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Maryland is the only pro- 
gram to advance to the 
NCAA Elite Eight in each of 
the past two seasons. 

The Terps are one of just 
seven schools to appear in 
each of nine straight NCAA 
Tournaments since 1994. 

Maryland has won at 
least 25 games in each of 
the past four seasons. 

Maryland is 54-5 at home 
since 1999 (13-1, 15-1, 
11-3,15-0). 

~ Maryland played its final 
game at Cole Field House 
while clinching the ACC 
regular season title and 
completing an undefeated 
home schedule. 

Win streaks that are car- 
ried into Comcast Center: 
18 straight home wins; 10 
straight ACC home wins; 84 
consecutive non-conference 
home wins is the longest 
such streak in the country. 



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Clutch scorer 

with biggest games against 

biggest competition 

Terps are 82-25 with a 
national championship and 
two trips to the Final Four 
with Blake as their starting 
point guard 

Starter in 13 NCM 
Tournament games 

Maiyland's all-time assists 
leader has led the ACC in 
back-to-back seasons and can 
become the fourth player in 
NCM history to reach 1.000 

A\eraged 8.0 points and 7.' 
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8:00 pjn. 


Comcast 


Sun. 


Nov. 


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Miami (Ohio) 




5:00 pjn. 


ESPN2 


Wed. 


Nov. 


27 


The Citadel 




8:00 pjn. 


Comcast 


Sat. 


Nov. 


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Duquesne 




8:00 pjn. 


RJ 


Tue. 


Dec. 


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@ Indianapolis. Ind. 


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vs. Indiana 




9:00 p.m. 


ESPN 


Sat. 


Dec. 


7 


at BB&T Classic 














@ Washington, D.G. 


(MCI Center) 










George Washington 


vs. Texas 1:00 p.m. 


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Maryland vs. Notre Dame 


3:30 p.m. 


Raycom/Comcast 


Sun. 


Dec. 


8 


at BB&T Classic 














©Washington, D.C. 


(MCI Center) 










Consolation Game 




1:00 p.m. 


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Championship Game 


3:30 p.m. 


Raycom/Comcast 


Sat. 


Dec. 


14 


Florida 




2:00 pjn. 


CBS 


Mon. 


Dec. 


23 


UMBC 




8:00 pjn. 


Comcast 


Sun. 


Dec. 


29 • 


Georgia Tech 




5:30 pjn. 


FOX Sports Net 


Sat. 


Jan. 


4 


Wagner 




1:00 pjn. 


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Jan. 


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Loyola (Md.) 




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Feb. 


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Feb. 


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Feb. 


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Feb. 


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Feb. 


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Feb. 


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• North Carolina 




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EAST: Boston & Tampa 
south: Birmingham & Nashville 
MIDWEST Oklahoma City & Indianapolis 
west: Salt Lake City & Spokane 
Thu. -Sun. Mar. 27-30 NCAA Regionals CBS 

EAST Albany 
SOUTH: San Antonio 
iviiDWEST Minneapolis 
WEST: Anaheim 
NCAA Final Four CBS 



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@ New Orleans, La. (Louisiana Superdome) 



All dates and times subject to change: All times Eastern 

Home games played at Comcast Center (17,950) 

• Atlantic Coast Conference games 

All games broadcast on the Maryland Radio Network 

(Flagship stations - WBAL 1090-AM and WMAL 630-AM) 



TERPS ONLINE: umterps.com 
TICKET INFORMATION: 800-462-TERP or 301-314-7070 



TABLE 









CH4MPI0NS 



THIS IS ll^RVLWD BASKETBALL 

2002-03 Schedule I 

Terrapin Quick Facts 4 

Comcast Center 6 gjji^ 

National Champions 8 

(iary Williams Datebook 10 

Maryland Basketball Family 14 

Power Of The ACC 16 

Maryland And The Nation's Media Capital. . . 18 

The University of Maryland 20 

Ballimore, Washington. Annapolis 22 

(iameday! 24 

2002-03 SEASO\ PREVIEW 

Roster Informalion 26 

Season ['review 28 

Preseason Notebook And Honors 31 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach Gary Williams 34 

Assistant Coach Dave Dickerson 42 

Assistant Coach Jimmy Fatsos 44 

Assistant Coach Matt Kovarik 46 

Director of Operations Troy Wain\wight 48 

Men's Basketball Support Staff 49 

TERRAPIN PROFILES 

; Steve Blake 52 

iTahjHolden 55 

Calvin McCall 58 ^, 

Drew Nicholas 60 

Ryan Randle 63 

Andre Collins 65 

Mike Grinnon 67 

Nik Caner-Medley 69 

Travis Garrison 70' 

John Gilchrist 71 

Darien Henry 72 

Chris McCray 73 

Jamar Smith 74 

\CC & OPPO\E\TS 

About the Atlantic Coast Conference 76 

ACC & NCAA Tournament Brackets 77 

ACC Composite Schedule 78 

The Citadel, Clemson 80 

Duke, DuQuesne 81 

Florida, Florida State 82 

George Washington, Georgia Tech 83 

Hampton, Indiana 84 

Loyola, Miami (Ohio) 85 

North Carolina, NC State 86 

Notre Dame, Texas 87 

IIMBC, Virginia 88 

Wagner, Wake Forest 89 

BB&T Classic 90 




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2002-03 Maryland Basketball 
llcdia Guide Credits ^ ' 



The 2002-03 University of Maryland Men's Basketball 

Media Guide was published by the Maryland athletic media '"1 

relations office with the intent to serve all media and follow- '^ 

ers of Terrapin basketball. Additional copies may be pur- ;"- 

chased for $15. Mail orders should include $3 for postage '';_' 

and handling, Q^ 

The guide was written and edited by Kevin Messenger, 

associate media relations director with assistance from Mark fl 
Fratto and Meredith Traber Layout and design by Jason 

Yellin, publications coordinator and assistant media relations ("^ 

director Editorial assistance by Dave Haglund. ':' 

Research and compilation assistance by Alissa Clendenen, ; "i- 
Sean O'Connor Shaili Shah, Mary Smith, Chns Stuchko, 

Mitch Tischler Chelsey Trowbridge and Andy Warner (^ 

Photography by David Buchanan/Diamondback, Dave 

Chnstianson, John Consoli, John Cordes, Lisa Helfert, ^^l^ 

Robert L. Knudsen, Mitchell Layton, Mason Levinson/ j' 

Bloomberg l\lews, Doug Pensinger Bruce L, Schwartzman, ~1 

Devin Shieh, Phil Straw, John Strohsacker Bill Vaughan, Bill '^ 

Welch and NBA Properties. • "^ 



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Cover photos courtesy of Bill Vaughan and Bruce L. 
Schwartzman, Cover design by John Schaffhausen 

The University of IVIaryland is an equal opportunity institu- 
tion w/ith 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 treat- 
ment or employment in, its programs and activities as 
required by federal (Title VI, Title IX, Section 504) and state 
lavi/s and regulations. Inquiries regarding compliance w/ith 
Title Vl 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 requirements 
should be directed to the Office of Human Relations, 1107 
Hornbake Library, University of IVIaryland, College Park, Md. 
20742; telephone— 301-405-2838. Inquiries concerning the 
application of Section 504 and Part 34 of the C.F.R. to the 
University of Maryland, College Park, may be directed to the 
Director, Disabled Student Services, 0126 Shoemaker Hall, 
University of Maryland, College Park, Md. 20742; telephone; 
301-314-7862 (voice) or 301-314-7683 (HY). 



2001-02 SEASON REVIEW 

Review Nnlobook 92 

2002 Final Re.sults, Attendance. Lineups .... 94 

2002 Final StatisLlcs: Overall. .ACC. NCAA ... 95 fiq^^^^^^H i' 

Statistics And Superlatives 96 

ACC Stats. Standings, Honors 99 BH^^^^^H ■•n^--^ i 

Regular Season Game Recaps 101 ^^]^^^H ^i \ 

Final Game at Cole Field House 109 ■! 

.ACC Tournament Game Recaps 110 ^^ 

NCAA 1st & 2nd Round Game Recaps Ill 

NCM East Regional Recaps 112 

Kansas Game Recap: NCA.'X Semifinal 113 

Indiana Game Recap: NCAA Championship. .114 

THE RECORD BOOK 

Year-by-Year Finishes 116 

Coaching History. Arena History 117 

History In The Polls 118 ^^_ „ 

Individual Records And Leaders 120 ^^^^ 

Class Records 1 26 . 

Annual Statistical Leaders 128 ^ M^^^^HiS I 

Team Records 130 ' 

Maryland Yea^by-Year Statistics 1 34 

Opponent Year-by-Year Statistics 135 ^^^^^^^ 

Year-by-Year Results 136 v| ^^^^^f f ^ 

Series Records 142 

Series Results 143 

Regular Season Tournament History 149 

ACC Tournament History 150 

Postseason Tournament History 152 

NCAA Tournament Records 153 

HONORS & HISTORY ..^^ 

Teams of Ti'adition 1 58 ^H' -^^^^^F^WW^^ 

2002 National Champions 164 ^b ^^ s 

All-Americans 165 

Honored Jerseys 1 69 

Award Winners 1 70 

All-Time Roster 172 

■\I1-Time Statistics 174 

Cole Field House 177 

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TERPS 1\ THE ^BA Selected Fouilh In \alion 

Terps In The NBA Draft, Lottery History 180 I 

Terps Draft History, Williams Draft History .181 > Citation jfor e.xtflltntf 3n $)iililications 

Ttrps In The NBA 182 j c„iw.s,«.,i,inU„„h„.,i).r.a„r,„(A™n., 

Terps As Pro Coaches. Current NBA Roster , . 184 | ,.„„,,„.., K....M~rZ!:i'I.Mj,.io.i.,.™(iro„ 

liMIVERSITV & ATHLETICS I ».:';L'i'=:;;i::"i;l. 

DFPARTMFIMT I jrounMiniiijp/iatioii 

iniversity of Maryland 186 i jc„i,„.«.i..^».v.i,n..u....^,A,»o 

Distinguished Alumni 188 | ■1_ ~^M<^P 

President CD. Mote, Jr 189 | s^^s £jCL 

Athletics Director Deborah Yow 190 i "' "-"•■- 

Athletics Administration ... 192 :] ^^^^ ,001-02 Maryland men'rbS^ll 

Academic Support & Career Development , . 194 s ^^^.^^ ^^^^^ ^^^ ^p,^,,,^^ ^^ ^^^ (^^,,(|,. 

Undergraduate Programs of Study 196 | best media guide in the country last 

Sports Medicine 197 | season, as chosen by the College Sports 

Strength & Conditioning 198 ;^ Information Directors of America. One of 

Terrapin Club. M Club 199 | 16 such citations by the Terps' media 

Athletics Directory. Coaching Directory 201 3 relations oflice last year the men's 

Terps On The Air 204 I basketball guide by Kevin Messenger and 

Coverin" The Terps 205 ^ ''3*"" ^'^"'^ i'*^''^ i^'fri ni*"'''' 3S the best 

Media Information. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'. '.'.m, | ^uide in District 2 for the second 

T\./Radio Chart 208 ^ <™^''™"^'' vear 




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The defending 
national ciiampipni 
Terrapins are a 
consensus Top 
20 pick to start 
the 2002-03 
season, 
bolstered by 
five seniors 
and a top-five 
recruiting 
class. 



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to participate in 
each of the last 
nine NCAA 
Tournaments. 



Already among 

national leaders in 

attendance annually, 

the Terps now will play 

before nearly 18,000 

fans each game at the 

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All-America 
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entering his senior 
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lnherNit> Inrormalion 



LOCATION 

CONFERENCE 

ENROLLMENT 

FOUNDED 

COLORS: 

NICKNAME 

ARENA (CAPACITY) 

PRESIDENT 

ATHLETICS DIRECTOR 

Basketball Inrormation 



College Park, Md, 

Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) 

34,160 

1807 

Red. While, Black, Gold 

Terrapins, Terps 

Comcast Center (17,950) 

Dr. CD. Mote. Jr. (California '59) 

Deborali A, Yovv (Elon 74) 



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ASSISTANT COACH 



ASSISTANT COACH 



ASSISTANT COACH 



HEAD COACH Garv Williams (Maryland '68) 

481-271, ,640 
(25th season) 
274-143. .657 
(I4lh season) 
Da\e Dickerson 
(Maryland '90) 7th season 
Jimmy Patsos 
(Catholic '89) 1 2th season 
Matt Kovarik 
(Maryland '98) 2nd season 

DIRECTOR, BASKETBALL OPERATIONS TfOy WalnUTlght 

(Maryland '90) 7th season 
2001-02 FINAL RECORD 32-4 (National Champions) 

2001-02 ACC RECORD 15-1 (Rcgulap Season Champions) 
2001-02 FINAL RANKINGS I st USA Today/ESPN, 4th AP 

2001-02 POSTSEASON RESULTS 

i\CAA \ATio\AL ciiAMPioxs (def. Slcna, 85-70; def. 
Wisconsin, 87-57; def. Kentucky 78-68; def. Connecticut. 
90-82; def. Kansas. 97-88; def. Indiana, 64-52) 



LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST 7/5 

STARTERS RETURNING/LOST 1/4 

NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES (19) 

1958. 1973. 1975, 1980, 1981. 1983. 
1988. 1994, 1995. 1996, 1997, 1998, 
2002 

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS (1) 
FINAL FOURS (2) 
FINAL EIGHTS (4) 
SWEET SIXTEENS (12) 

1958. 1973. 1975. 1980. 1984. 1985. 1994. 1995. 1998. 
1999.2001.2002 

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1984. 1985. 1986. 
1999,2000.2001. 

2002 

2001.2002 

1973. 1975.2001.2002 



ASSOC. A.D./MEDIA RELATIONS 
ASSOC. SID/MEN'S BASKETBALL 
MKSSEXGER'S OFFICE PHO\E 
MESSE\CER'S HOME PHONE 
MESSENGER'S EMAIL 
ASST. SID/MEN'S BASKETBALL 
FRXTTO'S OFFICE PHONE 
FRXTTO'S HOME PHONE 
FRATTO S EMAIL 



Dave Haglund 

Kevin Messenger 

301-314-7066 

301-474-9555 

kmess@wam.umd.edu 

Mark Fratto 

301-314-8052 

301-779-7619 

fratto@vvam.umd.edu 
301-314-7064 
301-314-9094 



MEDIA RELATIONS PHONE 

MEDIA RELATIONS FAX 

COMCAST CENTER COURTSIDE PRESS PHONE 

301-314-8624 

PO. Bo.x 295 

CollegePark.Md. 20741-0295 

Comcast Center #2725 

CollegePark.Md. 20741 

WEBSITE wwvvumterps.com 



MAILING ADDRESS 



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Maryland's new student activities building 
and liome of Maryland Athletics was 
completed in fall 2002. The Comcast Center 
provides a seating capacity of 17,950 fans for 
basketball, and will serve as a campus site 
for university special events and select 
community events. 

The Terrapins' first public event for 
basketball was its annual Midnight Madness 
celebration, followed by exhibition and regular ^■■| 
season opening games for the men's and 
women's teams during November. 

Comcast Center houses the university's 
athletics administration offices and includes a 
7,000-square-foot Academic Support Center, 
providing an enhanced study atmosphere for 
the school's nearly-700 student-athletes on 25 
teams. An additional 1,500-seat g>Tn serves as 
home to the Terps' volleyball, gymnastics and 
wrestling teams, and the Nextel Heritage Hall 
multi-purpose room (capacity 400) is equipped 
to host banquets, press conferences, large 
meetings and serve as a pre-game restaurant 
suite overlooking the competition arena. 

Twenty suites provide enhanced viewing 
and entertainment capabilities for 
Maryland fans. Maryland's student ^^ ^ 
seating capacity accommodates ■ f'M'^^l^ll A A 

4,000, with students ringing the first ^ ^^T F F 
10 rows around the floor and a ^^*— ^ 

majority of seats on the arena's west wall. 

Comcast Center is 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 soaring three-level 
atrium lobby, allows visitors to outfit their 
pride. Maryland has once again reclaimed the 
status of having the best student 
activities center and athletics home 
in the country. 




Among University 
land State officials on 
hand for ttie arena's 
Igrand opening on Oct. 
10 were Athletics 
Director Deborah Yow, 
University President 
^.D. IVIote, Jr., Maryland 
Governor Parrls 
iilendening and Maryland 
State Senator Mike Miller. 
Testudo helped the 
dignitaries and invited 
guests while opening the 
building with a 
formal ribbon- 
cutting 
ceremony. 




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locker rooms are decked with 

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room, a team lounge, coaches 

locker rooms and adjoining 

training facilities. 



center 



The NABC/Sears 
National Championship 
Trophy is on display to 
greet visitors to Comcast 
Center at the building's 
main entrance. 



A fully-stocked, 
merchandise store greels 
visitors in Comcast 
Center's main lobby, 
directly opposite the 
Walk of Fame and 
History. 



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Arena Compurisons 




COMCAST CENTER (OCTOBER 2002) 

17.950 



CAPACITY 

TOTAL SQUARE FEET 

ON-SITE PARKING 

SEATS FOR THE DISABLED 

RESTROOMS 

CONCESSION STANDS 

LUXURY SUITES 

BUILDING SITE 

HERITAGE HALL 

AUXILIARY COMPETITION 

& PRACTICE VENUE Ycs (capacjty 1 .500) None 

TERPS MERCHANDISE STORE YCS NOHe 

'WITHIN AN EIGHT-MINUTE WALK 

Comcast Center Hmeline 



COLE FIELD HOUSE (1955-2002) 

14.500 



440.000 

6.000* 

170 

37 

12 

20 

On Campus On Campus 
Yes (capaeity 400) None 




GRAND OPENING: OCtObeP 10. 2002 

FIRST PUBLIC EVENT: Midiiigtit Madness - October 1 1 . 2002 
FIRST MEN'S BASKETBALL EXHIBITION GAME: Nov. 12. 2002 VS. Maplem Globetrotters 

(7 p.m.. ESPN2) 

FIRST MEN'S BASKETBALL REGULAR SEASON GAME: NOV. 24. 2002 VS. Miami (OhlO) 

(5 p.m.. ESPN2) 



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Maryland is just the fourth Division I institution and the first ^| 

from the ACC to claim an NCAA championship in basketball ^^ 

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fe Terps' 32 victories broke tlie 
Maryland record for wins in a season. 
The Terps became the 15th team in 
ACC history to win 30 games. 






NCAA Final Four MVP 
Ipuan Dixon had 155 points in 
the 2002 tourney, the ninth- 
highest figure in tournament 
history. His five steals against 
Indiana were the most in a 
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is the highest-scoring tandem 

(4,127 points) in NCAA history 

to win a national championship. 

They are the 12th-highest 

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became the first coach to lead his alma mater 

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1989-90 



'JUNE 13, 1989- Named Maryland's 
seventh head coach. He becomes only the 
second former Terp player to be named 
head coach. [i] 

: NOV. 25, 1989 - Defeated Delaware State, 
87-53, in his first game as head coach. 

JAN. 4, 1990 - Defeated Wake Forest, 88-82, 
in his first ACC game as Maryland's coach. 

JAN. 10, 1990 - Defeated North Carolina, 
98-88, to gain his first victory over a ranked 
team as Maryland's coach. [2] 

■ MARCH 15, 1990 - Defeated Massachusetts, 
91-81 , in the first round of the NIT at Cole 
Field House. Williams becomes the first 
Maryland coach to take a team to the post- 
season in his first season. 



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: 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 at Madison 
Square Garden. [3] 





1991-92 



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

JUNE 24, 1992 - All-Amehcan Walt Williams 
selected as the No. 7 overall pick in the 1992 
NBA Draft by the Sacramento Kings. [4] 



1992-93 



: JAN. 19, 1993 - Defeated No. 12 Oklahoma, 
89-78, at Baltimore Arena. 



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NOV. 26, 1993 - Defeated No. 15 

Georgetown in overtime, 84-83, at 

USAir Arena. 
JAN. 17, 1994 - Ranked No. 25 in 

the weekly AP poll, marking 

Maryland's first appearance in the 

national poll since 1985. [5] 
MARCH 13, 1994 - Maryland named 

to the NCAA Tournament for the first 

time since 1988, earning a 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 
jusetts, 95-87, in the biggest upset 
ofthe 1994 NCAA Tourna- 

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first time since 1985. [6] 



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NOV. 7, 1994 - Signed a seven-year 
contract extension. 
DEC. 26, 1994 - Ranl<ed No. 9 in ttie 
weel<ly AP Poll to mark the Terps' first top 
10 ranking since 1984. [7] 
FEB. 7, 1995 - Defeated No. 1 North Carolina, 
86-73, for his first win as Maryland's coach 
over the nation's top-ranked team. 
MARCH 13, 1995 - No. 10 final AP rankings 
is Terps' first top 10 ranking in a final poll 
since 1980. 
MARCH 18, 1995 - Defeated Texas, 82-68, 
to advance to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen for 
the second consecutive season. [8] 



1993-96 



JUNE 28, 1995 - National Player of the Year 
selection Joe Smith selected as the No. 1 
overall pick in the 1995 NBA Draft in 
Toronto. [9] 

MARCH 11,1 996 - Maryland named to the 
NCAA Tournament for the third consecutive 
season. 



1996-97 



« MARCH 9, 1997 - Maryland named to the 
NCAA Tournament for the fourth consecutive 
season. 



1997-98 



JAN. 14, 1998 - Defeated No. 1 North 
Carolina in OT 89-83, for his second victory 
over a top-ranked opponent. [io] 

MARCH 8, 1998 - 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 for the third 
time in five years. [ii] 



1998-99 



NOV. 28, 1998 - Defeated Pittsburgh, 
87-52, to win the prestigious Puerto Rico 
Shootout. [12] 

MARCH 7, 1999 - Named to the NCAA 
Tournament for the sixth consecutive 
season, earning a No. 2 seed in the South 
Region to match Maryland's highest NCAA 
Tournament seed in history. 

MARCH 13, 1999- Defeated Creighton, 75- 
63, to advance to the Sweet Sixteen for the 
fourth time in six years. 

JUNE 30, 1999 - Second-team Ail-American 
Steve Francis selected as the second pick of 
the 1999 NBA Draft. Obinna Ekezie and 
Laron Profit were selected in the second 
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DEC. 1 1, 1999 - Defeated No. 22 Kentuc^, 
72-66, to earn tiis 200th victory # 

while coaching at Maryland. 

FEB. 9, 2000 - Terps upend 
Duke at Cameron Indoor 
Stadium, 98-87, to snap the Devils' 
1 8-game win streak which was then the 
longest in the country. The win also ended 
Duke's 46-game win streak at Cameron, and 
an ACC-record 31 -game regular season 
conference win streak. 

MARCH 1, 2000 - Defeated Florida State, 
85-70, to stretch its ACC win streak to nine' 
games and establish a new Terrapin record^ 

MARCH 12, 2000 - Advanced to its first 
ACC Tournament final since 1984, and laten 
named a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Midwest 
Region. [1] 



2000-01 



NOV. 6, 2000 - Earned its highest preseason 

ranking ever under Gary Williams, No. 5 by 

the Associated Press. [2] 
FEB. 27, 2001 - Terps avenged a 

bitter home loss with a 91-80 road 

win at Duke. 

MARCH 3, 2001 - Regular season 
concluded with a 35-point home win 
over rival Virginia, the largest win in 
series history. 

MARCH 11, 2001 - Earned its eighth 
consecutive bid to the NCAA Tournament, 
a No. 3 seed in the West Region. 

MARCH 22, 2001 - A 76-66 Win over 
Georgetown sends Maryland to the Elite 
Eight for the first time since 1 975. 

MARCH 24, 2001 - An 87-73 win over top- 
seeded Stanford catapults Maryland to a 
West Region title and the Terps' first Final 
Four Lonny Baxter is named the regional's 
Most Outstanding Player. [3] 

MARCH 31, 2001 - Maryland is joined by 
Arizona, Duke and Michigan State at the 
2001 Final Four in Minneapolis. [4] 

APRIL 4, 2001 - The USA Today/ESPN 
national coaches poll ranked Maryland 
No. 4 in its final ranking, matching the 
highest final ranking in Terrapin history. 

MAY 23, 2001 - Williams inks a 
contract extension that will keep him 
at his alma mater through the 2007- 
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MARCH 3, 2002 - In the final game ever 
' played at Cole Field House, Terps beat 
Virginia 11 2-92 to clinch their first ACC 
regular season crown since 1980, and 
complete a 15-0 home season. 
^ MARCH 10, 2002 - Earned the highest 
NCAA Tournament seed in history, drawing a 
ninth-straight NCAA bid with a No. 1 seed in 
the East Region. 
MARCH 1 1 , 2002 - Williams earned his first 

selection as the ACC's Coach of the Year. 
MARCH 12, 2002 - Shooting guard Juan 
Dixon was honored as AP first team All- 
American and the ACC's Player of the Year. 

MARCH 17, 2002 -Terps dismantle 
Wisconsin at MCI Center, 87-57, to advance 
to their sixth Sweet Sixteen in nine 

seasons. In the same game, Juan 
Dixon became the school's all-time 
I scoring leader. 



MARCH 22, 2002 - Defeated Kentucky, 
78-68, to reach the NCAA's Elite Eight. 

MARCH 24, 2002 - Outlasted Connecticut, 
90-82, to reach the Final Four for a second 
consecutive season. Lonny Baxter became 
the 10th player in history to earn Regional 
MVP honors a second time. [5] 

MARCH 30, 2002 - Defeated Kansas, 97-88, 
to advance to the school's first-ever 
championship game. [6] 

APRIL 1, 2002 - Defeated Indiana, 64-52, to 
claim Terps' first national title in history. [7] 

APRIL 2, 2002 - Williams accepts the Sears 
Trophy and celebrates the school's first No. 
1 ranking in history, by USA Today/ESPN. 
Later in the same day, over 10,000 fans 
greeted the champion Terps at a victory 
celebration at Cole Field House. 

APRIL 20, 2002 - Juan Dixon was named 
the first-ever recipient of the Senior CLASS 
Award, initiated by Dick Enberg and the 
Kansas City Club. 

MAY 16, 2002 - Honored with the Winged 
Foot Award as the coach of the national 
champions at a formal dinner hosted by the 
New York Athletic Club. [8] 

MAY 21, 2002 - Tcrps Were welcomed at 
the White House by President George W. 
Bush. [9] 

JUNE 26, 2002 - Chris Wilcox was taken as 
the eighth selection in the 2002 NBA draft, 
chosen by the Los Angeles Clippers. Dixon 
was chosen by the Washington Wizards with 
the 17th selection, marking the first time 
since 1981 that two Maryland players were 
selected in the first round of the NBA draft. 

JUNE 29, 2002 - Accepted the Victor Award 
in Las Vegas, recognizing college 
basketball's coach of the year as voted by 
the National Academy of Sports Editors. 

OCTOBER 2002 - "Sweet Redemption" hits 
bookstands. It is the Gary Williams 
autobiography as told with award-winning 
author David A, Vise. 





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Fdpmer men's basketball players are among the most devotee! followers of the 
Maryland basketball program, and continue their involvement each \ear through 
various events including an alumni game and banquet during Midnight Madness 
festivities and a golf outing w ith Gary W illiams. 

Among the participants who returned for the 200 1 and 2002 Midnight Madness 
celebrations were: Mike Anderson. Jeff Baxter. Adrian Branch. Neil Brayton. Wayne 
Bristol. I^amn Cephas. Bob Cutler. Da\e Dickerson. Max Ktienne. Norman Fields. 
Ernie Graham. Jerry Greenspan. Joe Harrington. Mo Howard. Speedy Jones. Donny 
judd. Matt Kaluzienski. Mitch Kasoff. Matt Ko\arik. Cedric Lewis. Tom McMilien. 
Dutch Morle\. Jim O'Brien. Tom Roy. kurtis Shultz. Duane Simpkins. Jim Spiro. 
Terrell Stokes, Stan Swetnam, Mike Thibeault. Jap Trimble and Lubo Zizakovic. 



FRWCIS LEVDS A HWD 

In 1999. 1 niversity of Maryland students slept in sleeping bags around the floors 
of (]ole Field House in order to get tickets to watch Steve Francis and his Terrapin 
teammates play college basketball. 

Two years later, many of those same students were temporarily without a home 
following the Sept. 24. 2001. tornado that swept through the Maryland campus, but 
Francis was on hand to lend a helping hand. 

Francis, a college Ail-American in 1999 and the NBA (^o-Rookie of the Year in 2000. ■'■ 

was on campus that Monday allernoon at the time the tornado ripped the (College Park 
campus. He was on the floor at Cole Field House plaxing pick-up basketball with several meml)ers of the Maryland 

basketball team, when at 5:20 p.m. the twister roared past Cole and thrciugli the northwest 
quadrant of the campus. 

Three days later, the Houston Rockets point guard did his part to aid in local relief 
efforts by offering a free meal to the approximately 700 students who reside in the 
1 niversity Courtyard apartments, which had been rendered as unsafe after the disaster. 
Residents of the Courtyards, essentially homeless for that period, were living in hotels: 
on cots at the Campus Recreation Center: with family: or on floors or couches belonging 
to other friends and students. Most of the students, juniors and seniors, were Maryland 
students while Francis led the Terps as high as a No. 2 ranking in 1998-99. 

About I ID students got woixl of Francis' dinner and were in attendance at the IM Golf 
Course banquet facility. They were treated to a full-course meal w ith barbeque chicken as 
the entree, and ice cream sundaes for dessert. Francis, who joined the gmup for dinner. 
said in a few remarks that he remembered people supporting him while he was a Marvland 
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 da\. 
Francis continues to he an annual contributor at the (Jary Williams Basketball Camp, 
and last year returned to (lole Field Mouse prior to the Maryland vs. Duke game to have 
his jersev honored. 





The Terps 
basketball staff 
and former Maryland 
All-Americans 
Len Elmore and 
Tom McMlllen 
helped celebrate 
Gary Williams' 
acceptance of the 
Winged Foot Award 
as presented by the 
New York Athletic Club 
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PAST WD PRESEVT 

Alums iind loiifilinic IririHls of the program are 
oflrii found coming l)ack to tlu' universit>, whether 
for games or celebrations, or for the annual summer 
golf outings hosted by Gary Williams and his staff. A 
Icrrapin alum himself, Williams has fre(|ueutly wel- 
comed former teammates and coaches. Among the 
notable participants at the 2002 golf outings were 
• 1 950s All-American and former NBA coach and gener- 
al manager Gene Shue; former Maryland player and 
coach Billy ilahu; former Williams teammate and coach- 
ing partner Joe Harrington: and former Williams coach 
BudMillikan. 
Many of those same alums and former Ail-Americans played a large part in the 
closing ceremony of Cole Field House last March. Mlllikan was one of the special 
guests for the evening, re-uniting the former 17-year head coach of the Terps 
with his prized student. Gary Williams. Millikan's teams opened 
Gole during the 1950s. The Williams-Millikan 
combination helped close the olg^ 
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EDICATIO^ 

Three of Maryland's four 
seniors in 2002 were on 
track to graduate while par- 
ticipating in NBA camps dur- 
ing spring and summer. The 
fourth. Earl Badu, has been 
accepted to law school. Juan Di.xon, Lonny Baxter and Byron 
Mouton all are within two semesters of graduation. 

Two of three Maryland seniors walked through graduation 
ceremonies in May 2001. and the third, Terence Morris, was on 
track to graduate after being drafted in the second round of the 
NBA draft last June, 

From 1999 to 2001, the Terps have had eight players com- 
plete their college eligibility. Four have graduated (l.aRon 
Cephas, Matt Hahn, Mike Mardcsich, Laron Profit), a fifth 
(Obinna Ekezie) is pursuing a double major in engineering and 
business while playing the past two seasons in the NBA, and 
two others from the Terps' 1 999 Sweet Sixteen squad - Steve 
Francis and Terrell Stokes - were enrolled in classes during 
summer 2001 and 2002 to complete their degrees. 

Maryland student-athletes all work toward comple- 
tion of their college degrees with the assistance of 
academic counselor Melvin Robinson and the 
Academic Support and Career Development Unit. 



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The Maryland baskett)all learn flies charter airpli 
every game on its schedule. Pictured is a 50-passenger aircraft which 
transports the Terps from city to city throughout the season. This 
regional jet features two-by-lwo seating with no middle seats, and is 
the quietest flying jet in the world. It can cruise at 530 mph and up to 
41.000 feet 

Charter flights make getting to. and coming back from, any desti- 
nation easy and comfortable. This type of travel allows the Terps to 
be on campus and in class as much as possible, and overnight stays 
are minimized. The convenience and comfort of charter airplane 
travel allows for convenient, efficient, freipieiH service as well as 
maximized practice and study time. 





The ACC has been the top rated conference in four of the past 
seven years accordhig to the RPI Rating, After ranl^ing first for three 
consecutive seasons (1996-98) the ACC ranked second in 1999, third 
in 2000 and second in 2002. 

ACC !M0. I i\ THE ASSOCLVTED PRESS POLL 

There have been 834 Associated Press polls since the first on Jan, 
20, 1949. The ACC, despite annually having the country's smallest 
membership total, is the most ranked conference in the nation with 
2,420 listings. 

AP POLL REFLECTS ACC STRE\GTH 

0\'er the last five 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. .ACC teams ranked since 1998: Duke (92 of 92 
polls). Maryland (84), North Carolina (67), Wake Forest (40), Virginia 
(34), Clemson (17), Florida State (8). .NC Stale (3), Georgia Tech (2). 

With .Maryland's No. 1 ranking in the final I SA Today/ESPN poll in 
2002, the ACC became the first conference in history to haw two dif- 
ferent teams finish the season ranked No, I in the two major polls. 

\CC IWPRECEDE!\TED l\ TIIE ASSOCIATED PRESS POLL 

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

The ACC reached unprecedented success in the AP poll in 2000- 

1 . with fl\e different teams 
ranked in the fop 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 
\P poll in 20 of the last 23 
\ears. 




In terms of success, the ACC is unri\aied in the history of the NCAA 
Tournament. The nine current league teams have posted an NCAuA 
Tournament mark of 296-150, for a winning pereentage of .664. 

- The ACC is the only Division I conference where each member institu- 
tion has a winning record in NC,A.A Tournament competition. 

■ Since 1 985 w hen the NC.^.'V Tournament field was expanded to accom- 
modate 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 NCA-V Tournament a record 21 
times. 

- ACC teams have defeated a record 22 No. 1 seeds including Maryland's 
87-73 win over Stanford in 2001 , and its 97-88 win over Kansas in 
2002, 

- ACC teams have captured five of the last 12 NCAA titles and seven of 
the last 21, 

- Over the last 1 5 years, ACC teams have made more Final Four appear- 
ances than any other conference. Since 1988, the ACC has made 17 
Final Four appearances while the Big Ten is second with 1 2 Final Four 
teams, 

■ The ACC is the only conference to have had at least one team in the 
Final Four in each of the last sLx years, 

- The ACC has had at least one team in the Final Four in 14 of the last 
15 years. Over that span, the Big Ten has had a Final Four team eight 
times while the SEC is third with a Final Four team se\en times, 

■ The ,ACC has had at least two teams w in a minimum of one NC.\.A 
Tournament game in 13 straight years, and in 17 of the last 18 NCA.A 
Tournaments. 

■ The ACC has placed at least one team in a regional final for 23 consec- 
utive years and 29 of the last 31 years, Tlie ACC has twice had three 
teams in regional finals during the same year, and two teams 13 times. 

" Since 1985, ACC teams have accomplished the following in M].\.\ 
Tournament pla>: 

— Most NCM Tournament victories (184) 

— Most Sweet Sixteen appearances (5 1 ) 

— Most regional final appearances (29) 

— Most Final Four appearances (18) 

— Most NCAA titles (5) 




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Atlantic Coast Conference teams" 

headline the leagues 2002-03 mens 

basketball schedule. The schedule boasts a record-high 231 TV 

appearances by ACC teams and marks the eighth straight year 

that the league has had more than 200 television appearances. 

The ACC boasts an all-time high 135 appearances on national 
television networks in 2002-03. including 52 appearances on 
ESPN. 33 on Fox Sports Net, 29 on ESPN2, 1 1 on CBS and 10 
on ABC. 

Seventj^ of the league's 72 regular season conference games 
this season, including 42 on national television networks are 
scheduled to be televised. 

For the second straight year, Fox Sports Net will televise 19 
games on a national basis this season, on 15 consecutive 
Sundays starting on December 1 . 

Three of the regional sports networks headquartered in the 
ACC region - Comcast SportsNet. Fox Sport Net South and 
the Sunshine Network - will broadcast another 29 games. 
including 10 conference match-ups. 

In 1998-99. the ACC became the first conference in collegiate 
basketball history to have its entire conference-game package televised 
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nation's fourth-largpst media mark^ 

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

USA Today, the nation's newspaper, is 
headquartered less than 20 miles from 
Comcast Center. 

The Maryland Terrapin radio network, 
which can be heard from Maine to Florida, 

boasts one of the largest coverage 
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history, every one of the Terps' 29 
preseason and regular _ 
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affiliate in both Baltimore and 
Washington, D.C. No university 
in the East boasts eight major 
news outlets within a 35-mile 
radius of its campus - except 
for the University of Maryland. 

Regional cable broadcast 

power Comcast SportsNet 

helps provide the Terps with a 

TV news presence that is unmatched in 

college basketball. 

ACC basketball will receive extensive live 
television coverage during the 2002-03 
season, with ABC, CBS, FOX and 
ESPN/ESPN2 combining for over 135 
national telecasts. Counting regional 
telecasts, a record 231 ACC basketball 
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ESPN, which originated its first-ever 
sports broadcast from the University of 
Maryland in 1979, has been a regular 
visitor to College Park. ESPN2 will carry 
the first game ever televised at Comcast 
Center when it airs the defending 
champs' exhibition opener with the 
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There is no better place to be than the University of Maiyland 
College Park. With its top-ranked academic programs, 
nationally recognized faculty, diverse population, and lush 
1,580-acre campus located between Washington, D.C.. and 
Baltimore. Md., it's no wonder the Universit>' 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 & Wbrld Report 
undergraduate rankings. University of Maryland's 
business school was rated 16th nationally while the 
engineering school was ranked 26th. In graduate school 
rankings, the A. James Clark School of Engineering, the School 
Public Affairs, the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, tf 
College of Computer, Mathematical and Physical Sciences, and 
College of Education all ranked in the top 25, according to U.S. 
& World Report. 

High tech, engineering, and service industries thrive in close 
proximity to the campus, offering a wide spectrum of internships 
work-study opportunities and career choices for students. And 
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. 

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the University of Maryland. College Park. 




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In its first-ever ranking 
^ of intercollegiate atiiietic 
programs, U.S. News & 
World Report named the 
University of Maryland's 
athletic program to its Top 
20 Honor Roll last March. 
The Honor Roll was 
compiled based on an 
evaluation of data from all 
321 NCAA Division I 
institutions for the 2000- 
1^001 academic year. 

The Honor Roll 
recognizes institutions 
'^^ that did well across 
several categories, 
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waterfronts, monumental 
landscapes. Jazz, film 
festivals, marches and 
demonstrations. Shopping, 
professional sports, regattas 
on the Chesapeake Bay. Not 
just one city, but three. Not 
just any city, but the nation's 
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The nation's capital and its major attractions are within 10 
miles of Comcast Center. And the highly efficient Metro rail 
system, with a station at the campus doorstep, makes navigat- 
ing the greater Washington, D.C. area easy. Campus shuttle 
buses ser\e the College Park Metro station, allowing easy 
access to one of the country's model transportation systems. 

BALTI^IORE 

The 12th largest city in the United States is often referred 
to as the "Charm Cit>'." Located just 35 miles north of the 
University of Maryland, its rejmenation 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. 

\\\APOLIS 

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 
knowTi for its wonderful eating and shopping opportunities. 
There are few places in the world that rival the Chesapeake 
Ba\ area for its appealing qualities 

C\>IPIS NEIGHBORS 

" Arlington National Cemetery 

- FDR Memorial 

■ Federal Bureau of Investigation 
■■ Ford's Theatre 
" Frederick Douglass 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 

- U.S.Capitol 
" Union Station 
" Vietnam Veterans Memorial 
" Washington Monument 
" Washington National Cathedral 
" WTiite House 



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ha\e become a loud and 
.boisterous experience wltii 
capacity crowds since Gary Williams 
look over as head coach for the 1 989- 
90 season. The Terrapins boast one of 
the most active and enthusiastic 
crowds in the country, which has 
helped carry the Maryland program to 
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Maryland has ranked lii the Top 20 among national attendance leaders 
for n\e straight seasons. After averaging 13.377 fans and ranking 20th 
in the country in 1998, the Terps set a school record with a 14,474 
average in 1999 while ranking 15th nationally. Last year. Maryland 
continued to draw capacity numbers by averaging 14,166 fans and 
ranking 17Ui. The Terps drew 14.058 fans and ranked 18th in 2001. 
For the past three seasons, the Terps have set school records and 
ranked in the top 10 nationally in overall attendance, home and away 
Maryland has eclipsed its own o\erall record in three straight seasons. 
and pla\ed before at least 400,000 fans in five consecutive seasons. 
Last season's national championship squad finished second in the 
country by placing in ln)nt of 623.898 fans overall - an a\ erage of 
better than 17.300 per game. In 2001. the Terps ranked seventh 
nationally by pla\ing in front of 528,916 fans overall. That figuro was up 
from a No. 10 ranking when the Terps played before a record 503,648 
fans in 2000. 

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 
leld House since the 1993-94 season. 
Over 1 .79 million people have watched men's basketball in College 
Park over the last nine seasons (13.793 average in 130 games) as 
the Terps have forged the longest non-conference home 
winning streak in the nation (84 games). 
The Terps ha\e a 114-16 home 
record (87.7 winning percentage) in 
the last nine seasons with perfec 
marks in 2002 (15-0) and 1995 (16-0). 
During (!ary W illiams' tenure as head 
roach, the Terps ha\e won at least 10 
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2002-03 Maryland }lens Baskelhall Mphahetical Roster 

\o. Name Pos. HI. Wl. Cl.-Kvp. 

23 Steve Blake G 6-3 172 Sr.-3V 

22 Nik Caner-Medley F 6-8 220 Fr.-HS 

2 Andre Collins G 5-9 160 So.-lV 

4 Travis Garrison F/C 6-8 234 Fr.-HS 

11 John Gilchrist G 6-3 190 Fr.-HS 
21 MikeGrinnon F 6-6 198 So.-lV 
20 Darien Henry F 6-6 202 So.-HS 
45 Tahi Holden F/C 6-10 270 Sr.-3V 

5 Calvin McCall G 6-3 210 Sr.-3V 
13 Chris McCray G 6-4 166 Fr.-HS 

12 Drew Nicholas G 6-3 165 Sr.-3\ 
33 RyanRandle F/C 6-9 255 Sr.-lV 

I Jamar Smith F/C 6-9 239 Jr.-JC 
Head Coaeh: Gary Williams (Maryland '68/1 4th season) 
Assislani Coach: Dave DIckerson (Maryland '90/7th season) 
.\ssistaiil Coach: Jimm\ I'atsos (Catholic ■H9/I2th season) 
Assistant Coach: Matt Koxarik (\lar\land '98/2nd season) 
Director of Baslietball Operations: Troy Waiinvright (Maryland '90/7th season) 

2002-03 Maijland Mens Baskelhall Xumerical Roster 

[\ame Pos. HI. «t. Cl.-E\p. 

Jamar Smith F/C 6-9 239 Jr.-JC 

Andre Collins G 5-9 160 So.-lV 

Travis Garrison F/C 6-8 234 Fr.-HS 

Calvin McCall G 6-3 210 Sr.-3V 

John Gilchrist G 6-3 190 Fr.-HS 

Drew Nicholas G 6-3 165 Sr.-3V 

Chris McCray G 6-4 166 Fr.-HS 

Darien Henry F 6-6 202 So.-HS 

MikeGrinnon F 6-6 198 So.-lV 

Nik Caner-Medley F 6-8 220 Fr.-HS 

Steve Blake G 6-3 172 Sr.-3V 

Ryan Handle F/C 6-9 255 Sr.-lV 

Tahi Holden F/C 6-10 270 Sr.-3V 

Head Coarh; (iar\ Williams (Mar\land 68/1 4th season) 

Assistant Coach: Dave Dickerson (Maryland ■9U/7th season) 

Assistant Coach: Jimm\ I'atsos (Catholic '89/l2th season) 

\ssistant (loach: Matt Kovarik (Maryland ■98/2nd season) 

Director of Basl\etball Operations: lYov Wainwright (Maryland ■9()/7lh season) 

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Homelonn (Hi^h School/Pre\ious School) 

.Miami Lakes, Fla. (Oak Hill (\a.) Academy) 

Portland. .Maine (Deering) 

Crisfield. Md. (Crlsfield/Hargrave Military) 

Suilland, Md. (DeMatha) 

\irsinia Beach. \a. (Salem) 

Huntington. N.V (St. Dominic) 

Roxbury, N.J. (Seton Hall I'rep) 

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

Orlando, Fla. (Dr. Phillips) 

Capital Heights, Md. (Fairmont Heights) 

Hempstead, N.V. (Long Island Lutheran) 

Duncanville. Texas (Duncanville/AlleganyCC) 

Sickler\ille. N.J. (Overbrook/Allegany CC) 



Hometonii (Hi^h School/Pre\1ous School) 

Sickler\1lle, N.J. (Overbrook/Allegany CC) 
Crisfield, Md. (Crisfield/Hargrave Military) 
Suilland. Md. (DeMatha) 
Orlando, Fla. (Dr. Phillips) 
Virginia Beach, \a. (Salem) 
Hempstead. NA. (Long island Lutheran) 
Capital Heights, Md. (Fairmont Heights) 
Roxbury N.J. (Seton Hall Prep) 
Huntington. N.V. (St. Dominic) 
Portland. .Maine (Deering) 
Miami Lakes, Fla. (Oak Hill (\a.) Academy) 
Duncanxille. Texas (Duri('an\ille/Allegany CC) 
Red Bank. N.J. (Red Bank Regional) 



Pronunciation 
Guide 

Nik Caner-itledley 
K.\\-nur-MED-1ee 



•fahj Holden 



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Matt Kovarili 



koh-\ARR-ick 



Jimmy Patsos 



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Players Returning/ljOSt 

Lettentinners Returning (7) 



IVo. \ame 


Vr. 


Pos. 


lit. 


Ht. 


25 Stexe BUike 


Sr. 


G 


6-3 


172 


2 Andre Collins 


So. 


G 


5-9 


160 


21 Mike (Irinnnn 


So. 


F 


6-6 


198 


43 Talii llolilcn 


Sr. 


F/C 


6-10 


270 


1 1 Cahin MrCall 


Sr. 


G 


6-3 


210 


12 Drew Nicholas 


Sr. 


G 


6-3 


165 


33 Ryan Randle 


Sr. 


F/C 


6-9 


255 


Lettentinners Lost (S) 










\o. \ame 


Vr. 


Pos. 


III. 


Wt. 


A Earl Badu 


Sr. 


G 


6-0 


160 


35 Lonny Baxter 


Sr. 


F/C 


6-8 


260 


3 Juan DLxon 


Sr. 


G 


6-3 


164 


1 B>Ton Mouton 


Sr. 


G/F 


6-6 


215 


54 Chris Wilrox 


So. 


F/C 


6-10 


210 


\encomers (6) 










l\o. Mame 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wl. 


22 Nik Caner-Medley 


Fr. 


F 


6-8 


220 


4 Travis Garrison 


Fr. 


F/C 


6-8 


234 


1 1 John Gilchrist 


Fr. 


G 


6-3 


190 


20 Darien Henry 


So. 


F 


6-6 


202 


13 Chris McCray 


Fr. 


G 


6-4 


166 


1 Jamar Smith 


Jr. 


F/C 


6-9 


239 


Terps By Class 










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\o. \ame 


Yr. 


Pos. 


lit. 


Ht. 


22 Nik Caner-Medley 


Fr. 


F 


6-8 


220 


4 Traxis Garrison 


Fr. 


F/C 


fi-8 


234 


1 1 John Gilchrist 


Fr. 


G 


6-3 


190 


13 Chris McCray 


Fr. 


G 


6-4 


166 


Sopliomores (3) 










^0. Name 


\r. 


Pos. 


III. 


\M. 


2 Andre Collins 


So. 


G 


5-9 


160 


21 Mike Crinnon 


So. 


F 


6-6 


198 


20 Darien Henry 


So. 


F 


6-6 


202 


Juniors (1) 










\o. \ame 


Yr. 


Pos. 


HI. 


HI. 


1 Jamar Smith 


Jr. 


F/C 


6-9 


239 


Seniors (!*) 










\o. Name 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Ht. 


25 Steve Blake 


Sr. 


G 


6-3 


172 


45 Tahi Holden 


Sr. 


F/C 


6-10 


270 


1 1 Calvin McCall 


Sr. 


G 


6-3 


210 


1 2 Drew Nicholas 


Sr. 


G 


6-3 


165 


33 Ryan Randle 


Sr. 


F/C 


6-9 


255 



Terps By Height 



7-0 
'6-11 

■6-10 Tahj Holden 
' 6-9 Ryan Randle, Jamar Smith 

■ 6-8 Nik Caner-Medley. Travis Garrison 
"6-7 

■ 6-6 Mike Grinnon, Darien Henry 
6-5 



6-4 
6-3 
6-2 
■6-1 
6-0 
5-11 
5-10 
5-9 
5-8 



Terps By State 

Florida (2) 

25 Steve Blake 

1 1 Calvin McCall 

Ulaine (I) 

22 Nik Caner-Medley 

Maryland (3) 

2 Andre Collins 
4 Travis Garrison 
13 Chris McCray 

\en Jersey (3) 

20 Darien Henry 
45 Tah| Holden 

1 Jamar Smith 

.len York (2) 

21 Mike (irinnon 

12 Drew Nicholas 

Texas (I) 

33 Rvan Randle 



Chris McCray 

Stexe Blake, John Gilchrist. Calvin McCall, Drew Nicholas 



Andre Collins 





Sl\-tool-nine junior Jamar Smilli is 
among the tallest Terps in 2002-03. 
Sophomore guard \ndre Collins, at 
5-9, is the shortest. 



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



Fr. Portland. Maine (Deering) 



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

Fr, Suitland, Md. (DeMatha) 

Fr. Capital Heights. Md. (Fairmont Heights) 



So, Roxbury. N.J. (Selon Hall Prep) 

Sr. Red Bank. N.J. (Red Bank Regional) 

Jr. Sicklerville. N.J, (Overbrook/Allegany CC) 



So, Oyster Bay, N,Y, (St. Dominic) 

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



Sr, Duncanvllle, Te.xas (Duncanville/Allegany CC) 




Mrginia (I) 

1 1 John Gilchrist 



Fr, Virginia Beach. Va, (Salem) 



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When the Maryland Terrapins take the floor of Comcast Center to open 
the 2002-03 men's basketball season, it will not be the same team that cap- 
tured the NCAA Final Four with wins over Kansas and Indiana last 
March in Atlanta. That is true. 

Gone are four starters and the team's top four scorers. That is 
what critics and prognosticators will say when they evaluate the 
2002-03 Terrapins without looking any further than last season's 
final Stat sheet. 

What is important, however, is a look at who does 
return. And who joins them. And the program which 
has been built since 1 989-90 tiy the alum-turned- 
coach who lifted Maryland from the depths of 
NCAA sanctions through a series of NCAA 
Tournament appearances over each of the 
last nine straight seasons. 



MhXmerica Candidate 

Maryland returns one of the nation's 
premier playmakers in senior point 
guard Steve Blake. Blake, with 107 
games and 105 starts under his belt in- 
cluding 13 WA\ Tournament games, is 
an average season from becoming jusi 
the fourth player in NCAA history Id 
eclipse 1.000 assists. Again, critics will 
point to his lack of scoring. Blake, how- 
ever, averaged eight points per game last season. Just 
one more bucket per game as a senior will produce a 
double-figure scorer who will challenge for the nation's lead 
in assists for a second straight season. His 7.9 assists last 
year were tops in the Atlantic Coast Conference for a second 
straight year, a new school record, and second-best in the coun- 
try. 

Experienced Backcourt 

And aren't most championships built on experienced 
guard play'^ Or so they sas" Add to Blake the presence nf 
multi-talented shooting guard Drew iVicholas and the 
Terrapins boast one of the most experienced backcourts 
in the country. 

Critics will say, too, that Nicholas wasn't even a 
starter. And he only averaged 7. 1 points last sea- 
son. But a closer look will reveal perhaps the / 
Terps' most deadly long-range shooter the past 
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ent roles while rotating behind Blake. Juan Dixon and Byron Mouton as the 
team's most versatile player. So. this season, with Nicholas likely entrenched 
as the club's top shooting guard and still available to rotate as a swingman. 
his playing time will increase from its 20.3 minutes as a junior - and thus 
< so will his scoring increase. His experience is virtually equal to that of 
j Blake, minus the time on the floor at the opening tip. Nicholas also has 
** appeared in 107 college games and 13 NCAA Tournament games. Last 
year's national championship was won while Nicholas contributed 21.5 
minutes through the NCAA Tournament. 



Senior Frontcouri. Too 

O.K.. so the Terps may actually be well-stocked at the 
guards, but "how about the post," the critics will ask? 

Yes, Lonny Baxter and Chris Wilcox have departed for 

the NBA. But those same experts must ask themselves. 

"what was probably been the Terps' greatest strength 

during their NCAA runs of the past two seasons?" 

The answer— depth in the post. And no, it's not 

all gone. 

Maryland has employed a physical, brutish. 
i.ilented front line of four rotating bodies each 
III the last two seasons. And while this season's 
cast may not carry the same national acclaim to 
start the season, the returning pair of post play- 
ers plus the incoming group of players may well re- 
turn that rotation to the same status as years past - 
and create concern and havoc for opposing coaches. 

Tahj Holden was a part-time starter as a junior, 
starting 1 straight games before Chris Wilcox re- 
turned to the lineup to begin play in the ACC. Holden 
presents an interesting contrast - the team's big- 
gest and most physical force defensively, he also 
shoots a 3-point ball with 45 percent accuracy 
for his career. And his best play has come in 
Maryland's biggest games (Stanford and Kan- 
sas, among others). 

Holden is likely to be joined by a fourth senior. Ryan Randle. who, al- 
I hough he averaged just 9.6 minutes last season, he also had averages of 3.8 
points. 3.1 rebounds and 0.5 blocks, '^'ou do the math. Over a 20-minute 
game, the second-year player would easily have combined for over seven 
points and sbi rebounds, and at least one blocked shot in every game. \nd 
that was in his first Division I season. 

So with those four returning seniors, a formidable starting lineup can 
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Depth Development 

Maryland's depth the past two seasons has steadied Williams and the Ter- 
rapins for another run at an ACC title in 2002-03, hut its 
gest question obviously does surround the development oi 
its youth. Depth won't be what it has been without th, 
development. .'\nd defense of an ACC and NCA.A title wi 
be difficult without that depth. 

"I don'; think anybody in the country lost more than we 
did." said Williams while assessing his team's future fof 
lowing last season's championship. "All four of our guys 
that we lost were great players here. But you don'i 
replace them immediately. It takes time." 

The question is. "how much time?" 

Maryland's 2002-03 squad may face, in fact, a 
similar test as what its 1999-00 club encountered 
just three seasons ago. Facing the loss of three 
NBA draft picks including NBA co-rookie of the year 
Steve Francis, the Terps regrouped behind W 
iams to win nine straight ACC games in one 
stretch. ad\ance to the ACC final and finish 
25-10. 

Said Williams about comparisons 
with his club of 2000. "Steve 
Blake had to start as a 
freshman point 
guard. We still 
had a great 
player in 
Terence Mor- 
ris, but you 
couldn't put high 

e.xpectations on that team because we were called un- 
proven. dust like this year, even though we have a title 
under our belt. But we won 25 games and got to the 
Sweet Sixteen that year. Who knows for this year? We'll 
just have to see how hard we'll want to work. That usually 
decides it." 

If hard work is the determining factor and Williams can mold 
his club the same as in years past, why not make a run at an- 
other ACC title? Or add a 10th straight NCAA Tournament bid 
and by that point, hope to defend a national title'' 

In fact, despite five NBA draft picks between 1997 and 2001. 
Maryland still finished among the top three teams of the nation's 
most powerful basketball conference in each of five straight seasons 
So why not a sixth? 



BRFAhDOW^: Guards 

Blake and Nicholas are secure at the guard spots, and two 
sophomores and a pair of freshmen waiting in the wings to backup either 
position. 




A quick guard and able ballhandler. 5-9 sophomore Andre Collins has 
exhibited a knack for putting the ball in the basket and can shoot the 3- 
pointer. Fie could see reserve time at either a "I" or "2" position depending 
on needs. 

Collins, local product Chris INIcCray. and two-time Virginia prep player of 
the year John Gilchrist, will look to ease their v\ay into a rotation. All three 
players, plus returning 6-6 sophomore INlike Grinnon. could sec backup duty 
for Nicholas as a shooting guard. 

McCray is perhaps the most natural shooting guard among Maryland's 
incoming class. A Washin^on I'ost All-Mel selection with fellow 
D.C.-area prepster and Terrapin freshman TVatis Garrison, his 
role is more clearly defined. 

Like Collins. Gilchrist may well be groomed for either 

guard position. A highly sought-after prospect with e.\- 

cellent size and potential, he comes into the program 

with hopes of making an immediate impact - though 

development and learning the Maryland system will 

be his lirst order of business. 

.Assessing his guards. Williams said. "We 
have good veteran leadership in each of the 
1' and '2' positions. What's going to be 
the key in the backcourt is really the 
same as in the frontcourt. the abil- 
ity of McCray and Gilchrist to de- 
velop their game quick enough 
where they can really help us." 

BRUXhDOim: Forwards 

The "wild card" is the small forward or swing po- 
sition. The "3" spot was held the past two seasons 
almost exclusively by Mouton and Nicholas. With 
Mouton gone, though, and Nicholas likely to see 
most of his lime as a shooting guard, youth could 
ease into the lineup at this position. 

Options are plentiful, including Nicholas 
still seeing time at this slot, and even some 
play from fourth-year senior Caliin McCall 
who has seen just spot duty during his ' 
career. McCall. however, saw action in I 
19 games as a junior and since his 
earlier "double-duty" stint be- 
tween football and basketball 
in his first two seasons, he 
now will concentrate on bas- 
ketball alone, for a second 
straight year. Joining McCall 
as leading candidates to 
play the small forward are 
Grinnon and 6-8 freshman Nik Caner-Medley. and even Garrison or 6-9 trans- 
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Said Williams. 'A guy like Caner- .Medley, if he can play the '3' spot and 
play some good time there, and if McCall can do some things without Byron 
|Mouton| in front of him. we can be in a good position. We have some players 
there, it ail will matter how the new kids de\elup 

McCali, Grinnon or Caner-Mediey all are op- 
tions if the Terps choose to play the position 
with the prototvpical 6-5 to 6-7 sized athlete. 

Grinnon. a newcomer to the college scene 
last season, came to campus as a shooter. 
Caner-Medley meanwhile, is expected to be a 
more physical player who might lean to the 
interior. McCall. though only 6-3 but bulkier 
than most players his size, has become the 
most experienced player at this position 
and has become not only a quality defender 
but a viable offensive player, too. 

Meanwhile, if W illiams opts for a larger, 
more physical lineup, incoming 6-9 and 6-8 
thoroughbreds Smith or Garrison could present a difficult 
mismatch for opponents, given the ability to defend a smaller 
player on the perimeter. 

Smith w ill likely see time both inside and outside. .\ former 
teammate of Randle's two seasons ago at Allegany, his size 
makes him a natural contributor in Williams' post rotation, 
but his agility and shooting prowess could be used in a small 
forward role. 

Garrison, like Smith, provides a big-sized option at the 
"3". The prep Ail-American has most often been touted as a 
power forward, but his quickness and his ability to shoot may 
well help the Terps employ a steady diet of taller talents at 
swlngman. 

Added Williams, "Somebody's going to have to step up at the 
'3.' There are some questions to be answered there, " 

BREMiDOn^: Post Positions 

In the post, where the Terps have combined talents at the 
traditional power forward and center positions, Williams 
likely will have the afore-mentioned senior duo of Holden 
and Randle - to go with newcomers Garrison and Smith. 

"In Ryan and Tahj. we have two guys who know how to 
play and know what we're trying to do." said Williams. 
"And in Tra\is [Garrison] and Jamar |Smith|. we have 
two very talented young players at that 6-8 or 6-9 size. It 
will be very interesting to see how quickly those guys can 
come along because one of the key things last year was 
Ryan's ability to adjust to major college basketball, and 
the development of Chris Wilcox. So. if those two guys can 
develop like Chris and Ryan did. we could have a very good 
frontline again." 




W-ACC Candidate 
Tiihi Holden 



What is new with this season's rotation at the post is that virtually all of 
Maryland's big men are considered to be shooting threats from outside the 
lane. Holden. Garrison and Smith all come with labels as shooters, and Randle. 
too. is considered to have a nice stroke facing the basket. 

Randle employs a game similar in style to that of Baxter's the last 

four seasons. He is nimble for his size and has proven to be an 

above-average shot blocker. He and Holden both are capable 

of AII-ACC seasons and together. Maryland won't miss a beat 

from w here it left off last season. 

With Garrison and Smith, the Terps bring newcomers 
into the program that are more versatile away from 
the basket than the bruisers employed during Baxter's 
four-year era. and perhaps more polished than W ilcox 
when he entered the Maryland regime as a freshman. 
In a regular lineup. Garrison and Smith could see time 
as a power forward. In a larger lineup, either could 
see time at a small forward. 

One Program's \eii Developments 

And so what lies ahead for Maryland as it defends 
its national title is an early season of development. De- 
velopment of a new arena as well as of new players — of 
those players' skills: of those players' transitions to the 
more challenging college game and to the system em- 
ployed by Gary Williams: and the development and blend- 
ing of new combinations. 

"Even though we won the ACQ regular season last year. 

we'll be a different team this year." said Williams. "We'll 

have to earn that respect again. We're not going to be the 

team picked to win the league title, probably. We're going 

to have to earn the right to be thought of in that regard 

again. But that's o.k., I don't mind that. 1 like that. It's a 

different type of pressure, trying to find out how good you 

are. not just trving to defend how good you are. 

"I truly like the challenge." he added, "because we have some 
veteran players back who have plaved key roles, yet we have 
some new people who have to dev elop quickly so they can be part 
of our team this year. It's a completely different challenge than 
we've had in the last two years, but it's what I'm looking forward 
to. I think we can he a very good team. We can definitely be very 
competitive and who knows by February how good we can be?" 

Talent-wise. Maryland can fill the vacancies in the lineup left by 
five departures from its NCAA champions. 

And experience-wise. Maryland will send to the floor a starting 
ineup that w ill compete with any program in the country, bar none, 
with perhaps the country's best playmaker. 

Depth-wise and in terms of Williams' playing rotations in 2002-03. 
Maryland's youth and changes will draw the same curiosity and excite- 
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Preseason Notebook 



HOW TO DEFEXD I VITIOVU. CHXMPIOXSIIir; 

Put lour seniors into your stiirtins lineup, hoiist one of the eounlry's top 
playmaking point guards and an experienced baekrourl. and bring to eampus one 
of the most heralded recruiting riasscs in recent history. That, while moving into 
Ihe Terrapins' new state-of-the-art 17.950-seat showplace called Comcast Cen- 
ter, is the formula put together by 2002 national champion coach and ,\CC coach 
of the year Gary Williams . . . 

COUCiST CEXTER lltLCOMES STRE\hl\(i TERPS 

The Terps begin defense of their title in a regular season opening game at 
Comcast Center vs. Miami-Ohio, on Nov. 24 on ESPN2 ... against the Redskins. 
Maryland hopes to continue its non-league consecutive game home court win 
streak which now stands at 84 games - all at Cole Field House and dating to its 
last non-conference home defeat on Dec. 12. 1989 ... Maryland enters the 2002- 
03 season with an 18-game home win streak overall, including its 13-0 home 
campaign in the final season at Cole Field House ... the Terrapins arc 87-1 against 
non-league competition in College I'ark since Gary Williams took over the helm 
in 1989-90 ... challenging that record and the consecutive game win streak in 
02-03 will be Miami-Ohio (Nov 24). The Citadel (Nov 27). Duquesne (Nov. 30). 
Florida (Dec. 14), UMBC (Dec. 23), Wagner (Jan. 4). Hampton (Jan. 8) and Loyola 
(Feb. 3) ... 

LE\DI\G THE \CC 

Defending its .'Mlantic Coast Conference regular season title. Maryland plans 
to finish among the league's upper echelon (lop four) for the 1 1 th straight season 
dating to 1993 ... Maryland has finished third or better in e\er\ regular season 
since 1998 ... .And in the .AC(; Tournament. Maryland's current eight year run to 
at least the .ACC semifinals is the second-longest such stivak in tournament his- 
tory ... 

\ vriovu. PRomxEXCE 

The Terrapins have qualified for nine consecutive NCAA Tournaments ... they 
have advanced to at least the Sweet Sixteen in four of the last live seasons, and 
six of the last nine since 1994 ... combining the last two seasons. Maryland has 
advanced to two Final Fours, finished with No. 1 and No. 4 national rankings, 
won an ACC regular season title and finished the 2002 season undefeated at 
home ... since Feb. 17. 2001, Maryland has a combined record of 42-6, with all 
six losses coming on the road to teams which finished in last season's Top 25 ... 

DEFEWIXG CHUIPS PIT FOIR SEX10RS IX STUTTIVC LIXEVP 

While critics will point to the loss of four seniors and top scorers, optimists 
will consider Maryland's depth during its Final Four runs of 2001 and 2002. and 
five seniors who return for 2002-03 . , . four of those seniors - SI cm* Blake. Tahj 
Holden. Drew Nicholas and Ryan Kandle — could start, and the fifth, ex-guar- 
terback Cahin McCall, has risen to a level of providing consistent backcourt 
assistance ,., 

WERICYS MOST E\PERIEXCED POIXT (HARD 

What guiding force in any championship season is more acknowledged 
than a pn)ven, experienced backcourt? ,.. All-America candidate 
Steve Blake enters his senior season with no less ihan lO'i 
starts during his college career including 1 3 NC.\.\ TournameiU 
games ... he already is ninth in ACC history with 751 assists. 
and an average season will make him just the fourth player in 
college history with over 1,000 career assists (Hurley. 




Corchiani, Cola) ... his caifer total after three seasons was second only to former 
Duke star Bobb\ llurle\ (814). and was ahead of both Cota (746) and Corchiani 
(739) ... he already o«ns\irtnally all of \lar>laud's assists records, and currently 
ranks sixth and seventh inscliool history in steals (184) and 3-pointers (1 18) ... 
he averaged 8.0 points as a junior and owns a 7.3-point scoring clip for his ca- 
reer ... he needs 221 points and 249 assists to reach the 1,000 plateau in both 
categories ,.. he is the nation's leading career assist man entering his senior 
season ... he has started in 78 consecutive games ... 

SHOOTIXr, GIXRO H\S EXRXED INS TIRX 

Gone is Juan Dixon but back is Drew Nicholas and the Terps again boast one 
of the ACC's most lethal combo scoring guards ... Nicholas may have been the 
Terps' best outside scoring threat over the past three seasons, but behind upper- 
classmen DLxon and Byron Mouton the last two years, Nicholas also became 
Maryland's most versatile performer ... a candidate for AII-ACC honors as a se- 
nior, he enters his final college season already ranked ninth on the Terps' career 
3-point scoring chart (103) ... like Blake, he has played in every one of 107 
games over the past three seasons, logging double figure minutes in 99 of those 
games and averaging over 20 minutes during last year's championship run ... he 
averaged 7.1 points as a junior, but don't be surprised to see that figure double 
during his senior year ... 

FROXTCOIRI DErru 

And what of Maryland's frontcourt rotation that was feared by an entire nation 
the past two seasons'.' Yes. Lonny Baxter and (Ihris Wilcox were both taken in the 
2002 NBA draft, but hack are All-ACC candidales liihj llolden and Ryan Randle 
who both played exceptional roles during last year's Final Four win over Kansas 
. . . Holden has been an off-and-on starter over the past two seasons and Randle's 
numbers were remarkably productive for a JC transfer who contributed just un- 
der 10 minutes per game ... both could start this year and by season's end. could 
be joined by developing newcomers ... Maryland's frontcourt should remain solid 
in the interior, yet may take on a quicker, more versatile inside-outside dimen- 
sion with the shooting abilities of llolden. Travis Oarrlson and Janiar Smilh . . . 
Smith could become one of the nation's highest impact transfers ... 

IMPACT XElHmiERS 

The championship team of 2002 was heralded as being the nation's first cham- 
pion since 1978 without as many as even one .McDonald's Ail-American ... the 
Terps welcome a bevy of top young talent in 2002-03, though, led by USA Today 
and McDonald's prep All-America forward Ti'a\1s Garrison ... the 6-8 product of 
nearby powerhouse DeMatha High School leads a quintet of Top 50 stars which 
should help Maryland overcome the loss of four starters from its national cham- 
pionship squad ... joining Garrison are J(; transfer Jamar Smilh of Allegany 
College. Nik Caner-Medley (Portland, Maine), John Gilchrist (Virginia Beach, 
Va,) and Chris \lcCray (Capital Heights, .Md.) ... the biggest question mark for 
2002-03 is just how deep will the newcomers make Gary Williams' bench, and 
how quickly will the youngsters develop in Williams' system ... 

TERPS OX THE TIBE 

For the first time in Maryland history, all 29 preseason and regu- 
lar season games will be televised live ... Beginning with a Nov. 
12 exhibilion contest with the world-renowned Harlem 
(ilobetrotters. every Maryland basketball games will be carried 
live to regional or national TV audiences ,., 




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Consensus Top 20 Pick: lerps Defend lUle Hif/i Point 
Guard Blalie \t Tlie Helm 



Mar\lan(l enters llie 2(K)2-n:j eolle^e basket- 
hull season minus four starters from its national 
championship team of 2002. but will be one of 
very few cluhs in the country with as many as four 
seniors In its starting lineup. 

Leading the cast of seniors is fourth-year starter 
Sieve Blake who not only helped guide the Terps 
to the 2002 NC.U crown, hut this year could be- 
come only the fourth player in NCAA history to 
reach 1 .000 assists for his career. Already the 
Maryland season and career leader. Blake is 249 
assists from joining Bobby Hurley. Ed Cota and 
Chris Corcbiani as the only players ever to reach 
the 1 .000 plateau. 

The Terps' backcoiu't. anchored In Blake and 
joined in the starting lineup this season by senior 
veteran Drew Mrholas. should be one of the most 
experienced and most potent tandems in the coun- 
try. Similarly, the Maryland froutcourt was also 
ranked among the nation's best, led In returning 
seniors 'l<ilij llolden and K>iin Kandle. and jun- 
ior college transfer Janiar Smilh. 




The froutcourt and hackcourt both 
were ranked among the country's Top 
20 by The Sporting News. 

Also ranked highly during pre- 
season previews was the Maryland 
recruiting class, ranked fourth by 
Liii(ly'sa\u\ eighth \)\ Athlon Sports. 
Athlon and Street & Smith's both 
placed all four Terrapin freshmen 
among the nation's Top 1 00 College 
Freshmen. 

Maryland in national preseason 
polls through mid-Octol)er: 
FO.XSports.com (\2).The Sporting 
News (14). Lindy's ( 1 5). Street & 
Sniilii's (15). Blue Ribbon )ein'- 
book (16). CBSSpoiisline.eom 
(16). Basketball News (17). 
Collegelnsi(lei\com (18). SLAM 
Magazine (18). .\CC Basketball 
Handbook (20). t'JSPN.com (22). 



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Nomiiuilidii 
Nil, 8 point Kii;ir(l in niilidii. l-V.XSporls.com 
\i). 9 lloor leader in iKiIicin. Mtilim Sports 
\(i. 9 point guard in iialiun. The Sporling News 
\(i, 15 piiini guard in nation. Lindyn 
ycC's Best IVnetralor Stivt'l & Smitti's 
ycC's lU'sl Playmakcr. I'lic Sporting Vcii.s 
\(;C's Best tinder Pressure, Street & Smith's 
•'irsl Team All-ACC. .4CC Basketball Handbook 
'irst Team ,A11-ACC. .\ttikin Sports 
Pii'st Team All-ACC. Lindy's 
Pirsl Team All-ACC. Street & Smith's 
l''irst Team All-ACC. Tltc Sporting Veii.s' 
Second Team All-ACC. Basketbad Mews 



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No. 77 college Ireshman in nalion. Miiltin Sports 
Top 100 College Freshmen. Street & Smith's 

Ihnis Garrhon. I'r.. I' 

No. 50 college freshman in nation. .Uldun Sports 
lop too College Freshmen, Street & Smith's 

John (iikhiisl. Fr.. G 

\o. (i7 college heshman in nation, .\thlon Sports 
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No. 25 power lorward in nalion. l-'().\Sports.rom 
Second Team AI1-\CC. .ICY,' Haskettiall tiandtmik 
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Chris McCray. Fr.. G 

No. 44 college freshman in nalion. Atl)lon Sports 
Top too College Freshmen. Street & Smitti's 

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No. 13 shooling guard in nation. FOXSports.com 

Third Team \11-;\CC. ICC Hoslyetlndl Itundliook 

Third Team All-ACC. Athlon Sports 

Third Team \I1-\CC. Undy's 

Ryan Handle. Sr.. F 

Honorable Mention All-ACC, ACC Basketbad ItamllnHA 

Jamar Smilh. Jr.. F 

Best JC Iransler rebounder in nalion. The Sporting Aeiis 
No. 3 impact ,1C Iransh'r in nalion, binily's 
No. 3 JC Iransler center in nalion. I,in(i\'s 
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Gary 
Williams 

Head Coach 

(Maijland '68) 

14th Year at Maijland 

(274-143. .657) 

tSth Year Overall 

m-27l. .640) 




After (lireclins Maryland lo ils first national champi- 
onship, Gary Williams (Maryland 68) is in his 14th sea- 
son as head roach of his alma mater. Heralded as the 
2002 Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of the Year and 
showered with numerous regional and national coach- 
ins accolades. Williams is one of just 10 active coaches 
in America to boast a national title. He has become the 
si\th-\vinningest coach in ACC history after transform- 
ing the .Maryland program into one of the nation's most 
formidable, and building a Baltimore-D.C. area follow- 
ing that has consistently resulted in sellout crowds. 

With consecutixe trips to the final Four, the school's 
first national crown. 21 conseculive weeks in the USA 
Today/ESPN Top 10 and the school's first No. I ranking, 
Williams has constructed the most prominenl era in 
Maryland basketball history - just in time for the 
program's move to the state-of-the-art 17,100-seat 
Comcast Center for the 2002-03 season. 

— He is ihc sixth college basketball coach since 1980 
lo guide his alma mater to the Final Four anil tlie first 
since 1974 to guide his alma mater to a national title. 

— He is one of just 10 acti\e coaches to boast a na- 
tional championship. 

— He is one of only two active coaches in America, 
and just the 12th overall, to guide his alma mater to two 
Final Four appearances. He is onA (he eighth to guide 
his alma mater to consecuti\e l-'inal Fours and the first 
since Houstim's Guy Lewis in 1982. 1983 and 1984. 

— He is the only active coach lo guide his alma mater 
to consecutive Final Four appearances. 

— He is one of just sL\ coaches to reach the iVCA4 
Sweet Sixteen in six of the last nine years (1994 
2002). and one of six to boast a string of nine con 
secutive trips to the .VCll Tournament (1994 to 
2002). He joins Lute Olson and Idhby Smith as 
the only .VC.H champion coaches on both lists. 

—.4 winner of 70 percent of his ;\'C4,4 Tourna- 
ment games while at Maryland, he ranks eighth 
among acti\ e coaches in .VC4. 1 Tournament ii in- 
ning percentage overall (23-11. .676). and ninth in 
\uns(23l. 



Coaches Guiding Tlieir Alma Ulaters To 
Xational Championsliips 

Phos Allen. Kansas 1952 


Bud Foster, Wisconsin 


1941 


Howard llobson, Oregon 


1939 


Ed Jucker, Cincinnati 


1961, 1962 


Branch McCracken, Indiana 


1940, 1953 


\adal Peterson. Utah 


1944 


Norm Sloan, NC State 


1974 


Fred Taylor, Ohio State 


1960 


Gan Williams. Maryland 


2002 


Coaclies Guiding Tlieir Uma Ulalers To The 
Final Foui Since 1980 

•lim Boeheini, Syracuse 1987, 1996 


Lou Carneseera, St. John's 


1985 


(jUV Lewis. Houston 


1982. 1983. 1984 


Eddie Sutlon, Oklahoma Slate 


1995 


Gar> Williams. Maniand 


2001.2002 


Richard Williams, Mississippi State 


1996 





i\ational Prominence 

For Williams, the accomplishments of the past two 
seasons ha\ e been particularly sweet for the coach w hose 
roots with the program extend to his playing days of the 
late 1960s, and whose earliest seasons as head coach 
were tormented by NC.U sanctions he inherited. The Fi- 
nal Four architect is himself a Maryland alum, who found 
glory for a program whose history is filled with a literal 
plethora of some of the most prominent names in col- 
lege basketball annals: Shue, Lucas, KImore. McMillen, 
Albert King, Bias, Buck Williams and Wall Williams, 

He followed a 200 1 Final Four sea.son with the most 
wins in Maryland history going 32-4 in 2002. He engi- 
neered the school's best regular season ever (25-3). its 
first outright ACC regular season title since 1980. its 
first No. I seed in an NC.U Tournament, and a return to 
the Final Four, He earned billing as the league's coach 
of the year for the first time in his career and later was 
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the coach of the national champions. 

Capping his personal ascent lo college baskethall's 
highest pinnacle. Williams added author to his resume 
in summer 21)02 In cumpleling an autobiograph\ entitled 
"Sweet Redemption." with award-winning journalist 
L)a\id \ise. The book captures the essence of Williams' 
arrixal at Maryland, the Terps' re-building efhirts. their 
return to the NC.\A Tournament in 1994. and their tour- 
nament climb In every season since. 

The rise of the .Maryland program has run parallel 
with Williams' ascent among the most notable in the col- 
legiate coaching fraternity. Williams is one of only si.\ 
coaches to boast a string of nine consecutive trips to 
the NC.VA Tournament, and one of six lo reach the NC.Ws 
Sweet SLxteen in si.\ of the last nine years. He joins Lute 
Olson and Tubby Smith as the only NC.\A champion 
coaches on both lists. 

Similarly, he joins just Mike Krzyzewski and Bob 
Muggins as the only coaches to lead their programs to 
23 or more w ins in each of the past four seasons. 

\s the .Maryland coach. Williams has produced more 
than 20 w ins in seven of his last eight seasons, six con- 
secutive. Williams is the 21sl-winningest active coach 
in America with 48 f wins. 

Williams. 274-143 at Maryland, boasts a 481-271 
overall record including four years at American (1979- 
82). four at l?oslon College 1 1983-86) and three at Ohio 
State (1987-89). In 24 seasons as a Division I head 
coach. Williams has coached in 12 NC.\.A Tournaments 
and guided eight different teams to the NC.U Sweet Ki. 
One of 26 coaches ever lo take three different schools to 
the NC.\.A Tournament. Williams has guided teams to the 
NIT or NC.A-^ Tournament at each of his four coaching 
stops. 

He is the only coach in America to direct pmgrams in 
each of the ACC. Big Ten and Big East conferences. 
During Williams' combined 20 years in those three con- 
ferences, the national champion has come from his 
league eight times (ACC — 5 of 13: Big East — 2 of 4: 
Big Ten— I of 3). 

During his run of nine straight NCM tournaments at 
Maryland, he has forged his way to becoming the 
winningest NCAA Tournament coach in Maryland history 
with 19 wins and eight losses -a 70.8 percent winning 
clip, lie boasts a 23-1 1 NCW Tournament record over- 
all, and has carried Maryland to the Sweet Sixteen in 
four of the past fiv e years. He ranks eighth among active 
coaches in \C.\.A Tournament winning percentage (.676) 
overall, and ninth in wins. 



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nUliams' }lilestone Mctories 

Viflon # Opponent. Score 


Head Coach at 


No. ! 


Catholic. 83-68 


.\meriean 


No. 50 


Drexel. 62-60 


American 


No. 100 


New Hampshire. 97-64 


Boston College 


No. 1 50 


Bowling Green, 89-52 


Ohio State 


No. 200 


Northwestern, 100-89 


Ohio State 


No. 250 


#10 North Carolina, 82-80 


Marvland 


No. 300 


at NC State. 84-67 


Marvland 


No. 350 


#13 Clemson. 76-61 


Marvland 


No. 400 


San Francisco. 71-61 


Maryland 


No. 450 


#16 Temple, 82-74 


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Williams File 



Year^By-Vear Head Coaching Record 

Vear Srliool (herall / Conf. 


Postseason Participation 


1978-79 


American 


14-13/7-4 (4lh) 




1979-80 


,\merican 


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 


Bdstiin Coll. 


25-7/ 12-4 (T-lst) 


NCW West RegHin SemiRnals (1-1) 


1983-84 


Boston Coll, 


18-12/8-8(401) 


NlTSecund Round (1-1) 


1984-85 


Boston Coll, 


20-11/ 7-9 (6thl 


NCM Midwest Region Semifinals (2-1) 


1985-86 


Boston Coll, 


13-15/4-12(7111) 




1986-87 


Ohio Stale 


20-13/9-9 (6lh) 


NC V\ Southeast Region Second Round (1-1 ) 


1987-88 


Ohio Stale 


20-13/9-9 (6th) 


NIT Finalist (4-1) 


1988-89 


Ohio Stale 


19-15/6-12 (8l.h) 


NlTUuarterfinals(2-l) 


1989-90 


Marvland 


19-14/6-8 (T-5th) 


NIT Second Round (1-1) 


1990-91 


Marvland 


16-12/5-9 (7th) 




1991-92 


Marvland 


14-15/5-11 (81h) 




1992-93 


Marvland 


12-16/2-14 (8th) 




1993-94 


Maryland 


18-12/ 8-8 (■l-4thl 


NCM Midwest Resion Seminnals (2-1 ) 


1994-95 


Marvland 


26-8/ 12-4 (T-lst) 


NCM West Region Seminnals (2-1) 


1995-96 


Marvland 


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


NC.« Uesi Ki'SiiMi I'iist Round (0-1 ) 


1996-97 


.Marvland 


21-11 /9-7(T-41h) 


NCAA Southeast Kcyiiin First Round (0-1) 


1997-98 


Marvland 


21-11/ 10-6 (3rd) 


NCM West Region Semilinals (2-1) 


1998-99 


Marvland 


28-6/ 13-3 (2nd) 


NCM South Resinn Seminnals (2-1) 


1999-nn 


Marvland 


25-10/ 11-5 (2nd) 


NCM Midwest Regiun Second Round (1-1) 


2000-01 


Marvland 


25-1 1 / 10-6 (3r(l) 


NC,V\ Final Four, West Resion Champions (4-1) 


2001-02 


Marvland 


32-4/15-1 (1st) 


NCAA Final Four, NATION,\L CHUIPIONS (6-0) 


4 ^ears 


American 


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


NIT — 0-2 


4 Years 


BosUin Cnll. 


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


NCAA -3-2. NIT -1-1 


3 Years 


Ohio Slate 


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


NCAA— 1-1. NIT — 6-2 


13 Years 


Marvland 


274-143 (.657)/ 114-90 (.539) 


NCA1— 19-8 (703). NIT— 1-1 (.500) 


24 Years 


Overall 


481-271 (.640)/ 200-166 (.546) 


NCU — 23-1 1 (.676). NIT— 8-6 (.571) 



Coaching Honors 

• Naismith National Coach of the 'iear Finalist, 1995. 1997. 2002 

• National Coach of the \ear. 2002 (BasAefbaH America. CliSSportsline.com) 

• Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of the Vear. 2002 

• Victor .\ward, 2002 {\aliimal Acadenn of Sparti Editors) 

• Winged Foot ,\ward, 2002 (A'J: .tth/ef/c Club) 

• Harry Litwack Eastern Oiach of the Viear .Award, 2002 [Hcrh Good Basketball Club of Philadelphia 

• District Coach of the ^ear, 2002 {Basketball Vmes) 

• Seaboard Region Coach of the Year, 1 997, 2002 {Basketball Vmes & Eastern Basketkilt) 

• National Coach of the ^ear. 2001 {Playbo)) 

• Atlantic (loast Confeience Ojach of the Year, 2000 {College Hoops Illustrated) 

• Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of Uie V-ar, 1 998 {.ACC Athlete Magazine) 

• l,S, Olympic Team Selection CommiUee, 1988 

• Eastern Coach of the Vear, 1983 

• National Coach of the Vear. second runner-up, 1983 

• District Coach of the Vear, 1981 

Inlernationai Experience 

• SLx-game, nine-day tour of France witli Maryland basketball team in August of 1994 

• SLx-game. nine-da\ lour of Cermanv w ith ACC All-Star Ttani in Jul> of 1 990 

• Eight-game, i 2-day tour of Jugoslavia w ith Big East All-Star Team in July of 1 984 

Placing Experience 

• 1964. tiniversilyof Maiyiand. freshman basketball team 

• 1965-67. University of Maryland, basketball letterwinner 

• 1961-64. Collingswood High School, letteied four years in haskelhall and baseball 

Placing Honors 

• Maryland team captain. 1967 

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

• Member 1963 Sugar Bowl Tournament championship team 

• Member 1966 Charlotte Invitational 'lliurnament championship team 

Personal 

Education: I niversity of Marvland. 1968. B.S. in business; Collingswood (N.J.) High School. 1964 

Date of Birth: March 4. 1945 in Collingswood. N.J. 

Family: Daughter: KrisOn Scott (31), Son-in-law: Geoff Scott, Grandson: David GeofTie\ Scott (horn No\, 15, 1999) 



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Tei'p Mum 

On Ihe cusp (ilciirn infills rilKllh win. Williams is one 
(il lour 4(10-\vin ((lachcs wIki niiw cnfilnfcr Ihe programs 
al llieir respective alma maters ll.ou llcnson. New Mexico 
State; Eddie Sutton. Oklahoma State; Jim Boeheim. S\Ta- 
cuse). Ttiey also are the only active coaches to direct 
their alma maters to a Final Four appearance. 

In 2001 . Williams became just the sixth coach since 
1980 to direct his alma mater to the Final Four. A year 
later, he became the lirst coach since 1974 to guide his 
alma mater to a national title. Williams is the only active 
coach to take his alma mater to ennsecutive Final Four 
appearances. He is only the eighth to guide his alma 
mater lo consecutive Final I'ours and the first since 
Houston's Guy Lewis in 1982. 1983 and 1984. 

A former Terrapins point guard, W illiams was a starter 
under coach Bud Millikan during the 1963. 1966 and 
1967 seasons. He was the team captain as a senior and 
still lists one of his most memoralile basketball moments 
as his experience as a spectator at the 1966 national 
championship game conducted at \lar\land's legendary 
Cole Field House, between Texas Western and Kentucky 

The former student-athlete is also noted as one of 
just eight former ACC basketball pl.ivcrs e\er to return 
to the league as a head coach. Williams notched his 400th 
career win with a season-opening \ ictory o\ er San Fran- 
cisco on Nov. 17. 1999. and recorded his 200th victory 
at Maryland during a 72-66 win over No. 23 Kentucky 
one month later. Williams. 1 14-90 in .\CC league con- 
tests entering the 2002-03 season, is just the 10th coach 
overall and only the second from Maryland (IjCfty 
Driesellj ever to reach H)0 wins in the league. 

ttilliams 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 Confer- 
ence. The Terps have become s\non\mous with Duke and 
North Carolina among the league's most dominant pro- 
grams, and nationally ha\e become a fixture among 



weekly polls - 21 consecutive weeks In the I'SA Today/ 
ESPN Top 1(1 to enter the 2002-03 season and 37 con- 
secutive appearances in the AP Top 20. 

I nder Williams' tutelage. Maryland has achieved a 
school-record nine consecutive NC.\A Tournament ap- 
pearances while Iwasling acclaim as one of just seven 
schools in the country to do so. The Terrapins are one of 
just four schools in the country to boast at least 25 vic- 
tories in each of the past three seasons, and the Terps' 
1 1 wins Ml the last four years are bettered by only three 
programs. 

Another success story during the Williams Era at 
Maryland is obviously a coveted home court win streak 
over non-eonh'rence foes, which now spans more than 
12 years — 84 games - as the Terps enter the 2002-03 
campaign. Maryland has not lost a non-league home 
game under Williams since just his fourth home game 
as head coach coach: Dee. 12, 1989 vs. Coppin State. 
The Terps went undefeated against non-conference foes 
during the final 12 years of competition at Cole Field 
House, leaving Williams with a Maryland coaching mark 
(if 1 33-33 at C,ole. 87-1 against non-confeix'nce schools. 

ihe decade of the 1990's was certainlv a decade of 
resui'gence for the Maryland basketball team. 

Since Williams' arrival as head coach in the summer 
of 1989, the Terps have soared to a level of national 
prominence unmatched during the first century of the 
program - and unmatched by the vast majorily of pro- 
grams nationwide. Included among the many superior 
accomplishments during the Williams Era are; a school- 
record nine straight NC.IA Tournament appearances 
(1994-021 which include consecutive trips to the Final 
Four, a national crown and six Sweet Sixteen appear- 
ances, nine consecutive upper division finishes in the 
ACC inebiiliiig runner-up distinction in 1999 and 2000; 
an outright regular season ACC title in 2002 and a shared 
one in 1 993; a school-R'cord 28 v ictories during the 1 999 
season which was shattered again with 32 in 2002; four 
NBA lotterv picks, one national Player of the Year, a se- 
nior of the >ear and two ACC I'lavers of the Year; and the 
very first recipient of the nation's Senior CLASS Award. 



}losl 20-nin Seasonfi. Xclive Coaches 

t. Jim Bdelii'im, Syracuse 


24 


Bdl) knisht. Texas lecti 


24 


Lute Olson. Vrizona 


24 


4. Leflv Drlesell. Gcorsia Stale 


22 


Kddlc Sullun. (Iklaliunia Slate 


22 


6. Lou Hfiisim. New Mexico Slate 


19 


-Mike krzvzewski. Duke 


19 


8. Jim Caltioun. Connecticut 


17 


!), Boh Hussins. Cineinnati 


16 


10. JolHi ("lianev. Temple 


15 


Jim Hari'iek. Georgia 


15 


Mike Montijomerv. Stanford 


15 


13. Dave Bliss, Bavlor 


14 


Gene Kcadv, Hurrtue 


14 


15. Gar> Williams. .Maoland 


13 


Rnv W illiams. Kansas 


13 


Career VCl 1 Tournament llins. \cthe Coaches 

t . Mike Krzv7,evvski. Diitvc 38 


2. Bob knistU. Texas Teeh 


42 


3. Lule Olson. .Arizona 


39 


4. Jim Boelieim. Syracuse 


32 


5. Roy Williams. Kansas 


29 


6. Jim Callioun. Gonncrlirnl 


27 


7. Eddie SulUin. okhihoiii.i Si.ile 

8. Gan Williams, Maivlaiid 


26 
23 


9. Jotin Clianev. Temple 


21 


10. Steve Flstier. Miehisan 


20 


Rullie Massimino. Cleveland Stale 


20 


TtihhvSmilh. Kcniuckv 


20 


Current Consecuthe \C\\ Tournament 

1. Lute Olson, Vrizoiia 


\pps. 

18 


2. Rov Uilliams, Kansas 


13 


3. Boh Husains, Cincinnati 


11 


4. Can Williams, Marjlaiid 


9 


Kelvin Sampson. Oklahoma 


9 


Tubbv Smitli. Kentucky 


9 


7. Mike Montgomery. Stanford 


7 


Sweet Sateen Appearances Since 1994 

1. Tubbv Smith. Kentuekv 


7 


2. Gary Williams. Maryland 


6 


Jim Calhoun. Connectieut 


6 


Mike Krzv-zevvski. Duke 


6 


Lule Olson. Arizona 


6 


Rov Williams. Kansas 


6 


\CC Coaching Met ones — All Games 

1. Dean Smith. Xorlh Carolina 


879 


2. Mike Krzvzevvski, Duke 


564 


3. Bobin Ciemins, Georgi.i Tecti 


354 


4. Charles "Lehy" Driescll. Maryland 


348 


5. Terrv llollancl. Vu'ginia 


326 


6. Gan Williams. Manlaiid 


274 


7. Norman Sloan. NC State 


266 


8. Frank MrGuire. l\C & LSC 


264 


9. Dave Odiim. Wake t'oresl 


240 


10. Carri'acv, \\M- Imu'csI 


222 


ACC Coaching \ ictories — ACC Games 

1. Dean Smith. North Carolina 


364 


2. Mike Krzyzevvski. Duke 


215 


3. Frank MeGuire. UNC & USC 


142 


4. Bobl)v Cremins. Georgia Tech 


134 


5. Charles "Leriv ' Driesell, Maryland 


122 


6. Gary Williams. Manland 


114 


7. Terrv Holland. Virgmia 


111 


8. Vic Bubas. Duke 


106 


9. Norman Sloan, Ni; Slate 


103 


10. Dave Odora, Wake Forest 


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feiTiipia Ttirnaroiind inder nHliamfi 

last 8 Years 0\erall 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 (.()25) 


2001-02 


32-4 (.889) 


15-1 (.938) 


Hdals 


195-74 (.725) 


88-40 (.688) 


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 1.483) 


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) 



nuiiams' Top Seasons 



Added for good measure are a NBA Co-Rookie of the 
V'ar in Steve Kraiuis (2000). and a preseason lop fi\e 
ranlvinfi for tlic thiril time in lour seasons. The result is a 
program and a eoaeh who ha\e reaehed ieon status. 

Williams is the onl> head coaeh in sehool historx to 
guide the Terps to 10 postseason tournament appear- 
anees within his first 13 seasons. After suiding his first 
two Mar\land teams to winning reeords and overeoming 
an NCA\ pi'obationary period resulting from the previ- 
ous eoaching regime, he guided the Terps to an NCAA 
Tournament appearanee in just his fifth season. 1994, 
and earned a share of the \CC regular season in just his 
sixth, 1995. 

VVilliams' past four seasons have br<iught Maryland 
from eontention in the Atlantie Coast Conference, to eon- 
tention f(u' a national championship - including, of 
course, the 2002 NCAA title. 

The 2002 championship was a product of niaturit> 
and steadfast dedication lo a common goal - and In- 
cluded a magical ride through the final season of play al 
venerable Cole f'Teld Mouse. Williams molded a cast of 
se\en returning players from its national semifinalists 
of 2001 . while senior captains Lonny Baxter. Juan Dixon 
and BvTon Mouton keyed a consistent effort from the 
beginning of practice in October, through an undch'ated 
( 1 54)) home campaign al Cole, all the way to a nct-eut- 
ting e\ening at the Ceorgie Dome on \pril 1 . The Terra- 
pins overcame personal obstacles and handled Ihe ACC's 
and the NCAA Tournament's stiffesi challenges. After 
w inning the A(;C regular season eniwii with a 15-1 record. 
Ihe Terps' ascent to the national championship game 
included successive victories o\er peivnnial powers W is- 
consin. Kentucky Connecticut and Kansas - and a 64- 
52 defeat of Indiana in the title game. Maryland won the 
first national title in school history, and earned its very 
first No, I ranking, after becoming the first team in NCAA 
history to reach the championship game by defeating 
the highest possible seed in every round. 

A year earlier, the Terrapins began the season with a 
lofty No, 5 ranking by the Associated Press and finished 
with the No. 4 spot by USA Today/ESPN. In between polls, 
the Terps butted heads weekly during an \CC schedule 
that included five nationally ranked teams, but found their 
stride late in the year to win II) of their last 12 games. 
Of those 10, a record seven nationally ranked foes fell in 
the Terps' path to the Final Pour, with their only losses 
coming to eventual NCAA and ACC champion Duke, Lo- 
cal rival Georgetown was dispatched in the Sweet Six- 
teen, and an 87-73 win over No, 2-ranke(l and top-seeded 
Stanford earned Maryland its first NCM regional title. 

The 2000 season may have been one of Williams' 
greatest coaching accomplishments ever -guiding a "re- 
building" Terrapin team to 25 wins, a second straight 
second-place finish in Ihe ACC and its first trip to the 
conference tournament final since 1984. All with a fresh- 
man point guard (Steve Blake), three first-year starters 
(Baxter. Blake, Dixon) and only one senior following the 
loss of three players to the NBA draft. Two years later, 
those three first-year starters would become seasoned 
veterans and national champions. 

Pour years after tying for his first ,\CC regular sea- 
son championship in 1995, Williams led Maryland to a 
school-record 28 victories and a school-record 1 3 ACC 
victories during the 1999 season. The Terps finished the 

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Season 


W 


L 


Pet. 


School 


2001-02 


32 


4 


.889 


Maryland 


1998-99 


28 


6 


.824 


Marviand 


1994-95 


26 


8 


.765 


Maryland 


1982-83 


25 


7 


.781 


Boston College 


1999-00 


25 


10 


.714 


Marviand 


2000-01 


25 


11 


.694 


Maryland 


1980-81 


24 


6 


.800 


American 


mnning 

Season 


Percentage 


1, 


Pet. 


Srhool 


2001-02 


32 


4 


.889 


Marviand 


1998-99 


28 


6 


.824 


Marylarrri 


1980-81 


24 


6 


.800 


.American 



season ranked No. 5 by the Associated Press - then the 
highest final ranking since 1975 and only the third time 
in school history that the program had earned a top five 
final national ranking, Maryland peaked al No, 2 as it 
won lis first 10 games of the sea,son, and its No, 2 seed 
in the NCAA Tournament matched the highest tourna- 
ment seed in school history, 

Williams has been voted as a national coach of the 
year finalist five times, including his naming in 2002 as 
the national coach of the year by Basketball America 
and CBSSporlsline.com. and in 2001 by I'layhoy. Besides 
the ACC coaching honor, other accolades after Ihe 2002 
championship season iniiuded the Winged Pool Award 



Williams Flashback 

Check out Gary Williams' player profile as a 

senior team captain from the 1966-67 

Maryland men's basketball media guide. 



nilliamn' Playing Stalistics M Uaijlund 

Vrar GP FG-IGA / C % H-ITA 



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 Saf:inin I'oner Hanhings (Since lftf)5) 
Year Schedule Rankins Team RankiiiK 


1995 


19 




8 


1996 


16 




28 


1997 


15 




11 


1998 


1 




11 


1999 


22 




5 


2000 


21 




24 


2001 


12 




6 


2002 


20 




3 


nniiams In The Poslse 

Kvent GP Won 


ason 

Lost 


I'cl.LasI (Jaine 


NC\.\ 


34 23 


11 


.676 2001-02 


NIT 


14 8 


6 


.,571 1989-90 


ACC 


23 11 


12 


,478 2001-02 


BIG EAST 


6 2 


4 


,333 1985-86 


East Coast 


7 3 


4 


,429 1981-82 


Totals 


84 47 


37 


.560 2001-02 


nniiams i,s. 
School 


the UX (includes 

Last 5 Years 


all games) 

Last 8 Years 


Clemson 


9-3 




13-4 


Duke 


4-11 




7-13 


Florida State 


13-2 




16-3 


Georgia Tech 


11-2 




13-5 


North Camlina 


7-7 




9-10 


NC Stale 


12-3 




16-3 


Virginia 


9-3 




12-4 


Wake Forest 


9-1 




10-7 


Totals 


74-35 (.679) 


96-49 (.662) 



as presented by the N.V. Athletic Club; the Victor Award 
as presented by ihe National Academy of Sports Editors; 
the Harry Lilwack Award as Eastern Coach of the Year, 
presented annually by Ihe Herb Good Club of Philadel- 
phia: and Seaboard Region Coach of the \eai' honors as 
named by Basketball Dmes and Eastern Basketball. In 
1998, \a: \tlilete l/a^'az/ncvoted him as Ihe ACC Coach 
of the Year. He received the same honor from Ctillege 
lldiips Illustrated in 2000. Following Maryland's 1997 
season, when the 'l'er|)s advanced lo the NCAA Tourna- 
ment and finished with a 9-7 record in Ihe ACC. he was 
named as the Seaboard Region (;oach of the Year by 
Basketball Times and Kastern Baskelbail. He was hon- 



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Relmunils 



Points 



1964-65 


26 


33-87 


,379 


25-50 


,500 


80-3.1 


91-3.3 


1965-66 


23 


23-61 


.377 


20-42 


.476 


74-3.2 


66.2.9 


1966-67 


25 


71-134 


,530 


31-49 


.633 


82-3.3 


173-6.9 


Career 


74 


127-282 


.430 


76-141 


.539 


236-3.2 


330-4.5 




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Gan Williams and Boomer t'.siason haic noikcd \o- 
gelher to fighl the bailie againsi Cyslic Hbrosis. 

ored as the district coach of the year in 1981, and in 
1 983 he was named as the Eastern Coach of the Year. 

Williams has cemented his legacy as one of Americas 
greatest recruiters and college coaches — a statement 
backed not just by consecutive Final Four appearances 
or 20 winning records in 24 seasons, but by 23 NBA 
draft choices and the numemus former assistant coaches 
w ho now guide their own pmgrams, Williams has guided 
seven first-round selections and six NBA lottery picks: 
Walt Williams (#7 pick. 1992). Joe Smith (#1, 1993). 
Ste\c Francis (#2. 1999) and Chris \\ilco.\ (#8, 2002): 
and Ohio State standouts Jim Jackson (#5, 1992) and 
Dennis Hopson (#3. 1987). 

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. Displaying his coach- 
ing abilities immediately he helped the Terps to 19 wins 
while advancing to the senind mund of the National In- 
\itatiun Tournament - and making him the first coach in 
school history to lead a team into the postseason in his 
first year. In addition, Maryland's 10-game improvement 
in the win column during Williams' first season was the 
largest in school history and second largest in the an- 
nals of the ACC by a first-year coach. Only the legendary 
I'ress Maravich, who impr<ived NC State's winning led- 
ger by 13 games in his inaugural season (1965), can 
boast a higher first-year improvement in the win col- 
umn. 

A 1968 graduate of \lar\land. Williams lettered as 
the Terps' starting point guard from 1965-67 under head 
coach Bud Millikan. sening as team captain during his 
senior season. It was as a player in the ACC that Will- 
iams began developing his basketball philosophy Play- 
ing beside three-year teammates Joe Harrington and Jay 
McMillen. he studied the game under Millikan. and it 
was then that he dexeloped his penchant for the full- 
court pressure defenses for which his teams are now 
known. He learned his half court man-to-man defense 
from Millikan, who learned from the legendary 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 Back To College Park 

Williams began his coaching career alongside 
Harrington, as graduate students at Maryland under 
freshman coach Tom Davis. The 1969 freshman team 
finished with a 1 2-4 record as Williams bonded with Davis 
in a relationship that would sene him well as his coach- 
ing career progressed. 



f r.i/iA lU'lmil presides o\ei ,i Williams X i:siasoii ilieck 
presenlalion to Ihe Cfslic Fibrosis Foundation. 

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

Williams spent one more year at Wilson before ac- 
cepting an invitation from Davis in 1972 to become an 
assistant at Lafayette College. While an assistant at 
Lafayette. W illiams also sen ed as the head soccer coach. 
In 1978, Williams accompanied Davis to Boston College. 
.\fler one year there, Williams became the head coach 
at American I niversit\. 

Williams immediately began making his mark. His 
1981 squad set the still-standing school record for vic- 
tories with a 24-6 mark, won the East Coast Conference 
championship, and played in the NIT Williams was named 
the district coach of the year. American returned to 
postseason play the ne.xt season as the Williams-led 
Eagles went 21-9 and played in the NIT for the second 
consecutive year. Only once prior to Williams' arrival 
had All attended a postseason tournament, and the 
Eagles have not returned since. Williams' four-year record 
at Al' was 72-42. 

In 1 983. W illiams succeeded Da\ is at Boston College. 
He was once again an instant success, posting a 25-7 
record and leading the Eagles to the regular season cham- 
pionship of the Big East in his first season. Making his 
first appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Williams di- 
rected the Eagles to the Sweet 16. He finished third in 
the balloting for national coach of the year, and was hon- 
ored again as the Eastern Coach of the Year by his peers. 
He went on to duplicate that NC.A.A Tournament success 
again in 1 985, leading B.C. back to the Sweet Sixteen. 

In 1987, Williams accepted the head coaching job at 
Ohio State, becoming the lOth basketball coach in that 
school's illustrious history He succeeded Eldon Miller 
and once again enjoyed success. In three years, the Buck- 
eyes made three postseason appearances. His first squad 
defeated then-No. 1 and unbeaten Iowa (coached by Tom 
Davis) in the regular season, in what would be the first 
of many giant-killings. During W illiams' three-year term 
at Ohio Stale. OSl defeated a seccmd-ranked Purdue 
team, perennial power Kansas and highly regarded Big 
Ten powers Michigan and Illinois. Williams had laid Ihe 
groundw ork for the highly successful teams that follow ed 
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Jimnn I'alsus. Ilrian Ca\anaufih. Wflliams and Tro} 
Walnnrlght al a 2001 Gar) Williams goir outing. 

Williams' Chanty Morh 

Coaches vs. Cancer 

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 1996. 
Gary Williams has served 
on the Coaches Council, a 
15-member board that 
serves as the governing 
body for Coaches \s. Can- 
cer. 

The program is a part- 
nership between the Na- 
tional Association of Bas- 
ketball Coaches (NABC) and the American Cancer 
Society. The coaches participating in this program 
are dedicated to fighting cancer through increased 
support for research, patient services, and preven- 
tion education. 

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

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 

In 1999 and 2000. Coach Williams hosted a char- 
ity 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. 
Duaiie Simpkins and Buck Williams. Other participants 
ha\ e included former .Maryland football player and NTL 
quarterback Boomer Esiason, Maryland track .All- 
American and NFL ivceix er Renaldo Nehemiah. former 
Redskins Jeff Bostic and Charles Mann, former Wash- 
ington Bullets stars Phil Chenier and ke\in Gre\ey 
former Dallas Cowboy Cahin Hill, tennis star Pani 
Shriver, Maryland legislators Thomas "Mike" Miller 
and Steny Hoyer. nationally-renowned sports colum- 
nists John Feinsteiii and Frank DefonI, Terrapin play- 
by-play\oices Johnnv Hollidax and ("hris Knoche. and 
".Meet The Press" ho.st Tim Russert. 

The inaugural e\ent occurred on April 27. 1999. 
The second e\ent 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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\B\ Hist Round Diatt Pick§ Indei Uilliams 




Former Usislants In Charge 





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Chris Ili7<'«\ • 

2(102 • \ii, Bweryll (I.) 
l.os Angeles Clippers 



hum Dixon ' 

201)2 • No. 17 overall 
Washinaton Wizards 



Slew I'rancis * 

1999 'No. 2 overall (L) 
Vancouver Grizzlies 




Rand} \fers 

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

Rich Barnes 

Assistant to Williams at Ohio State. Has 
been the head coach at tieorge Mason. 
Providence and Clemson. Currently the 
head coach at Texas. 

Paul Brazeaii 

Assistant to W illiams for one \ear at Bos- 
ton College and three years at Ohio State. 
Former head coach at Hartford. 

Jim Cleamons 

.Assistant to Williams at Ohio State and a 
former head coach at Voungstown State. 
Currently an assistant with the Los An- 
geles Lakers, former head coach of the 
Dallas Mavericks and assistant with the 
Chicago Bulls. 

f ran DinipAt 

Assistant to W illiams at American Univer- 
sity. Currently the head coach at the Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania. 



Fran Frasvhilla 

Assistant to W illiams for t\v o years at Ohio 
State. Has been the head coach at Man- 
hattan College, St. John's and New 
Mexico. 

Bill} llahn 

.Assistant to Williams for 12 years at 
Maryland. Uormerly the head coach at 
Ohio v.. and currently the head coach at 
LaSalle. 

Chris hnorhe 

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

Art Pert} 

Assistant to Williams for six years at 
Maryland. Former head coach at Ameri- 
can and Delaware State. 

Ed tiipscolt 

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



hvilli Booth * 

1 997 'No. 28 overall 
Chicago Bulls 



Joe Smith * 

1995 'No. I overall (L 
(;olden State Warriors 



Jim Jackson * 

1992 • No. overall (L) 
Dallas Mavericks 











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1992 • \o. 7 overall (L) 
Sacramento Kings 



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1990 'No. 17 overall 
New York Knicks 



Dennis llopson 

1987 'No. 3 overall (L) 
New Jersey Nets 



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Cal Kii}kfii Jr. on the nigltl ot Ripken's 
2. 1'Jtst conseculi\e same. 



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ducted into tlie Manland Hall of fame. 



Williams shares a laugh nith ESPVs Dick Vilale and Digger Phelps on the SporlsCenler set at the 2001 
final four in Minneapolis. 



Williams' Career Record Vs, Opponents 




OppoaenI Career Home 


al I If Home al OSl at BC 


al \t 


First 


Ust 


Air Fone 


1-0 


0-0 










1-0 


1979-80 (\1 1 




Akron 


1-0 


0-0 






1-0 






19«H-H9(1IS1 1 




Alabama 


0-1 


0-0 










0-1 


197»-7»(\1 1 




Alccirn Slalo 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








19I!M-<I0(1 Ml 




American 


7-0 


7-0 


7-0 


7-0 








1990-91 (1 Ml 


2001-02 (IM) 


Arizona 0-3 
\C\XToiirnanifnl:0-l 


0-0 
('98 I M 


0-1 
79-87) 






0-1 




1985-86(60 


2001-02 (IM) 


Arizona Slate 


0-1 


0-0 


0-1 










1994-95 II \1) 




Arkansas 


0-1 


0-0 






0-1 






1980-87 ((ISlj 




Armv 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 










1989-90 II M) 




Auburn 


0-1 


0-0 








0-1 




1985-86 IBC) 




Augusla 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








1989-90 It \1) 




Al -Puerlo Rico 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 










1998-99 It \1) 




Ball Stale 


1-0 


0-0 






1-0 






1987-88 IIISI) 




Baltimore 


2-0 


1-0 










2-0 


1978-79 |«l 


1979-80 lAl) 


Bentlev 


1-0 


1-0 








1-0 




1982-83 (BC) 




Boston Collese 


0-1 


0-0 


O-I 










1990-91 HM) 




Boston I ni\ersit\ 


1-1 


1-0 


l-I 


1-0 








1989-90 11 \l) 


1990-91 (UM) 


BOMlinfi Green 


1-0 


1-0 






1-0 






1986-87 (OSl) 




Bradlev 


0-1 


0-0 










0-1 


1981-82 l\l| 




Broun 


3-0 


1-0 








3-0 




1982-83(80 


1984-85(80 


Bucknell 


-1-2 


3-1 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 




2-2 


1978-79 (All 


1994-95 IIM) 


California 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 










1996-97 (l\l) 




Catholic 


-1-0 


2-0 










-1-0 


1978-79 (All 


1981-82 (All 


Central Florida 


1-0 


0-0 










1-0 


1978-79 (All 




Central Michisan 


1-0 


1-0 






1-0 






1987-88 (OSII 




Chaminade 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 










1994-95 (I \l) 




Chicago State 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 








1996-97 (I Ml 


2000-01 (IM) 


Cincinnati 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 










1994-95 (I Ml 




Clemson 


17-11 


10-3 


17-11 


10-3 








1989-90 (I M) 


2001-02 (IM) 


Cleveland Slate 


1-0 


0-0 






1-0 






19II7-K8 (list 1 




Coastal Carolina 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








1999-011 (I Ml 




Colgate 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








1994-95 (LM) 




Coll Ul Charleston fl-l 0-0 0-1 
\CV\ Tournanienl: 0-1 (97 IM. 66-73) 










1996-97 (I'M) 




Colorado State 


1-0 


0-0 






1-0 






1987-88(051) 




Columbia 


1-0 


0-0 








I-O 




1982-83(80 




Conneclicul B-5 3-1 2-2 
NCWTournamenI: 1-1 ISI51M. 89-99): (02 L\l 


0-1 
90-82) 


6-2 




1982-83(60 


2001-02 (LM) 


Coppln Slate 


0-1 


0-1 


0-1 


0-1 








1989-90 (IM) 




Cornell 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








1993-94 (I'M) 




Creishlon 1 -0 0-0 
MAKTournamenl: 1-0 199 1 M 


1-0 
75-63) 










1998-99 (IM) 




l)a\to[i 


1-3 


0-1 


0-1 




1-2 






1986-87 (list 1 


2000-01 (IMI 


Delaware 


4-0 


2-0 










-1-0 


1978-79 (Ul 


1981-82 IAD 


Di-laware State 


3-0 


3-0 


3-0 


3-0 








19WI-9IUI Ml 


2001-02 (IM) 


llePaiil 


2-0 


0-0 


1-0 




1-0 






19mi-H9(llSl 1 


1998-99 (IM) 


lii'iroil 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








2001-02 (I Ml 




Im'Vl 


■1-3 


3-1 










4-3 


1978-79 (Al) 


1981-82 (Al) 


Duke 8-25 
\(;\\Toiirnamenl:l-l 


3-10 7-25 3-10 
('85 BC. 74-73); (01 IM 


8-1-95) 


1-0 




1984-85(80 


2001-02 (IM) 


l)u(|uesne 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








1998-99 (IM) 





ODponenI Career Home at ( W Home at OSl 


atBC 


al4( 


Hist 


Usi 


E. Tennessee State 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 










1989-90 (IMl 




&ans\ille 


0-1 


0-0 


0-1 










1991-92 (IM) 




Fairlield 


1-0 


1-0 








1-0 




1982-83 (BC) 




Fairleisli Dickinson 2-0 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 








1997-98 (IMI 


1999-00 IIM) 


Florida 


2-2 


1-0 






2-2 






1986-87 (OSl) 


1988-89 lOSlI 


Florida Inll 


2-0 


2-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1986-87 lOSlI 


1997-98 (IM) 


Florida Stale 


20-6 


8-3 


20-6 


8-3 








1991-92 (IMl 


2001-02 (IM) 


George Mason 3-0 
\C\\Tournamfnl: 1-0 


1-0 
01 IM 


3-0 
83-801 


1-0 








1989-90 (IM) 


2000-01 (IM) 


George Washinglo 


5-4 


0-1 


3-2 








2-2 


1978-79 (Al) 


2000-01 (IM) 


Georgetown 3-12 
\C\ATaurnaniriil: 1-1 


1-5 
•87 OSl 


2-0 0-1 1-7 
. 79-82): (01 l.M. 76-66) 


0-4 


1978-79 (Al) 


2000-01 (IM) 


Georgia 


0-1 


0-0 


0-1 










1996-97 (IM) 




Georgia Stale 1 -0 
^CUTournanieiil: 1-0 


0-0 
OHM 


1-0 
79-60) 










2000-01 (IM) 




Georgia Tech 


5-13 


9-4 


5-13 


9-1 








1989-90 (I M) 


2001-02 (IM) 


Gellreburg 


2-0 


0-0 










2-0 


1979-80 (Al) 


1980-81 (Al) 


Gonzaga 1-0 
\CUTournanifnl;l-0( 


0-0 

95 Ml 


1-0 

87-63) 










1994-95 (IM) 




Hartford 


l-(l 


1-0 








1-0 




1984-85(80 




Harvard 


2-0 


1-0 










2-0 


1980-81 (U) 


1981-82 (Al) 


Hawaii 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 










1996-97 (IMI 




Holslra 


6-1 


3-0 


2-0 


1-0 






4-1 


1978-79 (Ml 


1998-99 (IM) 


Holv Cniss 


4-0 


2-0 








4-0 




1982-83(80 


1985-86(80 


Howard 


4-0 


4-0 


3-0 


3-0 


1-0 






1986-87 (OSII 


1996-97 (IM) 


Illinois 4-6 2-2 3-1 
XUV Tournanienl: 1-0 ('98 1 M. 67-61 1 


1-0 


1-5 






1986-87 (OSII 


2001-02 (IM) 


Indiana 1-7 
NC« Tournanif nl: 1-0 


0-3 1-0 
02 IM. 64-52) 




0-6 


0-1 




1983-84(80 


2001-02 (IMI 


lona 1-0 
\C« Tournanienl: 1-0 


0-0 
00 IM 


1-0 
74-59) 










1999-00 (IMl 




Iowa 


4-3 


2-1 


1-0 




3-3 






1986-87 |OSl) 


1999-00 (IM) 


Iowa Slate 


1-0 


0-0 








1-0 




1983-84 IBC) 




Jacksonville 


2-1 


1-0 


1-1 


1-0 


1-0 






1986-87 (OSl) 


1990-91 IIM) 


James Madison 


0-1 


0-0 










0-1 


1979-80 |U) 




Kansas 3-0 
\C\\ Tournament: 1-11 


0-0 2-0 
02 IM. 97-881 




1-0 






1986-87 lOSll 


2001-02 (I Ml 


kent Stale 


1-0 


1-0 






1-0 






1988-89 1 OSl) 




kentuckv 3-3 
M:V\Tournaiiienl:2-0 


1-n 

87 OSl 


2-3 
.91-77 


1-0 1-0 
: (02 IM. 78-68) 




1986-87(0811 


2001-02 (I M) 


Lafavette 


(i-1 


4-1 


2-0 


2-0 


1-0 




3-1 


1978-79 (M) 


1 996-97 HM) 


LaSalle 


4-2 


2-1 


2-0 


1-0 






2-2 


1978-79 (Ml 


1994-95 IIM) 


Lehigh 


4-1 


3-0 










4-1 


) 978-79 (M) 


1981-82 (M) 


Long Beach State 


1-0 


0-0 






1-0 






1987-88 (OSl) 




Louisville 


3-1 


1-0 


2-1 


1-0 


1-0 






) 988-89 (OSl) 


2000-01 ((Ml 


l.ovola-Md. 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 








)993-94 (IM) 


1994-95 (IM) 


Maine 


2-0 


1-0 








2-0 




) 983-84 (BC) 


1985-86(80 


Marvtand 


0-2 


0-0 








0-1 


0-1 


1980-81 (All 


1983-84 (BO 


Massachusells 2-4 
\CV\ Tournameni; 10 


0-0 
94 IM 


2-4 
95-87) 










1989-90 (IM) 


1996-97 (IMl 


Md. -Baltimore Co. 


11-0 


11-0 


10-0 


10-0 


1-0 






1987-88 (l)Sl) 


2000-01 (IM) 


Md.-Laslern Shore 


4-0 


4-0 


4-0 


4-0 








1991-92 (IM) 


2000-01 (IM) 



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ESPVcom OUT the past lour seasons. 



Williams addresses tlie fans in the arena and on 
radio alter each home game. 



Wdlianis IS ,i/ii,iis nilliof! to a( commodate fans 
nith autographs. 



Oppoaenl Career Home at (1/ Home at OSl at BC af M First 



Last 



Mtniphis Stale 0-1 0-0 
\( ,V\ Tournameiil: 0-1 |8o BC. 57-591 



I98J-85(BCI 



Mkiiisan 3-5 2-1 1-1 

\Cl\ Tournameni: 0-1 | 94 m. 71-78) 



2-4 



1986-87 lOSll 2000-01 (IM) 



Michigan Stale 4-3 2-1 



3-3 1-0 



Miiinesuta 



4-2 2-1 



4-2 



1984-85 |BC| 1988-89 lOSU) 



Missiiuri 



1-0 



1-0 



19afi-87tHSl I I98R-R9IOSI) 



I9!l".-I)lill\ll 



1997-98 It Ml 



Missuuri-St. Louis 


1-0 


1-0 






1-0 


1 


Monmouth 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 




2 


Morgan State 


3-0 


3-0 


3-0 


3-0 




1 



Mount St. Marys 2-0 2-0 



m7-!iii iiisi I 

iiil-irj I'l W] 

I'lJ-'i: 11 \li 1994-95 IIIMI 
I'I9I-'I_'(I Ml 1997-98 |1M| 



Nebraska 



2-4 1978-79 (\l I 



1981-82 |\l) 



3-0 



1-0 



1987-88 |l)Sl I 



New llam[]shire 5-0 3-0 



1988-89 IIISI I 



Nev\ Mexico 



1-1 



0-0 



4-0 1-0 1980-81 lAl'l l985-8li|BC) 



Norfolk Stale 



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



1987-88 IIISI I 1987-88 (IISII 



North Carolina 12-18 7-6 12-18 7-6 



2000-01 IIMI 2IHII-02IIM) 



NC State 



23-7 13-0 23-7 13-0 



1989-90 II Ml 211111-02(1 Ml 



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



1989-90 II Ml 2001-02 RM) 



3-0 1-0 



3-0 



1998-99 (I Ml 



1982-83 IliCI 



5-1 



1984-85 IBC) 



1986-87 IIISI I 1988-89 lOSlI 



1-0 1-0 



19R3-84IBCI 1999-00 HM| 



1-0 1-0 



1985-86 IBC I 



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



0-1 



1986-87 llisn 



Old Dominion 



2-0 0-0 



1-0 



1988-89 IIISI I 2001-02 IIMI 



Penn State 



0-1 0-0 



0-1 



1-0 19811-81 |M| 1987-88 (fisn 



1989-90 II M| 



Pennsylvania 



2-0 0-0 



2-0 



Plllshurflh 



7-3 3-2 



2-0 



5-3 



1996-97 IIMI 21)00-01 (I'M) 



Princeton 3-0 O-ll 2-0 

NClATaurnanieiit: 1-0 |83 BC, 51-42) 



1-0 



1982-83 |m:| 1998-99 (I Ml 



l9«2-«:i IBC I 



21101-02 II Ml 



Providence 



Puget Sound 



1982-83 IBC) 1991-92 (IM) 



Purdue 



2-4 2-1 



2-4 



1983-84 (BC) 



Radford 



1-0 1-0 



1986-87 (list) 1988-89 ((ISC) 



Randolph-Macon 3-0 2-0 



1988-89 (USD 



Rhode Island 



4-0 2-0 



4-0 2-0 



1-0 2-0 1980-81 (M) 1984-85 (BC) 



1-0 1-0 



1982-83 (BC) 1985-86(60 



Rider 



9-0 5-0 3-0 3-0 



1-0 1980-81 (AC) 



Rutgers 



6-0 1978-79 (Ml 1995-96 |l Ml 



Sacramento Stale 1-0 0-0 



0-1 1980-81 (\l I 



1991-92 II Ml 



1989-90 (I M) 



St. Johns 6-8 4-1 0-1 

JVCUTpiirnamenl: 0- 1 ('99 I M. 63-761 



0-1 1979-80 (Al) 



1-1 5-5 0-1 1978-79 (.\L) 1998-99 (IIM) 



St. Joseph's 



2-4 0-2 



Saint l.nuis 1-0 0-0 1-0 

Nl. V\ Tournanipnl; I -0 ('94 I'M. 74-671 



1-0 1-4 1978-79 (All) 1983-84 (BCI 



1993-94 (CM) 



SI Man's IMil I 3-0 3-0 



St. Michael's 



1-0 



1-0 



3-0 1978-79 (At I 1981-82 (.M.!) 



1982-83 IBC) 



Santa Clara 0-1 0-0 0-1 

NCVVTournami-nl: 0-1 ('96 CM. 79-91) 



1999-011 (I Ml 



1993-96 (I Ml 



Selon Hall 



6-3 3-1 



Siena 2-0 1-0 1-0 

NCUToiirnamenl; 1-0 (02 IM. 85-70) 



1982-83 (BC) 1985-86 (BC) 



1986-87 (OSL) 2001-02 (IM) 



Opponent Career Home 


allM Home al OSl 


alBC 


alii 


First 


Last 


Sonthern Califcu'nia 2-0 


1-0 


2-0 


1-0 






1989-90 (UM) 


1990-91 (UM) 


S(«illi Mjli.jma 1-0 


0-0 








1-0 


1981-82 (.Ml) 




South Carolina 1-3 


0-0 


1-2 


0-1 






1988-89(0811) 


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 
\C«Touriiaraeiil: 1-0 (01 IM. 87-73) 








1998-99 (UM) 


2000-01 (UM) 


Stelsim 1-0 


0-0 








1-0 


1978-79 (,\U| 




Stonehill 3-0 


3-0 






3-0 




1982-83 (BC) 


1984-85 (BC) 


Stony Brook 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






2000-01 (UM) 




Syracuse 3-9 


2-2 






3-8 


0-1 


1978-79 |.\l 1 


1985-86(80 


Temple 3-4 


0-2 


1-1 






1-3 


1 978-79 IM 1 


2001-02 (UM) 


Tennessee 0-1 


0-0 








0-1 


1981-82 (AL) 




Texas 1-0 
\CUTournanirnl: 1-0 


0-0 1-0 
'95 tiM. 82-68) 








1994-95 (UM) 




Texas Christian 1-0 


0-0 






1-0 




1984-85 (BC) 




Texas Tech 1-0 0-0 
\CU Tournament: 1-0 (85 BC 


55-53) 




1-0 




1984-85 (BC) 




Toledo 0-1 


0-0 








0-1 


1980-81 (\U) 




Toyyson 10-0 


6-0 


7-0 


5-0 




3-0 


1979-80 (M) 


1996-97 (UM) 


Trenton Slate 1-0 


1-0 








1-0 


1 978-79 |\l 1 




Tulane 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1999-00 (IM) 




I C Irvine 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1990-91 (IM) 




ICU 1-2 0-0 1-2 
\C,M Tournameni; 0-1 (00 liM. 70-105 








1995-96 |UM| 


1999-00 (UM) 


INC Ashevllle 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1997-98 (I'M) 




I NC Creensboro 1-0 


I-O 


1-0 


1-0 






1991-92 (1 M) 




I NC WilminRton 2-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 




1-0 


1981-82 |\l 1 


1997-98 (UM) 


(inlon 1-0 


1-0 






1-0 




1985-86 (BC) 




llah 1-0 


0-0 


1-0 








1994-95 (UM) 




UahSlate 1-0 
\CV\ Tournameni: 1-0 


0-0 
'98 IM 


1-0 
82-68) 








1997-98 (UM) 




Valdosta Stale 1-0 


0-0 






1-0 




1985-86 (BC) 




\alparaiso 1-0 
\CU Tournameni: 1-0 


0-0 
'99 IM 


1-0 
82-60) 








1998-99 (UM) 




Vanderbilt 1-0 


0-0 




1-0 






1988-89 |OSU| 




\illanova 3-5 


2-2 






3-5 




1982-83 IBCI 


1985-86 |B0 


\lrglnia 16-12 
\CV\ Tournameni: 0-1 


10-3 16-11 
'83 BC. 92-95) 


10-3 


0-1 




1982-83 IBCI 


2001-02 (LM) 


Mrginia Tech 2-0 


1-0 


2-0 


1-0 






1989-90 (LM) 


1990-91 (LM) 


WakePon-st 17-14 


9-5 


15-12 


8-5 


2-0 


0-2 


1979-80 IM) 


2001-02 (UM) 


Washington Ciillege 1-0 


1-0 








1-0 


19811-81 |M ) 




West Chester Stale 4-0 


2-0 








4-0 


1978-79 1 Ml 


1981-82 I.Ui) 


\\est\lrginla 1-4 


1-1 


1-2 


1-0 




0-2 


1978-79 (All 


1992-93 (UM) 


Western Carolina 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1998-99 (I'M) 




Western Kentucky 0-1 


0-0 






0-1 




1982-83 (BC) 




Western Michigan 3-0 


2-0 




3-0 






1986-87(081) 


1988-89 lOSU) 


Whlltier 1-0 


1-0 








1-0 


1981-82 (\l| 




William 4 Mary 5-0 


3-0 


1-0 


1-0 




4-0 


1 978-79 (\l| 


2001-02 |IM) 


Winthmi) 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1999-00 (I Ml 




Wisconsin 6-3 3-0 
NC VA Tournameni: 1-0 (1)2 I M 


1-1 
87-37) 


4-2 


1-0 




1985-86(80 


2001-02 (UM) 


Wvomius 0-1 


0-0 








0-1 


1981-82 (AU) 




481-271 


274-143 


59-41 




72-42 






263-73 


154-35 


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Dave 
Dickerson 

Assistant Coacli 

(Maryland m) 

7th Year at Manland 




Dave Dickerson's sLx-year tenure as an assistant coach 
at Ills alma mater tias coincided with six of the most 
successful years in the history of the program. In addi- 
tion to his indispensable role during Maryland's first- 
ever national championship run in 2002 and the Terps' 
first outright regular-season ACC title since 1980, Terp 
teams have made sL\ NCM Tournament appearances and 
have been ranked among the nation's top 10 each sea- 
son. During Dickerson's six-year career on the Terrapin 
bench, Maryland owns a 152-53 record (.741 winning 
percentage). 

Following Maryland's first trip to the Final Four dur- 
ing the 2000-01 postseason. Dickerson was elevated on 
Gary Williams' staff to take the lead in the Terrapins' 
recruiting and scouting efforts. He has played an inte- 
gral part in Maryland's recruiting efforts during his first 
six seasons at his alma mater, including four recruiting 
classes that were ranked among the nation's best. 

Overall, Dickerson's 12-year coaching career has in- 
cluded 12 straight winning seasons and seven 
postseason appearances. 

Dickerson |oined Williams' staff prior to the 1 996 
97 season and immediately began to put his stamp 
on the program. During his first season. Maryland 
defeated three ranked teams and was ranked as 
high as No. 2 during the year. In 1 997-98. the Terps 
advanced to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCM Tour- 
nament and recorded 2 1 victories including wins 
over No. 1 North Carolina and No. 2 Kansas. A year 
later, Maryland won 28 games, 13 conference 
games and once again advanced to the NCAA's Sweet 
Sixteen. 

The 2000- 

01 season's ac- 
complishments 
and trip to the 
Final Four were 
only eclipsed by 
Maryland's na 
tional title in 2001- 

02 and winningest 
season in history at 32 
4 and 15-1 in the ACC 

Top Recruiter 

Dickerson's success as one 
of the nation's top recruiters has 
translated into success on the court. 
He has been instrumental in attracting 
the Terps' 1997 and 1998 recruiting 
classes, both of which were ranked in the 
top 10 nationally, and a group of newcom- 
ers for 2002 that has been ranked as high 
as fourth in the nation by \an Coleman's 
Future Stars Magazine. Maryland's 1998 
recruiting class was ranked third in the 
nation by Clark Francis of HoopScoop 
Magazine, while the Terps' 1 999 recruit- 
ing class contained three of the nation's 
top players at three different positions. 
Dickerson's most recent efforts helped Maryland to at- 
tract a 2002-03 incoming class of fixe top 100 recruits, 
including McDonald's All-American Travis Garrison. 
NJC.AA first team All-American Jamar Smith and National 




High School Coaches Association player of the year Nik 
Caner-Medley 

Dickerson's scouting and recruiting abilities helped 
the Maryland coaching staff bring All-America guard 
Steve Francis, who was the No. 2 oxerall selection in the 
1999 NBA Draft and finished fourth in ACC Player-of- 
Ihe-Vcar voting, home to the Terrapins. The 2002 draft 
saw three Dickerson recruits - Chris Wilcox. Final Four 
Most Outstanding Player Juan Dixon and two-time NCA.A 
Regional MVP Lonny Baxter - become selections in the 
first two rounds, marking only the second time in school 
history that three Terrapins have been drafted as high. 
In all. Dickerson has recruited and coached two NBA 
lottery picks - Steve Francis (1999) and Chris Wilcox 
(2002) - and four overall first round selections in Keith 
Booth (1997). Francis, Wilcox and Juan Dixon (2002). 
It has been Dickerson's nationwide emergence on the 
recruiting trail that has allowed him to rise so quickly 
up the coaching ladder. 

Prior to coming to Maryland. Dickerson 
was an assistant coach at Radford Uni- 
versity The recruiting classes he 
helped assemble at Radford were 
ranked among the nations best. The 
1994 season saw the Highlanders 
compile a 20-8 record and a school- 
'ccord winning percentage of 71 .4. 
Radford enjoyed the best four-year 
period in its history with winning 
records in each of the seasons 
that Dickerson was an assis- 
tant. 

It was also at 
Radford that 

Dickerson began to 
make his mark as a 
bench coach. 
Radford gained 
national acclaim 
and became one 
of the most suc- 
cessful programs 
in the Big South 
Conference dur- 
ing Dickerson's 
tenure. Radford 
defeated Louisi- 
ana State, 73-72, 
(in Dec. 30, 1993. 
10 gain the big- 
gest victory in 
school history 
The Highlanders 
scored the game- 
w inning basket 
with 2.8 seconds 
remaining in the 
game just after 
l,Sl' had taken 
its first lead of 
the second half. Dickerson was the assistant coach in 
charge of scouting LSU. 



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From Athlete To Coach 

Dickerson played forward at Maryland from 1986-89 
and earned four yarsily lellers. He was co-captain as a 
senior in 1989. Dickerson saw action in the 1986 anil 

1988 NCM Tournaments and was a member of three 
teams that advanced to the AGO Tournament semifinals. 
The Terps won 19 games his freshman year and 18 dur- 
ing his iunior season. Dickerson was a starter on the 

1989 team that became the first No. 8 seed to defeat a 
No. I seed in the ACC Tournament when the Terps 
knocked off NC State. 

In 1991). Dickerson earned his bachelor's degree in 
government and politics fnmi Maryland, and soon after 
he began his coaching career on the staff of Gardner 
Webbl niversityin North (;ai'olina..Aflerayearat Gardner 
Webb he joined former Maryland head coach Lefty 
Driesell at James Madison for a 1992 season that cul- 
minated in a bid to the NIT 

From 1993-96, Dickerson was an assistant coach at 
Radford, where he began constructing his sparkling R'pu- 
tation under former Maryland assistant coach Ron Bra- 
dley 

A native of Olar, S.C., Dickerson earned the team 
award for Greatest Career Contribution in 1989 and for 
Most Improved Player in 1987. Dave is married to the 
former l.aurelte Newsom. a 1 99 1 graduate of Maryland, 
The C(iuple gave birth to their first child, Dave III, on 
Oct. 19. 20(10. 




Dickerson File 

Coaching Experience 

1 990-9 1 Gardner Webb College, Assistant Coach 

1991-92 James Madison University Assistant Coach 

1 993-96 Radford University, Assistant Coach 

1996-present University of Maryland. Assistant Coach 



Assistant Coaching Positions 

Year School Team Xrromplishnients 


1990-91 


Gardner Webb 


South .Mlantic Conference Tournament Finals 


1991-92 


James Madison 


Colonial Athletic Association Tournament Finals • NIT First Round 


1992-93 


Radford 


Big South Tournament, Semifinals 


1993-94 


Radford 


Big South Tournament. Semifinals 


1994-95 


Radford 


Big South Tournament, Semifmals 


1995-96 


Radford 


Big South Tournament, Semifinals 


1996-97 


Maryland 


NCAA Southeast Region First Round 


1997-98 
1998-99 


Maryland 
Maryland 


NCM West Region Semifinals 
NCA\ South Region Semifinals 


1999-00 


Maryland 


NCM Midwest Region Second Round 


2000-01 


Maryland 


NCAA Final Four, West Region Champions 


2001-02 


Maryland 


NCM Champions 



Plafing Experience 



• 1986-89, University of Maryland, basketball lettervvinner 

Playing Honors 

• Maryland team captain, 1989 

• Career Contribution .\ward. 1989 

• Most Improved Player Award, 1987 

Personal 

I'ldiicalldii'. University of Maryland, 1 990, B.A, in government and politics 
Date of Bii'lli: March 29, 1967 
Family: Wife Laurette, son Dave III 




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Patsos 

Assistant Coacli 

(Catholic -89) 

12th Year at 3lanland 




COMCAST CEIVTER WELCOMES THE BOOB IMATIOIMAL CHAMPIOIMS 

Now in his 12th season on Gary Williams' coach- 
ing staff, ,limm\ I'atsos has hccn a part of nearly ex- 
cry season of Williams' 1 -1-year stint at Maryland. 
One of the Terps' three recruiting coaches, Patsos 
has seen the Terps play In nine consecutive NCAA 
Tournaments - which have included the 2002 NCM 
championship, two trips to the Final Kour and five 
Sweet Sixteen appearances. During his tenure with 
the Terrapins. Maryland has finished in the top half 
of the \tlantic Oiasl Conference nine times, won two 
.ACC regular season championships (1994-95 and 
2001-02) and averaged more than 20 wins per sea- 
son. In addition, four players (V\alt Williams in 1992. 
Joe Smith in 1995. Steve Francis in 1999 and Chris 
W'ilco.x in 2002) have been lottery selections in the 
NBA Draft, 

During his career at Maryland, he has coached 1 1 
NBA Draft choices including first I'ound selections 
Williams, Smith, keith Booth (1997), 
Francis, Wilcox and Juan Dixon (2002 
He has been a key component of 
Maryland's success and its current 
legacy of continuity 

He has been a model of consis- 
tencv for the Maryland program, and 
an example of the loyalty and 
longev it\ w hich have cha^ 
acterized Williams' pro- 
gram. After 1 1 vears 




at Williams' side. 
Patsos was recog- 
nized b\ a 2002 pre- 
season annual as the 
second-best assistant 
coach in the country 

Couch And 
Wenfoi' 

The 200 1 -02 sea- 
son saw the focus of 
Patsos' coaching du- 
ties shift from su- 
pervision of the 
Terps' academic af- 
fairs to student-ath- 
lete recruiting and 
opponent scouting. 
Patsos played a key 
role in the advance 
scouting of opponents 
from the season's opening 
tip to the Terps' NC.V\ title 
game in \tlanta. .As a re- 
cruiter, the coach helped 
\lai'\land to land an in- 
coming group for 2002 that lias been 
ranked as high as fourth in the nation by \an 
(loleman's Future Stars Magazine. The class of new- 



comers includes five top 100 recruits, including 
McDonald's Ail-American Travis Carrison. NJC\\ first 
team All-American Jamar Smith and National High 
School Coaches Association Player of the Year Nik 
Caner-Medley. 

Patsos joined the Terrapins as a volunteer assis- 
tant during the 1991-92 season and immediately be- 
came an integral part of Williams' staff. His numer- 
ous responsibilities ha\e centered on opponent scout- 
ing, on-court coaching and the academic de\ elopment 
of .Maryland's players. His role as an academic men- 
tor during his first 10 seasons on Williams' staff 
proved prosperous, as the teams' overall academic 
performance has improved under his guidance. 

Prior to his appointment at Maryland, Patsos was 
the assistant coach at ,\rchbisliop Carroll High School 
in Washington, D.C. He helped Caniill to a 2 1 -8 record 
and a national ranking of No. (i during his hrst sea- 
son belore the team lost to the famed DeMatha 
Catholic High School in the city playoffs. Patsos 
was involved in the maturation of Charles Harrison 
(Wake Forest) and Lawrence Moten (SvTacuse). 
both of whom became stars on the collegiate 
ij^ level. 

Patsos has also cooiilinated the public speak- 
ing engagements of the Terps' players. Prior 
to the summer of 2002. Patsos served 
as the director of the Gary Williams 
basketball camp, coordinating 
counselor management, facility 
and participant scheduling, 
housing, meals and guest 
speakers, .\ttendance during 
the 2000. 2001 and 2002 
summers were the largest 
m camp history. In ad- 
dition to his work with 
^^ the Gary Williams 
camp, he is a fre- 
(|nent speaker at 
( ,inips throughout 
Maryland. Delaware 
and Pennsylvania dur- 
ing the summer 
months. 

I f'Ofit Catholic 
to College Park 

Patsos was a thi-ee-year 
varsity lelterwinner at The 
Catholic University of 
America in Washington, 
D.C. During his career, 
the Cardinals posted a 
record of 51-20. 
Patsos played for the 
lale Jack Bruen. who later led Colgate liniversity to a 
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Catholic won four regular-season tournament 
fhamplonstiips during Fatsos' career, incluciins llu' 
1989 Manliatlanvillc Tournament. Palsos scored a 
career-liifili 17 points and graljlied a career-liigli 14 
rebounds in llie cliauipionsiiip same to lead tlie (lar- 
dinaistoa l()()-99victor\dver Maniiat tain ill(\ Oilier 
top games during ins senior season included 1 2 poiiUs 
and five rebounds vs. Prostburg State. 10 rebounds 
at Scranton and 1 2 points and nine retiounris against 
SI. Mary's (Md.). 

As a junior. I'alsos recorded season highs of 14 
points against I |)sala and 1 1 irbounds against Wash- 
ington (lollege. lie scored 12 points and gralilx'd li\e 
rebounds to lead (lalholic to the championship of the 
Alfred University Charity Cage Classic with a 90-88 
victory over the host Saxons. The Cardinals were 18- 
8 during both his junior and senior years, then a 
school record for \ ictories in a single season. 

Patsos' teammate during the 1987 and 1988 sea- 
sons was current Catholic head coach Mike Lonergan. 
who has led the Cardinals to the Sweet Sixteen of the 
past four NC'\:\ Division III tournaments, including a 
national titie in 200 1 . 

A native of Boston. Mass.. who grew up attending 
games at the Boston Garden, Palsos earned his 
bachelor's degree in history from Catholic in 1989. A 
brother. Chris, captained the Plorida Southern base- 
ball team to the 1981 NCW Di\isi(m II World Scries 
championship. 




Pat§os File 



Coaching Experience 

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

1992-pn'sent Cni\(Tsit\ of Maryland. Assistant Coach 

Assistant Coacliing Positions 

Year School Team Accoiiiplishmeiits 



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 I'irst Round 


1996-97 


Maryland 


NC'W Southeast Region I'irst Round 


1997-98 


Maryland 


NCAA West Region SenuMnais 


1998-99 


Maryland 


NC.'\,A South Region Scmilinals 


1999-00 


Maryland 


NCA'\ Midwest Region Second Round 


2000-01 


-Maryland 


NCAA Final Four. West Region Champions 


2001-02 


Maryland 


NCM Champions 



International Experience 



• Six-game, nine-day toLU' of France with Maryland baslietball team in August of 1994 

• Onc-nuinth tour of Australia with junior (15-17) team in August of 1991 

Plafing Experience 

• 1986-89. Catholic l!nivcrsily. basketball lettcrwinner 

Pla}ing Honors 

• Catholic team captain. t989 

Personal 

Education: Catholic I ni\ersit\, 1989, IIS, in history 
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Matt 
Kovarik 

Assistant Coacit 

(Maijland 98) 

2nd Year at Blanland 





COMCAST CEIVTER WELCOMES THE eOOS IVATIOIMAL GHAMPIOIVS 

One year in coaching, one national championship 
- not a bad start for former Terrapin Matt Kovaril<, 
who joined the Maryland staff last season after a solid 
playing career with the Terps from 1 994 to 1 998. A 
steady, defense-oriented guard. Kovarik lettered for 
four seasons under Gary Williams and finished his 
collegiate career with what was then a Marsland 
record nine appearances in NCM Tournament 
games. Now in a different capacity, a march to 
the national title can be added to Kovarlk's al- 
ready impressive list of postseason accolades. 

He was the first player in Maryland history In 
play on five straight teams that finished in the 
top half of the .\CC. He concluded his ca- 
reer after playing in 129 games, 
which trails only Juan Dixon (141). 
Lonny Ba.xter (138). Mike 
Mardesich (137). Terence Morris 
(1 36) and Len Bias (131) in the 
Terrapin record book. 

.As a freshman. Kovarik was 
an honorable mention pick for 
the ,ACC .All-Freshman team, 
and as a sophomore was part 
of the Terps' 1995 ACC regu- »^ 

lar season championship. He 
played on NCAA Tournament 
leams in 1994. 1995, 1997 and 
1998 - and helped the Terps ad- 
vance to the Sweet Si.xteen three 
times. 

To Laii School And 
Back Again 

kovarik. who recently com 
pleted his first year of law school, 
began his coaching career in 
summer 2001. assuming the 
program's role in managing day- 
to-day schedules with student- 
athletes. Kovarik works with 
the Maryland players, the ath- 
letics department's .Academic 
Support and Career Develop- 
ment unit, and many of the 
professors on campus to en- 
sure that the team's academic 
responsibilities are met. Over 
the course of his first season, 
he also contributed In ad- 
vance scouting and on-the 
court coaching, which he will 
continue in 2002-03. 

■As the co-director of the 
Gary Williams summer 
basketball camp. Kovarik 
helps coordinate the 





management of the coaches, the scheduling of the 
facilities, housing, meals and guest speakers. Kovarik 
was largely responsible for the oversight of the 2002 
summer camp, which boasted the largest attendance 
in camp history following the Terps' run to the NCAA 
title. 

A member of the All-ACC .Academic 
team as a junior. Kovarik won the Terps' 
•scholar-athlete award in three consecu- 
ii\e seasons from 1996 to 1998. Fol- 
h i\\ ing commencement Kovarik worked 
iiH' Xerox in New \brk City for two years 
before attending the University of Mar>'- 
land School of Ijaw in Baltimore. 

"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 plaver that could 

%\ guard anyone fmm a point 

', guard to a small forward. " 

commented Williams on 

Ko\arik's hiring prior to 

the 2001-02 season. 

"He has a very good 

knowledge of the game. 

and relates well to our 

players." 



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Kovarik averaged 2.4 points, 
2.0 assists and 1 .7 rebounds while 
playing 1 5 minutes per game dur- 
ing his senior campaign with the 
Terps. Maryland finished 2 1-1 1 in 
his senior season, capping a ca- 
reer that saw Maryland post five 
straight winning seasons and five 
straight NC.A.A Tournament ap- 
pearances. The Terrapins were 
103-55 during his five-year ca- 
reer. 

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 career-high eight assists 

at Missouri two games later. 

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



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Coaching Experience 

2(l()l-present University of Maryland, Assistant Coarh 



\§sistant Coaching Positions 



School 



Team A croniplish nients 



2001-02 



Maryland 



NCMCIi .iMiiH 



Playing Experience 

• 1994-98, Iniversily of Maryland, baskptbail Ictterwinner 

• Appearances in nine NCA_A Tournament games 

• 129 games is sixth in Maryland history 

Playing Honors 

• Honorable mention ACC All-Freshman team. 1994 

• ACC All-Academic team. 1997 

• Maryland scholar-athlete. 1996-98 

Personal 

Ivduralion: t ni\ersily of Maryland. 1998. U.S. in business 

I ni\ersity iif Maryland Law School, one year 
Dale of Birth: January 24. 1975 



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Syracuse. 1994. as the Terps made their run to the lirst of nine consecutlie \CA \ Tournament berths. 

