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CARLETON (CANADA) (EXH) 1:00 p.m. 

JACKSON STATE 8:00 p.m. 

MERCER 8:00 p.m. 

BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME TIP-OFF CLASSIC 
vs. Memphis 9:00 p.m. 



ACC/BIG TEN CHALLENGE 
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BB&T CLASSIC 
Maryland vs. George Mason 
G. Washington vs. Michigan State 
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UNCASHEVILLE 1:00 p.m. 

• FLORIDA STATE 6:00 p.m. 
AMERICAN 8:00 p.m. 
LIBERTY 8:00 p.m. 
MOUNT ST. MARY'S 8:00 p.m. 

• at North Carolina Noon 

• at Wake Forest 9:00 p.m. 
TEMPLE 2:00 p.m. 

•VIRGINIA 9:00 p.m. 

• NC STATE 6:00 p.m. 

• at Duke 9:00 p.m. 

• GEORGIA TECH 5:30 p.m. 
•atClemson 7:00 p.m. 
•at Miami 3:00 p.m. 

• VIRGINIA TECH 9:00 p.m. 

• DUKE 9:00 p.m. 

• at NC State 9:00 p.m. 
•at Virginia 3:30 p.m. 

• CLEMSON 8:00 p.m. 

• NORTH CAROLINA 5:30 p.m. 

• at Virginia Tech 4:00 p.m. 
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(Sites — Cleveland; Indianapolis; Boise: Tucson; 
Charlotte: Worcester; Nashville; Oklahoma City) 
NCAA Regionals TBA 

(Sites — Syracuse; Austin: Chicago: Albuquerque) 

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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 — ESPN. ESPN2, ABC. CBS, Fox Sports Net (FSN) — national 

Raycom, Raycom/Jefferson Pilot (RJ) — local and regional ACC markets 

Comcast Sports Net (Comcast), RSN — regional 

Terps Online: umterps.com 
Ticket Information: I -800-462-TERP 
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This Is Maryland Basketball 

2004-05 Schedule 1 

Table of Contents 2 

This Is Maryland Terrapins Basketball ... 4 

Comcast Center 6 

The Gary Williams Datebook 8 

Championship Tradition 12 

Basketball Family 14 

The Power Of The ACC 16 

Maryland In The Spotlight 18 

No Better Place To Be! 20 

So Much... So Close! 22 

Gameday at Garyland! 24 

2004-05 Season Preview 

Season Outlook 26 

Roster Information & Squad Breakdown . . 29 

Pronunciation Guide 29 

Preseason Notebook & Honors 31 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach Gary Williams 34 

Senior Associate Head Coach Dave 

Dickerson 42 

Assistant Coach Mike Lonergan 44 

Assistant Coach Keith Booth 46 

Director of Basketball Operations Troy 

Wainwright 48 

Men's Basketball Support Staff 49 

Meet The Terrapins 

Mike Grinnon 52 

Darien Henry 55 

Nik Caner-Medley 57 

Travis Garrison 60 

John Gilchrist 63 

Chris McCray 66 

Will Bowers 69 

Hassan Fofana 71 

Ekene Ibekwe 73 

Mike Jones 75 

D.J. Strawberry 77 

James Gist 79 

Sterling Ledbetter 80 

ACC 6 Opponents 

About the Atlantic Coast Conference ... 82 
ACC & NCAA Tournament Brackets ... 83 

ACC Composite Schedule 84 

American, Clemson 86 

Duke, Florida State 87 

George Mason, George Washington. . . 88 

Georgia Tech, Jackson State 89 

Liberty, Memphis 90 

Mercer, Miami 91 

Michigan State, Mount St. Mary's 92 

North Carolina, UNC Asheville93 

NC State, Temple 94 

Virginia, Virginia Tech 95 

Wake Forest, Wisconsin 96 

BB&T Classic 97 




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MEDIA GUIDE CREDITS 

~ I he 2004-05 University of Maryland Men's Basketball Media Guide was 
published by the Maryland athletic media relations office with the intent 
to serve all media and followers of Terrapin basketball. Additional copies may 
be purchased for $20. Mail orders should include $3 for postage and handling. 

The guide was written and edited by Mark Fratto, assistant media relations 
director. Layout and design by Patrick Fischer, publications coordinator and 
assistant media relations director. Editorial assistance by Doug Dull, Amy 
Mulligan, Adam Zundell, Dustin Hockensmith, Kelly Bramble, Daren Jenkins, 
Jessica Bernheim and Sarah King. 

Photography by John Consoli, Bruce L. Schwartzman, Phil Straw, Bill 
Vaughan, David Cognetti, David Kyle/NBAE/Getty Images and NBA Properties. 

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

The Maryland athletic media relations staff extends its thanks to all ACC and 
opponent sports information offices and all members of past sports information 




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staffs that have assisted in compiling information that is an integral part of this 
guide. Any corrections or additions to the media guide are welcome and should 
be directed, via e-mail, to Mark Fratto at fratto@umd.edu. 

The University of Maryland is an equal opportunity institution with respect to 
both education and employment. The university does not discriminate on the 
basis of race, color, origin, sex or handicap in admission or access to, or 
treatment or employment in, its programs and activities as required by federal 
(Title VI, Title IX, Section 504) and state laws and regulations. Inquiries 
regarding compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1 964, as amended, 
Title IX of the 1972 Educational Amendment, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation 
Act of 1973, or related legal requirements should be directed to the Office of 
Human Relations, 1107 Hornbake Library, University of Maryland, College 
Park, Md. 20742; telephone— 301-405-2838. Inquiries concerning the appli- 
cation of Section 504 and Part 34 of the C.F.R. to the University of Maryland, 
College Park, may be directed to the Director, Disabled Student Services, 0126 
Shoemaker Hall, University of Maryland, College Park, Md. 20742; 
telephone— 301-314-7862 (voice) or 301-314-7683 (TTY). 





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2003414 Season Review I i 

Review Notebook 98 iBk 

2004 Final Results, Attendance, I 1 

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2004 Final Statistics: I ferv" 

Overall, ACC, NCAA 101 

Team Game-by-Game Statistics 102 [ fl 

Season Superlatives 103 i 

Miscellaneous Statistics 104 ™ 

ACC Review 1 05 

Game Recaps 1 07 

The Record Book 

Year-by-Year Finishes 116 v b»- 

Coaching History, Arena History 117 K W^Ty 

All-Time In The AP Poll 118 3 f 4 

Ail-Time In The Coaches Poll 119 H 

Individual Records 1 20 t^B 

Individual Leaders 121 JK. 

Class Records 1 26 |fc& 

Annual Leaders 1 28 fflJK 

Team Records 1 30 sjj*$ 

Maryland Year-by-Year Statistics 1 34 

Opponent Year-by-Year Statistics 135 

All-time Results 136 

Series Records 1 42 

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 And Honors 

Teams of Tradition 1 58 

2002 National Champions 1 64 

Honored Jerseys 1 65 

Award Winners 1 70 

All-Time Roster 172 

Career Statistics 1 74 

Cole Field House 1 77 

Terps In The Pros 

Terps In The NBA Draft, Lottery History 1 80 

Terps' Draft History 181 

Terps In The NBA 182 

Terps As Pro Coaches, 

2004-05 Terp NBA Roster 1 84 

University & Athletics Department 

University of Maryland 1 86 

Distinguished Alumni 188 

President CD. Mote Jr. 189 

Athletics Director Deborah A. Yow ... 1 90 | 

Athletics Administration 192 

Academic Support & 

Career Development 1 95 

Undergraduate Programs of Study ... 1 96 

Sports Medicine 1 97 

Strength & Conditioning 1 98 

Terrapin Club, M Club 199 

Athletics & Coaching Staff Directories . 201 

Terrapin Radio Network 204 

Covering The Terps 205 

Media Information 206 

TV/Radio Chart 208 



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third team in tournament history to beat 
the No. 3 seed, the No. 2 seed and the No. 
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UNIVERSITY INFORMATION 

Location: College Park, Md. 

Founded: 1 807 

Enrollment: 35,329 

Nickname: Terrapins, Terps 

Colors: Red, White, Black and Gold 

Arena (Capacity): Comcast Center (1 7,950) 

Affiliation: NCAA Division I 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

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

Athletics Director: Deborah A. Yow (Elon '74) 

HISTORY 

First Year of Basketball: 

Overall Ail-Time Record: 

NCAA Tournament Appearances: . . . 
Last NCAA Tournament Appearance: 
National Championships: 



1904-05 

1 ,250-890 (.584) 

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1 (2002) 



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19th in the AP Poll, 
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NCAA Final Fours: 2 (2001, 2002) 

NCAA Final Eights: 4 (1973, 1975, 2001, 2002) 

NCAA Sweet Sixteens: .. 13(1958,1973,1975,1980, 
1984, 1985, 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003) 

ACC Championships: 7 (Tournament Champions — 

1 958, 1 984, 2004; Regular Season Champions — 1 975, 

1980, T- 1995, 2002) 

BASKETBALL STAFF 

Head Coach: Gary Williams 

(Maryland '68/ 16th season) 

Overall Record (Years): 522-293 (26) 

Record at Maryland (Years): 315-165 (15) 

Associate Head Coach: Dave Dickerson 

(Maryland '90/9th season) 

Assistant Coach: Mike Lonergan 

(Catholic '88/1 st season) 

Assistant Coach: Keith Booth 

(Maryland '03/1 st season) 

Director/Operations: Troy Wainwright 

(UMUC '04/9th season) 

Graduate Assistant: Andrew Novick 

(Chicago '99/2nd season) 

TEAM INFORMATION 

2003-04 Overall Record: 20-12 

ACC Record/Finish: 7-9, 6th 

ACC Tournament: 3-0, 2004 ACC CHAMPIONS 

Maryland defeats No. 3 Wake Forest, 87-86 (Quarterfinal) 

Maryland defeats No. 2 NC State, 85-82 (Semifinal) 

Maryland defeats No. 1 Duke, 95-87 (OT) (Final) 

NCAA Tournament: 1 -1 , Second Round 

Maryland defeats UTEP, 86-83 (First Round) 

Syracuse defeats Maryland, 72-70 (Second Round) 

Final Ranking: ... No. 1 9 AP; No. 24 USA Today/ESPN 

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 11/1 

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 

Newcomers: 2 

MEDIA RELATIONS 

Associate A.D./Media Relations: Doug Dull (Maryland '81) 
Men's Basketball Contact: Mark Fratto (SUNY Geneseo '99) 

...301-314-8052 
. . fratto@umd.edu 
...240-417-5763 
...301-314-7064 
...301-314-9094 
. www.umterps.com 



Fratto's Office Phone: 

Fratto's E-mail: 

Fratto's Cell Phone: 

Media Relations Phone: 

Media Relations Fax: 

Athletics Website: 

Media Relations Mailing Address: 

2725 Comcast Center, College Park, MD 20742 








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last year. Gary Williams leads all 
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1 aryland's new home for Terrapin Athletics was 
completed in the fall of 2002, and has already 
i provided two seasons of toppled attendance records 
and memories on the hardwood. Comcast Center provides a 
seating capacity of 1 7,950 fans for basketball, and serves as 
a campus site for university special events and select 
community events. 

The Terrapins' first public basketball event was its 2002 
Midnight Madness celebration, which has grown to one of 
the premiere student events of the academic year. In its first 
season, 281 ,057 fans were on hand to witness Terrapin 
basketball games for a per-game average of 1 7,566 as the 
Terrapins finished fifth in the nation. The Terps went on to 
finish fifth in the nation once again in 2003-04, with a 
school-record 287,200 spectators packing the arena for 1 6 
full sellouts and a capacity per-game average of 1 7,950. 

The honored jersey numbers of 1 5 of the greatest men's 
basketball players in school history, as well as banners 
commemorating the 2002 national championship and the 
2002 National Coach of the Year Gary Williams, hang high 
above the court in Comcast Center's rafters. The 2004 ACC 
Tournament Championship banner will be added this season 

Twenty suites provide enhanced viewing and entertainment 
capabilities for Maryland fans. Maryland's student section, 
affectionately known as "GARYLAND," accommodates 
4,000 of the Terps' perennial ardent supporters. Students fill 
the first 1 rows that ring the arena 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. 



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Comcast Center houses the university's athletics adminis- 
tration offices and includes a 7,000-square-foot Academic 
Support Center, providing an enhanced study atmosphere for 
the school's near-750 student-athletes on 27 teams. An 
additional 1 ,500-seat gymnasium serves as home to the 
Terps' volleyball, gymnastics and wrestling teams, and Nextel 
Heritage Hall multi-purpose room is equipped to host 
banquets, press conferences, meetings and serve as a pre- 
game restaurant suite overlooking the competition arena. 

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 
History. The Terrapin Team Store, located just off the 
ing three-level atrium lobby, allows visitors to outfit their 
. Maryland has once again reclaimed the status of 
g the best student activities center and basketball arena 
2 country. 




COMCAST QUICK FACTS 



Total Square Feet 

On-Site Parking *!. . . . . J . . . 
Seats for the Disabled .... 

Restrooms 

Concession Stands 

Luxury Suites . . . . 

Building Site 

Heritage Hall 

Auxiliary Competition & 

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Terps Merchandise Store. . . 

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440,000 

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Capacity 400 

Capacity 1 ,500 

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Spacious concourses on 
' two levels provide ample 
room for comfort, includ- 
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the Terps' first slaying of a top 
Tanked team in Comcast Center. 




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2004 NCAA DIVISON I MEN'S BASKETBALL 

HOME ATTENDANCE LEADERS 



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Syracuse 
North Carolina 
Louisville 
MARYLAND 
Wisconsin 
Indiana 
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ATTENDANCE 

"295"227 

371,018 

291,223 

291,643 

287,200 

257,130 

214,331 

228,200 

208,935 

231,481 



AVERAGE 

22,710 

21,825 

20,802 

1 9,443 

17,950 

17,142 

16,487 

16,300 

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June 1 3, 1 989 - Named Maryland's seventh 
head coach. He becomes only the second former 
Terp player to be named head coach. [I ] 

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

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

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

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



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Dec. 29, 1990 - Guided the Terps to victories 
over Rutgers, 86-81 , and South Carolina, 78-69 
to gain the championship of the ECAC Holiday 
Festival at Madison Square Garden. [3] 



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

June 24, 1992 - All-American Walt Williams 
selected as the No. 7 overall pick in the 1 992 
NBA Draft by the Sacramento Kings. [4] 



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Jan. 19, 1993 - Defeated No. 
89-78, at Baltimore Arena. 



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Nov. 26, 1 993 - Defeated No. 1 5 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 polPsince 1985. [5] 

March 13, 1994 - Maryland named to the 
NCAA Tournament for the first time 
since 1 988, earning a No. 1 seed in 
the Midwest Region. 

March 17, 1994 - Defeated Saint 
Louis, 74-66, in his first NCAA 
Tournament game as the Terps' head 
coach. 

March 19, 1994 - Defeated second- 
seeded Massachusetts, 95-87, in the 
biggest upset of the 1 994 NCAA Tour- 
nament. Maryland reached the Sweet Six 
teen for the first time since 1 985. [6] 



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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 10 ranking since 
1984. [7] 

Feb. 7, 1995 -Defeated 
No. 1 North Carolina, 
86-73, for his first win as 
Maryland's coach over 
the nation's top-ranked 
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Others receiving votes; Boston College 
124. Oklahoma St 74. Florida 66, Illinois 
56, New Mexico St, 43. Missouri 42, Ne- 
braska 21, Marquette 20. Mtssissiopi St. 14. 
LSU 11. Virgins 9. W Kentucky 7. Michigan 
St, 5, Perm 5. Seton Hall 4. Alabama 3, 
DePaul 3. New Orleans 3, Wake Forest 3. 
George Washington 2. Providence 2. Tn. 



Khers receiving votes: Stanford 103. 
Ainnesota 98, Missouri 98, Pennsylvania 
>6. Illinois 52. Iowa 41, St. Louis 41, 
firginia 40, Villanova 35. Oklahoma St. 
13. Tulane 31. St. Joseph's 29. Alabama 
!7, Louisville 17. Oklahoma 17, Virginia 
'ech 17, Xavier, Ohio 16. Ohio University 



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March 13, 1995 - No. 10 final AP rankings is 

Terps' first top 10 ranking in a final poll since 

1 980. 
March 18, 1995 - Defeated Texas, 82-68, to 

advance to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen for the 

second consecutive season. [8] 



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

March 1 1, 1996 - Maryland named to the 
NCAA Tournament for the third consecutive 



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Jan. 14, 1998 - Defeated No. 1 North Carolina 
in OT, 89-83, for his second victory over a top- 
ranked opponent. [10] 

March 8, 1998 - Named to the NCAA 
Tournament for a school-record fifth consecutive 
season, earning No. 4 seed in the West 
Region. 

March 14, 1998 - Defeated No. 22 Illinois to 
advance to the Sweet Sixteen for the third time 
in five years. [II] 



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

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

June 30, 1999 - Second-team All-American 
Steve Francis selected as the second pick of the 
1 999 NBA Draft. Obinna Ekezie and Laron 
Profit were selected in the second round. 
[13] 



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Dec. 1 1, 1999 - Defeated No. 22 Kentucky, 72- 
66, to earn his 200fh victory while coaching at 
Maryland. 

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

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

March 1 2, 2000 - Advanced to its first ACC 
Tournament final since 1 984, and later named 
a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Midwest Region. 



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March 3, 2001 - Regular season concluded 

with a 35-point home win over rival Virginia, 

the largest win in series history. 
March 11, 2001 - Earned its eighth consecutive 

bid to the NCAA Tournament, a No. 3 seed in 

the West Region. [I] 

March 22, 2001 - A 76-66 win over 
Georgetown sends Maryland to the Elite Eight 
for the first time since 1975. 

March 24, 2001 - An 87-73 win over top- 
seeded Stanford catapults Maryland to a West 
Region title and the Terps' first Final Four. 
Lonny Baxter is named the regional's Most 
Outstanding Player. [2] 

March 31, 2001 - Maryland is pined by 
Arizona, Duke and Michigan State at the 
2001 Final Four in Minneapolis. [3] 



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

Feb. 1 7, 2002 - Defeated top-ranked Duke, 
87-73, 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 1 1 2-92 to clinch their first ACC 
regular season crown since 1 980, and 
complete a 15-0 home season. 

March 10, 2002 - Earned the highest 
NCAA Tournament seed in history, 
drawing a ninth-straight NCAA bid with 
a No. 1 seed in the East Region. 

March 1 1, 2002 - Williams earned his first 
selection as the ACC's Coach of the Year. 

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

March 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 
10th player in history to earn Regional MVP 
honors a second time. [4] 

March 30, 2002 - Defeated Kansas, 97-88, to 
advance to the school's first-ever 
championship game. [5] 

April 1, 2002 - Defeated Indiana, 64-52, to 
claim Terps' first national title in history.[6] 

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 1 0,000 fans greeted the champion 
Terps at a victory celebration at Cole 
Field House. 

May 16, 2002 - Williams honored with the 
Winged Foot Award as the coach of the 
national champions at a formal dinner hosted 
by the New York Athletic Club. [7] 



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welcomed at the White House by 
President George W. Bush. [8] 

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 coacn of the year as votecT 
by the National Academy of Sports 
Editors. 

Oct. 2002 - "Sweet Redemption" hits 
bookstands. It is the Gary Williams 
autobiography as told with award- 
winning author David A. Vise. [9] 



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Nov. 24, 2002 - Williams and the Terps 
open state-of-the-art Comcast Center with 
64-49 victory over Miami (Ohio). [10] 



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NCAA Sweet Sixteen game in 10 
opportunities at the Alamodome in San 
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Dec. 10, 2003 - The Terps post a 69-68 (ot) 
victory at No. 1 Florida as Williams becomes 
the nation's winningest active coach over top- 
ranked opponents. 

March 12, 2004 - Needing a victory to ensure 
a NCAA bid, the Terrapins down third-seeded 
Wake Forest, 87-86, in the ACC Tournament's 
quarterfinal round. 

March 1 3, 2004 - The Terps complete the 
greatest comeback in ACC Tournament history, 
overcoming a 21 -point first-half deficit to 
surprise No. 2 seed NC State in the semifinal 
round. 

March 14, 2004 - Maryland completes the 
sweep by downing top-seeded Duke, 95-87 
ot), to capture their first ACC Tournament since 
984 and the first of Williams' career. [13] 

March 18, 2004 - Playing as the No. 4 seed in 
their 1 1th consecutive NCAA Tournament, the 
Terps down UTEP, 86-83, to give Maryland an 
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"Lefty" Driesell started in College Park in 1971 ^ it 
continues nationally today, and arguably, nobody 
does it better than the University of Maryland. 

Perennially one of the Athletics Department's most popular events, ii 
Maryland Madness always features a music and laser light show and per 
formances by the Terrapin Spirit Squad, the Gymnkaka Troupe and the 
dance team. More than 15,000 screaming fans have turned out annually 
to the event to catch a sneak preview of the Terps during their annual 
■ntrasquad scrimmage. 

Head coach Gary Williams has made his spectacular Midnight Madness 
tntrance a tradition. He rode out onto the court on a Harley-Davidson 
notorcycle in 2003, and drove Donnie Neuenberger's "Fear the Turtle" 
NASCAR onto the floor in 2004. 

£ A Gary Williams Look-Alike Contest debuted in 2004, which was a 
fan-favorite during the evening's program. Maryland Madness 2004 was 
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Former men's basketball players are among the most devoted fol- 
lowers of the Maryland team, and continue their involvement each 
year through various events, including an annual alumni game during 
Midnight Madness festivities and an alumni golf outing with Gary Wil- 
liams. 

Among the numerous participants who returned for the past several 
alumni games and Midnight Madness celebrations include: Mike Ander- 
son, Earl Badu, Jeff Baxter, Adrian Branch, Neil Brayton, Wayne 
Bristol, LaRon Cephas, Bob Cutler, Matt Downing, Max Etienne, 
Norman Fields, Keith Gatlin, Ernie Graham, Jerry Greenspan, Joe Har- 
rington, Bob Hart, Dave Henderson, Pete Holbert, Mo Howard, Speedy 
Jones, Donny Judd, Matt Kaluzienski, Mitch Kasoff, Matt Kovarik, 
Cedric Lewis, Derrick Lewis, Tom McMillen, Dutch Morley, Jim O'Brien, 
Brian Palmer, Matt Raydo, Johnny Rhodes, Tom Roy, Harvey Sanders, 
Ron Siegrist, Kuril's Shultz, Duane Simpkins, Garfield Smith, Jim Spiro, 
Terrell Stokes, Stan Swetnam, Mike Thibeault, Jap Trimble, and "The 
Wizard" Walt Williams. 



I The Maryl and basketball team flies char ter airp lanes to ne arly every game on its 
schedule. Pictured is a 50-passenger aircraft which [transports the Terps from city J 
to city throughout the season, this regional jet features two-by-two seating with 
no middle seats, and is the quietest flying jet in the! world. It can cruise at 530 mph 

and up to-41,000-feek 1 f- H j * w iP f" 

Charter flights make getting to, and coming back from, any destination easy an 
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, 
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The Terrapins and head coach Gary Williams are active members of the University of Maryland and greater Baltimore-Washington, D.C., community. 
The men's basketball team is involved in extensive charity, fund-raising and public speaking events throughout the year, particularly in the oHseasonrg 
■(■ In September of 2004, University President CD. Mote Jr. announced that Williams will co-chair the scholarship component of Maryland's upcoming ' 
$200 million fund-raising campaign. Earlier in the year, Williams served as the commencement speaker at the graduation proceedings for the Robert rCg 
Smith School of Business. He has been heavily involved in the NABC's Coaches vs. Cancer efforts, a program that is a partnership between the National * 
Association of Basketball Coaches and the American Cancer Society. Williams has also worked with Maryland grad Boomer Esiason and others to benefit T 
the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, hosting charity basketball games and golf events. For the past two years, he has served as the honorary chairman for the" 

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Army's FORE Kids golf tournament in 2003 and 2004, which raises proceeds for Washington, D.C's youth. 

In the fall of 2004, Terrapin players and coaches joined with members of the Greek community in raising $21,000 for Ronald McDom 
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COMMITMENT TO EDUCATION 

t The 2004-05 year promises to be one of great academic success for 
e Maryland basketball team. Both of Maryland's seniors, Mike 
Grinnon and Darien Henry, are on track to graduate in the spring. 
Grinnon and sophomore Wdl Bowers were recently honored for grade- 
point-averages above a 3.0 and sophomore Ekene Ibekwe has been 
named the 2004-05 recipient of the LeFrak Scholarship Award. The ^ 
scholarship represents an endowment established by the | m' 
Samuel J. and Ethel LeFrak Foundation, and is awarded annually 
to three Maryland student-athletes who exhibit extraordinary 
athletic, leadership and scholarship abilities. 

— Many former Terps continue to work toward their degrees while — 
continuing to pursue professional basketball opportunities. Tahj 
Holden and Drew Nicholas were amongst many former Maryland 

L players in College Park over the summer working to earn their 

degrees. Keith Booth, a four-year starter and 1997 Ail-American 
. selection, graduated in 2003 after pursuing a professional 

- basketball career that included winning the NBA championship in / 
1998, and is now one of Gary Williams' new assistant coaches. J 
Former Terps Calvin McCall, Laron Profit and <-* *~ /L 
Terrell Stokes are all among recent men's 
basketball players to earn degrees from the 

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NBA SUPERSTAR STEVE FRANCIS 

One of Terrapin basketball's most prominent alumni superstars in 
recent years, two-time NBA All-Star Steve Francis remains very close 
to Maryland's campus in the offseason. Francis, an All-American with 
the Terps in 1 999 and the NBA Co-Rookie of the Year in 2000, main- 
tains dose ties with the Terrapin program and can be found in and 
around College Park during the summer playing pick-up, making public 
appearances, or in some cases, helping students in need. 

Some of Maryland's students were temporarily without a home fol- 
lowing a tornado in the fall of 2001 that swept through campus, but 
Francis was on hand to help. The NBA superstar 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. Nearly 110 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 
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ACC AND THE RPI REPORT 

The ACC was the nation's top-rated conference in 
the final RPI Report in 2003-04 with the highest 
rating ever accorded a conference. 

The ACC has been the top rated conference in 
four of the past nine years according to the RPI 
Report, and in the Top 3 nationally since 1 996. In 
addition to 2004, the ACC rated first for three 
consecutive seasons (1 996-98) and ranked second 
in 1999, third in 2000, second in 2002 and third 
once again in 2003. 






ACC NO. 1 IN THE ASSOCIATED 
PRESS POLL 

There have been 872 Associated Press polls since 
the first on Jan. 20, 1 949. The ACC, despite peren- 
nially having the country's smallest membership total, 
is the most ranked conference in the nation with 
2,569 listings. 

AP POLL REFLECTS ACC STRENGTH 

Over the last six 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 1 998: Duke (1 30), 
Maryland (106), North Carolina (90), Wake Forest 
(72), Virginia (35), Georgia Tech (1 8), Clemson 
(17), NC State (12) and Florida State (8). 

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 different 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 in consecutive 
seasons. 

ACC UNPRECEDENTED IN THE 
ASSOCIATED PRESS POLL 

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

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

The ACC has had at least three teams ranked in 
the final AP poll in 22 of the last 25 years, including 
a national-most six teams in 2003. 

ACC IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT 

In terms of success, the ACC is unrivaled in the 

history of the NCAA Tournament. The league teams 

ove made the ACC the winningest conference all- 









time in NCAA Tournament play, with a cumulative 
record of 298-145 (.673). 

■ The ACC had two teams in the Final Four for 
the second time in four years and the fifth time 
overall. Maryland and Duke represented the 
conference in 2001 , while Duke and Georgia Tech 
appeared together in 2004. 

■ Over the last 1 6 years, ACC teams have made 
more Final Four appearances than any other 
conference. Since 1 988, the ACC has 1 9 Final Four 
appearances while the Big Ten is second at 1 2. 

■ Since the NCAA Tournament expanded to 64 
teams in 1 985, the ACC has the most NCAA 
Tournament wins (203), the best winning percentage 
(.679), the most "Sweet 1 6" appearances (56), the 
most regional final appearances (31 ) and the most 
Final Four teams (20). 

■ In the 20 years of the 64-team NCAA field, the 
ACC has produced 20 Final Four teams, an average 
of one per year. The Big Ten is second with 1 3 Final 
Four teams. 

■ In 2004, the ACC was the first conference in 
NCAA Tournament history to have five teams - Duke 
(#1 ), Georgia Tech (#3), NC State (#3), Maryland 
(#4), Wake Forest (#4) - seeded fourth or higher. 

■ The ACC has had 1 or more NCAA 
Tournament wins in three of the last five years and 
1 3 times overall. 

■ Over the last four years, the ACC is 40-1 8 
(.690) in NCAA Tournament play. The Big East is 
second at 35-1 9 (.648). 

AGC Television 

■ A record-setting 261 television appearances 
involving Atlantic Coast Conference teams headline 
the league's 2004-05 basketball schedule. The 
schedule also boasts an all-time high 1 72 televised 
games involving ACC teams and marks the 1 0th- 
straight year that the league has had more than 200 
television appearances. 

■ ACC teams will make 1 32 appearances on 
national television networks, including 50 appear- 
ances on ESPN, 34 on FSN, 29 on espn2, 1 on 
ABC and nine on CBS. 

■ Eighty of the league's 88 regular season 
conference games, including 36 on national 
television networks, are scheduled to be televised. 
The league's four-day, 1 0-game ACC Tournament to 
be held at the MCI Center in Washington, D.C., 
(March 10-13) is also slated to be broadcast by 
Raycom/Jefferson-Pilot, ESPN and ESPN2. 

■ FOX Sports Net will televise 20 Sunday 
afternoon and evening games on a national basis 
starting with the Southern California at North 
Carolina game on November 28. Fourteen of the 20 
Sunday games are conference match-ups. 

■ Headlining the non-conference schedule is the 
sixth annual ACC-Big 10 Challenge, pairing two of 
the nation's premier conferences in a regular season 
challenge series which airs on ESPN and ESPN2. In 
2003 the ACC won the Challenge for the fifth- 
straight time winning seven of the nine games 
played. 

■ In 1 998-99, 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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There is no better place to be than the University of 
Maryland, College Park. With its top-ranked academic 
programs, nationally recognized faculty, diverse 
population, and lush 1 ,580-acre campus located between 
Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, Md., it's no wonder the 
University of Maryland is a sought-after destination for some 
of the state's — and the country's — best and brightest 
students. 

Attracting them are more than 1 00 majors and some of the 
highest ranked programs in the country. As of 2004, 67 under- 
graduate and graduate programs rank among the top 25 
nationally for their academic quality. For instance, in the latest 
U.S. News & World Report undergraduate rankings, the 
University of Maryland's business school was rated 1 8th 
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 & World Report. 

High-tech, engineering, and service industries thrive in close 
proximity to the campus, offering a wide spectrum of intern- 
ships, work-study opportunities and career choices for students. 
And, the campus is surrounded by the dynamic cultural oppor- 
tunities 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 
University of Maryland, College Park. 






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In its first-ever ranking of 
intercollegiate athletic 
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World Report named the 
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 institutions for 
the 2000-2001 
academic year. 

The Honor Roll recog- 
nizes institutions that did 
well across several 
categories, including 
NCAA compliance, 
commitment to gender 
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records, total number of 
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waterfronts, monumental 
landscapes. Jazz, film festivals, 
marches and demonstrations. 
Shopping, professional sports, 
regattas on the Chesapeake 
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The nation's capital and its major attractions are within 
10 miles of Comcast Center. And the highly efficient 
Metro rail system, with a station at the campus doorstep, 
makes navigating the greater Washington, D.C, area 
easy. Campus shuttle buses serve the College Park 
Metro station, allowing easy access to one of the 
country's model transportation systems. 

BALTIMORE 

The 1 2th largest city in the United States is often 
referred to as the "Charm City." Located just 35 miles 
north of the University of Maryland, its rejuvenation 
as an urban center is unprecedented. The Inner 
Harbor, its National Aquarium and tall ships, and 
the nearby Oriole Park at Camden Yards create an 
exciting, vibrant holiday atmosphere in a city that boasts 
one of the world's great sea ports. 

ANNAPOLIS 

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

■ Arlington National 
Cemetery 

■ FDR Memorial 

■ Federal Bureau of 
Investigation 

■ Ford's Theatre 

• Frederick Douglass 
Museum 

■ John F. Kennedy Center for 
the Performing Arts 

• Library of Congress 

• Lincoln Memorial 

■ MCI Center 

• National Aquarium 

• National Archives 

■ National Gallery of Art 



■ National Mall 

■ National Zoo 

■ Oriole Park at Camden 
Yards 

■ Pentagon 

■ Smithsonian Institution 

■ Supreme Court of the 
United States 

■ U.S. Capitol 

■ Union Station 

■ Vietnam Veterans 
Memorial 

■ Washington Monument 

■ Washington Nationa 
Cathedral 

■ White House 




Maryland basketball games have become a loud and boisterous experience with 
capacity crowds since Gary Williams took over as head coach for the 1989-90 
season. The Terrapins boast one of the most active and enthusiastic crowds in the 
country, which has helped carry the Maryland program to two Final Four appearance 
the 2002 not ional cham pionship, the 2004 ACC titl e and reco r d-b reaking attend ant 
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The Terrapins' home attendance numbers ranked fifth in the 
nation in each of the last two seasons. After shattering all 
previous records in Comcast Center's first season with an 
overall attendance of 281 ,057 (average of 1 7,566), Mary- 
and eclipsed that mark with 1 6 full sell-outs in 2003-04. 
The Terps' new record for overall attendance (287,200) 
and per game average (1 7,950) gave the Terps their 
second straight fifth-place national finish and a seventh 
consecutive Top 20 ranking. 

After averaging 1 3,377 fans and ranking 20th in the 
country in 1 998, the Terps set a then-school record with a 
1 4,474 average in 1 999 while ranking 1 5th nationally. In 
2002, Cole Field House's final season, Maryland continued 
to draw capacity numbers by averaging 1 4,1 66 fans and 
ranking 1 7th. The Terps drew 1 4,058 fans and ranked 
1 8th 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 five 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 six consecutive seasons. 

Maryland's school-record home attendance average in 
2004 included 1 6 regular season home games played 
before crowds that reached a capacity 1 7,950. Maryland 
played to 100 percent capacity for the entire season in the 
$1 25 million, 1 7,950-seat Comcast Center, after playing to 
98 percent capacity in the arena's inaugural year. 

Maryland has combined to fill its home arena to more than 
95 percent capacity since the 1 993-94 season. 

Over 2.3 million people have watched men's basketball in 
College Park over the last 1 1 seasons as the Terps have 
forged one of the most consistent and animated home 
crowds in the nation. The Terps own a 140-22 home 
record (86.4 winning percentage) in the last 1 1 seasons 
with perfect marks in 2002 (15-0) and 1995 (16-0). 

During Gary Williams' tenure as head coach, the Terps 
have achieved double-digit home victories in 1 4 out of 1 5 
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EASON OUTLOOK 

ACC Champs Look For Continued Success In 2004-05 




As the Maryland basketball team hoisted the 2004 
ACC Championship trophy high overhead in the Greens- 
boro Coliseum last March, all of Terrapin nation en- 
joyed the dividends of months of tremendous hard work, 
spirited determination and difficult lessons learned. The 
statistically youngest team in all of college basketball 
had captured the crown in the nation's most competi- 
tive conference, overcoming the inexperience of youth 
and beginning to tap into its seemingly limitless poten- 
tial. The 2003-04 season was a wild ride filled with 
spirited comebacks and heartbreaking losses, unbeliev- 
able victories and agonizing defeats - and ultimately 
success. 

In one weekend, the Terrapins transformed them- 
selves from a squad teetering on the edge of the NCAA 
Tournament bubble into a No, 4 seed in the national 
tournament. Gary Williams' young group never quit as 
it forged through the nation's No. 2 rated schedule, 
facing what would be 1 6 ranked opponents as the sea- 
son went on. The battle-tested Maryland team became 
only the third squad in the 51 -year history of the At- 
lantic Coast Conference to defeat the top three seeds 
in the league's championship tournament, and captured 
the first ACC tourney title for the school since 1 984. 
The Terps' 21 -point comeback over No. 2 NC State in 
the semifinal round and Maryland's overtime encounter 
that topped No. 1 Duke in the championship game are 
already considered to be among the greatest games in 
ACC Tournament history. Terrapin point guard John 
Gilchrist, then a sophomore, took tournament MVP 
honors after engineering one of the standout ACC Tour- 
nament performances of all time. 

From the stage in Greensboro, Williams and the Ter- 
rapins headed to Denver to make a school-record 1 1th 
consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance. A first 
round victory over UTEP gave the Terps their eighth 
straight 20-win season, also extending a Maryland 
school record. Consistent with their superlative effort 
all season long, the Terrapins nearly erased a 1 B-point 
deficit in the Second Round against defending national 
champion Syracuse. In a matchup of the 2002 and 
2003 NCAA title winners, the determined Terps sim- 
ply ran out of time - but once again exhibited the spirit 
and character that will be used to build toward success 
in 2004-05. 

A new era in Maryland basketball history began with 
a bang in 2003-04, and Williams and the Terrapins are 
now ready to take the next step. Returning nearly the 
entire squad from their 2004 ACC Championship run, 
the Terps look to continue moving onward and upward 
as experience builds and the young team continues to 
develop. As a bonus, Williams and the Terrapins em- 
barked on an extremely successful tour of Italy in Au- 
gust, giving the coaching staff an early preview and the 
chance to tinker with different lineups and combinations. 

"If we continue from where we were, and start from 
where we ended up last season, we have a chance to 
be a good team," said Williams. "The players are work- 
ing hard this offseason. We got to go to Italy this year, 
so we got a little preview before practice actually started, 
and hopefully we can figure out the best way to play. 
We have many players who did a good job for us last 
season." 




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Williams and the Terrapin coaching staff have all 
the pieces in place, and used the trip to Italy to begin 
the season on the right foot, all while experiencing 
the culture of the old country. The Terrapins posted a 
3-2 record on their summer tour, earning wins over 
two elite Italian squads and notching a landslide vic- 
tory over world-renowned Kiev (Ukraine). The Terps' 
average margin of victory was +13.0 points per game 
on the tour, and the Terps averaged 98. 6 points per 
outing. 

In addition to floor general Gilchrist, the Terps re- 
turn every piece of their deep and versatile backcourt. 
The frontcourt, loaded with size and potential, loses 
only Jamar Smith. Smith's inside scoring and rebound- 
ing presence will need to be replaced, but the Terps' 
list of qualified candidates is long. 

Whatever combinations Williams and his staff elect 
to go with, one thing is certain - opponents can ex- 
pect a battle every night, home or away. The determi- 
nation and character of this Terrapin team has been 
proven time and again, and those intangibles could 
make the difference in an Atlantic Coast Conference 
that will be as competitive as ever. 



BREAKDOWN: 
Guard 



The Terrapin backcourt returns in its entirety for 
the 2004-05 campaign, looking to pick up where it 
left off last season. Maryland's guards are athletic 
and versatile, enabling Williams to throw many differ- 
ent looks at the opposition. The Terps have enough 
depth and talent to implement a two or three guard 
lineup on any given night. 

After only one season as a starter, it is more than 
safe to say that Gilchrist has developed his own iden- 
tity as the Terps' point guard. A third team AII-ACC 
selection and the conference's fifth-leading assist man 
(5.0 assists per game), Gilchrist proved himself not 
only as a playmaker, but emerged as the Terps' top 
scorer (15.4 points per game) and one of the league's 
toughest defenders (1 .8 steals per game). Gilchrist's 
inspired ACC Tournament effort included a 24.0 points 
per game scoring average, 6.3 assists, 5.3 rebounds, 
a .634 field goal shooting percentage and an unbe- 
lievable .643 mark from beyond the arc. He has al- 
ready been named to the Preseason John R. Wooden 
Award list and to Dick Vitale's All -Rolls Royce fourth 
team this preseason. 

"John was the MVP of the ACC Tournament, and 
if he can be more consistent with that type of play 
over the course of the season, he can be one of the 
best point guards in the country," said Williams. 

Also coming into his own in 2003-04 was shoot- 
ing guard Chris McCray, who played consistently solid 
defense all season long and began to surge offen- 
sively as the year progressed. One of four Terrapins 
to average double-figure scoring numbers last sea- 
son (1 1 .0 points per game), McCray also contributed 
2.8 assists and 1 .7 steals per game as a sopho- 
more. His improved size and strength will make him 
an even tougher matchup in his junior season. 



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Possibly the most versatile player and diligent de- 
fender on the Maryland squad, sophomore D.J. Straw- 
berry exploded onto the scene as a rookie and earned 
honorable mention ACC all-freshman team honors. In 
addition to his skills as a lock-down defender, Straw- 
berry proved to be a slashing scorer, leading all Terp 
freshmen with a 6.2 points per game average. 

Sharpshooter Mike Jones began to display his po- 
tential as the season progressed, steadily earning play- 
ing time with improved ball-handling and defense. Jones 
poured in a career-high 25 points against UMES dur- 
ing the non-conference portion of the schedule, and 
began to contribute with big-time performances later 
in the season. His 3-pointer from the corner with 33 
seconds remaining in regulation against Duke in the ACC 
title game and his perfect free throw effort in overtime 
helped the Terps to the victory. 

Williams said, "I thought by the end of the year Mike 
was pretty confident out there on the court. He has to 
keep up that confidence, and as he goes into this year, 
he has a chance to be a great shooter." 

Transfer guard Sterling Ledbetter comes to Col- 
lege Park from Allegany Community College, looking to 
spell Gilchrist at the point. The All-Maryland JUCO hon- 
oree, who averaged 13,0 points, 7.1 assists and B.1 
rebounds per game a season ago, hails from the same 
junior college program that produced NBA All-Star 
Steve Francis, national champion Ryan Randle and ACC 
champion Jamar Smith. 



BREAKDOWN: 
Small Forward 

When the Terrapins opt for a "bigger" lineup, Will- 
iams has veteran options at small forward in junior Nik 
Caner-Medley and senior Mike Grinnon. 

Caner-Medley, a two-year starter, returns as the 
Terps' second- leading scorer [12.2 points per game) 
and rebounder (4.7 rebounds per game). The left- 
handed junior has bulked up to 241 pounds, but still 
has the quickness and long-range stroke to pose 
matchup problems for opposing defenses. His added 
size and strength should also earn him minutes at the 
power forward position. 

The only player in Maryland basketball history to have 
captured the ACC and NCAA Championships, and the 
lone scholarship senior on this year's Terrapin squad, 
Mike Grinnon returns at small forward with added size. 
Grinnon, now at 221 pounds with the ability to hit the 
3-pointer, will vie for playing time in his final campaign 
after proving his mettle against Duke in the ACC final. 
Grinnon played a career-high 1 minutes against the 
Blue Devils, guarding Duke's J.J. Redick and nailing a 
pair of free throws to seal the victory. 



BREAKDOWN: 

Power Forward/ Center 

The Terps' frontcourt boasts an incredible mixture 
of size and athleticism, with several talented players 
eager to contribute. Williams and his staff have unprec- 
edented depth at the power forward/center position, 
and can once again utilize several combinations of post 
players to wear down the opposition, 

All -ACC Tournament second team member Travis 
Garrison returns in his junior season as the Terrapins' 




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Travis Garrison 




leading rebounder at 5.2 boards per game. The big 
man continues to add bulk and become more and more 
of an inside presence, complementing his ability to hit 
from the outside. Garrison peaked at the right time in 
2003-04, averaging 12.4 points per game and B.6 
rebounds during the postseason, and experienced con- 
tinued success on the Terps' Italian trip with averages 
of 1 6.4 points and 1 1 .0 rebounds across the five game 
tour. 

"Travis really played well down the stretch," said Wil- 
liams. "He has always been able to shoot, but he proved 
to himself as much as anyone that he can also be a 
power player to go along with the shooting." 

One of the Terrapins' most talented athletes, for- 
ward Ekene Ibekwe began to show his tremendous 
upside last season and will continue to make his mark 
in 2004-05. The long, lean power player has augmented 
his strength in the offseason and an improved jumpshot 
will complement his tremendous finishing, rebounding 
and shot-blocking abilities. With 44 rejections as a rookie 
(1 .4 per game), Ibekwe became the first freshman to 
lead the Terrapins in blocked shots since Joe Smith in 
1994. 

"Ekene's upside is unlimited because he's 6-9, he's 
quick and he's got great timing," said Williams. "With 
Ekene, a lot is going to be determined by how well he 
shoots the basketball, and how much stronger he gets 
between his freshman and sophomore year." 

Six-foot-ten, 2B0-pound Hassan Fofana returns 
for the Terrapins as one of the most physically impos- 
ing players in the league. Only in his fifth season of 
organized basketball, Fofana's experience and offseason 
workouts have contributed greatly to his continued 
development. Already a matchup problem due to his 
size, Fofana will contribute more and more as he re- 
fines his skills. 

Center Will Bowers, a 7-1 sophomore, has also put 
forth a superior offseason effort and will vie for playing 
time inside. The big man boasts an excellent shooter's 
touch for a player his size and earned starts in four 
games during the Terps' Italian Tour. 

Maryland's unsung hero, walk-on forward Darien 
Henry, will continue to help the Terrapins in practice 
and make the most of his playing minutes. In 1 8 career 
games, Henry, who is now a senior, maintains a .500 
field goal percentage. 

The Terrapins' only true freshman roster addition, 
James Gist from nearby Good Counsel High School, 
joins the frontcourt this season looking to be an imme- 
diate contributor. Gist is a long, lean player who is quick 
for his size and is an excellent shooter. He is a dynamic 
finisher and shotblocker, and has been working to add 
strength in the offseason. 

The Schedule 

The Maryland men's basketball team opens what will 
be a challenging 2004-05 schedule when it plays host 
to Jackson State out of the Southwest Conference on 
Friday, Nov. 1 9 at Comcast Center, The 2004 ACC 
Champions welcome the Tigers as part of a slate that 
features 1 6 regular-season games and two exhibitions 
to be played at their state-of-the-art home arena - a 
site where the Terps averaged a school-record 1 7,950 
fans per game last season and finished fifth in the na- 
tion in home attendance for the second-straight year. 

The Terps' season-opening matchup will be broad- 
cast live on Comcast SportsNet at B p.m. For the 
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least 1 1 games that will air nationally on CBS, ESPN, 
ESPN2 or FOX Sports Net. 

"Our schedule allows us to play some of the top teams 
in the country, and it should be highly rated, just like 
last season," said Williams, whose Terps played the 
second-toughest schedule of 2003-04 according to 
the end-of-year RPI report. "We're looking forward to 
playing and being competitive with the top teams in our 
conference and in the country." 

The Terps will tune up with a pair of early-November 
exhibition games at home, taking on NCAA Division II 
power Bryant College (Rhode Island] on Nov. 5, and 
facing two-time defending Canadian national champion 
Carleton University on Nov. 13. 

After rounding out their season-opening homestand 
with Mercer on Nov. 25, the Terrapins hit the road to 
take on head coach John Calipari and the No. 23 Mem- 
phis Tigers in the Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off Clas- 
sic in Springfield, Mass. The Terps-Tgers clash on Nov. 
2B (9 p.m., ESPN2) is the first of several marquee 
non-conference matchups for the Terps in the upcom- 
ing season. 

From there, the Terrapins play their first true road 
game of the year when they travel to Wsconsin's Kohl 
Center as part of the annual ACC/Big Ten Challenge. 
The Terps face the preseason No. 20 Badgers for the 
fourth time in five seasons on Tues., Nov. 30, on ESPN2 
at 9:30 p.m. Maryland posted a 73-67 overtime vic- 
tory over Wisconsin at Comcast Center in last year's 
ACC/Big Ten Challenge. 

Maryland opens play in the ninth-annual BBST Clas- 
sic when the Terps face George Mason on Saturday, 
Dec. 4, at 1 p.m. at MCI Center. Preseason No. 10 
Michigan State joins local squads George Washington, 
GMU and the Terps in the annual event to benefit the 
Washington, D.C., Children's Charities Foundation. The 
consolation and championship games are slated for Sun- 
day, Dec. 5, at 12:30 p.m. and 3 p.m., respectively. 

The Terrapins return home for a five-game Decem- 
ber homestand, beginning with a meeting against UNC 
Asheville (Dec. 1 2). After opening their ACC schedule 
against Florida State at Comcast Center on Dec. 1 9 
[6 p.m., FDX Sports Net) and taking on local team 
American University on Dec. 23, the Terps then face 
2004 NCAA Tournament participant Liberty (Dec. 28) 
and in-state squad Mount St. Mary's (Jan. 4) after a 
break for the holiday. 

ACC play continues with road games at North Caro- 
lina (Jan. B, Noon, ESPN) and Wake Forest (Jan. 11,9 
p.m., Raycom/Jefferson Pilot) - both teams that have 
been ranked No. 1 in preseason polls. 

Before finishing the bulk of the conference sched- 
ule, John Chaney's Temple Owls visit Comcast Center 
on Saturday, Jan. 15 (2 p.m., ESPN2) to mark the 
Terps' final non-league game of the regular-season. 
The Terps and Owls - along with their legendary coaches 
- clash for the first time since 2001 . 




Skene Ibekwe 



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The 2003-04 ACC was rated by far the strongest 
conference in the NCAA Divison I RPI report, and with 
seven teams making preseason Top 30 polls, the Ter- 
rapins will certainly face daunting challenges as league 
play rolls on in January, February and March. Key 
matchups for the Terps include their annual showdowns 
with preseason No. 1 2 Duke (Jan. 2B at Cameron In- 
door Stadium, ESPN; Feb. 12 at Comcast Center, 
ESPN), national finalist Georgia Tech (Jan. 30 at 
Comcast Center, FOX Sports Net) and regional rival 
Virginia (Jan. 1 9 at Comcast Center, RJ Split; Feb. 1 9 
at University Hall, CBS). Maryland's home matchup with 
preseason No. 19 NC State on Jan. 23 (6:00 p.m., 
FOX Sports Net) is the second part of a UM-NC State 
doubleheader, following a contest in which the Terrapin 
women take on the Wolfpack at 1 p.m. at Comcast 
Center. 

The Terrapins face both of the ACC's latest addi- 
tions in 2004-05, traveling to Miami on Feb. 5, and 
engaging in a home-and-away series with Virginia Tech. 
The Terps play host to the Hokies on Feb. B at Comcast 
Center, and visit Blacksburg, Va., in their regular-sea- 
son finale on March 5. 

In all, the Terrapins could play 18 regular season 
games against teams that participated in postseason 
tournaments in 2003-04 (NCAA - Memphis, Wiscon- 
sin, Michigan State, Liberty, North Carolina, Wake For- 
est, NC State, Duke and Georgia Tech; NIT - George 
Mason, George Washington, Florida State, Temple, Vir- 
ginia). The Terps are scheduled to play 1 1 contests 
against teams ranked in the USA Today/ESPN coaches' 
poll. 

The ACC Tournament comes to the Washington, 
D.C., area for only the fourth time in its 52-year his- 
tory as it will be held at MCI Center, March 10-13. 
The league championship tourney was previously held 
at the Capital Centre Landover, Md., in 1976, 1981 
and 1 987. The Terrapins will attempt to earn a bid to a 
12th-consecutive NCAA Tournament, which begins 
March 17 at First and Second Round sites. 

The Next Step 

The 2004-05 Terrapins are still a somewhat youth- 
ful squad, but the experience gained last season coupled 
with added depth at each position should pay off for a 
team and a coach hungry to build upon the success 
attained in 2003-04. In fact, early preseason rankings 
have tabbed the Terps as one of the nation's Top 1 5 
teams, citing Maryland as the No. 7 team in the nation 
on one list. 

"I feel really good because we could have quit a couple 
times during the season last year, and a lot of people 
wrote us off about making the NCAA Tournament," 
said Williams. "Each team decides what type of team 
they want to be each year, and I know if we play hard, 
we're talented enough to beat good teams. You don't 
always have to play perfectly to win, but if you play hard 
you can win close games. Hopefully this team learned 
how to do that." 



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2004-05 Maryland Men's Basketball Roster 
Alphabetical 



No. 


Name 


Pos, 


Ht. 


tvt. 


CI. -Exp. 


Hometown (High School/Previous School) 


31 


Will Bowers 


C 


7-1 


248 


So.-W 


Hanover, Md. (Archbishoo Spaldinq) 


22 


Nik Caner-Medlev 


F 


B-B 


241 


Jr.-2V 


Portland, Maine (Deerinq) 


44 


Hassan Fofana 


F/C 


6-10 


280 


So.-1V 


Weston, Mass. [Holy Name/Harqrave Military (Va.) 


4 


Travis Garrison 


F 


6-8 


238 


Jr.-2V 


Suitland, Md. (DeMatha) 


11 


John Gilchrist 


G 


6-3 


194 


Jr.-2V 


Virqinia Beach, Va. (Salem) 


15 


James Gist 


F 


6-8 


215 


Fr.-H.S. 


Silver Sprinq, Md. (Good Counsel) 


21 


Mike Grinnon 


F 


6-6 


221 


Sr.-3V 


Huntinqton, N.Y. (St. Dominic) 


20 


Darien Henry 


F 


6-6 


208 


Sr.-2V 


Roxburv, N.J. (Seton Hall Prep) 


25 


Ekene Ibekwe 


F 


6-9 


210 


So.-1V 


Carson, Calif. (Carson) 


23 


Mike Jones 


G 


6-5 


200 


So.-1V 


Dorchester, Mass. (Thaver Academv) 


12 


Sterlinq Ledbetter 


G 


6-4 


185 


Jr.-J.C. 


Laurel, Md. (Laurel/Alleqany C.C.l 


13 


Chris McCrav 


G 


6-5 


195 


Jr.-2V 


Capitol Heiqhts, Md. (Fairmont Heiqhts) 


5 


D.J. Strawberry 


G 


6-5 


190 


So.-1V 


Corona, Calif. (Mater Dei) 


Numerical 

No. Name 


Pos. 


Ht. 


IVt. 


C/.-Exp, 


Hometown (High School/Previous School) 


4 


Travis Garrison 


F 


6-8 


238 


Jr.-2V 


Suitland, Md. (DeMatha) 


5 


D.J. Strawberry 


G 


6-5 


190 


So.-1V 


Corona, Calif. (Mater Dei) 


11 


John Gilchrist 


G 


6-3 


194 


Jr.-2V 


Virqinia Beach, Va. (Salem) 


12 


Sterlinq Ledbetter 


G 


6-4 


185 


Jr.-J.C. 


Laurel, Md, (Laurel/Alleqanv CO 


13 


Chris McCrav 


G 


6-5 


195 


Jr.-2V 


Capitol Heiqhts, Md. (Fairmont Heiqhts) 


15 


James Gist 


F 


6-8 


215 


Fr.-H.S. 


Silver Sprinq, Md. (Good Counsel) 


2D 


Darien Henry 


F 


6-6 


208 


Sr.-2V 


Roxburv, N.J. (Seton Hall Prep) 


21 


Mike Grinnon 


F 


6-6 


221 


Sr.-3V 


Huntinqton, N.Y. (St. Dominic) 


22 


Nik Caner-Medlev 


F 


6-8 


241 


Jr.-2V 


Portland, Maine (Deerinq) 


23 


Mike Jones 


G 


6-5 


200 


So.-1V 


Dorchester, Mass. (Thaver Academv) 


25 


Ekene Ibekwe 


F 


6-9 


210 


So.-1V 


Carson, Calif. (Carson) 



Pronunciation 
Guide 

James Gist: 

hard "G", rhymes with fist 
Nik Caner-Medley: 
NIK KAY-nur MED-lee 
Hassan Fofana: 
huh-SAHN fo-FAH-nuh 
Ekene Ibekwe: 
uh-KEN-av ih-BECK-way 



31 Will Bowers C 7-1 24B So.-1V Hanover, Md. (Arch bish op Spa ldinq) 

44 Hassan Fofana F/C 6-10 280 So.-1V Weston, Mass. (Holy Name/Harqrave Military (Va.) 

Head Coach: Gary Williams, 1 6th Year at Maryland (Maryland '681 

Senior Associate Head Coach: Dave Dickerson, 9th Year at Maryland (Maryland '90) 

Assistant Coach: Mike Lonergan, 1 st Year at Maryland (Catholic '881 

Assistant Coach: Keith Booth, 1st Year at Maryland (Maryland '031 

Director of Basketball Operations: Troy Wainwright, 9th Year at Maryland (UMUC '04) 

Graduate Assistant: Andrew Novick, 2nd Year at Maryland (Chicago '99) 




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Players Returning/Lost 



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Terps By Height 



Letter winners Returning (11) 

No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. 


CI. 


31 Will Bowers 


C 


7-1 


248 


So. 


22 Nik Caner-Medley 


F 


B-B 


241 


Jr. 


44 Hassan Fofana 


F/C 


6-10 


2B0 


So. 


4 Travis Garrison 


F 


B-B 


23B 


Jr. 


1 1 John Gilchrist 


G 


6-3 


194 


Jr. 


21 Mike Grinnon 


F 


B-B 


221 


Sr. 


20 Darien Henry 


F 


B-B 


20B 


Sr. 


25 Ekene Ibekwe 


F 


6-9 


210 


So. 


23 Mike Jones 


G 


6-5 


200 


So. 


13 Chris McCray 


G 


6-5 


195 


Jr. 


5 D.J. Strawberry 


G 


6-5 


190 


So. 


Letterwinners Lost (1) 

No. Name Pos. Ht. 


Wt. 


CI. 


1 Jamar Smith 


F/C 


6-9 


239 


Sr. 


Newcomers (2) 

No. Name 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


CI. 


1 5 James Gist 


F 


B-B 


215 


Fr. 


