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Since returning to Che Cailege Parit campus in 1989, Bary 
Williams has led his alma mater's basketball program into 
an era of national prominence. With ten straight NCM 
tournament berths, seven Sweet Sixteen appearances, a 
pair of conseeutiwe Final Four showings, and the 2002 
national'Bhampionship, Williams and his staff have 
literally forged a decade of dominance. 

Among the Isoaching elite: 

^lliams is one of six cailege 
basltetball coaches since 1980 to 
. guide his alma mater to the Final Four and 
was the first since 1974 to lead his alma 
mater to a national title. 



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^i^ He is one of just six 
coaches to reach the 
NCAA's Sweet Sixteen in seven 
of the last 10 gears (1994 to 
20031, and one of six to boast a 
string of 10 consecutive trips to 
the NCAA Tournament (1994 to 
2003). He joins Lute Olson and , 
Tubby Smith as the only NCAA 
champion coaches on both lists. 



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^ P He is one of only three acthie coaches in 
llLs America, and just the 12th overall to guide] 
_alma mater to two Final Four appearances. M 

^ A winner of nearig 70 percent of his NCAA 
i^ Tournament games while at Maryland, he ranlts 
ith among active coaches in NCAA Tournament 

winning percentage overall (25-12, .6761, and ninth im 

wins (251. 



r defeating No. 1 Duke at Comcast Center on 

l_ Jan. 18, 2003, he is tied among active ACC , 

dies for the most wins over top-ranked teams. 

^^^ h his 500th win at NC State on March 2, 2003, 
. 1968 Maryland grad became the surth ACC 
-— ^ alumnus in conference history to amass as many as 
SOO coaching victories. _jgF ==- ^ — — 

^ ^^>With 295 wins as Maryland's head coach, Williams 
LyJ is on the cusp of becominy only the sixth coach in 
, ' Atlantic Coast Conference history to pass the 300-victai 
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DAY DATE 

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Tue. Nov. 18 

Nov. 22 

Nov. 25 

Nov. 29 

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FINAL FOUR: 

2001 • 2002 

SWEET SIXTEEN: 

1994 • 1995 

1998 • 1999 

2001 • 2002 • 2003 

IMCAA TOURNAMENT: 

1 994 • 1 995 • 1 996 

1 997 • 1 998 • 1 999 

2000 •2001 • 2002 • 2003 




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OPPONENT 

EA Sports All-Stars (exh) 
NBDL-Roanoke (exh) 
American 
George Mason 
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TIME 

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8:00 p.m. 
8:00 p.m. 
8:00 p.m. 
8:00 p.m. 

ACC/BIG TEN CHALLENGE 

Wisconsin 9:30 p.m. 

tJBSr CLASSIC 

G. Washington vs. W. Virginia 1 :00 p.m. 
Washington, D.C. (MCI Center) 

Maryland vs. Gonzaga 3:30 p.m. 

Washington, D.C. (MCI Center) 
Consolation Game 3:00 p.m. 

Washington, D.C. (MCI Center) 

Championship Game 5:30 p.m. 

Washington, D.C. (MCI Center) 



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Dec. 23 
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Wed. Jan. 14 
Sat. Jan. 17 
Wed. Jan. 21 
Sun. Jan. 25 
Thu. Jan. 
Sun. Feb 
Wed. Feb. 
Sun. Feb 
Sun. Feb, 15 
Thu. Feb. 19 
Sun. Feb. 22 
Tue. Feb. 24 
Sat. Feb. 28 
Wed. March 3 
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at Florida 7:00 p,m. ESPN 

Pepperdine 5:30 p.m. FSN 

UNC Greensboro 8:00 p.m. FSNS/CSN 

at Florida State 5:30 p.m. FSN 

Mount St. Mary's 2:00 p.m. RJ Split 

Maryland-Eastern Shore 8:00 p.m. RJ Split 

North Carolina 9:00 p.m. ESPN 

at Georgia Tech 8:00 p.m. RJ Split 

Duke 9:00 p.m. ESPN 

at Clemson 8:00 p.m. FSN 

at Wake Forest 7:00 p.m. ESPi\l2 

NC State 2:00 p.m. FSN 

at Virginia 9:00 p.m. RJ Split 

Florida State 1:00 p.m. RJ 

at North Carolina 3:30 p.m. ABC 

Georgia Tech 7:00 p.m. ESPN2 

at Duke 4:00 p.m. CBS 

Clemson 8:00 p.m. RJ Split 

Wake Forest 1:00 p.m. ABC 

at NC State 9:00 p.m. RJ 

Virginia 8:00 p.m. FSN 

at ACC Tournament TBA RJ/ESPN 

Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum) 

NCAA First and Second Rounds TBA CBS 
SITES: Buffalo: Raleigh; Kansas City: 
Orlando; Columbus; Milwaukee; Denver; Seattle 

NCAA Regionals TBA CBS 

SITES: East Rutherford; Atlanta; St. Louis; Phoenix 
NCAA Final Four 

San Antonio, Texas (Alamodome)TBA CBS 



• denotes ACC contests 
All times and dates subject to change 
All times Eastern; Home games played at Comcast Center (17,950) listed in BOLD. 

RADIO 

All games broadcast on the Maryland Radio Network 
(Flagship stations - WBAL 1090-AM and WMAL 630-AM) 

TV 

NATIONAL ESPN, ESPN2, ABC, CBS, Fox Sports Net (FSN) 

LOCAL AND REGIONAL ACC MARKETS Raycom, Raycom/Jefferson Pilot (RJ) 

REGIONAL: Comcast Sports Net (CSN), Fox Sports South (FSNS) 

TERPS oniLiniE: umterps.com 

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2D03-Q4 Schedule 1 

Table of Contents 2 1 

This Is Maryland Terrapins Basketball 4 | 

Comcast Center 6 

Gary Williams Datebook 8 

2002 National Champions 1 2 | 

Maryland Basketball Family 14 

Power Of The ACC 1 B | 

Maryland In The Spotlight 1 

No Better Place To Be! 20 I 

So Much... So Close! 22 

Gameday! 24 | 

3003-04 SEASON PREVIEtA/ 

Season Outlook 26 I 

Roster Information S Squad Breakdown ... 29 ' 
Preseason Notebook S Honors 31 

COACHIIMG STAFF 

Head Coach Gary Williams 34 ' 

Assistant Coach Dave Dickenson "^^ W 

Assistant Coach Jimmy Fatsos 44 'f s 

Assistant Coach Matt Kovarik 46 • 

Director of Basketball Operations Troy 

Wainwright 4B ■ 

Men's Basketball Support Staff 49 

MEET THE TERRAPIIMS 

Jamar Smith 52 

Nik Caner-Medley 55 

Andre Collins 56 

Travis Garrison 61 

John Gilchrist 64 

Mike Grinnon 67 

Chris McCray 70 

Darien Henry 73 ,_ 

Will Bowers 74 

Hassan Fofana 75 

Ekene Ibekwe 76 

Mike Jones 77 | 

D.J. Strawberry 78 

ACC & OPPOniEIMTS 

About the Atlantic Coast Conference 80 : 

ACC S NCAA Tournament Brackets 81 

ACC Composite Schedule 82 

American, Clemson 80 

Duke, Florida 81 

Florida State, George Mason 82 

George Washington, Georgia Tech 83 

Gonzaga, Hofstra 84 

Maryland-Eastern Shore, Mount St. Mary's . 85 

North Carolina, UNC Greensboro 86 

NO State, Pepperdine 87 

Virginia, Wake Forest 88 

West Virginia, Wisconsin 89 

BBST Classic 90 

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The 2003-04 University of Maryland Men's Basketball 
Media Guide was published by the Maryland athletic med 
relations office with the intent to serve all media and follower,<; 
of Terrapin basketball. Additional copies may be purchased fi ., 
$15. Mail orders should include $3 for postage and handlinp 

The guide was written and edited by Mark Fratto, assii^ 
tant media relations director Layout and design by Jas(^ 
Yellin, publications coordinator and associate media re^< 
tions director. Editorial assistance by Doug Dull, Br^ 
Hughes and Mary Smith. »c..' 

Photography by Dave Christianson, Dave Cognetti, Jotr 
Consoli, Bruce L. Schwartzman, Phil Straw, Bill Vaughaii. 
David Kyle/NBAE/ Getty Images and NBA Properties. 

Cover photos by Bill Vaughan and Bruce L. Schwartzman. 
Cover design by John Schaffhauser 

The Maryland athletic media relations staff extends its 
thanks to all ACC and opponent sports information offices ar 
all members of past sports information staffs that have assist- 
ed in compiling information that is an integral part of th' 
guide. Any corrections or additions to the media guide are I 




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Velcome and should be directed, via e-mail, to Mark Fratto at 

atto@umd.edu. 
The University of Maryland is an equal opportunity institu- 

on with respect to both education and employment. The uni- 
versity does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ori- 
Jn, sex or handicap in admission or access to, or treatment 
or employment in, its programs and activities as required by 

jderal (Title VI, Title IX, Section 504) and state laws and reg- 
'ilations. Inquiries regarding compliance with Title VI of the 
.ivil Rights Act of 1964, as amended. Title IX of the 1972 
■Educational Amendment, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act 
jf 1973, or related legal requirements should be directed to 
*he Office of Human Relations, 1107 Hornbake Library, 
University of Maryland, College Park, Md. 20742; telephone— 
"^01-405-2838. Inquiries concerning the application of Section 
o04 and Part 34 of the C.F.R. to the University of Maryland, 
"ollege Park, may be directed to the Director, Disabled 
Student Services, 0126 Shoemaker Hall, University of 

/laryland. College Park, Md. 20742; telephone— 301 -314- 
7862 (voice) or 301-314-7683 (TTY). 




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200S-03 SEASON REVIEW 

Review Notebook 96 

2003 Final Results, Attendance, Lineups. . . 9S 
2003 Final Statistics: (Dverall, ACC, NCAA . . 99 

Team Game-by-Game Statistics 100 

Season Superlatives 101 

Miscellaneous Statistics 102 

ACC Review 103 

Game Recaps 1 05 

THE RECORD BOOK 

Year-by-Year Finishes 116 

Coaching History, Arena History 117 

History In The AP Poll 118 

History In The Coaches' Poll 119 

Individual Records 120 

Individual Leaders 121 

Class Records 1 26 

Annual Leaders 1 28 

Team Records 130 

Maryland Year-by-Year Statistics 1 34 

I Opponent Year-by-Year Statistics. ... 135 

j^ All-time Results 1 36 

Series Reconds 142 

Series Results 1 43 

Regular Season Tournament History . . 1 49 

ACC Tournament History 1 50 

Postseason Tournament History 1 52 

NCAA Tournament Records 1 53 

HISTORY AniD HONORS 

Teams of Tradition 1 58 

2002 National Champions 1 64 

Honored Jerseys 165 

Award Winners 1 70 

All-Time Roster 1 72 

Career Statistics 1 74 

Cole Field House Era 1 77 

TERPS ini THE PROS 

Terps In The NBA Draft, Lottery History . . 1 BO 
Terps Draft History, Williams Dr^aft History 181 

Terps In The NBA 182 

Ter^ps As Pro Coaches, 

2003-04 Terp NBA Roster^ 1 84 

UNIVERSITY S ATHLETICS 
DEPARTMENT 

University of Maryland 1 86 

Distinguished Alumni 1 88 

President CD. Mote Jr 189 

Athletics Director Deborah Yow 1 90 

Athletics Administration 1 92 

Academic Support & Career Development . 1 95 

Undergraduate Programs of Study 1 96 

Sports Medicine 1 97 

Strength & Conditioning 1 9B 

Terrapin Club, M Club 1 99 

Athletics S Coaching Staff Directories ... 201 

Terrapin Radio Network 204 

Covering The Terps 205 

Media Information 206 

TV/Radio Chart 208 



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Z00Z-03 MEOIA GUIDE SELECTED 
FOURTH IN THE NATION 

For Che second straight year, the Maryland 
men's basketball media guide yyps selected 
fourth in the nation by the College* Sports 
Infomnation Directors of Amenca (CoSIDA). One 
of 1 Bnational awards for the Terrapins' Media 
Relations Office in 2003, the men's basl<etball- 
guide was written and edited by Kevin- 
Messenger and Mar)( Fratto and designed by 
Jason Yellin. It was iudged the top media guide 
in District 2 for the third-straight year. 




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CONFERENCE: 

PRESIDENT: 

ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: 

HISTORY 



College Park, Md, 

Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) 

34,801 

Terrapins, Terps 

Red, White, Black, Gold 

Comcast Center (17,950) 

NCAA Division I 

Atlantic Coast 

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

Deborah A. Yow (Elon 74) 




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S00S-03 OVERALL RECORD: 
~ ACC RECORD/FINISH: 
NCAA TOURNAMENT: 



21-10 
11-5, T-2nd 

2-1 , Sweet Sixteen 




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Maryland defeats UNC Wilmington, 75-73 (First Round) 

Maryland defeats Xavier, 77-84 (Second Round) 

Michigan State defeats Maryland, 80-58 (South Regional Semifinal) 

FINAL RANKING: No. 10 USA Today/ESPN; No. 17 AP 

LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST: 8/5 

STARTERS RETURNING/LOST: 1/4 

NEWCOMERS: 5 

MEDIA RELATIOIMS 



ASSOCIATE A. D. /MEDIA RELATIONS: Doug Dull 

ASSISTANT SID/MEN'S BASKETBALL: Mark FrattO 

MEDIA RELATIONS FAX: 

301-314-9094 

ATHLETICS WEBSITE: 

www.umterps.com 



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FRATTO'S OFFICE PHONE: 

301-314-8052 

FRATTO'S E-MAIL: 

fratto@umd,edu 

FRATTO'S HOME PHONE: 

301-779-7819 

MEDIA RELATIONS PHONE: 

301-314-7064 



MEDIA RELATIONS 
MAILING ADDRESS: 

2725 Comcast Center 
College Park, MD 20742 



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FIRST YEAR OF BASKETBALL: 1 904-05 

OVERALL ALL-TIME RECORD: 1 ,230-878 (.583) 

NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES: 20 

LAST NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE: 2003 

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS: 1 (2002) 

NCAA FINAL FOURS: S (2001 , 2002) 

NCAA FINAL EIGHTS: 4 (1 973, 1 975, 2001 , 2002) 

NCAA SWEET SIXTEENS: 13 (1 958, 1 973. 1 975, 

1980, 1984, 1985. 1994, 
1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003) 

ACC CHAMPIONSHIPS: 6 

Tournament Champions - 1 958, 1 984; 
Regular Season Champions - 1975, 1980, T-1995, 2002 

BASKETBALL STAFF 

HEAD COACH: Gary Williams (Maryland B8) 

OVERALL RECORD (YEARS): 502-281 (25) 

RECORD AT MARYLAND (YEARS): 295-1 53 (1 4) 

ASSISTANT COACH: Dave Dickerson 

(Maryland '90/8th season) 
< ASSISTANT COACH: Jimmy Patsos 

■ ■> (Catholic '89/1 3th season) 

»*: J, ASSISTANT COACH: Matt Kovarik 

, • ■ ' , (Maryland '9B/3rd season) 

_ DIRECTOR/OPERATIONS: Troy Wainwright 

(Maryland '90/8th season) 




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Maryland's new honne for Terrapin Athletics was 

completed in the fall of 2002, and has already pro- 
vided a season of toppled attendance records and 
memories on the hardwood. Comcast Center pro- 
vides a seating capacity of 17,950 fans for basket- 
ball, and serves as a campus site for university spe- 
cial events and select community events. 

The Terrapins' first public basketball event was its 
2002 Midnight Madness celebration, followed by exhi- 
bition and regular season openers for the men's and 
women's teams in November. In its first season, a 
school-record 281 ,057 fans were on hand to witness 
Terrapin basketball games for a per-game average of 
17,5BB as the Terrapins finished fifth in the nation. 
The unveiling of the 2002 national championship ban- 
ner, a January victory over No. 1 Duke, an unforget- 
table February rout of No. 1 Wake Forest in blizzard- 
like conditions, and the honoring of one of the most 
successful senior classes in Terp history in March 
were among Comcast Center's season one highlights. 

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 near- 
700 student-athletes on 25 teams. An additional 
1 ,500-seat gymnasium 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, 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 
4,000, with students ringing the first 10 raws 
around the floor and a majority of seats on the 
arena's west wall - which at an intimidating 35 
degree incline provides the Terrapins' with a 
unique home court advantage. 

Comcast Center is an excellent place for 
alumni and fans to enjoy their favorite 
sports and share in their common Terrapin 
spirit. Visitors can learn about the men and 
women who have forged the Maryland Athletics 
program among the nation's elite as they stroll 
through the Terrapin Walk of Fame and History. 
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 
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LUXURY SUITES 

BUILDING SITE 

HERITAGE HALL Yes [capacity 400) 

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Syracuse 

Louisville 

North Carolina 

Maryland 

Wisconsin 

Memphis 

Indiana 

Kansas 

Ohio St. 



Attendance 

289,528 
355,683 
342,672 
336,384 
581,057 
287,818 
266,283 
198,321 
260,800 
256,914 



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22,271 
20,921 
19,037 
18,688 
17,566 
16,930 
16,643 
16,527 
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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, 
B7-53, in his first game as head coach. 

JAN. 4, 1990 - Defeated Wake Forest, 88-B2, 
in his first ACC game as Maryland's coach. 

JAN. 10, 1990 - Defeated North Carolina, 
38-88, to gain his first victory over a ranked 
team as Maryland's coach. [2 

MARCH 1 5, 1 990 - 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, 1 990 - Guided the Terps to 
victories over Rutgers, 86-81, and South 
Carolina, 78-69, to gam the championship 
of the ECAC Holiday Festival at Madison 
Square Garden. [3] 



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MARCH 1, 1992 - Defeated No. 10 North 
Carolina, 89-80, at Cole Field House. 

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



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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. [s] 
MARCH 13,1 994 - 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 1 9, 1 994 - Defeated second-seeded 

Massachusetts, 95-87, in the biggest upset 
t of the 1 994 NCAA Tournament. 

* I III Maryland reached the Sweet 

Sixteen for the first time 
since 1985. [6] 




Rank 


Team 


Record 


Points 


1. 


Kansas (29) 


161 


1.552 


2- 


UCLA (26) 


110 


1,514 




Artfansas (3) 


121 


1.458 




North Carolina (1) 132 


1,425 




Duke (2) 


11 1 


1.393 




Massachusetts (4) 13 1 


1.360 




Kentucky 


13-2 


1.226 


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Indiana 


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1,160 


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Arizona 


13 2 


1,050 


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Connecticut 


14 1 


949 


1. 


Temple 


92 


917 


12 


Purdue 


14-1 


879 


13. 


Louisville 


12-2 


843 


14. 


Wisconsin 


12 1 


788 


15 


IVIIchlgan 


113 


78-/ 


16. 


Syracuse 


10-2 


53f. 


17. 


Georgia Tech 


10-4 


524 


18. 


Aia.-Blrmingham 131 


413 


19. 


Cincinnati 


12-3 


384 


20. 


Minnesota 


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318 


21. 


California 


10-3 


316 


22. 


Xavier, Ohio 


111 


256 


23. 


St. Louis 


14-0 


254 


24. 


West Vireinia 


10-2 


172 


25. 


Maryland 


10-3 


130 



Syracuse 



12. Georgetown 5-1-0 



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IS. Michigan St. 5-1-0 



16. Ari2on3 St. 



17. Georgia Tech 71-0 



L8. Wake Forest 6-1-0 



19. Wisconsin 



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others receiving votes; Boston College 
124 Odlahorria St 71 Fionda 66, Illinois 
56 Nev. Memco St 43, Missouri 42, Np- 
bfask3 21 Mdrquptli? 20, Mississippi St 14. 
LSU 11, Virginia 9. W Kentucky 7, Micliigan 
Si 5, Pffin 5, Seton Had 4, Alatwma 3, 
DePaul 3 New Orleans 3, Waho Forest 3, 
George W,3stiington 2, Providence 2. Tn 
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437 



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13. Nebraska 



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24. Indiana 



25. St. John's 6-0-0 



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Dthors receiving votes: Stanford 103, 
Minnesota 98, Missoun 98. Pennsytvama 
>6, Illinois 52. towa 41. St, Louis 41. 
flrginia 40. Villanova 35. Oklahoma St 
i3. Tulane 31, St, Joseph's 29, Alabama 
7. Loiiisville 17, Oklahoma 17, Virginia 
'ech 17, Xavier. Ohio 16, Ohio University 





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

DEC. 26, 1994 - Ranked No. 9 in the weekly 

AP Poll to mark the Terps' first top 1 D 

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' fir^t top 1 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, [a] 



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JUNE 28, 1 995 - National Player of the Year 
selection Joe Smith selected as the No. 1 
overall pick in the 1 995 NBA Draft in 
Toronto. [9] 

MARCH 11,1 996 - Maryland named to the 
NCAA Tournament for the thirxi consecutive 
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JAN. 14, 1998 - Defeated No. 1 North 
Carx:lina in OT, 89-83, for his second victory 
over a top-r^anked opponent. [10] 

MARCH 8, 1998 - Named to the NCAA 
Tournament for a school-r^corxj 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 thinj 
time in five years. [11] 



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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, 
ear^ning a No. 2 seed in the South Region to 
match Maryland's highest NCAA Tournament 
seed in history. 

MARCH 13, 1999 - Defeated Cr^ighton, 75- 
63, to advance to the Sweet Sixteen for the 
fourth time in six year^. 

JUNE 30, 1999 - Second-team Ail-American 
Steve Francis selected as the second pick of 
the 1 999 NBA Draft. Obinna Ekezie and 
Laran Pr^ofit were selected in the second 
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NOV. 6, 2000 ■ Earned its then highest 
preseason ranl<ing ever under Gary WilliamS: 
No. 5 by the Associated Press. [2] 

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

MARCH 1 1 , 2001 - Earned its eighth 
consecutive bid to the NCAA Tournament, a 
No. 3 seed in the West Region. 

MARCH 22, 2001 - A 7B-BB 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 
negional's Most Outstanding Player. [3] 

MARCH 31, 2001 - Maryland is pined 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 then the highest 
final ranking in Terrapin history. 



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NOV. 5, 2001 - Maryland's No. 2 preseason 
AP ranking was the highest in school history. 

FEB. 1 7, 2002 - Defeated top-ranked Duke, 
B7-73, before a capacity crowd at Cole 
Field House. 

MARCH 3, 2002 - In the final game ever to 
be played at Cole Field House, Terps beat 
Virginia 11 2-92 to clinch their fipst ACC 
regular season crown since 1 9B0, and 
complete a 15-0 home season. 

MARCH 1 0, 2002 - Earned the highest 
NCAA Tournament seed in history, 
drawing a ninth-straight NCAA bid with 
a No. 1 seed in the East Region. 









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MARCH 1 1 , 2002 - Williams 

earned his first selection as the 

ACC's Coach of the Year, 
MARCH 1 2, 2002 - Shooting 

guard Juan Dixon was honored as 

AP first team AlhAmerican and 

the ACC's Player of the Year. 
MARCH 1 7, 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 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 1 0th player in history to earn Regional 

MVP honors a second time, [s] 
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 Enbepg 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, [si 
MAY 21, 2002 - Terps were welcomed at the 

White House by President George W. Bush, [9] 




JUNE 26, 2002 - Chris Wilcox was chosen as 
the eighth selection in the 2002 NBA draft, 
chosen by the Los Angeles Clippers, Dixon 
was chosen by the Washington Wizards with 
the 1 7th 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. 

OCT. 2002 - "Sweet Redemption", Gary Williams 
autobiography as told vwth award- winning 
author David A. Vise, hits book-stands, [lo] 



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NOV. 24, 2002 - Williams and the Terps open 
state-of-the-art Comcast Center with 84-49 
victory over Miami [Ohio]. [i i] 

JAN. 18, 2003 - Maryland downs No. 1 
Duke, 87-72, tying Williams among active 
AGO head coaches for the most career 
victories over top-ranked teams. 

MARCH 2, 2003 - Drew Nicholas' 1 

game-winning 3-pointer with 1 .5 seconds left • 
at NO State gives Williams his 5D0th career | 
coaching victory. 

MARCH 21, 2003 - Playing in their 1 Dth 
straight NCAA Tournament, the Terps are vic- 
torious over UNO Wilmington with an unbeliev- 
able Nicholas buzzer^beating 3-pointer. [12] 

MARCH 28, 2003 - Terps play in their seventh 
NCAA Sweet Sixteen game in 1 
opportunities at the Alamodome in San 
Antonio, Texas. [13^ 




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the 2002 tourney, the ninth- 
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(4,127 points) in NCAA history 

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to an NCAA championship since 1974. 





BASKETBALL ALUMIMI 

Former men's besketball players are among the most devoted followers of the Maryland basketball program, 
and continue their involvement each yean through various events including an annual alumni game during Midnight 
Madness festivities and an alumni golf outing with Gary Williams. 

Among the numerous participants who returned for alumni games in 20D1 , 20D2 and 20D3 Midnight Madness 
celebrations include: Mike Anderson, Earl Badu, Jeff Baxter, Adrian Branch, Neil Brayton, Wayne Bristol, LaRon 
Cephas, Bob Cutler, Dave Dickerson, Max Etienne, Norman Fields, Ernie Graham, Jerry Greenspan, Joe Harrington, 
Mo Howard, Speedy Jones, Donny Judd, Matt Kaluzienski, Mitch Kasoff, Matt Kovarik, Cednc Lewis, Tom McMillen, 
Dutch Morley, Jim O'Brien, Brian Palmer, Matt Raydo, Tom Roy, Harvey Sanders, Ron Siegrist, Kurtis Shultz, Duane 
Simpkins, Garfield Smith, Jim Spiro, Terrell Stokes, Stan Swetnam, Mike Thibeault, Jap Trimble, Walt Williams and 
Lubo Zizakovic. 

IMBA SUPERSTAR STEVE FRANCIS 

One of Terrapin basketball's most prominent 
ilumni superstars in recent years, two-time NBA 
-Star Steve Francis remains very close to 
laryland's campus in the offseason. Francis, an 
All-Amencan with the Terps in 1 999 and the NBA 
Co-Rookie of the Year in 2DDD, maintains close 
ties with the Terrapin program and can be found in 
and around College Park playing pick-up, making 
public appearances, or in some cases, helping stu- 
dents in need. 
Some of Maryland's students were temporarily 
without a home following the Sept. 24, 20D1 , tornado that swept through 
campus, but Francis was on hand to help, The Houston Rockets point guard 
did his part to aid in local relief efforts by offering a free meal to the near- 
700 students who reside in the University Courtyard apartments, which had 
been rendered unsafe after the disaster. Residents of the Courtyards, essen- 
tially 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. 

Nearly 1 1 students got word of Francis' dinner and were in attendance at 
the UM Golf Course banquet facility. Francis joined the group for dinner, 
remarking to the group that he remembered people supporting him while he 
was a Maryland student and it was a small way that he could give back to 
'those who helped him. 

Francis continues to be an annual contributor at the Gary Williams 
Basketball Camp, and in 2002 returned to Cole Field House prior to the 
Maryland vs. Duke game to have his jersey honored. 

He was on campus this past summer once again, and took some time to 
speak with the Terps' 2003-04 squad during their afternoon workouts. 




BASKETBALL 
TRAVEL 

The Maryland basketball 
team flies charter airplanes 
to neariy 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-two seat- 
ing 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 get- 
ting to, and coming back 
from, any destination easy 
and comfortable. This type 
of travel allows the Terps to 
be on campus and in class 
as soon as possible following 
road games, and overnight 
stays are minimized. The 
convenience and comfort of 
charter airplane travel allows 
for convenient, efficient, fre- 
quent service as well as 
maximized practice and 
study time. 









l^grps basketball staff 
and former Maryland All- 
Amerlcans Len Elmore and Tom 
McMillen helped celebrate Gary 
Williams' acceptance of the 
Winged Foot Award as 
presented by the New York 
Athletic Club in May 2002. 




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Head coach Gary 
lliams and the 
Maryland players are 
active members of the 
University of Maryland 
campus and greater College Park commu- 
nities. Williams' community service in the summer of 2003 
alone has benefited groups such as Coaches Vs. Cancer, 
National Autism Research, the National Physical Education 
Council, Washington O.C.'s youth and The Salvation Army. 

In the fall of 2003, Williams joined Maryland Governor 
Robert Ehrlich and Maryland First Lady Kendel Ehrlich in the 
fight against underage drinking. Williams and the Ehrlichs taped 
a public service announcement at Comcast Center to spread 
the word about this worthwhile cause. 



PAST AND PRESENT 

Alums and longtime friends of the program 
are often found coming back to the universi- 
ty, whether for games or celebrations, or 
for the annual summer golf outings host- 
ed by Gary Williams and his staff. A 
Terrapin alum himself, Williams has fre- 
quently welcomed former teammates 
and coaches. Among the notable par- 
ticipants at the 2002 and 2003 alum- 
ni events were former Ail-Americans 
Gene Shue, Tom McMillen and Len 
Elmore; former Maryland player and 
coach Billy Hahn; former Williams team- 
mate and coaching partner Joe Harrington 
and former Williams coach Bud Millikan. 





The Gary Williams Invitational and an 
annual alumni golf outing are yearly 
events that unite alumni and 
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TO EDUCATION 

The 2003 Lindy's preseason annual listed 
Maryland as the ACC's top-ranked school in 
terms of incoming freshman SAT scores 
over the past several years. Former Terps 
Calvin McCall, Keith Booth, Laron Profit 
and Terrell Stokes are all among recent 
men's basketball players to earn degrees 
from the University of Maryland. 
In addition to McCall, three Terps from the 2003 senior class were 
within two semesters of graduation before attending NBA preseason 
camps, and two Terps from the class of 2002 were on track as well. A 
third. Earl Badu, was accepted to law school. Juan Dixon, Byron Mouton 
and Steve Francis are all Terps who recently returned to campus during 
their professional offseasons to continue work on their degrees. 

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. 

Maryland student-athletes all work toward completion of their college 
degrees with the assistance of academic counselor Hajj Turner and the 
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The ACC has been the top rated conference in four of the past eight 
years according to the API Rating, and in the Top 3 nationally since 
199B. After ranking first for three consecutive seasons (1996-98) the 
ACC ranlced second in 1999, third in 200G, second in 2002 and third 
once again m 2003. 

ACC NO. 1 IN THE ASSOCIATED PRESS POLL 

There have been 853 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 
2,422 listings. 

AP POLL REFLECTS ACC STRENGTH 

Over 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 (111), 
Maryland (103), North Carolina (71), Wake Forest (53), Virginia (35), 
Clemson (17), Florida State (8), NC State (3), Georgia Tech (2). 

With Maryland's No. 1 ranking in the final USA Today/ESPN poll in 
2002, the ACC became the first conference in history to have two dif- 
ferent teams finish the season ranked No. 1 in the two major polls. Duke 
finished the season as the top-ranked team in the Associated Press poll 
and helped the ACC become the first league in NCAA history to finish 
No. 1 in the final AP poll m consecutive seasons. 




ACC UNPRECEDENTED IN THE ASSOCIATED PRESS POLL 

The ACC became the first conference in history to have seven teams in the 
Associated Press poll during two consecutive weeks during the 1 997-98 sea- 
son. Maryland, North Carolina, Duke, Florida State, Clemson, Wake Forest and 
Georgia Tech were each ranked in the AP polls of Dec. 1 and 8. ijl 

The ACC reached unprecedented success in the AP poll in 2000-01 , with five 
different teams ranked in the Top 25 from start-to-finish: Duke, Maryland, 
North Carolina, Virginia and Wake Forest. 

The ACC has had at least thr^e teams ranked in the final AP poll in 21 of the ' 
last 24 years, including five teams in 2003. 

ACC IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT 

In terms of success, the ACC is unrivaled in the history of the NCAA 
Tournament. The nine current league teams have posted an NCAA Tournament 
mark of 301-154, for a winning perx;entage of .661 . 

# The ACC is the only Division I conference where each member institution 
has a winning r^corxj in NCAA Tournament competition. 

# Since 1 985 when the NCAA Tournament field was expanded to 
accommodate 64 teams, the ACC is the only conference to have each of 
Its schools r^ach at least one Sweet Sixteen. 

# The ACC has had a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament a reconj 21 
times. 

# ACC teams have defeated a recorxJ 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 1 3 NCAA titles and seven of the 
last 22. 

# Over the last 1 5 years, ACC teams have made more Final Four appearances 
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 six of the last seven years. 

# The ACC has had at least one team in the Final Four in 1 4 of the last 1 6 
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 seven times. 

# The ACC has had at least two teams win a minimum of one NCAA 
Tournament game in 14 straight years, and in 18 of the last 19 NCAA 
Tournaments. 




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headline the league's 2003-04 basketball schedule. The schedule also boasts 1 52 
televised games involving ACC teams and marks the ninth-straight year that the 
league has had more than 200 television appearances. 

# ACC teams will make 133 appearances on national television networks, including 41 
appearances on ESPN2, 40 on ESPN, 33 on Fox Sports Net, 10 on ABC and nine 
on CBS. 

# Seventy-one of the league's 72 regular season conference games, including 39 on 
national television networks, are scheduled to be televised. The league's four-day, 
eight-game ACC Tournament to be held at the Greensboro (N.C.) Coliseum, is also 
slated to be broadcast by Raycom/Jefferson-Pilot, ESPN and ESPN2. 

# Fox Sports Net will televise 1 9 games on a national basis, including 1 7 Sunday 
contests starting on December 7, with Wisconsin-Milwaukee at NO State. Fourteen 
of the 19 games are conference match-ups. 

# Three of the regional sports networks headquartered in the ACC region - Fox Sport 
Net South, the Sunshine Network and Comcast Sports Net - will broadcast 33 
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 either regionally or nationally. 



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nation's fourth-largest media market. 

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

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

^ * The Maryland Terrapin radio 
network, which can be accessed from 
Maine to Florida, boasts one of the 
largest coverage areas in collegiate 
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# ESPN, which originated its first-ever 
sports broadcast from the University of 
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# Every major television network 
- ABC, NBC, CBS and FOX - 
has a major news gathering 
affiliate in both Baltimore and 
Washington, D.C. No university 
in the East boasts eight ma or 
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the University of Maryland. 
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College Park. With its top-ranl<ed academic programs, nationally 
recognized faculty, diverse population, and lush 1 ,5B0-acre campus 
located between Washington, D.C, and Baltimore, Md., it's no 
wonder the University of Maryland is a sought-after destination , 
for some of the state's - and the country's - best and brightest \ 
students. 

Attracting them are more than 1 00 majors and some of the high- 
est ranked programs in the country. As of 2002, 65 undergradu- 
ate and graduate programs rank among the top 25 nationally for 
their academic quality. For instance, in the latest U.S. News S, 
World Report undergraduate rankings, the University of Maryland's 
business school was rated 1 Bth nationally, while the engineering 
school was ranked 24th. In graduate school rankings, the A, 
James Clark School of Engineering, the School of Public Affairs, 
the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, the College of 
Computer, Mathematical and Physical Sciences and the College of 
Education all recently ranked in the top 25, according to U.S. 
News S. World Report. 

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

Whether your focus is the sciences or the humanities, a small-town 
atmosphere or a metropolitan feel, the University of Maryland offers 
a wide range of educational and cultural opportunities. 

There truly is no better place to be than the 
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In its first-ever ranking of 
intercollegiate athletic 
programs, U.S. News & 
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University of Maryland's 
athletic program to its 
Top 20 Honor Roll 
recently. The Honor Roll 
was compiled based on an 
evaluation of data from all 
321 NCAA Division I insti- 
tutions for the 20D0- 
2001 academic year. 

The Honor Roll recognizes 
institutions that did well 
across several cate- 
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compliance, commitment 
to gender equity, overall 
win-loss records, total 
number of sports offered 
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waterfronts, monumental land- 
scapes. Jazz, film festivals, 
marches and demonstrations. 
Shopping, professional sports, 
regattas on the Chesapeake 
Bay. Not just one city, but 
three. Not just any city, but the 
nation's capital, a major port 
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The nation's capital and its major attractions are within 1 
miles of Comcast Center. And the highly efficient Metro rail 
system, with a station at the campus doorstep, 
makes navigating the greater Washington, D.C, 
area easy. Campus shuttle buses serve the College 
Park Metro station, allowing easy access to one 
the country's model transportation systems. 

BALTIMORE 

The 1 2th largest city in the United States is 
often referred to as the "Charm City." Located 
just 35 miles north of the University of 

P Maryland, its rejuvenation as an urban center 

P 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 greet sea ports. 

ANNAPOLIS 

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




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National Mall 




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National Zoo 


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Smithsonian Institution 


■ Frederick Douglass Museum 




Supreme Court of the 


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United States 


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U.S. Capitol 




^ ■ Library of Congress 




Union Station 




^ ■ Lincoln Memorial 




Vietnam Veterans Memo 


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for six straight seasons, finishing at an all-time best fifth in the nation in 
2002-03. In Maryland's inaugural season at Comcast Center, the Terps 
played to 98 percent capacity, as 281 ,057 fans attended games for an 
average of 17,566. 

# After averaging 1 3,377 fans and ranking 20th in the country in 1 998, 
the Terps set a then-school record with a 14,474 average in 
1999 while ranking 15th nationally. In 2002, Cole Field House's 
final season, Maryland continued to draw capacity numbers by 
averaging 14,166 fans and ranking 17th. The Terps drew 
14,058 fans and ranked 18th in 2001 . Those totals were only 
eclipsed by the Terps' move to Comcast Center, which ranks as 
the second-largest on-campus arena in the ACC. 

# For the past four seasons, the Terps have set school 
records and ranked in the top 1 nationally in overall attendance 
\ home and away. Maryland has eclipsed its own overall record in 
four straight seasons, and played before at least 400,000 fans in 
five consecutive seasons. 

# Maryland's school-record home attendance average in 2003 
included 1 5 of 1 6 regular season home games played before crowds that 
exceeded 17,000. Maryland played to 98 percent capacity for the entire season 
in the $125 million, 17,950-seat Comcast Center 

# Maryland has combined to play at over 95 percent capacity at home since 
the 1 993-94 season. 

* Over 2.07 million people have watched men's basketball in College Park 
over the last 10 seasons (14,206 average in 146 games) as the Terps 
have forged one of the most consistent and animated home crowds in 
the nation. The Terps own a 128-18 home record [87.7 winning 
percentage) in the last 1 seasons with perfect marks in 2002 
(15-0) and 1995(16-0). 
* During Gary Williams' tenure as head coach, 
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A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four ' 2001 , 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 




Marylmnd Men's Basketball" 




Outlook 



When the lights went down on October 1 7 at the 20D3 Midnight Madness 
celebration, a new era of Maryland basketball officially began as the next gen- 
eration of Terrapins took the floor, 

Over the last 1 4 seasons, head coach Gary Williams has worked to resur- 
rect the basketball program at his alma mater and restore it to a position 
among the nation's elite. By the 1993-94 postseason, it became evident that 
Williams' labors were beginning to bear fruit, as the Terrapins earned what 
would be the first of 10 
straight invitations to the 
NCAA Tournament. The en- 
suing decade of dominance 
would include eight 2D-win 
seasons, ID finishes in the 
upper-echelon of the always- 
competitive Atlantic Coast 
Conference, seven trips to 
the NCAA Sweet Sixteen, a 
pair of Final Four showings in 

2001 and 2002, and the 
program's first-ever national 
championship. 

How difficult is It to achieve 
such success? During the Ter- 
rapins' ID-year run to the 
apex of college basketball, only 
two schools other than Mary- 
land have appeared in each of 
1 NCAA Tournaments, cap- 
tured a national title and 
reached the Sweet Sixteen as 
many times. Consider the fact 
that Williams and the Terra- 
pin program had to overcome 
inherited NCAA sanctions in 
their earliest seasons to 
achieve such triumphs, and it 
becomes evident what a 
storybook journey the previ- 
ous decade has been for ev- 
ery Maryland player, alumnus 
and fan. 

A season ago, only one 
year removed from 
Maryland's ultimate victory on 
that Monday night in Atlanta, 
Williams guided an experienced 
but mostly unproven squad to 
the NCAA Sweet Sixteen. 
Having to face all of the pres- 
sures and challenges of de- 
fending a NCAA title'- having 
to take every team's best shot 
every time they took the floor 
- the Terrapins followed their 

2002 national championship 
with a seventh-straight 20-win 




season and their fourth Top 1 final ranking in the last five years, 

Now, as the new season begins and the new era dawns, the Terrapins 
welcome an incoming class of five highly acclaimed newcomers to join what 
was a sensational group of rookies a year ago and a pair of juniors whose 
three years of experience includes the 20D2 championship run. Senior Jamar 
Smith, coming off a solid junior-transfer campaign, along with hard-working 
juniors Andre Collins and Mike Grinnon, represent the lone upperclassmen 

on a young team full of lim- 
itless potential, Developing 
and meshing the 2003-04 
crop of Terp rookies with 
the existing talented core of 
players wtii be the latest 
challenge for Williams and 
his coaching staff. 

"This is our youngest 
team in probably four or five 
years, but that doesn't 
mean it can't be a good 
team. We have talented 
people and freshmen and 
sophomores who are ready 
to play," said Williams. "I 
think a lot will depend on 
how hard we are willing to 
work from the first day of 
practice right through until 
the end of the season. This 
team has a chance to im- 
prove greatly from the 
middle of October to Janu- 
ary 1 . We could be a really 
different team in terms of 
our ability by then." 

The Terrapins' 2003-04 
recruiting class, a consen- 
sus Top 1 group that has 
been rated as high as No. 
2 in the nation, brings five 
fresh faces to a team that 
IS set to continue the win- 
ning tradition that has been 
established in College Park. 
The standard has been set, 
and an excitement is build- 
ing in Comcast Center that 
can only be associated with 
a new-look squad full of un- 
limited potential and possi- 
bilities. 

One decade of domi- 
nance has come to com- 
mencement; it is time for 
another to begin. 



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2002 National Champions m^ . ^^m m"^ 

Final Four • 2001 . 2002 '^'■sLi^lfc 

Sweet Sixteen > 1994, 1935, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
MOM Appearances • 1394. 1995, 199B. 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



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BREAKDOWN: Guard 

With players like Juan Dixon, Drew Nicholas and Steve Blake filling the guard 
positions for the past several seasons, the Maryland backcourt has been among 
the most talented and triumphant in college basketball. The Terrapins will cer- 
tainly have a different look at the guard spots for 2QD3-D4, but the develop- 
ment of the younger players at these positions could ensure success for this 
year and seasons to come. 

Replacing a four-year starter like Blake will be a definite challenge, but it is 
one that sophomore John Gilchrist can handle. A tough, physical athlete at the 
point, Gilchrist was able to showcase his playmakmg abilities and his flair for 
competition as Blake's primary backup last season. As a freshman, Gilchrist 
was third on the team in assists only to Blake and Nicholas, shot at a ,5BB clip 



from the floor, and seemed to excel in the most pressure-packed situations. 

"John was probably as good as any freshman guard in the ACC last year," 
said Williams. "He gave us some very valuable minutes, and with his strength 
and determination, he is a very effective point guard." 

Andre Collins, whose three years in the Maryland program put him among 
the most experienced players on the team, came on strong at the end of last 
season and played valuable minutes during conference play and in the NCAA 
Tournament. He will be a major factor at the point as well. 

Depth will be one of Maryland's stronger assets in the upcoming season, and 
nowhere are the Terps deeper than at shooting guard. Sophomore Chris McCray, 
a natural shooter with the potential to be a big-time scorer, will certainly see 
significant minutes. McCray played in 24 games as a freshman and averaged 
3.1 points per game. 

Freshmen Mike Jones and O.J. Strawberry stand to play major roles at the 
two-guard spot as well. Jones, a McDonald's and Parade All-Amencan, has 
been rated as high as the No. 2 shooting-guard prospect in the country only 
behind NBA No. 1 draft pick LeBnon James. Jones' elite combination of athleticism 
with a shooter's touch and stalwart work ethic should make the rookie an 
immediate contributor. 

Said Williams, "Mike, stnength-wise, is ready to play college basketball. He is 
very quick, very powerful off the floor and he is an outstanding 3-point shooter." 

Strawberry, an outstanding defender and passer from the nationally renowned 
Mater Dei High School program in Santa Ana, Calif., possesses the versatility, 
athleticism and intangibles to contribute immediately for the Terps. 

BREAKDOWN: Small Forward 

Last season's questions about the position of small forward were answered 
by the emergence of senior Calvin McCall and freshman Nik Caner-Medley. 
Caner-Medley started 1B games as a freshman, becoming the first rookie to 
make a regular appearance in the Terps' starting lineup since Blake in 1999. 
The 6-foot-8 sophomore from Portland, Maine, averaged 5.9 points per game 
as a freshman and is fully recovered from an ankle injury suffered in the Terps' 
Sweet Sixteen game against Michigan State. 

"Nik had a very good freshman year," said Williams. "He started quite a few 
games and showed great potential. We're looking forward for Nik to have an 
outstanding sophomore year." 

Junior Mike Grinnon, who came to Maryland as a pure shooter three years 
ago, has continued to develop his game and put in a tremendous effort in the 
weight room this offseason. The B-foot-B Gnnnon has bulked up to an impres- 
sive 21 1 pounds and will work for playing time at small forward. 

BREAKDOWN: 
PayA/er Forward/Center 

The Terrapins have boasted one of the deepest and strongest frontcourts in 
the nation during their recent era of success, and look to continue that trend 
with the addition of three newcomers to a pair of emerging second-year talents 
in Smith and Travis Garrison. 

As the only senior on the squad, Smith will be counted on to not only provide 
impressive numbers at the power forward and center positions, but upper- 
classman leadership as well. Smith averaged 5.9 points per game and 3.9 
rebounds in 2002-03 after transferring to Maryland from Allegany Community 
College. 

"I thought Jamar had a good year his transfer year from junior college," 
commented Williams. ""Now he has to step up to be a leader as a senior, and 
continue to improve his game." 

Garrison, a sophomore, will be counted upon to log important minutes in the 
post as well. The powerful but soft-shooting Garrison has worked diligently on 
improving his inside game during the summer months after averaging 4.0 points 
per game as a freshman and finishing the season as one of the ACC's premier 
rookie shot-blockers. 

Junior walk-on Darien Henry will continue to help the Terrapins in practice 
and vie for playing time. His stalwart work ethic earned him minutes in nine of 
the Terps' contests in 20D2-03, and he made the most of his time, scoring in 



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2002 Nationa! Champions g ^^ ^ 

Final Four • 2001 , 2002 %^K 

Sweet S/xteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCM Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's Basketbal. 



56 percent of his games played. 

The Terrapins have a rare combination of size and athleticism in each of their 
highly-regarded freshman post players: Ekene Ibekwe, Hassan Fofana and Will 

Bowers. These players give Williams the coveted depth m the post position that 
Maryland has relied upon for success, 

Ibekwe, a Top 10 prospect at power forward, is a long, lean, dynamic athlete 
who can hit from the outside, slash to the basket or score from the post. The 
Parade All-Amencan is an outstanding finisher and shot-blocker as well, 

"Ekene is a 6-9 player who is very quick and is an outstanding outside shooter 
with a very good inside game," said Williams. "It is going to be interesting to 
watch Ekene compete and see where he fits in this year, because he has out- 
standing talent." 

A B-1 D, 290 pound forward/center, Fofana provides an imposing paint pres- 
ence for the Terps with surprisingly quick feet for a player his size. Born in 
Guinea on the West Coast of Africa, Fofana was a youth soccer player before 
coming to the U.S. for high school and prep school. The Top 10 center played 
last season at Hargrave Military Academy, as teammate Andre Collins and 
former Terrapin Lonny Baxter had before. 

Bowers, a 7-1 , 245-pounder from Archbishop Spalding High School outside 
of Baltimore, is also a formidable athlete at center. A Top 20 recruit. Bowers is 
a talented post man with a shooter's touch. 

The Schedule 

The Maryland men's basketball team opens what will be a competitive sched- 
ule for Its youthful squad when the American University Eagles visit Comcast 
Center on Saturday, Nov. 22. Maryland's matchup with the local team is in- 
cluded among 1 8 events at the SI 25-million, state-of-the-art Comcast Center, 
now in its second season as the home of the Terrapins, 

Also for the second-straight season, each of Maryland's exhibition and regu- 
lar-season games are scheduled to be aired on live television, with at least 14 
contests to be aired nationally. 

"I think we play a competitive schedule, and our early schedule will help us 
prepare for the ACC regular season," said Williams. "It will be interesting to see 
how our younger players accept the challenge of playing this level of competition." 

After contests against 2001 NCAA opponent George Mason and Hofstna in 
the midst of a four-game homestand to open the season, the Terps begin a 
challenging non-conference stretch with two-time defending regular-season Big 
Ten champion Wisconsin as part of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge (Dec. 2, ESPN21. 
The Terrapins take on the Badgers, who are tabbed as high as No. 5 in one 
preseason ranking, for the third time in four seasons. 

Maryland faces preseason Top- 15 team Gonzaga in the first round of the 
2003 BBST Classic, meeting the Bulldogs on Saturday, Dec. 6 at MCI Center 
in Washington, D.C. West Virginia joins the Terps, Bulldogs and George Wash- 
ington Colonials in the eighth annual event. The consolation and championship 
games are scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 7. 

The Terps make their first official road trip of the season when they meet 
preseason Top-15 squad Florida at the Gators' O'Connell Center (Dec. 1D, 
ESPN). It will mark Maryland's first ever trip to Gainesville after a hotly-con- 
tested matchup in College Park last season. 

Maryland returns home for pre-Chnstmas tilts with Pepperdine (Dec. 14) 
and UNC Greensboro (Dec. 23) before beginning its Atlantic Coast Conference 
slate with a trip to Tallahassee to meet Florida State. The Terrapins face the 
Seminoles on Dec. 2B in a nationally televised game on FOX Sports Net. 

The Tepps then return to College Park for a three-game homestand, beginning 
with in-state squads Mount St. Mary's (Jan. 3) and Maryland-Eastern Shore (Jan. 
B) before resuming their ACC schedule with North Carolina, Jan. 14 on ESPN. 

In all, the Terrapins play 15 games against teams that participated in 
postseason tournaments a year ago (NCAA- Wisconsin, Gonzaga, Florida, Duke, 
Wake Forest and NC State; NIT - North Carolina, Georgia Tech and Virginia). 
Additionally, Maryland plays seven games against teams ranked in preseason 
Top 25 polls including preseason Top-5 Duke (Jan. 21 , Comcast Center, ESPN; 
Feb. 22, Cameron Indoor Stadium, CBS). 

Maryland's final regular-season game of the year will be played against re- 
gional-rival Virginia in a FDX Sports Net Sunday night national telecast on March 
7 at Comcast Center, 



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A l\le\A/ Season 

As the 20D3-04 season begins, new challenges will be overcome and struggles 
will be met every day. The Terrapins will not be rebuilding, but reloading for 
success. 

"For me personally, it's a great challenge - a different challenge than it has 
been for the past few years," said Williams. "In the last few years, we have had 
to prove that we were as good as people thought we should be, and that is a 
great deal of pressure. I like this kind of pressure where we are |ust trying to 
see how good we can be. If we're all willing to go into this with the idea that we 
are going to become a good basketball team this year, I believe we will be. I don't 
believe in rebuilding years, I believe in trying to see how good you can be each 
year, and that is what is important." 



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A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four • 2001 , 2002 .^^ «Si 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996. 1997, 1998, 1999. 2000, 2001, 2002, 200^ 




land Men's Basketball 



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Inm-mation 




3003-04 Men's Basketball Alphabetical Raster 

Wo. ft/ame Pos. Ht^ Wt. Cl.-Exp. Hometown JHigh School/Previous School] 



31 



Will Bowers 



7-1 



245 



Fr.-H.S. 



22 



Nik Caner-Medley 



6-B 



IHanover. Md. (Archbishop Spalding] 



So.-IV 



Portland. Maine [Peering) 



Andre Collins 



5-10 



169 



Jr..2V 



Crisfield. Md. ICrisfield/ Harprave Military [ Va.l 



44 



Hassan Fofana 



F/C 



6-10 



290 



Fr.-H.S. 



Weston, Mass. (Holy Name/Hargrave Military tVa.) 



Travis Garrison 



6-B 



236 



So.-IV 



Suitland, Md. (DeMatha) 



11 



John Gilchrist 



6-3 



199 



So.-IV 



Virginia Beach. Va. (Salem) 



21 



Mike Grinnon 



6-B 



211 



Jr.-2V 



Huntington, N.Y. (St. Dominic) 



20 



Darien Henry 



6-B 



204 



Jr.-IV 



Roxbury, N.J. (Seton Hall Prep] 



25 



Ekene Ibekwe 



6-9 



211 



Fr.-H.S. 



Carson, Calif. (Carson) 



23 



Mike Jones 



6-5 



196 



Fr.-H.S. 



Dorchester, Mass. (Thayer Academy) 



13 



Chris McCray 



6-5 



180 



So.-IV 



Capital Heights, Md. [Fairmont Heights] 



Jamar Smith 



F/C 



6-9 



239 



Sr.-IV 



Sicklerville, N.J. (Overbrook/Aliegany CO 



D.J. Strawberry 



6-5 



183 



Fr.-H.S. 



Corona, Calif. (Mater Dei] 



Head Coach; Gary Willi ams, 1 5th Year at Maryland [M a ryland 'BB) 



Assistant C oach; Dave Dickerson, Bth Year at Maryland [Maryland '90) 



Assistant Coach; Jimmy Patso s, 1 3th Year at Maryla nd [Catholic 'B91 



Assistant Coach; Matt Kcvank, 3rd Year at Maryland [Maryland '98] 



Di rector of Basketball Operations; Troy Wainwright, Bth Year at Maryland [Maryland '90) 



S003-04 Men's Basketball Numerical Roster 

Wo. Wame Pos. Ht; Wt. Cl.-Exp. Hometown (H ig h Sc hool /Previous SchooO 



Pronunciation 
Guide 

Nik Caner-Medley: 

NIK KAY-nur MED-lee 

Hassan Fofana: 

huh-SAHN fo-FAH-nuh 

Ekene Ibekwe: 

uh-KEN-ay ee-BECK-way 

Matt Kovarik: MATT ko-VARR-ick 
Jimmy Patsos: JIM-my PAT-sohs 



Jamar Smith 



F/C 



B-9 



239 



Sr.-IV 



Sicklerville. N.J. (Overbrook/Aliegany CO 



Andre Collins 



5-10 



169 



Jr.-2V 



Crisfield. Md. (Crisfield/Hargrave Military (Vs.] 



Travis Garrison 



B-B 



236 



So.-IV 



Suitland. Md. (DeMatha) 



11 



D.J. Strawberry 



B-5 



183 



Fr.-H.S. 



Corona, Calif. [Mater Dei] 



John Gilchrist 



B-3 



199 



So.-IV 



Virginia Beach, Va. (Salem) 



13 



Chris McCray 



B-5 



180 



So.-IV 



Capital Heights. Md. [Fairmont Heights] 



2D 



21 



Darien Henry 



B-6 



204 



Jr.-IV 



Roxbury, N.J. (Seton Hall Prep] 



Mike Grinnon 



B-B 



211 



Jr.-2V 



Huntington. N.Y. (St. Dominic] 



22 



Nik Caner-Medley 



B-B 



233 



So.-IV 



Portland. Maine (Deering) 



23 



Mike Jones 



B-5 



196 



Fr.-H.S. 



25 



Ekene Ibekwe 



B-9 



211 



Fr.-H.S. 



Dorchester, Mass. [T h ayer Academy) 



Carson, Calif. (Carson] 




31 



Will Bowers 



7-1 



245 



Fr.-H.S. 



Hanover, Md. (Archbishop Spalding] 



44 



Hassan Fofana 



F/C 



6-10 



290 



Fr.-H.S. 



Head Coach: Gary Williams, 15th Year at Maryland (Maryland '68) 



Weston, Mass. (Holy Name/Hargrave Military (Va.) 



Assist ant C oach; Dave Dick e rson. Bth Year at Maryland [Maryland '90] 



Assistant C oach; Jim my Patsos, 13th Year at Maryland (Catholic 'B9) 



Assistant Coach; Matt Kova rik, 3rd Year at M a ryland [Maryland '98) 



Director of Basketball Dpera tions; Troy Wainwright, Bth Year at Maryland (Maryland '90) 



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A DECADE OF DDMINANCE 

£uD2 Nationa! Ctiar-ipicns 

Final Four •2001. £002 

Sweet Sixteen '1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002. 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 133B, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



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reaKdoy\/ns 



Players Returning/Last 



Terps By Class 



Freshmen fSJ 

No, Name 



Pos. 



Ht. 



Wt. 



31 



Will Bowers 



7-1 



245 



44 



Hassan Fofana 



F/C 



B-10 



290 



25 



Ekene Ibekwe 



B-9 



211 



23 



Mike Jones 



B-5 



196 



D.J. Strawbern/ 



8-5 



183 



Sophomores C4J 

No. Name 



Pos. 



Ht. 



Wt. 



22 



Nik Caner-Medley 



B-B 



233 



Travis Garrison 



B-B 



23B 



11 



John Gilchrist 



B-3 



199 



13 



Chris McCrav 



B-5 



ISO 



Juniors C3} 

No. Name 



Pas. 



Ht. 



Wt. 



Andre Collins 



5-10 



189 



21 



Mike Grinnon 



B-B 



211 



20 



Darien Henry 



B-B 



204 



Seniors CI J 

No. Name 



Pos. 



Ht. 



Wt. 



Jamar Smith 



F/C 



B-9 



239 



a 



Fr. 



Fr. 



Fr. 



Fr. 



Fr. 



a. 



So. 



So. 



So. 



So. 



a. 



Jr. 



Jr. 



Jr. 



CI. 



Sr. 



Terps By Height 



Letterwinners Returning C8J 

No. Name Pos, Ht. 


IVt, 


a. 


22 Nik Caner-Medlev F 


B-B 


233 


So. 


2 Andre Collins G 


5-10 


1B9 


Jp. 


4 Travis Garrison F 


B-B 


238 


So. 


1 1 John Gilchrist G 


6-3 


199 


So. 


21 Mike Grinnon F 


8-6 


211 


Jr. 


20 Darien Henry F 


6-6 


204 


Jr. 


1 3 Chris McCray G 


8-5 


1B0 


So. 


1 Jamar Smith F/C 


8-9 


239 


Sr. 


Letterwinners Lost C5J 

No, Name Pos, 


Ht. 


Wt. 


CI. 


25 Steve Blake G 


6-3 


172 


Sr. 


45 Tahi Holden F/C 


6-10 


270 


Sr. 


5 Calvin McCall G 


6-3 


210 


Sr. 


12 Drew Nicholas G 


B-3 


185 


Sr. 


33 Ryan Randle F/C 


B-9 


255 


Sr. 


Newcomers CSJ 

No. Name Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


a 


31 Will Bowers C 


7-1 


245 


Fr. 


44 Hassan Fofana F/C 


6-10 


290 


Fr. 


25 Ekene Ibekwe F 


6-9 


211 


Fr. 


23 Mike Jones G 


B-5 


198 


Fr. 


5 D.J. Strawberry G 


B-5 


183 


Fp. 





7-1 
■7-0 
•6-11 

6-10 

6-9 
'6-8 

6-7 

6-6 
'6-5 
'6-4 

6.3 
'6-S 
•6-1 

6.0 

5-11 
'5-10 

'5-g 



I Bowers 



Hassan Fofana 

Ekene Ibekwe, Jamar Smith 

Nik Canep-Medley, Travis Garrison 

Mike Grinnon, Darien Henry 

Mike Jones. Chris McCray, D,J. Strawberry 

John Gilchrist 



Andre Collins 



Seven-foot-one freshman Will Bowers is among tfie tallest 
Terps in 2003-04. Junior guard Andre Co/fins, at 5- 10, is 
the shortest. 



Terps By State 



California CSJ 

25 Ekene Ibekwe 


Fp 


Carson, Calif. ICarson) 


5 D.J. Strawbeppy 


Fp. 


Corona, Calif. (Mater Dei) 


Maine CI J 

22 Nik Caner-Medley 


So. 


Portland, Maine (Deepinq) 


Maryland C4J 

31 Will Bowers 


Fp 


Hanovep, Md. (Apchbishop Spalding) 


2 Andre Collins 


Jr. 


Cpisfield, Md. (Crisfieldl 


4 Travis Garpison 


So. 


Suitland, Md. (DeMatha) 


13 ChpisMcCpay 


So. 


Capital Heights, Md. (Fairmont Heights) 


Massachusetts CSJ 

44 Hassan Fofana Fr. 


Weston, Mass. (Holy Name) 


23 Mike Jones 


Fp. 


Dorchester, Mass. (Thayer Academy) 



New Jersey CSJ 

20 Darie n He nry 



Jp. 



Roxbupy, N.J. (Seton Hall Prep) 



1 



Jamar Smith 



Sp. 



Sicklerville, N.J. (Dverbrook] 



New York CI J 

21 Mike Grinnon 



Jr. 



Huntington, N.Y. (St. Dominic) 



Virginia C1J 

11 John Gilchrist 



So. 



Virginia Beach, Va. (Salem) 



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2D02 National Champions 

Final Four ' soot 20D9 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 199S, 1999, 2001. 2002. 2003 

NCAA Appearances ' 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997. 1998, 1999, 2000. 2001. 2002. 2003 



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and a combined nine freshmen and sopho- 



Young Guns 

With one senior, three juniors 
mores, the 2003-04 Terrapins 
will bring the youngest team to 
the court since the 1993-94 
season, when Maryland's ros- 
ter included no seniors, three 
luniors, four sophomores and 
a five-member freshman class 
that included Joe Smith, Keith 
Booth and current Terp assis- 
tant coach Matt Kovsrik. That 
team posted a 18-12 record 
and advanced to the Sweet Six- 
teen to begin Maryland's cur- 
rent streak of 10-straight 
NCAA Tournament appear- 
ances, with freshmen Smith 
and Booth, and sophomores 
Exree Hipp, Johnny Rhodes and 
Duane Simpkins starting 29 of 
30 games. 

The youngest Terrapin 
starting lineup in recent years 
includes the Terps' 1 999-00 
squad that posted a 25-10 
record and advanced to the 
Second Round of the 2000 
NCAA Tournament. Freshman 
Steve Blake, sophomores Juan 

Dixon, Lonny Baxter and Danny Miller, and junior Terence Morris comprised the 
Tenps' starting lineup in 31 games that season. 

IMatianal Prominence 

The young Terrapins will look to continue a school-record by earning a berth 
in the 2004 NCAA Tournament. Maryland is currently riding a streak of 1 
straight NCAA appearances since 1994, including seven trips to the Sweet 
Sixteen during that time span. Final Four appearances in 2001 and 2002, and 
the 2002 national titie. Only two schools other than Maryland can claim such 
success. 

The Terrapins, ranked No. 1 in the final USA Today/ESPN Coaches Poll of 
2003, have finished four of the last five seasons with a national Top 10 rank- 
ing. 

Leading Tlie ACC 

Maryland's 2003-04 squad looks to continue a school record by once again 
finishing in the upper-echelon of the ACC. Last season the Terps set a school- 
record by posting a sixth-straight finish of third place or higher. Maryland fin- 
ished in the ACC's Top 3 in five straight seasons from 1 972-76 (and 1 998- 
02), which stood as the previous record. Including the 2002-03 season, the 
Terrapins have finished at least second in the ACC regular season four times in 
the past five years, including The Terps' second-ever first place finish in 2001 - 
02. 




Sophomore Chris McCray 



ACC Victories 

Maryland has won 30 of 36 (.B331 ACC regular-season games over the last 
three seasons, including a second place 1 1-5 mark in 2002-03 and a 15-1 
ACC regular-season championship in 2002. That stretch includes a Terrapin- 
record 1 4-game win streak over ACC regular-season opponents, and 1 4-straight 
ACC victories on Maryland's home floor. 

SO- Win Seasons 

The Terrapins will look to extend an active school-record streak of 20-win 
seasons to eight in 2003-04. The Terps have established a streak of seven 20- 
win seasons since 1 997, a further testament to the Terps' successful consis- 
tency under Gary Williams. Maryland broke a five-season string of 20-win sea- 
sons in 2001 -02 with its sixth-straight season of as many victories. The Terps 
had won at least 20 games from 1 971 -72 to 1 975-76. 



Year 


Record 


NCAA Appearance 


1996-97 


21-11 


NCAA First Round 


1997-98 


21-11 


NCAA Sweet 18 


1998-99 


28-8 


NCAA Sweet 18 


1999-00 


25-10 


NCAA Second Round 


2000-01 


25-11 


NCAA Final Four 


2001-02 


32-4 


National Champions 


2002-03 


21-10 


NCAA Sweet Sixteen 



Terps On TV 



For the second consecutive season and the second time in school history, 
all of Maryland's 29 preseason and regular-season games are scheduled to be 
aired on live television. The Terps' 2003-04 broadcast slate includes 1 4 games 
that will be broadcast nationally, on ESPN, ESPN2, Fox Sports Net, ABC or 
CBS. With the exception of the snow-delayed victory over Wake Forest last 
February 1 7, every preseason and regular season game of the Terps' 2002-03 
season was aired live, and the Terps' Feb. 19 tilt at Duke ranked as ESPN's 
top-rated college basketball telecast of all of last year. 




Coach Gary Williams with Maryland alumnus Bonnie Bernstein. 



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A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Cnampions 

Final Four ' 2001 . 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1939, 2001, 2009, 2003 

NCAA Appearances > 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 




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Maryland may have lost five seniors from its Sweet Sixteen squad a season ago, but 
the young Terrapins of 2003-04 are already turning heads on the national scene, 
having been cited by several preseason publications as a team to watch. The Terps' 
talent and potential for success is widely recognized by the national media, as evi- 
denced by the recognition Maryland's players and coaching staff have earned before 
the team has even taken the court. 



Preseason Rankings 

Lindy's gSnd 



Blue Ribbon 



23rd 



Preseason Honors 

Nik Caner-Medley 



Second Team AII-ACC, Basketball News 



John Gilchrist 



Super Sophomore, ESPN's Dick Vitale 



No. 1 9 point guard in nation. The Sporting News 



Third team AII-ACC, Street S Smith's 



Mil(e Jones 



Freshman to Watch, CS S5portsline.com 



ACQ All-Rookie Team, ACC Basketball Handbook 



Jamar Smith 



No. 19 power forward in nation. The Sporting News 



Second team AII-ACC, The Sporting News 



Third team AII-ACC, Athlon Sports 



□ave □icl<erson 



Nation's No. 1 Assistant Coach, Basketba// News 



No. 4 assistant coach in nation, Athlon Sports 



Assistant Coach on the Rise, ESPN's Andy Katz 



Jimmy Patsos 



Assistant Coach on the Rise, ESPN's Andy Katz 



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What They're Saying About 
Terrapin Basketball... 

"If not much is expected from Maryland, that's a good reason to fear Gary Williams' 
squad. The key players from the 2002 national title team are gone, but this edition 
will be athletic and should play with energy. You may not be familiar with all of their 
names, but John Gilchrist, Nik Caner-Medley, Travis Garrison and Mike Jones, to 
name a few, will end this season the same way Steve Blake, Drew Nicholas and Tahj 
Holden had grown accustomed to - in the NCAA Tournament." 

- The Sporting News 



"Never count out a Gary Williams team.' 



- Athlon Sports 



"The bottom line with [the Terpsl is don't be fooled by thinking they're just going to 
slip lust because they lost Steve Blake, Drew Nicholas and a couple of other guys. I 
think people are going to be tempted into saying they aren't to be as good, but don't 
go there." 

- ACC Basketball Handbook 

"Maryland is talented but quite young. If I know Gary Williams, though, there won't be 
any rebuilding. He expects his team to get after it and Maryland should be in the 
thick of things in a tough ACC." 

- ESPN's Dicl< Vitale 

"The Terps introduce a huge, talented freshman class ... don't bet against Gary 
Williams." 

- Lindy's 

"John Gilchrist is extremely talented, and Gary Williams will make him a heckuva 
player. Maryland |ust reloads now; they've arrived." 

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Head Coach Gary Williams 34_ 

Assistant Coach Cave Dickerson 42 



Assistant Coach Jimmy Patsos 



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Assistant Coach Matt Kovank 



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Din, of Operations Troy Wainwriflht 48 
Graduate Assistant Andrew Novick 49 
Athletic Trainer J.J. Bush 49 



Strength Coach Craiq Fitzgerald 
Video Coordinator Pat Shannon 



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Admin. Assistant Cleo Long-Thomas 50 
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Head 
Coach 

♦ Maryland '68 

♦ 1 5th Year at 
Maryland 

♦ Maryland Record: 
(295-153, .658] 

♦ 26th Year 
Overall 

♦ Career Record: 
[502-281,. 641] 



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^^»» A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

£002 National Champions 
Final Four ' 5001 2002 Wi 

Sweet Sixteen > 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001. 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances' 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997. 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001. 2002, 2003 



Since returning to the College Park campus in 1 9G9. Gary Williams (Maryland '68) 
has led his alms mater's basketball program from a period of troubled times to an era 
of national prominence. With 10 straight NCAA Tournament berths, seven Sweet Six- 
teen appearances, a pair of consecutive Final Four showings, and the 2002 national 
championship - the first of its kind in Maryland basketball history - Williams and his staff 
have literally forged a decade of dominance. 

A season ago. Williams took a group of experienced but mostly untested 
Terps to a third-straight Sweet Sixteen. Along the way. the squad earned 
its fourth final Top- 10 ranking in the past five seasons, extended an 
active school-record streak of 20-win seasons to seven, recorded 
a school-record sixth straight finish in the upper echelon of the 
ACC by capturing second place, and posted a school-record sixth 
straight season of double-digit ACC victories. The Terrapins 
helped Williams to his 500th career coaching victory on March 
2 - making him only the sixth ACC alumnus to win as many 
games. With an overall record of 502-281, he is the 17th- 
winningest active coach in the nation. 

Williams, heralded as the Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of 
the Year during the Terps' 2002 championship run. is one of 
)ust 10 active coaches in America to boast a national title. 
He has become the sixth-winningest coach in ACC history 
after transforming the Maryland program into one of 
the nation's most formidable, and building a Baltimore- 
D.C. area following that has consistently resulted 
in packed arenas. After demolishing attendance 
records with sellout crowds during the final 
years of Maryland basketball at Cole Field 
House. Williams' Terps set a new mark in 
the inaugural season at Comcast Center. 
The Terrapins played in front of 281 ,057 
fans in the opening season at their new 
home, averaging 1 7,566 fans per game 
and playing to 97.8 percent capacity. 



- Williams IS one of six college basketball 
coaches since 1 980 to guide his alma mater to 
the Final Four and was the first since 1 974 to 
lead his alma mater to a national title. 

- He IS one of |ust six coaches to reach the 
NCAA's Sweet Sixteen in seven of the last 1 years 
(1 994 to 2003). and one of six to boast a string of 
1 consecutive trips to the NCAA Tournament (1 994 
to 2003). He loins Lute Olson and Tubby Smith as 
the only NCAA champion coaches on both lists. 

- He IS one of only three active coaches in America, 
and |ust the 1 2th overall to guide his alma mater to 
two Final Four appearances. He was only the eighth 
to guide his alma mater to consecutive Final Fours 
and the first since Houston's Guy Lewis in 1982. 
1983 and 19B4. 

- A winner of 70 percent of his NCAA Tour- 
nament games while at Maryland, he ranks eighth 
among active coaches in NCAA Tournament win- 
ning percentage overall (25-12, .676). and 
ninth in wins (25). 

- After defeating No. 1 Duke at Comcast 
Center on Jan. 1 8, 2003. he is tied among 
active ACC coaches for the most wins over 




Coaches Guiding Their Alma Coaches Guiding Their Alma 

Maters To National Championships Maters To The Final Four 



Phoq Alien, Kansas 


1952 


Jim Boeheim. Syracuse 


2003 


Bud Foster, Wisconsin 


1941 


Howard Hobson, Oreqon 


1939 


Ed Jucker, Cincinnati 


1961, 19B2 


Branch McCrscken, Indiana 


1940, 1953 


Vadal Peterson. Utah 


1944 


Norm Sloan, NC State 


1974 


Fred Taylor, Ohio State 


1960 


Gary Winiams, Maryland 


soos 



Since 1380 

Jim Boeheim, Syracuse 



Lou Camesecca, St, Johnfe 




1985 


Guv Lewis, Houston 1982 


1983 


1984 


Eddie Sutton, Gklahoms State 




1995 


Gary Williama, Maryland 


2001 


sooa 


Richard Williams, Mississippi State 




1996 



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top-ranked teams. 

- With his 500th win at NC State on March 2. 2003, the 1968 Maryland grad 
became the sixth ACC alumnus in conference history to amass as many as 500 coach- 
ing victories. 

- With 295 wns as Maryland's head coach. Williams is on the cusp of becoming only 
the sixth coach in Atlantic Coast Conference history to pass the 300-victory milestone. 

National Prominence 

For Williams, now in his 1 5th season, the accomplishments of 
the past 1 years have been particularly sweet for a coach whose roots 
with the program extend to his playing days in the late 1 960s, and whose 
earliest seasons as head coach were tormented by NCAA sanctions he 
inherited. The Final Four architect is himself a Maryland alumnus, who 
found glory for a program whose history is filled with a myriad of some 
of the most prominent names in college basketball annals; Shue. Lucas, 
Elmore, McMillen. Albert King. Bias. Buck Williams and Walt Williams. 
He followed a 2001 Final Four season with the most wins in 
Maryland history, going 32-4 in 2002. He engineered the school's 
best regular season ever (25-3), its first outright ACC regular 
season title since 1980. its first No. 1 seed in an NCAA 
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 honored with various na- 
tional awards, the Victor Award and the New York 
Athletic Club's Winged Foot Award as the coach 
of the national champions. 

Capping his personal ascent to college 
basketball's highest pinnacle, Williams added au- 
thor to his resume in summer 2002 by com- 
pleting an autobiography entitled Sweet Redemp- 
tion, with award-winning purnalist David Vise. The 
book captures the essence of Williams' arrival at Mary- 
land, the Terps' rebuilding efforts, their return to the 
NCAA Tournament in 1994 and their tournament climb 
ever since. 

The rise of the Maryland program has run parallel 
with Williams' ascent among the most notable in the colle- 
giate coaching fraternity. Williams is one of only six coaches 
to boast a string of 1 consecutive trips to the NCAA 
Tournament, and one of six to reach the NCAA's Sweet 
Sixteen in seven of the last 1 years. He joins Lute 
Olson and Tubby Smith as the only NCAA champion 
coaches during that time period. 

As the Maryland head coach, Williams has pro- 
duced more than 20 wins in eight of his last nine 
seasons, and a school-record seven straight. Will- 
iams' 1 4 career 20-win seasons ties him for 1 2th 
among active coaches. 

Williams. 295-153 at Maryland, boasts a 502- 
281 overall record, including four years at Ameri- 
can (1979-82). four at Boston College (1983-88) 
and three at Ohio State (1 987-89). In 25 seasons 
as a Division I head coach. Williams has coached in 
13 NCAA Tournaments and guided nine different 
teams to the NCAA Sweet 1 6. One of 28 coaches 
ever to take three different schools to the NCAA 
Tournament. Williams has guided teams to the NIT or 
NCAA Tournament at each of his four coaching stops. 

He IS the only coach in America to direct programs 
in each of the ACC, Big Ten and Big East conferences. Dur- 
ing Williams' combined 20 years in those three conferences, 
the national champion has come from his league eight times 
(ACC - 5 of 14; Big East - 2 of 4; Big Ten - 1 of 3). 

During his run of 1 straight NCAA Tournaments 
at Maryland, he has forged his way to becoming the winningest 
NCAA Tournament coach in Maryland history with 21 wins 
and nine losses - a 70 percent mark. He boasts a 25-12 
NCAA Tournament record overall, and has carried Maryland 
to the Bweet Sixteen in five of the past six years. 



1987. 1 996.2003 



IZJecr^cfe Qf= tI3t=»min^nc:i 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

fina/ Four '2001, 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's Baske1s^ttL[ m J ^ 



Terp Alumnus 



Williams IS one of four 5D0-win coaches wfio now engi- 
neer the programs at their respective alma maters (Lou 
Henson, New Mexico State; Eddie Sutton. Oklahoma 
State; Jim Boeheim, Syracuse). They also are the only 
active coaches to direct their alma maters to at least 
one Final Four appearance, with Williams and Boeheim 
making multiple showings with their alma maters. 

In 2001 . Williams became |ust the sixth coach since 
1 980 to direct his alma mater to the Final Four, A year 
later, he became the first coach since 1 974 to guide his 
alma mater to a national title. Williams is the only active 
coach to take his alma mater to consecutive Final Four 
appearances. He is only the eighth to guide his alma mater 
to consecutive Final Fours and the first since Houston's 
Guy Lewis in 1982, 1983 and 1984. 

A former Terrapin point guard, Williams was a starter 
under coach Bud Millikan during the 1985, 1966 and 
1 987 seasons. He was the team captain as a senior and 
still lists one of his most memorable basketball moments 
as his experience as a spectator at the 1 968 national 
championship game conducted at Maryland's legendary 
Oole Field House, between Texas Western and Kentucky. 

The former student-athlete is also noted as one of 
just eight former AGO basketball players ever to return 
to the league as a head ccach. On March 2, 2003, Will- 
iams became the sixth AGO alum to win at least 500 
games as senior Drew Nicholas nailed a buzzer-beating 
3-pointer to down NO State, 68-85. With 295 wins as 
Maryland's head coach, Williams is only five victories shy 
of becoming the sixth AGO coach to reach the 300-mile- 
stone. With 125 career AGO victories as Maryland's 
coach, he needs only 10 AGO wins to surpass Georgia 
Tech's Bobby Cremins (1981-2000) as the fourth- 
winningest AGO coach in terms of conference victories. 

Williams Era 

Inducted into the University of Maryland Hall of Fame 
in 1999, Williams has placed his alma mater's program 
back among the elite in the always-competitive Atlantic 
Goast Conference. The Terps have become synonymous 
with Duke and North Garolina among the league's most 
dominant programs, and nationally have become a fixture 
among weekly polls - 87 consecutive weeks in the USA 
Today/ESPN Top 25 at the conclusion of the 2002-03 
season and 73 consecutive appearances in the AP Top 
25. 

Another success story during the Williams Era at Mary- 
land was the coveted home court win streak over non- 
conference foes, which spanned more than 1 2 years and 
87 games. Maryland had not lost a non-league home game 
under Williams since just his fourth home game as head 
coach: Dec. 1 2, 1 989 vs. Coppin State. The Terps went 
undefeated against non-conference foes during the final 
1 2 years of competition at Cole Field House, and ran the 
record to 87 games before a five-point loss to No. 1 4 
Florida on Dec. 14, 2002, at Comcast Center. 

The decade of the 1 990s was certainly a decade of 
resurgence for the Maryland basketball team. 

Since Williams' arrival as head coach in the summer of 
1 989, the Terps have soared to a level of national promi- 
nence unmatched during the first century of the program 
- and unmatched by the vast maicrity of programs na- 
tionwide. Included among the many superior accomplish- 
ments during the Williams Era are: a school-record 10 
straight NCAA Tournament appearances (1 994-03) which 
include consecutive trips to the Final Four, a national crown 
and seven Sweet Sixteen appearances; 10 consecutive 
upper division finishes in the AGO including runner-up dis- 
tinction in 1999, 2000 and 2003; an outright regular 
season ACG title in 2002 and a shared one in 1995; a 




Williams File 



Year-By-Year Head Coaching Record 

NCAA Tournament Participation 



Year 



School 



Overall 
W L Pet. 



Conference 
W L Pet, Finish 



1978-79 American 



14 13 .519 



4 .636 4th 



1979-80 


American 


13 


14 


.481 


5 


6 


.455 5th 




1980-81 


American 


24 


6 


.800 


11 





1.Q0D 1st 




1981-82 


American 


21 


9 


.700 


8 


3 


.727 3rd 




1982-83 


Boston Coll. 


95 


7 


.761 


12 


4 


.750 T- 1st 


NCAA West Region Semifinals (1-1) 


1 983-84 


Boston Coll. 


IB 


12 


.600 


8 


a 


.500 4th 




1984-85 


Boston Coll. 


20 


11 


.645 


7 


9 


.438 6th 


NCAA Midwest Region Semifinals (2-1) 


1985-86 


Boston Coll. 


13 


15 


.464 


4 


12 


.950 7th 




1986-87 


_^_Dhio State _ 
Ohio State 


20 


13 


.606 


9 


9 


.500 6th 


NCAA Southeast Region 5econd Round (1 -1 ) 


1987-88 


20 


13 


.606 


9 


9 


.500 6th 




1988-89 


Ohio State 


19 


15 


.559 


6 


12 


.333 Bth 




1989-90 


Maryland 


19 


14 


.576 


6 


8 


.429 T-5th 




1990-91 


Maryland 


16 


12 


.571 


5 


9 


.357 7th 




1991-92 


Maryland 


14 


15 


.483 


5 


11 


.313 8th 




1992-93 


Maryland 


12 


16 


.429 


2 


14 


.125 Bth 




1993-94 


Maryland 


18 


12 


.600 


8 


8 


.500 T-4th 


NCAA Midwest Region Semifinals (2-1) 



1994-95 Maryland 



26 B .765 



12 4 .75DT-1st 



1995-96 Maryland 



17 13 .567 



8 B .500 T-4th 



1996-97 Mary l and 



21 11 .656 



7 .563 T-4th 



1997-98 Mary l and 



21 11 .656 



10 



.625 3rd 



JNICAA W est Region S emifi nals (2-1) 
NCAA W est Region First R ound (0-11 
J\iCAA Southeast Region First R ound (0-1) 
_ NCAA West Flegion Semifinals' (2-1) 



1998-99 Maryland 28 6 .824 13 3 .813 _2nd NCAA Sout h Region Semifinals 12-1) 

1999-00 Maryland 25 10 .714 11 5 .666 2nd _N(:aA Midwe st Region Second Round (1 -1 ) 

2000-01 Maryland 25 11 .694 10 6 .625 3rd NCAA Final_Four, W est Region Champions (4-1) 

2001-02 Maryland 32 4 .869 15 1 .936 1st N CAA Final Four. NATIONA L CHAMPIONS (S-Q) 



2002-03 Maryland 



21 10 .877 



11 



5 .666 T-2nd N CAA South Region S emifinals (2-1) 



4 Years American 



7B 4a .G3S 



31 13 ,705 



4 Years 


Boston Coll. 


76 45 


,689 


31 


33 


.494 


NCAA - 3-a 


3 Years 


Ohio State 
Maryland 


59 41 


,590 
.659 


S4 

185 


30 
95 


.444 


NCAA -1-1 


14 Years 


295 153 


.568 


NCAA - 21-9 (.700) 


as Years 


Overall 


50a S81 


,641 


211 


171 


.559 


NCAA - 25-12 C.676) 



Coaching Honors 

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



' National Coach of the Year, 2 002 [Baske tb all America, CBSSportsline.corri 



• Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of the Year, 2002 



I Victo r Award, 9002 (Naoona/ Academ y of Spor ts Editors) 
' Winged Fo ot Awa rd, 2002 [N, Y. A thletic C lub) 



Harry Litwa ck Eastern Coach of the Year Award, 2002 (Herb Good Basketball Club of Philadelphia 
District Coach of the Year, 2002 (Basketball Times) 



' Seatioard Region Coach of the Year , 1997, 2002 (Baslcetfaall Times S Eastern Basketball 
National Co ach of the Year, 2001 ( Playboy) 



' Atlantic C oast Conference (^oach of the_Year, 9QpQ_(Co/lege Hoops Illustr ated) 
I Atlantic Co ast Conference C oach of the Year. 1998 lACC Athlete Magazinel 
I U.S. Olymp ic Team Selecti on Committee, 1986 



• Eastern Coach of the Year, 1 963 



National Coach of the Year, second runner-up, 1 983 



• District Coach of the Year, 1 981 



International Experience 

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



' Six-game, nine-day tour of Ger many with ACC All-Star Team in July of 1 990 



' Eight-game, 12 -d ay tour of Yugoslavia with Big East All-Star Team in July of 1964 



Playing Experience 

• 1965-67 , Univer sity of Ma ryland, b asketball letterwinner 



1964, University of Maryland, freshman basket ball team 



' 1961-64, Collin g swood Hi gh Scho ol, lettered four years in basketball and baseball 



Playing Honors 

• Maryland te a m c aptain, 1967 



Maryland field goal percentage record (1 .000. 8-6) vs. South Carolina, 12-10-66 



' Member 1 385 Sugar Bowl Tournament title team and 1 966 Charlotte Invitational Tournament championship team 



Personal 



Education; University of Maryland, 1968, B.S. in b usiness; Co lling swood IN. J.) Hig h School. 19B4 
Date of Birth: March 4. 1945 in C ollingsw ood. N.J. 



Family! Daughter: Kristin Scott (32), Son-in-law: Geoff Scott, Grandchildren: David Geoffrey Scott (bom Nov. 15, 
1999). Lauren Kelly Scott and John William Scott (born June 19, 2003) 




'^ A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Finai Four '2001, 2003 

Sweet Sixteen < 1994. 1995. 199B. 1999. 2001. 2002. 2003 

NCAA Appearances > 1994. 1995. 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 





n^l^rvland Men's Basketball 



Williams celebrates the 200S title with his grandson 
Packer, and the rest of the Terrapins. 

school-record 28 victories during the 1 999 season which 
was shattered again with 32 in 2002; four NBA tottery 
picks, one national Player of the Year, a senior of the 
year and two ACC Players of the Year; and the first re- 
cipient of the nation's Senior CLASS Award. 

Added for good measure are a NBA Co-Rookie of the 
Year in Steve Francis (2000), and a preseason top-five 
ranking three times in four seasons (1999-20091, The 
result IS a program and a coach who have reached con 
status. 

Williams IS the only head coach in school history to 
guide the Terps to 1 postseason tournament appear- 
ances. After guiding his first two Maryland teams to win- 
ning records and overcoming an NCAA probationary pe- 
riod resulting from the previous regime, he guided the 
Terps to an NCAA Tournament appearance in lust his 
fifth season, 1 994, and earned a share of the ACC regu- 
lar season title in |ust his sixth, 1995. 

Williams' past 1 seasons have brought IVlaryland from 
contention in the Atlantic Coast Conference to conten- 
tion for a national championship - including seven Sweet 
Sixteen appearances, two Final Fours and of course, the 
2002 NCAA title. 

The 2002 championship was a product of maturity 
and steadfast dedication to a common goal - and included 
a magical ride through the final season of play at vener- 
able Cole Field House. Williams molded a cast of seven 
returning players from its national semifinalists of 2001 , 
while senior captains Lonny Baxter. Juan Dixon and Byron 
Mouton keyed a consistent effort from the beginning of 



David, daughter Kristin, CBS' Jim Nantz and Billy 

practice in October, through an undefeated (1 5-0) home 
campaign at Cole, all the way to a net-cutting evening at 
the Georgia Dome on April 1 . The Terrapins overcame 
personal obstacles and handled the ACC's and the NCAA 
Tournament's stiffest challenges. After winning the ACC 
regular-season crown with a 1 5-1 record, the Terps' as- 
cent to the national championship game included succes- 
sive victories over perennial powers Wisconsin, 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. 1 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€SPN. The Terps butted 
heads weekly during an ACC schedule that included five 
nationally ranked teams, but found their stride late in the 
year to win 10 of their last 12 games. Of those 10. a 
record seven nationally ranked foes fell in the Terps' path 
to the Final Four, with their only losses coming to even- 
tual NCAA and ACC champion Duke. Local rival 
Georgetown was dispatched in the Sweet Sixteen, and 
an 87-73 win over No. 2-ranked and top-seeded Stanford 
earned Maryland its first NCAA regional title. 

The 2000 season may have been one of Williams' great- 
est coaching accomplishments ever - guiding a "rebuild- 
ing" Terrapin team to 25 wins, a second straight second- 
place finish in the ACC and its first trip to the conference 



GARY WILLIAMS — No. 14 

GARY WILLIAMS. 6-0. 170. 21, Senior. Col- 
l.iigiwood. N.J — Mavyland's best floor man 
who can work the ball down the floor quicker 
man any of his mates . can hit tlie open 
man . . a fierce competitor with a heart as 
big as his chest. 



WUIiams 
Flashback 

Check out Gary Williams' player profile as a 
senior team captain from the 1 9BB-B7 
Maryland men's basketball media guide. 



Williams' Playing Statistics At Maryland 

Year GP FG-FGA FG% FT-FTA FT% flebounds 




Points 



1964-B5 


26 


33-B7 


.379 


25-50 


.500 


80-3.1 


91-3.5 


19B5-B6 


23 


23-B1 


.377 


20-42 


.47B 


74-3,2 


6B-2.9 


1966-B7 


25 


71-134 


.530 


31-49 


.B33 


82-3.3 


173-6.9 


Career 


74 


^&^^a^ 


.450 


76-141 


.539 


a36-3.S 


330-4.5 



NCAA Division 1 Coaching 
Wins, Active Coaches 

No, Coach Vfeton'es 


1 . Bob Kniqht, Texas Tech 


809 


2, Lou Henson, New Mexico St. 


762 


3. Eddie Sutton, Oklahoma St. 


724 


4. John Chaney, Temple 


893 


5, Lute Olson. Anzona 


890 


8. Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 


883 


7. Jim Boeheim. Syracuse 


653 


B. Jim Calhoun, Connecticut 


847 


9. Huflh Ouitiam. Jacksonville 


804 


10. 8% Tubbs, Lamar 


595 


1 1 . Tom Oavis, Drake 


543 


12. Cliff Ellis. Auburn 


52D 


1 3. Bob Huqqins, Cincinnati 


517 


13. Mike Montqomerv. Stanford 


517 


T15. Gene Keadv, Purdue 


507 


Don OeVoe, Navy 


507 


17. Gary Williams, Maryland 


502 


18. Ben Braun, California 


477 


19. Pat Douglass, UC Irvine 


471 


20. Rov Williams. North Caralma 


418 


Most SO- Win Seasons, 
Active Coaches 

T1 . Jim Boeheim, Syracuse 


25 


Bob Kniqht. Texas Tech 


25 


Lute Olson, Anzona 


25 


4. Eddie Sutton, Oklahoma St. 


23 


5. Lou Henson, New Mexico St. 


21 


8. Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 


20 


7. Jim Calhoun. Connecticut 


18 


T8. Tom Daws, Drake 


18 


Bob Huqflins, Cincinnati 


18 


Mike Montqomerv, Stanford 


18 


T11. Gary Williams, Maryland 


14 


John Chanev, Temple 


14 


Gene Keadv, Punjue 


14 


Roy Williams. North Carolina 


14 


Current Consecutive NCAA 
Tournament Appearances 

1 . Lute Olson , Anzona , 1 985-2003 19 


2. Roy Williams, Kansas, 1990-20D3 


14 


3. Bob Huqqins. Cincinnati. 1992-2003 


12 


4. Gary Williams, Maryland, 1 994-8003 


10 


Kelvin Sampson. Wash. St, S Oklahoma, 1994-2003 ID 


Tubby Smith, Tulsa. Georgia S Kentuckv. 1994-2003 10 


Career NCAA Tournament 
Wins, Active Coaches 

1 . Mike Krzyzewski. Duke 80 


T2. Bob Kniqht, Texas Tech 


42 


Lute Olson, Anzona 


42 


4. Jim Boeheim. Syracuse 


38 


5. Roy Wlliams, North Carolina 


34 


B. Eddie Sutton, Oklahoma St. 


31 


7. Jim Calhoun, ConnecDcut 


29 


8. Rick Pitino, Ljuisville 


27 


9. Gary Williams, Maryland 


95 


T10. John Chanev, Temple 


23 


Tubbv Smith. Kentucky 


23 


Siveet 1 B Appearances Since 

1 . Tubbv Smrth, Tulsa, Geonqia, Kentuckv 


'94 

8 


9, Gary Williams, Maryland 


7 


Jim Calhoun, Connecticut 


7 


Mike Krzyzewski. Duke 


7 


Lute Olson, Arizona 


7 


Roy Williams, Kansas 


7 


Wins In ACC Conference Games 

1 , Dean Smith. North Carolina 384 


2. Mike Krzvzewski. Duke 


228 


3. Frank McGuire, UNO S USC 


142 


4. Bobby Cremins. Georqia Tech 


134 


5. Gary Williams, Maryland 


195 


8. Charles "Lefty" Dnesell. Maryland 


122 





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^iP— m^ OECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four ' 2001 . 2002 

Sweet Sixteen < 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001. 2002. 2003 

NCAA Appearances '1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's BasketbaltZ^ , 




tournament final since 19B4. All with a freshman 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 veter- 
ans and national champions. 

Four years after tying for his first ACC regular-sea- 
son championship in 1995, Williams led Maryland to a 
then school-record 28 victories and a school-record 1 3 
ACC victories during the 1999 season. The Terps fin- 
ished the season ranked No. 5 by the Associated Press 
- then the highest final ranking since 1 975 and only the 
third time in school history that the program had earned 
a top-five final national ranking. Maryland peaked at No. 
2 as it won its first 1 games of the season, and its No. 
2 seed in the NCAA Tournament matched the highest 
tournament seed in school history. 

Williams has been voted as a national coach of the 
year finalist five times, including his selection in 2002 as 
the national coach of the year by Basketball America and 
CBSSportsline.com, and in 2001 by Playboy. Besides the 
ACC coaching honor, other accolades after the 2002 
championship season included the Winged Foot Award as 
presented by the N.Y. Athletic Club; the Victor Award as 
presented by the National Academy of Sports Editors; 
the Harry Litwack Award as Eastern Coach of the Year, 
presented annually by the Herb Good Club of Philadel- 
phia; and Seaboard Region Coach of the Year honors as 
named by Basketball Times and Eastern Basketball. In 
1 99B, ACC Athlete Magazine voted him as the ACC Coach 
of the Year. He received the same honor from College 
Hoops Illustrated in 2000. Following Maryland's 1997 
season, when the Terps advanced to the NCAA Tourna- 
ment and finished with a 9-7 record in the ACC, he was 
named as the Seaboard Region Coach of the Year by 
Basketball Times and Eastern Basketball. He was hon- 
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 America's 
greatest recruiters and college coaches - a statement 
backed not |ust by consecutive Final Four appearances or 
21 winning records in 25 seasons, but by 28 NBA Draft 
choices and the numerous former assistant coaches who 
now guide their own programs. Williams has mentored 
seven first-round selections and six NBA lottery picks: 
Walt Williams («7 pick, 1992), Joe Smith (#1, 1995), 
Steve Francis (#2, 1999) and Chris Wilcox (#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 coaching 
abilities immediately, he helped the Terps to 1 9 wins while 
advancing to the second round of the National Invitation 
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 1 0-game improvement in the 
win column during Williams' first season was the largest 
in school history and second-largest in the annals of the 
ACC by a first-year coach. Only the legendary Press 
Maravich, who improved NC State's winning ledger by 1 3 
games in his inaugural season (1 965), can boast a higher 
first-year improvement in the win column. 

A 196B graduate of Maryland, Williams lettered as 
the Terps' starting point guard from 1 965-67 under head 
coach Bud Millikan. serving as team captain during his 
senior season. It was as a player in the ACC that Williams 
began developing his basketball philosophy. Playing beside 
three-year teammates Joe Harrington and Jay McMillan, 
he studied the game under Millikan, and it was then that 
he developed his penchant for the full-court pressure 
defenses for which his teams are now known. He learned 



Turnaround Under Williams 

Ust S Years Ovsrall ACC 



ACC 



24 11 13 .458 aOOa-03 



BIG EAST 



4 .333 19B5-B6 



1994-95 



28-8 (.765) 



12-41.750) 



East Coast 



4 .429 1981-82 



1995-96 17-13 (.5671 



B-8 (.5(XI) 



Totals 



BB 49 39 .556 8008-03 



1998-97 21-11 (.856) 



9-7 (.563) 



1997-98 21-11 (.856) 



10-6 (.625) 



1998-99 



2B-6 (.824) 



13-3 (.813) 



1999-00 25-101714) 



11 -5 (.888) 



Williams' Milestone Victories 

yictory / Opponent, Score School 



2000-01 S5-1 1 1.694) 



10-61.825) 



No. 1 



Catholic, 83-68 



American 



No. 50 



Drexel, 82-80 



American 



2001-02 



32-4 l.E 



15-1 1.938) 



2002-03 21-101.8771 



11-51.688) 



No. 100 New Hampshire, 97-64 Boston College 



Totals ai 6-84 (.7801 



99-45 1.688) 



No. 150 Bowling Green, 89-52 



Ohio State 



No. 200 Northwestern, 100-89 



Ohio State 



Brst 5 Years Overall 



ACC 



No. 250 110 North Carolina. B2-B0 Maryland 



1969-90 19-141.576) 



8-8 1.429) 



No. 300 at NC State, 84-67 



1990-91 16-121.571) 



5-9 (.357) 



No. 350 113 Clemson, 76-61 



Maryland 



Maryland 



1991-92 14-15 (.463! 



5-11 (.313) 



No, 400 San Francisco, 71 -81 



1992-93 12-16 (.4291 



2-14 (.125) 



No. 450 » IB Temple, 82-74 



Maryland 



1993-94 



18-12 (.600) 



8-B (.500) 



No. 500 NC State. 68-65 



Maryland 



Maryland 



Totals 



79-69 1.5341 



86.50 (.3481 



Most Victories Under Williams 

Season W L Pet. School 



2001-02 



32 



.889 Maryland 



In The Sagarin Power 
Rankings CSince 139SJ 

Year Schedule Banlilna Teain Banting 



1995 



8 



1998-99 



28 



1994-95 



28 



.854 Maryland 



1996 



18 



8 .765 Maryland 



1997 



15 



1982-83 



25 



1999-(n 



.781 Bosto n College 



1998 



25 10 .714 Maryland 



1999 



22 



2000-01 



25 11 



19B0-81 



24 



.894 Maryland 



2000 



21 



24 



.800 American 



Winning Percentage 
Under Williams 

Season W L Pet. School 



2001 



12 



2002 



20 



2003 



54 



18 



2001-02 



32 



1998-99 



28 



.889 Maryland 



1980-81 



24 



.824 Maryland 



Williams vs. the ACC 
[includes all gamesJ 

School Last 5 Years 



.800 American 



Lasts Years 



Clemson 



11-3 



1982-83 



25 



1994-95 



2B 8 



,7B1 Boston College 



154 



Duke 



5-12 



8-14 



.785 Maryland 



Florida State 



15-2 



18-3 



1999-00 



25 



.714 Maryland 



1981-82 



21 



9 ,700 American 



Georgia Tech 



12-3 



14-6 



North Carolina 



9-8 



11-11 



Williams In The Postseason 

evant 6P W L Pet, Last Game 


NC State 14-3 

Virginia 9-5 

— Wake Forest 10-5 


18-3 
12-B 
11-8 


NCAA 37 25 12 .676 2002-03 
NIT 14 8 B .571 1989-90 


- Totals 85.411.6741 


107-55 1.660) 



his halfcourt 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 1 969 freshman team finished with a 1 2- 
4 record, as Williams bonded with Davis in a relationship 
that would serve him well as his coaching career pro- 
gressed. 

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

Williams spent one more year at Wilson before accept- 
ing an invitation from Davis in 1 972 to become an assis- 
tant at Lafayette College. While an assistant at Lafayette, 
Williams also served as the head soccer coach. In 197B, 
Williams accompanied Davis to Boston College. After one 
year there, Williams became the heed coach at American. 

Williams immediately began making his mark. His 1961 
squad set the still-standing school record for victories with 
a 24-6 mark, won the East Coast Conference champion- 



ship and played in the NIT. Williams was named the district 
coach of the year. American returned to postseason play 
the next season as the Williams-led Eagles went 21 -9 and 
played in the NIT for the second consecutive year. Only 
once pnor to Williams' arnval had AU attended s postseason 
tournament, and the Eagles have not returned since. Wil- 
liams' four-year record at AU was 72-42. 

In 1 983, Williams succeeded Davis at Boston College. 
He was once again an instant success, posting a 25-7 
record and leading the Eagles to the regular-season 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 NCAA Tournament success 
again in 19B5, leading B.C. back to the Sweet Sixteen. 

In 1987, Williams accepted the head coaching |ob at 
Ohio State, becoming the 1 0th 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 Williams' three-year term at 
Ohio State, OSU defeated a second-ranked Purdue team, 
perennial power Kansas and highly regarded Big Ten pow- 
ers Michigan and Illinois. Each of Williams' three Ohio State 
teams advanced to postseason play, and he laid the 
groundwork for the highly successful teams that followed 
when he left Columbus for College Park. 



gaaaa-a^: 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions - 

Final Four ' 2001 . 2002 § 

Sweet Sixteen ' 1994. 1995. 1998. 1999. 9001 2009. 9003 
NCAA Appearances '1994, 1995, 1996, 1997. 1998, 1999. 2000. 2001. 2002. 




^^■^ Wiarvland Men's Basketball 



The Williams' infl 

NBA First Round Draft Picks 



Former Assistants In Charge 




^^K 




o 



Pandy Ayers Rick Barnes 



Paul Brazeau 



Jim C/eamons Fran Dunphy 



Chris Wilcox * 

20D2 • No, 8 overall (U 
Los Angeles Clippers 



Juan Dixon " 

2002' No. 17 overall 
Washington Wizards 



Steve Francis " 

1999 'No. 2 overall (U 
Vancouver Grizzlies 




Randy Ayers 

Assistant to Williams for three years at 
Ohio State. Head coach at Ohio State 
for eight years, and was named head 
coach of the Philadelphia 7Bers in 2QQ3, 

Ricl< Barnes 

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

Paul Brazeau 

Assistant to Williams for one year 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 Youngstown 
State. Former head coach of the Dallas 
Mavericks, and a former assistant with 
the Chicago Bulls. Currently an assistant 
coach with the Los Angeles Lakers. 

Fran Ounphy 

Assistant to Williams at American Uni- 
versity. Currently the head coach at the 
University of Pennsylvania. 



Fran Fraschilla 

Assistant to Williams for two years at Ohio 
State. Has been the head coach at Man- 
hattan College and St. John's. Formerly 
the head coach at New Mexico. Currently 
an ESPN college basketball analyst. 

Billy Hahn 

Assistant to Williams for 12 years at 
Maryland. Formerly the head coach at 
Ohio U., and currently the head coach 
at LaSalle. 

Chris Knoche 

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

Art Perry 

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

Ed Tapscott 

Assistant to Williams at American, who 
later served as the head coach at AU. 
Former vice president of the New York 
Knicks. Currently the chairman and presi- 
dent of the expansion Charlotte Bobcats 
of the NBA. 



Keith Booth ' 

1 997 • No. 2B overall 
Chicago Bulls 



Joe Smith " 

1995 'No. 1 overall lU 
Golden State Warriors 



Jim Jackson " 

1992 -No. 5overall(U 
Dallas Mavericks 




Walt Williams 

1992 < No. 7 overall (U 
Sacramento Kings 



Jerrod 
Mustaf 

1 990 'No. 17 overall 
New York Knicks 




Dennis 
Hopson 

1 9B7' No. 3 overall (U 
New Jersey Nets 



Williams and Joe Smith helped honor 
Cal Ripken Jr. on the night of Ripken's 
S, 131st consecutive game. 



Williams being congratu/ated 

by Maryland President Dr. CO. "Dan" 

Mote. 



L - Lottery selection,' ♦ - recruited by Williams 



nPec^cte of CDonrtin^m 



u.i.ijjj.i.i-uy?arg i 




»^ A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 



Sweet Sixteen 
NCAA Appearances • 1334, 



2002 National Champions 
Final Four ' 2001 . 2002 

1994, 1995, 199B, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

1995, 1996, 1337, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 



Maryland Men's BasketbaHZ^ tit J . 




Willi 



Hi 



mily 




lV////ams with his daughter Kristin after he was 
inducted into the Maryland Hall of Fame. 



IViliiams' daughter Kristin and grandson David check 
out grandpa's team at Comcast Center, 



W///iams with his grandchildren, Lauren IheldJ, David and John, 



V\/illiams' Career Record Vs. Opponents 



Opponent Career 


Home 


atUM 


Home at OSU at BC at AU 


Firat 


Last 


Air Force 


1-0 


0-0 










1-0 


1979-80 (AUl 




Akron 


1-0 


0-0 






1-0 






1998-89 (DSU) 




Alabama 


0-1 


0-0 










0-1 


1978-79 (AU) 




Alcorn State 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








1989-90 (UM) 




American 


7-0 


7-0 


7-0 


7-0 








1990-91 (UM) 


2001-02 (UM) 


Arizona 0-3 0-0 0-1 
NCAA Tournament; 0-1 ('98 UM, 79-B7) 




0-1 




1985-BB(BC) 


2D01-D2(UM) 


Arizona State 


0-1 


0-0 


0-1 










1 994-95 (UM) 




Arkansas 


0-1 


0-0 






0-1 






19BB-87(DSU) 




Armv 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 










1 989-90 (UM) 




Auburn 


0-1 


0-0 








0-1 




1985-8B(8C) 




Augusta 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








1989-90 (UM) 




AU-Puerto Rico 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 










1998-99 (UM) 




Ball State 


1-0 


0-0 






1-0 






1987-88 (DSU) 




Baltimore 


2-0 


1-0 










2-D 


1978-79 (AU) 


1979-80 (AU) 


Bentley 


1-0 


1-0 








1-0 




1982-83(80) 




Boston College 


0-1 


0-0 


0-1 










1990-91 (UM) 




Boston University 


1-1 


1-0 


1-1 


1-0 








1 989-90 (UM) 


1990-91 (UM) 


Bowling Green 


1-0 


1-0 






1-0 






1986-87 (DSU) 




Bradley 


0-1 


0-0 










0-1 


1981-82 (AU) 




Brown 


3-0 


1-0 








3-0 




1982-83(80 


1984-85(80 


Bucknell 


4-2 


3-1 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 




2-2 


1978-79 (AU) 


1994-95 (UM) 


California 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 










1S9B-S7(UM1 




Catfiolic 


4-0 


2-0 










4-0 


1978-79 (AU) 


1981-82 (AU) 


Central Flonda 


1-0 


0-0 










1-0 


1 978-79 (AU) 




Central Micfiigan 


1-0 


1-0 






1-D 






1987-88 (DSU) 




Cfiaminade 


1-0 


0-0 


1-D 










1 994-95 (UMl 




Cfiicago State 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 








1996-97 (UM) 


2000-01 (UM) 


Cincinnati 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 










1994-95 (UM) 




The Citadel 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








2002-03 (UM) 




Clemson 19-11 


11-3 


19-11 


11-3 








1989-90 (UM) 


2DD2-03 (UMl 


Cleveland State 


1-0 


0-0 






1-0 






1987-88 (OSU) 




Coastal Carolina 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








1399-00 (UM) 




Colgate 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








1994-95 (UM) 




Coll, of Charleston 0-1 D-0 0-1 
NCAA Tournamenti 0-1 ('97 UM. BB-751 








199B-97(UM1 




Colorado State 


1-0 


D-0 






1-0 






1987-88 (OSU) 




Columbia 


1-0 


D-D 








1-0 




1982-83(80) 




Connecticut B-5 


3-1 2-2 0-1 B-2 
1 ('95 UM, 89-99): (02 UM, 90-821 




1982-83(80) 


2001-02 (UM) 


Coppin State 


0-1 


0-1 


0-1 


0-1 








1989-90 (UM) 




Cornell 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








1993-94 (UM) 




Creighton 1-0 D-0 1-0 
NCAA Tournament! 1-0 ('99 UM, 75-B3) 








1998-99 (UM) 




Davton 


1-3 


0-1 


0-1 




1-2 






1988-87 (OSU) 


2000-01 (UMl 


Delaware 


4-0 


2-0 










4-0 


1978-79 (AUl 


1981-82 (AUl 


Delaware State 


30 


3-0 


3-0 


3-0 








1989-90 (UM) 


2001-02 (UMl 


DePaul 


2-0 


0-0 


1-0 




1-0 






1988-89 (OSU) 


1998-99 (UMl 


Detroit 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








2001-02 (UM) 




Drexel 


4-3 


3-1 










4-3 


1978-79 (AU) 


1981-82 (AUl 


Duke 9-SB 
NCAA Tournament! 1 ■ 


4-10 8-26 4-10 1-0 
1 ('85 8C, 74-73); ('01 UM. 84-95) 




1984-85 (8C) 


2002-03 (UMl 


Duquesne 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 








1998-99 (UM) 


2002-03 (UMl 


E. Tennessee State1-0 


0-0 


1-0 










1989-90 (UM) 




Evansville 


0-1 


0-0 


0-1 










1991-92 (UM) 




Fairfield 


1-0 


1-0 








1-0 




1982-83 (BC) 




Fairleigh Dickinson 2-0 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 








1997-98 (UM) 


1999-00 (UMl 





M^^mTmfcWm^ 



Opponent 


Career Home at UM Home at OSU at BC at AU 


Rpst 


Last 


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


2-2 






1986-87 (OSU) 


2002-03 (UM) M 


Florida Int'l 2-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 


1-D 






1986-87 (DSU) 


1997-98 (UM) ^ 


Florida State 22-B 9-3 22-8 9-3 








1991-92 (UM) 


2002-03 (UM) ^ 


George Mason 3-0 1 -0 3-D 1 -0 
NCAA Tournament! 1-DI'D1 UM, 83-801 








1989-90 (UM) 


2000-01 (UM) \ 


George WashingtonB-4 0-1 4-2 






2-2 


1978-79 (AU) 


20D2-D3 (UM) M 


Georgetown 3-12 1-5 2-0 0-1 
NCAA Tournament! 1-1 l'87 OSU. 79-821; (01 UM, 


1-7 
76-68) 


0-4 


1978-79 (AU) 


20DD-D1 (UM) ^ 


Georgia 0-1 0-0 0-1 








199B-97(UM) 




Georgia State 1 -0 0-0 1 -0 
NCAA Tournament! 1-D 101 UM, 79-601 








2000-01 (UM) 




Georgia Tech IB- 14 10-4 16-14 10-4 








1989-90 (UMl 


2002-03 (UM) " 


Gettysburg 2-0 0-0 






2-0 


1979-80 (AU) 


1980-81 (AO ^ 


Gonzaga 1-0 0-0 1-0 
NCAA Tournament: 1-0 ('95 UM, 87-631 








1994-95 (UM) 




Hampton 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 








2002-03 (UMl 




Hartford 1-0 1-0 




1-0 




1984-85 (BCl 




Harvard 2-D 1-D 






2-0 


1980-81 (AU) 


1981-82 (AU) ^ 


Hawaii 1-D D-D 1-D 








199B-97(UM) 




Hofstra B-1 3-0 2-D 1-D 






4-1 


1978-79 (AU) 


1998-99 (UM) 


Holy Cross 4-0 2-D 




4-0 




1982-83(80 


1985-86(80 M 


Howard 4-0 4-0 3-0 3-0 


1-0 






198B-87[DSU) 


1996-97 (UM) ~ 


Illinois 4-6 2-2 3-1 1-0 
NCAA Tournament: 1-0 ('98 UM, 67-61) 


1-5 






198B-87(0SU) 


2001-02 (UM) ^ 


Indiana 1-8 0-3 1-1 
NCAA Tournament! ID (02 UM, 64-52) 


0-6 


0-1 




1983-84 (BO 


2002-03 (UM) 


lona 1-0 D-D 1-0 
NCAA Tournament! 1-D COD UM, 74-591 








1 999-00 (UM) 




Iowa 4-3 2-1 1-0 


3-3 






1986-87 (DSU) 


1999-DD(UM) ^ 


Iowa State 1 -0 D-D 




1-0 




1983-84(80 




Jacksonville 2-1 1-D 1-1 1-0 


1-0 






1986-87 (DSU) 


1990-91 (UM) 1 


James Madison 0-1 0-0 






D-1 


1979-80 [AUl 




Kansas 3-0 0-0 2-0 
NCAA Tournament! 1-0 ('02 UM. 97-881 


1-D 






19BB-B7(0SU) 


2001-02 (UM) ^ 


Kent State 1-0 1-0 


1-0 






198S-B9I0SU) 




Kentucky 3-3 1-0 2-3 1-0 1-0 
NCAA Tournament!'2-0 ('87 OSU, 91-771; ('D2 UM, 


7B-BB) 




1988-87 (OSU) 


2001-02 (UM) M 


Lafayette 6-1 4-1 2-0 2-0 


1-0 




3-1 


1978-79 (AU) 


1996-97 (UM) ^ 


LaSalle 4-2 2-1 2-0 1-0 






2-2 


1978-79 (AU) 


1994-95 (UM) % 


Lehigh 4-1 3-0 






4-1 


1 978-79 (AU) 


1981-82 (AO 


Long Beach State 1 -D 0-0 


1-0 






1987-88(080 




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


1-0 






1988-89(080 


2000-01 (UM) " 


Loyola-Md. 3-D 3-0 3-0 3-0 








1993-94 (UM) 


2002-03 (UM) ^ 


Maine 2-0 1-0 




2-0 




1983-84(80 


1985-86(80 ^ 


Maryland 0-2 0-0 




0-1 


0-1 


1980-81 (AU) 


1983-84(80 


Massachusetts 2-4 0-0 2-4 
NCAA Tournament: 1-0 ('94 UM, 95-871 








1989-90 (UMl 


1996-97 (UM) M 


Md. -Baltimore Co. 12-0 12-0 11-D 11-0 


1-0 






1987-88 (DSU) 


2002-03 (UM) ^ 


Md. -Eastern Shore4-D 4-0 4-0 4-D 








1991-92 (UM) 


2000-01 (UM) 1 


Memphis State D-1 0-0 
NCAA Tournament: 0-1 ('85 BC, 57-53) 




0-1 




1994-85(80 




Miami (Ohiol 1-0 1-0 1-D 1-0 








2DD2-03 (UM) 




Michigan 3-5 2-1 1-1 
NCAA Tournament! 0-1 ('94 UM, 71-781 


2-4 






1986-87(080 


20D0-D1 (UM) ^ 


Michigan State 4-4 2-1 D-1 
NCAA Tburnament! 0-1 (03 UM, 58-80) 


3-3 


1-0 




1984-85(80 


2002-03 (UM) 


Minnesota 4-2 2-1 


4-2 






1986-87(080 


1988-89(080 " 


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^Ia decade of dominance 

2002 Nazana: Ohampions ^^^ , 

Fra Four • 9001 , 2005 J 4.^ j 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002. 2003 
NCAA Appearances ' 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1993, 1999, 2000. 2001. 2002. 



V\/illiams' Charity \A/ork 



Coaches vs. Cancer 

Of the many charities with which Gary Williams has 
been involved, one that has been special to the long- 
time coach IS the Coaches vs. Cancer Three-Point At- 
tack. Since 1996, Gary Williams has served on the 
Coaches Council, a 15-member board that serves as 
the governing body for Coaches vs. Cancer. 

The program is a partnership between the National 
Association of Basketball Coaches (NABCl and the 
American Cancer Society. The coaches participating in 
this program are dedicated to fighting cancer through 
increased support for research, patient services and 
prevention education. 

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

Williams' recent charity worli has benefited: 
Coaches Vs. Cancer 
National Autism Research 
National Physical Education Council 
The Sa/vat/on Army 



Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 

In 1 999 and 2000, Coach Williams hosted a charity 
basketball game at Cole Field House to benefit the Cystic 
Fibrosis Foundation. 

Williams' CFF basketball game has included former Mary- 
land basketball stars Len Elmore, Tom McMillan, Duane 
Simpkins and Buck Williams. Other participants have in- 
cluded former Maryland football player and NFL quarter- 
back Boomer Esiason, Maryland track All- American and 
NFL receiver Renaldo Nehemiah, former Redskins Jeff 
Bostic and Charles Mann, former Washington Bullets stars 
Phil Chenier and Kevin Grevey, former Dallas Cowboy Calvin 
Hill, tennis star Pam Shriver, Maryland legislators Tho- 
mas "Mike" Miller end Steny Hoyer, nationally-renowned 
sports columnists John Feinstein and Frank Deford, Ter- 
rapin play-by-play voices Johnny Holliday and Chris Knoche, 
and "Meet The Press" host Tm Russert. 

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



land Men's Basketball 





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Frank Deford presides over a Williams S Esiason check 
presentat/on to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. 



Opponent Career 


Home 


stUM 


Home St OSU at BC at AU 


First 


Lest 


Missoun 


1-1 


1-0 


1-1 


1-0 








1995-9B(UM) 


1997-93 (UM) 


MissQun-St. Loui 


3 1-0 


1-0 






1-0 






1997-03 (OSU) 




Monmouth 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








2001-02 (UM) 




Morgan State 


3-0 


3-0 


3-0 


3-D 








1992-93 (UM) 


1994-95 (UM) 


Mount St. Man/'E 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 








1991-92 (UM) 


1997-93 (UM) 


Navy 


2-4 


2-0 










2-4 


1973-73 (AU) 


1991-82 (AU) 


Nebraska 


3-0 


1-0 






3-D 






1937-83 (OSU) 


1983-83 (OSU) 


New Hampsfiine 


5-0 


3-0 








4-D 


1-0 


1930-81 (AU) 


1935-8B(Ba 


New Mexico 


1-1 


0-0 






1-1 






1987-88 (OSU) 


1987.83 (OSU) 


Norfolk State 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 








2000-01 (UM) 


2001-02 (UM) 


North Carolina 14-19 


a-B 


14-19 


7-6 








1983-90 (UM) 


2002-03 (UM) 


NC State 


25-7 


14-0 


25-7 


14-0 








1389-90 (UM) 


2002-03 (UM) 


North Texas 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








1393-93 (UM) 




NorOieascem 


3-0 


1-0 








3-0 




1962-83(80 


1984-65(80 


NonOiwescem 


5-1 


3-0 






5-1 






1986-87 (OSU) 


1988-89(GSU) 


Notre Dame 


1-2 


0-1 


1-1 






0-1 




1983-64 (BC) 


2002-03 (UM) 


Ohio State 


1-0 


1-0 








1-0 




1985-66(80 




Ohio U. 


1-0 


1-0 






1-0 






1986-87 (OSU) 




Oklahoma 


2-3 


1-0 


2-2 


1-0 


0-1 






19BS-B9(0SU) 


2001-02 (UM) 


Old Dominion 


2-0 


0-0 






1-0 




1-0 


1990-91 (AU) 


1997-98 (OSU) 


Penn State 


0-1 


0-0 


0-1 










1 999-90 (UM) 




Pennsyl^nia 


2-0 


0-0 


2-0 










199B-97(UM) 


2000-01 (UM) 


Pittsburgh 


7-3 


3-2 


2-0 






5-3 




1992-93(60 


1993-99 (UM) 


P.-ncetc- 3-0 0-0 2-0 
NCAA Taurnament! 1 -0 CBS BC. 51 -42) 




1-0 




1992-93 (BO 


2001-02 (UM) 


Providence 


5-4 


2-2 


1-0 






4-4 




1382-33 (BO 


1331-32 (UM) 


Puqet Sound 


1-0 


1-0 








1-0 




1383-34 (BO 




Purdue 


2-4 


2-1 






2-4 






1386-37 (OSU) 


1388-33 (OSU) 


Radford 


1-0 


1-0 






1-0 






1386-33 (OSU) 




Randoiph-Macon 


3-0 


2-0 








1-0 


2-0 


1380-B1 (AU) 


1984-85(80 


Rhode Island 


4-0 


2-0 






4-0 


2-0 




1982-83(80 


1985-86(80 


Richmond 


1-0 


1-0 










1-0 


1980-81 (AU) 




Rider 


9-0 


5-0 


3-D 


3-0 






6-0 


1 979-79 (AU) 


1995-96 (UM) 


Rutqers 


1-2 


0-0 


1-1 








0-1 


19S0-S1 lAU) 


1991-92 (UM) 


Sacramento State 1 -0 


0-0 


1-0 










1 939-90 lUM) 




St. Bonaventure 


0-1 


0-0 










0-1 


1979-30 (AU) 




St Johns B-8 4-1 0-1 
NCAA Tournamenti'G-l ('93 UM. 63-76) 


1-1 


5-5 


0-1 


1378-79 (AU) 


1993-39 (UM) 


St JCSEC^S 


2-4 


0-2 








1-0 


1-4 


1 978-79 (AU) 


13B3-34(BO 


Ss'-c Ldu.5 1-0 0-0 1-0 
NCAA Tournament: 1-0 ('94 UM, 74-67) 








1 933-34 (UM) 




St Mary's (Md.) 


3-0 


3-0 










3-0 


1979-79 (AU) 


1981-82 (AU) 


St. Michael's 


1-0 


1-0 








1-0 




1932-83(80 




San Francisco 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








199900 (UM) 




Santa Clara 0-1 0-0 0-1 
NCAA Tournament; 0-1 fSB UM, 79-91) 








1995-9B (UM) 




Seton Hall 


6-3 


3-1 








6-3 




1982.83(30 


1935-86(80 


Siena 3-0 1-0 1-0 
NCAA Tournamant: 1-0 (02 UM, B5-70) 


1-0 






1986-87 (OSU) 


2001-02 (UM) 


So Cai'fc--B 


2-0 


1-0 


2-0 


1-0 








1989-90 (UM) 


1990-31 (UM) 


Soutn Aiatama 


1-0 


0-0 










1-0 


1981-82 (AU) 




3o...tn Carolina 


1-3 


0-0 


1-2 




0-1 






1993-89 (OSU) 


1 997-98 (UM) 


So Carolina State 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








1993-99 (UM) 




South Flonda 


2-0 


1-0 


2-0 


1-0 








1989-90 (UM) 


1990-91 (UM) 


Stanford 2-0 0-0 2-0 
NCAA Tournament: 1-0(01 UM, 87-73) 








1998-99 (UM) 


2000-01 (UM) 


Stetson 


1-0 


0-0 










1-0 


1973-79 (AU) 





Opponent Career 


Home atUM 


Home at OSU at BC at AU 


First 


Last 


Stonehill 


3-0 


3-0 






3-D 




1982-83(80 


1984-85 (BO 


Stony Brook 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-D 






20D0-D1 (UM) 




Syracuse 


3-9 


2-2 






3-B 


0-1 


1973-79 (AU) 


1935-8B(Ba 


Temple 


3-4 


0-2 


1-1 






1-3 


1973-79 (AU) 


2001-02 (UM) 


Tennessee 


0-1 


0-0 








0-1 


19B1-B2(AU) 




Texas 1 -0 0-0 
NCAA Toupnament; 1-0 ('95 UM 


1-0 
. 32-B3) 






1994-95 (UM) 




Texas Chpisoan 


1-0 


0-0 






1-0 




1384-85 (BO 




Texas Tech 1 -0 0-0 
NCAA Tournament! 1-0 ('85 BC 


55-53) 


1-0 




1384-85(80 




Toledo 


0-1 


0-0 








0-1 


1980-81 (AUl 




Towson 


10-0 


6-0 


7-0 


5-0 




3-0 


1979-80 LAUl 


1 996-97 (UM) 


Trenton State 


1-0 


1-0 








1-0 


1978-79 (AU) 




Tulane 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1999-00 (UM) 




UC Irvine 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1990-91 (UM) 




UCLA 1 -2 0-0 
NCAA Tournament: 0-1 COO UM 


1-2 

. 70-105) 






1 995-96 (UM) 


1 999-00 (UM) 


UNC Asheville 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1997-99 (UM) 




UNC Greensboro 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1991-92 (UM) 




UNC Wilmington 3-D 1-0 
NCAA Tournament: 1-0 ('03 UM 


2-0 1-0 
. 75-73) 




1-0 


1331-32 (AU) 


2002-03 (UM) 


Union 


1-0 


1-0 






1-0 




1385-36(80 




Utah 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 








1394-95 (UM) 




Utah State 1 -0 0-0 
NCAA Tournament: 1-0 (98 UM 


1-0 
. 32-68) 






1337-98 (UM) 




Valdosta State 


1-0 


0-0 






1-D 




1985-86(80 




Vaipara =c 1 -0 0-0 
NCAA Tournament: 1-0 ('99 UM 


1-0 
, 82-60) 






1 998-99 (UM) 




Vanderbilt 


ID 


0-0 






1-0 




1993-83(090 




Yillanova 


3-5 


2-2 






3-5 




1982.83(80 


1385-86(80 


Virginia 1B-14 10-4 16-13 10-4 
NCAA Tournament: 0-1 (93 BC, 92-95) 


0-1 




1982-63(80 


2002-03 (UM) 


Wrqinia Tech 


2-0 


1-0 


2-0 


1-0 






1 989-90 (UM) 


1990-91 (UM) 


Waqner 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






2002-03 (UM) 




Wake Forest 13-15 


10-5 16-13 


3-5 


2-0 


0-2 


1979-30 (AU) 


2002-03 (UM) 


Washinqton Coll. 


1-0 


1-0 








1-0 


19B0.B1 (AU) 




West Chester 


4-0 


2-0 








4-0 


1978-79 [AUl 


1981-32 (AU) 


West Virginia 


1-4 


1-1 


1-2 


1-D 




0-2 


1978-79 [AUl 


1992-93 (UM) 


Western Carolina 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1998-99 (UM) 




Western Kentucky 0-1 


D-D 






0-1 




1932-33 (BO 




Western Michigan 


3-D 


2-0 






3-0 




1336-37 (OSU) 


1988-89 (OSU) 


Vl/hittier 


1-0 


1-0 








1-0 


1331-32 (AU) 




William S Mary 


5-0 


3-0 


1-0 


1-0 




4-0 


1376-79 (AU) 


2D01-02(UM) 


VIAnthrop 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1 399-00 (UM) 




Wisconsin 6-3 3-0 
NCAA Tournament: 1-0 (02 UM 


1-1 

. 87-57) 


4-2 1-0 




1985-96(60 


2001 -02 (UM) 


Wyoming 


0-1 


0-0 








0-1 


19B1-B2(AU) 




Xavier 1-0 0-0 
NCAA Tournament: 1-0 103 UM 


1-0 
, 77-64) 






2002-03 (UM) 




508-881 


895-153 




59-41 78-48 








877-75 


168-37 


7B-45 









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s^^a^ A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions .1^ . 

Final Four • 2001 , 2005 M C^ i 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCM Appearances' 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000. 2001, 2002, 



l^^^^ Wtarvland Men's Basketball 



Dave Dickerson's seven-year tenure as an assistant 
coach at his alma mater has coincided with seven of the 
most successful years in the history of the program. In 
addition to his indispensable role during Maryland's first- 
ever national championship run in 2002 and the Terps' 
first outright regular-season ACC title since 1 9B0, Terp 
teams have made seven NCAA Tournament appear- 
ances and have been ranked among the nation's 
Top 1 in nearly every season of his tenure. Dur- 
ing Dickerson's seven-year career on the Terra- 
pin bench, Maryland owns a 1 73-63 record 
1.733 vi/inning percentage). 

Following Maryland's first trip to the 
Final Four during the 2000-01 
postseason. Dickerson was elevated on 
Gary Williams' staff to take the lead in 
the Terrapins' recruiting and scouting ef- 
forts. He has played an integral role in 
recruiting during his first seven seasons 
at his alma mater, including the recruiting 
of five classes that were ranked among 
the nation's best and one in the 2003- 
04 season that has been rated as high 
as No. 2 in the nation. 

Overall, Dickerson's 1 3-year coach- 
ing career has included 1 3 straight win- 
ning seasons and eight postseason ap- 
pearances. 

Dickerson loined 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 NCAA Sweet Six- 
teen and recorded 21 victories including wins over No. 1 
North Carolina and No. 2 Kansas. A year later, Maryland 
won 28 games, 13 conference games and again advanced 
to the NCAA's Sweet Sixteen. 

The 2000-01 season's accomplishments and trip to 
the Final Four were only eclipsed by Maryland's national 
title in 2001 -02 and winningest season in history at 32- 
4 and 15-1 in the ACC. Dickerson's seventh sea- 
son at his alma mater featured a fifth Sweet 
Sixteen appearance for the Terps, a fifth 
Top 1 ranking in the final coaches poll, a 
school-record seventh-straight 20-win 
season and a victory over No. 1 
Duke in the inaugural season 
at Comcast Center. 

Widely recognized as 

one of the top assistant 

coaches in the nation, 

Dickerson has been 

cited by ESPN's 

Andy Katz as a 

"Coach on the Rise." 

and was named an 

AFLAC Assistant Coach of 

the Year by Coach S Athletic 

Director Magazine, all in 2003. 




Dickerson File 

Coaching ExperiencB 

1 990-9 1 Gardner-Webb College. Assistant Coach 

1 991 -99 James Madison University, Assistant Coach 

1 993-9B Fladford University, Assistant Coach 

1996-present University of Maryland, Assistant Coach 

Assistant Coaching Positions 



Year 


School 


Team Accomplishments 


1930-91 


Gardner-Webb 


South Atlantic Conference Tournament Finals 


1991-92 


James Madison 


Colonial Athletic Association Tournament Finals • NIT First Round 


1998-93 


Radford 


Biq South Tournament. Semifinals 


1993-94 


Radford 


Biq South Tournament, Semifinals 



1994-95 


Radford 


Biq South Tournament, Semifinals 


1995-96 


Radford 


Biq South Tournament. Semifinals j^!" 


1996-97 


Maryland 


NCAA Southeast fleqion First Round j^H 


1997-98 


Maryland 


NCAA West Reqior Semifinals flH 


1 998-99 


Maryland 


NCAA South Region Semifinals ■'''^' 


1999-00 


Maryland 


NCAA Midwest Region Second Round 


2000-01 


Maryland 


NCAA Final Four. West Region Champions 


2001-02 


Maryland 


NCAA Champions 


2002-03 


Maryland 


NCAA South Region Semifinals 



Playing Experience 

• 1 986-89, University of Maryland, basketball letterwinner 

Playing Honors 

> Maryland team captain, 1989 

• Career Contnbution Award. 1 989 

• Most Improved Player Award, 1987 

Personal 

Education; University of Maryland, 1990, B.A. in government and politics 
Date of Birth: March 29, 1967 
Family! Wife Laurette, son Dave III 




Top Recruiter 

Dickerson's success as one of the nation's top recruit- 
ers has translated into success on the court. He was in- 
strumental in attracting the Terps' 1 997 and 1 998 re- 
cruiting classes, both of which were ranked in the top 1 
nationally, a group of 2002 rookies ranked as high as fourth 
in the nation and the No. 2 recruiting class in the country 
for 2003-04. Maryland's 1 998 recruiting class was ranked 
third in the nation, while the Terps' 1 999 recruiting class 
contained three of the nation's top players at three differ- 
ent positions. Dickereon's most recent efforts helped Mary- 
land to attract a 2003-04 class of top- 100 recruits, in- 
cluding McDonald's All-Amencan and No. 2 shooting guard 
prospect Mike Jones, No. 9 power forward Ekene Ibekwe 
and No. 1 center Hassan Fofana. 

Dickerson's scouting and recruiting abilities helped the 
Maryland coaching staff bring All-America guard Steve 
Francis, who was the No. 2 overall selection in the 1999 
draft and NBA All-Star, home to the Terrapins. The 2002 
draft saw three Dickerson recruits - Chris Wilcox, Final 
Four Most Outstanding Player Juan Dixon and two-time 
NCAA 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. Dickereon has recruited and coached two NBA lot- 
tery picks - Steve Francis (1 999) and Chris Wilcox (2002) 
- and four overall first-round selections in Keith Booth 
11997), Francis, Wilcox and Dixon (2002). It has been 
Dickereon's nationwide emergence on the recruiting trail that 
has allowed him to rise so quickly up the coaching ladder 

Prior to coming to Maryland, Dickereon was an assis- 
tant coach at Radford Univereity, where he helped assemble 
recruiting classes that ranked among the nation's best. 
The 1994 season saw the Highlanders compile a 20-8 
record and a school-record winning percentage of .714. 
Radford enjoyed the best four-year period in its history 
with winning records in each of the seasons that Dickerson 
was an assistant. 

It was also at Radford that Dickerson began to make 
his mark as a bench coach. Radford gained national ac- 
claim and became one of the most successful programs in 
the Big South Conference during Dickerson's tenure. 
Radford defeated Louisiana State, 73-72. on Dec. 30, 
1 993. to gam the biggest victory in school history. The 
Highlanders scored the game-winning basket with 2.8 sec- 
onds remaining in the game |ust after LSU had taken its 
first lead of the second half. Dickerson was the assistant 
coach in charge of scouting LSU. 

From Athlete To Coach 

Dickereon played forward at Maryland from 1 986-89 
and earned four varsity letters. He was co-captain as a 
senior in 1 9B9. Dickereon saw action in the 1 986 and 1 988 
NCAA Tournaments and was a member of three teams 
that advanced to the ACC Tournament semifinals. The Terps 
won 1 9 games his freshman year and 1 8 during his lunior 
season. Dickereon was a starter on the 1 989 team that 
became the first No. 8 seed to defeat a No. 1 seed in the 
ACC Tournament when the Terps knocked off NC State. 

In 1 990. Dickereon earned his bachelor's degree in gov- 
ernment and politics from Maryland, and soon after he be- 
gan his coaching career on the staff of Gardner-Webb Uni- 
vereity in North Carolina. After a year at Gardner-Webb he 
loined former Terp head coach Lefty Driesell at James Madi- 
son for a 1 992 season that culminated in a bid to the NIT. 

From 1993-96, Dickereon was an assistant coach at 
Radford, where he began constructing his sparkling reputa- 
tion under farmer Maryland assistant coach Ron Bradley. 

A native of Olar S.C. Dickereon earned the team award 
for Greatest Career Contribution in 1 989 and for Most 
Improved Player in 1987. Dave is married to the former 
Laurette Newsom, a 1 991 graduate of Maryland. The couple 
gave birth to their firet child, Dave III, on Oct. 1 9, 2000. 



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Now in his 1 3th season on Gary Williams' coaching 
staff, Jimmy Patsos has been on the sidelines for nearly 
every season of Williams' career at Maryland. One of the 
Terps' three scouting and recruiting coaches, Patsos 
helped guide the Terps in 1 consecutive NCAA Tourna- 
ment appearances - which have included the 2002 
NCAA championship, two trips to the Final Four and 
seven Sweet Sixteen appearances. During his ten- 
ure with the Terrapins, Maryland has finished 
in the top half of the Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference 1 times, won two ACC regu^ 
lar season championships (1 994-95 
and 2001-021 and posted a 
school-record seven-straight 20- 
win seasons. In addition, four play- 
ers (Walt Williams in 1992, Joe 
Smith in 1995. Steve Francis in 
1 999 and Chris Wilcox in 2002) 
have been lottery selections in the 
NBA Draft. 

During his career at Maryland 
Patsos has coached 13 NBA 
Draft choices including first- 
round 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. 

One of the top assistants in the 
nation, Patsos has been a model 
of consistency and longevity for 
the Maryland program. After help- 



ing guide the Terps to the 2002 NCAA title, Patsos was 
lauded in a preseason annual for his loyalty and longtime 
service. He was recognized by ESPN's Andy Katz as a 
"Coach on the Rise" after helping the Terps to sev- 
enth Sweet Sixteen appearance, a fifth Top- 
10 ranking in the final coaches poll and a vic- 
tory over No. 1 Duke in the inaugural season 
at Comcast Center in 2003. 

Coach And 
Mentor 

The 2001-02 season saw 
_^ the focus of Patsos' coaching 
duties shift from supervision 
of the Terps' academic affairs 
to student-athlete recruiting 
and opponent scouting. 
Patsos played a key role 
in the advance scouting 
of opponents from the 
season's opening tip to 
the Terps' NCAA title 
game in Atlanta, and con- 
tinued his duties in 2002-03. 
«5 a recruiter, the coach 
helped Maryland to land a 2002 
class ranked as high as fourth in 
the nation, and a group of new- 
comers for 2003-04 rated as 
high as second in the country. The 
class of 2007 includes several 
top 100 recruits, including 




Patsos File 

Coaching Experience 

1 989- 1 99 1 Archbishop Carroll (D.C.) High School, Assistant Coach 

1 992-preBent University of Maryland, Assistant Coach 

Assistant Coaching Positions 



Year 



School 



Team Accomplishments 



1991-92 



Maryland 



1 992-93 



Maryland 



1993-94 
1994-95 



Maryland 



NCAA Midwest Region Semifinals 



Maryland 



NCAA West Reflion Semifinals 



1995-96 


Maryland 


NCAA West Region First Round 


1996-97 


Maryland 


NCAA Southeast Region First Round 


1997-98 


Maryland 


NCAA West Region Semifinals 


1998-99 


Maryland 


NCAA South Region Semifinals 


1999-00 


Maryland 


NCAA Midwest Region Second Round 


2000-01 


Maryland 


NCAA Final Four, West Region Champions 


2001-02 


Maryland 


NCAA Champions 


2002-03 


Maryland 


NCAA South Region Semifinals 



International Experience 

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

• One-month tour of Australia with junior (15-17) team in August of 1 991 

Playing Experience 

• 1986-89. Catholic University, basketball letterwinner 

Playing Honors 

• Catholic team captain, 1 989 

Personal 

Education: Catholic Universfcy, 1989, B.S. in history 
Date of Birth! October 1 , 1968 



McDonald's All-American and No. 2 shooting guard pros- 
pect Mike Jones, No. 9 power forward Ekene Ibekwe 
and No. 10 center Hassan Fofana. 

Patsos loined the Terrapins as a volunteer assistant 
during the 1 991 -92 season and immediately became an 
integral part of Williams' staff. His numerous responsi- 
bilities have centered on opponent sccuting, on-court 
coaching and the academic development of Maryland's 
players. His role as an academic mentor during his first 
10 seasons on Williams' staff proved prosperous, as 
the teams' overall academic performance improved un- 
der his guidance. 

Prior to his appointment at Maryland, Patsos was 
the assistant coach at Archbishop Carroll High School in 
Washington, D.C. He helped Camoll to a 21-8 record 
and a national ranking of No. 8 during his first season 
before the team lost to the famed DeMatha Catholic 
High School in the city playoffs. Patsos was involved in 
the maturation of Charles Hamison (Wake Forest) and 
Lawrence Moten (Syracuse), both of whom became stars 
on the collegiate level. 

Each summer, Patsos assists in the direction of the 
Gary Williams basketball camp, coordinating counselor 
management, facility and participant scheduling, hous- 
ing, meals and guest speakers. Attendance over the past 
four summers has been the largest in camp history. In 
addition to his work with the Gary Williams camp, he is a 
frequent speaker at camps throughout Maryland, Dela- 
ware and Pennsylvania during the summer months, and 
he coordinates the public speaking engagements of the 
Terps' players. 

From Catholic 
To College Park 

Patsos was a three-year varsity letterwinner at The 
Catholic University of America in Washington, DC. Dur- 
ing his career, the Cardinals posted a record of 51-28. 
Patsos played for the late Jack Bruen, who later led 
Colgate University to a pair of NCAA Division I Tourna- 
ment appearances. 

Catholic won four regular-season tournament cham- 
pionships during Patsos' career, including the 1989 
Manhattanville Tournament. Patsos scored a career-high 
1 7 points and grabbed a career-high 1 4 rebounds in the 
championship game to lead the Cardinals to a 1 06-99 
victory over Manhattanville. Other top games during his 
senior season included 12 points and five rebounds vs. 
Frastburg State, 1 rebounds at Scranton and 1 2 points 
and nine rebounds against St. Mary's (Md.). 

As a junior, Patsos recorded season highs of 1 4 points 
against Upsala and 1 1 rebounds against Washington Col- 
lege. He scored 1 2 points and grabbed five rebounds to 
lead Catholic to the championship of the Alfred Univer- 
sity Chanty Cage Classic with a 90-88 victory over the 
host Saxons. The Cardinals were 1 8-8 during both his 
junior and senior years, then a school record for victo- 
ries in a single season. 

Patsos' teammate during the 1 987 and 1 988 sea- 
sons was current Catholic head coach Mike Lonergan, 
who has led the Cardinals to the Sweet Sixteen of the 
past four NCAA Division III tournaments, including a na- 
tional title in 2001 . 

A native of Boston, Mass., who grew up attending 
games at the Boston Garden, Patsos earned his 
bachelor's degree in history from Catholic in 1989. A 
brother, Chris, captained the Florida Southemi baseball 
team to the 19B1 NCAA Division II World Series cham- 
pionship. 



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Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 199S, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
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Now in his third season on the sidelines of his 
alma mater, former Terrapin Matt Kovarik has al- 
ready experienced success in the coaching ranks. A 
steady, defense-oriented guard, Kovank lettered 
from 1 994-98 under Gary Williams and finished his 
collegiate career with what was then a Maryland 
record nine appearances in NCAA Tournament 
games. Now in a different capacity, a Sweet Six- 
teen appearance and a march to the national title 
can be added to Kovarik's impressive list of 
postseason accolades. 

In his first two seasons, the Terrapins 
have compiled a 53-14 (.791) record 
two Top 2 finishes in the ACC and 
two Top 1 final rankings in the 
coaches poll. Maryland has made 
two NCAA Tournament show- 
ings, two trips to the Sweet Six- 
teen and one appearance in the 
Final Four en route to the 2002 
championship. 

Kovank was the first player in 
Maryland history to play on five 
straight teams that finished in the 
top half of the ACC. He concluded 
his career after playing in 1 29 
games, which trails only the elite 
company of Juan Dixon (141 
Steve Blake (138), Drew 
Nicholas (1 38), Lonny Baxter 
(138), Mike Mardesich 
(137), Terence Morris 
(136) and Len Bias (131 
in the Terrapin record 
book. 

As a freshman, Kovarik 
was an honorable mention 
pick for the ACC All-Fresh- 
man team, and as a sopho- 





more was part of the Terps' 1995 ACC regular 
season championship. He played on NCAA Tourna- 
ment teams in 1 994, 1 995. 1 997 and 1 998, help- 
ing the Terps advance to the Sweet Sixteen three 
times. 



To Laiv School 
And Back Again 

Kovank, who recently completed 
his first year of law school, began his 
coaching career in summer 20D1 , as- 
suming the role of helping the student- 
athletes manage their day-to-day 
schedules. Kovank works with 
the Maryland players and the 
athletics department's Aca- 
demic Support and Career 
Development unit to ensure 
that the 
team's aca- 
demic responsi- 
k bilities are met. 
* Over the course of 
his first two sea- 
sons, he also con- 
tributed to the program's ad- 
vance scouting and on-the-court 
coaching, which he will continue in 
2003-04. 

As the co-dinectop of the Gary 
lams summer basketball camp, 
Kovank coordinates the manage- 
ment of the coaches, the schedul- 
ing of the facilities, housing, meals 
and guest speakers. Kovank was 
largely responsible for the oversight 
of the 2002 and 2003 summer 
camps, which boasted the largest at- 



Kovarik File 

Coaching Experience 

20D1 -present University of Maryland, Assistant Coach 

Assistant Coaching Positions 

Year School Team Accomplishments 



2001-02 



Mapyland 



NCAA Ch ampions 



2002-03 



Maryland 



NCAA South Region Semifinals 



Playing Experience 

< 1994-98, University of Maryland, basketball letterwinner 

• Appearances in nine NCAA Tournament games 

• 1 29 games is sixth in Maryland history 



Playing Honors 

> Honorable mention ACC All-Freshman team, 

• ACC All-Academtc team, 1 997 

• Maryland scholar-athlete, 1 996-98 



1994 



Persona/ 

Education: University of Maryland, 1998, B.S. in business 

University of Maryland Law School, one year 
Date of Birth: January 24, 1 975 




■land Man's Basketball 



tendance numbers in camp history following the 
Terps' 1 0th straight NCAA tournament appearance. 

A member of the AII-ACC Academic team as a 
junior, Kovank won the Terps' scholar-athlete award 
in three consecutive seasons from 1 996 to 1 998. 
Following commencement Kovank worked for Xerox 
in New York City for two years before attending the 
University of Maryland School of Law 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 player that could guard 
anyone from a point guard to a small forward," com- 
mented Williams on Kovank's style of play. "He has a 
very good knowledge of the game, and relates well 
to our players." 

Five NCAA Tourney 
Teams 

Kovarik averaged 2.4 points, 2.0 assists and 1 .7 
rebounds while playing 1 5 minutes per game dunng 
his senior campaign with the Terps. Maryland fin- 
ished 21-1 1 in his senior season, capping a career 
that saw Maryland post five straight winning sea- 
sons and five straight NCAA Tournament appear- 
ances. The Terrapins were 1 03-55 during his five- 
year careen 

The Greensboro, N.C., native played just five 
games of the 1 996 season after suffering a stress 
fracture in his nght 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. 

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




Flashback: A young Matt Kovank. during his freshman 
season (rightJ with assistant coach Jimmy Patsos in 
1994, as the Terps made their run to the first of 10 
consecutive NCAA Tournament berths. 



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A DECADE DF DOMINANCE 

£002 National Champions 

Final Four ' 5001 , 9002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994. 1995. 199B. 1999. 2001, 2002. 2003 

NCAA Appearances > 1994, 1995. 199B, 1997. 1998, 1399, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 





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Director of 

Basketball 

Operations 

♦ Maryland '90 

♦ Eighth Year at 
Maryland 




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

Wainwright is responsible for all internal op- 
erations of the basketball program and serves 
as a liaison to the athletic department includ- 
ing Deborah Yow, Maryland's director of ath- 
letics. He IS involved in the day-to-day opera- 
tions of the team, including budgetary mat- 
ters, team travel, on-campus housing and 
dining contracts. In addition, Wainwright is 
responsible for non-conference scheduling 
and works with the conference office to co- 
ordinate the Terps' ACC schedule. 

A native of Berlin, Md., Wainwright has 
played an integral role in the Terps' suc- 
cess since his arrival. The Terps have ap- 
peared tn the NCAA Tournament seven 
times, advanced to the semifinals of the 
ACC Tournament six times and have av- 
eraged nearly 25 wins during his seven 
seasons with the team. In 2GG3, 1998 
and 1 999 the Terps advanced to the Sweet 
Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament, and in 
1999, Maryland won 28 games and was 
ranked fifth in the nation. In 1 998, the Terps 
played the nation's toughest schedule accord- 
ing to the Sagarin ratings and were ranked 1 5th 
in the final national polls. In 9GG1 , the Terps 
advanced to the Final Four and were ranked No. 
4 in final rankings by USA Today/ESPN, and of 
course, in 2G02 the Maryland basketball family 
captured its first-ever national championship 
finished with a No. 1 ranking. 

Among Wainwright's chief 
responsibilities is the adminis- 
tration of team travel plans. 
Wainwright coordinates all 
transportation (air and ground) 
as well as hotel accommoda- 
tions. During his tenure, Wain- 
wright has successfully coor- 
dinated travel to seven NCAA 
Tournaments, seven ACC 
Tournaments, Hawaii, Puerto 
Rico and Madison Square Gar- 
den, as well as every regular- 
season game. Wainwright suc- 
cessfully directed the Terra- 
pins up and down the East 
Coast during the aGG2 NCAA 
championship run, and to 
Nashville and San Antonio as 
part of Maryland's 9GG3 
Sweet Sixteen campaign. 

Wainwright serves as the 
director of the annual Gary 
Williams golf tournament that 
raises money to endow schol- 
arships for the basketball pro- 
gram. The tournament has 






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raised more than S2DD,000 during the seven years since 

Wainwright's arrival. As tournament director, Wainwright 

helps solicit sponsorships and participants, and helps with 

course management on the day of the event. In addition, 

he coordinates team and individual player awards and a 

^ silent auction. 

Wainwright also serves as the co-director of 
the Gary Williams basketball camp each sum- 
mer. He helps coordinate virtually every as- 
j pact of the camp including housing, meals 

/ and camp speakers. The 2002 and 2003 

Gary Williams camps were the largest in its 
history, attracting more than 1 ,200 over- 
night campers each over a three-week pe- 
riod in the last two summers. 

A Terp 
Returns 

Wainwright received his bachelor of 
science degree in sociology from the 
University of Maryland in 1990. Af- 
ter graduating from Maryland he 
worked as an account manager with 
the Washington Bullets from 1 992- 
1 994 and as an advertising account 
executive at the Washington Times 
from 1994-96. 

Wainwright served as head man- 
ager for the basketball team during 
Williams' first season at Maryland, 
1 990, and accompanied the Terps as they 
advanced to the second round of the National 
Invitation Tournament. He served as an assistant 
manager for the three years preceding Williams' 
arrival in College Park. 



XA/ainw/rlght File 

Experience 

1996-present University of Maryland, Director of Basketball Operations 

Operations Positions 

Ysar School Team Aecp rn plishmants 



1996-97 



Maryland 



1997-98 



199B-99 



Maryland 



NCAA S out heast Region First Round 



Maryland 



NCAA We st Region Sem ifi nals 
NCAA S outh Region Sem ifinals 



1 999-00 
2000-01 


Maryland 
Maryland 


NCAA Midwest Region Second Round 
NCAA Final Four, West Region Champions 


2001 -OS 


Maryland 


NCAA Champions 


2002-03 


Maryland 


NCAA South Region Semifinals 



Previous Experience 

< 1 9BB-90, University of Maryland, Team Manager 

Personal 

Education; University of Maryland, 1990, B.S., sociology 

Date Of Bipth: June 7, 1967 

Family: Wife Noelle (married, August 10, 2002), Son: Galium (born June 12, 2003) 




= A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four ' 2001 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1334. 1995. 1998, 1999. 2001. 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1394, 1995, 1996, 1997, 199S, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



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Graduate 
Assistant 

♦ Chicago '99 

♦ First Year at 

Maryland 



Andrew Novick loins the Terrapin staff this season, 
making his return to basketball after three years in corpo- 
rate America and a stmt as the assistant varsity basket- 
ball coach at Cheverus High School in Portland, Maine. 
Novick. who hails from the same hometown and attended 
the same high school as current Terrapin Nik Caner-Med- 
ley, assumes Maryland basketball's inaugural graduate as- 
sistant position after being introduced to the program during 
the 2003 Gary Williams Basketball Camp. 

Novick, who IS also currently pursuing a MBA in 
Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business, assists in 
the day-to-day activities of the basketball office. Novick's 
responsibilities include: supporting recruiting, assisting in 
the management of Coach Williams' daily schedule, super- 
vising the student-managers and assisting in operations. 

After earning a varsity letter and captaining Deenng 
High's basketball team, Novick earned a bachelor's degree 
in political science from the University of Chicago in 1 999. 
During his college years he managed and coached in the 
Yes! To Youth program in Portland, Maine, a basketball 
clinic that serves approximately 400 middle and high 
schoolers annually. 

Novick resides in College Park. 





Athletic 
Trainer 

♦ Florida State '69 

♦ 32nd Year at 

Maryland 



J.J. Bush IS in his 1 1th season as the athletic trainer for 
Gary Williams and the Terrapin men's basketball program. The 
past 1 1 years represents his second stmt working with the 
program for this University of Maryland 30- Year Service Award 
winner, as he was also the team's trainer from 1 972-1976. 

As the trainer for the basketball team. Bush coordinates 
the daily medical treatments for all the players and supervises 
all rehabilitative efforts m cases of mjury. In the last 1 G years 
Bush has accompanied the Terrapins to 1 NCAA Tournaments, 
including 1 1 Sweet Sixteen appearances, two Final Fours and 
the national title game in 2002. 

Bush came to the university m 1 972 as an assistant trainer 
and began working immediately with the men's basketball team. 
The team won the Atlantic Coast Conference regular season 
championship m 1 975 and averaged 23 wins per season dur- 
ing his first stmt. 

From 1 97B until 1 992. Bush served as the head trainer of 
Che Terrapin football team, which claimed four ACC champion- 
ships and played m nine bowl games during that era. In 1992 
he returned to Cole Field House and the basketball team as an 
assistant to the athletics director. 