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Wainwright 

Director of Basketball 

Operations 

(Maryland 90) 

7th Year at flan /anrf 




'IVoN WiiinwriKhl. the clireclor ol' bnskt'lball opcra- 
tiuns, is in his seventh year as a member of Gary Wil- 
liams' staff. He is an essential part of the success of 
the team, both on and off the court, and is respon- 
sible for the administration of the basketball office. 

Wainwrighl is responsible for all inlernal opera- 
lions of the basketball profiram and ser\es as a liai- 
son lo llic athletic department including Hcborali Viw. 
Maryland's director of alhlelics. He is in\ol\cd in llic 
day-to-day operations of the team, includinf; bud^jcl- 
ary matters, team travel, on-campus housinii; and din- 
ing contracts. In addition. VVainwrlghl is responsible 
for non-conference scheduling and works with the con- 
ference office to coordinate the Terps' A(;C schedule. 

\ nalive of Berlin. Md.. Walnwright has played an 
inlegral role In the Terps' success since his arri\al. 
The Terps have appeared in the NC.V\ rournamcnl six 
times, advanced to tlie semifinals of tlie ;\C(; Tourna- 
ment sL\ times, and have averaged 25 wins during his 
six seasons with the team. In both 1998 and 1 999 the 
Terps advanced to the Sweet Sixteen of the NC.W Tour- 
nament, and in 1999. Maryland won 28 games and 
was ranked fifth in the nation. In 1998. the Terps 
played the nation's toughest schedule according to the 
Sagarin ratings and were ranked Ijth in the hnal na- 
tional polls. In 2001 . the Terps advanced to the Kinal 
Four and were ranked No. 4 in final rankings by USA 
7'orfa,v/ESPN, and of course, in 2002 the Maryland 
basketball family captured its Hrst-ever national cham- 
pionship and linisheri with a No. 1 ranking. 

XmongWainwrighl's chief responsil)ilili('s is llie ad- 
ministration of leant travel plans. Wainwrigld coordi- 
nates all transporlation (air 
and ground) as well as ho- 
tel accommodations. Dur- 
ing his tenure. VVainwrlghl 
has successfully coordi- 
nated travel to six NC.VV 
Tournaments. sLx ACC Tour- 
namenls. Hawaii, Puerto 
Rico and Madison Square 
Garden, as well as every 
regular season game. Wain- 
wright successfully di- 
rected the Terrapins up and 
down the East Coast during 
last season's NCAA cham- 
pionship run. 

Wainw right serves as 
llic dircclor of the annual 
Gary VVilliams golf tourna- 
ment that raises money to 
endow scholarships for the 
basketball program. The 



lournamenl has raised more than $150,000 during 
Ihe six years since Wainwright's arrival. As tourna- 
ment director. Wainw right helps solicit sponsorships 
and participants, and helps with course management 
on the day of the event. In addition, he coordinates 
team and indi\idual player awards and a silent auc- 
tion. 

Wainwrighl also serves as the co-direcl(n' of the 
Gar\ Williams basketball camp each summer. He 
helps coordinate virtually every aspect of the camp 
including housing, meals and camp speakers. The 
201)2 Gary Williams camp was the largest in its his- 
tory, attracting more than 1,200 overnight campers 
over a tlu'ce-week period in the summer following the 
Terps' title run. 

4 Terp Returns 

VVainwrlghl received his bachelor of science degree 
in sociolog\ from the I niversity of Maryland in 1990. 
Viler graduating Irom Maryland he worked as an ac- 
count manager with the Washington Bullets from 
1992-199-1 and as an adxcrlising account executive 
at the Wiishinfiton '/'/mcs from 1994-96. 

W'ainwright served as head manager for the bas- 
ketball team during Williams' first season at Mary- 
land. 199(1. and accompanied the Terps as they ad- 
vanced lo the second round of the National Invitation 
'I'ournainenl. He served as an assistant manager for 
the three years preceding Williams' arrival in Gollegc 
Park. 



Wainwright File 

Expeiience 

1 996-present t niversity of Maryland. Director of Basketball Operations 

Operations Positions 



^ear 


School 


Tram Arromplishments 


1996-97 


Marvland 


iNC.\A Southeast Region First Round 


1997-98 


Maryland 


NCW West Region Semifinals 


1998-99 


Marvland 


NCAV South Region Semirmals 


1999-00 


Maryland 


NCAV Midwest Region Second Round 


2000-01 


Maryland 


NC^A Final Four, West Region Champions 


2001-02 


Maryland 


NCAA Champions 



Previous Experience 

• 1986-90, liniversily of Marvland, I'eam Manager 

Personal 

Ediiralion: I'niverslly of Maryland. 1990. B.S.. sociology 

DaU'OrBlrlh: June7. 1967 

l<'ainily: Wife Noelle (nuirricd. Vugusl HI. 2002) 



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J.J. Bush 

Athletics Trainev 

(Florida State 69) 

31st Year at Maijland 



J.J. Bush is in his 10th season as the athletic trainer 
for Gary Williams and the Terps men's basketball pn)- 
fjram. The pasi decadf represents his second stint work- 
ing with the program for the I niversit\ of \lar\land 2!i- 
\ear Seniee .\ward winner, as he was also the team's 
irainerfnim 1972-1971). 

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

Bush came to the university in 1972 as an assistant 
trainer and began working immediately with the men's 
basketball team. The team won the Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference regular season championship in 1973 and aver- 
aged 23 wins per season during his first stint. 

Beginning in 1976. Bush served as the primary trainer 
lor the Maryland football team, and from 1978 to 1992 
was Maryland's head athletics trainer. During his lli- 
\ ear era managing the training needs of the football team, 
the Terps claimed four \CC championships and played 
in nine bowl games. In 1992 he returned lo Cole Kield 
House, assuming title as an assistant to the athletics 
direclor while laking primary care of the .Maryland bas- 
ketball team. 

In addition lo his training duties. Bush teaches basic 
and advanced courses on care and prevention of athletic 
injuries in Maryland's College of Health and Human Per- 
formance, and is a frequent lecturer throughout the mid- 
\tlantic region of Ihe I nited States. 

Bush is active in the National Athletic Trainers Asso- 
ciation (N.ATA). and has worked e\tensi\ely within the 
organization on improving athletic training methods. He 
has sened on the governmental affairs committee at Ihe 



national level and Is a past president of Ihe Maryland 
Athletic Trainers Association. 

.A native of Pi. Lauderdale. Fla.. Bush. 34. graduated 
from Florida Slate Iniversiu in 1969. He and his wife 
Gina have two children. Brandon and Jordan 





Former I niversityof Marvland men's basketball team 
captain Kurlis Shultz is in his fourth season as the 
strength and conditioning coach of the Terrapins. His 
first three seasons as the Terps' strength coach have 
resulted in one national championship, two trips to the 
NCA.A Final Four and three Sweet 16 appearances. 

Shultz came to Maryland from Loyola College (Md.) 
where he had worked for the previous four years. W 
Loyola he instituted a strenuous off-season kick-bo.\ing 
program as a supplement to the school's overall strength 
and conditioning program. 

Shullz played in 67 games from 1 992-93 for the Terps 
and was a member of two NC V\ Tournament teams. He 
was a member (if Maryland's 1994 and 1 993 teams which 
advanced to the Sweet Si.Meen of the NCAA Tournament. 
He was a forward on the Terps' basketball leam after 
playing two years at DeMatha High School under the 
legendary Morgan Wootten. 

An avid weightlifter and luidy builder since his pre- 
college days. Shultz has established a thriving personal 
training, bodv-building and self-defense business in the 
Baltimore area. He has l)een a private personal trainer 
to Baltimore Ravens' linebacker Ra\ Lewis and has 
worked as a consultant and kick-boxing instructor with 
the Ravens for the past three years. He also been iv- 
sponsible for the strength training of more than a dozen 
professional lacmsse players in the Baltimore area. 

In addition to his duties at Maryland. Shultz is direc- 
lor of strength and conditioning for four sports at Johns 
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Strength & Conditioning 

Coach 

(Maijland '95) 

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Pat Shannon Cleo Long-Thomas Carole Bucco 



Video Coordinator 

(Maryland '95) 

7th Year at Blaryland 

Pat Shannon is in his fourth season directing video 
services for the mens basl^etball team. Shannon, who 
was promoted in January 




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2001 lo head the coaches' 
video and production needs 
of the Maryland athletics de- 
partment, is in his seventh 
year at the university and 
has worked with Gary Will- 
iams' staff since 1999. 

As the video coordinator 
for mens basketball. 
Shannon's specific duties in- 
clude: breakdown and edit- 
ing of opponent game film and scout tapes, filming all 
Maryland games, editing self-scout tapes and player clips, 
and coordinating the acquisition, dubbing and manage- 
ment of the opponent game film library 

Shannon has accompanied the Terps to their last three 
NCAA Tournaments, including Maryland's two Final Four 
appearances. Throughout the year he works to oversee 
the video needs of the athletics department's 25 inter- 
collegiate sports programs with the exception of day-to- 
day football duties. As construction of the Comcast Cen- 
ter has come to completion in 2002, Shannon has over- 
seen the design and implementation of the video opera- 
tion and production facility, including the video boards 
used during Maryland athletics department events and 
other university-wide activities. 

A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Shannon received a de- 
gree in iournalism from Maryland in 1995. 




Administrative Assistant to tite 

Head Coacli 

t3tti Year at Maryland 

Cleo Long-Thomas is in her 13th season as the ad- 
ministrative assistant to head coach Gary Williams and 
her 1 5th year overall at the 
liniversity of Maryland. She 
coordinates the professional 
schedules of Coach Williams 
and the assistant coaching 
staff. In addition, she is re- 
sponsible for the overall ad- 
ministration and the day-to- 
day managerial duties of the 
basketball office. 

Long-Thomas coordi- 
nates Williams' schedule for 
departmental meetings, out-of-town speaking engage- 
ments and appearances. She also coordinates travel ar- 
rangements for the entire coaching stafL During the sea- 
son, she produces the daily practice plans for the coach- 
ing staff and is responsible for all of the senior day ac- 
tivities at the Pinal home game of each season. In the 
postseason, Long-Thomas plans and coordinates the 
Terps' annual honors baniiuel including all invitations, 
decorations, seating and banquet room setup. The origi- 
nal administrative coordinator of the Gary Williams Bas- 
ketball Camp. Long-Thomas still assists with day-to-day 
camp activities such as application and registration. 

Long-Thomas and her husband, Jocquin, are the proud 
parents of three children-, T>Tone, 34, Jabari, 28, and 
Raven, 19. She also has two grandchildren. T.J., 6, and 
Jovan, 2. 



Administrative Assistant to the 
Assistant Coaches 
(Ylaijland 93) 
4th Year at Maryland 

Carole Bucco is in her fourth year working with the 
liniversity of Maryland men's basketball program, serv- 
ing as the administrative as- 
sistant to the assistant 
coaches for recruiting, 

Bucco coordinates all re- 
cruiting correspondence and 
mail-outs to prospective 
members of the team. In ad- 
dition, she assists the 
coaches in preparation of 
scouting reports and with 
film exchange throughout 
the season and is respon- 
sible for assisting in the coordination, planning and reg- 
istration of the annual Gary Williams summer basket- 
ball camp, 

Bucco graduated from the University of Maryland in 
1993, Upon commencement, she worked for the Univer- 
sity of Maryland, University College for two years, and 
then for two small companies before reluming to her 
alma mater. 

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




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Alike Cefaraiti GeolT Gilbert 

Asst. Equipment Massage 

Mamiser Speeialist 



Jilliuii (itiiil 
Otnce Assist anl 



MevJM (■Jllium 
OfHee Assistant 



Brian Caianaugh 
Head }lanager 





kenny Beaver Blair Donahue Ohin Ga!ilon 



Breni ilarlnian Jamie Hollander Ylatt Holmes 



8ean Parker 



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Steve Blake 


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Tahi Hdlden 


5'! 


Calvin McCall 


58 


Drew Nicholas 


611 


Ryan Randle 


63 


Andre Collins 


65 


Mike Grinnon 


67 


Nik Caner-Medlev 


69 


Travis Garrison 


70 


John Gilrhrlst 


71 


Darien Henry 


72 


Chris \lfCrav 


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.laniar Smith 


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Steve Blake 

Guard 

Miami Lalies. Fla. 

(Oali Hill (\a.) Academy) 

6-3 • 172 • Senior. 3V 





On Blake: Senior point guard and Aii-America candidate 
who has played his way among the country's elite ball-han- 
dlers and pla>Tnakers ... has developed a knack lor crunch- 
time scoring in hig games, and has pul up his hest numhers 
against the Terps' l)est competition ... Maryland is 82-25 
wilh a national championship and Iwo trips lo ihe Final 
Four, with Blake as its starting point guaixl through three 
college seasons ... Maryland's all-time assists leader wilh 
751 ... already boasts three of Maryland's lop four seasons 
for assists, including 248 as a sophomore and 286 as a 
junior ... averages 7.3 points and 7.0 assists per game 
thixiugh his career ... ACC assist leader Ihe past two sea- 
sons including a Maryland season record of 7.t) per game 
while leading Ihe Terps to an ACC regular season title and 
the NC.'V\ championship ... enters his senior season 
ranked fihh among ACC career leaders in assist ave^ 
age (7.021 ... is ninlh in ACC history' in career assists 
(751) ... is on pace lo challenge the top assist-mak- 
ers In NCAA and ACC history and become pisl the 
fourth college player ever to ivgister 1,000 assisis 
(Bobhy Hurley Duke. 1.076; Chris Corchiani. M: 
State. I.0;)8: Ed Cola. North Carolina. 1.030) ... 
needs 221 points and 249 assists lo reach 1.000 
poinlsaiid 1. 000 assisis in his career ... ranks sev- 
enth in school history wilh 1 18 career 3-poinlers 
... ranks sixth in school history with 184 
steals ... starter in — —^ 
105 of 107 games 
since arriving al 
Maryland as a true 
freshman, includ- 
ing 78 consecullM' 

\\ illiiiiiis on Blake: 'Sle\e 

Blake has done e\ery1hing you can ask any point 
guard lodo. Steve's been a three-year starter. He's 
got a chance to become a leader of this year's learn. 
His experience Irom winning a national chani|ii- 
oMship certainly makes him one of the lop iv- 
lurning point giiarils in Ihe counlry Ihis year. He's 
pla\ed againsi all olthe gival point guards that 
ha\e played in the last Ihree years. I don't think *, 
any poini guai-d has done more h)r his team than 1 
Sle\e has done tor our learn. I think he is a defi- 
nile \11-Anierica candidale for his seinor year." 

2001-02: Started all 36 games of Terps' nalional 
championship team of 2002 , , , rerrapin lloor leader 
who achieved honorable mention All-America, thini 
leain \ll-\C(l honorable menlion \11-ACC Delen- ; 
si\e team and second team ,\i;(; All-Tournamenl hon- 
ors ... led Ihe ACC in assisis for the second slraighl 
season wilh a school ix'cord 7.9 assisis per game ... 
became Maryland's career assisis leader as a junior 
wilh a new total of 751. and he eslablished a new 
single-season record with 286 ... career-high with 10 
reb(}unds againsi Arizona al Ihe Coaches vs. Cancer 
IKON Classic ... eslablished a career sccjring high with 
20 |)oinls one nighl later vs. Temple in Ihe Coaches vs. 
(lancer IKON Classic, and surpas.sed thai wilh 2 1 points 
vs. \C Slate in Ihe ACC fournamenl ... new career- 
high 14 assisis againsi North Carolina ... career-high 
with four blocked shots in Maryland's 76-63 win cncr 
No. 2 Illinois ... had 13 assisis againsi Duke m Feb. 
17 lo lie the Maryland all-time assisis ivcord. breaking the 
mark one game later al (llem.son ... dished his 700lh career 
assist in his lOOth cairer game, againsi Florida Slate in 
Ihe \CC Tlournament ...third double-double of ihe seasiui 



came in the ACC Tournament vs. NC State, adding 1 1 as- 
sists lo a career-high 21 points and a career high-tying six 
steals ... posted second straight ilouble-douhle and lourlh 
of Ihe year wilh 1 1 points and 1 1 assisis in the NC'U First 
Round game vs. Siena ... registered 1 1 assisis in the NC.»V^ 
national semifinal game vs. Kansas. 

2000-01: Slarled all 36 games of Terps' Final Four run of 
2001 ... Terps' lloor leader who led the \CC in assisis. 6.9 
per game, and a school record 248 overall . . . first Terrapin 
to lead the league in assisis since John Lucas in 1974 ... 
assist average ranked ninlh nallonally ... honorable men- 
lion A11-.\CC. though Ihe second-li'ading vote-getter among 
point guards ... in the NC.U Tournament, averaged 9.4 
points and 6.0 assisis. shot 56.7 percent ( 17 of 30) from 
the Held and 50 percent (6 of 12) from 3-poinl range ... 
averaged 7.0 points and 10.0 assists in two games of ihe 
ACCrournament ... in the .ACC semifinal against Duke, 
registered 1 1 assists and buried a 3-poinler with 
8.1 seconds remaining lo knot Ihe score at 82 ... 
had just the second double-double of his ca- 
reer with an 1 1 -point. 1 1 -assist perhir- 
mance in Maryland's n)ad win al Duke ... 
perhaps bis l)esl game was his 1 1-point. 
nine-assist ouling against the Devils al 
Cole Field House ... (luring Ihal game, 
he limileil court ri\al and former ISA 
leammale .lay Williams to jusi 1 3 points, 
wilh 10 tinnovers, hefoix' Blake touted out 
wilh 1:51 in ivgulalion ... limiled Will- 
iams to a combined 26 points anil 10 
assisis in two regular season meelings 
■ against Duke ... season-high eight re- 
bounds occurred \s. Duke in the ACC 
t Tournament, and vs. Norfolk Slale on 
i( Dec. 23 ...career-high 1 3 assisis came 








again.st Stony Brook on Dec. 6 ... in- 
creased his scoring late In the season, 
scoring in double ligures in nine of his 
last 18 games ... averaged 8.6 points 
in his final 18 games, compared lo 5.2 
in the firsl half of Ihe season ... shot 
50 perceni (24 of 48) fix>m 3-polnt 
range during the last half of the sea- 
son ... hit all thix'e 3-point atlempls 
againsi Stanford in the NCW West Re- 
gion linal ... scored 13 points in each 
of the Terps' final NCAA Tourney 
games against Slanford and Duke. 



1999-00: ACC All-Freshman team, 
himorable menlion All-ACC and honor- 
able menlion ACC All-Defensive feam ... 
starling iioinl guard lor 33 ol 35 games 
plaved during his llrsl college season ... 
li (I Terps wilh 6.2 assisis and was third 
lUnongall NC.AV Ireshmen ... Ihe fifth hx-sh- 
man ever lo lead Ihe Terps in assisis ... 
seiond cm Ihe learn with 2.0 steals ... fourth 
in Ihe A(;c in Ijolh sleals and assisis ... set 
, Terrapin lix'shman record wilh 217 assisis 
w bile lying the class mark wtlh 7 1 sleals ... 
supplanted former Terp greal John l.ucas 
as Ihe freshman assisis leader ... became 
jusi the fourth Maryland player ever lo siu'pass 200 assisis 
in a season ... finished his fix'shmau campaign wilh Ihe 
second-best assist figure in Maryland history, just lour shy 
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were sixth all-time, tied with former ftarU'iii (ilubftiDlters 
star Johnny Are" Rhodes ... was second on Terps with 37 
3-poinl field goals, and fifth in seoring with 7.0 points per 
game ... increased his scoring as the season continued, 
scoring in double figures in four straight games entering 
the .ACC Tournament (14.3 avg.| ... one of four Terrapin 
starters to average at least 30 minutes per game (31.9) ... 
scored his season-high 1 7 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 1 1 assists vs. Tulane and Illinois ... had 10 vs. 
Florida State, and three games with nine assists (at .NC 
State, at UNC. at Wake Forest). 

High School: (iraduated from dak Hill .\cademy in 1999 
... cumpileri an amazing 100-4 high school record between 
three different schools ... .\ll-.\merica honorable mention 
selection follon ing his senior season by ( SM Today. . . named 
the runner-up for the "Mr Basketball" award in the state of 
Virginia following his senior season at Oak Hill ... ranked 
as the second-best prep point guard by recruiting analyst 
Bob Gibbons ... ranked as the si.\th-best point guard enter- 
ing the collegiate ranks in 1 999-00 by recruiting expert Brick 
Oettinger ... named as the 44th-best overall player in the 
prep class of 1999 by'Recruiler'a Handhook and the ACC 
Area imports Journal ... in the final game of his high school 
career. Blake led a team of .\C(] future stars past a team of 
future SEC stars. 1 45- 1 1 5. in Reuiolds Coliseum on the NC 
State campus in the Fila/IS.A Hoops Challenge ... helped 
lead the Capital team to victory in the I). C. -area Capital 
Classic ... \l Oak Hill: Started at point guard and aver- 
aged 8.8 points and 7.3 assists as Oak Hill was named the 
high school national champion b\ ( SA Today. ESPN and the 
Associated Press ... Oak Hill continued its outstanding tra- 
dition 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 2,"i nationally ranked teams 
during the season ... scored 16 points and added 10 as- 
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1 31 


6-7 


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4-5 


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1 29 


1-8 


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0-3 


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2-6 


8 


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3 


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N24 Delaware State 1 


1 30 


2-4 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


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1-4 


5 





5 


3 








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1 36 


3-7 


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2-3 


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2-4 


.500 


0-4 


4 


9 


9 


4 


4 


1 


10 


1)2 Princeton 1 


1 37 


1-6 


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0-1 


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9-9 


1000 


0-1 


1 


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6 


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4 


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1 37 


3-8 


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0-3 


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1-0 


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9 


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1 28 


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0-2 


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1 26 


1-4 


.250 


1-3 


.333 


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0-1 


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7 


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t 36 


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2-8 


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1-3 


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D30 NCSt.ilc 1 


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4 


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3 


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3-6 


.500 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


0-5 


5 


1 


9 


2 


1 





7 


,19 North Camlina 1 


1 32 


4-8 


.500 


3-4 


.750 


1-2 


.500 


1-8 


9 





14 


3 








12 


.113 ('iciirgia Tech 1 


1 24 


0-2 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


4-4 


1.000 


0-1 


1 


5 


5 


7 








4 


.117 Duke t 


1 32 


2-5 


.400 


1-4 


,250 


0-0 


.000 


0-3 


3 


1 


8 


6 





1 


5 


J2(l i^lemson 1 


1 32 


1-5 


.200 


1-5 


.200 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


4 


3 


13 


9 





1 


4 


,123 W.ike Forest 1 


1 37 


7-11 


.636 


3-4 


7.50 


2-2 


1.000 


1-1 


2 


2 


3 


2 





2 


19 


,l2(i Florida Stale 1 


I 32 


0-5 


.000 


0-3 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


3 





9 


9 





1 





,131 Mrginia t 


1 20 


4-7 


.571 


1-1 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 





2 


4 


3 





1 


11 


F3 XC Slate t 


1 31 


3-7 


.429 


2-5 


.400 


4-4 


1.000 


0-5 


5 


2 


6 


3 





2 


12 


Fill Xorlh Carolina t 


1 32 


4-7 


.571 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-4 


4 


2 


9 


3 





2 


9 


FI3 CenrgiaTech t 


I 32 


2-4 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


1-3 


4 


1 


8 


I 




2 


5 


FI7 Duke 1 


1 37 


3-8 


.375 


0-3 


.000 


2-3 


.667 


0-6 


6 


3 


13 


1 




3 


8 


F2II Clemson t 


1 31 


1-6 


.167 


1-3 


.333 


4-4 


1.000 


2-2 


4 


3 


9 


5 




1 


7 


F24 Wake Forest 1 


1 34 


4-11 


.364 


0-5 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


9 


2 


13 


3 




1 


8 


F27 Florida State 1 


1 30 


2-6 


.333 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


0-6 


6 


2 


12 


3 




1 


5 


\13 \irginia 1 


1 28 


4-7 


.571 


3-4 


.750 


4-6 


.667 


0-0 





2 


10 


4 







15 


\lf) Florida Slate 1 MXI 1 


1 31 


4-6 


.667 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


1-4 


5 


1 


7 


4 





5 


10 


\19 NC Slate | \CC| t 


1 38 


7-9 


.778 


2-4 


.500 


5-6 


.833 


0-5 


5 


3 


11 


4 





6 


21 


Mi:> Siena |Ni:\\| 1 


1 33 


4-9 


.444 


3-7 


.429 


0-0 


000 


1-4 


5 


2 


11 


3 


1 


2 


11 


Ml 7 Wisriinsin INCUl 1 


1 30 


1-4 


.250 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


3 


4 


1 





1 


3 


M22 Kenluck\ |NCA.\| 1 


1 31 


2-9 


.222 


0-3 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


1-2 


3 


3 


5 


4 





2 


4 


M24 Connecticut |NC,A.^| 1 


1 27 


1-3 


.333 


l-l 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


1-3 


4 


3 


6 








1 


5 


M30 Kansas INC.WI 1 


7 32 


1-7 


.143 


1-4 


.230 


5-9 


.556 


0-3 


3 


4 


11 


5 





1 


8 


.\1 Indiana INC.WI 1 


1 33 


2-6 


.333 


0-3 


,000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-6 


6 


2 


3 


4 





2 


6 


Blahes 2000-01 Game-by-Game Statistics (Soptiomore) 

Dalp Opponcnl C-CS VHll. F«-» Pel. 3FG-\ Pel. l'T-\ Pel. 


0-D 


■nil 


PF 


\ 


TO 


B 


s 


PIS 


N2U Louisville 1 


1 23 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


1-1 


1 .000 


0-1 


1 


1 


9 


3 





1 


3 


N2I Illinois 1 


1 30 


2-8 


.250 


1-4 


.250 


3-4 


.750 


0-4 


4 


2 


6 


3 


1 





8 


N22 DaMon 1 


1 28 


2-8 


.2,50 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


0-4 


4 


3 


5 


5 





1 


5 


N29 Wisconsin I 


1 34 


3-8 


.375 


2-4 


.500 


4-4 


1.000 


1-1 


2 


5 


7 


2 


1) 


1 


12 


D2 .Michigan 1 


1 25 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-2 


2 


2 


5 


4 


1 


3 


2 


D3 lieo. Washington 1 


I 29 


0-5 


.01111 


0-2 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


1 


4 


6 


3 





1 


1 


D(i Ston\ Brook 1 


1 23 


1-4 


,250 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-3 


3 


1 


13 


1 





4 


3 


D9 Pennsylvania 1 


1 27 


3-5 


.600 


1-2 


.500 


3-8 


.375 


1-6 


7 


2 


3 


1 


1 


2 


10 


Dt3 tiMBC 1 


1 25 


2-5 


.400 


1-2 


.500 


2-2 


1.000 


0-3 


3 


1 


10 


2 





4 


7 


D23 Nnrfolk State 1 


1 25 


4-8 


.500 


2-3 


.667 


0-0 


.000 


5-3 


8 


3 


9 


1 





9 


10 


D27 Chicago Slate 1 


1 24 


3-4 


.750 


2-2 1.000 


0-0 


.0110 


3-3 


6 


2 


12 


1 





1 


8 


D30 UMES 1 


1 23 


0-4 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-3 


3 


3 


8 


5 





2 





J2 Clemson 1 


■1 13 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 





4 


6 








1 





J6 Georgia Tech I 


1 29 


2-3 


.400 


0-1 


,000 


9.9 


1 .000 


1-1 


2 


2 


9 


5 





2 


6 


Jin North Carolina 1 


1 27 


2-9 


.222 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


3 





4 


1 





4 


5 


J 14 Florida State 1 


1 22 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


1 





1 


3 








5 


Jt7 Wake Forest 1 


1 31 


1-6 


.167 


0-3 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 





1 


4 


4 








4 


J21 NC State 1 


1 31 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-2 


2 


2 


4 


5 





3 


5 


J27 Duke 1 


1 29 


4-10 


.400 


1-4 


.250 


9.9 


1.000 


0-1 


1 


5 


9 


3 





1 


11 


J3I Virginia 1 


■1 34 


1-7 


.143 


0-1 


.000 


4-5 


.800 


1-1 


2 


2 


9 


3 





2 


6 


F4 Clemson 1 


1 35 


4-9 


.444 


2-5 


.400 


2-2 


1.000 


0-4 


4 


1 


5 


1 


2 


3 


12 


Ffi Georgia Tech 1 


1 38 


2-3 


.400 


1-3 


.333 


fl-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


2 


6 


3 


1 


2 


5 


FIO North Caitilina 1 


1 35 


4-9 


.444 


3-8 


.375 


0-0 


.000 


0-6 


6 


3 


5 


2 





3 


11 


Ft 4 Florida State 1 


-1 25 


3-R 


.500 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


3-3 


6 


5 


10 


3 





1 


8 


Ft 7 Wake Forest t 


-1 37 


4-7 


.57! 


2-3 


.667 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


3 


1 


4 


3 








10 


F2U NC State 1 


-1 27 


5-9 


.556 


3-6 


.500 


2-2 


1.000 


2-4 


6 





9 








1 


15 


F24 Oklahoma t 


■1 33 


0-4 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


2-4 


.500 


0-1 


1 


1 


5 


3 





3 


2 


F27 Duke t 


-1 38 


3-8 


.375 


1-2 


.300 


4-4 


1.000 


1-3 


4 


3 


11 


8 





2 


11 


M3 \irglnla 1 


■1 16 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 


4 


4 


2 





1 


2 


M9 Wake Forest I.ACCI 1 


-1 28 


3-7 


.429 


3-5 


.600 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


1 


9 


4 








9 


MIO Dukel.AIXl 1 


-1 34 


2-6 


.333 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


000 


1-7 


8 


2 


11 


6 





1 


5 


MI5 Geo. Mason INCA.M 1 


-1 33 


6-8 


.750 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


000 


0-1 


1 


3 


6 


3 


1 





13 


M17 Ga. State INCWl 1 


-1 35 


,3-5 


.600 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


1-1 


2 





7 


4 





1 


7 


M22 Georgetown |NC V\| 1 


-1 31 


0-4 


.000 


0-3 


.000 


1-2 


,500 


1-1 


2 


3 


5 


4 





3 


1 


\I24 Stanfoixl INC.VM 1 


-1 28 


3-5 


.600 


3-3 


1 .000 


4-4 


1.000 


0-1 


1 


4 


7 


4 





1 


13 


MSI Duke|NCA\| I 


-1 31 


5-8 


.625 


2-4 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


1-3 


4 


4 


5 


6 








13 





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COMCAST CENTER WELCOMES THE SOOB ^ATIOMAL CHAIVIPIO^^ - 



pinnship of the Reebok ln\italionalA^as Vegas Holiday Tour- 
nament ... named to the all-tournament team at Las \egas 
... averaged 6.3 assists in three games as Oak Hill \v(ui the 
Glaxo-Weiicome Holiday TournamenI in Raleigh, N.d. ... 
credited with si.x assists as Oak Hill defeated Christ the 
King (N.V.I in the championship game ... season-high 13 
assists came at Minnetonka (Vlinn.) High School on Jan. 
30 ... coach at Oak Hill was Steve Smith ... M Miami Se- 
nior: The starting point guard at Miami Senior High School 
as a junior ... led Vliami Senior to a 3(i-l record and the BA 
Klorida state championship ... team was ranked .\o. 4 in 
the final rankings hy LSA Today... was an honorable men- 
tion Vll-America selection by VS.\ Tuday. all-stale second 
team selection, all-county first team choice and a member 
of the state champicjnship series all-tournament team ... 
all-tournament team selection at the lolani Tournament 
(Hawaii) ... was selected to the all-tournament team and 
named the most valuable player at the Chelsea Tournament 
(lioslon) ... scored 14 points. 12 fi'om 3-point range, as 
Vliami w(in the 1 998 stale championship ... scored 1 7 points 
for Miami Senior while defeating Dillard in the Wilt Cham- 
berlain Rising Star Shootout with the tournaments name- 
sake in altendance ... played for coach Frank Martin ... At 
\liaiiii 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 fi V state 
tournament ... the first point guard to take Killian to the 
stale semifinals in 19 years ... named to the state champi- 



onship series all-tournament team and was an all-state 
honorable mention selection . . . earned all-tournament team 
honors in the junior Orange Bowl Classic as a fn'shman 
and sophomore ... all-county first team as a sophomore 
and second team as a freshman ... coach at Killian was 
Gabe Corchiani. 

Intprnalional: Helped lead the 1 nited States to a silver 
medal in the 20(10 World (Ihampionship (|ualif\ing tourna- 
ment, and a gold medal in the 1998 Junior World Champi- 
onship (|ualil>ing tournament (prior to his senior season at 
Oak Hill) ... tied h)r 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 ... scored 



a personal-best eight points against Canada in the first game 
of the tournament . . . selected as a member of the I'.S. Jun- 
ior World Championship Team which played in Portugal in 
July of 1999. 

Personal: Steven Hanson Blake ... horn Feb. 2(), 1980, in 
Holluvood, Fla. ... son of Richard and Cindy Blake ... the 
youngest of four children, with three older sisters ... ma- 
joring in criminology and criminal justice ... member of the 
National llomn- Society and graduated fourth in his senior 
class at Oak Hill .. . played in the Charlie Weber Invitational 
Tournament in Cole Field House prior to both his junior 
and senior years in high school. 



Blake's 

Calesory 


Career Highs 

# Opponent/Date 


Points 


21 


vs. NC State, 3-9-02 


FG 


7 


at Wake Forest, 1-23-02 




6 


vs. George Mason, 3-15-01 




6 


vs. Florida Slate, 3-1-00 


PGA 




13 vs, Duke, 1-9-00 


3FC 


4 


vs. Temple, 11-9-01 




4 


at Clemson, 2-22-00 


3FGA 


9 


vs. Arizona. 11-8-01 


FT 


6 


at NC State. 12-30-01 


FTA 


8 


atPenn, 12-9-00 


Rebounds 


10 


vs, .Arizona, 11-8-01 


Assists 


14 


vs. North Camlina, 1-9-02 


Blocks 


4 


vs, ininois, 11-27-01 


Steals 


6 


vs, NC State, 3-9-02 




6 


vs, Tulane, 11-19-99 




(i 


vs. Duke, 1-9-00 


Minutes 


43 


vs, Virginia, 3-4-00 





Blahe's 1999-00 Game-byGume Statistics IFresbnum] 

Dale Opponenl C-GS ma. IG-X Pel, ,31'G-A Pel, IT-\ Pel. 


0-0 


m 


PF 


A 


TO 


B 


s 


PI.S 


N17 tlSP 




2(i 


1-3 


,333 


1-2 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


1 


3 


6 


6 





1 


4 


N19 'i\ilane 


1-1 


34 


3-6 


,5011 


1-3 


.333 


1-2 


,500 


l-I 


2 


3 


11 


6 





6 


8 


N22 F Dickinson 


1-1 


25 


3-5 


,600 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


4 





3 


1 


1 


1 


7 


N24 Kentuckv 




34 


2-4 


,500 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


l-I 


■) 


5 


7 


5 





2 


4 


N26 Notre Dame 


l-I 


35 


4-9 


.444 


3-4 


.750 


3-4 


,750 


2-2 


4 


3 


4 


6 





1 


14 


N30 Iowa 


1-1 


27 


1-7 


.143 


1-4 


.250 


2-2 


1,000 


1-2 


3 


4 


7 


1 








5 


D4 Illinois 


1-1 


32 


1-3 


.333 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-4 


4 


4 


II 


4 





2 


2 


D5 Geo, Washington 


1-1 


34 


1-6 


.167 


(1-1 


.000 


1-2 


,500 


l-I 


2 


1 


6 


7 


1 


3 


3 


D7 Winthrop 


1-1 


33 


2-7 


.286 


2-5 


,400 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





2 


5 


4 


1 


1 


6 


D11 Kentuckv 


1-1 


34 


5-9 


,556 


2-6 


,333 


4-5 


.800 


0-2 


9 


2 


3 


3 





4 


16 


D26 George Mason 
D30 tiMBC 


1-1 


36 
19 


2-7 
2-3 


,286 
,667 


0-4 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


1-4 


5 





4 


B 





3 


4 


0-1 


,000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-1 


1 


4 


1 


5 


1 


3 


6 


J2 Coastal Carolina 


1-1 


24 


4-10 


,400 


2-5 


,400 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


3 


3 


7 


5 





1 


10 


J6 NC State 


1-1 


37 


2-6 


,333 


0-2 


,000 


7-9 


1.000 


0-4 


4 


2 


9 


5 


1 





6 


J9 Duke 


t-1 


38 


5-13 


,385 


2-7 


,286 


0-0 


.000 


0-6 


6 


2 


8 


3 





6 


12 


J16 Georgia Tech 


1-1 


31 


2-8 


,250 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-3 


5 


4 


8 


3 





3 


4 


J19 Wake Forest 




29 


1-6 


,167 


0-3 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-3 


3 


2 


7 


3 








2 


J22 Clemson 




3(1 


3-5 


,600 


2-4 


.500 


2-2 


1 ,000 


0-2 


2 


3 


7 


9 





5 


10 


J27 North Carolina 


1-1 


35 


1-7 


,143 


1-6 


.167 


0-0 


.000 


0-3 


3 


3 


9 


5 





2 


3 


J29 Klorida Slate 




36 


0-2 


,000 


0-1 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-4 


4 


1 


7 


1 





2 


2 


F2 Virginia 




29 


1-3 


.333 


O-U 


.000 


3-4 


.750 


1-6 


7 


3 


6 


2 





1 


5 


F6 NC State 


1-0 


29 


0-1 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


1-6 


.167 


1-0 


1 


4 


8 











1 


K9 Duke 


1-1 


33 


3-7 


429 


1-3 


,333 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





3 


9 


2 





2 


7 


F13 Temple 


1-1 


36 


3-8 


.375 


3-5 


.600 


0-0 


.000 


1-6 


7 


9 


7 


7 





2 


9 


Fit) Georgia Tech 


1-1 


27 


2-2 


1.000 


l-I 


OUO 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


4 


4 


2 





1 


4 


FI9 Wake Forest 


1-1 


38 


4-7 


.571 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


1 


9 


5 





3 


9 


F22 (Clemson 


1-1 


30 


5-7 


.714 


4-5 


.800 


0-0 


000 


0-5 


5 


4 


6 


9 





1 


14 


F2I) North Carolina 




34 


3-5 


.600 


0-2 


.000 


4-4 


1.000 


0-2 


2 


1 


5 


2 





1 


10 


Ml Florida Stale 


1-0 


30 


6-8 


.750 


3-4 


.750 


2-2 


1. 000 


0-4 


4 


2 


10 


1 


1 


2 


17 


M4 Virginia 


1-1 


43 


5-10 


.500 


3-6 


.500 


3-6 


.500 


0-4 


4 


2 


6 


3 





2 


16 


MIO Florida Slate l.'VCCl 




22 


1-4 


.250 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


3 


5 


1 


1 


3 


2 


Mil NC Stale |\CC| 


1-1 


31 


1-4 


.250 


1-3 


.333 


1-2 


.500 


0-2 


2 


2 


8 


1 


1 


2 


4 


MI2 DukelVCCI 


l-I 


39 


3-8 


,375 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


1 


3 


6 





1 


7 


MKi lona |NCV\| 


1-1 


34 


2-3 


,667 


0-0 


.000 


l-I 


1.000 


0-3 


3 


2 


2 


7 





2 


5 


M18 UCLAjNCMI 




31 


2-8 


,250 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


2-1 


3 





fi 


3 


9 


2 


5 





Biake's Career Statistics 

War GP-GS Min.-Avs. 



FG-A Pet. 



3P-A 



Pft. 



FT-A 



Pft. OR-DR Reb-Ava. PF-D Ast To BIk St Pts.-Avg. 




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 


2001-02 


36-36 


1152-32.0 


91-238 


.382 


44-128 


.344 


61-74 


,824 


20-117 


137-3,8 


72-1 


286 


116 


16 


56 


287-8,0 


Career 


107-105 


3303-30.9 


260-657 


.396 


118-324 


.364 


141-188 


.750 


62-289 


351-3.3 


236-4 


751 


354 


33 


184 


779-7.3 


Blake's 

I Year 


ICC statistics 

GP-GS Min.-A>«. 


FG-A 


Prt. 


3P-A 


Pel. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


UK-UR 


Reb-Avs. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


SI 


Pls.-\vs 


1999-00 


16-14 


529-33.1 


43-97 


.443 


18-47 


.383 


19-28 


,679 


4-50 


54-3.4 


41-0 


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 


2001-02 


16-16 


506-31.6 


43-104 


.413 


19-52 


.365 


29-33 


,879 


9-48 


57-3,6 


33-1 


141 


49 


6 


21 


134-8.4 


Career 


48-46 


1502-31.3 


126-300 


.420 


53-143 


.371 


68-86 


.791 


23-131 


154-3.2 


tlO-3 


352 


136 


11 


78 


373-7.8 


Blake's 

^ear 


\C44 rouraament Statistics 

CP-CS Min.-Avs. FG-A 


Prt. 


3P-A 


Pel. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avfi. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avs. 


1999-00 


2-2 


65-32.5 


4-11 


.363 


1-2 


.500 


1-1 


1,000 


2-4 


6-3,0 


2-0 


8 


10 


2 


4 


10-5,0 


2000-01 


5-5 


158-31.6 


17-30 


.567 


6-12 


,500 


7-11 


,636 


3-7 


10-2,0 


14-0 


30 


21 


1 


5 


47-9,4 


2001-02 


6-6 


186-31.0 


11-38 


.289 


6-21 


,286 


9-14 


,643 


3-20 


23-3,8 


17-0 


40 


17 


1 


9 


37-6.2 


Career 


13-13 


409-31.5 


32-79 


.405 


13-35 


.371 


17-26 


.654 


8-31 


39-3.0 


33-0 


78 


48 


4 


19 


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Tahj Holden 

Fonvard 

Red Bank. /I.i. 

(Red Bank Regional) 

6-10 • 270 • Senior, 3V 





On ll(>l(lcii: Sfnior imi\ roiirlh-Neiir player who ma\ work 
his \\a\ iiUo a slarlhig role in 201)2-03 .,, startfil 1 1 
games at the start of his junior campaign, anti has 14 
starts in his career .. . has been a key contributor off the 
bench in each of the past three 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 38-01-84 (45.2 percent) 3-point field goals in his 
career ... averages 4.5 points through MH games of 
his college career ... provides the Terps with a domi- 
nating Inside presence while maintaining mobility 
enough to scoi-e and defend away from the basket 
... has played some of his best games in 
Maryland's biggest games, including the 
200 1 West Region final \s. Stanford and 
the 2002 Final Four semifinal vs 
Kansas ... has shot 54.5 percent 
(18-of-33)fn)mlheReldinhislast 
1 1 NC.V\ Tournament games . 
shot 81 percent (2()-of-32) fnmi 
the charity stripe during the 
NCAA Tournament over the 
past two seasons, including 
l5-of-15 during the 2002 
championship run. 

>\illian)s on Holden: ' Tal 

was very valuable to us last 
year. Very few teams had a (i 
1 0. 250-pound pla\er coming 
off the bench. There was no ,i 
dro|)-off in our pla^ when he 
came off the bench. He was 
like having a sixth starter, ami 
was very important to our suc- 
cess. His play against Kansas 
certainly was a ke\ factor in our 
winning that game in the semi- 
finals of the Final Four. When 
we recruited Tahj. the re- 
port was that he w 
a very good 
player but that ^ 
he was kind of / 
soft. To his .^ 
credit. Tahi * ,'< 
has become 
one of our 
strongest and , 
toughest play- 
ers. 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 all in their face. He made a big difference 
in our team as a sophomore when he came back from 
his broken foot. Without Tahj. we would not have made 
our first Final Four because his inside defense was key 
against teams like Stanford." 

2001-02: Was solid off the bench while playing in all of 
30 games for the national champions ... came off the 
bench in the season opener against Arizona, then started 
10 of the next 1 1 games before relinguishing the start- 
ing n)le to Chris Wilcox ... averaged 5.6 points and 2.7 



Four. When ^Hf^^ 
the re- ^ 



rebounds overall, and 5.8 points and 3.2 rebounds in 16 
.\CC games ... buried a 3-pointer just before halflime as 
part of an eight-point effort vs. f Conn in the l';iite Eight 
and put forth a valuable 1 3-point. four-rebound effort 
against Kansas in the Final Four while playing 24 min- 
utes with Lonny Baxter in foul ln)uble ... first double- 
digit scoring game of the year came with 1 5 points 
against liConn in the BB&T Classic final ... fol- 
lowed that performance with 14 points and a 
career-high six blocked shots one game later 
against Detroit ... posted his third straight 
double-figure scoring game with 1 1 points 
against Monmouth ... scored 1 1 of his 
season-high 16 points in the first 
half against Norfolk State, 
hooting 6-of-7 from the 
field and contributing sLx 
rebounds, five blocks 
and two steals ... 
led all reserves 
w ith 1 1 points at 
Wake Forest and 
\irginia 
chipped in five 
points and six rebounds 
in 1 4 minutes \s. Siena in 
Ihc Terps' NCM first ixjund 
game. 

2000-01: Played in 27 games, 
averaging 4.5 points and 2.3 re- 
bounds in 12.1 minutes per contest ... 
turned in some of his best performances 
I down the stretch as the Terps boasted 
one of the deepest and best rebounding 
teams in the NCA\ Tournament ... av- 
eraged 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 1 points and grab 
five rebounds in 10 minutes of play 
against (ieorgetown in the Sweet Sixteen, 
then followed with a 14-point effort 
against Stanford in the NC.\A West Region 
final ... hit 3-of-4 3-point field goal at- 
tempts against the Cardinal to match a ca- 
reer-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 ACC semifinals ... sea- 
son-high 23 minutes against Wisconsin in 
the .ACC/BlgTen Challenge on Nov. 29 ... 
season-high seven rebounds In 98-96 
overtime loss to Duke at Cole Field 
House ... played in each of the Terps' final 20 games 
afier missing nine games with a bmken bone (fifth meta- 
tarsal) in his lefi 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 technical 
foul and immediately commanded a physical presence 
in the paint. 








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Holden's 2001-02 Game-by-Game Slatislics (Junior) 

Wj/c Olipoilcat 6-CS IHn. FC-I Pel. .Jffi-l Pel. f T- 1 


Pel. 


0-D 


Tol 


PF 


A 


TO 


s 


s 


n.f 


Mi \rizi)na 


1-0 


20 


1-4 


.250 


0-1 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


2-0 


2 


1 


3 





1 





2 


Nil Ti'iiiplc 


1-1 


27 


2-3 


.667 


0-0 


.000 


l-l 


1.000 


0-4 


4 





2 





1 





5 


M7 American 


1-1 


26 


2-4 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


1-2 


,500 


1-0 


1 


2 


2 





2 


3 


6 


N24 Deidwaif Slal* 


1-1 


18 


3-7 


.429 


1-2 


.500 


1-4 


.250 


3-2 


5 


2 


2 


I 


1 





8 


N27 Illinois 


1-1 


29 


1-4 


,250 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-4 


6 


5 


3 


1 


1 


2 


6 


1)2 I'rinocton 


1-1 


20 


1-4 


.250 


1-2 


.500 


2-2 


1,000 


0-1 


1 


4 


1 


3 








5 


l):i Conncctlcul 


1-1 


21 


5-7 


.714 


1-1 


1.000 


4-4 


1,000 


1-1 


2 


4 





2 


1 


1 


15 


DSI nt-lniil 


1-1 


20 


5-9 


.556 


2-3 


.667 


2-2 


1.000 


1-0 


1 


1 








6 


1 


14 


DM Mnniniiuth 


1-1 


18 


4-8 


.500 


0-2 


.000 


,3-3 


1.000 


0-2 


2 


3 


2 








1 


11 


1)21 Jl (IkUilKima 


1-1 


16 


1-4 


.2,50 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


3 


1 


1 








2 


1)27 William &\lar\ 


1-1 


22 


2-3 


.667 


2-3 


.667 


1-3 


.333 


l-l 


2 


3 


1 


1 


2 


2 


7 


1)31) at m: Sialf 


1-0 


20 


1-5 


.200 


0-2 


.000 


2-2 


1,000 


0-3 


3 


3 





2 








4 


J3 Niii'full^ Slalc 


1-1 


32 


6-7 


.857 


2-2 1.000 


2-2 


1 .000 


2-4 


6 


3 


4 


2 


5 


2 


16 


.19 North (Carolina 


1-0 


In 


2-3 


.667 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


3 


1 


3 


2 


2 


5 


J 13 at (ic'orsla Tech 


1-0 


21 


1-2 


.500 


l-l 


1 ,000 


0-2 


.000 


0-4 


4 


4 


1 











3 


,117 at Duke 


1-0 


18 


0-3 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


l-l 


2 


1 





1 











J20 Clenisun 


1-0 


13 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


4-6 


,667 


0-0 





3 





1 


2 





4 


,123 at Uake Fciresl 


1-0 


23 


3-5 


.600 


1-1 


1.000 


4-4 


1.000 


0-1 


1 


3 


2 





1 





11 


.126 Fhirida State 


1-0 


15 


2-8 


.250 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


4 


1 





1 


2 


5 


J31 alMrKinia 


1-0 


24 


3-7 


.429 


0-2 


.000 


5-5 


1 ,000 


1-4 


5 


4 


1 











11 


F3 m: Slate 


1-0 


22 


0-4 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


3-4 


.750 


0-2 


2 


2 


1 


1 








3 


FIO at North Carolina 


1-0 


20 


0-4 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


4-4 


1 .000 


0-4 


4 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 


4 


F13 GeorftiaTech 


1-0 


14 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


3-4 


.7,50 


1-3 


4 


2 


2 





1 





3 


FI7 Duke 


1-0 


6 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


4-4 


1.000 


2-0 


2 


2 





1 








6 


F20 atClemson 


1-0 


12 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


9 


2 











2 


F24 Wake Forest 


1-0 


12 


1-1 


1.000 


1-1 


1,000 


0-0 


,000 


2-3 


5 


1 


1 


1 





1 


3 


F27 at Florida State 


1-0 


19 


1-2 


.,500 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-1 


1 


1 








1 





2 


M3 Virfiinia 


1-0 


14 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


,000 


0-2 


2 


2 














2 


M8 I'kirida State hCCl 1-0 


15 


2-5 


.400 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 


2 


1 











4 


\19 NC State | \CC1 


1-0 


15 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


3 


1 


2 





1 


') 


MlTi Siena jNC.VM 


1-0 


14 


2-4 


.500 


O-I 


.000 


1-1 


1.000 


3-3 


6 


1 


1 





1 





5 


MI7 Wisconsin INC \\ 


1-0 


13 


1-2 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


2-2 


1.000 


1-0 


1 


2 


1 


1 








5 


M22 KfnluckvjNCAAl 


1-0 


13 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


r>.^ 


1,000 


0-2 


2 


3 





1 


1 


1 


2 


.\I24 Connecticut |N(;\\| 1-0 


14 


2-3 


.667 


l-l 


1 .000 


3-3 


1,000 


0-2 


2 


4 





2 








8 


M30 Kansas |NC,V\| 


1-0 


24 


4-5 


.800 


0-1 


.000 


5-5 


1 ,000 


2-3 


5 


4 








1 


1 


13 


Al Indiana |NCA.\| 


1-0 


20 


0-2 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


1-2 


3 


3 


4 


1 


1 





2 


Holden's 2000-01 Game-by-Game Slati§tics (Sophomore) 

Hale (Ippnneal 0-fi,s Mia. F6'-l Pel. ,fFC-4 Pel. /T-1 Pel. 


n-n 


71)1 


Pf 


A 


TO 


B 


,s 


Pis 


N20 \s. Louisville 


1-0 


14 


1-2 


,500 


1-1 


i.oon 


0-0 


.000 


0-3 


3 


1 


1 


2 





1 


3 


N2I vs. Illinois 


1-0 


7 


2-3 


.667 


l-l 


1 000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 








1 








5 


N22 vs. Dayton 


1-0 


8 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


3-4 


.750 


1-3 


4 


3 








2 





3 


.N29 vs. Wisconsin 


1-0 


23 


2-4 


.500 


1-1 


1,000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


4 





2 





1 


5 


D2 vs. Michigan 


1-0 


15 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


1-4 


,250 


2-1 


3 











2 





5 


D3 vs. Ceu. Washlnat 


in 1-0 


17 


1-4 


.250 


0-1 


.000 


2-4 


.500 


2-4 


6 


2 


1 


2 


3 


1 


4 


DB Stonv Bniok 


1-0 


13 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 





1 








1 


1 


1 


D9 at I'ennsvKanIa 


dnp-inj 
































DI3 IMIiC 


dnp-inj 
































D23 Norfolk State 


dnp-in{ 
































D27 Chicago Stale 


dnp-inj 
































D30 l.MFS 


dnp-inj 
































J2 at Clcm.son 


dnp-inj 
































J6 Georgia Tech 


dnp-inj 
































,110 North Carolina 


dnp-inj 
































,114 at Florida State 


dnp-inj 
































,117 Wake Forest 


1-0 


12 


0-4 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


3-7 


,429 


1-1 


2 


1 


1 


1 








3 


J2 1 al NC State 


1-0 


13 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


,000 


2-2 


1,000 


0-2 


2 


2 














4 


J27 Duke 


1-0 


23 


5-10 


.500 


1-3 


.333 


3-5 


,600 


2-5 


7 


4 


3 


1 








14 


J3 1 at Virainia 


1-0 


10 


2-3 


.667 


2-3 


.667 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


3 





1 








6 


F4 CIcmson 


1-0 


2 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


,000 


2-0 


2 

















2 


F6 at Georgia Tech 


1-0 


14 


1-2 


,500 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


,000 


0-1 


1 


4 


1 


1 





2 


2 


FIO at North Carolina 


1-0 


3 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 











1 





FI4 Florida Slate 


1-0 


7 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-1 


1 














1 





Ft 7 al Wake Forest 


1-0 


9 


1-3 


.333 


0-1 


,000 


0-0 


,000 


0-2 


2 


2 


3 


1 








2 


F20 NC State 


1-0 


9 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


,000 


0-0 


,000 


1-2 


3 


2 


1 


1 


1 





2 


F24 Oklahoma 


1-0 


4 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 





1 


1 














F27 at Duke 


1-0 


14 


2-2 


1,000 


l-l 


1 .000 


2-3 


,667 


l-l 


2 


2 


1 





1 





7 


M3 \irainia 


1-0 


13 


4-6 


,667 


1-2 


.,500 


0-0 


,000 


0-1 


1 


2 








1 


1 


9 


\I9 Wake Forest! \CC] 1-0 


15 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-2 


2 











1 





2 


MIO Duke lACCj 


1-0 


7 


3-3 


1.000 


l-l 


1,000 


3-3 


1,000 


0-0 





4 


1 


1 








10 


M15 Geo. Mason INC AM 1-0 


16 


l-l 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-2 


2 


3 





2 





1 


4 


MI7 Georgia State |NC\A| 1-0 


7 


0-2 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


O-I 


1 








1 











M22 GeorgelounjNCWI 1-0 


14 


3-4 


.750 


0-0 


.000 


4-5 


,800 


1-4 


5 


2 


1 


1 








10 


M24 Stantord INCAAj 


1-0 


20 


3-6 


.500 


3-4 


.750 


5-8 


,625 


0-2 


2 


2 





2 


1 





14 


M3I DukejNCUl 


1-0 


17 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


,000 


3-1 


4 


4 





1 








4 


1 



l9!t9-00: Played in all 35 games and di^w three starts 
as a true freshman ... averaged 3.3 points and 2.0 re- 
bounds Jn over 12 minutes per game ... one of three 
Tcrp freshmen to appear in all 35 contests ,,, played 23 
minutes in his first career star!, \s. Clemson (Jan. 22), 
while taking the place of ininred All-.AmerJcan Terence 
Miirris ,,, respimded with 12 pciinls on 4-(il-(i shooting 
and 111 rebounds for his only double-double ... also had 
five blocked shots ,,. included in the 10 boardswere five 
(Ml the offensixc end ... started and played just eight 
minutes in home win over NC State (Feb. 6) when he 
picked up three (|uick hiuls ,,. started MIUTournanienl 
win o\er lona in place of Damn Miller who mi.ssed the 
game with an ankle injury ... contributed four points and 
four rebounds in a season-high 30 minutes ... season- 
high 1 7 points on 5-of-7 shooting, including 3-of-3 treys, 
against V\ake Forest (Jan. 19) .,, in baek-to-back games 
against Wake and Clemson, scored 29 points with l(i 
rebounds ,,. shot 9-of-13 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 (Jemson ,,, 
averaged 5.3 points and 5,0 rebounds per game as a 
starter ... scored nine points in 20 minutes off the bench 
in the ,\CC Tournament title game vs, Duke ,,, axeraged 
a solid 14 ininules per game during conference action 
,| ... shot 47.4 perceni from 3-point range (9-of-19) ... 
shot 47,8 piTcenI from the floiu'. overall. In \CC play... 
2(i blocked shots was third on the team. 

Ili^h School: Selected all-state by ihe .Associated Press 
,,. an all-state ,second-team choice following his senior 
season by the Gannett newspaper chain ,.. all-state 
fourth learn b\ Veil Jersey Hoops ... piaved in the New 
.lersev Scholastic Coaches .Assoeialion Ml-Slar game 
lollowing his ,senior season ... ranked as Ihe 4Hth-best 
prep plaver enlering Ihe collegiate ranks lor the 1999- 
2000 season l>v Ihe ICC .Invi Jouriuil and Recruiter's 

l\lll\IE COIVJSECUTIVE IMCAA TOURIVAMEIVTS • SWEET SIXTEEIV IIM SIX OF THE LAST l\JII\IE YEARS • TWO COIMSECln'IVE FIKIAL FOURS • 



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- COMCAST CEIVTER WELCOMES THE BOOB IVATIOIVAL CHAIV1PIO[V§ 



Ihindbiiok ... a three-year slarler al Red Bank ... Red 
Bank was ranked as Ihe lop puhlie high sehool learn hi 
the stale of New Jersey during his senior season ... 
ranked Ulh in Ihe final poll of ihe 1999 season by New 
Jersey Hoops ... an .Mi-Shore first-team seleetion as a 
senior by the 4,s/jun Park I'ress . . . named Ihe area high 
sehool player of the year by the Asbury I'ark I'ress fol- 
lowing his senior season ... seored 1,025 career poinls 
lo rank in ihe lop 10 in school hislory ... averaged 14.1) 
points on .320 percent field goal shooting to go along 
with 8.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game ... scored a 
season-high 2-1 poinls in a Shore Conference Tourna- 
ment victory over Lakewood ... scored 24 poinls. 1 1 re- 
bounds. si.\ assists and fi\e blocked shots against Lake- 
wood In the Shore (Conference Tournament semifinals . . . 
hit two pressiM'c-packed free throws with 23 seconds 
I'emaiiiing in the Shore Conference championship game 
lo lead Red Bank lo a 44-43 victory over (Christian BiDlh- 
ers .Academy ... blocked nine shots against Neptune in 
the tournament quarterfinals ... averaged 14.4 poinls. 
6.8 rebounds, three assists and two blocked shots in lead- 
ing Red Bank lo a 20-9 record as a junior ... also made 
36 3-point shots as a iunior ... named ,\II-Jersey Shore 
third-team as a junior ... led Red Bank Regional lo the 
Central Jersey (jroup III championship game as a junior 
... coached by Steve Johnson ... shot l3-of-2l (.619) 



from the field. gral)l)ed 12 rebounds, had seven assists, 
six steals and five blocked shots to lead his .\.\[' team - 
the Central Jersey Hawks - to the championship game 
of the ,\All national tournament and was named VAU 
All-America first-team ... ranked as the nation's 46th- 
best prep pi'oduct entering his senior season by 
Fasthreak Magazine. 

Iiilertiiitioiial: Attended USA Basketball Trials in Sum- 
mer 2001 and was invited to I'.S. training camp with 
Maryland teammates l,onn> Baxter and Juan Dixon for 
competition at the 2001 World t'nivei'sity (lames ... he 
later declined the invitation to rest for upcoming college 



season ... helped lead Ihe fi.S. to a gold medal at the 
1998 World Youth Games in Moscow during the summer 
prior to his senior season at Red Bank. 

Personal: Tahj Jarod llolden (first name rhymes with 
Dodge) ... born Jan. 17, 1981 ... son of Debbie tlolden 
... president of Maryland's Student-Athlete Advisory 
Council (SAAC) ... a representative on the ACC's Stu- 
deiil- \thlete Advisory (Council, was voted the vice-presi- 
dent of the league's S,\\C in Septeml>er of his junior year 
... was student council presideiU as a senior at Red Bank 
High ... a semifinalist in the National .Achievement Schol- 
arship Program. 



Holden's 

Catesory 


Cm 

# 


eei' Higlis 

Opponent/Date 


Points 


17 


vs. Wake Forest, 1-19-00 


FG 


6 


vs. Norfolk Stale, t-3-02 


FGA 


10 


vs. Duke. 1-27-01 


3FG 


3 


vs. Stanford. 3-24-01 




3 


vs. Duke. 3-10-01 




3 


vs. Wake I'oresl. 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 


Blorl(s 


6 


vs. Detroit, 12-9-01 


Steals 


3 


vs. American, 1 1-17-01 




3 


vs. Coastal Carolina, t-2-00 




3 


vs. lona, 3-16-00 


Minutes 


32 


vs. Norfolk State. 1-3-02 


1 



Holdias 1999-00 (iame-by-Giimi 

Dale OppuiKMil G-GS fllii. FC-V 


StiiUslhi, 

l>rl. 3I(;-V 


ll'ivshittiinl 

I'll. IT-V I'd. 


0-1) 


I'm 


I'l 


V 


TO 


B 


s 


Pis 


NI7 USF 


I-O 


11 


0-0 


.000 


(1-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 





1 














9 


M19 'l\itane 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























N22 F.Dickinson 


1-0 


99 


2-3 


.667 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-4 


4 


3 


2 


1 


3 


I 


5 


N24 Kentucky 


1-0 


9 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 


1 





2 








N26 Ndtre Dame 


1-0 


17 


0-1 


.0(10 


(1-0 


.000 


1-2 


,500 


0-1 


1 


1 








1 


1 


1 


N30 JDwa 


1-0 


■J 


(1-U 


.000 


(1-0 


.00(1 


0-(l 


.00(1 


0-0 























D4 Illinois 


1-0 


5 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 





1 

















Do Ceo. Washington 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


n-n 


.00(1 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 




















1 


D7 UinUimp 


1-0 


4 


0-1 


.000 


ll-O 


.000 


0-0 


.00(1 


0-0 





1 








1 








D11 keiiluckv 


1-n 


S 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 


1 


2 














D27 (Jeorge Mason 


1-0 


2 


0-1 


,0(10 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 




















D30 UMBC 


1-0 


12 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-4 


.250 


1-2 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 





1 


J2 Coastal Carolina 


1-0 


12 


2-4 


.5(10 


1-2 


.500 


7-8 


.875 


1-2 


3 


3 








1 


3 


12 


,17 NC Slate 


1-0 


3 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 


1 





1 








J9 Duke 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


(I-n 


.000 


0-n 


.000 


0-0 





1 

















,11(1 Ceiirsia Tech 


1-0 


8 


1-2 


.500 


(1-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


5 











1 


2 


,119 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-() 


.667 


0-1 


.000 


4-7 


.571 


5-5 


10 


3 





1 


5 


t 


12 


J27 Norlli Carolina 


1-0 


Ifi 


0-4 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


2 


1 








1 





J29 Florida Stale 


1-0 


19 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


0-4 


4 


3 


1 





1 


1 


4 


F2 Virginia 


1-0 


to 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 





1 


1 





1 


1 


■1 


F6 NC Slate 


1-1 


8 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


3 

















F9 Duke 


t-0 


17 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


.00(1 


0-0 


(100 


0-1 


1 


2 


1 











2 


FK) Temple 


1-0 


8 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 


1 


1 











FIti CeorgiaTech 


i-0 


18 


3-4 


.750 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1 .000 


1-2 


3 


3 


5 


1 


2 





8 


Ft 9 Wake Forest 


1-0 


18 


0-2 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


4-4 


1.000 


1-4 


5 


5 


2 


1 


3 





4 


F22 Clemson 


1-0 


18 


2-3 


.667 


2-2 


1.000 


2-3 


.667 


0-2 


2 


2 


2 











8 


F26 North Carolina 


1-0 


17 


1-3 


.333 


(1-0 


.0(10 


1-2 


.500 


2-1 


3 





2 











3 


Ml Florida Slate 


1-0 


7 


0-3 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 


1 





2 








M4 Virginia 


1-0 


28 


3-6 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


4-6 


.667 


1-3 


4 


4 








1 


1 


10 


MIO Fliiriila Slate lACC 


1-0 


19 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


3-5 


.600 


1-1 


2 


3 


1 








1 


5 


.Mil Xi: Stale IVCCj 


1-0 


8 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1 .000 


0-3 


3 





1 











2 


MI2 DukelVCCl 


1-0 


20 


3-3 


1.000 


1-1 


1 .000 


2-2 


1.000 


2-0 


2 


2 





1 





1 


9 


MKi lona |Ni;.V\| 


1-1 


30 


t-fi 


.167 


0-2 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-4 


4 


1 


3 





1 


3 


4 


MIS tCLAjNCUl 


i-n 


Ifi 


1-3 


.333 


l-l 


1 .000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


2 


2 








2 


3 


I 



Holden's Career Slalistivs 



Year 


GP-GS 


Min.-Avs. 


FG-A 


Pel. 


3P-A 


Pel. 


HT-A 


Prt. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avs. 


PF-D 


Asl 


To 


BIk 


SI 


Pts.-Avs 


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 


26 


18 


116-3.3 


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 


2001-02 


36-11 


665-18.5 


62-137 


.453 


17-40 


.425 


61-73 


.836 


32-64 


96-2.7 


93-1 


42 


31 


34 


21 


202-5.6 


Career 


98-14 


1422-14.5 


133-290 


.459 


38-84 


.452 


135-188 


.718 


69-157 


226-2.3 


204-3 


91 


59 


73 


49 


439-4.5 


Holden's 

Year 


ACC SlalisUcs 

GP-GS Mln.-Avg. 


FG-A 


I'd. 


3P-A 


Pel. 


IT-A 


Pet. 


()K-I)K 


Reb-\»fi. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pls.-,\vs 


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 


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 


2001-02 


16-0 


268-16.8 


17-50 


.340 


5-11 


.455 


29-35 


.829 


10-31 


41-2.6 


40-0 


13 


13 


9 


6 


68-4.3 


Career 


44-2 


625-14.2 


57-135 


.422 


45-96 


.469 


61-86 


.709 


31-79 


110-2.4 


102-2 


41 


22 


28 


17 


190-4.1 


Holden's 

Year 


VC14 Tournamenl Slalistics 

GP-GS Min.-Avfi. FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avfl. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


SI 


Pis.-Avg. 


1999-00 


2-1 


45-22.5 


1-9 


.111 


1-3 


.333 


2-2 


1.000 


0-4 


4-2.0 


3-0 


5 





1 


5 


7-3.3 


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 


2001-02 


6-0 


98-16.3 


9-16 


.563 


2-6 


.333 


15-15 


1.000 


7-12 


19-3.2 


17-0 


6 


5 


4 


2 


35-5.8 


Career 


13-1 


217-16.7 


19-42 


.452 


6-14 


.429 


28-34 


.824 


11-26 


37-2.6 


31-0 


12 


12 


6 


8 


74-5.3 



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IVATIOIVAL CHAMPIOIVS - 




COMCAST CEIMTER WELCOMES THE i 

On MrCall: Foiirlh-ye;ir guard whiiwill challcngf liir plav- 
ing time al Ihp "T and ~T posilidiis this lall ... joined the 
IVrps following Ihe 1999 and 211110 fiioihall seasons ... 
returns for his hnal eollege season in his second year with 
a full-time eonimitment to l)asl^ethall ... valuable bench 
contributor, adding inlensil\ and a defensive spark ... ap- 
peared in 43 haskell)all games in three seasons ... first 
Maryland football player to score h)r the Terps' 
basketball team since i.ubo Zizakovie in 1992 
... first walked on to the Terrapin basketball 
team in Decemlier 1999. 







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Guard 

Miami. Fia. 

(Dr. Pliittips) 

6-3 • 210 • Senior. 3\ 




IVIIME COIVSECUTIVE IVCAA T0URIVAMEIVT5 



Willuiins on .MrCall: Last year. Calvin fo- ' 
cased on basketball all year for the first time 
I think it was a good experience for him. and 
as practice went on he became a better bas- 
ketball player. Hopefully that will continue this 
summer. We can use his senior leadership this 
year, as that becomes important fo us hi'- 
cause of the players thai we lost. I think 
Calvin realizes that because of his size, he's 
going to go against bigger players some- 
times. He has to be a great (lehMisi\e player. 
He's always had the abilit\ to put the ball 
in the basket. A lot of his potential will de- 
pend on his abiiilj to pla\ defense." 

2001-02: Played in his first year with 
a lull-time commitment to the bas- 
kclball program and earned niin 
ules in 1 9 of the Terps' 36 games, 
including three of the Terps' si.\ 
INC.W'I'ournameiit games ... av 
erage<l 14 point.s and 11.8 re- 
hounds overall ... hauled in a 
career-high four rebounds 
against Monmouth ... regis- 
tered his hi'st career blocked shot \'s. William 
& Mary and nailed a 3-|)ointer in the contest's 
waning moments ... sank l-ol-2 free throws 
against NC State as part of a team 35-of-49 
(.71-11 effort from the line ... splashed in his 
second 3-pointer of the season vs. Norfolk Stale 
... made a jumper in the last twd minutes of the 
Teips' 85-(iri \ictory o\'cr Georgia Tech . . . career scor- 
ing night with Id jioints m -1-of-l shooting, including a 
2-for-2 elh)rt from 3-|ioiiil range al Florida Stale ... logged 
lour miinites of play \s. Florida State in the ,\CC 'fourna- 
ment, lalhhig twii points and twii rebounds. 

2000-01: Backup guard who appeared in 1 1 games. a\- 
eraging 1.3 poinLs ... scored six points against Ston> Brook 
on Dec. 6, hitting a pair of late 3-pointers ... had h)ur 
points in Ihe BB&T Classic semifinal against Michigan ... 
Iiad an assist against Wake Forest in the \CC I'ouniamenl 
shot 4-01-13 from the lloor overall ... contributed two 
steals and three r(4)ouiids against Chicago Stale ... had 
six steals incrall ... made first appearance of the season 
against Michigan ... joined the team in Maui for his first 
praeliee on Nov. 19, immediately following Maryland's fi- 
nal football game against Georgia Tech on Nov. 18 ... in 
hiotl)all. played in nine games and started eight before 
sufhTlngan ankle injury against NC Stale on Nov. 4 ... led 
Marvland in passing for the second straight season, com- 
pleting l()ri-of-199 attempts h)r l„')33 yards, five louch- 
downsand nine interceptions ... averaged 170.3 passing 

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yards per game ... finished 1 5th on Maryland's single-sea- 
son passing (4iart . . . career-high 357 yards and two touch- 
downs in a win over Middle Tennessee Stale ... had 2U0- 
yard passing days vs. West Virginia (215), Wake Forest 
(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 
minutes per game ... shot 5-of-22 from the noor. and 4- 
of-7 from the line ... conlribuled 10 rebounds. 1 1 assists 
and five steals for the season ... in football, was a nine- 
game starter and established most Maryland fresh- 
man letords for passing and total offense ... fin- 
ished No 2 among Division l-.A freshman quar- 
tet l)acks (behind Virginia Tech's Michael Vick) 
in passing efficiency and total offense ... run- 
ner up for ACC Rookie of the Year honors 
completed 93-of-l 79 passes (.510) for 
I 204 yards and live touchdowns ... 
threw just three interceptions and fln- 
isliHl with the l)esl interception ratio 
111 at Iv (iO: I ) in the ACC . . . season was 
cut short by two games (torn medial col- 
latei'al ligament in his left knee Nov. 9 
vs. NC State) .. . a tw o-time ACC Rookie 
of the Week ... the triggerman in Ihe 
Terps' rejuvenated offensive attack, 
he helped Maryland rise from I05lh 
nationally in 1998 to 54th overall in 
1999 In final NCAA total offense 
rankings ... threw for a career-high 
22 1 yards at Georgia Tech and tossed 
a career-besl Iwo TD passes vs. West 
\irginia. 

1998-99: Dirt not play basketball ... 
traveled all season as Maryland's third 
ijuarterback and earned a football 
redshirl. 

High School: Gradualed from Dr. 
Phillips High School in Orlando. Fla.. in 
1998 ... averaged more than 17 points 
per game during an all-state basket- 
ball career and hit lietler than .320 
^^ during his baseball career ... se- 
lected to the Metro Ciuiference 
Hall of Fame... named the Cen- 
tral Florida Playerof Ihe Year 
and a third-team all-slate se- 
lection in 1997 ... selected to 
Siipeii'rep's all-regional team ... com- 
pleted 72 of 125 passes for 1.312 yards, 21 touchdowns 
and just two Interceptions as a senior ,,. led team to a 10- 
1 record and dislriel and conference championships ... 
selected to play In the North-South all-star game ... as a 
junior, he played safety and starred h>r 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. 19K0 
son of l,ol,i and Kevin .McCall ... grew up in Miami, but 
attended his final three years of high school in Orlando . , . 
nickname Is "Counlr.v " ... majoring in family studies, 

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McCall's 

Calegoi'y 


Cav 

# 


eet Highs 

Opponent/Date 


Points 


10 


al I'lorida State. 2-27-02 


FG 


4 


al Florida State. 2-27-02 


FCA 


7 


vs. Cuastal Canilina. 1-2-00 


3FC 


2 


at Florida State. 2-27-02 




2 


vs. Slonv Brook. 1 2-0-00 


3FGA 


3 


vs. Stonv Brook. 12-6-00 


FT 


2 


vs. Michigan. 12-2-00 




2 


vs. Coastal Carolina, 1-2-00 




2 


vs. UMBC. 12-30-99 


FTA 


2 


six times 


Rebounds 


4 


vs. Monmouth, 12-11-01 


Assists 


6 


vs. Coastal Carolina. 1-2-00 


Bloclis 
Steals 


1 


vs. William SMarv. 12-27-01 


4 


vs. Coastal Carolina. 1-2-00 


Minutes 


17 


vs. Coastal Carolina. 1-2-00 






UcCaU's Career Slatintics 



Year 


GP-GS 


Min.-Avfi. 


FG-A 


Pel. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avfi. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avs 


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 


13-1.3 


2001-02 


19-0 


80-4.2 


10-19 


.526 


5-10 


.500 


2-4 


.500 


1-14 


15-0.8 


9-0 


2 


6 


1 


3 


27-1.4 


Career 


43-0 


198-4.6 


19-54 


.352 


7-25 


.280 


9-16 


.563 


9-23 


32-0.7 


16-0 


21 


18 


1 


14 


54-1.3 


McCalls 

Year 


ACC Statisties 

GP-CS Min.-Avs. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pel. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Ava. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avs. 


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 


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 


2001-02 


8-0 


23-2.9 


5-6 


.833 


2-3 


.667 


1-2 


.500 


0-3 


3-0.4 


3-0 





2 





1 


13-1.6 


Career 


20-0 


67-3.4 


8-19 


.421 


2-5 


.400 


1-3 


.333 


3-7 


10-0.5 


8-0 


5 


5 





3 


19-0.9 


lUcCalls 

Year 


veil Toiirnamenl Statistics 

GP-GS Min.-Avs. FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avs. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avs. 


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 


2001-02 


3-0 


7-2.3 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


0-0.0 


1-0 














0-0.0 


Career 


5-0 


10-2.0 


0-2 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


0-1 


1-0.2 


1-0 














0-0.0 



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Drew Mcholas 

Guard 

Hempstead, /V.K 

(Long Island Lutheran) 

6-3 • 165 • Senior, 31 

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On Mrholas: \ ersatile. sharp-shoolliif; seiiiur jjiiard w ho 
has niled nuilliple n>les iin theTerps' 2002 national cham- 
pionship learn and 2001 Final Four team ... a deadly 
shooter who most naturally pla>s in the shootins guard 
spot and should assume a starting n)le for 2(102-03 ... 
he |>rii\ ides ultimate fle.xibility to rotate at the point guard 
and swing positions, also ... Maryland's first guard off 
the benrh for three seasons ... has teamed with Tahj 
Holden off the bench the last three seasons to become 
one of the Terps' most valuable talents ... has played in 
all 107 gaines of his Maryland career and has moved 
into ninth on Maryland's career chart for 3-point field 
goals (103) ... played in double-figure minutes in all 36 
games as a junior, and 99 of 107 career games. 



Williams on Mfholas: "Drew has been so \alU' 
able because he's really played thive positions 
for us in his first three years. This yeai'. he has a 
great chance to start at the second guard spot. 
There are few people who can shoot the ball from 
the 3-point line as well as Drew. I thinlv he has a 
lot of conlldence, lies made some big 3s. Cer- 
tainly the two he made 
against Virginia 
down there 
were a key in us 
winning that 
game last 
season. 1 
think we 
had a 
couple of 
guys like 
Tahj and Drew 

that would ha\e started for most teams, but they 
were behind great players. Now they get their 
chance as seniors. That's how it's supposed to 
work. .'\s long as a player has his opportu- 
nity. I feel very good about how his career 
has progressed. Drew's going to get his 
chance, he's pmbably going to be a starter 
this year, and if he can really step up. it will 
he big for us. Drew has been probably as \alu- 
able. and has made as much of a contribution, 
as anybody in our program in the past two years 
because we've needed somebody to back up Ste\e 
Blake at the point. We didn't want to lose Drew's 
shooting al)ilities. so he really wound up playing 
Ihree positions. F\en though he is still mostly a 
sliooting giianl. Iiis hall-handling experience has 
madi' him a better basketball player." 



200 1 -02: \ 36-game performer w ho a\ eraged 7. 1 
points and 2.3 rebounds for the national champi- 
ons ... one of sL\ players to average o\er 20 min- 
utes (20.5). though he started just one game ... 
was third on the team in assists (88, 2.4 per 
game) behind Steve Blake and Juan Di.xon ... 
scored in double figures in seven of IB ACC 
games ... made his first career start against 
Detroit and contributed a career-high tying five 
reboinids to go along with six points ... contributed 
M points against William & Mary on 3-01-8 shooting ... 
went 5-ol-li from the field and 2-of-2 from the line en 



route to a 1 2-point efTort at Duke . . . was a perfect 2-for- 
2 from 3-point range and played valuable minutes at point 
guard, shooting guard and small forward to help the Terps 
topple \irginia ... his two treys came in the final two 
minutes of the game as Maryland scrapped hack to erase 
a 9-point deficit ... scored 1-1 points at North Carolina 
on 5-of-(i field-goal shooting and 3-of-4 shooting from 
beyond the arc ... splashed in a pair of 3-pointers and 
handed out a pair of assists en route to a 1 2-point effort 
at Clemson ... dropped a season-high 15 points, includ- 
ing a 3-for-4 effort from 3-point range, on Florida State, 
and scored 10 points, including a 4-for-4 performance 
from the free throw line vs, Virginia in Cole Field 
House's final game ... scored nine points in the 
Terps' NCVA first round game \s. Siena ... fol- 
lowed that performance with an eight-point ef- 
fort against Wisconsin, and an eight-point, five- 
assist effort \s, Kentucky, 




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2000-0 1: Played in all 36 games and was 
lliird on the team in both 3-point field 
;oals (34) and assists (86) ,.. averaged 
16.6 minutes per contest, while scor- 
ing 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 
3.4 points and 13.8 minutes per 
game during Maryland's NC.V\ 
Tournament run ... made II- 
\ of- 1 3 free throws during the 
tournament ... will be re- 
membered for dribbling out 
the clock in the Terps' 87- 
''i 73 \C\\ West Region 
championship win o\er 
j^ Stanhu-d ... Chexrolet/CBS- 
T\ player of the game with 
a season-high 16 points and 
career-high 10 assists in the 
Terps' regular season finale 
against Virginia ... played a 
season-high 27 minutes dur- 
ng a 102-(i7 rout of the No. 7 
Cavaliei's. shooting 7- 
of-8 from the fioor in- 
cluding both 3- 
point attempts ... 
had double fig- 
ures in consecu- 
; live games off 
the bench, with 
15 at Georgia 
/ Tech on Feb. 6 
and 16 at top- 
ranked North Carolina on Feb. 10 ... career-high five 
rebounds in .ACC/Big Ten Challenge against W iseon- 
sin on Nov. 29 ... against Daylon at the Maui ln\ita- 
tional. shot 4-of-5 fixim 3-iioint range, scoring 12 
points with fi\e a,ssists and two steals ... six double- 
figure scoring games o\erall. 



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IJ)!Ht-00: Flayed in all 
and a\eraged 5. 1 points 



35 games as a true freshman 
... one of fi\e Terps with 30 (jr 



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more 3-piiint field goals ... made 31-of-92 3-point at- 
icmpis wliilf aNeraglng 15.7 minutes per game lo lead 
all iif Maryland's bench rontrihutors ... also contributed 
50 assists (1.4) and Hi steals (0.5| ... earned double- 
figure minutes in 30 of 35 games ... erupted with a sea- 
son-high 27 points in a non-conference win oxer Kairleigh 
Dickinson on Nov. 22 ... played a season-best 28 min- 
utes while hitting 9-of-l I shots, including four 3-point- 
ers. against the Knights ... made 4- of-6 3-point attempts 
vs. FDU ... also scored in double figures with 12 points 
in 20 minutes vs. IMBC ... season-high five rebounds in 
home win over Winthrop ... dished a season-best si.\ 
assists vs. Florida State in the .\CC Tournament ... had 
four steals vs. Tulane ... totaled 18 points in three .ACC 
Tournament games ... averaged 1 6 minutes andsL\ points 
per game in two NC.W Tournament games. 

High School: Graduated from Long Island Lutheran High 
School in 1999 ... three-year varsity letterw inner, and 
two-year starter ... played on three teams which ad- 
vanced 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 
.\ward as the top player in Nassau County following his 
senior season ... the award is presented annually by 
/Vewsday and has previously been awarded to collegiate 



Mcholas' 2001-02 Game-by-Game Statistics (Junior) 

ftilc Uppimem C-es Mill. fC-1 Pri. ,W6-1 Pel. fT-1 


Pel. 


0-D 


Jul 


PF 


1 


TO 


8 


s 


PIS 


N8 \rizijna 


1-0 


26 


1-5 


.200 


0-3 


.000 


0-4 


.000 


2-2 


4 





3 








1 


2 


N9 Temple 


1-0 


l.T 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 





6 


2 











.NI7 Vnierican 


1-0 


17 


2-5 


.400 


1-4 


.250 


2-2 


1.000 


0-1 


1 





3 


1 


1 





7 


N24 Delaware Slate 


1-0 


15 


2-4 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


1 


3 


1 


2 





4 


N27 Illinois 


1-0 


26 


5-8 


.625 


1-2 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


0-4 


4 


1 


1 


1 


1 





12 


1)2 Princeton 


1-0 


24 


2-4 


.500 


1-3 


.333 


2-2 


1 .000 


0-2 


2 


3 





2 


1 





7 


1)3 Connecticut 


1-0 


18 


3-6 


.500 


0-3 


.000 


1-3 


.333 


0-1 


1 


2 


2 





1 


1 


7 


1)9 Detroit 


1-1 


23 


2-6 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


1-4 


5 


2 


1 


I 





1 


6 


Dll Monmouth 


1-0 


18 


2-2 


1.000 


1-1 


1.000 


7.7 


1.000 


1-3 


4 

















7 


D21 aliiklahoma 


1-0 


24 


1-6 


.167 


1-4 


.250 


2-2 


1.000 


0-1 


1 


2 


3 


3 





1 


5 


1)27 William &\larv 


1-0 


18 


5-8 


.625 


2-5 


.400 


2-2 


1.000 


0-2 


2 


1 


2 











14 


030 at NC State 


1-0 


21 


2-2 


1.000 


1-1 


1 .000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


4 


2 


3 


1 





5 


.13 Norfolk State 


1-0 


20 


3-4 


.750 


2-2 


1.000 


2-3 


.667 


0-2 


2 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 


10 


,19 North Carolina 


1-0 


13 


2-3 


.667 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-3 


3 


1 


1 


2 








5 


,113 at Georgia Tech 


1-0 


24 


1-4 


.250 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 


4 








1 


3 


JI7 at Duke 


1-0 


24 


5-6 


.833 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


2-3 


5 


4 


2 


2 





1 


12 


J20 Clenison 


1-0 


21 


4-7 


.571 


2-5 


,400 


4-5 


.800 


0-4 


4 


2 


6 





1 





14 


J23 at Wake Forest 


1-0 


21 


3-7 


.429 


2-3 


.667 


2-2 


1.000 


0-3 


3 





3 


1 


1 


1 


10 


,126 FIciiida Slate 


1-0 


17 


0-2 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-3 


3 





4 


1 








1 


,131 at Virginia 


1-0 


97 


2-4 


.500 


■).■> 


1 .000 


0-0 


.000 


1-3 


4 


7 


7 


1 


1 





6 


F3 NC State 


1-0 


19 


0-2 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


4-4 


1 ,000 


0-1 


1 


1 


2 


9 





1 


4 


Fin at North Carolina 


1-0 


22 


5-6 


.833 


3-4 


.750 


1-2 


.500 


0-2 


2 


3 


3 











14 


Ft 3 (Georgia Tech 


1-0 


23 


3-5 


.600 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


1 


9 


1 


1 


1 


7 


Ft 7 Duke 


1-0 


21 


1-3 


.333 


1-2 


.500 


2-2 


1.000 


0-2 


2 





3 


1 








5 


F20 at Clerason 


1-0 


20 


4-9 


.444 


2-5 


.400 


2-2 


1.000 


0-2 


2 





2 








1 


12 


F24 Wake Forest 


1-0 


17 


0-3 


.000 


0-3 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 





4 














F27 at Florida State 


1-0 


19 


5-7 


.714 


3-4 


.750 


2-3 


.667 


0-1 


1 


3 


2 








1 


15 


M3 Virgmla 


1-0 


23 


2-4 


.500 


2-2 1.000 


4-4 


1.000 


0-1 


1 


1 


3 











10 


\I8 Florida Stale |.\CC| 


1-0 


18 


1-4 


.2,50 


0-3 


.000 


1-1 


1.000 


0-1 


1 


1 


2 


1 








3 


\19 NC Slate I ACCI 


1-0 


19 


2-5 


.400 


1-4 


.250 


2-2 


1.000 


l-t 


9 


2 


1 











7 


M15 Siena 1\C\\| 


1-0 


23 


3-6 


.500 


2-4 


.500 


1-1 


1.000 


0-2 


2 


2 


2 


3 








9 


M17 WIsiDiisIn jNC.Wl 


1-0 


20 


3-7 


.429 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


I 


2 








1 


8 


M22 Kenluck\ |NC.\.M 


1-0 


20 


3-6 


.500 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


3 


2 


5 


2 





1 


8 


M24 Connecticut. INC.W 


1-0 


21 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-2 


2 


1 


3 


1 





1 


2 


M30 Kansas IN'C-UI 


1-0 


23 


2-9 


.222 


1-5 


.200 


2-2 


1.000 


0-2 


2 


2 


2 


2 








7 


.M Indiana INC.Ul 


1-0 


22 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


5-6 


.833 


1-2 


3 








1 





1 


7 


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

Dale Oppoiieni l^-liH Mill, ffc'-l Pf(. ,H6-1 Pel. hJ-i Pel. 


0-D 


m 


PF 


\ 


TO 


B 


s 


PIS 


N20 VS. Louis\ille 


1-0 


18 


2-2 


1.000 


1-1 


1 .000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





9 





4 





2 


5 


N2t VS. Illinois 


1-0 


12 


3-5 


.600 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


4 


3 











7 


N22 \s. Darton 


1-0 


21 


4-6 


.667 


4-5 


.800 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


2 


5 


2 





2 


12 


N29 \s. Wisconsin 


1-0 


21 


1-3 


.333 


1-2 


.500 


5-6 


.833 


1-4 


5 





2 


1 





1 


8 


1)2 \-s. Michigan 


1-0 


18 


1-4 


.250 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


1 


I 


1 








3 


D3 VS. Ceo. Washington 1-0 


21 


4-7 


.571 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


4 


1 


2 











10 


D6 Stun\ Biiiiik 


1-0 


16 


2-5 


.400 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


1-3 


4 


1 


5 


2 





I 


5 


[)9 al l'riiiis\l\anla 


1-0 


14 


2-3 


.667 


2-3 


.667 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


I 





2 


3 








6 


D13 IMIiC 


1-0 


18 


3-4 


.750 


2-2 


1 .000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


7 


4 





1 


1 


8 


1)23 Norfolk State 


1-0 


26 


2-7 


.222 


1-3 


.333 


2-2 


1.000 


1-1 


2 


1 


4 


4 





1 


7 


D27 Chicago Stale 


1-0 


18 


,3-4 


.750 


1-2 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


1 


1 


6 


2 





1 


8 


D30 miES 


1-0 


22 


4-7 


.571 


2-3 


.667 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 





2 


5 





1 


1 


12 


J2 at Clemson 


1-0 


26 


1-6 


.167 


0-4 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-1 


1 


2 


6 








1 


4 


J6 Georgia Tech 


1-0 


17 


4-5 


.800 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


1.000 


0-1 


1 





3 


2 








9 


J 10 North Camllna 


1-0 


21 


2-7 


.286 


1-5 


.200 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 


2 











5 


J 1 4 at Florida Slate 


1-0 


21 


2-6 


.333 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


2 


4 








2 


5 


,117 Wake Forest 


1-0 


14 


0-2 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


2-2 


4 


2 


2 


1 


1 





1 


J21 at NC State 


1-0 


14 


1-1 


1.000 


l-l 


1.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-4 


4 


1 


1 


3 








5 


J27 Duke 


1-0 


13 


2-3 


.667 


0-1 


.000 


4-8 


.500 


1-2 


3 


1 





1 





1 


8 


J31 at Virginia 


1-0 


9 


3-3 


1.000 


3-3 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 





1 








9 


F4 Clemson 


1-0 


15 


2-3 


.667 


2-3 


.667 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 








1 


1 





2 


6 


F6 at (k'orgia Tech 


1-0 


15 


6-12 


.500 


3-8 


.375 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


3 


1 


5 





2 


15 


F10 al North Carolina 


1-0 


23 


7-16 


.438 


2-7 


.286 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 


2 


1 





2 


16 


Ft 4 Florida State 


1-0 


18 


3-6 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


1-1 


7 


1 


2 


2 








7 


F17 at Wake iMirest 


1-0 


20 


0-3 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


3 


2 


2 











F2I) NC Slate 


1-0 


15 


0-2 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 





3 





1 








F24 Oklahoma 


1-0 


11 


0-2 


,000 


0-2 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 











1 








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 I.VCCI 


1-0 


13 


3-4 


.750 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


3 


1 


1 








6 


MIO Dukf IVCCl 


1-0 


8 


3-4 


.750 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 





1 








6 


MITi Geo Mason |NC.U 


1-0 


13 


3-5 


.600 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


2-0 


7 


1 





1 


1 


1 


8 


MI7 Ga Slate |\CV\| 


1-0 


13 


1-3 


.333 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 











1 








2 


M22 Gi-orKclo\\ii|NC.V\ 


1-0 


14 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 








3 











4 


M24 StanlordlNCWj 


1-0 


17 


2-4 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


2-3 


.667 


0-1 


1 


2 


3 











6 


M3I DukelNCAM 


1-0 


12 


1-5 


.200 


0-0 


.000 


5-6 


.833 


2-1 


3 


2 


1 


1 








7 


1 



IMIIME COMSECUTIVE ^:CAA TOURtVAMEIVTS • SWEET SIXTEEIXI IIV SIX OF THE LAST IMItUE YEARS • TWO GOIXISECUTIVE FIIXIAL FOLRS • 25 WINS IKi FOUR STRAIEHT YEARS 




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■ COMCAST CEIVTER WELCDMES THE eOOe INJATIOMAL CHAMPIOMS 



Stars Zendon Hamilton of St. John's in 1994 and VVally 
Sczerbiali of Miami (Ohio) in 1995 ... Nassau County 
Player of the Year and .All-Long Island First-team selec- 
tion by'.Vensday ... named a tri-state legend by the .Veiv 
York Daily \ens following his senior season ... pre\1ous 
honorees on the legend team include Ellon Brand. Tim 
Thomas and Ron .\rtest ... was honored as a member of 
the legend team at Madison Square Garden on .\pril 29. 
1999 prior to a New York Knicks vs. Philadelphia 76ers 
game ... all-state Class .A selection by the NY. state 
sportswriters association . . . all-city first-team selection 
b\ the .Veil York Post following his outstanding senior 
season ... named the M\'P of the Sugar City Classic as 
he led Luthern to the tournament championship in Sa- 
vannah. Ga.. his senior season ... scored 39 points and 
ttas named the Nassau County team M\'P of the 10th 
annual Lupus .Ml-Star Basketball Classic prior to the 
start of his senior season . . . scored 3 1 second-half points 
as he attempted to pull Nassau back into the game in 
the closing minutes ... was a giant in the 1999 slate 
federation Class .\ Tournament semifinals against Rice 
of Manhattan on March 26. 1999. with career-high 33 
points on l2-of-23 shooting (.522) ftxjm the field to go 
along with sL\ 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 Pro\1dence Dav School 



of Raleigh. N.C.. on Feb. 1 5 of his senior season . . . scored 
26 of Lutheran's 51 points against Maris! of New Jersey 
in the Nike Super Six Tournament at Madison Square 
Garden on Jan. 17. 1999 ... scored 29 points on senior 
night to lead Lutheran past Chaminade and help the Cru- 
saders finish their regular season with a 21-3 record ... 
the \1ctory capped an undefeated season at home and a 
perfect 9-0 record during the month of February ... 
Lutheran's 1997 team won the state championship as it 
defeated the Ron .Artest-led LaSalle .\cademy team in 
the semifinals ... was an .Ml-Long Island second team 
honoree as a junior w hen he a\eraged 1 8 points per game 
... led the Crusaders to the state federation champion- 



ship game with a 23-point performance in the semifinal 
round against Grady High School of BrookKn ... added 
26 points in the title game against Rice ... coached by 
Ronn Hall ... a cniwd fa\orite at the annual Capital Clas- 
sic .\II-Star game at MCI Center following his senior sea- 
son ... played in Cole Field House for the first time dur- 
ing the 1998 Charlie Weber Tournament. 

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

the Raiders. 



Mcholas' Career Highs 

Cateson # Opponent/Date 


Points 


27 


vs, F Dickinson. 1 1-22-99 


FG 


9 


vs. F Dickinson. 11-22-99 


FGA 


16 


at North Carolina. 2-10-01 


3FG 


4 


vs. Davlon. 11-22-00 




4 


vs. F Dickinson, 11-22-99 


3FG.A 


8 


at Georgia Tech, 2-6-01 


FT 


5 


vs. Duke. 3-31-01 




5 


vs. Wisconsin. 11-29-00 




5 


vs. F Dickinson. 11-22-99 


FTA 


8 


vs. Duke, 1-27-01 


Rebounds 


5 


four times 


Assists 


10 


vs. Virginia. 3-3-01 


Blocks 


2 


vs. Delaware State, 11-24-01 


Steals 


4 


vs, Tulane, 11-19-99 


Minutes 


28 


vs. Florida State, 3-10-00 




28 


vs. F Dickinson. 11-22-99 


1 



Mcholas' i999-00 Game-by-Game Statistics IFreslmanI 

Dale Oppomnl C-CS Mia. fC-l Pel. 3FG-i Pel. FT-I Pel. 


00 


7b( 


PF 


t 


TO 


B 


s 


PIS 


N17 LSF 


1-0 


21 


1-3 


.333 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


1 





7 








1 


2 


N19 Tulane 


1-0 


18 


2-7 


.286 


2-5 


.400 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





2 


2 


1 





4 


6 


N22 F Dickinson 


1-0 


28 


9-11 


.818 


4-6 


.667 


5-7 


.714 


0-0 








3 


3 


1 


7 


27 


N24 Kenluckv 


1-0 


21 


2-7 


.286 


0-4 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


4 


2 


1 








4 


N26 Notre Dame 


1-0 


15 


2-5 


.400 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





3 


3 


2 








5 


N30 Iowa 


1-0 


20 


1-3 


.333 


1-3 


.333 


1-2 


.500 


n-3 


3 


3 





1 








4 


D4 Illinois 


1-0 


12 


0-2 


.000 


0-2 


000 


0-1 


.000 


1-0 


1 


2 


1 














D5 Geo. Washington 


1-0 


22 


3-5 


.600 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


9 


2 


2 








8 


07 Wlnthrop 


1-0 


21 


2-6 


.333 


0-3 


.000 


3-4 


.750 


1-4 


5 





3 


1 





1 


7 


Dll Kentuckv 


1-0 


13 


3-6 


.500 


t-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





2 


2 











7 


D27 George Mason 


1-0 


12 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 








2 


2 








2 


D30 l.MBC 


I-O 


26 


5-8 


.625 


2-5 


.400 


0-1 


.000 


0-3 


3 


1 


2 


2 





1 


12 


J2 Coastal Carolina 


1-0 


22 


3-6 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-3 


3 


2 


2 





1 





7 


J7 NC Slate 


1-0 


11 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0- 











2 





1 





J9 Duke 


1-0 


8 


1-1 


1.000 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





2 














3 


J16 Georgia Tech 


1-0 


15 


0-2 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 

















J 19 Wake Forest 


1-0 


9 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 


1 














J22 Ciemson 


1-0 


15 


1-7 


.143 


1-6 


.167 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 


1 





1 





1 


3 


J27 -Norlti Carolina 


1-0 


10 


2-5 


.400 


2-5 


.400 


0-0 


.0110 


0-1 


1 


2 


I 


1 





1 


6 


J29 Florida State 


1-0 


13 


4-7 


.571 


1-4 


.2,50 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 





2 





1 





9 


F2 Virginia 


1-0 


14 


0-1 


.000 


n-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-1 


1 


1 


2 


1 








2 


F6 NC State 


1-0 


17 


2-3 


.667 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-1 


1 


2 


2 


1 








4 


F9 Duke 


1-0 


8 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 





I 











FI3 Temple 


1-0 


6 


1-2 


.500 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 





1 








3 


F16 Georgia Tech 


1-0 


15 


2-7 


.286 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 


2 


3 


1 








4 


F19 Wake Forest 


1-0 


11 


2-3 


.667 


2-2 1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 




















6 


F22 Ciemson 


1-0 


16 


3-5 


.600 


1-2 


500 


2-2 


1.000 


0-2 


2 





1 











9 


F26 N'orlb Carolina 


1-0 


8 


1-3 


.333 


1-1 


.000 


ll-O 


000 


0-0 





1 


I 











3 


.Ml Florida State 


1-0 


15 


0-3 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


'>.' 


1 OUO 


0-1 


1 


2 


3 











2 


M4 Virginia 


1-0 


13 


1-1 


1. 000 


0-0 


.000 


11-0 


000 


0-1 


1 


2 





1 


1 





2 


MIO Florida State l.yCC 


1-0 


28 


2-8 


.250 


1-5 


.200 


1-2 


.500 


2-0 


■> 





6 








2 


6 


Mil NC Slate I.VCCl 


1-0 


17 


3-4 


.750 


3-4 


.750 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 





3 





1 








9 


M12 Duke lACCl 


1-0 


16 


1-6 


.167 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


2-1 


3 


2 





1 





1 


3 


M16 lonajNC.AAl 


1-0 


20 


3-7 


.429 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 


2 


3 





1 


7 


M18 liCLA \K(A.\\ 


1-0 


16 


2-5 


.400 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





3 





1 








5 


1 



Mcliolas' Career Statistics 

Year GP-GS Mln.-Ava. 



FG-A Pet. 



3P-A 



Pet. 



FT-A 



Pet. OR-DR Reb-Avg. PF-D .Ast Tb BIk St Pts.-Avg. 



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 



16 177-5.1 




IK 

z 

< 

E 
E 






2000-01 


36-0 


596-166 


85-172 


.494 


34-81 


.420 


33-47 


.702 


17-39 


56-1.6 


44-0 


86 


45 


5 


22 


237-6.6 


2001-02 


36-1 


737-20.5 


82-172 


.477 


38-96 


.396 


53-66 


.803 


10-71 


81-2.3 


47-0 


88 


37 


12 


16 


255-7.1 


Career 


I07-I 


1884-17.6 


231-496 


.466 


103-269 


.383 


104-142 


.732 


36-139 


175-1.6 


138-0 


224 


113 


21 


54 


669-6.3 


Mcliolas' 

Year 


\CC Statistics 

GP-GS Min.-Avs. 


FC-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Ave. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-AVK 


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 


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 


2001-02 


16-0 


327-20.4 


39-74 


.,527 


21-42 


.500 


24-28 


.857 


3-32 


35-2.2 


23-0 


45 


14 


5 


7 


123-7.7 


Career 


48-0 


794-16.5 


98-209 


.469 


45-113 


.398 


41-54 


.760 


13-59 


72-1.5 


59-0 


100 


43 


9 


21 


282-5.9 


Mcholas' 

Year 


\C\\ Toumawent Statistics 

GP-GS Min.-A»«. FG-A 


Pel. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-.Avs. 


PF-D 


Ast 


Tb 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-.Avg. 


1 999-00 


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 


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 


2001-02 


6-0 


129-21.5 


12-31 


387 


7-19 


.368 


10-11 


.909 


2-12 


14-2.3 


8-0 


14 


9 





4 


41-6.8 


Career 


13-0 


214-16.5 


25-63 


.397 


9-29 


.310 


21-24 


.875 


6-14 


20-1.5 


17-0 


23 


16 


1 


6 


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Fonvard/Center 

Duncamille. Texas 

(Duncamille/Wegany CC) 

6-9 • 255 • Senior. IV 












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On Randle: Returning senior whose development in 2002 
was instrumental In the Terps' drive to the NCM title ... 
fills interior niles at power forward and renter, and was 
remarkably productive in his first Division I season while 
averaging just 9.(3 minutes per game ... former junior 
college recruit who helped Allegany CC to the national 
junior college fi- 
nals ... helped it- 
stock Maryland's 
interior depth, 
while adding an- 
other qualitN 
shooter facing the 
basket ... handles 
the ball well, and 
passes well for a 
big man. has surprising agility 
for his size and displayed outstand- 
ing ability to block shots. 

Williams on Randle: When Ryan 
came in. niil)(idy was sure exactly 
just how good he could be for us. 
He turned out to be. by the end of 
the year someone you could put 
in the game and have no worries. 
He was very dependable. He 
played a great deal of time 
against Kansas when Lonny 
|Ba.\ter] got into foul trouble. He's 
played really well against good teams 
and good players. This is a big year for 
Ryan. When you come in as a junior college 
player, you want to make sure you have that 
senior year that reallv pays off. 1 think Ryan 
has the potential to play after college, so this 
will be a big year for him to polish his game. 
He can shoot the ball, he can pass, and put it 
on the floor a little bit. " 

2001-02: Played in 34 games during his 
first major college season, averaging 
3.8 points and 3.1 rebounds in 9.6 
minutes of action ... agile big man 
rounded out Maryland's incredibly 
deep frontcourt in his first season 
with the team ... made his Terra 
pin debut against Temple at the 
Coaches \s. Cancer IKON Clas- 
sic ... contributed seven points 
against American and Detroit 
in his first two games at Cole Field 
House ... best statistical outing was 
against Norfolk State w hen he registered 
his first five blocked shots of the sea- 
son to go along with a career-high 12 
points and eight rebounds in a ca 
reer-high 2o minutes ... nine 
points came in 12 minutes 
against North Carolina on Jan. 9. 
on 4-of-4 shooting with a three re 
bounds and two steals ... si.\ points and five re- 
bounds in Hi minutes at Florida State ... scored six 
points, pulled dowTi t\\ o rebounds and blocked three shots 







in 1 1 minutes vs. FSU in the .ACC Tournament ,,, regis- 
tered four points and three rebounds in his first NC.-VA 
Tournament appearance, vs, Siena, and added four points 
and four rebounds in an NC.\.A second round game vs. 
Wisconsin ... logged 15 valuable minutes as the Terps 
topped Kansas in the Final Four. 

At Allegany CC: 

Played the 1999-00 
and 2000-01 sea- 
sons at Allegany CC 
where he helped 
lead the Trojans to 
the NJC.\A champi- 
onship game as a 
sophomore ... led 
Allegany to a 32-3 record and earned all- 
league honors in the Maryland Junior Col- 
lege .\thletic Conference ... Allegany fin- 
shed 16-1 in the MJC.A\ ... Allegany was 
ranked No. 10 in the country, topping the 
century mark 16 times and ranking sec- 
ond in the nation in scoring ... averaged 
13.2 points and 7.8 rebounds per game 
while leading the team with 61 blocked 
shots ... shot near 60 percent and 
anked among MJC.\.\ leaders... team 
was 28-2 as a freshman, when he av- 
eraged 10.2 points, j.l 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 Marv- 
land JICO championship with a re- 
bound, full-court dribble and a 30-foot 
3-pointerwith 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 except for Steve Francis." ... Francis 
played at Allegany during the 1 998 season be- 
fore competing at Maryland as a junior in 1 999. 

High School: Graduated in 1999 from Duncanville 
High School in the suburbs of Dallas, Te.xas ... set a 
school record for blocked shots 
while leading his team to the 1999 
Texas 5A state championship, with 
a 79-63 win over Dallas Kimball ... 
team was 35-3 while Randle aver- 
aged 1 points, 13 rebounds and six 
blocks en route to a second team all- 
state selection ... his team advanced 
to the regional semifinal of the state tour- 
nament 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 



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Duncanville with liniversity (if Texas leammales Chris 
Owens antl Brian Bodrlicl^er ... coached by Phil McNeely. 

Personal: Ryan Kandle ... born April 21, 1981 ... son of 
Jessica Handle ... has two younger brothers. Tye (18) 
andTerrance (U| ... an uncle. Christopher Randle, was 
a former tight end at the I nivcrsity of New Mexico ... 

l.iNorile allilele is (Irani Mill ... nickname is "Sleepy." 




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Ramlle 

Cateson 

Points 

FG 

FGA 

3FG 

3FCA 

IT 


# Opponent/Date 

12 vs, Norfolk State, 1-3-02 
6 vs, Norfolk State, 1-3-02 

11 vs, Norfolk State. 1-3-02 
1 vs. William & Mary. 12-27-01 
1 vs, Williams Mary, 12-27-01 
3 vs, Detroit,, 12-9-01 
3 vs, American, 11-17-01 


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Rebounds 
,<\ssists 
Blocks 

steals 


4 vs, Detroit, 12-9-01 

9 vs, William & Mary, 12-27-01 
2 at Georgia Tech. 1-13-02 

5 vs, Norfolk State, 1-3-02 
2 at Clemson, 2-22-02 

2 vs, NC State. 2-3-02 


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2 vs. 


North Carolina, 1-9-02 






Minutes 


25 vs. 


Norfolk State. 1-3-02 




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Handled 2001-02 Gamc-hy-Game Statistics IJmioi'l 

l>alp Opilom'iU U-KS Mhi. IC-X Pel. iil'li-V PrI. IT-A Pd. 


U-ll lol 


PI \ TO B 


s 


PUS 


^8 -Arizona 


dnp 




















N9 Temple 


1-0 6 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 ,000 


0-3 3 


10 





2 


\I7 American 


1-0 7 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


3-3 1,000 


2-4 6 








7 


\24 DekirtiHv State 


1-0 13 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


,000 


2-2 1,000 


1-4 5 


10 2 


1 


4 


\21 lililKliS 


1-0 7 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 ,000 


1-1 2 


10 








D2 Princeton 


1-0 3 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 ,00(1 


0-0 











1)3 ConnecUcul 


1-0 3 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 ,000 


0-1 1 


10 








1)9 Oetmit 


1-0 11 


2-3 


,667 


0-0 


,000 


3-4 ,750 


1-3 4 


3 2 





7 


1) 1 1 Mnnraoutli 


1-0 11 


1-3 


,333 


0-0 


,000 


1-2 ,500 


2 1 


3 





1 


1)21 at Oklahoma 


dnp 




















1)27 William & Marv 


t-0 13 


3-6 


.500 


1-1 


,000 


2-2 1,000 


2-7 9 


10 10 





9 


D30 at NC State 


1-0 t 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 ,000 


0-0 











J3 Norfolk State 


1-0 23 


6-11 


.545 


0-0 


,000 


0-1 ,000 


2-6 8 


3 5 


1 


12 


J9 North Carolina 


1-0 12 


4-4 


1.000 


0-0 


,000 


1-1 1,000 


1-2 3 


3 2 1 


2 


9 


J13 at Ceursia Tech 


1-0 9 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 ,000 


0-5 5 


3 2 1 





2 


J17 at tluke 


1-0 12 


3-9 


.333 


0-0 


,000 


1-1 1,000 


3-3 6 


2 10 





7 


,120 Cli'ni.siin 


1-0 7 


1-1 


1. 000 


0-0 


,000 


1-3 ,333 


1-2 3 


10 1 





3 


,123 ,11 Wake forest 


1-0 16 


3-4 


.750 


0-0 


,000 


0-2 ,000 


1-3 4 


3 





6 


J2B Florida Slate 


t-0 12 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 ,000 


1-3 4 


2 





4 


,131 atVirsinia 


1-0 3 


2-3 


.667 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 ,000 


0-3 3 


10 





4 


F3 NC State 


1-0 13 


3-3 


1.000 


0-0 


,000 


1-2 ,300 


2-1 3 


10 


2 


7 


l''10 at North Carolina 


1-0 12 


1-5 


.200 


0-0 


,000 


0-2 ,000 


1-1 2 


3 10 1 


1 


2 


Ft 3 GcoraiaTech 


1-0 12 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 ,000 


3-0 3 


2 2 


1 


2 


F17 Duke 


1-0 5 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 ,000 


1-0 1 


2 


1 


2 


F20 at Clemson 


1-0 11 


2-3 


.667 


0-0 


,000 


1-2 ,500 


2-3 5 


110 


2 


5 


F24 Wake Forest 


1-0 5 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 ,000 


0-1 1 


3 110 





2 


F27 at Florida State 


1-0 16 


3-4 


.750 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 ,000 


1-4 5 


2 111 


1 


6 


M3 Virginia 


1-0 8 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 ,000 


1-2 3 


10 2 





4 


MH Florida State lACC 


1-0 11 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


,000 


2-2 1,000 


1-1 2 


3 13 





6 


M9 NC State |ACC| 


1-0 8 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 ,000 


0-1 1 


1 








Mia Siena INC.AM 


1-0 13 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 ,000 


1-2 3 


10 


1 


4 


Mt7 Wisconsin INC \\| 


1-0 10 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 ,000 


2-2 4 


3 10 





4 


M22 Kenluck\ |\CV\| 


1-0 8 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 ,00(1 


0-1 1 


10 








M24 Conneellcnl |\CV\| 1-0 4 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 ,000 


1-0 1 


3 





2 


M30 Kansas INCWl 


1-0 15 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


,000 


O-I ,000 


1-1 2 


10 2 





2 


Al Indiana |\C\\| 


1-1 4 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 ,000 


0-0 


t 





2 



Handle's Career Statistics 



^ear GP-GS Min.-,^vg. 


FC-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-OR 


Reb-Avfi. 


PF-U 


Asl 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-A»S 


2001-02 34-0 326-9,6 


55-105 


,524 


1-1 


1.000 


18-32 


.563 


35-71 


106-3.1 


52-0 


5 


16 


18 


13 


129-3.8 


Randies XCC Statistics 

Year GP-GS \iiii.-\\fi. 


k;-\ 


Pel. 


3P-\ 


Pel. 


II- \ 


Pel. 


OK-IIK 


Krl)-\\g. 


Pl-I) 


Vsl 


To 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-A>s 


2001-02 16-0 154-9.6 


30-53 


.566 


0-0 


.000 


5-13 


.385 


18-33 


51-3.2 


29-0 


4 


8 


7 


10 


65-4.1 


Randies WAX Tournament Statistics 

Year GP-GS Miii.-Avs. FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


IT-A 


Pit. 


OK-l)K 


Keb-\va. 


Pl-I) 


.Yst 


Id 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-AVB. 


2001-02 6-0 54-9.0 


7-15 


.467 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


5-6 


11-1.8 


9-0 


1 


1 


2 


1 


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Andre Collins 

Guard 

Chsaeld. I W. 

(Crisneld/ 

Hargrave MilUaij) 

5-9 • 160 • Sophomore. IV 




On Collins: \n ultra-quick point guard wlio played a re- 
sen e role lasl season as part of the Terps' uatiiinal cliam- 
plons ... is expected In help mo\e the hall iiuickly up the 
floor for Maryland ... will move into the point {juaixl rota- 
tion with Sle\e Blake, Drew Nicholas and John (alchrist 
... was an outstanding scorer and exciting player in high 
school, before participating one season at Hargrave Mili- 
tary .(Academy ... wore #1(1 on his jersey as a freshman. 

Uillianis on Collins: "Andre gives us a quick guard. 
.Andre showed in flashes last year his ability to score. .\s 
he continues to work on his ballhandling. he's going to 
become a \ery important player for us. .\ndre's as quick 
as anybody we'll play against and he has the ability to 
gel the ball downcourt in a hurry. .Andre's going to play a 
lot of basketball at the University of Maryland." 



2001-02: True freshman point guard who logged 
playing lime in 22 games as a reserve, including 
two NC.\.\ contests ... made his collegiate debut 
against \meriean on Nov. 17 ... dished three as- 
sists In eight minutes against Delaware State 
and recorded his first collegiate steal 
... poured in six points on 2-of-3 -\ 

shooting from 3-point range in five 
minutes against Monmouth ... reg 
istered a career night with 
a career-hieh 
10 points on 
5 - f - 6 
shooting 
and 1 1 j 
minutes i;.. 
played \s. 
Norfolk 
State 

scored seven points on 3-of-3 shooting 
against North Carolina on Jan. 9 ... also 
matched his career high of three assists 
against the Tar Heels . . . added three as- 
sists to a li\e-point effort in fi\e minutes of 
actional Florida State ... his 3-pointer with 
no time on the clock \s. \irginia on March 
3 will stand as the last field goal in Cole 
Field House history ... was 3-for-3 from the 
lield vs. Florida Stale in the .ACC Tournament, 
contribuling eight points, a rebound, steal 
and assist . . . logged minutes in his first NCM 
Tournament game vs. Siena. 






Ilargra\e Military Academy: Starting point guard for 
one season at Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham. 
\a.. where Terrapin teammate l,onn\ Baxter played, also 
. . . a\ eraged I Ti.ti points and 8.0 assists per game in help- 
ing lead hissquadtoanovcrall record of 27-1 ... led the 
team in assists and was .second in scoring ... one of 1 1 
players fnmi his Hargrave team to land a Division I schol- 
arship ... scored 18 points, with seven retwunds and 
seven assists against I'feilfer L nivei'sity JV ... scored 20 
or more In consecutive games against Rockingham JC 
(24), Guilford College J\ (21) and Southern \irginia Col- 
lege JV (21) ... played in the 
Charm City Classic all-star 
game in Baltimore in April 
2001, with fellow Mary- 
land signee ^^chael 
Grinnon. 



HiSh School: Gradu- 
ated in 2000 from 
Crisfield High 
School In 

Crisneld. Mri.... 
prep All-.Ameri- 
can who led his 
team to a 2,o-3 record 
and a Maryland l.A state title as a se- 
nior ... averaged 30. j points. 9.9 as- 
sists. 3. 1 steals and -4.9 rebounds per 
game on his way to earning first team 
all-slate honors (small schools) ... 
selected Player of the Year on the 
Eastern Shore and was tabbed lo 
play in the Capital Classic All-Star 
game following his senior season ... 
four-year starter w ho totaled 2. 1 52 
points in his career, never averag- 
ing fewer than 10 points in a season 
... a first team all-slate selection as 
a sophomore, junior and senior. 

Personal: Andre Collins ... born 
.Aug. 9. 1982 ... son of Romaine 
Henderson and Andrew Collins .. . sib- 
lings include Andrew (23). Chris (13). 
Chanlel (10) and Danielle (9) ... ma- 
joring in letters and sciences. 




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Points 

FG 

FGA 

3FG 

3FGA 


Career Highs 

# Opponent/Date 

10 vs. Norfolk State, 1-3-02 

5 vs. Norfolk State. 1-3-02 

6 vs. Norfolk State, 1-3-02 

2 vs. Monmoulh, 12-11-01 

3 vs. North Carolina. 1-9-02 
3 vs. Monmouth, 12-11-01 


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2 vs. Florida State, 3-8-02 
2 al Florida State, 2-27-02 


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FTA 

Rel)ounds 

Assists 


2 four limes 

2 at Florida State, 2-27-02 

3 at Florida State. 2-27-02 
3 vs. North Carolina, 1-9-02 







3 vs. Delaware State, 1 1-24-01 1 




BlocliS 
Steals 
Minutes 




1 five times 
11 vs. Norfolk State. 1-3-02 


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Dale OppoiH'nl C-tS Mln. K«-A Pol. 3FG-\ Pel. FT-\ Pet. 


O-D Tol PR A TO B S 


Pl,s 


N8 .Nrizona 


dnp 


















\9 Temple 


dnp 


















NI7 American 


1-0 


2 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 .000 


0-0 .000 


0-1 12 10 


2 


N24 Delaware Stale 


1-0 


8 


0-2 


.000 


0-1 .000 


0-0 .000 


0-1 10 3 1 





N27 Illinois 


dnp 


















D2 Piincelon 


dnp 


















D3 Connccticul 


dnp 


















09 Detroil 


1-0 


6 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 .000 


0-0 .000 


0-1 10 2 10 1 





Dll Monmoulh 


1-0 


5 


2-3 


.667 


2-3 .667 


0-0 .000 


0-0 1110 


6 


D2I at Oklahoma 


dnp 


















1127 William & Marv 


1-0 


7 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 .000 


0-0 .000 


0-1 112 10 1 





1)30 at NC Slate 


dnp 


















J3 Norfolk State 


1-0 


11 


5-6 


.833 


0-0 .000 


0-0 .000 


0-1 1110 


10 


J9 North Carolina 


1-0 


9 


3-5 


.600 


1-3 .333 


0-0 .000 


0-1 10 3 3 


7 


,113 al Georsia Tech 


t-O 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 .000 


0-0 .000 


0-0 10 





JI7 at Duke 


1-0 


4 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 .000 


0-0 .000 


0-0 





J2U Clcmsnn 


1-0 


7 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 .000 


0-0 .000 


0-0 





J23 al Wake F«re,st 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 .000 


0-0 .000 


0-1 10 





,l2fi Floriila State 


1-0 


3 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 .000 


0-0 .000 


0-0 12 


2 


.131 at\irainla 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 .000 


0-0 .000 


0-0 





K3 NC State 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


n-0 .000 


0-0 .000 


0-0 





KIO at North Carolina 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 .000 


0-1 .000 


0-0 10 





FI3 GeofKiaTech 


1-0 


3 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 .000 


2-2 1.000 


0-1 10 10 


2 


F17 Duke 


dnp 


















F20 at Clcmson 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 .000 


0-0 .000 


0-0 





F24 Wake Forest 


dnp 


















F27 at Florida Stale 


1-0 


6 


1-3 


.333 


1-2 .500 


2-2 1.000 


0-2 2 3 10 


5 


\I3 Virsinia 


1-0 


2 


1-1 


1.000 


1-1 1.000 


1-2 .500 


0-1 10 


4 


M8 Florida State |.UC 


1-0 


5 


3-3 


1.000 


0-0 .000 


2-2 1.000 


0-1 10 110 1 


8 


\I9 NC State lACCl 


dnp 


















\ll,"i Siena |\CA\| 


1-0 


2 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 .000 


0-0 .000 


0-0 10 





Ml 7 Wisiiinsin |NC.\\| 


1-0 


3 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 .000 


0-0 .000 


0-0 1 


2 


\I22 Kcnluck\ |\C\\1 


dnp 


















M24 Connectirul |\CUldnp 1 


M30 Kansas |NCV\| 


dnp 


















Al Indiana 1 NCAA) 


dnp 





















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Collins' 

Year 


Career SlalisUcs 

GP-GS Min.-Avs. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avs. 


PF-D 


,\st 


To 


Bill 


St 


Pts.-Ais 


2001-02 


22-0 83-3.8 


18-27 


.667 


5-10 


.500 


7-9 


.778 


0-12 


12-0.5 


8-0 


19 


12 





5 


48-2.2 


Collins 

Year 


\CC Stalistirs 

GP-GS ^lin.-Ave. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avs. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Bill 


St 


Pts.-Avs 


2001-02 


13-0 35-2.7 


6-10 


.600 


3-6 


.500 


5-7 


.714 


0-6 


6-0.5 


3-0 


8 


7 








20-1.5 


Collins' 

Year 


\Ci\ Tournamenl Slalistics 
GP-GS Min.-Avs. FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pel. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avs. 


PF-D 


Ast 


Td 


Bill 


St 


Pts.-A\s. 


2001-02 


2-0 5-2,5 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


0-0.0 


0-0 





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On Grinnoii: \ funclamenlally sound shooter who the 
Terps expect to fill a perimeter role ... can play as either 
a small forward or shooting guard ... played a reserve 
role behind Byron Mouton and Drew Nicholas at the swing 
position during 200 1 -02. and increased his strength and 
defensive capabilities 
during his first college 
season ... called a 
great outside shooter 
who knows the game, 
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Mike Grinnon 

Fonvavd 

Oyster Bay. !^.i: 

(St. Dominic) 

6-6 • i98 • Sopltomoie. i\ 




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\\illiams on Grinnon: "Mike didn't get a 
chance to plav much last year, playing be- 
hind some great players. Haxing played 
against BvTon Mouton and Juan DLxon e\- 
eryday in practice last year. Mike is cer- 
tainly a better player now than he was when he 
came in last year. Mike is one of those guys thai 
really came on during his senior year of high 
.school. Its amazing. Juan DLxon did the same thing 
up in Baltimore. People rate players nowadays 
from the time they are freshmen in high school. 
\nd if you get on somebody's list' early, you're go- 
ing to remain im 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 play- 
ing against guys that were on those lists and doing 
very well, so I think Mike is really going to surprise a 
lot of pla\ers once he gets his opportunity" 



2001-02: Swingman who played behind Byron Mou- 
ton and Drew Nicholas as a freshman, appearing in 1 (i 
games ... made his collegiate debut against .American 
on Nov. 17 ... registered his first college points against 
Delaware State on Nov 24 ... recorded an assist vs. 
William & Mary on Dec. 27 ... drilled a 3-pointer and 
pulled down a rebound in a four-minute .ACC debut 
against North Carolina on Jan. 9 ... recorded his first 
collegiate steal at Clemson ... logged his first career 
NC.\.A Tournament minutes vs. Wisconsin. 




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High School: Graduated in 2001 from St. Dominic High 
School in Oyster Bay, N.Y. ... averaged 19 points per 
game while leading St. Dom to a No. 14 Tmal ranking in 
the 2001 NY State Class \ Poll ... team M\P and first 
team all-league ... Grinnon and the perennial Long Is- 
land powerhouse Bayhawks were ranked as high as No. 
3 during his senior season ... Grinnon scored 21 points 
in the regular season finale against Holy Trinity with a 
first quarter 3-pointer pushing him o\ er the I .OOO-point 
mark for his career ... had 29 points including 5-of-6 
from 3-point range against St. John the Baptist ... 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 re- 
bounds as a junior ... teamed with fellow Maryland 
newcomer .Andre Collins at the Charm Cit\ 
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 ... en- 
joys music, golf and political 
science ... lists Rush 
Limbaugh and George \V. 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 ambas- 
sadors and S..A.D.D. (Students 
Against Destructive Decisions). 




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Grinnon's 

Categon 



Career Highs 

# Oppoiicnl/Dale 



Points 



3 vs. North Carolina. 1-9-02 



FG 



1 vs. North Carolina. 1-9-02 



1 vs. Delaware State. 11-2-1-01 



FGA 



2 vs. North Carolina. 1-9-02 



3FG 


1 vs. North Carolina. 1-9-02 


3FG\ 


2 vs. North Carolina, 1-9-02 


FT 


2 vs. Norfolk State. 1-3-02 


FTA 


2 vs. Norfolk State, 1-3-02 


Rebounds 


2 vs. Wisconsin. 3-17-02 


Assists 


1 four limes 


Biorlts 





Steals 


1 vs. Clemson. 2-22-02 


Minutes 


5 at Florida State, 2-27-02 




(irinnofiH 2001-02 Game-hy-Camc Stulistics ll-ivshniani 

Dal«- Oppomnl C-CS Mlii. It-V Pel, 3FC-\ Pel, tT-A Pel, 


0-U 


Tol 


PI 


A 


TO 


B 


s 


Pl.s 


N8 Arizona 


dnp 
































N9 Temple 


dnp 
































N17 American 


1-0 


2 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 




















N24 UeUm are Slate 


1-0 


4 


l-l 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 











I) 


2 


N27 Illinois 


dnp 
































1)2 Prineelun 


dnp 
































D3 Conneetieut 


dnp 
































09 Detrnil 


dnp 
































1)11 Monmimlh 


dnp 
































1)21 al Oklahoma 


dnp 
































1)27 William & .\lar\ 


1-0 


3 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


ooo 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 


1 


1 











D30 at NC State 


dnp 
































,1,1 Norfolk State 


1-0 


2 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1,000 


0-1 


1 


1 


1 











2 


.19 North Carolina 


1-0 


4 


1-2 


,500 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 

















3 


JI3 at Georgia Tech 


dnp 
































.117 at Duke 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























.120 Clemson 


dnp 
































J23 at Wake Forest 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 























.126 Florida State 


1-0 


2 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























J31 at Virginia 


dnp 
































F3 NC Stale 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























FIG at North Carolina 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























1''13 Georgia Tech 


l-fl 


1 


0-0 


,000 


(M) 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 








1 














FI7 Duke 


dnp 
































1'20 al Clemson 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 

















1 





V2A Wake Forest 


dnp 
































F27 al Florida Stale 


1-0 


3 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 


1 


2 











M3 Mrgini.i 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























M8 Florida Stale |.\C( 


1 dnp 
































M9 Ni:Slale|\(;Cl 


dnp 
































Mlfi Siena jNCWI 


dnp 
































MI7 \\is((insin |M;\\| 


1-0 


2 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-0 


9 




















M22 KenlU( kv INCWI 


dnp 
































M24 Connecticut |NC\\ldnp 


M30 Kan.<as|NC\\l 


dnp 
































Al Indiana INC V\| 


dnp 



































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(irinnon's Career Statist Us 

\ear GP-GS »lln.-Ave. 


FG-\ 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avs. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-A»s 


2001-02 16-0 33-2,1 


2-7 


.286 


1-4 


.250 


2-2 


1.000 


3-2 


5-0.3 


4-0 


4 


3 





1 


7-0,4 


Grinaon's \CC Statistics 

lear GP-GS Min.-Avs. 


FC-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-\>s. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


PIs.-Avs 


2001-02 10-0 18-1.8 


1-3 


.333 


1-2 


,500 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1-0.1 


1-0 


2 


2 





1 


3-0,3 


Grinnon's ICtl Tournament Statistics 

Var GP-GS Mln.-\vfi. FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pel. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avs. 


PF-D 


Ast 


Td 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Av«. 


2001-02 1-0 2-2,0 


0-1 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-0 


2-2,0 


0-0 














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Canei^Medley 

Forward 

Portland. Maine 

(Deering) 

6-8 • 220 • Frefihman 




On (laner-Modley: Will vie for a starting role at the small 
liirward position as just a freshman and rould be the 
most pleasant surprise of the Maryland recruilinii; class 
... honored by Ihe National llifih School (loaches Asso- 
ciation (MIISdA) as Ihc nalional hifih school boy's bas- 
ketball Athlete of the Year lor 2(102 ... regarded as the 
best prospect out of Ihe stale of Maine in several years, 
he was called "White Thunder" in media reports sur- 
rounding tlic Capital (Classic, identifying the youngster's 
aggressive play and leaping ability ... given the pmper 
developmeni, he could log significant minutes ... first 
Maryland plavcr from Maine since (iary Williams' team- 
mate Joe Harrington in Ihe lale I96(ls ... played sum- 
mer basketball last summer in Ihe Rucker Park League 
in Harlem where he played beside former Terps Byron 
Mouton and Steve Francis, and played against 
Kobe Bryant. 

Williams On Oaner-Medlcy: "I like In have ag 
grcssivc players and I personally like to have 
lefl-handed player on my team, and Mk gives ui 
both of Ihose things. He's a very good outside 
shooler hir alioid 6-7. and he's nol afraid 
lo mix il up inside. He's one of those play- 
ers, polenlially who can help you in 
a couple of positions thai you Ihniw 
in there to really get your team 
more aggressive. I think as a 
freshman, he can have some 
impact for us." 



Ilish School: Graduated from 
Deering High School in 2IMI2 
... Ihe player of the year in 
Maine and the slate's top-rated 
player following his junior year 
also ... NHSCA boy's basketball 
Athlete of the Year ... named the 
state's Mr. Basketball and the 
(Jatorade Player of the Year ... a 
Top 100 national recruit who 
steadily drew more attention as his 
career progressed ... a finalist for 





the McDonald's All-America team ... remarkable scor- 
ing as a senior, tallying a school-record 51 points on 
Feb. 12 vs. South Portland ... scored Al points in con- 
secutive games, had one game with 46 and another with 
44 during his final prep campaign ... scored 39 jiointsin 
a regional final game, and scored 26 points in a state 
championship defeat lo Brun,svvick ... led the Rams to 
back-to-back Western Maine titles, twice losing in the 
stale finals ... led the stale in scoring in back-to-back 
seasons, with a 36.5-poinl average in 2002 and a 26.8- 
point clip in 2(101 ... Dccring's career scoring leader 
wilh 1.641 points ... also led the Southern Maine Ath- 
letic Association as a senior with 1 ,").6 R'bounds and 4.2 
steals per game, and added 4.6 assists . . . posted 
12.7 rebounds. 4.4 steals and 4. 1 assists as a 
liinior under coach Mike Krancoeur ... first- 
team all-slate as a junior and senior, lead- 
ing the SM.VY in points and rebounds both 
seasons ... led his team to a 40-o record 
in his last two seasons and teamed with 
200 1 state player of the year Jamaal 
Caterina ... always played guard un- 
lil his junior year of high school 
after he grew five inches , , , was 
a wide receiver in hiotball as 
a freshman at Deering ... 
competed at the Capital 
Classic with .Maryland 
new comers Trav is (iarri- 
son. John Gilchrist and 
Chris McCray ... 

Personal: Nik Caner-Medley ... 
Iiorn on Oct. 20. 1983 ... son of Joe 
Medley and Janet Caner ... younger 
brother is Patrick (11) ... featured in 
Sports lllustrated's Faces In fhc Crowd 
during his senior year of high school ... 
high honor roll student in high school 
played summer .\.\li ball for Los Ange- 
les-based Pump 'N Run. where he stayed 
with his grandparents, Ed and Gloria 
Medley. 



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On Garrison: Tcrps' most hifjhly-resyrdt'd newcomer for 
2002-03 ... a 6-9 power forward wtio can face ttie bas- 
ket, rebound and defend in ttie interior ... will be looked 
upon to contribute ijuickly in his first college season, 
ioining newcomer Jamar Smith and returning seniors 
Tahj Holden and Ryan Randle among a four-player post 
rotation . . . could also see time as a swing forward as his 
perimeter game Improves. 



Garrison 

Forward/Center 

Suitland, IM. (De^latha) 

6-8 • 2.34 • Freshman 




Williams On Garrison: "Travis was a part of a great 
high school system. At 6-9 with the ability to shoot the 
ball as well as he can. but yet be a stmng inside player, 
really gives him a chance to come in and have an imme- 
diate impact. We lose Lonny Baxter and Chris Wilcox so 
there's some playing time that's available on the inside 
for a guy like Travis. He's going to get his chance. Some 
players adjust (|uickly. others take longer and there's 
nothing wrong with that. But Travis has played In 
a lot of big games and hopefully he can make a 
very quick adluslment to the college game." 

High School: (iraduated frnni DeMatha High 
School in 2002 ... led powerhouse DeMatha 
to a 31-3 record as a senior while averaging 
17.7 points, 13 rebounds and four blocks as 
the Stags won their second straight D.C. city 
title ... shot 7-1 percent from the free throw 
stripe ... capped his senior season by 
leading the Stags to a state Catholic 
title in the .Mhambra Invitalional 
... US.A Today third team .All- 
American and a consensus top 25 
recruit ... named MVP of five 
t(jurnaments including the f 
Adolph Kupp Classic in Ken- 
tucky and the Basketball 
Hall of Fame Classic in 



Massachusetts, and selected for McDonald's .All-Ameri- 
can game at Madison Square Garden ... the first local 
star named to the McDonald's All-America game since 
former DeMatha stars Keith Bogans and Joe Forte in 
1999 ... a first-team All-Met selection by the Washing- 
ton Post and a second team All-Mel pick as a junior ... 
axeraged 1 5 points, nine rebounds and three blocks as a 
junior under Hall of l-'amc coach Morgan Wootten ... was 
the MVP of the city title game as a junior ... participant 
in the Capital Classic alongside current Maryland fresh- 
men Mk Caner-Medley. ,lohn (iilchrist and Chris McCray 
... longtime friend and VAl! teammate of McCray's. 

Personal: Travis Garrison ... born April 20, 1984 ... 
son of Sheila and Lawrence Garrison ... has two older 
brothers, Lawrence (27) and Shavery (24) ,.. hopes to 
major in business at Maryland, and one day own his own 
business ... enjoys visiting museums and tour- 
ing new cities ... has enjoyed growing up in 
the shadows of Washington, D,C,, because of 
its different types of people, its history and 
its monuments ... favorite person is his 
mother, for having 
raised three sons 
... favorile ath- 
lete is Michael 
Jordan be- 
cause of the 
way he has 
opened doors 
as both a 
ballplayer and a 
successful busi- 
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John 
Gilchrist 

Guard 

Vlrgima Beach. Va. 

(Salem) 

6-3 • 190 • Freshman 




(111 (iilrhrisi: Two-time Virsinia state player of the year 
who announeeri his intenlions to come lo Maryiand be- 
eause of the long line of (le\ eloping players nnder roach 
Gary Williams . . . the physical point guaixl prospect should 
see immediate minutes split between duties behind Ste\e 
Blake and Di^w Nicholas at both guard posilicms . . . char- 
acterized as a winner and a competitor, and lists Juan 
Dixon as one of his favorite players ... attended 
Maryland's summer youth basketball camp since he was 
9-years old ... his college decision inlluenced by former 
Terp and current pro Joe Smith, who Gilchrist first met 
at summer camp and who also hails from the Morfolk. 
Va.. area ... invited to liSA Basketball's 2002 tryout camp 
for the U.S. Junior World 
Championship Oua 11 tying 
Team. 



Williams On Gilrhrisl: 

"Hewastheplayerofihe 
year for two straight 
years in the state of 
Virginia. He gives 
you a very 
strong guard. 
He's got al- 
most a 200- 
pound body at a 
point guard posi 
tion. and the quick- 
ness to play against a 
very good point guard 
fully he can really come in and 
help us because we need another 
guard lo get into a combination like 
we had last year. John can shoot the 
l)all well and he can play a couple of 
positions. He's in a great position be- 
cause he can learn I'rom Steve Blake, 
and he should be a really good player 
for four years for us." 

High School: A four-year starter at 
Salem High School where he gradu- 
ated in 2002 and was a two-time AP 
.AV\ Player of the Year in Virginia ... 
team finished 23-1 as a sophomore. 
29-1 as a junior and 17-2 as a senior 
under coach Bill Cochrane ... team 
was 15-0 in Virginia's East Region 
Beach District as a senior, falling to 




Hampton in the state's East Region championship game 
... finalist for the McDonalri's Ml-,\merica team ... re- 
garded as one of the lop li\c point guards in the country 
... helped Salem t(] three consecutive \A\ state titles in 
1999. 20110 and 2001 ... averaged 20 points, eight as- 
sists and just one turnover per game as a senior . . .scored 
19.8 |)oints per contest in 2000-01. to go with 7.5 as- 
sists and 6.7 rebounds ... shot over 85 percent from the 
free throw line and over 45 pcRTiil from the 3-point stripe 
in his last two seasons ... averaged 15 points and eight 
assists as just a sophomore ... ranked as the top point 
guard at the 2001 Nike Camp in Indianapolis, and as the 
country's fifth-best point guard by The Sporting A'eiis . . . 
plaved in the Charm City Classic all-star game in Balti- 
more with Terrapin teammate Chris McCray ... joined 
McCray. Nik Caner-Medley and Travis Garrison as par- 
ticipants at the Capital Classic at the MCI Center ... 
teamed with Duke recruit J.J. Kedickwhilew inning ,'\AU 
17-under and 19-under national championships ... also 
was an VM All-American. 

Personal: John Gilchrist III ... born June 29. 198-4 
... son of LaRita and John Gilchrist ... has an 
older brother, Roderick (25) and a younger sis- 
ter. Jennetta (I3| ... enjoys fishing, boats, jet 
skiing and anything cm water . . . learned to fish 
with his dad's brother (Eric) and sister (Terri) 
... hopes to study communications at Mary- 
land ... favorite athletes are Michael Jor- 
dan. Stephon Marbury and Baltimore 
Ravens linet>acker Ray Lewis ... has 
patterned his game after Marbury 
... favdrite high school memory 
off-the-court was his high 
school graduation because it 
made his family proud ... an 
idol is his grandmother, 
Vernice Gilchrist of No^ 
folk. Va.. who raised 
him during summers 
spent his sum- 
mers growing 
up in Norfolk 
where he 
learned to 
play basket- 
ball at the 
Boys and Girls 
Clubs in that 
area. 





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On llenn: Sophomore «alk-oii player who praetieed with 

the IVrps thimish much of their national eliampionship 
season in 2(1(12 ... an asiiealhiele who will eoneeiUrate 
his elloits toward preparing the Terps for each upcom- 
ing opponent ... could sec limited time at a small for- 
ward position ... he played intramural basketball and 
l(iotl)all as a true freshman ... seeking more of a chal- 
lenge, he chose to tryout with the basketball team 
during the 2001-02 season. 



he averaged 3.5 points per game ... he also ran track 
during his senior year, participating in the high hurdles 
and high jump events. 



Ili^h School: Graduated from Seton Hall Prep 
School in spring 2(100 ... played just one year of 
\arsitv basketball, as a senior during 2000 when 



Darien 
Henry 

Fonvavd 

Roxbinj. i¥.i. 

(Seton Hall Prep) 

6-6 • 202* Sophomore 





Personal; Darien Henry ... born Sepleniher 19. 1983 
... son of Vivian and George Henry ... has no brothers or 
sisters ... a member of the National Honor Society in 
high school, and a member of the key scholar 
program at Maryland ... attends the univer- 
sity on a partial academic scholarship ... 
hopes to major in computer engineering ... 
favorite sports movie is "Blue Chips." 



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Chris 
McCray 

Guard 

Capital Heights. IM. 

(Fairmont lleiglits) 

6-4 • 166 • Fresltman 




On McCray: Freshman shooting guard who will log time 
behind Drew Nicholas on the 2002-03 Terrapin roster 
... local scoring star who is the most natural shooting 
guard among Mar\land new comers ... consensus Top 100 
recruit who "showed ph\si(|ue and potential reminiscent 
to Juan Dixon" with his pla\ in the Capital Classic. 

Uilliuiiis On McCray: "\tm hate to compare players, 
l)ut when I saw Chris play he reminded me of a lot of the 
same (lualities I saw when I first watched Juan Di.xon. 
He has that ability to put the ball in the basket, he's a 
really good outside shooter and he really wants to win. 
Once you get a player that's a great player, you look for 
those characteristics in other players in recruiting. There 
is the potential for Chris to be a great player, but it takes 
a lot of work to make potential happen." 

High School: Graduated from Fairmont Heights High 
School in 2002 ... two-lime .Mi-Met selection by the 
Washington Post averaged 26.8 points. 7.9 rebounds. 
5.3 assists and 2.7 steals per game ...holds school 
career records for points (1.623) and three 
pointers (I76|. and ranked 16th among 
D.C. metro scoring leaders as a se- 
nior ... 40 percent 3-point 
shooter ... averaged 29 points 
to go with si.\ assists and four 
rebounds as a junior when he 
was a runner-up in voting for 
.Ml-.\let player of the year 
honors ... season-high 41 
points against Douglass HS 
as a senior, and had four 40- 
point scoring outbursts as a 
junior ... prep high 49-points 
against St. Frances of Balti- 
more as a junior ... high school 
coach was George Wake . . . team 
finished 12-10 as a senior, after 
a 1 9-6 mark and a trip to the Mary 
land 2A semifinals as a junior , 







played in the Charm City Classic in Baltimore w ith John 
Gilchrist, and the Capital Classic at the MCI Center with 
Caner-Medley Gilchrist and Travis Garrison. 

Personal: Chris McCray ... born May 27, 1984 ... son of 
Shirleeta McCray and Chris \Mlson ... has two younger 
sisters. Sharde |16) and Shantel (3). and a brother, 
Wiliam (II). who has been a Terps fan since he was 7 ... 
a cousin. Charlie Bill, is a freshman basketball player at 
Loyola (Md.| in Baltimore ... raised by his mother. 
Shirleeta. who has attended every game of his basket- 
ball career ... credits his uncle, Mehin McCray with help- 
ing him maintain his confidence throughout his child- 
hood and high school ... hopes to major in criminal jus- 
tice or computer science 
.. favorite athlete is 
\B.AstarRay.Mlen... 
grew up across the 
street from former 
NFL offensive line- 
man Orlando Brown 
... longtime friend 
and V\l teammate of 
teammate Travis 
Garrison, who 
he has 
know n 
•<ince the 
^l\th grade 
McCray 
,111(1 Garrison 
learned on the 
.A.M Potomac 
\alley Blue Devils with current 
Georgia Tech freshman Jarrett Jack 
... was a member of the N.UCP 
Young Men's Club at Fairmont 
Heights ... favorite sports movie is 
"Love and Basketball." 



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Fonvard/Center 

Sichlenille. \.J. 

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Division 1 season in 2002-03, hopeful of entering the 
Maryland starting lineup at small forward or power fo^ 
ward ... noted as a slimmer, quicker version of departed 
NBA prospect Chris Wilco.x ... teamed with Terp forward 
K\an Randle while both were at .Mlegany College during 
the 2001 season ... third pla\er in four years to join the 
Terps from Allegany, follow ing Randle and Houston Rock- 
ets all-star Sle\e Francis. 

Williams On Smith: "Jamar is one of those special play- 
ers who has the ability to play both the small forward 
and power foraard positions. He's really quick for a player 
of his size. He can play a couple of positions and he's 
very fundamentally sound after ha\1ng played for Bob 
Kirk. He should have an immediate impact. Its good that 
he and Ryan |Randle| shared a year together at Allegany 
The\ know _ 

each other 
and they 
know each 
other's 
games, ll 
p r b a b 1 \ 
m a k e s 
Jamar more 
comfortable 
coming into 
this situa- 
tion." 

Junior Col- 
lege; First 
team NJC.W 

\ll-.\merican w ho played two seasons 
at Allegany College in Cumberland. 
Md. ... averaged 17.9 points and 
12,8 rebounds at .\llegany in 2002 
w hile leading the Trojans to a 32-4 
record overall, a 17-0 league 
record and their second straight 
Maryland Jl CO championship , , 
named first learn ,11 CO All-Re- 






gion and first team All-Maryland among junior colleges 
.., helped theTYojanstotheir second straight Maryland 
JUCO title and national tournament appearance by win- 
ning M\P honors in the Maryland state tournament ... 
had 26 points. 18 rebounds, three steals and a pair of 
blocked shots as the Trojans defeated Hagerstown CC 
for the state championship ... in four tournament games, 
averaged 21.8 points by scoring 22. 1 9. 20 and 20 points 
in successive games ... combined for 37 rebounds in the 
semlFmal and final games ... averaged 8.1 points and 
5.5 rebounds as a freshman in 2001 while playing be- 
side Randle as Allegany played for the National Junior 
College championship. 

High School: (Jraduated from Overbrook High School in 
2000 ... four-year starter where he averaged 25 points. 
14 rehminds. Ihrcc blocks and hiiir assists per game. 

and was heralded as 
A prep All-American 
bv Street & Smith 
Magazine ... was 
his team's M\Pand 
named to all-state 
and All-South Jer- 
sey teams ... 
scored D\er 1 ,800 
points with over 
1.000 rebounds in 
his career ... 
pia\ed for coach 
Chuck Marciano. 

Personal: Born 
on Dec. 5. 1980 
... son of Dawn and Carlton Henry ... younger 
sister is .\ndrea (13) ... played on .\.Al teams 
with Florida State's Terrell Baker and former 
Duke star Jay Williams . . . lists his favorite ath- 
lete as Tracy McGradj ... grew up as a North 
Carolina fan, but began to like Maryland dur- 
, ing his sophomore year of high school and 
^ has been a Terps fan ever since. 



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Story of the Atlantic Coast Conference 




John S» of ford. 
ACC Commissioner 



ACC Member Schools 



Cli'msoii — Charter member of the SIM in 1894. 
charter member of the SC in 1921. rharter mem- 
ber of the ,\CC in 1953. 



Duke — Joined the SC in Derember, 1928; rharter 
member of the .\CC in 1953. 




Florida Stale —Charter member of the Dixie Con- 
ference in 1948. joined the Metro Conference in 
July. 1976; joined the ACC Sept. 15. 1990. 




The Ttadition 

Consistency. Its the mark of true excellence in any endeavor. 

However, in today's intercollegiate athletics, competition has become so balanced 

and so competitive that it is virtually impossible to maintain a high level of consis- 
tency. 

Vet the Atlantic Coast Conference has defied the odds. Now 
in its 50th year of competition, the ACC has long enjoyed the 
iv|iiiiation as one of the strongest and most competitive inter- 
( iillcgiate conferences in the nation. And that is not mere 
conjecture, the numbers support it. 

Since the league's inception in 1953. ACt^ schools ha\e 
captured 85 national champi(inships. including 43 in women's 
competition and 42 in men's. In addition, 120 men and 31 
women have earned the cineled title of \C.\_\ champion. 

If success is 
best measured in terms 

of wins and losses, then the A('C is unri\alcd in 

NC.A^ annals. With Maryland's victory over In- 
diana in last year's national title game. ACC 

teams have captured nine NCAA basketball 

championships, including five over the last 12 

years. 