1 2 Sterlinq Ledbetter 


G 


6-4 


1B5 


Jr. 


Terps By Class 

Freshmen (1) 

No. Name Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


CI. 


1 5 James Gist 


F 


B-B 


215 


Fr. 


Sophomores (5) 

No. Name Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


CI. 


31 Will Bowers 


C 


7-1 


24B 


So. 


44 Hassan Fofana 


F/C 


6-10 


2B0 


So. 


25 Ekene Ibekwe 


F 


6-9 


210 


So. 


23 Mike Jones 


G 


6-5 


200 


So. 


5 D.J. Strawberry 


G 


6-5 


190 


So. 


Juniors (5) 

No. Name 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


CI. 


22 Nik Caner-Medlev 


F 


6-6 


241 


Jr. 


4 Travis Garrison 


F 


5-B 


23B 


Jr. 


1 1 John Gilchrist 


G 


6-3 


194 


Jr. 


1 2 Sterlinq Ledbetter 


G 


6-4 


1B5 


Jr. 


13 Chris McCray 


G 


6-5 


195 


Jr. 


Seniors (2) 

No. Name 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


CI. 


21 Mike Grinnon 


F 


B-B 


22' 


Sr. 


20 Darien Henry 


F 


6-6 


20B 


Sr. 



7-1 
7-0 
6-11 

6-10 
6-9 

'6-8 
6-7 
6-6 
6-5 

'6-4 
6-3 
6-2 

'6-1 
6-0 



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Hassan Fofana 

Ekene Ibekwe 

Nik Caner-Medley, Travis Garrison, James Gist 

Mike Grinnon, Darien Henry 

Mike Jones, Chris McCray, D.J. Strawberry 

Sterling Ledbetter 

John Gilchrist 



Terps By State 

California (2) 



25 Ekene Ibekwe 


So. 


Carson, Calif. (Carson) 


5 D.J. Strawberry 


So. 


Corona, Calif. (Mater Dei) 


Maine (1) 

22 Nik Caner-Medley 


Jr. 


Portland, Maine (Deerinq) 


Maryland (5) 

31 Will Bowers 


So. 


Hanover, Md. (Archbishop Spaldinq) 


4 Travis Garrison 


Jr. 


Suitland, Md. (DeMatha) 


1 5 James Gist 


Fr. 


Silver Sprinq, Md. (Good Counsel) 


1 2 Sterlinq Ledbetter 


Jr. 


Laurel, Md. (Laurel) 


1 2 Chris McCray 


Jr. 


Capitol Heiqhts, Md. [Fairmont Heiqhts) 


Massachusetts (2) 

44 Hassan Fofana So. 


Weston, Mass. (Holy Name) 


23 Mike Jones 


So. 


Dorchester, Mass. (Thayer Academy) 


New Jersey (1) 

20 Darien Henry 


Sr. 


Roxbury, N.J. (Seton Hall Prep) 


New York (1) 

21 Mike Grinnon 


Sr. 


Huntinqton, N.Y. (St. Dominic) 


Virginia (1) 

1 1 John Gilchrist 


Jr. 


Virginia Beach, Va. (Salem) 



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Terps At A Glance 



• Last March, head coach Gary Williams led his Terrapins to the 2004 ACC Tour- 
nament championship, giving Maryland its first ACC title since 1 984. The Terra- 
pins became one of only three teams in ACC Tournament history to knock off the 
top three seeds when they downed No. 3 Wake Forest (87-86), No. 2 NC State 
(85-82) and No. 1 Duke (95-87 (ot) en route to an automatic bid and No. 4 seed 
in the NCAA Tournament. The Terps reached the Second Round and finished the 
season with a 20-1 2 record. 

• The Terrapins return 1 1 letterwinners and four starters from what was statisti- 
cally the youngest team in the nation in 2003-04. ACC Tournament MVP John 
Gilchrist, who led the Terps in scoring, assists and steals a season ago, has been 
named to the preseason Wooden Award Watch List and Dick Vitale's All Rolls 
Royce Team. Sharpshooter and tenacious defender Chris McCray returns to 
round out one of the nation's top backcourts, while versatile Nik Caner-Medley 
and powerful big man Travis Garrison return in the post. All four of the Terps 
returning starters put forth standout performances as the Terps took a 1 2-day 
tour of Italy in August. 

• The Terrapins, who finished the 2003-04 season ranked No. 1 9/24 in the polls, 
have earned preseason rankings spanning from 7th to 20th in the nation. 



National Prominence 



• The 2004-05 Terrapins will look to continue a school-record by earning a berth in 
the 2005 NCAA Tournament. Maryland is currently riding a streak of 1 1 straight 
NCAA appearances since 1 994, including seven trips to the Sweet Sixteen dur- 
ing that time span, Final Four appearances in 2001 and 2002, and the 2002 
national title. 

• Maryland is one of only five Division I basketball programs that has appeared in 
the last 1 1 NCAA Tournaments. Arizona, Cincinnati, Kansas and Kentucky are 
the others. 

• Maryland finished the 2004 season ranked 19th in the AP Poll, marking the 
Terps' eighth-straight Top 25 finish. The Terps have been ranked in the AP and 
USA Today/ESPN Top 25 consistently since 1 994-95. 

Study Tabs Terps Among Elite 

• An academic study by the Leisure Intelligence Group (LIG) released on March 3, 
2004, tabbed the University of Maryland men's basketball program among the 
five most successful and popular teams in NCAA Division I. 

• UG, using ESPN sports poll data measuring fan interest, loyalty and behavior 
relevant to basketball "brands," found that the top five Division I programs in 
terms of national pppularity are Duke, North Carolina, Kentucky, UCLA and Mary- 
land. The study indicates that history, tradition and past successes are primary 
influences of fan interest. 

■ According to the study, conducted by LIG founder and University of Michigan 
professor Richard Luker, the Atlantic Coast Conference holds the highest mea- 
surable level of national fan interest and competitiveness of any league in NCAA 
Division I basketball - the results of the study found that the ACC's popularity 
should not change with expansion. 

• The ACC was the nation's highest rated league throughout the 2003-04 season 
according to the RPI report, with five teams ranked in the final Top 25 and seven 
that appeared in the polls over the course of the year. ACC teams posted a 91 - 
16 (.850) record against non-conference opponents in 2003-04, including a 7-2 
record in winning the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. 



20-Win Seasons 



• The Terrapins will look to extend an active school-record streak of 20-win sea- 
sons to nine in 2004-05. The Terps have established a streak of eight 20-win 
seasons since 1 997, a further testament to the Terps' successful consistency 
under Wlliams. 

• Maryland broke a five-season string of 20-win seasons in 2001 -02 with its sixth- 
straight season of as many victories. The Terps had won at least 20 games from 
197 1-72 to 1975-76. 



Year 


Record 


NCAA Appearance 


"335-97 


21-11 


NCAA First Round 


1997-98 


21-11 


NCAA Sweet Sixteen 


1998-99 


23-5 


NCAA Sweet Sixteen 


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 


2003-04 


20-12 


NCAA Second Round 



Terps On TV 



For the third consecutive season and the third time in school history, all of 
Maryland's 27 regular-season games are scheduled to be aired on live television. 
The Terps' 2004-05 broadcast slate includes 1 1 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 on February 17, 2003, every game 
during the Terps' last two seasons were aired live. 

Maryland's matchup with Syracuse marked only the third time in NCAA Tourna- 
ment history, and the first time since 1 995, that the previous two national cham- 
pions faced each other. That game, which shared the same broadcast window 
with St. Joseph's vs. Texas Tech and Stanford vs. Alabama, rated as the sixth 
most-watched broadcast of the entire 2004 NCAA Tournament, and rated as 
the third most-watched broadcast not including the three Final Four games. More 
than nine million households were tuned in during that broadcast window. 

Maryland's victory over Duke in the 2004 ACC Tournament title game was the 
most-watched basketball game during "Championship Week" on ESPN. During 
that week, ESPN and ESPN2 combined to air 56 total games, and the Maryland- 
Duke game rated No. 1 . 

Three of Maryland's games ranked in the Top 1 of all of ESPN's college basket- 
ball regular-season broadcasts, with two of those contests being played at Comcast 
Center. The Terps' Jan. 21 clash with Duke was No. 3 on the year, while North 
Carolina's trip to Comcast Center on Jan. 1 4 ranked eighth. The Terps victory at 
No. 1 Florida on Dec. 2 was No. 9 among regular season ESPN broadcasts. 

The Terps' rivalry with Duke continues to make for popular viewing, as more than 
six million total households combined to watch the three matchups in 2003-04. 





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PRESEASON HONORS 



Returning 1 1 letterwinners and four starters from a 
young, energetic team that captured the 2004 ACC 
title, the Terrapins have been cited by 
several preseason publications as a "team 
to watch." The Terps' talent and poten- 
tial for success is widely recognized by 
the national media, as evidenced by the 
accolades Maryland's players and coach- 
ing staff have earned before the team has 
even taken the court. 

The ACC, which finished far-and-away as 
the nation's top conference in the 2003- 
04 RPI report, looks to be just as danger- 
ous this year with as many as five Top 1 
teams in some preseason rankings, six in 
the Top 1 5 and seven or eight in the Top 
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National 




Preseason 


Rankings 


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Dick Vitale, ESPN 


10th 


SLAM Magazine 


11th 


Andy Katz, ESPN 


14th 


ACC Handbook 


14th 


Sporting News 


15th 


Lindy's 


16th 


Blue Ribbon 


19th 


Street & Smith's 


20th 


Basketball News 


20th 


ACC Preseason 


Rankings 


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Lindy's 


4th 


Sporting News 


5th 


ACC Handbook 


6th 


Street & Smith's 


6th 


Athlon 


6th 


Basketball News 


6th 




Preseason Honors 

Team 

No. 4 backcourt in the nation, Sporting News 

No. B backcourt in the nation, Lindy's 

No. 20 frontcourt in the nation, Sporting News 

Nik Caner-Medley 

No. 1 6 small forward in the nation, Lindy's 

No. 1 9 small forward in the nation, Sporting News 

Travis Garrison 

No. 2 ACC Player on the Rise, Sporting News 
Top 1 Breakout Player, Basketball News 

John Gilchrist 

Preseason All-American S Watch List, 

John R. Wooden Award 
Second Team All-American, Street & Smith's 
Honorable Mention All-American, Athlon 
First Team AII-ACC, Sporting News 
First Team AII-ACC, Street & Smith's 
Second Team AII-ACC, ACC Handbook 
Second Team AII-ACC, Athlon 
Fourth Team All-Rolls Royce, Dick Vitale 
No. 6 point guard in the nation, Sporting News 
No. 10 point guard in the nation, Lindy's 
No. 10 Floor Leader, Athlon 
ACC's Top Playmaker, Lindy's 

James Gist 

All-East Freshman Team, Street S Smith's 

Chris McCray 

ACC's Most Underrated Player, Sporting News 

D.I. Strawberry 

Sensational Sophomore, Lindy's 

Dave Dickerson 

National Top 1 Assistant Coach, Athlon 



What They're Saying About Terrapin Basketball. 



"Coach Gary Williams' team really matured in tne ACC 
tournament last season, and that momentum should 
carry over into a big season. Gilchrist is a PTPer in 
the backcourt, and this team should enjoy a super 
season." - Dick Vitale, ESPN 

"The Terps emerged as one of the toughest teams 
in the country during March and shouldn't be taken 
lightly in the preseason." - Andy Katz, ESPN 

"Gary Williams will work his magic - he always does - 
and the Terps will dance in March." - Lindy's 



"Last year was supposed to be a rebuilding year for 
Gary Wlliams and his youthful Terps. While the team 
did finish the ACC regular season at 7-9, they grew up 
quickly with Williams' first ACC Tournament champion- 
ship, beating the number three, two and one seeds on 
consecutive days... Look for Maryland to battle near 
the top of the standings pnce again." - Mike Eminski, 
ACC Handbook 

"These turtles are still young, but as long as John 
Gilchrist and Nik Caner-Medley are still around, they 
will be dangerous ... Woe to team that meets Maryland 
in the Tourney." - SLAM Magazine 



"If [ACC] tournament MVP John Gilchrist and 
backcourt partner Chris McCray, who's the most 
underrated player in the league, can merely stay at 
the same level they reached in Greensboro, N.C., 
they will rank as one of the top guard tandems in the 
country." - Sporting News 

"Coach Wlliams will use last year's loss in the [NCAA! 
second round to Syracuse as fuel to motivate his 
guys. These Terps gained valuable experience last 
year, which should bring back chants of 'Fear the 
Turtle.'" - ACC Handbook 



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Assistant Coach Keith Booth -3 1 


Dir. of Operations Trov Wainwriqht 48 1 


Graduate Assistant Andrew Novick 49 1 


Athletic Trainer J.J. Bush 49 1 
Strenqth Coach Crsiq Fitzgerald 49 1 
Video Coordinator Pat Shannon 50 1 


Admin. Assistant Geo Lono-Thomas 50 1 


Admin. Assistant Carole Bucco 50 1 


Asst. Equip. Manaqer Mike Cefaratti 50 1 


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Since returning to the College Perk campus in 1989, Gary Williams (Maryland 
'68) has led his alma mater's basketball program from a period of troubled times to 
an era of national prominence. With 1 1 straight NCAA tournament berths, seven 
Sweet Sixteen 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 what is now more than a decade of domi- 
nance in college basketball's most storied and competitive conference. 

During the 2003-04 season, with the youngest Maryland team in a decade, 
Williams focused on teaching and guided the Terps to success with one of his most 
brilliant coaching performances ever. Challenges were met and overcome every day 
on the practice floor and every night on the sideline. The result: an 1 1th consecutive 
NCAA berth, an eighth-straight 20-win season and the first ACC Tournament title 
for the Terrapins in 20 years. Wlliams recorded the 300th victory at his alma 
mater, and knocked off a top-ranked team for the third straight year - the Terps' 
victory at No. 1 Florida on Dec. 10 gave Williams his sixth career win over a top- 
ranked squad, the most of any active coach in America. With an overall record of 
522-293, he is the 1 Bth-winningest active coach in NCAA Division I. 

Williams, heralded as the national coach of the year during the Terps' 2002 cham- 
pionship run, is one of just 1 active coaches in America to boast a national title and 
one of only two in the conference. 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 re- 
sulted in packed arenas. After demolishing attendance records with sellout crowds 
during the final years of Maryland basketball at Cole Field House, Williams' Terps 
have finished fifth in the nation in the last two seasons in terms of home attendance. 
The Terrapins played in front of 287,200 fans in the second season at their new 
home in 2003-04, averaging 17,950 fans per game and selling out all 16 home 
contests. 

' In September, Williams joined Washington Redskins great Darrell Green and 
Washington Sports and Entertainment Chairman and CEO Abe Pollin as the 
inaugural inductees into the new Greater Washington Sports Hail of Champi- 
ons. 

• In June of 2005, Williams will be inducted into the University of Maryland's 

Alumni Hall of Fame, receiving the university's highest alumni honor. Williams 
was inducted into the Terps' Sports Hal) of Fame in 1999. 

• Williams is one of only five coaches in NCAA Division I to have led his team to 

each of the past 1 1 NCAA Tournaments. He is one of just six coaches to 
reach the NCAA Sweet Sixteen in seven of the last 11 years [1994 to 
20041 He joins Lute Olson and Tubby Smith as the only NCAA champion 
coaches on both lists. 
> In guiding his 2004 Terrapins to the ACC Tournament title, Williams became 
the third coach in league history to lead his team to victory over the top three 
seeds: No. 3 Wake Forest, No. 2 NO State and No. 1 Duke. By overcoming 
a 21 -point first half deficit against the Wolfpack, Williams engineered the 
greatest comeback in the 51 -year history of the ACC Tournament. 

• He is one of six college basketball coaches since 1 9B0 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 only three active coaches in America, and just 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 1984. 



Coaches Guiding Their Alma 
Maters To National Championships 

Phog Allen, Kansas . 1952 _ 



Jim Boeheim, Syracuse 


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Bud Foster, Wisconsin 


1941 


Howard Hobson, Oreqon 


1939 


Bd Jucker, Cincinnati 


1961,1962 


Branch McCracken, Indiana 


1940, 1953 


Vadal Peterson, Utah 


1944 


Norm Sloan. NC State 


1974 


Fred Taylor, Ohio State 


• 1960 


Gary Williams, Maryland 


2002 



Coaches Guiding Their 
Alma Maters To The 
Final Four Since 1980 

Jim Boeheim, Syracuse 19B7, 1996, 5003 



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Guy Lewis. Houston 



Eddie Sutton, Oklahoma State 



Gary Williams, Maryland 



Richard Williams, Mississippi State 



• A winner of nearly 70 percent of his NCAA Tournament games while at Mary- 

land, he ranks ninth among active coaches in NCAA Tournament winning 
percentage overall (26-13, .667J, and 10th in wins 12.61 

• With a victory over No. 1 Florida in Gainesville on Dec. 10, 2003, he is the 

winningest coach in the nation against top-ranked opponents IS). 

• With his 500th win at NC State on March 2, 2003, the 1 968 Maryland grad 

became the sixth ACC alumnus in conference history to amass as many as 
500 coaching victories. 

• With 315 wins as Maryland's head coach, Williams is only the sixth mentor in 

Atlantic Coast Conference history to pass the 300-victory milestone. 

National Prominence 

For Williams, now in his 1 Bth season, the accomplishments of the past 1 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 and ACC cham- 
pionship mentor is himself a Maryland alum, who found glory for a program whose 
history is filled with a myriad of some of the most prominent names in college basket- 
ball annals: Shue, Lucas, Elmore, McMillen, Albert King, Bias, Buck Williams and 
Walt Williams. 

Guiding his Maryland team to the 2004 ACC title remains a poignant source of 
pride for Williams and all of the Terrapin faithful. Coaching the most youth-filled team 
in college basketball to an incredible weekend of success, in a year where the ACC 
was rated the nation's most competitive conference, is not an accomplishment soon 
to be forgotten by Maryland's fans or the coach himself. The weekend featured 
three hard-fought, instant-classic contests. In the end, the Terrapins emerged victo- 
rious, with their first tournament title since 1 984 and only the third in the storied 
history of the Maryland program. In only three days - three days that were the result 
of a season's worth of determination, diligence and lessons learned - the Terps were 
transformed from a team teetering on the edge of the NCAA bubble to a No. 4 seed 
in the national tournament. 

The excitement of the 2004 ACC Tournament conjured images of the Terrapins' 
NCAA title run only two years earlier. Williams followed a remarkable 2001 Final 
Four season by compiling 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 1 980, 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 national awards, including 
the Victor Award and the New York Athletic Club's Wnged Foot Award as the coach 
of the national champions. 

Capping his personal ascent to college basketball's highest pinnacle, Williams added 
author to his resume in summer 2002 by completing an autobiography entitled 
Sweet Redemption, with award-winning journalist David Vise. The book captures the 
essence of Williams' arrival at Maryland, the Terps' re-building efforts, their return 
to the NCAA Tournament in 1 994 and their tournament climb ever since. 

The rise of the Maryland program has run parallel with Williams' ascent among the 
most notable in the collegiate coaching fraternity. Williams is one of only five coaches 
to boast a string of 1 1 consecutive trips to the NCAA Tournament, and one of six 
to reach the NCAA's Sweet Sixteen in seven of the last 1 1 years. 

As the Maryland coach, Williams has produced more than 20 wins in nine of his 
last 10 seasons, and a school-record eight straight. Wlliams' 15 career 20-win 
seasons ties him for 1 1th among active coaches. 

Williams, 31 5-1 65 at Maryland, boasts a 522-293 over- 
all record including four years at American (1 979-82), four 
at Boston College (1983-86) and three at Ohio State 
(1 987-89). In 26 seasons as a Division I head coach, Will- 
iams has coached in 1 4 NCAA Tournaments and guided 
nine different teams to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen. One of 
26 coaches ever to take three different schools to the 
NCAA Tournament, Williams has guided teams to the NIT 
or NCAA Tournament at each of his four coaching stops. 
During his run of 1 1 straight NCAA tournaments at 
Maryland, he has forged his way to becoming the winningest 
NCAA Tournament coach in Maryland history with 22 wins 
and 10 losses - nearly 70 percent. He boasts a 26-13 
NCAA Tournament record overall, and has carried Mary- 
land to the Sweet Sixteen in five of the past seven years. 



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Williams is one of four 500-win coaches who now 
engineer the programs at their respective alma mat- 
ers [Lou Henson, New Mexico State; Eddie Sutton, Okla- 
homa 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, 
Boeheim and Sutton making multiple showings with their 
alma maters. 

In 2001 , Williams became just 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 mentor 
ever to guide his alma mater to consecutive Final Fours, 
and the first since Houston's Guy Lewis in 1 982, 1 983 
and 1984. 

A former Terrapin point guard, Williams was a starter 
under coach Bud Millikan during the 1965, 1966 and 
1967 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 1 966 
national championship game conducted at Maryland's 
legendary Cole Field House, between Texas Western 
and Kentucky. 

The former student-athlete is also noted as one of 
just eight former ACC basketball players ever to re- 
turn to the league as a head coach. On March 2, 2003, 
Williams became the sixth ACC alum to win at least 
500 games as Drew Nicholas nailed a buzzer-beating 
3-pointer to down NO State, 68-65. With 31 5 wins as 
Maryland's head coach, Williams is only the sixth ACC 
coach to reach the 300 milestone. With 132 career 
ACC victories as Maryland's coach, he needs only three 
ACC wins to surpass Georgia Tech's Bobby Cremins 
(1981-2000) as the fourth-winningest ACC coach in 
terms of conference victories. 

Williams Era 

Inducted into the University of Maryland Hall of Fame 
in 1 999, Williams has placed his alma mater's program 
back among the elite in the always-competitive Atlantic 
Coast Conference. The Terps have become synonymous 
with Duke and North Carolina among the league's most 
dominant programs, and nationally have become a fix- 
ture among weekly polls - 70 consecutive weeks in the 
USA Today/ESPN Top 25 at the conclusion of the 2002- 
03 season and 77 consecutive appearances in the AP 
Top 25. 

Another success story during the Williams Era at 
Maryland was the coveted home court win streak over 
non-conference foes, which spanned more than 12 
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. 12, 1989 vs. Coppin 
State. The Terps went undefeated against non-confer- 
ence 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. 14 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 
prominence unmatched during the first century of the 
program - and unmatched by the vast majority of pro- 
grams nationwide. Included among the many superior 



The Gary Williams 

Year-By-Year Head Coaching 



File 



Year 



Overall 
School W L Pet. 



Record 

Conference 
IV L Pet. Finish 



1 97B-79 American 



14 



.519 



4 .636 4th 



NCAA Tournament Participation 



1 979-BD American 



13 14 .481 



6 .455 5th 



1980-81 American 



24 



.800 



11 



1.000 1st 



1981-82 American 



21 



9 .700 



8 



.727 3rd 



1982-83 Boston Coll. 25 



.781 



1 5 4 .750 T-1 st NCAA West Region Semifinals 11 -1 ] 



1983-84 Boston Coll. 



18 12 .800 



8 



8 .500 4th 



19B4-B5 Boston Coll. 20 11 .645 



19B5-BB Boston Coll. 13 15 .464 



9 .438 Bth NCAA Midwest Region Semifinals [2-1] 



12 .250 7th 



1 9B6-B7 Ohio State 



20 



.606 



1987-88 Ohio State 



20 13 .808 



9 9 .500 Bth NCAA Southeast Region Second Round 11-1) 



.500 Bth 



1988-89 Ohio State 



19 15 .559 



12 .333 Bth 



1 9B9-90 Maryland 



19 14 .576 



8 .429 T-5th 



1990-91 Maryland 



18 12 .571 



.357 7th 



1991-92 Maryland 



14 15 .483 



11 .313 8th 



1992-93 Maryland 



12 



.429 



2 14 .125 Bth 



1 993-94 Maryland 



18 12 .600 



8 8 .500 T-4th NCAA Midwest Region Semifinals 12-1) 



1 994-95 Maryland 



28 8 .765 



1 2 4 .750 T-1 st NCAA West Region Semifinals tS-1) 



1995-96 Maryland 



17 13 .567 



B B .500 T-4th NCAA West Region First Round [0-11 



1 996-97 Maryland 



21 1 1 .656 



.563 T-4th NCAA Southeast Region First Round (0-1 i 



1 997-98 Maryland 



21 11 .656 



10 



1 99B-99 Maryland 



2B 



.824 



B .625 3rd NCAA West Region Semifinals (2-1) 



13 3 .813 2nd NCAA South Region Semifinals (2-1) 



1999-00 Maryland 



25 10 .714 



2000-01 Maryland 



25 1 1 .694 



11 5 .688 2nd NCAA Midwest Region Second Round (1-1) 



10 6 .625 3rd NCAA Final Four, West Region Champions (4-1) 



2001-02 Maryland 



32 



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15 



1 .938 1st NCAA Final Four, NATIONAL CHAMPIONS (6-0) 



2002-03 Maryland 



21 10 .677 



2003-04 Maryland 



20 12 .625 



11 5 .6BBT-2nd NCAA South Region Semifinals (2-1) 



4 Years 



American 



72 43 .632 



9 .438 Bth NCAA Denver Regional Second Round (1-1) 



31 13 .7D5 



4 Years 



Boston Coll. 



76 45 ,658 



31 33 ,484 



NCAA -3-2 



3 Years Ohio State 



59 41 ,590 



54 30 ,444 



NCAA -1-1 



15 Years Maryland 315 165 .656 135 105 ,557 



NCAA - 55-10 I.688) 



56 Years Overall 



555 593 ,640 



318 180 ,548 



NCAA -25-13 1,667) 



Coaching Honors 



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



National Coach of the Year, 2002 [Basketball America, CB5Sportsline.com) 



• Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of the Year, 2002 



• Victor Award, 2002 (National Academy of Sports Editors) 



■ Winged Foot Award, 2002 (N.Y. Athletic Club) 



Harry Litwack Eastern Coach of the Year Award, 2002 (Herb Good Basketball Club of Philadelphia) 



« District Coach of the Year, 2002 [Basketball Times) 



Seaboard Region Coach of the Year, 1 997, 2002 [Basketball Times S Eastern Basketball) 



National Coach of the Year, 2001 (Playboy) 



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



• Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of the Year, 1 99B IACC Athlete Magazine) 



' U.S. Olympic Team Selection Committee, 1 9BB 



• Eastern Coach of the Year, 19B3 



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



• District Coach of the Year, 1981 



International Experience 

« Five-flame, 1 2-day tour of Italy with Maryland basketball team in August of 2004 



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



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



Eight-game, 12-dav tour of Yugoslavia with Big East All-Star Team in July of 19B4 



Playing Experience 



1965-67, University of Maryland, basketball letterwinner 



19B4, University of Maryland, freshman basketball team 



1 961-64, Collingswood High School, lettered four years in basketball and baseball 



Playing Honors 

■ Maryland team captain, 1 967 



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



■ Member 1 965 Sugar Bowl Tournament title team and 1 988 Charlotte Invitational Tournament championship team 



Personal 

Education: University of Maryland, 19B8, B.S. in business; Collingswood (N.J.) High School, 1964 



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



Family: Daughter; Kristin Scott [32), Son-in-law: Geoff Scott, Grandchildren: David Geoffrey Scott (born Nov. 15,1 999), 
Lauren Kelly Scott and John William Scott (born June 1 9, 2003) 



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]BlfOW: 2001, 2002 

ACC Tournament Titles: -losonm^om i 
ACC Regular Season Titles': 1375, wot ms, 2002 




accomplishments during the Williams Era are: a school- 
record 1 1 straight NCAA Tournament appearances 
(1994-03) which include consecutive trips to the Final 
Four, a national crown and seven Sweet Sixteen ap- 
pearances; the 2004 ACC title; 1 consecutive upper 
division finishes in the ACC including runner-up distinc- 
tion in 1999, 20D0 and 2003; an outright regular 
season ACC title in 2002 and a shared one in 1 995; a 
school-record 2B victories during the 1999 season 
which was shattered again with 32 in 2002; four NBA 
lottery picks, one national Player of the Year, a senior 
of the year and two ACC Players of the Year; an ACC 
Tournament MVP; and the first recipient 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 (1 999-2002). 
The result is a program and a coach who have reached 
icon status. 

Williams is the only head coach in school history to 
guide the Terps to 1 1 postseason tournament appear- 
ances. After guiding his first two Maryland teams to 
winning records and overcoming an NCAA probation- 
ary period resulting from the previous regime, he guided 
the Terps to an NCAA Tournament appearance in just 
his fifth season, 1 994, and earned a share of the ACC 
regular season title in just his sixth, 1 995. 

Williams' past 1 1 seasons have brought Maryland 
from striving for contention in the Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference to the realization of the tournament title in 
2004; from endeavors to become nationally competi- 
tive to the reality of 1 1 NCAA berths, seven Sweet 
Sixteen appearances, two Final Fours and of course, 
the 2002 NCAA championship, 

In 2003, Williams took a group of experienced but 
mostly untested Terps to a third-straight Sweet Six- 
teen. Along the way, the squad earned its fourth final 
Top 10 ranking in five seasons, posted a seventh- 
straight 20-win season, recorded a school-record sixth 
straight finish in the upper echelon of the ACC by cap- 
turing second place, and posted a school-record sixth 
straight season of double-digit ACC victories. The Ter- 
rapins helped Williams to his 500th career coaching 
victory on March 2, 2003 - making him only the sixth 
ACC alumnus to win as many games. 

The 2002 championship itself was a product of 
maturity and steadfast dedication to a common goal - 
and included a magical ride through the final season of 
play at venerable Cole Field House. Williams molded a 
cast of seven returning players from its national semi- 
finalists of 2001 , while senior captains Lonny Baxter, 
Juan Dixon and Byron Mouton keyed a consistent ef- 
fort from the beginning of practice in October, through 




Williams 
Flashback 



an undefeated (15-0) 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 stiff - 
est challenges. After winning the ACC regular season 
crown with a 15-1 record, the Terps' ascent to the 
national championship game included successive victo- 
ries over perennial powers Wisconsin, Kentucky, Con- 
necticut 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 pos- 
sible seed in every round. 

A year earlier, the Terrapins began the season with 
a lofty No. 5 ranking by the Associated Press and fin- 
ished with the No. 4 spot by USA Today/ESPN. 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 1 of their last 1 2 games. 
Of those 10, seven nationally ranked foes fell in the 
Terps' path to the Final Four, with their only losses 
coming to eventual NCAA and ACC champion Duke. 
Local rival Georgetown was dispatched in the Sweet 
Sixteen, and an 87-73 win over No. 2-ranked and top- 
seeded Stanford earned Maryland its first NCAA re- 
gional title. 

The 2000 season may have been one of Williams' 
greatest coaching accomplishments ever - guiding a 
"rebuilding" Terrapin team to 25 wins, a second straight 
second-place finish in the ACC and its first trip to the 
conference tournament final since 19B4. All with a 
freshman point guard (Steve Blake), three first-year 
starters (Baxter, Blake, Dixon) and only one senior fol- 
lowing the loss of three players to the NBA draft. Two 
years later, those three first-year starters would be- 
come seasoned veterans 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 1 999 season. The Terps 
finished 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 10 games of the 
season, and its No. 2 seed in the NCAA Tournament 
matched the highest tournament seed in school his- 
tory. 

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 Basketba/I America 
and CBSSportsline.com, and in 2001 by Playboy. Be- 



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



Williams' Playing Statistics At Maryland 

Year GP FS-FGA FB% FT-FTA FT lb Habounds 





GARY WILLIAMS — No. 14 






GARY WILLIAMS, 6-0. 170. 21. Senior. Col- 

,i N.J, Maryland's best floor man 

who can work the bull down the floor quicker 

than am ol his mates - - . can hit the open 

n n fierce competitor with a heart as 

hip u his chest. 


IV 





Points 



1964-65 


26 


33-87 


.379 


25-50 


.500 


80-3.1 


91-3.5 


1965-66 


23 


23-61 


.377 


20-42 


.476 


74-3.2 


66-2.9 


1966-67 


35 


71-134 


.530 


31-49 


.633 


82-3.3 


173-6.9 


Career 


74 


127-2B2 


.450 


76-141 


.539 


336-3.2 


330-4.5 



NCAA Division I Coaching Wins, 
Active Coaches 



Wo. Coach 



Victories 



1 . Bob Kmqht, Texas Tech 


B3a 


2. Lou Henson, New Mexico St. 


775 


3. Eddie Sutton. Oklahoma St. 


755 


4. Lute Olson, Arizona 


710 


5. John Chanev, Temple 


70B 


6. Mike Krzvzewski, Duke 


6B4 


7. Jim Celhoun, Connecticut 


6B0 


S. Jim Boeheim, Svracuse 


B7B 


S. Huqh Durham, Jacksonville 


617 


10. Billy Tubbs. Lamar 


ECS 


1 1 . Tom Davis, Drake 


555 


12. Sob Huqgra, Cincinnati 


542 


13. Tom Pendens, Houston 


537 


14. Gene Keadv, Purdue 


534 


15, Homer Drew, Valparaiso 


523 


1G. Gary Williams, Maryland 


522 


17. Ben Braun, California 


490 


18. Pat Douqtass, UC Irvine 


482 


1 9. Dick Bennett, Washhqton State 


487 


20. Rick Byrd, Belmont 


459 


Most 20-Win Seasons, Active 
Coaches 

1 . Bob Knight, Texas Tech 


37 


T2. Jim Boeheim, Syracuse 


36 


Lute Olson, Arizona 


38 


4, Eddie Sutton, Oklahoma St, 


34 


5, Lou Henson, New Mexico St. 


30 


Mike Krzyzewski. Duke 


30 


7. J&n Calhoun, Connecticut 


19 


8. Billy Tubbs, Lamar 


18 


9. Bob Huqqins, Dncinnati 


17 


10. Tom Davis, Drake 


18 


T11, Gary Williams, Maryland 


15 


John Chanev, Temple 


15 


T13. Gene Keady, Purdue 


14 


Roy Willems, North Carolina 


14 



Current Consecutive NCAA 
Tournament Appearances 

1. Lute Olson, Arizona, 1985-3004 



23 



Roy Williams, Kansas S North Carolina, 1 933-2^2 J 



BobHugpjns, Cincinnati, 1992-8004 



13 



T4. Gary Williams, Maryland, 1994-2004 



Tubby Smith, Tulsa, Georgia S Kentucky, 1994-3004 



Career NCAA Tournament Wins, 
Active Coaches 

1 , Mike Krzyzewski, Duke B4 



Bob Knight, Texas Tech 



Lute Olson, Arizona 



Jim Boeheim, Syracuse 



T5. Jim Calhoun, Connecticut 



Eddie Sutton, Oklahoma St. 



Roy Will'ams, North Carolina 



8. Rick Pitino, Louisville 



Gary Williams, Maryland 



10, Tubby Smith, Kentucky 



Wins By ACC Coaches - All Games 



Dean Smith, North Carolina 



879 



Mike Krzyzewski. Duke 



Bobby Cremins, Georgia Tech 



Charles 'Lefty' Drieseil, Maryland 



621 
354 

348 



Terry Holland, Virginia 



B. Gary Williams, Maryland 



7. 



Norman Sloan, NC State 



8. Frank McGuire, UNC S USC 



9. Dave Odom, Wake Forest 



10 Cart Tacy, Wake Forest 



32S 
315 

_2BB 
2SJ 
240 
222 



Wins In ACC Conference Games 



Dean Smith, North Carolina 



Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 



Frank McGuire, UNC S USC 



364 

2Ji 
i-= 



Gary Williams, Maryland 



5. Bobby Cremins, Georgia Tech 



6. Charles 'Lefty' Driese i l, Marylana 



135 
134 

122 



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sides 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 Acad- 
emy of Sports Editors, the Harry Litwack Award as 
Eastern Coach of the Year, presented annually by the 
Herb Good Club of Philadelphia, and Seaboard Region 
Coach of the Year honors as named by Basketball Times 
and Eastern Basketball. In 1998, ACC Athlete Maga- 
zine voted him as the ACC Coach of the Year. He re- 
ceived the same honor from College Hoops Illustrated 
in 2000. Following Maryland's 1 997 season, when the 
Terps advanced to the NCAA Tournament and finished 
with a 9-7 record in the ACC, he was named as the 
Seaboard Region Coach of the Year by Basketball Times 
and Eastern Basketball. He was honored as the dis- 
trict coach of the year in 1 981 , 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 just by consecutive Final Four appearances 
or 22 winning records in 28 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, 1 992), Joe Smith 
(#1,1 995), Steve Francis (#2,1 999) 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 coach- 
ing 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 10-game improve- 
ment in the win column during Williams' first season 
was the largest in school history and second largest in 
the annals of the ACC by a first-year coach. Only the 
legendary Press Maravich, who improved NC State's 
winning ledger by 13 games in his inaugural season 
(19B5), can boast a higher first-year improvement in 
the win column. 

A 1 988 graduate of Maryland, Williams lettered as 
the Terps' starting point guard from 1 985-87 under 
head coach Bud Millikan, serving as team captain dur- 
ing his senior season. It was as a player in the ACC 
that Williams began developing his basketball philoso- 
phy. Playing beside three-year teammates Joe 
Harrington and Jay McMillen, he studied the game un- 
der Millikan, and it was then that he developed his pen- 
chant for the full-court pressure defenses for which 
his teams are now known. He learned his half court 
man-to-man defense from Millikan, who learned from 
the legendary Hank Iba. The fast-breaking offense that 
Williams' teams employ is similar to the style Vic Bubas' 
Duke teams used when Williams was a player. 

Path Back To College Park 

Williams began his coaching career alongside 
Harrington, as graduate students at Maryland under 
freshman coach Tom Davis. The 1 989 freshman team 
finished with a 12-4 record as Williams bonded with 
Davis in a relationship that would serve him well as his 
coaching career progressed. 

After earning a degree in business, he continued his 
coaching career as an assistant at Woodrow Wilson 



Turnaround Under Williams 



Last S Years Overall 


ACC 


1995-96 17-131.5671 


8-8 1.500) 


1996-97 21-111.656) 


9-7 1.583) 


1997-98 91-111.656) 


108 1.825) 


1998-99 2B-61.824] 


13-31.813) 


1999-00 35-10 1.714) 


11-51.688) 


2000-01 25-11 (.894) 


10-81.625) 


2001-02 32-41.889) 


15-1 1.938) 


2002-03 21-101.877) 


11-51.688) 


2003-04 20-121.825) 


7-9 1.438) 


Totals a3B.SBt.711) 


106-54 1.653) 


First 5 Years Overall 


ACC 


19B9-90 19-141.578) 


8-8 1.429) 


1990-91 16-121.571) 


5-9 (.357) 


1991-92 14-151.483) 


5-111.313 


1992-93 12-161.429) 


2-141.125) 


1993-94 18-121.600) 


8-8 1.500) 


Totals 79-69 1,534) 


36.50 (,34a 


Most Victories Under Williams 

Season W L Pet, School 



2001-02 


32 


4 


.889 


Maryland 


1998-99 


28 


8 


.824 


Maryland 


1994-95 


28 


8 


.765 


Mar/and 


1982-83 


25 


7 


.781 


Boston College 


1999-00 


25 


10 


.71 4 


Maryland 


200X11 


25 


11 


.694 


Maryland 


1980-81 


24 


8 


.BOO 


American 



Winning Pet. Under Williams 

Season W L Pot. School 



2001-02 




32 


4 


.BB9 Maryland 


1998-99 




28 


6 


.824 Maryland 


1980-81 




24 


8 


.BOD American 


19B2-83 




25 


7 


.781 Boston College 


1994-95 




26 


8 


.765 Maryland 


1999-00 




25 


10 


.714 Maryland 


1981-82 




21 


9 


.700 American 


Williams In The Postseason 

Event GP IV I Pet. Last Game 


NCAA 


37 


25 


12 


.676 2002-03 


NIT 


14 


8 


B 


.571 1989-90 



ACC 24 11 13 


.458 2002-03 


BIG EAST 8 2 4 


.333 1985-66 


East Coast 7 3 4 


.429 1981-82 


Totals S3 49 39 


.555 3003.03 


Williams' Milestone Victories 

Victory * Opponent, Score School 


No. 1 Catholic, 83-SB 


American 


No. 50 Drexel, 82-80 


American 


No. 100 Neav Hsn-osh.ra, 97-64 


Boston Coteqe 


No. 1 50 Bowlinq Green, B9-52 


Ohio State 


No. 200 Northwestern, 100-89 


Ohio State 


No. 250 210 North Carolina, 82-BC 


Maryland 


No. 300 at NC Sate, 84-67 


Maryland 


No. 350 113 Ctemson, 76-61 


Maryland 


No. 400 San Francisco. 71 -B1 


Maryland 


No. 450 S16 Temple. 82-74 


Maryland 


No. 500 NC Stats, 88-85 


Maryland 


In The Sagarin Power Rankings 

(Since 1995) 

Year Schedule Ranting Team Ranking 


1395 19 


8 


1998 18 


28 


1997 15 


11 


199B 1 


11 


1999 22 


5 


2000 21 


24 


2001 12 


6 


2002 20 


3 


2003 54 


1B 


2D:4 3 


19 


Williams vs. the ACC 

(includes all games) 

School Last 5 Years Last 8 Years 


Ctemson 13-3 


17-4 


Duke 8-14 


9-18 


Florida State 16-3 


194 


GeorqiaTech 12-5 


14-B 


North Carolina 10-9 


12-12 


NC Stats 16-4 


204 


Virqina 11-5 


'4-5 


Wake Forest 11-7 


12-10 


Totals 95.50 (.655) 


117-64 (.646) 



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

Williams spent one more year at Woodrow Wilson 
before accepting an invitation from Davis in 1 972 to 
become an assistant at Lafayette College. While an 
assistant at Lafayette, Williams also served as the head 
soccer coach. In 1 978, Williams accompanied Davis to 
Boston College. After one year there, Williams became 
the head coach at American University. 

Williams immediately began making his mark. His 
1981 squad set the still-standing school record for 
victories with a 24-8 mark, won the East Coast Con- 
ference championship, and played in the NIT. Williams 
was named the district coach of the year. American 
returned to postseason play the next season as the 
Williams-led Eagles went 21 -9 and played in the NIT for 
the second consecutive year. Only once prior to Will- 
iams' arrival had AU attended a postseason tourna- 
ment, and the Eagles have not returned since. Will- 
iams' four-year record at AU was 72-42. 

In 1983, Williams succeeded Davis at Boston Col- 
lege. He was once again an instant success, posting a 



25-7 record and leading the Eagles to the regular sea- 
son championship of the Big East in his first season. 
Making his first appearance in the NCAA Tournament, 
Williams directed the Eagles to the Sweet 1 8. He fin- 
ished third in the balloting for national coach of the 
year, and was honored again as the Eastern Coach of 
the Year by his peers. He went on to duplicate that 
NCAA Tournament success again in 1 985, leading B.C. 
back to the Sweet Sixteen. 

In 1 987, Williams accepted the head coaching job 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 
Buckeyes made three postseason appearances. His first 
squad defeated then-No. 1 and unbeaten Iowa [coached 
by Tom Davis) in the regular season, in what would be 
the first of many giant-killings. During Williams' three- 
year term at Ohio State, OSU defeated a second-ranked 
Purdue team, perennial power Kansas and highly re- 
garded Big Ten powers 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 Co- 
lumbus for College Park. 







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The Williams' Influence 

NBA First Round Draft Picks Former Assistants In Charge 




Chris Wilcox * 

2002 • No. 8 overall OJ 
Los Angeles Clippers 



luan Dixon * 

2002 'No. 17 overall 
Washington Wizards 



Steve Fiancis * 

1999 'No. 2 overall (U 
Vancouver Grizzlies 





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Keith Booth * 

1997 'No. 28 overall 

Chicago Bulls 




Joe Smith * 

1995 -No. 1 overall (U 
Golden State Warriors 



Jim Jackson * 

1992 'No. 5 overall (U 
Dallas Mavericks 




Walt Williams 

1992 -No. 7 overall (U 
Sacramento Kings 



Jerrod Mustaf 

1990* No. 17 overall 
New York Knicks 



Dennis Hopson 

1 987 'No. 3 overall (U 
New Jersey Nets 



L ■ Lottery selection; * ■ recruited by Williams 







Randy Ayers Rick Barnes Paul Brazeau Jim Oeamons Fran Dunphy 



Randy Ayers 

Assistant to Williams for three years at Ohio 
State. Head coach at Ohio State for eight 
years, and was the head coach of the Philadel- 
phia 76ers during the 2003 season. 

Rick Barnes 

Assistant to Williams for one year 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 Boston 
College and three years at Ohio State. For- 
merly the 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 and NBA Champion 
with the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lak- 
ers. Currently an assistant coach with the New 
Orleans Hornets. 

Fran Dunphy 

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



Fran Fraschilla 

Assistant to Wlliams for two years at Ohio 
State. Has been the head coach at Manhat- 
tan College and St. John's. Formerly the head 
coach at New Mexico. Currently an ESPN col- 
lege basketball analyst. 

Billy Hahn 

Assistant to Williams for 1 £ years at Mary- 
land. Former head coach at Ohio U. and 
LaSalle. 

Chris Knoche 

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

Jimmy Patsos 

Assistant to Williams for 1 3 seasons at Mary- 
land. Currently the head coach at Loyola. 



Art Perry 



Assistant to Wlliams for six years at Mary- 
land. Former head coach at American 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 president of the expansion 
Charlotte Bobcats of the NBA. 




^\ 



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Fran 


Billy 


Chris 


Jimmy 


Art 


Ed 


Fraschilla 


Hahn 


Knoche 


Patsos 


Perry 


Tapscott 




Williams and Joe Smith helped honor 
Cal Ripken Jr. on the night of Ripken's 
2, 131st consecutive game. 



Williams being congratulated 
by Maryland President Dr. CD. 
Mote. 



•Dan" 



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TRADITION 



WtJ ' f 1 ' till', f 



11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



Williams With His Family 




Williams with his daughter Kristin after he was Krister,, Geoff and the family take in a game at Comcast Center, 
mducted into the Mary/and Hall of Fame. 



Kristen surrounded by David ftopJ, 
John Heft) and Lauren (bottom). 



Williams' Career Record Vs. Opponents 



Opponent C 

Air Force 


areer Home at UM Home at OSU at BC at AU 


First 


Last 


1-0 


0-0 










1-0 


1979-BOIAU) 




Akron 


1-0 


D-0 






1-0 






1 98B-B9 10SU) 




Alabama 


0-1 


0-0 










D-1 


1 978-79 (AU) 




Alcorn State 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








19B9-9D1UM) 




American 


8-0 


B-0 


B-D 


8-0 








1990-91 IUM) 


2003-D4 (UM) 


Arizona 0-3 0-0 0-1 
NCAA Tournament! 0-1 C9B UM. 79-87) 




0-1 




1 985-86 (BCl 


2001-02 (UM) 


Arizona State 


0-1 


o-n 


0-1 










1 994-95 (UM) 




Arkansas 


0-1 


0-0 






0-1 






19B6-B7I0SU) 




Army 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 










19B9-90IUM] 




Auburn 


0-1 


0-0 








0-1 




1 985-86 (BC) 




Augusta 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-D 








19B9-9D(UM) 






1-0 


0-0 


1-0 










1998-99 (UM) 




Ball State 


1-0 


0-0 






1-0 






1 987-BB (OSU) 




Baltimore 


?-n 


1-0 










2-0 


1 978-79 (AU) 


1 979-80 (AU) 




1-0 


1-0 








1-0 




19B2-B31BC) 




Boston College 


0-1 


0-0 


0-1 










199D-91 (UM) 




Boston Unrversfty 


1-1 


1-D 


1-1 


1-0 








1 989-90 (UM) 


1990-91 (UM) 


Bowling Green 


1-0 


1-0 






1-0 






1986-87 (OSU) 




Bradley 


0-1 


oo 










01 


19B1-82IAU! 




Brown 


3-0 


1-0 








3-0 




19B2-B31BC) 


19B4-B5BC) 


Bucknell 


4-2 


3-1 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 




2-2 


1978-79 IAU) 


1 994-95 (UM) 


California 


1-0 


oo 


1-0 










1 996-97 (UM) 




Catholic 


4-0 


2-D 










4-0 


197B-79IAU) 


19B1-B21ALD 




1-0 


0-0 










1-0 


197B-79IAU) 




Central Michigan 


1-0 


1-0 






1-0 






1 987-BB (OSU) 




Chaminade 


1-0 


OO 


1-D 










1 994-95 (UM) 




Chicago State 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 








1 998-97 (UM) 


20D0-01 (UM) 


Cincinnati 


1-D 


0-0 


1-0 










1 994-95 (UM) 




The Citadel 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








20D2-D3 (UM) 


2002-D3 (UM) 


Clemson 


21-11 


12-3 


21-11 


12-3 








19B9-9D1UM) 


2DD3-04 (UM) 


Cleveland State 


1-0 


0-0 






1-0 






1 987-BB (OSU! 




Coastal Carolina 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-D 








1999-00 (UM) 




Colgate 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








1 994-95 (UM) 




Coll. OF Charleston 0-1 0-0 0-1 
NCAA Tournament; 0-1 C97 UM, 66-73 








1998-97 IUM) 




Colorado State 


1-0 


OO 






1-0 






19B7-8BIOSU) 




Columbia 


1-0 


0-0 








1-C 




19B2-B3BC) 




Connecticut B-5 3-1 2-2 0-1 6-2 
NCAA Tournament: 1-1 ('95 UM, 89-99); [02 UM, 9D-B2) 




19B2-B3IBC) 


2DD1-02 0JM) 


Copgin State 


0-1 


0-1 


0-1 


0-1 








1 989-90 (UM) 




Cornell 


1-0 


1-D 


1-0 


1-0 








1 993-94 (UM) 




Creighton 1-0 0-0 1-0 
NCAA Tournament; 1-0 T99 UM, 75-63) 








199B-99[UM) 




Dayton 


1-3 


D-1 


0-1 




1-2 






19B6-8710SU) 


200OD1 (UM) 


Delaware 


4-0 


2-0 










4-C 


1 978-79 (AU) 


19B1-82(AU) 


Delaware State 


3-D 


3-0 


3-0 


3-0 








1 989-90 (UM) 


20D1-02IUM) 


DePaul 


2-D 


0-0 


1-0 




1-0 






19BB-B910SU) 


199B-99IUM) 


Detroit 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








2001-02 IUM) 




Drexel 


4-3 


3-1 










4-S 


197B-79IAU) 


19B1-B21AU) 


Duke 10-28 
NCAA Tournament; 


4-11 9-28 4-11 1-0 
-1 t/B5 BC, 74-73); C01 UM, 84-95) 




1 984-65 (BC) 


2003-04 (UM) 


Duquesne 


2-0 


2-D 


2-0 


2-0 








199B-99IUM) 


20D2-03 (UM) 


E. Tennessee State 1-0 


D-0 


1-0 










1989-90 (UM) 




Evansville 


0-1 


0-0 


0-1 










1991-92 (UM) 




Fairfield 


1-0 


1-D 








1-0 




19B2-B3IBC) 




Fairleiqh Dickinson 2-0 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 








1997-9B1UM) 


1 999-00 (UM) 



Opponent Career Home 


at UM Home at OSU at BC at AU 


First 


Last 


Florida 3-3 1-1 


1-1 0-1 


2-2 






1 986-67 (OSU) 


200304 (UM) 


Florida Intl 2-0 2-D 


1-0 1-0 


1-0 






1986-87 (OSU) 


1997-9B0JM) 


Florida State 23-7 103 


23-7 1D-3 








1991-92 (UM) 


2DD3-D4 !LM) 


George Mason 4-0 2-D 4-0 2-0 
NCAA Tournament: 1-0 C01 UM, 83-80) 








19B9-9D1UM) 


200304 OJM) 


George Washinqton6-4 01 


4-2 






2-2 


197B-79(AU) 


2002-03 (UM) 


Georgetown 3-12 1-5 2-D 01 
NCAA Tournament: 1-1 TB7 OSU, 79-B2); (01 UM, 


1-7 

76-66) 


0-4 


197B-79!AU) 


2000-01 (UM) 


Georgia 01 0-0 


01 








1996-97 (UM) 




Georgia State 1-0 D-D 1-D 
NCAA Tournament; 1-D (01 UM, 79-60) 








2000-01 (JJM) 




Georgia Tech 16-16 1D-5 


1B-16 105 








1989-9D1UM) 


20D3O41UM) 


Gettysburg 2-0 0-0 








2-D 


1979-BOIAU) 


198001 (AU) 


Gonzega 1-1 0-0 1-1 
NCAA Tournamenti'l-O C95 UM, B7-63) 








1 994-95 (UM) 


2003-04 IUM) 


Hampton 1-D 1-0 


1-0 1-0 








2002-03 OJM) 


2002-03 OJM) 


Hartford 1-0 1-0 






1-0 




19B4-85BQ 




Harvard 2-0 1-0 








2-0 


' 9EC-B1 (AU) 


1981-82 (AU) 


Hawaii 1-D 0-0 


1-0 








- ESE-97 (UM) 




HoFstra 7-1 4-0 


3-0 2-0 






4-1 


1 978-79 (ALD 


2003-04 IUM) 


Holv Cross 4-0 2-0 






4-0 




' SE2-83 BC) 


•SE5-EBBD 


Howard 4-0 4-0 


3-0 3-0 


1-0 






1966-B710SU) 


1 EEE-97 [UM) 


Illinois 4-6 2-2 


3-1 1-0 


1-5 






-SE6-B7I0SU) 


200102 IUM) 


NCAA Tournament: 1-0 (9B UM, 67-61) 












Indiana 1-8 03 


1-1 


OB 


0-1 




1 SB3-B4 BO 


20D2-D3 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament; 1 -D CD2 UM, 64-52) 


bna 1-0 0-0 


1-0 








• ESEOD IUM) 




NCAA Tournament: 1-0 COO UM, 74-59) 


Icwa 4-3 2-1 


1-0 


3-3 






'EEE-S7:CELC 


' 999-00 IUM) 


Iowa State 1-0 0-0 






1-0 




19B3-B4BO 




Jacksonville 2-1 1-D 


1-1 1-0 


1-D 






• 9EB-B7 (OSU) 


1990-91 (UM) 


James Madison 0-1 D-D 








0-1 


1 979-80 1AU) 




Kansas 3-0 0-0 2-0 
NCAA Tournament: 1-0 [02 UM, 97-BB) 


1-0 






19B6-B7IOBLD 


2DD1-02FJJM) 


Kent State 1-0 1-D 




1-0 






198B-B9IOSU) 




Kentucky 3-3 1-D 2-3 1-0 1-0 
NCAA Tournament: 2-0 FB7 OSU, 91-77); T02 UM, 


7B-68) 




19B6-67(OSU) 


20D1O2 0JM) 


Lafayette 6-1 4-1 


2-D 2-D 


1-0 




3-1 


1978-79 (ALD 


1 996-97 (UM) 


LeSalle 4-2 2-1 


2-0 1-0 






2-2 


1 978-79 (AU) 


1 994-95 (UM! 


Lehiqh 4-1 3-D 








4-1 


197B-79IAU: 


19B1-821ALD 


Long Beach State 1 -D 0-0 




1-D 






1987-B8(0SU1 




Louisville 3-1 1-0 


2-1 1-0 


1-D 






''9EB-E9DSLD 


2000-01 (UM) 


Lovola-Md. 3-0 3-0 


3-0 3-0 








1 993-94 (UM) 


2DD2-03 [IMS 


Mama 2-0 1-0 






2-0 




19B3-B4BO 


19B5-8BBC) 


Maryland 02 D-D 






01 


D-1 


1BB0-B1 (AU) 


1 SE3-S4 EC: 


Md.-Baromore Co. 1 2-0 1 2-0 


11-0 11-0 


1-D 






19B7-BB(DSUJ 


2CC2-22 '.JS. 


Md. -Eastern ShDne 5-0 5-0 


5-0 5-0 








1991-92 BJrvfl 


2003-04 :j< 


Massachusetts 2-4 D-0 2-4 
NCAA Tournament: 1-D C94 UM, 95-B7) 








19B9-90(UM) 


1 996-97 (UM) 


Memphis State D-1 OO 

NCAA Tournament: 01 CB5 8C. 57-59) 




0-1 




1 984-85 BC) 




Miami (Ohio) 1-0 1-0 


1-0 1-0 








2002-03 OJM) 


2OD2O3 0JM) 


Michigan 3-5 2-1 


1-1 


2-4 






19B6-B7(0SU) 


20D0O1 (UM) 


0-1 C94UM, 71-7B) 


Michigan State 4-4 2-1 D-1 
NCAA Tournament: 0-1 TD3 UM, 5B-60) 


3-3 


1-0 




19B4-B5BD 


izziiz iv: 



dl fOUr: 2001, 2002 

ICC Tournament Titles: -isssnm^oiM , 

ACC Regular Season Titles 1 : im, mo, im, 2m 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




Williams In The Community 



The Terrapins' head coach is an active member of 
the University of Maryland and greater Baltimore-Wash- 
ington, D.C. community. Williams is involved in exten- 
sive charity, fund-raising and public speaking events 
throughout the year, particularly in the offseason. 

In September of 2004, University President CD. 
Mote Jr. announced that Williams will co-chair the schol- 
arship component of Maryland's upcoming SSOO mil- 
lion fund-raising campaign. In addition to a pledge of a 
half-million dollars of his own for academic scholarships 
at the university, Wlliams will represent the University 
at various functions and perform various networking 
duties to spearhead the fund-raising effort. 

Williams' recent charity work has benefited; 

• Coaches vs. Cancer 

• Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 

• National Autism Research 

• National Physical Education Council 

• The Salvation Army 

• The Babe Ruth Museum 



Earlier in the year, Williams served as the commence- 
ment speaker at the graduation proceedings for the 
Robert H. Smith School of Business. Wlliams, a 1 968 
University graduate with a degree in business, addressed 
the Class of 2004 at the Comcast Center ceremony. 