In addition to his training duties. Bush teaches basic and 
advanced courses on care and prevention of athletic injuries in 
Maryland's College of Health and Human Performance, and is a 
frequent lecturer throughout the mid-Atlantic region of the 
United States. 

Bush IS active m the National Athletic Trainers Association 
IN ATA], and has worked extensively within the organization on 
improving athletic training methods. He has served on the gov- 
ernmental affairs commttee at the national level and is a past 
president of the Maryland Athletic Trainers Association. 

A native of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Bush, 56, graduated from 
■^londa State University m 1 969. He and his wife Gina have two 
-h,irjr.or, a.~,.^ri^^ 2000 Msryland grad and Jordan, a sopho- 
: f' r r:5:e and reside in Universrt:y Park. 







Strength & 
Conditioning 
Coach 

♦ Maryland '96 

♦ Fourth Year at 

Maryland 



Class of 1 99B Maryland grad Craig Fitzgerald is in his 
first season as Terrapin basketball's strength and condi- 
tioning coach. Fitzgerald, who was a three-year letterwinner 
at tight end for the Terrapin football program, returned to 
his alma mater as an assistant strength coach in 2000 
and took the role as Maryland basketball's strength coach 
this past spring. 

Fitzgerald works with Maryland's men's basketball play- 
ers in the preseason and throughout the year to improve 
the Terps' levels of performance and reduce the risk of 
iniury He works with the Maryland coaching staff to imple- 
ment a training program that emphasizes strength, speed, 
flexibility and conditioning, enabling the Terrapins to play 
the up-tempo style of basketball that has become Gary 
Williams' trademark. 

One of eight Terrapin alumni on the basketball staff, 
Fitzgerald has spent the last four years as the head strength 
and conditioning coach for Maryland's men's lacrosse, wres- 
tling and women's volleyball programs, while assisting Dwight 
Gait with the strength and conditioning program of Che 
Terps' football spuad. 

As a player, Fitzgerald was a four-time dean's list and 
ACC Honor Roll member. He graduated with a double de- 
gree in Government S Politics and History in May of 1 99B, 
and held strength posts at The Catholic University of 
America and Arizona State University before returning to 
his alma mater. 

Fitzgerald lives with his wife Mary in University Park, 
Md. 



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2002 National Champions 
Final Four • 2001 , 2002 
Sweet Sixteen • 1994. 1995. 1998. 1999. 2001. 2002. 2003 
NCAA Appearances ' 1994. 1995. 199B. 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 



2003 



Maryland Men's BasketbatCj tU T 



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Video 
Director 

♦ Maryland '95 

♦ Eighth Year at 

Maryland 



Pat Shannon is in his fifth season directing video ser- 
vices for the men's basketball team. Shannon, who was 
promoted in January 2001 to head the coaches' video and 
production needs of the Maryland athletics department, is 
in his eighth year at the university and has worked with 
Gary Williams' staff since 1 999. 

As the video director for men's basketball, Shannon's 
specific duties include: breakdown and editing of opponent 
game film and scout tapes; filming all Maryland games; ed- 
iting self -scout tapes and player clips; overseeing film ex- 
change and coordinating the acquisition, dubbing and man- 
agement of the opponent game film library. Shannon also 
provides support for the basketball staff at the Gary Will- 
iams summer basketball camps, the Gary Williams Golf Invi- 
tational and the annual season honors banquet. 

Shannon has accompanied the Terps to their last four 
NCAA Tournaments, including Maryland's two Final Four 
appearances. Throughout the year he works to oversee 
the video needs of the athletics department's 27 intercol- 
legiate sports programs with the exception of day-to-day 
football duties. During the Comcast Center construction 
project. Shannon oversaw the design and implementation 
of the video operation and production facility, including the 
video boards used during Maryland athletics department 
events and other university-wide activities. 

A natwe of Cleveland, Ohio, Shannon received a degree in 
journalism from Maryland in 1 995 He resides in Waldorf, Md 




Admin. 
Assistant 
to the 
Head Coach 

♦ 1 Bth Year at 
Maryland 



Cleo Long-Thomas is in her 14th season as the admin- 
istrative assistant to head coach Gary Williams and hen 
1 6th year overall at the University of Maryland. She coor- 
dinates the professional schedules of Coach Williams and 
assists the coaching staff. In addition, she is responsible 
for the overall administration and the day-to-day manage- 
rial duties of the basketball office. 

Long-Thomas coordinates Williams' schedule for depart- 
mental meetings, out-of-town speaking engagements and 
appearances. She also coordinates travel arrangements 
for the entire coaching staff. During the season, she pro- 
duces the daily practice plans for the coaching staff and is 
responsible for all of the senior day activities at the final 
home game of each season. In the postseason, Long-Tho- 
mas plans and coordinates the Terps' annual honors ban- 
quet including all invitations, decorations, seating and ban- 
quet room setup. The original administrative coordinator 
of the Gary Williams Basketball 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: Tyrone, 35, Jabari, 29, and 
Raven, 20. Tyrone and his wife Yolanda have given Long- 
Thomas two grandchildren, T.J., 7, and Jovan, 3. 



Support Staff 






Geoff 
Gilbert 

Massage 
Specialist 



Julia 
Fletcher 

Office 
Assistant 



Brian Sean 

Cavanaugh Parker 

Head Head 

Manager Manager 



Kenny 
Beaver 

Manager 



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Michael 
Czan 

Manager 



Blair Ohin 
Donahue Gaston 

Manager Manager 



Brent Jamie Matt 
Hartman Hollander Holmes 

Manager Manager Manager 




Admin. 
Assistant 
to the 
Assistant 
Coaches 

♦ Maryland '93 

♦ Fifth Year at 

Maryland 

Carole Bucco is in her fifth yean working with the Uni- 
versity of Maryland men's basketball program, serving as 
the administrative assistant to the assistant coaches for 
recruiting. 

Bucco coordinates all recruiting correspondence and 
mail-outs to prospective Maryland basketball players. In 
addition, she assists the coaches in preparation of scout- 
ing reports and with film exchange throughout the season 
and is responsible for assisting in the coordination, plan- 
ning and registration of the annual Gary Williams summer 
basketball camp. 

Bucco graduated from the University of Maryland in 
1 993, Upon commencement, she worked for the Univer- 
sity of Maryland, University College for two years, and then 
for two small companies before returning to her alma mater 

Bucco IS a resident of Columbia, Md. 



efaratti 




Assistant 

Equipment 

Manager 

♦ Maryland '01 

♦ Third Year at 

Maryland 



One of the eight men's basketball staff members to have 
attended the University of Maryland, Mike Cefaratti is now 
in his third season as the equipment manager for the men's 
basketball team, Cefaratti graduated with a family studies 
degree in 2001 after attending nearby DeMatha High School. 

Cefaratti's chief responsibilities include ordering and is- 
suing game uniforms and practice gear for the squad, and 
laundry services for the team at home and on the road. 
Cefaratti traveled with the Terrapins to the last two NCAA 
Tournaments, including the entire run to the 2002 NCAA 
title. 

A four-year student- manager with the football team 
under Maryland head equipment manager Ron Ohringer, 
Cefaratti was made a full-time member of the athletics 
staff after his graduation. In addition to his responsibilities 
with the men's basketball team, he serves as the equip- 
ment manager for the women's basketball, wrestling, vol- 
leyball, field hockey and Softball teams. 

Cefaratti resides in Laurel with his fiancee Meghann Abell. 



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Travis Garrison 


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John Gilchrist 


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Mike Gnnnon 


67 


Chris McCrav 


70 


Darien Henry 


73 


Will Bowers 


74 


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75 


Ekene Ibekwe 


76 


Mike Jones 


77 


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DECADE DF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions .^ 

Final Four ' 3001 . 2002 -' 

Sweet Sixteen < 19B4. 1995. 199B. 1999. 2001. 2002. 2003 
NCAA Appearances '1994. 1995. 1996. 1997. 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 

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On Smith: Maryland's lone senior in 2003-04 who was an impact reserve 

last season as a transfer from Allegany Community Col 

lege ... represents the Terps' top returning rebounder 

and scorer (tied with Nik Caner-Medley) .., a quick post / 

player and explosive finisher with tremendous leaping 

ability ... can play both power forward and center ... 

one of the strongest Terps with a 300-pound bench 

press ... third player in four years to join the Terps 

from Allegany, following Ryan Randle and Houston 

Rockets all-star Steve Francis. 



Williams on Smith; "Jamar is our only senior. I thought 
he had a good year as a transfer from junior col- 
lege. Now he has to step up to be a leader as a 
senior, and continue to improve his game." 

As a Junior in SOOS-03: Power forward who 
played in 30 of the Terps' 31 games, loining Tah| 
Holden. Ryan Randle and Travis Garrison to form a 
four-man interior rotation ... averaged 5.9 points per 
game, 3.9 rebounds per game and shot .481 from field in his 
first season as a Terrapin ... averaged 7.0 ppg, 3.7 rpg and 
shot .714 from the floor in three NCAA tournament games ... 
went B-for-B from field in the Terps' second-round victory over 
Xavier (March 23), finishing with 12 points off the bench ... led 
the Terps in rebounding in five games, including a season-high 
1 rebounds while helping lead the Terps over NC State (Jan. 
30) while playing a season-high 26 minutes ... scored B3 points, 
grabbed 30 rebounds and made 29 of 51 (.5B9) from the field 
across the last eight games of the season ... contributed 13 
points (B-of-7 from field), four rebounds and two blocks in 1 5 
minutes vs. Clemson (Feb. 25) ... netted eight points (4-of-4 
from field) and grabbed four rebounds in 1 5 minutes off the 
bench vs. North Carolina (Feb. 22) ... scored eight points on 
3-of-4 shooting and collected six rebounds in the Terps' win 
over No. 1 -ranked Duke at Comcast Center (Jan. 18) ... 
scored a career-high 1 7 points on 7-of-9 shooting and added 
six rebounds in a non-conference win over Hampton (Jan. 8) 
... played 21 minutes against Georgia Tech (Dec. 29) 
registering a team-high eight rebounds in his first ACC 
game ... scored four points and led all players with nine 
rebounds during the Terps' 97-49 win over The Cita- 
del (Nov. 27) ... scored on a 3-point play with 9:47 
remaining in the second half against Miami (Dhio) 
(Nov. 24) for his first points in a Terrapin uniform. 

At Allegany CC: First team NJCAA Ail-American 
who played two seasons at Allegany Community 
College in Cumberland, Md. ... averaged 17.9 
points and 12,B rebounds at Allegany in 2002 





while leading the Troians to a 32-4 record overall, a 17-0 league 
record and their second-straight Maryland JUCD championship „, 
named first team JUCD All-Region and first team All-Maryland 
among junior colleges ... quick, athletic leaper who was called the 
nation's best JC transfer rebounder by The Sporting News ... 
helped the Troians to their second-straight Maryland JUCD title 
and national tournament appearance by winning M'v'P honors 
in the Maryland state tournament ... had 2B 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, aver- 
aged 21 .8 points by scoring 22, 19, 20 and 28 
points in successive games ... combined for 37 re- 
bounds in the semifinal and final games ... averaged 8,1 
points and 5.5 rebounds as a freshman in 2001 while play- 
ing beside former Terp Ryan Randle as Allegany played for 
the National Junior College championship ... JUCD coach 
was Bob Kirk. 







High School: Graduated from Overbrook High School in 
2000 ... four-year starter where he averaged 25 points, 
14 rebounds, three blocks and four assists per game, 
and was heralded as a prep All-American by Street S 
Smith Magazine ... was his team's MVP and named to all- 
state and All-South Jersey teams ... scored over 1 ,800 
points with over 1 ,000 rebounds in his career ... played 
for coach Chuck Marciano. 

Personal: Alsheem Jamar Smith ... bom Dec. 5, 1 980 
,,. son of Dawn and Carlton Henry ... has one younger 
^ sister, Andrea (14) ... lists his favorite athlete as 
Tracy McGrady ... majoring in art studio. 



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Smith Up Close... 

Nickname: My grandfather used to call 

me "Sweetness," 
CD in my CD Player Most; Anything by Jay-Z 
Hero/Hole Model; My mom, because I can 

always count on her. 
The best thing about Maryland is: It is an 

"undercover" campus. It looks like a quiet 

place, but it's really not. 
What do you want to accomplish this 

season? Win a national championship, 

because I don't have a ring yet. 




Smith's Career Statistics 

Year GP-GS Min.-Avg. FQ-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet, 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg, 


PF-0 


AsC 


To 


B/k 


St 


Pts,-Avg. 


2002-03 30-0 421-14.0 76-158 


.481 


0-1 


.000 


24-44 


.545 


38-82 


118-3.9 


48-0 


9 


30 


17 


13 


176-5.9 


Smith's ACC Statistics 

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


Pet, 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet, 


Ofl-OR 


Reb-Avg, 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2002-03 15-0 222-14.8 34-81 


.420 


0-0 


.000 


14-26 


.538 


20-39 


59-3.9 


27-0 


7 


16 


10 


8 


82-5.5 


Smith's NCAA Tournament Statistics 

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


Pet, 


FT-A 


Pet, 


OR-OR 


Rsb-Avg, 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


B/k 


St 


Pts,-Avg, 


2002-03 3-0 43-14.3 10-14 


.714 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


2-9 


11-3.7 


7-0 





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2002 National C/iampons 

Final Four • 20D1 , 2009 

Sweet Sixteen > 1334. 1935, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCM Appearances ' 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



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Smith's S0aS-03 Game-by-Game Statistics CJuniorJ 

Date Opponent G-GS M/n. FG-A Pet. 3FS./> Pet, FT-A Pet, 0-0 Tot PF A 


TO 


B 


s 


Pts 


N24 Miami (0,1 


1-D 


13 


1-2 


.500 


D-0 


om 


1-1 1 


000 


0-2 


2 

















3 


N97 The Citadel 


1-0 


IB 


2-B 


.250 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


000 


2-7 


9 


1 





2 


1 


1 


4 


N3D Duquesne 


1-0 


18 


2-8 


.250 


0-0 


000 


3-4 


750 


0-2 


2 


1 





1 





1 


7 


D3 vs, Indiana 


1-0 


6 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


030 


oo 





2 





2 











D7 vs. Notre Dame 


1-0 


5 


2-2 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


txio 


2-1 


3 











1 





4 


D8 vs. GW 


1-0 


8 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


000 


1-1 


2 


1 





2 











DM Flonda 


1-0 


4 


1-1 


.000 


0-0 


OCX] 


0-0 


000 


0-1 


1 

















2 


D23 UMBC 


1-0 


18 


5-7 


.714 


0-1 


000 


2-4 


500 


0-8 


6 


3 





2 


2 


1 


12 


D2B Georgia Tech 


1-0 


21 


3-B 


.500 


0-0 


000 


0-1 


mo 


2-B 


8 


2 


1 


2 





1 


8 


J4 Weqner 


1-0 


18 


3-10 


.300 


0-0 


om 


0-0 


mo 


4-5 


9 


2 














8 


J8 Hampton 


1-0 


18 


7-9 


.778 


0-0 


OCX) 


3-5 


em 


2-4 


8 


2 











2 


17 


J11 Florida State 


dnp 










1 


J15 at Wake Forest 


1-0 


16 


2-6 


.333 


0-0 


om 


2-2 1 


000 


2-1 


3 


2 


2 


1 








6 


Jia Duke 


1-0 


IB 


3-4 


.750 


0-0 


000 


2-2 1 


mo 


2-4 


6 


2 





2 








B 


J22 at North Carolina 


1-0 


14 


1-B 


.167 


0-0 


000 


0-1 


000 


0-4 


4 


2 


1 





1 





2 


J25 atClemson 


1-0 


10 


2-3 


.667 


0-0 


occ 


0-0 


mo 


0-2 


2 


2 





3 





2 


4 


J3D NC State 


1-0 


26 


2-9 


.222 


0-0 


OCX) 


2-2 1 


rao 


4-6 


10 


1 


1 


S 


1 





6 


F2 Lovola (Md.l 


1-0 


17 


5-8 


.625 


OD 


OCD 


0-0 


mo 


1-4 


5 


1 


1 


3 


a 





10 


FB Virginia 


1-0 


4 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


OCX) 


0-0 


mo 


0-0 











1 


2 








F9 at Georqia Tech 


1-0 


11 


2-7 


.286 


0-0 


000 


1-2 


5m 


2-0 


2 


2 





1 








5 


F12 at Flonda State 


1-0 


15 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


000 


1-2 


500 


2-0 


2 


2 








2 





5 


F17 Wake Forest 


1-0 


10 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


mo 


0-2 


2 


2 





2 








2 


F19 at Duke 


1-0 


11 


1-3 


,333 


0-0 


000 


2-3 


687 


1-3 


4 


3 


1 











4 


F22 North Carolina 


1-0 


15 


4-4 


1,000 


0-0 


000 


0-1 


000 


1-3 


4 


1 


1 


1 


1 


a 


B 


F25 Clemson 


1-0 


15 


6-7 


.857 


0-0 


000 


1-2 


500 


0-4 


4 


2 





1 


2 


2 


13 


M2 at NC State 


1-0 


19 


3-9 


.333 


0-0 


000 


1-4 


250 


2-2 


4 


3 














7 


MS at Virginia 


1-0 


19 


2-10 


.200 


0-0 


000 


2-4 


500 


2-2 


4 


1 








1 


1 


B 


M14 vs. N. Caralina-ACC 


1-0 


13 


4-7 


.571 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


om 


2-1 


3 


1 


1 


1 








8 


M21 vs. UNCW-NCAA 


1-0 


7 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


000 


0-1 


om 


1-3 


4 


2 














2 


M23 vs, Xavier-NCAA 


1-0 


15 


8-6 


1.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


om 


0-2 


2 


4 





1 








12 


MSB vs. Mich. St.-NCAA 


1-0 


21 


3-6 


.500 


0-0 


000 


1-1 1 


ono 


1-4 


5 


1 








1 





7 


1 



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Career Highs 

Category 1 Opponent/Date 


Points 


17 


vs. Hampton, 1-8-03 


FG 


7 


vs. Hampton, 1-B-03 


PGA 


9 


vs. Hampton, 1-B-03 


3FGA 


1 


vs. UMBC, 12-23-02 


R 


3 


vs. Hampton, 1-B-03 




3 


vs. Duquesne, 11-30-02 


FTA 


5 


vs. Hampton, 1-8-03 


Rebounds 


10 


vs. NC State, 1-30-03 


Assists 


2 


at Wake Forest, 1-15-03 


Blocks 


2 


vs. Clemson, 2-25-03 




2 


vs. Loyola, 2-2-03 




2 


vs, UMBC, 12-23-02 


Steals 


2 


vs. Clemson, 2-25-03 




2 


atClemson, 1-25-03 




2 


vs, Hampton, 1-8-03 


Minutes 


26 


vs. NC State, 1-30-03 




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♦ Portland, Maine 

♦ Deering H.S. 

♦ B-8, 233 

♦ Sophomore, 1V 

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2002 National Champions 
Final Four ' 2001 . 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances • 1994. 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000. 2001, 2002 



Maryland Men's Baskap 



On Caner-Medley; Maryland's versatile returning starter at the small forward posi- 
tion ... an aggressive, slashing scorer who owns a shooter's touch and the ability to 
hit from long range ... left-hander possesses great ball-handling skills for a player his 
size ... was the first freshman to become a regular starter for the Terps since Steve 
Blake during the 1 999-2000 season ... ties Jamar Smith in representing the Terps' 
top returning scorer and returns as the second-leading rebounder ... fully recovered 
from an ankle injury suffered during the Terps' NCAA Sweet Sixteen game against 
Michigan State ... one of three Maryland players from the state of Maine in school 
history, including Gary Williams' teammate Joe Harrington and Jon MacDonald in the 
late igSDs ... named the inaugural winner of the LeFrak Scholarship. 

Williams on Caner-Medley: "Nik had a very good freshman year. He started 
quite a few games and showed great potential. We're looking forward for 
Nik to have an outstanding sophomore year." 

As a Freshman in SQOS-03: Became first true freshman to start 
a game at Maryland since Steve Blake in 1999-00, totaling IB 
starts in 31 games ... shared time with Calvin McCall at small 
forward, averaging 5.9 ppg and 3.5 rpg in his first colle- 
giate season ... averaged B.O ppg and 2.0 rpg in the Terps' 
three NCAA Tournament games despite missing most of 
the Michigan State tilt (March 2B) after injuring his ankle 
... started nine of the team's last 1 1 games ... shot 20- 
of-33 (.6061 from the field across the Terps' last eight 
games ... contributed 1 2 points and two rebounds in NCAA 
Tournament opening win over UNO Wilmington (March 21 
... added nine points and five rebounds in Maryland's ACC 
quarterfinal game vs. North Carolina (Feb. 22) ... after seven games 
as a reserve, returned to starting lineup vs. Florida State (Feb. 
121, playing 17 minutes and grabbing four rebounds ... made nine 
straight starts before coming off the bench to score eight against 
No. 1 Duke (Jan. 161 ... registered career highs for points 
(14). FG (71. FGA (141 and minutes (261 coming off the bench 
at Georgia Tech (Feb. 9) ... led the team in rebounds (7, includ- 
ing five offensive) and also had seven points in 1 B minutes off 
the bench against Virginia (Feb. 61 ... scored nine points on 
4-of-5 shooting, with three rebounds, three assists and 
five steals vs. NC State (Jan. 301 ... collected six re- 
bounds in 1 2 minutes in the Terps' gritty road win at 
Clemson (Jan. 251 .. . made first career start against 
Notre Dame (Dec. 7), contributing eight points, 
seven rebounds and four steals in 22 minutes 
in the BBST Classic opening round ... started 
the second game of the BBST Classic, scor- 
ing five points with two rebounds in 1 B min- 
utes against George Washington (Dec. Bl 

High School: Graduated from Deering 
High School in 2002 ... named 
player of the year in Maine and 
was tabbed the state's top- 
rated player following his junior 
year as well ... NHSCA Boys 
Basketball Athlete of the Year 





named the state's Mr. Basketball and the Gatorade Player of the Year ... a Top 
1 00 national recruit who steadily drew more attention as his career 
progressed ... a finalist for the McDonald's All-America team ... 
remarkable scoring as a senior, tallying a school-record 51 points 
vs. South Portland (Feb. 1 21 ... scored 47 points in consecutive 
games, had one game with 46 and another with 44 during his 
final prep campaign ... scored 39 points in a regional final game, 
and scored 26 points in a state championship defeat to Brunswick 
... led the Rams to back-to-back Western Maine titles, twice 
falling in the state finals ... led the state in scoring in 
back-to-back seasons, with a 38.5-point aver- 
age in 2002 and a 2B.8-point clip in 2001 ... 
Deering's career scoring leader with 1,641 
points ... also led the Southern Maine Athletic 
Association (SMAAl as a senior with 15.6 
rebounds and 4.2 steals per game, and 
added 4.6 assists ... posted 12.7 re- 
bounds. 4.4 steals and 4.1 assists as a 
lunior under coach Mike Francoeur ... 
first-team all-state as a lunior and se- 
nior, leading the SMAA in points and re- 
bounds both seasons ... led his team to 
a 40-5 record in his last two seasons 
... played guard until his lunior year of 
high school after he grew five inches ... was 
a wide receiver in football as a freshman at 
Deering ... competed at the Capital Classic with 
Maryland teammates Travis Garrison, John Gilchrist 
and Chris McCray. 

Personal; Niklas Anthony Caner-Medley ... born on Oct. 

20, 1 983 ... son of Joe Medley and Janet Caner ... younger 

brother is Patrick (121 ... featured in Sports ///ustrated's 

Faces In The Crowd during his senior year of high school ... 

high honor roll student in high school played summer AAU 

''' ball for Los Angeles-based Pump "N Run, where he stayed 

with his grandparents, Ed and Gloria Medley ... once played 

summer basketball in the Rucker Park League in Harlem where 

he played beside former Terps Byron Mouton and Steve Francis. 

and played against Kobe Bryant ... mapring in letters & sciences. 




Caner-Medley 
Up Close... 

Since coming to Maryland I've 

learned: Hard work pays off. 
Favorite sports teams: Miami 

Dolphins and L.A. Lakers, 
One word to describe me on the 

court is: Determined. 
One word to describe me off the 

court is: Focused. 
Favorite Quote: "Live every day as 

if it is your last." 






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Caner-Medley's Career Statistics 

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


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg, 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pt5.-Avg. 


2009-03 31-1B 513-16.7 74-13B ,536 


10-27 


.370 


25-43 


.581 


50-60 


110-3.5 


65-1 


30 


29 


20 


37 


183-5.9 


Caner-Medley's ACC Statistics 

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


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2002-03 16-9 25B-1B.0 3B-B7 .537 


6-14 


.499 


B-15 


.533 


25-27 


52-3.3 


41-1 


19 


16 


B 


23 


86-5.4 


Caner-Medley's NCAA Tournament Statistics 

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


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2002-03 3-2 59-19.7 8-12 .687 


1-2 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


3-3 


B-2.0 


4-0 


2 


9 


3 





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2002 National Champions f 

Final Four -2001, 2002 J 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, S003 i 

NCAA Appearances ' 1994. 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 '^'^ 




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Career Highs 

Category i Opponent/Date 


Points 


14 


vs. Georgia Tech, 2-9-03 




FG 


7 


vs. Geonqia Tech, 2-9-03 




FGA 


14 


vs. Geonqia Tech, 2-9-03 




3FG 


2 


vs. Duke, 1-1B-03 




3FGA 


3 


vs. Duke, 1 -18-03 




FT 


4 


vs. The Citadel, 11-27-02 






4 


VB, Duquesne, 11-30-02 




FTA 


7 


vs. The Citadel, 11-27-02 






7 


vs. Duquesne, 11-30-02 




Rebounds 


8 


vs. UMBC, 12-23-02 






8 


vs. Duquesne, 11-30-02 




Assists 


3 


at Duke, 2-19-03 






3 


vs, Georgia Tech, 2-9-03 






3 


vs. NC State, 1-30-03 






3 


vs. Florida State, 1-11-03 




Blocks 


2 


vs. Georgia Tech. 12-29-02 






2 


vs. Indiana, 12-3-02 






2 


vs. The Citadel, 11-27-02 






2 


vs. Miami (0.), 1 1 -24-02 




Steals 


5 


vs. NC State, 1-30-03 




Minutes 


26 


vs. Georgia Tech. 2-9-03 










Caner-Medley's 

□ate Opponent G'GS 


S00S-03 Game-by-Game Statistics (FreshmanJ 

Mm. FS-A Pet. 3FG-APct. FT-A Pet. 0-0 Tot PF A TO S S Pts 


N94 Miami 10,1 


1-0 


15 


D-4 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-2 


a 


a 


1 


1 


2 


3 


1 


N27 The Citadel 


1-D 


17 


4-7 


.571 


0-0 


.000 


4-7 


.571 


1-3 


4 


1 


1 





2 





12 


N30 Duquesne 


1-0 


17 


2-3 


.BB7 


0-1 


.000 


4-7 


.571 


2-6 


B 





1 


1 








8 


D3 vs. Indiana 


1-D 


14 


2-2 


1.0DD 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-2 


a 


1 








a 





4 


D7 vs. Notre Dame 


1-1 


22 


4-6 


.667 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-6 


7 


3 


1 








4 


8 


D8 vs. GW 


1-1 


IB 


2-4 


.500 


1-11.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-0 


2 


3 


1 


a 





a 


5 


D14 Florida 


1-1 


14 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


1-4 


5 


2 














3 


D23 UMBC 


1-1 


19 


4-B 


,667 


1-2 


.500 


2-2 


1.000 


B-2 


B 


2 


1 


1 





2 


11 


D29 Georgia Tech 


1-1 


22 


3-B 


,500 


1-11.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


4 


1 


1 


1 


2 





7 


J4 Waqnen 


1-1 


18 


3-7 


,429 


1-11.000 


2-2 


1,000 


5-1 


6 








1 


1 





9 


J8 Hampton 


1-1 


14 


2-3 


.667 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-1 


1 


a 


1 


2 


1 





4 


J11 Florida State 


1-1 


22 


3-B 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-4 


5 


a 


3 


3 


1 


1 


6 


J15 at Wake Forest 


1-1 


11 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


3 





1 





1 


4 


JIB Duke 


1-D 


15 


2-3 


.667 


2-3 


.667 


2-2 


1.000 


1-0 


1 


1 


1 


1 





2 


B 


J29 at North Carolina 


1-D 


2 


D-D 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


Q-0 





2 

















J25 at Clemson 


1-D 


12 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


3-3 


6 


2 





3 





1 


2 


J30 NC State 


1-D 


21 


4-5 


.800 


0-0 


.000 


1-3 


.333 


2-1 


3 


5 


3 


1 


1 


5 


9 


F2 Lovola (Md.l 


1-D 


19 


2-4 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-2 


2 





1 


1 


1 


2 


5 


FB Virginia 


1-0 


IB 


2-6 


,333 


0-D 


.000 


3-4 


.750 


5-2 


7 


3 


1 


1 





1 


7 


Fg at Georgia Tech 


1-D 


26 


7-14 


,50D 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


6-0 


B 


3 


3 


1 





4 


14 


F12 at Fonda State 


1-1 


17 


0-4 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


4 


3 

















F17 Wake Forest 


1-1 


13 


2-2 


1,000 


1-11,000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


4 


4 


1 


1 








5 


F19 at Duke 


1-1 


21 


2-B 


,333 


0-1 


.000 


2-3 


.667 


0-2 


2 


2 


3 








3 


6 


F22 North Carolina 


1-1 


12 


2-3 


,667 


1-2 


.500 


D-Q 


.000 


0-5 


5 


2 


2 


1 





2 


5 


Fas Clemson 


1-0 


13 


1-1 


1,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


3 


1 





2 





a 


M2 at NC State 


1-1 


13 


2-3 


.667 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


1-0 


1 


3 





2 


1 





4 


MS at Virginia 


1-1 


18 


3-3 


1.000 


1-1 1.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


1 


2 








1 


3 


7 


Ml 4 vs. N. Carolina-ACC 


1-1 


17 


4-11 


,364 


0-4 


.000 


1-1 


1.000 


4-1 


5 


4 


I 


2 





1 


9 


M21 vs. UNCW-NCAA 


1-1 


29 


5-7 


,714 


1-1 1.000 


1-2 


.500 


2-0 


2 


1 





1 


1 





ia 


M23 vs. Xavier-NCAA 


1-1 


24 


3-5 


,600 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


a 


1 


1 


a 





6 


M2B vs. Mich. St.-NCAA 


1-1 


B 


D-0 


.ODD 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


,000 


1-1 


a 


1 


1 














1 



t:^ei=:3t=le i=Bf CUcfmirtH'i 



Meet The Terrapilniim- 




.„^„ ^. A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four ' BO01 , 2002 

Sweet Sixteen '1934, 1995, 1998, 1999, 20012002. 2003 

NCAA Appearances < 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1938, 1333, 2000. 2001. 2002. 2003 





Dn Collins: An ultra-quick point guard and long-range threat who played a reserve 
role the last two seasons ... one of two three-year Terrapins 
(along with Mike Grinnon] who was a part of the Terps' 20D2 
national championship run ... played in nine of the Terps' last 
1 games as a sophomore and will be in the mix this sea- 
son at the point with John Gilchrist ... was an outstanding 
scorer and exciting player in high school, and proved 
his ability to compete by playing in all three of 
Maryland's NCAA Tournament games a sea- 
son ago. 



Williams on Collins; "Andre got a chance 
to play more toward the end of last sea- 
son and he proved he can score against 
anyone we play. Andre has to continue 
to work on his ball handling and his de- 
fense as he heads into his junior year." 

As a Sophomore in S003-03: Fleet- 
footed point guard who contributed 
reserve minutes as a backup to Steve 
Blake ... played in 1 9 games and aver- 
aged a career-high 5.7 minutes per game ... cut 
his turnover total by half from his freshman to sopho- 
more season, and more than doubled his steals total 
(11) ... earned playing time in all three of the Terps' 
NCAA Tournament games ... dealt two assists in three 
minutes in Maryland's second-round victory over Xavier 
(March 23) ... provided 1 1 solid minutes and splashed in a 
3-point field goal in a NCAA first-round win over UNC 
Wilmington (March 21) ... totaled IB points, including an B- 
of-15 total from the field, and added eight assists and four 
steals across the last eight games of the season ... chipped in 
with an outstanding effort vs. North Carolina with eight points 
on 4-of-B FG shooting, with three assists and four steals (Feb. 
22) ... netted a pair of 3-pointers to total six points vs. Loyola 
(Feb. 2) ... contributed four points and three assists during eight 
minutes of action against Hampton (Jan. 8) ... posted a near- 
perfect eight-minute stats line vs. The Citadel (Nov. 27) with 
nine points on 3-of-3 shooting overall, including a 3-pointer 
and 2-of-2 free throws, with three assists and a career-high 
three steals. 



As a Freshman in S001-0S: Logged playing time in 22 games as a reserve, includ- 
ing two NCAA contests during the Terps' 2DD2 national championship run ... made 
his collegiate debut against American (Nov. 17) ... dished three assists in eight min- 
utes against Delaware State (Nov. 24) and recorded his first collegiate steal ... 
poured in six points on 2-of-3 shooting from 3-point range in five minutes against 
Monmouth (Dec. ID... registered a career night with a career-high 1 points on 5- 
of-6 shooting and 1 1 minutes played vs. Norfolk State (Jan. 31 ... scored seven 







r^'immrvland Men's Basketball 



points on 3-of-5 shooting against North Carolina (Jan. 9) ... also matched his career 
high of three assists against the Tar Heels ... added three assists to a five-point 
effort in five minutes of action at Florida State (Feb. 27) ... his 3-pointer with no time 
on the clock vs. Virginia (March 3) will stand as the last field goal in Cole Field House 
history ... was 3-for-3 from the field vs. Florida State in the ACC Tournament, 
contributing eight points, a rebound, steal and assist (March B) ... logged minutes in 
his first NCAA Tournament game vs. Siena (March 15). 

At Hargrave Military Academy: Starting point guard for one season at Hargrave 
Military Academy in Chatham, Va. , where current Terrapin teammate Hassan 
Fofana and former teammate Lonny Baxter played ... averaged 15.6 points 
and 8.0 assists per game in helping his squad to an overall record of 27-1 
... led the team in assists and was second in scoring ... one of 1 1 
players from his Hargrave team to land a Division I scholarship 
... scored 18 points, with seven rebounds and seven assists 
against Reiffer University JV ... scored 20 or more in con- 
secutive games against Rockingham JC (24), Guilford Col- 
lege JV (21 ) and Southern Virginia College JV (21) ... played 
in the Charm City Challenge all-star game in Baltimore in 
April 2001 , with classmate Michael Grinnon. 



High School: Graduated in 2000 from Crisfield High School 
in Crisfield, Md. ... prep All-American who led his team to a 
25-3 record and a Maryland 1A state title as a senior ... 
averaged 30.5 points. 9.9 assists, 5.1 steals and 4.9 rebounds per 
game on his way to earning first team all-state honors (small schools) 
... selected Player of the Year on the Eastern Shore and was tabbed 
to play in the Capital Classic All-Star game following his senior sea- 
son ... four-year starter who totaled 2,152 points in his career, 
never averaging fewer than 1 points in a season ... a first team 
all-state selection as a sophomore, junior and senior. 





^^^L^ 

\ 



1 



Personal: Andre Jerome Collins ... born Aug. 9. 1982 ... son 
of Romaine Henderson and Andrew Collins ... siblings in- 
clude Andrew (24), Chris (16). Chantel (1 1) and Danielle 
(10) ... majoring in family studies. 



Collins Up Close... 

Favorite Class: Family Economics (FMST 290). 
Greatest athletic accomplishment: Winning the 2002 

national championship. 
Favorite all-time athlete at Maryland: Juan Dixon. 
If I could have dinner with any three people (in history 

or today): Malcom X, Halle Berry and Dr. Martin 

Luther King. Jr. 
Pregame rituals/superstitions: I always talk to 

my mother, and I'm always the first 

person on the court getting shots up. 





Collins' 

Year 


Career Statistics 

GP-GS Mln.-Avg. FG-A 


Pet, 


3P-A 


Pet, 


FT-A 


Pet, 


OR-OR 


Reb-Avg, 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Ayg. 


2001-09 


99-0 


83-3.8 


18-97 


,667 


5-10 


.500 


7-9 


.778 


0-12 


12-0.5 


8-0 


19 


12 





5 


48-2.2 


2002-03 


19-0 


108-5.7 


16-31 


.516 


6-15 


.400 


3-6 


.500 


1-6 


7-0.4 


7-0 


17 


6 





11 


41-9.2 


TOTAL 


41-0 


191-4.7 


34-58 


,586 


11-25 


.440 


10-15 


,667 


1-18 


19-0.5 


15-0 


36 


18 





16 


89-8,8 


Collins' 

Year 


ACC Statistics 

GP-GS Min..Avg. 


PG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pot, 


FT-A 


Pet, 


OR-OR 


Reb-Avg, 


PF-0 


Ast 


To 


SHc 


St 


Pts,-Avg. 


2001-02 


13-0 


35-9.7 


6-10 


.600 


3-6 


.500 


5-7 


.714 


0-6 


6-0.5 


3-0 


8 


7 








20-1.5 


2002-03 


6-0 


31-5.2 


7-13 


.538 


1-5 


.200 


0-9 


.000 


1-1 


2-0.3 


0-0 


6 


2 





4 


15-9.5 


TOTAl. 


19-0 


66-3,5 


13-S3 


.565 


4-11 


364 


5-9 


,556 


1-7 


8-0,4 


3-0 


14 


9 





4 


35-1,8 


Collins' 

Year 


ISICAA 

GP-GS 


Tournament Statistics 

Min,-Avg. FG-A Pet, 3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet, 


OR-OR 


Rsb-At^. 


PF-O 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts,-Av9. 


2001-02 


2-0 


5-2.5 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


C-0.0 


0-0 





1 





1 


2-1.0 


2002-03 


3-0 


16-5,3 


1-3 


.333 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1-0.3 


1-0 


9 











3-1.0 


TOTAL 


5-0 


ai-4.a 


e-5 


.400 


1-3 


,333 


0.0 


,0CX1 


0-1 


1-0,S 


1-0 


S 


1 





1 


5-1.0 





EDGCSt=lG C3f EZBamin&rti 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 
Final Four '2001, 2002 
Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances < 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 



2003 



Maryland Men's Basketl^ttL[ m J 





Career Highs 

Category 1 Opponent/Date 


Points 


10 


vs, Norfolk State. 1-3-02 


FG 


5 


vs. Norfolk State. 1-3-02 


FGA 


B 


vs. Nort;h Carolina, 2-22-03 




6 


vs. Norfolk State. 1-3-02 


3FG 


2 


vs. Loyola, 2-2-03 




2 


vs. Monmouth, 12-11-01 


3FGA 


3 


vs. Loyola, 2-2-03 




3 


vs. North Carolina, 1-9-02 




3 


vs. Monmouth, 12-11-01 


FT 


2 


vs. The Citadel, 1 1 -27-02 




2 


vs. Florida State, 3-8-02 




2 


at Florida State, 2-27-02 




2 


vs. Georgia Tech. 2-1 3-02 


FTA 


2 


six times 


Rebounds 


2 


vs. Miami (0.1, 11-24-02 




2 


at Florida State. 2-27-02 


Assists 


3 


six times 


Steals 


4 


vs. North Carolina, 2-22-03 


Minutes 


11 


three times 





Collins' Saai-OS Game-by-Game Statistics 

Date Opponent G.GS Min. FG-A Pet, 3FG-A Pet, FT-A Pet. 0-D 


CFreshman] 

Tot PF A TO 


s 


s 


Pts 


NB Arizona 


dnp-cd 
































Ng Temple 


dnp-cd 
































N17 American 


1-D 


2 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


2 


1 








Q 


2 


N24 Delaware State 


1-0 


B 


0-2 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 





3 








1 





N27 Illinois 


dnp 
































D2 Princeton 


dnp-cd 
































03 Connecticut 


dnp-cd 
































09 Detroit 


1-0 


B 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 





2 


1 





1 





D11 Monmoutji 


1-0 


5 


2-3 


.BB7 


2-3 


.BB7 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 


1 


1 








B 


DS1 at Oklahoma 


dnp-cd 
































D27 Williams Mary 


1-0 


7 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 


2 


1 





1 





D30 at NC State 


dnp-cd 
































J3 Norfolk State 


1-0 


11 


5-8 


.833 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 


1 











ID 


jg North Carolina 


1-0 


9 


3-5 


,BDQ 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


,000 


0-1 


1 





3 


3 








7 


J13 at Georgia Tech 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 





1 

















J17 at Duke 


1-0 


4 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 























J20 Clemson 


1-0 


2 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 























J23 at Wake Forest 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 




















J2B Florida State 


1-0 


3 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 


2 











2 


J31 at Virginia 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























F3 NC State 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 

















D 





FID at North Carolina 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 





1 

















F13 Georgia Tech 


1-0 


3 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-1 


1 








1 








2 


F17 Duke 


dnp-cd 
































F20 at Clemson 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























F24 Wake Forest 


dnp-cd 
































F27 at Florida State 


1-0 


B 


1-3 


.333 


1-2 


.500 


2-2 


1.000 


0-2 


2 





3 


1 








5 


M3 Virginia 


1-0 


2 


1-1 


1.000 


1-11.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


1 

















4 


MB Florida State iACC 


1-0 


5 


3-3 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


9-2 


1.000 


0-1 


1 





1 


1 





1 


B 


MS NC State lACCl 


dnp-cd 
































Ml 5 Siena INCAAl 


1-0 


2 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 











1 











Ml 7 Wisconsin [NCAA] 


1-0 


3 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 

















1 


2 


M22 Kentucky (NCAA) 


dnp-cd 
































M24 Connecticut [NCAA] dnp-cd 1 


MSO Kansas INCAAl 


dnp-cd 
































A1 Indiana INCAAl 


dnp-cd 
































Collins' S00S'03 Game-by-Game Statistics CSophomoreJ 

□ate Opponent G-GS Min. FG-A Pet. SFG-A Pet. FT-A Pet, 0-D Tot PF A TO B 


s 


Pts 


N24 Miami (0.) 


1-0 


8 


0-1 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


,500 


0-2 


2 





1 


1 





1 


1 


N27 The Citadel 


1-0 


8 


3-3 


1.000 


1-1 LOCC 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 





1 


3 


1 





3 


g 


N3D Duguesne 


1-0 


8 


0-1 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 











2 





D3 vs. Indiana 


1-0 


2 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























D7 vs. Notre Dame 


1-0 


2 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 











1 











DB vs, GW 


dnp-cd 
































D14 Florida 


dnp-cd 
































023 UMBC 


1-0 


5 


1-2 


.500 


1-1 1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 








1 











3 


D2g Georgia Tech 


dnp-cd 
































J4 Wagner 


1-0 


9 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





2 





1 











JB Hampton 


1-0 


B 


2-4 


.500 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 


3 











4 


J1 1 Florida State 


1-0 


4 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 




















J15 at Wake Forest 


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JIB Duke 


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J22 at North Carolina 


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J25 at Clemson 


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J30 NC State 


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F2 Loyola (Md.l 


1-0 


6 


2-4 


.500 


2-3 


.BB7 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 

















8 


F6 Virginia 


dnp-cd 
































F9 at Georgia Tech 


dnp-cd 
































F12 at Florida State 


dnp-cd 
































F17 Wake Forest 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























F19 at Duke 


dnp-cd 
































F22 North Carolina 


1-0 


10 


4-B 


.BB7 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


1-0 


1 





3 


1 





4 


8 


F25 Clemson 


1-0 


11 


2-4 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 








3 


1 








5 


M2 at NC State 


1-0 


3 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 




















2 


MS at Virginia 


1-0 


2 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























Ml 4 vs. N, Carolina lACCl 1-0 


5 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 


1 





Q 


1 





M21 vs. UNCW (NCAA) 


1-0 


11 


1-2 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 




















3 


M23 vs. Xavier (NCAAl 


1-0 


3 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 








2 














M2B vs. Mich. St. (NCAA] 1-0 


2 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 


















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♦ Forward/Center 

♦ Suitland, Md. 

♦ DeMatha H.S. 

♦ 6-8, 236 

♦ Sophomore, 1V 





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A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four ' 2001 . 2002 

Sweet Sixteen* 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances ' 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's BasketbaBlJ m T > 



On Garrison: Strong power forward who can face the basket, rebound and 
defend in the interior .,, soft-shooting big man looking to take his game inside ... 
played a key role in the Terps' four-man frontcourt as a freshman, earning six 
starts... one of the ACC's top shot-blocking underclassmen with 25 during his 
rookie campaign ... has been working diligently on all areas of his game during 
the off season. 

Williams On Garrison: "Travis showed flashes of being a very good 
college player. At his size he is an outstanding shooter. We're 
looking for Travis to work hard in other areas of the 
game. We want Travis to become a more complete 
player." 

As a Freshman in 2002.03: Played in 30 
games and started six, averaging 4.D points 
and 3.1 rebounds in first college season ... 
scored five points and grabbed seven re^ 
bounds in the Terps' three NCAA Tour- 
nament games, including a five-point, five- 
rebound effort in Maryland's second- 
round victory over Xavier [March 23) 
... led the Terps in rebounding in four 
games ... added five points and three 
rebounds in seven minutes vs. Virginia 
(March 9) . . . played 1 9 minutes and scored 
eight points on 4-of-7 shooting against Loyola 
(Feb. 21 ... sparked the Terps to a 15-D run in a 
low-scoring first half with five straight points at Clemson 
(Jan. 251 ... registered seven points and three assists 
against Florida State (Jan. 111 in his second ACC game ... 
netted eight points and grabbed eight rebounds against 
UMBC (Dec. 231 in his first college start ... joined Nik Caner- 
Medley that game in becoming the first par of true fresh- 
men to start for Maryland since March IB, 2000, when 
Tahj Holden and Steve Blake started against lona in the 
NCAA Tournament ... played 26 minutes against No. 10 
Indiana (Dec. 31 in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge, contribut- 
ing eight points, four rebounds and a pair of blocks ... 
season-high 1 1 points with seven rebounds and three steals 
against Duquesne ... registered a team-high six rebounds 
in his first collegiate contest against Miami (Ohiol (Nov. 241 
. . also led all newcomers with 22 minutes in that game, and 
finished with eight points ... scored the first basket of the 
season by a Maryland newcomer with 13:51 remaining in 
the first half against Miami. 

High School; Graduated from DeMatha High School in 2002 

... led powerhouse DeMatha to a 31 -3 record as a senior while 

averaging 1 7.7 points, 1 3 rebounds and four blocks as the Stags 

won their second-straight D.C. city title ... shot 74 percent from the free throw 





line ... capped his senior season by leading the Stags to a state 
Catholic title in the Alhambra Invitational ... USA Today third 
team Ail-American and a consensus top 25 recruit ... named 
MVP of five tournaments including the Adolph Rupp Classic 
in Kentucky and the Basketball Hall of Fame Classic in Mas- 
sachusetts, and selected for McDonald's All-American 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 
Washington Post and a second team All-Met 
pick as a junior ... averaged 15 points, nine 
rebounds and three blocks as a junior under 
Hall of Fame coach Morgan Wootten ... was 
the MVP of the city title game as a junior ... 
participant in the Capital Classic alongside 
current Maryland teammates Nik Caner- 
Medley, John Gilchrist and Chris McCray 
... longtime friend and AAU teammate 
of McCray. 

Personal: Travis S. Garrison ... born 
April 20, 1984 ... son of Sheila and 
Lawrence Garrison ... has two older 
brothers, Lawrence (281 and Shavery 
(251 .,, hopes to major in business at 
Maryland, and one day own his own busi- 
ness ... enjoys visiting museums and touring 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 ... favorite athlete is Michael Jordan 
because of the way he has opened doors as both 
a ballplayer and a successful businessman ... ma- 
joring in letters S sciences. 



Garrison Up Close... 

Favorite Maryland basketball story: When Drew 

Nicholas hit the game-winning 3-pointer last 

season against UNC Wilmington. 
Hero/role model: My mom. 
I came to Maryland because: I like the coaching 

staff and the academic reputation. The Terp 

fans are great, and everyone gets along here 

like a big family. 
One word to describe me on the 

court; Hard-working 
Favorite Quote; "Never be 

satisfied with your 

accomplishments." 



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Garrison's Carser Statistics 

Year QP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-A Pet, 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet, 


OP-OP 


Peb-Avg. 


PF-0 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Ais, 


2002-03 30-6 382-12.1 45-96 ,489 


3-9 


.333 


26-38 


.684 


32-61 


93-3.1 


71-2 


15 


18 


25 


12 


119-4,0 


Garrison's ACC Statistics 

Year GP-B8 Min.-Avg. FG-A Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet, 


OP-OP 


Psfa-Avg. 


PF-O 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pt8,-Avg. 


2002-03 15-3 128-8.5 16-25 .840 


1-3 


,333 


8-11 


.727 


8-18 


26-1.7 


30-1 


7 


10 


9 


4 


41-2.7 


Garrison's NCAA Tournament Statistics 

Year GP-GB MIn.-Avg. FG-A Pet. 3P-A Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet, 


OR-PP 

2-5 


Psti-Avg. 

7-2.3 


PF-O 

6-0 


Ast 




To 




BIk 

2 


St 




Pta.-Avg 

5-1.7 


2002-03 3-0 22-7,3 2-8 .333 


0-0 


,000 


1-2 


.500 



Meet The Terrapins 



..^m^m^. A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 
Final Four ' S0Q1 . 2002 
Sweet Sixteen • 1B94. 1995. 199B. 1399, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 199B. 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 




f^^-^ WltU'vland Men's Basketball 



Career Highs 

Category 1 OpponenbOate 


Points 


11 


vs. Duquesne, 11-30-02 


FG 


4 


vs. Loyola, 2-9-03 




4 


vs. G. Washinqton, 12-8-02 




4 


vs. Indiana, 12-3-02 




4 


vs. Duquesne, 11-30-02 


FGA 


11 


vs. Duquesne, 11-30-02 


3FG 


1 


vs. Florida State, 1-11-03 




1 


vs. Weqner, 1 -4-03 




1 


vs. Duquesne, 11-30-02 


3FGA 


2 


vs. Duquesne, 11-30-09 


F 


4 


vs. UMBO, 12-23-02 


FTA 


7 


vs. UMBO, 12-23-02 


Fiebountfe 


g 


vs. Waqner, 1-4-03 


Assists 


3 


V5, Florida State. 1-11-03 


Blxks 


4 


vs. Waqner, 14-03 


Steals 


3 


vs. Duquesne, 11-30-02 


Minutes 


26 


vs. Indiana, 12-3-02 





Garrison's S00S-03 Game-by-Game Statistics CFreshmanJ 

Data Oppanm 0-03 Min. FG'A Pet, 3FG-A Pet. FT-A Pet. 0-D Tot PF A TO B 


s 


Pts 


N24 Miami (0,1 


1-0 


22 


3-5 


.800 


0-0 


,000 


2-3 


.687 


a-4 


6 


a 


1 


1 


1 





8 


Nay The Citadel 


1-0 


16 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


,000 


0-3 


3 


3 


1 





1 


1 


2 


N30 Duquesne 


1-0 


16 


4-11 


.364 


1-a 


,500 


2-a 


1,000 


3-4 


7 


3 











3 


11 


D3 vs. Indiana 


1-0 


26 


4-B 


.5cn 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


,000 


2-2 


4 


5 


1 





2 





8 


D7 VB, Notre Dame 


1-0 


ao 


1-7 


,143 


0-1 


,000 


2-2 


1.000 


1-2 


3 


2 


1 


1 








4 


DB vs. GW 


1-0 


ai 


4-B 


.667 


0-0 


,000 


2-2 


1.000 


1-5 


B 


2 


a 


a 


1 


a 


10 


014 Florida 


1-0 


11 


0-4 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


1-a 


.500 


2-0 


a 


1 





a 








1 


023 UMBO 


1-1 


aa 


a-3 


,687 


0-0 


,000 


4-7 


.571 


5-3 


B 


4 


1 


1 


2 


2 


B 


029 Georgia Tech 


1-1 


B 


1-a 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


a 


3 





1 


1 





a 


J4 Wagner 


1-1 


14 


a-4 


.500 


1-11. COD 


2-a 


1.000 


2-7 


9 


4 








4 





7 


J8 Hampton 


1-1 


14 


1-3 


,333 


0-1 


,000 


2-4 


.500 


2-5 


7 


4 


1 


1 


1 





4 


J11 Florida State 


1-1 


15 


2-2 


1,000 


1-11,000 


2-a 


i.oro 


0-0 





5 


3 


a 


1 


1 


7 


J15 at Wake Forest 


1-1 


B 


0-1 


,000 


0-1 


,000 


0-0 


,000 


0-1 


1 


1 








2 








Jia Duke 


dno-cd 
































J22 at North Carolina 


1-0 


a 


1-a 


.500 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


2-1 


3 


a 





1 








a 


J25 atClemson 


1-0 


16 


3-5 


,600 


0-0 


,000 


1-1 


1.000 


1-1 


a 


a 


1 


1 





1 


7 


J30 NC State 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























F2 Loyola Ovid.) 


1-0 


19 


4-7 


,571 


0-1 


,000 


0-1 


.000 


1-a 


3 


4 








a 





8 


F6 Virginia 


1-0 


12 


2-4 


,500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-3 


3 


3 





1 








4 


F9 at Georgia Tech 


1-0 


11 


0-a 


,000 


0-1 
0-0 


.000 


2-a 1.000 


1-a 


3 


3 


1 


1 








a 


F12 at Ronda State 


1-0 


5 


1-1 


1,000 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 





2 


1 


1 


a 


F17 Wake Forest 


1-0 


10 


1-1 


1,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


4 





1 


2 





2 


F19 at Duke 


1-0 


B 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 








1 








F22 North Carolina 


1-0 


B 


1-1 


1,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-4 


4 


1 


1 











2 


F25 Clemson 


1-0 


13 


2-2 


1,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-a 


.000 


0-a 


a 


a 


1 





1 


1 


4 


M2 at NC State 


1-0 


B 


1-1 


1,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 




















a 


M9 at Virginia 


1-0 


7 


1-1 


1,000 


0-0 


.000 


3-4 


.750 


3-0 


3 


a 














5 


Ml 4 vs. N. Caralina-ACC 


1-0 


11 


1-4 


,a50 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


a 


1 














2 


M21 vs. UNCW-NCAA 


1-0 


B 


0-3 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


a 




















M23 vs. Xavien-NCAA 


1-0 


12 


2-3 


,667 


0-0 


.000 


1-a 


.500 


a-3 


5 


4 








2 





5 


M28 vs. Mich. St.-NCAA 


1-0 


a 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 





s 

















1 



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A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Fina/ Four '2001, 2002 

Sweet Sixteen > 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1994. 1995. 1996. 1997, 1998. 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 




On Gilchrist; A tougli, physical point guard who runs the floor with proficiency and 
possesses an uncanny ability to finish ,,. expected to be the Terps' top floor general 
this season, taking over for four-year starter Steve Blake ... posted an impressive 
assists/turnover ratio as a freshman and was third on the squad, only to Blake and 
Drew Nicholas, in terms of assists ... characterized as a winner and a competitor, 
and lists former Terp Juan Dixon as one of his all-time favorite players ... attended 
Maryland's summer youth basketball camp since he was nine years old. 

Williams on Gilchrist: "John was probably as good as any freshman guard in the ACC 
last year. He gave us some very valuable minutes, and with his strength and determi- 
nation, he is a very effective point guard. Losing a four-year starter like 
Steve Blake, it is very important for John to be ready to be a full-time 
player this year" 

As a Freshman in S0G8-03; Powerfully built true freshman who saw 
time at the point guard position during his first college season ... 
gave Terps solid depth in the backcourt as a big guard to create 
match up difficulties for opponents ... averaged 5.3 points 
per game and shot .833 (5-B) from the field and .857 (8-7) 
from the free throw line across the Terps' three NCAA Tour- 
nament games ... totaled 53 points (23-of-33 from field), 23 
rebounds and 1 4 assists in the last eight games of the sea- 
son ... netted six points and dished three assists in 1 5 min- 
utes vs. UNC Wilmington in Maryland's NCAA first-round game 
(March 21) ... registered career highs for points (1 1) and 
rebounds (9) in Maryland's 40-point victory over North 
Carolina (Feb. 22) ... scored six points with a pair of 
driving layups and two free throws during a key 1 4-2 
second half run in a victory at North Carolina (Jan. 22) 
... contributed six points and three assists vs. No. 1 
Duke (Jan. 1 8), and combined with Jamar Smith to score 
1 straight points while lifting Maryland to a victory over 
the top-ranked Blue Devils . . . scored 1 D points to go along 
with four rebounds and four assists vs. No. 14 Florida 
(Dec. 14) ... collected six points on 3-of-3 field goal shoot- 
ing and added five rebounds against Hampton (Jan. 8) ... 
recorded three assists during 1 B minutes of play against 
No. 10 Indiana (Dec. 3) in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge ... had 
four steals to go along with nine points against Duquesne 
(Nov. 30) ... reached double-digit scoring with 1 points in 
only his second game as a collegian, vs. The Citadel (Nov. 
27). 

High School: A four-year starter at Salem High School, 
where he graduated in 2002 ... the AP AAA Player of the 
Year in Virginia after leading Salem to the AAA state jf 
title in 2001 as a lunior ... team finished 23-1 as a 
sophomore. 29-1 as a junior and 17-2 as a se- 
nior under coach Bill Cochrane ... team was 1 
in Virginia's East Region Beach District 
as a senior, falling to Hampton in the 
state's Eastern Region quarterfinal 
game ... finalist for the McDonald's 
All-America team ... then regarded 
as one of the top five prep point 



guards in the country .. 








'and Men's Basketball 



averaged 20 points, eight assists and |ust one turnover per 
game as a senior ...scored 19.8 
points per contest in 2000-01 , to 
, go with 7.5 assists and 6.7 re- 
bounds ... shot over 85 percent 
from the free throw line and over 
45 percent from the 3-point stripe 
n his last two seasons ... averaged 
1 5 points and eight assists as |ust 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 News ... played in the Charm City 
Challenge all-star game in Baltimore with Ter- 
rapin teammate Chris McCray ... loined McCray, 
Nik Caner-Medley and Travis Garrison as par- 
ticipants at the Capital Classic at the MCI Cen- 
ter ... teamed with Duke's J.J. Redick while win- 
ning AAU 1 7-under and 1 9-under national champi- 
onships ... also was an AAU All-Amencan. 

Personal; John H. Gilchrist III ... born June 29, 1984 ... 

son of LaRita and John Gilchrist ... has an older brother, 

Roderick (26) and a younger sister, Jeanetta (14) ... 

enioys fishing, boats, let skiing and anything on water ... 

learned to fish with his dad's brother (Eric) and sister 

(Tern) ... hopes to study communications at Maryland ... 

favorite high school memory off-the-court was his high 

school graduation because it made his family proud ... 

largest role model is his grandmother. Vernice Gilchrist 

of Norfolk. Va. , who raised him during summers ... spent 

his summers growing up in Norfolk, where he learned 

to play basketball at the Boys and Girls Clubs in that 

area ... mapring in letters S sciences. 



Gilchrist Up Close... 

CD in my CD player the most: 

Neptunes. 
Since coming to Maryland 

IVe learned; How to stay 

consistent and persistent. 
Favorite pro athletes; Jason 

Kidd, Stephen Marbury and 

Allen Iverson. 
Few people know that I; Own 

about 20 sports lerseys from 

different pro teams and 

more than 30 baseball caps. 
Favorite Quote: "I put my life 

on the line and make 

both free throws." 




Gilchrist's Career Statistics 

Yeesr SP-GS Min.-Avg. FE-A Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet, 


OP-OP 


Reb-Avg, 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts,-Avg. 


2002-03 31-0 419-13.5 57-97 .588 


6-11 


.545 


22-32 


.686 


21-44 


85-2.1 


38-0 


52 


33 


3 


25 


142-4.6 


Gilchrist's ACC Statistics 

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


3P-A 


Pet, 


FT-A 


Pet, 


OR-OR 


Rsb-Avg, 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts,-Avg 


2002-03 16-0 208-13.0 30-49 .612 


3-5 


.600 


7-12 


.583 


14-28 


40-2.5 


16-0 


23 


22 


2 


11 


70-4.4 


Gilchrist's NCAA Tournament Statistics 

Year GP-GS Mln.-Avg, FG-A Pet. 3P-A Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet, 


OR-OR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-0 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2002-03 3-0 44-14.7 5-6 .833 


0-0 


.000 


8-7 


.857 


1-2 


3-1.0 


4-0 


5 


5 


a 


3 


18-5.3 



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A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 
Final Four ' 2001 . 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 193B. 1999, 2001. 2002. 2003 
NCM Appearances • 1994. 1995, 1996, 1997, 199S, 1999, 2000. 2001. 2002. 2003 



Maryland Men's BasketJ^^^ttLf m J 





Career Highs 

Category 1 Opponent/Date 

Points 1 1 vs. \G"t': Cs-olina, 2-22-03 


FG 


5 


vs. Florida, 12-14-02 


FGA 


9 


vs. North Carolina, 2-22-03 


3FG 


1 


many times 


3FGA 


1 


many times 


FT 


5 


vs. The Citadel, 11-27-02 


FTA 


B 


vs. The Citadel, 11-27-02 


Rebounds 


9 


vs. North Carolina, 2-22-03 


Assists 


4 


vs. Florida, 12-14-02 




4 


vs. G. Washington, 12-8-02 


Blocks 


1 


vs. North Carolina, 2-22-03 




1 


at Clemson, 1-25-03 




1 


vs. Notre Dame, 12-7-02 


Steals 


4 


vs. Duquesne, 11-30-02 


Minutes 


22 


vs. Florida, 12-14-02 









•JIMK 




♦ Forward 

♦ Huntington, N.Y. 

♦ St. Donninic 

H.S. 

♦ B-B, 211 

♦ Junior, 2V 








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A DECADE DF DDMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four '2001, 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002. 2003 

NCAA Appearances ' 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000. 2001, 2002. 2003 



Maryland Men's Baskett0OZ^ I 




On Grinnon: A fundamentally sound shooter who has improved his size and 
strength in the offseason ... one of two three-year Terrapins (along with Andre 
Collins) who was a part of the Terps' 2002 national championship ex 
pected to contribute for the Terps as either a small forward or shooting 
guard ... played a reserve role at both positions during his sophomore 
campaign ... a pure outside shooter and heady player who continues to 
improve ... a leader for the Terps off the court as the recipient of the 
2003 WBAL Academic Award. 



Williams on Grinnon: "Mike is one of our veteran players and he 
has shown improvement. He has gotten stronger through hard 
work in the weight room and he has improved his quickness. 
Mike will have a legitimate chance to earn playing minutes this 
year." 

As a Sophomore in SGGS-03: Averaged 3.7 mpg while con- 
tributing in 1 1 games for the Terps ... shot a career-high .455 
from the field and .400 from 3-point range as a sophomore ... 
doubled his rebounding total from his freshman to sopho- 
more season ... registered a careen-high six points in six min- 
utes vs. Hampton (Jan. B), going 2-for-3 from the field and 
drilling a 3-pointer ... also tallied his first career blocked shot 
vs. the Pirates ... established a career-high ACC point total 
one game later by netting five points, including a 2-for-2 per- 
formance from the field, against Florida State (Jan. 11) .. 
splashed in a 3-pointer during Maryland's 40-point victory 
over league-rival North Carolina (Feb. 22) ... scored his first 
two points of the season by converting 2-of-2 free throws 
vs. The Citadel (Nov. 27) and grabbed a career-high tying 
two rebounds ... posted a nearly identical stat line one 
game later with two points and two boards against 
Duquesne (Nov. 30), playing a season-high six minutes ... 
recipient of the Terps' 2003 WBAL Academic Award. 

As a Freshman in 8GG1-0S: Swingman who played 
behind Byron Mouton and Drew Nicholas, appearing in 
1 B games ... made his collegiate debut against Ameri- 
can (Nov. 17) ... registered his first college points 
against Delaware State (Nov. 24) ... recorded an 
assist vs. William S Mary (Dec. 27) ... drilled a 3- 
pointer and pulled down a rebound in a four- 
minute ACC debut against North Carolina (Jan 
9) ... recorded his first collegiate steal at 
Clemson (Feb. 20) ... logged his first career 
NCAA Tournament minutes vs. Wisconsin 
(March 1 7) in the Terps' second-round game. 






High School: Graduated in 2001 from St. Dominic High School in Oyster Bay, 
N.Y. ... averaged 19 points per game while leading St. Dom's to a No. 14 
final ranking in the 2001 N.Y. State Class A Poll ... team MVP and first 
team all-league ... Grinnon and the perennial Long Island powerhouse 
Bayhawks were ranked as high as No. 3 during his senior season ... 
scored 21 points in the regular seeson finale against Holy Trinity, 
with a first quarter 3-pointer pushing him over the 1 ,000-point 
mark for his career ... had 29 points including a 5-of-B perfor- 
mance from 3-point range against St. John the Baptist ... 
had 22 points and seven rebounds, including a game-tying 
3-pointer at the end of regulation, in a triple-overtime 
thriller against St. Ray's ... averaged 1 B points and 
seven rebounds as a lunior ... teamed with classmate 
Andre Collins at the Charm City Challenge in Balti- 
more, scoring four points ... played against former Terp 
teammate Drew Nicholas while he was in high school at Long 
Island Lutheran. 




Personal: Michael Robert Grinnon ... born Dec. IB, 1982 ... son of 
Karen and Hugh Grinnon ... has two older brothers, Jonathan (27) and 
Thomas (24) ... enpys music, golf and political science ... lists George 
W. Bush and Shannon Patrick as two of the people he most admires ... 
favorite athlete is Michael Jordan ... favorite musician is Jimmy Buffett 
... a member of his high school's National Honor Society, student am- 
bassadors and S.A.D.D. (Students Against Destructive Decisions) ... 
majoring in communication. 





Grinnon Up Close, 

Favorite actor; James Gandolfini. 
CD in my CO Player the Most; 

Jimmy Buffett's "Meet Me in 

Margaritaville." 
Favorite Maryland Athlete, Past 

or Present; Becky Bacon. 
Favorite Food; Steak cooked in my 

homemade Margaritaville sauce. 
Favorite Gluote; "How do you like 

me now, now that I'm on my 

way. Do you still think I'm 

crazy standing here today?" 
- Toby Keith \ 




Grinnon 

year 


's Career Statistics 

GP-GS Min..Avg. FG-A 


Pet. 


3P.A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pot, 


□R-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


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 


2002-03 


11-0 


41-37 


5-11 


.455 


2-5 


.400 


6-9 


.667 


3-7 


10-0.9 


2-0 


3 


4 


1 


1 


18-1.6 


TOTAL 


87-0 


74-3.7 


7-18 


.389 


3-9 


.333 


8-11 


.727 


6-9 


15-0.6 


6-0 


7 


7 


1 


E 


85-0.9 


Grinnar 

Year 


's ACC Statistics 

GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Rsb-Avg. 


PF-0 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


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 


2002-03 


4-0 


11-2.8 


3-8 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


1-2 


3-0.8 


2-0 


1 


1 





1 


a-2.0 


TOTAL 


14-0 


19-S.1 


4-9 


.444 


S-4 


500 


1-S 


.500 


9-S 


4-0.9 


3-0 


a 


3 





8 


11-0.8 


Grinnan's NCAA Tournament Statistics 

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


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Rsb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Blic 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2001-02 


1-0 


2-2.0 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-0 


2-2.0 


0-0 














0-0.0 


TOTAL 


1-0 


a-a.o 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


S-0 


s-a.o 


0-0 














0-0.0 






A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 
Final Four • 5001 . S0D9 
Sweet Sixteen • 1994. 1995, 199B, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances' 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 




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Career Highs 

Category 1 Opponent/Date 


Points 


B 


vs. Hampton, 1-8-03 


FG 


2 


vs. Florida State, 1-11-D3 




2 


vs. Hampton, 1-8-03 


FGA 


4 


vs. Nortli Carolina, 2-22-03 


3FG 


1 


vs. North Carolina. 2-22-03 




1 


vs. Hampton, 1-8-03 




1 


vs. Nortfi Carolina. 1 -9-02 


3FGA 


2 


vs. Hampton, 1-8-03 




2 


vs. North Carolina, 1-9-02 


F 


2 


vs. The Citadel, 11-27-02 




2 


vs. Duquesne, 11-30-02 




2 


vs. Norfolk State, 1-3-02 


FTA 


3 


vs. Hampton, 1-8-03 


Ftebounds 


2 


vs. The Citadel, 11-27-02 




2 


vs. Duquesne, 11-30-02 




2 


vs. Wisconsin, 3-17-02 


Assists 


1 


SIX times 


Blxks 


1 


vs. Hampton, 1-8-03 


Steals 


1 


vs. Clemson. 2-22-02 


Minutes 


B 


vs. Hampton, 1-8-03 




B 


vs. Duquesne, 1 1 -30-02 






'and Men's Basketball 



Grinnon's S001 

Oats Opponent 6-GS 


-OS Game 

Min. re-A Pot. 


•by-Game Statistics (FreshmanJ 

3FG.A Pet, FT-A Pet, 0-0 Tot PF A TO S 


s 


PCS 


N8 Anzona 


dnp-cd 
































m Temple 


dnp-cd 
































N17 American 


1-0 


2 


G-1 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


D-G 


.QtXl 


0-1 


1 




















N24 Delaware State 


1-G 


4 


1-1 


I.GOG 


ao 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 














2 


N27 Illinois 


dnp-cd 
































02 Pnnceton 


dnp-cd 
































D3 Connecticut 


dnp-cd 
































D9 Detroit 


dnpKxl 
































D11 Monmouth 


dnp-cd 
































D21 3tOkiahor-a 


dnoH:d 
































027 Willam S Marj( 


1-0 


3 


0-1 


.000 


D-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


D-D 





1 


1 


1 











D30 at NC State 


dnp-cd 
































J3 Norfolk S-^te 


1-G 


2 


G-G 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.0CO 


0-1 


1 


1 


1 











a 


J9 North Carolina 


1-G 


4 


1-2 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


00 


.000 


1-D 


1 

















3 


J13 at Georgia Tech 


dnp-cd 
































J17 at Duke 


1-G 


1 


G-G 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


G 




















J2D Clemson 


dnp-cd 
































J23 at Wake Forest 


1-G 


1 


G-G 


.GOD 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























J2B Flonda State 


1-G 


2 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























J31 at Virginia 


dnp-cd 
































F3 NC State 


1-G 


1 


G-G 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.occ 


0-0 























FIG at North Carolina 


1-G 


1 


G-G 


.OCD 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.OCD 


0-D 











D 











F13 Georgia Tech 


1-G 


1 


G-G 


,000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-Q 








1 














F17 Duke 


dnp-cd 
































F2G at Clemson 


1-0 


1 


G-0 


,000 


0-0 


.GOO 


0-0 


.OCD 


0-0 

















1 





F24 Wake Forest 


dnp-cd 
































F27 at Flonda State 


1-G 


5 


G-G 


.000 


G-G 


.000 


0-0 


.om 


0-0 





1 


1 


2 











M3 Virginia 


1-0 


1 


G-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























MB Florida State [ACQ dnp-cd 1 


M9 NC State [ACQ 


dnp-cd 
































Ml 5 Siena [NCAA] 


dnp-cd 
































Ml 7 Wisconsin INCAA] 


1-G 


2 


G-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-0 


2 

















D 


M22 Kentuckv INCAAl 


dnp-cd 
































M24 Connecticut [NCAAl dnp-cd 1 


M30 Kansas (NCAA] 


dnp-cd 
































A1 Indiana INCAA] 


dnp-cd 
































Grinnon's SOOS-OS Game 

Date Opponent 6-6S Min. FG-A Pet. 


•by-Game Statistics 

3FG.A Pet. FT-A Pet, 0-0 Tot 


tSaphomoreJ 

PF A TO B S 


Pts 


N24 Miami (0.) 


1-0 


4 


G-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 








1 











N27 The Citadel 


1-G 


4 


G-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-S 


1.0CD 


0-2 


2 





1 











2 


N30 Duquesne 


1-D 


6 


G-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


a-2 


1.DD0 


0-2 


a 


D 





1 








a 


D3 vs. Indiana 


dnp-cd 
































D7 vs. Notre Dame 


dnp-cd 
































D8 vs. GW 


dnp-cd 
































D14 Flonda 


dnp-cd 
































D23 UMBO 


1-0 


5 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 




















Das Georgia Tech 


dnp-cd 
































J4 Wagner 


1-0 


3 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


D-0 


.om 


0-0 








1 














J8 Hampton 


1-0 


8 


2-3 


.867 


1-2 


.500 


1-3 


.333 


1-0 


1 








1 


1 





B 


J11 Flonda State 


1-0 


3 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


,500 


0-1 


1 








1 





D 


5 


J15 at Wake Forest 


dnp-cd 
































J18 Duke 


dnp-cd 
































J22 at North Carolina 


dnp-cd 
































J25 at Clemson 


dnp-cd 
































J3G NC State 


dnp-cd 
































F2 Loyola (Md,] 


1-G 


2 


G-1 


.000 


D-1 


.000 


D-D 


.000 


0-0 


D 




















FB Virginia 


dnp-cd 
































F9 at Georgia Tech 


dnp-cd 
































F12 at Fbnda State 


dnp-cd 
































F17 Wake Forest 


1-G 


1 


0-G 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























Fig at Duke 


dnp-cd 
































F22 North Carolina 


1-D 


4 


1-4 


.250 


1-2 


.500 


&0 


.000 


1-0 


1 


1 














3 


F25 Clemson 


1-0 


3 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.om 


0-1 


1 


1 


1 








1 





M2 at NC State 


(4ip-cd 
































M9 at Virginia 


dnp-cd 
































Ml 4 vs. N.Carolina [ACC]dnp-cd 1 


M21 vs. UNCW [NCAA] 


dnp-cd 
































M23 vs. Xavier (NCAA) 


dnp-cd 
































M2B vs. Mich, St, (NCAA] dnp-cd 1 


































1 











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♦ Capital Heights 
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♦ Fairmont Heights 

H.S. 

♦ 6-5. 180 

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A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 
Final Four '2001, 2002 
Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 199S, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 



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On McCray: Quick, athletic shooting guard who will see significant time at 
the No. 2 position ,., local scoring star who is one of the most natural 
shooters on the squad ... sharpshooter and slasher who has added strength 
to his wiry frame in the offseason. 



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r^tmmhvland Men's Basketball 



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Williams on McCray: "Chris has a great deal of potential, and at 
times last year he showed flashes of it. What Chris has done after 
his freshman year is re-dedicated himself to basketball. He has a 
chance to be an outstanding player here at Maryland." 

As a Freshman in SOOS-03: Played in 24 games, averaging 
3. 1 ppg in his first collegiate season ... scored seven points 
on 3-of-B shooting, including a 3-pointer, against Loyola 
(Feb. 2), while adding four rebounds, four assists 
and two steals ... registered six points with a steal, 
and shot 4-of-4 from the free throw line in 
Maryland's win over then top-ranked Duke 
(Jan. 181 ... netted eight points, a 
team-high six rebounds and a pair 
of 3-pointers during 1 1 min 
utes at Wake Forest 
(Jan. 1 51 ... es 
tablished 
a career 
high in his 
third col- 
lege game, making two 3-pointers and scor- 
ing nine points vs. Duquesne (Nov. 30) to go 
along with two assists and one steal in 1 1 
minutes ... matched his career scoring high with 
nine points against Hampton (Jan. B), while con- 
tributing four assists, three rebounds and four 
steals in 1 7 minutes . . . collected eight points, 
seven steals and a pair of assists in a career- 
high 21 minutes against Wagner (Jan. 41 ... 
tied Terps' freshman record with seven steals 
against Wagner, matching Walt Williams' 
rookie total on March 11,1 989, vs. North 
Carolina in the ACC Tournament. 



High School: Graduated from Fairmont 

Heights High School in 2002 ... two-time 

All-Met selection by the lA/ashington Post 

... averaged 26.8 points, 7.9 rebounds, 

5.3 assists and 2.7 steals per game ...holds 

school career records for points (1 ,9701 

and three-pointers (1971, and ranked 1Bth among D.C. metro scoring 

leaders as a senior ... 40 percent 3-point shooter ... averaged 29 points to 



go with SIX assists and four rebounds as a junior when he was a runner-up 
in voting for All-Met Player of the Year honors ... season-high 41 points 
against Douglass as a senior, and had four 40-point scoring outbursts as a 
junior ... prep-high 49-points against St. Frances of Baltimore 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 Maryland 2A semifinals as a 
junior ... played in the Charm City Challenge in Baltimore with John 
Gilchrist, and the Capital Classic at the MCI Center with Nik Caner- 
Medley, Gilchrist and Travis Garrison ... longtime friend and AAU 
teammate of Garrison. 





Personal: Chris McCray ... born May 27, 1984 ... son of 

Shirleeta McCray and Chris Wilson ... has two younger sisters, 

Sharde (IBl and Shantel (51 and one brother, William Proctor 

(IB) ... hopes to major in criminal justice or computer science ... 

was a member of the NAACP Young Men's Club at Fairmont Heights 

favorite sports movie is "Love and Basketball" ... majoring in letters S. 

sciences. 



McCray Up 
Close... 

Nickname: C-Mac, 

The Maryland basl(etball player that wi 
surprise you this year is: Our who e 

team will surprise everyone. 
Since coming to Maryland I've learned: A 

lot about growing up and being a man. 
Favorite athlete/sports team: Rey Allen and 

the Washington Redskins. 
I came to Maryland because: It has 

been my dream school since 
I was 10 years old. 





McCray's Career Statistics 

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


Pet, 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet, 


OR-OR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


elk 


St 


Pts,-Avg. 


2Wa-a3 24-0 223-9.3 25-58 


.431 


10-26 


.385 


15-23 


.852 


17-21 


38-1 .8 


28-0 


18 


18 


10 


20 


75-3.1 


McCray's ACC Statistics 

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


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet, 


OR-OR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


atk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2002-03 14-0 119-8.5 9-24 


.375 


4-10 


.400 


10-12 


,833 


8-14 


22-1.6 


19-0 


5 


8 


5 


4 


32-2.3 





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A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four • 2001 , 2002 ^ J 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances '1994, 1995. 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001. 2002, 200: 



Maryland Men's Basket;l^§ritL[ m J 





McCray's S00S-03 Game-by-Game Statistics 

Date Opponent G-GS Min. FG.A Pet. 3FB-A Pet, FT-A Pet, 0-0 Tot 


rFreshmanJ 

PF A TO B 


s 


Pts 


N24 Miami (0,) 


1-0 


7 


0-2 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


1-2 


,500 


1-3 


4 


1 





2 








1 


N27 The Citadel 


1-0 


12 


2-3 


.6B7 


1-1 1.000 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 








1 





1 


2 


5 


N30 Duquesne 


1-0 


11 


3-5 


.600 


2-3 


.667 


1-1 


1.000 


2-0 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


9 


D3 vs. Indiana 


dnp-cd 
































D7 vs. Notre Dame 


1-0 


B 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 





2 

















DB vs, GW 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 








1 








D14 Florida 


dnp-cd 
































D23 UMBC 


1-0 


12 


1-1 


1,000 


0-0 


.000 


2-4 


.500 


1-0 


1 


1 





2 





2 


4 


D29 GeorqiaTech 


1-0 


7 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-1 


3 


2 


1 


1 


2 








J4 Waqner 


1-0 


21 


3-8 


.375 


1-3 


.333 


1-2 


.500 


1-1 


2 





2 


4 


1 


7 


8 


JB Hampton 


1-0 


17 


4-9 


.444 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


2-1 


3 


2 


4 





1 


2 


9 


J1 1 Florida State 


1-0 


17 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


4-4 


1.000 


1-1 


2 


2 





1 


1 





6 


J15 at Wake Forest 


1-0 


11 


3-5 


.600 


2-2 1 ,000 


0-1 


.000 


2-4 


6 


2 


1 


2 





1 


8 


J18 Duke 


1-0 


14 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


4-4 


1.000 


0-0 





2 








1 


1 


6 


J22 at North Carolina 


1-0 


11 


0-2 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


3 


1 


2 


1 











J25 atClemson 


1-0 


5 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 








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J30 NC State 


1-0 


4 


0-0 


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0-0 


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0-1 


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0-0 

















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F2 Lovols (Md.) 


1-0 


IB 


3-6 


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1-4 


.250 


0-0 


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2-2 


4 





4 


1 





2 


7 


FB Virginia 


1-0 


3 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


3 














2 


F9 at Georflia Tech 


1-0 


13 


1-3 


.333 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


2 





1 


1 





3 


F12 at Florida State 


1-0 


4 


1-2 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 


1 











3 


F17 Wake Forest 


1-0 


6 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-2 


2 


1 














2 


F1S at Duke 


1-0 


10 


1-3 


.333 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 


2 





1 





D 


2 


F22 North Carolina 


1-0 


6 


0-1 


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0-0 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


0-0 





1 

















F25 Clemson 


1-0 


8 


0-1 


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Career Highs 

Category 1 OpponentDate 


Points 


9 


vs. Hampton, 1-8-03 




9 


vs. Duguesne, 11-30-02 


FG 


4 


vs. Hampton, 1-8-03 


FGA 


9 


vs. Hampton, 1-8-03 


3FG 


2 


at Wake Forest, 1 -15-03 




a 


vs. Duquesne, 11-30-02 


3FGA 


4 


vs. Lovola, 2-2-03 




4 


vs, Hampton, 1 -8-03 


FT 


4 


vs, Duke, 1-1 8-03 




4 


vs, Florida State, 1-11-03 


FTA 


4 


vs, Duke, 1 -18-03 




4 


vs, Florida State, 1-11-03 




4 


vs, UMBC, 12-23-02 


Rebounds 


6 


at Wake Forest, 1-15-03 


Assists 


4 


vs. Lovola. 2-2-03 




4 


vs. Hampton, 1-8-03 


Blocks 


2 


vs, Geopqia Tech, 12-29-02 


Steals 


7 


vs. Waqner, 1-4-03 


Minutes 


21 


vs. Waqner, 1-4-03 





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2002 National Champions 
Final Four • 2001 . 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1934. 1995, 1998. 1999. 2001. 2002. 2003 
NCM Appearances ' 1994. 1995. 1996. 1997. 199B. 1999, 2000, 2001 2002. 20031 



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♦ Forward 

♦ Roxbury, N.J. 

♦ Seton Hall Prep 

♦ 6-6, 204 

♦ Junior, 1V 




On Henry; Hard-working walk-on player who practiced with 
the Tenps through much of their national championship sea- 
son in 2DD2 and saw game a 
tion in 2002-03... an agile anc 
versatile big man who concen' 
trates his efforts toward 
paring the Terps for each 
upcoming opponent, 
and has earned min^ 
utes at the small 
and power for- 
ward positions ... 
a long-reaching 
post player with 
tremendous leap- 
ing ability ... joined 
the team as a 
walk-on after 
dominating play 
at the Campus 
Recreation Cen- 
ter and in the in- 
tramural leagues 
in his first two 
years of college. 

Williams on Henry: "Darien is a very 
valuable walk-on player. His size gives 
us someone to go against in prac- 
tice who is a good player, and he 
has done a good pb in the past 
year for us." 

As a Sophomore in SOQS-03: 

Walk-on who saw action in nine 
games ... made the most of his 
opportunities, scoring in five of nine 
games played and finishing the season 
shooting .500 from the field ... made his only shot at- 
tempt in two minutes vs. Loyola (Feb. 2) ... grabbed three 
rebounds in three minutes vs. Florida State (Jan. 11) ... 
threw down a slam dunk and made one steal in one minute 
played against Wagner (Jan. 4) ... played three minutes vs. 
UMBO and registered his first points as a collegian, scor- 
ing three points and adding a rebound (Dec. 23) ... saw two 
minutes of action vs. Duquesne (Nov. 30) and contributed 




an assist and a steal ... made his collegiate debut vs. The 
Citadel (Nov. 271 and registered a blocked shot. 

High School: Graduated from Seton Hall Prep School 
n spring 2000 ... played |ust one year of varsity 
basketball, as a senior during 2000 when he aver- 
aged 3.5 points per game ... he also ran track 
during his senior year, participating in the high 
hurdles and high jump. 

Personal: Darien George Henry ... 
bom Sept. 19, 1983 ... son of 
Vivian and George Henry ... an only 
child ... a member of the National 
Honor Society in high school, 
and a member of the Key 
Scholar Program at Mary- 
land ... attends the univer- 
sity on a partial academic 
scholarship ... favorite 
sports movie is "Blue 
Chips" ... majoring in 
computer engineer- 



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Henry's Career Statistics 

Year GP-GS Min.-Avg. FS-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-Avg 


20D2-Q3 9-Q 23-2.6 5-10 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


3-5 


8-0.9 


5-D 


2 


1 


1 


2 


11-1.2 


Henry's ACC Statistics 

Year GP-GS Mln.-Avg. FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-OR 


Reb-Av9. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Bft 


St 


Pts.-Avs. 


2002-03 3-0 9-3.3 1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-5 


B-2.0 


3 














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Meet The Terrapins 




DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four ' 2001 . 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994. 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances' 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



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♦ Center 

♦ Hanover, Md. 

♦ Archbishop 
Spalding H.S. 

♦ 7-1 , 245 

♦ Freshman, H.S. 




On Bowers: An imposing, physical big man with a 

shooter's touch ... joins the Terrapins as a Top 20 

prospect at center ... a formidable inside presence 

with all the physical tools necessary to be a com- i i^-- ^^ 

petiton, ^ ^^y 

Williams on Bowers: "Will is one of those people 
who has been an outstanding student at the high- 
school level, and he has really developed in 
the last year as a basketball player. 
With his size and shooting ability 
there is no reason why he can't 
become a very good college 
basketball player." 



At Archbishop Spalding 

Starting center for Arch- 
bishop Spalding in Severn, 
Md. ... averaged 13.5 
points per game as a se- 
nior to go along with B.D 
rebounds per game ... 
blocked 76 shots and dealt 
40 assists as a senior ... 
shot 52. B percent from the 
floor his final season, helping 
the Cavaliers to a 26-7 record 
and a second-place finish in the 
Baltimore Catholic League and 
Maryland Interscholastic Athletic 
Association A Conference ... 
named to the Baltimore Sun's 
All-Metro first team in his se- 
nior season after being selected 
to the second team as a junior 



a BCL/MIAA All-Tournament Team member after 
leading Archbishop Spalding to a second-place 




finish with a 20.0 points per game average 
in three tournament games ... finished his 
high school tenure with 1,100 career 
points ... a participant in Baltimore's Charm 
City Challenge with Terrapin teammates 
Hassan Fofana, D.J. Strawberry and 
Ekene Ibekwe in April 2003 ... also par- 
ticipated in the Jordan Capital 
Classic BlueAA/hite game at 
■■, MCI Center later that month 
with Strawberry ... high 
school coach was Mike Click. 

Personal: William Loring 
Bowers ... born May 4, 
1985 ... son of Karen and 
, William "Bill" Bowers, Sr. ... 
an only child ... also a mem- 
ber of the tennis team in 
high school ... interests in- 
clude U.S. history in the 
post-Civil War era and com- 
puters ... hopes to major in busi- 
ness. 



t 

Bo\A/ers Up 
Close... 

Favorite Movies: Saving Silverman; 

The Big Lebowski. 
Favorite Food: Orange chicken. 
Favorite Class: History 1 57, 

U.S. Post Civil War. 
Favorite all-time athlete at 

Maryland: Tom McMillen. 
Favorite Quota: "Ufe is a comedy 

for those who think, and 

a tragedy for those 

who feel." 
- Walpole. 





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A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

SODS National Champions 

Final Four ' S001 . 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995. 199B. 1999. 2001. 2002. 2003 

NCAA Appearances < 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



yland Men's BaMU^tball 





♦ Forward/Center 

♦ Weston, Mass. 

♦ Holy Name 
H.S./Hargrave 
Military (Va.j 

♦ 6-10,290 ■ 

♦ Freshman, H.S. 




On Fofana: A powerful, wide-bodied player wlio pos- 
sesses outstanding quicl<ness and footworl< ... a Top 
1 00 prep recruit who also ranks as a Top 
10 prospect at center ... gives the Terps a 
massive presence in the paint and will pro- 
vide a major impact as he refines his skills. 

Williams on Fofana: "Hassan has that body 

size we have had a lot of success here with, 
like Obinna Ekezie and Lonny Baxter. He 
gives you that wide body but he is 
also a very quick player and good 
athlete. Hassan has not played 
as much as some of our other 
players, having been a soccer 
player at a younger age but 
being a soccer player gives you 
very good footwork as a bas- 
ketball player. Hopefully 
Hassan will really improve 
quickly as he gets compet- 
ing against this level of 
player." 




At Hargrave: Averaged 16.5 points per game and 
10.1 rebounds at Hargrave ... scored seven points 
With five rebounds as a participant in Baltimore's 
Charm City Challenge with Terrapin teammates Will 
Bowers, D.J. Strawberry and Ekene Ibekwe in April 
2003 ... prep coach was Mike Preston. 

Personal: Hassan Fofana ... bom April 19,1 983, 
in Guinea, on the West Coast of Africa ... 
son of Maname (mother) and 
Foumghe Fofana of Conkary, 
Guinea, formerly of Togo ... 
guardian is Dr. Gary W. 
Gibbons of Weston, 
Mass. ... interests in- 
clude soccer, which 
he played from a 
young age, com- 
puters and swim- 
ming ... wears a 
size- 19 basketball 
shoe, the largest 
since former Terp for- 
ward and strength coach 
Kurtis Shultz in 1 995 and be- 
lieved to be the largest since 
Gary Williams' arrival at Maryland 
in 1 989 ... plans to major in inter- 
national business and minor in com- 
puter science. 



Fofana Up Close... 

Nickname: Big H. 

If I could have dinner with any three people (In 
history or today); Nelson Mandela, Dr. Mar- 
tin Luther King Jr. and Queen Elizabeth. 

Favorite book; NarraCive of the life 
of Frederick Douglass. 

Favorite all-time athlete at Maryland; 
Lonny Baxter. 

Hero/role model; On the court, 
Charles Barkley and Hakeem 
Olajuwon. Off the court, my dad 

Favorite quote; "Say hello to my 
little friend," 




EDgcscEs of MZgomira^rn 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four ' 2001 , 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 199B, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000. 2001, 2002, 200:: 



Maryland Men's Baske1^^fitCJ[ i 






♦ Forward 

♦ Carson, Calif. 

♦ Carson H.S. 

♦ 6-9, 211 

♦ Freshnnan, H.S. 




On Ibekwe: Parade All-Amencan is a long, lean, dy- 
namic player at power forward ... a talented shooter 
for his size who can take the ball to the basket 
and score in the post, and a high-flying finisher 
and shot blocker ... rated as a consensus Top 
40 high school prospect and as high as the 
No. 9 incoming power forward in the nation. ,; 

Williams on Ibekwe; "Ekene is a B-9 player 

who IS very quick and is an outstand- 
ing outside shooter with a very 
good inside game. It is going tc 
be interesting to watch Ekene 
compete and see where he 
fits in this year, because he 
has outstanding talent." 



At Carson: A second 
team Parade High 
School Ail-American af- 
ter averaging 19.9 
points and 10.2 re- 
bounds per game as a senior 
at Carson High School ... also 
blocked 4.4 shots per game and 
averaged nearly four steals in 
leading his squad to a 23-4 
record and a semifinal finish in the 
Los Angeles city championship ... 
earned all-state honors and a first 
team "All-Dream Team" nod by the 
Long Seach Press-Telegram as a 
senior ... named to the All-L.A. city 
first team, the All-South Bay first 
team and his team's MVP as a jun- 



ior and senior ... scored 1 B points and was named to 
the all-tournament team as a participant in Baltimore's 
Charm City Challenge with Terrapin teammates 
Hassan Fofana, D.J. Strawberry and Will Bowers 
in April, 2003 ... also participated in the Jordan 
Capital Classic Silver/Black game at MCI Center 
later that month, where he squared off against 
a group of elite high-school seniors including 
LeBron James ... high school coach was Ri- 
chard Masson. 

Personal! Ekene Brian Ibekwe ... born 
July 19,1 9B5 ... son of Agatha and 
Augustine Ibekwe, who hail from Ni- 
geria ... brother, Onye Ibekwe [19), is 
a sophomore basketball player at 
Oklahoma State ... has two sis- 
ters, Chinyere (1 5) and Ify (1 3) 
... a recipient of 
the Scott 
Smith Schol- 
arship Award 
and a mem- 
ber of the 
Principal's 
Honor Roll in 
high school ... interests in- 
clude computers and working on his 
game ... aspires to be an entrepreneur 
when his basketball career is over. 




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Ibekw/e Up 
Close... 

Favorite TV Show: The Simpsons. 
Since coming to Maryland, I've / 

learned: How to manage my time ' 
Heroes/role models; My parents, rtk 
The best thing about Maryland is; ^ 

The diversity in the school, 
Greatest athletic 

accomplishment: 

Playing in Che 

Jordan 

Capital 

Classic 



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Tient: , 

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— ^ _^ A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four ' SOai . 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994. 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1994. 1995. 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 20031 



r^-^ NKIItrvlBnd Men's Bmsketball 



MIKE ri 




♦ Guard 

♦ Dorchester, 
Mass. 

♦ Thayer Academy 

♦ 6-5, 196 

♦ Freshman, H.S. 




On Jones: McDonald's and Parade All-Amencan is a 
proficient long-range sharpshooter with tre- 
mendous athleticism and the ability to score 
in a variety of ways ... an explosive finisher, 
tenacious defender and adept ball-handler 
at the shooting guard position ,,. consen- 
sus Top 20 standout has been rated as 
high as the No. 2 prep shooting 
guard, behind only LeBron 
James ,.. "one of the most 
humble and unassuming All- 
Americans you will ever 
meet," according to high 
school coach Rob 
Dixon, 

Williams on 
Jones: "Mike, 
strength-wise, is 
ready to play col- 
lege basketball. He 
is very quick, very 
powerful off the floor 
and he is an outstanding 3^ 
point shooter. Potentially, 
Mike will be an outstanding 
college basketball player." 



At Thayer Academy: A ^ 

McDonald's All-Amencan i 
and third team All-America \ 
selection by Parade Maga- 
zine after a standout career 
at Thayer Academy in 
Braintree, Mass. ... averaged 
24.8 points per game, 14.2 re- 
bounds, 3.0 assists and 2.3 
steals in his final high-school sea- 




son ... a 44 percent 3-point shooter and 85 percent 
free-throw shooter as a senior ... named the Gatorade 
Player of the Year for the state of Massachusetts 
following his senior year ... also a first team selec- 
tion of the Boston Globe and the MVP of the Inde- 
pendent School League, all as a junior and senior ... 
finished his career third all-time in scoring at Thayer 
with 2,021 points ... earned Patriot Ledger scho- 
lastic honors and the Headmaster's Award for 
being Thayer Academy's top male student- 
athlete ... won the 3-point shootout at 
the McDonald's All-Amencan Game, and 
scored 1 3 points in the game itself while 
playing among high school basketball's 
elite ... also excelled as a sprinter on 
Thayer's track team and was a state 
runner-up in the 1 00 meter dash as 
a junior ... prep coach was Rob Dixon. 

Personal: Michael Allen Jones ... 
bom July 24, 1 984 .„ son of Lisa 
and Curtis Jones ... one of seven 
children ... has three brothers, 
Jerod (191, Maurice (IB) and 
Jamal (13) and three sisters 
Shauday (17), Jarquis (161 and 
Leeyah (81 ... interests include draw- 
ing, computers, listening to music and 
playing video games ... won a video-game com- 
petition as part of the McDonald's All-Amencan 
Game ... lists his mother as the person he most 
admires and Michael Jordan as his favonte ath- 
Mi lete ... the first Terrapin to wear No. 23 since 
Steve Francis in 1 999 and current assistant 
coach Dave Dickerson before him in 1 989 
... contemplating a major in business or 
communication. 



Jones Up Close.. 

Nickname: "The Truth," 

Greatest athletic accomplishment: 

Winning the 3-point shootout at 
the McDonald's All-American game. 

Few people know that I: Can sing. 

If I could have dinner with any 
three people [in history or today]: 
Michael Jordan, Ray Allen and 
Magic Johnson. 

Favorite Quote: "Come ready or 
never start." 





HJegj^cf^ i=Bf MUMomirB^m 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four '2001, 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2DD1, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's Bask^lngriOZ^ m J 






♦ Guard 

♦ Corona, Calif. 

♦ Mater Dei H.S. 

♦ 6-5, 183 

♦ Freshman, H.S. 




On Strawberry; A dynamic, hard-nosed defender and 
excellent playmaker .., an athletic finisher and excel- 
lent ball-handler and passer for his size ... a versa- 
tile player at shooting guard ... recognized as a 
Top 100 prospect by several recruiting services. 

Williams on Strawberry: "D.J. is one of those guys 
who has a lot of things going for him. He played 
in a good system, he is a very good passer 
for a guy that is 6-5, and he is an out- 
standing defender. Players like D.J. 
earn playing time - they give so 
much to the team that doesn't al- 
ways show up in the stats. He is 
going to be a very important part 
of the team this year." 



At Mater Dei: Averaged 13.1 
points per game and 4.4 re- 
bounds in leading Mater Dei 
to a 35-2 record and the 
California Interscholastic 
Federation (CIF) state title 
as a senior ... also aver- 
aged 2.3 assists per 
game and 2.0 steals ... 
garnered first team All- 
CIF accolades following 
his senior season ... mer- 
ited first team All-Serra 
League and first team All- \ 
Orange County honors as : 
a lunior and senior ... 
guarded LeBron James as 
the Monarchs took on St. 




Vincent's-St. Mary's as a senior ... held James to .333 
field-goal shooting, including an 0-for-B 3-point shoot- 
ing performance ... also forced James into 
seven turnovers ... scored 12 points as a 
participant in Baltimore's Charm City Chal- 
lenge with Terrapin teammates Hassan 
Fofana, Will Bowers and Ekene Ibekwe in 
April 2DD3 ... netted 13 points as he par- 
ticipated in the Jordan Capital Classic 
Blue/White game at MCI Center later 
H %. V that month with Bowers. 



Personal: D.J. Eugene Strawberry 
... born June 15, 19B5 ... son of 
Lisa Watkins and former Major 
League Baseball player Darryl 
Strawberry ... has two 
brothers, Jordan 
Strawberry (7) and 
Jesse Watkins (3) ... 
also has four sisters. 
Diamond [15], Jade 
(6) and Jewel Straw- 
berry [2) and Faith 
Watkins (5) ... interests in- 
clude baseball and video games ... lists the 
Washington Wizards as his favorite NBA team 
and Michael Jordan as his favorite profes- 
sional basketball player. 




Strawberry Up 
Close... 

Greatest athletic accomplishment: 

Winning the California state 
championship. 
Hero/role model: My mom. '* 

Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan. 
The Maryland basketball player 
that will surprise you 
this year is: ^ 

John ^igm^jm 
Gilchrist. j/^^^^^M 





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£003 ACC Composite Schedule B5 



Opponent Profiles 



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Amencan/Clemson 



84 



Duka/Florida 



B5 



Florida State/George Mason 88 
George Washington/Georgia Tech 87 
Gonzaga/Hofstra 



Md. Eastern Shore/Mt. St. Mar^'sSa 
North Carolina/UNC Greensboro 90 ., 
NC Stata^pperdine 91 P** 



Virginia/Wake Forest 



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West VirginiaAA/isconsin 



The BBST Classic 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 NaCanal Champions ^ ^^ 

Final Four • 2001 , 2002 
Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995. 199B. 1999, 2001. 2002. 2003 
NCAA Appearances • 1994. 1995. 1996. 1997. 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 




John Swofford, 
ACC Commissioner 



Maryland Men's Basket:b§ritLl m T 



BOUT th 



The Tradition 

Consistency. It's Che 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 consistency. 

Yet the Atlantic Coast Conference has defied the odds. Now in its 51 st year of compe- 
tition, the ACC has long enjoyed the reputation as one of the stron- 
gest and most competitive intercollegiate conferences in the na- 
tion. And that is not mere conjecture, the numbers support it. 

Since the league's inception in 1 953, ACC schools have captured 
BB national champion-ships. Since 1990, the ACC has won 45 
NCAA national titles and this past year eight ACC schools finished 
in the Top 50 of the final NACDA Directors' Cup ranking, including 
'cur :n the Top 25. 

I* success IS best measured in terms of wins and losses, then 
tne ACC is unrivaled in NCAA annals. With Maryland's victory over 
Indiana m the 2002 NCAA title game, ACC teams have captured 
nine NCAA basketball championships, including five over the last 1 3 
years. 

No conference has ^^^^mt^^^^^^m^^^^^^ 

posted a better NCAA Tournament record than the 

ACC since the NCAA's inaugural tournament in 

1 938. The nine current conference members have 

posted an NCAA Tournament-best mark of 301-1 54 

for a sterling .661 winning percentage against the 

nation's toughest competition. 

Since 1 965, vrfien the NCAA Tournament was 

expanded to 64 teams, the ACC teams have been 

even more impressive compiling a 189-90 (.677) 

NCAA record, including 53 "Sweet 1 6" appearances 

and 18 Final Four berths. Since 1965, 53 of the 

94 ACC teams receiving NCAA berths have won at 

least two NCAA Tournament games. 

Since the 1 990 season, ACC teams are 1 68- 

1 61 against non-conference ranked opponents. Since 

1990, the ACC is the only conference to post a 

winning record against non-conference foes. 

North Carolina and Duke lead all ACC schools 

with three NCAA championships each. NC State has 

two NCAA titles to its credit and Maryland one. 

The Tar Heels captured NCAA titles in 1 957, 1 962 

and 1993 while the Slue Devils won back-to-back 

championships in 1 991 and 1 992 and their third in 

2001 . The Wolf pack walked away with the coveted 

crown in 1 974 and 1 963 while the Terps claimed 

the 2002 national title. 

The stature of ACC basketball is nowhere more 

clearly defined than by its regional and national tele- 
vision exposure. A total of 1 52 televised games in- 
volving ACC teams headline the league's 2003-04 

schedule, including a record -tying 231 appearances. 

League teams are slated to make 1 33 appearances 

on national television and 71 of the league's 72 regu- 
lar season games, including 39 on national television 

networks are scheduled to be televised. 

Since 196B, 71 players from the ACC have 

been selected in the first round of the N6A Draft - 

1 5 more than any other conference. This past sea- 
son, the ACC led all conferences with 51 of its former 

players in the NeA, including Tim Duncan (Wake For- 
est), who was named as the NSA Most Valuable 

Player for the second year in a row. 





ACC 



Atlantic Coast Conference 
45 1S Weybridge Lane 
Greensboro, NC 57407 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 


Phone 


336-651-6062 


Media Relations Fax 


336-654-8797 


33B-547-62B1 


Administrative Fax 


336-31 6-B097 


E-Mail 


bmorrisonetheacc.orq 


Web Address 


theacc.com 



ACC Media Relations Staff 


erian Morrison 


Director 


Amy Yakola 


Asst. Director 


Sarah Schmidt 


Asst. Director 


Jason Leturmy 


Intern 


Barb Dery 


Secretary 



ACC Member Schools 

^«p Clem! 

2fl|^M tei" rnember of the SC in 1921 
^H^ ACC in 1953. 

1928; charter 



The 1 2 sports for men include football, cross country, soccer, basketball, swimming, 
indoor and outdoor track, wrestling, baseball, tennis, golf and lacrosse. Fencing, which was 
started in 1 971 , was discontinued in 1 981 . Women's sports were initiated in 1 977 with the 
^^^^^gm^^^^l^^^^^^gm ^'^^ championship meet being held in tennis at Wake 

Forest University. 

Championships for women are conducted 
in cross country, volleyball, field hockey, soccer, bas- 
ketball, swimming, indoor and outdoor track, tennis, 
golf, lacrosse, Softball and rowing. 



Charter member of the SIAA in 1 894, char- 
charter member of the 



Duke - Joined the SC in December, 
member of the ACC in 1 953. 







Florida State - Charter member of the Dixie Confer- 
ence in 1 948, iDined the Metro Conference in July, 1 978; 
loined the ACC Sept. 15. 1990. 



Georgia Tech - Charter member of the SIAA in 1 894, 
charter member of SC in 1921, charter member of 
the SEC in 1 932, loined the ACC in July, 1 979, 



Maryland - Charter member of the SC in 1 92 1 , char- 
ter member of the ACC in 1 953. 



North Carolina - Charter member of the SIAA in 
1 894, charter member of the SC in 1 921 , charter 
member of the ACC in 1 953. 



NC State - Charter member of the SC in 1 921 , char- 
ter member of the ACC in 1 953. 





Virginia - Charter member of the SIAA in 1894, 
charter member of the SC in 1921 , resigned from 
SC in December 1 936, joined the ACC in Decem- 
ber, 1953 



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Wake Forest - Joined the SC in February 1 936. 
charter member of the ACC in 1 953. 



Coming Soon... 



The Championships 

The conference will conduct championship com- 
petition in 25 sports during the 2003-04 academic 
year - 1 2 for men and 1 3 for women. 

The first ACC championship was held m swim- 
ming on February 25, 1954. The conference did 
not conduct champipnships in cross country, wres- 
tling or tennis during the first year 




Ljyr 



Boston College 



MIAMI 

Miami 



Virginia Tech 



History of the ACC 

The Atlantic Coast Conference was founded on 
May 8, 1953. at the Sedgefield Inn near Greens- 
boro, 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 South- 
ern Conference came early on the morning of May 
8, 1953, during the Southern Conference's annual 
spring meeting. On June 14,1 953, the seven mem- 
bers met in Raleigh, N.C., where a set of bylaws 
was adopted and the name officially became the A^ 
lantic Coast Conference. 

Suggestions from fans for the name of the new 
conference appeared m the region's newspapers pnor 
to the meeting in Raleigh. Some of the names sug- 
gested were: Dixie, Mid South. Mid Atlantic, East 
Coast, Seaboard, Colonial, Tobacco, Blue-Gray, Pied- 
mont, Southern Seven and the Shoreline. 

Duke's Eddie Cameron recommended that the 
name of the conference be the Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference, and the motion was passed unanimously. 
The meeting concluded with each member institu- 
tion assessed S2Q0.00 to pay for conference ex- 
penses. 

On December 4, 1953, conference officials met 
again at Sedgefield and officially admitted the Uni- 
versity of Virginia as the league's eighth member. 
The first, and only, withdrawal of a school from Che 
ACC came on June 30, 1 971 , when the University 
of South Carolina tendered its resignation. 

The ACC operated with seven members until April 
3, 1 978, when the Georgia Institute of Technology 
was admitted. The Atlanta school had withdravm 
from the Southeastern Conference in January of 
1964, 

The ACC expanded to nine members on July 1 , 
1 991 , with the addition of Flonda State University. 

This past June 30. conference membership in- 
creased to 1 1 with the announcement that the Uni- 
versity of Miami and Virginia Tech had accepted invi- 
tations to join the league beginning in the 2004-05 
academic year Soston College was officially welcomed 
to the league on Oct. 1 7, 2003. 



The ACC & Opponenti^f^J^mTi 




ECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four • 2001 2005 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 199B. 1999. 2001. 2002. 2003 

NCAA Appearances '1994. 1995, 1996, 1997. 1998, 1999. 2000. 2001, 2002. 2003 



'land Men's Basketball 



S004 ACC Tournament 



Seed #8 



March 11. 7:00 p.m. 
ESPN 



Seed #9 



Seed n 



March 12, Noon 
RJ-ESPN2 



Winner #8/ #9 
Seed »4 



March 12, 2.'3Dp.m 
HJ-ESPN2 



Seed #5 
Seed #2 



March 12, 7:00 p.m. 
RJ-ESPN2 



Seed #7 
Seed #3 



March 12, 9:30 p.m. 
RJ/ESPN2 



March 13, 
1:30 p.m. 
RJ-ESPN 



SI St Annual ACC Tournament 

March 11-14, 3004 

Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, N.C. 



Championship 

March 14. 
1:00 p.m. 
RJ-ESPN 



March 13, 
4.-00 p.m. 
HJ-ESPN 



Seed #6 




S004 NCAA Tournament; 



2004 NCAA Division I iVIen's 
BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP 




NCAA 17471.7/03 



'FirsI- and second-round and regional Sites will be placed in Ihe bracket by 

the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Committee March U 

March 18 and 20 tirst-lsecond-mund sites: Buffalo. Denver, Raleigh, Seattle 

March 19 and 21 first-Zsecorid-round sites: Columbus. Kansas City. Milwaukee. Orlando 

March 25 artd 27 regiortal sites: East Rutherford and Phoenix 

March 26 and 28 regional sites: Atlanta and St Louis 




3004 Dates & Sites 

Opening Round 

University of Dayton Arena 
(Dayton, Ohio) 



March 16 



First S Second Rounds 

HSBC Arena 

(Buffalo, N.Y.I 
RBD Center 

(Raleigh, N.C.) 
Kemper Arena 

(Kansas City, Ivlo.l 
TD Waterhouse Centre 

(Orlando, Fla.) 
Nationwide Arena 

(Columbus, Ohio) 
Bradley Center 

(Milwaukee, Wise.) 
Pepsi Center 

(Denver, Colo.) 
Key Arena 

(Seattle, Wash.) 



March 1 8 S 20 
March IBS 20 
March igS21 
March IBS 21 
March 19 5 21 
March 19S21 
March IBS 20 
March IBS 20 



Regional Semifinals S Finals 

Continental Airlines Arena March 25 S 27 

(East Rutherford, N.J.) 
Georgia Dome March 26 S 28 

(Atlanta, Ga.) 
Edward Jones Dome March 2B S 28 

(St. Louis, Mo.) 
America West Arena March 25 S 27 

(Phoenix, Az.) 



Final Four 

Alamodome 

(San Antonio, Texas) 



April 3 S 5 



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_„ .^^ A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions a^ _ 

Final Four • 2001, 2002 ^ - - ^ 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 200). 2002. 2003 
NCM Appearances ' 1994. 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002. 2003 



■ylHaind Men's BasketbaUZJ m J 





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Thursday, NovBmber 13 

Wake Forest in Coaches vs. Cancer , ESPN2, tba 
New York. N.Y. (tentative) 

Tuesday, November 18 

Louisiana-Lafayette at Georgia Tech, ESPN, 7:00 
Preseason NIT 

Thursday, November SO 

Georgia Tech in Preseason NIT, 7:00 

Friday, November SI 

Gardner Webb at Clemson, 7:00 
Maine at Florida State, Sunshine, 7:00 
UNC-Ashevilte at NC State, 8:30 

Saturday, November SS 

Elon at Wake Forest, 2:00 

Detroit at Duke, FSNS, 5:00 

American at Maryland, RJ split, 8:00 

Old Dominion at North Carolina, RJ split, 8:00 

Sunday, November S3 

Georgia Tech at Cornell, CSTV, 3:00 
Mount St. Mary's at Virginia, 2:00 

Monday, November S4 

High Point at Clemson, 7:00 

North Carolina at Davidson, ESPN2, 7:00 

Tuesday, November SS 

How/and at NC State ,7:30 

George Mason at Maryland, FSNS/CSN, 8:00 

Wednesday, November SB 

Nicholls State at Florida State, 7:00 
Georgia Tech In Preseason NIT, ESPN 

Thursday, November S7 

Duke vs. Pacific, ESPN2, 1 1 :30 
Great Alaska Shootout, Anchorage, Alaska 

Friday, November SB 

Duke in Great Alaska Shootout, ESPN2, 12:30 a.m. 
Anchorage, Alaska 
S.C. State at Florida State, Sunshine, 5:30 
Florida ASM at NC State. 7:30 
Virginia Tech at Virginia, FSNS/CSN, 8:00 
Georgia Tech in Pre-Season NIT. ESPN 

Saturday, November SB 

Duke in Great Alaska Shootout, ESPN2. 12:30 a.m. 

Anchorage, Alaska 
Wake Forest at Yale, 1 :00 
Wofford at Clemson, 2:00 
North Carolina at Cleveland State, RJ, 4:00 
Hofstra at Maryland. RJ. 8:00 



Sunday, November 30 

High Point at Virginia. 2:00 

Monday, December 1 

Northwestern at Florida State, ESPN2, 7:00 

Tuesday, December 8 

ACC-Big Ten Challenge 

Indiana at Wake Forest, ESPN, 7:00 
NC State at Michigan, ESPN2, 7:30 
Illinois vs. North Carolina, ESPN, 9:00 
Wisconsin at Maryland, ESPN2, 9:30 

Wednesday, December 3 
ACC-Big Ten Challenge 

Mississippi at Florida State, FSNS/Sun, 7:00 
Georgia Tech at Ohio State, ESPN, 7:00 
Clemson at Purdue, ESPN2, 7:30 
Duke at Michigan State, ESPN, 9:00 
Minnesota at Virginia, ESPN2, 9:30 

Friday, December S 

Virginia at VMI, 7:00 

Saturday, December B 

St. Johns at Duke, ESPN, 2:00 
Fairleigh-Dickinson at Florida State, Sun, 2:00 
Maryland vs. Gonzaga, Raycom, 3:30 

BBST Classic, Washington D.C. 
Richmond at Wake Forest. RSN. 4:00 
South Carolina at Clemson. FSNS/Sun. 7:00 
Tennessee State at Georgia Tech, 7:00 

Sunday, December 7 

Maryland in BBST Classic, Raycom 

George Mason at No. Carolina, FSNS/CSN, 1 :00 

Wisconsin-Milwaukee at NC State, FSN, 6:30 

Wednesday, December 10 

Maryland at Florida, ESPN, 7:00 

Saturday, December 13 

St. Louis vs. Georgia Tech, FSNS/Sun, 12:30 

Chick-fil-A Classic, Atlanta, Ga. 
Georgia vs. Clemson, FSNS/Sun, 3:00 
Hartford at NC State, 4:00 

Sunday, December 14 

Akron at North Carolina. FSNS/Sun, 1 :00 
Pepperdine at Maryland, FSN, 5:30 
Portland at Duke. FSN, 8:00 
Florida State at Miami, FSNS, 4:00 

Monday, December 15 

East Tennessee State at Clemson, 7:00 
Wake Forest at SMU, 8:05 



Tuesday, December IB 

tba at Florida State. 7:00 

Pittsburgh Invitational, Tallahassee, Fla. 
James Madison at Virginia. 7:30 

Wednesday, December 17 

Alabama ASM at Georgia Tech, 7:00 
Princeton at Duke, ESPN2, 7:30 
Clemson at Cincinnati, TV, tba 

Thursday, December 18 

tba at Florida State, 7:00 
Pittsburgh Invitational, Tallahassee, Fla. 

Friday, December 13 

Virginia at Loyola Marymount, 10:05 

Saturday, December SO 

Texas vs. Duke, ESPN, 12:00 

Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. 
S.C. State at Clemson, 2:00 
NC State at South Carolina, FSNS/Sun, 2:00 
Wake Forest at North Carolina, FSN, 5:30 
Florida State in Pittsburgh Invitational 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Sunday, December 81 

St. Johns at Georgia Tech, FSN, 3:00 

Monday, December SS 

Radford at Clemson, 7:00 
Coastal Carolina at Virginia, 7:30 
Florida State in Pittsburgh Invitational, tba 

Tuesday, December S3 

Marist at Georgia Tech, 2:00 
UNC-Greensboro at Maryland. FSNS/CSN, 8:00 

Sunday, December SB 

UNC-Wilmington vs. North Carolina, RJ, 1 :00 

Myrtle Beach, S.C. 
Maryland at Florida State, FSN, 5:30 
Virginia at NC State, FSN. 8:00 

Monday, December S3 

Davidson at Duke. ESPN. 4:00 
VCU at Georgia Tech, FSNS, 7:00 

Tuesday, December 30 

Florida State at Stetson, Sunshine, 6:00 
Boston College at Clemson, FSNS. 7:00 
North Carolina AST at Wake Forest. 7:00 
Coastal Carolina at North Carolina. 7:30 

Wednesday, December 31 

Florida ASM at Virginia, 6:00 



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A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four • S001 . SOD^ 

Sweet Sixteen < 1334. 1995, 1998, 1999. 2001. 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances ' 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000. 2001 2002, 2003| 



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Saturday, January 3 

North Carolina at Kentucky, CBS, 18:00 
Florida State at Florida, Sunshine. 1 :00 
Mount St. Mary's at Maryland. RJ split. S:00 
New Mexico at Wake Forest, RJ split, 2:00 
Georgia Tech at Georgia, FSNS/Sun, 3:00 
Providence at Virginia, CSN, 3:00 
Duke at Clemson, FSN. 5:30 
UNC-Wilmington at NC State, FSNS, B:GO 

Tuesday, January B 

Brown at Wake Forest, 7:00 

Fairfield at Duke. RJ split, B:00 

Md. -Eastern Shore at Maryland, RJ split, B:00 

Wednesday, January 7 

Miami at North Carolina. ESPN. 7:00 
Brigham Young at NC State, ESPN2, 8:00 

Saturday, January TO 

Clemson at Wake Forest, RJ, 12:00 

Sunday, January 1 1 

NC State at Florida State, RJ, 4:00 

Duke at Virginia, FSN. 5:30 

Georgia Tech at North Carolina. FSN. B:00 

Tuesday, January 13 

Florida State at Clemson, RSN, 7:00 
Wake Forest at Texas, ESPN2. 8:00 

Wednesday, January 14 

North Carolina at Maryland, ESPN, 9:00 

Thursday, January IS 

Virginia at Georgia Tech, ESPN2, 7:00 
NC State at Duke, RJ, 9:00 

Saturday, January 17 

Wake Forest at Duke, ABC, 1 :00 
Connecticut at North Carolina, CBS, 3:30 
Maryland at Georgia Tech. RJ split, 8:00 
Clemson at NC State, RJ split, 8:00 

Sunday, January 18 

Florida State at Virginia, RJ, 1 :D0 

Tuesday, January SO 

NC State at Boston College, ESPN2. 8:00 
Clemson at Virginia, RSN. 7:00 
Georgia Tech at Wake Forest, RJ. 9:00 

Wednesday, January SI 

Duke at Maryland, ESPN, 9:00 

Thursday, January SS 

North Carolina at Florida State, ESPN2, 7:00 

Saturday, January S4 

Virginia at North Carolina. ESPN, 12:00 
Duke at Georgetown, CBS, 2:00 
Georgia Tech at NC State, RJ. 4:00 

Sunday, January 85 

Wake Forest at Florida State, RJ, 1 :00 
Maryland at Clemson, FSN, 8:00 



Tuesday, January S7 

Clemson at Georgia Tech, RSN, 7:00 

Wednesday, January SB 

NC State at North Carolina, ESPN. 7:00 

Thursday, January S3 

Maryland at Wake Forest, ESPN2, 7:00 
Florida State at Duke. ESPN2. 9:00 

Saturday, January 31 

North Carolina at Clemson, RJ, 12:00 
Virginia at Wake Forest. RJ, 2:30 
Duke at Georgia Tech, ESPN, 5:00 

Sunday, February 1 

Savannah State at Florida State, 2:00 
NC State at Maryland, FSN, 2:00 

Tuesday, February 3 

Georgia Tech at Florida State, RSN, 7:00 

Wednesday, February 4 

Wake Forest at NC State, RJ split, 9:00 
Maryland at Virginia, RJ split, 9:00 

Thursday, February 5 

Duke at North Carolina, RJ/ESPN2, 9:00 

Saturday, February 7 

North Carolina at Wake Forest, CBS. 1 :00 
Georgia Tech at Tennessee. ABC. 3:00 
NC State at Virginia, R J, 3:00 

Sunday, February 8 

Florida State at Maryland, RJ, 1 :00 
Clemson at Duke, FSN, 7:30 

Tuesday, February 10 

Florida State at NC State. RSN, 7:00 
North Carolina at Georgia Tech. RJ, 9:00 

Wednesday, February 1 1 

Virginia at Duke, ESPN, 7:00 

Thursday, February 1S 

Wake Forest at Clemson, ESPN2. 7:00 

Saturday, February 14 

Clemson at Florida State, RSN. 12:00 
Georgia Tech at Virginia, RJ, 2:00 

Sunday, February 1S 

Cincinnati at Wake Forest, ABC, 1 :30 
Maryland at North Carolina. ABC, 3:30 
Duke at NC State. FSN, 7:30 

Tuesday, February 17 

Virginia at Florida State, RSN, 7:00 

Wednesday, February 18 

Duke at Wake Forest, ESPN. 9:00 
NC State at Clemson, RSN. 9:00 

Thursday, February 13 

Georgia Tech at Maryland. ESPN2, 7:00 



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Saturday, February SI 

Florida State at North Carolina, ABC, 1 :00 
Virginia at Clemson, RJ. 4:00 

Sunday, February SS 

Maryland at Duke, CBS. 4:00 
Washington at NC State. FSN, 5:30 
Wake Forest at Georgia Tech, FSN, 8:00 

Tuesday, February S4 

Clemson at Maryland, RJ split, 8:00 
North Carolina at Virginia, RJ split, 8:00 

Wednesday, February SS 

NC State at Georgia Tech. ESPN, 7:00 
Florida State at Wake Forest, 7:00 

Thursday, February SB 

Valparaiso at Duke, ESPN2, 9:00 

Saturday, February S8 

Georgia Tech at Clemson, RSN, 12:00 
Wake Forest at Maryland, ABC, 1 :00 

Sunday, February S3 

North Carolina at NC State, FSN, 5:30 
Duke at Florida State, FSN, 8:00 

Tuesday, March S 

Wake Forest at Virginia, ESPN2, 7:00 
Clemson at North Carolina, RJ, 9:00 

Wednesday, March 3 

Georgia Tech at Duke. ESPN, 7:00 
Maryland at NC State, R J, 9:00 

Saturday, March B 

NC State at Wake Forest, CBS, 1 :30 
Florida State at Georgia Tech, RSN. 4:30 
North Carolina at Duke. ESPN, 9:00 

Sunday, March 7 

Virginia at Maryland. FSN. 8:00 




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.e ACC S Opponents 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four ' 2001 , 2002 

Sweet Sixteen ' 1994. 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances' 1994, 1995, 1936, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's Basketbiittl4 mj 




AMERIC 



Ragles 



f„. 






Jeff Jones 



Nov. SS, S003 
College Park, Md. 




^ 



Glenn Stokes OHver Purnell 



Jan. S5, S004 Clemson, S.C. 
Feb. S4, S004 College Park, Md. 




Chris Hobbs 



General Information 

Location; Washington, D.C, 
Enrollment; 5,50D 
Founded; 1893 
Colors; AU Red and Blue 
Conference; Patriot League 
Nickname; Eagles 

Home Arena; Bender Arena (4,500) 
President; Dr. Beniamin Ladner 
Athletics Director; TBA 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach; Jeff Jones (Virginia 'B2) 
Career Reoord/Yrs.; 1B7- 150/11 
Record at American/Yrs. ; 4 1 -46/3 
Best Time to Reach; Mornings 
Office Phone; 202-885-3010 
Assistant Coaches; Kelvin Jefferson 
(Southern Connecticut St. '951, Kieran 
Donohue (Virginia '97), Pete McLaughlin 
(Virginia '98) 

saas-03 

Overall Record; 16-14 
Conference Record/Finish; 9-5/T-2nd 
Final Rankings; None 
Postseason; None .«■ « 

Media Services 

Basketball SID; Shaun IVIay 
Office Phone; 202-885-3079 
Cell Phone; 202-531-0152 
E-Mail; smay@american.edu 
Office Fax; 202-885-3033 
Press Row Phone; 202-BB5-e232 
Website; viww.aueagles.com 



Series Information 

Series Record: IVIaryland leads, 10-1 
Last Meeting; Maryland won, 83-53, on 
Nov. 1 7, 2001 (College Park) 



3003-04 Schedule 

N22 at Maryland 
Delaware 

at Fairleigh Dickinson 
at Radford 
at Eton 

UNC-Greansboro 
at Howard 

at Saint Francis (Pa.) 
at Notre Dame 
Pepperdine ' 
Yale 



N25 

N29 

D2 

D4 

DB 

DB 

DIB 

D21 

D27 

J3 

J5 

J10 

J14 

J17 

J23 

J25 

J30 

F1 

F7 

F10 

F13 

F20 

F22 

F2B 

F2B 



Niagara 

Bucknell ■«« 

at Navy 

Lehigh 

at Colgate 

at Holy Cross 

Lafayette 

Army 

at Bucknell 

Navy 

at Lehigh 

Holy Cross 

Colgate 

at Army 

at Lafayette 




l-Rainbow Classic (Honolulu, HawaiiJ 



Saa3-04 Roster 

IVo. Player Pos, He. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RP6 


APS 


G Sekou Lewis 


F 


6-5 


180 


Fr. 


Cleveland. Ohio 








4 Brayden Bilibe 


C 


(^-in 


235 


Fr. 


Mercer Island, Wash 








10 Andres Rodriguez 


G 


5.11 


175 


Sr, 


San Juan, Puerto Rico 5,0 


3,3 


4,8 


1 1 Craiq Weinstein 


G 


5-11 


175 


So. 


Tarzana, Calif. 


G.O 


0.6 


0.0 


1 2 Jason Thomas 


G 


B-3 


200 


Jr. 


Herndon, Va. 


2.8 


2.4 


D.B 


1 4 Ryan Graham 


G 


5-9 


ISO 


Jr. 


St. John, New Brunswick 0.5 


0.1 


0.1 


1 5 Raimordas Petnauskas F 


6-7 


230 


Jr. 


Mazeikiai, Lithuania 


3.2 


2.6 


0.4 


20 Andre Ingram 


G 


6-3 


190 


Fr. 


Richmond, Va. 








23 Jamaal Caterina 


F 


8-8 


205 


So. 


Portland, Maine 


0.9 


0.6 


0.1 


31 Jarrod Kohl 





6-10 


240 


So. 


Ravenna, Ohio 


0.1 


0.2 


0.0 


33 Jernavis Draughn 


F 


6.5 


S10 


Sr, 


Triangle, Va. 


8,3 


4,9 


0.8 


40 Patrick Okpwae 


F 


8-6 


220 


Jr. 


Yaounde, Cameroon 


B.O 


4.0 


0.3 


41 Mate! Cresnik 


F 


6.8 


340 


Jr. 


Velenje, Slovenia 


7,8 


3,7 


0,6 


43 Linas Lekavicius 


G 


B-1 


185 


Fr. 


Silale, Lithuania 








Starters; 3 returning. 


2 lost; Letterwinners; 9 


returning, 4 lost; Returning starters in bold 



General Information 

Location; Clemson, S.C. 

Enrollment; 18,867 

Founded; 1889 

Colors; Orange and Purple 

Conference; Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Tigers 

Home Arena; Littleiohn Coliseum (10,000) 

President; James F, Barker 

Athletics Director; Terry Don Phillips 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Oliver Purnell (Old Dominion 

75) 
Career Record/Yrs,; 258-191/15 
Record at Clemson/Yrs.; First year 
Best Time to Reach; Contact SID 
Office Phone; 864-656-1954 
Assistant Coaches; Ron Bradley (Eastern 
Nazarene '74), Kevin Nickelberry [Virginia 
Wesleyan '86), Frank Smith (Old Domin- 
ion 'BB) 

S00S-03 

Overall Record; 15 13 
Conference Record/Finish; 5-1 1/T-8th 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID; Tim Bourret 
Office Phone: 864-656-21 14 
Home Phone: 864-888-3490 
E-Mail: btimothfclemson.edu 
Office Fax; 864-656-0299 
Press Row Phone: 864-654-3326 
Website; vmvw.clemsontigers.com 



Series Information 

Series Record; Maryland leads, 82-42 
Last Meeting: Maryland won. 91-52. on 
Feb, 25, 2003 (College Park) 

3003-04 Schedule 

N21 Gardner Webb 

N24 High Point 

N29 Wofford 

D3 at Purdue ' 

DB South Carolina 

D13 at Georgia = 

D15 East Tennessee State 

D17 at Cincinnati 

D2D South Carolina State 

D22 Radford 

D30 Boston College 

J3 Duke 

J10 at Wake Forest 

J13 Florida State 

J17 at NC State 

J20 at Virginia 

J25 Maryland 

J27 at Georgia Tech 

J31 North Carolina 

F8 at Duke 

F12 Wake Forest 

F14 at Florida State 

F1S NC State 

F21 Virginia 

F24 at Maryland 

F2B Georgia Tech 

M2 at North Carolina 
l-ACCBig Ten Challenge; S-Chick-fil-A Clas- 
sic (Atlanta, Ga.J 




S003-04 Roster 

No, Player Pos. Ht, 


Wt, 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


1 Julian Betko 


F 


6-5 


190 


So. 


Huzomberok, Slovakia 


1.9 


0.8 


0.5 


2 1 Lamar Rice 


F 


6-7 


215 


Jr. 


Flint. Mich. 


16.0 


7.0 




4 'Steve Allen 


C 


6-10 


230 


So. 


Fort Lauderdale. Fla. 


1.2 


0.7 




5 Sharrod Ford 


F 


6-9 


330 


Jr. 


Suitland, Md, 


7,5 


6.8 


0,6 


11 Beau Shay 


F 


5-9 


165 


Sr. 


Galesburg, III. 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


13 Olu Babaloa 


F 


6-6 


355 


Jr, 


London, England 


7,6 


3.7 


1,1 


14 Chey Christie 


G 


6-4 


178 


Jr. 


Hartford, Conn, 


11,5 


3.9 


3,1 


20 Vernon Hamilton 


G 


5-11 


190 


Fr. 


Richmond. Va. 








21 Jimmy Hudson 


G 


6-4 


195 


Fr. 


Eustis, Fla. 








22 Shawan Robinson 


G 


8-2 


170 


So. 


Raleigh. N.C. 


4.9 


1.2 


1.1 


33 Akin Akinqbala 


F 


6-9 


220 


So. 


Lagos, Nigeria 


1.1 


1.3 


0.2 


43 Chris Hobbs 


F 


6-7 


360 


Sr, 


Chapel Hill, N.C, 


6,3 


5,5 


0,5 


rSCatistics from 2001-02 at Molt C.C. (Mich.l 


'-Statistics from 2001-02 


Starters; 4 returning, 





■j.ij.uj-i.i.i.i.i.imi.«ji ii I'-i-Ti^ 




Ck DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 Natonai Champions 
Final Four ' 9001 . 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994. 1995. 1998, 1993. 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances < 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003| 



yland Men's Basketball 



DUKE, _, ., FLORIDA^ ^ 

Blue Devils Gators 





Mike Krzyzewski 



Jan, ai, S004 College Park, Md. 
Feb. SS, S004 Durham, N.C 




^ 





Chris Ouhon Billy Donovan 



FiORIDA 



Dec. 10, S003 
Gainesville, Fla. 




Anthony Robepson 



General Information 

Locationi Durham, N.C 

Enrollment; 6,347 

Founded: 183B 

Colors; Royal Blue and White 

Conference; Atlantic Coast 

Nickname; Blue Devils 

Home Arena; Cameron Indoor Stadium 

(9,3141 
President: Dr. Nan 0. Keohane 
Athletics Director: Joe Alleva 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Mike Krzyzewski (Army '69] 
Career Record/Yrs.: 663-234'2a 
Pecord at Ouke/Yrs.: 590-175/23 
Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 
Office Phone: 919-613-7500 
Assistant Coaches; Johnny Dawkins (Duke 

36). Steve Wojciechowski (Duke '981, 

Chris Collins (Duke '961 

saos-03 

Overall Record: 26-7 

Conference Record/Finish; 1 1 -5/T-2nd 

Final Rankings: No. 7 AP, N^. 9 USA To- 

aay/ESPN 
Postseason! 2-1; lost to Kansas, 69-65, 
in NCAA West Region Semifinal 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Jon Jackson 
Office Phone; 919-684-2633 
Home Phone: 919-401-0199 
E-Mail: sidSduke.edu 
Office Fax; 9 19-6B4-24B9 
Press Row Phone: 919-684-6186 
Website: wvnv.goduke.com 



Series Information 

Series Record; Duke leads, 97-55 
Last Meeting: Duke won, 75-70, on Feb. 
1 9, 2003 (Durham) 

3003-04 Schedule 

N22 Detroit 

N27 Pacific ■ 

D3 at Michigan State = 

D6 Saint John's 

014 Portland 

D17 Princeton 

D20 Texas ^ 

D29 Davidson 

J3 at Clemson 

J6 Fairfield 

J11 at Virginia 

J15 NO State 

J17 Wake Forest 

J21 at Maryland 

J24 at Georgetown " 

J2g Florida State 

F5 at North Carolina 

FB Clemson 

F1 1 Vinginia 

F15 at NC State 

F18 at Wake Forest 

F22 Maryland 

F26 Valparaiso 

F29 at Florida State 

M3 Georgia Tech 

M6 North Carolina 

l-Great Alaska Shootout (Anchorage, 
Alaska!: S-ACC/Big Ten Challenge: 3- 
Dreyfus Classic INew York. N.Y.I: 4-Ma 
Center [Washington. D.C.I 



3003-04 Roster 

No. Pfairep Pos, Ht. 


m. 


Vr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


PPG APG 


2 Luol Denq 


G/F 


B-B 


220 


Fr. 


London, England 






3 Nick Horvath 


F 


6-10 


235 


Sr. 


Shopeview. Minn. 


3.9 


2.9 


4 J. J. Redick 


G 


6-4 


190 


So, 


Roanoke, Va, 


15,0 


8.5 


5 Daniel Ewing 


G 


B-3 


180 


Jr, 


Missouri City, Texas 


18,0 


3.8 


13 Lee Melchionni 


F 


8-8 


205 


So. 


Lancaster, Pa. 


1.0 


0.7 


1 5 Sean Dockeny 


G 


6-2 


175 


So. 


Chicago, III. 


3.3 


1.4 


SI Chris Duhon 


G 


6-1 


185 


Sr, 


Slidell, La, 


9,8 


3.8 6.4 


S3 Shelden Williams 


F 


6-9 


840 


So, 


Forest Park, Okie, 


8,8 


5,9 


40 OAndv Borman 


G 


6-1 


1B0 


Sr. 


Mornsville, N.C. 


0,6 


0,9 


41 Patrick Davidson 


G 


8-1 


180 


Fr. 


Melbourne. Ark. 






42 Shavllk Randolph 


F 


6-10 


230 


So. 


Raleiqh, N.C. 


7.4 


3.9 


50 Michael Thompson 


C 


6-10 


250 


So. 


Joliet, III. 


1.2 


0.5 


51 Patrick Johnson 


F/C 


6-9 


225 


Jr. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


0,2 


0.0 


53 Andv Means 


G 


6-5 


200 


Sr. 


Indianapolis, Ind. 


0.1 


0.6 


# -Statistics from 2001-02 


Starters; 4 retuminq, 


1 tost: Letterwinners: 1 


retuminq, 3 tost; Returninq starters in bo/d 



General Information 

Location: Gainesville. Fla. 

Enrollment: 47,383 

Founded: 1853 

Colors; Orange and Blue 

Conference; Southeastern (East) 

Nickname: Gators 

Home Arena; Stephen C. G'Connell Center 

(12,000} 
President; Dr. Charles Young 
Athletics Director: Jeremy Foley 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach; Billy Donovan (Providence '87) 
Career Record/Yrs,: 1B4-93/9 
Record at Florida/Yrs,: 149-73^7 
Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 
Office Phone; 352-375-4BB3 ext. 4285 
Associate Head Coach: Anthony Grant 

(Dayton '87) 
Assistant Coaches; Donnie Jones (Pikeville 

'BBJ, Tom Qstrom (Minnesota '97) 

saos-03 

Overall Record; 25-8 

Conference Record/Finish; 1 2-4/2nd (East) 

Final Rankings; No 10 AP No. 16 

USA Today/ESPN 

Postseason; 1-1; lost to Arizona, 96-95 
(OT), in NCAA Second Round 

Media Services 

Basketball SID; Fred Demarest 
Office Phone: 352-375-4683 ext. 61 19 
Home Phone; 352-271 -3986 
E-Mail: freddtgators.uaa.ufl.edu 
Office Fax: 352-375-4809 
Press Row Phone; 352-371-0281 
Website: www.gatorzone.com 



Series Information 

Series Record: Florida leads, 2-0 

Last Meeting: Florida won, 69-64, on Dec. 

14, 2002 (College Park) 

3003-04 Schedule 

N25 Montana State 

N2B Arizona ' 

D2 Florida ASM 

D4 Central Florida = 
tDB Stetson 

DID Maryland 

D13 at Louisville 

D2D West Virginia 3 

D22 Northeastern 

D27 Eastern Kentucky 

J3 Florida State 

J7 at South Carolina 

J10 Tennessee 

J17 at Vanderbilt 

J21 Mississippi State 

J24 Auburn 

J27 at Alabama 

J31 at Tennessee 

F3 Kentucky 

F7 Vanderbilt 

F14 LSU 

F17 at Georgia 

F21 at Die Miss 

F25 South Carolina 

F2B at Arkansas 

M3 Georgia 

M7 at Kentucky 

1-Tip-Off Classic (Springfield. Mass.J; S- 
Jacksonville, Fla.; 3-Orange Bowl Clas- 
sic (Mami. Fla. J 



X. 



TM 



3003-04 Roster 

No, Player Pos, Ht, 


m. 


yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


PPG APG 


Mario Boqqan 


C 


8-B 


290 


So. 


Durham. N.C. 


2.3 


1.9 


1 Anthony Roberson 


G 


5-1 


180 


So. 


Saginaw, Mich. 


18.3 


8.5 


3 Beth Haimovitch 


G 


6-1 


176 


Jr. 


Coral Spnnqs, Fla. 


0.5 


0.0 


4 Adrian Moss 


F/C 


6-9 


238 


So. 


Houston, Texas 


2.5 


1.9 


5 Chris Capko 


G 


6-1 


185 


So. 


Lakeland, Fla. 


0.1 


0.4 


10 Christian Drejer 


G 


6-9 


210 


So. 


Hallerup, Denmark 


3.B 


1.6 


1 2 Lee Humphrey 


G 


6-2 


180 


Fr. 


Maryville, Tenn. 






21 Mohamad Abukar 


F 


6-10 


200 


Fr. 


Escondido. Calif. 






22 Rashid Al-Kaleem 


G 


6-3 


192 


So. 


Dorchester, Mass. 


1.8 


D.B 


23 Ryan Appleby 


G 


6-3 


165 


Fr. 


Stanwood, Wash. 






84 David Lee 


F/C 


6-9 


840 


Jr. 


St. Louis, Mo. 


11.8 


B.8 


32 Chris Richard 


F 


6-B 


230 


Fr. 


Lakeland, Fla. 






42 Bonell Colas 


F/C 


6-9 


225 


Sr. 


Miami, Fla. 


4.8 


2.7 


44 Matt Walsh 


F 


E-6 


805 


So. 


Holland, Pa. 


18.8 


4.7 


Starters: 3 retuminq, 2 lost; 


Letterwinners: ID returninq, 3 lost; Retuminq starters in bold 



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m-\im\'\ 




^M^ A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four • 2001 . 2009 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 199S, 1999. 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances' 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's Basket:baltl^ m J 



RIPA STATE 

Seminoles 





Leonard Hamilton 



Dec. SB, S003 Tallahassee, Fla. 

Feb. B, S004 College Park, Md. Tim Pickett 




Jim Larransga 



Nov. S5, 2003 
College Park, Md. 



Mark Davis 



General Information 

Location; Tallahassee, Fla. 

Enrollment; 36,582 

Founded; 1851 

Colors; Garnet and Gold 

Conference; Atlantic Coast 

Nickname; Seminoles 

Home Arena; Tallahassee Leon County Civic 

Center (12,200) 
President; T, K, Wetherell 
Athletics Director: Dave Hart, Jr. 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach; Leonard Hamilton (Tennessee- 
Martin 71) 
Career Recopd/Yrs.: 214-225/15 
Record at Wake Forest/Yrs.; 14 15/1 
Best Time to Reach; Contact SID 
Office Phone; B50-644- 1461 
Assistant Coaches; Stan Jones (Memphis 
•84), Mike Jaskulski (Saint Norbert 761, 
Tony Sheals (Bethune-Cookman 76) 

soas-as 

Overall Record: 14-15 
Conference Record/Finish: 4-1S/9th 
Final Rankings; None , 
Postseason; None "^SS^^. 




Media Servicea 

Basketball SIO; Chuck Walsh 
Office Phone; 850-644-1077 
Home Phone; 850-3B5-B466 
E-Mail; cwalsh@mailer.fsu.edu 
Office Fax; 850-644-3820 
Press Row Phone; B5D-224-4098 
Website; www.seminoles.com 



Series Information 

Series Record; Maryland leads, 21-6 
Last Meeting; Maryland won, 74-72, on 
Feb. 12, 2003 (Tallahassee) 

Sa03-04 Schedule 

N21 Maine 

N2B Nicholls State 

N28 South Carolina State 

D1 Northwestern 

03 Mississippi 

D6 Fairleigh Dickinson 

D14 at Miami 

D16 Pittsburgh Invitationi 

D2B Maryland 

D30 at Stetson 

J3 at Florida 

J11 NC State 

J13 atClemson 

J18 at Virginia 

J22 North Canolina, 

J25 Wake Forest 

J2g at Duke 

F1 Savannah State 

F3 Georgia Tech 

FB at Maryland 

F10 at NC State 

F14 Clemson 

F17 Wrginia 

F21 at North Carolina 

F25 at Wake Forest 

F2g Duke Ifv/ 

M6 at Georgia Tech -~^ 

1-ACC/Big Ten Challenge: ^■Pittsburgl^ In- 
vitational [Tallahassee. Fla. S Pittsburgh, 
Pa.l 




3003-04 Raster 

No. Player Pas. Ht. 


m. 


Yr. 


HomBtown 


PPG 


RPG APS 


1 Michael Joiner F 


6-7 


S3B 


Sr. 


Fayettsville, N.C. 


B.5 


4.1 


4 Todd Galloway G 


5-11 


178 


So. 


Baltimore, Md. 


B.9 


2.1 3.3 


1 Nate Johnson G 


B-3 


1B3 


Sr. 


Kansas City, Mo, 


4,8 


2.8 


1 2 Al Thornton F 


8-7 


20B 


Fr, 


Perry, Ga, 






20 Andrew Wilson G/F 


B-6 


206 


So. 


Kennesaw, Ga, 


7.8 


3.6 


21 Benson Callier G 


6-6 


204 


So. 


Petersburg, Fla. 


1,7 


1.4 


ES Tim Pickett G 


6-4 


207 


Sr. 


Daytona Beach, Fla, 


17.1 


5.7 


23 Von Wafer F 


B-5 


210 


Fr. 


Homer, La. 






25 KDieqo Romero F 


B-1G 


240 


Jr 


0. Rivadavia, Argentina 14.5 


8.5 


30 Orenn Fells G 


B-B 


196 


Sr. 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


0.0 


0.4 


3S Alexander Johnson F 


6.10 


sso 


Fr. 


Albany, Ga. 






33 Mike Mathews F/C 


B-1D 


245 


Sr 


Blountstown, Fla. 


2.7 


1.2 


51 Adam Waleskowski F 


B-B 


240 


Jr 


Kettering, Ohio 


4.1 


3.0 


54 Anthony Richerdson F 


6-7 


IBS 


Jr. 


Raleigh, N.C. 


1S.4 


4.3 


^-Statistics from PDOP-03 at Lon Morris J.C. (Texas) 


Starters; 4 returning, 1 tost; Letterwinners; 1 


returning, 3 tost; Heturning starters in bold 



General Information 

Location; Fairfax, Va. 

Enrollment; 26,796 

Founded; 1957 

Colors; Green and Gold 

Conference; Colonial Athletic Association 

Nickname; Patriots 

Home Arena; Patriot Center (1 0,000) 

President; Dr. Alan G. Merten 

Athletics Oirector; Thomas J. O'Connor 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach; Jim Larranaga (Providence 71) 
Career Record/Yrs.! 293-243/19 
Record at George Maaon/Yrs.: 100-74/6 
Best Time to Reach; Weekdays, 10 a.m - 

Noon 
Office Phone; 703-993-3240 
Associate Head Coach; Bill Courtney 

(Bucknell '92) 
Assistant Coaches; Scott Cherry (North 

Carolina '931. Eric Konkol (Wisconsin-Esu 

Claire 'CDl 

S00S-03 

Overall Record; 16-12 
Conference Record/Finish; 1 1 -7/3rd 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason; None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID; Carlton White 
Office Phone; 703-993-3246 
Home Phone; 540-439-1753 
E-Mail; cwhite3@gmu.edu 
Office Fax; 703-993-3259 
Press Row Phone; 703-993-3044 
Website; wvvw.gmusports.com 



Series Information 

Series Record; Maryland leads 5-0 
Last Meeting; Maryland won, B3-B0, on 

March 15, 2001 (NCAA Tournament in 

Boise, Idaho) 



2003-04 Schedule 


N21 


Morehead State 


N25 


at Maryland 


N29 


at lone 


D2 


East Carolina 


04 


at Hartford ^d 


07 


at North Carolina _J^H 


DIB 


McNeese State <jf|V 


020 


at Ouquesne ' " Tw 


D23 


St, Bonsventune '' 


J3 


Towson 


J7 


Old Dominion 


J10 


at William S Mary .^^^. 


J14 


Hofstra il^^V 


J17 


at Virginia CommonweaBBBS^ 


J21 


at UNC-Wilmington ,^w^ 


J24 


James Madison ^fflP^ 


J26 


at Drexel ppiF 


J2B 


at DelawarB 


J31 


William S Mary 


F4 


at Towson 


F7 

F11 


at James Madison •> f\-§^ 
Virginia Commonviiealth 


F14 


Drexel 




F18 


at Hofstra 


F21 


Delaware 


F25 


UNC-Wilmington 


F28 


at Old Dominion 



The ACC & Opponents zJmT 



S003-04 Roster 

No. Player Pos. Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG AP6 ^ 


1 If Tony Skinn G 


6-1 


170 


So. 


Takoma Park, Md. 


5.7 




3 Makan Konate G/F 


6-7 


200 


Fr 


Shirley, Mass. 






4 Raoul Heinen G 


B-5 


soo 


Sr. 


Bunschoten, Holland 


11.0 


3.5 3.4 


5 Gabe Norwood G/F 


6-5 


175 


Fr 


State College, Pa. 






11 'Terry Reynolds G 


5-9 


170 


Jr. 


Nashville, Tenn. 


14.1 




IS Richard TVnes G/F 


6-4 


SOS 


Sr. 


Washington, D.C. 


4.8 


4.4 { 


1 3 Jesus Urbina F 


B-7 


225 


Fr 


Amelia, Va. 






22 'Lamar Butler G 


6-2 


170 


5o. 


Oxon Hill, Md. 


10.4 


2.5 ( 


S4 Mark Davis G/F 


B-5 


800 


Sr. 


Springfield, Va. 


15.5 


3.9 


33 "Kevin Mickens F 


6-9 


225 


Jr. 


Baltimore, Md. 


13.9 


B.3 { 


35 Trent Wurt;2 F 


B-B 


220 


So. 


Sheboygan, Wis. 


2.4 


2.0 


41 Deon Cooper C/F 


6-9 


235 


Sr. 


Columbia, Tenn. 


0.3 


0.8 { 


55 Jai Lewis F 


B-7 


275 


So. 


Aberdeen, Md. 


6.7 


5.6 


# -Statistics fn^m 2001-02 at Blinn 


College (Texas) 






'-Statistics from 2001 -02 at Toledo 


"-Statistics from 2002-03 at Allegany C.C. (Md.) ( 


Starters; 3 returning, 2 lost; Lettsrivinners; 7 returning, 5 tost; Returning starters in bold 


( 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four '2001, 2002 

Sweet Sixteen < 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances' 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 20031 



yimnd Men's Basketball 



G. WASHINGTON GEQRGIA, TECH 

Ciofoniars bellow Jackets 





Karl Hobbs 



Possible Game, Dec. 7, S003 
BB&T Classic Washington, D.C. 





Thompson Paul Hewitt 



Jan. 17, 5004 Atlanta, Ga. V 
Feb. 19, S004 College Park, Md 




Marvin Lewis 



General Information 

Location: Washington, D.C. 
Enrollment: 92,184 
Founded: 1821 
Colors: Buff and Blue 
Conference: Atlantic Ten 
Nickname: Colonials 
Home Arena: Smitli Center (5,000) 
President; Stephen Joel Trachtenbeng 
Athletics Director: Jack Kvancz 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Karl Hobbs (Connecticut '851 

Career Record/Yrs.: 24-33/2 

Record at George Washington/Yrs.: 24- 

33/2 

Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 

Office Phone: 202-994-6851 

Assistant Coaches: Kevin Broadus (Bowie 
State "90), Darrell Brooks (Bowie State 
79), Steve Pikiell (Connecticut '90] 



S00S-03 

Overali Record: 12-17 

Conference Recopd/Finish; 5-1 1/5th (West) 

Final Rankings; None 

Postseason: None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Brad Bower 
Office Phone: 202-994-0339 
Home Phone; 703-858-1497 
E-Mail: bbower@gwu.edu 
Office Fax: 202-994-2713 
Press Row Phone: 202-994-1778 
Website; www.gwsports.com 



Series Information 

Series Record: IVIaryland leads, 35-27 
Last Meeting: Maryland won, 93-82, on 
Dec. 8, 2002 (BBST Classic) 

S003-04 Sctiedule 

N21 at Charlotte 

N25 Florida International 

N28 Appalachian State ' 

N29 St. Francis (N.Y.lAA/illiam S IVlary ' 

D3 at Appalachian State 

D6 West Virginia ^ 

07 Maryland or Gonzaga ^-^ 

D10 Towson " 

D20 at Old Dominion ' 

D23 at Fairfield 

D29 at Texas 

J3 at St, Joseph's 

J7 Temple 

J 1 at Massachusetts 

J17 La Salle 

J21 at Dayton 

J24 Duquesne 

J28 Xavier 

J31 at Richmond 

F4 St. BonaventuPB ; 

F7 Rhode Island 

F1 1 at Fordham 

FIB Dayton 

F21 at Duquesne 

F2B Richmond 

MS at Xavier 

M6 at La Salle 

1-Red Auerbach Colonial Classic fWsshing- 

ton, D.C.J; S-BBST Classic (Washington, 

D.C.) 




ITtm 



S0a3-04 Roster 

No. Player Pas. Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


1 Omar Williams 


F 


8-9 


186 


So. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


6.4 


4.8 


1.6 


2 J.R, Pinnock 


G 


6-5 


205 


Fr. 


McOonouqh, Ga. 








3 Mike Hall 


F 


6.8 


sso 


So, 


Chicago, III. 


9.7 


8.8 


1.5 


5 T.J. Thompson 


6 


5.10 


180 


Jr. 


Germantown, Md. 


18.6 


8.6 


6.1 


1 1 Ricky Lucas 


G 


8-4 


201 


Fr. 


Hemdon, Va. 








12 It Lafonte Johnson 


G 


5-10 


165 


Jr. 


Baltimore, Md. 


1.5 






1 3 Alexander Kireev 


F 


B-11 


233 


So. 


Nikolaev, Ukraine 


9.4 


1.5 


0.3 


21 Pops Mensah-Bonsu F 


6-9 


818 


So. 


London, England 


10.1 


5.7 


0.4 


23 Jaz Cowan 


F 


B-B 


226 


So. 


Baltimore, Md. 


1.1 


0,6 


0,0 


25 Carl Elliott 


G 


6-4 


290 


Fr. 


Brooklyn, N.Y. 








31 Rock Battistoni 


F 


6-8 


220 


Jn, 


Morris, Conn. 


13.9 


6,1 




34 Greg Collucci 


G 


6-3 


191 


Sr. 