No conference has posted a better NCAA 

Tournament record than the ACC since the 

NC.\.'\'s inaugural tournament in 1938. The nine 

current conference members have posted an 

NCM Tournament-liest mark of 29(i-150 for a 

sterling .664 winning percentage against Ihc 

nations toughest competition. 

Since 1985, when the NC.VV Tournament 

was expanded to 64 teams, the ACC teams ha\e 

been even more impressive compiling a 184-87 

1.679) NC.\.A record, including 51 "Sweet I6"ap- 

pearancesand 18 Final Four berths. Since 1985. 

51 of the 92 .\CC teams receiving NC.\.A berths 

have won at least two NC,\,A Tournament games. 
Over the last five years, the ACC is the onl\ 

conference in the nation to have each of its teams 

ranked at least one week in the Associated Press 

poll. Even more impressive, since 1990 ACC 

teams are 161-150 against non-conference 

ranked opponents. 

North Carolina and Duke lead all AC(' 

schools with three NC,\A championships each, 

NC State has two NC,\.\ titles to its credit and 

Maryland one. The Tar Heels captured NC,V\ 

titles in 1957. 1982 and 1993 while the Blue 

Devils won back-to-back championships in 1991 

and 1992 and their third in 2001 . The Wolfpack 

w alked aw a> with the coveted crown in 1 974 and 

1983 while the Terps claimed last year's crown. 
The stature of ACC basketball is defined by 

its national television exposure. An all-time high 

1 54 televised games involving MX teams head- 
line the league's 20112-03 schedule, inchuling a 

record 231 appearances. League teams are 

slated to make 1 35 appearances on national tele- 
vision networks. Seventy olthe league's 72 ivgu- 

lar season conference games, including 42 on 

national television networks are scheduled to be 

televised, 

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Greensboro, \C 27407 
\(;0 Media Kelallons Starr 


ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 


Phone 33(J-85 1-601)2 


Media Relations Fax ,., 336-854-8797 


Brian Morrison Director 


336-547-6261 


Amv Vakola Asst. Director 


Administrative Fax 336-316-6097 


Sarah Brown Intern 


K-Mail bmorrison@theacc.org 


Hollie Goodwin Intern 


Web .Uldress theaec.com 


Barb Dery Secretarv 



Georgia Terli — Charter member of the SIAA 
in 1894, charter member of SC in 1921, char- 
ter member of the SEC in 1 932, joined the ACC 
inJulv, 1979, 



2001-02 in Revien 

The 2001-02 academic year concluded with the league pocketing three more na- 
tional team titles and six individual NCW 
crowns. In all, the ACC has won 42 national 
team titles over the last 12 \ears. 

The ACC's 200 1 -02 national champions w ere 
North Carolina in men's soccer. Maryland in 
men's basketball and Duke in women's golf. 
Overall. 97 ACC teams took part in post-season 
play compiling a 94-57-1 (.622) record. 

A total of 1 88 student-athletes from the .ACC 
earned first, second or third-team All-America 
honors Ihis past year In addition the ACC pro- 
duced eighl national Players of the Year, two 
national Rookies of the Year and six national 
(loach of the Year recipients. 

The ACC placed at least one team in the top 
10 nationally in 15 of the 25 sports sponsored 
by the league. In all. 33 ACC teams finished their 
season with a lop 10 ranking. 






Mar>land — Charter member of the SC in 1921 . 
charter member of the .ACC in 1953. 



IVorlh Carolina — Charter member of the SI,A\ 
in 1894, charter member of ibe SC in 1921 , char- 
ter member of the ,ACC in 1953. 



NC State — Charter member of the SC in 1 92 1 . char- 
ier member of the ACC in 1953. 





Virginia — (^Iharter member of the SI.AA in 1894. 
charter member of the SC in 1 92 1 . resigned fixjm 
SC in December 1936. joined the ACC in Decem- 
ber. 1953. 



VIRGINIA 




Waive Forest — Joined the SC in February 
charter member of the ,ACC in 1953, 



1936. 



Hifitoi'} of the \CC 

The Atlantic Coast Conference was founded 
on May 8. 1953. at the Sedgefield Inn near 
(ireensboro. N.C.. with seven charter members 
- Clemson. Duke. Maryland. North Carolina. 
North Carolina State. South Carolina and Wake 
Forest - drawing up the conference by-laws. 

The withdrawal of seven schools from the 
Soulhern Conference came early on the morn- 
ing of May 8. 1953. during the Southern 
Conference's annual spring meeting. On June 
14. 1953. the seven members met in Raleigh. 
N.C.. where a set of Inlaws was adopted and the 
name became officiallv Ihc \tlantic Coast Con- 
ference. 

On December 4, 1953, conference officials 
met again at Sedgelleld and officially admitted 
Ihc I'niversil) of Virginia, The first, and only, 
wiihdrawal of a school from the ACC came on 
,lune30. 1971 when the Lniversity of South Caro- 
lina tendeird its resignation. 

The ACC operated with seven members un- 
lil \pril 3, 1978, when Ceoigia Tei h was admil- 
leil. The Allanta school withdrew from the Soulh- 
eastern Conference in .lanuarv of 1964, 

The .\CC expanded to nine members on Julv 
I, 1991, Willi Ihc addilion of Florida State, 



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Basicetbaii Championship 




2003 Dates & Sites 

Opr iiins Koiind 

l;ni\iTsity (if Davton Arena 

(DaUun. Ohiol March 16 



First & Sofond Rounds 

Heel Center 

(Boston. Mass.l Marcli2l & 23 



St. I'ete Times Forum 
(Tampa. Kla.l 



Marcli21 &23 



Birmingliam-Jefferson Civic Center 

(Birminsham. .\la.) Marcli 21 & 23 

Caylord Entertainment Center 
' (Nash\1lle. Tenn.) March 21 & 23 

Ford Center 

((Ulahoma City, OI<la.| March 20 & 22 

RC.\ Dome 

(Indianapolis. Ind.) March 20 & 22 



Huntsman Center 

(Salt Lal^e City Tlah) March 20 & 22 
Spoivane .■\rena 

(Spokane. Wash.) March 20 & 22 



Resional Semifinals and Finals 

\\ EST: .\rm\\head Pond of ,\naheim 

(Anaheim, Calif.) March 27 & 29 



SOUTH: Alamodome 
(San Antonio. Texas) 



March 28 & 30 



EAST: Pepsi Arena 
(Albany. N'.V.) 



March 28 & 30 



MIDWEST HHH Metrodome 

(Minneapolis. Minn.) March 27 & 29 



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SavaiiMli SI, al Flotilla SI, Sl\. 1:00 
\(i, Carolina at Old Dominion, FSNS/ 

COM. 1:00 
ttndort al Clemson. -1:00 
Miacni lOhiol al Maryland, ESP\2, 

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Ganlner-Weljb al Cwi^a Tectl, I 00 
Temple al Wake ForesL FSN. 6:30 



Penn Siaic ,jl Nonii i:3roiin.i f:srN2 

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Wednesda} 
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Norlii Carolina in Pre-Seasiin MT 
ESPN, 7:00 
/'rtwjson MT 



Daiidson al Duke. ESPN2, 7 00 
Mrginia in Maul Inv,. ESPN, TB A 



\cc-iiitT(;\aiu,iE\CE 

lo»a al Borida Slale. ESPN2, 9:00 



Mrsmia in Maui Inv , ESPN. TB.\ 



ICC-BIC TEN CHUJj;\Ct 

Obio Slale \s. Duke, ESPN. 7:00 

Gnenstiom. .V.C. 
Penn Slale al Clemson. ESPN2. 7 30 
Marilanil « Indiana. ESPN. 9 00 

liittmafH}!!^. led 
\orin Carolina al Illinois. ESPN2, 9:30 



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Mei\er al Florida Slale, 700 
Georgia al Georgia Tech. FSNS. 700 
Clemson «. High Poinl. 7:1)0 

Urt-eDfiboro. N C 
TIip Ciladel at Manland. COM 800 
Vale al Hake Fortsl. FSNS. 9:00 
lirainia In Maui Inv . ESPN. TB,\ 
North Carolina In Preseason Nil 

ESPN TBA 



ACC-BIG TEN CUMLENGE 

Georgia l*ch al .Mlnnesou. ESPN. 7.1X1 
Northvveslem al NC State. ESPN2. 7:30 
Mrginia al Michigan Stale. ESPN. 9:00 
Wake Forest al nisronsln. ESPN2. 9:30 




Friday 



MI SI Mans at NC Sidle F'SNS, 1 
Lonj; Island at Virginia. 7:30 



(: 1 aiollna In Preseason NTT. ESPN, 



Florida al Florida Slale, FSNS/Sl V, 
700 



Saturday 



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Salurdav. November 23 

Vrk -Pine Bluil al Georgia Tech. 2:00 

Armv al Duke. 7 00 



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l)ulke\s LCUCBS. 100 

Wooden Tradition. //Jd/anapote, Ind 
DuquesDe at Mar>1an<l. RJ. 8 00 
Coppin Slale at \C Stale, RJ. 8 00 



Ga.Te«:l)\5 Manst, MSGI'SNS, \2 0t\ 
Madison Sq Garden. Vni lort V ) 
KenlurkT al \. Carolina. ESPN. 2 00 
Mlrhigan al Hitke CBS. 3:30 
Manland \?, Noire Dame. Raxronv/ 
COM. 3:30 

Hmaassk- MOtAHieiWsstiOC 
MaiDP at Cierasfin. AM 



8 



Manland in BBST Classic. Rajtom/ 

COM. TBA 
Miami |Ha.) al Florida Slale. FSNS/ 

SI N. 2:00 
Soulli Carolina al NC Slale. FSN. 630 



15 

Birniingham Soulhem al Florida Si 

SIN. 2:00 
Georgia Tech v^ Tennessee. FSNs 

SIN. 4:00 

OUrl-SHfrarSBomC/asslc. AIlanB. a 
SMI al Wake Fortsl. FSN, 6 30 



22 



Cincinnati al Clemson, FSN. 5:30 

No. ranillna at Florida St , FSN, 8:00 



29 



VVolford al NC Slale. FSNSSliN. 2:00 
Georgia Tech al Maryland. FSN, 5 30 
Davlon at Duke, FSN, 800 



Virginia al NC Stale, FSN, 3:30 
Duke ai Clemson, FSN, 800 



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lMBCatMarv1and.8:00 




Unrida at Maryland, CBS, 2:00 
Ganlfler-Wehb at Clemson. 7:00 
Nil. Carolina AST at NC Stale, FSNSj 
SIN. 7:00 



Belli -Cookman at Wake Fore.sl. 7 00 
Liberty at Virginia. 7:30 
Florida Stale In Piesla Bo«l Classic. 
TBA 



Tevas ASM-Corpus ChrisU al Florida 
State. 7:00 



7 

Eton al Wake Foiesi. 7:00 



Geoigelovvn at Duke. ESPN. 7 00 
Cornell al Georgia Tech. 7 00 
Hampton al Maryland. R.I. 8:00 
Davidson al NorUi Carolina. RJ. 8.00 



Georgia Tech al Syracuse. ESPN. 12:00 
Falrieigh Dickinson al \C Slale. HI 

2:00 
SI. Johns at Wake Forest. ESPN. 3:30 
Vlrgima al Rutgers. ESPN regional 

7:30 



Salurdav. December 28 

Georgelofto al Vi[>:inia. CBS, 2 Oil 
No, Carolina VSl .it Hake f..rr,sl 2011 
liberty al Clemson, TOO 
No, l^rollna m ilolidav Fesliv al. FSNS 
SIN. TBA 

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Florida Slate vs Boston t niv , 6:43 

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I Make Forest at Richmond, RJ 400 
I Florida State at Virginia Tech, COM 

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I Riirlrta Slate al Georgia Tech. RS\. 



19 

iii-ungiaTfcli al Wake Forest. FUN', 6 30 



sun al Florida Stale, RSN, 7:00 
niaal\ireiniaTech, ESPN2,7:00 



26 



Honda Slale al Wake Foresl. RJ, 1 0(1 
Virlh Carolina alNCSlalc. F'SN.2,00 



Uiyola |\ld.l al Mai>'land. RJ. I Oil 
Clemson al \C Slale, RJ, 1:00 
Wake Foresi al \a Canilina, FS,\, 5: 
duke al Florida Slate, FSN, «:U0 



9 



\lar\1and al Geory.i lerh, i^BS, 1 1)0 
Wake Foresl al Manjnelle, ,\BC, 1 :iO 
NC Slale al Virginia, RJ/F:SP\, 4 00 
Clemson al Dnle, KN, s 30 



16 

ttake Foresl at Marjland, l-liN, 8:00 



23 



Virjinia al ttake Foresl, l'S,\. 6,30 



liijkeatSI Jolins,CBS, 12:00 
Maryland at NC Slale. FSN. 8 00 



9 



Duke al .Siiriti Carolina. CBS. ^ m 
Maolanri at Virginia. F5M, 8;0i) 



16 

[iUlh Vnnual \r(' Tournamcnl 
(iroensboro i\\'..) Culisruni 
i:hjmpi(inshi[)li,)mi-. RJ/KSI'\. 1 (II) 




nednesday 



\ir(iiniaal Ituke KSPN TIlii 
Maryland al ttake Foresl, RJ, 900 



Eton al Ceorsia Teeh, 700 
Maryland al Norlli Carolina, ESPN, 7 00 
Buke at \C State, RJ, 9:00 



North Carrdina at Georgia Teeh, ESP\ 

7 00 
Florida Slate al Vlrjjinla, 7 00 



Ceorela Tech al Clemson, 7 00 
North i;ari)iina al Duke, RJ/ESP.N. 9:00 



:]l\oriii(:ai^illna F:SPN, 7 00 
I IcinMiii al SoiiDi Carolina, 7-30 
M,ir\i,m(ldl Fiori(l,i Slate, RJ, 900 
lieoriiia Terh at NC Slale, RJ. 9 OO 



Maryland at Imkr, ESPN, 9:00 



Thursday 



16 



Boston Cidicee al NC Slate ESPN2, 
7:00 



Friday 



n 



Saturday 



lit 



Duki-alManlanfl, Vh(., 1 .<l) 
VirBinia al Clemson. RJ, 3 00 
Coniiecticui al North Caruljna, RSI'N, 

5:00 
NC Stale al Florida Slale. RJ, 8 0(1 



23 

Wake Fon',sl at Virjinia, ESPN2, 7:00 



30 



Biiller al llukr, ESPN2, 7 00 
NCSlatealMarjiand, RJ, 9:00 



6 



\C Slate at Wake Forest, ESPN2, 7 
Virginia al Maryland, ESPN2, 900 



13 



imkealWakeKfiivst, KS1'N2, 




Cnir^la Tech al Duke, ESPN. 12:00 
\lar\landalClemson. RJ. -100 



Feb. I 



\irginjaalCeorgiaTefh. RJ. 4110 



Florlila State al \urlh Cariillnii, RJ. 
100 



20 

Wake Koresl at Georgia Tech. ESPN2. 



21 



Ceorfia Tech al Rorida Slate, RSN 

20O 
North Carolina at Clenison, RJ, 1 :00 
Nr stale at Temple, ,\BC, 3:10 
iiijkcalVltsillla, ESPN, 9:00 



22 



Florida Stale at Clemson, RSN, 1 2 tlO 
North Camlina al Maryland, RJ. 2:00 
NC Slate al Duke, CBS, 4:00 



[lake al Georgia Tech, ESPN, 700 
\irglnia al Ohio Iniverslty. 7:00 
ttake Foresl al Florida Slate, RSN. 
9:00 



NC Slate al Clemson. ESPN2, 7:00 
lleorgia Tech al Hrslnia. ESPN, 7:00 
Nortll Carolina al Wake Foresl, RJ, 
9:00 





War, I 



13 



!>Olh Vnnuai \CC Tournamrnl 
Greensboro (^.^:.) Coliseum 

i;>imi- I (#H\>., #9),h;SHN. 7.01) 



14 



aOlh Vnnuai VCC Tournamenl 
Greensboro IN.C) Collsouni 
Game2|«Us,IM«inner|, KJ/ESI'N, 

12:00 
Game3|«4ys, »5I,R,1/F.SPN,2:30 
GamcJ|«2\s «7I, R,i;ESPN2 7 00 
Ganie:il«3is #01, RJ,1:SPN2 9,111 



lirEiniaal Florida Slale, RSN. 12 00 
ireia Tech al North Carolina, \BC, 

too 
I limson at Wake Foresl, RJ, 4:00 



Wake Foresl al NC Slale. ,ABC, I 311 
Clemson al Georsla Ttch, ABC, 3 30 



.)OIh \nnual \CC Hiurnameiil 
(•reensboro (S-C.l Coliseum 

Game 1 winner/Game i Mniier, RJ/ 

ESPN. 1.30 
Game 4 winner/Game 5 winner. R.I/ 

ESPN. -I 00 



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i 






Pal Dennis 

fienenil Informalion 

Localinn: CliHiii-slon, S.C. 

EiinillmeiU: I.HIIO 

Founded: 1842 

Colors: Citaclt'l ISIiie and White 

Conferenre: Soulhern 

Nifknamc: liulldoss 

Home \reiia: MiAlislfiFicIrl House (HdOO) 

President: Muj. (k'li. Jiiliii S. Grinalils. 

I S\li; Kel 
Allileliis Director: Les Robinson 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coacli: I'al Dennis (Uasliington & 

[,ee 7!!) 
Career RecorriArs.; 1 22- 1 7)4/10 
Record al llie CitadelArs.: Same 
Best lime to Reach: ThrmiKh SID 
Office Phone: H4;i-95;i-rill7(l 
Assistant Coaches: Michael Hopkins 

(Coastal Carolina 'H3]. Chris Cowart 

(Florida li?), Chris (ierlufsen 

(Randolph-Macon '98) 

2001-02 

Oierall Record: 17-12 
Conference Record/I'inish: 8-8/4tli 
Final Rankings: .None 

}leilia Senites 

Basketball SID: Mike Hayden 
Olli(e Phone: 843-953-5120 
Home Phone: 843-853-3661 
E-\lail: mike havden@ritadel.edu 
Office Fax: H43-953-5058 
Press Ko« Phone: 843-953-2138 
Uebsite: wwweiladelsports.rom 

2002-03 Hosier 

\o. Pla>er Pus. HI. 



Micliiicl Josci)li 

Seriefi Informalion 

Series Record: Maryland leads Ihe 

series. 2-0 
LasI Meeting: Maryland won 52-40 on 

February 26, 1947 (Collese Park) 

2002-03 Schedule 

N22 Webber International 

N25 at Nav> 

1V27 al Maryland 

D2 Charleston Soulhern 

D5 High Point 

D9 ()lglethor|)e 

D18 Southwestern Texas 

D21 South Carolina State 

D30 al Central Florida 

J2 at South Carolina 

J5 at i)a\idsi)n 

J7 Emmanuel 

Jl 1 at East Tennessee State 

J 13 Wofforrt 

J 18 Western Carolina 

J21 at Georgia Southern 

J25 College of Charleston 

J27 at Chattanooga 

Fl at Appalarhian State 

F3 Furman 

F8 Chattanooga 

FIO at Colh'ge of Charleston 

F15 INC-Greensboro 

F17 at Furman 

F22 Georgia Southern 

F24 Virginia Military Institute 

M 1 at Wofford 



\\t. Yr. Homelonn 



PPG RPC APG 



3 


Romas krxwonis 


F 


6-7 


218 


Sr. 


Phoenix. Md. 


5.0 


5.2 


0.9 


5 


Kenny Milford 


G 


6-0 


168 


Sr. 


Charleston. S.C. 


3.4 


1.0 


2.1 


10 


Dante Terry 


G 


6-2 


180 


Fr. 


Virginia Beach. Va. 








11 


Erick Wilson 


G 


5-11 


179 


Jr. 


Omaha. Neb. 


2.8 


0.7 


1.3 


12 


Kedron Young 


G 


6-1 


163 


So. 


Moncks Corner. S.C. 


0.7 


0.5 


0.3 


13 


Kevin Hammack 


G 


6-1 


170 


Fr. 


Baltimore. Md. 








20 


Max Monibollet 


F 


6-8 


215 


Jr. 


Oviedo. Fla. 


5.6 


4.3 


0.6 


21 


Matt Davis 


G 


6-5 


195 


Fr. 


Cnrriillinn, Tex 








22 


Michael Joseph 


F 


6-4 


217 


Sr. 


Deerlield lieach, Fla. 12.1 


5.6 


1.4 


23 


Sett ell Setzer 


F 


6-6 


210 


So. 


Orlamlo. Fla. 


0.3 


1.0 




24 


David Coisson 


F 


6-5 


205 


Jr. 


Orange Park, Fla. 




0.8 




25 


.'\ndrevv Miller 


C 


6-10 


220 


Fr. 


Pittsburgh. Pa. 








3(1 


CIvde Wormlev 


F 


6-4 


178 


Sr. 


Columbus, Ga. 


3.9 


1.6 


0.4 


33 


Ben Tobias 


F 


6-6 


227 


Sr. 


Oregon. Ohio 


0.9 


1.2 


0.2 


42 


Gregg Jones 


C 


6-8 


235 


Sr. 


Waldorf, Md, 


6.3 


4.8 


0.1 


Slarlers: 2 returning. 3 Inst: 


if /(enr/nners; ; / returning. .'( /o,<;(. Returning starters in bold 



Clemson Tiger§ 




i,.irr\ SliMill 



Jan. 2S. 200 { 
I eh. Z5. 2003 • 



• Clemson. S.C. 
College Park. lid. 




lid Scoll 



General Informalion 

Location: Clemson. S.C. 

Fnrollment: 17.101 

Founded: 1889 

Colors: llrange and Purple 

Conference: ,\tlantie Coast 

Nickname: Tigers 

Home \rena: l.ittleiiihn Coliseum 

(11.(12(1) 
President: James F Barker 
\thlelics Director: Terry Don Phillips 

Coaching Staff « 

Head Coach: Larry Shyatt (Wnoster 73) 
Career Recorders.: 74-80/:. 
Record at CleinsoiiArs.: ,ir>-71/4 
HesI Time to Reach: Through SID 
Office Phone: 864-656-1954 
Assistant Coaches: Darren lillis (Paul 

Ouinn '9()), Bobby Hussey 

(Appalachian Stale"63|, Matt Driscoll 

(Slippery Rork '92) 

2001-02 

Overall Record: 13-17 
Conference Record/Finish: 4-12/9th 
final Rankings: None 
Postseason: None 

Media Sen ices 

Basketball SID: Tim Bourrel 
Office Phone:864-656-2114 
Home Phone: 864-888-3490 
li-Mail: biimolh@clemson.edu 
Oltice Fax: 8(i4-fi56-0299 
Press Ron Phone: 804-654-3326 
Website: www {lenisontigersrom 



Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads 80-42 
Last Meeting: Maryland won. 84-68, on 
February 20, 2002 (Clemson) 

2002-03 Schedule 



N24 


ft Wofford 


N27 


# High Point 


D3 


# Penn State ' 


D7 


# Maine 


DI4 


# Gardner-Wehh 


D19 


#\\inthrop 


D22 


# Cincinnati 


D28 


# l.ibi'rty 


D31 


# Coastal Carolina 


J5 


Duke 


Jll 


.Morris Brown 


J14 


at North Carolina 


J18 


Virginia 


J21 


at Flin-ida State 


J25 


Maryland 


J28 


Wake Forest 


F2 


at NC State 


F5 


Georgia Tech 


F9 


at Duke 


F12 


at South Carolina 


FI5 


North Carolina 


F18 


at Virginia 


F22 


Florida State 


F25 


al Maryland 


Ml 


at Wake Forest 


M5 


NC State 


M8 


at Georgia Tech 


#-!lt 


IndersoH, S.C. 


l:\CC/Big Ten Clialleiige 




2002-03 Roster 

\o. Player 


Pes. 


III. 


\vt. 


Vr. 


Hometonn 


PPG 


RPG APG 


1 Julian Betko 


F 


6-5 


190 


Fr. 


Rnzomberok, Slovakif 






3 Thomas Nagys 


F 


6-10 


235 


Sr. 


Mazeikiai, Lithuania 


4.9 


4.5 


4 Steve Mien 


C 


6-10 


245 


So. 


Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 


1.2 


0.7 


5 Sli.iiKiil I'liid 


F 


6-9 


220 


So. 


SuilLiiid, Mil 


4.5 


3.6 


10 Ldnard Siott 


G 


6-10 


190 


Sr. 


Fastener. S.C. 


11.9 


4.9 


12 Olu Babalola 


F 


6-fi 


245 


So. 


London. England 


1.3 


0.9 


14 Chev Christie 


G 


6-4 


170 


So. 


Harllord, Conn. 


5.3 


1.2 


15 Ori lehaki 


F 


6-5 


195 


Fr. 


Hert'zlia, Israel 






20 Walker Holt 


G 


6-3 


190 


Sr. 


Greensboro, N,C, 


0.6 


0.4 


21 K.n Henderson 


F-C 


6-8 


255 


Sr. 


Charlolle. iV.C. 


8.1 


8.8 


22 Sliaw.Mi Kldliiiisoii 


G 


6-2 


170 


Fr. 


Raleigh. N.C. 






33 \kin \kiMl)ala 


F 


6-9 


210 


Fr. 


Lagiis, Ni;;rri,] 







43^Chris llobhs 

45 ilcrimi Dimglas 



F 6-7 265 Jr. Chanel Hill. N.C. 11.6 6.1 



6-3175 Sr. Rock Hill, S,C, 



1,4 0,5 



Sliirlcr s: ,1 iiiiint ing. 2 Inst; l,eller%ylniirrs: 10 returning. 3 lost. Returning sturlers in bold 
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]likt' hrA^xfiisU 



Jan. 18. 2001 • College Park. Md. 
Feb. 19. 2001 • Durham. VC. 




('.Ill is Diilioii 



General Information 

Loralion: Durham. NX. 

Enrollment: 6.202 

Founded: 1 838 

Colors: Royal Blue and White 

Conference: Mlanlic Coast 

Mrkname: Blue Devils 

Home \rena: ('ameron Indoor Stadium 

(9.314) 
President: Dr Nan 0. Keohane 
Mhletirs Director: Joe .Alleva 

Coaching Slafl 

Head Coach: Mike krz\7e\vski (.Army 69) 
Career Record/^ rs.: 637-227 (27) 
Record at Dul»ertrs.: 564-168 (22) 
Best Time to Reach: .\CC Teleconference 
Omce Phone: 919-613-7500 
.Assistant Coaches: Johnny Hawkins 
(Duke '861. Steve Wojciectiowski (Duke 
•98). Chris Collins (Duke'96) 

2001-02 

0»erall Record: 31-4 

Conference Record/Finish: 13-3/2nd 

Final Rankings: \o 1 Al' No 5 (.SI 

Postseason: 2-1: lost to Indiana. 74-73. 
in NCW South Region Semifinals 

Media Services 
Basketball SID: Jon Jackson 
Office Phone: 919-684-2633 
Home Phone: 919-484-9927 
E-Mail: skl&duke.edu 
omce Fax: 919.(iR4-24a9 
Press Ron Phone: 919-684-6186 
Website: ftvvw-aoriuke.coni 



Series Information 

Series Record: Duke leads. 96-54 
Last Meeting: Maryland won 87-73 on 
February 1 7. 2002 (College Park) 

2002-0.1 Schedule 

\23 Arm\ 

\25 Davidson 

\30 vs. I CU ' 

D3 vs. Ohio Stale ^ 

D7 Michigan 

D17 at North Carolina AST 

D29 Dayluii 

J2 Fairfield 

Jo at Clemson 

J8 Georgetown 

J 12 Wake Forest 

J15 \irsinia 

J 18 at Maryland 

J22 al \(; Slate 

J25 Georgia Tech 

J30 Butler 

F2 at Florida Slate 

Fa North Carolina 

F9 Clemson 

F13 at Wake Forest 

FI5 al\irginia 

FI9 Maryland 

F22 NC Stale 

F26 at Georgia Tech 

M2 al St. Johns 

M6 Florida Slate 

iM9 at North Carolina 
t-Wcoden Tiuditioii: 2-ACC/Big Ten 
Challenge 



2002-03 Rosier 
\o. Plaver 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Ht. 


Yr. 


Hometonn 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


2 Andre Buckner 


G 


5-10 


170 


Sr. 


Hopkinsvillc. K\. 


0.9 


0.3 




3 Nick Horvath 


F 


6-10 


235 


Jr. 


Shoreview. Minn. 


1.5 


2.1 




4 J.J. Redick 


G 


6-4 


195 


Fr. 


Roanoke. Va. 








5 Daniel Ewing 


G 


6-3 


170 


.So. 


Missouri Citv Texas 


6.5 


2.2 




13 Lee Melchionni 


F 


6-6 


215 


Fr. 


Lancaster. Pa. 








1 5 Sean Dockcrv 


F 


6-2 


175 


Fr. 


Chicago. 111. 








20 Casev Sanders 


C 


6-11 


2,35 


Sr. 


Tampa. Fla. 


1.6 


1.6 




21 Chris Duhon 


G 


6-1 


180 


Jr. 


Slidell. La. 


8.9 


3.1 


5.9 


23 Shelden Williams 


F 


6-9 


230 


Fr. 


Forest Park. Okla. 








30 Dahnla> Jones 


G 


6-6 


210 


Sr. 


TVenton. \.J. 


11.2 


4.2 




40 Andv Borman 


G 


6-1 


180 


Sr. 


Morrisville. N.C. 


0.6 


0.9 




42 Shavlik Randolph 


F 


6-10 


215 


Fr. 


Raleigh. N.C. 








50 Michael Thompson 


C 


6-10 


245 


Fr. 


Joliet. III. 








53 Andv Means 


G 


6-5 


190 


Jr. 


Indianapolis. Ind. 


1.1 


1.0 




S/arters: 2 reluming. 3 lost: Leiteniinners: 8 


returning. 6 lost: Returning starters in 


bold 



Duque§ne Duke§ 





\o». 30. 2002 • College Park. Md. 




Uanm \ev 

General Information 

Location: Pittsburgh. Pa. 

Enrollment: 10.000 

Founded: IK78 

Colors: Red and Blue 

Conference: Atlantic 10 

Nickname: Dukes 

Home \rena: \.J Palumbo Center (6,200) 

President: Dr. Charles J. Dougherty 

Athletics Director: Brian Colleary 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Dann\ Nee (St. Mary of the 

Plains 71) 
Career Recorders.: 377-298/22 
Record at Diiquesne/^rs.: 9-19/1 
Best Time to Reach: Weekdays between 

10 a.m. and 2 p.m. 
Office Phone: 412-396-6.567 
VssistanI Coaches: Charles Cunningham 

(North Alabama 73). Randy Roth (Ohio 

■83). John Malioney (Phoenix 991 

2001-02 

Overall Record: 9-19 
Conference Record/Finish: 4-l2y6th 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: None 

Media Ser\ices 

Basketball SID: Dave Saba 
Office Phone: 412-396-5861 
Home Phone:412-341-3271 
E-Mail: saba@duq.edu 
OfficeFav:412-.396-6210 
Press Ron Phone: 412-396-4925 
Website: \uu\. goduquesne.com 



Acw'n tmne\ 



Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads. 7-0 
Last Meeting: Maryland won 81-47 on 
November 23. 1998 (College Park) 

2002-03 Schedule 

N23 at Pittsburgh 

N25 West Virginia 

N27 Cleveland State 

\30 at Maryland 

D2 at George Mason 

D7 Mount SI. Mary's 

D18 Youngstown Stale 

D20 vs. Sacred Heart ' 

D2 1 vs. Northeastern or Troy Stale ' 

D22 Sam Juan Shootout ' 

D27 vs. Radford ' 

D28 vs. Fit' or St. Francis (N.V.) ^ 

031 Maryland-Eastern Shore 

J5 at St. Joseph's 

J8 Temple 

J 1 1 at Daylon 

J 18 Richmond 

J2I at .Xavicr 

J25 St. Bonaventure 

,128 at Richmond 

Fl at George Washington 

F5 Daylon 

F8 LaSalle 

FI5 at Fordham 

FI9 George Washington 

F23 at Massachusetts 

F26 Xavier 

Ml at LaSalle 

M8 Rhode Island 

I -San Juan Shootout (San Juan. I'uerto 

Rico): 2-Fhirida International Holiday 

Tournament I Miami. Fla I 



2002-03 Roster 

\o. Pla>er 


Pos. 


Ht. 


\vt. 


\t. 


Hometonn 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


00 Derek Ahem 


C 


6-11 


260 


Jr. 


Andrews AFB. Md. 








1 Alv Samabalv 


G 


6-3 


200 


So. 


Bamako. Mali 


2.5 


1.9 




3 Mike Spadafora 


G 


6-3 


180 


Fr. 


Richboro. Pa. 








4 Elijah Palmer 


G/F 


6-7 


215 


Jr. 


Marshall. Mo. 








13 Jeremv Conlev 


G 


6-2 


215 


Sr. 


Pittsburgh. Pa. 


2.5 


0.5 




14 Simplice \iova 


C 


6-10 


225 


So. 


Yaounde. Cameroon 


9.2 


5.9 




20 Kevin Forney 


G 


6-4 


190 


Sr. 


Philadelphia. Pa. 


11.4 


3.8 


1.7 


21 Brad Midglev 


F 


6-5 


210 


Sr. 


Pittsburgh. Pa. 


5.4 


3.3 




22 Brvant McAllister 


G 


6-3 


185 


Fr. 


Pittsburgh. Pa. 








32 Tvler Blueming 


G 


6-2 


180 


So. 


Pittsburgh. Pa. 


3.4 


0.9 




33 Jon Pawlak 


F 


6-9 


200 


Jr. 


Natrona Heights. Pa. 


4.8 


2.6 




41 Ron Dokes 


F/C 


6-9 


240 


Jr. 


South Bend. Ind. 








42 Chris Clark 


F/C 


6-10 


230 


Sr. 


Toronto. Ontario 


2.1 


2.1 




44 Jimmv Tricco 


G 


6-8 


200 


Jr. 


Phoenix. Ariz. 








Starters: 2 returning. 3 lost: 


Lellemlnnrni: 7 returning. 3 Inst: Returning starter.< in 


bold 




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flORWM 



Uei. 14. 2002 • College Park. Md. 

Hill} DonuMtn 
(ieneral Inl'ormalion 




Lucalioii: Caincsville. Fla. 
Eiiiollmenl: 45.937 
Koiindrd: IHri;! 
(^oldi's: Oi'uii;;!' >iii(l Blue 
Coiirfrcnce: Soullieastern 
Mckniiiiu': lialiii's 

lloiiK- \ifn;i: OCciiinell Ccnler (12.000) 
I'resUlfiil: Dr. Charles V)uiiK 
Atlilelics Direcloi'; Jeremy Foley 

Coaching Stall 

Head Coach: HilK l)iiiiii\an (I'rxAidence '87) 
Career ReedrdArs.: 159-R"/R 
Record al I'loridiiArs.: 124-()5/() 
Ue.sl nine lo Kearh: Cdiilael SiD 
Office Phone: :!,".2-375-f(i83 ext. 4283 
,\ssislaiil (loaches: \rlh(inv Ciraiit IDaUdn 

'87). Diinnle Jones (l'ikr\illc'R8), Tom 

Dslrom (Miiiiiesola '97| 

2001-02 ^^<^^" i^ 

Overall Record: 22-9 }f% f\ 1^ 
Conference Reiord/FinisS: T0-8i%rslf* 
final Rankings: No Ij \I' No 14 VSA 

■/Hrim/liSi'N 
Postseason: 0-1 ; lost to Cre]{>hton. (8:)- 

82 2ot), in NCW First Round 

Media Senices 

Baskelball SID: Fred Demarest 
Office Phone: 852-375-4(i83 e.xl. 6119 
Home Phone: :i'i2-27l-:if)86 
f-Mail: fredri(3Kators.uaa,ufl.e(iu 
Office Fa\: 3,")2-37:S-4809 
Press Ron Phone: 332-871-0281 
Websile: www Kiilorzone.com 



Mull ISnniicr 

Series Inlormalion 

Series Record: Florida leads. 1-0 
f^asl Meet ins: Florida won 39-34 on 

Feb. 2li, 1932 (Southern Conference 

Tournament) 

2002-0:f Schedule 

M9 Louisiana Tech ' 

\'21 Preseason MT Second Round ' 

N24 Coastal Carolina 

N27-29 Preseason NIT ' 

D3 al West \irsinla 

D6 al Florida Slate 

1)8 Soulli Florida 

UI4 at Marjiand 

D21 al Miami 

D23 Charleston Southern 

D28 ISclhune-Cookman spl 

1)30 Florida A&M £ 

J7 al Mississippi siale ^ 

J 1 1 Georgia | 

J13 Tennessee 

J18 al South Carolina 

J22 \andprhilt 

J28 al LSI 

Fl .\rkansas ^' 

F4 at KenUR'k> tm 

F8 \lahania 

FI2 nieMiss 

F13 ,il ii-nnessee _, ^ 

FI7 New Orleans 'IB 

F22 at Vanderhilt 

l'25 Soulh Carolina 

Ml at .Auburn 

M4 at (Georgia 

M8 Kentucky 

l-Preseason NIT (Campus Sites) 



2002-03 Hosier 

l\o. Player 



Pos. Ht. VVt. 




James White 



(>6 172 



^r. 

Sn 



llonielo wn 

Kij(l\illc, Md. 



PPG RPG APG 



6.1 2.9 



\nlhonv Koherson 


G 


6-1 


171 


Fr. 


Saginaw. Mich. 






Mario llogKan 


C 


6-6 


311 


Fr. 


Durham. N.C. 






Si'lh lhiiMni\llch 


G 


6-1 


170 


So. 


Coral Springs. Fla. 






\drian Moss 


F 


6-9 


219 


Fr. 


Houston. Texas 






Chris Capkii 


G 


6-1 


173 


Fr. 


Lakeland, Fla. 






lirell Nelson 


G 


6-4 


182 


Sr. 


St. .Vlbans. VV.\a. 


14.6 


3.3 


i.hrisii.in liri'jer 


G 


6-8 


210 


Fr. 


Hallerup. Denmark 






liisliii Hamilton 


G 


6-3 


207 


Sr. 


Sarasota. Fla. 


8.5 


3.8 


Mall lioiiiier 


F 


6-10 


237 


Sr. 


Concord. K.H. 


15.6 


7.2 


Rasliiil \I-Kaleem 


G 


6-3 


180 


Fr. 


Dorchester. Mass. 







l)a\id Lee 



6-9 224 So. St. Louis. Mo. 



7.0 4.70 



42 Bonell Colas F 


6-9 205 Jr. Miami. Fla. 3.6 2.4 


44 Malt Walsh F 


6-6 200 Fr. Holland, Pa. 


Sliiilers: 3 ivUiriiing. 2 lost. 


LeUemluners: 7 returning. 3 lost: Reluming starters in bold 



Florida 8t. Seminoles 







Jan. 1 1. 2003 • College Park. Md. 
Iroiiiiid Hamilion I eh. 12. 2003 • liillahassee. I la. 




MkliiwI Joiner 



f ieneral Inlormalion 

tiocalion: Tallahassee. Fla. 

FnrollmenI: 35.462 

Founded: 1 83 1 

Colors: (iarnel and (iold 

Conference: Allantic Coast 

Nickname: Semlnoles 

Home Arena: Tallahassee Leon County 

Civic Center (12.200) 
President: liilhot "Sandy" DAIemhcrlc 
Mhletics Director: Dave Hart Jr. 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Leonard Hamilion 

(Triuiessee-Marlin 71) 
Career ReeordArs.: 200-210/14 
Record at Florida Stated rs.: First year 
liest Time to Reach: Throngli SID 
Office Phone:850-644-1461 
-Assistant Coaches: Stan Jones (Memphis 

■84). Mike .laskulski (St. Norbet 7(1). 

TonySheals (Brlhune-Cookman 76) 

2001-02 

Overall Record: 12-17 
Conference Record/Finish: 4-12/T7th 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: None 

Media Sen ices 

liaskelball SID; Chuck Walsh 
Office Phone:850-644-1077 
Home Phone: 830-383-8460 
F-Mail; cwalshcg'mailer.fsu.edu 
OfHce Fav: 830-044-3820 
Press Ro« Phone: 830-224-4098 
Website: www.seminoles.com 



Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads 19-6 
last Meeting: Maryland won. 85-59, on 

March 4, 2002 (ACC Tournament First 

Round) 

2002-03 Schedule 



N24 

N27 

D2 

D6 

D8 

D15 

1)18 

1)22 

D2a 

D30 

J4 

J6 

III 

J14 

JIB 

J21 

J 26 

J 29 

F2 

F8 

FI2 

F15 

F18 

F22 

F2() 

Ml 

M6 



Savannah State 
Mercer 
Iowa ' 
Florida 
Miami 

Birmingham Southern 
Stetson 
Nnrlh Carolina 
vs. Boston l'ni\ersity - 
\s Arizona/Davidson ' 
at Virginia Tech 
Texas \&M-CC 
tit Maryland 
at Ge(]rgia Tech 
NC Stale 
Clemson 
al Wake Forest 
al \lrginia 
Duke 

al North Carolina 
Maryland 
Ceorgia Tech 
al NC State 
at Clemson 
Wake Forest ■ 
Virginia ■ 
at Duke 

l-ACC/Big Ten Cliallence: 2-Fiesta Bonl 
Classic (nicson. Ariz.) 




2002-03 Roster 

\o. Plaver 


Pos. 


Ht. 


m. 


Vr. 


Homelottn 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


1 Michael Joiner 


F 


6-7 


215 


Jr. 


I'aielleiilie, \.C. 


7.8 


4.7 


1.4 


2 Marcell Haywood 


G 


5-10 


180 


Sr. 


I'lanlallon. Fla. 


0.1 


0.4 


0.5 


4 Todd Gallovvav 


G 


5-10 


170 


Fr 


Balllmorc. .Md. 








5 Adrian McPherson 


G 


6-4 


185 


So. 


Bradenton. Fla. 


1.7 


0.0 


0.0 


10 Nate Johnson 


G 


6-4 


165 


Jr. 


Kansas CItv. Mo. 








1 5 Trevor Harvey 


C 


6-10 


230 


Sr. 


Inagna. Bahamas 


4.2 


3.1 


0.1 


20 Andrew Wilson 


G 


6-4 


180 


So. 


Kcinii'saw. Ca. 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


21 Benson Calller 


G/F 


6-6 


200 


Fr. 


St. Petersburg. Fla. 








22 Tim Pickelt 


G 


6-4 


205 


Jr. 


Davlona Beach, Fla. 








30 Nate Moran 


F 


6-6 


215 


Sr. 


Houslou. Texas 






33 Mike Mathews 


F/C 


6-10 


230 


Sr. 


BlourUsUiwn. Fla. 


3.7 


2.3 


0.1 


51 Adam Waleskowsk 


F 


6-8 


232 


Sn. 


Kettering. Ohio 


2.9 


2.4 


0.3 


54 AnthouN KichardsonF 


6-7 


191 


Sn. 


Raleigh. N.C. 


7.2 


3.6 


1.0 


Starters; 1 returning. 4 tost: 


LeUemliiners: 6 returning 6 lost: Returning starter In bold 



l\JIIVE COIVSECLrrlVE NCAA TOURIMAMEIVTS • SWEET SIXTEEN IKI SIX OF THE LAST IVIIVE YEARS • TWO CONSECUTIVE FIMAL FOURS • 



i WIIVS ll\l FOUR STRAIGHT YEARS 








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Ga. Tech Yellow Jackets 





Puiit llcnill 



Dec. 29. 2002 • CoHc^e Park. lid. 
Feb. 9. 2003 • Ulanta. Ga. 




Manin Lenis 



General Information 

Location: Atlanta. Ga. 
Enrollnipnl: 15.000 
Founded: 1885 
Colors: (lid Gold and White 
Conference: .-Mlantk" ("oast 
\ickname: Yellow Jackets 
Home Arena: Alexander Memorial 
(loliseum at McDonalds Center (9.191) 
President: Dr. G. \\a\Tie Clough 
.Vthletlcs Director: Dave Brainc 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coacli: Paul Hewitt (St 

Kisher '85) 
Career RecordArs.: 98-5ti/5 
Record at Georgia Tecli/^rs.: 32-29/2 
Best Time to Reacli: Monday-Friday. 

I I III! a. m to 2:00 p. ni 
Office Plione: 404-894-5-125 
.Assistant Coacfies: Dean Keener 

(Davidson 88). Willie Reese (Georgia 

Tech '89). CliffWarren (Mount St, Mary's 

'90) ^<^'- -^ 



Series Information 

Series Record: Georgia Tech leads 30-27 
Last Meeting: Maryland won. 85-65. on 
Keb. 3. 2002 (College Park. \!d.) 

2002-03 Schedule 



.lotin 




N23 

N27 

Dl 

D4 

D7 

D15 

D17 

D21 

U29 

J2 

,18 

,111 

J14 

,119 

,122 

J25 

J29 

n . 



2001-02 ' 

0\erall Record 
Conference Record/Finish: 7-9/6th 
Final RanMngs: None 
Postseason: None 



y' I! 



}ledia Senices 

Basketball SID: Mike Stamus 
Office Plione: 404-894-5445 ^ 

Home Phone: 770-951-1939 
f;->lail: mstanius@at.gtaa.galech.e(lu 
Office Fa.v: 404-894-1248 
Press Row Phone: 404-894-5458 
Website: wA\-\\.raniblinw'reck.com 

2002-03 Rosier 

No. Player Pos. Ht. Wt. 



K12 

FI5 

F20 

F2(3 

MI 

M5 

M8 



Arkansas-Pine Bluff 

Georgia 

Gardner Webh 

at Minnesota ' 

at Marist 

vs. Tennessee ^ 

Troy State 

at Syracuse 

at Mar} land 

at Tulane 

Cornell 

NX State 

Florida Slate' 

at Wake Forest 

Eton 

at Duke 

North Carolina 

\irginia 

at Clemson 

Maryland 

al m: state 

at Florida State 

Wake Forest 

Duke 

at North Carolina 

at Virginia 

Clemson 



o^ 




/ 



^-ACC/BIg Ten Challenge: 2-Chick-ni-A 
I Peach Bowl Classic iMIanta. Ga.) 



\r. Hometown 



PPG RPG APG 



1 


B.J. Elder 


G 


6-3 


215 


So. 


Madison. Ga. 9.9 


2.1 


2 


Ismail -Muhammac 


F 


6-5 


218 


So. 


Atlanta. Ga. 7.1 


3.1 


3 


Jarrett Jack 


G 


6-3 


185 


Fr. 


Fort Washington, Md. 




4 


Chris Bosh 


F 


6-10 


210 


Fr. 


Lancaster. Tex. 




5 


Mario West 


G 


6-3 


215 


Fr. 


Douglasvllle, Ga. 




10 


Jim Nvstrom 


G-F 


6-4 


200 


Fr. 


Stockholm. Sweden 




12 


Luke Schenscher 


C 


7-0 


240 


So. 


Hope Forest. S. Aust. 4.8 


3.2 


24 


Manin Lenis 


G 


6-4 


200 


Jr. 


Germantonn. Md. 10.9 


3.9 


32 


Ed Nelson 


F 


6-7 


250 


So. 


Fort Lauderdale. Fla.8.5 


6.9 


34 


Robert Brooks 


F 


6-8 


215 


Jr. 


Saginaw. Mich. 3.4 


4.3 


44 


Theodis Tarver 


F-C 


6-9 


220 


Fr. 


.Monroe. La. 




55 


Anthony McHenry 


G-F 


6-6 


212 


So. 


Birmingham. Ala. 1.8 


1.3 


Starters: 3 returning. 2 


losl: 


Lettemlnners: 9 


returning. 5 lost: Returning starters in bold 



G. Washington Colonials 





harl HdIiIis 



Possible Game. Dec. 8. 2002 
BB&r Classic • nashington. D.C. 




Chris Monroe 



General Information 

Location: Washington. D.C. 
Enrollment: 22.184 
Founded: 1821 
Colors: Buff and Blue 
Conference: Atlantic 10 
Nickname: Colonials 
Home \rena: Smith Center (5.000) 
President: Stephen Joel Trachtenberg 
Athletics Director: Jack Kvanez 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: karl llohbs (Connectieut '851 
Career RecordArs.: 12-1(5/1 
Record al GW/^rs.: 12-16/1 
Best Time to Reach: Through SID 
Office Phone: 202-994-6651 
Vssislant (loaches: Ke\in Broadus 
(Bowie Slate '90), Darrell Brooks 

90). Steve Pikiel 

'90) 



Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads 33-25 
Last Meeting: Maryland won, 71-63. on 
Dec. 3. 20(10 (BB&T Classic) 

2002-03 Schedule 




(Bowie Slat 
(Connecticut ' 



2001-02 
0\erall Record: 12-16 
Conference Record/Finish: ,"i-ll/7th 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: None 



Wed/a Senices 

Basketball SID: Brad Bower 
Office Phone; 202-994-0339 
Home Phone: 703-658-1497 

F-Mail: blK)wer(£!'gwu.edu 
Office Fax: 202-994-2713 
Press Ro« Phone: 202-994-1776 
Website: wxvav. gwsports.com 



N25 
N29 

mo 

D3 

D7 

D8 

Dll 

D22 

D28 

D30 

J2 

J5 

Jll 

J18 

J21 

J25 

:J29 

Fl 

F4 

F8 

F12 

FI6 

F19 

F22 

F26 

Ml 




at Connecticut 

Mount St. Mary's ' 

vs. Bucknell/Columbia ' 

Florida International 

Texas ^ 

Maryland or Notre Dame 

at Boston Liniversity 

at Tow son 

Old Dcuiiinlon 

at BInghamton 

American 

at Temple 

,il La Salle, 

Dayton 

at Richmond 

.Massachusetts 

Saint Josephs 

Duquesne 

\avier 

at Rhode Island 

at Dajton 

Richmond 

at Duquesne 

La Salle 

at St. Bonaventure 

at Xavler >«^^ 

Fordham '^jir TM 
l-Retl Auerbach Colonial Classic 
IWasliinglnn. D.C.I: 2-BB&T Classic 
(Washington. D.C.I 



2002-03 Roster 

\o. Player 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wl. 


^r. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


1 Omar Williams 


F 


6-9 


180 


Fr. 


Philadelphia. Pa. 








3 Mike Hall 


F 


6-6 


180 


Fr. 


Palos Heights. III. 








4 Chris Monroe 


G 


6-3 


215 


Sr. 


Hyattsville, Md. 


21.1 


6.1 




3 T.J. Thompson 


G 


5-11 


177 


So. 


Germantonn. Md. 


9.8 


2.6 




10 Isaiah Pickens 


G 


6-3 


214 


So. 


Washington. D.C. 








12 DiorToney 


G 


6-0 


150 


Fr 


Brecksville. Ohio 








13 Alexander KIreev 


F 


6-11 


240 


Fr. 


Nikolaev. Ikraine 








14 Darnell Miller 


G 


6-4 


199 


Jr. 


Bronx, N.Y. 




4.3 


4.0 


15 Joshua Chapman 


G 


6-3 


213 


So. 


Charlotte. N.C. 








21 Pops Mensah-Bonsu F 


6-7 


220 


Fr 


London. Kngland 








23 Jaz Cowan 


F 


6-8 


213 


Fr. 


Baltimore. Md. 








25 Funsho (.llulafe 


G 


6-0 


180 


Fr. 


Chesterlanri. Ohio 








34 GregColluci 


G 


6-3 


172 


Jr. 


Patoi Beach Gardens. Fla. 10.4 


2.8 




35 Lewie Helton 


G 


6-2 


192 


So. 


Cerritos. CaliL 








42 Dokun Akingbade 


F 


6-9 


184 


Fr. 


Riverdale. Md. 








44 T^mal Forchion 


F 


6-6 


240 


So. 


Willimgboro. \.J. 


7.7 


4.1 




Starters: 4 returning. 1 lost: 


Lettemltttters: 7 returning. 6 last: Returning starters in bold 




IXJIIME COI\l§ECUTIVE MCAA TOLRIVAMEMTS • SWEET SIXTEEI\J ll\l SIX OF THE LAST IVilVE 




YEARS • TWO CaiXJSECUTIVE FilMAL FOURS • 25 WilVIS il\J FOUR STRAIEHT YEARS 




! tiiiTiir 





l^ 'm^'' jIb 



Hampton Pirate§ 



- COMCAST CEMTER WELCOMES THE BOOB IMATIOMAL CHAMPIOIV§ 





Jan. 8. 200:f • Collese I'ark. )M. 




liobhy Collins 

(icneral Infwmalion 

■.oration: Miimpton. Va. 

Knrollmenl: ri.7ll5 

Founded: I8(i8 

Colors: Ruxiil Blue anti While 

Conference: \Iid-F.yslern Alhlelic 

Mt'knanie: PiiiiUs 

Home Arena: Hampton I nivcrsil> 



De\iii (iK-fii 

i:-Mail: ianiar.ross@liamptonu.f(lu 
(Ulice Fax: 737-727-5813 
I'ress Ron I'hone: 757-728-fi88(i 
Websile: ww^x.hainplonu.eriu 

Series Intormalion 

Series Record: I'irsi \leelins 



Coinoration CcMiler (7.20U) 


2002-0:i Scliediile 


{'resident: l)r William R. Harvey 


\25 


Western lllimiis 


Vllilelics Direetor: Malcolm "Zcki' 


N27 


Richmond 


Harvey 


1)T 


Old Dominion 




1)7 


Norfolk Slate 


Coatbiag Staff 


IMf) 


at Virainia CcMumonweallb 


Head Coacli: Bobby Collins (Easlerji 


1)28 


at Akron 


KenUieky'91) 


t)30 


at Ohio State 


Career Record/^rs.: First year 


J4 


at Marvland-Easlern Sb(H'( 


Record at Hamplon/^rs.: First year 


,16 


at Howard 


liest Time to Reacli: Conlael SID 


J8 


at Maryland 


Office Plione: 7:i7-727-:i72:! 


,111 


Morgan Stale 


\ssislant Coaches: Ed lliickahy 


,118 


Coppin Slate 


(Toledo), Darrell Bruce (Wagner W). 


,118 


Florida A&M 


Ed Lansford (William & Mary -82), 


,120 


Bethune-Cookman 


Rodney G. Martin (Tiffin t):!) 


J25 


at .North Carolina A&T 




J27 


at South Carolina State 


:iooi-02 


Fl 


Delaware State 


(»\erall Record: 2(i 7 


f:! 


William & Marv 


Conlerence Record/Mnish: 1 7-1/1 si 


F8 


Marvland-Easlern Shore 


Final Rankings: None 


FIO 


Howard 


Postseason: (l-l; lost In Conneeliiul. 


FI5 


at Morgan Slate 


76-57. in NC V^ First Round 


FI7 


at Coppin State 




l"'2 


at Florida \&U 


Uvriia Seniles 


F24 


at Bethune-Cookman 


Itasketball SID: .lamar Ross 








Ml 


North Carolina \&T 


(Klice I'luiiie: 757-727-5811 


m:! 


South Carolina Slate 


Home I'hone: 757-871-9475 








\IH 


at Norfolk State 



2002-0 1 Hosier 

\o. Player 



Pos. HI. \\t. ^r. Ilomelomi 



PPG RPG APG 




2 


De\in Green 


G/F 


e-7 


205 


So. 


Columbus. Ohio 


13.1 


4.6 


2.1 


4 


Isaac Jefferson 


G/F 


B-S 


2in 


Sr. 


Columbus. Ohio 


9.7 


9.4 


4.5 


11 


Jeff Granger 


G 


6-3 


195 


Fr. 


Newark. N.J. 








12 


Jamaal James 


G 


6-0 


165 


Sr. 


Alban\, N.Y. 


1.2 


0.5 


0.4 


21 


Mackel Punis 


G 


6-2 


200 


Sr. 


Jacksonville. IM.C. 


7.8 


2.8 


1.6 


2,3 


De\va\ne Spencer 


G 


6-3 


205 


Fr. 


Marrisburg. Pa. 








24 


Dwayne McNeal 


F/C 


6-8 


245 


Sr. 


Cincinnati. Ohio 


4.4 


3,0 


0,1 


25 


Mareelle Williams 


G 


5-10 


170 


Jr. 


Teaneck, N.J. 


1.2 


0,3 


0,2 


31 


Maurice Pills 


F 


6-8 


225 


Sr. 


Chicago, 111. 


3.2 


3,1 


0,1 


32 


Mike Kuhn 


F 


6-9 


190 


So. 


Omaha, Neb. 








33 


Barrv Hairston 


G/F 


6-4 


205 


Sr. 


Walnul Cove, N,C. 


11.9 


4,2 


1,4 


34 


Dayid Johnson 


F 


6-7 


23.'5 


Jr. 


\orrolk. Va. 


8.9 


4.6 


0.7 


42 


Frank Russell 


F/C 


6-11 


210 


Fr. 


i'ayetleville, N.C, 








50 


Andrew Morrison 


C 


6-11 


260 


Fr. 


New Haven, Conn, 








52 


Rodney Hughes 


C/F 


6-8 


260 


Jr. 


Ecorsc, Mich. 








54 


Bruce Brown 


C 


6-11 


270 


So. 


Richmond, Va. 








Slarlrrs: 4 returning. 1 tosi: 


Ullrrulnners: 9 returning. 3 lost: Returning starters In hold 



Indiana Hoo§ier$ 





Mike l).i\is 



/>('(. f. 2002 • Intlianaiiolis. Ind. 
\CaBis Ten Cliallense 




Tom (:o\erdale 



Ueneral Information 

Location: Bloomington, Ind. 

Fnroiimenl: 3I>.IIIIII 

Founded: 1820 

Colors: Cream and (Irimson 

Conlerence: Big Ten 

Nickname: Hoosiers 

Home \rena: Assembly Hall 

PresidenI: \lyles Brand 

Athletics Director: Mlehael McNeely 

Coaching Staff 

Head (loach: Mike Ua\ is (Thomas Edison '0 1 ) 
Career RecordArs.: 46-25/2 
Record at IndianaArs.: 46-25/2 
Best Time to Reach: Through Slf) 
OfHce Phone: 812-855-22:18 
Vssislant Coaches: John Treloar 
(Belha\en College 78, Alabama 'BO), 
■lim Ihonias (lndiana"83|, Ben 
McDonald (I i; Irvine '84) 

2001-02 

0\erall Record: 25-12 
Conlerence Record/Finish: 1 1 -5/1-1 si 
Final Rankings: No, 3 VSA 7b(/;n/ESPN 
Postseason: 5-1; lost to Maryland, 64- 
52, in NC.A\ Championship Game 

Meilia Seniees 

Basketball SID: I'ete Rhoda 
Ollice Phone:812-855-9794 
Home Phone: 812-339-9339 
F-Maii: prh(ida(g'indiana,edu 
Oltlce Fax: 812-855-94111 
Press Ron Phone: 812-85,5-2754 
Website: wAXA\.iuhoosiers,com 



Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland trails 1-4 
Last MeeliUjS: Maryland »iin, 64-52. on 

April I, 2002 (NCAA Championship 

Game in Atlanta. Ga.) 

2002-0:{ Schedule 

N25-27 Maui Invitational ' 
D3 Maryland ' 

D7 Illinois-Chicago 

D9 \anderbilt 

D14 I'urdue ' 

02 1 \s. Kentucky ^ j^, 

D28 al Temple "'•'^P 

D31 at Ball Stale 'i,, 

J4 Charlolte 

J8 I'enn Slate 

Jll al Ohio State 

,115 N(]rihwestern 

JIB Illinois 

J21 Ohio Slate 

J25 at Purdue 

J28 at Michigan State 

Fl al Ecmisville 

F5 at Northwestern 

F8 Michigan State 

FI2 Michigan 

F15 al Wisconsin 

F19 allowa 

F25 al Illinois 

.Ml Iowa 

M4 .Minnesota 

M8 or 9 at Penn Stale 

l-Mml. Hmvaii: 2-.\CC/nig Ten 

Cliiillrngc: 3-RC\ llaiuc (IndiimiijHiHs. 

Ind. I: 4-l'reeriom Hull il.iiuis\llle. Ky) 



2002-03 Roster 

\o. Player 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


2 A.J. Move 


G 


6-3 


215 


Jr. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


5,9 


3.1 


0.6 


3 Tom Coverdale 


G 


6-2 


185 


Sr. 


\obles\1lle. Ind. 


li.9 


3.2 


4.8 


4 Bracev Wright 


G 


6-3 


185 


Fr. 


Woodlands, Te\. 








5 George Leach 


C 


6-11 


240 


Jr 


Charlotte, N,C, 


2.8 


2.5 


1.5 


10 Roderick Wilmont 


G 


6-4 


185 


Fr. 


Miramar, Fla, 








12 Donald Perrv 


G 


6-2 


185 


So. 


Tallulah, La, 


2.6 


1.4 


1.1 


22 Marshall Strickland G 


6-2 


185 


Fr. 


W'infield, Md, 








23 Sean Kline 


F 


6-8 


230 


Fr. 


Hunlington, Ind. 








31 Darvl Pegram 


F 


6-9 


193 


Fr. 


Los Angeles, CaliL 








32 KvleHornsby 


F 


6-5 


205 


Sr. 


Anacoro, La. 


7.7 


2.6 


1.8 


33 Mike Roberts 


F 


6-9 


210 


So. 


Eugene, Or, 








50 JelT Newton 


F 


6-9 


230 


Sr. 


Allanla, Ga, 


8.1 


5.1 


1,8 



Slarlrrs: 2 returning. 3 lost: Lellemlnners: (i rclurning. 3 iost: Returning .■iturters In bold 



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Loyola Greyhounds 





I eh. 2. 200 i • Collese Park. IM. 




>(«/; links 

General hifoiwiilion 

l.oralioii: liaUimnrc. Md. 
Enrollmrnl: :i.2IKI 
Founded: 1832 
Colors: (lifcn ;inil tlrey 
Conferrnre: \lelrii \llanlir 
Mrknanir: Grcn hounds 
Home \rcna: Ri'ilz \ri-iia (3.000) 
PrrsidonI: lliinild Kidley 
Alhlelics Dirt'flor: Joe Boylan 

Coaching SlalT 

Mead Coach: Snill Hirks (LeMoyne '88) 
Career Reiord/^rs.: )42-)4]/10 
Record al l.oyoliiArs.: ll-4(i/2 
BesI Time lo Reach: \)nrninss 
Olllce I'hoiie: 4l()-(i]7-24:i? 
Assislanl Coaches: Bxnm Thornf (PSr- 
HcliriMu) '94), Karl Kaddax ([.eMoyiic 
Hfi). Hrlaii \liiip)iy (llamillon '98) 

JOOI-02 

Overall Record: 5-23 - ,„_^ 

Conference Reoord/Fiiiish: 4-14/9th 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: None 



Media Senices 

Baskelhall Sll): David Rosenfeld 
Office IMione: 410-617-2777 
Home I'hone: 410-484-5216 
b-Mail: dnisi-nfi'ld@luyola.edu 
Office Fa\: 4 lll-fi 17-5029 
Press ROH Phone: 410-1317-5434 
Hebsile: wwwJoyola-Pdu/athletics 



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LmiiHis Jordan 

Series Informalion 

Series Record: Maryland leads 7-5 
Last Meelinj;: \lar\land won 92-62 on 
Nov. 29. 1994 (Collese Park) 

2002-03 Sihedttle 

N23 Morfjan Stale ' 

N24 Batlle of Baltimore Classic ' 

N25 Battle of Baltiinnix- Classic ' 

N29 at Manhattan 

D2 Fairleigh Dickinson 

D5 Niagara 

DIO IMBC 

D15 Mouiil St. Mary's 

D22 Sanla Clara 

J2 at Northeastern 

,16 Central Conneeticut 

J8 at I'airfield 

J 1 at Saint Peters 

.1 1 4 at lona 

.117 Marl St 

J 19 Rider 

,123 at Siena 

J26 Canisius 

J29 Saint I'eter's 

F2 at Mar>land 

F9 at Marist 

Fl 1 Siena 

F14 at Canisius 

F16 at Niagara 

F21 at Rider 

F23 Manhattan 

F27 lona 

Ml Fairfield 

I -Toyota Rallle ofBaHinunr Classic 
(Ballimon: Md.) 



2002-0:{ Rosier 

No. Player 


Pos. 


HI. 


HI. 


Vr. 


Homelovvn PPG 


RPG 


APG 


3 Lindhergh Chatman F 


6-5 


213 


Jr. 


Northport. N.V. 4.0 


2.3 


0.7 


4 Lucious .lordan 


G 


6-2 


200 


So. 


Mskaviina. N.V. 13.0 


4.3 


1.7 


1 1 Charlie Bell 


G 


6-4 


200 


Fr. 


Fort Washington. Md. 






12 Donovan Thomas 


F 


6-7 


220 


Jr. 


Lauderdale. Fla. II.O 


5.6 


0.3 


15 Bernard Allen 


F 


6-5 


215 


So. 


Houston. Tex. 4.6 


6.3 


0.4 


20 Peter koch 


G 


5-11 


185 


So. 


Wcstlake. Ohio 






22 Bohhv Bossman 


G/F 


6-5 


220 


Fr. 


Strongs\ille. Ohio 






23 Ryan Dickev 


G 


6-1 


165 


Jr. 


Media. Pa. 






25 Sean Corrigan 


F/C 


6-11 


250 


So. 


Hicksville. N.V. 






32 Linton Hinds 


G 


6-2 


180 


Fr. 


Orange. N.J. 






33 Irakli Nijaradze 


C 


6-10 


230 


So. 


Kutaisi. Rep. of Georgia 3.5 


1.6 


0.2 


42 KvleKoch 


G 


6-2 


180 


Jr. 


Baltimore. Md. 






50 Delonnic Southall 


F 


6-7 


2,50 


Sr. 


Moreno Vallcv. Calif. 






52 ,lim Chivers 


F 


6-8 


220 


So. 


Detroit Lakes. Minn. 






Starlrrs: .'( rrlurnine. 2 


lost: 


Lellen\1nners: 1 1 


relurnins. 2 lost. Returning starters in bold 



Miami (OH) RedHawics 





MIAMI 

-UNIVERSITV, 



\o\. 24. 2002 • College Park. IM. 




Cliiirlii' lilies 

General Information 

Location: Oxford. Ohio 
Enrollment: 14.500 
Founded: 1809 
Colors: Red and White 
Conference: Mid-American 



,/h/m lllllllsllll 



Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads 3-1 

Last Meeting: Maryland \\on. 69-68 

(OT). on Mar. 15. 1985 (NCAA 

Tournament in Dayton. Ohio) 



Nickname: RedHawks 


2002-03 Schedule 


Home Arena: Millett Hall (9.200) 


N22 


at Purdue 


President: Or James C. Garland 


1\24 


at Maryland 


Interim \.D.: Steve Snyder 


N27 


Ohio Dominican 




N30 


at Wright State 


Coaching Staff 


D4 


Daylon 


Head Coach: Charlie Coles (Miami '65) 


D7 


Western Michigan 


Career Record/Vrs.: 199-162/12 


D9 


at Xavier 


Record at Miami (OII)Ars.: 107-7R/6 


D14 


Butler 


Best Time lo Reach: V\eekday mornings 


D28 


Cincinnati ' 


Office Phone: 513-329-1650 


1)30 


Evansville 


Assistant Coaches: James Whitford 


J4 


Central Michigan 


(Wisconsin '94). Jermaine Henderson 


J8 


Kent State 


(Miami '97). Frankic Smith (Fastern 


JI4 


at Toledo 


Kentucky"88) 


J18 


at Ohio 'I 




J20 


\kron ■ 


2001-02 


J25 


Bali State 


Overall Record: 13-18 


.129 


at Eastern Michigan 


Conference Record/Finish: 9-9/4th in 


K1 


Buffalo 


East Dixision 


I"! 


at Kent State 


Final Rankings: None 


I'8 


at Ball Slate 


Postseason: None 


F15 


Marshall 




F20 


at Akron 


Media Ser%ices 


F22 


at Buffalo 


Basketball SID: Angle Renninger 


F25 


Northern Illinois 


Office Phone: 513-329-4327 


MI 


at Bowling Green 


Nome Phone: 513-523-6633 


M5 


Ohio 


E-Mail: renninal@muohio.edu 


M8 


at Marshall 


Office Fav: 3 1 3-529-6729 


I4.fi 


Bank .irena (Cincinnati. Otiini 


Press Row Phone: 313-329-7276 






Uebsile: «v™. Ml Redllawks.com 







2002-03 Roster 

\o. Player 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Ht. 


Vr. 


Hometonn 


PPG 


RPG APG 


1 Malt Jameson 


G 


6-1 


185 


Sr. 


.Newport Beach. Calif 


0.2 


1.7 


2 Larry Drake 


F 


6-5 


186 


Sr. 


Groveport. Ohio 


4.4 


1.7 


3 Josh Hausfeld 


G 


6-3 


190 


Fr. 


Cincinnati. Ohio 






4 Chet Mason 


G 


6-3 


171 


Jr. 


Cleveland. Ohio 


8.0 


5.7 


5 Jubv Johnson 


G 


6-5 


203 


Jr. 


«arrensiille Hsis. OhiolO.5 


3.2 


10 Doug Williams 


G/F 


6-4 


215 


Sr. 


Piketon. Ohio 


0.7 


0.6 


14 John Mornlngstar 


C/F 


6-10 


235 


Fr. 


Goshen. Ind. 






21 Gene Seals 


F 


6-6 


197 


Jr. 


Saginau. Mich. 


5.9 


4.7 


22 Nate \anderSluls 


C 


6-11 


310 R-Fr 


Oak Harbor. Ohio 






24 Tim Schenke 


F 


6-6 


198 


So. 


Cincinnati. Ohio 


1.3 


0.8 


25 William Hatcher 


G 


6-2 


170 


Fr. 


Flint. Mich. 






31 Brvan Reed 


F 


6-6 


210 


Sr. 


Terre Haute. Ind. 


1.2 


1.4 


35 Danny Horace 


F 


6-5 


219 


So. 


Cincinnati. Ohio 


6.5 


5.8 


Ryan Baumgartner G 


6-0 


170 


Fr 


Muncie. Ind. 






Starters: 4 returnin/;. 1 /'«(. 


Lellemlnne 


■s: !) returning. 4 lost: Returning starters in bold 




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I\. Carolina Tar Heels 





Mall Diilwih 



Jan. 22. 2001 • Chupvl Hill. VC. 
Feb. 22. 2003 • College Park. IM. 




Jiiwad \Ulliiims 



General Information 

Location: Cliapt'l Hill. N.C. 

Enrollment: 24.635 

Founded: I7H<) 

Colors: Canilina Blue and White 

Conference: Allantic Coast 

Nickname: Tar fleels 

Home Arena: Dean E. Smitti (k'nter 

(21.3721 
President: Dr. James Moeser 
Mlilelics Director: Dicli Badil(iur 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coacli: Matt Doherlx (.North 

Carolina 1)4) 
Career Recorders.: 56-43/4 
Record at North CarolinaArs.: 34-27/3 
Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 
Office nione:t)iri-!l62-llj4 
Assistant Coaches: Doug Wojrik (Navj 

'871. Fred (.iuartlcbaum (Fonlham 89). 

Bob MacKinnon (Kings College K2) 

2001-02 

Oierall Record: 8-20 
Conference Record/Finish: 4-l2/T-7th 
Final Rankinfis: None 
Postseason: iNone 

Media Sen ices 
Basketball SID: Steve Kirschner 
Office Phone: 919-962-7258 
Home Phone: 9i;)-96R-1531 

E-Mail: skirs('hner@'uncaa.unc.erlu 
Office Fav: 919-962-0612 
Press Ron Phone: 919-962-8815 
\\el)site: www larheelblue.com 



Series Information 

Series Record: Norlh Carolina leads 

H)(i-3I 
Last .Meeting: Maryland won. 92-77. on 

Feb. 10, 2002 (Chapel Hill) 

2002-03 Schedule 

.MK Penn State' 

N20 Colunibi;i/Kutgers ' 

N24 at itid Dominion 

\27-29 Ml Semifinals ' 

D3 al Illinois - 

1)7 Kenturky 

1)19 VermoiiL 

1)22 at Florida State 

D27 lona ^ 

D28 St. John's nr Manhattan ■ 

J 4 at Miami (Fla 

J 8 Daxidson 

J 1 1 at Virginia 

,114 Clemson 

J 18 Connecticut? 

,122 Mar>land 

.I2(i at -NC State 

J29 at Georgia Tech 

F2 Wake Forest 

F5 at Duke 

F8 Florida State 

F12 Virginia 

F15 al Clemson 

FIH .North Carolina AST 

F22 at Mainland 

F25 NC Slate 

M 1 Georgia Tech 

.\15 at Wake Forest 

\I9 Duke 

l-Preseason MT (Campus Sites): 2-ACC/ 

Big Ten Challenge: 3-ECAC Holiday 

Festival (New York. N.Y.) 





2002-03 Rosier 

No. Plaver 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Ilometonii 


PPG 


RPG APG 


1 Mehin Scott 


C 


6-2 


180 


So. 


Baltimore. Md. 


6.2 


1.0 2.0 


2 Raymond Felton 


G 


6-0 


185 


Fr. 


Latta. S.C. 






5 Jackie Manuel 


G 


6-5 


185 


So. 


West Palm Beach. Fla 


5.5 


3,5 


14 Jonathan Holmes 


G 


6-0 


185 


Sr. 


Bloomington. Ind. 


1.1 


0.5 


21 Janad Williams 


F 


6-8 


200 


So. 


Cleteland. Ohio 


9.8 


4.2 


25 Dami(ui Grant 


C 


6-11 


255 


Fr. 


Portland. Jamaica 






32 Rashad McCants 


F/G 


6-3 


190 


Fr. 


Asheville. N.C. 






34 David Noel 


G/F 


6-5 


210 


Fr. 


Durham, N.C. 






41 Bvron Sanders 


F 


6-8 


215 


Fr. 


GulfDort. Miss. 






42 Sean May 


F/C 


6-9 


250 


Fr. 


Bloomington. Ind. 






44 Will Johnson 


F 


6-8 


220 


Sr. 


Hickory, N.C. 


3.9 


2.5 


Slarlers: 2 reluming, 3 lost: 


Leilenylnners: 5 


returning. 7 lost: Returning starters in hold 



^€ State Wollpack 




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llcrh Scniick 



Jan. 30. 2003 • College Park. )ld. 
}lar. 2. 2003 ♦ Raleigh. \.C. 




General Information 

Location: Raleigh. N.C. 

Lnrollment: 28.011 

Founded: 1887 

Colors: Red and W bite 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Wolfpack 

Home Vrena: RBC Center (19.772) 

Chancellor: Dr. Marye Anne Fox imtmmm 

Mhlelics Director: l,ee Fowler 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Herb Sendek ( Carnegie 

Career RecordArs.: 172-111/9 
Record at NC Stale/^rs.: 109-85/6 
Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 
Office Phone: 919-515-2104 
Vssislant Coaches: l.arry Harris 
(I'illsburgh 78). l.arry Hunter (Ohio 
71), Mark Phelps (Old Dominion '96) 

2001-02 

Overall Record: 2:i- 1 1 
Conference Record/Finish: 9 7/T-3r(! 
Final Rankings: No, 25 USA Toda\/HSl'N 
Postseason: 1-1; losl to Connecticut. 
74-77. in NC.VA Second Round 

Media Senices 

Basketball SID: \nnabelle Vaughan 
Office Phone: 919-515-2102 
Home Phone: 919-858-9763 
F-Mail: annabelle_vaughan@ncsu.edu 
Office Fa\: 919-515-2898 
Press Row Phone: 919-861-6190 
Website: wTvw.gopack.com 



Scooter Stierill 

Series Information 

Series Record: NC State leads the series 

68-(i3 
Last Meeting: NC State won 86-82 on 

March 9. 2002 (.ACC Tournament 

Semifinals) 

2002-03 Schedule 



,.m2 

N30 

D4 

D8 

D14 

D17 

D21 

D29 

J2 

J5 

Jll 

J16 

J18 

J22 

J26 

J30 

F2 

F6 

F9 

F12 

F15 

F18 

F22 

F25 

M2 

M5 

M8 



Mount St. Mary's 

Coppin State 

Northwestern ' 

South Carolina 

North Carolina .\&T 

at Gonzaga 

Fairleigb Dickinson 

Wofford 

al Massachusells 

Virginia 

al Georgia Tech 

Boston College 

at Florida State 

Duke 

North Carolina 

al Maryland 

Clemson 

Wake Forest 

at Virginia 

Georgia Tech 

at Temple 

Florida Stale 

at Duke 

at North Carolina 

Maryland 

at Clemson 

Wake Forest 




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l-ACC/Big Ten Challenge 



y 



2002-03 Roster 

No. Player 


Pos. 


HI. 


\\l. 


Yr. 


Homelonn 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


3 llian Evtimov 


F 


6-7 


215 


So. 


Winsliin-S.ili'Mi, N.C. 


7.1 


2.9 


1.7 


4 Dovonte Edwards 


G 


6-0 


180 


Fr. 


Chapel Hill. N.C. 








1(1 Justin Flatt 


G 


6-4 


190 


Fr. 


Savannah. Tenn. 








12 Dominick Mejia 


G 


6-4 


190 


Fr. 


Voorhees. N.J. 








13 Cameron BennermanG/F 6-4 


190 


Fr. 


Greensboro. N.C. 








21 LeviWatkins 


F 


6-7 


220 


So. 


Rockville. Md. 


3.2 


2.0 


0.3 


22 Will Roach 


F 


6-5 


185 


So. 


Raleigh, N.C, 


0.6 


0.1 


0.1 


23 Scooter Sherrill 


G 


6-3 


185 


Jr. 


Mt, una, N.C. 


5.7 


1.2 


0.9 


24 Julius Hodge 


G/F 


6-6 


180 


So. 


Harlem. N.Y 


10.7 


4.8 


2.2 


30 Clifford Crawford 


G 


6-3 


190 


Sr. 


Winston-Salem, N.C. 


4.3 


1.9 


1.6 


32 Jordan Collins 


C 


6-10 


240 


So. 


Hvattsville, Md, 


1,6 


1.4 


0.3 


33 Josh Powell 


F/C 


6-9 


210 


So. 


Riverdale. Ga. 


4.3 


1.9 


0.9 


34 Adam Simmons 


C 


7-0 


220 


Fr 


Burlington, N,C, 








54 Marcus Mehin 


F/C 


6-8 


225 


Jr. 


Fayelterille. NI.C. 


10. 1 


5.4 


1.9 


Starlcrs: 3 relurnlng. 2 


lust: 


Lellemlnners: 10 returning. 4 lost: Returning starters in bold 



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I\otre Dame Fighting Irisli 




Oec. 



Mike Urn 

General Informalion 

Location: Ndtre Dame. ind. 

Enrollment: lll.:<ll 

Founded: IH42 

Colors: Gold and Blue 

Conference: BIG EAST 

Mckname: Fifihtins Irish 

Home \rena: Jiivre Center 111,418) 

President: Rev, Kilward A. \Iallii\, C S (^ 

Vlhletifs Director: Kevin White 

Couching Staff 

Head Coach: Mike Brey (George 

Waslliilfjluii. t!2| 
Career Record/^rs.: 141-73/7 
Record al >otre DameArs.: 42-21/2 
Best Time to Reach: Through SID 
Omce Phone: 374-(i3 1-6225 
Assistant Coaches: Sean Kearncv 

(Srranton '81). \nthony Solonimi 

(Miginia '87). Lewis Preston (Mrsinia 

Military Institute 93) 

2001-02 

(heralt Record: 22- 1 1 
Conference Record/Finish: 10-6/2nd 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: 1-1: lost to Duke. 84-77, in 
NCA.A Second Round 

Media Seniees 

Basketball S|[): Bernadette Cafarelli 

Office Phone: 374-631 -75 l(j 

Home Phone: 574-273-2390 

K-\lail: oernadette.nixafarelli.l@n(l.edu 

OfTice Fax: 574-631-7941 

Press Ron Phone: 574-631-5309 

Website: \uu\.und.rom 



I LI I 



BB&f Clafisic 




Mull ( ,1111)11 



Series Informalion 

Series Record: Series is tied. 8-8 
Last Meeting: Mar\land nun 72-67 on Nii\ 
26. 1999 (Preseason MT at New York) 

2002-03 Scliedule 

NI7 Belmont ' 

N18 vs. Bnnvn/IIPIT ' 

N22 Buiknell 

N25 Guardians Classic ' 

N26 Guardians Classic ' 

N30 \lbany 

D2 Marquette 

D7 \s. MarUand - 

D8 \s. Geo. Washington or Texas - 

D14 DePaul 

D22 Canisius 

D3n \anderbilt 

J4 \al|)araiso' 

J6 at Pittsburgh 

.112 Sel.in Hall 

J 14 Rulsers 

J 18 al Kentucky 

J21 at Providence 

J25 at Bnston College 

J29 West \irginia 

Fl Georgetown 

F5 at Seton Hall 

F9 Pittsburgh 

F!5 at SvTaruse 

F18 al West \1rginia 

F22 Virginia Tech 

F24 I'.iinnecticut 

Ml at Rutgers 

M4 Syracuse 

\I8 at Georgetomi 

I -Guardians Classic (Roimds I &2at Solre 

Dame. Ind : Rounds 3 cf -/ al Kansas Cily. 

Mo. I: 2-BB&T Classic (Washinglon. 

B.C.): 3-at United Center (Chicago. Ill) 



2002-03 Rosier 

No. Plaver 


Pos. 


Ht. 


HI. 


Yr. 


Hometonn 


PPG 


RPG APG 


1 Chris Thomas 


G 


6-1 


182 


So. 


Indianapolis. Ind. 


15.6 


3.5 7.6 


2 Chris Ouinn 


G 


6-2 


178 


Fr. 


Dublin. Ohio 






4 Omari Peterkin 


F/C 


6-8 


260 


Fr. 


St. Thomas. \ irgin Islands 




11 RickCornett 


F 


6-8 


244 


Fr 


Countrv Club Hills, 111 






12 Jordan Cornette 


F 


6-9 


235 


So. 


Cincinnati. Ohio 


2.7 


3.3 


13 Matt Carroll 


G 


6-6 


212 


Sr. 


Horsham. Pa. 


14.1 


4.8 2.1 


1 5 Jere Macura 


F 


6-9 


225 


Sr. 


Split. Croatia 


4.1 


2.8 


20 Torrian Jones 


G 


6-4 


195 


Jr. 


Fairless Hills, Pa. 


3,5 


2,0 


21 Dan Miller 


G/F 


6-8 


220 


Sr. 


Mount Hollv, N.J. 


Redshirt Year 


24 Dan Lustig 


G 


6-5 


195 


Sr. 


Alexandria, Indiana 






34 Torin Francis 


F 


6-10 


240 


Fr. 


Roslindale, Mass. 






50 Tom Timmermans 


C 


6-11 


253 


Jr. 


Driehuis. Netherlands 


2.2 


1.8 


51 Chris Markvvood 


G 


6-4 


202 


Jr. 


South Portland, Maine 


0.4 


0.3 


Starters: 2 returning. 


3 lost: 


I.etteminners: 7 


returning. .7 lost: Returnii 


g starters in bold 



Texas Longhorns 





Rick liiirnvn 



Possible dame. Dec. 8. 2002 
BB&r Classic • Washinglon. B.C. 




T.J. Ford 



General Information 

Location: \ustin. Texas 

Knrollment: 52.273 

Founded: 1883 

Colors: Burnt Orange and While 

Conference: Big 12 

Nickname: l.onghorns 

Home \rena: Frank Ervvin Center (16,079) 

President: Dr Larry Faulkner 

\thletics Director: DeLoss Dodds 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Rick Barnes (Lenoir-Rbvne 
77) 

Career Record/Yrs.: 292-177/15 

Record at TevasArs.: 90-43/4 

Best Time to Reach: Through SID 

Office Phone: 512-471-5816 

\ssistanl Coaches: F'rank Haith (Elon '88), 
Russell Springmann (Salisbury State 
90), Rodney Terry (St. Edvi'ards '90) 



\ 



2001-02 

Overall Record: 22-12 
Conference Record/Finish: IO-6/3rd 
Final Rankings: No. 181 iS\ Tiidai/ESPN 
Postseason: 2-1: lost to Oregon. 72-70. 
in NC.V\ Midwest Region Semifinal 

Media Sen ires 

Basketball SID: Scott McConnell 

Office Phone: 512-471-1345 

Home Phone: 512-231-0383 

F-Mail: smi'r(innell(Siathletics,ute.\as,edu 

OfHceFav: 312-471-6040 

Press Ron Phone: 512-471-4262 

Website: vi-wnTexasSportscom 



2002-03 Roster 

No. Plaver Pos. 



Ht. Wt. Yr. 



Series Information 

Series Record: MarUand li-ails I-O 
Last Meeting: Maryland won. 82-68. on 

Mar 18. 1995 (NC.AY Tournament at 

Salt Lake City) 

2002-03 Schedule 

N15 vs. Georgia ' 

N23 Stephen F Austin 

.N27 Texas-Arlington 

N30 vs. Seton Hall ' 

D7 vs. George Washington ^ 

D8 vs. Maryland or Notre Dame ' 

D15 at Arizona 

D19 McNeese State 

D22 Princeton 

D30 Louisiana Tech 

J5 Mount St. Marys 

J 1 1 Iowa State^i 

J 1 5 at Baylor 

J18 Texas ASM 

J25 Missouri 

J27 al Kansas 

Fl Oklahoma State 

F4 at Colorado 

F8 at Texas A&M 

FIO Oklahoma 

F15 at Nebraska 

F 1 7 Texas Tech 

F22 at Oklahoma Slate 

F26 Baylor 

Ml at Texas Tech 

M4 Kansas State 

\I8 at Oklahoma 

Ml 3- 16 al Big 12 Tournament 

l-Coaclies vs. Cancer Classic f.Vc » York. 
^.Y.): 2-Space Cit\ Basketball Classic 
(Houston. Texas j: 3-BB&T Classic 
(Wa.'ihington. DC.) 
Homelomi PPG RPG APG 







James Thomas 


C 


6-8 


235 


Jr. 


Schenectadv. N.Y. 


10.7 


8.9 


3 


Brandon Moulon 


G 


6-4 


205 


Jr. 


Lafayette. La. 


13.7 


4.6 


It 


TJ. Ford 


G 


5-10 


163 


So. 


Houston. Texas 


10.8 


8.3 


12 


Kenton Paulino 


G 


6-1 


170 


Fr, 


Los Angeles, CaliL 






13 


Svdmill Harris 


G 


6-5 


197 


So, 


Hoofddorp. Tlte \etherlands 7. 1 


1,2 


15 


Deeinald Erskin 


F 


6-5 


218 


Sr. 


Gonzales. Texas 


7.7 


3.2 


21 


Jason Kiotz 


C 


6-9 


240 


So, 


Houston. Texas 


3,5 


3.2 


22 


Brad Buckman 


F 


6-8 


220 


Fr, 


.Yustin, Texas 






23 


Terrell Ross 


G 


6-3 


190 


Sr, 


Laurel, Md, 


0,4 


0,8 


24 


Royal hey 


G 


6-3 


192 


Jr. 


Oueens. \.Y. 


10.9 


3.5 


32 


Drew Gressett 


G 


6-0 


180 


Jr. 


Austin, Texas 






33 


Brian Boddicker 


F 


6-8 


228 


Jr, 


Duncan\1IIe, Texas 


7,1 


3,9 


44 


Chris Wright 


F 


6-9 


238 R-Fr, 


Rednater, Texas 






43 


Chris Ogden 


F 


6-6 


220 


Sr, 


Seminole, Texas 


1,8 


0,6 


Starters: 5 returning. Inst: 


hetter^Unners: 9 returning. 2 lost: Returning starters in bold 



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Tom Sullivan 

General Information 

Lociilinn: Ballimiire. Md. 

Enrollmpnl: 11.237 

Founded: 19613 

Colors: Black anil Gold with Kerl 

Confrrenre: \iirllieasl 

MrkiKime: Rc'lric\ers 

Home \reiia: Ki'lriever Aclivilies Cenler 

Vrciia (-1.0(101 
Prfsldeni: Fri'eman Hrabowski 
\lhlrtirs Direrlor: Charles Brown 

Coaehing Staff 

Head Coach: Tom Sullivan (Forriham 72| 
Career RefordArs.: 24()-230/17 
Record at IMBCArs.: 92-105/7 
Best Time to Reach: Monday-FrUlav 

10:110 a.m. - Noun 
Office Phone: 410-455-2864 
Assistant Coaches: Randy Monroe 

(Cheyney 85). Jell' Fstis (.Miami '941. 

John Schaller (SlNVi'lattshurfih 97) 

2001-02 

Overall Record: 20-9 
Conference Record/Finish: 15-5/r-2nd 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: None 

}ledia Sen ices 

Baskethall SID: Sieve l.ev> 
Office Phone: 410-455-2197 
Home Phone: 4 1 0-363-6:579 
E-^lail: slen(a'umbc.edu 
Office Fav: 410-455-3994 
Press Ro« Phone: 410-455-3840 
Uehsile: wwu umbcretheyers.corn 



RETRIEVERS. 
Dec. 23. 2002 • College Park. Md. 

h. Wasliinglon 

Seriea Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads 12-0 
Last Meeting: Maryland wdn 93-67 on 
Dec. 13. 200(1 (College Pai-k) 

2002-03 Schedule 

N23-25 Tonson ' 

D5 Mount Si. Mary's 

1)10 Loyola 

1)13 alMllanova 

1)20 Santa Clara 

U23 at Maryland 

1)29 College of Charleston - 

D30 State Farm Classic - 

.17 at Princeton 

.111 at Robert Morris 

,113 St. Francis (Pa.) 

JI8 St. Francis (NY.) 

,120 Long Island 

J25 at Long Island 

,127 al St. Francis (N.Y.) 

Fl Falrleigh Dickinson 

F3 Monmouth 

F6 at Central Connecticut 

F8 at ()uinni|)iac 

FIO at \lt. St. Marys 

F13 St. Francis (Pa.) 

FI5 Robert Morris 

F20 at Sacred Heart 

F22 at Wagner 

F27 Central Connecticut 

M 1 (,)nmnl|)lac 

l-Bnnk- of Biillimore (Baltimore. Mil.): 2 
Slale farm Classic Idiarlfslnn. S.C.) 



2002-03 Roster 

l\o. Player 



Pos. Ht. Wl. Yr. Hometomi 



PPG RPC APC 




5 


kareeni Washingt 


on G 


6-3 


195 


Jr. 


While Plains. 1\.V. 


10.0 


3.1 2.6 


10 


Robert (io!>ert> 


G 


6-i 


165 


So. 


Cedar Gro\e. M.J. 


5.3 


2.3 


11 


,lustin Wilson 


G 


6-0 


175 


Sr. 


Brooklyn. N.V. 


9.0 


2.4 


14 


Bobby FIsk 


G 


6-2 


180 


Fr. 


Coeyman. N.Y. 






23 


John Zito 


F 


6-6 


200 


Fr. 


Windsor. Conn. 






24 


Jerell DInkins 


G/F 


6-5 


200 


Fr. 


Bron,\, M.Y. 






25 


Mike Snvder 


G 


6-2 


200 


So. 


Cranford. N'.J. 


0.5 


0.2 


34 


P.J. Hatcher 


F 


6-4 


225 


Fr. 


Le\vis\ille. Te.\as 






35 


■\ndre Williams 


F 


6-5 


240 


Sr. 


Oueens. \.Y. 


3.1 


2.6 


45 


Fueene Vouns 


F 


6-7 


235 


Jr. 


Wilmington. Del. 


3.6 


2.6 


52 


Andrew Fecley 


F/C 


6-9 


260 


So. 


Scotch Plains. N.J. 


3.8 


3.6 


Stiirlrrs: 3 reluming. 


2 hsi: 


Leilfmlnners: 7 returning. 4 lost: Reluming starters in boM 



Virginia Cavaliers 



VIRGINIA 




I'fir (iilli-ii 



Feb. 6. 2003 • College Park. IM. 
Ifaf . ft. 2003 • Charlotles\ille. \a. 




'/hii/.s ll.'if.s»n 



iieneral Information 

Location: Charlottesville. Va. 
FnrollmenI: 18.848 
Founded: IK19 
Colors: Orange and Blue 
Conference: .\tlantlc Coast 
Nicknames: Cavaliers. Wahoos. 'Hoos 
Home Vrena: Iniyersity Hall (8.392) 
President: John T. Casteen. Ill 
Athletics Director: Craig Littlepage 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Pete Gillen (Fairfield 68) 
Career RecordArs.: 344-177/17 
Record at \irginiaArs.: 70-49/4 
Best Time to Reach: Through SID 
Office I'hone: 434-982-5400 
Assistant Coaches: Walt Fuller (Drexel 
■87). Alexis Sherard (St. Michael's 
'93|. Rod Jensen (Kcdiands '75) 

2001-02 

Overall Record: 17-12 
Conference Recuril/ITiiish: 7-9/'r5th 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: 0-1; losi to South Carolina. 
74-67. in Ml First Round 

Media Sect ices 

Basketball SID: Ri( h Murray 
Office Phone: 434-982-5500 
Home Phone: 443-978-2966 
F-Mail: rjni4e@virginia.edu 
Office Fax: 434-244-2907 
Press Ron Phone: 434-982-5525 
Website: vvxvxv .virginiasports.com 



Series Information 

Series Record: Marvlanrt leads 96-61 
Last Meeting: Maryland won. 1 12-92. on 
Mar. 3. 2002 (College Park) 

2002-03 Schedule 

N22 Long Island 

N25 Chaminade ' 

N26 Arizona State or Kentucky ' 

N'27 Maui Invitational ' 

D4 at Michigan Slate - 

D17 East Tennessee State 

DI9 Gardner Webb 

D2 1 at Rutgers 

D28 Georgetown 

D30 Liberty 

J2 Wofford 

Jo at NC State 

J 1 1 -North Carolina 

JI5 al Duke 

J18 al Clemson 

J21 at \n'giniaTe(h 

J23 Wake Fiirest 

J29 Florida State 

Fl al Georgia Tech 

F6 at Maryland 

F9 NC State 

FI2 at North Carolina 

F15 Duke 

FI8 Clemson 

F23 at Wake Forest 

F26 at Ohio 

Ml al Florida State 

M5 (Georgia Tech 

IU9 Maryland 

l-Maui Invilalional (Maui. Hawaii): 2- 
ACC/Big Ten Challenge 



2002-03 Rosier 

\o. Player 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wl. Vr. 


Hometonn 


PPG 


RPG APC 


4 Nick Vander Lann 


C 


6-10 


255 Jr. 


Sacramento. Calif. 






5 Derrick Byars 


F 


6-7 


200 Fr. 


Memphis. Tenn. 






10 Keith Jenifer 


G 


6-3 


155 So. 


Baltimore. .Md. 


4.0 


2.0 2.8 


1 1 Maicslic Mapp 


G 


6-2 


184 R-Jr. 


Harlem. N.Y. 






22 Todd Billet 


G 


6-0 


183 R-Jr. 


.Middletown. N.J. 






24 Jermaine Harper 


G 


6-3 


166 So. 


Gardena. Calif. 


5.8 


1.6 


30 Jason Rogers 


C/F 


6-11 


231 Sr. 


Staunton. Va. 


1.7 


1.3 


33 Devin Smith 


G/F 


6-5 


215 So. 


New Castle. Del. 






34 Jason Clark 


F 


6-8 


225 So. 


\irginia Beach. Va. 


3.7 


2.8 


35 TYavis Watson 


F/C 


6-8 


255 Sr. 


Brookneal. \a. 


14.1 


9.7 1.1 


42 Elton Brown 


F 


6-9 


265 So. 


Newport News. Va. 


7.6 


3.1 


Starters: 1 reluming. ■/ lost: iellemlttiiers: 7 


vlunilng. 6 lost: Returning starter in bold 



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Di'reck Whillviibitr^ 

General Information 

Loralioii: Slalen Island. N.V. 
Enrollmenl: 2.0U0 
Founded: 1883 
Colors: Green and White 
Conference: Northeast 
Nickname: Seahawks 




College Park. »M. 

Jermaine Hall 

Series Informalion 

Series Record: \lar\land leads the 

series I -II 
Last Meeting: Mar\land won 96-73 on 

December 5. 1980 (Carrier Classic in 

S>Tacuse. N.V.) 



Home \rena: Spiro Sports Center (2. 100) 


2002-03 Schedule 


President: Dr. Richard Guarasci 


M9 


at I NC Greensboro ' 


Athletics Director: Walt Hameline 


N22 


vs. Holy Cross or Kansas ' 




N26 


Brown 


Coaching Staff 


N27 


Preseason NIT ' 


Head Coach: Dererk Whittenburg (NC 


N29 


Preseason NIT - 


Slate 841 


N30 


at \irginia Commonwealth 


Career Recorders.: 4()-39/3 


D3 


at lona 


Record at WagnerArs.: 46-39/3 


07 


at Connecticut 


Best Tlnie to Reach: Contact SID 


D14 


at Delaware State 


Office Phone: 718-390-3300 


021 


at Georgia Southern 


.\ssistant Coaches: .lim \Ieil (Lehigh 


U30 


American -^wi^ 


■82). Martin Inglesin (Notre Dame 


J2 


Lehigh 


00). \le\ GriHilhuis (S\Tacuse '95) 


J4 


at Maryland 




J8 


at Sarred Heart 


2001-OJ 


.111 


at Central Connecticut State 


Overall Record: 19-10 


J13 


Ouinnipiac 


Conference Record/Finish: 1 j-5/2nd 


J16 


Fairleigh Dickinson 


Final Rankings: None 


J20 


at Monmouth 


Postseason: ll-l; losi to Richmond. 74- 


J23 


at Robert Morris 


67 (OT). in NIT First Round 


J27 


at St. Francis (Pa.) 




F1 


Robert Morris 


Media Seriieen 


F3 


St Francis (Pa.) 


Basketball SID: Bob Balut 


F6 


at Fairleigh Dickinson 


Office Phone: 708-390-3227 


F8 


Monmouth 


Home Phone: 718-761-1278 


Flo 


at (,)uinnipiac 


E-Mail: rhaliittswagneredu 


F17 


Central Connecticut State 


Office Fax: 718-390-3347 


F20 


Mount St. Marys 


Press Ron Phone: 718-420-4433 


F22 


T\IBC 


Website: vuto wagner.cdu/alhletics 


F24 


Sacred Heart 




F27 


at Long Island 




Ml 


at St. Francis (N.Y.) 



2002-03 Rosier 

\o. Plaxer 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Vr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


3 DeEarnest McLemore G 


6-2 


180 


Fr. 


Davton. Ohio 








4 Matt \itale 


F 


6-6 


205 


Fr. 


Brooki™. N.V. 








5 Dedrick Dye 


G 


6-0 


180 


Sr. 


Clinton. Tenn. 


9.9 


3.1 


2.6 


12 Courtney Pritchard G 


6-0 


180 


Jr. 


Southampton. \.V. 


9.5 


2.9 


4.8 


1 5 Corev McCrae 


G 


6-2 


180 


Fr. 


Springdale. \ld. 








20 Jason Allen 


G 


6-1 


185 


Sr. 


Baldwin. N.V. 




0.1 




21 Nigel Wvatte 


C 


6-9 


210 


Jr. 


Staten Island, N.Y. 


5.3 


5.0 


0.8 


24 Jermaine Hall 


F 


6-5 


210 


Sr. 


Dublin. Ga. 


21.0 


7.0 


0.9 


31 Ke\1n Martin 


C 


6-10 


270 


So. 


Maplewood, N.J. 


0.4 


0.7 




32 Sean Munson 


F 


6-8 


220 


So. 


Berrwile. Va. 








33 Teoine Carroll 


G 


6-2 


180 


Jr. 


Baltimore. Md. 


5.2 


2.4 


0.5 


34 Doug \ legas 


G/F 


6-6 


200 


Jr 


Sao Paolo. Brazil 








Starters: 3 relurnine. 


2 Insi: 


Leitemlnners: 7 relurnine. .7 tost. Reluming starters in bold 



Wake Forest Deacons 






Skip I'msser 

General Information 

Cocation: Winston-Salem. N.C. 

Enrollment: 3.950 

Founded: 1834 

Colors: (lid Gold and Black 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Demon Deacons 

Home Uena: Lawrence Joel Veterans 

Memorial Coliseum (14.663) 
President: Dr. Thomas K. Hearn 
Uhlelics Director: Ron Wellman 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Skip Prosser (IS. 

Merchant M.irine \cadeiny 72) 
Career Recorders.: 186-91/9 
Record at Hake ForeslArs.: 21-13/1 
Best Time to Reach: (^intact SID 
Office Phone: 336-758-5622 
.Vssistant Coaches: Jeff Battle (Marshall 

■85). DinoGaudio (Ohio ■811. Chris 

Mack (\arier93) 

2001-02 

(herall Record: 21-13 
Conference Record/Finish: 9-7/3rd 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: I-l: lost to Oregon, 92-87. 
in NCA.\ Second Round 

Media Senices 

Basketball SID: Dean Buchan 
Office Phone: 336-758-5640 
Home Phone: 336-922-7049 - 
F-\lail: buchandw@wfu.ediK,^ 
Office Fav: 33(i-758-5140 ^-^ 
Press Ro« Phone: 336-727-2943 
Website: \™a\ .wakeforestsports.com 



Jan. 15. 2003 • ninston-Salem. \.C. \ 
Feb. 16. 2003 • College Park. IM. josh Honard 

Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads the 

series 55-30 
Last Meeting: Maryland won 90-89 on 

February 24. 2002 (College Park. Md.) 



2002-03 Schedule 




N27 


Yak- 


Dl 


Temple 


D4 


at Wisconsin ' 


D15 


SMI 


D18 


South Carolina Slate 


D21 


St. Johns 


D28 


North Carolina \&T 


D30 


Bethune-Cookman 


J4 


at Richmond 


J7 


Elon 


J12 


at Duke 


JI5 


Maryland 


J19 


Georgia Tech 


J23 


at Virginia 


J26 


Florida State 


J28 


at Clemson 


F2 


at North Carolina 


F6 


NC State 


F9 


at .Marquette 


F13 


Duke 


F16 


at Vlanland 


F20 


at Georgia Tech 


F23 


Virginia 


F26 


at Florida State 


Ml 


Clemson 


M5 


North Carolina 


M8 


at NC State 



l-ACC/Big Ten Challenge 



2002-03 Roster 

No. Player 


Pes. 


Ht. 


Ht. 


Yr. 


Hometonn 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


Chris Ellis 


F 


6-8 


250 


Fr 


Marietta, Ga. 








1 Justin Gray 


G 


6-2 


185 


Fr. 


Charlotte. N.C. 








2 Scott Benken 


F 


6-7 


215 


So. 


Cincinnati. Ohio 








4 Taron Downey 


G 


6-2 


171 


So. 


O.xford. N.C. 


4.7 


1.4 


1.9 


5 Josh Honard 


F 


6-6 


203 


Sr. 


Hinston-Salem. \.C. 


13.9 


7.7 




10 Jamaal Lew 


F 


6-9 


180 


So. 


Panama Citv. Panama 


2.7 


2.0 




13 VMasDanelius 


F 


6-8 


228 


So. 


Kaunas. Lithuania 


6.6 


4,2 




20 Alan Williams 


G 


6-3 


177 


Jr. 


Memphis. Tenn. 


0.5 


0.2 




23 Richard Joyce 


G-F 


6-5 


200 


Fr. 


Mount Airv. N.C. 








31 Eric Williams 


C 


6-9 


270 


Fr. 


Wake Forest, N,C. 








33 Stexe Lepore 


G 


6-5 


202 


Sr 


North Olmsted, Ohio 


4,5 


2.5 




34 Trent Strickland 


G 


6-5 


190 


Fr. 


East Flat Rock. N.C. 








53 Dshamal Schoetz 


C 


7-0 


263 


Jr. 


Cottbus. Germany 








Starters: 1 rt-lurning. 


t lost: 


Letteminners: .i 


relurnine. .7 lost: Relurnii 


e starter in bold 




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Te\ciS 

BB&T Classic Results 

Dec. 2. 1993 

Florida 75. George Washington 66 
Massacliusetts 50. Manland 47 



Dec. 3. 1995 

Consolation: Maryland 98. George Washington 81 
Championship: Massachusetts 80, Florida 58 

Dec. 8. 1996 

George Washington 57. Mississippi State 36 

Mapland 80. California 64 

Dec. 9. 1996 
Consolation: California 78. Mississippi Slate 45 
Championship: Manland 74. George Washington 68 

Dec. 7. 1997 

#UI Manland 86. #2 Kansas 83 

George Washinston 66. Penn 62 

Dec. 8. 1997 

Consoiation: Kansas 89, Penn 71 

Cliampionship: George Washington 70. #19 Manland 66 

Dec. 6. 1998 

DePaul 87, George Washington 79 

#2 Manland 62. #5 Stanford 60 

Dec. 7. 1998 
Consoiation: #5 Stanford 70. George Washington 56 
Championship: #2 Manland 92. DePaul 75 

Dec. 4. 1999 

George Washington 72. Seton Hall 63 

#20 Manland 69. #16 Illinois 67 

Dec. 5. 1999 
Consoiation: #\(i Illinois 72. Seton Hall 61 
Championship: G. Washington 74. #20 Manland 69 




Dec. 2. 2000 

#13 Manland 82, Michigan 51 
George Washington 85, St. John's 75 



Off. 3. 2000 

Consolation: St. Johns 97. Michigan 83 

Championship: # 1 3 Manland 7 1 . George Washington 63 



Off. 2. 2001 

#5 Manland 6 1 . Princeton 53 

Connecticut 84. George Washington 76 

Off. 3 2001 

Consolation: George Washington 60. Princeton 57 

Championship: #3 Manland 77. Connecticut 65 

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The Terps »/(/) the 2001 BB&T Classic chjinpioiiship Iroph}. 

Ml-Touivament Teams BB&T Classic Records 

1995 

Marcus Camby. Massachusetts (\l\ P| 
Dametri Hill. Florida 
Alexander Knul. George Washington 
Johnn> Rhodes. Manland 

Greg Williams. Florida 

1996 

keith Booth. Maryland (M\P) 

Ed Gray. California 

.Alexander Koul, George Washington 

Yegor Mescheriakov. George Washington 

Laron Prom. Manland 

1997 

Rodney Elliott. Manland 

Raef LaFrentz. Kansas 
Paul Pierce. Kansas 
Laron Prolit. Manland 

Shawnta Rogers. George Washington (M\ P) 

1998 

Ste»f Francis. Manland (M\P) 

Mark Madsen. Stanford 
Yegor .Mescherlakoy George Washington 
Terence Morris. Manland 
Ouentin Richardson, DePaul 

1999 

Sir\alianl Brown. George Washington (M\P) 
Juan Dixon. Manland 
Lonn> Baxter. Manland 

Cory Bradford. Illinois 
Darius Lane. Seton Hall 

2000 

Sir\alianl Brown, George Washington (\1\P| 
Juan Dixon. Manland 
B>Ton Moulon. Manland 

\nlhony Glii\er, St. ,l()hn's 
Bernard Robinson, Michigan 



2001 
Lonny Baxter. Manland (M\P) 

— Caron Butler. Connecticut 

Greg Collucci. George Washington 
Juan Dixon. Manland 

Chris Monme, (ieorge Washington 

SIXTEEIV IM SIX OF THE LAST MIME YEARS 



Indhidual Records 

Points 30 


Marcus Cambv. I'Mass. vs. Florida. '95 


Total Rebounds 


16 


Raef LaFrentz. Kansas \s. Maryland. '97 


Assists 


10 


, Edgar Padilla. 1 Mass \s. Florida. '95 


Steals 


6 


Lanjn Prolit, Marvland vs. Kansas. '97 




6 


Juan Dixon, Maryland \s. Princeton "01 




6 


Juan DLxon, Maryland xs. Connecticut. '01 


Blocked Shots 


6 


Terence Morris. Maryland \s, GW. '99 


Field Goals 


12 


Raef LaFrentz. Kansas vs. Penn. '97 


Field Goal Attempt 


s 21 


Raef LaFrentz. Kansas vs. Maryland. '97 


FC Pet. (min 10 FGA) 800 Raef LaFrentz (8-lOL Kansas vs. Penn. '97 




.800 


Garrett Kreitz (8-lOL Penn vs. GW. '97 


.800Lonn\ Baxter 18-101, Maryland \s, 1 Conn. 01 


3 Pt. Field Goals 


7 


Greg Collucci, GW vs. Princeton. '01 


3 Pt. FG Attempts 


II 


kwame Evans. GW \s. Florida. '95 


Free Throws 


16 


Keith Booth. Maryland \s, GW '96 


Free Throxvs Alt. 


24 


Keith Booth. Maryland vs. GW '96 


Free Throw Pet. 


1.000 


. DLxon (9-9). Marviand vs. Princeton. '01 


Team Records 

Field Goals 


36 


Kansas vs. Penn. '97 


FG Attempts 


81 


St. John's \s. GW. 00 


FG Percentage 


.571 


Kansas \s. Penn. '97 


3-Pt. Field Goals 


10 


Princeton vs. GW. '01 


3-Pt. FGA 


38 


Princeton vs. GW. '01 


3-Pt FG (pet.) 


.600 


Penn vs. GW. '97 


Free Throws 


33 


Maryland vs. GW. '96 


FT Attempted 


47 


Maryland vs. GW. '96 


FT Pet. 


1.000 


GW (21-21) vs Maryland. '00 


Total Rebounds 


51 


Kansas vs. Maryland. '97 


Personal Fouls 


32 


GW vs. Maryland. '96 


Points 


98 


Maryland vs. GW. '95 


Assists 


22 


Marylandvs. GW. '95 




22 


IMass vs. Florida. '95 




22 


Marylandvs. DePaul. '98 


Blocked Shots 


10 


GW vs. Maryland, 99 




10 


LConnvfi, GW.Ol 


Steals 


15 


California vs. Miss St.. '96 




15 


Maryland vs. Kansas. '97 


Margin ot Melon 


33 


California vs. Mississippi St.. '96 


Attendance 


20.544 


Md. vs. Stanford. GW vs. DePaul. 12/6/98 


Consc ruli\e Wins 


4 


Marvl.ind. OO-'Ol 


Consecutive Titles 


2 


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In This Section 

V'iir In Re\iett 


1 

92 




2001-02 Final Results 


9-1 




2001-02 Overall. ACC, NCM Statistics 


9.-) r 




Team Game-Bv-Game Statistics 


96 




Team & ln(li\i(lual Superlatives 


97 




Miscellaneous Statistics 


98 




\(X Siaiulinss, Statistics. Honors 


99 


W. Bush 
\ored at 


(ninic Ivccaps 


101 


I'inal Game At Cole Kield House 


109 


\CX, Tournament Recaps 


110 


NCAA 1st & 2n(l Kounil Recaps 


111 


NCAA Kast Regional Recaps 


112 


NCAA Semifinal: Kansas Recap 


113 


NCAA Championship: Indiana Recap 


114 






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2001-02 Review I^otebook 



• Maryland won its first national championship with a 
64-52 win over Indiana in the NCM championship game 
on April I. 2002. The Terrapins won 19 of their final 20 
games, and 24 of their last 26 to finish the season with a 
32-4 record. Maryland earned NCW Tonrnamenl victo- 
ries over Siena (8[i-7(t). Wisconsin (ii7-57). Kentucky (78- 
fi«l. Connecticut (90-82). Kansas (97-88) and Indiana. 

• The Terrapins became the first team ever to advance to 
the national championship game by placing the highest pos- 
sible seed in each ixiund and licsling a series of traditional 
heavyweights along the way: # 1 6 seed Siena. #8 Wisconsin. 
#4 Kentucl<y. #2 Connecticut. #1 Kan.sas, #5 Indiana. 




Jiiiin Diuiii. nlw hciuiiw the Icips ull-limf Iciidiiifi 
scorer in 2002. unliiipulrs the liiiul sfttiiids ofllw 
\(: 1 1 champinnnhij). 



• Beating Indiana for the title, the Terps tianded Ihe liiin- 
siers their first-ever lo.ss in a title game and completed ,i 
run through five straight hirmer champions: Wiscon.^iii 
(I title). Kentucky (7). Connecticut (I). Kansas (2) ami 
Indiana (3). 

• Maryland's si.x wins in the NCAA Tournament all were 
decided by at least eight points. Only seven other cham- 
pions since 1 970 ha\c won the title no maigin fewer than 
eight points. 

• Maryland's Cary \\illi.inis became Ihe first coach since 
1974 and just the lOlh o\erall to lead his alma mater to 
the national championship. 

• Williams became jusi Ihe lOth active coach to boast 
an NCAA championship (Jim Calhoun. Steve Fisher. Jim 
Harrick. Tom Izzo. Bob Knight. Mike Krzyzewski. Lute 
Olson, Rick Pitino and 'l'ubl)y Smith). 

• Juan Di.von finished the WA\ Tournament with 1 5") 
points. Ihe ninlh-higliest total in tournament history, av- 
eraging 2,"i.8 points in the pnicess. Mis point total was 
llie higlicst since Michigan's Glen Rice in 1989. and 
\aidleil his career total in NCU Tournament games to 
294 poinis — ninth in NCAA history and Ihe second-best 
In a plajer from the .Atlantic Coast Confea-nce. 

i • All-America guard Juan Dixon became the Terps' all- 
time scoring champ during Maryland's second-round 
NCU win o\er Wisconsin. He later tied a career-high 
with 33 points in a national semifinal win over Kansas, 
and finished his career with 2.269 points. In six NC'U 
Tournament games. Dixon totaled 29. 29. 19. 27. 33 and 
IB poinis. He matched his career-high with five 3-point- 
ers in three different NCA\ games and in the champion- 
ship he also had five steals to mark Ihe most in a tille 
game since 1990. 

• Dixon ended his career by scoring in double figures in 
54 consecutive games. It is the second-longest streak in 
Maryland history (Tom McMillen. 74. 1972-73-74) ami 
the l4th-longest in ACC history. 

• Only two clubs were ranked No. 1 during Ihe course 
of the 2001-02 regular season — Duke aiul Kansas. Mary- 
land was the only team lo heal them both, W hilc Ihe Terps 
finished Ihe year at No. 4 in Ihe linal poll by Ihe Associ- 
ated Press, Maryland's No. I ranking in Ihe final coaches 
poll by USA rorfti.i/ESPN marked the first time in liislor> 
thai Maryland has ever earned a No. I ranking. 

• Maryland's No. 4 ranking in both major polls matched 
the highest that Maryland has e\er been ranked duiing 
the NCAA Tournament. In 1975. the Terrapins were also 
No. 4 and advanced lo the Klite Flight. 

• Since 1990. .Maryland became the eighlh team to reach 
the Final Four in coiiscculi\e seasons. 

• Conibirung Ihe 2001 and 2002 seasons. Maryland has 
advanced lo Iwii Final Fours, linished with No. I and No. 
4 final rankings. w(in an ACC regular sea.son tille anil 




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lonm lUnlcr I'uriwd Ihe llusl Keffiiwul Wl /' \\uiril. 
ittiirkma his second /VC 1 1 Regional M\ /' lionor. 

finished the 2002 season imdefealed ( 1 5-0) al Cole Field 
Mouse. 

• Since Fel). 1 7. 200 1 . Maryland has a coudiined record 
of 42-6. .Ml six losses ha\c been on the road against Duke 
(3), Arizona, NC State and Oklahoma. 



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• Miii'jlaiid is jusi lilt' iDurlli l)i\isiuii I inslitulldn (\liclii- 
am. Michigan Stale, Ohio Slale) and ihe firsl from the 
Mlantie Coast Conlerenre to claim a first-place finish in 
llie \P footl)all poll and an N(;A.\ championship in has- 
kelball. Maryland finished No. 1 in the AP college fool- 
hall poll of 1953. 

• The Terps' return to the Final Four follow ed the schools 
lirst trip to the Klite Kisht in consecuti\e seasons and its 
fourth o\erall (197;!, 1075. 2flOI|. Maryland has ad- 
vanced to at least the Sweet Sixteen in four of Ihe past 
five seasons, and in six of nine years since 1994. 

• fhe Terps' 32 victories broke the Maryland record for 
wins in a season (28-() in 1999). The 2002 Terrapins 
became the 15th team in .\CC history to win 30 games. 

• A I\o, 1 seed in the NCA.'\ Tournament for the first time 
in school history \lar\land was 5-1 against teams in the 
\1' top 10 in 2002, and 9-2 against teams in the Al' lop 
25. Its five wins vs. the lop 10. and nine vs. Ihe top 25. 
both are school records. 

• Maryland and Oklahoma were ihe only learns in the 
Held of 65 to claim wins over teams which were ranked 
both \o. f and No. 2. 

• The Terrapins were the only team in the counlr\ that 
ne\er lost a game to a team outside of the Top 25. ac- 
cording to the final poll released by ISA Today/ESPN. 

• The top seed from the East Region, Maryland was the 
regular season champion in the Atlantic Coast Confer 
ence w ith a 1 5- 1 league mark — just the fourth team in 
\CC history to win 1 5 league games. Maryland's ACC 
record and its 25-3 regular season record both were the 
liest in school history as the Terrapins won their first 
outright .\CC regular season litle since 1980. 



• The ACC Coach of the Year. Gary Williams is 
Maryland's winningest coach in NC.W Tournament his- 
tory, boasting a 19-8 record in nine appearances. He is 
23-1 1 in the NCAA Tournament overall and is Ihe eighth- 
winningest active coach in tournament hi.story, 

• Maryland's senior class finished 1 10-31 over the last 
four sea.sons. marking the most wins by any class in 
school history. Juan l)i\oii played in all 1 10 \ictories. 
and Loniiy Baxter in 107. Maryland set new standards 
for most wins in a four-year period (110) and a five-year 
stretch (13f), 

• Since the NCAA began selecling regional Most Out- 
standing Players in 196li. Lonny Bavter is just the 10th 
player in history to be a two-time regional .M\P. Juan 
Divon became the first Maryland player ever named as 
the MVP of the NC.V\ Final Four. 

• Maryland's Loniiy Baxter and Juan Dixon became 
the highest-scoring tandem (4.127 points) in NC.U his- 
tory to win a national championship, and the 1 2th-high- 
est scoring tandem overall. 

• The Baxter-Dixon duo of 2002 joined Len Elmore and 
Tom McMillen in 1974 as Ihe only pairs of first team Ail- 
Americans on the same team in Maryland history. tMxon 
won consensus first team selection on every major All- 
America team in 2002 and Baxter was one of 10 mem- 
bers on the Wooden All-America team. 

• Point guard Sle^e Blake boasts 75 1 career assists 
as just a junior — the most of any player in the nation 
entering the 2002-03 season. Already Maryland's career 
leader, he is on pace to become just the fourth player in 
NCA.A history with 1 .000 in his career. He averages 7.02 
assists per game for his career and averaged a school- 
record 7.94 in 2002. 



• All five memiiers of the Marviand starting lineup were 
decorated with ACt; himors. Player of the V'ar Juan 
Dixon was a first li'am selection. !;Onn> Baxter was a 
second team pick, Ste\e Blalie and Chris Wilcox earned 
third team \11-\CC honors, and Byron Moulon was an 
honorable mention selection. Dixon and Baxter each were 
named lo the \CC's \II-Defensive Team, with Blake and 
Wilcox as honorable mention selections. Blake was named 
to the ACC's second team all-tournament squad. 




Chris Wilcox n,is one of lite Terps lo recehe ill-\CC 
accolades during their championship season. 



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2001-02 Season Results 



0H'iall:32'4 \CC: 15-1 Home: 15-0 Anav: 7-2 



Neutral: 10-2 



Dale 






Opponent 


Result 


Alt. 


Overall 


ACC 


Points Leader 


Rebounds Leader 


Assists Leader 




INS 


; 


12/31 


vs. Arizona 


L 


67-71 


12.615 


0-1 


— 


DL\on21 


Blake 10 


DLxon 5 




N9 


/ 


12/31 


vs. 116/171 Temple 


W 


82-74 


15.404 


1-1 





DLxon 25 


Wilcox 9 


Nicholas 6 




N17 




12/61 


American 


W 


83-53 


13,485 


2-1 


— 


Baxter 25 


Mouton 10 


Blake 9 




N24 




16/51 


Delaware State 


W 


77-53 


13.146 


3-1 


— 


Baxter 18 


Baxter 12 


Blake 5 




N27 


2 


15/41 


12/21 Illinois 


W 


76-63 


14,500 


4-1 


— 


Dixon 25 


Holden, Wilcox 6 


Blake 9 




D2 


3 


15/41 


vs. Princeton 


W 


61-53 


13,860 


5-1 


— 


Baxter 19 


Baxter 12 


Blake 8 




D3 


3 


13/2) 


vs. Connecticut 


W 


77-65 


14,813 


6-1 





Baxter 24 


Baxter 10 


Blake 9 




D9 




13/21 


Detroit 


W 


79-54 


14,327 


7-1 





Baxter 1 7 


Baxter 7 


Blake 8 




Dll 




13/2) 


Monmouth 


W 


91-55 


13,336 


8-1 





DLxon 18 


Wilcox 13 


Blake 7 




D21 




12/21 


122/211 at Oklahoma 


L 


56-72 


12,715 


8-2 


— 


Wilcox 15 


Baxter 10 


Blake 6 




D27 




18/61 


William & Marv 


W 


103-75 


14,500 


9-2 


— 


Dixon, Mouton 1 9 


Baxter 10 


Blake, Dixon 9 




D30 


* 


18/61 


at NC State 


W 


72-65 


18,163 


10-2 


1-0 


DLxon 21 


Wilcox 12 


Blake 5 




J3 




18/61 


Norfolk State 


w 


92-69 


13,201 


11-2 


— 


Dixon 17 


Wilcox 8 


Blake 9 




J9 


+ 


14/41 


North Carolina 


w 


112-79 


14,500 


12-2 


2-0 


DLxon 29 


Blake 9 


Blake 14 




J13 


* 


14/41 


al (Jeoreia 'I'ech 


w 


92-87 


6,332 


13-2 


3-0 


DLxon 26 


DLxon 10 


Blake 5 




JIT 


+ 


13/31 


at 11/11 Duke 


I 


78-99 


9,314 


13-3 


3-1 


Baxter 24 


Baxter 8 


Blake 8 




J20 


+ 


13/31 


Clemson 


w 


99-90 


14,500 


14-3 


4-1 


DLxon 23 


Wilcox 14 


Blake 13 




J23 


♦ 


13/31 


121/161 at Wake Forest 


w 


85-63 


13,886 


15-3 


5-1 


DLxon, Blake 19 


Wilcox 5 


Mouton 4 




J26 


* 


13/31 


Florida State 


w 


84-63 


14,500 


16-3 


6-1 


DLxon 25 


DLxon 1 1 


Blake 9 




J3I 


♦ 


13/31 


18/51 at Virginia 


w 


91-87 


8,392 


17-3 


7-1 


Mouton 21 


Baxter 10 


Blake, DLxon 4 




F3 


* 


13/31 


NC State 


w 


89-73 


14,500 


18-3 


8-1 


DLxon 27 


Mouton 6 


Blake 6 




FIO 


* 


13/31 


at North Carolina 


w 


92-77 


18,751 


19-3 


9-1 


DLxon 18 


Baxter 10 


Blake 9 




F13 


* 


13/31 


Georfiia Tech 


w 


85-65 


14,500 


20-3 


10-1 


Baxter 22 


Wilcox 12 


Blake 8 




F17 


* 


13/31 


11/11 Duke 


w 


87-73 


14,500 


21-3 


11-1 


Wilcox 23 


Wilcox 1 1 


Blake 13 




F20 


* 


12/21 


at Clemson 


w 


84-68 


8,500 


22-3 


12-1 


DLxon 21 


Baxter 12 


Blake 9 




F24 


* 


12/21 


120/211 Wake Forest 


w 


90-89 


14,500 


23-3 


13-1 


Baxter 25 


Wilcox 9 


Blake 13 




F27 


* 


12/21 


at Florida State 


w 


96-63 


6,461 


24-3 


14-1 


DLxon 25 


Baxter, Blake 6 


Blake 12 




M3 


* 


12/21 


Virginia 


w 


112-92 


14,500 


25-3 


15-1 


DLxon 23 


Wilcox 1 1 


Blake 10 




M8 


4 


12/21 


vs. Florida State 


w 


85-59 


23,895 


26-3 





DLxon 20 


Wilcox 8 


Blake 7 




M9 


4 


12/21 


vs. NC State 


L 


82-86 


23,895 


26-4 





Blake 21 


Mouton, Baxter 7 


Blake 1 1 




M15 


5 


14/41 


vs. Siena 


w 


85-70 


18,770 


27-4 





DLxon 29 


Baxter 9 


Blake 1 1 




Ml 7 


5 


14/41 


vs. Wisconsin 


w 


87-57 


18,789 


28-4 





DLxon 29 


Mouton, Wilcox, Baxter 7 Blake 4 




M22 


6 


14/41 


vs. 116/151 Kentucky 


w 


78-68 


29,633 


29-4 





DLxon 19 


DLxon 7 


Blake, Nicholas 5 




M24 


6 


14/41 


vs. 110/131 Connecticut 


w 


90-82 


29,252 


30-4 





Baxter 29 


Baxter 9 


Blake 6 




M30 


7 


14/41 


vs. 12/21 Kansas 


w 


97-88 


53,378 


31-4 





DLxon 33 


Wilcox 9 


Blake 1 1 




Al 


7 


14/41 


vs. Indiana 


w 


64-52 


53,406 


32-4 


— 


Dixon 18 


Baxter 14 


Holden 4 





■ denotes Atlantic Coast Conference sames 



1 - denotes Coacltes vs. Cancer IKON Classic at iVew York. ^. Y. (Madison Spuare Garden) 

2 - denotes ACC/Bis Ten Challenge at Collese Park. Md. (Cole Field House) 

3 - denotes BB&T Classic at Wasliiiislon. DC. (MCI Center) 

4 - denotes ACC Tournament a l C lnirlol tc. \.C. (C harlot te Culiseinn) 

5 - denotes NCU East Kegiim i-'irsl and Second Kimnds al \\asliin t;l <iii. LI.C. (MCI Center) 




-.,_^^ 6 - denotes NCU East Resional at Syracuse. iV i: (Carrier Dome) 



7 - denotes NCAA Final Four al .Mlanta. Ga. (Georgia Dome) 
Numbers in hracl(ets denote rankings hy.\P/liSA Today■ESP^ 




One rim iiltvr 
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Terrapin Records ntth Various Starting Lineups 

F Mouton F Wilcox C Baxter G Blake G DLxon 22-3 



vs. Arizona (11-8). NC State (12-30). Nortli Carolina (1-9). Georgia Tech (1-13). at 
Duke (1-17). Clemson (1-20). al Wake ForrsI (1-23). Fla. Stale (1-21)). at Virginia 
(1-3) j. NC Stale (2-3), at North Carolina (2-10). Georgia Tech (2-13). Duke (2-17). 
at Clemson (2-20). \Yake Forest (2-24). at Fla. State (2-27). Mrginia (3-3). Florida 
State (3-8). NC Stale (3-9). Siena (3-15). Wisconsin (3-17). Kenluckv (3-22). Con- 
necticul (3-24). Kansas (3-30). Indiana (4-1) 



F Mouton F Holden 




C Baxter G Blake G Dixon 8-1 


vs. Temi)lc (1 1-9). American (11-17). Delaware Stale (11-24). Illinois (1 1-27). vs. 
Princeton (12-2). vs. Connecticut (12-3). Monmouth (12-11). al OUahoma (12-21). 
William & Mary (12-27) 


F Holden C Baxter 




G Blake G Dixon G Nicholas 1-0 


Detroit (12-9) 


F Mouton F Wilcox 




C Holden C Blake C Dixon 1-0 


Norfolk State (1-31 



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- COMCAST CEIVTER WELCOMED THE EOOB IVATIDIVAL CHAMPIDIMS - 



2001-02 Season Statistics 



Overall Statistics 













/- 


--TOTU-/ 


/-- 


3-PTS 


— / 








/ 


-REBOl\DS-/ 


















## Pla>er 


GP 


GS 


^lin 


Avs 


FG 


FGA 


Pet 


3FG 


FGA 


Pet 


FT 


FFA 


Pet 


on 


Def 


Tot 


Avs 


PF 


FO 


A 


TO 


BIk 


StI 


Pis 


Avs 


3 Dixon, Juan 


36 


36 


1209- 


33.6 


251 


535 


.469 


92 


232 


.397 


141 


157 


.898 


49 


117 


166 


4.6 


72 





104 


89 


7 


92 


735 


20.4 


35 Baxter. Lonny 


35 


35 


1005 


28,7 


193 


354 


.545 





1 


.000 


147 


236 


.623 


80 


208 


288 


8.2 


103 


5 


28 


76 


69 


33 


533 


15.2 


54 Wllrox. Chris 


36 


26 


866 


24.1 


173 


343 


.504 





2 


.000 


86 


147 


.585 


97 


160 


257 


7.1 


97 


1 


53 


53 


53 


28 


432 


12.0 


1 Mouton. BvTon 


36 


35 


1017 


28.3 


144 


307 


.469 


14 


55 


.255 


99 


129 


.767 


89 


91 


180 


5,0 


81 





74 


51 


6 


34 


401 


11.1 


25 Blake, Steve 


36 


36 


1152 


32.0 


91 


238 


.382 


44 


128 


.344 


61 


74 


.824 


20 


117 


137 


3.8 


72 


1 


286 


116 


16 


56 


287 


8.0 


12 Nirhnlas, Drew 


36 


1 


737 


20.5 


82 


172 


.477 


38 


96 


.396 


53 


66 


.803 


10 


71 


81 


2,3 


47 





88 


37 


12 


16 


255 


7.1 


45 Holden, Talil 


36 


11 


665 


18.5 


62 


137 


.453 


17 


40 


.425 


61 


73 


.836 


32 


64 


96 


2.7 


93 


1 


42 


31 


34 


21 


202 


5.6 


33 Randle, Rvan 


34 





326 


9.6 


55 


105 


.524 


1 


1 


1,000 


18 


32 


.563 


35 


71 


106 


3,1 


52 





5 


16 


18 


13 


129 


3.8 


10 Collins, .Andre 


22 





84 


3.8 


18 


27 


.667 


5 


10 


,500 


7 


9 


.778 





12 


12 


0.5 


8 





19 


12 





5 


48 


2.2 


5 McCall. Calvin 


19 





80 


4.2 


10 


19 


.526 


5 


10 


,500 


2 


4 


.500 


1 


14 


15 


0.8 


9 





2 


6 


1 


3 


27 


1.4 


21 Grinnon, Mike 


16 





33 


2.1 


2 


7 


.286 


1 


4 


.250 


2 


2 1,000 


3 


2 


5 


0.3 


4 





4 


3 





1 


7 


0.4 


4 Badu, Karl . 


12 





26 


2,2 


2 


4 


,500 





1 


,000 





4 


.000 





3 


3 


0.3 


2 





9 


3 








4 


0.3 


TM TE.AM 




























57 


76 


133 


3.7 









2 










Total 


36 






1083 2248 


.482 


217 


580 


.374 


677 


933 


.726 


473 


1006 


1479 


41.1 


640 


8 


714 


495 216 


302 


3060 


85.0 


Opponents 


36 








920 2304 


.399 


227 


717 


.317 


485 


712 


.681 


508 


839 


1347 


37.4 


741 


. 


489 


555 


128 


256 


2552 


70.9 


Atlantic Coast Conference Statistics 

/-TOTAL-/ /-3-PTS-/ 








/ 


-REBOl'%DS-/ 


















## Player 


GP 


GS 


Min 


Avs 


FG 


FGA 


Pet 


3FG 


FGA 


Pet 


FT 


FTA 


Pet 


Off 


Def 


Tot 


Avs 


PF 


FO 


A 


TO 


BIk 


StI 


Pis 


Avfi 


03 DLxon, Juan 


6 


6 


219 


36.5 


52 


96 


,542 


22 


43 


,512 


29 


33 


.879 


5 


18 


23 


3.8 


11 





19 


16 





12 


155 


25.8 


35 Baxter, Lonny 


6 


6 


167 


27.8 


32 


57 


,561 








.000 


30 


42 


.714 


10 


41 


51 


8.5 


15 


1 


4 


12 


13 


5 


94 


15.7 


54 Wilcox, Chris 


6 


6 


156 


26.0 


33 


64 


.516 





2 


.000 


15 


21 


.714 


9 


24 


33 


5.5 


14 





6 


10 


7 


8 


81 


13.5 


01 Mouton, BvTon 


6 


6 


175 


29.2 


13 


37 


.351 





2 


.000 


16 


17 


.941 


15 


15 


30 


5.0 


12 





10 


10 


1 


8 


42 


7.0 


12 Nicholas, Drew 


6 





129 


21.5 


12 


31 


.387 


7 


19 


.368 


10 


11 


.909 


2 


12 


14 


2.3 


8 





14 


9 





4 


41 


6.8 


25 Blake, Steve 


6 


6 


186 


31.0 


11 


38 


.289 


6 


21 


.286 


9 


14 


.643 


3 


20 


23 


3.8 


17 





40 


17 


1 


9 


37 


6.2 


45 Holden, Tahj 


6 





98 


16.3 


9 


16 


.563 


2 


6 


.333 


15 


15 


1.000 


7 


12 


19 


3.2 


17 





6 


5 


4 


2 


35 


5.8 


33 Randle, Rvan 


6 





54 


9.0 


7 


15 


.467 








.000 





1 


.000 


5 


6 


11 


1.8 


9 





1 


1 


2 


1 


14 


2.3 


10 Collins, Andre 


2 





5 


2.5 


1 


2 


.500 








.000 








.000 











0.0 











1 





1 


2 


1.0 


05 McCall, Calvin 


3 





7 


2.3 








,000 








,000 








.000 











0.0 


1 




















0,0 


04 Badu, Earl 


1 





2 


2.0 








,000 








.000 








,000 











0.0 








2 


1 











0,0 


21 Grinnon, Mike 


1 





2 


2.0 





1 


.000 








.000 








,000 


2 





2 


2.0 























0,0 


TM TE.AM 




























9 


16 


25 


4.2 




















Total 


6 








170 


357 


.476 


37 


93 


.398 


124 


154 


.805 


67 


164 


231 


38.5 


104 


1 


102 


82 


28 


50 


501 


83.5 


Opponents 


6 








146 


365 


.400 


46 


124 


.371 


79 


113 


.699 


72 


138 


210 


35.0 


126 


. 


85 


93 


23 


43 


417 


69.5 


iVCi4 Tournament Statistics 

/-TOTU-/ 


/-- 


3-PTS 


-/ 








/ 


-REBOUNDS-/ 


















## Player 


CP 


GS 


\lin 


Avs 


FG 


FGA 


Pet 


3FG 


FGA 


Pel 


FT 


FTA 


Pet 


Off 


Def 


Tot 


Avs 


PF 


FO 


A 


TO 


BIk 


StI 


Pis 


Avs 


03 Dixon, Juan 


16 


16 


548 


34.2 


109 


239 


.456 


40 


104 


.385 


76 


84 


,905 


26 


59 


85 


5.3 


34 





41 


43 





44 


334 


20,9 


35 Baxter, Lonny 


16 


16 


458 


28.6 


93 


167 


.557 





1 


.000 


68 


113 


,602 


37 


91 


128 


8.0 


51 


2 


12 


32 


35 


18 


254 


15,9 


01 Mouton, B\Ton 


16 


16 


467 


29.2 


84 


159 


.528 


8 


31 


.258 


44 


56 


,786 


38 


42 


80 


5.0 


38 





42 


24 


1 


11 


220 


13,8 


54 Wilcox, Chris 


16 


16 


386 


24.1 


82 


158 


.519 








.000 


48 


77 


,623 


48 


77 


125 


7.8 


49 





29 


20 


26 


17 


212 


13,3 


25 Blake. Steve 


16 


16 


506 


31.6 


43 


104 


,413 


19 


52 


.365 


29 


33 


,879 


9 


48 


57 


3,6 


33 


1 


141 


49 


6 


21 


134 


8.4 


12 Nicholas, Drew 


16 





327 


20.4 


39 


74 


,527 


21 


42 


.500 


24 


28 


.857 


3 


32 


35 


2,2 


23 





45 


14 


5 


7 


123 


7.7 


45 Holden, Tahj 


16 





268 


16.8 


17 


50 


,340 


5 


11 


.455 


29 


35 


.829 


10 


31 


41 


2,6 


40 





13 


13 


9 


6 


68 


4.3 


33 Randle, Rvan 


16 





154 


9.6 


30 


53 


.566 








,000 


5 


13 


.385 


18 


33 


51 


3,2 


29 





4 


8 


7 


10 


65 


4.1 


05 McCall, Calvin 


8 





23 


2.9 


5 


6 


.833 


2 


3 


.667 


1 


2 


,500 





3 


3 


0.4 


3 








2 





1 


13 


1.6 


10 Collins, .Andre 


13 





35 


2.7 


6 


10 


.600 


3 


6 


,500 


5 


7 


,714 





6 


6 


0.5 


3 





8 


7 








20 


1.5 


04 Badu, Earl 


6 





10 


1.7 


1 


1 


1.000 








.000 








,000 





2 


2 


0.3 








5 


1 








2 


0.3 


21 Grinnon, Mike 


10 





18 


1,8 


1 


3 


.333 


1 


2 


.500 








,000 


1 





1 


0.1 


1 





2 


2 





1 


3 


0.3 


TM TEAM 




























25 


31 


56 


3.5 









2 










Total 


16 








510 


1024 


.498 


99 


252 


.393 


329 


448 


.734 


215 


455 


670 


41.9 


304 


3 


342 


217 


89 


136 


1448 


90.5 


Opponents 


16 








445 


1058 


.421 


109 


331 


.329 


234 


352 


.665 


232 


358 


590 


36.9 


343 


. 


240 


238 


63 


108 


1233 


77.1 




CONSECUTIVE MCAA TGURIMAMEIVrS • SWEET SIXTEEIV IIV SIX OF THE LAST IVIIME YEARS • TWO COIXJSECUTIVE FIIVAL FOURS • E5 WIIXIS IIV FOUR STRAI6HT YEARS 



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Team (lame-By-Game Statistics 




THAMS 



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3PM-:m 



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I'CT 



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\Sr III lilA STL ISTH2M)II UT FINAL 



Arizona 

TS. Maryland i2/3| 


29-66 
28-71 


.439 
.394 


6-18 
7-27 


.333 
.259 


7-10 
4-12 


,700 
.333 


17-29 
18-22 


46 
40 


12-0 
15-0 


12 
20 


16 
11 


4 
4 


6 
10 


33 
33 


38 
34 


71 
67 


Temple |I()/I7| 
\s. Mar>laii(l |2/:!| 


2(i-liH 
2()-44 


:«12 

.591 


!l-2li 
12-19 


346 
.632 


13-18 
18-28 


,722 
.<i43 


13-21 
5-31 


34 
36 


20-2 
130 


7 
20 


9 
18 



5 


12 



32 
39 


42 
43 


74 
82 


American 

at Maryland 12/61 


18-63 
32-78 


.286 
.410 


3-19 
6-22 


.158 
.273 


14-18 
13-23 


.778 
.565 


14-29 
23-35 


43 
58 


19-1 
15-0 


6 
22 


16 
10 


7 
8 


5 
10 


23 
48 


30 
35 


53 
83 


Deliitt^ire Sl.ile 
al Mar\lan(l |(i/r>| 


i!i-(iri 

2tl-(il 


,292 
.475 


4-22 
3-10 


.182 
.300 


11-16 
16-31 


,688 
.516 


16-20 
22-32 


36 
54 


22-1 
140 


14 
19 


12 
15 


1 
8 


4 


21 
37 


32 
40 


53 
77 


llllnuls |2/2| 

at Maryland |5/4| 


22-60 
29-63 


.367 
.460 


5-18 
6-16 


.278 
.375 


14-20 
12-24 


.700 
.500 


1.5-27 
12-26 


42 
38 


22-1 
19-2 


11 
18 


15 
10 


3 
10 


5 
6 


29 
41 


34 
35 


63 
76 


rrineeliin 

ts. Martiiind |r>/-)| 


i8-:>o 


.413 
.360 


4-12 
3-11 


.333 
.273 


11-12 
22-33 


,917 
.(i(i7 


7-23 
16-20 


30 
36 


23-0 
15-0 


15 
12 


18 
16 


6 


9 


36 
23 


17 
38 


53 
61 


Coniieellrul 

vs. iVlanland |3/2| 


24-69 
27-62 


.348 
.435 


3-9 
3-16 


.333 
.188 


14-17 
20-27 


,824 
.741 


22-26 
13-25 


48 
,38 


20-(l 
17-1 


10 
15 


21 
15 


2 
9 


9 
10 


34 
36 


31 
41 


65 
77 


l)eln)il 

al Maryland p/2| 


20-63 
30-56 


.308 
.536 


5-19 
2-9 


.263 
.222 


9-14 
17-24 


,643 
.708 


1.5-21 
10-32 


36 
42 


2,3-1 
15-0 


8 
18 


16 
18 


4 
8 


10 
10 


23 
40 


31 
39 


54 
79 


Monmouth 

at Maryland |3/2| 


22-59 
31-59 


.373 
.525 


5-15 
6-16 


.333 
.375 


6-12 
23-30 


.500 
.767 


10-19 
1,3-33 


29 
46 


21-0 
17-0 


14 
19 


18 
13 


3 
5 


6 
9 


37 
46 


18 
45 


55 
91 


alOkliiliiiniii 122/21 1 
Maryland |2/2| 


27-67 
22-57 


403 
.386 


4-19 
3-19 


.211 
.158 


14-22 
9-12 


,636 
.750 


1 5-29 
9-27 


44 
36 


14-0 
17-0 


15 
14 


II 
21 


1 

4 


13 
7 


36 
34 


36 
22 


72 
56 


William & Mai'y 
at Maryland |8/6| 


30-71 
34-70 


.423 
.486 


9-35 
13-24 


.257 
..542 


6-11 
22-31 


.545 
.710 


14-32 
10-31 


46 
41 


23-0 
17-0 


17 
28 


17 
11 


1 
9 


6 
12 


35 
50 


40 
53 


75 
103 


at MC Slale 
Maryland |8/ti| 


211-67 
17-42 


299 
.405 


3-20 
3-10 


150 
.300 


22-32 
35-49 


,68H 
.714 


18-24 
7-35 


42 
42 


30-0 
27-1 


11 
9 


13 
19 


3 
5 


6 
8 


28 
32 


37 
40 


65 
72 


Norfolk Slale 
at Maryland |8/6| 


26-73 
38-73 


.356 
.521 


2-12 
8-17 


.167 
.471 


15-22 
8-11 


,682 
.727 


20-26 
13-29 


46 
42 


12-0 
17-0 


6 
26 


18 
11 


7 
15 


6 
7 


28 
45 


41 
47 


69 
92 


Norlli Caniliii.i 
at Maryland |4/4| 


:!2-l)H 
44-76 


471 
.579 


10-22 
13-23 


,455 
.565 


5-7 
11-17 


,714 
.()47 


10-21 
15-28 


31 
43 


14-0 
1.3-0 


24 
32 


25 
18 


4 
8 


9 
19 


37 
57 


42 
55 


79 
112 


at Georgia Tech 
Maryland |4/4| 


27-58 
28-54 


.466 
.519 


8-20 
7-17 


,400 
.412 


25-40 
29-37 


,625 
.784 


8-22 
7-34 


30 
41 


25-0 
28-1 


17 
21 


11 
14 


2 
2 


9 
5 


35 
48 


52 
44 


87 
92 


aU)uke|l/l] 
Manland |3/:i| 


36-70 
29-63 


.514 
.460 


5-15 
2-10 


.333 
.200 


22-27 
18-29 


,815 
.621 


12-21 
18-25 


33 
43 


21-0 
21-1 


16 
18 


9 
21 


4 
5 


14 
5 


48 
49 


51 
29 


99 
78 


Clcmson 

at Manland |3/3| 


31-69 
33-72 


.449 
.458 


15-28 
1 1-26 


.536 
.423 


13-23 
22-36 


,565 
.611 


19-31 
16-24 


50 
40 


27-2 
18-0 


16 
27 


16 
6 


6 
8 


1 
8 


48 
52 


42 
47 


90 
99 


al Wake KiirrsI |2l/lli| 
Maryland |:!/3| 


24-l)(l 
2«-54 


40(1 
.519 


5-15 
7-13 


.333 
.538 


10-17 
22-26 


,588 
.846 


18-19 
10-22 


37 
32 


21-0 
17-0 


12 
16 


17 
10 


4 
4 


3 

to 


30 
36 


33 
49 


(i3 
85 


Florida State 
at Maryland p/3| 


25-67 
35-78 


.373 
.449 


2-12 
5-16 


.167 
.313 


11-18 
9-14 


.611 
.643 


18-27 
20-29 


45 
49 


16-0 
17-0 


11 
23 


17 
10 


8 

7 


5 
16 


33 
39 


30 
45 


63 
84 


al Virginia IIIAII 
Manland |3/3| 


2K-ii(; 

31-66 


421 
.470 


K-19 
4-9 


421 
.444 


23-31 
25-26 


742 
.962 


15-19 
16-29 


34 
45 


22-0 
20-0 


17 
14 


8 
12 


5 
5 


6 
3 


4(i 
44 


41 
47 


87 
91 


NC Slate 

at Maryland |3/3| 


25-50 
28-55 


.500 
.509 


9-24 
7-14 


.375 
.500 


14-17 
26-36 


.824 
.722 


6-17 
14-20 


23 
34 


25-1 
18-0 


15 
21 


21 
16 


4 
2 


6 
9 


38 
41 


35 
49 


73 
89 


al Niirlh CarDliiia 
Maryland |3/:t| 


3(1-116 
32-69 


,455 
.464 


5-18 
8-16 


.222 
.500 


13-24 
20-28 


542 
.714 


1 2-25 
15-32 


37 
47 


23-1 
22-0 


17 
20 


13 


4 
4 


7 
7 


30 
47 


47 
45 


77 
92 


Georgia Tech 
at Maryland 13/3) 


23-65 
31-66 


.354 
.470 


8-26 
2-17 


.308 
.118 


11-19 
21-30 


.579 
.700 


16-18 
22-31 


34 
53 


25-0 
16-0 


11 
17 


17 
18 


5 
8 


8 
10 


38 
44 


27 
41 


65 
85 


Duke 1 1/1 1 

at Maryland |3/3| 


27-75 
32-68 


36(1 
.471 


7-33 
2-9 


.212 
.222 


12-24 
21-26 


.500 
.808 


19-26 
11-36 


45 
47 


20-1 
20-0 


17 
22 


18 
13 


4 
5 


5 
9 


29 
38 


44 
49 


73 
87 


at Clemson 
Maryland |2/2| 


27-72 
30-65 


.375 
.462 


5-18 
7-18 


.278 
.389 


9-15 
17-24 


.600 
.708 


19-23 
16-29 


42 
45 


18-0 
15-0 


14 
22 


10 
9 


t 
7 


7 
7 


35 
31 


33 
53 


68 
84 


\\akeKiin>l|2(l/21| 
al Maryland |2/2| 


34-71 
35-64 


.479 
.547 


9-25 
5-24 


,360 
.208 


13-17 
15-23 


,706 
.652 


12-27 
9-30 


39 
39 


1841 
16-0 


15 
27 


13 
16 


1 
5 


9 
6 


56 
46 


33 
44 


89 
90 


at Florida State 
Maryland |2/2| 


24-70 
37-67 


.,343 
.552 


3-14 
9-16 


.214 
.563 


12-16 
1.3-17 


.750 
.765 


17-24 
6-29 


41 
35 


15-0 
17-0 


9 
28 


18 
12 


4 
6 


7 
10 


29 
48 


34 
48 


63 
96 


Virginia 

at Maryland |2/2| 


32-64 
40-65 


50(1 
.615 


8-22 
7-14 


364 
.500 


20-25 
25-30 


,800 
.833 


13-14 
1,3-22 


27 
35 


23-0 
19-0 


18 
25 


12 
12 


4 
8 


li 
4 


36 
43 


56 
69 


92 
112 


Florida State 

vs. Manland |2/2| 


18-60 
30-62 


.300 
.484 


2-11 
5-15 


.182 
.333 


21-27 
20-22 


.778 
.909 


21-18 
16-24 


39 
40 


21-1 
19-0 


7 
19 


19 
14 


3 
6 


9 
11 


28 
40 


31 
45 


59 
85 


NC Slale 

ys. >lanland |2/2| 


29-49 
29-61 


,592 
.475 


11-27 
4-14 


.407 
.286 


I7-2H 
20-23 


(107 
.870 


5-23 
11-20 


28 
31 


20-0 
22-1 


22 
20 


18 
13 



2 


7 
11 


40 
38 


46 
44 


86 
82 


Siena 

vs. Maryland 14/41 


26-64 
32-65 


.406 
.492 


8-22 
10-22 


.364 
.455 


10-10 
11-14 


1.000 
.786 


11-23 
12-27 


34 
39 


17 
14 


17 
25 


16 
16 


3 
5 


9 
8 


38 
52 


32 
33 


70 
85 


Uiscdnsin 

ys. Manland |4/4| 


21-59 
32-62 


.356 
.516 


5-19 
8-16 


263 
.500 


10-14 
15-18 


,714 
.833 


12-20 
13-28 


32 
41 


19 
14 


11 
17 


14 
10 


4 
5 


6 
9 


30 
38 


27 
49 


57 
87 


Kentucky 116/151 
vs. Manland |4/4| 


25-62 
26-59 


.403 
.441 


7-20 
5-16 


.350 
.313 


11-17 
21-24 


.647 
.875 


12-26 
10-26 


38 
36 


20 
16 


14 
17 


17 
14 


5 

1 


9 
7 


33 
39 


35 
39 


68 
78 


Connei'lirMl |ll)/i:t| 
ys. Manland |4/4| 


25-55 
27-53 


455 
.509 


7-17 
5-9 


,412 
.556 


25-34 
31-35 


735 
.886 


14-17 
10-23 


31 
33 


23 
23 


12 
14 


14 
13 


2 


3 
7 


37 
44 


45 
46 


82 
90 


Kansas |2/2| 

vs. Manland |4/4| 


29-67 
32-70 


.433 
.457 


9-23 
7-21 


.391 
.333 


21-31 
26-35 


.677 
.743 


14-30 
13-27 


44 
40 


27 
24 


22 
18 


16 
13 


3 
9 


6 

7 


37 
44 


51 
53 


88 
97 


liuliaiia 

vs. Manland |4/4| 


20-5!) 
21-48 


.345 
.438 


10-23 
2-9 


,435 
.222 


2-7 
20-28 


.286 
.714 


9-22 
9-33 


31 
42 


20 
13 


9 
11 


16 
16 


3 
6 


10 
12 


25 
31 


27 
33 


52 
64 





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2001-02 Team Superlatives 



• ne 11 MiinlHiid record: 
+ tied Miinliind record 







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OPPO\E\TIM» 


I'oiiils. Uanip 


112 
112 


vs. Virsitiia. 3-;!-()2 

vs. \(irlh CaroliiKi, 1-9-02 


56 


al likl.ihoma. 12-21-01 


99 


alDukc, 1-17-02 


52 


vs. Indiana, 4-1-02 


Polnls. Isl Half 


57 


vs. Niirlh Carxilinii. 1-9-02 


23 


vs. Princeton. 12-2-01 


56 


Wake h'orcsl. 2-24-02 


21 


Delaware State, 11-24-01 


Poinls. 2iiil Half 


69 


vs. \iisinia. 3-,'!-02 


')'} 


al Oklahoma. 12-21-01 


56 


Virginia. 3-3-02 


17 


vs. Princeton. 12-2-01 


Sdiiiiif; M.iiKin 


+36 


vs. Monmouth (91-551. 12-11-01 


-16 


aldklahoma. 12-21-01 










I'Irld GiiaiN Made 


44 


vs. Norlh Carolinjj. 1-9-02 


17 


al restate. 12-30-01 


36 


at Duke. 1-17-02 


18 


vs. Florida Slate. 3-8-02 
American. 11-17-01 


Held Goals All. 