Wlliams has been heavily involved in the NABC's 
Coaches vs, Cancer efforts. The program is a part- 
nership between the National Association of Basketball 
Coaches and the American Cancer Society. The coaches 
participating in this program are dedicated to fighting 
cancer through increased support for research, pa- 
tient services, and prevention education. 

Wlliams has also worked with Maryland grad Boomer 
Esiason and others to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foun- 
dation, hosting charity basketball games and golf events. 

For the past two years, Williams has served as the 
honorary chairman for the Walk Far for N.A.A.R, , which 
has raised more than one million dollars for the Na- 
tional Alliance of Autism Research. He has also chaired 
the Salvation Army's FQRE Kids golf tournament in 
2003 and 2004, which raises proceeds for Washing- 
ton, D.C.'s youth. 




Williams has chaired the National Autism walk for the 
last two years. 




Williams served as the commencement speaker at the 
2004 business school graduation. 



Opponent Career 


Home 


atUM 


Home at OSU 


at BC at AU 


First 


Last 


'.'---sct- 


4-2 


2-1 






4-2 






9B6 a? :s_: 


1988-89 (OSU) 


'.'s-:_- 


1-1 


1-0 


1-1 


10 








1995-96 (UM) 


1997-98 (UM) 


Vss:-i-Sc. Louis 


1-0 


1-0 






10 






1987-8SIDSU 




'.': — :,™ 


1-0 


1-0 


10 


10 








2001 -02 (UM) 




Vc-can Slate 


3-0 


3-0 


30 


3-0 








1 992-93 (UM) 


1 994-95 (UM) 


Mount St. Mary's 


3-0 


3-0 


30 


30 








1931 -92 (UM) 


2003-04 (UM) 


Navy 


2-4 


2-0 










2-4 


1978-79 (AU) 


19S1-B2IAU) 


NeS-aska 


3-3 


1-0 






30 






•3=7-3= ;3S^: 


-338-89 (OSU) 


New Han-.csr re 


5-3 


30 








40 


10 


1980-81 (AU) 


'985-86 BO 


'.=.: '.'5> :: 


1-1 


0-0 






1-1 






"987-55 :3Su; 


19B7-8B(0SU) 


Norfolk State 


2-0 


2-0 


20 


20 








200001 ruM) 


2001-02 (UM) 


NothCa-ci-a 1 


5-20 


9-6 


15-20 


8-S 








1 989-90 (UM) 


2003-04 (UM) 


NC State 


27-E 


14-1 


27-8 


14-1 








1989-90 (UM) 


200304 (UM) 


North Texas 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


10 








1 998-99 (UM) 




Northeastern 


3-3 


1-0 








30 




1SB2-831BC) 


1 984-85 BC) 


NortfTwestern 


5-' 


3-0 






5-1 






1983-87 (OSU) 


1988-89 (OSU) 


Notre Dame 


1-2 


0-1 


1-1 






0-1 




19B3-84IBC) 


200203 (UM) 


Ohio State 


1-0 


1-0 








10 




1 98506 (BC) 




:-: _ 


1-0 


1-0 






1-0 






1986-87 (OSU) 




:■ ----- 


2-3 


1-0 


2-2 


10 


0-1 






1988-89 (OSU) 


2001-02 (UM) 


3: Z:--:- 


2-3 


00 






10 




10 


1980-81 (AU) 


1987-88 (OSU) 


-=" State 


:-• 


00 


0-1 










1 989-90 (UM) 




Pennsylvana 


2-0 


oo 


20 










1996-97 (UM) 


200001 (UM) 


Papperdre 


1-0 


10 


10 


10 








2003-04 (UM) 




Ftascj-c- 


7-3 


3-2 


20 






S3 




1 982-83 BC) 


1 998-99 (UM) 


---:=:■:- 3-0 
NCAA Tournament: 


00 20 
Of83 80, 51-42) 




1-0 




1982-83 EC) 


2001-02 (UM) 


Providence 


5-4 


2-2 


10 






4-4 




1 982-83 BC) 


1991-92 (UM) 


PupEt Sound 


■-z 


1-0 








1-0 




1983-84 EC) 




=--:.= 


2-4 


2-1 






2-4 






1986-87 (OSU) 


1988-89 (OSU) 


Radford 


1-0 


10 






10 






■=55-55 ::=.. 




Rando'oh-Macon 


3-0 


2-0 








1-0 


20 


' 557 5 '«_] 


1 984-85 BC) 


Rhode Island 


4-0 


20 






40 


2-0 




1982-83 EC] 


1 985-88 EC) 


= :--:-: 


1-0 


10 










10 


'333-31 LALO 




= :- 


SOI 


50 


30 


30 






5-5 


" 973-^9 :au: 


1 995-96 (UM) 


=.~e-s 


1-2 


OO 


1-1 








Z-' 


■ 33:-= ■ :a_: 


1991-92 (UM) 


Sacramertc State 


1-0 


:-: 


1-0 










' S39-S5 (UM) 




St. BcnavenLU~e 


0-1 


oo 










0-1 


" 973-30 (AU) 




5: -:--; B-8 4-1 0-1 
NCAA Tournament:'0-1 C99 UM. 63-76) 


1-1 


5-5 


0-1 


1978-79 (AU) 


1998-99 (UM) 


ScJosec-5 


2-4 


0-2 








1-0 


1-4 


1978-79 (AU) 


1983-84 BC) 


SantLous 1-0 0-0 1-0 
NCAA Tournament: 10 (34 UM. 74-67) 








1 993-94 (UM) 




St. Marys (Md.) 


30 


30 










30 


1978-79 (AU) 


1981-82 (AU) 


St. Mchael's 


1-0 


10 








1-0 




1982-83 BO 




San Francisco 


1-0 


1-0 


10 


10 








1999OO0JM) 




Santa Ga-a 0-1 0-0 0-1 
NCAA Tournament: 0-1 (36 UM, 7331) 








1 995-96 (UM) 




Setc- -= 


5-3 


3-1 








6-3 




1 982-83 BC) 


1 985-86 BC) 


z=i 2-0 1-0 1-0 
NCAA Tournament: 1-0 (02 UM, 85-70) 


10 






1986-87 (OSU) 


2001 02 (UM) 


Southern Ca'ifoma 3-0 


1-0 


2-0 


1-0 








1989-90 (UM) 


1990-91 (UM] 


South A'adama 


1-0 


0-0 










1-0 


1981-82IAU) 




South Ca-c -a 


1-3 


oo 


1-2 




0-1 






1988-89 (OSU) 


1 997-98 (UM) 


South Oa-c -a Sate 1-0 


1-0 


10 


10 








1998-99 (UM) 




South Fc-oa 


2-0 


1-0 


20 


10 








1 989-90 (UM) 


1990-91 (UM) 


E:a- ; :-; 2-0 0-0 2-0 
NCAA Tournament: '-3:3' jM. 5^-75: 








1998-99 (UM) 


200001 (UM) 



Opponent Career Home at UM Home at OSU 


atBC 


at AU 


First 


Last 


Stetson 1 0-0 




1-0 


1978-79 (AU) 




Stonehill 3-0 3-0 


3-0 




1 932-B3 BC) 


1 984-85 BO 


Stonv Brook 1-0 10 1-0 1-0 






2330-01 (UM) 




Syracuse 3-10 2-2 0-1 
NCAA Tournament: 0-1 (04 UM, 70-73 


3-8 


0-1 


1 978-79 (AU) 


200304 (UM] 


Temple 3-4 0-2 1-1 




1-3 


1 978-79 (AU) 


2001-02 (UM) 


- -----ee" 0-1 00 




0-1 


1981-82 (AU) 




Texas 1-0 0-0 10 
NCAA Tournament: 1 -0 C95 UM, 82-68) 






1 994-95 (UM) 




Texas Christian 1 -0 OO 


1-0 




1 984-85 BQ 




Texas-BPaso 1-0 0-0 10 
NCAA Tournament: 1 -0 T04 UM. 88-83) 






2003-04 (UM) 




Texas Tech 1-0 OO 

NCAA Tournament: 1 C85 BC, 55-53) 


10 




1 984-85 (BC) 




To'edo 0-1 0-0 




0-1 


19EOB1 (AU) 




Towson 10-0 60 70 5-0 




3-0 


■ 375-53 :au; 


1 996-97 (UM) 


Trenton State 1-0 10 




10 






Tus-e 1-0 10 1-0 1-0 






'555-33 [UM] 




UC Irvine 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 






•933-91 [UM] 




UCLA 1-2 OO 1-2 
NCAA Tournament: 0-1 COO UM, 70-105) 






1 995-96 (UM) 


1 999-00 (UM) 


UNCAsheville 1-0 10 1-0 1-0 






1 997-98 (UM) 




UNC Greensboro 2-0 20 20 20 






1991-92 (UM1 


200304 (UM) 


UNC Wilmington 3-0 10 20 1-0 
NCAA Tournament: 1 [03 UM, 75-73) 




10 


1981-82 (AU) 


200203 (UM) 


Unor 1-0 10 


10 




19B5-86BC) 




Utah 1-0 0-0 10 






1 994-95 (UM] 




Utah State 10 OO 10 
NCAA Tournament: 1 (38 UM. 82-68) 






1997-98 (UM) 




Valdosta State 1 -0 0-0 


1-0 




1985-86 BC) 




Va'carasc 10 0-0 1-0 
NCAA Tournament: 1-0 (39 UM. 82-60) 






1998-99 (UM) 




Vanderbilt 1-0 0-0 1-0 






1 988-89 (OSU) 




Villanova 3-5 2-2 


3-5 




1932-83 EC) 


1985-88 BQ 


Virgins 18-14 11-4 18-13 11-4 
NCAA Tournament: 0-1 (B3 BC. 92-95) 


0-1 




1 982-83 IBD 


200304 (UM) 


VlrqiniaTech 20 1-0 2-0 10 






19B9-90IUM) 


1990-91 (UM) 


Waqner 10 1-0 10 1-0 






2332-35 ..'.': 


200203 (UM) 


Wake Forest 19-17 10-6 17-15 9-6 


2-0 


0-2 


1 979-80 (AU) 


;:::■:- _v 


Washmaton Colleqe 1-0 1 




10 


1980-81 [AU] 




West Chester State4-0 20 




4-0 


1978-79 (AU) 


1981-82 (AU) 


WestVirqina 1-5 1-1 1-3 1-0 




0-2 


1 978-79 (AU) 


200304 (UM) 


Western Carolina 1-0 10 10 1-0 






1 998-99 (UM) 




Western Kentucky 0-1 0-0 


0-1 




1982-83 BO 




Western Mehqan 3-0 2-0 3-0 






1 986-87 (OSU) 


1988-89 (OSU) 


Whitoer 1-0 1-0 




1-0 


1981-82 (AU1 




WillamS Mary 5-0 3-0 1-0 1-0 




40 


1978-79 (AU) 


200102 (UM) 


Winthroo 10 1-0 1-0 1-0 






1 999-00 (UM) 




.'.--:-=- 7-3 40 2-1 1-0 4-2 
NCAA Tournament: 1 f02 UM, 87-57) 


1-0 




1985-86 BO 


200304 (UM) 


Wyonrnq 0-1 OO 




0-1 


1981-82 (AU) 




Xaver 10 OO 1-0 
NCAA Tournament: 1-0 T03 UM. 77-64) 






255555 -'.' 


200203 (UM) 


5BE-S93 315-165 59-41 




7S-42 






aSS-79 180-41 


76-45 









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2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 



I N'-SvH 



TMDITION- 
LCHAMP1QH 




Tl Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



1 n 



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IEEQ} (3DE03 



MARYLAND 90 

NINTH YEAR 
AT MARYLAND 

2003 AFLAC 

NATIONAL ASSISTANT 

COACH OF THE YEAR 



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ilfOUt: 2001, 2002 

iCC Tournament Titles: -ms, ism ,-2004- . 
ACC Regular Season Titles': \m. w m 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETB 



I rt, 




Dave Dickerson, widely regarded as one of college basketball's top assistant 
coaches, has been on the sideline at his alma mater during eight of the most suc- 
cessful years in the history of the program. Dickerson, who was elevated to the 
position of senior associate head coach during the 2004 offseason, played an indis- 
pensable role during Maryland's first-ever national championship run in 2002 and 
the Terps' first ACC Tournament title since 1984 a season ago. With Dickerson 
playing a key role in the Terps' recruiting and scouting efforts, Maryland teams have 
made eight NCAA Tournament appearances and have been ranked among the nation's 
Top 25 each season. During Dickerson's seven-year career on the Terrapin bench, 
Maryland owns a 1 93-75 record (.720 winning 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 efforts. He has played an integral role in recruiting during his 
first eight seasons at his alma mater, including the recruiting of five classes that 
were ranked among the nation's best and a 2003-04 group that was rated No. 2 in 
the nation. 

Overall, Dickerson's 14-year coaching career has included 14 straight winning 
seasons and nine postseason appearances. 

Dickerson joined 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 Sixteen 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 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 season at his alma mater featured 
a fifth Sweet Sixteen appearance for the Terps, a fifth Top 10 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. Last year the Terps made an- 
other trip to the NCAA Tournament, won 20 games again and captured the ACC 
Tournament title in a year where the ACC was rated far and away the nation's 
toughest conference. 



The Dave Dickerson File 

Coaching Experience 

1990-91 Gardner-Webb College, Assistant Coach 

1991-92 James Madison University, Assistant Coach 

1992-9B Radford Universtey, Assistant Coach 

1996-prasent University of Maryland, Assistant Coach 



Assistant Coaching Positions 

Year School Team Accomplishments 


1990-91 


Gardner-Webb 
James Madison 


South Atlantic Conference Tournament Finals 


'991-92 


Colonial Athletic Association Tournament Finals • NIT First Round 


'1 992-93 


Radford 


Biq South Tournament, Semifinals 


1993-94 


Raaford 


Biq South Tournament, Semifinals 


1994-95 


Radfo-d 


Biq South Tournament, Semrfinals 


1995-95 


Rj; ]■:!-:: 


Biq South Tournament, Semifinals 


1996-97 


Maryland 


NCAA Southeast Reqion First Round 


1997-98 


Maryland 


NCAA West Reqion Semifinals 


1993-99 


Maryland 


NCAA South Reqion Semifinals 


1999-00 


Maryland 


NCAA Midwest Reqion Second Round 


2000-01 


Maryland 


NCAA Final Four, West Reqion Champions 


2001-02 


Maryland 


NCAA Champions 


2002-03 


Maryland 


NCAA South Reqion Semifinals 


2003-04 


Maryland 


ACC Champions, NCAA Denver Reqion Second Round 



International Experience 

• Five-game, 12-day tour of Italy with Maryland basketball team in August of 2004 

Playing Experience 

• 19BB-B9, University of Maryland, basketball letterwmner 

Playing Honors 

• Maryland team captain, 1989 

• Career Contribution Award, 1989 

• Most Improved Player Award, 1 987 

Personal 

Education: University of Maryland, 1 990, B.A. in government and politics 
Date of Birth: March 29, 1 9B7 
Family: Wife Laurette, son Dave III 



Renowned as one of the top assistant coaches in the nation, Dickerson has been 
cited by Athlon and Basketball News as a Top 5 assistant, ESPN's Andy Katz as a 
"Coach on the Rise," and an AFLAC Assistant Coach of the Year by Coach S Athletic 
Director Magazine. 

Top Recruiter 

Dickerson's success as one of the nation's top recruiters has translated into 
success on the court. He was instrumental in attracting the Terps' 1 997 and 1 998 
recruiting classes, both of which were ranked in the top 10 nationally, a group of 
2002 rookies ranked as high as fourth in the nation, and the No. 2 recruiting class 
in the country in 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 different positions. 

Some of Dickerson's most recent efforts helped Maryland to attract a 2003-04 
class of top 100 recruits, including McDonald's All-American and No. 2 shooting 
guard prospect Mike Jones, No. 9 power forward Ekene Ibekwe, No. 10 center 
Hassan Fofana and mostly-unheralded D.J. Strawberry, who went on to earn ACC 
Rookie of the Week and honorable mention ACC All-Freshman team honors. That 
group of young athletes was instrumental as the Terrapins, who were statistically 
the youngest team in the country in 2003-04, captured the ACC crown. 

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, Dickerson has recruited and coached two NBA lottery picks - Steve Francis 
(1999) and Chris Wilcox (2002) - and four overall first round selections in Keith 
Booth (1 997), Francis, Wilcox and Dixon (2002). It has been Dickerson's nationwide 
emergence on the recruiting trail that has allowed him to rise so quickly up the 
coaching ladder. 

Prior to coming to Maryland, Dickerson was an assistant coach at Radford Uni- 
versity, where he helped assemble recruiting classes that ranked among the 
nation's best. The 1 994 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 acclaim and became one of the most success- 
ful programs in the Big South Conference during Dickerson's tenure. Radford 
defeated Louisiana State, 73-72, on Dec. 30, 1993, to gain the biggest 
victory in school history. The Highlanders scored the game-winning basket 
with 2.8 seconds remaining in the game just after LSU had taken its first lead 
of the second half. Dickerson was the assistant coach in charge of scouting 
LSU. 

From Athlete To Coach 

Dickerson played forward at Maryland from 1986-89 and earned four 
varsity letters. He was co-captain as a senior in 1989. Dickerson saw 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 19 
games his freshman year and 18 during his junior season. Dickerson 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, Dickerson earned his bachelor's degree in government and poli- 
tics from Maryland, and soon after he began his coaching career on the staff 
of Gardner-Webb University in North Carolina. After a year at Gardner- Webb 
he joined former Maryland head coach Lefty Dnesell at James Madison for a 
1 992 season that culminated in a bid to the NIT. 

From 1992-96, Dickerson was an assistant coach at Radford, where he 
began constructing his sparkling reputation under former Maryland assistant 
coach Ron Bradley. 

A native of Olar, S.C., Dickerson earned the team award for Greatest 
Career Contribution in 1 989 and for Most Improved Player in 1 987. Dave is 
married to the former Laurette Newsom, a 1 991 graduate of Maryland. The 
couple gave birth to their first child, Dave III, on Oct. 19, 2000. 



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Catholic University's all-time winningest head coach and leader of the 2001 NCAA 
Division III national champions, Mike Lonergan enters his first season on the Terrapin 
bench. A local product and proven winner, Lonergan will contribute to the Terps in 
every area in 2004-05 and use his well-developed local and national recruiting ties to 
maintain the flow of fresh talent into College Park. 

Lonergan led the Cardinals to seven consecutive NCAA Division III Tournament 
appearances and nine berths overall while serving as the head coach of his alma 
mater from 1 992-2004. He came to Maryland to fill the assistant coaching vacancy 
of former Catholic University teammate Jimmy Patsos, who became the head coach 
at Loyola College on April 1 . Lonergan amassed a 251-88 (.740) record during his 
1 2-year tenure at Catholic and his squad averaged 24.7 victories per season since 
1997. 

An accomplished recruiter and mentor, Lonergan grew up and still lives in Bowie, 
Md., and now takes his reputation as one of the top small college recruiters in the 
nation onto the Division I scene. Lonergan knows the Maryland program well, having 
played basketball at nearby Catholic University after attending D.C.'s Archbishop 
Carroll High School in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference CWCAC). His 
comprehensive knowledge of basketball throughout the region and the nation will pay 
dividends for the Terps in the years to come. 



Championship Coach 



The Mike Lonergan File 



Coaching Experience 

1 988-B9 American International College, Assistant Coach 

1 989-92 Colgate University, Assistant Coach 

1992-04 Catholic University, Head Coach 

2004-present University of Maryland, Assistant Coach 

Assistant Coaching Positions 



Year 


School 




1988-89 


American 


International 


1989-92 


Colgate 




Head Coaching Positions 

Year School Team Accomplishments 


1992-93 


Catholic 


NCAA Tournament 


1993-94 


Catholic 




1994-95 


Catholic 




1995-96 


Catholic 


NCAA Tournament 


1996-97 


Catholic 




1997-98 


Catholic 


NCAA Tournament Reqional Semifinal 


199B-99 


Catholic 


NCAA Tournament Reqional Semifinal 


1999-00 


Catholic 


NCAA Tournament Reqional Final 


2000-01 


Catholic 


NCAA Champions 


2001-02 


Catholic 


NCAA Tournament Reqional Semifinal 


2002-03 


Catholic 


NCAA Tournament 


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NCAA Tournament 



Coaching Honois 



• NABC Division III Coach of the Year, 2001 

• Columbus Multimedia Moten National Coach of the Year, 2001 

• NABC Division III Middle Atlantic Region Coach of the Year, 2001 

• Columbus Multimedia Middle Atlantic Region Coach of the Yean, 1 998 

• CAC Coach of the Year, 1 998, 2000, 2001 , 2003 

International Experience 

• Five-game, 1 2-day tour of Italy with Maryland basketball team in August of 2004 

Playing Experience 

■ 1985-88, Catholic University, basketball letter-winner 

Playing Honors 

• Catholic team captain, 1988 

Personal 

Education: Catholic University of America, 1988, B.A. in history; American International 

College, 1992, M.S. in criminal justice 
Date of Birth: Jan. 28, 1966 
Family: Wife Maggie, son Jack (5, bom March 8, 1999), daughter Margaret I4, born Oct. 

19,2000) 



Lonergan was the head coach at the Catholic University of America (CUA) from 
the 1992-93 to 2003-04 seasons, leading the Cardinals to nine of the 1 1 NCAA 
appearances in the history of the program, all while graduating 100 percent of his 
players and taking on Division I foes such as Princeton, American, Davidson and 
William & Mary. Catholic's victory over Albany (N.Y.) in 2000 was the program's first 
over a Division I school since 1 981 . He coached a Division III All- American in each of 
his last five seasons at CUA. 

Lonergan is the only coach in the nation to have led his team to the last seven 
consecutive regular-season conference championships, beginning with an undefeated 
14-0 Capital Athletic Conference tCAC) slate in 1997. From 1997 to 2004, the 
Cardinals posted an 88-10 (.898) CAC regular-season record. His 12-year record 
in the CAC was 1 32-38 (.788), and he was named the CAC Coach of the Year four 
times. 

Lonergan led his team to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen each year between 1 998 and 
2002. The Cardinals advanced to the Elite Eight in 2000 and posted a 28-3 season 
and a school-record winning percentage (.897) in 2002. 

Lonergan guided CUA to its finest athletic moment on March 1 7, 2001 , when his 
team rallied for a 76-82 victory over William Paterson in the NCAA Division III cham- 
pionship game in Salem, Va. The Cardinals finished their NCAA title campaign ranked 
No. 1 in the nation with a 28-5 record. Lonergan was the consensus choice for 
2D01 Division III National Coach of the Year. 

CUA won five consecutive playoff games during its championship run, and each 
after trailing at some point during the final 1 minutes. In the national semifinals, the 
Cardinals rallied from an 1 1 -point deficit with 8:14 to play to vanquish then top- 
ranked Ohio Northern, 82-77. 

In his final season at Catholic, Lonergan's team was 10-5 before reeling off 14- 
consecutive wins to finish the season 24-8. The squad captured the CAC regular- 
season and tournament titles and reached its seventh-straight NCAA tournament. 

Before returning to his alma mater as the youngest head coach in NCAA Division 
III at 26, Lonergan served as an assistant coach at Colgate University for three 
seasons from 1989-1992. There, he served as the top recruiter for his former 
college coach, the late Jack Bruen, who was named Patriot League Coach of the 
Year in Lonergan's final season with the Red Raiders. 

Lonergan also served as an assistant coach at American International College in 
Springfield, Mass., from 1988-89 while earning his master's degree. 

Presidential Honor 

Lonergan earned many accolades during his time at Catholic University, but per- 
haps the greatest came a few weeks after he announced his decision to join the 
Terrapins. In May of 2004 at Catholic University's commencement ceremony, 
Lonergan was honored with the university's highest award, the President's Medal, 
The honor - given for extraordinary service to the Catholic church, the nation and to 
CUA - recognizes those who share the vision and exemplify the ideals of Catholic 
University. 

In 2000 Lonergan was presented with the first-ever Jack Bruen Award for "un- 
ending dedication to the game of basketball." In 2001 , he received the CUA Young 
Alumni Merit Award, an honor he shares with others such as New York Yankees 
General Manager Brian Cashman. 

Lonergan, who served as an associate athletics director in addition to his coach- 
ing responsibilities at Catholic, founded the CUA Hardwood Club that raised S30.000 
annually for the basketball program. He is an active member of Coaches vs. Cancer, 
the Special Olympics and the Knights of Columbus. 

Lonergan graduated from Catholic in 1 988, earning a B.A. in history. As a senior 
co-captain and starting point guard, he helped guide the team to a mark of 18-8, 
averaging 8.5 points, 5.2 assists, 3.0 rebounds and 2.3 steals per game. In 1 985- 
86, the three-year starter helped the Cards (19-8) win the ECAC South Region 
Tournament. 

Lonergan, a native of Bowie, Md., is married to Catholic University's women's 
basketball coach, the former Maggie Meagher, who led her squad to its finest sea- 
son ever in 2003-04. They have two children - a son Jack (5), and daughter Marga- 
ret (4). 



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In his first season on Gary Williams' coaching staff, former Terrapin All-American 
and NBA World Champion Keith Booth returns to place he called home from 1 994- 
97. A powerful and versatile athlete from his playing days in the post, Booth led the 
Terrapins to four NCAA Tournaments, including a pair of Sweet Sixteen appear- 
ances, and in 1 994 began Maryland's streak of what is now 1 1 -consecutive NCAA 
berths. 

In a dominant senior season at Maryland, Booth led the Terps in scoring (19.5 
ppg), rebounding (7.9 rpg) and steals (2.0 spg) and is still Maryland's all-time leader 
in free throws made (576). Booth finished his impressive career at Maryland among 
the Terps' all-time leaders in scoring (Bth, 1,776 points), rebounding (6th, 916 
points], steals (5th, 1 93) and is one of 1 5 players to have his jersey honored above 
the Terps' home court at Comcast Center. 



Charm City Connection 



The Baltimore, Md., native's decision to attend the University out of Dunbar High 
School was considered one of the major recruiting windfalls for Williams and the 
Terps in the mid-1990s. As a 6-6 guard, Booth was frequently called upon by Will- 
iams to guard bigger opponents, and he always rose to occasion. 

"Keith Booth was the most important recruit during my years here in terms of 
getting our basketball program to the national level," said Williams when Booth was 
introduced as an assistant coach at his alma mater. "Keith always achieved success 
against larger opponents, and his competitive attitude will carry over to our players." 

As a senior at Dunbar, Booth was a Parade and McDonald's All-American selec- 
tion, he also led his team to the Maryland Class "A" State Championship. Booth was 
named "Player of the Year" in Baltimore City and the state of Maryland by the 
Baltimore Sun. A year earlier Booth led his Dunbar squad to a 29-0 record as a 
junior, helping the team to a No. 1 national ranking by USA Today. 

It was Booth's decision to attend Maryland that revived the Terps' recruiting 
pipeline to talent-rich Baltimore. Terrapin star Rodney Elliott followed Booth from 
the Charm City and enjoyed a successful career as a Terp, and in 199B another 
Baltimore native, Juan Dixon, arrived on campus. Dixon, of course, would help con- 
tinue Maryland's resurgence begun by Booth and teammate Joe Smith, as he even- 
tually became the Terps' all-time scoring leader and keyed Maryland to the 2002 
National Championship. 

Now back at Maryland to help extend the NCAA tournament streak that he 
helped begin, Booth will assist in all facets of the basketball program. Booth will work 
with the athletics department's Academic Support and Career Development to en- 
sure that the team's academic responsibilities are met. He will contribute to the on 
court coaching, opponent scouting, and recruiting. He will also assume responsibili- 
ties as the co-director of the Gary Williams basketball camp, coordinating the man- 
agement of the coaches, scheduling of the facilities, housing, meals and guest speak- 
ers. 



The Keith Booth File 

Coaching Experience 



2004-present 



University of Maryland Assistant Coach 



Assistant Coaching Positions 

Year School 



£004-05 Maryland 



International Experience 

• Five game, 1 2-day tour of Italy with Maryland basketball team in August of 2004 

Playing Experience 

• 1994-97, University of Maryland, basketball letter-winner 

• 1997-99, Chicago Bulls 

Playing Honors 

• AP third team All-America selection, 1 997 

• AII-ACC first-team selection, 1997 

• 199B NBA World Champion 

Personal 

Education: University of Maryland 2003, B.S. in Criminology and Criminal Justice 
Date of Birth: October 9, 1974 




Proven Champion 



After a stellar career at Maryland playing alongside Smith, Elliott Johnny Rhodes 
and others, Booth was an AP third team All-America selection as a senior in 1 997. 
Booth left Maryland with a host of accolades including AII-ACC honors four times 
over, earning first team honors as a senior, third team as a junior, and honorable 
mention designation during his freshman and sophomore seasons. 

Booth's teams appeared in two NCAA Sweet Sixteens, finishing his sophomore 
season as ACC Regular Season Co-Champions and ranked No. 1 in the country in 
the final AP poll. That year (1 994-95) the Terps compiled a 26-8 record, including a 
perfect 1 6-0 record at Cole Field House. Booth finished his Terrapin career with 
averages of 14.1 points per game and 7.3 rebounds. 

After his playing years at Maryland, Booth was a first round draft pick of the 
Chicago Bulls in 1997, taken as the #28 selection overall. Booth became the sec- 
ond player in school history to win a NBA Championship when the Michael Jordan-led 
Bulls won the title in 1 998. Booth had his best NBA game on March 30, 1 999. as 
he posted career highs of 1B points, nine rebounds and six assists against the 
Philadelphia 76ers. 

Following a pair of seasons in the NBA, Booth returned to campus and finished 
his degree in criminology and criminal justice in 2003. Booth worked at an after 
school program at his former high school Dunbar, and rediscovered his love of 
coaching while managing a middle school baseball team in Baltimore. 




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NINTH YEAR 
AT MARYLAND 




Troy Wainwright, the director of basketball opera- 
tions, is in his ninth 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 administration of the basketball office. 

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

A native of Berlin, Md., Wainwright has played an 
integral role in the Terps' success since his arrival. The 
Terps have appeared in the NCAA Tournament eight 
times, won the NCAA championship in 2002 and cap- 
tured the ACC title in 2004. Maryland has averaged 
nearly 25 wins during his eight seasons with the team, 
despite playing the second-toughest schedule in the 
nation a season ago, the third most difficult in 2002 
and the fifth most arduous in 1 998. In 2003, 1 998 
and 1 999 the Terps advanced to the Sweet Sixteen of 
the NCAA Tournament, and in 1 999, Maryland won 
■ 28 games and was ranked fifth in the nation. In 2001 , 
the Terps advanced to the Final Four and were ranked 
No. 4 in final rankings by USA Today/ESPN, and of 
course, in 2002 the Maryland basketball family cap- 
tured its first-ever national championship and finished 
with a No. 1 ranking. 

Among Wainwright's chief responsibilities is the ad- 
ministration of team travel plans. Wainwright coordi- 
nates all transportation [air and ground! as well as ho- 
tel accommodations. 
During his tenure, 
Wainwright has suc- 
cessfully coordinated 
travel to eight NCAA 
Tournaments, eight 
ACC Tournaments, 
Hawaii, Puerto Rico and 
Madison Square Gar- 
den, as well as every 
regular season game. 
Wainwright successfully 
directed the Terrapins 
up and down the East 
Coast during the 2002 
NCAA championship 
run, to Nashville and 
San Antonio as part of 
Maryland's 2003 
Sweet Sixteen cam- 
paign, and to Denver 
for a school-record 
11th straight NCAA 
appearance in 2004. 



This past summer, Wainwright played an integral role 
in coordinating travel for the Terrapins during a 1 2- 
dsy, five-game tour of Italy. 

Wainwright serves as the director of the annual Gary 
Wlliams golf tournament that raises money to endow 
scholarships for the basketball program. The tourna- 
ment has raised more than S2B5.000 during the eight 
years since Wainwright's arrival. As tournament direc- 
tor, Wainwright helps solicit sponsorships and partici- 
pants, and helps with event management on the day of 
the event, In addition, he coordinates team and indi- 
vidual player awards and a silent auction. 

Wainwright also serves as the co-director of the Gary 
Williams basketball camp each summer. He helps coor- 
dinate virtually every aspect of the camp including hous- 
ing, meals and camp speakers. The 2002-04 Gary 
Williams camps were the largest in its history, attract- 
ing more than 1 ,200 overnight campers each over a 
three-week period in each of the last three summers. 

A Terp Returns 

Wainwright was a sociology major at the University 
of Maryland and went on to work as an account man- 
ager with the Washington Bullets from 1992-1994. 
He then served as an advertising account executive at 
the Washington Times from 1994-96. He completed a 
degree at University of Maryland, University College in 
2004. 

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






The Troy Wainwright File 

Experience 

1 996-present University of Maryland, Director of Basketball Operations 



Operations Positions 

Year School 


Team Accomplishments 


1996-97 


Maryland 


NCAA Southeasr Ren on First Round 


1997-98 


Maryland 


NCAA I'vestPs^cr =emf-ss 


1998-99 


Maryland 


NCAA 5: _t- Pec z- S=~--ss 


1999-00 


Maryland 


NCAA Midwest Region Ssccrd Round 


2000-01 


Maryland 


NCAA Final Four, West Region Champions 


2001-02 


Maryland 


NCAA Champions 


2002-03 


Maryland 


NCAA South Reqion Semifinals 


2003-04 


Maryland 


ACC Champions, NCAA C=-.=- Fbc;- Se:;-3 q c.-c 



International Experience 

• Five-game, 1 2-dey tour of Italy witti Maryland basketball team in August of 2004 

Previous Experience 

• 198B-90, University of Maryland, Team Manager 

Personal 

Education: University of Maryland, University College, 2004, social science 

Date Of Birth: June 7, 1 987 

Family: Wife Noelle (married, August 10, 2002], Son: Callum (bom June 12, 2003] 



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ANDREW 
NOVICK 

Graduate Assistant 

(Chicago 99) 

2nd Year at Maryland 

Andrew Novick is in his 
second season as the gradu- 
ate assistant on Gary Will- 
iams' staff. He joined the Ter- 
rapins for their 2003-04 
ACC Championship cam- 
paign, making his return to 
basketball after three years 
in corporate America and a 
stint as the assistant varsity 
basketball coach at Cheverus High School in Portland, 
Maine. 

Novick, who hails from the same hometown and at- 
tended the same high school as current Terrapin Nik 
Caner-Medley, became Maryland basketball's inaugural 
graduate assistant after being introduced to the pro- 
gram during the 2003 Gary Williams Basketball Camp. 

Novick, who is also currently pursuing a MBA in 
Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business, as- 
sists in the day-to-day activities of the basketball of- 
fice. Novick's responsibilities include: supporting recruit- 
ing, assisting in the management of Coach Williams' 
daily schedule, supervising the student-managers and 
assisting in operations. 

After earning a varsity letter and captaining Deering 
High's basketball team, Novick earned a bachelor's de- 
gree in political science from the University of Chicago 
in 1999. 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. 



JJ. BUSH CRAIG 





Athletic Trainer 
(Florida State 69) 
33rd Year at Maryland 

J.J. Bush is in his 13th 
season as the athletic 
trainer for Gary Wlliams and 
the Terrapin men's basket- 
ball program. The past 12 
years represents his second 
stint working with the pro- 
gram for the University of 
Maryland 30-Year Service 
Award winner, as he was 
also the team's trainer from 1 972-1 976. 

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

Bush came to the university in 1 972 as an assis- 
tant trainer and began working immediately with the 
men's basketball team. The team won the Atlantic Coast 
Conference regular season championship in 1 975 and 
averaged 23 wins per season during his first four-year 
stint. 

From 1 979 until 1 992, Bush served as the head 
trainer of the Terrapin football team, which claimed four 
ACC championships and played in nine bowl games dur- 
ing that era. In 1 992 he returned to Cole Field House 
and the basketball team as an assistant to the athlet- 
ics director. 

In addition to his training duties, Bush teaches basic 
and advanced courses on care and prevention of ath- 
letic 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 in the National Athletic Trainers As- 
sociation [NATAJ, and has worked extensively within the 
organization on improving athletic training methods. He 
has served on the governmental affairs committee at 
the national level and is a past president of the Mary- 
land Athletic Trainers Association. 

A native of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Bush, 58, gradu- 
ated from Florida State University in 1 9B9. He and his 
wife Gina have two children, Brandon and Jordan, and 
reside in University Park, Md. 





FITZGERALD 

Strength & Conditioning Coach 

(Maryland '96) 

5th Year at Maryland 



Class of 1 996 Maryland 
grad Craig Fitzgerald is in his 
second season as Terrapin 
basketball's strength and 
conditioning 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 prior to their ACC Champi- 
onship season in 2003-04. 

Fitzgerald works with Maryland's men's basketball 
players in the preseason and throughout the year to 
improve the Terps' levels of performance and reduce 
the risk of injury. He works with the Maryland coaching 
staff to implement 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 nine Terrapin alumni on the basketball staff, 
Fitzgerald has spent the last five years as the head 
strength and conditioning coach for Maryland's men's 
lacrosse, wrestling and women's volleyball programs, 
while assisting Dwight Gait with the strength and con- 
ditioning program of the Terps' football squad. 

As a player, Fitzgerald was a four-time dean's list 
and ACC Honor Roll member. He graduated with a 
double degree in government S politics and history in 
May of 1 996, and held strength posts at The Catholic 
University of America and Arizona State University be- 
fore returning to his alma mater. 

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




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TRADITION 



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11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



Seven Sweet ISixteens Since 1994 



PAT 
SHANNON 

Video Director 
(Maryland 95) 
9th Year at Maryland 




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Pat Shannon is in his sixth 
season directing video ser- 
vices for the men's basket- 
ball team. Shannon, who was 
promoted in January 2001 
to head the coaches' video 
and production needs of the 
Maryland athletics depart- 
ment, is in his ninth 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: utilizing the state-of-the-art net- 
worked SportsCode digital video analysis system to edit 
opponent game film, scout tapes, self -scout tapes and 
player clips; filming all Maryland games; overseeing film 
exchange and coordinating the acquisition, dubbing and 
management of the opponent game film library. Shan- 
non also provides support for the basketball staff at 
the Gary Williams summer basketball camps, the Gary 
Williams Golf Invitational and the annual season honors 
banquet. 

Shannon has accompanied the Terps to their last 
five 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 intercollegiate sports programs with the exception 
of day-to-day football duties. During the Comcast Cen- 
ter construction, Shannon oversaw the design and imple- 
mentation of the video operation and production facil- 
ity, including the video boards used during Maryland 
athletics events and other university-wide activities. 

A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Shannon received a de- 
gree in journalism from Maryland in 1995. He resides 
in Waldorf, Md. 



CLEO 

LONG-THOMAS 

Administrative Assistant to the 

Head Coach 

17th Year at Maryland 

Cleo Long-Thomas is in 
her 1 5th season as the ad- 
ministrative assistant to 
head coach Gary Williams 
and her 1 7th year overall at 
the University of Maryland. 
She coordinates the profes- 
sional schedules of Coach 
Williams and assists the 
coaching staff. In addition, 
she is responsible for the overall administration and 
the day-to-day managerial duties of the basketball of- 
fice. 

Long-Thomas coordinates Williams' schedule for de- 
partmental meetings, out-of-town speaking engage- 
ments and appearances. She also coordinates travel 
arrangements for the entire coaching staff and is re- 
sponsible for all of the senior day activities at the final 
home game of each season. In the postseason, Long- 
Thomas plans and coordinates the Terps' annual hon- 
ors banquet including all invitations, decorations, seat- 
ing and banquet room setup. The original administra- 
tive coordinator of the Gary Williams Basketball Camp, 
Long-Thomas still assists with day-to-day camp activi- 
ties such as application and registration. 

Long-Thomas and her husband, Jocquin, are the 
proud parents of three children: Tyrone, 36, Jabari, 
30, and Raven, 21 . Tyrone and his wife Yolanda have 
given Long-Thomas two grandchildren, T.J., 8, and 
Jovan, 4. 




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Admin. Asst. to the Asst. Coaches 

(Maryland '93) 

6th Year at Maryland 

Carole Bucco is in her sixth year working with the 
University of Maryland men's 
basketball program, serving 
as the administrative assis- 
tant to the assistant 
coaches for recruiting. 

Bucco coordinates all re- 
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CEFARATTI 

Assistant Equipment Manager 

(Maryland 01) 

4th Year at Maryland 



One of the nine men's 
basketball staff members to 
have attended the University 
of Maryland, Mike Cefaratti 
is now in his fourth 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 
issuing 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 
three 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 responsibili- 
ties with the men's basketball team, he serves as the 
equipment manager for the women's basketball, wres- 
tling, volleyball, field hockey and Softball teams. 

Cefaratti resides in Laurel with his fiance Meghann 
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ACC Tournament-Titles: msnou, -20m 

ACC Regular Season Titles': ws, mo, ms, 2002 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 

VjMOmON 




On Grinnon: The Terps' lone scholarship senior is the 
' only men's basketball player in school history to have 
captured both the NCAA and ACC titles ... the only 
Terrapin remaining from Maryland's 2002 national cham- 
pionship squad ... a fundamentally sound shooter with 
ever-improving size and strength ... expected to con- 
tribute for the Terps as a small forward but can also 
play shooting guard ... played a reserve role at both 
positions during his sophomore and junior campaigns ... 
a leader for the Terps off the court as the recipient of 
the 2003 and 2004 WBAL Academic Award. 

Williams on Grinnon: "Without Mike's play when it mat- 
tered last year, we probably would not have won the 
ACC Championship. He made the two free throws, 
played good defense and handled the ball pretty well 
against a great team. I was really happy for Mike be- 
cause you tell players all the time that they'll get their 
chance, and Mike got a chance in a key situation and he 
came through for us. I think Mike, because of that, will 
look at his senior year a little differently. He's finishing 
up his career, and I think he feels like he's got a shot to 
get some playing time, so we'll see what happens." 



As a Junior in 2002-03: Put in the most clutch performance of his career in the 
ACC title game vs. Duke (March 1 4) ... sank a pair of crucial free throws in overtime, 
giving the Terps an B7-82 lead with 50 seconds to play ... registered a career-high 
10 minutes, all the while playing defense against Duke's J.J. Redick ... averaged a 
career-best 4.1 minutes per game while seeing action in 1 1 contests as a junior ... 
eclipsed his career mark with 1 1 rebounds on the year ... lone field goal of the season 
came in the first half vs. Clemson (Feb. 24) ... notched a career-high four rebounds 
and tied his personal best with two assists vs. Md. -Eastern Shore (Jan. 6) ... grabbed 
a pair of rebounds and made 1-of-2 free throws vs. West Virginia in BB&T Classic 
(Dec. 7) ... had a career-high tying two assists in three minutes vs. Gonzaga (Dec. B) 
in the BBST ... first point of the season came on a free throw vs. the Bulldogs ... 
recipient of the Terps' 2004 WBAL Academic Award. 

As a Sophomore in 2002-03: Averaged 3.7 mpg while contributing 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 sophomore 
season ... registered a career-high six points in six minutes 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 perfor- 
mance 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 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 Aca- 
demic Award. 

As a Freshman in 2001-02: Swingman who played 
behind Byron Mouton and Drew Nicholas, appearing in 
1 6 games ... made his collegiate debut against Ameri- 
can (Nov. 1 7) ... registered his first college points against 
Delaware State (Nov. 24) ... recorded an assist vs. 
William & 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. 

At St. Dominic High School: Graduated in 2001 from 
St. Dominic High School in Oyster Bay, N.Y. ... aver- 
aged 19.0 points per game while leading St. Dom's to 
a No. 14 final ranking in the 2001 N.Y. State Class A 
Poll ... named team MVP and earned first team all-league 
honors ... led the perennial Long Island powerhouse 
Bayhawks to a season-high No. 3 ranking during his 
senior year ... scored 21 points in the regular season 
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 performance 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 junior ... teamed 
with former teammate Andre Collins at the Charm City Challenge in Baltimore, scor- 
ing 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. 1 8, 1 9B2 ... son of Karen and Hugh 
Grinnon ... has two older brothers, Jonathan (28) and Thomas (25) ... enjoys 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 
ambassadors and S.A.D.D. (Students Against Destructive Decisions) ... majoring in 
communication. 



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My nickname is: "The Mayor." 

CD in my CD Player the Most: License to Chill by Jimmy Buffett. 

Greatest athletic accomplishment: Beating Duke to win the ACC Championship last season. 

Maryland basketball player that will surprise you this year: Chris McCray. 

If I was Coach Williams for the day I would: Play golf to relax during the ACC season. 



Grinnon 

Year 


s Career Statistics 

GP-GS Min.-Avg. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Rsb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Blk 


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 


41-3.7 


5-11 


.455 


2-5 


.400 


6-9 


.667 


3-7 


10-0.9 


2-0 


3 


4 


1 


1 


18-1.6 


2003-04 


11-0 


45-4.1 


1-3 


.333 


0-1 


.000 


4-6 


.667 


3-8 


11-1.0 


2-0 


5 


4 





2 


6-0.5 


TOTAL 


38.0 


119-3.1 


8-21 


,381 


3-10 


.300 


12-17 


.706 


9-17 


26-0.7 


8-0 


12 


11 


1 


4 


31-0.8 


Grinnon 

Year 


s ACC Statistics 

GP-GS Min.-Avg. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pee. 


OP-DP 


Rsb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Aat 


To 


Blk 


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 


3-6 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


1-3 


3-0.8 


2-0 


1 


1 





1 


8-2.0 


2003-04 


2-0 


3-1.5 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


0-0.0 


0-0 














2-1.0 


TOTAL 


16-0 


22-1.4 


5-10 


.500 


2-4 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


a-e 


4-0.3 


3-0 


3 


3 





2 


13-0.8 


Grinnon 

Year 


s NCAA Tournament Statistics 

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


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-OR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Blk 


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 



2-2.0 



0-1 .000 



0-0 



.000 



0-0 



.000 



2-0 



2-2.0 



0-0 



0-0.0 



tmmm 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 




Grinnon's 2001-02 Game-by-Game Statistics (Freshman) 



Date 


Opponent 


s.ss 


Min. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3FG.A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


Q.O 


Tot 


PF 


A 


TO 


e 


s 


Pts 


N17 


American 


1-0 


2 


0-1 


::: 


0-1 


DOO 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


' 














c 





N24 


Delaware Stats 


1-0 


4 


1-1 


• ::c 


:-: 


ODD 


DO 


.ODD 


DO 


C 


1 














2 


D27 


IMam S Marv 


1-0 


3 


0-1 


.000 


D-1 


::: 


0-0 


::: 


:-: 





1 


1 


1 


c 








J3 


Norfolk State 


1-0 


2 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


ODD 


52 


1.000 


0-1 


1 


1 


1 





c 





2 


J9 


North Carolina 


1-0 


4 


■ c- 


.500 


1-2 


500 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 





D 


c 








3 


J17 


at Duke 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.ODD 


0-0 


ODD 


DO 


.000 


DC 

















D 





.=; 


at Wake Forest 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


::: 


0-0 


ODD 


D-0 


.ODD 


DO 














D 


D 


: 


J2E 


Florida State 


1-0 


2 


0-1 


::: 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


::: 


D-D 














D 


D 


c 


=: 


NC State 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.0D0 


0-0 


ODD 


:: 


CDC 


DO 














D 








F1C 


at North Carolina 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.ODD 


0-0 


OOD 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























F13 


Ee:"= a Te:n 


1-0 


1 


:-: 


.ODD 


DO 


ODD 


DO 


.ODD 


00 


D 





1 


D 











F2D 


at Demson 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


ODD 


D-D 


.ODD 


00 

















1 





F27 


at Florida State 


1-0 


5 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


::: 


0-0 


DDC 


0-0 





1 


1 


2 








c 


M3 


Virginia 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


DOO 


0-0 


.DOO 


0-0 























M17 


Wisconsin-NCAA 


1-0 


~- 


0-1 


.000 


00 


DOO 


D-D 


.000 


2-0 


2 








D 


c 









DNP-CD: Arizona, Temple, Illinois, Princeton, 
StatE-ACC, NC Stae-ACC, Siere-NICAA, 



Connecticut, Derrort, Monmouth, at Oklahoma, at NC State, at Georgia Tech, Demson, Duke, Wake Forest, Rorida 
Kentucky-NCAA, Cotinnecticut-NCAA. Kansas-NCAA, Indena-NCAA 



Grinnon's 2002-03 Game-by-Game Statistics (Sophomore) 



Date 


Opponent 


g-gs 


Min. 


fg-a 


Pet. 


3FG-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Prt. 


0-0 


Tot 


PF 


A 


TO 


B 


5 


Pts 




Miami IO.) 


1-0 


4 


0-0 


OX 


:-: 


031 


II 


ccc 


■-: 


1 








1 








D 


N27 


Tne Crtadel 


1-0 


4 


D-0 


ODD 


0-0 


000 


2-2 


1.D00 


D-2 


2 





1 








D 


2 


N3D 


Duquesne 


1-0 


6 


D-1 


OOD 


DO 


ODD 


2-2 


1.D0D 


0-2 


2 


D 


D 


1 


D 





2 


D23 


UMBC 


1-0 


5 


:-: 


ODD 


DO 


OOD 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


D 


C 


c 











J4 


Waqner 


1-D 


3 


DC 


000 


0-0 


cc: 


:-; 


CCC 


00 








1 








: 


D 


JE 


Hamptor 


1-0 


B 


2-3 


BB7 


1-2 


500 


1-3 


.333 


1-0 


1 








1 


1 


D 


B 


J11 


Rorida State 


1-0 


3 


2-2 1 


OOD 


D-0 


ODD 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


1 








1 








5 


F2 


Loyola (Md.) 


1-0 


2 


0-1 


CCC 


:■■ 


c:: 


CC 


.DOO 


:•: 























F17 


Wake Forest 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


000 


D-0 


ODO 


DC 


.000 


D-0 

















D 


D 


=C-C 


North Carolina 


1-0 


4 


1-4 


250 


1-2 


500 


00 


.000 


1-0 


1 


1 











D 


3 


=55 


Ie-5:- 


1-0 


3 


D-0 


OOD 


D-D 


OOD 


DC 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 


1 








1 


C 



DNP-CD: vs. Indiana, vs. Notre Dame, vs. GW, Florida, at Wake Forest, Duke, at North Carolina, at Ctemson, NC State, Virginia, at Georgia Tech, at Florida State, 
at Duke, at NC State, at Virgins, vs. N. Carolire-ACC, vs. UNCW-NCAA, vs. Xavien-NCAA, vs. Michigan St.-NCAA 

Grinnon's 2003-04 Game-By-Game Statistics (Junior) 



Date 


Opponent 


G-ES 


Min 


FG-A 


Pet 


3FG-A 


Pet 


FT-A 


Pet 


0-D 


P.eb 


PF 


Ast 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Pts 


N22 


American 


1-0 


B 


D-1 


.ODD 


0-1 


ODD 


DC 


.000 


D-0 

















1 





CE 


vs. Gonzaga 


2-0 


3 


0-1 


.ODD 


DC 


000 


1-2 


.500 


1-0 


1 


C 


2 











1 


D7 


vs. West Virginia 


3-0 


2 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


1-2 


.500 


1-1 


2 

















1 


D1D 


at Rorida 


4-0 


1 


D-0 


.ODD 


0-0 


ODO 


DC 


.DDD 


0-0 


D 








1 











D14 


Pepperdine 


SO 


4 


D-D 


.OOD 


DO 


ODD 


0-D 


.ODD 


DC 























D2C- 


UNC Greensboro 


B-0 


3 


0-0 


.ODD 


DC 


OOD 


OC 


CCC 


CC 





1 

















J3 


Mt. St. Mary's 


7-0 


4 


0-0 


.000 


D-0 


000 


0-0 


.000 


D-2 


2 





1 














JB 


UMES 


B-0 


9 


DC 


.ODD 


DC 


ODD 


0-D 


.000 


1-3 


4 





2 


2 











F22 


at Duke 


9-0 


2 


DO 


.ODD 


DC 


CCC 


Z~ 


.000 


00 





c 

















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1-1 


' CCC 


CC 


CCC 


c-: 


.000 


00 




















2 


M14 


vs. Duke-ACC 


11-0 


10 


D-0 


.DOO 


D-D 


ODD 


2-2 


1.D00 


0-2 


2 


1 





1 





1 


2 



DNP-CD: George Mason, Hofsfja, Wisconsin, at Florida State. No. Carolina, at Georgia Tech, Duke, at Demson. at Wake Forest, NC State, at Vrgrta. Florida 
State, at North Carolina, Georgia Tech. Wake Forest, at NC State, Virginia, vs. Wake ForesfrACC, vs. NC State-ACC. vs. UTEP-NCAA, vs. Syracus&NCAfl) 



Career 

Category / 


Highs 

Opponent-Date 


Points 


B 


vs. Hampton, 1/8/03 


FG 


2 


vs. Florida State, 1/1 1/03 




2 


vs. Hampton, 1/B/D3 


FGA 


4 


vs. North Carolina, 2/22/03 


3FG 


1 


vs. North Carolina, 2/22/03 




1 


vs. Hampton, 1/B/03 




1 


vs. North Carolina, 1/9/02 


3FGA 


2 


vs. Hampton, 1/B/D3 




2 


vs. North Carolina, 1/9/02 


FT 


2 


vs. Duke-ACC, 3/14,04 




2 


vs. The Citadel, 1127/02 




2 


vs. Duquesne, 11/3002 




2 


vs. Norfolk State, 1/3/02 


FTA 


3 


vs. Hampton, 1/8/03 


Rebounds 


4 


vs. Md.-Eastern Shore, 1/6/04 


Assists 


2 


vs. Md.-Eastern Shore, 1/6/04 




2 


vs, Gonzaqa, 12/6/03 


Blocks 


1 


vs. Hampton, 1/8/03 


Steals 


1 


vs. Duke-ACC, 3/14/04 




1 


vs. American, 11/22/D3 




1 


vs. Clemson, 2/25/03 




1 


vs. Clemson, 2/22/02 


Minutes 


10 


vs. Duke-ACC, 3/14/04 









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alFour:aw/,a»f , 
iCC Tournament Titles: -mnmwM 
ACC RegularJSeasbn Titles': 7375, /. 




On Henry: Determined, physical walk-on player who prac- 
ticed with the Terps through much of ttieir national 
championship season in 9002 and saw game action 
across the last two seasons ... an agile and versatile big 
man who concentrates his efforts toward preparing 
the Terps for each upcoming opponent, and has earned 
minutes at the small and power forward positions ... a 
long-reaching post player with tremendous leaping abil- 
ity ... joined the team as a walk-on after dominating play 
at the Campus Recreation Center and in the intramu- 
ral leagues in his first two years of college. 

Williams on Henry: "Darien's contributions have been 
amazing to our team. Every day in practice he blocks 
somebody's shot. Very rarely do you get a walk on with 
the ability that Darien has. Darien could play a role this 
year, without a doubt, and to see him combine being an 
engineering major with being a basketball player has 
really been something for me to admire. His whole day 
is taken up with those two things and he does a great 
job in both areas." 

As a Junior in 20Q3-Q4: Played in nine games and 
averaged 2.2 minutes for the Terps as a |unior ... main- 
tained a career .500 field goal percentage, connecting 
on two of his four attempts on the season ... scored in 
back-to-back games with buckets vs. Pepperdine (Dec. 
1 4) and UNC Greensboro (Dec. 23) . . . played a career- 
high five minutes vs. American in season-opener (Nov. 
22), later tying that mark vs. the Waves (Dec. 14) ... 
grabbed a season-high two boards and added a block 
and a steal against the Eagles in the Terps' season- 



opening win ... came off the bench for one minute apiece 
vs. ACC opponents Clemson (Feb. 24) and Wake For- 
est (Feb. 28) ... saw first ACC action of the season 
with a minute late in the first half at Virginia (Feb. 4) .... 
played three minutes vs. UMES (Jan. B) and recorded 
a steal ... his action against the Hawks marked his fourth 
appearance across a five-game stretch ... recipient of 
the 2004 Maryland Basketball "Mr. Hustle" Award. 

As a Sophomore in 5002-03: 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 attempt in 
two minutes vs. Loyola (Feb. 2) ... grabbed a career- 
high 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. UMBC and registered his first 
points as a collegian, scoring three and adding a re- 
bound (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. 
27) and registered a blocked shot. 



6-6*208 
SENIOR, 2V 



At Seton Hall Prep High School: Graduated from Se- 
ton Hall Prep School in spring 2000 ... played just one 
year of varsity basketball, as a senior during 2000 when 
he averaged 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 ... born September 1 9, 
1 983 ... 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 university on a partial academic schol- 
arship ... favorite sports movie is "Blue Chips" ... major- 
ing in computer engineering. 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




§ 



11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 




Henry's 2003-04 Game-By-Game Statistics (Junior) 

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


PF 


Ast 


TO Blk Stl Pts 


N22 American 


1-0 5 0-0 


.000 0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 2 








110 


N25 GeorqE Mason 


2-0 1 0-0 


.000 0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


D 


D 





014 Pepperdine 


3-0 5 1-1 


1.000 0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 








D 2 


DS3 UNC Greensboro 


4-0 2 1-2 


.500 0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 








2 


J3 Mt. St. Mary's 


5-0 2 0-1 


.000 0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


• 








JB UMES 


B-0 3 0-0 


.000 0-0 


.000 


0-0 


::: 


:-: : 


1 





10 


F4 at Virginia 


7-0 1 0-0 


.000 0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 











F24 Clemson 


8-0 1 0-0 


.000 0-0 


::: 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 








D 


F2B Wake Forest 


9-0 0* 0-0 


.000 0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


DO 








D 


DNP-CD: Hofstra, Wisconsin, vs. Gonzaga, vs. West Virgine. at Rorida. at Rorida State, No. Carolina, at Georgia Tech. Duke, at Oemson, at Wake Forest, NC 
State. Ronda State, at North Carolina, Georgia Tech, at Duke, at NC State, Virginia, vs. Wake Forest-ACC, vs. NC Stete-ACC, vs. Duke-ACC, vs. UTEP-NCAA, 
vs. Syracuse-NCAAv 



HENRY UP CLOSE 

Nickname: "D-Nyce." 