West Palm Beach, Fla. 4.3 


1.3 


0.8 


42 Dokun Akinqbade 


F 


6-9 


900 


So. 


Riverdale, Md. 


0.7 


1.4 


0.0 


44 Tamal Forchion 


F 


6-B 


854 


Jr, 


Willlngboro, N.J. 


4.5 


8.5 


0.5 


52 Jaanon Greene 


C 


6-11 


965 


Fr. 


Manassas, Va. 








# -Statistics from 2001-02 season 


3t UNLV 










'-Statistics from 2001-02 season at Saint Lawrence 


Starters! 4 returning. 


1 lost; Letterwinners; 9 


returning, 1 lost; Returning starters 


nbold 



General Information 

Location: Atlanta, Ga. 

Enrollment: 15,000 

Founded: 1885 

Colors; Old Gold, White and Blue 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Yellow Jackets 

Home Arena: Alexander Memorial Coliseum 

at McDonald's Center (9,191) 
President: Dr. G. Wayne Clough 
Athletics Director: Dave Braine 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Paul Hewitt (St, John Fisher 

'85) 
Career Record/Yrs.: 1 14-71/7 
Record at Georgia Tech/Yrs.: 48-44/4 
Best Time to Reach: Monday-Friday, 1 1 -2 
Office Phone; 404-894-5425 
Assistant Coaches: Dean Keener (Davidson 
'88), Willie Reese (Georgia Tech '99), Cliff 
Warren (Mount Saint Mary's '90) 



n 



3oaa-03 

Overall Record: 16 15 
Conference Record/Finish: 7-9/5th 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason; 2-1 ; lost to Texas Tech, 80- 
77. in NIT Quarterfinals 



Media Services 

Basketball SID: Mike Stamus 
Office Phone; 404-894-5445 
Home Phone: 770-951-1939 
E-Mail: mstamus@at.gtaa.gatech.edu 
Office Fax: 404-894-1 248 
Press Row Phone: 404-894-5458 
Website: wvmv.ramblinwreck.com 



Series Information 

Series Record; Georgia Tech leads, 31 -28 
Last Meeting: Georgia Tech won, 90-84, 
on Feb. 9, 2003 (Atlanta) 

3003-04 Schedule 

N18 Louisiana-Lafayette ' 

N23 at Cornell 

D3 at Ohio State = 

D8 Tennessee State 

D13 Saint Louis ^ 

D17 Alabama ASM 

D21 St. John's 

D23 Manst 

029 Virginia Commonwealth 

J3 at Georgia 

J1 1 at North Carolina 

J15 Virginia 

J 1 7 Maryland 

J2D at Wake Forest 

J24 atNCSti 

J27 Clemsoni 

J31 Duke 

F3 at Florida State 

F7 at Tennessee 

F10 North Carolina 

F14 at Virginia 

F19 at Maryland 

F22 Wake Forest 

F25 NO State 

F28 at Clemson 

M3 at Duke 

MB Florida State 

l-Pre-season NIT: S-ACC/Big Ten Chal- 
lenge; 3-Chick-fil-A Classic (Atlanta. Ga.) 




S003-04 Roster 

No. Player Pos. Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown PPG 


RPG APG 


1 B.J. Elder 


G 


6-4 


818 


Jr. 


Madison, Ga. 15.0 


8.6 


2 Isma'il Muhammad 


F 


6-6 


99B 


Jr. 


Atlanta, Ga, 5.9 


3.9 


3 Jarrett Jack 


G 


6.3 


198 


So, 


Fort Washington, Md. 9.5 


3.5 5.9 


4 David Ewinq 


F 


6-5 


935 


Sr. 


Stone Mountain, Ga. 0.5 


0.4 


5 Mario West 


G 


6-3 


915 


Fr. 


Douqlasville, Ga. 




1 1 KWill Bynum 


G 


5-11 


193 


Jr. 


Chicaoo, 111. 7.8 


9.8 


18 Luke Schenscher 


C 


7.1 


855 


Jr. 


Hope Forest, Australia 3.7 


3.1 


84 Marvin Lewis 


6 


6.4 


808 


Sr. 


Germantown, Md, 18,8 


3.5 


34 Robert Brooks 


F 


6-S 


990 


Sr. 


Saqinaw, Mich. 0.7 


1.1 


44 Theodis Tarver 


F 


6-9 


930 


So. 


Monroe, La. 2.8 


1,9 


51 David Nelson 


G 


5-9 


165 


Sr. 


Syracuse, N.Y 0.3 


0.1 


55 Anthony McHenry 


F 


6-7 


920 


Jr. 


Birminqham, Ala. 9.0 


1.3 


* -Transfer from Arizona 


, eligible December 9003 




Starters: 4 returninq, 1 lost; Letterwinners: 1 1 


returninq, 9 lost; Returning starters in bold 



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A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 
Final Four ' 2001 , 200S 
Sweet Sixteen < 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002. 2003 
NCM Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999. 2000. 2001. 2002. 



2003 



Maryland Man's BasketbattLl t9 J 





'4^4f-f HOFSTRA— .. 

aundags ^Pride 




Mark Few 



UNIVERSITY 

Dec. 6, 2003 
Washington, D.C. • BBST Classic 






Blake Stepp T""" fBcora 



Nov. S9, 2003 
College Park, Md. 




Kenny Adeleke 



General Information 

Location; Spokane, Wash. 

Enrollment; 5,206 

Founded; 1 BB7 

Colors; Blue, White and Red 

Conference; West Coast 

Nickname; Bulldogs 

Home Arena; Charlotte Y. Martin Centre 

14,000) 
President; Fr. Robert J. Spitzer, S.J, 
Athletics Director; Mike Roth 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach; Mark Few (Oregon '87) 
Career Record/Yrs.; 105-29/4 
Record at Gonzaga/Yrs.; 105-29/4 
Best Time to Reach; weekday mornings 
Office Phone; 509-323-4218 
Assistant Coaches; Bill Grier (Oregon '90). 

Leon Rice (Washington State 'BB), 

Tommy Lloyd [Whitman '98) 

saos-a3 

Overall Record: 24-9 

Conference Record/Finish; 1 9-2/1 st 

Final Rankings; None 

Postseason: 1-1; lost to Arizona, 96-95 

(DT), in NCAA Second Round 

Media Services 

Basketball SIO; Oliver Pierce 
Office Phone: 509-323-6373 
Home Phone; 509-891-7819 
E-Mail: pierceiathletics, gonzaga.edu 
Office Fax: 509-323-5730 
Press Row Phone; 509-323-4224 
Website: www.gozags,com 



Series Information 

Series Record; Maryland leads, 1-0 
Last Meeting: Maryland won, 87-63, on 

March 16, 1 995 (NCAA Tournament in 

Salt Lake City, Utah) 

3003-04 Schedule 

N14 St, Joseph's ' 

N21 Idaho 

N24 Denver 

N29 Georgia = 

D3 at Washington 

DB Maryland ^ 

D7 George WashingtonAA/est Virginia ^ 

013 Missouri'' 

020 Stanford = 

028 Washington State 

031 Eastern Washington ^ 

J4 Montana 

J8 at Pepperdine 

J10 at Loyola Marymount 

J15 San Francisco 

J17 Saint Mary's 

J23 at Portland .»f 

J29 at San Oiego 

J31 at Santa Clara 

F5 Pepperdine 

F7 Loyola Marymount 

F12 at San Francisco 

F14 at Saint Mary's 

Fia Portland 

F21 at Tulsa s^ 

F26 San Oiego 

F28 Santa Clara 

1-Coaches vs. Cancer Classic (New York. 
N.Y.l: 2-Spol(ane Arena,' 3-BBSr Clas- 
sic fWashington, D.C.J,' 4-Battle in Se- 
sttfe (Seattle, Wash. J,' 5-Pete Newell 
Challenge (Oakland. Calif.l; B-Bracket 
Buster II 




3003-04 Roster 

No. Player Pos. Ht. 


m. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


1 Ronnv Turiaf 


F 


6-10 


243 


Jr, 


Paris, France 


15,6 


6.2 


0.6 


3 Adam Morrison 


F 


6-8 


205 


Fr. 


Spokane, Wash, 








4 Tony Skinner 


G 


E-5 


19B 


Sr 


Albuquerque, N.M. 


9.2 


3.6 


1.2 


5 Derek Ravio 


G 


B-1 


155 


Fr. 


Vancouver, Wash. 








10 Blake Stepp 


B 


6-4 


192 


Sr. 


Eugene, Ore. 


18.0 


3.7 


6.0 


1 4 Brian Michaelson 


G 


B-3 


203 


Jr. 


Portland, Ore. 


0,9 


0.6 


0.4 


1 5 Colin Floyd 


G 


B-2 


187 


So. 


Harrinqton. Wash. 


D,B 


0.5 


D.Q 


20 KyteBankhead 


G/F 


6-0 


193 


Sr. 


Walla Walla, Wash. 


7.5 


2.8 


2.1 


32 Sean Mallon 


F 


6-9 


208 


Fr. 


Spokane, Wash, 








33 Cory Violette 


C/F 


6-8 


255 


Sr. 


Boise, Idaho 


11.4 


B.O 


1.0 


34 Richard Fox 


C 


6.11 


275 


Sr. 


Denver, Colo. 


E.S 


3.4 


1.0 


Starters: 4 returning. 


1 lost; Letterwinners: 10 returning, 4 lost; Returning starters in bold 



General Information 

Location; Hempstead. N.Y. 

Enrollment; 13,400 

Founded: 1935 

Colors; Blue, Gold, and White 

Conference: Colonial Athletic Association 

Nickname: Pride 

Home Arena; Hofstra Arena (5,124) 

President; Stuart Rabinowitz 

Athletics Director: Harry Royle 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Tom Pecora (Adelphi '83) 
Career Record/Yrs.: 20-41/2 
Record at Hofstra/Yrs.: 20-41/2 
Best Time to Reach: Daily, 10 a.m. -3 p.m. 
Office Phone; 516-463-4667 
Assistant Coaches: Tom Parrotta (Fordham 

'88), Van Maccn (Southamptpn '94), 

David Duke (Albany '97) 

3003-03 '^'-i^ 

Overall Record: B-21 
Conference Record/Finish; 6-ia/9th 
Final Rankings: None 4^\^^'%^%ti, 
Postseason: None ^ '^:^mx 

Media Services 

Basketball SID; Jeremy Kniffin 
Office Phone; 516-463-6759 
Home Phone; 516-561-0757 
E-Mail: ath|zk@hof stra.edu 
Office Fax; 516-463-5033 
Press Rom/ Phone; 516-463-7725 
Website: Mwvw.hofstpa.edu/athletlcs 




Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 3-0 
Last Meeting: Maryland won, 89-59, on 
Nov. 20, 1 998 (College Park) 

3003-04 Schedule 

N18 at Marist ' 

N22 at Providence 

N29 at Maryland 

02 at St. John's 

06 at Columbia 

010 at Monmouth 

013 Stony Brook 

D23 Saint Peter's 

D30 at Manhattan 

J3 at Delaware 

J5 Virginia Commonwealth 

J7 Towson 

J10 at Old Dominion 

J14 at George Masoni'^ 

J17 UNO- Wilmington 

J21 at James Madison 

J24 William S Mary 

J2B Orexel 

J31 at Virginia Commonwealth ' 

F4 Delaware 

F7 Old Dominion 

F1 1 at Orexel 

F14 at William S Mary 

F1 B George Mason 

F21 James Madison 

F25 at Towson 

F28 at UNC-Wilmington 

1 -Preseason NIT 




3003-04 Roster 

No. Player Pos. He, 


m. Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG RPG APG 


1 Loren Stokes G/F 6-3 


170 Fr. 


Buffalo, N,Y, 




3 Justin Jones G 8-0 


165 Fr. 


Germantown, Tenn. 





1 1 Gibran Washington 


G 


6-0 


200 So. 


Jacksonville, Fia. 


3.2 


1,9 


1.5 


12 Woody Souffrant 


G 


5-11 


170 Jr, 


Brooklyn, N.Y. 


8.7 


3.4 


4.5 


13 Antoire Aqudio 


G 


6-3 


165 Fr 


Huntington Station, N.Y 






21 Kenny Adeleke 


F 


6-8 


230 Jr. 


Queens, N.Y. 


16.1 


11.0 


1.0 


23 Danny Walker 


F 


6-6 


225 Sr 


Brooklyn, N.Y 


7.8 


6.1 


0.9 


24 Michael RadziejewskiG/F 


6-5 


195 Jr. 


Jackson Heights, N.Y 


9.8 


4.2 


1.7 


25 Aunmas Kieza 


F 


6-a 


205 So. 


Maniampole, Lithuania 


5.5 


3.4 


0.4 


32 Brian Sisti 


F 


6-8 


235 Fr. 


Northport, N,Y 








42 Wendell Gibson 


F/C 


6-7 


260 Jr. 


Far Rockaway, N.Y 


6.1 


6.0 


0.8 


44 Omar Alston 


F/C 


6-8 


290 So. 


Carteret, N,J, 


3.1 


2.7 


0.5 



55 Carlos Rivera 



6-2 190 Fr. Miami, Fia. 



Starters! 4 returning, 1 lost; Letterwinners: 8 returning, 6 lost; Returning starters in bold 



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A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four • 2001 , 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1394, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001. 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1994. 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003| 



T^^^JUpyland Men's Bailed' 



MO. E, 



SHPRE MTL ST. MARY'S 

Ha\A/ks n/launtaineers 





Thomas Trotter 



Jan. 6, S004 
College Park, Md. 




Tee Trotter Mlian Brown 



Mount 

Mount St. Mary's College 

Enimitsburg, Maryland 

Jan. S3, S004 
College Park, Md. 




Jamion Christian 



General Information 

Location: Princess Anne, Md. 

Enrollment; 3,300 

Founded: 1886 

Colors! Maroon and Grey 

Conference; Mid-Eastern Athletic 

Nickname; Fighting Hawks 

Home Arena; William P. Hytche Athletic 

Center (5,5001 
President! Dr. Thelma B. Thompson 
Athletics Director; Dr. Vivian L. Fuller 

Coaching Staff ^-^ 

Head Coach; Thomas Trotter [Wisconsin- 
Parkside'BS! -.*-"V 

Career Record/Yrs.; 28-57/3 ^"^ 
Record at UMES/Yps.: SB-S?,^ ^\\ 
Best Time to Reach: Contact SID V^ll 
Office Phone; a-! 0-651 -6541 "^ "■ 

Assistant Coaches; Paris Partem (Minnesota 
State 97), Steve (jolston (Buena Vista 
'991, Bnan Kusnierz CAngelo State '98] 



Series Information 

Series Record; Maryland leads, 14-0 
Last Meeting; Maryland VKon, 1 05-53, on 
Dec. 30, 2003 (College Park) 



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soas-03 

Overall Record; 5-23 
Conference Record/Finish; 5-13/T-9th 
Final Rankings; None 
Postseason; None 



Services 



S". 



ipadley 



Media 

Basketball SID; G. Stan Bradley' 
Office Phone; 410-651-6499 
Home Phone; 302-875-7601 
E-Meil; gsbradley^mail. umes.edu 
Office Fax; 410-651-7600 
Press Row Phone; 410-651-8903 
Website: vifww.umeshawks.com 



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3003-04 Schedule 

N23 at Auburn 

D1 1 at Illinois 

D2 1 at Robert Morris 

D27 Portland State 

D30 TovKSon 

J3 Delaware State 

J5 Howard ■■^'^ 

JB at Maryland 

J1 at North Carolina AST 

J1 2 at South Carolina State 

J14 at Eton 

J17 at Norfolk State 

J19 at Hampton ,-, 

J24 Coppin State jr 

J26 Morgan State 

J29 at Savannah State 

J31 at Florida ASM 

F2 Bethune Cookman ^ 

F7 at Delaware State 

F9 at Howard 

F12 Savannah State 

F14 North Carolina AST 

F 1 6 South Carolina State 

F21 Norfolk State 

F23 Hampton 

F2S at Coppin State 

Ml at Morgan State 



S003-04 Roster 

No. Pteyer Pos. Ht. 


Wt. 


Vr. 


Hometown 


PPG 
S0.5 


RPG 
S.3 


APG 


1 Tee Trotter 


G 


5-11 


1BQ 


Sr. 


Las Cruces, N.M. 


3.S 


3 Kareem Horton 


G 


8-4 


165 


Sr 


Roxbuny, Mass. 


5.0 


2.3 


1.0 


4 Javes Wiggins 


F 


B-7 


aso 


Sr. 


Baltimore, Md. 


5.8 


5.1 


0.4 


5 Lawrence Smith 


G 


5-11 


160 


Jr 


Landover, Md. 


0.4 


0.8 


0.7 


10 Gneqony Bnovm 


G 


6-0 


180 


So. 


Salisbun/, Md. 


1.6 


1.2 


1.6 


13 Kirk Wesley 


F 


B-3 


190 


Sr 


Chicaqo, III. 


0.1 


0.4 


0.1 


14 Jermaul Akanbi 


G 


6-2 


165 


So. 


Baltimore, Md. 


2.0 


0.5 


0.2 


21 Antione Joiner 


G 


6-5 


ISO 


Jr. 


Hazel Crest, III. 


3.9 


1.8 


0.6 


3S Aaron Wellington 


G 


5-11 


160 


So. 


Chicago, III. 


13.5 


3.1 


s.o 


33 Didier Socka 


F 


6-7 


220 


Sr. 


Creteil, France 


4.8 


4.0 


0.3 


35 Larry Byrd 


G 


6-2 


180 


So. 


Silver Spring. Md, 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


55 Jason Scott 


C 


7-0 


320 


Sr 


Chicaqo, III. 


0.0 


1.0 


0.0 


Jareem Dowlinq 


F 


6-6 


235 


Jr. 


St. Croix, Virqin Islands 






Jason McKinnon 


C 


6-11 


270 


Jr. 


Chicaqo, III, 








Tm Parham 


C 


B-9 


235 


So. 


County Club Hills, III. 








Carl Pnuitt 


F 


6-6 


215 


Jr. 


Chicaqo, III. 








OeWitt Scott 


F 


6-6 


200 


Fr. 


Chicaqo, III. 








Brandon Wilson 


G 


6-4 


190 


Fr, 


Lonq Island, N.Y. 








Starters/ 3 retuminq, B lost; Letterw/nners; N/A 


returninq, N/A lost; Returninq starters in bold 



General Information 

Location: Emmitsburg, Md. 

Enrollment; 1 ,400 

Founded: 1808 

Colors; Blue and White 

Conference: Northeast 

Nickname; Mountaineers 

Home Arena: Knott Arena (3,121) 

President: Thomas H. Powell 

Athletics Directop; Dr. Harold P. Menninger 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Mi^an Brown (Howard '93) 

Career Record/Yrs.; First year 

Record at l\teunt St, MapyWYrs.; First year 

Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 

Office Phone; 3G1-447-53BB 

Assistant Coaches; Kirk Saulny (Southeast 
Louisiana 79), Bnon Dunlap (Did Domin- 
ion '98), Kevin Robinson, Jr. (Saint 



Mary's '00) 



tSt. M 



sooa-o3 

Overall Record; 11-16 

Conference Record/Finish: 6-12/T-10th 
Final Rankings; None 
Postseason: None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Mark Vandergrift 
Office Phone; 301-447-5384 
Home Phone; 717-359-7046 
E.Mail: vandergrift@mBmary.edu 
Office Fax: 301-447-5300 
Press Row Phone: 301-447-3286 
Website: www.mountathletics.com 



Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 3-0 
Last Meeting; Maryland won, 102-74, on 
Nov. 22, 1 997 (College Park) 

S003-04 Schedule 

N16 New Hampshire' 

N1 8 Richmond/Mississippi Valley State' 

N21 Delaware 

N23 at Virginia 

N29 at Notre Dame 

D6 High Point 

D13 Loyola 

D20 at La Salle 

023 at St. Francis (N.Y.) 

D27 at Navy 

J3 at Maryland 

J10 atQuinnipiac 

J12 at Central Connecticut State 

J1 7 Sacred Heart 

J19 Wagner 

J24 at Saint Francis (Pa.) _ ^-rr\ 

,,jes at Robert Morris ^2[C 

J31 Fairleigh Dickinson vj 

F2 Central Connecticut State 

F5 Long Island ' f^ (^ 

F7 Saint Francis (N.Y.) 

F12 at Monmouth 

F14 at Fairieigh Dickinson 

F19 Robert Morns 

F21 Saint Francis (Pa.) 

F26 at Sacred Heart 

F2B at Wagner 

M1 Monmouth 
1-Guardans Classic tDurham. N.Cl 



3003-04 Roster 

No. P/ayer Pos. Ht. 


m. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


2 « Antonio Johnson 


G 


6-1 


170 


So. 


Virqinia Beach, Va. 








3 Mychal Kearse 


G 


6-4 


185 


Fr. 


Charlotte, N.C. 








4 Gus Ourr 


F 


6-6 


210 


Fr. 


Pasadena, Md. 








5 Landy Thompson 


G 


6-1 


178 


So. 


Gepmantown, Md. 


15.6 


4.3 




1 1 Pat Atanqana 


F 


6-6 


210 


Sr. 


Oouala, Cameroon 


7.1 


5.0 




1 2 Chris Sumner 


G 


6-1 


165 


So. 


Sliver Sprinq, Md. 


7.2 




4.4 


15 Kiel Butler 


F 


6-7 


soo 


So. 


Temple Hills, Md. 


6.7 


a.6 




21 Jason Carbons 


F 


6-6 


210 


Jr. 


South Wndsor, Conn. 


0.3 


0.5 




22 Koki Adasi 


G 


6-3 


190 


Sr. 


Rockville, Md. 


0.9 


1.1 




E3 Charles Cook 


F 


6-5 


160 


So. 


Uppep Maplbopo, Md. 


7.6 


S.0 




24 Donte Alexander 


G 


6-2 


185 


Sr. 


Silver Sprinq, Md. 


0.3 




0.4 


30 Jamion Christian 


G 


6-S 


170 


Sp. 


Quintan, Va. 


B.a 


S.5 




31 NickDodson 


C 


8-1 D 


200 


Sr. 


Los Anqeles, Calif. 


5.8 


3.9 




40 Jason Epps 


F 


6-8 


230 


Jr 


Atlanta, Ga. 


3.7 


2.6 




44 Josh Dittmar 


G 


6-2 


180 


So. 


Sandy Hook, Conn. 


0.0 


0.3 




# -Transfer from Northeastern 


Starters: 5 returning. 


lost; Lettepwlnneps;12 returning, 2 tost; Retu.Tiinq sHrte.'^ in bold 



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A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions . «, ^mm 

Final Four > 2001 . 2002 
Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 199S, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances < 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000. 2001, 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's BasketbalEL[ m J 



NaRTHJ::ARgul^A 

Tar MeeTs 




UNC-GREBNSBORO 





Roy Williams 



Jan. 14, S004 College Park, Md. 
Feb. 15, Sa04 Chapel Hill, N.C. 





Jawad Williams Ff-an McCaHery 



Dec. S3, S003 
College Park, Md 



Jay Joseph 



General Information 

Location: Chapel Hiil, N,C. 

Enrollment; 26,359 

Founded; 1 789 

Colors; Carolina Blue and White 

Conference; Atlantic Coast 

Nickname; Tar Heels 

Home Arena; Dean E. Smith Center 

191,572) 
President; James Moeser 
Athletics Director; Dick Baddour 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach; Roy Williams (North Carolina 

72) 
Career Record/Yrs.i 418-101/15 
Record at North Carolina/Yps. ; First year 
Best Time to Reach; Contact SID 
Office Phone; 919-982-1154 
Assistant Coaches; Joe Holladay (Okla- 
homa '69), Steve Robinson (Radford 
'B1J, Jerod Haase (Kansas '97) 

saos-03 

Overall Record; 19-16 
Conference Record/Finish; 6-1DAT-Bth 
Final Ranliings; None 
Postseason; 9-1 ; iost to Georgetown, 79- 
74, in NIT Quarterfinals 

Media Services 

Basl<etball SID; Steve Kirschner 
Office Phone; 919-962-7258 
Home Phone; 9 19-968- 1531 
E-Mail; skirschneniuncaa. unc.edu 
Office Fax; 919-962-0612 
Press Row Phone; 919-g62-BB15 
Website: www.tarheelblue.com 



Series Information 

Series Record; North Carolina leads, 107- 

53 
Last Meeting: North Carolina won, 84-72, 

on March 14, 2DD3 (ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals) 

S003-04 Schedule 

N22 Old Dominion 

N24 Davidson ' 

N29 at Cleveland State 

D2 Illinois = 

D7 George Mason 

D14 Akron 

D2D Wake Forest 

D2B UNC-Wilmington ^ 

030 Coastal Carolina 

J3 at Kentucky 

J7 Miami 

J11 Georgia Tech 

J14 at Maryland 

J17 Connecticut 

J22 at Florida State 

J24 Virginia 

J28 NC State 

J31 at Clemson 

F5 Duke 

F7 at Wake Forest 

F10 at Georgia Tech 

F15 Maryland 

F21 Florida State 

F24 at Virginia 

F29 at NC State 

M2 Ctemson 

M6 at Duke 

l-Char/otte Coliseum fCharlotte, N,C,J,- S- 
ACC/Big Ten Challenge (Greensboro, 
N.C); 3-Myrtle Beach Convocation Cen- 
ter (Myrtle Beach, S.C.J 



^Bfc. 



Saa3-0^ Roster 

No. Player Pos. Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


PPG APG 


1 Melvin Scott 


G 


B-1 


183 


Jr 


Baltimore, Md. 


6.3 


1.9 


3 Raymond Felton 


G 


E-1 


193 


So. 


Latta, S.C, 


is.g 


4.1 


3 Reyshawn Terry 


F 


6-B 


210 


Fr. 


Winston-Salem, N.C. 






5 Jackie Manuel 


G 


6.5 


SOS 


Jr. 


W. Palm Beach, Fla. 


7.3 


4.0 


15 Damien Price 


G 


5-11 


198 


Sr 


Greensboro, N.C. 


0.5 


0.2 


SI Jawad Williams 


F 


6-a 


SSI 


Jr, 


Cleveland, Ohio 


14.9 


5.E 


92 Justin Bohlander 


F 


6-7 


190 


Fr 


Winston-Salem, N.C, 






25 Damion Grant 


C 


B-11 


262 


So. 


Portland, Jamaica 


1.5 


1.4 


30 Phillip McLamb 


F 


8-6 


912 


Sr. 


Charlotte, N.C. 


1.2 


0.4 


31 Jonathan Miller 


G 


B-1 


194 


Sr, 


Burlington, N,C. 


0.0 


0.0 


3E Rashad McCants 


G/F 


S-4 


805 


So. 


Ashevllle, N.C. 


17.0 


4.8 


34 David Noel 


G/F 


6-6 


SS3 


So, 


Durham, N.C, 


5.9 


3.5 


41 Byron Sanders 


F 


8-9 


930 


So. 


Gulfport, Miss. 


1.9 


2,4 


42 Sean May 


F/C 


6-8 


2BB 


So. 


Bloomington, Ind. 


11.4 


B.1 


Starters; 5 returning, 


lost; Letterwinners: 1 


returning, 2 fast; Returning starters in bold 



General Information 

Location; Greensboro, N.C. 

Enrollment; 14,900 

Founded; 1891 

Colors; Gold, White and Navy 

Conference; Southern 

Nickname; Spartans 

Home Arena: Fleming Gymnasium (2,320) 

Chancellor; Dr. Patricia A. Sullivan 

Athletics Director; Nelson E. Bobb 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach; Fran McCaffery (Pennsylva- 
nia '821 
Career Record/Yrs.; 1 10-97/7 
Record at UNCG/Yrs.; B1-5B/4 
Best Time to Reach; Contact SID 
Office Phone; 338-334-3003 
Assistant Coaches: Mitch Buonaguro (Bos- 
ton College 75), Anthony Jones (Illinois 
State '81 ), Adam Chsskin (Michigan '92) 

5003-03 

Overall Record: 7-22 
Conference Record/Finish: 

(North) 
Final Rankings; None 
Postseason: None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID; Jake Keys 
Office Phone:n336-334-5B15 
Home Phone; 336-545-1875 
E-Mail; imkeys@uncg.edu 
Office Fax; 336-334-3182 
Press Row Phone: 336-334-3270 
Website: wvmv.uncgspartans.com 




Series Information 

Series Record; Maryland leads, 1 -0 
Last Meeting; Maryland won, 84-55, on 
Feb. 25, 1992 (College Park) 

S003-0a Schedule 

N21 at Indiana 

N25 at Campbell 

N29 Greensboro College 

D3 Furman 

D6 at American 

D9 Campbell 

D13 High Point 

D18 at Coastal Carolina 

D21 at Missouri 

023 at Maryland 

028 atVillanova 

J5 at Chattanooga 

East Tennessee State 

College of Charleston 

at Appalachian State 

at Western Carolina 

The Citadel 

at Davidson 

at East Tennessee State 

Eton 

at Wofford 

Chattanooga 

Appalachian State 

at Georgia Southern 

Western Carolina 

Liberty 

at Elon 




The ACC & OppanentiWuzZlifJ 



S003-04 Roster 

No. Player Pos, Ht, 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Homstown 


PPG 


RP6 


APG 


1 Ronnie Taylor 


G 


B-1 


190 


Sr, 


Raleigh, N.C. 


8.6 


2,0 




3 Ricky Hickman 


G 


6-3 


175 


Fr. 


Winston-Salem, N.C. 








4 Tony Wilson 


G 


5-11 


180 


Fr. 


Newark, N.J. 








IS Ray Bristow 


G 


E-0 


190 


So, 


Winston-Salem, N.C. 


9.0 


S.4 


3.3 


20 Danny Hargrove 


G 


6-3 


180 


So. 


Allentown, Pa. 


2.7 


1.3 




21 Tizzo Johnson 


F 


B-7 


215 


Jr 


Havelock, N.C. 


3.5 


3.8 




24 Josh Gross 


F 


6-5 


185 


Jr 


Columbia, Md. 


7.6 


3.B 




30 Ronnie Burrell 


F 


6-8 


S15 


Jr, 


Montclair, N.J. 


8.5 


4.7 




3S Jay Joseph 


G/F 


8-4 


S15 


Sr. 


North Wales, Pa. 


14.8 


3.4 




35 KDwon Clifton 


F 


6-5 


205 


Jr 


High Point, N,C. 


3.6 


2.3 




40 Jelani Lawrence 


F 


6-6 


215 


Fr 


Glen Allen, Va. 








45 'Rodney Blackstock 


F 


6-5 


205 


Jr 


Greensboro, N.C. 


15.9 


B.1 




54 Sean McCarthy 


C 


B-11 


915 


Jr. 


Gastonia, N.C, 


1.3 


1,9 




# -Statistics from 200D-09 at Ctemson 


'■Statistics from 2001-02 at Howard (Texas) 


Starters; 3 returning, 2 tost; Letterwinners; S returning, 3 tost; Returning starters in bold 






A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2003 National Champions 

Final Four ' 2001 , 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994. 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances* 1994, 1995, 199S, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003| 

r 



NC ST 



Waifpack 





Herb Sendek 



Feb. 1, S004 College Park, Md. 
March 3, S004 Raleigh, N.C. 




Scooter Sherrill Paul Westphal 



Dec. 14, S003 
College Park, Md. 



Tsrrance Johnson 



General Information 

Location: Raleigh, N.C. 
Enpollment: 29,637 
Founded; 1887 
Colors; Red and White 
Conference; Atlantic Coast 
Nickname; Wolfpack 
Home Arena; RBC Center (19,722) 
Cliancellop; Dr. Marye Anne Fox 
Athletics Director; Lee Fowler 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Herb Sendek (Carnegie IVIellon 

■85) 
Career Record/Yrs.; 190-124/10 
Record at NC State/Yrs.; 127-98/7 
Best Time to Reach; Contact SID 
Office Phone; 919-515-2104 
Assistant Coaches; Larry Hunter (Ohio 

71 ), Larry Hams (Pittsburgh 78), Mark 

Phelps (Old Dominion '96) 

soos-a3 

Overall Record; 18-13 
Conference Record/Finish: 9-7/4th 
Final Hanl(ings; None 
Postseason; 0-1 ; lost to Califomia, 78-74 
(OT), in NCAA First Round 

Media Services 

Basketball 510: Annabelle Vaughan 
Office Phone: 919-515-2102 
Home Phone; 919-858-9763 
E-Mail: annabelle vauohan@ncsu.edu 
Office Fax; 91 9-51 5-2B9B 
Press Row Phone; 919-861-6190 
Website; www.gopack.cam 



Series Information 

Series Record; NC State leads, 68-65 
Last Meeting; Ivlaryland won, 68-65, on 
March 2, 2003 (Raleigh) 

5003-04 Schedule 

N21 UNC-Asheville 

N25 Howard 

N28 Florida ASM 

D2 at Michigan ' 

D7 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 

D13 Hartford 

D20 at South Carolina 

028 Virginia 

J3 UNC-Wilmington 

J7 Bngham Young 

J1 1 at Florida State 

J15 at Duke 

J17 Clemson 

J20 at Boston College 

J24 Georgia Tech 

J28 at North Carolina 

F1 at Maryland 

F4 Wake Forest 

F7 at Virginia 

F10 Florida State 

F15 Duke 

F18 at Clemson 

F22 Washington 

F25 at Georgia Tech 

F29 North Carolina 

M3 Maryland 

MB at Wake Forest 

1-ACC/Big Ten Challenge 



General Information 

Location: Malibu, Calif. 

Enrollment; 8,000 

Founded: 1937 

Colors; Blue, Orange and White 

Conference: West Coast 

Nickname; Waves 

Home Arena; Firestone Fieldhouse (3,1 04) 

President; Andy Benton 

Athletics Director: Dr. John Watson 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Paul Westphal (Southern Cali- 
fornia 721 

Career Record/Yrs.: 121-49/5 

Record at PepperdineATrs.: 37-22/2 

Best Time to Reach: 9 a.m. to Noon 

Office Phone; 310-506-4461 

Assistant Coaches: Jim Nielsen (Washing- 
ton State 72), Wyking Jones (Loyola 

■' Marymount '95), Patrick Whitlock 
(Vandepbilt '99) 

S00S-03 

Overall Record: 15 13 
Conference Record/Finish: 7-7/4th 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason; None 

Media Services 

Basketball 510; Al Barba 
Office Phone; 310-506-4455 
Cell Phone; 8 18-41 4-5528 
E-Mail: abarba@pepperdine.edu 
Office Fax; 310-506-4322 
Press How Phone: 310-456-5050 
Website; www.pepperdinesports.com 



Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads. 1 -0 
Last Meeting; Maryland won, 69-64, on 

March 14,1 986 (NCAA Tournament in 

Long Beach, Calif.) 

S003-04 Schedule 

N21 Dayton 

N24 Colorado 

N29 at Oklahoma State 

D1 California State-Fullerton 

D3 at California-Santa Barbara 

D6 Long Beach State 

D12 at Lipscomb 

D14 at Maryland 

D18 at California-Irvine ■w'^^m 

D2D Bradley W^ 

D28 American ' >wW 

J3 at Colorado State 

J5 at Utah 

J8 Gonzaga 

J10 Portland 

J15 at Santa Clara 

J17 at San Diego 

J24 Loyola Marymount 

J29 Saint Mary's 

J31 San Francisco 

F5 at Gonzaga 

F7 at Portland 

F12 San Diego 

F14 Santa Clara 

F21 at Loyola Marymount 

F26 at San Francisco 

F29 at Saint Mary's 

1 -Rainbow Classic (Honolulu, Hawaiil 



S003-04 Roster 

No, Player Pos. Ht. 


IVt, 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


3 llian Evtimov 


F 


8-7 


931 


So. 


Winston-Salem, N.C. 








4 Ivlike O'Donnell 


G 


5-11 


160 


Fr 


Largo, Fla. 








10 Chris McCoy 


G 


B-5 


170 


Fr 


Louisville, Ky. 








1 1 Tony Bethel 


G 


6-2 


175 


Jr 


Ft. Washinqton. Md. 








19 Oominick Meiia 


G 


B-4 


206 


So. 


Voorhees, N.J. 


1.9 


0.4 


0.6 


1 3 Cameron Bennerman G/F 


6-4 


199 


So. 


Greensboro, N.C. 


9.3 


1.3 


0.6 


1 4 Enqin Atsun 


G 


6-3 


185 


Fr 


Istanbul, Turkey 








21 LeviWatkins 


F 


6-8 


997 


Jr. 


Rockville, Md. 


5.B 


9.5 


1.4 


22 Will Roach 


F 


B-5 


901 


Jr 


Raleiqh, N.C. 


0.9 


0.5 


0.4 


S3 Scooter Sherrill 


G 


6.3 


1B6 


Sr. 


Mt. Ulla. N.C. 


10.5 


S.7 


1.4 


S4 Julius Hodge 


GIf 


E-B 


191 


Jr. 


Harlem, N.Y. 


17.7 


6.1 


3.5 


32 Jordan Collins 


C 


B-1Q 


932 


Jr 


Hyattsville, Md. 


1.4 


1.0 


0.4 


34 Adam Simons 


C 


6-11 


242 


Fr 


Burlington, N.C. 








54 Marcus Melvin 


F/C 


6-8 


S30 


Sr. 


Fayetteville, N.C, 


is.g 


5.8 


1.9 


Starters: 3 returninq. 


2 lost: Letterwinners; B 


returninq, 9 lost; Returninq starters in bold 



S0a3-04 Roster 

No, Plaver Pos. Ht. 


m. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


1 Shaun Oavis 


G 5-11 


165 


Fr 


San Oieqo, Calif. 








9 Glen McGowan 


F 6-9 


230 


Jr 


Lemon Grove, Calif. 


9.B 


3.9 




3 Alex Acker 


6 6-5 


190 


So. 


Compton, Calif. 


13.0 


5.0 


3.3 


4 'Jesse Pineqar 


C 6-9 


925 


So. 


Salt Lake City, Utah 


0.6 


0.4 




5 Marvin Lea 


G 6-3 


1B0 


Fr 


Riverside, Calif. 








13 DerickGrubb 


C 6-9 


255 


So. 


Grapevine, Texas 


1.5 


1.8 


0.0 


30 Terrance Johnson 


G 6-5 


197 


Jr. 


Dallas, Texas 


15.0 


4.3 


1.9 


31 Robert Turner 


F 6-g 


300 


Jr. 


Buena Park, Calif. 


7.0 


3.1 


1.4 


93 Chase Griffin 


G B-2 


1B0 


Fr 


Redmond, Wash. 








94 Cody Horning 


F 6-9 


195 


Fr 


Loqmont, Colo. 








39 Shane Griffin 


G B-2 


1B0 


Fr. 


Phoenix. Ariz. 








34 lYakhouba Diawara F 6-7 


295 


Jr 


Paris, France 


15.7 






50 Jarrad Henry 


C B-11 


245 


Fr 


Kansas City, Mo, 








'-Statistics from 2001-02 at Bnqham Young 


# -Statistics from 2002-03 at Colleae of Southern Idaho 


Starters; 3 returning. 


2 lost,' Letterwinners; 4 returning, 7 lost; Returning starters in bold 



of ar,ry^i^ ^.J!WP t^ J J.BWfflWIi 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

Su02 National Champions 

Final Four ' 2001 , 2002 

Sweet Sixteen > 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's BasketbiHtL[ m J 



JS. 



VIRGINIA ,. yUA 

Cavaliers ue 



emon 




w. 




Pete Gillen 



Feb. 4, S004 Charlottesville, Va. 
March 7, S004 College Park, Md 





Bton Brown Skip Prosser 



Jan. S9, S004 Winston-Salem, N.Cj 
Feb. SB, SGG4 College Park, Md. 



Vytas Danelius 



General Information 

Location: Charlottesville. Va, 
Enrollment; 19.197 
Founded; 1B19 
Colors: Orange and Blue 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
Nickname: Cavaliers. Wahoos 
Home Arena: University Hall (B.392) 
President; John T Casteen, III 
Athletics Director: Craig Littlepage 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach; Pete Gillen (Fairfield '68) 
Career Record/Yrs.: 380-193/18 
Record at Virginia/Yrs. : 86-65/5 
Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 
Office Phone; 434-9B9-5400 
Assistant Coaches: Walt Fuller (Drexel '871, 
Rod Jensen (Redlands£751. Scott Shep- 
herd (Robert Morns '93) 



Sa03-03 

Overall Record; 16-16 
Conference Record/Finish: 6-10/T-Bth 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: 1-1; lost to Saint John's, 73- 
63. in NIT Second Round 

Media Services 

Basketball SIO: Bill Hurd 
Office Phone: 434-982-5500 
Home Phone; 434-944-2907 
E-Mail; whl4q@virginia,edu 
Office Fax; 434-982-5525 
Press Row Phone; 434-996-5910 
Website: www/.virginiasports.com 



Series Information 

Series Record; Ivlaryland leads, 98-63 
Last Meeting; Virginia won, B0-7B (OT). 
on March 9. 2003 (Charlottesville) 

3003-04 Schedule 

N23 Mount St, Mary's 

N2B Virginia Tech 

N30 High Point 

03 Minnesota ' 

05 at VMI 

016 James Madison 

019 at Loyola Marymount 

092 Coastal Carolina 

023 at NC State 

031 Iowa State 

J3 Providence 

J5 William S Mary 

J11 Duke 

J15 St Georgia Tech 

J18 Florida State y 

J20 Clemson ^^ 

J24 at North Carolina '^ 

J31 at VJake Forest 

F4 Maryland 

F7 NC State 

F11 at Duke 

F14 Georgia Tech 

F17 at Florida State "~ 

F21 at Clemson 

F94 North Carolina ® 

M2 Wake Forest 

M7 at Maryland 

1-ACCyBig Ten Challenge 



3003-04 Roster 

No, Player Pos. Ht, 


IVt, 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG APG 


2 J.R. Reynolds 


G 


6-3 


190 


Fr, 


Roanoke, Va, 






5 Derrick Byars 


G/F 


6-7 


SOS 


So. 


Memphis, Tenn. 


B.5 


a.g 


1 1 Maiestic Mapp 


G 


6-2 


185 


Sr. 


Harlem. N,Y, 


2.4 


1.2 


12 Billy Campbell 


G 


6-0 


182 


So. 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1.7 


0.4 


15 TJ, Bannister 


G 


5-11 


173 


Fr. 


Jacksonville, Fla, 






21 Robert Lodne 


G 


6-4 


200 


So. 


Raleiqh, N,C. 


O.G 


0,2 


SS Todd Billet 


G 


6-0 


igs 


Sp. 


Middletown, N.J. 


13.5 


a.s 3.6 


23 Gary Forbes 


G/F 


6-6 


201 


Fr, 


Brooklyn, N.Y, 






32 Jason Cain 


F 


6-9 


197 


Fr, 


Philadelphia, Pa, 






33 Devin Smith 


F 


B-5 


S35 


Jr. 


New Castle, Del. 


11.6 


4.S 


34 Jason Clark 


F 


6-8 


234 


Jr. 


Vinqinia Beach, Va, 


4,7 


2.5 


43 Elton Brown 


F/C 


6-9 


S55 


Jr. 


Newport News, Va. 


g.e 


4.3 


55 Donte Winter 


F/C 


6-8 


240 


Fr 


Salisbury. N,C, 






Starters; 4 returning, 


1 lost; Letterwinners; S returnnq. 6 tost; Heturninq starters in bold 



General Information 

Location; Winston-Salem, N.C. 
Enrollment; 3.950 
Founded; 1834 
Colors: Did Gold and Black 
Conference; Atlantic Coast 
Nickname; Demon Deacons 
Home Arena: Lawrence Joel Veterans Me- 
morial Coliseum (14.665) 
President; Dr. Thomas K. Heam 
Athletics Director; Ron Wellman 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Skip Prosser (U.S. Merchant 

Marine Academy '72) 
Career Heeord/Yrs.: 21 1-97/10 
Record at Wake Forest/Yps,; 46-19/2 
Best Time to Reach; Contact SID 
Office Phone: 336-75B-5B22 
Assistant Coaches; Jeff Battle (Marshall 

'85), Dno Gaudio (Ohio '81 ), Chris Mack 

(Xavier '921 



S003-03 

Overall Record; 25-6 

Conference Record/Finish: 1 3-3/1 St 

Final Rankings; No. 8 AR No. 12 USA 

Today/ESPN 
Postseason; 1-1 ; lost to Auburn, 88-62, 
in NCAA Second Round 



x3 



Media Services 

Basketball SID; Dean Buchan 
Office Phone; 336-758-5640 
Home Phone; 336-992-7049 
E-Mail: buchandw@wrfu.edu 
Office Fax: 336-758-5140 
Press Row Phone; 336-727-2945 
Website; www.wakBfopestsports.com 



Series Information 

Series Record; Maryland leads, 56-51 
Last Meeting; Maryland won, 90-67, on 
Feb, 17, 9003 (College Park) 

3003-04 Schedule 

N13 Memphis ' 

N99 Elon 

N29 at Yale 

02 Indiana = 

06 Richmond 

01 5 at Southern Methodist 

020 at North Carolina 

D30 North Carolina AST 

J3 New Mexico 

J6 Brown 

J10 Clemson 

J13 at Texas 

J17 at Duke 

J90 Georgia Tech 

J95 at Florida State 

J29 Maryland 

J31 Virginia 

F4 at NC State 

F7 North Carolina 

F1 2 at Clemson 

F1 5 Cincinnati 

FIB Duke y^ 

F22 at Georgia Tech 

F95 Florida State 

F2B at Maryland 

M2 at Virginia 

MB NC State 

l-Coaches vs. Cancer (New York. N.Y.I; 
3-ACC/Big Ten Challenge 



3003-04 Roster 

rVo. Player Pos, Ht. 


Wt, Yr, 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


Chris Ellis F 


6-9 


265 So, 


Marietta, Ga, 


2.8 


2.5 




1 Justin Gray G 


6-a 


185 So. 


Charlotte, N.C. 


ia.7 


3.6 




2 Jeremy Ingram G 


B-3 


185 Fr 


Kinston, N,C, 








3 Chris Paul G 


6-0 


168 Fr 


Lewisville, N.C, 








4 Taron Downey G 


6-a 


180 Jr. 


Oxford, N.C. 


10.2 


3.5 


4.S 



10 J amaai Levy 

13 V ytas Danelius 

20 A3" .■, a~s 

23 R cra-g J-^ce 

31 E ric Williams 

33_T'e- ;■:':■ and 

34 Tc ~c rienc.ay 

53 Kyle Visser 



F 6-9 180 Jr. Panama City, Panama 7,2 6.8 
F 6-9 aas Jr. Kaunas, Lithuania 15.3 7.5 



G 6-3 177 Sr. Memphis, Tenn, 



2,2 0.4 



G/F B-5 200 So. Mount Air^, N,C, 



1.8 0.6 



C 6-9 a75 So. Wake Forest, N.C. 8.7 4.1 

G/F 6-5 200 So. East Flat Rock, N.C, 4,3 1.9 
F 6-9 213 Fr Sanford, N,0. 



6-1 1 224 Fr. Grand Rapds, Mich. 



Starters; 4 returning, 1 tost; Letterwinners; 9 returning, 4 tost; Heturning starters in bold 



,..IJ.|JJ-1.I.I.I.I.IB!B 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four '2001, £002 

Sweet Sixteen '1994, 1995, 1998, 1399, 2001, 2002. 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1335, 1336, 1397, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 




i»/fli l^0«^MbP"<^ Men's Basketball 



"m 



T VIRGINIA WISCObLSIJSI 

ounatineers aaagers 




^ 



John Beilein 



Passible Game, Dec. 7, S003 
BBST Classic Washington, D.C. 




Drew Schifino Bo Ryan 



Dec. S, S003 
College Park, Md. 




Dave Mader 



General Information 

Location; Morgantown, W.Va. 

Enrollment; 23,492 

Founded; 1BB7 

Colors; Old Gold and Blue 

Conference; Big East 

Nickname; Mountaineers 

Home Arena; WVU Coliseum (14,000) 

President; David C. Hardesty. Jr. 

Athletics Director; Ed Pastilong 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach; John Beilein (Wheeling Jesuit 

75) 
Career Record/Yrs.: 481 -273/25 
Record at West Virglnla/Yrs.; 14-15/1 
Best Time to Reach; Contact SID 
Office Phone: 304-293-2193 
Assistant Coaches; Jeff Neubauer (La Salle 
'93), Matt Brown (Shippensburg '94), 
Jerry Dunn (George Mason.'BI ) 

saas-as ^ 

Overall Record; 14-15 

Conference Record/Finish; 5- 1 1 /6th (West) 

Final Rankings; None 

Postseason; None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID; Bryan Messerly 
Office Phone; 304-293-2B21 
Home Phone; 304-599-5708 
E-Mail; bryan.messerly@mail.wvu.edu 
Office Fax; 304-293-4105 
Press Row Phone; 304-293-2821 
Website; wvnv.msnsportsnet.com 



Series Information 

Series Record; West Virginia leads, 22-1 4 
Last Meeting; West Virginia won, 86-72, 
on Dec. 5, 1992 (Morgantown) 

3003-04 Schedule 

N24 at James Madison 

N29 Northeastern 

D2 Saint Louis ' 

D6 George Washington - 

D7 Maryland or Gonzaga ^ 

D13 Duquesne 

D17 lUPUl 

D20 Florida 3 

D28 IPFW 

D30 Howard 

J7 at Notre Dame 

J10 Georgetown 

J14 Virginia Tech 

J17 at Providence 

J2aG1 Marshall 

J24 Boston College 

J28 at Saint John's 

J31 at Villanova 

F4 Seton Hall 

F7 at Connecticut 

F1 1 Saint John's 

F14 Villanova 

F21 Pittsburgh 

F25 at Rutgers 

F2B at Virginia Tech 

M2 Syracuse 

M6 at Miami 

1-Char)eston Civic Center; S-BB&T Clas- 
sic fWashington, D.C.I; 3-Drange Bowl 
Classic IMiam, Fla.l 



S003-04 Roster 

No, Player Pos. Ht. 


IVt, 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RP6 


AP6 


1 J. Durisseau-Coilins G 


5-10 


190 


So. 


Houston, Texas 


S.3 


S.3 


S.3 


2 Brad Byerson 


F 


B-7 


250 


Fr. 


Colonial Heights, Va. 








3 Patrick Beilein 


G 


8-4 


205 


So. 


Richmond, Vs. 


5.5 


1.7 


1.2 


4 Tyrone Sally 


F 


6-7 


S10 


Jr. 


Chesterfield, Va, 


8.3 


4.8 


S.I 


S Joe Herber 


G 


S-E 


SIS 


So, 


Darmstadt, Germany 


7.2 


3.9 


3.8 


10 Tyler Relph 


G 


8-0 


185 


Fr. 


Victor, N.Y. 








1 1 Dunel Price 


G 


B-Q 


180 


Jr. 


Buffalo, N.Y 


0.9 


0.3 


0.0 


1 2 Frank Younq 


F 


8-5 


215 


Fr. 


Tallahassee, Fla. 








15 Drew Schifino 


F 


6.3 


aio 


Jr. 


Pittsburgh, Pa, 


S0.1 


4.7 


8.3 


21 Jerrah Younq 


F 


B-B 


210 


Fr. 


Chicago, III. 








32 Jonathan Curran 


F 


B-5 


200 


Sr 


Clarksburg, W.Va. 


0.3 


0.3 


0.3 


34 Kevin Pittsnogle 


C 


6-11 


S40 


So. 


Martlnaburg, W.Va. 


11.B 


4.8 


1.1 


40 It O'er Fischer 


C 


6-11 


240 


Jr. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


9.8 


7.2 




55 Nick Patella 


G 


5-11 


195 


So. 


Elkins, W.Va. 


1.4 


0.5 


1.0 


# -Statistics from 2001-02 at Northwestern State 


Starters; 5 returning, 


lost; Letterwinners; 7 retumnq, 3 lost; Returning starters 


nbold 



General Information 

Location; Madison, Wis, 

Enrollment; 41,219 

Founded; 1 848 

Colors; Cardinal and White 

Conference; Big Ten 

Nickname; Badgers 

Home Arena; Kohl Center (17,142) 

President; John Wiley 

Athletics Director: Pat Richter 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach; Bo Ryan (Wilkes '691 
Career Record/Yrs,: 426-124/19 
Record at Wisconsin/Yrs.: 43-21/2 
Best Time to Reach; Contact SID 
Office Phone; 608-262-4597 
Assistant Coaches; Rob Jeter (Wisconsin- 
Platteville '91 ), Gary Close (Arizona State 
'78), Greg Gard (Wisconsin-PlBtteville 
■95) 

S00S-03 

Overall Record; 24-8 

Conference Record/Finish; 1 2-4/1 st 

Final Rankings; No, 21 AR No. 13 USA 

Today/ESPN 
Postseason; 2-1 ; lost to Kentucky, 63-57, 
in NC/\A Midwest Region Semifinal 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Brian Lucas 
Office Phone: 608-262-1811 
Home Phone: 600-345-1283 
E-Mail: bml@athletics.wisc.edu 
Office Fax; 608-262-8184 
Press Row Phone; 608-265-4336 
Website; www.uwbadgers.com 



Series Information 

Series Record; Wisconsin leads, 3-1 
Last Meeting; Maryland won, 87-57, on 

March 1 7, 2002 (NCAA Tournament in 

Washington, D.C.) 

S003-0'!t Schedule 

N21 at Pennsylvania 
N25 Eastern Illinois 
N29 Rutgers 
D2 at Maryland ' 
D6 Detroit 

Die Wisconsin-Green Bay 
D13 Wisconsin-Milwaukee :| 

D20 Marquette 
D27 Ohio = 
D30 at Alabama 
J3 College of Charlestnn* 
J6 Indiana f 

J10 Michigan State 
J14 at Purdue 
J21 Michigan 
J24 Illinois 
J28 at Ohio State 
F4 Minnesota 
F7 at Northwestern 
F1 1 at Iowa 
F14 Ohio State 
F1B at Illinois 
F22 at Michigan 
F25 Penn State 
F29 Purdue 
M2/3 at Michigan State 
MB/7 at Indiana 

1- ACC/Big Ten Challenge; 2- Balance Bar 
Rock-N-Roll Shootout (Cleveland. Ohio) 



S003-04 Roster 

No, Player Pos, Ht, 


IVt, 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG APG 


1 Sharif Chambliss 


G 


6-1 


215 


Fr 


Appletpn, Wis, 






3 Ike Ukawuba 


G 


B-3 


175 


Sr. 


Chicaqq, III. 


1.0 


0.0 


4 Ray Nixon 


F 


B-B 


205 


Sc. 


Milwaukee, Wis, 


0.5 


0.6 


5 Jason Chappell 


F/0 


6-10 


240 


So. 


New Berlin, Wis. 


D.5 


0.4 


12 Boo Wade 


G 


B-3 


185 


Sq. 


Milwaukee, Wis. 


3.3 


1.8 


1 3 Clayton Hanson 


G 


6-5 


185 


Jr 


Reedsburg, Wis. 


2.1 


0.5 


21 Andreas Helmiqk 


F/C 


6-9 


245 


So. 


Klaqenfurt, Austria 


1.B 


1.2 


23 Kammron Taylqr 


G 


B-2 


175 


Fr. 


Minneapolis, Minn, 






S4 Freddie Owens 


G 


E-S 


185 


Sr, 


Milwaukee, Wis, 


10,3 


1,8 


3D Dave Mader 


C 


B-11 


255 


Sr 


Appleton, Wis. 


2.5 


2.1 


32 Brian Butch 


F/C 


B-11 


215 


Fr 


Appleton, Wis. 






34 Devin Harris 


G 


E-3 


185 


Jr, 


Milwaukee, Wis, 


1S,7 


4,6 


4S Alando Tlicker 


F 


6-5 


195 


So, 


Lockport, III, 


1S,0 


5,9 


44 iZach Morley 


F 


6-8 


220 


Jr. 


Maryville, Mo, 


15.2 


B.2 


54 Mike Wilkinson 


F 


6-8 


835 


Jr, 


Blue Mound, Wis, 


10,3 


6,8 


# -Statistics from Indian Hills C.C. 


Starters; 4 returning, 


1 lost; Letterwinners; 1 


returning, 3 lost; Returning starters in bold 



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DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four ' 2001 . 2002 

Sweet Sixteen '1994. 1995, 1998, 1999. 2001. 2002. 2003 

NCAA Appearances '1994. 1995, 1996, 1397. 1998, 1999,2000,2001,2002,2003 



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George Washington 



Dec. 6, 1 p.m. 
(Raycam/Comcast) 



Consolation 

Dec. B 

3 p.m. 
[Raycom/Comcascl 



West Virginia 



MARYLAND 



Dec. 6, 3:30 p.m. 
(RaycorrvCofncast) 



Gonzaga 

BB&T Classic Results 

Dec. S, 1995 

Florida 75, George Washington 66 

Massachusetts 50, Maryland 47 

Dec. 3, 1995 

Consolation; Maryland 98, George Washington 81 

Championship; Massachusetts 80, Florida 5B 

Dec. 9, 1996 

George Washington 57, Mississippi State 38 

Maryland 80, California 64 

Dec. 9, 1996 

Consolation; California 78, Mississippi State 45 

Championship; Maryland 74, George Washington 68 
Dec, 7, 1997 

« 1 9 Maryland SB, #2 Kansas 83 

George Washington 66, Penn 6g 

Dee. a, 1997 

ConsolaDon; Kansas 89, Penn 71 

Championship; George Washington 70, It 1 9 Maryland 66 
Dec. 6, 1999 

DePaul 87, George Washington 79 

ng Maryland 62, 1)5 Stanford 60 

Dec. 7, 1999 

Consolation: #5 Stanford 70, George Washington 56 

Championship; *g Maryland 92, DePaul 75 

Dec. 4, 1999 

George Washington 72. Seton Hall 63 

1120 Maryland 69, #16 Illinois 67 

Dec. 5, 1999 

Consolation; «16 Illinois 72, Seton Hall 61 

Championship; G. Washington 74, 1)20 Maryland 69 
Dec. S, SaOO 

# 1 3 Maryland 82, Michigan 51 

George Washington 65, St, John's 75 

Dee. 3, SOOO 

Consolation; St. John's 97, Michigan 83 

Championship; 1 1 3 Maryland 71 , George Washington 63 
Dec, S, 2001 

#5 Maryland 61 , Princeton 53 

Connecticut 84, George Washington 76 

Dec. 3, aOOl 

Consolation; George Washington 60, Princeton 57 

Championship; 113 Maryland 77, Connecticut 65 

Dec. 7, SOOS 

#2 Texas 100, George Washington 92 

Notre Dame 79, #8 M a ryland 67 

Dec. S, 3002 

Consolation; #8 Maryland 93, George Washington 82 
Championship; Notre Dame 98, 1)2 Texas 92 




Championship 

Dec. 8 

5:30 p.m. 

(RayconVComcast) 



The Terps with the 2001 BB&T Classic championsh/p trophy. 

AII-TourneyTeams BB&T Classic Records 



1995 

Marcus Camby, Massachusetts (MVP) 
Dametri Hill, Florida 
Alexander Koul. George Washington 
Johnny Rhodes, Maryland 

Greg Williams, Florida 

1996 

Keith Booth, Maryland (MVP) 

Ed Gray. California 

Alexander Koul. George Washington 

Yegor Mescheriakov, George Washington 

Laron Profit, Maryland 

1997 

Rodney Elliott, Maryland 

Raef LaFrentz, Kansas 

Paul Pierce, Kansas 

Laron Profit, Maryland 

Shawnta Rogers, George Washington [MVPl 

1999 

Steve Francis, Maryland [MVPl 

Mark Madsen, Stanford 

Yegor Mescheriakov, George Washington 

Terence Morris, Maryland 

Quentin Richardson, DePaul 

1999 

SirValianc Brown, George Washington (MVP) 

Juan Dixon, Maryland 

Lonny Baxter, Maryland 

Cory Bradford, Illinois 

Darius Lane, Seton Hall 

2000 

SirValiant Brown, George Washington (MVP) 
Juan Dixon, Maryland 
Byron Mouton, Maryland 
Anthony Glover, St. John's 

Bernard Robinson, Michigan 

2001 

Lonny Baxter, Maryland (MVPl 
Caron Butler, Connecticut 
Greg Collucci, George Washington 
Juan Dixon, Maryland 

Chris Monroe. George Washington 

2002 

TJ. Ford, Texas (MVP) 
Steve Blake, Maryland 
Dan Miller, Notre Dame 
Sydmill Hams, Texas 
Torin Francis. Notre Dame 



Individual Records 

Points 32 



SirValient Brown. GW vs. St. John's, 'QO 



Rebounds 


16 


Raef IjFrentz, Kansas vs. Maryland, '97 


Assists 


12 


TJ. Ford, Texas vs. Notre Dame, '02 


Steals 


6 


Juan Dixon. Maryland vs. Princeton, '01 




6 


Laron Profit, Maryland vs. Kansas, '97 


Blocked Shots 


8 


Torin Francis, Notre Dame vs. Texas, '02 


Field Goals 


12 


Raef LaFrentz, Kansas vs. Penn, '97 (15 atts) 


Field Goal Attempts 


26 SirValtant Brovun, Seton Hall vs. GW, '99 (9 made) 


FG Pet. (min 10 FGAl.gog 


James Thomas, Texas vs. GW, '02 (10-11) 


3-Pt, Field Goals 


6 


Garett Kreitz, Penn vs. GW, '97 (7 atts) 




6 


Darius Lane, Seton Hall vs. GW, '99 (B atts) 


6 Sydmill Harris, Texas vs. Notre Dame, '02 (6 atts) 


3-Pt. FG Attempts 


11 


Kwame Evans, GW vs. Florida, '95 (made 5) 


1 1 Cory Bradford, Seton Hall vs. Illinois, '99 (made 5) 


Free Throws 


16 


Keith Booth, Man/land vs. GW. '96 


Free Throw Att. 


24 


Keith Booth. Maryland vs. GW, '96 


Free Throw Pet. 


9/9 


Juan Dixon, Maryland vs. Princeton, '01 


Team Records 

Points 1DQ 


Texas vs. GW, '02 


Rebounds 


51 


Kansas vs. Maryland, '97 


Assists 


24 


Maryland vs. GW. '02 


Steals 


15 
15 


Calif, vs. Miss St, '96 
Maryland vs. Kansas, '97 


Blocked Shots 


10 


Notre Dame vs. Texas, '02 


Field Goals 


36 


Kansas vs. Penn. '97 


FG Attempts 


82 


Texas vs. Notre Dame, '02 


FG Percentage 


.571 


Kansas vs. Penn, '97 


3-Pt, Field Goals 


14 


Texas vs. Notre Dame, '02 


3-Pt. FG Attempts 


28 


Seton Hall vs. Illinois, '99 


3-Pt. FG Percentage 


,706 


Maryland vs. GW, '02 


Free Throws 


33 


Maryland vs. GW, '96 


Free Throw Att. 


47 


Maryland vs. GW, '96 


Free Throw Pet. 


1.0 


GWvs. Maryland (21/21), '00 



Personal Fouls 


35 


Texas vs. GW, '02 


Most Combined Pts, 


192 


Texas vs. GW. '02 


Margin of Victory 


33 


California vs. Miss St., '96 


Points.Tournament 


192 


Texas, '02 



Attendance 



20,544 



MD vs. Stanford S GW vs. DePaul, 12/6/9B 



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Consecutive Titles 



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ACC Statistics 


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NCAA Statistics 


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Game-Bv-Game Statistics 


100 H 




Superlatives 


101 B 


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Points-Rebounds-Assists 


101 W 




Miscellaneous Statistics 


102 K 


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ACC Season Review 


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2002 Nationd' Ctiampions 

Final Four • 2001 . 2002 

Sweet Sixteen > 1994. 1995, 1998, 1939, 2001. 2002. 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1994. 1995. 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999. 2000. 2001. 2002. 2003 



-Maryland Men's BasketbaBl^ ai J 



Terps Open Comcast Center; Reach NCAA Sweet 16 




• The 2002-03 Maryland basketball team (No. 17 AP, No, 10 USA Today/ 
ESPN) posted a 21-10 record en route to the program's 10th 

straight NCAA Tournament berth and third consecutive Sweet 
Sixteen appearance. One season after reaching its second- 
straight Final Four and capturing the first national champion- 
ship in school history, Maryland made its fifth Sweet Sixteen 
appearance in the last six seasons and the seventh during 
the Terps' 10-year run of NCAA appearances since 1994. 

• Maryland finished the season ranked No. 10 ac- 
cording to the final USA Today/ESPN Coaches 
Poll, released April B. It marked Maryland's 
fourth Top 1 finish in the coaches poll in the 
last five seasons, and the program's 10th 
overall. Maryland has been ranked in the 
Top 1 in 25 of the last 40 polls by the 
college head coaches. 



• Maryland, Arizona and Kentucky are 
the only schools in the nation that have 
achieved each of the following: 

• Won a national championship in the 
last 10 years. 

• Received berths in each of 10 I 
NCAA Tournaments from 1 994 to 
2003 (Maryland, Arizona, Cincinnati, 
Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky]. 

• Made appearances in the Sweet Six- 
teen at least seven times since 1994 
(Maryland, Arizona, Connecticut, Kansas, 
Duke, Kentucky). 



• Maryland used a buzzer-beating 3-pointer by 
senior Drew Nicholas to down UNC Wilmington 
in the NCAA first round, 75-73, and put together 
a solid team effort to outlast David West and Xavier, 
77-64, in the second round, Nicholas and fellow senior 
Ryan Randle ted the Terps over the Musketeers with 1 7 
points apiece, while four-year starting point guard Steve Blake 
added nine points, nine assists and seven rebounds. The Terra- i 
pins came back from a 14-point deficit vs. Michigan State in the 

regional semifinal, but concluded an eight-game NCAA Tournament 
win streak, B0-5B, in San Antonio, 

• Maryland head coach Gary Williams reached his 500th career vic- 
tory at NC State on March 2. His record stands at 502-2B1, which 
makes him the 1 7th-leading active coach in America in terms of victories. 
Williams now totals 25 NCAA Tournament victories — eighth among active 
coaches - and is 21 -9 at Maryland. 

• Honorable mention AP All-America and AII-ACC first team selection Steve 
Blake totaled 1 , 1 39 career points and 972 assists after leading the con- 
ference in assists for three straight seasons. He finished his career fifth on 



the NCAA's all-time career assists chart, and is the only player in ACC 

history to total more than 1 ,000 points, BOO assists, 400 rebounds and 

200 steals. 

• Blake led the ACC in assists as a sophomore (B.9), junior (7.9) 

and senior (7. 1 ). He became Maryland's career assist leader in 2001 -02 

as a junior, and set records for starts (1361 and minutes (4,312) as a 

" senior in 2002-03. He is one of 1 5 players in Maryland basketball history 

CO have his lersey number honored. 

• Blake became the eighth Terp drafted in the last five years when 

the Washington Wizards selected him as the 3Bth overall pick in the 
2003 NBA draft. Blake pined former Terrapin Juan Dixon as part 
of the Wizards' summer spuad and finished second in the Boston, 
Mass., Reebok Pro Summer League in assists. 

Nicholas ranked second in the ACC in scoring (17.8 
ppg), fourth in the ACC in 3-point field goal percentage and 
3-point field goals made, but his game-winning long- 
range shots at NC State and 
vs. UNC Wilmington in the 
NCAA Tournament's first 
round will be remembered 
for decades. 

•The Terps have been 

ranked in the AP Top 25 

for 73 consecutive weeks, 

and the USA Today/ESPN Top 

25 for 67 straight votes. Maryland has been in the Top 10 

in 21 of the past 37 votes by the Associated Press, and in 

25 of 40 by the coaches, including the season-ending poll 

released April B. 

• As a team, the Terrapins led the ACC and the nation in 
assists at 1 B,48 apg. The Terps also paced the ACC in 
field goal percentage defense (.37B, 3rd nationally), scor- 
ing margin (+13,0 ppg), field goal percentage (,464), 3- 
point field goal percentage (,390), 3-point field goal per- 
centage defense (.322), blocked shots (6.39 bpg), steals 
10.39 spg) and assist/turnover ratio [1 .33). 

• The Terps' 21-10 record extended an active school 

record streak of 20-win seasons to seven. Last year, Maryland 

broke a record of five straight 20-win seasons, from 1 972 to 1 976. 




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' Maryland's victory over then-No. 12/14 Xavier in the 
NCAA's second round was the 50th win over a ranked team 
since Gary Williams took the helm for the 1 989-90 season. 

• The Terps tied for second during the regular season in 
the always-competitive Atlantic Coast Conference, marking 
the fourth second-or-better finish in the last five yeare, and 
a school record sixth-straight finish in the league's top three. 



SaaS-a3 season Review J mj 




_ A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2003 National Champions 

Final Four ' SOai . 2002 

Sweet Sixteen < 1994. 1995. 1998. 1999. 2001. 2002. 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995. 199B. 1997. 199B. 1999. 9000. 2001. 2002. 2003 



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Similarly, Maryland's 1 1 -5 ACC record marked a school- 
record sixth-straight season of double-figure ACC vic^ 
tones. 

• Attendance records were broken in the Terps' first 
season at the $125 million, state-of-the-art, 
1 7,950-seat Comcast Center. The Terps finished 
fifth in the nation in terms of home attendance, 
establishing new school records for single-game 
attendance with nine full sellouts, and set- 
ting a new single-season mark for 
season attendance (2B1 ,057] 
and per game average 
[17,566]. Maryland's fifth- 
place national attendance fin- 
ish was the best in school his- 




\ 



tory. 

• The Terps' 87-72 win over then-No 
1 Duke on Jan. 1 8, 2003, at Comcast 
Center gave Gary Williams his fifth- 
ever victory over a top-ranked 
team, tying him with Duke's Mike 
Krzyzewski for the most victo- 
ries over No. 1 among active 
ACC coaches. 



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S008-03 Honors 

Steve Blake 

• AP All-American (Honorable Mention) 



' AII-ACC (First Team) 




I Wooden Award Semifinalist 



' USBWA All-District Team 



' NABC All-District Team 



« ACC Player of the Week (Feb. 17) 

' BBST Classic All-Tournament Team 

• ACC All-Defen^ye Team (Honorable Mention) 

• Collegeinsider.com All-Defensive Team 

• ACC Fan's Guide All-Defensive Team 



^ ^ 



Steve Blake 



Drew Nicholas 

» AII-ACC (Second Team) 



• USBWA AII-DistPict Team 




^ ^ 



• NABC All-District Team 



Drew Nicholas 



Ryan Randle 

• AII-ACC (Third Team) 



« ACC All-Defensive Team (Honorable Mention] 

Tahj Halden 

« ACC All-Defensive Team [Honorable Mention) 




Ryan Randle 



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At^ndance'ri^S^Sk were 

broken in the Terps' first 

season at the $1SS 

mittion, state-of-the-art, 

17,9SO-seat Comcast 

Center. The Terps finished 

Wfc tjheboation i aJterms 

I 

establishing new school 
records for single-game 
attendance with nine full 
selloutSj and setting a new 
^ingie-season mark for 
■," r season attendance 
^S081,OS7J and per game 
l ; average C1.7,'56B}. 
^^^ Maryland's fifth-place 
.ati^^Lattehdance finish 



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A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four ' 2001 , 2003 

Sweet Sixteen > 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances < 1994, 1995, 1996, ^997. 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's Baske1:b§ittlJ m T 





Overall: S1-10 » ACC: 11-5 • Home: 14-3 • Away: 4-4 • Neutral: 3-4 



Date 



Opponent 



Result 



Att, Overall ACC Points Leader 



Ng4 [12/151 Miami [Ohio) 



Rebounds Leader 



W 64-49 



17,950 1-0 



Assists Leader 



Nicholas 16 



N97 



[11/11] The Citadel 



Garrison 6 



W 97-49 



17,503 g-G 



- Nicholas 58 



Blalce 8 



N30 [11/111 Duquesne 



Smith 9 



W 89-39 



17.6g9 3-0 



Blake 5 



Nicholas 1 9 



D3 1 [9/81 [10/1 11 vs. Indiana 



L 74-80ot 15.715 



3-1 



Blake gg 



Canep-IVIedlev 8 



Blake 13 



07 9 [9/81 vs. Notre Dame 



Handle 16 



67-79 



15,778 3-g 



Blake 15 



Nicholas 4 



08 g [9/81 vs. Georae Washington 



Randle 10 



W 93-8g 



13,g09 4-g 



Blake 4 



Blake, Nicholas g7 



D14 [18/161 [14/171 Florida 



Garrison 6 



64-69 



17.950 4-3 



Blake 7 



Randle 18 



Dg3 



[g3/ggl UMBO 



Randle 10 



W 101-80 17.B0g 5-3 



Randle g1 



Blake 6 



Pgg [g3/ggl ' Georgia Tech 



Randle 9 



W 84-77 



17,950 6-3 



1-0 Nicholas gg 



Blake 9 



J4 



[gg/gOl Wagner 



Smith 8 



W 79-57 



17,505 7-3 



- Randle g1 



Blake 8 



J8 



[g 1/1 71 Hampton 



Garrison, Smith 9 



W 108-58 17.488 



8-3 



Blake 12 



J11 



[g 1/1 71 'Fiopida State 



Nicholas, Smith 17 



Randle 1g 



W B9-6g 



17.950 9-3 



J15 



[17/151 '[19/20 1 at Wake Forest 



g-0 Nicholas g3 



Blake B 



Nicholas 9 



L 7g-B1 



1 1 ,6g3 



9-4 



Blake, McCall. Nicholas 4 



J1E 



[17/151 '[1/11 Duke 



Blake 15 



W 87-7g 



17,950 10-4 



McCrav 6 



Blake 7 



Nicholas 94 



Jgg 



Randle 17 



[12/111 'at North Carolina 



W 81-66 



21,750 11-4 



4-1 Nicholas 20 



Blake 6 



J25 



Randle 10 



[12/111 'atClemson 



W 52-47 10.500 12-4 5-1 Nicholas 14 



Blake 5 



J30 



[10/91 'NC State 



Holden 1 1 



W 75-60 



17,950 13-4 



6-1 Blake 20 



Blake, Nicholas 3 



F2 



[10/91 Loyola 



Smith 10 



W 85-56 



17.576 14-4 



- Randle 17 



Blake 7 



FB 



[8/81 



Blake, Smith 5 



' Virginia 



78-BB 



17.950 14-5 



Blake 10 



6-g Nicholas 20 



Fg 



[8/81 



' at Georgia Tech 



84-90 



F12 [16/151 ' at Florida State 



9,191 14-6 6-3 Nicholas IB 



Caner-Medlev 7 



Nicholas 6 



W 74-72 



7.436 15-6 



Randle, Caner-Medley 6 



F17 [13/131 '[10/1 11 Wake Forest 



7-3 Nicholas 20 



Blake 8 



Holden 9 



W 90-67 



14.222 16-6 



Blake 4 



B-3 Blake 21 



F19 



[13/131 '[8/81 at Duke 



Randle 13 



70-75 



Fgg 



[13/131 'North Carolina 



9,314 18-7 8-4 Holden 18 



Blake 9 



Randle. Blake 7 



W 96-56 



17,950 17-7 



Blake 9 



9-4 Blake 18 



Fg5 [14/141 'Clemson 



Gilchrist 9 



W 91 -5g 



17.950 16-7 



Blake 8 



10-4 Randle 18 



ivjg 



[14/141 ' at NC State 



McCall, Randle 6 



W 68-65 



19.7gg 19-7 



Blake 7 



11-4 Holden 90 



M9 



113/121 'at Virginia 



Holden 9 



L 78-BOot 7,301 



19-8 



Blake 7 



11-5 Nicholas 27 



M14 3 [14/151 vs. North Carolina 



Randle 6 



L 7g-B4 g3,745 19-9 



Blake 10 



Nicholas 1 8 



Mgl 4 [17/171 vs. UNC Wilmington 



Nicholas 6 



W 75-73 17,484 gO-9 



Blake 10 



Mg3 4 [17/171 [1g/14lvs. Xavier 



Nicholas gg 



Randle 16 



W 77-64 



17,484 g1-9 



Blake 7 



MgB 5 [17/171 vs. Michigan State 



Nicholas. Randle 17 



Nicholas 8 



L 58-60 33,009 g1-10 



Blake 9 



Nicholas IB 



Holden 9 



Blake 3 



- denotes Atlantic Coast Conference games 



1 - ACC/Big Ten Challenge at Indanapolis, Ind. fConseco Fieldhousei 

g - SBST Classic at Washington. D.C. IMCI Center] 

3 - ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. IGreensboro Coliseum] 

4 - NCAA First/Second Rounds at Nashville. Tenn, (Gaylord Entertainment CenterJ 

5 ■ NCAA South Regional at San Antonio. Texas MlamodomeJ 



Numbers in brackets denote rankings bvAPAJSA Today -ESPN 



Records with Starting Lineups 



F McCall 



F Holden 



C R andle 6 N i cholas G Blake 



9-4 



Miami (Ohio) (11-241, The Citadel (11-271. Duquesne (11-3D1. vs, Indiana (12-31. Duke (1-181, at 
North Carolina (1-221, at Clemson (1-2S1, NC State (1-30), Loyola (2-21. Virginia (2-B). at Georgia Tech 
(2-9). Clemson (2-251, vs. Michigan State (3-281 

F Caner-Medley F H olden C Ra ndle G Nicholas G Blak e 7^ 

vs. Notre Dame (12-71, vs. Geo. Washington (12-81, Florida (12-14), at Florida State (2-121, Wake 
Forest (2-171, at Duke (2-191, North Carolina (2-221. at NC State (3-21, at Virginia (3-9), vs. North 
Carolina (3-14), vs. UNC Wilmington (3-21). vs. Xavier (3-23) 

F Caner-Medley _FGarrisgn C Randle G N icholas G Bla ke S.^ 

UMBC (12-23). Georgia Tech (12-291. Wagner (1-4), Hampton (1-8), Florida State (1-11). at Wake 
Forest (1-15) 




Ryan Randle stuffs in a massive dunk at Comcast Center. 



SaOS-03 Season Review 




^1—^ A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2Q02 National Champions 
Final Four • 2001 . 2002 
Sweet Sixteen • 1994. 1995. 1998. 1999. 2001. 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances '1994. 1995. 1996. 1997. 1998. 1999. 2000. 2001. 2002, 2003 f.' 




nd Men's Basketball 




Overall Season Stats 















/■•■ 


TOTAL 


■■/ 


/• 


■•3-PTS 


•••/ 








/•■ 


--REBOUNOS 


■•/ 
















M 


Player 


GP 


GS 


MIn 


Avq 


FG 


FGA 


Pet 


3FG 


FGA 


Pet 


FT 


FTA 


Pet 


Off 


Def 


Tot 


Avg 


PF 


FO 


A 


TO 


BIk 


StI 


Pts Avg 


^2 


Nicholas. Drew 


31 


31 


984 


31.7 


182 


414 


.440 


73 


178 


.41D 


115 


135 


.852 


27 


92 


119 


3.8 


53 





83 


66 


12 


37 


552 17.8 


33 


Randle. Ryan 


31 


31 


792 


25.5 


IBS 


339 


.496 


1 


4 


.250 


58 


95 


.611 


79 


145 


224 


7.2 


82 


1 


26 


50 


36 


44 


395 12.7 


25 


Blake, Steve 


31 


31 


1009 


32.5 


114 


275 


.415 


64 


154 


.416 


68 


83 


.819 


22 


92 


114 


3.7 


54 





221 


99 


5 


50 


360 11,6 


45 


Holden, Tahj 


3D 


25 


838 


27.9 


81 


199 


.407 


17 


54 


.315 


81 


114 


.711 


34 


98 


132 


4.4 


87 


2 


53 


45 


59 


37 


26D 8.7 


22 


Caner-Medley, Nik 


31 


18 


519 


16.7 


74 


138 


.536 


10 


27 


.370 


25 


43 


.581 


5D 


60 


110 


3.5 


65 


1 


30 


29 


20 


37 


183 5.9 


1 


Smith, Jamar 


3D 





421 


14.D 


76 


158 


.481 





1 


.ODD 


24 


44 


.545 


38 


82 


118 


3.9 


48 


D 


9 


30 


17 


13 


176 5.9 


5 


McCall, Calvin 


29 


13 


511 


17.6 


53 


114 


.465 


12 


39 


.308 


22 


3D 


.733 


33 


65 


98 


3.4 


48 





44 


28 


9 


33 


140 4.8 


11 


Gilchrist, John 


31 





419 


13.5 


57 


97 


.588 


6 


11 


.545 


22 


32 


.688 


21 


44 


65 


2.1 


38 


D 


52 


33 


3 


25 


142 4.6 


4 


Garrison, Travis 


30 


8 


382 


12.1 


45 


96 


.469 


3 


9 


.333 


26 


38 


.684 


32 


61 


93 


3.1 


71 


2 


15 


18 


25 


12 


119 4.0 


13 


McCrav, Chris 


24 





223 


9.3 


25 


58 


.431 


10 


26 


.385 


15 


23 


.652 


17 


21 


38 


1,6 


28 


D 


18 


18 


10 


20 


75 3.1 


2 


Collins, Andre 


19 





IDS 


5.7 


IB 


31 


.516 


6 


15 


.400 


3 


6 


.500 


1 


6 


7 


D.4 


7 


D 


17 


6 





11 


41 2.2 


21 


Grinnon, Mike 


11 





41 


3.7 


5 


11 


.455 


2 


5 


.400 


6 


9 


.687 


3 


7 


10 


0.9 


2 





3 


4 


1 


1 


18 1.6 


20 


Henry, Danen 


9 





23 


2.6 


5 


ID 


.500 








.000 


1 


2 


.500 


3 


5 


8 


D.9 


5 


D 


2 


1 


1 


2 


11 1.2 




TEAM 




























51 


54 


105 


3.4 









4 










Total 


31 








901 


1940 


.464 


B04 


5S3 


.390 


466 


654 


.713 


409 


832 


1241 


40.0 


588 


6 


573 


431 


198 


322 2472 79.7 




Opponents 


31 








704 


1864 


.378 


ao8 


646 


.3as 


453 


647 


.700 


430 


726 


1156 


37.3 


591 


. 


399 


546 


135 


217 2069 66.7 



ACC Season Stats 















/... 


TOTAL 


■■/ 


/. 


.3-PTS 


.../ 








/•• 


■■REBOUNDS- 


■■/ 
















II 


Player 


GP 


GS 


MIn 


Avq 


FG 


FGA 


Pet 


3FG 


FGA 


Pet 


FT 


FTA 


Pet 


Off 


Oef 


Tot 


Avg 


PF 


FO 


A 


TO 


BIk 


StI 


Pts Avg 


12 


Nicholas, DnevK 


16 


16 


519 


32.4 


95 


224 


.424 


43 


99 


.434 


58 


70 


.829 


15 


49 


64 


4.0 


27 





43 


35 


6 


18 


291 18.2 


25 


Blake, Steve 


16 


16 


544 


34.0 


55 


141 


.390 


35 


78 


.449 


50 


60 


.833 


14 


48 


62 


3.9 


35 





107 


51 


3 


22 


195 12.2 


33 


Randle, Rvan 


16 


16 


416 


26.0 


79 


169 


.467 


D 


1 


.000 


35 


54 


.648 


46 


68 


114 


7.1 


41 





18 


27 


14 


25 


193 12.1 


45 


Holden, Tah| 


IB 


13 


469 


29.3 


47 


109 


.431 


12 


33 


.364 


59 


79 


.747 


19 


54 


73 


4.6 


51 





23 


23 


37 


16 


165 1D.3 


5 


McCsll. Calvin 


15 


7 


292 


19.5 


35 


73 


.479 


9 


27 


.333 


10 


14 


.714 


19 


40 


59 


3.9 


30 





26 


16 


2 


18 


89 5.9 


1 


Smith. Jamar 


15 





222 


14.8 


34 


81 


.420 








.000 


14 


26 


.538 


20 


39 


59 


3.9 


27 





7 


16 


10 


8 


82 5.5 


22 


Canen-Medlev, Nik 


16 


9 


256 


16.0 


36 


67 


.537 


6 


14 


.429 


8 


15 


.533 


25 


27 


52 


3,3 


41 


1 


19 


16 


8 


23 


86 5.4 


11 


Gilchrist. John 


16 





2D8 


13.D 


30 


49 


.812 


3 


5 


.600 


7 


12 


.583 


14 


28 


40 


2.5 


18 





23 


22 


2 


11 


70 4.4 


4 


Garrison, Travis 


15 


3 


128 


8.5 


16 


25 


.640 


1 


3 


.333 


8 


11 


.727 


8 


18 


26 


1.7 


30 


1 


7 


10 


9 


4 


41 2.7 


2 


Collins, Andre 


6 





31 


5.2 


7 


13 


.538 


1 


5 


.200 





2 


.000 


1 


1 


2 


D.3 








6 


2 





4 


15 2.5 


13 


McCray, Chris 


14 





119 


8.5 


9 


24 


.375 


4 


ID 


.400 


ID 


12 


.833 


8 


14 


22 


1.6 


19 





5 


8 


5 


4 


32 2.3 


21 


Grinnon, Mike 


4 





11 


2.8 


3 


6 


.500 


1 


2 


.500 


1 


2 


.500 


1 


2 


3 


D.8 


2 





1 


1 





1 


8 2.0 


20 


Henry. Darien 


3 





10 


3.3 


1 


4 


.250 








.000 








.000 


1 


5 


6 


2.0 


3 














D 


2 0.7 




TEAM 




























25 


28 


53 


3.3 









3 










Total 


16 








447 


985 


.454 


115 


277 


.415 


260 


357 


.728 


216 


419 


635 


39,7 


324 


2 


285 


230 


96 


154 1269 79,3 




Opponents 


16 








380 


965 


.394 


107 


334 


,320 


241 


342 


,705 


213 


373 


586 


36,6 


317 


. 


196 


265 


81 


115 1108 69,2 



NCAA Tournannent Stats 













/•• 


TOTAL 


••/ 


/ 


■•3.PTS 


•••/ 








/•■ 


■■REBOUNDS- 


■•/ 


















II Player 


GP 


GS 


MIn 


Avq 


FG 


FGA 


Pet 


3FG 


FGA 


Pet 


FT 


FTA 


Pet 


Off 


Def 


Tot 


Avq 


PF 


FO 


A 


TO 


BIk 


StI 


Pts 


Avg 


12 Nicholas, Drew 


3 


3 


108 


36.0 


19 


45 


.422 


8 


20 


.400 


11 


12 


.917 


1 


13 


14 


4.7 


6 





8 


4 


1 


2 


57 


19.0 


33 Randle, Ryan 


3 


3 


70 


23.3 


15 


31 


.484 








.000 


8 


9 


.889 


8 


17 


25 


8.3 


10 








7 








38 


12.7 


25 Blake. Steve 


3 


3 


95 


31.7 


9 


21 


.429 


4 


12 


,333 


6 


8 


1.000 


3 


10 


13 


4.3 


6 





19 


8 





9 


28 


9.3 


01 Smith, Jamar 


3 





43 


14.3 


10 


14 


.714 








.ODD 


1 


2 


.500 


2 


9 


11 


3.7 


7 








1 


1 





21 


7.0 


45 Holden. Tahj 


3 


3 


105 


35.0 


6 


23 


.261 


1 


9 


.111 


7 


10 


.700 


1 


17 


18 


8,0 


9 





7 


9 


6 


2 


20 


6.7 


22 Caner-Medley. Nik 


3 


2 


59 


19.7 


8 


12 


.667 


1 


2 


,500 


1 


2 


.500 


3 


3 


6 


2,0 


4 





2 


2 


3 





18 


6.0 


1 1 Gilchrist, John 


3 





44 


14.7 


5 


6 


.833 








.000 


8 


7 


.857 


1 


2 


3 


1.0 


4 





5 


5 





3 


16 


5.3 


04 Garrison. Travis 


3 





22 


7.3 


2 


6 


,333 








.ODD 


1 


2 


.500 


2 


5 


7 


2.3 


6 











2 





5 


1.7 


05 McCall, Calvin 


3 


1 


38 


12.7 


2 


5 


.400 





2 


.000 








.000 


3 


2 


5 


1.7 


3 





1 








1 


4 


1.3 


02 Collins, Andre 


3 





16 


5.3 


1 


3 


.333 


1 


3 


.333 








.000 





1 


1 


0.3 


1 





2 











3 


1.0 


TEAM 































4 


4 


1.3 




















Total 


3 








77 


166 


.464 


15 


48 


,313 


41 


50 


,820 


24 


83 


107 


35.7 


56 





44 


36 


13 


17 


210 


70,0 


Opponents 


3 








62 


168 


.369 


26 


64 


,406 


47 


62 


.758 


29 


65 


94 


31,3 


55 




38 


33 


4 


17 


197 


65,7 



tZBecscas of EDt=imin^ntL 







A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions ■> _ 

final Four •2001, 2002 
Sweet Sixteen' 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002. 2003 
NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's Basketb^imJ[ m J 




Team Game-by-Game Stats 



TEAMS 


TOM-FGA 


PCT. 


3PM.3PA 


PCT. 


FTM-FTA 


PCT. 


OR-Dfl 


PES 


PF-D 


AST 


TO 


SLK 


STL 


1STH 


8N0H OT FINAl 


Miami (Ohio) 


1B-55 


.231 


6-25 


2Aa 


11-14 


,786 


14-24 


38 


25-1 


8 


22 


1 


a 


21 


28 


49 


at Msryland [13/151 


80-51 


.398 


8-10 


.800 


88-31 


.710 


13-86 


39 


15-0 


15 


16 


6 


18 


38 


38 


64 


T>ie Citadel 


17-52 


.327 


6-22 


.273 


9-12 


,750 


11-23 


34 


21-0 


11 


30 


5 


2 


17 


32 


49 


3t Maryland [11/1 11 


33.64 


.516 


18-19 


.638 


19-30 


.633 


18-86 


39 


18-0 


85 


10 


11 


16 


43 


54 


97 


Duquesne 


15-51 


,294 


4-18 


,222 


5-13 


385 


13-28 


41 


14-0 


8 


35 


6 


5 


19 


20 


39 


at [Maryland 111/111 


34-75 


.453 


7-18 


.389 


14-80 


.700 


17-88 


45 


15-0 


81 


13 


7 


84 


50 


39 


89 


Indiana 110/111 


23-77 


.288 


7-29 


.241 


27-39 


,692 


20-29 


49 


13-0 


19 


4 


10 


11 


27 


41 12 80 


vs. Maryland [9/81 


30-71 


.483 


4-17 


.835 


10-14 


.714 


14-48 


56 


86-8 


15 


16 


18 


8 


31 


37 1 


B 74 


Notre Dame 


28-63 


/\/\/\ 


7-23 


.304 


16-21 


,762 


7-30 


37 


19-0 


20 


10 


4 


B 


35 


44 


78 


vs. Maryland 19/81 


86-70 


.371 


4-17 


,835 


11-15 


.733 


16-31 


47 


16-0 


10 


14 


6 


8 


85 


48 


67 


Geo. Washington 


2B-B3 


.413 


7-17 


.412 


23-29 


,793 


21-21 


42 


21-1 


12 


19 


3 


B 


43 


39 


82 


vs. Maryland [9/81 


33-60 


.550 


18-17 


.706 


15-80 


.750 


11-80 


31 


84-1 


84 


14 


6 


10 


49 


45 


93 


Florida (14/171 


2B-B5 


,400 


6-22 


.273 


11-15 


.733 


16-25 


41 


15-0 


14 


11 


5 


ID 


33 


36 


69 


at Maryland (1B/1B1 


88-61 


.459 


4-14 


.866 


4-11 


.364 


18-86 


38 


16-0 


16 


13 


6 


4 


34 


30 


64 


UMBO 


21-57 


,388 


8-15 


,533 


10-14 


,714 


11-17 


28 


22-0 


16 


23 


2 


6 


2B 


32 


60 


at Maryland [S3Sai 


35-64 


.547 


8-15 


.533 


83-35 


.657 


18-87 


45 


14-0 


88 


18 


8 


15 


45 


56 


101 


Geopqia Teen 


31-73 


,425 


4-18 


.222 


11-17 


.647 


20-28 


48 


25-2 


11 


20 


6 


5 


30 


47 


77 


at Maryland 133/831 


87-65 


.415 


6-13 


.468 


84-35 


.686 


16-86 


48 


194] 


16 


14 


10 


14 


36 


48 


94 


Wagner 


23-71 


.324 


4-22 


,182 


7-13 


.538 


2O20 


40 


13-0 


15 


19 


3 


9 


21 


36 


57 


at Maryland [88/801 


38-68 


.471 


4-13 


,308 


11-15 


.733 


17-33 


50 


13.0 


81 


17 


7 


16 


40 


39 


79 


Hampton 


20-67 


,239 


3-19 


.158 


15-27 


,556 


23-20 


43 


25-0 


11 


25 


2 


9 


31 


27 


58 


at Maryland [81/171 


48-71 


.598 


5.18 


,878 


19-88 


,679 


13-33 


46 


80.0 


89 


13 


9 


15 


54 


54 


109 


Florida State 


22-65 


,338 


6-18 


,333 


12-23 


,522 


11-22 


33 


23-0 


12 


12 


3 


a 


26 


36 


62 


at Maryland [81/171 


31-58 


.534 


7-17 


,418 


80-84 


.833 


9-36 


45 


83-1 


88 


16 


7 


4 


46 


43 


99 


at Wake Forest [ISfiOl 


22-58 


,379 


3-19 


.158 


34-42 


,810 


19-30 


49 


20-1 


10 


21 


6 


7 


32 


48 


81 


Maryland [17/151 


86-68 


.388 


8-81 


.361 


18-18 


.667 


15-81 


36 


86-0 


15 


17 


6 


9 


87 


45 


78 


Duke [1/11 


aB-6B 


.424 


7-22 


,316 


9-20 


,450 


13-19 


32 


25-1 


9 


15 


3 


7 


43 


29 


72 


at Maryland [17/151 


86-56 


.464 


6-15 


.400 


89-31 


.935 


18-31 


43 


16-0 


17 


16 


6 


9 


37 


50 


67 


at North Carolina 


23-6B 


.348 


11-29 


.379 


9-12 


.750 


12-23 


35 


20-1 


13 


14 


5 


6 


31 


35 


66 


Maryland [18/111 


3aS9 


.508 


7.18 


.369 


14-85 


.560 


13-38 


45 


13-0 


15 


15 


9 


9 


33 


48 


81 


at Clemson 


14-44 


,318 


3-11 


.273 


16-22 


.727 


11-18 


29 


15-0 


4 


19 


4 


12 


23 


24 


47 


Maryland [18/111 


19-56 


,339 


5-80 


.850 


9-13 


.698 


19-80 


39 


88-0 


18 


80 


3 


16 


84 


88 


58 


NC State 


20-44 


,455 


9-24 


.375 


11-15 


.733 


4-19 


23 


22-1 


15 


21 


1 


10 


28 


32 


60 


at Maryland [lOSl 


85-50 


.500 


8-11 


.787 


17-85 


,680 


18-81 


33 


17-1 


16 


17 


4 


18 


87 


48 


75 


IxyolaCMd) 


22-63 


.349 


6-13 


.462 


8-10 


.800 


21-22 


43 


14-0 


10 


27 


3 


2 


26 


32 


58 


at Maryland [lOSl 


36-69 


.589 


6-81 


.886 


7-13 


.538 


14-80 


34 


11-0 


86 


10 


9 


13 


50 


35 


85 


at Virginia 


28-57 


.491 


12-22 


.545 


18-25 


.720 


13-27 


40 


20-1 


19 


20 


3 


8 


47 


39 


86 


Maryland IBfll 


86-67 


.419 


7-17 


.418 


15-88 


.668 


16-80 


36 


84-0 


19 


14 


5 


10 


45 


33 


78 


at Georgia Tech 


30-54 


.558 


5-10 


,500 


25-31 


,806 


9-28 


37 


18-0 


IB 


19 


7 


8 


42 


48 


90 


Maryland [S/Bl 


35-83 


.488 


6-81 


.886 


8-11 


.787 


81-17 


38 


84-0 


16 


IS 


3 


9 


34 


50 


84 


at Flonda State 


24-62 


,387 


B-21 


,381 


16-21 


762 


12-25 


37 


16-1 


13 


13 


8 


7 


33 


38 


72 


Maryland (IGflSl 


83-60 


.383 


8-19 


.481 


80-83 


,870 


11-83 


40 


80-0 


17 


11 


4 


B 


38 


36 


74 


Wake Forest [10/1 11 


20-57 


.351 


7-23 


.304 


20-26 


,768 


10-14 


24 


26-1 


14 


11 


5 


7 


31 


3B 


67 


at Maryland [13/131 


88-56 


.500 


7-19 


.389 


87-30 


,900 


15-89 


44 


88-0 


17 


13 


7 


6 


41 


49 


90 


at Duke (BB) 


28-68 


.412 


7-22 


.31 B 


12-18 


,632 


18-25 


43 


21-0 


12 


11 


13 


4 


37 


38 


75 


Maryland [13/131 


83-56 


.397 


6-15 


.400 


19-88 


,918 


18-85 


37 


80-0 


17 


18 


5 


8 


33 


37 


70 


North Carolina 


21-64 


.328 


7-31 


.226 


7-11 


.636 


14-18 


32 


14-0 


14 


20 


6 


9 


32 


24 


56 


at Maryland [13/131 


4a69 


.580 


10-17 


.568 


6.18 


,500 


16-38 


46 


19-0 


89 


15 


7 


14 


45 


51 


96 


Clemson 


20-63 


.317 


2-14 


.143 


10-15 


.687 


14-20 


34 


18-0 


10 


16 


4 


8 


31 


21 


52 


at Maryland [14/141 


34-54 


.630 


18-80 


.600 


11.19 


,579 


5-31 


36 


19-0 


89 


14 


9 


9 


36 


55 


91 


at NC State 


21-53 


.396 


9-27 


.333 


14-18 


,778 


10-21 


31 


15-0 


12 


12 


1 


4 


39 


26 


85 


Maryland (14/141 


85-56 

28-71 


.446 


5-13 


.580 


13-81 


,619 


13-84 


37 


19-0 


13 


10 


3 


9 


34 


34 


68 


at Virginia 


.394 


7-23 


,304 


17-25 


,680 


23-3B 


59 


19-0 


12 


21 


6 


5 


38 


35 


7 80 


Maryland [13/181 


87-70 


.386 


7-88 


.318 


17-86 


,654 


11-85 


36 


19-0 


16 


11 


9 


10 


33 


40 1 


5 78 


North Carolina 


25-47 


.532 


11-23 


.478 


23-36 


,639 


11-29 


40 


17-0 


21 


23 


6 


7 


36 


48 


84 


vs. Maryland [14/151 


86-66 


.484 


6'19 


.316 


10-15 


,667 


18-18 


30 


84-1 


80 


17 


3 


16 


40 


38 


78 


UNC WImington 


20-55 


.364 


13-29 


.448 


20-26 


,769 


10-19 


29 


19-0 


16 


8 


1 


7 


41 


32 


73 


vs. Maryland [17/171 


87-54 


.500 


10-19 


.586 


11-15 


,733 


6-87 


35 


80-0 


17 


13 


3 


3 


46 


89 


75 


Xavier (12/141 


20-57 


.351 


7-1 B 


.389 


17-24 


.708 


8-20 


28 


18-0 


12 


7 





2 


28 


36 


64 


vs. Maryland 117/171 


30-58 


.517 


3-13 


.831 


14-17 


,984 


7-38 


39 


81-0 


19 


B 


6 


8 


45 


38 


77 


Michigan State 


22-56 


.393 


6-17 


,353 


10-12 


,833 


11-26 


37 


20-1 


10 


18 


3 


8 


29 


31 


60 



vs. Maryland 117/171 8 

[AP / USA Today.ESPNl Rankings 



.370 



8.16 



16.18 



15 



18 



84 



34 



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A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four • S001 , 2002 

Sweet Sixteen > 1994, 1995, 1998, 1993, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997. 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



yland Men's Basketball 



S00S-03 Superlatives 



Maryland Game Highs 



POINTS 


108 


vs Hampton (01/08/03) 


FIELD GOALS MADE 


42 


vs Hampton (01/08/03) 


FIELD GOAL AHEMPTS 


83 


at Georgia Tech (02/09/03) 


FIELD GOAL PCt .630 134.54) 


vs Clemson (02/2503) 


3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE 


12 


vs Clemson (02/25/03) 




12 


vs G. Washington (12/08/02) 




12 


vs The Citadel 11 1/27/02) 


3-PT FG ATTEMPTS 


22 


at Virginia 13/3/03) 


3-PT FG PCT. .727(8-11) 


vs NO State 101/3003) 


FREE THROWS MADE 


29 


vs Duke (01/18/03) 


FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 


35 


vs Georgia Tech (12/29/02) 




35 


vs UMBO 112/23/02) 


FREE THROW PCT. .935(29-31) 


vs Duke (01/18/03) 


REBOUNDS 


56 


vs Indiana 112/03/02) 


ASSISTS 


29 


vs Clemson (02/25/03) 




29 


vs Hampton (01/08/03) 


STEALS 


24 


vsDuquesne 11 1/30/02) 


BLOCKED SHOTS 


12 


vs Indiana 112/03/02) 


TURNOVERS 


20 


at Clemson 11/25/03) 


FOULS 


26 


at Wake Forest 101/15/03) 




26 


vs Indiana (12/03/02) 


Maryland Game Lows 

POINTS 52 at Clemson (1/25/03) 


FIELD GOALS MADE 


19 


at Clemson 11/25/03) 


FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 


50 


vs NO State (01/30/03) 


FIELD GOAL PCT. .339(19-56) 


at Clemson 11/25/03) 


3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE 


2 


vs Miami (Ohio) (11/24/02) 




2 


vs Michigan State (03/28/03) 


3-PT FG AHEMPTS 


10 


vs Miami (Ohio) (11/24/02) 


3-PT FG PCT. .125(2-16) 


vs Michigan State (03/28/03) 


FREE THROWS MADE 


4 


vs Florida (12/14/02) 


FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 


11 


vs Florida 112/14/02) 




11 


at Georgia Tech (02/09/03) 


FREE THROW PCT. .364(4-11) 


vs Florida (12/14/02) 


REBOUNDS 


30 


vs North Carolina (03/14/03) 


ASSISTS 


8 


vs Michigan State 103/28/03) 


STEALS 


2 


vs Indiana 112/03/02) 




2 


vs Xavier 13/23/03) 


BLOCKED SHOTS 


3 


on five occasions 


TURNOVERS 


8 


vs Xavier (3/23/03) 


FOULS 


11 


vs Loyola (02/02/03) 



Opponent Game Highs 

POINTS 90 at Georgia Tech (02/09/03) 



FIELD GOALS MADE 31 


vs Georgia Tech (12/29/02) 


FIELD GOAL AHEMPTS 77 


vs Indiana 11 20302) 


FIELD GOAL PCT, .556 (30-54) 


at Georgia Tech 102/09/03) 


3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE 13 


vs UNC-Wilmington 13/21/03) 


3-PT FG AHEMPTS 31 


vs North Carolina (02/22/03) 


3-PT FG PCT. .545(12-22) 


vs Virginia (0206/03) 


FREE THROWS MADE 34 


at Wake Forest (01/15/03) 


FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 42 


at Wake Forest 101/15/03) 


FREE THROW PCT. .833(10-121 


vs Michigan State 103/28/03) 


.810(34-42) 


at Wake Forest 101/15/03) 


REBOUNDS 59 


at Virginia 13/9/03) 


ASSISTS 21 


vs North Carolina (03/14/03) 


STEALS 12 


at Clemson (1/25/03) 


BLOCKED SHOTS 13 


at Duke 12/19/03) 


TURNOVERS 35 


vs Duquesne 11 1/30/02) 


FOULS 26 


vs Wake Forest (02/1 7/03) 


Opponent Game Lows 

POINTS 39 vs Duquesne (1 1/30/02) 


FIELD GOALS MADE 14 


at Clemson 11/25/03) 


FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 44 


at Clemson 11/25031 


44 


vs NO State 101/30/03) 


FIELD GOAL PCT. .291(16-55) 


vs Miami (Ohio) 11 1/2402) 


3 -PT FIELD GOALS MADE 2 


vs Clemson 102/25/03) 


3-PT FG AHEMPTS 10 


at Georgia Tech 102/0903) 


3-PT FG PCT. .14312-14) 


vs Clemson 102/25/03) 


FREE THROWS MADE 5 


vsDuquesne (11/30/02) 


FREE THROW AHEMPTS 10 


vs Loyola (02/02/03) 


FREE THROW PCT. .38515-13) 


vsDuquesne (11/3002) 


REBOUNDS 23 


vs NO State (01/30/03) 


ASSISTS 4 


at Clemson (1/25/03) 


STEALS 2 


vs The Citadel (1 1/27/02) 


BLOCKED SHOTS 


vs Xavier 13/23/03) 


TURNOVERS 4 


vs Indiana (12/03/02) 


FOULS 13 


vs Indiana (12/03/02) 


13 


vs Wagner (0104/03) 



Individual Highs 

POINTS 29 Drew Nicholas vs. Geom Tech 112/29/02) 

FIELD GOALS MADE 1 Drew Nicholas at Virginia (3CT]3) 

10 Ryan Randle vs, Wagner 101/04/03) 

10 Ryan Randle vs. UMBO 112^3^21 

10 Steve Blake vs. G.Washington (12/08/02) 

FIELD GOAL ATT. 20 Drew Nicholas at Virginia (3/9/D3) 

20 Ryan Randle vs. Indiana 112ffl3/02) 

FG PCT. 1 .000 (10-10) Ryan Randle vs. Wagner 101/04/03) 

1 .000 (B-B) Jamar Smith vs, Xavier 13/23/031 

3-PT FG MADE 5 Drew Nicholas vs. UNC-Wilmington 13/21/03) 

5 Drew Nicholas vs. G.Washinqmn (12/08/02) 

5 Steve Blake vs. G.Washinnton 112/08/02) 



5 Drew Nicholas vs. The Ctadel 11 1/27/02) 



3-PT FG ATT. 



10 Steve Blake V5, Indiana (12/03/02) 



3-PT FG PCT. .714 (5-7) Drew Nicholas vs. G Washington (1208/02) 

.714 (5-7) Steve Blake »5, G.Washington (12/0802) 

.714 (5-7) Drew Nicholas vs. The Citadel 11 1/27/02) 

FREE THROWS MADE 12 Steve Blake vs. Wake Forest 102/17/03) 
FREE THROW ATT 1 3 Steve Blake vs , Wake Forest 102/1 7/03) 



FT PCT 



13 Drew Nicholas vs, Georgia Tech 112/29/02) 

1.000 18-8) Ryan Randle vs. Clemson 102/25/03) 



1.000 18-8) Drew Nicholas vs, Ouke 101/1 803) 



110 players tied at 1 .000 with 7-7 or less) 



REBOUNDS 



17 Ryan Randle vs. Ouke 101/18/031 



ASSISTS 



13 Steve Blake vs. Duquesne 11 1/30/02) 



STEALS 



7 Chris McCray vs. Wagner (01/04/03) 



BLOCKED SHOTS 



5 Tahi Holden vs. North Carolina (02/22/03) 
5 Ryan Randle vs. Indiana 112/03/021 



TURNOVERS 



7 Steve Blake vs. North Carolina 103/14/031 



FOULS 



5 Tahi Holden vs. North Carolina 103/1 403) 



5 Nik Caner-Medley vs. NO State 101/30/03) 



5 Travis Garrison vs. Florida State 101/1103) 



5 Ryan Randle vs, G.Washington 112/0802) 



5 Travis Garrison vs. Indiana 112/0302) 



5 Tahi Holden vs. Indiana 112/03/02) 



[Minimum on all pen:enta.qes is 5 in a .game) 



Points-Rebaunds-Assists 

□ate Opponent Smith' Collins Garrison' McCall 


Gilchrist 


Nicholas 


McCray 


Henry 


Grinnon 


Caner.Medley 


Blake 


Randle' 


Holden' 


N12 Miami (Ohio) 


3-2-0 


1-2-1 


8-6-1 


a.5-1 


2-1-0 


IB.3.I 


1-4-0 


DNP 


0-1-0 


1-2-1 


9-3.8 


15.5.1 


5.3.3 


N27 The Citadel 


4-9-1 


9-0-3 


2-3-1 


5.3.1 


10-1-3 


S8.1.4 


5-0-1 


0-0-0 


2-2-1 


12-4-1 


13-3-5 


7.5.3 


0.3.3 


NOD Duguesne 


7-2-0 


0-0-0 


11-7-0 


4.4.0 


9-3-0 


I9.4.S 


9-2-2 


0-0-1 


2-2-0 


8-B-1 


0.3.13 


1 6.3.3 


4.3.3 


03 vs. Indiana 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


B-4-2 


a.7.3 


0-1-3 


1B.4.4 


DNP 


DNP 


DNP 


4-2-0 


33.7.3 


30.16.5 


6.7.0 


07 vs, Notre Dame 


4-3-1 


0-0-0 


4-3-0 


2-3-1 


4-0-0 


11.5.1 


0-0-0 


DNP 


DNP 


8-7-1 


15.3.4 


6.10-1 


13.8.3 


DB vs. George Washington 


0-2-0 


DNP 


10-6-1 


4-5-2 


2-0-4 


37.3.3 


0-0-0 


DNP 


DNP 


5-3-1 


37.3.7 


6-3-3 


13.5.1 


D14 Florida 


2-1-0 


DNP 


1-2-0 


5-1-2 


10-4-4 


13.4.S 


DNP 


DNP 


DNP 


3-5-0 


5.4.6 


18-10-3 


7.3.1 


D23 UMBO 


12-6-2 


3-0-1 


B-B-S 


11-2-0 


2-3-3 


15.0.7 


4-1-0 


3-1-0 


0-1-0 


11.B.1 


11.3.9 


31-9-1 


DNP 


029 Georgia Tech 


6-B-O 


DNP 


E-B-1 


INJ 


2-3-2 


39.7.3 


0-3-1 


DNP 


DNP 


7.4.1 


7.4.8 


30-6-0 


11-4-3 


J4 Wagner 


6-9-0 


0-0-0 


7-9-4 


INJ 


0-1-1 


13.4.4 


B-2-2 


2-0-0 


0-0-1 


9.6.0 


3.4.13 


31-7-1 


11-5-0 


J8 Hampton 


17-6-0 


4-1-3 


4.7.1 


6-1-1 


6-5-1 


17.5.3 


9-3-4 


2-1-1 


6-1-0 


4.1.1 


13.1.8 


16-13-3 


4-0-2 


J11 Florida State 


DNP 


0-1-0 


7.0-1 


10-6-4 


4-2-3 


33-9-4 


6-2-0 


D-3-0 


5-1-0 


6.5.3 


10.3.4 


6-7-0 


12-4-3 


J15 at Wake Forest 


6-3-0 


DNP 


□■1-S 


10-4-1 


B-1-0 


9-4-3 


B-6-1 


DNP 


DNP 


4.1.0 


15.3.7 


8-5-1 


4-3-3 


JIB Duke 


8-6-0 


ONR 


DNP 


a.0.0 


6-1-3 


34-5-1 


6-0-0 


DNP 


DNP 


8-1-1 


8.7.6 


15-17-1 


10.3.3 


J22 at North Carolina 


2-4-1 


DNP 


2-3-0 


7.6-0 


6-3-2 


30-4-3 


0-3-2 


DNP 


DNP 


0-0-0 


17.4.5 


16-10-3 


11.5.4 


J25 at Clemson 


4-2-0 


DNP 


7-2-0 


B.1.S 


2-1-0 


14-5-3 


0-1-0 


DNP 


DNP 


2-6-0 


8.3.3 


3-5-0 


4.11.3 


J30 NC State 


6-10-1 


ONR 


0-D-O 


B.3.1 


2-3-0 


13-3-3 


0-0-0 


DNP 


DNP 


9-3-3 


30.3.7 


6-4-0 


13.4.1 


F2 Loyola 


10-5-2 


6-1-0 


B-3-2 


0.1.S 


1-2-3 


15-3-3 


7-4-4 


2-0-0 


0-0-0 


5-2-1 


8.5.10 


17-3-1 


6.4.1 


FB Virginia 


0-0-2 


DNP 


4-3-0 


0.3.4 


5-3-1 


30-4-6 


2-2-0 


DNP 


DNP 


7-7-1 


13.3.5 


17-6-1 


11.3.3 


F9 at Georgia Tech 


5-2-0 


DNP 


2-3-0 


4.2.1 


4-2-1 


1B-4-1 


3-2-0 


DNP 


DNP 


14-6-3 


10.3.8 


14-6-1 


10.4-1 


F12 at Florida State 


5-2-2 


DNP 


2-1-1 


6-7-3 


2-0-3 


30-3-3 


3-0-1 


DNP 


DNP 


O.4.D 


15.5-4 


10-8-1 


11-9-0 


F17 Wake Forest 


2-2-0 


0-0-0 


2-1-2 


9-7-2 


2-0-0 


19-4.3 


2-2-0 


DNP 


0-0-0 


5.4.1 


31-4-9 


13.13.4 


15-3-1 


F19 at Duke 


4-4-0 


DNP 


0-1-1 


8-2-1 


0-2-1 


B.3.0 


2-1-0 


DNP 


DNP 


5.3.3 


13-7-9 


13-7.0 


18-5-3 


F22 North Carolina 


B-4-1 


8-1-3 


2-4-0 


6-6-2 


11-9-1 


17.1.7 


0-0-0 


2-3-0 


3-1-0 


5.5.3 


18-3-8 


16-7-0 


0-1-5 


F25 Clemson 


13-4-2 


5-0-3 


4-2-1 


9.6.4 


8-2-4 


13.3.5 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


0-1-1 


2-2-1 


14-4-7 


18-6-0 


5-4-4 


M2 at NC State 


7-4-1 


2-0-0 


2-0-0 


4-5-0 


4-3-2 


17.4.1 


DNP 


DNP 


DNP 


4.1.0 


3-4.7 


6.1.0 


30-9-1 


M9 at Virginia 


6-4-1 


0-0-0 


5-3-0 


0-1-1 


4-5-0 


37.4-1 


DNP 


DNP 


DNP 


7.1.0 


6.5.10 


13.5.3 


10-3-1 


Ml 4 vs. North Carolina 


8-3-0 


0-0-1 


2-2-0 


6-2-4 


10-1-2 


18.6.0 


0-0-0 


DNP 


DNP 


9.5.1 


13.3.10 


1.3.1 


6-3-3 


M21 vs. UNO Wilmington 


2-4-0 


3-0-0 


0-2-0 


0-1-0 


6-0-3 


33.4-3 


DNP 


DNP 


DNP 


13.3.0 


B.0.7 


15-15-0 


7-3-3 


M23 vs. Xavier 


12-2-0 


0-0-2 


5-5-2 


0-3-0 


6-1-0 


17-8-5 


DNP 


DNP 


DNP 


6.3.1 


9.7.9 


17.5.0 


5-6-1 


M2B vs. Michigan State 


7-5-1 


0-1-0 


0-0-0 


4.1.1 


4-2-2 


18-3-0 


DNP 


DNP 


DNP 


0-2-1 


11.6.3 


6.4.0 


8-9-3 


Bold indicates game started,' DNP = did not 


plav-cosch's cJecision; INJ = 


injured; * = blocks indicated 


in place of 


assists 















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». A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four- 2001, 20aS 

Sweet Sixteen • 1934, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1394. 1995, 1396, 1337, 1333, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's Basketb&ttll mj 




SaaS-03 Miscellaneous Statistics 



Individual Performances 



POINTS 



Player 


Points 


Opponent 


Drew Nicholas 


29 


Georgia Tech (12-29-D2J 


Drew Nicholas 


28 


The Citadel (11 -27-021 


Steve Blake 


27 


Geo. Washinqton (12-8-02) 


Drew Nicholas 


27 


at Virginia (3-9-03) 


Drew Nicholas 


27 


Geo. Washington (12-8-02) 


Drew Nicholas 


24 


Duke (1 -18-03) 


Drew Nicholas 


23 


Florida State (1-1 1-03) 


Drew Nicholas 


22 


vs. UNC Wilmington (3-21 -03) 


Steve Blake 


22 


vs. Indiana (12-3-02) 


Steve Blake 


21 


Wake Forest (2-17-03) 


Ryan Randle 


21 


Wagner (1-4-03) 


Ryan Randle 


21 


UMBO (12-23-02) 


Tahi Holden 


20 


at NC State (3-2-03) 


Drew Nicholas 


20 


at Florida State (2-12-03) 


Drew Nicholas 


20 


Virginia (2-8-03) 


Steve Blake 


20 


NC State (1-30-03) 


Drew Nicholas 


20 


at North Carolina (1-22-03) 


Ryan Randle 


20 


Georgia Tech (12-29-02) 


Ryan Randle 


20 


vs. Indiana (12-3-02) 




REBOUA/OS 


Player 


Rebounds 


Opponent 


Ryan Randle 


17 


Duke (1-1 8-03) 


Ryan Randle 


IB 


vs. Xavier (3-23-03) 


Ryan Randle 


16 


vs. Indiana (12-3-02) 


Ryan Randle 


13 


Wake Forest (2-1 7-03) 


Ryan Randle 


12 


Hampton (1-8-03) 


Tahi Holden 


11 


at Clemson (1-25-03) 




ASS/STS 


Player 


Assists 


Opponent 


Steve Blake 


13 


Duquesned 1-30-02) 


Steve Blake 


12 


Wagner (1-4-03) 


Steve Blake 


10 


vs. North Carolina (3-14-03) 


Steve Blake 


10 


at Virginia (3-9-03) 


Steve Blake 


10 


Lovola (2-2-03) 




STEALS 


Player 


Steals 


Opponent 


Chris McCray 


7 


Wagner (1-4-03) 


Ryan Randle 


6 


Georgia Tech (12-29-02) 


Tahi Holden 


6 


Duquesned 1-30-02) 




SLOCKED SHOTS 


Player 


Blocics 


Opponent 


Tahi Holden 


5 


North Carolina (2-22-03) 


Ryan Randle 


5 


Indiana (12-3-02) 


Tahi Holden 


4 


Clemson (2-25-03) 


Ryan Randle 


4 


Wake Forest (2-17-03) 


Tahi Holden 


4 


at North Carolina (1-22-03) 


Travis Garrison 


4 


Wagner (1-4-03) 




□OUBLE-OOUSLES 


Player 


Brealtdown 


Opponent 


Ryan Randle 


20Dts/1Brebs 


Indiana (12-3-02) 


Ryan Randle 


ISpts/IOrebs 


Florida (12-14-02) 


Hvan Randle 


1BDts/12rebs 


Hampton (1-8-03) 


Ryan Randle 


15pts/17rebs 


Duke (1-18-03) 


Ryan Randle 


16pts/10rebs 


at North Carolina (1-22-03) 


Ryan Randle 


13pts/13rebs 


Wake Forest (2-1 7-03) 


Steve Blake 


12ptB/10asts 


vs. North Carolina (3-14-03) 


Ryan Randle 


15 pts/1 Grabs 


vs. Xavier (3-23-03) 



Terrapin Tendencies 



Maryland's Record 


Overall 


ACC 


Overall Record 


21-10 


11-5 


Home 


14-2 


7-1 


Road 


4-4 


4-4 


Neutral 


3-4 




Leadinq at the half 


1B-3 


8-0 


Trailing at the half 


3-7 


3-5 


Tied at the half 


0-0 


0-0 


Leadinq with 5:00 to play 


1B-1 


9-0 


Traillnq with 5:00 to plav 


1-9 


1-5 


Tied with 5:00 to play 


2-0 


1-0 


tn sinqle overtime 


0-2 


D-D 


In double overtime 


D-D 


0-D 


Shootinq 50% or better 


13-D 


B-D 


Shootinq below 50% 


B-1D 


5-5 


Shootinq 40% or better 


ia-B 


9-2 


Shootinq below 40% 


3-5 


2-3 


Opponent shootinq 5D% or better 


0-2 


0-1 


Opponent shooting below 50% 


21 -B 


11-4 


Opponent shootinq 40% or better 


4-6 


3-3 


Opponent shootinq below 40% 


17-4 


S-2 


Shoot hiqher FG% than opponent 


19-3 


9-1 


Shoot lower FG% than opponent 


2-7 


2-4 


FG% IS even 


D-D 


D-D 


Shootinq more field qoal attempts 


11-5 


4-3 


Shootinq fewer field qoal attempts 


10-5 


7-2 


Field qoal attempts are even 


0-0 


0-0 


Shootinq more free throws 


17-2 


10-1 


Shooting fewer free throws 


4-B 


1-4 


Free throws are even 


0-0 


0-0 


Outreboundinq opponent 


19-3 


11-0 


Outrebounded bv opppnent 


2-7 


1-4 


Reboundinq is even 


0-0 


D-D 


More turnovers than opponent 


B-5 


5-2 




13-5 


B-3 


Turnovers are even 


D-D 


0-D 


More fouls than opponent 


9-B 


B-3 


Fewer fnuls than opponent 


10-3 


5-1 


Fouls are even 


2-1 


0-1 


Zero rvlaryland players foul out 


18-8 


9-5 


1 1 Maryland players foul out 


3-2 


2-0 


Sconnq more bench points 


18-5 


10-3 


Sconnq fewer bench points 


3-4 


1-2 


Bench sconnq is even 


D-D 


D-D 


Games decided by three or less 


3-2 


2-1 


Games decided by four to eiqht 


2-5 


2-3 


Games decided by nine to 1 1 


1-1 


0-1 


Games decided by 12-19 


5-2 


3-0 


Games decided by 20 or more 


10-0 


4-0 


vs. Top 10 ranked opponent 


2-2 


2-1 


vs. Top 25 ranked opponent 


3-4 


2-2 


vs. Unranked opponent 


1B-B 


9-3 


vs. Team with winnmq record 


15-9 


1D-5 


vs. Team with .500 record 


2-1 


0-1 


vs. Team with lostnq record 


4-0 


0-0 


Player scores 30t points 


0-0 


0-0 


Player scores 20+ ppints 


13-3 


8-2 


Terps scpre 80+ ppints 


20-9 


10-5 


Terps score 70+ points 


18-7 


9-5 


Terps score BD+ points 


13-1 


7-1 


Terps score 90+ points 


7-0 


3-D 


0pp. player scores 30+ points 


0-1 


0-0 


Qpp player scores 2D+ points 


6-S 


3-4 


Opponents score B0+ points 


12-10 


8-5 


Opponents score 70+ points 


5-8 


3-5 


Qgponents score 80+ points 


1-B 


0-4 


Opponents score 90+ points 


0-1 


0-1 



Maryland's Record Overall ACC 


in November 


3-D D-D 


In December 


3-3 1-D 


In January 


7-1 5-1 


In February 


5-3 4-3 


In March 


3-3 1-1 


Maryland Top Scorer (includes tiesl 


Drew Nicholas 


18 9 


Steve Blake 


7 4 


Ryan Randle 


8 1 


Tah| Holden 


2 2 


Jamar Smith 


1 


Maryland Top Rebounder (includes tiesl 


Ryan Randle 


13 7 


Jamar Smth 


5 2 


Travis Garnson 


4 


Tahi Holden 


4 3 


Drew Nicholas 


3 1 


Nik Caner-Medley 


2 2 


Steve Blake 


2 1 


Calvin McCail 1 1 


Chns McCray 1 1 


John Gilchnst 1 1 


Maryland Top Assist Player (Includes tiesl 


Steve Blake 


2S 15 


Drew Nicholas 


4 3 


Calwn McCall 1 1 


Field Goal Pet. .464 


.454 


Home [1 SB) .501(499-9971 


.503 1233-4751 


RoadlBffl) .4DB12DB-5101 


.408(208-5101 


Neutral 17/0) .4481194-4331 


3-Pt. Field Goal Pet. .390 


.415 


HomellBBl .4341111-2561 


.492163-1281 


RoadlBffli .349(52-1491 


.349(52-1491 


Neutral [7/Dl .347141-1181 


Frea Throw Pet. .713 


.799 


HomeflBffll .703(268-3811 


.753(149-1981 


Road (8/81 ..6981111-1591 


.699(111-1591 


Neutral I7€) .763(67-1141 


Points Per Game 79.7 


79.3 


HD-e:'5E. 86.1(1377) 


86.2 (6901 


Road IB/B) 72.4 (5791 


72.4 1579) 


Neutral (7/Dl 73.7(5161 


Maryland's Largest ... 

Lead 


Overaft 52 1106-54 at 2:20 in 2nd half vs. Hampton, 1-8-031 


ACC: 43 (36-53 at 0:31 in 2nd half vs. Ndrth Carolina. 2-22-031 


Deficit 


Overs!/.' 18 (5D-34 at 5:34 in 2nd half vs. Notre Dame, 1 2-7-02) 


ACC; 1 7 (59-42 at 1 0:34 in 2nd half at Wake Forest, 1 -1 5-031 


Margin of Victory 


Drera/fc 50 1106-56 vs. Hampton, 1 -8-03; 89-39 vs. Duquesne. 11-30-02) 


ACC: 40 [96-56 vs. North Carolina, 2-22-031 


Margin of Defeat 


Overall: 1 2 (79-67 vs. Notre Game, 1 2-7-02; 84-72 vs. North Carolina, 

3-14-D31 


ACC: a (81-72 at Wake Forest, 1-15-D31 


Halftime Lead 


Overall; 31 [50-19 vs. Duquesne, 1 1-30-02) 


ACC; 20 [46-26 vs. Florida State, 1-1 1-031 


Halftime Deficit 


Overall: ' : ;5.25 vs. Notre Dame. 12-7-02) 


ACC: a ,42-34 at Georqia Tech, 2-9-031 


Home Crowd 


Overall: 17.950 (sellout; nine times) 


ACC; 1 7,950 (sellout, seven times) 


Road Crowd 


Overall; 21 .750 (at North Carolina, 1 -22-031 


ACC; 21 ,750 (at North Carolina. 1-22-031 


Neutral Crowd 


Overall; 33,009 (vs. Michiqan State, Alamodome. 3-29-031 



Maryland and Opponent Scoring 

183456789 10 11 


Margins 

ia 13 U 15 


IS 


17 


IB 


19 


SO 


SI 


S3 


S3 


S4 


ss 


ss 


S7 


SB 


S9 


30 


31 


3S 


37 


39 


40 


41 


SO 


Maryland 2 111 1 


1 4 














1 


1 






1 








1 






1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


Opponent 2 2 2 11 


2 




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SaaS-03 Season RevievuLJ mT 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four > 2001 . 2002 
Sweet Sixteen • 1994. 1995. 199B. 1999. 2001. 2002. 2003 
NCAA Appearances • 1994. 1995. 199B. 1997. 1998, 1999, 2000. 2001. 2002. 



2003] 





nd Men's Basketibmll 



viey\i 



Final Standings 



Team 


W 


ACC Games 
L Pet 


Hm 


Rd 


W 


All Games 
L Pet 


Hm 


Rd 


Neu 


Wake Forest 


13 


3 


.813 


B-O 


5-3 


25 


B 


.8GB 


1B-0 


7-4 


2-2 


MARYLAND 


11 


5 


,688 


7-1 


4-4 


^^ 


10 


.677 


14-S 


4-4 


3-4 


Duke 


11 


5 


.BBS 


B-0 


3-5 


26 


7 


.787 


15-0 


3-6 


8-1 


NC State 


9 


7 


.5B3 


B-2 


3-5 


IB 


13 


.581 


13-3 


3-7 


2-3 


Georgia Tech 


7 


9 


.438 


B-2 


1-7 


IB 


15 


.516 


13-2 


2-11 


1-2 


Virginia 


6 


10 


.375 


5-3 


1-7 


IB 


1B 


.500 


12-3 


2-11 


2-2 


North Carolina 


6 


10 


.375 


5-3 


1-7 


19 


1B 


.543 


13-5 


2-9 


4-2 


Clemson 


5 


11 


.313 


4-4 


1-7 


15 


13 


.536 


13-4 


1-B 


1-1 


Florida State 


4 


12 


S50 


4-4 


0-8 


14 


15 


.483 


11-5 


1-B 


2-2 



ACC Individual Leaders 



Scaring 

H'P/ayer-Cl. Team 

1. Josh Howard, 5r., WF 



G FG 3FG FT Pts. AvgC 



31 204 53 145 606 19,5 



Drew Nicholas, 5r., MP 31 IBB 73 115 555 17.B 



Edward Scott, Sr.,CU, 



28 165 44 122 496 17,7 



Julius Hodge, So., NCS 31 164 41 179 54B 17.7 
Dahntay Jones, Sr.,DU 33 198 47 140 583 177 



Tim Pickett, Jr., FSU 



29 167 84 77 495 17.' 



RashadMcCants, Fr,UNC35 215 72 92 594 17.0 



B. Chris Bosh, Fr, GT 



31 IBB 22 127 485 15,6 



Jawad Williams, So,, UNO 34 182 45 97 506 14.9 
Travis Watson, Sr.,VA 31 167 7 103 444 14.3 



J,J, Redick, Fr., DU 



33 149 95 102 495 15,0 



B,J, Elder, So,. GT 



30 171 61 47 450 15,0 



Todd Billet, Jr. VA 



32 132 94 74 432 13,5 



Marcus Melvin, Jr, NCS 31 


130 


64 


77 


401 


12.9 


P.3,"-:-::Celton, Fr.UNC 35 


151 


69 


79 


450 


12,9 


Ryan Randle, Sr., MD 31 


1S8 


1 


58 


395 


ia.7 



A.Richardson, So., FSU 29 134 11 B2 361 12,4 



B. Josh Powell, So., NCS 31 144 



3B5 12,4 



Vytas Danelius, So,, WF 31 133 IB 98 3B2 12,3 



Marvin Lewis, Jr, GT 



31 127 63 60 377 12,2 



Daniel Ewina, So., DU 33 126 42 101 395 12,0 



Devin Smith. So,, VA 



32 129 64 50 372 11,1 



Steve Blake, Sr., MD 31 114 54 68 360 11.6 

Chey Chris tie, So,, CU 2B 116 27 63 322 11,5 
Scooter Sherrill,Jr,, NCS 31 104 70 47 325 10,5 



Rebounding 

IhPtayer-CI.-Team 



G Hebs, Avg/G 



1. Travis Watson, Sr, VA 



31 



321 



10,4 



2, Chris Bosh, Fr,GT 



31 



27B 



9,0 



3. Josh Howard, Sr.. WF 



31 



257 



B,3 



4, VytasDanelius, So,, WF 31 



231 



7,5 



5. Ryan Randle, Sr., MD 31 584 



7,a 



B. JamaalLevy, So,, WF 



31 



212 



6,8 



7, Sharrod Ford, So,, CU 28 



191 



6.8 



B, Ed Nelson, So,, GT 



31 



203 



6.5 



9, Julius Hodge, So,, NCS 31 



190 



6.1 



10, Shelden Williams, Fr,DU 33 



195 



5.9 



Field Goal Percentage 

ll-Player-CI.-Team G FS FGA 



1, Chris Bosh, Fr, GT 



31 



168 



300 



2, Travis Watson , Sr, , VA 31 



167 



321 



Pet. 

,560 
,520 



3. Ryan Handia, Sr., MD 



31 



168 



339 



4. RashadMcCants, Fr.UNC35 215 



438 



5, Josh Howard, Sr, WF 



31 



204 



42B 



B, Dahntay Jones, Sr., DU 33 198 



421 



7, B,J, Elder, So,, GT 



30 



171 



371 



B, Jawad Williams, So , UNC 34 



182 



406 



9, Drew Nicholas, S r., MD 31 IBB 414 



1 0.Julius Hodge , So,. NCS 31 164 374 



.496 

.491 
.477 
,470 
,461 
,448 
.440 
,439 



Free Throw Percentage 

n-Player-a.Jeam G FT FTA 


Pet. 


1, J,J, Redick. Fr.. DU 


33 


102 


111 


,919 


2, TimPickett, Jr., FSU 


29 


77 


89 


,BB5 


3, Taron Downey, So,, WF 


31 


B7 


101 


,881 


4. Drew Nicholas, Sr„ MD 


31 


115 


135 


.85B 


5, Josh Howard, Sr, WF 


31 


145 


174 


,B33 


6, Daniel Ewinq, So,. DU 


33 


101 


123 


,B21 


7, Julius Hodqe, So,, NCS 


31 


179 


219 


,B17 


a, A.Richardson, So,, FSU 


29 


82 


104 


,788 


9, VytasDanelius, So,, WF 


31 


98 


125 


,784 


10. Jawad Williams, So,, UNC 


34 


97 


129 


.752 


3-Paint Field Goal Percentage 

H-Player-a-Team G 3FG FGA Pet, 


1, Todd Billet, Jr,VA 


32 


94 


225 


,418 


B. Steve Blake, Sr., MD 


31 


64 


154 


.416 


3, RashadMcCants, Fr„ UNC 35 


72 


174 


,414 


4. Drew Nicholas, Sr.,MD 


31 


73 


178 


.410 


5. ScooterSherr.ll, Jr., NCS 


31 


70 


175 


,400 


6, J.J, Redick, Fr. DU 


33 


95 


238 


,399 


7 B.J, Elder, So., GT 


30 


61 


154 


,396 


8. DevinSmith, So., VA 


32 


64 


166 


,386 


9. Marcus Melvin, Jr., NCS 


31 


64 


170 


,376 


ID, Marvin Lewis, Jr, GT 


31 


63 


172 


,366 


3-Point Field Goals Made 

ll-Player-a.-Team G 3FG Avg/G 


1. ToddBillet, Jr., Va. 


32 


94 


2.94 




2. Tm Pickett, Jr, FSU 


29 


B4 


2.90 




3, J,J, Redick, Fr,DU 


33 


95 


2,88 




4, Drew Nicholas, Sr., MD 


31 


73 


S.35 




5, ScooterShernll, Jr,,NCS 


31 


70 


2,28 




6, Steve Blake, Sr, MD 


31 


64 


2.08 




7, Marcus Melvin, Jr, NCS 


31 


B4 


2,08 




B, RashadMcCants, Fr, UNC 35 


72 


2,08 




9, B,J, Elder, So,, GT 


30 


61 


2,03 




10. Marvin Lewis, Jr., GT 


31 


63 


2,03 




Assists 

»(.P/ayer.CI..Team 


G 


Assists 


Avg/G 




1. Steve Blake, Sr., MD 


31 


BB1 


7,13 




2, Raymond Felton, Fr., UNC 


35 


236 


6.74 




3, Chris Duhon, Jr, DU 


33 


212 


6,42 




4. Jarrett Jack, Fr,, GT 


31 


185 


5,97 




5. Edward Scott. Sr.CU 


28 


161 


5.75 




B. CliffofxlCrawfort, Sr., NCS31 


131 


4.23 




7, Taron Downey, So, , WF 


31 


130 


4.19 




8. Julius Hodge, So,, NCS 


31 


109 


3.52 




9, Todd Billet, Jr., VA 


32 


108 


3.3B 




10. Todd Galloway, Fr. FSU 


29 


97 


3.34 






Steve B/ake 

led the ACC 

in assists and 

assist/ 

turnover ratio 

for the 

second year 

in a row in 

S003. 



Assist/Turnover 

/|.PIayer-C/.-Team G 


Ratio 

Asst 


TO 


Ratio 


1. Steve Blake, Sr,, MD 


31 


BB1 


99 


S.B3 


2, Chris Duhon, Jr, DU 


33 


212 


98 


2,16 


3. Edward Scott, Sr,CU 


28 


161 


79 


2,04 


4. Raymond Felton, Fr, UNC 


35 


236 


130 


1,82 


5. JarrettJack. Fr.GT 


31 


185 


106 


1,75 


B. Taron Downey, So., WF 


31 


130 


BO 


1,62 


7. Clifford Crawford, Sr, NCS31 


131 


86 


1,52 


8, ToddGalloway, Fr., FSU 


29 


97 


70 


1,39 


9. Julius Hodge, So., NCS 


31 


109 


87 


1,25 


10, ToddBillet, Jr., VA 


32 


108 


93 


1.16 


Steals 

ll-Player-a.-Team 


G 


Steals 


Avg/G 




1. Tm Pickett. Jr, FSU 


29 


82 


2,83 




2. Clifford Cravi^ord, Sr., NCS31 


66 


2,13 




3. Josh Howard, Sr,WF 


31 


64 


2,06 




4. Chris Duhon, Jr., DU 


33 


62 


1.BB 




5, JarrettJack, Fr,,GT 


31 


51 


1.65 




6. Steve Blake, Sr., MD 


31 


50 


1.61 




7. Raymond Felton. Fr., UNC 


35 


56 


1.BD 




8. Chey Christie, So,, CU 


28 


43 


1.54 




9. Travis Watson, Sr, VA 


31 


46 


1.4B 




10. Ryan Randle, Sr., MD 


31 


44 


1.48 




Blocked Shots 

ll-Player-a.-Teain 6 


BIk 


Avg/G 




1. Chris Bosh, Fr., GT 


31 


67 


2,16 




S. Tahj Holden, Sr., MD 


30 


59 


1.97 




3. Casey Sanders, Sr.,DU 


33 


54 


1,64 




4. SheldenWilliams, Fr.DU 


33 


52 


1.5B 




5. Josh Howard. Sr,WF 


31 


48 


1.55 




B. Josh Powell, So,, NCS 


31 


41 


1.32 




7. Travis Watson, Sr. VA 


31 


40 


1.29 




8. Trevor Harvey, Sr,, FSU 


29 


34 


1.17 




9. Ryan Randle, Sr., MD 


31 


36 


1.16 




10. A. Richardson, So,, FSU 


29 


33 


1.14 





HJecr^cf^ i=Bf EDonnii^snizidi 




iLm^^^A, DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 
Final Four • 2001 , 2002 
Sweet Sixteen • 1994. 1995. 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances • 1934, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 



2003 



Maryland Men's Ba 



aa3.a^ 




ACC Team Statistics 



Scoring Offense 

1 Team 6 W-L 


Pts 


Avg/G 


1, 


Duke 


33 


26-7 


2677 


81.1 


S. 


Maryland 


31 


ai-io 


8472 


79.7 


3, 


Wake Forest 


31 


25-8 


2412 


77.8 


4, 


Georgia Tech 


31 


18-15 


2297 


74.1 


5, 


Virginia 


32 


16-1B 


2366 


73.9 


6, 


NC Btate 


31 


18-13 


2246 


72.5 


7, 


North Carolina 


35 


19-16 


2524 


72,1 


8. 


Clemson 


28 


15-13 


1918 


B8.4 


9, 


Florida State 


29 


14-15 


1974 


88. 1 


Scoring Defense 

1 Team G Pts Avg/G 


1. 


Florida State 


29 


1930 


66.6 




S. 


Maryland 


31 


3069 


6B.7 




3. 


Wake Forest 


31 


2102 


67.B 




4. 


Clemson 


28 


1907 


68.1 




5, 


NC State 


31 


2116 


68.3 




6. 


Duke 


33 


2298 


69.B 




7. 


Georgia Tech 


31 


21 85 


B9.8 




8, 


North Carolina 


35 


2492 


71.2 




9, 


Virginia 


32 


2387 


74.8 




Scoring Margin 

1 Team G OFF 


DEF Margin 


1. 


Maryland 


31 


79.7 


66.7 


«13.0 


2. 


Duke 


33 


81.1 


69.8 


til. 5 


3. 


Wake Forest 


31 


77.8 


67.8 


tlO.O 


4. 


Georgia Tech 


31 


74.1 


69.8 


+4.3 


5. 


NC State 


31 


72.5 


68.3 


+4.2 


B, 


Florida State 


29 


88.1 


68.8 


+1.5 


7. 


North Carolina 


35 


72.1 


71.2 


+0.9 


8. 


Clemson 


28 


68.4 


88.1 


+0.3 


9, 


Virginia 


32 


73.9 


74.6 


-0.7 


Field Goal Percentage 

1 Team G FG FGA Pet. 


1. 


Maryland 


31 


901 


1940 


.464 


2. 


NC State 


31 


755 


1656 


.458 


3. 


Duke 


33 


897 


1981 


.453 


4. 


Wake Forest 


31 


805 


1778 


.453 


5. 


Virginia 


32 


846 


1874 


.451 


6. 


Georgia Tech 


31 


836 


1857 


.450 


7. 


Clemson 


28 


685 


1551 


.442 


8, 


North Carolina 


35 


900 


2062 


.436 


9. 


Florida State 


29 


718 


1862 


.432 


Field Goal Pet. Defense 

1 Team G FG FGA Pet. 


1. 


Maryland 


31 


704 


1S64 


.376 


2. 


Florida State 


29 


650 


1682 


.391 


3, 


Wake Forest 


31 


734 


1849 


.397 


4. 


Georgia Tech 


31 


777 


1830 


.425 


5. 


Duke 


33 


820 


1893 


.433 


B. 


Clemson 


28 


868 


1542 


.433 


7, 


Virginia 


32 


848 


1950 


.435 


8. 


North Carolina 


35 


920 


2103 


.437 


9. 


NC State 


31 


730 


1858 


.440 


3-Point Field Goal Pet. 

1 Team G FG FGA Pet. 


1. 


Maryland 


31 


204 


5S3 


.390 


a. 


Virginia 


32 


239 


843 


.372 


3. 


Duke 


33 


244 


872 


.363 


4, 


NC State 


31 


248 


696 


.356 


5. 


North Carolina 


35 


290 


822 


.353 


B. 


Georgia Tech 


31 


178 


505 


.352 


7, 


Clemson 


28 


135 


389 


.347 


8. 


Wake Forest 


31 


191 


560 


.341 


9. 


Florida State 


29 


188 


559 


.333 



3-Point Field Goal 
Percentage Defense 



1 


Team 


G 


FG 


FGA 


Pet. 


1. 


Maryland 


31 


SOB 


646 


.3SS 


2. 


Virginia 


32 


205 


629 


.326 


3. 


Wake Forest 


31 


226 


675 


.335 


4. 


Duke 


33 


160 


474 


.338 


5. 


NC State 


31 


179 


530 


.338 


6. 


Florida State 


29 


209 


618 


.338 


7. 


Qemson 


28 


210 


610 


.344 


a. 


North Carolina 


35 


225 


651 


.348 


9. 


Georgia Tech 


31 


204 


587 


.360 


Free Throw/ Percentage 

1 Team 6 FTM FTA Pet. 


1. 


NC State 


31 


488 


834 


.770 


2 


Wake Forest 


31 


811 


813 


.752 


3. 


Maryland 


31 


466 


654 


.713 


4. 


Duke 


33 


839 


897 


.712 


5. 


Georgia Tech 


31 


447 


656 


.681 


8. 


Florida State 


29 


352 


524 


.672 


7. 


North Carolina 


35 


434 


655 


.863 


8. 


Virginia 


32 


435 


681 


.858 


9. 


Clemson 


28 


411 


826 


.857 


Blocked Shots 

1 Team 6 Blocks 


Ayqffi 




1. 


Maryland 


31 


196 


6,39 




2. 


Duke 


33 


178 


5.39 




3. 


Georgia Tech 


31 


164 


5.29 




4. 


North Carolina 


35 


163 


4.66 




5. 


Wake Forest 


31 


143 


4.61 




8. 


Florida State 


29 


130 


4.48 




7. 


Virginia 


32 


139 


4.34 




8. 


NC State 


31 


100 


3.23 




9. 


Clemson 


28 


74 


2.64 




Assists 

1 Team 


G Assists 


Avg/G 




1. 


Maryland 


31 


573 


18.46 




2. 


North Carolina 


35 


555 


15.88 




3. 


Georgia Tech 


31 


484 


15.61 




4. 


NC State 


31 


458 


14.71 




5. 


Virginia 


32 


461 


14.41 




6. 


Wake Forest 


31 


441 


14.23 




7. 


Florida State 


29 


404 


13.93 




8. 


Duke 


33 


444 


13.45 




9. 


Clemson 


SB 


351 


12.54 




A 

1 


ssist/Turni 

Team G Asst 
Maryland 31 573 


Dver Ratio 

Avg Turn Aug Batio 


1, 


18.5 43113.S 


1.33 


2. 


N. Carolina 35 


555 


15,9 52214.9 


1,06 


3. 


NC State 31 


45B 


14.7 44014.2 


1.04 


4. 


Ga. Tech 31 


4B4 


15.B 489 15.1 


1.03 


5. 


Duke 33 


444 


13.5 462 14.0 0.96 


6. 


Fla. State 29 


404 


13.9 43214.9 


0.94 


7. 


Clemson 2B 


351 


12.5 37713.5 


0.93 


a. 


W. Forest 31 


441 


14.2 47515.3 


0.93 


9. 


Virginia 32 


461 


14,4 52B1B.5 


D.B7 


Steals 

1 Team 


G 


Steals 


Avg/G 




1. 


Maryland 


31 


39S 


10.39 




2. 


Florida State 


29 


273 


9.41 




3. 


Duke 


33 


28B 


8.87 




4. 


North Carolina 


35 


293 


8.37 




5. 


Georgia Tech 


31 


243 


7.84 




6. 


NC State 


31 


238 


7.88 




7. 


Clemson 


28 


199 


7.11 




8. 


Wake Forest 


31 


201 


8.48 




9. 


Virginia 


32 


185 


5.78 





ACC Honors 



Terp Honorees 




AII-ACC Freshman 
Team 

Chris Bosh, Georgia Tech 



92 



Raymond Felton, North Carolina 



9S 



J.J. Redick, Duke 



91 



Rashad McCants, North Carolina 



SB 



Justin Gray, Wake Forest 



33 



Freshman Team 
Honorable Mention 

Jarreg Jack, Georgia Tech 32 



Shelden Williams. Duke 



17 



S003 AII-ACC 
Defensive Team 

Josh Howard, Wake Forest 71 



Ryan fland/e Tah/ Holden 

ACC Player 
of the Year 

Josh Howard, Sr., Wake Forest 92 



AII-ACC First Team 

IFirst-taam votesi 'Unanimous! 

Josh Howard, Sr , Wake Forest (92) '278 



Tim Pickett, Florida State 


61 


Chris Bosh, Georgia Tech 


49 


Clifford Crawford, NC State 


49 


Dahntay Jones, Duke 


43 



Defensive Team 
Honorable Mention 



J ulius H odge, So,, NC State_ 
Steve Blake, Sr., M a ryland 



(80) 2B3 



(751 S57 



Dahntay Jones, Sr. Duke 



(721 253 



Edward Scott, Clemson 



(631 245 



AII-ACC Second Team 

Drew Nicholas, Sr., Maryland (381 SIS 



Steve Blake, Maryland 


40 


Chris Duhon, Duke 


29 


Travis Watson, Virginia 


17 


Jackie Manuel, North Carolina 


17 


Tahj Holden, Maryland 


14 


Julius Hodqe. NC State 


12 


Ryan Handle, Maryland 


ID 



Chris Bosh. Fr, Georgia Tech 
Travis Watson, Sr., Virginia 



(221 185 
(161 149 



ACC Players of the 
Week 

D2 R ashad McCants, North Carolina 

D9 Josh Howard, Wake Forest 



Tim Pickett, Jr., Florida State HI 132 D16 Julius Hodge. NC State 



Vytas Danelius, So., Wake Forest (11 128 J6 Travis Watson, Virginia 



AII-ACC Third Team 

J.J. Redick. Fr, Duke 



J1 3 Todd Billet, UVa; Dahntay Jones. Duke 
J20 Josh Howard, Wake Forest 



gg J27 Julius Hodge, NC State 



Ryan H andle, Sr., M aryland 

Chris Duhon, Jr,, Duke 



(1) 95 



F3 Josh Howard, Wake Forest 



(31 



g^' F10 Travis Watson, Virginia 



Raymond Felton, Fr , North Carolina 
B.J. Elder, So., Georgia Tech 



81 
77 



AII-ACC Honorable 
Mention 

Rashad McCants, North Carolina 60 



F17 Steve Blake, Md.: Edward Scott, Clem. 

Fg4 Edward Scott, Clemson 

M3 T m Rcke tt, Flonda State 

M10 Josh Howard, Wake Forest 



Ml 8 Daniel Ewing. Duke 



Jawad Williams, North Carolina 



48 



Marcus Melvin, NC State 



38 



Todd Billett, Virginia 



19 



SODS ACC Coach 
of the Year 

Skip Rrosser, Wake Forest 92 



ACC Freshman 
of the Year 

Chris Bosh, Georgia Tech 



ACC Rookies of the 
Week 

02 Chris Bosh, Georgia Tech 

D9 Chris Bosh, Georgia Tech 

D1 8 Todd Galloway. Florida State 



JB J.J. Redick, Duke 



J13 Chris Bosh, Georgia Tech 

J20 Rashad McCants, North Carxilina 

J27 Raymond Felton, North Carolina 

F3 Chris Bosh. Georgia Tech 

F1 Jarrett Jack, Georgia Tech 

F1 7 Raymond Felton, North Carolina 



88 F24 Justin Gray. Wake Forest 



J.J. Redick, Duke 



12 M3 Raymond Felton. North Carolina 



Raymond Felton, North Carolina 



8 M10 Rashad McCants, North Carolina 



Rashad McCants, North Carolina 



Justin Gray, Wake Forest 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 
Final Four '2001, 2002 
Sweet Sixteen < 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances' 1994, 1995, 199B, 1997, 199B. 1999. 2000, 2001, 2002, 



S003-0 



Comcast Center's Inaugural Game: Nov. 



Men's Basketball 





Game 1 

[la/isi Maryland B4, Miami CO.} 49 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Playing Che role of defending NCAA 
champions for the first time, Maryland delighted the largest home 
crowd in school history with a performance reminiscent of its ban- 
ner season of a year ago. 

Drew Nicholas scored 1 6 points as 1 2th-ranked Mainland cnjised 
to Its 85th consecutive non-conference home victory. 84-49 over 
Miami of Ohio. 

The night began with the unfurling of the championship banner 
from the rafters of the new $1 25 Comcast Center. The scene obvi- 
ously had an impact on Maryland coach Gary Williams, who was swept 
away by the moment. 

"You never know if you're going to see that during your coaching 
career," he said. "I was kind of caught up in it." 

So much that he followed the ceremony with his customary pre- 
game speech to his team. 

"Then I remembered they hadn't introduced the players yet. So 
after they introduced the players, I had to give the same speech 
again - and they still didn't hear me," Williams said. 

Playing in front of an emotionally charged sellout crowd of 1 7,950, 
the Terrapins 11-0) turned in a performance befitting their stature 
as defending national champions. 

Maryland limited the RedHawks 10-2) to 27-percent shooting in 
taking an 1 1 -point halftime lead, then used a 9-0 run early in the 
second half to pull away. 

The Terrapins' 85-game non-conference run, which started in 
1 989 at Cole Field House, is the longest in the nation. Maryland also 
has won 1 9 straight overall at home since Feb. 14, 2001 . 

It wasn't a brilliant performance, but it was plenty good enough. 

Oanny Horace had 1 7 points and 1 2 rebounds for Miami, which 
had the misfortune of drawing the defending champions in the open- 
ing of their new arena, 

Ryan Randle scored a career-high 1 5 points for the Terrapns, 
who lost four starters from the team that beat Indiana in 2002 to 
claim the school's first NCAA title. But Maryland, which started five 
seniors against Miami, seems td have enough talent and depth to 
make a serious run at a third straight Final Four appearance. 

It was 23-19 before Terrapin freshman Nik Caner-Medley made 
a free throw and Blake followed with six straight points, including a 
3-pointer. to put Maryland up 32-21 at the half. 

Horace opened the second half with a layup, but Maryland's Calvin 
McCall responded with a jumper, freshman Travis Garrison made a 
three-point play and Randle made successive baskets m the lane for 
a 41 -23 lead. 




The final score from the first game. 