78 


vs. Florida Slale. 1-26-02 
vs. \morican. 11-17-01 


42 


alNC Slate, 12-30-01 


75 


vs. Duke. 2-17-02 


46 


\s. Princeton. 12-2-01 


Field Coal Pel. 


.615 


\s, \iirsiriia (40-65). 3-3-02 


,360 


vs. Princeton (18-60). 12-2-01 


.592 


vs. NC Slate (29-49). 3-9-02 


.286 


.American (18-63). 11-17-01 



3-Pl. Field Goals Made 



\s \iMlli Carolina, 1-9-02 
\N \\illi,iin&\larv, 12-27-01 



2 five times 



15 Clemsiin, 1-20-02 



Florida Stale, 3-8-02 
Florida State, 1-26-02 
Norfolk Slale, 1-3-02 



3-Pt. I'irld Goals Mt. 


27 


vs. Arizona, 11-8-01 


9 


five times 


35 


William XMarv. 12-27-01 


9 


\s Coniu-clicul. 12-3-01 


3-Pt. Field Coal Pel. 


.632 


vs. Temple (12-19) 


.118 


vs. Ga. Tech (2-17). 2-13-02 


.536 


Ciemson (15-28). 1-20-02 


1 5(1 


aiNC Stale (3-20). 12-30-01 


Free Throws Made 


35 


at N(] Stale, 12-30-01 


4 


vs. Arizona. 11-8-01 


25 


vs. Conneclicul. 3-24-02 
al Gcorsia Tech. 1-13-02 


2 


Indiana. 4-1-02 


Free Throns \ll. 


49 


at m: Slat, . 12-30-01 


11 


vs. Norfolk State. 1-3-02 


4(1 


al Ccorsia Tech. 1-13-02 


7 


North Carolina. 1-9-02 


Free Throw Pel. 
OHeiishe Kehoiinds 


.962 
23 


at\irsini.' |25-26). 1-31-02 
\s, Vmcrican, 11-17-01 


.333 
5 


vs. Arizona (4-12). 11-8-01 
vs. Temple. 11-9-01 


1.000 
22 


vs. Siena (10-10). 3-1.5-02 
vs. Conneclicul. 12-3-01 


.286 
7 


Indiana (2-7). 4-1-02 
vs. Prince(on. 12-2-01 


Defensive Kehoiiiuls 


35 


nl M: Slate. 12-30-01 
\s, American. 11-17-01 


20 


vs. Princeton. 12-2-01 


32 


Willlara&Majy. 12-27-01 


19 


al Virginia. 1-31-02 
al Wake Foresl. 1-23-02 
Monmoulh, 12-11-01 


Total Rebounds 


58 


vs. American. 1 1-17-01 


31 


vs. NC State. 3-9-02 


50 


Ciemson. 1-20-02 


23 


NC Slate, 2-3-02 


Rebonnd ^largin 


■I-19 


vs. Ci-orKia Tech (53-341. 2-13-02 


-10 


vs. Ciemson (40-50). 1-20-02 
vs. Connecticut (38-48). 12-3-01 










Assists 


32 


vs. North Carolina. 1-9-02 


9 


at NC State. 12-30-01 


24 


North Camlina, 1-9-02 


6 


Norfolk Slale, 1-3-02 
American, 11-17-01 


■Hirnovers 


21 


at Duke. 1-17-02 

al Oklahoma, 12-21-01 


6 


vs. Ciemson. 1-20-02 


25 


North t:arolina. 1-9-02 


8 


alMrginia, 1-31-02 


Blocked Shots 


15 


vs. Norfolk Slate, 1-3-02 


1 


vs. Kentucky, 3-22-02 


8 


Florida Slale. 1-26-02 






vs. NC State. 3-9-02 
vs. Temple. 11-9-01 


Steals 


19 


vs. North Carolina. 1-9-02 





vs. Temple. 11-9-01 


14 


at Duke. 1-17-02 


1 


Ciemson. 1-20-02 


Personal Fouls 


28 


at Georgia Tech, 1-13-02 


13 


Ihree limes 


30 


alNC Stale. 12-.30-01 'i^mi 


12 


Norfolk Stale. 1-3-02 



vs. .\rizona. 1 1-8-01 



2001-02 Individual Superlatives 



* neii Mar)land record: 
+ //(•(/ Uiin/.inif record 





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Points. Came 


33 Juan Dixon \s, Kansas, 3-30-02 


32 


CaronBuUriCoiiiKriicut. 3-24-02 


Piiiiils. Isi Half 


20 ,luan llivin vs, Norlh Carolina. l-f)-02 


22 


Craig Dausou. \s Wake Forest. 2-24-02 


Poinls. 2nd Hair 


16 .luaii Dixon \s, NC Slate. 2-13-02 


26 


Carol! Butler, Conneclicul. 3-24-02 



Field Goals Made 



1 1 l.onnv liavler vs, Uakc Foresl. 2-24-02 
1 1 Juan Dixon vs. North Carolina, 1-9-02 
1 1 Lonriy Baxter vs, ,\nierican. 1 1-17-01 



13 Jason Williams, al Duke. 1-17-02 



Field (loals 
Field (,oai I 



\lt<'mpled 
'cl. 1 5, 111.) 



20 l.onnv Baxter vy. Amei'ican. 11-17-0 1 



23 Jason Williams, al Duke. 1-17-02 



Held Goal I'd, (mall.) 



■889 Chiis Wilcox (8-9) vs. Mrginia. 3-3-02 



3-PI. Field Goals Made 



.800 Lonnv Baxter (8-10) vs, Conneclicul. 12-3-01 



1.000 Zeb Cope (7-7). William & Mary. 12-27-01 



Juan Dixon \s. Kansas, ,3-30-02 
.loan Dixon vs, Siena. 3-15-02 
Juan Dixon vs, NC Slale, 2-3-02 
Juan Dixon al I'.eorgia Tech, 1-13-02 
Juan Dixon \s, \ortli Carolina, l-!l-02 
Juan Dixon \s. Temple, 1 1-9-01 
Juan Dixon \s, Arizona. 1 1-8-01 



.769 Craia Dawson (10-13). vs. Wake Foresl. 2-24-02 



7 Craig Dawson, vs. Wake Foresl. 2-24-02 



3-Pl. Field Goals Atlenipted 


11 


JuauDixonvs, Kansas, 3-30-02 


13 


T(mv Stockman. Ciemson. 1-20-02 


3-PI. Field Goal Pel 
3-Pl. Field Goal Pel 


(3 an.) 
(5att.) 


.800 
.800 


Slc\e Blake (4-5) \s. Temple, 1 1-9-01 
Sle\e Blake (4-5) vs, IVmplc. 1 1-9-01 


,667 
.778 


Cody Carbaugh (2-3). William & Mary. 12-27-01 
\hmcd Ki-Nokaii (2-3). \s, Princelon. 12-2-01 
Scan llarringlon (2-3). lllimiis, 1 1-27-01 
Craig Dawson (7-9). vs. Wake Foresl. 2-24-02 


Free Throws Made 




15 


l.onnv Baxlervs, Conneclicul. 3-24-02 


11 


Caron Butler. Conneclicul. 3-24-02 


Free Throws Mlenipted 


18 


l.onn\ Baxter \s, ConncctieuC 3-24-02 


14 


Caron BuUcr. Conneclicul. 3-24-02 


Free Throw Pel. (4 all.) 


1 .000 


Juan DLxon (9-9) vs, Prtncelon. 12-2-01 


1.000 


Carlos Boozer (8-8). al Duke. 1-17-02 


Free Throw Pel. (10 all.) 


.917 


Bvron Moulon ( 1 1-12), al Mrginia, 1-31-02 


.727 


Anthony Grundy (8-11). al NC Slate. 12-30-01 


Rebounds 




14 


Lonnv Baxter vs, Indiana, 4-1-02 
Chris Wilcox \s. Ciemson. 1-20-02 


18 


Michael Boyd. Norfolk Slale. 1-3-02 


\ssisls 




14 


Sieve Blake vs. North Camlina. i-9-02 


10 


.Aaron Miles. Kansas. 3-30-02 


Blocked Shots 




6 


J'ahjllolilen vs. Dclixiil. 12-9-01 


3 


b\ six players 


Steals 




8 


Juan Dixon vs, Floi'ida Slate, 1-26-02 
Juan Dixon vs. North Carolina. 1-9-02 


7 


Mike Dunlcavy. at Duke. 1-17-02 


Minutes 




39 


Juan Dixon vs. NC Stale. 3-9-02 
Steve Blake vs. Arizona. 11-8-01 


40 


by five players 




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IMIIME CONSECUTIVE NCAA TOURNAMEIVrS • SWEET SIXTEEN IN SIX OF THE LAST NINE YEARS • TWO CONSECUTIVE FINAL FOURS • 25 WINS IN FOUR STRAIEHT YEARS 









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2001-02 Miscellaneous Statistics 







Individual Performances 


Terrapin Tendencies 












poms 






Manland*s Record 


Oirrall 


\cc 


Manland's Record Overall ACC 










Overall Record 


32-4 


15-1 


In Xovember 


4-1 0-0 






Placer 


Points 


Opponent 


Home 


15-0 


8-0 


In Uecember 


6-1 1-0 






Juan Dl\on 


33 


vs, Kansas, 3-30-02 


Road 


7-2 


7-1 


In Januarv 


7-1 6-1 






Lonny Baxter 


29 


vs. Conneclicut. 3-24-02 


Xeulral 


10-2 


0-0 


In Februarv 


7-0 7-0 






Juan DL\on 
Juan DLxon 


29 
29 


vs. Wisconsin. 3-17-02 
vs. Siena. 3-15-02 


Leiidiiiii Jit the half 
Trunin;: ,il (he halt 


28-1 
4-2 


12-t 
.3-0 


In \Iarch/\priI 

Manland Top Scorer llncludes lies) 








Juan DLxon 


29 


\orth Carolina. 1-9-02 


Tied ,11 Ihe hall 


0-1 


0-0 


Juan llixon 


23 11 






Juan r>i\on 


27 


NC Stale. 2-3-02 


l-eadlniivvilh 5 00 lo plav 


27-1 


12-0 


Lonnv Bavler 


9 3 






Juan DLvon 


26 


at Ceoraia Tech. 1-1,3-02 


TrailiriEvvjih 3:0010 plav 


3-3 


3-1 


BvTTin Moulon 


2 1 






Juan l)L\on 


25 


al riorida Stale, 2-27-02 


Red with 3:00 10 plav 


0-0 


0-0 


Chris Wilcox 


2 1 






Lonny Baxter 


25 


Wake Forest, 2-24-02 








Steve Blake 


2 1 






Juan Dixon 


25 


Klorida Stale, 1-26-02 


In ovenime 


0-0 


0-0 


Marvland Top Robounder (Includes lies) 








Lonny Baxter 


25 


American, 1 1-17-01 




13-0 


7-0 


Chris V\ ilcov 


13 7 






Juan Dixon 


25 


Illinois, 11-27-01 


Slii..iliiit: hel.nv 30% 


19-4 


8-1 


BvTon Moulon 


4 1 






Juan Dixon 
REBOimS 


25 


v«. Temple, 11-9-01 


Shoiilmi: 40",. or bellcr 


31-2 


15-1 


Steve Blake 
Juan DLxon 
iahi Holden 


3 2 




Shoolins helovv 40% 


1-2 


0-0 


3 2 
1 






Player 


Rebounds 


Opponent 




2-2 


?-1 




1 






Lonny Baxter 


14 


vs. Indiana. 4-1-02 


Opponcnl shooting beloft 30% 


30-2 


13-0 


Maiyland Ibp \s8lst Player (includes ties) 








Chris W ilcox 


H 


Ciemson. 1-20-02 


Opponent shooling A0% or better 


13-4 


9-1 


Steve Blake 


31 15 






Chris Wilcox 


13 


Monmoulh. 12-11-01 


opponent shooting below 40'H. 


17-0 


6-0 


Juan Dixon 


4 1 






Lonn\ Baxter 


12 


at Ciemson. 2-''0-02 








BvTvtn Mi)ut()n 


1 1 








12 


Georgia Tech, 2-1 3-02 


Shoot higher FG% than opponent 


31-0 


154) 


Drew Xicholas 


1 






Chris W iii o\ 


12 


at NC Stale, 12-30-01 


Shoot lower FG% than opponent 
FC% is even 


1-4 
0-0 


0-1 
0-0 


lahi Holden 


1 






Lonnx Baxler 


12 


vs, Princeton, 12-2-01 








Field Goal Pel. (36/16) ,482 


.498 






Lonn\ Baxter 


12 


Delaware State. 11-24-01 


Shonline more field goal allempls 


14-2 


7-0 


Home (15/81 (501-1004)499 


(278-3441.311 






ASSISTS 






Slioiilinii fewer field goat allempts 


13-2 


7-1 


Road (9/8) (234-5371 473 


1232-4801 483 










HeM iiodi allempis are even 


3-0 


1-0 


Neutral (12) (328-7071 464 









Player 


Assists 


Ojjponent 
















Steve Blake 


M 


North Carolina, 1-9-02 


Shoolinfi more free throws 


27-2 


12-1 


3-Pl. Held Goal Pel. (36/16) .374 


.393 






Steve Blake 


13 


Wake Forest. 2-24-02 


Shooting fewer free throws 


5-2 


3-0 


Home (13/81 (96-2571.374 


(52-143) 364 






Steve Blake 


13 


Duke, 2-17-02 


Free throws are even 


0-0 


0-0 


Road (9/81 (30-1281 ,!'ll 


147-1091 .431 






Steve Blake 


13 


Ciemson, 1-20-02 








Neutral (12) (7M93| iOL 









Steve Blake 


12 


at Florida State, 2-27-02 


Oulrebounfling opponent 


21-2 


10-1 










Steve Blake 


11 


vs. Kansas. 3-30-02 


oiiirelHiiiiKieij h\ iijiponent 


9-2 
2-0 


3-0 


Free Throw Pel. (36/16) .726 

Home|13«l (261-3861,676 


.734 

(130-212) .708 






Steve Blake 


11 


vs. Siena, 3-15-02 








Road (9/81 (188-2481738 


(179-2361.758 






Steve Blake 


11 


\?, NC State, 3-9-02 


More turnovers than opponent 


8-2 


5-1 


Neutral (121 (228-2991763 








STEiLS 






Fewer turnovers than opponent 


21-2 


9-0 














Turnovers ar^ even 


3-0 


1-0 


Points Per Game (36/16) 85.0 


90.3 






Plajer 


Steals 


Opponent 








Homrll3/Hl (1359190.6 


(7581 94,8 






Juan DLxon 


8 


Florida State. 1-26-02 


More fouls than opponent 
Fewer fouls than opponent 


4-3 
26-0 


3-0 
11-0 


Road (9/81 (7461 82,9 
Xeulral (12) (955179,6 


(6901 86,2 




Juan Dixon 


8 


North CaroMna. 1-9-02 








BLOChED SHOTS 






Fouls are even 


2-1 


1-1 


Maryland's Largest ... 








Player 


Blocks 


Opponent 


Zem Xlarvtanri plavers t<)Ut out 


27-2 


13-0 


Lead 








Tiihi Holden 


6 


Detroit, 12-9-01 


1+ Marvland plavers lout oul 


3-2 


2-1 


Oiera/f: 39 ttwice. 1110-61 and 102-63 vs. t>NC. 1-9-02) 






Chris Wilcox 


5 


Florida Stale. 1-26-02 








ICC 39 (tvvlce. 10t)-6I and 102-63 vs, tX^C. 1-IM)2 








Tahi Holden 


5 


Norfolk Stale. 1-3-02 


Scoring more bench points 


23-2 


8-1 


DeOcit 








Rvan Ranrile 
DOIBLE-DOIBLES 


5 


Norfolk Stale. 1-3-02 


Scoring fewer bench points 
Bench scoring is even 


8-2 
1-0 


0-0 


OieraH.-21 (99-78 at Duke. Onat score. 1-17-02) 
ACC.-21 (99-78 al Duke, final score, 1-17412) 








Plaver 


Breakdonn 


Opponent 


(iames decided bv three or less 


1-0 


1-0 


Marsin of Melon 










26 pis. lOrehs 
25 pis, 1 1 rebs 


at Ga. Tech 1-13-02 


(James decided bv four to eight 


6-2 


3-0 


Oier,i/;;,tii |!(l-,>,.vs Vlonmoulh, 12-11-01) 








Juan Dixon 


Florida State. 1-26-02 


Gauies decided bv nine to 1 1 
llames decided bv 12-19 


3-0 
8-1 


1-0 
4-0 


U.r;,- 1,1 ( 1 ll'-i;!l \s Xorlh Camlina, 1-9-02: 96-63 at Florida 






Lonnv Baxter 


2-1 pts. 10 rebs 


vs. Connecticut, 12-3-01 




14-1 


6-1 










Chris Wilcox 


23 pts. 1 1 rebs 


Duke, 2-17-02 








Marein of Defeat 








Lonnv Baxter 


22pts, 10 rebs 


Georgia Tech, 2-13-02 


vs fop 10 ranked opponent 


5-1 


2-1 


Oieral/: 21 (99-78 al Duke. 1-17-02) 








Steve Blake 


21 pis, 11 assis 


vs, NC Slate, 3-9-02 


vs Top 23 ranked opponent 


9-2 


4-1 










Chris W ilcox 


21 pis, 11 ivbs 


\ii-glnia, 3-3-02 


vs I nranked opponent 


23-2 


10-0 


llainime Lead 




5Si-a>i 


Lonnv Baxter 


19 pis, 12 rebs 


vs, Princeton, 12-2-01 


vs. Team with winning record 


20-3 


9-1 


Oiera//: 23 (48-23 vs Vraerican. 11-17-011 




iiOi' 


Lonnv Baxter 
Lonnv Baxter 


18 pis, 12 rebs 
16 pis, IOr<>bs 


Delaware St,, 11-24-01 
alNo. Carolina, 2-10-02 


vs. Team with .oOO record 
vs. Team with losing record 


0-1 
12-0 


0-0 
6-0 


\CC: 20 (37-37 vs XorOl Carolina. 1-9-02) 
llainime Dendl 




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Chris Wilrox 


16 pis, in rebs 


Delaware St,, 1 1-24-01 


Plaver scores 30+ points 
Plaver scores 20+ points 


1-0 


0-0 


Oieraff: 13 (36-23 vs. Princeton. 12-24)1) 




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Lonnv Baxter 


15 pts, 14 rebs 


vs, Indiana, 4-1-02 


22-3 


1,3-1 


ACC: 10 (36-46 vs Wake Forest. 2-2-1-021 




Steve Blake 


15 pis. lOassts 


Virginia. 3-3-02 


Terps score 60+ points 


32-3 


15-1 






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Chris Wilcox 


13 pis, 10 rebs 


Florida Stale, 1-26-02 


Terps score 70+ points 


30-2 


15-1 


Oieraff: 14,300/sellout 111 times) 




B 


Lonnv Baxter 


14 pis, 10 rebs 


alMrsinia, 1-31-02 


Terps score 80+ points 


24-1 


14-0 


\CC: 14,300/sellout (8 times) 




Z 


Chris Wilcox 


14 pis, 12 rebs 


Georgia Tech. 2-13-02 


Terps score 90+ points 


13-0 


8-0 


Road Croud 

Oterall: 18.731 tat Xorlh Carolina, 2-10-02) 

ACC: 18,731 |al Xorlh Caiviiina, 2-10-02) 

Xeulral Crond 

OieraH; 33 406 (vs Indiana. XCXA champlonshii 

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Lonnv Baxter 
Steve Blake 
Steve Blake 
Lonnv Baxter 
Chris Wilcox 


11 pis. 10 rebs 

12 pis. 10 rebs 
12 pis. I4assls 
11 pis, II as>ls 
10 pis, 12 rebs 
10 pts, 13 rebs 


Duke. 2-17-02 

Wm.&Mary 12-27-01 

North Carolina. 1-9-02 

vs. Siena. 3-15-02 

al Ciemson. 2-20-02 

Monmoulh. 12-1 1-01 


Opp, plaver scores 30+ points 
Opp plaver scores 20+ points 
oppimenls score tiO+ piiinis 
opponenls score 70+ ptiinls 
oppimenls score 8(1+ points 


1-t 
11-3 
23-4 
13-4 

6-2 


0-1 
6-1 
14-1 
8-1 
4-1 


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3 4 3 6 


7 8 9 10 11 12 


13 14 13 16 17 18 IS 2fi 


21 22 23 


24 


25 26 27 2a 28 30 33 36 40 45 30 55 1 




Manland 1 


1 t 


13 2 1 2 


112 2 2 


1 1 1 


1 


11 1 2 2 1 




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ACC Games 
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Rd 


II 


L 


17/ Oiimes 
Pel. 


Hm 


Rd 


Au 


l». W 


Is. J SI 


Last 10 


Manland 


15 


1 


.938 


8-0 


7-1 


32 


4 


.889 


J 5-0 


7-2 


10-2 


9-2 


9-2 


9-1 


Duke 


13 


3 


.813 


8-0 


5-3 


31 


4 


.886 


13-0 


7-3 


11-1 


6-1 


5-1 


8-2 


Wake Forest 


9 


7 


.562 


6-2 


3-5 


21 


13 


.617 


13-3 


5-7 


3-3 


3-10 


3-10 


4-6 


NC State 


9 


7 


.562 


5-3 


4-4 


23 


11 


.676 


14-4 


6-5 


2-2 


4-8 


4-8 


5-5 


\lrsinla 




9 


.438 


5-3 


2-6 


17 


12 


.567 


13-4 


3-7 


1-1 


3-5 


3-5 


3-7 


Georgia Tech 




9 


.438 


4-4 


3-5 


15 


16 


.484 


8-7 


4-6 


3-3 


3-7 


3-7 


7-3 


Nortli Carolina 




12 


.250 


3-5 


1-7 


8 


20 


.286 


6-9 


1-9 


1-2 


1-10 


1-11 


2-8 


Florida State 




12 


.250 


4-4 


0-8 


12 


17 


.414 


10-6 


1-10 


1-1 


2-8 


2-8 


2-8 


Clemson 




12 


.250 


3-5 


1-7 


13 


17 


.433 


8-8 


3-7 


2-2 


2-7 


2-7 


2-8 



ACC Indhidual Leaders 



Scoring 

*tt Plafer-Temii 


a 


C 


f C 3t0 


AT Fts 


li^t 


1. Jason Williams-Dl 


JR 


35 


249 


108 


40 746 


21.3 


2. JuanDlvon-MD 


SR 


36 


231 


92 


41 733 


20.4 


3. Roger Mason. Jr.-\A 


JR 


29 


162 


81 


33 538 


18 6 


4. Carlos Boozer-Dl 


JR 


35 


230 





78 638 


18.2 


5. Darius Sonsaila-ftF 


SR 


34 


204 


6 


93 607 


17.9 


6. Anthonv Crundv-NCS 


SR 


34 


219 


47 


21 606 


17.8 


7 Mike Dunlea\\-Dl 


JR 


35 


218 


88 


81 605 


17,3 


8. Tnn\ Akins-GT 


SR 


31 


1711 


98 


90 528 


17.0 


9. Jason i:apel-lNC 


SR 


25 


119 


39 


12 389 


15.6 


10. Monle Cumminas-FSl 


SR 


28 


159 


13 


03 434 


15.5 


II.Lonn> Bavler-MD 


SR 


33 


193 





47 333 15.2 


12. TYa\is\\alson-\A 


JR 


28 


149 


7 


89 394 


14 1 


13. Kris l.ans-l NC 


SR 


26 


146 





73 365 


14.0 


\4 Chris «illiams-\^ 


SR 


29 


142 


28 


95 407 


14.0 


15 Josh How artl-HF 


JR 


31 


170 


26 


65 431 


139 


16. Jaraar McKnislil-Cl 


SR 


28 


135 


45 


36 351 


12.5 


1 7. Craig Daa^on-ttT 


SR 


34 


150 


100 


21 421 


12.4 


18. Tonv Stockman-Cl 


SO 


28 


114 


80 


35 343 


12.2 


19. Chris HUcov-MD 


SO 


36 


173 





86 432 12.0 


20. Eduaixl Scolt-CL 


JR 


30 


134 


30 


58 356 


11.9 


Rebounding 

*» Pla\er-Team 


a 


6 


OFF 


BEF 


TOT 


lifi/fc 


1. Travis Walson-VA 


JR 


28 


96 


176 


272 


9.7 


2. Rai Henrterson-Cl 


JR 


30 


86 


179 


265 


8.8 


3. Carlos Boozer-Dl 


JR 


35 


119 


184 


303 


8.7 


A. Jason Capt-l-l NC 


SR 


25 


65 


149 


214 


8.6 


5. Lonm Ba\1er-MD 


SR 


35 


80 


208 


288 


8.2 


6. Darius Songaila-WF 


SR 


34 


76 


200 


276 


8.1 


7- Josh Ikmard-WF 


JR 


31 


105 


135 


240 


7.7 


8. Mike liunlean-Dl 


JR 


35 


45 


206 


251 


7.2 


9. Chris Wilrox-MD 


SO 


36 


97 


160 


237 


7.1 


10. Ed Nelsiin-GT 


FR 


31 


79 


136 


215 


6.9 


11. Nigel DLvon-FS 


JR 


28 


94 


86 


180 


6.4 


12. Chris Williams-\A 


SR 


29 


60 


118 


178 


6 1 


13. Chris Hobbs-Cl 


SO 


30 


72 


110 


182 


6,1 


14. KrisLang-lNC 


SR 


26 


43 


114 


157 


6.0 


Id. Anlhon\ Crundx-NCS 


SR 


34 


53 


133 


186 


5.5 


Field Goal Percentage 

## PlaM-r-Team CI 


G 


FG 


FG\ 


Pet 




1. Carlo- ISiiiizer-IH 


JR 


35 


230 


346 


.665 




2. Lonn> Ba\ter-MD 


SR 


33 


193 


334 


.545 




3. Monle Cumniinss-FSl 


SR 


28 


1.59 


301 


.528 




4. Travis \\alson-\A 


JR 


28 


149 


284 


.525 




5. Darius Songaila-WF 


SR 


34 


204 


390 


.523 




6. Josh Hon ard-WF 


JR 


31 


170 


337 


.504 




7- Kris l.ang-l NC 


SR 


26 


146 


291 


.502 




8, Anlhonv (irundv-NCS 


SR 


34 


219 


451 


.486 




9. Mike Dunleau-DL 


JR 


35 


218 


451 


.483 




10. Juan Di\on-MD 


SR 


36 


231 


333 


.469 





Free TTiroii Percentage 

## Plater-Team CI 6 fTW 


rn 


Pel 


1. Juan l)i\on-MD 


SR 36 141 


157 


.898 


2. Roger \lasnn, Jr-VA 


JR 29 133 


151 


.881 


3. Darius Songaila-WF 


SR 34 193 


226 


.854 


4. Tonv Akins-GT 


SR 31 90 


108 


.833 


5. Jason Capel-l NC 


SR 25 112 


136 


824 


6. B>Ton Mouton-MD 


SR 36 99 


129 


.767 


7. Anlhonv Grund\-NCS 


SR 34 121 


158 


.766 


8- Miinle Cummings-KSl 


SR 28 103 


135 


.763 


9. Carlos Boozer-Dl 


JR 35 178 


236 


.754 


10. Julius Hodge-NCS 


FR 33 89 


120 


.742 


3-Point Held Goal Percentage 

## Player-Team CI 6 3FG 


Ki 1 


Pel 




1 


Craig l)attson-\\F 


SR 


34 


100 


227 


.441 


2 


Ton\ \kins-i;T 


SR 


31 


98 


243 


.403 


3 


Archie Miller-NCS 


SR 


34 


72 


181 


.398 


4 


Juan Oi\on-MD 


SR 


36 


92 


232 


.397 


5 


Jason Williams-Dl 


JR 


35 


108 


282 


.383 


6 


Mike Dunlea\\-Dl 


JR 


35 


88 


233 


.378 


7 


Roger Mason. Jr-\A 


JR 


29 


81 


221 


.367 


8 


Tonv Slockman-CF 


SO 


28 


80 


220 


.364 



:i-Point Held Goals Made 

»» Pla\er-Team CI (, 


.ift 


U^G 


1. Tonv \kins-GT 


SR 


31 


98 


3.16 


2 Jason Williams-Dl 


JR 


35 


108 


3.09 


3. Craig Dattson-WT 


SR 


34 


100 


2.94 


4. Tonv Slockman-Cl 


SO 


28 


80 


2.86 


5. Roger Masim. Jr-\A 


JR 


29 


81 


2.79 


6. Juan l)i\an-MD 


SR 


36 


92 


2.56 


7. Mike l)unleaw-Dl 


JR 


35 


88 


2.51 


8. Archie Miller-NCS 


SR 


34 


72 


2.12 


9. Marvin Lewis-GT 


SO 


31 


54 


1.74 


10. Jaraar McKnight-Cl 


SR 


28 


45 


1.61 


Assists 

## Plater-Team 


CI 


C 


Assists 


Are/G 


1. Sieve Blake-MD 


JR 


36 


286 


7.94 


2. Edward Sro!l-Cl 


JR 


30 


238 


7.93 


3. Delvon \rrington-FSl 


SR 


29 


182 


6.28 


4. Chris Duhon-Dl 


SO 


35 


208 


5.94 


5. Tonv \kins-GT 


SR 


31 


176 


5.68 


6. Jason Williaras-Dl 


JR 


35 


187 


5.34 


7. Roger Mason. Jr. -\A 


JR 


29 


119 


4.10 


8. Anlhimv i;rundv-NCS 


SR 


34 


120 


3.53 


9. Broderiikllicks-WF 


SR 


34 


109 


3.21 


10. Adam Boone-INC 


SO 


28 


89 


3.18 


11. Jason Capel-l NC 


SR 


25 


75 


3.00 


t2.JuanDi\on-MD 


SR 


36 


104 


2.89 


13. Craig Daw son-WF 


SR 


34 


97 


2.85 


Archie .Miller-NCS 


SR 


34 


97 


2.85 



issist/lhrnoter Ratio 

## Pla\er-Teani CI 


C 


issl li« Tlira 


<•« 


Kallo 


1. Steve Blake-MD 


JR 


36 


286 7.9 116 


3.2 


2.47 


2. Chris Duhon-Dl 


SO 


35 


208 5 


,9 92 


2.6 


226 


3. Edward Scolt-Cl 


JR 


30 


238 7.9 109 


3.6 


2.18 


4. Tonv \kins-GT 


SR 


31 


176 5 


.7 102 


3.3 


1.73 


5. Delvon \rrlngton-FSl 


SR 


29 


182 6.3 110 


3.8 


1.65 


6. .\nlhonv (;rundv-NCS 


SR 


34 


120 3 


.5 75 


2.2 


1.60 


7. Jason Wllllams-Dl 


JR 


35 


187 5 


.3 131 


3.7 


1.43 


8, Broderick llicks-WF 


SR 


34 


109 3.2 77 


2.3 


1.42 


9, Roger Mason. Jr-\A 


JR 


29 


119 4.1 86 


3.0 


1.38 


10. Adam Boone-INC 


SO 


28 


89 3.2 72 


2.6 


1.24 


Steals 

## Plater-Team 


a 


G 


Sit 


4.S/6 






1. Juan Di\on-MD 


SR 


36 


92 


2.36 






2. Chris Duhon-Dl 


so 


35 


81 


2.31 






3. Mike Dunleav\-Dl 


JR 


35 


80 


2.29 






4, Jason Williams-DL 


JR 


35 


76 


2.17 






5. Delvon \rringIon-FSl 


SR 


29 


61 


2.10 






6. .\nlhonv cirundv-NCS 


SR 


34 


70 


2.06 






7. Tonv \kins-GT 


SR 


31 


59 


1.90 






8. Chris Williams-VA 


SR 


29 


49 


1.69 






9. Joshlloward-WF 


JR 


31 


49 


1.58 






10. Steve Blake-MD 


JR 


36 


36 


1.36 






Blocked Shots 

## Plater-Team 


a 


C 


BIk 


li«/C 






1. Lonnv Ba\ter-MD 


SR 


35 


69 


1.97 






2. Chris nilrovMD 


so 


36 


53 


1.47 






3. Jason Clark-\A 


FR 


28 


39 


1.39 






4. Antvvan Scoll-WF 


SR 


34 


47 


1.38 






5, Kris Lang-INC 


SR 


26 


34 


1.31 






6. Rav Henderson-Cl 


JR 


30 


36 


1.20 






7. Mike Malhews-FSl 


JR 


29 


34 


1.17 






8. Joshlloward-WF 


JR 


31 


30 


0.97 






9. I^hj Hoiden-MD 


JR 


36 


34 


0.94 






10. Trevor Harvev-FSl 


JR 


28 


26 


0.93 






Travis Walson-\A 


JR 


28 


26 


0.93 







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1. Duke 


35 


31-4 


3112 


88.9 


2. Manland 


36 


32-4 


3060 


83.0 


3. Wake Forest 


34 


21-13 


2789 


82.0 


4. Virginia 


29 


17-12 


2308 


79.6 


5. Georgia Tech 


31 


15-16 


2370 


76.5 


6. NC Slalc 


34 


23-11 


2565 


75.4 


7. Clemsun 


30 


13-17 


2257 


75.2 


8. Norlii Carolina 


28 


8-20 


2022 


72.2 


9. Kiorida State 


29 


12-17 


2082 


71.8 


Scoring Defense 

# Team G 


Pts 


4tjg/6 




1 . \C Slate 


34 


2304 


67.8 




2. Duke 


35 


2421 


69.2 




3. IMaoland 


36 


2532 


70.9 




4. Florida Stale 


29 


2145 


74.0 




5. Virginia 


29 


2154 


74.3 




6. Georgia Tech 


31 


2376 


76.6 




7. Clemson 


30 


2305 


76.8 




8. Wake Forest 


34 


2620 


77.1 




9. North Carolina 


28 


2208 


78.9 




Scoring Margin 

# Team C 


OFF 


DEFMargin 


1, Duke 


35 


88.9 


69.2 


+ 19.7 


2. Maoland 


36 


83.0 


70.9 


fl4.1 


3. NC State 


34 


75.4 


67.8 


+7.7 


4. Virginia 


29 


79.6 


74.3 


+5.3 


5. Wake Forest 


34 


82.0 


77.1 


+5.0 


6. Georgia Tech 


31 


76.5 


76.6 


-0.2 


7- Clemson 


30 


75.2 


76.8 


-1.6 


8. Florida Slate 


29 


71.8 


74.0 


-2.2 


9. North Carolina 


28 


72.2 


78.9 


-6.6 


Field Goal Percenlagen 

# Team G KG 


Hi\ 


I'd 


1. Duke 


35 


1093 


2209 


.495 


2. Manland 


36 


1083 


224B 


.482 


3. Wake Forest 


34 


1001 


2094 


.478 


4. Virginia 


29 


819 


1770 


.463 


5. NC Slate 


34 


863 


1910 


.452 


6. Clemson 


30 


823 


1876 


.439 


7. North Carolina 


28 


707 


1612 


.439 


8. Georgia Tech 


31 


834 


1937 


.431 


9. Florida State 


29 


759 


1765 


.430 


Free Throw Percentages 

# Team C fTW fTl 


Pel 


1. NC State 


34 


561 


743 


.755 


2. Wake Forest 


34 


547 


741 


.738 


3. Mainland 


36 


677 


933 


.726 


4. \irginia 


29 


508 


707 


.719 


5. Georgia Tech 


31 


441 


637 


.692 


6. North Carolina 


28 


396 


574 


.690 


7. Duke 


35 


625 


906 


.690 


8, Florida Stale 


29 


395 


602 


.656 


9. Clemson 


30 


429 


685 


.626 


3-Point Field Goal Percentages 

» Team C fC FGA Pel 


1. llccirgia Tech 


31 


261 


695 


.376 


2. Manlaiid 


36 


217 


380 


.374 


:t \\>ike Forest 


34 


240 


655 


366 


4. Duke 


35 


301 


830 


.363 


n. NC Stale 


34 


278 


773 


.360 


6. North Carolina 


28 


212 


606 


.350 


7. Florida State 


29 


169 


503 


.336 


8. Virginia 


29 


162 


487 


.333 


9. Clemson 


30 


182 


572 


.318 



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3-Poinl Field Goals Wade 

# Tieaiii (.' :IIV lifl/C 




1. Duke 


35 


301 


8.60 




2. Georgia Tech 


31 


261 


8.42 




3. NC Slate 


34 


278 


8.18 




4. North Carolina 


28 


212 


7.57 




5. Wake Forest 


34 


240 


7.06 




6. Clemson 


30 


182 


6.07 




7. >lar>land 


36 


217 


6.03 




8. Florida State 


29 


169 


5.83 




9. Virginia 


29 


162 


5.59 




fir'eM Goal Percentage Defense 

# Team C FG FGA Pel 


1. Manland 


36 


920 


2304 


.399 


2. Duke 


35 


892 


2119 


.421 


3. Clemson 


30 


797 


1827 


.436 


4. Florida Slate 


29 


753 


1709 


.441 


5. NC Stale 


34 


799 


1809 


.442 


6. Wake Forest 


34 


940 


2126 


.442 


7. Virginia 


29 


773 


1747 


.442 


8. Georgia Tech 


31 


804 


1791 


.449 


9. North Carolina 


28 


803 


1776 


.452 


Rebounding 

# Tlpam 


}largin 

G 4is OpAvS 


Marg 


1. Clemson 


30 


41.5 


36.4 


+5.1 


2. Virginia 


29 


38.3 


34.3 


+3.9 


3. Maoland 


36 


41.1 


37.4 


+3.7 


4. Florida State 


29 


38.7 


35.0 


+3.7 


5. Wake Forest 


34 


38.5 


35.5 


+3.0 


6. Georgia Tech 


31 


38.2 


36.5 


+ 1.7 


7. Duke 


35 


37.2 


36.2 


+ 1.1 


8. NC State 


34 


32.9 


33.1 


-0.2 


9. North Carolina 


28 


34.5 


37.6 


-3.1 


\ssisls 

# Team 


G isslsis 


iig/G 




1. Maryland 


36 


714 


19.83 




2. Duke 


35 


625 


17.86 




3. North Carolina 


28 


476 


17.00 




4. Wake Forest 


34 


553 


16.26 




5. NC State 


34 


547 


16.09 




6. Georgia Tech 


31 


481 


15.52 




7. Clemson 


30 


440 


14.67 




8. Virginia 


29 


416 


14.34 




9. Florida State 


29 


382 


13.17 




Blocked Shots 

# Team G Bloeks 


Avg/G 




1. Vlanland 


36 


216 


6.00 




2. Virginia 


29 


131 


4.52 




3. Wake Forest 


34 


140 


4.12 




4. North Carolina 


28 


100 


3.57 




5. Clemson 


30 


105 


3.50 




6. Florida State 


29 


101 


3.48 




7. Georgia Tech 


31 


101 


3.26 




8. Duke 


35 


113 


3.23 




9. NC State 


34 


72 


2.12 




Steals 

# Team 


G 


steals 


liS'C 




1. Duke 


35 


351 


10.03 




2. Georgia Tech 


31 


269 


8.68 




3. \lar>land 


36 


302 


8.39 




4. NC State 


34 


269 


7.91 




5. Florida State 


29 


222 


7.66 




6. Clemson 


30 


220 


7.33 




7. Virginia 


29 


189 


6.52 




8. Wake Forest 


34 


220 


6.47 




9. North Carolina 


28 


167 


5.96 





A€€ Honor§ 



\CC Coach of the Year 



Can Williams. Mar>land 


44 


llerbSendek, NC State 


35 


Paul Heuill. Georgia Tech 


3 


Skip I'nisser. Wake I'lJi-est 1 


Ste\e koliinson, Flijrida State 1 



ACC Player Of the iear 

Juan Dixon, Sr.. Manland 



41 



Jason Williams, Jr.. Duke 



Mike Dunleau, Jr„ Duke 



38 



■Anthony Grundy, Sr.. NC State 




W-\C€ First learn 

(first team \oles) 






Jason Williams. Jr., Duke 


(84) 


•252 


Juan DLvon. Sr.. Manland 


(84) 


'232 


Mike Dunlean, Jr.. Duke 


(81) 


249 


\nthon\ Grundy. Sr.. NC Stale 


(57) 


220 


Carlos Boozer. Jr,, Duke 


(44) 


211 


'denotes unanimous 


W-\CC Second Team 

l,onn> Baylor, Sr,. Manland 


(34) 


199 


Darius Songaila, Sr . Wake Fores 


(20) 


185 


Roger Mason. Jr . Jr. Virginia 


(6) 


147 


Tony \kins, Sr . i;eiirgia Tech 


(■») 


141 


Tra\1s Wjt.son. Jr. \irginia 


{^) 


128 


MI-ACC Third Team 

Josh Hoftai-d. Jr.. Wake Forest 


(1) 


99 


Sle\e Blake. Jr., Maryland 


(1» 


99 


Fdward Scott, Jr., Clemson 


(01 


59 


ChrlsHllcov. So.. Maryland 


(1) 


35 


Jason Capel, Sr.. North Carolina 


(0) 


39 



tec Freshman of the \ear 



Ed Nelson, Georgia Tech 37 


Jullu 


< Hodge, NC Stale 31 


B,J, Elder, Georgia Tech 5 


lliaii 


■:\tim(i\, NC State 3 


J.IW.I 


IWMIiams. North Carohna 2 


Josh I'duell, NC State 2 


l>aiii( 


1 Euing, Duke 2 


Keith 


Jenniler, \irginia 1 


ACC Players Of the Week 

N26 Mike Dunlea\-\, Duke 


D3 


Carlos Boozer, Duke 


DIO 


Jason Williams, Duke 


DI7 


Darius Songaila, Wake Forest 
Clarence Moore. Ga, Tech 


D24 


Jason Williams, Duke 


J7 


Monte Cummlngs, Florida State 


J14 


Juan Divon. Manland 


J21 


Jason Williams, Duke 


J28 


.-Vnthony Grundy, \C State 



W-ACC Honorable Mention 

Monte Ciinirainss. Sr . FSt \'.M): Chris Duhon, 
So,, Duke (37); Delvon Arrington, Sr„ FSl 
(18): kris Lang, Sr„ INC (18); Danhtay Jones, 
Jr , Duke (16); Byron Moulon. Sr.. Md. (12); 
Craig Dawson, Sr„ WF(IO), 



F4 

Fll 
F18 

F25 



Juan Djyon. Maryland 



Tra\is Walsiin, \iisinia 



Chris Wilcox. Manland 



Ed«arri Scott, Clemson 
Tony \klns Gi'iirgia Tech 



M4_ 

Mil 



Juan Dixon, Maryl and 

Carlos Boiizer, Duke 



MI-ACC Freshman Team 

Julius Hodge, NC State 


75 


Ed Nelson, Georgia Tech 


74 


B,J, Elder, Georgia Tech 


56 


Jas\ad Williams, North Carolina 


33 


Josh Poyyell, NC State 


33 


Honorable Menlion: Mian Eylimov, NCS (30); 
Daniel Eyying, Duke (26); Eitcm Brown, I'Va 
(21); Keith Jenifer, IVa (20); Vylas Danelius, 
WF (12); .\nthony Richardson. FSl (1 1). 


MI-ACC Defensiie Team 

Juan Dixon. Sr.. Manland 


72 


.Anthony Grundy. Sr., NC Stale 


61 


Chris Duhon, So., Duke 


45 


l,onny Baxter. Sr.. Manland 


44 


Mike Dunlean, Jr.. Duke 


33 



ACC Rookies of the Meek 

N26 Josh Powell. NC State 



D3 

DIO 

D17 



Chey Christie. Clemson 



Josh Powell. NC Slate 



Jamaal Len. Wake Forest 



D24 

J7 

J14 

J2I 

J28 

F4 

Fll 



Elton Briiwn. Mrginia 



Julius Hodge. Ni: Slate 



.Anthony Richardson. Florida Slate 



Ulan Evtimoy. NC State 



Elton Brown. Mrginia 



Luke Schenscher, (;eorgia Tech 



Jaw ad Williams. North Caixdina 
Ed Nelson. Georgia Tech 



F18 llian Ey1imo\, NC Slate 



F25 B.J. Elder, Georgia Tech 



M3 B.J. Elder, Georgia Tech 



Honorable Mention: Danhlaj .lones, Jr,, Duke 
(29); IVavis Wals(]n, Jr., Virginia (18): Sieve 
Blake. Jr.. Manland (16); .lason Williams. 
Jr. Duke (15); Chris Wilcox. So.. Manland 



TS • SWEET SIXTEEIM IIV SIX OF THE LAST 



YEARS • TWO COKISECUTIVE FIIVAL FOLR5 • eS WIIM5 IIV FOUR STRAIEHT YEARS 



timoni 




- CDIUCA5T CENTER WELCOMED THE 2002 IMATIOMAL CHAIVIPIOIV5 - 



2001-02 Game Recaps & Box Scores 



Ih0\ CIASSIC SFMIFIWL 

Gm I: \rizoaa 71. 12/31 Mainland 67 

NEW ^ORk — in iusl llu- sfcund ^iime ul llie 2001-02 cullegt- 
basketball season, Jason Gardner scored 23 points and Arizona 
shocked No, 2 Maryland 71-07 in the opening round of the (loaches 
vs. Cancer IKON Classic. 

Gardner hit a 3-poinler wilh 1 0:32 left tliat capped an H-l) run and 
gave the Wildcats a 53-45 lead. 

The Terrapins, who matched the highesl ranking in school history 
as the preseason No. 2, seemed ready to take contnil as Juan Dixon 
started a 15-4 run with two 3-poinIers and Maryland had a 60-57 lead 
wilh 5:45 to play. 

Though playing with five freshmen and a redshirt freshman on its 
1 1-man roster, .Arizona played like a veteran team with Gardner, a 5- 
[oot- 1 junior who applied for the NBA draft then withdrew his name. 
thi' mnsi sav\\ of the group. 

With the game lied al fit. Arizona had trouble getting the ball 
upcourl against Maryland's pressure and barely beat the lO-secnnd 
count across mldcourt. The hallswung to Gaixlner right in front of the 
Arizona bench and he hit a 3 as he was fouled by Lonny Baxter. 

The Wildcats would not trail again as the Terrapins got within two 
points three times, the last at 69-67 on a rebound jumper by Chris 
Wilcox with 4,6 seconds left, 

Arizona's Rick Anderson made two free throws with 3 seconds lell 
lor the llnal margin. 

Luke Walton, the only other significant player back from the 2001 
team that lost to Duke in the NCM final, added 12 points and 12 
rebounds for Arizona. Freshman Salim Sloudamire had 12 points, 

T talked to the freshmen before the game." Gardner said T told 
them to believe in ourselves and enjoy the experience, I think a lot of 
Ihemdkl." 

Dixon led Maryland wilh 21 points and Baxter had 14 poinis anil 
nine rebounds. 

"Arizona seemed more excited than us." Maryland coach Gary 
Williams said. "Some players just assume things, that things will 
continue from the year beforx*. but that isn't so." 



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3-3 


2-3 


5 


2 


4 







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Slimriiirnirc 


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3-10 


2-7 


0-0 


0-2 


2 


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22 


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ll-ll 


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0-0 


1-1 


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8 












IbUls 


2IIU 


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7-10 


17-29 


46 


12 


12 


16 


4 


6 71 


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22 


5-9 


0-0 


0-2 


3-0 


3 


3 


1 







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Bavler c 


38 


li-13 


0-0 


2-4 


2-7 


9 


2 


2 




2 


1 14 


Blake e 


39 


2-10 


2-(l 


2-2 


2-8 


10 


2 


4 




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1 8 


Di.\on g 


25 


B-15 


5-10 


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1-2 


3 


4 


5 







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0-1 


0-0 


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1 


3 




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2 


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1-5 


0-3 


0-4 


2-2 


4 





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200 


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7-27 


4-12 


18-22 


40 


15 


20 


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again.st Temple's nmlehup /.iiite, \I;ir>loo(l im[)rii\ed In iVA.2 iieixeot 
(12-Inr-I9), 

Tm \er\ prmiil iil m\ teooi mil jusl with the win bol fur (lie w;iy 
they came back from a very tough night," Maryland coach (iary Williams 
said, "That was a tough loss and when you're ranked \o. 2 right away 
the questions were 'What's the problem"' We don't have a problem, 
we're just working to get where we have to go We shot 59 percent 
against that zone and we did a good job of shooting the 3," 

Dbion, who was 5-for-IO on 3s in both games, hit three straight 3s 
in Maryland's 14-2 run to close the first half that gave it a 39-32 lead. 
He hit another one 39 seconds into the second half to giw' the Terrapins 
their first double-digit lead of the game. 

Temple (0-2) was within (il-.i8 on a rebound basket liy Kevin Lyde 
with 4:20 left, but Byron Miiuton and Steve Blake starlcii and ended 
an 8-0 run with 3s to give the Terrapins a 69-58 lead with 2:11, 

l.ynn Greer, who led Temple with 27 points, kept the Owls close in 
the final minute with three 3-p(iinlers. but Maryland closed the game 
by going 10-for-IO from the tree throw line o\er the final 1:03. 

Blake, a junior, added a career-high 20 points for Maryland, while 
Mooton had 13, 

"Blake played against a tough guard last night, " Williams said of 
Blake's 2-for-IO effort against Arizona's Jason Gardner. "He went 
against another tough guard tonight in Greer and came op with a 
career-high." 

Greer finished 3-for-O from 3-point range and the ( Iw Is wrn- 9-for- 
26 (34.6 percent). t,yile added 13 points and lU rebounds for Temple, 
while frcsliman Brian I'olk hail 1 1 points. 



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11-1 


1 





6 


2 


II 


II 


Wllrox 24 


2-5 


0-0 


3-8 


4-3 


9 


3 


2 


1 


1 


II 7 


Randle i; 


1-1 


0-0 


0-2 


U-3 


3 





II 


1 


(1 


2 


Team 








n-4 


4 












Totals 200 


26-44 


12-1918-28 


3-31 


36 


(3 


211 


18 


5 


82 


Temple (0-2) 






32 


42 




74 










yiarylaiid(l-l) 






39 


43 




82 










FC% - Temple 382 


M:iril:iiirl .39 


, iPfiiH 


-■H'mple 346. 


larj 


and .632 FT% - 


Temple .722, M.inl, 


1,1 i,l. 


lerhnlral I'ouls - 


mine 


omolals 


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lliOV CLASSIC COiXSOIATIO^ 

dm 2: I2/3J }lar}1aad 82. Temple 74 

\C\\ M)RK — Mainland ansurrcd an\ i|uestions after just one 
night with an impressi\e long-range performance, 

Juan Dixon scored 1 3 of his 25 points on 3-pointers and the second- 
ranked Terrapins improved dramatically on their outside shooting to 
beat No. 1 6 Temple 82-74 In the third-place game of the Coaches vs. 
Cancer Classic. 

In a stunning 71-67 llrst-nnmd loss to Arizona, the Terrapins (1- 
I ) were just 7-For-27 from behind the arc. With Dixon leading the way 

IMItXIE COIXISECLTIVE fVCAA TOLRMAIMEIMTS • SWEET SIXTEEIM ll\l SIX OF THE LAST IXJIIME YEARS 



Gm 3: 12/61 Manland 83. American 33 

COLLKGIr; l'\RK. \ld. — Maryland's potent 1-2 punch produced 
another milestone for coach Gary Williams and one more Cole Kield 
House memory for the Terrapins, 

Lonny Baxter scored 25 points and Juan Dixon had 22 as No, 2 
Maryland opened its final season at Cole b> breezing past \merican 
University 83-53. 

The Terrapins (2-1 ) look an early 31-8 lead in extending the nation's 
longest non-conference home winning streak lo 7!l, a run that began 
with a victory over Alciini Slate in December UIHM, 

It was the 244lh victory at Maryland for Williams, who moved into 
second place on the school's career list ahead of his former coach. 
Bud Millikan. 

"Coach Millikan would have more wins if he didn't play me." 
Williams quipped. 

Williams impmved his record to 244-140 at Maryland and 451- 
268 in his college coaching career, which began at American in 1978. 



He's 7-0 against the Kagles since coming lo Maryland in l!.U.i9, 

Brian Williams scored 15 points for American (0-1). in its second 
season under former Virginia coach Jeff Jones. 

Before the game, a banner commemorating Maryland's initial trip 
into the Final Four was unfurled from the rafters of the arena. The 
Terrapins then flashed the form that got them there, racing to a 10-0 
lead in the opening two minutes. 

American had four missed shots and four turnovers In its first 
nine possessions, It was 12-6 before Baxter scored six straight points 
in the lane and Dixon added a la^up and a 3-pointer in a 1 5-0 run that 
put Maryland up by 2 1 , 

Baxter, a 6-foot-8 center, and Dixon, a 6-3 guard, learned lo score 
well over half of Maryland's points. Baxter had 1 5 at halllime to help 
the Terrapins take a 48-23 lead, Baxter and Dixon accounted for 
Maryland's first 13 points in the second half, slaking the Terrapins to 
a 61-28 lead with 14:53 left. 



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Reli 


F 


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II 


SPts 


Busea^liua 


I 13 1-3 


1-3 


0-0 


0-1 


1 


1 





1 


1 


3 


(Jray 


1 32 1-4 


0-0 


3-4 


1-7 


8 


1 





3 


3 


5 


Doelor 


r 31 ,5-16 


1-2 


2-2 


4-2 


6 


5 





1 


3 


1 13 


Stokes 


e 33 2-li 


0-1 


0-0 


1-3 


4 


3 


3 


5 





4 


Miles 


8 35 1-12 


0-5 


2-2 


1-6 


7 


1 


2 


2 





1 4 


William,* 


17 5-8 


0-1 


5-6 


3-1 


4 


2 


1 


1 





1 15 


Biiul 


lit 2-10 


0-4 


2-3 


2-5 


7 


2 





1 





6 


Thomas 


12 1-3 


1-3 


041 


n-2 


2 








1 





2 3 


.Warns 


2 0-0 


IMI 


0-1 


ll-O 


II 

















Casper 


7 0-1 


041 


0-0 


1-1 


2 


4 





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1-1 


2 






1 






Totals 


200 18-63 


3-l!l 14-18 


I4-2D 


43 


19 


6 


16 


7 


■> 33 


Maryland 


Mill ii; 


3i(; 


IT 


O-II 


Keli 


F 


V 


r 


1! 


SPIs 


Mouliiii 


1 2M 3-9 


0-2 


2-7 


6-4 


10 


3 


3 


2 


1 


8 


llolilrii 


1 26 2-4 


1-2 


1-2 


Ml 


1 


2 


2 


(1 


2 


3 6 


Ba.\ler 


c 30 11-20 


041 


3-5 


3-6 


fl 





1 


1 


2 


1 25 


Dlvin 


B 32 8-17 


4-111 


2-2 


2-4 


6 


2 


1 


2 


2 


2 22 


Blake 


£ 29 1-8 


0-3 


041 


24i 


8 


1 


!! 


2 





3 "2 


Badu 


2 ll-ll 


0-0 


0-2 


0-0 


11 














(1 


MrCall 


8 ll-l 


0-0 


ll-ll 


0-1 


1 


2 


1 


1 





1 


Collins 


2 1-1 


041 


041 


ll-l 


1 


2 


1 








2 


Meliolas 


17 2-5 


1-4 


2-2 


0-1 


1 





3 


1 


1 


(1 7 


Crinniin 


2 0-1 


0-( 


0-0 


0-1 


1 

















Handle 


7 2-4 


041 


3-3 


2-4 


6 














7 


Uiirox 


16 2-8 


041 


041 


4-2 


6 


3 


1 


1 





4 


Team 








3-5 


H 












rolals 


2110 32-78 


6-22 13-23 23-3ri 


58 


13 


22 


to 


8 


10 83 


Amerlean (11-1) 




23 


30 




53 










Mar.\lanil (1 


■II 




48 


35 




83 










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nan 281), Mai 


l.ifiil 


410 3|■6'^^ ■ 


\mei 


.111 


151 


. Maryland .273. 


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n .in 778, \l,in 


.Mill ," 


.5 rerlinlral louts 


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^liul 


(\merlcan). 


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Kav Nallli, Ri 


.^inald 


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Gm 4: 16I%\ Maryland 77. Delaware Hi. S3 

(3ILLK('.I': l'\KK. \ld — Loony liaMer had If! |ioints and 12 re- 
bounds as the lerrapins melhoilically pulled away lo a 77-33 victory 
over Delaware Slate, extending their non-conlcrcnce home winning 
streak to 79 games. 

It was Baxter's llrst double-double of the season and the 24th of | 
his career. Sophomore Chris Wilcox had 16 poinis and 10 rebounds, 
both career highs, for the Terrapins (3-1). 

Maryland led by 16 al halftime and polled away with a 9-2 run at 
the outset of the second half. 

.Andre Matthews had 18 points and 10 rebounds for Delaware State 
(2-1), which was trying to go 3-0 for the First time since 1973. The 
Hornets shot 29 percent, going 4-for-22 fnim beyonil the arc. 

Delaware State trailed 37-2 1 at halftime after mal\ing only eight 
of 36 field goal attempts (22 percent). Maryland led 12-1 1 before 
DLxon scored five iMiints and Wilcox had two basl»ets In an 1 1-3 run 
that made 1123-14. 

Carrington HIghtower stopped the surge wilh a 3-pointcr. but 
Maryland's Steve Blake scored from beyond the air and B.a.xter added 
a three-point play to put the Terrapins up by 12. 

Maryland closed the half with a 7-0 run. After the break. DLxon 
made two technical hiul free throws and added a tip-in to give the 
Terrapins a 20-point cushion. 



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3FC 


n 


0-D 


Rrb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


SPls 


MalUiens 


f 


32 6-13 


0-1 


6-6 


5-5 


10 


3 





2 





18 


Sk-phanenkiivr 


26 3-9 


14 


2-5 


34 


7 


3 


3 


1 


1 


3 9 


Drat 


e 


16 0-7 


0-2 


0-0 


1-1 


2 











a 





Davis 


i 


36 2-9 


0-2 


2-3 


0-1 


1 


1 


3 


3 





6 


Baile> 


e 


37 2-12 


1-8 


0-0 


2-3 


5 


3 


5 


1 





2 5 


Nalhaniel 




9 11-2 


0-0 


04) 


0-1 


1 


2 


1 


1 








Highlower 




14 1-3 


1-3 


1-2 


0-2 


2 


1 





1 





1 4 


Johnson 




4 O-O 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


II 


1 


1 


1 








James 




4 l-l 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 


1 


■) 


1) 


1 





2 


Bnuen 




20 4-7 


1-2 


0-0 


0-2 


2 


4 


1 








9 


Stunjj\anl 




2 0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


04) 




















Team 










5-0 


5 






1 






Totals 




200 19-6:) 


4-22 


11-16 


16-20 


36 22 


14 


12 


1 


6 33 


Mantaiid 




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3KG 


n 


n-i) 


Reb 


F 


\ 


T 


K 


SPls 


Mi'Utoii 


1 


23 3-10 


0-1 


1-3 


3-1 


4 


1 


2 


1 





7 


Holdeli 


f 


18 3-7 


1-2 


14 


3-2 


5 


2 


2 


1 


1 


8 


itoler 


c 


30 5-11 


0-0 


8-13 


5-7 


12 


2 


1 


4 


2 


18 


Dmm 


e 


31 5-8 


1-3 


2-2 


2-3 


5 


3 


2 


1 





2 13 


Blake 


g 


31) 2-4 


1-2 


04) 


14 


5 





5 


3 





5 


MrCall 




3 D-O 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 


1 


1 





1 








Collins 




8 11-2 


0-1 


0-0 


0-1 


1 





3 








1 U 


Mctiotas 




1.1 2-4 


0-1 


0-0 


0-2 


2 


1 


3 


1 


2 


II 4 


ilrlnnon 




4 l-l 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





1 


1) 








II 2 


Randle 




13 1-2 


041 


2-2 


14 


5 


1 


1) 


2 


1) 


1 4 


W'ilrox 




25 7-12 


IMl 


2-7 


5-5 


10 


2 


1 


1 


:i 


111 


Team 










l.T 


4 












Tolals 




200 29-61 


3-10 16-31 


22-32 


34 


14 


1!) 


15 


8 


4 77 


Delaware Slate (2-11 




21 


32 




53 










Man land 1.1-1) 






37 


40 




77 










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Mare Slate 292, Mariland .47 


.3re%-Dela«' 


re Slate 


18: 


. Mary- 


land ,300 


n% ■ Delaware Stale ,1)88. 


Maryland . 


516 


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Illinois 




MIn 


FG 


3FG 


pr 


0-1) 


Reb 


f 


\ 


T 


B 


SPls 


Cook 


1 


22 


3-5 


l-l 


1-2 


14, 


7 







3 


1 


8 


ARhibald 


c 


29 


3-6 


04) 


24 


4-6 


III 


4 


3 


4 


2 


8 


Bradiord 


e 


33 


4-14 


0-5 


0-0 


2-1 


3 


2 


2 


1 





2 « 


HarringUm 


g 


20 


2-3 


2-3 


0-0 


ll-ll 





1 


1 


3 





r. 


Williams 




34 


,3-16 


1-5 


34 


114 


4 


2 


1 


1 





1 10 


Melhm 




2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


II 














II 


Head 




10 


1-2 


O-I 


0-0 


0-1 


1 


1 


1 








U 2 


Ferguson 




18 


2-6 


0-1 


7-8 


1-2 


3 


4 


a 


1 





2 11 


Howard 




1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





1 














Knjpallja 




27 


4-7 


1-2 


1-2 


4-4 


B 


1 


3 


1 


11 


111 


Pnviell 




1 


0-0 


l)-0 


04) 


ll-(l 





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1) 


1) 


Smlltl 




3 


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ll-ll 


0-0 


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11 


II 


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Team 












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ti 












Tolals 




2110 22-60 


3-18 14-20 


13-27 


42 


22 


11 


13 


3 


3 63 


Maryland 




MIn 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-D 


Rrb 


F 


A 


T 


R 


SPl.s 


Moiilon 


1 


24 


1-3 


1-1 


0-0 


1-2 


3 


3 


2 


1 





1 3 


Holden 


1 


29 


14 


0-2 


0-0 


24 


6 


5 


3 


1 


1 


2 2 


Bixler 


e 


18 


2-7 


0-0 


14 


14 


3 


5 


1 





1 


II 5 


Dixon 


g 


33 


9-19 


24i 


5-0 


2-3 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 23 


Blake 


« 


36 


3-7 


2-3 


24 


0-4 


4 


2 


!l 


4 


4 


1 10 


Mcliolas 




26 


5-8 


1-2 


1-2 


04 


4 


1 


1 


1 


1 


12 


Ranitir 




7 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 


l-l 


2 


1 














Wilroy 




25 


8-13 


0-0 


3-8 


24 


6 


1 


1 


2 


2 


19 


Team 












3-0 


3 












Tolals 




200 29-63 


6-16 12-24 


12-26 


38 19 


IB 


10 


10 


6 76 


Illinois 13-1 










29 


34 




63 










Manland(4-1) 








41 


35 




76 










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Illinois 701 


\ 


367 Maryland 460, 3Ffi% 
•inland 3011 Tecliuital 1- 


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Nont 


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Maryland 


MIn FG 


:(FG 


n 


0-0 


Keb 


F 


\ 


T 


R 


SPls 


Moulon 1 


24 14 


0-i 


4-3 


14 


:> 


1 











1 6 


Holden 1 


20 14 


1-2 


2-2 


0-1 


1 


4 


1 


3 





5 


BaMer i 


34 8-15 


0-0 


3-1 n 


3-7 


12 


3 


11 


3 


7 


19 


Uiyon s 


34 2-9 


14 


9-9 


3-0 


3 





■' 


1 


II 


i; 14 


Blake s 


37 1-6 


l)-l 


2-2 


0-1 


1 


1 


« 


6 


1 


■) 4 


Mehoias 


24 24 


1-3 


2-2 


0-2 


9 


3 





■) 


1 


7 


Randie 


3 0-0 


041 


0-0 


04) 














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ttilcoy 


24 3-8 


041 


0-3 


6-5 


11 


3 


1 


1 


? 


6 


Team 








1-0 


1 












Tolals 


200 18-30 


,!• 11 22-33 16-20 


36 


13 


12 


16 


6 


9 61 


Prlncelon|l4| 






36 


17 




33 










Maryland 15-1 1 






23 


38 




61 










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land ,360 3FG% - Prineelon 


333 


Maryland ,273, 


FTin-Prineelon 917, Maryland 667 HThnieal Fouls 


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BB&I CLXSSIC SfcWIFIV4l. 

€m «: IV4I Manland 61, Princeton 33 

\USIII\(;ioN,|i(;. — iiidiik.iuliilcliirMiirylandliisKipyyiirry- 
iiig alKiiil Princetons deliherale offensive style anil focus on its iran 
hrand of soffocaliiig defense. 

When tlie Terrapins turned up Itie pressure midway through the 
second half. Ihc upset-minded Tigers ttilted, 

l,onny Bavtcr had 1 9 points and 1 2 rebounds, and No. 5 Maryland 
rallied fnim a 1,3-point deficit to beat Princeton 61-53 In the first 
round of the BB&T Classic, 

"That's yvhat pressure does." Maryland coach Gary Williams said, 
"It doesn't aly\ays get you steals, but the mental and physical part of 
pressure is a wearing-down process." 

Juan Dixon added 14 points for the Terrapins (j-1 ), whoyyon their 
fifth straight game, .\ndre f,ogan led Princeton |l-4| yvilh 15 poinis, 
and kiiiirad Wysncki added 13, 

After leading by 13 at the intermission and by 15 on the second 
hairs first basket, the Tigers took a 42-30 lead on a backdoor iayiip 
by Kyle Wente with 13:35 left in the second half. 

But Maryland went on a 14-2 run. with tyyti free throws by Byron 
Mouton, lying the game at 46 yyith 6:54 left, A foul shot by l.ogan and 
a basket by Hysocki put the Tigers up 49-46 with 5:42 to go. But 
Bayter hit a short jumper to cut Ihe lead to a point, then Drew \irho- 
las made a 3-pointer to giye the Terrapins their first lead of the game 
yyith 4:43 remaining, 

Maryland shot only 7-for-24 from the field and committed 1 2 turn- 
overs as the Tigers sprinted to a 36-23 lead at the break 

Princeton drew the Terrapins out of their zone defense w lib three 
quick 3-polnters, Ahmed Kl-\okali's 3-pointer gave the Tigers an 1 1- 
5 lead yvilh 15:411 len in Ihe half, 

Baxler scored Maryland's first seven points, but the Terrapins 
couldn't get anyone else involved in the offense. 

Maryland gol within 17-14, but the Terrapins got only two field 
goals and sL\ poinl.s over the next 7:31. and Logan's jumper t apped oil 
a 1 0- 1 rim thai put Princetim up 3 1 - 1 8 with 2:06 remaining inthe hall 



BRA I a. xssic unui'unsHip 

Cm 7: 13/21 }lar}land 77. tonnecllcul 63 

U\Slll\i;'rnN. DC - Maryland rolled to lis sixth straight vic- 
tory, and l,oiin\ Baxter earned the trophy he coveted 

Baxter had 24 points and 10 n'bounds, and Juan Dixon scored 
16 points as Mi 3 Maryland pulled ayyay in the second half to beat 
Ijinnecticul 77-65 and yvin Ihe BB&T Classic, 

Baxter, who went 8-for-IO from the field and 8-of-lO from the 
foul line, was an oyerwhelming selection as tournament M\ P 

"It's my senior year. I'm from DC, I really yy anted this M\ P trophy 
tonight. " the 6-foot-8 center said, ' I just came out playing my hairiest 
and ne gol the game," 

The Terrapins (6-1). unbeaten since opening the season yvlth a 
loss to .Arizona, used a 1 6-4 run lo expand a two-polnl haiftlme lead 
to 52-38. Baxler and Tahj Holden each had six points in the spree 
and DLxon contributed |yvo baskets, 

"That's obviously one of the best teams In the country," 
Connecticut coach Jim i;alhoun said, "They're tough lo beat because 
of their size and because they shoot the ball well, but I yvas most 
impressed by Ihe yvav they played so well yy lib each other Maryland 
gaye our kids a good lesson on how to play team basketball," 

Camu fiutler scored 20 poinis tor the Huskies (3-1 ), 

Afier Baxler scored on an alley -oop pass from Sleye Blake to put 
Maryland up 46-38. Holden hit two straight jumpers and Baxter 
followed yyith a layup to put Maryland up by 14. 

IConn closed to 60-53. but after Dixon scored in the lane and 
Baxter added two tree throws, the Huskies neyer got closer than 
nine poinis, 

Holden scoivd 15 points, and Blake had eight poinis and nine 
assists, 

Baxter scored Maryland's first seyen points during an 1 1-0 run 
that helped the Terps to a 21-7 lead, fiConn missed Its first seven 
sbot.s and had flye turniiyers In the opening liye minules, but Butler 
scored 1 2 poinis lo bring the Huskies yyithin 36-34 at halftime. 



XCC/BIG TEX fHULEXGE 

dm 3: 13/41 Manland 76. 12/2] Illinois 63 

1,111,1,1,1.1, P\KK Mil — .loan liixon scored 25 |ininls and Mary- 
land bum a 20-poin1 lead to hold off \o 2 lllimiis 70-63 in Ihe ACC/ 
Big Ten Challenge 

It was Ihe 80th cunsecutiye non-conference home yictory for 
Maryland, the longest such run In the nation. It yvas also the Terrapins' 
liiurth straight win overall afier a season-opening defeal against 
\rizona 

Alter the Terrapins (4-1 ) went up by 12 at halflime, DLxon scored 
seyen points in a 10-2 run at the outset of the second half to make it 
51-31, 

Despite playing Us fifth game in nine days. Illinois (5-1) foughl 
back ■ even after leading rebounder Brian Cook fouled out with 5: 1 1 
len 

The comeback was aided by poor free throw shooting by Maryland, 
which finished 12-for-24 at the line. The Fighting lllinl closed to 66- 
58 with 2:56 lefi. but Chris Hilcox scored In the lane, then made one 
of two free throws on Maryland's next possession lor an 1 1 -point 
cushion. 

At that point, Ihe Cole Field House crowd began chanting, "ACC! 
ACC!" 

"The hardest thing to do In basketball Is play yyith the lead. " 
Maryland coach Gary Williams said. "Bui 1 thought we did a good job 
ol that in the late part of the game. Vou try and stay aggressive, and 
you try to run some clock." 

Wilcox scored 19 points and six rebounds off the bench for 
Maryland, which beat a Top 5 team at Cole for Ihe first time since 
1998. 

"Wilcox just owned us Inside." Illinois coach Bill Self said. 

The mini shot 33 percent and committed seven turnovers in the 
decisive first half. 

Four dlfierent players scored In a 9-2 run that put Illinois up 1 7- 
III. but Wilcox had lour points and Steve Blake and Byron Mouton bit 
3-polnlers during a 12-0 spurt that put Maryland ahead lor good, 

\nei Blandon Ferguson made a free throw for the lllinl. Wilcox 
Slink a hook shol and scored on an alley-oop pass from Blake for a 
26-18 le.id 

Damir Krupalija fiillowed with a 3-poinler — Illinois' first field 
goal in nearly six minutes — but Maryland reeled off eight straight 
points lo push Ihe margin to 1 1 , 

Illinois closed lo 34-29. but Drew Nicholas hit a 3-poinler and a 
layup as Maryland finished Ihe half with a 7-0 spree, 

Illinois was the highest-ranked noii-conlerence team the Terrapins 
laced at home since they upset No 1 Nolrt^ Dame in 1979, 



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2-6 


8 


3 


4 


4 


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6-9 


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1-3 


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28 


3-5 


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0-2 


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V 


2 


2 


1 


2 7 


El-Xokali 




39 


24 


2-3 


041 


0-1 


1 


4 


2 


6 





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7 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


041 





1 


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11 





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a 


0-0 


ll-O 


0-0 


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6 


1-3 


0-0 


2-2 


1-0 


1 


1 





■' 


11 


4 


Robins 




3 


04) 


0-0 


0-0 


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11 





11 


11 


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200 1946 


4-12 11-12 


7-23 


30 23 


13 


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MIn FG 


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0-D 


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F 


A T 


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0-1 


6-6 


5-1 


6 


4 


2 I 





2 20 


SeMe f 


37 4-10 


0-0 


3-5 


3-5 


8 





4 





11 


Okalor r 


30 3-6 


0-0 


2-2 


4-8 


12 


3 


1 3 


2 


2 8 


Brown, T- g 


27 2-8 


0-0 


0-0 


1-2 


3 


4 


2 5 





2 4 


Roberlson s 


30 3-8 


0-1 


0-0 


1-2 


3 


2 


3 1 





1 6 


Gordon 


22 3-10 


3-6 


1-2 


1-0 


1 


1 


2 3 





2 10 


Brown. J, 


9 1-3 


0-0 


0-0 


1-1 


2 


3 


I) 1 





2 


Ha/.(-llon 


7 1-5 


0-1 


2-2 


1-3 


4 


1 


11 2 





4 


Hayes 


3 041 


1141 


041 


0-0 





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200 24-69 


3-9 


14-17 22-26 


48 


20 


10 21 


2 


9 65 


Manland 


MIn FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-D 


Reb 


F 


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32 1-7 


0-2 


0-1 


3-2 


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2 


1 1 





2 


lliiliirn 1 


21 5-7 


1-1 


44 


l-l 


2 


4 


11 2 


1 


1 15 


Baxter c 


38 8-10 


0-0 


8-U) 


2-8 


10 


1 


11 2 


1 


1 24 


Riyon g 


33 5-18 


2-7 


44 


14 


5 


2 


3 6 


2 


6 16 


Blakr g 


37 3-8 


0-3 


2-3 


1-0 


1 





9 2 


1 


1 8 


Xk'hnlas 


18 ,3-6 


0-3 


1-3 


0-1 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 7 


Randle 


3 0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 


1 


1 


1) 








Wilriiy 


18 2-6 


0-0 


1-2 


4-5 


9 


3 


U 2 


3 


3 


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1 










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200 27-62 


3-16 20.27 13-23 


38 


17 


13 13 


9 


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34 


31 




63 








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36 


41 




77 








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488, IT% - Cnnnerllful ,824. Maryland 


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- COMCAST CEIXITER WELCOMES THE 2002 l\IATIDI\AL CHAIVIPIOMS - 



6m 8: IVIl Uanland 79. Delroit U 

COLLKGKPARK. Md. — Lounv Bavlersroivri ITpninlsandthree 
others reached double figures as second-ranked Maryland extended 
Hie nations longest non-conference home winning streak to 81 games 
with a 79-54 victon,' over Detroit, 

Baxter, who collected 43 points and 22 rebounds in Maryland's 
victories in the BB&T Classic, scored the llrst six points as Maryland 
(7-1) grabbed an I i-2 lead and never looked iiack, 

Detroit misfired on 17 of its first 21 shots while Maryland 
I'onnected on 1 1 of its first 15 to take a 23-lt) lead midway thixiugh 
the opening half- 

In the first half, the Terrapins hit 16-of-3l shots ("12 percent) to 
lake a 40-23 lead. They finished at 53.5 peix'ent overall (30-of-56) 

Maryland used a 1 2-2 run in the second half to extend its lead to 
57-32 with 1 1 :35 remaining, ending any chance for a f)etr(iil rally. 

\nother Terrapin to reach double figures was B\Ton Mouton. who 
finished with 13 points off the bench. Mouton lell the team four days 
earlier to mourn his bmther. Ke\in. who was shot to death in ffouston 

Mouton shot r>-of-7lrom thefioor. When he wasfinalK pulled late 
in the game, the crowd of 14.327 gave him a warm reception 

Willie Green had 16 points for the lllans (4-3), who connected on 
just 31 peireni (20-of-65) of their shots. 



Moulon opened the second half with a 3-pointer before Dixon and 
Tahj Holden each made two free throws. Lonny Baxter followed with 
his first basket, then made two foul shots before Holden finished the 
run with a hook shot that made it 59-37. 

It was 63-39 before llhris Wilcox scored two baskets and reserve 
guard Drew Nicholas hit a 3-pointer in an 1 1-0 run that made it 74- 
4! 

Wilcox finished with It) points and 13 rebounds. 



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F 


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SPIs 


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15 


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1141 


041 


11 


5 


1 


1 


11 


1 11 


Harmon f 


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2 





2 


2 


1 9 


(iravs c 


24 


3-8 


1-3 


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0-2 


2 


1 


2 


4 


1) 


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Belln 8 


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4-7 


1-2 


2-2 


4-1 


5 


4 





2 





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31 


4-14 


2-6 


5-6 


1-4 


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1 


2 


2 


1) 


1 15 


INnman 


21 


2-(i 


1-2 


11-11 


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3 


1 


1 5 


Bauer 


3 


ll-l 


ll-l 


11-11 


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13 


11-4 


0-4 


11-11 


0-1 


1 


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28 


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8 


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1-2 


241 


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5-1!) 


9-14 


1,5-21 


3(i 23 


8 


16 


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Min 


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V 


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2-3 


2-2 


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1 


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1 14 


Baxler c 


25 


(i-IO 


0-0 


5-6 


l-l) 


7 


2 


1 


4 


11 


2 17 


Divm g 


30 


6-10 


0-4 


0-0 


1-3 


6 




4 


2 


11 


3 12 


Mchulas g 


23 


2-6 


041 


2-2 


1-4 


5 


2 


1 


1 





1 6 


Blake e 


28 


0-2 


0-1 


0-(l 


0-2 


2 


1 


8 


4 


II 


1 


Moulon 


19 


5-7 


0-0 


3-6 


2-2 


4 


2 





1 


II 


1 13 


Badu 


5 


041 


041 


0-0 


0-0 





1) 


1 


1 


(1 





McCali 


7 


1-2 


IM 


1141 


0-1 


1 


1 


II 


1 


11 


2 


Collins 


fi 


0-0 


0-0 


114) 


0-1 


1 





2 


1 





1 


Randir 


II 


2-3 


1)41 


3-4 


1-3 


4 


3 





2 


11 


7 


Wlliitt 


2I> 


3-7 


1141 


2-4 


11-4 


4 





1 


1 


2 


11 8 


Team 










3-4 


7 












finals 


200 


t0-3(i 


2-9 


17-24 


i()-:i2 


42 


15 


III 


18 


u 


M) 79 


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23 


31 




54 










Maryland (7-1 








40 


39 




79 










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- Ueiroil .263. Maryland .221 


.Fr%- 


Delroll .643, Maryland .708, Tpohnlral FonLs ■ 


none 


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Larry Rose. 


Jamie l.uekie. 


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Ijayl 1 


29 


4-10 


0-2 


(Ml 


2-1 


3 


1 


1 


1 


11 


11 8 


Anderson I 


30 


4-10 


4-8 


0-0 


0-3 


3 


3 




1 





1 12 


Bridgemnhane 


24 


3-10 


041 


3-6 


5-3 


8 


4 


1) 


2 


1 


2 9 


Johnson g 


34 


4-12 


0-2 


1141 


11-3 


3 


3 


i; 


3 





1 8 


Millim s 


17 


3-4 


0-0 


0-0 


1-3 


4 


3 


11 


3 





1 6 


Short 


2 


(141 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





1 


u 


(1 





11 


Kaplan 


II 


1-2 


041 


041 


11-2 


2 


1 


1 


1 





11 2 


0\yens 


6 


(l-l 


0-11 


0-11 


1141 


0-n 





1 


.3 








Hamilinn 


24 


2-5 


0-11 


3-6 


0-2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


2 


11 7 


B.vlield 


23 


1-5 


1-3 


0-0 


n-i 


1 


3 


2 


1 





1 3 


Team 










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2 






TDtals 


200 


22-39 


3-13 


()-l2 


10-19 


29 


21 


14 


l» 


3 


6 33 


Maryland 


MIn 


IC 


3FG 


IT 


O-D 


Reb 


F 


\ 


T 


B 


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Mouton 1 


311 


7-111 


1-1 


2-2 


2-3 


5 


1 


1) 


1 


1 


1 17 


Holden 1 


1(1 


441 


11-2 


3-3 


11-2 


2 


3 


2 


(1 





1 11 


Ba\ler r 


24 


2-6 


ll-M 


6-8 


341 


9 


4 


1 


3 


3 


1 111 


iU\oo e 


28 


(i-11 


1-4 


5-7 


11-2 


2 


1 


3 


3 





2 18 


Blake s 


26 


1-4 


1-3 


4-4 


l)-l 


1 


2 


7 


1 





2 7 


Badu 


4 


1-2 


04) 


0-2 


1141 


II 














II 2 


MfCall 


9 


0-2 


0-2 


0-0 


11-4 


4 





1 








1 


Collins 






2-3 


ll-U 


(1-0 


11 


1 


1 


1 





II 6 


Nicholas 


l:i 




1-1 


2-2 


1-3 


4 


11 


I) 


11 





11 7 


Randle 


11 


l-.l 


11-11 


1-2 


2-1 


3 


1 











3 


«il(U\ 


27 


5-8 


ll-l) 


ll-U 


441 


13 


4 


4 


4 


1 


1 10 


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3 












Totals 


200 


il-39 


6-16 


23-30 


13-33 


46 


17 


19 


13 





9 91 


Monmoulh (4-4| 37 


IB 




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45 




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FT 


O-D 


Reh 


F 


A 


T 


B 


SPIs 


Moulon 


1 26 4-11 


0-2 


0-0 


1-3 


4 


2 





2 


1 


4 8 


Holden 


1 16 1-4 


0-1 


04) 


(l-l 


1 


3 


1 


1 





2 


Bayler 


c 34 3-5 


0-0 


3-5 


1-9 


111 


4 


2 


6 


2 


II 


Dixon 


S 34 3-12 


0-4 


l-l 


1-2 


3 


1 


1 


3 


11 


1 11 


Blake 


8 36 2-11 


2-8 


0-11 


1-3 


4 


3 


(1 


3 


1) 


1 6 


Nicholas 


24 1-6 


1-4 


2-2 


ll-l 


1 


2 


3 


3 


II 


1 5 


Wilcox 


30 6-8 


11-11 


3-4 


2-7 


9 


2 


1 


3 


1 


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4 












Totals 


200 22-37 


3-19 


9-12 


9-27 


3(i 


17 


14 


21 


4 


7 5f) 


(Iklahnnia 


Mill Fl) 


310 


IT 


l)-l) 


Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


SPIs 


Milihee 


1 25 5-15 


0-1 


6-9 


6-5 


11 


4 


2 








1 16 


BniwTl 


c 30 4-5 


041 


0-11 


3-11 


11 


1 


2 


2 





2 8 


Ere 


8 36 6-16 


3-7 


4-1 


11-7 




2 




-) 


1 


1 19 


Hhile 


8 34 2-4 


0-1 


3-7 


ll-l) 


1) 


11 


1, 


2 





1 7 


Price 


8 35 3-10 


0-6 


04) 


11-2 


2 


3 


2 


1 


I] 


4 6 


Delrick 


14 3-10 


0-3 


0-0 


1-4 


5 


(1 





1 





1 6 


Sci\> 


24 4-6 


(-1 


1-2 


3-0 


3 


4 


1 


2 





3 10 


Szcndrti 


2 0-1 


0-0 


0-11 


1)41 


(1 


(1 





1 


(1 





Team 








2-0 


2 












Tiilals 


200 27-07 


4-19 14-22 


13-29 


44 


14 


15 


II 


1 


13 72 


Malvlaiid (8-2) 34 22 




51) 
















llklalioma|8-2| 31) 36 




72 
















K% - Maryland .386. (iklahoma .403. 3F(1% - Maryland 


58. Okialion 


a. 211. 


Fr% - Mar 


land 750. 1 Iklahoma. 


36. Technical Funis - none 


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Chmgherly 


Oerald Boiiiln'aift. Teil liill.ir\ 


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Gm 10: 122/211 Oklahoma 76. 12/21 }lui^lan<l ,>6 

MIK.\I.\\. Okid — Ehl En- scored 19 poioLs aod .\aruo MiChre 
addeil Hi (iiid 11 ix'buuods as No. 21 Oklahoma snapped second- 
ranked Maryland's cishl-gamc vyinning streak yy ill) a 72-rili triumph. 

Daryan Sely> had 10 points off the bench and Jahaltri Biyiyyn 
chipped in eifihl and 14 rehnunds for Oklalioma (9-1 ). Tlic Sooners 
shut jiisl 411 pencnl but held a 44-36 rebounding edge and took 
adxanlage or21 lunioyers. 

The Sooners ayenged a loss to the Terrapins last season. «hen 
Oklahoma was the higher-ranked squad. 

(;hris Wilcox scored 1 .5 points and Juan DLxon had 1 1 for MaiTland 
(8-2). yyldch had not lost since a season-opening defeat to Arizona 

Oklahoma had a 42-41 lead yyilh 13;33 left yvtien Kn- buried a 
jumper that ignited an S-2 run Seiyy. McGhee and Jasiin Delrick 
also had baskets in the spurt. 

A breakayyay layup by Byron Mouton got Maryland within 52-4)) 
yyith 7; 17 to play, but Ouannas White banked in a shot. MclJbee bit 
a reyerse layup that turned into a Ihrec-point play and foltoyyed yyith 
two free throws hir a 59-49 lead wilh 4:24 to go Krc capped the 10- 

burst yyith a 3-poinlcr 22 seconds later. 
Maryland got no closer than 12 points dovm the strelch. 
"1 liked Oklahomas aggressiy eness. they played hard." Maryland 

coach (lary Willianis said. They started to dominate inside in the 
second hall and v.i- didn't respond xery yvell. As far as intensity lexel. 

1 think Oil tiBik it lo us in the second half " 
The Terrapins made just 38 percent (22-nf-.57) of their shots. 

including 3-or-19 from the arc. 

Maryland had a 14-8 lead 4:39 into the contest and still yyas up 
four poinlsxxilti jusl under nine minutes left in the half. Bui the lead 
seesawed down the stretch, xxilh Oklahoma taking a 36-34 halllime 
edge on a juniper by llollis Price with 40 seconds to go. 



dm II: imi Manland 101 iMIIiam & »ar} 73 

(:OLLE(}E PARK. Md. — Juan Dixon had 1 9 points and a career- 
high nine assists and Byron Mouton added a season-high 19 points 
as the Terrapins (9-2) routed William & .Mary 103-75 for their 83rd 
consecutixe home xictory oyer a non-confeivnce opponent. It yvas 
the Terps' final non-league game beloie beginning the Atlantic Coast 
Conference season. 

"That's xvhat we needed after the loss to Oklahoma." said center 
l.iinny Baxter, yvho had 12polntsand 10 rebounds for his 27th career 
double-double. 

Adam Hess, a transfer from Eastern Michigan playing in his First 
game for William & Mary (3-6). scored a career-high 2i points. 

Dreyy Nicholas scored a season-high 14 points for Maryland, Five 
ferrapins scored in double Rgui'es in the team's biggest ofTensive 
output of the season — and a school lycord 1 3 3-pointers- 

Moulon had 12 first-half points, helping Maryland to a 50-35 
halflime lead. Maryland scored the llrsl six points of the second 
half, with Dixon's 3-pointer from the lell corner extending a 15-0 
run to and gixlng the Terrapins a ,56-35 lead. 



ftii) 9: l3/2\ \lav)lan4 91. }lonnioiilh j5 

(3)I,1.KCE PARK, Md. — Gary Williams 25()th yidory at Marx- 
land proyided the coach with far more angst than expected. 

With the third-ranked Terrapins up by ooly nine points at halflime 
against Monmouth. Williams wondered yyhelher his leam had the 
tenacity lo finish off the tfawks. 

In the Hrst half xxe yvere a little flat. . , I was very yyorried at 
halflime. I was yery concerned walking oul lor the second half." he 
S)iid. 

His fear vanished shortly after he arrived at the bench. The 
Terrapins started yvlth a 13-0 run and pulled avxay lo their eighth 
straight victory. 91-55. 

After allowing the Hawks (4-4) logo U)-or-33 Inim the field in the 
First hall. Maryland oulscored Monmouth 4.5-18 oxer the final 20 
minutes. 

"Coach came in here and gave us a mouthful." said Juan Dixon, 
who finished with 18 points. "1 think in the second half yxe played 
great." 

Byron Mouton scored 17 points for the Terrapins (8-1). who 
extended the nation's longest non-conference home winning streak to 
82 games. 

Russ Anderson scored 1 2 points for the Hawks, who faded against 
the deeper, taller and more talented Terrapins. 

IMIIVE COIMSECUTIVE IVCAA TOUR^AMEIMTS • SWEET SIXTEEIM IIM SIX DF THE LAST IMIIME YEARS • TWO COIMSECUTIVE FIIXIAL FOURS • ZS WIM« IIV FOUR §TRAIGHT Yt4R§ 



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Bee, 


27. 2001 
















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FT 


O-D 


Rob 


F 


\ 


T 


B 


SPIs 


Davis 


f 11 


0-1 


04) 


0-0 


0-3 


3 


3 





2 








Johnson 


f 27 


,5-15 


4-10 


IMI 


2-5 


7 


3 


4 


3 


I) 


1 14 


Hess 


c 36 


9-II1 


2-lli 


1-2 


3-2 


5 


3 


2 


9 


11 


11 21 


Rivers 


S 19 


1-5 


ll-l 


1141 


1-3 


4 





1 


2 





2 


U'Anloni 


e 31 


0-4 


ll-l 


2-2 


l)-5 


5 


2 


5 


4 





3 2 


t,ec 


1 


0-1 


ll-l 


11-2 


1-0 


1 


1 








1 





Slnihliehn 


18 


4-9 


11-2 


1-2 


3-3 


6 


2 





1 





1 9 


Markham 


17 


2-4 


1-2 


0-0 


0-2 


2 


2 


2 


2 





5 


Carhan^tt 


10 


2-3 


2-3 


0-0 


0-1 


1 





1 








1 6 


\ililianeo 


6 


0-3 


0-2 


0-0 


0-3 


3 


I) 


1 








I) 


Sorenson 


2 


(1-0 


0-0 


041 


0-1 


1 


I) 














Dusslns 


9 


n-0 


0-0 


041 


0-2 


2 


3 


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I) 


Cope 


13 


7-7 


041 


2-3 


2-2 


4 


4 





1 





16 


Team 










24) 


2 












Totals 


200 


SO-71 


9-35 


6-11 


14-32 


4G 


23 


17 


17 


1 


6 73 


Maryland 


MIn 


Ft 


3FG 


n 


ll-D 


Ri'h 


F 


y 


T 


B 


SPIs 


Mouton 


f 25 


4-8 


2-2 


9-12 


1-2 


:i 


2 


3 


(1 





2 19 


Holden 


f 22 


2-3 


2-3 


1-3 


l-l 


2 


3 


1 


1 


2 


2 7 


Baxter 


c 27 


5-12 


0-0 


2-5 


5-5 


10 


2 


1 





3 


12 


IliXOll 


8 33 


8-13 


3-4 


0-0 


11-4 


4 


1 


9 


3 





4 19 


Blake 


e 31 


2-8 


2-6 


2-2 


0-5 


5 


3 


11 


2 


1 


3 8 


Badu 


1 


0-0 


0-0 


04) 


0-11 


11 


1 


11 


11 


11 





McCall 


4 


1-2 


1-2 


1-2 


ll-l) 


11 





I) 


(1 


1 


4 


Collins 


7 


0-0 


1141 


ll-ll 


ll-l 


1 


1 


2 


1 





1 


Meholas 


18 


5-8 


2-5 


2-2 


11-2 


2 


1 


2 





(1 


14 


Grinnoii 


3 


ll-l 


n-1 


1)4) 


041 


II 


1 


1 


1 








Randle 


13 


.;.6 


1-1 


2-2 


2-7 


9 


1 





1 





9 


Uileox 


16 


4-7 


0-0 


3-3 


1-3 


4 


1 


II 


2 


2 


II II 


Team 










0-1 


1 












Totals 


200 34-7U 13-2422-31 


10-31 


41 


17 


28 


It 


9 


12103 


William S Marx (3-6 






35 


40 




75 










Maryland (9-2) 






50 


53 


- 103 










FG% - \Vm 


S Mars 


423. Maryland .486 


3FG% 


-\\n 


& Xlary 


25 


7. Maryland 


.542 Fr% 


Wm S Mary .34 


5, Maryland .710. Technical Foals 


Johnson 


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Gm 12: \m\ Maryland 72. \6 Hlale 6J 

R\LEIGH, \.C. — The guys with Final Kuur experience showed 
the young teain ho« lo finish off a game as Maryland went eighl-and- 
a-half minutes without a field goal in the second half, hut Ste\e Blake 
and Juan Divon produced enough olfense late as the eighth-ranked 
Terrapins edged North Carolina Stale 72-63. 

"We had lo struggle in the second half to keep our composure, 
which we did." added Gary Williams, who became the lOlh coach to 
win 31 least 100 ACC games. 'We weren't pretty, but that game could 
have been lost very easily." 

The Terrapins (10-21 made just six baskets over the llnal 20 
minutes, but more than made up for it at the foul line, going 35-of-49 
in the physical \tlantic Goast Conference opener for both teams. 

The two combined lo commit 57 fouls and shoot 81 free thrown as 
Maryland beat the Hoitpack (10-31 for the 20th time in the last 23 
meetings- 

DLvon finished I2-hir-l-l from the foul line as the Terrapins made 
their final 1 5 free throws. 

The Terrapins were just 3-fo^l6 from the field In the second half, 
but led oD-52 with 3:33 left. Blake then hit a baseline shot and a 3- 
pointer in a span of 57 seconds, and DLvon added a fadeaway baseline 
shot as Maryland strung together some offense w hen it counted most. 

Divons basket gave Maryland a 62-56 lead with 35 seconds left, 
and he made eight straight free throws down the stretch to ice it. 
finishing with 21 points 

\nthony Crundv led the Wblfpack with 18 points. 

Maryland committed I!) turnovers, but none o\er the final 6:14. 

NC State missed 31 of its first -14 shots but only Irailed 40-34 
early in the sec(md half as Maryland's offense was also out of sync 
and Baxter went to the bench with four fouls with 13:04 lefl. 

The Wolfpack brietly took the lead for three possessions, but Blake's 
two free throws with 5:37 left put Maryland up for good 



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2001 












Man 1,11111 


Mill 


K. 


.WG 


n 


0-D 


Rrb 


F 


\ 


T 


B 


SPls 


Mituluii 


1 23 


2-7 


8-2 


641 


1-3 


4 


4 


1 


3 





HI 


ttill.iV 


f 31 


2-6 


(1-8 


5-9 


3-9 


12 


4 


1 





2 


9 


Bavler 


r 28 


4-8 


(W 


3-8 


1-7 


8 


5 





1 


2 


1 11 


i)l\on 


8 38 


4-9 


1-3 


12-14 


0-5 


5 


4 





9 


n 


4 21 


tilakc 


g 38 


2-3 


1-2 


6-6 


0-4 


4 


3 


5 


1 


11 


3 11 


Mcliill 


2 


(HI 


04) 


1-2 


0-1 


1 








8 





1 


Xicholas 


21 


2-2 


1-1 


04) 


0-1 


1 


4 


2 


3 


1 


5 


Riindle 


1 


0-11 


841 


041 


041 














(1 


8 


llnklcii 


211 


1-5 


0-2 


2-2 


0-3 


3 


3 





2 


11 


(1 4 


Tcim 










2-2 


4 












Ibtals 


2IHI 


17-42 


3-10 33-49 


7-33 


42 


27 


9 


19 


3 


8 72 


XCSIalf 


Min 


k; 


3FG 


FT 


0-D 


Reb 


F 


y 


T 


B 


SPls 


HiMlge 


1 32 


5-11 


0-1 


4-4 


6-ti 


12 


4 


1 


4 


1 


1 14 


MelMll 


f 26 


3-9 


1-3 


3-1 


2-6 


8 


4 


1 


4 





10 


Piraell 


c 21 


0-5 


0-1 


0-1 


1-2 


3 


4 


2 





2 





r,ruci(h 


e 34 


5-17 


0-5 


8-11 


5-2 


7 


4 


2 


3 





3 18 


Miller 


8 26 


1-7 


0-2 


041 


041 





2 


3 


1 





2 2 


tvtimov 


13 


1-4 


1-2 


3-4 


1-1 


2 


3 











6 


ttalkins 


f> 


1-3 


0-2 


34 


0-2 


2 


2 











5 


Sherrill 


i| 


1-3 


1-3 


1-2 


0-1 


1 


I 











4 


i.'rawfott] 


20 


3-7 


0-1 


0-2 


1-1 


2 


2 


1 








6 


i:ollins 


13 


8-1 


04) 


04) 


1-0 


1 


4 


1 


8 








Team 










1-3 


4 






1 






Totals 


200 20-67 


3-20 22-32 


18-24 


42 30 


11 


13 


3 


6 63 


Manland (1(1-2. l-lll 






32 


40 




72 










\i: Slate 110-3.0-11 






28 


37 




65 










Kfc»« ■ Marvland 411^ 


\C sum- 29H 3re«o - Vlaryland .3IH1, \C Stale . 1 58. FT* 


- Manland 


714 \l 


Stale 


1.88 


Technical Fouls - 


nnnr Ofllclals 


- Frank 


siadwlta 


,eslic J.iiKN Iln 


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Cm 13: im\ Manland 92. \orfolk Slate 69 

(XlLLEGt: PARK. Md. — Maryland treated its final non-.\CC visi- 
lur to Cole Field House the same way it did the previous 83. 

Juan DLyon scored 1 7 points as the sLxth-ranked Terrapins extended 
the nation's longest non-conference home winning streak to 84 games 
with a 92-6n mut of Norfolk State. 

Marvland. which played its last non-league game in Cole history. 
was last beaten bv a non-conference opponent at Cole on December 
12. 1989 during coach Gary Williams' First season. 

Freshman Ryan Randle added 12 points and five blocks for 
Maryland, which also received five blocks by Tahj Holden. The 1 3 blocks 
by Ihe Terrapins wert' the most since they rejected 16 shots on 
Receniber I. 1988again.si Maryland-Easlern Shonv 

"H hen we are like Ihal. we're tough lo beat." Williams said. "Chris 
(Wilcox) snuck In with nine (points), and we almost had six guys In 
double figures, so that is good lo see." 



Holden capped an 1 8-6 run with a 3-pointer for a 28-1 4 advantage 
with 8:40 left before halftime. Drew Nicholas' 3-polnter ended a 7-1 
run and opened a 37-1 7 lead w1lh 3:30 to go. and the Terrapins took 
a 45-28 advantage into Intermission. 

.\ 3-pointer by Dixon capped an 1 1-3 run to start the second half 
for a 56-31 ad\antage with 16 minutes remaining. The lead grew to 
26 points in the final 20 minutes. 

The Terrapins posted the win despite playing without starling 
center Lonny Baxter, who was out with an ankle sprain. 

Randle helped pick up the slack inside b\ making 6-of-ll shots 
and grabbing eight rebounds. Holden and ByTtm Mouton each had six 
boards. 

Freshman .Andre Collins, a 5-9 guard, also provided a spark by 
scoring a season-high 10 points on 3-of-6 shooting oH" the bench, 

Dai^lTowe had 14 points lo lead Norfolk State (3-101 while Michael 
no\d had nine and 18 rebounds. 



MWILWD 9 


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FG 


3FG 


FT 


(111 


Krli 


F 


y 


T 


B 


SPls 


Smilli 


f 


20 


3-8 


1-3 


4-6 


2-0 


2 





1 


2 





11 


Boyd 


f 


28 


3-9 


04) 


3-5 


7-11 


18 


3 


1 


1 





1 9 


Mail 


c 


17 


1-7 


0-0 


04) 


1-2 


3 


1 





1 





2 


«inslon 


e 


31 


4-13 


1-1 


0-0 


0-2 


2 


2 


1 


4 





1 9 


Time 


? 


31 


5-11 


04) 


4-3 


2-4 


6 








1 


1 


1 14 


B\Td. J 




10 


1-4 


0-2 


04) 


041 

















8 2 


B\rd. \, 




9 


ll-l 


041 


2-2 


1-2 


3 


1 


1 


3 





2 


Mill.« 




20 


4-7 


04) 


04) 


041 


8 


1 


1 


2 


1 


1 8 


BjTd. II 




4 


1-3 


0-2 


(H) 


1-0 


1 


1 











8 2 


Hicks 




25 


3-9 


0-1 


1-1 


24) 


2 


1 


1 





2 


2 7 


Sevi-ard 




10 


04) 


04) 


1-2 


1-2 


3 


1 





1 


3 


1 


Voun^ 




5 


1-1 


04) 


0-1 


04) 





1 


8 


2 





2 


Team 












3-3 


6 






1 










200 26-73 


2-12 15-22 20-26 


46 


12 


6 


18 


7 


6 69 


Uai^laml 




MIn 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


n-D 


Reh 


F 


\ 


T 


B 


SPts 


Maulon 


f 


28 


341 


fl-1 


04) 


4-2 


6 


3 


2 


4 





1 6 


Wilcm 


f 


20 


4-9 


04) 


1-2 


2-2 


4 


3 


3 


1 


2 


1 9 


Holden 


c 


32 


6-7 


2-2 


2-2 


2-4 


6 


3 


4 


2 


^ 


2 16 


DLvon 


g 


25 


7-18 


2-7 


1-1 


2-3 


5 





3 


8 


1 


1 17 


Blake 


e 


31 


34i 


1-3 


04) 


0-5 


5 


1 


9 


2 


1 


7 


Badu 




2 


0-\ 


0-1 


041 


0-1 


1 


1 


I 








n 


Mcijll 




4 


1-3 


1-1 


04) 


04) 











n 





3 


Collins 




11 


5-6 


041 


0-0 


0-1 


1 


1 


1 








8 10 


Xicholas 




211 


3-4 


2-2 


2-3 


0-2 


2 


1 


2 


2 


I 


1 10 


Grinnim 




2 


041 


041 


2-2 


0-1 


1 


1 


1 








8 2 


Randle 




25 


6-11 


041 


0-1 


2-6 


8 


3 








5 


1 12 


Team 












1-2 


3 












Tolals 




200 38-73 


8-17 


8-11 


13-29 


42 


17 


26 


11 


13 


I 92 


Norfolk Slale|3-lll| 






28 


41 




69 










Manland 11 1-1 


1 






45 


47 




92 










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.Manland 471. 


n% - Norfolk SI ,682. Maryland 


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Gm 14: 14/41 Maryland 112. \orlh Carolina 19 

Clil.l.KGE I'yRK \ld — Juan liixon scon-d 29 iioints as No. 4 
Maryland rolled lo a 1 12-79 victory over North Carolina, the Terra- 
pins' most lopsided victory in the 79-\ear-old rivalry and just two 
points shy of matching North Carolina's worst-ever .\tlanlic Coast Con- 
ference defeat. 

The 1 1 2 points allowed were the most ever by a Carolina learn. 

Maryland (12-2. 2-0) led by as many as 39 points before coach 
Gary Williams emptied his bench. But the margin of victory easily 
eclipsed Maryland's 25-poinl rout of North Carolina in February 1 939, 

"^ou never expect it." Williams said. "Let's face it. we probably 
shot better than we have all year." 

The Terrapins went 44-lor-76 from the field (38 percenll and 
matched their season-high with a school-record-tying 13 3-pointers. 

Slev e Blake had a career-high 1 4 assists, BvTon Mouton scored 
17 points and Chris Wilcox added 16 for the Terrapins, who opened 
the second half w ith a 1 9-8 run lo go up by 3 1 , 

Jason Capel scored 27 points for the Tar Heels (5-7. 1-2). Down 
102-61 . North ("anilina was in danger of eclipsing a dubious 33-point 
loss to Duke in 1964. 

Maryland and Dixon set the tone early, using runs of 9-2 and 1 2-5 
to lake a 28-13 lead with seven minutes elapsed, Dixon, who had 
eight steals for the game, led the charge with 1 4 points, including two 
3-pointers and two free throws following a technical foul against the 
llustered INC coach Malt Doherty. 

The Tar Heels made eight of their first 1 1 Held goal attempts — all 
Ihe misses were from 3-poiiil range — but had 1 turnovers and trailed 
35-18 after nine minutes 



North Carolina then missed Us ne.\l live shots and twice turned 
the ball over as the Terrapins reeled off eight straight points to boost 
the margin to 25 points. 

The Tar Heels responded with an 8-0 run to close to 43-26. It was 
49-28 before Williams made two straight baskets to spark a 9-2 spurt 
that cut Ihe deficit to 14. but North Carolina got no closer. 

Maryland led 67-45 early in the second half before Dixon hit a 3- 
pointer and W ilcox. Mouton and Lonny Baxter follow ed with dunks to 
give the Terrapins a 31-polnl cushion. 



MVRILVND 1 12, NORTH C\ROLI\» 79 


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No. Carolina 


MIn 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-D 


Reb 


F 


A 




B 


SPls 


Capel 1 


33 


10-19 


541 


2-2 


1-4 


5 


4 


5 







3 27 


Johnson f 


21 


0-2 


0-2 


04) 


1-2 


3 


4 


2 










BerslicKiT c 


19 


4-7 


0-0 


2-2 


1-2 


3 


2 







2 


10 


Manuel ^ 


26 


1-4 


8-1 


1-1 


0-3 


3 





2 







3 


Boone « 


17 


3-5 


2-3 


04) 


0-1 


1 





4 







I 8 


Scoll 


21 


2-7 


2-5 


0-0 


04) 





1 


5 




8 


3 6 


Morrison 


9 


1-2 


1-2 


0-0 


041 


8 





4 







1 3 


Holmes 


4 


0-1 


041 


04) 


0-1 


1 


II 







11 


II 


Williams 


18 


4-8 


0-1 


0-2 


1-2 


3 













8 


Melendez 


18 


2-3 


0-0 


04) 


24) 


2 





1 







1 4 


Uns 


22 


5-10 


841 


041 


2-5 


7 


2 


1 




2 


8 10 


Team 










2-1 


3 


1 










Totals 


200 32-68 


10-22 


3-7 


10-21 


31 


14 


24 


23 


4 


9 79 


Manland 


MIn 


F4; 


3re 


FT 


0-D 


Keti 


F 


A 




B 


SPts 


yiouinn 1 


29 


8-14 


1-2 


0-0 


3-2 


7 


2 


3 







3 17 


Wikm 1 


27 


6-13 


0-0 


4-6 


2-1 


6 





3 




3 


2 16 


Baxter r 


24 


3-3 


04) 


3-6 


3-1 


7 


2 


2 




2 


1 9 


Divon e 


26 


11-18 


54) 


2-2 


1-2 


3 


1 


2 







8 29 


Blake e 


32 


4-8 


3-1 


i-2 


14) 


9 


8 


14 







12 


Badu 


2 


0-0 


041 


04) 


0-1 


1 





3 










yicCall 


7 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 


0-8 





1 


8 







1 


Collins 


9 


3-5 


1-3 


0-0 


0-1 


1 





3 







7 


Xicholas 


13 


2-3 


1-2 


041 


0-3 


3 


1 


1 







3 


(irinnon 


4 


1-2 


1-2 


04) 


1-0 


1 













3 


Randle 


12 


i-1 


0-0 


1-1 


1-2 


3 


3 







1 


2 9 


Holden 


15 


2-3 


1-1 


(Kl 


1-1 


t 


3 


1 


3 


2 


2 5 


Team 










041 















Tolals 


200 44-76 13-231 1-17 15-28 


43 


13 


32 


18 


8 


19112 


Xo. Caitilina (5 


It- 


2137 


42 




79 














Manland (12-2 


2-0 


57 


55 




112 














FG«i) - Xorth Carolina .471 


Manland .57 


1 3FC'Vi - North Carolina 


455. Marv- 


land .565, FT* 


- N{irtll Canillna , 


14. yianland.647 


Technical Fouls 


-Xorth 


Carolina henrh 


onirlals - 


Karl Hess. Gerald Boudivauv, 


Edward Cortielt. \ - 


14.580. 

























Urn / ).' 14I4\ Maryland 92, Georgia Tech 87 

\fL\Nf\ — Juan Dixunwasnt about lolel No 4 Maryland lose to 
lieorgia Tech, When the Terrapins needed a crucial basket, he made 
it. When they desperately needed a big defensive stop, he came 
through. 

Dixon scored 26 points and made a critical steal and pass In the 
final minute, helping Maryland escape with a 92-87 victory over the 
lellow Jackets. 

"Our effort was certainly worthy of winning," Georgia Tech coach 
Paul Hewitt said, "but we got beat hv a great player who makes gtval 
plays in a lot of different ways. If Dixon's not making a 3, he's making 
a great pass. At the end. he made that steal." 

Georgia Tech (7-10. 0-4 Allantic Coast Conference) got as close 
as 68-67 on Halston Lane's basket with 802 remaining and shaved 
the margin to txvo points on seven occasions in the final four minutes. 

Maryland (13-2. 3-0) never relinquished the lead, however. 
The bellow Jackets had their best chance in the final minute afler 
narrowing Maryland's lead to 83-83. Robert Brooks picked off a bad 
pass ioto Ihe lane from Lonny Baxter, and Georgia Tech broke the 
other way. looking to tie things up or go ahead with a 3-poinier 

Instead, Ihe bellow Jackets didn't even get ofi a shot Dixon came 
op from behind Tony ,\kjns al midcourl and stole the ball back. 

The Marvland guard wasn't content with just making the steal. He 
spoiled teammate Chris Wilcox alone under the basket, lobbing a 
perfect pass that Wilcox turned into a clinching dunk with 26.4 sec- 
onds to go. 

Dixon hit four free Ihrow^s in the final 10 seconds to finish off the 
bellow Jackets. 

The Terrapins built a 16-point lead less than 10 minutes into Ihe 
game but struggled to hold ofi the Yellow Jackets. 

Georgia Tech mighl have pulled off the upset If not for a 25-of-40 
performance at the foul line Maryland, on the other hand, connected 
on 29-01-37 free throws — missing just txvo of 22 attempts in the 
second half. 



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Disiin made live 3-poimers. including one Irom nearly 30 feel with 
the sliot clocli running down late in the fii^t half. The 6-foot-3 guard 
also had 1 rehounds to go along « ith four assists and thn-e steals 

Baxter scored 23 points lor Maryland, drawing repeated fouls when 
he got the ball on the inside against the smaller bellow Jackets lie 
made ll-ol-U tree thrcras 

\kins led lit'orgia 1V( h with 24 points. 



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3. 2002 












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3KG IT 


0-D 


Keb 


F 






R 


SPts 


Miilllull 1 ;l-l 710 


U-1 5-6 


0-3 


3 











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ttilC(].\ I 22 6-9 


0-0 2-3 


0-4 


4 











(4 


BavtiT c 27 5-9 


0-0 11-14 


2-7 


9 








1 


1 21 


Dixon 8 3a 7-16 


5-10 7-8 


3-7 


10 











3 26 


Blake g 23 0-2 


0-2 4-4 


0-1 


1 








(I 


4 


Collins 1 0-0 


0-0 0-0 


(1-0 


II 











(1 


Nicilolas 25 14 


1-3 0-0 


0-0 














1 3 


Randic 9 1-2 


0-0 0-0 


0-5 


5 








1 


2 


llolclen 21 1-2 


l-l 0-2 


0-4 


4 











3 


Team 




2-3 


5 












TolalK 300 28-3.1 


7-17 29.37 


7-14 


41 


28 


21 


14 


2 


5 92 


Ca. Tech Min re 


3KG FT 


01) 


Reb 








B 


SFIs 


Moore r 32 2-7 


ll-l 7-13 


3-5 


8 








1 


1 11 


Nelson r 34 6-9 


0-0 6-10 


1-7 


8 








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1 l» 


Brooks r 21 1-2 


O-fl 2-2 


1-4 


5 








(1 


2 4 


Akins g 37 7-14 


.5-9 5-6 


0-1 


1 











1 24 


Lewis 8 35 4-10 


3-6 1-2 


1-0 


1 








(1 


4 12 


Elder 4 1-1 


0-0 n-n 


0-0 














2 


Muliammad III 4-6 


l)-fl 2-5 


1-3 


4 








(1 


10 


kanc 12 1-7 


li-3 2-2 


0-1 


1 








(1 


4 


Mcllenrx 6 1-2 


0-1 0-0 


0-0 














2 


Team 




1-1 


2 












Thlals 200 27-38 


8-20 23-40 


8-22 


30 25 


17 


II 


2 


9 87 


Mantend |13-2. 3-01 


48 


44 




92 










lia. Tech (7-10. 0-41 


35 


52 




87 










F«% - Marrtand .591. Georgia Tech .466. 3FG% 


-Maryland 412. Ceorgia Tech 


.400. Fr% - Marslanil .784. Gfoigla lech .625. Technical Fouls 


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ie Onicials 


- I.arr> Rose. Jamie l.uckic. John l]aliil!. 4 


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Cm /6: ///// Duke 99. \m\ Maryland 78 

111 RIIWI, \ C —Jasiiii Williams has had .liolol great games for 
No. I Duke. His output against Maryland was high on the list. 

The third-ranked Terrapins were unable to slop the .\II-American 
guard, w ho scored 34 points as the Blue De\lls took o\er llrst place in 
the Mlantic Coast Conference with a 99-78 victory. 

Williams had struggled some against the Terrapins in his career, 
shooting 39 percent in seven previous outings, but he was on this 
time. In addition to shooting l3-for-23 from the Held. Williams had 
eight assists, seven rehounds and three steals. 

Williams helped lead a defensive charge that forced \Iar\land into 
3(1 percent shooting in the second hall and 2 1 turnovers that led to 30 
points for the Blue Devils (15-1. 4-11. 

I.onny Baxter led Maryland ( 1 3-3. 3- 1 1 with 24 points before foul- 
ing out with 3:46 left and his team down la points. 

Juan Dixon, who was averaging 2.5.3 points in his previous three 
.WC games, was held lo HI puinis b\ Duke defensive specialist Dahnlav 
Jones. 

\fter an incredible 30 lead changes in the opening 23 minutes, 
Williams scored seven points in a one-minute span, getting two driv- 
ing lavitps and a 3-pomter as Duke opened the second hall with scores 
on eight straight possessions to take the lead for good. 

Mike Dunleavv. who scored just two ftrst-half points, was also a 
hero in Ihe second half, scoring 19 points. Carlos Boozer added 2(1 
for the Blue Devils. 

Duke led 73-63 with 12:39 left before Ihe Terrapins closed within 
three Iwo minutes later. But Dunleavy hit a bank shot, a 3-pointer and 
Williams turned a .Maryland turnover into a slam dunk to push the 
Icadliackto III 

\bout a minute later. Dunleavy made two free throws and hit a 
long 3-pointer as Maryland fell behind again b\ double digits and 
then laded down Ihe stretch. 

The top Iw scoring teams in the \{X combined to score 97 points 
in the first hall as the lead changed hands 25 times as neither team 
could pull away 

The lead changed hands 10 limes before the first television timeout 
as the Blue Devils and Terrapins at one point combined to score on 
1 1 ol 1 3 possessions as the game raced at a lever pitch. 

The largest lead of the opening hall was seven points by Duke as 
W illiams took control earl>, scoring 1 5 points over Ihe first 11:15. 

But for the fifth straight time in the intense series, the leam that 
trailed at halftime won. 



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Cameioii 


Ddoor Sladjuoi 


-Jan 


17,2002 














Maryland 


tlln 


FG 


3FC 


FT 


O-D 


Reb 


F 


* 


T 


B 


SPIs 


Mouton 


1 23 


3-8 


0-1 


041 


2-( 


3 


2 


1 


2 





6 


ttllrox 


1 22 


6-9 


0-0 


2-5 


2-5 


7 


3 


4 


3 


2 


1 14 


Baxter 


c 27 


8-14 


0-0 


8-15 


44 


8 


5 


1 


a 


3 


1 24 


lllvon 


g 36 


2-9 


14 


5-6 


(4 





3 


2 


2 





1 III 


Bl.ikc 


S 32 


2-5 


14 


0-0 


11-3 


3 


1 


8 


6 





1 5 


Badli 


1 


0-U 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


n 














(1 


Collins 


4 


0-U 


0-0 


0-0 


n-n 











1 








Nicholas 


24 


5-6 


0-0 


2-2 


2-3 


5 


4 


2 


2 





( (2 


Grinnon 


1 


(Ml 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


I) 

















Randlf 


12 


3-9 


0-0 


1-1 


3-3 


6 


2 





1 





7 


lloldrn 


18 


0-3 


0-1 


041 


(-1 


2 


1 





1 





(1 


Tram 










3-1 


4 












Tnlals 


200 29-63 


2-10 18-29 


18-23 


43 21 


18 


2t 


3 


3 78 


llukr 


MIn 


FG 


3FC 


FT 


0-1) 


Rfb 




\ 


T 


B 


SPIs 


Jones 


f 38 


4-11 


14 


0-0 


1-0 


1 







2 


2 


(1 9 


Oimleavy 


1 33 


7-15 


2-5 


5-6 


2-7 


9 




4 


1 





7 21 


Boozer 


c 26 


6-10 


0-0 


8-8 


14 


5 










1 


20 


Duhon 


g 35 


2-5 


0-1 


2-3 


0-0 







4 


2 





3 6 


Wlllams 


S 34 


13-23 


14 


7-10 


2-5 


7 




8 


3 


1 


3 34 


Ewing 


14 


2-3 


1-1 


0-0 


0-3 


3 













a 5 


Bucfcner 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 










(1 





(1 


Sanders 


8 


1-2 


04) 


0-0 


1-1 


1 







1 





2 


Christeusen 9 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


141 


1 







(1 





( 2 


l,ovc 


1 


ll-O 


11-0 


0-0 


0-0 


II 







(1 





(1 


ll-am 










4-2 


6 












Iblals 


20U 36-70 


3-13 


22-27 


12-21 


33 21 


16 


9 


4 


14 99 


Marjland (13-3. ,3-1 






49 


29 




78 










Duke ((5-1 


.4-11 






-IS 


51 




99 










FC% - Marvland .460. tlukr .514 


3FG«< 


- Marvlani 


.200. Duke 


333 


FT««- 


Marvland .621 Duke ,815 


IVrhnical Fouls - X 


nc OlDclals 


- Jim Burr Mike 


Wood. Ted \ak-nline 


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(im IT. imi )lar}land 99. Clemsoa 90 

(:iil,l.i:i;i: I'\KK. mo — Juan Dixon scored 23 points and Loony 
Baxter had 21 as No. 3 Maryland bounced back from a loss to top- 
ranked Duke bv holding oft Clemson 99-90. 

Dixon, held lo 10 points in the Terrapins* 99-78 loss to the Blue 
Devils in the Terps' last game, hit lour 3-pointers to become Maryland's 
career leader in 3s with 1 89. He surpassed the previous mark held b> 
Johnnv Rhodes (186). 

Baxler did most of his work close to the basket in coming within 
four points of a season-high. He shot just 5-fo^l2 on free throws. 
Chris Wilcox notched his third career double-double with 17 points 
and a career-high 1 4 rebounds for Maryland (14-3. 4-1 .Wlantic Coast 
Conferencel. The Terrapins committed a season-low six turnovers in 
beating the llgers for the eighth straight time. 

Tony Stockman made six 3-poinIers and scored 22 points hir 
Clemson (1 1-8. 2-4). Jamar Mcknight added 20 points and Edward 
Scott had 1 9 lor the Tigers, who lied a school record with 1 5 3-poinl- 
ers, 

Clemson outrebounded Maryland 49-37 and trailed only 86-85 with 
2:57 remaining, Dr^w Nicholas scored seven ol his 13 points in a one- 
minute span to increase Maryland's lead to 93-86 and the Terps held 
on Irom there 

BvTon Mouton added 14 points hir Marvland and Steve Blake had 
13 assists. 

Rav Henderson scored 1 1 points and equaled a career-high wilh 
1 3 rebounds for Clemson. which lost its third straight conference game. 
Chris Hobbs had 12 points. 

Marjland outscored Clemson 10-3 in the opening 4:08 of the sec- 
ond hail to seemingiv take control of a back-and-forth game. Baxter 
started the surge with an inside power move and Dixon capped it with 
a one-handed dunk oft a fastbreak that gave the Terrapins their larg- 
est lead at 62-5 1. 

However. Clemson an.swered with a I2-I run capped by Dvvon 
Clifton's layitp that tied the game at 62. Five Tigers scored during the 
surge, which lealured a 3-pointer by Stockman. 

There would be five more ties before Clemson moved ahead 81-80 
on Sharrod Ford's Iree throw with 5:39 remaining. It was the Tigers' 
first lead since the 5:09 mark ol the first half, but proved to be short- 
lived as the Terrapins scored on their next possession to move back 
ahead and start a 16-7 run. 

It was a high-scoring first half that featured 1 5 lead changes as 
Maryland pounded Ihe ball inside and Clemson countered with im- 
pressive 3-point shooting. Baxter had 1 3 points and Dixon 1 2 as the 
Terrapins used a late 8-0 run to lake a 52-48 halftime lead The ll- 
gers hil 1 l-of-16 first half 3-pointers in the half. 



MM(VI.V\»99. IT,FMS()\90 
















Cole Field House - 


Jan. 20. 2002 














Clemson 


MIn 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


O-D 


Reb F 


\ 


T 


B 


SPIs 


Mcknighi 


1 31 


6-11 


34 


4-7 


3-3 


6 5 


4 


1 


1 


19 


Holibs 


I 30 


4-9 


0-0 


4-7 


4-5 


9 4 


1 


2 





1 12 


Henderson 


r 29 


4-8 


0-0 


34 


2-11 


13 3 





4 


3 


11 


Stockman 


g 37 


8-16 


6-13 


0-0 


2-2 


4 2 


2 


2 





22 


Sciill 


8 40 


7-17 


541 


1-2 


1-6 


7 1 


8 


5 





20 


Nagys 


10 


1-1 


1-1 


0-0 


1-1 


2 5 


1 


2 





3 


Ford 


9 


0-3 


04) 


1-3 


2-1 


3 4 





(J 


1 


1 


Babalola 


3 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 


1-1 


2 





11 


1 





Christie 


3 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 


1-0 


1 














ClIRon 


8 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


1-0 


1 3 





1) 





2 


Team 










1-1 


2 










Totals 


200 31-G9 15-2813-23 19-31 


30 27 


16 


16 


6 


1 90 


Marvland 


MIn 


re 


3FG 


FT 


O-D 


Reb F 


,\ 


T 


B 


SPts 


\loiilnn 


( 28 


4-8 


4-6 


2-2 


04 


4 3 


3 


n 





14 


WlkiJX 


f 28 


7-15 


041 


3-5 


7-7 


14 1 


1 


1) 


1 


1 17 


BiMcr 


c 32 


8-17 


0-0 


5-12 


2-3 


5 4 


2 


1 


3 


3 21 


Dixon 


g 37 


8-18 


4-(0 


3-3 


2-0 


2 1 


2 


1 





3 23 


Blake 


g 32 


1-5 


1-5 


04) 


2-2 


4 3 


13 


2 





1 3 


Collins 


2 


04) 


04) 


0-0 


0-0 


U 





1 








Mctiolas 


21 


4-7 


2-5 


4-5 


114 


4 2 


6 





1 


14 


Randlf 


7 


1-1 


0-0 


1-3 


1-2 


3 1 








1 


1) 3 


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13 


0-1 


04) 


4-6 


0-0 


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1 


2 


1 


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2-2 


4 










■nilals 


200 33-72 


11-2622-36 16-24 


40 18 


27 


6 


8 


8 99 


Clemson (11-8, 241 






48 


42 


- 911 










Maryland (14-3, 4-1 






52 


47 


- 99 










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son ,449, Maryland ,458, 3FG% - Clemson ,536. Maryland .423. Fr% 


- Clem.son 


565, Marvland ,61 1, Tpchnlral Fouls 


- None Offlclals 


- Karl Hess. 


Jim Burr, ,Alan Spainbour .' 


- 14.500 















Cm 18: 13/3] Maijland 85. 121/161 Make Forest 63 

W INSTI IN-S \LE.M, N C — Juan Dixon and Sieve Blake each scored 
1 9 poinis to lead No. 3 Maryland lo an 85-63 victory over No, 21 
Wake Forest, the Terrapins' sixth straight win over the Demon Dea- 
cons, 

Lonny Baxter had 1 2 points. T^hj Holden scored 1 1 and Drew Nicho- 
las finished with 10 for Maryland (15-3, 5-1 .Atlantic Coast Confe^ 
ence|, 

Darius Songalla had 14 points and 10 rebounds for the Demon 
Deacons 1 1 3-6, 3-3). who lost their third straight league game — all 
to Top Ten opponents. 

Wake Forest, which had its nine-game home winning streak 
snapped, had 17 turnovers, struggled to penetrate against Maryland, 
settled for long shots that often missed and shot just 40 percent for 
the game, 

Baxter played just six minutes in Ihe first half, while fellow starter 
l^hris Wilcox was limited to 10 as both watched from the bench with 
tw)i fouls. 

But the Terrapins dldn'l struggle without them, getting 19 first- 
hall points Irom their bench to stay in control <il Ihe game, 

Nicholas, averaging 13 poinis in Maryland's last two games, was 
inslrumental in nine straight points that sparked the Terrapins to a 
34-23 lead w ith 1 :54 left in the first half. Nicholas rified a crisp pass 
that Ryan Randle dunked, then hit a jumper and two 3-pointers in the 
Maryland spurl 

Baxler played just 2 1 minutes while Wilcox finished wilh six points 
in 20 minutes. But the trio of Nicholas. Randle and Holden picked up 
the lost offense for Mary land wilh 27 points oft the bench. 



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2 


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1 20 


3-9 


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2 19 


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0-0 




















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1 


0-0 


0-0 0-0 


0-1 


1 

















Nicholas 


21 


3-7 


2-3 2-2 


0-3 


3 





3 


1 


1 


1 10 


Grinnon 


1 


0-0 


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34 


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4 


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0-1 


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18-19 


37 


21 


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17 


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3 63 


Marvlfind 1 


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36 


411 




85 










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33 




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dm 19: i:i/3l Mmitlund «4. Ilorida Stale 63 

(:iiLLKi;E R\RK, mo, — l'ki\iMf; nm- llic linesl all-anionci Romps 
nf his brillianl college career, .liian l)i\on had 25 polots. 1 1 relmomls 
and eight steals as No, 3 Man land defeated Florida Slale 84-03, 

B>TOn Mouton scored 18 poiiils and Chris Wilcox had 13 for the 
Terrapins (16-3. 6- 1 ,Mlantic Coast Conference), who won their 13th 
straight at home since dropping a 74-71 decision to Florida State the 
pre\ioos Februarj. 

niMin spent several hoors alone in the team weight room thai day. 
pondering the raniincations of the dreadfol loss. So. before tipoff a 
year later, Maryland coach Gary Williams wrote on the board In the 
locker room: RE\E^GE, 

Maryland went on to its first Final Four in 2(101 and iinpmyed its 
record to 26-5 since that defeat, as the Terrapins pulled away in the 
second half behind Dixon, who linished IO-for-19 from the field and 
lied his caroer-high in rebounds and steals. 

Dixon's eight steals — one short of the school record — gave him 
307 for his career and made him the first player in .ACC history to 
amass at least 1 .800 points and 300 steals. 

When he left the game yvlth the outcome no longer in doubt. DLxon 
was shnyvered with cheers by the selliiul crowd of 14.300 

.Anthony Richardson scored 14 points and ,Monle Cummings had 
13 for FSl (10-8, 3-4), yvho tell to 0-4 on the mad in the ACC, The 
Seminoles held the early lead, bul Maryland took its nrst lead yvith 
7 26 lefl and pulled away after halftime, 

Marvland led 39-35 early in the second half before Wilcox hit a 
lumper and Dfxon followed with a juniper and a 3-pointer Lonny liaxler 
scored the Terrapins' next five points, capping the 12-2 spree with a 
resounding dunk, it was 58-47 before Dixon contributed three bas- 
kets 1(1 a 1 4-0 run Ihal put Mary land up by 25 with 7:43 leR. 



MARVI.WI) 84, ILURIDX SrvrH 63 
















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1-4 


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2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


II 5 


Dixon. A, 


1 25 


1-7 


11-3 


3-4 


3-7 


10 


1 


1 


7 





II 5 


Malhrus 


c 16 


2-4 


11-0 


0-3 


2-4 


6 


4 








3 


II 4 


\rrlngtun 


e 38 


4-11 


1-2 


2-2 


4-2 


6 


2 


6 


4 





4 11 


(Jumniincs 


e 29 


5-13 


0-0 


3-3 


1-2 


3 


7 


2 


3 


(1 


13 


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0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


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11 


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19 


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341 


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18-27 


43 


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17 


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2-2 


4 


7 


4 


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7-14 


0-11 


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4.6 


111 


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5-12 


0-0 


4-7 


4-4 


8 


2 





1 


1 


II 14 


llimn 


B 33 


10-19 


4-8 


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5-6 


11 


2 


7 


3 





8 25 


Blake 


R 32 


0-5 


0-3 


041 


1-2 


3 


11 


9 


2 





1 


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3 


0-0 


041 


041 


0-1 


1 


1 





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3 


1-1 


0-0 


041 


0-0 





1 


7 


II 





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17 


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0-2 


1-2 


0-3 


3 


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11 1 


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2 


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49 


17 


23 


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7 


16 84 


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30 




63 










Maryland (16-3, 6-1 






39 


45 




84 










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Cm 20: 1'Mi] Maryland 91. /«/>/ Vwgima SI 

Cll \RL(m l:S\ ILl.i:, \a — Juan Ulxmi said tile impetus lor No 3 
Maryland's stunning comeback victory against No 8 Virginia came at 
the least likely lime — when the Cavaliers thought they had the game 
won 

JusI over six minutes remained, and with Virginia liaving taken a 
74-70 lead. Maryland coach Gary Williams called a limeoul. the crowd 
whipping into a frenzy as the Cavaliers triumphantly headed for the 
bench. 

But Keith .lenifer and Travis Watson of \irginia slopped on their 
way to say something to Williams, leaying him incensed and his team 
determined. 

"They thought they had the win," Dixon said of .Icniter and Watson, 
"so I guess they wanted to show off a little bit. We wanted to protci t 
our coach and we allowed that to motivate us and took it from there," 

The Terrapins tell even further behind, trailing 83-74 with 3:22 
left, but scored 13 of the last 15 iminls, finally taking the lead on 
Dixon's running one-handerw Mb 31 seconds left, and getting a 91 -87 
victory. 

The game marked only the second time in 1 56 meetings that both 
teams came into the game ranked in the Ibi) 10, and both played like 
it. 

\irginia look lis big lead by scoring seven straight points, but Drew 
Nicholas hit bis only two field goals of the game, both 3-pointers. and 
Ihe Terrapins went 4-for-5 from the line at the end to clinch it. 

Maryland finished 25-foi^26 from the line, the only miss coming in 
the final seconds, while Virginia had seven costly misses in 19 tries 
from the line in the second half, repeatedly failing to build its lead- 
Neither team led by more than seven points in the second half 
ontil Virginia took its big lead, but Nicholas' two huge shots gave 
them life and Ihe veteran DLxon took oyer with the outcome still to be 
decided 

BvTon Mouton led Maryland (17-3.7-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) 
with 2 1 points. Dixon had 1 6 and Lonny Baxter added 1 4 points and 
10 rebounds. 

Roger Mason ,lr had 29 points for Ihe Cayaliers ( 1 4-4. 4-4). while 
Watson had 19 points and 12 rebounds. 

Wilh his team trailing 83-74. Dixon made two free thixiws and 
('hris Wilcox had a dunk off a turnover for Maryland Chris Williams 
hit a toogh layup and was fouled, further whipiiing the crowd up. but 
Williams missed the free throw, and Nicholas hit his llrst 3-pointer to 
make it 85-81. 

The teams exchanged pairs of free throws bchire Nicholas hit his 
second 3. and Dixon followed by dri\ing around Ihe Cavaliers' de- 
fense into the corner, then hilling the baseline shot to give Maryland 
the lead 



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Wllrox 


1 20 4-11 


041 


ii-n 


3-5 


8 


3 


1 


1 





1 8 


Baxter 


(■ 33 6-10 


041 


2-2 


3-7 


III 


4 


(1 


2 


4 


1 14 


nivon 


S 36 5-13 


1-3 


5-5 


1-2 




7 


4 


7 





16 


Blake 


(i 26 4-7 


l-l 


2-2 


0-0 


II 


7 


4 


3 





1 11 


Collins 


1 041 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


11 





II 








11 


Nirholas 


22 2-4 


2-2 


11-0 


1-3 


-1 


7 


2 


1 


1 


6 


Randir 


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0-0 


0-0 


0-3 


3 


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4-9 


23-26 


16-29 


43 


211 


14 


12 


5 


3 91 


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2 


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Wllllaiilv 


1 ■:' 7.,^: 


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9-13 


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4 


3 


5 


1 


1 


11 13 


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0-0 


1-4 


10-2 


12 


4 


1 


2 


1 


1 19 


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11-11 


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0-3 


3 


4 


3 


2 





1 4 


Mason 


8 39 8-21 


5-11 


8-1! 


0-2 


2 


4 


5 


1 


11 


3 29 


Harper 


17 1-1 


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J-l 


0-3 


3 





2 





11 


7 


Hall 


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0-2 


11-0 


141 


1 


1 


11 





II 


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Clark 


15 1-1 


0-0 


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0-0 


11 


1 


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12 4-8 


2-4 


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0-2 


7 


3 


1 





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2 












Totals 


200 28-66 


8-19 23-31 


13-19 


34 


22 


17 


8 


5 


6 87 


Maryland (17-3, 7-11 44 


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(im 21: I'M] Warylani 89. U, Slale 73 

COI.I.FGl-: l!\RK. Md. — For 30 mlnules. North Carolina State 
appeared poised to end its long drought against No. 3 Maryland. 
Then Ihe Terrapins turned up their defense, leaving the Wblfpack to 
ponder yet another resounding defeat at Cole Field House 

,luan Dixon scored 27 points, including seven in a 16-2 second- 
half run that carried Maryland past NC State 89-73 

Lonny Baxter had 16 points for the Terrapins, who kept pace 
with top-ranked Duke atop Ihe Allantif Coast Conference. Maryland 
(18-3.8-1) maintained its best starl in Ihe ACC since 1980 

The Terrapins trailed 57-55 wilh 1010 lell before pulling away 
to their fillh straight victory and 10th in 1 1 games, 

Anthony Grundy scored 19 points for the Wolfpack ( 16-6. 5-4). 
who lost for the 20th time in 23 games against Maryland, including 
13 straight at Cole Field House. 

Resei-xe Ryan Randle started the Maryland comeback with a free 
throw, and Bjiyin Mooton scored on a follow shot to put the Terra- 
pins ahead Kir good, Randle added a put-back. Dixon hit a 3-pointer 
and Mouton drilled a fadeaway jumper to make it 65-57. 

Mler Wolfpack freshman Julius Hodge sank two free throws. 
Randle maije a layup and Dixon hll a 3-pointer NC State was then 
cited lor a shot clock violation, a call that brotighl an enraged Sendck 
charging onto Ihe court 

Sendek received a technical foul, and Dixon made one nf iwo 
shuts for a 71-39 lead with Five minules lo go 

Dixmi linished 7-fi)r-15 from Ihe Held, sinking 5-lor-8 from 3- 
point range. He also went 8-lor-9 at the foul line. 

The Terrapins led 47-40 early in the second half before Ulan 
Eviimov and Hodge made successive 3-pointers to cap an 8-0 spree 
that put the Wblfpack in fronl. 

Maryland battled back to take the lead, hot NC Slate reeled off 
live straight points to go up 57-55. DLxon and the Ttrrapins then 
took over 

Maryland committed five turnovers and missed si.x of its first 1 
shols Id dig an early hide, and Grundy scored four points during an 
1 1-0 run that put the Uollpack up 18-9, 

It was 22- 15 before Baxter scon-d six points in an 8-3 surge Ihat 
got Maryland within a basket. The Wblfpack momenlarily stemmed 
the charge, but two straight turnovers led to four free throws by 
Drew Nicholas and a 29-29 lie 

Nt' Slale led 36-35 beforo Steve Blake hll a 3-pointer and Dixon 
lolloweil wilh a three-point play to help Marxiand take a 41-38 half- 
time lead 



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l-l 


1-1 


O-ll 


(Ml 








11 








3 


kceler 


1 


0-0 


11-0 


O-ll 


0-0 




















Ko.icll 


1 


O-ll 


041 


o-ll 


0-0 











II 





(1 


SIll'ITlll 


13 


2-4 


1-3 


11-11 


141 


1 


1 


11 


1 


1 


1 5 


Crattlonl 


13 


1-2 


0-0 


2-4 


0-1 


1 


1 


1 


11 





4 


Collins 


16 


1-3 


0-0 


11-0 


0-3 


3 


2 


11 


2 


(I 


2 


MeMn 


9 


2-3 


0-1 


ll-l 


0-1 


1 


4 


1 


1 





4 


■fcam 










2-11 


7 


1 




2 






Totals 


200 23-30 


9-24 14- 17 


C-17 


23 


23 


13 


21 


4 


6 73 


Manland 


MIn 


FC 


3IC 


IT 


n-l) 


Rot) 


F 


\ 


T 


B 


Sins 


Moulon 


1 31 


6- 10 


1141 


1-4 


4-2 


6 


3 


4 


7 


u 


(1 13 


ttillox 


r 18 


3-5 


041 


1-2 


1-3 


4 


4 


2 


2 


1 


7 


Bavier 


r 26 


6-9 


0-0 


4-7 


3-2 


5 


3 


3 


3 


1 


16 


llLMIIl 


a 37 


7-15 


5-8 


8-9 


1-4 


5 


3 


3 


7 





4 27 


lilakr 


a 31 


3-7 


7-5 


4-4 


0-5 


5 


2 


6 


,1 





2 12 


Milall 


1 


11-0 


0-0 


1141 


11-11 








II 


(1 








Collins 


1 


11-0 


0-0 


0-0 


IHl 








11 


(1 


(1 


(1 (1 


Xliiiiilas 


19 


0-2 


ll-l 


4-4 


ll-l 


1 


1 


2 


2 


11 


1 4 


Crliinoii 


1 


0-0 


11-11 


0-0 


IMl 


(1 











(1 





Kjilille 


13 


3-3 


ll-ll 


1-2 


2-1 


3 


11 





1 


(1 


2 7 


llolden 


22 


0-4 


(1-0 


3-4 


0-2 


7 


2 


1 


1 





3 


lealli 










341 


3 












Totals 


200 28-55 


7-14 26-30 


14-20 


34 


in 


21 


16 


2 


9 89 


XC Slate (16-6. 5-41 






38 


35 




73 










Manland 118-3. 8-1 






41 


48 




89 










i'i;«»-\c 


Slale 500, Maryland 509 3F6% - XC Slate .373 


Marvland 5 


10, FTSi 


- Xi: Sl;ili 


824, Marvlanil 


,722 Teehnlral Fools - w; Stair (Hodge, 


licnch). 


lllllclats - 


karl Hess 


Carry 


Kosr, 


(ay Xalill \ - 


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COMCAST CENTER WELCOMES THE EOOe IVATIOMAL CHAMPIOI\J5 - 



6ni 22: im\ Maryland 92. \oith Carolina 77 

i:il \n:i. HILL. N.C. — a *ci-k <>ll woninl Gai> Williams. Ho k'l 
his Ihircl-rankfd Maryland Terrapins know about it before meeting 
North Camlina. 

"He told us North Carolina was ranked No. 1 in the r(]untr> last 
year and they had a week off and they wenl to Clemson and lost." 
Terrapins guard ByTon Mouton said following a 92-77 viclory over 
Ihe I'ar Heels. "He wanted us hi he menially lough and not gel inl(J 
the same situation. 

"We looked at it and said. Veah. we know its the ACC and on any 
given night anybody can win,"' Mouton added. "We came out pre- 
pared to get the win." 

Maryland matched its best overall and ACC starts in school his- 
tory, gelling IS points from Juan Divon In the 15-point victory de- 
spile shooting iust 46 percent againsi the worst defensive team in 
Ihe ACC. 

The Terrapins (19-3,9-1) registered their 1 9th win after 22 games 
fi>r Ihe sixth time in school history. The most recent was In 1999. 
Ihe only other lime Maryland won nine of its first 10 league games 
was 22 seasons ago. 

Meanwhile, the Tiir Heels (6-15. 2-9| matched the school record 
tor losses in a season. II happened twice in the early 195()s. 

North Carolina also set a recoixl for ACC losses in what was a 
disastrous second season for coach Matt Doherty's inexperienced 
team The poigram's previous worst ACC season was 6-8 in Dean 
Sniilli's Ihiril season in 1963-6-1. 

Kris Lang led Norlh Carolina yvith 23 points, while Jawad Will- 
iams, a freshman who had shown steady improvement, had 2 1 points, 
1 1 rebounds and five assists. 

North Carolina surrendered a school-record 1 12 points to Mary- 
land on Jan. 9. en route to the 33-poinl loss. 

\l least this time, the Tiir Heels showed signs of life in the sec- 
onil half after going down h\ 1 7 at the break. 

A 3-|)ointer by Brian Morrison |)ulled North Carolina to 58-1-1 
with 15:05 left, but Dixon made two shols behind the arc over the 
next three minutes to push Maryland's lead lo 19. 