Since coming to Maryland I've learned: To take care of myself 

One word to describe me on the court is: Learning. 

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

Favorite Quote: "Keep going." 




Career Highs 

Category I Opponent/Date 


Points 


3 


vs. UMBC, 12/2302 


FG 


1 


Ex) last vs. UNC-Greensboro, 
12/23/03 


FGA 


2 


vs. UNC-Greensboro, 12/23/03 




2 


vs. Hampton, 1/B/D3 




2 


vs. UMBC, 12/23/02 


3FG 







3FGA 







FT 


1 


vs. UMBC, 12/2302 


FTA 


2 


vs. UMBC, 12/2302 


Rebounds 


3 


vs. Rorida State, 1/11/03 


Assists 


1 


vs. Hampton, 1/B/03 




1 


vs. Duquesne, 11/30/02 


Blocks 


1 


vs. American, 11/22/03 




1 


vs. The Citadel, 11/27/02 


Steals 


1 


vs. Md, -Eastern Shone, 1/6/04 




1 


vs. American, 11/22/03 


1 vs. Waqner, 1/4/D3 




1 


vs. Duquesne, 1 1/3002 


Minutes 


5 


vs. Pepperdine, 12/14/03 




5 


vs. American, 1 1/22/03 






Henry's 

Year 


Career Statistics 

GP-GS Min.-Avg, 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2002-03 


9-0 


23-2.6 


5-10 


.533 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


3-5 


B-0,9 


5-0 


2 


1 


1 


2 


11-1.2 


2003-04 


9-0 


20-2.2 


2- 4 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


333 


0-2 


2-0.2 


2-0 








1 


2 


4-0.4 


TOTALS 


18-0 


43-5,4 


7-14 


,500 


0-0 


.000 


1-8 


.500 


3-7 


10-0.6 


7-0 


a 


1 


2 


4 


1S-0.S 


Henry's 

Year 


AGO Statistics 

GP-GS Min.-Avq, 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2002-03 


3-0 


10-3,3 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


,00D 


1-5 


6-2.0 


3-0 














2-0.7 


2003-04 


3-0 


2-0.7 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


,00D 


0-0 


0-0.0 


0-0 














0-0.0 


TOTAL 


B-0 


12-2.0 


1-4 


,250 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


,000 


1-5 


6-1.0 


3-0 














2-0.3 





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On Caner-Medley: A versatile and physical athlete that 
can play the small and power forward positions ... an 
aggressive, slashing scorer who owns a shooter's touch 
and the ability to hit from long range ... left-hander pos- 
sesses tremendous ball-handling skills for a player his 
size ... 50 career starts is the most for any current 
Terrapin ... one of three Maryland players from the state 
of Maine in school history, including Gary Williams' team- 
mate Joe Harrington and Jon MacDonald in the late 
1 960s ... worked alongside Michael Jordan and other 
top collegiate players at the Michael Jordan Flight School 
in August 2004 ... on the Terps' summer Italian Tour, 
was a perfect 5-for-5 in double-figure scoring contests 
... averaged 16. 4 points per game in Italy, including a 
25-point effort in the win over Pistoia, and 5.8 rebounds 
per contest ... recipient of first-ever LeFrak Foundation 
Scholarship for men's basketball in 2003. 

Williams on Caner-Medley: "Nik had some great games 
early last season, especially in some of our non-confer- 
ence games against teams like Florida. As the year 
went on, I thought Nik got worn down a little bit, but he 
is stronger now and has worked hard in this offseason. 
As a left-handed player he has some advantages out 
there on the court, but he's got to get where he's more 
involved in every play. In other words, when he doesn't 
have the ball, he's got to do more things for us this year as a junior." 

As a Sophomore in 2003-04; Terp starter in all 32 contests ... finished third on 
team in scoring with 12.2 points per game and was the Terps' high-scorer in eight 
contests, including six of the first ten games ... third on the squad in rebounding 
[4.7 rpg), assists (55) and blocked shots t34) ... put in a career-best performance to 
spark the Terps in a win at No. 1 Florida (Dec. 1 0) . . . poured in 22 points (one below 
career-high) with six points in overtime ... set or tied career bests vs. Florida in field 
goals attempted (16), 3-point field goals (3), 3-point field goals attempted (7), re- 
bounds (13, previous career-high was eight) and minutes played (43) ... his 22 
points and 1 3 boards vs. Gators marked his first career double-double ... earned the 
Maryland Basketball "Clutch Performance of the Year" Award for his effort against 
Florida ... second career double-double came with a 15 point, 10 rebound effort at 
Florida State (Dec. 28) ... totaled 12 points, including 2-for-4 3-pointers and 4-for- 
4 free throws in the Terps' NCAA First Round victory over UTEP (March 18)... was 
one of five Terrapins in double figures with 1 3 points vs. Wake in ACC Quarterfinals 




CANER-MEDLEY DP CLOSE 

Favorite class: American Studies. 

Who are your role models/heroes: My parents. 

Favorite pro sports team: Los Angeles Lakers. 

What do you want to accomplish this season: Win a national title. 

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



11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



(March 1 2) ... put in a 6-for-B effort at the free throw 
line and grabbed eight rebounds vs. the Deacons ... 
registered 1 3 points vs. Virginia (March 7) with eight 
rebounds in a "must win" for the Terps to close out the 
season ... netted 1 3 of his 20 points in the second half 
vs. Wake Forest at home (Feb .28), and contributed 
four rebounds and three blocks . . . one of five Maryland 
players in double figures in the Terps' home victory over 
Florida State (Feb. 8) with 1 4 points and a career-high 
tying four blocks ... led five Terps in double figures at 
Wake Forest (Jan. 29) with 15 points ... paced Terra- 
pins with 21 points vs. Duke (Jan. 21) at home, scor- 
ing 13 in the final 9:21 of game ... grabbed a team- 
high eight rebounds vs. the Blue Devils ... scored 1 1 of 
his 1 7 points in the second half during Maryland's home 
win over North Carolina (Jan. 14) and added three re- 
jections ... led Terps with 1 9 points vs. UNC-Greens- 
boro (Dec. 23) and dished a career-high tying four as- 
sists ... made a clutch free throw with two seconds 
remaining in regulation to send the Wisconsin game 
into overtime for a Terp victory (Dec. 2) ... led the 
Terps with a career-high 23 points vs. George Mason 
(Nov. 25), and also contributed seven boards and three 
assists. 



As a Freshman in 2002-03: Became the first true 
freshman to start regularly at Maryland since Steve Blake in 1 999-00, totaling 1 8 
starts in 31 games ... shared time with Calvin McCall at small forward, averaging 5.9 
ppg and 3.5 rpg in his first collegiate season ... averaged 6.0 ppg and 2.0 rpg in the 
Terps' three NCAA Tournament games despite missing most of the Michigan State 
tilt (March 28) after injuring his ankle ... started nine of the team's last 1 1 games ... 
shot 20-of-33 (.606) from the field across the Terps' last eight games ... contrib- 
uted 12 points and two rebounds in NCAA Tournament opening win over UNC 
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. 12) , playing 17 minutes and 
grabbing four rebounds ... made nine straight starts before coming off the bench to 
score eight against No. 1 Duke (Jan. 18) ... registered then-career highs for points 
(14), FG (7), FGA (14) and minutes (26) in coming off the bench at Georgia Tech 
(Feb. 9) ... led the team in rebounds (7, including five offensive) and also had seven 
points in 1 8 minutes off the bench against Virginia (Feb. 6) ... scored nine points on 
4-of-5 shooting, with three rebounds, three assists and five steals vs. NC State 
(Jan. 30) ... collected six rebounds in 1 2 minutes in the Terps' gritty road 
win at Clemson (Jan. 25) . . . 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, scoring five points with two rebounds in 1 8 min- 
utes against George Washington (Dec. 8). 






Caner-Medley s Career Statistics 

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



Pet, 



3P-A 



Pet. 



FT-A 



Pet, OR-DR Reb-Avg, PF-0 Ast To Blk St Pts.-Avg. 



2002-03 


31-18 


519-16.7 


74-138 


.536 


10- 27 


.370 


25- 43 


.581 


50- 60 


110-3.5 


65-1 


30 


29 


20 


37 


183- 5.9 


2003-04 


32-32 


9S2-30.7 


142-328 


.433 


36-115 


.313 


69-105 


.657 


61- 90 


151-4.7 


71-2 


55 


69 


34 


27 


389-12.2 



TOTALS 



63-50 1501-23.8 216466 .464 46-142 



.324 



94-148 



.635 111-150 261-4.1 136-3 



65 



98 



54 64 572- 9.1 



Caner-Medley s 

Year GP-GS 


ACC Statistics 

Min.-Avg. FG-A Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2002-03 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 


2003-04 16-16 


496-31 .0 


69-176 .392 


19-70 


.271 


34-58 


,5B6 


30-36 


66-4.1 


38-1 


26 


40 


42 


11 


191-11.9 


TOTAL 32-25 


752-23.5 


105-243 .432 


25-84 


.298 


42-73 


.575 


55-63 


118-3.7 


79-2 


45 


56 


50 


34 


277-8.7 


Caner-Medley's 

Year GP-GS 


NCAA Tournament Statistics 

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


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Rab-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2002-03 3-2 


59-19.7 


8-12 .667 


1-2 


,500 


1-2 


,500 


3-3 


6-2.0 


4-0 


2 


2 


3 





18-6.0 


2003-04 2-2 


48-24.0 


4-10 .400 


2-5 


.400 


6-6 


1.000 


2-2 


4-2.0 


5-0 


4 


5 





1 


16-8.0 


TOTAL 5-4 


107-21.4 


12-22 .545 


3-7 


429 


7-8 


.875 


5-5 


10-2.0 


9-0 


6 


7 


3 


1 


34-6,8 



58 



mm 







i\ fOUI: 2001, 2002 

CC Tournament Titles:/ss*,-/sw,^M 

ACC Regular Season Titles: im, mo im, 



At Deering 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 Ath- 
lete of the Year ... named the state's Mr. Basketball 
and the Gatorade Player of the Year ... a Top 1 00 na- 
tional recruit who steadily drew more attention as his 
career progressed ... a finalist for the McDonald's All- 
America team ... remarkable scorer as a senior, tallying 
a school-record 51 points vs. South Portland [Feb. 1 2) 
... scored 47 points in consecutive games, had one game 
with 46 and another with 44 during his final high school 
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 36.5- 
point average in 2002 and a 26.8-point clip in 2001 ... 
Deering's career scoring leader with 1 ,641 points ... 
also led the Southern Maine Athletic Association ISMAA) 
as a senior with 15.6 rebounds and 4.2 steals per 
game, and added 4.6 assists ... posted 12.7 rebounds, 
4.4 steals and 4. 1 assists as a junior ... first-team all- 
state as a junior and senior, leading the SMAA in points 
and rebounds both seasons ... led his team to a 40-5 
record in his last two seasons ... played guard until his 
junior 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 team- 
mates Travis Garrison, John Gilchrist and Chris McCray 
... high school coach was Mike Francoeur. 

Personal: Niklas Anthony Caner-Medley ... born on Oct. 
20, 1 983 ... son of Joe Medley and Janet Caner ... has 
one brother, Patrick (13) ... featured in Sports 
///ustraterfs 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 ... majoring in American 
Studies 



2004-05 MARYLAND BA 



Career Highs 

Category # Opponent/Date 


Points 


23 


vs. George Mason, 11/25/03 


FG 


1D 


vs, Georqe Mason, 1 1/25/03 


FGA 


16 


vs. Georqia Tech, 2/19/04 




16 


at Florida, 12/10/03 




16 


vs. Georqe Mason, 1 1/25/03 


3FG 


3 


vs. Virqinia, 3/7/04 




3 


vs. Florida State, 2/8/04 




3 


at Wake Forest, 1/29/04 




3 


at Florida, 12/10/03 


3FGA 


a 


vs. Virqinia, 3/7/04 


FT 


6 


vs. Wake-ACC, 3/12/04 




6 


vs. Wake Forest, 2/28/04 




6 


at North Carolina, 2/15/04 


FTA 


9 


vs. Wake Forest, 2/28/04 




9 


at North Carolina, 2/15/04 


Rebounds 


13 


at Florida, 12/10/03 


Assists 


4 


vs. UNC-Greensboro, 12/23/03 




4 


vs. American, 11/22/03 


Blocks 


4 


vs. Florida State, 2/8.04 


Steals 


4 

5 


vs. Wisconsin, 12/2/03 


vs. NC State, 1/30/03 


Minutes 


43 


at Florida, 12/1003 






Caner-Medley s 

Date Opponent & 



N24 Miami IG.) 



M27 


The Citadel 


l-D 


17 


4-7 


.57' 


2-0 


.000 


4-7 


.571 


1-3 


4 


■ 


1 


2 


2 





12 


\:: 


Duquesne 


I -a 


17 


2-3 


3E7 


2-1 


.000 


4-7 


.571 


2-6 


B 





1 


1 








a 


D3 


.3 Indiana 


1-0 


14 


2-2 


1.000 


2-2 


222 


0-1 


.000 


0-2 


2 


1 








2 





4 


D7 


vs. Notre Dame 


1-1 


22 


4-6 


.667 


□-(] 


222 


0-0 


.000 


1-6 


7 


3 


1 








4 


8 


D3 


is GW 


I I 


18 


2-4 


522 


1-1 


I 022 


0-0 


.000 


2-0 


2 


3 


1 


2 





2 


5 


D14 


Florida 


1-1 


14 


1-2 


522 


20 


022 


'-2 


.500 


1-4 


5 


2 














3 


D23 


UMBC 


1-1 


19 


4-6 


.667 


1-2 


522 


2-2 


' 000 


6-2 


B 


2 


1 


1 





2 


11 


D29 


Georqia Tech 


1-1 


22 


3-6 


.500 


1-1 


I 022 


0-0 


222 


2-2 


4 


1 


1 


1 


2 





7 


J4 


Waqner 


1-1 


IB 


3-7 


.429 


1-1 


' 022 


2-2 


200 


5-1 


6 








1 


1 





9 


JB 


Hampton 


1-1 


14 


2-3 


.667 


0-1 


022 


0-0 


332 


0-1 


1 


2 


1 


2 


1 





4 


Jl ' 


Florida State 


1-1 


22 


3-6 


.500 


0-1 


002 


0-0 


.000 


l -4 


5 


2 


3 


3 


1 


1 


6 


J15 


at Wake Forest 


1-1 


11 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 


022 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


3 





1 





1 


4 


J1B 


Duke 


1-0 


15 


2-3 


.667 


2-3 


55" 


2-2 


: 222 


1-0 


1 


' 


1 


1 





2 


B 


„22 


at North Carolina 


1-0 


2 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





2 

















.25 


at Clemson 


1-0 


12 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


3-3 


6 


2 





3 





1 


2 


S2Z 


NC State 


1-0 


21 


4-5 


.800 


0-0 


.000 


1-3 


.333 


2-1 


3 


5 


3 


1 


1 


5 


9 


Fa 


Loyola (Md.) 


1-0 


19 


2-4 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-2 


2 





1 


1 


1 


2 


5 


FB 


V rginia 


1-0 


IB 


2-6 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


3-4 


.750 


5-2 


" 


3 


1 


1 





1 


7 


F9 


at Georqia Tech 


1-0 


2B 


7-14 


.500 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


6-0 


6 


3 


3 


1 





4 


•4 


Fl2 


at Florida State 


1-1 


17 


0-4 


.000 


0-2 


.002 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


4 


3 

















F17 


Wake Forest 


1-1 


13 


2-2 


1.000 


1-1 


' 020 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


4 


4 


1 


1 








5 


c 13 


a: Duke 


1-1 


21 


2-6 


.333 


0-1 


000 


2-3 


.667 


0-2 


2 


2 


3 








3 


B 


F22 


North Carolina 


1-1 


12 


2-3 


.667 


1-2 


500 


0-0 


.000 


0-5 


5 


2 


2 


1 





2 


5 


F25 


Z emson 


1-0 


13 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


020 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


3 


1 





2 





2 


M2 


at NC State 


1-1 


13 


2-3 


.667 


0-0 


222 


0-2 


.000 


1-0 


1 


3 





2 


1 





4 


v!2 


at V rq nia 


1-1 


18 


3-3 


1.000 


1-1 


1.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


1 


2 








1 


3 


7 


M ' 4 


is N Carolina-ACC 


1-1 


17 


4-11 


.364 


0-4 


.000 


1-1 


1.000 


4-1 


5 


4 


1 


2 





1 


9 


Vl= : 


is UNCW-NCAA 


1-1 


29 


5-7 


.714 


1-1 


1.000 


1-2 


.500 


2-0 


2 


1 





1 


1 





12 


v123 


vs. Xavier-NCAA 


1-1 


24 


3-5 


.600 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


2 





6 


M2B 


vs. Mich. St.-NCAA 


1-1 


6 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


1 


1 














Caner-Medley 

Date Opponent 


s 2003-04 Game-by-Game Statistics (Sophomore) 

G-GS Min FG-A Pet 3FG-A Pet FT-A Pet O-D Reb PF Ast TO 


Blk 


StJ 


Pts 


N22 


American 


1-1 


25 


4- 9 


.444 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


2-8 


B 


1 


4 


2 





1 


9 


\25 


Georqe Mason 


2-2 


35 


in b 


.625 


1-3 


.333 


2-2 


1.000 


2-5 


7 


2 


3 


4 





2 


23 


\aa 


Hofstra 


3-3 


33 


7 2 


523 


2-3 


.667 


3-6 


.500 


2-0 


2 





3 


2 


1 


2 


19 


22 


Wisconsin 


4-4 


38 


3- 8 


.375 


0-1 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


1-3 


4 


4 





2 


4 





7 


25 


vs. Gonzaqa 


5-5 


3D 


7-14 


.500 


1-5 


.200 


1-2 


.500 


1-3 


4 


2 


1 


4 


2 


1 


16 


C7 


vs. West Virqinia 


6-6 


33 


2- 5 


422 


1-1 


1.000 


1-1 


1.000 


2-8 


B 


1 


1 


2 








6 


CO 


at Florida 


7-7 


-3 


9-16 


5E2 


3-7 


.429 


1-2 


.500 


4-9 


13 


3 


2 


3 


1 





22 


D14 


Pepperdme 


8-8 


27 


4- 9 


44, 


2-3 


.667 


0-1 


.000 


3-3 


8 





1 





1 





10 


023 


UNC Greensboro 


3-9 


32 


B-'5 


533 


l -3 


.333 


22 


1.000 


14 


5 


2 


4 


1 





1 


19 


028 


at Florida State 


10-10 


38 


B-15 


423 


2-6 


333 


1-2 


.500 


5-5 


10 


5 


2 


3 


2 





15 


J3 


Mt. St. Marv's 


11-11 


31 


5- 9 


556 


C-l 


000 


4-4 


1.000 


2-2 


4 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


14 


JG 


UMES 


12-12 


29 


5-14 


35" 


2-5 


.400 


3-5 


.600 


4-1 


5 


2 


1 


2 


1 


4 


15 


J14 


No. Carolina 


13-13 


38 


--'3 


53B 


1-3 


.333 


2-2 


1.000 


1-3 


4 


2 


1 


4 


3 


1 


17 


J17 


at Georqia Tech 


14-14 


32 


1-12 


'02 


D-4 


.000 


3-4 


.750 


3-3 


6 


2 


1 


2 


1 


2 


5 


J2- 


Duke 


15-15 


34 


9-15 


303 


1-3 


.333 


2-2 


1.000 


1-7 


B 


2 


1 


1 


2 





21 


.25 


at Clemson 


16-18 


23 


5-12 


4'- 


0-2 


.000 


3-3 


1.000 


1-1 


2 


2 


1 


3 


1 


1 


13 


J29 


at Wake Forest 


17-17 


34 


6-12 


.462 


3-7 


.429 


0-0 


.000 


■ 2 


4 


3 


1 


5 


1 


2 


15 


Fi 


NC State 


IB-IB 


29 


4- 3 


.444 


1-4 


.250 


1-4 


252 


0-1 


1 


3 


2 


1 


1 





10 


FJ 


at Virqinia 


19-19 


24 


3- 9 


.333 


0-2 


.000 


2-6 


222 


1-1 


2 


2 


2 


2 





1 


B 


F3 


Florida State 


20-20 


2" 


5- 9 


.558 


3-7 


.429 


1-3 


.333 


1-2 


3 


3 


2 


1 


4 





14 


Fi5 


at North Carolina 


21-21 


33 


3-11 


.273 


1-6 


.167 


5-9 


.667 


1-0 


1 


3 


1 


1 








13 


Fig 


GeorqaTech 


22-22 


31 


5-16 


.313 


0-4 


COO 


0-0 


.000 


4-3 


7 


1 


2 


1 


2 


1 


10 


F22 


at Duke 


23-23 


24 


3- 8 


.375 


i-4 


.250 


2-5 


.400 


3-0 


3 


4 


2 


4 





1 


9 


F24 


Clemson 


24-24 


20 


0- 3 


020 


O-l 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 


2 


3 


7 


1 








<=23 


Wake Forest 


25-25 


36 


6-12 


500 


2-5 


.400 


6-9 


36" 


04 


4 


1 


1 


2 


3 





20 


V2 


at NC State 


26-23 


36 


2- 8 


250 


1-4 


.250 


3-3 


' 333 


1-1 


2 


1 


2 


3 


1 


1 


8 


V17 


V^q-a 


27-27 


34 


4 13 


.3oa 


3-8 


3-5 


2-6 


.333 


6-2 


B 


2 


2 








1 


13 


'."£■ 


vs. Wake-ACC 


29-23 


30 


3- B 


.500 


1-2 


522 


6-6 


1.000 


44 


8 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 


13 


v113 


vs. NC State-ACC 


29-29 


25 


0- 2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


4-5 


.800 


0-3 


3 


2 


1 


2 








4 


V4 


vs. Duke-ACC 


32-33 


27 


2- 6 


.333 


0-2 


.000 


1-3 


.333 


1-3 


4 


5 


2 








1 


5 


Mia 


vs. UTEP-NCAA 


31-31 


20 


3- 7 


.429 


2-4 


.500 


4-4 


■ 353 


0-0 





3 


3 


3 





1 


12 


\i22 


vs. Syracuse-NCAA 


32-32 


2B 


1- 3 


.333 


0-1 


022 


22 


' 222 


2-2 


4 


2 


1 


2 








4 



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On Garrison: Powerful post player who can score in- 
side or outside . . . can play with his back or front to the 
basket, rebound and defend in the interior ... earned 
second team ACC All-Tournament honors after a tre- 
mendous effort during the Terrapins' championship 
weekend ... Maryland's top returning rebounder at 5.2 
boards per game ... soft-shooting big man that contin- 
ues to take his game inside ... one of the ACC's top 
shotblockers after two seasons among league leaders 
... has been working diligently on all areas of his game 
during the offseason, and was the Terps' MVP during 
Maryland's Italian Tour in August ... averaged 16.4 points 
and 1 1 .0 rebounds across the Terps' five games in 
Italy ... top performances included an 1 8-point, 1 B-re- 
bound effort against Pistoia, and a 27-point, 12-re- 
bound performance during the Terps' comeback against 
Varese. 

Williams On Garrison: "Travis really played well for us 
down the stretch. He got more playing time as a sopho- 
more and took advantage of that and became a stron- 
ger inside player. Travis has always been able to shoot, 
but he proved I think to himself as much as anyone that 
he can also be a power player to go along with the 
shooting." 



As a Sophomore in S003-04: Played in 32 games, 

drawing 25 starts and playing 21 .8 minutes per game ... averaged a career-high 7.8 
points per game to go along with 5.2 rebounds, making him the Terps' top returner 
on the boards ... stepped up his play during the postseason, averaging 13.0 points 
and 8.3 rebounds to earn second team ACC All-Tournament accolades ... totaled 39 
points, 1 9 rebounds, four blocks and shot 1 2-for-24 [.5001 from the floor over the 
three tournament games ... also posted impressive numbers during the Terps' NCAA 
Second Round game vs. Syracuse, scoring a team-high tying 1 6 points and grabbing 
a team-high tying nine rebounds ... registered 1 2 double-figure scoring games with 
nine double-digit performances coming in the Terps' last 17 games ... averaged 9.8 
ppg over last 1 2 contests and 1 2.4 ppg during the postseason ... his 5.2 rebounds 
per game average ranked second on the squad and he averaged 7.0 rebounds 
during the NCAA Tournament ... ranked second on the squad with 36 blocked shots, 
finishing ninth in the ACC with 1 . 1 blocks per game ... totaled nine multi-rejection 
games and established a career-high with four blocked shots twice ... established a 
career-high with 19 points on 5-for-7 field goal shooting, including a 3-for-4 mark 
from 3-point range, in the Terps' ACC Championship victory over Duke (March 14) 
... also chipped in seven boards, two blocks and two steals against the Blue Devils in 
the title game ... posted his first career double-double with a team-high 1 B points and 
1 boards in the Terps' ACC Quarterfinal win over Wake Forest (March 1 2) ... also 
added three assists vs. the Demon Deacons ... tallied 1 points and three blocks in 
19 minutes at home vs. Wake Forest (Feb. 28) ... scored 1 1 points on 4-for-B 
shooting, including a 2-of-3 performance from 3-point range, at Duke (Feb. 22) ... 
paced Terrapins in scoring with 1 8 points at home vs. Georgia Tech (Feb. 1 9), and 




added seven rebounds ... grabbed a career-best 10 
rebounds in back-to-back games vs. Virginia (Feb. 4) 
and Florida State (Feb. 81... led the Terps with a ca- 
reer-high four assists vs. Seminoles ... netted 1 1 points 
with five boards on the road vs. Clemson (Jan. 25), 
followed by 1 3 points and five rebounds at Wake For- 
est (Jan. 29) ... nailed game-winning 19-foot jumper - 
his only basket of the game with 1 9 seconds left in 
overtime to lift the Terps to win over No.1 Florida in 
Gainesville (Dec. 10) ... added seven rebounds and a 
career-high tying four blocks in a career-most 30 min- 
utes ... put forth a 12-point, four-rebound, three-block 
effort against Hofstra (Nov. 29) ... tallied nine points 
with eight rebounds in 20 minutes in the Terps' sea- 
son-opener vs. American (Nov. 22). 

As a Freshman in 2002-03: Played in 30 games and 
started six, averaging 4.0 points and 3.1 rebounds in 
first college season ... scored five points and grabbed 
seven rebounds in the Terps' three NCAA Tournament 
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. 2) 
. . . sparked the Terps to a 1 5-0 run in a low-scoring 
first half with five straight points at Clemson (Jan. 25) ... registered seven points 
and three assists against Florida State (Jan. 1 1 ) in his second ACC game ... netted 
eight points and grabbed eight rebounds against UMBC (Dec. 23) in his first college 
start ... joined Nik Caner-Medley that game in becoming the first pair of true fresh- 
men to start for Maryland since March 1B, 2000, when Tahj Holden and Steve 
Blake started against lona in the NCAA Tournament ... played 2B minutes against 
No. 1 Indiana (Dec. 3) in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge, contributing 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 (Ohio) (Nov. 24) ... 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 
(Ohio). 



GARRISON UP CLOSE 



• •• 



CD in my CD player: The Black Album, Jay-Z. 

Favorite book: Life's Given Purpose. 

Since coming to Maryland I've learned: How to be independent. 

Who is your hero/role model: My mom, hands down. 

I came to Maryland because: Of its great basketball staff and atmosphere. 



Garrison's Career Statistics 

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


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-* 


i Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-Avg 


2002-03 30- 6 362- 12.1 


45- 96 


.469 


3- 9 


.333 


26- 3E 


.684 


32- 61 


93-3. ! 


71-2 


15 


58 


£5 


12 


119-4.0 


2003-04 32-25 696-21.8 


87-210 


.414 


1542 


.357 


62- 8E 


.729 


78- 87 


165-5.2 


91-3 


21 


43 


36 


16 


251-7.B 


TOTALS 62-31 1058-17.1 


132-306 


.431 


18-51 


.353 


88-ia: 


.715 


110-148 


858-4.2 


168-5 


36 


61 


61 


88 


370-6.0 


Garrison's ACC Statistics 

Year GP-GS Mln.-Avg. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet, 


FT-* 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


lb 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2002-03 15-3 12B-8.5 


16-25 


.640 


1-3 


.333 


8-11 


.727 


8-18 


26-1.7 


30-1 


7 


10 


9 


4 


j-.= - 


2003-04 16-10 350-21.9 


42-99 


.424 


8-21 


.3B1 


27-3E 


.844 


3B-37 


75-4.7 


47-1 


10 


25 


11 


8 


119-7.4 


TOTAL 31-13 478-15.4 


58-184 


.468 


9-84 


.375 


35-4: 


.814 


46-55 


101-3.3 


77-8 


17 


35 


80 


18 


160-5.2 


Garrison's NCAA Tournament Statistics 

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


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-* 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2002-03 3-0 22-7.3 


2-6 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


1-E 


.500 


2-5 


7-2.3 


6-0 








2 





5-1.7 


2003-04 2-2 43-21 .5 


7-19 


.368 


1-4 


.250 


8-11 


7S7 


4-10 


14-7.0 


8-0 


3 


2 


3 


1 


23-11.5 


TOTAL 5-8 85-13.0 


9-85 


.360 


1-4 


.250 


9-i: 


.692 


6-15 


31-4.2 


14-0 


3 


8 


5 


1 


28-5,6 





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Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



High School: McDonald's Ail-American who graduated 
from DeMatha High School in 2002 ... led Stags to a 
31-3 record as a senior while averaging 17.7 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 lead- 
ing the Stags to a state Catholic title in the Alhambra 
Invitational ... USA Today third team All-American and a 
consensus top 25 recruit ... named MVP of five tour- 
naments including the Adolph Rupp Classic in Kentucky 
and the Basketball Hall of Fame Classic in Massachu- 
setts, 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 1 999 ... 
a first team All-Met selection by the Washington Post 
and a second team All-Met pick as a junior ... averaged 
1 5 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 |unior ... participant in 
the Capital Classic alongside current Maryland team- 
mates Nik Caner-Medley, John Gilchrist and Chris 
McCray ... longtime friend and AAU teammate of 
McCray. 

Personal: Travis S. Garrison ... bom April 20, 1 984 ... 
son of Sheila and Lawrence Garrison ... has two older 
brothers, Lawrence (29) and Shavery (26) ... enjoys vis- 
iting museums and touring new cities ... has enjoyed 
growing up in the shadows of Washington, D.C, be- 
cause 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 ... majoring in 
criminology and criminal justice. 




Career Highs 



Category 


1 


Opponent/Date 


Points 


19 


vs. Duke-ACC, 3/14/04 


FG 
04 


5 


(7x1 last vs. Syracuse-NCAA, 3/20/ 


FGA 


11 


vs. Svracuse-NCAA, 3/20/04 




11 


vs. Duquesne, 11/30/02 


3FG 


3 


vs, Duke-ACC, 3/14/04 


3FGA 


4 


vs. Duke-ACC, 3/14/04 




4 


vs. NCState-ACC, 3/13/04 


FT 


8 


at Wake Forest, 1/29/04 




a 


vs. Hofstna, 11/29/03 


FA 


12 


vs. Hofstra, 11/29/03 


Rebounds 


10 


vs. Wake Forest-ACC, 3/1 2/04 




10 


vs. Florida State, 2/8/04 




10 


at Virqinia, 2/4/04 


Assists 


4 


vs. Florida State, 2/8/04 


Blocks 


4 


at Florida, 12/10/03 




4 


vs, Waqnen, 1/4/03 


Steals 


3 


vs. Duquesne, 11/30/02 


Minutes 


3D 


at Florida, 12/1003 




Garrison's 2002-03 Game-by-Game Statistics (Freshman) 

Date Opponent G<GS Mm. FG-A Pet, 3FG-A Pet. FT-A Pa. 0-0 Tot PF 


A 


TO 


S 


S 


Pts 


N24 Miami (0.) 


1-0 


22 


3-5 


.BOO 


3-3 


.000 


2-3 


.667 


2-4 


6 


2 


1 


1 


1 





8 


N27 The Citadel 


1-0 


16 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-3 


3 


3 


1 





1 


1 


2 


N30 Duquesne 


1-0 


1S 


4-11 


.364 


1-2 


.500 


2-2 


1.000 


3-4 


7 


3 











3 


11 


03 vs. Indiana 


1-0 


2B 


4-8 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


4 


5 


1 





2 





a 


D7 vs. Notre Dame 


1-0 


20 


1-7 


.143 


0-1 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


1-2 


3 


2 


1 


1 








4 


D8 vs. GW 


1-0 


21 


4-8 


.667 


0-0 


233 


2-2 


1.000 


1-5 


6 


2 


2 


2 


1 


2 


10 


D14 Florida 


1-0 


11 


0-4 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


2-0 


2 


1 





2 








1 


023 UMBO 


• i 


22 


22 


.667 


0-0 


.000 


4-7 


.571 


5-3 


8 


4 


1 


1 


2 


2 


a 


029 Georqia Tech 


1-1 


8 


1-2 


532 


0-0 


.000 


3-3 


.000 


1-1 


2 


3 





1 


1 





2 


J4 Waqner 


1-1 


14 


2-4 


.500 


1-1 


1.000 


2-2 


1.000 


2-7 


9 


4 








4 





7 


JS Hampton 


1-1 


14 


1-3 


.333 


0-1 


.000 


2-4 


.500 


2-5 


7 


4 


1 


1 


1 





4 


J1 1 Florida State 


1-1 


15 


2-2 


1.000 


1-1 


' 333 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 





5 


3 


2 


1 


1 


7 


J1 5 at Wake Forest 


1-1 


8 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 








2 








J1S Duke 


dnp-cd 
































J22 at North Carolina 


1-0 


2 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.0D0 


0-0 


.000 


2-1 


3 


2 





1 








2 


J25 at Clemson 


1-0 


16 


25 


=33 


0-0 


333 


1-1 


1.000 


1-1 


2 


2 


1 


1 





1 


7 


J30 NC State 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























F2 Lovola IMd.) 


1-0 


19 


4-7 


.571 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


1-2 


3 


4 








2 





8 


FB Virqinia 


1-0 


12 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-3 


3 


3 





1 








4 


F9 at Georqia Tech 


' D 


11 


0-2 


ODD 


0-1 


333 


2-2 


' 333 


1-2 


3 


3 


1 


1 








2 


F12 at Florida State 


1-0 


5 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 





2 


1 


1 


2 


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 


6 


0-0 


333 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 








1 








F22 North Carolina 


1-0 


8 


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 


0-2 


.000 


0-2 


2 


2 


1 





1 


1 


4 


M2 at NC State 


1-0 


B 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 




















2 


M9 at Virqinia 


1-C 


7 


1-1 


• 333 


0-0 


.000 


3-4 


753 


3-0 


3 


2 














5 


M14 vs. N. Caralina-ACC 


1-0 


11 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


1 














2 


M21 vs. UNCW-NCAA 


1-0 


8 


0-3 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 




















M23 vs. Xavier-NCAA 


1-0 


12 


2-3 


.667 


0-0 


333 


1-2 


.500 


2-2 


5 


4 








2 





5 


M2E vs Mich St -NCAA 


1-0 


2 


3-3 


.033 


0-0 


353 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





2 

















Garrison's 2003-04 Game-by-Game Statistics (Sophomore) 

□ate Opponent G-GS Mm FG-A Pet 3FG-A Pet FT-A' Pet O-D Reb PF Ast 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Pts 


N22 American 


1-1 


20 


3-6 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


3-4 


.750 


4-4 


8 


2 





3 


1 


1 


9 


N25 Georqe Mason 


2-2 


22 


2-8 


.250 


0-1 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


4-3 


7 


3 


1 





3 





5 


N29 Hofstra 


3-3 


17 


2-8 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


8-12 


.667 


4-0 


4 


1 








3 





12 


D2 Wisconsin 


4-4 


19 


3-8 


.500 


0-0 


353 


D-1 


533 


2-2 


4 


5 





1 


2 





6 


DB vs. Gonzaqa 


5-5 


25 


1-6 


.167 


0-0 


333 


2-4 


.500 


6-2 


8 


2 





3 


1 





4 


D7 vs. West Virqinia 


li-6 


28 


5-7 


.714 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


3-2 


5 


5 





1 


2 





11 


D1Q at Honda 


7-7 


30 


1-6 


.167 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-5 


7 


4 


1 


3 


4 





2 


D14 Pepperdine 


B-B 


5 


1-1 


1.000 


3-3 


333 


0-0 


333 


1-2 


3 


3 





D 


□ 





2 


D23 UNC Greensboro 


9-9 


25 


5-8 


E25 


32 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-3 


5 


2 


1 


2 


1 


1 


10 


D2B at Florida State 


10-10 


14 


£-= 


=32 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


4 


1 


2 





1 


9 


J3 Mt. St, Mary's 


11-11 


19 


2-8 


.250 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


3 


1 


2 





1 


2 


5 


JB UMES 


.- .. 


15 


1-6 


.167 


0-2 


.000 


2-3 


.667 


2-1 


3 


2 





1 








4 


J14 No Carolina 


13-11 


24 


2-5 


.400 


0-0 


333 


5-5 


1.000 


3-3 


6 


3 


1 


1 


1 





9 


J17 at Georqia Tech 


14-11 


2A 


: 5 


233 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


3-3 


6 


1 


1 


2 


1 





4 


J21 Duke 


15-11 


10 


2-3 


.667 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 





2 


1 





4 


J25 at Clemson 


16-1 ' 


28 


3-8 


.375 


1-1 


1.000 


4-4 


1.000 


3-2 


5 


4 








1 


2 


11 


J29 at Wake Forest 


17 ■■ 


27 


2-6 


.333 


1-2 


.500 


3 13 


233 


1-4 


5 


2 


1 











13 


F1 NC State 


1B-11 


29 


3-6 


.500 


1-2 


533 


0-0 


.000 


2-3 


5 


4 


1 











7 


F4 at Virqinia 


19-12 


12 


2-6 


333 


3-1 


333 


1-2 


.500 


6-4 


10 


3 





3 





1 


5 


FB Florida State 


20-13 


27 


1-6 


.167 


0-3 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


3-7 


10 





4 


3 








2 


F1 5 at North Carolina 


21-14 


21 


4-7 


.571 


0-1 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


2-1 


3 


5 





2 





1 


10 


F19 Georqia Tech 


22-15 


27 


5-10 


.500 


2-3 


.667 


4-4 


1.000 


5-2 


7 


3 


1 


3 


2 





16 


F22 at Duke 


23-1 B 


29 


4-8 


.500 


2-3 


5E7 


■-2 


333 


3-1 


4 


3 





3 


1 


2 


11 


F24 Clemson 


24-17 


18 


2-5 


.400 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


4 


4 













4 


F2B Wake Forest 


25-1 B 


19 


5-9 


.556 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


4 







3 





10 


M3 at NC State 


2B-19 


31 


1-6 


.167 


3-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


3 


4 










1 


2 


M7 Virqinia 


27 2C 


10 


1-4 


250 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


3-0 


3 


2 







1 


3 


2 


M12 vs. Wake-ACC 


29-2' 


29 


5-9 


55= 


1-3 


.333 


5-6 


.625 


3-7 


10 


1 


3 


3 


1 


1 


16 


M13 vs. NC State-ACC 


23-22 


21 


2-8 


253 


0-4 


.000 


0-0 


333 


1-1 


2 


1 







1 





4 


M14 vs. Ouke-ACC 


22-23 


28 


5-7 


.714 


3-4 


.750 


B-B 


753 


1-6 


7 


4 







2 


2 


19 


M18 vs. UTEP-NCAA 


31-24 


22 


2-6 


252 


1-3 


.333 


2-2 


=67 


1-4 


5 


- 


3 




1 


1 


7 


M2D vs. Svracuse-NCAA 


31-25 


21 


5-11 


.455 


0-1 


.000 


B-B 


"53 


3-6 


9 


4 


2 




2 





16 




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VIRGINIA REACH, VA. 



SALEM 
6-3 • 194 



JUNIOR, 2V 




63 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



On Gilchrist; A tough, physical point guard who runs the 
floor with proficiency and possesses an uncanny ability to 
finish ... ACC Tournament MVP and third team AII-ACC se- 
lection is Maryland's top returning scorer (1 5.4 points per 
game) and assist man (1 59) ... finished sixth in the ACC in 
scoring, fifth in assists (5.0 apg) and eighth in steals (1 .8 
spg) ... became the first Terrapin to lead his team in scoring 
and assists since Walt Williams (1990-91), and the first 
point guard to lead Maryland in scoring since John Lucas 
(1973-74) ... named to the Preseason John R. Wooden 
Award "Watch List" ... worked alongside Michael Jordan and 
other top collegiate players at the Michael Jordan Flight 
School and Nike Camp in August 2004 ... 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 certainly made a big splash at 
the end of the year, with the way he played in the ACC 
Tournament, and that was in his first year as a starter. He 
got the opportunity to play with Steve Blake for a year, which was good, and now 
John has his own identity at the point guard position. I expect John to continue to 
improve as a player and part of that is being more consistent. He had ups and downs 
like a lot of sophomores do, and now he is a junior and I expect the consistency level 
to be stronger this year." 

As a Sophomore in 2003-04: Played in all 32 games and started 30 in his first 
season as the Terps' primary point guard ... led the squad in minutes per game 
(34.0), scoring (15.4 ppg), assists (159, 5.0 apg) and steals (56, 1.8 spg) ... the 
first Terrapin to lead his team in scoring and assists since Walt Williams (1 990-91 ), 
and the first point guard to lead Maryland in scoring since John Lucas (1 973-74) ... 
Terps' leading scorer in 14 games, including eight of the last 12 contests ... aver- 
aged 1 9.4 ppg, shot .571 (36-for-63) from the floor, and hit .524 from behind arc 
(1 1-for-21) in five postseason outings ... reached double-figures in scoring in 26 of 
32 total games ... netted 1 8 points with seven boards, five assists and two steals in 
Maryland's NCAA First Round win over UTEP (March 18) ... unanimously earned 
ACC Tournament MVP accolades after scoring 26 points with seven rebounds and 
six assists in the Terps' championship victory over Duke (March 14) ... three-day 
ACC Tournament total included 72 points (24.0 ppg), 19 assists (6.3 apg), 16 
rebounds (5.3 rpg), six steals (2.0 spg), 2B-for-41 (.634) field goal shooting, and a 
staggering 9-foM 4 (.643) 3-point performance ... put forth a career effort to bring 
the Terps back from a 2 1 -point deficit top NC State in ACC Semifinals (March 13)... 




GILCHRIST OP CLOSE 



CD in my CD player the most: Startrak or any beat, club or RSB music. 

Since coming to Maryland I've learned: how to stay consistent and persistent. 

Favorite pro athletes: Jason Kidd, Stephon Marbury and Allen Iverson. 

Few people know that I: own about 20 sports jerseys from different pro teams and more than 30 baseball caps 

Favorite Quote: "I put my life on the line and make both free throws." - John Gilchrist. 



shot 9-for-9 from the field in the second half, with four 3- 
pointers, to score 23 of a career-high 30 points ... also 
added seven assists and four steals ... finished the game 
1 1-of-13 from the floor, including a 4-for-7 mark from 3- 
point range, in the first 30-point game by a Terrapin since 
Juan Dixon's 33 vs. Kansas in the Final Four (March 30, 
2002) and first 30-point ACC Tournament game since Keith 
Booth scored 36 vs. Georgia Tech on March 9, 1996 ... 
1 2 of his team-high tying 1 6 points came in the second half 
against Wake Forest in the ACC Quarterfinals (March 1 2), 
including the game-winning free throw with 3.7 seconds left 
... was a perfect 4-for-4 behind the 3-point arc, with six 
assists and five boards, against the Demon Deacons ... net- 
ted 26 points, grabbed four rebounds and dished five as- 
sists at home vs. Wake (Feb. 28) ... scored 19 ppints with 
six assists and a career-high tying five steals against Clemson 
(Feb. 24) in College Park ... put in a 14-point effort with 
eight rebounds at Duke (Feb. 22) ... chipped in 12 points 
with eight assists and five steals on the road vs. North 
Carolina (Feb. 15) ... scored 21 of his game-high 26 points 
at Virginia (Feb. 4) in the first half, and added a tip-in with five seconds left to seal key 
road win ... netted 1 2 points and added a career-high tying nine assists at Wake 
Forest (Jan. 29) ... amassed 27 points on 1 1 -of-1 9 shooting at Georgia Tech (Jan. 
17) and added six rebounds and three steals ... registered 20 points, five boards, 
five assists and three steals in Maryland's home win over No. 9 North Carolina (Jan. 
14)... shot 7-of-10 from the floor, 2-of-3 from long range, and made all four free 
throw attempts ... named ACC Player of the Week (Dec. 1 5) after putting in an 1 8- 
point, four-rebound, four-assist night in the Terps' victory over No. 1 Florida (Dec. 
1 0), and adding 24 points, seven assists and five rebounds in Maryland's win against 
Pepperdine (Dec. 1 4) ... established a career-high with nine assists, and added 1 2 
points and seven rebounds, in Maryland's overtime win over Wsconsin (Dec. 2) ... 
named the Terrapins' Co-Player of the Year and received the Most Assists award at 
the Maryland Basketball Honors Banquet in April. 

As a Freshman in 2003-03: Powerfully built true freshman who saw time at the 
point guard position during his first college season ... gave the Terps solid depth in 
the backcourt as a big guard to create match up difficulties for opponents ... aver- 
aged 5.3 points per game and shot .833 (5-for-6) from the field and .857 (6-for-7) 
from the free throw line across the Terps' three NCAA Tournament games ... to- 
taled 53 points (23-of-33 from field), 23 rebounds and 14 assists in the last eight 
games of the season ... netted six points and dished three assists in 1 5 minutes vs. 
UNC Wilmington in Maryland's NCAA first-round game (March 21) ... registered 
then-career highs for points (11) and rebounds (9) in 
Maryland's 40-point victory over North Carolina (Feb. 
22) ... scored six points with a pair of driving lay-ups 
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 points to go along with 



Gilchrist'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 Blk St Pts.-Avg 



2002-03 



31- o 



419-13.5 



57- 97 .588 B- 11 



.545 



22- 32 



£1- 44 



65-2.1 38-0 



52 



33 



25 142- 4.6 



2003-04 



32-3D 1087-34.0 



181-382 .474 43-112 



.3B4 



87-124 



.702 53- 91 



144-4.5 67-3 



159 



9B 10 56 492-15.4 



TOTALS 



63-30 1506-23.9 238-479 .497 49-123 



.399 109-156 



.699 74-135 209-3.3 105-3 211 



131 



13 81 634-10.1 



Gilchrist 

Year 


s ACC Statistics 

GP-GS Min.-Avg. 


FG-A Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet, 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg, 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2002-03 


16-0 


208-13.0 


30-49 .612 


3-5 


.600 


7-12 


.583 


14-26 


40-2.5 


18-0 


23 


22 


2 


11 


70-4.4 


2003-04 


16-15 


569-35.6 


88-200 .440 


18-59 


.305 


52-71 


.732 


28-44 


72-4.5 


35-1 


70 


58 


4 


31 


246-15.4 


TOTAL 


38-15 


777-84.3 


118-849 .474 


81-64 


.388 


59-93 


.711 


48-70 


118-3.5 


53-1 


S3 


80 


6 


48 


316-9.9 


Gilchrist 

Year 


s NCAA Tournament Statistics 

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


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg, 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-Avg, 


2002-03 


3-0 


44-14.7 


5-6 .833 


0-0 


.000 


6-7 


.857 


1-2 


3-1.0 


4-0 


5 


5 





3 


16-5.3 


2003-04 


2-2 


71-35.5 


10-22 .455 


2-7 


.286 


3-7 


.429 


4-5 


9-4.5 


6-1 


11 


5 





2 


55-12.5 


TOTAL 


5-8 


115-83.0 


15-88 .536 


3-7 


.896 


9-14 


.643 


5-7 


18-8.4 


10-1 


16 


10 





5 


31-6.8 



■ Ml 



— , 



a\ four-. zotu,2oo2 

kCC Tournament Titles: -m-iswm- 
ACC Regular Season Titles: ms, mi ms, im 



four rebounds and four assists vs. No. 14 Florida [Dec. 
14] ... collected six points on 3-of-3 field goal shooting 
and added five rebounds against Hampton (Jan. 8) ... 
recorded three assists during 1 6 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 
10 points in only his second game as a collegian, vs. 
The Citadel (Nov. 27). 

At Salem 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 title in 2001 as a junior ... team fin- 
ished 23-1 as a sophomore, 2S-1 as a junior and 1 7-2 
as a senior under coach Bill Cochrane ... team was 1 0- 
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 ... regarded as one of the top five prep 
point guards in the country ... averaged 20 points, eight 
assists and just 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 rebounds ... shot over 85 
percent from the free throw line and over 45 percent 
from the 3-point stripe in his last two seasons ... aver- 
aged 1 5 points and eight assists as just a sophomore 
... ranked as the top point guard at the 2001 Nike 
Camp in Indianapolis, and as the country's fifth-best 
point guard by The Sporting News ... played in the Charm 
City Challenge all-star game in Baltimore with Terrapin 
teammate Chris McCray ... joined McCray, Nik Caner- 
Medley and Travis Garrison as participants at the Capi- 
tal Classic at the MCI Center ... teamed with Duke's 
J.J. Redick while winning AAU 1 7-under and 1 9-under 
national championships ... also was an AAU All-Ameri- 
can. 

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

son of LaRita and John Gilchrist ... has an older brother, 
Roderick (27) end a younger sister, Jeanetta (1 5) ... 
enjoys fishing, boats, jet skiing and anything on water ... 
learned to fish with his dad's brother (Eric) and sister 
(Terri) ... 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 sum- 
mers ... spent his summers growing up in Norfolk, where 
he learned to play basketball at the Boys and Girls Clubs 
in that area ... majoring in American Studies. 



Career Highs 

Category * Opponent/Date 


Points 


30 


vs. NCState-ACC, 3/13/04 


FG 


11 


vs. NC State-ACC, 3/1/304 




11 


at Georqia Tech, 1/17/04 


FGA 


21 


at Virginia, 2/4/04 


3FG 


5 


vs. NCState-ACC, 3/1304 


3FGA 


7 


vs. NCState-ACC, 3/13/04 


FT 


B 


vs. Wake Forest, 2/28/04 


FTA 


9 


vs. Wake Forest, 2/28/04 


Rebounds 


9 


vs. North Carolina, 2/22/03 


Assists 


9 


at Wake Forest, 1/29/04 




9 


vs. Wisconsin, 12/2/03 


Blocks 


2 


vs. UNC Greensboro, 12/23/03 


Steals 


5 


vs. Clemson, 2/24/04 




5 


at North Carolina, 2'15/04 




5 


vs. Hofstra, 11/29/03 


Minutes 


44 


vs. West Virqinia, 12/7/03 






Gilchrist's 2002-03 Game-by-Game Statistics (Freshman) 

Date Opponent G-GS Mn. FG-A Pet. 3FG-A Pet. FT-A Pet, 0-0 Tot PF 


A 


TO 


B 


s 


Pts 


N24 Miami (0.) 


1-0 


'I 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 


5 











2 


N27 The Crtedel 


t-Q 


13 


2-2 


1.000 


1-1 


1.000 


5-8 


.625 


0-1 


1 





3 








1 


'5 


N30 Duquesne 


l-D 


15 


4-5 


.667 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


3 














4 


9 


D3 vs. Indiana 


1-0 


15 


0-2 


333 


3-3 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 


3 














D7 vs. Notre Dame 


1-0 


14 


2-3 


.5E7 


3-1 


233 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





2 





1 


1 





4 


DS is GW 


1-0 


14 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


333 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





2 


4 


1 








2 


D14 Florida 


1-0 


22 


5-8 


.625 


3-3 


335 


3-5 


553 


•■3 


4 


4 


4 


3 


2 


1 


10 


D23 UMBC 


1-0 


14 


0-4 


000 


0-1 


.000 


2-2 


I 555 


1-2 


3 





3 


1 





2 


2 


029 Georqia Tech 


1-0 


2D 


0-2 


.D00 


0-0 


.000 


2-4 


.500 


1-2 


3 


1 


2 


2 








2 


J4 Waqner 


1-0 


9 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


1 


1 


2 





1 





J8 Hampton 


1-0 


13 


3-3 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-4 


5 


1 


1 


1 





1 


6 


J1 1 Florida State 


1-0 


2D 


2-3 


.687 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


1 


3 


2 








4 


J15 at Wake Forest 


1-0 


19 


3-5 


.800 


1-1 


1.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


1 


2 





1 





1 


8 


J1B Duke 


1-0 


10 


2-2 


1.0D0 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-1 


1 


1 


3 








1 


6 


J22 at North Carolina 


1-0 


19 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 


.00 


2-2 


1.000 


2-1 


3 


1 


2 


2 





2 


8 


J25 at Clemson 


1-0 


11 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 


1 








1 


1 


2 


J30 NC State 


1-0 


7 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-3 


3 








2 








2 


F2 Loyola (Md.) 


1-0 


12 


0-2 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


1-1 


2 


1 


3 








1 


1 


F6 Virqinia 


1-0 


12 


2-4 


.500 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-1 


3 


2 


1 


1 


5 


2 


5 


F9 at Georqia Tech 


1-0 


8 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


1 


1 


2 


5 





4 


F12 at Florida State 


1-0 


10 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


5 


G 


3 


5 








2 


F17 Wake Forest 


1-0 


6 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-5 




















2 


F19 at Duke 


1-0 


4 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


1 


1 


1 











F22 North Carolina 


1-0 


14 


5-9 


.556 


1-1 


1.000 


0-1 


.000 


4-5 


9 


2 


1 


3 


1 


1 


11 


F25 Clemson 


1-0 


16 


4-5 


.800 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


5-2 


2 


2 


4 


2 





1 


8 


M2 at NC State 


1-0 


13 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


3 


2 


2 


1 





1 


4 


M9 at Virqinia 


1-0 


19 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


535 


1-4 


5 


1 





3 





1 


4 


M14 vs. N. Caralina-ACC 


1-0 


14 


4-7 


.471 


1-1 


niiu 


1-1 


' 555 


1-0 


1 


3 


2 











10 


M21 vs. UNCW-NCAA 


1-0. 