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5 


1 








1 


2 


Team 










3-0 3 






1 








TDtelS 


SOD 1E-S5 


6.95 11-14 14-24 38 95 


8 22 


1 


8 


49 




Maryland 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-0 Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


s 


Pts 


McCall 


f 17 


1-4 


0-0 


0-0 


3-2 5 


1 


1 








2 


2 


Randle 


f 22 


B-9 


0-0 


3-4 


2-3 5 


4 





1 


1 


1 


15 


Holden 


c 21 


1-5 


0-0 


4-B 


2-0 2 


2 


2 


2 


2 





B 


Nicholas 


q 27 


5-10 


0-2 


67 


0-3 3 


D 


1 


3 
4 






4 

1 


IB 


Blake 


q 33 


2-a 


27 


3-4 


0-2 2 


2 


8 


9 


Smith 


13 


1-2 


0-0 


1-1 


0-9 9 

















3 


Collins 


a 


0-1 


0-0 


1-2 


0-2 2 





1 


1 





1 


1 


Gamson 


22 


3-5 


0-0 


2-3 


2-4 B 


2 


1 


1 


1 





8 


Gilchnst 


11 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 1 


1 














2 


McCray 


7 


0-2 


0-1 


1-2 


1-3 4 


1 





2 








1 


Gnnnon 


4 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1-0 1 








1 











Caner-Medley 


15 


0-4 


0-0 


1-2 


0-9 9 


2 


1 


1 


2 


3 


1 


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2-2 4 














Totals 


SDQ 20-51 


9-10 SS-31 


13-26 39 15 


15 


16 


6 12 


64 




Miami ID 10-21 




91 


28 




49 














Maryland 11-01 




32 


32 




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FG% ■ Miami ,5B7, Maryland .399 3FG% ■ Miami ,940, Maryland ,900. FT* ■ Miami 
,320, Maryland 710. Technical Fouls ■ Miami IMason, Horacel Officials ■ Reginald 
Cofer, Raymond Naoli. Douqias Sirmon. A ■ 1 7.950, 





Coach Gary Williams awards Governor Parris Glendening the game ball to open the inaugural season at Comcast, The opening tip from the first game at Comcast Center. 



fU^gj^cfe i=ff t:^t=Mmin^ntzl 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 
Final Four • 2001 , 2002 .«,r C 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances' 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000. 9001. 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's D i >i i ilijifr [tit J 




Game S 

[11/111 Maryland 37, The Citadel 49 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - A quick start by Maryland put a rapid 
end to any hopes The Citadel had of hanging with the defending 
NCAA champions. 

Drew Nicholas scored 1 7 of his career-high 2B points in the first 
half as No. 1 1 Maryland built a 96-point lead and cruised to a 97-49 
victory, 

Nicholas had 1 points m the opening nine minutes to help the 
Terrapins go up 24-5. That convinced the Bulldogs that this wasn't 
going to be their night. 

After missing nine of their first 11 shots, the Bulldogs (1-2) 
never recovered. 

Nicholas' 1 7 points and six baslsets at halftime matched the Bull- 
dogs' totals. The senior guard finished with a career-best five 3- 
pointers in eclipsing his previous career high of 27 points 

9teve Blake had 13 points, five assists and five steals for the 
Terrapins, who forced 30 turnovers. 

It was the BBth consecutive non-conference home victory for 
the Terrapins (2-01, who never trailed In extending their overall home 
winning streak to 20 - four short of the school record. 

Maryland has allowed only 98 points in its first two games, its 
best start defensively since yielding a combined 91 to Penn State 
and North Carolina State in 1 9BB. 

The Bulldogs have lost 32 straight to ACC opponents since beating 
Clemsonin 1979. 

Williams used 1 1 players in the first half, and virtually every com- 
bination worked. The Terps got points from seven different players 
and limited the Bulldogs to B-for-24 shooting in building a 43-17 
lead. 

After Blake opened the scoring with a 3-pointer to put Maryland 
in front to stay, the Bulldogs committed seven turnovers and fell 
behind by 1 9 points with nine minutes elapsed. 

Williams then went with four freshmen and junior college transfer 
Jamar Smith. The Terrapins made only one basket in two minutes 
with that lineup but managed to keep the margin at 19 points. 

Hammack, meanwhile, accounted for nine of the Bulldogs' first 
1 1 points - on three 3-pointers. 

It was 34-1 5 before Nicholas hit a 3-pointer Calvin McCall made 
a layup and a Nicholas scored inside off a pass from Ryan Randle to 
put Maryland up by 26. 

The 26-point halftime lead was the Terrapins' largest since they 
led Pittsburgh 46-1 7 in the championship of the 1 998 Puerto Rico 
Shootout. 

MARYLAND 97, THE CITADEL <3 



Comcast Center - 


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The Citadel 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


R 


O'D neb F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


Krywonis f 


23 


1-2 


0-0 


5-6 


3-5 8 3 





6 





D 7 


Joseph f 


25 


2-5 


01 


0-0 


2-5 7 4 


1 


1 





4 


Mombollet c 


26 


a-9 


0-1 


0-0 


0-4 4 3 





3 


2 


1 4 


Milfort q 


2B 


3-10 


0-4 


0-0 


0-0 2 


5 


4 





1 6 


Hammack fl 


31 


B-12 


5-B 


2-4 


1-2 3 1 


1 


5 





19 


Terry 


5 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 1 


1 


2 








WIson 


14 


04 


03 


0-0 


1-1 2 2 


3 


2 








Davis 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


01 1 1 





1 








Womlev 


17 


1-5 


1-4 


0-0 


0-2 2 3 





4 





3 


Tobias 


3 


0-1 


01 


0-0 


0-0 














Jones 


26 


2-2 


0-0 


2-2 


1-2 3 1 





2 


3 


B 


Team 










3-1 4 










Totals 


aOO 17.5S 


6-S9 


9.19 


11.33 34 91 


11 


30 


5 


9 49 




Maryland 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-0 Reb F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


McC^II f 


16 


2-4 


1-2 


0-0 


2-1 3 


1 


1 





5 


Randle f 


22 


3-8 


0-0 


1-2 


3-3 6 3 


1 





a 


1 7 


Holden c 


22 


0-4 


0-2 


02 


1-1 2 2 


4 





2 


1 


Nicholas g 


26 


9-14 


5-7 


5-5 


01 1 


4 


1 


1 


1 28 


Blake g 


25 


5-8 


3-5 


0-0 


0-3 3 1 


5 


5 





5 13 


Smt\ 


18 


2-B 


0-0 


0-0 


2-7 9 1 





2 


1 


1 4 


Collins 


8 


3-3 


1-1 


Si 


0-0 1 


3 


1 





3 9 


Garrison 


IB 


1-3 


0-0 


0-0 


03 3 3 


1 





1 


1 2 


Gilchrist 


13 


2-2 


1-1 


5-B 


01 1 


3 








1 10 


McCnay 


12 


2-3 


1-1 


0-2 


0-0 


1 





1 


2 5 


Henry 


1 


0-0 


0-0 


OO 


0-0 








1 





Gnnnon 


4 


0-0 


0-0 


2-2 


0-2 2 


1 








a 


Cane^Medley 


17 


4-7 


oo 


4-7 


1-3 4 1 


1 





2 


12 


Team 










3-1 4 










'TMals 


900 33-64 19-1919-30 IS-SS 39 1S 85 


10 


11 


16 97 




T>ie Citadel 11-21 




17 


32 




49 










Mar/iand G-OI 




43 


54 




97 










FG% ■ The ncalRl .327, Maryland .516. SFGHb - The Ctodel .273, Maryland .632. 
FT* ■ The Ctadel .750, Maryland .633. TWinlcal Fouls ■ nnne. Officials ■ Bnan Kersey, 
ObfidisPoole, Sean Hull. A -17,503. 



Game 3 

[11/111 Maryland 89, Ouquesne 39 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Playing with four new starters and a 
bench filled with freshmen, Maryland opened the season striving to 
improve with every game. 

After beating Miami of Ohio by 1 5 points and The Citadel by 48, 
the defending national champions improved to 3-0 by cruising to an 
89-39 rout of Ouquesne. 

Orew Nicholas scored 1 9 points and Ryan Randle added a ca- 
reer-high 1 6 as Maryland extended its non-conference home winning 
streak to 87 games by blowing out Ouquesne. 

No Ouquesne player scored more than seven points. The Dukes 
(1-3) finished with 35 turnovers, including nine by reserve guard 
Bryant McAllister 

The Terrapins, who allowed 49 points in each of their first two 
games, last held three straight opponents under 50 points in Febru- 
ary 1954. 

Nicholas scored all his points before halftime, helping Maryland 
build a 50-19 lead. Several nf his baskets came aff passes from 
Steve Blake, who had 1 of his 1 3 assists in the first half. 

The Terrapins' non-conferance winning straak at home, which 
began in 1 989 and includes two victories over Ouquesne, is the 
longest such run in the nation. 

Maryland made seven of its first nine shots, getting seven points 
from Nicholas and six from Randle in racing to a 1 9-3 lead. The 
Cukes went 1 -for-4 from the field, missed two of three free throws 
and committed six turnovers during that span. 

By the midpoint of the first half, seven players had scored for the 
Terrapins, who got six points from freshman Chris McCray in a 10- 
runthat made It 30-9. 

A dunk by Randle sparked a spurt of eight straight points that 
put Maryland up 40-14 

MARYLAND 69, DUQUESNE 39 



Comcast CentG 


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Min 


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Ouquesne 


3FB 


FT 


0.0 Reb F 


A 


T 


B 


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Pts 


Palmer 


f 


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1-7 


D-1 


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1-a 3 a 


1 


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4 


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Nioya 


f 


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37 


1-2 


0-2 


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5 








7 


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Forney 


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Tncco 


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Samabaly 




7 


0-2 


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0-0 


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Midgley 




20 


0-4 


0-1 


1-2 


2-4 6 


1 


4 





2 


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McAllister 




27 


2-5 


0-2 


0-2 


1-1 2 2 


1 


9 


1 





4 


Bluemlinq 




IB 


2-6 


1-5 


a-3 


03 3 





1 





1 


7 


Clar* 




19 


1-3 


0-0 


0-0 


2-1 3 2 





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Team 












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TbtalB 




900 15.51 


4-18 5.13 


13.96 41 14 


6 35 


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39 




Maryland 




Min 


FG 


3F6 


FT 


0.0 Reb F 


A 


T 


B 


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McCall 


f 


14 


2-3 


0-1 


0-0 


2-a 4 a 





1 





1 


4 


Randle 


f 


21 


8-18 


0-0 


0-2 


1-2 3 3 





a 


2 


1 


1B 


Holden 


c 


24 


2-5 


0-1 


0-0 


1-1 2 3 


2 


1 


3 


6 


4 


Nicholas 


q 


23 


7-10 


3-B 


a-a 


1-3 4 


a 


1 


1 


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19 


Blake 


g 


25 


0-4 


0-3 


0-0 


0-2 2 


13 


4 





2 





Smilti 




18 


2-9 


0-0 


3-4 


02 2 1 





1 





1 


7 


Collre 




B 


01 


0-0 


M 


0-0 1 











2 





Gamson 




16 


4-11 


1-2 


2-2 


3-4 7 3 











3 


11 


Gilchnst 




15 


4-B 


1-1 


0-0 


1-2 3 











4 


9 


McCray 




11 


3-5 


2-3 


1-1 


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Henry 




2 


0-0 


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0-0 


1 








1 





Gnnnon 




B 


01 


0-0 


2-Z 


0-a a 





1 








a 


Caner-Medley 




17 


2-3 


01 


4-7 


a-6 8 


1 


1 








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Team 












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Ittals 




900 34.75 


7.1B 14.90 17.96 45 15 91 


13 


7 94 


69 




Ouquesne 11-3) 






19 


20 




39 












Mar,<and (3-01 






50 


39 




89 












FG% ■ Ouquesne .294. Mar^and 453 3FG% - Ouquesne .222. Maryland 389 FT* 
- Ouquesne 385, Mar^and .700. TWinical Fouls ■ none Officials ■ Duke Edsall. Larry 
Rose. Alan Spainhour. A -17,629. 



Game 4 • ACC/Big Ten Challenge 

(10/111 Indiana SO, is/si Maryland 74 COT] 

INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana needed a third chance to finally beat 
Maryland. 

Eight months after losing to the Terrapins in the national champi- 
onship game and minutes after having a potential game-winning 
midcourt heave by Steve Blake waved off, the 1 Dth-ranked Hoosiers 
beat No. 9 Maryland 80-74 in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge. 

For much of the game, it looked like a replay of April's champion- 
ship. Indiana relied on its nutside shooting and struggled. Maryland 
(3-1) again went with its inside ppwer 

But this time Hposiers guard Tom Coverdale was healthy. 
Coverdale, who scored just eight points after being hobbled by a 
badly sprained left ankle in April, matched his career-high with 3D 



points in leading the Hoosiers back from a 1 4-point first-half deficit. 

Blake had 22 points for Maryland and Ryan Randle had 2D. Blake's 
most important shot, however didn't count. 

With 7.1 seconds to go, Indiana freshman Sean Kline made one 
of two free throws to tie the score at 68 Indiana got the rebound 
and took two shots, but when Coverdale's errant 3-pointer bounced 
to midcourt, Blake picked it up, heaved it and made the basket as 
the buzzer sounded. 

The three officials immediately went to the scorer's table, viewed 
a replay, huddled near midcourt with both coaches and then waved 
the basket off. 

Indiana took advantage of its last chance to avenge April's loss. 

After trailing 72-69 with 3:36 to go. Jeff Nev/ton's putback viith 
2:31 to go gave Indiana a 73-72 lead. Kline followed with a layup and 
Marshall Strickland hit a 3-pointer to make it 78-74. Kline hit two 
free throws with 7.4 seconds left to seal the win. 

INDIANA 80, MABYUND 74 lOTl 



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FT 


D-D Reb F 


A 


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McCall 


f 


26 1-4 


0-1 


0-0 


1-6 7 2 


3 


6 3 


1 2 


Handle 


f 


39 9-20 


1-3 


1-2 


3-13 IB 4 


1 


2 5 


1 ao 


Holden 


c 


16 3-6 


0-0 


0-0 


a-5 7 5 





a 


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Nicholas 


q 


42 3-11 


0-3 


B-7 


1-3 4 4 


4 





12 


asks 


g 


38 B-18 


3-10 


3-4 


a7 7 a 


3 


4 


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Sm«ti 




6 0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 a 





a 





Collins 




2 0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 











Gamson 




26 4-8 


0-0 


0-0 


2-S 4 5 


1 


2 


8 


Gitehrist 




16 0-2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 1 1 


3 








Cane^MedlBy 




14 2-2 


0-0 


01 


0-a a 1 





2 


4 


Team 










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Totals 




995 30-71 


4-17 10.14 14.49 56 96 


15 


16 19 


i 74 




Indiana 




Min FG 


3FB 


FT 


0.D Reb F 


A 


T B 


S Pts 


Newton 


f 


40 4-1B 


0-2 


5-7 


4-10 14 3 


1 


1 1 


1 13 


Leach 


c 


21 1-4 


0-0 


0-0 


1-a 3 1 





1 B 


3 2 


Coverdale 


g 


43 8-16 


5-10 


9-10 


1-5 6 a 


5 


1 


4 30 


Wright 


q 


44 7-25 


2-11 


3-3 


4-3 7 1 


B 


2 


1 19 


Homsby 


g 


20 06 


0-5 


2-3 


1-1 a a 


1 





1 2 


Mo\e 




7 01 


0-0 


OO 


1-0 1 











Strickland 




29 1-4 


01 


2-2 


0-3 3 3 


B 


1 


1 4 


Kline 




21 2-5 


0-0 


6-14 


a-3 5 1 





1 


10 


Team 










6-2 8 








Totals 




225 23-77 


7-29 27-39 20-29 49 13 


19 


4 10 


11 BQ 




Maryland (3-1) 




31 


37 


6 


- 74 








Indiana (5-01 




27 


41 


12 


- 80 








FG* - Maryland .493, Indiana .a99 3FS% 
Maryland 714, Indiana 69a. Technical Fouls 
HarCell,EdCortett.A-15.715. 


Maryland .235. Indiana .341. FT% ■ 
■ none. Officials ■ Ed Hightower, flick 



Game 5 • BBST Classic First Round 
Notre Dame 79, [S/bj Maryland B7 

WASHINGTON, D.C, - Freshman Torin Francis scored 20 
points on 8-for-8 shooting as Notre Dame recorded its second 
straight upset of a ranked team. The Irish, coming off a 92-71 
rout of No. 13 Marquette on Monday, never trailed after taking 
command late in the first half and defeating Maryland 79-67 in the 
first round of the BBST Classic. 

Matt Carroll had 1 9 points and former Terrapin Dan Miller added 
17 for the Irish, who led by as many as IB against the defending 
champs. 

Cpming pff an nvertime loss to Indiana, the Terrapins cut a 1 0- 
point halftime deficit to 35-30 in the opening minutes of the second 
half. But the Irish responded with an 11-4 run to make it 48-34. 

After Steve Blake hit a 3-pointer - Maryland's first from beyond 
the arc after 1 1 misses - Thomas scored in the lane and Carroll 
added a short jumper and a 3-pointer for a 53-37 cushion with 
11:50 to go. 

The Terrapins never got closer than eight, and ultimately fell 
behind 67-49 with 5:34 remaining 

"After losing four seniors last year we're still trying to see how 
we're going to play this year" Williams said, "There is nn magic, you 
have to work hard every year" 

Blake scored 15 points for the Terrapins, who lost successive 
games for the first time since falling to Georgia Tech. North Carolina 
and Florida State nearly two years ago. 

Francis scored 1 1 of his 1 4 first-half points in the final six 
minutes, leading a 1 B-5 run that put the Irish up 35-25 at halftime. 
Maryland missed 27 of 38 field-goal attempts and went 0-fo^^ 
from 3-point range. Freshman Nik Caner-Medley. getting his first 
start for the Terrapins, was the only Maryland player to shoot 
better than 50 percent. 

Miller, despite being booed throughout the half by the pro- 
Maryland crowd, scored 1 1 points and was 3-for-5 from beyond 
the arc. 




A-^ A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four '2001, 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1394. 1995, 199B, 1999. 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCM Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997. 199B, 1999. 2000, 2001. 2002. 2003 



NOTPE DAME 79, MABYUND 67 


















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Notre Dans 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


0.0 


Reb 


F 


A 


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S Pts 


Miller 


t 38 


5-11 


4-7 


34 


0-7 


7 


a 


1 


3 





1 17 


Francs 


f 29 


B-a 


00 


4-7 


3-5 


8 


3 





1 


3 


1 20 


Timmermans 


c 23 


1-4 


0-0 


2-a 


2-2 


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2 4 


Thomas 


q 33 


3-14 


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24 


6 


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Totals 


aOO 98.63 


7-33 1&31 


7-30 37 19 80 


10 


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8 79 




MaryM 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


O'O Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


CanerMediev 


f 22 


4-8 


0-0 


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1-6 


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f 30 


3-13 


0-0 


DO 


4-6 


10 


a 


1 


a 


1 


6 


Holden 


c 26 


8-12 


01 


1-3 


2-6 


B 


1 


1 





a 


2 13 


Nchote 


q 30 


2-B 


05 


7-8 


2-3 


5 


4 


1 


3 


Q 


11 


Bake 


q 33 


5-17 


4-8 


1-2 


1-1 


2 


1 


4 


4 


1 


2 15 


Smi* 


5 


2-2 


00 


OO 


a-1 


3 











1 


4 


Coins 


2 


0-0 


00 


OO 


00 











1 





D 


Gamson 


20 


1-7 


01 


2-2 


1-2 


3 


a 


1 


1 





4 


McCall 


12 


1-2 


01 


00 


1-2 


3 


1 


1 


2 





2 


SIchnst 


14 


2-3 


01 


0-0 


ao 





a 


G 


1 


1 


4 


McCrav 


6 


DO 


00 


00 


00 





2 














Team 










24 


6 












Ittals 


SOO 36.70 


4.17 11.15 16.31 47 18 


10 


14 


6 


8 67 




Notre Dame r7-1l 


35 


44 




79 














MarMandB-a 






25 


42 




67 












FP* ■ Notre tone 444, Maryland. 371. 3n»- Notre Dame .304, Maryland .235. 
FT* - Notre Dame .762, Maryland .733. TWwical Fouls • none. Officials • Scott 
Thomley, Brad Feme, Tom O'Neill, A - 1 5,77B 



Game B • SSST Classic Consolation 
19/51 Maryland 33, 
George Washington 8S 

WASHINGTON, D,C, - When Gary Williams demanded an emo- 
tional performance to end a rare losing streak, Steve Blake and 
Drew Nicholas delivered, 

Blake had career-highs of 27 points and five 3-pointers, and 
Nicholas added 27 points to lead No. 9 tVlaryland to a 93-82 victory 
over George Washington on Sunday in the third-place game pf the 
BBST Classic, 

Blake didn't scpre until he converted his first 3-pointer with 
9:29 left in the first half and the Colonials ahead 31-24. That 
started a streak of 10 straight points by the senior guard. 

'We were struggling a little bit and I wanted to get things going," 
Blake said. "I told myself there was no way we were going to lose 
this game. I wanted to make things happen." 

The Terrapins 14-2), who were only 4-for- 1 7 on 3-point attempts 
in an upset loss to Notre Dame on Saturday, were 12-of-17 from 
beyond the arc against the Colonials (3-3). 

Nicholas tied a career-best with five 3s as the defending national 
champipns averted them first three-game losing streak since 
February 2001 

Chris Monroe led George Washington with 19 points. 

The Colonials used runs of 1 4-5 and 1 0-2 to take a 29-1 7 lead 
with 1 1 : 1 2 left in the half. But after Monroe's two free throws 
gave GW a 31 -1 9 lead v«th 1 0:23 to go, Blake rallied the Terrapins, 

Scoreless until that point, Blake had the final 10 points of a 
12-0 Maryland run that tied the game at 31 , After Thompson's 
four-ppint play put the Colonials up 35-31 , the Terrapins closed 
the half by outsconng GW 1 7-B as Nicholas, who had 20 first-half 
points, knocked down three 3-pointers, 

Blake's driving layup with 3:37 left in the half gave Maryland 
the lead for good at 38-37. 

MARYLAND 93. GEORGE WASHINGTOf< 88 



MCI Center- 


Dec. 8, 8008 


















Maryland 




Min FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-0 


Reb F 


A 


T 


B S 


Pts 


Caner-Medlev 


f 


18 24 


1-1 


OO 


20 


2 3 


1 


2 


2 


5 


Handle 


f 


20 3-B 


OO 


01 


1-2 


3 5 


1 


1 


a 1 


6 


Holden 


c 


31 3-7 


1-2 


5-7 


14 


5 3 


4 


1 


1 1 


12 


Nicholas 


q 


3a 9-1B 


5-7 


4-5 


2-0 


2 2 


3 


2 


2 


27 


Bte 


R 


36 10-12 


5-7 


2-3 


0-3 


3 1 


7 


3 


2 


27 


Smt\ 




8 01 


00 


00 


1-1 


2 1 





2 








Gamson 




21 4-6 


00 


2-2 


1-5 


B a 


2 


2 


1 2 


10 


McCall 




19 1-2 


00 


2-2 


14 


5 4 


2 





1 


4 


GikJinst 




14 1-2 


00 


00 


OO 


a 


4 


1 





2 


McCrsy 




1 00 


00 


00 


0-0 


1 








1 


D 


Team 










2-1 


3 










Tbtals 




800 33-60 18-1715-80 11.80 31 84 84 


14 


8 10 


93 





G. Weshington Min FG 3FG FT 0-0 Reb F A T B S Pts 

'Ailiams f 59 S-9 5-C 57 3-5 8 4 C 5 G 3 17 

Hallf 33 3-9 D-1 44 6-7 13 4 2 10 

MensahBonsu c 15 3-6 OO 2-2 3-2550200 8 

Monroe g 35 4-16 3-9 8-10 2-2 4 3 4 1 19 

Thompson g 39 47 34 4-B 1-1 2 4 10 4 3 15 



KJreev 



23 5-8 1-1 0^3 2-2 4 1 3 1 11 



6 1-3 OO 00 00 



Colluco 



120-3 02 00 10 1 1 1 



Forchon 



11 0-2 OO 0-0 10 1 G 1 1 



Totals 



800 86.63 7.17 83.83 81.81 48 81 18 19 3 8 88 



Mgyland 14-21 



4B 45 



33 



Geo. Washinoton (3-31 43 39 



82 



FG% - Maryland 550, GW 413 3FG% ■ Maryland .706, GW ,412, FRi ■ Maryland 
750, GW 793 Technical Fouls • none, Oflieials ■ Steve Oben. Tom O'Neill, Scott 
Thomley. A -13.209- 

Game 7 

[14/171 Florida B3, ti8/i6i Maryland B4 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - It was one of those odd streaks that no 
one really noticed until it was about a decade old. Now that it's over, 
Maryland doesn't mind showing some pnde over its run of 87 con- 
secutive home non-conference victories 

Anthony Roberson scored 20 points as No, 14 Florida beat No, 
18 Maryland 69-64, handing the Terrapins their first home defeat 
against a team from outside the Atlantic Coast Conference in more 
than 13 years, 

"it was well-earned," Maryland coach Gary Williams said of the 
streak, "I don't think anybody gave us a game dunng that time. We 
beat some ranked teams. We probably played the same December 
schedule that everytjody else played at this level. 

"You don't talk about those things; they |ust kind of happen on 
their pvyn, but I'm very proud of that streak. Nobody else in the 
country did it. so to me it wasn't a quirlcy little streak." 

Maryland's last non-conference home defeat was 70-63 to Coppin 
State on Dec. 12. 1989. The streak, the longest in the nation, 
began 18 days later with a 1 10-91 victory over Alcorn State, 

The run included 84 straight vwns at Cole Field House and three 
at the Terrapins' new Comcast Center The loss also ended Maryland's 
21 -game overall home winning streak. 

Roberson went 8-of-14 from the field, including 4-of-7 on 3- 
point attempts. He was not a starter, but he played a team-high 33 
minutes. Matt Bonner added 1 6 points for Florida (7-2). 

Roberson's 3-pointer started a 9-0 run that put the Gators ahead 
48-40 with 1 3: 1 a left. They kept the lead the rest of the way. v«th 
Roberson hitting another 3-pointer to silence the crowd after a 
timeout, lust as the Terrapins had cut the lead to two with three 
minutes left. 

Ryan Randle had 1 8 points and 1 rebounds to lead Maryland (4- 
3), The defending national champipns lost for the third time in four 
games, all against teams that are now ranked in the Top 1 5. 

FLORIDA 69, MA RYUND 64 

Comcest Center - Dec, 14, aoOS 



Flonda 


Min FG 


3FG 


n 


0.0 


Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


Bonner 


f 29 B-13 


1-3 


34 


6-6 


12 


3 





2 


1 


2 IB 


Walsh 


f 29 1-9 


1-6 


5-B 


02 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


2 B 


Leec 


315-10 00 


3-3 


44 


B 


a 


2 


2 


2 


1 


13 


Nelson 


q 24 27 


04 


00 


02 


a 


2 


1 


2 





2 4 


Hamilton 


q 30 2-6 


01 


0-0 


1-5 


B 


4 


7 


2 


G 


2 4 


Hotierson 


33 B-14 


47 


ao 


2-2 


4 





a 


1 





1 20 


Moss 


10 14 


01 


ao 


3-2 


5 








1 


1 


2 


Al-Kaleem 


4 0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


DO 




















Colas 


10 1-2 


00 


00 


0-1 


1 


2 








D 


2 


Team 








01 


1 












Totals 


800 86.65 


6.88 11.15 16.85 41 15 


14 


11 


5 


10 69 




Maryland 


Min F6 


3FG 


FT 


0.0 


Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


Canei^Medby 


f 14 1-a 


ao 


1-2 


14 


5 


a 








D 


3 


Randle 


f 33 9-17 


0-0 


0-2 


4-8 


10 


2 


1 


1 


3 


3 IB 


Holden 


c 33 34 


1-1 


&1 


1-a 


3 


2 


1 


3 


1 


7 


Ncholas 


B 36 5-15 


a-B 


1-2 


1-3 


4 


1 


2 


5 


1 


D 13 


Blake 


q 35 27 


14 


00 


1-3 


4 


3 


6 


2 





5 


Smith 


4 1-1 


00 


00 


0-1 


1 














2 


Gamson 


11 04 


0-0 


1-2 


20 


a 


1 





2 





1 


McCall 


ia a-3 


D-1 


1-2 


0-1 


1 


1 


2 





1 


5 


Githnst 


aa 5-B 


OO 


00 


1-3 


4 


4 


4 








1 10 


Team 








1-3 


4 












Tbtals 


800 88.61 


4-14 4-11 


18.86 38 16 


16 


13 


6 


4 64 




Ronda[7-2J 


33 


36 




69 














Maivland(4-31 


34 


30 




64 














FG<|| - Flonda 400, Maryland 459 SFG* 
Ronda ,733, Maryland 364 Technlcel Fouls 
ReqgeCofer. A- 17,950, 


Honda 273, Marylsid 2B6 FT* - 
none Officials ■ Mike Wood, Karl Hess, 



yland Men's Basketball 



Game B 

ts3/ssi Maryland 101, UMBO BO 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Coming off a disheartening loss to Flonda 
and having endured the wrath of coach Gary Williams for eight straight 
days, Maryland desperately needed a reason to feel good. The Terra- 
pins got one, at the expense of Maryland-Baltimore County. 

Ryan Randle scored 1 7 of his career-high 21 points in the second 
half as No. 23 Maryland returned from a lengthy layoff to defeat 
UMBC 101-60. 

Drew Nicholas had 1 5 points for Maryland (5-31. playing for the 
first time since having its B7-game hnme non-conference winning 
streak snapped by Ronda on Dec. 1 4, The defending NCAA champions 
never trailed m improving to 1 3-0 against UMBC, 

"They had a tough week. They had exams, they had me after a 
loss." Williams said, *l wanted them to enioy it tonight, and I think 
they feel good about the way they played," 

Maryland led by 1 7 points at halftime. then pulled away in the 
second half. Six players scored in double figures, and Steve Blake 
had nine assists to become on^ the 23rd player in NCAA history to 
amass 800 for his career The senior guard has 806. 

After making only two baskets in the first 20 minutes, Randle 
scored Maryland's first 1 1 points after halftime to make it 56-28, 
The 6-foot-9 senior started the run with a three-point play, then 
added four straight baskets in the lane, 

Randle made 1 of 1 5 shots from the field and had a team-high 
nine rebounds. 

P.J. Hatcher led UMBC (3-4) with 15 points. The Retnevers, 
who lost their fourth straight, stayed wthin striking distance for the 
opening 1 5 minutes before succumbing to Maryland's supenor speed, 
size and skill. 

The Terrapins played without starting center Tah| Holden, who 
was excused from the game because of a death in the family. He was 
replaced by freshman Travis Garrison, who had eight points and eight 
rebounds in his first college start. 

The addition of Gamson to a lineup with Nik Caner-Medley gave 
the Terrapins two freshmen starters for the first Dme since March 
2000. Caner-Medley finished wrth 1 1 points and was instnjmental in 
getting Maryland pff to a solid start. 

The 6-8 forward made the game's first two baskets and scored 
on a soanng putback dunk to ignite a 1 0- 1 run that put Maryland up 
21-11. 

MARYLAND 101, UMBC 60 



Comcast Cente 


r - Dec, aSj^aC 
Min FG 


08 














UMBC 


3FG 


FT 


0-D Reb F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


Washington 


f 30 212 


1-3 


OO 


1-0 1 1 


3 


5 


1 


5 


WJiams 


f 26 a-7 


00 


DO 


0-2 2 3 


1 


1 





4 


Younq 


c 23 1-2 


DO 


2-2 


1-3 4 4 


3 


3 


1 


1 4 


Gogerty 


g 25 24 


2-3 


DO 


1-1 2 4 


5 


a 





1 B 


Wison 


q 37 513 


24 


2-5 


2-3 5 3 


2 


3 





14 


Dnkins 


4 00 


OO 


DO 


OO 1 





a 








Hatcher 


24 5-9 


3-5 


2-2 


10 1 2 


1 


1 


G 


2 15 


Feeley 


31 4-10 


OO 


4-5 


4-B 12 4 


1 


8 





2 12 


Team 








10 1 










Totals 


8n 81-57 


B-15 10-14 11-17 88 88 


16 83 


8 


6 60 




Maryland 


Min FG 


3FG 


FT 


C-D Reb F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


Gamson 


f 22 23 


D-0 


4-7 


5-3 B 4 


1 


1 


2 


a 8 


Cane^Medlev 


f 19 4-6 


1-2 


a-2 


S-2 B 2 


1 


1 





2 11 


Randte 


c 32 1015 


0-0 


14 


3-6 9 





1 


1 


3 21 


Nicholas 


a 26 4-11 


1-3 


B-6 


00 1 


7 


1 


1 


2 15 


By<e 


q 26 4-10 


3-5 


0€ 


03 3 1 


9 


a 





11 


Smith 


18 5-7 


01 


24 


06 6 3 





2 


a 


1 ia 


CoUlns 


5 1-a 


1-1 


ao 


00 


1 








3 


McCall 


18 3-3 


2-2 


34 


02 2 1 





1 


2 


1 11 


SIchnst 


14 04 


0-1 


2-2 


1-2 3 


3 


1 





2 a 


McCrav 


12 1-1 


OO 


24 


10 1 1 





a 


G 


2 4 


Henry 


3 1-2 


00 


1-2 


1-0 1 3 











D 3 


Gnnnon 


5 00 


OO 


00 


0-1 1 














Team 








1-2 3 










Totals 


8K 35.64 


8-15 83-35 18-87 45 14 88 


18 


8 


15 101 




UMBC 13-41 


as 


32 




80 










Mar^?Kl(5-3l 


45 


56 




101 










FG% ■ UMBC ,368, Maryland .547 3FG% 
UMBC .714, Maryland 657. Technical Fouls 
Edsall. Ray Naoli. Bernard Clncon, A - 17,602 


UMBC 533, Maryland ,533. FlSi ■ 
■ Maryland (Williams), Offidala - Duke 



Game 3 

[S3/SS1 Maryland 84, Georgia Tech 77 

COLLEGE PABK - Drew Nicholas scored a career-high 29 
points and Ryan Randle led a second-half charge as No. 23 Mary- 
land opened defense of its Atlantic Coast Conference title by beat- 
ing Georgia Tech 84-77, 

Randle scored 1 B of his 20 points after halftime, helping the 
Terrapins (6-3, 1 -01 to their ninth straight home victory over the 



t:Det=isctG C3f MZ9t=»minsrMtzi 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 
Final Four '2001, 2002 
Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995. 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000. 2001, 2002 



Maryland Msn's BaskeH^ftELf m J . 




Yellow Jackets. 

Maryland, which captured the ACC negulan-season title last year 
on the way to its first national championship, has won a school- 
record 13 straight conference games. 

B.J. Elder had 19 points and Chnis Bosh added 16 for the 
Yellow Jackets (5-4, 0-1), who have lost 12 of 14 to Maryland 
since January 1996, 

Maryland was clinging to a 52-51 lead before Randle made a 
follow shot and a dunk in a 6-0 run. Minutes later, Randle hit a 10- 
foot lumper and Nicholas scored on a drive to make it 69-64 with 
5:29 left. 

After a Georgia Tech free throw, Nicholas hit a 3-pointer and 
Randle scored from the baseline to give the Terrapins a nine-point 
cushion With three minutes remaining. 

Maryland outscored Georgia Tech 12-1 at the line in taking a 
36-30 halftime lead. The Terrapins trailed 28-25 before Nik Caner- 
Medley scored five points in a 9-0 run that put Maryland in front. 

After the margin reached seven points early in the second half, 
the Yellow Jackets used a 12-4 run to take a 48-47 lead with 
14:54 left. 

Nicholas then scored from beyond the arc to put Maryland ahead 
for good. 

Playing their first game in eight days, the Yellow Jackets looked 
more fresh than rusty in the opening minutes. 8osh scored off the 
glass and then on a drive to cap a 8-0 run that put Georgia Tech up 
11-4, 

But Nicholas scored seven points and Tahj Holden had five in a 
1 6-8 surge that gave Maryland its first lead, 20- 1 7. midway through 
the half. 

Holden, who missed the Terrapins' last game because of a death 
in the family, did not start for the first time this season. The senior 
forward finished with 1 1 points. Maryland was without senior guard 
Calvin McCall, who was In street clothes after spraining his left 
ankle in practice one day earlier 

MARYLAND 84, GEORGIA TECH 77 



Comcast Cent 


er - Dec. 29, 2C 
Min FG 


IDS 
















Gegrgia Tech 


3FG 


FT 


0.0 


Reb F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


Elder 


f 24 7-15 


1-5 


4-4 


3-0 


3 5 


2 


1 





3 19 


Bosh 


f 35 7-10 


0-1 


2-3 


3-3 


B 4 


1 


1 


3 


16 


Schenscher 


c 24 6-10 


0-0 


1-2 


4-5 


9 1 





2 


1 


13 


Jack 


n 38 3-a 


0-2 


3-6 


2-4 


6 a 


7 


7 


1 


1 9 


Lews 


g 23 5-a 


2-4 


0-0 


0-8 


8 5 





3 





1 12 


Muhammad 


22 1-10 


0-1 


1-a 


2-4 


6 3 





1 





3 


Nystram 


9 1-5 


1-5 


0-0 


1-0 


1 1 





2 





3 


Nelson 


20 1-6 


0-0 


0-0 


3-4 


7 3 


1 


3 





2 


Brooks 


1 0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1 














McHeniv 


4 D-D 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 











1 





Team 








2-0 


2 










Totals 


SOB 31.73 


4-18 11-17 S0'SB4B as 


11 


80 


6 


5 77 




Maryland 


MIn FG 


3FG 


FT 


0.0 


Reb F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


Gamson 


f B 1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


1-1 


2 3 





1 


1 


2 


Ca^e^Medley 


f 22 3-6 


1-1 


0-0 


2-2 


4 1 


1 


1 


2 


7 


Rande 


c 31 8-17 


0-0 


4-5 


3-3 


6 2 





1 





B 20 


Nicholas 


q 34 8-19 


3-B 


10-13 


2-5 


7 1 


3 


1 





1 29 


Blake 


g 36 27 


0-3 


3-6 


1-3 


4 3 


8 


3 


2 


3 7 


Smith 


21 3-6 


0-D 


0-1 


2-6 


8 2 


1 


2 





1 8 


Gilchrist 


20 0-2 


0-D 


2-4 


1-2 


3 1 


2 


2 





2 


McCrav 


7 0-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2-1 


3 2 


1 


1 


2 





Holden 


21 2-4 


2-3 


5-6 


1-3 


4 4 


D 


2 


3 


3 11 


Team 








1-0 


1 










Tbtals 


SOO S7.65 


6-13 84-35 16-86 48 19 


16 


14 


10 


14 B4 




Georgia Tech 15-4, 0-11 30 


47 




77 












MarylaniJ 16-3, 


l-D) 36 


46 




64 












FG%- Georgia Tech 425, Mar/land,415, SFGH-Geor^ia Tech ,922. Maryland ,462, 
FT* - Georgia Tech 647, Maryland 6BB, Technical Fouls - none. Officials - Karl Hess, 
Duke Edsall, Leslie Jones. A - 1 7,950, 



Game 10 

iss/sai Maryland 73, Wagner 57 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Ryan Randle didn't miss a shot, and 
8teve Blake was virtually flawless in running Maryland's offense. 

Handle tied a school record by making all 10 of his field goal 
attempts, and Blake had 1 2 assists to move into 20th place on the 
NCAA career list as the No, 22-ranked Terps beat Wagner 79-57. 

Maryland (7-31 was never threatened after the Seahawks missed 
1 2 of their first 1 4 shots to fall behind 20-4, But the Terrapins know 
they'll need to play better when they resume play in the Atlantic Coast 
Conference, 

"We got off great, and it looked like it would be pretty easy," 
Maryland coach Gary Williams said. "But we reacted to that the wrong 
way. We really didn't execute as well as we could," 

Williams became so irate that at one point in the second half he 
yanked all five starters. 

"(Wagner) scored quite a few points on fastbreak opportunities," 
Williams said, "It means the other team is outworking you, and we 



don't get outworked very often," 

Handle's 21 points matched his career high, and his perfect 
sheoting performance tied the Maryland record set on Dec, 23, 1 998, 
by Lonny Baxter against North Texas, 

"I just wanted to take the ball up to the rack real hard. I had great 
position," said Randle, who made both his shots in the first half before 
scoring 1 7 points after the break. 

Drew Nicholas scored 1 1 of his 1 3 points in the first half for the 
defending national champions, who won their third straight game. 
But Nicholas was 5-for-12 from the field and Blake was 1-for-4, 

Blake, a senior guard, moved past former Michigan State star 
Mateen Cleaves on the NCAA career list with 828 assists. Blake did 
not commit a turnover, 

Jermaine Hall scored 26 points for the Seahawks (4-81, who went 
4-for-22 from 3-point range, shot 32 percent overall and committed 
19 turnovers. 

Soon after Williams pulled his starting lineup, freshman Chris 
McCray delighted the crowd by scoring five straight ppints to put 
Maryland up 61-38 with 10:32 remaining. 

The Terrapins limited Wagner to S4 percent shooting and forced 
1 1 turnovers in taking a 40-21 halftime lead, 

MARYLAND 79, WAGNER 57 



Comcast Center 


- Jan. 4, S 
Min FG 


003 


















Wagner 


3FG 


FT 


0-D Reb 


F A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


Half 3412-22 0-1 


2-3 


5-6 


11 


2 


D 5 


D 


D26 




Wyatte c 


19 1-B 


O-D 


1-2 


2-2 


4 


2 


1 


1 


2 


3 


Dveq 293-10 3-B 


0-D 


D-0 





2 


2 





1 


9 




Pritchard g 


33 3-12 


1-4 


0-0 


2-2 


4 


2 2 


2 


D 


3 


7 


Carroll g 


23 2-9 


0-3 


1-2 


0-0 





2 


1 








5 


McLemore 


19 0-3 


D-2 


1-2 


1-D 


1 


1 6 


3 





1 


1 


Vitale 


2 0-1 


0-1 


D-D 


0-0 








D 


D 


1 


D 


McCrae 


IB 1-5 


D-3 


D-D 


1-2 


3 


2 3 


2 








a 


Martin 


4 D-D 


D-D 


2-4 


1-1 


2 


1 


1 


1 


D 


2 


Munson 


21 1-3 


0-0 


0-0 


5-6 


11 


1 


4 


1 


1 


2 


Team 








3-1 


4 












Totals 


800 83-71 


4-88 7-13 80-8040 13 15 19 


3 


9 


57 




Maryland 


Min FG 


3F6 


FT 


0-D Reb 


F A 


T 


B 


S 


Pts 


Garrison f 


14 2-4 


1-1 


2-2 


2-7 


9 


4 D 


D 


4 


D 


7 


Caner-Medley f 


IB 3-7 


1-1 


2-2 


5-1 


6 


D 


1 


1 





9 


Randle c 


29 ID-ID 


D-D 


1-4 


1-6 


7 


2 D 


2 


1 


4 


21 


Nicholas p 


29 5-12 


0-4 


3-3 


1-3 


4 


1 4 


4 


D 


1 


13 


Blake g 


31 1-4 


0-1 


0-0 


1-3 


4 


12 








1 


a 


Smith 


IB 3-1D 


D-0 


0-D 


4-5 


9 


2 











B 


Collins 


9 0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


D-0 


D 


2 D 


1 


D 


D 


D 


Gilchnst 


9 D-a 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 


1 


1 1 


2 





1 





McCray 


21 3-a 


1-3 


1-2 


1-1 


2 


D 2 


4 


1 


7 


B 


Henry 


1 1-1 


D-D 


0-0 


D-0 


D 


1 


1 


D 


1 


2 


Grinnon 


3 D-D 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





1 














Holden 


IB 4-10 


1-3 


2-2 


1-4 


5 


D 1 


1 





1 


11 


Team 








1-2 


3 












Totals 


a00 3a-6S 4-1311-1S 17-3350 13 81 


17 


7 IB 


79 




Wagner (4-61 


21 


36 




57 














Maryland 17-31 


40 


39 




79 














FG% ■ W/agner , 
FT* - «/agner ,! 
Wood, Ray Natili, 


324, Maryland 471 3FG% - Wagner ,1B2 
538. Maryland 733 Technical Fouls - none 
Alan Spainhour, A - 17,505 


, Maryland , 
Officnla - 


30B. 
Mike 



Game 1 1 

[21/171 Maryland 108, Hampton SB 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Ryan Randle had 16 points and 12 re- 
bounds, and Drew Nicholas scored 17 points as No, 21 Maryland 
breezed past Hampton 108-58. 

Reserve Jamar Smith also scored 1 7 and Steve Blake had 1 3 
points and eight assists for the Terrapins (7-31, who never trailed in 
extending their winning streak to four games. 

Randle made his first three shots, stretching his run without a 
miss to a school-record 18 straight (Including 10-for-10 Saturday 
against Wagnerl. Randle broke the previous mark of 15 successive 
field goals, set by Greg Manning over two games in 1 981 . 

Barry Hairston scored 1 8 points for Hampton (8-41, 

Maryland opened the second half with three straight baskets for 
a 60-31 lead. After the Pirates used a 7-0 run to close to 62-40, 
Handle scored six points in a 20-3 spree that made it 82-43. 

The Terrapins reached the 1 00-point mark for the second time 
this season with 3:25 remaining. 

Blake and Nicholas both scored 1 1 points and Randle added 1 
to stake the Terrapins to a 54-31 halftime lead. 

Maryland made its first five shots, including two dunks and soft 
jumper by Handle, in racing to a 12-0 lead. The Pirates were O-for-5 
with three turnovers during the span. 

Hairston broke the spell with a 1 4-footer, but the Pirates missed 
their next seven shots to fall behind 24-4. Maryland, meanwhile, went 
11-for-14 from the field over the opening nine minutes. 



MARYLAND 108, HAMPTON 5B 


















Comcast Center - Jan. 


6,8003 


















Hampton 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


0.0 Reb F 


A 


T 


B 


S 


Pts 


Green 


f 15 


2-a 


U-3 


2-3 


a-0 


a 1 





4 








6 


Pitts 


f a 


o-u 


U-0 


0-0 


0-1 


1 

















Hughes 


c 10 


0-4 


0-0 


4-4 


3-0 


a 3 














4 


Jefferson 


q 30 


3-5 


1-a 


0-3 


2-6 


a 4 


7 


5 





3 


7 


Puras 


q 31 


y-iu 


a-H 


U-U 


U-4 


4 1 





2 





1 


6 


Granger 


23 


3-1U 


u-a 


3-7 


3-1 


4 4 





1 





3 


9 


James 


11 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


1-0 


1 


1 


2 











McNeal 


13 


0-2 


0-0 


1-2 


1-3 


4 3 


1 


1 


1 





1 


Wilms 


4 


U-2 


U-1 


u-u 


u-u 


U 1 


1 


1 











Hairston 


aa 


71B 


o-a 


4-5 


4-4 


8 4 


1 


4 


1 


a 


IB 


Johnson 


6 


0-2 


0-0 


1-a 


4-0 


4 3 





3 








1 


Russell 


10 


1-2 


0-0 


0-1 


0-1 


1 1 





1 








2 


Morrison 


a 


0-2 


u-o 


o-u 


u-u 




















Brown 


8 


2-2 


0-0 


0-0 


1-0 


1 





1 








4 


Team 










2-U 


2 












Totals 


800 80.67 


3-19 15.87 83.80 43 85 


11 


85 


8 


9 


58 




MaryM 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


0.0 


Reb F 


A 


T 


B 


s 


Pts 


Gamson 


f 14 


1-3 


U-1 


2-4 


2-5 


7 4 


1 


1 


1 





4 


Caner-Medley 


f 14 


2-3 


0-1 


0-0 


U-1 


1 2 


1 


2 


1 





4 


Handle 


c SB 


6-1D 


0-0 


4-5 


2-10 


12 1 


3 


1 


2 


1 


IB 


Nichobs 


H a6 


6-11 


1-3 


4-5 


1-4 


5 1 


2 


a 


1 


2 


17 


By<e 


q 29 


6-6 


1-3 


0-0 


0-1 


1 1 


8 


5 





4 


13 


5mith 


18 


78 


0-0 


3-5 


2-4 


6 2 











2 


17 


Collins 


8 


2-4 


O-a 


0-0 


U-1 


1 1 


3 











4 


McCall 


9 


1-3 


0-1 


4-4 


0-1 


1 2 


1 








2 


6 


Gilchnst 


13 


3-3 


u-o 


O-U 


1-4 


5 1 


1 


1 





1 


B 


McCray 


17 


4-9 


1-4 


0-0 


2-1 


3 2 


4 





1 


2 


8 


Henry 


4 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


1-0 


1 


1 











2 


Grinnon 


6 


2-3 


1-a 


1-3 


1-0 


1 





1 


1 





B 


Holden 


IB 


1-3 


1-1 


1-2 


0-0 


3 


4 





2 


1 


4 


Team 










1-1 


2 












Totals 


800 48.71 


S.ia 19.88 13.33 46 80 89 


13 


9 15 1GB 




Hampton (6-41 






31 


27 




58 












Maryland IB-31 






54 


54 




108 












FSUb - Hampton 299, Maryland ,592. 3FGHi - Hampton ,158, Maryland ,278, FP* 
- Hampton ,556, Maryland ,678, Technical Fouls - Hampton [Granger], Mar/land IBIakel, 
Officials - Thomas Lopes, Sean Hull, Bill Humes, A - 17,468. 



Game 1S 

[51/171 Maryland 89, Florida State B8 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Drew Nicholas scored 23 points, and 
No. 2 1 Maryland built an 1 8-0 lead against Florida State before coast- 
ing to Its fifth straight victory, 89-62 

Reserve Tah| Holden had 1 2 points for the Terrapins, who extended 
their school-record run of ACC victories to 14. 

Maryland is 14-1 against Florida State since January 1997. 

Tim Pickett scored 1 5 points and Anthony Richardson had 1 4 
(1 3 in the second halfl for the Seminoles, who offered little resistance 
after falling behind 48-28 at halftime, 

Maryland gained control at the outset, making its first six shots. 
The defending NCAA champions hit four 3-pointers during the opening 
run, including two straight by Steve Blake, 

Playing against a team that had held foes to 35 percent shnoting 
- best in the ACC - Maryland went 9-for-1 1 in going up 25-5, 

The Terrapins' defense vras |ust as impressive, forcing turnovers 
on each of the Seminoles' first three possessions, Florida State had 
five turnovers and missed eight shots before Michael Joiner ended 
the drought with a putback. 

But the Seminoles couldn't build any momentum. An alley-oop dunk 
by Nik Caner-Medley and two baskets by Holden made it 31 -7 with 
1 1 minutes elapsed. 

Florida State cut the gap to 1 8 before Nicholas scored five points 
in a 9-0 burst that put Maryland ahead 44-1 7. 

It was 55-36 early in the second half before backup guard Calvin 
McCall scored seven points in a 1 3-0 run by Maryland that made it 
B8-3B, McCall's 1 points made him one of four Terrapins to reach 
double figures. Maryland played without reserve forward Jamar 3mith, 
who was absent because of a death in the family. 



MARYLAND 99, 


FLORIDA STATE 68 


















Comcast Center 


-Jan. 11, 


2003 




















Florida State 


Min 


FG 


3F6 


FT 


0-D Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


Waleskowski t 


19 


1-7 


0-D 


D-0 


1-D 


1 


3 





1 


1 


D 


a 


Richardson f 


31 


5-ia 


2-a 


a-4 


3-1 


4 


2 


3 


1 


1 


1 


14 


Harvey c 


17 


2-5 


0-D 


4-7 


1-1 


a 


a 


1 


3 


D 


2 


B 


Johnson g 


3D 


0-5 


0-3 


1-a 


1-1 


a 


1 


1 


2 





1 


1 


Pickett q 


35 


5-13 


3-1D 


2-2 


1-5 


B 


4 


a 


1 





a 


15 


Joiner 


24 


5-13 


1-1 


2-4 


3-6 


9 


3 


1 


1 





1 


13 


Haywood 


2 


1-1 


D-0 


0-0 


D-D 





D 














a 


Gallovray 


a4 


3-6 


0-1 


1-2 


0-1 


1 


a 


3 


2 








7 


Caller 


B 


D-2 


D-D 


0-0 


0-4 


4 


2 





1 











Wightman 


a 


0-1 


0-1 


D-D 


0-0 





1 





D 


D 








Moran 


2 


D-D 


0-D 


0-0 


0-D 


D 


D 


1 


D 


1 


1 


u 


Fells 


3 


0-0 


0-0 


O-a 


1-0 


1 








D 


D 








Mathews 


3 


0-D 


D-D 


0-0 


0-1 


1 


3 











D 





Team 
Totals 


3-2 2 
200 82-65 6-1818-83 11-8233 83 18 12 


3; 


I 


IT 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four ' S001 . 2002 

Sweet Sixteen '1994. 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 200^ 



h^s Ba^KBtball 



Maryland 




MIn F6 


3FG 


FT 


0-0 Rsb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


Garnson 




f 15 a-2 


1-1 


a-a 


0-0 





5 


3 


2 


1 


1 7 


Caner-Medlev 


f 22 3-8 


0-1 


0-0 


1-4 


b 


a 


3 


3 


1 


1 B 


Randle 




14 3-9 


0-0 


0-0 


3-4 


7 


3 











6 


Nicholas 




q 27 7-14 


2-4 


7-7 


2-7 


B 





4 


2 





23 


Blake 




q 31 3-B 


2-4 


2-2 


0-3 


3 


2 


4 


3 





10 


Collins 




4 D-1 


0-1 


0-0 


0-1 


1 

















McCall 


IB 4-7 


2-3 


0-1 


2-4 


B 


3 


4 


1 


1 


1 10 


Gilchnst 




20 2-3 


0-1 


0-0 


0-2 


a 


1 


3 


2 





4 


McCnay 




17 1-2 


0-1 


4-4 


1-1 


2 


a 





1 


1 


B 


Henri 




3 0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-3 


3 


1 














Gnnnon 




3 2-2 


0-0 


1-2 


0-1 


1 








1 





5 


Holden 




26 4-6 


0-1 


4-6 


0-4 


4 


4 


1 


1 


3 


1 12 


Team 










0-2 


a 












Totals 




BOO 31-58 7-17S0-S4 9-36 4S 33 33 16 


7 


4 89 




Fionda State [9-4, 0-3 


26 


36 




62 












Maryland 


9-3 


2-0) 46 


43 




89 














FG% - Fionda State 338. Mar^and 534. 3Fff* • Fionda State ,333, Mary- 
land 412 FTfc - Fionda State 522, Mar/land .833. Tachnical Foula - None 
Officials ■ Gerald Boudreaux, Michael Stuart, J.B. Caldwell. A - 17.S5D 



Game 13 

cia/aoi Wake Forest 81, 

[17/151 Maryland 7S 

WINSTQN-SAUEM, N.C. - Mary4and's fastbreak comeback wasn't 
quick enough. Wake Forest's frontcourt dominated on both ends to 
withstand a furious late charge for an 81-72 victory at Lawrence 
Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum. 

The loss snapped No. 1 7 Maryland's 19-4) five-game wnning streak. 
The Terps' team-record 1 4-game ACC winning steak and seven straight 
victories over the No. 19 Demon Deacons (1 1-1) also ended. 

Maryland used its aggressive man defense to offset a poor night 
underneath. Maryland scored nine straight points, largely fueled by 
its defense, to close within BB-64 with 4:56 remaining Wake Forest 
countered with two baskets underneath before Steve Blake followed 
with two free throws with 3:43 remaining to close within 70-BB. 

Wake Forest then broke Maryland's press on center Eric Williams' 
dunk for a six-point lead before Blake again drained two more free 
throws. Forward Tahj Holden soon added a 3-pointer to close to 73- 
71 with 9:43 left. Wake Forest forward Vytas Danelius countered 
With two free throws with 1 :4D remaining for a four-point margin and 
Maryland followed with a turnover 

The Terps were outmuscled underneath regularly as the Demon 
Deacons prevented Maryland from getting easy points underneath or 
spark Its transition offense. The hosts simply sealed the lanes. 

Maryland's comeback attempts were often fueled by outside 
shooting and tenacious man defense. However, the low-percentage 
shots were offset by Wake Forest dominating inside. 

After three straight blowouts the Terps came out unsettled. 
Maryland was sluggish for the first 1 D minutes and trailed 1 3-8 after 
a 7-0 Wake Forest run. The Terps kept searching for a mismatch at 
small forward and liberally subsituted before Calvin McCall emerged 
midway through the opening half. 

McCall scored eight first-half points, including six straight and 
Maryland twice came within four McCall had to leave momentarily 
With 1 :03 left after his left cheek was cut. 

WAKE FOPEST B1, MAPYLAND 7a_ 



Lawrence Joel 


Me 


norial Colise 
Min FS" 


m-Jan, 15,9003 
















MarylaniJ 


3FG 


FT 


0.0 


Rsb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


3 


Pts 


Gamson 


f 


a 0-1 


ai 


0-D 


D-1 


1 


1 





D 


a 








Carer-Medley 


f 


11 2-2 


0-0 


0-0 


D-1 


1 


3 





1 





1 


4 


RandlE 


c 


23 3-9 


D-O 


2-3 


3-2 


5 


3 


2 


1 


1 





B 


Nictiolas 


q 


34 4-14 


1-4 


0-1 


a-a 


4 


4 


a 


4 





1 


9 


Blake 


q 


34 4-11 


3-7 


4-4 


0-3 


3 


4 


7 


2 





3 


15 


Smth 




IB a-B 


0-0 


2-2 


a-1 


3 


2 


a 


1 








8 


McCall 




17 4-7 


0-2 


2-3 


a-a 


4 


1 


1 


1 








10 


Gttnst 




19 3-5 


1-1 


1-2 


0-1 


1 


2 





1 





1 


8 


McCray 




11 3-5 


22 


0-1 


a-4 


6 


a 


1 


a 





1 


8 


Holden 




27 1-B 


1-4 


1-2 


1-2 


3 


4 





3 


3 


2 


4 



Team 






3a 5 








Totals 


SOa 36.68 


8.31 13.18 15.31 36 36 15 


17 


6 9 73 




Wake Forest 


Min FG 


3FG FT 


0.0 Rsb 


F A 


T 


8 3 Pts 


Howard 


f 38 7-1B 


1-6 8-8 


4-4 8 


4 3 


a 


4 3 23 


Oanelius 


f as 4-10 


a-3 9-13 


a-3 5 


3 a 


a 


D 1 19 


Williams 


c 28 5-3 


0-0 6-6 


3-3 6 


5 


3 


1 2 16 


Oowney 


g 37 1-11 


0-7 4-4 


0-5 5 


1 a 


6 


DOB 


Levyq 


37 3-7 0-a 


B-9 5-6 


11 2 


3 3 





D 12 


Bis 


16 0-0 0-0 


0-0 1-a 


3 a 


D 1 





D 


Lepore 


9 0-1 


D-1 1-a 


1-a 3 


a 


a 


1 1 1 


Smckland 


10 a-4 


D-O D-D 


0-2 2 


1 


1 


D 4 


Team 






3-3 6 








Totals 


300 sS'Se 


3-19 34.43 19.30 49 30 10 31 


6 7 81 




MarybndO-4,a-1) 


27 45 


- 7a 








Wake Forestdl-1, 1-11 


32 49 


- 81 








Fe* - Maryland .38a. Wake ftrest .379, 3FG% - Maryland .381 . Wake Forest . 1 58. 
FT^ - Maryland .667. Wake Forest BIO Taclmical Fouls - Maryland IWilliams, Btte). 
Officisis - Oouq Shore. Tony Greene. Bob Donato A - 1 1 .623 



Game 14 

ti7/i5j Maryland B7, m/ii Duke 7S 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Cole Field House and Comcast Center 
are across campus from each other Maryland found a bridge be- 
tween Its old and new buildings: beating No. 1 Duke. 

The 1 7th-ranked Terrapins beat the last undefeated team in the 
country, dovyning the top-ranked Blue Devils 87-79. 

It was the secpnd straight year Maryland prevailed at home when 
Duke was No. 1 , and it came in the new arena that sounded a lot like 
the old one when the final buzzer sounded and the students rushed 
the floor 

"This crowd was as good as any crowd we've had since I've been 
here at Maryland," said Gary Williams, who has been coaching at his 
alma mater since 1989. 

Cole, which opened in 1955 and had a capacity of 14,500, was 
the place where Maryland beat six No. 1 teams. The 17,950-seat 
Comcast Center, which opened in November, got its first taste of the 
Terrapins beating a top-ranked team. 

Drew Nicholas had 24 points for the Terrapins (10-4,3-1 Atianbc 
Coast Conference) and Ryan Randle had 1 5 points and a career-high 
17 rebounds as Maryland finished with a 43-32 advantage on the 
boards. 

■| took it personally. Today we came out and said don't worry 
about points, lust get every rebound,' Randle said "Beating a Top 20 
team is what we wanted and needed. Beating Duke is a big confidence- 
builder" 

The defending national champions also stood out at the free throw 
line, finishing 29-for-31 . Duke (12-1 , 3-11 was g-for-20, including 5- 
for-13 in the second half. 

"Maryland played like a veteran team and we played like a young 
team," Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski said "They lust played better 
than we did. They deserved to win. They played harder and better." 

Maryland scored the first six points of the second half to tie the 
game at 43 and then turned up the defense. 

Dahntay Jones, who had a career-high 26 points for Duke, hit a 
3-ppinter with 14:21 to play that tied it for the last time at 53. 

The Terrapins went on a 1 0-D run with all the points coming from 
newcomers John Gilchrist and Jamar Smith. The Blue Devils went 
5:55 without a field goal, missing six shots and committing three 
turnovers in that span as Maryland went up 75-60. 

Duke, which shot 33 percent (1 1-for-33) in the second half after 
shooting 51 percent in the opening half, never got back in it. 

Tah| Holden added 1 D points for the Terrapins, who took care of 
the ball in the second half, committing three turnovers for a total of 
16. 

Freshman J.J. Redick, Duke's leading scorer, had 13 points, two 
in the second half. The Blue Devils entered the game shooting 38.1 
percent from 3-point range but were 7-for-22, 2-for-1 3 in the second 
half. 

The win was Maryland's biggest in the series since a 77-60 victory 
at home on Feb. 6. 1982. 



IVIARYLAND 87, DUKE 73 




















Comcast Center - Jan, IS, 3003 


Ouka 


Min FG 


3F6 


FT 


0.0 Rsb 


F 


A 


T 


8 


S 


Pts 


Wlliams 


f 13 1-2 


0-0 


1-a 


1-0 1 


1 














3 


Jones 


f 31 10-18 


2-6 


4-7 


1-2 3 


a 


a 


3 


D 


1 


26 


Randolph 


f 21 2-8 


0-1 


1-a 


2-1 3 


1 


D 





1 


2 


5 


Redick 


g 24 5-1D 


3-7 


D-D 


0-0 D 


5 


1 


1 


D 


1 


13 


Duhon 


q 38 3-1D 


1-4 


D-1 


0-1 1 


1 


3 


3 


D 


D 


7 


Buckner 


3 1-2 


D-1 


D-D 


D-1 1 





D 


1 








a 


Horvath 


15 1-3 


ao 


D-O 


3-1 4 


4 


1 


1 


2 


D 


a 


Ey»n<i 


ai 3-7 


1-a 


a-4 


0-4 4 


4 


1 


4 


D 


1 


9 


MeWiooni 


3 D-D 


D-O 


D-O 


01 1 


1 


D 





D 


D 


D 


Dockery 


13 a-4 


D-1 


D-O 


0-1 1 


4 


1 





D 


2 


4 


Sanders 


13 00 


D-O 


1-4 


2-4 6 


2 


D 


a 


D 





1 


Thompson 


5 0-a 


D-O 


D-O 


0-1 1 








D 








D 


Team 








4-2 6 














Totals 


300 33.66 


7.33 


9.30 


13.19 33 36 


9 


15 


3 


7 


73 




Maryland 


Min FG 


3FG 


FT 


0.0 Rsb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


8 


Pts 


McCall 


f 15 1-3 


D-O 


D-O 


0-D D 


2 


D 


2 


D 


1 


2 


Holden 


f 2B 2-B 


D-2 


6-7 


0-3 3 


3 


a 


3 


3 





ID 


Randle 


c 32 B-1D 


0-0 


3-4 


5-12 17 


2 


4 


4 


1 


1 


15 


Ncholas 


g 37 7-16 


a-5 


B-B 


1-4 5 


a 


1 


2 


1 


3 


24 


Blake 


g 33 2-8 


2-5 


2-2 


1-6 7 


3 


6 


2 


D 





8 


Sm* 


IB 3-4 


D-O 


a-a 


2-4 6 


a 





2 


D 





8 


GiBinst 


ID 2-a 


0-0 


2-2 


0-1 1 


1 


3 





D 


1 


8 


McCray 


14 1-2 


0-0 


4-4 


0-D D 


a 








1 


1 


6 


Cane^Medtev 


15 a-3 


a-3 


2-2 


1-0 1 


1 


1 


1 


D 


2 


8 


Team 








2-1 3 














IMS 


3» 3656 


6.16 39.31 


13.31 43 18 17 


16 


6 


9 


87 




0ijke(12-1,3-11 43 


29 




72 














Maryland (10-4, 311 37 


5D 




87 














FG4l ■ Duke 424, Maryland ,464, 3FG°b - Ouke ,318. Maryland .400. FT* - Duke 
.450, Maryland 935 Technical Fouls - none Officials - Ted ValenDne, John Dougherty, 
LesllBJones. A- 17.950 



Game 15 

[12/111 Maryland 81, 

North Carolina BB 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - Maryland's five senior starters had 456 
college games and a national championship among them coming into 
Wednesday night's game. That experience showed against a young 
North Carolina team 

Drew Nicholas scored 20 ppints and Steve Blake added 1 7 as 
the 12th-ranked Terrapins beat the Tar Heels B1-BB, their first 
conference road win. 

Ryan Randle added 1 6 points and 1 rebounds for the Terrapins 
(1 1 -4, 4-1 Atlantic Ceast Conference), who won for the third straight 
time in the series. The defending NCAA champions beat the Tar Heels 
twice last season by an average of 24 points. 

The Terrapins handled the Tar Heels (11-6, 2-21 by dpminating 
inside, controlling the glass and playing aggressive man-to-man defense. 
They outscored the Tar Heels 42-20 in the paint and had a 45-35 
rebound advantage. 

They held the Tar Heels to 35 percent shcoting and blocked nine 
shots to avoid any letdown after upsetting then-No. 1 Duke the 
previous Saturday. 

"We looked at this as our next big test," Nicholas said, "Obviously 
our test last week was to beat the No, 1 team m the country. Now 
we came in here with the focus of getting a road win . We were able to 
do that, and now we lust have to keep pushing." 

Both teams came into the game with plenty of momentum, with 
the Tar Heels upsetting then-No. 6 Connecticut 68-65 at the Smith 
Center five days earlier 

But Maryland used two first-half runs to take a double-digit lead 
and answered several spurts by the Tar Heels in the second half with 
momentum-killing baskets. 

Rashad McCants scored 26 points to lead North Carolina, vyhich 
started three freshmen and two sophomores, while Jawad Williams 
added 18, 

Maryland used 1 B-2 and 1 1 -0 r\jns in the first half to take a 37- 
20 lead. The Tar Heels rallied, scoring the last seven points of the 
half to pull to 39-31 , Raymond Felton conbnued the run in the second 
half, hitting his first four shots after going 1 -for-8 in the first half. 

His 3-pointer from the right wing pulled North Carolina within 41 - 
39 with 17:04 left, ending a 19-4 run spanning halftime. 

But the Terrapins took advantage of their size inside, going on a 
14-2 run. Maryland scored 12 points in the paint, the first four 
ccming on drives from reserve John Gilchnst, Randle added a jumper 
in the lane and a tip-m. 

The Terrapins also controlled the glass, taking a 1 0-2 edge during 
the spurt as the Tar Heels missed eight of nine shots. 

Twice the Tar Heels closed within 1 points only to see Maryland 
answer with 3s on its next possessions. They pulled to within 61 -53 
on a dunk by Williams, but the Terrapins gpt an inside basket from 
Tahi Holden and a layup from Randle to kill the rally. 



MARYLAND SI, NORTH CARDUNA 66 
















Smith Center 


-Jan, 22, 2003 


















Maryland 


Min FG 3FG 


FT 


0.0 


Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


McCall 


f a? 3-7 1-4 


0-D 


2-4 


6 


1 





2 





7 


Holden 


f 33 4-9 0-2 


37 


2-3 


5 


a 


3 





4 


1 11 


Randle 


c 29 8-13 D-O 


0-3 


3-7 


10 


D 





1 


3 


1 IB 


Nchnlas 


g 36 8-14 4-B 


D-a 


1-3 


4 


2 


a 


3 


1 


2 20 


Blake 


g a? 3-4 a-3 


91D 


0-4 


4 


u 


5 


5 


U 


a 17 


Smth 


14 1-6 D-D 


D-1 


0-4 


4 


2 


1 





1 


D 2 


Gamson 


2 1-2 0-0 


0-0 


2-1 


3 


a 


D 


1 





Q 2 


Gilchnst 


19 a-a D-O 


a-2 


2-1 


3 


1 


2 


a 





a B 


McCray 


11 0-2 D-1 


D-O 


1-a 


3 


1 


2 


1 








Caner-Medley 


2 0<1 0-0 


0-0 


0€ 





a 





D 








Team 






03 


3 












Totals 


300 30.59 7.19 14.35 13.33 45 13 


15 15 


9 


8 81 




No. Carolina 


Min FG 3FG 


FT 


0.0 Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


9 Pts 


Williams 


f 32 6-ia 3-5 


3-4 


3-4 


7 





1 


3 


2 


ia 


McCants 


f 36 10-a4 4-11 


a-4 


3-5 


8 


3 


1 


2 


1 


2 26 


Sarders 


c 32 0-2 D-O 


2-2 


0-0 





4 


a 


1 





2 


Feton 


g 35 5-13 2-5 


2-2 


3-4 


7 


5 


B 


3 


D 


3 14 


Manuel 


3 22 0-4 D-1 


D-O 


3-3 


8 


1 


2 


3 





1 


Scott 


19 1-B 1-3 


0-0 


0-D 





3 


1 


D 





3 


Holmes 


4 1-1 1-1 


D-O 


0-0 











D 


D 


3 


Grant 


7 D€ 00 


D-D 


0-2 


2 


a 





1 


1 





Noel 


9 0-3 0-2 D-O 


0-1 


1 


2 





1 


1 








Johnson 


4 0-1 D-1 


D-O 


D-1 


1 

















Team 






03 


3 












Totals 


300 33.66 11.39 9.13 


13.33 36 30 


13 


14 


5 


6 66 




Maryland (11-4, 4-11 39 


42 




81 












Ndrth Carolina (1 1-6, a-ai 31 


35 




66 












FG% - Maryland 508, Nortfi Canjiina 34B SFGUi - Maryland .389, Ndrth Carolina 
Karl Hess, Ray Natili, Joe Lndsay, A - 21 ,750, 




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A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four > 20D1 . B002 

Sweet Sixteen < 1994. 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001. 2002. 2003 

NCAA Appearances ' 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's BasketebmtCJ[ tK l 




Game IB 

[ia/ii] Maryland 52, Clemson <*7 

CLEMSON, S.C. - Maryland's Drew Nicholas wasn't too con- 
cerned with how bad the 12th-ranked Terps looked, only that they 
left Littleiohn Coliseum with a victory, 

'I'm sure It was a tough game to watch. This wasn't a very prett/ 
basketball game," said Nicholas, who scored 14 points on 4-of-13 
shooting in Maryland's 52-47 uictony over Clemson, 

"It was good enough tn win, " Nicholas said, "At the end of the day, 
there's going to be another win in the ACC column for us." 

The Terps (12-4, 5-1) came in leading the Atlantic Coast 
Conference in 3-point shooting and were second overall in field-goal 
percentage. However, they struggled throughout in this one and shot 
|ust 1 9-of-5B (.3391 - their worst performance of the season. Still, 
they won for the sixth time in seven games and held on to first place 
in the conference. 

However, only one of them was the defending national champion 
who could call on five senior starters to shrug off problems and get 
the |ob done. 

It almost took the Terps too long. 

Their sloppy performance kept Clemson (11-4, 1-4) around until 
the final minute. Edward Scott, who led the Tgers with IB points, 
made four foul shots to get Clemson within three at 50-47 with 
1 :GB remaining. However, Scott missed a wide-open 3-pointer that 
would have tied it and Steve Blake hit two foul shots to seal the win. 

The Terrapins missed their first eight attempts and first six from 
3-point range. Nicholas was O-for-4 as Maryland fell behind 21 -B with 
5: 1 B left in the first half. 

Then the Terps turned up their defense and Nicholas finally found 
his stroke to close the half with a 15-2 run. Nicholas had two 3- 
pointers and an inside basket - all following Clemson turnovers - 
during the rally as the Terps went up 24-23. 

Calvin McCall and Blake had back-to-back 3s to extend the lead to 
33-S7. When Nicholas made two foul shots and a short jumper, 
Maryland led 46-37 with 5:30 remaining. 

The Tigers made only four field goals in the second half, going over 
eight minutes between field goals during one stretch. Scott was just 
1-of-6 from beyond the arc DIu Babalola, who was 5-of-8, was 
Clemson's only player who shot better than 50 percent. He had 1 2 
points and seven rebounds. 



MARYLAND 5S, CLEMSON 47 
















LittleiQhn Coliseum - Jan. S7, 2003 


Maryland 


Min FG 


3FG 


R 


0-0 Rsb 


F 


A 


T 


B S Pts 


McCall 


f 24 3-7 


1-3 


1-2 


1-0 


1 


4 


a 


3 


3 8 


HoUen 


f 34 2-7 


0-2 


0-0 


6-5 


11 


3 


2 


11 


2 1 4 


Handle 


c 20 1-5 


0-0 


1-4 


2-3 


5 


4 


1 


1 


2 3 


Nicholas 


g 33 4-13 


2-7 


4-4 


3-2 


5 


2 


3 


1 


1 14 


Blake 


q 35 2-10 


a-B 


2-2 


1-1 


2 


a 


3 


B 


3 B 


Smith 


10 2-3 


0-0 


0-0 


0-2 


2 


2 





3 


2 4 


Gamson 


IB 3-5 


0-0 


1-1 


1-1 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 7 


Gilchrist 


11 1-3 


0-0 


0-0 


1-0 


1 


1 








1 1 2 


McCrav 


5 0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 


1 








1 


1 


Caner-Medley 


12 1-3 


0-0 


0-0 


3-3 


6 


2 


n 


3 


1 a 


Team 








1-2 


3 










Totals 


aoo 19-56 s-ao 9.1a 19-2039 ea ^^ so 


3 16 52 




Clemson 


Min FG 


3F6 


FT 


0-0 Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B S Pts 


Ford 


f 29 1-4 


0-0 


1-2 


2-5 


7 


1 





1 


2 3 


Babalolo 


f 34 5-B 


0-3 


2-3 


4-3 


7 


1 





2 


1 3 12 


Henderson 


c ao 0-4 


0-0 


0-1 


1-5 


B 


2 





a 


2 


Scott 


q 39 5-15 


1-6 


5-B 


0-2 


2 


3 


3 


5 


3 16 


Chnstie 


9 31 2-7 


2-2 


3-4 


1-0 


1 


2 





3 


1 9 


Becko 


2 0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 








n 


1 





Naflys 


a 0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


D-1 


1 


3 





2 


1 


Robinson 


14 0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





1 





1 


2 


Hobbs 


23 1-5 


0-0 


5-6 


1-1 


2 


a 


1 


2 


1 7 


Team 








2-1 


3 










Totals 


aOO 14-44 3-11 1B-aa 11-1329 15 


4 19 


4 12 47 




Maryland 112-4, 5-1) 


24 


2B 




52 










Clemson (11-^ 


1, 1-41 


23 


24 




47 










FG% - Maryland .339, Clemson .31 B, 3FG% - Maryland .250. Clemson ,273. 
FT* ■ Maryland BS2. Clemson ,727 Technical Fouls - none. Officials ■ Beginald 

Cofer. Jamie Luckie, Tony Greene, A - 10,5(30. 



Game 17 

iiQ/ai Maryland 75, A/C State SO 

COLLEGE PABK, Md. - As he walked into the locker room at 
halftime, Maryland senior Drew Nicholas had mixed emotions. 

The Terrapins' leading scorer was down on himself for being blanked, 
yet he had reason to be optimistic because No. 1 Maryland trailed 
North Carolina State by only 28-27 

"Down by a point with the way I'd been playing, I felt pretty good," 
he said. "I knew I was going to get myself going." 

Nicholas hit two straight 3-pointers during a 14-0 second-half 
run, and Steve Blake scored 20 points as Maryland pulled away to a 



75-BO victory. 

Nicholas scored all 1 3 of his points after halftime as the defending 
NCAA champions solidified their hold on firet place in the Atlantic 
Coast Conference with their 1 4th straight home win over the Wolfpack. 

"We've established oureelves as the top team m the ACC," Blake 
said, "Now we need to work to stay there. We have to keep getting 
better" 

Maryland (13-4, 6-1) was clinging to 43-41 lead before finally 
busting loose. Tahj Holden started the 14-point run with two free 
throws, and Nicholas followed with successive shots fram long range, 

Nik Caner-Medley then made a layup, and four free throws made 
It 57-41 with 10 minutes left, 

Marcus Melvin had 1 5 points and Julius Hodge 1 4 for N.C, State 
(11-5, 4-2), which missed a chance to extend its winning streak to 
four and move into first place in the ACC. 

After committing six turnovers during Maryland's 1 4-point run, 
the Wolfpack battled back, A 10-0 run made it 60-54 with 5:20 to 
go, but two free threws by Blake and a basket by Caner-Medley duelled 
the comeback, 

Blake went 7-for- 1 from the field , made all four of his 3-pointere 
and had seven assists, Nicholas went 4-for-7 after halftime, including 
3-for-5 from beyond the arc, 

"Drew and Steve were terrific in the second half. They're a great 
backcoupt together," Maryland coach Gary Williams said. 

The Wolfpack scored the game's first five points and led 15-10 
before reserve forward Jamar Smith scored in the lane and Blake hit 
a lumper during a 6-0 run that gave Maryland its firet lead. 

MARYLAND 75, NC STATE 60 



Comcast Center - Jan. 30, 


2003 






— 





— 


— 




NC State 


Min FG 


3FG FT 


0-0 Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


SPts 


Hodge 


f 34 3-8 


0-4 B-9 


2-5 


7 


2 


B 


a 





2 14 


Powell 


f a6 5-B 


0-1 2-2 


0-4 


4 


2 


1 


4 


1 


a ia 


Melvin 


c 37 5-11 


4-7 1-2 


0-5 


5 


2 


a 


4 





15 


Shemli 


q 32 3-7 


2-5 0-2 


0-1 


1 


3 





2 





8 


Crawford 


q a4 1-1 


0-0 0-0 


1-1 


2 


5 


2 


B 





? ? 


MB|ia 


a 0-a 


0-1 0-0 


0-0 





1 














Bennerman 


14 1-1 


1-1 0-0 


1-0 


1 








1 





a 3 


Watkins 


26 a-6 


2-5 0-0 


0-1 


1 


4 


2 


2 





a 6 


Collins 


5 0-0 


0-0 0-0 


0-0 





3 














Team 






0-a 


a 












Totals 


200 20-44 9-2411-15 4-19 23 22 15 21 


1 


10 60 




Maryland 


Min FG 


3FG FT 


O-DRsb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


McCall 


f 19 a-3 


0-0 2-2 


0-3 


3 


3 


1 


1 


n 


2 6 


Holden 


f 30 2-4 


1-1 B-11 


1-3 


4 


3 


1 


1 


1 


a 13 


Handle 


c 23 3-7 


0-0 0-1 


3-1 


4 


3 


1 


4 





6 


Nicholas 


q 3a 4-11 


3-6 a-a 


0-2 


2 


1 


a 


4 


1 


13 


Blake 


q 37 7-10 


4-4 2-3 


0-2 


2 


1 


7 


2 





a 20 


Smith 


a6 a-9 


0-0 2-2 


4-6 


10 


1 


1 


2 


1 


6 


Gamson 


1 0-0 


0-0 0-0 


0-0 




















Gilcfinst 


7 1-1 


0-0 0-0 


0-3 


3 








2 





2 


McCnay 


4 0-0 


0-0 0-1 


0-0 

















1 


Caner-Medlei 


t 21 4-5 


0-0 1-3 


2-1 


3 


5 


3 


1 


1 


5 9 


Team 






2-0 


2 












Totals 


200 25-50 9-1117-2512-2133 17 16 17 


4 12 75 




NC State (11-5, 4-21 


28 32 




60 












Maryland (13-4, B-1) 


27 48 




75 












FG% - NC Scaffi 455, Maryland .500 3FG% - NC State 
.727, FT* - NC State 733. Maryland 6B0. Technical Fouls 
■ Mike Vl/ood. Bryan Kersey. Ed Corbett, A - 17,350, 


375, 

i ■ none. 


Maryland 
Officials 



Game 18 

[10/S] Maryland 85, Loyola 58 

COLLEGE PARK, IVId. - Maryland took a break from the rigors 
of Adantic Coast Conference play with a non-league game against a 
struggling opponent, and although the 1 0th-ranked Terrapins were 
never tested during an 85-58 raut of Loyola (Md.), the endeavor was 
certainly better than the alternative. 

"This was a good game for us. Instead of practicing from Thursday 
to Thursday, we were able to play this game today. That helps us 
instead of going after each other every day," Maryland coach Gary 
Williams said. 

Drew Nicholas scored eight of his 1 5 points during Maryland's 
game-opening 14-0 run, and the Terrapins led by as many as 30 
points in cruising to their fifth straight victory. 

Ryan Handle scored 1 7 points and Steve Blake had 1 assists for 
the Terrapins (14-4), who stretched their home winning streak to 
eight with their eighth straight win over Loyola. 

It was the final non-conference matchup of the regular season for 
the defending NCAA champions, who went B-3 outside the ACC, 

Most Importantly, the Terrapins got another win before ending 
the regular season with a run of nine straight ACC games. 

Bernard Allen led Loyola (4- 15) with 16 points. The Greyhounds, 
who committed 27 turnovers, have lost four in a row and eight of 
nine. 

Coming off an impressive 75-60 win over NC State, Maryland 



dispelled any possibility of a letdown with a torrid start. Tahj Holden 
scored off an offensive rebound and Nicholas followed with eight 
straight points, including two 3-pointers to make it 1 0-0, 

Holden then made a layup and Randle followed with a reverse 
layup before Delonnie Southall scored the Greyhounds' initial points 
on a layup with 1 5: 1 2 left in the half. 

It was 36-2 1 before a layup by Handle sparked a 1 2-2 spree that 
put Maryland up by 25. Sophomore Andre Collins fueled the run with 
two straight 3-pointers, his only points of the game. 

MARYLAND BS, LOYOLA 58 



Comcast Center - Feb. 2, 2003 


Loyola 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-0 Rsb F 


A 


T 


B 


9 Pts 


Thomas 


t ah 


a-ia 


0-1 


3-4 


5-6 


11 3 


1 


a 





fl 


Southall 


c 24 


2-5 


0-1 


0-0 


3-1 


4 4 


1 


1 


1 


4 


Jordan 


fl 35 


5-17 


1-3 


2-2 


1-a 


3 


2 


4 


n 


n 13 


Bell 


q 20 


1-5 


0-0 


0-0 


0-2 


2 


1 


6 





a 


Allen 


q 3b 


6-3 


4-4 


0-0 


a-5 


7 1 


3 


2 


n 


? 1R 


Chapman 


2 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1 











n 


Bossman 


23 


1-4 


0-2 


0-0 


2-1 


3 2 


1 


5 





2 


Dickey 


3 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 


1 








1 


D 


Hinds 


15 


1-3 


0-0 


1-2 


1-1 


2 2 





4 





3 


Chivers 


16 


y-b 


U-1 


2-2 


3-1 


4 1 


1 





1 


fi 


Alujevic 


2 


1-2 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 














3 


Team 










4-2 


B 










Totals 


2M 22-63 6-13 9-10 21-2243 14 10 27 


3 


2 SB 




Maryland 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


R 


0-0 Reb F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


McCall 


f 17 


0-3 


0-1 


0-0 


1-0 


1 


2 








1 


Holden 


f ai 


3-6 


0-0 


0-0 


3-1 


4 1 


3 


2 


1 


4 6 


Handle 


c 19 


7-9 


0-0 


3-4 


1-1 


a 1 





1 


1 


1 17 


Nicholas 


R 24 


B-11 


3-6 


0-0 


1-2 


3 a 


a 


2 





2 15 


Blake 


9 36 


3-B 


U-3 


2-2 


1-4 


5 1 


10 





1 


B 


Smith 


17 


5-6 


0-0 


0-2 


1-4 


5 1 


1 


3 


2 


10 


Collins 


6 


2-4 


2-3 


0-0 


0-1 


1 











6 


Gamson 


19 


4-7 


0-1 


0-1 


1-a 


3 4 








2 


B 


Gilchnst 


12 


G-2 


0-1 


1-2 


1-1 


2 1 


3 








1 1 


McCray 


16 


3-B 


1-4 


0-0 


^■2 


4 


4 


1 





2 7 


Henry 


2 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 














a 


Gnnnon 


a 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 

















Caner-Medley 


19 


2-4 


0-1 


1-2 


0-2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


2 5 


Team 










2-0 


2 










Totals 


200 36-69 6-21 7-13 


14-203411 26 10 


8 13 85 




Loyola (4-15) 






26 


32 




58 










Maryland (14-4) 




50 


35 




85 










FG* ■ Loyola .343. Maryland ,529. 3FG* - Loyo 
- Loyola .BOO, Maryland ,538. Technical Fouls - 
Leslie Jones, Keith Maxwell, A - 17,578. 


la 462. Maryland .286. FT* 
none. Officials - Duke Edsall. 



Game 13 

Virginia 8B, cb/bi Maryland 78 

COLLEGE PARK, Md, -Reserve Devin Smith scored 17 points 
and keyed a 1 6-0 second-half run as Virginia erased a 1 2-point deficit 
and stunned No. 8 Maryland, 86-78. 

Down 65-53 with 1 2:50 remaining, the Cavaliere appeared headed 
to their 10th straight defeat at Maryland. But Smith sparked the 
improbable comeback, twice hitting successive 3-pointere to spark 
Virginia to its first Atlantic Coast Conference read win of the season, 

Travis Watson had 1 5 points and 1 rebounds for the Cavaliere 
(13-7,4-4), 

Ryan Randle scored 1 7 for the Terrapins (14-5, 6-2), whose five- 
game winning streak ended In surprise fashion. The defending NCAA 
champions had won 1 4 straight ACC home games and were unbeaten 
at home against Virginia since 1 993. Drew Nicholas and Steve Blake 
became the 3Bth and 39th players In Maryland history to surpass 
1 ,000 career points, Nicholas scored 20 for a 1 ,007 total and Blake 
had 12 for 1,001 points. 

The Cavaliers trailed by 1 2 before Smith hit two straight from 
beyond the are, Maryland then went up by 1 before Virginia began 
Its decisive run, 

Watson scored inside and Smith hit two straight 3-pointers before 
Jermaine Harper put the Cavaliers up for good with a 3, Elton Brown 
then made a layup, and Harper capped the burst with a 3-pointer to 
make it 75-89 with 3:56 to go, 

Down 49-47 at halftime, the Terrapns used the inside play of 
Randle to regain the lead. The senior center scored on a follow, then 
made a layup before Tah| Holden scored on a tip-in, Randle capped the 
8-0 spurt with a lumper in the lane to put Maryland up by six. 

After going 1 B-for-29 from the field before halftime, Virginia missed 
its first five shots of the second half. Aft^r Smith ended the drought, 
Randle answered with a layup and Nicholas made a three-point play to 
make it 58-49, 

Minutes later, Blake reached the 1 ,DOD-point plateau with a 3- 
pointer and Holden followed with a driving layup for a 65-53 lead, 

Virginia played well early, getting four points apiece from Watson 
and JasonClarkina14-5 run thatmade it 17-11. Minutes later, the 
Cavaliers reeled off 1 straight points to go up 28- 1 6, 



/■/■/^ig»fc 



i-ij.u.i.i_-ijj]jiiji ^of^.a^ 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 
Final Four '2001, 2003 
Sweet Sixteen • 1394, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances > 1994. 1995, 1996, 1997. 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 



2003 fip 



Maryland coach Gary Williams called a timeout in the midst of the 
run. seeking to settle a defense that permitted Virginia to make 1 
of Its first 14 shots. 

But the trend continued when Smith hit a 3-pointer to make it 
33-90. IVIaryland then went on a 17-2 run to temporarily regain the 
lead, Nicholas capped the surge with a 3-pointer giving him exactly 
1 ,000 points for his career. 



VIRGINIA 86 


MARYLAND 78 
















Comcast Center - Feb, S, 2003 


Virsinia 


Min F6 


3FG 


FT 


0-0 Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


Clark 


f IB 2-2 


D-0 


0-0 


2-2 4 


3 











1 4 


Watson 


f 37 7-14 


0-1 


1-4 


1-9 10 


2 


3 


5 





4 15 


Brown 


c 2B 3-8 


2-3 


2-2 


0-5 5 


4 


3 


3 





2 10 


Byars 


fl 17 a-3 


1-1 


0-0 


2-0 2 


3 


2 


1 


1 


5 


Billet 


g 3B 2-7 


2-B 


3-B 


0-a 2 


1 


B 


4 





9 


Vender Laan 


17 3-5 


G-0 


1-1 


5-1 S 


5 


1 


2 


1 


7 


Mapp 


19 1-5 


0-2 


9-10 


1-0 1 





1 


a 


1 


11 


Harper 


12 2-2 


2-2 


2-2 


0-2 2 


1 


1 


1 





8 


Smith 


IB B-11 


5-7 


0-0 


0-4 4 


1 





1 





1 17 


Team 








2-2 4 






1 






Totals 


800 8B-5718'S81B-8513<B74asa 19 80 


3 


8 86 




Maryland 


Min FG 


3FG 


FT 


O-D Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


McCall 


f 22 0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-3 3 


1 


4 








1 


Holder 


f as 4-7 


1-3 


2-2 


1-1 2 


4 


1 





2 


11 


Randle 


c 35 7-19 


0-0 


37 


4-2 B 


a 


1 


2 


1 


2 17 


Nicholas 


a 29 B-15 


3-9 


5-5 


0-4 4 


2 


6 


2 





2 20 


Blake 


p 37 4-10 


2-4 


2-4 


2-0 a 


4 


5 


6 





2 12 


Smith 


4 0-1 


0-0 


D-0 


0-0 








1 


2 





Garrison 


12 2-4 


0-0 


0-0 


0-3 3 


3 





1 





4 


Gilchrist 


12 2-4 


1-1 


0-0 


2-1 3 


2 


1 


1 





2 5 


McCray 


3 1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


1-1 a 


3 











a 


Caner-Medley 


18 2-B 


0-0 


3-4 


5-2 7 


3 


1 


1 





1 7 


Team 








1-3 4 












Totals 


800 88.67 7-171S-88 16-8036 84 19 14 


5 10 78 




Virainial13-7, 4-41 


47 


39 


- BB 












Maryland (14-5, B-a 


45 


33 


■ 78 












FG% - Virginia ,491, Maryland ,418 SFG* - Vrgiria ,545, Mar/land ,412, 
FT% • Virginia ,720, Maryland BB2 Technical Fouls - Maryland (Holder), Offi- 
cials ■ Larry Rose, Bryan Kersey, Steve Gordon, A - 1 7,950. 



Game SO 

Georgia Tech 30, ib/bi Maryland 84 

ATLANTA, Ga. - Jarrett Jack banked in a crucial 3-pointer with 
39 seconds remaining and Georgia Tech handed No, B Maryland its 
second straight loss, beating the Terrapins 90-B4, 

Jack, a freshman point guard, scored a career-high 20 points and 
ran an offense that became the first this season to reach 90 points 
against Maryland's high-intensity defense. 

The Terrapins (1 4-B, 6-3 ACQ lost for the second straight game, 
coming on the heels of an 86-78 defeat at home to Virginia, 

Georgia Tech (1 2-8, 5-4) continued its Jekyll-and-Hyde season by 
improving to 1 1-D at Alexander Coliseum, The Yellow Jackets have 
yet to win a road game, picking up their other win at a neutral site. 

B.J, Elder led Georgia Tech with 23 points, including two key bas- 
kets that stemmed Maryland runs in the second half, 

Georgia Tech took command with a 1 4-0 run in the first half and 
stretched the margin to as many as 1 3 points before Maryland be- 
gan chipping away. The Terrapins closed to 82-80 on a 3-pointer by 
Drew Nicholas with 1:12 remaining, Nicholas finished with a team- 
high 1 8 points. 

With the shot clock running down. Jack banked in a straightaway 
3-pointer to give the Yellow Jackets some breathing room. The fresh- 
man, whose previous high was 1 6 points, added a free throw with 25 
seconds left and Anthony McHenry finished off the Terps with a slam. 

The latest player in Georgia Tech's proud point guard tradition 
sparked the 14-0 run with his best basket of the game. Jack flipped 
in a shot high off the backboard, despite getting knocked to the floor 
by Travis Garrison, and made the free throw for a three-point play 
that tied the game at 22, 

GEOnCIA TECH 90, MARYLAND B4 



Alexander Men 


or 


al Coliseum - 
Min FG 


Feb, 9, SGQ3 


















Marybnd 


3FG FT 


0-0 Reb 


F 


A 


T 


8 


S 


Pts 


McCall 


t 


6 a-2 


D-0 D-D 


1-1 


a 


3 


1 


D 








4 


Randle 


f 


84 B-13 


D-D 2-3 


2-4 


B 


a 





a 


1 


1 


14 


Holder 


c 


33 5-10 


D-1 Dl 


3-B 


4 


3 


1 


3 


1 


2 


10 


Nicholas 


q 


32 B-ig 


3-a 3-3 


1-3 


4 


1 


1 


a 


D 


1 


IB 


Blake 


fl 


3B 4-11 


2-7 D-0 


a-1 


3 


4 


B 


a 


D 


1 


10 


SmMi 




11 27 


D-0 1-a 


a-D 


2 


2 





1 





D 


5 


Gamson 




11 0-a 


Dl 2-2 


1-2 


3 


3 


1 


1 


D 


D 


a 


Gilchnst 




8 2-2 


D-0 D-0 


1-1 


a 


1 


1 


a 





D 


4 


McCray 




13 1-3 


1-a DO 


0-2 


2 


2 





1 


1 


D 


3 


Caner-Medley 




aB 714 


D-a D-0 


6-D 


B 


3 


3 


1 





4 


14 


Team 








3-1 


4 














Tbtals 




800 35-B3 


6.81 8-11 


81-17 38 84 IB IS 


3 


9 


B4 





Gecrgia Tech Min FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-0 Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 8 


Pts 


Elder f 33 9- IB 


0-3 


5-6 


1-0 1 


a 


3 


a 


2 


23 


Nelson f 33 2-7 


0-D 


5-6 


aio 12 


a 


D 


3 


1 D 


9 


Bosh c 27 3-B 


1-a 


3-4 


47 11 


4 


D 


4 


5 D 


ID 


Jack p 35 6-9 


1-1 


7-9 


D-3 3 


3 


8 


5 


3 


20 


Lewis p 31 4-7 


3-4 


5-5 


1-1 a 





2 


1 


1 


IB 


Muhammad 18 4-4 


D-D 


0-1 


Dl 1 


a 


a 


1 


1 1 


8 


Schenscher 13 1-a 


D-D 


0-D 


D-3 3 


1 


D 


2 


D 


2 


Brooks 4 D-0 


D-D 


0-D 


D-a a 


1 





D 


D 





McHenry B 1-1 


CD 


0-D 


D-0 


3 


1 


1 


1 


a 


Team 






1-1 a 












Totals 800 30.B4 


S-IO 85-31 


9.8B 37 18 


16 


19 


7 8 


90 




Mar/land 114-6,8-31 


34 


5D 


■ B4 












Georgia Tech lia-B, 5-4) 42 4B ■ 90 
FG% - Mar/land ,422. Georgia Tech .558 3FG% - Maryland ,aBB, Georgia Tech .500. 
FWb - Maryland ,7a7, Georgia Tech BOB Technical Fcule - none. Officials - John 
Clougherty, Olandis Poole, Roger Ayres, A - 9, 1 91 , 



Game S1 

[1B/1SJ Maryland 74, 

Florida State 7S 

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Maryland coach Gary Williams loves hav- 
ing a senior point guard on the court in close road games. Steve 
Blake, scored Maryland's final seven points, including four free throws 
in the final 17,5 seconds, as the 16th-ranked Terrapins rebounded 
from two straight losses with a 74-72 victory at Florida State. 

"There is no one better when the game gets tough,' Williams said, 
"When the game is on the line, he's there for us." 

Blake, who finished with 1 5 points, made a 3-pointer from the 
comer to break a 67-67 tie with 2:36 left and then clinched the win 
with his clutch free throws, 

"I wanted to shoot those free throws," Blake said. "I'd rather have 
the blame on me if we missed," 

Maryland (1 5-B, 7-3 AGO was leading the league until successive 
losses last week to Virginia and Georgia Tech. 

"After the last two games, our confidence was not good," Williams 
said. "This was a big win for the rest of the season." 

The Terps, who trail AGO leader Wake Forest by a game in the 
loss column, shot |ust 38,3 percent from the field, but hit SO of 23 
free throws. 

Florida State (11-10, 2-8 AGO got within a point at 70-69 on 
Todd Galloway's layup with 17.5 seconds left and Blake was fouled on 
the inbounds pass before any time could go off the clock 

Blake hit both free throws for a 72-69 lead and was fouled again 
with 4.9 seconds remaining after a missed Florida State shot. He 
again hit both tries as Maryland went ahead 74-69, 

MARYLAND 74, FLORIDA STATE 78 



I^mmyi^nd mkn^ ^askemm^ 



scored 1 9 as the Terrapins handed the Demon Deacons their most 
lopsided loss of the season, 90-57, in a game delayed by a day be- 
cause of a blizzard. 

Fearing that most fans would be unable to attend the game be- 
cause of a storm that dumped more than two feet of snow in the 
area, Maryland athletic director Debbie Yow spent much of the morn- 
ing trying to push the game back to next month. 

But the Terrapins were eager to get on the court and avenge an 
81-72 loss at Wake Forest last month. 

Ryan Randle had 1 3 points and 1 3 rebounds for Maryland (16-6, 
8-31, which wrestled away the top spot in the ACC from Wake Forest 
(17-4, 7-31 in convincing fashion. 

Wake Forest, which led the nation in rebounding differential (plus 
12,51, was outrebounded for the first time this season, 44-24, 

The defending NCAA champions have won seven of eight overall 
against the Demon Deacons and five straight at home. 

The Demon Deacons were hoping to build on Thursday's double- 
overtime victory over Duke. But after cutting a 1 7-point deficit to six 
in the second half. Wake Forest made only one basket in the final 1 
minutes. 

The Comcast Center - which seats 17,950 - was nearly filled, 
even though the game was hastily rescheduled from Sunday night. 
The starting time of 5 p.m. was not announced until well after noon 
on Monday, 

It turned out to be a lost three-day weekend for the Demon Dea- 
cons, who beat the snow but were stuck in their College Park hotel 
waiting to learn if the first-place showdown would take place. 

Up by 1 at halftime. Maryland used a 3-pointer by Tah| Holden 
and baskets by Randle and Mcfiall at the outset of the second half to 
make It 48-31. 



Tallahessee Leon County Civic C 


:enter 


-Feb. 


18,80 


03 












Maryland 


M,n FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-0 


Reb 


F 


A 


T 


8 


S Pte 


C3:,^ :.. 


: 4 


Da 


0-0 


a-a 


4 


3 





D 


D 





Ranoie 


r dc 3-B 


Dl 


4-4 


a-B 


B 


3 


1 


1 


1 


3 10 


Holden 


c 31 a-8 


1-3 


6-6 


27 


9 


4 


a 


1 


D 


a 11 


Nichote 


q 34 714 


3-5 


3-5 


oa 


a 


2 


3 


a 


D 


D ao 


Blake 


g 35 3-9 


3-4 


6-6 


2-3 


5 


3 


4 


3 


D 


1 15 


Smith 


15 a-4 


D-0 


1-a 


a-D 


a 


2 





D 


a 


5 


Gamson 


5 1-1 


D-0 


D-0 


0-1 


1 


1 





2 


1 


1 a 


McCall 


21 3-7 


Da 


D-D 


07 


7 


1 


3 


a 


D 


1 B 


Gilchnst 


ID 1-3 


D-0 


D-0 


CD 


D 


D 


3 


D 


D 


2 


McCray 


4 1-2 


1-a 


D-0 


CD 


D 


1 


1 


D 


D 


3 


Team 








1-1 


a 












TctalB 


800 83-60 


8-19 80-83 11-89 40 80 


17 


11 


4 


a 74 




Florida State 


Min FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-0 Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


Joiner 


f 19 1-5 


D-a 


DC 


1-D 


1 


a 


3 


1 


D 


1 a 


Richardson 


t 34 a-7 


D-a 


5-6 


3-2 


5 


2 


1 


3 


3 


1 9 


Waleskowski 


c 22 D-5 


Dl 


a-a 


1-a 


3 


D 


3 


3 


a 


1 a 


Johnson 


q 3a 4-8 


4S 


a-3 


&5 


5 


1 


a 





D 


1 14 


Pickett 


q 28 3-12 


2-7 


4-4 


1-5 


6 


5 


a 


a 


1 


D 12 


Galloway 


a7 3-B 


S-3 


a-a 


D-a 


a 


a 


D 


1 


D 


1 ID 


Hanrev 


25 913 


D-D 


1-3 


3-7 


ID 


3 


1 


1 


D 


2 19 


Callier 


11 1-a 


D-1 


D-D 


1-1 


a 





1 


1 


D 


D 2 


Mathews 


ia 1-a 


D-D 


Dl 


DO 


D 


1 


D 


1 


2 


D 2 


Team 








ai 


3 












Tbtsis 


800 84-68 


8-81 16-81 


18-85 37 16 


13 


13 


8 


7 78 




Maryland (15-6. 7-31 


3B 


36 




74 












Florida Stated 1-10 a-B) 


33 


39 




72 












FG* ■ Mar()and 383, Flonda State 387 3FG% - Maryland .431 , Ftonda State ,381 . 
FI% ■ Maryland B7D, Florida State 7Ba Technicel Fouls - Maryland IHoldenl, Officials 
- Lan^ Rose, Reggie Cofer, Jamie Luckie. A - 7,436 



Game SS 

[13/13] Maryland 90, 

[ia/iij Wake Forest B7 

COLLEGE PARK, Md, - A strange afternoon worked out per- 
fectly for No. 13 Maryland, which stormed past lOth-ranked Wake 
Forest to take over first place in the Atlantic Coast Conference. 

Steve Blake had 21 points and nine assists, and Drew Nicholas 



MARYLAND 90 


WAKE FOREST 67 
















Comcast Canter 


-Fab. 17, 


8003 


















Wake Forest 


Min FG 


3FG 


FT 


O-D Reb F 


A 


T 


B 


SPts 


Howarti f 


35 6-16 


2-5 


6-7 


2-2 


4 4 


1 


a 


3 


1 


ao 


Levy f 


34 3-B 


1-a 


3-3 


a-4 


B 4 


B 








1 


10 


Oanelius f 


27 5-11 


1-3 


0-0 


2-3 


5 5 





3 


a 





11 


Wlliams. E. c 


15 1-1 


0-0 


4-6 


0-0 


4 





1 





1 


B 


Downey q 


35 2-7 


1-4 


1-2 


0-2 


2 1 


7 


1 





1 


6 


Ellis 14 


D-0 0-0 


1-2 


0-1 


1 


1 


a 








1 




Gray 


25 a-9 


1-5 


1-2 


1-1 


2 4 





2 





2 


6 


Benken 


2 0-1 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 




















Williams. A, 


1 0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 




















Joyce 


3 0-2 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


1 

















Strickland 


9 1-a 


1-2 


4-4 


0-0 


2 











1 


7 


Team 








3-1 


4 












Totals 


800 80-57 7-8380-8610-1484 86 14 11 


5 


7 


67 




Maryland 


Min FG 


3FG 


FT 


O-D Reb F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


Caner-Medley f 


13 2-2 


1-1 


oc 


2-2 


4 4 


1 


1 








5 


Holden f 


as 3-5 


1-2 


B-9 


0-3 


3 2 


2 


2 


1 





15 


Randle c 


29 6-11 


0-0 


1-2 


5-8 


13 a 


1 


1 


4 


1 


13 


Nicholas g 


34 B-14 


3-7 


4-4 


1-3 


4 a 


2 


2 





1 


19 


Blake g 


34 4-10 


1-4 12-13 


0-4 


4 3 


9 


3 





1 


ai 


Smith 


10 1-a 


0-0 


0-0 


0-a 


a a 





2 








a 


Collins 


1 0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 




















Gamson 


10 1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


D-1 


1 4 





1 


a 





a 


McCall 


as 4-10 


1-4 


0-0 


4-3 


7 2 


2 


1 





3 


9 


Gilchnst 


6 1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


OC 

















a 


McCray 


B 0-0 


0-0 


2-2 


0-a 


2 1 














2 


Grinnon 


1 0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 




















Team 








3-1 


4 












Totals 


300 88-56 7-1887.3015-8944 88 17 13 


7 


6 


90 




Wake Forest 11 7-4, 7-31 




31 


36 


- 67 












Maryland 116-6,8-3) 




41 


49 


■ 90 













FG% ■ Wake Forest ,351 , Mar/land .500. 3FG% - Wake Forest ,304. Mary- 
land 389, FT* ■ Wake Forest ,769. Maryland .900. Technical Fouls - none. 
Officials - Karl Hess. Steve Gordon. Bernard Clinton, A - 14.222. 



Game S3 

18/8] Ouke 7S, [13/131 Maryland 70 

DUPHAM, N.C. - Dahntay Jones scored 21 points and J.J, Redick 
added 1 7 as the eighth-ranked Blue Devils ran their winning streak in 
Cameron Indoor Stadium to 26 straight with a 75-70 victor; over 
No. 13 Maryland, 

After a rough few vreeks. Duke (18-4. 8-41 is Bed with the defending 
national champipn Terrapins (1 6-7. 8-41 for second place in tfne Atlantic 
Coast Conference with four league games remaining. 

The Terrapins beat Duke 87-72 on Jan. 18 by dominating the 
second half. But this time around it was the Blue Devils who closed 
the deal in the final minutes after leading 37-33 at halftime. 

Steve Blake missed a contested 3-pointer with 2 seconds left 
that could have tied it for the Terrapins, but he threw up an air ball 
and Redick closed it out with two free throws. 

Sheldon Williams also came up big for the Blue Devils. The freshmen 
had three points in 1 3 minutes in the first meeting between the last 
two national champs, but Williams showed Maryland's experienced big 
men early that he had matured. He finished with 1 3 points. 1 1 



a^r=^d^ .=,f ar,^l^^^.-.).\J.)^l.im.\.t.\MM 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four ' 2001 . 2002 

Sweet Sixteen < 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances ' 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002. 2003 



Maryland Men's BasketbattLl m J 




rebounds and six of Duke's season-high 1 3 blocked shots. 

Tah] Holden led Maryland with a career-high 18 points, but Drew 
Nicholas, who scored 94 against Duke a manth ago, was held to 
eight. 

Each team started slowly in the second half before Duke went up 
B7-57 with 5:49 left as Redick made twd long 3-pointers and Jones 
had a three-point play in a span of 1 :47. 

But the only team with a winning ACC road record coming in 
would make one last stand, pulling within two with 3:18 remaining, 
Jones then made two free throws and Daniel Ewing nailed a 3-pointer 
with 2 seconds left on the shot clock to give Duke a 73-BB lead, 

Duke was guarding a three-point lead in the final 45 seconds and 
tried to run the clock down, but Ewing lost it in the lane, setting up 
Blake's final shot that came up short. 

DUKE 75, MARYLAND 70 



MAPYLAND 9E, NORTH CAROLINA 56 



Cameron Indoor S 


tedium - Feb 
Min FG 


19,! 
3FG 


003 
















MaryM 


FT 


D-D Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


Caner-Msdiey f 


= ' ^-S 


_ ' 


a-3 


0-2 


2 


2 


3 








3 6 


Handle f 


29 B-IO 


D-0 


0-0 


4-3 


7 


3 


2 


4 





2 12 


Holden c 


32 B-10 


1-2 


5-5 


0-5 


5 


4 





2 


3 


18 


Nicholas q 


31 3-10 


1-3 


1-3 


1-1 


2 


1 











2 B 


Blake q 


37 2-10 


2-5 


B-B 


2-5 


7 





9 


3 


1 


12 


Smth 


11 1-3 


0-0 


2-3 


1-3 


4 


3 


1 








4 


Gamson 


6 0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 


1 


1 








1 





McCall 


19 2-5 


2-3 


2-2 


0-2 


2 


3 


1 








1 8 


Gilchnst 


4 0-1 


0-0 


0-D 


1-1 


2 


1 


1 


1 








McCrav 


10 1-3 


D-1 


0-0 


1-0 


1 


2 





1 





2 


Team 








2-2 


4 






1 






Totals 


SOO S3.5S 


B.15 K-ZS 13-85 37 80 


17 


18 


5 


B 70 




Duka 


MIn F6 


SFG 


FT 


D-D Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


Mliiarc t 


35 B-12 


0-0 


1-4 


B-5 


11 


3 





2 


B 


2 13 


Jones f 


35 B-18 


0-2 


5-7 


4-2 


B 


4 


3 


2 





1 21 


Sanders c 


17 2-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2-7 


9 


4 


3 


1 


3 


4 


Redick q_ 


29 5-14 


4-9 


3-4 


0-1 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 


17 


Duhon g 


38 2-7 


2-5 


0-0 


0-4 


4 


3 


3 








1 B 


Horvath 


IB 1-5 


0-3 


0-D 


2-2 


4 





1 








n 9 


E»,ng 


20 2-a 


1-3 


1-2 


1-1 


2 








3 


2 


6 


Dockenv 


2 0-0 


Q-0 


0-0 


0-0 





2 





2 








Randolph 


B 2-2 


0-0 


2-2 


0-3 


3 


3 








1 


B 


Team 








3-0 


3 












Totals 


800 aB.6S 


7-88 18-19 18-85 43 81 


18 


11 


13 


4 75 




Mar/iandMB-7, B-41 


33 


37 




70 












Duke [18-4, B-41 




37 


3B 




75 












FG%- Maryland 397, Duke 412 aFG%-Ma^and ,400. Duke .31B. FTk-Mar/land 
81B, Duke ,632 Technical Fouls ■ noie Officials ■ Duke Edsall, Tony Greene, John 
Cahill. A-9.314. 



Game S4 

[13/131 Maryland 9B, North Carolina SB 

COLLEGE PARK, Md, - Beating North Carolina is no longer a 
big deal for Maryland. 

The defending NCAA champion Terrapins are now among the 
nation's elite, while the once-mighty Tar Heels are in the midst of a 
major rebuilding effort. 

Yet, given the events leading up to this ACC game, it was almost 
impossible to envision a blowout of record-breaking proportions, 

Steve Blake scored 1 8 points and Drew Nicholas had 1 7 as No, 
1 3 Maryland concluded a demanding week by crushing North Carolina 
98-56, the second-most lopsided ACC victory in school history, 

Ryan Randle scored 1 B points for the Terrapins, who have won 
four straight against North Carolina for the first time since 193D- 
32, It was Maryland's largest margin of victory in the 79-year series, 
eclipsing the 33-point blowout the Terps enioyed at home last season. 

The most surprising aspect of the rout was that it was Maryland's 
third game in six days. The Terrapins (17-7, 9-4) beat No, 1 G Wake 
Forest at home Monday in a game delayed by snow, then lost on the 
road against No. 8 Duke on Wednesday before rebounding to beat 
the Tar Heels (14-12, 4-8) for the fifth time in seven tries. 

North Carolina's arrival at the Comcast Center was delayed by a 
torrential ram, but coach Matt Doherty said that had nothing to do 
with the resounding defeat, which matched the thrt-worst m UNC 
history, 

Maryland had previously recorded twd 4Q-point wins in ACC play, 
the last one a 99-59 rout of South Carolina in 1 958. The victory 
moved the Terrapins within percentage points of first-place Wake 
Forest in the ACC. 

Maryland let a 13-point halftime lead dwindle to 47-40 befdre 
Blake scored seven points in a 13-2 run that gave the Terrapins 
some breathing room. 

After the Tar Heels closed to 82-47, freshman John Gilchrist hit 
a runner in the lane, Jamar Smith slammed home an alley-oop pass 
from Calwn McCall, and Andre Collins and Randle made layups to 
start a 1 4-0 spurt that put the Terrapins up by 29, 

Melvin Scott scored 12 points and Rashad McCants had 1 1 for 
North Carolina, 1 -6 on the road in the conference this season. 



Comcast Cent 


r - Feb. 
Min 


a2,2C 
FG 


03 
















North Carolina 


3FG 


FT 


0-D Rab F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


Wlliams 


t 3U 


4-11 


0-5 


0-0 


1-5 


6 2 


6 


1 


1 


R 


McCants 


t 24 


5-11 


0-3 


1-2 


1-1 


2 3 





2 





2 11 


Noel 


f 26 


1-9 


1-2 


0-0 


1-2 


3 3 


4 


2 


1 


2 3 


f=elton 


q 32 


3-10 


2-7 


D-0 


1-1 


2 3 


2 


4 





1 8 


Manuel 


fl ya 


3-9 


0-1 


3-4 


4-2 


B 


1 


2 





1 9 


Scott 


aa 


4-lU 


4-1U 


0-0 


0-2 


2 1 





4 





12 


Holmes 


6 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 


0-D 

















Grant 


12 


1-5 


0-0 


9-5 


3-2 


5 D 





2 


1 


5 


Sanders 


14 


U-3 


0-0 


0-0 


3-2 


5 1 





2 


2 


2 


Johnson 


1U 


02 


0-2 


0-0 


0-1 


1 1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Team 










0-0 













Totals 


800 81-64 


7-31 


7-11 


14-1B38 14 


14 80 


6 


9 56 




Maryland 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


O-D Rab F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


Caner-Medley 


t 12 


2-3 


1-2 


0-D 


0-5 


5 2 


2 







2 5 


Holden 


f 27 


0-2 


0-0 


0-1 


0-1 


1 2 


1 




5 


1 


Randle 


c 25 


7-11 


0-U 


2-2 


4-3 


7 3 


2 


2 





3 IB 


Nicholas 


q 29 


B-12 


3-B 


2-2 


0-1 


1 2 


7 


1 





17 


Blake 


q 29 


/-ID 


4-4 


0-2 


1-2 


3 2 


B 


5 





1 IB 


Smith 


15 


4-4 


D-U 


0-1 


1-3 


4 1 


1 


1 


1 


2 8 


Collins 


lU 


4-6 


0-1 


0-1 


1-0 


1 


3 


1 





4 9 


(3amson 


B 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-4 


4 1 


1 








2 


McCall 


17 


2-3 


0-1 


2-2 


2-4 


6 1 


2 








B 


Gitehret 


14 


5-9 


1-1 


0-1 


4-5 


9 2 


1 


3 


1 


1 11 


McCrav 


9 


U-1 


0-U 


0-0 


0-0 


1 














Henry 


4 


1-3 


0-0 


0-0 


1-2 


3 1 











2 


Gnnnon 


4 


1-4 


1-2 


0-0 


1-0 


1 1 











3 


Team 










1-2 


3 










Tot^ 


800 40-69 10-17 6-18 


16-38 46 19 8B 


15 


7 


14 9B 




North Carolina (14-12, 4-81 


92 


24 




56 










Mar/landl17-7 9-41 




45 


51 




98 










FG% - North Carolina 328, Maryland 580 SFGHb - Honh Carolina .226, 
588, en ■ North Carolina B36. Maryland 500 Technical Fouls - none. 
John Clouqherty, Tom Lopes, Pat Adams. A ■ 1 7,950. 


Maryland 
Officials- 



MARYLAND 91, CLEM60N 58 



Game SS 

[14/14J Maryland 91, Clemsan SS 

COLLEGE PARK, Md, -Maryland capped its first season in the 
Comcast Center with its best shooting performance of the year 

The 1 4th-ranked Terrapins pulled away from a five-point halftime 
lead to a 91 -52 victory over Clemson in their final home game of the 
season. 

Ryan Randle sccred IB points, Steve Blake added 14 and Drew 
Nicholas and Jamar Smith each had 1 3 for the Terrapins (18-7, 10- 
4 Atlantic Coast Conference), who have won four of five overall and 
beaten Clemsbn 1 1 straight times. 

The defending natinnal champions shot a season-best 83 percent 
from the field and took possession of second place in the ACC, 
percentage points behind No, 12 Wake Forest and one-half game 
ahead of No, 8 Duke. 

Sharrod Ford had 1 2 points and 1 1 rebounds and Edward Scott 
added 1 1 points for the Tigers (1 5-9, 5-8). who tied a seasen low by 
shboting 31 percent and saw a three-game winning streak halted. 

Maryland opened the second half with a 27-4 run to pull away 
from the five-point lead. 

The Terrapins were 12-of-20 from 3-point range and moved 
Williams within one victory of 500 for his career The Terrapins finished 
their inaugural season at Comcast Center with a 14-2 record. 

Coming off a 98-58 home rout of North Carolina on Baturday, 
Maryland recorded its largest margin of victory over Clemson since a 
40-point win on Dec, 4, 1 953. The Terrapins also whipped conference- 
leading Wake Forest at home on Feb. 17 and Inst a road game to 
Duke two days later. 

Randle had 10 points m the first half and Maryland used a 21-4 
run in taking a 38-31 halftime lead. 

Clemson, leading the ACC In field goal percentage, started 5-fcr- 
22 and had only one field goal in a 1(3:27 span midway thrdugh the 
first half. 

The Tigers topk an 11-9 lead witti 1 5:05 left in ttie half, but 
Blake's long 3-ppinter started the Terrapins' big run. Smith scored 
eight points during the burst, including a dunk off a baseline bounce 
pass from Blake. 

But Blake and Randle dominated the opening minutes of the second 
half, when Maryland quickly opened a 45-39 lead with a 1 3-2 run, 
Randle scored on two lams - one off an outlet pass from Nicholas - 
and Blake made three 3-pointers. 

Blake's 3s started a streak of six consecutive by the Terrapins, 
whp hit eight of their first 1 shots from the field in the second half. 



Comcast Cent 


ar-Feb.auO 
Min FG 


03 


















Clemson 


3FG 


FT 


D-D Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pta 


Babalola 


f 25 


1-5 


1-3 


2-2 


0-1 


1 


3 


1 


2 





2 R 


Hobbs 


f 20 


27 


0-0 


D-0 


2-3 


5 


3 


1 


1 





1 4 


Ford 


c 25 


4-/ 


0-0 


4-B 


5-B 


11 


3 





1 


1 


12 


Scott 


q 94 


b-1B 


1-5 


0-0 


2-2 


4 


1 


5 


4 





4 11 


Christie 


q 23 


3-13 


0-4 


4-5 


2-2 


4 


1 








1 


10 


Betko 


13 


0-1 


0-D 


0-0 


0-0 











D 


n 





Nagys 


12 


1-2 


D-0 


0-1 


0-2 


2 


1 





1 





D 2 




13 


9-4 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 


1 


2 





2 


1 


B 


Robinson 


21 


1-6 


0-2 


0-1 


2-1 


9 


2 


3 


2 





1 2 


AkingtHia 


9 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 


1 


2 





1 


1 


n n 


Douglas 


5 


U-2 


0-0 


DO 


0-1 


1 








2 








Team 










1-0 


1 












Totals 


800 80-63 


8-14 10-15 14-80 34 IB 


10 16 


4 


B 58 




Maryland 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


O-D Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pti 


McCall 


f 22 


9-4 


2-3 


1-2 


3-3 


B 


1 


4 








2 a 


Holden 


f 24 


2-3 


1-1 


0-1 


1-9 


4 


2 


2 


2 


4 


5 


Randle 


c 22 


5-10 


0-0 


B-a 


1-5 


B 


3 


1 








1 IB 


Ntholas 


q 21 


4-8 


4-7 


1-2 


0-3 


3 


2 


5 


3 





1 13 


Blake 


q 29 


5-8 


4-5 


0-0 


0-4 


4 





7 


4 





14 


Smith 


15 


6-/ 


0-0 


1-2 


0-4 


4 


2 





1 


2 


? 13 


Collins 


11 


2-4 


1-2 


0-1 


0-0 








3 


1 





5 


Gamson 


13 


2-2 


0-0 


0-2 


0-2 


2 


2 


1 





1 


1 4 


Gilchrist 


16 


4-b 


0-1 


0-1 


0-2 


2 


2 


4 


2 





1 B 


McCray 


9 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


D 

















Henry 


3 


U-1 


0-0 


0-0 


D-D 





1 











n 




3 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 


1 


1 


1 








1 


Caner-Medley 


13 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-2 


2 


3 


1 





2 


2 


Team 










0-2 


2 






1 






Ibtals 


800 34-54 18-8011-19 


5-31 


36 19 89 


14 


9 


9 91 




Clemson (15-9, 5-9) 




31 


21 




52 












Maryland (18-7, 10-4) 




36 


55 




91 












FG*- Clemson 317, Maryland B30 SFGUi 
Clemson .667, Maryland .579. Technical Fouls 
tine, 9teve Gordon. A -17,950, 


Clemson 143 
none. Offkaals 


Maryland BOO. FT* - 
Larry Rose, Ted Valen- 



Game SB 

ti"*/i4i Maryland B8, NC State BS 

RALEIGH, N.C. -All the Maryland players could do was laugh af- 
ter making coach Gary Williams sweat out career victory No. 500. 

Drew l\]icholas hit a 3-pointer with 1 .5 seconds left to give Williams 
his milestone win and No. 1 4 Maryland a 68-65 victory over North 
Carolina State. 

"We wanted to make it close and make him sweat a lot more than 
normal.' said Tah| Holden. who scored a career-high 20 points. 

The Terrapins (19-7. 11-4) trailed by 1 1 with 8:51 left before 
going on a 2 1 -7 run to close it out and move a half -game behind ACC- 
leading Wake Forest with a game left, 

Nicholas added 1 7 points as Maryland beat the Wolfpack fpr the 
ninth time in the last 10 meetings in Raleigh, 

Wolfpack coach Herb Sendek said several of his players had been 
battling the flu all week, including leading scorer Julius Hodge, vrfid 
was held to 1 2 points on 2-for-B shooting. 

Nicholas and 9teve Blake were puiet most of the night until the 
final stages as Maryland shot 52 percent in the second half. 

Blake's only two points tied the score at 83 with 2:14 left and 
Nichclas was mobbed by his teammates after his winning shot over 
Scooter Sherrill, who led NC State with 14 points. 

The Wolfpack (15-10, 8-8) tied it with 15 seconds left on a 12- 
footer by Marcus Melvin and then called a timeout. That allowed 
Maryland to set up a final play. 



MARYLAND 66, NC STATE 65 
















RBC Canter 


- March S, 8003 
















Maryland 


Min FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-D Rab 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


Caner-Medley 


f 13 2-3 


D-D 


0-2 


1-0 1 


3 





2 


1 


4 


Holden 


f 33 S-11 


3-3 


5-8 


2-7 9 


3 


2 





1 


1 20 


Handle 


21 2-5 


D-0 


2-2 


0-1 1 


2 


1 


2 


D 


S 


Nicholas 


q 34 5-11 


2-5 


5-5 


0-4 4 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 17 


Blake 


g 33 1-B 


0-3 


D-0 


2-2 4 


2 


7 


1 





2 S 


Smith 


IS 3-9 


0-0 


1-4 


2-2 4 


3 











7 


Collins 


3 1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 














S 


Gamson 


6 1-1 


0-D 


0-D 


0-0 














2 


IVIcCall 


25 2-5 


0-2 


0-0 


2-3 5 


3 





3 





3 4 


Gilchnst 


13 2-4 


D-0 


D-0 


1-2 3 


2 


2 


1 





1 4 


Team 








3-3 B 












TMals 


800 85-56 5-13 13-81 13-8437 19 13 10 


3 


B 68 




NC State 


Min FG 


3FG 


FT 


O-DReb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


Hodge 


f 35 2-8 


2-5 


B-B 


0-2 2 


2 





4 





12 


Powell 


f 24 3-9 


0-0 


4-6 


2-2 4 


4 


1 


2 





10 


Melvin 


26 5-12 


3-7 


0-1 


2-3 5 


4 


1 


1 





13 


Shemll 


g 39 4-B 


2-B 


4-4 


0-0 




1 





D 


2 14 


Crawford 


g 37 4-7 


1-3 


D-D 


D-B B 




5 


4 


1 


2 9 


Bennerman 


7 1-2 


0-1 


0-0 


1-0 1 













D 2 


Wa*ins 


21 2-5 


1-4 


0-1 


1-3 4 




4 


1 





5 


Collins 


11 0-2 


D-1 


0-0 


0-1 1 
















Team 








4-4 a 












Totala 


800 81-53 9-87 14-16 10-8131 15 IE 18 


1 


4 BE 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four • 5001 . 2002 

Sweet Sixteen > 1994. 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996. 1997. 1998. 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 




f ^H K KLv land Men's Basketball 



Maryland [19-7, 11-4) 



34 34 



BB 



NCStatel15-1D,B-B) 



39 26 



B5 



FG% ■ Maryland ,446, NC State .396. 3FG% - Maryland .385, NC State 
333.FT%-Maryland.B19,NCStatB 778 Technical Fouls - Maryland (Caner- 
Medley, Blake); NC State (Powell). Officials ■ Kani Hess, Reginald Cofer, Raymond 
Natili. A -19,755. 

Game S7 

Virginia BO, cia/iai Maryland 78 COT} 

CHABLOHESVILLE, Va. -Travis Watson had 26 points and 1 5 
rebounds in what may have been his last home game at Virginia and 
the Cavaliers stunned No. 13 Maryland 80-78 in overtime. 

Virginia (15-14,6-10 Atlantic Coast Conference) snapped a seven- 
game losing streak in dramatic fashion, and sv^ept the Terrapins to 
avoid playing in the play-in game at the ACC tournament. 

Maryland (19-8, 11 -5) had a chance to tie mth 3.7 seconds left, 
but Steve Blake's desperate heave from the comer vias off the mark 
and Ryan Handle's rebound and putback bounced on the nm before 
dropping off. 

Drew Nicholas had 37 points for Maryland, which clinched the 
second seed in the ACC tournament despite the loss because Duke 
lost earlier m the day to North Carolina. 

Virginia took a five-point lead in overtime before Jamar Smith hit a 
free throw for Maryland and Blake hit a 3-pointer, only his second 
field goal of the game, to pull the Terrapins within 79-78 with 1:16 
remaining. 

After both teams missed, Elton Brown missed two free throws for 
Virginia with 18,9 seconds left, but Drew Nicholas' 3-pointer nmmed 
out and Watson's 1 5th rebound put him on the line for two shots. 

He missed the first, but made the second. The Terps then threw 
the bail the length of the court, where Blake gathered it and flung it 
toward the hoop, Randle was there, but his putback didn't fall. 

The Terrapins used a 1 5-B run to pull even at 66-all with 3:54 to 
play. Watson then hit four free throws around two by Tah| Holden for 
the Terps, and eiake made his first basket of the game a dramatic 
one - a 3-pointer that gave the Terrapins a 71 -70 with 1 :2B remaining. 

Todd Billet, who had 18 points, answered with his sixth 3-pointer 
and fourth of the half to give the Cavaliers a two-point lead, but 
Randle took a feed from Blake under the basket for a game-tying 
dunk With 29.2 seconds left. 



VIRGINIA SO, MARYLANO 78 lOTl 
















University Hall - 


March 9, S003 


















Maryland 


Min FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-0 Reb 


F A 


T 


B 


S 


Pts 


Caner-Medley f 


IB 3-3 


1-1 


0-1 


01 


1 


a 





1 


3 


7 


Holden f 


34 2-7 


0-3 


6-7 


0-2 


2 


4 3 


1 


1 





10 


Randle c 


31 5-12 


0-0 


3-B 


2-4 


8 


4 1 


1 


a 


2 


13 


Nicholas g 


42 10-20 


4-9 


3-4 


1-3 


4 


a 1 


5 


a 


2 


27 


Blake g 


41 2-11 


2-B 


0-0 


05 


5 


2 10 


1 





1 


B 


Smith 


19 2-10 


0-0 


2-4 


2-2 


4 


1 





1 


1 


B 


Collins 


a 0-1 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 




















Garnson 


7 1-1 


0-0 


3-4 


3-0 


3 


2 











5 


McCall 


12 0-3 


0-0 


0-0 


01 


1 


1 1 





1 








Gilchrist 


19 2-2 


0-0 


0-0 


1-4 


5 


1 


3 





1 


4 


Team 








a-3 


5 












Totals 


aas a7.70 7-aai7.aB ii-as36 is is n 


8 10 


78 




Virginia 


Min FG 


3FG 


FT 


0.0 Reb 


F A 


T 


B 


s 


Pts 


Dark f 


18 1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2-3 


5 


1 1 











2 


Watson f 


42 B-19 


0-0 10-12 


B-9 


15 


4 2 


4 


1 


3 


26 


Rogers c 


21 5-B 


OO 


2-4 


3-3 


6 


3 


2 


3 





12 


Billet g 


41 6-15 


B-10 


0-0 


2-4 


B 


1 2 


4 








IB 


Smith g 


32 3-11 


0-7 


3-4 


1-6 


7 


a 3 


4 








9 


Vender L^an 


8 0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-4 


4 


a 














Byars 


28 3-7 


1-4 


0-0 


2-3 


5 


3 1 


a 


1 





7 


Mapp 


17 0-3 


0-2 


0-0 


1-0 


1 


Q 2 


4 











Harper 


1 0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 














1 





Brown 


17 2-8 


0-0 


2-5 


2-3 


5 


3 1 


1 


1 


1 


B 


Team 








4-1 


5 












Totals 


gas aB-71 


7.a317.a5 83.36 5919 13 ai 


6 


5 


80 




Maryland (19-B, 


11-5) 




33 


40 


5 


-78 










Virginia (15-14, 


3-10) 




38 


35 


7 


-BO 










FG% - Maryland .3BB. Vrginia 394 3FG% - Maryland .318, Virginia 
FT% - Maryland ,B54, Virginia .BBO. Tschrical Fouls - none. Officials 
Hess, Reginald Cofer, Tony Greene. A - 7,301 , 


304. 
Karl 



Tournament 

Game SB • ACC First Round 
First Round 
North Carolina B4, 
[i<»/isi Maryland 73 

GREENSBORO, N.C. - North Carolina didn't want to think about 
its last meeting with Maryland, when a 40-point victory by the Terra- 
pins saddled the Tar Heels with their worst conference loss in history. 

In the back of their minds, the sting from that defeat Feb. 22 
never went away. 

But the Tar Heels eased much of the pain by bouncing the defending 
national champions out of the Atlantic Coast (Conference tournament 
with an 84-72 victory in the quarterfinals. 

Jawed Williams scored a career-high 25 points. Raymond Felton 
had 20 points and 1 assists and Melvin Scott added a career-high 
19 points to lead the seventh-seeded Tar Heels (17-14). 

North Carolina, which trailed almost the entire first half, came 
out swinging in the final 20 minutes. 

Playing without Jackie Manuel, their best defender, who went out 
four minutes into the game with a strained right arch, the Tar Heels 
were able to stifle Nicholas while opening up their offense. Nicholas, 
who had 1 5 points at halftime on 6-of-1 D shooting, couldn't shake 
Scott in the second half. 

He didn't score for almost 1 minutes while Maryland suffered 
from turnovers, sloppy passes and poor shooting. 

Nicholas finished with |ust three points in the second half, and 
wound up 7-of-14 from the floor. 

Carolina jumped all over Maryland's mistakes, and Scott was solid 
from long range. He made three 3-pointers in a furious 20-7 run. 

The Tar Heels trailed 48-43 before the run. But Scott's fifth 3- 
pointer put North Caroline up B3-55 with 8:09 to play. 

The Terrapins were able to make it close after Tah| Holden's layup 
and Steve Blake's 3-pointer cut it to BB-6 1 , but North Carolina wouldn't 
roll over. 

NORTH CAROLINA B«, MABVUNO 78 

Greensboro Coliseum -■ IVIarch 14, 2003 



North Carolina 


Min 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


Q.D 


Reb F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


Williams 1 


35 


7-14 


2-5 


9-13 


0-3 


3 3 


3 


5 


3 


1 35 


McCants f 


30 


4-9 


1-1 


3-5 


4-7 


11 4 


1 


4 


1 


1 ia 


NoBlf 37 


3-4 


D-1 


2-3 


0-8 


B 


a 5 


4 


2 


3 


8 


Felton q 


38 


6-12 


3-9 


5-7 


1-3 


4 3 


ID 


8 


D 


ao 


Manuel g 


4 


D-0 


CD 


02 


02 


2 











D 


Scott 


35 


5-B 


5-7 


4-6 


1-3 


i 4 


1 








1 19 


Holmes 


a 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


D-0 





D 








D 


SaniJers 


16 


D-C 


0-0 


0-0 


aa 


4 1 


D 


a 





1 


Johnson 


3 


0-0 


0-0 


0-D 


a-o 


2 


1 








D D 


Team 










1-1 


2 










Totals 


aOO 35.47 11.3383.36 11.89 40 17 31 


83 


6 


7 84 




IVIaFyland 

Caner-Medley f 


Min 

17 


FG 

4-11 


3FG 

04 


FT 

1-1 


0.0 

4-1 


Reb F 

5 4 


A 

1 


T 

a 


8 




S Pts 

1 9 


Holden f 


36 


a-5 


01 


2-2 


03 


3 5 


1 


1 


2 


3 6 


Randle c 


13 


0-2 


0-D 


1-2 


D-2 


2 4 





2 


1 


a 1 


Nicholas 9 


36 


7-14 


2-5 


a-3 


1-5 


6 4 





3 





1 IB 


Blake g 


33 


4-11 


3-B 


1-2 


1-2 


3 


10 


7 





2 12 


Smith 


13 


4-7 


0-D 


0-D 


ai 


3 1 


1 


1 





a 


Collins 


5 


Q-0 


OD 


0-D 


D-0 


1 


1 








1 


Garnson 


11 


1-4 


0-0 


0-D 


1-1 


a 1 











a 


McCall 


21 


2-5 


0-0 


2-4 


D-2 


2 1 


4 


1 





6 6 


Gilchrist 


14 


4-7 


1-1 


1-1 


1-0 


1 3 


2 


D 


D 


10 


McCray 


1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-D 


D-0 


D 











D 


Team 










ai 


3 










TMals 


300 3B.E6 


B.1S 10-15 18.1B 30 84 30 


17 


3 


IE 73 




North Caralina(17-14] 




36 


48 




B4 










Maryland (19-9) 






40 


32 




72 










FS% - North Carolina .53a, Mar^and ,4a4, 3FGHi - North Carol 
316. FT* - North Carolina 639, Maryland .667 Technical Fouls 
Officials - Mike Wood, Reginald Cofer, Jamie Luckie A - 23,745, 


na .478, Maryland 
- Maryland H'eam), 



S003 NCAA 
Tournament 

Game S3 • NCAA First Round 
[17/171 Maryland 7S, 
UNO Wilmington 73 

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Drew Nicholas wasn't supposed to have 
the ball. Good thing the intended play didn't work out. 

Nicholas dribbled nearly the length of the court and swished a 
desperation 3-pointer as the horn sounded, giving defending national 
champion Maryland an improbable 75-73 victory over North Carolina- 
Wilmington at the NCAA South Regionel. 

The sixth-seeded Terrapins (20-91 wanted Steve Blake to have 
the ball on the final play, but UNC-Wilmington's swarming defense 
kept him from getting it. 

So Nicholas got the inbounds pass and took off up the nght side of 
the court. With less than a second remaining, he managed to launch a 
fallaway 3 off his back foot with Anthony Terrell right in his face. 

"I took the ball as far as I could and tried to make something 
happen," Nicholas said. "I know the shot probably didn't look the 
prettiest, but it went m. I really couldn't believe it when it went through." 

Neither could (JNC Wilmington coach Brad Brownell. who collapsed 
to the court in disbelief. 

"We did everything we could," he said. "Give credit to Drew Nicholas. 
He made the game-winner," 

Aaron Coombs sank two free throws with 5 seconds left, giving 
the 1 1 th-seeded Seahawks a 73-72 lead and putting them in position 
to pull off a tourney surprise for the second year in a row. 

Instead, Maryland avoided becoming the first defending champion 
since UCUV in 1 996 to get knocked out in the first round. 

After Nicholas' shot, several Maryland players raced off the court 
in delirium, while the Seahawks stood around in a daze. 

The officials called everyone back to look at the video replay. It 
clearly showed that Nicholas got the shot off with a 0.5 seconds to 
spare, giving Maryland a chance to celebrate again. 

UNO Wilmington freshman John Goldsberry nearly stole the show. 
He set a tournament record by going 8-of-8 from outside the 3-point 
arc, finishing with a career-high 26 points. He broke the 7-of-7 mark 
set by Florida State's Sam Cassell in 1 993, 

Goldsberry stepped up when Brett Blizzard, the Seahawks' feeding 
scorer, struggled most of the night. 

Nicholes scored 22 points, including 5-of-B from outside the arc. 



MARYLAND 75, UNC IWIUVIINGTON 73 


















Gaylord Enteptalnmsnt Center 


. March 3 


,3003 


UNCW 


Min FG 


3FG F 


r 0-0 Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S 


Pts 


Justus 


f ai 1-7 


1-4 a- 


3 D-3 


3 


3 


4 


D 





D 


b 


Terrell 


f ao 1-3 


D-D 3- 


4 aa 


4 


1 


1 


1 








5 


Callahan 


c 3D ai5 


0-4 6- 


7 1-a 


3 


4 


a 


1 








10 


Goldsberry 


g 35 B-9 


B-B a 


a 1-a 


3 


a 


1 


1 


D 


1 


26 


Blizzard 


fl 36 5-15 


4-12 1- 


a 1-3 


4 


a 


4 


2 


1 


3 


15 


Coombs 


S2 D-0 


OD 4- 


i D-3 


3 


4 











3 


4 


Gunn 


9 OD 


0-0 


3 01 


1 


D 








D 








(^ue 


8 1-1 


0-0 D- 


D OD 





3 


1 


1 


D 





a 


y»ynck 


19 2-5 


01 a 


2 1-1 


a 





3 


1 


D 





6 



Team 



4-a 6 



Totals 



300 30.55 13.8980.86 10.19 89 19 16 8 



7 73 



MsryM Min FG SFITin 0.0 Reb F A T B S Pts 

Caner-Medley f 29 5-7 1-1 1-2 2-0210110 ia 
Holden f 37 3-8 1-4 D-0 D-3 3 3 4 5 3 7 



Randle c 29 5-9 0-0 5-6 5-11 16 3 2 15 

Nicholas g 37 7-15 5-8 3-3 D-4 4 4 3 2 23 

Blake — -- ---- --- ----- - 



g 22 3-5 2-3 0-D D-0 4 7 D 2 



Collins 



7 1-2 0-D 0-1 1-34200003 
11 1-2 1-2 0-D D-0 D D D 3 



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



McCall 



5 D-1 01 0-D D-1 1 D D 



15 2-2 D-D 2-3 D-0 3 3 3 D 1 



Team 



0-3 3 



Totals 



300 37-54 101911.15 8.87 35 80 17 13 3 3 75 



UNC Wilmington laaTTT 



41 33 



■73"" 



Maryland (2D-9) 



46 39 



75 



FG% - UNCW .364, Maryland 500 3FG% - UNCW .446, Maryland ,526, FT* - 
UNCW .769, Maryland 733. Technical Fouls ■ none. Officials - David Hall, Oawd Day, 
Randy McCall. A -17464. 



NCAA FIRST/SECOND ROUNDS 

VANDERULT UNIVERSITY 






a^^^d^ r^f a.r.M^i '^ — ^..,„.-j.)ci-ij.u.i.i.-ijijui.aii^ 




A DECADE DF DOMINANCE 

2002 Natona! Champions 

Final Four ' 2001 . 2002 

Sweet Sixteen > 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances ' 1994. 1995, 1996, 1997, 199B. 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002. 2003 



Maryland Men's BasketbaOZ^ UiJ 





Drew Nicholas hit "The Shot" to beat UNC Wilmington 
in the NCAA First Round, 



Game 30 • NCAA Second 

Round 

1 17/1 71 Maryland 77, Xavier B4 

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - No need to beat the buzzer this Dme. Mary- 
and IS off on another run in the NCAA tournament. 

The defending naoonal champion Terrapins, who got a game-winning 
3-pointer from Drew Nicholas in the most exciting finisfi of the first 
round, shut down David West early and beat Xavier 77-B4 to reach 
the round of 1 6 for the third straight year 

'That shot gave us a lot of confidence coming into this game," 
Maryland coach Gary Williams said. 'But this was a totally different 
game, and we were playing great defense and turning it into offense." 

Nicholas and Ryan Randle scored 17 points apiece for Maryland. 

Steve Blake, the most experienced player in the tournament, had 
nine points and nine assists as thelerrepins 121-9) shot 51 .7 percent 
;30-of-5ai from the floor 

West, the three-time Atlantic 1 D player of the year, finished with 
22 points and nine rebounds for No. 3 seed Xavier (26-B), but most 
jf It came way too late. 

Just making the NCAA tournament was the challenge Williams 
gave his Terrapins this season after losing four starters - including 
Lonny Baxter, Juan Dixon and Chris Wilcox - from last year's 
.:hampionship squad. 

The Terps came in with their Ipwest seed since a No. 7 in 1 99B. 
Now, they're in the round of IB for the 13th time. 

The Musketeers scored the first five points, but Maryland 
answered mth a 1 9-4 run and led by as many as 20 points in the first 
half. Then Xavier almost made it interesting as West, held to 2-of-B 
shooting in the first half, got going in the second. 

The Musketeers kept whittling away as West either shot or passed 
off to teammates. Remain Sato hit the first of two free throws at 
B:G6 to get Xavier to BG-57. That was as close as they got. 

MARYL AND 77, XAVIEB 64 



Gaylord Entertainmant Centar 


-March 33,3003 












Maryland 


Min FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-D Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S PIS 


:e''e--Medtev f 


24 35 


0-1 


M 


0-2 2 


2 


1 


1 


2 


B 


-: :e- f 


34 1-B 


0-3 


34 


O-B 6 


3 


2 


1 


1 


5 


-5":e c 


19 a-12 


D-0 


1-1 


1-4 5 


4 





1 





17 


\:--jas a 


36 6-1B 


2-5 


3-4 


17 B 


2 


5 


1 


1 


17 


Blake a 


37 37 


14 


2-2 


1-B 7 





9 


3 





2 9 


Sm«i 


15 B-B 


W 


0-0 


0-2 2 


4 





1 





12 


Colire 


3 M 


0-0 


OO 


oo 





2 








D 


Gamson 


12 2-3 


00 


1-2 


2-3 5 


4 








2 


5 


McCall 


12 D-D 


DO 


0-0 


2-1 3 


1 














Gifchnst 


B 1-1 


00 


4-4 


0-1 1 


1 











B 


lean 








0-0 












Totals 


800 30-5S 


3.13 14-17 


7.32 39 ai 


19 


8 


6 


9 77 




Xavier 


Min FG 


3F6 


n 


0.0 Reb 


F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pts 


Sate f 


40 4-14 


3-B 


B-B 


1-2 3 


3 


3 








1 17 


West f 


39 6-17 


00 


10-14 


0-9 9 


3 


3 


3 





22 


Myles c 


32 4-9 


00 


00 


1-2 3 


3 


D 


1 





8 


Chalmers b 


40 4-9 


3-7 


1-2 


1-3 4 


4 


1 








1 12 


Finng 36 


2-4 1-3 


0-0 


02 


2 2 


5 


2 








5 


Jackson 


5 0-2 


00 


0-0 


2-0 a 


1 














Caxle 


B &2 


0-0 


oo 


1-2 3 








1 








Tean 








2-0 2 












Tbtds 


aooaas? 


7-18 17-84 


8-30 3B 1G 


19 


7 





9 64 




Maryland El -91 








45 32 




77 








Xavier (2B-BI 








28 38 




84 








Ffffc ■ Mavland 517, Xavier 351 3FG% ■ Mar/land 231, Xavier 3B9 FT* - 
Mar/land 324 Xa«er 703 TecWcal Fouls -none Officials - DaviO Hall. Ed Highti»er, 
KenvSitton. A -17.484 



Game 31 » NCAA SiveeC Sixteen 
Michigan State BO, 
[17/171 Maryland SB 

SAN ANTONIO ■ Once again, Maryland got a last-second chance 
to hang onto its national title. But when Steve Blake missed at the 
buzzer, the Terrapins' reign was over 

Freshman Paul Davis hit a leaning bank shot with 4.7 seconds left 
and Michigan State defeated the defending champions BD-5B to ad- 



vance to the 9outh Regional final. 

The senior-led Terrapins pvercame a 13-point deficrt: with B:07 
left, taking a lead in the final minute. 

Davis' powerful dunk tied it with 50.B seconds left, and he put the 
Spartans ahead when he muscled along the baseline for the go-ahead 
basket. 

Blake then took the inbounds pass and dribbled up the floor to the 
top of the key for a 3-point try. He had an open shot, but the ball hit 
the back iron and bounced away. 

Davis had a team-high 1 3 points to put Michigan State 122-1 21 a 
wnn away from its third Final Four in four years, an incredible feat for 
a team that was 14-1 1 on Feb. 23. 

The Terps (21-101 were the only team that made the Final Four 
the last two years - and the only one to even make the regional finals 
both times, 

Michigan State was in control nearly the entire game, leading by 
1 in the opening minutes and holding Maryland to 24 points in the 
first half, matching its lowest 20 minutes of the season. 

Even when the Terps tied it at 32 early in the second half, the 
Spartans responded with a 15-2 run. Michigan State's lead was 52- 
39 with B:07 left when the Terps made their mpve again. 

Using a full-court press against a Spartans squad lacking a true 
point guard, Maryland scored 1 B of the game's next 1 B points to go 
ahead 55-54 on Blake's layup. 

The lead was 5B-5B when Tahj Holden made one of two free 
throws with 1 :30 left, before Daws went flying at the nm for a two- 
handed lam that knotted the game at 5B. 

Maryland's Jamar Smith missed from inside the lane and Michigan 
State called a timeout with IB. 5 seconds left. The play ended up 
going to Davis on the baseline. He went to his left toward the basket, 
leaned around his defender and popped his shot off the backboard 
and into the basket for the lead wth 4.7 seconds left. 

The Terps called time, then the Spartans called another before 
the game's final play started. 

Blake had 1 1 points and five steals, but only three assists. He 
also had five turnovers. He ends his career with the fifth-most assists 
in NCAA history. 

Maryland lost ft'eshman starter Nik Caner^Medley to an aikle injury 
midway through the first half. After scoring 1 B points over the first 
two tournament games, he went out before taking a shot. 



MICHIGAN STATE 60, MARYLAND 58 














Alamdcme- 


March 98, 900: 


















Michigan State Min FG 


3FG 


FT 


0-0 Reb F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pta 


Anaqonye 


f 22 24 


D-D 


OO 


35 


8 2 





3 





4 


Anderson 


f 23 4-B 


D-D 


2-2 


05 


5 2 


2 


4 





1 10 


Urtek 


c IB 1-3 


1-2 


24 


01 


1 5 


D 








1 5 


Tortert 


9 33 1-S 


01 


00 


1-1 


2 1 





3 


1 


2 2 


Hill 


q 28 3-14 


2-7 


OO 


1-2 


3 3 


5 


3 





1 8 


Johnson 


3 0-1 


01 


OO 


01 


1 


1 


1 





1 


Ager 


20 4-B 


24 


oo 


1-3 


4 3 


1 


1 





10 


Boqrakos 


2 00 


00 


00 


00 


G 1 








Q 





Davis 


22 5-7 


00 


3-3 


05 


5 2 





2 


1 


13 


Andress 


3 0-0 


D^l 


OO 


10 


1 





D 








Ballinger 


IB 2-5 


1-2 


3-3 


01 


1 1 


1 





1 


2 8 


Team 








4-2 


8 




1 






IMS 


900 99-56 


6-17 10-19 11-96 37 90 10 18 


3 


8 60 




Maryland 


Min FG 


3F6 


R 


0-D Reb F 


A 


T 


B 


S Pta 


McCall 


f 21 24 


01 


00 


1-0 


1 2 


1 








1 4 


HoUen 


f 34 27 


0-2 


4-B 


1-B 


9 3 


1 


3 


3 


2 a 


Randle 


c 22 2-10 


00 


2-2 


2-2 


4 3 


D 


4 





G 8 


Nicholas 


g 325 614 


17 


5-5 


02 


2 





1 





2 IB 


Blake 


g 38 3-9 


1-5 


44 


24 


8 2 


3 


3 





5 11 


Smitfi 


21 3-B 


00 


1-1 


14 


5 1 








1 


7 


Conns 


2 01 


01 


OO 


01 


1 1 








D 





Gamson 


2 OV 


00 


00 


DO 


2 





2 





G 


Gitehnst 


21 2-3 


oo 


00 


1-1 


2 


2 


2 





2 4 


Cane^Medtev 


6 00 


00 


oo 


1-1 


2 1 


1 








G G 


Team 








00 













Totals 


900 90-54 


9-16 16-18 


9-84 33 IS 


8 


15 


4 19 58 




Midiiqan State 122-121 


29 


31 




80 










Maryland El-lOI 


24 


34 




5B 










Ffffc - Mar/land .370, Mchigai State 393 3FG% ■ MaiVaxJ .1 
353. FT* - Maryland BBS, Mrtgan State 833 Technical Foul! 
Mike Kttts. Edwin Edsall, Ed*ani Drtett. A ■ 33,009. 


?5, Mdiigan State 
- none OfliciBla - 



POSS. 




NCAA SOUTH REGIONAL 

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO 



r«>A=g"?ci 



■l'J'L-l.l.l--IJJl- 



^^»W-K-**«' 






"HP,,. 



♦' 




All'time leadirii 
presents Presi 
with a Marylarn 
visited the Whit 
sons National i 








A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 Nationai Champions 

Final Four • 2001 , 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994. 1995, 199B. 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996. 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's BaskeHtj^tC^ m J 



YEARS'^ 




Year 




Overall 
Win Loss 



Pet. 



Final 
Rank 



Home Away ft/eu. 