(;hris Wilcox then put the margin over 20 a minute later Willi a 
slam dunk and two free throws as Jason Capel fouled out with 10:27 
left and North Carolina was on its way lo its eighth ACC loss In 
ilouble digits. 

The Terrapins made 12 of their first 18 shols to go up by M 
points less than nine minutes in. 



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Maryland Mhi 


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U-1) 


Hob 


F 


A 


T 


B 


SI'ls 


Miiulim 1 28 


:)-8 


l)-l 


li-7 


3-3 





3 


1 


2 





III 


Wilnn f 22 


4-12 


11-11 


5-8 


3-4 


7 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 13 


ll;i\UT I' 26 


I'.- 12 


ll-U 


4-4 


4-ti 


111 


4 





1 


1 


1 Hi 


DiMin e ,1'i 


7-in 


J -9 


ll-(l 


2-0 


8 


(1 


4 


3 





1 18 


Blake e :!2 


4-7 


1-2 


0-0 


O-t 


4 


2 


9 


3 





2 !1 


Badu 1 


l)-U 


041 


0-0 


11-11 


(1 





1) 


(1 





(1 


Collins 1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 


ii-n 


(1 


1 














Nicholas 22 


j-lj 


3-1 


1-2 


0-2 


2 


3 


3 





11 


14 


Grlnnim 1 


l)-ll 


U-U 


0-11 


0-0 














II 





RaiKlIc 12 


1-5 


0-0 


0-2 


l-l 


2 


'; 


1 





1 


1 2 


lliildcn 2(1 


0-4 


0-0 


4-4 


11-4 


4 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 4 


Ti'am 








2-2 


t 












'I'olals 200 32-liSI 


8- 111 20-28 


iri-:!2 


47 


22 


211 


II 


4 


7 92 


\ii. Carulliia Mill 


FC 


SFf, 


IT 


II-II 


Roh 


F 


A 


r 


1! 


Slls 


Capi-I 1 18 


2-7 


1-3 


041 


1-1 


2 


5 





1 





1 5 


Maniii'l 1 19 


0-3 


n-i 


0-0 


11-2 


2 


2 


5 


1 





2 


Lang c 311 


8-13 


ii-ii 


7-10 


1-2 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 23 


MiiiTisuil s 20 


4-12 


2-7 


11- 1 


1-1 


2 


4 


2 


3 





1 111 


Bourn' £ :i 1 


4-8 


0-3 


0-1 


0-3 


3 


1 


2 


2 





1 8 


Siiill 23 


2-1) 


0-2 


0-0 


1-2 


3 


2 


2 


1 





1 4 


Williams ;i3 


7-12 


1-2 


li-IO 


3-S 


11 


3 


5 


1 


2 


21 


Mflrndc/ 1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


l)-2 


2 








1 


11 





Johnson 13 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


II- 1 


1 


1 





U 





1) 


BiTslickpr 12 


3-4 


1141 


0-2 


2-2 


4 


4 





1 


1 


(i 


Team 








3-1 


4 






1 






1\ilals 200 


:t0-(i6 


4-18 13-24 


12-25 


37 


23 


17 


13 


4 


7 77 


Maryland 119-3, 9-1 






47 


45 




92 










\orltiC3mllna|6-i: 


,2-91 




30 


47 




77 










K% - Marvland .464. Norlh Carolina .45 


1. 3F«% - Maryland 


5I1U 


Norlh Cani- 


Una .222. rr% - Maryland 714. North Canillna 


542 


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- Nonr. 


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Gm 2:{: im\ Maryland 85. Geor^a Tech 65 

CULLIiGE l'.\KK. Md — l,(iiin\ ISaxlor had 22 points and Hi re- 
bounds as No. 3 Maryland soared lo new heights with an 8o-B5 Ihiinip- 
ing of Georgia Tech. 

Maryland (20-3. 10-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) never before 
won 10 of its first 1 1 league games. Maryland, which last won the 
ACC regular season title In 1980, won Its seventh straight game since 
losing at Duke a month oarlior 

The Terrapins warmed up for a rematch with the Blue Devils in 
tine fashion, quickly expanding a six-point balftime lead to double 
llgures before coasting to their eighth straight homo win over the 
Yellow Jackets, 

Chris Wilcox had 14 points and 12 rebounds and Juan Dixon, 
des|iile missing all nine ol his 3-|)oint attempts, scored 14 for the 
Tenaiiios, whose 20-3 start matched the 1974-75 team for best in 
school history. 

Isma'il Muhammed, Tony Akins and Marvin Lewis each had 15 
points for Georgia Tech (10-15. 3-9), 

A dunk by Baxter, a 3-pointer by Steve Blake and a Ibul shot h\ 
Wilcox gave the Terrapins a 50-40 lead early in the second half 
Muhammad scored five straight points lo halve the dellcil behire Mary- 
land pulled away, gelling hiur poinis fmrn Wilcox in a 1 0-1 spurt that 
made it 60-46 with 13:56 lo go. 

The first half featured eight lead changes hehire Ihe Terrapins 
took the lead for good, 

Maryland trailed 22-21 behire reeling off eight straight points 
while the Yellow Jackets eomniitted four turnovers in live posses- 
sions. Wilcox had four poinis in the surge and Dixon made a layup off 
an inbounds pass from under the basket. 

Baxter scored 15 poinis and Wilcox bad nine points and seven 
rcbouunds to help Maryland lake a 44-38 balftime lead. Lewis kept 
Georgia Tech close with 1 2 points, but he was scoreless In the second 
hall unlll making a :i-|iiiiiiler al Ihe buzzer 



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MIn 


Ft; 


3li; 


IT 


O-ll 


Roh 


F 


\ 


T 


B 


SI'ls 


Elder 1 


''2 


2-8 


2-3 


(141 


l-l 


2 


1 





5 




3 


Moorr f 


21 


1-5 


1-4 


(1-0 


1-4 


5 


4 


3 


1 




1 3 


Nrlson r 


22 


1-5 


(Ml 


1-2 


3-3 


1) 


3 





2 




(1 3 


\kiiK e 


31 


5-14 


1-7 


4-4 


1-2 


3 


t 


1 







1 15 


l.ruls s 


30 


6- 1 3 


3-9 


0-0 


2-1 




1 





1 




15 


Muhammad 


22 


4-7 


l-l 


0-12 


1-1 


2 


3 


2 


4 




1 15 


Si'honsoher 


21 


1-4 


041 


0-1 


1-3 


4 


4 


2 







1 2 


Lane 


2 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


(Ml 





1 


(1 


2 




2 


Brooks 


10 


1-1 


0-0 


(1-0 


0-1 


1 


11 





1 




1 2 


Mdlenr.v 


10 


1-0 


(1-2 


(1-0 


2-0 


2 


4 





(1 




(1 2 


Team 










4-2 


fi 






1 






Totals 


2011 23-(iri 


8-20 


ll-l!) 


10-18 


34 


23 


II 


17 




8 03 


Maryland 


Mlu 


If, 


3F(; 


IT 


II-II 


Roll 


F 


\ 


T 




S ITS 


Miiuloii ( 


25 


I'l-lO 


0-2 


2-'' 


4-3 


7 


3 


1 


2 




2 11 


ttilruv 1 


25 


3-0 


0-0 


11- 1 3 


J -8 


12 


4 


2 


4 




2 14 


BaMri- r 


211 


9-18 


0-1 


1-7 


4-0 


1(1 


2 





3 




1 22 


Dixon !i 


34 


li-19 


11-9 


2-2 


4-3 


7 


1 


1 


t 




1 14 


Bijkr a 


32 


2-4 


1-2 


0-11 


l-:i 


4 


1 


11 


1 




2 5 


Badu 


1 


IHI 


(Ml 


0-(l 


0-0 


(1 








II 




(1 


NhCall 


2 


l-l 


0-(l 


0-1 1 


0-0 


(1 













(1 2 


Collins 




11-11 


041 


2-2 


(l-l 


1 








1 




(1 2 


Xicliolas 


23 


3-5 


1-3 


041 


(1-2 


2 


1 


2 


1 




1 7 


Orinnoil 


1 


ll-d 


041 


041 


(Ml 








1 










Raiidlc 


12 


1-3 


041 


(141 


341 


3 


2 


(1 


2 




1 2 


Hidden 


14 


0-0 


ll-l) 


3-1 


1-3 


4 


2 


2 







3 


Tram 








1-2 


3 














Ttilals 


200 


31 -Oil 


2-17 21-30 22-31 


33 


10 


17 


18 


8 


10 83 


Georgia Trch|10-r 


3-91 




38 


27 




05 










Maryland (20-3. 10-11 




14 


41 




85 










F(i"» - Ccofgia Tecli 


.354. 


laryland 470. 3F««b 


- (iooigia Toi 


1 308. Maryland 


ll8.tT%-6 


orgia 


lorh : 


79. Mar\laiiil 700. Trchnloal Fniilk 


- None. 


imclals 


- Iiiikf Edsall. tloue Shows 


fll.iiidls Poolf 


\- 14.500 













£01 24: I'M] Maryland 87. \tll\ Duke Ti 

CtlLLLGK V\Vk. Mil — Maryland heal Hoke al Colo Field House 
and the venerable building claimed one more No. I vietim. 

Tho third-ranked Terrapins, who had lost four years In a row on 
their own floor lo Ihe Blue Devils, heal lliem 87-73. the seventh time 
a top-ranked loam los! in the building Ihat would close its doors lo 
college basketball aflor Ihe season. 

"This whole week Ihe coach has been uptiglil on us about Duke. 
Duke this. Duke lliat.' said sophomore Chris Wilcox, who bad a ca- 
reer-high 23 points. "1 just feel better for my coach because Coach 
wanted this win more than we did." 

Cole and .Notre Dame's Joyce Athletic Cenlei' had been lied with 
six No. I losses, but the Terrapins (2 1-3. ll-l Mlanlic Coast Confer- 
ence) made sure there was no heartache like a year earlier with the 
convincing win 

In 2001. the Terrapins lost 98-96 lo Duke al home in overtime 
when they squandered a lO-point lead with a minute iefl In regula- 
tion. The Blue Devils won three of four against Maryland lasl season, 
including in the NC.VA .semiflnals, rallying from a 22-|)oinl deficit on 
the way lo Ihe national championship, 

Maryland made 11 almosl impossible to blow a load Ihis lime, 
going up by 25 poinis three limes, the lasl al 68-43 with 9:55 lo play, 
ontheway toimpnningto 12-OaI home this season. Duke (23-2. 1 1- 
2) got within 1 1 twice. Ihe last time al 81-70 with 2:09 loR. 

But Juan Dixon hit a short jumper with 1 :47 left and l,onny Baxter 
added two free throws 14 seconds later lo make il 85-70 and the 
party started In Colo 

Dixon had 1 7 points for Maryland, w hich eontinuod lis best con- 
ference start with its eighth straight win. and Bjnin Mouton bad 15. 
Wilcox had 1 1 rebounds and Baxter had 1 1 poinis and 10 rebounds. 
Steve Blake had eight poinis and 13 assists, one off his career-high. 

Carlos Boozer had lOpointsand 12 rebounds for the Blue Devils, 
who had won 1 1 siraighl since Iheir only loss lo Klorida Stale. .Mike 
Dunloavy added 15 poinis and 1 1 rebounds and Jason Williams had 
17 points. 

In the four games these teams played lasl season, the eventual 
loser led by al least H) poinis in each game 

Maryland was up 10-2 wilhin the opening hiur minutes, and Ihe 
Terrapins' biggest lead of the first half was 31-17 with 4:49 left on a 
jumper by Dbion. 



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7. 2002 














Duke 


Mhl FC 


3F(; 


IT 


(III 


Rob 


F X 


T 


B 


SPIS 


,llllll'S 


1 25 1-8 


0-1 


3-4 


2-3 


5 


t 2 


2 


1 


3 


Dunloaiy 


1 33 5-11 


3-111 


24. 


3-8 


II 


5 


3 





1 15 


Booxer 


30 8-10 


II-II 




1,-fi 


12 


3 3 


li 


1 


19 


Dulion 


E 38 3-12 


1-7 


Il-O 


l-l 


2 


2 7 


1 





7 


Williams 


fi 39 0-22 


2-12 


3-0 


,1-3 





1 1 








3 17 


Honalli 


10 l-l 


(Ml 


0-0 


l-l 


2 


3 





2 


(1 2 


EttInK 


19 3-8 


1-3 


1-3 


1-2 


3 


2 1 








1 8 


Tram 








2-2 


1 










Toials 


200 27-75 


7-33 12-24 


l9-2(i 


45 


20 17 


18 


4 


3 73 


Man hind 


MIn Fi; 


3FG 


IT 


0-1) 


Rrb 


F \ 


T 


B 


Sits 


Moulon 


1 33 7-11 


0-2 


1-2 


1-8 


9 


2 3 


1 





1 15 


Hllrax 


( 33 8-11, 


IMI 


7-9 


li-5 


11 


3 3 








2 23 


BaMCT 


, 34 3-8 


0-0 


5-0 


O-lll 


1(1 


1 (1 


3 


4 


11 


Dixon 


B 31 8-n 


1-2 


0-0 


(1-2 




1 11 








2 17 


Blake 


g 37 3-8 


0-3 


2-3 


0-0 





3 13 


1 


1 


3 8 


Nioliolas 


21 1-3 


1-2 


2-2 


(1-2 


2 


(1 3 


1 





(1 5 


Randlr 


5 1-3 


(Ml 


(Ml 


141 


1 


2 








1 2 


Hold™ 


i; 1-2 


(Ml 


1-4 


2-0 




2 


1 


(1 


6 


'loam 








1-3 


4 










Totals 


200 32-08 


2-9 


21-26 


1 1-3() 


47 20 22 


13 


5 


9 87 


Duke (22-2 


11-21 




29 


41 




73 








Marvland |2 


1-3 11-11 




38 


I'l 




(7 








F<i%-Dukt 


300, \lar\laml 


471 iVQK- 


Ullki - 


12, \ 


lIAtllUl 


222 


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111- (Ifllilals 


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> WIIXIS IIM FOUR STRAIEHT YEARS 





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IMATIOIMAL LHAMPia^.S 



Gm 23: 12/2] Maryland 84. Clemsoa 68 

CLEMSO.X. S,C. — Juan Uixoii scoix-d 1 4 or his 2 1 points in the 
second half as he and his teammates [^covered from a slujiigish start 
to beat Clemson 84-()8. 

Tlie Terrapins (22-3. 12-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) looked early 
like they were stili caught between the emotional rolle^coasler of 
beating Duke and seeing their coach in pain following the loss of his 
father earlier in tlie week. 

But DLxon. the ACC's second-leading scorer, got hot in the second 
half and lifted Maryland to its ninth straight win over the Tigers ( 1 2- 
15. 3-11). 

Dixon went 4-of-4 from the field and had 10 points in a 27-12 run 
that turned a one-point deficit into a 63-49 lead with 9:52 left. Tahj 
Holden's tip-in gave Maryland the lead for good. 38-37. DLxon fol- 
lowed with a jumper to make it 42-39. then he added a driving layup 
and put the game away with consecutive 3-pointers to make it 61-49. 
Lonny Baxter closed the run with a jam off a pass from Dixon. 

Williams was absent from practice Tuesda> for his father's burial. 

"It was tough for them to concentrate. 1 wasn't at practice. That's 
not normal." Williams said. "I think they missed me yelling at them." 

Clemson. which has lost 10 of 1 1, got no closer than 10 points 
the rest of the way. 

Dixon moved past the 2.000-point mark for his career and be- 
came the NCAA's first player with more than 2.000 points. 300 steals 
and 200 3-pointers. 

Maryland, after going I l-of-35 from the field in the tlrst half, was 
l9-of-30 over the final 20 minutes. 

Chris Wilcox scored 14 poinis for Maryland and Byron Moulon 
added 13. Baxter had 10 points and 12 rebounds. Tony Stockman led 
Clemson with 19 points. 

Maryland did not look like il did against Duke in the first half at 
Litllejohn Coliseum. 

Clemson used an 1 8-5 run to take a 27-20 lead with 5:38 remain- 
ing. Reserves Ryan Randle and Drew Nicholas, however, scored 
Maryland's I'mal nine points to make it 35-31 at halflime. 

Blake's first assist of the game made him Maryland's career leader, 
breaking his tie with Keith Gatlin at 649. Blake, a junior, finished 
with nine assists. 




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3-10 


0-0 


4-8 


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4-4 


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1 7 


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0-0 


0-0 


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5 


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0-2 


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Gm 26: 12/21 Maryland 90. {20/21] WaUe lorest 89 

COLLliGK PARK. .\ld. — Josli liouard sal in front of his locker, 
sobbing uncontrollably with his head buried in a towel. 

Playing with a painful sprained left ankle. Howard had 18 points 
and 1 5 rebounds in 25 gritty minutes for No. 20 Wake Forest. But the 
junior forward also made a mistake that will haunt him for the rest of 
his life. 

Juan Dixon made a technical foul shot with 1.3 seconds left after 
Howard called a timeout the Demon Deacons didn't have, giving No 
2 Maryland a 90-89 comeback victory. 

Lonny Baxter scored 25 points and DLxon added 20 for the Ter- 
rapins (23-3. 13-1 Atlantic Coast Conference). Maryland fell behind 
midway through the first half, trailed by 1 2 shortly after halftime and 
ftnally regained the lead in the ftnai two minutes. 

"We were very fortunate to win that game." Terrapins coach Gary 
Williams said. "That's really the ftrst game we've had that's come down 
to a last-second situation. It was a good experience for us." 

And an absolute disaster for Howard, who had tears streaming 
down his face as he addressed his untimely error, the same miscue 
Michigan's Chris Webber made in the 1993 NCW championship game 
against North Carolina. 

The Terrapins led 89-87 before Howard scored In the lane and 
was fouled with 10.1 seconds left. He botched the free throw, and 
after Dixon missed a jumper for Maryland. Howard grabbed the re- 
bound and quickly formed a "T" with his hands. 

But the Demon Deacons had already used their rinal timeout, so 
Howard was slapped with an automatic technical foul. Dixon made 
the ftrst shot, missed the second, and Wake Forest's Bn:iderick Hicks 
was very short on a long fteld goal attempt as time expired. 

It was Ihe 1 0th slraighl win for Maryland, off to the best start in 
school liisior\ and iinc game ahead (d second-place Duke in the ACC. 
The Terrapins won their seventh in a mw against Wake Forest, though 
none nearly as dramatic as this one. 

Craig Dawson scored 27 points for the Demon Deacons (18-10. 
8-6). but made only two fteld goals in the second half. Darius Songaila 
scored 20 points and Howard starred in a reserve role despite miss- 
ing three of the prc\1nus four games after hulling his ankle. 

Maryland irailed 85-81 licinn' iJirls Wilcox scored on a hook. Af- 
ter a Wake Forest timeout. DLxon stole the inbounds pass, was fouled 
and made two free throws to tie it with 2:13 left. 

ByTon Mouton then hit a foul shot to give Maryland its ftrst lead 
since 34-33. and Wilcox followed a Wake Forest miss with a free 
throw for an 87-85 lead. 

But the game was far from over. 

"I just told the players we were going to figure out a way to win." 
Williams said. "Of course. I hadn't figured out a way yd. but it sounds 
good to the players to say that " 



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Cm 27: ]2/2\ Maryland 96. Florida St. 63 

'l'.\LI, A11.\SSFE. Fla. — Maryland coach Gary Williams didn't talk 
about any other team in getting the second-ranked Terrapins to play 
well at Florida State. 

He didn't say anything to his players about Duke losing in Talla- 
hassee last month. 

"We wanted to win this game for us." Williams said after the 96- 
63 win over the Seminoles. "We don't use Duke to get ready for us to 
play." 

Juan DLxon scored 25 points as Maryland (24-3. 14-1) won its 
1 1 th straight game and clinched at least a share of the Atlantic Coast 
Conference regular season championship and showed why it could 
well be one of the No. 1 seeds In the NCAA tournament. 

"They're as good as advertised." Florida State coach Steve 
Robinson said. "The way they played tonight they sure convinced me 
they're playing just as good as anybody in the country." 

The Terrapins used a 1 6-2 run to take a 22-9 lead and were never 
in trouble, holding leads of 30 points or more for much of the second 
half. 

Drew Nicholas added 15 poinis for Maryland, which shot 55.2 
percent ftum the field, including 9-of-l6 from 3-polnt range, while 
Byron Mouton added 12 and Calvin McCall 10. 

"We took this game seriously." Williams said. "We had to be In- 
tense tonight, I thought the crowd could get into the game If we let 
them hang around." 

"We're playing great basketball right now." said DLxon. who was 
8-of-13 from the field and 7-of-8 from the free throw line. "This is 
definitely the right time to peak." 

Monte Cummings scored 17 points for Florida State (11-15. 4- 
11). while Nigel Dixon added 15 points and 10 rebounds and J,D 
Bracy had 1 1 poinis. 



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Gm 28: [2/2] ^laijland 112. Miginia 92 



Cdl.l.KGK P\KK, Mri — Midiil llic (inl\ ihing IIkiI didnl «» 
according to plan was the ncl-cullins ceix'mon\. 

Long after ^0- 2 Maryland ended its 47-vear sla\ at storied 
Cole Field House with a 1 12412 rout of \lrginia. each |)laver 
climbed a ladder to cut (iown the net in front of the Terrapins' 
bench. 

Juan Dixon sliced oil tlie last cord, then reahzed that coach 
Gary Uilliams was slill behind him. So Divon knotted llie se\- 
ered cord to the rim. and Williams ended the emotional iiighl 
with luie last snip. 

Williams had no complaints, llioush. Iiecause Maryland fin- 
ished I S-0 at home and concluded the best regular season in 
school history with a runaway \ iciory. 

"This is the way its supposed to be." Will- 
lams said. "Everyone got into the game, and 
the crowd was great." 

Dixon scored 23 points. Chris Wilcox had 
21 points and 1 1 rebounds and l.onny Baxter 
added IK points hjr the Terrapins (25-3. 15-1 
\lianlic Coast Conference), who will move 
across campus in 2002-113 into the new $101 
million (Comcast Center, 

In the finale, the ACC champs tooi^ the lead 
for good midway through the first half and 
cruised to their 12th straight win. 

Baxter had six points and Dixon added fixe 
as Maryland opened the second half with an 
18-fi run to go up 61-42. leaving the sellout 
crowd plenty of time to savor the atmosphere, 

(;hris Williams scored a season-high 28 
points and Travis Watson had 20 for Virginia 
(17-10. 7-9). which was coming off an 87-8-1 
u|)set of No. 3 Duke. It was the sixth straighl 
n)ad loss for the Cavaliers and their 
ninth successive defeat at Cole. 

The gathering in the grand (dd 
building probably was closer to 
20.000. including dozens of alums. 



\lberl king. Buck Williams. Boomer Esiason. Leu Elmore, Tom 
McMillen and Jim tl'Brien. among others, all showed up to ab- 
sorb one final luemory. 

The Terrapins finished T8()- 1 3 1 at Cole, closing out their stay 
the same way Ihey started it - w ith a win over Virginia. In the first 
game at the arena, on Dec. 2. 1955, Maryland topped the Cava- 
liers 67-55. 

In between those two games. Cole played host to two Final 
Fours and six NC.V \ ivgionais. It was the scene of one of the sport's 
most noteworthy games, when an all-black Texas Western team 
beat Kentucky 72-65 to win the 1966 NC.\^ championship and 
shatter the cohu' barrier in college ba,skett)all 



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Ceiiler: d'iiii Williuinn nilli his romli iiiid 
iiienlor Hud Wlllkaii ill llir poslgaiiir 
ceremom. Kiiiht: liar) Williams cuniiie 
diinn Ihe iirl allcr llir final ftanie al Cole. 
Below: I'lasli hiilhs rnminemorale Ihe 
niial llitolTal Cole field House. 



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0-0 


0-0 


0-0 










1 








Harper 


15 


2-1) 


1-3 


2-2 


1-2 


3 


2 







1 


7 


Rosen* 


1 


0-11 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 
















1 


Malliis 


« 


0-2 


04) 


0-0 


0-0 










1 








Clark 


11 


-I-4 


0-0 


1-2 


3-1 


4 


4 







1 


9 


Brimn 


5 


O-l) 


04) 


2-3 


1-0 


1 


2 




1 





2 


Tram 










1-1 


2 












Totals 


200 32-(H 


8-22 


20-25 


13-14 


27 


23 


18 


12 


4 


6 92 


Mantand 


Mill 


Fi; 


3IG 


l-T 


U-D 


Reh 


F 


V 


T 


B 


Sfts 


Mnulon 


1 ;iii 


4-8 


0-2 


3-3 


3-1 


4 


3 


5 


3 


1 


1 It 


Hilcov 


1 25 


8-<l 


0-0 


5-6 


5-6 


W 


4 


4 





1 


1 21 


Baxter 


c :i:i 


S-lll 


041 


4-5 


2-6 


8 


3 





2 


3 


2 20 


DLvon 


S Si 


»-to 


1-5 


4-4 


1-2 


3 


3 


2 


1 





23 


Blako 


S 28 


4-7 


3-4 


4-fi 


0-0 





2 


III 


4 


1 


15 


Badu 


2 


1-1 


0-1) 


04) 


0-1 


1 


1) 


1 


1 





I) 2 


MiCall 


1 


0-1) 


04) 


1)4) 


0-0 




















Collins 


2 


1-1 


1-1 


)-2 


0-1 


1 














4 


Mctiolas 


23 


2-4 


2-2 


4-4 


0-1 


1 


1 


3 








10 


Grlnnon 


1 


O-ll 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 




















Randic 


8 


2-4 


0-0 


0-0 


1-2 


3 


1 








2 


4 


Hold™ 


14 


1-2 


04) 


0-0 


0-2 


2 


2 











2 


Team 










1-0 


1 






1 






Totals 


200 40-1)3 


7-14 25-30 13-22 


35 


19 23 


12 


8 


4112 


Virginia (T 


■III 7-9| 






30 


56 




92 










Vlanland (25-3. 15- 


1 




43 


69 


- 


12 










Fe%- Virginia .3(10. Maryland .fit 


3FC% - Virginia ,364, Vtarvland ,500, FT* - 


Virginia .800. Maryland .8:!;i, l^chiiical Fouls 


Xone Ofllclals 


Larr> Rose. 


Puke Edsalt, Jolin Clouetierly. A - 


4.500 


















IVIIME COIMSECDTIVE MCAA TOURIVAMEIXITS • SWEET SIXTEE1V IIV SIX OF THE LAST IVIIUE YEARS • TWO CONSECUTIVE FIIVAL FOLIRS • 25 WINS il\l FOUR STRAIEHT YEARS 





* 11 





- COMCAST CEIVTER WELCOMES THE 



IMATIOIXJAL CHAMPIONS ■ 



2002 ACC TOlRWmXT 

\CC mi R\ \Ml\l Ql IH// Hi /\ 1/ 

Gai 29: 12/21 Maryland 83. Florida St. 39 

CH\Rl.in'ri:, \.i:. — The Terrapins lurni'il to Iheir reserves 
for a much-needed second-half spark and pulled away to beat 
Florida Slate 85-59 in the Atlanlic Coast Conference tournament 
quarterfinals 

Chris W ilco\ «as the first to admit he pla>ed poorl\- l,uckil> 
for second-ranked \lar\land. plent> of his teammates stepped 
up. T had a terrible game, I iusl slunk out there." said 

Wilcox, who averaged 1 1 .9 points and 7.(i rebounds but finished 
with just four points and eight boards. 

The Terrapins (2fi-3| squandered a 1 2-point lead at the start 
of the second half to let eighth-seeded Florida Stale 112-17) briellv 
make it an uncijmlorlahlv close game. 

Wilcox was benched during a timeout. Holden replaced him 
and teamed with R\an Randle to give Marvland energx during a 
21-0 second-half run that put the Seminoles away. 

Mar\land. (julright MX regular-season champions for the first 
time since U181I. moved into the tournament semifinals for the 
eighth straight year. 

Juan Dixon scored 2(1 points, and Byron Mouton added 1 H lo 
lead Maryland, but all the praise went to llolden. who had lour 
points in 15 minutes, and Randle. who added six points in 1 1 
minutes. 

Monte Cummings scored 19 to lead Florida State. wlii(h 
plaved its final game under coach Sieve Robinson, who dnjpped 
10 6-1-86 in five seasons with the Seminoles. 

The Seminoles. who needed overtime lo beat Clemson 91-84 
in the tournament's opening game, tired late and shot just 30 per- 
cent against Maryland while committing 19 turnovers- 
Maryland looked in control of things early and took a 40-28 
lead into halflime. 

But Cummings scored 10 straight points to pull the Semi- 
noles back and Florida Stale cut it to ■12-1 1 when Trevor Han ev 
scored on a driving basket and was fouled 

After llarvev made the free Ihmw. Williams called a timeiiut 
and benched Wilcox, who had just two points and five rebounds 
at the time and had thrown the ball awav and missed a laviip 
during Florida Slates rally 





Mcholas (Iminii lo Ihr bauM afiniiisl I'liirida Slate. 



tfolden came in and Maryland's delense improved after the 
timeout. The Terps scored 21 unanswered points, forced seven 
turnovers and held Florida State scoreless for 7; 14 in a dominat- 
ing stretch thai put Maryland in control of the game. 



VUKlLVXIiari. 110HII)\ST\TE39 
















CliartiiUe Cullscum 


- Marili 8. 2002 
















Florida SI. 


Wn 


FG 


3FG 


n 


()-n 


Rob 


F 


\ 


T 


B 


SPts 


Utam, .^ 


1 22 


1-3 


1-2 


0-0 


i-i 


7 


1 


II 


1 





3 3 


V\3lesk(raskl ( 19 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2-3 


5 


2 





1 





2 


Di\(in, N 


c 22 


5-9 


041 


3-6 


9-3 


12 


5 





8 


1 


13 


Vrringlim 


6 33 


3-13 


1-6 


2-4 


0-2 


2 


3 


4 








2 9 


Cummings 


S 31 


6-12 


04) 


7-8 


2-0 


2 


2 


2 


2 





1 19 


Juiaer 


18 


0-6 


0-2 


0-0 


0-2 


2 


2 


1 


3 








Bracy 


9 


0-3 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





1 





2 








Harvey 


13 


1-5 


04) 


5-5 


3-0 


3 


1 


n 





1 


7 


Moran 


1 


0-0 


04) 


0-0 


0-0 








n 








(1 


Havv^ood 


7 


0-0 


04) 


0-0 


0-1 


1 








1 


1) 


II n 


Maillras 


1 


0-0 


04) 


0-0 


ll-ll 


(1 


2 


n 


u 





(1 


krie« 


2 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


(Ml 


(1 





II 





(1 


n 11 


.yndeRwn 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


041 


041 











11 





11 


Rictiardsoii 


IS 


2-6 


04) 


4-4 


1-5 


6 


1 


(1 


1 


1 


1 « 


Team 










3-1 


4 


1 










Totals 


200 


18-60 


2-11 21-27 2t-l8 


39 21 


7 


19 


3 


9 39 


Maryland 


\Ull 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-D 


Rel) 


F 


A 


T 


B 


SPIs 


Moulon 


r 31 


5-9 


0-1 


8-8 


6-1 


7 


2 


2 








l« 


ftilcov 


f 27 


1-7 


041 


2-2 


2-6 


8 


2 





2 





II -1 


Bmier 


e 27 


4-9 


04) 


2-3 


1-2 


3 


3 


2 


2 


2 


3 10 


Dixon 


e 29 


7-14 


3-6 


3-4 


2-3 


5 


J 


4 


3 


1 


2 20 


Blake 


e 31 


4-8 


2-4 


0-0 


1-4 


5 


1 


7 


4 





5 10 


McCall 


4 


l-l 


0-fl 


04) 


M 


2 


1 


1) 








2 


Collins 


3 


3-3 


04) 


2-2 


11-1 


1 


n 


1 


1 


II 


1 8 


Mcholas 


in 


1-4 


0-3 


l-I 


0-1 


1 


1 


2 


1 





3 


Grinnon 


2 


0-0 


041 


0-0 


(1-0 


II 

















Randle 


n 


2-4 


04) 


2-2 


1-1 


2 


3 


11 


1 


3 


6 


Holden 


In 


2-5 


0-1 


0-0 


1-0 


1 


2 


1 





II 


II 4 


Team 










1-4 


5 












Totals 


200 


!0.62 


5-15 


20-22 16-24 


4« 


19 


19 


14 


li 


II 83 


Florid.i Stale (12-17 






28 


31 




59 










Vlaryland 126-31 






40 


45 




85 










FG% - Florida Stale 


.30(1. Maryland .48-1 


3TO* 


- Rorlda Slate .182. Maryland 


;i33. rr* 


Plorkia Slate 


■78. Vlarvland .909. It'cliDiciil Fouls - 


Florida Slate 


Ihenchl. Marviand iVlnuliinl Oniclals - karl Mess. Rav Xalili, 


amir l.urlie, \ ■ 


2;i.Biiri 

























iff, TOl KV \}li:\T SFMIFIX I/. 

Cm 30: \C State 86. 12/21 Maryland 82 

CM VRUin K. m: —The second-ranked Terrapins last cap- 
lured Ihe ACC luurnev 18 years ago and were riding a 13-game 
\y inning streak before their 86-82 loss to North Carolina State in 
the .\CC tournameni semiftnals. 

I remember this feeling." Williams said. "It's funny, it diduT 
lake long to remember it." 

Anthony i;rundy scored 24 points, and ,lullus Hodge sank a 
big 3-pointer with 1:17 left lo key the Uollpack upset. NC State, 
which snapped a six-game skid against Maryland, shot 65 pcr- 
I cut in the second half and made f 1 3-poinlers one day after 
hitting 13. 

Regular-season ACC champion Maryland (26-4) was in its 
eighth straight conference semifinal, hut it has advanced to the 
I itle game just once in Ihat span under U illiams — in 2000. when 
it lost to Duke. 

NC Slate (22-9| used a unique game plan lo reach the tour- 
ney final for Ihe first lime since 1997. when Herb Sendek be- 
came the first coach to take an eighth-seeded team lo the cham- 
pionship game. The Wollpack lost the title lo North Carolina that 
vear. 

The fourth-seeded Wolfpack won by pressuring Maryland guard 
Steve Blake with a lullcourl trapping press. When the Terrapins 
liiHinded the ball down low to Lonny Baxter of Chris Wilcox. NC 
Slate surrounded them with as many as four players at a time, 

Grundy was coming oft a career-high 32-poinl effort in a 20- 
poinl quarterfinal win over Virginia — and he was just as spec- 
tacular in this one. until missing some important free throws late. 

The senior guard was 9-of-12 from the Held vyfth eight re- 
bounds. Manias Melvin added 19 points, \rchie Miller 16. 

Blake led Maryland with 21 points and 1 1 assists. 

The Wolfpack went up 67-1)4 with 7:13 left before going on a 
1 0-0 run to break the game open - or so It appeared. Miller had a 
3-poinler and two free thmws in the spurt, while Grundy had a 
twisting layup and Melvin a 3-poinler. 

However, the ferrapins didn't go quielly 

Three free Ihmws by Blake got Maryland lo 81-78 before 
Hodge hit his 3-pointer. 

But poor fi-ee-thniw shooting by the ACC's best team from 
the line kept Maryland in il until the end. 

The Terrapins had a chance lo tie it twice In the final 30 
seconds, but Juan nixon threw the ball away once and his oft- 
balance 28-fooler with 3.2 seconds wasn't close. 



\C ST\TE 8(i. 


yURlL\XD82 
















Charlollr Collseun 


- March 9, 


2002 














XC Slate 


MIn 


K 


3FC 


FT 


0-D 


Rrb 


F \ 


T 


B 


SPls 


Hodec 1 


2!) 


6-8 


1-2 


1-3 


0-1 


1 


4 5 








3 14 


Ponell f 


3 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


l-l 


2 


n 











Vlelvin r 


37 


7-12 


4-8 


1-4 


1-5 


6 


3 3 


5 





19 


Grundy g 


37 


9-12 


2-4 


4-7 


1-7 


8 


3 4 


7 





1 24 


Miller g 


36 


3-7 


3-7 


7-8 


1-3 


4 


4 3 


1 





2 16 


i^Mimov 


30 


4-7 


1-4 


3-4 


0-2 


2 


4 5 








1 12 


Sherrlll 


6 


0-2 


0-2 


0-0 


0-1 


1 





1 








Crawford 


12 


11-0 


11-0 


1-2 


0-2 


2 


2 2 


2 





1 


Collins 


10 


041 


11-0 


0-0 


1-0 


1 





1 








Team 










0-1 


1 




1 






Hilals 


200 29-49 


11.2717-28 


5-23 


28 


20 22 


18 





7 86 


Manland 


MID 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-D 


Krb 


F A 


T 


B 


SI-IK 


Vloulon f 


23 


1-5 


0-1 


7-8 


3-4 


7 


3 3 


1 





2 9 


Hllcoy f 


24 


6-14 


041 


3-4 


1-2 


3 


2 2 


1 


1 


1 15 


Baxter r 


32 


6-9 


04) 


3-3 


3-4 


7 


5 


3 


(1 


1 15 


llivon e 


39 


(i-ir. 


1-4 


(1-0 


1-2 


3 


4 2 


2 





13 


Blake e 


38 


7-9 


2-4 


5-6 


0-3 


5 


3 11 


4 





6 21 


Xieholas 


19 


2-5 


1-4 


2-2 


I-I 


2 


2 1 


U 





7 


Randle 


8 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


(l-l 


1 


(1 (1 





1 


11 


Holden 


15 


1-2 


0-1 


0-0 


l-t 


2 


3 1 


2 





1 2 


Team 










t-0 


1 










Dilals 


200 29-61 


4-14 20-23 11-20 


31 22 20 


13 


2 


II 82 


\C suite (22-9) 






40 


46 




86 








Maryland (26-4) 






38 


44 




82 








FG% - XC Stale ,592. Vlaryland 475 3F«"« - XC Slair 


407. Maryland .286. FT* 


- NC Stale .60" 


. Mar 


land .870 Trilinlral Fouls 


Vlaryland (Holden). Officials- 


Larry Rose. Duke Kdsall. Bryan kersey. ,\ 


-23,895. 






^^i-^-^TW 



Willianis offers inslruclloii at llip 201)2 It'f Tournaiiiciil . 

MIME COIVSECUTIVE IMCAA TOUHIMAMEVTS • SWEET SIXTEEIV l(V SIX OF THE UXST NIME YEAHS • TWO COIVSECUTIVE FIIVAL FOURS • BS WIIMS IIV FOUR STRAI6HT YEARS 



r 





t ! 



2002 1C14 FIRST & SECOm ROimS 

\C\i E\ST REGIOX FIRST ROiXD 
Gm 31: 14/4] Hlar}1and 85. Siena 70 



■ COMCAST CEIVTER WELCOMES THE SOOE IVATIO^AL CHAMPI0IV5 - 



WASHINGTON, DJ',. — .luaii [)i\iin was leaving nolhins lo 
I'hanre in his final MCU lournamenl, 

A determined Dixon scored 29 poinls as top-seeded Mary- 
land cruised past Siena 83-70 in a first-round East Regional game. 

DL\on. a senior guard, knew Ihat Ills ne.Jil loss would be tils 
last as a college player. So tie wouldn't stop tiustling on the court 
until file final buzzer of his final game. 

"I just wanted to come out and be aggressive." said Dlvon. 
who shot IO-for-17 fnmi the field and marie all four free throws. 
This is my last time going lhi\)ugh Ibis, anri I waul l(j tell myself 
Ihat I went out being aggressive." 

Di.\on drove to the basket, pulled up for jumpers and deftly 
passed to open teammates when Siena double-teamed him. 

Dixon, who scored 20 In the first half, fell two points short of 
matching the school record shared for points in an NC.W tourna- 
ment game, held jointly by Len Bias and Joe Smith. 

Playing against the only team in the G5-team field with a 
losing record. Maryland made itself right at home al the MCI 
Center, which is only 20 minutes from the College Park campus. 

The Terrapins have played two games a year at the arena In 
each of the past five seasons. Their familiarity with the building 
ser\ed them well, as did the backing of the honietow n crowd. 

Maryland probably would have won without those factors 
working in lis favor. The Terrapins were eager to bounce back 
from the loss to North Carolina State in the ,\tlantlc Coast Con- 
ference tournament, and Siena had the misfortune of being 
Maryland's next opponent. 

The loss ended an improbable run by the Saints (16-19). 12- 
18 before winning the Metro .■\tlantic .Athletic Conference tour- 
nament anri beating Alcorn State 81-77 in an NC.W opening- 
rounri game. 

That victory enabled Siena lo become only the second team 
with a losing record lo win an NC.W lournament game. But the 
Saints' bid to become the first 16th seed to beat a No. I seed was 
abruptly rejected by a Maryland team on a mission to win its first 
national championship. 



mmiA\D 85. SIE\ A 70 






1 


BHB 


i 






MCI Center - 


Marcli 13. 


2002 






>s^---^'- ■■■'■■■■■'- 








Siena 


Mill 


TO 


3PG 


FT 


0-D 


Rob F \ 


T 


8 


Sfls 


Cavo r 


26 


6-11 


1-5 


0-0 


3-0 


3 4 2 


1 





13 


ciiiiidii r 


31 


6-1(1 


2-2 


2-2 


3-1 


4 2 2 


1 


2 


16 


Miller c 


25 


0-1 


11- 1 


2-2 


1-1 


2 3 2 


2 


1 


2 


Karangwa g 


35 


3-8 


1-2 


(i-i) 


0-2 


2 3 6 


4 





4 7 


Arttlhold fi 


37 


4-lS 


2-9 


4-4 


0-9 


9 4 3 


1 


1) 


1 14 


Price 


12 


3-7 


0-1 


2-2 


2-2 


4 1 


2 


1) 


3 8 


.Andrews 


II 


2-3 


0-0 


0-0 


1-0 


1 1 


2 


(1 


4 


11ar\e> 


1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


(1 


1) 


(1 





Mllrhell 


13 


2-4 


2-2 


0-0 


0-1 


1 1 


2 


II 


1 6 


Snie/yt 


SI 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-3 


3 


1 


II 


II 


Team 










1-4 


5 








•fttals 


2(111 26-64 


e-22 10-10 


11-23 


34 17 17 


16 


3 


9 70 


Mar>land 


Mill 


Ffi 


3KC 


IT 


0-D 


Reh F \ 


T 


li 


SI'ls 


Muilldll 1 


29 


2-6 


0-1 


2-2 


3-1 


4 3 3 


3 





1 6 


\Vileii\ 1 


25 


3-8 


0-1 


t-l 


1-3 


4 2 3 


2 





3 7 


Baxler c 


27 


6-11 


0-0 


2-5 


1-8 


9 1 


2 


3 


14 


DiMjn fi 


32 


10-17 


5-8 


4-4 


U-2 


2 2 4 


2 


II 


1 29 


Blake e 


33 


4-9 


3-7 


0-0 


1-4 


5 2 11 


3 


1 


2 II 


McCall 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


n 1 





11 





Collins 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


U 


1 





II 


Nicholas 


23 


3-6 


2-4 


1-1 


0-2 


2 2 2 


3 





9 


Randle 


13 


2-4 


0-0 


0-0 


1-2 


3 1 








1 4 


tlolden 


14 


2-4 


0-1 


I-I 


;i-3 


6 1 1 


II 


1 


5 


Tfeam 










2-2 


4 








Totals 


200 32-65 


IO-22tl-l4 


12-27 


39 14 25 


16 


5 


8 85 


Siena 116-191 








38 


32 


- 70 








Maryland 127- 


41 






52 


.33 


- 83 








fG% - Siena 


406. 


lariland .492 


:iFG'> 


- Siena .364. Maryland 


.45E 


. FDi- 


Siena 1 (100, Maryland ,780, Teclinlcal fouls - None, omdals 


Tom Eades. .lohn 


Hiegins. Tom Clark 


\- 18.770. 















VCH E\ST REGIOX SECOW ROIXD 
Gm 32: 14/4] Blaryland 87. Wisconsin 57 

WASHINCTON. DC. — Juan Dixon stepped into the Mary- 
land record book, and the top-seeded Terrapins methodically 
marched into the NCAA tournament's final 16 for the sixth time 
in nine years. 

Dixon scored 29 poinls to break two school scoring records, 
leading Maryland past eighth-seeded Wisconsin 87-57 in the sec- 
ond round of the East Regional. 

Chris Wilcox had 18 points for Maryland (28-4). who won 15 
of 16 since Jan. 17. malched the 1998-99 team for most wins In 
a season and set a school mark for margin of victory In an NC.W 
tournament game. 

Dixon, a senior guard, broke Len Bias' team record for ca- 
reer poinls (2, 1 72) and also eclipsed Bias' mark for career poinls 
in the NCAA tournament (197). 

Dixon was IO-for-19 from the field, including 4-for-7 from 3- 
point range, and 5-ol-6 on fix'e throws — a suitable encore lo his 
29-point performance against Siena in the tournament opener. 

Wisconsin (19-13). which tied for the Big Fen regular-season 
title, closeri Us first season under coach Bo Ryan by losing two of 
three. The Badgers were seeking to duplicate their tournament 
run of two years ago. when they advanced lo the Final Four after 
defeating No. 1 -seeded Arizona in the second round. 

Charlie Wills scored 1 7 poinls for Wisconsin, which absorbed 
ILs worst beating in 18 NC.A.A lournamenl games. 

The Barigers had no answers for Dixon or a defense that 
caused them lo miss 28 of their first 40 shots while Maryland 
built a 60-35 lead. 

Up 38-30 al hairiime. the Terrapins opened the second half 
with a 22-5 run to thrill the sellout crowd al the MCI Center, 
which was niled predominantly with Terrapins fans. 

DLxon scored 1 5 poinls in the run, including a pair of 3-piiinl- 
ers and a layup ofl a steal. 

The game was lied five times in the opening 13 minutes be- 
fore Marylanri useri its inside-outside attack to take control. 

After Lonny Baxter and Wilcox scored in the lane to make if 
23-all, Drew Nicholas and Steve Blake hit successive 3-poinlers 
to put Maryland ahead for good. 

Wills stopped the lO-point run with a layup before Dixon 
topped Bias' record with a 3-pointer for a 32-25 lead. Mhiulcs 
later. Dixon hil a jumper and added two free throws to cap a 19- 
5 spree iiiiil |uil Ihr Terrapins up by 10. 





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Wllcot: with the reverse layvp ,if;uhisl the Hudgers. 

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h 17. 2002 


















Uisconsin 


Min 


FG 


3FC 


FT 


01) 


Rob 


F 


\ 


T 


R 


Slls 


llanis 


1 3(1 


3-9 


1-4 


0-0 


(I-I 


1 


2 





3 


2 


11 7 


Uills 


1 29 


6-12 


2-4 


3-6 


2-4 


6 


3 


1 


2 





1 17 


Marten 


e 25 


1-6 


O-ll 


IMI 


4-4 


8 


3 


4 


2 


2 


2 


Davis 


e 34 


5-7 


I-I 


4-5 


1-3 


4 


2 


3 


2 





15 


IVnncv 


e 37 


3-14 


0-6 


3-3 


1-3 


4 





1 


2 





2 9 


Hanson 


3 


0-2 


0-1 


041 


041 





2 


II 











Owens 


15 


0-4 


(I-I 


0-0 


U-l 


1 


3 





2 





1 


Wilkinson 


27 


3-5 


1-2 


0-0 


1-3 


4 


4 


■) 


1 





2 7 


'I'eain 










3-1 


4 












Totals 


200 21-59 


3-19 10-14 


12-20 


32 


19 


II 


14 


4 


G 57 


Mankind 


MIn 


FG 


3I'G 


IT 


0-n 


Reb 


F 


\ 


T 


B 


SPta 


MoinoM 


1 25 


0-4 


0-0 


2-2 


3-4 


7 


1 


1 


3 


II 


1 2 


Hilnix 


1 2li 


9-13 


0-0 


0-1 


1-6 


7 





1 


1 


1 


1 18 


H,i\ter 


e 28 


5-6 


1)41 


6-7 


1-6 


7 


3 


3 


1 


4 


2 16 


DlMin 


S 36 


10-19 


4-7 


5-6 


3-2 


5 


1 


3 


1 





2 29 


lllakr 


fi 31) 


1-4 


1-3 


0-0 


0-2 


2 


3 


4 


1 





1 3 


I'.ailu 


2 


0-0 


O-ll 


0-0 


0-0 


11 





2 


1 








MrCall 


5 


0-0 


0-0 


1141 


041 




















Collins 


3 


1-2 


ll-ll 


ll-l) 


041 











I) 





1 2 


Xicliolas 


20 


3-7 


2-4 


0-0 


0-2 


2 


1 


2 


1) 





1 8 


(Irlnnon 


2 


II- 1 


ll-O 


0-1) 


241 


2 

















Ranille 


Ml 


2-4 


O-ll 


0-1) 


2-2 


4 


3 


1) 


1 





4 


Itulilen 


13 


1-2 


1-2 


2-2 


141 


1 


2 


1 


1 


11 


5 


Team 










0-4 


4 












Totals 


200 32-62 


8-16 15-18 


13-28 


41 


14 


17 


10 


5 


9 87 


Ulsionsiit 


19-131 






30 


27 




57 










Marvland (28-4) 






38 


49 




87 










Fi;«i, -Wis 


■uiisiii .356, Manlanrt 


516. 3FG% -Uisconsin 


.26: 


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ijlaiiil 500. 


[T% - Wisconsin ,714. Maryland . 


-|4. Technical Fouls - 


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2002 \CU EAST REGIO\AL 

\C\\ FAST RKWO\ SFMIIIMI 

Gm 33: 14/4] ilaryland 78. 116/15} kentuck} 68 

SVR\Cl'SE. NY. — \n iumpins around, no excited hugs, no 
pointing to ttie stands. Manland's players simply shook hands 
with the team they beat and walked off the court, closer to a 
second straight Final Four, 

"They're a veteran team. Sometimes I wish they had more 
emotion." Terrapins coach Gary Williams said. "We are not sur- 
prised when we « in. We go In thinking we're good enough to win 
and when we do. we mo\e on to the next game " 

Despite a quiet second half from .\ll-.\merican Juan Dixon, 
top-seeded Maryland just moved right along, beating Kentucky 
78-68 in the East Regional semlflnals. 

Unlike in the Terrapins' First two wins in the tournament - 
when the senior guard poured in 29 points each time - DLxon 
didn't dominate the scoring column. 

"Today I didn't have to score 29. I only needed to score 19 
and make some defensive plays, " said DLxon. who was 6-fo^l5 
from the fleid and had seven rebounds and four assists. 

"Hopefully we can keep this up." 

Marjland's 1 6th victory In 1 7 games ended the up-and-dow n 
season of fourth-seeded Kentucky (22-10). which got onl\ 17 
points from senior starlSyshaun Prince - 24 fewer than he scored 
in a second-round victory over Tulsa. 

"Prince is going to get his looks. We |usl wanted to make 
sure he didn't get a lot of open looks." Williams said. "ByTon 
Moulon did a good job on him. and we tried to help ollthe screen 
and convince him he wasn't open." 

Prince, w ho was 1 9-for-35 from the Field in the first two tour- 
nament games, was 6-for-16 against the Terrapins. 

"I had plenty of opportunities and didn't get It down." he said. 
"They did a pretty good job of playing defense. Others double- 
teamed me more. They were straight up until I had the opportu- 
nity to shoot." 

Both Maryland and Kentucky played solid defense, and nei- 
ther came within seven points of its season scoring average. 

Drew Nicholas' 3-pointer with 9:54 left gave Maryland the 
lead for good at 56-53. but the Wildcats wouldn't let the Terra- 
pins pull away 

Marquis Estill made two free throws with 5:05 to play to get 
Kentucky within 66-63. but Chris Wilcox and Lonny Baxter each 
made two for Maryland to make It 70-63. 

Maryland reached the regional linais for the fourth time, the 
others coming in 1973. '75. and 2001. 




MVRlLVXt 


78. KEXTlCkTGB 


















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Kentucky 


yun 


FC 


3FC 


FT 


O-D 


Rrb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


SPts 


Prinrc 


r 38 


fi-16 


3-7 


2-2 


1-4 


5 


2 


1 


3 





1 17 


Haves 


f 24 


3-7 


0-1 


1-2 


2-5 


7 


2 


3 








3 7 


Camara 


c 25 


4-9 


0-1 


2-4 


3-4 


7 


2 


1 


3 


1 


2 10 


Hawkins 


e 36 


2-7 


2-3 


04) 


0-5 


5 


3 


6 


6 





1 6 


Bogans 


g 28 


6-14 


2-7 


1-3 


1-0 


1 


3 


2 


2 





2 15 


Carrulh 


4 


0-1 


0-0 


04) 


0-0 





1 














Blevlns 


4 


0-0 


0-0 


04) 


0-1 


1 





1 











Filcti 


12 


0-2 


0-1 


04) 


0-0 


(1 











1 


1) 


Carrier 


1 


041 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 




















Daniels 


7 


0-1 


0-0 


1-2 


1-2 


3 


2 





2 


1 


1 


EsUII 


21 


4-5 


0-0 


4-4 


1-3 


1 


5 





1 


2 


12 


Team 










3-2 


5 












Totals 


200 25-62 


7-20 11-17 


12-26 


38 20 


14 


17 


5 


9 68 


Manland 


MIn 


FC 


3FC 


n 


O-D 


Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


SPIs 


Moulon 


1 31 


5-9 


0-0 


4-5 


3-3 


6 


1 


2 


1 





1 14 


Wilcox 


r 30 


4-IU 


0-1 


7-8 


0-2 


2 


1 


1 


2 





1 15 


Baxter 


c 30 


6-9 


0-0 


44 


1-4 


5 


3 





2 





16 


Dixon 


e 37 


645 


3-B 


4-4 


1-6 


7 


2 


4 


2 





1 19 


Blake 


e 31 


2-9 


0-3 


0-1 


1-2 


3 


3 


5 


4 





2 4 


Mrtiolas 


20 


3-6 


2-4 


0-0 


1-2 


3 


2 


5 


2 





1 8 


Randic 


8 


0-1 


041 


0-0 


0-1 


1 


1 














tlolden 


13 


0-0 


0-0 


2-2 


0-2 


2 


3 





1 


1 


1 2 


Team 










3-4 


7 












TDtals 


200 26-39 


3-16 21-24 


10-26 


36 


16 


17 


14 


1 


7 78 


Kentucky (22-10) 






33 


35 




68 










Marjland 129-4) 






39 


39 




78 










FC*) - kenlncky .4(13. Mar>1and . 


1-11.;!FC%-Kenluck\ 


350 


Manland .313. 


FT* - Kentucky 64" 


. Maryland .87n. Teclinical Fouls 


■ Xone oniclals 


- Steve 


Welmer. Paul Janssen. Ed HlehUra 


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ll//( 01 duiiLs uter I Conn'a Toil} Rohrrlson. 

\Ci\ E\Sr RFGIOX F/V4I- 

Gm 34: [4/4] Manland 90. IIO/ISJ ComecUcut 82 

SYR\Cl SE. N V — Back and lurth. hack and lortli — until 
Steve Blake spoke up and came through. 

Pulled from a tight Easl Regional linal because of poor de- 
fense, and without a point, the junior guard still wanted a shot. 

So when Maryland coach Gary Williams barked instructions 
to get the ball to .Ail-American Juan DLxon with less than a minuli' 
left. Blake cut Williams off and announced he would take cai¥ of 
things. 

With 25 seconds left and the shot clock hearing zero. Blake 
sank a 3-pointer for his first bucket of the game, leading top- 
seeded Maryland to a 90-82 \ictory over Connecticut and a sec- 
ond straight trip to the Final Four 

"That shot was the biggest one 1 could hit for this team." said 
Blake, who missed his only two attempts until then. "At the last 
timeout. I told the guys to look for me. I was just kind ol freelancing 
I knew ill hit the shot it would be lough hir them. 1 just got a good 
look as the shot clock was winding down. " 

That put Maryland up 86-80 and was the clinching blow In a 
Iremendous displav of basket-forbasket play There were eight 
ties and seven lead changes in the linal 13 minules. 

Lonn\ Baxter had a season-high 29 points, and Dixon scored 
27 hir Maryland (30-41. which reached the 30-vietory mark for 
Ihe ftrst time. 

Second-seeded I Conn stayed In Ihe game thanks to suplio- 
moro Caron Butler, who had 26 of his 32 points during a second 
half in which neither team led by more than three points from 
the 14-mlnute mark until the final 36 seconds. 



Maryland scored the final eight points of the first half to take 
a 44-37 lead - IConn's biggesl delicit of the tourne\ to that junc- 
ture - but Butler brought the Huskies back. 

Baxter, the reglonal's Most Outstanding Player, was 7-for-l 2 
from the fteld, 15-for-18 from the free throw line and grabbed 
nine rebounds. He had 24 points and 10 rebounds in the teams' 
first meeting this season, a 77-65 Maryland victory on Dec. 3. 

The Huskies, who had won 1 2 games in a row. kept this one 
as close as a game can be. 

Baxter ga\e Mar\land the lead for good with a hook shot 
that made it 81-79 wilh 2:08 left. 



M\R>LA\D 90, COX\ECTIClT 82 
















Carrier DoDie 


- March 24. 2002 


















Connertlrul 


MIn 


K 


3FC 


n 


U-ll 


Reb 


F 


\ 


T 


B 


SPts 


Butler 


I 


33 


9-13 


3-5 


11-14 


J-2 


7 


3 


4 


2 





1 32 


.Selvie 


( 


37 


2-7 


(Ml 


3-4 


5-1 


6 


3 


1 


2 




7 


llkalor 


c 


23 


2-5 


U-ll 


2-4 


0-6 


6 


4 










6 


Bnivvn. T- 


e 


34 


5-10 


2-4 


0-0 


0-2 


2 


4 


3 


2 





12 


Roberl.son 


g 


28 


5-10 


1-4 


4-4 


0-1 


1 


3 


1 


2 




2 15 


Gonlon 




25 


1-7 


1-4 


5-6 


0-1 


1 





3 


4 





8 


Bnivvn .1 




III 


1-3 


(Ml 


0-0 


0-2 


2 


2 





1 




2 


ll.izrllim 




2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


IMI 


(1 





I) 











H,ives 




7 


0-0 


0-0 


0-2 


1-0 


1 


4 





1 







Tooles 




1 


0-0 


(Ml 


(Ml 


0-0 




















■feam 












3-2 


5 












•htals 




200 


25-55 


7-17 23-34 


14-17 


31 


23 


12 


14 


5 


3 82 


Mariland 




MIn 


FC 


3FC 


n 


OU 


Reb 


F 


\ 


T 


B 


SPls 


Moulon 


( 


34 


1-4 


0-1 


2-2 


1-2 


3 


3 


1 


1 





2 4 


«ilco\ 


1 


25 


5-10 


0-0 


3-4 


2-2 


4 


4 





2 


1 


1 13 


Baxter 


c 


36 


7-12 


0-0 


15-18 


3-6 


9 


2 


1 


4 


1 


1 29 


[iLxon 


« 


38 


10-18 


3-5 


4-4 


0-1 


1 


3 


3 


3 





1 27 


Blake 


e 


27 


1-3 


l-l 


2-2 


1-3 


4 


3 


6 








1 5 


McCall 




1 


0-11 


0-11 


0-0 


0-0 




















Nicholas 




21 


in 


0-1 


■).2 


0-2 


2 


1 


3 


1 





1 2 


Rantlle 




4 


1-2 


0-0 


11-0 


1-0 


1 


3 











2 


llolden 




14 


2-3 


1-1 


3-3 


0-2 


2 


4 





2 





8 


Team 












2-5 


7 












Tolals 




200 27-53 


3-9 31-33 10-23 


33 23 


14 


13 


2 


7 90 


Connecticut (27-7) 






37 


45 




82 










Maryland (30-4) 






44 


46 




90 











FC% - Connecticut .455. Maryland .509. 3FC% - Conneclicul .412. Manland 
556 tT% - Connecticut .735. Maryland .886. Tlrchnlcal Fouls - Xone. Omelals 
- Tom Rucker. Zelton Sleed. Rictiarri Carimell. \ - 29.252. 




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2002 VC44 FMU FOIR - National Semifinal 
dm 35; 14/4] Maryland 97. [2/21 hansas 88 



ATLANTA — Jiuin Dl\(in marie (lain siiri- Marylands riliirn 
to Ihc Final Four diiln'l I'liri after one game this time. 

With its All-Ameriean guard leadiiifi the way, the Terrapins 
rcaehed the national ehampionshif) game lor the first lime with 
a 97-88 \ietory over Kansas. 

finlike the 2001 NCAA semifinal when the Terps hlew a 22- 
point lead to Duke. Mar.yiand managed to make sure this big 
lead held up in the matehup of No. I seeds. 

DlMin hit a baseline jumper with 1 : 1 -I to play tliat gave Mar>'- 
land an 83-82 lead afler Kansas had eut a 2()-poiid lead to five. 
The Jayhawks still weren't done, hut neither was f1i\on, nhn 
finished with :i3 points 

Kansas hit two li-poinlers in llie final :iO seeonds, Afier the 
hrst. Dixon made two Iree throws lo make it 92-85. Afler the sec- 
ond. Kansas called a limeoul it didn't have and Dixon made one of 
two free throws on the technical to make it 9;i-88 with 1 9 seconds 
ten. That was as close as the Ja>hawks would get. 

Chris Wilcox added IH points and nine rebounds for Mary- 
land and Steve Blake liad eight points and 1 1 assists. 

Nick Ccdllson had 21 points and III rebounds ftu' the 
Jayhaw ks, while .^11-American forwaitt Divw Coodeii finished with 
15 points on 5-for-l2 shooting and had nine rebounds. 

Things were far from perfect at the start for Maryland, as 
Kansas (33-Tl jumped to a 13-2 lead inside the opening four 
minutes. Rallying in the first half seemed to fit the Terrapins 
much better than hidding a big leail did a year ago 




Despite center Lonny Baxter being limited to Ihree ndnules 
in the first half because of foul tniuble. Marviand got back in it 
behind Dlxon. the .Mlantic Coast Conference playiM- of the year 
who finished the first half with 19 points. 

The Terrapins went up TT-37 at halfiime and Kansas, de- 
spile getting in serious foul trouble of Us own. was able to stay 
within striking distance. 

Jeff Bosehec's 3-pointcrvvilh 12;lia to plaj had llie Jayhawks 
within 60-53. The Terrapins then went on a 10-11 run. the last 
five points coming lixim Holden. and it was 70-55 with 10:08 
lefi. 

The Terps went up by as many as 20 points. 83-03 on a 3 by 
Dlxon with 0:04 lo play. 

\lter Dlxcm's big shot fiiim the l)aseline and one free thix)« 
from ISIake. Boschee made It 90-85 with his last 3 with 27 sec- 
onds to play. 

Coodens 3-poiiiler made It 92-88 with 19 seconds lefi. hut 
some of the Kansas players signaled h)r a timeout when the liall 
went through, fl may not have been as dramatic as when Chris 
Webber inade the same mislake hir Michigan against North Caro- 
lina in the 1993 championship game, bul it cost the Jayhawks 
dearly. 

Dixon made the 
one free throw on the 
technical and Bvron 
Mouton added two on 
the ensuing posses- 
sion. Drew Nicholas 
capped the scoring 
with two fnx throws 
wilhO I seconds lelt 




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_ Ihf Trips' riiiiil Iter lliruns nllli U:Ot rrinaliiiiif;. Ilrli>»: 
Tfiiin liiuldir liflori- Ihc iiulloniil nfininnul fniiiii'. Munliimrs 
lirsl final hum \Uli)n In siliool lilslon. 



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COMCAST CEIVTER WELCOMED THE 

2002 /VC44 FMiL FOUR - National Championship 
Gm 36: [4/4] Maryland 64. Indiana 52 

ATLANTA — A star who stepped up and a tlghlly wound coach 
— a match made in Maryland — was good enough to turn the 
Terrapins into national champions. 

With Ali-America guard Juan Dixon snapping out of a scor- 
ing drought just in time, Maryland ended Indiana's magical tour- 
nament run w ilh a 64-52 victory. 

This was the Terrapins' first appearance In a national cham- 
pionship game and the senior-laden lineup came through over 
the linal 9;42. pulling away from the Hoosiers to become the 
fourth straight No. 1 seed to win It all. 

Coach Gary Williams guided his alma mater from the depths 
of probation 13 years earlier to the pinnacle of college basket- 
ball. He let his intense demeanor melt long enough to celebrate 
with his team, which featured four players who had started at 
least 100 games in their careers. 

DLxon scored at least 27 points in four of the first five tour- 
nament games, including 33 In the semifinal win over fellow lop 
seed Kansas. He started the title game at that pace, scoring 1 1 
points in the opening 10 minutes. He didn't score again for 2tl 
minutes. 

When he hit a 3-pointer with 9:42 to play, it gave Maryland 
(32-4) the lead for good at 45-44 and the Terrapins made sure 
even a small lead was safe this time. 

Di.\on finished with 1 8 points and he and feliow senior Lonny 
Baxter combined for all the points in the 9-2 run that DLxon started 
with the 3 and Baxter ended with a dunk llial made It 51-46 with 
7:22 to play 

Indiana (25-12), which upset top-seeded Duke then shocked 
second-seeded Oklahoma in the semifinals, just couldn't come 
up with another stunner. 

The team that had the country almost forgetting about Bob 
Knight, again used the 3-point shot as Its main weapon. 

The Hoosiers, who were 23-for-32 from behind the arc In the 
regional final against Kent State and Oklalioma, made eight of 
their first 12, When Jared Jeffries' layiip was goaltended with 
9:53 left, Indiana had its only lead of the game, 44-42. 



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The Terps urifpl Ihc 2002 I\CA\ championship trophy. 

When Dixon and Baxter, who finished with 15 points and 14 
i-ebounds, stepped up, the long shots stopped falling. Indiana 
made just twci of its 1 1 shots from behind the arc and its dream 
of being the first No. 5 seed to win a national championship 
started to fade. 

Kyle Hornsby led Indiana with 1 4 points and Dane Fife added 
1 1 . Jeffries, the Big Ten's player of the year, finished with eighl 
polntson4-lor-I I shooting. The Hoosiers finished 20-for-58 from 
the field (34.5 percent), the first time In the tournamenl the;, 
shot below 50 percent. 

The Terrapins, who won 19 of their last 20 games, again were 
big on the boards, finishing with a 42-31 rebound advantage. 

Maryland was among the country's highest scoring teams at 
85 points per game, but Its third-lowest total of the season was 
good enough to make it the 33rd school to win the national cham- 
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Final 



Conference 



Conference Tourn. 



Year 


Win Loss 


Pet. 


Rank 


Home 


Away 


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Win Loss 


Pet. 


Finish 


Win Loss 


Finisti 


Coach Postseason 


1904-05 





2 


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1910-11 


3 


9 


.250 




2-3 


1-6 


















1913-14 





16 


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0-5 


0-11 


















1918-19 


1 


5 


.167 




0-0 


0-0 


1-5 
















1923-24 


5 


7 


.417 




3-6 


1-0 


1-1 


1 


2 


.333 


11th 


1 1 


Quarterfinals 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1924-25 


12 


5 


.706 




7-2 


4-2 


1-1 


3 


1 


.750 


4th 


1 


First Round 


H, Burton Shiplev 


1925-26 


14 


3 


.824 




10-1 


4-1 


0-1 


7 


1 


.875 


4th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1926-27 


10 


10 


.500 




7-2 


3-7 


0-1 


6 


4 


.600 


9th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1927-28 


14 


4 


.778 




11-0 


3-4 




8 


1 


.889 


4th 


DNP 




H. Burton Shiplev 


1928-29 


7 


9 


.438 




3-5 


4-3 


0-1 


2 


5 


.286 


21st 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1929-30 


16 


6 


.727 




10-3 


6-2 


0-1 


9 


5 


.643 


10th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1930-31 


18 


4 


.818 




10-2 


4-2 


4-0 


8 


1 


.889 


2nd 


2 


Champions 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1931-32 


16 


4 


.800 




11-1 


5-2 


0-1 


9 


1 


.900 


Tlst 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1932-33 


11 


9 


.550 




10-2 


1-6 


0-1 


7 


3 


.700 


3ixl 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1933-34 


11 


8 


.579 




9-4 


2-3 


0-1 


6 


1 


.857 


3r(l 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1934-35 


8 


10 


.444 




6-8 


2-2 




4 


3 


.571 


5th 


DNP 




H. Burton Shiplev 


1935-36 


14 


6 


.700 




9-3 


4-2 


1-1 


4 


3 


.571 


4th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1936-37 


8 


12 


.400 




7-4 


1-7 


0-1 


5 


8 


.385 


TlOth 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1937-38 


15 


9 


.625 




10-3 


4-5 


1-1 


6 


4 


.600 


7th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1938-39 


15 


9 


.625 




9-2 


4-6 


2-1 


8 


3 


.727 


T2ntl 


2 1 


Finals 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1939-40 


14 


9 


.609 




9-2 


4-6 


1-1 


7 


5 


.583 


5th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1940-41 


1 


21 


.045 




1-10 


0-11 







13 


.000 


15th 


DNP 




H. Burton Shiplev 


1941-42 


7 


15 


.318 




4-5 


3-10 




3 


8 


.273 


T12th 


DNP 




H. Burton Shiplev 


1942-43 


8 


8 


.500 




5-3 


3-5 




5 


5 


.500 


9th 


DNP 




H. Burton Shiplev 


1943-44 


4 


14 


.222 




3-6 


1-7 


0-1 


2 


1 


.667 


4th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1944-45 


2 


14 


.125 




1-5 


1-8 


0-1 


2 


5 


.286 


9th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1945-46 


9 


12 


.429 




8-4 


1-7 


0-1 


5 


4 


.556 


5th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1946-47 


14 


10 


.583 




9-3 


5-6 


0-1 


9 


5 


.643 


5th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1947-48 


11 


14 


.444 




6-4 


5-9 


0-1 


9 


7 


.563 


4th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1948-49 


9 


18 


.333 




4-5 


5-11 


0-2 


8 


7 


.533 


8th 


1 


First Round 


Flucie Stewart 


1949-50 


7 


18 


.280 




6-6 


1-12 




5 


13 


.278 


13th 


DNP 




Flurie Stewart 


1950-51 


16 


11 


.593 




10-3 


5-7 


1-1 


11 


8 


.579 


8th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Flurie Stewart 


1951-52 


13 


9 


.542 




8-1 


5-7 


0-1 


9 


5 


.643 


T6th 


1 


First Round 


Bud Mlllikan 


1952-53 


15 


8 


.652 




8-2 


6-5 


1-1 


12 


3 


.800 


T2nd 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 


1953-54 


23 


7 


.767 


1201 INRl 


9-2 


11-4 


3-1 


7 


2 


.778 


2nd 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 


1954-55 


17 


7 


.708 




7-2 


7-4 


3-1 


10 


4 


.714 


3rd 


1 


Ouarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1955-56 


14 


10 


.583 




9-5 


5-4 


0-1 


7 


7 


.500 


5th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1956-57 


16 


10 


.615 




8-2 


5-6 


3-2 


9 


5 


.643 


2nd 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 


1957-58 


22 


7 


.759 


161 [61 


10-1 


6-4 


6-2 


9 


5 


.643 


4th 


3 


Champions 


Bud .Millikan NC.\A Elite Eight (2-1) 


1958-59 


10 


13 


.435 




7-3 


2-8 


1-2 


7 


7 


.500 


T3rd 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1959-60 


15 


8 


.652 




8-2 


7-5 


0-1 


9 


5 


.643 


3rd 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1960-61 


14 


12 


.538 




9-2 


3-8 


2-2 


6 


8 


.750 


5th 


I 1 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 


1961-62 


8 


17 


.320 




4-6 


4-8 


0-3 


3 


11 


.214 


7th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1962-63 


8 


13 


.381 




5-6 


3-6 


0-1 


4 


10 


.286 


T6th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1963-64 


9 


17 


.346 




5-4 


2-10 


2-3 


5 


9 


.357 


6th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1964-65 


18 


8 


.692 




9-3 


7-4 


2-1 


10 


4 


.714 


T2nd 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 


1965-66 


14 


11 


.560 




7-3 


5-7 


2-1 


7 


7 


.500 


5th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1966-67 


11 


14 


.440 




5-5 


4-8 


2-1 


5 


9 


.357 


T5th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1967-68 


8 


16 


.333 




7-3 


1-11 


0-2 


4 


10 


.286 


6th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Frank Fellows 


1968-69 


8 


18 


.308 




4-6 


3-10 


1-2 


2 


12 


.143 


T7th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Frank Fellows 


1969-70 


13 


13 


.500 




10-4 


3-7 


0-2 


5 


9 


.357 


6th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Leflv Driesell 


1970-71 


14 


12 


.538 




11-4 


3-7 


0-1 


5 


9 


.357 


T6th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Leftv Driesell 


1971-72 


27 


5 


.844 


11411111 


14-0 


7-4 


6-1 


8 


4 


.667 


T2nd 


2 1 


Finals 


Leftv Drtesell NIT Champions (4-0) 


1972-73 


23 


7 


.767 


1811101 


12-1 


8-4 


3-2 


7 


5 


.583 


3rd 


2 1 


Finals 


Leftv Driesell NCIA Elite Eight (1-1) 


1973-74 


23 


5 


.821 


141 141 


12-1 


7-3 


4-1 


9 


3 


.750 


T2nd 


2 1 


Finals 


Lefiv Driesell 


1974-75 


24 


5 


.828 


151 151 


12-2 


lO-l 


2-2 


10 


2 


.833 


1st 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Leftv Driesell NCM Elite Right (2-1) 


1975-76 


22 


6 


.786 


11111131 


13-2 


8-3 


1-1 


7 


5 


.583 


T2nd 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Leftv Driesell 


1976-77 


19 


8 


.704 




15-4 


3-3 


1-1 


7 


5 


.,583 


4th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Left\ Driesell 


1977-78 


15 


13 


.536 




10-4 


1-8 


4-1 


3 


9 


.250 


6th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Left\ Driesell 


1978-79 


19 


11 


,633 




12-4 


4-4 


3-3 


6 


6 


.500 


4t.h 


1 1 


Semifinals 


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YEARS • TWO COMSECUTIVE FIIXIAL FOURS • 








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■ COMCAST CEIVTER WELCOMES THE BOOB IVATIOMAL CHAMPIOIVS - 





Overall 




Final 








Conference 




Conference Tourn. 






Vear 


Win 


Loss 


Pel. 


Rank 


Home 


Away 


\eu. 


Win 


Loss 


Pet. 


Finish 


Win Loss 


Finish 


Coach 


Postseason 


1979-80 


24 


7 


.774 


181 181 


16-0 


4-4 


4-3 


11 


3 


.786 


1st 


2 1 


Finals 


Left\' Driesell 


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1980-81 


21 


10 


.677 


II8II11I 


12-3 


5-5 


4-2 


8 


6 


.571 


4th 


2 1 


Finals 


Leftv Driesell 


NCUSerond Round (1-1) 


1981-82 


16 


13 


.551 




13-3 


2-8 


1-2 


5 


9 


.357 


5th 


1 


Ouarterfinals 


Leftv Driesell 


MT Second Round (2-1) 


1982-83 


20 


10 


.667 




14-3 


5-4 


1-3 


8 


6 


.571 


T3rd 


1 


Ouarterllnals 


LeftN' Driesell 


NCWSecond Round (1-1) 


1983-84 


24 


8 


.750 


(111 1101 


13-2 


6-4 


5-2 


9 


5 


.643 


2nd 


3 


Champions 


Left\ Driesell 


NC.\ASweetl6(l-l) 


1984-85 


25 


12 


.676 




14-2 


7-6 


4-4 


8 


6 


.571 


T4th 


1 


Ouarterfinals 


Left\ Driesell 


NCU Sweet 16(2-1) 


1985-86 


19 


14 


.576 




10-5 


6-7 


3-2 


6 


8 


.429 


6th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Leftv Driesell 


NC.A.A Second Round (1-1) 


1986-87 


9 


17 


.346 




8-8 


1-8 


0-1 





14 


.000 


8th 


1 


Ouarterfinals 


Bob Wade 




1987-88 


18 


13 


.581 




8-4 


6-7 


4-2 


6 


8 


.429 


5th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Bob Wade 


NCM Second Round (1-1) 


1988-89 


9 


20 


.310 




5-9 


0-10 


4-1 


1 


13 


.071 


8th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Bob Wade 




1989-90 


19 


14 


.576 




12-4 


3-6 


4-4 


6 


8 


.429 


T5th 


1 


Ouarterfinals 


Garv Williams 


NITSecond Round (1-1) 


1990-91 


16 


12 


.571 




11-3 


3-8 


2-1 


5 


9 


.357 


7th 


DNP 




Garv Williams 




1991-92 


14 


15 


.483 




10-5 


2-7 


2-3 


5 


11 


.313 


8th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Garv Williams 




1992-93 


12 


16 


.429 




8-7 


2-8 


2-1 


2 


14 


.125 


8th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Garv W illiams 




1993-94 


18 


12 


.600 


INRI 1201 


10-3 


4-6 


4-3 


8 


8 


.500 


T4th 


1 


Ouarterfinals 


Garv Williams 


NC^A Sweet 16 (2-1) 


1994-95 


26 


8 


.765 


1101 111! 


16-0 


4-4 


6-4 


12 


4 


.750 


Tlst 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Garv Williams 


NC.W Sweet 16(2-1) 


1995-96 


17 


13 


.567 




11-3 


3-5 


3-5 


8 


8 


.500 


T4th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Garv Williams 


NC.A.\ First Round (0-1) 


1996-97 


21 


11 


.656 


1221 INRI 


11-3 


5-4 


5-4 


9 


7 


.562 


T4th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Gar\ Williams 


N€V\ First Round (0-1) 


1997-98 


21 


11 


.656 


1201 1151 


12-2 


3-5 


6-4 


10 


6 


.625 


3«1 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Gar\ Williams 


N€.V\ Sweet 16(2-1) 


1998-99 


28 


6 


.824 


151 181 


13-1 


7-3 


8-2 


13 


3 


.813 


2nd 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Garv Williams 


NC.W Sweet 16(2-1) 


1999-00 


25 


10 


.714 


11711251 


15-1 


4-5 


6-4 


11 


5 


.688 


2nd 


2 1 


Finals 


Garv Williams 


NC.USecond Round (1-1) 


2000-01 


25 


11 


.694 


1111141 


11-3 


6-3 


8-5 


10 


6 


.625 


3«1 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Garv Williams 


NC.W Final Four (4-1) 


2001-02 


32 


4 


.889 


141111 


15-0 


7-2 


10-2 


15 


1 


.838 


1st 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Garv Williams 


^C.\.\ CEWIPIONS (6-0) 


1 1 / 1 1 indicates final rankings in 


\P and Coacties Polls 























Coaching History Arena History 




H. Burton 
Shiple} 

1923-24 10 l!)46'47 
24 seasoB§ 

0\erall: 243-199 

(-550) 
SC: 124-91 (.5771 



Hucie 
Stewart 

lf>47-48 (o 1949-10 
3 seagomi 

OveraU: 27-48 (.360) 
SC: 22-27 (468) 



Bud 
Wllikan 

/950--/ 10 1966-67 
17 rteusons 
Overall: 243-182 

(.5721 
SC/ACC: 130-109 

(544) 



Frank 
Fellons 

1967-68 to 1968-69 
2 seasons 

Oicrall: 16-34(320) 
.\CC: 6-22 (.214) 



Ihe (i}mnii§ium 

1923-24 to 1930-31 

Ail-Time Record: 61-21 (8) 

H- Burton Shiple\ 161-21 in8scas(ins) 



Ritchie Colif»euiu 

1931-32 to 1934-35 

All-Time Record: 169-90 (24) 

H. Burliin Shiple\ (I I l-H,i in 16 seasons) 
Flucic Sk'ttarl (16-15 in 3 scii.siinsi 
Bud Millikiin (42-111 in 5si-as(ins| 




^ 



Charles "Left} ' 
Driesell 

1969-70 lo I98%86 
1 7 seasons 



Bob 
Wade 

1986-87 10 1988-89 
3 seasons 



Overall: 348-159 (.686) Overall: 36-5(1 (419) 
\CC: 122-100 (.550) .\CC: 7-35 (.1671 



Gar} 
ttilliams 

1989-90 to Present 
13 seasons 

Overall: 274-141 (.640) 
\CC: 114-90 1.559) 




Cole Field House 

1933-3610 2001-02 

All-Time Record: 476-151 (47) 

BudMillikan (86-42 in 12 seasons) 

Frank Felluws ( 1 1-9 in 2 seasons) 

Charles "Leftv" Driesell (213-44 in 17 seasons) 

Bob Wade (21-21 in 3 seasons) 

Garv Williams (155-35 in 13 seasons) 



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mainland Week^By-neek In HhTime Associated Press Polls 

1948-49 -NmI Ranked- 



Note; A lotal (if 26 Icams have been rankeil No 2 al leasl once in all-lime AP polls, that have never been rankerl Nii I Mar>land leads the way with 23 No. 2 
rankings without ever reaehing No. I, A listing: Maryland 23; Louis\ille 15; Wake Forest 10. 1'nrriue 111; Da>tnii 7; St B(ina\enlure 7; I1'i-;P4. Auburn 3; Florida 
Stale 3; California 3; Minnesota 3: Louisiana Slate 2: NYl 2: Pittsburgh 2; Si. Josephs 2; I tab 2; Villano\a 2; Clemson 1. Davidson 1. Lone Island ': Penns\l\ania 
I; Santa Clara 1; Soulhern California 1; SMU I: Vandcrbill 1; Washinglon. 



Ulanland In Hnul Polls 



1949-50 




.%iit Kanked- 
































1950-51 




-Niil Ranked- 
































1951-52 




-Nol Ranked- 
































1952-53 




-Nol Ranked- 
































1953-54 


D8 


D13 


D22 


D29 


J3 


JI2 


JI9 


J26 


F2 


F9 


FI6 


F23 


m 


M9 


M23 






















14 


13 


13 


11 


11 


11 


17 


14 


20 








1954-55 


D7 


D14 


D21 


D28 


J4 


Jll 


JI8 


J23 


Fl 


F8 


F13 


F22 


\l\ 


M8 




















11 


11 


6 


B 


12 


11 


11 


17 


18 












1955-56 




-Nol Ranked- 
































1956-57 




-N'ol Ranked- 
































1957-38 


DIO 


D17 


D24 


D31 


J7 


J14 


J2I 


J28 


F4 


Fll 


FI8 


F25 


M4 


Mil 














6 


6 


7 


11 


8 


6 


9 


8 


9 


14 


17 


17 


6 










19,18-59 




-\i)l Ranked- 
































1959-HII 




.\ol Ranfccd- 
































1960-61 


Di3 


D20 


D27 


J3 


JIO 


Jt7 


J24 


J3I 


F7 


FI4 


F2I 


F2S 


M7 












12 


1961-62 




-Nol Ranked- 
































1962-63 




-\oi Ranked- 
































1963-64 




-\iil Ranked- 
































1964-65 




-\iil Ranked- 
































1965-66 




-\ul RanKed- 
































1966-67 




-Niil Rankfd- 
































1967-6fi 




-Nijl Ranked- 
































1968-69 




-Nol Ranked- 
































1969-7(1 




-\ol Ranked- 
































1970-71 




-Nol Ranked- 
































1971-72 


PS 


D7 


D14 


02 1 


028 


J4 


Jll 


JI8 


J23 


Fl 


F8 


F15 


F22 


F29 


J17 


tll4 








6 


5 


15 


15 


16 


12 




- 


18 






19 


12 


18 


13 


14 






1972-73 


PS 


D5 


D12 


1)19 


026 


J2 


J9 


JI6 


J23 


J30 


F6 


F13 


F20 


F27 


tI6 


MI3 








3 


3 


3 


2 


9 


2 


2 


3 


4 


3 


9 


10 


8 


9 


10 


8 






1973-74 


PS 


D4 


Dll 


D18 


D23 


J2 


J8 


JI3 


J22 


J29 


F5 


F12 


F19 


F26 


M3 


MI2 


M19 


M27 




4 


4 


4 


2 


2 


3 


3 


4 


D 


6 


7 


6 





5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


1974-75 


PS 


D3 


DIO 


D17 


D24 


031 


J7 


JI4 


J2I 


J28 


F4 


Fll 


F18 


F25 


M4 


Mil 


MI8 


M2r> \2 




4 


4 


D 


a 


5 


7 


3 





3 


8 


4 


3 


3 


2 


9 


4 


4 


5 5 


1975-76 


PS 


D2 


D9 


D16 


D23 


030 


J6 


J13 


J20 


J27 


F3 


FIO 


F17 


F24 


M2 


M9 


MI6 






3 


2 


2 


2 


9 


2 


2 


2 


9 


7 


5 


4 


7 


10 


9 


12 


11 




1976-77 


PS 


\30 


D7 


D14 


D21 


028 


J4 


Jll 


JI8 


J25 


Fl 


F8 


FI5 


F22 


Ml 


MS 


MIS 






8 


16 


17 


14 


15 


16 


15 


14 


13 




















1977-78 


PS 


M9 


D6 


D13 


020 


027 


J3 


JIO 


JI7 


J24 


J3I 


F7 


FI4 


F2t 


F28 


M6 


MI3 






14 


14 


12 


18 


20 


14 


15 
























1978-79 


PS 


\28 


D5 


D12 


019 


026 


J3 


J9 


JIO 


J23 


J30 


F6 


FI3 


F20 


F27 


M6 


MI3 








19 


19 








20 




19 




17 
















1979-80 


PS 


D4 


Dll 


D18 


026 


J2 


J8 


J13 


J22 


J29 


F3 


FI2 


F19 


F26 


M4 


























15 


12 


7 


8 


9 


7 


8 








1980-81 


PS 


D2 


D9 


DI6 


023 


0,30 


J6 


JI3 


J20 


J27 


F3 


FIO 


F17 


F24 


M3 


MIO 








4 


4 


4 


9 


9 


9 


8 


10 


10 


14 


13 


19 


20 


17 


20 


18 






1981-82 




-Not Ranked- 
































1982-83 




-Not Ranked- 
































1983-84 


PS 


IV29 


D6 


D13 


020 


027 


J3 


JIO 


J17 


J24 


J31 


F7 


FI4 


F21 


F28 


M6 


MIS 






8 


6 


11 


9 


8 


6 


5 


5 


7 


5 


10 


13 






19 


14 


11 




1984-85 


PS 


N27 


D4 


Dll 


018 


025 


Jl 


J8 


J15 


J22 


J29 


F5 


FI2 


FI9 


F26 


M5 


MI2 


















19 








17 


20 


20 












1983-86 


PS 


\26 


D3 


DIO 


017 


024 


031 


J7 


JI4 


J21 


J28 


F4 


Fll 


FI8 


F23 


M4 


Mil 






19 


17 


















- 






- 




- 






19R6-87 




-^ol Ranked- 
































1987-88 




-N(il Rankfd- 
































1988-89 




-\(il Ranki-d- 
































1989-90 




-Nol Ranki'd- 
































1990-91 




-Nol Ranki'd- 
































1991-92 




-Not Ranked- 
































1992-93 




-Nol Ranked- 
































1993-94 


PS 


IV22 


^29 


D6 


013 


020 


027 


J3 


JIO 


J17 


J24 


J31 


F7 


F14 


F21 


F28 


M7 


MI4 










- 










- 


25 


18 


21 












- 


1994-95 


PS 


\21 


^28 


03 


012 


019 


026 


J3 


JIO 


J17 


J24 


J31 


F6 


F13 


F20 


F27 


M6 


MI3 




7 


7 


11 


11 


12 


11 


9 


7 


9 


8 


8 


,9 


8 


7 


7 


6 


10 


10 


1995-96 


PS 


\20 


IV27 


04 


Oil 


018 


025 


J2 


J9 


J16 


J22 


J29 


F5 


FI2 


FI9 


F26 


SI4 


Mil 




15 


14 


19 


20 














- 
















1996-97 


PS 


M9 


IV25 


02 


09 


016 


023 


030 


J6 


J13 


J20 


J27 


F3 


FIO 


FI7 


F24 


M3 


MIO 














25 


21 


19 


19 


11 


7 


5 


7 


10 


14 


16 


22 


22 


1997-98 


PS 


\16 


N23 


01 


08 


013 


022 


D29 


J4 


Jll 


J18 


J25 


F2 


F9 


FI6 


F23 


Ml 


M6 








24 


23 


19 


22 


20 


20 








23 


25 


24 


25 




21 


20 


1998-99 


PS 


\13 


ni22 


\29 


07 


014 


D21 


028 


J4 


Jll 


JI8 


J23 


Fl 


F8 


FI5 


F22 


Ml 


M8 




6 


6 


D 


2 


2 


5 


5 


4 


5 


5 


4 


4 


7 


7 


5 


:) 


,9 


3 


1999-00 


PS 


\15 


\22 


^29 


06 


013 


D20 


027 


J3 


JIO 


JI7 


J24 


J30 


F7 


Ft4 


F2I 


F28 


M6 M13 








24 


24 


21 


16 


17 


14 


12 


18 


24 


22 


25 


23 


22 


19 


17 


20 17 


2000-01 


PS 


M3 


\20 


\27 


04 


Dll 


DI8 


025 


Jl 


J8 


JI5 


J22 


J29 


F5 


F12 


FI9 


F26 


M5 M12 




a 


6 


6 


13 


19 


20 


20 


18 


17 


14 


12 


8 


9 


13 


17 


20 


16 


11 11 


2001-02 


PS 


IV19 


K26 


03 


DIG 


D17 


024 


031 


J7 


J14 


J21 


J28 


F4 


Fll 


FIO 


F25 


M4 


Mil 




2 


6 


5 


3 


3 


2 


8 


8 


4 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


9 


9 


2 


4 





»rar 


iPKaiik 


t^oaebes Rank 


1954 


20 


NA 


1958 


6 


6 


1972 


14 


11 


1973 


8 


10 


1974 


4 


4 


1975 


5 


5 


1976 


11 


13 


1980 


8 


8 


1981 


18 


11 


1984 


11 


10 


1994 


N.A 


20 


1995 


10 


11 


1997 


22 


NA 


1998 


20 


13 


1999 


5 


8 


2000 


17 


25 


2001 


11 


4 


2002 


4 


1 



AP Poll Histor} 

The \ssi)cialefl Press (AP) has maintained ils poll consistentlv 

since the 1948-49 season. The poll consisted ol jusl 10 teams 

between the 1960-61 and 1967-68 seasons, and was expanded 

to ineiude 25 teams since the 1989-90 season. 

Poll Oebul— .Ian, 19, 1954 (No, 14| 

flalal Polls Ml-Ume— 301 

Mo.sl ronsrruihe Polls— 79 (Feb. 15, 1972 to Jan, 18,1977) 

Gurreiil (^onseculhe Polks — 54 

Ttolal Years In The AP Poll— 26 

Most Consecuihe Wari^l(MI97l-72 lo 19«l)-8() 

Current r.onseculhe Years — 9 

ftolal \pprarancrs In VP Final Poll— 17 

Itolal lop 1(1 Rankings In \P Final Poll- H 

IllShesI Rajiklng In VP Final Poll— \.i 4 120112 and I974I 

Ttolal Polls In VP Top 10— 165 

Most Conserutlu' Polls In \P Top 10—68 II'S72 to Maixh 2, 

19761 

Cnrrenl Consecuihe Polls In VP Tnp 10— IH 

Itolal Polls In VP Top 3—92 

Most (.onserullve Polls In VP Top 3—18 (Feb 4, 1975 lo 

Jan 211, 19761 

Current Consecuihe Polls In ,VP Top 5—10 

Tblal Ibp 10 Llsllnfi.s— 

«1(1 «9 #8 #7 #6 #5 «4 #3 #2 #1 
9 13 18 17 16 28 23 |r 93 

Coaches Poll Hislor} 

OriKinaied by tiniled Pre.ss Inlernaliunal (t Pi) in (he 1950-51 
season. I SA Today has adniinistered ilic national Coaches Poll 
since the 1992-93 season From 1993-97, il was known as the 
USA Today/C\N Poll. II was the USA Today/NABC Poll in 1998 
and 1999, Since 2000, 11 has been Ihe |iSA Todav/ESPN Poll, 
The poll consisted of 20 (cams un[il evpandinj; lo 25 teams in 
1990-91, 

Poll Drbul— Jan, 4, 1955 (No, 14) 
■ftlal Polls Vll-Tlmt^ 272 

Mosl Consecuihe Polls— 65 (Feb, 8, 1972 lo llec 14, 1SI77) 
Current Consecuihe Poll)*— 48 
Tblal Years In The Coaches Poll— 25 
Mosl Consecuihe Years— 10 (1971-72 to 1980-81) 
Curreitl Consecuihe Years— 9 
llolat Vppearances In Coaches Final Poll — 16 
Iblal 1)ip 10 Kanklnes In Coaches llnal Poll— 9 
lll^hesl Kankinf; In Coaches Mnal Poll— No 1 (2002) 
Total Polls In Coaches Top 10— 138 
Most Consecuihe Polls In Coaches Top 10— 42 [March 13, 
. 1973 lo March 2, 1976) 

CurrenI Consecuihe Polls In Coaches Ibp 10—21 
Tlllal Polls In Coaches Top 3 — 71 
Mosl Consecuihe Polls In Coaches Hip 5— 1 1 IJan 7, 2002 
to Final 2002) 

CurrenI Consecuihe Polls In Coaches Ibp 3 — 1 1 
Iblal Ibp lOllsllnes— 

»10 «9 #8 #7 m »5 «4 »3 #2 #1 
11 9 9 21 18 18 20 17 14 1 



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}l,inland lleeA-Bv-lleeA In MhTinie Coaches Polls 



UI50-31 




-Nol Rankcd- 




























1951-52 




-Nol Rankcd- 




























1952-53 




-\ol Rankcd- 




























1953-5-1 




-\ol Ranked- 




























1934-33 


D7 


D14 D2I 


D28 


J4 


JM 


JI8 


J25 


Fl 


F8 


FI3 


F22 


Ml 


M8 












- 


14 


14 


11 


12 


14 


18 


17 












1953-56 




-\ol Ranked- 




























1956-57 


DIO 


-\ot Ranked- 
DI7 D24 




























1957-38 


D3I 


J7 


JI4 


J2I 


J28 


F4 


Fll 


FI8 


F23 


M4 


Mil 










9 9 


7 


12 


/ 


( 


11 


to 


8 


It 


15 


17 


6 






1938-39 


1)9 


DI6 D23 


D30 


J6 


JI3 


J20 


J27 


f3 


FIO 


FI7 


F24 


M2 


M9 






16 


1959-60 




-Nol Ranked- 




























I960-6I 


D6 


DI3 D20 


D27 


J3 


JIO 


JI7 


J24 


J3I 


F7 


FI4 


F2I 


F28 


M7 






15 


1961-62 




-Not Rankcd- 




























1962-63 




-Nol Ranked- 




























1963-64 




-Not Ranked- 




























1964-65 




-Not Ranked- 




























1965-66 




-\ol Ranked- 




























1966-67 




-Nol Rankcd- 




























1967-68 




-\ul Rankcd- 




























1968-69 




-Nol Rankf d- 




























1969-70 




-Nol Ranked- 




























1970-71 




-Nol Ranked- 




























1971-72 


PS 


D7 DI4 


D2I 


D28 


J4 


Jll 


JI8 


J23 


Fl 


m 


F15 


F22 


F29 


M7 


M14 






5 15 


13 


14 


10 


20 


15 


16 




17 


14 


11 


13 


14 


11 


1972-73 


PS 


D5 D12 


D19 


D26 


J2 


J9 


JI6 


J23 


J30 


F6 


FI3 


F20 


F27 


M6 


M13 






3 4 


3 


4 


4 


7 


3 


4 


3 


8 


/ 


9 


11 


13 


10 


1973-74 


PS 


Dll DI8 


n23 


J2 


J8 


JI3 


J22 


J29 


F3 


FI2 


FI9 


F26 


M5 


MI2 








a J 


4 


3 


3 


4 


4 


6 


7 


6 


6 





D 


4 




1974-75 


PS 


DIO DI7 


D24 


D3I 


J7 


JI4 


J21 


J28 


F4 


Fit 


FIS 


F23 


M4 


Mil 






Gar) Willhtms wilh the 

Sv.irs Trophy. 

presented ,innudll\ to 

the \(.i\ thumpion 

and \o. I ranked 

team in the ISi 

1bda\/lSI*\ roaches 

poll as sponsored b} 

the WHC. Williams 

recehed the cnstal 

trophy at a mornins 

press conference 

followinff the national 

championship same. 

in dunnlown Ulanln. 







10 


6 


7 


7 


6 


6 


4 


8 


4 


3 


3 


2 


9 


5 










1975-76 


PS 


D9 


DI6 


D23 


030 


J6 


JI3 


J20 


J27 


F3 


FIO 


FI7 


F24 


M2 


M9 














3 


3 


2 


9 


9 


4 


3 


7 


6 


4 


7 


8 


8 


13 










1976-77 


PS 


D7 


DI4 


D2I 


028 


J4 


Jll 


JI8 


J25 


Fl 


ra 


FIS 


1-22 


Ml 


M8 














15 


13 




16 


18 




18 
























1977-78 


PS 


D6 


D13 


020 


027 


J3 


JIO 


JI7 


J24 


J3I 


F7 


FI4 


F2I 


F28 


M6 














12 


18 


18 


14 


12 




























1978-79 


PS 


D12 


DI9 


026 


J3 


J9 


JI6 


J23 


J30 


F6 


FI3 


F20 


F27 


M6 




















20 


20 






























1979-80 


PS 


D4 


Dll 


018 


026 


J2 


J8 


JI3 


J22 


J29 


F3 


FI2 


FI9 


F26 


M4 




















- 






- 


14 


13 





7 


7 


/ 


8 










1980-81 


PS 


D9 


DI6 


023 


030 


J6 


JI3 


J20 


J27 


F3 


FIO 


F17 


F24 


M3 


MIO 














4 


9 


9 


9 


8 


7 


7 


13 


11 


16 


- 


20 




20 










1981-82 




-Nol Ranked- 


































1982-83 




-Not Ranked- 


































1983-84 


PS 


D6 


DI3 


D20 


027 


J3 


JIO 


JI7 


J24 


J31 


F7 


FI4 


F2I 


F28 


M6 


MI3 












15 


11 


11 


6 


6 


6 


/ 





9 


13 


17 




19 


14 


10 








1984-83 


PS 


\27 


D4 


Dll 


018 


025 


Jl 


J8 


JI5 


J22 


J29 


F3 


FI2 


FI9 


F26 


M3 


M12 
















18 


20 


16 








17 


19 


19 


19 












1985-86 




-Nol Ranked- 


































1986-87 




-Nol Ranked- 


































1987-88 




-Nol Rankcd- 


































1988-89 




-Nol Ranked- 


































1989-90 




-Not Ranked- 


































1990-91 




-Nol Ranked- 


































1991-92 




-Nol Ranki-d- 


































1992-93 




-Not Rankcd- 


































1993-94 


PS 


\29 


06 


013 


020 


027 


J3 


JIO 


JI7 


J24 


J3I 


F7 


FI4 


F2I 


F28 


M7 


MI4 


A3 


















- 






21 


21 














20 




1994-95 


PS 


\28 


D5 


DI2 


019 


D26 


J3 


JIO 


JI7 


J24 


J3I 


F6 


FI3 


F20 


F27 


M6 


MI3 


\4 






14 


10 


11 


12 


11 


11 


11 


13 


9 


9 


8 


10 


7 


7 


6 


10 


10 


11 




1993-96 


PS 


N20 


\27 


04 


Oil 


DI8 


025 


J2 


J9 


JI6 


J22 


J29 


F5 


FI2 


FI9 


F26 


M4 


Mil 


A3 




19 


14 


16 


19 


24 


25 


24 






















. 




1996-97 


PS 


M9 


N2j 


D2 


09 


DI6 


023 


030 


J6 


JI3 


J20 


J27 


F3 


FIO 


FI7 


F24 


M3 


MIO 










- 






2j 


21 


19 


19 


11 


7 


5 


7 


10 


14 


16 


22 


22 




1997-98 


PS 


\24 


Dl 


D8 


015 


022 


029 


J4 


Jll 


JI8 


J25 


F2 


ra 


FI6 


F23 


Ml 


M8 


\l 






23 






■n 


20 


20 


18 








24 




25 




25 


24 


22 


13 




1998-99 


PS 


\22 


\29 


D7 


014 


D2I 


028 


J4 


Jll 


JI8 


J23 


Fl 


F8 


FI5 


F22 


Ml 


MS 


M3I 












2 


9 





3 


4 


6 


5 


4 


4 


6 


7 


5 


5 


5 


5 


8 




1999-00 


PS 


\22 


\29 


D6 


013 


D20 


027 


J3 


JIO 


JI7 


J24 


J30 


F7 


FI4 


ni 


F28 


M6 


MI3 


A3 




23 


22 


23 


19 


14 


15 


16 


15 


16 




21 


21 


22 


22 


19 


19 


19 


16 


25 


2000-01 


PS 


\20 


\27 


D4 


on 


DI8 


025 


Jl 


J8 


JI5 


J22 


J29 


F3 


FI2 


FI9 


F26 


M5 


MI2 


V3 




7 


6 


14 


17 


19 


19 


19 


17 


16 


14 


14 


Ifl 


13 


18 


20 


16 


13 


11 


4 


2001-02 


PS 


\12 


M9 


\26 


03 


010 


Dt7 


024 


D3I 


J7 


JI4 


J2I 


J28 


F4 


Fll 


FI8 


F23 


M4 


Mil V2 




3 


6 





4 


2 


9 


9 


6 


6 


4 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


2 


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\o. I Terrapins! 

MaiylantI has been ranked No, 2 a total of 37 
times between the AP and Coaches Polls, but 
achieved Its first and only No. 1 ranking In his- 
lon on \prll 2. 2002 - one da\ after defeating 
Indiana for the 2002 NC.A,\ Championship. The 
final \P poll was released prior to the NCAA Tour- 
nament, thus the No. 1 ranking by I SA TOD.W 
KSPN remains the only poll in which Maryland 
has ever been ranked No. 1 . The Terrapins' four 
losses in 2002 (Oklahoma, Duke. .Arizona. NO 
State) were all on the road to teams ranked in 
the ISA Today/ESPN final Top 25. 

The I SA TODA)/ESP\ Coacha^ Final Top 25 col- 
lege basketball coaches' poll, wilh number of 
first-place \utes and record in parentheses, to- 
tal points andprexious ranking (Records through 
April I. 2002}: 

Team Points Previous 

1. M\R>LWD (31) (32-4)... 773 4 

2. Kansas 133--)) 720 2 

3. Indiana (25-12) 701 NR 

-I. Oklahoma (31-5) 692 3 

5. Duke (31-4) 606 I 

6 (tie) Connecticut (27-7) 586 13 

6. (tie) Oregon (26-9) 586 1 1 

B.Cincinnati (31-4) 489 5 

9. Pittsburgh (29-6) 482 7 

10. Arizona (24-10) 458 T8 

11. Illinois (26-9) 410 T16 

12. Kent State (30-6) 402 NR 

13. Kentucky (22-10) 394 15 

14. Alabama (27-8) 281 T8 

15. Missouri (24-12) 272 .NR 

16. Gonzaga (29-4) 264 6 

17. Ohio State (24-8) 237 12 

18. (tie)Mar(|iiette(25-8) 186 10 

18. (tie) Te.xas (22-12) 186 .NR 

20. ICLA (21-12) 170 NR 

21. Mississippi State (27-8) 162 18 

22. Southern Illinois (28-8) 157 .NR 

23. Florida (22-9) 140 14 

24. .Xavier (26-6) 116 19 

25. NC State (23-1 1) 86 25 

Dropped Oul: No. (6 (tie) Southern Cal. No. 20 
Western Kentucky. No. 21 .Miami. Fla.. No. 22 
Oklahoma State. No. 23 Stanford. .No. 24 Ha- 



Olhers Receding \otes: IJSC 80, Miami. Fla, 
66, Wake Forest 54, Notre Dame 44, Georgia 
44, Western Kentucky 44, California 35. Okla- 
homa State 31, Stanfoixl 30, Tulsa 20, Wiscon- 
sin 17. Hawaii 15, Wyoming 1 1, Texas Tech 8. 
Memphis 6, Creighton 5, INC Wilmington 5. 
Butler 2, 




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Indiildual Records 



Sioilng 

Game: 44 


Ernest, Graham vs. NC State (12-20-78) 


Season: 


776 


W<ill Williams (1992) 


Fr.: 


382 


.]w Smith (19941 


So.: 


708 


Joe Smith (1995) 


Jr.: 


701 


Len Bias (1985) 


Sr.: 


776 


Walt Williams (1992) 


Career: 


2,269 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


Sioring Average 

Season: 26.8 Walt Williams (1992) 


Fr.: 


19.7 


Joe Smith (1994) 


So.: 


21.2 


Tom McMlllcn (1972) 


Jr.: 


23.3 


Hill Helzel (1969) 


Sr.: 


26.8 


Wall Williams (1992) 


Career; 


20.3 


Turn .\k\lillen( 1974) 


Rebounds 

Game: 26 


Len Elmore \s. Wake Forest (2-27-74) 


Season: 


412 


Len Elmore (1974) 


Fr.: 


323 


Buck Williams (1979) 


So.: 


362 


Joe Smith (1993) 


Jr.: 


363 


Buck Williams (1981) 


Sr.: 


412 


Len Elmore (1974) 


Career: 


1.053 


Len Elmore (1972-74) 


Rehouttding 

Season: 14 7 


Average 

Len Elmore (1974) 


Fr.: 


10.7 


Joe Smith (1994) 


So.: 


1 1 .0 


Len Elmore (1972) 


Jr.: 


12.2 


Will Helzel (19691 


Sr.: 


14.7 


Len Elmore (1974) 


Career: 


12.2 


Len Elmore (1972-74) 


\ssisti 

Game: 


13 


Terrell Slokes vs. W. Carolina (1 1-14-98) 


Season: 


286 


Ste\e Hlake (20(12) 


Fr.: 


217 


Sle\e [Slake (20(HI| 


So.: 


248 


Sle\e Blake (20(11) 


Jr.: 


286 


Steve Blake (20(12) 


Sr.: 


213 


Terrell Slokes (1998-99) 


Career: 


751 


Ste\e Blake (2000-present) 


Steals 

Game: 


9 


Johnn\ Rhodes al North Carolina (2-7-96) 




9 


Johnnv Rhodes vs. .American (12-23-95) 


Season: 


110 


Johnnv Rhodes (1996) 


Fr.: 


71 


Steve Blake (2000) 




71 


Johnnv Rhodes (1993) 


So.: 


78 


Johnnv Rhodes (1994) 


Jr.: 


96 


Juan Oivin (2000) 


Sr.: 


110 


Johnn\ Rhodes (1996) 


Career: 


344 


Johnnv Rhodes (1993-96) 



Blocked Shots 

Game: 1 2 Cedric Lewis at South Elorida ( 1 -20-9 1 1 


12 Derrick Lewis at James Madison (1-28-871 


Season: 


143 Cedric Lewis (1991) 


Fr.: 


99 Derrick Lewis (1985) 


So.: 


97 Joe Smith (1995) 


Jr.: 


114 Derrick Lewis (1987) 


Sr.: 


143 Cedric Lewis (1991) 


Career: 


339 Derrick Lewis (1985-88) 


Field Goal Percentage 

Game: 1.000 l.onny Ba.\ter \s. North Texas (10 of 10. 12- 
23-98) 


Season: 


.647 BurkWilliams(l83of283. 1981) 


So.: 


.606 Buck Williams 1143(1)236. 1980) 


Jr.: 


.643 Cres Manning (196 of 305. 1980) 


Sr.: 


.647 Buck Williams (183 of 283. 1981) 


Career: 


.615 Buck Williams (446 of 725. 1979-81) 


Held Goals }lade 

Game: 18 Ernest Oaham vs. NO State (12-20-78) 


Conseculhe in Game: 


10 Lnnn\ Baxter vs. North Texas (12-23-98) 


10 Barrv Yates vs. Miami (Ela.l (12-29-701 


10 Keith Gatlin vs. Clemson (2-17-85) 


Conseculhe in Multiple Games: 


15 Greg Manning (over two games during the 
1981 season: also an .\CC record) 


Season: 


275 \lherl king (1980) 


Fr. 


190 John Lucas (1973) 


So.: 


253 John Lucas (1974) 


Jr.: 


275 Mbert King (1980) 


Sr.: 


270 .Adrian Branch (1983) 


Career: 


862 \lhert King (1977-811 


862 John Lucas (1973-76) 


Field Goals Utempted 

Game: 34 Gene Shue vs. Washington & Lee (2-12-53) 


Season: 


542 Wall Williams (1992) 


Fr.: 


393 Joe Smith (1994) 


So.: 


306 Juan Oixon (2000) 


Jr.: 


327 Will lletzel (1969) 


Sr.: 


542 Walt Williams (1992) 


Career: 


1.713 Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


3-Point Held Goals Hade 

Game: 7 Wall Williams vs. Florida Stale (2-5-92) 


Season: 


92 Juan Dixon (2002) 


Fr. 


59 Johnnv Rhodes (1993) 


So.: 


49 Juan Dixon (2000) 


Jr.: 


64 TevonMcCiiv (1990) 


Sr.: 


92 Juan Dixon (2002) 


Career: 


239 Juan Dixon (1999-02) 



3-Point Held Goals Ulempted 



Game: 


13 


l)ann\ Miller vs. Clemson (1-22-001 




Season: 


240 


Walt Williams (19921 




Fr. 


175 


Johnnv Rhodes (1993) 




So.: 


135 


Juan Dixon (2000) 




Jr.: 


164 


TevonMcCov (19901 




Sr.: 


240 


Walt Williams (1992) 




Career: 


615 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 




Free Throw 

Game: 1.000 


Percentage 

Jerrv Greenspan vs. .Minnesota (14 of 14. 12- 
IO-60) 


Season 


mill. ' 


O.ill.l: 'Mill Creg Manning (79 of 87. 


1980) 


Season 


mill. 


00 all.): ii'ili Juanf)i\on(141of 157. 


2002) 


Career: 


.858 


Greg Manning (315 of 367. 1978-81) 




Free Throns Made 

Game: 17 Tom McMlllcn vs. Canisius (12-17-711 


Conseculive in 


Game: 






15 


Albert King vs. Boston University (2-1 1-80) 


Conseculive in 


Multiple Games: 






40 


Juan Dixon (2001) 




Season: 


213 


Keith Biiolh (1997) 




Fr. 


168 


JoeSmilh (1994) 




So.: 


209 


Joe Smith (1995) 




Jr.: 


162 


Keith Booth (1996) 




Sr.: 


213 


Keith Booth (1997) 




Career: 


576 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 




Free Throns U templed 

Game: 24 Keith Booth vs. George Washington (12-9-96) 


Season: 


297 


Keith Booth (1997) 




Fr. 


229 


Joe Smith (1994) 




So.: 


282 


Joe Smith (1995) 




Jr.: 


214 


Keith Booth (1996) 




Sr.: 


297 


Keith Booth (1997) 




Career: 


824 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 




Games Played 

Season: 37 Len Bias (1985) 




37 


\drian Branch (1985) 




Career: 


141 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 




Conseculive in a Career: 




141 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 




Games 

Season: 


Started 

37 Len Bias (1985) 






37 


Adrian Branch (1985) 




Career: 


126 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 




Conseculive in a Career: 




126 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 






/,(■/! liias 



Keith liootli 



l,en i:imore 



/tei7/i Gallin 



Johnm Khories 



Joe Smitli 



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Individual Leaders 




Most Points. Game (30-poittt scorers) 

I 44 ErneslGrahiinns. m: Slate (12-20-781 

2. 4.1 \IBunae\s^:ile 11-4-60) 

3. 41 Lfii Bias alHiik- 11-25-861 

Gene Shut- vs Washlnslon & Lee (2-12-53) 



40 JoeSmillns Duke (3-1-95) 



S - (ii-iie Shue v s Wake ForesI (3-6-53) 



39 c - \\alt Williams \s. Wake Forest (1-22-92) 
38 A-\\altV\illiaiiis\s. Clemson (3-12-92) 
c - Wall Wllllanis at Florida Stale (2-5-92) 
A - Mbert King vs. Clemson (2-29-80) 
Jim O'Brien vs, \(irlh Carolina (1-27-73) 
Hoftai-ri White vs Snuih Carolina (12-16-70) 



1 3. 36 Evens Burns \s. (ienraia Terli (2-6-93) 

14. 35 ExreeHippvs.TcmMinSUite 112-23-93) 

Jernid Mustaf \s Duke 12-111-90) 

Len Bias at Nurtli liamlina (2-20-86) 

Tom McMillen al C.curse Washinalon (12-4-71) 

18 34 Walt Williams at Clemsiin (2-22-921 

Tonv Massenhura 's Cenraia Tech 12-3-90) 

John l.ueas\s M: Stale (1-2H-76) 

John Lucas \s Wake Foi\'St (1-10-76) 



Gar\ Ward \s Wake Forest (2-7-66) 



23. 33 \' - Juan Di\(in VS. kaiisas (3-30-02) 



Juan DL\on vs. Georsia Tech (2-16-00) 



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



Joe Smith vs. Clemson (2-25-95) 



Joe Smith vs. ltah( 11-22-94) 



Joe Smith vs. Rider (11-30-93) 



c - Walt Williams at \irginia (1-29-92) 



MatI Roe vs. Georgia Tech (2-13-91) 



Wall Williams \s North Carolina (1-10-901 



Len Bias at Georae Mason (1 1-26-851 



Tom McMillen \s. Nan (1-20-73) 



Tom McMillen \s. Canisius (12-17-71) 



Howard W hile \s. i;eoraeto\\Ti (12-1 4-70) 



Will Hetzel \s. South Cawlina (3-li-69) 



Bob OBrien vs. Clemson (1-7-56) 



A - Bob Kessler vs. Duke (3-1-56) 



39. 32 LonnvBaxtervs. Norfolk Stale (12-23-00) 



Laron ProFit at Florida Slate (2-27-!l9) 



Steve Francis vs. Clemson (2-24-99) 



Kevin McLinton vs Florida State (2-13-93) 



c Walt Williams at North Carolina (1-13-92) 



Rudv .Archer vs. Ml. St. Marvs (12-8-87) 



Derrick Lewis vs. Md. Balliniore i:ounlv (2-18-87) 



Mberl King vs. Wake Forest (1-20-80) 



Tom McMillen vs. Georgetown (12-13-71) 



Barry Yates vs. Miami. Fla. (12-29-70) 



49. 31 Juan DLxon vs. Duke (2-9-00) 



Lonnv Bavlervs NC Slate (2-6-00) 



Juan Di.vin vs (k'orgia Tech (1-15-00) 



\- Joe Smith vs Texas (3-18-95) 



Walt Williams vs Mrainia (3-7-92) 



c - Walt Williams vs. Clemson (1-25-92) 



Walt Williams vs West Mrginia (12-7-91) 



\-LenBiasvs. INL\ (3-16-86) 



Ernest Graham vs. Bucknell 1 1 2-22-79) 



John Lucas al North Carolina (2-15-75) 



John Lucas vs. Duke (2-2-74) 



60. 30 Juan Dixon vs. NC State (2-20-01) 



Juan Dixon vs. Wake Forest 1 1-17-01 ) 



Johnny Rhodes vs. Kentucky ( 1 1-24-95) 



Joe Smith vs Massachusetts (12-10-94) 



Joe Smill 



Miklahonia (12-7-93) 



c - Wall Williams vs. Florida State (1-18-92) 



c-Wall William^v^ NC Stale (1-1 1-921 



Wall Williams vs Kmacrs (12-27-911) 



Wall Williams vs Boston College (12-3-90) 



Jerrod .Muslal vs Delaware State (11-25-89) 



Juan l)i\on 



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Len Bias vs. Georgia Tech (2-22-86) 


Len Bias vs. \ illanova (1-27-85) 


Adrian Branch vs. Mrginia (1-30-85) 


Albert King at Mrginia ( 2-2 1 -79) 


John Lucas vs. NC Stale (1-16-75) 


Barrv Yates vs. Richmond ( 1 -2-7 1 ) 


c-consecuti\e games during Ihe 1991-92 season: .\- 
(VCU Tournament: A-ACC Tournament: S-Soutliern 
Conference Tournament 


multiple 30-Point Scoring Games 

1. 15 Walt Williams (1989-92) 


2. 7 


Joe Smith (1994-951 


3. 6 


Juan Dixon (1999-112) 


6 


Len Bias (1983-86) 


5. 5 


John Lucas (1973-76) 


Most Points. Season (500 or more) 

1. 776 Walt Williams (1992) 


2. 743 


Len Bias (1986) 


3. 735 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


4. 708 


Joe Smith (1995) 


5. 701 


Len Bias (1985) 


6. 674 


Alt)ert King (1980) 


7. 671 


Adrian Branch (1985) 


8. 667 


Tom McMillen (1972) 


9. 654 


Juan Dixon (2001) 


654 


Gene Shue (1954) 


11. 630 


Juan Dixon (2000) 


12. 624 


Keith Booth (1997) 


13. 616 


Tom McMillen (1973) 


14. 609 


Jerrod MustaK 1990) 


15. 605 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


16. 582 


Joe Smith (1994) 


17. 579 


Steve Francis (1999) 


18. 564 


John Lucas (1974) 


19. 561 


Lonnv Baxter (2001) 


20. 559 


Albert King (1981) 


21. 557 


Tonv Massenburg (1990) 


557 


John Lucas (19715) 


23. 547 


Lonnv Baxter (2iiOO) 


24. 541 


Adrian Branch (1983) 


25. 537 


Terence Morris (2000) 


26. 533 


Lonnv Baxter (2002) 


27. 524 


Tom McMillen (1974) 


28. 521 


Terence .Morris (1999) 


29. 518 


Evers Burns (1993) 


30. 512 


Jav McMillen (1965) 


31. 510 


Derrick Lewis (1987) 


32. 506 


Laron Profit (1998) 


lUosl Points. Career (1.000 or more) 

1. 2.269 Juan Dixon 11999-02) 


2. 2.149 


Len Bias (1983-86) 


3. 2.058 


Ylberl King (1978-8)) 


4. 2.017 


\drian Branch (1982-85) 


5. 2.015 


John Lucas (1973-76) 


6. 1.858 


Lonnv Baxter (1999-02) 


7. 1.807 


Tom McMillen (1972-74) 


8. 1.776 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 


9. 1.743 


Johnnv Rhodes (1993-96) 


10. 1.733 


Terence .Morris (1998-01) 


11. 1.704 


Walt Williams (1989-92) 


12. 1.607 


Ernest Graham (1978-81) 


13.1.566 


Laron Profit (1996-99) 


14. 1.561 


Greg Manning (1978-81) 


15 1.534 


Juan Dixon (1999-i)resent) 


16. 1.457 


Derrick Lewis (1985-881 


17 1.386 


Gene Shue (1952-54) 


18. 1.372 


Exree Hipp (1993-96) 


19. 1.370 


Will Hetzel (1968-70) 




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21). 


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Tonv Massenburg ( 1 986, 88-90) 


21. 


1.325 


Lonnv Ba.\ler 1 1999-presenl| 


22. 


1.315 


Evers Burns (19911-93) 


23. 


1.300 


JavMcMillcn (l9i;:i-67) 


24. 


1.290 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


2"). 


1.266 


Bob Kessler (1954-561 


2(i 


1.244 


Lee Brawlev (1949-32) 


27. 


1,235 


Jim O'Brien (1971-73) 


28. 


1.219 


Steve Sheppard (1975-77) 


29. 


1.198 


Larrv Gibson (1976-79) 


30. 


1.172 


(Ibinna Ekezie (1996-99) 


31. 


1.161 


Maurice Howard (1973-76) 


32. 


1.153 


Buck Williams (1978-811 


33 


1.123 


Duane Simpkins (1993-96) 


34 


1 .094 


i;ar\ Ward (1 964-66) 


3"i 


1,087 


KeiIhGallin (1984-86,88) 


3(i, 


1,064 


Kevin Mel. inlon (1990-93) 


37 


1,026 


Brad l)a\is (1975-77) 


38. 


1.017 


Len Elmore (1972-74) 


39. 


1.007 


Lawrence Boston (1976-78) 


Scoring Ueragc. Season (20.0 or more) 

1. 26.8 Wall Williams 11992) 


1 


26.8 


Halt Williams (1992) 


2. 


23.3 


Will lletzel (1969) 


3. 


23.2 


Len Bias (1986) 


4 


22.1 


Gene Shue (1953) 


5 


21.8 


Gene Shue (1954) 


6. 


21.7 


.Mbert King (1980) 


7. 


21.2 


Tom McMillen (1973) 


8. 


20.84 


Tom McMlllen (1972) 


9. 


20.82 


Joe Smith (1995) 


10. 


20.42 


Juan DI,\on (2002) 




20.42 


Bob Kessler (1953) 


12. 


20.3 


Bob Kessler (1956) 


13. 


20.1 


John Lucas (1976) 


Scoring herage. Career 

1. 20.5 Trim MrMiik-n (1972-74) 


2. 


20.2 


Joe Smilhi 1994-95) 


3. 


18.7 


Gene Shue (1952-54) 


4. 


18.3 


John Lucas (1973-76) 


5. 


18,0 


Will Hetzel (1968-70) 


6. 


17,4 


,Mbert King (1978-81) 


7. 


16,6 


JerrodMustafl 1989-90) 


8. 


16,2 


Walt Williams (1989-92) 


9. 


16,1 


Juan Divon (1999-02) 


Rebounds. Game (20 or more) 

1 . 26 Lcn Elmore al Wake ForesI (2-27-741 


2. 


24 


Lcn Elmore vs, Kent Stale (1-2-73) 


Will Helzel vs. W. Virginia (12-4-68) 


4. 


23 


Derrick Lewis al J, Madison (1-28-87) 


5. 


22 


Buck Williams \s, Louisville (12-13-80) 


BuiiWilli.MiisallNU (12-4-78) 


.\l Bunfic vs. Georgetown (2-26-58) 


Bob Kessler vs. Georgelomi (2-25-56) 


9. 


21 


Joe Smith vs,Te.vas (3-18-93) 


Joe Smith vs. \irginia (2-1-93) 






Mike Davis vs, Pittsburgh (2-15-77) 


Len i:imcirc\s No Carulina (2-13-74) 


Len ElmiiKMS. K Kentuck\ (12-5-73) 


14. 


20 


JoeSmithvs, Florida SI, (1-11-94) 


Tonv Massenburg at Ga. Terh (2-13-90) 


Len Elmore vs. Duke (2-2-74) 


Len Elmore vs. Richmond (1-2-74) 


Rebounds. Season 

1. 412 l.(iii:ini(irv(1974) 


2. 


363 


BiKk Willi, inis (1981) 


3. 


362 


,l(ii- Siuilll iri95) 


4. 


331 


Len rjnmir i ri7_'| 


5. 


336 


Bob Kessler ( IU36I 


6. 


323 


Buck Williams (1979) 


7. 


321 


JoeSmilh (1994) 


Tom Rov (1973) 



9, 


318 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


10, 


314 


Tonv Massenburg (1990) 


11, 


308 


Lonm Baxter (2000) 


12, 


306 


Tom McMillen (1972) 


Rebounds. Career 

1, 1,053 Len Elmore (1972-74) 


2, 


998 


Lonnv Baxter (1999-02) 


3, 


948 


Derrick Lewis (1983-88) 


4, 


928 


Buck Williams (1979-81) 


5, 


925 


Terence Morris (1998-01) 


6, 


916 


Keith Boolh (1994-97) 


7, 


895 


Larrv Gibson (1976-79) 


8, 


859 


Tom McMillen (1972-74) 


9, 


849 


Bob Kessler (1954-56) 


10, 


795 


,\lBunge (1958-60) 


11, 


745 


Len Bias (1983-86) 


12, 


722 


Tonv Massenburg (1986. 88-90) 


13, 


715 


,\lbert King (1978-81) 


14, 


704 


Johnnv«hodes (1993-1996) 


15, 


689 


Will Hetzel (1968-70) 


16, 


671 


Obinna Ekezie (1996-99) 


17, 


651 


Rod Horst (1968-70) 


18, 


636 


Herman Veal (1981-84) 


19, 


634 


Evers Burns (19911-93) 


20, 


629 


Lawrence Boston (1976-78) 


21, 


615 


GarvWard (1964-66) 


22, 


586 


Tom Rov (1973-75) 


23, 


582 


Steve Sheppard (1975-77) 


24, 


572 


Laron Profit (1996-99) 




572 


Ernest Graham (1978-81) 


Rebounding At erage. Season 

1, 14,7 Len Elmore (1974) 


2, 


14,0 


Bob Kessler (1956) 


3, 


12,6 


AlBunse(1960) 


4, 


12,2 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


5. 


11,7 


Buck Williams (1981) 


6. 


11,2 


Len Elmore (1973) 


7. 


11.1 


Tom Roy (1973) 


8. 


11.0 


Len Elmore (1972) 




11.0 


Bob Kessler (1935) 


10, 


10,8 


Buck Williams (1979) 


Rebounding Aierage. Career 

1, 12 2 Len Elmore (1972-741 


2, 


10,9 


Buck Williams (1978-81) 


3, 


10,7 


Joe Smith ((994-93) 


4, 


in,6 


AlBunge (1958-60) 


Assists. 

1, 15 


Game 

TerrellSlokesvs,W, Carolina (11-14-98) 


2, 


14 


Steve Blake vs. No, Carolina (1-9-02) 




14 


Terrell Slokes vs, Towson St, (1 1-30-96) 


4, 


13 


Steve Blake vs. Wake Forest (2-24-02) 




13 


Steve Blakevs, Duke (2-17-02) 




13 


Steve Blake vs. Clemson (1-20-02) 




13 


Sieve Blake vs, Slonv Brook (12-6-00) 




13 


Steve Francis vs, Virginia (2-6-991 




13 


Keith Gatlinvs, Virginia (1-30-84) 


Assists. 

1. 286 


Season (130 or more) 

Steve Blake 17,9 apg; 2002) 


2, 


248 


Sieve Blake (6,9 apg: 2001) 


3. 


221 


Keith Gallin (6,0 apg; 1983) 


4, 


217 


Steve Blake (6,2 apg; 2000) 


5, 


213 


Terrell Stokes (6,3 apg; 19991 


6, 


204 


Keith Gallin (6,4 apg; 19861 


7, 


178 


John Lucas (5,9 apg; 1973) 


8, 


175 
172 


KeMn McLinton (6,3 apg; 1993) 


9, 


Rud\ Archer (3,3 apg; 19881 


10, 


163 


Brad Davis (5 9 apg; 1976) 


11, 


162 


Duane Simpkins (4,8 apg; 1995) 


12, 


159 


John Lucas (5,6 apg; 1974) 


13, 


154 


Kevin McLinlon (5,3 apg; 1992) 


14, 


152 


Steve Francis (4,3 apg; 1999) 



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1 7jI Sieve Blake (7,0 apfi:2000-presenl| 

2. 649 Keith Gatlin (5.3 apg: 1984-86. 88) 

3- 590 Terrell Stokes (4.6 apg: 1996-991 

4. 514 John Lucas (4.7 apg: 1973-761 

5- 483 nuaneSimpklns (4 1 apg: 1993-961 

6. 469 Kevin MrLinliin (3 2 apg: 1990-93) 

7. 460 Dulch \lurle\ (3 H apg: 1979-82) 

8. 437 .liihnn\ Rhdries (3 (i apg: 1993-96) 

9. 431 Brad l)j\is (5 I apg, 1975-77) 

10. 410 Walt Wiilianw |3 fl apg, 1989-92) 

11. 371 Juan Divon |2Kapg: 1999-02) 

12. 360 Jeff \(lkins (2 H apg: 1982-85) 

13. 346 Ernest Graham (2,9 apg: 1978-81) 

14. 304 ,\lhcrt King (2,6 apg: 1978-81) 

Steals. Game 

I, 9 Johnny Rhodes at No, Carolina (2-7-96) 
9 Johnny Rhodes vs, ,^merican ( 1 2-23-95) 

3. 8 Juan DL\on vs, Florida State (1-26-02) 

8 Juan Dixon vs. No, Carolina ( 1 -9-02) 

8 Juan Di,\on vs, Georgia Tech (1-6-01) 

8 Terrell Stokes vs. S.C, State (12-27-98) 

7, 7 Juan DLxon vs, IMES ( 1 2-30-00) 

7 Laron Proflt vs, Clenison (1-15-97) 

7 Johnny Rhodes a( \irginia 12-1-96| 

7 Johnny Rhodes vs, Howard (12-6-95) 

7 Walt miliamsvs. No, Can,^lina (3-1 1-89) 

7 Wall Williams vs. Mt, St, Mary's (11-23-91) 

Steals, Season 

1. no Johnny Rhodes 1 3, 7 spg: 1996) 

2. 96 Juan Dixon (2,7 spg: 2000) 

3. 95 Juan Dixon (2 6 spg: 2001) 

95 Steve Erancis (2 8 spg: 1999) 

5, 92 Juan Dixon (2,6 spg: 2002) 

6, 87 Larnn Profit (2 7 spg, 1998) 

7, 85 Johnn\ Rhiides 12 5 spg: 1995) 

8. 78 Johnn\ Rhodes |2 II spg: 1994) 

9. 71 Ste\r Blake (2(lspg, 2000) 

71 Johiiiu Rh(.des |2 5 spg: 1993) 

U. 68 Laron fYnfil (2 II spg: 1999) 

12. 67 Terrell Stokes (2,0 spg: 1999) 

13. 64 Keith Booth (2,0 spg: 1997) 

64 Dulih \l(irle\ (2 1 spg: 1980) 

15. 60 Wall Williams (2,1 spg: 1992) 

Steals. Career 

1. 344 Johnn\ Rhodes (2,8 spg: 1993-96) 

2. 333 Juan Dixon (2,4 spg: 1999-02) 

3. 252 Laron Profit (2 1 spg: 1996-99) 

4. 193 Kcilh Boolh (15 spg: 1994-97) 

5. 190 Terrell Stokes (1.5 spg: 1996-99) 

6. 1 84 Steve Blake ( 1 ,8 spg: 2000-present) 

7. 175 Walt Williams (1,7 spg: 1989-92) 



Blocked Shots, Season 

I 143 Cedric Lewis (5,1 bpg: 1991) 



2. 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: 1994) 



6. 79 Terence Morris (2.2 bpg: 2001) 



79 Lonny Baxter (2.3 bpg: 2000) 



7. 77 Terence Morris (2.3 bpg: 1999) 

8. 71 Terence Morris (2.1 bpg. 1900) 
71 Derrick Lewis (2.2 bpg: 1986) 



10. 69 Lonny Baxter (2.0 bpg: 2002) 



11. 67 Larr\ Gibson (2.5 bpg: 1977) 



12. 58 Larry Gibson (1.9 bpg: 1979) 



Blocked Shots. Career 

1. 339 Derrick Lewis (2.7 bpg: 1985-88) 

2. 256 Terence Morris (1.7 bpg: 1 998-0 1 ) 

3. 239 Cedric Lewis (2.5 bpg: 1988-91) 

4. 227 Lonny Baxter 1 1 .6 bpg: 1 999-02) 

5. 190 Joe Smith (3 II bpg: 1994-1995) 

6. 182 Larry Gibson (I 8 bpg: 1976-79) 

7. 125 (Ibinna Ekezic 111 bpg: 1996-99) 
97 Tony Massenhurg ((1.9 bpg: 1986.88-90) 



87 Len Bias (0.7 bpg: 1983-86) 



8. 170 



Dutcli Miniev(l.4spg: 1979-82) 

9. 162 Terence Morris 1 1.3 spg: 1998-01) 

10. 137 Derrick Lewis (1.1 spg: 1985-88) 

11. 136 Ke\in Mcl.inton (I 5 spg: 1990-93) 



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12. 123 Ernest Graham I 111 spg: 1978-81) 

13. 120 DuaneSimpkins (II spg: 1993-96) 

14. 119 .\lbert King (1.0 spg: 1978-81) 

15. 114 Evers Burns (1.0 spg: 1990-93) 

Blocked Shots. Game 

1 12 Cedric Lewis at South Florid a (1-20-91) 

Derrick Lewis at James Madison (1-28-87) 

3. 10 Derrick Lewis \s IMES (2-27-87) 

Derrick Lewis \s 1 MBC (2-18-87) 

Derrick Lewis vs. Tow son State (2-21-85) 

Derrick Lewis \s. Tennessee (1 1-24-84) 

7. 8 Cedric Lewis vs. Georgia Tech (2-13-91) 

Cedric Lewis vsliMBCl 1-7-91) 

Cedric Lewis vs. CaliL-Irvine (12-1 1-90) 

Larry Gibson vs, St, Joseph's (12-29-78) 



10. 86 BuckWilliams (1,0 bpg, 1979-81) 

11. 81 Walt Williams (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 Laron Profit (0.6 bpg. 1996-99) 

72 Keith Boolli (0.5 bpg: 1994-97) 

FG Percentage. Game (min. 8 att.) 

I. 1.000(10-10) LonnyBa,xtervs. No. Texas (12-23-98) 

(9-9) Steve Francis vs. NC Stale (1-10-99) 

(8-8) Obinna Ekezievs. .American (12-21-96) 

(8-8) Joe Smith vs, Clemson (1-25-95) 

(8-8) Buck Williams vs, Canisius (12-23-78) 

(8-8) GarvWilliamsvsS, Carolina (12-10-66) 

(8-8) Greg Manning vs, F, Dickinson (12-10-80) 

(8-8) Ben Coleman vs, Duquesne (12-10-83) 

(8-8) Ben Coleman vs. Wake Forest (2-26-84) 

FG Percentage. Season (min. 100 att.) 

1. ,647(183-283) Buck Williams (1981 ) 

2. .643(196-305) Greg Manning (1980) 

3. .611 (102-167) Charles Pillman (1982) 

4. .608(194-319) Ben Coleman (1984) 

5. ,606 (143-236) Buck Williams (1980) 

FG Percentage. Career 

1. .615(446-725) Buck Williams (1979-81) 

2. .589(376-638) Ben Coleman (1983-84) 

3. .583 (623-1068) Greg Manning (1978-81) 

4. .576(438-760) Lawrence Bos[on (1976-78) 

5. .555(699-1259) Tom McMillen (1972-74) 

6. .553(712-1287) Lonny Baxter 1 1999-02) 

7. .551 (484-878) Larry Gibson ( 1976-79) 

8. .550(451-819) Joe Smith ( 1994-95) 



.547 (485- 



Maurice Howard 11973-76) 




10. .540 (564-1044) Derrick Lewis ( 1985-88) 

11. .536 (838-1562) Len Bias ( 1983-86) 

12. .535 1386-7211 Brad l)a\is (1975-77) 

13. .530(491-927) Sle\e Sheppard 1 1975-77) 

14. .5254 1393-748) Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 

.5247 (862-1.643) John Lucas (1973-76) 

I Field Goals Made, Season 

1. 275 Albert King (1980) 

2. 274 Len Bias (1985) 

3. 270 .Adrian Branch (1985) 

4. 267 Len Bias ((986) 

5. 256 Walt Williams (1992) 

6. 253 John Lucas (1974) 

7. 251 Juan DLxon (2002) 

8. 250 Tom McMillen (1973) 

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10.236 Jerr(i(IMusl;if|l990| 



11.235 Tom McMillcn (19721 



12. 23-4 Juan l)i\oii (20001 



13. 233 John Lucas (1976) 



233 \Villllelzel(l969) 



15. 232 Juan Dixon (20011 



232 .MbertkinadgSl) 



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1. 862 .Mlierl King (1978-811 



862 John l.uc.is (1973-76) 



3. 838 ten Bias (1983-86) 



4. 802 Juan Dixon (1999-021 



767 .\drian Branch (1982-85) 



712 LonnyBaxliT (1999-02) 



' 7. 699 Tom McMillcn (1972-74) 



8. 686 Ernest Graham (1978-81) 



9. 684 Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 



10.644 Terence Morris (1998-011 



11. 623 GregMannins (1978-81) 



12. 589 Keith Booth (1994-97) 



13. 583 Laron Front (1996-99) 



583 Wall Williams (1989-92) 



15. 564 Derrick Lewis (1985-i 



535 Juan Dixon (2002) 



3. 529 .\(lrian Branch (I9K5) 



527 Wili llet/.el (1969) 



519 Len Bias (1985) 



6. 506 Juan Dixon (2000) 



497 .Mhcrt king (1980) 



8. 495 John Lucas (1974) 



9. 



491 Len Bias (1986) 



10. 480 Juan Dixon (2001) 



11. 469 GeneShue (1954) 



12. 468 Boh kessler (1955) 



13. 462 .Mhert King (1981) 



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456 John Lucas (1976) 



454 Krnest (iiaham (1979) 



2. 1.673 .Albert King (1978-81) 



1.643 John Lucas (1973-76) 



1.579 .Xilrlan Branch (1982-85) 



5. 1.562 Len Bias (1983-86) 



1.482 Johnny Khinles (1993-96) 



1.363 Ernesi Graham (1978-81) 



1.300 Teivncc Morris (1998-01) 



9. 1.291 Keith Booth (1994-97) 



(0. 1.287 Lonny Baxter (1999-02) 



11. 1.259 Tom McMillcn (1972-74) 



12. 1,251 Wall Williams (1989-92) 



13. 1,242 Will Helzel (1968-70) 



14. 1.229 Laron Prom (1996-99) 



15. 1,125 Jay McMillan (1965-67) 



89 Wad Widiams (1992) 



64 Te\iin McCon (1990) 



62 Juan Dixon (2001) 



60 SarunasJasike\icius(1998) 



59 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 



56 Keith Gatlln (1988) 



49 Juan DLxon (2000) 



48 Matt Roe (1991) 



48 Rudy \rchcr(1988) 



45 Sle\e Francis (1999) 



45 Duane Simpkins (1996) 



45 Johnny Rhodes (1995) 



44 Steye Blake (2002) 



15. 42 SarunasJasikeyicius(1997) 



3-Poittt Field Goals }lade. Career 

1. 239 JuanDix(m (1999-02) 



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Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 



154 Walt Williams ((989-92) 



136 Sarunas Jasike\lcius (1995-98) 



132 Teyon \lci:oy (1987-88. 90) 



130 Duane Simpkins (1993-96) 



118 Sle\e Blake (201111-present) 



105 Laron Piofit (1990-99) 



9. 103 Di-ew Nicholas (2000-presenl) 



10. 101 Terence Morris (1998-01) 



II. 



89 Terrell Stokes (1996-99) 



12. 84 Exree Hipp (1993-96) 



62 Mario Lucas (1993-96) 



14. 



61 Ste\e Hood (1987-88) 



15. 



60 Danny Miller (1999-01) 



3-Point Held Goals Ulempted, Season 

L 240 Wall Williams (1992) 



232 Juan Dixon (2002) 



173 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 



164 Teyon McCoy (1990) 



156 Matt Roe (1991) 



151 Juan Dixon (2001) 



Field Goals Mlempted. Season 

L 54 2 Wall Williams (1992) 



151 Laron Profit (1998) 



8. 135 Juan Dixon (2000) 



135 Johnny Rhodes (1996) 



10. 131 Sarunas Jasike\icius (1997) 



11. 129 Johnn\ Rhodes (1994) 



12. 128 Sleye Blake (2002) 



13. 122 Rudy \rchcr(( 988) 



14. 120 Johnny Rhodes 1 1995) 



15. 117 Laron Profit (1998) 



3-Poinl Field Goals Mtempled. Career 

1. 615 Juan Dixon (1999-02) 

2. 557 Johnn\ Rhodes (1993-96) 



429 Wall Wi ll iams (1989-92) 



429 Sarunas ,l.isikc\iciLis (1995-98) 



5. 326 Laron Profit (1996-99) 



6. 324 Steye Blake (2000-present) 



Held Goals Ulempted. Career 

1. 1.713 J uan Dix o n (1999-02) 



7. 320 Duane Simpkins (1993-96) 



8. 316 Teyon McCoy (1987-88. 90) 



9. 299 Terence Morris (1998-01) 



10. 286 E.xree Hipp (1993-961 



II. 269 Drew Nicholas (2ll()0-piesent) 



12. 235 Terrell Stokes (1996-99) 



13. 181 Danny Miller (1999-01) 



14. 171 Mario Lucas (1993-96) 



15. 156 Malt Roe (1991) 



rr Percentage. Game(min. 10 alt.) 

1. 1.000 114-14) Jerry GiX'cnspanNS. .Minnesota (12-10-60) 
(13-13) Len Bias ys. No. Carolina (2-20-86) 



Lee Brawleyys. No. Carolina (1-2-51) 



(12-12) Duane Simpkins \ s. Kentucky 1 1 1-24-95) 



Matt Roe \s. Wake Forest (2-23-91) 



I Massenbui-g at Penn Si. (3-19-90) 



3-Poinl Field Goals Made. Season 

1. 92 Juan Dixon (2002) 



Bill Staslulatis ys. Wake Forest (3-3-61) 



Lee Brawleyys. No. Carolina (1-2-51) 



Bob Kessler \S- lico. Washinglon (1-5-56) 

(11-11) Juan Dixon vs. Georgia Tech (1-6-01 ) 



Duane Simpkins vs. Mrginia (3-5-94) 



(10-10) Juan Dixon \s. Wake Forest ( 1 - 1 7-0 1 ) 



Tom Milroyv'S. Penn SL (1 1-30-68) 



Jerry Bechtle ys. No. Carolina (2-23-60) 



15. .929 (13-14) WaltWilliamsvs. No. Carolina (1-10-90) 

FT Percentage. Season (min. SO all.) 

1. .908 (79-87) Greg Manning (1980) 

2. .898 (141-157) J uan Dixon (2002) 



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3. 865 (128-148) 

4. .864 (209-242) 
.864 (57-66) J 

6. .862 (50-58) Keith liallin (1985) 

7. .857 (66-77) Greg Manning (1979) 



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2. 


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(426-501) JuanDiMin (1999-02) 


2. 


.836 


(122-146) Dutch \lcirk'\ (1979-82) 


-t. 


.813 


(100-123) Jo Jo Hunter (1977-78) 


3. 


.812 


(31 1-383) Duane Simpkins (1993-96) 


6, 


.803 


(301-375) JimOBrien (1971-73) 


7. 


.802 


(85-106) Bob McDonald (1959. 61) 


9. 


.799 


(409-512) Tom \lc\liilcn (1972-74) 


10. 


.7953 


(470-591) Lcn Bias (1983-86) 


11. 


.7951 


1 1 63-205) keith Gatlin ( 1 984-86, 88) 


12. 


.799 


(254-3 18) Brad DaMs (1 975-77) 


Free Throns Made. Season 

1, 213 KeilhBuolh (19971 


2. 


209 


Joe Smith (1995) 




209 


Len Bias (1986) 


4. 


197 


Tom McMillen (1972) 


ri. 


175 


Wall Uilliams (1992) 


(i. 


174 


Boh Kessler (1956) 


7. 


168 


Joe Smilh (1994) 


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162 


Keilh Booth (1996) 


9. 


1,53 


Len Bias (1985) 


10. 


147 


Lonnv Baxter (2002) 


12. 


145 


Ton\ Massenhurfil 19901 


13. 


143 


Jerr\ (ireenspan (1963) 


14. 


141 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


15. 


139 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


Free Throns Made. Career 

1. 576 KrilhBfiolh (1994-971 


9 


470 


l.cn Bias (1983-86) 


3. 


454 


Wrian Branch (1982-85) 


4. 


431 


l.onn\ Baxter 11999-02) 


5. 


426 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


6. 


409 


Tom McMillen (1972-74) 


7. 


386 


Boh Kesslerl 1954-56) 


a. 


384 


Walt Williams (1989-92) 


9. 


377 


Joe Smith (1994-951 


10. 


356 


ObinnaEkezie (1996-99) 


11. 


344 


Terence Morris (1998-01) 


12. 


334 


Albert Kins (1978-81) 


13. 


317 


Jerrx Greenspan (1961-63) 


14. 


315 


Gi^fi Manning (1978-81) 


15. 


314 


Derrick Lewis (1985-88) 



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fYee Throns U tempted. Season 

1. 297 Keith Booth (1997) 


2. 


282 


Joe Smith (1995) 


3. 


263 


Bob Kessierl 1956) 


4. 


242 


Len Bias (1986) 


5. 


241 


Tom McMillen (1972) 


6. 


236 


Lonn\ Baxter (2002) 


7. 


231 


Wall Williams (1992) 


8. 


229 


Joe Smith (1994) 


9. 


214 


Keilli Boiith ( 1 996) 


10. 


206 


Lonn\ Baxter (2001) 


11. 


204 


Bob Kesslen 1955) 


12. 


201 


Ton\ Massenhur£(1990) 


13. 


200 


Obinna Ekezie (1998) 


14. 


197 


Len Bias (1985) 


15. 


191 


Jem Greenspan (19631 


fiiee Throns Attempted. Career 

1. 824 Keith Booth (1994-97) 


2. 


718 


Lonn\ Ba,\ter (1999-021 


3. 


607 


Adrian Branch (1982-851 


4. 


591 


Len Bias (1983-86) 


5. 


387 


BobKcssler (1954-56) 


6. 


544 


ObinnaEkezie (1996-99) 


7. 


512 


Tiim McMillen (1972-74) 


8. 


511 


Joe Smith ( 1 994-95) 


9. 


504 


Walt Williams (1989-921 


10. 


501 


Juan Dixon (1999-021 


11. 


487 


Derrick Lewis (1985-881 


12. 


476 


Tonx Massenhursi 1986. 88-901 


13. 


441 


Terence Morris (1998-01) 


14. 


431 


Lanm I'rofil (19!l6-99) 




431 


Albert King (1978-81) 


16. 


420 


Jerrv Greensiian (1961-63) 


17. 


419 


Buck Williams (1979-81) 


18. 


389 


\l Bunge (1958-601 




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Scoring Average 

1. 19.7 Joe Smith (1994) 


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7 
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217 


Steve Blake (2000) 


Held Goals Made 

1. 190 John Lucas (1973) 


3- 

1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 

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Point Field Gotils Att. 

173 Johnnv Rhodes (1993) 


2. 15.2 .Adrian Branch (1982) 

3. 14.3 JerrodMuslaf(1989) 

4. 14.2 Steve Hood (1987) 
14.2 John Lucas (1973) 


178 


John Lucas (1973) 


2. 