15 


2-2 


1.000 


o-o 


353 


2-3 


667 


0-0 





3 


3 


3 





1 


6 


M23 vs. Xavier-NCAA 


1-0 


8 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


555 


J-4 


' .555 


0-1 


1 


1 














5 


M28 vs. Mich. St.-NCAA 


1-0 


21 


2-3 


.667 


0-0 


530 


0-0 


C55 


1-1 


2 





2 


2 





2 


4 


Gilchrist's 2003-04 Game-By-Game Statistics (Sophomore) 

Data Opponent G-GS Min FG-A Pet 3FG-A Pet FT-A Pet D-D Reb PF Ast 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Pts 


N22 American 


1-1 


20 


1- 8 


.125 


0-3 


555 


5-5 


.000 


1-0 


1 


1 


4 


1 





5 


2 


N25 Georqe Mason 


2-1 


3D 


5-11 


.455 


1-3 


333 


0-1 


555 


1-3 


4 


2 


4 


2 


1 


3 


11 


N29 Hofstra 


3-2 


23 


6-11 


.545 


1-3 


333 


5-3 


525 


1-3 


4 


2 


6 


1 





5 


18 


D2 Wisconsin 


4-3 


41 


5-11 


.455 


3-2 


535 


2-2 


1.000 


0-7 


7 


2 


9 


1 


5 


1 


12 


06 vs. Gonzaqa 


5-4 


34 


5-14 


.357 


1-3 


333 


5-5 


.000 


3-3 


6 





3 


3 


2 


3 


11 


C 7 .5 West Virqinia 


6-5 


44 


6-10 


.600 


1-4 


252 


2-5 


.667 


1-2 


3 


2 


" 


8 





2 


15 


C 1 C at Florida 


7-6 


30 


7-12 


.583 


2-3 


65 7 


2-2 


1.000 


1-3 


4 


5 


J 


4 


1 


1 


18 


D14 Pepperdine 


B-7 


28 


10-18 


.556 


3-4 


750 


1-2 


.500 


3-2 


5 





- 


3 





1 


24 


023 UN3 Greer=to-; 


9-B 


29 


3- 7 


.429 


3-1 


055 


3-4 


.750 


0-2 


2 


2 


3 


1 


2 


1 


9 


D2B at Honda State 


10-9 


39 


5-10 


.500 


1-5 


.200 


4-4 


1.000 


0-2 


2 


2 


5 


6 


1 


2 


15 


J3 Mt. St. Mar/s 


11-10 


28 


5- 7 


714 


::•: 


1.000 


3-4 


.750 


2-4 


6 


2 


6 


3 








16 


JB UMES 


12-11 


29 


4-10 


4.-;n 


2-3 


.667 


3-5 


.600 


1-4 


5 





1 


2 


1 





13 


J14 No. Carolina 


13-12 


38 


7-10 


-50 


2-3 


.667 


4-4 


1.000 


0-5 


5 


2 


5 


5 


1 


3 


25 


J ' 7 at Georqia Tech 


14-13 


34 


1 ' 19 


5 7 S 


1-6 


.167 


4-5 


.800 


5-1 


5 


3 


1 


4 





3 


3" 


J21 Cj-e 


15-14 


2E 


3- ■ 3 


.300 


1-3 


.333 


3-4 


.750 


1-5 


R 


2 


7 


4 








■: 


J25 at Clemson 


16-15 


3' 


5-:; 


.455 


1-2 


.500 


4-4 


1.000 


2-5 


5 


2 


5 


2 








15 


J29 at Wake Forest 


17-16 


35 


3 " 


.273 


2-6 


.333 


4-6 


.667 


1-2 


3 


4 


9 


6 





2 


12 


F1 NC State 


, B .- 


33 


4-12 


.333 


0-3 


.000 


5-5 


555 


1-4 


5 


2 


3 


3 


5 


5 


B 


F4 at Vrqmia 


ia-ia 


3B 


9-21 


.429 


4-6 


35" 


-5 


555 


4-4 


B 





1 


9 


5 


2 


26 


FB Flonda State 


20 '3 


37 


3- 7 


.429 


1-3 


555 


4-5 


352 


0-3 


3 


3 


3 


2 








11 


F15 at North Carolina 


3 '-35 


38 


4-14 


.2B6 


3 


.2D0 


3-7 


.429 


3-1 


4 


2 


8 


3 


1 


5 


12 


F19 Georqia Tech 


22-2' 


29 


1- 7 


.143 


3-3 


.000 


2-3 


.667 


0-2 


2 


5 


4 


2 








4 


F22 at Duke 


23-22 


32 


7-19 


333 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


5-3 


B 


5 


3 


2 





3 


14 


F24 Clemson 


24-23 


36 


7-12 


533 


2-4 


.500 


3-7 


.429 


5 1 


■ 


1 


6 


3 


1 


5 


19 


F2B Wake Forest 


25-24 


38 


9-17 


.529 


0-4 


.000 


8-9 


533 


1-3 


4 


2 


5 


1 





2 


26 


M3 at NC State 


26-24 


35 


8-15 


.533 


24 


355 


3-5 


553 


0-2 


2 


3 


2 


2 





3 


21 


M7 Virqmta 


27-25 


38 


;. h 


.400 


0-1 


555 


2-2 


1.000 


5-3 


8 


2 


3 


4 





1 


6 


M12 vs. Wake-ACC 


2B-2S 


23 


5- 8 


.625 


4-4 


1.000 


2-4 


.500 


1-4 


5 


4 


6 


3 


1 





16 


M13 re. NC State-ACC 


29-27 


35 


11-13 


.846 


5-7 


.714 


3-3 


1.000 


1-3 


4 


3 


7 


1 





4 


30 


M14 vs. Duke-ACC 


32-2= 


43 


10-20 


333 


0-3 


.000 


6-B 


"53 


5-2 


- 


1 


6 


2 





2 


26 


M1B vs. UTEP-NCAA 


31-23 


38 


7-14 


.500 


1-3 


.333 


3-7 


423 


4-3 


7 


1 


5 


2 





2 


18 


M20 vs. Syracuse-NCAA 


32-30 


33 


3- B 


.375 


1-4 


255 


5-5 


.000 


0-2 


2 


5 


6 


3 








7 



M 



JlU 



11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 











}\fOUl. 2001, 2002 

CC Tournament naesna-iw-Mi 

ACC Regular Season Titles: \m, mo 1035,2002 



On McCray: Quick, athletic shooting guard who started 
and played major minutes at the No. 2 position in 2003- 
04 ... one of the Terps' most versatile defenders, ca- 
pable of guarding opposing guards and forwards ... ex- 
cellent ball handler with experience at the point guard 
postion ... proficient free throw shooter who paced the 
Terps with a .822 success rate at the line last season 
... local scoring star who is one of the most natural 
shooters on the squad ... sharpshooter and slasher who 
continues to improve and add strength to his frame ... 
netted 1 3.0 points per game on the Terps' summer 
Italian Tour to go along with 4.0 rebounds and 2.6 steals 
per contest ... scored at an SO percent clip from the 
free throw line in Italy, and put in a tour-best effort 
against Varese with 24 points, six rebounds four steals 
and a 9-of-10 mark from the chanty stripe. 

Williams on McCray: "Chris has really worked hard to 
get stronger and that has become important when you 
are shooter. Chris is a big guard, he's about 6-5 now, 
and can really shoot the ball so I think he gained confi- 
dence this offseason and all of last year. Hopefully that 
translates into his being one of the better shooting 
guards in the league this year," 



As a Sophomore in 2003-04; Contributed in all 32 

contests, earning starts in 30 games ... averaged 29.9 minutes per game, ranking 
third among returning players ... led the Terps by shooting .822 [97-of-1 18) from 
the free throw line last season, finishing fifth in the Atlantic Coast Conference and 
earning the Outstanding Free Throw Shooter award at the Maryland basketball 
honors banquet in April ... averaged 1 1 .0 points per game, making him one of four 
Terps to finish in double figures for the season ... improved his scoring average by 
7.9 points per game from his freshman to sophomore seasons ... averaged 13.8 
points in last nine games as the Terps finished the season with a 7-2 record . . . shot 
.520 (39-for-75) from the floor in the last nine games, including a .360 mark from 
3-point range ... stepped up his play in the Terps' two NCAA Tournament games, 
scoring at a 1 4.5 ppg clip while shooting .571 from the floor and .909 from the free 
throw line ... posted 20 double-figure scoring games ... ranked 1 0th in the ACC and 
second on the team with a 1 .7 steals per game average, and averaged 2.0 steals 
per game during the NCAA Tournament ... recorded 1 3 multi-steal games and seven 
contests with three or more thefts ... had at least one steal in all but four games this 
season ... also second on the Terps' squad with 90 assists (2.8 per game) ... scored 
1 points (including 4-of-4 free throws) vs. Syracuse in NCAA Second Round (March 
20) ... paced Terps with 1 9 points in NCAA win over UTEP (March 1 8), shooting 5- 
of-8 from the field, including 3-of-4 from long range and 6-of-7 at the free throw line 
... also dished four assists in the Terps' win over the Miners ... contributed 1 3 points, 
seven rebounds and four assists against Wake Forest in the ACC Quarterfinals 
(March 12)... netted 1 3 points with three steals in Maryland's comeback win over 
NC State in the ACC semifinal (March 1 3) ... scored 1 5 of his career-high 20 points 
in a "must-win" at home vs. Virginia (March 7) to pace the Terps ... set career-highs 
for field goals (seven), field goal attempts (1 6), 3-point field goals attempted (seven) 
and blocks (two) against the Cavaliers ... also chipped in five steals to match his 








season-high ... netted 18 points vs. Wake Forest at 
home (Feb. 28), hitting 6-of-1 1 field goals to go along 
with four rebounds and four assists ... came off the 
bench to score 1 4 points on 6-of-8 shooting, adding 
five boards in 27 minutes during the home win vs. 
Clemson (Feb. 24) ... led five Terps in double figures 
with 1 6 points at UNC (Feb. 1 5), with six assists and 
three steals in 30 minutes ... one of five Terps in double 
figures in the win vs. Florida State (Feb. 8) with 10 
points ... shut down FSU's Tm Pickett defensively, al- 
lowing him only two points in second half as the Terps 
pulled away after halftime ... contributed 1 1 points with 
five rebounds and three assists on the road against 
Clemson (Jan. 25) ... followed up a 15-point effort on 
the road vs. Florida State (Dec. 28) with a 15-point, 
five-rebound, three-assist performance against Mount. 
St. Mary's (Jan. 3) ... chipped in with 1 1 points against 
UNC Greensboro (Dec. 23) ... scored 1 1 points, in- 
cluding a 2-for-4 performance from beyond the arc vs. 
Pepperdine (Dec. 1 4), and tied a career-high with seven 
assists ... registered 18 points vs. West Virginia (Dec. 
7) at the BBE.T Classic, including three 3-pointers, and 
career-high seven assists ... netted 1 2 points with a 
career-high eight rebounds against Gonzaga (Dec. 6) ... 
contributed an excellent effort vs. Wisconsin (Dec. 2), 
hitting 6-of-8 field goals and 3-of-4 free throws for 1 6 
points ... scored 1 2 points and grabbed five boards against Hofstra (Nov. 29). 

As a Freshman in 2005-03: Played in 24 games, averaging 3.1 ppg in his first 
collegiate season ... scored seven points on 3-of-6 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. 18) ... netted eight points, a team-high six 
rebounds and a pair of 3-pointers during 1 1 minutes at Wake Forest (Jan. 15) ... 
established a career high in his third college 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. 8), while contributing four assists, three rebounds and four steals in 17 min- 
utes ... collected eight points, seven steals and a pair of assists in a career-high 21 
minutes against Wagner (Jan. 4) ... 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. 



McCRAY UP CLOSE 



• •• 



Favorite class: EDCP Leadership. 

Favorite actor: Martin Lawrence. 

Favorite pro sports team: Washington Redskins. 

Maryland basketball player that will surprise you this year: Darien Henry. 

I came to Maryland becuause: It has been my dream school since I was 1 years old. 



McCray' s Career Statistics 

Year G.GS Min-Avq FG-A 


Pet 


3FG-A 


Pet 


FT-A 


Pet 


Off.Oef 


Reb-Avg 


PF-FO 


Ast 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Pts-Avg 


2002-03 24- 223- 9.3 25- 58 


.431 


10- 26 


.385 


1 5- 23 


.652 


17- 21 


38-1 .6 


2S-2 


IS 


18 


10 


22 


75- 3.; 


2003-04 32-30 956-29.9 112-252 


.444 


31-101 


.207 


97--" 'IS 


222 


22- 22 


122-3 3 


93-6 


90 


62 


18 


22 


322- I ' C 


TOTALS 56-30 1179-21.1 137-310 


.442 


41-127 


.323 


112-141 


.794 


47-113 


160-2.9 


121-6 


109 


80 


2B 


73 


427- 7.6 



McCray's ACC Statistics 

Year 



2002-03 



P-GS 


Min.-Avg. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


lb 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-Avg 


14-0 


119-8.5 


9-24 


.375 


4-10 


.400 


I0-I2 


.833 


B-14 


22-1 .6 


19-0 


5 


3 


5 


4 


32-2.3 



2003-04 


15-14 


-53-23.5 


25- '22 


.440 


11-47 


.234 


51-65 


.785 


13-45 


25-3 2 


49-4 


42 


26 


c 


22 


• _ 2-'2 5 


TOTAL 


30-14 


577-19.2 


64-149 


.429 


15-57 


.263 


61-77 


.792 


21-59 


80-2.7 


68-4 


47 


34 


13 


26 


204-6.8 



McCray's NCAA Tournament Statistics 

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



3P-A 



Pet. 



FT.A 



Pet. OH-OR Reb-Avg. PF-D Ast To Blk 



2223-24 



2-2 



66-33.0 



8-14 .571 



3-6 .500 



10-11 



.909 



1-5 



6-3.0 



8-1 



8 



1 



TOTAL 



2-2 



66-33.0 



8-14 .571 



3.6 



.500 



10.11 



.909 



1-5 



6-3.0 



8-1 



8 



St Pts.-Avg 
4 29-14.5 



67 



5 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




TRADITION 



i 1 1 f ,1 f I il r 




11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



Seven Sweet iSixteens Since 1994 



At Fairmont Heights High School; Graduated from 
Fairmont Heights High School in 2002 ... two-time All- 
Met selection by the Washington Post ... averaged 26. 8 
points, 7.9 rebounds, 5.3 assists and 2.7 steals per 
game ...holds school career records for points (1 ,970) 
and three-pointers (1 97), and ranked 1 6th among D.C. 
metro scoring leaders as a senior ... 40 percent 3- 
point shooter ... averaged 29 points to go with six as- 
sists and four rebounds as a junior when he was a 
runner-up in voting for All-Met Player of the Year hon- 
ors ... 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 1 2-1 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 Balti- 
more 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 Gar- 
rison. 




Personal: Chris McCray ... born May 27, 1 984 ... son 

of Shirleeta McCray and Chris Wilson ... has two younger 
sisters, Sharde (17) and Shantel (6) and one brother, 
William Proctor (1 7) ... was a member of the NAACP 
Young Men's Club at Fairmont Heights ... favorite sports 
movie is "Love and Basketball" ... majoring in criminol- 
ogy and criminal justice. 




Career Highs 

Category 1 Opponent/Date 


Points 


20 


vs. Virqinia, 3/7/04 


FG 


7 


vs. Virqinia, 3/7/04 


FGA 


16 


vs. Virqinia, 3/7/04 


3FG 


3 


vs. UTEP-NCAA, 3/1B/D4 




3 


vs. West Virqinia, 12/7/D3 


3FGA 


7 


vs. Virqinia, 3.7/04 


FT 


6 


vs. UTEP-NCAA. 3/1 8/04 




B 


vs. Ouke-ACC, 3/14/04 




B 


at North Carolina, 2/15/04 


FTA 


B 


vs. Wake Forest, 2/28/04 


Rebounds 


8 


vs. Gonzaqa, 12/6/03 


Assists 


7 


vs. Pepperdine, 12/14/03 




7 


vs. West Virqinia, 12/7/03 


Blocks 


2 


vs. Virqinia, 3/7/04 




2 


vs, Pepperdine, 12/14/03 




2 


vs. Amerioan, 11/22/03 




2 


vs. Georgia Tech, 12/29/02 


Steals 


7 


vs. Wsqner, 1/4/03 


Minutes 


42 


vs, West Virqinia, 12/7/03 





McCray 's 2002-03 Game-by-Game Statistics (Freshman) 

Date Opponent G-GS Min. FG-A Pat. 3FG-A Pet. FT-A Pet. O-D Tot PF 


A 


TO 


B 


s 


Pts 


N24 Menu (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 


.667 


1-1 


1.000 


0-2 


.ODD 


D-0 








1 





1 


2 


5 


N30 Duquesne 


1-0 


11 


3-5 


.600 


2-3 


.867 


1-1 


1.000 


2-2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


9 


D7 vs. Notre Dame 


'-2 


6 


D-0 


.000 


2 2 


.000 


2-2 


.000 


0-0 


2 


2 





2 


2 








DB vs. GW 


1-0 


1 


00 


222 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 








1 








D23 UMBC 


1-0 


12 


1-1 


1.000 


O-D 


.000 


2-4 


.500 


1-0 


1 


1 





2 





2 


4 


D29 George Tech 


1-0 


7 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-1 


3 


2 


1 


1 


2 








J4 Waqner 


•■2 


21 


3-8 


375 


I -3 


222 


I -2 


.500 




2 


2 


2 


4 


1 


7 


5 


JB Hampton 


1-0 


17 


--5 


.444 


-.- 


.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 =: Wake ~:^es: 


1-0 


11 


3-5 


.600 


2-2 


1.000 


0-1 


.ODD 


2-4 


6 


2 


1 


2 





1 


B 


J18 Dute 


1-0 


14 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


4-4 


1.000 


0-0 


2 


2 


2 





1 


1 


5 


J22 at North Carolina 


1-0 


11 


0-2 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


3 


1 


2 


1 











J25 at Clemson 


1-0 


5 


D-0 


.ODD 


O-D 


.000 


O-D 


.000 


0-1 


1 








1 





1 





J30 NC State 


' 2 


- 


3-D 


222 


2-2 


222 


2 ' 


.000 


2-2 


2 


D 











1 





F2 Loyola MdJ 


1-0 


16 


3-6 


.500 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


4 





4 


1 





2 


7 


FB Virqinia 


1-0 


3 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


3 














2 


F9 at Georgia Tech 


1-0 


13 


1-3 


.333 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


2 





1 


1 





3 


Fia at Florida State 


1-0 


4 


1-2 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


2-2 


.000 


0-0 





1 


1 











3 


F17 Wake Forest 


1-0 


B 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


D-2 


2 


1 














2 


F19 at Duke 


1-0 


10 


1-3 


.333 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 


2 





1 








2 


F22 North Carolina 


1-0 


6 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


D-D 


.D00 


0-0 





1 

















F25 Clemson 


1-0 


8 


2 ' 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


O-D 


.000 


2-2 


2 


D 

















M14 vs. N-Carolina-ACC 


1-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























DNP-CD: vs. Indiana. Florida, at NC State, at 


Virginia, vs. UNCW-NCAA, 


vs. Xavier-NCAA 


vs. Mich. St.-NCAA 
















McCray's 2003-04 Game-By-Game Statistics (Sophomore) 

Date Opponent G-GS Min FG-A Pet 3FG-A Pet FT-A Pet D-D Reb PF 


Ast 


TO 


eik - 


Sti 


Pts 


N22 AMERICAN 


1-1 


17 


4-8 


.500 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


.ODO 


1-1 


2 


1 


2 





2 


1 


10 


N25 GEDRGE MASON 


2-2 


31 


2- '2 


.300 


"2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-3 


4 


1 


3 


4 





1 


6 


N29 HDFSTRA 


22 


29 


3-7 


.429 


1-4 


.250 


5-7 


.714 


3-2 


5 


1 


1 


1 


1 


3 


12 


22 .VSCCNEA 


4-4 


41 


6-8 


.750 


1-2 


.500 


3-4 


.750 


0-1 


1 


3 


2 


3 





2 


18 


DB vs. GDnzaqa 


5-5 


33 


3-10 


.300 


1-6 


.167 


5-5 


1.000 


3-5 


8 


4 


5 


2 





5 


12 


D7 vs. West Virqinia 


B-B 


42 


4-10 


.400 


3-6 


.500 


2-5 


.833 


0-3 


3 


4 


7 


4 


1 


4 


16 


D10 at Florida 


7-7 


22 


2-2 


222 


2-5 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


0-3 


3 


3 


2 


3 


1 




6 


D14 Pepperdine 


B-B 


25 


4-7 


.571 


2-4 


.500 


1-1 


1.000 


2-1 


3 


3 


7 





2 




11 


222- UNC Greensboro 


9-9 


2B 


4-7 


.571 


1-4 


.250 


2-3 


.667 


1-5 


6 





2 


1 


1 




11 


D2B at Florida State 


10-10 


29 


4-5 


.800 


2-3 


.687 


5-6 


.833 


2-2 


D 


5 


1 


5 


1 




15 


J3 Mt. St. Mary's 


11-11 


26 


6-11 


.545 


22 


.687 


1-1 


1.000 


1-4 


5 


2 


3 


2 







15 


JB UMES 


12-12 


27 


- 


222 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-4 


6 


3 


2 


2 


D 




2 


J14 No. Carolina 


13-13 


22 


• ~ 


.250 


0-1 


.000 


4-5 


■BDO 


1-3 


4 


1 


4 


2 








6 


J17 at Georqia Tech 


14-14 


30 


3-8 


.375 


1-4 


.250 


2-2 


1.000 


0-3 


3 


4 


1 


1 





2 


9 


J21 Duke 


15-15 


32 


3-6 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


D-0 


.000 


1-3 


4 


5 


2 


1 


1 





7 


,22 at 2e~s:' 


16-16 


35 


5-10 


.500 


1-4 


222 


2-2 


.000 


2-3 


5 


1 


3 


1 





2 


11 


J29 at Wake Forest 


17-17 


2B 


3-5 


522 


0-1 


.000 


3-4 


.750 


1-3 


4 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 


9 


F1 NC State 


18-18 


37 


22 


375 


0-4 


.000 


3-4 


.750 


1-5 


6 


3 


4 


3 





1 


9 


F4 at Virqinia 


19-19 


3D 


2-5 


.000 


0-2 


■DDO 


3-4 


.750 


0-5 


5 


1 


2 


1 


1 





3 


FB Florida State 


22-22 


23 


3-8 


.375 


0-2 


.DOD 


4-5 


.800 


1-2 


3 


3 








1 


1 


10 


F1 5 at North Carolina 


21-21 


30 


4-14 


2BB 


2-6 


.333 


6-7 


.857 




2 


5 


6 


4 





3 


18 


F1 9 Georqia Tech 


22 22 


28 


3-8 


.375 


0-4 


222 


2-5 


522 


0-2 


2 


2 


3 


1 


1 


2 


11 


F22 at Duke 


23-23 


20 


1-5 


.200 


22 


.000 


3-3 


1.000 


04 


4 


2 


3 


2 








5 


F24 Clemson 


2^-22 


27 


6-8 


.750 


1-1 


1.000 


1-2 


.500 


2-3 


5 


1 


2 


1 





1 


14 


F2B Wake Forest 


22-22 


32 


6-11 


.545 


1-3 


.333 


5-8 


.625 


2-2 


4 


5 


4 


1 





1 


1B 


M3 at NC State 


26-24 


19 


3-4 


"22 


1-1 


1.000 


2-3 


.667 


0-4 


4 


4 


4 


1 


2 


2 


9 


M7 Virqinia 


27-25 


35 


7-16 


-22 


1-7 


.143 


5-6 


.833 


1-2 


3 


3 


2 


1 


2 


5 


20 


M12 vs. Wake-ACC 


28-26 


30 


4-6 


.667 


1-2 


.500 


4-5 


.800 


1-6 


7 


4 


4 


2 


1 


1 


13 


M13 vs. NC State-ACC 


22" 


35 


4-8 


.500 


0-2 


.000 


4-4 


' 222 


0-1 


1 


2 


1 


2 





3 


12 


M14 vs. Duke-ACC 


22 22 


31 


1-8 


.125 


1-3 


.333 


5-5 


• 222 


• 2 


4 


5 


2 


2 





1 


9 


M1B vs. UTEP-NCAA 


2 '-22 


37 


5-8 


.625 


3-4 


.750 


B-7 


52" 


1-3 


4 


3 


4 


4 





2 


19 


M2D vs. Syracuse-NCAA 


22-22 


29 


3-6 


.500 


0-2 


.000 


4-4 


' 222 


0-2 


2 


2 


1 


4 


1 


2 


10 




_. 



a\ four-. 2001, 2002 

ICC Tournament Titles: /aw, -lamom— 
ACC Regular Season Titles': wo, mo, im,im\ 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETB 




On Bowers; An imposing, physical big man with a 
shooter's touch ... put forth a tremendous offseason 
effort and now boasts improved strength and size ... a 
major component of what should be a deep and im- 
pressive Terrapin frontcourt ... a formidable inside pres- 
ence with all the physical tools necessary to be a com- 
petitor ... started four of five games during the Terps' 
summer Italian Tour. 

Williams on Bowers: "Will is a part of that inside team 
that could be good for us, he just needs some strength 
to go along with his size. He has a very good touch, and 
he is working to get a little more comfortable with his 
back to the basket. In other words, Will has a tendency 
to shoot face up jump shots, but when you are 7-1 you 
want to be able to be an inside scoring threat at the 
same time." 

As a Freshman in 2003-04: Saw game action in 1 9 
contests, averaging 5.1 minutes per outing ... saw five 
contests of 10-plus minutes ... netted a career-high six 
points on 2-of-2 shooting with 2-of-4 successful free 
throws against Maryland-Eastern Shore (Jan. 6) ... tied 
career-high with four rebounds in only 1 minutes at 
Duke (Feb. 22) ... swatted a career-high two blocked 
shots at Georgia Tech (Jan. 17) in seven minutes off 
the bench ... originally recorded career-highs vs. 
Pepperdine (Dec. 14) with four rebounds and 13 min- 



\m 



WHS 



I 




utes... played nine minutes in the Terps' win at No. 1 
Florida (Dec. 10), chipping in with a rebound and the 
first blocked shot of his career ... earned 1 minutes of 
playing time vs. American in his collegiate debut (Nov. 
22) ... first career collegiate points came at the free 
throw line vs. Eagles, and also added two boards and a 
steal ... played in 1 3 of the Terps' first 1 5 games of the 
season. 

At Archbishop Spalding High School: Starting center 
for Archbishop Spalding in Severn, Md. ...averaged 13.5 
points per game as a senior to go along with B.O re- 
bounds per game ... blocked 76 shots and dealt 40 
assists as a senior ... shot 52.8 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 the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic As- 
sociation A Conference ... named to the Baltimore Sun's 
All-Metro first team in his senior 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 ... fin- 



CENTER 

HANOVER, MD. 

ARCHBISHOP SPALDING 

7-1 • 24B 

SOPHOMORE, IV 



ished 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 participated in 
the Jordan Capital Classic Blue/White game at MCI 
Center later that month with Strawberry ... high school 
coach was Mike Glick. 

Personal: William Loring Bowers ... born May 4, 19S5 
... son of Karen and William "Bill" Bowers, Sr. ... an only 
child ... also a member of the tennis team in high school 
... interests include U.S. history in the post-Civil War 
era and computers ... hopes to major in business. 



@L* 



-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 



i'li^ 




11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 




Bowers' 2003-04 Game-By-Game Statistics (Freshman) 



Date Opponent 


G.GS Min 

1-D 1D 


FG-A 
0-0 


Pet 

.000 


3FG-A 

0-0 


Pet 


FT-A 


Pet 


0-D 
1-1 


Reb 

2 


PF 

1 


Ast 




TO 

2 


Blk 

D 


Stl 

1 


Pts 


N22 American 


.000 


2-2 


i 000 


2 


N25 Georqe Mason 


2-0 1 


0-0 


.000 


CO 


.000 


0-0 


.ODD 


0-0 











D 


D 








N2S Hofstra 


3-D 1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 











D 











D6 vs. Gonzaqa 


4-0 1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 








D 














D1D at Florida 


5-0 9 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


I 


3 








1 








D14 Pepperdine 


S-0 13 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


I -3 


4 


1 


1 








D 


4 


D23 UNC-Greensboro 


7-0 10 


o-a 


.000 


0-0 


.coo 


0-0 


000 


1-2 


3 


3 


1 





Q 








D2B at Florida State 


8-0 5 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 


1 


1 











J3 Mt. St. Mary's 


9-0 7 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


2 














2 


JB UMES 


10-D 13 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-4 


.500 


0-2 


2 


3 


I 











B 


J14 No. Carolina 


11-0 a 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 











1 











J17 at Georqia Tech 


12-0 7 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


2 








2 


D 





J21 Duke 


13-0 2 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 











D 








J29 at Wake Forest 


14-0 2 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.ODD 


2-2 


1.000 


1-0 


1 


1 














2 


F4 at Virginia 


15-0 2 


0-0 


DOC 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


:•: 


a 


C 

















F1 5 at North Carolina 


1B-D 1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 

















F22 at Duke 


17-0 10 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


.000 


1-3 


4 


2 











1 





F24 Clemson 


1B-0 1 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 




















F2B Wake Forest 


19-0 Dt 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























DNP-CD: Wisconsin, vs. 
vs. UTEP-NCAA, vs. 


West Virginia, at Clemson, NC State, Florida State. Georgia Tech, 
Svracuse-NCAA 


at NC State, Virginia 


vs. Wake-ACC, vs. 


C State-ACC. 


vs. Duke-ACC, 





BOWERS up qlqse 

Favorite movie: Reservoir Dogs, 

Favorite book: A Season on the Brink by John Feinstein. 

Favorite food: Orange chicken. 

Favorite athlete at Maryland: Krista Pellizzi. 

Teammate that inspires me: D.J. Strawberry. 




Category 


* 


Opponent/Date 


Points 


6 


vs. Md.-Eastem Shore, 1/6/04 


FG 


2 


vs. Md.-Eastem Shore, 1/6/04 


FGA 


2 


vs. Md.-Eastem Shore, 1/6/04 




2 


vs. Mount St. Mary's, 1/3/04 




2 


vs. UNC-Greensbora, 12/23/03 




2 


vs. Peoperdine, 12/14/03 




2 


at Florida, 12/10/03 


3FG 







3FGA 


D 




FT 


2 


at Wake Forest, 1/29/04 




2 


vs, Md.-Eastem Shore, 1/6/04 




2 


vs. Peoperdine, 12/14/03 




2 


vs. American, 11/22/03 


FA 


4 


vs, Md.-Eastem Shore, 1/6/04 


Rebounds 


4 


at Duke, 2/22/04 




4 


vs. Pepperdine, 12/14/03 


Assists 


1 


vs. Md.-Eastem Shore, 1/6/04 




1 


at Florida State, 12/28/03 




1 


vs. UNC-Greensboro, 12/23/03 




1 


vs. Pepperdine, 12/14/03 


Blocks 


2 


at Geerqia Tech, 1/17/04 


Steals 


1 


at Duke, 2/22/04 




1 


vs. American, 11/22/03 


Minutes 


13 


vs. Md. -Eastern Shore, 1/6/D4 




13 


vs. Pepperdine, 12/14/03 



Bowers' Career Statistics 

Year GP-GS Min.-Avg, 



FG-A Pet. 



3P-A 



Pet. 



FT-A 



Pet. OR-OR Reb-Avg, PF-D Ast To Blk St Pts.-Avg. 



2003-04 



19-0 



97-5.1 



4-13 .308 



0-0 



.ODD 



8-13 



.615 



5-17 



22-1.2 20-0 



16-0.8 



Bowers' ACG Statistics 

Year GP-GS Min.-Avg. 



FG-A Pet, 



3P-A 



Pet. 



FT-A 



Pet. OR-DH Reb-Avg. PF-D Ast 



To 



Blk St Pts.-Avg. 



2003-04 



10-0 



32-3.2 



0-3 .000 



0-0 



.000 



2-4 



.500 



2-7 



9-0.9 



7-0 



1 



1 



2-0.2 



__ 



__. 



al four: 2ooi 2002 

ICC Tournament Titles: -isss,-im;2004 

ACC Regular Season Titles': im, mo, im, 2002 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETB 




I 



On Fofana: A powerful, wide-bodied big man who pos- 
sesses outstanding quickness and footwork ... a player 
who entered his freshman season with only three years 
of organized basketball experience, he improved steadily 
during his rookie campaign ... put forward a dedicated 
effort in terms of strength and conditioning this 
offseason ... gives the Terps a massive presence in the 
paint and will provide a major impact as he refines his 
skills and gains more game experience. 

Williams on Fofana: "Hassan probably had less experi- 
ence than any of our other players in terms of playing 
basketball. Pick-up games were big for Hassan this 
summer in getting ready for the season, because he 
needed the game experience. He's probably our stron- 
gest inside player, he's very solid, and he did some re- 
ally good things in some games last year. As he plays 
more basketball he's going to just keep getting better, 
as long as his attitude stays the way it is now." 

As a Freshman in 2003-04: Big man who became a 
regular in the Terrapins' frontcourt rotation, playing in 
each of Maryland's final 18 games and in 28 games 
overall ... averaged 1 .4 points per game and 1 .7 re- 
bounds during his inaugural season with the Terps, and 
improved his numbers to 2.3 ppg and 2.5 rpg during 
ACC contests ... shot an improved .417 from the field 
and averaged 10.8 minutes per game during confer- 
ence games as well ... scored 32 points over the Terps' 
last 1 7 games after scoring seven points in Maryland's 
first 15 games ... averaged 10.1 minutes over the 
Terps' last 1 4 games ... hit .700 from free throw line in 
last 10 games (7-for-10) ... netted a career-high six 
points at Duke (Feb. 22) due in part to a 4-for-B effort 




at the free throw line ... also grabbed three rebounds 
vs. the Blue Devils ... played a career-high 25 minutes 
with a career-best three blocks at home vs. Wake For- 
est (Feb. 28), and his six rebounds paced the Terps on 
the boards ... tallied a career-high 1 rebounds at Vir- 
ginia (Feb, 4) in a "must-win" situation for the Terps ... 
filled an important role off the bench inside vs. Clemson 
(Jan. 25), playing physical defense against Tiger senior 
big man Chris Hobbs . . . contributed four points in four 
minutes off the bench vs. NC State (Feb. 1 ) ... made his 
first career steal in a six-minute outing off the bench 
vs. Wisconsin (Dec. 2) and also had two boards vs. the 
Badgers ... scored his first point as a collegian on a 
first-half free throw vs. Hofstra (Nov. 29), with his first 
career field goal coming in second half vs. Pride ... played 
six minutes vs. American (Nov. 22) in his collegiate de- 
but, finishing the outing vs. Eagles with pair of blocks. 

At Hargrave Military Academy: 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 team- 
mates Will Bowers, D.J, Strawberry and Ekene Ibekwe 
in April 2003 ... prep coach was Mike Preston ... at- 
tended Holy Name Academy in Worcester, Mass. , prior 
to his enrollment at Hargrave. 



FORWARD/CENTER 

WESTON, MASS. 

HOLY NAME 

HARGRAVE MILITARY (VAJ 

6-10*280 

SOPHOMORE, 1V 



Personal: Hassan Fofana ... born April 19, 1983, in 
Guinea, on the West Coast of Africa and moved with 
his family to Togo at age five ... son of Mariame (mother) 
of the People's Republic of Congo (formerly Zaire) and 
Foumghe Fofana of Conkary, Guinea ... has lived with 
guardian, Dr. Gary W. Gibbons of Weston, Mass., since 
the age of 17 ... speaks five languages, including En- 
glish, French, Swahili and two other West African dia- 
lects ... interests include soccer, which he played from 
a young age, computers and swimming ... wears a size- 
1 9 basketball shoe, the largest since former Terp for- 
ward and strength coach Kurtis Shultz in 1 995 and 
believed to be the largest since Gary Williams' arrival at 
Maryland in 1 989 ... plans to major in international busi- 
ness and minor in computer science. 






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'Ji ! 



TRUDITIOH 



1 1 1 f : f r I »7 f 1 1 "f 



11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



Career Highs 

Category t Opponent/Date 


Points 


6 


at Duke, 2/22/04 


FG 


2 


at Virqinia, 2/4/04 




2 


vs. NC State, 2/1/04 




2 


atClemson, 1/25/04 


FGA 


5 


at Virqinia, 2/4/04 


3FG 







3FGA 







FT 


4 


at Duke, 2/22/04 


FTA 


6 


at Duke, 2/22/04 




6 


at Virqinia, 2/4/04 


Rebounds 


10 


at Virqinia, 2/4/04 


Assists 


2 


vs, Hofstra, 11/29/03 


Blocks 


3 


vs, Wake Forest, 2/2B/04 


Steals 


1 


at North Carolina, 2/1 5/D4 




1 


atClemson, 1/25/04 




1 


vs. Gonzaqa, 12/6/03 




1 


vs. Wisconsin, 12/2/03 


Minutes 


25 


vs. Wake Forest, 2/28/04 







Fof ana's 2003-04 Game-By-Game Statistics (Freshman) 



Date Opponent 


s-ss 


Min 


FG.A 


Pet 


3FG-A 


Pet 


FT-A 


Pet 


0-D 


Reb 


PF 


Ast 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Pts 


N22 AMERICAN 


1-0 


B 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.ODD 


0-0 


333 


0-0 














2 








N25 GEOP.GE MASON 


2-0 


1 


0-0 


.000 


D-D 


.000 


0-0 


333 


0-1 


1 

















c 


N29 HOFSTRA 


3-D 


11 


1-2 


.500 


D-D 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-3 


3 


1 


2 


1 








3 


22 :. s:o\s \ 


4-0 


B 


0-1 


.ODD 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 














1 





DB vs. Gonzaqa 


5-0 


13 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-3 


.000 


01 


1 








1 


2 


1 





D7 vs. West Virqinia 


6-0 


2 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.DOD 


0-0 























D14 Pepperdine 


7-0 


7 


1-3 


333 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


.DOO 


0-1 


1 


1 








2 





2 


D23 UNC-Greensboro 


8-0 


4 


: • 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 





1 











J3 Mt. St. Marys 


9-0 


2 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


000 


3-3 


.000 


0-0 





1 





1 











J6 UMES 


1D-D 


4 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.DOO 


1-1 


2 


2 














2 


J21 Duke 


11-0 


' 


3-D 


::: 


0-0 


xc 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























J25 at Ciemson 


12-D 


15 


2-3 


.667 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


1-1 


2 


2 





1 


I 


1 


4 


J29 at Wake Forest 


13-0 


7 


0-2 


.000 


D-D 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-1 


1 


3 





2 


1 





2 


F1 NC State 


14-0 


4 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


.000 


oo 





2 














4 


F4 at Virqinia 


15-0 


20 


2-5 


.400 


0-0 


.000 


I E 


.167 


7-3 


10 


4 








1 





5 


FB Florida State 


1B-D 


4 


:-' 


.ODD 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


3 





1 











F15 at North Carolina 


17-0 


13 


I -2 


50C 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


2 


2 








1 


1 


2 


F19 GeorqiaTech 


1B-0 


9 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


3 





1 











F22 at Duke 


19-0 


15 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


4-6 


.667 


2-1 


3 


3 





2 








6 


F24 Ciemson 


20-0 


12 


0-0 


.ODD 


0-0 


333 


0-0 


.000 


01 


1 


3 





1 


2 








F2B Wake Forest 


21-0 


2= 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


333 


' 2 


.500 


OB 


B 


3 





3 


3 





3 


M3 at NC State 


22-0 


9 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


02 


2 


2 

















M7 Virqinia 


23-0 


7 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


1-1 


2 

















4 


M12 vs. Wake-ACC 


u«-c 


14 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


333 


0-0 


.000 


04 


4 


2 





2 





1 


2 


M13 vs. NC State-ACC 


25-0 


B 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


000 


0-0 


333 


0-0 





2 











1 





M14 vs. Duke-ACC 


2B-0 


2 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 














1 








M1B vs. UTEP-NCAA 


27-0 


' 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


330 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





1 

















M20 vs. Syracuse-NCAA 


2B-0 


3 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


333 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 











1 











DNP: at Florida, at Florida State, No. Carolina 


at Georgia Tech 



























FOFANA UP CLOSE 



• •• 



Nickname: "Big H." 

If I could have dinner with any three people [in history op today): Nelson Mandela, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Queen Elizabeth. 

Favorite book: Narrative 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." 



Fofana's Career Statistics 

Year GP-GS Min.-Avq. 


FG-A Pet, 


3P-A 


Pet, 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2003-04 2B-0 225-8.0 


14-43 .326 


0-0 


.000 


11-25 


.440 


15-32 


47-1.7 


41-0 


2 


18 


16 


6 


39-1.4 


Fofana'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 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2003-04 13-0 141-10,8 


10-24 ,417 


0-0 


.000 


10-19 


.526 


13-20 


33-2.5 


30-0 





11 


g 


2 


30-2.3 


Fofana's NCAA Tournament Statistics 

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


3P-A 


Pet, 


FT-A 


Pet, 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg, 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2003-04 2-0 4-2.0 


0-2 .000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


0-0,0 


1 





1 








0-0.0 





72 



!■■■ 



.«!•• 



91 Four: 2001, 2002 

ICC Tournament Titles: w5j,/sw/tfMw — 
ACC Regular Season Titles': ms, isso was, 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETB 




On Ibekwe: A long, Isan dynamic post player with unlim 
ited athletic potential ... only Terp rookie to compete in 
every game during the 2003-04 season ... a talented 
shooter for his size who can take the ball to the basket 
and score in the post ... a high-flying finisher and shot 
blocker ... became the first freshman to lead the Terps 
in blocked shots (44) since Joe Smith (1993-94) ... av- 
eraged 10.6 points per game, 7.B rebounds and 1 .8 
blocks during the Terps' Italian Tour, including a 15- 
point, 1 3-board double-double effort against Biella ... 
named the Terps' LeFrak Foundation Scholar for the 
2004-05 academic year. 

Williams on Ibekwe: "Ekene's upside is unlimited because 
he's 6-9, he's quick and he's got great timing. With 
Ekene, a lot is going to be determined by how well he 
shoots the basketball, and how much stronger he gets 
between his freshman and sophomore year. He could 
be outstanding, but the potential has to translate onto 
the court." 

As a Freshman in 2003-04: Played in all 32 games, 
drawing seven starts during his rookie season ... led 
the Terps in blocked shots with 44, an average of 1 .4 
rejections per game ... recorded 22 games with at least 
one blocked shot and posted 1 1 multi-block games ... 
amassed 32 points and 29 boards across the Terps' 
last six contests ... played in both NCAA Tournament 
games, averaging 1 8.0 minutes per matchup while con- 
tributing 5.5 points per game and 7.9 rebounds ... 
grabbed nine rebounds and netted six points vs. Syra- 
cuse (March 20) in the Terps' NCAA Second Round 



game ... scored five points with six rebounds and ca- 
reer high-tying four blocks vs. UTEP (March 18) in his 
first-career NCAA contest ... contributed nine points, 
eight rebounds and two assists vs. Virginia (March 7) 
in a "must-win" situation for the Terrapins ... played 20 
minutes vs. Clemson (Feb. 24), gathering a career-high 
tying 1 rebounds (all defensive), blocking three shots 
and scoring six points ... contributed eight points and 
five rebounds in 10 minutes at North Carolina (Feb. 
15) ... made the most of his 13 minutes vs. Florida 
State (Feb. 8), grabbing four rebounds and blocking 
three shots ... scored 1 1 points (5-for-6 FG) and added 
five rebounds vs. North Carolina (Jan. 14) ... regis- 
tered seven points, seven rebounds and a career-high 
tying four blocks in his first collegiate start vs. UMES 
(Jan. 1 6) ... fell one point shy of a double-double against 
Mount St. Mary's (Jan. 3), with nine points, 10 re- 
bounds, a career-high tying four blocks and two steals 
in 22 minutes ... grabbed eight rebounds in 13 min- 
utes at Florida State (Dec. 28) ... netted a career-high 
1 3 points vs. UNC-Greensboro (Dec. 23) and added 
six rebounds ... had a solid outing in his collegiate de- 
but, scoring nine points with three blocks, two steals 
vs. American (Nov. 22). 



FORWARD 

CARSON, CALIF. 

CARSON 

6-9 • 210 

SOPHOMORE, 1V 



At Carson High School: A second team Parade High 
School Ail-American after averaging 19.9 points and 
10.2 rebounds per game as a senior at Carson High 
School ... also blocked 4.4 shots per game and aver- 
aged 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 Beach Press-Tele- 
gram 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 
junior and senior ... scored 1 8 points and was named 
to the all-tournament team as a participant in Baltimore's 
Charm City Challenge with Terrapin teammates Hassan 



^ . M 



04-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



, ~ Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



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 Rich- 
ard Masson. 

Personal: Ekene Brian Ibekwe ... born July 19, 1985 ... 
son of Agatha and Augustine Ibekwe, who hail from 
Nigeria ... brother, Onye Ibekwe ED), is a junior basket- 
ball player at Long Beach State ... has two sisters, 
Chinyere (16) and Ify (14] ... a recipient of the Scott 
Smith Scholarship Award and a member of the 
Principal's Honor Roll in high school ... interests include 
computers and working on his game ... aspires to be an 
entrepreneur when his basketball career is over ... 
majoring in letters and sciences. 




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Ibekwe's 2003-04 Game-By-Game Statistics (Freshman) 

Date Opponent G-GS Min FG-A Pet 3FG<A Pet FT.A Pet 0.0 Reb PF 


Ast 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Pts 


N22 American 


1-0 


1B 


4-6 


.667 


:■: 


.000 


I-3 


.333 


0-2 


2 


1 





3 


3 


2 


9 


N25 Georqe Mason 


2-0 


B 


2-2 


1.000 


:■: 


::: 


D-1 


::: 


2-3 


5 








1 


1 


1 


4 


N29 Hofstra 


3-0 


7 


2-2 


1.000 


D-0 


,000 


1-2 


.500 


1-1 


2 


3 





D 


2 


1 


5 


D2 Wisconsin 


4-0 


ID 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-2 


.500 


0-1 


1 


3 





1 


1 


2 


3 


D6 vs. Gonzaqa 


5-0 


8 


2-4 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 


3 





1 


2 





4 


D7 vs. West Virqinia 


6-0 


9 


D-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.D00 


:-: 


: 




















D10 at Honda 


7-0 


9 


1-3 


.333 


:: 


.000 


3-D 


.000 


1-1 


2 


3 





1 


D 





2 


D14 Pepperdine 


8-0 


17 


1-5 


.200 


u 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


4-0 


4 


4 





1 








4 


D23 UNC Greensboro 


9-0 


'5 


6-9 


.667 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


4-2 


6 


1 





1 


1 


2 


13 


D2B at Florida Stats 


10-0 


13 


3-B 


.375 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


5-3 


B 


3 


: 


1 








6 


J3 Mt. St. Mary's 


11-0 


22 


3-3 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


3-9 


.333 


2-B 


10 





1 





4 


2 


9 


JB UMES 


12-1 


23 


2-6 


.333 


:: 


.000 


35 


.500 


2-5 


7 





1 


D 


4 


1 


7 


J14 No. Carolina 


1 3-2 


19 


5-6 


.B33 


0-0 


.ODD 


1-1 


1.000 


4-1 


5 


5 





2 


D 


1 


11 


J17 =\ DeorqiaTett 


14-3 


16 


3-5 


.600 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


1-4 


5 


2 


D 


2 


2 


2 


7 


J21 Duke 


15-4 


1B 


' 4 


2;: 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.ODD 


D-2 


2 


3 


: 


4 


3 


1 


2 


J25 at Clemson 


1B-5 


9 


1-1 


1.000 


:: 


.000 


D-D 


.000 


1-1 


2 


3 





2 








2 


J29 at Wake Forest 


17-6 


15 


3-5 


.600 


1-1 


1.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


1 


4 


1 





1 


2 


8 


F1 NC State 


1 8-7 


11 


0-2 


.DDO 


D-0 


.000 


0-0 


.ODD 


1-1 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 








F4 at Virginia 


19-7 


10 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 


2 


1 


D 


3 


1 


2 


FB Florida State 


20-7 


13 


0-3 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


1-3 


4 





1 


1 


3 





2 


F15 at North Carolina 


21-7 


10 


4-7 


.571 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


.ODD 


3-2 


5 


5 











1 


B 


F19 GeorqiaTech 


22-7 


11 


2-3 


.667 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


3-2 


5 


4 


D 


2 





1 


5 


F22 at Duke 


23-7 


6 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.ODD 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 





1 





3 


: 


1 


1 


F24 Clemson 


24-7 


20 


1-4 


.250 


1-1 


::: 


3-4 


75C 


0-10 


ID 


3 


1 


1 


3 





6 


F2B Wake Forest 


25-7 


13 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


1-2 


3 


3 














2 


M3 at NC State 


2B-7 


9 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.ODD 


01 


.000 


2-0 


2 


1 


D 







1 


2 


M7 Virqinia 


27-7 


17 


2i 


-:: 


D-1 


.ODD 


5-7 


.714 


3-5 


B 


2 


2 


1 




D 


9 


M12 vs. Wake-ACC 


2B-7 


14 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


2 





3 




1 


4 


M13 vs. NC State-ACC 


29-7 


17 


2-4 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


1-1 


2 


1 





2 




1 


6 


M14 vs. Duke-ACC 


30-7 


■; 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.D00 


2-0 


2 


2 





1 







2 


M1B vs. UTEP-NCAA 


31-7 


16 


2-4 


.500 


D-2 


::: 


I -2 


.500 


1-5 


6 


4 


D 


1 


4 


1 


5 


M20 vs. Syracuse-NCAA 


32-7 


20 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


4-8 


.500 


1-8 


9 


5 


1 


3 


1 





6 



Career Highs 



■'■" «r 



.sasuS*"* 



Category 


f 


Opponent/Date 


Points 


13 


vs. UNC Greensboro, 12/23/03 


FG 


6 


vs. UNC Greensboro, 12/23/03 


FGA 


9 


vs. UNC Greensboro, 12/23/03 


3FG 


1 


vs. Clemson, 2/24/04 




1 


at Wake Forest, 1/29/04 




1 


vs. UNC Greensboro, 12/23/03 


3FGA 


2 


vs. UTEP-NCAA, 3/1 8/D4 




2 


vs. UNC Greensboro, 12/23/03 


FT 


5 


vs. Virqinia, 3/7/04 


FTA 


9 


vs. Mount St. Mary's, 1/3/04 


Rebounds 


10 


vs. Clemson, 2/24/04 




10 


vs. Mount St. Mary's, 1/304 


Assists 


2 


vs. Virqinia, 3/7/04 


Blocks 


4 


vs. UTEP-NCAA, 3/18/04 




4 


vs. Md.-Eastem Shore, 1/6/04 




4 


vs. Mount St. Mary's, 1/3/04 


Steals 


2 


(6x0 last at Wake Forest, 1/29/04 


Minutes 


23 


vs. Md.-Eastem Shore, 1/B/04 



EBKEWE UP CLOSE . 

Favorie movie: Gladiator. 

Pregame rituals: I stretch my socks out. 

Favorite place to hang out on campus: The gym. 

The best thing about Maryland is: The great support from our fans. 

Few people know that I: Like to draw. 




Ibekwe's Career Statistics 

Year GP-GS Min.-Avg. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2003-04 32-7 434-13 6 


61-121 


.504 


3-11 


.273 


32-62 


.516 


48-76 


124-3.9 


74-3 


10 


39 


44 


25 


157-4.9 


Ibekwe's ACC Statistics 

Year GP-GS Min.-Avg. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DP. 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2003-04 16-6 208-13.0 


28-53 


.483 


£-5 


.400 


15-25 


.600 


25-3B 


63-3.9 


42-2 


7 


20 


18 


11 


73-4.6 


Ibekwe'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 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2003-04 2-0 36-18.0 


3-8 


.375 


0-2 


.000 


5-1 D 


.500 


2-13 


15-7.5 


9-1 


1 


4 


5 


1 


11-5.5 







— 



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a\ font: zaoi 2002 

ICC Tournament Titles: ■m-w.-am- 
ACC Regular Season Titles 1 : m, mo, 1935,2m 




On Jones: A proficient sharpshooter with tremendous 
athleticism and the ability to score in a variety of ways 
... explosive finisher at the shooting guard position whc 
showed flashes of brilliance on the offensive end as a 
rookie ... excellent rebounder out of the backcourt ... 
improved defense and ball-handling will pay off on the 
court for the Terrapins ... was the Terrapins' most pro- 
ficient 3-point shooter as a freshman [.403) ... finished 
second for the Terps at the free throw line (.761). 

Williams on Jones: "Mike had a lot of hype coming in, 
and I think he went through what a lot of freshmen go 
through, especially guys that are considered great 
shooters. You can have the same shot in college that 
you had in high school, and the ball sometimes doesn't 
go in. You can lose your confidence a little bit and it 
takes a while to get that back. In Mike's case, I thought 
by the end of the year he was pretty confident out 
there on the court. He has to keep that now, and as he 
goes into this year, he has a chance to be a great 
shooter." 

As a Freshman in 2003-04: Played in 30 contests, 
averaging 10.0 minutes per game during his inaugural 
campaign ... Terps' season-leader in 3-point percentage 
(.403) as a freshman and Maryland's second-most ac- 
curate free throw shooter (.761 ) ... named ACC Rookie 
of the Week (Jan. 1 1) after a standout performance 
vs. UMES (Jan. 6) ... recorded career-highs in points 
(25), field goals (six), field goal attempts (11), free throws 
(11), free throws attempted, rebounds (six), assists 
(three), blocks (one), steals (three) and minutes (23) ... 
his 25 points vs. UMES were most by a Terp freshman 



since Drew Nicholas had 27 in Nov. 1 999 ... shot .455 
from 3-point range (5-for-1 1 ) in final seven games of 
season ... registered five points, two rebounds, two 
assists and a steal in 1 1 minutes vs. Syracuse (March 
20) in the Terps' Second Round NCAA match-up ... 
netted seven points and tied career-high with six re- 
bounds in the ACC Championship game vs. Duke (March 
14) ... nailed a crucial 3-pointer with 33 seconds re- 
maining in the second half to bring Terps within 75-74 
... was 4-for-4 at the free throw line in the final 0:41 
of overtime to help seal the victory ... scored eight 
first-half points in the Terps' "must-win" contest at No. 
1 6 NC State (March 3) ... netted 1 1 points in 1 3 min- 
utes at Wake Forest (Jan. 29), drilling a career-high 
three 3-pointers and hitting a pair of free throws ... 
contributed nine points and three boards in 13 min- 
utes vs. Mount St. Mary's (Jan. 3) ... hit a pair of 3- 
pointers for six points against UNC-Greensboro (Dec. 
23) and grabbed four rebounds ... scored eight sec- 
ond-half points in nine minutes vs. Pepperdine (Dec. 
14) ... hit a three-pointer and added a steal in five min- 
utes against Gonzaga (Dec. B) in the BBST Classic ... 



6-5 • 200 
SOPHOMORE, 1V 



put forth an outstanding effort vs. American (Nov. 22) 
in his collegiate debut, scoring eight of his 1 points in 
the second half ... named a CBSSportsline.com "Fresh- 
man to Watch" during the preseason. 

At Thayer Academy: A McDonald's All-Amencan and 
third team All-America selection by Parade Magazine 
after a standout career at Thayer Academy in Braintree, 
Mass. ... averaged 24. B points per game, 14.2 re- 
bounds, 3.0 assists and 2.3 steals in his final high- 
school season ... a 44 percent 3-point shooter and B5 
percent free throw shooter as a senior ... named the 
Gatorade Player of the Year for the state of Massa- 



-&- 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




TRADITION 



tiif.t r l j i f i ? u 



I'? 



11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



chusetts following his senior year ... also a first team 
selection of the Boston Globe and the MVP of the Inde- 
pendent School League, both as a junior and senior ... 
finished his career third all-time in scoring at Thayer 
with 2,021 points ... earned Patriot Ledger scholastic 
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-American 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 and one of seven children 
... has three brothers, Jerod (20], Maurice [17) and 
Jamal (14) ... has three sisters as well, Shauday (18), 
Jarquis (1 7) and Leeyah H) ... interests include draw- 
ing, computers, listening to music and playing video 
games ... won a video-game competition as part of the 
McDonald's All-American Game ... lists his mother as 
the person he most admires and Michael Jordan as his 
favorite athlete ... 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. 



Career Highs 

Category 1 Opponent/Date 


Points 


25 


vs. Md. -Eastern Shore, 1/6/04 


FG 


6 


vs. Md.-Eastern Shore, 1/6/04 


FGA 


11 


vs, Md.-Eastern Shore, 1/6/04 


3FG 


3 


at Wake Forest, 1/29/04 


3FGA 


7 


vs, American, 11/22/03 


FT 


11 


vs. Md.-Eastern Shore, 1/6/04 


FTA 


12 


vs. Md.-Eastern Shore, 1/6/04 


Rebounds 


6 


vs. Duke-ACC, 3/14/04 




6 


vs, Md.-Eastern Shore, 1/6/04 


Assists 


3 


vs. Md.-Eastern Shore, 1/6/04 


Blocks 


1 


vs. Florida State, 2/8/04 




1 


vs. Md.-Eastern Shore, 1/6/04 


Steals 


3 


vs. Md.-Eastern Shore, 1/6/04 


Minutes 


23 


vs. Md.-Eastern Shore, 1/6/04 






Jones' 2003-04 Game-By-Game Statistics (Freshman) 

Date Opponent G<G5 Min FG-A Pet 3FG-A Pet FT-A Pet 0-0 Reb 


PF 


Ast 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Pts 


N22 American 


1-0 


1B 


4-9 


.444 


2-7 


.286 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1 








1 





1 


10 


N25 George Mason 


2-0 


2 


0-0 


.ODD 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


D-0 





D 











D 





N29 Hofstra 


3-D 


10 


0-2 


.000 


0-2 


::: 


0-2 


.000 


D-1 


1 


1 


D 


D 











DB vs. Gonzaqa 


4-0 


5 


1-4 


.250 


1-3 


.333 


:: 


.000 


0-0 

















1 


3 


D7 vs. West Virqinia 


5-0 


1 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


D-0 























Q14 Pepperdine 


6-0 


13 


2-3 


.667 


1-1 


1.000 


3-4 


.750 


0-3 


3 


2 


2 


1 








8 


D23 UNC Greensboro 


7-0 


14 


2-4 


.500 


2-2 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-4 


4 





D 


1 








6 


D2B at Rorioa State 


8-0 


2 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























J3 Mt. St. Mary's 


9-0 


13 


3-5 


.600 


1-2 


.500 


2-2 


1.000 


1-2 


3 


1 











1 


9 


J6 UMES 


10-0 


23 


6-11 


.545 


2-3 


.667 


11-12 


.917 


4-2 


6 





3 


1 


1 


3 


25 


J14 No. Carolina 
J17 at Georqia Tech 


' l-C 
12-0 


9 
10 


I -4 
2-6 


25C 
.333 


D-2 
2-3 


::: 

.667 


3-4 
1-2 


75D 
.500 


2-1 
2-0 


3 
2 


2 
1 


1 



1 
1 


2 



: 




5 
7 


J21 Duke 


13-0 


7 


1-3 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 








1 








2 


J25 at Clemson 


14-0 


6 


1-3 


.333 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 


1 




1 








2 


J29 at Wake Forest 


15-0 


13 


3-5 


.600 


3-5 


.600 


2-2 


1.000 


0-1 


1 


4 













11 


F1 NC State 


1B-0 


10 


2-4 


.500 


0-1 


.000 


2-4 


.500 


3-1 


4 
















6 


F4 at Virginia 


17-0 


18 


2-7 


.286 


1-4 


.250 


2-2 


1.000 


2-1 


3 


3 




1 





1 


7 


FB Florida State 


•=-: 


14 


2-7 


2EE 


2-6 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


D-2 


2 







3 


1 





6 


F15 at North Carolina 


19-0 


a 


1-2 


.500 




1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 





' 










: 


3 


F19 Georgia Tech 


20-0 


16 


2-5 


.400 


1-4 


.250 


0-0 


.000 


1-0 


1 


2 





2 








5 


F22 at Duke 


21-0 


14 


1-4 


.250 


1-2 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 





1 





1 





2 


4 


F24 Clemson 


22-0 


5 


0-1 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


D-2 


2 




















F2B Wake Forest 


23-0 


5 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 























M3 at NC State 


24-0 


14 


2-4 


.500 


2-4 


.500 


2-2 


1.000 


0-3 


3 








2 





2 


8 


M7 Virginia 


25-0 


9 


0-4 


.000 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-4 


5 




















M12 vs. Wake-ACC 


26-0 


4 


1-3 


.333 


' 2 


.500 


D-C 


.000 


D-0 




















3 


M13 vs. NC State-ACC 


27-0 


a 


1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2 


1 


: 


: 


D 


: 


2 


M14 vs. Duke-ACC 


2B-0 


12 


1-2 


.500 


1-1 


1.000 


4-5 


.800 


2-4 


6 


2 





2 





1 


7 


M18 vs. UTEP-NCAA 


29-0 


8 


1-1 


1.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


D-0 








1 











2 


M2Q vs. Syracuse-NCAA 


30-C 


11 


1-3 


112 


"-3 


.333 


2-3 


667 




2 


1 


2 


1 





1 


5 


DNP: WISCONSIN, at Florida 



JONES UP CLOSE 



• •• 



The best thing about Maryland is: The beautiful campus. 