Conference 
Win Loss Pet- 



Finish 



Conference Tourn. 
Win Loss Finish 



Coaeh 



Postseason 



19Q4-D5 



5 .ODD 



191D-11 



9 .g5D 



g-3 1-6 



1913-14 



Q IB .DDD 



D-5 D-11 



191B-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. Surton Shiplev 


1924-25 


12 


5 


.706 


7-2 


4-2 


1-1 


3 


1 


.750 


4th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


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 


1927-20 


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 


.266 


21st 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1929-3D 


16 


6 


.727 


10-3 


6-2 


0-1 


9 


5 


.643 


10th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 


193D-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 


Tist 


1 


First Round 


H, Burton Shiplev 


1932-33 


11 


9 


,550 


10-2 


1-6 


0-1 


7 


3 


,700 


3rd 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1933-34 


11 


8 


.579 


9-4 


2-3 


0-1 


6 


1 


,857 


3rd 


1 


First Round 


H, Burton Shiplev 


1934-35 


8 


10 


.444 


6-8 


2-2 




4 


3 


.571 


5th 


DNP 




H, Burtnn 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 


T2nd 


2 1 


Finals 


H. Burton Shiplev 


193g-4D 


14 


9 


.609 


9-2 


4-6 


1-1 


7 


5 


.563 


5th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


H. Burton Shiplev 



1940-41 


1 


21 


.045 


1-10 0-11 


D 


13 .ODD 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 





First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 




1944-45 


2 


14 


.125 




1-5 


1-8 


0-1 


2 


5 


.286 


9th 





First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 




1945-46 


9 


12 


.429 




8-4 


1-7 


0-1 


5 


4 


.556 


5th 





First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 




1946-47 


14 


10 


.583 




9-3 


5-6 


0-1 


9 


5 


.643 


5th 





First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 




1947-48 


11 


14 


.444 




6-4 


5-9 


0-1 


9 


7 


.563 


4th 





First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 




1948-49 


9 


18 


.333 




4-5 


5-11 


0-2 


8 


7 


.533 


Bth 





First Round 


Flucie Stewart 




1949-50 


7 


18 


.280 




6-6 


1-12 




5 


13 


.278 


13th 


ON 


^ Flucie Stewart 


1950-51 


16 


11 


.593 




10-3 


5-7 


1-1 


11 


8 


.579 


8th 


1 


Semifinals 


Flucie Stewart 




1951-52 


13 


9 


.542 




8-1 


5-7 


0-1 


9 


5 


.643 


T6th 





First Round 


Bud Millikan 




1952-53 


15 


8 


.652 




8-2 


6-5 


1-1 


12 


3 


.800 


T2nd 


1 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 




1953-54 


23 


7 


.767 


(20) [NRl 


9-2 


11-4 


3-1 


7 


2 


.//ti 


2nd 


1 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 




1954-55 


17 


7 


,708 




7-2 


7-4 


3-1 


10 


4 


.714 


3rd 





Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1955-56 


14 


10 


,583 




9-5 


5-4 


0-1 


7 


7 


.500 


5th 





Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1956-57 


16 


10 


.615 




8-2 


5-6 


3-2 


9 


5 


.643 


2nd 


1 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 




1957-58 


22 


7 


.759 


[6] [61 


10-1 


6-4 


6-2 


9 


5 


,643 


4th 


3 [ 


] Champions 


Bud Millikan 


NCAA Elite Eight (2-11 


1958-59 


10 


13 


.435 




7-3 


2-8 


1-2 


7 


7 


,500 


T3rd 





Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1959-60 


15 


8 


.652 




8-2 


7-5 


0-1 


9 


5 


.643 


3rd 





Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1960-61 


14 


IS 


.538 




9-2 


3-8 


2-2 


6 


8 


.750 


5th 


1 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 




1961-62 


8 


17 


.320 




4-6 


4-8 


0-3 


3 


11 


.214 


7th 





Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1962-63 


8 


13 


.381 




5-6 


3-6 


0-1 


4 


10 


.288 


T6th 





Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1963-64 


9 


17 


.346 




5-4 


2-10 


2-3 


5 


9 


.357 


6th 





Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1964-65 


18 


6 


.692 




9-3 


7-4 


2-1 


10 


4 


.714 


T2nd 


1 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 




1965-66 


14 


11 


.560 




7-3 


5-7 


2-1 


7 


7 


500 


5th 





Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1966-67 


11 


14 


.440 




5-5 


4-8 


2-1 


5 


9 


.357 


T5th 





Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1967-68 


8 


16 


.333 




7-3 


1-11 


0-2 


4 


10 


.286 


6th 





Quarterfinals 


Frank Fellovi/s 




1968-69 


8 


18 


.306 




4-6 


3-10 


1-2 


2 


12 


.143 


T7th 





Quarterfinals 


Frank Fellows 




1969-70 


13 


13 


.500 




10-4 


3-7 


0-2 


5 


9 


.357 


6th 





Quarterfinals 


Leftv Driesell 




1970-71 


14 


12 


.538 




11-4 


3-7 


0-1 


5 


9 


.357 


T6th 





Quarterfinals 


Leftv Driesell 




1971-72 


27 


5 


.644 


[14] [111 


14-0 


7-4 


6-1 


8 


4 


.667 


T2nd 


2 


Finals 


Leftv Driesell 


NIT Champions [4-01 


1972-73 


23 


7 


.767 


[81 [101 


12-1 


8-4 


3-2 


7 


5 


.583 


3rd 


2 


Finals 


Leftv Driesell 


NCAA Elite Eiqht (1-11 


1973-74 


23 


5 


.621 


[41 [41 


12-1 


7-3 


4-1 


9 


3 


.750 


T2nd 


2 


Finals 


Leftv Driesell 




1974-75 


24 


5 


.628 


[51 [51 


12-2 


10-1 


2-2 


10 


2 


.833 


1st 





Quarterfinals 


Leftv Driesell 


NCAA Elite Eight (2-11 


1975-76 


22 


6 


.786 


[111 [131 


13-2 


8-3 


1-1 


7 


5 


.583 


T2nd 


1 


Semifinals 


Leftv Driesell 




1976-77 


19 


8 


.704 




15-4 


3-3 


1-1 


7 


5 


.583 


4th 





Quarterfinals 


Leftv Driesell 




1977-78 


15 


13 


.536 




10-4 


1-8 


4-1 


3 


9 


.250 


6th 


1 


Semifinals 


Leftv Driesell 




1978-79 


19 


11 


.633 




12-4 


4-4 


3-3 


6 


6 


.500 


4th 


1 


Semifinals 


Leftv Driesell 


NIT Second Round (1-1) 



All -Time Records 




^ A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2u0d. Naoanai Champions 
Finai Four > Sa01 . 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995. 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances > 1994. 1995. 199B, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001. 2002. 2003 



land Men's Basketball 



Year 


Overall 
Win Loss 

24 7 


Pet. 


Final 
Rank 


Home 


Away 


Neu. 

4-3 


Conference 
Win Loss Pet. 
11 3 .786 


Finish 


Conference Tourn. 
Win Loss Finish 


Coach 


Postseason 


1979-80 


.774 


[81 [81 


16-0 


4-4 


Ist 


2 1 


Finals 


Leftv Driesell 


NCAA Sweet 16 [1-11 


1980-81 


21 


10 


.677 


[181(111 


12-3 


5-5 


4-2 


B 


B 


.571 


4th 


2 1 


Finals 


Leftv Dnesell 


NCAA Second Round [1-11 


1981-82 


16 


13 


.551 




13-3 


2-8 


1-2 


5 


9 


.357 


5th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Leftv Driesell 


NIT Second Round [2-11 


1982-83 


20 


10 


.667 




14-3 


5-4 


1-3 


8 


6 


.571 


T3rd 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Leftv Driesell 


NCAA Second Round [1-11 


1983-84 


24 


8 


.750 


(111 [101 


13-2 


B-4 


5-2 


9 


5 


.643 


2nd 


3 


Champions 


Leftv Driesell 


NCAA Sweet 16 (1-11 


1984-85 


25 


12 


.676 




14-2 


7-6 


4-4 


8 


6 


.571 


T4th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Leftv Dnesell 


NCAA Sweet 16 (2-11 


1985-88 


19 


14 


.576 




10-5 


6-7 


3-2 


8 


8 


.429 


6th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Leftv Dnesell 


NCAA Second Round [1-11 


1986-87 


9 


17 


.346 




8-8 


1-8 


0-1 





14 


mn 


8th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bob Wade 




1987-88 


18 


13 


,581 




8-4 


6-7 


4-2 


6 


8 


.429 


5th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Bob Wade 


NCAA Second Round (1-11 


1988-89 


9 


20 


.310 




5-9 


0-10 


4-1 


1 


13 


.071 


Bth 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Bob Wade 




1989-90 


19 


14 


,576 




12-4 


3-B 


4-4 


6 


8 


.429 


T5th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Gan/ Williams 


NIT Second Round (1-11 


1990-91 


IB 


12 


,571 




11-3 


3-8 


2-1 


5 


9 


.357 


7th 


DNP 




Gan/ Wlliams 




1991-92 


14 


15 


,483 




10-5 


2-7 


2-3 


5 


11 


.313 


Bth 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Garv Williams 




1992-93 


12 


IB 


.429 




8-7 


2-8 


2-1 


2 


14 


.125 


8th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Garv Williams 




1993-94 


18 


12 


.600 


[NRl [201 


10-3 


4-8 


4-3 


8 


8 


500 


T4th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Garv Williams 


NCAA Sweet IB (2-11 


1994-95 


26 


8 


.765 


[101 [111 


16-0 


4-4 


6-4 


12 


4 


.750 


Tist 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Garv Williams 


NCAA Sweet 18 [2-11 


1995-98 


17 


13 


.587 




11-3 


3-5 


3-5 


8 


8 


.500 


T4th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Garv Williams 


NCAA First Round [0-11 


1996-97 


21 


11 


.656 


[221 [NRl 


11-3 


5-4 


5-4 


9 


7 


.562 


T4th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Garv Williams 


NCAA Fir^t Round (0-11 


1997-98 


21 


11 


.656 


[201 [151 


12-2 


3-5 


6-4 


10 


8 


.625 


3rd 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Garv Williams 


NCAA Sweet 16(2-11 


1998-99 


28 


B 


.824 


(51 (81 


13-1 


7-3 


8-2 


13 


3 


.813 


2nd 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Gar\ Williams 


NCAA Sweet 16 (2-11 


1999-00 


25 


10 


.714 


[171(251 


15-1 


4-5 


6-4 


11 


5 


.688 


2nd 


2 1 


Finals 


Gan/ Williams 


NCAA Second Round (1-11 


2000-01 


25 


11 


.694 


(111 [41 


11-3 


B-3 


8-5 


10 


8 


.625 


3rd 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Gar\ Williams 


NCAA Final Four [4-11 


2001-02 


32 


4 


.889 


141(11 


15-0 


7-2 


10-2 


15 


1 


.838 


1st 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Garv Williams 


NCAA CHAMPIONS (8-01 


2002-03 


21 


10 


.667 


(171(101 


14-2 


4-4 


3-4 


11 


5 


.688 


T2nd 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Garv Williams 


NCAA Sweet IB (2-11 



t J / f 1 indicates final rankings in AP and Coaches Polls 



Coaching History Arena History 




Burton Flucie 



Shipley 

19S3-S4 to 
1S4S-47 
S4 seasons 

Overall: 243-199 1.550) 
SCi 124-91 1.577) 



Steivart 

-7S47-4S to 

3 seasons 

Overall; 27-48 (.360) 
SC: 22-27 (.468) 



Millikan 

1350-51 to 
iaBB-B7 
1 7 seasons 

Overall; 243-182 (.572) 
SDACC; 130-109 
(.544) 



Fellows 

19S7-SS to 
-796S-S9 

S seasons 
Overall; 16-34 (.320) 
ACC; 6-22(214) 



The Gymnasium 

1933-S4 to 1930-31 

All-Time Record: 61-S1 [81 

H. Burton Shipley (61-21 in B seasons) 



Ritchie Coliseum 

1331-33 to 19S4-SS 

Ali-Tlme Record: 169-90 tS4] 

H. Burton Shipley (1 1 1-65 in 16 seasons) 
Flucie Stewart (1 B-1 5 in 3 seasons) 
Bud Millkan (42-10 in 5 seasons) 






Charles 

"Lefty" 

Oriesell 

13B3-70 to 

ises-ss 

1 7 seasons 

Overall; 348-159 (.6861 
ACC; 122-1 00 (.550) 



Bab 
Wade 

T38B-B7 to 
19S8-S9 
3 seasons 

Overall; 36-50 (41 9) 
ACC; 7-35 (.167) 



Gary 
Williams 

T9S9-90 to 

Present 

1 4 seasons 

Overall; 295-153 (.B5B1 
ACC: 125-95 (.568) 




Cole Field House 

1 ass-SB to 3001 -OS 

All-Time Record: 476-151 [471 

Bud Milhkan (86-42 m 12 seasons) 

Fr-ank Fellows (1 1-9 in 2 seasons) 

Charles "Lefty" Dnesell (213-44 in 17 seasons) 

Bob Wade (21-21 in 3 seasons) 

Garv Williams (155-35 in 13 seasons) 



Comcast Center 

3003-03 to Present 

All-Tlme Record: 14-S CD 

Gary Williams (14-2 in 1 season) 



OGGacie af aaminauob 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four ' 2001 . 200S 

Sweet Sixteen • 1934, 1395. 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 133B. 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's BasketttatELf m J > 




Maryland's Hist:ory In 
The AP Poll 

Maryland Week-By-Week In Associated Press Polls 



194B-49 




-Not Ranked- 
































1949-50 




-Not Ranked- 
































1950-51 




-Not Ranked- 
































1951-52 




-Not Ranked- 
































1952-53 




-Not Ranked- 
































1953-54 


DB 


□15 


□aa 


□89 


J5 


Jia 


J19 


ja6 


Fa 


F9 


F16 


F33 


Mia 


M9 


M33 






















14 


13 


13 


11 


11 


11 


17 


14 


20 








1954-55 


D7 


□14 


□ai 


□as 


J4 


J11 


J18 


J8S 


F1 


FS 


F15 


Faa 


Ml 


M9 




















11 


11 


6 


8 


12 


11 


11 


17 


18 












1955-5B 




-Not Ranked- 
































1956-57 




-Not Ranked- 
































1957-58 


D10 


□17 


□a4 


□31 


J7 


J14 


J81 


jaa 


F4 


F11 


F18 


Fas 


M4 


Mil 














6 


6 


7 


11 


8 


6 


9 


B 


9 


14 


17 


17 


6 










195B-59 




-Not Ranked- 
































1959-BO 




-Not Ranked- 
































1990-61 


D13 


DSO 


□87 


J3 


jia 


J17 


ja4 


J31 


F7 


F14 


F31 


F88 


M7 












12 


19B1-B2 




-Not Ranked- 
































19B2-B3 




-Not Ranked- 
































19B3-B4 




-Not Ranked- 
































19B4-B5 




-Not Ranked- 
































19B5-BB 




-Not Ranked- 
































1966-B7 




-Not Ranked- 
































1967-BB 




-Not Ranked- 
































1968-69 




-Not Ranked- 
































1969-70 




-Not Ranked- 
































1970-71 




-Not Ranked- 
































1971-72 


PS 


D7 


□14 


□ai 


□as 


J4 


J11 


JIB 


J85 


F1 


F8 


F15 


F38 


F89 


M7 


M14 








6 


5 


15 


15 


16 


12 






IB 






19 


12 


18 


13 


14 






1973-73 


PS 


□5 


□ia 


□19 


□86 


ja 


J9 


J1B 


jas 


J30 


F6 


F13 


F30 


F87 


MS 


M13 








3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


2 


2 


3 


4 


3 


9 


10 


8 


9 


10 


B 






1973-74 


PS 


04 


Oil 


□ IB 


085 


ja 


JB 


JIS 


ja3 


jaa 


FS 


Fia 


F19 


Fas 


MS 


Mia 


M19 


M37 




4 


4 


4 


2 


2 


3 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


B 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


1974-75 


PS 


□3 


010 


□ 17 


084 


□31 


J7 


J14 


jai 


jas 


F4 


F11 


FIB 


Fas 


M4 


Mil 


MIS 


MBS A3 




4 


4 


5 


5 


5 


7 


5 


5 


3 


a 


4 


3 


3 


a 


2 • 


4 


4 


5 5 


197S-76 


PS 


□a 


09 


□ IB 


083 


□30 


J6 


J13 


J80 


J87 


F3 


F10 


F17 


F34 


M3 


M9 


M16 






3 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


7 


5 


4 


7 


10 


9 


12 


11 




1975-77 




N3a 


07 


□ 14 


oai 


□as 


J4 


J11 


JIB 


jas 


F1 


FS 


F15 


F88 


Ml 


MS 


M15 






8 


16 


17 


14 


15 


IB 


15 


14 


13 




















1977-78 


PS 


N89 


□6 


□13 


080 


□a? 


J3 


J10 


J17 


J34 


J31 


F7 


F14 


Fai 


F38 


MB 


M13 






14 


14 


12 


18 


20 


14 


15 
























1978-79 


PS 


N88 


□5 


□ia 


019 


□86 


J3 


J9 


JIB 


J33 


J30 


FS 


F13 


Fao 


F37 


MS 


M13 








19 


IS 








20 




19 




17 
















1979-80 


PS 


04 


□11 


□18 


086 


JS 


J8 


J15 


jaa 


J89 


FS 


F13 


F19 


F36 


M4 


























15 


12 


7 


8 


9 


7 


8 








1980-81 


PS 


08 


□9 


□16 


083 


□30 


JS 


J13 


J80 


ja7 


F3 


F10 


F17 


F84 


M3 


M10 








4 


4 


4 


9 


9 


9 


B 


10 


10 


14 


13 


19 


20 


17 


20 


18 






1901-82 




-Not Ranked- 
































1982-83 




-Not Ranked- 
































1983-84 


PS 


Na9 


□6 


□13 


oao 


□37 


J3 


J10 


J17 


ja4 


J31 


F7 


F14 


F81 


F3B 


ME 


M13 






s 


6 


11 


9 


8 


B 


5 


5 


7 


5 


10 


13 






19 


14 


11 




19B4-8S 


PS 


Na7 


□4 


□11 


019 


□as 


J1 


JB 


J1S 


J33 


J39 


F5 


F13 


F19 


F3B 


MS 


M13 


















19 








17 


20 


ao 












19BS-86 


PS 


Nas 


□3 


□10 


017 


□84 


□31 


J7 


J14 


J31 


J3B 


F4 


F11 


Fig 


F35 


M4 


Mil 






19 


17 


































1986-87 




-Not Ranked- 
































1987-88 




-Not Ranked- 
































1988-89 




-Not Ranked- 
































1989-90 




-Not Ranked- 
































1990-91 




-Not Ranked- 
































1991-92 




-Not Ranked- 
































1992-93 




-Not Ranked- 
































1993-94 


PS 


Nsa 


Na9 


□6 


013 


080 


□87 


J3 


J10 


J17 


J84 


J31 


F7 


F14 


Fai 


F3B 


M7 


M14 






















25 


IB 


21 














1994-95 


PS 


N81 


N88 


05 


018 


□19 


□86 


J3 


JIO 


J17 


ja4 


J31 


F6 


F13 


Fao 


F87 


M6 


M13 




7 


7 


11 


11 


12 


11 


9 


7 


9 


a 


a 


5 


B 


7 


7 


6 


10 


10 


1995-96 


PS 


N80 


Na7 


□4 


□11 


□18 


□as 


J3 


J9 


J16 


ja3 


J39 


F5 


F18 


F19 


F8E 


M4 


M11 




15 


14 


19 


20 






























1996-97 


PS 


N19 


NSS 


□a 


□9 


□IE 


□83 


030 


J6 


J13 


J30 


J37 


F3 


F10 


F17 


F84 


M3 


M10 














25 


21 


19 


19 


11 


7 


5 


7 


10 


14 


IB 


22 


22 


1S97-9B 


PS 


N16 


Na3 


□1 


□8 


□15 


□aa 


083 


J4 


J11 


JIB 


J35 


F8 


F9 


FIE 


F83 


Ml 


M6 








24 


23 


19 


22 


20 


20 








23 


25 


24 


25 




21 


20 


1998-99 


PS 


N15 


Naa 


Na9 


□7 


□ 14 


□ai 


□88 


J4 


J11 


J18 


J35 


F1 


FB 


F15 


F88 


Ml 


MB 




8 


6 


5 


2 


2 


5 


5 


4 


5 


5 


4 


4 


7 


7 


5 


5 


5 


5 


1999-00 


PS 


N15 


Nsa 


Na9 


□6 


□13 


□80 


087 


J3 


JIO 


J17 


ja4 


J30 


F7 


F14 


Fai 


F8B 


MB M13 








24 


24 


21 


IB 


17 


14 


12 


IB 


24 


22 


25 


23 


22 


19 


17 


20 17 


9000-01 


PS 


N13 


NSQ 


Na7 


□4 


□11 


□IB 


085 


J1 


JS 


J15 


jaa 


jaa 


F5 


Fia 


F19 


F86 


MS M18 




5 


6 


6 


13 


19 


20 


20 


IB 


17 


14 


12 


8 


9 


13 


17 


20 


16 


11 11 


2001-02 


PS 


N19 


Nse 


□3 


□10 


□ 17 


084 


031 


J7 


J14 


J31 


jas 


F4 


F11 


FIB 


Fas 


M4 


Mil 




a 


B 


5 


3 


3 


2 


B 


a 


4 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


a 


a 


4 


2002-03 


PS 


NIB 


Nas 


□a 


□9 


DIB 


□33 


030 


J6 


J13 


J30 


ja7 


F3 


F10 


F17 


Fa4 


M3 


M10 M17 




13 


12 


11 


9 


18 


24 


23 


22 


21 


17 


12 


10 


a 


IB 


13 


14 


13 


14 17 



Maryland In Final Polls 

Year APItank Coaches Rank 


1954 


20 


NR 


1958 


B 


6 


1972 


14 


11 


1973 


a 


10 


1374 


4 


4 


1975 


5 


5 


197B 


11 


13 


1980 


a 


a 


1981 


IB 


11 


1984 


11 


10 


1994 


NR 


20 


1995 


10 


11 


1997 


22 


NR 


1998 


20 


15 


1999 


5 


8 


SDOQ 


17 


25 


2001 


11 


4 


2002 


4 


1 


2003 


17 


10 



Mote; A cota/ of 26 teams have been ranked No. 2 at /east once in all-time AP polls, that have never been ranked No. 1 . Maryland leads Che way with 23 No 
2 rankings without ever reaching No. 1. A listing: Maryland 23; Louisville T5: Wake Forest 10: Purdue 10; Dayton 7; St. Bonaventure 7; L/TEP4, Auburn 3; 
Ftonda State 3; California 3: Minnesota 3; Louisiana State 2: NYU 2; Pittsburgh 2; St. Joseph's 2: Utah 2: Vilianova 2: Clemson 1 ; Dawdson 1 ; Long Island 

1; Pennsylvania T, Santa Oara l, Southern California 1, SMU 1: Vanaerb'-lt ', Washington 



AP Poll History 

The Associated Press [AP] has maintained its poll consistendy since 
the 1948-49 season. The ooll consisted of [ust 10 teams be- 
tween the 1960-61 and 1967-68 seasons, and was expanded 
to include as teams since the 1 989-90 season. 

Poll Debut- Jen, 19, 1954 (No, 141 

Total Polls AII-Tim6-320 

Most ConsecgtivB Polls-79 (Feb, 15, 1972 to Jan. IB, 1977) 

Current Consecutive Polts-73 

Total Years In The AP Poll-a7 

Most Consecutive Years-1 (1 971 -72 to 1 980-81 , 1992-33 to 
2002-03) 

Currant Consecutive Years-1 

Total Appearances In AP Final Poll- IB 

Total Top 10 Rankings In AP Final Poll-8 

Highest Ranking In AP Final Poll-No 4 (2002 and 1974! 

Tote! Polls In AP Top ID- '68 

Most Consecutive Polls In AP Top 10-68 (PS 1972 to March 2, 
197S1 

Current Consecutive Polls In AP Top 10-0 

Total Polls In AP Top 5-3S 

Most Consecutive Polls In AP Top 5-1B (Feb, 4, 1975 to Jan. 
20, 1S7B1 

Current Consecutive Polls In AP Top 5-0 

Total Top 10 Listings- 

»1D 89 iB 17 86 15 84 13 t2 HI 
ID 14 19 17 16 28 S3 IB 23 

Coaches Poll History 

Onginated by United Press International lUPIl in the 1950-51 
season, USA Today has administered the national Ctoaches 
Poll since the 1992-93 season. From 1993-97, it was 
known as the USA Today/CNN Poll. It was the USA Today/ 
NA8C Poll in 1 998 and 1 999. Since 2000, it has been the 
USA Today/ESPN Poll, The poll consisted of 20 teams until 
expanding to 25 teams in 1990-91 . 

Poll Debut-Jan 4, 1955 (No, 14) 

Total Polls AII-Tlme-291 

Most Consecutive Polls- 87 (Feb. 23, 1 998 to Apnl 8. 2003) 

Current Consecutive Polls-67 

Total Years In The Coaches Poll-aS 

Most Consecutive Years- 1 1 1 97 1 -72 to 1 980-8 1 , 1 993- 

94 to aooa-031 

Current Consecutive Years- 10 

Total Appearances In Coaches Final Poll- 1 7 

Total Top 10 Rankings In Coaches Final Poll-10 

Highest Ranking In Coaches Final Poll- No 1 (2002) 

Total Polls In Coaches Top 10- '42 

Most Consecutive Polls In Coaches Top 10-42 (Ivlanch 13, 

1973 to March 2, 19761 
Current Consecutive Polls In Coaches Top 10-1 
Total Polls In Coaches Top 5-71 
Most Consecutive Polls In Coaches Top 5-1 1 (Jan, 7, 2002 

to Final aooai 

Current Consecutive Polls In Coaches Top 5-0 
Total Top 10 Listings- 

no 8 9 »B 87 8B 85 84 83 82 »1 

12" 10 "ll" 21 IB IB 20 17 14 1 



All-Time Records 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2CC2 National Champions 
Final Four • S001 . 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1934, 1995. 199B, 1999. 2001. 2002. 2003 
NCAA Appearances ' 1394, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 20031 



yland Men's Basketball 



Maryland's History 
The Coaches Poll 



In 



Week-By- Week 

1950-51 -Not Hankea- 



/n Ail-Time Coaches Polls 



1951-52 




-Not nanked- 


























1952-53 




-Not Ranked- 


























1953-54 




■Not Ranked- 


























1954-55 


D7 


D14 091 


099 


J4 


J11 


J18 


J95 


F1 


FB 


F15 


F9S 


M1 


M8 












14 


14 


11 


12 


14 


18 


17 










1955-56 




-Not Hanked- 


























1956-57 




-Not Ranked- 


























1957-58 


D1Q 


017 094 


031 


J7 


J14 


J91 


J99 


F4 


F11 


F19 


F95 


M4 


M11 








9 9 


7 


ia 


7 


7 


11 


ID 


8 


11 


15 


17 


6 




1959-59 


D9 


016 093 


030 


J6 


J13 


J9Q 


J97 


Fa 


F10 


F17 


F94 


M9 


Mg 




16 


1959-60 




■Not Hanked- 


























1960-61 


06 


013 090 


097 


J3 


J10 


J17 


J94 


J31 


F7 


F14 


F91 


F98 


M7 




15 



1961 -82 



1962-63 



1963-84 



1964-65 



1965-56 



1966-67 



1967-68 



1968-59 



19B9-70 



1970-71 




-Not Ranked- 



Not Ranked- 



Not Ranked- 



Not Ranked- 



Not Ranked- 



Not Ranked- 



Not Ranked- 



Not Hanked- 



Not Ranked- 



Not Ranked- 



1971-79 


PS 


07 


014 


021 


098 


J4 


J11 


J18 


J95 


F1 


F9 


F15 


F89 


F9g 


M7 


M14 






5 


15 


13 


14 


10 


20 


15 


16 




17 


14 


11 


13 


14 


11 


1979-73 


PS 


05 


019 


019 


096 


J9 


jg 


J16 


J93 


J30 


F6 


F13 


F90 


F97 


M6 


M13 



Gary Williams with the 
Sears Trophy, presented 
annually to the NCAA 
Champion and No. 1 
ranked team in the USA 
Today/ESPN coaches poll 
as sponsored by the 
NABC. Williams received 
the crystal trophy at a 
morning press conference 
following the national 
championship game, in 
downtown Atfanta. 







-3 


4 


3 


4 


4 


2 


3 


4 


3 


8 


7 


9 


11 


13 


10 








1973-74 


PS 


011 


019 


095 


J9 


J8 


J15 


J99 


J9g 


F5 


F19 


F19 


F96 


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M19 














5 


5 


4 


3 


3 


4 


4 


B 


7 


B 


B 


5 


5 


4 










1974-75 


PS 


010 


017 


094 


031 


J7 


J14 


J91 


J98 


F4 


F11 


F18 


F95 


M4 


M11 














10 


B 


7 


7 


B 


B 


4 


8 


4 


3 


3 


2 


2 


5 










1975-76 


PS 


09 


016 


093 


030 


J6 


J13 


J90 


J97 


F3 


F10 


F17 


F94 


Ma 


MS 














3 


3 


2 


2 


2 


4 


3 


7 


6 


4 


7 


a 


a 


13 










1976-77 


PS 


07 


014 


091 


098 


J4 


J11 


J18 


J95 


F1 


F8 


F15 


F99 


M1 


M8 














15 


13 




16 


18 




IB 
























1977-78 


PS 


06 


013 


090 


097 


J3 


J10 


J17 


J94 


J31 


F7 


F14 


Fai 


Fas 


M6 














12 


IB 


18 


14 


12 




























1978-79 


PS 


D19 


019 


096 


J3 


J8 


J16 


J93 


J30 


F6 


F13 


F90 


Fa7 


M8 




















20 


20 






























1979-80 


PS 


□4 


Oil 


019 


096 


J9 


jg 


J15 


J99 


J9g 


F5 


Fia 


F19 


Fae 


M4 




























14 


13 


5 


7 


7 


7 


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1990-91 


PS 


09 


016 


093 


030 


J6 


J13 


J90 


J97 


Fa 


F10 


F17 


F94 


Ma 


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9 


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9 


8 


7 


7 


13 


11 


16 




20 




20 










1981-82 




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1982-93 




-Not Ranked- 


































1983-84 


PS 


06 


013 


090 


097 


J3 


Jia 


J17 


J94 


J31 


F7 


F14 


F91 


Fag 


M6 


M13 












15 


11 


11 


B 


B 


B 


7 


5 


9 


13 


17 




19 


14 


10 








1884-85 


PS 


N97 


04 


Oil 


018 


095 


J1 


J8 


J15 


J99 


J98 


FS 


Fia 


F18 


Fa6 


M5 


Mia 
















18 


20 


IB 








17 


19 


19 


19 












1985-86 




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1985-87 




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1987-88 




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1988-89 




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1989-90 




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1990-91 




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1991-92 




-Not Ranked- 


































1992-93 




-Not Ranked- 


































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PS 


N9g 


06 


013 


090 


097 


J3 


J10 


J17 


J94 


J31 


F7 


F14 


F91 


Fas 


M7 


M14 


A5 
























21 


21 














20 




1984-85 


PS 


N98 


05 


019 


019 


096 


J3 


J10 


J17 


J94 


J31 


F6 


F13 


Fao 


Fa7 


M6 


M13 


A4 






14 


10 


11 


12 


11 


11 


11 


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9 


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10 


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ID 


10 


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1985-96 


PS 


N90 


Na7 


04 


Oil 


019 


095 


J9 


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J16 


J99 


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22 


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N94 


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No. 1 Terrapins! 

Maryland has been ranked No. 2 a tocal of 37 times 
between the AP and Coaches Polls, but achieved its 
first and only No. 1 ranking in history on April 2, 2002 
- one day after defeating Indiana for the 2002 NCAA 
Championship. The final AP poll was released prior to 
the NCAA Tournament, thus the No. 1 ranking by 
USA TodayyESPN remains the only ppll in which Mary- 
land has ever been ranked No. 1 . The Terrapins' four 
losses in 2002 (Oklahoma, Oute, Arizona, NC State) 
were all on the road to teams ranked in the USA To- 
day/ESPN final Top 25. 

The USA Today/ESPN Coaches Final Top 25 college 
basketball coaches' pall, with number of first-place 
votes and record in parentheses, total points and pre- 
vious ranking (Records through April 1 , 2002): 

Team Points Previous 

1 . MARYUND (3 11 (3S-4] . 775 4 

2. Kansas (33-4) 720 2 

3. Indiana (25-12) 701 NR 

4. Oklahoma (31-5) 692 3 

5. Duke(31-4) BOB 1 

B , (tie) Connecticut (27-7) , , . . 5BB 13 

B. (tie) Oregon (2B-9) 5BB 11 

B. Cincinnati (3 1-4) 4B9 5 

9, Pittsburgh (29-B) 4B2 7 

ID. Arizona (24-10) 45B IB 

1 1 . Illinois (2B-9) 410 TIB 

1 2. Kent State (30-B) 402 NR 

13. Kentucky (22-10) 394 15 

14. Alabama (27-B) 281 T8 

15. Missouri (24- 12) 272 NR 

1B. Gonzaga(29-4) 264 6 

17. Ohio State (24-B) 237 12 

1 B. (tie) Marquette (25-8) 1 86 10 

18. (tie) Texas (22-1 2) IBB NR 

20. UCU\(21-12) 170 NR 

21 . Mississippi State (27-8) . . 1 62 18 

22. Southern Illinois (28-8) „ , . 1 57 NR 

23. Florida (22-9) 140 14 

24. Xavier (26-6) 116 19 

25. NC State (23-11) 86 25 

Dropped Out: No. IB (tie) Southern Cal, No. 
20 Western Kentucky, No. 21 Miami, Fia., No. 
22 Oklahoma State, No. 23 Stanford, No, 24 
Hawaii. 

Others Beceiving Votes: USC 80, Miami, Fia. 

66, Wake Forest 54, Notre Dame 44, Geor- 
gia 44, Western Kentucky 44, California 35, 
Oklahoma State 31 , Stanford 30, Tulsa 20, 
Wisconsin 17, Hawaii 15, Wyoming 1 1 , Texas 
Tech B, Memphis 6, Creighton 5, (JNC 
Wilmington 5, Butler 2. 



CIBGCScte i=Bf tZDt=»min^ni 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four ' 2001 . 2005 

Sweet Sixteen > 1994. 1995. 1398, 1999, 2001. 2002, 2003 

NCM Appearances > 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997. 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's BasketblBttCLl mj 





Scoring 

Game: 44 


Ernest Graham vs. NC Btate (12-20-78) 


Season: 776 


Walt Williams 11 992) 


Fp.: 562 


Joe Smith (1994) 


So,: 708 


Joe Smith [1995) 


Jr.; 701 


Len Bias (1985) 


Sr.: 776 


Welt Williams (1992) 


Carear: 2,269 


Juan Dixon 11999-02) 


Scoring 

Season: 26,8 


Average 

Walt Williams (1992) 


Fp.: 19.7 


Joe Smith (1994) 


So.: 21.2 


Tom MdVlillen (1972) 


Jp.: 23.3 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


Sp.: 26.6 


Walt Williams (1992) 


Capeep: 20.5 


Tom McMillen (1974) 


Rebounds 

Game: 26 Len Elmore vs. Wake Forest t2-27-741 


Season: 412 


Len Elmore (1974) 


Fp.: 323 


Buck Williams (1 979) 


So.! 362 


Joe Smith (1995) 


Jp.: 363 


euck Williams (1961) 


Sr.: 412 


Len Elmore (1974) 


Careep: 1 .053 


Len Elmore (1972-74) 


Rebounding Average 

Season: 14.7 Len Elmore 11974) 


Pp.; 10.7 


Joe Smith (1994) 


So.: 1 1 .0 


Len Elmore (1972) 


Jr.: 12.2 


Will Hetzel (1989) 


Sp.: 14.7 


Len Elmore (1974) 


Capeep: 12.2 


Len Elmore (1972-74) 


/Assists 

Game: 1 5 


Terrell Stokes vs. W. Carolina (11-14-98) 


Season: 286 


Steve Blake (2002) 


Fr.: 217 


Steve Blake (2000) 


So.: 248 


Steve Blake (2001) 


Jr.: 286 


Steve Blake (2002) 


Sr.: 221 


Steve Blake (2003) 


Career: 972 


Steve Blake (2000-2003) 


Steals 

Game: 9 


Johnnv Rhodes at North Carolina (2-7-96) 


9 


Johnny Rhodes vs. American (12-23-95) 


Season: 110 


Johnnv Rhodes (1 996) 


Fr.: 71 


Steve Blake (2000) 


71 


Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


So.: 78 


Johnny Rhodes 11994) 


Jr.: 96 


Juan Dixon 12000) 


Sr.; 110 


Johnny Rhodes (1 996) 


Career; 344 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 



Blocked Shofcs 

Game: 1 2 Cednc Lewis at South Florida (1 -20-91 ) 




12 


Derrick Lewis at James Madison (1-2B-B7) 


Season: 


143 


Dednc Lewis (1991) 


Fr.: 


99 


Derrick Lewis (1985) 


So.: 


97 


Joe Smith (1995) 


Jr.: 


114 


Derrick Lewis (1987) 


Sp.; 


143 


Cednc Lewis (1991) 


Capeep; 


339 


Derrick Lewis (1985-88) 


Field Coal Percentage 

Game; 1.000 Ryan Randle vs. Waqner (10 of 10, 1-4-03) 




1.000 


Lonny Baxter vs. North Texas (1 of 1 0, 1 2- 
23-98) 


Season: 


.847 


Buck Williams (183 of 283, 19B1) 


So.: 


.BOB 


Buck Williams {143of 236, 1980) 


Jr.: 


.643 


Greq Manning (196 of 305, 1980) 


Sp.; 


.647 


Buck Williams (183 of 283, 1981) 


Capeer; 


.615 


Buck Williams (446 of 725, 1979-81) 


Field Goals Made 

Game; 18 Ernest Graham vs. NC State (12-20-78) 


Consecutive In 


Game: 




10 


Ryan Randle vs. Wagner (1-4-03) 




10 


Lonny Baxter vs. North Texas (12-23-98) 




10 


Barry Yates vs. Miami (Fla.) (12-29-70) 




ID 


Keith Gatlin vs. Clemson (2-17-85) 


Consecutive In 


Multiple Games: 




IB 


Ryan Randle (over three games during the 
2003 season; also an ACC record) 


Season: 


275 


Albert King (1980) 


Fp. 


190 


John Lucas (1973) 


So.: 


253 


John Lucas (1974) 


Jp.: 


275 


Albert King (1980) 


Sp.: 


270 


Adrian Branch (1985) 


Career: 


882 


Albert King (1977-81) 




862 


John Lucas (1973-76) 


Field Goals Attempted 

Game; 34 Gene Shue vs. Washington S Lee (2-12-53) 


Season: 


542 


Walt Williams (1992) 


Fr.: 


395 


Joe Smith 11994) 


So.: 


508 


Juan Dixon (2000) 


Jr.: 


527 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


Sr.: 


542 


Walt Williams (1 992) 


Career: 


1,713 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


3-Point Field Goals Made 

Game; 7 Walt Williams vs. Florida State (2-5-92) 


Season: 


92 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


Fp. 


59 


Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


So.: 


49 


Juan Dixon (2000) 


Jp.: 


64 


Teyon McCoy (1 990) 


Sr.: 


92 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


Career: 


239 


Juan Dixon 11999-02) 



3-Point Field Goals Attempted 

Game; 13 Danny Miller vs. Clemson 11-22-00) 


Season: 


240 


Walt Williams 11 992) 


Fr. 


175 


Johnny Rhodes 11993) 


So,: 


135 


Juan Dixon 12000) 


Jr.: 


164 


Teyon McCoy (1990) 


Sr.: 


240 


Walt Williams (1992) 


Capeep; 


615 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


Free Throw/ Percentage 

Game; 1.000 Jerry Greenspan vs. Minnesota 114 of 14, 
12-10-60) 


Season Imin. 50 att.I: .908 Greg Manning 179 of 87, 1 980) 


Season (min. 100 att.l: .898 Juan Oixon 11 41 of 157, 2002) 


Career; 


,858 


Greg Manning 1315 of 367, 1978-81) 


Free Throws Made 

Game: 1 7 Tom McMillen vs. Canisius (12-17-71) 


Consecutive in 


Game; 




• - 


- : V : - " ,s, 8oston Universltv 12-11-80) 


Consecu 


tive in 

40 


IVIultiple Games: 




Juan Dixon 12001) 


Season: 


213 


Keith 6ooth(1997) 


Fr. 


168 


Joe Smith (1994) 


So.: 


209 


Joe Smith (1995) 


Jr.: 


162 


Keith Booth (1996) 


Sp.: 


213 


Keith Booth (1997) 


Capeep; 


576 


Keith 6ooth (1 994-97) 


Free Throws Attempted 

Game: 24 Keith Booth vs. Geo. Washington 112-9-96) 


Season: 


297 


Keith Booth (1997) 


Fp. 


229 


Joe Smith (1994) 


So.: 


262 


Joe Smith (1995) 


Jp.; 


214 


Keith Booth (1996) 


Sp.: 


297 


Keith Booth (1997) 


Capeep; 


824 


Keith Booth (1 994-97) 


Games Played 

Season: 37 Len 6ias 11965) 




37 


Adrian 8ranch (1 985) 


Capeep; 


141 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


Consecutive in a Career; 




141 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


Games Started 

Season: 37 Len Bias 11985) 




37 


Adrian Branch (1985) 


Career: 


138 


Steve Blake (2000-2003) 


Consecutive in a Capeep; 




126 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 




Len Bias 



Keith Booth 



Len Elmore 



Adrian Branch Johnny Rhodes 



Joe Smith 



Walt Williams 



All-Time /Records 



'saart.na: 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four '2001, 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995. 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances' 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001. 2002, 2003 




INDIVID 



r^^fUKKaand Men's BaskeisBal. 





Mast Points, Game 
CAII 30-point scarersJ 

1 , 44 Ernest Graham vs. NC State [1g-S0-7Bl 

g. 43 Al Bungevs, Yale [ 1-4-SQl 

3. 41 Len Bias at Duke 11 -S5-B6) 

Gene Shue vs. Washington S Lee [5-15-53) 

5, 40 Joe Smith vs. Duke (3-1-951 

S - Gene Shue vs. Wake Forest [3-B-531 

7. 39 c - Walt Williams vs. Wake Forest (1 -££-921 
S. 3B A - Walt Williams vs. Clemson (3-15-95) 

c - Walt Williams at Florida State 15-5-95) 

A - Albe rt K ing vs. Clemson 1S-S9-BG1 



Jim O'Brien vs. North Carolina 11 -57-73) 



Ho ward White vs. South Carolina 115-16-701 

1 3. 36 Evers Burns vs. Georgia Tech 15-6-931 

14. 35 Exree Hipp vs. Towson State 115-53-931 

Jerrod Mustaf vs. Duke 15-1 0-901 



Len Bias at North Carolina 15-50-66) 



^^ 



Tom MclVlillen at George Washington 115-4-711 

IB. 34 Walt Williams at Clemson 15-55-951 

Tony Massenburg vs. Georgia Tech 15-3-901 

John Lucas vs. NC State [1-56-761 

John Lucas vs. Wake Forest 11-10-761 

Gary Ward vs. Wake Forest 15-7-66) 



Ernest Graham 




Tom McMillen 




49. 



53. 33 N ■ Juan Dixon vs. Kansas 13-30-051 

Juan Oixon vs. Georgia Tech 15-16-001 

A - Keith Booth vs. Georgia Tech 13-9-9B) 

Joe Smith vs. Clemson 15-55-95) 

Joe Smith vs. Utah 11 1 -55-941 

Joe Smith vs. Rider 11 1-30-931 

c_-_yyall W illiams at Virginia 11 -59-951 

IVIatt Roe vs. Georgia Tech 15-13-911 

Walt Williams vs. North Carolina 11-10-901 

Len Bias at George Ivlason (1 1-56-651 

Tom IVIcMillen vs. Navy [1 -SO-73) 

Tom IVIclVliilen vs. Canisius [15-17-711 

Howard White vs. Georgetown [15-14-70) 

Will Hetzel vs. South Carolina (3-6-691 

6ob OBrien vs. Clemson (1-7-56) 

A - Bob Kessler vs. Duke (3-1-561 

39. 35 L onny Bax ter vs . Norfolk State (15-53-001 
Laron Profit at Florida State 15-57-991 



Steve Francis vs. Clemson (5-54-991 



Kevin IVIcLinton vs. Florida State (5-13-931 



c Walt Williams at North Carolina (1-13-95) 



Rudy Archer vs. Ivlt, St M ary's [ 1 5- S-B71 



Derrick Lewis vs. Ivld. Ba lti more Co u nty (5-16-671 
Al bert K in g vs. Wake Forest (1 -50-601 



Tom (ylcMillen vs. Georgetown (15-13-711 
Barry Yates vs . (Vli ami, Fl a. (15-59-701 
31 Juan Dixon vs. Duke (5-9-00) 



Lonny Baxter vs. NC Sta te (5-6 -001 



Juan Dixon vs. Ge o rgia T ec h (1-15-00) 
N - Joe Smith vs. Texas (3 - 1B-951 
Walt Williams vs. Virginia [3- 7-951 
c ■ Walt Williams vs. Clemson (1 -55-951 



Walt Willia ms vs. West Virgi nia [1 5-7 -911 
N - Len Bias vs. UNLV (3-16-BBl 



Ernest Graham vs. Bucknell (15-55-791 

John Lucas at North Carolina (5-15-751 

John Lu c as vs. Duke (5-5-741 

BO. 30 Juan Dixon vs. NC State (5-50-011 

Juan Dixon vs. Wake Forest (1-17-011 

Johnny Rhodes vs. Kentucky (1 1-54-951 

Joe Smith vs. Ivlassachusetts (15-10-941 

Joe Smith at Oklahoma (1 5-7-931 

c - Walt Williams vs. Florida State (1-1B-951 

c - Walt Williams vs. NC State (1-11 -951 



Gary Ward 



Walt Williams vs. Ru tgers ( 15-57-901 

Walt Williams vs. B oston C ollege 115:3:90) 

Jerrod Ivlustaf vs. Delaware State (1 1-55-891 





Tony IVIassenburg vs. Georgia Tech (5-14-69) 


Len Bias vs. Georgia Tech (5-55-B6) 


Len 6ias vs. Villanova (1-57-B5) 


Adrian Branch vs. Virginia (1-30-851 


Albert King at Virginia (2-21-791 


John Lucas vs. NC State (1-18-751 


Barrv Yates vs. Richmond (1-5-71) 


c-consecutive games during Che 1991-92 season; N-NCAA 
Tournament; A-ACC Tournament; SSouchern Conference Tournament 


Multiple 30-Point Scoring Games 

1. 15 Walt Williams (1989-95) 


5. 


7 Joe 3mith (1994-95) 


3, 


6 Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


6 Len6ias(19B3-BBl 


5. 


5 John Lucas (1973-76) 


Most Points, Season CSOO or mare} 

1 . 776 Walt Williams (1 9951 


5. 


743 


Len Bias (1986) 


3. 


735 


Juan Dixon (5002) 


4. 


708 


Joe Smith (1995) 


5. 


701 


Len Bias (19851 


6. 


674 


Albert King (19601 


7. 


671 


Adrian eranch (1985) 


8. 


667 


Tom IVIcMillen (1975) 


9. 


654 


Juan Dixon (2001) 




654 


Gene Shue (1 9541 


11. 


830 


Juan Dixon (5000) 


15. 


654 


Keith Booth (1997) 


13. 


616 


Tom McMillen (19731 


14. 


609 


Jerrod Mustaf (19901 


15. 


605 


Will Hetzel (19691 


16. 


565 


Joe Smith (19941 


17. 


579 


Steve Francis (19991 


18. 


564 


John Lucas (19741 


19. 


561 


Lonny Baxter (5001) 


50. 


559 


Albert Kinq( 196 11 


51. 


557 


Tony Massenburg (1990) 




557 


John Lucas (1976) 


53, 


555 


Drew Nicholas (5003) 


54. 


547 


Lonny Baxter (50001 


55. 


541 


Adrian Branch (19831 


56. 


537 


Terence Morris (20001 


57. 


533 


Lonny Baxter (20021 


58. 


554 


Tom McMillen (19741 


59. 


551 


Terence Morris (19991 


30. 


516 


Evers Burns (19931 


31. 


515 


Jay McMillen (19651 


32. 


510 


Derrick Lewis (19871 


33. 


506 


Laron Profit (19981 


Most Points, Career CI ,000 or morel 

1. 5.569 Juan Dixon (1999-05) 


2. 


5.149 


Len Bias (1 9B3-861 


3. 


2.056 


Albert King (1978-811 


4. 


2.017 


Adrian Branch (1982-851 


5. 


2,015 


John Lucas (1973-761 


6. 


1,858 


Lonny Baxter (1 999-05) 


7. 


1,807 


Tom McMillen (1975-741 


8. 


1,776 


Keith Booth (1994-971 


9. 


1,743 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-961 


10. 


1,733 


Terence Morris (1998-01) 


11. 


1,704 


Walt Williams 11 969-921 


IS. 


1,607 


Ernest Graham (1978-811 


13. 


1,5BB 


Laron Profit (1 996-99) 


14. 


1,561 


Greg Manning (197B-B1) 


15. 


1,457 


Derrick Lewis (1965-881 


15. 


1,366 


Gene Shue (1952-541 


17. 


1,372 


Exree Hipp (1993-961 


18. 


1,370 


Will Hetzel (1968-701 


19. 


1,354 


Tony Massenburg (1986, 88-901 




Walt Williams 




Len Bias 




Juan Oixon 



EDGCSd^ t=Mf tZBt=tmins3irm 




A DECADE DF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Ohampions 
Final Four • 2001 . 2003 
Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1399, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NC/W Appearances- 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 199S, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 



2003 



Maryland Men's Basketbanif ^ J ^ 




Gene Shue 




Len Elmore 




Al Bunge 




go, 1,315 Evers Bums [1 99D-931 

g1 . 1 .300 Jay McMillen [1 965-67) 

22. 1,290 Joe Smith [1994-951 

S3. l.gSB BobKessler[1954-5Bl 

£4. 1.244 Lee Brawley [1949-521 

25. 1.235 Jim O'Brien [1971-731 

26. 1.221 Drew Nicholas [20DD-presentl 

27. 1.219 Steve Sheppard [1975-771 

2B . 1 . 1 9B Larry Gibson [ 1 976-79) 

29. 1.172 Obinna Ekezie [1996-991 

30. 1.161 Maurice Howard [1973-7B1 

31. 1.153 Buck Williams [1978-811 

32. 1.139 Steve Blake [2000-20031 

33. 1.123 Duane Simpkins [1993-961 

34. 1.094 Gary Ward [1964-661 

35. 1.0B7 Keith Gatlin[19B4-B6, 881 

36. 1.064 Kevin McLinton (1990-931 

37. 1.026 Brad Davis (1975-771 

38. 1.017 Len Elmore [1972-741 

39. 1.007 Lawrence Boston [1976-781 

Scoring Average, Season 
CSO.O or more J 

1, 26.8 Walt Williams (1992) 



Steve Blake 



1. 



26.8 Walt Williams (1992) 



23.3 Will Hetzel [19B9) 



23.2 Len Bias (1986) 



22.1 Gene Shue (1953) 



21 .8 Gene Shue (19541 



21.7 Albert Kinfl (19801 



21.2 Tom McMillen (19731 



B, 20.84 Tom McMillen (19721 



20.82 Joe Smith (19951 



10. 20.42 Juan Dixon (2002) 



20.42 Bob Kessler (19551 



12. 20.3 Bob Kessler (195B1 



13. 20,1 John Lucas (19761 



20.2 Joe Smith (1994-951 



18.7 Gene Shue (1952-541 



18.3 John Lucas (1973-761 



1B.0 WillHetzel(19BB-701 



17.4 Albert King (1978-811 



16.6 Jerrod Mustaf (1989-901 



1B.2 Walt Williams (1989-92) 



1B.1 Juan Dixon (1999-02) 



Will Hetzel vs. W. Virginia (1 2-4-68) 



Buck Williams at UNLV (12-4-78) 



Al Bunge vs. Georgetown (2-2B-58) 



Joe Smith vs. Virginia (2-1-95) 



Mike Davis vs. Pittsburgh (2-15-77) 



14. 



Len Elmore vs. E. Kentucky (12-5-73) 

20 Joe Smith vs. Florida St, (1-11 -94) 



Len Elmore vs. Duke (2-2-74) 



Len Elmore vs. Richmond (1 -2-741 



Rebounds, Season 

1. 41 a Len Elmore (19741 



3B3 Buck Williams (1981) 



362 Joe Smith (19951 



351 Len Elmore (1972) 



336 Bob Kessler (1956) 



323 Buck Williams (1979) 



321 Joe Smith (1994) 



Tom Roy (1975) 



318 Will HetzeK 1969) 



11. 



12. 



308 Lonny Baxter (gPOO) 




Scoring Average, Career 

1. 20.5 Tom McMillan (1972-74) 



Rebounds, Game CSO or mare] 

1 . 26 Len Elmore at Wake Forest (2-27-74) 

2. 24 Len Elmore vs. Kent State (1 -2-73) 



23 Derrick Lewis at J. Madison (1-28-87) 
22 Buck Williams vs. Louisville (12-13-80) 



Bob Kessler vs. Georgetown (2-25-5B) 
21 Joe Smith vs. Texas (3-1 8-95) 



Len Elmore vs. No. Carolina (2-13-741 



Tony Massenburg at Ga. Tech (2-13-90) 



10. 314 Tony Massenburg (1990) 



Rebounds, Career 

1, 1,053 Len Elmore (1972-74) 



998 Lonny Baxter (1999-02) 



948 Derrick Lewis (1985-88) 



928 Buck Williams (1979-81) 



925 Terence Morns (1998-01) 



91 B Keith Booth (1 994-97) 



895 Larry Gibson (1976-79) 



859 Tom McMillen (1972-74) 



849 Bob Kessler (1954-56) 



10. 795 Al Bunge (1958-60) 



11. 



745 Len Bias (1 983-86) 



12. 722 Tony Massenburg (1986, 88-90) 

13. 715 Albert King (1978-811 

14. 704 Johnny Rhodes (1993-19961 

15. 689 Will Hetzel (196B-701 



18. 



871 Obinna Ekezie (1996-991 



17. 



851 Rod Horst (1968-70) 



18. 



636 Herman Veal (1981-84) 



19. 



B34 Evens Burns (1 990-93) 



20. 



629 Lawrence Boston (197B-78) 



21. 615 Gary Ward (1964-66) 



22. 



586 Tom Roy (1973-751 



23. 582 Steve Sheppard (1 975-771 




24. 



572 Laron Profit (1 996-991 



572 Ernest Graham (1 978-81 1 

Rebounding Average, Season 

1. 14.7 Len Elmore (19741 



Buck Williams 



14.0 Bob Kessler (19561 



3. 12.6 Al Bunge (19601 



4. 



12.2 Will Hetzel (1 9691 



11.7 Buck Williams (19811 



11.2 Len Elmore (19731 



11.1 



Tom Roy (19751 



11.0 Len Elmore (19721 



11.0 Bob Kessler (19551 



10. 10.8 Buck Williams (19791 



Rebounding Average, Career 

1. 12,2 Len Elmore (1972-741 




10.9 Buck Williams (1978-811 



Herman Veal 



10.9 Bob Kessler (1 954-561 



10.7 Joe Smith (1 994-951 



10.6 Al Bunge (1958-601 



Assists, Game 

1. 15 Terrell Stokes vs. W. Carolina (1 1-14-98) 

2, 14 Steve Blake vs. No. Carolina (1-9-02) 

1 4 Terrell Stokes vs. Towson St. (1 1 -30-96) 

4. 1 3 Steve Blake vs. Duguesne (1 1 -30-02) 

1 3 Steve Blake vs. Wake Forest (2-24-021 

1 3 Steve Blake vs. Duke (2-1 7-021 

13 Steve Blake vs. Clemson (1-20-021 

13 Steve Blake vs. Stony Brook (12-6-001 

13 Steve Francis vs. Virginia (2-6-991 

1 3 Keith Gatlin vs. Virginia (1 -30-841 

Assists, Season (ISO or more} 

1 . 286 Steve Blake (7.9 apg: 20021 

2. 248 Steve Blake (B. 9 apg; 20011 

3. 221 Steve Blake (7,1 apg: 20031 

221 Keith Gatlin (8.0 apg; 1 9851 

5. 217 Steve Blake (6.2 apg; 20001 

8. 213 Terrell Stokes (6.3 apg; 19991 

7. 204 Keith Gatlin (6.4 apg; 19861 

8. 178 John Lucas (5.9 apg; 19731 

9. 175 Kevin McLinton (6.3 apg; 19931 

10. 1 72 Rudy Archer (5.5 apg; 1 9BB1 

11. 1 65 Brad Davis (5.9 apg; 1 9781 

12. 162 Duane Simpkins (4. B apg; 1995) 

13. 159 John Lucas(5.6apg; 1974) 

14. 154 Kevin McLinton (5.3 apg; 1 9951 

15. 152 Steve Francis (4.5 apg; 1999) 




Terrell Stokes 



308 Tgm McMillan (1972) 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four* 2001. 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1994. 1995, 1996. 1997. 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003| 




Keith Gatlin 



Johnny Rhodes 



Laron Profit 



Assists, Career C300 or morel 

1 . 972 Steve Blake 17.0 apg; 2000-03) 

S. 649 Keith Gatlin (5.3 apg; 1984-86. SB] 

3. 593 Terrell Stokes [4. B apg; 1996-99) 

4. 514 John Lucas (4.7 apg; 1973-76) 

5. 483 Duane Sirrpkins 14.1 apg; 1993-96) 

6. 469 Kevin McLinton 15. g apg; 1990-93) 

7. 460 Dutch Morley 13.8 apg; 1979-82) 

B. 437 Johnny Rhodes 13.6 apg; 1993-9B) 

9. 431 Brad Davis 15.1 apg; 1975-77) 

10. 410 Walt Williams 13.9 apg; 1989-95) 





11. 



371 Juan Dixon 12. B apg; 1999-02) 



12. 360 Jeff AdkinsB.B apg; 19B2-B5) 

13. 346 Ernest Graham 12.9 apg; 1978-81) 

14. 304 Albert King Ig.B apg; 1978-B1) 



Steals, Game 

V 9 Johnny Rhodes at No. Carolina 12-7-96) 

9 Johnny Rhodes vs. American (12-23-951 

a 8 Juan Dixon vs. Florida State 11-26-021 

8 Juan Dixon vs. No. Carolina (1 -9-021 

8 Juan Dixon vs. Georgia Tech (1-6-01) 

8 Terrell Stokes vs. S.C, State (12-27-98) 

Z 7 Chris McCray vs. Wagner (1 -4-03) 

7 Juan Dixon vs. UMES (1 2-30-001 

7 Laron Profit vs. Clemson (1-15-971 

7 Johnny Rhodes at Virginia (2-1 -9B1 

7 Johnny Rhodes vs. Howard 11 2-B-951 

7 Walt Williams vs. No. Carolina 13-1 1 -891 



Steals, Season 

1 . 110 Johnny Rhodes 13.7 spg; 1 99B) 

2. 96 Juan Dixon 15.7 spg; 20001 



95 Juan Dixon 12.6 spg; 50011 



95 Steve Francis 12.B spg; 1999) 



92 Juan Dixon 12. B spg; 20021 



87 Laron Profit 12.7 spg; 19981 



7. B5 Johnny Rhodes (5.5 spg; -19951 

8. 78 Johnny Rhodes (5.6 spg; 1 9941 

9. 71 Steve Blake (2.0 spg; 20001 

71 Johnny Rhodes (2.5 spg: 19931 

11. 68 Laron Profit (2.0 spg; 19991 

12. 67 Terrell Stokes (5.0 spa; 1999) 

13. B4 Keith Booth (2.0 spg; 1997) 

B4 Dutch Mprley 12.1 spg; 19B01 

15. BO Walt Williams 12.1 spg; 19921 

Steals, Career 

I , 344 Johnny Rhodes 12.S spg; 1 993-9B1 

5. 333 Juan Dixon 15.4 spg; 1999-051 

3. 252 Laron Profit 15.1 spg; 1996-991 

4. 234 Steve Blake 11 .7 spg; 2000-031 

5. 193 Keith Bpoth 11 .5 spg; 1994-971 
B. 190 Terrell Stokes 11 .5 spg; 1998-99) 

7. 175 Walt Williams 11 .7 spg; 1989-921 

8. 1 70 Dutch Morlev (1 .4 spg; 1 979-821 

9. 165 Terence Morris (1.3 spg; 199B-Q11 

10. 137 Derrick Lewis (1,1 spg; 19S5-BS1 

II. 1 36 Kevin McLinton (1 .5 spg; 1 990-931 

12. 123 Ernest Graham (1.0 spg; 1978-81) 

13. 120 Duane Simpkins (1.1 spg; 1993-96) 

14. 119 Albert King (1.0 spg; 1978-811 

15. 114 Evers Burns (1 .0 spg; 1 990-931 

Blocked Shots, Game 

1 . 12 Cedric Lewis at South Florida (1 -20-91 1 



^fgjjgyland Men's Basketball 



Blocked 

1. 143 



Shots, Season 

Cedric Lewis (5.1 bpg; 19911 



1 1 4 Derrick Lewis (4.4 bpg; 1 9871 
99 Derrick Lewis (2.7 bpg; 19851 



97 Joe Smith (2.9 bpg; 19951 



93 Joe Smith (3,1 bpg; 19941 



79 Terence Morris (5.5 bpg; 5001) 
79 Lonny Baxter (5,3 bpg, 5000) 

8. 77 Terence Morris 15.3 bpg; 1999) 

9. 71 Terence Mprris 12.1 bpg. 1900) 

71 Derrick Lewis 12.2 bpg; 1986) 

11. 89 Lonny Baxter 12.0 bpg; 2002) 



12. 



13. 



67 Larry Gibson (5.5 bpg; 1 977) 



14. 



59 Tahi Holden (5.0 bpg; 5003) 



58 Larry Gibson (1 .9 bpg; 1 9791 



Blocked Shots, Career 

1. 339 Derrick Lewis (5.7 bpg; 1985-88) 

5. 256 Terence Morris (1 .7 bpg; 1998-011 

3. 239 Cedric Lewis (2.5 bpg; 1988-911 

4. 557 Lgnny Baxter (1.6 bpg; 1999-021 

5. 190 Joe Smith (3.0 bpg; 1994-19951 

B. 182 Larry Gibson (1 .8 bpg: 1 976-791 

7. 1 32 Tahi Holden 11 .0 bpg; 5000-03) 

8. 125 Dbinna Ekezie 11.1 bpg; 199B-99) 

9. 97 Tony Massenburg (0.9 bpg; 1 988. 88-90) 

10. 87 Len Bias (0.7 bpg: 1 983-86) 




Keith Booth 



11. 



12. 



88 Buck Williams (1 .0 bpg; 1 979-B1 ) 



13. 

7 Walt Williams vs. Mt. St. Mary's (1 1 -23-911 J^ 



81 Walt Williams (0.8 bpg; 1 989-951 



15. 



75 Ben Coleman (1 .2 bpg; 1 983-841 

74 Mike Mardesich (0.5 bpg; 1998-011 

75 Laron Profit 10.6 bpg; 1996-99) 



72 Keith Booth 10.5 bpg; 1994-97) 

FG Percentage, Game Cmin. 8 att.l 

1 . 1 .000110-10) Lonny Baxter vs. No. Texas 112-53-98) 

1 .000 11 0-10) Ryan Randle vs. Wagner (1 -4-03) 

(9-9) Steve Francis vs. NO State (1-10-99) 

(8-B) Obinna Ekezie vs. American (12-21-96) 

(8-8) Joe Smith vs. Clemson (1-55-95) 

(8-8) Buck Williams vs. Canisius (12-23-781 

(8-81 Gary Williams vs. S. Carolina (12-10-66) 




(8-S) Greg Manning vs. F. Dickinson (12-10-80) Cedric Lewis 



(8-81 Ben Coleman vs. Duquesne (12-10-831 

(8-Bl Ben Coleman vs. Wake Forest (2-26-841 

FG Percentage, Season Cmin. 100 att.} 

1. .647(183-2831 Buck Williams (19811 

2. .643(196-305) Greg Manning (1980) 

3. ,611(102-1871 Charles Pittman( 1985) 

4. .608(194-319) Ben Coleman (1984) 

5. .606(143-5361 Buck Williams (19801 

FG Percentage, Career 

1. .615(446-755) 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 Boston (1 976-781 

5. .555(699-1259) Tom McMillen (1975-74) 

6. .553(715-1287) Lonny Baxter 11999-02) 

7. .551 1484-878) Larry Gibson (197B-791 

8. .550 1451-819) Joe Smith (1994-95) 

9. .547(485-886) Maurice Howard (1973-76) 

10. .540 (564-1044) Derrick Lewis (1985-88) 

11. .538 (B38-15B21 Len Bias (1983-861 

12. .535 1386-7211 Brad Davis 11975-77) 

13. .530 1491-9271 Steve Sheppard 11975-771 

14.. 5554 1393-7481 Jerrod Mustaf 11989-901 

,5247 1862-1 ,6431 John Lucas I1973-7B1 



Derrick Lewis at James Madison 11 -58-871 Field GoalS Made, SeaSOn 



10 Derrick Lewis vs, UMES 15-57-871 



Derrick Lewis vs. UMBO 15-18-871 



275 Albert King 11980) 



Derrick Lewis vs. Towson State (2-21-85) 
Derrick Lewis vs. Tennessee 11 1 -24-84) 
8 Cedric Lewis vs. Georgia Tech 15-13-91) 

Cedric Lewis vs. UMBO 11-7-91) 

Cedric Lewis vs. Calif.-lrvine 115-1 1-901 
Larry Gibson vs. St. Joseph's 115-59-78) 



274 Len Bias 11985) 



270 Adrian Branch 11 9S5) 




287 Len Bias (1986) 



258 Walt Williams (1995) 



Derrick Lewis 



253 John Lucas (1974) 



251 Juan Dixon 15005) 



550 Tom McMillen (1973) 



545 Joe Smith (1995) 



10. 



236 Jerrod Mustaf (1990) 



CJecscJe of nDi=»mitn^m 



All-Time Hecords 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

SuOt Nationa'' Chsmp/ons 
Final Four '2001, 2002 
Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999. 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCM Appearances' 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 



Maryland Men's Basket^gptC^ m J 





Steve S/ake 




Albert King 



535 Tom McMillen 11972) 



534 Juan Dixon [gOOOl 



233 John Lucas 11 97B) 



£33 Will Hetzel 11969) 



15. 932 Juan Dixon laOOl) 



Albert King 11981) 



Field Goals Made, Career 

1. BSg Albert King 11978-81) 



882 John Lucas 11973-761 



B3B Len Bias 11 983-88) 



B02 Juan Dixon 11999-021 



767 Adrian Branch (1982-851 



712 Lonny Baxter 11999-021 



699 Tom McMillen (1972-741 



68B Ernest Graham 11978-811 



10. 



684 Johnny Rhodes 11993-96) 



644 Terence Morns (1998-011 



11. 



823 Greg Manning 11978-81) 



12. 589 Keith Booth 11 994-97) 

1 3. 583 Laron Profit 11 996-99) 



583 Walt Williams (1989-92) 



15. 



584 Derrick Lewis 11985-881 



Field Goals Attempted, Season 

1 542 Walt Williams 11 992) 



535 Juan Dixon 120091 



529 Adrian Branch 119851 



527 Will Hetzel 11989) 



519 Len Bias 119851 



506 Juan Dixon (20001 



497 Albert King (19801 



495 John Lucas 11 974) 



491 Len Bias 11986) 



10. 



480 Juan Dixon (20011 



11. 



469 Gene 3hue 11 954) 



12. 



468 Bob Kessler 11955) 



13. 482 Albert King 11981) 



14. 456 John Lucas 11 9781 



15. 



454 Ernest Graham ( 1 9791 



Field Goals Attempted, Career 

1. 1.713 Juan Dixon (1999-021 

2. 1.673 Albert King (1978-81) 

3. 1,643 John Lucas 11973-76) 



1 .579 Adrian Branch (1 982-85) 



1,562 LenBiasl1983-BB) 



1 ,482 Johnny Rhodes 11 993-961 



1 ,363 Ernest Graham (1978-811 



1 .300 Terence Morris (199B-D11 



9. 1.291 Keith Booth 11994-971 



10. 1.287 Lonny Baxter 11 999-02) 

11. 1 .259 Tom McMillen (1 972-74) 

12. 1.251 Walt Williams (1989-921 

1 3. 1 .242 Will Hetzel (1 968-701 

1 4. 1 .229 Laron Profit (1 996-991 

15. 1 . 1 25 Jay McMillen 1 1 965-671 

3 -Point Field Goals Made, Season 

1 . 92 Juan Dixon (20021 

2. 89 Walt Williams (19921 

a 74 Drew Nicholas 12003) 



4. 



64 Steve Blake (2003) 



64 Teyon McOoy (1 9901 



82 Juan Dixon (2001) 



60 Sarunas Jasikevicius (199B1 



59 Johnny Rhodes (1 9931 



58 Keith Gatlin 119881 



10. 



49 Juan Dixon (2000) 



11. 



48 Matt Roe (19911 



48 Rudy Archer [19B81 



14. 



45 Steye Francis (19991 



45 Duane Simpkins (19961 



16. 



45 Johnny Rhodes (1995) 



44 Steve Blake (20021 



17. 



42 Sarunas Jasikevicius 11997) 



3-Point Field Goals Made, Career 

1. 239 Juan Dixon 11 999-02) 

2. 186 Johnny Rhodes 11993-961 



182 Steve Blake 12000-031 



1 7B Drew Nicholas (2000-031 



154 Walt Williams 11989-92) 



1 36 Sarunas Jasikevicius (1 995-981 
1 32 Teyon McCoy (1 987-88. 90) 



1 30 Duane Simpkins 1 1 993-96) 



1 05 Laron Profit 1 1 996-99) 



10. 



101 Terence Morris (199B-011 



11. 



89 Terrell Stokes 11996-991 



12. 



13. 



84 Exree Hipp 11993-961 



62 Mario Lucas (1993-96) 



14. 



61 Steve Hood (1987-881 



15. 



80 Danny Miller (1999-01) 



3-Point Field Goals Attempted, 
Season 

1. 240 Walt Williams (1992) 



232 Juan Dixon (2002) 



1 78 Drew Nicholas 12003) 



173 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 



184 Teyon McCoy (19901 



156 Matt Roe (1991) 



154 Steve Blake (20031 



151 Juan Dixon (2001) 



151 Laron Profit (19981 



10. 



1 35 Juan Dixon (2000) 



12. 



135 Johnny Rhodes (1 996) 



131 Sarunas Jasikevicius 119971 



13. 129 Johnny Rhodes 11994) 



14. 



128 Steve Blake 12002) 



15. 122 Rudy Archer 11988) 



16. 



120 Johnny Rhodes 11995) 



17. 



117 Laron Profit 11998) 



3-Point Field Goals Attempted, 
Career 

1. 615 Juan Dixon 11999-02) 




John Lucas 



557 Johnny Rhodes 11993-96) 



47B Steve Blake 12000-03) 



447 Drew Nicholas (SOOO-031 



429 Walt Williams (1989-92) 



429 Sarunas Jasikevicius (1995-981 



326 Laron Profit 11996-99) 



320 Duane Simpkins 11993-961 



10. 



31 6 Teyon McCoy 11 987-88, 90) 



299 Terence Morris 1 1 99B-0 1 1 



11. 



288 Exree Hipp [1993-96) 



12. 



235 Terrell Stokes (1996-99) 



13. 181 Danny Miller 11999-01) 



14. 



171 Marip Lucas 11993-961 



15. 



156 Matt Roe 11991) 



FT Percentage, Game Cmin. lOatt.] 

1 . 1 .000 114-14) Jerry Greenspan vs. Minnesota 1 1 2- 1 0-60) 

113-13) Len Bias vs. No. Carolina 12-20-861 

Lee Brawley vs. No. Carolina 11-2-51) 

(12-12) Duane Simpkins vs. Kentucky (1 1-24-95) 

Matt Roe vs. Wake Forest (2-23-91) 



T Massenburg at Penn St. 13-19-90) 

Bill Stasiulatis vs. Wake Forest 13-3-61) 

Lee Brawley vs. No. Carolina 11-2-511 

Bob Kessler vs. Geo. Washington 11-5-56) 

(11-111 Juan Dixon vs. Georgia Tech 11-B-011 

Duane Simpkins vs. Virginia (3-5-94) 

(10-101 Juan Dixon vs. Wake Forest (1-17-01) 

Tom Milroy vs. Penn 9t. (1 1-30-68) 

Jerry Bechtle vs. No. Carolina (2-23-60) 

15,. 929 (13-14) Walt Williams vs. No. Carolina (1-10-901 

FT Percentage, Season Cmin. SOatt.] 

1. .908 (79-871 Greg Manning (19801 

2. .898 (141-157) Juan Dixon (2002) 

3. .885 (128-1481 Juan Dixon (20011 

4. .864 (209-2421 Len Bias 119861 

.864 (57-66) Jo Jo Hunter (19781 

6. .862 (50-58) Keith Gatlin (1985) 

7. .857 (66-77) Greg Manning [19791 




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Sweet Sixteen • 1394. 1995. 1998. 1999. 2001, 2002. 2003 
NCAA Appearances' 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003| 



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FT Percentage, Career 

1. ,B5B [315-3B71 Greg Manning (1976-611 

2. ,B5D (426-501) Juan Dixon 11999-021 



2. ,636 (1 22-1461 Dutch Mprley (J 979-62) 

4. ,613 (1 00-1231 Jo JoH_u_nter(ig77-78) 

5. ,612 [3 11-3B31 Duane ampkins (1993 -961 
B, .603 (301-3751 Jim O'Brien (1971-73) 



Free Throws Attempted, 
Season 

1. 297 Keith Booth (19971 



7. .802 [85-1 OBI B ob McDonald [1 959. 611 
9. .799 1409-5121 Tom McMillan 11972-741 



ID.. 7953 1470-5911 Len Bias (19B3-BB) 



11.79 51 1163-2051 Keith Gatlin 1198 4.BB. 881 
12.. 799 (254-3181 Brad Davis d 975-771 

Free Throws Made, Season 

1. 213 Keith Booth (1997) 

2. 209 Joe 5mith (19951 

209 Len Bias (1 9661 

4. 197 Tom McMillen (1 9721 

5. 175 Walt Williams (1992) 

6. 174 Bob Kessler 119561 

7. 168 Joe 5mith (19941 

6. 162 Keith Booth (1996) 



153 Len 6ias( 19651 



10. 



147 Lonny Baxter 120021 



12. 145 Tony Massenburg 1 19901 

13. 143 Jerry Greenspan 11 9B31 



14. 



141 Juan Dixon (20021 



15. 



139 Will Hetzel (19691 



Free Thrawfs Made, Career 

1. 576 Keith Booth (1994-971 



470 Len Bias (1983-861 



454 
431 



Adrian Branch 11982-851 



Lonny Baxter 11 99 9-OSl 



426 Juan Dixon 11999-021 



409 Tom McMillen (1972-741 



Bob Kessler (1954-561 



2. 


262 


Joe 6mith 11995) 


3. 


263 


Bob Kessler 11956) 


4. 


242 


Len Bias 119861 


5. 


241 


Tom McMillen (19721 


6. 


236 


Lonny Baxter (20021 


7. 


231 


Walt Williams 119921 


6. 


229 
214 


Joe Smith 11994) 


9. 


Keith Booth 11 9961 


10. 


206 


Lonny Baxter (20011 


11. 


204 


Bob Kessler (1955) 


12. 


201 


Tony Massenburg (1 9901 


13. 


200 


ObinnaEkezie (19961 


14. 


197 


Len Bias (19851 


15. 


191 


Jerry Greenspan (1 9631 


Free Throws Attempted, 
Career 

1. 824 Keith Booth 11994-971 


2. 


718 


Lonny Baxter (1999-02) 


3, 


607 


Adrian Branch (1 962-65) 


4, 


591 
587 


Len Bias 11983-661 


5, 


Bob Kessler 11954-56) 


6. 


544 


ObinnaEkezie 11996-991 


7, 


512 


Tom McMillen (1 979-741 


a. 


511 


Joe Smith 11994-95) 


9, 


504 


Walt Williams 11989-921 


10, 


501 


Juan Dixon (1999-021 


11, 


487 
476 
441 


Derrick Lewis (1985-88) 


12, 
13. 


Tony Massenburg 1198B, 88-90) 
Terence Morris 11998-01) 


14, 


431 


Laron Profit 11996-991 




431 


Albert King (1976-611 


16, 


420 


Jerry Greenspan (1961-63) 


17. 


419 


Buck Williams (1979-81) 


18. 


389 


AlBunge 11958-601 






Keith Booth 





Joe Smith 



A]bert King 



Obinna Ekezie 



Juan Dixon 



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A DECADE DF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 
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Sweet Sixteen < 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999. 3001. 2002. 2003 
NCAA Appearances ' 1994. 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001. 2002. 2003 



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Freshman Records 




Scoring Average 

1, 19.7 Joe Smith [19941 



Joe Smith 
Points 

1, 585 Joe Smith (19941 
g, 44g Adrian Branch [19821 
3. 4S5 John Lucas [19731 



392 Johnny Rhodes [19931 
381 Albert King (19781 



B, 371 JerrodMustaf (19891 
7, 369 Steve Hood (19B71 
B. 384 Brad Davis [19751 



2. 


15.2 Adrian Branch (19821 


3. 


14.3 Jerrod IVIustaf (19891 


4. 


14.2 Steve Hood (19871 


14.2 John Lucas [19731 


8 


14.0 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


7. 


13.B Albert Kinq (19781 


8. 


12.8 Brad Davis (1975) 


Rebounds 

1. 323 Buck Williams [19791 


2. 


322 Joe Smith (19941 


3. 


241 Derrick Lewis (19851 


4. 


202 Jerrod IVIustaf (19891 


5, 


187 Albert Kinq (19781 


6, 


1B3 Keith Booth (1994) 


7. 


173 Brian Williams (19881 


8. 


157 Larry Gibson (197B1 


Rebound Average 

1. 10,7 Joe Smith (19941 


2. 


10,0 Buck Williams (19791 


3. 


9,8 Larry Gibson (1976) 


4. 


7,8 Jerrod Ivlustaf (19891 


5. 


B.7 Albert Kinq [19781 


B. 


8.5 Derrick Lewis (19851 


7. 


6,1 Keith Booth (1994) 


8. 


6,0 Brian Williams (19881 



Assists 

1, 217 Steve Blake (20001 

2. 178 John Lucas (1973) 

3. 14B Keith Gatlin (19841 

4, 134 Brad Davis (19751 

5, 128 Dutch Morley (19791 

6. Ill TeyonlVlcCov (19871 

7, 91 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 

8. 87 Exree Hipp (19931 



Steals 

1. 71 Steve Blake (2000) 

71 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 

3. 50 Juan Dixon (1999) 

4. 45 Keith Booth (1994) 

5. 43 Dutch Morley (1979) 
B. 42 Joe Smith (1994) 

7, 40 Laron Profit (1998) 

8. 38 Terrell Stokes (19961 



Blocked Shots 

1. 99 Derrick Lewis (19851 

2. 93 Joe Smith (19941 

3. 36 Brian Williams (19BB1 

4. 29 Terence (Vlorns (19981 



Field Goals Made 

1. 190 John Lucas (19731 



28 Jerrod IVIustaf (19891 



27 Terence fVlorris (19981 

28 Tahj Holden (20001 
25 Travis Garrison (20031 
25 Buck Williams (19791 



a. 


IBB Joe Smith (1994) 


3, 


164 Adrian Branch (1982) 


1B4 Albert Kinq (19781 


5. 


157 Jerrod Ivlustaf [19891 


6. 


143 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


7. 


141 Brad Davis (1975) 


8. 


138 Steve Hood (1987) 


Field Goals Att. 

1, 395 Joe Smith (19941 


2, 


355 Johnny Rhodes (1333) 


3, 


353 John Lucas (1973) 


4, 


346 Adrian Branch (1982) 


5, 


327 Albert Kinq (1978! 


6, 


302 Jerrod (Vlustaf (19891 


7, 


290 Steve Hood (19871 


8, 


270 Exree Hipp (19931 



3-Point Field 
Goals Made 

1 , 59 Johnny Rho des (1993 

2, 37 Steve Blake (20001 

3, 36 Juan Dixon (19991 
36 Teyon McCoy (19871 

5, 35 Steve Hood (1987) 

8, 31 Drew Nicholas (2000) 

7. 20 Exree Hipp (1993) 

8. 14 S. Jasikevicius (19951 



3-Point Field 
Goals Att. 

1. 173 Johnny Rhodes (19931 



2. 


102 Steve Blake (2000) 


3. 


97 Juan Dixon (1999) 


4. 


92 Drew Nicholas (2000) 


5. 


80 Steve Hood (1987) 


BO Teyon McCoy (1987) 


7. 


63 Exree Hipp (1993) 


8. 


39 Danny Miller (1 999) 


Free Throws Made 

1, 188 Joe Smith (1994) 


2, 


114 Adrian Branch [19821 


3, 


92 GreqManninq (19781 


4, 


87 Keith Booth (1994) 


5, 


82 Bred Davis (1975) 


6, 


65 AIBunqe(ig58) 


7, 


82 Steve Hood (1987) 


8. 


80 Buck Williams (1979) 


Free Throw/ Att. 

1. 229 Joe Smith (1994) 


2. 


149 Adrian Branch (1982) 


149 Keith Booth (1994) 


4. 


109 Buck Williams (19791 


5. 


108 Greq Manninq (1978) 


8, 


100 Brad Davis (1975) 


7, 


95 Steve Hood (1987) 


8. 


89 Lonny Baxter (1999) 




omore Records 



Tom McMillen 
Points 

1. 706 Joe Smith (1995) 



2. 


867 


Tom McMillen (1972) 


3. 


630 


Juan Dixon (2000) 


4. 


609 


JerrodMustaf (1990) 


5. 


564 


John Lucas (1974) 


6. 


547 


Lonny Baxter (2000) 


7. 


541 


Adrian Branch (1983) 


8. 


521 


Terence Morris (1 999) 



Scoring Average 

1. 21.2 Tom McMillen (1972) 



2. 


20.8 Joe Smith (1995) 


3. 


20.1 John Lucas (1974) 


4, 


19.7 Jay McMillen (1965) 


5. 


18.7 Adrian Branch (1983) 


6, 


18.5 JerrodMustaf (1990) 


7. 


18.0 Juan Dixon (2000) 


8. 


18.8 Ernest Graham (1979! 


Rebounds 

1. 362 Joe Smith (1995) 


2, 


351 Len Elmore (1972) 


3, 


308 Lonny Baxter (2000) 


4, 


308 Tom McMillen (1972) 


5, 


265 AIBunqe(1958) 


6, 


257 Chris Wilcox (2002) 


7, 


254 JerrodMustaf (1990) 


8, 


249 Lawrence Boston (1976) 


Rebound Average 

1 , 1 1 ,0 Len Elmore (1 972) 


2, 


10,7 Joe Smith (1 995) 


3. 


10,1 Buck Williams (1980) 


4, 


9,8 Tom McMillen (1 972) 


5, 


9,1 AIBunqe(195B) 


6, 


8,9 Lawrence Boston (1976) 


7, 


8,8 Lonny Baxter (2000) 


8. 


8,6 Barry Yates (1971) 



Assists 

1. 248 Steve Blake (20011 



2. 


221 Keith Gatlin (1985) 


3. 


165 Brad Davis (19761 


4. 


159 John Lucas (19741 


5. 


143 Terrell Stokes (19971 


8. 


1 36 Duane Simpkins (1 394) 


7. 


127 Juan Dixon (20001 


a. 


124 Dutch Morley (19801 


Steals 

1 . 98 Juan Dixon (20001 


2. 


78 Johnny Rhodes (19941 


3. 


64 Dutch Morley (1980) 


4. 


57 Steve Slake (2001) 


57 Laron Profit (1 9971 


57 Walt Williams [19901 


7. 


51 Joe Smith (19951 


8. 


50 Terence Morns (19991 


9. 


45 Danny Miller (2000) 


45 Terrell 3tokes (19971 


45 Duane Simpkins (1 994) 


Blocked Shots 

1. 97 Joe Smith (1995) 


1, 97 Joe Smith (1995) 


2, 


79 Lonny Baxter (2000) 


3. 


77 Terence Morris (1999) 


4, 


71 Derrick Lewis (1986) 


5, 


53 Chris Wilcox (2002) 


6, 


43 Keith Booth (19951 


7, 


36 Cedric Lewis (19891 


a. 


34 Walt Williams (1990) 



Field Goals Made 

1, 253 John Lucas (1974) 



245 Joe Smith (1995) 



236 Jerrod Mustaf (1990) 



235 Tom McMillen (1972) 



234 Juan Dixon (2000) 



222 Ernest Graham (1979) 



318 Lonny Baxter (20001 



211 Len Bias (1 984) 



Field Goals Att. 

1, 506 Juan Dixon (2000) 



2 


495 


John Lucas (1974) 


3. 


454 


Ernest Graham (19791 


4, 


446 


Jerrod Mustaf (19901 


5. 


428 


Tom McMillan (19721 


6, 


424 


Joe Smith (19951 




424 


Jay McMillen (19651 


6, 


420 


Adrian Branch (19831 



3-Point Field 
Goals Made 

1 , 49 Juan Dixon (20001 



2, 


40 


Johnny Rhodes (19941 


3 


RR 


Duane Simpkins (19941 


4, 


37 


Steve Slake (2001) 


5, 


35 


Laron Profit (1897) 


6, 


34 


Drew Nicholas (2001) 




34 


Danny Miller (20001 


6, 


32 


Teyon McCoy (1 9681 



3-Point Field 
Goals Att. 

1. 1 35 Juan Dixon (20001 



2. 


129 Johnny Rhodes (1 9941 


3. 


99 Laron Profit (19971 


4. 


95 Danny Miller (20001 


5. 


94 Steve Blake (2001) 


6. 


94 Exree Hipp (1994) 


7. 


88 Duane Simpkins (19941 


8. 


83 Terrell Stokes (1997) 


Free Throws Made 

1, 209 Joe Smith (19951 


2, 


197 Tom McMillen (1972) 


3, 


134 Jim DBrien (1971) 


4, 


133 Jim Halleck (1957) 


5, 


127 JerrodMustaf (19901 


6, 


118 Adrian Branch (19831 


7, 


114 Keith Booth (19951 


8, 


113 Juan Dixon (2000) 



Free Throw 
Attempts 

1. 285 Joe Smith (1395) 

2. 241 Tom M cMillen (1 97S) 

3. 1 87 Lonny Baxter (5 000) 

4. 174 Jim Ha lleck (1957) 

5. 171 Jim O'Brien (1971) 
8. 165 Adrian Branch (1983) 
7. 164 Keith Booth [1995J 

164 JerrodMustaf (1 9901 



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A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 Nawnai Cnampions r ^m^ 

Final Fovr • 2001 . 2003 L^i 

Sweet Sixteen ' 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 



20031 




Scoring Average 

1. 23.3 WillHetzel(19B9) 



Assists 

1. 2BB Steve Blake (2002) 



2. 


21.7 


Albert KinqllBBO) 


3. 


21.2 


Tom McMillen (19731 


4. 


20.9 


Bob Kessler (1955) 


5. 


19.B 


Derrick LewiG(19B7) 


B. 


19.5 


John Lucas (1975) 


7. 


1B.9 


Len Bias (1 9B5) 


B. 


18.7 


Walt Williams (1991) 



Rebounds 

1. 363 Buck Williams (1981) 



31 B Will Hetzel(1989) 



293 Terence Morns (2QD0) 



290 Len Elmore (1973) 



286 Lonny Baxter (20011 



284 Tom McMillen (19731 



271 Gary Ward (1965) 



253 Larry Gibson (19781 



Len Bias 
' Points 

1 701 Len Bias (1985) 



Rebound Average 

1. 12.2 Will Heczel(1969) 



2. 


674 


Albert Kinq (1980) 


3. 


654 


Juan Dixon (2001) 


4. 


616 


Tom McMillen (19731 


5. 


605 


Will Hetzel (19691 


6. 


579 


Steve Francis (1999) 


7. 


561 


Lonny Baxter (2001) 


8. 


537 


Terence Moms (2000) 



2. 


11.7 


Buck Williams (19811 


3. 


11.2 


Len Elmore (1973) 


4, 


11.8 


Bob Eicher(1962) 


5. 


11.6 


AIBunqB(1959) 


6. 


11.0 


Bob Kessier(1955) 


7. 


10,4 


Gary Ward (1965) 


8. 


10.1 


Rod Horst (1989) 



2. 


204 Keith Gatlin (19861 


3. 


172 Rudy Archer (19BB1 


4. 


1B2 DuaneSimpkins (19951 


5. 


154 Kevin McLinton (1992) 


6. 


152 Steve Francis (1999) 


7. 


149 Terrell Stokes (19981 


8. 


136 Ernest Graham (1980) 


Steals 

1. 95 Juan Dixon (2001) 


95 Steve Francis (1999) 


3. 


87 Laron Profit (1998) 


4. 


85 Johnny Rhodes (1995) 


5. 


56 Steve Blake (2002) 


B. 


53 Terence Morris (20001 


7. 


47 Kevin McUnton (1992) 


8. 


43 Ernest Graham (1980) 


Blocked Shots 

1. 114 Derrick Lewis (1987) 


2. 


71 Terence Moms (2000) 


3, 


57 Larry Gibson (1978) 


4. 


55 Lonny Baxter (20011 


5. 


49 Cedric Lewis (1 990) 


6. 


37 0binnaEke2ie(199B) 


7. 


36 Laron Profit (1998) 


8. 


34 Tahi Holden (2002) 




Scoring Average 



Walt Williams 
Points 

1, 776 Walt Williams (19921 

2, 743 Len Bias [19B81 

3, 735 Juan Dixon (20051 

4, 671 Adrian Branch (19851 

5, 654 Gene Shue (19541 
B. B24 Keith Booth (19971 

7. 559 Albert Kinq (19811 

8. 557 John Lucas (1976) 
557 Tony Massenburq (1990) 



1. 


26. B Walt Williams (1992) 


2. 


23.2 Len Bias (1986) 


3. 


20.4 Juan Dixon (2002) 


20.4 Bob Kessler (1 95B1 


5. 


19.9 John Lucas (1 976) 


6. 


19.5 Keith Booth (1997) 


7. 


19.4 Tom McMillen (1 9741 


8. 


18.5 Evers Burns (1993) 


Rebounds 

1. 412 Len Elmore (1974) 


2. 


33B Bob Kessler (19561 


3. 


321 Tom Roy (1975) 


4. 


314 Tony Massenburq (1990) 


5, 


2BB Lonny Baxter (20021 


B. 


277 Terence Morris (20011 


7. 


269 Ben Coleman (1984) 


269 Tom McMillen (19741 


Rebound Average 

1. 14.7 Len Elmore (19741 


2. 


14.0 Bob Kessler (1 9561 


3. 


12.6 AlBunqe [19601 


4. 


11.1 Tom Roy (1975) 


5. 


10.7 Bob McDonald (1961) 


8. 


10.4 Bob Everett (1955) 


7. 


10.1 Tonv Massenburq (19901 


8. 


10.0 Tom McMillen (19741 



Assists 

1 . 221 SteveBlake (2003) 

2. 213 Terrell Stokes (1999) 

3. 175 Kevin McLinton (1993) 

4. 135 Greq Nared (1 989) 
135 Mickey Wiles (19701 

8. 124 Dutch Morley (19821 

7. 121 Bob Bodell (1973) 

8. 120 Ernest Graham (1981) 

9. 118 Duane Simpkins (1 9981 



Steals 

1. 110 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 Walt Williams (19921 

7. 50 Steve Blake (2003) 
B. 47 Evers Burns (19931 

9 46 Kevin McLinton (19931 

46 Greq Nared (1 9B9) 



Blocked Shots 

1. 143 Cednc Lewis (1991) 

2. 79 Terence Morris (2001) 

3. 69 Lonny Baxter (2002) 

4. 59 Tahi Holden (2003) 

5. 58 Larry Gibson (19791 

6. 55 Derrick Lewis (1988) 

7. 42 Ben Coleman (1984) 

7. 37 Tony Massenburq (1990) 

8. 36 Ryan Randle (2003) 
36 Chris Kerwin (19931 



fj^i^^yland Men's Basketball 



Junior Records 



Field Goals Made 

1. 275 Albert King (1 980) 



2. 


274 Len Bias (1 985) 


3. 


250 Tom McMillen (19731 


4. 


233 Will Hetzel (19891 


5. 


232 Juan Dixon (20011 


B. 


219 Lonny Baxter (20011 


7. 


205 Steve Francis (19991 


8. 


203 Steve Sheppard (19761 


Field Goals Att. 

1, 527 Will Hetzel (1969) 


2. 


519 Len Bias (1 985) 


3. 


497 Albert Kinq (1 9801 


4, 


480 Juan Dixon (20011 


5, 


488 Bob Kessler (19551 


6. 


427 Tom McMillan (1973) 


7. 


412 Laron Profit (19981 


B. 


408 Terence Morris (2000) 



3-Point Field 
Goals Made 

1. 64 Teyon McCoy (1990) 



2. 


62 


Juan Dixon (2001) 


3. 


48 


Rudy Archer (1 9881 


4. 


45 


Steve Francis (19991 




45 


Johnny Rhodes (1995) 


6. 


44 


Steve Blake (20021 


7. 


42 


S. Jasikevicius(1997) 


8. 


40 


Duane Simpkins (1995) 



ior Records 



Field Goals Made 

1. 270 Adrian Branch (19851 



2. 


267 


Len Bias (1986) 


3. 


256 


Walt Williams [1992) 


4. 


251 


Juan Dixon [2002) 


5. 


233 


John Lucas (19761 


6. 


232 


Albert Kinq (1981) 


7. 


214 


Tom McMillen (19741 


8. 


211 


Evers Burns (1993) 


Field Goals Att. 

1. 542 Walt Williams (1992) 


2. 


535 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


3. 


529 


Adrian Branch (1985) 


4. 


491 


Len Bias (1986) 


5. 


4B9 


Gene Shue (19541 


6. 


4B2 


Albert Kinq (1981) 


7. 


456 


John Lucas (1976) 


8. 


437 


Keith Booth (1997) 



3-Paint Field 
Goals Made 

1 . 92 Juan Dixon (20021 



2. 


89 


Walt Williams (19921 


3. 


73 


Drew Nicholas (2003) 


4. 


64 


Steve Blake (20031 


5. 


60 


S. Jasikevicius(199B) 


B. 


56 


Keith Gatlin (19BB) 


7. 


48 


Matt Roe (1991) 


8. 


45 


Duane Simpkins (1996) 


9. 


42 


Johnny Rhodes (1996) 


10. 


34 


Mario Lucas (1996) 




34 


John Johnson (19891 



3-Point Field 
Goals Att. 

1. 164 Teyon McCoy (1990) 



2. 


151 


Juan Dixon (2001) 


3. 


131 


S. Jasikevicius (1997) 


4. 


128 


Steve Blake (20021 


5. 


122 


Rudy Archer (1988) 


6. 


120 


Johnny Rhodes (19951 


7. 


117 


Laron Profit (19981 


8. 


116 


Steve Francis (19991 


Free Throws Made 

1. 162 Keith Booth (19961 


2. 


153 


Len Bias (1985) 


3. 


139 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


4. 


134 


ObinnaEkezie (19981 


5. 


131 


Bob Kessler (19551 


6. 


130 


Jerry Greenspan (1962) 


7. 


128 


Juan Dixon (20011 


8. 


124 


Steve Francis (19991 



Free Throws 
Attempted 



1. 


214 


Keith Booth (19961 


2. 


206 


Lonny Baxter [20011 


3. 


200 


Obinna Ekezie [19981 


4. 


197 


Len Bias (19851 


5. 


182 


Buck Williams (19811 


6. 


177 


Derrick Lewis (19871 


7. 


171 


Will Hetzel [19691 


8. 


167 


Jerry Greenspan (19621 



3-Point Field 
Goals Att. 

1. 240 Walt Williams (1992) 



2. 


232 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


3. 


178 


Drew Nicholas (20031 


4. 


154 


Steve Blake (20031 


5. 


156 


Matt Roe (19911 


6. 


151 


S, Jasikevicius (1998) 


7, 


135 


Johnny Rhodes (1996) 


8, 


113 


Keith Gatlin (1988) 


9, 


100 


Duane Simpkins (1996) 


10. 


99 


Marip Lucas (19961 




99 


Greq Nared (1989) 


Free Throws Made 

1. 213 Keith Booth (1997) 


2. 


209 


Len Bias (1 986) 


3. 


175 


Walt Williams (1992) 


4. 


174 


Bob Kessler (19561 


5. 


147 


Lonny Baxter (20021 


6. 


145 


Tony Massenburq (1990) 


7. 


143 


Jerry Greenspan (1 963) 


8. 


141 


Juan Dixon (2002) 



Free Throw/ 
Attempts 



1. 


297 


Keith Booth (1997) 


2. 


263 


Bob Kessler (1956) 


3, 


242 


Len Bias (1 986) 


4. 


236 


Lonny Baxter (2002) 


5. 


231 


Walt Williams (1992) 


B. 


2D1 


Tony Massenburq ( 1 990) 


7, 


191 


Jerry Greenspan (1963) 


8, 


182 


Bob Everett (1955) 



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ANNUA 



readers 



Year 


SCORING 

Leader 


Points 


Avg. 


REBOUNDING 

Leader Rebs. Avg. 


FIELD GOAL PCT. 

Leader FG Pet. 


SOOS-03 


Drew Nicholas 


552 


17,8 


Ryan Randle 


224 7.2 


John Gilchrist 


.588 


S001-0S 


Juan Dixon 


735 


20,4 


Lonny Baxter 


288 8.2 


Lonny Baxter 


.545 


saoo-01 


Juan Dixon 


645 


18,2 


Lonny Baxter 


286 7.9 


Lonny Baxter 


.566 


1999-00 


Juan Dixon 


BSD 


18,0 


Lonny Baxter 


308 B.B 


Lonny Baxter 


.533 


1998-99 


Steve Francis 


579 


17.0 


Terence Morris 


242 7.1 


Terence Morris 


.551 


1997-99 


Laron Profit 


506 


15.8 


Rodney Elliott 


236 7.4 


Termce Morris 


.523 


1996-97 


Keith Booth 


B24 


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 1D.7 


Joe Smith 


.522 


1999-93 


Evers Bums 


518 


1B.5 


Evers Bums 


249 8,9 


Evers Bums 


.506 


1991-9S 


Walt Williams 


776 


26.8 


Evers Bums 


206 7.1 


Evers Burns 


.516 


1990-91 


Matt Roe 


498 


17.8 


Cedric Lewis 


233 B.3 


Garfield Smith 


.527 




Walt Williams 


318 


1B.7 










19B9-90 


Jerrod Mustaf 


609 


18.5 


Tony Massenburg 


314 10.1 


Jerrod Mustaf 


.529 


1988-89 


Tony Massenburg 


481 


16.6 


Tony Massenburg 


226 7.8 


Tony Massenburg 


.550 


1987-88 


Derricl< Lewis 


4BB 


15.D 


Derrick 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 B.4 


Ben Coleman 


.608 


1988-83 


Adrian Branch 


541 


18.7 


Ben Coleman 


242 8.1 


Ben Coleman 


.571 


1981-88 


Adrian Branch 


442 


15.2 


Herman Veal 


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 


B74 


21.7 


Buck Williams 


242 10.1 


Greg Manning 


.643 


1978-79 


Ernest Graham 


499 


16.6 


Buck Williams 


323 10.8 


Buck Williams 


.583 


1977-78 


Lawrence Boston 


428 


15.5 


Larry Gibson 


253 9.0 


Lawrence Boston 


.580 


1976-77 


Lawrence Boston 


338 


13.0 


Larry Gibson 


228 8.4 


Lawrence Boston 


.597 




Steve Sheppard 


309 


1B.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 1 1 .2 


Tom McMillen 


.585 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen 


867 


20.8 


Len Elmore 


351 11.0 


Tom McMillen 


.549 


1970-71 


Howard White 


3B9 


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.D 


Jay McMillen 


195 8.1 


Will Hetzel 


.423 


1966-67 


Jay McMillen 


392 


16.3 


Jay McMillen 


195 8.1 


Rich Drescher 


.445 


1965-66 


Gary Ward 


430 


17.2 


Gary 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 
Bob McDonald 


380 
347 


15.2 
13.4 


Jerry Greenspan 


235 9.4 


Bruce Kelleher 


,437 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


279 10.7 


Bob McDonald 


.453 


1959-60 


Al Bunge 


383 


16.6 


Al Bunge 


289 12.6 


Paul Jelus 


.470 


1959.59 


Charles McNeil 


311 


14.8 


Al Bunge 


241 10.5 


Charles McNeil 


.443 


1957-58 


Cnarles McNeil 


311 


14.8 


Al Bunge 


265 9.1 


Nick Davis 


.463 


1956-57 


Bob O'Bnen 


342 


13.2 


Jim Halleck 


195 7.5 


John Nacinick 


.470 


1955-56 


Bob Kessler 


490 


20.4 


Bob Kessler 


336 14.D 


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 


50B 


22.1 






Gene Shue 


.469 


1951-52 


- not available - 


_ 


— 






- not available - 


_ 


1950-51 


Lee Brawley 


404 


15.0 






Dick Koffenberger 


.480 




Evers Burns 




Sob McDonald 




Tony Massenburg 



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A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

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Sweet Sixteen '1994. 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001. 2002, 3003 

NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 199B. 1997, 1998, 1999. 2000, 2001. 2002. 200, 



land Meh's Wtastceman 



FREE THROW PCT. ASSISTS 

Year leader Pet, Leader 



Assists Avg, 



STEALS 

Leader 



Stea/s Avg. 



BLOCKED 

Leader 



SHOTS 

Btocks Avg. 



saoaj33^ 
sooi-oa 



Drew Nicholas 



.852 



Steve Blake 



221 7.1 Steve Blake 



50 1.B 



Juan Dixon 



.898 



Steve Blake 



286 7.9 Juan Dixon 



92 2.6 



B000-D1 Juan Dixon 
1999-00 Juan Dixon 



Steve Blake 



248 8.9 Juan Dixon 



95 2.6 



.790 



Steve Blake 



217 6.2 Juan Dixon 



96 2.7 



Ryan Ran dle 

Lon ny Baxter 

Ter ence M oms 
Lonny Baxter 



1967-69 


Pete Johnson 


.721 


1966-67 


Jay McMillen 


.787 


1965-66 


Jay McMillen 


.792 


1964-65 


Gary Ward 


,818 


1963-64 


Neil Brayton 


.803 


1963-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


.749 


1961-65 


Bruce Kellehep 


.816 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


.873 


1959-60 


Paul Jelus 


.842 


1959-59 


Jerry Bechtle 


.783 


1957-58 


Charles McNeil 


.762 


1956-57 


Jinn Halleck 


.764 


1955-56 


Bob O'Brien 


.767 


1954-55 


- not available - 


_ 


1953-54 


Gene Shue 


.789 


195S-53 


Gene Shue 


.700 


1951-55 


- not available - 


_ 


1950-51 


Dick Koffenberqer 


.772 



36 1.2 



69 2.0 



79 2.2 



79 2.3 



1998-99 


Juan Dixon 
Sarunas Jasikevicius 


.830 


Terrell Stokes 


213 


6.3 


Steve Francis 


95 


2.8 


Terence Morris 


77 


2.3 


1997-98 


.759 


Terrell Stokes 


149 


4.7 


Laron Profit 


87 


2,7 


Obinna Ekezie 


37 


1,P 


1996-97 


Sarunas Jasikevicius 


.742 


Terrell Stokes 


143 


4.5 


Keith Booth 


64 


p,n 


Obinna Ekezie 


33 


1 1 


1995-96 


Duane Simpkins 


.845 


Duane Simpkins 


118 


4.4 


Johnny Rhodes 


110 


3,7 


Keith Booth 


23 


0.8 


1994-95 


Duane Simpkins 


.841 


Duane Simpkons 


162 


4.8 


Johnny Rhodes 


85 


2,5 


Joe Smith 


97 


2.9 


1993-94 


Duans Simpkins 


.784 


Duane Simpkins 


136 


4.5 


Johnny Rhodes 


76 


2,3 


Joe Smith 


93 


3.1 


1998-93 


Kevin McLinton 
Kevin McLinton 


.822 


Kevin McLinton 


154 


5.3 


Johnny Rhodes 


71 


2,5 


Chris Kerwin 


3D 


1.1 


1991-98 


.781 


Kevin 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 


Greq Nared 


135 


4.8 


Greq Nered 


46 


1,6 


Cedric Lewis 


36 
55 


1.3 


1987-89 


Rudy Archer 


,770 


Rudy Archer 


172 


5.5 


Derrick Lewis 


45 


1.5 


Derrick Lewis 


1,8 


1986-87 


John Johnson 


,790 


Teyon McCoy 


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 


8.0 


Adrian Branch 


45 


1,2 


Derrick Lewis 


99 


2,7 


1993-84 


Len Bias 


,767 


Keith Gatlin 


148 


4.6 


Adrian Branch 


29 


1,0 


Ben Coleman 


48 


1.3 


1988-83 


Herman Veal 


.762 


Jeff Adkins 


121 


4.0 


Jeff Adkins 


23 


0,6 


Ben Coleman 


33 

31 


1.1 


1981-88 


Herman Veal 


.780 


Dutch Morley 


128 


4.3 


Dutch Morley 


33 


1.1 


Charles Pittman 


1.3 


1980-81 


Greq Manning 


,821 


Ernest Graham 


120 


3.9 


Ernest Graham 


42 


1.4 


Buck Williams 


29 


0.9 


1979-80 


Greq Manninq 


.908 


Ernest Graham 


136 


4.4 


Dutch Morley 


64 


2.1 


Taylor Baldwin 


35 


1.1 


1978-79 


Greq Manninq 


.857 


Dutch Morley 


128 


4.3 


Dutch Morley 


43 


1,4 


Larry Gibson 


58 


1.9 


1977-78 


Jo Jo Hunter 


,863 


Greq Manninq 


74 


2,6 


Jo Jo Hunter 


26 


1.0 


Larry Gibson 


57 


2.0 


1976-77 


Brad Davis 


.784 


Brad Davis 


132 


4.9 


Steve Sheppard 


27 


1.4 


Larry Gibson 


67 


2.5 


1975-76 


Maurice 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 














1971-78 


Ton McMillan 


,817 


Howard White 


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 






















Jim O'Brien 



Cedric Lewis 



Kevin (McLinton 



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A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four ' 2001 . 2002 

Sweet Sixteen > 1994. 1995. 1998, 1999, 2001. 2002. 2003 

NCM Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999. 2000. 2001. 2002. 2003 



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^Siffdlii 




All seasons are reflected by a single year (I.e., 
1950-51 IS indicated as 1951). Statistical 
records except for wins and losses are since 
1951, except for the following.- three-point 
records are since 1 987,- assists necords are since 
1 970; blocfcs and steals records ane since 1 977. 

Most Games Played 

37 in 1 985 05 wins, 1 2 losses! 

36 in gPOg gg wms, 4 losses) 

36 in gQD1 [g5 wins, 1 1 losses! 

35 in 2000 (£5 wins, 10 losses! 

Highest Win Percentage 

.689 135-41, 2002 

.844 [27-5). 197S 

.828124-5). 1975 



.824 126-6). 1999 



.624(14-3), 1926 



.821 123-5), 1974 



Lowest Win Percentage 

.000(0-16), 1914 



.000(0-2). 1905 



.045(1-21!, 1941 



.125(2-14!, 1945 



.167(1-5), 1919 



Highest Home Court Win Pet. 

1.000(16-0), 1995 



1.000(15-0). 2002 



1.000(16-0), 1980 



1.000(14-0), 1972 



1.000(11-0), 1928 



.938(15-1), 2000 



.929(13-1), 1999 



.923(12-1), 1974 



.923(12-1), 1973 



.917(11-1). 1932 



Most Wins 

32 in 2002 



28 in 1999 



27 in 1972 



26 in 1995 



25 in 2001 



25 in 2000 



25 in 1985 



Most Losses 

21 in 1941 



20 in 19S9 



16 in 1969 



16 in 1950 



18 in 1949 



Most Consecutive Wins 

14(beganvs.WashingtonSl^onJan. 15, 1932; 

ended tiy No. I^rolina on Feb. 19. 1932) 
13 (began vs. Clemson on Jan. 20, 2002; 

ended by NC State on March 9. 2002) 
1 1 (began vs. Howard on Nov. 26, 1996; ended 

by Georgia on Dec. 30, 1996) 

11 (began vs. E. Carolina on Nov. 29, 1975; 

ended by Wake Forest on Jan. 10. 1976) 
1 1 (began vs. Duke on Feb. 2. 1 973; ended by 

NC State on March 9. 1973) 

1 (began vs. Michigan on Dec. 2. 20(X); ended 

by No. Carolina on Jan. 10, 2001) 
10 (began vs. W. Carolina on Nov. 14, 1998; 

ended by Kentucky on Dec. IS, 19981 
10 (began vs. Alaska-Anchorage on Nov. 24, 

1 984; ended by Ga. Tech on Dec. 28. 1 964) 
1 (began vs. Ball St. on Nov. 30, 1 976; ended 

by Wake Forest on Jan. 8, 1977) 



10 (began vs. Brown on Nov. 29, 1972; ended 
by NC State on Jan. 14, 1973) 

Most Consecutive Losses 

22 (began vs. Duke on March 1 , 1940; ended 
vs. Washington College on Feb. 22, 1941) 

Most Consecutive ACC Wins 

Overall: 1 4 (began vs. Clemson on Jan. 20, 2002; 
ended at Wake Forest on Jan. 15, 2003) 



1 2 (began vs. Clemson on Jan, 20, 2002; 
final 1 2 ACC games of 2001 -02 season) 

Most Consecutive Home Wins 

Overall: 24 (began vs. UMES on Nov. 30, 
1 979; ended vs. Virginia on Jan. 1 4. 1 961 ) 

Most Consecutive /Von- 
League Home Wins 

87 (began vs. Alcorn St. on Dec. 30, 1 969; 
ended vs. Florida on Dec. 14. 2002) 

Most Home Games With- 
out Consecutive Losses 

147 (began Feb. 24, 1993 vs. NC State; still 
current entering the 2003-04 season! 

Most Overtime Games 

4 in 1998 

4 in 1965 

Most Overtime Periods 

7 in 1964 

Most iaO-Point Games 

Bin 1975 

Bin 1974 

Most Consecutive 100- 
Paint Games 

4 in 2001 (123 vs. Norfolk State. 117 vs. 
Chicago State, 105 vs. Md.-Eastern Shore, 
1 04 at Clemson) 

Overall Total Attendance 

608.859 in 2002 (36 games) 

528.918 in 2001 (36 games) 

514.318 in 2003 (31 games) 

503.648 in 2000 (35 games) 

473.626 in 1 999 (34 games! 



Home Total Attendance 

281,057 in 2003 (16 games! 

540,254 in 1977 (19 games) 

226,369 in 2000 (16 games) 

251,020 in 1995 (16 games) 

212,495 in 2002 (15 games) 

Overall Avg. Attendance 

16.912 in 2002 (36 games) 



16,591 in 2003 131 games) 



14.692 in 2001 (36 games) 



1 4.390 in 2000 (35 games) 



13.944 in 1998 (32 games) 



13.930 in 1999 (34 games) 



Home Avg. Attendance 

17,566 in 2003 (16 games) 

14,455 in 1999 (14 games) 

14,166 in 2002 (15 games) 

14.146 in 2000 (16 games) 

14.058 in 2001 (14 games) 

13.814 in 1995 (16 games) 



Most Points Scored 

3,067 in 2001 (36 games) 

3,060 in 2002 (36 games) 

2,946 in 1 995 (34 games) 

2,673 in 1999 (34 games) 

2,747 in 1 990 (33 games) 

Highest Average Points 
Per Game 

69,9 in 1975 (2,607 in 29 games) 

88.2 in 1976 (2,469 in 28 games) 

67,1 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) 

Average Scoring Margin 

1B.1 points in 1999(84.5-66.4) 

16.7 points in 1974(65.7-69.0) 

15.3 points in 1975(69.9-74.6) 

14.1 points in 2002 185,0-70.9) 

13.9 points in ^976 168.2-74.3! 

Most Points Allowed 

2,605 in 2001 136 games! 

2,563 in 1 990 133 games) 

2,552 in 2002 136 games) 

2,514 in 1 995 134 games) 

Highest Scoring Avg. 
Allowied Per Game 

84.1 in 1969 (2,168 in 26 games) 

79.53 in 1976 (2,227 in 28 games) 

79.50 in 1993 (2,226 in 28 games) 

Loivest Scoring Average 
Allow/ed Per Game 

46.5 in 1952 11,116 m 22 games) 

52.6 in 1951 (1,420 ir 27 games) 

54.3 in 1953 (1,256 in 23 games) 

Most Field Goals Made 

1.120 in 2001 136 games) 

1 .069 in 1 973 (30 games) 

1 .063 in 2002 (36 games) 

1 .049 in 1 974 (29 games) 

1 .044 in 1 999 (34 games) 

Most Field Goals Attempted 

2.313 in 2001 (36 games) 

2.248 in 2002 (36 games) 

2.151 in 2000 (35 games) 

2.106 in 1999 (34 games) 

2,094 in 1 973 (30 games) 

Highest Field Goal Percentage 

.551 in 1980 (985 of 1,7891 

.547 in 1975 (1,049 of 1.918! 

,539 in 1964(941 of 1,745) 

.537 in 1976 (996 of 1,854) 

.532 in 1961 (943 of 1,774) 

Most Free Throws Made 

697 in 1995 (34 games) 

677 in 2002 (36 games) 



633 in 1990 (33 games) 



i in 5001 (36 games) 



616 in 1997 (32 games) 



Most Free Throws Attempted 

967 in 1995 (34 games) 



933 in 2002 (36 games) 



904 in 1 997 13 2 games) 



894 in 2001 13S games) 



893 in 1 990 (33 games) 



Free Throw Percentage 

.758 in 1976 (477 of 629) 

.757 in 1975 (509 of 672) 

.751 in 1982 (476 of 634) 

.747 in 1960 (399 of 534) 

.7460 in 1974 (376 of 504! 

3-Point Field Goals Made 

217 in 2002 (36 games! 



205 in 2001 (36 games! 



204 in 2003 (31 games! 



195 in 2000 (35 games! 



195 in 1988(31 games! 



3-Paint Field Goals Attempted 

580 in 2002 (36 games) 



553 in 2000 (35 games) 



544 in 1 996 (30 games) 



540 in 2001 (36 games) 



523 in 2003 (31 games) 



3-Point Field Goal Percentage 

.461 in 1967 (122 of 290) 



.430 in 1968 (195 of 451) 



.396 in 1990 (100 of 278) 



.380 in 2001 (205 of 540) 



.374 in 2002 (517 of 580) 



Most Rebounds 

1 ,479 in 2002 (36 games) 



1,476 in 200 1 (36 games) 



1 .386 in 1 972 (32 games) 



1 ,366 in 1 974 (28 games) 



1 .387 in 1 995 (34 games) 



Average Pebounds Per Game 

49.1 in 1955 (1,178 in 24 games) 

48.9 in 1974 (1 ,368 in 26 games) 

48.3 in 1956 (1 ,158 in 24 games) 

45.4 in 1973 (1 ,361 in 30 games) 

45.2 in 1970 (1 ,174 in 26 games) 



Most Assists 

714 in 2002 (36 games) 



695 in 5001 (36 games) 



674 in 1999 (34 games) 



667 in 2000 (35 games) 



641 in 1995(34 games) 



Average Assists Per Game 

19.83 in 2002 (714 in 36 games! 

19.82 in 1999 (674 in 34 games) 

19.2 in 2001 (692 in 35 games) 

19.1 in 2000 (667 in 36 games) 

16.9 in 1995 (641 in 34 games) 

Most Blocked Shots 

235 in 2000 (35 games) 



216 in 2002 (36 games) 



213 in 2001 (36 games) 



202 in 1 999 (34 games) 



1 96 in 2003 (31 games) 



Most Steals 

431 in 1999 134 games) 
355 in 2000 135 games) 
329 in 199B 130 games) 



322 in 2003 131 games) 



322 in 2001 136 games) 



Most Personal Fouls 

713 in 2001 (36 games) 



704 in 1 990 (33 games) 



672 in 1999 (34 games) 



All -Time necords 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 Mational Champions 

Final Four ' 5001 . 20D2 

Sweet Sixteen > 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances ' 1994, 1995, 1996. 1997, 199S, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



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Highest Overall Total 
Attendance 

53.406 vs. Indiana on Apnl 1 . 2002 (NCAA 
Championship at Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Ga.) 

Highest Home Total 
Attendance 

17.950 nine times in 2002-03 

(Comcast Center) 

Most Points Scored 

138 vs. Morgan State (138-721. 12-23-94 
132 vs. North Texas (132-571, 12-23-98 
130 vs. East Carolina (130-106), 12-7-77 
128 vs. Canisius (128-1031. 12-23-78 
127 vs. East Carolina (127-84), 1 1-29-75 
127 vs. Brown (127-821. 12-1-72 

Most Points Scored In A 
Half 

B5 vs. Morgan State, 12-23-94 

Largest Margin of Victory 

75 vs. North Texas (132-571, 12-23-98 
67 vs. Western Carolina (1 1 3-461. 1 1 -1 4-98 
66 vs. Morgan State (138-721, 12-23-94 
66 vs. Md.-Eastern Shore (1 17-511. 2-27-97 
64 vs. DePauvtf (1 13-491. 12-12-74 

Largest ACC Margin of 
Victory 

40 vs. North Carolina (96-561, 2-22-03 
40 vs. South Carolina (99-59), 3-1-58 
40 at Clemson (81-41) , 12-4-53 

39 vs. Clemson [91-521, 9-25-03 



33 at Florida State (96-63), 2-27-02 
33 vs. North Carolina (1 12-79), 1-9-02 

Most Points Scored In A 
Loss 

111 vs. Duke (11 1-1 14). 2-10-90 

100 vs. NC State (100-103). 3-9-74 

Most Points Scared By 
An Opponent 

1 14 at NC State (91-1 14). 2-27-91 

114 vs. Duke (11 1 -1 14), 2-10-90 

110 vs. NC State "(124-1 1Q). 12-20-78 



108 vs. NC State [109-10B), 3-1-78 
107 at North Carolina (87-107), 2-1 -69 

Fewest Points Scored 

28 vs. NC State (28-40), 3-5-82 
31 vs. South Carolina (31-30), 1-9-71 



36 at West Virginia (36-391, 12-15-51 

37 at NC State (37-531, 2-14-59 



38 vs. NC State (38-521, 2-24-82 



40 at Virgin i a (40 -451, 1 - 12-82 
40 at Duke (40-361 1-9-B2 



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Fewest Points Scored 
By An Opponent 

25 vs. Washington S Lee (51-251, 2-4-54 

30 vs. South Carolina (31-301. 1-9-71 

31 vs. UMBO (67-311, 12-4-96 

31 vs. Duke (64-311, 1-7-59 

32 vs. AU-Puerto Rico (82-321, 1 1-26-98 

32 vs. Santa Clara (53-321. 12-22-73 

33 vs. Boston College [5B-371, 12-30-73 

33 vs. Richmond (42-331, 2-21-51 

38 vs. UNC Wilmington [74-361. 12-27-97 
36 at Duke (40-361. 1 -9-B2 

Most Points Scored By 
Both Teams 

236 vs. Ea s t Car o lina (130-1061, 12-7-77 
234 vs. NC State [ 124-1101, 12-20-78 
231 vs. Canisius [12B-1031, 12-23-78 



Highest Free Throw 
Percentage 

1,000 vs. Holy Cross (19-191. 1-21 -85 

.986 vs. Duke (28-29), 2-7-76 

.982 vs. Virginia (25-26). 1 -31 -02 

.950 vs. Duke (19-20), 2-2-80 

.938 vs. North Carolina (15-16). 2-7-95 
.935 vs. Duke (29-31), 1-18-03 

Lowest Free Throv/ 
Percentage 

.000 vs. Wake Forest (0-11, 2-28-73 

Most 3-Point Field Goals 
Made 

13 vs. North Carolina, 1-9-02 



225 vs. Duke (11 1-1 141, 2-10-90 

217 vs. NC State (109-1081, 3-1-78 

Most Field Goals Made 

55 vs. Canisius. 12-23-78 

55 vs. Brown, 11-29-72 

52 vs. East Carolina, 12-7-77 

51 vs. Boston U.. 12-8-75 

51 vs. Virginia, 3-2-74 

Fewest Field Goals Made 

6 vs. SetonHall, 12-30-41 

Most Field Goal Attempts 

99 vs. Canisius, 12-23-78 

97 vs. East Carolina, 12-7-77 

93 vs. Long Island. 1 -23-73 

93 vs. George Washington. 12-4-71 

93 vs. Miami-Ohio. 12-29-70 

Feu/est Field Goal Attempts 

IB vs. South Carolina. 1-9-71 

Highest Field Goal 
Percentage 

.833 vs. South Carolina (15-1B1. 1-9-71 
.739 vs. Wake Forest (34-461, 1 -28-88 
.732 vs. NC State (30-411. 12-20-BO 
.704 vs. Miami-Ohio (50-711, 12-2B-79 



13 vs. W illiam S M ary. 12-27-01 

12 vs. Clem s on, S-25-03 

12 vs. George Washington, 12-B-OS 

12 vs. The Citadel, 11-27-02 

1 1 vs. Georgia Tech, 1 -3-96 

11 vs. American, 12-23-95 

11 vs. American, 12-30-94 

Most 3-Point Field Goals 
Attempted 

31 vs. Clemson. 1-22-00 

Most Rebounds 

74 vs. Penn State, 12-2-64 

68 vs. Chicago State, 12-2-96 

67 vs. East Carolina, 12-7-77 

65 vs. Bucknell. 12-22-76 

64 vs. North Texas, 12-23-98 

Most /Assists 

37 vs. Chicago State, 12-27-00 

37 vs. North Texas, 12-23-98 

36 vs. Brown, 11-29-72 

35 vs. Brown, 12-1-71 

34 vs. Morgan State, 12-23-94 

Most Blocked Shots 

17 vs. UMES, 2-27-87 

17 vs. Georgia Tech. 12-10-75 

16 vs. UMES, 12-1-88 

15 vs. Norfolk State. 1 -3-02 




Johnny Rhodes 




,667 v s. Western Carolina (46-691. 1 1-14-9B i4yg jyigne 11-19-99 
.631 vs. UMES (41-65), 2-17-86 



40 vs. Duke (40-49). 2-16-51 

Largest Margin of Defeat 

39 vs. Wake Forest (4 1 -BDl. 2-2 8-63 

36 vs. North Carolina (66-1 D2). 3-12-93 50 vs Lafayette 1 2-23-97~ 

35 vs. UCLA (70-105). 3-18-00 

35 vs, Indiana (64-99). 3-14-81 

35 vs. North Carolina (70-105), 1-30-711 



Most Free Throws Made 

41 vs, Morgan State. 12-23-94 

40 vs. North Carolina, 3-8-58 

35 vs. NC State. 12-30-01 

35 vs. Lafayette, 12-23-96 

35 vs. Oklahoma. 1-12-93 

35 vs. North Carolina, 1-10-90 

Most Free Throws 
Attempted 

67 vs. Morgan State. 12-23-94 

57 vs. North Carolina. 1 -3-53 

52 vs. Oklehoma, 1-12-93 



49 vs. NC State, 12-30-01 



Fewest Free Throws 
Attempted 

several times (last vs. Georgia Tech. 2-6- 
931 



14 vs. North Carolina. 2-13-99 

14 vs. South Carolina. 1 1-14-97 

14 vs. James Madison. 1-28-87 

Most Steals 

24 vs. Duquesne, 11-30-02 

24 vs. Pittsburgh, 1 1 -28-98 

22 vs. UCLA. 1 1 -26-98 

22 vs. UNC Asheville. 12-22-97 

21 at AU-Puerto Rico, 11-26-98 

Most Personal Fouls 

44 vs. William S Mary, 2-1B-52 

Fewest Personal Fouls 

7 vs. Buffalo, 1-25-72 

Most Overtime Periods 

3 vs. Clemson on Feb. 1 8. 1 984 (W. 66-651 
3 vs. Rhode Island on March 7. 1 973 (W, B7-B51 
3 vs. NC State on March 1 . 1978 (W, 109-1081 
3 vs. NC S t ate o n Feb. 15. 1958 (L. 69-641 Derrick Lewis 

3 vs Memp his State on Dec. 30, 1957 (L. 47-4B1 




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All-Tlme Records 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 Nations/ Champions 

Final Four 12001, 2002 

Sweet Sixteen < 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances' 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001. 2002, 2003 



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Largest Margin of Victory 

Rk. Marg. Opponent Score 



^Margins 



1. 


t75 


North Texas [12-23-981 


1 32-57 


2. 


tfi7 


Western Carolina (1 1-14-98) 


113-46 


3. 


+66 
+66 


Morgan State (12-23-941 


138-72 




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 


Chicago State (12-27-00) 


117-55 


8. 


+60 


Colgate (12-8-94) 


113-53 


9. 


+59 


Fairleiqh Dickinson (1 1-22-99) 


1 04-45 


ID. 


+58 
+57 


UNC-Asheville (12-22-97) 


110-52 


11. 


DePauw (12-3-75) 


99-42 


12. 


+55 


Md. -Eastern Shore (1 1-26-91) 


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. -Baltimore County (2-22-90) 


113-61 


17. 


+51 


Cornell (11-27-93) 


92-41 


18. 


+50 


Hampton (1-8-03) 


108-58 




+50 


Duquesned 1-30-03) 


89-39 





+50 


at AU Puerto Rico (11 -28-98) 


62-32 




+50 


Chicago State (12-2-96) 


94-44 




+50 


Md.-Eastern Shone (2-25-88) 


101-51 


23. 


+49 
+48 


Eastern Kentucky (12-5-731 


106-57 


24. 


The Citadel (11 -27-031 


97-49 




+48 


Stonv Brook (12-6-001 


107-59 


26. 


+47 
+47 


Florida International (1 1-25-97) 
Towson State (12-12-94) 


1 1 7-70 
1 20-73 


28. 


+46 


Appalachian State (1-2-75) 


96-50 


29. 


+45 


Brown (11-29-72) 


127-82 


30. 


+44 


Norfolk State (12-23-00) 


123-79 




+44 


Md.-Eastern Shore (12-1-88) 


97-53 


32. 


+43 


Johns Hopkins (11 -26-83) 


108-65 




+43 
+41 


East Carolina (11-29-75) 


127-84 


34. 


UMBO (12-23-02) 


101-60 




+41 


Lafayette (12-23-96) 


108-67 


38. 


+40 


North Carolina (2-22-03) 


96-56 




+40 


Howard (1-2-93) 


109-69 




+40 


Morgan State (12-26-92) 
Boston University (12-8-75) 


103-63 




+40 


122-82 




+40 


South Carolina (3-1-58) 


99-59 




+40 


atClemson (12-4-53) 


81-41 



Largest Margin of Defeat 



Hk. 


Marg. 


Opponent 


Score 


1. 


-63 


at Army (3-1-44) 


22-85 


2. 


-53 


at Bainbridqe Navy (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 Navy (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 


ID. 


-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 



aVERTIM 




All- Time In OT; 41-45 By Site 



By Decades 


1950s 


B-11 


19BQS 


7-10 


1970s 


10-B 


19803 


10-5 


1990s 


B-B 


20D0S 


0-5 



Hom e: 19- 1 7 

Cole Field House: 17-1B 
Comcast Center: 0-0 

Ayvay: 16-15 

Neutral Sites: B-13 

By To u rname nt 

ACC Tournament: 4-B 
NCAA Tournament: 1 -0 



Date 


or Opponent 




Result 


March 9, 2003 


at Virginia 


L 


78-80 


Dec. 3, 2002 


vs. Indiana '^ 


L 


74-80 


Jan. 27, 2001 


Duke 


L 


96-98 


Nov. 29, 2000 


vs. Wisconsin '^ 


L 


75-78 


March 4, 2000 


at Virginia 


L 


87-89 


Dec. 7, 1999 


Winthrop 


W 


76-65 


Jan. 24, 1939 


at Clemson 


W 


81-79 


March 7, 1998 


vs. North Carolina ^ 


L 


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, 1998 


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 


Nov. 26, 1993 


at Georqetown " 


W 


84-83 


Jan. 18, 1992 


Florida State 


L 


83-91 


March 2, 1991 


at Virginia 


W 


78-74 


Feb. ID, 1990 


Duke 


L111-114 


Jan. 17, 1989 


Virginia 


L 


58-64 


Feb. 20, 1 986 


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 



Date 


or Opponent 




Result 


Feb. 8, 1984 


2DT at Wake Forest '° 


L 


87-90 


Feb. 4, 1984 


2DT at Georqia Tech 


L 


70-71 


March 11.1 983 vs. Georqia Tech ^ 


L 


58-64 


Dec. 23, 1982 


2DT UCLA 


W 


8D-79 


Feb. 27, 1982 


Virginia 


W 


47-46 


Jan. 12, 1982 


at Virginia 


L 


40-45 


Jan. 27, 1981 


at Pittsburgh 


W 


69-66 


Jan. 17, 1981 


Clemson 


W 


68-62 


Feb. 28, 1980 


vs. Georqia Tech ^ 


w 


51-49 


March 7, 1979 


3DT Rhode Island " 


w 


67-65 


Jan. 10, 1979 


2DT at NC State 


w 


82-81 


Dec. 29, 1978 


St. Joseph's ' 


w 


62-56 


March 1 , 1 978 


SOT vs. NC State = 


W 109-108 


Feb. 16, 1978 


at Pittsburqh 


L 


86-89 


Feb. 5, 1977 


at Duke 


W 


65-64 


Jan. 8, 1977 


Wake Forest 


L 


85-86 


Nov. 27, 1 976 


Notre Dame 


L 


79-80 


March 4, 1 976 


vs. Duke ^ 


W 


80-78 


Jan. 25, 1976 


at North Carolina 


L 


93-95 


March 9, 1 974 


vs. NC State = 


L 100-103 


March 1 , 1 972 


Wake Forest 


W 
W 


64-56 


Feb. 16, 1972 


North Carolina 


79-77 


March 6, 1971 


Virqinia 


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 


vs. Southern Illinois 


" L 


72-73 


Jan. 14, 1967 


Duke 


L 


69-72 


Jan. 11, 1967 


at West Virqinia 


W 


82-81 


Feb. 7, 1966 


at Wake Forest 


W 


86-78 


Jan. 15, 1966 


at NC State 


L 


58-60 


Jan. 14, 1965 


at Wake Forest 


W 


93-85 


Jan. 8, 1985 


20T Clemson 


W 


67-65 


Dec. 19, 1964 


Kansas 


L 


61-63 


Dec. 12, 1964 


West Virqinia 


L 


73-80 


Jan. 6, 1964 


South Carolina 


L 


69-73 



Date 


or Opponent 




Result 


Dec. 11, 1962 


NC State 


L 


74-76 


Dec. 12, 1961 


NC State 


L 


68-73 


Dec. B, 1961 


20T Georqetown 


L 


78-79 


Feb. 25, 1961 


Clemson 


W 


82-80 


Feb. 26, 1960 


20T Clemson 


W 


66-59 


Feb. 20, 1960 


Georqe Washinqton 


w 


86-84 


Feb. 10, 1959 


Georqe Washinqton 


L 


65-66 


Dec. 15, 1958 


at Kentucky 


L 


56-58 


March 7, 1958 


vs. Duke ^ 


w 


71-65 


Feb. 15. 1958 


3DT at NC State 


L 


64-69 


Dec, 30. 1957 


3DT vs. Memphis State ^ 


L 


46-47 


Feb. 5, 1957 


20T North Carolina 


L 


61-65 


Jan 21, 1956 


at Georqetown 


w 


62-57 


March 3, 1955 


vs. Virginia ^ 


L 


67-68 


Feb. 25. 1955 


20T at Georqetown 


w 


57-49 


Dec, ID, 1954 


Wake Forest 


L 


58-62 


March 5, 1954 


vs. Wake Forest = 


L 


56-64 


Feb. 13, 1954 


at Navy 


w 


61-60 


Jan. 9, 1954 


at Georqetown 


L 


56-58 


March 6, 1953 


vs. Wake Forest ' 


L 


59-61 


Feb. 3, 1953 


20T at G. Washinqton 


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 





1-So. Conf. Tournament at Raleigh. NC (Reynolds Coliseum}; 2- 
ACC Tournament at Raleigh. N.C. [Reynolds Coliseum); 3-Sugar 
Bowl Tournament at New Orleans. La, (Loyola Field House}; 4-Sun 
Carnival Tournament at El Paso, Texas It^emonal Gymnasium); 5- 
ACC Tournament ac Greensboro. N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum}; 6- 
ACC Tournament at Landover. Md. (Capita! Centre); 7-Maryland 
Invitational at College Park. Md. (Cole Field House); 8-NBtional 
Invitation Tournament at College Park. Md. (Cole Field House); 9- 
ACC Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. (Omm); 10-at Greensboro, N.C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum); 1 T-flainbow Classic at Honolulu. Hawaii 
(Blaisdell Center); 12-NCAA Tournament aC Dayton, Ohio (Dayton 
Arena); 13-aC Landover. Md. (Capital Centre); 14-Black Coaches 
Assoc. Classic at Minneapolis. Minn. (Target Center); 15-ACC/Big 
Ten Challenge at Milwaukee. Wise (Bradley Center); 16-ACC/Big 
Ten Challenge at fndenapo/is, Ind. (Conseco Fieldhouse) 



All-Time Hecords 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 Nawna'' Qiampions 

Final Four • 2001 . 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2009, 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



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Maryland's 100- 
Point Games 

Total 100 Point Games; 1 DP 



Most in a Season: 

8 [1974-75: ig73-741 



Most Consecutive 100-Point Games: 

4(5000-011 

saas-03 csj 

10B-5B Hampton, 1-B-03 

101-60 UMBO, 15-23-02 

SOD 1 -as [3 J 

112-92 Virginia, 3-3-Og 

1 1 2-79 North Carolina, 1 -9-02 



193S-33 C3J 

109-69 Howard. 1-2-93 

103-63 Morgan State. 12-26-92 
103-BO UMBO, 12-1-92 



1991-93 CSJ 

101-91 West Virginia. 12-7-91 
115-60 UMES 11-26-91 

1990-91 C1J 

104-10 NC State, 1-26-91 

1989-90 CSJ 

113-61 UMBO, 2-22-90 
111-114 DuketOTI. 2-10-90 
110-91 Alcorn State. 1 2-30-B9 



1974-73 CBJ 

104-B7 E. Tennessee, 3-1-75 

1D3-B2 at Duquesne. 2-23-75 

104-80 at Duke. 2-B-75 

103-35 NC State. 1-18-75 

105-87 Georgia Tech. 1 2-27-74 

113-49 DePauw. 12-12-74 

104-71 vs. Georgetown. 12-10-74 

10B-B1 Richmond. 11-18-74 

1973-74 CBJ 

100-103 vs. NC State (DT], 3-9-74 

1 05-85 vs. North Carolina. 3-8-74 

110-75 Virginia. 3-2-74 

104-B3 Duke. 2-2-74 

112-73 Fordham, 1-17-B4 



103-75 Williams Mary. 12-27-01 104-86 vs. George Mason. 12-22-89 102-75 Holy Cross. 12-29-73 



S000-01 IB] 

102-67 Virginia, 3-3-01 



104-92 at Clemson, 1-2-01 

105-53 UMES. 12-30-00 

1 1 7-55 Chicago State. 1 2-27-00 

1 23-79 Norfolk State. 1 2-23-00 

107-59 Stony Brook. 12-6-00 

1999-00 CSJ 

100-48 Coastal Carolina. 1-2-00 
104-45 Fairleigh Dickinson. 11-22-99 

1998-99 C4J 

107-87 Florida State. 1-27-99 
104-70 So. Carolina State. 12-27-98 
132-57 North Texas. 12-23-9B 
1 1 3-46 Western Carolina. 1 1 -1 4-9B 

1997-98 C4J 

1 1 0-52 UNC Asheville. 1 2-22-97 

104-66 UMBO, 12-13-97 

117-70 Fla. International. 11-25-97 
102-74 Mt. St. Mary's. 11-22-97 

199B-97 ISJ 

103-73 vs. Pennsylvania. 1-21-97 
108-67 Lafayette. 12-23-96 

199S-9e CBJ 

1 1 B-55 Delaware State, 1 - 1 7-96 
1 04-66 Md.-Eastern Shore. 1 2-28-95 
104-79 American. 12-23-95 

1994-95 CSJ 

13B-72 Morgan State. 12-23-94 

120-73 Towson, 12-12-94 

113-53 Colgate. 12-B-94 

102-77 UMBO. 12-5-94 

102-64 Bucknell. 12-3-94 

1993-94 CBJ 

102-70 NC State, 1-22-94 

109-71 vs. Towson, 12-23-93 



105-74 Augusta College. 1 1 -27-B9 

1987-88 C1J 

101-51 Md.-Eastern Shore. 2-25-88 

198B-87 CI J 

1 17-51 Md.-Eastern Shore, 2-27-87 

1983-84 CBJ 

102-77 vs. West Virginia, 3-17-B4 
104-69 Md.-Eastern Shore. 12-1 4-B3 
108-65 Johns Hopkins. 11-26-83 

198S-83 CSJ 

101-90 at Duke. 2-21 -83 

106-94 North Carolina. 2-18-83 

19BO-81 CBJ 

114-89 Marshall. 12-29-80 

109-83 Fairleigh Dickinson. 12-10-BO 

1979-80 C3J 

101-82 Duke. 2-2-BQ 

115-76 Miami-GH. 12-2B-79 

113-79 Catholic, 12-10-79 

1978-79 CBJ 

128-103 Canisius, 12-23-78 

124-110 NC State, 12-20-78 

107-97 Bucknell, 11-24-78 

1977-78 CBJ 

109-108 vs. NC State OPT], 3-1-78 
130-106 East Carolina. 12-7-77 

1978-77 C1J 

108-72 Bucknell. 12-22-76 

197S-7B C7J 

105-91 Wake Forest. 2-25-78 

102-91 Duke. 2-7-76 

102-84 NC State. 1-28-76 

111-88 Long Island. 1-3-76 

104-69 SetonHall, 12-29-75 

122-82 Boston U.. 12-B-75 

1 27-84 East Carolina . 1 1 -29-75 



115-83 Georgetown. 12-11-73 



1997-98 C1J 

72-104 vs. Duke. 1-3-98 

1995-98 C1J 

7B- 1 00 at Florida State. 2- 1 0-96 

1994-95 CBJ 

91-100 at Georgia Tech. 2-4-95 
90-100 at North Carolina. 1-7-95 

199B-93 CBJ 

66-102 vs. North Carolina. 3-13-93 
85-105 at Florida State. 1-13-93 
73-101 at North Carolina. 1 -9-93 

1990-91 C5J 

91-114 at NC State. 2-27-91 
B1-101 at Duke. 2-9-91 



106-57 Eastern Kentucky. 12-5-73 104-100 NC State. 1-26-91 



197B-73 C4J 

100-73 Long Island. 1-23-73 

105-76 Wake Forest. 1-22-73 

107-80 at Canisius. 12-9-72 

127-82 Brown. 11-29-72 

1971-78 C5J 

100-69 Niagara. 3-25-72 

103-67 Western Kentucky. 12-29-71 
102-79 at Holy Cross. 12-22-71 
1 17-96 at G. Washington. 12-4-71 
100-83 at Brown. 12-1-71 

1970-71 CBJ 

WMl Miami. 12-29-70 

109-70 Buffalo. 12-5-70 

1989-70 C1J 

103-85 Clemson. 2-23-70 

19G5-GB CBJ 

1 07-92 West Virginia. 2- 1 2-86 
107-81 at G. Washington. 1-27-66 

1959-BO CI J 

103-80 Yale. 1-4-60 



Opponents' 

100-Point 

Games 

Tota l 100-Point Games: 31 

Most In a Season: 5 [1990-911 
Most Consecutive 100-Point Games: 

2(1992-93; 1978-79; 
1977-76; 1969-701 

1999-00 C1J 

70-105 vs. UCLA. 3- 18-00 

1998-99 CI J 

91-103 at Kentucky, 12-1 2-9B 



73-105 at North Carolina. 1-9-91 
85-100 vs. Boston College. 12-3-90 

1989-90 CBJ 

84-104 vs. Duke. 3-9-90 

111-114 Duke[QTl. 2-10-90 

1987-88 C1J 

82- 1 04 at Georgia Tech . 2- 1 7-B8 

1978-79 CBJ 

79-102 vs. North Carolina. 3-2-79 

12B-103 Canisus. 12-23-78 

124-110 NC State, 12-20-78 

1977-78 CBJ 

109-106 vs. NC State GOT], 3-1-78 
90-101 at G. Washington. 12-10-77 
130-106 East Carolina. 12-7-77 



197B-74 C1J 

100-103 vs. NC State (OTI. 3-9-74 

197B-7B C1J 

B9-103 vs. Providence. 3-17-73 

1970-71 CBJ 

76-100 North Carolina. 2-17-71 
70-105 at North Carolina. 1-30-71 



19B9-70 CBJ 

68-101 South Carolina. 12-15-69 
B7-104 Wake Forest. 12-13-69 

1988-69 CI J 

B7-107 at North Carolina. 2-1-69 

1988-84 C1J 

72-104 Duke, 2-B-64 



CDGCscte of CDi=fmirw^rtc^ 



All-Time Records 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 
Final Four "2001, 2002 
Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001. 2002, 2003 
.J NCAA Appearances ' 1994. 1995. 1996, 1997, 199B. 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002. 2003 



Maryland Men's Basketball 




YEAR'BY. 



siMfe 




YEAR 


GP 


/-TOTAL-n/ 
FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


/_3PT-/ 
FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


FTM-FTA 


.PCT 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-OQ 


OFF 
REBS 


DEF 
REBS 


TOTAL 
REBS-AVG 


TOTAL 
PTS-AVG 


1950-51 


27 


481-1210 


.398 


_ 


_ 


450-BB3 


.679 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 





1412-52.3 


1951-52 


stats not available 
























1245-59.0 


1952-53 


23 


487-1285 


.379 


_ 


_ 


432-698 


.617 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1406-B1.1 


1953-54 


30 


712-1661 


.429 


_ 


_ 


532-787 


.648 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1959-B5.3 


1954-55 


24 


563-1417 


.398 


_ 


_ 


447-682 


.657 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1178-49.0 


1573-65,5 


1955-5B 


24 


550-1382 


.398 


_ 


_ 


500-744 


672 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1158-48.3 


1600-66.7 


195B-57 


26 


597-1414 


.422 


_ 


_ 


486-679 


.716 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


911-35.0 


1680-64,6 


1957-58 


29 


706-1698 


.416 


_ 


_ 


590-858 


.688 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1175-40.5 


2004-69.1 


1958-59 


23 


502-1262 


.398 


_ 


_ 


361-545 


.655 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


889-38.7 


1365-59.3 


1959-60 


23 


548-1310 


.418 


_ 


_ 


399-534 


.747 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


864-37.6 


1495-65,0 


1960-61 


26 


628-1482 


.424 


_ 


_ 


491-659 


.745 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1143-44.0 


1747-67,2 


1961-62 


25 


637-1476 


.432 


— 


_ 


474-644 


.736 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1082-43.3 


1748-69,9 


1962-63 


21 


506-1272 


.398 


_ 


_ 


337-496 


.679 


_ 


_ 


_ 


332-na 


_ 


__ 


888-42.3 


1349-64,2 


1963-64 


26 


714-1634 


.437 


_ 


_ 


397-572 


.694 


_ 


_ 


_ 


512-18 


_ 


_ 


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 


_ 


_ 


588-786 


.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 


_ 


_ 


136B-4B.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 


598-17 


_ 


_ 


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 


208 


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 


874-1344 


.501 


122-290 


.461 


395-553 


.714 


423 


143 


130 


474-15 


200 


524 


769-31 .2 


1865-71.7 


1987-88 


31 


874-1833 


.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 


88-31 1 


.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 


.681 


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 


2673-84.5 


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 


2000-01 


36 


1120-2313 


.484 


205-540 


.380 


622-894 


.696 


692 


213 


322 


713-10 


543 


935 


1478-41.1 


3067-85.2 


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 


2002-03 


31 


901-1940 


.464 


204-523 


.390 


486-654 


.713 


573 


198 


322 


588-6 


409 


832 


1241-40.0 


2472-79.7 





All-Time Records 



r^. 



9^wrW 



A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four ' S001 , S002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001. 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances- 1994, 1995, 1996. 1997, 1998. 1999. 2000, 2001, 2002, 20031 



land Men's Basketball 



OPP. VHAR-BMLYi 








/-TOTAL-/ 




/-3PT-V 
















OFF 


DEF 


TOTAL 


TOTAL 


YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


FTM-FTA 


.PCT 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBS 


REBS 


REBS-AVG 


PTS-AVG 


1950-51 


27 


510-na 


_ 


_ 


_ 


400-663 


.603 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1420-52.6 


1951-52 


stats not available 
























1116-46.5 


1952-53 


23 


369-na 


_ 


_ 


_ 


515-788 


.654 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1256-54.3 


1953-54 


30 


539-na 


_ 


_ 


_ 


594-886 


.668 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1672-55.7 


1954-55 


stats not available 
























1486-61.9 


1955-5G 


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 


_ 


_ 


_ 


454-1 1 


_ 


_ 


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 


21 88-84. 1 


1969-70 


26 


762-1695 


.449 


_ 


_ 


421-651 


.660 


_ 


_ 


_ 


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 


.725 


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 


928-1952 


.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 


328 


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 


296 


520 


871-33.5 


1905-73.3 


1987-88 


31 


840-1744' 


.482 


126-318 


.396 


421-589 


.715 


488 


60 


203 


567- 


347 


599 


1010-32,6 


2227-71.8 


1988-89 


29 


798-1722 


.463 


125-339 


.369 


431-615 


,701 


475 


72 


171 


531-13 


330 


604 


1024-34.6 


2152-74.2 


1989-90 


33 


911-2122 


.429 


175-490 


.357 


566-811 


.698 


535 


103 


238 


692-25 


466 


676 


1244-37.7 


2563-77.7 


1990-91 


28 


817-1827 


.447 


161-465 


.346 


427-631 


.677 


475 


128 


179 


595-18 


384 


645 


1114-39.8 


2222-79.4 


1991-92 


29 


829-1763 


.470 


1 64-440 


.373 


467-729 


.641 


460 


152 


165 


612-18 


378 


656 


1130-39.0 


2289-78.9 


1992-93 


28 


813-1812 


.449 


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 


.386 


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 


2366-68.2 


2000-01 


36 


888-2196 


,404 


242-705 


.343 


587-829 


,708 


444 


144 


262 


736-10 


507 


792 


1299-36.1 


2605-72.4 


2001-02 


36 


920-2304 


.399 


227-717 


.317 


485-712 


.681 


489 


128 


258 


741-15 


508 


839 


1347-37.4 


2552-70.9 


2002-03 


31 


704-1864 


.378 


208-646 


.322 


453-647 


.700 


399 


135 


217 


591-0 


430 


726 


1156-37.3 


2069-66.7 



CDgcscJg af MUomin^m 



All- Time Records 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 



Sweet Sixteen 
NCM Appearances • 1994, 



2005 Nauonal C/iamp/cns 
Final Four '2001, 2002 

1994. 1995, 1999, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's Baske1:biriCL[ m J 



ALL-TIMF, 



Game-by-game results for every Maryland das- 
ke^ll season since 1310-11. Maryland was 
krvM^ as MarytsrdAgroMjT^ College irti 1315, 
and as Maryf^ State Cdiege from 1916-1919. 
Maryfanrfs conference affifiaaons: AOantx: Coast 
Conference ance 1 953-54; and tfe Sout/ienn Con- 
ference frvm 1923-34 to 1952-53. 

An ai'-co'iege CesJcetOa'f team was formed ' 
1904-05, and played lust two games, Due tc £ 
fine in 1912 wfich burnt the armory and co/'e2= 
gymnasium, che ceem tfiat was fielded in 1913- 
14 d\d not have a regular home, pracoced oni 
three omes all season and lost IS games. Ar- 
other team was not fielded unal 1318-19. 

In 1918-19. MarytendStBteparDopated in re 
Qstnct Interco'iegiate Baakecbali League, fn whcr^ 
all games were played at Che Washington YMCA 
Another seeson would not be conducted unvi 
Maryland opened its new feal/ty at The Gymna- 
sium, inside Annapolis Hall, in 1 993-24. It is con- 
sidered to be t/ie school's first "varsivy' team. 

Home games were pteyed at T>ie Gymnssfl/n 
fhyn 1923-24 to 1930-31 Home garres were 
pfeyed at ftahje Coliseum from 193 1-32 to 1954- 
55, Hone games fnsm 1955-56 through 2001- 
02 were played at Cote Feld HoLse. Segnnmg m 
2002-03, Ma^^and moved to Comcast Center. 

Maryland and opponent Associated Press 
ranlt/ngs are m tysckets - AP polls began m 1 948- 
49. from 1960-61 CO 1967-68, the Asscoated 
Press ranked cf\>y t/ie nation's tcp 10 teams. 

• ■ indicates conference games. 

Record: G-S 





Wasninqtor YMCA 


L 




CarnDil Insntuts 


L 


No teams from 1905-OS through 


1909-10 


•JS1071 

Record; 3-9 H: 3-3 A: VB 


JB 


Neiv York University 


L 7-25 


J11 


at Gailaudst 


L 3C-5B 




at Staunton Military 


L 24-5B 




at Washincjton S Lee 


L17-4B 


jsa 


atVMI 


W 17-14 


,iai 


Washington S Lee 


L a4-a9 




at Delaware 


L 14-23 




Gallaudet 


L 27-54 




at Geortjetown 


L 25-31 




Mount St. Joseph's 


w aa-20 




CatJiolic 


W 35-30 




at Wiitener College 


L 19-50 


Notaamsin 1911-18 and 1918-13 


•7913-14 

Record: D- IB H; Q-5 A: 0-11 


J1Q 


Mount St. Joseph's 


L 


J14 


at Cattiolic 


L 


J17 


at Mount St. Josephs 


L 


J21 


at Gallaudet 


L 15-79 


jaa 


at St. John's (Annapolis 


L 10-48 


ja4 


at Loyola (Md.) 


L 


JSB 


at Georgetown 


L 


J31 


Cattiolic 


L 


F3 


at Washington S Lee 


L B-B3 


F4 


atVMI 


L 3-44 


F7 


at St. John's [Annapolis) L 15-38 


F11 


George Washington 


L 


F14 


Gallaudet 


L 


Fai 


Baltimore City College 


L 


Fas 


atWidenenColtege 


L 


M4 


at Delaware 


L 


No teams from 1914.15 thpougli 


1916-17 


1S1S-19 

Record: 1-5 H: 0-0 A; 0-0 N; 1-5 


JIB 


Gallaudet ' 


W 27-2B 


jas 


Catholic ■ 


L 7-25 


F1 


George Washington ' 


L 11-25 


F15 


Gallaudet ' 


L 9-33 



MS 


Catholic ■ 


L ia-14 


MB 


George Washington ' 


L 20-53 


1 -at Wast 


ington YMCA 




No teams from 1919-80 to 1988-83 



H. 


Burton Shipley 




S4 Seasons 

1323-24 to 

1246-47 

Bee: 243-199 

Conf.: 124-91 









13S3-S4 

Record; 5-7 H: 3-B A; 1-0 N: 



SC: 1-2 


11th place 






George WasHngton 


W 41-22 




Gallaudet 


W 42-28 




Catholc 


L 13-30 


F5 


• No. Carolina 


L 20-26 




■Vingine 


L 13-26 


F9 


atRcfimond 


W 24-22 




Cattiolic 


L 14-20 






L 18-20 




• Washington S Lee 


W 22-21 




VMI 


L 12-21 




VMI' 


W 34-13 


Fa9 


Georgia' 


L 25-29 


1 -SoCofi Tournament at AtienCd. Ga. 