168 Joe Smith 11994) 


102 Ste\c Blake (21100) 


148 


Keith (iatlin (1984) 


3_ 


164 .Adrian Branch (1982) 
164 .Albert king (1978) 


97 Juan Divin 11999) 


134 


Brad Davis (1975) 


92 Drew Mcholas (2000) 


128 


Dutch Morlevl 1979) 


5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 


157 JernidMuslal(1989) 
149 Johnnv Rhodes 11993) 
141 Brad Davis (1975) 
136 Steve Hood (1987) 


80 Steve Hood (1987) 


6 14.0 Johnnv Rhodes (1993) 

7. 13.6 Albeit king (1978) 

8. 12.8 Brad Davis (1975) 


111 


TevonMcCov (1987) 


80 TevonMcCnv (1987) 


91 


Johnnv Rhodes (1993) 


7. 
8. 


63 Exree Hipp 11993) 


87 


Exree Hipp (1993) 


39 Danny Miller (1999) 


Rebounds 

1. 323 Buck Williams (1979) 


teals 

71 


Steve Blake (2000) 


Field Goals Attempted 

1. 395 Joe Smith 11 994) 


Free Throws Made 

1. 168 Joe Smith (1994) 


2. 322 Joe Smith (1994) 

3. 241 Derrick Lett is (19H5) 

4. 202 Jerixid.\luslaf|1989) 

5. 187 .Mbert king (1978) 

6. 183 keith Booth (1994) 

7. 173 Brian Williams (1988) 

8. 157 Larrv i;ibson(197ti) 


71 
50 
45 
43 
42 
40 
38 


Johnnv Rhodes 11993) 
Juan DLxon (1999) 
keith Booth (1994) 
Dutch Morlev (1979) 
Joe Smith 11994) 
Laron Front (1996) 
Terrell Stokes (1996) 


2. 

3. 

4^ 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 


355 Johnnv Rhodes (1993) 
353 John Lucas (1973) 
346 Adrian Branch (1982) 
327 .Albert king (1978) 
302 JernidMusta[(1989) 
290 Steve Hood (1987) 
270 Exree Hipp (1993) 


2. 


114 Adrian Branch (1982) 


3. 


92 Greg Manning (1978) 


4. 


87 keith Booth (1994) 


5. 


82 Brad Davis (1975) 


6. 


65 .\IBuiige(1958) 


7. 


62 Steve Hood (1987) 


8. 


60 Buck Williams (1979) 


Rebound herage 

I. 10.7 Joe Smith (1994) 


locked Shots 

99 Derrick Lewis (1985) 


S-Point Field Goals Made 

1. 59 Johnnv Rhodes 11 993) 

2. 37 Steve Blake (2000) 

3. 36 Juan Dixon (1999) 
36 Teyon McCoy (1987) 


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Points 

1. 582 Joe Smith (1994) 


ee Throw Attempts 

229 Joe Smith (1994) 


2. 10.0 Buck Williams (1979) 

3. 9.8 Larr\ l.ib.son (197fi) 

4. 7.8 Jernid\lustal(19H9) 

5. 6.7 .\lberl king (1978) 

6. 6.5 Derrick Lewis (19851 

7. 6.1 keith Booth (1994) 

8. 6.0 Brian Williams (1988) 


93 


Joe Smith (1994) 


z_ 


149 .Adrian Branch (1982) 


36 


Brian Williams (I9R8) 


149 keith Booth 11994) 


2. 442 

3. 425 

4. 392 

5. 381 

6. 371 

7. 369 

8. 364 


Adrian Branch (1982) 
John Lucas (1973) 
Johnnv Rhodes (1993) 
Albert king (1978) 
JermdMuslaf 11989) 
Steve Hood (1987) 
Brad Davis (1975) 


29 


Teri'nce Morris (1998) 


4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 


109 Buck Williams (1979) 


28 


JernidMustaf(1989) 


5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 


35 Steve Hood (1987) 
31 Drew Nicholas (2000) 
20 Exree Hipp (1993) 
14 Sarunas Jasike\1cius(1995) 


108 Greg Manning (1978) 


27 


Terence Morris (1998) 


100 Brad Davis (1975) 


26 


Tahj Holden (2000) 


95 Steve Hood (1987) 


25 


Buck Williams (1979) 


89 Lonnv Baxter (1999) 











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Scoring Average 

1. 21.2 Tom McMillen (1972) 

2. 20.8 Joe Smith 11995) 

3. 20.1 John Lucas 11974) 

4. 19.7 Jay McMillen (1965) 

5. 18.7 Adrian Branch (1983) 

6. 18.5 JernidMusla((1990) 

7. 18.0 JuanOivo n |2I1(I I IJ 



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Points 

1. 708 Joe Smith (1995) 



667 Tom MrMillen (1972) 



630 Juan D Imhi |2iiii i)) 
609 Jerrori'^Mustal (1990) 



564 John Lucas ((974) 



8. 16.6 Ernest Graham (1 979) 

Rebounds 

1 362 Joe Smith (1995) 

2. 351 Len Elmore (1972) 

3. 308 Lonnv Baxter (2000) 

4. 306 Tom McMillen (1972) 

5. 265 AlBunge 11958) 

6. 257 Chris Wilcox (2002) 

7. 254 JerrodMustaf(1990) 

8. 249 Lavvrence Boston (1976) 



Rebound At erage 

1. no Len Elmore (1972) 

2. 10.7 Joe Smith 11995) 

3. 10.1 Buck Williams (1980) 

4. 9.8 Tom McMillen (1972) 

5. 9.1 .AlBunge (1958) 

6. 8.9 Lawrence Boston (1976) 

7. 8.8 Lonny Baxter (2000) 



Assisti 

1. 248 


Steve Blake 12001) 


2. 


221 


Keilh Catlin 11985) 


3. 


165 


Brad Davis (1976) 


4. 


159 


John Lucas (1974) 


5. 


143 


Terrell Stokes 11997) 


6. 


136 


Duane Simpkins (1994) 


7. 


127 


Juan Dixnn (2IIII0) 


8. 


124 


Dutch Morlev (1980) 


Steals 

1. 96 


Juan DLxon 12000) 


2. 


78 


Johnnv Rhodes (1994) 


3. 


64 


Dulch Morlev (1980) 


4. 


57 


Steve Blake (2001) 




57 


LaronPnilil(1997) 




57 


Wall Williams (1990) 


6. 


51 


Joe Smith (1995) 


7. 


50 


Terence Morris (1999) 


8. 


45 


Danny Miller (2000) 




45 


Terrell Stokes (1997) 




45 


Duane Simpkins (1994) 


Blocked Shots 

I 97 Joe Smith (1995) 



547 Lonny Baxter (2000) 



8. 8.6 Barry Yates (1971) 



541 .Adrian Branch (1983) 



521 Terence Morris 11999) 



1 


97 Joe Smith (1995) 


9 


79 Lonnv Baxter (2000) 


3 


77 Terence Morris (1999) 


4 


71 Derrick Lewis (1986) 


5 


53 Chris Wilcox 12002) 


6 


43 Keilh Booth (1995) 


7 


36 Cedrlc Lewis (1989) 


8 


34 Walt Williams (1990) 



Field Goals Made 

1. 253 John Lucas (1974) 

2. 245 Joe Smith (1995) 

3. 236 JerrodMusta(|l990) 

4. 235 Tom McMillen 11972) 

5. 234 Juan DLxon (2000) 

6. 222 Ernest Graham (1979) 

7. 218 Lonnv Baxter (2000) 

8. 211 Len Bias 11984) 

Field Goals Attempted 

1 506 Juan Dixon (2000) 

2 495 John Lucas (1974) 

3. 454 Ernest Graham (1979) 

4. 446 JerrodMusla((l990) 

5. 428 Tom McMillen (1972) 

6. 424 Joe Smith (1995) 
424 Jay McMillen 11965) 

8. 420 .Adrian Branch (1983) 

:{-Point Held Goals Made 

1. 49 Juan Dixon 12000) 

2. 40 Johnnv Rhodes (1994) 

3. 38 Duane Simpkins 11994) 

4. 37 Steve Blake (2001) 

5. 35 Laron Pmnt (1997) 

6. 34 Drt-vv Xich oias 12 001) 
34 Danny .Miller 12000) 



3-Pomt Held Goals Iff. 

1. 135 Juan Dixon (2000) 

2. 129 Johnnv Rhodes (1994) 



99 Laron Pi-ollt (1997) 



95 Danny Miller (20110) 



94 Steve Blake (2001) 



94 Exrt\- Hipp (1994) 



Duane Simpkins 11994) 



83 Terrell Stokes 11 997) 



Free Throns Made 

1. 209 Joe Smith 11995) 



8. 32 Teyon McCoy (1988) 



2. 


197 


Tom McMillen (1972) 


3. 


134 


Jim OBrien (1971) 


4. 


133 


Jim Halleck 11957) 


5. 


127 


JerrodMuslaf(1990) 


6. 


118 


Adrian Branch (1983) 


7. 


114 


Keith Booth 11995) 


8 


113 


Juan Dixon |2000) 


Free Thron \ttempts 

1. 282 Joe Smith (1995) 


2. 


241 


Tom McMillen (1972) 


3. 


187 


Lonny Baxter (2000) 


4. 


174 


Jim Halleck (1957) 


5. 


171 


Jim OBrien 11971) 


6. 


165 


Adrian Branch (1983) 


7. 


1()4 


Keilh Booth (1995) 




164 


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L 23.3 Will [lelzel (U)6<l) 



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Points 

I. 701 L en Bias (1985) 



674 Alherlklne (19801 



654 Juan Divnn (2001) 



616 Tom McMillen 11973) 



605 Will Helzel (1969) 



579 Steve KraiHls (1999) 



2. 


21.7 


\lherl Kins 1198(11 


3. 


21.2 


T(im McMillen (1973) 


4. 


20.9 


Bobkesslcr (1955) 


5. 


196 


Derrick Lewis 11987) 


6. 


19.5 


John Lucas (1975) 


7. 


18.9 


Len Bias (1985) 


8. 


18.7 


Walt Williams (1991) 


Rebounds 

1. 363 BuckWilllams(1981) 


2. 


318 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


3. 


293 


Terence Morris (21100) 


4. 


290 


Len Elmore (1973) 


5. 


286 


Lonnv Baxter (21101) 


6. 


284 


Tom McMillen (1973) 


7. 


271 


Gary Ward (1965) 


8. 


253 


Larrv Gibson (1978) 


Rebound Uerage 

1. 12,2 Will lletzel (1969) 


2. 


11.7 


Buck Williams (1981) 


3. 


11.2 


Len Elmore (1973) 


4. 


11.8 


Boh Eicher (1962) 


5. 


11 6 


MBunse(1959) 


6. 


11.0 


Boh Kessler (1955) 


7. 


10.4 


Gar\ Ward (1965) 


8. 


10.1 


Rod Horst (1969) 



561 Lonny Baxter (2001) 



537 Terence Morris (2000) 



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Scoring Uerage 

1. 26.8 Walt Williams (1992) 

2. 23.2 Len Bias (1986) 

3. 20 42 Juan Dixiin (2002) 
20 42 Boh Kessler (1956) 

5. 19.9 John Lucas 11976) 

6. 19.5 Keith Boiilh (1997) 

7. 19.4 Tom McMillen (1974) 

8. 18.5 E vers Burns ( 1993) 

Rebounds 

1 412 Len Elmore (1974) 

2. 33(i Boh Kessler (1956) 

3- 321 Tom Ro\ (1975) 

4. 314 Tony Massenhurfll 1990) 

5. 288 Lonny Baxter 120021 

6. 277 Terence Morris (2001) 

7. 269 Ben Coleman (19H4) 
269 Tom McMillen (1974) 

Rebound Average 

1. 14.7 Len Elmore (1974) 



Points 

1. 776 


Walt Williams (1992) 


9 


743 


Len Bias (1986) 


3. 


735 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


4. 


671 


.Adrian Branch (1985) 


5. 


654 


GeneShue (1954) 


6. 


624 


Keith Booth (19971 


7. 


559 


.Mhert King (1981) 


8. 


557 


John Lucas (1976) 




557 


Tony Massenburg (19901 



14.0 Bob Kessler (1956) 



12.6 Al Bunae (1960) 



11.1 Tom Ro\ (1975) 



10.7 Bob McDonald (1961) 



10.4 Bob Eyerett (1955) 



10.1 Tnn\ Massenburg (1990) 
10.0 Tom McMillen (1974) 



Assisli 

1. 286 


Sleye Blake (2002) 


2. 


204 


Keith Gatlin (1986) 


3. 


172 


Rudy Archer (1988) 


4. 


162 


Duane Simpkins (1995) 


5. 


154 


Kevin McLinton (1992) 


6. 


152 


Steve Francis (1999) 


7. 


149 


Terrell Stokes (1998) 


8. 


136 


Ernest Graham (1980) 


Steals 

1. 95 


Juan DLxon (2001) 




95 


Sieve Francis (1999) 


3. 


87 


Laron Profit (1998) 


4. 


85 


Johnnv Rhodes (1995) 


5. 


56 


Steve Blake (2002) 


6. 


53 


Terence Morris (2000) 


7. 


47 


Kevin McLinton (1992) 


8. 


43 


Ernest Graham (1980) 


Bloclted Shots 

1. 114 Derrick Lewis (J 987) 


2. 


71 


Terence Morris (2000) 


3. 


57 


Larrv Gibson (1978) 


4. 


55 


Lonnv Baxter (2001) 


5. 


49 


Cedric Lewis (1990) 


6. 


37 


ObinnaEkezie(1998) 


7. 


36 


Laron Profit (1998) 


8. 


34 


Tahi Holden (2002) 



Assists 

1. 213 Terrell Stokes (1999) 


7 


175 


Kevin McLinton (1993) 


3. 


135 


GregNared (1989) 




135 


.Mickev Wiles (1970) 


5. 


124 


Dutch Morlev (1982) 


6. 


121 


BobBodell (1973) 


7. 


120 


Ernest Graham (1981) 


8. 


118 


Duane Simpkins (1996) 


Steals 

1. no 


Johnny Rhodes (1996) 


2. 


92 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


3. 


68 


Laron Profit (1999) 


4. 


67 


Terrell Stokes (1999) 


5. 


64 


Keith Booth (1997) 


6. 


60 


Wall Williams (1992) 


7. 


47 


Evers Burns (1993) 


8. 


46 


Kevin McLlntun (1993) 




46 


Greg Nared (1989) 


Blocked Shots 

1. 143 Cedric Lewis (1991) 


2. 


79 


Terence Morris (2001) 


3. 


69 


Lonnv Baxter (2002) 


4. 


58 


Larrv Gibson (1979) 


5. 


55 


Derrick Lewis (1988) 


6. 


42 


Ben Coleman (19841 


7. 


37 


Tonv Massenburg (1990) 


8. 


36 


Chris Kerwinl 1993) 



Field Goals Made 

1. 275 \lhert King (1980) 

2. 274 Len Bias (1985) 

3. 250 Tom McMillen (1973) 

4. 233 Will Hetzel (1969) 

5. 232 Juan Dixon (2001) 

6. 219 Lonnv Baxter (2001) 

7. 205 Sieve Francis (1999) 



3-Poinl lield Goals Iff. 

1. 164 Tevon McCoy (1990) 

2. 151 Juan Dixiin 12001) 

3. 131 SaruiiasJ,iMki\icius(1997| 

4. 128 Steve Blake (20021 

5. 122 Rudv Archer (1 988) 

6. 120 Johnny Rhodes (1995) 

7. 117 Laron Prolil (1998) 



8. 203 Steve Sheppard (1976) 8. 116 Steve Francis (1999) 



Fiefff Goals Attempted 

1. 527 Will Helzel (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 Lanm Pront(19981 

8- 406 Terence Morris (2000) 

3-Point Field Goals Made 

1. 64 Tevon McCoy (1990) 

2. 62 Juan Dixon (2001) 

3. 48 Rudy Archer (1988) 

4. 45 Sieve Francis (1999) 
45 Johnny Rhodes (1995) 

6. 44 Steve Blake (2002) 

7. 42 Sarunas Jaslkey1cius(l997) 

8. 40 Duane Simpkins (1995) 



Field Goals Made 

1. 270 Adrian Branch (1985) 


9 


267 Len Bias (1986) 


3 


256 Wall Williams (1992) 


4 


251 Juan Dixon (2002) 


5 


233 John Lucas (1976) 


6 


232 Albert King (1981) 


7 


214 Tom McMillen (1974) 


8 


211 Evers Burns 11993) 


Field Goals Mtempted 

1. 542 Wall Williams (1992) 


2 


535 Juan DLxon (2002) 


3 


529 Adrian Branch (1985) 


4 


491 Len Bias (1986) 


5 


469 GeneShue (19541 


6 


462 Albert King (1981) 


7 


456 John Lucas (1976) 


8 


437 Keith Booth (1997) 


3-Point Field Goals Made 

1. 92 Juan Dixon (2002) 


2 


89 Walt Williams (1992) 


3 


60 Sarunas Jasikericiusl 1998) 


4 


56 Keith Gatlin (1988) 


5 


48 Matt Roe (1991) 


6 


45 Duane Simpkins (1996) 


7 


42 Johnny Rhodes (1996) 


8 


34 Mario Lucas (1996) 


34 John Johnson (1989) 



Free Throns Made 

1. 162 Keith Booth (1996) 



153 Len Bias (19851 



139 Will lletzel (1969) 



134 Ohinna Ekezie (1998) 



131 Bob Kessler (1955) 



130 Jerry (ireenspan (1962) 
128 Juan Dixon (2001) 



124 Steve Francis (1999) 



Free Throws Mtempted 

1. 214 Keith Booth (1996) 



2. 


206 


Lcmny Baxter (2001) 


3. 


200 


Ohinna Ekezie (1998) 


4. 


197 


Len Bias (1985) 


5. 


182 


Buck Williams (1981) 


6. 


177 


Derrick Lewis (1987) 


7. 


171 


Will Hetzel (19691 


8. 


167 


Jerry Greenspan (1962) 



J-Point Field Goals Iff, 

1. 240 Walt Williams (1992) 

2. 232 Juan Dixon (2002) 

3. 156 Matt Roe (1991) 

4. 151 Sarunas Jasikeyicius (19981 

5. 135 Johnny Rhodes (1996) 

6. 113 Kcilh I'.allin (1988) 

7. 100 Duane Simpkins (1996) 

8. 99 Mario Lucas 11996) 
99 Greg Nared (1989) 

Free Throns Made 

1. 213 Keilh Booth (1997) 

2. 209 Len Bias (1986) 

3. 175 Waimilliams(1992) 

4. 174 Bob Kessler (1956) 

5. 147 Lonny Baxter (2002) 

6. 145 Tony Massenburg (1990) 

7. 143 Jerry Greenspan (1963) 

8. 141 Juan Dixon (2002) 

Free Thrott Ulempts 



1 


297 Keilh Booth (19971 


9 


263 Bob Kessler (19561 


3 


242 Len Bias (1986) 


4 


236 Lonny Baxler (2002) 


5 


231 Walt Williams (1992) 


6 


201 Tonv Massenburg (1990) 


7 


191 Jerry Greenspan (1963) 


8 


182 Bob Everett (1955) 



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Annual Leaders 



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Year 




SCORIXG 

Leader 



Poinis irs- 



REBOl\DII\G 

Leader 



Rebs. Ave. 



HELD GOU PCI. 

Leader 



FGPct. 



2001-02 


Juan DL\on 


735 


20.4 


Lonny Baxter 


288 


8.2 


Lonny Baxter 


.545 


2000-01 


Juan Dixon 


645 


18.2 


Lonny Baxter 


286 


7.9 


Lonny Baxter 


.566 


1999-00 


Juan Dixon 


630 


18.0 


Lonny Baxter 


308 


8.8 


Lonny Baxter 


.533 


1998-99 


Slf\c Francis 


579 


17.0 


Terence Morris 


242 


7.1 


Terence Morris 


.551 


1997-98 


Ixirou Profit 


506 


15.8 


Rodney Elliott 


236 


7.4 


Terrace Morris 


.523 


1996-97 


Keilli Booth 


624 


19.5 


Keith Booth 


253 


7.9 


Obinna Ekezie 


.550 


1995-96 


Johnny Rhodes 


502 


16.7 


Keith Booth 


233 


7.8 


Johnny Rhodes 


.478 


1994-95 


Joe Smith 


708 


20.4 


Joe Smith 


362 


10.7 


Joe Smith 


.578 


1993-94 


Joe Smith 


582 


19.4 


Joe Smith 


321 


10.7 


Joe Smith 


.522 


1992-93 


Evers Burns 


518 


18.5 


Eyers Burns 


249 


8.9 


Evers Burns 


.506 


1991-92 


Walt Williams 


776 


26.8 


Evers Burns 


206 


7.1 


Evers Burns 


.516 


1990-91 


Matt Roe 


498 


17.8 


Cedric Lewis 


233 


8.3 


Garfield Smith 


.527 




Walt Williams 


318 


18.7 












1989-90 


Jemid Mustaf 
Tony Massenburs 
Derrick Lewis 


609 
481 
466 


18.5 
16.6 
15.0 


Ton\ Ma.-isenhurfi 


314 


10.1 


Jerrod Mustaf 


.529 


1988-89 


Tom M.isscnhurs 


226 


7.8 


Tony Massenburg 


.550 


1987-88 


Deriick Lewis 


237 


7.6 


Brian Williams 


.600 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis 


510 


19.6 


Derrick Lewis 


248 


9.5 


Derrick Lewis 


.602 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


743 


23.2 


Len Bias 


224 


7.0 


Tom Jones 


.551 


1984-85 


Len Bias 


701 


18.9 


Len Bias 


251 


6.8 


Len Bias 


.530 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman 


491 


15.3 


Ben Coleman 


269 


8.4 


Ben Coleman 


.608 


1982-83 


Adrian Branch 


541 


18.7 


Ben Cdleman 


242 


8.1 


Ben Coleman 


.571 


1981-82 


Adrian Branch 


442 


15.2 


Herman \eal 


213 


7.3 


Charles Pittman 


.611 


1980-81 


Albert King 


559 


18.0 


Buck Williams 


363 


11.7 


Buck Williams 


.647 


1979-80 


Albert King 


674 


21.7 


Bui k Williams 


242 


10.1 


Greg Manning 


.643 


1978-79 


Ernest Graham 


499 


16.6 


Buck Williams 


323 


10.8 


Buck Williams 


.583 


1977-78 


Law rcnce Boston 


428 


15.5 


Larry Gibson 


253 


9.0 


Law mice Hosliiii 


.580 


1976-77 


Lawrence Boston 


338 


13.0 


Larry Gibson 


228 


8.4 


LaHiciirc liiisloii 


.597 




Steye Sheppard 


309 


16.2 












1975-76 


John Lucas 


557 


19.9 


Lawrence Boston 


157 


8.9 


Maurice Howard 


.553 










Larry Gibson 


249 


9.8 






1974-75 


John Lucas 


469 


19.5 


Tom Roy 


321 


11.1 


Tom Roy 


.606 


1973-74 


John Lucas 


564 


20.1 


Len Elmore 


412 


14.7 


Maurice Howard 


.553 


1972-73 


Tom McMillen 


616 


21.2 


Len Elmore 


290 


11.2 


Tom M<'\llllen 


.585 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen 


667 


20.8 


Len Elmore 


351 


11.0 


lorn McMillen 


.549 


1970-71 


Howard White 


389 


15.6 


Barry Yates 


224 


8.6 


Charlie Blank 


.473 




Jim O'Brien 


342 


16.3 












1969-70 


Rod Horst 


605 


16.5 


Rod Horst 


258 


9.9 


Rod Horst 


.532 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


605 


23.3 


Will Hetzel 


318 


12.2 


Rod Horst 


.480 


1967-68 


Pete Johnson 


360 


15.0 


Jay McMillen 


195 


8.1 


Will Hetzel 


.423 


1966-67 


Jay McMillen 


392 


16.3 


Jav McMillen 


195 


8.1 


Rich Drescher 


.445 


1965-66 


Gary Ward 


4311 


17.2 


(iarv Ward 


241 


9.6 


Gary Ward 


.463 


1964-65 


Jay McMillen 


512 


19.7 


Gary Ward 


271 


10.4 


Jay McMillen 


.486 


1963-64 


George Suder 


327 


13.0 


Rick Wise 


185 


7.1 


Jackie Clark 


.480 










Gary Ward 


103 


7.4 






1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


365 


17.4 


Jerry Greenspan 


184 


8.8 


Connie Carpenter 


.447 


1961-62 


Jerry Greenspan 


380 


15.2 


Jeri\ Greenspan 


235 


9.4 


Bruce Keileber 


.437 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


347 


13.4 


Boil McDonald 


279 


10.7 


Boll M( lliinald 


.453 


1959-60 


Al Bunse 


383 


16.6 


Al Bunge 


289 


12.6 


Paul Jelus 


.470 


1958-59 


Charles McNeil 


311 


14.8 


Al Bunge 


241 


10.5 


Charles McNeil 


.443 


1957-58 


Charles McNeil 


311 


14.8 


Al Bunge 


265 


9.1 


Nick Davis 


.463 


1956-57 


Bob O'Brien 


342 


13.2 


Jim Halleck 


195 


7.5 


John Nacinick 


.470 


1955-56 


Bob Kessler 


490 


20.4 


Bob Kessler 


336 


14.0 


Bob O'Brien 


.421 


1954-55 


Bob Kessler 


487 


20.3 








— not available — 


— 


1953-54 


Gene Shue 


654 


21.8 








Gene Shue 


.506 


1952-53 


Gene Shue 


508 


22.1 








Gene Shue 


.469 


1951-52 


— mil available - 


_ — 










— mil avail. ilili' — 


— 


1950-51 


Lee lirawley 


404 


15.0 








Dick Kiillriilii'iwr 


.480 






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FRFF THROtt I'CT. 

Year Leader 


Pet. 


ASSISTS 

Leader 


Assists 


Ave. 


STEUS 

Leader 


Steals 


4iis. 


BLOChEa SHOTS 

Leader 


BlocliS 


4,s. 


2001-02 


Juan DLxon 


.898 


Steve Blake 


286 


7.9 


Juan Dixon 


92 


2.6 


Lonnv Baxter 


69 


2.0 


2000-01 


Juan Dixon 


.865 


Steve Blake 


248 


6.9 


Juan Dixon 


95 


2.6 


Terence Morris 


79 


2.2 


1999-00 


Juan DL\on 


.790 


Sieve Blake 


217 


6.2 


Juan Dixon 


96 


2.7 


Lonnv Baxter 


79 


2.3 


1998-99 


Juan Dixon 


.830 


Terrell Stokes 


213 


6.3 


Ste\e Francis 


95 


2.8 


Terence Morris 


77 


2.3 


1997-98 


Sarunas JasikeMclus 


.759 


Terrell Stokes 


149 


4.7 


Laron Profit 


87 


2.7 


Obinna Ekezie 


37 


1.2 


1996-97 


Sarunas Jasikevicius 


.742 


Terrell Stokes 


143 


4.5 


Keith Booth 


64 


2.0 


Obinna Ekezie 


33 


1.1 


1995-96 


Duani' Simpkins 


.845 


Duane Simpkins 


118 


4.4 


Johnnv Rliodes 


110 


3.7 


Keith Booth 


23 


0.8 


1994-95 


Duane Simpkins 


.841 


Duane Simpkons 


162 


4.8 


Johnny Rliodes 


85 


2.5 


Joe Smith 


97 


2.9 


1993-94 


Duans Simpkins 


.784 


Duane Simpkins 


136 


4.5 


Johnny Rhodes 


78 


2.3 


Joe Smith 


93 


3.1 


1992-93 


Ke\1n McLinton 


.822 


Ke\in .McLinton 


154 


5.3 


Johnny Rhodes 


71 


2.5 


Chris Kerwin 


30 


1.1 


1991-92 


Kevin McLinton 


.781 


Ke\1n McLinton 


154 


5.3 


Walt Williams 


60 


2.1 


Chris Kerwin 


31 


1.1 


1990-91 


Walt Williams 


.837 


Kevin McLinton 


123 


4.4 


Cedric Lewis 


48 


1.5 


Cedric Lewis 


143 


5.1 








Walt Williams 


91 


5.4 














1989-90 


Walt Williams 


.776 


Walt Williams 


149 


4.5 


Walt Williams 


57 


1.7 


Cedric Lewis 


49 


1.5 


1988-89 


John Johnson 


.790 


Grea Nared 


135 


4.8 


Greg Nared 


46 


1.6 


Cedric Lewis 


36 


1.3 


1987-88 


Rudv Atrher 


.770 


Rudv Archer 


172 


5.5 


Derrick Lewis 


45 


1.5 


Derrick Lewis 


55 


1.8 


1986-87 


John Johnson 


.790 


Tevon .McCov 


111 


4.3 


Derrick Lewis 


38 


1.5 


Derrick Lewis 


114 


4.4 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


.864 


Keith Gatlin 


204 


6.4 


Derrick Lewis 


37 


1.1 


Derrick Lewis 


71 


2.2 


1984-85 


Keith Gatlin 


.862 


Keith Gatlin 


221 


6.0 


Adrian Branch 


45 


1.2 


Derrick Lewis 


99 


2.7 


1983-84 


Len Bias 


.767 


Keith Gatlin 


148 


4.6 


Adrian Branch 


29 


1.0 


Ben Coleman 


48 


1.3 


1982-83 


Herman Veal 


.762 


JeffAdkins 


121 


4.0 


JeffAdkins 


23 


0.8 


Ben Coleman 


33 


1.1 


1981-82 


Herman Veal 


.780 


Dutch Morlev 


128 


4.3 


Dutch Morlev 


33 


1.1 


Charles Plltman 


31 


1.3 


1980-81 


Grefi Mannins 


.821 


Ernest Graham 


120 


3.9 


Ernest Graham 


42 


1.4 


Buck Williams 


29 


0.9 


1979-80 


Gres Manning 


.908 


Ernest Graham 


136 


4.4 


Dutch Morley 


64 


2.1 


■fevlor Baldwin 


35 


1.1 


1978-79 


Grefi Mannins 


.857 


Dutch Morlev 


128 


4.3 


Dutch Morlev 


43 


1.4 


Larry Gibson 


58 


1.9 


1977-78 


Jo Jo Hunter 


.863 


Gres Mannins 


74 


2.6 


Jo Jo Hunter 


26 


1.0 


Larry Gibson 


57 


2.0 


1976-77 


Brad Da\1s 


.784 


Brad Davis 


132 


4.9 


Steve Sheppard 


27 


1.4 


Larry Gibson 


67 


2.5 


1975-76 


Maurire Howard 


.828 


Brad Davis 


165 


5.9 














1974-75 


John Lucas 


.836 


Brad Davis 


134 


4.6 














1973-74 


Maurice Howard 


.786 


John Lucas 


159 


5.7 














1972-73 


Jim O'Brien 


.844 


John Lucas 


178 


5.9 














1971-72 


Ton McMillen 


.817 


Howard WTiite 


93 


2.9 














1970-71 


Jim O'Brien 


.784 


Jim O'Brien 


70 


3.3 














1969-70 


Will Hetzel 


.781 


.Mickey Wiles 


135 


5.2 














1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


.813 




















1967-68 


Pete Johnson 


.721 





















1966-67 


Jav McMillen 


.787 


1965-66 


Jay McMillen 


.792 


1964-65 


Gary Ward 


.818 


1963-64 


Neil Bravton 


.803 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


.749 


1961-62 


Bruce Kelleher 


.816 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


.873 


1959-60 


Paul Jelus 


.842 


1958-59 


Jerrx Bechtle 


.783 


1957-58 


Charles McNeil 


.762 


1956-57 


Jim Halleck 


.764 


1953-36 


Biib O'Brien 


.767 


1934-33 


— mil available — 


— 


1953-54 


Gene Shue 


.789 


1952-53 


Gene Shue 


.700 


1951-52 


— not available — 


— 


1930-31 


Dick Koffenberger 


.772 




Jim O'lfrien 



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I30 



W/ seasims are reflecled hi a single year (i.e.. 
ni5(l-3l is inriicaleii as 1931). Slatislical 
reeurds except lor wins ami losses air since 
1951. excepl lor llie (olluning: three-point 
records are since 1987: assists records are since 
1 9 70: blocks and steals records are since 1977. 

Mofil Games Plii}v<l 

37 ill 1985 (271 wins. 12 losses) 

36 in 2002 (32 wins. 4 losses) 

36 in 2001 (2Jwins. II losses) 

35 in 2000 (25 wins, 10 losses) 

Highest II in Percentage 

.889 (32-4). 2002 

.84-1 (27-5). 1972 

.828(24-5). 1975 



.824(28-6). 1999 



.824(14-3). 1926 



.821 (23-5). 1974 



Lonest ll/n I'ercenluge 

.000(0-16). 1914 



.000 ((1-2), 1905 



.045(1-21). 1941 



.125(2-14). 1945 



.167(1-5). 1919 



Highest Home Court II in Pet. 

1,0110(16-0), 1995 



1,0110(15-0), 2(102 



l,0(IO(l(i-ll), 1980 



1,000(14-0), 1972 



1.000(11-0), 1928 



,938 (1.5-1). 2000 



.929(13-1). 1999 



.923(12-1). 1974 



.923(12-1). 1973 



.917(11-1). 1932 



■909(10-1). 1958 



.909(10-1). 1926 



Most nins 

32 in 2002 



28 in 1999 



10 (began \s. Brown on Nov. 29. 1972: ended hv 
NC Stale on Jiin. 14. 1973) 

Host Consecuti\e Losses 

22 (besan \s Dnke on March 1 . 1940; ended vs. 
WashinjilonCidleaeun l>b 22, 1941) 

Host (:ottseciili}e U'£ Hins 

Overall: 12 (be«aii vs, Clem.sim on Jan 20, 2002: 
remains active entering the 2002-03 season) 

Season: 1 2 (began \s, Clenison on Jan, 20, 2002: 
nnal 12 .\CC games of 2001-02 season) 

Host Conseeutiie Home Was 

Overall: 24 (began vs, ( \1ES on Nov, 30, 1979; 
ended vs Virginia on Jan. 14, 1981 ) 

Mosr Coasecuti\e \on-League Home liins 

84 (began vs, Alcorn St. on Dec. 30. 1989; re- 
malns active cnlering the 2002-03 season) 

}lost Home Games lli'l/i»ul 
tonsecutixe losses 

131 (began l"eb, 24, 1993 vs, NC Stale; still 
current entering the 2001-02 season) 

lfo,<i( Oterlime Games 

4 in 1998 

4 in 1965 

lfo.«l Otertime Periods 

7 in 1984 

}lost im-Poiut Games 

8 in 1975 

8 in 1974 

Most Consecutive lOO-Point Games 

4 in 2001 (123 vs. Niirlolk State, 1 17 vs Chi- 
cago State. 105 vs, \ld,-i;astern ShoR>, 104 
at Ciemson) 

Higliesl fhcrall Total Xttendance 

60[; ir.M in ,'0112 136 games) 

5211, 'iHi" 



27 in 1972 



26 in 1995 



25 in 2001 



25 in 2000 



25 In 1985 



iUost Losses 

21 in 1941 



20 in 1989 



18 in 1969 



18 in 1950 



18 in 1949 




Uost Cottseculite nins 

14(beganv's,\Vashinglon&LeconJan, 15, 1932; 

ended by No, Camlina on Feb. 19. 1932) 
13 (began vs Ciemson on Jan. 20. 2002; ended 

_ h\ NC SKile on M.ir i h 9. 2002) 

1 1 IbegiiM vs Howard on Nov. 26. 1996; ended 

by (ieurgia on Dec, 30. 1996) 

11 (began vs. E. Carolina on Nov. 29, 1975; 

ended l)v W ake r-' on-sl on Jan. 10. 1976) 
1 1 (began vs Unki- on (•'eb. 2, 1973; ended by 

NC St ale on \l;iri li 9. 1973) 

(began \- \lii Iii-,im on Dec, 2, 2000; ended 

_ by N o C.iroliii.i (.n .Ian. 10.2001) 

10 (began vs. W. Carolina on Nov. 14, 1998; 

ended by Kentucky on Dec. 12. 1998) 
10 (began vs \laska-\nchorage on Nov. 24, 

1984; ended by (ia, Tech on Dec, 28. 1984) 
10 (began vs. Ball St, on Nov. 30. 1976; ended 

by Wake Forest on Jan. B. 1977) 

MIME COIMSEGUTIVE MCAA TOURMAMEMTS 



5[): 

47, 



li,:!(i 



linw Ciii 
^iion ( 

l!l'l'l I,; I;;,! 



1 ^MII 



Highest Home Total Ittendance 

240,254 in 1977 (19 games) 



226,369 in 20110 I Hi games) 



;amcs) 



221,020 ill 1995(1(11 

212,495 111 -'iin^ 1 1 'i aimes) 
202,365 i ll I'i'i'hi I games) 



201,536111 1979 (18 games) 



Highest Overall \ig. Ulendance 

16,912 1112002 (36 games) 

i4,(i'i2 ill 2(101 (36 games) 

il,:''"' i" -1100 (35 games) 

13'iiini I'l'i:; 1 32 games) 



13,930 III 1999 (34 games) 



Highest Home li,;. Xttendance 

14,455 in 1999 (14 games) 

14,11)6 in 2002 (15 games) 

14,148 in 2000 (16 games) 

14,058 in 2001 (14 games) 

13.814 in 1995 (16 games) 

13.644 in 1994 (13 games) 

Most Points Scored 

3.067 in 211(11 |:i(; g;iiiies] 

.Timo^in 20112 (3(1 ti.iiiies] 

Z!l|l 
2.87: 



Highest herage Points Per Game 

8!l9in 1975 (2.(i07 in 29 games) 

88 2 in 1976 (2.469 in 28 games) 

87 I in 1973(2.613 in 30 games) 

86.7 in 1995 (2.946 in 34 games) 

85 7 in 1974 (2.400 in 28 games) 

Highest Uerage Scoring Margin 

IK I poinlsin 1999(84.5-66,4) 

16 7piiinlsin 1974(85 7-690) 

1 5 3 [min is in 1 975(89 9-74,6) 

M I pnlllN ill 21102 111", (l-7(]_9] 

l:; 'I 1 K III I'lTli (Tim 2-74.3) 

'l2 9|)Hiiilsiii [973 ( 87 1-74,2) 



Most Points Uloned 

2,(i05iii200l (36 games) 



,503 111 1990 (33 games) 



2.552 in 2002 (36 games) 



2,5(4 in 1995 (34 games) 



1.083 in 2002 (36 games) 



1,049 in 1974 (28 games) 



1,044 in 1999 (34 games) 



,038 in 1985 (37 games) 



2,248 in 2002 (36 games) 



2,151 in 2000 (35 games) 



2,108 in 1999 (34 games) 



2.094 in 1973 (30 games) 



2.080 in 1995 (34 games) 



.547 111 1975 1 1.049 of 1.918) 



.539 in 1984(941 of 1,745) 



,537 111 1976 (996 of 1,854) 



■ 532 in 1981 (943 of 1,774) 



Most Tree Throns Made 

697 in 1995 (34 games) 



677 in 2002 (36 games) 



633 in 1990 (33 games) 



622 in 2001 (36 games) 



616 in 1997 (32 games) 



601 in 1999 (34 games) 



933 in 2002 (36 games) 



904 in 1997 (32 games) 



894 In 2001 (36 games) 



893 in 1990 (,33 ga mes) 
85Hiii 1958 ("" 29 games) 



1 9115 (3 1 games) 
_ I99'"l(:ilg,iiiies; 

2,747 ill I9:i0 (33 gaiiiesl 
2iii:3 III 2000 (35 games) 



Highest Free Thron Percentage 

J58 in 1976 (477 of 629J 

JJu ill 1975 1 ,509 III 672) 



Ho,<«f :{-Point Field Goals Made 

217 in 2002 (36 games) 

205 in 2001 (36 games) 

195 in 2000 (35 games) 



195 in 1988 (31 games) 



Highest Scoring \%g. {Honed 
Per Game 

K4-1 in 1969 (2,188 in 2li games) 
79 53 ill 197K (2,227 in 28 gami'S) 
79 50 in (993 (2,226 in 28 games) 

Lowest Scoring Uerage MIoned 
Per Game 

46.5 in 1952 (1.116in 22 games) 

52.6 in 1951 (1,420 In 27 games) 
54,3 in 1953 ((.256 in 23 games) 

Most Field Goals Made 

[,120 in 2001 (36 games) 

1,089 in 1973 (30 games) 



Most Field Goals Miempted 

2,313 in 20O1 (36 games) 



Highest Field Goal Percentage 

■ 551 ill 198(1 (985 of 1,789) 



Most Free Throns Attempted 

987 in 1995 (34 games) 



185 In 1996 (30 games) 



184 in 1999 (35 games) 



Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 

580 in 2002 (36 games) 



553 in 2000 (35 games) 



544 in 1 996 (30 games) 



540 in 200) (36 games) 



508 in 1995 (34 games) 



504 in 1999 (34 games) 



Highest 1-Point Field Goal Percentage 

,461 in 1987(122 0(290) 



.430 in 1988 (195 of 451) 



.396 in 1990 (100 0(278) 



.380 in 2001 (205 0(540) 



.374 in 2002 (2 1 7 III 58(1) 



.365 in 1999 (184 111 504) 



Most Rebounds 

1.479 in 2002 (36 games) 



1.478 in 2001 (36 games) 



1.388 in 1972 (32 games) 



1.368 in 1974 (28 games) 



1.367 in 1995 (34 games) 



1.361 in 1973 (30 games) 



Highest \terage Rebounds Per Game 

49.1 in 1955 ([.178 in 24 games) 

48 9 in 1974 ((.368 in 28 games) 

48-3 in 1956 ([.158 in 24 games) 

45.4 in 1973 (1.361 in 30 games) 

45.2 in 1 970 (1. 1 74 in 26 games) 



Most Assists 

7)4 in 2002 (36 games) 



692 in 2001 (36 games) 



674 in 1 999 (.34 games) 
667 in 2 (10(1 I.T. gainesj_ 
641 in 1!I95 (34 games) 



602 in 1998 (32 games) 



Highest Xterage \ssists Per Game 

19 83 in 2002 (714 ill 36 games) 

19.82 in 1999 (674 in 34 games) 

19 2 in 2001 (692 in 35 games) 

19.1 in 2000 ((i67 in 36 games) 

18.9 in I9!I5 (64[ in 34 games) 

18.8 in 1998 (602 in 32 games) 

Mo,<>r mocked Shots 

235 in 20 (3 5 games) 



2(6 in 2 002 (3(. games) 
2(3 in 2 001 (36 ga mes) 
202 in 1999 ( 3 4 games) 



(85 111 1991 (28 games) 



(81 in 1985 (37 games) 



Most Steals 

43 [ In 1999 (34 games) 



355 in 2000 (35 games) 



329 in 1996 |3fl ga mes) 
322 ill 2001 |3ii ga mes) 
303in l!)94 (3(1 games) 



302 in 2002 (36 games) 



Most Personal Fouls 

713 in 21 101 i:i(. games) 



704 in 1990 (33 games) 






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Team Records - Game 



Highest Oierall Total Mlendame 

53.406 \s. Indiana on April I. 2002 (NCW 
Championship at Georgia Dome. Atlanta. 
Ga.) 

HigheHl Home Total Xttendance 

13.287 \s. North Carolina on Feb. 16. 1972 
(Cole Field House) 

Most Points Scored 

1 38 \sMorsan Stale 1 138-72). 12-23-94 
1 32 \s.NorlhTe\as( 132-57), 12-23-98 
I30\s. Fast Camlina 1130-1061, 12-7-77 
128ns, Canisius (128-1031, 12-23-78 
127VS, East i:ar»lina( 1 27-84). 11-29-75 
127 vs. Bnwn 1127-82). 12-1-72 

Most Poiuls Scored In I Half 

85 vs. Morgan Stale, 12-23-94 

Largest Mar^a oflictorf 

75 vs. North Texas (132-57), 12-23-98 

67 vs. Western Carolina (113-46), 11-14-98 

66 \s Morg an Slair (138-72), 12-23-94 



66 1< Mil -K.isicrn Shine (1 17-51). 2-27-1 
64\s'l)el'au« (113-491. 12-12-74 



Largest \CC Ifar^n ofMctory 

40 vs. South Carolina (99-59). 3-1-58 
40alCienison(81-411. 12-4-53 



33 at Florida Stale (96-63). 2-27-02 

33 \s. North Carolina (1 12-79). 1-9-02 

lfo.«r Points Scored In 4 Loss 

111 \s,[)ukc(lll-ll4). 2-10-90 

100 \s,NC Slate 1100-103), 3-9-74 

Uost Points Scored By In Opponent 

114 at NC Slate (91-1 14). 2-27-91 

ll4\s, Duki' (11 1-114), 2-10-90 

110\s NCStal.' ii:i-l III) 12-20-78 



1118 \s NC Stair 



-1-78 



107 al NorlhCaiuliiij i:i7-Hl7), 2-1-69 
Fen est Points Scored 

28 vs. NC State (28-40). 3-5-82 

31 \s. South Canilina (31-30). 1-9-71 

36 at West Mrginia (36-391. 12-15-51 

37 at NC Slate (37-53). 2-14-59 

38\s,NC Stale (38-52), 2-24-82 

40 at Mrginia (411-45), 1-12-82 

40atnul^e(40-36), 1-9-82 

40 \s, Duke (40-49), 2-16-51 

Largest Mar0n of Defeat 

39 vs. Wake Forcsi (41-80). 2-28-l,i3 
36 vs. North Canilina (66-102). 3-12-93 

35vs,lCl.A (70-1(15), 3-18-00 

35 vs, Indiana 164-99), 3-14-81 

35 \s, Norlh Canilina (70-105). 1-30-71) 

/•'flies J Points Scored By in 
Opponent 

25 vs, Washington & Lee (51-25). 2-4-54 

30 vs. South Carolina (31-30). 1-9-71 

31 vslMBi: (67-31), 12-4-96 

31 \s, Duke (64-31), )-7-59 

32 vs, M -I'uerto Rico I82-.32I, 1 1-26-98 
32 \s, Santa i:iara (53-32), 12-22-73 



33 vs. Boston College (58-37), 12-30-73 

33vs. Richmond (42-331, 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 \s. East Canilina (130-1061, 12-7-77 
234\s,NC State (124-110), 12-20-78 
231 vs Canisius (128-103), 12-23-78 

225VS, Duke (111-114). 2-10-90 

217vs,NCState(l09-108). 3-1-78 

Ifosf Held Goals Made 

55 vs. Canisius, 12-23-78 

55 \s Brown, 11-29-72 

52 vs. Fast i:arolina. 12-7-77 

51 vs, Boston I.. 12-8-75 

51 vs. Virginia. 3-2-74 

fewest Field Goals Made 

6vs. SelonHall. 12-30-41 

}lost Field Goal ittempts 

99 vs. Canisius, 12-23-78 

97 vs. Fast Carolina, 12-7-77 

93 vs. Long Island, 1-23-73 

93 vs, George Washington, 12-4-71 

93vs, Miami-llhio, 12-29-70 

Fenest Field Goal Utempls 

18 vs. South Carolina, 1-9-71 

Higliest Field Goal Percentage 

,833 vsSiiulh Canilina (15-18), 1-9-71 
,739 \v W.ike Forest (34-46), 1-28-86 



732 vs, Ni: Slate 130-41), 12-20-80 

,704 vs, Miami-llhio (50-71), 12-28-79 
,667 vs. Western Canilina (46-69). 1 1-14-98 
.631 vs. IMES (41-65). 2-17-86 

Most Free Throns Made 

41 vs, Morgan State, 12-23-94 

40vs,Nurlh Carolina, 3-8-58 

35 vs, NC Slate, 12-30-01 

35vs-La[a\ette, 12-23-96 

35 vs. Oklahoma, 1-12-93 

35 v^. North Caixilina. 1-10-90 

Most Free Throns Utempted 

67 vs. Morgan State, 12-23-94 

57 vs. North Carolina, 1-3-53 

52vs, liklahoma. 1-12-93 

50\s, l.afavctte, 12-23-97 

49 vsNC State, 12-30-01 

47vs, Bucknell. 12-22-76 

fenest Free Throns Attempted 

several times (last vs, Georgia Tech. 2-6-93) 

Highest Free Thron Percentage 

1,000 \s, HoK Cross (19-19). 1-21-85 

,966 vs, Duke (28-29). 2-7-76 

.962 vs. Mrginia 125-26). 1-31-02 

.950VS, Duke (19-20), 2-2-80 

.938 vs. North Carolina (15-16). 2-7-95 
.932 VS. North Carolina 128-31). 1-27-73 



Lonest Free Thron Percentage 

.000 vs. Wake Fon-sl (0-1 ). 2-28-73 

Most :t-Point Field Goals Made 

13 vs. North Carolina, 1-9-02 

13 vs. Williams Man. 12-27-01 



II vs, Georgia Tech, 1-3-96 



II vs, American. 12-23-95 



1 1 vs. American. 12-30-94 



Most 3-Point Field Goals Utempted 

31 vs. Clemson. i -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 4ss/sts 

37 vs. Chicago Slate. 12-27-00 
37 vs. North Texas, 12-23-98 



36 vs. Brown, 11-29-72 



35 vs. Brown, 12-1-71 



34 vs, Morgan Slate. 12-23-94 



Most Blocked Shots 

l7vs.l\IES. 2-27-87 



17 \s, Georgia Tech, 12-10-75 



I6vs, IMFS, 12-1-88 



1 5 vs. Norfolk Slate. 1-3-02 



Hvs.Hilane. 11-19-99 



14vs. North CatDlina. 2-13-99 

14 vs. South Carolina. 11-14-97 

14vs, JamesMadisim. 1-28-87 

Most Steals 

24 vs. Pillshurgh. 11-28-98 

22vs. ICLV 11-26-98 

22vs. INCAsheville. 12-22-97 

21 at AF-Puerto Rico. 11-26-98 

20 vs. South Carolina State. 12-27-98 

Host Personal Fouls 

44 vs William & Mary, 2-16-52 

Fenest Personal Fouls 

7 vs, Buffalo, 1-25-72 

Most 0\ertime Periods 

3 vs, Clemson on Feb, 18. 1984 (W. 66-65) 
3 vs. Rhode Island on Maroh 7. 1979 

(W. 67-65) 

3 vs. NC State on March 1 . 1 978 (W. 1 09- 1 08) 
3 vs. NC State on Feb. 15. 1958 (L. 69-64) 
3 vs. Memphis State on Dec. 30. 1957 

(L. 47-46) 




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Largest Margins 



Largest Margin ofMctor} 

Rk. Marg. Opponent 


Score 


1. 


+75 


North Texas (12-23-98) 


132-57 


2. 


+67 


Western Carolina (11-14-98) 


113-46 


3. 


+66 


.Morgan State (12-23-94) 


138-72 




+66 


Md.-Eastern Shore (2-27-87) 


117-51 


5. 


+64 


DePauw (12-12-74) 


113-49 


6. 


+63 


Delaware State (1-17-96) 


118-55 


7. 


+62 


Chicaso State (12-27-00) 


117-55 


8. 


+60 


Colgate (12-8-94) 


113-53 


9. 


+59 


Fairleish Dickinson (11-22-99) 


104-45 


10. 


+58 


I NC-\sheville (12-22-97) 


110-52 


11. 


+57 


DePauw (12-3-75) 


99-42 


12. 


+55 


.Md.-Eastern Shore (11-26-91) 


115-60 


13. 


+53 


Towson State (2-21-85) 


91-38 




+52 


Md.-Eastern Shore (12-30-00) 


105-53 


15. 


+52 


Coastal Carolina (1-2-00) 


100-48 




+52 


Md.-Baltlmore Count\ (2-22-90) 


113-61 


17. 


+51 


Cornell (11-27-93) 


92-41 



18. 


+50 


at .U Puerto Rico (11-26-98) 


82-32 




+50 


Chicago State (12-2-96) 


94-44 




+50 


Md.-Eastern Shore (2-25-88) 


101-51 


21. 


+49 


Eastern Ki'iituikv (12-5-73) 


106-57 


22. 


+48 


Stonv Brook (12-6-00) 


107-59 


23. 


+47 


Florida International (1 1-25-97) 


117-70 




+47 


Towson Slate (12-12-94) 


120-73 


25. 


+46 


.Appalachian State (1-2-75) 


96-50 


26. 


+45 


Brown (11-29-72) 


127-82 


27. 


+44 


Norfolk State (12-23-00) 


123-79 




+44 


Md.-Eastern Shore (12-1-88) 


97-53 


29. 


+43 


Johns Hopkins (11-26-83) 


108-65 




+43 


East Carolina (11-29-75) 


127-84 


31. 


+41 


Lafavette (12-23-96) 


108-67 


32. 


+40 


Howard (1-2-93) 


109-69 




+40 


Morgan State (12-26-92) 


103-63 




+40 


Boston I niversitv( 12-8-75) 


122-82 




+40 


South Carolina (3-1-58) 


99-59 




+40 


at Clemson (12-4-53) 


81-41 



Largest Margin of Defeat 

Rk. Mars. Opponent 


Score 


1. 


-63 


at ,\rmv (3-1-44) 


22-85 


2. 


-53 


at BainbridgeNavT (1-24-44) 


25-78 


3. 


-44 


at Seton Hall (12-30-41) 


15-59 


4. 


-39 


vs. Wake Forest (2-28-63) 


41-80 


5. 


-38 


at West Virginia (12-14-46) 


43-81 




-38 


at Nau (1-28-33) 


21-59 


7. 


-37 


at Cincinnati (2-2-49) 


33-70 




-37 


vs. South Carolina (2-24-33) 


28-65 


9. 


-36 


vs. North Carolina (3-12-93) 


66-102 


10. 


-35 


vs. UCLA (3-18-00) 


70-105 




-35 


vs. Indiana (3-14-81) 


64-99 




-35 


at North Carolina (1-30-71) 


70-105 



132 



Overtime Games 



All-Time In OT: 41-43 


B) Site 


By Decades 




Home: 19-17 


1950s: 6-11 




Cole Field House: 17-16 


1960s: 7-10 




A\va>: 16-14 


1970s: 10-6 




Neutral Sites: 6-12 


1980s: 10-5 




By Tournament 


1990s: 6-8 




ACC Tournament: 4-6 


2000s: 0-3 




NCVA Tournament: 1-0 


Overtime games 


are incomplete prior to 1933. 



Date 



OT Opponent 



Result 



Jan. 27. 2001 



Duke 



L 96-98 



Nov. 29. 2000 


vs. Wisconsin '■• 


L 


75-78 


March 4. 2000 


at \lrginia 


L 


87-89 


Dec. 7. 1999 


Winthrop 


W 


76-65 


Jan. 24. 1999 


at Clemson 


W 


81-79 


March 7. 1998 


vs. North Carolina 


'^ 1, 


73-83 


Jan. 14. 1998 


North Carolina 


w 


89-83 


Dec. 4. 1997 


at Clemson 


L 


65-78 


Nov. 14, 1997 


vs. South Carolina 


"L 


72-76 


Dec. 30. 1996 


vs. Georgia " 


L 


65-73 


Jan. 20. 1996 


NC State 


W 


77-74 


Jan. 6. 1996 


North Carolina 


L 


86-88 


March 11. 1995 


vs. North Carolina 


■ L 


92-97 


No\. 26. 1993 


at Georgetown " 


W 


84-83 


Jan. 18. 1992 


Florida State 


L 


83-91 


March 2. 1991 


at \irginia 


W 


78-74 


Feb. 10. 1990 


Duke 


I 


111-114 


Jan. 17. 1989 


Virginia 


I 


58-64 


Feb. 20. 1986 


at North Carolina 


W 


77-72 


.March 15. 1985 


vs. Miami-OH " 


w 


69-68 


Jan. 14. 1985 


Duke 


w 


78-76 


Dec. 25. 1984 


vs. Iowa " 


w 


78-68 


Feb. 18. 1984 30T 


at Clemson 


w 


66-65 


Feb. 8. 1984 20T 


at Wake Forest '» 


L 


87-90 


Feb. 4. 1984 20T 


at Georgia Tech 


L 


70-71 



Date 


OT 


Opponent 




Result 


March 11. 1983 


vs. Georgia Tech » 


L 


58-64 


Dec. 23. 1982 


20T 


ICLA 


W 


80-79 


Feb. 27. 1982 




Virginia 


W 


47-46 


Jan. 12. 1982 




at \ irginia 


L 


40-45 


Jan. 27. 1981 




at Pittsburgh 


W 


69-66 


Jan. 17. 1981 




Clemson 


W 


68-62 


Feb. 28. 1980 




\s. Georgia Tech ' 


w 


51-49 


March 7. 1979 


30T 


Rhode Island " 


w 


67-65 


Jan. 10. 1979 


20T 


at NC State 


w 


82-81 


Dec. 29. 1978 




St. Joseph's ' 


w 


62-56 


March 1. 1978 


30T 


vs. NC State ' 


w 


109-108 


Feb. 16. 1978 




at Pittsburgh 


L 


86-89 


Feb. 5. 1977 




at Duke 


W 


65-64 


Jan. 8. 1977 




Wake Forest 


L 


85-86 


Nov. 27. 1976 




Notre Dame 


L 


79-80 


March 4. 1976 




vs. Duke ' 


w 


80-78 


Jan. 25. 1976 




at North Carolina 


L 


93-95 


March 9. 1974 




vs. NC State '■ 


L 


100-103 


March 1. 1972 




V\ake Forest 


W 


64-56 


Feb. 16. 1972 




North Carolina 


W 


79-77 


March 6. 1971 




Virginia 


w 


89-84 


Feb. 23. 1971 




at Clemson 


L 


45-51 


Jan. 9. 1971 




South Carolina 


W 


31-30 


Jan. 15. 1968 


20T 


at Clemson 


L 


93-94 


Dec. 22. 1967 




\s. Southern Illinois ^L 


72-73 


Jan. 14. 1967 




Duke 


L 


69-72 


Jan. 11. 1967 




at West Virginia 


W 


82-81 


Feb. 7. 1966 




at V\ake Forest 


w 


86-78 


Jan. 15. 1966 




at NC State 


L 


58-60 


Jan. 14. 1965 




at Wake Forest 


W 


93-85 


Jan. 8. 1965 


2()T 


Clemson 


W 


67-65 


Dec. 19. 1964 




Kansas 


L 


61-63 


Dec. 12. 1964 




West Virginia 


L 


73-80 


Jan. 6. 1964 




South Carolina 


L 


69-73 


Dec. 11. 1962 




NC State 


L 


74-76 


Dec. 12. 1961 




NC State 


L 


68-73 



Date 


OT 


Opponent 




Result 


Dec. 6. 1961 


20T 


Georgetown 


L 


78-79 


Feb. 25. 1961 




Clemson 


W 


82-80 


Feb. 26. 1960 


20T 


Clemson 


W 


66-59 


Feb. 20. 1960 




George Washington 


w 


86-84 


Feb. 10. 1959 




George Washington 


L 


65-66 


Dec. 15. 1958 




at Kentuckv 


L 


56-58 


March 7. 1958 




vs. Duke - 


W 


71-65 


Feb. 15. 1958 


30T 


at NC State 


L 


64-69 


Dec. 30. 1957 


30T 


vs. Memphis State 


1, 


46-47 


Feb. 5. 1957 


20T 


North Carolina 


L 


61-65 


Jan. 21. 1956 




at Georgetown 


W 


62-57 


March 3. 1955 




vs. Virginia - 


L 


67-68 


Feb. 25. 1955 


20T 


at Georgetown 


W 


57-49 


Dec. 10. 1954 




Wake Forest 


L 


58-62 


March 5. 1954 




vs. Wake Forest - 


I 


56-64 


Feb. 13. 1954 




at Navy 


W 


61-60 


Jan. 9. 1954 




at Georgetown 


L 


56-58 


March 6. 1953 




vs. Wake Forest ' 


L 


59-61 


Feb. 3. 1953 


20T 


at G. Washington 


L 


62-63 


Jan. 8. 1953 




at Richmond 


W 


63-60 


Feb. 19. 1951 




Clemson 


W 


54-50 


Feb. 20. 1932 




at Duke 


W 


20-18 


Feb. 1927 




Virginia 


W 


29-28 



!'So. Conf. Titurnamenl Hi Riilcish. \-C. (Reynolds Coliseum): 2-. ACC 
Vnirnament al Raleigh. \. C. (ReyvoMs Coliseum): 3-Sugar Bowl Tbur- 
namenf at \e\\ Orleans. La. (Loyola Field House): 4-Sun Carni\al 
Tournament al El Paso. Tbxas (Memorial Cymnasium): 5-.ACC Ibtir- 
nament at Greensboro. \.C (Creensboro Coliseum): 6- \CC Iburna- 
ment at Lando\er. Md (Capital Centre): 7-Maryland Invilationai at 
College Park. Md. (Cole Field House): 8'\ationa! ln\it3tion Iburna- 
ment at College Park. Md. (Cole Field House): 9:-\CC Iburnament al 
.Mlanla. C,a. (Omni): Ul-at Cwensbow. ,\.C (Crvensbom (Coliseum): 
It -Rainbow Classical Honolulu. Ilawiiii (RIaisdell Center): I2-\C\.\ 
Tournament at Daywn. Ohio (Daylon Arrna): 13-at Lando\er. Md. 
(Capit.al Centre): l4'Black Coaches \ssoe. Classic at Minneapolis. 
Minn. (Target Center): 1 5- WC/Big l^n Challenge at Milwaukee. Wise. 
(Bradley Center) 



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^lar} land's lOO-Point 
Games 

Total 100 Point Games: 98 

Most ill a Season; 8 (1974-75: 1973-74) 
Most Consecutive lOO-Point Games: 4 

(2000-01) 

2001-02 (3) 

112-92 Virginia, 3-3-02 

112-79 North Carolina, 1-9-02 
103-75 William & Mary, 12-27-01 

2000-01 (6) 

102-B7 Virginia. 3-3-01 

104-92 atClemson. 1-2-01 

105-53 liMES. 12-30-00 

117-55 Chicaso Slate. 12-27-00 

123-79 Norfolk State. 12-23-00 

107-59 Stony Brook. 1 2-6-00 



1999-00 (2) 

100-48 Coastal Carolina. 1-2-00 
104-45 Fairleigh Dickinson, 1 1-22-99 

1998-99 {4} 

107-87 Florida State. 1-27-99 

104-70 So. Carolina State. 12-27-98 
132-57 North Texas. 12-23-98 
1 13-46 Western Carolina. 1 1-14-98 



1997-98 (4) 

110-52 UNC-Asheyille. 12-22-97 

104-66 UMBC. 12-1.3-97 

1 17-70 Fla. International. 1 1-25-97 
102-74 Ml. St. Mary's. 11-22-97 



1996-97 (2) 

103-73 ys. Pennsylvania. 1-21-97 
108-67 Lalayette. 12-23-96 

1995-96 (3) 

118-55 Delaware State. 1-17-96 
104-66 Md.-Eastern Shore. 12-28-95 
104-79 American. 12-23-95 



1994-93 (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 



1993-94 (2) 

102-70 NC State. 1-22-94 
109-71 ys. Towson. 12-23-93 



1992-93 (3) 

109-69 Howard. 1-2-93 

103-63 Morgan State. 12-26-92 
103-80 UMBC. 12-1-92 



1991-92 (2) 

101-91 West Virginia. 12-7-91 
115-60 UMES 11-26-91 



t990-9t (I) 

104-100 NC State. 1-26-91 

1989-90 (S) 

113-61 UMBC. 2-22-90 

111-114 Duke (OT). 2-10-90 

110-91 .'Mcorn State. 12-30-89 
104-86 vs. George Mason, 12-22-89 
105-74 ■'Vugusta College. 11-27-89 



1987-88 (I) 

101-51 UMES. 2-25-88 

1986-87 (I) 

117-51 UMES, 2-27-87 

1983-84 (3) 

102-77 vs. West Virginia. 3-17-84 

104-69 UMES, 12-14-83 

108-65 Johns Hopkins. 11-26-83 

1982-83 (2) 

101-90 at Duke. 2-21-83 

106-94 North Carolina. 2-16-83 



1980-81 (2) 

114-89 Marshall. 12-29-80 

109-83 Fairleigh Dickinson. 12-10-80 

t979-80 (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 



t977-78 (2) 

109-108 vs. NC State (3QT). 3-1-78 
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 

102-91 Duke. 2-7-76 

102-84 NC State. 1-28-76 



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104-69 SetonHall. 12-29-75 
122-82 Boston U.. 12-8-75 
127-84 East Carolina. 11-29-75 



1974-75 (8) 

104-87 E. Tennessee. 3-1-75 

103-82 at Duuuesne. 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 



1973-74 (8) 

100-103 vs. NC State (OT). 3-9-74 

10.5-85 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 (4) 

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 



l97t-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 



/970-7I (2) 

111-77 Miami, 12-29-70 
109-70 Buffalo. 12-5-70 



1969-70 (I) 

103-85 Clemson. 2-23-70 

1965-66 (2) 

107-92 West Virginia. 2-12-66 
107-81 at G. Washington. 1-27-66 

1959-60 (I) 

103-80 Yale. 1-4-60 

Opponents' lOO-Point 
Games 

Total lOO-Point Games: 31 

Most In a Season: 5 (1990-91) 

Most Consecutive lOO-Point Games: 2 

(1992-93: 1978-79: 1977-78: 1969-70) 

1999-00 (I) 

70-105 vs. UCLA. 3-18-00 

1998-99 (I) 

91-103 at Kentucky. 12-12-98 



1997-98 (I) 

72-104 vs. Duke, 1-3-98 

1995-96 (I) 

78-100 at Florida State. 2-10-96 

1994-95 (2) 

91-100 at Georgia Tech. 2-4-95 
90- 1 00 at North Carolina, 1 -7-95 

1992-93 (3) 

66- 1 02 vs. North Carolina. 3- 1 3-93 
85-105 at Florida Slate. 1-13-93 
73-101 at North Carolina. 1-9-93 



1990-91 (5t 

91-114 at NC State. 2-27-91 

81-101 at Duke. 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 (I) 

82-104 at Georgia Tech. 2-17-88 



/»7«.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. NC State (30T). 3-1-78 
90-101 at G. Washington. 12-10-77 
130-106 East Carolina. 12-7-77 



1973-74 (I) 

100-103 vs. NC State (OT), 3-9-74 

1972-73 (I) 

89- 1 03 vs. Providence, 3- 1 7-73 

1970-71 (2) 

76- 1 00 North Carolina. 2- 1 7-7 1 
70- 1 05 at North Carolina. 1 -30-7 1 



1969-70 (2) 

68-101 South Carolina. 12-15-69 
87-104 Wake Forest. l2-13-(i9 



1968-69 (I) 

87-107 at North Carolina. 2-1-69 

t963-64 (I) 

72-104 Duke. 2-8-64 



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\V\R 



/— TOTAL-^ 
GP FGM-FGA 



/-3PT— / 
.PCT FGM-FGA .PCT 



FTM-FTA PCT AST BLK STL PF-DQ 



OFF 
REBS 



DEF 
REBS 



TOTU 
REBS-AVG 




TOTAL 
PTS-A\G 



1950-51 


27 


481-1210 


.398 








450-663 


.679 




— 

















1412-52.3 


1951-52 


stats not available 
























1245-59.0 


1952-53 


23 


487-1285 


.379 








432-698 


.617 




— 

















1406-61.1 


1953-54 


30 


712-1661 


.429 








532-787 


.648 




— 

















1959-65.3 


1954-55 


24 


563-1417 


.398 








447-682 


.657 




— 














1178-49.0 


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 


50(M272 


.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 


1974-75 


29 


1049-1918 


.547 








509-672 


.757 


413 








535-18 








1261-43.5 


2607-89.9 


1975-76 


28 


996-1854 


.537 








477-629 


.758 


397 








562-20 








1126-43.5 


2469-88.2 


1976-77 


27 


850-1645 


.516 








415-566 


.733 


310 


155 


163 


500-20 








1059-40.2 


2115-78.3 


1977-78 


28 


935-1829 


.509 








433-599 


.722 


336 


142 


148 


577-20 








1188-38.8 


2303-82.1 


1978-79 


27 


954-1897 


.503 








430-600 


.717 


415 


126 


195 


589-18 








1154-42.4 


2338-77.9 


1979-80 


30 


985-1789 


.551 


__ 





511-706 


.724 


558 


114 


233 


569-12 








1089-38.5 


2481-80.0 


1980-81 


31 


943-1774 


.532 








467-649 


.720 


503 


93 


201 


596-17 








1095-35.1 


2353-75.9 


1981-82 


29 


651-1359 


.479 








476-634 


.751 


307 


78 


126 


530-15 








876-35.3 


1778-61.3 


1982-83 


30 


820-1672 


.490 








496-724 


.685 


375 


88 


105 


619-25 








1098-30.2 


2222-74.1 


1983-84 


32 


941-1745 


.539 








509-702 


.725 


548 


100 


148 


578-15 








1078-36.6 


2391-74.7 


1984-85 


37 


1038-2065 


.503 








526-708 


.743 


575 


181 


206 


639-14 








1184-33.7 


2602-70.3 


1985-86 


33 


911-1786 


.510 








500-686 


.729 


465 


135 


159 


549-9 








1030-32.0 


2322-70.4 


1986-87 


26 


674-1344 


.502 


122-290 


.461 


395-553 


.714 


423 


143 


130 


474-15 


200 


524 


769-31.2 


1865-71.7 


1987-88 


31 


874-1633 


.504 


195-451 


.430 


407-606 


.672 


536 


140 


177 


537-12 


303 


583 


957-29.6 


2350-75.8 


1988-89 


29 


760-1651 


.460 


88-311 


.283 


398-587 


.672 


427 


125 


159 


529-15 


309 


615 


1002-30.9 


2006-69.2 


1989-90 


33 


1002-2073 


.483 


110-278 


.396 


633-893 


.709 


583 


162 


217 


704-20 


438 


802 


1351-34.6 


2747-83.2 


1990-91 


28 


814-1795 


.454 


90-309 


.291 


527-772 


.683 


455 


185 


227 


550-19 


373 


625 


1098-39.2 


2245-80.2 


1991-92 


29 


848-1880 


.451 


128-294 


.325 


526-751 


.700 


495 


107 


242 


611-32 


403 


611 


1092-37.7 


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 


1993-94 


30 


868-1901 


.457 


141-401 


.352 


522-766 


.682 


502 


176 


303 


624-26 


411 


711 


1193-39.8 


2399-80.0 


1994-95 


34 


1035-2080 


.498 


179-508 


.352 


697-987 


.706 


641 


168 


302 


632-15 


476 


804 


1367-40.2 


2946-86.7 


1995-96 


30 


860-1917 


.449 


185-544 


.340 


535-783 


.683 


529 


88 


329 


652-15 


405 


664 


1158-38.6 


2440-81.3 


1996-97 


32 


836-1800 


.465 


118-378 


.312 


616-904 


.691 


518 


112 


274 


600-18 


346 


793 


1226-38.3 


2406-75.2 


1997-98 


32 


908-1969 


.461 


166-476 


.349 


538-794 


.678 


602 


158 


275 


637-28 


369 


793 


1271-39.7 


2520-78.8 


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 


20on-oi 


36 


1120-2313 


.484 


205-540 


.380 


622-894 


.696 


692 


213 


322 


713-10 


543 


935 


1478-41.1 


3067-85.2 


2001-02 


36 


1083-2248 


.482 


217-580 


.374 


677-933 


.726 


714 


216 


302 


640-8 


473 


1006 


1479-41.1 


3060-85.0 



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/- 


-TOTAI^/ 




/— 3PT— / 
















OFF 


DBF 


TOTAL 


TOTVL 


^DAR 


GP 


FCM-FGA 


.PCT 


FGMFGA 


.PCT 


FTIM-FTA 


.PCT 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DO 


REBS 


REBS 


REBS-A\G 


PTSWG 


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 V 


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 


144 


262 


738-10 


507 


792 


1299-36.1 


2605-72.4 


2001-02 


36 


920-2304 


.399 


227-717 


.317 


485-712 


.681 


489 


128 


256 


741-15 


508 


839 


1347-37.4 


2552-70.9 



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All-Ume Results 



Game-by-game resulla for ever} Maryland bas- 
ketball season aince 1910-1]. Maryland was 
known as Manland \gricuUural College unlil 
Ifilx and as Manland Stale College from 1916- 
1919 Mantands conference afTiliations: Mlan- 
llc Coasl Cnnfercnce since 1953-54: and the 
Southern Confcivnce frtim 1923-2-i to 1952-53. 

\n all-college basketball leam was formed in 
1904-05, and played lust Iwo games. Hue (o a 
fire in 1912 which burnt the armory and college 
gymnasium. Ihr team thai was lieldedm 1913-14 
did not have a regular home, practiced only three 
times all season and last 16 games. Another team 
was not Tielded until 1918-19. 

In I9W-I9. Maryland State participated in the 
IJistrici Intercollegiate Basketball League. In 
which all games wen' played at the Washington 
) \IC\ \nother season would not he conducted 
until \lar\ land opened Us nen facility at The Gym- 
nasium, inside \nnapolis Hall, in 1923-24 II is 
considered to be the schools first 'varsity ' team. 

Home games were played at The Gymnasium 
from 1923-24 lo 19311-31 Home games wet^ 
played at Ritchie r.oliseum Iwm 1931-32 to 1954- 
55 Home games stnci- the 1955-56 season have 
been played at Cole Field House. 

Maryland and opponent \ssociated Press 
rankings are in brackets- \P polls began in 1948- 
49 Fnm 1960-61 In 1967-liH. Ihe Vssociated 
Press ranked only Ihr nations top 10 teams 

• ■ indicates conference games. 

I904'0S 

Record: ii-2 



M3 



Calholic ' 



L 12-14 




< 
136 





WashinBlijn VMCA 


L 




Carroll Inslilulc 


I 


\o learns rmm 1905-06 Ihroueh 1909-10 


1910-11 

Record; 3-9 H: 2-3 K: 1-6 


J8 


New \ork I niversjtv 


L 7-25 


Jll 


al (iailaiirit'l 


L 30-58 




al Slaunliiii \lililar\ 


L 24-38 




al Wdshiiii^liiii \ Lee 


L 17-46 


J28 


alWII 


tt 17-14 


J31 


Hasliinstnii & Ut 


L 24-29 




al Delaware 


L 14-23 




(jallaudei 


L 27-54 




al GeorfietowTi 


L 25-31 




Miiunl St Jiiseptis 


tt 22-20 




Calholic 


W 35-30 




alWideniTCullrge 


L 19-50 


\oleamslnWlt-l2 and 1912-13 


I9i:i-I4 

Kercir(l:U-ll> II: ll<r> \: 11-11 


JIO 


Mount SI Joseph's 


L 


J14 


al i:alholii 


1, 


J17 


al Mount St. Josephs 


I 


J21 


al Gallaudel 


I 15-79 


J23 


al SI. John's lAnnapollsl 


L 10-48 


J24 


al Lovola m) 


L 


,128 


al CeortietowTi 


L 


J31 


Calholii 


L 


F3 


al Washinfilon & Ue 


L 8-63 


n 


alWII 


L 3-44 


n 


al St. John's (Annapolis) 


L 13-38 


Fll 


Geoi^e Uashinfiton 


L 


F14 


Gallawlfl 


L 


F21 


Baltimore CItv Collcee 


L 


F28 


al WIdener Collese 


L 


M4 


at Delaware 


1. 


Vo le^ois from 1914-13 llmugb 


siv-n 


1918-19 

Record: 1-3 11:0-0 VO-fl \: 1-5 


J18 


Callaudet ' 


W 27-26 


J25 


Calholle ' 


L 7-25 


K1 


George Washlnelon ' 


L 11-23 


fl3 


Gallaudel ' 


L 9-33 



M8 


George Washington ' 


L 20-53 


l-alWashinstunniCA 


\o Irams from 1919-20 lo 1922-23 


I9ZI-24 

Record;.!-/ 11:3-6 ,*; 1-0 N: l-l 


SC: 1-2. 


nth place 






George Washington 


W 41-22 




Gallaudel 


W 42-28 




Calholic 


L 13-30 


F5 


• \o. Carolina 


L 20-26 




• Virginia 


L 13-26 


F9 


at Richmond 


W 24-22 




Catholic 


L 14-20 




George ttashinglon 


L 19-20 




• Washington S l.cc 


W 22-21 




\MI 


L 12-21 




Wll' 


W 34-19 


F29 


Genrsia ' 


L 25-29 


/-i'oOw 


Touniantt'iit at Mlaiila. Ga. 




I924-2S 


Record 


12-3 H:7-2 A; 4-2 * l-l 




SC: 3-1 


4th place 






• Virginia 


W 24-18 




al Columbia 


W 24-23 




at Stevens inslitule 


W 21-19 




al Nav\ 


1, 16-23 




Lafavelte 


W 30-15 




al Catholic 


W 18-14 




Stevens Institute 


W 21-17 


J3I 


• \o, Carolina 


L 16-21 




Gallaudel 


W 25-14 




Washington College 


L 16-27 




al Princeton 


L 24-38 




Cil\ College ol NA 


W 22-16 




• South Carolina 


W 38-22 




•at Virginia 


W 36-25 


F26 


Alabama ' 


W 27-21 


F27 


.\C Slate ' 


1, 18-30 




Catholic 


W 27-17 


1-SoCon Tournamenl at Atlanta. Ga. 


t923-26 

Record; 14-3 H: 10-1 A; 4-1 N:0-l 


SC: 7-1 


4th place 






• Washington & Lee 


W 40-27 




at \avT 


W 21-12 


JI2 


Richmond 


W 30-14 




•alWII 


W 30-21 




• at Washington 4 Lee 


W 33-20 




• al Virginia Tech 


W 19-17 




• al Virginia 


L 28-34 


F9 


• No. Carotina 


W 23-22 




West Virginia 


W 25-15 




Duke 


W 41-20 




• Virginia 


W 30-21 




Princeton 


W 32-26 




Gallaudel 


W 40-13 




Washington College 


W 30-26 




Stevens institute 


L 24-27 




• Virginia Tech 


W 30-14 


F26 


Mis,sissippi ' 


L 19-22 


t-SoCoR Toornamml al .Ulanta. Ga. 


1926-27 

Record: 10-10 11:7-2 A: 3-7 \: 0-1 


SC: (.-4, 9th plare 




al American 


L 16-21 




• Washinglon & Lee 


W 44-32 


J4 


al Michigan 


L 25-39 




• al Virginia 


L 17-22 




al Nan 


L 30-32 




Washlnelon Colleee 


L 18-22 




• Georgia 


W 34-33 




Gallaudel 


W 39-26 




Stevens Institute 


W 27-18 


F7 


• No. Carolina 


W 28-20 


F8 


• \o. Carolina 


L 23-32 


F9 


at Pennsvlvania 


W 26-21 




• al Washinglon S Lee 


L 32-34 





■alVMI 


«' 32-13 




• Virginia |0T1 


W 29-28 




• at m; State 


L 23-38 




at Washinglon College 


L 16-21 




Western Vjarvland 


W 32-25 


F19 


• at No. Carolina 


W 23-19 


F25 


Georgia ' 


L 22-27 


l-Soljin 


Tournamcnl at .Mlanta. Ga. 




1927-28 

Record: 14-4 H: 11-U \; 3-4 


SC;8-1. 


3rd place Itiej 




DI9 


• Washinglon & Lee 


W 38-24 


JI2 


• at Virginia Tech 


W 29-20 


JI3 


• at Washington & Lee 


W 31-28 


JI4 


• atVAII 


W 23-9 


JIB 


i;altaudet 


W 45-20 


JI9 


• Kentuckv 


W 37-7 


J20 


al Johns Hopkins 


1, 20-22 


J25 


St .hihnslVnnapotis) 


W 25-22 


J27 


• Virginia 


W 26-20 


J30 


Ste\ciis instilute 


W 31-24 


F4 


at Naw 


1. 26-35 


F8 


at Pennsvlvania 


1, 26-30 


FIO 


• NC State 


W 36-24 


FI3 


• al Virginia 


L 12-34 


Ft 7 


Washinglon College 


W 22-20 


F2I 


Johns Hopkins 


W 23-19 


F23 


• \ irgoiia Tech 


W 30- iO 


F24 


Western Vlarviand 


W 30-29 


1928-29 

Record: 7-9 II; 3-5 V; 4-3 \: 0-1 


SC; 2-3. 


21st place 




D2U 


William S Marv 


W 30-20 


D22 


at Pennsvhania 


L 18-30 


J9 


Randolph Vlacon 


L 20-33 


JI5 


•al Virginia 


W 30-22 


JI8 


.iohiis Hopkins 


1. 23-25 


J26 


St John's I Vnnapotis) 


W 20-18 


Ft 


• Virginia 


L 22-25 


F2 


• Washinglon & Lee 


L 22-47 


F4 


• al Virginia Tech 


L 29-39 


F5 


•alVMI 


W 30-27 


F6 


• al Washinglon & Lee 


L 18-42 


F8 


• No. Carolina 


L 22-28 


FI3 


al Nan 


W 30-27 


FI5 


Western Vlarviand 


W 32-17 


F23 


at Johns Hopkins 


W 19-18 


Ml 


VliSvSiSSippi ' 


L 35-37 


t-SoCon 


Jmrnamenl at Mlanta. Ga- 




l929-:{0 

Record; 16-6 II: 10-3 A: 6-2 IV: 0-1 


SC: 9-3. 


um place 




DI3 


William & Marv 


W 27-23 


J9 


•Duke 


L 27-28 


Jll 


Catholic 


W 37-30 


JI4 


•Virginia 


W 54-20 


JI7 


Johns Hopkins 


W 41-24 


J22 


al Nan 


W 43-39 


J23 


• Virginia Tech 


W 44-27 


Ft 


• NC Stale 


L 26-28 


F3 


• Washington & Lee 


1. 25-29 


F6 


Western Vlarviand 


W 37-18 


F8 


• No Carolina 


W 36-33 


Fll 


• al Virginia Itch 


W 34-23 


FI2 


• alVMI 


W 44-25 


FI3 


• al Washinglon & Lee 


L 21-36 


F13 


• Virginia 


W 51-29 


FI8 


• al NC Slate 


W 21-19 


FI9 


• al No. Carolina 


W 29-22 


F20 


• al Duke 


L 24-39 


F22 


at Johns Hopkins 


W 39-24 


F22 


• \MI 


tt 39-21 


F25 


St. John's lAnnapollsl 


W 42-23 


F28 


kenlucky ' 


L 21-26 


l-SoCon Tournament at Mlanta. Ga. 



i930-:n 

Record: 18-4 II: 10-2 V:4-2 \: 4-0 



SC: 8-1 . 2nd place. SoCon Tournament Champion 


J7 


Gallaudel 


W 38-29 


J9 


• al VAII 


W 35-18 


JIO 


• al Washinglon & Lee 


W 36-21 


JI5 


• Duke 


W 32-24 


J17 


Lovola (Vldl 


L 30-33 


J22 


at Johns Hopkins 


W 33-20 


J30 


•VMI 


W 44-20 


J3I 


•Virginia Tech 


W 33-16 


F2 


• al Virginia 


L 31-34 


F3 


• Washinglon & Lee 


W 28-17 


F6 


at Catholic 


W 24-21 


FIO 


• No Carolina 


W 33-31 


Fll 


Washington College 


1, 32-33 


Ft 3 


• Virginia 


W 34-21 


Ft 4 


Western Vlarviand 


W 45-35 


Ft 7 


St John's IVnnapolis) 


W 32-27 


F2I 


at Nan 


I 33-36 


F23 


Johns Hopkins 


W 31-22 


F27 


Louisiana State 


W 37-33 


F28 


No. Carolina ' 


W 19-17 


VI2 


Georgia ' 


W 26-25 


M3 


Kenluckv ' 


W 29-27 


t-SoCon Toumamfnl at .Mlanta. Ga. 


1931-32 

Record: 16-4 II: 11-1 \:3-2 VO-1 


SC:9-1. 


SoCiin Regular Season Co-t 


hampion 


D30 


at Wisconsin 


L 30-32 


Jll 


Lovola (VId.l 


1. 27-28 


JI5 


• at Washington & Lee 


W 42-38 


JI6 


• alVMI 


W 43-28 


J20 


Nan 


W 26-15 


J21 


• at Virginia 


W 36-31 


J23 


at Johns Hopkins 


W 33-26 


J26 


•VAII 


W 38-20 


J30 


• Vitsinia Tech 


W 51-16 


F3 


Calholic 


W 39-34 


F6 


• No Carolina 


W 26-25 


FIO 


Washington College 


W 36-16 


FI2 


Western Vlanland 


W 23-15 


FI3 


•Virginia 


W 46-18 


FI3 


• V\ashington & Lee 


W 49-19 


FI7 


SI .lohn's (Annapoilsl 


W 24-20 


F19 


•al No Caniltiia 


L 26-32 


F20 


• al Duke |UT| 


W 20- 18 


F23 


Johns Hopkins 


W 38-24 


F26 


Florida ' 


L 24-39 


l-SuCiil 


Iburnament at .Mlanta. Ga. 




1932-33 

Record: 11-9 11:10-2 .\; 1-6 N; 0-1 


SO: 7-3. 3nl place 


D23 


Wisconsin 


L 13-22 


J7 


• at Virginia Itch 


«' 40-20 


JI2 


• Duke 


W 30-28 


JI3 


• aiVAIt 


L 29-30 


JI4 


• at Washinglon & Lee 


1, 40-43 


JI8 


alJohns Hopkins 


L 27-37 


J2I 


• Virginia Tech 


W 37-21 


J25 


at Calholic 


L 27-29 


J28 


al Navs 


L 21-39 


J3I 


• at Virginia 


L 19-26 


F3 


• No. Carolina 


W 42-29 


F4 


Georgia 


L 36-40 


re 


Washinglon College 


W 35-27 


F9 


• Virginia 


W 37-28 


Fll 


• Washinglon & Lee 


W 46-28 


FH 


• VAII 


W 45-29 


FI6 


SI .lohn's ( Vnnapolisl 


W 34-22 


FI8 


We^tern Vl.ir\iand 


W 37-32 


F22 


Johns ihipkins 


W 35-31 


F24 


South I'aniiilla 


L 28-65 


l-SoCon Tniirnanifnl .it l^alrl^li. \.t 
\u(lltorluml 


. iMenuirial 



1933-34 

Record; 11-8 11:9-4 V 2-3 Vl 



SC; 6-1 


M place 




1118 


Vlichigan 


W 29-25 


D30 


Indiana 


L 17-30 


J5 


al West Virginia 


L 24-26 


Jll 


• Duke 


W 37-33 


J13 


• al Virginia Ttch 


W 29-24 


J20 


• Virginia Tech 


W 34-32 


J24 


at Johns Hopkins 


L 32-35 


J26 


• at Virginia 


H 43-20 


J30 


• No. Carolina 


L 24-28 


F2 


Catholic 


W 33-25 


F3 


at Nan 


L 27-46 


F6 


• Virginia 


W 28-23 


re 


Richmond 


L 33-44 


FIO 


Western Maryland 


W 49-33 


Ft 3 


• VMI 


W 36-27 


FI5 


SI John's (Annapolisi 


L 32-37 


FI7 


Washington College 


W 44-33 


F2I 


Johns Hopkins 


W 32-19 


Ml 


Washington & Lee ' 


L 37-45 


l-SiiCon Titurnament at Ralelgli. A'.C. IMemorlal 
\ndilorlaml 


1934-33 

Record; 8-10 If: 6-8 A: 2-2 


SC; 4-3. 3th place 


D20 


Indiana 


L 29-30 


D29 


Ohio State 


W 30-41 


J2 


West Virginia 


L 29-39 


J4 


• South Carolina 


W 35-21 


J8 


• VMI 


W 39-24 


Jll 


•Duke 


L 39-48 


JIO 


Washinglon College 


W 43-27 


J18 


• No. Carolina 


L 31-39 


J30 


at Nan 


L 36-43 


F2 


• Virginia 


W 44-24 


re 


Richmond 


L 26-56 


FI2 


al i;atholic 


L 29-15 


F16 


• Washinglon & Lee 


L 29-33 


F20 


• al Virginia 


W 33-32 


F26 


al Johns Hopkins 


W 41-35 


M2 


St. John's (.Annapolis) 


L 17-24 


VI6 


Johns Hopkins 


W 52-25 


Mil 


Georseloml 


L 24-25 


1933-36 

Record: 14-6 H: 9-3 .A: 4-2 N: 1-1 


SC: 4-3. 


4th place 




J7 


•VAII 


W 44-29 


JIO 


• al Washinglon S Lee 


L 27-30 


Jll 


• alVMI 


W 33-32 


J15 


al Nan 


W 32-2U 


J18 


Richmond 


W 28-24 


J21 


BallimoiT Cltv College 


W 55-33 


J23 


Washington Coiiege 


W 46-34 


J23 


• No Carolina 


1. 32-44 


J30 


William & Man 


W 41-39 


Fl 


•Duke 


VV 38-34 


F6 


• Virginia 


W 40-34 


FIO 


al West Virginia 


L 26-51 


Fll 


• Washington & Lee 


L 54-33 


F12 


St. Johns (Annapolisi 


W 40-28 


F15 


Catholic 


L 2940 


FI8 


at Washington College 


W 36-30 


FI9 


Johns Hopkins 


W 43-40 


F21 


at Georgetown 


W 47-39 


M5 


Duke ' 


W 47-35 


M6 


Washington & Lee ' 


L 32-38 


ISoVon humamfnt at Ralfigli. \.C l^lemorlal 
\ailltorluml 


1936-37 

Record; 812 H: 7-4 A: 1-7 \: 0-1 SO; 5-8. 
lOth piare lllel 


DI7 


• at Richmond 


L 40-31 


J6 


Johns Hopkins 


W 34-31 


J8 


• at Washinglon J( Lee 


1. 27-51 


J9 


• at V Ml 


W 48-28 


JI4 


Western Marvland 


W 48-36 


JI6 


• Duke 


L 31-34 


J20 


Washington Collese 


W 41-20 



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,123 


• \ irsiiiia 


W 37-23 


J28 


•alM;SUIf 


L 33-35 


J29 


• at No, Ciirolina 


L 24-41 


,130 


• at l)uko 


L 30-34 


?3 


al ^av\ 


1, 37-53 


F6 


• Nil Caniliiia 


1, 35-44 


F9 


• Hilllam S Man 


W 41-29 


PI 3 


• \ Ml 


W 45-28 


F18 


• Wa,sliini;lon & Lee 


L 35-41 


F20 


(Ji'iirKcUiwn 


1. 27-39 


F23 


al SI. Johns (,Aniiapolls| 


L 37-39 


F24 


• NC Slale 


W 41-35 


\U 


al NC Slale ' 


L 35-42 


1-SiiCon Totiriwnwnl at Raleigll. N.C (Memorial 
{udUoriumi 


1937-38 

Record; 15-9 H: III-3 A: 4-5 M-1 


SC; 6-4 


71h place 




DI6 


• Richmond 


L 26-31 


D17 


Mlrhlean 


1. 26-43 


J4 


al Ballimore Clly Colleja 


W 50-32 


J5 


Randolph Macon 


W 43-27 


J7 


• al \Va,shlnelon S Lee 


1. 29-31 


J8 


• al V'MI 


W 42-27 


JI2 


at Georgetown 


L 39-57 


JI5 


• Duke 


W 40-35 


J27 


at Virginia 


W 39-23 


J28 


• at No. Carolina 


L 24-43 


J29 


• al Duke 


1. 34-44 


J3I 


• Virginia Tech 


W 42-35 


F2 


at \avv 


1, 34-37 


F3 


New York liniversitv 


1, 27-42 


F5 


• Wa,shingtuil & Lee 


VV 36-32 


FIO 


• William S Marv 


VV 45-38 


R11 


• Wll 


W 43-33 


F12 


Catholic 


W 49-33 


FI6 


al Ua.shuigton College 


W 43-42 


F19 


Dickinson College 


W 57-27 


F2I 


,l()hns llupkins 


W 56-30 


F23 


SI. Johns (Annapolis) 


W 38-29 


M4 


The Ciladel ' 


W 45-43 


M5 


Duke' 


L 32-35 


l-SoCon Timrnamem at Raleigh. iVC. Ulemorial 
AudiUimtnl 


1938-39 

Record: 15-9 11:9-2 ;V:4-6 N: 2-1 


SC: 8-3 

nalist 


2nd plai c Hie). SoCon Hjurnamenl Fl- 


1)13 


• al Richmond 


L 34-39 


DI5 


• Glemson 


W 45-35 


D16 


• Davidson 


W 44-27 


,14 


at Pennsylvania 


L 24-36 


J7 


al Army 


L 25-45 


,111 


al NavT 


L 37-47 


J13 


• llukr 


W 37-34 


,114 


llaiop(lcn-S\(lnc\ 


W 34-25 


J20 


• \o Canilina 


W 34-32 


J28 


Virginia 


W 31-21 


F2 


• at Duke 


W 60-44 


F3 


• al No. Carolina 


W 66-41 


F4 


• al NC Slale 


L 40-46 


F8 


Georgetown 


I 25-39 


Fll 


• Washington & Lee 


W 39-37 


F14 


• William S Marv 


L 49-57 


F15 


al St John's (Annapolis) 


VV 48-20 


F18 


• AMI 


tt 53-35 


F20 


al Catholic 


VV 40-38 


F22 


al Geo Washlnglnn 


L 24-37 


F24 


Washington College 


W 47-37 


M2 


RirhntnrHl 


VV 47-32 


H3 


:il \( M.llr 


W 53-29 


M4 


i:lrin~,iii 


L 27-39 


l-SoCiin Touniamml at Raleigll. KC. (Memorial 
\ii(Iiti)numl 


1939-40 

Record: 14-9 11:9-2 A: 4-6 N: 1-1 


SC: 7-5 


5th place 




1)12 


Western Maryland 


W 48-32 


D14 


Randolph Macon 


W 47-16 


Jl 


•Clemson 


W 53-26 


J3 


at l'cnns\l\ania 


L 34-41 


J4 


at kotgers 


W 51-39 


J5 


at Rhode Island 


1, 53-59 


J9 


• Duke 


W 32-30 


J13 


• Richmond 


VV 35-19 


JI7 


at Georgetown 


VV 28-27 



J19 


• Virginia Tech 


W 49-41 


J20 


• Washlnglon « Lee 


L 25-44 


J26 


• al NC Slale 


W 43-36 


J27 


• al Clemson 


L 30-48 


J29 


• al Soulh Carolina 


L 30-33 


J30 


• al Duke 


L 37-48 


F3 

F7 


Johns Hopkins 
• al VMI 


W 49-36 
W 60-33 


F8 


• al Washlnglon S Lee 


L 19-39 


F17 


Catholic 


W 46-31 


R20 


• VMI 


W 27-25 


F22 


George Washington 


L 26-44 


F28 


Washlnglon S Lee ' 


W 43-30 


Ml 


Duke ' 


L 32-44 


l-Souttiem I^Amference Jiiuraamenl at Raleigh. 
\.C (Menmrial \u(litoriaml 


1940-41 

Record: 1-21 II: 1-10 .\:ll-tl 


SC: 11-13 


151h place 




D14 


• Richmond 


L 36-48 


D17 


al Johns Hopkins 


L 24-38 


D19 


• Clemson 


L 34-48 


J8 


al Pennsylvania 


L 32-43 


Jll 


• Duke 


L 26-40 


J14 


• al Washington S Lee 


L 41-59 


J15 


•alVlll 


L 30-64 


J17 


al GeorgelowTi 


L 34-51 


J24 


• No, Carolina 


L 36-55 


,131 


• at Richmond 


L 17-38 


Fl 


• at Duke 


L 17-43 


F3 


• at No. Carolina 


L 29-44 


F5 


al Na\T 


L 27-52 


F6 


al Virginia 


L 18-47 


F8 


• Washington & Lee 


L 15-42 


FIO 


alGen VVashlngum 


L 28-61 


FI4 


• William S Mary 


L 40-58 


F15 


Connecticut 


L 43-52 


FIB 


• VAII 


L 27-41 


F19 


Rutgers 


L 45-50 


F21 


• Virginia teh 


L 39-48 


F22 


Washlnglon College 


W 26-18 


1941-42 

Record: 7-15 11:4-5 A: 3-10 


SC: 3-8, 


I21h place (lie) 




D13 


• at Richmond 


W 41-23 


D16 


• at William & Mary 


L 34-39 


D19 


al WesI Virginia 


L 36-63 


D30 


al Selon Hall 


L 15-59 


D31 


al Clly College of NV 


L 40-57 


J2 


al St Johns 


L 48-64 


J9 


al Virginia 


W 35-34 


JIO 


• al Duke 


L 33-37 


J16 


Washington College 


W 28-25 


J21 


al Georgelown 


W 51-42 


J24 


• George Washlnglon 


L 29-47 


J29 


Virginia 


W 36-26 


F2 


• at VAll 


L 41-46 


F3 


• at Washlnglon & Lee 


L 44-52 


F7 


• Washington & Lee 


L 28-30 


Fll 


al \av\ 


L 47-61 


FI3 


• William & Marv 


W 42-32 


FI4 


West Virginia 


L 27-41 


FI8 


at Army 


L 32-44 


F20 


• No. Carolina 


L 30-34 


F25 


• Duke 


L 46-64 


F27 


• VMI 


W 39-36 


1942-43 

Record: 8-8 II: 5-3 A: 3-5 


SC: 5-5, 


9th place 




DIO 


• Riclnooofl 


H 32-28 


Jl 


• No Canihn,! 


W 47-40 


J9 


Virginia 


W 53-49 


J13 


at Pennsylvania 


L 49-51 


J15 


• al Washlnglon & Lee 


L 40-50 


J16 


•,pl\\ll 


L 34-35 


J23 


• 01 iieo W;ishillglon 


L 43-411 


J30 


al Naw 


W 63-54 


F6 


al Army 


L 40-44 


FI2 


•Duke 


L 43-46 


F13 


• Washlnglon & Lee 


W 55-35 


F15 


al Virginia 


VV 56-42 


F16 


• at No, Carolina 


W 40-31 


F20 


Georgetown 


L 36-46 


F23 


• William & Mary 


W 51-36 


F25 


•VMI 


L 35-36 



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1943-44 

Record: 4-14 11:3-6 A: 1-7 ^: 0-1 



SC: 2-1 


4lh place 




Dll 


IJuantico Marines 


L 33-59 


D17 


Marshall 


L 39-46 


D21 


Oainhriilge Naw 


1, 20-52 


J8 


at \irgiina 


1, 20-52 


JI5 


• VMI 


W 43-36 


J22 


llampden-S\rinc\ 


L 43-51 


J24 


at Bainhrtdge Nac\ 


L 25-7B 


J26 


Fort Belvoir 


L 29-60 


J29 


Calhollc 


W 33-31 


F5 


Virginia 


L 26-49 


F8 


al Calhollc 


L 33-53 


F9 


Woodnnv Gen llospital 


W 48-26 


F12 


• at Richmond 


L 34-li5 


F18 


al Woodow Gen llospilal 1, 25-35 


F19 


• at VMI 


W 31-29 


1'24 


al \C Slale ' 


L 23-42 


F26 


at Nan 


L 35-69 


Ml 


at Army 


L 22-85 


I-Snilim Jiiuraamenl at Raleigh. V.C, (Memorial 
\u(litarluml 


1944-45 

Record: 2-14 II: 1-5 *: 1-8 N:0-1 


SC: 2-5 


lllh place 




D2t 


Gallaudel 


L 26-27 


J5 


• al No Carolina 


1, 28-53 


J6 


• al Duke 


L 24-51 


J8 


• at NC State 


L 32-46 


JIO 


al Navy 


L 33-70 


J 13 


• VAII 


W 46-28 


Jl« 


Marine liorps Instilule 


L 34-50 


J20 


• NC Slale 


L 42-57 


J27 


Hampden-Sydney 


L 42-43 


F3 


al Virginia 


1, 26-57 


F5 


•at Villi 


L 27-35 


FIO 


Virginia 


L 33-61 


FI7 


• at William & Mary 


W 53-46 


F22 


Duke' 


L 19-76 


F27 


al 1 S. McRhant Marine 


1, 41-54 


F28 


al \rm\ 


1, 34-54 


l-SoCon Tournament at Raleigh. N.C. (Memorial 
.'\ii(liltirlum) 


1943-46 

Record: 9-12 H:B-4 A: 1-7 \:0-l 


SC: 5-4 


5lh place 




Dill 


Vlarine Corps Instilule 


W 61-46 


D2I1 


Vtarshall 


L 43-50 


1)21 


l.luanlico Marines 


1, n-m 


J 4 


• alDuke 


1, 25-59 


J 5 


• at NC State 


H 47-39 


J7 


• at No llaniiina 


1, 28-64 


J16 


al Nan 


1. 35-44 


JI9 


• NC State 


W 37-33 


J23 


al Virginia 


L 45-48 


J25 


•Duke 


W 43-38 


J26 


Hampden-S.vdney 


W 35-32 


F2 


• George Washington 


W 48-35 


F8 


• No Canilina 


L 31-33 


F9 


Virginia 


W 37-36 


FI4 


1 .S. MerchanI Marines 


W 43-39 


F16 


• Richmond 


W 37-31 


F20 


• at William & Mary 


L 36-42 


F23 


West Virginia 


L 33-35 


F26 


alt SMenllant Marines L 31-48 


F27 


al \rm\ 


L 25-52 


Ml 


No. Carolina ' 


L 27-54 


l-Sonthern Conferenee Tournament at Raleigh. 
,\' C (Memorial .Uiditoriiimj 


1946-47 

Record: 14-111 11:9-3 ,\: 5-6 N:a-I 


SC: 9-5 


5lh iil.ice 




1114 


,11 Wcsl Virginia 


1. 43-81 


1117 


Western Mar\laml 


H 411-39 


lllll 


,lntlllslln|ikllis 


W 4I-3I> 


J3 


al t.luanlico Vlarlnes 


W 62-48 


J4 


• at No lianilina 


1, 42-58 


J8 


• Richmond 


1. 39-41 


JIO 


• George Washlnglon 


W 44-43 


J16 


• at Washington & Lee 


W 65-60 


JI7 


• at Virginia Tech 


W 57-49 


JIB 


• al nil 


W 61-50 


J22 


al Naw 


1. 27-55 


J24 


• No, Carolina 


W 61-57 



J3I 


• Washlnglon & Lee 


W 59-50 


F4 


Georgelown 


W 55-49 


FIO 


• George Washington 


L 48-63 


F15 


* ,11 Rii hmniiil 


1. 49-68 


F17 


• Virginia lech 


W 55-42 


F18 


• Duke 


L 38-40 


FIO 


alls. Merchant Marine 


L 47-73 


F24 


at Armv 


W 57-54 


F26 


• The Citadel 


W 52-40 


Ml 


•\M1 


W 53-45 


MI2 


al Pennsylvania 


L 54-80 


MI3 


NC Slale ' 


L 43-55 


l-SoCon Tournament al Durham. N.C. (Duke In- 
door Stadium) 


1947-48 

Record: 11-14 11:6-4 A: 5-9 ^: 0-1 


SC: 9-7, 


41h place 




1)11 


at Western Maryland 


W 63-58 


DI2 


Lovola (Md.) 


L 52-63 


DI6 


• Davidson 


W 59-58 


DI7 


• al Washlnglon & Lee 


L 64-70 


D18 


• al VMI 


W 53-46 


D20 


at Jolms Hopkins 


W 64-53 


J3 


• al No (Canilina 


L 46-70 


J5 


• al Duke 


L 42-53 


J7 


at Georgetown 


1, 40-52 


JIO 


• Clemson 


W 49-42 


J12 


al Virginia 


L 44-64 


JI4 


al Nan 


L 47-51 


JI6 


• Soulh Carolina 


W 68-54 


JI7 


• VMI 


W 63-48 


J3I 


al Army 


L 44-48 


F7 


• Washington & Lee 


W 64-38 


Fll 


• al Geo. Washlnglon 


L 49-65 


F13 


• No, Carolina 


L 47-51 


FI6 


Virginia 


L 56-68 


F19 


• Richmond 


W 60-53 


F21 


• al Soulh Canilina 


W 54-53 


F23 


• at ijcmson 


W 63-61 


F26 


• al Richmond 


1, 62-64 


Ml 


• George Washington 


L 35-59 


M4 


Davidson 


1. 51-58 


l-SoCou Tonrnamenl at Durham. M: (Duke In- 
door Stadium) 


1948-49 

Record: 9-IB 11:4-5 A: 5-11 \: 0-2 


SC: 8-7, 7lh place 


D4 


at Temple 


L 49-67 


D9 


• Virginia Tech 


W 60-51 


Dll 


at Loyola (Md| 


L 75-77 


Dt3 


• Richmond 


L 45-54 


D16 


Virginia 


L 47-53 


DI8 


• Clemson 


W 74-50 


J3 


• al No, Carolina 


1, 47-55 


J4 


• Davidson ' 


1, 49-52 


J7 


at Virginia 


L 43-79 


JIO 


at Georgetown 


1, 51-53 


J12 


at Pennsylvania 


1, 67-81 


J22 


at Nan 


1. 46-52 


J26 


• George Washiiiglo 


1. 54-66 


J2B 


al Mlami-OH 


W 43-42 


J29 


al Miami-Oil 


1, 48-58 


F2 


al Cincinnati - 


L 33-70 


F4 


• at VMI 


W 53-45 


F5 


• at Washlnglon S 1. 


■eW 66-60 


F8 


• South Carolina 


W 79-49 


Fll 


• No. Carolina 


L 52-66 


FI7 


Georgetown 


L 52-56 


F19 


• at Soulh Carolina 


W 57-56 


F20 


• al Clemson 


L 49-68 


F24 


• at Richmond 


W 66-51 


F26 


• al Geo. Washinglo 


1, 42-61 


F28 


• VAII 


W 70-55 


M3 


No. Carolina > 


L 61-79 


l-at Charlottesville. \a IMemorlal llymnamm): 
2-at Cineiniiati. tlhio (Muffle Hall). '.l-SoCon Tiiur- 
uameut al Duiiiam. VC (Duke Indoor Stadium) 


1949 

Record: 

place 


..50 

7-IB H: 6-6 .A: 1-12 SC: 


5-13, I31h 


D3 


• al Virginia Tech 


L 57-63 


D5 


al Tennessee 


L 40-61 


D6 


al Virginia 


L 56-66 


DIO 


• Washlnglon & Lee 


W 65-46 


DI4 


al Pennsylvania 


L 52-54 


D16 


• Clemson 


L 55-60 



D17 




al Navy 


L 62-75 


DIO 




Ohio VVeslevan 


L 71-75 


J2 




• al No, Carolina 


L 53-55 


J3 




• al Duke 


L 46-58 


J7 




al Georgelown 


W 71-65 


JIO 




• William .N Man 


L 52-56 


JI2 




• al RIcliiODiiil 


L 49-59 


JI4 




• George Washington L 51-72 


J2I 




• al William « Vlarv 


L 56-64 


Fl 




•VMI 


W 65-53 


F3 




• No. Carolina 


L 56-69 


F6 




•alVMI 


L 61-62 


FIO 




• Duke 


W 67-57 


FI3 




• Soulh Carolina 


L 56-6) 


F14 




Virginia 


W 70-52 


FIB 




• Davidson 


W 64-61 


F2I 




• Richmond 


W 67-48 


F24 




• al Soulh Carolina 


L 44-59 


F25 




•al Clemson 


L 68-70 


/.9,50 

Record 


16-1 


H: 10-3 A: 5-7 \: 


-1 


SC: ll-8,8lh 


lace 




Dl 




Virginia 


W 59-57 


D6 




al Pennsylvania 


L 65-74 


Dll 




• William f, Marv 


W 48-41 


D13 




at Virginia 


W 46-43 


DIB 




• Washington & Lee 


W 52-43 


DIO 




Rulgei>i 


l\ 51-45 


J2 




• al No. Carolina 


W 67-59 


J6 




• al Richmond 


W 48-42 


JIO 




at Nan 


L 47-51 


JI3 




Georgelown 


W 58-47 


J15 




• Virginia Tech 


L 57-66 


J20 




• No Caixilina 


W 56-55 


Fl 




• al Davidson 


W 57-55 


F2 




• al Soulh Carolina 


L 43-70 


F3 




•at Clemson 


L 44-50 


F7 




• al Washlnglon S LeeL 65-83 


F8 




• al VMI 


W 46-41 


F12 




• Soulh Canilina 


W 47-37 


F14 




• West Virginia 


L 64-70 


FI6 




• llukc 


L 40-49 


F17 




• al Williams Man 


L 50-55 


F19 




• titemsiill (OT) 


W 54-50 


F21 




• Richmimd 


W 42-33 


F23 




• al Geo. Washlnglon L 47-67 


F24 




• VMI 


W 65-46 


Ml 




Clemson ' 


W 50-48 


M2 


|8| 


al NC Slale ' 


L 45-54 


l-SoCan Tournament al Raleigh. .\.C. (Reymlds 
Oiilk^eum) 


1951-52 

Record: 13-9 11:8-1 \: ,5-7 \:0-l 


SC: 9-5. 


6lhp 


ace Itie) 




D2 




al Virginia 


W 59-42 


D5 




• Washlnglon & Lee 


W 71-51 


D8 




al PennsvlMinia 


L 52-53 


DI2 




•Williams Man 


« 54-53 


DI5 




• al West Virginia 


1, 36-39 


D18 




•alWIi 


W 57-39 


D19 




• al Washlnglon S LeeW 51-43 


J3 




• al No Canilina 


L 47-51 


J5 




alNan 


W 48-45 


J7 




Virginia 


W 63-53 


JIO 




Georgelown 


W 55-40 


JI2 




al Rutgen^ 


L 55-01 


J1S 




• No. Carolina 


W 71-51 


F9 




• VMI 


W 64-46 


F14 




• Richmond 


W 55-45 


F16 




• alWidlam&Marv 


L 66-71 


F18 




• at Duke 


L 51-56 


F21 




al Georgetown 


L 61-71 


F27 




• at Richmond 


W 54-511 


F29 




• George Washinglo 


L 56-57 


Ml 




• Da\1dsiin 


W 71-48 


M6 


|I2| 


Duke' 


L 4B-5I 


l-SoCm Tonrnameul at Raleigh. .YC (Reynolds 
Cnliselim) 


1932 

Record: 


■53 

15-8 11:8-2, A: 6-5 \: 1-1 




SC: 12-3. 2nd place (lie) 


D2 




Virginia 


W 71-61 


D4 




• William S Man 


W 64-61 


D6 




al Pennsylvania 


L 53-70 


DI3 




• Wesl Virginia 


W 52-45 


DI7 




• al VMI 


W 54-37 



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DI8 




• at Washinjlon & LceH 58-40 




J3 




• at No Canilina 


L 49-59 




J5 




al Mrginia 


VV 59-56 




J8 




• al Ridimond |0T| 


VV 63-60 




Jll) 




GeorgclowTi 


L 45-54 




JI2 




• Virginia Ttcli 


VV 65-46 




Ji7 




• No. Carolina 


VV 68-66 




F3 




• alG.«'asllillslon|20T| L 62-63 




P6 




• al Mrelnia Tech 


VV 70-56 




F9 




• Richmond 


L 46-49 




FI2 




• Hll 


W 67-41 




FN 




• Uashinfilun & Lee 


W 87-56 




FIT 




• al Hilliam S Marv 


VV 79-57 




FI9 




al Oorjjelitwn 


L 48-49 




F21 




al Na\\ 


L 47-51 




F2^ 




• George ttashineto 


W 66-53 




M5 




Duke' 


VV 74-65 




M6 




Wake Foresi (IJTI ' 


L 59-61 




l-SoCon Tournament at Ratdgti. VC fRe\mltls 
Colisetimt 




1913-54 

Record; 23-7 


H:<l-2 \;ll-4 V 3- 






WC; 


7-2, 2nil 


place 






Poslseason: ^P \o 20 




D3 




• al Soulh Carolina 


VV 53-49 




D-l 




• al Clemson 


VV 81-41 




D5 




• al ttake Foresi 


L 54-71 




D8 




alttilliamSMan 


W 69-54 




DU 




at West Virginia 


L 71-87 




DI7 




Virginia Tech 


VV 60-52 




DI8 




• South Carolina 


W 7948 




D3(l 




\rizona State ' 


W 65-50 




D3I 




Evans\ille ' 


W 66-58 




J2 




at kentuck\ \\este\an 'VV '54-37 




J4 




al Richmond 


W 72-64 




J5 




• Virginia 


W 70-64 




J6 




• Cteihson 


W 79-54 




J9 




at Gforgetovin (UT| 


L 56-58 




Jll 




Richmond 


L 71-73 




J15 


|7| 


George Washington 


W 68-61 




J18 




• al Virginia 


W 70-56 




J30 


|13| 


at TSmpa 


W 61-51 




Fl 


|13| 


at Miami 


W 63-57 




F4 


|13| 


aHVashington 4 Lee VV 51-25 




F5 


|13| 


at Virginia Tech 


W 54-41 




Fll 


|1l| 


Washington & Lee 


H 76-43 




F13 


|11||I6| 


jINan tiiTI 


VV 61-60 




F15 


|111 


• Wake Foresi 


VV 74-53 




F16 


|11||14| 


• Duke 


L 61-68 




F18 


|ll| 


Georselown 


VV 53-50 




F23 


|ll| |8| 


at Geo Washingtfm 


L 57-70 




F25 


|ll| 


Wlliiam i Marv 


VV 74-55 




M4 


|I7| 


Ciemson - 


W 75-59 




M5 


|17| 


Wake Foresi II ITH 


L 56-64 




l-Mi-\merican ijt\ Timnjment at Oncns/wro. 
ky.2-.\CCJIiiimamentatRalei0i. VC (KfraoMs 
Co/(sfum; 




1,954.5; 

Record: 17-7 


H: 7-2 \: 7-4 \; 3-1 






ACC 


10-4, 3rd 


place 






D4 




Georgetown 


W 60-43 




D7 


|l'| 


•Duke 


W 49-47 




DIO 


|I7| 


• Wake Foresi (IIT| 


L 58-62 




D14 




• al Virginia 


VV 72-69 




D17 




• at Duke 


L 61-68 




D18 




• at No, Carolina 


W 70-60 




D27 




Tevas Tech ' 


W 58-54 




D28 




Rhoile island 


W 83-66 


^ss 


saji, "3° 




Cincinnati 


W 78-61 


ij^ 


n^'^ .14 


|I1| 


• Soulh Carolina 


W 68-51 


ifes 


iniii j6 


|l'l 


• Virginia 


VV 78-65 


^^b 


mpfl J8 


Mil 


• al Clemson 


W 71-63 


^---H 


^^ JIO 


l<<| 


• al South Candina 


W 68-52 


a 


t J13 


MM |2| 


• NC State 


W 68-64 


c 


i JI8 


|fi| |9| 


al Geo Washington 


1. 53-75 





g J29 


|8| 


al Naw 


W 60-54 


c 


S F5 


|12| 


alWiliiamSVIarv 


W 67-62 


c 


= h-8 


Ml] |6| 


George Washington 


L 67-73 


b 


3 F12 


Mil 


• No Candina 


W 63-61 


u 


i F15 


|ll| 


• Ciemson 


W 68-66 




u Fin 


|ll| PI 


• al NC StaU- 


L 58-78 


1 


: F21 


III] 


• at Wake Forest 


L 71-75 


h 


: F25 


|I7| 


al Ceorgetown |20T 


W 57-49 




J \13 


1181 


Virginia IIIT) - 


1. 67-68 


t 

i: 


- l'\II-\mmcan City Tournament at Onensftoro. 
K.I.. 2-1CC Tournament 31 Ralei^. \C. (Iie\iml(ls 
xR Coli^um} 



1955-56 

Record: 14-10 H:9-5 A; 54 IV: 0-1 
\CC: 7-7, 5lh place 



D2 



D8 



* Virginia 



William tk Vlary 



1121 Kentucky 



[111 * No Carolina 



1161 Michigan Stale ' 



L 75-95 



SI Francis 



■ SouIJi Carolina W 76-57 



|7| George Washihglon W 62-48 



* al Ciemson 



W 71-63 



• al South Caix)lina W 59-53 



J12 |3| «NC Stale 



L 64-73 



|6| 'alDuke 



L 62-76 



|9| *al No, Carolina L 55-64 
al Geotgeloaii |0T| W 62-57 



Naw 



W 80-61 



|8| »Duke 



L 70-82 



Fll 1191 al Geo Washington W 67-46 



• Ciemson 



|5| « al NC State 



W 71-62 



F25 



■al Virginia 



Georgetown 



W 72-61 



Ml ml Duke- 



L 69-94 



l-\M-\\MeT Festhal at College Park. \U ICole 
Field llouseli 2-, ICC Tournament at Raleigh. V C, 
IReyvold.*' f^oliseumj 

/.95ft-57 

Record: tli-lll 11:8-2 \: 5-6 V 3-2 



ACC: 9-5. 2nd place 
Dl -atV 



D6 



Fonlham 



lirginia 



W 67-63 



L 62-61 



• Wake Foresi 



W 59-53 



D15 |3| al Kentucky 



L 55-76 



D17 |6| • at No, Candina L 61-70 



D30 



VIontana State ' 



W 89-72 



D31 



Nen VlcMco VSVl ' L 43-45 



• at Soulh Canilina L 60-68 



115! -Duke 



W 62-51 



al Geo Washinglon W 68-48 
• Soulh Candina W 66-59 



Gcorgchffln 



W 82-69 



|19| -alDuke 



L 60-72 



George Washinglon W 84-67 
Hi • No, Carolina I20TI L 61-65 
» Virginia VV 85-64 



F16 



' al NC Stale 



W 56-49 



1 171 • al Wake Fon-sl L 58-62 



F23 



at Na\\ 



• Ciemson 



W 74-65 



alGeorgeton W 62-59 



M7 



M8 



Vltyinia ■' 



W 71-68 



Soulh Carolina - 



L 64-74 



l:Ml:\meriean Cit\ Tournament at Onemiboro. 
K.V. : 2:ACC JliumamenI al Raleigh. V C, tReynolds 
Coliseum) 

/957-5S 

Record: 22-7 11:10-1 A; 6-4 \: 6-2 

\CC: 9-5, 4lh place, VCC TliurnamenI Champion 
PoMlsfasoi): NC VV F,asi Region 3nl place, VP No 
6, 1 PI No 6 



George Washinglon W 



al I'ordham 



D13 



D18 |6| 



Navy 



D2B |6| Vanderbill ' 



W 



D30 |6| Memphis Stale (3(IT) '! 



J3 17! 



• al Soulh Carolina VV 



J4_J7L 



* al Ciemson 



■18 nil 



• Duke 



Jll jllj |3| 'No Carohna 



J14 [81 al GeorgeloftTi 



J20 [8[[20[ «NC State 



Fl [9[ at Navy 



F7 



ra [8[ 



* al Virginia 



• al Wake Foresi W 



F13 |9| 



W 



F15 [911101 »alNCSIale|30T| L 



F18 [I4[ 



* Virginia 



W 



m [I4[ [7| -alDuke 



64-55 
61-58 
71-62 
72-58 
88-58 
71 -.56 
46-47 
72-59 
66-73 
74-49 
74-61 
55-45 
48-57 
64-51 
87-66 
74-67 
72-54 
64-69 
69-56 
59-68 



P22 


|14||I6[ 


• at No Carolina 


L 


59-66 


F26 


1171 


GeorgeloftTi 


W 


56-46 


Ml 


1171 


• Soulh Candina 


W 


99-59 


V16 


1171 


Virginia ■ 


w 


70-66 


M7 


117] [6[ 


Duke (OTl - 


w 


71-65 


VI8 


|17||13| 


No. Carolina- 


w 


86-74 


Mil 


|6| 


Boston College ' 


w 


86-63 


V114 


|fi| |51 


Tempie ' 


L 


67-71 



l-Sugiir Hiiwl Tnurnament al V\\ nrk^jiis. La. 
ILoyola Field House): 2-ACC Tournamenl at Ra- 
leigh. \.C (Rewolds ColiseuiBl: 3-yC\\ East 
Rrsion FIrsi Round al \e\\ York. ,V1! /,Warf;son 
Si/UcjR' inifdi-nl 4-\C{\ East Regional at Char- 
lutlv. \ C jCharliilte Cuhseuml 



I9S8-59 

Record: 10-13 11: 7-3 \: 2-8 \: 1-2 


ACC: 7-7 


3nl 


place (llel 




D3 




• NC Stale 


L 53-55 


D6 




at Northwestern 


L 62-66 


DIO 




•Virginia 


W 63-56 


D15 


|2| 


al Kentucky 1 OTl 


L 56-58 


D17 




Navy 


1. 50-53 


D20 




• Wake Poivsi 


W 68-65 


D29 


|7| 


\lissi.>^sippi state 


L 45-56 


1130 




Lo\oia |Vld 1 ' 


W 54-50 


J7 




• Duke 


W 64-31 


J9 




• al Soulh Carolina 


W 59-41 


JIO 




• at Ciemson 


L 46-55 


J14 




GeorgeloftTi 


W 61-53 


JI7 




• al Ouke 


L 69-78 


F4 


|2| 


•alNo Carolina 


I 57-64 


F7 




• at Wake Forest 


L 53-56 


FIO 




G Washinglon |0T1 


L 65-66 


F14 


|6| 


• al NC Slate 


L 37-53 


FI6 




• Ciemson 


W 77-58 


F18 




•al Virginia 


L 50-62 


F21 


Ml 


• No, Carolina 


W 69-51 


F25 




al GeorgeloftTi 


W 67-56 


F27 




• Soulh Carolina 


W 75-45 


M5 




Virginia - 


L 65-66 


1-Suear Bowl Tournament at Veu Orleans. La. 
lbo\ola Field House): 2-KC Tournament at Ra- 
leigh. \.C IRe\nolds Coliseum} 


1939-60 

Record: 15-8 11:8-2 \: 7-5 \; 0-1 


\CC; 9-5 


3ld 


place 




D3 




al Geo Washingttin 


tt 64-57 


09 




• Virginia 


W 70-62 


014 




GeorgelovvTi 


W 59-48 


018 




• Wake Foresi 


L 47-54 


028 


P\ 


Indiana ' 


L 63-72 


029 




Fordham 


W 76-54 


J4 




Vale 


W 103-80 


J8 




• Soulti Camlina 


VV 85-52 


J13 




at GeorgeloftTi 


L 51-66 


JI6 




• al Duke 


W 56-48 


J18 




• NC Slate 


W 63-53 


J20 




al Navy 


W 51-50 


F3 


|I7| 


• No, Carolina 


L 66-75 


F6 




• al Wake Forest 


L 64-65 


FIO 




• al Virginia 


VV 44-43 


F13 




• al NC Slate 


L 46-48 


F15 




• Ciemson 


W 70-55 


FIS 




• Duke 


W 71-61 


F20 




G. Washington |IIT| 


W 86-84 


F23 




• al No Carolina 


L 64-81 


F26 




• al Ciemson |2 1 iT| 


W 66-59 


F27 




• al Soulh Carolina 


W 72-55 


M3 




al NC Slale ■' 


L 58-74 


1-Blueljrass Frsli\al at Louls\ilie. h IKentueky 
State Fairgomds PatlllonI: 2-\tX Tournament 
at Raielgh. VC, ffeinoWs Coliseum) 


1960-61 

Record: 14-i: 


H: 9-2 A: 3-8 \. 2-2 


ACC: 6-8 


5lh 


place 




01 




Penn Slale 


W 64-47 


03 




• al Virginia 


W 57-52 


06 




George Washinglon 


W 80-68 


010 




al Mlnnesola 


W 64-33 


014 |12| 


al GeorgeloftTi 


W 78-67 


017 [12 




• Wake Foresi 


L 60-72 


029 


Mil 


No Carolina ' 


L 57-81 


030 


|10| 


al NC Slale ' 


L 67-73 


031 




Wvuraing ' 


W 84-77 


J7 




• SouUi Carolina 


» 72-38 



Jll 




GeorgeloviTi 


W 55-47 


J14 


|B| 


• al Ouke 


L 62-70 


J16 


|7| 


• No, Carolina 


L 52-58 


J18 




Navy 


W 63-62 


J21 




• NC Slale 


W 75-57 


F2 


|5| 


• at No, Carolina 


L 56-63 


F4 




• al Wake Foresi 


L 69-78 


FIO 




• al Ciemson 


1, 59-76 


Fll 




• at Soulti 1 .iniliii.i 


1, 61-64 


F13 




• aiNi: Slate 


1, 06-83 


F16 


|3| 


• Ouke 


W 76-71 


F18 




al Geo, Washinglon 


L 44-63 


F22 




• Virginia 


W 77-62 


F25 




• Ciemson lOTl 


W 82-80 


VI2 




Ciemson ■ 


W 91-75 


V13 




Wake Foresi ■ 


L 76-98 


l-Bivle Clas,sic at Rateigit V € (Re molds CM- 
seirml, 2-\CC Tournament at Raleigli. \.C. 
IRe^nolds Collsenml 


1961-62 

Record: 8-1 7 


H: 4-6 A: 4-8 \: 0-3 




ACC: 3-1 


,7lh 


place 




02 




al Penn Slale 


L 65-71 


06 




Georgelottn |20T1 


L 78-79 


012 




• NC State lOTI 


L 68-73 


015 




Vlinnesola 


W 75-69, 


016 


|3| 


• Wake Foresi 


W 79-62 


018 




•al Virginia 


W 91-70 


029 




Vlississippi Slale ' 


L 62-64 


030 




Louisyilie ' 


L 64-83 


J3 




atGeo Washinglon 


W 67-56 


J6 




• Soulh Carolina 


L 77-86 


JIO 




al Georgeloftn 


W 83-70 


J13 


|10| 


• al Ouke 


L 68-84 


J16 




George Washingmn 


tt 81-67 


J20 




• al NC Slate 


L 61-68 


J22 




al Vllami 


W 71-68 


F3 




al Navy 


L 58-67 


F6 




• No Carolina 


W 79-62 


F9 




• at Soulh Carolina 


L 68-85 


FIO 




• al Ciemson 


L 61-73 


F13 


|7| 


•Duke 


L 53-79 


F17 




• al Wake Forest 


L 78-81 


F19 




• al No Carolina 


L 67-70 


F21 




• Virginia 


1. 68-72 


F24 




• Ciemson 


L 68-75 


Ml 


|8| 


Ouke! 


L 58-71 


I'Sugar Bowl Tournament at \en Orleans. La 
ILo\ola Field llou^el .'- Ml lournamenl at Ra- 
leigh. V C iReuiold.-- C.olM-um) 


1962-63 

Record: 8-13 H: 5-6 »:3-6\:0-l 


VCC: 4- to, 6th plaie |lie| 


01 




Penn Slale 


L 61-62 


04 




al Georgclofto 


L 70-79 


09 


|2| 


• al Duke 


L 56-92 


Oil 




• NC Slale lOTl 


L 74-76 


015 




• al Virginia 


VV 67-61 


019 




• Wake Foresi 


L 74-05 


J5 




• Soulh Carolina 


VV 68-63 


J7 




George Washinglon 


W 74-72 


J12 




Navy 


W 67-41 


J14 


|10| 


• No. Carolina 


L 56-78 


JI9 




• al NC Slale 


L 59-79 


Fl 




al Geo. Washington 


W 68-67 


F4 




GeoTselnvvn 


W 73-72 


F7 




• al No. Carolina 


L 68-82 


re 




• al Ciemson 


L 60-62 


Fll 




• al Soulh Carolina 


W 51-44 


F14 




•al Wake Foresi 


1. 54-75 


F16 




• Vlislnla 


L 69-71 


F19 


|2| 


•Ouke 


1. 70-76 


F23 




• tJcnison 


W 69-67 


F28 




ttake Fon'sl 


1, 41-811 


1-,4CC Tnurnatnent al Rjirigh. V,( 
Co//.seuml 


IRe\nolds 


l96:t-64 

Record: 9-17 

6lh place 


11:5-4 V2-tO \:2- 


VCC: 5-9. 


02 




• Virginia 


W 68-58 


04 




al Georgeloftn 


L 72-83 


1)7 




al Penn Slale 


1, 62-91 


010 




• NC Slale 


W 724)2 


014 




Wesl Virginia 


W 74-72 


016 




• Ciemson 


VV 56-48 


020 




Tennessee ' 


L 39-70 



021 




Louisiana Slale ' 


VV 75-65 


027 




Wzona " 


L 54-57 


028 




Columbia - 


W 82-76 


J6 




• Soulh Carolina [OTl L 69-73 


Jll 




al Navy 


L 55-68 


J13 




• al No. Carolina 


L 88-97 


JI8 




• al NC Slale 


L 65-66 


J20 




• at Wake Foresi 


W 91-82 


Fl 




al Geo Washington 


W 80-76 


F5 




al West Virginia 


L 67-91 


F8 


|7| 


•Duke 


L 72- 104 


F14 




• Wake Foresi 


L 77-79 


F18 




• No. Carolina 


tt 74-64 


F20 




• al Virginia 


L 73-79 


F22 


HI 


• al Duke 


L 63-84 


F25 




Georgeloftn 


L 78-81 


r28 




• al Ciemson 


L 68-83 


F29 




• at Soutli Carolina 


L 64-74 


M3 




Ciemson ^ 


L 67-81 


l-\PI Tournament at Blackshurg. \3 (lirginla 
Tecti Caliseumi: 2-F\ a/isi nie Holiday Tournament 
alE\ans\ille Ind IRoherlsStailiuml.S-KCTour- 
nament al Raleigh. \ C (Remolds Coliseum! 


1964-65 

Record: 18-8 H: 9-3 A: 7-4 \: 2-1 


VCC: 10-4. 2n 


place lliel 




02 




Penn Stale 


W 72-71 


03 




George Washlngloit 


W 82-80 


05 




• at Virginia 


L 39-61 


08 




• NC Slale 


L 62-63 


012 




Wesl Virginia |i)TI 


L 73-80 


D18 




• Wake Foresi 


W 82-64 


D19 




Kansas (OTl 


L 61-63 


D28 




Tulsa' 


W 66-59 


D29 




at Vliami 


L 73-80 


J4 




• No Carolina 


W 76-68 


J8 




• al Ciemson |20T| 


W 67-65 


J9 




• al South Carolina 


W 75-70 


J13 




Navy 


W 77-58 


J14 




• 31 Wake Foresi lOTIH 93-85 


J16 




• at NC Slale 


L 67-73 


J30 




• al No Carolina 


tt 91-80 


Fl 


|10| 


• al Ouke 


L 64-82 


FIO 




al Wesl Virginia 


W 86-78 


F13 




al Georgeloftn 


W 85-67 


F17 




• Virginia 


W 52-47 


F20 




al Navy 


W 70-57 


F23 


|5| 


• Ouke 


W 85-82 


F26 




• Ciemson 


W 88-71 


F27 




• Soulh Carolina 


W 73-59 


M4 




Ciemson - 


W 61-50 


M5 




aINC Slale = 


L 67-76 


l-Miami. Fta. (Miami Beaeti Comention Center): 
2-.4CC Tournament at Raleigli. VC. (Remolds 
Coliseum) 


1965-66 

Record: 14-1 


H: 7-3 A: 5-7 A: 2- 


1 


WC: 7- 


,5lh 


olace 




01 




al Penn Slale 


L 61-65 


04 




• ttake Foresi 


W 87-66 


07 




• NC Slale 


W 5948 


010 


|7| 


al Kansas 


L 62-71 


on 




al Kansas Slale 


W 63-57 


015 




Georgetown 


tt 77-59 


021 




al Wesl Virginia 


L 74-76 


029 




Houston ' 


tt 69-68 


030 




Davlon 


tt 77-75 


J3 




• at No. Carolina 


L 32-67 


J3 




• Virginia 


L 62-65 


JI3 


Ml 


• al Duke 


L 61-76 


J15 




• al NC Slale (OT) 


L 58-60 


J27 




al Geo Washinglon 


W 107-81 


J29 




• at Ciemson 


L 66-71 


J31 




• al Soulh Carolina 


W 78-63 


F5 




• No Carolina 


tt 76-66 


F7 




• al ttake Foresi lOTlH 86-78 


F9 




Navy 


tt 74-69 


F12 




ttesl Virginia 


tt 107-92 


F16 




• al Virginia 


tt 71-64 


F19 


|2| 


• Ouke 


1. 69-74 


175 




• Soulh Carolina 


tt 5642 


m 




• Ciemson 


L 69-81 


\a 




No. Carolina- 


L 70-77 


tSugar Boul Tournamenl at Veil tirleans. /J. 
ILoyola Field liousel: 2-\CC Tournament at Ra- 
leigh. S.C. IRe\imlds Coliseum) 




IMIIVE COIVSECUTIVE IVCAA TOURIMAMEI\IT§ • SWEET SIXTEEIM IM SIX OF THE LAST IWHIE VEAR5 • TWO CONSECUTIVE FIIMAL FOURS • B5 WIMS IIM FOUR STRAIEHT YEARS 



'95 










JgPL 



- COMCAST CEIVTER WELCOMES THE BOOB MATIOIVAL CHAMPIOIMS - 



Record; 11-14 H: j-j A: 4-8 \;2-l 



ACC; 5-S 


5lh place Itlel 




Dl 


I'enn Slale 


« 76-53 


D7 


• al NC, Slale 


tt :,4-3H 


DIO 


• South Carolina 


L 63-65 


D13 


• atMrginIa 


H 115-65 


D16 


(Iklahiima Slale 


H 50-49 


D17 


al Memphis State ' 


1. 53-55 


D20 


• Hake I'oiYsi 


1. 59-68 


D28 


al Davidson - 


H 66-65 


D29 


Army - 


H 57-54 


J7 


• m; Slale 


H 60-55 


Jll 


atVVosi\irsinia|IIT 


H 82-81 


J14 


• Duke IIIT) 


1. 69-72 


J16 


• Clemsttn 


H 68-48 


J28 


West Virginia 


L 58-61 


J30 


• at Siiuth l^arolina 


L 53-80 


F4 


|2| 'atNo liaoilina 


L 77-85 


re 


tK'Orye Washinslon 


H 78-52 


Fll 


at lleoi^selown 


1, 4!l-KII 


F13 


• Virginia 


H 117-711 


Ft 6 


al Naw 


L 65-66 


FI8 


• al Duke 


L 58-81 


F22 


|5| "Vo. Carolina 


:. 78-79 


F25 


• at Clemstjn 


1, 61-65 


M4 


• at Hake Forest 


L 64-78 


M9 


South Caoilina ' 


L 54-57 



l-Memphisln\il<ilkmljl Mrmithis. Tvnn ^U/d- 
South Coliscuml. 2-CharloUe Imitalinnal al Cttar- 
hue. AC fCnarhllr Coliftcml; 3-ACC Jiiuma- 
ment at Crtynsbom. \C. (Greensboro Coliseum I 



1967-68 

Record: 8-16 


11:7-3 A: l-ll \: 0- 


2 




ACC: 4-10.6111 


plaee 






D2 




al Penn State 


1. 


71-76 


D4 




at Ceo Hashinauin 


H 


84-53 


D6 




• »iC Stair 


L 


62-75 


D9 




• SouUi CatDlina 


H 


66-65 


D14 




• al Hake FonesI 


L 


60-73 


D2I 




al Te\as-EI Paso ' 


1, 


53-70 


D22 




Soultiern Illinois (IITj 1 72-73 


J3 




• al South Camlina 


L 


59-68 


J6 




• al \C Slale 


1. 


52-68 


JIO 




West \lrBinia 


H 


79-75 


J13 
J15 




• Duke 

• al Clemson I2UTI 


L 
L 


52-84 
93-94 


JI7 




NaH 


H 


76-72 


J30 




al Miami 


1. 


73-93 


F3 


|3| 


• No Carolina 


1. 


67-73 


F6 




• al Duke 


1, 


64-85 


FIO 




alHeslMrginia 


1. 


66-83 


F13 




• MrKinia 


H 


85-76 


F17 




• Hake Fortsi 


VV 


87-74 


F2I 


|3| 


• at No Camlina 


1. 


60-83 


F24 




• Clemson 


H 


81-68 


F28 




•at\irsinia 


L 


68-70 


M2 




Ceoreelown 


H 


68-60 


\I7 




NC Slale = 


I 


54-63 


/-San t:ar/j/ia/ Tbur/ianic/if af El Pa!<o. Texiia 
IVmnml (j'winasinm): 2-IO; Timrnament al 
aarloile. Ml ICharhlle Oillsniml 


1968-69 

Record: 8-18 H: 4-6 A; 3-10 \: 1- 


9 




ACC: 2-12, 7th 


place lliej 






N30 




Penn Slale 


VV 


66-56 


D4 




al Hc\sl \irfiinia 




65-86 


D7 




• at South Carolina 




67-79 


Dll 




Princeton 




63-72 


DI4 




• at Hake ForesI 




87-95 


D17 




George Washington 


H 


99-96 


D20 




al Marshall ' 


H 


89-80 


D2I 




Miami ' 




85-92 


D27 


PI 


al Davidson ■ 




69-83 


D28 




Hiehila Slale ^ 


H 


95-83 


J3 




• al Hake lnr.M 




71-93 


J4 




• at NC Male 




69-83 


J8 




• South Catxjilna 




67-69 


J11 




• at Duke 




85-96 


JI3 




• Clemson 


H 


83-78 


J16 




• Vii:ginia 




77-78 


PI 


|21 


• al No. Carolina 


L 87- 107 


F5 




• NC Slate 




81-86 


F8 




HesI Virginia 


H 


91-84 


FIO 




• Duke 




83-93 


F12 




al NavN 




68-72 


F15 




• at Virginia 




78-84 



FI9 


|3| 


• No. Carolina 


1. 86-88 


F22 




• at Clemson 


H 84-83 


Ml 




al Ceorgeliiwn 


H 83-78 


M6 


1131 


South Carolina ' 


1. 71-92 



lAlar^tialllmltalinnjIalfluntinaliiiiM \o iMi-- 
morlsl Fidii Ihiusi'). 2-Ckirlii\U- linil.itinnjl jt 
Charlolle. \ C iCIiarhtli-Oilisninil. J-.it (>nriis- 
boro. \C (Greensboro CuliscumI: ■i:\CC Tour- 
namenl at Charlolle. \ C (Charlolle Coliseumj 



1969-70 

Record: 13-13 H: 10-4 ,\: 3-7 l\:C 


-2 




ACC: 5 


9.6lh 








Dl 




BuOalo 


H 


97-77 


D3 




at Geo Uashinglon 


H 


92-71 


DIO 




at Prineelon 


L 


67-75 


D13 




• Wake ForesI 


L 87- 104 


D15 


|8| 


• South Caix)lina 


L68-10I 


D19 




Annv' 


L 


34-69 


D20 




Fordham ' 


H 


94-71 


D29 




Dela\uif 


H 


94-58 


J2 


|151 


•NCSI.ile- 


L, 


57-91 


J3 




• al Hake Foivsl - 


H 


96-88 


J7 




West Virginia 


W 


83-76 


JIO 


|3| 


• al South Carolina 


L 


44-55 


JI2 




• al Clemson 


W 


75-68 


JI4 




NaVN 


H 


73-57 


J24 




Vlaine 


W 


97-68 


J28 




• llukr 


H 


52-50 


J3I 


|9| 


• No Caoilma 


1. 


69-77 


F4 


|5| 


• at NC Slale 


1, 


54-64 


F7 




Georgelovvn 


W 


81-71 


Fll 




• at Virginia 


1, 


69-71 


FI8 


|13| 


• at No. Carolina 


L 


83-90 


F2I 




• at Duke 


L 


76-87 


F23 




• Clemson 


W 103-85 


F23 




al VVesl Virginia 


L 


78-83 


F28 




•Virginia 


H 


79-71 


M5 


|19| 


NC Slale ' 


1. 


57-67 



l-Maryland Invilational Ttnirnamcnt al College 
Park. Mfl (I'lilc FieM Houne). 2-al Creenshoni 
\ C (lin'eiislvin' Ci>li:<ciim) :i-\CC Tournament 
at Cbarluiti : \i: (I'Marhth- Culisv uml 



1970-71 

Record; 14-1. 


H; 11-4 \:3-7 VO-1 


\CC: 


5-9. 


6lh 


jiace (lie! 




Dl 






Delaware 


W 86-73 


D5 






BulTalo 


H 1119-70 


D8 






Lehigh 


H 83-66 


D12 






• Hake Forest 


H 72-71 


D16 




|2| 


• al Soulh Carolina 


L 70-96 


D19 






al Georgelovvn 


L 79-92 


D22 






T^mpa 


H 80-72 


D29 






Vllami 


W111-77 


J2 






Richmond 


H 99-67 


J6 






• NC Slale 


I. 81-83 


J9 




m 


• Soulh Camlina lOTlH 31-30 


.111 






• Clemson 


H 56-52 


J23 






George Hashinglon 


H 69-67 


J27 






al Unola |VI(1.| 


H 88-69 


J30 




20| 


• al No. Camlina 


1.79-105 


F3 






• at NC Stale 


L 61-71 


F6 






• al Duke 


VV 88-79 


FIO 






• al Virginia 


I 63-78 


FI3 






•Duke 


I 67-70 


F17 




|8| 


• No Cai^iilina 


L 76- 100 


F20 






al Selon Hall 


H 56-55 


F23 






•al Clemson (liTI 


1. 43-51 


F27 






Wesl Virginia 


L 81-83 


V12 






• at Wake Foi\-.st 


1. 66-72 


VI6 






• Virginia (DTI 


H 89-84 


Mil 




|6| 


Soulh Camlina 


1. 63-71 


l-\CC Toumamcnl at G'reenshoni, V ( ff.m*ns- 
htiro Colif^'timl 


1971-72 

Record: 27-5 


H; 14-0 \:7-4 \: 6-1 


VCC: 8-4 

nalisl 


2nd place Hie). ACC Tournamenl Fi- 


Poslseason; NIT Champion. AP No. 14. LPI No. 1 1 


Dl 


|6| 




Bmvvn 


H 1011-83 


D4 


|6| 




al Geo Hashinglon 


VV 11 7-96 


D8 


|5| 




• al Virginia 


L 57-78 


D13 


15| 




Georgelovvii 


H 79-46 


DI7 


|15| 




Canisius 


H 86-77 


D20 


|15| 




al Uvola (Md.l 


H 73-60 


D22 


115] 




al llolv Cross 


W 102-79 


D29 


1161 




Heslern Kenluekv 


H 103-67 



D30 1161 |9| 


St. Johns ' 


« 90-69 


J5 112! 


• NC state 


H 83-70 


J8 1121 


• al Clemson 


L 61-63 


JIO 1121 


• al Hake ForesI = 


H 49-46 


J22 


at Naw 


H 85-60 


J25 |I8| 


Bullalo 


H 82-58 


J29 |I8| |3| 


• al No Camlina 


1. 72-92 


J3I 118] 


• al NC Slale 


W 66-65 


F5 


•Duke 


H 77-58 


re 1201 


Duquesne 


H 85-71 


F12 


al Long Island 


W 78-60 


F16 1191 131 


• No Camlina |0T| 


« 79-77 


FI9 1191 


• Clemson 


H 67-57 


F22 1121 


Richmond 


H 76-61 


F26 |12| 


• al Duke 


L 59-68 


Ml |I8| 


• Hake ForesI (DT) 


n 64-56 


M4 |18||12| 


• Virginia 


W 45-42 


M9 |I3| 


Clemson ' 


W 54-52 


MIO I13II13I 


Virginia ' 


W 62-57 


MIlJlHll 


No, Carolina ' 


L 64-73 


M18 1141 


SI Josephs ' 


W 67-55 


VI20 1141 


Svraeuse ' 


W 71-65 


VI23 1141 


JacksonviUe ' 


W 91-77 


M25 1141 


Niagara * 


W 100-69 



(•Manlanil In\1l3liiinal al College Park. \td ((jtle 
Field House): 2-at Giveasboro. VC (Greensbom 
Colineuml. 3'\CC Tbumameni at Greensboro. \. C 
iGrvensbnm Coliseum): 4--\alional Invilalion 
Tonmiment at .Ven )ork. .\,i: (Madison Square 
Garden} 



1972-73 

Record: 23-7 II: 12-1 V 8-4 \: : 




VCC: 7-5. 3rd 


place, VCC Tournamenl Finalist 


Poslseason: NCM Elile Eighl, VP \: 


8 1 PI Nil 10 


N29 |3| 


Bnmn 


H 127-82 


D2 131 


al Richmond 


H 82-30 


1)9 131 


at Canisius 


H 107-80 


D12 131 


al Georgelovvn 


H 99-73 


D22 |2| 
D29 12] 


George Washington 
Georgia Tech ' 


H 88-79 
H 90-55 


D30 ]2] 


Svraeuse ' 


H 90-76 


J2 ]2] 


KenI 


W 76-58 


J6 ]2] 


• al Clemson 


H 79-75 


J9 ]2] 


• Virginia 


H 93-74 


J14 ]2] 131 


• NC Slate 


L 83-87 


J20 ]3] 


al Navy 


H 76-67 


J22 ]3] 


• Wake ForesI 


n 105-76 


J23 ]41 


Long Island 


H 100-73 


J27 ]4| 131 


• No Carv)luia 


tt 94-88 


J31 ]3] 121 


• al NC Slale 


L 78-89 


F3 ]3| 


• al Duke 


L 81-85 


F8 ]9| 


al Fordham 


W 83-72 


Fll ]9! 


Bultalo 


H 93-64 


F14 II 01 161 


• al No l^arollna 


L 85-95 


F17 |I0| 


• Clemson 


W 69-66 


F2I ]8| 


al Diiipiesiir 


H 81-71 


F24 18! 


• Duke 


U 96-68 


F28 |9| 


• at Hake ForesI 


L 60-62 


M3 19! 


• at Virginia 


W 92-81 


V18 !10! 


Clemson ^ 


W 77-61 


M9 !I0! 