Favorite pro sports team; New England Patriots. 

Greatest athletic accomplishment; Making one of the big shots against Duke to help the team win the ACC Tournament last season. 

Favorite food: Steak and cheese sub. 

Favorite athlete at Maryland: Shay Doron. 



Jones' 

Year 


Career Statistics 

GP-GS Min.-Avg, 


FG-A Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avq, 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2003-04 


30-0 300-10.0 


43-110 .391 


25-62 


.403 


35-46 


.761 


22-34 


56-1 .9 


21-0 


15 


20 


2 


13 


146-4.9 


Jones' 

Year 


AGO Statistics 

GP-GS Min.-Avg, 


FG-A Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg, 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2003-04 


16-0 160-10.0 


20-60 .333 


1 3-26 


.361 


13-18 


.722 


13-15 


28-1.8 


13-0 


7 


13 


1 


5 


66-4.1 


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Year 


NCAA Tournament Statistics 

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


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-Avg 


2003-04 


2-0 19-3.5 


2-4 .500 


1-3 


.333 


2-3 


.667 


1-1 


2-1.0 


1-0 


3 


1 





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On Strawberry! Earned honorable mention ACC Ail- 
Freshman team honors after a tremendous rookie sea- 
son ... a dynamic, hard-nosed defender and excellent 
playmaker ... an electrifying finisher and adept ball-han- 
dler and passer for his size ... a versatile player at any 
guard position ... a competitive, slashing scorer who 
has worked hard in the offseason to improve his 
jumpshot. 

Williams on Strawberry: "D.J. was probably our best 
defensive perimeter player last year. He didn't have the 
hype coming in as some of the other freshman had, 
but proved to be a very valuable player. He has no fear, 
and he has no quit- those are two pretty good things 
for a player to have." 

As a Freshman in 2003-04: Saw action in 31 games 
and led all Terrapin freshmen with a 20 minutes per 
game average ... earned honorable mention ACC All- 
Freshman team honors ... recorded at least one steal 
in 24 games on the season and finished third among 
Terp players with 51 thefts (1 .65 steals per game) ... 
scored nine points and had a career-high six rebounds 
in 22 minutes during his NCAA Tournament debut vs. 
UTEP (March 18) ... tied a career-high by playing 30 
minutes vs. Wake Forest in the ACC Quarterfinals 
(March 1 2), and went B-for-B at the free throw line for 
nine points ... netted 1 5 points on 7-for-9 shooting and 
added five boards, two blocks and three steals vs. 
Clemson (Feb. 24) ... contributed nine points, two as- 
sists and four steals at Duke (Feb. 22) ... hit double 
figures in scoring vs. Georgia Tech (Feb. 19) with 10 
points in only 1 7 minutes, and added four rebounds ... 




registered 12 points, five rebounds, and two steals in 
the Terps' home win over Florida State (Feb. 8) ... posted 
a nine-point, three-steal effort at Virginia (Feb. 4), which 
included a key steal in the final seconds to seal the 
Terps' road victory ... netted a career-high 17 points 
on 7-of-B field goals, including a 2-for-2 performance 
from long range at home vs. Pepperdine (Dec. 14) ... 
filled in at the point guard position and contributed five 
points, four boards, two assists and two steals in the 
Terps' win at No. 1 Florida (Dec. 10) ... critical steal in 
the game's waning moments set Maryland up for the 
victory ... named ACC Rookie of the Week on Dec. 1 6 
for his efforts vs. Florida and Pepperdine ... registered 
nine points, four rebounds, four assists, four steals 
and two blocks vs. George Mason (Nov. 25) ... scored 
seven points and had five rebounds in only 1 7 minutes 
vs. American (Nov. 22) in collegiate debut. 

At Mater Dei: Averaged 13.1 points per game and 
4.4 rebounds in leading Mater Dei to a 35-2 record 
and the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) state 
title as a senior ... also averaged 2.3 assists per game 



CORONA, CALIF. 
MATER OEI 
6-5*190 

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and 2.0 steals ... garnered first team All-CIF accolades 
following his senior season ... merited first team All- 
Serra League and first team All-Orange County honors 
as a junior 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-8 3-pomt shooting performance ... also forced 
James into seven turnovers ... scored 1 2 points as a 
participant in Baltimore's Charm City Challenge with 
Terrapin teammates Hassan Fofana, Will Bowers and 
Ekene Ibekwe in April 2003 ... netted 13 points as he 
participated in the Jordan Capital Classic Blue/White 
game at MCI Center later that month with Bowers. 



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11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



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Personal: D.J. Eugene Strawberry ... born June 15, 
1 985 ... son of Lisa Watkins and former Major League 
Baseball player Darryl Strawberry ... has two brothers, 



Career Highs 

Category 1 Opponent/Date 


Points 


17 


vs. Pepperdine, 12/14/03 


FG 


7 


vs. Clemson, 2/24/04 




7 


vs. Pepperdine, 12/14/03 


FGA 


9 


vs. Clemson, 2/24/04 




9 


at North Carolina, 2/1504 




9 


at Florida State, 12/2803 


3FG 


2 


vs. Pepperdine, 12/14/03 


3FGA 


3 


at Florida State, 12/28/03 


FT 


6 


vs. Wake-ACC, 3/12/04 


FTA 


11 


at Virqinia. 2/4/04 


Rebounds 


6 


vs. UTEP-NCAA, 3/18/04 


Assists 


4 


vs. Duke, 1/21/04 




4 


vs. Georqe Mason, 1 1/25/03 


Blocks 


2 


vs. Syracuse-NCAA, 3/20/D4 




2 


vs. Clemson, 2/24/04 




2 


vs. Duke, 1/21/04 




2 


vs. Wisconsin, 12/2/03 




2 


vs. Georqe Mason, 1 1/25/03 


Steals 


4 


at Duke, 2/22/04 




4 


at North Carolina, 2/15/04 




4 


vs. Wisconsin, 12/2/03 




4 


vs. Georqe Mason, 11/25/03 


Minutes 


3D 


vs. Wake-ACC, 3/12/04 




3D 


vs. Clemson, 2/24/04 






Jordan Strawberry (8) and Jesse Watkins (4) ... also elude baseball and video games 
has four sisters, Diamond t1 B), Jade (7) and Jewel and sciences. 
Strawberry 13) and Faith Watkins (6) ... interests in- 



majoring in letters 




Strawberry's 

Date Opponent 


2003-04 Game-By-Game Statistics (Freshman) 

G-GS Min FG-A Pet 3FG-A Pet FTA Pet 0-0 Re: PF Ast 


TO 


Blk 


S: 


Pts 


N22 Arr=-;=- 


1-0 


17 


3^1 


.75D 


0-1 


.ODD 


1-2 


.500 


1-4 


5 


1 


1 


2 








7 


NEE Ge:-oe '■.'==:" 


2-D 


1B 


4-7 


.571 


D-2 


.ODD 


1-2 


.500 


04 


4 


2 


4 


1 


2 


4 


9 


N29 Hofstra 


ee 


19 


1-1 


1.DO0 


DO 


EEE 


E-E 


.500 


0-1 


1 








1 


1 


3 


5 


D2 Wisconsin 


4-0 


26 


1-4 


.250 


E - 


EEE 


1-2 


EEE 


EE 


5 











2 


4 


3 


DB vs. Gonzaqa 


5-0 


14 


D-2 


.000 


D1 


.ODD 


2-4 


.500 


D-2 


2 


3 





1 


J 


2 


2 


D7 vs. West Virginia 


6-0 


15 


1-2 


.500 


DO 


.ODD 


1-2 


.500 


0-3 


3 


5 


2 


2 


1 


1 


3 


D10 at Florida 


7-C 


26 


EE 


EEE 


EC 


EEE 


1-2 


.333 


1-3 


- 


4 


2 


1 


■• 


2 


5 


D14 Pepperdine 


B-0 


23 


- 7-8 


.B75 


2-2 


1.000 


1-1 


EEE 


10 


1 


1 


1 


4 


1 


1 


17 


023 UNC Greensboro 


9-0 


17 


3-3 


1.000 


DO 


.ODD 


3-6 


.500 


2-1 


3 


1 


1 


2 





2 


9 


D2B at Florida State 


1D-0 


2B 


3-9 


.333 


1-3 


.333 


D2 


.ODD 


1-3 


4 


1 


1 


2 





2 


7 


J3 Mt. St. Mary's 


11-0 


1B 


1-4 


.250 


01 


EEE 


3-4 


.750 


0-1 


1 


4 


1 


3 





1 


5 


JB UMES 


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J14 No. Carolina 


12-0 


14 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


DO 


.000 


00 


D 


1 


a 


2 











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130 


15 


2-3 


.667 


DO 


EEE 


1-4 


.250 


1-2 


3 


3 


3 


4 


1 


1 


E 


J21 Duke 


14-C 


24 


1-4 


.250 


E-E 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


4 


4 


4 


1 


2 





2 


J25 at Clemson 


15-0 


21 


0-1 


.000 


DO 


.ODD 


1-2 


.500 


0-2 


2 





1 


3 





2 


1 


J29 at Wake Forest 


16-0 


12 


1-2 


.500 


D1 


EEE 


1-2 


EEE 


OO 


D 


1 


2 


3 





2 


3 


F1 MC State 


17-0 


11 


2-2 


■ EEE 


oo 


EEE 


OO 


EEE 


E ' 


1 


1 





1 








4 


F4 at Virqinia 


ISO 


2B 


2-7 


.2B5 


D1 


.000 


5-11 


.455 


2-3 


5 





D 








3 


3 


FB Florida State 


19-0 


19 


4-8 


.500 


D1 


.000 


4-6 


.667 


4-1 


5 


4 


1 


D 


1 


2 


12 


F15 at North Carolina 


2DO 


1B 


3-9 


.333 


0-1 


.000 


2-3 


EE~ 


3-1 


4 


3 


3 








4 


8 


F1 9 Georgia Tech 


2- : 


17 


4-9 


.444 


0-1 


EEE 


2-6 


.333 


3-1 


4 


2 











1 


10 


F22 at Duke 


22-0 


2B 


3-7 


.429 


1-1 


1.0DD 


2-2 


1.00D 


2-D 


2 


2 


2 


4 


: 


4 


9 


F24 Clemson 


23-1 


3D 


7-9 


.77B 


D-D 


.000 


1-3 


.333 


2-3 


E 


3 


1 


1 


2 


3 


15 


F2B Wake Forest 


24-2 


24 


'-= 


EEE 


Z-Z 


EEE 


2-4 


ee: 


EE 


E 


E 


3 


E 


E 


E 


4 


M3 at NC State 


25-3 


15 


' E 


.500 


D1 


.ODD 


2-3 


.667 


0-3 


3 


3 


1 


2 





1 


4 


M7 Virqinia 


26-3 


17 


3-5 


.600 


01 


.DOO 


D1 


.000 


DO 





2 


1 


1 





1 


6 


M12 vs. Wake-ACC 


27-3 


30 


1-3 


.333 


1-1 


1.000 


6-6 


' EEE 
.000 


1-1 
1-4 


2 

5 


1 
5 


1 
1 


1 



1 
1 



1 


9 


M13 vs. MC State-ACC 


2B-3 


22 


2-3 


.667 


00 


EEE 


a-'d 


4 


M14 vs. Duke-ACC 


29-2 


16 


0-0 


.000 


oo 


.000 


DO 


.000 


0-1 


1 


2 


1 





E 








M1B vs. UTEP-NCAA 


33-3 


22 


3-7 


.429 


D1 


.DOO 


3-4 


.75D 


5-1 


B 


3 


1 


D 








9 


M20 vs. Syracuse-NCAA 


31-3 


18 


2-5 


.400 


1-1 


'.ODE 


1-2 


.500 


1-1 


2 


2 








2 


1 


6 



STRAWBERRY UP CLOSE 

My nickname is: "Straw." 

If I was Coach Williams for a day I would; Drive his car anound all day. 

Favorite movie: Paid in Full. 

Teammate that inspires me: Chris McOay. 

Greatest athletic accomplishment: Wnning the ACC Championship last year. 



• •• 



Strawberry's Career Statistics 

Year GP-GS MirvAvg. FG-A Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-Avg 


2003-04 31-3 620-20.0 68-139 .489 


8-22 


.273 


5D-95 


.526 


35-52 


87-2.8 


66-2 


41 


47 


18 


51 


192-6.2 


Strawberry's AGO Statistics 

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


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avq, 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2DD3-Q4 18-3 319-19.9 37-80 .463 


2-11 


.182 


2349 


.489 


20-22 


42-2.6 


33-0 


25 


29 


E 


29 


99-6.2 


Strawberry'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 


Blk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


20D3-D4 2-0 40-20.0 5-12 .417 


1-2 


.500 


4-6 


.867 


6-2 


8-4.0 


5-0 


1 





2 


1 


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On Gist: A long, lean versatile athlete at forward ... 
pos'sesses great quickness for a player his size, along 
with a shooter's touch ... an explosive finisher who runs 
the floor well ... dynamic athlete and shot blocker. 

Williams on Gist: "James is a very talented, very quick 
6-8 player. He needs to gain strength to move up to 
the college game, but he's working very hard in that 
regard during the offseason. I wouldn't be surprised to 
see him get some playing time his freshman year." 

At Good Counsel High School: Team captain and start- 
ing power forward for Good Counsel in Wheaton, Md. 
... averaged 19.5 points per game as a senior to go 
along with 10.3 rebounds and 3.5 blocks per game, 
leading the Falcons of the Washington Catholic Athletic 
Conference (WCAC) to an 1 8-1 2 record ... earned third 
team All-Met honors by the Washington Post ... named 
to the all-tournament teams at the Bullis Holiday Clas- 
sic and the Hooters Holiday Classic ... scored a career- 
high 31 points in a game as a senior ... amassed more 
than 300 blocked shots in three seasons on the var- 
sity squad, becoming Good Counsel's all-time leader ... 
a participant in Baltimore's Charm City Challenge in April 
2004, scoring eight points to go along with seven re- 
bounds and three steals ... participated in the Jordan 
Capital Classic Regional game at Comcast Center later 
that month, netting 1 1 points and grabbing seven 
boards ... high school coach was Tim McKenna. 








Personal: James C. Gist III ... born Oct. 28, 1986 ... 
son of Linda and James C. Gist, Jr., who are both 
Maryland grads ... both parents are retired from the 
military ... has two sisters, Jasmine Komegay [211 and 
Gloria Gist (13) ... interests include movies, playing the 
piano and traveling ... member of the Black Student 
Association in high school ... performed volunteer work 
at soup kitchens and for the Special Olympics . . . major- 
ing in letters and sciences 



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SILVER SPRING, MD. 

GOOD COUNSEL 

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Favorite Book: Harry Potter. 

Favorite TV show: The Simpsons. 

Since coming to Maryland I've learned: Tme management skills. 

Favorite athlete: Tracy McGrady. 

Favorite quote: "Learn like you are going to live forever. Live like you are going to de tomorrow.' 



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On Ledbetter; A strong, physical player at either the 
point or shooting guard positionaTTan adept ball-han- 
dier and tenacious defender ... a "pass-first" point guard 
... comes to Maryland from the same JUCO program 
that produced All-American and three-time NBA All- 
Star Steve Francis, 2002 National Champion Ryan 
Randle and 2004 ACC Champion Jamar Smith ... fully 
recovered from an automobile accident that sidelined 
him during May, June and part of July. 



Williams on Ledbetter: "Sterling is fully recovered and 
has been working out with the other players. He's a 
natural point guard, which we didn't have behind John 
Gilchrist last year. He's a very physical and solid point 
guard, a good ball handler and a very good defensive 
player. He's very good at running the offense and knows 
how to play basketball." 



LEDBETTER UP CLOSE ... 

Since coming to Maryland I've learned: To appreciate the opportunities I have and take advantage of them. 

Favorite all-time athlete at Maryland: Steve Francis. 

Hero/role model: My mom. 

If I could have dinner with any three people [in history or today): Martin Luther King, Phil Jackson 

and Beyonce Knowles. 
Favorite quote: "You reap what you sow." 




At Allegany CC: Team captain and starting point guard 
at Allegany who led the Trojans to a 31 -5 record and 
the NJCAA Final 1 B in 2003-04 ... averaged 1 3.9 points 
per game in his second season, to go along with 7.1 
assists and B.1 rebounds ... earned first team all-con- 
ference (Maryland JUCO] honors in 2004 ... started all 
30 games in 2002-03 in his first season ... averaged 
8.8 points and 8,3 assists as a first-year player ... 
starred under the legendary Bob Kirk, who retired from 
Allegany in the summer of 2004. 

At Laurel High School: Two-year starter at point guard 
and a first team all-conference selection as a senior at 
Laurel ... averaged 15.3 points, 8.0 assists and B.O 
rebounds per game as a senior ... led his squad to a 1 2- 
1 1 record in the challenging Prince George's County 
4A conference ... as a junior, averaged 1 2.5 points per 
game and 1 0,0 assists ... nominated for the McDonald's 
All-American team ... high school coach was Keith 
Courtreyer. 

Personal: Sterling Reid Ledbetter, Jr, ... born May 9, 
1 983 ... son of Deirdre and Sterling Ledbetter, Sr. ... is 
an only child ... lists Steve Francis as his favorite ath- 
lete ... nickname is "Sterbo" ... majoring in criminology 
and criminal justice. 



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About the ACC 



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2005 ACC & NCAA Brackets 83 



ACC Composite Schedule 



84 



Opponent Profile s 



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TRADITION 



11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



, A Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



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ABOUT THE ACC 



The Tradition 




John Swofford, 
ACC Commissioner 



Consistency. It's the mark of true excellence in any endeavor. 

However, in today's intercollegiate athletics, competition has 
become so balanced and so competitive that it is virtually impos- 
sible to maintain a high level of consistency. 

Yet the Atlantic Coast Conference has defied the odds. Now in 
its 52nd year of competition, the ACC has long enjoyed the reputa- 
tion as one of the strongest and most competitive intercollegiate 
conferences in the nation. And that is not mere conjecture, the 
numbers support it. 

Since the league's inception in 1953, ACC schools have cap- 
tured 91 national champion-ships, including 47 in women's compe- 
tition and 44 in men's. In addition, NCAA individual titles have gone to ACC student-athletes 1 1 6 
times in men's competition and 57 in women's action. 

If success is best measured in terms of wins and losses, then the ACC is unrivaled in NCAA 
annals. With Maryland's victory over Indiana in the 2002 NCAA title game. ACC teams have 
captured nine NCAA basketball championships, including five over the last 1 4 years. 

No conference has posted a better NCAA Tournament record than the ACC since the NCAA's 
inaugural tournament in 1938. The 1 1 current conference members have posted an NCAA 
Tournament-best mark of 31 5-1 64 for a sterling .647 winning percentage against the nation's 
toughest competition. 

A year ago, the ACC had two teams - Georgia Tech and Duke - in the Final Four for the 
second time in four years and fifth time overall. In the 20 years of the 64-team field, the ACC 
has produced 20 Final Four teams, an average of one per year and seven more than any other 
conference. 

Since 1 985, when the NCAA Tournament was expanded to 64 teams, ACC teams have been 
even more impressive compiling a 203-96 (.679) NCAA record, including 56 "Sweet 16" ap- 
pearances and 20 Final Four berths. Since 1985, 56 of the 102 ACC teams receiving NCAA 
berths have won at least two NCAA Tournament games. 

Since 1990, the ACC - with a 181-173 record - is 
the only conference with a winning record against ranked 
non-conference foes. 

North Carolina and Duke lead all ACC schools with 
three NCAA championships each. NC State has two 
national titles to its credit and Maryland one. The Tar 
Heels captured NCAA titles in 1957, 1982 and 1993 
while the Blue Devils won their third title in 2001 , follow- 
ing back-to-back championships in 1 991 and 1 992. The 
Wolfpack walked away with the coveted crown in 1 974 
and 1983 while the Terps claimed the 2002 national 
title. 

The stature of ACC basketball is no where more clearly 
defined than by its regional and national television expo- 
sure as an all-time high 1 72 televised games involving 
ACC teams headline the league's 2004-05 schedule, in- 
cluding a record-setting 261 appearances. ACC teams 
are slated to make 1 32 appearances on national televi- 
sion networks and 79 of the league's 88 regular season 
conference games, including 36 on national television 
networks are scheduled to be televised. 

This past year the ACC posted a 1 4-6 mark in NCAA 
Tournament play with the six losses by a total of 21 
points. For the second time in league history, eight ACC 
teams took part in post-season play and six of the nine 
league teams were ranked in the final AP and coaches' 
polls. League teams were 107-24 (.816) against non- 
conference opponents, 13-12 versus ranked teams, in- 
cluding a 3-0 mark against No. 1 ranked teams. The 
ACC finished the 2003-04 season with the highest regu- 
lar season RPI rating ever accorded a conference. 



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Asst. Director 


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Intern 


Barb Dery 


Secretary 



ers of the Year, two national Rookies of the Year and three national Coaches of the Year 
recipients. 

The ACC placed at least one team in the top 1 nationally in 1 7 sports. In all, 31 ACC teams 
finished their season with a top 10 ranking. 



The Championships 



2003-04 in Review 

The 2003-04 academic year concluded with the league 
pocketing three more national team titles and six indi- 
vidual NCAA crowns. In all, the ACC has won 48 na- 
tional team titles over the last 1 4 years. 

The ACC's 2003-04 national champions were Wake 
Forest in field hockey, North Carolina in women's soccer 
and Virginia in women's lacrosse. Overall, 66 ACC teams 
took part in post-season play compiling a 1 01 -66-4 (.596) 
record. 

A total of 1 69 student-athletes from the ACC earned 
first, second or third-team All-America honors this past 
year. In addition, the ACC produced nine national Play- 



The conference will conduct championship competition in 25 sports during the 2004-05 
academic year - 1 2 for men and 1 3 for women. 

The first ACC championship was held in swimming on February 25, 1954. The conference 
did not conduct championships in cross country, wrestling or tennis during the first year. 

The 12 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 first championship meet being held in tennis 
at Wake Forest University. 

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



ACC Member Schools 

CLEMSON - Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Asso- 
ciation in 1894, a charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921 , a 
charter member of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) in 1 953. 

DUKE - Joined the Southern Conference in December, 1 928; charter mem- 
ber of the ACC in 1953. 

FLORIDA STATE - Charter member of the Dixie Conference in 1948; joined 
the Metro Conference in July, 1976; joined the ACC July, 1991 . 

GEORGIA TECH - Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic 
Association in 1 894, charter member of Southern Conference in 1 921 , char- 
ter member of the SEC in 1 932, joined the ACC in April, 1 97B. 

MARYLAND - Charter member of the Southern Conference in 1 92 1 , charter 
member of the ACC in 1 953. 

MIAMI - Charter member of the Big East Football Conference in 1 991 ; joined 
the ACC in July, 2004. 

NORTH CAROLINA - Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate Ath- 
letic Association in 1894, charter member of the Southern Conference in 
1 92 1 , charter member of the ACC in 1 953. 

NC STATE - Charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921 ; charter 
member of the ACC in 1 953. 

VIRGINIA - Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Associa- 
tion in 1 894, charter member of the Southern Conference in 1 921 , resigned 
from Southern Conference in December 1936, joined the ACC in December, 
1953. 



VIRGINIA TECH - Charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921; 
withdrew from the Southern Conference in June, 1965; became a charter 
member of the Big East Football Conference in Feb. 5, 1 991 ; joined the ACC 
in July, 2004. 

WAKE FOREST - Joined the Southern Conference in February, 1 93S, char- 
ter member of the ACC in 1953. 




A History 



The Atlantic Coast Conference was founded on May 
8, 1 953, at the Sedgefield Inn near Greensboro, N.C., 
with seven charter members - Clemson, Duke, Mary- 
land, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Caro- 
lina and Wake Forest - drawing up the conference by- 
laws. 

The withdrawal of seven schools from the Southern 
Conference came early on the morning of May 8, 1 953, 
during the Southern Conference's annual spring meet- 
ing. On June 14, 1953, the seven members met in 
Raleigh, N.C., where a set of bylaws was adopted and 
the name became officially the Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence. 

Suggestions from fans for the name of the new con- 
ference appeared in the region's newspapers prior to 
the meeting in Raleigh. Some of the names suggested 
were: Dixie, Mid South, Mid Atlantic, East Coast, Sea- 
board, Colonial, Tobacco. Blue-Gray, Piedmont, South- 
ern Seven and the Shoreline. 

Duke's Eddie Cameron recommended that the name 
of the conference be the Atlantic Coast Conference, 
and the motion was passed unanimously. The meeting 
concluded with each member institution assessed 
$200.00 to pay for conference expenses. 

Dn December 4, 1 953, conference officials met again 
at Sedgefield and officially admitted the University of 
Virginia as the league's eighth member. The first and 
only, withdrawal of a school from the 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 withdrawn from the 
Southeastern Conference in January of 1 984. 

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

The conference expanded to 1 1 members on July 1 , 
2004, with the addition of the University of Miami and 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. On 
October 17, 2003, Boston College accepted an invita- 
tion to become the league's 1 2th member starting with 
the 2005-06 academic year. 







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Monday, November 15 

George Washington at Wake Forest, espn2, 7:00 
Pre-Season NIT, Winston-Salem, N.C. 

Wednesday, November 17 

TBA at NC State, TBA 
BCA Classic, Raleigh, N.C. 

Thursday, November 18 

TBA at NC State, TBA 

BCA Classic, Raleigh, N.C. 
Wake Forest in Pre-Season NIT, 7:00 

Pre-Season NIT, Winston-Salem, N.C. 

Friday, November 19 

Alabama State at Georgia Tech, 5:30 
Texas Southern at Florida State, SUN, 6:00 
Loyola of Baltimore at Virginia Tech, 7:00 
Robert Morris at Virginia, 7:30 
TBA at NC State. TBA 

BCA Classic, Raleigh, N.C. 
Hampton at Clemson, 8:00 
Jackson State at Maryland, CSN, 8:00 
North Carolina vs. Santa Clara, 9:00 

Pete Newell doubleheader, Oakland, Calif. 

Saturday, November 20 

Tennessee-Martin at Duke, 7:00 
Wofford at Miami, TBA 

Sunday, November 21 

Arizona at Virginia, FSNS, 5:00 

Monday, November 22 

Duke vs. Davidson. espn2, 7:00 

Charlotte, N.C. 
TBA at Florida State, 7:00 

Corpus Christi Invitational, Tallahassee, Fla. 
Yale at Wake Forest, 7:00 
Georgia Tech at Illinois-Chicago, 8:00 
North Carolina vs. BYU, espn2, 9:00 

Maui Tournament 

Tuesday, November 23 

UNC Asheville at Clemson, 7:00 

Maryland-Eastern Shore at Virginia Tech, 7:00 

S.C. State at Miami, 7:30 

Mercer at Maryland, CSN, 8:00 

North Carolina in Maui Tournament, ESPN, 9:30 

Wednesday, November 24 

TBA at Florida State, 7:00 

Corpus Christi Invitational, Tallahassee, Fla. 
Appalachian State at Virginia, CSN, 8:00 
North Carolina in Maui Tournament, ESPN, 9:30 
Wake Forest in Pre-Season NIT, espn2, TBA 

New York, N.Y. 

Friday, November 26 

Clemson at Boston College. FSNS, 6:30 
Arkansas-Little Rock at Georgia Tech, 7:00 
Wake Forest in Pre-Season NIT, espn2, 7:00 

New York, N.Y. 
Campbell at NC State, 7:30 
Maryland vs. Memphis, espn2, 9:00 

Mass Mutual Classic, Springfield, Mass. 
Florida State vs. Kent State, TBA 

Corpus Christi Inv., Corpus Christi, Texas 



Saturday, November 27 

UNC-Greensboro at Duke, FSNS/Com, 7:30 
Xavier vs. Miami, SUN, 7:30 

Orange Bowl Tournament, Miami, Fla. 
Florida State vs. Texas Christian, TBA 

Corpus Christi Invitational, Corpus, Christi, Texas 

Sunday, November 28 

Richmond at Virginia, CSN, 1 :00 

Southern California at North Carolina, FSN, 7:30 

Virginia Tech at William & Mary, TBA 

Monday, November 29 

Purdue at NC State. espn2, 7:00 
Florida Atlantic at Miami, SUN, 7:30 

Tuesday, November 30 

Michigan at Georgia Tech, ESPN, 7:0D 
Florida State at Minnesota, espn2, 7:30 
Michigan State at Duke. ESPN, 9:00 
Maryland at Wsconsin, espn2, 9:30 

Wednesday, December I 

Wake Forest at Illinois, ESPN, 7:00 
Ohio State at Clemson, espn2, 7:30 
North Carolina at Indiana, ESPN, 9:00 
Virginia at Northwestern, espn2, 9:30 

Thursday, December 2 

UT-Chattanooga at Virginia Tech, CSN, 8:00 

Friday, December 3 

Auburn vs. Virginia, FSNS/SUN, 7:00 
Richmond, Va. 

Saturday, December 4 

Maryland vs. George Mason, Raycom, 1 :00 

BBST Classic, Washington, D.C, 
Miami at Florida, SUN, 1 :30 
Duke vs. Valparaiso, espn2, 2:00 

Chicago, III. 
Richmond at Wake Forest, 2:00 
Florida State at Mississippi, FSNS/SUN, 3:30 
Clemson at South Carolina, FSNS, 6:00 
Kentucky at North Carolina, CBS, Noon 
Virginia Tech at VMI, CSN, 9:00 

Sunday, December 5 

Manhattan at NC State, FSN, 5:30 
Georgia at Georgia Tech, FSN, 8:00 
Maryland in BBST Classic, Raycom, TBA 

Monday, December 6 

Virginia at Iowa State, espn2. 7:00 

Tuesday, December 7 

Miami at Florida International, SUN, 7:00 

Wednesday, December 8 

Furman at Virginia, 7:00 

Saturday, December 11 

Uberty at NC State, 2:00 
Charleston Southern at Clemson, 7:00 
James Madison at Virginia Tech, CSN, TBA 

Sunday, December 12 

UNC Asheville at Maryland, RJ, 1 :00 

Florida International at Florida State, SUN, 3:30 

Loyola (Chicago) at North Carolina, FSN, 5:30 

Massachusetts at Miami, 7:00 

Toledo at Duke, FSN, 8:00 



Monday, December 13 

Wake Forest at Temple, espnc, 7:00 

Tuesday, December 14 

Norfolk State at Clemson, 7:00 
TBA at Florida State, 7:00 
Illinois-Chicago at Duke, espn2, 9:00 

Wednesday, December 15 

James Madison at Georgia Tech, FSNS, 7:00 
Elon at Wake Forest, 7:00 
Louisiana-Lafayette at NC State, FSNS, 9:0D 

Thursday, December 16 

South Alabama at Florida State, SUN, 7:00 

Friday, December 17 

The Citadel at Clemson, 7:00 

Saturday, December 18 

Texas at Wake Forest, ESPN, 2:00 
Stetson at Miami, SUN, 4:00 
Oklahoma vs. Duke, CBS, 5:00 
New York, N.Y. 

Sunday, December 19 

Georgia Tech vs. Gonzaga, ESPN, 12:30 

Las Vegas Invitational 
North Carolina at Virginia Tech, FSN, 3:30 
Florida State at Maryland, FSN, 6:00 
NC State at Washington, FSN. 8:00 

Tuesday, December 21 

Jacksonville at Florida State. SUN, 7:00 
Vermont at North Carolina, FSNS, 7:00 
NC State at Brigham Young, FSNS, 9:00 
Clemson vs. Alabama-Birmingham, 1 1 :00 
Rainbow Classic, Honolulu, Hawaii 

Wednesday, December 22 

Charleston Southern at Georgia Tech, 7:00 
Western Michigan at Virginia Tech, 7:00 
Wake Forest at New Mexico, RSN, 9:00 
Clemson in Rainbow Classic, TBA 

Thursday, December 23 

Stetson at Florida State, SUN, 5:3D 
Tennessee Tech at Miami, 7:30 
Loyola-Marymount at Virginia, 7:30 
American at Maryland, CSN, 8:00 
Clemson in Rainbow Classic, TBA 

Monday, December 27 

Morgan State at Virginia Tech, 7:00 

Tuesday, December 28 

Lafayette at Georgia Tech, 7:00 
Uberty at Maryland, RJ split, 8:00 
UNC-Wlmington at North Carolina, RJ split, 8:00 
NC State vs. Columbia, MSG, TBA 
Holiday Festival, New York, N.Y. 

Wednesday, December 29 

East Carolina at Clemson, FSNS, 7:00 












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Thursday, December 30 

North Carolina AST at Wake Forest, 7:00 

Appalachian State at Miami, 7:30 

Virginia Tech vs. Mississippi State, FSNS/Com, 7:30 

Sugar Bowl Tournament, New Orleans, La. 
Cleveland State at North Carolina, 7:30 
Florida State vs. Louisiana State, FSNS/SUN, 10:00 

Sugar Bowl Tournament, New Orleans, La. 
NC State in Holiday Festival, MSG, TBA 

Saturday, January 1 

Georgia Tech at Kansas, ESPN. 2:30 

Sunday, January 2 

Florida at Florida State, RJ split, 1:00 

William & Mary at North Carolina, RJ split, 1 :00 

Norfolk State at Miami, 2:30 

West Virginia at NC State, FSNS, 3:00 

Wake Forest at Virginia. FSN, 5:30 

Clemson at Duke, FSN, 8:00 

Tuesday, January 4 

Mount St. Mary's at Maryland, CSN, B:00 

Wednesday, January 5 

Princeton at Duke, ESPN, 7:00 
Western Kentucky at Virginia, CSN, S:00 

Thursday, January 6 

Miami at Georgia Tech, RSN, 7:00 

Saturday, January 8 

Maryland at North Carolina, ESPN, Noon 
Temple at Duke, espn2, Npon 
Wake Fprest at Clemson, RJ, 4:00 
Virginia Tech at Florida State, 7:00 
Virginia at Georgia Tech, RJ, B:00 

Sunday, January 9 

NC State at Miami, RJ, 4:00 

Tuesday, January 11 

Maryland at Wake Forest, RJ, 9:00 

Wednesday, January 12 

Clemson at Florida State, 7:00 
Georgia Tech at North Carolina, ESPN, 7:00 
Bethune-Cookman at Virginia Tech. 7:00 
Miami at Virginia, 7:30 

Thursday, January 13 

Duke at NC State, ESPN, 7:00 

Saturday, January 15 

Florida State at Miami, RJ split, Noon 
Clemson at Virginia Tech, RJ split, Noon 
North Carolina at Wake Forest, ABC, 1 :30 
Temple at Maryland. espn2. 2:00 

Sunday, January 16 

Georgia Tech at NC State, FSN, 5:30 
Virginia at Duke, FSN, 8:00 

Tuesday, January 18 

Wake Forest at Florida State, espn2, 7:00 

Wednesday, January 19 

NC State at Virginia Tech, RSN. 7:00 
Duke at Miami, ESPN, B:30 
Nerth Carolina at Clemson, RJ split, 9:00 
Virginia at Maryland, RJ split, 9:00 



Saturday, January 22 

Wake Forest at Cincinnati, ABC, 1 :00 
Virginia Tech at Georgia Tech, RJ, 4:00 
Duke at Florida State, ESPN, 6:00 
Clemson at Virginia, 7:30 
Miami at North Carolina, RJ, 8:00 

Sunday, January 23 

NC State at Maryland, FSN, 6:00 

Wednesday, January 26 

Clemson at Miami, 7:30 
Florida State at NC State, 7:30 
Maryland at Duke, ESPN, 9:00 

Thursday, January 27 

Wake Forest at Georgia Tech, RJ split, 8:00 
Virginia at Virginia Tech, RJ split, B:00 

Saturday, January 29 

North Carolina at Virginia, ESPN, Noon 
NC State at Clemson, RJ, 1 :30 
Miami at Wake Forest, RJ, 4:00 

Sunday, January 30 

Georgia Tech at Maryland, FSN, 5:30 
Virginia Tech at Duke, FSN, 8:00 

Tuesday, February 1 

Maryland at Clemson, RSN, 7:00 

Wednesday, February 2 

Florida State at Georgia Tech, RSN, 7:00 
Virginia Tech at Miami, 7:30 
Duke at Wake Forest, ESPN, 9:00 

Thursday, February 3 

NC State at North Carolina, ESPN, 7:00 

Saturday, February 5 

Georgia Tech at Duke, CBS, 1 :00 
Maryland at Miami, RJ split, 3:00 
Wake Forest at Virginia Tech, RJ split, 3:00 
Virginia at NC State, RJ, 8:00 

Sunday, February 6 

North Carolina at Florida State, FSN, 2:00 

Tuesday, February 8 

Georgia Tech at Clemson, RSN, 7:00 
Virginia Tech at Maryland, RSN, 9:00 

Wednesday, February 9 

Florida State at Virginia, 7:30 

North Carolina at Duke. RJ/ESPN. 9:00 

Thursday, February 10 

NC State at Wake Forest, ESPN. 7:00 

Saturday, February 12 

Miami at Clemson. RJ split, Noon 
Virginia Tech at Virginia. RJ split, Noon 
Florida State at Wake Forest, ABC, 1 :30 
Duke at Maryland, ESPN, 9:00 

Sunday, February 13 

North Carolina at Connecticut, CBS, 1 :00 
NC State at Georgia Tech, FSN, 6:30 

Tuesday, February 15 

Wake Forest at Miami, RSN, 7:00 



Wednesday, February 16 

Virginia at North Carolina, ESPN, 7:00 
Georgia vs. Clemson, 7:30 

Greenville, S.C. 
Maryland at NC State, RJ, 9:00 

Thursday, February 17 

Duke at Virginia Tech, espn2, 9:00 

Saturday, February 19 

Clemson at North Carolina, ABC, 1 :00 
Maryland at Virginia, CBS, 3:30 
Miami at Virginia Tech, 7:00 

Sunday, February 20 

Georgia Tech at Florida State, ABC, 1 :30 
Wake Forest at Duke, FSN, 6:30 

Tuesday, February 22 

Miami at Florida State, RSN, 6:30 
Clemson at Maryland, RJ split, 8:00 
North Carolina at NC State, RJ split. 8:00 

Wednesday, February 23 

Duke at Geprgia Tech, ESPN, 7:00 
Longwood at Wake Forest, 7:00 

Saturday, February 26 

Duke at St. Johns, ABC, 1 :0D 
Georgia Tech at Miami, RJ split, 4:00 
Virginia Tech at NC State, RJ split, 4:00 

SDNday, February 27 

Florida State at Clemson, RJ split, 2:00 
Virginia at Wake Forest, RJ split, 2:00 
North Carolina at Maryland, FSN. 5:30 

Tuesday, March 1 

Virginia Tech at Clemson, RSN, 7:00 

Wednesday, March 2 

Georgia Tech at Wake Forest, ESPN. 7:00 
NC State at Virginia, RSN. 9:00 

Thursday, March 3 

Miami at Duke, ESPN, 7:00 

Florida State at North Carolina, RJ, 9:00 

Saturday, March 5 

Clemson at Georgia Tech, RJ, 1 :30 
Maryland at Virginia Tech, RJ, 4:00 

Sunday, March 6 

Virginia at Florida State, RJ, 2:00 
Duke at North Carolina. CBS, 4:00 
Wake Forest at NC State, FSN, 8:00 



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FSNS - FSN South 

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11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 






AMERICAN EAGLES 





Jeff Jones 



Dec. 23, 2004 
College Park, Md. 




CLEMSON TIGERS 



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Feb. I, 2005 • College Park, Md. 
Feb. 22, 2005 • Clemson, S.C. 




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General Information 

Location: Washington, D.C. 
Enrollment: 5,500 
Founded: 1893 
Colors: AU Red and Blue 
Conference: Patriot League 
Nickname: Eagles 

Home Arena: Bender Arena (4,500) 
President: Dr. Benjamin Ladner 
Athletics Director: Joni Comstock 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Jeff Jones [Virginia '82) 
Career Record/Yrs.: 205-163/12 
Record at American/Yrs.: 59-59/4 
Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 
Office Phone: 202-885-3010 
Assistant Coaches: Kelvin Jefferson 
(Southern Connecticut St. '951, Kieran 
Donohue (Virginia '97], Greg Lyons (Vir- 
ginia '01) 

2003-04 

Overall Record: 18-13 
Conference Record/Finish: 10-4/T-1st 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Shaun May 
Office Phone: 202-B85-3079 
Cell Phone: 484-433-0074 
E-Mail: smay@american.edu 
Office Fax: 202-BB5-3D33 
Press Row Phone: 202-885-8232 
Website: www.aueagles.com 



Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 11-1 

Last Meeting: Maryland won, 79-48, on 
Nov. 22, 2003 (College Park] 

2003-04 Schedule 

N22 at Maryland 

N15 at Virginia Commonwealth' 

N18 Preseason NIT 2 nd Round 

N20 atNiagra 

N23 Wagner 

N24 NIT Semifinals 

N26 NIT Finals 

N29 Saint. Francis (Pa.) 

D4 Vermont 

DB at Towson 

D1 1 Ohio University 

D23 at Maryland 

D2B La Salle 

J2 at Delaware 

J4 at Missouri 

J8 Lehigh 

J10 at Yale 

J12 at Navy 

J15 Lafayette 

J21 at Army 

J23 at Holy Cross 

J2B Bucknell 

J30 Colgate 

F4 Army 

FB Holy Cross 

F1 1 at Bucknell 

F13 at Colgate 

F19 at Lafayette 

F23 at Lehigh 

F2B Navy 



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2004-05 Roster 

No. Player Pos, 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


PPG 


APG 


Sekou Lewis 


F 


6-5 


180 


So. 


Cleveland, Ohio 


0.0 


0.5 


0.0 


4 Bravden Billbe 


C 


6-10 


235 


So. 


Mercer Island, Wa. 


0.0 


0.3 


0.0 


1 1 Craiq Weinstein 


G 


5-11 


180 


Jr. 


Tarzana, Ca. 


0.2 


0.2 


0.4 


1 2 Jason Thomas 


G 


6-3 


195 


Sr. 


Herndon, Va. 


6.9 


-2 


0.9 


1 4 Ryan Graham 


G 


5-9 


155 


3r 


St John, N. Brunswick 3 S 


0.0 


0.1 


1 5 Raimondas Petrauskas F 


6-7 


235 


Sr 


Mazeikiai, Lithunia 


7.3 


3.8 


0.4 


20 Andre Inqram 


G 


6-3 


190 


So. 


Richmond, Va. 


13.6 


4.0 


1.1 


21 Arvvdas Eitutavicius 


G 


6-2 


190 


So. 


Klaipeda, Lithuania 


0.0 


0.3 


3 3 


25 Romone Penny 


G 


5-11 


150 


So. 


Minneapols, Minn. 


0.7 


0.3 


0.2 


34 Travis Lay 


F 


6-5 


210 


Fr. 


Rockville, Md. 








40 Patrick Okpwae 


F 


6-6 


220 


Sr. 


Yaounde, Cameroon 


2.8 


2.1 


0.1 


41 Matei Cresnik 


F 


6-9 


235 


Sr. 


Velenie, Slovenia 


7.8 


3.5 


0.7 


43 Linas Lekavicius 


G 


5-11 


185 


So. 


Silale, Lithuania 


5.2 


1.8 


1.0 


50 Coleman LeClair 


F 


6-9 


245 


Fr. 


River Forest, III. 









General Information 

Location: Clemson, S.C. 

Enrollment; 15,873 

Founded: 1 889 

Colors: Orange and Purple 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Tgers 

Home Arena: Lrttlejohn Coliseum (1 0,000) 

President: James F. Barker 

Athletics Director: Terry Don Phillips 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Oliver Purnell (Old Dominion 

75) 
Career Record/Yrs.: 26B-209/1B 
Record at Clemson/Yrs.: 10-18/1 
Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 
Office Phone: BB4-B56-1954 
Assistant Coaches: Ron Bradley (Eastern 
Nazarene '74), Kevin Nickelberry (Virginia 
Wesleyan '86), Frank Smith (Old Domin- 
ion '881 

2003-04 

Overall Record: 10-18 
Conference Record/Finish: 3-13/9th 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Tim Bourret 
Office Phone: BB4-B5B-21 14 
Home Phone: 864-888-3490 
E-Mail: btimoth@clemson.edu 
Office Fax: BB4-B5B-0299 
Press Row Phone: 8B4-B54-332B 
Website: www.clemsontigers.com 



Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 84-42 
Last Meeting: Maryland won, 70-49, on 
February 24, 2004 [College Park) 

2004-05 Schedule 

N23 UNCAsheville 

N2B at Boston College 

D1 Ohio State' 

D4 at South Carolina 

D1 1 Charleston Southern 

D14 Norfolk State University 

D17 The Citadel 

D21 UAB 3 

D22 TBA= 

D23 TBA 2 

D29 East Carolina 

J2 at Duke 

J8 Wake Forest 

J12 at Florida State 

J1 5 at Virginia Tech 

J19 North Carolina 

J22 at Virginia 

J26 at Miami 

J29 NC State 

F1 Maryland 

F8 Georgia Tech 

F1B Georgia 

F19 at North Carolina 

FSS at Maryland 

F27 Florida State 

M1 Virginia Tech 

M5 at Georgia Tech 

1-ACC/Big Ten Challenge, 2-Rainbow Clas- 
sic, 3-Bi-Lo Center (Greenville, S.C.) 







2004-05 Roster 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


33 Akin Akinqbala 


F 


6-9 


220 


Jr. 


Laqos, Niqeria 


4.8 


4.6 


0.3 


4 Steve Allen 


C 


6-10 


230 


Jr. 


Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 


0.8 


1.0 


0.0 


12 OluBabalola 


F 


6-6 


255 


Sr. 


London, Enqland 


9.0 


4.6 


2.8 


5 Sharrod Ford 


F 


6-9 


220 


Sr. 


Suitland, Md. 


11.9 


7.2 


0.5 


3 Vernon Hamilton 


G 


6-0 


190 


So. 


Richmond, Va. 


7.3 


3.7 


3.3 


;: := Hammonds 


G 


6-3 


175 


Fr 


Cairo, Ga, 








21 Jimmy Hudson 


G 


6-4 


195 


So. 


Eustis, Fl. 


0.4 


0.3 


0.2 


20 Troy Mathis 


G 


6-0 


200 


Fr. 


Raleiqh, N.C. 








44 James Mays 


F 


6-9 


215 


Fr. 


Gamer, N.C. 








1 5 Cheyenne Moore 


F 


6-6 


"33 


Fr. 


South Kent, Conn 








32 Sam Perry 


F 


6-3 


190 


-- 


Piedmont, S.C. 








22 Shawan Robinson 


G 


6-2 


170 


Jr. 


Raleiqh, N.C. 


10.8 


3.1 


2.6 


Ovarus Williams 


F 


6-4 


175 


Sr. 


Snow Hill, NC 













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ACC Regular Season Titles 1 : ws, im ms, 2002 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBAL1 

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DUKE BLUE DEVILS 





Mike Krzyzewski 



Jan. 26, 2005 • College Park, Md. 
Feb. 12, 2005 • Durham, N.C 




Daniel Ewing 



General Information 

Location: Durham, N.C. 

Enrollment: 6,347 

Founded: 1 838 

Colors: Royal Blue and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Blue Devils 

Home Arena: Cameron Indoor Stadium 

(9,314) 
President: Dr. Richard H. Brodhead 
Athletics Director: Joe Alleva 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Mike Krzyzewski (Army '691 
Career Record/Yrs.: 694-240/29 
Record at Duke/Yrs.: 621-181/24 
Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 
Office Phone: 919-613-7500 
Assistant Coaches: Johnny Dawkins (Duke 

'861, Steve Wojciechowski (Duke '981, 

Chris Collins (Duke"96) 

2003-04 

Overall Record: 31-6 

Conference Record/Finish: 1 3-3/1 st 

Final Rankings: No, 6 AP, No. 2 USA To- 
day/ESPN 

Postseason: 4-1 ; lost to Connecticut, 79- 
78, in NCAA Final Four National Semifi- 
nal 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Jon Jackson 
Office Phone: 919-684-2633 
Home Phone: 919-450-0887 
E-Mail: sid@duke.edu 
Office Fax: 919-684-2489 
Press Row Phone: 919-684-6186 
Website: www.goduke.com 



Series Information 




Series Record: Duke leads. 99-56 


Last Meeting: Maryland won. 95-87. on 


March 14, 2004 [ACC Tournament) 


2004-05 Schedule 


N20 Tennessee-Martin 


N22 Davidson' 


N27 UNC-Greensboro 


N30 Michigan State 2 


D4 Valparaiso 3 


D12 Toledo 


D14 Illinois-Chicago 


D18 Oklahoma" 


J2 Clemson 


J5 Princeton 




J8 Temple 




J13 at N.C. State 




J16 Virginia 




J19 at Miami 




J22 at Florida State 




JSG Maryland 




J30 Virginia Tech 




F2 at Wake Forest 




F5 Georgia Tech 




F9 North Carolina 




F1S at Maryland 




F1 7 at Virginia Tech 




F20 Wake Forest 




F23 at Georgia Tech 


F26 at St. John's 
M3 Miami 


MB at North Carolina 





1 -Charlotte Coliseum (Charlotte, N.C), 2- 
ACC/Big Ten Challenge, 3-United Cen- 
ter (Chicago, III.), 4-Dreyfus Classic (New 
York, N.Y.) 



2004-05 Roster 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG APG 


4 J. J. Redick G 


6-4 


190 Jr. 


Roanoke, Va. 


15.9 


3.1 


5 Daniel Ewinq G 


6-3 


180 Sr. 


Missouri City, Texas 


12.6 


2.6 


13 Lee Melchionni F 


6-6 


205 Jr. 


Lancaster, Pa. 


1.5 


0.7 


14 David McClure F 


6-6 


215 Fr. 


Ridgefield, Conn. 






1 5 Sean Dockery G 


6-2 


175 Jr. 


Chicago, III 


3.0 


1,4 


21 DeMarcus Nelson G 


6-4 


205 Fr. 


Elk Grove, Calif. 






23 Shelden Williams F 


6-9 


240 Jr. 


Forest Park, Dkla. 


12.6 


8.5 


41 Patrick Davidson G 


6-1 


180 So. 


Melbourne, Ark. 


0.0 


0.1 


42 Shavlik Randolph F 


6-10 


230 Jr 


Raleigh, N.C 


7.0 


4.5 


45 Joe Paqliuca G 


6-2 


185 So 


Weston, Mass. 


0.0 


0.0 


51 Patrick Johnson F/C 


6-9 


225 Sr. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


0.8 


0.5 


Starters: 3 returning, 2 last; Letterwinners: 9 returning, 5 lost; Returning starters in bold 



FLORIDA STATE 
SEMINOLES 





Leonard Hamilton 



Dec. 19, 2004 
College Park, Md. 




Adam Waleskowski 



General Information 

Location: Tallahassee, Fla. 

Enrollment: 37,328 

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 Record/Yrs.: 233-239/16 
Record at Florida State/Yrs.: 33-29/2 
Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 
Office Phone: 850-644-1461 
Assistant Coaches: Stan Jones (Memphis 
'84), Mike Jaskulski (Saint Norbert 76), 
Tony Sheals (Bethune-Cookman 76) 

2003-04 

Overall Record: 19-14 
Conference Record/Finish: 6-irj7T7th 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: 1-1; Lost, 62-59, to Iowa 
State in second round of NIT 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Chuck Walsh 
Office Phone: 850-644-1077 
Home Phone: 850-385-8466 
E-Mail: cwalsh@mailer.fsu.edu 
Office Fax: 850-644-3820 
Press Row Phone: 850-224-409B 
Website: www.seminoles.com 



Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 23-7 
Last Meeting: Maryland won, 73-62, on 
Feb. 8, 2004 (College Park) 

2004-05 Schedule 

N19 Texas Southern 

N22 Texas ASM-Corpus Christi* 

N24 Shawnee State 1 

N27 Kent State 2 

N28 TCU E 

N30 at Minnesota 3 

D4 at Mississippi 

D12 Florida International 

D1B South Alabama 

D19 at Maryland 

D21 Jacksonville 

D23 Stetson 

D30 LSLF 

J2 Florida 

J8 Virginia Tech 

J12 Clemson 

J15 at Miami 

J18 Wake Forest 

J22 Duke 

J26 at NC State 

F2 at Georgia Tech 

F6 North Carolina 

F9 at Virginia 

F1 2 at Wake Forest 

F15 at Massachussetts 

F20 Georgia Tech 

F22 Miami 

F27 at Clemson 

M3 at North Carolina 

MB Virginia 

1 -Corpus Chrisci Challenge (Tallahassee, Fla J; 

2-Corpus Chriss' Challenge (Corpus Christi, 

Tex. J 3-ACC/Big Ten Challenge 4-Sugar Bowl 

Tournament (New Orleans, La.) 










2004-05 Roster 

No. Player Pos, 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


2 Antonio Griffin 


F 


6-6 


214 


Jr 


Compton, Calif. 








3 Isaiah Swann 


G 


6-1 


197 


Fr. 


Rockville, Md. 








4 Todd Galloway 


G 


5-11 


178 


Jr 


Baltimore, Md. 


3.2 


1.4 


2.2 


10 Ralph Mims 


G 


6-2 


200 


Fr. 


Pensacola, Fla. 








1 2 Al Thornton 


F 


6-7 


20B 


So. 


Perry, Ga. 


2.8 


1.8 


0.2 


20 Andrew Wilson 


G/F 


6-6 


206 


Jr. 


Kennesaw, Ge 


4.1 


2.0 


1.1 


21 Jason Rich 


G 


6-3 


185 


Fr. 


Pensacola, Fla. 








22 Von Wafer 


G 


6-5 


210 


So. 


Homer, La. 


7.9 


1.9 


1.1 


25 Diego Romero 


F 


6-10 


240 


Jr 


Comodero Rivadavia, Argentina 




32 Alexander Johnson 


F 


6-10 


250 


So. 


Albany, Ga. 


9.5 


4.2 


3.8 


51 Adam Waleskowski 


F 


6-8 


240 


Sr 


Kettering, Oh. 


6.8 


5.4 


1.2 


54 Anthony Richardson 


F 


6-7 


205 


Sr 


Raleigh, N.C. 


7.3 


3.6 


0.9 


Starters: 2 returning, 3 lost 


Letterwinners: 7 


returning, 7 lost; 


Returning starters in bold 




2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 



TRBOITION 



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11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



, ^ Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



uEUnuE MASUN 

PATRIOTS 



GEORGE WASHINGTON 
COLONIALS 



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Jim Larranaga 



Dec. 4, 2004 
BB&T Classic • Washington, D.C. 






Jai Lewis Karl Hofafas 



Possible Game, Dec. 5, 2003 
DB&T Classic • Washington, D.C. T.J. Thompson 



General Information 

Location: Fairfax, Va. 

Enrollment: 28,246 

Founded: 1 957 

Colors: Green and Gold 

Conference: Colonial Athletic Association 

Nickname: Patriots 

Home Arena: Patriot Center (10, ODD) 

President: Dr. Alan G. Merten 

Athletics Director: Thomas J, O'Connor 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Jim Larranaga (Providence 

71) 
Career Record/Yrs.: 321-253/20 
Record at George Mason/Yrs.: 1 23-84/7 
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 '93), Eric Konkol (Wisconsin-Eau 

Claire '00) 

2003-04 

Overall Record: 

Conference Record/Finish: 1 2-6/3rd 
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: www.gmusports.com 



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Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads 6-0 
Last Meeting: Maryland won, 79-64, on 
November 25, 2003 (College Park) 

2004-05 Schedule 

N11 IPFW 1 

N1 3 Memphis or Savannah State 1 

N1B TBA 1 

N19 TBA 1 

N27 Duquense 

D1 Towson 

D4 Maryland 8 

D5 Consolation/Championship Game 2 

D8 lona 

DP2 at St. Bonaventure 

D28 at McNeese State 

D30 at Morehead State 

J5 Virginia Commonwealth 

J8 UNC Wilmington 

J12 at Delaware 

J15 at Old Dominion 

J19 Drexel 

J26 Hofstra 

J29 WilliamS Mary 

J31 Delaware 

F2 at UNC Wilmington 

F5 James Madison 

F9 at Towson 

F12 at William £ Mary 

F1 4 at Virginia Commonwealth 

F1 6 Old Dominion 

F19 TBA 

F23 at Drexel 

F26 at Hofstra 

1 -Coaches vs. Cancer Tournament 
2-BBST Classic (Washington, D.C.) 



2004-05 Roster 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 
6-1 


Wt. Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


1 Tony Skinn G 


170 So, 


Takoma Park, Md. 


8.2 


2.1 




2 Jordan Carter G 


6-0 


165 Fr. 


Indianapolis, Ind. 