19S4.SS 

Record: '=-5 H: 7-S A: 4-2 N: 1-1 


SC: 3-1 


4th place 






• Virginia 


W 24-18 




at Columha 


W 24-23 




at Stevens Institute 


W21-19 




atNaw 


L 16-23 




Lafayette 


W30-15 




at Catholic 


W 18-14 




Stevens Institute 


wai-17 


J31 


• No. Carolina 


L 16-21 




Gallaudet 


W 25-14 




Washington Coltege 


L 15-27 




atPnnceton 


L 24-38 




Dty College of NY 


W 22-16 




• Sou* Carolina 


W 38-22 




■ at Virginia 


W 36-25 


F2B 


Alabana' 


W 27-21 


Fa7 


NC State ' 


L 18-30 




Catholic 


W 27-17 


1-SoCon Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. 


IBSS-SB 

Record: 14-3 H: 10-1 A; 4-1 N: 0-1 


SC:7-1 


4ai place 






• Washington & Lee 


W 40-27 




at Navy 


W21-12 


J12 


Richmond 


W 30-14 




• at VMI 


W 30-21 




• at Washington S Lee 


W 33-20 




■ at Virginia Tech 


W 18-17 




' at Vrginta 


L 28-34 


F9 


• No. Carolina 


W 23-22 




WestVrginia 


W 25-15 




Duke 


W 41-20 




• Virginia 


W 30-21 




Pnnceton 


W 32-28 




Gabudet 


W 40-13 




Washington College 


W 30-26 




Stevens Institute 


L 24-27 




• Virginia Tech 


W 30-14 


F26 


Mississippi ' 


L 19-22 


1-SoCon Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. 




19SS-S7 

Record: 10-10 H: 7-2 A: 3-7 N:0-1 



SC: 6-4. 9tti place 




at Amencan 


L 1B-21 




• Washington S Lee 


W 44-32 


J4 


at Michigan 


L 25-39 




• at Virginia 


L 17-22 




at Navy 


L 30-32 




Washington College 


L 18-22 




•Georga 


W 34-33 




Gallaudet 


W 39-26 




Stevens Institute 


W 27-18 


F7 


• No. Carolina 


W 28-20 


F8 


• No. Carolina 


L 23-32 


F9 


at Pennsytvania 


W 26-21 




• at Washington S Lee 


L 32-34 




• at VMI 


W 32-15 




• Virginia (OT) 


W 29-28 




• at NC State 


L 23-38 




at Washington College 


L 16-21 




Western Maryland 


W 32-25 


F19 


• at No. Carolina 


W 23-13 


F25 


Georgia' 


L 22-27 


1-SoCon Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. 


19S7-SS 

Record: 14-4 H: 11-0 A: 3-4 


SC:B-1 


3rt place (ne) 




D19 


• Washington S Lee 


W 38-24 


J12 


• at Vrginia Tech 


W 29-20 


J13 


• at Washington S Lee 


W 31-28 


J14 


• at VMI 


W 23-9 


JIB 


Galbudet 


W 45-20 


J19 


•Kentudcy 


W 37-7 


J20 


at Johns Hopkins 


L 20-22 


J25 


St. John's (Annapolis) 


W 25-22 


J27 


• Virginia 


W 26-20 


JSQ 


Stevens Institute 


W 31-24 


F4 


at Navy 


L 26-35 


F8 


at Pennsylvania 


L 26-30 


F10 


•NC State 


W 36-24 


F13 


• at Virginia 


L 12-34 


F17 


Washington College 


W 22-20 


F21 


Johns Hopkins 


W 23-19 


F23 


• Vrginia Tech 


W 30-10 


F24 


Western MaiVand 


W3C^2g 


19SB-S3 

Record: 7-9 H: 3-5 A: 4-3 N: 0-1 


SC: 2-5. 21st place 


D20 


William S Mary 


W 30-20 


D22 


at Pennsytvania 


L 18-30 


J9 


Randolph Macon 


L 20-33 


J15 


• at Virginia 


W 30-22 


JIB 


Johns Hopkins 


L 23-25 


ja6 


St. John's (Annapolis) 


W 20-18 


F1 


• Virginia 


L 22-25 


F2 


• Washingtcfi S Lee 


L 22-47 


F4 


• at Virginia Tech 


L 29-39 


F5 


• at VMI 


W3a27 


F6 


• at Washington S Lee 


L 18-42 


F8 


• No. Carolina 


L 22-28 


F13 


at Navy 


W 30-27 


F15 


Western Maryland 


W 32-17 


F23 


at Johns Hopkins 


W 19-18 


Ml 


Mississippi ' 


L 35-37 


1 -SoCon Tournament at Atianta, Ga. 


1933-30 

Record: 1 BE H: 10-3 A: B-2 N:0-1 


SC: 9-5 


IDtJi place 




D13 


William S Mary 


W 27-23 


J9 


•Duke 


L 27-28 


J11 


Cattiolc 


W 37-30 


J14 


• Vrginia 


W 54-20 


J17 


Johns Hoplons 


W 41-24 


J2a 


at Navy 


W 43-39 


J25 


• Vrgiraa Tech 


W 44-27 


F1 


•NCStete 


L 26-28 


F3 


• Washington S Lee 


L 25-29 


FB 


Western Maryland 


W 37-18 


Fa 


• No. Carolina 


W 35-33 


F11 


• at Vi-gima Tech 


W 34-23 



F12 


•at VMI 


W 44-25 


F13 


• at Washington S Lee 


L 21-36 


F15 


• Virginia 


W 51-29 


FIB 


• at rc Stete 


W21-19 


F19 


• at No. Carolina 


W 29-22 


F20 


• at Duke 


L 24-39 


F22 


at Johns Hopkins 


W 39-24 


F22 


• VMI 


W 39-21 


F25 


St. John's (Annapolis) 


W 42-25 


F28 


Kentucky' 


Lai -26 


1 -SoCon Tournament at Atlanta. Ga 


1B30.31 

Record: 1B-4 H; 10-2 A: 4-2 N: 4-0 


SC:B-1 


2ncl place, SoCon Tournament Champon 


J7 


Gallaudet 


W 39-29 


J9 


• at VMI 


W 35-18 


J10 


• at Washington S Lee 


W 3B-21 


J15 


•Duke 


W 32-24 


J17 


Loyola (Md.) 


L 30-33 


J22 


at Johns Hopkins 


W 33-20 


J30 


• VMI 


W 44-20 


J31 


• Virginia Tech 


W 33-15 


Fa 


• at Virginia 


L31-34 


F3 


• Washington S Lee 


W 28-17 


F6 


at [Catholic 


W 24-21 


FID 


• No. Carolina 


W 33-31 


F11 


Washington College 


L 32-33 


F13 


• Virginia 


W 34-21 


F14 


Western Maryland 


W 45-35 


F17 


St. John's (Annapolis) 


W 32-27 


F21 


at Navy 


L 33-36 


F25 


Johns Hopkins 


w 31 -aa 


F27 


Louisiana State ' 


W 37-33 


F28 


No. Carolina ' 


W 19-17 


Ma 


Georgia' 


W 2B-25 


M3 


Kentljcky ' 


W 39-27 


1 -SoCon Tournament at Atlanta, (^. 


1331 -33 

Record: 16-4 H: 11-1 A: 5-2 N: 0-1 


SC: 9-1 


SoCon Regular Season Co-Champion 


D30 


at Wisconsin 


L 30-32 


J11 


Loyola (Md.) 


L 27-28 


J15 


• at Washington S Lee 


W 42-35 


JIB 


• at VMI 


W 43-28 


J20 


Navy 


W 28-15 


J21 


• at Vrgima 


W 38-31 


J23 


at Johns Hookins 


W 33-25 


J2B 


• VMI 


W 38-20 


J30 


• Virginia Tech 


W51-1B 


F3 


Catholic 


W 39-34 


FB 


• No. Carolina 


W 26-25 


F10 


Washington College 


W3B-1B 


F12 


Western Maryland 


W 25-15 


F13 


• Virginia 


W 45-15 


F15 


• Washington S Lee 


W 49-19 


F17 


St John's (Annapolis! 


W 24-20 


F19 


• at Nn. Carolina 


L 26-32 


F20 


• at Duke (OT) 


W 20-15 


F23 


Johns Hopkins 


W 38-24 


F26 


Ftonda' 


L 24-39 


1-So(in Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. 


1932-33 

Record: ' 5 H: 10-2 A; 1-5 N:0-1 


SC;^: 


- — --,, 




DE3 


v'v ECDism 


L 13-22 


J7 


• at Virginia Tech 


W 40-20 


jia 


•Duke 


W3a28 


J13 


• at VMI 


L 29-30 


J14 


• at Washington S Lee 


L 40-43 


J18 


at Johns Hopkins 


L 27-37 


J21 


• Vrginia Tech 


W 37-21 


J25 


at Cathpic 


L 27-29 


J28 


at Navy 


L 21-59 


J31 


• at Virginia 


L 19-25 


F3 


• No. Carolina 


W 42-29 


F4 


Georgia 


L 36-40 


F8 


Washington Coltege 


W 35-27 


F9 


• Virgina 


W 37-28 


F11 


• Washington S Lee 


W 45-28 


F14 


• VMI 


W 45-39 



F16 


c- _---z .:--;:; 5) 


W 34-22 


FIB 


VV=r;-- ',';-, "2 


W 37-32 


Faa 


.::--; - ;. -; 


W 35-31 


F24 


- - 


L 28-55 


1-SoCon Ts„r.-i.T,d,-: a: Ss-agn. N.C. (Memo- 
rial Auditorium) 


1333-34 

Record: I'B H: 9-4 A: 2-3 N: 0-1 


SC:B-1 


3rd place 




015 


Mchqan 


W 29-25 


030 


Indiana 


L 17-30 


J5 


at West Vrginia 


L 24-26 


J11 


•Duke 


W 37-33 


J13 


• at Virginia Tech 


W 29-24 


J20 


• \^rgtnia Tech 


W 34-32 


J24 


at Johns Hopkins 


L 32-35 


J26 


• at Virginia 


W43a] 


J30 


■ No. Carolina 


L 24-28 


F2 


Catholc 


W 33-25 


F3 


atNaw 


L 27-46 


F5 


• Virginia 


W 28-25 


F9 


Richmond 


L3344 


FID 


Western Maryland 


W 49-33 


F13 


• VMI 


W 35-27 


F15 


St. John's (Annapolis) 


L 32-37 


F17 


Washington College 


W 44-33 


F21 


Johns Hopkins 


W 32-19 


M1 


Washington S Lfe ' 


L 37-45 


1-SoC3on Tournament at Halagh. N.C. (Memo- 
rial Auditorium) 


1B3'9-3S 

Record: a •□ H: B-8 A: 2-2 


SC: 4-3. 5th place 


020 


Indiana 


L 29-30 


D29 


Ohio State 


W5041 


J2 


WestVrginia 


L 29-39 


J4 


• SoutJi Carolina 


W 35-21 


J8 


• VMI 


W 39-24 


J11 


■ Duke 


L3848 


J16 


Washington College 


W 43-27 


J18 


• No. Carolina 


L 31-39 


J30 


atNaw 


L36-43 


F2 


• Vrgme 


W 44-24 


FS 


Richmond 


L 26-56 


F12 


atCat*idlc 


Laa45 


F18 


• Washington S Lee 


L29<33 


F20 


• at Virginia 


W 33-32 


F26 


at Johns Hopkins 


W 41-35 


M2 


St John's (Annapolis) 


L 17-24 


MS 


Johns Hopkins 


W 52-25 


Mil 


Georgetown 


L 24-25 


1935-36 

Record: 14-6 H: 9-3 A: 4-2 N: 


1-1 


SC: 4-3 


4th place 




J7 


• VMI 


W 44-29 


J10 


• at Washington S Lee 


L 27-30 


J11 


• at VMI 


W 53-32 


J15 


atNaw 


W 32-20 


J15 


RichnxxTd 


W 28-24 


J21 


Baltimore Dty Colleqe 


W 55-33 


J23 


Washington College 


W 45-34 


J25 


• No. Carolina 


L 32-44 


J30 


Wiltem S Mary 


W 41-39 


F1 


•Duke 


W 38-34 


F6 


• Virginia 


W4a34 


FID 


at West Vrginia 


L 26-51 


F11 


• WashngtonSLee 


L 54-55 


F12 


St. John's (Annapolis) 


W 40-28 


F15 


Catholc 


L 29-40 


FIB 


at Washington College 


W 56-30 


F19 


Johns Hookins 


W4540 


F21 


at Georgetown 


W 47-39 


M5 


Duke' 


W 47-35 


M6 


Washington S Lee ' 


L 32-38 


1-SoCon Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. (Memo- 
rial AuditDnim) 



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2002 Natona: Champions 

Final Four ' S001 . 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995. 1998, 1999. 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997. 199B. 1399. 2000 2001, 2002. 2003 

m 




133B-37 

Becordi 8-12 H; 7-4 A: 1-7 N: D-1 9C: 

B, lOtti place Inel 



D17 



* 3t Richmond 



L 40-51 



JB 



Johns Hopkins 



W 54-31 



• at Washington S Lee L S7-51 



jg 



• at VMI 



W 4B-2a 



J14 Western Man/ianO W 4B-36 



J1B 



■Duke 



L 31-34 



J50 Washington Colleae W 41-50 



J23 



JSB 



* Virginia 



W 37-23 



• at NC State 



L 33-35 



J29 



*atNo Carofina 



I 24-41 



F3 



F6 



at Navy 



L 37-53 



■ No, Carolina 



L 35-44 



F9 



F13 



* Wlliam S Mary 



W 41-29 



• VMI 



W 45-2B 



FIB 



Fao 



• Washington S Lee L 35-41 



Fas 



Georxjetctvn 



L 37-33 



F24 



at St. John's [Annapolisl L 37-39 



■ NC State 



W 41-35 



at NC State ' 



L 35-42 



1-SoCon Tournament at flaleigh, N.C. fMemo- 
nal AuditonumJ 

1337 -SB 

Record: 15-9 H; 10-3 A; 4-5 N; 1-1 



SC; 8-4. 7th place 



D18 



* Richmond 



126-31 



D17 Michigan 



126-43 



J4 



at Baltimore Oty College W 5a32 



J7 



Randolph Macon 



W 43-27 



JB 



• at Washington S Lee L 29-31 



•at VMI 



W 42-27 



J12 at Georgetown 



L 39-57 



J15 



•Ouke 



W 40-35 



J27 



at Virginia 



' at No. Carolina 



L 24-43 



■ at Duke 



L 34-44 



J31 



' Virginia Tech 



F3 



at Navy 



L 34-37 



F5 



New York University L 27-42 



FIO 



• Washington S Lee W 38-32 



' William S Maty 



W 45-38 



■ VMI 



W 43-33 



F12 



Cattidic 



W 49-33 



F1 6 at Washington Coltege W 43-42 



F19 Ockinson College 



W 57-27 



F21 



Johns Hopbns 



W 5B-30 



F23 St. John's CAnnapolisl W 38-29 



M4 



The Citadel' 



W 45-43 



MS 



Duke' 



L 3a-35 



1-SoCon Tournament at Rateigh. H.C. [Memo- 
nal Audf^an^jn^ 

1333-33 

Record; -5 9 H: 92 A: 4-B Nl a-1 
SC; 3 3 



Ciace (t.el. 
SoCon Tournament Finalist 



013 



■ at Richmond 



L 34-39 



015 



'Ctemson 



W 45-35 



■Davidson 



at Pennsylvania 



L 24-36 



at Army 



J13 



at Navy 



L37^7 



■Duke 



J14 Hampden-Sydnev 



W3425 



J20 



■ No. Carolina 



W34-3a 



jaa 



F2 



Virginia 



W 31-21 



W 60-44 



* at No. Carolina 



F4 



■ at NC State 



L 40-46 



F11 



Georgetown 



L 25-39 



■ Washington S Lee W 39-37 



■ Wlliam S Man< 



L 49-57 



F1 5 at St. John's (Annapolis) W 48-20 



FIB 



•VMI 



W 53-35 



at Catholic 



W40-3B 



Fa2 



at Geo. Washington L 24-37 



Fa4 Washington College W 47-37 



Ma 



Richmond ' 



W 47-32 



M3 



at NC State ' 



W 53-29 



L 27-39 



'\-Soran Tournament at Rategh, N.C. I 
r^ AuditonumJ 

1333-40 

Racord; '4-9 H; 9-2 A; 4-B N; 1-1 



SC; 7-5. 5lh place 



D12 



014 



Western Maryland W 48-32 



Randolph Macon 



W 47-16 



■ Clemspn 



W 53-26 



J3 



at Pennsylvania 



L 34-41 



J4 


at Rutgers 


W5'-33 


J5 


at Rhode Island 


L 53-53 


J9 


■Ouke 


W 32-30 


J13 


■ Richmond 


W 35-13 


J17 


at Georgetown 


w a8-a7 


J19 


• Vrginia Tech 


W 49-41 


J20 


• Washington S Lee 


L 35-44 


J26 


■ at NC State 


W43-3B 


J27 


■ at Ctemson 


L 30-48 


jag 


■ at South Carolina 


L 30-33 


J30 


■ at Ouke 


L 37-48 


F3 


Johns Hopkins 


W 49-36 


F7 


■ at VMI 


W 60-33 


FB 


• at Washington & Lee 


L 13-39 


F17 


CatJiolic 


W 46-31 


F20 


•VMI 


W 27-25 


F22 


George Washington 


L 28-44 


F2B 


Washington S Lee ' 


W 43-30 


Ml 


Duke' 


L 32-44 


1 -SoutJiem Conference Tournament at Ralegh. 
NC. (Memorial Auditorium) 


1340-4-7 

Record; 1-21 H: 1-10 A: 0-11 


SC! 0-13, 15th place 


D14 


• Rchmond 


L 36-40 


D17 


at Johns Hopkins 


L 24-38 


Dig 


■Oemson 


L 34-48 


JB 


at Pennsylvania 


L 32-43 


J11 


■Duke 


L 26-40 


J14 


■at Washington S Lee 


L 41-59 


J15 


■at VMI 


L3&64 


J17 


at Georgetown 


L 34-51 


J24 


• No. Carolina 


L 36-55 


J31 


• at Richmond 


L 17-38 


F1 


• at Duke 


L 17-43 


F3 


• at No. Carolina 


L 39-44 


F5 


at Navy 


L 27-52 


FB 


at Vrginia 


L 18-47 


FB 


■ Washington S Lee 


L 15-42 


FIO 


at Geo. Washington 


L 28-61 


F14 


■ William S Mary 


L 40-58 


F15 


Connecticut 


L 43-52 


F18 


■ VMI 


L 27-41 


F19 


Rutgers 


L 45-50 


F21 


• Vnqinia Tech 


L 39-48 


Faa 


Wasnington College 


W 26-18 


-794-7-42 

Record! 7-15 H: 4-5 A! 3-10 


sc!3-e 


12th place [tie) 




013 


■ at Richmond 


W 41-23 


016 


■atWillamSMarv 


L 34-33 


Dig 


at West Virginia 


L 36-63 


030 


at Semn Hall 


L 15-59 


031 


at C«:y College of NY 


L 40-57 


ja 


at St. John's 


L 48-64 


J9 


at Virginia 


W 35-34 


J10 


• at Duke 


L 33-37 


J16 


Washington College 


w as-as 


jai 


at Georgetown 


W 51-42 


ja4 


■ George Washington 


L 29-47 


jag 


Virginia 


W 38-28 


F2 


■ at VMI 


L 41-48 


F3 


■ at Washington S Lee 


L 44-52 


F7 


■ Washington S Lee 


L aa-30 


F11 


at Navy 


L 47-61 


F13 


■ William S Mary 


W 43-32 


F14 


West Virginia 


L 27-41 


FIB 


at Army 


L 32-44 


F2D 


• No. Carolina 


L 30-34 


F25 


•Ouke 


L 46-64 


F27 


•VMI 


W 39-36 


-7942-43 

Record: B-S H; 5-3 A: 3-5 


SC: 5-5 


gth place 




010 


■ Richmond 


W 32-26 


J1 


■ No. Carolina 


W 47-40 


J9 


Virginia 


W 53-43 


J13 


at Pennsylvania 


L 43-51 


J15 


■ at Washington S Lee 


L 40-50 


JIB 


■at VMI 


L 34-35 


J23 


■ at Geo. Washington 


L 43-48 


J30 


at Navy 


W 63-54 


F6 


at Army 


L 40-44 


Fia 


■Ouke 


L 43-46 


F13 


■ Washington S Lee 


W 55-35 


F15 


at Virginia 


W 56-43 


F16 


• at No. Carolina 


W 40-31 


Fao 


Georgetown 


L 36-4B 


Fa3 


• William S Many 


W51-38 


Fas 


■VMI 


L 35-38 



1343-'ii'^ 

Record: 4-14 H; 3-6 A: 1-7 N: ttl 


SC:2-1 


, 4t^ place 




Oil 


Quannco Mannes 


L 33-59 


017 


Marshall 


L 39-48 


021 


Bainbndge Navy 


L 20-52 


JB 


at Virginia 


L 20-52 


J15 


• VMI 


W 43-36 


J22 


Hampden-Sytiney 


L 43-51 


J34 


at Bainbndge Navy 


L 25-7a 


J3B 


Fort Belvoir 


L ag-BO 


J3g 


Catholic 


W 33-31 


F5 


Virginia 


L 3B-49 


FB 


atCatiiolK: 


L 33-53 


F9 


Woodrow Gen. Hospta 


W 48-36 


F12 


• at Richmond 


L 34-65 


FIB 


at Woodrow Gen, HosptalL 35-35 


Fig 


•at VMI 


W 31-39 


F34 


at NC State ' 


L 33-42 


F2B 


at Navy 


L 35-69 


Ml 


at Army 


L 22-85 


1-SoCon Tournament at Raleigh, IV.C. (Memo- 
r\si AuditonumJ 


134'il-'iS 

Record; a '4 H: 1-5 A: 1-8 N: 0-1 


SC; 2-5. 9th place 


031 


Gailaudet 


L 26-37 


J5 


• at No Carolina 


L 28-53 


JB 


• at Duke 


L 24-51 


JB 


■ at NC State 


L 32-46 


J10 


at Navy 


L 33-70 


J13 


■ VMI 


W 46-28 


J18 


Manne Corps InsDU/te 


L 34-50 


jao 


■ NC State 


L 42-57 


J27 


Hampden-Sydney 


L 42-43 


F3 


at Virginia 


L 26-57 


F5 


• at VMI 


127-35 


FIO 


Virginia 


L 33-61 


F17 


• at Wlliam S Man/ 


W 53-46 


F22 


Duke' 


L 49-76 


F27 


at US Merchant MannesL 41 -54 


F28 


at Army 


L 34-54 


1-SoCon Tournament at Raleigh. N.C. (Memo- 
nai Auditonuml 


134S-AB 

Record: 9-12 H; 8-4 A; 1-7 N: 0-1 


SC: 5-4, 5th place 


DIB 


Marine Corps Instnute 


W 61-46 


020 


Marshall 


L 43-50 


031 


QuantJCO Mannes 


L 47-50 


J4 


• at Ouke 


L 35-59 


J5 


■ at NC State 


W 47-39 


J7 


■ at No. Carolina 


L 28-64 


JIB 


at Navy 


L 35-44 


Jig 


■NC State 


W 37-33 


J33 


at Virginia 


L 45-48 


ja5 


■Duke 


W 43-38 


J26 


Hampden-Sydney 


W 35-32 


F2 


• George Washington 


W 48-35 


FB 


• No, Carolina 


L 31-33 


FB 


Virginia 


W 37-36 


F14 


US, Merchant Mannes W 43-39 


F16 


■ Richmond 


W 37-31 


F20 


■ at Wlliam S Mar\ 


L3B-42 


F23 


West Vrginia 


L 33-35 


F26 


at U.S. Merchant MannesL31-4B 


F27 


at Army 


L 25-52 


Ml 


No. Carolina ' 


L 27-54 


1 -Sout/iem Conference Tournament at Raleigh, 
NC. fMemonal AuditonumJ 


134B.47 

Record; 14-10 H: 9-3 A: 5-6 N!0-1 


SC: g-5 


5th place 




014 


at West Vrginia 


L43€1 


017 


Western Man/land 


W 49-33 


018 


Johns Hopkins 


W 41-38 


J3 


at Quantjco Mannes 


W 62-48 


J4 


■ at No. Carolina 


L 42-58 


JB 


■ Richmond 


L 39-41 


J10 


• George Washington 


W 44-43 


JIB 


• at Washington S Lee 


W B5-B0 


J17 


• at Virginia Tech 


W 57-49 


JIB 


• at VMI 


W 81-50 


J22 


at Navy 


L 27-55 


J24 


■ No. Carolina 


W 61-57 


J31 


■ Washington S Lee 


W 58-50 


F4 


Georgetown 


W 55-4g 


FIO 


■ George Washington 


L 48-63 


F15 


■ at Richmond 


L 43-68 


F17 


■ Vrginia Tech 


W 55-42 


F18 


■Duke 


L 3B-40 



F19 at U.SMen:telt MannesL 47-73 


F24 at Army 


W 57-54 


F2B • The Cltad^ 


W 52-40 


Ml •VMI 


W 53-45 


Ml 2 at Pennsylvania 


L 54-80 


M13 NC State' 


L 43-55 


1-SoCon Tournament at Durham, 

Indoor Stadium) 


N.C. (Duke 



Ffuc/e StBMvart 




3 Seasons 

1S47.4S to 

1949-50 

Hec; 27-48 

Conf.! 22-27 



•7S47.4S 

Record; 11-14 M: B-4 A; 5-9 Ni 0-1 


SC; 9-7, 4th place 


Oil 


at Western Maryland 


W 63-58 


012 


Loyola (Md.) 


L 52-63 


016 


• Davidson 


W 59-58 


017 


• at Washington S Lee 


L B4-70 


DIB 


• at VMI 


W 53-46 


020 


at Johns Hopkins 


W 64-53 


J3 


■ at No. Carolina 


L 46-70 


J5 


■ at Duke 


L 42-53 


J7 


St Georgetown 


L 40-53 


J10 


■ Clemson 


W 49-43 


jia 


at Vrqinia 


L 44-64 


J14 


at Navy 


L 47-51 


J16 


• South Carolina 


W 68-54 


J17 


• VMI 


WB3-48 


J31 


at Army 


L 44-48 


F7 


• Washington S Lee 


W 64-38 


F11 


• at Geo. Washington 


L 43-65 


F13 


• No. Carolina 


L 47-51 


F16 


Virginia 


L 56-68 


F19 


• Richmond 


W 60-53 


F21 


■ at South Carolina 


W 54-53 


F23 


■ at Clemson 


W 63-61 


F2B 


• at Richmond 


L 63-64 


Ml 


• George Washington 


L 35-59 


M4 


Davidson ' 


L51-5B 


1-SoCon Tournament at Durham, f\I.C (Duke 
Indoor Stadium) 


1348-^3 

Record; 9-lB H; 4-5 A: 5-11 N: 0-2 


SC:B-7 


7Hi place 




04 


at Temple 


L 49-67 


09 


■ Virginia Tech 


W 80-51 


D11 


at Loyola (Md.) 


L 75-77 


D13 


■ Richmond 


L 45-54 


D16 


Virginia 


L 47-53 


D18 


■ Clemsdh 


W 74-50 


J3 


• at No. Carolina 


L 47-55 


J4 


• Davidson ' 


L 49-53 


J7 


at Wrginia 


L 43-79 


J10 


at Georgetown 


L 51-53 


J12 


at Pennsylvania 


L 67-81 


J2a 


at Navy 


L 46-53 


J36 


■ George Washington L 54-66 


J3B 


at Miami-OH 


W 43-43 


J39 


at Mami-OH 


L 48-58 


Fa 


at Cincinnao ' 


L 33-70 


F4 


• at VMI 


W 53-45 


F5 


■at Washington S Lee WBB-60 


F8 


• South Carolina 


W 79-49 


F11 


■ No. Carolina 


L 52-66 


F17 


Geon^etown 


L 52-56 


F19 


■ at South Carolina 


W 57-56 


F30 


■ at Clemson 


L49-6B 


F34 


• at Rdimond 


W 66-51 


F3B 


■ at Geo. Washington L 43-61 


F2B 


• VMI 


W 70-55 


M3 


No Carolina = 


LSI -79 


1 -at Charlottesville, Va fMemonal GymnasiumJ, 
a-at Cronnao, Oho (Music Hall).' 3-SoCon Tour- 
nament at Durham. NC (Duke Indoor SBdium) 


-7949-50 

Record: 7-18 H: 6-6 A; 1-12 
13th place 


SC; 5-13, 


03 


• at Virginia Tech 


L 57-63 


05 


at Tennessee 


L 40-61 


06 


at Virginia 


L 56-66 


010 


• Washington S Lee W 65-46 


014 


at Pennsylvania 


L 52-54 



n's 


Basketl 


jall 


018 


■ Clemson 


L 55-BO 


D17 


at Navy 


L 62-75 


019 


Ohio Wesleyan 


L71-75 


J2 


■ at No, Carolina 


L 53-55 


J3 


■ at Ouke 


L 46-58 


J7 


at Georgetown 


W 71-65 


J10 


• William S Mary 


L 52-56 


J12 


• at Richmond 


L 49-59 


J14 


• George Washmgto 


nL 51-73 


J31 


• at William S Man/ 


L 56-64 


F1 


■VMI 


W 65-53 


F3 


■ No. Carolina 


L 5B-B9 


FB 


■at VMI 


L 61-82 


FIO 


■Duke 


W 67-57 


F13 


■ South Carolina 


L 56-61 


F14 


Vrginia 


W 70-52 


F1B 


■ Davidson 


W 64-61 


F31 


■ Richmond 


W 67-48 


F34 


■ at South Cardlina 


L 44-59 


F35 


■ at Clemson 


L 66-70 



Bud M illikan 

^M^ I 1 7 Seasons 
^ \ 1950-51 to 

' -^ ' 1966-67 

Rec: 243- 1S2 
Conf.; 130-109 



195O-01 

Record: 16-11 H; 10-3 A: 5-7 


N:1-1 


SC:1 1-8, 8th place 


01 


Vrginia 


W 59-57 


OB 


at Pennsylvania 


L 65-74 


Oil 


■ William S Mary 


W 48-41 


013 


at Virginia 


W 4B-43 


018 


• Washington S Lee W 52-43 


019 


Rutgers 


W 51-45 


J2 


• at No. Carolina 


W B7-59 


JB 


■ at Richmond 


W 46-42 


J10 


at Navy 


L 47-51 


J13 


Geonnetown 


W 58-47 


J15 


• Vrginia Tech 


L 57-BB 


J20 


■ No, Carolina 


W 58-55 


F1 


• at Davidson 


W 57-55 


F2 


■ at South Carolina 


L 43-70 


F3 


• at Clemson 


L 44-50 


F7 


■at Washington S Lee L 65-83 


FB 


•at VMI 


W 46-41 


F12 


• South Carolina 


W 47-37 


F14 


• West Vrginia 


L 64-70 


FIB 


•Ouke 


L 40-49 


F17 


• at Wlliam S Mary 


L 50-55 


F19 


■ Clemson (OTl 


W 54-50 


F21 


■ Richmond 


W 43-33 


F23 


■ at Geo. Washington L47-B7 


F24 


■ VMI 


WB5-4B 


Ml 


Clemson ' 


W 50-48 


Ma (b; 


at NC State ' 


L 45-54 


1 -SoCdn Tournament at Raleigh. N 

CokseumI 


C-ffteynolds 


195-7-53 

Record; 13-9 H;B-1 A: 5-7 N: 0-1 


SC; g-5, Bth 


place (oe) 




03 


at \^rginia 


W 59-43 


05 


• Washington S Lee W 71-51 


08 


at Pennsylvania 


L 52-53 


012 


■ William & Mary 


W 54-53 


015 


■ at West Virginia 


L 38-39 


018 


■ at VMI 


W 57-33 


019 


■atWa^irgtonSLee W 51-«3 


J3 


■ at No. Carolina 


L 47-51 


J5 


at Navy 


W 48-45 


J7 


Vrginia 


W 63-53 


J1Q 


Georgetown 


W 55-40 


J12 


atRutoers 


L 55-81 


JIB 


•No Carolina 


W 71-51 


F9 


■VMI 


W 84-48 


F14 


■ Richmcnd 


W5&45 


FIB 


■ at William S Man, 


L 66-71 


FIB 


• at Duke 


L 51-56 


F21 


at Georgetown 


L 61-71 


F27 


• at Richmond 


W 54-50 


F29 


■ George Washington L 58-57 


Ml 


■ Davidson 


W 71-48 


MB [12) 


Duke' 


L 48-51 


1-SaCon Tournament at Raleigh, N. 
Coliseum} 


:, (Reynolds 



t:^GCSt=te i=Bf CDomin^m 



All-Time Records 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 
Final Four ' 20D1 . 2002 
Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances' 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001. 2002, 



2003 



Maryland Men's Basketbal£L[ m J i 




-7352-53 

Hecord:15a Hi 8-2 A; 6-5 N: ' 


1-1 


SC:' 


2-3, 2nc 


1 place loel 




D2 




Virginia 


W71-B1 


D4 




• William S Marv 


W B4-B1 


DB 




3t Pennsylvania 


L 53-70 


D13 




• West Virpinia 


W 52-45 


D17 




• at VMI 


W 54-37 


Dia 




■ atWashinntorSLee W 5B-40 


J3 




• at No. Carolina 


L 49-59 


J5 




at Vrqinis 


W 59-5B 


JB 




■ at Richmond (DTI 


W B3-B0 


J10 




Georgetown 


L 45-54 


J12 




• Virqinia Tech 


W 65-4B 


J17 




• No, Carolina 


W 68-BB 


F3 




• atG,Washn(]ton(20T) L 62-63 


FS 




• at Virqinia Tech 


W 70-5B 


F9 




' Richmond 


L 4B-49 


F12 




• VMI 


W 67-41 


F14 




• Washington S Lee W 87-5B 


F17 




■ at Williams Mary 


W 79-57 


FIB 




at Georgetown 


L 48-49 


F21 




atNaw 


L 47-51 


FSA 




• Geo. Washington 


W BB-53 


M5 




Duke' 


W 74-65 


MB 




Wake Forest (OT) • 


L 59-61 


1-SoCon Tournament at Hateigh. N.C. (Heynolds 
Coliseum) 


1S53-5<J 

Recordi23-7 H; 92 A: 11-4 N:3-1 


ACC: 


7-2, 2nd place 




Postseason: AP No, 20 


D3 




• at South Carolina 


W 53-49 


D4 




• at Clemson 


WB1-41 


D5 




• at Wake Forest 


L 54-71 


DB 




at Williams Mary 


W 69-54 


D14 




at West Vrginia 


L 71-87 


D17 




Virginia Tech 


W 60-52 


DIB 




• South Carolina 


W 79-48 


D3D 




Arizona State ' 


W 65-50 


031 




Evansyille ' 


W 66-5B 


J2 




atKsituckyWEsfeyai'W 54-37 


J4 




at Richmond 


W 72-B4 


J5 




• Virginia 


W 70-B4 


JB 




• Clemson 


W 79-54 


J9 




at Georgetown (OT 


1 L5B-5B 


J11 




Richmond 


L 71-73 


J15 


171 


George Washington W BB-B1 


J1B 




' at Virginia 


W 70-56 


J30 [131 


at Tampa 


WB1-51 


F1 


(131 


at Miami 


W B3-57 


F4 


(131 


at Washington SLeeW 51-25 


F5 


(13) 


at Virginia Tech 


W 54-41 


F11 


(111 


Washington S Lee 


W 76-43 


F1 3 [111(16] 


at Navy (OT) 


W 61-60 


F15 1111 


• Wake Forest 


W 74-53 


FIB [111(141 


•Duke 


L61-BB 


FIB (111 


Georgetown 


W 53-50 


F23[111 (Bl 


at Geo. Washingtor 


1 L 57-70 


F25[111 


Wlliam S Mary 


W 74-55 


M4 


(171 


Demson = 


W 75-59 


IVI5 


(171 


Wake Forest (DTI ' 


L 5B-64 


1 -AH-Amencan Dty Tournament at Owensboro, 
Ky.: S-ACC Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. 
(Reynolds Coliseum) 


RBCord:17 7 H: 7-2 Ai 7-4 N; 3-1 


ACC 


1 10-4, 3rd place 




D4 




Georgetown 


W 60-43 


D7 


[171 


•Duke 


W 43-47 


DID 


[171 


• Wake Forest IDTl 


L 58-62 


D14 




• at Virginia 


W 72-69 


D17 




• at Duke 


L 61-68 


DIB 




• at No. Carolina 


W 70-60 


027 




Texas Tech ' 


W 58-54 


D2B 




Rhode Island ' 


W 83-66 


030 




Cincinnati ' 


W 78-61 


J4 


(111 


• South Carolina 


W 68-51 


JB 


(111 


• Vrginia 


W 7B-B5 


JB 


(111 


• at Clemson 


W 71-63 


JlOdll 


• at South Carolina 


W 6B-5g 


J13[111 (21 


• NC State 


W BB-64 


JIB 


(Bl (91 


at Geo. Washington L 53-75 


J29 


(Bl 


at Navy 


W BO-54 


F5 


(121 


at Williams Mary 


W 67-62 


FB 


(111 IBl 


George Washingtor 


1 L 67-73 


F12(111 


• No. Carolina 


W 63-61 


F15(111 


• Clemson 


W GB-BB 


F19(111 (71 


• at NC State 


L 5B-7B 


F21 


(111 


• at Wake Forest 


L 71-75 


Fas 1171 


at Georgetown (20TIW 57-49 


M3 


11B1 


Viroinia (DTI = 


L 67-68 



J -M-Amencan City Tournament at OwensDoro, 
Ky.; 2-ACC Tournament at Raleigh. N.C. 
(Reynolds Cohseum) 



1 BBS-SB 

Record: 14-10 H: 9-5 A: 5-4 N: 0-1 


ACC: 


7-7. 5th 


place 




02 




• Virginia 


W 57-55 


08 




William S Mary 


W 52-51 


010 




• Wake Forest 


WB1-51 


D15 


(121 


Kentucky 


LSI -82 


017 


(111 


• No, Carolina 


L 62-68 


029 


(161 


Michigan State ' 


L 75-95 


030 




St. Francis ' 


W 75-BB 


J4 




• South Carolina 


W 76-57 


J5 


(71 


George Washington 


W 62-48 


J7 




• at Clemson 


W 71-63 


J9 




• at South Carolina 


W 59-53 


J12 


(31 


• NC State 


L 64-73 


J14 


(61 


• at Duke 


L B2-7B 


JIB 


(91 


• at No. Carolina 


L 55-B4 


jai 




at Georgetown (OT) W 62-57 


F4 




Navy 


W 80-61 


F7 


(81 


•Duke 


L 70-B2 


F11 


(191 


at Geo. Washington 


W 67-46 


F14 




• Clemson 


W 81-69 


FIB 


(51 


• at NC State 


W71-B2 


F20 




•at Wake Forest 


L 60-76 


Fa3 




• at Virginia 


L 60-73 


F25 




Georgetown 


W 72-61 


Ml 


[111 


Duke 2 


L 69-94 


l-Jylid-WinterFesttval at College Park, Md. (Cole 
field House), 2-ACC Tournament at Raleigh, 
NC (Reynolds Coliseum) 


T956-57 

Record: 16-10 H: 8-2 A: 5-B N:3-2 


ACC: 9-5, 2nd place 


01 




• at Virginia 


W B7-63 


06 




Fordham 


L B2-68 


010 




• Wake Forest 


W 59-53 


015 


[31 


at Kentucky 


L 55-76 


017 


IB) 


• at No. Carolina 


LSI -70 


D30 




Montana State ' 


W 69-72 


031 




New Mexico ASM ' 


L 43-45 


J1 




Virginia ' 


W 43-39 


J4 




• at Clemson 


W 59-52 


J5 




• at South Carolina 


L 60-68 


J10 


(151 


•Ouke 


W 62-51 


jia 




at Geo, Washington 


W 68-48 


J14 




• South Carolina 


W BB-59 


JIB 




Georgetown 


W B2-B9 


J19 




• NC State 


W 79-66 


J31 


(191 


• at Duke 


L BO-72 


F2 




George Washington 


W 84-67 


F5 


[11 


• No. Carolina (2DT 


1 L 61-65 


F12 




• Vrginia 


W B5-64 


FIB 




• at NC State 


W 56-49 


FIB 


[171 


• at Wake Forest 


L 58-62 


F23 




atNavv 


L 55-56 


F25 




• Clemson 


W 74-65 


F27 




at Georoetown 


W 62-59 


M7 




Virginia ^ 


W 71-68 


MS 




South Carolina '' 


L 64-74 


1 -All-Amencan City Tournament at Owensboro, 
Ky.; 2-ACC Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. 
(Reynolds Coliseum) 


1S57-5S 

Record: 22-7 H: 10-1 A: B-4 N; 6-2 


ACC: 9-5, 4tJi place, ACC Tournament Oampon 


Postseason: NCAA East Region 3rd place, AP 
No, 6, UPI No, B 


04 




George Washington 


W 64-55 


D7 




at Fordham 


W 61-58 


DB 




Kentucky 


W71-B2 


013 




• Wake Forest 


W 72-58 


018 


(Bl 


Navy 


W 88-58 


028 


(61 


Vandertjilt ' 


W 71-56 


030 


(61 


Memphis State (30TTL 46-47 


J3 


(71 


• at South Carolina 


W 72-59 


J4 


171 


• at Clemson 


L 66-73 


JB 


(111 


• Duke 


W 74-49 


J11 


(111 (31 


• No. Carolina 


W 74-61 


J14 


(Bl 


at Georgetown 


W 55-45 


J20 


161(201 


• NC State 


L 48-57 


F1 


191 


atNavv 


W 64-51 


F7 


(Bl 


• at Virginia 


W 87-66 


FB 


(Bl 


• at Wake Forest 


W 74-87 


F13 


(91 


• Clemson 


W 72-54 


F15 


(91(1 01 


• at NC State (3DT1 L 64-69 


F18 (141 


• Virginia 


W 69-56 


Fai 


(141 (71 


• at Duke 


L 59-68 


F22 (1411161 


• at No, Carolina 


L 59-66 



Fas (171 


Georgetown 


W 56-46 


M1 (171 


• South Carolina 


W 99-59 


M6 (171 


Virginia ' 


W 70-BB 


M7 (171 (61 


Duke [DTI 2 


W71-B5 


MB (171(131 


No. Carolina ^ 


W 86-74 


Mil [Bl 


Boston College = 


W 86-63 


Ml 4 161 (51 


Temple ■■ 


L 67-71 


Ml 5 [61 


Manhattan ' 


W 59-55 



t -Sugar Bow/ Tournament at New Orleans, La. 
[Loyola Field House]; 2-ACC Tournament at Ra- 
leigh, N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum); 3-NCAA East 
Region First Round at New York, N. Y. (Madi- 
son Square Garden); 4-NCAA East Regional at 
Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum) 



795S-5S 

Record: 10-13 H: 7-3 A: 2-B U: 


1-2 


ACC: 7-7, Brc 


1 place (tie) 




03 




• NC State 


L 53-55 


06 




at Northwestern 


L 62-66 


010 




• Vroinia 


W 63-5B 


015 


(21 


at Kentucky (DTI 


L 56-58 


017 




Navy 


L 50-53 


020 




• Wake Forest 


W BB-B5 


D29 


171 


Mississippi State ' 


L 45-56 


030 




Loyola (Md.) ' 


W 54-50 


J7 




•Ouke 


W 64-31 


J9 




• at South Carolina 


W 59-41 


J10 




• at Clemson 


L 46-55 


J14 




Georgetown 


WB1-53 


J17 




• at Duke 


L 69-78 


F4 


(2) 


•at No, Carolina 


L 57-64 


F7 




• at Wake Forest 


L 53-58 


F10 




G. Washington (OT) 


L 65-66 


F14 


(Bl 


• at I^C State 


L 37-53 


F16 




• Clemson 


W 77-58 


F1B 




•at Viroinia 


L 50-62 


F21 


(11 


• No. Carolina 


W 69-51 


F25 




at Georgetown 


W 67-56 


F27 




• South Carolina 


W 75-45 


M5 




Virginia ^ 


L 65-66 


1 -Sugar Bowl Tournament at New Orleans, La. 
(Loyola Field House), 2-ACC Tournament at Ha- 
leiQh. N.C (Reynolds Coliseum) 


IBBB-BO 

Record: 1 5-B H: 8-2 A: 7-5 N: 0-1 


ACC: 9-5, 3n 


1 place 




D3 




at Geo. Washingtor 


1 W 64-57 


09 




• Viroinia 


W 70-62 


014 




Georoetown 


W 59-48 


018 




• Wake Forest 


L 47-54 


028 


(91 


Indiana ' 


L 63-72 


029 




Fordham ' 


W 76-54 


J4 




Yale 


W103-B0 


JB 




• South Carolina 


W 85-52 


J13 




at Georgetown 


L 51-66 


JIB 




• at Ouke 


W 56-48 


JIB 




• NC State 


W 63-53 


J20 




atNaw 


W 51-50 


F3 


[171 


• No, Carolina 


L 66-75 


FB 




• at Wake Forest 


L 64-65 


F10 




• at Viroinia 


W 44-43 


F13 




• at NC State 


L 46-48 


F15 




• Clemson 


W 70-55 


F18 




•Ouke 


W 71-61 


F20 




G. Washington (GTl 


W 8B-B4 


F23 




• at No. Carolina 


L 64-81 


F26 




• at Clemson (2 DTI W BB-59 


F27 




• at South Carolina 


W 72-55 


M3 




at NC State = 


L 5B-74 


1 -Blue Grass Fesoval at Louisville, Ky. Kentucky 
State Fairgrounds Pavilton}; 2-ACC Tournament 
at Raleigh. N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum) 


-7950-6-7 

Record: 14-12 H: 9-2 A: 3-8 N: 


i2-2 


ACC: B-B, 5th place 


01 




Penn State 


W 64-47 


03 




• at Viroinia 


W 57-52 


DB 




Georoe Washingtor 


1 W 80-88 


010 




at Minnesota 


W 64-53 


014(121 


at Georoetown 


W 78-67 


017(12) 


• Wake Forest 


L 60-72 


029 


(111 


No. Carolina ' 


L 57-81 


D30 


(101 


at NC State' 


L 67-75 


031 




Wyoming ' 


W 84-77 


J7 




• South Carolina 


W 72-58 


J11 




Georgetown 


W 55-47 


J14 


(B) 


• at Duke 


L B2-70 


J16 


(71 


• No. Carolina 


L 52-58 


JIB 




Navy 


W B3-62 


J21 




• NC State 


W 75-57 


F2 


(51 


• at No (Proline 


L 56-63 



F4 




• at Wake Forest 


L 69-78 


F10 




• at Clemson 


L 59-76 


F11 




• at South Carolina 


LB1-B4 


F13 




• at NC State 


L BB-83 


F16 


(31 


•Ouke 


W 76-71 


FIB 




at Geo. Washington 


L 44-63 


F22 




• Viroinia 


W 77-62 


F25 




• Clemson (OTl 


W 82-80 


M2 




Clemson ^ 


W 91-75 


M3 




Wake Forest = 


L 76-98 


1 -Dixie Classic at Raleigh, N.C (Reynolds Coli- 
seum); 2-ACC Tournament at Haleigh, N.C. 
(Reynolds Coliseum) 


T9B1BS 

Record: 8-17 H: 4-6 A: 4-8 N: 0-3 


ACC: 3-1 1,7th place 


02 




at Penn State 


L 65-71 


06 




Georgetown [2DT1 


L 7B-79 


D12 




• NC State (OTl 


L BB-73 


D15 




Minnesota 


W 75-69 


016 


131 


• Wake Forest 


W 79-62 


018 




• at Virginia 


W 91-70 


029 




Mississippi State ' 


L 62-64 


030 




Louisville ' 


L 64-83 


J3 




at Geo, Washington 


W 67-56 


JB 




• South Carolina 


L 77-66 


J1D 




at Georoetown 


W 83-70 


J13 


(101 


• at Duke 


L 68-84 


J16 




CSeorge Washington 


W 81-57 


J20 




• at NC State 


L 51-55 


jaa 




at Miami 


W71-B8 


F3 




at Navy 


L 55-B7 


F6 




• No, Carolina 


W 79-52 


F9 




• at South Carolina 


L 58-85 


F10 




• at Clemson 


L61-73 


F13 


(71 


•Duke 


L 53-79 


F17 




• at Wake Forest 


L 78-81 


F19 




• at No. Carolina 


L 67-70 


F21 




• Viroinia 


L 68-72 


F24 




• Clemson 


L 88-75 


Ml 


(81 


Duke 2 


L 56-71 


1 -Sugar Bowl Tournament at New Orleans, La. 
(Loyola Field House); 2-ACC Tournament at Ra- 
leigh, N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum) 


19BS-B3 

Record: B- 13 H: 5-B A; 3-B N;0-1 


ACC; 4-1 D.Bth place (tie) 


01 




Penn State 


L61-62 


04 




at Georoetown 


L 70-73 


09 


(21 


• at Duke 


L 56-92 


Oil 




• NC State (OTl 


L 74-78 


015 




• at Viroinia 


W 67-61 


019 




• Wake Forest 


L 74-85 


J5 




• South Carolina 


W 68-63 


J7 




Georoe Washington 


W 74-72 


J12 




Navy 


W 67-61 


J14 


(101 


• No. Carolina 


L 58-78 


J19 




• at NC State 


L 59-79 


F1 




at Geo. Washington W BB-B7 


F4 




Georgetown 


W 73-72 


F7 




• at No. Carolina 


L 55-52 


F9 




• at Clemson 


L 50-52 


F11 




• at South Carolina 


W 51-44 


F14 




• at Wake Forest 


L 54-75 


F16 




• Virginia 


L 59-71 


Fig 


(21 


•Ouke 


L 70-76 


F23 




• Clemson 


W B9-B7 


F28 




Wake Forest ' 


L 41-80 


1-ACC Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds 
Coliseum) 



7963-64 

Record: 9-17 H: 5-4 A: 2-10 N: 2-3 ACC: 

5-9, 6th place 



02 
04 



* Viroinia 



W 68-58 



07 



at Georgetown L 72-83 



010 



at Penn State L 82-91 



• NC State 



015 



West Viroinia 



W 72-62 



* Clemson 



W 74-72 



W 56-48 



020 



Tennessee ' 



L 59-70 



021 



027 



Louisiana State ' W 75-85 



Arizona ^ 



Columbia ^ 



L 54-57 



W 82-75 



JB 



J11 



• South Carolina (OTl L 69-73 



at Navy 



L55-i 



J1B 



at No. Carolina L 88-97 



• at NC State 



L 65-66 



•at Wake Forest W 91-82 
at Geo. Washington W 80-78 
at West Virqinia L 67-91 



(71 •Duke 



L72-104 



F14 


• Wake Forest 


L 77-79 


FIB 


• No, Carolina 


W 74-B4 


F20 


• at Viroinia 


L 73-79 


F22 


141 •at Duke 


L 63-54 


F25 


Georgetown 


L 78-81 


F28 


• at Clemson 


L B8-83 


F2B 


• at South Carolina 


L B4-74 


M5 


Clemson ^ 


L 67-81 


t-VPI Tournament at Blacksburg, Va. (Virginia 
Tech Coliseum); 2-£vansville Hoi^y Tournament 
at Eyansville. Ind. (Roberts Stadium); 3-ACC 
Tournament at flaleiqh, N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum) 


7964-65 

Record: IBB H: 9-3 A: 7-4 N: 2-1 


ACC: 1D-4, 2nd place (tie) 


D2 


Penn State 


W 72-71 


03 


Georoe Washington 


W 82-80 


05 


• at Virginia 


L 59-81 


DB 


• NC State 


L B2-B3 


012 


West Viroinia (OT) 


L 73-80 


018 


• Wake Forest 


W 82-54 


019 


Kansas (OTl 


LSI -63 


028 


Tulsa ' 


W 66-59 


028 


at Miami ' 


L 73-80 


J4 


• No. Carolina 


W 76-68 


J5 


• at Clemson (2DT1 


W 87-85 


J9 • 


• at South Carolina 


W 75-70 


J13 


Navy 


W 77-58 


J14 


• at W*e Forest (DTI W 93-85 


J16 


• at NC State 


L 67-73 


J30 


• at No. Carolina 


W 91-50 


F1 


(101 -at Duke 


L 54-82 


F10 


at West Virginia 


W 86-78 


F13 


at Georoetown 


W 85-67 


F17 


• Viroinia 


W 52-47 


F20 


at Navy 


W 70-57 


F23 


(51 •Ouke 


W 85-82 


F2B 


• Clemson 


W 88-71 


F27 


• South Carolina 


W 73-59 


M4 


Clemson = 


W 81-50 


M5 


at NC State' 


L 67-75 


1 -Miami. Fla. (Miami Beach Convention Center); 
2-ACC Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds 
Coliseum) 


nass-BB 

Record: 14-11 H: 7-3 A: 5-7 Nl 


2-1 


ACC: 7-7, 5th place 


01 


at Penn State 


L 61-65 


04 


• Wake Forest 


W 87-65 


07 


• NC State 


W 59-48 


010 


(71 at Kansas 


L 82-71 


Oil 


at Kansas State 


W 53-57 


015 


Georgetown 


W 77-59 


021 


at West Viroinia 


L 74-7B 


029 


Houston ' 


W B9-BB 


030 


Dayton ' 


W 77-75 


J3 


• at No. Carolina 


L 52-67 


J5 


• Virginia 


L B2-B5 


J13 


(11 'at Duke 


L 51-75 


J15 


• at NC State (OTl 


L 58-50 


J27 


at Geo. Washingtor 


1 W107-81 


J29 


• at Clemson 


L BB-71 


J31 


• at South Carolina 


W 78-63 


F5 


• No. Carolina 


W 76-66 


F7 


• at Wake Forest (Cmw 86-78 


F9 


Naw 


W 74-B9 


F12 


West Viroinia 


W1 07-92 


FIB 


• at Vroinia 


W 71-64 


F19 


(21 •Ouke 


L 69-74 


F25 


• South Carolina 


W 56-42 


F26 


• Clemson 


L 69-81 


M3 


No. Carolina' 


L 70-77 


1 -Sugar Bowl Tournament at New Orleans, La. 
(Loyola Field Hni ispl; 2-ACC Tournament at Ra- 
leigh, N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum) 


7966-67 

Record: 11 14 H: 5-5 A; 4-8 N:a-1 


ACC: 5-9, 5th place (tie) 


D1 


Penn State 


W 76-53 


07 


• at NC State 


W 54-38 


D10 


• South Carolina 


L 63-65 


D13 


• at Viroinia 


W 85-65 


DIB 


Oklahoma State ' 


W 50-49 


017 


at Memphis State ' 


L 53-55 


D20 


• Wake Forest 


L 59-68 


D25 


at Davidson = 


W 66-65 


D29 


Army' 


W 57-54 


J7 


• NC State 


W 60-55 


J11 


at West Viroinia (0T)WB2-B1 


J14 


• Duke (DTI 


L 69-72 


J1S 


• Clemson 


W6a4B 



All -Time Records 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions ^mi^ g— 

Final Four •S001. £002 - CZ 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999. 2001, 2002, 2003 
IVCAA Appearances' 1994, 1995, 1996. 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 




jsa 


West Virginia 


L5B-B1 


J3Q 


• at South Carolina 


L 53-80 


F4 


[21 • at No. Carolina 


L 77-B5 


F9 


Georqe Washington 


W 78-52 


F11 


at Geofx^etown 


L 49-80 


F13 


• Wrqinia 


W 87-7B 


FIB 


at Navy 


L 85-GB 


FIB 


• at Duke 


L 58-81 


F22 


[51 • No. Carolina 


L 78-79 


F25 


• at Clemson 


L 81-65 


M4 


' at Wake Forest 


L 84-78 


MS 


South Carolina 3 


L 54-57 



T -Memphis Invitational at Memphe, Tenn. (Mid- 
South Cohseum): 2-Charlotte (nvicationa/ at 
Chartotte, N.C. IChariotte Cohseum): 3-ACC 
Tournament at Greensboro. N.C. (Greensboro 

Cohseum) 



,^rank Fellows 




8 Seasons 

1967.68 to 

1968-69 

Rec: 16-34 

Conf.: 6-22 



13B7-BB 

Record; B-1B H; 7-3 A: 1-11 Ni 0-2 



ACC; 4-10. Bth place 


02 




at Penn State 


L 71-78 


D4 




at Geo. Washington 


W 84-53 


DB 




• NC State 


L 82-75 


09 




• South Carolina 


W 66-85 


014 




• at Wake Forest 


L 60-73 


021 




at Texas-El Paso ' 


L 53-70 


022 




Southern Illinois (OT) 1 72-73 


J3 




• at South Carolina 


L 59-68 


JB 




• at NC State 


L 52-68 


J1Q 




West Virginia 


W 79-75 


J13 
J15 




•Duke 

• at Clemson (20T1 


L 52-84 
L 93-94 


J17 




Navy 


W 7B-72 


J30 




at Miami 


L 73-93 


F3 


(31 


• No. Carolina 


L 67-73 


FB 




• at Ouke 


L 64-85 


F1D 




at West Virginia 


L 88-83 


F13 




• Virginia 


W 85-76 


F17 




• Wake Forest 


W 87-74 


F21 


(31 


• at No, CaiTjIina 


L 60-83 


Fg4 




• Clemson 


W 81-68 


FSB 




' at Virginia 


L 68-70 


M2 




Georgetown 


W BB-BO 


M7 




NC State = 


L 54-63 


1-Sun Camiva/ Tournament at B Paso, Texas 
(Memona/ Gymnasium); 2-ACC Tournament at 
Charlotte, NC. (Charlotte Coliseum; 


19BBB9 

Record: 8- IS Hi 4-6 A: 3-10 N 


1-2 


ACC: 2-12. 7th place (tie) 


N30 




Penn State 


W 66-56 


04 




at West Virginia 


L 65-BB 


07 




• at South Carolina 


L B7-79 


011 




Pnnceton 


L 63-72 


014 




• at Wake Forsst 


L 87-95 


017 




George Washington 


W S9-9B 


020 




at Marshall ' 


W 89-80 


021 




Miami ' 


L 85-92 


027 


(31 


at Davidson " 


L B9-B3 


02B 




Wichita State ' 


W 95-63 


J3 




•at Wake Forests 


L 71-93 


J4 




• at NC State 


L B9-B5 


J8 




• South Carolina 


L 67-69 


J11 




• at Ouke 


L 85-96 


J13 




• Clemson 


W B3-7B 


JIB 




t Virginia 


L 77-78 


F1 


(21 


• at No, Carolina 


LB7-107 


F5 




•NC State 


LB1-BB 


F8 




West Virginia 


W91-84 


F10 




•Ouke 


L 83-93 


F12 




at Navy 


L 88-72 


F15 




• at Virginia 


L 78-84 


F19 


(31 


• No. Carolina 


L 86-88 


F22 




• at Clemson 


W 84-83 


Ml 




at Georgetown 


W 83-78 


MB 


(131 


South Carolina " 


L 71-92 



1-Msrshs/l Invitational at Huntington, W. Va, 
(Memorial Field House): 2-Charfotte Invitational 
at Chartotte, N.C. (Charlotte Cohseum): 3-at 
Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 4- 
ACC Tournament at Charlotte. N.C. fCharlotte 
ColiseumJ 



Charles 
Driesell 



'Lefty' 




1 7 Seasons 

1969-70 to 

1985-96 

Rec; 348-159 

Conf.: isa-iaa 



13B3-7a 

Record: 13-13 H; 10-4 A: 3-7 N: 0-2 



ACC: 5-9. Bth 


01 




Buffalo 


W 97-77 


03 




at Geo. Washington 


W 92-71 


010 




at Pnnceton 


L 67-75 


013 




■ Wake Forest 


LB7.104 


015 


(81 


• South Carolina 


L6B-101 


019 




Army ' 


L 54-89 


020 




Fordham ' 


W 94-71 


029 




Lfciawarc 


W 94-58 


J2 


(151 


•NC State = 


L 57-91 


J3 




• at Wake Forest^ 


W 96-88 


J7 




West Wrginia 


W 83-76 


J10 


(31 


• at South Carolina 


L 44-55 


J12 




• at Clemson 


W 75-88 


J14 




Navy 


W 73-57 


J24 




Maine 


W 97-68 


J28 




•Ouke 


W 52-50 


J31 


(91 


• No. Carolina 


L 89-77 


F4 


(51 


• at NC State 


L 54-64 


F7 




Georgetown 


W 81-71 


F11 




• at Virginia 


L 69-71 


FIB 


(131 


• at No. Carolina 


L 83-90 


F21 




• at Ouke 


L 78-87 


F23 




• Clemson 


W1 03-85 


F25 




at West Virginia 


L 78-83 


F2B 




• Virginia 


W 79-71 


M5 


(191 


NC State = 


L 57-67 


1 -Maryland InwtaDonal Tournament at College 
Park, Md, (Cole Field House); 2-at Greensboro, 
NC. (GreenstJoro Coliseum); S-ACC Tourna- 
ment at Charlotte. N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum) 


1370.71 

Record: 14-12 H: 11-4 A: 3-7 N:0-1 


ACC: 5-9. 8tf 


place (tie) 




01 




Oelaware 


W 88-73 


05 




Buffalo 


W1 09-70 


08 




Lehigh 


W 85-66 


012 




• Wake Forest 


W 72-71 


018 


[21 


• at South Carolina 


L 70-96 


019 




at Georgetown 


L 79-92 


022 




Tampa 


W 80-72 


029 




Miami 


W1 11-77 


J2 




Richmond 


W 99-67 


JB 




•NC State 


L81-B3 


jg 


(21 


•South Carolina (OTTW 31 -30 


J11 




• Clemson 


W 56-52 


J23 




George Washington 


W 69-67 


J27 




at Loyola (Mdl 


W 88-69 


J30 


[201 


• at No, Carolina 


L79-105 


F3 




• at NC State 


L 61-71 


F6 




• at Ouke 


W 88-79 


FIO 




• at Virginia 


L B3-7B 


F13 




•Ouke 


L 67-70 


F17 


(Bl 


• No. Carolina 


L76-100 


F20 




atSetonHall 


W 56-55 


F23 




• at Clemson (OTl 


L 45-51 


F27 




West Virgina 


L 81-83 


M2 




• at Wake Forest 


L 86-72 


MB 




• Virginia (OT) 


W 89-84 


Mil 


(81 


South Carolina ' 


L 63-71 


1-ACC Tournament at Greenstoro. NC. 
(Greensboro Coliseum) 


737-7.72 

Record: 27-5 H: 14-0 A: 7-4 N;6-1 


ACC: B-4, 2nd place (tiel, 
ACC Tournament Finalist 


PoslaeaMr:N[:QaTpon,APNo, M.URNo. 11 


01 


(B) 


Brown 


W100-B3 


04 


(81 


at Geo. Washington 


W1 17-96 


OB 


(51 


• at Virginia 


L 57-78 


013 


(51 


Georgetown 


W 79-48 


017(151 


Canisius 


W 88-77 


020(151 


at Loyola (Md.l 


W 73-80 


022(151 


at Holy Cross 


W102-79 


029(181 


Western Kentucky 


W1D3-B7 


030(161 191 


St. John's ' 


W 90-89 


J5 


121 


•NC State 


W 83-70 



J1D (121 



• at Wake Forest '' W 49-46 



at Navy 



J25 (181 Buffalo 



W B2-SB 



J29 1181 (31 • at No. Carolina L 72-92 



W B6-65 



F5 



•Ouke 



W 77-58 



F9 (201 Duguesne 



W 85-71 



F12 



at Long Island W 78-60 



FIB (191 (31 • No. Carolina (OT) W 79-77 



F19 (191 



• Clemson 



W 67-57 



Richmond 



F26 (121 



W 76-61 



L 59-68 



Ml (18 



• Wake Forest (OTl WB4-5B 



Ivl4 (181(121 •Virginia 



M9 (131 



Clemson ^ 



W 54-52 



M10(131I151 Vroinia^ 



Mil (131 (31 No Carolina = 



L 64-73 



M18(141 St. Joseph's' W 67-55 



M20(141 Syracuse' 



W 71-65 



M23(141 Jacksonville' 



W 91-77 



M25(141 



Niagara ' 



W1 00-89 



1 -Maryland InvitaDona' at (College Park. Md, (l^le 
Field House); 2-at Greensbono, N.C. (Greens- 
boro Coliseum); 3-ACC Tournament at Greens- 
boro. N.C (Greensboro Coliseum); 4-National 
Invitation Tournament at New Vorfc, N. Y. (Madi- 
son Square Garoen) 



1373-73 

Record; 23-7 H: 12-1 A: B-4 N 


3-2 


ACC: 7-5, 3a 


place, ACC Toumament Finalist 


Postseason: NCAA Elite Eight, AP No 8, UPI 
No. 10 


N29 (31 


Brown 


W127-B2 


02 (31 


at Richmond 


W B2-50 


09 (31 


at Canisius 


W107-80 


012 (31 


at Georgetown 


W 99-73 


022 (21 
029 (21 


George Washingcor 
(Seoroia Tech ' 


W BB-79 
W 90-55 


030 (21 


6yracuse ^ 


W 90-78 


J2 (21 


Kent 


W 78-58 


JB (21 


• at Clemson 


W 79-75 


J9 (21 


• Virginia 


W 93-74 


J14 (21 (3) 


• NC State 


L B5-B7 


J20 131 


at Navy 


W 76-67 


jaa (31 


• Wake Forest 


W 105-76 


J23 (41 


Long Island 


wiao-73 


J27 (41 (31 


• No. Carolina 


W 94-BB 


J31 (31 (21 


• at NC State 


L 78-89 


F3 (31 


• at Ouke 


LB1-85 


F8 (91 


at Fordham 


W 83-72 


F11 (91 


Buffalo 


W 93-84 


F14 (101 (61 


• at No. Carolina 


L 65-95 


F17 (101 


• Clemson 


W B9-BB 


F21 (81 


at Ouquesne 


W 81-71 


F24 (81 


•Ouke 


W 98-68 


F28 191 


• at Wake Forest 


L B0-B2 


M3 (91 


• at Virginia 


W 92-81 


MB (101 


Clemson ' 


W 77-61 


M9 1101 


Wake Forest = 


W 73-65 


MIOdOl (21 


NC State -' 


L 74-76 


Ml 5 181(141 


Syracuse ^ 


W 91-75 


Ml 7 181 (41 


Providence = 


LB9-103 


1 -Maryland InvteDonal at College FSrk. Md, (Cole 
Feld House); 2-ACC Tournament at Greenstoro, 
N.C (Greensboro Coliseum); 3-NCM East Re- 
gional at Charlotte, N.C. (CharlottB Coliseum) 


1373-74 

Record: 23-5 H: 12-1 A: 7-3 N:4-1 


ACC: 9-3, 2nd place (tie), 
ACC Tournament Finalist 


Postseason: AP No. 4, UPI No. 4 


01 141 (1! 


at UCLA 


L 64-65 


05 (41 


Eastern Kentucky 


W106-57 


011 141 


Georgetown 


W1 15-83 


021 121 


San Francisco ' 


W 7B-B0 


022 (21 


Santa Clara ' 


W 53-32 


029 121 


Holy Cross = 


W1 02-75 


030 (21 


Boston College = 


W 56-37 


J2 (31 


at Richmond 


W 9B-B0 


J5 (31 


• Clemson 


W 89-60 


J11 (3) 


• at Wake Forest 


W 72-59 


J13 (31 (41 


• at NC State 


L 74-80 


J17 (41 


Foroham 


W1 12-73 


J19 (41 


at Navy 


W 72-50 


J22 (51 


Canisius 


W BB-73 


J26 (51 (41 


• at No. Carolina 


L 73-82 


J30 (61 (21 


■ NC State 


L BD-BB 


F2 (61 


•Duke 


W104-B3 


FB (71 


• at Virginia 


W 88-81 


F9 (71 


George Washingtor 


3W 92-71 


F13 (61 (41 


■ No. Carolina 


W 91-90 



r^tmmiifland Men's Basketball 



FIB 


161 




• at Clemson 


W 56-54 


F20 


(51 




Ouquesne 


W 98-72 


F23 


(51 




■ at Ouke 


W 84-61 


F27 


(5) 




• Wake Forest 


W 77-88 


M2 


(51 




• Wrginia 


W1 10-75 


M7 


(41 




Ouke' 


W 85-88 


MB 


(41 


(61 


No. Carolina ' 


W105-85 


MB 


(4) 


111 


NC State (OT) ' 


L10O103 



1 -Cable Car Classic at Oakland. Calif, fOakland 
ColiseumJ; 2 -Maryland Invitational at College 
Park. Md. ICole Field House); 3-at Landover, 
Md, Capital CentreJ; 4'ACC Toumament at 
Greensboro. N C (Greensboro Cohseum) 



1374-75 

Record: 24-5 H: 12-2 A; 10-1 


N:2-a 


ACC 


10-a. ACC Regular Season 


Champion 


Postseason: NCAA Elite Eight. AP No 5. 
UPI No. 5 


NIB 


(41 


Richmond 


W1 06-61 


04 


(41 


• at Wake Forest 


W 99-78 


07 


(41 


Long Island 


W 99-84 


DID 


(51 


Georgetown ^ 


W1 04-71 


012 


(51 


DePauw 


W1 13-49 


021 


(51 


George Washington 'W 61 -67 


027 


(51 


Georgia Tech ^ 


W1 05-67 


028 


(51 (31 


UCLA = 


L 75-81 


ja 


(71 


Appalachian State 


W 96-50 


J4 


(71(191 


Notre Game 


W 90-B2 


JB 


(51 


•Ouke 


W 63-77 


J11 


(51(191 


• Wake Forest 


W 69-73 


J16 


(51 141 


•NC State 


W1 03-85 


JIB 


(51 


at Navy 


W 87-73 


J22 


(31 


• at Clemson 


L 62-83 


J25 


(31(141 


• No. Carolina 


L 66-69 


F1 


(81 121 


■ at NC State 


W 96-97 


F4 


(41 


• Virginia 


W 86-79 


F8 


(41 


at Fordham 


W 85-48 


FB 


(41 


• at Ouke 


W1 04-80 


F15 


(31 


• at No Carolina 


W 96-74 


F19 


(31 


• at Virginia 


W 70-51 


F23 


(31 


at Ouquesne 


W1 03-82 


F28 


(21(111 


• Clemson 


W 70-64 


M1 


(21 


E, Tennessee State W1 04-87 


MB 


(21 181 


NC State 3 


L 85-67 


M16 


(41 


Creighton ' 


W 83-79 


M20 


(41 191 


Notre Game = 


W 83-71 


M22 


(41 131 


Louisville ^ 


L 82-98 



1 -at Landover, Md, (Capital CentreJ; 2-Mary- 
iand Invitational at College Park, Md. (Cole Field 
House): 3-ACC Tournament at Greenstjoro, 
N.C. (Greensboro Cohseum); 4-NCAA Midwest 
Region First Round at Lubbock, Texas (Memo- 
rial Coliseum); 5-NCAA Midwest Regional at Las 
Cruces, N.M. (Pan Amencan Center) 



137S-7B 

Record: 22 6 H: 13-2 A: 6-3 N 


1-1 


ACC: 7-5, and olace loe) 


Postseason: AP No. 1 1 , UPI No. 


3 


N29 (31 


East Carolina 


W1 27-84 


03 (21 


DePauw 


W 89-42 


08 (21 


at Richmond 


W 98-71 


08 (21 


Boston University 


W1 22-82 


010 (21 


Georoia Tech 


W 93-85 


020 (2) 


Fordham 


wai-5B 


022 (21 


UNO Chartotte 


W 70-60 


029 (21 


Seton Hall ' 


W1 04-69 


030 (21 


Pnnceton ' 


W 86-59 


J3 (21 


Long Island 


W1 11-88 


J7 (21 


atGeo, Washingto 


1 W 82-72 


J10 (21 (71 


• at Wake Forest - 


L 93-98 


J14 (21(131 


> at NC State 


W 87-89 


J17 (21 


at Navy 


W 87-89 


jai (21 


• Clemson 


L 77-82 


Ja5 (31 (51 


• at No. Carolina (OTIL 93-95 


jaB (7) (81 


• NC State 


W1 02-84 


J31 (71(101 


at Notre Dame 


W B9-63 


F4 (51 


• at Virginia 


W 89-68 


F7 (51 


•Ouke 


W102-91 


F11 (41 (31 


• No, Carolina 


L 89-81 


F14 (41 


• at Clemson 


W 98-89 


FIB (71 


at Georgetown 


W 72-B3 


F21 (71 


• at Ouke 


L 87-69 


F25 (101 


■ Wake Forest 


W105-91 


F28 1101 


• Virginia 


W 61-73 


M4 (91 


Ouke (OTl = 


W 60-76 


M5 191 


Vrginia ^ 


L 65-73 


1 -Maryfand Invitational at College Park. Md (Cole 
Field House); 2-at Greensboro, N.C. (Greens- 
boro Coliseum); 3-ACC Tournament at 
Landover, Md, (Capital Centre) 



137B-77 

Record: 19-8 H: 15-4 A: 3-3 N 


1-1 


ACC: 7-5. 4th place 


N27 (Bl 


Notre Dame (OTl 


L 79-80 


N30116) 


Ball State 


W 88-70 


02 1161 


Long Island 


W 49-45 


04 (161 


Pnncetnn 


W 5B-45 


08 (171 


East Carolina 


W 60-69 


012(171(181 


DePaul 


W 93-74 


0181141 


Appalachian State 


W 76-74 


0221151 


Bucknell 


W1 08-73 


028(161 


Xavier ' 


WB4-74 


029(161(181 


Syracuse ' 


W 96-65 


J4 (151 


Richmond 


W 90-87 


J6 (151(101 


•Wake Forest (OTl 


L 65-86 


J9 (151 


•NC State 


W 87-80 


J15 (141 


Naw = 


W 63-54 


J19 (131 


• at Clemson 


L 71-93 


J22 (131 141 


• No. Carolina 


L 88-71 


J27 


• at NC State 


W 75-73 


J29 


George Washington 


L 78-88 


F2 


• Virginia 


W 82-87 


F5 


• at Ouke (GTl 


W 65-64 


F9 1141 


• at No. Carolina 


L 70-97 


F12 (151 


• Clemson 


W 84-78 


F15 


Pittsbunih 


W 88-75 


F19 


•Ouke 


W 85-72 


Faa 1111 


•at Wake Forest = 


W81-80 


Fa8 


• at Virginia 


L 68-77 


M3 


NC State ' 


L 72-82 



1 -MarVand Invitational at College Park . Md. (Cole 
Field House): 3-at Landover, Md. (Capital Cen- 
tre); 3-aC Greens&oro, N.C. (Greensboro Coli- 
seumJ; 4-ACC Toumament at Greensboro, N.C. 
[Greensboro Coliseum) 



1377-7B 

Record: 15-13 H; 10-4 A; 1-8 N: 4-1 


ACC; 3-9, 6th place 


N25(14I 


Bucknell 


W 95-B2 


N27(141 


Amencan ' 


W 78-85 


N38(141 


Georgetown ' 


W 91-87 


01 (141 


Penn State = 


W 69-60 


07 (121 


East Carolina 


wisoioe 


010(121 


at Geo. Washngtor 


L90-101 


017(181 


Long Island 


W 94-64 


D31 (201 


Army 


W 99-77 


028(141 


Western Kentucky 


W 91-78 


029(141 


Georgia Tech = 


W 85-83 


J4 (151 


• Ouke 


L 78-88 


J7 (151 


• at Wake Forest ' 


L 75-84 


J11 118! 


• at NC State 


L 82-88 


J14 


Air Force 


W 74-73 


JIB 


• Clemson 


W 90-75 


J21 (51 


• at No. Carolina 


L 71-85 


J25 


• NC State 


L 73-80 


J29 151 


at Notre Dame 


L 54-69 


F1 1111 


• at Vinjinia 


L 64-86 


F4 


UNLV 


W 81-88 


FB 171 


• No. Carolina 


L 84-88 


F11 


• at Clemson 


W 80-75 


F16 


at Pittsburoh (OT) 


L BB-B9 


F18 (201 


• at Duke 


L 70-61 


F22 


• Wake Forest 


W 91-69 


F25 


• Virginia 


L 70-79 


Ml 


NC State (30T] = 


W10g-1D8 


M2 1151 


Ouke = 


L 69-81 



1 -Tip (Jff Toumament at Landover. Md, (Capi- 
tal CentreJ; 2-at Hershey, Pa. (Hershey Park 
Arena); 3-Maryland Invita&onal at College Park. 
Md. (Cole Field House): 4-at Greensboro, N.C. 
(Greensboro Cohseum); 5-ACC Toumament at 
Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum) 



137B-79 

Record: 19-11 H: 12-4 A: 4-4 N: 3-3 


ACC: 6-6. 4th place 


Postseason: NIT Second Round 


N24 


Bucknell 


W1 07-97 


N281191 


Georoetown ' 


L 65-88 


02 1191 


at Air Force 


W 81-68 


04 1191 


at UNLV 


L 88-94 


07 1191 


Penn State = 


W 89-S1 


09 (191 


Biscayne 


W 8B-B0 


018 


East Carolina 


W 82-71 


020 141 


•NC State 


W124-11D 


023 


Canisius 


wiaaioa 


029 


St. Josephs IDTI ' 


W 62-58 


030 1201 


Southern California 


=W 63-79 


J3 (201 


George Washington 


W 64-72 


JB (201 


• Wake Forest 


L 60-66 


J10 (81 


• at NC State (20T1W 62-61 


J13 (121 


Louisville 


L 64-99 


J17 (191 


• at Clemson 


W 77-63 



L^ecscJG t=if CJomin^m 



All-Time Records 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

3002 National Champions 

Final Four ' 9001. 2002 

Sweet Sixteen < 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

WCM Appearances' 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's BasketbmOLl m J 




JSQ 119) 121 


' No. Carolina 


L 53-54 


J23 






Navy 


W 82-B2 


J27 




[11 


Notre Dame 


W 67-6B 


J31 


171 




• Virginia 


L B3-63 


F3 


171 131 


• at Duke 


L 7S-B7 


F7 




(61 


• at No. Carolina 


L B7-7B 


F10 






• Clemson 


W 77-B9 


F17 




151 


•Duke 


W 70-BB 


F19 






• at Wake Forest •■ 


W 54-53 


Fai 






• at Virginia 


L 72-75 


Ml 






Clemson ' 


W 75-B7 


M2 




[71 


No. Carolina = 


L79-1G2 


M7 






Rhode Island [30T1 


SWB7-B5 


M12 






Ohio State ^ 


L 72-79 



1-3C Landover, Md. (Capita) Certtre): 2-at 
Hershey. Pa. fHershey Pank ArenaJ; 3-Maryland 
InwtaCional at Colfege Park, Md. (Cole Field 
House); 4-ac GneensCoro, M.C- (Greensboro 
Co'iseumJ; 5-ACC Toumamenc at Greensboro. 
M.C. [Greensboro Coliseum}; B-Nationai Invita- 
tion Tourvamem at CoSege Park. Md. ICc^ field 
HouseJ 



1379-Ba 

Record; 24 7 Hi 1B-D A: 44 N: 4-3 


ACC; ■ ' -3, ACC Reqular Season Champion 


Postseason: NCAA Sweet Soiteen 

-?. \:. a 


APNo. B. 


N3D 


UMES 


W 82-58 


D3 


Penn State ' 


W 5B-55 


D4 [171 


Georgetown ^ 


L 71-83 


DB 


Brown 


W 72-59 


DID 


Catholic 


W1 13-79 


D19 


• Georgia Tech 


W 7D-BD 


D22 


Bucknell 


W 95-73 


D2B 


Miami-OH 3 


W115-7B 


D29 


Temple = 


W 85-B3 


J3 


• at Geomia Tech 


W 83-74 


J5 


• at Wake Forest 


W B4-7B 


J1D 


• at NC State 


L Ba-B7 


J12 


Pittsburgh 


W 95-88 


JIB (171 


•Clemson 


WB4-B3 


J2D 191 


• at No. Carolina 


W92-8B 


J23 [151 


• NC State 


W 88-82 


J2B [151 [Bl 


at Notre Dame 


L B3-B4 


J30 [121(131 


• at \^rginia 


W 83-81 


F2 [ia [51 


•Duke 


W1D1-B2 


F7 171(111 


• No. Carolina 


W 70-B9 


F9 (71(1 Bl 


• at Ctemson 


L 81-90 


F11 171 


Boston Unrarsity 


W 99-78 


F13 (81 


East Carolina 


W B5-72 


FIB (81116! 


• at Duke 


L 61-88 


F2D (91 


• Wake Forest 


W 83-77 


F23 191 


• Virginia 


W 82-71 


F2B 17! 


Georgia Tech (OTl 


W51-4g 


F29 171(171 


Clemson " 


wgi-85 


Ml [71 


Duke^ 


L 72-73 


MB 181 


Tennessee - 


W 86-75 


M14 181(111 


Georgetown "- 


L Bfl-74 



-T9SO-S-T 

Pecord; 21-10 H: 12-3 A: 5-5 Ni 4-2 


ACC; 3-B. 40- 


placs, ACC Tournament Finalist 


UPlNo. 11 


N28 (41 


Navy 


W 86-64 


D2 (41 


Amencan 


W 95-65 


D5 (41 


Wagner ' 


W 9B-73 


DB (41(191 


at Syracuse' 


W 83-73 


DID 141 


Fairteigh Dickinson 


W1 09-83 


D13 141 


at Ijjuisville 


L B7-7B 


020 19! 


•NC State 


W 82-75 


023 191 


• at Georgia Tech 


W 66-55 


029 191 


Marshall = 


W1 14-89 


DSD 191 


St. Joseph's ' 


W 74-57 


J3 (91 


William S Mar\ 


W B9-B4 


J7 IB11161 


• at No. Carolina 


L 88-75 


J1D IB! 


•Duke 


W 94-79 


J14 1101 


• Virginia 


L 64-66 


J17 1101112! 


• at Clemson IDTl 


W 66-62 


J20 1101 


UMES 


WB1-B5 


J24 11011131 


Notre Dame 


L 70-73 


J27 1141 


at Pittsburgh IDTl 


W 89-88 


J31 1141 


•Georgia Tech 


W 72-64 


F4 113! (81 


• at Wake Forest 


L 80-67 


F7 11 31 


• at Duke 


L 54-55 



F12 1191 


• Clemson 


W 72-70 


F15 119)1101 


• No. Carolina 


L 63-76 


F21 120) 151 


• Wake Forest 


W 94-80 


F25 (17! 


• at NC State 


W 76-72 


F28 (171 131 


• at Virginia 


L B3-74 


M5 1201 


Ouke = 


W 5B-53 


M6 1201 14) 


Vrginia = 


W 85-82 


M7 1201112) 


No, Cartilina = 


L BO-61 


M1211B1 


Tenn .-Chattanooga 


"WBI-BB 


M14I1B1 191 


Indiana ' 


L B4-99 



1-Carner Classic at Syracuse. N.Y. {Carner 
DomeJ; 2-MarVand inwcaDonai at College Park, 
Md. (Cole field HouseJ, 3-ACC Tournament at 
Landover, Md. (Capital Centre!; 4-NCM Mid- 
east Region first and Second Pound at Dayton, 
Ohio (Dayton ArenaJ 



1-at H&shey. Pa. (Hensbey Park Arena): 2-at 
Washington D.C. (Municipal MnoryJ; 3-Mary- 
/and InvrtaDonal at Codege Park, Md- (Cole Field 
House); 4-ACC Tournament at Greensboro. 
N.C (Greensboro ColiseumJ; 5-NCAA East Re- 
gion Second Pound at Greensbor^o, N.C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum}; 6-NCAA East Regional 
at Philadelphia. Pa. (Jhe Spectrum) 



1381 -as 

Record: 16-13 H: 13-3 A: 2-8 N: 1-2 


ACC: 


5-9. 5th 


place 




Postseason; NIT Second Round 


N27 




St. Peter's 


W 49-42 


N29 




Lafayette 


W B2-5B 


D2 




(jng Island 


W 87-79 


05 




George Mason 


W 74-82 


07 




UMES 


W 78-84 


D9 




Towson 


W 75-59 


012 




• at NC State 


L 53-74 


019 




Ohio University 


W 90-64 


023 




• Georgia Tech 


L 43-45 


D29 


1161 


at UCLA 


L 57-90 


J5 


111 


• No. Carolina 


L 50-66 


J9 




•at Duke 


W 40-38 


J12 


131 


• at Vrginia (OTl 


L 40-45 


JIB 




•Clemson 


W 62-57 


J20 




Canisius 


W 91-73 


J23 




at Notre Dame 


L 51-55 


J27 




at William S Mary 


W 50-43 


J30 




• at Georgia Tech 


L B3-B4 


F3 


1131 


• Wake Forest 


W 61-56 


FB 




■ Duke 


W 77-60 


F7 




Hofstra 


W 94-59 


F11 


121 


• at No. Carolina 


L 56-59 


F13 




• at Clemson 


L 68-75 


F20 




• at Wake Forest ' 


L 42-48 


Fa4 




• NC State 


L 38-52 


F27 


11! 


• Virginia (OTl 


W 47-46 


M5 




NC State = 


L 28-40 


M12 




Richmond ^ 


W 66-50 


M15 




Georgia = 


L B9-B3 


1-at Greensboro, N.C. (Gneansboro Coliseum). 
2-ACCToumament at Greensboro, N.C (Gneens- 
boTO Coliseuml: 3■^tel»^al Inwtaoon Tournament 
at IVew York, IV. Y. (Madison Square Garden) 


19BS-B3 

Record: 20 IQ H: 14-3 A; 5-4 N; 1-3 


ACC: 


B-B, 3rd place toe! 




Postseason: NCAA Becond Round 


N27 




Penn State ' 


L 79-97 


D1 




UMES 


W 91-70 


D4 




at Canisius 


W B7-BB 


OB 




St. Joseph's 


L 56-64 


Oil 




Duquesne 


W 85-84 


014 




Towson 


W 8B-5B 


023 


13! 


UCLA(2QT) 


W 80-79 


J3 




Amencan 


W 73-71 


J5 




William S Mary 


W 56-51 


JB 


141 


• Virginia 


L 64-83 


J12 


1111 


• at No. Carolina 


L 71-72 


J15 




•Duke 


L 67-BB 


J19 




• at Clemson 


W 80-81 


J22 




Notre Dame 


W 68-87 


J2B 




at Ho^ Cross = 


W 55-53 


J29 




•NC State 


W 8B-B1 


J31 




Navy 


W 96-73 


F2 




Old Dominion 


W B7-B7 


F5 




• Georgia Tech 


W77-6B 


F9 




• at Wake Forest ^ 


L 66-79 


F16 


131 


• No. Carolina 


W1 06-94 


F19 




• Clemson 


W 92-88 


F21 




• at Duke 


wioi-go 


F23 




• at Georgia Tech 


L B0-70 


F26 




• Wake Forest 


W 83-75 


M3 




• at NC State 


W 87-58 


M7 


(21 


• at Virginia 


LB1-B3 


Mil 




Georgia Tech lOT! 


L 5B-B4 


M17 


(151 


Tenn.-Chattanooga 


= W 52-51 


Ma2 


(11 


Houston 5 


L 50-60 



1-at Baftimore, Md, (Baltimore ArenaJ; 2-at 
Worcester, Mass. (Worcester CentrumJ; 3-at 
Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Col/seumJ; 4- 
ACC Tournament at Atlanta. Ga. (OmmJ; 5- 
NCAA first and Second Pound at Houston, 
Texas fRie SummitJ 



13B3B'^ 

Record: 24-8 H; 13-2 A; 6-4 N:5-2 


ACC;9-5.ar<l 


:^ace, ACC Tournament Champion 


Postseason; NCAA Sweet Sixteen, AP No. 1 1 , 

UPlNo ID 


N26 18) 


Johns Hopkins 


W1 08-65 


01 16) 


Ohio State ' 


L BB-72 


03 IB) 


Canisius 


W 77-55 


06 nil 


Penn State ' 


W 67-58 


0101111 


at Duquesne 


W 78-87 


014 191 


UMES 


W104-B9 


D24 IB! IB! 


Boston College 


W 89-76 


029 161 


Randolph Macon = 


W 58-52 


030 (61 


La Salle = 


W 96-83 


J4 (51(121 


■ at NC State 


W 59-55 


J7 151 


William S Mar> 


W 59-44 


J12 15! (11 


• No, Carolina 


L 62-74 


J14 (51 


• at Duke 


W 81-75 


J17 (7! 


• Clemson 


W 85-72 


J21 (7! 


at Old Dominion 


W 89-58 


J28 (51 


at Notre Dame 


L 47-52 


J31 (101 


• at Virginia 


W B7-BB 


F4 (10111B1 


•at George TaJiEOn L 70-71 


F8 (131(14! 


•W. Forest 120T1' 


L 67-90 


F11 1131 


• Duke 


LB4-89 


F13 113! 


Daynjn 


WB1-59 


FIB 


• at Clemson 130T1 


W BB-B5 


F19 11! 


• at No. Carolina 


L 63-78 


F23 


■ Georqa Tech 


W 79-74 


F2B 115! 


• Wake Forest 


W 90-79 


Fa9 1191 


■NC State 


W 63-50 


M4 1191 


• Virginia 


W 74-65 


M9 (141 


NC State = 


W B9-B3 


M101141[191 


Wake Forest ' 


W 66-64 


M11114)[1S1 


Duke = 


W 74-62 


M17I111 


West Virginia = 


W102-77 


M22111) (6) 


Illinois " 


L 70-72 



1-at East Rutherford, N.J. (Brendan Byrne 
AnenaJ; 2- at Hersbey, Pa. (Hershey Park ArenaJ; 
3-Maryand Invitsbonal at College Park, Md, (Cole 
field HouseJ; 4-at Greensbono, N C (Gre^is- 
boro ColiseumJ; 5-ACC Tournament at Greens- 
boro, N.C. (Greensboro ColseumJ; 6-NCAA Mid- 
east Region Second Round at Birmingham. Ala. 
(Birmingham ColiseumJ; 7-NCAA Mideast Re- 
gional at Lexington, Ky (Pupp ArenaJ 



13Ba-BS 

Record: ;=■; H; -4-2 A; 7-B N; 44 


ACC; = 5 -r 


: z- :e; 




Postseason: ^ 


CAA Sweet Sixteen 




N23 1191 


Kansas ' 


L 56-58 


N24 


at Ala. -Anchorage 


W 54-52 


N25 


Tennessee ' 


W 72-49 


01 


West Vrginia 


W 58-47 


05 


Cleveland State 


W 95-84 


DB 


at Alabama 


W 59-54 


011 


Ohio State 


W 76-73 


013 


UMES 


W 87-48 


022 


at Loyola IMd.l 


W 81-74 


025 


Iowa lOTl ' 


W 7B-68 


027 


at Hawaii ' 


W 79-71 


02B 1101 


Georgia Tech '' 


L 69-70 


J2 1191117! 


• NC State 


W 58-56 


J5 119! 


at Dayton 


L 83-87 


J9 151 


• at No. Carolina 


L 74-75 


J14 12! 


• Duke lOTl 


W 78-76 


J16 


• Clemson 


W 94-94 


J19 


atUNLV 


L 76-79 


J21 


Holy Cross 


W 99-75 


J26 


Notre Dame 


W 77-65 


J27 1141 


Villanova 


W 77-74 


J30I17! 


• Virginia 


W 71-58 


F2 117! (Bl 


• Georgia Tech 


L 60-72 


F4 (171 


Old Dominion 


W 87-75 


F6 (201 


• at Wake Forest 


W B4-B2 


F9 (20! (5) 


• at Duke 


L 62-70 


F13 (201113! 


• No. Carolina 


L 54-60 


F17 1201 


• at Clemson 


L B4-71 


F19 1201 181 


• at Georgia Tech 


L 43-48 


F21 


Towson 


W 91-36 


F24 


• Wake Forest 


W 69-68 


F27 11B1 


• at NC State 


W 71-70 


M3 


• at Virginia 


W 60-55 


MB 171 


Duke 3 


L 73-88 


M15 


Miami-OH (DTI ' 


W 89-68 


M17 


Navy" 


W 64-59 


M22 


Villanova = 


L 43-46 



138S8B 

Record; 19-14 H; 10-5 A; 8-7 N; 3-2 


ACC; B-a. Bt^ 


place 




Postseason; NCAA Second Round 


N23119 




Northeastern 


W 84-72 


N2B117 




at George Mason 


WB1-BD 


N30117 




at Ohio State 


L BB-7B 


03 




Fairleigh Dickinson 


W 74-51 


05 




Wlliam fi Many 


W 77-48 


07 


1141 


UNLV 


L61-64 


012 




at West Wrginia 


W 42-41 


013 




Towson 


W 91-59 


021 




Alabama 


W B0-5B 


028 




Stanford ' 


W 67-85 


029 




at Hawaii-Pacific ' 


W 92-85 


J4 




• Duke 


L 75-81 


J7 




Randolph Macon 


W 74-50 


J11 




• at Georgia Tech 


L 67-66 


J14 


111 


• No. Carolina 


L 67-71 


Jig 




• at Virginia 


L 49-70 


J23 




•NC State 


L 55-67 


J25 


12! 


• at Duke 


L 68-80 


J2B 




• Wake Forest 


W 77-55 


Fl 




at Villanova 


L B2-B4 


F3 


1141 


at Notre Dame 


L 82-69 


F8 




• Clemson 


W 78-69 


F13 


1171 


• at NC State 


W 67-66 


F15 




• at Clemson 


L 60-70 


F17 




UMES 


W 91-44 


F20 


11) 


■ at No. Carolina (OTIW 77-72 


F22 


15! 


• Georgia Tech 


L 70-77 


F26 




• at Wake Forest = 


W 59-48 


Ml 




• Vlrgina 


W 87-72 


M7 


141 


No. Carolina = 


W B5-75 


MS 


(Bl 


Georgia Tech = 


L 62-64 


M14 




Pepperdine ' 


W 69-64 


M1B 


[111 


UNLV 


L 64-70 



1 -Hawaii-Pacific Tournament at Wailuku, Hawaii 
(War Memorial ColseumJ; 2-at Greensboro, N.C. 
(Greensboro CtoliseumJ; 3-ACC Tournament at 
Gneensbopo, N.C. [Greensboro ColiseumJ; 4- 
NCAA first and Second Round at Long Beach, 
Calif. [Jong Beach Arena} 



Bob Wade 




3 Seasons 

13BBB7 to 

1988-89 

Rec.: 36-50 

Conf.: 7-35 



1383-87 

Record: 9-17 H: B-B A; 1-8 N: 0-1 


ACC: 0-14. 8th 


027 




Winthrop 


W 78-58 


029 




Fairleigh Dickinson 


W 70-59 


031 




Notre Dame 


L 50-63 


J3 


(191 


• at NC State 


L 47-69 


J5 




Towson 


W 79-71 


jg 


(31 


• at No. Carolina 


L 65-99 


J10 




• Vrgmia 


L 64-71 


J14 


(141 


•Duke 


LB1-B5 


J17 


112! 


• at Clemson 


L 64-72 


J19 




Bucknell 


W 77-88 


J21 




West Virginia 


W 85-82 


J24 




at Old Dominion 


L 73-87 


J2g 




at James Madison 


W 90-7B 


Fl 




• at Georgia Tech 


L 72-76 


F2 




• at Wake Forest 


L 5B-69 


F4 


(121 


• Clemson 


L 79-BQ 


F7 


(161 


• at Duke 


L B7-7B 


FID 




• Georgia Tech 


L 74-78 


F14 


131 


• No. Carolina 


L aB-93 


FIB 




Central Ronda 


W 73-55 


FIB 




UMBO 


W78-B4 


F22 




• Wake Forest 


L 68-75 


F25 




• NC State 


L 72-85 


F27 




UMES 


W1 17-51 


Ml 




• at \^rginia 


L 77-82 


MB 


(21 


No. Carolina ' 


L 83-82 


1-ACC Tournament at Landover, Md. (Capital 
Centre) 



1 -Great Alaska Shootout at Anchorage. AJaska 
(Sullivan ArenaJ; 2-Rainbow Classic at Honolulu, 
Hawaii (Blaisdell CenterJ; 3-ACC Tournament at 
At/anta, Ga, (OmmJ; 4-NCAA Southeast Region 
fiirst and Second Pound at Dayton, Ohio (Day- 
ton ArenaJ; 5-NCAA Southeast Regional at Bir- 
mmgham, Ala. (Birmingham Coliseum] 



1387-88 

Record: IB- 13 H: B-4 A: 6-7 N; 4-2 


ACC; 6-8, 5th place 


Postseason: NCAA Becond Round 


N27 




Loyola (Md! ■ 


W 74-60 


N2B 




Mississipp ' 


W77-B9 


03 




Winthrop 


W 65-52 


05 




at West Virgina 


L 49-75 


08 




at Mount 9t. Man/ 


3 W 92-54 


010 




East (Proline 


W 75-59 


012 




at Louisiana State 


L 54-55 


028 




South Carolina 


W 82-77 


D30 




Arkansas 


W BB-B1 


J2 




• Wake Forest 


W 93-78 


JB 




at Missouri 


L 85-93 


J9 




• Clemson 


W 68-53 


J14 


(21 


• No. Carolina 


L 65-71 


JIB 


(7! 


• at Duke 


W 72-B9 


J20 




• at Viroinia 


L 72-84 


J27 




• NC State 


L 81-83 


F2 




at Notre Dame 


W 78-75 


FB 




at Old Dominion 


W70-B5 


F8 




• Georoia Tech 


L 83-96 


F10 




• at Clemson 


W 70-66 


F13 


(Bl 


•Duke 


L 83-90 


F17 




• at Georgia Tech 


LB2-104 


F20 


(51 


• at No. Carolina 


L 73-74 


F25 




UMES 


W101-51 


F27 




• at Wake Forest ' 


W 70-65 


M3 


(IB! 


• at NC State 


L Ba-74 


M5 




• Virginia 


WB9-B3 


Mil 


(IB! 


Georgia Tech = 


W 84-67 


M12 


(91 


No- Carolina = 


L 84-74 


M18 




UC Santa Barbara 


' W 99-92 


M20 


161 


Kentucky ■■ 


L 81-90 



1 -MCI Harbor Classic at Batomore. Md- (Sato- 
more ArenaJ; 2-at Greensboro. N.C. (Greens- 
boro Coliseum); 3-ACC Tournament at Greens- 
boro, N.C- (Greensboro Coliseum); 4-NCAA 
First and Second Round at Cincinnati. Ohio 
(Riverfront ColiseumJ 



1388-89 

Record; 9-20 H; 5-9 A; 0-10 N; 4-1 


ACC; 


1-13, Bth place 




N25 




Texas Christian ' 


W 74-67 


N2B 




Georgia State ' 


W 63-82 


01 




UMES 


W 97-53 


05 




at South Carolina 


L 51-57 


07 




Moroan State 


W 73-61 


DID 




at Arkansas 


L 69-73 


D13 




Monmouth 


W 74-70 


027 




West Virginia 


L 61-59 


029 




Lamar = 


W 74-65 


D30 




at Texas-El Peso - 


L 51-69 


J2 




Louisiana State 


L 77-79 


J4 




• at Wake Forest 


L 80-70 


J7 




• at Clemson 


L 58-75 


J11 


(8! 


• at No. Carolina 


L 72-88 


J14 


(11 


■ Duke 


L 72-82 


J17 




• Virginia (OTl 


L 58-84 


J24 


(51 


Missouri 


L 73-87 


J29 


(151 


NC State 


LB7-90 


Fl 




UMBO 


W7B-B6 


F4 




• at Georgia Tech 


L 74-87 


F7 




• Clemson 


W 98-87 


F11 


1141 


• at Duke 


LBO-86 


F14 




• Georgia Tech 


LBB-B7 


Fig 


(8! 


• No. Carolina 


L75-8B 


F25 




• Wake Forest 


LSI -75 


M2 


(201 


• at NC State 


L 77-94 


M5 




• at Viroinia 


L 59-86 


MID 


(17! 


NC Stated 


W 71-49 


Mil 


(91 


No Carolina = 


L56-sa 


1 -Freedom Bowl Classic at Inine. Calif (Sren 
Events Center); 2-Sun Bowl Tournament at B 
Raso, Texas (Special Events Center); 3-ACC 
Tournament at ABanta, Ga. (OmnJ 



All-Time Records 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four '2001, 2002 

Sweet Sixteen ' 1394, 1935. 1998, 1999, 2001. 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances ' 1994, 1995, 199B. 1997. 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 

9 



Gary Williams 




14 Seasons 

1989-90 to 

Present 

Bee; 295-153 

Conf.: 125-95 


,A 





T3B3aO 

Record: 19 14 H: 12-4 A; 3-B N; 4-4 


ACCi 6-8, 5th place (tel 


Postseason; NIT Second Round 


NS5 




Delaware StatE 


W 87-53 


N27 




Auqusta Colleqe 


W105-74 


D1 




South Carolina ' 


L 51-52 


D2 




Army ^ 


W 78-60 


D4 




Connecticut ' 


L 65-87 


D8 




Jacksonville 


W 68-53 


Dig 




Coppin State 


L 63-7D 


D2g 




George Mason ^ 


W104-86 


D23 




E, Tennessee State W 91 -08 


D24 




Sacramento State 


= W 98-68 


D3D 




Atom State 


W1 10-91 


J4 




• Wake Forest 


W 88-82 


J6 




' at Clemson 


L 77-82 


J10 




■ No. Carolina 


W 98-88 


J13 


[1D1 


• at Duke 


L 80-91 


J17 




• at \^rginia 


W 74-72 


J20 




Boston University " 


L 61-65 


J23 




South Florida 


W 84-66 


J27 




• at NC State 


L 61-81 


J29 




Virfltnia Tech 


W 89-80 


F3 


[171 


• Georgia Tech 


L 84-90 


F7 




• Clemson 


L 73-75 


FID 


[41 


• Duke [OTl 


L111-114 


F13 


[131 


• at Georgia Tech 


L 78-80 


F17 




• at No. Carolina 


W 80-76 


F19 




at So. Califarnia 


W B4-B2 


F22 




UMBC 


W113-B1 


F24 




• at Wake Forest 


L 74-84 


F28 




• NC State 


W 96-95 


M3 




• Virginia 


W 89-74 


m 


[121 


Duke* 


L84-104 


M15 




Massachusetts ^ 


W 91-81 


M19 




at Penn State ' 


L 78-80 



1 -Central FideliCy Classic at Richmond, Va. 
fflobbins CenterJ; 2-ACDBig East Challenge, 
Hartford at Conn, (Hartford Owe CencerJ; 3- 
Chamlnade ChnsCmas Classic at Honolulu, Ha- 
waii fBlaisdell CenterJ; 4-at Boston, Mass, fSos- 
ton GardenJ; 5-ACC Tournament at Charlotte, 
f^.C. (Charlotte Coliseum]; 6-NaDonal Invita&on 
Tournament at College Park, Md, fCole field 
House): 7-MatiDnal Invitation Tournament at 
State College, Pa. [Recreation BuJ/dingJ 



1990-31 

Record: IB 12 H: 11-3 A: 3-8 Ni 2-1 


ACC: 5-9, 7t 


place 




N26 




Towson 


W 93-89 


N28 




Southern California 


W 72-59 


01 




at West Virginia 


L 85-90 


03 




Boston College ' 


LB5-100 


08 




at Jacksonville 


L 70-71 


Oil 




UCIhvine 


W 93-79 


D22 




Lafayette 


W 64-48 


027 




Rutgers' 


W BB-B1 


D29 


1121 


South Carolina = 


W 7B-B9 


J2 




•at Wake Forest 


L 82-74 


J5 




• Clemson 


W 81-65 


J7 




UMBC 


W 92-66 


jg 


[51 


• at No, Carolina 


L73-1D5 


J12 


[141 


•Duke 


L 78-94 


J16 


[141 


• Virginia 


L 62-76 


Jig 




at South Florida 


W 87-81 


J22 




Boston University 


W 85-59 


J2B 




•NC State 


W104-100 


J2g 




American 


W 72-69 


F1 


[231 


• at Georgia Tech 


L 85-80 


FB 




• at Clemson 


L 69-73 


F9 


[61 


• at Duke 


L81-101 


F13 




• Georgia Tech 


w g6-g3 


F16 


[81 


• No, Carolina 


L 75-87 


F19 




at Wrginia Tech 


W B2-B7 


F23 




• Wake Forest 


W BB-7B 


F27 




• at NC StatE 


L31-114 


M2 


(251 


• at Virginia [OTl 


W 7B-74 


1-ACOBiB East Challenge at Richmond, Va. 
(Richmond Coliseum),' S-ECAC Holiday Festival 
at Mew york, N.Y (Madison Sguare Garden) 



-7 991 -92 

Record: 14-15 H: 1D-5 A: 2-7 N: 2-3 


ACC: 5-11. 8th place 


N23 Mount St. Mary's 


W 83-53 


N2B UMES 


W1 15-60 


N30 Amencan 


W 93-68 


04 Providence ' 


W 7B-6B 


07 West Virginia 


W101-91 


DID at Louisville 


L 79-96 


D21 Towson 


W 83-76 


023 Rider 


W 83-69 


028 Rutgers' 


L 79-95 


030 Evansville ' 


L 64-75 



J5 


1151 


' at Geortiia Tech 


L 67-92 


J8 


[11 


■Duke 


L 66-83 


J11 




■ at NC State 


L 88-94 


J13 


[141 


• at No. Carolina 


L 78-96 


J18 




■ Florida State (OTl 


L 83-91 


J22 




• Wake Forest 


L 76-86 


J25 




• Clemson 


W 84-71 


J29 




•at Virginia 


L 75-82 


F5 




• at Florida State 


W 93-85 


F9 


[241 


• Georgia Tech 


L 85-67 


F13 




• NC State 


W 77-74 


F20 


[11 


• at Duke 


L 89-91 


F22 




• at Clemson 


L 70-82 


F25 




UNO Greensboro 


W 84-55 


Ml 


[101 


• No. Carolina 


W 82-80 


M5 




• at Wake Forest 


W 77-86 


M7 




• Virginia 


L 74-76 



MB 



DIemson ^ 



W 81-75 



M9 



(11 Duke 3 



L 87-94 



l-ACDBig East Challenge at Hartford. Conn, 
(Hartford Owe CentEr); 2-Fiesca Bowi Classic 
at Tucson. Am IMcKate Center),- 3-ACC Tour- 
nament at Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte CoJiseumJ 

199S-93 

Record: 12-16 H; B-7 A;2-B N: 2-1 



ACC: 2-14, 8th place 



01 



UMBC 



W1 03-80 



05 



at West Virginia L 72-86 



UMES 



W 94-B3 



Amencan 



W 98-67 



012 



at La Salle 



W 93-76 



Towson 



W 78-BB 



026 



Morgan State W1 03-63 



Louisville 



W 72-67 



J2 




Howard 


W1 09-69 


J5 


(101 


• Georgia Tech 


L 75-85 


J9 


(Bl 


• at No, Carolina 


L73-101 


J13 




• at Florida State 


LBS 105 


JIB 




• Wake Forest 


L 73-86 


J19 




Oklahoma ' 


W 89-78 


J23 




• at NC State 


W 70-65 


J2B 




• at Clemson 


L 72-82 


J30 


[71 


•Duke 


L B2-7B 


F4 


1241 


• Virginia 


L BB-70 


F6 


[221 


' at Georgia Tech 


L 79-93 


F9 


e 


• No. Carolina 


L 63-77 


F13 


[101 


• Florida State 


L 84-87 


F17 


1101 


• at Wake Forest 


L B4-BB 


F24 




• NC State 


W BB-71 


F27 




• Clemson 


L 73-81 


M3 


IB) 


• at Duke 


L 79-95 


M6 




• at Virginia 


L 74-88 



Mil 


NC State' 


W 76-55 


M12 (11 


No. Carolina ' 


L66-1D2 


1-at Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Arena); 2-ACC 
Tournament at Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coli- 
seum) 


7993-94 

Record: 18-12 H: 10-3 A: 4-6 N; 4-3 


ACC: 8-8, 4tl- 


place Itiel 




Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen. 
USA Today/CNN No, 1 1 


N28 [151 


at Georgetown (OTl 'W 84-83 


N27 


Cornell 


W 92-41 


N30 


Rider 


W 93-79 


D2 


UM8C 


W 89-80 


04 


Morgan State 


W 85-82 


07 


Oklahoma' 


L 85-88 


023 


Towson ^ 


W109-71 


028 


Hofstra ' 


W 93-67 


029 191 


Massachusetts ^ 


L 80-94 


J4 1121 


• at Georgia Tech 


W 91-88 


JB [21 


• No. Carolina 


L 70-75 


J11 


• Florida State 


W 80-74 


J15 


• at Wake Forest 


W 61-58 


J22 (251 


• NC State 


W1 02-70 


J26 11B1 


• Clemson 


W 73-53 


J29 t1BI (21 


• at Duke 


L 62-75 


F2 (211 


• at Virginia 


L 66-73 



F5 (211 


• Georgia Tech 


L 71-83 


FID 


(11 


• at No Carolina 


L 89-95 


F12 




• at Florida State 


W B9-BB 


F16 




• Wake Forest 


W 81-58 


F19 




Loyola (Md.l 


W 94-71 


F23 




• at NC State 


L 71-79 


F26 




• at Clemson 


L 67-73 


M2 


(21 


•Duke 


L 69-73 


M5 




• Virginia 


W 70-BB 


Mil 




Virginia ^ 


L 63-69 


M17 


(241 


St. Louis ^ 


W 74-BB 


M19 


lai 


Massachusetts = 


W 95-87 


M25 


1111 


Michigan ' 


L 71-78 



1-at Landover. Md, Capital CentreJ; 2-at Okla- 
homa City, Qkla. Cfhe Myriad): 3-dt Baltimore, 
Md. (Baltimore Arena]; 4-Hall of Fame Classic 
at Springfield, Mass, (Spnngfield Civic Center]; 
5-ACC Tournament at Charlotte. N.C. (Char- 
lotte Coliseum]; 6-IVCAA Midwest Region First 
and Second Rounds at Wichita, Kan. (Kansas 
ColiseumJ; 7-NCAA Midwest Regional at Dallas. 
Texas (Reunion ArenaJ 



133a-9S 

Record: 25-B H: 16-0 A: 4-4 N: 6-4 


ACC: 1 2-4, ACC Regular Season Co-Champion 


Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen, AP No, 1 0, 
USA Today/CNN No. 1 1 


N21 [71 


Chaminade ' 


W 95-87 


N22 (71 


Utah' 


W 90-78 


N23 (71 


Anzona State ' 


L 90-97 


N29[111 


Loyola (Md.l 


W 92-62 


03 (111 


Bucknell 


W1 02-64 


05 (111 


UMBC 


W1 02-77 


08 (111 


Colgate 


W1 13-53 


010(111 [51 


Massachusetts ' 


L 74-85 


012(121 


Towson 


W1 20-73 


023(111 


Morgan State 


W1 38-72 


027 (91 


La Salle 


W 98-80 



030 


(91 


American 


W 98-77 


J4 


(71124] 


• Georgia Tech 


W 80-67 


J7 


(71 111 


• at No. Carolina 


LSD- 100 


J10 


(91 


• at Flonda State 


W 70-57 


J14 


[9K141 


• Wake FofEst 


W 78-66 


J22 


(81 


• at NC State 


W 84-87 


J25 


(81 


• at Clemson 


W 56-51 


J2B 


(81 


•Duke 


W 74-72 


F1 


(511151 


• Virginia 


W 71-62 


F4 


(51(211 


• at Georgia Tech 


L91-10D 


F7 


(81 (11 


• No. Carolina 


W 88-73 


F11 


(81 


• Flonda State 


W 80-65 


F15 


(711141 


• at Wake Forest 


L 54-63 


F19 


171 


Cincinnati ' 


W 74-72 


F22 


(71 


• NC State 


W 84-71 


F25 


(71 


• Clemson 


W 84-88 


Ml 


(61 


• at Duke 


W 94-92 


M5 


(6M13I 


• at Virginia 


L 67-92 



Ml 0(1 01 


Flonda State ' 


W 71-64 


Mil (101 (41 


No. Carolina (DTI ' 


L 32-97 


MIOtlOl 


Gonzaga = 


W 87-83 


M18(101 


Texas ^ 


W 82-88 



Mg3I1Ql [81 Connecticut^ LS9-99 
t-Maui Invitational at Lahama. Hawaii (Lahaina 
Civic Center): 3-at Baltimore, Md, (Baltimore 
Arena]; 3-aC San Antonio, Texas (AlamodomeJ; 
^■ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum]; 5-NCAA West Region 
First and Second Round at Salt Lake City. Utah 
(Jon Huntsman CenterJ; S-NCAA West Regional 
at Oakland. Calif. (Oakland Coliseum] 



7995-96 

Record: 1713 H:11-3 A: 3-5 N: 3-5 


ACC: E a 


4th 


place Itiel 




Postseason: NCAA First Round 


N24 1141 


(11 


Kentucky ' 


L 84-96 


N27119) 




Towson ' 


W 70-67 


02 (131 


(51 


Massachusetts = 


L 47-50 


03 (191 




Geortie Washington 


* 98-81 


06 (201 




Howard 


W 88-71 


09 (201 




UCLA" 


L 63-73 


013 




Rider 


W 83-67 


023 




Amencan 


W104-79 


028 




UMES 


W1 04-88 


J3 




• at Georgia Tech 


L 84-98 


JB 


1B1 


• No. Carolina (DTI 


L 86-88 


J13 


181 


• at Wake Forest 


L 64-77 


J17 




Delaware State 


W1 18-55 


J20 




• NC State (OTl 


W 77-74 


J24 


181 


• Clemson 


W 65-60 


J2B 




• at Duke 


L 73-83 


F1 




• at Virginia 


W 80-72 


F3 


251 


• (jeorgia Tech 


W 8B-74 


F6 


121 


• at No. Carolina 


W 84-78 



d Msn's Basketball 



F10 




• at Flonda State 


L78-100 


F15 


(81 


• Wake Forest 


L 7B-B5 


FIB 




Missoun 


W 91-72 


F22 




• at NC State 


W B6-B4 


F24 




• at Clemson 


L 61-68 


F2B 




• Duke 


L 75-77 


M2 




• Vrginia 


W 83-71 


M4 




• Florida State 


W 88-78 


MB 




Duke' 


W 82-89 


M9 


(181 


Georgia Tech = 


L 79-84 


M15 




Santa Clara ' 


L 79-91 



1-Hall of Fame Tip-Off Classic at Springfield, 
Mass. (Spnngfield Civic Center): 2-at Baltimore. 
Md. (Baltimore Arena]; 3-Franklin National Bank 
Classic at Landover, Md, (USAir Arena]; d-John 
Wooden Classic at Anaheim, Calif. [Arrowhead 
Pond of Anaheim): 5-ACC Tournament at 
Greensboro, f\J,C, (Greensboro Coliseum]; 6- 
NCAA West Region First Round at Tempe, Anz. 
[Special Events Center) _^__^^^ 

■133B-37 

Record: 2 1 ■ 1 1 J<:^ 1 1 -3 A; 5-4 N: 5-4 

ACC: 9-7,"4 th place Itie) 



Postseason: NCAA First Round, AP No. 22 
N26 Howard W 93-55 



N30 



Towson State 



W 93-76 



Chicago State W 94-44 



04 



UMBC 



W 87-31 



(ilalifornia ' 



W 80-64 



George Washington 'W 74-68 
Georgia Tech W 77-63 



021 (251 Amencan 



W81-74 



023(21) LafayettE 



027(211 Pnsburgh' 



W10B-S7 



0281211 at Hawaii 



W 88-83 



0301131 Georgia (OTl' 



W 76-59 



L 65-73 



Virginia 



W 78-62 



JB (191(131 at No. Carolina W 85-75 



J15 (111 (31 Clemson 



L 63-67 



J19 (111 (21 atWakeForest W54-51 



J21 (71 Pennsylvania^ 



W1 03-73 



J26 (711101 Duke 



W 74-70 



J29 (51 



F1 (51 (21 Wake Forest 



3-74 



F5 (71 NC StatE 



W 6B-55 



F8 (71(101 at Clemson 



F13 (101 Florida State 



W 73-57 



F15 (101 



Massachusetts " 



L 61-78 



F1 9 (1 41 at Georgia Tech W 7B-BB 



F22 (1411121 No. Carolina 



L 81-93 



F27 (161 171 at Duke 



M2 (161 at Virginia 



L 74-B1 



M7 (221(131 Clemson' 



MB (221 NC State' 



L 5B-B5 



M 1 3 (2211 1 Bl College of Charleston 'LB8-75 
1 -Franklin (National Bank Classic at Landover. 
Md. (USAir Arena), 2-Rainbow Classic at Hono- 
lulu, Hawe/i tBlaisdetl Center); 3-at BalDmore, 
Md. (Baltimore Arenal: 4-3t Worcester, l^ss. 
(Worcester Centrum); 5-ACC Tournament at 
Greensboro, N.C (Greensboro Coliseum!: 6- 
NCAA Southeast Region First Round at Mem- 
phis, Tenn. (The Pyramid! 



T337-9a 

Record: 21 11 H: 12-2 A: 3-5 N: 6-4 


ACC: 10-6, 3rd place 


Postseason: NCAA Sweet SixtEen, AP No. 20, 
USA TodayflMABC No. 22 


N14 (71 


South Carolina lOTl 


' L 72-76 


NIB 


Fairleigh Dickinson 


W81-70 


N22 


Mount St. Mary's 


W1 02-74 


N25 (241 


Florida International W1 17-70 


04 (231(171 


• at Clemson (OTl 


L B5-7B 


07 (231 (21 


Kansas ' 


W 86-83 


D8 (191 


George Washington 


'L8B-70 


013(191 


UMBC 


W104-B6 


D22 (201 


UNC Asheville 


W1 10-52 


D27 (201 


UNC Wilmington 


W 74-36 


030 (201 


at Missoun 


L 79-83 


J3 (201 (31 


•Duke 


L72-104 


J7 (131 


• Flonda State 


W 81-74 


J10 


• at NC State 


W 68-65 


J14 111 


• No. Carolina (OTl 


W 89-83 


J17 


• at Wake Forest 


L 60-72 


J21 


• at Georgia Tech 


W 70-67 


J24 (231 


• Clemson 


W 74-69 


J29 (231 (11 


• at Duke 


L 59-86 


F1 (231 


• Virginia 


W 77-70 


F7 (251 


• at Florida State 


W 68-62 


F11 (241 


•NC State 


W 78-63 


F14 (241 (11 


• at No. Caralina 


L 67-85 



F19 (251 


• Wake Forest 


L 79-83 


F21 (251 


• Georgia Tech 


W 81-69 


F24 


• at Virginia 


W 74-B6 


F2B (241 


Temple = 


W 83-BB 


M6 (201 


Georgia Tech " 


W 83-65 


M7 (201 (1) 


No. Carolina (OTl ' 


L 73-B3 


Ml 2 (20! 


Utah State' 


W B2-6B 


Ml 4 1201(221 


Illinois ' 


W67B1 


Ml 9 1201 (41 


Anzona ' 


L 79-87 



1 -Slaclc Coaches Association Classic at Minne- 
apolis, Minn. [Target (Center): 8-Franklin National 
Bank Classic at Washington. D. C. [MCI Center): 
3-at Baltimore. Md. (Satomore Arena); 4-ACC 
Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro 
Coliseum]; 5-NCAA West Region First and Sec- 
ond Round at Sacramento, Calif. (Arco Arena): 
S-MCAA West Regional at Anaheim. Calif. [Ar- 
rowhead Pond of Anaheim] 



7998-99 

Record: as G H: 13-1 A; 7-3 N: 8-2 


ACC 


eason; ^ 
Today/N 


nd place 




Post 

USA 


CAA Sweet Sixteen, AP No. 5, 
ASC No. B 


N14 


161 


Western Carolina 


W1 13-46 


N17 


(61 


UMBC 


W 90-62 


N20 


(61 


Hofstra 


W 89-59 


N23 


(51 


Ouquesne 


W81-47 


N2B 


(51 


at AU Puerto Rico 


' W 82-32 


N27 


(51(101 


UCLA' 


W 70-54 


N2B 


(51 


Pittsburgh ' 


W 87-52 


03 


(21 


Wake Forest 


W 92-69 


06 


(21 (51 


Stanfort' 


W B2-80 


07 


(21 


OePaul' 


W 92-75 


012 


(21 (51 


at Kentucky 


L91-103 


019 


(51 


Pnnceton ' 


WB1-5B 


023 


151 


North Texas 


W 132-57 


027 


(51 


South Caralina StateW104-70 


J3 


(41 (21 


•Duke 


LB4-B2 


J7 


151 


• at Virginia 


W71-BB 


J10 


(51 


• NC State 


W 94-48 


J13 


(51 (91 


• at No Carolina 


W 89-7B 


J19 


(41 


• at Geon^ia Tech 


W 77-62 


J24 


(41 


• at Clemson IGTI 


W 81-78 


J27 


(41 


• Flonda State 


W1 07-87 


J31 


(41 


• at Wake Forest 


L 72-85 


F3 


(71 (21 


• at Duke 


L 77-95 


F6 


(71 


• Virginia 


W 88-72 


F10 


(71 


• at NC StatE 


W 63-50 


F13 


(71(121 


• No. Carolina 


W81-64 


F21 


(51 


• Georgia Tech 


W91-B0 


F24 


(51 


• Clemson 


W 77-BO 


F27 


(51 


• at Florida State 


W 84-75 


M5 


(51 


Florida State ' 


W 93-B9 


M6 


(511151 


No. Caralina '' 


L 79-8B 


Mil 


(51 


Valparaiso ' 


W 82-60 


M13 


(51 


Creighton ' 


W 75-63 


M18 


(51 191 


St. John's ' 


L 62-76 



1-Puerto Rico Shootout at Bayamon, P.P. 
[Eugenic Guerra Sports Complex]; 2-BSfiT Clas- 
sic at Washington, D,C- IMCI Center); 3-at Bal- 
timore. Md, (Baltimore Arena]; 4-ACC Tourna- 
ment at Greensboro. N.C. [Greensboro Coli- 
seum): 5- NCAA South Region First and Sec- 
ond Rounds at Orlando, Fla. [Orlando Arena); 
B-NCAA South Regional at Knoxville. Tenn. (7h- 
ompson-Bolmg Arena) 

1333-aa 

Record: 25-10 H: 15-1 A: 4-5 N:6-4 
ACC; 11-5, 2nd place, ACC Tournament Finalist 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round, AP No. 1 7, 
USA TodaygSPN No 25 



N17 



San Francisco ' 



W 71-61 



N19 



Tulane ' 



W 78-70 



N22(241 Fairleigh Dickinson W1 04-45 



N24 1241(1 11 Kentucky' 



L 58-61 



N2B (241 Notre Dame ' 



W 72-B7 



N30 (241 



04 1241(161 Illinois' 



W B9-B7 



05 124) George Washington " L E 



1-74 



07 1211 WinthraplOT) W 7B-B5 



Oil 1211(231 Kentucky 



W 72-BB 



027 1141 Geor^;e Mason W B9-BB 



030 1141 



UMBC 



W 82-52 



J2 1141 Coastal Carolina W100-48 



JB 1121 



• at NC Slate 



L 66-68 



J9 (121 (81 •Duke 



L 70-80 



J15 1181 • at Georgia Tech L 68-69 



J19 1241 



•Wake Forest W 71-53 



J22 (241 



Clemson 



W 74-62 



•at No. Carolina L 63-75 



J29 1221 



• at Florida StatE W 82-83 



• Virtjinia 



W 91-79 



lUecr^gf^ t=Bf EDt=tminam 



PJJ&Ji.lfJ--JJJJfWB 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 
Final Four '2001, 2002 
Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1999, 1999, 2001. 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1396. 1997, 1999, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 



Maryland Men's Basketbmttl^ m J 




FB [251 


•NC State 


W 78-73 


F9 [231 131 


• at Duke 


W 98-87 


F13 1231[191 


at Temple 


L 65-73 


FIB (221 


• Georgia Tech 


W 92-70 


F19 (221 


• at Wake Forest 


W 73-67 


F22 [191 


• at Clemson 


W 7B-B3 


F26 1191 


• No. Carolina 


W 81-73 


M^ (171 


■ Flonda State 


W 85-70 


M4 (171 


■ at Virflinia (DTI 


L 87-89 


MID (201 


Flonda State ' 


W 82-61 


lv;i 1(201 


NC State 5 


W B4-B1 


I«I12(201 (31 


Duke = 


L 68-81 


MIBdTl 


lona = 


W 74-59 


(vl1B[17] 


UCUV" 


L70-105 



1 -Preseason NIT at College Park. Md. ICole Field 
House); 2-Preseason NIT at New York. N.Y. 
(Madison Square Garden); 3-ACCag Ten Chal- 
lenge at Baltimore, Md. fSalDmore Arena); 4- 
BBST Classic at Washington, DC. (MO Cen- 
ter); 5-ACC Tournament at Charlotte, N.C 
fChartotle Coliseum); 6-NCAA /Midwest Region 
First and Second Hound at /vJinneapolis, Minn. 
(HHH Metrodome) 



3000-01 

Record: 25 11 Hi 11-3 A; B-3 N; 8-5 


ACC: 10-B 


3rd place 




Postseason: NCAA National Semifinatist, 
AP No 1 1 , USA Today/ESPN No 4 


N2G 161 


Louisville ^ 


W 95-73 


N21 (61 [81 lllms' 


L 80-90 


N22 (61 


Dayton' 


L 71-77 


N29 (131(231 at Wisconsin MDTl 


L 75-78 


02 (131 


Ivlichigan = 


W 82-51 


03 (131 


George Wasliinqton 


=W 71-63 


D6 (191 


Stony Brook 


W1 07-59 


09 (191 


at Pennsylvania 


W B7-B1 


013(201 


UIVIBC 


W 93-67 


023 (201 


[Norfolk State 


W1 23-79 


027(181 


Ctiicano State 


W1 17-55 


030(181 


UMES 


W1 05-53 



J2 (171 


• at Clemson 


W1 04-92 


J6 (171 


• Georqia Tech 


W 93-80 


J10 (141 (91 


• No. Orolina 


L 83-86 


J14 (141 


• at Flonda State 


W 76-55 


J17 (1211101 


■ Wake Forest 


WB1-71 


J21 (121 


•at NO State 


W 75-61 


J27 (81 (21 


• Duke (DT) 


L 96-98 


J31 (91(111 


• at Virginia 


L 78-99 


F4 (91 


' Clemson 


W 69-54 


FB (131 


• at Georgia Tech 


L 62-72 


FID (131 (11 


• at No. Carolina 


L 82-96 


F14 (171 


• Flonda State 


L 71-74 


F17 (171(231 


• at Wake Forest 


W 73-57 


F20 (201 


• NC State 


W 95-BB 


F24 (201(161 


Oklahoma 


W 68-60 


F27 (161 (21 


• at Duke 


W 91-80 


IV13 (1B1 (71 


■ Virginia 


W102-B7 



M9 (111(221 Wake Forest' 



IvIIDdll (31 Duke' 



W 71-53 



L Bg-84 



M15(11l George (vlason = WB3-80 
IVI17111I Georgia State '^ W 79-60 
Mg2 [111(211 Georgetown 1 W 76-66 



(yt24[11] (21 Stanford" 



W 87-73 



Iv131[11] (11 Duke" 



L 84-95 



1 -Maul Invitational at Lahaw. Hawaii ILahana 
Civic Center); P-ACOBig Ten Challenge at Mil- 
waukee. Wise. (Bradley Center); 3-BBST Clas- 
sic at Washington. D.C (MCI Center); 4-ACC 
Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. fGeongia Dome); 5- 
NCAA IVest flegion First and Second Pound at 
Boise, Idaho (BSU Pavilion); 6-NCAA West Re- 
gional at Anaheim. Calif. (Arrowhead Pond of 
Anaheim); 7-NCAA Final Four at Minneapolis, 
Minn. (HHH Metrodome) 



soon 

Record: 32-4 


oa 

H:15-a A: 7-2 N 


10-2 


ACC 


15-1. ACC Regular Season 


:hampion 


Postseason: NCAA National Champion, AP No. 
4, USA Today/ESPN No. 1 


NB 


[21 


Anzona ' 


L 67-71 


N9 


121(161 


Temple ' 


W 82-74 


N17 


(21 


American 


W 83-53 


N24 


(61 


Delaware State 


W 77-53 


N27 


(51 (21 


Illinois = 


W 76-63 


D2 


(5) 


Pnnceton ^ 


W61-53 


D3 


(31 


Connecticut ^ 


W 77-65 


D3 


(31 


Detroit 


W 79-54 


Oil 


(31 


(vlonmouth 


W91-55 


021 


(21(221 


at Oklahoma 


L 56-72 


027 


(81 


William S Ivtan/ 


W1 03-75 


D30 


(81 


• at NC State 


W 72-65 


J3 


(81 


Norfolk State 


W 92-B9 



J9 


(41 


• No. Carolina 


W1 12-79 


J13 


(41 


• at Georgia Tech 


W 92-87 


J17 


(31 (11 


• at Duke 


L 78-99 


J2D 


(31 


• Clemson 


W 99-90 


J23 


(3)(211 


• at Wake Forest 


W 85-B3 


J26 


(31 


• Florida State 


W 84-63 


J31 


(31 181 


• at Virginia 


W91-B7 


F3 


(31 


•NC State 


W 89-73 


FID 


(31 


• at No. Carolina 


W 92-77 


F13 


131 


• Georgia Tech 


W 85-65 


F17 


131 (11 


■Duke 


W 87-73 


F20 


(21 


• at Clemson 


W B4-BB 


F24 


(21(201 


• Wake Forest 


W 90-89 


F27 


[21 


• at Flonda State 


W 96-63 


(y(3 


[21 


• Virginia 


W1 12-92 


IvIB 


[21 


Florida 3tate ' 


W 85 5S 


I«t9 


[21 


NC State * 


L 82 86 


|y|15 


141 


Stena = 


W 85-70 


[yl17 


(41 


Wsconsn = 


W 87-57 


Iv122 


[41(161 


Kentucky s 


W 78-6B 


Iyl24 


[41(101 


Connecticut ' 


W 90-82 


M3D 


(41 (21 


Kansas ' 


W 97-88 


A1 


[41 


Indiana ^ 


W 64-52 



1-Coaches vs. Cancer IKON Classic at New 
York. N.Y. (Madison Square Garden); B-ACO 
Big Ten Challenge at College Park, Md. (Cole 
Field House); 3-BSST Dasac at Washington. 
D.C. (MCI Center); 4-ACC Tournament at Char- 
lotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum); 5-NCAA East 
Region First and Second Round at Washington. 
D.C. (MCI Center); 6-NCAA East Regional at 
Syracuse, NY (CamerDome); 7-NCAA Final 
Four at Atlanta, Ga. IGeorgia Dome) 



S00S.03 

Record: 21-10 H: 14-2 A: 4-4 N: 3-4 


ACC: 11-5. T-2nd place 


Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen, AP No. 1 7, 
USA TodayESPN No. 10 


N121121 


fvliami (Ohiol 


W 64-49 


N271111 


The Citadel 


W 97-49 


N301111 


DuQuesne 


W 89-39 


D3 191(101 


Indiana' (OTl 


L 74-80 


07 (91 


vs. Notre Dame ' 


L 67-79 


08 191 


vs. G. Washington 


W 93-B2 


0141181(141 


Florida 


L 64-69 


D23 1231 


UMBO 


W101-60 


D29 1231 


• Georgia Tech 


W 84-77 


J4 1221 


Wagner 


W 79-57 


JB 1211 


Hampton 


W108-5B 


J11 1211 


• Florida State 


W 89-62 


J15 11711191 


• at Wake Forest 


L 72-81 


JIB [171 111 


• Duke 


W 87-72 


J22 1121 


• at North Carolina 


W 81-66 


J25 (121 


• at Clemson 


W 52-47 


J30 (101 


• NC State 


W 75-60 


F2 1101 


Loyola (Md.l 


W 85-58 


FB (81 


• Virginia 


L 7B-8B 


F9 (81 


• at Georgia Tech 


L 84-90 


F12 [161 


• at Flonda State 


W 74-72 


F17 [131(101 


• Wake Forest 


W 90-67 


F19 [131 [81 


• at Duke 


L 70-75 


F22 [131 


• Nortfi Carolina 


W 96-56 


F25 [141 


• Clemson 


W 31-52 


M2 (141 


• at NC State 


W 68-65 


M9 (131 


•atVrginia 


L 7S80 


IVI14(141 


vs. North Carolina 


L 72-84 


IV121 (171 


vs. UNC Wilminqtor 


'W 75-73 


lv123(171[12] 


vs. Xavier ' 


W 77-64 


IVI2B[171 


vs. (vlichiqan State 


= L 58-60 



1-4C0Big Ten Challenge at Indianapolis. Ind. 
[Conseco Fieldhousel 2-BB&T Classic at Wash- 
ington, D.C. IMO Center). 3-ACC Tournament 
at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum), 4- 
NCAA South Region First and Second Round 
at Nashville. Tenn. IGaylord Entertainment Cen- 
ter), 5-NCAA South Regional at San Antonio, 
Texas (Alamodome) 



Sen 


ies R 


ec 


:ord 


ICO 


Opponent lEPl 


Record 


Opponent (GPJ 


Becord 


Opponent IGPl 


flecord 


Air Force 121 


2-0 


Hawaii 12) 


2-0 


Pennsylvania 115) 


3-12 


Alabama (3) 


3-0 


Hawaii-Pacific 11 1 


1-0 


Penn Military Academy 11) 


0-1 


Alaska 11) 


1-0 


Hofstra 13) 


3-0 


Pepperdinell) 


1-0 


Alcorn StatE ill 


1-0 


Holy Cross 14) 


4-0 


Pittsburgh (6) 


5-1 


Annericanl11l 


10-1 


Houston 12) 


1-1 


Princeton 17) 


5-2 


AU-PueitoRicot1) 


1-0 


Howard 13) 


3-D 


Providence 12) 


1-1 


Appalachian Stats (2) 


2-0 


Illinois (5) 


3-2 


Randolph Macon 141 


3-1 


Arizona 13) 


0-3 


Indiana 16) 


1-5 


Rhode Island 12) 


2-0 


Anzona StBt^ 12) 


1-1 


lonall) 


1-0 


Richmond 139) 


25-14 


Arkansas 12) 


1-1 


Iowa (21 


2-0 


Rider (3) 


3-0 


Army Ml 


3-1 


Jacksonville (31 


2-1 


Rutgers (61 


3-3 


AuflustaColleciedl 


1-0 


James Madison 111 


1-0 


Sacramento State (11 


1-D 


Ball State 11) 


1-0 


Johns Hopkins 1191 


15-4 


St, Francis IPa.) 11) 


1-D 


Baltimore Crt;v 131 


2-1 


Kansas (51 


2-3 


St. John's 114) 


8-6 


BiscavneColleqell) 


1-0 


Kansas State (11 


1-0 


St, Joseph's (3) 


3-1 


Boston College 141 


3-1 


Kentuckv 11 3) 


5-8 


St. Louis 11) 


1-0 


Boston University 13) 


2-1 


Kentucky Weslevan 11) 


1-0 


St. Peter's 11) 


1-0 


Brown 13) 


3-D 


Kent State 11) 


1-0 


San Francisco 121 


2-0 


Bucknell 181 


6-0 


Lafayette 14) 


4-0 


Santa Clara 121 


1-1 


Buffalo 14) 


4-0 


Ijmardl 


1-0 


Setnn Hall 131 


2-1 


California 11) 


1-0 


La Salle (31 


3-0 


Siena 11) 


1-0 


California-Irvine (1 1 


1-0 


Lehiqh 111 


1-0 


South Carolina 157) 


31-26 


California-Santa Barbara 11 ) 1-0 


Long Island 171 


7-0 


South Carolina State 111 


1-0 


Canisius 17) 


7-0 


Louisiana State 141 


2-2 


South Florida 12) 


2-0 


Catholic 122) 


12-10 


Louisville 17) 


2-5 


Southern California (USD) 13) 3-0 


Central Flonda 11) 


1-0 


Loyola IMd.) (131 


8-5 


Southern Illinois 111 


1-0 


ChaminadeMl 


1-0 


Maine (11 


1-0 


Stanford 131 


3-0 


Colleqe of Charleston 111 


0-1 


Manhattan 111 


1-0 


Staunton Military Academy (11 0-1 


Chicago State 12) 


2-0 


Marshall (21 


2-0 


Stevens Institute 151 


4-1 


Citv College of New York 12) 1-1 


Md.-Balt, County 1UM8C1 11 31 13-0 


Stony Brook 111 


1-0 


Cincinnati (21 


2-0 


Md.-Eastem Shore lUMES) 1141 14-0 


Syracuse 151 


5-0 


The Citadel 131 


3-0 


Massachusetts 161 


2-4 


Tampa 12) 


2-0 


Clemson 1124) 


82-42 


Memphis State (21 


0-2 


Temple (61 


3-3 


Cleveland State (11 


1-0 


Miami IFIa.l 161 


3-3 


Tennessee (31 


2-1 


Coastal Carolina 11) 


1-0 


Miami lOhiol 13) 


3-0 


Tennessee-Chattanooga 121 


2-0 


Columbia 121 


2-0 


Michigan 151 


2-3 


Texas-El Paso 121 


2-0 


Connecticut 141 
Coppin State 111 


2-2 

0-1 


Michigan State 121 
Minnesota 12) 


0-2 
2-0 


Texas (11 


1-0 


Texas Christian 11) 


1-0 


Cornell 11) 


1-0 


Mississippi 12) 


1-1 


Texas Tech (1) 


1-D 


Creighton (21 


2-0 


Mississippi State 13) 


0-3 


Towson(121 


12-0 


Davidson 121 


1-1 


Missouri (4) 


1-3 


Tuianelll 


1-0 


Davton 14) 


2-2 


Monmouth IN.J.) (2) 


2-0 


Tulsa 11) 


1-0 


Delaware 13) 


2-1 


Montana State 111 


1-0 


UCLA 17) 


2-5 


Delaware College (11 


0-1 


Morgan State 141 


4-0 


Utahd) 


1-0 


Delaware State 13) 


3-0 


Mount Saint Joseph 13) 


1-2 


Utah State 11) 


1-0 


DePaul 12) 


2-0 


Mount Saint Mary's 131 


3-0 


Valparaiso 111 


1-0 


DePauw 12) 


2-0 


Navy (561 


30-26 


Vanderbitlll 


1-0 


Detroit ID 


1-0 


Nevada-Las Vegas lUNLV) (5) 1 -4 


Villanova 131 


1-2 


Duke 11 52) 


55-97 


New Mexico ASM 11) 


0-1 


Virginia 11 581 


95-83 


Duquesne (81 


8-0 


New York University 12) 


0-2 


Virginia Military Institute (49)39-10 


East Carolina (61 


6-0 


Niagara 11) 


1-0 


Virginia Tech 125) 


22-3 


Eastern Kentuckv 911 


1-0 


Norfolk State 111 


1-0 


Wagner (2) 


2-0 


East Tennessee State 121 


2-0 


North Carolina 1160) 


52-108 


Wake Forest 1107) 


58-51 


Evansville 121 


1-1 


UNCAshevillelD 


1-0 


Washington Colleqe 115) 


12-3 


Fairleigh Dickinson 151 


5-0 


UNC Charlotte 111 


1-0 


WashinqtonSLee(511 


27-24 


Florida 12) 


0-2 


UNC Greensboro (11 


1-0 


West Virginia (351 


15-20 


Florida International 11) 


1-0 


UNC Wilmington 12) 


2-0 


Western Carolina 111 


1-0 


Florida State 128) 


22-B 


NC State 1133) 


65-68 


Western Kentucky 121 


2-0 


Fordham (81 


7-1 


Northeastern 11) 


1-0 


Western Maryland 191 


9-0 


Gallaudetl141 


7-7 


Northwestern 111 


1-0 


Wichita 111 


1-0 


George Mason 151 


5-0 


North Texas 11) 


1-0 


Williams Mary 11 51 


15-0 


George Washington 162) 


35-27 


Notre Dame 11 7) 


8-9 


Winthrop 13) 


3-0 , 


Georgetown 161) 


36-25 


Old Dominion 151 


4-1 


Wisconsin 141 


1-3 


Georqia 16) 


2-4 


Ohio State 15) 


3-2 


Wyoming (11 


1-0 


Georqia State 12) 


2-0 


Ohio University (1) 


1-0 


Xavier 121 


2-0 


Georgia Tech 159) 


28-31 


Oklahoma 14) 


2-2 


Yale 11) 


1-D . 


Gonzaqall) 


1-0 


Oklahoma State 11) 


1-0 




i 


Hampton (11 


1-0 


Penn State (16) 


e-8 




^^^^ 



All-Time Records 



^•7- 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four •2001, 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 19S4, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



^tS>^yr ... 
nd Men's Basketball 




Mesults 



Air Force 

Maryland leads, B-O 

M4-7S H W 74-73 
1g-g-7B AW B1-6B 



Alabama 

Maryland leads, 3 -Q 

g-ge-gS N1 W 27-51 
1g-B-B4 A W 59-54 



1S-g1-85 H W BD-5B 
1-Sd. Conf roumament at Menta. 
Ga 

Alaska- Anchorage 

Maryland laada, 1-Q 

11-g4-B4 N1 W 54-5g 
1 -Great Alaska Shootout at 
flnc/iorsge, Alaska fSuliivan Arena) 

Alcorn State 

Marylan d leads, 1-0 

12-30-89" H W 110-91 



American 

Maryland leads, 10-1 

19g6-g7 A L 16-g1 

11-g7-77 N1W 7B-B5 

1g-g-80 H W 95-65 

1-3-83 H W 73-71 

1-gg-91 H W 7g-69 

11-3D-91 H W 93-68 

1g-1D-9g H W 98-67 

1g-30-g4 H W 98-77 

1g-g3-95 H W 104-79 

ig-g1-96 H W 81-74 

11-17-01 H W 83-53 

1-Tip Off Tournament at Landover, 
Ma. fCapitaJ Centrel 

AU of Puerto 
Rico 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

11-26-98 A1 W 8g-3g 
1-Puefto Rico SfioocouC at Bayamon, 
PR fEuge^jQ Guerrg Sports CampleiO 

Appalachian 
State 

Maryland leads, g-Q 

1-g-75 H W 96-50 
1g- 18-76 H W 76-74 



Arizona 

Maryland trails, 0-3 

1g-27-63 N1 L 54-57 
3-19-98 Ngi 79-87 
11-G-D1 N3 L 67-71 



VEvansvitle Holiday Tournament 
(Roberts Stadium), 2-NCAA 
Tournament at Anaheim, Caiil 
lArrowhead Pond of AnaheimJ, 3- 
Coaches vs. C^cer IKON Classic at 
New York. NY. IMadiSOn Square 
Garden} 



Arizona State 

The series is tied, 1-1 


12-30-53 


N1W 


B5-5D 


11-93-94 


N2L 


30-37 


l-AIMmer,can City Tournament at 
Direnstoro, Ky.,2-Mau( In vitaDonal at 
Lsha/na, Hawaii (Lahaina Dwc Center) 


Arkansas 

The series is tied, 


1-1 


12-30-87 


H W 


8B-61 


12-10-88 


A L 


BB-73 


Army 

Maryland trails, 4.8 


1-7-39 


A L 


25-45 


2-18-42 


A L 


32-44 


2-6-43 


A L 


40-44 


3-1-44 


A I 


22-85 




c 



2-28-45 A L 34-54 
2-27-48 A L 25-52 
g.g4-47 A W 57-54 
1-31-48 A L 44-48 
12-29-68 Ml W 57-54 
12-19-89 H2L 54-69 
12-21-77 H W 99-77 
12-2-89 N3W 7B-6D 
1 -Cfariotte Invitational at Charlotte. 
WC. ICnartotte Coliseum), 2-MarvIand 
InwcaDona/ at College Park Md. (Cole 
Field House); 3-Central Fidelity Classic 
at Richmond Va. inobbins Center) 

Augusta Catlegg 

Maryland leads, 1-Q 

11-27-89 H W 105-74 

Bainbridge Navy 

Maryland trails, O-g 

12-21-43 H L 20-52 
1-34-44 A L 25-7B 



Ball Stats 

Maryland taads, 1-0 

11-30-76 H W BB-70 



Baltimara City 
College 

Maryland leads, S-1 

2-21-14 H L 

1-21-36 H W 55-33 
1-4-36 A W 50-32 



Biscayne 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-9-78 H W 86-60 

Boston College 

Maryland leads, 3-1 

3-11 -58 N1 W 86-83 
12-30-73""h2W 56-37 
12-24-63 H W 89-76 

12-3-90 'N3L 65-100 
VNCAA Tournament at iMe^v fork 
City, N.Y, [Madison Square Gardens); 
2-Mary)and Inwtadonal at College Park 
Md. (Cole fieB House), 3-4CCBi9 East 
Challenge at Hichmond. Va (Richmond 
Coliseum) 



California 

Merylen d ieeds, 1-Q 

12-6-96 " N1 W 6( 



-64 



Boston University 

Marvland leads, 3-1 


12-8-75 


H W 


122-82 


2-11 -80 


H W 


99-78 


1-20-90 


N1 L 


61 -65 


1-22-91 


H W 


85-59 


1 -at Boston Mass (Boston Garden; 


Bra\A/n 

Merylend leads, 3-0 


12-1-71 


H W 


100-83 


11-29-72 


H W 


127-82 


12-8-79 


H W 


72-59 


BucfcnsH 

Merylend leads, 6-0 


12-22-76 


H W 


10B-72 


11-25-77 


H W 


95-82 


11-24-78 


H W 


107-97 


12-22-79 


H W 


95-73 


1-19-87 


H W 


77-68 


12-3-94 


H W 


102-64 


Buffalo 

Maryland 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 


33-84 



l-Fran^'n National Bank Classic at 
(jndover, Md. lUSAir Arena) 

Canisfus 

Merylend Ieeds, 7-0 

12-17-71 H W 68-77 

12-9-72 H W 107-80 

1-22-74 H W 88-73 

12-23-78 H W 128-103 

1 -20-82 H W 91-73 

12-4-82 A W 67-66 

12-3-83 H W 77-55 



Carroll Institute 

Meryland trails, 0-1 



1904-05 



Catholic 

Maryland leads, 18-10 

1910-11 H W 35-30 
1-14-14 A L 



1-31-14 H L 



1-25-19 M L 7-25 

3-3-19 N1 L 12-14 

1923-24 H L 13-30 

H L 14-20 

1924-25 A W 16 - 14 

H W 2;^'7 

1-11-30 H W 37-30 

2-8-31 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 

2-12-35 A L 29-45 

2-15-36 H L 29-40 

2-12-38 H W 49-33 

2-20-39 A W 40-36 

2-17-40 H W 46-31 

1-29-44 H W 33-31 

2-8-44 A L 33-53 

12-10-79 H W 113-79 

1 at IVsshington mCA 

Central Florida 

Marvland leads, 1-0 

2-16-87 H W 73-55 



Chaminade 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

11-21-94 N1 W 95-67 

l-Waui Inwtaoonal at Ljhama. Ha^vaii 
(Lehaina Civic Center) 



Chicago State 

Merylend leads, B-O 

12-2-96 H W 94-44 
12-27-00 H W 117-55 



CCNY 

The series is tied, 1-1 

1924-25 H W 22-16 
12-31-41 A L 40-57 



C/nCfnnatf 

Maryland leads, B-i 

2-2-49 A1 L 33-70 
12-30-54 N2W 78-61 
2-19-95 N3W 74-72 



1-at Cincinnati. Ohio (Music Hall). 2- 
All-American City Tournament St 
Owensboro. Ky : 3-at San Ahtonio. 
Texas (diamodome) 

The Citadel 

Merylend leads, 3-0 

3-4-38 N1 W 45-43 
2-28-47 H W 52-40 
11-27-02 H W 97-49 

1-So. Conf. Tournament at Raleigh. 
N C (Reynolds Coliseum) 



Clemson 

Maryland leads, BS-4S 


12-15-36 


H W 


45-35 


3-4-39 


N1 L 


27-39 


1-1-40 


H W 


53-28 


1-27-40 


A L 


30-48 


12-19-40 


H L 


34-48 


1-10-48 


H W 


49-42 


2-23-48 


A W 


63-61 


12-18-48 


H W 


74-50 


2-20-49 


A L 


49-68 


12-16-49 


H L 


55-80 


2-25-50 


A L 


88-70 


2-3-51 


A L 


44-50 


2-19-51 


H W 


54-50(011 


3-1-51 


Ml W 


50-48 


12-4-53 


A W 


81-41 


1-6-54 


H W 


79-54 


3-4-54 


N2W 


75-59 


1-8-55 


A W 


71-63 


2-15-55 


H W 


88-66 


1-7-56 


A W 


71-63 


2-14-58 


H W 


81-69 


1-4-57 


A W 


59-52 


2-25-57 


H W 


74-65 


1-4-58 


A L 


68-73 


2-13-58 


H W 


72-54 


1-10-59 


A L 


46-55 


2-18-59 


H W 


77-58 


2-15-60 


H W 


70-55 


2-28-60 


A W 


BB-59iaOTl 


2-10-61 


A L 


59-76 


2-25-61 


H W 


82-80 IGTl 


3-2-61 


N2W 


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 


H W 


69-67 


12-16-63 


H W 


58-48 


2-28-64 


A L 


68-83 


3-5-64 


N2L 


67-81 


1-6-65 


A W 


B7-B5I20T1 


2-26-85 


H W 


88-71 


3-4-85 


N2W 


61-50 


1-29-86 


A L 


68-71 


2-26-66 


H L 


69-81 


1-16-87 


H W 


68-48 


2-25-67 


A L 


61-65 


1 -15-88 


A L 


93-9412071 


2-24-68 


H W 


81-68 


1-13-69 


H W 


83-78 


2-22-69 


A W 


84-83 


1-12-70 


A W 


75-88 


2-23-70 


H W 


103-85 


1-11-71 


H W 


56-52 


2-23-71 


A L 


45-51 (DTI 


1-8-72 


A L 


61-63 


2-19-72 


H W 


67-57 


3-9-72 


N3W 


54-52 


1-6-73 


A W 


79-75 


2-17-73 


H W 


69-66 


3-8-73 


N3W 


77-61 


1-5-74 


H W 


89-60 


2-18-74 


A W 


56-54 


1-22-75 


A L 


62-83 


2-28-75 


H W 


70-64 


1-21-76 


H L 


77-82 


2-14-76 


A W 


98-89 


1-19-77 


A L 


71-93 


2-12-77 


H W 


64-78 


1-16-76 


H W 


90-75 


2-11-76 


A W 


90-75 


1-17-79 


A W 


77-63 


2-10-79 


H W 


77-69 


3-1-79 


NOW 


75-67 


1-16-80 


H W 


84-83 


2-9-80 


A L 


81-90 


2-29-60 


N3W 


91-85 


1-17-81 


A W 


68-62 IDTl 


2-12-81 


H W 


72-70 


1-16-62 


H W 


62-57 



2-13-82 


A L 


86-75 


1-19-83 


A W 


80-81 


2-19-83 


H W 


92-88 


1-17-84 


H W 


85-72 


2-18-84 


A W 


B6-B5(30T1 


1-16-85 


H W 


94-84 


2-17-85 


A L 


64-71 


2-8-86 


H W 


78-69 


2-15-86 


A L 


60-70 


1-17-87 


A L 


64-72 


2-4-87 


H L 


79-60 


1-9-88 


H W 


68-53 


2-10-88 


A W 


70-66 


1-7-89 


A L 


58-75 


2-7-89 


H W 


98-87 


1-6-90 


A L 


77-82 


2-7-90 


H L 


73-75 


1-5-91 


H W 


81-65 


2-6-91 


A L 


69-73 


1 -25-92 


H W 


84-71 


2-22-92 


A L 


70-62 


3-8-92 


N4W 


81-75 


1-26-93 


A L 


72-62 


2-27-93 


H L 


73-61 


1-26-94 


H W 


73-53 


2-26-94 


A L 


67-73 


1-25-95 


A W 


56-51 


2-25-95 


H W 


84-88 


1-24-96 


H W 


65-60 


2-24-96 


A L 


61-68 


1-15-97 


H L 


63-67 


2-8-97 


A L 


66-80 


3-7-97 


N3W 


76-61 


12-4-97 


A L 


65-78 (OTl 


1-24-98 


H W 


74-89 


1-24-99 


A W 


81 -79 [OTl 


2-24-99 


H W 


77-60 


1-22-00 


H W 


74-62 


2-22-DO 


A W 


76-63 


1-2-01 


A W 


104-92 


2-4-D1 


H W 


69-54 


1-20-02 


H W 


99-90 


2-20-02 


A W 


64-66 


1-25-03 


A W 


52-47 


2-25-03 


H W 


91-52 



1-So Conf Tournament at Rafeigfi, 
N C (Reynolds Coliseum!, 2ACC 
Tournament at Raleigh, N C, (Reynolds 
CofiseumJ; 3-ACC Tournament at 
Greensboro. N.C. IGreer^sboro 
Coliseum); 4-ACC Tournament at 
C^aHotte, N C tCharlotte Coliseum! 