Hake ForesI - 


W 73-65 


MIO !I0] 121 


NC State -' 


L 74-76 


M15 18MI4I 


Svraeuse ' 


W 91-75 


MI7 181 HI 


Providence ' 


L 89- 103 



l-Manland Invilalional at College Park. )M (Cole 
Field Huusel: 2-^CC Ibumament al Greensbom, 
\ C (Greensboro Coliseum): 3ACi^ East Re- 
gionalal CharloUe. VC (Charlotte Coliseum) 



1973-74 

Record: 23-5 


H: 12-1 A: 7-3 \; 


4-1 


ACC; 9-3. 2nd place (liel. ^CC Tbumameni Fl- 
nalisl 


Post.season; 


P No 4. LPI No. 4 




Dl 141 ]1] 


allCL\ 


L 64-65 


D5 141 


Eastern kenluekT 


H 106-57 


D11 141 


Georgetown 


H 115-83 


D21 121 


San Francisco ' 


H 78-60 


D22 121 


Santa Clara ' 


H 33-32 


D29 121 


Holv Cross ' 


H 102-75 


D30 121 


Boston College - 


H 58-37 


J2 131 


al Richmond 


H 96-60 


J5 131 


• Clemson 


H 89-60 


Jll 131 


• al Wake Foresi 


VV 72-59 


JI3 131 141 


• al NC State 


L 74-80 


J17 141 


Fordham 


W 112-73 


J19 141 


al Navv 


H 72-50 


J22 131 


Canisius 


W 86-73 



J26 


|51 |-t| 


• al No. Carolina 


1. 73-82 


J30 


|61 |2| 


• NC Slale 


L 80-86 


F2 


If'l 


•Duke 


W 104-83 


F6 


I'l 


• al Virginia 


W 88-81 


re 


]71 


George Hashinglon 


W 92-71 


F13 


|61 HI 


• No Camlina 


W 91-80 


F16 


|6| 


• al Clemson 


W 56-54 


F20 


|5| 


Duquesne 


W 98-72 


F23 


|5| 


• al Duke 


W 61-61 


F27 


|5| 


• Hake Forcsl 


W 77-68 


M2 


|5| 


• Virginia 


W 110-73 


M7 


HI 


Duke' 


W 85-66 


M8 


HI |li| 


No Carolina ' 


U 105-85 


M9 


HI |l| 


NC Slate (llTI ' 


I.IIIII-1II3 



l-Cable Car Classic al Oakland. Calil. (dakland 
Coliseum); 2 -Maryland Invitalional at College 
Park. Md (Cole Field House); 3-at iandover Md 
(Capital Centre); 4-\CC Tburnament at Creens- 
borti. \.C iGreenst)on> Coliseum) 



1974-75 

Record: 24-5 


11:12-2 A: 10-1 \;2-2 


VCC: 


10-2, VC 


: Regular Season Champion 


Poslseason: NCVVHIle Eight VP.Vi 


5, 1 PI \(i 5 


NIB 


HI 


Richmond 


H 106-81 


D4 


HI 


• al Wake Fon-sl 


H 90-78 


D7 


HI 


Long Islaiiil 


H 99-84 


DIO 


|3| 


Georgelovvn ' 


H llM-71 


D12 


|3| 


DePauvv 


H 113-49 


D21 


|5| 


George Hashinglon 


H 81-67 


D27 


|3| 


Georgia Tech - 


H 105-67 


1)28 


15] 131 


wu •■ 


L 75-81 


J2 


|7| 


Appalachian Slate 


H 96-50 


J4 


I711191 


Notre Dame 


H 90-82 


J8 


|5| 


•Duke 


H 83-77 


Jll 


|5||191 


• Wake ForesI 


H 89-73 


J16 


|5| HI 


• NC State 


H 103-85 


JIB 


|5| 


al Naw 


H 87-73 


J22 


|3| 


• al Clemson 


L 82-83 


J25 
F1 


13]|14| 

i»i m 


• No Carolina 

• al NC SUile 


L 66-69 
H 98-97 


F4 


n 


• Virslnia 


W 86-79 


F6 


HI 


at Fordham 


W 65-46 


F8 


HI 


• al Duke 


W 104-80 


F15 


|3| 


• al No, Carolina 


W 96-74 


F19 


|3| 


• al Virginia 


W 70-51 


F23 


|3| 


at Duquesne 


VV 103-82 


F26 


|2||11| 


• iTemson 


W 70-64 


Ml 


|2| 


F Tennessee Stale 


W 104-87 


V16 


|2| l«l 


NC Slate 


1, 85-87 


M18 


HI 


Clt-ighton ' 


W 83-79 


VI20 


HI ]9] 


Nolo- Dame ' 


H 83-71 


M22 


HI |3| 


Louisville ' 


1, 82-96 



l-al l..indii\<-r Md (t:.ii)ilal Crnln-I. 2-Mar\l.ind 
iDMlJUnnal Jl f'-iillri^e I'jrk. Md H'.ule Field 
Houst'l J- \CC TinirnjmenI al Greenslhini. \ C 
{Greensboro Coliseum): -/- \CA-l Midwest Region 
First Round at iubboek. Texas (Memorial Coli- 
seum). 5-\Ci^ Midwest Regional at Las Cruces. 
\. M. (Pan \nterican (knter) 



1975-76 

Record: 22-6 II: 13-2 A: 8-3 V: l-l 


ACC 


7-5, 2nd 


place (lie) 




Poslseason: VP No ll.l PI No 13 


N29 


|3| 


Last Canilina 


H 127-84 


D3 


|2] 


DePauvv 


H 99-42 


D6 


|2| 


al Richmollil 


U 98-71 


D8 


|2| 


Boston Iniversitv 


n 122-82 


DIO 


|2| 


Georgia Tech 


W 934j5 


D20 


|2| 


Fordham 


W 81-56 


D22 


|2| 


liiNC Charlolle 


W 70-60 


D29 


|2| 


Selon Hall ' 


W 104-69 


D30 


|2| 


Princeton ' 


W 66-39 


J3 


|2| 


Long IsL'inil 


H 111-88 


J7 


|2| 


al fiio H.ishinglon 


H 82-72 


JIO 


|2| |7| 


• al Hake Foo'sl ■ 


1. 93-96 


J14 


|2||I3| 


• at NC Slate 


H 87-69 


JI7 


|2| 


al Navy 


H 87-69 


J2I 


|2| 


• Clemson 


L 77-82 


J23 


|2| |5] 


• al No. Camlina (l)T) L 93-95 


J28 


I'l l«l 


• NC Stale 


H 102-84 


J3I 


|7||l(l| 


al Notre Dame 


« 69-63 


F4 


|5| 


• al Virginia 


VV 69-66 


F7 


|5| 


• Duke 


W 102-91 


Fit 


HI |3| 


• No Camlina 


L 69-81 


FI4 


HI 


• al Clem.son 


H 98-89 


F18 


17] 


al Ceorgi'tovvn 


W 72-63 


F21 


|7| 


•al Duke 


L 07-69 



F25 110] 



H 105-91 



F28 ]10] 



• Virginia 



M4 ]9] Duke lOTi ' 



M5 ]9] Virginia ' 



H 80-78 



L 65-73 



IMantaml Imilalumal al Cnllcer Park. IM (Cole 
F/eW//o(/sri .'-aliireens/ioni V (,' itlnmstiom 
Colisetiml ,1- U,(,' liiumamail at l.an(lii\cr. Md. 
jOpitat Cenln't 



1976-77 

Record; 19-8 II: 15-4 V: 3-3 N: 1-1 


ACC: 7-5. 41h 


alace 




N27 ]8] 


Noire Dame |0T) 


L 79-80 


N30 116] 


Ball Slale 


H 86-70 


D2 116] 


Long Isl.-md 


H 49-45 


D4 116] 


Prineelon 


H 58-45 


D8 117] 


Easl Camlina 


H 80-69 


DI2 1171119] 


DePaul 


H 92-74 


DIB 114] 


Vppalachian Slale 


W 76-74 


D22 1151 


Bucknell 


W 106-72 


D28 1161 


\avier' 


W 84-74 


D29 11611181 


Svraeuse ' 


W 96-83 


J4 1151 


Riihmond 


W 90-87 


J8 1I511III1 


• Hake Foresi (IITI 


1. 85-86 


J9 1151 


• NC Slale 


H 87-80 


JI5 1141 


Navi^ 


W 62-54 


J19 1131 


• al Clemson 


L 71-93 


J22 1131 ]41 


• No Carolina 


L 68-71 


J27 


• al NC Slale 


W 75-73 


J29 


George Washington 


L 76-86 


F2 


•Virginia 


H 82-67 


F5 


• al Duke |0T| 


W 65-64 


re 1141 


• al No Camlina 


L 70-97 


F12 1151 


• Clemson 


W 84-78 


F15 


Pillshurgh 


W 88-75 


F19 


•Duke 


W 85-72 


F22 1111 


• al Hake ForesI ^ 


W 81-80 


F26 


• al Virginia 


L 68-77 


M3 


NC Slale ' 


L 72-82 



l-Mar}l3ndln\italionalat College Park. Md. (Cole 
Field House); 2-al Lando\er. Md (Capital Cen- 
tre): 3-at Greensbiiro. \ C (Gn'ensburo t'oli- 
seum): •l-\CC Tournamenl al Greensbom. ,\,C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum) 



1977-78 

Record: 15-13 II: 10-4 A: 1-8 N:4-1 


VCC: 3-9. 61h 


olace 




N25 


|H| 


Bucknell 


H 93-62 


N27 


IHI 


Vmerican ' 


H 78-65 


N28 


n-ti 


Georgetown ' 


H 91-87 


Dl 


1141 


Penn Slale ■ 


W 89-80 


D7 


1121 


East I'amlina 


H 130-106 


DIO 


1121 


al Geo Washington 


L 90-1 01 


DI7 


|I8| 


Long Island 


W 94-64 


D2I 


|20| 


Armv 


W 99-77 


D28 


IHI 


Heslern Kentucky ' 


W 91-78 


D29 


114] 


Georgia Tech ' 


H 65-63 


J4 


|15| 


• Duke 


L 78-88 


J7 


|I5] 


• al Wake Fon'sl ' 


L 75-84 


Jll 


|16| 


• al NC Slale 


1, 82-88 


J14 




Mr Force 


W 74-73 


JI6 




• Clemson 


W 90-75 


J21 


|5| 


• al No. Camlina 


L 71-83 


J25 




• NC Stale 


L 73-80 


J29 


|5| 


al Notre Dame 


1, 34-69 


F1 


|l'l 


• al Virginia 


L 64-66 


F4 




LNLV 


H 81-68 


F8 


I'l 


• No Camlina 


L 64-66 


Fll 




• al Clemson 


W 80-75 


F16 




al Pillshurgh (ilT) 


L 86-89 


F18 


|20| 


• at Duke 


L 70-81 


F22 




• Hake Forest 


W 91-89 


F23 




• Virginia 


L 70-79 


Ml 




NC Slale (30TI ' 


H 109-108 


M2 


1151 


Duke •■ 


L 69-81 



f-TipOfflimrnamenlal iandover Md (Capital 
i:enlrel.2-atHeniil}e\.Fa (Herslie\ Park \n'na): 
3-Mar\land Imilalinnal al Cnllege Park Md (Cole 
Field House). 4-al Greensboro. \C (Greensboro 
Coliseum). 5- \CC Tournament at Gnvnsboro. ^.(." 
(Greensboro Coliseum) 



1978-79 

Record: 1!i-l 


H: 12-4 V:4-4 \:3-3 




VCC: 6-6. 4lh 


place 






Poslseason: 


VIT Second Round 






N24 


Bucknell 


W 107-97 


N28 119] 


Georgelown ' 


L 


65-68 



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D2 1191 


al Air Force 


W 81-68 


D4 1191 


al UNLV 


L 88-94 


D7 |I9| 


Penn Slale ' 


W 69-61 


D9 1191 


Biscavue 


W 86-611 


Dili 


East Carolina 


W 82-71 


1)20 14] 


• m; Slau- 


WI24-I10 


D23 


Canlslus 


W 128-103 


D29 


SI JiKi'plis (OT) ' 


W 62-56 


D30 |2U| 


StiijIliiTri ilaliliirnia 


nv 83-79 


J3 [201 


i:nir(;r Uiishinslon 


W 84-72 


J6 1201 


• Wake Fon'sl 


1. 60-66 


JIO 181 


• al m; siaif (2nT) 


W 82-81 


J13 1121 


Louisville 


L 84-99 


J17 1191 


• at Clemsiin 


W 77-63 


J20 1191 |2| 


• No Carolina 


I 53-54 


J23 


Navy 


W 82-62 


J27 111 


Notre Dame 


W 67-66 


J3I 1171 


• Vlrfiinla 


1, 63-69 


F3 1171 131 


• al Dnke 


I 78-87 


F7 161 


• al No Carolina 


I 67-76 


FIO 


• Clemson 


W 77-69 


n7 151 


• Duke 


W 70-68 


PI9 


• al Wake Foi^sl ' 


W 54-53 


K2I 


• al Virginia 


L 72-75 


Ml 


Clemson "' 


W 75-67 


M2 171 


No Camllna' 


L 79- 102 


M7 


Rliode Islanil I3I1TI 


W 67-65 


MI2 


llhio Slate' 


L 72-79 



f-al!^n(lo\er. Wrf iC^pilal Centre): 2-iif Hcrshcy. 
Pa Iflershe} Park \irnal: 3-Mar\lan(l ln<>ilatitinal 
at College PM. Md (Cole Field fUnisel. 4-3l 
Greensboro. \.C. (CnruslHirot'iilisviimi. 5-:\CC 
Tournamenl al Grcenshnm. V C iC,revnst)nn) 
ColiseumI: 6-\aliiinal Inulaliim Tournament al 
College Park. Md fCnle Field Housel 




1979-80 

Record; 24-7 


II: 16-0 A; 4-4 \; 


-3 


ACC: 11-3, AC 


: Refiular Season Champion 


PosUeason: NCVA Sweet SLxleen. 
No. 8 


■\PNo B.UPI 


N30 


UMES 


W 82-58 


D3 


Penn Slale ' 


W 56-55 


1)4 1171 


Ceorselomi ' 


L 71-83 


1)8 


Brown 


W 72-59 


D10 


t]alholic 


W 113-79 


DI9 


•CeorgiaTech 


W 70-60 


D22 


Bui'knell 


W 95-73 


D28 


Miami-llll ' 


W 115-76 


D29 


Temple ' 


W 85-63 


J3 


• al Ceoreia Tech 


W 83-74 


J5 


• al Wake Foresl 


W 84-76 


JIO 


• al NC Slale 


L 62-67 


J12 


Pllksbursl) 


W 95-88 


J16 1171 


• Clemson 


W 84-83 


J20 |9| 


• al No i:atoiina 


W 92-86 


J23 1151 


• \i; State 


W 66-62 


J26 1151 |8| 


at Noltv Dame 


L 63-64 


J30 I121II3I 


•alMrginia 


» 63-61 


V2 |121 |5| 
K7 |71|ll| 
F9 I71II6I 


•Duke 

• No, Cai\)lina 

• at Clemson 


W 101-82 
W 70-69 
1, 81-90 


Fll 171 


Boston I niversitv 


H 99-76 


Ft 3 181 


F,asl Caixtlina 


W 85-72 


F16 1811 161 


• al Duke 


L 61-66 


F20 |91 


• Wake Foresl 


W 83-77 


F23 |91 


• Virginia 


W 82-71 


P28 171 


Ceoreia Teeti (OT) 


' W 51-49 


K29 I71II7I 


Clemson ' 


W 91-85 


Ml 171 


Duke ' 


1. 72-73 


M8 181 


Tennessee "' 


W 86-75 


1 MI4 181II1I 


CeorgelottTi ' 


1, 68-74 



jl ;-,)( lliTstin. /'a (//iTs/iri Park IrenaJ; 2-at 
ij \\.islimsl<>iit>('. /Wu/i/c/pa/ \rmor.t :i'Mar)l!ini1 
Imllalliinal al ('mIIchc I'ark. IM fl,ole l-'irU 
ll(ia>^rl. 4- 1(,'C Timni.aiii'iil al I'.n'ni^titiiyi \ i: 
IGrct'nskntii:utismllj,'>-\LX\l-:.isliici;nmSft- 
ond Round aitiirfnshiim, A C iGrcvnifbtuxi Coli- 
seumI: 6-\C,U East R0imalal Phlladrlplila. Pa 
IThf Spcdrum) 



1980-81 

Rrcnrd: 21-10 H: 



12-3 V5-S V4-2 



VCC; 8-6, 4lh place, ,tf,C Tournament FinalisI 
INwUeason: \C,W Second Round, AP No 18. 1 PI 

No II 



N28 |4| 



D6 I4I1I81 


al Syracuse ' 


W 83-73 


DIO |4| 


Fairleigh Dickinson 


W 109-83 


DI3 |4| 


al Louisville 


L 67-78 


D20 |9| 


• Ni; Slale 


W 82-75 


D23 |9| 


• at Georgia Tech 


W 66-55 


D29 191 


Marshall • 


W 114-89 


D30 191 


SI Joseph "s ■ 


W 74-57 


J3 191 


William S Man 


W 69-64 


J7 I81II6I 


• at No Caiolina 


L 66-75 


JIO |8| 


• Duke 


W 94-79 


J14 1101 


• Virginia 


L 64-66 


J17 II0III21 


• at Clemson (IITI 


W 68-62 


J20 1101 


IMES 


W 81-65 


J24 1I01I13I 


Noire Dame 


L 70-73 


J27 1141 


al Pittsburgh |0T| 


W 69-66 


J31 1141 


• Georgia Tech 


W 72-64 


F4 1131 |8| 


• al Wake Forest 


L 60-67 


F7 1131 


• at Duke 


I 54-55 


F12 1191 


• Clemson 


W 72-70 


F15 11911101 


• No. Carolina 


L 63-76 


F2I 1201 |5| 


• Wake Foresl 


W 94-80 


F25 1171 


• al NC State 


W 76-72 


F28 1171 |3| 


•al Virginia 


L 63-74 


MS 1201 


Duke ■' 


W 56-53 


M6 |20| |4| 


Virginia ^ 


W 85-62 


\I7 12011121 


No Carolina ' 


I 60-61 


M12 1181 


Tenn -Chattanooga 


W 81-69 


\I14 1181 191 


Indiana * 


L 64-99 



l-Carrier Classic al Syracuse. VI {Carrier 
Dome): 2-Mar)land ln\Halional al Colleae Park. 
■IW. (Cole Field lliwse}. 3-\CC Tournamenl al 
Lando\er \ld iC.iiiit.il Crntrel. 4-\C\\ Mideast 
Region Firsl and Second Round al Dayton, tihio 
li)a\ton ^renal 



\)2 HI 



American 



W 95-65 



m 



Warner ' 



W 96-73 



1981-82 

Record: 16-i: 


H:13-3 A: 2-8 \: 


1-2 


ACC: 5-9 


5th 


jiaee 




Postseason: NIT Second Round 


N27 




Sl. Pelcr's 


W 49-42 


N29 




Lalayelle 


W 82-58 


D2 




Long Island 


W 87-79 


D5 




George Mason 


W 74-62 


D7 




IMES 


W 76-64 


D9 




Tow son 


W 75-59 


DI2 




• al NC Slale 


L 53-74 


DI9 




Ohio Liniversitv 


W 90-64 


D23 




• Georgia Tech 


L 43-45 


D29 


|16| 


al I CLV 


L 57-90 


J5 


|l| 


• No Carolina 


L 50-66 


J9 




• al Duke 


W 40-36 


JI2 


|3| 


• al Virginia (OT) 


1. 40-45 


JI6 




• l3emson 


W 62-57 


J20 




Canlslus 


W 91-73 


J23 




at Nolrc Dame 


L 51-55 


J27 




at William S Marv 


W 50-43 


J30 


|13| 


• al Georgia Tecli 


L 63-64 


F3 


• Wake Foresl 


W 61-56 


F6 




•Duke 


W 77-60 


F7 




Hofslra 


W 94-59 


Fll 


|21 


• al No. Carolina 


1. 56-59 


F13 




• al Clemson 


1, 66-75 


F20 




• al wake Foresl ' 


L 42-48 


F24 




• NC State 


1. 38-52 


F27 


|l| 


• Virginia (OT) 


W 47-46 


H5 




NC Slale = 


L 28-40 


M12 




Richmond ■' 


W 66-50 


Ml 5 




Georgia ' 


1. 69-83 


t-al GlVfUsliiint. \ (.' iiirt'cnsbnni c'ofeenm/, 2- 
KCTournamnll .i! GirfnslHini. \i: IGrccfislKim 
Co//seum). !t-\,ili<mal Imilalum Tiwrnaiucnl at 
,VeH )ork. \ 1 l\l.iitisufi SQuaiv Ganlfiij 


1982-83 

Record: L'li-H 


II: 11-1 V: 5-4 \: 


1-3 


\Ci::i;-l, ihllil.iir (lir) 


Posl.se asoH; NC vv sciond Round 


N27 




Penn Slale ' 


L 79-97 


Dl 




I'MES 


W 91-70 


D4 




at Canlslus 


W 67-66 


D8 




SI, Joseph's 


L 56-04 


Dll 




Duquesne 


W 85-64 


D14 




Towson 


W 66-56 


D23 


|3| 


I CLA (20T) 


W 80-79 


J3 




American 


W 73-71 


J5 




William & Marv 


W 56-51 


J8 


l-tl 


• Virginia 


L 64-83 


J12 


Mi| 


• al No. Carolina 


L 71-72 


J15 




• Duke 


L 67-86 



J19 




• at Clemson 


W 80-61 


J22 




Noire Dame 


W 68-67 


J26 




al Holv Cross - 


W 55-53 


J29 




• NC Slale 


W 86-81 


J31 




Navv 


W 98-73 


F2 




Old Dominion 


W 87-67 


FS 




• Georgia TVch 


W 77-68 


F9 




• at Wake Foresl ' 


L 66-79 


F16 


|3| 


• No, Caailina 


W 106-94 


ri9 




• Clemson 


W 92-88 


F21 




• at Duke 


W 101-90 


r23 




• at Georgia Tech 


L 60-70 


F26 




• Wake Forest 


W 83-75 


M3 




• al NC Slale 


W 67-58 


M7 


|21 


• at Virginia 


L 81-83 


Mil 




Georgia Tech (OT) ' 


L 58-64 


Ml 7 


|15| 


Tenn,-Chatlanooga 


W 52-51 


M22 


III 


Houston "' 


L 50-60 



l-at Baltimore. Md. (Baltimore .\rena): 2-al 
Worcester Mass. tWorcesler Centrum): 3-al 
Greenst)oni. ^ (,' lGreenst>on> C.nlisrnm}. -/- \CC 
Tournamenlat Mlanta.Ca tumnil. JAi'.W Firsl 
and Second Round at Houstmi. Te\as (The Sum- 
mil) 



1983-84 

Record: 24-8 II: 13-2 ,\: 6-4 \: 5 


2 


\CC: 9-5, 2nd 


place, ACC Tournamenl Champion 


Postseason: NCAA Sweet SlMeen. AP No, 1 1 , 1'Pl 

No to 


N26 181 


J(ihns Hopkins 


W 108-65 


1)1 |fi| 


Ohio Slale ' 


L 68-72 


03 |B| 


t^anisius 


W 77-55 


D6 lll| 


IVnn Slale - 


W 67-58 


Dill 1111 


al lluijuesne 


W 78-67 


D14 191 


I MES 


W 104-69 


D24 181 161 


Boston College 


W 89-76 


D29 161 


Randolph Macon ' 


W 58-52 


D30 161 


La Salle ' 


W 96-83 


J4 151II2I 


• al NC Slate 


W 59-55 


J7 151 


William « Marv 


W 58-44 


J12 151 HI 


• No Carolina 


L 62-74 


J14 151 


• al Duke 


W 81-75 


J17 171 


• Clemson 


W 85-72 


J2I 171 


at Old Dominion 


W 69-58 


J28 151 


at Noire Dame 


L 47-52 


J31 1101 


• al Virginia 


W 67-66 


F4 11011181 


• al Georgia Tech |20T)L 70-71 


K 11311141 


• al W. Foresl (20T 


' L 87-90 


Fll 1131 


•Duke 


L 84-89 


F13 |13| 


DaHon 


W 61-59 


F18 


• al Clemson (30T) 


W 66-65 


F19 Ml 


• al No. Carolina 


L 63-78 


F23 


• Georgia Tech 


W 79-74 


F26 1151 


• Wake Foresl 


W 90-79 


F29 1191 


• NC Slate 


W 63-50 


M4 II 91 


• Virginia 


W 74-65 


M9 |I4| 


NC Slale ' 


W 69-63 


MIO 11411191 


Wake Foresl "' 


W 66-64 


Mil |I4|110| 


Duke '• 


W 74-62 


M17 |11| 


west V irginia '' 


W 102-77 


V122 |ll| |B| 


Illinois' 


1, 70-72 



t-al Cast Rnlherliird. \J iltn-ndanlhrnc \fenal: 
2-alHrrshn Pa (Hershc\ Park \rena).'.i-Mar\- 
land Inyitational at College Park. Mil. (Cole Field 
House): 4-al Greensboro. M.C. (Greensboro Coli- 
seumI. .7-l('f.' Tournament af Gnrnslmro. \.C. 
lGreensl>on> Colisi'unil. Ii-\C \ 1 Mideast Region 
Secimd Rinuid Jt liirmmgli.mi \la iHirnungham 
Coliseum). 7- \C V 1 Mideast Regional at Lexing- 
ton. K} (Rupf) \rena) 



l984-8:i 

Record: 25-11 


II: 14-2 V7-6 * 4-4 


ACC: 8-1 


4lh 


place (lie) 




Posl.seasiin: NC V V Sweel SIxleen 


N23 


|19| 


Kansas ' 


L 56-58 


N24 




al Alaska-Anchorage 


'W 54-52 


N25 




Tennessee ' 


W 72-49 


Dl 




West Virginia 


W 56-47 


D5 




Cleveland Slale 


W 95-84 


D8 




al Alabama 


W 59-54 


D11 




Ohio Slale 


W 76-73 


D13 




IMES 


W 87-48 


D22 




al Lovola (Mil ) 


W 81-74 


D25 




Iowa (OT) ■ 


W 78-68 


D27 




al Hawaii- 


W 79-71 


D28 


1101 


Georgia Tech = 


L 69-70 


J2 11911171 


• NC Slale 


W 58-56 



J5 1191 


al Davton 


L 63-67 


J9 151 


• at No. CaiDlina 


L 74-75 


J14 121 


• Duke lOT) 


W 78-76 


JI6 


• Clemson 


W 94-84 


JIO 


allNLV 


L 76-78 


J21 


Holv Cniss 


W 99-75 


J26 


Noire Dame 


W 77-65 


J27 1141 


Vlllanova 


W 77-74 


J30 1171 


• Virginia 


W 71-58 


F2 II 71 181 


• Georgia Tech 


L 60-72 


F4 II 71 


Old Dominion 


W 87-75 


F6 |20| 


• at Wake Forest 


W 64-62 


ra 1201 151 


• at Duke 


L 62-70 


F13 I20III31 


• No. Carolina 


L 54-60 


FI7 1201 


• at Clemson 


L 64-71 


F19 1201 181 


• at Georgia Tech 


L 43-48 


F21 


Towson 


W 91-38 


F24 


• Wake Forest 


W 69-66 


F27 |I6| 


• at NC State 


W 71-70 


M3 


• at Virginia 


W 60-55 


M8 171 


Duke ' 


L 73-86 


Ml 5 


Vliami-OH (tiTl ' 


W 69-68 


M17 


Navv ' 


W 64-59 


M22 


Vlllanova "' 


L 43-46 



l-Greal Manka Shootout at \nchorage. Maska 
{Sulli\an \renal. 2-Raint)o\\ I'la.'isic at Honolulu, 
Hawaii llH.ii^ilrll ilrnlcrl. ,(- ICf ' Iniirnamenl al 
Atlanla. Ca (timml. 4-\(:\\ Smitlirast Reglim 
First and Second Round al Dayfim. Ohio {DaMon 
.^rena): 5-iVC4.-l Southeast Regional at Birming- 
ham. Ma, (Birmingham Coliseum) 



1983-86 

Record: 19-14 


H: 10-5 .V6-7 N: 


3-2 


ACC: 


6-8. 6lh 


jiace 




Poslsoason: NCAA Seconil Round 


N23 


|I9| 


Northeastern 


W 84-72 


N26 


|17| 


at George Vinson 


W 81-80 


N30 


M'l 


al Ohio State 


L 66-78 


D3 




Fairleigh Dickinson 


W 74-51 


D5 




Williams Marv 


W 77-48 


D7 


M-tj 


INLV 


L 61-64 


D12 




at West Virginia 


W 42-41 


D13 




Towson 


W 91-58 


D21 




Alabama 


W 60-58 


D28 




Stanford ' 


W 67-65 


D29 




at Hawaii-Pacinc ' 


W 92-85 


J4 




•Duke 


L 75-81 


J7 




Randolph Vtacon 


W 74-50 


Jll 




• al Gcitrgi.i Id h 


1. 67-68 


JI4 


Ml 


• No Canilin.i 


L 67-71 


JI9 




• al Virginia 


L 49-70 


J23 




• NC Slale 


I 55-67 


J25 


|2| 


• al Duke 


L 68-80 


J28 




• wake Foresl 


W 77-55 


F1 




al Vlllanova 


L 62-64 


n 


|H| 


al Notre Dame 


L 62-69 


fS 




• Clemson 


W 78-69 


F13 


|l'l 


• at NC State 


tt 67-66 


F15 




• at Clemson 


L 60-70 


F17 




UMES 


W 91-44 


F20 


Ml 


• at No Caniiina |OT)W 77-72 


F22 


|5| 


• Georgia Tech 


L 70-77 


F26 




• at Wake Kore.st - 


W 59-48 


Ml 




• Virginia 


W 87-72 


M7 


m 


No Carolina ' 


W 85-75 


M8 


|6| 


Georgia 'H'ch ^ 


L 62-64 


VII4 




lYpperdine ' 


W 69-64 


Ml 6 


iiii 


1 NLV ' 


L 64-70 



l-llawan-P.irHlr Tnnrn.unenI ,il W.nluku. Hawaii 
(War Mrmorijl I'lilisniml. 2:it Ctvensbimt. \C 
(Green.'iboiv Ctillseum). 3-\CC Tournament at 
Greensboro. \.C. (Crcensbon) ColiseumI: 4-\CA\ 
First and Second Round al Long Beach. Calif 
(long Beach .\rena) 



1986-87 

Record: 9-17 11:8-8 .A: 1-8 *0-l 


ACC: 0-14, 8lh 


D27 Winllliiip 


W 76-58 


D29 l-'aii'leigii llickliisini 


W 70-59 


D31 Notre Dame 


1, 50-63 


J3 1191 •aINC Slale 


L 47-69 


J5 Tbwson 


W 79-71 


J8 131 • al No. Carolina 


1. 65-98 


JIO •Virginia 


L 64-71 


J14 1141 •Duke 


L 61415 


J17 1121 •atClemson 


L 64-72 


JI9 Bucknell 


W 77-68 



J21 




WesI Virginia 


W 65-62 


J24 




altlid Dominion 


L 73-87 


J28 




al James Vladison 


W 90-76 


Fl 




• III Georgia Tech 


L 72-76 


F2 




• al Wake Forest 


L 58-69 


F4 


|12| 


• Clemson 


L 79-80 


F7 


|I6| 


• al Duke 


L 67-76 


FIO 




• Georgia Tech 


L 74-78 


FI4 


|3| 


•No Carolina 


L 86-93 


FI6 




Cenirai Florida 


W 73-55 


F18 




UMBC 


W 78-64 


F22 




• Wake Forest 


L 68-75 


F25 




• NC Stale 


L 72-85 


F27 




IVIES 


W 117-51 


Ml 




•at Virginia 


L 77-82 


VI6 


|2| 


No, CaiTilina ' 


L 63-82 


I-M:C nmaamenl al Landmer. iW. 
in-l 


(CapilalCea- 


1987-88 

Record: 18-13 H:8-4 A: 6-7 \: 4-2 


M:C: 6-8. 5lh 


place 




Poslseason: NCAA Second Round 


N27 




Lovola (Md.) ' 


W 74-60 


N28 




Mississippi ' 


W 77-69 


D3 




Winthrop 


H 65-52 


D5 




at West Virginia 


L 49-75 


D8 




al Vlounl SI Marvs 


W 82-54 


010 




East Canilina 


W 75-59 


012 




al Louisiana Slale 


L 54-55 


028 




South Canilina 


W 82-77 


D30 




Arkansas 


W 88-61 


J2 




• Wake Fotfsl 


W 93-76 


J6 




at Missouri 


L 85-93 


J9 




• Clemson 


W 68-53 


J14 


|21 


• No. Carolina 


L 65-71 


J16 


|7| 


• al Duke 


W 72-69 


J20 




• al Virginia 


L 72-84 


J27 




• NC Stale 


L 81-83 


¥2 




at Noire Dame 


W 78-75 


F6 




al Old Dominion 


W 70-65 


F8 




• Georgia Tech 


L 83-96 


FIO 




• al Clemson 


W 70-66 


F13 


|8| 


• Duke 


I 83-90 


F17 




• al Georgia Tech 


L 82- 104 


F20 


|5| 


• at No. Carolina 


L 73-74 


F25 




UMES 


W 101-51 


F27 




• al Wake Foresl ' 


W 70-65 


M3 


|I6| 


• al NC Slale 


L 68-74 


M5 




• Virginia 


W 69-63 


Mil 


|I8| 


Georgia Tech ' 


W 84-67 


MI2 


m 


No. t:arolina ' 


L 64-74 


M18 




1 C Sania Barbara 


W 92-82 


M20 


|6| 


Kentuck\ ' 


L 81-90 



l-MCI Harbor Classic al Baltimore. \fd. fBalii- 
more ^rena). 2-at Greensbom. VC {Greensboro 

i'.oliseuml. .'i- MX Tnnrn.mirnt .it Crx'enslmoi. \ (.' 
(Greensboni (^nlisniml. -I-M'.W Fir^n and Sec- 
ond Round at Ctminnali. Ohio {Ri\erlnu)t Colh 
seum) 



1988-89 

Record: 9-211 


11:5-9 \:0-10 V 


4-1 


U:C: 1 


13. 8lh place 




N25 




Texas Chrislian ' 


W 74-67 


N26 




Georgia State ' 


W 69-62 


Dl 




IMES 


W 97-53 


D5 




at Soull) Carolina 


1. 51-57 


D7 




Morgan Slale 


W 73-61 


010 




at Arkansas 


L 68-73 


013 




Monmoulh 


W 74-70 


1)27 




West Virginia 


L 61-69 


029 




Lamar ■ 


W 74-65 


1130 




al 'ft'xas-EI Paso ' 


L 51-69 


J2 




Louisiana Slale 


L 77-79 


J4 




• al Wake Mircst 


1. 60-70 


J7 




• al Clemson 


L 58-75 


Jll 


l«l 


• al No Carolina 


L 72-88 


J14 


|l| 


• Duke 


L 72-82 


J17 




• Virginia |0T| 


L 58-64 


J24 


|5| 


Missouri 


1, 73-87 


,129 


|151 


NC Slate 


L 67-90 


Fl 




LMBC 


W 78-66 


F4 




• al Georgia TVch 


L 74-87 


F7 




• Clemson 


W 98-87 


Fll 


M-il 


• al Duke 


L 60-86 


F14 




• Georgia Tech 


L 66-67 


F19 


|8| 


• No. Carolina 


I 75-86 


F25 




• Wake Forest 


I 61-75 



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M2 


|20| 


• al \C Slate 


L 77-94 


M5 




• at \lrgi{)ia 


L 394)6 


MIO 


\'^\ 


NC Stale ■ 


« 71-49 


Mil 


191 


No. Catvlina ' 


L 584)8 


l-Freedom Bo»( Classic a( Imne. Calif (Birn 
Ewnts Centerl: 2-Sur Btml Timmament at El 
Paso, reus ISpecial firals Cenlerl: 3- ICC Tour- 
nament at Ulanta. Ca lOmnil 


1989-90 

ftnofi: 19-l-( H:12-l t 3-6 \; 


4-4 


\(.C !)-« m 


Blace Itiel 




Poslscason: NIT Secnnd Round 


N23 




Delaware Slate 


tt 87-53 


N27 




(uBusta CMese 


tt 105-74 


Dl 




South Camlina ' 


L 51-52 


D2 




\nnv' 


« 78-60 


04 




Connecticut • 


L 65-87 


D9 




Jacksonilllc 


tt 68-53 


DI2 




Coppin State 


L 63-70 


D22 




Geoise Mason ^ 


« 104-86 


D23 




E Tennessee Stale 


V, 91-86 


D24 




Sacramento State ' 


tt 98-68 


D30 




Alcorn Stale 


tt 110-91 


J-1 




• «ake Forest 


tt 88-82 


J6 




• at Clemson 


L 77-82 


J10 




• No. Carolina 


tt 98-88 


J13 


|I0| 


• al Duke 


L 811-91 


J1( 




• alMrsinia 


tt 74-72 


J20 




Boston 1 ni\ersit\ ' 


L 61-65 


J23 




Sonth Florida 


tt 84-66 


J27 




• al NC Slate 


L 61-81 


J29 




\lr£inia Tech 


tt 89*0 


n 


l"l 


• Georgia Tecti 


L 84-90 


F7 




• Clemson 


L 73-75 


FIO 
114 


Ml 


• Duke (OTl 


L III- 


ri3 


|13| 


• at (Georgia Tech 


L 78-80 


FI7 




• at No. Carolina 


« 80-76 


F19 




al Southern CalilomiaW 64-62 


F22 




IMBC 


« 113-61 


F24 




• at Wake Forest 


1. 74-84 


F28 




•\C Stale 


« 96-95 


M3 




• Mrginia 


tt 89-74 


M9 


|12| 


Duke' 


L84-I04 


Mlj 




Massachusetts ' 


tt 914)1 


M19 




al Penn State " 


L 78« 



I'Central Fidelih Clatisic al Rictimond. \a- 
(RobbiBs Center): 2-\CC^ig East Challenge. 
HartfonJ at Conn iHarlford Cnic Center). 3- 
Chaminade Cttristmas Classic at Honolala. Ha- 
waii (Blaisdell Center). 4-at Boston. Mass. fBos- 
ton Garden): 5-.\CC Tournament at Charlotte. VC 
(Charlotte Coliseum): 6-\attonal li}\it3Uon Tour- 
nament at College Park. \fd iCole Field House): 
7-\ational ln\it3tion Tournament al Slate College. 
Pa. iRecreaiion Buildins) 



1990-91 

Record: 16-12 


H:ll-3 V3-8 V 


2-1 


«C;5- 


), 7lh 


lace 




N26 




Toftson 


» 93-69 


N28 




Soiiihem Calilomia 


tt 72-39 


Dl 




at ttesl \lrsinia 


L 85-90 


D3 




Boston College ' 


L 85- 100 


D8 




at Jacksonville 


L 70-71 


Dll 




LCInine 


» 93-79 


D22 




Ula\ette 


tt 64-48 


D27 




Rulaeni = 


tt 864)1 


D29 


|I2| 


South Caprilina ■ 


tt 78-69 


J2 




•at ttakr Fon?sl 


L 62-74 


Jo 




• Clemson 


» 81-65 


J7 




IMBC 


tt 92-66 


J9 


|5| 


• al No Carolina 


L 73-1 05 


JI2 


IHI 


•Duke 


L 78-94 


JI6 


M-t| 


• Virginia 


L 62-76 


JI9 




at South Florida 


H 874)1 


J22 




Boston I ni\ei^it\ 


H 85-59 


J26 




• NC Stale 


« IIM-KKI 


J29 




\mericaji 


n 72-69 


Fl 


|231 


• al Georgia Tech 


L 65-80 


F6 




• at Clemson 


L 69-73 


F9 


|61 


• at Duke 


1,81-101 


FI3 




• Georsia Tech 


H 96-93 


FI6 


|8| 


• No. Camlina 


L 75-87 


F19 




at Mt^inia Tech 


tt 82-67 


F23 




• ftake Forest 


tt 86-78 



• al NC State 



L9I-II4 



M2 


|23| 


• al Mrginia ItiTI 


tt 78-74 


l-\COBi^Easl Challenge at aclimimil. la. (Bc/i- 
monil Coliseum): 2-ECKHi>lltla\ Feslhalat Ven 
lor*. N 1 IMadmn Square CardenI 


1991-92 

Record: 14-13 


il: 10-5 \:2-7 V 


-3 


\CC: 5- 


1.8th 


place 




N23 




Mount SI Mans 


tt 83-33 


N26 




IMES 


tt 113-60 


N30 




\merican 


« 93418 


D4 




Pnividence 


tt 7M6 


07 




ttesl \irginia 


tt 101-91 


010 




al Louisville 


L 79-96 


021 




Toft son 


tt 83-76 


023 




Rider 


tt 83-69 


028 




Rutseis - 


I 79-95 


030 




E\ans\ille - 


L 64-75 


J3 


|131 


• al Georeia Tech 


L 67-92 


J8 


|l| 


•Duke 


L 66-83 


Jll 




• al NC Slate 


L 88-94 


JI3 


|H| 


• al No. Carolina 


L 76-96 


JIB 




• Florida State lOT) 


L 83-91 


J22 




• ttake Forest 


L 76-86 


J25 




• Clemson 


tt 84-71 


J29 




• al Virginia 


L 754)2 


F5 




• 31 Florida Slale 


tt 934)3 


F9 


|24| 


• Georgia Tech 


L 63-67 


FI3 




• NC State 


tt 77-74 


F20 


Ml 


• al Duke 


1. 89-9t 


F22 




• al Clemson 


L 70-82 


F25 




I NC Greenshoro 


tt 84-55 


Ml 


|I0| 


• No. Caiolina 


tt 82-80 


M5 




• al Hake Forest 


tt 77-66 


M7 




• Virginia 


L 74-76 


M8 




Clemson ^ 


tt 81-73 


M9 


HI 


Duke" 


L 87-94 


l-KtTBIg East i:iialleiige al HanloM. Conn. 
IHanlori CMc Center l: 2-Fiesla Bmri Classic at 
lucsou. im. OlcKale Center!: MCCDmrnamenl 
at i:narlime VC iCharloile Coliseum! 


1992-93 

Record: 12-16 H:8-7 \: 2-8 V 2-1 


«C: 2- 


4.8lh 


place 




Dl 




IMBC 


tt 103-80 


D3 




at ttesl Virginia 


L 72-86 


07 




IMES 


tt 94413 


010 




Vmerican 


tt 98-67 


012 




al La Salle 


tt 93-76 


023 




ToHson 


tt 78-68 


026 




Morgan Slate 


tt 103-63 


028 




Louis\1lle 


tt 72-67 


J2 




Honard 


tt 109-69 


J5 


|I0| 


• Geoiigia Tech 


L 75-85 


J9 


|fi| 


• a! No Caiolina 


L73-I0I 


JI3 




• jl Florida Slate 


L 83- 105 


JI6 




• ttakc Koresl 


L 73-86 


JI9 




Oklahoma ' 


tt 89-78 


J23 




• al NC Slale 


tt 70-63 


J26 




• al Clemson 


L 72-82 


J30 


I'l 


• Duke 


L 62-78 


F4 


|24| 


• Virginia 


L 68-70 


F6 


|22| 


• al Georgia Tech 


L 79-93 


re 


|6| 


• No Carolina 


L 63-77 


FI3 


|I0| 


• Florida Slate 


L 844)7 


FI7 


|I0| 


• al ttake Fonesl 


L 64-88 


F24 




• NC Slale 


tt 88-71 


F27 




• Clemson 


L 73-81 


M3 


|6| 


• al Duke 


L 79-95 


M6 




• al Virginia 


L 744)8 


Mil 




NC Stale - 


tt 76-55 


MI2 


Ml 


No Carolina - 


Lfi6-I02 


l-at Baltimore, m IBaltimore \renal: 2-KC 
Tournament at Charliiite. VC iCbarhtle Coli- 
seumt 


1993-94 

Record: 18-12 


H: 10-3 A: 4-6 \: 4-3 


\CC: 84). 41h 


)lare lliej 




Poslseason: 

CNN No 1 1 


vCV.\ Sneet Sixteen 


ISV Today 


\26 


Mil 


at fieorgeloftn (OT) 


'tt 844)3 


N27 




Cornell 


tt 92-11 


N30 




Rider 


tt 93-79 


02 




IMBC 


tt 89-80 


04 




Morgan State 


tt 85-62 


07 




Dklahoma - 


L 85-88 



1123 






Toftson ' 


« 109-71 


D28 






llolslra ' 


« 


93-67 


D29 




|9| 


Massachusetts ' 


L 


80-94 


J4 




M-l 


• .11 Gi'orsi.tTecli 


W 


91-88 


J8 




PI 


• No Cjniliiid 


L 


711-75 


Jll 






• Florida Slale 


H 


80-74 


JI5 






• al ttake Forest 


tt 


61-58 


J22 


|25 




•NC State 


R 102-70 


J26 


|18 




• Clemson 


« 


73-33 


J29 


118! 121 


• al Duke 


L 


62-75 


F2 


|2I 




• at Virginia 


1. 


66-73 


F3 


|2I 




• Georgia Tech 


L 


71-83 


FIO 




Ml 


• al No. Carolina 


L 


89-95 


FI2 






• at Florida Slale 


W 


69-66 


FI6 






• ttake Foresl 


tt 


81-58 


FI9 






UTOla |Md.| 


W 


94-71 


F23 






• al NC Slale 


L 


71-79 


F26 






• al Clemson 


L 


67-73 


VI2 




|2| 


• Duke 


L 


69-73 


M3 






• Virginia 


tt 


70-68 


Mil 






Virginia ' 


L 


63-69 


MI7 




|24| 


St Louis " 


W 


74-66 


MI9 




|8| 


Vlas.sachusetls ' 


tt 


954)7 


VI25 




|ll| 


Michigan ■ 


L 


71-78 



l-al l^ndo\er. \ld iCapilal Centre): 2-at OUa- 
homaCity. okia {The MwadiS-at Baltimore. Md 
iBaliimore \n-na): 4-Hall of Fatne Classic al 
Springrield. Mass. ISpringJIeld Cixic Center): 5- 
\CC Tournament at Charlotte. \.C {Charlotte 
ColiseumI: 6-\tll Midwest Region First and 
Second Rounds at Wichita, kan. (Kansas Coli- 
seumI: 7-\CV\ Midnest Regional at Dallas. ?fevas 
(Reunion \renal 



1994-95 

Record: 26-8 H; lli-0 4:4-4 \; 


S-4 


WC: 12-4. VC 


; Regular Season Co-Champion 


Poslseason: N('A\ Sn eel SlMeen. M" No 1 0, 1 S V 
Toda\/CNN No. 1 1 


N2I 17! 


Chaminade ' 


H 95-67 


N22 [71 


Llah ' 


H 90-78 


N23 17! 


Vrizona Slale ' 


L 90-97 


N29 jllj 


Lovola (Md ) 


H 92-62 


D3 ill! 


Bucknell 


tt 102-64 


D5 [111 


IMBC 


tt 102-77 


D8 111! 


Colgale 


tt 11 3-53 


010 ill! 151 


Vlassachuselts - 


L 74-85 


DI2 112! 


Ton son 


tt 120-73 


D23 ill! 


Morgan Slale 


H 138-72 


027 19] 


La Salle 


H 96-80 


030 19] 


Vmerican 


tt 98-77 


J4 I7II24I 


• Georgia Tech 


tt 80-67 


J7 |7| III 


• al No Carolina 


L90-I00 


JIO |9| 


• al Florida Slale 


H 70-57 


J14 I9III4I 


• ttake Foresl 


tt 76-66 


J22 181 


• al NC Slale 


H 84-67 


J25 18! 


• al Clemson 


H 56-51 


J28 |8| 


•Duke 


H 74-72 


Fl |3||l3i 


• Virginia 


tt 71-62 


F4 1511211 


• al Georgia Tech 


L91-I00 


F7 181 III 


• No Carolina 


tt 86-73 


Fll 181 


• Florida Slale 


H 80-65 


FI5 I7III4I 


• al Hake Foresl 


L 54-63 


FI9 171 


Cincinnati ' 


tt 74-72 


F22 171 


• NC State 


tt 84-71 


F23 171 


• Clemson 


H 84-68 


Ml 161 


• al Duke 


tt 94-92 


M3 I6III3I 


• al Virginia 


L 67-92 


MM) |I0| 


Rorida Sute ' 


tt 71-64 


Mil |I0| |4| 


No. Camlina (0T| 


L 92-97 


Mt6 1101 


Gonzaga '' 


H 87-63 


MI8 |I0| 


Texas ' 


tt 82-68 


VI23 |iri| |8| 


Connecticut " 


L 89-99 



/■1/ju/ inwtaiumdl 111 Lahaina. Hawaii ILahaina 
(J'nic I't'Dlcrl. 2-al Baltimore. Md. (Baltimotv 
\rena): 3-al San \ntonio. Texas (Mamodome): -f- 
.^CCTbumament at Greensboro. M.C. (Greensboro 
Coliseum): 5-\tA\ West Region First and Sec- 
nnd Round at Salt Lake City. I tah I Jon Huntsman 
Center). H-\Ci\ West Regional at Oakland. Ca- 
lif (Oakland ColiseumI 



1993-96 

Record: 17-13 H:ll-3 \: 3-5 \ 


3-5 


VCC: 8fl. 4th place (tiel 


Poslseaiwn; NCW First Round 


N24 1141 III Kenluckx' 


L 84-96 


N27 |I9| To«son- 


H 70417 


02 1191 |5| Vla,s.sarliuselts ' 


L 47-30 



03 


|I9| 


Gei»rgeHashinglon 


tt 98-81 


06 


|2II| 


Howard 


tt 88-71 


09 


|20| 


ICLV 


L 63-73 


013 




Rider 


tt 83-67 


023 




\merican 


tt 104-79 


028 




IMES 


tt 104-66 


J3 




• al Georgia Tech 


L 84-98 


J6 


|I6| 


• No Carolina (l)Tl 


L 86-88 


JI3 


|8| 


•at ttake Foix'si 


L 64-77 


JI7 




Delawa^ Slate 


W 118-33 


J20 




• NC Slale (OTl 


tt 77-74 


J24 


|18| 


• Clemson 


tt 65-60 


J28 




• al Duke 


L 73-83 


Fl 




• al Virginia 


tt 80-72 


ra 


|25| 


• Georgia Tech 


tt 88-74 


F6 


|I2| 


• al No Carolina 


tt 84-78 


FIO 




• al Florida State 


L 78- 100 


FI5 


n 


• Hake Forest 


L 78-85 


FI8 




Vlissouri 


tt 91-72 


F22 




• at NC Slale 


tt 86-84 


F24 




• at Clemson 


L 61-68 


F28 




•Duke 


L 73-77 


M2 




• Virginia 


H 83-71 


M4 




• Florida State 


H 88-78 


M8 




Duke " 


H 82-69 


M9 


|I8| 


Georgia Tech " 


L 79-84 


MIS 




Santa Clara " 


L 79-91 



l-lialt of Fame Tip-OIT Classic at SpringField. 
\lass. (SpringField CiUc Center): 2-at Baltimore. 
AM. (Baltimore irenat 3-Franklin National Bank 
Classic al iando\er Md. ilS\ir Xrena). 4-Jobn 
Wooden Classic al {naheim. Calif i\rrowhead 
Pond of \naheim): 5-\CC Tournament al Greens- 
boro. -VC. (Greensboro Coliseum): 6-\CU West 
Region Fir^t Round at T^mpe. \riz. {Special Eients 
Center) 



1996-97 

Record: 211 


H: 11-3 \:3-l N: 


5-1 


ACC: 9-7, 4lh 


place lliel 




Poslseason: NC VA First Round, ^P No 22 


N26 


Howard 


H 93-35 


N30 


Towson Slale 


tt 93-76 


02 


Chicago State 


tt 94-14 


04 


1 VIBC 


tt 67-31 


08 


I'alilomia 


H 80-64 


09 


Geoi^e ttashinglon 


' tt 74-68 


012 


Georgia Tech 


tt 774j3 


021 |25| 


\merican 


tt 81-74 


023 121! 


Ulavflle 


tt 108-67 


027 121! 


Piltshurgh - 


tt 66-63 


028 1211 


at Hawaii - 


tt 76-39 


030 1191 


Georgia |0T| • 


L 63-73 


J4 1191 


Virginia 


tt 78-62 


J8 II9II13I 


at No l^arolina 


tt 85-73 


JI2 1191 


at Ni: State 


tt 68-59 


JI5 nil 131 


ijemson 


L 63-67 


JI9 ml i2i 


.11 VV.ikc Fori'J 


« -,4-11 


J2I |7| 


l'rnns\K.iiiid 


U I0.1-7J 


J26 I7III01 


liukc 


H 74-70 


J29 r.| 


Jl Fliirida State 


L 70-74 


Fl |5| |2| 


Hake Forest 


L 69-74 


F5 171 


NC Slate 


tt 66-55 


F8 |7||I0| 


at Clemson 


L 68-80 


F13 IIOj 


Florida Slale 


tt 73-57 


FI3 110! 


Vlassachuselts ' 


L 61-78 


F19 1141 


al Georgia Tech 


tt 76418 


F22 II4I112I 


No Carolina 


L 81-93 


F27 1161 171 


al Duke 


L 69-81 


M2 116! 


al Virginia 


L 74-81 


M7 I22III31 


Clemson ' 


tt 76-61 


M8 122! 


NC Slale ' 


L 58-63 


MI3 I22III61 


College ol Charleston 'L 66-73 



I -Franklin \alional Bank Classic at Lando\er. Md 
(iSMr \rena): 2-Rainbon Classic at Honolulu. 
Hawaii (Blaisdell Center): 3-at Baltimore. Md 
(BalUmore.\rena): 4-al Worcester. Mass (Worces- 
ter Centrum): 5-MX Tournament al Greensboro. 
VC (Greensboro ColiseumI 6-'\C\.\ Souttieast 
Region First Round at Memphis. Tenn (Thef^ra- 
mid) 

1997-98 

Record: 21-1 1 H: 12-2 \: 3-5 V6-I 

ACC: 10-6. 3rd place 

Poslseason: Ni: w Sweet SlMeen. .VP No. 20. ISA 

TodavA VBi: No 22 

NI4 171 .South Carohna IDTI' L 72-76 



N18 



Fairleigh Dickinson ft 81-70 



N22 


Mount St. Vlarv s 


tt 102-74 


N25 1241 


Florida Inlemalional tt 117-70 


04 I23II17I 


• al Clemson |I1T| 


L 65-78 


07 1231 121 


Kansas - 


tt 86-83 


D8 |I9| 


George Hashinglon 


L 66-70 


013 il9| 


IMBC 


H 104-66 


022 |20| 


1 NC Vsheville 


tt 110-52 


027 120! 


I NC VVllminglon 


tt 74-36 


030 |20| 


al Missouri 


L 79-83 


J3 1201 13! 


• Duke 


L 72-1 04 


J7 1131 


• FTorida State 


tt 81-74 


JIO 


• al NC Slale 


H 68-65 


JI4 111 


• No Carolina (OTl 


H 89-83 


JI7 


• at ttake Forest 


L 60-72 


J21 


• al Georgia Tech 


H 70-67 


J24 |23| 


• Clemson 


tt 74-69 


J29 1231 Ml 


• at Duke 


L 59-86 


Fl 1231 


• Virginia 


tt 77-70 


n 1251 


• at Florida Stale 


tt 68-62 


Fll 1241 


• NC Slale 


tt 78-63 


FH 1241 HI 


• at No Carolina 


L 67-85 


FI9 1231 


• Hake ForosI 


L 79-83 


F2I 1251 


• Georgia Tech 


tt 81-69 


F24 


• at Virginia 


tt 74-66 


F28 |24| 


Temple " 


tt 83-66 


M6 1201 


Geoigia Tech ' 


tt 83-65 


V17 1201 HI 


No Carolina (IIT) ' 


L 73-83 


MI2 |2II| 


1 idh State ■' 


tt 82-68 


MI4 I21I1I22I 


Illinois ~ 


tt 67-61 


M19 |2II| |4| 


Vrizona ' 


L 79-87 



l-Black Coaches \ssocialion Classic at Minne- 
apolis. Minn (Target Outer): 2-FrankliB \ational 
Bank Classic al Washington. DC IMCI Center): 
3-at Baltimore. Md (Baltimore ^rena): -i-ACC 
Tournament al Greensboro. VC (Greensboro 
Coliseum): 5-\C\\ West Re0on First and Sec- 
ond Round at Sacramento. Calif (Arco \fena): 6- 
\Ci\ We-^l Rfgi'inal ,(( \nahelm. Calif Mf'roB- 
head fond III \naheiml 

1998-99 

Record: 28-6 H: 13-1 \: 7-3 \: 8-2 

\CC: 13-3, 2nd place 

Poslseason: NCVV Sweet Sixteen. \PNo. 5. ISA 

Toda^A^BCNo. 8 

NI4 |6| VVeslem Carolina HI 1 3-16 



M7 161 



IMBC 



ft 90-62 



N20 [6! Holstra 



ft 89-59 



N23 |5| Duqucsne 



N26 [3| am Puerto Rico' ft 82-32 



^27 1511 



ICLV 



N28 15! PilLshurgh ' 



03 |2| ttake Foresl 



06 |2| 151 Slantord- 



tt 62-60 



D7 IIL 



DePaul ■ 



DI2 |2| |5| al Kentucky 



019 |5| Princflon ' 



ll2:l r.| Niirlli Tox.is 



M' T'l 



Snulh C.iroliii.i Sl,ilc « ltl-l-70 



J3 |4| |2| •Duke 



L 64-82 



J7 |5| * at Virginia 



tt 71-66 



JIO |5| 



H 9448 



JI3 |5| |9| •alNo l^arohna H 89-76 

JI9 |4| • al Georgia Tech tt 77-62 

J24 HI »al Clemson IliTI tt 81-79 

J27 |4| • Florida Slale ff 107-87 

J31 HI • al Hake Folv,st L 72-85 



F3 |7| |2| •31 Duke 



re 171 



FIO |7| 



• Virginia 



• al NC Stale 



tt 63-50 



FI3 1711 121 •Vli:arohna tt 81-64 



F2I [51 



• Georgia Tech 



tt 91-60 



F2^ ni 



tt 77-60 



F2' IJI 



• al Florida Slale tt 84-75 



VI3 |5| ITorida Slale ' 



VI6 I3III3I NolJarohna' 



JiL 



Valparaiso " 



MI3 [5| CreiglHon- 



W 75-63 



MI8 |5| |l| SI Jdhns'' 



L 62-76 



I -Puerto Rich Sboolnut3tBa\amon. PR (Eugenio 
Guerra Sporl^ Complex ): 2-BB& T Classic at Wash- 
ington. DC. (MCI Cenlerl. 3-at BalUmore. Md 
(Baltimore \renal: ■l-\CC Tournament al Greens- 
borv. VC, (tJreensbomColi.>ieum): 5- MlWSoutli 
Region First and Second Rounds at Orlando. Fla 
(Orlando Arena). fi-\CA(Souf/)/?r^ona/aiAflo\- 
\ille. T^nn. (Thomp-Jon-Boling \rvnai 



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1999-00 

Rrcord: 23-10 H: 15-1 A: 4-5 *6-) 


\CC: 1 1-5. 2n(l place, ACC Touriiamenl Pinalist 


Poslseason; NC\( Sniind Riiund, 
lSUoila\/ESP\\o 25 


Al> No. 17, 


\17 


San Frainiscii 


« 71-61 


M9 


Tulane ' 


« 78-70 


N22 12-11 


Fairlcisli nirkinson 


H 104-43 


\2-l I2-III11I 


kcnluck\ - 


L 38-61 


N26 |24| 


Niitre Dame - 


« 72-67 


\30 1241 


Iowa ^ 


H 83-65 


W I24II1RI 


Illinois ' 


« 69-67 


1)5 1241 


fieorse Uashinslon 


1. 69-74 


D7 121) 


WinllmiplilTI 


\\ 76-65 


Dll |2]||2;ll 


Kfnliick\ 


« 72-66 


D27 |14| 


George Mason 


tt 69-66 


D30 |14| 


IMBC 


« 82-32 


J2 1141 


Coastal Carolina 


« 100-48 


J6 [121 


•alNCSlale 


L 66-68 


J9 1121 181 


•Duke 


L 70-80 


J15 [181 


• al Georgia Tech 


1. 68-69 


J19 |24| 


• ttake Fon-sl 


« 71-53 


J22 1241 


Clemson 


tt 74-62 


J27 |22| 


• al No. Camlina 


1, 63-75 


J29 1221 


• at Florida Stale 


W 82-63 


n 1251 


• Mrsinia 


W 91-79 


F6 1251 


• NC State 


W 78-73 


re 1231 |3| 


• al Dnkc 


W 98-87 


F13 I231I19I 


at Temple 


L 65-73 


F16 1221 


• Georgia Tech 


tt 92-70 


F19 1221 


• al Wake Fon-sl 


W 73-67 


F22 1191 


• at ClemsoR 


« 76-63 


F26 1191 


• No. Carolina 


W 81-73 


Ml 1171 


• Florida Slate 


\V 85-70 


V14 1171 


• at Virsinia lOTI 


1, 87-89 


Min |2(ii 


Florida Slate ' 


« 82-61 


Mil |20| 


\C Slate ' 


W 64-61 


M12 1201 131 


Duke' 


L 68-81 


M16 1171 


lona '■ 


« 74-59 


M18 1I7I 


1 CL\ '■ 


L 70- 105 



i-Prrseason MT al Cnlh-^t- Park. Wd, fCo/cfieM 
Housel; 2-Preseason MTal Ven York. V i; {Madi- 
mm Square Garden): 3-\CC^ig Ten Challenge at 
Baltimore- Md IBalUmoiv \renal: 4-BB&T Clas- 
sic at Wastiingtnn. D C iMCI Cfnlerl. > W.f .' Tiwr- 
namenl at Ct],irliiUe. \ f. (Ctiarlolte Cohseum). 
6ACi\ Midwest Region First and Second Round 
at \linneap()lis. Minn (IIHH Melmdome) 




2000-01 

Record: 23-11 


H: 11-3 A: 6-3 N:8-5 


»CC: 10-6, 3rd 


place 




Postseason: NC U NaUonal Semilinalist, AP No. 
ll.lS\Toda\/ESPNNo, 4 


N20 |6| 


Louisvillr ' 


\V 95-73 


N21 161 181 


Illinois ' 


L 80-90 


N22 |6| 


Davton ' 


1, 71-77 


N29 11311231 


al Wisconsin ■ (OT) 


L 75-78 


D2 113! 


Michifian ' 


« 82-51 


D3 1131 


George Washington 


W 71-63 


D6 |19| 


Slon\ Bnwk 


W 107-59 


D9 1191 


at Pennsylvania 


W 87-81 


D13 [201 


IMBC 


W 93-67 


D23 [201 


Norfolk Stale 


tt 123-79 


D27 [181 


Chicago State 


W 117-55 


D30 [18[ 


IMES 


W 105-53 


J2 1171 


• al Clemson 


W 104-92 


J6 1171 


• Georgia Tech 


W 93-80 


JIO 1141 [9[ 


• No. Carolina 


L 83-86 


J14 [141 


• at Florida State 


W 76-55 


J17 [12[[10[ 


• Wake Forest 


W 81-71 


J21 1121 


• at NC State 


W 75-61 


J27 [8[ |2[ 


• Duke IIITI 


1, 96-98 


J31 [9[[11[ 


• at Virginia 


L 78-99 


F4 [9[ 


• Clemson 


W 69-54 


F6 [13[ 


• al Georgia Itch 


L 62-72 



FIO 1131 HI 


• al No Carolina 


L 82-96 


F14 [171 


• Florida Slate 


L 71-74 


F17 1I7H231 


• al Wake Forest 


H 73-57 


F20 1201 


• \C Slale 


tt 95-66 


F'24 120111li| 


Oklahoma 


« 68-60 


F27 1161 12[ 


• al Duke 


n 91-80 


M3 1161 |7[ 


• Mrginia 


W 102-67 


M9 11 111221 


Wake Forest ' 


H 71-53 


MIO 1111 [3[ 


Duke' 


L 82-84 


MI5 [111 


George Mason ' 


W 83-80 


M17 1111 


Georgia Slale ' 


W 79-60 


M22 1111[2I[ 


Georgetoftn *^ 


W 76-66 


M24 1I11 12[ 


Stanlord ' 


W 87-73 


M31 1111 111 


liuke ■ 


L 84-95 



l-Maut InutaUonal at iahaina. Hanaii (latiaina 
Ci\ic CenUrl: 2- \CfMg Jen Challenge at Milwau- 
kee. ll/Sf iBradley Center}. 3-BB&J Classic at 
Washington. DC IMCI Centerl. -i-ACC Tourna- 
menl at .Mlanta. Ga. (Georgia Dome). 5-VCA4 
West Region Firs! and Second Round al Boise. 
Idaho (BSl Pii\iliun). 6-\C\\ West Regional at 
inaheim. Cslil t \rnn\hvail I'unit al \iulmml 
7-\C\\ Final Four at Minneapolis. Minn illHH 
Mvtnidotnel 



2001-02 

Record: 32-4 H: 15-0 ,\: 7-2 N: 


10-2 


«:c: 


15-1. \C 


; Regular Season Champion 


Postseason: NCU Naiional Champion. AP No. 
4. ISATodawESPNNo. I 


N8 


|2| 


Arizona ' 


1. 67-71 


N9 


|2|[16| 


Temple ' 


W 82-74 


N17 


|2| 


\merican 


W 83-53 


N24 


|6| 


Delaware Slale 


W 77-53 


N27 


|5| |21 


Illinois - 


W 76-63 


1)2 


|5| 


Princeton ■ 


W 61-53 


D3 


|3| 


Connecticut ' 


W 77-65 


D9 


|3| 


Detroit 


W 79-54 


Dll 


|3| 


Monmoulh 


W 91-35 


D2I 


|2||221 


at i^klahoma 


1, 56-72 


D27 


|8| 


William & Marx 


W 103-75 


D30 


|8| 


• al NC Slale 


W 72-65 


J3 


m 


Norfolk Slale 


W 92-69 


J9 


HI 


• Nti Carolina 


W 112-79 


J13 


HI 


• al Georgia Tech 


tt 92-87 


J17 


|3| |l| 


• al Duke 


I. 78-99 


J20 


|3| 


• Clemson 


H 99-90 


J23 


|3I|21| 


• al Wake Forest 


W 85-63 


J26 


|31 


• Florida Slate 


W 84-63 


J31 


|3| |8| 


•alMrginia 


W 91-87 


F3 


|3| 


• NC State 


W 89-73 


FIO 


|31 


• at No Canilina 


W 92-77 


F13 


|31 


• Georgia Tech 


W 85-65 


F17 


|3| |1| 


• Duke 


H 87-73 


F20 


|2| 


• at Clemson 


W 84-68 


F24 


|2||20| 


• WakeFnresl 


tt 90-89 


F27 


|2| 


• at Florida Slale 


tt 96-63 


M3 


|2| 


• \irglnia 


tt 112-92 


M8 


|2| 


Florida Slale ' 


tt 85-59 


M9 


|2| 


NC State ' 


L 82-86 


MI5 


HI 


Siena ' 


tt 85-70 


M17 


HI 


Wisconsin ' 


W 87-57 


M22 


[4[[161 


KentuckT* 


tt 78-68 


M24 


Hllioi 


Connecticut* 


W 90-82 


M30 


HI |2| 


Kansas ' 


W 97-88 


Al 


HI 


Indiana ' 


tt 64-52 



l-Coaches \s. Cancer IKOy Classic at Men York, 
\.Y (Madison Square Garden!: 2-.\CC/Blg Ten 
Challenge al College Park. Md. (Cole Field House I : 
3-BB&T t:iassic al Washington. DC (MCI Cen- 
ter!: -/- \Cl' Tournament al (liarlolte \ (.'. ll'.har- 
Inlte Coliseum}. 5-Ntl.l East Re^on First and 
Second Round al Washington. D.C. (MdCenter!: 
6-,\CA4 East Regional a( S\Tacuse. .\.Y (Carrier 
[hme): 7-\Ci^ Final Four al .Mlanla. Ga. (Geor- 
gia Dome} 



Series Records 



Opponent (GP) 


Record 


Air Force (2| 


2-0 


.Alabama (31 


3-0 


Alaska ( 1 1 


1-0 


Alcorn Slate ( 1 ) 


1-0 


American (111 


10-1 


Al-PuertoRicu(l| 


1-0 


Appalachian Slate (2) 


2-0 


Arizona (3) 


D-3 


Arizona State (2| 


1-1 


Arkansas (2) 1-1 


Army (4) 


3-1 


Aogusla College (1) 


1-0 


Ball Slate (1| 


1-0 


Ballimorc Citv (3) 


2-1 


[!isc,i\Tif ijillege (d 


1-0 


lii.sl.Hi Ijilleae (41 


3-1 


Buston lni\ersir\ (3) 


2-1 


Brown (3) 


3-0 


Bucknell (6) 


6-0 


Buffalo (4| 


4-0 


California (1) 


1-0 


California-ir\ine (1) 


1-0 


California-Santa Barbara (1) 


1-0 


Canisius(7| 


7-0 


Catholic (22) 


12-10 


Central Florida (I) 


1-0 


Cliaminade (11 


1-0 


College of Charleston (1) 


0-1 


Chicago Slale (2| 


2-0 


Cit\ College of New York (2) 1-1 


Cincinnati (2) 


2-0 


The Citadel (1) 


1-0 


Clemson (122) 


80-42 


ClevelaniJ State ID 


1-0 


Coastal Camlina (1) 


1-0 


Columbia (2) 


2-0 


Connecticut (4) 


2-2 


Coppiu Slate (I) 


0-1 


Cornell (1) 


1-0 


Creigbton (2) 


2-0 


Da\1dson (2) 


1-1 


Darton (4) 


2-2 


Delaware |3| 


2-1 


Delaware College (1) 


0-1 


Delaware State (3) 


3-0 


DePaul (2) 


2-0 


DePauw (2) 


2-0 


Detroit (1) 


1-0 


Duke (150) 


54-96 


Duquesne (7) 


7-0 


East Carolina (61 


6-0 


Eastern Kentuckx 91) 


1-0 


East Tennessee State (2) 


2-0 


Evansville (2) 1-1 


Fairleigh Dickinson (5) 


5-0 


Florida (11 


1-0 


Florida loternational (1) 


1-0 


Fhirida State (26) 


20-6 


Fordham (8) 


7-1 


Callaudel (14) 


7-7 


(leorge Mason (5) 


5-0 


lieorge Washington (61) 


34-27 


Ceorgetown (61) 


36-25 


Georgia (6) 


2-4 


Oorgia Slale (2) 


2-0 


Georgia Tech (57) 


27-30 


(jonzaga ( 1 ) 


1-0 



Opponent (GP) 


Record 


Hawaii (2) 


2-0 


llawaii-Pacincd) 


1-0 


Hofstra (3) 


3-0 


Holy Ctxjss (4) 


4-0 


Houston (2) 1-1 


Howard (31 


3-0 


Illinois (5) 


3-2 


Indiana (4) 


1-3 


lona(l) 


1-0 


Iowa (2) 


2-0 


Jacksonville (3) 


2-1 


James Madison (1) 


1-0 


Johns Hopkins (19) 


15-4 


Kansas (5) 


2-3 


Kansas S(ate (1) 


1-0 


Kentucky (13) 


5-8 


Kentucky Wesleyan ( I ) 


1-0 


Kent Stated) 


1-0 


Lafayette (4) 


4-0 


Lamar 1 1 ) 


1-0 


La Salle (3) 


3-0 


Lehigh (11 


1-0 


Long Island (7) 


7-0 


Louisiana Stale (4) 


2-2 


Louisville (7) 


2-5 


Loyola (Md.) ((2) 


7-5 


Maine (11 


1-0 


Manhattan (1) 


1-0 


.Marshall (2) 


2-0 


Md.-Balt,CountMlMBCl(12) 


12-0 


Md.-Eastem Shore (HIES) (14) 


14-0 


Massachusetts (6| 


2-4 


Memphis Stale (2) 


0-2 


Miami (Fla 1 (6) 


3-3 


Miami (Ohi(j| (2) 


2-0 


Michigan (5) 


2-3 


Michigan Stated) 


0-1 


Minnesota (21 


2-0 


Mississippi (2) 1-1 


Mississippi State (3) 


0-3 


Missouri (4) 


1-3 


Monmouth (NJ) (2| 


2-0 


Montana Stated) 


1-0 


Morgan State (4) 


4-0 


Mount Saint Joseph (3) 


1-2 


Mount Saint Marvs (3) 


3-0 


Naw (36) 


30-26 


Neyada-l,as\egas(lNL\) (5) 


1-4 


New Mexico A&M (1) 


0-1 


New Abrk Iniversitv (2) 


0-2 


Niagara (1) 


1-0 


Norfolk Slate (1) 


1-0 


North Carolina (157) 


50-107 


INC Ashevilledl 


1-0 


I NC Charlolte ( 1 ) 


1-0 


INC Greensboro (1) 


1-0 


UNC Wilmington (1) 


1-0 


NC Stale (131) 


63-68 


Northeastern ( 1 ) 


1-0 


Northwestern (1) 


1-0 


North Texas |1) 


1-0 


Notre Dame (161 


8-8 


Old Dominion (5) 


4-1 


Ohio State (5) 


3-2 


Ohio lni\ersit\ (1) 


1-0 


Oklahoma (4) 


2-2 


Oklahoma Stated) 


1-0 



Opponent (GP) 


Rerord 


Peon Slate (16) 


8-8 


Pennsylvania (15) 


3-12 


Reno Militan Academy (1) 


0-1 


Pepperdine (1) 


1-0 


Pittsburgh (6) 


5-1 


Princeton (7) 


5-2 


Proyidence (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 State ( 1 ) 


1-0 


St. Francis (Pa) (1) 


1-0 


St. Johns (14) 


8-6 


St. Josephs (31 


3-1 


St. Louis (1) 


1-0 


St. Peters ( 1 1 


1-0 


San Francisco (2) 


2-0 


Santa Clara (2) 1-1 


Seton Hall (3) 


2-1 


Siena (1) 


1-0 


South Carolina (57) 


31-26 


South Carolina State (I) 


1-0 


South Florida (2) 


2-0 


Southern California (ISC) (3) 


3-0 


Southern Illinois (1) 


1-0 


Stanford (3) 


3-0 


Staonton Afilitarv Academy ( 1 ) 


0-1 


Ste\ens (nslitule (5) 


4-1 


Stony Brook ( 1 ) 


1-0 


Syracuse (5) 


5-0 


Tampa (2) 


2-0 


Temple (6) 


3-3 


Tennessee (3) 


2-1 


Tennessee-Chattanooga (2) 


2-0 


Texas-El Paso (2) 


2-0 


T^xasd) 


1-0 


Texas Christian (1 1 


1-0 


Texas Tech (11 


1-0 


Towson(12) 


12-0 


T\)lane(l) 


1-0 


T^ilsa(l) 


1-0 


I'CIA (7) 


2-5 


Itabd) 


1-0 


1 lab Slate ( 1 ) 


1-0 


Aalparaiso ( 1 ) 


1-0 


Aanderbilldl 


1-0 


\illano\a(3) 


1-2 


Airginia 11571 


96-61 


Virginia Militan Institute (49) 


39-10 


Virginia Tecb (251 


22-3 


Hagner ( 1 1 


1-0 


Wake Forest (105) 


55-50 


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 S.Marv (15) 


15-0 


Wlntbrap (3) 


3-0 


Wisconsin (4) 


1-3 


W yoming ( 1 ) 


1-0 


Xavierd) 


1-0 


Valed) 


1-0 



\IXE COIVSECUriVE IMCAA TOURIMAMEIVTS • SWEET SIXTEEIV IIXI SIX OF THE LAST NINE VEARS • TWO COMSECtiTIVE FIIVAL FOURS • 25 WIIVS IIV FOUR STRAIEHT YEARS 




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i ^ 

■ COMCAST CEIVTER WELCOMES THE eOOB MATID^AL CHAMPIOIVS 






Series Results 



Mr Forte 

Maryland leads. 2-0 


1-14-78 H W 


74-73 


12-2-78 A W 


81-68 


Vabama 

Maniand Irads. 3-0 


2-2fi-2:i \l H 


27-21 


12-8-84 A \\ 


59-54 


12-21-85 H W 


60-58 


USo. Ctmf. MrnamtiitatMtM3. 
6'a. 


Alaska- Xnchorage 

Maniand Irads. 1-0 


11-24-84 M W 


54-52 


l-Cn-al Uaska Slmntoul at \n- 
chtirafif, Maska iSallivan Arcnal 


Utorn Stale 

Maniand leads. I-U 


12-30-89 H \\ 


110-91 


American 

Maniand leads. 


10-1 


1926-27 A L 


16-21 


11-27-77 \l W 


78-65 


12-2-8(1 H W 


95-65 


1-3-83 11 W 


73-71 


1-29-91 11 W 


72-69 


11-30-91 H W 


93-68 


12-10-92 H W 


98-67 


12-30-94 11 W 


98-77 


12-23-95 H W 


104-79 


12-21-96 H W 


81-74 


11-17-01 H tt 


83-53 


I-DpltffTtmnamcnlalLantttntT. 
IM ICapilal CeiUni 


Al of Puerto Rico 

Maniand leads. 1-0 


11-26-98 \l U 


82-32 


l-I'U(i'!ii Rica ^haolout at 
Bayaman. PR lEugcnla Guerra 
SporW Cmpin) 


Appalachian State 

Maniand leads. 2-0 


1-2-73 H \\ 


96-50 


12-18-76 H W 


76-74 


Arizona 

Maniand trails. U-3 


12-27-63 M L 


54-57 


3-19-98 N2 L 


79-87 


11-8-01 \3 [. 


67-71 



t-l-:\,in^\illf Ili)lii1,i\ rmimimrnl 
(Roberts Simliuml: 2- W. 1 1 /iiwr- 
natJifntal \naheim. Calif (\nm\- 
head htnd of Analivim). 3- 
Coaches vs. Cancer IKO!\ Classic 
at i\e\v York. .^', ), (Madison Square 
Garden) ^_^ 

{rixona Stale 

The series is tied. 1-1 

12-30-,i:< \l W 63-50 
11-2:{-;M \2 L il(l-97 
l-\ll-\mrru\in(:il\ linnnimnitnl 
llwrnshorn. K\ , I'-W./i/; ii}\il,i- 
Ikinaial iahama, Ujwjii lUliama 
Civic Center) 

Ai'kansas 

The series is lied. 1-1 

12-:Ul-87 H W 88-61 
12-10-88 A L 68-73 

Aiitt} 

Maniand trails. 4-8 

1-7-39 A L 2>45 
2-18-42 A L 32-44 



2-6-43 A 


L 


40-44 


3-1-44 A 


L 


22-85 


2-28-45 A 


L 


34-54 


2-27-46 A 


L 


25-52 


2-24-47 A 


W 


57-54 


1-31-48 A 


1, 


44-48 


12-29-66 Nl 


tt 


57-54 


12-19-69 H2 


L 


54-69 


12-21-77 H 


W 


99-77 


12-2-89 N3 


W 


78-60 



J-CharliiUi- linilaliaaal at Cliar- 
Intte. \i: (t:tiarhlle(:nlisettmj:2- 
Maniand ln\itiiliiaial at College 
Park m llkilf l-kitt House): 3- 
f>Rtral Pidelll) C/.ks((' at Rictl- 
moitd \a IRahbm lU'nterj 

Augusta College 

Maniand leads. 1-0 

11-27-89 H W 105-74 

Bainbridge \at} 

Maniand trails. 0-2 

12-21-43 11 L 20-52 
1-24-44 \ 1, 25-78 

Ball State 

Maniand leads. 1-0 

11-30-76 H W 86-70 

Baltimore til} 
College 

Mar>1and leads. 2- 1 

2-21-14 H 1. 

1-21-36 H W 55-33 
1-4-38 A W 50-32 

Biscafve 

Maniand leads. 1-0 

12-9-78 H W 86-60 

Boston ('.ollege 

Mar>land leads. 3- 1 

3-11-58 M W 86-63 
12-30-73 112 W 58-37 
12-24-83 11 U 89-78 

12-3-90 ^3 1, 85-100 
/-,V(.'A1 Toumanieni at Vcii )ork 
City. ^. i- (Madison Scinare Gar- 
dens): ^-Maryland Invitational at 
t:ollege Park. Md ICole Field 
House): 3-Aa:mig t:ast chal- 
lenge at Rictimond. \a- (Rlcti- 
mond Coliseum) 



Boston ittiversit} 

\lanlani1lfails. 3-1 


12-8-75 


11 


tt 


122-82 


2-11-80 


H 


W 


99-76 


1-20-90 


Nl 


h 


61-65 


1-22-91 


H 


W 


85-59 


/-at Boston Mass 
deni 


IBoston Gar- 


Bronn 

Maniand leads. 3-0 


12-1-71 


H 


w 


100-83 


11-29-72 


H 


w 


127-82 


12-8-79 


H 


w 


72-59 


Buchnell 

Maniand leads. 6-0 


12-22-76 


H 


w 


106-72 


11-25-77 


H 


w 


95-62 


11-24-78 


H 


v\ 


107-97 


12-22-79 


H 


w 


95-73 


1-19-87 


H 


w 


77-68 


12-3-94 


H 


w 


102-64 



Bufliilo 

Maniand leads. 


4-0 


12-1-69 H W 


97-77 


12-5-70 H W 


109-70 


1-25-72 H W 


82-58 


2-11-73 H W 


93-64 


California 

Maniand leads. 


1-0 


12-8-91) M U 


80-64 


l-Franklin \alit<n:il Hank t'l.issir 
atL:nido\n. Md (IS\ir \irna} 


Canisius 

Maryland leads. 


7-0 


12-17-71 H H 


86-77 


12-9-72 H W 


107-80 


1-22-74 H W 


86-73 


12-23-78 H W 


128-103 


1-20-82 H W 


91-73 


12-4-82 \ W 


67-66 


12-3-83 H W 


77-55 


Carroll Institute 

Maniand trails. 0-1 


1904-05 L 


Catholic 

Maniand leads. 


12-10 


1910-11 H H 


35-30 


1-14-14 A L 


1-31-14 H L 


1-25-19 Nl L 


7-25 


3-3-19 M L 


12-14 


1923-24 H L 


13-30 


H L 


14-20 


1924-25 A W 


18-14 


H W 


27-17 


1-11-30 H W 


37-30 


2-6-31 A W 


24-21 


2-3-32 H W 


39-34 


1-25-33 A L 


27-29 


2-2-34 H W 


33-25 


2-12-33 A L 


29-45 


2-15-36 H L 


29-40 


2-12-38 H W 


49-33 


2-20-39 A W 


40-38 


2-17-40 H W 


46-31 


1-29-44 11 W 


33-31 


2-8-44 \ L 


33-53 


12-10-79 H W 


113-79 


l-al naslilneton H/l'.l 


Central Florida 

Maniand leads. 1-0 


2-16-87 11 tt 


73-55 


Chaminade 

Maniand leads. 


1-0 


11-21-94 Nl W 


95-67 


l-Maui Invltalional al Ijaiiaina. 
Haaali ILahalna Civic tenter) 


Chicago Slate 

Maniand leads. 2-0 


12-2-96 H tt 


94-44 


12-27-00 H W 


117-55 


CCTl 

The series Is lied. I-I 


1924-25 H W 


22-16 


12-31-41 A L 


40-57 


Cincinnati 

Maniand leads. 


2-1 


2-2-49 Al L 


33-70 


12-30-54 N2 ft 


78-61 


2-19-95 N3 ft 


74-72 


t-at tjncmati. linh (1/ik«' Halt). 
2- \II- \mrrican CIt} lournamcnl al 
Oiicn,s7)((ni, Ky. :t-at San \nlonto. 
Te\as ( \lamiidome) 



The Citadel 

Maniand leads. 


2-0 


3-4-38 M 


tt 


43-43 


2-26-47 11 


H 


32-40 


l-So Cunl. IhurnamentalRalelgli. 
fi.C.lRc\mldsi;aliscdm) 


Clemson 

Maniand leads. 80-42 


12-15-38 11 


tt 


45-35 


3-4-39 M 


1. 


27-39 


1-1-40 11 


W 


53-26 


1-27-40 \ 


1. 


30-48 


12-19-40 11 


1, 


34-48 


1-10-48 11 


ft 


49-42 


2-23-48 ^ 


W 


63-61 


12-18-48 H 


ft 


74-50 


2-20-49 \ 


L 


49-68 


12-16-49 11 


L 


55-60 


2-25-50 A 


L 


68-70 


2-3-51 A 


1. 


44-50 


2-19-51 H 


W 


54-50 (OT) 


3-1-51 M 


ft 


50-48 


12-4-53 A 


W 


81-41 


1-6-54 11 


W 


79-54 


3-4-54 N2 


W 


75-59 


1-8-55 A 


ft 


71-63 


2-15-55 H 


W 


68-66 


1-7-56 A 


W 


71-63 


2-14-56 H 


W 


81-69 


1-4-57 A 


ft 


59-52 


2-25-57 11 


ft 


74-65 


1-4-58 A 


L 


66-73 


2-l3-,58 H 


ft 


72-54 


l-10-,59 A 


L 


46-55 


2-16-59 H 


ft 


77-58 


2-15-60 11 


ft 


70-55 


2-26-60 \ 


W 


66-59 (20T) 


2-10-BI A 


L 


59-76 


2-25-61 H 


W 


82-80 (OTI 


3-2-61 N2 


ft' 


91-75 


2-10-62 A 


L 


61-73 


2-24-62 H 


L 


68-75 


2-9-63 A 


L 


60-62 


2-23-63 11 


ft 


69-67 


12-16-63 H 


ft 


56-48 


2-28-64 \ 


L 


68-83 


3-5-64 N2 


1. 


67-81 


1-8-65 A 


ft 


67-65 (20T) 


2-26-65 H 


ft 


88-71 


3-4-65 N2 


ft 


61-50 


1-29-66 A 


. 


66-71 


2-26-66 H 




69-81 


1-16-67 11 


ft 


68-48 


2-25-67 A 


I 


61-65 


1-15-68 A 


L 


93-94 I20TI 


2-24-68 H 


ft 


81-68 


1-1.3-69 11 


ft 


83-78 


2-22-69 A 


ft 


84-83 


1-12-70 A 


ft 


75-68 


2-23-70 H 


ft 


103-85 


1-11-71 H 


ft 


56-52 


2-23-71 A 


L 


45-51 (OTI 


1-8-72 A 


L 


61-63 


2-19-72 H 


ft 


67-57 


3-9-72 N3 


W 


54-52 


1-6-73 A 


ft 


79-75 


2-17-73 H 


W 


69-66 


3-8-73 N3 


ft 


77-61 


1-5-74 11 


W 


89-60 


2-16-74 A 


ft 


56-54 


1-22-75 A 


L 


82-83 


2-26-75 11 


ft 


70-64 


1-21-76 11 


i. 


77-82 


2-14-76 A 


ft 


98-89 


1-19-77 A 


L 


71-93 


2-12-77 H 


W 


84-78 


1-16-78 H 


w 


90-75 


2-11-78 A 


w 


80-75 


1-17-79 A 


w 


77-63 


2-10-79 H 


w 


77-69 


3-1-79 N3 


ft 


75-67 


1-16-80 11 


ft 


84-83 



2-9-80 


A 


L 


81-90 


2-29-80 


N3 


ft 


91-85 


1-17-81 


\ 


ft 


68-62 |I)T) 


2-12-81 


H 


ft 


72-70 


1-16-82 


H 


ft 


62-57 


2-13-82 


A 


L 


66-75 


1-19-83 


A 


ft 


80-61 


2-19-83 


H 


W 


92-88 


1-17-84 


H 


ft 


85-72 


2-18-84 


A 


ft 


66-65(31)71 


1-16-85 


H 


ft 


94-84 


2-17-85 


A 


L 


64-71 


2-8-86 


H 


ft 


78-69 


2-1.5-86 


A 


L 


60-70 


1-17-87 


A 


1, 


64-72 


2-4-87 


H 


1, 


79-80 


1-9-88 


H 


ft 


68-53 


2-10-88 


A 


ft 


70-66 


1-7-89 


A 


L 


,38-75 


2-7-89 


H 


ft 


98-87 


1-6-90 


A 


L 


77-82 


2-7-911 


11 


L 


7,3-75 


1-5-91 


H 


ft 


81-63 


2-6-91 


A 


L 


69-73 


1-25-92 


H 


ft 


84-71 


2-22-92 


A 


L 


70-82 


3-8-92 


ri4 


ft 


81-75 


1-26-93 


A 


L 


72-82 


2-27-93 


H 


L 


73-81 


1-26-94 


H 


ft 


73-53 


2-26-94 


A 


L 


67-73 


1-25-95 


A 


ft 


56-51 


2-25-95 


H 


ft 


84-68 


1-24-96 


H 


vv 


65-60 


2-24-96 


A 


L 


61-68 


1-15-97 


H 


L 


63-67 


2-8-97 


A 


L 


68-80 


3-7-97 


N3 


ft 


76-61 


12-4-97 


A 


L 


65-78 (OTI 


1-24-98 


H 


ft 


74-69 


1-24-99 


A 


ft 


81-79 (OT) 


2-24-99 


H 


ft 


77-60 


1-22-00 


H 


ft 


74-62 


2-22-00 


A 


ft 


76-63 


1-2-01 


A 


W 


104-92 


2-4-01 


H 


ft 


69-54 


1-20-02 


H 


ft 


99-90 


2-20-02 


A 


ft 


84-68 



l-Sii I'ont TnurnamenI at Ralelgli. 
.Vt IRemolds Collseutnt: P-IO; 
Tournament al Raleigh. V C 
IRemilds Coliseum): 3-.W,C Jbur- 
nament at Greensboro. ^.C 
iGreensboro Coliseum): 4-ACC 
Tournament at Charlotte. ^.C 
ICharlolte Coliseum) 

ia: si:kii:s ritoiiu: 

TlTps al Home: 47-1) 

Ttrps al Cole ITrlil lliiuse: 40-7 
T>rpH at Comrasl Center: 0-0 
Ter|)s on Ihi- 8(1. 111: 23-31 
IVrps al \eu1ral Mies: Ul-3 



Trips >liiie l!)3:l-.'i4:7fi-:H 

tasi loiiauie.s:!)-! 

Current Streak? IM mm )) 

LonccNl I M ft In streak: 1 1 

Luilic-I (I Will Mlr.lk: I _ 
lMtie^\ Ulii Maiuill: In i:';l<41 

ohIXt -I. Iiirill 

Urgesllws Margin: 22 (93-71 

on, Ian 19. 1977) 

Most t M Tolnts Sfored: 104 
Most CI Points Stored: 94 



Cleieland State 

Maryland leads. 1-0 

12-5-84 H W 95-84 

Coastal Carolina 

Maniand leads. 1-0 

1-2-00 H W 100-48 



Colgate 

Maniand leads. 


1-0 


12-8-94 H ft 


113-53 


College of 
Charleston 

Maniand trails. 


(I-I 


3-13-97 \1 L 


66-73 


/-AC 11 TouriiameiH at Memphis. 
Trnn (The l\raniid) 


Columbia 

.Maniand leads. 


2-0 


1924-23 \ ft 


24-23 


12-28-63 M ft 


82-76 


l-Evans\ille Holiday Tournament 
(Roberts Utadium) 


Connecticut 

Maniand trails. 


2-3 


2-15-41 H L 


43-52 


12-4-89 M L 


65-87 


3-23-95 N2 L 


89-99 


12-3-01 ^3 ft 


77-65 


3-24-02 N4 ft 


90-82 



i:\CC/Big East Challenge at Hart- 
ford. Conti. (Hartford CMc Cen- 
ter). 2-\C\ 1 Totini.inu'nl at 0,7A- 
\,m\.i'.ihl {iiAlimtCuU^viimj.'J- 
Bfi&lCldssti.itWa'ilwiiiiUm.UC 
(MCI Center); -i-MiU East Re- 
gional at S},Taeuse. i\.}, (Carrier 
Doine) 



Coppin State 

Maniand trails. 0-1 


12-12-89 11 L 


63-70 


Cornell 

Maniand leads. 


1-0 


11-27-93 H W 


92-41 


Creighton 

Maniand leads. 2-0 


3-18-75 M ft 


83-79 


3-13-99 \2 ft 


75-63 


l-^Ci\ Tournament at Lubbock. 
Texas (Memorial l^oliseum): 2- 
ACH Toumanieni at Orlamhi. Fla 
(Orlando \renal 


Datldson 

Maniand leads. 


6-3 


12-16-38 11 W 


44-27 


12-16-47 11 ft 


59-58 


3-4-48 M 1, 


51-58 


1-4-49 \2 1, 


49-52 


2-18-30 II tt 


64-61 


2-1-31 \ U 


Dt-33 


3-1-32 II ft 


71-48 


12-28-66 \3 ft 


66-65 


12-27-68 ■« L 


69-83 



I -So Conl Tournament at 
Durham. VC ([)uke Indoor Sta- 
dium): 2-al ('harloltesville. \a. 

IMemnrial ('Amnamm): 3-Char- 
lolte ln\ italional al C.harlolte. \ C 
(Charlotte Coliseum) 

l)a}lo» 

The series is Hod. 2-2 

l2-;tlMi,-. M U 77-73 
2-13-84 H U r.1-39 
l-j-85 A L 63-67 
11-22-00 m I 71-77 
(•Sugar Bowl Tournament al \e\\ 
Orleans. La. (Loyola Field House): 
2-Maui Invitalional al Lahaina. 
Hawaii (Lahaina Cl\1c Center) 



Delaware 

The series is tied. 2-2 



1910-11 


A 


L 


14-23 


3-4-14 


A 


L 




12-29-69 


H 


V/ 


94-58 


12-1-70 


H 


W 


86-73 


Delanare Slate 

Maniand leads. 3-0 


11-2,3-89 


11 


ft 


87-53 


1-17-96 


11 


ft 


118-55 


11-24-01 


H 


w 


77-53 


DePaul 

Maniand leads. 


2-0 


12-12-76 


H 


tt 


92-74 


12-7-98 


\l 


ft 


92-75 


l-BISHT Classic al Washlnglon 
ii.C (MCI Center) 


OePaun 

Maniand leads. 2-0 


12-12-74 


H 


ft 


113-49 


12-3-75 


H 


ft 


99-42 


Detroit 

Maniand leads. 


1-0 


12-9-01 


H 


ft 


79-54 


Dickinson College 

Maryland leads. 1-0 


2-19-38 


H 


ft 


57-27 


Duke 

Maniand trails. 54-96 


1925-26 


H 


ft 


41-20 


1-9-30 


H 


L 


27-28 


2-20-30 


A 


L 


24-39 


I-15-3I 


H 


ft 


32-24 


2-20-32 


A 


ft' 


20-18 lOTI 


1-12-33 


H 


W 


30-28 


1-11-34 


H 


ft' 


37-33 


1-11-35 


H 


L 


39-48 


2-1-36 


H 


ft 


38-34 


3-5-36 


M 


ft 


47-35 


1-16-37 


H 


L 


31-34 


1-30-37 


A 


L 


30-34 


1-1.5-38 


H 


ft 


40-35 


1-29-38 


A 


L 


34-44 


3-5-38 


Nl 


L 


32-35 


1-13-39 


H 


ft 


37-34 


2-2-39 


A 


ft 


60-44 


1-9-40 


H 


ft 


32-30 


1-30-40 


\ 


1. 


37-48 


3-1-40 


M 


L 


32-44 


I-II-4I 


11 


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 


1. 


43-411 


1-6-45 


A 


L 


24-51 


2-22-45 


m 


L 


49-76 


1-4-46 


A 


L 


25-59 


1-25-46 


H 


ft 


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-,33 


M 


ft 


74-63 


2-16-54 


11 


L 


(il-68 


12-7-54 


H 


ft 


49-47 


12-17-54 


A 


L 


61-68 


1-14-56 


A 


L 


62-76 


2-7-56 


H 


L 


70-82 


3-1-56 


N2 


L 


69-94 


1-10-57 


H 


ft 


62-51 


1-31 -.57 


A 


L 


60-72 


1-8-58 


H 


ft 


74-49 


2-21-58 


A 


L 


59-68 




s 
> 
a 



2 
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IMIIXIE CONSECUTIVE IMCAA TOLIRIVAMEIVTS • SWEET SIXTEEM IIM SIX OF THE LAST IMIIME YEARS • TWO COIXISECUTIVE FIIVAL FDDRS • 25 WINS IIM FOUR STRAIGHT YEARS 



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3-7-58 N2 W 71-65 lOT) 




1-7-59 H W 64-31 




1-17-59 \ 1. 69-78 




1-16-60 A « 56-48 




2- 18-60 11 tt 71-61 




1-14-61 A 1. 62-70 




2-16-61 H W 76-71 




1-13-62 A L 68-84 




2-13-62 H L 53-79 




3-1-62 N2 L 58-71 




12-9-62 A L 56-92 




2-19-63 H L 70-76 




2-8-64 11 L 72-104 




2-22-64 A L 63-84 




2-1-65 A L 64-82 




2-23-65 H VV 85-82 




1-13-66 A L 61-76 




2-19-66 H L 69-74 




1-14-67 H L 69-72 lOT) 




2-18-67 \ I 58-81 




1-13-68 H L 52-84 




2-6-68 \ 1. 64-85 




1-11-69 A L 85-96 




2-10-69 H L 83-93 




1-28-70 H « 52-50 




2-21-70 \ L 76-87 




2-6-71 A « 88-79 




2-13-71 H L 67-70 




2-5-72 H W 77-58 




2-26-72 A L 59-68 




2-3-73 A L 81-85 




2-24-73 H « 96-68 




2-2-74 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 N4 « 80-78 (OT) 




2-5-77 A W 65-64 ((IT| 




2-19-77 H W 85-72 




1-4-78 H L 78-88 




2-18-78 A . 70-81 




3-2-78 \3 . 6'l-81 




2-3-79 A L 78-87 




2-17-79 H « 70-68 




2-2-80 H W 101-82 




2-16-80 A L 61-66 




3-1-80 N3 L 72-73 




1-10-81 H W 94-79 




2-7-81 A 1. 54-55 




3-5-81 N4 tt 56-53 




1-9-82 A tt 40-36 




2-6-82 H W 77-60 




1-15-83 H L 67-86 




2-21-83 \ 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 (OT) 




2-9-85 A L 62-70 




3-8-85 \5 L 73-86 




1-4-86 H L 75-81 




1-25-86 \ L 68-80 




1-14-87 H , 61-85 




2-7-87 A . 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^ 


ni^- 1-13-90 A L 80-91 


~ In^ 


^nh, 2-10-90 H I lll-I14(0n 


,, Id 


Jk 3-9-90 \6 L 84-104 


'-^-S 


BSb" 1-12-91 H . 78-94 




£ 2-9-91 A , 81-101 




3 1-8-92 H , 66-83 




S 2-20-92 A , 89-91 




3 3-9-92 N6 . 87-94 




X 1-30-93 H . 62-78 




■! 3-3-93 A , 79-95 




u 1-29-94 A . 62-75 




„ 3-2-94 H . 69-73 




5 1-28-95 H « 74-72 




p 3-1-95 A W 94-92 




J 1-28-96 A L 73-83 




t| 2-28-96 H 1, 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 


L 


70-80 


2-9-00 


A 


W 


98-87 


3-12-00 


N6 


I 


68-81 


1-27-01 


H 


I 


96-98 (OT) 


2-27-01 


A 


W 


91-80 


3-10-01 


N7 


L 


82-84 


3-31-01 


N8 


L 


84-95 


1-17-02 


A 


L 


78-99 


2-17-02 


H 


W 


87-73 



Fairleigh Dickinson 

Manland leads. 5-0 



l-So. Cmt Tbumamenl3tRala0, 
VC IRewoUs IjilKPuml: 2-lCC 
Tournumfnt al A'a/e/^h. \ C 
IRetnoldsCtillseumliS-KCTmr- 
namenl at Greensburo. AC. 
(Greensboro Coliseum): 4-\CC 
Tournamenl al Lanflo\er Urf 
ICapilal Centre): 5-\CC Tourna- 
ment al Atlanta. Ga (Omni): ti- 
\CC Tournament al CItarlotte. \C 
tCharlotte Ciiliseum): 7-iCC Ttiur- 
nameni at Mlanta. Ga {Georgia 
Domel:8-\CU Final Four alMin- 
neapolis. Minn lllllll \lelm(liimel 

ICC SERIES PROFILE 

Tf rps al Honif : 33-34 

Tcrps al Coif Held Housf : 22-25 
Terps al Comcasl Ce uler: 0-Q 
Terps onllif Roa d: 14-49 
Tfr|i > al \i-iliia l Sllr!.:;-i:t 
Tcrp!. slncr 1953-54: W-T.) 

LasI 10 Games: :i-7 

CmTenl SIreat: IM won 1 
Longesl IM Wig Strejik: 7 



lenfieslDI HlnSlreaii: 

liirsrsi Win Margin: :«|M-:il 

on Jan. 7, 1959) 

largest Loss Margin: 36 (92-56 

iinDcr 9 1%2I 

MosI I M Polnis Scored: 1 1 1 
MosI Dl Polnis Scored: 114 



Bnquesne 

Maryland leads. 7-0 

2-9-72 11 W 85-71 

2-21-73 \ W 81-71 

2-20-74 H W 98-72 

2-23-75 K W 103-82 
12-11-82 H W 85-64 

12-10-83 A « 78-67 

11-23-98 H W 81-47 

East Carolina 

Mapland leads. 6-0 
11-29-75 H U 127-84 
12-8-76 11 U 80-69 
12-7-77 11 W 130-106 
12-16-78 H \\ 82-71 



2-I3-f 



H W 85-72 



12-10-87 H W 75-59 

Eastern henlucli} 

Manland leads. 1-0 

12-,5-73 H W 106-57 



Easi Tennessee 
Stale 

Mar>1aiid leads. 2-0 

3-1-75 H W 104-87 
12-23-89 \1 W 91-86 
I -Ctiaminade Christmas Classic at 
Honalulu, Hanail iBIalsdellCenlerl 

E}aHS\1lle 

The series Is lied. M 

12-31-53 M W 66-58 
12-30-91 N2 1, 64-75 
l-MI-.\merlcan City Tournamenl at 
Onensbom. Ky.: 2-Ficstii Bowi 
Classic at Tucson. .\rlz. (McKale 
Center) 



12-10-80 


11 


W 


109-83 


12-3-85 


11 


W 


74-51 


12-29-86 


H 


W 


70-59 


11-18-97 


11 


W 


81-70 


11-22-99 


H 


W 


104-45 


Florida 

Maoland trails. 0-1 


2-26-32 


M 


L 


24-39 


l-So Coiif Tournament al Mtanta. 

r,a 


Florida 
Inlfriiiilional 

Manlanil Ic.iils. 1-0 


ll-2.".-!l7 


II 


tt 


117-70 


Horida State 

Manland leads. 20-6 


1-18-92 


11 


1. 


83-91 (OTl 


2-5-92 


\ 


W 


93-85 


1-13-93 


\ 


I. 


85-105 


2-13-93 


H 


L 


84-87 


1-11-94 


H 


tt 


811-74 


2-12-94 


A 


W 


69-66 


1-111-95 


\ 


W 


70-57 


2-11-95 


H 


w 


80-65 


3-10-95 


M 


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 


tt 


73-57 


1-7-98 


H 


W 


81-74 


2-7-98 


A 


W 


68-62 


1-27-99 


11 


W 


107-87 


2-27-99 


\ 


W 


84-75 


3-5-99 


M 


w 


93-69 


1 -29-00 


A 


w 


82-63 


3-1-00 


11 


w 


85-70 


3-10-00 


\2 


w 


82-61 


1-14-01 


\ 


w 


76-55 


2-14-01 


H 


L 


71-74 


1-26-02 


11 


tt 


84-63 


2-27-02 


\ 


W 


96-63 


3-8-02 


\2 


\\ 


85-59 


/-Iff Touriiamem al Greensboro. 
\ (,' (Gn-ensburtt Coliseum). 2- 
:\CC Tournament at Cbariolte. VC 
iCbarlotle Coliseum} 



iCC SERIES PROFILE 

Ttrps al Home: R-3 

ttrys al Cole Held House: 8-3 
Ten>sal (■oin( as i Tcnler: 0-0 

Terp s nil the Road; 8- 1 

Tn\i- .11 Nciika l Sllcs: j-ll 
Tpi |is sirii I- I 'I 53-34: 211-6 
l.ivl I(II,.iiiiia:JM 

(lllM'lll Mil, Ik: 1 M«nn_3 

[iill^rM I M "ill MliMk:|n 

koiie.-l I -I HlllMliMkiJ 

laisrsi »lii M.iriin; ;; (96-63 

on Kfl) 27, 2IIII2I 

liireesl l«s Margin: 22(100-78 

onl'rh HI 19961 

MosI L M Polnis Stored: 1117 
MosI f>>l Polnis Scored: 105 



Fordham 

Manland leads. 7-1 


12-6-56 H 


1. 


62-68 


12-7-57 A 


W 


61-38 


12-29-59 M 


W 


76-54 


12-20-69 112 


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 'lilm' (irass Festival al ioms\ille. 

K\ iKniliiih Sfdfc f',iirsrx>un(ls 
l\i\iti(>iil. ^-\Lir\kmi1 liniUilional 
J/ lAilk'iic I'ark. \hl {(aiIc Field 
Houne) 



Fort Behoir 

Manland trails. 0-1 


1-26-44 


H 


L 


29-60 


Gallaudet 

Manland leads. 7-6 


1-11-11 


\ 


L 


30-58 


1910-11 


H 


L 


27-54 


1-21-14 


A 


L 


15-79 


2-14-14 


H 


L 




1-18-19 


M 


W 


27-26 


2-15-19 


M 


L 


9-33 


1923-24 


H 


W 


42-28 


1924-23 


H 


W 


25-14 


1925-26 


H 


W 


40-13 


1926-27 


H 


W 


39-26 


1-18-28 


II 


W 


45-20 


1-7-31 


H 


W 


38-29 


12-21-44 


H 


L 


26-27 


l-al Wastiington ]MC\ 


George Mason 

Manland leads. 5-0 


12-5-81 


H 


W 


74-62 


11-26-85 


A 


tt 


81-80 


12-22-89 


M 


W 


104-86 


12-27-99 


H 


W 


69-66 


3-15-01 


\2 


W 


83-80 


i-Cbaminade Cbrislmas Classic at 
Honolulu. Hawaii IBIaisdeil teen- 
ier): 2-\C U Tournamenl al Boise. 
Idaho IBSl Pa\illon) 


Georgetonn 

Manland leads. 36-25 


1910-11 


A 


L 


25-31 


1-28-14 


A 


, 




3-11-35 


H 


, 


24-25 


2-21-36 


A 


w 


47-39 


2-20-37 


H 


I. 


27-39 


1-12-38 


\ 


L 


39-57 


2-8-39 


H 


L 


25-39 


1-17-40 


A 


« 


28-27 


1-17-41 


\ 


L 


34-51 


1-21-42 


A 


W 


51-42 


2-20-43 


H 


L 


36-46 


2-4-47 


H 


tt 


55-49 


1-7-48 


A 


L 


40-32 


1-10-49 


\ 


L 


51-53 


2-17-49 


H 


L 


52-56 


1-7-50 


\ 


W 


71-65 


1-13-51 


H 


n 


58-47 


1-10-52 


H 


w 


55-10 


2-21-52 


A 


I 


61-71 


1-10-53 


H 


L 


45-54 


2-19-53 


\ 


L 


48-49 


1-9-34 


A 


L 


56-58 (OT) 


2-18-54 


H 


W 


53-50 


12-4-54 


H 


W 


60-43 


2-25-55 


A 


W 


57-49 (20T) 


1-21-56 


A 


W 


62-57 (OT) 


2-25-56 


H 


\\ 


72-61 


1-16-57 


H 


W 


82-69 


2-27-57 


\ 


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 


I 


51-66 


12-14-60 


A 


w 


78-67 


1-11-61 


H 


w 


55-47 


12-6-61 


11 


I 


78-79 (20T) 


1-10-62 


\ 


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 


tt 


77-59 


2-11-67 


\ 


1, 


49-80 


3-2-68 


H 


\A 


68-60 


3-1-69 


A 


ft 


83-78 


2-7-70 


H 


W 


81-71 


12-19-70 


A 


1. 


79-92 


12-13-71 


H 


w 


79-46 


12-12-72 


A 


« 


99-73 


12-11-73 


H 


VV 


115-83 



12-10-74 M 


VV 


104-71 


2-18-76 \ 


VV 


72-63 


11-28-77 \> 


VV 


91-87 


11-28-78 M 


L 


65-68 


12-4-79 N3 


L 


71-83 


3-14-80 N4 


1. 


68-74 


11-26-93 Al 


VV 


84-83 (OT) 


3-22-01 N5 


VV 


76-66 



Manland (raits. 2-5 



l-at LandonT Md (Capitol Cen- 
tre). 2-Tip Off Tournament at 
Landmer, Md (Capital Centre!: 3- 
at Wastiington. D C (Municipal \r- 
mor}!. 4-\C\\ Tournamenl at 
Philadelphia. Pa. {The Spectrum): 
5-A'CA1 Tournament al .\naheim. 
Calif, (\rro\vhead Pond of \na- 
he lm ) 



George ttashington 

Manland leads. 34-27 


2-11-14 


H 


L 




2-1-19 


M 


L 


11-25 


3-8-19 


M 


L 


20-53 


1923-24 


H 


VV 


41-22 


1923-24 


H 


L 


19-20 


2-22-39 


A 


L 


24-37 


2-22-40 


H 


L 


26-44 


2-10-41 


V 


L 


28-61 


1-24-42 


H 


L 


29-47 


1-23-43 


A 


L 


43-48 


2-2-46 


11 


W 


48-35 


1-10-47 


H 


VV 


44-43 


2-10-47 


H 


L 


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 


1-14-30 


H 


L 


51-72 


2-23-51 


A 


L 


47-67 


2-29-52 


H 


L 


56-57 


2-3-53 


A 


L 


62-63 (2 0T| 


2-24-53 


H 


VV 


66-53 


1-15-54 


H 


VV 


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 


VV 


62-48 


2-11-56 


A 


VV 


67-46 


1-12-57 


A 


VV 


68-48 


2-2-57 


H 


W 


84-67 


12-4-57 


H 


VV 


64-55 


2-10-59 


H 


L 


65-66 lOT) 


12-3-59 


A 


VV 


64-57 


2-20-60 


H 


VV 


86-84 (OT) 


12-6-60 


H 


VV 


80-68 


2-18-61 


A 


L 


44-63 


1-3-62 


A 


VV 


67-56 


1-16-62 


H 


W 


81-67 


1-7-63 


H 


VV 


74-72 


2-1-63 


A 


VV 


68-67 


2-1-64 


A 


VV 


80-76 


12-3-64 


H 


VV 


82-80 


1-27-66 


A 


w 


107-81 


2-9-67 


11 


VV 


78-52 


12-4-67 


A 


VV 


84-53 


12-17-68 


H 


VV 


99-96 


12-3-69 


A 


VV 


92-71 


1-23-71 


11 


VV 


69-67 


12-4-71 


A 


VV 


117-96 


12-22-72 


11 


\v 


88-79 


2-9-74 


\2 


w 


92-71 


12-21-74 


\2 


v\ 


81-67 


1-7-76 


A 


VV 


82-72 


1-29-77 


H 


L 


76-86 


12-10-77 


A 


L 


90-101 


1-3-79 


H 


VV 


84-72 


12-3-95 


N3 


VV 


98-81 


12-9-96 


\3 


VV 


74-68 


12-8-97 


\-l 


1, 


66-70 


12-5-99 


\5 


1. 


69-74 


12-3-00 


\5 


VV 


71-63 



/-,)l nasiitnflon lllC'l: 2-al 
Lando\er. \!d. ICapilal Cenire): 3- 
Franliiln \allonal Bank Classic al 
l,ando\er. ,VM, IIS.Mr Arena): ■/- 
ftan/in National Bank Classic at 
Wasblngloii. IIC. I\KI Center): 5- 
BB&T tlasslc at Washlnglon. DC 
IMCICentcrl 



2-29-24 M 


L 


25-29 


1926-27 H 


VV 


34-33 


2-25-27 M 


L 


22-27 


3-2-31 M 


VV 


26-25 


2-4-33 H 


L 


36-40 


3-15-82 \2 


L 


69-83 


12-30-96 N3 


L 


65-73 (OT 



l-So. Conf Tournament at Mlanta. 
Ga. : 2- \ationai Inulalion Tourna- 
menl at \e\\ \ork \ \ (MadiAon 
Square Garden). 3-Rainbn\\ Clas- 
sic al Honolulu. Hawaii (Blaisdell 
Center) 



Geor^a Slate 

Vlanland leads. 2-0 


11-26-88 \1 W 


69-62 


3-17-01 N2 VV 


79-60 


1 -Freedom Bon 1 Classic at ir\ Ine 
Call!. IBren Events I.enler): 2- 
VC.-1.4 Tournament al Boise. Idaho 
IBSl Pa\iliottl 


Georgia lech 

Manland trails. 27-30 


12-29-72 HI VV 


90-55 


12-27-74 HI VV 


105-67 


12-10-75 H VV 


93-65 


12-29-77 HI VV 


65-63 


12-19-79 H VV 


70-60 


1-3-80 A VV 


83-74 


2-28-80 N2 VV 


51-49 (OT) 


12-23-80 A VV 


66-55 


1-31-81 H VV 


72-64 


12-23-81 H L 


43-45 


1-30-82 A L 


63-64 


2-5-83 H VV 


77-68 


2-23-83 A 1. 


60-70 


3-11-83 \3 L 


58-64 (OT) 


2-4-84 A L 


70-71 120T) 


2-23-84 H VV 


79-74 


12-28-84 N4 L 


69-70 


2-2-85 H L 


60-72 


2-19-85 A L 


43-48 


1-11-86 A L 


67-68 


2-22-86 H L 


70-77 


3-8-86 N2 L 


62-64 


2-1-87 V L 


72-76 


2-10-87 H L 


74-78 


2-8-88 H L 


83-96 


2-17-88 A L 


82-104 


3-11-88 \2 VV 


84-67 


2-4-89 V L 


74-87 


2-14-89 H L 


66-67 


2-3-90 H L 


84-90 


2-13-90 A L 


78-80 


2-1-91 A L 


65-80 


2-13-91 H VV 


96-93 


1-5-92 A L 


67-92 


2-9-92 H L 


65-67 


1-5-93 H L 


75-85 


2-6-93 A L 


79-93 


1-4-94 A VV 


91-88 


2-5-94 H L 


71-83 


1-4-95 H VV 


80-67 


2-1-95 A L 


91-100 


1-3-96 A L 


84-98 


2-3-96 H W 


88-74 


3-9-96 \2 1. 


79-84 


12-12-96 H W 


77-63 


2-19-97 A VV 


76-68 


1-21-98 A VV 


70-67 


2-21-98 H VV 


81-69 


3-6-98 N2 VV 


83-65 


1-19-99 A VV 


77-62 


2-21-99 H VV 


91-60 


1-15-00 A L 


68-69 


2-16-00 H V\ 


92-70 


1-6-01 H W 


93-80 


2-6-01 A 1. 


62-72 


1-13-02 A H 


92-87 


2-13-02 H VV 


85-65 



IDmnli. 4-itainbon Classic al Ho- 
nolulu. Hawaii {Blaisdell Center) 

ua: sihiis phoiile 

Terps al Hume: 17-UJ 

Terps al t:olf Meld House: 17-10 
Trips al Comcast Center: 0-0 

Terps on the Road: 7-16 

Terps al Neutral Sites: 3-4 
Terps since 1953- j4: 27-30 

Ijsl 10 name s: «-2 

t:urreut sire ak: I M mm 2 
IjingesllMWlnSlreak:') 
Longest CT Hin streak: 10 
largest «in Margin: 38 (105-67 

on Dec. 27 19741 

Urgest Loss Margin: 25 (92-67 

on Jan 5. 19921 

VIosI 1 M Polnis Scored: 105 
Most CT Points Scored: 1114 



Goniaga 

Vlanland leads. 1-0 

3-16-95 M VV 87-63 
l-\Ci\ Tournament at Sail Lake 
C.il\ I tab l.lon Huntsman teenier) 

Hampden-S)dne} 

The series Is tied. 2-2 

1-14-39 H VV 34-25 
1-22-44 H L 43-51 
1-27-45 II L 42-43 
1-26-46 H VV 35-32 



Hanaii 

Manland leads. 2-0 

12-27-84 VI VV 79-71 
12-23-96 Al W 76-59 
I -Rainbow Classic at Honolulu. 
Hawaii IBIaisdeil Center) 

Hawaii-PaciGc 

Manland leads. 1-0 

12-29-85 Al VV 92-85 
l-Ttaaall-Facilic Tournament al 
Wailuku. Hawaii filar )lemorlal 
CollseumI 

Hofsira 

Manland leads. 3-0 

2-7-82 H VV 94-59 
12-28-93 M VV 93-67 
11-20-98 H VV 89-59 
l-llaH ol Fame i:iassic al Spring- 
lield Mass ISprln0ieid CMC Cen- 
lerl 

Holy Cross 

Manland leads. 4-0 

12-22-71 A VV 102-79 
12-29-73 HI W 102-75 
1-26-83 .V2 VV 55-53 
1-21-85 H VV 99-75 
l-\lar\land lii\ildlionai at College 
Park IW It olc Field House). 2-al 
Woivesler M.tS'^ iWorcesler Cett- 
Iniml 



Houston 

Tlif series Is lied, l-i 

12-29-65 M VV 69-68 
3-22-83 \2 L 50-60 
l-Sugar Bowl Tournament at Ven 
Drieans La ilAiwIa Field House): 
2-\C\\ Tournament al Houston. 
Itus IThe Summltl 

Howard 

Manland leads. 3-0 

1-2-93 H VV 109-69 
12-6-95 H VV 88-71 
1 1-26-96 H W 93-55 



l-\lar\1and ln\ Itatlonai at College 
Park. IM. (Cole Field House): 2- 
4CC Tbumamcnl al Greensbom, 
\-C. IGreensboro Coliseumj: 3- 
ACC Ttiurnamenl al .Mlanta. Ga 



IMIME COIMSECUTIVE MCAA TOURNAMEIVTS • SWEET SIXTEEN IIM SIX OF THE LAST NINE YEARS • TWO CONSECUTIVE FINAL FOURS • HS WINS IN FOUR STHAIBHT YEARS 




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Illinois 

Manland leads. 3-2 


3-22-84 Nl 


L 


70-72 


3-U-98 \2 


W 


67-fil 


12-t-99 N3 


W 


69-()7 


11-21-00 \4 


I 


80-90 


11-27-01 H5 


W 


7(1-63 



kansafi 

Manland trails. 2-3 



/-^(,' 1 1 Tnurn^inifnl jf !.r\ini>U)n. 
K\ iKupi* ln'n.7). J-M'. 1 1 h'unia- 
infill jt SMTiimvniii, f'uilit. ( \iro 
\n^nal: 3-BB&T Classic at Wasti- 
in0on. D C (MCI Center): -l-Maui 
Invitjliiinal al Lahaina. Hawaii 
liahamaCi\ic teenier). J-U'J'.Bii: 
Ten Chaiienge al College I'ark. Mil 
iCiile Field House) 



Indiana 

Manland trails. 


1-4 


12-30-33 H L 


17-30 


12-20-34 H L 


29-30 


12-28-59 NI L 


63-72 


3-14-81 N2 L 


64-99 


4-1-02 N3 tt 


64-ri2 



l-BInc Grass Fesli\al at Louis- 
ville, hy iKenlui'k) Siair Fair- 
g(\)uniis FaUliiint 2-\<'\\ Tour- 
nament al [)a\ton. Oliui iDastnn 
Aivna): 3-\Ci\ Final Four at At- 
lanla. Ga. (Georgia dome) 



lonu 

Manland leads. 


1-0 


,3-16-00 


\1 H 


74-59 


/-\(" 1 1 Jmrn^imcnt jf Minneapo- 
lis. \lmn IHHH Meuvilome} 


lona 

Slanland leads. 2-0 


12-25-84 
11-30-99 


M W 
\2 W 


78-68 (OT) 
83-65 


l-Rainhiin C/jssir ,i( llmitiltilii 
ILmitii iHlatsilfll I'fnliTI 2- \t:t:' 
Big Ten CMallengr al Balllmm: 
Mil IBaUimiw \iviiaf 


Juchfiomille 

Manland leads. 2-1 


3-23-72 


M W 


91-77 


12-9-89 


H W 


68-53 


12-8-90 


A L 


70-71 


l-\:ilioiial lii\ilaUnii Tuunianifiil 
at ^(■u hirk \ ) iUailismiStiiurt' 
Cjrttcii) 


James Madison 

Manland leads. 1-0 


1-28-87 


A W 


90-76 


Johns Hopkins 

Manland leads. 19-3 


1-20-28 


A 1. 


20-22 


2-21-28 


H W 


23-19 


1-18-29 


H 1. 


2.3-25 


2-23-29 


A W 


19-18 


1-17-30 


H W 


41-24 


2-22-30 


A VV 


39-24 


1-22-31 


A W 


33-20 


2-23-31 


H W 


31-22 


1-23-32 


A W 


33-26 


2-23-32 


H VV 


38-24 


1-18-33 


A 1. 


27-37 


2-22-33 


H VV 


35-31 


1-24-34 


\ L 


32-35 


2-21-34 


H VV 


,32-19 


2-26-35 


A \V 


41-35 


3-6-35 


H VV 


52-25 


2-19-36 


H VV 


45-40 


1-6-37 


H VV 


54-31 


2-21-38 


H VV 


56-30 


2-3-40 


H VV 


49-36 


12-17-40 


\ L 


24-38 


12-18-46 


H VV 


41-36 


12-20-47 


A VV 


64-33 


11-26-83 


H VV 


108-63 



12-19-64 11 


L 


61-63 (OT) 


12-10-63 A 


1, 


62-71 


11-23-84 M 


L 


56-58 


12-7-97 \2 


VV 


86-83 


3-30-02 \3 


VV 


97-88 



l-Greal Ma.-^Li Shonioul al \n- 
cliorase. MasLi iSiillnjn \renal: 
2-Franklin \alinii.il Hank Classic 
at Washington. D. C (MCI Center). 
3■^ClA Final Four at \tlanla. Ga 
(Georgia Pome) 



hansas Stale 

Mainland leads. 1-0 


12-11-65 \ 


V\ 


63-57 


henlufh} 

Manland trails. 


->-8 


1-19-28 II 


VV 


37-7 


2-28-30 M 


L 


21-26 


3-3-31 Nt 


VV 


29-27 


12-15-55 H 


1, 


61-62 


12-15-56 \ 


L 


55-76 


12-9-57 11 


VV 


71-62 


12-15-58 \ 


L 


56-58 (OT) 


3-20-88 \2 


L 


81-90 


11-24-95 N3 


L 


84-96 


12-12-98 A 


L 


91-103 


11-24-99 N4 


1. 


58-61 


12-11-99 11 


VV 


72-66 


3-22-02 N5 


VV 


78-68 



1-So. Conf hurnamenlal \tbnta 
Ga.; 2-\a{\ Tournament al Cm- 
cinnati. Ohio (fiiverfmnl (Coli- 
seum): 3-Hall ol Fame Tip-OU 
Classic at Springlleld. Mass 
(SphngFielii Civic teenier): 4-Fir- 
season MT at New )ork. \.) 
(Madison Square Garden): 5-\CU 
Fdsi Rcfiional al Ssracuse, Vl, 
((.arniT Ihme) 



henlnch} ttesleyan 

Manland leads. 1-0 


1-2-54 VI VV 


54-37 


l-MI-\iiiiTliaiit:inTouniamenlal 
Onensban). h- 


hem 

Manland leads. 


1-0 


1-2-73 11 W 


76-58 


lafa}elle 

Manland leads. 


4-0 


1924-25 11 VV 


30-15 


11-29-81 H VV 


82-58 


12-22-90 H W 


64-48 


12-23-96 11 VV 


108-67 


iMmar 

Manland leads. 


1-0 


12-29-88 M V\ 


74-65 


l-Suii li'iwl Tiwrnami'til al I'J 
Pasu, Tc\a!i iSpi'dal tVenf.s Cen- 
ter) 


La Salle 

Manland leads. 3-0 


12-30-83 HI VV 


96-83 


12-12-92 .V VV 


93-76 


12-27-94 H VV 


96-80 


t-\larylantlln\itatmal at College 
Park. Mil iCnIe Field House) 


l^higb 

Manland leads. 


1-0 


12-8-70 H VV 


85-66 



- COMCAST CEIVTER WELCOMES THE eOOB MATIOIVAL CHAMPIOMS - 

Md.-llullimore 
touni} (I MBC) 

Manland leads. 12-0 



long Island 

^lanland leads. 


7-0 


2-12-72 A 


VV 


78-60 


1-23-73 H 


VV 


100-73 


12-7-74 H 


VV 


99-84 


1-3-76 H 


VV 


111-88 


12-2-76 H 


VV 


49-45 


12-17-77 H 


VV 


94-64 


12-2-81 H 


VV 


87-79 


Louisiana Stale 

The series Is tied. 2-2 


2-27-31 M 


VV 


37-33 


12-21-63 N2 


VV 


75-65 


12-12-87 A 


L 


34-55 


1-2-89 H 


L 


77-79 


1-So Coal Tournament at Mlatita. 
Ga: 2-\PI Titurnament at 
Blaeksburg. la. (Virginia Tech 
Coliseum) 


Louisiille 

Manland trails. 2-3 


12-30-61 M 


L 


64-83 


3-22-75 N2 


L 


82-96 


1-13-79 H 


L 


84-99 


12-13-80 A 


L 


67-78 


12-10-91 A 


L 


79-96 


12-28-92 H 


VV 


72-67 



11-20-nO N'3 VV 95-73 
l-Siifiarllnwl Tiinrn,iment at Veil 
Orleans l.a lljiwIaPirlilllimsel 
2-\C14 Tournament at Las 
Cruees. iViW, (Pan .American Cen- 
ter): 3-Maui Invitational at 
iahaina. Hawaii (Laliaina Ctvie 
Center) 

Loyola (Md.) 

Maryland leads. 7-5 

1-24-14 A L 

1-17-31 H L 30-33 
1-11-32 H L 27-28 
12-12-47 H 1, .32-63 
12-11-48 A 1. 73-77 
12-30-58 \1 \V 34-50 
1-27-71 A VV 88-69 
12-20-71 A W 73-60 
12-22-^4 A VV 81-74 
11-27-87 \2 VV 74-60 
2-19-94 H VV 94-71 
11-29-94 H VV 92-62 
I -Sugar Biml inurnameiil .It \e\\ 
llrleans l,a ll.mnlalirMllimsel 
2-\lll llarlmr I I.Ksu .11 lialth 
miire. IM IBatlimitre \iMial 

Maine 

Vlanland leads. 1-0 

1-24-70 11 VV 97-68 

Vanhatlan 

Mar>land leads. 1-0 

3-15-58 M V\ 59-55 
l-NCW Tiiiirniimi'nl ill i^h-ir- 
liilU'.NC.ICIiarlDllrCiiliseuml 

Marine Corps 
Ittslilule 

The series Is lied. I-I 



1-18-45 


H 


L 


34-50 


12-18-45 


H 


VV 


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 


VV 


89-80 


12-29-80 


H2 


VV 


114-89 



I -Marshall ln\1lational al Hunting- 
Ion. W la (Memorial Field 
House): 2-Mar\land InviUitional at 
College Park. Mil (Cole Field 
House) 



2-18-87 


11 


VV 


78-64 


2-1-89 


11 


VV 


78-66 


2-22-90 


H 


VV 


113-61 


1-7-91 


11 


VV 


92-66 


12-1-92 


H 


VV 


103-80 


12-2-93 


H 


VV 


89-80 


12-5-94 


H 


W 


102-77 


12-4-96 


H 


VV 


67-31 


12-13-97 


H 


VV 


104-66 


11-17-98 


11 


VV 


90-62 


12-30-99 


H 


VV 


82-52 


12-13-00 


11 


W 


93-67 



Md.-Easlem Shore 
(imS) 



Manland leads. 14-0 


11-30-79 


11 


W 82-58 


1-20-81 


H 


VV 81-65 


12-7-81 


H 


VV 76-64 


12-1-82 


H 


VV 91-70 


12-14-83 


H 


VV 104-69 


12-13-84 


H 


VV 87-48 


2-17-86 


H 


W 91-44 


2-27-87 


11 


W 117-31 


2-25-88 


11 


W 101-51 


12-1-88 


H 


VV 97-53 


11-26-91 


H 


VV 115-60 


12-7-!l2 


H 


VV 94-63 


12-211-95 


11 


U 104-66 


12-30-00 


11 


W 105-53 


Massachusetts 

Vlanland nails. 2-4 


:i-i'i-'i(i 


ill 


U 91-81 


l2-29-'i:; 


\_' 


L 80-94 


3-19-94 


N3 


VV 95-87 


12-10-94 


\4 


1, 74-85 


12-2-95 


\5 


L 47-50 


2-15-97 


\6 


L 61-78 



l-\,iliiin.il iioilation Tnurmment 
at College Park. AM. tColc Field 
House): 2-Hall of Fame Classic at 
Springfteld. \lass iSpringCield 
tMuCenterl:ii-\C\\Tiiurnamenl 
al Wicliila Kan IKansas f'oli- 
seum): 4-.ll naltimore IM liiatti- 
more \rvnal a-Vrankhn Vitional 
Bank Classte at Lan{lo\er. IM 
lts\ir \rena) 6-31 Worcester 
M.iss (Wfircester Centmml 

Memphis Slate 

Manland trails. 0-2 

12-30-57 ,\1 L 46-47 |30T) 
12-17-66 A2 L 53-55 
l-SiigarBimlTuiirnament at VcH 
llrlrai}- I..I ll.inalalielil llou.se): 
2-\lemplu.. luiilattonal al \lem- 
phis, Tenn. iMiil-Soulh Coliseum) 

Wami 

The series is lied. 3-3 

2-1-54 V VV 63-37 
1-22-62 V VV 71-68 
12-29-64 Al L 73-80 
1-30-68 V L 73-93 
12-21-68 N'2 L 85-92 
12-29-70 H VV 111-77 
t-llurniane I lassie al Miami. Fla 
l\luiiille.iclii'nn\enti(m Center): 
2-\l.ii^ii:ili ln\ national al Hunttng- 
ton. II la, (Memorial Field Housel 

Miami-on 

Mar>land leads. 3-1 

1-28-49 A VV 43-42 
1-29-49 A L 49-58 
12-28-79 HI VV 115-76 
3-15-85 \2 VV 69-68 |1)T) 
l-\l.ir\ l.md ln\ itallonai al College 
Park. IW It.ole Field HottSel: 2- 
\CV\ Tournament al Dayton, ilhio 
lilaylon ^renal 



Michisan 

Vlanland trails. 


2-3 


1-4-27 A L 


25-39 


12-18-33 H VV 


29-25 


12-17-37 H L 


26-43 


3-25-94 M L 


71-78 


12-2-00 N2 VV 


82-51 


l-\C\.\ Tournament al Dallas. 
Tews IReunlon Ihto). 2-BBiT 
i:iassie at Wasliiiiglon. D.C (MCI 
Center) 


Wchigan State 

M.inl.uKi li.iils. 0-1 


IJ-J"i-"i", III 1, 


75-95 


l-\lnl-\\inler lestiuil al College 
P.irk Mil (t:ole Held House) 


Wunesola 

Manland leads. 


2-0 


12-10-60 V VV 


64-53 


12-15-61 H VV 


75-69 


Mississippi 

Manland trails. 


1-2 


2-26-26 M L, 


19-22 


3-1-29 M L 


35-37 


11-28-87 \2 VV 


77-69 


l-So Conf Tourn.imem al \tlanta, 
Ca. 2-\ICI ilarttor Classic al Bal- 
timore. \hi IB.iitiniore \renal 


Mississippi Stale 

Manland trails. 0-2 


12-29-38 M L 


43-36 


12-29-61 M L 


62-64 


t-Sugar Boat Tournament at \ett 
llrleans. La (Lowla Field House) 


Missouri 

Manland trails. 


1-3 


1-6-88 \ L 


85-93 


1-24-89 H 1. 


73-87 


2-18-96 H VV 


91-72 


12-30-97 A L 


79-83 


Monnwulh 

Vl.inl.ind leads. 


2-0 


12-IJ-lili II W 


74-70 


12-11-01 H VV 


91-55 


Monlunu State 

Vl,M\l,nld li'.Mls. 1-0 


12-.'ill-:ilj M VV 


89-72 


I -Ml- \merican City Ibumamem al 
littensboro. h 


Morgan Stale 

Manland leads. 4-0 


12-7-88 H VV 


73-61 


12-26-92 H VV 


103-63 


12-4-93 H VV 


8,3-62 


12-23-94 H VV 


138-72 


Mount St. .loseph's 

Manland trails. 1-2 


1910-11 H VV 


22-20 


1-10-14 H L 


1-17-14 A L 


Mount St. Marys 

Manland leads. 3-0 


1 2-8-87 \ « 


82-54 


11-23-91 II W 


83-53 


11-22-97 H VV 


102-74 


\a\y 

Manland leads. 30-27 


1924-25 \ L 


16-23 


1923-26 V VV 


21-12 


1926-27 A L 


30-32 


2-4-28 A 1. 


26-35 


2-13-29 A VV 


30-27 


1-22-30 A VV 


43-39 


2-21-31 V L 


33-36 


1-20-32 H VV 


26-15 


1-28-33 A L 


21-59 


2-3-34 A L 


27-46 



1-30-33 


A 


L 


36-43 


1-15-36 


A 


VV 


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 


L 


47-61 


1-30-43 


V 


VV 


63-54 


2-26-44 


\ 


1. 


35-69 


1-10-45 


v 


L 


33-71) 


1-16-46 


A 


L 


35-44 


1-22-47 


A 


I, 


27-55 


1-14-48 


A 


L 


47-31 


1-22-49 


A 


L 


46-32 


12-17-49 


A 


L 


62-75 


1-10-51 


A 


L 


47-51 


1-3-52 


A 


VV 


48-45 


2-21-53 


A 


L 


47-51 


2-13-54 


A 


VV 


61-60 (OT) 


1-29-55 


A 


VV 


60-54 


2-4-56 


11 


VV 


80-61 


2-23-57 


A 


L 


55-56 


12-18-.57 


H 


VV 


88-58 


2-1-58 


V 


u 


64-31 


12-17-.58 


H 


1. 


50-53 


1-20-60 


A 


w 


31 -.30 


1-18-61 


H 


VV 


63-62 


2-3-62 


^ 


L 


38-67 


1-12-63 


H 


VV 


67-61 


1-11-64 


A 


L 


33-68 


1-13-65 


H 


VV 


77-58 


2-20-65 


A 


VV 


70-57 


2-9-66 


H 


VV 


74-69 


2-16-67 


A 


L 


65-66 


1-17-68 


H 


VV 


76-72 


2-12-69 


V 


I. 


68-72 


1-14-70 


II 


« 


73-57 


1-22-72 


V 


VV 


85-60 


1-20-73 


A 


VV 


76-67 


1-19-74 


A 


VV 


72-50 


1-18-75 


\ 


VV 


87-73 


1-17-76 


A 


VV 


87-69 


1-13-77 


M 


VV 


62-34 


1-2,3-79 


H 


VV 


82-62 


11-28-80 


H 


VV 


86-64 


1-31-83 


11 


VV 


98-73 


3-17-85 


\2 


VV 


64-39 


l-at Laiido\er \ld li'.ipilal (>/l- 
trel: 2-SC.U Tournament at Day- 
ton, nhio (Damn Arena) 


\en Mexico State 

Manland trails 0-1 


12-31 -.36 


M 


L 


43-45 


/- 1//- \merican 
<l\\enstiim<. K\ 


City Tournament at 


\eH lorfc lni\ersil} 

Vlanland trails. U-2 


1-8-1 1 


H 


L 


7-25 


2-3-38 


H 


L 


27-42 


Magara 

Manland leads. 


1-0 


3-25-72 


M 


W 


100-69 


l-\allonal ln\itation iourn.ment 
at VcH liir^, \ 1. (Madison Stinare 
GanlenI 


\orrolk State 

Manland leads. 2-0 


12-23-00 


H 


W 


123-79 


1-3-02 


H 


VV 


92-69 


^orth Carolina 

Manland trails. 30-107 


2-5-24 


H 


L 


20-26 


1-31-25 


H 


L 


16-21 


2-9-26 


H 


VV 


23-22 


2-7-27 


H 


VV 


28-20 


2-8-27 


H 


L 


23-32 


2-19-27 


A 


W 


23-19 


2-8-29 


H 


L 


22-28 


2-8-30 


H 


VV 


36-33 


2-19-30 


A 


VV 


29-22 


2-10-31 


11 


VV 


33-31 


2-28-31 


Nl 


VV 


19-17 


2-6-32 


H 


VV 


26-25 



2-19-32 


A 




26-32 


2-3-33 


H 




42-29 


1-30-34 


H 




24-28 


1-18-35 


H 




31-39 


1-25-36 


H 




32-44 


1-29-37 


A 




24-41 


2-6-37 


H 




35-44 


1-28-38 


A 




24-43 


1-20-39 


11 




34-32 


2-3-39 


A 




66-41 


1-24-41 


11 




36-55 


2-3-41 


A 




29-44 


2-20-42 


11 




30-34 


1-1-43 


H 




47-40 


2-16-43 


A 




40-31 


1-5-45 


A 




28-53 


1-7-46 


A 




28-64 


2-8-46 


H 




31-33 


3-1-46 


N2 




27-54 


1-4-47 


A 




42-58 


1-24-47 


H 




61-37 


1-3-48 


V 




46-70 


2-13-48 


H 




47-31 


1-3-49 


A 




47-55 


2-11-49 


11 




52-66 


3-3-49 


\3 




61-79 


1-2-50 


V 




53-55 


2-3-50 


H 




56-69 


1-2-51 


V 




67-59 


1-20-51 


H 




56-55 


1-3-52 


\ 




47-51 


1-18-52 


II 




71-51 


1-3-53 


A 




49-59 


1-17-53 


II 




68-66 


12-18-54 


A 




70-60 


2-12-55 


H 




63-61 


12-17-55 


H 




62-68 


1-16-56 


A 




55-64 


12-17-56 


A 




61-70 


2-5-57 


H 




61-65(201) 


1-11-58 


H 




74-61 


2-22-58 


V 




59-66 


3-8-58 


\4 




86-74 


2-4-59 


A 




57-64 


2-21-59 


H 




69-51 


2-3-60 


H 




66-75 


2-23-60 


A 




64-81 


12-29-60 N3 




57-81 


1-16-61 


11 




32-58 


2-2-61 


A 




56-63 


2-6-62 


H 




79-62 


2-19-62 


A 




67-70 


1-14-63 


11 




56-78 


2-7-63 


\ 




68-82 


1-13-64 


A 




88-97 


2-18-64 


H 




74-64 


1-4-65 


H 




76-68 


1-30-65 


A 




91-80 


1-3-66 


A 




52-67 


2-5-66 


H 




76-66 


3-3-66 


N4 




70-77 


2-4-67 


A 




77-85 


2-22-67 


H 




78-79 


2-3-68 


H 




67-73 


2-21-68 


V 




60-83 


2-1-69 


A 




87-107 


2-19-69 


H 




86-88 


1-31-70 


H 




69-77 


2-18-70 


A 




83-90 


1-30-71 


A 




79-105 


2-17-71 


H 




76-100 


1-29-72 


\ 




72-92 


2-16-72 


H 




79-77 (OT) 


3-11-72 


M6 




64-73 


1-27-73 


H 




94-88 


2-14-73 


A 




85-95 


1-26-74 


A 




73-82 


2-13-74 


11 




91-80 


3-8-74 


\6 




105-85 


1-25-73 


H 




66-69 


2-15-75 


A 




96-74 


1-25-76 


A 




93-93 (OT) 


2-11-76 


11 




69-81 


1-22-77 


H 




68-71 


2-9-77 


A 




70-97 


1-21-78 


V 




71-85 


2-8-78 


H 




64-66 


1-20-79 


H 




53-54 


2-7-79 


A 




67-76 




tVltVIE COKISECUTIVE MCAA TOURNAMEIVTS • SWEET SIXTBEIV IN SIX OF THE LAST IXIIIME YEARS • TWO COIMSECUTIVE FIIVAL FOURS • B5 WIIMS IM FOUR STRAIGHT YEARS 




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^^M^l^^ 




I4E 



'^r'-J^ 




3-2-79 


N6 


L 


79-102 


1-20-80 


A 


W 


92-86 


2-7-80 


H 


U 


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 


L 


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 


L 


74-75 


2-13-85 


H 


L 


54-60 


1-14-86 


H 


L 


67-71 


2-20-86 


\ 


W 


77-72 lOT) 


2-7-86 


N6 


W 


85-75 


1-8-87 


A 


L 


65-98 


2-14-87 


H 


L 


86-93 


3-6-87 


N7 


L 


63-82 


1-14-88 


H 


L 


65-71 


2-20-88 


A 


L 


73-74 


3-12-88 


m 


L 


64-74 


1-11-89 


A 


L 


72-88 


2-19-89 


H 


L 


75-86 


3-11-89 


N8 


L 


58-88 


1-10-90 


H 


« 


98-88 


2-17-90 


A 


W 


80-76 


1-9-91 


A 


I 


73-105 


2-16-91 


H 


L 


75-87 


1-13-92 


A 


L 


76-96 


3-1-92 


H 


VV 


82-80 


1-9-93 


A 


L 


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 


L 


89-95 


1-7-95 


A 


L 


90-100 


2-7-95 


H 


VV 


86-73 


3-11-95 


N6 


L 


92-97 (OT) 


1-6-96 


H 


L 


86-88 (OTI 


2-6-96 


A 


VV 


84-78 


1-8-97 


A 


W 


85-75 


2-22-97 


H 


L 


81-93 


1-14-98 


H 


VV 


89-83 (OT) 


2-14-98 


A 


L 


67-85 


3-7-98 


N6 


L 


73-83 (OTI 


1-13-99 


A 


VV 


89-76 


2-13-99 


H 


VV 


81-64 


3-6-99 


m 


L 


79-86 


1-27-00 


A 


L 


63-75 


2-26-00 


H 


VV 


81-73 


1-10-01 


H 


L 


83-86 


2-10-01 


A 


L 


82-96 


1-9-02 


H 


VV 


112-79 


2-10-02 


A 


VV 


92-77 




}-So.Conf. Tlwnamcnt 31 \tlanla. 
Ga.. 2-So. Conf TtnirmimnU at 
Raki0. N.C (Rnjjdld-i ijiliscum): 
3-So. Conf. Tournamenl at 
Durham. ,\ C iDuke Indoor Sta- 
dium): 4-ACC Thumameni at Ra- 
leigh. /V, C {Re}fV0l(is Colisfm): 5- 
Di\ie Classic at Raleiah. ^. C. 
IRcmilds Coliseum): 6-ACC Tbur- 
namt'nl at (irecnsboro. \ C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum): 7-ACC 
Tournamenl at Landover. Md. 
(Capital Centre): 8-ACC Thuma- 
meni at Mlanla. Ga (Omni): 9- 
\CC Tburnameni at Charlotte. ^. C. 
\ (Charlotte Coliseum) 



itt si:m:s VROiiu: 

Terpsiil Homf;3l-43 


■fcrpB at Cole Held House: 18-29 


Terps at Comcast Center: 0-0 


Tenis i>n the Road 


: 1,1-50 


Terps.il Neutral Sites; 4-14 


Ttrps HitH 


eU 


33- 


14: 32-79 


tost toil 


inies: "> 




Currejil SIhm 
lonitest IM W 
LoneesI U^C V 


k: 1 \1 won 2 


in Streali: ,5 
VIn Streak: 1 1 


Largest Win MarRl 

onJan.il, 20U2I 


n; till 12-79 


Ur«esl Loss Margin: 36 II 02- 
66 on Vlarcti 13, 1(193:64-28 on 
Jan. 7, 1946) 


Most l!M Points Scored: 112 


Host tl^C Points Scored: 107 


\C Stale 

Marvland trails. 63-68 


2-27-25 


Ml 


L 


18-30 


1926-27 


A 


L 


23-38 


2-10-28 


H 


VV 


36-24 


2-1-30 


H 


L 


26-28 


2-18-30 


A 


VV 


21-19 


1-28-37 


A 


L 


33-35 


2-24-37 


H 


VV 


41-35 


3-4-37 


M 


L 


35-42 


2-4-39 


A 


L 


40-46 


3-3-39 


A2 


VV 


53-29 


1-26-40 


A 


VV 


43-36 


2-24-44 


,A2 


L 


23-42 


1-8-45 


A 


L 


32-46 


1-20-45 


H 


L 


42-57 


1-5-46 


A 


W 


47-39 


1-19-46 


H 


VV 


37-33 


3-13-47 


N3 


L 


43-55 


3-2-51 


.\2 


L 


45-54 


1-13-55 


H 


VV 


68-64 


2-19-55 


A 


L 


58-78 


1-12-56 


H 


L 


64-73 


2-18-56 


A 


VV 


71-62 


1-19-57 


H 


VV 


79-66 


2-16-57 


A 


VV 


56-49 


1-20-58 


H 


L 


48-57 


2-15-58 


A 


L 


64-69 (30T) 


12-3-58 


H 


L 


53-55 


2-14-59 


A 


L 


37-53 


1-18-60 


H 


VV 


63-53 


2-13-60 


A 


L 


46-48 


3-3-60 


A4 


L 


58-74 


12-30-60 A5 


L 


67-75 


1-21-61 


H 


W 


75-57 


2-13-61 


A 


L 


66-83 


12-12-61 


H 


L 


68-73 (OT) 


1-20-62 


A 


L 


61-68 


12-11-62 


H 


L 


74-76 lOT) 


1-19-63 


A 


L 


59-79 


12-10-63 


11 


tt 


72-62 


1-18-64 


V 


1. 


65-66 


12-8-64 


H 


L 


62-63 


1-16-65 


A 


L 


67-73 


3-5-65 


A4 


L 


67-76 


12-7-65 


H 


VV 


59-48 


1-15-66 


A 


L 


58-60 |0T) 


12-7-66 


A 


W 


54-38 


1-7-67 


H 


VV 


60-55 


12-6-67 


H 


. 


62-75 


1-6-68 


A 


. 


52-68 


3-7-68 


N6 


. 


54-63 


1-4-69 


A 


, 


69-85 


2-5-69 


H 


J 


81-86 


1-2-70 


N7 


. 


57-91 


2-4-70 


A 


J 


54-64 


3-5-70 


N6 


J 


57-67 


1-6-71 


H 


. 


81-83 


2-3-71 


A 


, 


61-71 


1-5-72 


H 


VV 


83-70 


1-31-72 


A 


VV 


66-65 


1-14-73 


H 


L 


83-87 


1-31-73 


A 


L 


78-89 


3-10-73 


N8 


L 


74-76 


1-13-74 


A 


L 


74-80 


1-30-74 


H 


L 


80-86 


3-9-74 


N8 


L 


IOO-l03(Or) 


1-16-75 


H 


VV 


103-85 



■ CDMCAST CEMTER WELCOMES THE BOOB IMATIOKIAL CHAIVIPIOIVS - 



2-1-75 




VV 


98-97 


3-6-75 


N8 


L 


85-117 


1-14-76 




W 


87-69 


1-28-76 




VV 


102-84 


1-9-77 




VV 


87-80 


1-27-77 




VV 


75-73 


3-3-77 


N8 


L 


72-82 


I-II-78 




1. 