3 Makan Konate G/F 


6-7 


200 So. 


Bamako, Mali 




0.3 





5 Gabe Norwood G/F 


6-5 


175 So. 


State Celleqe, Pa. 


1,0 


.8 


.7 


12 Tim Bums G 


6-3 


185 So. 


Greenfield, Mass. 


1.8 


0.3 





13 Jesus Urbina F 


6-7 


225 So. 


Amelia, Va. 


2.3 


2.2 


.2 


32 Lamar Butler G 


6-2 


170 Jr. 


Oxon Hill, Md. 


10.5 


2.5 


1.8 


23 John Vauqhn G 


6-2 


165 Fr. 


Lanham, Md. 








34 Will Thomas F 


6-7 


220 Fr. 


Baltimore, Md. 








42 Folarin Campbell G/F 


6-4 


200 Fr. 


Silver Sprinq, Md. 








55 Jai Lewis F 


6-7 


275 Jr. . 


Aberdeen, Md. 


14.5 


7.5 


1.2 


Starters: 3 returning, 2 lost; Letterwinners: 7 


returninq, 7 lost; Returninq starters in bold 



General Information 

Location: Washington, D.C. 
Enrollment: 22,184 
Founded: 1821 
Colors: Buff and Blue 
Conference: Atlantic Ten 
Nickname: Colonials 
Home Arena: Smith Center (5,000) 
President: Stephen Joel Trachtenberg 
Athletics Director: Jack Kvancz 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Karl Hobbs (Connecticut '85) 

Career Record/Yrs,: 42-45/3 

Record at George Washington/Yrs.: 42- 

45/3 

Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 

Office Phone: 202-994-6651 

Assistant Coaches: Darrell Brooks (Bowie 
State 79), Steve Pikiell (Connecticut 
'90), Roland Houston (Rhode Island '82) 

2003-04 

Overall Record: 18-12 
Conference Record/Finish: 1 1-5/ 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Brad Bower 
Office Phone: 202-994-0339 
Home PhDne: 703-65B-1497 
E-Mail: bbower@gwu.edu 
Office Fax: 202-994-2713 
Press Row Phone: 202-994-1776 
Website: www.gwsports.com 



Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 35-27 
Last Meeting: Maryland won, 79-49, on 
Nov 22, 2003 (BBST Classic) 

2004-05 Schedule 

N 1 Randolph-Maccn [Exhibition] 

N15 at Wake Forest 1 

N1B American of VCU 

N20 Morgan St. 

N24-26 Preseason NIT 

N2B Fairfiled 

D1 Mount St. Mary's 

D4 Michigan State' 

D5 Cons./Championship Game 1 

D11 at St. Francis 

D18 Towson 

D23 at Florida International 

D29 at West Virginia 

J2 La Salle 

JB at Duquesne 

J12 at St. Bonaventure 

J15 Massachusetts 

J19 at La Salle 

J22 at Richmond 

J25 Xavier 

J30 Dayton 

F5 at Temple 

F12 Richmond 

F1B Fordham 

F19 Duquesne 

F23 at Xavier 

F26 at Dayton 

M1 Saint Joseph's 

M5 at Rhode Island 

M9- 12 A- 1 Tournament 

1-BBST Classic (Washington, D.C.) 



2004-05 Roster 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. Wt. Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


1 Omar Williams 


F 


6-9 186 Jr. 


Philadelphia, Pa, 


7.7 


5.2 


2 


2 J.R. Pinnock 


G 


6-5 205 So. 


McDonouqh, Ga. 


9,8 


3.4 


1.2 


3 Mike Hall 


F 


6-8 220 Jr. 


Chicago, III. 


10.3 


7.8 


1,5 


5 T.J. Thompson 


G 


5-10 180 Sr. 


Germantown, Md. 


13.2 


2.5 


3.4 


1 1 Ricky Lucas 


G 


6-4 201 So. 


Herndon, Va. 


4.2 


1.1 


.3 


12 Lafonte Johnson 


G 


5-10 165 Sr. 


Baltimore, Md. 


2.1 


.9 


1.3 


1 3 Alexander Kireev 


F 


6-11 233 Jr. 


Nikolaev, Ukraine 


1.5 


1.0 


,2 


21 Pops Mensah.Bonsu F 


6-9 21BJr.London, England 


11.6 


5.4 


.4 


23 Jaz Cowan 


F 


8-8 226 Jr. 


Baltimore, Md. 


1.8 


.2 





25 Carl Elliott 


G 


6-4 220 So. 


Brooklyn, N.Y. 


8.4 


3,8 


4.3 


31 Rock Battistoni 


F 


6-8 220 Sr. 


Morris, Cpnn. 


3.6 


.4 


.06 


33 Maureece Rice 


G 


6-1 215 Fr. 


Philadelphia, Pa 








42 Dokun Akinqbade 


F 


6-9 200 Jr. 


Riverdale, Md. 


3.0 


.5 


0,0 


52 Jaaron Greene 


C 


6-11 265 So. 


Manassas, Va. 


0.0 


0.5 


0.0 


Starters: 5 returninq; 


Letterwinners: 14 returning, 2 lost; Returninq starters in bold 





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58 TournamentTitles:w5«;/jM, -20m 

ACC Regular Season Titles: 7975, mo, isss, 2002 



GEORGIA TECH 
YELLOW JACKETS 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBAL 




JACKSON STATE 
TIGERS 





Paul Hewitt 



Ian. 30, 2005 
Atlanta, Ga. 





S.J. Elder Tevester Anderson 



3ACKSON STATE 'UNIVERSITY 



Nov. 19, 2004 
College Park, Md. 



General Information 

Location: Atlanta, Ga. 

Enrollment; 15,000 

Founded: 1 385 

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.: 142-81/7 
Record at Georgia Tech/Yrs.: 7B-54/4 
Best Time to Reach: Monday-Friday, 1 1 -2 
Office Phone: 4D4-894-5425 
Assistant Coaches: Willie Reese (Georgia 

Tech '99), Cliff Warren (Mount Saint 

Mary's '90), Peter Zaharis (New York 

University '87) 



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2003-04 

Overall Record: 28-10 
Conference Record/Finish: 9-7/3rd 
Final Rankings: No. 1 4 (AP)/ No. 3 (ESPN/ 

USA Today) 
Postseason: NCAA national runner-up (lost 

to Connecticut, 82-73) 



Media Services 

Basketball SID: Mike Stamus 
Office Phone: 404-894-5445 
Home Phone: 770-951-1939 
E-Mail: mstamus8at.gtaa.gatech.edu 
Office Fax: 404-894- 1248 
Press Row Phone: 404-894-5458 
Website: www.ramblinwreck.com 



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Series Information 

Series Record: Georgia Tech leads, 33-28 
Last Meeting: Georgia Tech won, 75-B4, 
on Feb. 19, 2004 (College Park) 

2004-05 Schedule 

N19 Alabama State 

N22 at Illinois-Chicago 

N26 Arkansas-Little Rock 

N30 Michigan' 

D5 Georgia 

D11 Air Force 2 

D15 James Madison 

DIB Gonzaga 3 

D22 Charleston Southern 

D28 Lafayette 

J1 at Kansas 

J6 Miami 

J8 Virginia 

J12 at North Carolina 

J16 at NC State 

J22 Virginia Tech 

J27 Wake Forest 

J30 at Maryland 

F2 Florida State 

F5 at Duke 

FB at Clemson 

F13 NC State 

F20 at Florida State 

F23 Duke 

F26 at Miami 

M2 at Wake Forest 

M5 Ciemson 

1-ACC/Big Ten Challenge; 
a-Chick-fil-A Classic (Atlanta, Ga.) 
3-Las Vegas Showdown 




2004-05 Raster 

No, Player Pos. 



Ht. Wt. Yr. Hometown 



PPG RPG APG 



1 B.J. Elder 

2 Isma'il Muhammad F 

3 Jarrett Jack 

4 Ra' Sean Dickey 



G 6-4 B18 Jr, Madis o n, Ga. 



14.9 3.8 1.4 



6-6 228 Jr. Atlanta, Ga. 



9.3 4.7 1.4 



G 6-3 198 So. Fort Washingt on, Md. 13,5 4,9 5,5 



F 6-9 245 Fr. Clio, S.C. 



5 Mario West 


G 


6-3 


215 Fr. 


Douqlasville, Ga. .4 


1.2 


.1 


1 1 Will Bvnum 


G 


5-11 


193 Jr. 


Chicaqo, III. 9.6 


2.2 


2.5 


13 Luke Schenscher 


C 


7-1 


355 Jr. 


Hope Forest, Australia 9,8 


6.6 


.8 


14 Keith Jones 


G 


6-2 


180Fr.-R 


Austell, Ga, 






23 Anthony Morrow 


G 


6-6 


190 Fr. 


Charlotte, N. C. 






32 Jeremis Smith 


F 


6-7 


230 Fr 


Forth Worth, Texas 






35 Zam Fredrick 


G 


6-1 


215 Fr. 


St. Matthews, S.C. 






44 Theodis Tarver 


F 


6-9 


230 So. 


Monroe, La. 2.B 


1.4 


1.8 



General Information 

Location: Jackson, Miss. 
Enrollment: 7,783 



Series Information 

Series Record: First Meeting 



Founded: 1877 








2004-05 Schedule 






Colors: Royal Blue and White 






N9 


Spring Hill (Ex.) 






Conference: Southwestern Athletic 




N12 


VASDA USA (Ex.) 






Nickname: Tigers 

Home Arena: Williams Athletics and Assem- 


N1S 

NP1 


at Maryland 

at Arizpna State 1 






bly Center IB, 000) 








NP3 


at Texas-El Paso 1 






President: Dr. Ronald Mason 






N?R 


vs. Delaware State 1 






Athletics Director: Roy Culberson 






N27 


vs. TBA 1 






Coaching Staff 








D1 
D4 


Portland State 
Jacksonville State 






Head Coach: Tevester Anderson [Arkansas 


D7 


Louisiana Tech 






AMSN, '621 








D11 


at Stephen F. Austin State 




Career Record/Yrs.: 1 1 5-69/5 






D18 


Tougaloo 






Record at Jackson St./Yrs: 


12-17/1 




D20 


at Cincinnati 






Best Time to Reach: 9 - 1 1 :30 a.m. 




D29 


Nicholls State 






Office Phone: (601) 979-2417 






J3 


at Alabama State 






Assistant Coaches: Eric Strothers (Jack- 


J5 


at Alabama ASM 


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son State, '91), Anthony Boone (Die 


J8 


Alcorn State 






Miss, '991, Steven Wallac 


e 






J10 


Southern 




























2003-04 








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at Prairie View ASM 






Overall Record: 12-17 








J22 


at Grambling State 
Mississippi Valley State 
Arkansas-Pine Bluff 
at Alcorn State 




Conference Record/Finish: 9-9/6tf 






J29 
J31 
F5 






Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: None 














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F7 


at Southern 






Media Services 

Basketball SID: Diedre Bell 
Office Phone: 601-979-22 
E-Mail: deidre.m.bell@jsums. 
Office Fax: 601 -979-2000 
Press Row Phone: N/A 
Website: tigersports.jsums. 






F1 2 Texas Southern 

F14 Prairie View ASM 

F1 9 Grambling State 

F26 at Mississippi Valley State 

F28 at Arkansas-Pine Bluff 

M3 Alabama State 

M5 Alabama ASM 

1 -Las Vegas Holiday Invitational 




2004-05 Roster 
















No. Player Pos. 


Ht, 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hor 


netown PPG 

as, Texas 0.4 


RPG 

0^ 
2.2 


APG 


OD Shane Kinq C 


7-0 


245 


Sr 


□al 


0.1 


05 Dakari Wallace G 


6-0 


155 


Jr. 


Jackson, Miss, 4.2 


0.9 


10 A. Williams-Parker G 


6-0 


175 


Sr. 


Oakland, Calif, 7.1 


3.8 


3.7 


1 2 Darius Parker G/F 


6-3 


180 


So 


Oakland, Calif. 2.6 


2.2 


1.1 


42 Ernest Hassell F 


6-6 


195 


Sr. 


Elizabeth City, NC 3.7 


2.7 


0.5 


44 Kelly Ross C 


6-8 


311 


Sr. 


Pre 


ntiss, Miss. 5,5 

Francisco, Calif. 1 .4 


4.7 

1.6 


0.6 


33 Michael Travis C 


6-9 


235 


Sr. 


San 


0.2 


Greq Sanders G 


6-0 


1 90 


Fr. 


Sav 


annah, Ga. 
<son, Miss. 






Charlie White G 


5-11 


!75 


Fr. 


Jac 




Trai Givens G 


5-8 


170 


Fr 


Little Rock, Ark. 






Rod Smth. F 


6-8 


220 


Jr. 


Canton, Miss. 






Edwin Jarrow GF 


6-6 


195 


Fr. 


Savannah, Ga. 






Hilton Tompkins F 


6-7 


205 


Jr. 


Canton, Miss. 






Taylor Rocker F 


6-7 


195 


Jr. 


Mobile, Ala. 






Starters: 2 returning. 3 lost; Letterwinners: 7 returning, 7 lost; Returning starters in bold 



55 Ant hon y McHenry G-F 6-7 330 J r, Birmingham, Ala. 



3.4 3.3 1.3 



Starte r s: 4 returning, 1 last; Letterwinners ; 6 returning, 5 lost; R eturning starters in bold 



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11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



. *v Seven Sweet iSixteens Since 1994 



LIBERTY FLAMES MEMPHIS TIGERS 





Randy Dunton 



Dec. 28, 2004 
College Park, Md. 



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Larry B/a/r John Calipari 



General Information 

Location; Lynchburg, Va. 245D2 

Enrollment: B,5DD 

Founded: 1971 

Colors: Red, White and Blue 

Conference: Big South 

Nickname: Flames 

Home Arena: Vines Center (9,000) 

President: Brig. General Dave Young 

Athletics Director: Kim Graham 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Randy Dunton (Baptist Bible 

College '84) 
Career Record/Yrs.: 75-71/4 
Record at Liberty/Yrs: 43-47/3 
Best Time to Reach: Mornings 
Office Phone; 434-582-2337 
Associate Coach: Bob Davis (Midland 

Lutheran 71) 
Assistant Coaches: Chuck Martin 

(Willamette '811, Stephen Leary (Liberty 

'92) 

2003-04 

Overall Record; 18-15 
Conference Record/Finish: 12-4/T 1st 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Todd Wetmore 
Office Phone: 434 582-2292 
Home Phone: 434 534-6848 
E-Mail: twetmore@liberty.edu 
Office Fax: 434-5B2-2076 
Press Row Phone: 434-582-7451 
Website: www.libertyflames.com 



Series Information 

Series Record: First Meeting 

2004-05 Schedule 

N20 New Hampshire 
N24 at Chattanooga 
N27 at Arkansas State 
D1 at Western Carolina 

Shenandoah 

at NC State 

UNC Greensboro 

at Miami (Ohio) 
D28 at Maryland 
D30 atMarist 

at High Point 

at Winthrap 

Birmingham-Southern 

at Coastal Carolina 

at Charleston Southern 

UNC Asheville 

VMI 

at Radford 

High Point 

at Birmingham-Southern 

Winthrap 

Charleston Southern 

Coastal Carolina 

at VMI 

Radford 

at UNC Asheville 



D4 
D11 

D18 
D21 



J5 

J8 

J10 

J15 

J17 

J22 

J24 

J29 

F1 

F5 

F10 

F12 

F14 

F17 

F19 

F24 



2004-05 Roster 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


1 Jeremy Monceaux 


G 


So. 


6-0 170 


Birminqham, Ala. 


4.0 


1.8 


1.8 


3 John Clarke 


G. 


So. 


6-2 165 


Freeport, Bahamas 


O.B 


0.1 


0.0 


4 Mats Persson 


F 


Sr. 


6-7 230 


Bankeryd, Sweden 


0.4 


0.6 


0.1 


1 1 Glyn Turner 


F 


Sr. 


6-8 215 


Auckland, New Zealanc 


3.2 


2.2 


0.6 


1 2 Harry Williams 


G 


Sr. 


B-5 199 


Houston, TX. 








21 David Dees 


G 


Sr. 


6-5 200 


Dayton, OH. 


10.5 


2.2 


1.0 


22 Larry Blair 


G. 


So, 


B-1 185 


Charlotte, N.C. 


13.2 


2.7 


2.D 


S3 Brian Woodson 


G 


Sr, 


6-3 195 


Herndon, Va, 


5.4 


4.0 


0.2 


32 Leo Liqhtbourne 


F 


Sr. 


6-8 215 


Andros, Bahamas 


2.4 


2.5 


0.3 


45 Hope Sequn 


F/C 


Sr. 


6-11 235 


Laqos, Niqeria 


0.4 


0.8 


0.1 


Joe Fulp 


G/F 


Fr. 


6-4 205 


Winston-Salem, N.C. 








Russell Monroe 


C 


Fr. 


6-10 225 


Alma, Ml. 








- Rell Porter 


F 


Fr. 


6-7 195 


Pittsburgh, TX. 








Evan Risher 


G 


Fr. 


6-0 175 


Ft. Worth, TX. 








Starters; 2 returning, 


3 lost; Letterwinners: 9 


returning, 4 lost; Returning starters in bold 



Nov. 26, 2004 

Basketball Hall of Fame 

Tip-Off Classic • Springfield, Mass., 




Sean Banks 



General Information 

Location: Memphis, Tenn. 

Enrollment: 20,332 

Founded: 1912 

Colors: Blue and Grey 

Conference: USA 

Nickname: Tigers 

Home Arena: FedEX Forum (18,400) 

President: Dr. Shirley Raines 

Athletics Director: R.C. Johnson 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: John Calipari (Clarion State, 

'82) 
Career Record/Yrs.: 28B-1 10/12 
Record at Memphis/Yrs: 93-39/4 
Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 
Office Phone: 901-678-2346 
Assistant Coaches: Tony Barbee (Massa- 
chusetts '931, Derek Kellogg (Massachu- 
setts '951, Ed Schilling (Miami, Ohio '881 

2003-04 

Overall Record: 22-8 

Conference Record/Finish: 12-4 T-1st 

Final Rankings; No. 24, AP 

Postseason: 



Media Services 

Basketball SID: Lamar Chance 
Office Phone: 901-678-2349 
Home Phone: 901-734-9949 
E-Mail: Ichance19memphis.edu 
Office Fax: 901-678-4134 
Press Row Phone: TBA 
Website: www.gotigersgo.com 



Series Information 

Series Record: Memphis leads 2-0 
Last Meeting: Memphis won, 55-53, on 
Dec. 17, 1966 [Memphis) 



2004-05 Schedule 

N1 1 vs. Savannah State 1 

N13 TBA1 

N23 Arkansas St. 

N26 Maryland2 

D3 at Purdue 

D7 Pittsburgh3 

D11 Die Miss 

D18 Austin Peay 

D20 Louisiana Tech 

D23 Providence 

D30 East Tennessee St. 

J6 at Texas 

J9 Southern Miss 

J13 Marquette 

J15 TCU 

J19 at South Florida 

J22 atUAB 

J27 Depaul 

J29 at TCU 

F2 East Carolina 

F5 at Houston 

F9 at Louisville 

F12 Tulane 

F1 9 at Southern Miss 

F23 at Charlotte 

F26 Louisville 

M2 at Saint Louis 

M5 Cincinnati 









2004-05 Roster 

No. Player Pos, 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


Clyde Wade 


G 


6-0 


180 


So. 


Memphis, Tenn. 








3 Almamv Thiero 


F 


6-10 


250 


Fr. 


Mali, West Africa 








4 Maurice Avery 


G 


6-1 


190 


Jr. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1.0 


0.3 


0.0 


5 Jeremy Hunt 


G 


6-4 


20S 


Jr. 


Memphis, Tenn. 


9.6 


5.3 


2.9 


10 Rodney Carney 


F 


6-7 


2-5 


Jr. 


Indianapolis, Ind, 


13,0 


5.7 


1.1 


1 1 Duane Erwin 


F 


6-9 


23B 


Sr. 


Huntsville, Ala. 


4.5 


6.3 


D.7 


14 Simplice Njova 


F 


6-10 


230 


Jr. 


Yaounde, Cameroon 


7.7 


5.0 


0.7 


23 Anthony Rice 


G 


6-4 


205 


Sr. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


9.0 


3.5 


3.0 


32 Sean Banks 


F 


6-8 


206 


So. 


Englewood, N.J. 


17.4 


6.5 


1.1 


55 Arthur Barclay 


F 


6-8 


236 


Sr. 


Camden, N.J. 


2.0 


3.0 


0.1 


Tank Beavers 


G 


6-2 


180 


Fr. 


Athens, Ala. 








Kareem Cooper 


C 


7-0 


2B0 


Fr. 


Washington, D.C. 








Richard Dorsey 


F 


6-8 


25- 


Fr. 


Baltimore, Md. 








Darius Washinqtor 


Jr.G 


6-1 


185 


Fr. 


Orlando, Fla. 








Shawne Williams 


F 


6-9 


210 


Fr. 


Memphis, Tenn. 








Waki Williams 


F 


6-9 


225 


Jr. 


Columbus, Oh. 








Starters: 4 returning, 


1 lost 


Letterwinners: 9 returning, 4 lost; Returning starters in bold 



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Il FOUr: 2001,2002 

CC Tournament Titlesr/sssr/M/aaw 

ACC Regular Season Titles 1 : 137s, ism, was, 2002 




2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 

^TRADITION 



MERCER REARS 





Mark Slonaker 



Nov. 23, 2004 
College Park, Md. 




James Odoms Frank Haith 



MIAMI HURRICANES 

LJ 

MIAMI 

Feb. 5, 2005 
Coral Gables, Fla. 




General Information 

Location: Macon, Ga. 

Enrollment: 7,400 

Founded: 1833 

Colors: Orange and Black 

Conference: Atlantic Sun 

Nickname: Bears 

Home Arena: University Center (3,200) 

President: Dr. R. Kirby Godsey 

Athletics Director: Bobby Pope 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Mark Slonaker (Georgia '80) 
Career Reoord/Yrs.: 89-122/7 
Record at Mercer/Yrs.: Same 
Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 
Office Phone: 478-301-521 1 
Assistant Coaches: Cleveland Jackson, 
Jeremy Luther, Patrick Henry 

2003-04 

Overall Record: 12-18 
Conference Record/Finish: 9-1 1/Bth 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: None 



Media Services 

Basketball SID: Joel Lamp 
Office Phone: 478-301-2735 
Home Phone: 47B-25B-7761 
E-Mail: lampjsSmercer.edu 
Office Fax: 478-301-5350 
Press Row Phone: N/A 
Website: www.mercerbears.com 



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J5 

J8 

J10 

J13 

J15 

J21 

J23 

J28- 

J31 

F3 

F5 

FB 

F11 

F13 

F17 

F19 

F25 

F27 



Series Information 

Series Record: First meeting 

2004-05 Schedule 

N1 3 Georgia College & State (Ex.) 

N20 Albany State 

N23 at Maryland 

N29 Georgia Southern 

D2 at Stetson 

D4 at Jacksonville 

D7 Fort Valley State 

D22 at Ohio State 

D30 at Savannah State 

J3 Florida Atlantic 

UCF 

at Belmont 

at Lipscomb 

Campbell 

Gardner- Webb 

at Troy State 

at Georgia State 

Georgia State 

Tray State 

at Campbell 

at Gardner-Webb 

Savannah State 

Lipscomb 

Belmont 

at UCF 

at Florida Atlantic 

Stetson 

Jacksonville 






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2004-05 Roster 

No, Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


2 Micalvin Hammonds 


G 


6-0 


175 


So. 


Whiqham, Ga. 


0.7 


0.3 


0.2 


3 Andrew Brown 


G 


6-1 


185 


Jr, 


Pontiac, Mich, 


7.S 


1.4 


2.0 


5 James Odoms 


G 


6-5 


SOD 


Sr. 


Gray, Ga, 


11.7 


3.8 


1.5 


10 Tyler McCurry 


G 


5-10 


190 


Sr. 


Abinqdon, III. 


2.3 


1.4 


2.2 


1 1 Ross Alaqua 


G 


5-8 


170 


So. 


Alpharetta, Ga. 








12 Michael Slonaker 


G 


6-1 


175 


So. 


Macon, Ga. 








14 Jacob Skoqen 


G 


6-5 


190 


So. 


Lookout Mountain, Ga 


7.1 


1.9 


1.3 


15 Damitrius Coleman 


G 


6-1 


170 


Jr. 


Key West, Fla. 








20 Emmanuel Hollowav 


G 


6-1 


170 


Fr. 


Cartersville, Ga. 








22 Shaddean Aaron 


G 


6-5 


185 


Fr. 


Pomona, Calif. 








30 Justin Reeves 


G 


6-3 


190 


Fr. 


Macon, Ga. 








32 Brian Pfohl 


F 


6-7 


220 


Fr. 


Atlanta, Ga. 








33 Sam Dolan 


F 


6-8 


215 


Fr. 


St, Johnsville, N.Y. 








34 Will Emerson 


F 


6-10 


220 


Jr. 


St. Mary's, Ga. 


5.5 


3.5 


0.7 


40 Wesley Duke 


F 


6.5 


225 


Sr. 


Norcross, Ga. 


10.5 


6.3 


1.4 


44 Andrew Walker 


F 


6-9 


235 


Sr. 


Lawrenceville, Ga. 


1.9 


1.3 


0.5 


Starters: 3 returning, 2 lost; Letterwinners: 8 returning, 5 lost; Retur 


ling starters in bold 



General Information 

Location: Coral Gables, Fla. 

Enrollment: 15,248 

Founded: 1926 

Colors: Orange, Green and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Hurricanes 

Home Arena: Convocation Center (7,000) 

President: Dr. Donna E. Shalala 

Athletics Director: Paul Dee 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Frank Haith (Elon '881 
Career Reoord/Yrs.: First Season 
Record at Miami: First Season 
Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 
Office Phone: 305-284-2BB0 
Assistant Coaches: Barclay Radebaugh 
(East Tennessee State '871, Jorge 
Fernandez (Stetson '85), Michael Hunt 
(Furman '851 

2003-04 

Overall Record: 14-16 

Conference Record/Finish: 4-1 2/1 3th (BIG 

EAST) 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: None 



Media Services 

Basketball SID: Samuel Henderson 
Office Phone: 305-2B4-3244 
Home Phone: 305-4 12-8364 
E-Mail: shenderson@miami.edu 
Office Fax: 305-284-2807 
Press Row Phone: 305-2B4-1 238 
Website: www.hurricanesports.com 



Robert Hite 

Series Information 

Series Record: Series tied 3-3 
Last Meeting: Maryland won, 1 1 1-77, on 
Dec. 29, 1970 (College Park) 

2004-05 Schedule 

N4 Barry (Ex.) 

N12 Inter-American Puerto Rico (Ex.) 

N20 Wofford 

N23 South Carolina St. 

N27 Xavier 1 

N29 Florida Atlantic 

D4 at Florida 

D7 at Florida International 

D12 Massachusetts 

D18 Stetson 

D23 Tennessee Tech 

D30 Appalachian St 

J2 Norfolk St 

JB at Georgia Tech 

J9 North Carolina State 

J12 at Virginia 

J15 Florida St. 

J19 Duke 

J22 at North Carolina 

J2B Clemson 

J29 at Wake Forest 

F2 Virginia Tech 

F5 Maryland 

F12 at Clemson 

F1 5 Wake Forest 

F19 at Virginia Tech 

F22 at Florida St. 

F2B Georgia Tech 

M3 at Duke 

1 - Orange Bowl Classic 



2004-05 Roster 

No. Player Pos, 


Ht. 


Wt. Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


2 Gary Hamilton 


F/C 


6-9 


245 Jr. 


Los Anqeles, Calif. 


3.5 


4.4 


2.2 


10 Brandon Okpalobi 


G 


6-2 


'84 Sr 


New Orleans, La. 








1 1 Eric Wilk n s 


G 


6-4 


'96 Jr 


Plainfield, N.J. 


3,9 


2.0 


1.2 


1 2 Anthony Harris 


G 


6-2 


1 75 Sc 


Chicaqo, III. 


1.4 


0.3 


0.2 


13 Guillermo Diaz 


G 


E-2 


183 So. 


Puerto Rico 


11.8 


2.9 


2.2 


22 Robert Hite 


G 


6-2 


186 Jr. 


Cincinnati, Ohio 


15.2 


3.6 


2.0 


34 William Fnsby 


F 


6-8 


235 Sr 


Bay Shore, N.Y. 


6.3 


3.5 


G4 


50 Anthony Kinq 


F/C 


6-9 


225 So. 


Durham, N.C. 


1.0 


2.1 


0.2 


55 Glenn Batemon 


C 


6- 1 I 


340 Jr 


Detroit, Mich. 








Raymond Hicks 


F 


6-7 


22S F" 


Lonqview, Texas 








Antoine Mayhand 


G 


6-2 


200 Fr 


Washinqton, D.C. 








Starters: 2 returning, 3 lost; Letterwinners: 7 returninq, 5 lost; Retuminq starters in bold 



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2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




TRaDITIOH 



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11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



SPARTANS 





Tom Izzo 



Possible Game Dec. 5, 2004 
BEST Classic • Washington, D.C. 




i • ST* MARY 5 

MOUNTAINEERS 

Mount 

Mount St. Mary's College 



Chris Hill Mlian Brown 



Emmitsburg, Maryland 

Ian. 4, 2005 
College Paik, Md. 




Landy Thompson 



General Information 

Location: East Lansing, Mich. 

Enrollment: 44.937 

Founded: 1B55 

Colors: Green and White 

Conference: Big Ten 

Nickname: Spartans 

Home Arena: Jack Breslin Student Events 

Center (14,759) 
President: Peter McPherson 
Athletics Director: Ron Mason 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Tom Izzo (Northern Michigan 

77) 
Career Becord/Yrs.: 207-90/9 
Record at Michigan State/Yrs.: Same 
Best Time to Reach: Mornings/Contact SID 
Office Phone: 517-355-1643 
Assistant Coaches: Mark Montgomery 

(Michigan State '03), Dwayne Stephens 

(Michigan State '93), Doug Wojcik (Unted 

States Naval Academy 'B71 

2003-04 

Overall Record: 1B-12 
Conference Record/Finish: 12-4/T-2nd 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: 0-1 ; lost to Nevada, 72-66, 
in NCAA First Round 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Matt Larson 
Office Phone: 517-355-2271 
Home Phone: 51 7-4B5-51 57 
E-Mail: larson@ath.msu.edu 
Office Fax: 517-353-9636 
Press Row Phone: 517-353-1626 
Website: www.msuspartans.com 



Series Information 

Series Record: Michigan State leads, 2-0 

Last Meeting: Michigan State won, 60-58, 

on March 2B, 2003 (NCAA Tournament) 

2004-05 Schedule 

N1 Grand Valley State (Ex.) 

N14 Northern Michigan (Ex.) 

N19 Florida ASM 

N23 Wisconsin-Green Bay 

N27 Nicholls State 

N30 at Duke 1 

D4 vs. George Washington 2 

D5 Consolation/Championship 2 

D1 1 vs. Stanford 3 

D18 Delaware State 

D21 UCLA " 

D29 UNC-Asheville 

J5 at Penn State 

J8 Northwestern 

J16 at Wisconsin 

J22 at Minnesota 

J27 Michigan 

J29 Oakland 

F1 Illinois 

F5 at Iowa 

F9 Ohio State 

F12 at Michigan 

F16 Minnesota 

F19 at Purdue 

F24 Wisconsin 

F27 at Indiana 

M1 -2 at Northwestern 

M5 Penn State 

1-ACC/Big Ten Challenge; S-BBST Classic 

(Washington, D.C); 3-Aubum Hills, Mich. 



2004-05 Roster 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


2 Anthony Hamo 


G 


6-2 


210 


So. 


Flint, Mich. 


0.4 


O.D 


0.0 


3 Shannon Brown 


G 


6.3 


200 


So. 


Maywood, III. 


7.9 


2.5 


1.3 


5 Chris Hill 


G 


6-3 


190 


Sr. 


Indianapolis, Ind. 


13.8 


2.8 


3.9 


1 3 Maurice Aqer 


G 


6-4 


190 


Jr. 


Detroit, Mich. 


8,5 


3.2 


0,7 


15 Alan Anderson 


F 


6.6 


220 


Sr. 


Minneapolis, Minn, 


8,1 


3.1 


3.2 


2D Matt Trannon 


F 


6-6 


230 


Jr, 


Flint, Mich. 


1.2 


1.6 


D.2 


S3 Kelvin Torbert 


G 


6-4 


S15 


Sr. 


Flint, Mich. 


10.7 


3.6 


2.0 


30 Tm Boqrakos 


G 


6-2 


195 


Sr, 


Flint, Mich, 


0.9 


0,8 


D.4 


34 Drew Naymick 


C 


6-10 


235 


So, 


Muskeqon, Mich. 


0.6 


1.D 


D.1 


40 Paul Davis 


C 


B-11 


250 


Jr, 


Rochester, Mich. 


15.8 


6.2 


2.0 


43 Andy Harvey 


G 


6-5 


220 


So. 


Escanaba, Mich. 


0.0 


D.2 


D.D 


5D Delco Rowley 


F 


6-8 


250 


So. 


Indianapolis, Ind, 


1.2 


1.1 


0.1 


Idonq IbDk 


C 


6-10 


260 


Fr. 


Laqos, Niqeria 








Drew Neitzel 


G 


6-0 


170 


Fr. 


Grand Rapids, Mich. 








Goran Suton 


C 


6-10 


250 


Fr. 


Lansinq, Mich. 








.. Marquise Gray 


F 


6-8 


215 


Fr. 


Flint, Mich, 








jsWters: 5 returninq, 


lost; Letterwinners: 1D returning, 3 lost; Returninq starters 


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General Information 

Location: Emmitsburg, Md. 

Enrollment: 1 ,400 

Founded: 1 SOB 

Colors: Blue and White 

Conference: Northeast 

Nickname: Mountaineers 

Home Arena: Knott Arena (3,121) 

President: Thomas H. Powell 

Athletics Director: Dr. Harold P. Mennmger 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Milan Brown (Howard '931 

Career Record/Yrs.: 10-19/1 

Record at Mt. St, Mary's/Yrs.: 10-19/1 

Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 

Office Phone: 30 1-447-53B8 

Assistant Coaches: Brion Dunlap (Old Do- 
minion '98), Tyrone Perry (Delaware '99), 
Kevin Robinson, Jr. (Saint Mary's '00) 

2003-04 

Overall Record: 10-19 
Conference Record/Finish: 8-10/8th 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Mark Vandergrift 
Office Phone: 301-447-53B4 
Home Phone: 717-359-7046 
E-Mail: vandergrift@msmary,edu 
Office Fax: 301 -447-5300 
Press Row Phone: 301-447-3288 
Website: www.mountathletics.com 



Series Information 






Series Record: Maryland leads, 4-0 


Last Meeting: Maryland won, B9-56, on 


Jan 3, 2004 (College Park) 


2004-05 Schedule 


N19 at Morehead St. 


N20 at Columbia/Longwood 


N27 at Delaware 


D1 at George Washington 


D4 Sacred Heart 


D11 at Loyola 


D18 at High Point 


D21 Navy 


D31 La Salle 


J4 at Maryland 






J6 at Central Connecticut St. 






JB at Sacred Heart 






J12 Robert Morris 






J1 5 Fairleigh Dickinson 






J17 Quinnipiac 






J22 at Fairleigh Dickinson 


J24 at Long Island 
J29 St. Francis (N.Y.) 


F4 at Wagner 


F7 at St. Francis (Pa.) 


F1D Wagner 


F14 Central Connecticut St. 


F16 at Monmouth 


F19 at St. Francis (N.Y.) 


F21 St, Francis (Pa.) 


F26 Long Island 


F2B at Robert Morris 







2004-05 Roster 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG APG 


2 ft Antonio Johnson G 


6-1 


170 


So. 


Virqinia Beach, Va. 






3 Mychal Kearse G 


6-4 


185 


Fr. 


Charlotte, N.C. 






4 Gus Durr F 


6-6 


210 


Fr. 


Pasadena, Md, 






5 Landy Thompson G 


6-1 


178 


So. 


Germantown, Md. 


15.6 


4.3 


1 1 Pat Atanqana F 


6-6 


210 


Sr. 


Douala, Cameroon 


7.1 


5.0 


1 2 Chris Sumner G 


6-1 


165 


So. 


Silver Sprinq, Md. 


7.2 


4.4 


15 Kiel Butler F 


6-7 


200 


So. 


Temple Hills, Md. 


6.7 


2.6 


21 Jason Carbone F 


6-6 


21D 


Jr. 


South Windsor, Conn, 


0,3 


0.5 


22 Koki Adasi G 


6-3 


190 


Sr. 


Rockville, Md. 


D.9 


1.1 


23 Charles Cook F 


6-5 


160 


So. 


Upper Marlboro, Md. 


7.8 


2.0 


24 Donte Alexander G 


6-2 


1B5 


Sr. 


Silver Sprinq, Md. 


0.3 


0.4 


30 Jamion Christian G 


6-2 


170 


Sr. 


Quinton, Va. 


8.2 


2.5 


31 Nick Dodsan C 


6-1D 


200 


Sr. 


Los Anqeles, Calif. 


5.6 


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. 


D.D 


0.3 


K -Transfer from Northeastern 


Starters: 5 returninq, D lost; LettBrwinners:12 returninq, 2 tost; Returninq starters in bold 



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NORTH CAROLINA UNC ASHEVILLE 
TAR HEELS BULLDOGS 





Jan. 18, 2005 • 

Roy Williams Feb. 27, 2005 • 

General Information 

Location: Chapel Hill, N.C. 

Enrollment: 25,972 

Founded: 1 789 

Colors: Carolina Blue and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Tar Heels 

Home Arena: Dean E, Smith Center 

(21 ,800) 
President: James Moeser 
Athletics Director: Dick Baddour 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Roy Williams (No, Carolina 72) 
Career Pecord/Yrs.: 437-1 12/16 
Record at North Carolina/Yrs.: 19-11/1 
Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 
Office Phone: 919-962-1 154 
Assistant Coaches: Joe Holladay [Okla- 
homa '69), Steve Robinson (Radford 
'811, C.B. McGrath [Kansas '981 

2003-04 

Overall Record: 1 9-1 1 
Conference Record/Finish: 8-8/5th 
Final Rankings: No. 18 AP, No. 22 USA 

Today/ESPN 
Postseason: 1-1; lost to Texas, 78-75, in 

NCAA Second Round 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Steve Kirschner 
Office Phone: 91 9-962-7258 
Home Phone: 919-968-1531 
E-Mail: skirschner@uncaa.unc.edu 
Office Fax: 919-962-0812 
Press Row Phone: 919-962-8815 
Website: www.tarheelblue.com 



College Park, Md. Ill 

• Chapel Hill, N.C. Sean May 

Series Information 

Series Record: No. Carolina leads, 108-54 
Last Meeting: North Carolina won, 97-86, 
on Feb. 15, 2004 (Chapel Hill) 




Eddie Biedenbach 

General Information 

Location: Asheville, N.C. 
Enrollment: 3,200 
Founded: 1927 
Colors: Royal Blue and White 



Dec. 12, 2004 
College Park, Md. 



Bryan McCullough 



Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 1-0 
Last Meeting: Maryland won, 1 1 0-52, on 
Dec, 22, 1997 [College Park) 



2004-05 Schedule 


Conference: Big South 


2004-05 Schedule 


N19 Santa Clara 1 


Nickname: Bulldogs 


N19 


at Texas Tech 


N22 BYULahaina 2 


Home Arena: Justice Center/Asheville Civic 


N23 


at Clemson 


N23 Stanford or Tennessee Lahaina 


Center (1,100/6,000) 


N27 


UNC Wilmington 


N24 Chaminade, Iowa, Louisville 


Chancellor: Dr. James Mullen 


D1 


at Furman 


or Texas Lahaina 9 


Athletics Director: Janet Cone 


D4 


Western Carolina (DH) 


N28 Southern California 




Dia 


at Maryland 


D1 at Indiana 3 


Coaching Staff 


D15 


Lenoir-Rhyne 


D4 Kentucky 


Head Coach: Eddie Biedenbach (NC State 


D17 


Montreat College 


D12 Loyola 


'68) 


D19 


at Charlotte 


D19 at Virginia Tech 


Career Record/Yrs.: 140-172/11 


D29 


at Michigan State 


D21 Vermont 


Record at UNC-Asheville/Yrs.: 111-121/8 


D31 


at Michigan 


D2B UNC Wilmington 


Best Time to Reach: Mornings after 9 a.m. 


J5 


Charleston Southern 


D30 Cleveland State 


Office Phone: 828-251 -6826 


J10 


Winthrop 


J2 William and Mary 


Assistant Coaches: Thomas Nash 


J12 


at High Point 


JB Maryland 


(Vanderbilt '95), Nick McDevitt (UNC- 


J15 


VMI 


J12 Georgia Tech 


Asheville '01 ), Trip Cogbum (North Caro- 


J17 


at Birmingham-Southern 


J15 at Wake Forest 


lina DO) 


J22 


at Liberty 


J19 atClemson 




J25 


Radford 


J22 Miami Chapel 


2003-04 

Overall Record: 9-20 


J29 


at Charleston Southern 


J29 at Virginia 


J31 


at Coastal Carolina 


F3 NC State 

F6 at Florida State 


Conference Record/Finish: 6-10/7th 


F5 


High Point (DH) 


Final Rankings: None 


F7 


at Winthrop 


F9 at Duke 


Postseason: None 


r-12 


at VMI 


F1 3 at Connecticut 




F14 


Birmingham-Southern 


F16 Virginia 
F19 Clemson 


Media Services 


F19 


Coastal Carolina (DH) 


Basketball 5ID: Mike Gore 


r-24 


Liberty 


F22 at NC State 


Office Phone: 828-251 -6923 


\-'dti 


at Radford 


F27 at Maryland 


Home Phone: 828-215-6387 






M3 Florida State 


E-Mail: mgore@unca.edu 






M6 Duke Chapel 


Office Fax: 828-251-6386 






1-Pete Newell Challenge (Oakland, Calif.); S-EA Sports 
Maui Invitational (Maui, Hawaii); 3-ACDBig 10 Chal- 


Press Row Phone: 828-216-8972 






lenge (Bloomington, Ind.) 


Website: www.unca.edu/athletics 







2004-05 Roster 

No, Player Pos, 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


Q Jesse Holley 


G 


6-3 


190 


So. 


Roselle, N.J. 


0.7 


0.6 


0.2 


1 Melvin Scott 


G 


6-2 


190 


Sr. 


Baltimore, Md. 


9.9 


3.0 


2.7 


2 Raymond Felton 


G 


6-1 


19B 


Jr. 


Latta, S.C. 


11.5 


4.0 


7.1 


3 Reyshawn Terry 


F 


6-8 


214 


So. 


Winston-Salem, N.C. 


1.6 


0.8 


0.2 


5 Jackie Manuel 


G/F 


6-5 


189 


Sr. 


West Palm Beach, Fla 


6.5 


3.3 


1.8 


1 1 Quentin Thomas 


G 


6-3 


175 


Fr. 


Oakland, Calif. 




21 Jawad Williams 


F 


6-9 


218 


Sr. 


Cleveland, Ohio 


12.6 


5.4 


1.4 


22 Wes Miller 


G 


5-11 


185 


So. 


Charlotte, N.C. 








24 Marvin Williams 


F 


6-9 


230 


Fr. 


Bremerton, Wash. 








25 Qamion Grant 


C 


6-11 


267 


Jr. 


Portland, Jamaica 


0.0 


1.0 


0.0 


32 Rashad McCants 


F/G 


6-4 


207 


Jr. 


Asheville, N.C. 


20.0 


4.6 


2.2 


34 David Noel 


F 


6-6 


224 


Jr. 


Durham, N.C. 


5.4 


4.9 


1.5 


35 C.J. Hooker 


F 


6-2 


188 


Sr. 


Palmer, Alaska 


0.4 
0.5 


0.7 
1.0 


0.2 


41 Byron Sanders 


F 


6-9 


230 


Jr. 


Gulfport, Miss. 


0.1 


43 Sean May 


F/C 


6.9 


266 


Jr. 


Bloomington, Ind, 


15.2 


9.8 


1.4 


Starters: 5 returning, 


lost; Letterwinners: 13 returnmq,3 lost; Returning starters in bold 



2004-05 Roster 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


1 Brett Warner 


F/C 


6-9 


230 Fr. 


Smyrna, Tenn. 


3.0 


3.0 


0.5 


2 K.J. Garland 


G 


6-1 


170 So. 


Greensboro, N.C. 


9.9 


2.7 


2,7 


3 Omar Collington 


G 


6-1 


185 Jr. 


Decatur, Ga. 


7.4 


2.6 


1.3 


4 Billy Allen 


F 


6-5 


1 90 Sr. 


Decatur, Ala. 


6.6 


4.8 


0,6 


15 Bryan McCullough 


F 


6-6 


205 Sr, 


Salisbury, N.C, 


10.0 


4.8 


3.5 


21 ChadMohn 


F 
G/F 


6-8 
6.6 


215 Jr. 


Fayetteville, N.C. 


8.4 
8.9 


5.0 

4.8 


1.4 


52 Oliver Holmes 


205 Jr. 


Wilmington, N.C. 


2.3 


23 Steven Rush 


G 


5-10 


165 So. 


High Point, N.C. 


6 I 


1. 3 


0.6 


42 Joseph Barber 


F/C 


6-9 


235 Sr 


Plymouth, N.C, 


9,8 


4.8 


0.8 


44 Joey Harrell 


G/F 


6-7 


210 So. 


Durham, N.C. 


1.4 


1.1 


0.3 


55 C.J. Walker 


C 


7-1 


220 So. 


Raleigh, N.C. 


2.6 


3.2 


0.7 


20 Mvkail vibbert 


G/F 


6-4 


215 Fr. 


Clinton Tenn. 








Starters: 5 returning, lost; LBtterwinners: I 


returning, 1 lost; Returning starters 


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Ian. 23, 2005 • College Park, Md. 
Feb. 16, 2005 • Raleigh, N.C. 





Jan. 15, 2005 
College Park, Md. 




Mardy Collins 



Julius Hodge 



General Information 

Location: Raleigh, N.C. 

Enrollment: 29,637 

Founded: 1887 

Colors: Red and White 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Wolfpack 

Home Arena: RBC Center (1 9,722) 

Interim Chancellor: Dp. Robert A. 

Bamhardt 
Athletics Director: Lee Fowler 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Herb Sendek (C. Mellon '851 
Career Record/Yrs.: 211-1 34/1 1 
Record at NC State/Yrs,: 148- 108/8 
Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 
Office Phone: 919-515-2104 
Assistant Coaches: Larry Hunter [Ohio 

71 ], Larry Harris (Pittsburgh 78), Mark 

Phelps (Old Dominion '96) 

2003-04 

Overall Record: 21-10 
Conference Record/Finish: 1 1 -5/2nd 
Final Rankings: No. 1 5 AP, No. 20 USA 

Today/ESPN 
Postseason: 1-1; lost to Vanderbilt, 75- 

73, in NCAA Second Round 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Annabelle Vaughan 
Office Phone: 919-515-2102 
Home Phone: 919-858-9763 
E-Mail: annabelle_vaughan@ncsu.edu 
Office Fax: 919-515-2898 
Press Row Phone: 919-861-6190 
Website: www.gopack.com 



Series Information 

Series Record: NC State leads, 69-67 
Last Meeting: Maryland won, 85-82, on 
March 1 3, 2004 (ACC Tournament) 

2004-05 Schedule 

N17 TBA 1 

N18 TBA 1 

N19 TBA 1 

N26 Campbell 

N29 Purdue 

D5 Manhattan 

D11 Liberty 

D15 Louisiana-Lafayette 

D19 at Washington 

D21 atBYU 

D2B Columbia 

D30 TBA 2 

J2 West Virginia 

J9 at Miami 

J13 Duke 

J16 Georgia Tech 

J19 at Virginia Tech 

J33 at Maryland 

J26 Florida St 

J29 at Clemson 

F3 at North Carolina 

F5 Virginia 

F10 at Wake Forest 

F13 at Georgia Tech 

F16 Maryland 

F22 North Carolina 

F26 Virginia Tech 

M2 at Virginia 

M6 Wake Forest 

1-BCA Invitational (Raleigh, N.C); 2- ECAC 

Holiday Festival (New York, N.Y.) 






2004-05 Roster 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


3 llian Evtimov 


F/C 


6-7 


333 


Jr. 


Sofia, Bulgaria 


9,3 


4.S 


3.5 


1 1 Gavin Grant 


F/G 


6-7 


190 


Fr. 


The Bronx, N.Y. 








1 3 Cameron Bennerman 


G/F 


6-4 


19B 


Jr. 


Greensboro, N.C. 


2.7 


1.7 


0.6 


14 Engin Atsur 


G 


6.3 


200 


So. 


Istanbul, Turkey 


10.1 


3.9 


3.6 


21 Levi Watkins 


F 


6-B 


235 


s- 


Rockvi e, Md. 


5.3 


2.3 


0.3 


22 Tony Bethel 


G 


6-2 


17B 


Jr 


Ft. Washington, Md. 








34 Julius Hodge 


F/G 


6-7 


305 


Sr. 


Harlem, N.Y. 


17.5 


5.3 


3.6 


32 Jordan Collins 


C 


6-10 


242 


Sr 


Hvattsville, Md. 


2.9 


'.5 


0.5 


33 Cedric Simmons 


C/F 


6-9 


216 


Fr. 


Shallotte, N.C. 








34 Adam Simons 


C 


6-10 


242 


So. 


Burlington, N.C. 


0.0 


1.0 


0.0 


40 Andrew Brackman 


F 


6-10 


205 


Fr. 


Cincinnati, Ohio 








Braxton Albritton 


G 


6-1 


212 


Fr. 


Raleigh, N.C. 








Starters: 3 returning, 2 lost; Letterwinners: 7 returning, 4 lost; Returning starters 


I bold 




General Information 

Location: Philadelphia, Pa. 

Enrollment: 33,000 

Founded: 1884 

Colors: Cherry and White 

Conference: Big East 

Nickname: Owls 

Home Arena: The Liacouras Center 

(10,206) 
President: Dr. David Adamany 
Athletics Director: Bill Bradshaw 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: John Chaney (Bethune- 

Cookman '55) 
Career Record/Yrs.: 708-283/32 
Record at Temple/Yrs.: 483-224/22 
Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 
Office Phone: 215-204-7443 
Assistant Coaches: Dan Leibovitz (Penn 

'96), Bill Blerbee (Cheyney St, 70), Mark 

Macon rTemple '91) 

2003-04 

Overall Record: 15-14 
Conference Record/Finish: 9-7/2nd (East) 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: 0-1 ; lost to Rutgers, 76-71 , 
in NIT First Round 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Larry Dougherty 
Office Phone: 215-204-2588 
Home Phone: 615-449-7376 
E-Mail: larrydocitemple.edu 
Office Fax: 215-2047499 
Press Row Phone: 215-204-7445 



Website: www.owlsports.com 

Series Information 

Series Record: Series tied, 3-3 

Last Meeting: Maryland won, 82-74, on 

Nov. 9, 2001 (Coaches vs. Cancer IKDN 

Classic] 

2004-05 Schedule 

N19 Auburn 

N22 at Georgetown 

N27 at South Carolina 

N30 Arizona State 

D4 Villanova' 

DB Penn 1 

D11 at Alabama 

D13 Wake Forest 

D20 Princeton 

J5 at Massachusetts 

J8 at Duke 

J12 Fordhsm 

J15 at Maryland 

J19 St. Bonaventui 

J22 atXavier 

J26 atFordham 

J29 at St, Bonaventure 

F2 Rhode Island 

F5 George Washington 

F9 Dayton 

F12 at Saint Joseph's' 

F1 6 at Duquesne 

F1 9 at Richmond 

F22 St. Joseph's 

F26 Massachusetts 

M2 at Rhode Island 

M5 La Salle 1 

1 -Philadelphia Big 5 Game 




2004-05 Roster 

No. Player Pos, 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr, 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


2 Wilbur Allen 


G 


6-4 


20D 


Sr. 


Irmo, S.C. 


0.0 


0.7 


0.0 


3 Dustin Salisbery 


G 


6-5 


305 


So, 


Lancaster, Pa. 


7.0 


3.6 


0.6 


4 Dion Dacons 


F 


6-6 


210 


So. 


Statesville, N.C. 


0.8 


1.2 


0.0 


1 1 Chris Clark 


G 


5-B 


165 


Fr. 


Narberth, Pa. 








1 3 Mark Tyndale 


F 


6-5 


2'Z 


Fr. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 








21 Micheal Blackshear 


F 


6-6 


215 


Jr. 


Philadelphia Pa. 


2.3 


5.9 


0.2 


34 Antywane Robinson F 


6-8 


310 


Jr. 


Charlotte, N.C. 


4.7 


4.5 


0.8 


35 Mardy Collins 


G 


6-6 


305 


Jr. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


15.5 


4.9 


3.6 


32 DaShone Kirkendoll 


G 


6-5 


200 


Fr. 


Dayton, Ohio 








33 Nehemiah Inqram 


F 


6-8 


250 


Sr. 


Milledqeville, Ga. 


1.9 


2.9 


0.1 


44 Keith Butler 


C 


7-1 


250 


Jr. 


West Medford, Ma. 


4.7 


5.8 


0.4 


50 Wayne Marshall 


C 


6-11 


285 


So. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 








Starters: 3 returning, 2 lost; Letterwinners: 8 


returning, 4 lost; Returning starters in bold 



al Four: 2001,2002 

CC Tournament Titles: mr/s^^w 

ACC Regular Season Titles': \m, mi, 1335, 2002 



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Ian. 19, 2005 • College Park, Md. 
eb. 19, 2005 • Charlottesville, Va.' 




Devin Smith 



General Information 

Location: Charlottesville, Va. 
Enrollment: 19,643 
Founded: 1819 
Colors: Orange and Blue 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
Nickname: Cavaliers, Wahoos 
Home Arena: University Hall (8,392) 
President: John T. Casteen, III 
Athletics Director: Craig Littlepage 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Pete Gillen (Fairfield '6B) 
Career Record/Yrs.: 378-206/19 
Record at Virginia/Yrs,: 104-78/6 
Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 
Office Phone: 434-982-5400 
Assistant Coaches: Walt Fuller (Drexel '871, 
Alexis Sherard (St. Michael's '931, John 
Fitzpatrick (Bowling Green '801 

2003-04 

Overall Record: 18-13 
Conference Record/Finish: B-10/T-Bth 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: 1-1 ; losttoVillanova, 73-63, 
in NIT Second Round 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Bill Hurd 
Office Phone: 434-9B2-5500 
Home Phone: 434-244-2907 
E-Mail: whl4q@virginia.edu 
Office Fax: 434-982-5525 
Press Row Phone: 434-296-59 10 
Website: www.virginiasports.com 



Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 97-63 
Last Meeting: Maryland won, 70-61, on 
March 7, 2004 (College Park) 

2004-05 Schedule 

N19 Robert Moms 

N21 Arizona 

N24 Appalachian St 

N2B Richmond 

D1 at Northwestern 

D3 Auburn 1 

D6 at Iowa St 

D8 Furman 

D23 Loyola Maryrnount 

J2 Wake Forest 

J5 Western Kentucky 

J8 at Georgia Tech 

J12 Miami 

J16 at Duke 

J19 at Maryland 

J22 Clemson 

J27 at Virginia Tech 

J29 North Carolina 

F2 at Providence 

F5 at NC State 

F9 Florida State 

F12 Virginia Tech 

F16 at North Carolina 

F19 Maryland 

F27 at Wake Forest 

M2 NC State 

M6 at Florida State 

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2004-05 Roster 

No, Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


8 J.R. Reynolds 


G 


6-2 


196 


So. 


Roanoke, Va. 


9.4 


1.7 


a.o 


12 Billy Campbell 


G 


6-0 


183 


Jr. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


15 T. J. Bannister 


G 


5-10 


1BB 


So. 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


3.6 


1.6 


3.0 


21 Tunii Sorove 


C 


6-11 


215 


Fr. 


Dugbe Ibadan, Niqeria 








23 Gary Forbes 


G/F 


6-6 


210 


Sc. 


Brooklyn, N.Y. 


7.6 


4.0 


1.5 


30 Adrian Joseph 


F 


6-7 


200 


Fr. 


San Fernando, Trinidac 








32 Jason Cain 


F 


6-9 


205 


Sc. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


1.9 


1.1 


0.1 


33 Devin Smith 


F 


6-5 


239 


Sr. 


New Castle, Del. 


12.2 
4.5 


5.1 
5.1 


1.3 


34 Jason Clark 


F 


6-8 


234 


Sr. 


Virginia Beach, Vs, 


0.5 


43 Elton Brown 


F/C 


6-9 


251 


Sr. 


Newport News, Va. 


14.8 


6.3 


1.4 


44 Sean Sinqletary 


G 


5-11 


175 


Fr. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 




52 Hank Nacev 


F 


6-5 


210 


Jr. 


Virqinia Beach, Vs. 


5.B 


2.B 




55 Donte Mmter 


F/C 


6-7 


244 


So. 


Salisbury N C. 


0.2 


Starters: 4 returning, 


1 lost; Letterwinners: 10 returning, 5 lost; Returning starters in bold 



VIRGINIA TECH 
HOKIES 




Seth Greenberg 



Feb. 0, 2005 • College Park, Md. 
Mar. 5, 2005 • Blacksburg, Va. 




Carlos Dixon 



General Information 

Location: Blacksburg, Va. 