ACC SERIES 
PROFILE 

Tarps at Hom e! 48-9 

T^ps at CoIb Field H ouse! 40-7 

Tepp e at Comcast Centsr! 1 -0 

Terps on the Road: 2^ 2 1 

Terp s at Neut ral Sites: 'Z-3 
TergLI!™* 1953 '54: 7B-34 

Last 10 Games: ;M 

Current Streak; JM^adh '\_\ 

UngestUM Win Streak: ' i :wics 
Limge st CU Wm Str eak: 



UrgBBt Win Margin: 4D[B1-41 on 

Dec. 4. 1953i 

Lar^t Loss Margin: 22 (93-71 

on Jan. 19. 19 77) 

Most UM Points Scored! 1Q4 
Most CU Points ScOTfldi 94 



Cleveland State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-5-84 H W 95-64 

Coastal Carolina 

Maryland leada, 1-Q 

1-g-OG H W 100-48 

Co/gate 

Maryland taads, 1-0 

12-8-94 H W 113-53 



College of 
Charleston 

Maryland trails, 0-1 

3-13-97 N1 L BS-75 
1-NCAA Tournament at Memphis. 
Tenn, tThe Pyramid! 

Columbia 

Maryland leads, S-0 

1924-25 A W 54-23 
12-2B-83 N1W 82-78 
1-Evansville Holiday Tournament 
ffloberts Stadium) 



Connecticut 

Maryland trails, S-3 

2-15-41 H L 43-52 
12-4-89 N1 L 65-87 
3-23-95 N2 L 89-99 
12-3-01 N3W 77-65 
3-24-02 N4W 90-82 
I -ACQBg East Challenge at Hartford. 
Conn (Hartford Civic Center), P-NCW 
Tournament at Oai land. Calif {Oakland 
Coliseum), 3-SSfiT Classic at 
Washington. D C (MCI Center!; 4- 
NCAA East Regional at Syracuse, N Y 
ICarner Dome) 



Coppin State 

Maryland trails, 0-1 _ 



Delaw/are State 

Maryland laadS i 3-0 

1 1 -25-89 " H W 87-53 



12-12-E 



H L 63-70 



Cornell 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

11-27-93 H W 92-41 

Creighton 

Maryland leads, g-O 

3-18-75 N1 W 83-79 
3-13-99 N2W 75-S3 

I -NCAA Tournament at Lubbock, 
Texas (Memonal Coliseum),' 2-NCAA 
Tournament at Ortando, Fla. (Orlando 
Arena! 



Davidson 

Maryland leads, 6-3 

12-1S-38 H W 44-27 

12-18-47 H W 59-59 

3-4-48 N1 L 51-59 

1-4-49 NSL 49-52 

2-18-50 H W 64-61 

2-1-51 A W 57-55 

3-1-52 H W 71-48 

12-26-66 A3W 66-85 

12-27-68 A3 L 69-83 



1-So. Conf Tournament at Ourtiem, 
N C IDuke Indoor Stadium), 3-3t 
Charlottesville. Va. fMemofial 
Gymnasium). 3-Charfotte/nwtationslat 
Chariotte, N C. ICfiarlotte Coiiseum) 

Dayton 

The series is tied, B-g 

12-3D-65 N1 W 77-75 
2-13-84 H W 61-59 
1-5-S5 A L 63-67 
11-25-00 N2L 71-77 
t Sugar Bowl Tournament at Ne* 
Orleans. La (Loyola field House!. 2- 
Maui Invitational at Lahama, Hawan 
ILahaina Civic Center) 



Delawfare 

The series is tied, g-g 

1910-11 A L 14-53 



15-59-69 H W 94-58 
15-1-70 H W 86-73 



1-17-96 


H W 


118-55 


11-24-01 


H W 


77-53 


DePaul 

Maryland laede, S-O 


12-12-76 


H W 


92-74 


12-7-98 


N1W 


92-75 


1-BBST Cbssi at IVsslifngton DC. 
(MCI Cencerl 


OePauiv 

Merylend leads, S-0 


12-12-74 


H W 


113-49 


12-3-75 


H W 


99-42 


OetrofC 

Merylend leads, 1-0 


12-9-01 


H W 


79-54 


Dickinson College 

Maryland ieede, 1-0 


2-19-38 


H W 


57-27 


Duke 

Meryland trails, SS'97 


1925-26 


H W 


41-20 


1-9-30 


H L 


27-26 


2-20-30 


A L 


24-39 


1-15-31 


H W 


32-24 


2-20-32 


A W 


20- 18 IDTl 


1-12-33 


H W 


30-28 


1-11-34 


H W 


37-33 


1-11-35 


H L 


39-48 


2-1-36 


H W 


38-34 


3-5-38 


Ml W 


47-35 


1-16-37 


H L 


31-34 


1-30-37 


A L 


30-34 


1-15-38 


H W 


40-35 


1-29-38 


A L 


34-44 


3-5-38 


N1 L 


32-35 


1-13-39 


H W 


37-34 


2-2-39 


A W 


60-44 


1-9-40 


H W 


32-30 


1-30-40 


A L 


37-48 


3-1-40 


N1 L 


32-44 


1-11-41 


H L 


26-40 


2-1-41 


A L 


17-43 


1-10-42 


A L 


33-37 


2-25-42 


H L 


46-64 


2-12-43 


H L 


43-46 


1-8-45 


A L 


24-51 


2-22-45 


N1 L 


49-76 


1-4-46 


A L 


25-59 


1-25-46 


H W 


43-38 


2-18-47 


H L 


38-40 


1-5-48 


A L 


42-53 


1-3-50 


A L 


46-58 


2-10-50 


H W 


67-57 


2-18-51 


H L 


40-49 


2-18-52 


A L 


51-58 


3-6-52 


N1 L 


48-51 


3-5-53 


N1W 


74-65 


2-16-54 


H L 


81-68 


12-7-54 


H W 


49-47 


12-17-54 


A L 


61-68 


1-14-56 


A L 


62-76 


2-7-56 


H L 


70-62 


3-1-56 


N2L 


69-94 


1-10-57 


H W 


62-51 


1-31-57 


A L 


80-72 


1-8-58 


H W 


74-49 


2-21-58 


A L 


59-68 


3-7-58 


N2W 


71-65(071 


1-7-58 


H W 


64-31 


1-17-59 


A L 


69-78 


1-16-60 


A W 


56-48 


2-18-80 


H W 


71-61 


1-14-61 


A L 


62-70 



EDgcscIg of M:Dt=Bmiin^nesi 



All-Time Records 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions .^ 

Final Four ' 2001 , 2002 !«, 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995. 1998, 1999, 2D01, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001. 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's FT i fi i (JPfTf lj 




2-1B-61 


H W 


76-71 


M3-B2 


A L 


69-94 


2-13-B2 


H L 


53-79 


3- 1-62 


N2L 


59-71 


12-9-B2 


A L 


58-92 


2-19-B3 


H L 


70-78 


2-B-B4 


H L 


72-104 


2-22-B4 


A L 


63-84 


2-1 -65 


A L 


64-82 


2-23-B5 


H W 


85-82 


M3-BB 


A L 


61-76 


2-19-BB 


H L 


69-74 


M4-B7 


H L 


69-72(011 


2-18-S7 


A L 


58-81 


1-13-B8 


H L 


52-84 


2-G-Ba 


A L 


64-85 


M1-Ba 


A L 


85-9B 


2- 10-89 


H L 


83-93 


1 ■28-70 


H W 


52-50 


2-21 -70 


A L 


78-87 


2-B-71 


A W 


88-79 


2-13-71 


H L 


67-70 


2-5-72 


H W 


77-58 


2-2B-72 


A L 


59-68 


2-3-73 


A L 


81-85 


2-24-73 


H W 


96-68 


2-2-74 


H W 


104-83 


2-23-74 


A W 


B4-61 


3-7-74 


N3W 


B5-B6 


1-B-75 


H W 


83-77 


2-8-75 


A W 


104-8D 


2-7-78 


H W 


102-91 


2-21-78 


A L 


B7-B9 


3-4-78 


N4W 


90-78 (OT) 


2-5-77 


A W 


B5-B4(0T1 


2-19-77 


H W 


B5-72 


1-4-7B 


H L 


78-88 


2-18-78 


A L 


70-81 


3-2-78 


N3L 


89-91 


2-3-79 


A L 


78-87 


2-17-79 


H W 


70-68 


2-2-BD 


H W 


101-82 


2-1B-BD 


A L 


61 -66 


3-1-90 


N3L 


72-73 


1-10-91 


H W 


94-79 


2-7-B1 


A L 


54-55 


3-5-81 


N4W 


56-53 


1-9-92 


A W 


40-36 


2-B-B2 


H W 


77-60 


1-15-83 


H L 


87-96 


2-21-83 


A W 


101-90 


1-14-84 


A W 


81-75 


2-11-84 


H L 


84-89 


3-11-B4 


N3W 


74-62 


1-14-85 


H W 


78-76 (OT) 


2-9-95 


A L 


62-70 


3-8-85 


N5L 


73-88 


1-4-8B 


H L 


75-81 


1-25-86 


A L 


68-80 


1-14-B7 


H L 


61 -85 


2-7-B7 


A L 


67-76 


1-16-88 


A W 


72-69 


2-13-88 


H L 


93-90 


1-14-89 


H L 


72-92 


2-11-89 


A L 


60-86 


1-13-90 


A L 


80-91 


2-10-90 


H L 


111-114(071 


3-9-90 


NBL 


84-104 


1-12-91 


H L 


79-94 


2-9-91 


A L 


81-101 


1-9-92 


H L 


66-83 


2-2D.92 


A L 


89-91 


3-9-92 


NBL 


87-94 


1-30-93 


H L 


69-79 


3-3-93 


A L 


79-95 


1-29-94 


A L 


62-75 


3-2-94 


H L 


69-73 


1-29-95 


H W 


74-72 


3-1-95 


A W 


94-92 


1-28-96 


A L 


73-B3 


2-28-96 


H L 


75-77 


3-8-96 


N3W 


92-69 


1-26-97 


H W 


74-70 


2-27-97 


A L 


69-91 


1-3-98 


H L 


72-104 


1-29-9B 


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 


99-87 


3-12-00 


NBL 


68-81 


1-27-01 


H L 


96-99 (DT) 



2-27-01 


A W 


91-80 


3-10-01 


N7 L 


82-84 


3-31-01 


NBL 


84-95 


1-17-02 


A L 


76-99 


2-17-02 


H W 


87-73 


1-19-03 


H W 


87-72 


2-19-03 


A L 


70-75 



1-So. Conf. Tournament 31; flaieigh, 
N.C ffleynoWs CoUseum}. 2-ACC 
Tournament at fiBleigh. N C. (Reynolds 
Coliseum]. 3-ACC Tournament at 
Greensboro. N.C. fGreensboro 
Coliseum}, 4-ACC Tournament at 
Landover Md. (Capital CentreJ; 5-&CC 
Toumameni at At/anta, Ga lOmm). 6- 
ACC Tournament at Charlotte, N.C 
(Charlotte ColiseumJ, 7-ACC 
Tournament at Atlanta, Ga, (Georgia 
Dome), 8-NCAA Final Four at 
Mirtneapolis, Mmn IHHH Metrodomel 

ACC SERIES 
PROFILE 

Ttfpa at Home; 3 4-34 



Terps St Cole Field Hause: 22^^ 

Terps at Comcaet Center: 1 

Terps on the Hoed]^ ' a 5^ 

T^rps at Neutra[ Si tes: 7 13 
Terp a since 1953-54; 4 1-74 

last 1Q Games: -^ 

Current Streak; C^s e won 1 
Longest UM Win Stre ak; 7 



Ungest DU Win Strea k; 15 
largest Win Margin: 33 (B4-31 on 

jBn " 'SS^i 

Lsrgeet Loss Margin; 36 (99-58 

onDe: 9, •=bS' 

Most UM Points Scoped: 1 1 1 



Moat DU Points Scored; 114 



Ouquesne 

Marylan d laadSi 8-0 

2-9-72 H W 95-71 

2-21-73 A W 91-71 

2-20-74 H W 98-72 

2-23-75 A W 103-82 

12-11-82 H W B5-B4 

12-10-83 A W 78-B7 

11-23-99 H W 91-47 

11-30-02 H W 99-39 



East Carolina 

Maryland leads, 6-0 

11-29-75 H W 127-84 
12-9-7B H W B0-B9 
12-7-77 H W 130-108 

12-16-78 H W B2-71 
2-13-80 H W 95-72 

12-10-87 H W 75-59 



Eastern Kentucky 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-5-73 H W 106-57 



East Tennessee 
State 

Maryland leads, S-Q 

3-1-75 H W 104-87 
12-23-B9 N1W 91-96 



1-Chaminade Cnnstmas Ciasstc at 
Honolulu, Hawaii fgiaisdell Centerl 

Evansville 

The sarlea is tied, 1-1 

12-31-53 N1W 88-58 
12-30-91 N2 L 84-75 

1-AII-dmencan City Tournament at 
OivensbofX}, Ky , 2-Fiesta Bowf Classic 
at Tucson, Anz. (McKale Center] 



Fairleigh 

Dickinson 

Maryland leads, 5-0 

15-10-80 H W 1Q9-B3 

1g-3-B5 H W 74-51 

Ig-gg-BG H W 70-59 

11-18-97 H W 81-70 

11-92-99 H W 104-45 



Florida 

Maryland traits, D-S 

g-2B-32 N1 L 24-39 
12-14-02 H L G4-S9 

1-So. Conf Tournament at Atlanta, 
Ga 



Florida 
International 

Maryland laads, 1-0 



11-25-97 


H W 


117-70 


Florida State 

Maryland leads, SS-B 


1-19-92 


H L 


93-91 (on 


2-5-92 


A W 


93-85 


1-13-93 


A L 


95-105 


2-13-93 


H L 


94-97 


1-11-94 


H W 


90-74 


2-12-94 


A W 


69-66 


1-10-95 


A W 


70-57 


9-11-95 


H W 


90-85 


3-10-95 


N1W 


71-84 


2-10-96 


A L 


79-100 


3-4-96 


H W 


96-78 


1-29-97 


A L 


70-74 


2-13-97 


H W 


73-57 


1-7-99 


H W 


81-74 


2-7-99 


A W 


68-62 


1-27-99 


H W 


107-87 


2-27-99 


A W 


94-75 


3-5-99 


N1 W 


93-69 


1-29-00 


A W 


92-63 


3-1-00 


H W 


95-70 


3-10-OD 


N2W 


92-61 


1-14-01 


A W 


78-55 


2-14-01 


H L 


71-74 


1-26-02 


H W 


84-63 


2-27-02 


A W 


96-63 


3-8-02 


N2W 


85-59 


1-11-03 


H W 


89-62 



2-12-03 A W 74-72 

^■ACC Tournament at Greensboro. 
N C. (Greensboro ColiseumJ; 2-ACC 
Tournament at Charlotte, N C. 
(Chariotte Coliseum) 

ACC SERIES 
PROFILE 

Terps a t Home: 9-3__ 



Terps a t Cole Field Housb; B-3 
Terps a t Comcaat Ce nter! 1-0 
TerpB on the Road; S-3 



Terp s at Neutral Sites: 4-0 
Terp s since 19 53-M: £2-6 
Lwt 10 Games: 9-1 



Current Streak: UM won 5 



Longest UM Wi n Str^i 10 
Longest PSU Win Streak: 2 



Lffl-gsfit Win Margin: 33 196-63 on 

Feb 27. gPOg] 

Largest Loss Margin: 22 (100-7B 

on Feb 1Q, 1996) 

Most UM Points Scored: 1D7 
tfeist FSU Points Scored: 105 



Fordham 

Maryland leads, ^■^ 


12-6-56 


H L 


62-66 


12-7-57 


A W 


61-58 


12-29-59 


N1 W 


76-54 


12-20-69 


H2W 


94-71 


2-9-73 


A W 


93-72 


1-17-74 


H W 


112-73 


2-6-75 


A W 


65-46 


12-20-75 


H W 


81-56 


I -Slue Grass Festival at Louisville, Ky 
IKenojcky State Fairgrounds RavilionJ; 
e-Maryland Invitational at College Rai*, 
Md (Cole Field House) 


Fart Balvair 

Maryland trails, 0-1 


1-26-44 


H L 


29-60 


Gallaudet 

Maryland leads, 7'6 


1-11-11 


A L 


30-58 


1910-11 


H L 


27-54 


1-21-14 


A L 


15-79 


2-14-14 


H L 




1-18-19 


N1W 


27-26 


2-15-19 


N1 L 


9-33 


1923-24 


H W 


42-29 


1924-25 


H W 


25-14 


1925-26 


H W 


40-13 


1998-27 


H W 


39-26 


1-18-28 


H W 


45-20 


1-7-31 


H W 


39-29 


12-21-44 


H L 


28-27 


1 -at Washing 


on fMC) 





George Mason 

Maryland l eads, 5-0 

1g-5-8T H W 74-S2 



11-29-85 


A W 


91-90 


12-22-69 


N1 W 


104-99 


12-27-99 


H W 


89-98 


3-15-01 


N2W 


93-90 


1 -Clianiinade Christmas Classic at 
Honolulu. Hawaii (Blaisdell Cencei-I, 2- 
NCAA Tournament at Boise, Idaho 
(8SU PsvilionJ 


Geopgecown 

Maryland leads, 36'g5 


1910-11 


A L 


25-31 


1-29-14 


A L 




3-11-35 


H L 


24-25 


2-21-38 


A W 


47-39 


2-20-37 


H L 


27-39 


1-12-38 


A L 


39-57 


2-8-39 


H L 


25-39 


1-17-40 


A W 


28-27 


1-17-41 


A L 


34-51 


1-21-42 


A W 


51-42 


2-20-43 


H L 


38-46 


2-4-47 


H W 


55-49 


1-7-49 


A L 


40-52 


1-10-49 


A L 


51-53 


2-17-49 


H L 


52-56 


1-7-5D 


A W 


71-65 


1-13-51 


H W 


58-47 


1-10-52 


H W 


55-40 


2-21-52 


A L 


61-71 


1-10-53 


H L 


45-54 


2-19-53 


A L 


48-49 


1-9-54 


A L 


56-58 (OTl 


2-19-54 


H W 


53-50 


12-4-54 


H W 


80-43 


2-25-55 


A W 


57-49(2011 


1-21-56 


A W 


62-57(011 


2-25-56 


H W 


72-61 


1-16-57 


H W 


82-89 


2-27-57 


A W 


62-59 


1-14-58 


A W 


55-45 


2-26-58 


H W 


56-46 


1-14-59 


H W 


61-53 


2-25-59 


A W 


67-56 


12-14-59 


H W 


59-48 


1-13-60 


A L 


51-66 


12-14-60 


A W 


78-67 


1-11-61 


H W 


55-47 


12-B-B1 


H L 


78-79(207) 


1-1D-B2 


A W 


83-70 


12-4-B2 


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 


2-13-85 


A W 


85-67 


12-15-85 


H W 


77-59 


2-11-67 


A L 


49-90 


3-2-6B 


H W 


68-60 


3-1-69 


A W 


83-78 


2-7-70 


H W 


91-71 


12-19-70 


A L 


79-92 


12-13-71 


H W 


79-46 


12-12-72 


A W 


99-73 


12-11-73 


H W 


115-83 


12-10-74 


N1 W 


104-71 


2-18-76 


A W 


72-63 


11-28-77 


N2W 


91-87 


11-28-78 


N1 L 


65-68 


12-4-79 


N3L 


71-83 


3-14-90 


N4L 


68-74 


11-28-93 


A1 W 


84-83 (OTl 


3-22-01 


N5W 


76-86 



1-at Landover. Md. (Capita/ CentreJ; 
2-Tip Off Tournament at Landover, 
Md, (Capital Centre); 3-eC rti'ashington, 
□,C (Municipal Armory); 4-NCAA 
Tournament at Philadelphia, Pa. (The 
Spectrum); 5-NCAA Tournament at 
Anaheim. Calif. lArrowhead Pond of 
Anaheim) 



George 
Washington 

Maryland leads. 35-S7 


2-11 14 


H L 




2-1 19 


Nl L 


r.-25 


3-8-19 


N1 L 


20-53 


1923-24 


H W 


41-22 


1923-24 


H L 


19-20 


2-22-39 


A L 


24-37 


2-22-40 


H L 


26-44 



2-10-41 


A L 


28-61 


1-24-42 


H L 


29-47 


1-23-43 


A L 


43-49 


2-2-46 


H W 


49-35 


1-10-47 


H W 


44-43 


2-10-47 


H L 


46-63 


2-11-49 


A L 


49-65 


3-1-49 


H L 


35-59 


1-26-49 


H L 


54-66 


2-26-49 


A L 


42-61 


1-14-50 


H L 


51-72 


2-23-51 


A L 


47-67 


2-29-52 


H L 


58-57 


2-3-53 


A L 


82-83(2071 


2-24-53 


H W 


88-53 


1-15-54 


H W 


68-61 


2-23-54 


A L 


57-70 


1-19-55 


A L 


53-75 


2-9-55 


H L 


67-73 


1-5-56 


H W 


62-48 


2-11-56 


A W 


67-46 


1-12-57 


A W 


68-48 


2-2-57 


H W 


84-87 


12-4-57 


H W 


84-55 


2-10-59 


H L 


65-66 (OTl 


12-3-59 


A W 


64-57 


2-20-60 


H W 


86-84 (OTl 


12-6-60 


H W 


80-68 


2-19-61 


A L 


44-63 


1-3-82 


A W 


87-56 


1-16-62 


H W 


81-67 


1-7-63 


H W 


74-72 


2-1-63 


A W 


68-67 


2-1-64 


A W 


80-76 


12-3-64 


H W 


82-80 


1-27-66 


A W 


107-81 


2-9-87 


H W 


78-52 


12-4-67 


A W 


84-53 


12-17-68 


H W 


99-96 


12-3-69 


A W 


92-71 


1-23-71 


H W 


69-67 


12-4-71 


A W 


117-98 


12-22-72 


H W 


89-79 


2-9-74 


N2W 


92-71 


12-21-74 


N2W 


81-67 


1-7-76 


A W 


82-72 


1-29-77 


H L 


76-86 


12-10-77 


A L 


90-101 


1-3-79 


H W 


94-72 


12-3-95 


NOW 


98-81 


12-9-96 


N3W 


74-66 


12-8-97 


N4L 


66-70 


12-5-99 


N5L 


69-74 


12-3-00 


N5W 


71-63 


12-8-02 


N5W 


93-92 



1-at W/ashingKin YMCA, 2at Landover. 
Md. (Capital Centre), 3-Frantclin National 
Bank Classic at Landover. Wd (USAir 
Arena); A-Franklm National Sank Classic 
at Washington, DC. (MO Center), 5- 
SBST Classic at Washington. DC. IMO 
Center) 



Georgia 

Maryland trails, S-S 


2-29-24 Nl L 


25-29 


1926-27 H W 


34-33 


2-25-27 Nl L 


22-27 


3-2-31 Nl W 


26-25 


2-4-33 H L 


36-40 


3- 15-92 N2L 


69-93 


12-30-96 N3L 


65-73 [OTl 



2-28-80 


N2W 


51 -49 (DTI 


12-23-80 


A W 


66-55 


1-31-81 


H W 


72-84 


12-23-81 


H L 


43-45 


1-30-82 


A L 


83-64 


2-5-83 


H W 


77-68 


2-23-83 


A L 


60-70 


3-11-83 


N3L 


58-64 (On 


2-4-84 


A L 


70-71 (20T1 


2-23-84 


H W 


79-74 


12-28-94 


N4L 


69-70 


2-2-85 


H L 


60-72 


2-19-85 


A L 


43-46 


1-11-86 


A L 


67-68 


2-22-86 


H L 


70-77 


3-8-86 


N2L 


62-64 


2-1-67 


A 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 


N2W 


84-87 


2-4-89 


A L 


74-87 


2-14-99 


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 W 


96-93 


1-5-92 


A L 


67-92 


2-9-92 


H L 


85-87 


1-5-93 


H L 


75-85 


2-8-93 


A L 


79-93 


1 -4-94 


A W 


91-88 


2-5-94 


H L 


71-83 


1-4-95 


H W 


80-67 


2-4-95 


A L 


91-100 


1-3-96 


A L 


94-98 


2-3-96 


H W 


88-74 


3-9-96 


N2L 


79-84 


12-12-96 


H W 


77-63 


2-19-97 


A W 


76-68 


1-21-98 


A W 


70-67 


2-21-98 


H W 


81-89 


3-B-98 


N2W 


93-65 


1-19-99 


A W 


77-62 


2-21-99 


H W 


91-60 


1-15-00 


A L 


69-69 


2-16-00 


H W 


92-70 


1-6-01 


H W 


93-30 


2-6-01 


A L 


62-72 


1-13-02 


A W 


92-67 


2-13-02 


H W 


85-65 


12-29-02 


H W 


84-77 


2-9-03 


A L 


84-90 



Hampton 

Maryland laadB, 1-0 



Terps at Cole Field HouEe: 1 7-1Q 
Terps Bt Comcast Cent er; 1 
TarpB on the Road! 7-17 
Terps at Neutra l Sites: 3-4 



1-So. Conf. Tournament at Atlanta, Ga . 
S-National Invitation Tournament at New 
Yor*, N. Y (Madison Square Garden]; 3- 
HamOow Classic at Honolulu. Hawan 
(Slaisdell Center) 

iSeorgia State 

Maryland leads, S-Q 

11-gB-S8 Nl W 69-Bg 
3-1 7-01 N2W 79-60 
1 -Freedom Bowl Classic at Irvine, Calif. 
iBren Events Center), 2-NCAA 
Tournament at Boise, Idaho fBSU 
Pavilion) 



Tterps since 1953-54: 5B-31 

Last 10 Games: ^-3^ 

Current Streak: GT won 1 
Longest^UM Win Streak: S 
Longeet GT Win Streak: 



Largest Win Margin: 38 (1(35-67 on 

Dec. 57, 1974 ] 

L^est Lou Ma^in; 25 192-67 on 

js- 5 15931 

Most UM Points Scored: 105 

Most GT Points Scored: 104 



Ganzaga 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



3-16-95 N1W B7-63 
1 -NCAA ToufYiament at Salt Lake City, 
Utah (Jon Huntsman Center) 



Georgia Tech 

Maryla nd trails, g8-31 

12-29-72 HI W 9D-55 
1g-g7-74 H1W 105-67 
1g-10-75 H W 93-65 
1g-29-77 HI W 65-63 
12-1 9-79 H W 70-60 
1-3-80 A W 83-74 



Hampden-Sydney 

The series is tied, B-B 

1 ■14.39 H W 34-25 
1-gg-44 H L 43-51 
1-27-45 H I 42-43 
1-26-46 H W 35-3g 



1-8-03 H W 108-58 



Havuaii 

Maryland leads, B'O 



1 -Maryland Invitational at College Par*. 
Md (Cole Pield House); 2-ACC 
Tournament at Greensboro. N C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum), 3-ACC 
Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. (DmniJ; 4- 
RainOow Classic at Honolulu, Hawaii 
(Blaisdell Center) 

ACC SERIES 
PROFILE 

Terps at Home; 18-1C) 



12-27-84 A1 W 79-71 
12-28-96 A1W 76-59 
1 -Rainbow Classic at Honolulu, Hawaii 
(Blaisdell Center) 

Ha weii- Pacific 

Maryland leads, 1-Q 

1g-g9-95 A1W 92-85 

1 -HawaiPacific Tournament at Wailutu. 

Hawaii (War Memorial Coliseumi 



Hofstra 

Ma ryla n d leads, 3-0 

"g-7-82 H W 94-59 
12-28-93 Nl W 93-67 
11-g0-98 H W 89-59 
1 -Hall of Fame Classic at SpnngfieW, 
Mass, (Spnngfield Civic Center) 

Holy Cross 

Maryland leads, 4-Q 

12-22-71 A W 102-79 

12-29-73 H1W 10g-75 

1-26-83 AgW 55-53 

1-21-85 H W 99-75 

1 -Maryland Invitational at Cj^Hege Per*, 
Md. (Cole Field House), 5-at Worcester, 
Mass, (Worcester Centrum) 



Houston 

The serias is tied, 1-1 

12-29-65 Nl W 69-68 
3-22-83 NgL 50-60 
1 -Sugar Sowl Tournament at New 
Orleans, La. (Loyola Field HouseJ; 2- 
NCAA Tournament at Houston, Texas 
(The Summit) 



How/ard 

Maryland leads, 3-0 

1-2-93 H W 109-69 
1g-6-95 H W 88-71 
11-g6-96 H W 93-55 



Illinois 

Maryland leads, S-B 

3-22-84 Nl L 70-7g 

3-14-98 NgW 67-61 

12-4-99 N3W 69-67 

11-21-00 N4L 80-90 

1 1 -27-01 H5W 76-83 



1-NCAA Tournament at Lexington, Ky. 
(Pupp AnenaJ; 2-NCAA Tournament at 
Sacramento, Calif. (Arco Arena); 3- 
SBSTCIassic at Washington, O.C (MCI 
Center); d-Maui Invitational at Laheina. 
Hawaii ILahaina Civic Center); S-ACCiBig 
Ten Challenge at College Park. Md. (Cote 
Field House) 



Indiana 

Mary land trails, 1-5 



12-3 0-33 H L 17-30 
12-20-34 H L 29-30 
12- 28-59 Nl L 63-72 

3-1 4-81 N2L 64-99 
4 -1-02 N3W 64-52 

" i"g- 3-02 N4 L 74-80 (DT] 
1 -Blue Grass Festival at Louisville, Ky. 
fKentucl<y State Fairgrounds Pavilion); 2- 
NCAA Tournament at Dayton, Ohio 
lOeyton Arena); 3-NCAA Final Four at 
Atlanta, Ga. (Georgia Dome), d-ACDBig 
Ten Challenge at Indianapolis, Ind, 
(Conseco Fieldhouse) 

lona 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

3-16-00 Nl W 74-59 
1NCAA Tournament at Minneapolis, 
Minn. (HHH MetrodomeJ 

/oiva 

Maryland leads, B-0 

12-25-84 N1 W 78-68 [QTl 
11-30-99 N2W 83-85 

1 -Rainbo* Dassc at Honolulu, Hawaii 
(Blaisdell Center); 2-ACC/Big Ten 
Chaltenge at Baltimore. Md. (Baltimore 
ArenaJ 



All-Time Records 




^M= A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

B0Q2 INiacionai CtBmpions j 

F/nai Four -2001, £002 .-i 

Sweet Sixteen < 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2DD1, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1397. 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 



2003 




Jacksonville 

Maryland leads, S-l 



3-23-72 


Nl W 


91-77 


ia-9-B9 


H W 


68-53 


ia-a-9o 


A L 


70-71 


yort:. NX OUadson Saare Garden) 


James Madison 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


1-28-B7 


A W 


90-76 


Johns Hopkins 

Maryland leads, 1S.S 


1-20-2B 


A L 


20-22 


2-21 -28 


H W 


23-19 


1-18-29 


H L 


23-25 


2-23-29 


A W 


19-18 


1-17-30 


H W 


41-24 


2-22-30 


A W 


39-24 


1-22-31 


A W 


33-20 


2-25-31 


H W 


31-22 


1-23-32 


A W 


33-26 


2-23-32 


H W 


38-24 


1-18-33 


A L 


27-37 


2-22-33 


H W 


35-31 


1-24-34 


A L 


32-35 


2-21-34 


H W 


32-19 


2-2B-35 


A W 


41-35 


3-B-35 


H W 


52-25 


a-19-3B 


H W 


45-40 


1-B-37 


H W 


54-31 


2-2 1-38 


H W 


56-30 


2-3-40 


H W 


49-36 


12-17-40 


A L 


24-38 


12-18-46 


H W 


41-36 


12-20-47 


A W 


64-53 


11-26-83 


H W 


108-65 


Kansas 

Maryland trails, 3-3 


12-19-64 


H L 


61-63(011 


12-10-65 


A L 


62-71 


11-23-84 


Nl L 


56-58 


12-7-97 


N2W 


66-83 


3-30-02 


N3W 


97-88 



Lafayette 

Maryland leads, 4-0 



1 -Gnssc Aissica ShoobuC at AnchoTEge 
AtBSka (Sullivan Arena); 2-Frank\in 
Naoorel Bar* Oassc at Wastvngton. 
D.C. (MO CenterJ. 3-NCM Rraf Four 
at Atfgits. Ga (George OomeJ 



Kansas State 


12-11-85 


A W 


63-57 


Kentucliy 

Maryland trails, S-B 


M9-2B 


H W, 


37-7 


2-28-30 


Nil L 


21-28 


3-3-31 


Nl W 


29-27 


12-15-55 


H L 


81-62 


12-15-56 


A L 


55-76 


12-9-57 


H W 


71-62 


12-15-58 


A L 


56-58 (DT) 


3-20-88 


N2L 


81-90 


11-24-95 


N3L 


84-96 


12-12-98 


A L 


91-103 


11-24-99 


N4L 


58-61 


12-11-99 


H W 


72-66 


3-22-02 


N5W 


78-68 



1-So, Corf. Tournament at AOanta Ga , 
3-NCAA Tournament at OncmnaO. Oho 
fflverfrGnt CoteanI; 3-Ha( ofFsrv Tp- 
Off Classic at SprrngfieW, Mass 
ISP^ngfeO DvK Center): aPreseasan 
NfTatNevtYork. N, K CMofeOfi Square 
Garden); 5-NCAA East HegionaJ at 
Strecuse, N.Y. (Camer Done] 

Kentucky 
Wesleyan 

Maryland leads, 1-D 
1-g-54 A1 W 54-37 

1-AII-Amerscan Cit)' Tourfiamsr^t at 
0>*gt5txyTJ, Ky 

Kent 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

1-g-73 H W 76-58 



1924-25 


H W 


30-15 


11-29-81 


H W 


82-58 


12-22-90 


H W 


64-48 


12-23-96 


H W 


106-67 


Lamar 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-29-88 


Nl W 


74-85 


T-Sun Sow! Toumameni: at B Paso, 
Texas £Speca( EvstKs CencarJ 


La Sa»e 

Maryland leads, 3-0 


12-30-83 


HI W 


96-83 


12-12-92 


A W 


93-76 


12-27-94 


H W 


96-90 


Mi. ICale Rem Haussl 


at Co/tege Par*. 


Lehigh 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-8-70 


H W 


85-88 


Long Island 

Maryland leads, 7-0 


2-12-72 


A W 


78-60 


1-23-73 


H W 


100-73 


12-7-74 


H W 


99-84 


1-3-76 


H W 


111-88 


12-2-76 


H W 


49-45 


12-17-77 


H W 


94-64 


12-2-81 


H W 


87-79 


Louisiana State 


2-27-31 


Nl W 


37-33 


12-21-63 


N2W 


75-85 


12-12-87 


A L 


54-55 


1-2-89 


H L 


77-79 


1-So, Conf. Ta/namencacAtenta, Ga.; 
2-VPI Tournament at eiactsburg. Va. 
fv-rgina Tech Cofeein) 


Louisville 

Maryland trails, 3-5 


12-30-81 


Nl L 


64-83 


3-22-75 


N2 L 


82-98 


1-13-79 


H L 


84-99 


12-13-80 


A L 


87-78 


12-10-91 


A L 


79-98 


12-2a-82 


H W 


72-67 


11-20-00 


NOW 


95-73 



1-Sugar Bowl Tournament at Ne* 
Orleans. Ls. fLoyoia F'eU House), 2- 
NCAA Tournament at Las Cruces, N.M, 
IPan American Center]; 3-Maui 
Invitational at L^^aina. Hawaii Hahama 
Dvc Center] 

Loyola CMd.J 

Maryland leads, 8-5 



1-24-14 A L 



Maine 

Maryland leads, 1-Q 



1-54-7Q H W 97-6B 



Manhattan 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



3-15-58 Nl W 59-55 
1 -NCAA Tournament at Chartotte. 
N.C. [ChaHotte Coliseum) 



1-18-45 


H L 


34-50 


12-18-45 


H W 


61-48 


Marsha// 

The series is tied. 


3.3 


12-17-43 


H L 


33-46 


12-20-45 


H L 


43-50 


12-20-68 


A1 W 


89-80 


12-29-80 


H2W 


114-68 


1 -Marsrtafi Invrtatmnai at Hi/itffigiDn. W 
Vs (MemOTBi FieB House): 2-Maiylartl 
Irmaacnal at Cotege f^rt:. Mo fCote 
FeB House) 


Md. •Battinr\are 
County (UMBCJ 

Maryland leads, 13.0 


2-18-87 


H W 


78-64 


2-1-89 


H W 


78-88 


2-22-90 


H W 


113-81 


1-7-91 


H W 


92-88 


12-1-92 


H W 


103-80 


12-2-93 


H W 


89-80 


12-5-94 


H W 


102-77 


12-4-98 


H W 


87-31 


12-13-97 


H W 


104-66 


11-17-98 


H W 


90-32 


12-30-99 


H W 


82-52 


12-13-00 


H W 


93-67 


12-23-03 


H W 


101-80 


Md. •Eastern Share 
tUMES) 

Maryland leads, 14.0 


1 1 -30-79 


H W 


82-58 


1-20-8 1 


H W 


81-65 


12-7-81 


H W 


76-64 


12-1-82 


H W 


91-70 


12-14-83 


H W 


104-69 


12-13-64 


H W 


87-46 


2- 17-66 


H W 


91-44 


2-27-87 


H W 


117-51 


2-25-88 


H W 


101-51 


12-1-88 


H W 


97-53 


11-26-91 


H W 


115-60 


12-7-92 


H W 


94-63 


12-28-95 


H W 


104-86 


12-30-00 


H W 


105-53 


Massachusetts 

Maryland trails, 3-4 


3- 15-90 


HI W 


91-61 


12-29-93 


N2 L 


80-94 


3-19-94 


N3W 


95-87 


12-10-94 


N4 L 


74-85 


12-2-95 


N5L 


47-50 


2-15-97 


N6L 


61-78 



1-17-31 H L 30-33 

1-11-32 H L 27-28 

12-12-47 H L 52-63 

12-11-48 A L 75-77 

12-30-58 Nl W 54-50 

1-27-71 A W 88-69 

12-20-71 A W 73-60 

12-22-84 A W 81-74 

11-27-87 N2W 74-60 

2-19-94 H W 94-71 

11-29-94 H W 92-62 

2-2-03 H W 85-58 

1 -Sugar Sowf Tournament at New 
Or/eans, La. fLoyote Rett House). 2-MO 
Harbor Ciassic at Balumore. Ma 
(Baltimore Arena) 



^■Natiar.3! lni:ZBDO'^ Tournament at 
Cfiilege Park. MO (Cote FeH House); 3- 
HaH of Fame Classic at Springfield. 
Mass, (Spnngfie/d Cwc Center]. 3- 
UCAA Tournament at Wichita, Kan 
Kansas Cofseum); 4-at Satomore, Mfl. 
fSatomcre Arena), 5-Frsnk/jn NaMnal 
Ban* Qassc at Lanctovw, Md. (USA- 
Arena); 6-at Worcester Mass 
fWorcester Centrum) 

Memphis State 

Maryland trails, O-S 

12-30-57 Nl L 4B-47G0T] 
12-17-66 A2L 53-55 
'-Sugar Bowl Tcurnamsnt at New 
Orteans, La (Loyola fieW House); 2- 
Mempfi/s InvrtsOona; at M&nphis, Tern 
ff/icJ-5ougi Coiseum) 



Miami 

The saries is tied, 3-3 

2-1-54 A W 63-57 

1-22-62 A W 71-68 

12-29-64 A1 L 73-80 

1-30-68 A L 73-93 

12-21-68 N2L 85-92 

12-29-70 H W 111-77 

1-HjTcareDasscatMsfn,fiB (Man. 
Beacn Convenoon CencerJ. S-Mars^s.. 
/nvjtationa) at Huntington. IV. Va 
(Mgnonai Fefei House) 



Marine Carps 
Institute 

The series is tied, 1-1 



Miami -OH 

Maryland leads, 4-1 



•-gE-49 A W 43-42 

1-29-49 A L 49-58 

12-28-79 H1W 115-76 



3-15-85 


N2W 


69-68 (DT) 


11-24-02 


H W 


6449 


1-Mar>tentJ Jnwiatare) at Cofege Pari. 
Md (Cofe F[e(d House), 2-NCM 
roumament at Dayton, Ohjo (Dayton 
Arena) 


Michigan 

Maryland trails, 3-3 

■■.;■" - . 25-39 


12-18-33 


H :V 


29-25 


12-17-37 


H L 


26-43 


3-25-94 


Nl L 


71-78 


12-2-00 


N2W 


82-51 


1-NCW Tou.-n3n^t at Dallas, Texas 
.Weunicr Arena), 2.BBST Dassc at 
rt'ashinqlOT, DC fMO OiCETj 


Michigan State 

Maryland trails, 0.3 


12-29-55 


HI L 


75-95 


3-28-03 


Nl L 


58-60 


I-Md-WntB- Festral at College Part. 
Md (Cole Pjeld House): 2-NCAA 
Tournament at San Antonio, Tejias 
(ABmodomeJ 


Minnesota 

Maryland leads, 3.0 


12-10-60 


A W 


64-53 


12-15-61 


H W 


75-89 


Mississippi 

Maryland trails, 1-3 


a-26-26 


Nl L 


19-22 


3-1-29 


Nl L 


35-37 


11-28-87 


N2W 


77-89 


1-So Conf. To(mamentatAaanta, Ga.; 
?-M0 Harbor Ctesc at Baltimore, Md. 
IBaftjmore ArerH) 


Mississippi State 

Maryland trails, 0-3 

12-SS:= \' . 45-56 


12-S9-=- 


N' L 


G2-64 


'■Sugar Bo*i Tournament at Me* 
Orleans, La (Loyoia Feld House) 


Missouri 

Maryland trails, 1.3 


1-6-88 


A L 


85-93 


1-24-89 


H L 


73-87 


2-18-96 


H W 


91-72 


12-30-97 


A L 


79-83 


Monmouth 

Maryland leads, 3.0 


12-13-88 


H W 


74-70 


12-11-01 


H W 


91-55 


Montana State 

Maryland leads, LO 


12-30-58 


N1W 


99-72 


1-All-Amencan City Tournament at 
Oensftro. Ky. 


Morgan State 

Maryland leads, 4.0 


12-7-38 


H W 


73-61 


12-26-92 


H W 


103-63 


12-4-93 


H W 


85-62 


12-23-94 


H W 


138-72 


Mount St. 
Joseph's 

Maryland trails, 1-3 


1910-11 


H W 


22-20 


1-10-14 


H L 




1 -17-1 4 


A L 




Mount St. Mary's 

Maryland leads, 3.0 


12-8-87 


A W 


83-54 


11-23-91 


H W 


83-53 


11-22-97 


H W 


102-74 


Navy 

Maryland leads, 30.37 


1924-25 


A L 


16-23 


1925-28 


AW 


21-12 


1928-27 


A L 


30-32 


2-4-28 


A L 


26-35 


a- 13-29 


A W 


30-27 


1-22-30 


A W 


43-39 


2-21-31 


A L 


33-38 



1-20-32 


H W 


26-15 


1-28-33 


A L 


21-59 


2-3-34 


A L 


27-48 


1-30-35 


A L 


38-43 


1-15-36 


A W 


32-20 


2-3-37 


A L 


37-53 


a-a-38 


A L 


34-37 


1-11-39 


A L 


37-47 


a-5-41 


A L 


27-52 


2-11-42 


A L 


47-61 


1-30-43 


A W 


63-54 


2-28-44 


A L 


35-69 


1-10-45 


A L 


33-70 


1-18-48 


A L 


35-44 


1-22-47 


A L 


27-55 


1-14-48 


A L 


47-51 


1-22-49 


A L 


46-5a 


12-17-49 


A L 


62-75 


1-10-51 


A L 


47-51 


1-5-52 


A W 


48-45 


2-21-53 


A L 


47-51 


2-13-54 


A W 


61-60 [071 


1-29-55 


A W 


80-54 


2-4-56 


H W 


80-61 


2-23-57 


A L 


55-56 


12-18-57 


H W 


88-58 


2-1-58 


A W 


64-51 


12-17-58 


H L 


50-53 


1-20-80 


A W 


51-50 


1-18-81 


H W 


63-62 


2-3-82 


A L 


58-67 


1-12-83 


H W 


67-61 


1-11-84 


A L 


55-68 


1-13-85 


H W 


77-58 


2-20-65 


A W 


70-57 


2-9-88 


H W 


74-69 


2-18-87 


A L 


65-66 


1-17-68 


H W 


76-72 


2-12-69 


A L 


66-72 


1-14-70 


H W 


73-57 


1-22-72 


A W 


85-60 


1-20-73 


A W 


76-67 


1-19-74 


A W 


7a-50 


1-18-75 


A W 


87-73 


1-17-76 


A W 


87-69 


1-15-77 


N1W 


69-54 


1-23-79 


H W 


8a-6a 


11-28-80 


H W 


86-64 


1-31-83 


H W 


98-73 


3-17-85 


N2W 


64-59 


I-at laidover. W. ICsptal CamJ: 2- 
MCAA Tournament at Dayton. Ohio 
(Dayton Arena) 


New Mexico State 

Maryland trails 0-1 


12-31-56 


Nl L 


43-45 


!-A(i.A.^eric3n C'ti ' 
Drte".stC"0, i<y 


rournament at 


New York 

University 

Maryland trails, 0.3 


1.8-11 


H L 


7-95 


2-3-38 


H L 


a7-4a 


Niagara 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


3-25-72 


N1W 


100-89 


yorii, NY (Madison Snare GMen) 


Norfolk State 

Maryland leads, 3-0 


12-23-00 


H W 


123-79 


1-3-02 


H W 


92-69 


North Carolina 

Maryland trails, 53.108 


2-5-24 


H L 


20-28 


1-31-25 


H L 


18-21 


2-9-26 


H W 


23-22 


a-7-a7 


H W 


28-20 


2-8-27 


H L 


23-3a 


2-19-27 


A W 


23-19 


2-8-29 


H L 


22-28 


2-8-30 


H W 


36-33 


2-19-30 


A W 


29-22 


2-10-31 


H W 


33-31 


2-28-31 


Nl W 


19-17 


2-6-32 


H W 


26-25 


2-19-32 


A L 


28-32 


2-3-33 


H W 


42-29 



Panel Men's 


1-30-34 


H L 


24-28 


1-18-35 


H L 


31-39 


1-25-36 


H L 


3244 


1-29-37 


A L 


24-41 


2-6-37 


H L 


35-44 


1-26-36 


A L 


a4-43 


1-20-39 


H W 


34-32 


2-3-39 


A W 


6641 


1-24-41 


H L 


36-55 


2-3-41 


A L 


29-44 


2-20-42 


H L 


30-34 


1-1-43 


H W 


47-40 


2-16-43 


A W 


40-31 


1-5-45 


A L 


28-53 


1-7-48 


A L 


28-64 


2-8-48 


H L 


31-33 


3-1-48 


N2L 


27-54 


1-4-47 


A L 


42-58 


1-84-47 


H W 


61-57 


1-3-48 


A L 


46-70 


a- 13-48 


H L 


47-51 


1-3-49 


A L 


47-55 


a-11-49 


H L 


52-88 


3-3-49 


N3L 


81-79 


i-a-5o 


A L 


53-55 


a-3-50 


H L 


56-89 


1-2-51 


A W 


87-59 


1-20-51 


H W 


58-55 


1-3-52 


A L 


47-51 


1-18-52 


H W 


71-51 


1-3-53 


A L 


49-59 


1-17-53 


H W 


68-88 


12-18-54 


A W 


70-80 


2-12-55 


H W 


53-81 


12-17-55 


H L 


82-88 


1-18-56 


A L 


55-84 


12-17-58 


A L 


61-70 


2-5-57 


H L 


81 -65 EOT] 


1-11-58 


H W 


74-81 


2-22-58 


A L 


59-86 


3-8-58 


N4W 


88-74 


2-4-59 


A L 


57-64 


a-21-59 


H W 


69-51 


a-3-60 


H L 


66-75 


a-23-60 


A L 


64-81 


12-29-60 


N5L 


57-81 


1-16-61 


H L 


52-58 


2-2-B1 


A L 


58-63 


2-6-62 


H W 


79-62 


2-19-62 


A L 


67-70 


1-14-63 


H L 


56-78 


2-7-63 


A L 


68-82 


1-13-64 


A L 


88-97 


2-18-64 


H W 


74-64 


1-4-65 


H W 


76-68 


1-30-65 


A W 


81-80 


1-3-66 


A L 


52-87 


2-5-66 


H W 


76-66 


3-3-66 


N4L 


70-77 


2.4-67 


A L 


77-85 


2-22-67 


H L 


78-79 


2-3-69 


H L 


67-73 


2-21-68 


A L 


60-83 


2-1-69 


A L 


87-107 


2-19-89 


H L 


86-88 


1-31-70 


H L 


89-77 


2-18-70 


A L 


93-90 


1-30-71 


A L 


79-105 


2-17-71 


H L 


76-100 


1-29-72 


A L 


72-92 


2-18-72 


H W 


79-77 (OTl 


3-11-72 


NBL 


64-73 


1 •27-73 


H W 


94-BB 


a-14-73 


A L 


85-95 


1-36-74 


A L 


73-82 


2-13-74 


H W 


91-80 


3-8-74 


N6W 


105-85 


1-25-75 


H L 


86-89 


2-15-75 


A W 


96-74 


1-25-75 


A L 


93-95 (On 


2-11-78 


H L 


69-81 


1-22-77 


H L 


66-71 


2-9-77 


A L 


70-97 


I-21-7B 


A L 


71-85 


2-B-7B 


H L 


84-66 


1-20-79 


H L 


53-54 


2-7-79 


A L 


67-76 


3-2-79 


N6L 


79-102 


1-20-80 


A W 


92-86 


a-7-80 


H W 


70-89 


1-7-81 


A L 


65-75 


2-15-81 


H L 


63-78 



3-7-81 


N7L 


50-61 


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 


52-74 


2-19-84 


A L 


63-79 


1-9-85 


A L 


74-75 


2-13-85 


H L 


54-60 


1-14-86 


H L 


67-71 


2-20-88 


A W 


77-72 {OTl 


2-7-88 


NSW 


85-75 


1-8-87 


A L 


65-98 


2-14-87 


H L 


86-93 


3-8-87 


N7L 


63-82 


1-14-88 


H L 


85-71 


a-ao-88 


A L 


73-74 


3-ia-88 


NSL 


84-74 


1-11-89 


A L 


72-88 


a-19-89 


H L 


75-88 


3-11-89 


N8L 


58-88 


1-10-90 


H W 


98-88 


a- 17-90 


A W 


80-76 


1-9-91 


A L 


73-105 


a-16-91 


H L 


75-87 


1 -13-93 


A L 


7B-9B 


3-1-92 


H W 


82-80 


1-9-93 


A L 


73-101 


2-9-93 


H L 


63-77 


3-12-93 


N9L 


56-102 


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 W 


86-73 


3-11-95 


N6L 


92-97 IDT) 


1-6-96 


H L 


66-88 (DT) 


2-6-96 


AW 


84-78 


1-8-97 


AW 


85-75 


2-22-97 


H L 


81-93 


1-14-96 


H W 


69-83 (GD 


2-14-98 


A L 


67-85 


3-7-98 


N6L 


73-83 (OTl 


1-13-99 


A W 


89-76 


2-13-99 


H W 


81-64 


3-6-99 


NBL 


79-86 


1-27-00 


A L 


63-75 


2-25-00 


H W 


81-73 


1-10-01 


H L 


63-86 


2-10-01 


A L 


8a-96 


1-9-02 


H W 


1ia-79 


2-10-02 


A W 


92-77 


1-22-03 


A W 


91-86 


2-22-03 


H W 


96-58 


3-14-03 


NBL 


72-84 



'-So- Conf Toir>^mentacAcenta. Ge.; 
2-So. Conf, Tournament at Rafegfi. N.C, 
(Reynolds Co/iseumJ; 3-So. Conf. 
Tournament at OufViam, N.C. fDuke 
Indoor Stattum); A-ACC Tournament at 
Hafeigh. N.C. (PeynoWs CoifseumJ; 5- 
Dote Oassc at teieigh, N.C. (ReyfXJtte 
Cc3liseum), G-ACC Tournament at 
GreensCoro, N C. (Greensboro 
Cahseum]; 7-ACC Tournament at 
Landorer, IWc, fCaorai CefitreJ; B-ACC 
Toimament at Atlanta. Ga. lOmni: 9- 
ACC Tournament at CnaWotre, NC 

ACC SERIES 
PROFILE 

•ferpfl at Hontt: 35-43 

Terps at Cole Retd House: 16-29 



Twps at Comcast C entW! 1-0 
Terps on the Boad;_ 



Terps at Neutral Si tes: 4-15 



Tfepps since 1953-54: 34-80 

last 10 Games: f : 

Current Streak: _ \[1 won ^ 

Umgest UM Win Streak; 5 
Longes t UNC Win Streak: : 1 
Largest Win Margin: <1G 35-56 on 

Feb 22 gpCG] 

Largest Loss Margin: jS (1G2-B6 on 
Wi-Z ' ■'- zz2 ;-2 3-^. 7.19481 
Most UM Points Scored: 1 12 



Most UNC Points Scored: 1G7 



NC State 
Maryland trails, 65.68 


2-27-25 


Nl L 


18-30 


1926-27 


A L 


23-38 


2-10-28 


H W 


36-24 


2-1-30 


H L 


26-28 


2-18-30 


A W 


21-19 


1-28-37 


A L 


33-35 



Oec^cf^ r,f a^^inr-"'- ■1^,ll*Ji..lJ--UJ.IJ.U 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

20Q2 Nauonal Champions 
Final Four • 2001 . 2002 
Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 



Maryland Men's BasJcelJP tT [ mj 




224.37 


H W 


41-35 


3-4-37 


A2L 


35-42 


2-4.39 


A L 


40-46 


3-3-39 


A2W 


53-29 


1 -26-40 


A W 


43-36 


2-24-44 


A2L 


23-42 


1-8-45 


A L 


32-46 


1-20-45 


H L 


42-57 


1-5-4B 


A W 


47-39 


1-19-46 


H W 


37-33 


3-13-47 


N3L 


43-55 


3-2-51 


A2L 


45-54 


1-13-55 


H W 


68-64 


2-13-55 


A L 


58-78 


1-12-56 


H L 


64-73 


2-18-56 


A W 


71-62 


1-19-57 


H W 


79-66 


2-16-57 


A W 


58-49 


1-20-58 


H L 


48-57 


2-15-58 


A L 


84-69 I30T1 


12-3-58 


H L 


53-55 


2-14-59 


A L 


37-53 


1-16-60 


H W 


63-53 


2-13-60 


A L 


46-48 


3-3-60 


A4 L 


58-74 


12-30-60 


A5L 


87-75 


1-21-61 


H W 


75-57 


2-13-61 


A L 


68-83 


12-12-61 


H L 


68-73 IDT) 


1-20-62 


A L 


61-68 


12-11-62 


H L 


74-78 (OTl 


1-19-63 


A L 


59-79 


12-10-63 


H W 


72-62 


1-18-54 


A L 


65-66 


12-8-64 


H L 


62-63 


1-16-65 


A L 


67-73 


3-5-65 


A4 L 


87-76 


12-7-65 


H W 


59-48 


1-15-66 


A L 


58-80(071 


12-7-66 


A W 


54-38 


1-7-67 


H W 


60-55 


12-6-87 


H L 


62-75 


1-6-88 


A L 


52-66 


3-7-68 


NBL 


54-63 


1-4-69 


A L 


59-85 


2-5-69 


H L 


81-86 


1-2-70 


N7L 


57-91 


2-4-70 


A L 


54-84 


3-5-70 


N6L 


57-67 


1-6-71 


H L 


81-83 


2-3-71 


A L 


61-71 


1-5-72 


H W 


83-70 


1-31-72 


A W 


66-65 


1-14-73 


H L 


85-87 


1-31-73 


A L 


78-88 


3-10-73 


NBL 


74-76 


1-13-74 


A L 


74-80 


1-30-74 


H L 


80-85 


3-9-74 


NBL 


iX-'23::' 


1-16-75 


H W 


103-65 


2-1-75 


A W 


96-97 


3-B-75 


NBL 


85-B7 


1-14-76 


A W 


87-69 


1-28-76 


H W 


102-84 


1-9-77 


H W 


87-80 


1-27-77 


A W 


75-73 


3-3-77 


NBL 


72-82 


1-11-78 


A L 


82-88 


1-25-78 


H L 


73-80 


3-1-78 


NBW 


los-iceam 


12-20-78 


H W 


124-110 


1-10-79 


A W 


BS-81 120T] 


1-10-80 


A L 


62-67 


1-23-80 


H W 


66-62 


12-20-80 


H W 


82-75 


2-25-81 


A W 


76-72 


12-12-81 


A L 


53-74 


2-24-82 


H L 


38-52 


3-5-82 


N8L 


26-40 


1-29-83 


H W 


86-81 


3-3-83 


A W 


67-58 


1-4-84 


A W 


59-55 


2-29-84 


H W 


63-50 


3-9-84 


NBW 


69-63 


1-2-85 


H W 


58-56 


2-27-85 


A W 


71-70 


1-23-86 


H L 


55-67 


2-13-BB 


A W 


67-66 


1-3-87 


A L 


47-69 


2-25-87 


H L 


72-65 


1-27-88 


H L 


81-83 


3-3-88 


A L 


66-74 



1-29-89 


H L 


87-90 


3-2-89 


A L 


77-94 


3-10-89 


N9W 


71-49 


1-27-90 


A L 


81-81 


2-28-90 


H W 


96-95 


1-26-91 


H W 


104-100 


2-27-91 


A L 


91-114 


1-11-92 


A L 


68-94 


2-13-92 


H W 


77-74 


1-23-93 


A W 


70-65 


2-24-93 


H W 


68-71 


3-11-93 


N6W 


76-55 


1-22-94 


H W 


102-70 


2-23-94 


A L 


71-79 


1-22-95 


A W 


84-67 


2-22-95 


H W 


84-71 


1-20-96 


H W 


77-74 IGTl 


2-22-96 


A W 


86-84 


1-12-97 


A W 


55-59 


2-5-97 


H W 


55-55 


3-8-97 


N8L 


58-65 


1-10-98 


A W 


68-65 


2-11-98 


H W 


78-63 


1-10-99 


H W 


94-48 


2-10-99 


A W 


63-50 


1-8-00 


A L 


66-68 


2-8-00 


H W 


78-73 


3-11-00 


N5W 


84-61 


1-21-01 


A W 


75-81 


2-20-01 


H W 


95-85 


12-30-01 


A W 


79-85 


2-3-02 


H W 


89-73 


3-9-02 


N6L 


82-66 


1-30-03 


H W 


75-60 


3-P-O? 


A W 


68-65 



: St Aflana, 
i^.- "_"nament at 

M^c- . '. ^ .."-,■ _jj Jo/iseumJ: 3- 
So. Cont. Tournament at Durham. 
NC. fOufce InOoor StaOium): d-ACC 
Tcxm^nantstRategh, N.C. (ReynoWs 
Coliseum): 5-Out/e Oasac at Ralegh, 
N.C. tReynolds Coliseum]. B-ACC 
Tournament at Charlotte. N.C 
(Charlotte Cofeeum); 7-at Green^xro. 
N.C. (Greensboro Coitseuml. 8-ACC 
Tournament at Greensboro. N.C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum): 3-ACC 
Toiimamert at AOanta. Ga. (Omni} 

ACC SERIES 
PROFILE 

Terp s at Home: 34-50 

Terps a t Cole Fi eld House: 59- IB 
Thrp g at Comcast Centar: 1-Q 

Tarp s on ^e_Road; 5 5-31 

Tepps at Neutral Sites: 5-17 

^s since 1953-54; 5B-57 

Last 10 Games; 5-c 

CwTsnt Streak; S-. ' ,von 2 

Longest UWWm Streak: 3 

Lwigest NCSU Win Strea k; 'Q 

Largest Win Margin; -E S-^-'lSon 

Jan IQ, 1955) 





c-JE' 2 '^ ■ 






Most UM Points Scopeii; ' li 
Most NCSU Points Scored: 110 


Northeastern 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


11-23-85 


H W 


64-72 


NorthiA/estern 

Maryland trails, 0-1 


12-B-5B 


A L 


62-66 


North Texas 

Maryland leads, VO 


12-23-98 


H W 


132-57 


Notre Dame 

Maryland trails, B-S 


1-4-75 


H W 


90-82 


3-20-75 


N1W 


83-71 


1-31-78 


A W 


69-63 


11-27-78 


H L 


79-80(011 


1-29-78 


A L 


54-83 


1-27-79 


H W 


87-66 


1-28-80 


A L 


63-64 


1-24-81 


H L 


70-73 


1-23-82 


A L 


51-55 


1-22-83 


H W 


68-67 


1-28-84 


A L 


47-52 


1-28-85 


H W 


77-65 


2-3-85 


A L 


62-69 



12-31-66 


H L 


50-63 


2-2-68 


A W 


78-75 


11-26-99 


N9W 


72-67 


12-7-03 


N3L 


87-79 



^^fCAA Toumamenc 3t Las Cnxes, 
N M IPan American Center]. 2- 
Preseason WT at New york. NY 
{MaOisor Square Garden); 3-BBST 
Classic at Wasfungcon, DC. fMCI 
Center) 



aid Oominion 

Maryland leads, 4-1 


2-2-83 


H W 


67-67 


1-21-84 


A W 


69-58 


2-4-55 


H W 


87-75 


1-24-87 


A L 


73-87 


2-8-88 


A W 


70-65 


Ohio Scace 

Maryland trails, S-3 


12-29-34 


H W 


50-41 


3-12-73 


HI L 


72-79 


12-1-83 


rj2L 


68-72 


12-11-84 


H W 


76-73 


11-30-85 


A L 


66-78 


I-NatJona/ InwtatJOn Tournament at 
Caiege Pari, MO. ICrte fieB House); 
a-at East RuthenfoftJ. N J (Brendan 
Byme Arena] 


Ohio U. 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-19-81 


H W 


90-64 


Ohio Wesleyan 

Maryland trails, 0^1 


12-19-49 


H L 


71-75 


Oklahoma 

The series is tied, 


3-S 


1-19-93 


N1 W 


89-78 


12-7-93 


N2L 


85-88 


2-24-01 


H W 


68-60 


12-21-01 


A L 


56-72 


t-at8stomore. Md (fetamone ArefB); 
2-et Okenoma Dty. Okia [The M/radJ 


Oklahoma State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 
I z-.i ■.■ :. 50-49 


■ ■.■;-;-; -.:i::-3 at Mempnis, 
'em iM«3-3ouEn CdseumJ 


Penn State 

Maryland leads, S>7 


' ZL- -SG 


H W 


84-47 


12-2-81 


A L 


65-71 


12-1-82 


H L 


61-62 


12-7-53 


A L 


62-91 


12-2-54 


H W 


72-71 


12-1-55 


A L 


51-65 


12-1-66 


H W 


78-53 


12-2-67 


A L 


71-78 


11-30-68 


H W 


65-55 


12-1-77 


N1W 


89-80 


12-7-78 


N1W 


69-61 


12-3-79 


N1 W 


56-55 


11-27-82 


N2L 


79-97 


12-8-83 


N1 W 


67-56 


3-19-90 


A3L 


78-90 



I-at Hershey. Pa (Hensney Perk 
AnenaJ, S-at Batemone. M3 IBa/nmore 
iSrenaJ, 3-Nation3( Invitatfon 
Toumament at State College, Pa. 
fRecresDon BujIflinqJ 

Pennsylvania 

Maryland trails, 3-18 

2-9-27 A W 26-21 

2-6-2B A L 26-30 

12-22-2B A L 16-30 

1-4-39 A L 24-36 

1-3-40 A L 34-41 

1-8-41 A L 32-43 

1-13-43 A L 49-51 

3-12-47 A L 54-60 

1-12-49 A L 67-81 

12-14-49 A L 52-54 

12-8-50 A L 65-74 

12-8-51 A L 52-53 

12-6-52 A L 53-70 

1-21-97 N1 W 103-73 

12-9-00 A W 87-81 

l-atBapmone, W fgaJonxme jlnenaJ 



Pepperdine 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


3-14-86 


Nl W 


69-64 


1-NCAA Tournament at Long Beacn, 
Catf (Ltyig Beet^ Anena) 


Pittsburgh 

Maryland leads, 5-1 


2-15-77 


H W 


88-75 


2-16-78 


A L 


86-89(011 


1-12-80 


H W 


95-86 


1-27-81 


A W 


69-66 (OTl 


12-27-96 


N1 W 


66-63 


11.25-98 


N2W 


67-52 


i-floi.-isovv C'^ssic at Honduiu. Haiva" 
(BfaisOeil Center], 2-Puerto R/co 
Shootout at Bay9TTcn, PR (Eugene 
Gue^ Sooncs [>Tipteri 


Princeton 

Maryland leeds, 5-3 


1924-25 


A L 


24-36 


1325-26 


H W 


32-26 


12-11-88 


H L 


63-72 


12-10-83 


A L 


67-75 


12-30-75 


HI W 


66-59 


12-4-7B 


H W 


58-45 


12-19-98 


N2W 


81-58 


12-2-01 


N3W 


81-53 


Mi (Coie PieU House); a-at Baftmxe, 
MO (fetamore ArenaJ; 3-BBST Dassc 
at Wash^igton. DC (MD Cetm-) 


Providence 

The series Is tied. 


n 


3-17-73 


Nl L 


89-103 


12-4-91 


N2W 


76.68 


r-NCAA Tournament at Cnartotte. 
NC. (Cha*tffi Colseim), 2-ACOBg 
East Challenge et Hartford. Conn. 
(Hartford DvK Center] 


Quantico Marines 

Maryland trails, 1-3 


12-11-43 


H L 


33-59 


12-21-45 


H L 


47-50 


1-3-47 


A W 


62-48 


Randolph Macon 

Maryland leads, 4.1 


1-9-29 


H L 


20-33 


1-5-36 


H W 


43-27 


12-14-39 


H W 


47-16 


12-29-63 


HI W 


58-52 


1-7-BB 


H W 


74-50 


1 -MaryianO (nvrtaOonS at Col^ Ps^, 
Ml IColc Field House] 


Rhode Island 

Maryland leads, S-1 


1.5-40 


A L 


53-59 


12-26-54 


Nl W 


83-56 


3-7-79 


H2W 


B7-B5(30T1 


l.AII.Amemcan Oty Touinament at 
Ownstoro. Ky.; 2.Naoonal Invitatjon 

Raid House) 


Richmond 

Maryland leads, E5.15 


9-9-24 


A W 


24-22 


1-12-25 


H W 


30-14 


2-9-34 


H L 


33-44 


2-9-35 


H L 


26-56 


1-16-36 


H W 


28-24 


12-17-36 


A L 


40-51 


12-16-37 


H L 


26-31 


12-13-38 


A L 


34-39 


3-2-39 


N1W 


47-32 


1-13-40 


H W 


35-19 


12-14-40 


H L 


36-48 


1-31-41 


A L 


17-36 


12-13-41 


A W 


41-23 


12-10-42 


H W 


32-26 


2-12-44 


A L 


34-65 


2-16-46 


H W 


37-31 


1-8-47 


H L 


39-41 


2-15-47 


A L 


49-68 


2-19-48 


H W 


60-53 


2-26-48 


A L 


62-64 


12-13-48 


H L 


45-54 


2-24-49 


A W 


66-51 


1-12-50 


A L 


49-59 


2-21-50 


H W 


67-48 



1-B-51 A W 48-42 
2-21-51 H W 42-33 
2-14-52 H W 55-45 
2-27-52 A W 54-50 
1-8-53 A W 63-50 (OT) 
2-3-53 H L 46-43 
1-4-54 A W 72-64 
1-11-54 H L 71-73 
1-2-71 H W 39-67 
2-22-72 H W 76-61 
12-2-72 A W 82-50 
1-2-74 A W 96-BO 
11-18-74 H W 10S-B1 
12-6-75 A W 99-71 
1-4-77 H W 90-87 
3-12-82 N2W BB-50 
l-So Conf Tournament at Raleigh. 
N C (Reyr^Os Coliseum), 2-NaDonaf 
InwtatKin Tournament at Ne^ york. 
N y O^^adison Souane Gandm] 



Rider 

Maryland leads, 3-0 

12-23-91 H W 83-63 
11-30-93 H W 93-79 
12-13-95 H W 83-57 

Rutgers 

The 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 55-61 
12-27-90 N1W 86-81 
12-26-91 N2 L 73-35 
1 -ECAC Holiday FesDval at (yew Vork , 
N y (Medison Square Garden); 2- 
Festa Bowl Oassc at Tucstjn. Arc 
McKais Car^:erl 



Sacramento 
State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-24-69 Nl W 98-S8 
l-Chaminade Chn/srmas Classic at 
Honolulu, Ha>v3N (Stoflell Center) 



St. Francis CPa.i 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-30-55 H1W 75-66 
1 Md-lVintB- Festwa) at CcJiege Per*:. 
Md (Cde F;elQ Hoise) 

St. John's 
[Annapolis] 

Maryland leads, 9-5 

1-23-14 A L 10-46 

2-7-14 A L 15-3B 

1-25-28 H W 25-22 

1-26-29 H W 20-18 

2-25-30 H W 42-25 

2-17-31 H W 32-27 

2-17-32 H W 24-20 

2-16-33 H W 34-22 

2-15-34 H L 32-37 

3-2-35 H L 17-24 

2-12-36 H W 40-28 

2-23-37 A L 37-39 

2-23-38 H W 38-29 

2-15-39 A W 48-20 



St. John's 

Maryland trails, 1.8 

1-2-42 A L 48-64 
12-30-71 HI W 90-63 
3-18-99 N2 L 82-76 
1 -MarylanO hvTtational at Colfege Pertt, 
Md (Cole Field House); 2-NCAA 
Tournament at Knoxville. Tenn, 
(Thmnpson-Bolinq Arena) 

St. Joseph's 

Maryland leads, 3.1 

3-18-72 Nl W 67-55 
12-29-78 H2W 82-56 (On 
12-30-80 H2W 74-57 

12-8-82 H L 5S-64 

l.P\laDonal Invitation Tournament at 
New york, N y (Madison Souare 
Garden); S.Manyland InvitaDonel at 
College Parti, Ma, (Cole Fietf House) 



St. Louis 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


3-17-94 


NIW 


74-66 


t-NCAA Tournament at Wchita. Kan 
(Kansas Col'SSurrH 


St. Peter's 
Maryland leads, 1-0 


11-27-81 


H W 


49-42 


San Francisco 

Maryland leads, S.O 

12-21-73 NIW 7B-BD 


11-17-99 


H2W 


71-61 


t -CaOle Car Dassc at OalclenO, Calif 
iOaklanl Codseum); 2-Preseason NIT 
at Colege Park, Md (Cole Fieio House) 


Santa 

The series 


Ciara 

5 tied, 1.1 


12.22-73 


m; w 


53-32 


3-15-95 


N2L 


79-91 


t-CaOle Car Class,.c at OaJdand, Catif 
(Oakland Coliseum]; 2-NCAA 

Events OitET) 


Seton Hall 

Maryland leads, S-1 


12-30-41 


A L 


15-59 


2-20-71 


A W 


58-55 


12-29-75 


HI W 


104-69 


I -Maryland invitatMnal at Cblege fe* , 

Md (Cote Reld House) 


Siena 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


3-15-02 


Nl W 


65-70 


1.MCAA Tournament 3t IVashingtcyi. 
DC IMCICentE') 


South Carolina 

Maryland leads, 31.36 


1924-25 


H W 


38-22 


2-24-33 


Nl L 


28-85 


1-4-35 


H W 


35-21 


1-29-40 


A L 


30-33 


1-16-48 


H W 


66-54 


2-21-48 


A W 


54-53 


2-8-49 


H W 


79-49 


2-19-49 


A W 


57-56 


2-13-50 


H L 


58-61 


2-24-50 


A L 


44-59 


2-2-51 


A L 


43-70 


2-12-51 


H W 


47-37 


12-3-53 


A W 


53-49 


12-18-53 


H W 


79-46 


1-4-55 


H W 


68-51 


1-10-55 


A W 


68-52 


1-4-55 


H W 


76-57 


1-9-55 


A W 


59-53 


1-5-57 


A L 


60-68 


1-14-57 


H W 


66-59 


3-8-57 


N2L 


64-74 


1-3-58 


A W 


72-59 


3-1-58 


H W 


99-59 


1-9-59 


A W 


59-41 


2-27-59 


H W 


75-45 


1-8-60 


H W 


85-52 


2-27-80 


A W 


72-55 


1-7-81 


H W 


72-56 


2-11-81 


A L 


61-64 


1-8-82 


H L 


77-86 


2-9-82 


A L 


68-85 


1-5-83 


H W 


88-63 


2-11-83 


A W 


51-44 


1-6-84 


H L 


83-731011 


2-29-64 


A L 


84-74 


1-9-85 


A W 


75-70 


2-27-65 


H W 


73-53 


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 L 


53-80 


3-9-67 


N3L 


54-57 


12-9-67 


H W 


66-65 


1-3-68 


A L 


59-68 


12-7-68 


A L 


67-79 


1-8-69 


H L 


67-69 


3-6-69 


N4L 


71-32 


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(071 



3-11-71 


N3L 


53-71 


12-28-67 


H W 


82-77 


12-5-88 


A L 


51-57 


12-1-89 


N5L 


51-52 


12-29-90 


N6W 


78-69 


11-14-97 


N7L 


72-78 (OT) 



1-So Conf Tournament at Rategfi, 
N C. (HeynoWs Cci(seum), 2-ACC 
TotmsmencatRaiei^, N C. (Reynotts 
CoJ'seumJ, 3-ACC Tournament at 
Greensboro, N C (Greensboro 
Co'iseumJ, 4-ACC Tournament at 
CfBrtotte, N.C. (Chartotte Coliseum); 
5-Cencra/ Rde/fty Oassc at RpcfimontJ, 
Va- (Bobbins Center),' 6-ECAC Holiday 
Festival at New Vonk, N Y (Madison 
Square Garden); 7-S/aci; Coaches 
Assoc. Oassc at Mmneapote, Minn 
ITanget Center) 

South Carolina 
State 

Maryland leadsi 1-Q 



12-37-E 



H W 104-70 



Southern 
California 

Maryland le ads, 3-D 



• W B3-79 

£-!5-a0 A W 64-65 
11-ga-gQ H W 72-59 

1 -MayancJ Invitatxyia/ at Coliege F&Tk , 
Md (Cote Field Housa' 



Southern Illinois 

Maryland trails, D-1 

1g-gg-G7 Nl L 7g-73(QT) 
1 -Sun Carrwal Tournament at B Peso. 
Teaas tMemonal GymnasmmJ 

South Florida 

Maryland leads. 2-0 

1 ■23-90 H W B4-66 
1-19-91 A W B7-81 



Stanford 

Maryland leads, 3-0 

12-2B-S5 NIW 67-65 
12-6-98 NSW 62-60 
3-24-01 N3W 87-73 
1 -Hawaii-Pacific Tournament at 
Wa/luku. Hawaii (War Memorial 
Coi/seum). 2-BBfiT Classic st 
Washington, D,C. (MD Center); 3- 
NCAA Tournament at Anaham. Calf. 
(Arrwfiead Pond of Anaheim) 



Staunton Military 

Maryland trails, 0-1 

1910-11 A L 24-58 



Stevens Institute 

Maryland leads, 4-1 

1924-25 A W 2M9 
1924-25 H W 21-17 
1925-26 H L 24-27 
1926-27 H W 27-18 
1-30-2B H W 31-24 

Stony Brook 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-B-QD H W 107-59 

Syracuse 

Maryland leads, 5-0 

3-20-72 NIW 71-65 
12-30-72 H2W 90-76 

3-15-73 N3W 91-75 
12-29-76 H2W 96-85 

12-6-80 A4W 83-73 
i-Nanonal Invrtaoon Tournament be 
New York. N.Y. (Madison Square 
Gardenl: S-Maryland Invitafor^al at 
College Park. Md. (Cole Feld House): 
3-NCAA Tournament at Charlotte 
N.C iChariOxe CoteeumJ. 4-Carrer 
Classic at Syracuse, N.Y fCamer 
Pome) 



All-Time Records 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 
Final Four '2001, 2002 
Sweet Sixteen < 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995. 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999. 2000, 2001, 2002, 



20031 



TBmpa 

Maryland leada, i-O 


1-3D-54 


A W 


B1-51 


12-S2-7D 


H W 


80-72 


Temple 

The series is tied, 


3.3 


12448 


A L 


49-67 


3- 14-58 


N1 L 


67-71 


12-2979 


H2W 


85-63 


2-2a-98 


N3W 


83-6B 


2-1 3-00 


A L 


65-73 


11-9-01 


N4W 


82-74 



1-NCM Tournament aC Charlotte 
N.C. tCfiartotte Co/'seum), 2-MaryJand 
Inwtational at College Park, Md. fCo/e 
Field House), 3-Bt Bs/Cimore. Md, 
(Baltimore Arena), 4-Co3ches vs. 
Cancer IKON Classic at New York. 
N. Y (Madison Square GarcfenJ 



Tennessee 

The sarias is tied, 


e-s 


12-5-49 A L 


40-81 


12-20-B3 N1 L 


59-70 


3-8-80 N2W 


86-75 


11-25-84 N3W 


72-49 



1 -VPI Toumamenc at Blacksburg. Va 
[Virginia Tech Coliseum), 2-NCAA 
Tournament at Greensboro. N.C 
{Greensboro Coliseum!, 3-GreBt 
Alaska Shootout at Anchorage, Alaska 
iSulhvan Arena) 

Tennessee- 
Chattanooga 

Maryland leads, S-D 

3-1g-81 N1W 61-69 
3-17-83 Ngw 52-51 
l-NCM Toumamenc at Dayton, Ohio 
lOa^ton Arena). 2-NCAA Tournament 
at Houston, Texas IThe Summit) 

Texas-El Paso 

Maryland trails, Q-B 

ig-gi-G7 A1 L 53-70 
ig-3Q-SB AgL 51-69 
1-Sun Camivs/ Tournament at El Paso. 
Texas (Memorial Gymnasium): 2-Sun 
Bowl Tournament at B Raso, Texas 
fSpeaa) Events Center) 

Texas 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

3-18-95 N1W 82-68 
1-NCAA Toumameni: at Saft Lake Dty, 
Utah tJon Huntsman Centerl 



Texas Christian 

Maryland leads, 1 -0 



11-g5-E 



N1W 74-67 



1 -Freedom Bowl Classic at Irvine, Calif. 
fSnen E^'ents Center) 

Texas Tech 

Maryland leads, 1 -0 

12-27-54 N1 W 58-54 
1 -AK-Amencan City Tournament at 
Owensbono, Ky. 



Tulsa 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-28-64 N1W 66-59 
l-Hurricane Classic at Miami, Fla. 
(Miami Beach Convention CenterJ 



L/C Irvine 

Maryland leads, 1-Q 
ig-11-9D H W 93-79 



UCLA 

Maryland trails, 8-5 

12-1 -73 A L 64-65 
1g.g8-74 HI L 75-81 
1g-g9-61 A L 57-90 
1g-g3-6g H W BO-79(gOTl 

ig-9-95 N2L 63-73 
11-g7-g8 N3W 70-54 

3-18-00 N4L 70-105 
1-Maryfand(nvitationai at Cdliege Pert, 
Md. (Cofe Field House); 2-John Wooden 
Classic at Anahem, Calif. (Arrowhead 
Pond of Anaheim); 3-Puerto Rico 
Shootout at Sayamon, P R. (Eugenio 
Guerra Sports Complex); *J-NCAA 
Tournament at Minneapolis, Minn, 
IHHH Metrodome) 



L/C Sanfcs 

Barbara 

Maryland leads, l-D 

3-18-88 N1W 9g-8g 
1-NCAA Tournament at Cincinnati. 
Ohio (Ri^grfront Coliseum) 

UNC Asheville 

Maryland leads, 1-Q 

12-22-97 H W 110-52 



UIMC Charlotte 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-22-75 H W 70-60 



UNC Greensboro 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

g-gs-gg h w b4-55 



UNC Wilnjington 

Maryland leads, 8-0 

ig-g7-97 H W 74-36 
3-gi-03 N1W 75-73 
l-NCAA Tournament at Nashville, 
Tenn. K^ylord Entertainment Center) 

UNLV 

Maryland trails, 1-4 

g-4-78 H W 81-69 

ig-4-78 A L 99-94 

1-19-85 A L 76-79 

ig-7-85 H L 61-64 

3-16-86 N1 L 64-70 

l-IVCAA Tournament at Long Beach. 
Calif. (Long Beachi Arena) 

U.S. Merchant 
Marines 

Maryland trails, 1-3 

2-27-45 A L 41-54 



To ivs on 

Maryland leads. 



1&-D 



12-9-61 H W 75-59 

ig-14-Sg H W 66-56 

g-gi-95 H W 91-38 

ig-13-95 H W 91-58 

1-5-97 H W 79-71 

11-26-90 H W 93-69 

12-21-91 H W 83-78 

12-23-92 H W 79-68 

12-g3-83 N1W 109-71 

12-12-94 H W 120-73 

11-27-95 N1W 70-67 

11-30-96 H W 93-76 
1 - at Baltimore. Md, fSatamor 
Arena) 



Tulane 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

11-19-99 HI W 78-70 
1-Preseason NfTat College Park, Md. 
(Cole Field House) 



2-14-4 6 H W 43-39 
2-26-4 6 " A L 31-48 
g- 19-47 A L 47-73 



Utah 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

11-22-94 N1W 90-79 
T-Maui Invitational at Lahaina, Hawaii 
(Lahaina Civic Center) 



Utah State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

3-12-98 N1 W 82-68 
l-NCAA Tournament at Sacramento, 
(2alif (Arco Arena) 



Valparaiso 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

3-11-99 N1W 82-60 
1-NCAA Tournament at 
Orlando. Ra. fPrfando ArenaJ 



Vanderbilt 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-28-57 


N1 W 


71-56 


1 -Sugar Sow! Tournament aC New 
Orleans. La (Loyola Field House! 




Villanova 

Maryland trails, 1-3 


1-27-85 


H W 


77-74 


3-22-85 


N1 L 


43-48 


2-1-88 


A L 


62-64 


1-NCAA Tournament at BrmnghBm. 
Ala, (Sirminqliam Col(seum) 


Virginia 

Maryland leads, 9S-63 


1923-24 


H L 


13-28 


1924-25 


H W 


24-18 


1924-25 


A W 


36-25 


1925-26 


A L 


28-34 


1925-26 


H W 


30-21 


1928-27 


A L 


17-22 


1928-27 


H W 


29-28 (OT) 


1-27-28 


H W 


28-20 


2-13-28 


A L 


12-34 


1-15-23 


A W 


30-22 


2-1 -2S 


H L 


22-25 


1-14-30 


H W 


54-20 


2-15-30 


H W 


51-29 


2-2-31 


A L 


31-34 


2-13-31 


H W 


34-21 


1-21-32 


A W 


36-31 


2-13-32 


H W 


46-18 


1-31-33 


A L 


19-26 


2-9-33 


H W 


37-28 


1-28-34 


AW 


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 W 


39-23 


1-28-39 


H W 


31-21 


2-841 


A L 


18-47 


1-9-42 


A W 


35-34 


1-29-42 


H W 


38-26 


1-9-43 


H W 


53-49 


2-15-43 


AW 


56-42 


1-B-44 


A L 


20-52 


2-544 


H L 


28-49 


2-3-45 


A L 


28-57 


2-10-45 


H L 


33-61 


1-23-46 


A L 


4548 


2-9-46 


H W 


37-36 


1-12-48 


A L 


44-84 


2-18-48 


H L 


5B-BS 


12-18-48 


H L 


47-53 


1-7-49 


A L 


43-79 


12-6-49 


A L 


5B-B8 


2-14-50 


H W 


70-52 


12-1-50 


H W 


59-57 


12-13-50 


A W 


48-43 


12-2-51 


A W 


5942 


1-7-52 


H W 


83-53 


12-2-52 


H W 


71-81 


1-5-53 


A W 


59-56 


1-5-54 


H W 


70-64 


1-18-54 


A W 


70-56 


12-14-54 


A W 


72-69 


1-6-55 


H W 


78-65 


3-3-55 


N1 L 


67-88(071 


12-2-55 


H W 


87-55 


2-23-56 


A L 


80-73 


12-1-58 


A W 


87-83 


1-1-57 


N2W 


43-39 


2-12-57 


H W 


85-84 


3-7-57 


N1W 


71-88 


2-7-5B 


A W 


87-68 


2-18-58 


H W 


69-58 


3-6-58 


N1 W 


70-68 


12-10-58 


H W 


B3-5B 


2-18-59 


A L 


50-82 


3-5-59 


N1 L 


85-86 


12-9-59 


H W 


70-82 


2-10-60 


A W 


44-43 


ia-3-80 


A W 


57-52 


2-22-81 


H W 


77-62 


12-18-61 


A W 


91-70 


2-21 -62 


H L 


68-72 


12-15-62 


A W 


87-61 


2-18-63 


H L 


69-71 


12-2-63 


H W 


88-58 



2-20-64 


A L 


73-79 


12-5-64 


A L 


59-81 


2-17-65 


H W 


52-47 


1-5-6B 


H L 


62-65 


2- 16-88 


A W 


71-64 


12-13-68 


A W 


85-65 


2-13-87 


H W 


87-78 


2-13-88 


H W 


85-78 


2-28-88 


A L 


88-70 


1-16-69 


H L 


77-78 


2-15-89 


A L 


78-84 


2-11-70 


A L 


89-71 


2-28-70 


H W 


79-71 


2-1D-71 


A L 


63-78 


3-6-71 


H W 


89-84 (OTl 


12-8-71 


A L 


57-78 


34-72 


H W 


45-42 


3-10-72 


N3W 


62-57 


1-9-73 


H W 


93-74 


3-3-73 


A W 


92-81 


2-8-74 


A W 


88-81 


3-2-74 


H W 


110-75 


2-4-75 


H W 


88-79 


2-19-75 


A W 


70-51 


2-4-76 


A W 


89-86 


2-28-76 


H W 


81-73 


3-5-7B 


N4 L 


85-73 


2-2-77 


H W 


82-67 


2-2B-77 


A L 


68-77 


2-1-78 


A L 


64-66 


2-25-7B 


H L 


70-78 


1-31-79 


H L 


63-69 


2-21-79 


A L 


72-75 


1-30-80 


A W 


83-81 


2-23-80 


H W 


82-71 


1-14-B1 


H L 


84-86 


2-28-81 


A L 


83-74 


3-6-81 


IM4W 


85-82 


1-12-82 


A L 


40-45(011 


2-27-82 


H W 


47-46(01) 


1-8-83 


H L 


64-83 


3-7-83 


A L 


81-83 


1-31-84 


A W 


67-68 


3-4-84 


H W 


74-65 


1-30-85 


H W 


71-58 


3-3-85 


A W 


80-55 


1 -19-86 


A L 


49-70 


3-1-86 


H W 


87-72 


1-10-87 


H L 


84-71 


3-1-87 


A L 


77-82 


1-20-88 


A L 


72-84 


3-5-B8 


H W 


69-63 


1-17-89 


H L 


58-64 (OTl 


3-5-89 


A L 


58-88 


1-17-90 


A W 


74-72 


3-3-90 


H W 


89-74 


1-16-91 


H L 


62-78 


3-2-91 


A W 


78-74(011 


1-29-92 


A L 


75-82 


3-7-92 


H L 


74-76 


24-93 


H L 


88-70 


3-6-93 


A L 


74-88 


2-2-94 


A L 


BB-73 


3-5-94 


H W 


70-68 


3-11-94 


N5L 


63-69 


2-1-95 


H W 


71-62 


3-5-95 


A L 


67-92 


2-1-96 


A W 


80-72 


3-2-96 


H W 


83-71 


1-4-97 


H W 


78-62 


3-2-97 


A L 


74-81 


2-1-98 


H W 


77-70 


2-24-98 


A W 


74-86 


1-7-99 


A W 


71-66 


2-8-99 


H W 


88-72 


2-2-OD 


H W 


91-79 


3-4-00 


A L 


87-89(011 


1-31-01 


A L 


78-99 


3-3-01 


H W 


102-87 


1-31-02 


A W 


91-87 


3-3-02 


H W 


112-92 


2-6-03 


H L 


78-86 


3-8-03 


A L 


78-80 (Oil 



ACC SERIES 
PROFILE 

Teppa at Home: 57 -20 
Terp s at Cole Fie^ 



I -ACC Tournament at flafeigh, NC 
(Reynolds Coheisum). 3-AII-American 
City Tournament at Owensboro, Ky.; 
3-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, 
N.C (Greensboro Coliseum); d-ACC 
Tournament at Landover, Md (Coital 
Centre); 5-ACC Tournament at 
Charlotte. N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum) 



T^p s at Comcast Center; QJ_ 

TVps on tha Road: 33-^E 

"ferps at Neutral Sites: 5-5 

^ps eincB 1953-S4! 6 5-44 

Last 10 Games: r-4 

Current Streak: _VA w pr g 
Longest UM Win Stre^J 1 



Longest UVA Win Streak: 5 

LBPgest Win Margin: 35 1102-67 
on March 3, 2001: 110-75 on 
March g, 19741 



on Jan, 7, 1949) 


36 (7943 


Most UM Points Sewedi 112 


Most UVA Points Scorld: 99 




Virginia Military 
Institute CVMI) 

Msryland laads, 41-10 


1-28-11 


A W 


17-14 


24-14 


A L 


344 


1923-24 


H L 


12-21 


1923-24 


N1 W 


34-19 


1925-26 


A W 


30-21 


1926-27 


A W 


32-15 


1-14-28 


A W 


23-9 


2-5-29 


A W 


30-27 


2-12-30 


A W 


44-25 


2-22-30 


H W 


39-21 


1-9-31 


A W 


35-18 


1-30-31 


H W 


44-20 


1-18-32 


A W 


43-28 


1-26-32 


H W 


38-20 


1-13-33 


A L 


29-30 


2-14-33 


H W 


45-29 


2-13-34 


H W 


38-27 


1-8-35 


H W 


39-24 


1-7-38 


H W 


44-29 


1-11-36 


A W 


53-32 


1-9-37 


A W 


48-28 


2-13-37 


H W 


45-28 


1-8-38 


AW 


42-27 


2-11-38 


H W 


43-33 


2-18-39 


H W 


53-35 


2-7-40 


A W 


60-33 


2-2040 


H W 


27-25 


1-1541 


A L 


30-64 


2-1841 


H L 


27-41 


2-2-42 


A L 


41-48 


2-27-42 


H W 


39-38 


1-18-43 


A L 


34-35 


2-25-43 


H L 


35-36 


1-15-44 


H W 


43-36 


2-19-44 


A W 


31-29 


1-13-45 


H W 


46-28 


2-5-45 


A L 


27-35 


1-18-47 


A W 


51-50 


3-1-47 


H W 


53-45 


12-18-47 


A W 


53-48 


1-17-48 


H W 


83-48 


2-4-49 


A W 


5345 


2-28-49 


H W 


70-55 


2-1-50 


H W 


85-53 


2-8-50 


A L 


81-82 


2-8-51 


A W 


4641 


2-24-51 


H W 


6546 


12-18-51 


A W 


57-39 


2-9-52 


H W 


64-46 


12-17-52 


A W 


54-37 


2-12-53 


H W 


6741 


1-So Conf 
(3a 


Tournament St Atlanta 


Virginia Tech 

Maryland Isads, 23-4 


1925-26 


A W 


19-17 


1925-26 


H W 


30-14 


1-12-S8 


A W 


29-20 


2-23-28 


H W 


30-10 


2-4-29 


A L 


29-39 


1-25-30 


H W 


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 


A W 


29-24 


1-20-34 


H W 


34-32 


1-31-38 


H W 


42-35 



1-19-40 


H W 


4941 


2-2141 


H L 


39-48 


1-17-47 


A W 


57-48 


2-17-47 


H W 


55-42 


12-9-48 


H W 


80-51 


12-349 


A L 


57-83 


1-15-51 


H L 


57-86 


1-12-53 


H W 


85-46 


2-6-53 


A W 


70-56 


12-17-53 


H W 


60-52 


2-5-54 


A W 


54-41 


1-29-90 


H W 


89-80 


2-18-91 


A W 


82-67 


Wagner 

Maryland leads, i-0 

ia-5-BD N1W 96-73 


1-4-03 


H W 


79-57 


1 -earner Class/c at Syracuse, N.Y. 
IC^mer Dome) 


Wake Forest 

Maryland leads, SE-SI 


3-6-53 


N1 L 


59-81 (OTl 


12-5-53 


A L 


54-71 


2-15-54 


H W 


74-53 


3-5-54 


N2L 


58-84(011 


12-10-54 


H L 


58-62(011 


2-21-55 


A L 


71-75 


12-10-55 


H W 


61-51 


2-20-58 


A L 


60-76 


12-10-56 


H W 


59-53 


2-18-57 


A L 


58-62 


12-13-57 


H W 


72-58 


2-8-58 


A W 


74-67 


12-20-58 


H W 


68-85 


2-7-59 


A L 


53-58 


12-18-59 


H L 


47-54 


2-6-60 


A L 


84-85 


12-17-60 


H L 


80-72 


2-4-61 


A L 


89-78 


3-3-61 


N2L 


76-98 


12-15-61 


H W 


79-62 


2-17-62 


A L 


78-81 


12-19-82 


H L 


74-85 


2-14-83 


A L 


54-75 


2-28-83 


N2L 


41-80 


1-20-84 


A W 


91-82 


2-14-84 


H L 


77-79 


12-18-84 


H W 


82-64 


1-14-85 


A W 


93-85(011 


12-4-65 


H W 


87-86 


9-7-66 


A W 


88-78(011 


12-20-66 


H L 


59-88 


34-67 


A L 


64-78 


12-14-67 


A L 


60-73 


2-17-68 


H W 


87-74 


12-14-88 


A L 


87-95 


1-3-89 


A3L 


71-93 


12-13-89 


H L 


87-104 


1-3-70 


A3W 


98-88 


12-12-70 


H W 


72-71 


3-2-71 


A L 


88-72 


1-10-72 


A3W 


4948 


3-1-72 


H W 


84-58 (on 


1-22-73 


H W 


105-76 


2-28-73 


A L 


80-82 


3-9-73 


N4W 


73-85 


1-11-74 


A W 


72-59 


2-27-74 


H W 


77-58 


124-74 


AW 


99-78 


1-11-75 


H W 


89-73 


1-10-76 


A3L 


93-96 


2-25-76 


H W 


105-91 


1-8-77 


H L 


85-86 (OTl 


2-22-77 


A3W 


81-80 


1-7-76 


A3L 


75-84 


2-22-78 


H W 


91-89 


1-5-79 


H L 


80-68 


2-19-79 


A3W 


54-53 


1-5-80 


A W 


84-78 


2-20-80 


H W 


83-77 


2-4-81 


A L 


80-87 


2-21-81 


H W 


94-80 


2-3-82 


H W 


81-56 


2-20-82 


A3L 


4246 


2-9-83 


A3L 


66-79 


2-26-83 


H W 


.83-75 


2-8-84 


A3L 


87-90 (20T1 


2-26-84 


H W 


90-79 


3-10-84 


N4W 


68-64 


2-6-85 


A W 


64-62 





■-m 


1 


basketball 


2-24-85 


H W 


69-66 


1-28-86 


H W 


77-55 


2-26-86 


A3W 


59-48 


2-2-87 


A L 


58-69 


2-22-87 


H L 


88-75 


1-2-88 


H W 


93-78 


2-27-88 


A3W 


70-85 


14-89 


A L 


80-70 


2-25-89 


H L 


61-75 


1-4-90 


H W 


88-82 


2-24-90 


A L 


74-84 


1-2-91 


A L 


62-74 


2-23-91 


H W 


88-78 


1-22-92 


H L 


76-88 


3-5-92 


AW 


77-85 


1-18-93 


H L 


73-85 


2-17-93 


A L 


64-88 


1-15-94 


A W 


61-58 


2-16-94 


H W 


81-58 


1-14-95 


H W 


76-66 


2-15-95 


A L 


54-63 


1-13-96 


A L 


84-77 


2-15-96 


H L 


78-85 


1-19-97 


A W 


54-51 


2-1-97 


H L 


89-74 


1-17-98 


A L 


80-72 


2-19-98 


H L 


79-83 


12-3-98 


H W 


92-89 


1-31-99 


A L 


72-85 


1-19-00 


H W 


71-53 


2-19-00 


A W 


73-67 


1-17-01 


H W 


81-71 


2-17-01 


A W 


73-57 


3-9-01 


N5W 


71-53 


1-23-02 


A W 


85-83 


2-24-02 


H W 


90-89 


1-15-03 


A L 


72-81 


2-17-03 


H W 


90-87 



ISo. Conf. Tournament at flateigh, 
N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum), 2-ACC 
Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds 
Coliseum); 3-at Greensboro, N.C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum); A-ACC 
Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum); 5-ACC 
Tournament at AWents, Ge. (Georgia 
Dome) 

'xcrsmms — 

PROPiLE 

Terps at H ame: 33-1 6 

TVps at Cote Field Housb! 31-15 

Thrps at C omcast Center: '-0 

ThrpB on the Road: ". sZ 

Terpa at Neutral Sitae; 3-4 
Terps since 1953-54; 5B 50 

LastID Games: 8-2 

Current Streak; ' ■.■i_,'.:-* 1__ 

Longest UM Win Strealc '__ 

Longest WFU Win Streak:" 6 
Largest Win Msrgini 29 [105-76 

onJa[^22, 19731 

Largest Lobe Margin: 39 [80-41 

Most UM Points Scored; 105 



Most WFU Points Scopad! 1 04 





Washington 
College 

Maryland leads, 13-4 


1924-25 


H L 


18-27 


1925-26 


H W 


30-28 


1926-27 


H L 


18-22 


1928-27 


A L 


18-21 


2-17-28 


H W 


22-20 


2-11-31 


H L 


32-33 


2-10-32 


H W 


36-16 


2-6-33 


H W 


35-27 


2-17-34 


H W 


44-33 


1-18-35 


H W 


43-27 


1-23-36 


H W 


48-34 


2-18-36 


A W 


58-30 


1-20-37 


H W 


41-20 


2-16-38 


A W 


43-42 


2-24-39 


H W 


47-37 


2-22-41 


H W 


28-18 


1-16-42 


H W 


28-25 



CDecscJG i=tf C3i=tminsm 




—A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Cnsmpions 
Final Four ' 2001 , 2009 
Sweet Sixteen > 1994. 1995, 1998, 1399, 2001. 2002. 2003 
3 NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, '.991. 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 



Maryland Men's Basketbattl^ tm J ^ 




Washington S Lee 

Maryland leads, Sl-Se 


1910-11 


A L 


17-48 


1-31-11 


H L 


24-29 


2-3-14 


A L 


8-B3 


1323-24 


H W 


22-21 


1925-26 


H W 


40-27 


1925-2B 


A W 


33-20 


1926-27 


H W 


44-32 


1926-27 


A L 


32-34 


12-19-27 


H W 


36-24 


1 -13-26 


A W 


31-28 


2-2-29 


H L 


22-47 


2-B-2g 


A L 


16-42 


2-3-30 


H L 


25-29 


2-13-30 


A L 


21-36 


1-10-31 


A W 


36-21 


2-3-31 


H W 


26-17 


1-15-32 


A W 


42-38 


2-15-32 


H W 


49-19 


1-14-33 


A L 


40-43 


2-11-33 


H W 


46-28 


3-1-34 


N1 L 


37-45 


2-1B-35 


H L 


29-33 


1 -10-36 


A L 


27-30 


2-11-36 


H L 


54-55 


3-6-36 


N1 L 


32-38 


1-S-37 


A L 


27-51 


2-1B-37 


H L 


35-41 


1-7-3B 


A L 


29-31 


2-5-3S 


H W 


36-32 


2-11-39 


H W 


39-37 


1-20-40 


H L 


2544 


2-8-40 


A L 


19-39 


2-28-40 


N1 W 


43-30 


1-14-41 


A L 


41-59 


2-6-41 


H L 


15-42 


2-3-42 


A L 


44-52 


2-7-42 


H L 


28-30 


1-15-43 


A L 


40-50 


2-13-43 


H W 


55-35 


1-18-47 


A W 


85-80 


1-31-47 


H W 


59-50 


12-17-47 


A L 


64-70 



2-7-46 H lAl 64-38 



2-5-49 


A W 


66-80 


12-10-49 


H W 


65-46 


12-16-50 


H W 


52-43 


2-7-51 


A L 


65-83 


12-5-51 


H W 


71-51 


12-19-51 


A W 


51-43 


12-16-52 


A W 


56-40 


2-14-53 


H W 


87-56 


2-4-54 


A W 


51-25 


2-11-54 


H W 


7B-43 


1-So, Conf. ToumaniBit 3t Bslash. N.C. 
fFfeyroids CoteeuT-J 


Washington 
Y.M.C.A. 

Maryland trails, 0-1 


1904-05 


L 




West Virginia 

Maryland trails, \^SZ 


1925-26 


H W 


25-15 


1-5-34 


A L 


24-28 


1-2-35 


H L 


29-39 


2-10-36 


A L 


26-51 


12-19-41 


A L 


36-63 


2-14-42 


H L 


27-41 


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 


38-3S 


12-13-52 


H W 


52-45 


12-14-53 


A L 


71-87 


12-14-63 


H W 


74-72 


2-5-64 


A L 


67-91 


12-12-84 


H L 


73-80 [QT) 


2-10-85 


A W 


86-78 


12-21-65 


A L 


74-76 


2-12-66 


H W 


107-92 


1-11-67 


A W 


82-81 (OTl 


1-28-67 


H L 


58-61 


1-10-68 


H W 


79-75 


2.10-88 


A L 


68-83 


12-4-88 


A L 


B5-88 



2-8-69 H VV 91-84 

1-7-70 H W 83-76 

2-25-70 A L 78-83 

2-27-71 H L 81-83 

3-17-84 N1W 102-77 

12-1-84 H W 56-47 

12-12-85 A W 42-41 

1-2 1-67 H W 85-82 

12-5-67 A L 49-75 

12-27-68 H L 61-89 

12-1-90 A L 85-90 

12-7-91 H W 101-91 

12-5-92 A L 72-86 

7 -NCAA Tcxjmamefic at Sirmngfiam. 

AS3 CBirmngfiafn CoJsetjmJ 

Western Carolina 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

11-14-98 H W 113-48 



Western 
Kentucky 

Maryland leads, S-Q 

12-29-71 H1W 103-67 
12-28-77 H1W 91-78 
1 -Maryland Invicaxna/ at Cotege ^^. 
Md. aaefieMHousel 



Western Maryland 

Maryland leads, 18-0 

1 926-27 H vv 32-25 

2-24-28 H W 30-29 

2-15-23 H W 32-17 

2-6-30 H W 37-16 

2-14-31 H W 45-35 

2-12-32 H W 25-15 

2-18-33 H W 37-32 

2-10-34 H W 49-33 

1-14-37 H W 48-36 

12-12-39 H W 48-32 

12-17-46 H W 49-39 

12-11-47 A W 63-58 



Wichita State 

Maryl and leads, 1-0 



12-26-56 


N1 W 


95-63 


1-OaHocte ifwiBDtyia/ ac Dartocte, 
N.C (Chsrtocte CoOsajmJ 


Widener College 

Maryland trails, 0-8 


1310-11 


A L 


13-50 


2-26-14 


A L 




William S Mary 
Maryland leads, SS-B 


12-2Q-28 


H W 


30-20 


12-13-29 


H W 


27-23 


1-30-36 


H W 


41-39 


2-9-37 


H W 


41-29 


2-1D-38 


H W 


45-38 


2-14-33 


H L 


49-57 


2-14-41 


H L 


40-5B 


12-16-41 


A L 


34-39 


2-13-42 


H W 


42-32 


2-23-43 


H W 


51-36 


2-17-45 


A W 


53-46 


2-20-46 


A L 


38-42 


1-10-50 


H L 


52-56 


1-21-50 


A L 


58-64 


12-11-50 


H W 


48-41 


2-17-51 


A L 


50-55 


12-12-51 


H W 


54-53 


2-16-52 


A L 


65-71 


12-4-52 


H W 


84-81 


2-17-53 


A W 


79-57 


12-8-53 


A W 


89-54 


2-25-54 


H W 


74-55 


2-5-55 


A W 


67-62 


12-6-55 


H W 


52-51 


1-3-81 


H W 


89-84 


1-27-82 


A W 


50-43 


1-5-83 


H W 


56-51 


1-7-84 


H W 


56-44 


12-5-85 


H W 


77-48 



Winthrop 

Maryland leads, 3-0 

12-27-86 H W 76-58 
12-3-87 H W 85-52 
12-7-99 H W 76-65 (QT) 



Wisconsin 

Maryland trails, 1-3 



12-30-31 
12-23-32 



A L 30-32 

H L 13-22 



11-29-00 N1 L 75-78(071 
3-17-02 N2W 87-57 
I -ACCSg Ten Oiatenge at ^ftw^AK. 
tVisc fSradley CenterJ; S-NCAA 
Tournament at VVastwgton. DC. {MO 
Center] 



Woodrow General 
Hospital 

The series is tied, 1-1 

2-9-':4 H W 48-28 
2-18-44 A L 25-35 

Wyoming 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

15-3"-6Q M W 64-77 
1 -Dixie Classic at Raleigh, N.C. 
ffleynolds Coliseum) 

Xavier 

Maryland leads, S-Q 

12-28-76 HI W 84-74 
3-23-D3 Nl W 77-84 

1 -MffVand InvTtaoonal at Cotege F^, 
Md fCole Field HouseJ, I-NCAA 
rournsment at Nasnville, Teno. 
fGaytord &itertanment Center] 

YalB 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

1-4-60 H W 103-80 



12-27-01 H W 103-75 



Mary/and beat Worth Carolina 
on Feb. SI, 1959 to mark the 
Terps' first win over a No. 1 
ranked opponent. 




All-Time Records 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four • 9001 , 2009 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994. 1995, 199B. 1999. 9001. 9009, 9003 

NCAA Appearances '1394. 1995, 1996. 1997. 199B, 1999. 9000. 9001. 9009. 90031 



.d Men's Basketball 



Regular Season Tournaments 



Total In-Season Tournaments! 58 



Overall Record: 93-36 [.7211 


Total Championships: 27 


Runner-Ups: 12 


Alt-American City Tournament 
COu/ensboro, Ky.i 

12-30-53 vs, Arizona State W 65-50 


12-31-53 vs. Evansville 


W 86-58 


1-2-54 vs. Kentuckv Weslevan 


W 54-37 Ichampionsl 


12-27-54 vs. Texas Tech 


W 58-54 


12-28-54 vs. Rhode Island 


W 83-66 


12-30-54 vs. Cincinnati 


W 78-61 Ichampionsl 


12-30-56 vs. Montana State 


W 89-72 


12-31-56 vs. Nev» Mexico ASM 


L 43-45 


1-1-57 vs. Virqinia 


W 43-39 


BBST Bank/Children's Charities Classic 
CLandover, Md. /Washington, D.C.J " 

12-2-95 vs. Massachusetts L 47-50 


1 2-3-95 vs . Geonqe Washington 


W 98-81 


12-8-98 vs. California 


W 80-64 


1 2-9-96 vs. Georxie Washington 


W 74-68 (champions) 


12-7-97 vs. Kansas 


W 86-83 


12-8-97 vs. George Washington 


L 66-70 


12-6-98 vs. Stanfor\J 


W 62-60 


12-7-98 vs. DePaul 


W 92-75 Ichamplons) 


12-4-99 vs. Illinois 


W 69-67 


1 2-5-99 vs. George Washington 


L 69-74 


12-2-00 vs. Michigan 


W 82-51 


1 2-3-00 vs, Geonge Washington 


W 71-63 [champions) 


12-2-01 vs. Princeton 


W 61-53 


12-3-01 vs. Connecticut 


W 77-65 [champions) 


12-7-02 vs. Notre Dame 


L 67-79 


12-8-02 vs. George Washington 


W 93-82 


' Known as the Frankl/n National SanWChildren Chanties Classic in its 
first three seasons. Held at US Airways Arena (Landover, MdJin 1995 
and 1996, moved to MCI Center (Washington, D,C,) in 1997. 


Blue Crass Festival (Louisville, Ky.J 

12-28-59 vs. Indiana L 63-72 


12-29-59 vs. Fordham 


W 76-54 


Cable Car Classic CSan Francisco, Calif.] 

12-21-73 vs. San Francisco W 78-60 


12-22-73 vs. Santa Clara 


W 53-32 [champions! 


Carrier Classic (Syracuse, IM.Y.J 

12-5-80 vs. Wagner W 96-73 


12-6-80 vs. Syracuse 


W 83-73 [champions! 


Central Fidelity Classic (Richmond, Va.] 

12-1-89 vs. South Carolina L 51-52 


12-2-89 vs. Army 


W 78-60 


Chaminade Christmas Classic 
(Honolulu, Haw/aiil 

12-22-89 vs. George Mason W 104-86 


12-23-89 vs. East Tennessee St, 


W 91-86 


12-24-89 vs, Sacramento State 


W 98-68 (champions! 


Charlotte Invitational [Charlotte, N.C.J 

12-28-66 vs. Davidson W 66-55 


12-29-66 vs. Army 


W 57-54 (champions) 


12-27-68 vs. Davidson 


L 69-83 


12-28-68 vs. Wichita 


W 95-83 


Coaches vs. Cancer IKON Classic 
(New Yorli, N.Y.J 

11-8-01 vs. Arizona L 67-71 


11-9-01 vs. Temple 


W 82-74 



Dixie Classic [Raleigh 

12-29-60 vs. North Carolina L 


, N.C.J 

57-81 


12-30-60 


vs, NC State 


L 


67-75 


12-31-60 


vs, Wyoming 


W 


84-77 


ECAC Holiday Festival (Nevif York, N. Y.J 

12-27-90 vs. Rutgers W 86-81 


12-29-90 


vs. South Carolina 


W 


78-69 (champions! 


Evansville Holiday Tournament 
(Evansville, Ind.J 

12-27-63 vs, Arizona L 54-57 


12-28-63 


vs, Columbia 


W 


82-76 


Fiesta Bowl Classic (Tucson, Ariz. J 

12-28-91 vs, Rutgers L 79-95 


12-30-91 


vs, Evansville 


L 


64-75 


Freedom Bowl Classic (Irvine, Calif. J 

11-25-88 vs, Texas Christian W 74-67 


11-26-88 


vs, Georgia State 


W 


69-62 (champions) 


Great Alaska Shootout (Anchor- 
age, AlaskaJ 

11-23-84 vs, Kansas L 58-58 


11-24-84 


vs, Alaska- Anchorage 


W 


54-52 


11-25-84 


vs, Tennessee 


W 


72-49 


Hall of Fame Classic (Springfield, Mass. J 

12-28-93 vs, Hofstra W 93-67 


12-29-93 


vs, Massachusetts 


L 


80-94 


Hawaii Pacific Tournament 
(Wailuku, HawaiiJ 

12-28-85 vs, Stantort W 87-65 


12-29-85 


vs, Hawaii-Pacific 


W 


92-85 (champions! 


Hurricane Classic 

12-28-64 vs, Tulsa 


(Miami, Fla.J 

W 66-59 


12-29-64 


vs. Miami IFIa.) 


L 


73-80 


MCI Harbor Classic (Baltimore, Md.J 

11-27-87 vs, Loyola (Md,) W 74-60 


11-28-87 


vs. Mississippi 


W 


77-69 (champions) 


Marshall Invitational [Huntington, W. Va.J 

12-20-68 vs, Marshall W B9-B0 


12-21-68 


vs. Miami (FIs,) 


L 


85-92 


Maryland Invitational Tournament 
(College Park, Md.J 

12-19-69 Army L 54-69 


12-20-69 


Fordham 


W 


94-71 


12-29-71 


Western Kentuckv 


W 


103-67 


12-30-71 


St. John's 


W 


90-69 (champions! 


12-29-72 


Georgia Tech 


W 


90-55 


12-30-72 


Syracuse 


W 


90-76 (champions! 


12-29-73 


Holy Cross 


W 


102-75 


12-30-73 


Soston College 


W 


58-37 (champions) 


12-27-74 


Georgia Tech 


W 


105-67 


12-28-74 


UCLA 


L 


75-81 


12-29-75 


Seton Hall 


W 


104-69 


12-30-75 


Princeton 


W 


66-59 (champions! 


12-28-76 


Xavier 


w 


84-74 


12-29-76 


Syracuse 


W 


96-85 (champions! 


12-28-77 


Western Kentucky 


w 


91-78 


12-29-77 


Georgia Tech 


w 


65-63 (champions! 


12-29-78 


St. Joseph's 


w 


62-56 (OTI 


12-30-78 


Sputhem Califprnia 


w 


83-79 (champions) 


12-28-79 


Miami-DH 


w 


115-76 


12-29-79 


Temple 


W 


85-63 (champions) 



M:DGcst=le t=Bf iZgomin^m 



12-29-80 Marshall W 114-89 


1 
1 


12-30-80 St. Jpseph's W 74-57 (champions) 


12-29-83 Randolph Macon W 58-52 


12-30-83 La Salle W 96-83 (champions) 


Maui Invitational (Lahaina, HawaiiJ 

11-21-94 vs. Chaminade W 95-67 


11-22-94 vs. Utah W 90-78 


11-23-94 vs. Arizona State L 90-97 


11-20-00 vs. Louisville W 95-73 


11-21-00 vs. Illinois L 80-90 


11-22-00 vs. Dayton L 71-77 


Memphis Invitational (Memphis, Tenn.l 

12-16-66 vs. Oklahoma 5tate W 50-49 


12-17-66 vs. Memphis State L 53-55 


Mid-Winter Festival (College Park, Md.J 

12-29-55 Michigan State L 75-95 


12-30-55 St. Francis (Pa.l W 75-66 


Preseason NIT 

(College Park, Md./New York, N.Y.J ' 

11-17-99 San Francisco W 71-61 


11-19-99 Tulane W 78-70 


11-24-99 vs. Kentucky L 58-61 


11-26-99 vs. NptreDame W 72-67 


• First and second rcund games at College Park, Md.; semifinal anc 
third place games at Madison Square Garden. 


Puerto Rico Shootout CBayamon, P.R.I 

11-26-98 vs, AU-Puertn Ricp W 82-32 


11-27-98 vs. UCLA W 70-54 


11-28-98 vs, Pittsburgh W 87-52 (champions) 


Rainbow Classic (Honolulu, HawaiiJ 

12-25-84 vs, Iowa W 78-68 (OT) 


12-27-84 vs, Hawaii W 79-71 


12-28-84 vs, Georgia Tech L 69-70 


12-27-96 vs, Pittsburgh W 66-83 


12-28-96 vs, Hawaii W 76-59 


12-30-96 vs, Georgia L 65-73 (OTI 


Sugar Bowl Tournament f/N/eiv 
Dr leans. La. J 

12-28-57 vs, Vanderbilt W 71-56 


12-30-57 vs, Memphis State L 46-47 (SOT) 


12-29-58 vs, Mississippi State L 45-56 


12-30-58 vs, Loyola (Md.) W 54-50 


12-23-61 vs. Mississippi State L 62-64 


12-30-61 vs. Lpuisville L 64-83 


12-29-65 vs. Houston W 69-68 


12-30-65 vs. Dayton W 77-75 (champions) 


Sun Bowl Tournament 
(El Paso, TexasJ 

12-29-88 vs, Lamar W 74-65 


12-30-88 vs, Texas-El Paso L 51-69 


Sun Carnival Tournament 
(El Paso, TexasJ 

12-21-67 vs, Texas-El Paso L 53-70 


12-22-67 vs. Southern Illinois L 72-73 (OTI 


Tip-Dff Tournament (Landover, Md.J 

11-27-77 vs, American W 78-65 


11-28-77 vs, Georgetown W 91-87 (champions) 


Virginia Tech Tournament 
(Blacksburg, Va.J 

12-20-63 vs. Tennessee L 59-70 


12-21-63 vs. Louisiana State W 75-65 




AU'Tlme Records 


i 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions - -, _ 

Final Four • 2001 . 2003 Jc 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999. 2000. 2001. 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's Baskei^Kfittlf m J I 




rlistory 



T954, Reynolds Coliseum CRaleigh, N.C.J 

US Maryland def. 1)7 Clemson 75-59 H: 38-25 



US Maryland lost to 1)3 Wake Forest 



56-64 Cotl H: 29-59 R: 50-50 



13SS, Reynolds Coliseum CRaleigh, N.C.I 

1)3 Maryland lost to It 6 Virginia 67-68 Cotl H: 33-35 R: 59-59 

13SB, Reynolds Coliseum CRaleigh, N.C.} 

1)5 Maryland lost to D 4 Duke 69-94 H: 33-44 

1337, Reynolds Coliseum CRaleigh, N.C.J 

D2 Maryland def. D7 Virginia 71-68 H: 35-35 



*2 Maryland lost to US South Carolina 



64-74 H: 30-30 



1338, Reynolds Coliseum CRaleigh, N.C.J 

HA Maryland def. D5 Virginia 70-66 H: 40-35 



»4 Maryland def. *1 Duke 



71-65 (otl H: 29-23 R: 61-61 



M Maryland def. *3 Nortfi Carolina 



86-74 H: 27-34 



1333, Reynolds Coliseum CRaleigh, N.C.J 

1)4 Maryland lost to 1)5 Virginia 65-66 H: 33-23 

13BO, Reynolds Coliseum CRaleigh, N.C.J 

»3 Maryland lost to ))6 N.C. State 58-74 H: 33-36 

13B1, Reynolds Coliseum CRaleigh, N.C.J 

D4 Maryland def. ))5 Clemson 91-75 H: 38-27 



D4 Maryland lost to ))1 Wake Forest 



76-98 H: 27-44 



13BS, Reynolds Coliseum CRaleigh, N.C.J 

D7 Maryland lost to » 2 Duke 58-71 H: 30-32 

13B3, Reynolds Coliseum CRaleigh, N.C.J 

V Maryland lost to D2 Wake Forest 41-80 H: 21-34 

13B4, Reynolds Coliseum CRaleigh, N.C.J 

D3 Maryland lost to #6 Clemson 67-81 H: 29-37 

1565, Reynolds Coliseum CRaleigh, N.C.J 

D3 Maryland def. DB Clemson 61-50 H: 32-27 



D3 Maryland lost to »2 N.C. State 



67-76 H: 27-38 



T966, Reynolds Coliseum CRaleigh, N.C.J 

D5 Maryland lost to «4 North Carolina 70-77 H: 38-36 

1967, Greensboro Coliseum CGreensboro, N.C.J 

))6 Maryland lost to 1)3 South Carolina 58-60 H: 30-28 

1338, Charlotte Coliseum CCharlotte, N.C.J 

)I6 Maryland lost to 1)3 N.C. State 54-63 H: 25-29 

1333, Charlotte Coliseum CCharlotte, N.C.J 

1)7 Maryland lost to D2 South Carolina 71-95 H: 34-42 

1370, Charlotte Coliseum CCharlotte, N.C.J 

D6 Maryland lost to »3 N.C. State 57-67 H: 31-29 

1371, Greensboro Coliseum CGreensboro, N.C.J 

SI Maryland lost to D2 South Carolina 63-71 H: 27-37 



1378, Greensboro Coliseum CGreensboro, N.C.J 



)I2 Maryland def. #7 Clemson 


54-52 H: 22-28 


D2 Maryland def. «4 Duke 


63-48 H: 35-23 


#2 Maryland lost to ))1 North Carolina 


64-73 H: 29-41 



1373, Greensboro Coliseum CGreensboro, N.C.J 



D3 Maryland def. «6 Clemson 


77-61 H: 31-26 


))3 Maryland def. D7 Wake Forest 


73-65 H: 30-34 


#3 Maryland lost to D 1 N.C. State 


74-76 H: 32-32 



1374, Greensboro Coliseum CGreensboro, N.C.J 



D2 Maryland def. D7 Duke 



85-66 H 



»2 Maryland def. 1)3 North Carolina 



105-85 H 



D2 Maryland lost to )) 1 N.C. State 



100-103 lot) H 



42-26 



50-34 



55-50 R: 97-97 



1375, Greensboro Coliseum CGreensboro, N.C.J 

»1 Maryland, bye 



#1 Maryland lost to D4 N.C. State 



85-87 H: 42-49 



1976, Capital Centre CLandover, Md.J 

»2 Maryland def. D7Duke 80-78 Cotl H: 39-46 R: 74-74 



))2 Maryland lost to D6 Virginia 



65-73 H: 31-37 



1977, Greensboro Coliseum CGreensboro, N.C.J 

1)4 Maryland lost to tt5 N.C State 78-85 H: 35-49 

1378, Greensboro Coliseum CGreensboro, N.C.J 

))6 Maryland def. D3 N.C. State 109-108 [3otl H: 48-36 R: 84-84 

lot: 92-92 2ot: 98-96 



16 Maryland lost to )t5 Duke 



69-81 H: 31-37 



1979, Greensboro Coliseum CGreensboro, N.C.J 

*4 Maryland def. D5 Clemson 75-67 H: 40-33 



>4 Maryland lost to D 1 North Carolina 



79-108 H: 29-43 



1380, Greensboro Coliseum CGreensboro, N.C.J 

II Maryland def. DB Georgia Tech 51-49 tot) H: 26-25 R: 43-43 



))1 Maryland def. <4 Clemson 



91-85 H: 56-40 



)t1 Maryland lost to tSDuke 



75-73 H: 37-33 



1381, Capital Centre CLandover, Md.J 

1)4 Maryland def. D5 Duke 56-53 H: 29-22 



1)4 Maryland def. D 1 Virginia 



85-68 H: 35-25 



))4 Maryland lost to <2 North Carolina 



60-61 H: 26-32 



138S, Greensboro Coliseum CGreensboro, N.C.J 

))5 Maryland lost to D4 N.C. State 88-40 H: 11-13 

1383, The Omni CAtlanta, Ga.J 

D3 Maryland lost to DB Georgia Tech 58-64 Cotl H: 1 9-26 R: 47-47 

1384, Greensboro Coliseum CGreensboro, N.C.J 

D2 Maryland def. D7 N.C. State 69-63 H: 34-31 



D2 Maryland def. D3 Wake Forest 



66-64 H: 33-20 



D2 Maryland def. D4 Duke 



74-68 H: 27-30 



138S, The Omni CAtlanta, Ga.J 

#5 Maryland lost to D 4 Duke 73-86 H: 37-43 



All-Time Records 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 Nattonal Champions 

Final Four ' 9001 , 2005 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 199B. 1999. 2001. 2002, 2003 

'■^CAA Appearances -1994. 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000. 2001. 2002. 20031 



19BB, Greensboro Coliseum [Greensboro, N.C.J 

HB Maryland def. »3 North Carolina B5.75 H: 28-34 



Tm MZ^m r^^mmvland Men's Basketball 



199B, Greensboro Coliseum [Greensboro, N.CJ 

»5 Maryland def. «4 Duke 88-69 H: 35-39 



#B Maryland lost to DS Georgia Tech 



68-64 H: 34-31 



19B7, Capital Centre [Landover, Md.J 

IB Maryland lost to HI North Carolina 63-65 H: 33-37 

198B, Greensboro Coliseum [Greensboro, N.C.J 

»5 Maryland def. 1)4 Georgia Tech 64-67 H: 43-59 



»5 Maryland lost to It 1 North Carolina 



64-74 H: 59-35 



13B3, The Omni [Atlanta, Ga.J 

KB Maryland def. HI N.C. State 71-49 



H: 35-31 



HB Maryland lost to 114 North Carolina 



56-6B H: 14-38 



1 33a, Charlotte Coliseum [Charlotte, N.C.J 

#7 Maryland lost to 115 Duke 64-104 H: 4B-4B 

133S, Charlotte Coliseum [Charlotte, N.C.J 

KB Maryland def. 119 Clemson 61-75 H: 3B-39 



US Maryland lost to »1 Duke 



87-94 H: 44-49 



1333, Charlotte Coliseum [Charlotte, N.C.J 

KB Maryland def. 119 N.C. State 76-55 H: 31-56 



US Maryland lost to tl1 North Carolina 



66-105 H: 34-51 



1334, Charlotte Coliseum [Charlotte, N.C.J 

115 Maryland lost to 114 Virginia 63-69 H: 53-51 

1335, Greensboro Coliseum [Greensboro, N.CJ 

113 Maryland d ef. US Florida State 71-64 H: 35-36 



113 Maryland lost to 1(5 No. Carolina 



9a-97IotJ H; 36-43 R: 86-86 



1(5 Maryland lost to 1(1 Georgia Tech 


79-84 


H: 3B-4B 




1337, Greensboro Coliseum [Greensboro, 

1(5 Maryland def. 1(4 Clemson 76-61 H: 31 -25 


N.C.J 


1(5 Maryland lost to KB N.C State 


58-65 


H: 55-20 




1338, Greensboro Coliseum [Greensboro, 

1(3 Maryland def, 1(6 Georgia Tech 83-65 H: 43-33 


N.C.J 


((3 Maryland lost to #5 North Carolina : 


73-83 Cot) 


H: 30-26 F 


!: BB-BB 


1333, Charlotte Coliseum 

1(5 Maryland def. (IB Florida State 


[Charlotte, N.C.J 

93-69 H: 45-30 


1(5 Maryland lost to »3 North Carolina 


79-86 


H: 34-40 




3000, Charlotte Coliseum 

1(5 Maryland def. ((7 Florida State 


[Charlotte, N.C.J 

82-61 H: 43-54 


#5 Maryland def. K5 Wake Forest 


65-73 


H: 36-37 




#5 Maryland lost to dl Duke 


68-81 


H; 36-37 




SOai, Georgia Oome [Atlanta, Ga.J 

93 Maryland def. #6 Wake Forest 71-53 H: 31-56 


«3 Maryland lost to (12 Duke 


85-84 


H: 45-45 




SaaS, Charlotte Coliseum 

m Maryland def. KB Florida State 


[Charlotte, N.C.J 

S5-69 H: 40-28 


« 1 Maryland lost to «4 NC State 


aa-BG 


H: 38-40 




S003, Greensboro Coliseum [Greensboro, 

#2 Maryland lost to #7 North Carolina 75-84 H; 40-36 F 


N.CJ 

1: 66-66 




H - Halftime Score; R - Regulation Score 



ACC Tournament Composite 

TEAM NAME W L Pet. 



1st 



Qtr/Snd 



Semi 



Final MD vs. 



North Carolina 


75 


34 


.688 


0-0 


33-11 


57-11 


15-15 


3-15 


Duke 


75 


36 


,667 


4-0 


30-16 


54-10 


14-10 


6-9 


NC State 


55 


40 


,579 


3-3 


56-19 


16-15 


10-6 


5-11 


Wake Forest 


39 


46 


,459 


0-0 


55-54 


10-16 


4-6 


3-3 


Maryland 


37 


47 


.440 


8-0 


55-53 


8-18 


5-6 


n/a 


Georgia Tech 


16 


51 


,435 


0-2 


8-14 


5-3 


3-2 


3-3 


Virginia 


57 


49 


,355 


0-2 


50-58 


6-14 


1-5 


4-4 


Florida State 


5 


15 


,594 


4-3 


1-8 


0-1 


0-0 


4-0 


Clemson 


13 


50 


,506 


5-5 


10-35 


1-9 


0-1 


9-1 


South Carolina 


13 


17 


,433 


0-0 


9-9 


3-6 


1-2 


0-4 



Maryland Record By 
Seeds 



Seed(vrs.} 


nfiCOrd iTlt/GS; 


No. 1 (3) 


3-3 


No. 9 (91 


13-8(1) 


No. 3 (81 


5-8 


No. 4 (51 


6-4(11 


No. 5 (91 


4-9 


No. B (51 


5-5 


No. 7 (51 


0-5 


No. B (41 


3-4 


No. 9 (0) 


0-0 



Maryland's Individual 
Game Highs 

Points: 38, Walt Williams vs. Clemson, 1992; Albert King 

vs. Clemson, 1 980 

FG: 17, Albert King vs. Clemson, 1980 

FGA: 30, Will Hetzel vs. South Carolina. 1 969; Bob Kessler 

vs. Duke, 1956 

FBRbi .769, Lonny Baxter (10-13) vs. Florida State, 5000 

3FG! 6, Keith G atlin vs. Geo rgia Tech, 1 988 

3FGAI 15, Walt Williams vs. Clemson, 1992 



SFGifc; 1 .OOP, Keith Gatlin (6-61 vs. Georgia Tech, 198B 



FT; 13, Keith Booth vs. Clemson, 
NC State, 1 989 



1 997; John Johnson vs. 



FTA! 15, John Johnson vs. NC State, 1989 

FTO! 1 .000, Bill Stasiulatis [1 2 -121 vs. Wake Forest, 1961 
Reb; 1 8, Larry Gibs o n vs. N C State 197B 



Ast: 1 1 , Steve Blake vs. NC State, 2002; Steve Blake vs. 

Duke, 2001 ; Dutch Morley vs. Clemson, 1979 
BIk; 4, Lonny Baxter vs. Duke, 5001 ; Lonny Baxter vs. NC 

State, 5000; Joe Smith vs. North Carolina, 1995 
Sti! 7, Walt Williams vs. North Carolina, 1989 



ACC Tournament Fast 
Fact 

The only time that four players on one team scored 
20 or more points in an ACC Tournament game: John 
Lucas (24), Ow/en Brown (22), Mo Howard (201 and 
Tom IVlcMillen (2D1 scored 86 of Maryland's 1 05 points 
in the Terps' 1 05-85 semifinal victory over North Caro- 
lina in 1974. 



MZg^cs^cte t=Bf t 



All-Time Reoards 




OH 



^s^ A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four • 2001 . 9002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1394, 1995, 1998. 1999, 2001, 2002. 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 




NCAA Appearances 



History 



NCAA Appearances; 50 



East Hegional, Semifinal 



Overall Record; 34-19 



Nation a l Championships; 1 [gPOgl 

Times to the Final Four; 2 [£001 . gOQg) 
Times to the Final Eight; 4 (1973, 1975, 

200 1, 30021 

Times to the Sweet Sixteen; 1 3 (1 958, 1 973, 
1975, 1980, 1984, 1985, 1994, 1995, 
1998, 1999,2001,2002.20031 

Overall Appearances 

Year M aryland's Result Md, Seed 



Site; Philadelphia, Pa. 

Nd 3 Georgetown 74, No. g Maryland SB 13-14-BOl 

naan 

Mideast Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: at Dayton, Ohio 



-7935 

West Regional, First/Second Hounds 
Site; Salt Lak e City, Utah 



195B Ea s: =e;;'5 a emifinals 
1 973 East Regional Final 



1 975 Midwest Regional Final 



1980 East Reflional Semifinal 



1981 Mideast Regional Second Round 6 

1983 Midwest Regional Second Round 8 

1 984 Mideast Regional Semifinals 3 

1 985 Southea s t Regional Semifinal 5 

1 988 West Regional Second Round 5^ 



No, B MirjiBina 81 , No. 1 1 Tenn. Chattanooga 69 

13-12-811 

No. 3 Indiana 99, No. 8 Maryland 64 [3-14-811 

1983 

Midwest Region al, First/Second Hounds 

Site; Houston, Texas 

No. 8 Maryland 52 , No. 9 Tenn, Chattanooga 51 

-D^ (3-17-831 

_i- No. 1 Houston 60. No. 8 Maryland 50 [3-19-831 



No. 3 Maryland B7. No. 14 Gonzaga E3 [3-16-951 
No. 3 Maryland Bg, No. 1 1 Texas 6B [3-18-951 

Site: Oakland, Calif. 

No, £ Connecticut 99, No. 3 Maryland 89 (3-53-951 



i9ae 

West Re gi onal, First Hound 



Site; Tempe, Arit. 



n/a 



n/a 



No. 10 Santa Clara 91 , No. 7 Maryland 79 [3-15-961 

•7 997 

Southeast R egional, First Hound 

Site; Memphis , Tenn. 



soai 

We st Regional, FirstlSecond Rounds 

Site; Boise, Idaho 

No, 3 Maryland 83. No. 14 George Mason 80 (3- 

15-011 

No. 3 Maryland 79, No. 1 1 Georgia State 60 (3- 

17-01! 

West R egional Semif inaiyFlnal 

Site; Anaheim, Calif. 

No. 3 Maryland 7B, No, 10 Georgetown 88 (3-g2- 

011 

No. 3 Maryland 87, No. 1 Stanford 73 [3-g4-01l 
Final Four 



Site; Mi nneapolis, M inn. 



1 988 Southeast Regional Second Round 7 
1 994 Midwest Regional Semifinals 10^ 



1934 

Mideast Regiona l, First/Second Rounds 
Site: Birmingha m, Ala. 

Firs: F:,^-:] 5,e 



No. 3 Maryland 102, No. 1 1 West Virginia 77 (3- 
17-841 



N: •;:-a-e5ton75. No. 5 Maryland 66 (3-13-971 

1998 

West Regional, First/Second Hounds 

Site: Sacramento, Calif. 



3 Mideast Regional Semifinal 
7 &te: Lexington, Ky. 



1 995 West Regional Semifinals 

1996 West Regional First Round 

1997 Southeast Regional First Round 5 No, 2 Illinois 72. No. 3 Maryland 70 (3-gS-B41 No, 1 Arizona 87, No. 4 Maryland 79 (3-18-881 



No. 4 Maryland 82, No. 13 Utah State 68 (3-13-981 
No, 4 Maryland 67. No. 5 Illinois 61 (3-15-981 

Wes: Reg r'lB Se^^Vial 

Site: Anaheim, Calif. 



1 998 West R egional Semifinals 4 

1 999 Southeast Regional Semifinals 2_ 

2000 Midwest Regional Second Round 3 
g001 West Regional Champions/Final Four 3 

2002 NCAA S East Regional Champions 1 

2003 South Region Semifinals B 

19S8 

East Regionalj First Round 



198S 

Southeast Regional, FirsUSecond Rounds 
Site; Dayton, Ohio 

No. 5 Maryland 69, No, 12 Miami-OH 68 (OH (3- 

15-851 

No. 5 Maryland 64 . No. 13 Navy 59 (3-17-85) 
Southeast Hegional, S emifinal 



Site: New York, N.Y. 



Mar, 3": 5E 3: ston College 63 (3-11-581 
Eas t Peg :"3 Se mifinals/Third Place Game 
Site: Charlotte, N.C. 



Temple 81 . Maryland 67 (3-14-581 
Maryland 53, Manhattan 55 [3-15-581 

1973 

Eas t Regional, Fi rst Hound 

Site: Charlotte, N^C^ 

RrB:-:.':S,3 

EaEr=;-:"E Ee- ^ifinaffinal 

Site: at Charlotte, N.C 



Ma-;, E ; r ■ ;,-acuse 75 (3-15-731 



Pro.,jenc£ '.CS, Maryland 88 (3- 17-73) 

197S 

Midwest Regional , First Round 

Site; Lubbock, Texas 

Maryland 83, Creighton 79 (3-15-75) 

Midwest Regional, Semifinal/Final 



Site: Birmingham, Ala. 

No, e V:.iansv3 46. Na, 5 Maryland 43 (3-25-85) 

T9S6 

West Regional, FirstfSecond Rounds 

Site; Long Beach, Calif. 

No. 5 Maryland 69. No, IS Pepperdine 64 (3-14-B61 

No, 4 Nevada-Las Vegas 70, No. 5 Maryland 64 (3- 

16-841 

1988' 

Southeast Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site; Cincinnati, Ohio 

No 7 Maryland 92. No 12 UC Santa Barbara 82 

(3-18-BBl 

No. g Kentucky 80, No. 7 Maryland 81 (3-20-881 
' Maryland's 1 988 NCAA Tournament appearance 
was vacated by the NCAA. 

1994 

Midwest Regional, First/ Second Rounds 

Site : Wichita, Kan. 



-7999 

South Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site; Orlando, Fla. 

No. 2 Maryland Bg, No. 15 Valparaiso 80 (3-1 1-991 
No 2 M3".'i3" d 75, No. 10 Creahton 63 (3-13-991 

S:^:- -eg :" 3:. Semifinal 

Site; Knoxville, Tenn. 

No. 3 St. John's 76. No. S Maryland 63 (3-1B-99) 

saoo 

Midwest Regi onal, First/Second Hounds 

Site: Minneap oliSi Minn. 



No, 1 D uKc 55, .'■JG 3 Maryland 64 (3-31-011 

soas 

East Regional, First/Second Hounds 

Site: Washington, D.C. 

No. 1 Maryland 85. No, 16 5iena 70 (3-15-02) 
No. 1 Maryland 87, No, 8 Wisconsin 57 (3-17-021 

East Regional Semifi nal/Final 

Site: SyracusBj N,Y. 

No, ; Maryiano 7S, No, 4 Kentucky 68 (3-gg-Og) 
No, 1 Mar/land 90, No. 2 Connecticut Bg (3-24-051 

Final Fo ur 

Site; A tlanta, Ga. 

No, 1 M3-, eiG 37, No, 1 Kansas 88 [3-30-03 



No. 1 Maryland 64, No. 5 Indiana 5g (4-1-02) 

S003 

South Regional, First/Second Hounds 

Site; Nashville, Tenn. 

No. 6 Maryland 75, No. 1 1 UNC Wilmington 73 

(3-21-031 

No. 6 Maryland 77, No. 3 Xavier 64 (3-23-03) 

South Regional Semifinal 

Site; Sa n Antonio, Texas 



N:_; \-i-. 3"d 74, No. 14 lona 59 (3-16-00) 
No. 6 UCLA 105, No, 3 Maryland 70 (3-18-001 



No. 7 Micnigan State 60. No, 6 Maryland 58 (3- 
28-031 



Site; Las Cru ce s, N.M. 



Maryland 83. Notre Oame 71 (3-20-751 
Louisville 96. Maryland 82 (3-22-751 

-7990 

Eas t Regional, Fi rst/Second Rounds 
Site : Greensboro , N.C. 

First nz^'z die 



No. 1 Q Maryland 74, No, 7 St. Louis 67 (3-1 7-941 
No. 10 Maryland 95, No, 2 Massachusetts 87 (3- 

_ 19:M 

Midwest Regio nal, Semifinal 

Site; Dallas, Texas 

No, 3 Michigan 78, No. 10 Maryland 71 (3-25-94 



No. 2 Maryland 86, No. 7 Tennessee 75 (3-8-801 



All-Time Records 



NIT Appearances 




NIT Appearances; 4 Appearances 


•7979 


Overall Record; 7-3 


First Round/Second Round (24 teamsl 


Championships; 1 (19721 


Site; College Park, Md. 




Marylana E", =-::e island 65 (3-7-791 (3 GTi 


Overall Appearances 


Ohio 3tate 79, Maryland 72 (3-1g-79) 


Year Msryland's Result 




1 972 Champions 


198S 


1979 Second Round 


First Round [3g Teamsl 


1982 Second Round 


Site: Richmond, Va. 


1990 Second Round 


Marvisnd 60, Richmond 50 (3-1g-B5) 




Second Round 


1973 


Site; Athens, Ga. 


First Round/Quarterfinals (1 6 Teamsl 


Georgia 83, Maryland 69 (3-15-85) 


Site; New York, N.Y. 




Maryland 67. St. Joseph's 55 (3-18-72) 


1990 


Maryland 71 , Syracuse 65 (3-20-721 


First Round [3g Teamsl 


Semifin='= rt-5~; ;n3hip 


Site; College Park, Md. 


Site; New York, N.Y 


Maryland 91 , Massachusetts 81 (3-15-901 


Maryland 81 , Jacksonville 77 (3-23-72) 


SE::"d R:_-d 


Maryland 100, Niagara 69 (3-25-72) 


Site: State College, Pa. 




Penn State BO, Maryland 78 (3-19-901 



"-3 



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A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions - 

Final Four '2001, 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995. 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances' 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003| 



nd n/len's Basketball 



NCAA Individual Records 



All career records require participation in a 
minimum two NCAA Tournaments. Series records 
require participation in a minimum two tournament; 
games. Single game abbrewations: 1R-Frst Hound; 
Pf?-Second Round; RSF-Regionai Semifinal; RF- 
Regional Final; NSF-Nationai Semifinal; NF-iVational 
Final. Three-point records are since Maryland's 
participation in tiie 1 9B8 tournament. Sloclcs and 
steals records begin with the 1975 tournament, 
assists records begin In the 1973 tournament. 

Career - Games Played 

1 . Steve Blake IQD, 01 , 02, 031 IB 



Tahj Holder 100, 01 , OS. 03) 



16 



Drew Nicholas [00, 01 , 05, 031 



IB 



Lonny B axter 139, GO, 01. OS) 



18 



,021 



Juan Dixo n 199, 00 , 01, 
6. Mike Mardesich 198, 99, 00, Oil 



16 



13 



Terence Morns 198, 99, 00. Oil 



13 



Career - Games Started 

1. Steve Blake 100, 01.02. 031 16 



Lonny Baxter 199. 00. 01. OSl 



16 



3. Juan Dixon 199. 00. 01 . OSl 



13 



4. Byron Mouton 101 . 021 



11 



5. Terence Morris 19B. 99.00.011 



10 



6. Len Bias 1B3. B4, 85. 861 



Career - Minutes Played 

1 . Juan Dixon 199, 00. 01 . 021 506 131 .81 

2. Steve Blake 100. 01 . 02. 031 409 131 .5) 

3. Lonny Baxter 199. 00. 01 . 021 394 124.6) 

4. Len Bias [B3. 84. 85. 881 338 137.31 



5. Terence Morns 198. 99. 00. 011335 125.81 



Series - Minutes 

1 .Juan Dixon 1021 



Played 

219136.51 



Steve Blake 102) 



186131.01 



Juan Dixon 1011 



178(35.81 



Byron Mouton 1021 



175(29.21 



Lonny Baxter 1021 



167(27.81 



Steve Blake 1011 



158131.81 



Ohris Wilcox 1021 



156(26.01 



Lonny Baxter (Oil 



133(26.81 



Career - Points 

1. Juan Dixon 199. 00. 01. 021 



294(18.41 



2. 


Lonny Baxter 199, 00.01.021 


237 114.81 


3. 


Len Bias 183. 84. 85. 861 


188118,71 


4, 


Terence Morris 198. 99. 00. 01)143 11 1 .01 


5. 


Drew Nicholas 100. 01 . 02. 031 


137(8.61 


6. 


Adrian Branch 183. 84. 851 


129118,41 


7. 


Joe Smith 194. 95) 


125120.81 


8, 


SteveBlakelOO. 01.02. 031 


122(7.6) 


7, 


John Lucas (73. 751 


1 1 1 122.2) 


B. 


Johnny Rhodes (94. 95. 981 


107115.3) 


Series - Points 

1 . Juan Oixon 1021 


155125.81 


2. 


Lonny Baxter 1021 


94115.71 


3. 


Juan Dixon 101) 


85(17.01 


4. 


Chris Wilcox 1021 


81 (13.51 




Lonny Baxter 1011 


81 (16.21 


6, 


John Lucas 1751 


70 123.31 


7. 


Joe Smith (94) 


63(21.01 


8. 


Joe Smith 195) 


62 (20.71 


9. 


Len Bias 1861 


57 128.51 




Drew Nicholas (031 


57 119,01 




Lonny Baxter 

Game - Points 

1 . Juan Oixon vs, Kansas IFF. NSF. 3-30-021 33 

2. Joe Smith vs. Texas IW. 2R. 3-18-951 31 
Len Bias vs. UNLV IW. 2R. 3-16-861 31 

4. Lonny Baxter vs. Connecticut 

IE. RF. 3-24-021 29 

Juan Oixon vs. Wisconsin IE. 2R. 3-17-D21 29 

Juan Dixon vs. Siena (E. 1R. 3-15-021 29 



John Lucas 

Game - Field Goals Made 

1 . Lonny Baxter vs, Stanford IW. RR 3-24-011 



Johnny Rhodes vs. 9anta Clara 
IW. 1R. 3-15-961 



Derrick Lewis vs. UC Santa Barbara 
ISE. 1R. 3-18-881 



Len Bias vs. UNLV IMW. 2R. 3-16-881 



Joe Smith vs. Saint Louis 
(MW. 1R. 3-17-94) 



Albert King vs. UT Chattanooga 
(MW. 1R. 3-12-91) 



29 



8. Greg Manning vs. Tennessee 
IE. 2R. 3-8-801 



Greg Manning vs. Tennessee 
IE. 2R. 3-8-80) 



Juan Dixon vs. Connecticut 
IE. RF. 3-24-021 



28 
27 



John Lucas vs. Louisville 
IMW. RF. 3-52-751 



Johnny Rhodes vs. Santa Clara 
IW. 1R. 3-15-981 



Nick Davis vs. Boston College 
IE. 1R. 3-11-581 



Joe Smith 

Series - Field Goal Pet. 
tmin. 1S att.J 

1. Len Bias 1831 .750 112 of 161 



2. Buck Williams 1801 



.896 116 of 231 



3. Tom IVlcMillen 1731 



.882 118 of 961 



4. Greg Manning (801 



.630 120 of 29) 



Game - Field Goal Pet. 
Cmin. 8 att.J 

1 . Ben Coleman vs. West Virginia 

IME, 2R. 3-17-B41 .BB9 (8 of 91 



2. Laron Profit vs. Valparaiso 
(S. 1R. 3-11-391 



.800 18 of 101 



Buck Williams vs. Georgetown 

IE. RSF. 3-14:80) .800 18 of 101 



John Lucas vs. Louisville 
IMW. RF. 3-22-751 



27 
27 



Career - Scoring Average 

1 , John Lucas 173. 751 22.2 1111) 



Career - Field Goals 
Attempted 

1, Juan Dixon 199. OD. 01. 02) 



Tom McMillen vs. Syracuse 
IE. RSF 3-15-73) 



.800 18 of 10) 



205 



2. Lonny Baxter 199, 00. 01 . 021 



164 



3. Len Bias [B3. B4, 85, 861 



120 



Career - 3-Point Field 
Goals Made 

1. Juan Oixon 199. 00. 01. 021 



38 



S, Joe Smith 194. 951 



20.811251 4. Terence Morns 198. 99. 00. Oil 114 2. Steve Blake 100. 01 . 02. 03) 



17 



311 



3, Albert Ki ng [SD. 

4. Len Bias 1B3, 84. 85. SBl 



20.5 182) 



Drew Nicholas IDO. 01 . 02. 031 



17 



18.71188) 



5. Juan Dixon 199. 00, 01 . 02) 18.4 1294) 

Series - Scoring Average 

1 . Len Bias 1861 28.5 157) 



Series - Field Goals 
Attempted 

1 . Juan Dixon (02) 



96 



2. Chris Wilcox 1021 



64 



3. Lonny Baxter 101) 



62 



4. Sarunas Jasikevicius 195. 98. 97. 98) 10 

Series - 3-Point Field 
Goals Made 

1 . Juan Dixon 1021 22 



2. Juan Dixon 1021 



25.81155) 4. Juan Dixon (01) 



61 



2. Juan Dixon 1011 



3. Albert King 1811 



53.5 1471 5. Lonny Baxter 1021 



57 



Keith Gatlin 1881 



Greg Manning (601 



23.5 1471 



5. John Lucas 1751 



53.3 1701 



Career - Field Goals Made 

1 . Juan Dixon 199. 00. 01 . 051 99 



Game - Field Goals 
Attempted 

1 . Albert King vs, Indiana [ ME. 2R. 3-14-811 



4. Drew Nicholas 1031 



Sarunas Jasikevicius 1981 



58 



5. Len Bias vs. UNLV IW. 2R. 3-18-881 23 



2. Lonny Baxter 199, 00. 01.051 



84 



3. Len Bias (83. 64. 85. 861 



3. Johnny Rhodes vs. Santa Clara 
IW. 1R. 3-15-98) 



22 



4. Terence Morris 198. 99. 00. 01) 

Series - Field Goals Made 

1 . Juan Dixon 102) 52 



5, Chris Wilcox 1051 



3. Lonny Baxter 1051 



65 

5g Owen Brown vs. Louisville IMW. RF. 3-25-751 55 

Career - Field Goal Pet. 
Cmin. SB att.J 

^ 1 , Buck Williams IBD. 811 .687 156 of 391 
~3S 5. Greg Manning (80. 811 .609 (28 of 46) 



Game - 3-Point Field 
Goals Made 

1 . Drew Nicholas vs, UNC Wilmington 

(S. 1R. 3-21-03) 5. 

Juan Dixon vs. Kansas IFF. NSF. 3-30-021 5 
Juan Dixon vs. Siena (E. 1R. 3-15-021 5 



Keith Gatlin vs. UC Santa Barbara 
(SE. 1R. 3-1B-8B) 



4. Lonny Baxter 1011 



30 3. Joe Smith 194. 95) 



.556 145 of 81) 



5. Juan Dixon 1011 



29 4. John Lucas 173. 751 



.554 146 of 831 



t:Det=:st=lG C3f MUominstm 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions ^tm^ _ 

Final Four • 2001 , 2002 'Lm^K 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances '1994, 1995, 1996, 1S97, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's BasketbaBCLf m J 




Career - 3-Point Field 
Goals Att. 

1 , Juan Dixon 199, 00. D1 , Pg) 

g. Drew Nicholas 100, 01 , 05,03) 



Career - Free Thravi/s 
Attempted 

1 . Lonny Baxter 193, 00, 01 , Qgl 



105 



49 g. Juan Dixon 199, DO, 01 , Og) 



70 



3, Steve Blake 100. 01 . Og. 031 



47 3. Keith Booth 194, 95, 96, 971 



48 



4. Duane Simpkins 194. 95, 9B1 

5. Terence Morris (9B. 99, 00, 01) 

Series - 3-Point Field 
Goals Att. 

1. Juan Dixon lOgl 



Adrian Branch 183, 84, 85) 



_g9 

gB 5, Joe Smith 194, 951 



48 



45 



Series - Free Throws 
Attempted 

1 . Lonny Baxter lOgl 



g, Juan Dixon 1011 



43 

g4 g. Lonny Baxter 1011 



4g 



35 



3. Steve Blake IQgl 



g1 3. Juan Dixon lOg) 



33 



4. Drew Nicholas 1031 



go 4, Keith Booth 1941 



g8 



5. Drew Nicholas lOgl 



19 5. Joe Smith 1941 



g5 



Game - 3-Point Field 
Goals Att. 