82-88 


1-25-78 




L 


73-80 


3-1-78 


N8 


VV 


109-108(301) 


12-20-78 




VV 


124-110 


1-10-79 




VV 


82-81 (20T) 


1-10-80 




L 


62-67 


i-2:i-an 




VV 


66-62 


ll'-2ll-«0 




VV 


82-75 


2-25-81 




VV 


76-72 


12-12-81 




L 


53-74 


2-24-82 




L 


38-52 


3-5-82 


N8 


L 


28-40 


1-29-83 




VV 


86-81 


3-3-83 




VV 


67-58 


1-4-84 




VV 


59-55 


2-29-84 




W 


63-50 


3-9-84 


N8 


VV 


69-63 


1-2-85 




VV 


58-56 


2-27-85 




VV 


71-70 


1-23-86 




L 


55-67 


2-13-86 




w 


67-66 


1-3-87 




L 


47-69 


2-25-87 




L 


72-85 


1-27-88 




L 


81-83 


3-3-88 




L 


68-74 


1-29-89 




, 


67-90 


3-2-89 




, 


77-94 


3-10-89 


N9 


VV 


71-49 


1-27-90 




L 


61-81 


2-28-90 




W 


96-95 


1-26-91 




VV 


104-100 


2-27-91 




L 


91-114 


1-11-92 




L 


88-94 


2-13-92 




VV 


77-74 


1-23-93 




VV 


70-65 


2-24-93 




VV 


88-71 


3-11-93 


N6 


VV 


76-55 


1-22-94 




VV 


102-70 


2-23-94 




L 


71-79 


1-22-95 




VV 


84-67 


2-22-95 




VV 


84-71 


1-20-96 




w 


77-74 (OT) 


2-22-96 




VV 


86-84 


1-12-97 




VV 


68-59 


2-5-97 




VV 


66-55 


3-8-97 


N8 


L 


58-65 


1-10-98 




VV 


68-65 


2-11-98 




VV 


78-63 


1-10-99 




VV 


94-48 


2-10-99 




VV 


63-50 


1-6-00 




L 


66-68 


2-6-00 




VV 


78-73 


3-11-00 


N6 


VV 


64-61 


1-21-01 




VV 


75-61 


2-20-01 




VV 


95-66 


12-30-01 




VV 


72-65 


2-3-02 


H 


VV 


89-73 


3-9-02 


N6 


1, 


82-86 



l-So Conf Tdunuinwnl ill \IIimtd. 
Ga : 2-So- Cant. Totimsment at 
Raleigtl. KC. (Re^VDlilsCullsetinil: 
:i'So. Conf Tournament at 
fMllam. Vr tIMf lm*«:r .S'l,j- 
iliiinil .|-U ( Iniiin.iinriil ./I A',j- 
U'l^li. \t: iknnnltl-.t:u!isriinij.j- 
f)t\ie Classic at Katfigll. ^.C 
IKemolds Collsenm): 6-ACC Tour' 
uamcnl at Cltarlollc, ^.C. (Ctiar- 
loltc Cotiseutn), 7-at Crecnsboro. 
!\.C (Civenst)oro Coliseuml, 8- 
MIC Taurnumrnl at Ciwnstiooi. 
;V.(,' (i',rcfnsl>ai\i Ciilisfum}: ,*l- 
ACC Tournamvnl at Mlanta. Ca. 
lOmnll 



wx sEKit:s PRonu: 

lierps at Home: 33-20 

Terps at Cole Held House: 29-18 
Terps at Comcast Center: 0-0 
Te rps on t he Road: 24-31 
Terps at \ eiitral Sites: 6-17 
Tei ps sinc e I9r i3-:'i4: 5li-.'i7 

last lOCames: i'-2 

Current StreaK; ^^S won I 
Lonflesl y M Win st real c li 
Loiicest v est Win Streak: 10 
Largest Win Mamil: 46 (94-48 

iinJ:in. 10. I9!I9) 

Ijirgesl Loss Margin: 34 (91-57 

on Jan. 2. I!I70| 

MosHM Points Scored: 1 24 
Most vest Polnt.s Scored: 110 

\ovlbviislvin 

Mapland leads. 1-0 

11-23-85 H W 84-72 

V»r/hiie,«(erii 

Manland trails. 0-1 

12-6-58 .\ \, 62-66 

Vorfft Texas 

Manland leads. 1-0 

12-23-98 H VV 132-57 

\otre Dame 

The series Is tied. 8-8 

1-4-75 H VV 90-82 

3-20-75 Ml W 83-71 

1-31-76 A VV 69-63 

11-27-76 H L 79-80 (OT) 

1-29-78 A L 54-69 

1-27-79 H VV 67-66 

1-26-80 A L 63-64 

1-24-81 H L 70-73 

1-23-82 A L 51-55 



l-22-f 



H VV 68-67 



1-28-84 A L 47-52 
1-26-85 H VV 77-65 
2-3-86 A L 62-69 



H L 50-63 



2-2-f 



A W 78-75 



11-26-99 N2 W 72-67 
J-A'C.4.4 Tournament at Las 
Cruces. MM {Ran American Cen- 
ter). 2-Pirseasim V/ral.Veu lort, 
iV 1 (Madison Stiuare Garden} 

Old Dominion 

Maryland leads. 4-1 

2-2-83 H VV 87-67 
1-21-84 A W 69-58 

2-4-85 H W 87-75 
1-24-87 A L 73-87 

2-6-88 A W 70-65 



Ohio tilulr 

Marfland trails. 2-3 
12-29-34 H VV 50-41 
3-12-79 HI L 72-79 
12-1-83 \2 L 68-72 
12-11-84 II W 76-73 
11-30-85 A L 66-78 
t-\alionai Invitation Tonraametil 
at iMlieee I'arl, IM (Cole field 
Ikiusel: 2-at f:.ist Rutherfonl. ,\ J 
(Brendan li^ rue Arena) 



OIlio (. 

Manland leads. 



12-19-81 H W 90-64 

OIlio ttesleyan 

Manland trails. 0-1 

12-19-49 H L 71-75 



Oklahoma 

rhe series is tied. 2-2 



1-19-93 Nl 


VV 


89-78 


12-7-93 N2 


L 


85-88 


2-24-01 H 


W 


68-60 


12-21-01 A 


1. 


56-72 


/-,(/ Itatltniore Wrt (BaKwiore 
iK'na), 2-at UUatioma City, llkta. 
(Tlie Myriad) 


Oklahoma Slate 

Mar\lanil leads, 1-0 


I2-I(i-Ii{i \l 


« 


50-49 


l-\lrm!ilii^ Imdational at Mem- 
I'lus Ivnii (Mid-Soutti Coliseum) 


Penn Stale 

Manland leads, 8-7 


12-1-60 H 


w 


64-47 


12-2-61 A 


L 


65-71 


12-1-62 H 


L 


61-62 


12-7-63 A 


L 


62-91 


12-2-64 H 


VV 


72-71 


12-1-65 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 hi 


w 


69-61 


12-3-79 M 


VV 


56-55 


11-27-82 N2 


L 


79-97 


12-6-83 Nl 


W 


67-58 


3-19-90 A3 


L 


78-80 



l-al Hershey. Pa. (Hershey Park 
.\renaj: 2-al Raltimore. Md (lial- 
Itmore \rena): 3-\ational Invita- 
tion Tournamenl at State (jillese. 
Pa. (Reerealion Building) 



Penn>i}hania 

Manland trails. 3-12 


2-9-27 




U 26-21 


2-8-28 




1. 26-30 


12-22-28 




L 18-.30 


1-4-39 




L 24-36 


1-3-40 




L 34-41 


1-8-41 




L 32-43 


1-13-43 




I 49-51 


3-12-47 




L 54-80 


1-12-49 




L 67-81 


12-14-49 




L 52-54 


12-6-50 




L 65-74 


12-8-51 




L 52-53 


12-6-52 




L 53-70 


1-21-97 


Nl 


VV 103-73 


12-9-00 




W 87-81 


;-af Baltimon 
Arena) 


. AM. (Baltimore 


PepiH-rdine 

Manland leads, 1-0 


3-14-86 


M 


VV 69-64 


l-VC-ll Tiiurnament at iong 
Beacii. Calif (Lime Beach \reiia) 


I'ittuhiirgh 

Manland leads, 3-1 


^-l."i-77 


11 


VV 88-75 


2-111-711 


A 


1, 86-89 (OT) 


1-12-80 


H 


VV 95-88 


1-27-81 


V 


VV 69-66 (OT) 


12-27-96 


\1 


VV 66-63 


11-28-98 


\2 


VV 87-52 



l-RainlHiw CU-isic at Honolulu. 
Hawaii (lilaisdell Onler): 2- 
Puerto Rico Shoolout at Bayanion. 
PR. (Euaenlo Guerra Spori^ Com- 

Qk^ 



Prineelon 

Manland loads, 5-3 



1-2-74 \ w %-m 



1924-25 A 


L 


24-38 


1925-26 H 


VV 


32-26 


12-11-68 H 


L 


63-72 


12-10-69 A 


L 


67-75 


12-30-75 HI 


VV 


66-59 


12-4-76 H 


VV 


58-45 


12-19-98 V2 


VV 


81-58 


12-2-01 \3 


H 


61-53 



/■ U.(n taiul tin ilatiiin,it ,il Cntlese 
I'ark IW (Cole Held lliiiise). 2- 
al HaiUiuiire. Md (Baltimore 
\ren3): S-BBST Classic at llas/i- 
malim, I) C (MCI Center) 



The series is lied. I-I 


3-17-73 


Nl 


L 


89-103 


12-4-91 


N2 


VV 


76-66 


l-\CA\ Tournamenl at Charlolte. 
\ C (Cllarlotle t:i)liseumli 2-ACC/ 
BIfi fast f.dallenee at Hartford. 
Conn. (Ilarlfonl i:ivlc Center) 


Quantico flarines 

Manland 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 

Manland 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 


VV 


58-52 


1-7-86 


H 


VV 


74-50 


1 -Maryland Invitational at College 
Park.Md (Cole Field House) 


Rhode Island 

Manland leads. 2-1 


1-5-40 


A 


L 


53-59 


12-28-54 


M 


w 


83-66 


3-7-79 


H2 


VV 


67-65 (30T1 


l-\il-\mcricani:it\ li'iiniament al 
llwensiiiini. M . 2-\aliiiii:d Invita- 
tion Tournamenl al College Park. 
Md (Cole Field House) 


Richmond 

Manland leads. 25-15 


2-9-24 


A 


VV 


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 


VV 


28-24 


12-17-36 


A 


L 


40-51 


12-16-37 


H 


L 


26-31 


12-13-38 


\ 


L 


34-39 


,3-2-39 


Nl 


VV 


47-32 


1-13-40 


H 


VV 


35-19 


12-14-40 


H 


L 


36-48 


1-31-41 


A 


L 


17-38 


12-13-41 


A 


VV 


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 


2-1.5-47 


A 


L 


49-68 


2-19-48 


H 


W 


60-53 


2-26-48 


A 


L 


62-64 


12-1.3-48 


H 


L 


4.5-54 


2-24-49 


A 


VV 


66-51 


1-12-50 


A 


L 


49-59 


2-21-50 


H 


VV 


67-48 


1-6-51 


A 


VV 


48-42 


2-21-51 


H 


VV 


42-33 


2-14-52 


H 


VV 


55-45 


2-27-52 


A 


VV 


54-50 


1-8-53 


\ 


w 


63-60 (OT) 


2-9-53 


H 


L 


46-49 


1-4-54 


A 


w 


72-64 


1-11-54 


H 


1, 


71-73 


1-2-71 


H 


VV 


99-67 


2-22-72 


H 


VV 


76-61 


12-2-72 


A 


w 


82-50 



11-18-74 


H 


VV 


106-81 


12-6-75 


A 


VV 


98-71 


1-4-77 


H 


W 


90-87 


3-12-82 


N2 


VV 


66-50 



l-So. Conf Tournament at Raleigli. 
iVC. (Reyvolds Coliseum): 2-/Va- 
llonat Imitation Tournamenl al 
Veil \ork. Vy. (Madison StjUare 
Garden) 

Rider 

Manland leads, 3-0 

12-23-91 H VV 83-69 
11-30-93 H VV 93-79 
12-13-95 H W 83-67 

Rutgers 

Tlie series Is tied, 3-3 

1-4-40 A W 51-39 
2-19-41 H L 45-50 
12-19-50 H W 51-45 
1-12-.52 A L .5.5-61 
12-27-90 m W 86-81 
12-28-91 K2 I. 79-95 
l-fc'UC lloliilay Fcslix.ii al Vfn 
\ork. .VI i\l.ot!sn!i ^ijiuiv Gar- 
den)i2-Flestallimli:ias.tlcatTuc- 
son. .\rlz. (McKale (A'liler) 

Sacramento Stale 

Miinland le ads. 1-0 

12-?4-89 Nl VV 98-68 
I -CllaminadeClirlslmas Classical 
Honolulu. Hawaii (Blaistlcll Cen- 
leri 

St. Francis (Pa.) 

Manland leads, 1-0 

12-30-55 HI W 75-66 
l-Mld-Wnler Festival al College 
Park. Md (Cole Field House) 



St. Johns 
(\nnapolis) 



Manland leads. 9-5 


1-23-14 A L 


10-48 


2-7-14 A L 


1.5-38 


1-25-28 H VV 


25-22 


1-26-29 H VV 


20-18 


2-25-30 H VV 


42-25 


2-17-31 H W 


32-27 


2-17-32 H VV 


24-20 


2-16-33 H VV 


34-22 


2-15-34 H L 


32-37 


3-2-35 H L 


17-24 


2-12-36 H VV 


40-28 


2-23-37 A L 


37-39 


2-23-38 H W 


38-29 


2-15-39 A W 


48-20 


SI. Johns 

Maryland trails. 


1-2 


1-2-42 A L 


48-64 


12-30-71 HI VV 


90-69 


3-18-99 N2 L 


62-76 


I-Marylandlnvilalionntal College 
Park. 'iW. (Cole Field House): 2- 
.'VC.4.4 Tournamenl al Knonllle. 
Tenn. (Ttiompson-Boliog \rena) 


St. Joseph's 

Manland leads. 


3-1 


3- 111-72 M W 


67-55 


12-29-78 H2 W 


62-56 (OT) 


12-30-80 112 W 


74-57 


12-8-82 H 1, 


56-64 



IVIIME tOMSECUTIVE lUCAA TOURIVAMEIMTS • SWEET SIXTEEIXI ll\l SIX OF THE LAST MIME YEARS • TWO CaMSEOJTIVE FIIVAL FOURS • 



l-yalional ln\italion Tournamenl 
at ,\('H \ork. \.). (Madison Square 
Garden): 2-Marylan(l Invitational 
at College Park Md (Cole Field 
House) 



I WII\IS IIM FOUR STRAIEHT YEARS 






«*&. 




BASKETBAU 
MEN'S 

KCAA I' 
TOUnNAMENTl 



St. Louis 

Manland leads. 


1-0 


3-I7-94 


Nl 


W 


74-66 


I-M1\A Timnumftit at W'icNIn, 
Kan IKansati Coliaemi 


Si. Peters 

Manland leads. 


1-0 


11-27-81 


H 


W 


49-42 


San Francisco 

Manland leads. 2-0 


12-21-73 


M 


U 


78-60 


11-17-99 H2 


W 


71-61 


l-Cable Car Classic al UaUanil. 
Calif. lOakland Coliseum). 2-Pre- 
season W al College Park. Mil 
tCole Field Htiuse) 


Santa Clara 

The series Is lle( 


. I-I 


12-22-73 


M 


\\ 


53-32 


3-15-96 


N2 


L 


79-91 


I'Cable Car Classic al (taUancI, 
Calil inaUand Coliseum). 2- 
VCl 1 Tiiurnamenl at Tempe. .\riz. 
ISDCCiai Ewnls Center) 


Selon Hall 

Manland leads. 


2-1 


12-30-41 


A 


L 


15-59 


2-20-71 


A 


W 


56-55 


12-29-75 HI 


W 


104-69 


l-Mar}land Invitational at College 
Park. M (Cole Field Hoose) 


Siena 

Manland leads. 


1-0 


,3-l5-()2 


M 


W 


85-711 


l-\<:\\ TotirnamenI at \\asliing' 
ton.ac IMi:i Center) 


South Carolina 

Manland 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 


ft 


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 


ft 


79-48 


1-4-55 


H 


W 


68-51 


1-10-55 


A 


ft 


68-52 


1-4-56 


H 


W 


76-57 


1-9-56 


A 


W 


59-53 


1-5-57 


A 


I 


60-68 


1-14-57 


H 


w 


66-59 


3-8-57 


N2 


L 


64-74 


1-3-58 


A 


ft 


72-59 


3-1-58 


H 


ft 


99-59 


1-9-59 


A 


W 


59-41 


2-27-59 


H 


ft 


75-45 


1-8-60 


H 


ft' 


85-52 


2-27-60 


A 


w 


72-55 


1-7-61 


H 


ft' 


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 


« 


51-44 


1-6-64 


H 


L 


69-73 (OT) 


2-29-64 


A 


1, 


64-74 


1-9-65 


A 


ft 


75-70 


2-27-65 


H 


W 


73-59 


1-31-66 


A 


w 


78-63 


2-25-66 


H 


w 


56-42 


12-10-66 


H 


L 


63-65 


1-30-67 


A 


, 


53-80 


3-9-67 


N3 


. 


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 1, 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 L 70-96 

1-9-71 H W 31-30 (UT) 
3-11-71 \3 L 63-71 
12-28-87 H ft 82-77 
12-5-88 A L 51-57 
12-1-89 N5 L 51-52 
12-29-90 ^6 ft' 78-69 
11-14-97 N7 I, 72-76 (OT) 
l-So ijinf Tournament alKalcigh. 
AC. (ReraoWs CoiiseumI' 2-KC 
Tournament al Raleigh, ^.C. 
IKetnolds Coliseum). 3-ICC Itiur- 
nament al Crcensboro. ^C. 
ICreenshoro Coliseum): 4-ACC 
Tournament al Cliarloiie. i\ C 
(Cliariotte Coliseum) 3-Central 
Fidelit) Classic al Riclimond. la. 
lgobbinsi:enlerl.6-ECKHolida} 
Festival al Veu York. HY. IMadl- 
.son Stiuare Garden). 7-Bl3ck 
Coaettes Assoc f.'/as.s-(c al Minne- 
apolis. Minn tTbrget Center) 

South Carolina 
Stale 

Manland leads. 1-U 

12-27-98 H ft 104-70 

Southern California 

Manland leads. 3-0 

12-30-78 HI ft 83-79 
2-19-90 A ft 64-62 
11-28-90 H W 72-59 
l-Mar\1and Invitational at College 
Park. ,IM ICnte Field llousel 

Southern Illinois 

Manland trails. 0-1 

12-22-67 Nl L 72-73 (0T| 
I -Sun Carnival Tournament at El 
Paso, Texas IMemorial Cymna- 
sinml 

Soiifli Florida 

Manland leads. 2-0 

1-23-90 H ft 84-66 
1-19-91 A ft 87-81 



Stanford 

Manland leads. 3-0 

12-28-H:i M ft 67-65 
I2-6-9K \2 ft 62-69 
3-24-01 N3 ft 87-73 
I'Havvaii'Pacitk Tournament al 
Wailuku. Hawaii fUar Memorial 
taitiseum): 2-bBiT Classic al 
Wasbingwn. ().(,'. IMCI C.euler). 3- 
AC.*14 Tournament at .Anaheim. 
Calif (.Arrowhead Pond of \na- 
heimj 

Staunton Uilitar} 

Manland trails. 0-1 

1910-11 A L 24-58 

Stevens Institute 

Manland leads. 4-1 

1924-25 A ft 21-19 
1924-25 H ft 21-17 
1925-26 H L 24-27 
1926-27 H ft 27-18 
1-30-28 H ft 31-24 

Stony Brooii 

Maryland leads. I-Q 

12-6-00 H W 107-59 



- COMCAST CEIVTER WELCOMES THE EOOe IVATIOIVAL CHAMPIOMS - 

Texas Tech 

Manland leads. 1-0 



Sfracuse 

Manland leads. 


5-0 


3-20-72 Nl ft 


71-65 


12-30-72 H2 ft 


90-76 


3-15-73 N3 ft 


91-75 


12-29-76 H2 ft 


96-85 


12-6-80 A4 ft 


83-73 



lAiiiionjI ImiUilinii Tiiurn,imcnl 
al Neil hirk. \ ) iM.iilisonSiiusn- 
Garden): 2-Mmbn(! InUlsUonal 
at College Park. Md. (Cole Field 
House): 3-NCM Tournament al 
Charlotte ^.C, (Charlotte Coli- 
seum): 4-Carrier Classic 31 Sj,Ta- 
cuse. \ 1 (Carrier Dome) 



Tiimpa 

Manland leads. 


2-0 


l-:io-.-.4 


\ 


U 


61-51 


12-22-70 


11 


ft 


80-72 


Temple 

The series Is tied. 3-3 


12-4-48 


A 


1, 


49-67 


3-14-.58 


M 


1, 


67-71 


12-29-79 


H2 


ft 


85-63 


2-28-98 


N3 


ft 


83-66 


2-13-00 


A 


1. 


65-73 


11-9-01 


\4 


ft 


82-74 



l-\C[\ Ihurnament al C.harlotte 
.\ C ICharloite Coliseum): 2- 
Marvland Invitalional at College 
Park. Md ICt)le Field House): 3- 
at Ballimtire, Md IBaHlmore 
Yrena). ^-Coaettes vs. Cancer 
Ikm Classic al .Veir lort. A I 
jMadison Square Garden) 

Tennessee 

Tlie series Is tied, 2-2 

12-5-49 A I. 40-61 
12-20-63 M L 59-70 



3-8-80 N2 ft 



)-75 



11-25-84 \3 ft 72-49 
l-VPI Tournament al Btaeksburg, 
Ya IMrginla Tcrh Coliseum): 2- 
\( ' U Tourn:micnl al Cnrnslion). 
\ C ICreeusbont t:oiiseum) 3- 
Great .Alaska Shtioloat at Anchor 
age. .Alaska ISullivan Arena) 

Tennessee- 
Chattanooga 

Maryland leads. 2-0 



3-12-81 



W 81-69 



3-17-83 N2 W 52-51 
lACAA Tournament al Dayton, 
0/iio (0,1.1 Ion \rena): 2-\'C.4A 
Tournament al Houston. Texas 
IThe Summit) 

Te\as-FI Paso 

Manland trails, 0-2 

12-21-67 Al 1, 53-70 
12-30-88 ^2 L 51-69 
I'Sun Carnival Tournament al El 
Paso, Texas IMemorial Gymna- 
sium): 2-Sun Boh/ Tournament at 
El Paso, teas {Special Events 
Center) 

Texas 

Manland leads, I-Q 

3-18-95 M ft 82-68 
l-M' 1 1 Fourn,iment at Salt Lake 
City I lab t.lon llunisman Cenler) 

Texas Christian 

Mankind lead s. 1-0 

ll-ri-HII M ft 74-67 
I -Fivc'li'mlinvvi Classical Irvine, 
Calif IBren Events Center) 



12-27-54 Nl ft 


58-54 


1- All- American City Tburnament at 
Dvvensboro, K.V: 


Tonson 

Manland leads. 


12-0 


i2-'i-ai 11 ft 


75-59 


12-14-82 H ft 


66-56 


2-21-85 H ft 


91-38 


12-13-85 H ft 


91-58 


1-5-87 H ft 


79-71 


11-26-90 H ft 


93-69 


12-21-91 H ft 


83-76 


12-23-92 H ft 


78-68 


12-23-93 Nl ft 


109-71 


12-12-94 H ft 


120-73 


11-27-95 Nl W 


70-67 


11-30-96 H ft' 


93-76 


(- at Baltimore, Md IBallimore 
Arena) 


liilane 

Manland leads. 


1-0 


11-19-99 HI ft 


78-70 


l-l'reseason MTal laillege Park. 
Md. (Co/f Field House) 


Tiilsa 

Manland leads. 


1-0 


12-2H-64 M ft 


66-59 


l-Hurricanet:iassic at Miami, Fla. 
IMIamt Beach Convenlion Cenler) 


rCfnine 

Manland leads. 


1-0 


12-11-90 H ft 


93-79 


l€Li 

Manland trails. 2-5 


12-1-73 A L 


64-65 


12-28-74 HI L 


75-81 


12-29-81 A L 


57-90 


12-23-82 H ft 


80-79 (20T) 


12-9-95 N2 L 


63-73 


11-27-98 N3 ft 


70-54 


.3-18-00 N4 L 


70-105 



/ -Maryland ln\itational al College 
Park. Md (Cole Held House): 2- 
John MiHiden Cla.ssic at \nabelm, 
CdUl I \rni\\head Pond nt \na- 
helm). :t-Puerlo Rico Shootout al 
Baynmon. PR. (Eugealo Guerra 
Sporiti fjomplex); 4-N(M Tiiurna- 
menl al Minneapolis. Minn (HHH 
Metrodome) 

I C Santa Barbara 

Manland leads, 1-0 
3- 18-88 M W 92-82 

/-.\r;.il ftturnamenl at Cincinnati. 
Ohio (Riverfronl Coliseum) 

l\C Xsheulle 

Mapland leads. 1-0 

12-22-97 H W 110-52 



I \(: Charlotte 

Maryland leads. 1-0 

12-22-75 H VV 70-60 

l!\C Givensboro 

Mar>land leads, 1-0 

2-25-92 H W 84-55 

l\€ liilmittffton 

!Vlar>land leads. I-Q 

12-27-97 H W 74-36 



Manland trails. 


1-4 


2-4-78 


H 


W 


81-68 


12-4-78 


A 


L 


88-94 


1-19-85 


A 


L 


76-78 


12-7-85 


H 


L 


61-64 


3-16-86 


Nl 


L 


64-70 


l-.VCA-l Tournament at Long 
Beach, Calif (Long Beach Arena) 



(..•>'. Merchant 
Marines 

Manland trails. 1-3 



2-27-45 


A 


I 


41-54 


2-14-46 


H 


W 


43-39 


2-26-46 


A 


L 


31-48 


2-19-47 


A 


L 


47-73 


Itah 

iManland leads. 


1-0 


11-22-94 


Nl 


ft 


90-78 


l-Maui Invitalional al Lahaina. 
Hawaii (Lahaina Civic Cenler) 


itah State 

Manland leads. 


1-0 


3-12-98 


Nl 


ft 


82-68 


l-\C\A Tournamenl al Sacra- 
mento. Calif, (,'\rco ,\rena) 


\alparaiso 

Manland leads. 


1-0 


;mi-99 


M 


ft 


82-60 


l-\C\\ Tournament al Orlando. 
Fla (drlando \n'na) 


landerhilt 

Manland leads. 


1-0 


12-28-57 


Nl 


ft 


71-56 


/ 'Sugar Bow I Tournamenl al A'e h 
tirleans. La. ILovola Field House) 




Vilianoia 

Manland trails. 


1-2 


1-27-85 


H 


ft 


77-74 


3-22-85 


Nl 


L 


43-46 


2-1-86 


A 


L 


62-64 


/-.'VC.U Tournament al Birming- 
ham, Ala iBtrmingham Coliseum) 


Mrginia 

Manland leads. 95-61 


1923-24 


H 


L 


13-26 


1924-25 


H 


W 


24-18 


1924-25 


A 


W 


36-25 


1925-26 


A 


L 


28-34 


1925-26 


H 


VV 


30-21 


1926-27 


A 


L 


17-22 


1926-27 


H 


VV 


29-28 (OT) 


1-27-28 


H 


ft 


26-20 


2-13-28 


A 


L 


12-34 


1-15-29 


A 


ft 


30-22 


2-1-29 


H 


L 


22-25 


1-14-30 


H 


VV 


54-20 


2-15-30 


H 


w 


51-29 


2-2-31 


A 


L 


31-34 


2-13-31 


H 


ft 


34-21 


1-21-32 


A 


ft 


36-31 


2-13-32 


H 


ft 


46-18 


1-31-33 


A 


L 


19-26 


2-9-33 


H 


W 


37-28 


1-26-34 


A 


ft 


43-20 


2-6-34 


H 


W 


28-25 


2-2-35 


H 


W 


44-24 


2-20-35 


A 


W 


33-32 


2-6-36 


H 


W 


40-34 


1-23-37 


H 


W 


37-23 


1-27-38 


A 


VV 


39-23 


1-28-39 


H 


w 


31-21 


2-6-41 


A 


L 


18-47 


1-9-42 


A 


w 


35-34 


1-29-42 


H 


ft' 


36-26 


1-9-43 


H 


w 


53-49 


2-15-43 


A 


VV 


56-42 


1-8-44 


A 


L 


20-52 


2-5-44 


H 


L 


26-49 


2-3-45 


A 


L 


26-57 


2-10-45 


H 


L 


33-61 











1-23-46 


A 


L 


45-48 


2-9-46 


H 


ft 


37-36 


1-12-48 


A 


1, 


44-64 


2-16-48 


H 


1, 


56-68 


12-16-48 


H 


L 


47-53 


1-7-49 


A 


L 


43-79 


12-6-49 


A 


1, 


56-66 


2-14-50 


H 


ft 


70-52 


12-1-50 


H 


ft 


59-57 


12-13-50 


A 


W 


46-43 


12-2-51 


A 


ft 


59-42 


1-7-52 


H 


VV 


63-53 


12-2-52 


H 


ft" 


71-61 


1-5-53 


A 


w 


59-56 


1-5-54 


H 


VV 


70-64 


1-18-54 


A 


w 


70-56 


12-14-54 


A 


VV 


72-69 


1-6-55 


H 


ft 


78-65 


3-3-55 


Nl 


L 


67-68 (OT) 


12-2-55 


H 


VI 


67-55 


2-23-56 


A 


L 


60-73 


12-1-56 


A 


w 


67-63 


1-1-57 


N2 


ft 


43-39 


2-12-57 


H 


ft 


85-64 


3-7-57 


Nl 


ft 


71-68 


2-7-58 


A 


ft 


87-66 


2-18-58 


11 


ft 


69-56 


3-6-58 


Nl 


ft 


70-66 


12-10-58 


H 


w 


63-56 


2-18-59 


A 


L 


50-62 


3-5-59 


Nl 


L 


65-66 


12-9-59 


H 


ft 


70-62 


2-10-60 


A 


W 


44-43 


12-3-60 


A 


VV 


57-52 


2-22-61 


H 


ft 


77-62 


12-18-61 


A 


ft 


91-70 


2-21-62 


H 


L 


68-72 


12-15-62 


A 


ft 


67-61 


2-16-63 


H 


L 


69-71 


12-2-63 


H 


ft 


68-58 


2-20-64 


A 


L 


73-79 


12-5-64 


A 


L 


59-61 


2-17-65 


H 


ft 


52-47 


1-5-66 


H 


L 


62-65 


2-16-66 


A 


ft 


71-64 


12-13-66 


A 


ft 


85-65 


2-13-67 


H 


W 


87-76 


2-13-68 


H 


w 


85-76 


2-28-68 


A 


L 


68-70 


1-16-69 


H 


L 


77-78 


2-15-69 


A 


L 


78-84 


2-11-70 


A 


L 


69-71 


2-28-70 


H 


ft 


79-71 


2-10-71 


A 


L 


63-78 


3-6-71 


11 


ft 


89-84 (OT) 


12-8-71 


A 


L 


,57-78 


3-4-72 


H 


ft 


45-42 


3-10-72 


N3 


VV 


62-57 


1-9-73 


H 


VV 


93-74 


3-3-73 


A 


VV 


92-81 


2-6-74 


A 


w 


88-81 


3-2-74 


H 


VV 


110-75 


2-4-75 


H 


w 


86-79 


2-19-75 


A 


ft' 


70-51 


2-4-76 


A 


w 


69-66 


2-28-76 


H 


w 


81-73 


3-5-76 


N4 


L 


65-73 


2-2-77 


H 


ft 


82-67 


2-26-77 


A 


L 


68-77 


2-1-78 


A 


L 


64-66 


2-25-78 


H 


L 


70-79 


1-31-79 


H 


L 


63-69 


2-21-79 


A 


L 


72-75 


1-30-80 


A 


W 


63-61 


2-23-80 


H 


ft 


82-71 


1-14-81 


H 


L 


64-66 


2-28-81 


A 


L 


63-74 


3-6-81 


N4 


ft 


85-62 


1-12-82 


A 


L 


40-45 (OT) 


2-27-82 


H 


ft 


47-46 (OT) 


1-8-83 


H 


L 


64-83 


3-7-83 


A 


1, 


81-83 


1-31-84 


A 


ft 


67-66 


3-4-84 


H 


ft 


74-65 


1-30-85 


H 


ft 


71-58 


3-3-85 


A 


ft 


60-55 


1-19-86 


A 


L 


49-70 


3-1-86 


H 


W 


87-72 


1-10-87 


H 


L 


64-71 



3-1-87 


A 


L 


77-82 


1-20-88 


A 


L 


72-84 


3-5-88 


H 


VV 


69-63 


1-17-89 


H 


L 


58-64 (OT) 


3-5-89 


A 


L 


59-86 


1-17-90 


A 


ft 


74-72 


3-3-90 


H 


ft 


89-74 


1-16-91 


H 


L 


62-76 


3-2-91 


A 


ft 


78-74 (OT) 


1-29-92 


A 


L 


75-82 


3-7-92 


H 


L 


74-76 


2-4-93 


H 


L 


68-70 


3-6-93 


A 


L 


74-88 


2-2-94 


A 


L 


66-73 


3-5-94 


H 


VV 


70-68 


3-11-94 


N5 


1, 


63-69 


2-1-95 


H 


ft 


71-62 


3-5-95 


A 


L 


67-92 


2-1-96 


A 


VV 


80-72 


3-2-96 


H 


W 


83-71 


1-4-97 


H 


VV 


78-62 


3-2-97 


A 


L 


74-81 


2-1-98 


H 


W 


77-70 


2-24-98 


A 


ft 


74-66 


1-7-99 


A 


ft 


71-66 


2-6-99 


H 


ft 


88-72 


2-2-00 


H 


ft 


91-79 


3-4-00 


A 


L 


87-89 (OT) 


1-31-01 


A 


L 


78-99 


3-3-01 


H 


ft 


102-67 


1-31-02 


A 


ft 


91-87 


3-3-02 


H 


ft 


112-92 



l-.ACC Tournament at Raielgb. 
^C IReynolds Colisieum): 2-AII- 
American City Tournamenl at 
Onensboni. k.y, 3-ACC Tourna- 
ment al Greensbon). ,V C. IGreens- 
bom Coliseum): 4-.ACC Tourna- 
menl at Landover Md. (Capital 
Centre): 5-.ACC Tournament at 
Charlotte. V C (Cbarlolle Coli- 
seuml 

ICC SflUFS PROFILE 

Terpsal Home: :.7-l9 

Terps al Cule Field House: 22- 

25 

Ter|)s at Come ast t>nter: 0-0 
•ft-rps on Hie Road: 33-37 
Terps al ^ eu^ ral Sites: 5-5 
Terps since 1953-54:65-42 

Las i IOCaiiir s:8-2 

rnrrent Sireait: I'M won 3 
Longest I M Win Slreat: 1 1 
l^insesi I VA Win Streaii: 5 



lj!r«esHVinMar(iin: 35 (102-67 
on March 3, 2001; 110-75 on 

Marcl] 2. 1974) 

Urgesl Ixiss Margin: 36 (79-43 

on.ian 7, 1!I49| 

Most IM Points Scored: 112 
Most WA Points Stored: 99 

Mrginia Mililar} 
Inslilule Om 

Manland leads. 41-10 



1-28-11 


A 


ft 


17-14 


2-4-14 


A 


L 


3-44 


1923-24 


H 


L 


12-21 


1923-24 


Nl 


ft 


34-19 


192.5-26 


A 


ft 


30-21 


1926-27 


A 


ft 


32-15 


1-14-28 


A 


ft 


23-9 


2-5-29 


A 


ft 


30-27 


2-12-30 


A 


ft' 


44-25 


2-22-30 


H 


ft 


39-21 


1-9-31 


A 


W 


35-18 


1-30-31 


H 


ft 


44-20 


1-16-32 


A 


ft 


43-28 


1-26-32 


H 


ft 


38-20 


1-13-33 


A 


L 


29-30 


2-14-33 


H 


W 


45-29 


2-13-34 


H 


ft 


36-27 


1-8-35 


1 


ft 


39-24 


1-7-36 


1 


ft 


44-29 


1-11-36 


A 


W 


53-32 


1-9-37 


A 


ft 


48-28 


2-13-37 


H 


W 


45-28 



HI 

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111 

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CaiMSECUTIVE AICAA TOURlVAMEIXiTS • SWEET SIXTEEIXJ 11X1 SIX OF THE LAST IXIIiVE YEARS • TWO CDIMSECUTIVE FIIMAL FOLRS • 




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- COMCAST CEIVTER WELCOMES THE BOOe IVATIONAL CHAMPIimS - 



1-8-38 




W 


42-27 


2-11-38 




W 


43-33 


2-18-39 




W 


33-35 


2-7-11) 




W 


60-33 


2-20-10 




W 


27-25 


1-15-41 




1. 


30-64 


2-18-41 




L 


27-41 


2-2-42 




1, 


41-46 


2-27-42 




« 


39-36 


1-16-43 




L 


34-35 


2-25-43 




L 


35-36 


1-15-44 




\\ 


43-36 


2-19-44 




W 


31-29 


1-13-45 




W 


46-28 


2-545 




L 


27-35 


1-18-47 




W 


61-50 


3-1-47 




W 


53-45 


12-18-47 




W 


53-16 


1-17-48 




W 


63-48 


2-4-49 




W 


53-45 


2-28-49 




W 


70-55 


2-1-50 




W 


65-53 


2-6-50 




L 


61-62 


2-8-51 




« 


46-11 


2-24-51 




W 


65-46 


12-18-51 




W 


57-39 


2-9-52 




W 


64-46 


12-17-52 




W 


54-37 


2-12-53 


H 


W 


67-41 


l-Sfi Conf Tburnamcntal Mlanta 
Ga. 


lifginia Tech 

Manland leads. 23-t 


1925-26 


A 


W 


19-17 


1925-26 


H 


W 


30-14 


1-12-28 


\ 


W 


29-20 


2-23-28 


H 


W 


30-10 


2-4-29 


\ 


L 


29-39 


1-25-30 


H 


tt 


44-27 


2-11-30 


A 


W 


34-23 


1-31-31 


H 


W 


33-16 


1-30-32 


H 


W 


51-16 


1-7-33 


A 


W 


40-20 


1-21-33 


H 


W 


37-21 


1-13-34 


\ 


W 


29-24 


1-20-34 


H 


W 


34-32 


1-31-38 


H 


W 


42-35 


1-19-40 


H 


w 


49-41 


2-21-41 


H 


L 


39-48 


1-17-47 


A 


W 


57-49 


2-17-47 


H 


W 


55-42 


12-9-48 


H 


W 


60-51 


12-3-49 


A 


L 


57-63 


1-15-51 


H 


L 


57-66 


1-12-53 


H 


«• 


65-46 


2-6-33 


A 


tt 


70-56 


12-17-53 


H 


« 


60-52 


2-5-54 


A 


\\ 


54-41 


1-29-90 


H 


tt 


89-80 


2-19-91 


A 


tt 


82-67 


IliiATifr 

Manlund Ipad!^. 


i-0 


12-5-80 


M 


W 


96-73 


l-t:amerClasf'iralS\Tacti:<c, Vi; 
(CarriiT Dome) 


nake Forest 

Maoland If ads. 55-50 


3-6-53 


M 




59-61 lOT) 


■ 12-5-53 


A 




54-71 


1 2-15-54 


H 


W 


74-53 


3-5-54 


N2 




56-64 (OT) 


12-10-54 


H 




58-62 inT) 


2-21-55 


\ 




71-75 


12-10-55 


H 


W 


61-51 


2-20-56 


\ 




60-76 


12-10-56 


H 


W 


59-53 


2-18-37 


^ 




58-62 


12-13-57 


H 


W 


72-58 


2-8-58 


\ 


W 


74-67 


12-20-58 


H 


« 


68-65 


2-7-59 


\ 


1, 


53-56 


12-18-59 


H 


1. 


47-54 


2-6-60 


A 


1. 


64-65 


12-17-60 


H 


1, 


60-72 



2-4-61 


A 


L 


69-78 


3-3-61 


N2 


L 


76-98 


12-16-61 


H 


« 


79-62 


2-17-62 


A 


L 


78-81 


12-19-62 


H 


L 


74-85 


2-14-63 


A 


L 


54-75 


2-28-63 


N2 


L 


41-80 


1-20-64 


\ 


w 


91-82 


2-14-64 


H 


L 


77-79 


12-18-64 


H 


W 


82-64 


1-14-65 


\ 


W 


93-85 (OTI 


12-4-65 


H 


W 


87-66 


2-7-66 


A 


W 


86-78 (OTI 


12-20-66 


H 


L 


59-68 


3-1-67 


A 


L 


64-78 


12-14-67 


\ 


L 


60-73 


2-17-68 


H 


W 


87-74 


12-14-68 


\ 


L 


87-95 


1-3-69 


A3 


L 


71-93 


12-13-69 


H 


L 


87-104 


1-3-70 


A3 


n 


96-88 


12-12-70 


H 


w 


72-71 


3-2-71 


\ 


L 


66-72 


1-10-72 


A3 


w 


49-46 


3-1-72 


H 


\\ 


64-56 (OTI 


1-22-73 


H 


« 


105-76 


2-28-73 


A 


L 


60-62 


3-9-73 


N4 


K 


73-65 


1-11-74 


A 


K 


72-59 


2-27-74 


H 


w 


77-68 


12-4-74 


A 


V. 


99-78 


1-11-75 


H 


w 


89-73 


1-10-76 


A3 


L 


93-96 


2-25-76 


II 


w 


105-91 


1-8-77 


II 


I 


85-86 (OT) 


2-22-77 


\3 


w 


81-80 


1-7-78 


A3 


I 


75-84 


2-22-78 


H 


w 


91-89 


1-6-79 


II 


I 


60-66 


2-19-79 


A3 


w 


54-53 


1-5-80 


\ 


w 


84-76 


2-20-80 


II 


w 


83-77 


2-1-81 


\ 


L 


60-67 


2-21-81 


H 


tt 


94-80 


2-3-82 


H 


« 


61-56 


2-20-82 


A3 


L 


42-48 


2-9-83 


\3 


L 


66-79 


2-26-83 


H 


tt 


83-75 


2-8-84 


\3 


L 


87-90 (20TI 


2-26-84 


H 


W 


90-79 


3-10-84 


\4 


tt 


66-64 


2-6-85 


\ 


W 


64-62 


2-24-85 


11 


W 


69-66 


1-28-86 


H 


w 


U-33 


2-26-86 


A3 


w 


59-18 


2-2-87 


A 


L 


58-69 


2-22-87 


H 


L 


68-75 


1-2-88 


II 


W 


93-76 


2-27-88 


\3 


W 


70-65 


1-1-89 


A 


L 


60-70 


2-25-89 


II 


L 


61-75 


1-4-90 


II 


W 


88-82 


2-24-90 


\ 


L 


74-84 


1-2-91 


\ 


L 


62-74 


2-23-91 


II 


W 


86-78 


1-22-92 


H 


1. 


76-86 


3-5-92 


A 


« 


77-66 


1-16-93 


H 


L 


73-86 


2-17-93 


A 


L 


64-88 


1-15-94 


A 


tt 


61-58 


2-16-94 


H 


tt 


81-58 


1-14-95 


II 


tt 


76-66 


2-15-95 


A 


1. 


54-63 


1-13-96 


A 


L 


64-77 


2-15-96 


II 


L 


78-85 


1-19-97 


A 


tt 


54-51 


2-1-97 


H 


L 


69-74 


1-17-98 


A 


L 


60-72 


2-19-98 


H 


L 


79-83 


12-3-98 


H 


tt 


92-69 


1-31-99 


A 


L 


72-85 


1-19-00 


H 


tt 


71-53 


2-19-00 


A 


tt 


73-67 


1-17-01 


H 


tt 


81-71 


2-17-01 


A 


tt 


73-57 


3-9-01 


N5 


tt 


71-53 


1-23-02 


A 


tt 


85-63 


2-24-02 


H 


tt 


90-89 



}-So Cont. Tournament al Raleigh. 
\C IKexmMsColiseuml. 2-\CC 
Tournaim-nt Jl Raleigh, \ C. 
lRe\i}i'lils I'.itli^eiim): 3-3( iiivens- 
hi>ni \ (' Hirren-^tNtriiColiseuml: 
4-\(X Toumamenl al GreenstKm. 
\C iGreensbuw Coliseum}. > 
\CC Timrnament at Mlanta. Ga 
( Georgia Domej 

'frrpsam»me::i2-lli 

T^rps iit Cole Hi-ld Honsc: 31-15 



TprtK .11 ( iirn 

TeqiMiFl lllr 


.1-1 f'enler: U-0 

\ii.iil :i>- In 
.ll bill's; M 
ri:{-34: 55-49 


Tntls ill \riM 
Ttrgs sint e 1 
lasl 10 (.jiMi 


Curmil ^ 
LongesI I 
Loner-.! \ 


red 


k: 1 \l uiin 7 


M Win Streak: 7 
llHinSireake 


Ursf si n 

on Jan 22 


1>| 


arjln: 29 (105-76 

'31 


Urersl loss Marjln: 39 |80-4I 
on Fi-h 28 19631 


Jlo»llMPolnl» Scored: 103 


MO.SI \\n PolDls 


Scored: 104 




nashinglon College 

Manland leads. 1.3-4 


1924-25 


H 


I. 


16-27 


1925-26 


H 


tt 


30-26 


1926-27 


H 


L 


18-22 


1926-27 


A 


L 


16-21 


2-17-28 


H 


H 


22-20 


2-11-31 


H 


1. 


32-33 


2-10-32 


H 


W 


36-10 


2-8-33 


H 


W 


35-27 


2-17-34 


H 


W 


44-33 


1-16-35 


H 


W 


43-27 


1-2.3-36 


H 


tt 


46-34 


2-18-36 


A 


tt 


56-30 


1-20-37 


H 


tt 


41-20 


2-16-38 


A 


tt 


43-42 


2-24-39 


H 


tt 


47-37 


2-22-41 


H 


tt 


26-18 


1-16-42 


H 


tt 


28-25 


nashin0on & Lee 

>lanland leads. 27-26 


1910-11 


A 


1, 


17-46 


i-31-n 


H 


L 


24-29 


2-3-14 


A 


1. 


8-63 


1923-24 


H 


W 


22-21 


1925-26 


11 


tt 


40-27 


1925-26 


\ 


tt 


33-20 


1926-27 


H 


tt 


44-32 


1926-27 


A 


I 


32-34 


12-19-27 


H 


tt 


38-24 


1-13-28 


A 


tt 


31-28 


2-2-29 


H 


L 


22-47 


2-6-29 


A 


L 


18-42 


2-3-30 


H 


1, 


25-29 


2-13-.30 


A 


L 


21-36 


I-I0-3I 


A 


tt 


36-21 


2-3-31 


H 


tt 


28-17 


1-15-32 


A 


tt 


42-38 


2-15-32 


H 


tt 


49-19 


1-14-33 


A 


L 


40-43 


2-11-33 


H 


tt 


46-28 


3-1-34 


M 


L 


37-45 


2-16-35 


H 


L 


29-33 


1-10-36 


A 


1. 


27-30 


2-11-36 


H 


L 


54-55 


3-6-36 


M 


L 


32-38 


1-8-37 


A 


L 


27-51 


2-18-37 


H 


1, 


35-41 


1-7-38 


A 


L 


29-31 


2-5-38 


H 


tt 


36-32 


2-11-39 


H 


tt 


39-37 


1-20-40 


H 


1, 


25-44 


2-8-40 


A 


L 


19-39 


2-28-40 


N'l 


tt 


43-30 


1-14-41 


A 


L 


41-59 


2-8-41 


H 


L 


15-42 


2-3-42 


A 


L 


44-52 


2-7-42 


H 


L 


28-30 


I-I5-43 


.\ 


L 


40-50 



2-1343 


H 


tt 55-35 


1-1647 


A 


W 65-60 


1-31-47 


H 


tt 59-30 


12-1747 


A 


L 64-70 


2-748 


H 


tt 64-38 


2-549 


A 


tt 66-60 


12-10-49 


H 


tt 65-46 


12-18-50 


H 


tt 5243 


2-7-51 


A 


L 65-83 


12-5-51 


11 


tt 71-51 


12-19-51 


A 


tt 5143 


12-18-52 


\ 


tt 58-40 


2-14-.53 


11 


tt 87-56 


24-54 


A 


W 51-25 


2-11-54 


11 


W 7643 


/-.So Cont TdumamentatRaleigfi. 
\ C. IRewtild^ Cnlisfuml 


Washinglon UI.CA. 

Manland Iralls. 0-1 


19114-05 




L 


West Mrginia 

Manland trails. 14-22 


1 '125.20 


H 


tt 25-15 


1-5-34 


A 


L 24-26 


1-2-35 


11 


L 29-39 


2-10-36 


\ 


L 26-51 


12-1941 


A 


L 36-63 


2-1442 


H 


L 2741 


2-23-46 


H 


L 33-35 


12-14-46 


A 


L 43-81 


2-14-51 


H 


L 64-70 


12-15-51 


A 


L 36-39 


12-13-52 


H 


W 5245 


12-14-53 


A 


L 71-87 


12-14-63 


H 


tt 74-72 


2-5-64 


A 


. 67-91 


12-12-64 


H 


. 7,3-80 |0T| 


2-10-65 


A 


tt 86-78 


12-21-65 


A 


L 74-76 


2-12-66 


H 


tt 107-92 


1-11-67 


A 


tt 82-81 lOTI 


1-28-67 


H 


L 58-61 


1-10-68 


11 


tt 79-75 


2-10-68 


A 


L 66-83 


124-68 


A 


L 65-86 


2-8-69 


H 


tt 91-84 


1-7-70 


11 


W 83-76 


2-25-70 


\ 


L 78-83 


2-27-71 


II 


L 81-83 



3-17-84 M W 102-77 
12-1-84 H tt 5647 

12-12-85 A tt 4241 
1-21-87 H tt 65-62 
12-5-87 A I. 49-75 

12-27-88 H L 61-69 
12-1-90 A L 85-90 
12-7-91 H tt 101-91 
12-5-92 A L 72-86 

/-ACll Tournament al Biming- 

nam. ti.i. iBiminsliani Califictiml 

Hrsfrrn Carolina 

Manland leads. 1-0 

11-14-98 H tt 11346 

lle.vlern hentuch} 

Manland leads. 2-0 

12-29-71 HI tt 103-67 
12-28-77 HI tt 91-78 
t-\lar\lan(llnulationalatCotlc^i' 
Pari.. \l(l ICoteFfrlilHoasel 

nesiem Martland 

Maryland leads. 12-0 

1926-27 H tt 32-25 

2-24-28 H tt 30-29 

2-15-29 H tt 32-17 

2-6-.30 H tt 37-18 

2-14-31 H tt 45-35 

2-12-32 H tt 25-15 

2-18-33 H tt 37-32 

2-10-34 H tt 49-33 

1-14-37 H tt 48-36 

12-12-39 H tt 48-32 

12-1746 H tt 49-39 

12-1147 A tt 63-58 

nithita Slate 

Manland leads. 1-0 

12-28-68 M H 95-83 
l-Ctiarloltc Imiuitinnal al Char- 
lotk: \ f ' ICtiartfitte C'ofoeu/nJ 

nWener College 

Maryland Iralls. 0-2 

1910-11 A I. 19-50 
2-28-14 A L 



lli7/i<ioi X Man 

Manland leads. 22-8 



12-20-28 


H 




30-20 


12-13-29 


H 




27-23 


1-30-36 


H 




41-39 


2-9-37 


H 




41-29 


2-10-38 


11 




45-38 


2-14-39 


II 




49-57 


2-1441 


H 




40-38 


12-1641 


A 




34-39 


2-1342 


H 




42-32 


2-2343 


H 




51-36 


2-1745 


A 




53-46 


2-2046 


A 




36-42 


1-10-50 


H 




52-.56 


1-21-50 


A 




56-64 


12-11-50 


H 




4841 


2-17-51 


A 




50-55 


12-12-51 


H 




54-53 


2-16-52 


A 




66-71 


124-52 


II 




64-61 


2-17-53 


A 




79-57 


12-8-53 


A 




69-54 


2-25-54 


H 




74-55 


2-5-o5 


A 




67-62 


12-8-55 


11 




52-51 


1-3-81 


H 




69-64 


1-27-82 


A 




50-43 


1-5-83 


H 




56-51 


1-7-84 


H 


tt 


58-44 


12-5-85 


H 


tt 


7748 


12-27-01 


H 


tt 


103-75 


IMnlhiop 

Manland leads. 3-0 


12-27-86 


H 


tt 


76-58 


12-3-87 


H 


tt 


65-52 


12-7-99 


H 


tt 


76-65 (Oil 


nisconsin 

>lan1and trails. 


1-3 


12-30-31 


\ 


L 


30-32 


12-23-32 


H 


L 


13-22 


11-29-00 M 


L 


7.5-78 (OTI 


3-17-02 


\2 


tt 


87-57 


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VCU Taurnamenlal Wa^hinglon. 
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Hoi>i>ilal 

The series is tied. I- 1 

2-944 H tt 48-26 
2-1844 A L 25-35 

ll,« om/ng 

Manland leads. 1-0 

12-31-60 M tt 84-77 
I'Diue Clastiic al Haleigli. AC, 
iRe\llolcls Colisenm) 

Vaiier 

Maryland leads. 1-0 

12-28-76 HI tt 84-74 
l-\lar\land lli\itational at College 
Park. Mil li:ole Ftelil House! 

lale 

Manland leads. i-U 

14-60 H tt 103-80 




Manland heal \orlli Carolina on /'eft. 21. IHl!) lo ma/A Ihc Terps' Hrsl win out a \o. I 
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Tolal In-Seasoii Tournamenls: 57 

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Tol.il rji.iin|>i<)iiships; 27 




Runner-lps: 12 


UMflirriran City Ii»iiniainen( (Onensboro. hy.) 

12-30-53 \s. Arizona Slalea W 65-50 


12-31-53 \s. EvansMlle 


H 66-58 


1-2-54 vs. Kentucky Weslevan 


H 54-37 (champions) 


12-27-34 vs. Texas Tech 


W 58-54 


12-28-54 vs. Rhode Island 


W 83-66 


12-30-54 vs. Cincinnati 


W 78-61 (ciiamplons) 


12-30-56 vs. Montana Slate 


W 89-72 


12-31-56 vs. Ne« Mexico .W.\l 


L 43-45 


1-1-57 vs. Mrsinia 


H 43-39 


HHAT Biink/Childreas Chanties Clasnic 
(Undoter. MdJiUshiaglon. D.C.) * 

12-2-95 vs. Massaehusell.s L 47-50 


1 2-3-95 vs. Georsr Washinslon 


H 98-81 


12-8-96 vs. Calllornia 


W 80-64 


1 2-9-96 \s. Georse ttashinglim 


\\ 74-68 (Champions) 


12-7-97 vs. Kansas 


W 86-83 


12-8-97 vs. Georse «ashinfiton 


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 


1 2-5-99 vs. Georse Washinston 


L 69-74 


12-2-00 vs. Michigan 


W 82-51 


12-3-00 vs. Georee Washington 


W 71-63 (champions) 


12-2-01 vs. Princeton 


W 61-53 


12-3-01 vs. Connecticut 


W 77-ii5 (champions) 


* Kno\\T\ as the Franktin \atmal Bank/ChiUn-ii t'turilie^ Classic in Us 
nivl three seasons- Held at IS l/nia.is \ren3 ILwilo\er. M) in I99S 
and 1996. nfimed to MCI Center inashinslon. DC 1 in 1991 


Blue Grasf) t'ealhal (lMuis\ille. hf.) 

12-28-59 vs. Indiana L 63-72 


12-29-59 vs.Foixlham 


« 76-54 


Cable Car Classic (San Francisco. Calif.) 

12-21-73 vs. San Prancisco W 78-60 


12-22-73 vs. Santa Clara 


W 53-32 (champions) 


Carrier Classic (Sfracuse, V.l.> 

12-5-80 vs.«asner W 96-73 


12-6-80 vs. Sviacuse 


W 83-73 (champions) 


Central Fidelit} Classic (Richmond. \a.) 

12-1-89 vs. South Carolina L 51-52 


12-2-89 vs..Vmv 


W 78-60 


Cbaminade Christmas Classic (Honolulu. Hanaii) 

12-22-89 vs. Georse Mason tt 104-80 


12-23-89 vs. East Tennessee St. 


W 91-86 


12-24-89 vs. Sacramento State 


W 98-68 (champions) 


Charlotte Imllational (Charlotte. \.C.) 

12-28-66 vs. Davidson W 66-55 


12-29-66 K..\m\ 


W 57-54 (champions) 


12-27-68 vs. Davidson 


1, 69-83 


12-28-68 vs. Wichita 


VV 95-83 


Coaches is. Cancer Ih0\ Classic (\en iorh. W) 

1 1-8-01 vs. .\rizona L 67-71 


11-9-01 vs. Temple 


W 82-74 



Diue Classic (Raleigh. VC.) 

12-29-60 vs. North Carolina 


L 57-81 


12-30-60 vs. \C State 


L 67-75 


12-31-60 vs.Hvoming 


H 84-77 


EC\C Holiday Festival (\e» 

12-27-90 vs. Rutsers 


\orh. V.I.) 

W 8li-8l 


12-29-90 vs South Camlina 


W 78-69 (champions) 


Etanstille Holiday Tournament (F^anstille. Ind.) 

12-27-63 vs. .Arizona L 54-57 


12-28-63 vs. Columbia 


W 82-76 


Fiesta BonI Classic (Uicson 

12-28-91 vs Rutgers 


\ri/..) 

L 79-95 


12-30-91 vs. Evansville 


L 64-75 


Freedom Bo»1 Classic (lr\ine. Calif.) 

11-25-88 vs Texas i:hristian W 74-67 


11-26-88 vs. Georgia State 


W 69-62 (champions) 


Great Vasha Shootout ( \ncborage. \lasha) 

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 Classic (SpringHeld. Mass.) 

12-28-93 vs Holstra W 93-67 


12-29-93 vs. Massachusetts 


L 80-94 


Hanaii Pacific Tournament (nailuku. Hanaii) 

12-28-85 vs. Stanford W 67-65 


12-29-85 vs. Havvaii-Pacinc 


W 92-85£(champions) 


Hurricane Classic (Miami. Fla.) 

12-28-64 vsTlifsa H 1)6-59 


12-29-64 vs. Miami (Pla.) 


L 73-80 


MCI Harbor Classic (Baltimore. IM.) 

11-27-87 vs Lovola(Mdl W 74-60 


11-28-87 vs Mississippi 


W 77-69 (champions) 


MarshaH Imilational (Huntington. n.\a.) 

12-20-68 vs. Marshall W 89-80 


12-21-68 vs. Miami (Fla.) 


L 85-92 


Maryland Imilational Tournament (College Park. Md.) 

12-19-69 \rmv L 54-69 


12-20-69 Fordham 


W 94-7 i 


12-29-71 Western Kentucky 


W 103-67 


12-30-71 St. Johns 


W 90-69 (champions) 


12-29-72 GeoisiaTech 


W 90-55 


12-30-72 Syracuse 


W 90-76 (champions) 


12-29-73 Holv Cross 


VV 102-75 


12-30-73 Boston College 


W 58-37 (champions) 


12-27-74 Georgia Tech 


W 105-67 


12-28-74 ICLA 


L 75-81 


12-29-75 SetonHall 


W 104-69 


12-30-75 Princeton 


W 66-59 (champions) 


12-28-76 \avier 


W 84-74 


12-29-76 Syracuse 


H 96-85 (champions) 


12-28-77 Western Kentucky 


W 91-78 


12-29-77 Georgia Tech 


W 65-63 (champions) 


12-29-78 SI. Joseph's 


W 62-56 (OTI 


12-30-78 Southern California 


W 83-79 (champions) 


f 2-28-79 Miami-OH 


H 115-76 


12-29-79 Temple 


U 85-63 (champions) 



12-29-80 


Marshall 


W 


1 14-89 


12-30-80 


St. Joseph's 


W 


74-57 (champions) 


12-29-83 


Randolph Maciin 


n 


58-52 


12-30-83 


La Salle 


w 


96-83 (champions) 


Maui Imilational (Labaina. Hanaii) 

11-21-94 vs.Ghaminade H 95-67 


11-22-94 


vs. Utah 


w 


90-78 


11-23-94 


vs. .\rizona State 


L 


90-97 


11-20-00 


vs. Louisville 


W 


95-73 


11-21-00 


vs. Illinois 


L 


80-90 


11-22-00 


vs. Davlon 


L 


71-77 


Memphis Imilational (Memphis 

12-16-66 vs. Oklahoma State H 


Tenn.) 

50-49 


12-17-66 


vs. Memphis Slate 


L 


53-55 


Mid-llinrrr Festiial (College Park. Md.) 

12-29-:)'i Michigan Stale L 7,'i-!l3 


12-30-55 


SI. Francis (Pa.) 


H 


75-66 


Preseason \IT (College Park. Utfyirii lorfc. \.l.) ' 

11-17-99 San Francisco W 71-61 


11-19-99 


Tulane 


« 


78-70 


11-24-99 


vs. Kentucky 


L 


58-61 


11-26-99 


vs, Notre Dame 


W 


72-67 


• First and 
place sam 


second round games at College Park, Md.: seminnal and third 
s at Madison Square Garden. 


Puerto Rico Shootout (Ba 

11-26-98 vs \l-PuerliiRico 


(anion 


. P.R.) 

82-32 


1 1-27-98 


vs. ICL\ 


w 


70-54 


11-28-98 


vs. Pittsburgh 


n 


87-52 (champions) 


Rainbon Classic (Honolulu. Hanaii) 

12-25-84 vs Iowa W 78-68 (UT| 


12-27-84 


vs Hawaii 


w 


79-71 


12-28-84 


vs, Georgia Tech 


L 


69-70 


12-27-96 


vs. Pittsburgh 


W 


66-63 


12-28-96 


vs. Ilauaii 


w 


76-59 


12-30-96 


vs, Georgia 


L 


65-73 (OTI 


Sugar BonI Tournament (\en Orleans. La.) 

12-28-57 vs \anderbilt H 71-56 


12-30-57 


vs. Memphis State 


L 


46-47 (30T) 


12-29-58 


vs. Mississippi State 


L 


45-56 


12-30-58 


vs, Loyola (Md.) 


W 


54-50 


12-29-61 


vs. Mississippi State 


L 


62-64 


12-30-61 


vs. Louisville 


L 


64-83 


12-29-65 


vs. Houston 


\S 


69-68 


12-30-65 


vs, Davlon 


W 


77-75 (champions) 


Sun BonI Tournament (El Paso. Texas) 

12-29-88 vs. Lamar W 74-65 


12-30-88 


vs. Texas-El Paso 


L 


51-69 


Sun Camifai Tournament (El Paso. Texas) 

12-21-1)7 vs Te\as-EI Paso L 53-70 


12-22-67 


vs. Southern Illinois 


L 


72-73 (OT) 


Tip-Off Tournament (l^ndoter. Md.) 

11-27-77 vs. \merican W 78-65 


11-28-77 


vs, Georgetown 


W 


91-87 (champions) 


Mrginia 

12-20-63 


Tech Tournament (Blacksburg. \a.) 

vs, Tennessee L 59-70 


12-21-63 


vs. Louisiana State 


W 


75-65 




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1934. HcinoMA Colifteum (Raleigh. \.C.) 

#2 Maryland def. #7 Clemson . 75-59 



H: 38-25 




#2 Maryland lost to #3 Wake Forest 56-64 (ot) 


H: 29-29 R; 50-50 


Iftjj. He^mlda Coliseum (Kuleigh. \.C.) 

#3 Maryland lost to #6 Virginia 67-68 (ot) 


H: 33-35 R: 59-59 


/.9,56, Ke}nolds Coliseum (Raleigh. \.C.) 

#5 Maryland lost tu #4 Duke 


69-94 


H: 33-44 


1957. RefnoUs Coliseum (Raleigh. \.C.) 

#2 Maryland def. #7 Virginia 


71-68 


H: 35-35 


#2 Maryland lost to #6 South Carolina 


64-74 


H: 30-30 


1958. Re}mlds Coliseum (Raleigh. \.C.) 

#4 Maryland def. #5 Virginia 


70-66 


H: 40-35 


#4\lar\kinili1ef #1 Duke 71-65 (ot) 


H: 29-23 R: 61-61 


#4 \lar\l;Miil del. #3 North Carolina 


86-74 


H: 27-34 


1.95.9. Reynolds Coliseum (Raleigh. \.C.) 

#4 Maryland lost to #5 Virginia 


65-66 


H: 33-23 


I960. Refuolds Coliseum (Raleigh. \.C.) 

#3 .Maryland lost U) #6 N.C. State 


38-74 


H; 33-36 


I96t. Refttolds Coliseum (Raleigh. VC.) 

#4 Maryland def. #5 Clemsoi) 


91-73 


H: 38-27 


#4 Maryland lost to #1 Wake Forest 


76-98 


H: 27-44 


1962. Refnolds Coliseum (Raleigh. V.C.> 

#7 Maryland lost to #2 Duke 


58-71 


H: 30-32 


1963. Re}uolds Coliseum (Raleigh. \.C.) 

#7 Maryland lost to #2 Wake Forest 


41-80 


H: 21-34 


1964. Re}nolds Coliseum (Raleigh. \.C.) 

#3 Maryland lost to #6 Clemson 


67-81 


H: 29-37 


1963. Refmlds Coliseum (ffa/eigb. ;V.C> 

#3 Maryland def. #6 Clemson 


61-50 


H: 32-27 


#3 Maryland lost to #2 .M.C. State 


67-76 


H: 27-38 


1966. Reynolds Coliseum (Raleigh. l.C.) 

#5 Maryland lost to #4 North Carolina 


70-77 


H: 38-36 


1967. Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro. 

#6 Maryland lost to #3 South Carolina 


\.C.) 
52-60 


H: 30-28 


1968. Charlotte Coliseum (Charlotte. VC.) 

#6 Maryland lost to #3 N.C. Stale 54-63 


H: 25-29 


1969. Charlotte Coliseum (Charlotte. H.C.) 

#7 Maryland lost to #2 South Carolina 71-92 


H: 34-42 


1970. tlharlolte Coliseum (Charlotte. \.C.) 

#6 Maryland lost to #3 N.C. State 57-67 


H: 31-29 


I97f . Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro. 

#7 Maryland lost to #2 South Carolina 


v.c; 

63-71 


H: 27-37 



I.97Z Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro. VC.) 

#2 Maryland def #7 Clemson 54-52 



H: 22-28 



#2 Maryland def #4 Duke 63-48 


H: 35-23 


#2 Maryland lost to #1 North Carolina 64-73 


H: 29-41 


/.97.'J. Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro. VC.) 
#3 Maryland def #6 Clemson 77-6 1 


H: 31-26 


#3 Maryland def. #7 Wake Forest 73-65 


H: 30-34 


#3 Manland lost to #1 N.C. State 74-76 


H: 32-32 


1974. Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro. VC.) 

n Maryland def #7 Duke 85-66 


H: 42-26 


#2 Maryland def. #3 North Car(.ilina 105-85 


H: 50-34 


#2 Maryland lost to #1 N.C. State 100-103 (ot) 


H: 55-50 R: 97-97 


i.97.5. Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro. \.C.) 

#1 Maryland, bve 


#1 Maryland lost to #4 N.C. State 85-87 


H: 42-49 


/976. Capital Centre (Landmer. »d.) 

#2 Maryland def. #7 Duke 80-78 (ot) 


H: 39-46 R: 74-74 


#2 Maryland lost to #6 Virginia 65-73 


H: 31-37 


1977. Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro. VC.) 

#4 Maryland lost to #5 N.C State 72-82 


H: 35-49 


1978. Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro. \.C.) 

#6 Maryland def. #3 N.C. State 109-108 (3ot) 


H: 48-36 R: 84-84 
lot: 92-92 2ot: 98-98 


#6 Maryland lost to #2 Duke 69-81 


H: 31-37 


1979. Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro. VC.) 

#4 Maryland def #5 Clemson 75-67 


H: 40-33 


#4 Maryland lost to #1 North Carolina 79-102 


H: 29-43 


1980. Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro. \.C.) 

#1 Maryland def #8 Georgia Tech 31-49 (ot) 


H: 26-25 R: 43-43 


#1 Maryland def #4 Clemson 91-83 


H: 56-40 


#1 Maryland lost to #6 Duke 72-73 


H: 37-33 


1981. Capital Centre (I,ando\eT. Hid.) 

#4 Maryland def #5 Duke 56-53 


H: 29-22 


#4 Manianri def. #1 Virginia 85-62 


H: 35-25 


#4 Maryland lost to #2 North Carolina 60-61 


H: 26-32 


1982. Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro. \.C.) 

#5 Maryland lost to #4 N.C. State 28-40 


H: 11-13 


1983. The Omni (Mlanla. Ga.) 

#3 Maryland lost to #6 Georgia Tech 58-64 (ot) 


H: 19-26 R: 47-47 


1984. Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro. !\.C.) 

#2 Maryland def #7 N.C. State 69-63 


H: 34-31 


#2 Maryland def #3 Wake Forest 66-64 


H: 33-20 


#2 Maryland def #4 Duke 74-62 


H: 27-30 


1983. The Omni(\tlanta. Cii.) 

#5 Maryland lost to #4 Duke 73-86 


H: 37-43 



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I98S. (ireennboro Colheum (Hreensboro, \.C.) 

#6 Maryland def. #3 North Carolina 85-75 



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#6 Maryland lost to #2 Georgia Tech 62-64 


H: 34-31 


1987. (upilal Cenlie (l.ando\er. Ud.) 

#8 Mar\ land lost to # 1 North Carolina 63-82 


H: 33-37 


1.988. Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro. VC.) 

#5 Maryland def. #4 Georsia Tech 84-67 


H: 43-29 


#5 Maryland lost to #1 North Carolina 64-74 


H: 29-35 


1989. ne Omni (Ulanta. Ga.) 

#8 Maryland def, #1 NX, State 71-49 


H: 32-31 


#8 Maryland lost to #4 North Carolina 58-88 


H: 14-38 


I990.(:harlolle Coliseum (Charlolle. \.C.) 

#7 Maryland lost to #2 Duke 84-104 


H: 48-48 


1992. Charlotte Coliseum (CItarlotte. \.C.) 

#8 Maryland def, #9 Clemson 8 1 -75 


H: 36-39 


#8 Manland lost to #1 Duke 87-94 


H: 44-49 


1993. Charlotte Coliseum (Charlotte. VC.) 

#8 Maryland def, #9 N.C, State 76-53 


H: 31-26 


#8 Maryland lost to # 1 North CaiDlina 66- 1 02 


H: 34-51 


1994. Charlotte Coliseum (Charlotte. VC.) 

#5 Maryland lost to #4 \ irsinia 63-69 


H: 23-21 


I99S. GreenslMro Coliseum (Greensboro. \.C) 

#3 Mar\ land def, #6 Florida State 7 1 -64 


H: 32-36 


#3 Manland lost to #2 No, Carolina 92-97(ol) 


H: 36-43 R: 86-86 



1996. Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro. \.C) 

#5 Maryland def, #4 Duke 82-69 


H: 35-39 


#5 Maryland lost to # 1 Georgia Tech 79-84 


H: 38-48 


1997. Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro. \.C.) 

#5 Maryland def, #4 Clemson 76-61 


H: 31-25 


#5 Maryland lost to #8 N.C State 58-65 


H: 25-20 


1998. Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro. \.C.) 

#3 .Manland def, #6 Georgia Tech 83-65 


H: 43-33 


#3 .Maryland lost to #2 North Carolina 73-83 (ot) 


H: 30-26 R: 66-66 


1999. Charlotte Coliseum (Charlotte. VC.) 

#2 Manland def. #8 Florida State 93-69 


H; 42-30 


#2 Manland lost to #3 North Carolina 79-86 


H: 34-40 


2000. Charlotte Coliseum (Charlotte. VC.) 

#2 Manland def. #7 Florida State 82-61 


H: 43-24 


#2 Manland def. #5 Wake Forest 82-73 


H: 36-37 


#2 Maryland lost to #1 Duke 68-81 


H: 36-37 


2001. Georgia Dome (Ulanta. Ga.) 

#3 Manland def. #6 Wake Forest 71-53 


H: 31-26 


#3 Manland lost to #2 Duke 82-84 


H: 45-42 


2002. Charlotte Coliseum (Charlolle. VC.) 

#1 Manland del. #8 Florida State 85-69 


H: 40-28 


#1 Manland lost In #4 NC State 82-86 


H: 38-40 




H - Halftirae Score: R - Rcfiulation Score 



\CC Tournament Composite 

mUlWME H L 


Pet. 


1st 


0tr/2nd 


Semi 


Final 


MD IS. 


North Carolina 


74 


33 


.692 


0-0 


32-11 


27-10 


15-12 


3-11 


Duke 


69 


36 


.657 


4-0 


29-16 


23-10 


13-10 


6-9 


NC State 


53 


39 


.576 


3-3 


25-19 


15-12 


10-5 


5-11 


Wake Forest 


38 


45 


.458 


0-0 


24-24 


10-15 


4-6 


3-3 


Manland 


37 


46 


.446 


2-0 


25-22 


8-18 


2-6 


** 


Georgia Tech 


16 


20 


.444 


0-2 


8-13 


5-3 


3-2 


3-3 


\lrglnia 


27 


48 


.360 


0-2 


20-27 


6-14 


1-5 


4-4 


Florida Stale 


4 


11 


.267 


3-3 


1-7 


0-1 


0-0 


4-0 


Clemson 


13 


49 


.210 


2-4 


10-35 


1-9 


0-1 


9-1 


South Carolina 


13 


17 


.433 


0-0 


9-9 


3-6 


t-2 


0-4 



Mainland Record By Seeds 

Seed (}Ts.) Record (Vtles) 


No. 1 13) 


3-3 


No. 2 (81 


13-7(1) 


No. 3 (8) 


5-8 


No. 4 (5) 


6-4(1) 


No. 5 (9) 


4-9 


No. 6 (5) 


2-5 


No. 7 (5) 


0-5 


No. 8 (4) 


3-4 


No. 9 (0) 


0-0 



Maryland's Indmdual Game Higlis 

Points: 38. Walt Williams ys. Clemson, 1992: .\lbert King ys. 

Clemson. 1980 

FG: 17. Albert kingys. Clemson. 1980 

FG.\: 30. Will Hetzel ys. South Carolina. 1969: Bob Kesslerys. 

Duke. 1956 

FG%; .769. Lonny Baxter (10-131 ys. Florida State. 2000 

3FG: 6. Keith Gatlln ys. Georgia Tech. 1988 

3FG.V 12. Walt Williamsys. Clemson. 1992 

3FG%; 1.000. Keith Gatlln (6-6) ys. Georgia Tech. 1988 

FT: 13. Keith Booth ys. Clemson, 1997: John Johnson ys. N.C. 

State. 1989 

n\: 15. John Johnson ys. N.C. State. 1989 

Fr%: 1.000. Bill Stasiulatis (12-121 ys. Wake Forest. 1961 
Reb: 18. Larn Gibson ys. N.C. State 1978 



ACC Tournament lAotes 

Maryland holds the .\CCs longest actiye streak of first round 
yictories in the .\CC Tournament, adyancing to the tournament 
semifinals in eight straight seasons ... The Terrapins haye 
reached the .\CC semis in eyery year from 1995 to 2002 ... 
Duke holds the record for consecutiye years \yith at least one 
win in the tournament with 1 2 (1958-69). followed by Maryland's 
actiye streak of eight. 

The only time that four players on one team scored 20 or more 
points in an .\CC Tournament game: John Lucas (24), Owen 
Brown (22), Mo Howard (20) and Tom McMillen (20) scored 86 
of Maryland's 1 05 points in the Terps' 1 05-85 semifinal yiclory 
oyer North Carolina in 1974. 




\sV. 1 1 . Steye Blake ys. NC State, 2002: Steye Blake ys. Duke, 
2001: Dutch Morleyys. Clemson, 1979 

BIk: 4, Lonny Baxter ys. Duke. 2001 : Lonny Baxter vs. NC State, 
2000: Joe Smith ys. North Carolina, 1995 

StI: 7, Walt Williams ys. North Carolina, 1989 



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152 



/VC44 Appearances 

MA\ Vppeaiiinres: 19 

OUT.lllKlMOld: :il'-ll! 

iXalhiniil (:hiiiii|)iiirislii|) S: 1 (2002) 



Imesjo the I iri.il liiii n 2 12001. 2002) 
Times lo llii' I in.il liislit: 4 (1973, 1975, 2001, 

20(12) 

Times lo the Sweet SWeen: 12 (1958, 1973, 
1975, 1980, 198-t, 1985, 1994. 1995. 1998, 
1999,2001,2002) 



Overall ippearances 

Year Mainland's Result 



Md. Seed 



1958 
1973 
1975 



East Rt'sional Semifinals 



n/a 



East Reflional Final 



n/a 



Miflwfsl Regional Final 



n/a 



Easi i^cadiial Semifinal 



1981 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1988 
1994 
1995 
1996 
1997 



Mkleasl Rcgiiinal Sfciinil Rnund 
Miilwesl Rfai ii ii.ii Seconil Riiunri 

Mideas I Reainnai Semifinals 

SoutlieasI Regidnal Seniifinal 
V\fsl Regiiinal Seeond Rpiind 



Sonl lie asl Ri'giimal Senind Round 7 
Midwe sI |\eg[mial Semifinals 10 



UesI Ri'giiinal Sei 



WesI Regiiinal I 'irsl Riiund 



SoutlieasI Ri'giiinal Firsi Round 



19 



West Regional Semifinals 



1999 
2000 
2001 
2002 



Southeast Reaional Semifinals 



Midwest Regional Second Round 3 
West Regional Chamiiion.s/Final Four 3 



NC.^ & East Regional Champions 



1 



1958 

East Rfsionai. First Round 



Site: \ew <orli. \.V, 



Manland 88, lioslon liollege 63 (3-1 1-58) 
East Regional, Seniilinals/rhird Place Game 



Site: Cliarloltf. N.C. 



TemplcSI. Maryland 67 (3-14-58) 
Maryland 59, Manhattan 55 (3-15-58 

1973 

East Rfsional. First Round 

Site: Chariotle. ^.C. 

First Round Bye 

Easi Krtmn.il Si mifinal/Final 
Site: ,il ChiiilolleJVt; 




Mapland 91, Syracuse 75 (3-1.5-73) 
Providence 103, Maryland 89 (3-17-73) 

1975 

yidwesl Kegiiiii;il. Ilisl Round 

SHr: I.iiIiIkic k. Ie\as 

\lanl,mil K.i ( iri;ilii.,ii 79 (3-15-75) 

Miilur^l Kvii ,il SraMli iiai/Final 

Site: l,as Cruces. N.M. 

Maryland 83, \oHe Dame 71 (3-20-75) 
luisville 96, Maryland 82 (3-22-75) 

I9H0 

East Reaionai, FirsL/Seeond Rounds 

Sjle: (ire ensl)oro, ^.(!. 

flN l\'onnd live 



Nil 2 Manlan d 86, No. 7 Tennessee 75 (3-8-80) 

Eas i Ki fiiimal, Si 'mifinal 

Site: I'hiladelphia. Pa. 



1993 

West Reaional. First/Second Rounds 
Site: Salt Lake Citv. I tali 



Mo. 3 Georgetown 74, No. 2 Manland 68 (3-14-80) No :\ Maryland 87, No, 14 (ionzaga 63 (3-16-95) 



1981 

Mideast Reaional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: at Dayton. Oliiu 

No, 6 Maryland 81, \o, II Tenn, Chattanooga 69 

(3-12-81) 

No. 3 Indiana 99, No, 6 Maryland 64 (3-14-81) 

1983 

Mid«esl Rejiio nal. Firsl/Second Rounds 

Site; llouslon, Texas 



\(i :! \l.ir\l,ni il 82, N o. 1 1 Texas 68 (3-18-95) 

Ucsl Ki'^iiiiMl Si'inilijial 

Site: Oakland. Calil, 



No, 8 Maryland 52 , No, 9 Tenn. Chattanooga 51 (3- 

17-83) 

No, I Houston 60, No, 8 Maryland 50 (3-19-83) Site; Memphis, Tenn. 



No. 2 Connecticut 99. No, 3 Maryland 89 (3-23-95) 

1996 

We st Reai on al. First Round 

Sllc: Tenipe. \riz^ 

No, 1 1) Sanla Clara 9 1 , No, 7 Maryland 79(3-1 5-96) 

t997 

Southeast Regional. Hrst Round 



1984 

Mide ast Reaional. First/Second Rounds 
SMe: Hirniiiigh am, Ala. 

FiiM K'diind !'i\r 



No. 12 Charleston 75. No, 5 Maryland 66 (3-13-97) 

1998 

\\esl Reaional, Firsl/ Sefond Rounds 

Sile: Sa( rainenlii, Calif, 



No, 3 Maryland 102. No, 1 1 West Virginia 77 (3-17- 

84) 

MideasI Rcgiiinal Semifinal 



-A Site: lexinal on. lyy. 



No. 2 Illinois 72, No, 3 Maryland 70 (3-22-84) 

i985 

Southeast Reaionai, Firsl/Serond Rounds 
Site: Dayton. Ohio 

No, 3 Maryland 69, No, 12 Mlami-OH 68 (OT) (3- 

15-85) 

No. 5 Maryland 64 . No. 1 3 Navy 59 (3- 1 7-85) 
SonlhiMsi Rei;iiinal, Semifinal 



Site : liirMiinghani, Ma. 



No. 8 \illanova 46. No. 5 Maryland 43 (3-22-85) 

1986 

West Regional. First/Second Rounds 

sue: !.nng liea eh. Calif. 

\}_A M.inlaiid Ii9. No. 12 Pepiieixline 64 (3-14-86) 

No. 4 Nevada-Las Vegas 70. No. 5 Maryland 64 (3- 

16-84) 

1988* 

SoullicasI Regional. First/Second Rounds 

Site: Cincinnati. Ohio 

No. 7 Maryland 92. No 12 UC Santa Barbara 82 (3- 

18-88) 

No. 2 kenluckv 90. No. 7 Maryland 81 (3-20-88) 
* Maryland's 1988 NCW Tournament appearance 

was vacated by the NC.\.\. 

1994 

Midwest Reaional, Firsl/Second Rounds 

Site: Wichita, Kan. 

No, 10 Maryland 74, No. 7 SI. i.ouis 67 (,3-17-94) 
No, 10 Maryland 95, No, 2 Massachusett.s 87 (3- 

19-94) 

Midvvcsl Regional, Semifinal 



Nil. 4 Maryland 82, No. 13 I lah Stale 68 (3-13-98) 
No. 4 Maryland 67, No, 5 Illiniiis61 (3-15-98) 

WesI Krijiiiii,!!, Semifinal 

Sil e: \naheiin. Calif. 

No. 1 Arizona 87. No. 4 Maryland 79 (3-19-98) 

1999 

South R e gional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Orland o. Fla. 

Nil 2 M.irv !,in d 82, No, 1 5 Valparaiso 60 (3-1 1 -99) 
No 2Marv lanil7'i, N o 10 Creighton 63 (3-13-99) 

Simlh keg i i iiial. Seinilinal 

Sile: hnowiiie, Tenn, 

Nil 3 SI .liih ns 76. No. 2 Maryland 63 (3-18-99) 

DIIT Appearances 

MT ;'Vppf arances; 4 .lypp earances 

Overall Record: 7-3 

Championships: I (1972) 

(herall Appearances 

Year Ularyland's Result 



1972 



Champions 



1979 



Second Round 



1982 



Second Round 



1990 



Second Round 



1972 

First Rnund/fluai'lerfiniils (lli Teams) 



Sile: New York, M.V, 



Maryland 67. St. Joseph's 55 (3-18-721 
Maryland 71. Syracuse 65 (3-20-72) 



Seniifinals/Champinnship 



Site: New Vorlv. \,V, 



Marylanil 91, Jacksonville 77 (3-23-72) 
Marylaiiil 100. Niagara 69 (3-25-72) 



She: Dallas, lexas 

Nil :i Mil liifj.iii 78. No. 10 Maryland 71 (3-25-94 



^000 

Midwest Reaional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: Minneapolis. Minn. 

No 3 Maryland 74, No, 14 lona 59 (.3-16-00) 
No. 6 UCL\ IU5. No, 3 Maryland 70 (3-18-00) 

2001 

West Reaionai, Firsl/Second Rounds 



Sile: Boise, Idaho 



No, 3 Maryland 83, No. 14 George Mason 80 (3-1 5- 

OU 

No. 3 Maryland 79. No. 1 1 Georgia Stale 60 (3-17- 
01) 



West Regional Semilinai/Final 



Site: Anaheim, Calif, 



No. 3 Maryland 76. No. 10 Georgetown 66 (3-22- 

OU 

No. 3 Maryland 87. No. I Stanford 73 (3-24-01) 
Final Four 



Sile: Minneapolis, Minn, 



No. 1 Duke 95. No. 3 Maryland 84 (3-31-01) 

2002 

East Regional. Ilrst/Second Rounds 

Site: V\ashinaton, D.C. 

No. I Maryland 8."i, No. 16 Siena 70 (3-15-02) 
No. I Maryland 87. No. 8 Wisconsin 57 (3-17-02) 



East Reaionai Semifinal/Final 



Site: Syracuse, \,V 



No. 1 Maryland 78. No. 4 Kentucky 68 (3-22-02) 
No. I Maryland 90. No. 2 Connecticut 82 (3-24-02) 

Final Four 

Site: Mianta, Ga, 

No, I Maryland 97. No, I Kansas 88 (3-30-02) 
No, I Maryland 64. No. 5 Indiana 52 (4-1-02) 



1979 

First Round/Second Round (24 teams) 
Site: College Park. Md, 

Maryland 67. Rhode Island 65 (3-7-79) (3 OT) 
Ohio Slate 79. Maryland 72 (3-12-79) 

1982 

Fii'st Rnund (32 Teams) 

Sile: Richmond, Va, 

Marylanil 60. Richmond 50 (3-12-82) 
Sei'ond Round 



Site: Athens, Ga. 



Georgia 83. Maryland 69 (3-15-82) 



1990 

First Ro und (32 Tea ms) 
Site: College Park, Md. 



Maryland 91, Massachusetts 81 (3-1 5-! 
Second Round 



Sile; Smie Collrgf , Pa, 



Penn Stale 80, Maryland 78 (3-19-90) 



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\ll aireiT records miiiiir partidjaliim in ,i miiiiimim 
Inn VC-H Timrnuiuenln. SiTifS ri'corits n-quirc 
fitirlidpaliim in a minimum t«i) Inurnamenl gjmcs 
Singie game abbreviatiuns: IK-First Riiund: 2K- 
Second Round: RSF-Regionai Semifinal: Rt'-Regiouul 
Final: SSF-Sational Semifinal: M'-\alionai Fiii.il 
Three-piiliil records are since Marfland^ 
liarlicipalion in the 19118 louivamenl liiocks ami 
sleals records begin iwl/i Ihe /,')7.i limrnamenl. 
assists records begin in llie 11173 iournanienl. 



Ittdhidual 

Career - (iamefi Played 

1. LonnvBaxler|99. (II), 01,02) 


IB 


Juan l)i\iin |S9, 00, 01,02| 


16 


3. Sine Blake (00. 01.02) 


13 


liihllliildcM (Oil. 01.02) 


13 


Dre« \iili(il,iM(Ml. 01.02) 


13 


MiJie Maiili'sidi (!IH, 99, DO, 01 


13 


TerenreMorrisOa, 99. 00. 01) 


13 


Career - dames Started 

1. LonmBa\lfr{99, 00, 01,02) 


16 


2. SteicllliikP (00. 01.02) 


13 


Juan liiMin (!i'i nil ill, 02| 13 


4, BvTon Miiuliin (111, 02) 


11 


5. TerenrpMiirris(9H, 99. 00, Oil 


10 


(i, Len Bias (83, 84, 85. 86) 


9 


Career - ilinutes Played 

1, Juaiilii\nnl99, oil, 01,02) 


506(31.6) 


2. StevrRlakr (00. 01.02) 


409(31.5) 


3, LonnvBa\lcr(99, III), 01,02) 


394 (24,6) 


4, Len Bias (83, 84, 85, 8li) 


336 (37,3) 


5. TeriMKT Miirris (98, 99, IIO, 01) 


.335 (25.8) 


Series - Wnules Played 

1 Juan Uivin (02) 


219 (36,5) 


2, SlOf Blalvf (02) 


186(31.0) 


3, Juanni.\on(01) 


178(35.6) 


4, B\ron Mouton (02) 


175(29,2) 


5. Lonnv Baxler (02) 


167 (27,8) 


6, Sieve Blake (01) 


158(31,6) 


7, Chris Wilcox (02) 


156(26,0) 


8, Lonnv Baxler (01) 


133 (26,6) 


Career - Points 

1. Juan Dixon (99, on, 01, 02) 


294(18,4) 


2, LonnvBaMer(99, 00, 01,02) 


237(14,8) 


3, Len Bias |83, 84, 85, 86) 


168(18,7) 


4, TercnceMorris(98, 99, on, on 


143(11.0) 


5, Adrian Branch (83, 84, 83) 


129 118,4) 


6, Joe Smith (94, 95) 


125 (20,8) 


7, John Lucas (73, 75) 


111 (22,2) 


8, Johnny Rhodes (94. 95. 96) 


107(15,3) 


Series - Points 

1. Juan Dixon (02) 


155(25,8) 


2, Lonnv Baxter (02) 


94(15,7) 


3. Juan Dixon (01) 


85(17,0) 


4, Chris Wilcox (02) 


81 (13,5) 


Lonnv Baxler (01) 


81 (16.2) 


6, John Lucas (75) 


70 (23.3) 


7, Joe Smilh (94) 


63(21.0) 


8, Joe Smith (95) 


62 (20.7) 


9, Len Bias (86) 


57 (28,5) 


10, .\drian Branch (85) 


56(18,7) 


Same - Points 

1 , Juan Dixon \s, Kansas (FP. NSF. 3-30-021 33 


2. JoeSmilh\s Tevas(\V. 2R. 3-18- 


95) 31 


LenBiasvs, I \L\(\V.2R. 3-16-86) 31 




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4, Lonnv Baxter vs. Connecticut (E. Rf. 3-24-02129 
Juan Dixon vs, Wisconsin (E. 2R, 3-17-02) 29 



Juan Dixon vs, Siena IE, Ik, 3-1.5-02) 



29 



Joe Smith vs. Saint Louis (M\\, IR, 3-17-94) 29 
Grca Mannina vs, Tennessee |E, 2R, 3-8-80) 28 
Juan Dixon vs, Ijinneetiiul |E, RE, 3-24-02) 27 



Johnny Rhodes vs Sania Clara (W. IR. 3-15-96)27 



John hiiais 

MiierlUnsvs, liTChallaiiiineaUm, IR,3-12-lil| 11 

Greg Mannina vs, Tennessee |E, 2R, 3-8-80) 1 1 

John Lucas vs Liiuisville |MW, RE 3-22-75) 1 1 

Nick Davis vs Boslnn Ciilleae |E, IR, 3-1I-5II) II 

Career - Held (ioals Utempted 

I. JuanDi\ini(99, on, 01,02) 205 



Joe Smith 

Buck Williams vs, Ceoraelown 



(E,RSF. 3-14-80) 



Tom McMlllen vs, SvTacuse 



,800 (8 of 10) 



(E.RSE 3-15-73) 



,800 (8 of 10) 



John Lucas \s, Louisville (MW, RF, 3-22-75) 27 2, Lonnv Baxler (99, (III, III, 02 ) 



Career - '.l-Point Held (ioals Made 

1, Juan Dixon |99, nil, 01, 02) 38_ 



Career - Scoring Average 

1, John Lucas 173, 75) 



3, Len Bias (83. 84. 85, 86) 



164 2. Sle>oHlakf (00. 01.02) 



13 



TerenceMorris(98. 99. 00. 01) 



120 3, Sarunas Jasikevicius |95, 96, 97, 98) 



22,2(111) 



2, Joe Smilh (94, 95) 



20.8(125) 



3. ,-\lbcrlKlna(80, 81) 



20.5 (82) 



Series - Held Goals Utempted 

1. Juan Di.xon (02) 



114 4. Drew Mcholas (00. 01.02) 



Series - li-Point Held Goals Made 

1. Juan Dixon (02) 



4. Len Bias (83, 84, 85. 86) 



18-7(168) 2, Chris Wilcox (02) 



96 

64 2, Juan Dixon (01) 



22 



5, JuanDixon(99, no, 01.02) 18.4(294) 3, Lonny Baxler (01) 



62 



Reith liallin (88) 



Series - Seorittg \\erage 

1, Len Bias (86) 



4, Juan Dixon 101) 



4, Sarunas Jasikevicius (98) 



28,5 (57) 



Lonny Baxter (02) 



57 



Juan Dixon (02 



25,8(155) 



3, ,\lberlkine|81) 



23,5 (47) 



Game - Held Goals Utempted 

1. MherlKinavs Indian.i (ME, 2R, 3-14-81) 28 



Drevy Mclnilas (02) 



Grea Mannina (80) 



23,5 1471 2. LenBiasvs IXL\ (W, 2R, 3-16-8li) 



23 



a, John Lucas |75| 



23,3 (70) 



Career - Field Goals Made 

1, JuanDi,xon(99, 00. 01,02) 



Johnn) Rhodes is Santa (Jara (U, IR, 3-15-96) 22 
Owen Brown vs, LouLsville (MW, RF 3-22-75) 22 



Game - It-Point Held Goals Made 

1 Juan Dixon vs, Kansas |FE \SE 3-30-02) 
Juan Dixon vs, Siena (E. I R, 3-15-02) 



2, LonnvBa.xter(99, 00, 01,02) 

3, Len Bias (83, 84. 85. 86) 

4, TerenceMoiTis(98. 99, 00. 01) 



99 
84 
65 
52 



Career - Held Goal Pet. (min. 25 att.) 

1. BuckWilliamslBn, HI) ,667 126 of 39) 



Keith Gatlin vs, UC Santa Barbara 
(SB. IR. 3-18-88) 

Carper - '{-Point Held Goals Att. 

I, Juan lli.xon (99,00.01,02) 



2. Urea Mannina (8U, 81) 

3, Joe Smilh (94, 95) 



,609 (28 of 46) 
,556 (45 of 81) 



2. Sieve Rla ke (0 . 01. 02) 



35 



3. Brew \i( holas 100.01.02) 



29 



Series - Held Goals Made 

I. Juan Dixiin (02) 



4, John Lucas |73, 75) 



,554(46 0(83) 



2. Chris Wilcox |(I2) 



3. Lonny BaxliT (02) 



4. Lonny Baxler (0() 



5. Juan Dixon (01) 



52 
33 
32 
30 
29 



Series - Held Goal Pel. (min. 13 alt.t 

1. Len Bias (83) ,750 (12 of 16) 



Duane Siinnkins |94, 95, 96) 



29 



TerenceMorris(98, 99. 00. 01) 



26 



2. Buck Williams (80) 



.696(16 0(23) 



Series - 3-Point Held Goals Ml. 

1, Juan Dixon (02) 



3. Tom McMlllen (73) 



,692 (18 of 26) 2. Juan Dixon (01) 



24 



4, Grea Mannina 180) 



Game - Held Goals Made 

1 , l.onny Baxter vs, Stanford (W, RE 3-24-01 ) 1 1 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Santa Clara (W, IR, 3-15-96)1 1 



Game - Held Goal Pet. fmin. 8 att.) 

1, Ben Coleman vs. West \irginia 

|ME,2R. 3-17-84) ,889(8 0(9) 



,690 (20 of 29) 3, Steve Blake (02) 



4, Drew Nicholas (02) 



Keith Gatlin (88) 



Derrick Lcais ys, IC Santa Barbara ISC. IK, 3-18-88) 1 1 



Len Bias vs, UNLV (MW, 2R. 3-16-86) 



11 



Laron Profit vs, Valparaiso 
IS. IR. 3-11-99) 



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(iarne - 3-Poim Field Goals Alt. 

1. Juan DLxon vs- Kansas (FF. NSF. 3-30-021 II 

2. Juan Dixon vs- Duke IFF NSF 3-31-01 1 10 

3. Juan DIxun vs. Kenlucky IE. RSF 3-22-02) 8 
Juan DLxon vs. Siena IE. IR. 3-12-021 8 
Keitli Gatlin vs. Kentucky (SE. 2R. 3-20-88) 8 
Keith Gatlin vs. UC Santa Barbara 

ISE. I R. 3-18-88) 8, 

Career - 3FG Pel. (min. 10 alt.) 

1. Keith Gatlin |84. Rj. 86. 88) .563 19 olid) 

2. S. Jasikevirius |!)5. H6. 97. 98) 500 |UI ol20) 

3. Tiilil Holden (00, 1 . 02) .429 (6 of 1 4) 

4. JuanDI\on(99. 00. 01.02) .432 (38 of 88) 

Series - 3FG Pet. (min. 7 alt.) 

1. Sarunas Jaslkevicius 198) .615 (8 of 13) 

2. Keltli Gatlin (88) .563 (9 of 16) 



3. Juan DLvon 102) 



.512 (22 of 43) 



4. Steve Blake |0 1) 



.500 (6 of 12) 



5. Terence Morris (98) 



.429 13 of 7) 



Teyon Mcljiv |8H) 



.429|3ol7) 



Game - 3FG Pel. (min. It all.) 

1 Sarunas Jasikevicius vs. Illinois 

(\V.2R. 3-14-98) 1.000 14 of 4) 

Duane Simpkins vs. Massachusetts 
|M\\.2R. 3-19-94) 1.000 (4 of 4) 



Steve Blake vs. Stanford 
IW.RF. 3-24-01) 



1.000 (3 of 3) 



4. Tahj Holden vs. Stanford 
(W.RF 3-24-01) 



.750 (3 of 4) 



Career -Free Throns Made 

1. LonnyBavler(99. 00. 01.02) 



2. JuanDL\on(99. 00. 01.02) 



3. Len Bias (83. 84, 85. 86) 



4. .Adrian Branch (83. 84. 85) 



5. Joe Smith (94. 95) 



69 
58 
38 
37 
34 



Series - Free Thronn Made 

1 Lonny Baxter (02) 



2. Juan Dixon (02) 



3. Lonnv Baxter (01) 



Len Bias (86) 



Joe Smith (94) 



Tom Vouna 158) 



30 
29 
21 
21 
20 
20 



Game - Free Throws Marfe 

1. Lonny Baytervs. Connecticut |E. RF 3-24-02) 15 

2. Len Bias vs. Pepperdine(W. IR. 3-14-86) 12 



3. Joe Smith vs. Texas («. 2R. 3-18-95) 



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Rudy .\rdier vs. LC Santa Bart)ara 

(SE. IR. 3-18-88) 11 

BvTon Mouton vs. George Mason 

(W. IR. 3-15-01) 9. 

Joe Smith vs. Saint Louis (MW. IR. 3-17-94)9 
Len Bias vs. INLV |W. 2R. 3- 1 6-86) 9 




Career - Free fhrons Mtempted 

1. Lonnv Baxter (99. 00. 01. 02) 105 



JuanDixon(99, Oil. (11.02) 



Keith Biiolh (94. 95. 9H. 97) 



48 



.Adrian Branch (83. 84. 85) 



48 



Joe Smith (94. 95) 



45 



Series - Free Throws Utempled 

I. Lonnv Baxter (02) 



42 



Lonnv Baxter (01) 



35 



Juan Dixon (02) 



33 



Keith Booth (94) 



28 



Joe Smith (94) 



25 



Tom Vdung (58) 



25 



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Game - Free Throws Ml. 

1 . Lonnv Baxter vs. Connecticut IE. RF 3-24-02) 18 

2. JoeSmithvs. Texas (\\.2R. 3-18-95) 16 

3. Len Bias vs. Pepperdinc(\\, IR. 3-14-86) 14 

4. Lonny Bivler vs. Georsetoan |«. RSF 3-22-01) 13 

Career -Free Throw Pel. (min. 1 2 all.) 

I BvrnnMouldn (111.021 929 (26 of 28) 

2. Drew Mcholas (00. 01. 02).875 (21 of 24) 



Siinnws Jimikp\i(iiis 

Sin0e Game - Rebounds 

1 JoeSmithvs Texas (\\.2R. 3-18-95) 21 

2. Tom Rov vs. Louisville |M\\. RF 3-22-75) 20 

3. Buck Williams vs f T-Chattanooga 

(ME. IR. 3-12-81) li 

4. Keith Booth vs. Gonzaga (W. IR. 3-16-95) 15 
Joe Smith vs Saint Louis (MW. IR. 3-17-94) 15 
Buck Williams ts Georgetiivvn (E. RSF 3-14-80)15 



3. Len Bias (83. 84. 85. 86) .864 (38 of 44) Career - Rebounding Uerage 



John Lucas (73. 75) 



.864(19 0122) 



5. JuanDLxon(99. 00. 01.02) 829 (58 of 70) 

6. •fahiHoldenlOO. 01.02) .824 (28 of 34) 



Buck Williams (80. 81) 



12.5(50) 



2. Joe Smith (94.95) 



12.2 (73) 



3. Ernest Graham (80. 81) 



8.8 135) 



Series - Free Thron Pel. (min. 10 all.) 

1. Tahl Holden (02) 1.000 (15 of) 5) 



4 Lonnv Baxter 199. 00. 01.02) 



8.6(137) 



5. Keith B(JO[h (94. 95) 



2. Byron Mouton (02) 



.941 (16 of 17) 



6. Tom Rov (73. 74) 



8.5 (68) 



7.8 (39) 



3. Rudy Archer (88) 



.929 (13 of 14) 



4. Steve Sheppard (75) 



.917(llofl2) 



Series - Rebounding Uerage 

I JoeSmilhl95) 



13.0 (39) 



5. Len Bias (86) 



.913(21 of 23) 



Game - Free Throw Pel. (min. 7 all.) 

1 . ByTon Mouton vs. George Mason 

|W. IR. 3-15-01) 1.000 (9 of 9) 



Buck Williams (81) 



13.0(26) 



3. Keith Biiolh (95 



12.3(37) 



4. Buck Williams (80) 



12.0(24) 



Len Elmore (73) 



12.0 (24) 



Len Bias vs. I NLV 
(W, 2R. 3-16-86) 



1.000 (9 of 9) 



John Lucas vs. \otre Dame 
(MW. RSF 3-20-75) 



Career - \ssisls 

I. Sieve Blake (00. 01.02) 



78 (6.0) 



2. Keith Gatlin (84. 85. 86, 88) 



69(7.7) 



Juan DLxon vs George Mason 
(W. IR. 3-15-01) 



1.000 (8 of 8) 3. Juanllixon(99. 00. 01.02) 



43 (2.7) 



4. Terrell SU.kes (96. 97. 98. 99) 



39 (4.9) 



5 Rudy Archer vs. I C Santa Barbara 

(SE. IR. 3-18-88) 919(11 of 12) 

' l,en Elmore shul l2-for-l2lmm the free throw line 
In Ibe championship same of Ihe 1972 .A'/I 



1.000 (7 of 7) 5. Duane Simpkins (94, 95. 96) 



38(5.4) 



6. Johnny Rhodes (94. 95. 96) 



33 (4.7) 



Series - Assisis 

1. Steve Blake (02) 



40 (6.7) 



Career - Rebounds 

1. Lonny Baxter (99. 00. 01.02) 



Steve Blake (01) 



30 (6.0) 



137(8.6) 



3. Keilh Gatlin (85) 



24 (8.0) 



2. TerenceMorris(98. 99. 00. 01) 



3. Joe Smith (94. 95) 



85 (6.5) 



Duane Simpkins (94) 



22 (7.3) 



73112.2) 



4. Keilh Booth (94. 95. 96. 97) 



68 (8.5) 



Series - Rebounds 

I. Lonny Baxter (02) 



51 (8.51 



2. Lonny Baxter (111) 



3. Joe Smith 195) 



50(10.0) 



Si'n^e Game - Issisls 

1 KeilhGatlinvs.Navx ISE. 2R.. 3-17-85) 12 

2. Steve Blake vs. Kansas (FF NSF 3-30-02) 11 

Steve Blake vs. Siena (E. IR. 3-15-02) 11 

Duane Simpkins vs Saint Louis IMW. I R. 3-17-94) 1 1 



39(13.0) 



4. Terence Morris (01) 



38 (7.6) 



Career - Issisfs lie rage 

1- Keith Gatlin (84, 85, 86. 88) 



7.7 (69) 



5. Keith Booth (95) 



37(12.3) 2. Sieve Blake (00. 01.02) 



6.0 (78) 



3. Duane Simpkins (94. 95. 96) 



5.4 (38) 



4. Terrell Stokes (96. 97, 98. 99) 



4.9 (39) 



Bi/(A W imams 

Series - \ssisls \ierage 

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 - Bloelted Shols 

1. Terence Morris (98. 99. 00. 01 


21 


2. LonnvBaxler(99. 00. 01,02) 


22 


3. Joe Smith (94. 95) 


14 


Derrick Lewis (85. 86) 


14 


5. Len Bias (83. 84. 85. 86) 


8 


Series - Bloehed Shols 

1. Lonnv Baxter (02) 


13 


Terence Morris (01) 


8 


Joe Smilh (95| 


8 


4. Chris Wilcox (02) 


7 


Ganie - Bloeked Shols 

1. JoeSmllhvs. Texas (W.2R. 3-18-95) 7 


2. Chris Wilcox vs. Kansas (FF NSF 3030-02) 4 


Lonny Baxter vs. Wisconsin IE. 


2R. 3-17-02)4 


Terence Morris vs Gfurgckmn |tt. RSF 3-22-01) 4 


Lonny Baxter vs. lona |MW. IR 


3-16-00) 4 


Derrick Lewis vs. l'NLV(W,2R, 


3-16-86) 4 


Derrick Lewis vs. Miami-OH (SE. 


IR. 3-15-85) 4 


Career - Sleals 

1. Juanl)ixon|99. 00. 01.02) 


30 


2. Slete Blake (00. 01.02) 


18 


Johnnv Rhodes (94. 95. 96) 


15 


4. Teren(e\lorris(98. 99. 00. 01) 


14 


5. BvTon Mouton (01. 02) 


13 


6. DannvMiller(99. 00. 01) 


11 


Keilh Booth (94. 95. 96. 97) 


11 


Exree Hipp (94. 95. 961 


II 


Series - Steals 

1. Juan Dixon toil 


14 


2. Juan Dixon 1021 


12 


3. Steve Blake (021 


9 


4. Chris Wilcox (02) 


8 


BvTon Mouton 102) 


8 



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NCM Tournament Team Records 



Marjiand Team 

Largest Uargin ofMetorf 

30vs. Wisconsin (87-57). 3-17-02 



Largest }largln of Defeat 

35 vs. UCLA (105-70). 3-18-00: vs. Indiana (99-641, 3-14-81 

Overtime Periods 

1- Maryland def. Miami-OH. 69-68. 3-15-85 



Points 

Series Hiah- 502 in 2002 (6 games) 



Single Game llish- 102 vs. Wesl Virginia. 3-17-84 
Single Game Low- 43 vs. Villanova. 3-22-85 

Scoring Uerage 

Series Higli- 90.0 in 1973 (180 in 2 games) 
Series Low- 51.0 in 1983 (102 in 2 games) 



Field (ioals Hade 

Series Higli- 1 70 in 2002 (6 games) 

Single Game High- 40 vs. Providence. 3-17-73 
Single Game Low- 16 vs. Manhattan. 3-1 5-58 

Field Coals Mtempled 

Series High- 3 57 in 2002 (6 games) 

Single (Mime H igh- 83 vs. Connecticut. 3-23-95 
Single Game Low- 39 vs. Houston. 3-19-83 



Field Coal 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 \s. West Virginia (36 of 54). 3-17-84 
Single Game Low- .271 vs. Manhattan (16 of 59), 3-15-58 



3-Point Held Goals Ulade 

Series High- 37 in 2002 (6 games) 



Single Game High- II vs..'\rizona. 3-19-S 



Single G ame Low- vs. Texas. 3-18-95 



3-Point Held Goals Ulempled 

Series High- 93 in 2002 (6 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 

,'i-fuinl Field Goal Pet. 

Series High- .4 1 in 1 988 ( 1 6 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 Throns Made 

Series HJgh- 1 24 in 2002 (6 games) 



Single (lame High- 31 vs. Cpnncctirut. 3-24-02 



Single Game Low- 4 vs. Indiana. 3-14-81 



Free Throns Attempted 

Series High- 154 in 2002 (6 games) 



Single Game High- 42 vs. Boston College. 3-1 1-58 
Single Game Low- 6 vs. Indiana. 3-14-81 



Free I'hron Pet. 

Series High- .824 in 1 985 (28 of 34. 3 games) 



Series Low- .588 in 1983 (20 of 34. 2 { 
games) 



jmes): in 1980 (20 of 34. 2 



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- 231 i 



1 2002 (6 games) 



Single Game High- 54 vs. Boston College. 3-1 1-58 

Single Game Low- 23 vs. Kentucky. 3-20-88: vs. Navy. 3-17-85; vs. 
Houston. 3-19-83 



Rebounding A\erage 

Series High- 48.3 in 1995 (145 in 3 games) 
Series Low- 25.0 in 1988 (50 in 2 games) 



Fouls 

Se ries High- 108 in 2001 (5 games) 

Single (;a me High- 31 vs. Santa Clara. 3-15-96 
Single Ga me Low- 1 1 vs. Illinois. 3-14-98 



Assists 

Series High- 102 in 2002 (6 games) 



Single Game High- 25 \s. Siena. 3-15-02 



Single Game Low- 7 vs. Houston. 3-19-83 



Blocked Shots 

Series High- 28 in 2002 (6 games) 



Single Game High- 8 vs. Miami-OH. 3-15-85 

Single Game Low- vs. several opponents 

Steals 

Series High- 50 in 2002 (6 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- 417 in 2002 (6 games) 

Single Game High- 105 hv WU. 3-18-00 
Single Game Low- 46 by Villanova. 3-22-85 

Scoring Average 

Series High- 89.0 in 1 973 ( 1 78 in 2 games) 
Series Low- 55.5 in 1 983 ( 1 1 1 in 2 games) 

Field Goals Made 

Series High- 146 in 2002 (6 games) 

Single Game High- 43 hy Providence. 3-17-83 



H-Point Field Goals Made 

Series High- 4(i in 2002 (6 games) 
Single (iame High- 14 bylJCL.^, 3-18-00 



Single Game Low- 3 by Utah State. 3- 1 2-98: by Texas. 3- 18-95: by 
Massachusetts. 3-19-94 

3-Point Held Goals Utempted 

Series High- 124 in 2002 [6 games) 

Single Game High- 32 by Creighton. 3-13-99 

Single Game Low- 9 by Kentucky. 3-20-88 



3-Point Field Goal Ptt. 

Series High- 517 in 1988 (15 of 29. 2 games) 
Series L ow- 250 in I!I95 ( I5of60, 3fiames) 



Single Game High- .500 by 1 CL\ (14 of 25). 3-18-00 
Single Game Low- .143 by Texas (3 of 21). 3-18-95 

Free Throns Made 

Series High- 98 in 2001 (5 games) 

Single Game H igh- 3 4 In Santa Clara. 3-15-96 



Sing le G ame Lo w- 2 In In diana. 4-1-02 



Free Throns Mtempted 

Series High- 137 in 2001 (5 games) 



Single Game High- 4 1 by Santa Clara. 3- 1 5-96 

Single Game Low- 6 by Illinois. 3-14-98 

Free Thron Pel. 

Series High- .9113 in 1981 (28 of 31. 2 games) 

Series Low- .463 in 1983 |19of41. 2 games) 

Single Came High- 1.000 by Siena (10 of 10). 3-15-02: UT-Chalta- 

noogadl of 111.3-12-81 

Single Game Low- .286 by Indiana (2 of 7), 4-1-02 

Rebounds 

Series High- 210 in 2002 (6 games) 

Single Game High- 46 by Temple, 3-14-58 

Single Game Low- 23 by Saint Louis. 3- 1 7-94: by Syracuse. 3-1 5-73 



Rebounding Uerage 

Series High- 430 in 1958 (129 in 3 games) 
Series Low- 29.0 in 1984 (58 in 2 games) 

Fouls 

Series High- 126 in 2002 (6 games) 

Single Game High- 28 by Georgetown. 3-22-01 
Single Game Low- 9 by Indiana. 3-14-81 



Assists 

Series High- 85 in 2002 (6 games) 
Single Game High- 28 by UCLl 3-18-00 




Shigle Game Low- 17 by Villann\a. 3-22-85: by Boston College. 3-1 1-58 Single Came Low- 5 by Texas. 3-18-95 



Field Goals Attempted 

Series High- 365 in 2002 (6 games) 



Blocked Shots 

Series High- 23 in 2002 (6 games) 



in 2001 (5 games) 



Single Game High- 74 by Connecticut. 3-23-95 

Single Came Low- 39 by Houston, 3-19-83 

field Goal Pet. 

Series High- .570 in 1973 (77 of 135. 2 games) 

Series Low- .343 in 1958 (68 nf 198. 3 games) 

Single Game High- .651 by Indiana (41 of 63). 3-14-81 
Single Game Low- .243 by Boston College 117 of 70). 3-11-58 



Single Game High- H by Si. .lohn's. 3-18-99: by .Arizona. 3-19-i 
Single Game Low- by several opponents 

Steals 

Series High- 43 in 2002 (6 games) 

Single Game High- 14 by Creighton. 3-13-99 

Single Game Low- by Notre Dame. 3-20-75 



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W-Tinie Roster In 1C14 

Tournamenl Ganws 
A 

Jeff Adkins 17-7: 83. 84.851 

Rud\ .Archer (2-2: 88) 

B 

Earl Badu (2-11: (10. 021 



Tavlor Baldwin (3-0: 80. 811 



Jeff Ba.\[er (9-2: 83. 84. 8:1,80) 
Loiin\Ba\[er(l6-10:H9. 00. 01.02) 



Jerry Berhtle (2-0: 58) 



Leii Bias [9-9: 83. 84. 85. 86) 



Sine Blake (13-13; 00. 01,02) 



Bull Rndell (2-2: 73) 



Keilli B h (K-8: 94. 95. 96. 97) 



Mck Bnsiiic 13-0: 94) 



JohnBii\le(l-0:75) 



■Adrian Branch (7-7: 83, 84. 85) 
Wasne Brislni (fi-0: 94, 95) 



narrell Brnwn (2-0: 73) 



Often Brown (5-3: 73. 75) 



.W Biinae (3-3: 58) 



LaRon Cephas (5-0: 98. 99. 00) 



Ben Coleman (4-4: 83. 84) 



Andre Collins (2-0; 02) 





Gene Danko (3-0: 58) 



Brad Davis (3-3: 75) 



Nick Davis (3-3: 58) 



Dave Dickerson (3-0: 86. 



JuanDi.\on(l6-l3:99. 00. 01.02) 



Chuck Driesel) (1-0: 84) 




E 

Oblnna Ekezie (5-J: 91). 97. 98) 
Rodney Ellioll (7-4: 95, 96. 97. 98) 
Len Elmore (2-2: 73) 

F 

Ed Farmer (2-1: 83) 

Norman fields (3-0: 96. 99) 
Mark Kiilheraill (4-1:83-84) 
Sleye Krancis (3-3: 99) 



Keith (iatlin (9-7: 84. 85. 86. 
Ernesll>aham (4-4: 80.81) 
MikeCrinnon(l-0:02) 



Billy Hahn (4-0: 73, 75) 

Malt Hahn (2-0: 99. 00) 

Jim Halk'Ck (3-0: 58) 

Exree llipp(7-7:94. 95. 96) 

IVIcH»lbert(l-0:84) 

Tahilloldfn (13-1; 00. 01.02) 

Sli-yi- ll( rofl (2-0: 88) 

M.iiiricc Howard (5-0: 73. 75) 



Rcflfiie Jackson (4-4: 80. 81) 

Sarunas Jasikeyjcius [7-3: 95. 96. 97. 98) 
John Johnson (1-0:86) 



Tom Jones (5-0: 85. 86) 



Donnv Judd (3-0: 94. 95) 



AlhertKinK[4-4:8(l. 80 



Matt Kinarik (9-0: 94. 95. 97. i 



PeteKrukar(l-():.58) 



Derrick Lewis (7-7: 85. i 



Terry l.ons (7-2: 84. 85. 86) 



John Lucas (5-5: 73. 75) 



Mario Lucas (7-0: 94. 95. 96) 



If 

Greg Manning (4-4: 80. 811 



MikeMardesich(l3-0:98, 99. 00. 01) 



Tony Masscnhurg [2 



Cahln McCall ( j-0: 00. 02) 



Teyon McCoy (2-0: 88) 



Tom McMillen (2-2: 73) 



Charles McNeill (3-3: 58) 



Danny Milli'r (9-1: 99, 00. 01) 



Perry Moore (2-0: 5«) 



Dutch Morley (4-0:80.81) 



TerenceMorris(l3-10:98. 99. 00. 01) 
ByronMouton(ll-ll:01.02) 



Bill Murphy (2-0: 



John Nacincik (3-3: 58) 



John New some (1-0: 75) 





Jim Q'Brien (2-2: 73) 



Chris Fallon (3-0: 75) 



Charles Filtman (2-0: 81) 



Rich l'(irac(l-0:73) 



R>an Randlf (6-0; 02) 



Matt Ravdo (4-0: 94. 95. 96) 



S(eyeRiyers(4-0:81.83) 



Tom Roy (5-3: 73. 75) 



Sieve Sheppard (3-3: 75) 



Kurlis Shultz (3-0: 94. 95) 



Joe Smith (6-6: 94. 95) 



V 

Herman Veal (2-2: 84) 



II 

Rodney Walker (1-0: 88) 



Brian Walkins (2-0: 99) 



Ju(ian Weingarten (1-0: 58) 



Howard While (2-0: 73) 



ChrisWilcox(ll-6:01.02) 



Brian William.s (2-2: 88) 



Buck Williams (4-4: 80. 81) 



Tom Young (3-3: 58) 



Teips On \C\\ 
All-Tournament 
Teams 

Lonn> Baxter 

2002 - Final Four 

2002 -East Region M\P 
2001 -Wesl Region M\P 

Juan Dhon 

2002 - Final Four \1\ P 
2002 - East Region 
2001 -West Region 

Chris \Vilro\ 

2002 - Final Four 



Ad rian Branch 

198j-Soulhea8l Region 



John Lucas 




Lonny Baxter 



Juan Dixon 



Drew Nicholas (13-0; 00. 01.02) 



Laron Profil (8-7: 96. 97. 98. 99) 




Mthii l.iiais 



Turn MvMillen 



Johnny Rhodes (7-7: 94. 95. 96) 



Duane Simpkins (7-7: 94. 95. 96) 



Terrell Slokes (8-7: 96. 97. 98. 99) 



^C\\ Tournament Starting Lineups 



)car Lineup 



1958 F Charles McNeil. F John Nacincik. C Al Bunge. G Nick Day is. G Tbm Young 
1973 F Jim O'Brien. F Len Elmoa'. C Tom McMillen. I', lohn Lucas. G Bob Bodell 
1975 F Sleye Sheppard. F Often Bnmn . C him Roy, i; John Lucas. G Brad Davis 



1980 
1981 



F Albert King. F Ernest Graham. C Bu i k Williams. C Reggie Jackson. G Greg Manning 
F ,\lber l King. F Ernest liraham. C Buck Willi:uns . G Reggie Jackson. G Greg Manning 



1983 
1984 
1985 



F Len Bias, F Ed Farmer, F Mark Fothcrgill, C Hen Coleman, G/F Adrian Branch, G Jeff Adkins 

F Len Bias, F Herman \eal, C Ben Coleman. li/F Adrian Branch. G Jefl \dkins 

F Len Bias. G/1' \drian Branch, F/C Derrick Lewis, G Keith Gjllin. G JelT Adkins 



1986 F Len Bias. F/i: Derrick Lewis, C Terry Long, i: Keith Gatlin. G Jeff Baxter 



1988 
1994 
1995 
1996 
1997 
1998 
1999 
2000 
2001 
2002 



FTbnv Masscnhurg. F Derrick Lewis. C Brian Williams. G Keilh Gatlin, G Rudy Airher 

F Exree Hipp, F/G Keith Booth, F/C Joe Smith. G Duane Simpkins. I', Johnny Rhodes 

F Exree Hipp. I7G Keilh Booth. F/C Joe Smith, li Duane Simpkins. G Johnny Rhodes 

F Exree Hipp. YiC, Keilh Booth. C Ohinna E k ezie. {', Duane Simpkins. C Johnnv Rhodes 

F Laron ProLd, F Rodney Elliott, i: Oblnna Kkezie. G Terrell Stokes, G Keilh Booth 

F Laron Pwtit, F Rodney Elliott, C Oblnna Ekezie, G lern -ll S tokes, G Sarunas Jasikeviclus 

F Laron Pniru, F Terence Morris, i', Lonny Baxter {', TeriYll Slokes. G Steye Francis 

F Danny Miller. FT^hj llolden. FTen'nce Morris. C Lonny Baxter G Juan Dixon. G Sieve Blake 

F Bywin Mouton. F Terence Morris. C Lonny Baxter G Juan Dixon. G Sle\e Blake 

F ByTon Mouliin. F Chris Wilcox. C Lonny Baxter. G .liian Dixon. G Steve Blake 



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In This Section 

Teams of Tradition 


158 


4/ 


\ll-\merlcans 


165 


llondredJersevs 


UW 




\uai'ri Winners 


170 


' M 


All-Time Roster 


171' , 


Career Statistics Since 1953-54 


17) 




Cole Field House Era 


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Teams of Tradition 

1957-58 



Record: 22-7 H: W-l \: 6-4 \: 6-2 
ACC: 9-j. 4th place. \CC Tournament champion 
Postseason: VCi4 f:asl Region :tnt place 
Rankings: iP\o. 6. 1 PI Vo. 6 





Team Rosier 

\o. \oiiie 

Bill Murph> 
Gene Dankii 
Tom Young 
Nick Davis 
John Naclncik 
Pete Krukar 
Jerry Beclitle 
Julian "Dnr" U'eingarlen 
Bob McDonald 
Jim Halleck 
Perry Moore 
Charles McNeil 
Jerry Shanahan 
Al Bunge 



Jr. Pos. 



Head Coach HA 'Bud 



So, F-C 

Jr. F 

Sr. C 

So. C-F 

So. F 

So. C 
Mllllkan 



HI. IK. 

6-3 180 

6-2 180 

6-1 170 

6-2 185 

6-3 175 

6-1 175 

6-2 195 

6-4 190 

6-7 190 

6-0 195 

6-4 205 

6-6 180 

6-2 190 

6-9 215 
.<\ssislant 



Hometown 

Pittsburgh. Pa. 
McKeesport. Pa 
Natrona Heights. Pa. 
Rankin, Pa. 
BrooklMi. N.V. 
Ford City. Pa. 
Elizabeth. N.J. 
Washington, D.C. 
Lansdoune. Pa. 
Elizabeth. N.J. 
Belpre. Ohio 
Pennsgnive, !\.J. 
Pittsburgh. Pa. 
PalmjTa. N.J. 
Coaches: Bob Ladd 



Season Slalistlcs 



Name 

Charles McNeil 
Nick Davis 
Al Bunge 
John Naclnclk 
Tom Young 
Gene Danko 
Jim Halleck 
Jerry Bechlle 



GPFG% 

29 .442 

29 .463 

29 .402 

28 .360 

23 .388 

28 .407 

23 .457 

26 .416 



Julian "Doc" Welngarten 19 .517 



Bill .Murphy 
Jerry Shanahan 
Pete Krukar 
I'err^ Moore 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



20 
16 
19 
24 
29 
29 



.312 
706 
,400 
,130 
.416 
.352 



FT%Reb.-Ayg. Assl. 

.762 202-6,9 — 

75-2,6 — 

265-9,1 — 

151-5,4 — 

120-5,2 — 

48-1,7 - 

64-2,8 — 

47-1,8 — 

38-2,0 — 

43-2,2 - 

ll-,7 — 

9-5 — 

31-13 - 



,761 
,542 
,735 
.740 
.762 
.672 
.429 
.775 
.774 
,575 
.900 
.636 



.6881 173-40.3 
.6761031-33.6 



Pts.-Avg 

40I-I3.i 

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 

1671-37.6 



UX Tournament 

Quarterllnals - deleated Virginia. 70-66 
Seminnals - defeated Duke. 71-65 (OT) 
Cha^lploll^ihlp - defeated North Carolina. 86-74 

VC44 Tournament 

East Region First Round - defeated Boston College. 86-63 

East Region Srnilllnal - lost (o Temple. 71-67 

East Region Consolation - deleated Manhattan. 59-55 



1972-73 



Record: 23-7 H: 13-1 A: 7-4 V: 3-2 
ACC: 7-5, 3rd place. ACC Tournament rmalist 
Postseason: yCA\ Elite Fight 
Rankings: AP \o. 8. I PI Vo. 10 







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Team Roster 

No. \ame 

Rich Porac 
Howard V\ hite 
Donald While 
John Lucas 
Billy Hahn 
JapTrlmple 
Varick Cutler 
Maurice Howard 
Darrell Brown 
Bob Bodell 
Len Elmore 
Owen Brown 
Jim O'Brien 
Tom Roy 
Tom McMillen 
Head Coarh: Charles 
.\sslstant Coaches: J 



>r. Fos. 

Jr. G 



G 

G 

G 

G 

G 

F 

G 

F 

G 

F-C 
F-C 6-9 

F 6-8 

C 6-9 

C 6-11 

Lefty" Driesell 

im Moloney Joe 



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



HI. 

6-0 
6-0 
6-4 
6-4 
5-10 
6-3 
6-7 
6-2 
6-6 
6-4 
6-9 



Homelonn 

Monroevllle. Pa, 
Hampton, Va, 
Pittsburgh, Pa, 
Durham. N.C. 
MIshawaka. Ind. 
New York, N,\, 
North TSnawanda, NY 
Philadelphia. Pa. 
Pittsburgh. Pa, 
Frankfort, ky 
232 Springfield Gardens. NY 
205 La Grange. 111. 
202 Falls Church. Va. 
210 South Windsor Conn, 
213 Mansfield, Pa, 

Harrington. Tim Autry 



8 Season Statistics 



Name 

Tom McMillen 
Jim O'Brien 
John Lucas 
Len Elmore 
Bob Bodell 
Darrell Brown 
Tom Roy 
Owen Brown 
Maurice Howard 
Rich Porac 
Howard White 
Don W hite 
Blllv Hahn 
Maryland Iblals 
Opponent Totals 



GPFG% 

29 .585 

30 .555 
30 .538 

26 .469 
30 ,503 

27 .508 
29 .517 



30 
29 
24 
19 
14 
16 



.419 
404 
.483 
.405 
.455 
,714 



rr%Reb.-Aiis. 

,800 284-9,8 
,844 144-4,8 
,703 83-2,8 
,607 290-11,2 
,820 80-2,6 

77-2,9 
113-3,9 

72-2,4 



,684 
,529 
,643 
,579 
,529 
,750 
,500 
,000 



19-1,5 

7-2,9 

14-7 

5-4 

0-0 



Assl. 

28 

67 

178 

35 

121 

44 

8 

17 

25 

23 

7 

1 

1 



Pts.-Aig 

616-21,2 

498-16,6 

425-14,2 

261-10,0 

238-7,9 

147-5,4 

128-4,4 

122-4,1 

81-28 

37-1,5 

36-2,0 

12-0,9 

10-0,6 



30 .320 
30 .468 



.7181367-43.4 
.6861043-34.8 



337 2613-87.1 
363 2226-74.2 



iCC Tournament 

Ouarterflnals - defeated Clemson. 77-61 
Seminnals - defeated Wake Forest. 73-65 
Championship - lost to NC State, 76-74 

VC 1 1 Tournament 

East Region First Round - b\e 

East Region Semifinal - defeated Syracuse, 91-75 

Easl Region Final - lost to Providence, 1 03-89 




Record: 23-7 H: 13-1 A: 7-4 \: 3-2 

ACC: 10-2, tst place, ACC Regular Season champion 

Postseason: ;V6'A4 Elite Eight 

Rankings: AP \o. 5. 1 PI Vo. 5 




Team Roster 

Vo. Vanip 

John Boyle 
Steve Sheppard 
Mike Brashears 
James Jones 
John Lucas 
John Newsome 
Billy Hahn 
Mike Cherry 
Maurice Howard 
Brad Davis 
Owen Brown 
Chris Patton 
Tom Roy 



)r. Pos. 



Jr. F 

So. F 

Fr. G 

Jr G 

Jr. G 

Fr. F 

Sr. G 

Fr, F 

Jr. G 

Fr. G 

Sr. F-C 6-8 

Fr C 6-9 

Sr C 6-9 
Head Coach: Charles "Lefty" Driesell 
Assistant Coaches: Joe Harrington. Dave PrItchcU. 
Howard White 



6-7 
6-6 
6-1 
6-4 
6-4 
6-6 
5-11 
6-5 
6-3 
6-3 



111. Hometonn 

210 Hyattsville, Md. 
210 New York. NY 
170 Hagerstown. Md. 
205 Seat Pleasant, Md. 

Durham. N.C. 

Norfolk. Va. 

MIshawaka. Ind. 

Elm City, N,C, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Monaca. Pa. 
205 LaGrange, III, 
210 Bessemer .*\la. 
2 1 Soulh Windsor. Conn. 



170 
195 
150 
190 
170 
180 



Season Statistics 



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 



GPFG% 

24 .549 

29 .513 

29 .519 

29 .565 

29 .580 

29 .606 

19 .531 

23 .487 

22 .561 

18 ,333 

29 .547 

29 .441 



Fr%Reb.-Ayg. 



.836 
.829 
.712 
,727 
.820 



100-4.2 
206-7.8 
217-7.5 
77-2.7 
95-3.3 
.686 321-11.1 
.733 54-2.8 
.778 49-2.1 
.546 15-7 
.400 13-7 
.7371261-43.5 
.694 999-34.3 



Asst. 
91 
31 

25 
65 



3 

3 

30 





Pts.;irg 

469-19.5 

431-14.9 

416-14.3 

388-13.4 

134 364-12.6 

30 320-11.0 

90-4.7 

59-2.6 

58-2.6 

8-0.4 

413 2607-89.9 

333 2163-74.6 



\CC Tournament 

Quarterllnals - lost to NC Slate, 87-85 

\€ H Tournament 

MIdnesI Region First Round - defeated Crelghton. 83-79 
Midwest Region Semllinal - defeated Notre Dame. 83-71 
Midwest Region Hnal - lost to Louisville. 96-82 



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Teams of Tradition 

1979-80 



Record: 24-7 H: 10-0 \: 4-4 V: J-,'J 
ICC; / 1-3. ACC Kefnilar Season champion 
Postseason: VCH Sneel Sixteen 
KanA/iiss: \P \o. 8. ll'l \o. 8 



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1980-81 



Record: 21-10 11: 12-3 \: 5-5 \: 4-2 
ACC: 8-6. 4tli place. \CC Tournament rinalist 
Postseason: \CiA Second Round 
KanA/nSS; \P \o. 18. I I'l \». / / 



1982-83 



Record: 2th 10 II: 14-3 \: j-4 >: 1-3 
ACC: 8-6. 3rd place (tie) 
Postseason: \C 1 1 Second Round 
Ranldngs: yone 




Team Roster 

ISO. \aitte 

Greg Manning Jr. 
Reggie Jaclison So. 
Greg "Dulcli" Morley So. 



)r. P(w. 

G 
G 
G 
¥ 
C 
F 
G 
V 
C-F 



til. 

6-1 

e-A 

6-2 
6-9 
6-9 
6-7 
6-4 
6-6 
6-8 



Marl* Fotliergill 

David Henderson 

ErnesI Graliam 

Jon Robinson 

tierman Veal 

Jolin Bilney 

Cliarles ■Buck" Hiliiams So. C-F 6-8 

■Diylor Baldwin So. C 6-10 

■Mbert King Jr. F 6-6 

Head Coarh: Charles "Lefty" Driesell 
Assistant Coaclies: Tom Abatemareo. 
Sherman Diliard 



IK. tloiiielo»n 

1 70 Highspire, Fa. 

210 Philadelphia. Pa. 

170 HyaltsMlle. Md. 

220 Somerset, K.V 

215 Roanoke, Va. 



215 Baltimore, Md. 

184 Gastonia, N.C, 

200 Jackson. Miss. 

220 Woodcim Lake. N.J. 

215 Rocky Mount, N.C, 

225 Greenwich, Conn, 

190 Brooklyn, N,Y, 

John Kockan, 



Season Statistics 



\anie 

,\lbert King 
Frnest Graham 
Greg Manning 
Buck Williams 
Reggie Jackson 
Taylor Baldwin 
Dutch Morley 
Mark Folhergill 
Jon Robinson 
John Bilney 
David Henderson 
Maryland Iblals 
(IpponrnI Totals 



GPFG% 

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 

31 ,551 

31 ,474 



Fr%Reb.-Ayg. 

.821 207-6.7 
.658 230-7.4 
.908 47-1 .6 
.664 242-10.1 
.611 65-2.1 
.652 82-2.7 
.792 51-1.7 



Assl. Ws.-,1ig 

86 674-21.7 
136 483-15.6 



.538 
.750 
.462 
.500 



20-1.3 

2-0.1 

38-2.7 

18-1 1 



65 
27 
88 
11 
124 
1 
15 



.7241089-33.1 
.7001000-32.3 



471-15.7 

371-15.5 

158-5.1 

122-3.9 

96-3.1 

35-2.3 

31-2.2 

2 24-1.7 

3 16-1.0 
558 2481-80.0 
476 2226-71,8 



\CC Tournament 

Ouarlerflnals - defeated Georgia Tech, 51-49 (OT) 
Semllinals - defeated Clemson, 91-85 
Finals - lost to Duke, 73-72 

ICll Tournament 

East Region First Round - bje 

East Region Second Round - defeated Tennessee, 86-75 

East Region Seniillnal - lost to Georgetown, 74-68 



Teiifii Rosier 

\o. Vame 

Greg Manning 
Sieve Rivers 
Reggie Jackson 



Greg 'Dutch' Morley Jr 



Ir. fos. til. 

Sr. G 6- 1 
G 6-3 
G 6-4 
G 6-2 
F 6-9 



Fr 

Jr. 



Mark Folhergill So 
ErnesI Graham Sr G-F 6-7 
Charles I'iltman Jr F 6-8 
Pete llolberl Fr. F 6-6 

Jon Robinson So. G 6-4 

Herman Veal Fr. F 6-6 

Cliaite "Buck" Williams Jr. C-F 6-8 
Taylor Baldwin Jr. C 6-10 
.MberlKIng Sr. F 6-6 

Head Coarli: Charles "Lefty" Driesell 
.VssislanI Coaclies: Tom .\batemarco, 
Dlllard 



IK. Itonielonn 

173 Highspire. Pa 

170 BiiickMile, NV 

210 Philadelphia. Pa. 

170 Hyattsville. Md, 

220 Somerset. Ky. 

207 liallimoiv. Md. 

215 Rocky Mount, N,C, 

190 Fairfax, Va, 

185 Gastonia, N,C, 

200 Jackson, Miss, 

215 Rocky Mount, N,C. 

219 Greenwich, Conn. 

190 Brooklyn, N.V, 

John Kockan, Sherman 



Season Statistics 



Vanip 

:\lberl King 
Buck VVilliams 
ErnesI (iraham 
Greg Manning 
Charles Pittman 
Reggie Jackson 
Dutch Morley 
Steve Rivers 
Herman Veal 
Pete llolberl 
Jon Robinson 
Taylor Baldwin 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Tnlals 



GP FG% 

31-31 ,502 
31-31 
31-31 
31-31 

31-2 
31-23 

30-7 

24-0 

16-0 



.647 
.514 
.558 
.670 
.353 
.548 
404 
,353 



fT%Rpb.-Avg. 

,812 177-5,7 
,637 363-11.7 
.727 176-5.7 

41-1.3 
115-3,7 

45-1,5 



12-0 
9-0 
9-0 
31 
31 



,240 
.529 
.667 
.532 
.473 



.821 
.640 
.750 
.790 
.917 
.591 
.667 
.167 
.750 



Asst. Pts.-Aig 

92 559-18.0 

31 482-15.6 

120 448-14.5 

85 422-13.6 

13 158-5.1 



40-1.3 
10-0.4 
31-1,9 
15-1,3 
7-0,8 
11-1.2 



60 
84 
19 
4 
I 
3 
1 



93-3.0 
61-2.0 
53-2.2 
25-1.6 
22-1.8 
19-2.1 
11-1.6 



,7201093-35,3 
.698 934-30.8 



503 2353-73,9 
454 2164-69.8 



ACC Tournament 

Quarlernnais - defeated Duke, 56-53 
Seniillnais - delcated Virginia, 85-62 
Finals - lost to North Carolina, 61-60 

\C\\ Tournament 

Mideast Region First Round - defealed 

Tenn, -Chattanooga, 81-69 
Mideast Region Second Round - lost to Indiana, 99-64 



Team Roster 

Vo. \aiiie 

Jeff.Mklns 
Chuck Driesell 
Jeff Baxter 
Steve Rivers 
Ed Farmer 
Mark Fothergill 
.Adrian Branch 
Bryan Palmer 
Pete Holbert 
Len Bias 
Herman Veal 
Greg Stevens 
Ben Coleman 
Head Coacli: Charle 
Assistant Coaclies: 
Mel Cartwrlght 



);. Pos. HI. IK. 



So, 
So. 
Fr. 
Jr 
Fr 



G 6-5 185 

G 6-2 170 

G 6-1 165 

G 6-3 175 

F 6-8 210 



Jr, F 6-9 220 
So. F 6-8 185 
Fr F 6-10 205 
Jr F-G 6-6 190 
Fr. F 6-8 195 
Jr. F 6-6 220 
Fr C 7-2 260 
Jr C-F 6-9 220 

s "Lefly" Driesell 

John Kochan. Sherman 



Howetonn 

Martinsville. Va. 
Silver Spring. Md. 
Washington. D.C. 
Uniondale. N.V. 
Wilson. N.C. 
Somerset, K,v. 
Largo. Md. 
Susquehannnck. Md, 
,\nnandale, Va, 
Landover, Md, 
Jackson, Miss, 
Stow, Ohio 
Minneapolis, Minn, 

Diliard. 



Season Statistics 

^ame GP l'G% 

.Adrian Branch 29-29 .469 

Ben Coleman 30-30 .571 

JeffAdklns 30-30 .468 

Len Bias 30-13 .478 

Mark Folhergill 30-23 .557 

Herman Veal 26-19 .479 

Steve Rivers 25-5 .556 

Jeff Baxter 30-0 .417 

Ed Farmer 20-1 .408 

Pete Holbert 20-0 .222 

Chuck Driesell 17-0 .333 

Bryan Palmer 12-0 .000 

Maryland Totals 30 .490 

Opponent Totals 30 .433 



fT%Reb.-Avg. 

.715 150-5.2 
242-8.1 

80-2.7 
125-4.2 
112-3.7 
179-6.9 

21-0.8 



.652 
.648 
.636 
,758 
,762 
,313 
,794 
,636 
,826 
,571 
.250 



20-0.7 
44-2.2 
11-0.6 
5-0.3 
15-1,3 



\sst. 

95 

32 

121 

22 

19 

18 

22 

33 

3 

4 

5 

1 



.6851098-36.6 
.6701022-34.1 



Pls.-Atg 

541-18.7 
454-15.1 
297-9.9 
214-7.1 
187-6.2 
176-6.8 
137-5.5 
103-3.4 
54-2.7 
33-1.7 
21-1.3 
2-0.2 
375 2222-74.1 
385 2141-71.4 



ACC Tournament 

Quarlernnais - lost to Georgia Tech. li4-58 |0T) 

!%C\\ Tournament 

Mldnest Region First Round - defeated 

Tenn.-Challan(]()ga. 52-5 1 
Mldnest Region Second Round - lost to Houston. 60-50 




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Teams of Tradition 

1983-84 

Record: 24-8 II: 13-2 I. 6-4 V .5-2 

\CC: 9-5. 2nd place. U'.C Tournament champion 

Postseason: \Ci\ Sneet Sixteen 

Rankings: IP Vo. It. I PI \o. 10 



1984-85 



Record: 25-12 H: 14-2 \: 7-6 \. 4-4 
XCC: 8-6. 4th place (tie) 
Postseason: M'.H S»eet Sixteen 
Rankings: \one 



1985-86 



Record: 19-14 II: 10-5 \: 6-7 A; 3-2 
ACC: 6-8. 6th place 
Postseason: \<;H Second Round 
Rankinss: ^oue 




Team Router 

\o. \ame 

Keith G.itlin 
Je(T \dkins 
Chuck Driesell 
Jefl Baxlt-r 
Ste\e Rivers 
Mark Fulhergill 
Adrian Branch 
Br\an Palmer 
Terry Long 
Pele Holberl 
Len Bias 
Herman \eal 
Ben I'oleman 
Hpad Coach: Charle 
\S!«istanl Coaches: 
Ron Bradlev 



)r. Pon. III. 

Fr. G 6-5 
G 6-5 
G 
G 
G 
F 
F 



6-2 
6-1 
6-3 
6-9 
6-8 



C 6-10 



6-8 
6-6 
6-8 
6-6 
6-9 



11 /. Itomelona 

165 Grimesland. NX. 

185 Martinsville. \a. 

170 Silver Spring. \ld. 

165 Washington. D C. 

170 Iniondalc. NV 

220 Somerset, K\. 

185 Largo. \ld 

205 Glen Rock. Pa. 

2-10 Glen Allen, \a 

190 Fairfax. \a, 

195 Landover, Md, 

200 Jackson, Miss. 

220 Minneapolis, Minn. 



s "Leftv" Driesell 

Sherman Dillard. Mel CartnTighl, 



Season Statistics 



\ame 

Ben Coleman 
Len Bias 
\drian Branch 
•leffAdkins 
Herman \eal 
Keith Gatlin 
Mark Fothergill 
Terry Long 
Jeff Baxter 
Chuck Driesell 
Pete Holberl 
Steve Rivers 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



CP IG% 

32-32 .608 

32-31 

28-25 

32-31 

32-28 

32-9 

32-3 

27-0 

21-0 

15-0 



fJ%Reb.-\\g. 



,567 
-179 
,538 
,554 
,487 
,535 
.5-12 
393 
,462 



14-0 
6-0 
32 
32 



421 
,429 
.339 
.462 



.715 
.767 
.752 
.673 
.733 
.761 
.846 
.515 
733 
,526 
,833 
1 ,000 



269-8.4 

145-4,5 

89-3.1 

86-2,7 

213-6.7 

52-1,6 

64-2,0 

52-1 9 

8-0,4 

8-0 4 

13-0,9 

1-0 2 



\ssl. 

53 

48 

75 

119 

57 

148 

12 

10 

46 

5 

4 

I 



.7231078-33.7 
.694 996-31.1 



491-15.3 
488-15.2 
363-13.0 
304-9.4 
268-8.4 
198-6.2 
109-3.4 
53-2.0 
48-2.3 
34-2,3 
21-1,5 
12-2 
348 2391-74.7 
463 2131-67.2 




V€C ToiirnamenI 

Ouarterrinals - defeated N.C, Slate. 69-63 
Seminnals - defeated Wake Forest. 66-64 
Finals - defeated Duke, 74-62 

\('A\ Tournament 

MideasI Region FirsI Round - bye 
MirieasI Region Set ond Round - defeated 

We^l \iigiiim, 102-77 
MIdeasI Region Semillnal - lost to Illinois, 72-70 



Team Roster 

\o. \amr )r. /'«.>*. ///. 

3 Keith Gatlin So. G 6-5 

10 JeffAdkins Sr. G 6-5 

11 Chuck Driesell Sr, G 6-2 

12 Jeff Baxter Jr G 6-1 
22 Walter Lancaster Fr. G 6-4 
24 Adrian Branch Sr. G-F 6-8 

31 Bryan Palmer So. C 6-10 

32 Terry Long So. C-F 6-8 

33 Derrick Lewis Fr. F 6-7 

34 Len Bias Jr. F 6-8 
41 Tom Jones Jr, F 6-6 
50 Kd Woods Fr. F 6-7 
Head Coach: Charles "Lefty" Driesell 
Assistant Coarhes: Sherman Dillard 
Ron Bradlev 



IW. llomeloHH 

165 Grimesland. N.C. 

185 Martinsville. \a 

170 Silver Spring. Md, 

165 Washington. DC, 

180 Lanham. Md. 

185 Largo. Md, 

205 Glen Rock. Pa. 

240 Glen Allen. \ a, 

195 Temple Hills, Md, 

195 Landover, Md 

205 Oak Hill, W.\a, 

210 Rockville. Md. 

Mel Cart«Tight. 



Season Statistics 



\ame 

Len Bias 
Adrian Branch 
Keith Gatlin 
Tom Jones 
Derrick Lewis 
Jeff Adkins 
Jeff Baxter 
Terrv Long 
Chuck Driesell 
Bryan Palmer 
Walter Lancaster 
Kd Woods 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



GPFG% 

37-37 ,530 

37-37 .510 

37-35 .514 

37-20 .507 

37-34 .466 

37-14 ,456 

35-0 .500 

37-8 .508 

14-2 .333 

12-0 167 

7-0 ,500 

5-0 ,000 

37 .303 

37 .439 



fJ%Rett.-\\g. 

'ill 251-6,8 
182-49 

70-1,8 
155-4.2 
241-6.5 

78-4.1 



.762 
.862 
,741 
.625 
.711 
,697 
,613 
.727 
846 
,000 
429 
.743 
.691 



26-0.7 

69-1,9 

8-0,6 

10-0,8 

1-0,1 

3-0 4 

1184-32 

1222-33 



isst. 

65 

81 

221 

37 

33 

68 

46 

14 

3 

4 

3