1 . Juan Oixon vs. Kansas IFF, NSF, 3-30-Ga 1 1 
g. Juan Dixon vs. Duke IFF, NSF, 3-31 -Oil 10 
3, Drew Nicholas vs. UNO Wilmington 

IS, 1R, 3-g1-031 B 

Juan Dixon vs. Kentucky IE, RSF, 3-gg-OglB 
Juan Dixon vs. Siena IE. 1R. 3-1g-0gl 8 



Tom Younfl 15B1 



g5 



Game - Free Throws Att. 

1 , Lonny Baxter vs. Connecticut IE. RF, 3-g4-D31 IB 
g. Joe Smith vs. Texas IW. gR. 3-1B-95) IB 



Keith Gatlin vs. Kentucky ISE, 2R. 3-gO-B81 
Keith Gatlin vs. UC Santa Barbara 
ISE. 1R, 3-1B-BB1 



B 



Career - 3FG Pet. Cmin. 
no att.J 

1 . Keith Gatlin 1B4. B5. BB. BBl .5B3 19 of 1 B) 
g. Barunas Jasikevicius 195, 9B, 97, 9B1 

.soonoofgoi 



3. Len Bias vs. Pepperdine IW, 1R. 3- 14-8611 4 

4. Lonny Baxter vs. Georgetown 

W. RSF. 3-gg-011 11 

Career - Free Throw Pet. 
Cmin. 12 att.J 

1 . Byron Mouton 101 . Qgl ,929 BB of gSl 
g. Drew Nicholas IGD. 01, Qg, D31.BB9 135 of 361 
3. Len Bias (B3. 84. 85. BBl ,864 138 of 441 




Juan Dixon 

Career - Rebounding 
Average 



John Lucas (73. 751 



.864l19olggl 1, Buck Williams IBO. 811 



1g.5150) 



5. Juan Dixon 199, 00, 01 , Ogl.8g9 158 of 701 g. Joe Smith (94. 95) 



1g.gl731 



Buck Williams 

Series - Blocked Shots 

1 . Lonny Baxter lOgl 13_ 

Terence Morris 1011 8_ 

Joe Smith 1951 8 



3. Ernest Graham 180, 811 



8.8 1351 



4. Chris Wilcox lOgl 



3. Juan Dixon 199, 00, 01 , 0gl.43g 138 of 881 

Series - 3FG Pet. (min. 7 att.J 

1 . Barunas Jasikevicius 1981 .61 5 IB of 1 31 



Series - Free Throw/ Pet. 
Cmin. ia att.J 

1 . Tahi Holden lOgl 1.000 115 of 151 



4. Lonny Baxter 199. 00, 01 , Ogl B.B (1371 



5. Keith Booth 194. 951 



8.5 1681 



g, Byron Mouton lOgl 



.941 (16 of 17) 



3. Rudy Archer IBBl 



.929 (13 of 141 



Series - Rebounding 
Average 



g. Keith Gatlin (881 



3. Juan Dixon lOg) 



.563 13 of 181 4. Steve Sheppard 1751 



.817111 of 1gl 1 . Joe Smith 1951 



13.01391 



.51glggof431 5. Len Bias 18B1 



.913 Igl ofgBl 



Buck Williams 1811 



13.0 IgBl 



Game - Blocked Shots 

1 . Joe Smith vs. Texas IW. gR. 3-18-951 7 
g. Chris Wilcox vs. Kansas IFF. NSF, 3030-021 4 

Lonny Baxter vs. Wisconsin IE. 2R, 3-17-0214 

Terence Morris vs. Georgetown 

IW. RSF. 3-22-01) 4 



4. Steve Blake 1011 



.500 16 of 121 



5. Terence Morris 1981 



.489 13 of 71 



Teyon McCoy (BBl 



.489 (3 of 71 



Game - 3FG Pet. Cmin. 3 att.J 

1 . Sarunas Jasikevicius vs. Illinois 

IW. gR. 3-14-981 1 .000 14 of 41 

Duane Simpkms vs. Massachusetts 
IMW. 2R. 3-19-941 1.000 14 of 41 



Game - Free Throw/ Pet. 
Cmin. 7 att.J 

1 . Byron Mouton vs. George Mason 

(W. 1R. 3-15-011 1 .000 (9 of 9) 



3, Keith Booth [951 



12.3(37) 



4, Buck Williams (80) 



12.0 (g4) 



Lonny Baxter vs. lona (MW, 1R. 3-1 6-00) 4 
Derrick Lewis vs. UNLV IW, gR, 3-1B-8B1 4 



Len Elmore 1731 



12.01241 



Len Bias vs. UNLV 
IW. 2R. 3-1B-B61 



Career - Assists 

1 . Steve Blake 100. 01 . 02, 031 



Derrick Lewis vs. Miami-OH 
ISE, 1H, 3-15-851 



87(6.11 



1 .000 19 of 9) 2. Keith Gatlin 1B4, 85. BB, BBl 



69 (7.71 



Career - Steals 

1 . Juan Dixon 199. 00, 01 , 021 



30 



John Lucas vs. Notre Dame 
(MW, RSF, 3-20-751 



3. Juan Dixon 199. 00. 01 . 021 



43 (2.7) 2. Steve Blake (00. 01 . 02. 031 



g7 



Steve Blake vs. Stanford 
IW. RF. 3-g4-011 



1 .000 (3 of 31 



Tah| Holden vs. Stanford 
IW, RF. 3-g4-011 



.750 13 of 41 



5. Steve Blake vs. UNC Wilmington 



IS. 1R. 3-51-031 



.667 Ig of 31 



Career - Free Throws Made 

1 . Lonny Baxter 199. 00. 01 . Og) 69 



Juan Dixon vs. George Mason 

IW, 1R, 3-15-01) 1 .000 17 of 7) 

5. Rudy Archer vs. UC Santa Barbara 

ISE. 1R. 3-18-661 .917111 of 121 

' Len Bmore shot 12-for-13 from the free throi* 
line in the championship game of the 1375 NIT. 



1 .000 18 of 61 4. Terrell Stokes 198, 97, 98, 991 39 (4.91 3. Johnny Rhodes 194. 95, 961 



15 



5. Ouane Simpkins 194. 95. 961 38 15.41 4. Terence Morris 198. 99. 00. Oil 



14 



Series - Assists 

1 Steve eiake 1021 



5. Byron Mouton 101. 021 



13 



40 16.71 



2. Steve Blake 1011 



30 (8.0) 



Series - Steals 

1 . Juan Dixon 1011 



14 



3, Keith Gatlin (85) 



24 (8.0) g. Juan Dixon (Og) 



12 



Career - Rebounds 

1 . Lonny Baxter 199. 00. 01 . Ogl 



4. Ouane Simpkins 194) 



gg (7.3) 3. Steve Blake 1031 



137(8.6) 



2. Juan Dixon 199, 00. 01 , 02) 



56 g. Terence Morris 198. 99, 00, Oil 85 (8.5) 



3. Len Bias 183, 64, 65, 881 



38 3. Joe Smith 194. 95) 



73112.2) 



4. Adrian Branch 163, 84. 851 



37 4. Keith Booth 194. 95. 96, 971 



66 (8.5) 



5. Tahi Holden 101 . 02, 03, 041 



35 



Series - Free Throw/s Made 

1 . Lonny Baxter 1021 30, 



Series - Rebounds 

1 . Lonny Baxter (Og) 



g. Lonny Baxter (01) 



g. Juan Dixon lOg) 



g8 3. Joe Smith 1951 



3. Lonny Baxter 1011 



g1 4. Terence Morris 1011 



Len Bias 1861 



g1 5. Keith Booth 1951 



Single Game - Assists 

1. Keith Gatlin vs. Navy ISE. gR. 3-17-85) Ig 

g. Steve Blake vs. Kansas IFF. NSF. 3-30-021 1 1 

Steve Blake vs. Siena IE. 1R, 3-15-021 1 1 

Duane Simpkins vs. Saint Louis 

IMW. 1R. 3-17-941 li 

Career - Assists Average 

1 , Keith Gatlin 184, 85. BB. BBl 7.7 1691 

33 (7.ei 2, Steve Blake 100. 01 , 02, 031 6.1 1971 

37(12.3) 3, Duane Simpkins 194, 95, 96) 5.4 13B1 



Steve Blake 1021 



5. Chris Wilcox 1021 



Byron Mouton lOgl 



51 (8.51 



50(10.0) 



39113.0) 



Single Game - Steals 

1 . Steve Blake vs. Michigan State 

IS, RSF, 3-86-031 5. 

Juan Dixon vs. Kansas IFF. NSF. 3-30-Qgl 5 

Johnny Rhodes vs. 6anta Clara 

(W, 1R. 3-15-86) 5 



5. Joe Smith 1941 



go 



Tom Young 1581 



go 



Game - Free Throws Made 

1 . Lonny Baxter vs. Connecticut IE. RR 3-24-021 1 5 
g. Len Bias vs. Pepperdine IW, 1R, 3-14-86118 
3. Joe Smith vs. Texas IW, gR, 3-16-851 11 



Single Game - Rebounds 

1 . Joe Smith vs. Texas IW. gR. 3-18-951 g1 
g. Tom Roy vs. Louisville IMW, RF, 3-gg-751gQ 
3. Ryan Randle vs. UNC Wilmington 

(S, 1R. 3-g1-03) IB 



4. Terrell Stokes 196. 97. 98. 991 4.9 1391 5, 



Derrick Lewis vs. UC 5anta Barbara 
(SE. 1R. 3-18-89) 



Series - Assists Average 

1 , Keith Gatlin (84) B.51171 



Juan Dixon vs. Georgia State 
(W. 2R. 3-17-011 



2, Keith Gatlin (851 



8.0 1241 



Steve Francis vs. Creighton 
16, 2R. 3-13-991 



3. Keith Gatlin (86) 



7.51151 



Rudy Archer vs. UC Santa 8arbara 
(SE. 1R. 3-1B-BB) 



Buck Williams vs. UT-Chattanooga 
IME. 1R. 3-12-811 



4. Duane Simpkins (94) 



7.3 (221 



Johnny Rhodes vs. Michigan 
IMW. R5F. 3-24-94) 



16 



11 



Byron Mouton vs. George Mason 

IW, 1R. 3-15-011 9 

Joe Smith vs. Saint Louis IMW, 1R, 3-17-941 9 
Len Bias vs. UNLV (W. gR, 3-16-86) 9 



Keith Booth vs. Gonzaga (W, 1R. 3-18-95)15 
Joe Smith vs. Saint Louis IMW, 1R, 3-17-94)15 
Buck Williams vs. Georgetown 
IE, RSF, 3-14-80) 15 



Career - Blocked Shots 

1 . Terence Morris 198. 99. 00. 01) 



Joe Smith vs. Texas IW, gR, 3-18-95) 



g1 



Albert King vs. Georgetown 
IE, RSF, 3-14-80) 



g. Lonny Ba xter 199. 00, 01 . Og) 
3. Joe Sm i th [94. 951 



gg 
14 



Derrick Lewis 185. BBl 



14 



5. Tahi Holden 100. 01 , 08, 03) 



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All -Time /Records 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 



Sweet Sixteen ' 
NCAA Appearances • 1994. 



2002 National Champions 

Final Four '2001, 2002 
1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
1995, 1996, 1997, 1998. 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



d Men's Basketball 



NCAA Team Records 



Maryland Team 

Largest Margin of Victory 

3D vs. Wisconsin 1B7-57), 3-17-Qg 

Largest Margin of Defeat 

35 vs. UCI-A (1D5-7D1, 3-1B-00:vs. Indiana 199-641, 3-14-81 

Overtime Periods 

1- Maryland def. Miami-DH, 69-68, 3-15-85 

Points 

Series High- 5Dg in 2002 16 games) 

Single Game High- IQg vs. West Virginia, 3-17-84 

Single Game Low- 43 vs. VJIIanovs, 3-22-85 

Scoring Average 

Series High- 90.0 in 1973 1180 in 2 games) 

Series Low- 51 .0 in 1 983 11 02 in 2 games) 

Field Goals Made 

Series High- 1 70 in 2002 16 games) 

Single Game High- 40 vs. Providence, 3-17-73 

Single Game Low- 16 vs. Manhattan, 3-15-58 

Field Goals Attempted 

Series High- 357 in 2002 16 games) 

Single Game High- 83 vs. Connecticut. 3-23-95 

Single Geme Low- 39 vs. Houston, 3-19-83 

Field Goal Pet. 

Series High- .583 in 1980 167 of 1 15, 2 games) 

Series Lo w- .398 in 1 958 168 of 1 71 . 3 games) 

Single Game High- .667 vs. West Virginia (36 of 54), 3-1 7-84 
Single Game Low- .271 vs. Manhattan (16 of 59), 3-15-58 

3-Point Field Goals Made 

Series High- 37 in 2002 16 games) 

Single Game High- 1 1 vs. Arizona. 3-19-98 

Single Game Low- vs. Texas, 3-18-95 

3-Point Field Goals Attempted 

Series High- 93 in 2002 16 games) 

Single Ga me Hi gh- 29 vs. Banta Clara, 3-15-96 

Single Game Low- 5 vs. Texas, 3-18-95; 

vs. 38int Louis. 3-17-94 

3-Point Field Goal Pet. 

Series High- ,410 in 1988 116 of 39. 2 games) 

Series Low- .262 in 1 995 11 1 of 42. 3 games) 

Single Game High- .800 vs. Massachusetts 18 of 1 D), 3-1 9-94 
Single Game Low- .OOP vs. Texas 10 of 5), 3-18-95 

Free Throws Made 

Series High- 1 24 in 2002 IB games) 

Single Game High- 31 vs. Connecticut, 3-24-02 

Single Game Low- 4 vs. Indiana, 3-14-81 

Free Throws Attempted 

Series H ig h- 154 in 2002 16 games) 

Single Ga me High- 42 vs . B oston College, 3-11 -58 

Single Geme Lo w 6 vs. Ind i ana, 3-14-81 



Rebounds 

Seri es High - 231 in 2002 16 games) 



Free Throw Pet. 

Series High- ,824 in 1 985 128 of 34, 3 games) 

Series Low- ,588 in 1963 120 of 34, 2 games); 

L" 1 980 (20 of 34, 2 games) 

Sing le Game H igh- .917 vs. Miami-OH (11 of 12), 3-15-85 
Single Game Low- ,455 vs. Santa Clara (10 of 221, 3-15-96 



Single Game High- 54 vs. Boston College, 3-11-58 

Single Game Low- 23 vs. Kentucky, 3-20-BB; vs. Navy, 3-17- 
85; vs. Houston, 3-19-83 

Rebounding Average 

Series High- 48,3 in 1995 1145 in 3 games) 

Series Low- 25.0 in 1988 150 in 2 games) 

Fouls 

Series High- 108 in 2001 15 games) 

Single Game High- 31 vs. Santa Clara. 3-15-96 

Single Game Low- 1 1 vs. Illinois, 3-14-98 

Assists 

Series High- 102 in 2002 16 games) 

Single Game High- 25 vs. Siena, 3-15-02 

Single Game Low- 7 vs. Houston, 3-19-83 



3-Point Field Goal Pet. 

Series H igh- .517 in 1988 115 of 29, 2 games) 



Blocked Shots 

Serie s High- 28 in 2002 IB games) 



Single Game High- 8 vs. Miami-QH. 3-15-B5 
Single Game Low- vs. several opponents 

Steals 

Ser ies High- 50 in 2002 16 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 

Points 

Series High- 417 in 2002 16 games) 

Single Game High- 105 by UCLA. 3-18-00 
Single Game Low- 46 by Villanova. 3-22-85 

Scoring Average 

Series High- 89.0 in 1973 (178 in 2 games) 
Series Low- 55.5 in 1983 11 1 1 in 2 games) 

Field Goals Made 

Se ries High- 1 46 in 2002 16 games) 

Single Game High- 43 by Providence, 3-17-83 
Single Game Low- 1 7 by Villanova. 3-22-85; 
by Boston College, 3-11-58 



Field Goals Attempted 

SeriesJIigh- 365 in 2002 16 games) 



Single Game High- 74 by Connecticut, 3-23-95 
Single Game Low- 39 by Houston, 3-19-83 



Field Goal Pet. 

Series High- .570 in 1 973 177 01 135, 2 games) 
SeriesLow- .3 43 in 1958 168 of 198, 3 games) 
Single Game High- ,651 by Indiana (41 of 631, 3-14-81 
Single Game Low- .243 by Boston College 

(17 of 70), 3-11-58 



3-Point Field Goals Made 

Series High- 46 in 2002 (6 games) 

Si ngle Game High- 14 by UCLA. 3-18-00 

Single Game Low- 3 by Utah State. 3-12-98; by Texas, 3-18- 
95; by Massachusetts, 3-19-94 

3-Point Field Goals Attempted 

Series High- 124 in 2002 [B games) 

Single Game High- 32 by Creighton, 3-13-99 

Single Game Low- 9 by Kentucky, 3-20-88 



Series Low- 250 in 1995 11 5 of 60, 3 games) 
Sing le Game High- ,560 by UCLA 114 of 25), 3-18-00 
Single Game Low- .143 by Texas 13 of 21), 3-18-95 



Free Throws Made 

Series High- 98 in 2001 (5 games) 



Singl e Game Hig h- 34 by Santa Clara. 3-15-96 
Single Game Lo w- 2 by Indiana, 4-1-02 



Free Throws Attempted 

Series High- 137 in 200 1 1 5 games) 



Single Game High- 41 by Santa Clara, 3-15-96 

Single Game Low- 6 by Illinois, 3-14-98 

Free Throw Pet. 

Series High- .903 in 1981 128 of 31 , 2 games) 

Series Low- .463 in 1983 119 of 41 , 2 games) 

Single Game High- 1 .000 by Siena 110 of 10), 3-15-02; 

UT-Chattanooga 11 1 of 11). 3-12-B1 

Single Game Low- .286 by Indiana 12 of 7). 4-1 -02 

Rebounds 

Series H igh- 210 in 2002 (6 games) 

Smgle Game H igh- 46 by Temple, 3-14-58 

Single Game Low- 23 by Saint Louis, 3-17-94; 

by Syracuse. 3-15-73 

Rebounding Average 

Series High- 43.0 in 1958 1129 in 3 games) 

Series Low- 29.0 in 1984 (58 in 2 games) 

Fouls 

Series High- 126 in 2002 (6 games) 

Single G ame High- 28 by Georgetown, 3-22-01 

Single Game Low- 9 by Indiana, 3-14-81 



>4ssfsts 

Series High- 65 in 2002 IB games) 



Single Game High- 28 by UCLA, 3-18-00 
Single Game Low- 5 by Texas, 3-18-95 



Blocked Shots 

Serie s High- 23 in 2002 (6 games); in 2001 15 games) 
Single Game High- B by St. John's, 3-1B-99; 

by Arizona, 3-19-98 



Single Game Low- by several opponents 

Steals 

Series High- 43 in 2002 16 games) 

Single Game High- 14 by Creighton, 3-13-99 



Single Game Low- by Notre Dame, 3-20-75 




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Jasikevic'ms 



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All -Time Records 




Maryland Men's Bask 



w«» A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions ~- -- 

Final Four ' 2001 . 2002 

Sweet Sixteen > 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002. 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997. 1998. 1999. 2000. 2001, 2002, 2003 




NCAA Team Miscellany 



AU'Time Raster • 

NCAA Tournament Games 



A 

Jeff Adkins 17-7; 83, 84. 851 



Rudy Archer IS-g; BB) 



Earl Badu 12-0; 00, 02) 



Taylor Baldwin 13-0; BO, B11 



Jeff Baxter (9-2: B3, B4, 85, BBl 
Lonny Baxter tIB-IB: 99, 00, 01. 021 



Jerry Bechtle [2-0; 5B1 



Len Bias 19-9: S3, 84, 85, BBl 



SteveBlake[1B-1B;0D. 01,02, 031 



Bob Bodell :2-9; 731 



Keith Booth 18-8; 94, 95, 98, 971 



Nick Bosnic 13-0; 941 



John Boyle 11-0; 751 



Adrian Branch 17-7; 83, 84, 851 
Wayne Bristol lB-0; 94, 951 

Darrell Brown lg-0; 73) 

Owen Brown 15-3; 73, 751 



Al Bunge 13-3; 581 



c 

Nik Caner-Medley tS-Bi 03) 



LaRon Cephas 15-0; 98, 99, 001 



Ben Coleman 14-4; 83, 841 



Andre Collins [5-Oi Qg, 03) 



D 

Gene Danko 13-0; 581 



Brad Dayis 13-3; 751 



Nick Davis 13-3; 581 



Dave Dickerson 13-0: 8B, 881 



JuanDixonl1B-13;99, 00, 01,02) 



Chuck Drieselll1-0; 841 



Obinna Ekezie 15-5; 9B, 97, 981 
Rodney Elliott 17-4; 95, 96, 97, 981 



Len Elmore 12-2: 731 



F 

Ed Farmer 12-1; 831 



Norman Fields 13-0; 96, 99) 



Mark Fother^ill 14-1 . 63-841 



Steve Francis (3-3; 991 



G 

John Gilchrist (3-0; D3)_ 
Travis Garrison (3-0; 03) 



Keith Gatlin [9-7; 84. 85. 86, BB) 

Ernest Graham 14-4; 80. 81) 

Mike Grinnon H-O; OBI 

H 

Billy Hahn 14-0; 73. 75) 

Matt Hahn 12-0; 99, 001 

Jim Halleck 13-0; 581 

Exree Hipp 17-7; 94, 95, 961 

Pete Holbert 11-0; 641 

Tah|Holden(16-4;00, 01.02. 031 

Steve Hood 12-0; 681 

Maurice Howard (5-Q: 73. 75) 

J 

Regaie Jackson 14-4; 60, 81) 

Sarunas Jasikevicius 17-3; 95, 98, 97, 961 

John Johnson (1-0; 861 

Tom Jones 15-0; 65, 66) 

Donny Judd (3-0; 94, 95) 



K 

Albert King 14-4; 80, 811 



Matt Kovarik 19-0; 94. 95. 97, 9B1 



Pete Krukar (1-0; 581 



L 

Derrick Lewis 17-7; 65, 86, 



Terry Long 17-2; 64, 65, 861 



John Lucas 15-5; 73, 75! 



Mario Lucas 17-0: 94, 95, 961 



M 



Greg Manning 14-4; 60, 611 



Mike Mardesich 113-0; 98, 99, 00, 01) 

Tony Massenburg 12-2; 881 

CalyinMcCall(8-1;00, 02, 031 



Teyon McCoy 12-0; 88) 



Tom McMillan (2-2: 731 



Charles McNeill 13-3; 5B1 



Danny Miller 19-1; 99,00,01) 



Perry Moore 12-0; 581 



Dutch Morley 14-0; 80, 811 



Bill Murphy 12-0; 56) 



N 

John Nacincik 13-3; 581 



John Newsomel1-0; 751 



a 

Jim O'Brien (g-g; 731 



P 

Chris Patton 13-0; 751 



Charles Pittman 12-0; 81) 



Rich Porac 11-0; 73) 



R 

Ryan Randle 19-3; 02, 03) 



Matt Raydo (4-0; 94, 95, 9B1 



Steve Rivers (4-0; 81 , 63) 



Tom Roy (5-3; 73, 751 



Steve Sheppard 13-3; 75) 



Kurtis Shultz 13-0; 94, 951 



: 3 -c- ns [7-7; 94, 95, 96) 



Dua 

Jamar Smith [3'0| 031 



Joe Smith 16-6; 94, 951 



V 

Herman Veal Ig-g; 84) 



w 

Rodney Walker 11-0; 66) 



Brian Watkins lg-0; 991 



Julian Weingarten 11-0; 581 



Howard White (g-0; 731 



Chris Wilcox 11 1-6; 01, 02) 



Brian Williams 12-2; 88) 



Buck Williams 14-4; BO, 81) 



Y 

Tom Young 13-3; 58) 



Terps On 
NCAA All- 
Tournament 
Teams 

Lonny Baxter 

gOPg - Final Four 

gOQg - East Region MVP 

2001 - West Region MVP 

Juan Dixon 

gOOg - Final Four MVP 

2002 - East Region 

g001 - West Region 

Chris Wilcox 

g002 - Final Four 



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Terence Morris 113-10; 98, 99, 00, Oil 
Byron Mouton 11 1-11; 01, Ogl 



Drew Nicholas 118-3; 00, 01 , Qg, 03) 



Laron Profit (8-7; 98, 97, 98. 991 




Tom McMillen 



Johnny Rhodes 17-7; 94. 95. 981 



NCAA Tournament Starting Lineups 

Year Lineup 

1 956 F Charles McNeil. F John Nacincik, C Al Bunge. G Nick Davis, G Tom Young 

1973 F Jim 0'8rien, F Len Elmore. C Tom McMillen. G John Lucas, G Bob Bodell 



Terrell Btokes (S-7; 96, 97, 98, 991 



1975 
1960 
1961 
1963 
1984 
1985 
1966 



F Steve Sheppard. F Owen Brown, C Tom Roy. G John Lucas, G Brad Davis 

F Albert King. F Ernest Graham. C Buck Williams. G Reggie Jackson, G Greg Manning 
F Albert King. F Ernest Graham, C Buck Williams, G Reggie Jackson. G Greg Manning 
F Len Bias, F Ed Farmer, F Mark Fothergill, C 6en Coleman, G/F Adrian Branch, G Jeff Adkins 

F Len Bias, F Herman Veal, C Ben Coleman. G,'F Adrian Branch. G Jeff Adkins 

F Len Bias, G/F Adnan Branch. F/C Derrick Lewis, G Keith Gatlin. G Jeff Adkins 

F Len Bias, F/C Derrick Lewis, C Terry Long, G Keith Gatlin, G Jeff Baxter 



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1994 
1995 
1996 
1997 
1998 
1999 
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2001 
2002 
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F Tony Massenburg, F Der rick Lewis, C Brian Williams, G Keith Gatlin, G Rudy Archer 
F Exree Hipp, F/G Keith Booth, F/C Joe Smith, G Duane Simpkins, G John ny Rhodes 
F Exree Hipp, F/G Keith Booth, F/C Joe Smith, G Duane Simpkins, G Johnny Rhodes 
F Exree Hipp, F/G Keith Booth, C Obinna Ekeae, G Duane Simpkins. G Johnny Rhodes 
F Laron Profit, F Rodney Elliott, C Obinna Ekezie, G Terrell Stokes, G Keith Booth 
F Laron Profit. F Rodney Elliott, C Obinna Ekezie, G Terrell S t okes, G Sarunas Jasikevicius 
F Laron Profit, F Terence Moms, C Lonny Baxter. G Terrell Stoke s G Steve Francis 
F Danny Miller, F Tahj Holden. F Terence Morris. C Lonny Baxter, G Juan Dixon, G Steve Slake 
F Byron Mouton, F Terence Morris, C Lonny Baxter, G Juan Dixon, G Steve Blake 

F Byron Mouton, F Chris Wilcox, C Lonny Baxter, G Juan Dixon, G Steve Blake 

F Nik Caner-Medley/Calvin McCall. F Tah| Holden, F/C Ryan Randle. G Drew Nicholas. 
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A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 
Final Four •2001,2002 
Sweet Sixteen* 1994, 1935, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995. 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 



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TEAM, 



iradition 



1957-58 197S-73 1974-75 



Record; 22-7 H 10-1 A 6-4 N 6-2 
ACC: 9-5, 4th place, ACC Tournament champion 
Postseason; NCAA East Region 3rd place 
Rankings: AP No. 6, UPI No. 6 




Team Roster 



No. 

sa 

S5 
30 
32 
33 
34 
35 
40 
43 
44 
45 
50 
53 
54 



Name 

Bill Murphy 
Gene Danko 
Tom Young 
Nick Davis 
John Nacincik 
Pete Knukar 
Jerry Bechtle 



Vr. 

Jr. 
Jr. 
Sr 
Sn, 
Sr, 
So. 
So, 



Julian "Doc" Weingarten Jr. 



Bob McDonald 
Jim Halleck 
Perry Moore 
Charles McNeil 
Jerry Shanahan 
Al Bunge 



So, 
Jr. 
Sr 
So. 
So. 
So. 



Pas. 

F 

G 

G 

F 

F 

G 

F 

F 
F-C 

F 

C 
C-F 

F 

C 



Head Coach: H.A. "Bud" Millikan 



Ht. m. 

6-3 1B0 
6-2 180 
B-1 170 
8-2 185 
6-3 175 
B-1 175 
6-2 195 
6-4 190 
6-7 190 
6-0 195 
8-4 205 
6-6 180 
6-2 190 
6-9 215 
Assistant 



Hometown 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
McKeesport. Pa. 
Natrona Heights, Pa. 
Rankin. Pa. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Ford City. Pa. 
Elizabeth, N.J. 
Washington, D.C. 
Lansdowne, Pa. 
Elizabeth, N,J. 
Belpre, Ohio 
Pennsgrove, N.J. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Palmyra. N.J. 
Coaches: Bob Ladd 



Season 

Name 

Charles McNeil 
Nick Davis 
Al Bunge 
John Nacincik 
Tom Young 
Gene Danko 
Jim Halleck 
Jerry Bechtle 
Doc Weingarten 
Bill Murphy 
Jerry Shanahan 
Pete Krukar 
Perry Moore 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



Statistics 

GPFG% FT%Reb.-/)vg.Asst, 

29 .442 .762 202-6.9 
29.463 .761 75-2.6 
29 .402 .542 265-9. 1 
28.360 .735 151-5.4 
23.388 .740 120-5.2 

762 48-1 .7 

672 

429 

775 

774 

575 

900 

638 



28 .407 
23 .457 
26.416 
19.517 
20.312 
16.706 
19.400 
24.136 
S9 ,416 
S9 .35S 



64-2.8 
47-1.8 
38-2.0 
43-2.2 
11-.7 
9-.5 
31-1.3 
.6S81175.'10.5 
.E7E1031.35.E 



Pts.-Avg 

401-13.8 

372-12.8 

297-10.2 

246-8.9 

224-9.8 

122-4.4 

85-3.7 

82-3.2 

61-3.2 

54-2.7 

39-2.8 

17-0.9 

13-0 5 

3004-69.1 

1671-57.6 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Virginia, 70-66 
Semifinals - defeated Duke, 71 -65 (DTI 
Championship - defeated North Carolina, 86-74 

NCAA Tournament 

East Region First Round - defeated Boston College, 88-63 

East Region Semifinal - lost to Temple, 71-67 

East Region Consolation - defeated Manhattan, 59-55 



Record; 23-7 H 13-7 A: 7-4 N 3-2 
ACC: 7-5, 3rd place, ACC Tournament finalist 
Postseason: NCAA Elite Eight 
Rankings: AP No. 8, UPI No. 10 







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Team Roster 

No. Name Vr. Pos. Ht. 



10 
13 
14 
15 
21 
22 
23 
24 
33 
35 
41 
42 
44 
45 
54 



Rich Porac 
Howard White 
Donald White 
John Lucas 
Billy Hahn 
Jap Trimple 
Varick Cutler 
Maurice Howard 
Darrell Brown 
Bob Bodell 
Len Elmore 
Owen Brown 
Jim O'Brien 
Tom Roy 
Tom McMillen 



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



6-0 
6-0 
6-4 
6-4 
5-10 
6-3 
6-7 
6-2 
6-8 
6-4 



F-C 8-9 

F-C 6-9 

F 6-8 

C 6-9 

C 6-11 



Wt. Hometown 

178 Monroeville, Pa. 
160 Hampton, Va. 

179 Pittsburgh, Pa. 
175 Durham, N.C. 
155 Mishawaka, Ind. 
181 New York, N.Y 
205 N- Tanawanda, N.Y 
170 Philadelphia, Pa. 
225 Pittsburgh, Pa. 

1 80 Frankfort. Ky. 
232 Spnngfield Gardens, N.Y 
205 La Grange. III. 
202 Falls Church, Va. 
210 S.Windsor, Conn. 
213 Mansfield, Pa. 



Head Coach: Charles "Lefty" Driesell 

Assistant Coaches: Jim Moloney. Joe Harrington. Tim Autry 



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 White 
Billy Hahn 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



GPFG% 

29 -585 

30 .555 
30 .538 

26 .469 
30 .503 

27 .508 
29.517 
30.419 

29 .404 
24 .483 
19.405 
14.455 
IB ,714 

30 .SSO 
30 .468 



FT'%fleb.-Avg, 

.800 284-9.8 
.844 144-4.8 
.703 83-2.8 
.607290-11.2 
.820 80-2.B 
.684 77-2.9 
.529 113-3.9 
.643 72-2.4 
19-1.5 



.579 
.529 
.750 
.500 

000 



Asst. Pts.-Avg 

28616-21.2 

67498-18.8 

178425-14.2 

35261-10.D 

121 238-7.9 

147-5.4 

128-4.4 

122-4.1 

81-2.8 



7-2.9 
14-.7 
5-.4 
0-0 
.71S1367.45.4 
.6861043.34.8 



44 

8 

17 

25 

23 

7 

1 

1 



37-1.5 
3B-2.0 
12-0.9 
10-0 6 
557 2613-87.1 
363 S28E.74.S 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Clemson. 77-61 
Semifinals - defeated Wake Forest. 73-65 
Championship - lost to NC State. 76-74 

NCAA Tournament 

East Region First Round - bye 

East Region Semifinal - defeated Syracuse. 91-75 

East Region Final - lost to Providence, 103-89 



Record; 23-7 H 13-1 A: 7-4 N 3-2 

ACC: 10-2, l5t pface, ACC Regular Season champion 

Postseason; NCAA Elite Eight 

Rankings: AP No. 5, UPI No. 5 




Team Roster 



No. Name Vr. 

5 John Boyle Jr. 

10 Steve Sheppard So. 

1 2 Mike Brashears Fr 

1 3 James Jones Jr. 
1 5 John Lucas Jr. 

20 John Newsome Fr. 

21 Billy Hahn Sr. 

22 Mike Cherry Fr 
24 Maurice Howard Jr. 
30 Brad Davis Fr 
42 Owen Brown Sr. 

44 Chris Patton Fr 

45 Tom Roy Sr. 
Head Coach: Charles "Lefty" Driesell 
Assistant Coaches; Joe Harrington. Dave 
Howard White 

Season Statistics 



Pos. Ht. Wt. 

F 8-7 210 
B-B 210 
6-1 170 
6-4 205 
6-4 170 
8-8 195 
5-11 150 
8-5 190 
6-3 170 
8-3 180 
F-C 6-8 205 
C 6-9 210 
C 6-9 210 



Hometown 

Hyattsville. Md. 
New York, N.Y. 
Hagerstown, Md. 
Seat Pleasant, Md. 
Durham. N.C. 
Norfolk, Va. 
Mishawaka, Ind. 
Elm City, N,C. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Monaca. Pa. 
LaGrange, III. 
Bessemer, Ala. 
S.Windsor, Conn. 

Pritchect. 



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 



GPF6% 

24 ,549 
29.513 
29.519 
29 .565 
29 .580 
29 .BOB 
19 531 
23 .487 
22 .561 
18.333 
S9 .547 
89 .441 



FT%fleb.-Avg. 

.836 100-4.2 
.829 206-7.8 
.712 217-7.5 
.727 77-2.7 
.820 95-3.3 
.688321-11.1 
.733 54-2.8 
.778 49-2.1 
.546 15-.7 
,400 13-. 7 
.7571261-43.5 
.694 999.34.5 



Asst. Pts.-Avg 

91469-19,5 

31431-14,9 

25416-14,3 

65388-13.4 

134384-12,6 

30320-11,0 

3 90-4.7 

3 59-2,6 

30 58-2,6 

B-D.4 

413 2607-89.9 

355 2163.74.6 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - lost to NC State, 87-85 

NCAA Tournament 

Midwest Region First Round - defeated Creighton, 83-79 
Midwest Region Semifinal - defeated Notre Dame, 83-71 
Midwest Region Final - lost to Louisville, 96-82 



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Final Four ' 2001 . 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994. 1995. 1998. 1999. 2001. 2002. 2003 

NCAA Appearances '1994. 1995. 1936. 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000. 2001, 2002, 2003 



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Record: 24-7 H 16-0 A 4-4 N 4-3 
ACC: 11-3, ACC Regular Season champion 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings: AP No. 8, UPI No. B 




Record: SI-ID H 12.3 A: 5-5 N: 4-2 
ACC: BS, 4th place, ACC Tournament finalist 
Postseason; NCAA Second Round 
Rankings: AP No. IB, UPI No. 1 1 



Record: 20-10 H 14-3 A 
ACC: B-B, 3rd place Ctiel 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round 
Rankings: None 




Team Roster 

No. Name Yr. Pas. Ht. 



10 Greg Manning Jr. 


G B-1 


15 Reggie Jackson So. 


G B-4 


SI Greg 'Dutch" Morley So. 


G B-2 


22 Mark Fothergill Fn. 


F B-9 


23 David Henderson Jr. 


C B-9 


25 Ernest Graham Jr. 


F 6-7 


41 Jon Robinson Fr. 


G B-4 


42 Herman Veal Fn. 


F B-B 


50 John Bilney Sr 


C-F B-B 


52 Charles ■Bud('Wlliams So. 


C-F B-B 


54 Taylor Baldwin So. 


C 6-10 


55 Albert King Jr. 


F B-B 


Head Coech: Charles "Lefty 


Driesell 


Assistant Coaches: Tom Abatemanco 


Sherman Dillard 





Wt. Hometown 

170 Highspire, Pa. 

210 Philadelphia, Pa. 

170 Hyattsville, Md. 

220 Somerset, Ky. 

215 Roanoke, Va. 

215 Baltimore, Md. 

1B4 Gastonia, N.C. 

200 Jackson, Miss. 

220 Wooddiff Lake, N.J. 

215 Rocky Mount, N.C. 

225 Greenwich, Conn. 

190 Brooklyn, N.Y. 

', John Kochan, 



Season Statistics 



Team Raster 

No. Name Yr. Pos. Ht. 

ID Greg Manning Sr G 6-1 

14 Steve Rivers Fr G 6-3 

1 5 Reggie Jackson Jr G 6-4 

21 Greg "Dutch" Morley Jr G 6-2 

22 Mark Fothergill So. F 6-9 
25 Ernest Graham Sr G-F 6-7 

32 Charles Pictman Jr 

33 PeteHolbert Fr 

41 Jon Robinson So. 

42 Herman Veal Fr. 
52 Charles "Buck" Williams Jr C-F 6-B 

54 Taylor Baldwin Jr C B-10 

55 Albert King Sr F S-B 
Head Coach: Charles "Lefty" Driesell 
Assistant Coaches: Tom Abatemarco, 
Sherman Dillard 



F 6-B 

F 6-B 

G 6-4 

F 6-B 



Wt. Hometown 

173 Highspire, Pa. 

170 Brockville, N.Y. 

210 Philadelphia, Pa. 

1 70 Hyattsville, Md. 

220 Somerset, Ky. 

207 Baltimore, Md. 

215 Rocky Mount, N.C. 

190 Fairfax, Va. 

185 Gastonia, N.C. 

200 Jackson, Miss. 

215 Rocky Mount, NO, 

219 Greenwich, Conn. 

190 Brooklyn, N.Y. 

, John Kochan, 



Team Roster 

No. Name Yr. Pos. Ht. Wt, Hometown 

10 JeffAdkins So. G B-5 185 Martinsville, Va. 

11 Chuck Driesell So. G 8-2 170 Silver Spring, Md. 

12 Jeff Baxter Fr G B-1 165 Washington, D.C. 
14 Steve Rivers Jr G B-3 175 Uniondale, N.Y 
20 Ed Farmer Fr. F B-B 210 Wilson, N.C. 

22 Mark Fothergill Jr F B-9 220 Somerset, Ky, 

24 Adrian Branch So. F B-B 185 Largo, Md. 

31 Bryan Palmer Fr. F 6-10205 Susquehannxk, Md. 

33 PeteHolbert Jr F-G B-B 190 Annandale, Va. 

34 Len Bias Fr. F 8-8 195 Landover, Md. 
42 Herman Veal Jr F 6-6 220 Jackson, Miss. 
52 Greg Stevens Fr. C 7-2 260 Stow, Ohio 

54 Ben Coleman Jr C-F 6-9 220 Minneapolis, Minn. 

Head Coach: Charles "Lefty" Driesell 

Assistant Coaches: John Kochan, Sherman Dillard, 

Mel Cartwright 



Name GPFG% 


Fr%Beb.-Avg.Asst. Pts.-Avg 


Season Statistics 






Season Statistics 






Albert King 31-31 .553 


.821 207-6.7 


86674-21.7 


Name 


GPFG% 


FTfcBeb.-Airg.Asst. 


Pts.-Avg 


Name GP FG% 


FDbReb.-Avg.Asst. 


Pts.-Avg 


Ernest Graham 31 -30 .501 


,858 230-7,4 


136483-15.8 


Albert King 


31-31 502 


,812 177-5.7 


92559-18,0 


Adrian Branch 29-29 .469 


.715 150-5,2 


95541-18.7 


Greg Manning 30-29.643 


,908 47-1.6 


65471-15.7 


Buck Williams 


31-31 .647 


.637363-11.7 


31482-15,6 


Ben Coleman 30-30 .571 


.652 242-8.1 


32454-15.1 


Buck Williams • 24-23 .608 


,684242-10.1 


27371-15.5 


Ernest Graham 31-31 .514 


.727 178-5.7 


120448-14,5 


Jeff Adkins 30-30 .468 


.648 80-2.7 


121 


297-9,9 


Reggie Jackson 31 -20 .429 


.811 65-2.1 


88 158-5.1 


Greg Manning 


31-31 .558 


.821 41-1.3 


85422-13.8 


Len Bias 30-13.478 


.636 125-4.2 


22 


214-7,1 


Taylor Baldwin 31-8.657 


.852 82-2.7 


11 122-3.9 


Charles Pittmar 


31-2 .670 


.640 115-3.7 


13 


158-5.1 


Mark Fothergill 30-23 .557 


.758 112-3.7 


19 


187-8.2 


Dutch Morley 31-14.453 


.792 51-1.7 


124 96-3.1 


Reggie Jackson 31 -23 .353 


.750 45-1.5 


60 


93-3.D 


Herman Veal 26-19.479 


.762 179-6.9 


18 


178-6.8 


Mark Fothergill 15-0.518 


.538 20-1.3 


1 35-2.3 


Dutch Morley 


30-7 .548 


.790 40-1.3 


84 


61-2.0 


Steve Rivers 25-5 .558 


.313 21-0.8 


22 


137-5.5 


Jon Robinson 14-0.333 


750 2-0,1 


15 31-2.2 


Bteve Rivers 


24-0 .404 


.917 10-0.4 


19 


53-2.2 


Jeff Baxter 30-0.417 


.794 20-0.7 


33 


103-3.4 


John Bilney 14-1 .450 


,482 38-2,7 


2 24-1.7 


Herman Veal 


16-0.353 


.591 31-1.9 


4 


25-1.8 


Ed Farmer 20-1 .408 


.636 44-2.2 


3 


54-2.7 


David Henderson 18-0.600 


.500 18-1.1 


3 16-1.0 


Pete Holbert 


12-0.240 


.667 15-1.3 


1 


22-1.8 


Pete Holbert 20-0 .222 


,826 11-0.6 


4 


33-1.7 


IVIaryland Toteis 31 .551 


.7341089-35,1 


5583481-80.0 


Jon Robinson 


9-0 .529 


.167 7-0.8 


3 


19-2.1 


Chuck Driesell 1 7-0 ,333 


.571 5-0.3 


5 


21-1.3 


Opponent Totals 31 ,474 


,7001000-33.3 4763326-71.8 


Taylor Baldwin 


9-0 ,667 


.750 11-1.2 


1 


11-1,8 


Bryan Palmer 1 2-0 .000 


,250 15-1.3 


1 


2-0.2 








IVIaryland Totals 


31 ,533 


.7301095.35.3 5033353.75.9 


IVIaryland Totals 30 .490 


.6851098-36.6 3753333-74.1 


ACC Tournament 




Opponent Totals 


31 .473 


.698 954.30.8 4543164.69,8 


Opponent Totals 30 ,453 


.6701032-34.1 


3853141-71.4 



Quarterfinals - defeated Georgia Tech, 51-49 (DTI 
Semifinals - defeated Clemson, 91 -85 
Finals - lost to Duke, 73-72 

NCAA Tournament 

East Region First Round - bye 

East Region Second Round - defeated Tennessee, 86-75 

East Region Semifinal - lost to Georgetown, 74-68 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Duke, 56-53 
Semifinals - defeated Virginia, 85-62 
Finals - lost to North Carolina. 61 -80 

NCAA Tournament 

Mideast Region First Round - defeated 

Tenn, -Chattanooga, SI -69 
Mideast Region Second Round - lost Co Indiana, 99-64 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - lost to Georgia Tech, 64-58 (DT) 

NCAA Tournament 

Midwest Region First Round - defeated 

Tenn, -Chattanooga, 52-51 
Midwest Region Second Round - lost to Houston, 80-50 



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A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 



Sweet Sixteen • 
NCAA Appearances • 1394. 



2002 National Champions 

Final Four ' 2001 . 2002 
1994. 1995. 199B. 1999. 2001. 2002. 2003 
f995. 1998. 1997. 1998. 1999. 2000. 2001. 2002. 



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1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 



Record; 24-8 H 13-2 A: 6-4 N: 5-2 

ACC: 9-5, 2nd place, ACC Tournament champ/on 

Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 

bankings: AP No. 11, UP/ No. 10 



Record; 25-12 H 14-2 A: 7-B N: 4-4 
ACC; B-B, 4th place ttie] 
Postseason; NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings: None 



Record: 19-14 H; 10-5 A: 6-7 N: 3-2 
ACC: 6-S, 6th place 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round 
Rankings: None 




Team Roster 



No. 

3 

10 

11 

IS 

14 

22 

24 

31 

32 

33 

34 

42 

54 



Name 

Keith Gatlin 
Jeff Adkins 
Chuck Dnesell 
Jeff Baxter 
Steve Rivers 
Mark Fothergill 
Adrian Branch 
Bryan Palmer 
Terry Long 
Pete Holbert 
Len Bias 
Herman Veal 
Ben Coleman 



Yr. 

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



Pas. 

G 
G 
G 
G 
G 
F 
F 
C 
F 
F 
F 
F 
C 



Ht. 

6-5 
8-5 
B-2 
B-1 
8-3 
B-9 
8-8 
B-1G 
8-8 
B-B 
8-8 
8-8 
B-9 



Wt, Hometown 

185 Gnmesland, N.C. 

1 85 Martinsville, Va. 

170 Silver Spring, Md, 

185 Washington, O.C. 

170 Uniondale, N,Y. 

220 Somerset, Ky. 

185 Largo, Md. 

205 Glen Rock, Pa. 

240 Glen Allen, Va. 

190 Fairfax, Va, 

1 95 Landover, Md, 

200 Jackson, Miss, 

220 Minneapolis, Minn. 



Head Coaehi Charles "Lefty" Dnesell 

Assistant Coaches: Sherman Dillard, Mel Cartwright. 

Ron Bradley 



Season 

Name 

Ben Coleman 
Len Bias 
Adrian Branch 
Jeff Adkins 
Herman Veal 
Keith Gatlin 
Mark Fothergill 
Terry Long 
Jeff Baxter 
Chuck Dnesell 
Pete Holbert 
Steve Rivers 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



Statistics 

GPFG% FVhReb.-Avg. 

.715 269-8.4 
.787 145-4.5 
.752 89-3.1 
.873 86-2.7 
.733 213-8.7 
.781 52-1.6 
.848 
.515 



32-32 .BOB 
32-31 .587 
28-25 .479 
32-31 .538 
32-28 .554 
32-9 .487 
32-3 .535 
27-0 .542 
21-0.393 .733 
15-0.462 .526 
14-0,421 ,833 
8-0.4291,000 
3S .539 
3S .4BS 



Asst, Pts.-Avg 

53491-15.3 
48488-15.2 
75363-13.0 



64-2.0 

52-1.9 

8-0.4 

8-0.4 

13-0.9 

1-0.2 

.7251078-33.7 

.694 996-31,1 



119 

57 

14B 

12 

10 

48 

5 

4 

1 



304-9.4 
288-8,4 
198-6,2 
109-3.4 
55-2.0 
48-2.3 
34-2.3 
21-1.5 
12-2.0 
548 2391-74.7 
465 2151-67.2 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated N.C. State, 89-63 
Semifinals - defeated Wake Forest. 66-64 
Finals - defeated Duke, 74-82 

NCAA Tournament 

Mideast Region First Round - bye 
Mideast Region Second Round - defeated 

West Virginia, 102-77 
Mideast Region Semifinal - lost to Illinois, 72-70 



Team H aster 

No. Name Yr. Pos. Ht. 

3 Keith Gatlin So, G 8-5 

10 Jeff Adkins Sr G 8-5 

1 1 Chuck Dnesell Sr G 8-2 

12 Jeff Baxter Jr G 8-1 
22 Walter Lancaster Fr. G 6-4 
24 Adnan Branch 5r. G-F 8-8 

31 Bryan Palmer So. C 6-10 

32 Terry Long So. C-F 6-8 

33 Derrick Lewis Fr. F 8-7 

34 Len Bias Jn F 8-8 
41 Tom Jones Jn F 8-6 
50 Ed Woods Fr. F 6-7 
Head Coach: Charles "Lefty" Dnesell 
Assistant Coaches: Sherman Dillard. 
Ron Bradley 

Season Statistics 



wt. Hometown 

185 Gnmesland, N,C, 

185 Martinsville. Va, 

1 70 Silver Spring. Md, 

185 Washington, D,C, 

180 Lanham, Md, 

185 Largo. Md, 

205 Glen Rock, Pa, 

240 Glen Allen, Va, 

195 Temple Hills, Md, 

195 Landover. Md, 

205 Oak Hill, W,Va, 

210 Rockville, Md, 

Mel Cartwright, 



Name 

Len Bias 
Adrian Branch 
Keith Gatlin 
Tom Jones 
Dernck Lewis 
Jeff Adkins 
Jeff Baxter 
Terry Long 
Chuck Driesell 
Bryan Palmer 
Walter Lancaster 
Ed Woods 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



GPFG% FT%Reb.-Avg. 

37-37,530 ,777 251-8,8 

37-37.510 .762 182-4.9 

37-35.514 .882 70-1 .8 

37-20.507 .741 155-4,2 

37-34,488 ,825 241-8,5 

37-14.458 .711 78-4.1 

35-0,500 ,697 28-0,7 

37-8,508 ,613 89-1,9 

14-2.333 .727 B-O.B 

12-0.187 .846 10-0.8 

7-0.500 .000 1-0.1 

5-0 ODD .429 3-0.4 

37 .503 .743 1184-32 

37 .459 .691 1222-33 



Asst. Pts.-Avg 

65701-19.0 

81871-18.1 

221 306-B.3 

264-7,1 

221-8,0 

193-5,2 

97-2,8 



37 

33 

68 

46 

14 

3 

4 

3 





85-2,3 
36-2,7 
13-1,1 
10-1,4 
3-D,8 
575 2602-70.3 
510 2404-65.0 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - lost to Duke, 86-73 

NCAA Tournament 

Southeast Region First Round - defeated 

Miami-Ohio, 69-68 (Oil 
Southeast Region Second Round - defeated Navy, 84-59 
Southeast Region Semifinal - lost to Villanova. 46-43 



Team Roster 



No. 

3 

12 

21 

23 

25 

31 

32 

33 

34 

40 

41 

50 

54 



Name 

Keith Gatlin 
Jeff Baxter 
John Johnson 
Dave Dickerson 
Tony Massenburg 
Bryan Palmer 
Terry Long 
Dernck Lewis 
Len Bias 
David Gregg 
Tom Jones 
Phil Nevin 



Chnstoph Weisheit Fr. 



Yr. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown 

Jn G 6-5 165 Gnmesland, N,C, 

6-1 185 Washington, D,C, 

8-4 170 Knoxville, Tenn, 

6-6 200 Olar, S,C, 

6-8 215 Sussex, Va, 

6- 10 205 Glen Rock. Pa. 

C-F 6-8 240 Glen Allen, Va, 

F 6-7 195 Temple Hills, Md. 

6-B 195 Landover Md. 

6-9 190 Hyattsville, Md, 

6-6 205 Oak Hill, W,Va, 

B-1 1 250 Vandergnft, Pa, 

7-2 210 Cologne, W. Germany 



Sn 
Fn 
Fr, 
Fr 
Jn 
Jn 
So, 
Sn 
Fr. 
Sn 
Fn 



Head Coach; Charles "Lefty" Dnesell 

Assistant Coaches: Ron Bradley. Oliver Purnell, Bart Bellairs 



Season Statistics 



Name 

Len Bias 

Keith Gatlin 

Jeff Baxter 

Tom Jones 

Derrick Lewis 

John Johnson 

Terry Long 

Tony Massenburg29-8 .500 

Dave Dickerson 15-0.440 

David Gregg 

Greg Nared 

Maryland Totals 

Opponent Totals 



GPFG% FT%fleb.-Ai/g. 

32-32 .544 .864 224-7.0 



32-30 .475 
32-30 .478 

33-9 .551 
33-33 .485 

31-8.500 
28-21 .548 



15-1 .588 
7-0 ,375 
33 .510 
33 .480 



,784 88-2,7 
,703 82-1,9 
,617 155-4,7 
,684 222-6,7 
642 29-0,9 
87-3,1 
60-2,1 
22-1,5 
11-0,7 
5-0,7 
.7291030-31.2 
.7301017-30.8 



,618 
563 
789 
474 

000 



Asst. Pts.-Avg 

33743-23,2 
204326-10,2 
101 303-9,5 
267-8,1 
261-7,9 
181-5,8 
91-3,3 



38 

2B 

35 

18 



7 

2 

3 



83-2,9 
32-2,1 
29-1,9 
8-0,9 
465 2322-70.4 
457 2166-65.6 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated North Carolina, 85-75 
Semifinals - lost to Georgia Tech, 84-62 

NCAA Tournament 

West Region First Round - defeated Pepperdine, 69-84 
West Region Second Round - lost to UNLV, 70-84 



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SQ03 National Champions 

Final Four • 2001 , 2002 4mm^ tZ 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994. 1995. 1998, 1999. 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances '1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 193B. 1999.2000.2001,3002,2003 




land Men's Basketball 



Teams of Tradition 



1987-88 1993-94 1994-95 



Record; IS- 13 H S-4 A: B-7 N: 4-3 
ACC: S-S, Stfi place 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round 
Rankings: None 



Record; IS-IS H 10-3 A: 4S N: 4-3 
ACC: S-S, 4th place (tie; 
Postseason; NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings; USA Today/CNN No. SO 



Record; 26-S H 16-0 A 4-4 N 6-4 
ACC: 13-4, ACC Regular Season co-champlon 
Postseason; NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings; AP No. 10, USA Today/CNN No. 1 1 




Team Roster 

No. Name Yr. 

3 KeiCh Gatlin Sr, 

5 Mitch Kasoff So. 

10 Mark Karver So, 

1 1 Teyon McCoy So. 

1 2 Rudy Archer Jr. 
21 John Johnson Jr. 
S2 Greg Nared Jr. 

23 Dave Dickerson Jr. 

24 Bnan Williams Fr 

25 Tony Massenburg So. 
3D Rodney Walker Jr. 
33 Derrick Lewis Sr 

43 Cedric Lewis Fr 

44 Steve Hood So. 
Md. 

Head Coach; Bob Wade 

Assistant Coaches; Ron Bradley, Dliver Purnell, Jeff Adkins 



Pos. Ht. Wt. 

G B-5 17D 

B-1 175 

6-7 195 

B-1 170 

B-1 170 

B-4 170 

B-4 190 

B-B 200 
B-10210 

F-C 6-9 230 

F B-9 250 

F 6-7 195 

F 6-9 200 

G-F 6-8 190 



Hometown 

Grimesland. N.C 
Pikesville, Md. 
Keningston, Md. 
Hammond. Ind. 
Baltimore. Md. 
Knoxville, Tenn. 
Wilmington, Ohio 
Olar, S.C. 
Santa Monica, Calif 
Sussex, Va. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Temple Hills, Md. 
Temple Hills. Md, 
New Carrollton. 



Season Statistics 



Name 

Derrick Lewis 
Rudy Archer 
Brian Williams 
Keith Gatlin 



GPFG% FVhReb.-Avg. 

31-31 .556 -593 237-7.B 

31-31 .432 .770 75-2.4 

29-29.600 .671 173-6.0 

21-10.506 .758 B3-3.0 



Tony Massenburg23-1 B.52D .573 1 22-5.3 



Steve Hood 
Teyon McCoy 
Dave Dickerson 
John Johnson 
Cedric Lewis 
Mark Karver 
Rodney Walker 
Mitch Kasoff 
Greg Nared 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



29-12.482 

31-8.488 

30-6 .472 

23-0 .444 

7-2.313 

12-0.313 

12-0.417 

8-0 .400 

14-1 ,182 

31 ,504 

31 .483 



741 
871 
724 
700 
308 
727 
333 
333 
875 



72-2.5 
31-1.0 
82-2.1 
18-0.7 
14-2.0 
9-0.8 
9-0.8 
0-0.0 
3-0,2 
.E7S 957-30.9 
.7151010-32.B 



Asst. Pts,-Avg 

71486-15.0 
172393-12.7 
22363-12.5 
76257-12.2 
10233-10,1 
55 228-7.8 
165-5.3 
135-4.5 
51-2.2 



68 
30 

12 
1 

10 
1 

8 



14-2,0 

19-1.8 

12-1. D 

5-0.8 

11-0.8 



516 2350-75.8 
4B8SSS7-71.8 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Gedrgia Tech, B4-67 
Semifinals - lost to North Carolina, 74-64 

NCAA Tournament 

Southeast Region First Round - defeated 

UC Santa Barbara. 92-82 
Southeast Region Second Round - lost to Kentucky, 7D-B4 



Team Raster 

No. Name 



3 

4 

10 

11 

12 

15 

21 

22 

24 

30 

31 

32 

55 



Matt Raydo 
Exree Hipp 
Duane Simpkins 
Matt Kovarik 
Donny Judd 
Johnny Rhodes 
Mario Lucas 
Keith Booth 
John Walsh 
Nick Bosnic 
Wayne Bristol 
Joe Smith 
Kurtis Shultz 



Yr. Pos. Ht. IVt. 

Fr G 5-10 1B0 
6-8 183 



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



6-0 173 

6-5 179 

6-5 185 

6-5 205 

6-8 230 

6-5 220 

6-8 221 

F-G 6-7 197 

G 6-1 176 

F-C 6-9 213 

F 6-8 235 



Hometown 

Ft, Lauderdale. Fia, 
Washington, D.C. 
Ft. Washington. Md. 
Greensboro. N.C. 
Forestville. Md. 
Washington. D.C. 
Memphis, Tenn, 
Baltimore Md, 
West Islip. N.Y, 
Uniontown, Pa, 
Beltsville, Md. 
Ndrfolk, Va. 
Randallstown, Md. 



Head Coach: Gary Williams 

Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn, Art Perry, Jimmy Patsos 

Season Statistics 

Name GPFG% FT%aeb.-Avg. Asst. Pts.-Avg 

Joe Smith 30-30.522 .734321-10.7 25582-19.4 

Exree Hipp 30-30.472.688 120-4.0 7B397-13.2 

Johnny Rhodes 30-29.419 .623 203-6.8 122374-12.5 

Duane Simpkins 30-30 .485 .784 77-2.6 136355-11.8 

Keith Booth 30-30.454,584 183-6.1 65324-10.8 

Mario Lucas 30-0.391 .585 107-3.6 11 183-5.4 

Nick Bosnic 28-0.413 .706 41-1.5 24 82-2.9 

Donny Judd 8-0.417 .687 6-O.B D 18-2.0 

MattKdvarik 29-1.421 .792 33-1.1 31 53-1.8 

Wayne Bristol 22-0.379 .632 17-0.8 8 3B-1.7 

Kurtis Shultz 19-0,294.333 11-0,6 4 12-0,6 

Matt Raydo 9-0 .000 .429 3-D 3 2 3-0,3 

Maryland Totals 30 .457 ,8881193-39.8 508 8399-80.0 

Opponent Totals 30 .438 .6401148-38.3 448 8197-73.8 

ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - lost to Virginia. 89-63 

NCAA Tournament 

Midwest Region First Round - defeated St. Louis. 74-B7 
Midwest Region Second Round - defeated 

Massachusetts. 95-87 
Midwest Region Semifinal - lost to Michigan, 78-71 



Team Roster 



No. Name 



3 

4 

10 

11 

12 

13 

15 

21 

22 

25 

31 

32 

55 



Matt Raydo 
Exree Hipp 
Duane Simpkins 
Matt Kovarik 
Donny Judd 



Yr. Pos. Ht. Wt. 

So, G 5-10160 
6-8 205 



Jr 
Jr 
So, 
Sr. 



Sarunas Jasikevicius Fr, 



Johnny Rhodes 
Mario Lucas 
Keith Booth 
Rodney Elliot 
Wayne Bristol 
Joe Smith 
Kurtis Shultz 



Jr. 

Jr, 
So, 
Fr 
Sr, 
So. 
Sr, 



6-0 172 
8-5 185 
B-5 185 
8-4 202 
8-4 205 
B-B 233 
B-5 225 
8-8 207 
8-1 185 
F-C 6-10221 
F B-5 235 



Hometown 

Ft, Lauderdale, Fla, 
Washington, D,C, 
Ft- Washington, Md, 
Greensboro, N,C, 
Forescville, Md. 
Kaunas. Lithuania 
Washington. D.C. 
Memphis. Tenn. 
Baltimore Md. 
Baltimore Md. 
Beltsville. Md. 
Ndrfolk. Va. 
Randallstown, Md, 



Head Coach: Gary Williams 

Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn, Art Perry. Jimmy Patsos 



Season Statistics 

Name GPFG% FT%Reb.-Avg. 

Joe Smith 34-34.578 ,741362-10.7 

Johnny Rhodes 34-34 ,525 ,894 179-5,3 
Exree Hipp 34-34.514,856 141-4.2 
Keith Booth 34-34 .455 .895 247-7.3 
Duane Simpkins 34-33 .445 ,841 72-2,1 
Mario Lucas 34-0,420,577 125-3,7 
Wayne Bristol 34-0,485 ,836 40-1,2 
Sarunas Jasikevicius29-0. 446 ,810 19-0,7 
Donny Judd 10-0,455 ,556 5-0,5 

Kurtis Shultz 12-0,836 1,00 11-0,9 
Rodney Elliott 30-0.500 ,519 46-1,5 
Matt Raydo 12-0,445 ,800 6-0,5 

Matt Kovarik 31-1313.647 27-0 9 
Maryland Totals 34 ,498 ,7061367-40.2 

Opponent Totals 34 .440 .6561148-33.6 



Asst, Pts.-Avg 

40708-20.8 

126475-14.0 

109461-13.8 

76369-10.9 

162358-10.5 

23 241-7.1 

133-3,9 

89-3,1 



31 

22 

3 

1 

13 



16-1.8 
19-1.8 
43-1.4 
12-1.0 
22-0,7 
641 2946-86.7 
5112514-73.3 



27 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Florida State. 71-64 
Semifinals - lost to North Carolina, 97-92 (DTI 

NCAA Tournament 

West Region First Round - defeated Gonzega, 87-63 
West Region Second Round - defeated Texas, B2-6B 
West Region Semifinal - lost to Connecticut, 99-89 



EDeczscte of EDt=tmin^rMi 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 Nationa' ChaTiparis 

Final Four ' 2001 . 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994. 1995. 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002. 2003 

NCAA Appearances ' 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997. 199B. 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's BasketbalELl tK J 



Teams of Tradition 





1996-97 1997-98 



Record; 17-13 H 11-3 A: 
ACC: S-S, 4th place (tie) 
Postseason; NCAA First Round 
Rankings; None 



Record; 21-11 H 11-3 A, 5-4 N, 5-4 
ACC: 9-7, 4th place ttiel 
Postseason: NCAA First Round 
Rankings; AP No. 33 



Record: 21-11 H 12-2 A: 3-5 N; S-4 
ACC: 10-6, 3rd pface 
Postseason; NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Ranl(ings; AP No. 30, USA Today/NABC No. 22 




Team Roster 



No. Name 

3 Laron Profit 

4 Exnee Hipp 

5 Matt Raydo 

1 Duane Simpkins 

1 1 Matt Kovank 

1 2 Terrell Stokes 

1 3 Sarunas Jasikevicius So 

1 4 Norman Fields Fr. 

1 5 Johnny Rhodes 

21 Mario Lucas 

22 Keith Booth 
25 Rodney Elliot 
45 Brian Watkins 
54 Obinna Ekezie 
Head Coach: Gary V 



Yr. Pos. Ht. Wt. 

Fr. F-G B-5 189 



F B-B 224 
G 5-10153 
6-0 172 
B-4 201 
6-0 172 
B-4 195 
6-0 173 
B-4 212 
6-B 241 
6-6 222 
B-B 213 
6-9 216 



Sr. 
Sr, 
Jr. 
So. 
So. 

Fr. F-C B-9 260 
lisms 



Hometown 

Charleston, B.C. 
Washington, D.C. 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
Ft. Washington, Md. 
Greensboro, N.C. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Kaunas, Lithuania 
Mt. Vernon, N.Y. 
Washington, D.C. 
Memphis. Tenn. 
Baltimore Md. 
Baltimore Md. 
Nashville. Tenn. 
Port Harcourt, Nigena 



Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn. Art Perry. Jimmy Patsos 



Season Statistics 

Name GPFG% FT%Reb.-Avg. 

Johnny Rhodes 30-30 .478 .569 177-5.9 
Keith Booth 30-30 .442 .757 233-7.B 
Duane Simpkins 27-27 .458 .645 65-2.4 
Mario Lucas 29-6.427 .628 151-5.2 
ExreeHipp 29-27.368 .661 89-3.1 
27-0.482 .756 74-2.7 
29-6.500 .692 91-3.1 



Laron Profit 
Rodney Elliott 
Obinna Ekezie 



Samnas Jasikevicius 27-2 .427 

Terrell Stokes 30-4 .470 

Matt Raydo B-0 .250 

Norman Fields 10-0.286 

Matt Kovank 5-0 .000 

Maryland Totals 30 .449 

Opponent Totals 30 .451 



30-18.472 .550 111-3.7 
500 32-1.2 



40-1.3 
0-D.O 
4-0.4 
2-0.4 
.6B3115S.3S.6 
.7291114-37.1 



.635 
.500 
.000 
.500 



Asst. Pts.-Avg 

98502-16.7 
73459-15.3 
118328-12.2 
8305-10.5 
54 198-6.8 
154-5.7 
142-4.9 
135-4.5 
106-3.9 
100-3.3 
4-0.5 
5-0.5 
2-0.4 
5SgS440'B1.3 
4S9 SSB8.7E.3 



32 

11 

10 

33 

85 

3 

1 

3 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Duke. 82-69 
Semifinals - lost to Georgia Tech. 84-79 

NCAA Tournament 

West Region First Round - lost to Santa Clara. 91-79 



Team Roster 



No. 

3 

4 

5 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

20 

22 

25 

45 

54 

55 



Name 

Laron Profit 
Atman Smith 
Matt Raydo 
Kelly Hite 
Matt Kovank 
Terrell Stokes 
Sanjnas Jasikevicius 
Norman Fields 
Matt Hahn 
Keith Booth 
Rodney Elliot 
Brian Watkins 
Obinna Ekezie 
Mike Mardesich 



Vr. Pos, Ht. Wt. Hometown 

So. F-G 6-5 IBS Charleston. S.C. 

Fr. G 5-10160 Baltimore. Md. 

5-10152 Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. 

6-4 190 Temple Terrace, Fla. 

6-4 201 

6-0 171 



Greensbore. N.C. 
Philadelphia. Pa. 
B-4 195 Kaunas, Lithuania 
8-0 173 Mt. Vernon, N.Y. 
6-0 155 Columbia, Md. 
B-B 222 Baltimore Md. 
6-8 213 Baltimore Md. 
B-9 216 Nashville, Tenn. 
F-C 6-9 260 Port Hansurt, Nigena 
C 7-0 220 Boston, Mass. 
Head Coach; Gary Williams 
Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn, Dave Dickereon, Jimmy Patsos 



Season Statistics 

Name GPFG% FTPbReb.-Avg.Asst. Pts.-Avg 

Keith Booth 32-32.469.717 253-7.9 B2B24-19.5 

Lar^nPrxjfit 32-30 .475 .626 171-5.3 7B412-12.9 

SamnasJasikevcius32-32.418 .742 80-2.5 102338-10.6 

Obinna Ekezie 32-32.550.639 212-6,6 22322-10,1 

32-2.493 .728 197-6.2 42 275-8.6 

32-31 .427 .645 88-2.8 143 263-8.2 

25-0.445 .647 54-2.2 2 70-8.2 

32-1.431 .679 58-1.8 41 B4-2.0 

8-0.400 .833 8-1.0 1 14-1.8 

4-0.429 .000 3-0.8 B-1.5 

4-0.500 .667 1-0.3 1 4-1.0 

11-0.250 .500 11-1.0 10-0.9 

9-0.200 .333 3-0.3 4 4-0.5 



Rodney Elliott 
Terrell Stokes 
Brian Watkins 
Matt Kovank 
Norman Fields 
Atman Smith 
Matt Hahn 
Kelly Hite 
Matt Raydo 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



3S 
32 



.465 
.405 



.6B11S2E.3B.3 
.6681092-34.1 



51B 2406-75.2 
425 2136-66.8 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Clemson. 76-61 
Semifinals - lost to NC State. 65-58 

NCAA Tournament 

Southeast Region First Round - lost to 

College of Char-leston. 75-BB 



Team Raster 



4 
11 



No, Name 

3 l^ron Profit 
Atman Smith 
Matt Kovank 

12 Terrell Stokes 

1 3 Sarunas Jasikevicius 

20 Matt Hahn 

21 LaRon Cephas 
25 Rodney Elliot 
31 Norman Fields 
33 Mike MarxJesich 

44 Terence Moms 

45 Brian Watkins 
54 Obinna Ekezie 



Pos. Ht, Wt, 

F-G 6-5 194 
G 6-0 170 
6-4 196 
6-0 189 
6-4 197 
6-0 155 
6-7 220 
6-8 221 
6-0 183 
C-F 7-0 250 
F 6-8 199 
F 6-9 220 
F-C 6-10256 



Hometown 

Charleston. S.C. 
Balomore. Md. 
Greensborx). N.C. 
Philadelphia. Pa. 
Kaunas. Lithuania 
Columbia. Md. 
Wilmington, Del. 
Baltimore Md. 
Mt. Vemon. N.Y. 
Boston, Mass. 
Frederick, Md. 
Nashville, Tenn. 
Port Hartxjurt. Ngena 



Head Coach: Gary Williams 

Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn, Dave Dickereon, Jimmy Patsos 



Season Statistics 

Name GPFG% FVhPeb.-Avg. 

Laron Profit 32-32.447 707 165-5.2 
Rodney Elliott 32-32 .485 .666 23B-7.4 
Obinna Ekezie 32-32 .484 .670 207-6,5 
Sarunas Jasikevcius32-32. 456 .759 104-3.3 
Terence Morris 32-0.523 .695 113-3.5 
Mike MartJesich 32-0.424 .622 13B-4.3 
Terrell Stokes 32-25.415 .667 82-2.6 
Matt Kovank 32-7 .484 
Brian Watkins 9-0 .500 
Norman Fields 12-0.526 
Matt Hahn 1 1 -0 .250 

Atman Smith 1 1 -0 .400 
LaRon Cephas 21-0.143 
Maryland Totals 32 .461 

Opponent Totals 32 .408 



.429 
.600 
.000 
.750 
.500 
.250 



53-1.7 
15-1.7 
11-0.9 
0-0.0 
B-0.7 
30-1.4 
6781271-39.7 
6601203-37.8 



Asst, Pts.-Avg 

1D4 50B-15.8 

51481-15.0 

51410-12.B 

116396-12.4 

25 236-7.4 

172-5.4 

172-5.4 

76-2.4 



26 
149 

64 
3 
4 
4 
4 
1 



19-2.1 
23-1.9 
11-1.0 
11-1.0 
7-03 
602 2520-78.8 
421 2306-72.1 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Geor-gia Tech. 83-65 
Semifinals - lost to North Carxjiina. 83-73 (OTl 

NCAA Tournament 

West Region First Round - defeated Utah State. 82-68 
West Region Second Round - defeated Illinois, 67-61 
West Region Semifinal - lost to Anzona. 87-79 



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^ it:^ A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2D02 National Ctiampions 

Final Four • 2001 , 20D2 

Sweet Sixteen < 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001. 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances '1994. 1995. 1996, '99~', '998, 1999.2000,2001,2002,2003 




Teams of Tradition 



r^^tUS^Iand Men's Basketball 




Record: 38-6 H 13-1 
ACC: 13-3, 2nd place 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings: AP No. 5, USA Today/NABC No. 8 




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Team Roster 



lUo, Name 

3 Laron Profit 

5 Juan Dixon 

1 2 Terrell Stokes 

1 5 Danny Miller 

90 Matt Hahn 

21 LaRon Cephas 

23 Steve Francis 

31 Norman Fields 

33 Mike Mardesich 

35 Lonny Baxter 

44 Terence Morris 

45 Brian Watkins 
54 Obinna Ekezie 



Yr. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown 

Sr, F-G 6-5 202 Charleston, S,C, 

Fr G B-3 152 Baltimore, Md. 

B-0 1B7 Philadelphia, Pa. 

B-8 205 Mt, Holly, N.J. 

B-0 1B2 Columbia, Md. 

B-7 223 Wilmington, Del, 

B-3 194 TakomaPark, Md. 

6-0 1B5 Mt. Vernon, N.Y, 

So. C-F 7-0 255 Boston, Mass, 

Fr. F 6-B 225 Silver Spring, Md. 

So. F 6-9 205 Frederick, Md. 

Sr. F 6-9 229 Nashville, Tenn. 

Sr. F-CB-10262 PortHarcourt.Nigena 
Head Coach: Gary Williams 
Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn, Dave Dickerson, Jimmy Patsos 



Sr. 
Fr. 
Jr. 
So. 
Jr. 
Sr 



Season 

Name 

Steve Francis 
Terence Morris 
Laron Profit 
Obinna Ekezie 
Juan Dixon 
Ixnny Baxter 
Danny Miller 
Terrell Stokes 
Mike Mardesich 
Brian Watkins 
LaRon Cephas 
Norman Fields 
Matt Hahn 
Maryland Totals 
Oppcnent Totals 



Statistics 

GPFG% FT%Reb.-Avg. 

34-33.523 .790 154-4.5 



34-34 .551 

34-34 503 

24-23 ,4BB 

34-0 .443 

32-10.599 

34-0 ,4B2 

34-34 .421 

34-0 .350 

19-1 .4B8 

15-0.445 

22-1 .286 

14-0.750 

34 .495 

34 .388 



B25 242-7.1 
678 162-4.8 
693 141-5.9 
830 88-2.6 
573 116-3.6 
539 72-2.1 
667 94-2.8 
528 117-3.4 
,500 34-1.6 
500 5-0.3 
778 21-1.0 
445 B-0. 4 
.7011343-39.5 
.8581209-35.6 



Asst. Pts.-Avg 

152579-17.G 
87521-15.3 
88494-14.5 
55305-12.7 
50 250-7.4 
217-6.6 
144-4,2 
143-4.2 
115-3.4 
50-2.6 
21-1.4 
24-1,1 
8 10-0.7 
587 2873-84.5 

735 assg-66.4 



29 
38 
78 
34 
11 
1 
10 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Florida State. 93-69 
Semifinals - lost to North Carolina, 86-79 

NCAA Tournament 

South Region First Round - defeated Valparaiso. 82-60 
South Region Second Hound - defeated Creighton. 75-63 
South Region Semifinal - lost to St. John's, 76-63 



1999-OQ SOOO-01 



flecord; 25-10 H 15-1 A: 4-5 N 6-4 
ACC: 11-5, 3nd place, ACC Tournament finalist 
Postseason; NCAA Second Round 
Rankings; AP No. 17, USA Today/ESPN No. 25 



Record: 25-11 H 11-3 A: B-3 N: B-5 

ACC: 10-S, 3rd place 

Postseason; NCAA Final Four 

Rankings: AP No. 1 1, USA Today/ESPN No. 4 





Team Roster 

No. Name Yr. Pos. Ht. 

3 Juan Dixon 

4 Earl Badu 

11 Calvin McCall 

1 2 Drew Nicholas 
1 5 Danny Miller 

20 Matt Hahn 

21 LaRon Cephas 
25 Steve Blake 
31 Byron Mouton 
33 Mike Mardesich 
35 Lonny Baxter 

44 Terence Morris 

45 Tah| Holden 



Wt. Hometown 

B-3 152 Baltimore. Md. 

6-0 167 Baltimore, Md, 

6-3 200 Orlando, Fla. 

6-3 185 Hempstead, N,Y. 

6-8 205 Mt. Holly, N.J. 

6-0 162 Columbia, Md. 

6-7 223 Wilmington. Del. 

6-3 175 Miami Lakes, Fla, 

Jr, G-F B-B 215 Payne, La. 

Jr C-F 7-0 255 Boston, Mass. 

So, F-C 6-8 250 Silver Spring, Md. 

F 6-9 205 Frederick, Md. 

F 6-10235 Red Bank, N.J. 
Head Coach: Gary Williams 
Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn. Dave Dickerson, Jimmy Patsos 



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



Jr 

Fr. 



Season 

Name 

Juan Dixon 
Terence Morns 
Lonny Baxter 
Danny Miller 
Steve Blake 
Drew Nicholas 
Tah) Holden 
Mike Mardesich 
LaRon Cephas 
Calvin McCall 
Matt Hahn 
Earl Badu 
Marylanil Totals 
Opponent Totals 



Statistics 

ePFG% FT%Beb.-Avg. 

35-35.462 .790 192-5.5 

34-34.493 .781 293-8.8 

35-35 .533 .594 306-8.8 



34-34 .449 
35-33 .408 
35-0 .421 
35-3 .432 
35-0 .426 
14-0.391 
13-0.227 



,654 99-2.9 

,688 106-3.0 

,621 36-1.1 

872 69-2.0 

,825 100-2.9 

,429 19-1.4 

,571 10-0.8 



Asst. Pts.-Avg 

127 630-18.0 
80 5371 5.B 
31547-15,6 
92 290-8,5 
244-7.0 
177-5.1 
116-3.3 
95-9.7 



13-1 ,988 .887 3-0,9 

4-0.000 ,000 1-0.3 

35 .485 .6851354.38.7 

35 .403 .6811396.37.0 



917 

50 

34 

19 



11 

8 





21-1.5 
14-1.1 
12-0.9 

0-0,0 



687 8683-76.7 
491 S386.6B.S 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Florida State. 82-B 1 
Semifinals - defeated NO State, 84-61 
Finals- lost to Duke. 81-68 

NCAA Tournament 

Midwest Region First Round - defeated lona, 74-59 
Midwest Region Second Round - lost to UCLA. 105-70 



Team Roster 



No. Name 



I Byron Mouton 

3 Juan Dixon 

4 Earl Badu 

I I Calvin McCall 

1 2 Drew Nicholas 

1 5 Danny Miller 

21 LaRon Cephas 

25 Steve Blake 

33 Mike Mardesich 

35 Lonny Baxter 

40 Matt Slaninka 

44 Terence Morns 

45 Tah| Holden 
54 Chns Wilcox 



Yr. 

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



Pos. Ht. Wt. 

G-F 6-8 215 
G 6-3 164 
G 6-0 160 
G 6-3 200 
G 6-3 160 

G-F 6-8 220 
F 6-7 217 
G 6-3 160 
C 7-0 244 

F-C 8-6 260 
C 7-4 257 
F 6-9 991 
F 6-10247 

F-C 6-10210 



Hometown 

Rayne, La. 
Baltimore, Md, 
Baltimore, Md, 
Orlando, Fla, 
Hempstead, N.Y. 
Mt. Holly, N,J, 
Wilmington, Del. 
Miami Lakes, Fla, 
Boston, Mass, 
Silver Spring, Md. 
OIney, Md, 
Frederick, Md, 
Red Bank, N,J, 
Whiteville, N,C, 



Head Coach: Gary Williams 

Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn, Dave Dickerscn, Jimmy Patsps 



Season 

Name 

Juan Dixon 
Lonny Baxter 
Terence Morns 
Byron Mouton 
Steve Blake 
Drew Nicholas 
Danny Miller 
Tah| Holden 
Mike Mardesich 
Chns Wilcox 
LaRon Cephas 
Calvin McCall 
Earl Badu 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



Statistics 

GPFG% FT%Beb..Avg. 

36-36.483 .885 153-4.3 

38-35 .588 .592 288-7.9 

36-36 .432 ,795 277-7.7 

36-30.508 ,779 145-4,0 

36-36,339 ,714 108-3,0 

36-0.494 .702 56-1.6 

36-4.432 .556 

27-0.494 .608 

36-1 .473 .533 

34-1 .580 ,606 

14-1 .526 .429 

11-0.306 .600 

2-0,000 ,000 
38 .484 
36 .404 



95-2.6 
61-2.3 
92-2.6 
73-2.1 
15-1,1 
7-0.8 
0-0.0 
.6961478.41.1 
.7081399.35.1 



Asst. Pts.-Avg 

93654-18.2 
19561-15.6 
66439-12.2 
44 344-9.6 
248-6,9 
937-6.9 
174-4.6 
121-4.5 
130-3.6 
122-3.6 
24-1.7 
13-1.2 
0-0.0 
698 3067.85.S 
444 8S05.7S.4 



248 

66 

77 

15 

IB 

18 

1 

8 

1 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Wake Forest, 71-53 
Semifinals - lost to Duke, 64-82 

NCAA Tournament 

West Region First Round - defeated George Mason, 63-80 
West Region Second Round - defeated Georgia State, 79-60 
West Region Semifinals - defeated Georgetown, 76-66 
West Region Finals - defeated Stanford, 87-73 
National Semifinals - lost to Duke, 95-84 



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A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions smm 

Final Four ' 20D1 . 2002 
Sweet Sixteen ' 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's BasketbattlJ m Tm InzlOfm T^ 



Teams of Tradition 




SQ01-0S 



NATIONAL 
CHAMPIONS 




Record: 33-4 H: 15-0 A: 7-2 N: S-5 

ACC: 15-1, Regular Season Champion 

Postseason; NCAA Champion, NCAA East Region 1 1 Seed 

Rankings: AP No. 4, USA Today/ESPN No, 1 



Team Roster 



No. 


Name 


a. 


Pas. 


Ht, 


Wt. 


Hometown 


1 


Byron Mouton 


Sr. 


G/F 


B-6 


215 


Payne, La. 


3 


Juan Dixon 


Sr, 


G 


6-3 


164 


Baltimore, Md. 


4 


EanI Badu 


Sr. 


G 


B-0 


160 


Baltimore, Md. 


5 


Calvin McCall 


Jr. 


G 


B-3 


200 


Orlando, Fla. 


10 


Andre Collins 


Fr, 


G 


5-9 


180 


Cnsfield, Md. 


12 


Drew NIcholaG 


Jr. 


G 


6-3 


160 


Hempstead, N.Y. 


21 


Mike Gnnnon 


Fr. 


F 


B-B 


195 


Huntington, N.Y. 


25 


Steve Blake 


Jr. 


G 


6-3 


160 


Miami Lakes, Fla. 


33 


Ryan Randle 


Jr. 


F 


6-9 


245 


Duncanville, Texas 


35 


Lenny Baxter 


Sr. 


F/C 


B-B 


2B0 


Silver Spring, Md. 


45 


Tah) Holden 


Jr. 


F 


6-10 


247 


Red Bank. N.J. 


54 


Chnis Wilcox 


So. 


F/C 


6-10 


220 


Whitevllle, N.C. 



Head Coach: Gary Williams 

Assistant Coaches: Dave Dickerson, Jimmy Patsos. Matt Kovarik 

Director of Basketball Operations: Troy Wainwright 

Trainer; J, J Bush 

Strength S Conditioning Coach: Kurtis Shultz 

Season Statistics 



Name 


6P 


FG% 


FT* 


Reb.-Avg. 


Asst. 


Pts.-Avg. 


Juan Dixon 


3B-36 


.469 


,696 


166-4,6 


104 


735-20.4 


Lonny Baxter 


35-35 


.545 


,623 


288-8.2 


28 


533-15,2 


Chris Wilcox 


36-26 


,5D4 


,565 


257-7.1 


53 


432-12,0 


Byron Mouton 


36-35 


,469 


,767 


180-5.0 


74 


401-11,1 


Steve Blake 


36-36 


.3B2 


,824 


137-3.8 


286 


287-8,0 


Drevif Nicholas 


36-1 


.477 


,803 


81-2.3 


BB 


255-7,1 


Tah| Holden 


36-11 


.453 


.836 


96-2.7 


42 


202-5,B 


Ryan Randle 


34-0 


,524 


.563 


106-3.1 


5 


129-3.8 


Andre Collins 


22-0 


,BB7 


.778 


12-0.5 


19 


48-2,2 


Calvin McCalt 


19-0 


,526 


.500 


15-0.8 


2 


27-1,4 


Mike Grinnon 


16-0 


,2BB 


1.000 


5-0.3 


4 


7-0,4 


Earl Badu 


12-0 


,500 


.000 


3-0,3 


9 


4-0.3 


Maryland Totals 36 


.4BS 


.7S6 


1479-41.1 


714 


3060-85.0 


Opponent Totals 36 


.399 


.691 


1347-37.4 


489 


S55S-70.9 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Florida State, 65-59 
Semifinals - lost to NC State, SB-B2 

NCAA Tournament 

East Region First Round — defeated Siena, 85-70 
East Region Second Round - defeated Wisconsin, 87-57 
East Region Semifinal - defeated Kentucky, 78-68 
East Region Final - defeated Connecticut, 90-82 
National Semifinal - defeated Kansas, 97-88 
National Championship - defeated Indiana, 64-52 




Record: 21-10 H: 14-2 A: 4-4 N: 3-4 
ACC: 11-5, T-Snd place 
Postseason; NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings: AP No. 17, USA Today/ESPN No. 10 






Team Roster 








No 


Name 


Yr. 


Pos 


Ht. Wt. 


Hometown 


1 


Jamar Smith 


Jr. 


F/C 


6-9 239 


Sicklerville. N.J. 


2 


Andre Collins 


So, 


G 


5-9 160 


Crisfield, Md. 


4 


Travis Garrison 


So, 


F/C 


B-B 234 


Suitland, Md. 


5 


Calvin McCall 


Sr, 


G 


B-3 210 


Orlando. Fla. 


11 


John Gilchrist 


Fr, 


G 


B-3 190 


Virginia Beach, Va. 


12 


Drew Nicholas 


Sr 


G 


B-3 165 


Hempstead, N.Y. 


13 


Chris McCray 


Fr 


G 


6-4 166 


Capital Heights, Md. 


20 


Darien Henry 


So, 


F 


6-6 202 


Roxbury, N.J. 


21 


Mike Grinnon 


So. 


F 


6-6 198 


Huntington, N.Y. 


22 


Nik Caner-Medley 


Fr 


F 


B-B 220 


Portland, Maine 


25 


Steve Blake 


Sr 


G 


B-3 172 


Miami Lakes, Fla. 


33 


Ryan Randle 


Sr 


F/C 


6-9 245 


Duncanville, Texas 


45 


Tahj Holden 


Sr 


F/C 6-10270 


Red Bank, N.J. 



Head Coach: Gary Williams 

Assistant Coach: Dave Dickerson. Jimmy Patsos. Matt Kovarik 

Season Statistics 



Name 


GPFG% 


FT%neb.-Avg, 


Asst. 


Pts.-Ai/g 


Drew Nicholas 


31-31 


.440 


.852 


119-3,8 


83 552-17,8 


Ryan Handle 


31-31 


,496 


.611 


224-7,2 


26 395-12.7 


Steve Blake 


31-31 


,415 


.819 


114-3,7 


221 


360-11.6 


Tah| Holden 


30-25 


,4G7 


.711 


132-4,4 


53 


260-8.7 


NikCaner-MedleySI-IB 


,536 


.581 


110-3.5 


30 


260.8.7 


Jamar Smith 


3G-G 


,481 


.545 


118-3,9 


9 


176-5.9 


Calvin McCall 


29-13 


,465 


.733 


98-3,4 


44 


140-4.8 


John Gilchrist 


31 -G 


,588 


.688 


65-2,1 


52 


142-4.6 


Travis Garrison 


3G-B 


,469 


,684 


93-3.1 


15 


119-4.0 


Chris McCray 


24-G 


,431 


,652 


38-1.6 


IB 


75-3.1 


Andre Collins 


19-0 


,51 B 


,500 


7-0.4 


17 


41-2.2 


Mike Grinnon 


11-0 


,455 


,667 


10-0,9 


3 


18-1.6 


Darien Henry 


9-0 


,500 


,500 


8-0,9 


2 


11-1.2 


Maryland Totals 


31 


.4E4 


.7131241-40.0 


573 2472-79,7 


Opponent Totals 


31 


.378 


.7001156-37.3 


399 2069-66.7 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - lost to North Carolina, 84-72 

NCAA Tournament 

South Region First Round -defeated UNC Wilmington, 75-73 
South Region Second Round —defeated Xavier, 77-64 
South Region Semifinals -lost to Michigan State, 60-58 



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A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four > 9001 , 20D2 

Sweet Sixteen • 1934. 1995, 1998, 1999. 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances* 1994, 1995, 1996, 1937. 1998, 1333. 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 




HONORE 



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Honored Jerseys 

Maryland athletics honors the jersey numbers of 
15 Terrapin greats. Along with the coach of the 
2002 national champions, each is honored with a 
banner hung from the rafters of Comcast Center. 






All-America 
1931 
193S 



6-S, Forward 

Fart Myer, Va. 

Played: 19S9-3S 




Louis "Bosey" Berger was regarded as one of the greatest 
athletes in the history of Maryland athletics , , . a two-time 
All-America selection and a consensus pick in 1932.,. his 
selection is considered a great feat because Maryland was 
an agricultural school at the time and not among the ath- 
letic giants . . . considered one of the best all-around play- 
ers of his time ... led Maryland to the 1931 Southern 
Conference championship, averaging a conference-high 
19.1 points over the nine-game conference season . . . also 
played baseball and signed a professional contract with the 
Cleveland Indians upon graduation . . . played in the major 
leagues for six years, with the Cleveland Indians, Chicago 
White Sox and Boston Red Sox . . . left baseball with a .236 
lifetime average. 





All-America 
1953 
1954 




All-America 
197S 
1973 
1974 



Shue Tom McMillen 



B-Sj Forward 

Baltimore, Md. 

Played: 1953-54 



G-11, Forward 

Mansfield, Pa. 

Played: 197S-74 





Terps' first high profile basketball star . . . earned Converse 
and Helms Foundation All-America honors as a senior, while 
averaging 21.8 points a game ... scored 654 points in 
1 953 ... scored 40 points against Wake Forest in the 1 953 
Southern Conference tournament and selected as the tour- 
nament MVP . . . school record-holder in career scoring until 
1 974 ... was the third overall player selected in the 1 954 
NBA Draft by the Philadelphia Warriors . . . was All-Pro twice 
and a five-time NBA All-Star during his 1 D-year NBA ca- 
reer with the Warriors, New York Knickerbockers, Ft. 
Wayne/Detroit Pistons and Baltimore Bullets . . . enjoyed a 
successful career as a head coach in the NBA with the 
Washington Bullets, Philadelphia 76ers, San Diego and Los 
Angeles Clippers ... was twice named as the NBA Coach of 
the Year . . . was general manager of the Philadelphia 76ers. 



Shue's Career Statistics 

VHP GP FGM-FG/I PCI FTM-FTA PCT. AST RES PTS-tvs. 


1951-52 21 - - - - - 


- 224-10,6 


1952.53 23 17B-375 .4B9 156-223 ,700 - 


- 5DB-22.1 


1953-54 30 237-4B9 .505 180-228 ,789 - 


- 854-21.8 


Career 74 - - _ _ _ 


- 13B6'18.7 



Averaged 20.5 points and 9.8 rebounds during his three- 
year career . . . was selected as a three-time All-Amencan 
and a three-time Academic All-Amencan . . . one of only three 
Terps to average more than 20 points per game in succes- 
sive seasons and is one of two players in school history with 
a career scoring average over 20 points per game ... led 
Maryland to the 1 972 National Invitation Tournament cham- 
pionship, earning tournament MVP honors ... earned a sil- 
ver medal for the United States in the 1 972 Olympic Games 
... played in the NBA for 1 1 seasons with Buffalo. Atlanta, 
New York and Washington ... put his professional basket- 
ball career on hold one year directly out of college in order 
to fulfill his Rhodes Scholarship obligations by studying for a 
year at Oxford ... was elected to the U.S. Congress from 
Maryland's 4th district in 1986 ... served as Co-Chair of 
the President's Commission on Physical Fitness. 

McMillen's Career Statistics 



VEAA 6P 


PEM-FSA 

235-426 


PCT. 


FTM-m 


PCT. 


AST 


PES 


PTS-Akj. 


1971-72 32 


.549 


137-241 


,817 


33 


306-9.6 


667-20.8 


1972-73 29 


250-427 


.565 


116-145 


BOO 


28 


264-9.8 


B1B-21.a 


1973-74 27 


214-404 


.530 


96-126 


762 


41 


269-10,0 


524-19,4 


Csreer BB 


699.1S59 


.5SS 


409.513 


.799 


ioa 


8S9-9.B 


1B07.S0.S 



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History and Honors 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National' Champions 
Final Four '2001, 2002 
Sweet Sixteen • 1994. 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
- NCAA Appearances' 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



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Honored Jerseys 



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41 


H^^l 


All-America 


■i^is 


1974 








15 

All-America 
1974 
1975 
197B 




-^ii-AuwriQa 
1980 
1981 



Len Elmore John Lucas Albert King 



6-9, Center 

Springfield Gardens, N. Y. 

Played: 197S-74 




The best rebounder in Maryland history and one of the 
nation's best ever , . . rebounding prowess earned a spot 
on most 1 974 All-America squads along with offensive- 
minded teammates Tom McMillen and John Lucas ... 
only player in Maryland history with more than 1 ,000 
career rebounds (1,053) ... 412 rebounds and 14.7 
average in 1 974 are school records ... career rebound- 
ing average of 1 2.2 rebounds a game is also the Mary- 
land record ... three-time AII-ACC selection ... Mary- 
land MVP in 1 973 and its Outstanding Senior in 1 974 
. , . drafted in the first round of the 1 974 NBA Draft by 
the Washington Bullets, but chose to sign with the Indi- 
ana Pacers of the American Basketball Association ... 
spent 1 seasons in the NBA and ABA with the Pac- 
ers, Kansas City Kings. Milwaukee Bucks, New Jeraey 
Nets and New York Knicks ... upon leaving professional 
basketball, enrolled in Harvard Law school and gradu- 
ated in 1987 ... the firet former pro basketball player 
to graduate from the prestigious law school. 

Elmore's Career Statistics 

VEAH GP FSM.roA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT, AST HEB PTS-Avg. 

1371-7S 32 136-373 462 95-126 754 37 351-11,0 347-1D,B 



1375-73 26 112-239 



37-61 .607 35 290-11,2 281-10,0 



B-4, Guard 

Durham, N.C. 

Played: 1973-76 




Three-time All-America selection who is considered by 
many as the greatest guard in the history of the Terps' 
program . . . first Maryland player to earn first team 
AII-ACC honore in three straight seasons ... the No. 5 
all-time Maryland scorer with 2,015 points ... No. 4 
on the school's all-time assists list ... the Terps finished 
ranked No. B (1 973). No. 4 (1 974), and No. 5 (1 975) 
in the final Associated Press polls with Lucas as their 
point guard . . . was also a collegiate All-American in ten- 
nis, a sport in which he was a two-time ACC singles 
champion and earned that same honor in doubles play 
... No. 1 selection in the 1976 NBA college draft ... 
played 1 4 seasons in the NBA with the Rockets, Golden 
State Warriors, Washington Bullets, San Antonio Spure, 
Milwaukee Bucks and Seattle SuperSonics .., after his 
playing days ended, he was the head coach of the San 
Antonio Spurs and Philadelphia 7Bere, and was named 
as head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2001 . 

Lucas' Career Statistics 

VEAH GP FGM-FBA PCX. FTM-FTA PCT, AST RES PTS-Ayg. 



1373-74 26 170-324 ,525 69-91 ,75B 4B 412-14,7 409-14,6 
Caiw B6 409-936 .496 301,376 .7S3 1301053-19.3 1017-11.6 



1972-73 30 


190-353 


,538 


45-64 


.703 


178 


83-2,8 


425-14,2 


1973-74 28 


253-495 


,511 


58-77 


.753 


159 


82-2,9 


564-20,1 


1974-75 24 


186-339 


,549 


97-116 


.838 


91 


100-4,2 


469-195 


1975-78 28 


233-456 


,511 


91-117 


.778 


86 


109-3,9 


557-19,9 


Career 110 


663-1643 


,616 391-374 


.779 


614 


374-3,4 


3016-16,3 



6-7, Forward 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Played: 1978-81 




One of the most prolific scorere in school history, King 
IS one of only a handful of playere to average in double 
figures during each of his four seasons . . . ranks as the 
No. 3 all-time Maryland scorer with 2,05B career points 
... his career scoring average of 17.4 points per game 
is the sixth-best in school history ... 3B points vs. 
Clemson in 1 9B0 is a Maryland record in ACC Tourna- 
ment games ... shared the 19B1 team MVP Award 
with Buck Williams after winning the award outright in 
1 9B0 ... was the ACC Player of the Year in 1 9BD and a 
first team AII-ACC selection again in 1 981 ... came to 
Maryland regarded as the nation's top high school re- 
cruit, having averaged 38. B points and 22 rebounds as 
a high school senior ... picked in the first round, the 
10th selection overall, of the 1981 NBA college draft 
by the New Jersey Nets ... spent nine NBA seasons 
with the Nets, 7Bers, San Antonio Spurs and Washing- 
ton Bullets ... his brother, Bernard, is also a former 
NBA star and league scoring champion, 

King's Career Statistics 



VEAS GP 


FGM-FGA 


PCT. FTM-FTA 


PCT. 


AST 


REB 


PTS-A»g. 


1977-78 28 


184-327 


,502 53-82 


646 


64 


187-6,7 


381-13.6 


1978-79 28 


191-387 


494 62-61 


765 


62 


144-5.1 


444-15,9 


1979-60 31 


275-497 


,553 124-151 


,621 


86 


207-6,7 


674-21.7 


1980-81 31 


232-462 


,502 95-117 


,812 


92 


177-57 


559-180 


Career 116 


663-1673 


.515 334-431 


.766 


304 


715-6,1 


3056-17.4 



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2002 National Champions 

Final Four ' 5001 . 9002 

Sweet Sixteen < 1994. 1995. 1998, 1999. 2001. 2002. 2003 

NCAA Appearances '1994. 1995. 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



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Honored Jerseys 




All-America 
1981 




All-America 
19B5 
198B 




All-America 
1998 



Buck Williams Len Bias Walt Williams 



B-8, Center/Forward 

Rocky Mount, N.C. 

Played: 1979-81 




An outstanding scorer and extraordinary rebounder, 
Williams earned All-America honors following his junior 
season . . . entered the NBA following his lunior season 
... averaged 1 5,B points and 1 1 .7 rebounds a game 
as a junior ... he is the No. 4 rebounder in Maryland 
history with 928 career rebounds ... career average 
of 10,9 rebounds a game is second-best in school his- 
tory ... averaged double-figure scoring in each of his 
three seasons while registering the school's best-ever 
career field goal shooting percentage - 61 ,5 percent 
... led the ACC in rebounding as a freshman in 1 978- 
79, was third in 1 979-80 and second during the 1 980- 
81 season ... a member of the 1980 U.S. Olympic 
team that did not compete in the Moscow Olympic 
Games ... applied for a hardship waiver into the N8A 
college draft in 1981 and was selected as the No. 3 
player overall by the New Jersey Nets . . . named as the 
NBA Rookie of the Year in 1 982 .. . played 1 8 seasons 
in the NBA with the Nets, Portland Trail Blazers and 
the New York Knicks. 



Williams' Career Statistics 

YeAP GP fBMfSA per. Fm-FTA PCT. AST B£B 


PTS-Avg. 


1978-79 30 


iao-208 


,583 


80.109 


.550 


18 


323-10.B 


300-10.0 


1979-80 24 


143-236 


BOB 


85-128 


.664 


27 


242-10.1 


371-15.5 


1980-81 31 


183-283 


,647 


116-182 


,637 


31 


363-11.7 


482.15,5 


Career B5 


M6-7a5 


,E15 


S61419 


.6S3 


76 


9ae.io.g 


1153-13.6 



B-8, Forward 

Landover, Md. 

Played: 1983-8B 




Unanimous choice on almost every All-America squad 
following his senior season ... he was a third-team All- 
America selection in 1985, as a junior ... only Terp 
ever to be named the ACC Player of the Year twice (in 
1985 and 19BB) ... Bias is the Terps' second all-time 
leading scorer with 2,149 career points ... he holds 
two of the school's top four single-season marks ... 
led the ACC in scoring two straight years ... his best 
scoring performance, 41 points at Duke in 1 98B, ranks 
as the third-best single-game performance tn school 
history and is the top performance by a Terp in a road 
game ... is No. 9 on the Maryland career rebounding 
list with 745 total rebounds ... is No. 9 on the school's 
career shot-blocked list with 87 ... he was the No. 2 
pick overall in the 1 986 National Basketball Associa- 
tion college draft, taken by the Boston Celtics. 

Bias' Career Statistics 



VEAH GP 


FGM-FGA 


KT. FTM-PTA PCT. 


AST 


PES 


PTS.Avj. 


1982.83 30 


86-180 


,47B 42-66 636 


22 


125-4,2 


a'7-7 2 


1983-04 32 


211-372 


567 66-86 767 


48 


145-4.5 


4BB-15 2 


19B4-35 37 


274-519 


.528 153-197 .777 


65 


251-6,8 


701-18,9 


'5=5-36 32 


287-491 


.544 209-242 .864 


33 


224-7,0 


743-23.2 


Career 131 


836-1,568 


.536 470-591 .795 


168 


745.5.7 


E149.16,4 



B-8, Forward/Guard 
Temple Hills, Md. 
Played: 1989-98 




One of the most versatile players in the history of the 
program . , , played for the Terps for four seasons de- 
spite the opportunity to turn professional early, or trans- 
fer to another school because of the Terps' NCAA sanc- 
tions ... his loyalty to Maryland was one of the key 
reasons why Maryland was able to field competitive 
teams during that period . . . broke season records with 
776 points and a 26.8 average as a senior ... recorded 
a nation's best seven-game streak of 30 points or more 
as a senior ... finalist for the Wooden and Naismith 
Player of the Year awards as a senior ... closed his 
career as the school's No. 1 1 all-time scorer with 1 ,704 
points . . . totaled 1 1 games with 30 or more points 
during his senior season and had 1 4 such games dur- 
ing his career ... scored a career-high of 39 points 
versus Wake Forest in 1 992 . . . drafted by the Sacra- 
mento Kings in the first round of the NBA college draft, 
the 7th pick overall .,, has played for Miami, Toronto, 
Portland, Houston and Dallas in the NBA. 

Williams' Career Statistics 

YEAR SP FSM-FSA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. AST HEB PTS-Aq. 

19BB-89 26 75-170 441 33-53 .623 66 92-3.5 190-7.3 

1989-90 33 143-296 483 104-134 776 149 13S4.2 420-12.7 

1990-91 17 109-243 .449 75-86 .837 91 96-5.1 318-18.7 

1991-92 29 256-542 472 175-231 753 104 162-5.8 776-2B.B 

Cereer 105 563.1351 .466 384.504 .763 410 476.4.6 1704.16.3 



CDetsade of HDctmli-iian 



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-^ A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions ,m,^, _ 

Final Four '2001, 2002 C 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 20D1, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances ' 1394. 1995, 1996, 1997, 199B, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's BaslceCfpIC/ fli/ 



Honored Jerseys 




All-America 
1994 
1995 




AII'America 
1997 




All-America 
1999 



Joe Smith Keith Booth Steve Francis 



6-10, Forward/Center 

Norfolk, Va. 

Played: 1994-9S 




The consensus selection as the 1 995 National Colle- 
giate Player of the Year . . . earned six National Player 
of the Year selections overall ... was named the Atlan- 
tic Coast Conference Player of the Year and DPI third 
team All-American as a freshman ... he became one of 
only three sophomores in the history of the conference 
to earn player of the year honors, joining only NC State's 
David Thompson and Virginia's Ralph Sampson ... an 
AII-ACC first-team selection in both his freshman and 
sophomore seasons ... averaged 20.8 points and 10.7 
rebounds as a sophomore ... averaged 20.1 points 
and 1 0.7 rebounds for his B4-game career - he is one 
of only five players in school history to average a double/ 
double for his entire career ... the No. 1 overall selec- 
tion in the 1 995 NBA Draft by the Golden State War- 
riors ... currently a member of the Minnesota 
Tlmberwoives. 

Smith's Career Statistics 

YEAR GP FSM-PSa PC T. FTM-FTA KT. AST BEB PT5-A»5. 

1994-95 2i^i'^5'^di rE Si;;;; '- ^: ;;;■■:" ": 3-so.b 

Career 64 451'ai9 .550 377.511 .737 65 663-10.7 1S90'a0.1 



B-B, Forward 

Baltimore, Md. 

Played: 1994-97 




AP third team All-America selection and a consensus 
AII-ACC first-team selection his senior season, 1997 
... received two votes in the ACC Player-of-the Year 
voting ■ the only player besides Wake Forest's Tim 
Duncan to receive voting consideration ... a four-time 
AII-ACC honoree, he earned first team honors as a 
senior, third team as a lunior, and honorable mention 
designation during his freshman and sophomore sea- 
sons ... played on four NCAA Tournament teams ... 
school's record holder with 57B career free throws ... 
grabbed a career-high and school-record 213 free 
throws made as a senior ... a first round selection of 
the Chicago Bulls in the 1997 NBA Draft ... became 
only the second player in school history to play for an 
NBA World Championship team as the Bulls won the 
199B NBA championship. 



Booth's Career Statistics 

YEAR SP PGM'FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. AST RES 


PTS-Avg, 


1993-94 30 113-249 


,454 67-149 584 65 


183-6 1 


324-10,6 


1994-95 34 126-277 


455 114-184 .895 75 


247-7 3 


369-10,9 


1995-96 30 145-328 


442 182-214 ,757 73 


233-7,8 


459-15,3 


199B-97 32 205-437 


,489 213-237 ,717 82 


253-79 


624-19,5 


Career ia6 589-1,391 


.456 576'684 .699 £96 


9167.3 


1776-14.1 



B-3, Guard 

Takoma Park, Md. 

Played: 1999 




A second team All-America selection following his out- 
standing junior season at Maryland ... AII-ACC first team 
and ACC All-Tournament first team selection ... finished 
fourth in the balloting for ACC Player of the Year in 
1 999 ... named the Division I newcomer of the year and 
a first team All-American by Sports Illustrated ... final- 
ist for the Naismith and Wooden awards as the colle- 
giate player of the year ... All-America second-team by 
Eastern Basketball ... AII-ACC defensive team by the 
ACC coaches ... earned Most Valuable Player honors at 
the BBST Classic in Washington, D.C., as he helped 
lead Maryland past No. 5 Stanford and NIT participant 
DePaul ... selected to the all-tournament team at the 
Puerto Rico Shootout ... selected by the Vancouver 
Grizzlies as the second overall pick in the first round of 
the 1 999 NBA Draft and later traded to the Houston 
Rockets . . . named NBA Co-Rookie of the Year in 2000 
and voted to the NBA All-Star Game in 2002. 



Francis' Career Statistics 

YEAB GP FBM-FGA PCT. RM-FTA PCT. AST 



BEB PTS-Aq. 



1998-99 34 205-392 523 124-157 790 152 154-4,5 579-17,0 



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A DECADE DF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champions 

Final Four '2001, 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1394, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 

W 




Honored Jerseys 



nd Men's Basketball 





All-America 

soon 

300S 





All-America 

soos 





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A 




^ ^ 





^ ""IIP" ' 

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Juan Dixon Lonny Baxter Steve Blake 



6-3, Guard 

Baltimore, Md. 

Played: 1999-SOOS 



G-8, Forward/Center 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Played: 1999-SOOS 





Led Terps in scoring and steals in three straight seasons, and 
led Maryland to its first NCAA title ... consensus All-Amerlcan 
as a senior, earning ACC Player of the Year and NCAA Final 
Four MVP honors in 2002 ... led Maryland to consecutive 
Final Four appearances, and became UMfe all-time scoring 
champ wth 2,269 points ,„ third in voting for the 2DD2 Wooden 
Award . . . winner of the Chip Hilton Award and Senior CLASS 
Award ... only Terp besides John Lucas to be named first team 
AII-ACC in three straight seasons ... ended college career as 
the only player in NCAA history with 2,000 points, 300 steals 
and 200 three-pointers ... 9th in NCAA Tournament history in 
scoring for a careen (294) and single tournament (1 55 in 2002) 
... the winningest Terp ever with 110 victories, and never fouled 
out in 141 career games ... second in Maryland and ACC 
history, and 1 2th in NCAA history, with 333 career steals . . . 
scored in double digits in 54 straight games to end his career, 
the second longest streak in Terp historv ... joined Lonny Baxter 
to become the highest-sconng tandem (4, 1 27 points) in NCAA 
history to win a national championship ... selected 1 7th overall 
by the Washington Wizards in the 2002 NBA draft. 

Oixon's Career Statistics 

ygAfl GP PBM-FBA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. AST HEB ?TS-Avg. 

1998-99 34 05.193 .443 44-53 .B30 47 BB-a.B 550-7.4 

1999-03 35 934-506 .465 113-143.790 157 199-5.5 63Q.1B.0 

aOCO-01 34 935-508 ,4B3 128-148 ,865 93 158-4.B 684-90,1 



A powerful bruiser with excellent hands and touch around 
the basket helped him become |ust the 1 0th player in NCAA 
history to earn NCAA Regional MVP honors in consecutive 
seasons ... member of the Wooden Award All-America Team 
in 2002 while helping lead the Terps to their first national 
championship ... guided Maryland to Final Four appearances 
in 20D1 and 2002 ... shares the Maryland record for most 
starts in a career in the NCAA tournament (16) ... finished 
his career as Maryland's second-leading rebounder and sixth- 
leading scorer of all-time ... two rebounds shy of becoming 
the second player in school history with 1 ,000 rebounds ... 
two rebounds shy of becoming the first player in Maryland 
history with 1 ,500 points and 1 ,000 rebounds ... three-time 
AII-ACC recipient, earning first team honors in 2000, and 
second team accolades as a junior and senior ... combined 
with Juan Dixon to be the highest-scoring tandem (4,127 
points) in NCAA history to win a national championship ... 
with Dixon, joined Len Elmore and Tom McMillan (1974) as 
the only other pair of first team All-Amerioans on the same 
team in Maryland history ... selected with the 44th pick of 
the 2002 NBA draft by the Chicago Bulls. 



9001-09 38 951-535 



141-157 ,898 104 166-46 735-904 



Career 1^1 BOS-1713 ,468 839-615 .3B9 371 599<4.S 8869-16.1 



Baxter's Career Statistics 

VEAB GP FGM-FGA PCT- FTM-FTA PCT, AST RES 


PTS-Avg, 


1998-99 39 89-137 


,599 51-89 ,573 IB 11B-3.B 


217-6.9 


1999-00 35 918-409 


,533 111-187 ,594 31 308-9.9 


547-15.6 


2000-01 36 219-387 


,566 122-206 ,592 19 286-7.9 


561-15.B 


2001-09 35 193-354 


,545 147-236 .623 29 290.8,9 


533-15,9 


Career 138 718-1867 


,553 431-716 -600 96 966-7.8 


185B-13.S 



6-3, Guard 
Miami Lakes, Fla. 
Played: S000-03 




Elite playmaker who started for the Terrapins for four years at 
point guard and finished his career as Ivtaryland's all-time leader 
in assists, games started and minutes played ... finished his ca- 
reer fifth on the NCAA's all-time assists chant with 972 and 
fourth in ACC caneen assists behind Bobby Hurley (1 ,076), Chris 
Corchiani (1 .038) and Ed Cota (1 ,03D) ... AP Honorable Men- 
tion All-Amenica selection and finst team AII-ACC choice as a 
senion ... a semifinalist fon the Wooden Award and Naismith Na- 
tional Playen of the Yean Award ... led the ACC in assists as a 
sophomore, junior and senion ... the only playen in ACC histony 
with 1 ,000 points, BOD assists, 400 nebounds and 200 steals 
... joined UNO's Ed Cota as |ust the second playen in ACC histony 
with 1 ,000 points, BDG assists and 400 nebounds ... played 
eveny game of his foun-yean caneen which included three Sweet 
Sixteen appearances, two tnips to the Final Fpun, a national title 
and 1 5 NCAA Tounnament games ... Manyland was 1 03-35 with 
Blake as its point guand ovenall. 1 3-3 in the NCAA Tounnament 
... contnibuted in 51 caneen ACC victonies ... 4.312 minutes 
played mone than any playen in Manyland histony ... selected in 
the second nound of the 2003 NBA Dnaft by the Washington 
Wizands. 

Blaice's Career Statistics 

YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT AST BEB P75-Avg- 



MZBet=:sc§G of MZiominstm 



1999-00 35 86-911 ,408 35-51 .BBB 217 108-3,0 244-70 


^ 


2000-01 3B 83-208 .399 45-63 .714 248 108-3.0 248-6.9 
9001-02 3B 91-238 382 61-74 .624 286 137-3.8 287-8.0 


2002-03 31 114-275 ,415 68-83,819 221 114-3.7 360-11.6 


TOTAL 138 374-938 -401 809-871 ,771 973 465-3-4 1139-8-3 




Si»5 History and Honors 


I 




^_ A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2002 National Champrans 

Final Four '2001, 2002 

Sweet Sixteen • 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

NCAA Appearances ' 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 



Maryland Men's Baske^^tOZ^ m J 




W'^ WW^'^fm 



^i 



inners 



Natic 

National Ph 

Player Year 

Joe Smith 1995 


inal Honors 

iyer of the Year 

Selection Board or Panel 


AP, UPI, Naismith 


National Coach of the Year 

Coach Year Selection Board or Panel 


Gary Williams 


2001 


Plavbov 


Gary Williams 


2002 


Basketball America 




2002 


CBBSportsline.com 




2002 


Winged Foot Award [New York Athletic Club) 




2002 


Victor Award (Nat'l Academy of Sports Editors) 


All- Americans 

Plaver Year Selection Board or Panel 


Louis Berger 


1931 


HF 




1932'' 


CV- 1st Team, HF 


Gene Shue 


1953 


CV-2nd Team 




1954 


CV-2nd Team, HF 


Tom McMiilen 


1972 


CV-2nd Team, AP-3pd Team, UPI-3rd Team 




1973 


CV-1st Team, NABC-2nd Team, LIPI-2nd Team, AP-3rd Team 




1974 


CV-lst Team, NABC-2nd Team, UPI-2nd Team, AP-3rd Team 


Len Elmore 


1974 


CV-1 St Team, BW-1 st Team, AP-2nd Team, NABC-2nd Team, LIPI-2nd Team 


John Lucas 


1974 


AP-2nd Team, CV-2nd Team, NABC-3rd Team 




1975* 


CV-1 St Team, NABC-1 st Team, UPI-1 st Team, BW-1 st Team, AP-2nd Team 




1976' 


AP-1 St Team, CV-1 st Team, UPI-1 st Team, BW-1 st Team 


Albert Kinq 


1980 


AP-1st Team, CV-2nd Team, NABC-2nd Team, UPI-2nd Team 




1981 


UPI-2nd Team, NABC-Srd Team 


Buck Williams 


1981 


CV-2nd Team 


Len Bias 


1985 


AP-2nd Team, BW-2nd Team, NABC-2nd Team 




1986' 


AP-lst Team, NABC-1 st Team, UPI-1 st Team, BW-lst Team 


Walt Williams 


1992 


AP-2nd Team, UPI-2nd Team, BW-2nd Team 


Joe Smith 


1994 


UPI-3rd Team 




1995' 


AP-lst Team, NABC-1st Team, UPl-lstTeam, BW-1stTeam 


Keith Booth 


1997 


AP-3rd Team, NABC-3rd Team 


Steve Francis 


1999 


BW-2nd Team, AP-2nd Team, NABC-2nd Team, TSN-2nd Team 


Juan Dixon 


2001 


BW-3rd Team, NABC-3rd Team 




2002' 


AP-1 st Team, NABC-1 st Team, BW-1 st Team, TSN-1 st Team, WD-1 st Team 


Lonnv Baxter 

Acader 

Plaver 

Tom McMiilen 


2002 


WD- 1st Team 


ni'c A 

Year 

1972 


ll-Americans 

Selection Board or Panel 


GTE/CoSIDA- 1st Team 


Tom McMiilen 


1973 


GTE'CoSIDA- 1st Team 


Tom McMiilen 


1974 


GTE/CoSIDA- 1st Team 


Greq Manning 


1981 


GTE/CoSIDA-2nd Team 


Matt Hoe 


1991 


GTE/CoSIDA- 1st Team 


' Consensus A//-Americans are determined by first team setections on a majority of major All-America teams 

AP-Associated Press; NABC-Basketba/I Coaches; BT-Bas)<etba/I Times; BW-Basketba« Writers; CV-Con- 
verse; HF-Helms Foundation: TSN-The Sporting News; UPl-United Press International; WD-Wooden Award 



ACC Honors 



ACC Player of 
the Year 

1979-80 Albert King 

1 9B4-85 Len Bias 

1 985-86 Len Bias 

1 994-95 Joe Smith 

2001 -02 Juan Dixon 



ACC Rookie of 
the Year 

1978-79 Buck Williams 
1993-94 Joe Smith 

ACC Coach of 
the Year 

1974-75 Lefty Driesell 

1979-80 Lefty Dnesell 
1997-98 Gary Williams 

tACC<<thlete Magazine) 

1999-00 Gary Williams 

fColtefle Hoops Illustrated) 

9001-02 Gary Williams 

AII-ACC 
Selections 

1953-54 Gene Shue (1st) 
1954-55 Bob Kessler (2nd] 
1955-58 Bob Kessler (gnd) 
1 95B-57 Bob O'Brien (2nd) 
1957-58 Nick Davis (gnd) 

John Nacincik [2nd) 

1958-59 Charles McNeil (2nd) 
1959-BO AlBunfledst) 

Bob McDonald (2nd) 

19B0-B1 Bob McDonald [2nd) 
1 9B2-B3 Jerry Greenspan (2nd) 
1 9B4-B5 Jay McMiilen (2nd) 
1965-68 Gary Ward (gnd) 
1968-69 Will Hetzel (gnd) 
1 969-70 Will Hetzel (gnd) 
1970-71 Jim O'Brien (gnd) 
1971-72 Tom McMiilen (1 st) 

Len Elmore (gnd) 

1972-73 Tom McMiilen [1st) 

Len Elmore (gnd) 

1973-74 Len Elmore [1st) 

John Lucas (Istl 

1974-75 John Lucas (1st) 

Dv^en Brovtfn (gnd) 

Brad Davis (2nd) 

Maurice Howard (2nd) 

1975-76 John Lucas (1st) 
1 97B-77 Brad Davis (2nd) 
1978-79 Larry Gibson (2nd) 



1979-80 Albert Kins (1st) 

Greg Mannincj (gndl 

Buck Williams (2nd) 

1980-81 Albert King (2nd) 

Buck Williams (2nd) 

1982-83 Adrian Branch (2nd) 

Ben Coleman (gnd) 

1933-84 Ben Coleman [2nd) 
1984-85 Len Bias (Istl 

Adrian Branch [2nd) 

1985-86 Len Bias (1st) 
1966-87 Derrick Lewis (2nd) 
1988-89 Tony Massenburg (3rd) 

Jerrod Mustaf (3rd) 

1990-91 Matt Roe (3al) 
1991-92 Walt Williams (1st) 
1993-94 Joe Smith (1st) 

Exree Hipp (HM) 

Johnny Rhodes (HM) 

Duane Simpkins (HM) 

1994-95 Joe Smith (1st) 

Johnny Rhodes (3rd) 

Keith Booth (HM) 

Exree Hipp (HM) 

Duane Simpkins (HM) 

1 995-96 Johnny Rhodes (2nd) 

Keith Booth [3rd) 

Exree Hipp (HM) 

Duane Simpkins (HM) 

1996-97 Keith Booth (Istl 

Laron Profit (HM) 

1 997-98 Rodney Elliott (3rd) 

Laron Profit (3rd) 

Obinna Ekezie (HM) 

1998-99 Steve Francis (Ist) 

Terence Morris (gnd) 

Laron Profit (3rd) 

Terrell Stokes (HM) 

1999-00 Lonny Baxter [Istl 

Juan Dixon (1st) 

Terence Morris (gnd) 

Steve Blake (HM) 

gOOO-01 Juan Dixon (1st) 

Lonny Baxter (gnd) 

Terence Morris (3rd) 

Steve Blake (HM) 

gOOI-Pg Juan Dixon (1st) 

Lonny Baxter (2nd) 

Steve Blake (3rd) 

Chris Wilcox [3rd) 

Byrxjn Mouton (HMl 

gOOg-03 Steve Blake (1st) 

Drew Nicholas (gndl 

Ryan Randle (3rd) 





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4 


• 



Juan Dixon with John Wooden at the Wooden Awards 
Show in Los Angeles. 



E^g^ 



m.r.uT.i^i 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

200S National Champions 
Final Four • S001 . 2002 
Sweet Sixteen > 1994. 1995. 199B. 1999. 2001. 2002. 2003 
NCAA Appearances ' 1394. 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000. 2001. 2002 




r^^^WKrvland Men's Basketball 



AIIACC 
Tournament 

1954 GeneShueHstl 



1 986-87 Derrick Lewis 



1956 


Bob Kessler (2nd) 


1957 


John Nacincik (2nd) 


1958 


Nick Davis (1st) 


Charles McNeil (1st) 


Al Bunqe (2nd) 


1961 


Bill Stasiulatis (2nd) 


1962 


Jerry Greenspan (2nd) 


1965 


Jay McMiilen (2nd) 


Gary Ward (2nd) 


1972 


Len Elmore (1st) 


Tom McMillan (1st) 


Jim G'Bnen (2nd) 


1973 


Tom McMillen (1st) 


John Lucas (1st) 


Jim O'Brien (2nd) 


1974 


TomMcMillen (1st) 


John Lucas (1st) 


Maurice Howard (1st) 


Len Elmore (2nd) 


Owen Brown (2nd) 


1975 


John Lucas (1st) 


1976 


Maunce Howard (2nd) 


Steve Sheppard (2nd) 


1978 


Lawrence Boston (2nd) 


Larry Gibson (2nd) 


1979 


Larry Gibson (2nd) 


19BG 


Albert King (1st. MVP) 


Greq Manning (1 st) 


Ernest Graham (2nd) 


Buck Williams (2nd) 


1981 


Albert King (1st) 


Buck Williams (1st) 


Ernest Graham (2nd) 


1984 


Len Bias (1st, MVP) 


Ben Coleman (1st) 


Adrian Branch (2nd] 


1986 


Len Bias (1st) 


1968 


Keith Gatlin (2nd) 


1989 


TonvMassenburqdst) 


1992 


Walt Wlliams (2nd) 


1995 


Exree Hipp (2nd) 




Joe Smith (2nd) 


1996 


Keith Booth (2nd) 


1997 


Keith Booth (2nd) 


1998 


Rodney Elliott (2nd) 


1999 


Steve Francis (1st) 


2000 


Lonny Baxter (1st) 


Juan Dixon (1st) 


Tererice Morns (2nd) 


2001 


Juan Dixon (1st) 


Lonnv Baxter (2nd) 


2002 


Steve Blake (2nd) 



ACC 

1972-73 



Player of 
the Week 

Tom McMillen 



Jim O'Brien 



1973-74 John Lucas 



Len Elmore 



1974-75 Tom Roy (2) 



John Lucas (2) 



1975-76 Steve Sheppard 



Maurice Howard 



John Lucas 



1 977-78 Lawrence Boston 
1978-79 Ernest Graham 



Albert King 



Greg Manning 



1979-80 Albert King (2) 



Greg Manning 



1960-81 Albert King (2) 
1 962-83 Adrian Branch 

Herman Veal 

1983-84 Ben Coleman (2) 
Jeff Adkins 



Adrian Branch 



1987-68 Derrick Lewis 


1986-69 John Johnson 


1989-90 Tony Massenburq 


1991-92 Walt Williams 


1992-93 Kevin Mcbnton 


1994-95 Joe Smith (2) 


Johnny Rhodes 


1995-96 Keith Booth 


Johnny Rhodes 


1996-97 Keith Booth (2) 


1997-96 Sarunas Jasikevicius 


1998-99 Steve Francis (2) 


Laron Profit 


1999-00 Lonny Baxter 


Juan Dixon (2) 


Terence Morns 


2000-01 Lonny Baxter 


Juan Dixon (2) 


2001-02 Juan Dixon (3) 


2002-03 Steve Blake 



ACC Rookie of 
the Week 

1970-71 Jim O'Brien (2) 



Darrell Brown 


Howard White 


1971-72 Tom McMillen (4) 


Len Elmore 


1972-73 John Lucas (2) 


1974-75 BradOavis(3) 


Steve Sheppard 


1975-76 Larn/ Gibson 


Lawrence Boston 


1976-77 Bill Bryant (2) 


Mike Davis 


Jo Jo Hunter 


1977-78 Greg Manning (2) 


Albert King 


1978-79 Buck Williams (3) 


1981-62 Adrian Branch (3) 


1982-63 Ben Coleman (2) 


1983-84 Keith Gatlin 


1984-85 Derrick Lewis (3) 


1 965-66 John Johnson 


1986-87 Teyon McCoy (2) 


Steve Hood 


1987-88 Brian Williams (2) 


1988-89 JerradMustaf (3) 


1990-91 Garfield Smith 


1992-93 Exree Hipp (2) 


Jphnny Rhodes (2) 


1993-94 Joe Smith (6) 


1999-00 TahjHolden 



SC Honors 

All-Southern 
Conference 

1930-31 BoseyBerger 



Ed Ronkin 


1932-33 Rufus Vincent 


1935-36 BemieBuscher 


Vic Willis 


1937-38 George Knepley 


1938-39 Geonqe Knepley 


Eddie Johnson 


Geonqe DeWitt 


1944-45 Jack Flynn 


1948-49 LeeBrawley 



All-Southern 

Conference 

Tournament 

1931 BoseyBerger 



1984-65 Len Bias 



Adrian Branch 



1985-86 Len Bias (2) 



Ed Ronkin 


1939 


Georcie Knepley 


1945 


Jack Flynn 


1951 


Dick Koffenberqer 


1953 


Gene Shue (MVP) 



Academic 
Honors 

Phi Beta Kappa 

1976-79 EncShrader 

NCAA Post- 

Graduate 

Scholarship 



1970 


Tom Milroy (altJ 


1974 


Tom McMillen 


1981 


Greg Manning 


1991 


Matt Roe 



All -ACC 
Academic 

1966-67 Jay McMillen 
1968-69 Tom Milroy 
1971-72 TomMcMillen 
1972-73 TomMcMillen 
1973-74 TomMcMillen 
1976-77 Steve SheppanJ 

Bnan Magid 

1978-79 Greg Manning 
1979-80 Greg Manning 
1960-81 Greg Manning 
1983-84 Charles Dnesell 
1964-85 Charles Dnesell 
1990-91 Mag Roe 
1 994-95 Kurtis Shultz 
1996-97 MattKovank 
1 998-99 Mike Mardesich 
1 999-00 Mike Mardesich 
2000-01 Mike Mardesich 
Byron Mouton 



Scholar- Athlete 
Av/ard 

1989-90 Matt Roe 



1990-91 Matt Roe 


1991-92 Vince Broadnax 


1992-93 Kurtis Shultz 


1993-94 Kurtis Shultz 


1994-95 MattRaydo 


1995-96 MattKovank 


1996-97 MattKovank 


1997-98 MattKovarik 


1996-99 MattHahn 


1999-00 MattHahn 


2000-01 Mike Mardesich 


2002-03 Mike Grinnon 



Maryland 

Team 

Honors 

Most Valuable 
Player 

1969-70 RodHorst 



1970-71 Barn/YatES 


1971-72 Len Elmore 


1972-73 TomMcMillen 


1973-74 TomMcMillen 


1374-75 John Lucas 


1975-76 Maunce Howard 


1976-77 Larry Gibson 


1 977-78 Larry Gibson 


1 978-79 Larry Gibson 


1979-80 Albert King 


1980-81 Albert King 


1981-82 Adrian Branch 


1962-63 Adnan Branch 


Ben Coleman 


1 983-B4 Ben Coleman 


1984-65 Len Bias 


1985-86 Len Bias 


1986-87 Dernck Lewis 



1987-86 Dernck Lewis 


1988-89 Tony Massenburg 


1989-90 Tony Massenburg 


1990-91 Matt Roe 


1991-92 Walt Williams 


1992-93 Kevin Mcbnton 


1993-94 Joe Smith 


1 994-95 Joe Smith 


1 995-96 Johnny Rhodes 


1996-97 Keith Booth 


1997-98 Rodney Elliott 


1998-99 Steve Francis 


Terence Morns 


1999-00 Terence Morns 


2000-01 Lonny Baxter 


Juan Dixon 


2001-02 Juan Dixon 


2002-03 Drew Nicholas 


Steve Blake 



Most Improved 
Player 

1969-70 Sparky Still 

1970-71 JimO'Bnen 

1971-72 Darrell Brown 

1972-73 John Lucas 

1973-74 Owen Brown 

1 974-75 Maunce Howard 

1975-76 Brad Davis 

1 978-77 Lawrence Boston 
1 977-76 Greg Manning 
1978-79 Emest Graham 
1 979-80 Taylor Baldwin 

1980-81 Steve Rivers 

1981-82 Charles Pittman 

1 982-83 Len Bias 

1 983-84 Terry Long 

1 984-85 Jeff Baxter 

Tom Jones 

1 985-86 Jeff Baxter 

1 986-87 Dave Dickenson 
1 987-B8 Tony Massenburg 

1988-89 Cedric Lewis 

1989-90 Jesse Martin 

1990-91 Kevin Mcbnton 

1991-92 Evens euros 

1992-93 Chris Kerwin 

1993-94 Mario Lucas 

Duane Simpkms 

1994-95 Wayne Bristol 
1996-97 ObinnaEkezie 
2001-02 Chns Wilcox 

Alvin Aubinoe 
Greatest 
Career 
Contribution 

1969-70 Will Hetzel 

1970-71 Jay Flovrers 

1971-72 Charlie Blank 

1 972-73 Jim O'Bnen 

1 973-74 Tom McMillen 

1 974-75 8% Hahn 

1 975-76 John Lucas 

1976-77 John Pavlos, Mgr. 
1 977-76 Lawrence Boston 

1 978-79 Larry Gibson 

1979-80 JohnBilney 

1980-61 Albert King 

1981-82 Dutch Money 
1 982-63 Adnan Branch 

1983-64 Jeff Adkins 

1984-85 Charles Dnesell 

1985-66 Len Bias 

1987-88 Dernck Lewis 
1988-89 Dave Dickerson 
1969-90 Tony Massenbunj 

1990-91 Cednc Lewis 

1991-92 Walt Williams 
1992-93 Evens Burns 



Newcomer of 
the Year 

1967-88 Brian Williams 



1988-89 JerrodMustaf 


1969-90 Evens Burns 


1990-91 Garfield Smith 


1991-92 John Walsh 


1992-93 Exree Hipp 


Johnny Rhodes 


Coaches' Award 

1969-90 JerrodMustaf 


1990-91 Cednc Lewis 


1991-92 Garfield Smith 


1992-93 Kurtis Shultz 



Buck Williams 
Len Elmore 
Rebounding 
A\A/ard " 

1 969-70 Rod Horst 



1970-71 Barry Yates 


1971-72 Len Elmore 


1 972-73 Len Elmore 


1973-74 Len Elmore 


1974-75 Tom Roy 


1975-76 Lawrence Boston 


1976-77 Larry Gibson 


1977-78 Larry Gibson 


1976-79 Buck Williams 


1979-80 Buck Wlliams 


1960-61 Buck Wlliams 


1981-82 Herman Veal 


1982-63 Ben Coleman 


1983-84 Ben Coleman 


1984-65 Len Bias 


1985-86 Len Bias 


1966-67 Dernck Levins 


1967-88 Dernck Lewis 


1966-89 Tony Massenburq 


1989-90 Tony Massenburq 


1990-91 Cednc Lewis 


1991-99 Evens Bums 


1992-93 Evens Bums 


1993-94 Joe Smith 


1993-94 Joe Smith 


1995-96 Keith Booth 


1 996-97 Keith eooth 


1997-98 Rodney Elliott 


1 998-99 Terence Morns 


1 999-00 Lonny Baxter 


2000-01 Terence Morns 


2001-02 Lonny Baxter 


2002-03 Ryan Randle 



* Originally named in honor of 
Chns Patton from 1970-89. 
Maryland's rebounding award 
was changed to honor Len 
Bmone from 1990-94. and 
later amended to include Buck 
Williams' name. 

Bud Millikan 
Defensive 
Player of the 
Year 

1990-91 Vince Broadnax 

Cednc Lewis 

1991-92 Vince Broadnax 
1 992-93 Kevin Mcbnton 
1993-94 Johnny Rhodes 

1994-95 Exree Hipp 

Joe Smith 



LeFrak Scholar 

2003-04 Nik Caner-Medlev 



Mr. Hustle 
Awfard 

1989-90 Vince Broadnax 
1990-91 Vince Broadnax 

1991-92 ChnsKena/in 

1992-93 Mike Thibeault 

1993-94 Keith Booth 

1994-95 MattRaydo 

2001-02 Byron Mouton 

Outstanding 
Free Throw/ 
Shooter 

1969-90 Walt Williams 

1990-91 Walt Williams 

1991-92 Kevin Mcbnton 
1992-93 Kevin Mcbnton 
1993-94 Duane Simpkins 
1994-95 Duane Simpkins 
1995-96 Duane Simpkins 
1 996-97 Sarunas Jasikevicius 
1 997-96 Sarunas Jasikevicius 

1998-99 Juan Dixon 

1999-00 Juan Dixon 

2000-01 Juan Dixon 

2001-02 Juan Dixon 

2002-03 Drew Nicholas 



Most Improved 
Free Throw/ 
Shooter 

1996-97 Rodney Elliott 
1997-98 ObinnaEkezie 

Most Assists 
Aw/ard 

1 989-90 Walt Williams 

1990-91 Kevin Mcbnton 
1991-92 Kevin Mcbnton 
1992-93 Kevin Mcbnton 
1 993-94 Duane Simpkins 
1994-95 Duane Simpkins 
1995-96 Duane Simpkins 
1996-97 Terrell Stokes 
1997-96 Terrell Stokes 

1996-99 Terrell Stokes 

1999-00 Steve Blake 

2000-01 Steve Blake 

2001-02 Steve Blake 

2002-03 Steve Blake 

6th Man Award 

2000-01 Danny Miller 

2002-03 Calvin McCall 

Unsung Hero 
Award 

2000-01 LaRon Cephas 
5002-03 Tahi Hplden 

Senior Award 

1990-91 Cedric Lewis 

1991-92 Matt Downing 

1992-93 Chns Kerwin 

1998-99 Laron Profit 



Morgan Wootten 

Lifetime 

Achievement" 

1 997-98 Jack Zane 

1996-99 Johnny Holliday 

1999-00 JackHeise 

2000-01 Mary Perry 

2001-02 Jack Zane 

2002-03 John Brown 

* Renamed in honor of ttie long- 
time DeMatha High School 
coach in 200a 



a^r=^d^ of OQ»^f »^ »!)UJ.IJII.I.I.1J.I.I.I1-J 




A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 



Sweet Sixteen 
NCAA Appearances • 1994, 



2002 National Champions 
Final Four ' 2001 , 2002 
' 1994. 1995. 1998. 1999. 2001. 2002. 2003 
1995. 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000. 2001. 2002 



2003 



Maryland Men's Baske l^tC 4 ^1 



L-TIM 



Master 



Ac t.3 , Josepn, 1 944 _ 

Adams, Donald, 1926 2^-28 




Adkins, 



3g-83-a4-B5 



Jeff Adkins 



jJaKJohn. ^933-^m 



Allen. Benjamin, 1936-37 



Archer, Hudy. 19SB 



Anderson, Mike, 1990 



Andorka. William. 1935 



Arsnworthy, Frank. 1949-50 



Auslander, Brian. 1969-71 



Avery. John. 1966-B7-6B 




Badu. Eb tI; gOO MI-Q g 
Baila. Edward, •945-4 3 
Baker. Harmon, 1925 
Batechow. David. 19 45 

Baldwn, Taylor 1979-80-81-85 
Bartan. Joseph. 19Bg 



Jeff Baxter 



Baxter. Jeff. 1 983-B4-B5-8B 



Baxter. Lonny. 1999-00-01 -02 



Beamer. Francis. 1938-39 



Beatty. William. 1924-55-26 



Bechtle. Gerald. 1958-59-60 



Behr. Samuel. 1945 



Berger, Louis. 1930-31-32 



Bensoechea. Adam, 193B-39-40 



Berlin, H.S.. 1918-19 



Bias, Leonard, 1983-84-85-88 



Bilney, John, 1 977-7B-79-80 



Blake. Steve. 2000-01-02-03 



Blank, Charles. 1970-71-72 



Slumbers. Norman. 1960-61 



Bodell. Bob. 1971-72-73 



Body. Robert, 1971-75-73 



Soland, Samuel, NA 



Booth, Keith, 1994-95-96-97 



Bosley. Robert, 1945 



Bosnic, Nick, 1994 



Boston. Lavjrence. 1976-77-78 



Bowie. William. 1936-37 



Boyd. Arthur, 1925-2B-27 



Boyle, John, 1975-76 



Branch. Adrian. 1 9B2-B3-84-B5 
Brawley. 0. Lee. 1949-50-51-52 



Brayton. Neil. 1964-65-BB 



Brenner, John, 1945 



Bristol, Wayne, 1992-93-94-95 



Broadnax. Vince. 19B9-90-91 



Brooks. Ronald. 1952-53-54 



Brov»n. Darrell. 1971-72-73 



Brown. Owen. 1973-74-75 



Brovtfn. William, 1936-37 



Bryant, Bernard. 1935 



Bryant, William. 1936-37 



Bryant. Wlliam, 1977-78 



Buckley. John. 1945 



8unge. Al. 1958-59-60 



Burch, Samuel. 1943 



Burger. Joseph, 1924-25 



Bums, Evers. 1990-91-95-93 



Burton, Tim, 1 9B4-85-B6-87 



Buscher, Alton, 1935-33-34 



Buscher, Bernard, 1934-35-36 



Butler, Jay. 1953 



Camgbe" W-"'a-' , 194 5 
Cane^lV^edley, Nit, 50 03 

Cardwell Lee. 1955- 55 
Carl son, Phillip, 196 3- B4-B5 

Carpenter, Cnr^ao. 19 62-63 

Carter H-; - : '2;--^ 

Cartwr.g ^' ■ r"5 

Cephas, La Ror, 




Sen Coleman 



1 353-99-00-01 



Chalmers, George, 1930-31-35 



Chamberlain. Kevin, 1990 



Chase, Spencer, 1935-33-34 



Chong, Eddie. 1989-90 



Chronister. Jon. 1991-35 




Clark, Jackie, 1964-65-66 



Cohen, Morris. 1935 



Cole. Kenneth, 1913-14 



Coleman, Ben, 1983-84 



C ollins, Andre, aOOe-03 



Collins, James. 1 939 



Connelly. Thomas. 1951 



Crawford. Mark, 1977 



Crescenze. Edward, 1948 



Crosthwait, Samuel. 1957 



Cutler. Robert. 1 958 




Davis. Brad. 1975-76 -7:- 
Davis, Mike, 1977 -78 

Da; s. No, 155B-57-58 



f/like Davis 



Dav'S, Todo, 1990-91-95 



Day, S.E.. 1913 



Dean. Thurston, 1957-56-59 



Darstyne, R.S,, 1914 



DeCosmo, Michael. 1964-85 



Dewitt, George, 1939-40 



Dickerson, David, 1 9B6-B7-8B-89 



Diffie, Granville, 1950 



Dilworth, Robert, 1953-54-55 



Dixon. Juan. 1999-00-01-05 



Downing. Matt. 1991-95 



Drescher. Richard. 1 967-E 



Driesell. Charles. 1985-83-84-85 



Dudley. Aaron. 1991-95 



Dunlap. Howard. 1956 



DuVall. Mearle. 1940. 1942 



Dyer. Harold. 1934 




ECAiardE 
1346-^ 



-43-^9 




Elliott. Rodney. 1 995-96-97-98 



Elmore. Len. 1972-73-74 



Englebert. Erwin, 1944 



Ensor, Lionel, 1954-55-56 



Eskin, Neal, 19B1-B2-83-B4 



Etienne, Max, 1989-90 



Evans. Warren. 1933 



Evans. William. 1928-29-30 



Everett, Robert. 1 953-54-55 



=aDer, John. 1924-55-56-57 

f armer , Ed ward, 1 983 

^ arrell. Shawn, 197B """ 
FellciWE. Frank. 1951. 1953 



n 

John F/ynn 



Fennel. E.O.. 1944 



Ferguson. Scott. 1962-63-64 



Fetters. Robert. 1941-42 



Fern. Gustav. 1957 



Fields, Norman, 1998-97-98-99 



Finniff. Doug, 1991 



Flowers, Jay, 1970 



Flynn, John, 1944-45-46 



Fothergill. Mark, 1980, 85-B3-84 



Francis, Steve, 1999 



Franklin, James, 1964-65-66 



Franklin, William, 1965-66 



Fugua, Frank. 1955 




Garret: ^shton. 194' 






GarpJBo n, Travis , 500 3 

Gatlin. Keitn. 1984 -85 -86, B B Keith Gatlin 

Gavlor, Robert, 1 929-30 



Gjicert^H D_, 

Gilchrist, John, S003 



■ 976-77-78-79 



13'3 



Giimore, Jack, 1941 



Gleasner. John. 1946 



Gordley. Larry. 1972 



Graham, Ernest. 1978-79-80-81 



Greco. Ralph, 1955-53-54 



Greenspan, Gerald, 1961-62-63 



Gregg. David, 1996 



Grrnnon, Mike, SOOE-03 



Groves. John, 1954 



Guckeyson. Bill. 1935. 37 



u 



HatcWatt. ig97-gg3-00 
^ ^illy" 1 974 ;^'"" 



Hammerlund. Robert. 1937 



Hankin. Robert, 1950 

Hardiman, Robert, 1955-56-57 



Harrington. Joseph, 1965-66-67 



Hart, Robert. 1978-73 



Hathaway. Jeff. 1378-79 



Headley. Coleman, 1938 



Heagv, Al, 195B-59-30 



Heatley, Jack, 1345 



Ei Cher, Robert, 136 '6563 Max Etienne Heil, George. 1940 
Eisemen, John, 1918-13 
Ekezie. Dbinna, 1996-97-98-99 



Hetse, John. 1946-47 



^-re-;:- Da, d, 1 977, 1979-80 

Henry, Darien, 2003 

Hess, Harry, 1930-31 

Hetzel, Fred. 1958-59-30 



Hetzel. Will, 1968-69-70 



Hilden, Charles, 1968-69-70 



Hipp, Exree, 1993-94-35-96 



Hisle, John, 1935 



Hite, Kelly. 1997 



Hoffecker. Thomas. 1 945 



Holbert. Peter, 1381-85-83-84 



Holden,Tah|, 5000-01-05-03 



Hood. Steve. 1967-86 



Horn, Hechert. 1945 



Horst, Rod, 1968-69-70 



Horton, Frank, 1995 

Housley, Samuel, NA 

Howartl. Maurice. 1973-74-75-76 

Hughes. Harry. 1946 

Huntemann. Charles. 1913-14 
Hunter, Jo Jo. 1377-78 



i^ffss 



J acRson Willi ariTl gSI 
-acksor, ^^gge. 
1973-80-81 -85 




William Jones 



Jaec k, Paul, 19 45 

Jame s B obe"t, 1 9 45-43 
Jarmoska. George, 1941 



Jasikevicius. Sarunas, 1995-96-97-98 



Jelus. Paul. 1960-61-65 



Johnson, Edward, 1937-38-39 



Johnson, James, 1951-55 



Johnson, John, 1986-87-88-89 
Johnson, Julius IPete), 1367-68-63 



Jones, Thomas, 1985-86 



Jones, William. 1966-67-88 



Judd. Donny. 1994-95 



Ka LgJens ki , Matt. 1 9BMG 
Karm. R S , 1918 
Kaplan, Zev. 1 955 _ 

Katver. Mark 1 987-88 __ 
Kassel. Steve, ' 3^3-38-31 




Chris Kerwin 



Kasoff. Mitch, 1987-88-89-90 



Kebeck, 9teve. 1970-71 



n 



Keene, Robert, 1946 



Keller, Charles. 1935-36-37 



Kelleher. Charles. 1960-61-65 



Kerwin. Chris. 1995-93 



Kessler Robert. 1954-55-56 



King, Albert. 1978-79-80-81 



Kinsman. James. 1943 



Knepley George. 1937-38-39 



Knepley. Robert. 1 945 



Knode. Robert, 1313 



Koffenberger, Dick, 1950-51-55 
Kovarik. Matt, 1 994-95-97-9B 
Krukar, Pete, 1958-59-60 



at^ffbbei 



LadffFbbert, 1957 

La ke. William, 194 6 
Lann, Alvin. 1948 51D_ 
Leuci. Victor. 1954 

Levin, Julius, 1933 




Cedric Lewis 



Levin, 


Morris. 


1955-53 


Levine 


Frank. 


1933 


Lewis 


Cednc. 


1988-69-90-31 


Lewis 


Derrick 


1385-86-87-88 


Lewis 


Robert 


1364 


Linkous. Fred. 


1996-57-58 


Long. Terry. 1984-85-86 



IJUJ.IJII.I.I.1J.I.I 




ii A DECADE OF DOMINANCE 

2uu2 National Champons 
Final Four ' 2001 . 2002 
Sweet Sixteen > 1994, 1995. 1998. 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 
NCAA Appearances • 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999. 2000, 2001, 2002, 



yland Men's Basketball 



Lucas, John, 1973-74-75-76 



Lucas. Mano, 1 993-94-95-9B 



Luney. William, NA 




■Amiti E-51, ig~;~7 _, 



Jay McMillen 



-5a-53 



iVian ni nH. Grefl, 'i 37B-7g-B0-S1 



Mardesich, Mike, 199a-99-CIO-01 



Marshal, Alfred, NA 



Marshall, Ted, 1 960-61 -BS 

Martin, Jesse, 19B9-90 

Massenburg, Tony, 19B6, 19BB-89-90 

May. Charles. 1930-31-32 

Mayolo. Vinny. 1 9Bg-a3-B4-B5-B6 

Mays. H.W, 1911 

McCall. Catvin. 2000-01-02 

McCarthy. John. 1936-37-3B 

McCoy. Teyon. 19B7-BB. 90 

McCraVi Chris, a003 

McCudy. Bi\jce. 1949 

McDonald. Robert. 1959. 61 

McDonald. Leib. 1941 

McGinnis. Wayne. 1957 

McHale. Richard. 1971 

Mcbnton. Kevin. 1930-91-92-93 

McMillen. Jay. 1965-BB-67 

McMillen. Thomas. 1972-73-74 

McNeil. Charles. 195B-59 

McWilliams. Samuel. 1963-64 

Mercer. Alvin. 1973-74 

Mema. James. 195B 

Michelson. Sheldon. 1967-BB 

Miller. Danny. 1999-00-01 

Miller. Thomas. 1 9BB 

Milroy. Thomas. 1968-69-70 

Mobus. Paul. 1936-37 

Mondorf. Pershing. 1939-40 

Mont. Thomas. 1942-43. 47 

Moore. Dwiflht. 1 953 

Moore. Perry. 1956-57-5B 

Moran. Donald. 1951-52-53 

Morin. Matt. 1990-91-92 

Morley. Greg 'Dutch'. 1979-B0-S1-Bg 

Moms. Alan. 1972-73 

Moms. John. 1932 

Moms. Terence. 1998-99-00-01 

Momis. William. 1913-14 

Moulon. Byron. 2001-05 

Mueller. Richard. 1 9B4 

Mulitz. Miton. 1937-3B. 40 

Murphy. William. 1 957-58-59 

Murray. Robert. 1947-48-49. 55 
Mustaf. Jerrod. 1 989-90 




'. acindk, Jo hn, 19a-57 -5B 
• .iikgin,; _e ff. 1973 
■•ired,:-';: ■ 3B6-a7-B E-£; 

;\e9l'.tlonn, 1 a74-7g- - 



Greg Wared 



Nevin. Phil. 1987 



Newsome. John. 1975-76 



Nicholas. Drew. 2000-01 -02-03 
Nofsinger. Michael. 1960-61-62 



Sandoov.e- _:" 

1954-55-55 
Ea nders. Hetvey. 19 ^C Steve Sheppard 

5:-3:.^e" C^6-'E5, 1955-56 

Scheele. Thomas. 1935 

Schmidt. Francis. 1933 

Schroeder. David. 1961 

Schuerholz. Donald. 1942-43. 47 



.e£ -erman. 
' ;; • -62-83-34 

Vincent, J.M 



Herman Veal 



1914 



Vincent. Rufus. 1932-33-34 



Noms. John. 1930-31-32 



Schultz. Logan. 1938 



Nuttle. Byron. 1943 



Shaffer. Richard. 1939 



D'Brfen.Jim 1971-72-73 



1^. - m 



Shanahan. Gen-y. 19B0 



Sheppard. Steve. 1975-76-77 



Shrader. Ere. 1977-78-79 



Shue. Gene. 1952-53-54 




Shultz. Kums. 1992-93-94-95 



Shumate. John. 1947 



Siegrist. Ronald. 1948-49 



W aB(g\ Gec -qe . 1933 

W alker. R e:-;. 19BB 
Waller. Ec .■.=-; 1947 
Walsh. John, 1992-93 



Gary Williams 



O'E-ien. Robert. 1 955-56 5^ Jim O'Brien Simms. Han/ey. 1939 



Simpkins. Duane. 1993-94-95-96 



Ward. Gary. 19B4-B5-6B 



Watkins. Brian. 1997-98-99 



Ochse nrertep. Eugene, 
1939^ 



Smallwood. Lawrence. 1928-29 



Waters. Albert. 1 935-36-37 



Smith. Atman, 1 997-98 



Weber. George. 1 933 



op 

Tier, Bryan, 1983. B5 W^m J^ 



Smth. Bernard. 1948-49-50 



Webster. David. 1954-55 



SmaJi. Garfield. 1991-92 



Weidinger. Charles. 1940 



Smith, Jamar, a003 



Weingarten. Julian. 1957-58 



Smn^. Joe. 1994-95 



Wharton, James. 1941 



Snyder Robert, 1933-34 



Wheeler Waveriy. 1936-37-38 



Sothoron. Norviiood. 1934-35 



White. Joseph. 1942 



Palmer, Bryan, 1983. B' 
Parl(er, M f 19P'1 
Pattqn, C-r,s, ;5T5-7