Enrollment: 28,000 

Founded: 1872 

Colors: Chicago Maroon and Burnt Orange 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Hokies 

Home Arena: Cassell Coliseum (10,052) 

President: Dr. Charles Steger 

Athletics Director: Jim Weaver 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Seth Greenberg (Fairleigh 

Dickinson '78) 
Career Record/Yrs.: 228-184/14 
Record at Virginia Tech/Yrs.: 15-14/1 
Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 
Office Phone: 540-231-6725 
Assistant Coaches: Brad Greenberg 

(American '87), Ryan Odom (Hampden- 

Sydney '86) 

2003-04 

Overall Record: 15-14 

Conference Record/Finish: 7-9/8th (Big 

East) 
Final Rankings: None 
Postseason: None 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Bill Dyer 
Office Phone: 540-231-8852 
Home Phone: 540-552-8461 
E-Mail: wdyer@vt.edu 
Office Fax: 540-231 -6984 
Press Row Phone: 540-231-4905 
Website: www.hokiesports.com 



Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 22-3 
Last Meeting: Maryland won, 82-67, on 
Feb. 1 9, 1 991 (Blacksburg) 



2004-05 Schedule 

N19 Loyola (Md.) 

N23 Maryland-Eastern Shore 

N28 at William S Mary 

D2 Chattanooga 

D4 at VMI 

DB at St. John's 

D1 1 James Madison 

D19 North Carolina 

D22 Western Michigan 

D27 Morgan State 

D30 vs. Mississippi State 

J8 at Florida State 

J12 Bethune-Cookman 

J15 Clemson 

J19 N.C. State 

J22 at Georgia Tech 

J27 Virginia 

J30 at Duke 

F2 at Miami 

F5 Wake Forest 

F8 at Maryland 

F1 2 at Virginia 

F17 Duke 

F19 Miami 

F2B at N.C. State 

M1 at Clemson 

M5 Maryland 



r 



2004-05 Roster 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


1 Zabian Dowdell 


G 


6-a 


195 


So. 


Pahokee, Fla. 


10.8 


3.0 


3.3 


2 Bob Ritchie 


G 


6-5 


1 90 


Jr. 


Burke, Va. 


0,5 


0.7 


0.3 


3 Shawn Harris 


G 


6-4 


220 


Jr. 


Ettrick, Va. 


4.9 


2.1 


0.9 


5 Davis Stubbs 


G 


6- 1 


170 


Fr. 


Asheville, N,C. 








1 1 Wynton Witherspoon 


GF 


6-7 


1B0 


Fr. 


Duluth, Ga. 








13 Deron Washinqton 


GF 


6-7 


190 


Fr. 


New Orleans, La. 








1 5 Marquie Cooke 


G 


6-3 


200 


Fr. 


Suffolk, Va. 








21 Allen Calloway 


F 


6-B 


215 


Jr. 


Gnetna Va 


3.7 


2.9 


0.1 


SS Jamon Gordon 


G 


6-3 


190 


So. 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


9.8 


4.4 


4.5 


84 Markus Sailes 


G 


6-5 


205 


Jr. 


Richmond, Va. 


4.9 


3.6 


a.a 


32 Carlos Dixon 


G/F 


6-7 


200 


Sr. 


Salisbury, N.C. 








33 Coleman Collins 


F 


6-8 


22B 


So. 


Stone Mountain, Ga. 


8.7 


3.7 


0.5 


42 Chris Tucker 


F 


6-7 


220 


So. 


Fmcastle, Va. 


1.1 


0.3 


0.0 


Starters: 4 returning, 


lost; Letterwinners: 9 


returning, 4 lost; Returning starters in bold 



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2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




WAKE FOREST 
DEMON DEACONS 



WISCONSIN BADGERS 





Skip Prasser 



Jan. II, 2005 
Winston Salem, N.C. 





ACC/Big Ten Challenge 
Nov. 30, 2004, Madison, Wis. 




Mike Wilkinson 



Taron Downey 



General Information 

Location: Winston-Salem, N.C. 
Enrollment: 3,950 
Founded: 1 834 
Colors: Old Gold and Black 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
Nickname: Demon Deacons 
Home Arena: Lawrence Joel Veterans Me- 
morial Coliseum (14,665) 
President: Dr. Thomas K. Hearn 
Athletics Director: Ron Wellman 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Skip PpossertU.S. Merchant 

Marine Academy 72) 
Career Record/Yrs.: 232-107/1 1 
Record at Wake Forest/Yrs.: 67-29/3 
Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 
Office Phone: 336-758-5622 
Assistant Coaches: Jeff Battle [Marshall 

'85), Dino Gaudio (Ohio '811, Chris Mack 

(Xavier '92) 

2003-04 

Overall Record: 21-10 
Conference Record/Finish: 9-7/T-3rd 
Final Rankings: No. 17 AP, No. 15 USA 

Today/ESPN 
Postseason: 2-1 ; lost to St. Joseph's, 84- 
80, in NCAA Regional Semifinal 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Dean Buchan 
Office Phone: 336-758-5640 
Home Phone: 336-287-8954 
E-Mail: buchandw@wfu.edu 
Office Fax: 336-758-5140 
Press Row Phone: 336-727-2945 
Website: www.wakeforestsports.com 



Series Information 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 57-53 

Last Meeting: Maryland won, 87-86, < 

Mar. 1 2, 2004 (ACC Tournament) 



2004-05 Schedule 


N15 


George Washington 1 


N18 


VCU or American 1 


N22 


Yale 


D1 


at Illinois 2 


D4 


Richmond 


D13 


at Temple 


D15 


Elon 


D18 


Texas 


D22 


at New Mexico 


nnn 


N. Carolina AST 
at Virginia 


J2 


J8 


at Clemson 


J11 


Maryland 


J15 


North Carolina 


J18 


at Florida St. 


J22 


at Cincinnati 


J27 


at Georgia Tech 


J29 


Miami 


F2 


Duke 


F5 


at Virginia Tech 


HO 


NC State 


F12 


Florida St. 


F15 


at Miam 


F20 


at Duke 


F23 


Longwood 


F27 


Virginia 


M2 


Georgia Tech 


M6 


at NC State 


1-Preseason NIT [Winston-Salem, N.C.) 


8-ACC/Big Ten Challenge 



2004-05 Roster 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


Chris Ellis 


F 


6-9 


261 


Jr. 


Marietta, Ga. 


1.4 


1.4 


0.3 


1 Justin Gray 


G 


6-8 


186 


Jr, 


Charlotte, N.C. 


17.D 


3.8 


8.8 


2 Jeremy Inqram 


G 


6-3 


188 


So. 


Kinston, N.C. 


1 6 


0.8 


0.8 


3 Chris Paul 


G 


6-0 


175 


So. 


Lewisville, N.C. 


14.8 


3.3 


5.9 


4 Taron Downey 


G 


6-S 


19Q 


Sr. 


Oxford, N.C. 


10.8 


8.3 


8.9 


1D Jamaal Levy 


F 


6-9 


186 


Sr. 


Panama City, Fla. 


10.3 


8.4 


1.5 


1 1 Cameron Stanley 


F 


6-7 


204 


Fr. 


Raleiqh, N.C. 








13 Vytas Danelius 


F 


6-9 


237 


Sr. 


Kaunas, Lithuania 


5.9 


4.4 


0.4 


23 Richard Joyce 


G 


6-5 


218 


Jr. 


Mount Airy, N.C. 


3.4 


0.8 


05 


31 Eric Williams 


C 


6-9 


891 


Jr. 


Wake Forest, N.C. 


18.4 


5.6 


0,6 


33 Trent Strickland 


F 


6-5 


212 


Jr. 


East Flat Rock, N.C. 


6.4 


3.4 


G7 


55 Kyle Visser 


C 


6-11 


250 


So. 


Grand Rapids, Mich. 


4.6 


2.6 


0.1 


Starters', 5 returning, 


lost; Letterwinners: 1 1 


returning, 1 lost; Returning starters in bold 



General Information 

Location: Madison, Wis. 

Enrollment: 41 ,595 

Founded: 1848 

Colors: Cardinal and White 

Conference: Big Ten 

Nickname: Badgers 

Home Arena: Kohl Center [17,1421 

President: John Wiley 

Athletics Director: Barry Alvarez 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Bo Ryan [Wilkes '69) 
Career Record/Yrs.: 451-131/19 
Record at Wisconsin/Yrs.: 68-28/3 
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 (Wisc.-Platteville '95) 

2003-04 

Overall Record: 25-7 

Conference Record/Finish: 1 2-4/T-2nd 

Final Rankings: No. 16 AP, No. 10 USA 

Today/ESPN 
Postseason: 1 -1 ; lost to Pittsburgh, 59- 
55, in NCAA Second Round 

Media Services 

Basketball SID: Brian Lucas 
Office Phone: 608-262-1811 
Home Phone: 608-845-7201 
E-Mail: bml@athletics.wisc.edu 
Office Fax: 608-262-B 184 
Press Row Phone: 608-265-4333 
Website: www.uwbadgers.com 



Series Information 

Series Record: Wisconsin leads, 3-2 
Last Meeting: Maryland won, 73-67 (OT), 
on Dec. 2, 2003 (College Park) 

2004-05 Schedule 

N20 Pennsylvania 

N23 UC-Santa Barbara 

N27 at Pepperdine 

N30 Maryland 1 

D4 at Rutgers 

D7 UW-Green Bay 

D1 1 at Marquette 

D15 UW-Milwaukee 

D23 UNC-Greensboro 

D27 Western Carolina 

D29 Alabama 

J5 at Purdue 

JB at Indiana 

J11 Ohio State 

J16 Michigan State 

J22 at Michigan 

J25 Illinois 

J29 at Penn State 

F2 Northwestern 

F5 at Minnesota 

F9 Iowa 

F12 at Illinois 

F16 Michigan 

F24 at Michigan State 

F27 at Dhio State 
M1 or M2 Indiana 
M5 or M6 Purdue 
1-ACC/BigTen Challenge 



2004-05 Roster 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


1 Sharif Chambliss 


G 


6-1 


185 


Sr. 


Racine, Wis. 








4 Ray Nixon 


F 


6-8 


205 


Jr. 


Whitefish Bay, Wis. 


3.1 


1.6 


0.3 


5 Jason Chappell 


F/C 


6-10 


240 


So. 


New Berlin, Wis. 








18 Boo Wade 


G 


6-3 


190 


Jr. 


Milwaukee, Wis. 


6.8 


3.4 


8.6 


13 Clayton Hanson 


G 


6-5 


195 


Sr. 


Reedsburq, Wis. 


4.8 


1.B 


0.8 


21 Andreas Helmiqk 


C 


6-9 


245 


Sr. 


Klaqenfurt, Austria 


2.7 


1.5 


0.5 


22 Michael Flowers 


G 


6-2 


185 


Fr. 


Madison, Wis. 








23 Kammron Taylor 


G 


6-2 


175 


So. 


Minneapolis, Minn. 


1.2 


0.1 


0.1 


32 Brian Butch 


F/C 


6-11 


240 


Fr. 


Appleton, Wis. 








33 DeAaron Williams 


G/F 


6-4 


190 


Fr. 


Bartonville, III. 








34 Greq Stiemsma 


C 


6-11 


245 


Fr. 


Randolph, Wis. 








42 Alando Tucker 


F 


6-5 


205 


So. 


Lockport, III. 


14.0 


4.5 


0.3 


44 Zach Morley 


F 


6-B 


220 


Sr. 


Maryville, Mo. 


B.9 


5.B 


1.7 


54 Mike Wilkinson 


F 


6-8 


840 


Sr. 


Blue Mounds, Wis. 


13,1 


6.8 


1.9 


Starters: 2 returning, 


3 lost; Letterwinners: 7 


returning, 4 lost; Returning starters in bold 







In This Section 








Review Notebook 


98 




Season Results 


100 






Season Statistics 


101 




^t^ 1 Ef' ■ 


ACC Statistics 


101 






NCAA Statistics 


101 






Game-Bv-Game Statistics 


102 






Superlatives 


103 




■ 


Points-Rebounds-Assists 


103 






Miscellaneous Statistics 


104 






ACC Season Review 


105 






Final Standinqs 


105 






Statistics Leaders 


; C5 






ACC Honors 


106 






Game Recaps 


107 










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-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 




NOTEBOOK 



Terps Capture ACC Title; Make llth Straight NCAA Appearance 



The Maryland basketball team [20-12, 7-9 ACC) captured the 2004 ACC Title, 
winning the conference tournament for the third time in history and the first time 
since 1984. The Terrapins defeated No. 3 seed Wake Forest (87-86), No. 2 
seed NC State [85-82] and No. 1 seed Duke [95-87 tot) to mark the third time 
in ACC Tournament history that a team had knocked off the top three seeds. 

The Terrapins earned a school-record 1 1 th-consecutive NCAA Tournament berth 
under head coach Gary Williams, making Maryland one of only five programs with 
an active streak of that length (Maryland, Arizona, Cincinnati, Kansas, Kentucky). 

The Terrapins posted a 20-12 record in 2004 (7-9 ACC), continuing a school 
record of consecutive 20-win seasons to eight (1 998-97 to 2003-04). The Terps 
won six of their last seven games in 2004, and five straight headed into the 
NCAA Tournament. 

Maryland was recognized in a national study by a University of Michigan professor 
to be one of the five most recognizable and popular programs in college basket- 
ball. The top five teams, in terms of fan interest, were found to be: Duke, North 
Carolina, Kentucky, Maryland and UCLA. 

The winningest NCAA Tournament coach in school history, Williams has won nearly 
70 percent of his NCAA games as the head coach of his alma mater (22-1 0), and 
his 26 career NCAA Tournament victories overall places him ninth among active 
coaches. 



The Terrapins played 1 6 of their 32 games against teams ranked in the AP and 
ESPN/USA Today Top 25. The Terps' seven victories over Top 25 opponents 
marked the most for a Maryland team since their school-record nine ranked 
victories during their national championship season in 2002. The Terrapins' end- 
of-season strength of schedule rated second in the nation. 

Maryland's second round match-up with defending national champion Syracuse 
marked only the third time in NCAA history that the previous two NCAA titlewinners 
squared off in the NCAA Tournament. The only other instances of matchups 
between champs occurred in 1995 (1994 champ Arkansas def. 1993 champ 
North Carolina, national semifinal round) and 1962 (1961 champ Cincinnati def. 
1 960 champ Ohio State, title game). 

With the Terps' top 1 student-athletes comprised exclusively of first or second- 
year players, Maryland's team was the youngest in all of NCAA Division I and the 
youngest at the University since 1 993-94. Maryland's freshmen and sophomores 
alone combined to start 1 22 games - by far the most of any team in the ACC. 

Sophomore point guard John Gilchrist led the Terrapins in both scoring (15.4 
ppg) and assists (159), becoming the first Maryland player to do so since Walt 
Williams in 1 990-91 and the first true point guard to do so since John Lucas in 
1973-74. 




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CC Tournament Titles: ms-iom, -20m 
ACC Regular Season Titles: /97s, mo, ms, 2002. 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETB 



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Gilchrist, the ACC Tournament MVP, was the first Terrapin to earn that distinc- 
tion since Len Bias in 1 984. He averaged 24.0 points, 6.3 assists, 5.3 rebounds 
and 2.0 steals across the three ACC tourney games, including a 30-point, seven- 
assist, four-rebound, four-steal performance in Maryland's comeback victory over 
NC State in the semifinal round. The Terrapins overcame a 21 -point deficit in that 
game, and trailed by 1 9 points at halftime - setting a new record for the largest 
deficit overcome in the 51 -year history of the ACC Tournament. . 

The Terps 1 lone senior, Jamar Smith, finished second on the team in scoring at 
13.1 ppg and led the Terps and finished second in the ACC in rebounding [8.8 
rpg), Smith's 7.0 ppg increase from his transfer junior season to his senior year 
ranked third among all ACC players in 2003-04, and his 19.7 ppg and 8.0 rpg 
conference tournament averages earned him ACC All-Tournament first team hon- 
ors. 

Junior Mike Grinnon played key minutes in the Terps' ACC title game vs. Duke, 
including making 2-of-2 free throws in overtime to help the Terrapins hold on for 
the victory. Grinnon, the only member of the 2003-04 squad remaining from 
Maryland's 2002 national championship team, cemented a place of distinction in 
the Terrapin record books - he is the only player in school history to have won 
both the NCAA and ACC Tournament titles. 

For the second consecutive season, the Terps established a new single-season 
mark for season home attendance total and per game average. A total of 287,200 
spectators for an average of 17,950 fans per game made the trip to Comcast 
Center in 2003-04. The Terps logged 1 B full sellouts in 2003-04 to set another 
school record. Maryland's home average of 1 7,950 ranked fifth in the nation for 
the second straight season, 



2003-04 HONORS 

Gary Williams 

• NCAA Coach of the Week (Dec. 1 6), ESPN's Dick Vitale 

Travis Garrison 

' ACC Tournament Second Team 

John Gilchrist 

• ACC Tournament First Team (MVP) 

• ACC Player of the Week, March 1 5 

• Third team AII-ACC 

• ACC Player of the Week, Dec. 1 5 

• Super Sophomore, ESPN's Dick Vitale 

Mike Jones 

• ACC Rookie of the Week, Jan. 1 1 

Jamar Smith 

' ACC Tournament First Team 

D.J. Strawberry 

• Honorable mention ACC All-Freshman team 

• ACC Rookie of the Week, Dec. 1 B 

Dave Dickerson 

• ACC's No. 1 Assistant Coach, Basketball News 

• No. 4 assistant coach in nation, Athlon Sports 
■ Assistant Coach on the Rise, ESPN's Andy Katz 




John Gilchrist 




Jamar Smith 




2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 



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11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



, Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



SEASON RESULTS 



Overall: 

Date 


20-12 • ACC: 7-0 • Home: 12-4 • Away: 4-5 • Neutral: 4-3 

Opponent Result Att. Overall ACC Points Leader Rebounds Leader 


Assists Leader 


N22 


trv/25) 




AMERICAN 


_ 


W 


79-48 


17,950 


1-0 


- 


Smith 14 


Smith 12 


4 tied with 4 


N25 


[rv/24] 




GEORGE MASON 


_ 


W 


79-64 


17,950 


2-0 


- 


Caner-Medlev 23 


Smith 13 


Gilchrist, Strawberry 4 


N29 


[rv/241 




HOFSTRA 


_ 


w 


B7-72 


17,950 


3-0 


- 


Caner-Medley 1 9 


Smith 10 


Gilchrist 6 


D2 


[rv/251 


1 


WISCONSIN 


[15/131 


w 


73-67 (ot) 


17,950 


4-0 


- 


Smith 25 


Smith 12 


Gilchrist 9 


DB 


[rv/251 


2 


vs Gonzaqa 


[17/24] 


L 


68-82 


13,609 


4-1 


_ 


Caner-Medlev 1 6 


Garrison, McCray 8 


McCray 5 


D7 


[rv/251 


2 


vs West Virqinia 


_ 


L 


77-78 tot) 


1 1 ,025 


4-2 


- 


Smith 23 


5mith 13 


Gilchrist, McCray 7 


D10 


[rv/rv] 




at Florida 


[1/11 


W 


69-68 (ot) 


12,275 


5-2 


- 


Caner-Medlev 22 


Caner-Med13 


Gilchrist 4 


D14 


[rv/rv] 




PEPPERDINE 


_ 


W 


96-72 


17,950 


6-2 


_ 


Gilchrist 24 


Smith 10 


Gilchrist, McCray 7 


D23 


[24/251 




UNC GREENSBORO 


_ 


w 


B5-5B 


17,950 


7-2 


_ 


Caner-Medlev 1 9 


Smith 8 


Gilchrist B 


D28 


[24/25] 


» 


at Florida State 


[rv/rv] 


L 


75-79 


8,074 


7-3 


0-1 


Caner-Medley 1 5 


Smith 1 1 


Gilchrist 5 


Gilchrist, McCray 1 5 


J3 


[rv/rv] 




MOUNT ST. MARY'S 


_ 


W 


89-56 


17,950 


8-3 


_ 


Gilchrist 16 


Smith 14 


Gilchrist 6 


J6 


[rv/rv] 




MD-EASTERN SHORE 


_ 


W 


87-3B 


17,950 


9-3 


_ 


Jones 25 


Smith 9 


Jonas 3 


J14 


[rv/rv] 




NORTH CAROLINA 


[9/11] 


W 


90-B4 


17,95D 


10-3 


1-1 


Smith 22 


Smith 9 


Gilchrist 5 


J17 


[rv/rv] 


ft 


at Georqia Tech 


[12/141 


L 


71-81 


9,191 


10-4 


1-2 


Gilchrist 27 


Smith 13 


Strawberry 3 


J21 


[rv/rv] 


• 


DUKE 


[1/1] 


L 


60-68 


17,950 


10-5 


1-3 


Caner-Medlev 21 


Caner-Med 8 


Giichnst 7 


J25 


[rv/rv] 


• 


at Clemson 


_ 


W 


65-52 


8,000 


11-5 


2-3 


Gilchrist 15 


Smith 10 


Gilchrist 5 


J29 


[rv/rv] 


! 


at Wake Forest 


[19/17] 


L 


85-93 


14,345 


11-6 


2-4 


Caner-Medlev 1 5 


Smith 6 


Gilchrist 9 


F1 


[rv/rv] 


« 


NC STATE 


[rv/rv] 


L 


69-81 


17,950 


11-7 


2-5 


Smith 21 


Smith, McCray 6 


McCrav 4 


F4 


_ 


t 


at Virqinia 


_ 


W 


71-67 


7,378 


12-7 


3-5 


Gilchrist 26 


Fofana, Garrison 10 


Caner-Medlev, McCray 2 


FB 


_ 


> 


FLORIDA STATE 


[rv/rv] 


W 


73-62 


17,950 


13-7 


4-5 


Smith 16 


5mith 14 


Garrison 4 


F15 


[rv/-] 


ft 


at North Carolina 


[14/171 


L 


86-97 


21,750 


13-8 


4-6 


McCray 16 


Smith 8 


Gilchrist B 


F19 


[rv/rv] 


« 


GEORGIA TECH 


[18/161 


L 


84-75 


17,950 


13-9 


4-7 


Garrison 16 


Smith 1 1 


Gilchrist 4 


F22 


[rv/rv] 


4 


at Duke 


[3/31 


L 


63-86 


9,314 


13-10 


4-B 


Gilchrist 14 


Gilchrist 8 


Gilchrist, McCrav 3 


F24 


- 


* 


CLEMSON 


- 


W 


70-49 


17,950 


14-10 


5-8 


Gilchrist 19 


Ibekwe 10 


Gilchrist 6 


F2B 


- 


* 


WAKE FOREST 


[N11] 


L 


83-91 


17,950 


14-11 


5-9 


Gilchrist 26 


Fofana 6 


Gilchrist 5 


M3 


_ 


ft 


at NC State 


[16/191 


W 


70-69 


17,243 


15-11 


6-9 


Gilchrist 21 


Smith 8 


McCrav 4 


M7 


_ 


ft 


VIRGINIA 


_ 


W 


70-61 


17,950 


16-11 


7-9 


McCray 20 


Smith 12 


Gilchrist 3 


M12 


_ 


3 


vs. Wake Forest 


[15/141 


w 


87-86 


23,745 


17-11 


_ 


Gilchrist, Garrison 16 


Garrison 10 


Gilchrist 6 


M13 


_ 


3 


vs. NC State 


[17/201 


w 


85-B2 


23,745 


18-11 


_ 


Gilchrist 30 


Smith 7 


Gilchrist 7 


M14 


_ 


3 


vs. Duke 


[5/4] 


w 


95-87 (ot) 


23,745 


19-11 


_ 


Giilchrist 26 


Smith 12 


Gilchrist 6 


M1B 


[19/21] 


4 


vs. UTEP 


[rv/-] 


w 


86-83 


"9,236 


20-11 


_ 


McCray19 


Smith B 


Gilchrist 5 


M2D 


[19/21] 


4 


vs. Syracuse 


[20/24] 


L 


70-72 


19,286 


20-12 


- 


Garrison, Smith 16 


Garrison, Ibekwe 9 


Gilchrist 6 



* - Atlantic Coast Conference game 

1 - ACC / Big Ten Challenge 

2 - BBST Classic (MCI Center, Washington, D.C.I 

3 - ACC Tournament [Greensboro, N.C.I 

4 - NCAA Tournament [Denver, Colo.) 

Numbers in brackets denote rankings by AP/USA Today-ESPN 






Records with Starting Lineups 

F Garrison F Caner-Medley G Smith G Gilchrist G McCray 14-7 

American-W (11/32), Hofstre-W 111/29), Wisconsin-W 112/2), Gonzaga-L (1 2/6), West Virginia-L 112/7), Florida-W 
(12/10), Pepperdine-W (12/14), UNC-Greensboro-W (12/23), Florida State-L (12/28), Mt. St. Mary's-W (1/3), 
Virginia-W (2/4), Florida State-W (2/8), North Carolina-L (2/15), Georgia Tech-L (2/19), Duke-L (2/22), Virginia-W I3/7), 
Wake Forest (ACC)-W (3/1 2). NC State (ACC)-W (3/13), Duke (ACC)-W (3/1 4), UTEP (NCAAJ-W (3/18), 
Syracuse (NCAA)-W (3/20) 

F Ibekwe F Caner-Medley C Smith G Gilchrist G McCray 3-4 

UMES-W (1/6). North Carolina-W (1/14), Georgia Tech-L (1/17), Duke-L (1/21). Clemson-W (1/25). Wake Forest (1/29)- 
L, NC State (2/1 )-L 



F Garrison F Caner-Medley 

George Mason-W (1 1/25) 



C Smith 



G Collins G McCray 



1-0 



F Garrison F Caner-Medley C Smith 

Clemson-W (2/24), Wake Forest-L (2/28) 



G Gilchrist G Strawberry 



1-1 



F Garrison F Caner-Medley 

NC State-W 133) 



C Smith 



G Strawberry G McCray 



1-0 




■MM 



■ ■ ■ 



_ 



l\fOUX: 2001, 2002 

CC Tournament Titles:-;ss«;M«,-fflM 

ACC Regular Season Titles': ws, mo 1995,2002 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




SEASON STATS 

2003-04 OVERALL SEASON STATS (20-12) 



/-TOTAL-/ 



/-3-PTS-/ 



/■■■•REBOUNDS-/ 



i 1 Player 


GP 


GS Min 


Avg 


FG FGA Pet 


3FG 


FGA 


Pet 


FT 


FTA 


Pet 


Off 


Def 


Tot 


Avq 


PF 


FO 


A 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Pts Avq 


1 1 John Gilchrist 


32 


3: 1GS7 


34.D 


181 382 .474 


43 


112 


.384 


87 


124 


.702 


53 


91 


144 


4.5 


3 _ 


3 


159 


98 


10 


58 


492 15.4 


01 Jamar Smith 


32 


32 985 


30.8 


169 401 .421 


5 


17 


.294 


75 


159 


.472 


37 


186 


283 


8.8 


77 


2 


39 


"3 


32 


19 


418 13.1 


22 Nik Caner-Medlev 


32 


32 982 


30.7 


142 328 .433 


36 


115 


.313 


69 


105 


.657 


61 


90 


'51 


4.7 


71 


2 


55 


B9 


34 


27 


389 12.2 


13 Chris McCrav 


32 


30 956 


29.9 


112 252 .444 


31 


101 


.307 


97 


118 


.822 


30 


92 


'22 


33 


93 


6 


90 


62 


18 


53 


352 11.0 


04 Travis Garrison 


32 


25 696 


21.8 


B7 210 .414 


15 


42 


.357 


62 


85 


.729 


78 


87 


185 


5.2 


91 


3 


21 


43 


36 


16 


251 7.8 


05 D.J. Strawberry 


31 


3 620 


20.0 


68 139 .489 


3 


22 


.273 


50 


95 


.526 


35 


52 


87 


2.8 


66 


2 


41 


47 


18 


51 


192 6.2 


25 Ekene Ibekwe 


32 


7 434 


'3.3 


5' '21 .534 


3 


11 


.273 


32 


82 


516 


4B 


76 


124 


3.9 


74 


3 


10 


39 


44 


25 


157 4.9 


23 Mike Jones 


3D 


300 


10.0 


43 110 .391 


25 


62 


.403 


35 


48 


.761 


22 


3^ 


56 


1.9 


21 





15 


20 


2 


13 


146 4.9 


44 Hassan Fofana 


2B 


3 525 


33 


14 43 .326 








.000 


11 


25 


.440 


15 


32 


47 


1.7 


41 


3 


2 


18 


16 


6 


39 1.4 


31 Will Bowers 


19 


3 3 7 


5.1 


4 13 .308 


D 





.000 


8 


13 


.615 


5 


17 


22 


1 2 


20 


8 


4 


4 


3 


3 


16 0.8 


02 Andre Collins 


6 


1 53 


B.8 


7 15 .467 


1 


7 


.143 





2 


.000 


2 


5 


7 


1.2 


6 





10 


5 


1 


1 


15 2.5 


21 Mike Grinnon 


11 


45 


4.1 


1 3 .333 





1 


.000 


4 


6 


.667 


3 


B 


11 


1.0 


2 





5 


4 





2 


6 35 


20 Darien Henry 


g 


D 20 


2.2 


2 4 .500 


D 





.000 








.000 





2 


2 


0.2 


2 











1 


2 


4 0.4 


TEAM 






















52 


49 


101 


3,3 









3 








Total 


3a 






891 2021 .441 


165 


490 


.337 


530 


840 


.631 


501 


821 


1322 


41.3 


631 


21 


451 


485 


215 


274 


2477 77,4 




32 






774 1910 .405 


228 


623 


.366 


532 


739 


,720 


420 


813 


1233 


38.5 


696 


26 


409 


546 


141 


247 


2308 72.1 


2003-04 ACC REGULAR SEASON (7-9) 

/-TOTAL-/ /-3-PTS-/ 






/■ 


■•REBOUNDS- 


■/ 
















II Player 


GP 


GS Min 


Avg 


FG FGA Pet 


3FG 


FGA 


Pet 


FT 


FTA 


Pet 


Off 


Def 


Tot 


Avg 


PF 


FO 


A 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Pts Avg 


1 1 John Gilchrist 


16 


15 569 


35.6 


88 200 .440 


18 


53 


305 


52 


7' 


732 


28 


44 


72 


4.5 


35 


1 


70 


58 


4 


31 


2aK '5 4 


22 Nik Caner-Medlev 


16 


'3 438 


313 


69 176 .392 


19 


73 


.271 


34 


53 


.538 


30 


38 


88 


4.1 


38 


1 


2B 


48 


22 


11 


'5' '13 


13 Chris McCrav 


16 


14 458 


28.6 


53 '23 443 


11 


47 


.234 


51 


65 


735 


13 


45 


58 


3.8 


43 


4 


42 


28 


3 


22 


'"2 '33 


01 Jamar Smith 


16 


16 462 


28.9 


37 "2 333 


1 


6 


.187 


30 


7' 


423 


45 


78 


'23 


77 


47 


2 


16 


33 


19 


10 


'85 '33 


04 Travis Garrison 


16 


'3 333 


21.9 


42 39 424 


8 


21 


.331 


27 


32 


.844 


38 


37 


75 


4.7 


47 


1 


10 


25 


11 


8 


119 7.4 


05 D.J, Strawberry 


16 


3 313 


19 3 


37 30 433 


2 


11 


132 


23 


49 


.469 


20 


22 


42 


2.6 


33 


D 


25 


29 


6 


29 


99 6.2 


25 Ekene Ibekwe 


16 


B 303 


13 3 


26 53 .483 


2 


5 


.400 


15 


25 


.600 


25 


3B 


63 


3.9 


42 


2 


7 


20 


1B 


11 


73 4.6 


23 Mike Jones 


16 


D 'i S3 


10.0 


20 60 .333 


13 


33 


.361 


13 


18 


.722 


13 


15 


28 


1.8 


13 





7 


13 


1 


5 


66 4.1 


44 Hassan Fofana 


13 


D 141 


10.8 


10 24 .417 








.000 


10 


13 


.526 


13 


20 


33 


2.5 


3D 








11 


9 


2 


30 2.3 


31 Will Bowers 


10 


D 32 


3.2 


3 .000 








.000 


2 


4 


.500 


2 


7 


9 


0.9 


7 





1 


2 


2 


1 


2 0.2 


21 Mike Grinnon 


2 


3 


1.5 


1 1 1.000 








.000 








.000 











O.D 




















2 1.0 


20 DanenHenrv 


3 


2 


0.7 


.000 








.000 








.000 








D 


O.D 




















0.0 


TEAM 






















29 


24 


53 


3.3 









2 








Total 


16 






417 998 .418 


74 


255 


.290 


257 


412 


.624 


256 


366 


622 


38.9 


341 


11 


204 


259 


100 


130 


1165 72.8 


Oooonents 


16 






387 924 .419 


113 


297 


.380 


30B 


41B 


.737 


220 


410 


630 


39,4 


341 


9 


207 


279 


BO 


139 


1195 74.7 


2004 ACC TOURNAMENT (3-0) 

/-TOTAL-/ /•■•3-PTS 


.../ 








/■ 


■■REBOUNDS. 


■/ 
















II Player 


GP 


GS Min 


Avg 


FG FGA Pet 


3FG 


FGA 


Pet 


FT 


FTA 


Pet 


Off 


Def 


Tot 


Avg 


PF 


FO 


A 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Pts Avg 


1 1 John Gilchrist 


3 


3 105 


35.0 


26 41 .634 


9 


14 


643 


11 


15 


733 


7 


9 


18 


5.3 


8 





19 


6 


1 


6 


72 24.0 


01 Jamar Smith 


3 


3 94 


31.3 


23 51 .451 


D 





.000 


13 


21 


.619 


5 


19 


24 


8.0 


B 





4 


7 


2 


1 


59 19.7 


04 Travis Garrison 


3 


3 78 


26.0 


12 24 .500 


4 


11 


.334 


11 


IB 


BBB 


5 


14 


19 


6.3 


6 





3 


5 


4 


3 


39 13.0 


13 Chris McCrav 


3 


3 96 


32.0 


9 22 .409 


2 


7 


.286 


14 


15 


.933 


2 


10 


12 


4.0 


11 


1 


7 


6 


1 


5 


34 11.3 


22 Nik Caner-Medlev 


3 


3 82 


27.3 


5 14 .357 


1 


4 


250 


11 


14 


.786 


5 


10 


15 


5.0 


10 


1 


4 


3 


1 


2 


22 7,3 


05 D.J. Strawberry 


3 


6B 


22.7 


3 6 .5D0 


1 


1 


1.000 


6 


8 


750 


2 


6 


B 


2.7 


8 


1 


3 


1 


2 


1 


13 4.3 


25 Ekene Ibekwe 


3 


D 44 


14.7 


5 10 .500 








.000 


2 


2 


'.303 


4 


2 


6 


2.0 


5 





D 


B 


3 


2 


12 4.0 


23 Mike Jones 


3 


24 


8.0 


3 7 .429 


2 


3 


.667 


4 


5 


.800 


3 


5 


8 


2.7 


3 








2 





1 


12 4.0 


44 Hassan Fofana 


3 


24 


8.0 


1 4 .250 








003 








.000 





4 


4 


1.3 


4 


D 





2 


1 


2 


2 0.7 


21 Mike Grinnon 


1 


10 


10.0 


.000 








300 


2 


2 


1.000 


D 


2 


2 


2.0 


1 








1 





1 


2 2.0 


Total 


3 






87 179 .486 


19 


40 


.475 


74 


98 


.755 


36 


B1 


117 


39.0 


64 


3 


40 


39 


15 


24 


267 89,0 


Opponents 


3 






90 191 .471 


25 


66 


.379 


50 


81 


.617 


37 


73 


110 


36.7 


72 


7 


35 


40 


14 


24 


255 85,0 


2004 NCAA TOURNAMENT (1-1) 

/-TOTAL-/ /-3-PTS 


■■■/ 








/■ 


-.REBOUNDS. 


■/ 
















1 1 Player 


GP 


GS Min 


Avg 


FG FGA Pet 


3FG 


FGA 


Pet 


FT 


FTA 


Pet 


Off 


Def 


Tot 


Avg 


PF 


FO 


A 


TO 


Blk 


Stl 


Pts Avg 


01 Jamar Smith 


2 


2 73 


36 5 


10 20 .500 


1 


1 


1.000 


9 


15 


.600 


8 


ID 


16 


8.0 


3 





2 


5 


1 


1 


30 15.0 


13 Chns McCrav 


2 


2 66 


33.0 


3 14 .571 


3 


6 


.500 


10 


11 


9DS 


I 


5 


6 


3.0 


8 


1 


5 


8 


1 


4 


23 14 5 


1 1 John Gilchrist 


2 


2 71 


35.5 


10 22 455 


2 


7 


.286 


3 


7 


.429 


4 


5 


9 


4.5 


6 


1 


11 


5 





2 


25 12 5 


04 Travis Garnson 


2 


2 43 


21.5 


7 19 .368 


1 


4 


.250 


8 


11 


7 2^ 


4 


10 


14 


7.0 


B 





3 


2 


3 


1 


23 11.5 


22 Nik Caner-Medley 


2 


2 48 


24.0 


4 10 .400 


2 


5 


.403 


6 


6 


1.000 


2 


2 


4 


2.0 


5 





4 


5 





1 


16 B.O 


05 D.J. Strawberry 


2 


43 


20.0 


5 12 .417 


1 


2 


.580 


4 


6 


.667 


6 


2 


8 


4.0 


5 





1 





2 


1 


■5 ^5 


25 Ekene Ibekwe 


2 


36 


18.0 


3 8 .375 


3 


2 


.030 


5 


10 


.500 


2 


■3 


15 


7.5 


9 


1 


1 


4 


5 


1 


11 5.5 


23 Mike Jones 


2 


19 


9.5 


2 4 .500 


1 


3 


333 


2 


3 


.667 


1 


1 


2 


1.0 


1 





3 


1 





1 


7 3.5 


44 Hassan Fofana 


2 


4 


2.0 


2 .000 








.000 








.000 











0.0 


1 








1 








0.0 


Total 


2 






49 111 .441 


11 


30 


.367 


47 


69 


.681 


28 


49 


77 


38.5 


46 


3 


30 


31 


12 


12 


15S 78,0 


Opponents 


2 






51 111 ,459 


9 


29 


.310 


44 


62 


,710 


21 


46 


67 


33.5 


50 


1 


24 


26 


7 


g 


155 77.5 



[101] 



-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 



i f i lj , 



fill,}, 



TRHDITIOH 



iff 



f f I 'I 1 J I 1 ' f. 



11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 





STATISTICS 



TEAMS 


FGM-FGA 


PCT. 


3PM-3PA 


PCT. 


FTM-FTA 


PCT. 


OR-DR 


R5B 


PF-D 


AST 


TO 


blk 


STL 


1H 


8H 


3T PTS 


at Maryland 


33-73 


.458 


6-88 


.873 


7-18 


.583 


88-86 


48 


8-0 


19 


13 


9 


10 


35 


44 


79 


American (11/22) 


17-62 


574 


8-24 


.333 


6- 7 


.857 


19-22 


41 


16-0 


9 


S3 


2 


6 


8 


40 


48 


at Maryland 


36-76 


.474 


3-15 


.800 


4- 8 


.500 


19-30 


49 


11-0 


19 


15 


7 


18 


41 


38 


79 


GMU (11/25) 


25-65 


.385 


5 17 


.294 


9-11 


.818 


12-24 


36 


12-0 


12 


19 


5 


7 


38 


26 


64 


at Maryland 


26-58 


.446 


4-13 


.306 


31-55 


.554 


14-88 


36 


13-0 


15 


18 


10 


14 


49 


3B 


B7 


Hofstra (11/29) 


26-62 


.419 


7-22 


.318 


13-14 


.929 


13-31 


44 


37-6 


14 


25 


1 


8 


36 


36 


72 


at Maryland 


30-68 


.464 


8- 9 


.888 


11-81 


.584 


18-89 


41 


80-1 


18 


11 


10 


18 


30 


31 


18 73 


Wisconsin [12/21 


55 6' 


.361 


10-23 


.435 


13-20 


.650 


13-27 


40 


20-0 


17 


14 


3 


5 


22 


39 


6 67 


Maryland 


35-70 


.357 


4-80 


.800 


14-87 


.519 


81-80 


41 


16-0 


13 


17 


B 


14 


34 


34 


6B 


vs. Gonzaqa(12/6) 


28-58 


.483 


13-53 


.565 


13-17 


.765 


13-32 


45 


19-0 


16 


24 


5 


11 


30 


52 


82 


Maryland 


89-59 


.498 


6-13 


.468 


13-18 


.788 


14-87 


41 


80-8 


81 


19 


4 


7 


34 


38 


11 77 


vs. West Va. (12/7) 


25-59 


.424 


13-26 


5-:: 


15-21 


.714 


11-19 


30 


20-2 


21 


13 


6 


8 


38 


28 


12 78 


Maryland 


87-69 


.391 


7-17 


.418 


8-18 


.444 


15-36 


51 


88-1 


18 


80 


10 


6 


39 


81 


9 69 


at Florida (12/10) 


21-67 


.313 


6-16 


.375 


20-30 


.667 


16-34 


50 


23-0 


14 


18 


7 


8 


27 


33 


8 68 


at Maryland 


38-70 


.543 


10-15 


.685 


10-16 


.685 


19-88 


47 


16-0 


81 


10 


8 


4 


44 


58 


96 


Pepperdine 112/14) 


26-67 


.388 


7-23 


354 


■■3 17 


.765 


16-18 


34 


17-1 


14 


10 


2 


4 


32 


40 


72 


at Maryland 


35-65 


.536 


5-13 


.385 


10-19 


.586 


18-38 


44 


17-0 


17 


13 


S 


10 


48 


43 


B5 


UNC-Greens (12/23) 


23-64 


.359 


3-13 


.231 


9-14 


.643 


12-24 


36 


21-0 


10 


14 


5 


B 


32 


26 


5B 


Maryland 


89-66 


.439 


7-80 


.350 


10-18 


.556 


17-85 


48 


84-8 


11 


84 


5 


7 


36 


39 


75 


at Florida St. (12/28) 


24-60 


.400 


7-16 


.438 


24-33 


.727 


14-25 


39 


22-0 


11 


18 


4 


14 


37 


42 


79 


at Maryland 


38-64 


.500 


7-13 


.538 


18-89 


.681 


13-48 


55 


17-0 


17 


15 


7 


9 


48 


41 


89 


Mt. St. Mary's (1/3) 


19-65 


535 


7-24 


595 


11-15 


.733 


6-26 


34 


22-3 


a 


17 


1 


5 


34 


22 


56 


at Maryland 


87-67 


.403 


7-14 


.500 


86-36 


.684 


80-33 


53 


14-0 


11 


11 


9 


10 


30 


57 


B7 


UMES (1/6) 


14-54 


.259 


2-20 


.100 


8-12 


.667 


9-27 


36 


25-0 


8 


24 


3 


7 


19 


19 


38 


at Maryland 


31-57 


.544 


3- 9 


.333 


85-35 


.714 


14-86 


40 


18-1 


14 


88 


7 


6 


47 


43 


90 


No. Carolina (1/14) 


30-73 


.411 


7-19 


.366 


17-26 


.654 


21-18 


39 


24-2 


20 


16 


8 


12 


49 


35 


B4 


Maryland 


85-69 


.368 


4-17 


.835 


17-87 


.630 


80-86 


46 


88-0 


9 


19 


8 


11 


38 


33 


71 


at Ga. Tech (1/17) 


27-65 


.415 


9-21 


.429 


18-24 


.750 


14-29 


43 


53-5 


9 


17 


7 


8 


35 


46 


B1 


at Maryland 


85-59 


.484 


a- 9 


.333 


7- 9 


.778 


10-84 


34 


19-1 


16 


15 


11 


1 


89 


31 


60 


Duke (1/21) 


54-7' 


.338 


7-18 


389 


13-17 


.765 


24-25 


49 


16-0 


16 


11 


5 


10 


35 


33 


68 


Maryland 


84-55 


.436 


3-10 


.300 


14-1B 


■77B 


14-83 


37 


19-0 


13 


17 


3 


8 


87 


3B 


65 


at Clemson [1/251 


21-55 


.362 


3-18 


.167 


7-17 


4'5 


17-19 


36 


17-0 


11 


20 


2 


3 


31 


21 


52 


Maryland 


86-58 


.448 


10-83 


.435 


83-30 


.767 


10-19 


89 


30-1 


17 


19 


5 


9 


53 


38 


85 


at Wake For. (1/291 


24-51 


.471 


7-17 


.412 


36-46 


.826 


11-26 


37 


23-0 


12 


19 


1 


11 


43 


50 


93 


at Maryland 


89-60 


.463 


8-14 


.143 


9-18 


.500 


13-81 


34 


19-0 


14 


18 


5 


1 


33 


36 


69 


NC State (2/1) 


24-51 


.471 


10-19 


.526 


23-25 


.920 


6-24 


30 


18-0 


14 


9 


1 


5 


33 


48 


81 


Maryland 


84-67 


.358 


5-16 


.313 


18-36 


.500 


84-85 


49 


80-1 


7 


17 


6 


9 


43 


86 


71 


at Wrqinia [2/41 


21-53 


.396 


6-14 


.429 


19-26 


.679 


'5 55 


38 


26-1 


10 


20 


8 


8 


36 


31 


67 


at Maryland 


85-68 


.403 


6-83 


.861 


17-88 


.607 


17-31 


48 


17-0 


13 


11 


11 


3 


39 


34 


73 


Florida State (2/8) 


5 '-54 


.326 


10-26 


.365 


10-14 


.714 


14-27 


41 


23-0 


15 


10 


5 


8 


38 


24 


62 


Maryland 


30-78 


.385 


6-81 


.886 


80-30 


.567 


18-14 


38 


31-3 


19 


11 


3 


15 


35 


51 


86 


atNo.Carolina(2/15) 


28-51 


.549 


5-14 


357 


355: 


.720 


13-37 


50 


24-1 


17 


22 


B 


5 


55 


42 


97 


at Maryland 


83-71 


.384 


3-80 


.150 


15-85 


.600 


86-18 


44 


86-1 


10 


15 


7 


5 


31 


33 


64 


Georgia Tech (2/1 9) 


55-5' 


.510 


5-11 


.455 


1B-29 


.621 


14 58 


42 


22-2 


14 


20 


11 


7 


35 


45 


75 


Maryland 


88-59 


.373 


5-13 


.385 


14-87 


.519 


88-16 


38 


81-0 


10 


83 


8 


14 


88 


35 


53 


at Duke (2/221 


27-54 


.500 


9-23 


39 ; 


23-29 


.793 


13-22 


35 


19-0 


15 


19 


5 


16 


45 


41 


BB 


at Maryland 


88-54 


.519 


4- 8 


.500 


10-80 


.500 


10-89 


39 


18-0 


13 


17 


11 


10 


38 


38 


70 


Clemson (224j 


'6-5 1 


.314 


3-13 


.231 


14-20 


.700 


11-19 


30 


15-1 


6 


22 


6 


7 


21 


28 


49 


Maryland 


89-59 


.498 


3-14 


.814 


88-33 


.667 


9-18 


87 


88-1 


14 


14 


10 


6 


34 


49 


83 


Wake Forest (2/28) 


31-63 


.492 


13-23 


555 


16-25 


.640 


16-26 


44 


25-1 


18 


22 


2 


9 


46 


45 


91 


Maryland 


84-57 


.481 


6-17 


.353 


16-84 


.667 


6-83 


31 


19-0 


18 


18 


8 


15 


44 


86 


70 


at NC State (3/3) 


22-49 


.449 


9-54 


.375 


16-17 


54- 


4-29 


33 


22-1 


12 


19 


2 


8 


34 


35 


69 


at Maryland 


83-57 


.343 


4-81 


.190 


80.34 


.588 


84-8B 


58 


16-0 


18 


11 


4 


10 


87 


43 


70 


Virginia (3/7) 


5' 62 


.339 


3-21 


.143 


16-18 


.889 


14-30 


44 


22-0 


7 


15 


5 


10 


34 


27 


61 


Maryland 


87-57 


.474 


9-14 


.643 


84-38 


.750 


11-38 


43 


81-0 


15 


15 


7 


5 


36 


51 


87 


vs. Wake-acc(3/12) 


30-69 


.435 


9-23 


.391 


17-28 


.607 


'i 2-24 


36 


22-1 


17 


9 


4 


12 


36 


50 


B6 


Maryland 


31-55 


.564 


5-13 


.385 


18-88 


.818 


9-17 


86 


80-1 


10 


11 


4 


10 


86 


59 


85 


vs. NCSt-accB/13) 


27-52 


.519 


11-22 


5DD 


17-22 


.773 


10-19 


29 


•9-' 


12 


14 


2 


5 


45 


37 


82 


Maryland 


89-67 


.433 


5-13 


.385 


38-44 


.787 


16-38 


48 


83-8 


15 


13 


4 


9 


3B 


39 


18 95 


vs. Duke-acc(3/14) 


33-70 


.471 


5-21 


533 


16-31 


.516 


15-30 


45 


31-4 


6 


17 


8 


7 


36 


41 


87 


Maryland 


89-59 


.498 


6-18 


.444 


80-31 


.645 


16-81 


37 


80-0 


17 


14 


6 


7 


47 


39 


B6 


vs. UTEP-ncaa 13/18) 


59-56 


.518 


5-17 


294 


20-24 


.833 


9-20 


29 


25-1 


13 


14 


2 


2 


42 


41 


83 


Maryland 


80-58 


.385 


3-18 


.850 


87-38 


.711 


1S-8B 


40 


86-3 


13 


17 


6 


5 


88 


4B 


70 


vs. Svr.-ncaa 13/20) 


22-55 


.400 


4-12 


.333 


54-59 


.632 


12-26 


39 


25-0 


11 


12 


5 


7 


32 


40 


72 



(AP/U3A Today-ESPN Rankings) 



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CC Tournament TitlesrwsfcWM/flBw 

ACC Regular Season Titles': 1975, wo 1995,2002 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 



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2003-04 SUPERLATIVES 



Maryland Game Highs 

POINTS 96 vsPepperdine (12/1403) 


FIELD GOALS MADE 


3B 


vsPepperdine (12/14/03) 


FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 


7B 


at North Carolina (2/15/04) 


FIELD GOAL PCT 55^ !3'-55: 


vsNCState-ACC (3/1304) 


3 FT FIELD GDALS MADE 


10 


at Wake Forest 11/29/04] 




10 


vsPepperdine (12/14/03) 


3 FT FG ATTEMPTS 


23 


vs Florida State (2/8704) 




23 


at Wake Forest [1/29/04] 


3PTFGPCT .643 19-1 4) 


vs Wake Forest-ACC (3/1 204) 


FREE THROWS MADE 


32 


vs Duke-ACC (3/14/04) 


FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 


55 


vsHofstra (11/29/03) 


FREE THROW PCT. .818118-22) 


vs NC State-ACC (3/1304) 


RESOUNDS 


55 


vs Mt. St. Mary's (1/3/04) 


ASSISTS 


21 


vsPepperdine (12/14/03) 




21 


vs West Virginia (12/7/03) 


STEALS 


15 


at NC State (3/3/04) 




15 


at North Caroline (2/1 5/04) 


BLOCKED SHOTS 


11 


vs Clemson (2/24/041 




11 


vs Florida State (2/8/041 




11 


vs Duke [1/21/041 


TURNOVERS 


24 


at Florida State [1 2/28/03) 


FOULS 


31 


at North Carolina (2/1 5/04) 


Opponent Game Highs 

POINTS 97 at North Carolina (2/15/04) 


FIELD GOALS MADE 


33 


vs Duke-ACC (3/14/04) 


FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 


73 


vs North Carolina (1/14/03) 


FIELD GOAL PCT. .549128-51] 


at North Carolina (2/15/04) 


3 FT FIELD GOALS MADE 


'3 


vs Wake Forest (2/2B/04) 




13 


vs West Virqinia (12/7/03) 




13 


vs Gonzaqa (12/6/03) 


3 FT FG ATTEMPTS 


26 


vs Florida State (2/8/04) 




26 


vs West Virqinia (12/7/03) 


3PTFGPCT. .585(13-23) 


vs Wake Forest (2/2B/04) 


.565(13-23) 


vs Gonzaqa (12/6/03) 


FREE THROWS MADE 


38 


at Wake Forest (1/29/04) 


FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 


50 


at North Carolina (2/1 5/04) 


FREE THROW PCT. .941(16-17) 


at NC State (3/3/04) 


REBOUNDS 


50 


at North Carolina [2/1 5/04) 




50 


at Florida (12/10/03) 


ASSISTS 


5! 


vs West Virqinia [12/7/031 


STEALS 


16 


=;0--,e:22204: 


BLOCKED SHOTS 


■'! 


vsGeorqia Tech (2/19/041 



TURNOVERS 25 


vsHofstra (11/29/03) 


FOULS 37 


vsHofstra (11/29/03) 


Maryland Game Lows 

POINTS 60 vs Duke (1/21/04) 


FIELD GOALS MADE 20 


vs Svracuse-NCAA (3/20/04) 


FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 52 


vs Syracuse-NCAA (3/20/04) 


FIELD GOAL PCT. .324(23-71) 


vsGeorqia Tech (2/19/04) 


3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 2 


vsNC State 12/1/04) 


2 


vs Wisconsin (12/2/03) 


3 PT FG ATTEMPTS B 


vs Clemson (2/24/04) 


3PTFGPCT. .143(2-14) 


vsNC State (2/1/04) 


FREE THROWS MADE 4 


vs Georqe Mason (1 1/25/031 


FREE THROW ATTEMPTS B 


vsGeorqe Mason (11/25/03) 


FREE THROW PCT. .444(8-18) 


at Florida (12/10/03) 


BEEOUNDS 25 


vsNC State-ACC (3/1304) 


ASS'STS 7 


at Virqinia (2/4/04) 


5"EA_E 1 


vsNC State (2/1/04) 


1 vs Duke (1/21/04) 


BLOCKED SHOTS 5 


at NC State [3/3/04) 


2 


at Duke (2/22/04) 


TURNOVERS 10 


vsPepperdine [12/14/031 


FOULS B 


vs American (11/22/031 


Opponent Game Lows 

POINTS 38 vs Md.-Eastern Shore (1/6/04) 


FIELD GOALS MADE 14 


vs Md.-Eastern Shore (1/6/041 


FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 49 


at NC State (3/3/041 


FIELD GOAL PCT. .259(14-54) 


vs Md.-Eastern Shore (1/6/041 


3 FT FIELD GOALS MADE 2 


vs Md.-Eastern Shore (1/6/041 


3 FT FG ATTEMPTS 1 1 


vsGeorqia Tech 12/19/04) 


3PTFGPCT. .100(2-20) 


vs Md.-Eastern Shore (1/6/04) 


FREE THROWS MADE 6 


vs American (11/22/03) 


FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 7 


vs American (11/22/03) 


FREE THROW PCT. .412(7-17) 


at Clemson (1/25/04) 


REBOUNDS 29 


vsUTEP-NCAA (3/18/04) 


29 


vsNC State-ACC (3/1 3/04) 


ASSISTS 6 


vs Duke-ACC (3/1 4/041 


6 


vs Clemson (2/24/041 


5T54-.S 2 


vsUTEP-NCAA (3/18/04) 


BLOCKED SHOTS 1 (4x) 


last vs NC State (2/1/04) 


TURNOVERS 9 


vs Wake Forest-ACC (3/1 2/04) 


9 


vs NC State (2/1/04) 


FOULS 12 


vsGeorqe Mason (11/25/03) 



Individual Game Highs 



POINTS 


30 


John Gilchrist vs NC State-ACC (3/1304) 




27 


John Gilchrist a; Gecrqa Tec h (1/1704) 


FIELD GOALS MADE 11 


John Gilchrist vs NC State-ACC B'1 3041 




11 


John Gilchrist at Georqia Tech [1/1 7/041 


FIELD GOAL ATT 


22 


Jamar Smfth vs Duke-ACC 13/1 404) 




21 


John Gilchrist at V"0 - a '.204041 




21 


Jamar Smth vs West Vrqinia I1207A33) 


FG PCT .875 (7-8) 


D.J. Strawberry vs Peppe-o.'e [12 1403) 


.846(11-13) 


John Gilchrist vs NC State-ACC (3/1 304) 


3 PT FG MADE 


5 


John Gilchrist vs NC State-ACC (3/1 304) 




4 


John Gilchrist vs W. Forest-ACC (3/1 204) 




4 


John Gilchrist at Virqinia (20404! 


3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 


B 


Nik Caner-Medley vs Virqinia (30704) 




7 


John Gilchrist vs NC State-ACC (3/1304) 




7 


Chris McCray vs Virqinia (307/041 




7 


Nik Caner-Medlev vs Fla. State [20804] 




7 


Nik Caner-Medlev at W. Forest [1/29/041 




7 


Nik Caner-Medlev at Florida (1 2/1 003] 




7 


Mike Jones vs American (1 1/22031 


FREE THROWS 


11 


Mike Jones vs Md. E.-Shore (10604) 




B 


Jamar SmWi vs Syracuse-NCAA BI20ID4) 




B 


John Gilchrist vs Wake Forest 12/2B04] 




B 


Travis Garrison at Wake Forest (1/2904) 




8 


Travis Garrison vs Hofstra (1 1/2903) 


FREE THROW AH 


'4 


Jamar Smfch vs Nprth Carolina (1 /1 404) 




12 


Jamar Smith vs Duke-ACC 0/1404) 




12 


Mike Jones vs Md. E.-Shore (1/06O4) 




12 


Travis Garrison vs Hofstra (1 1/2903) 


REBOUNDS 


14 


Jamar Smth vs Florida State EABD4) 




14 


Jamar Smfr vs Mount St. Mary's [103041 


A5S5TS 


9 


John Gilchrist a: Wake F=-e=: (1 29041 




9 


John Gilchrist vs Wisconsin [1202031 


STEALS 


5 


Chris McCray vs Virqinia (30704) 




5 


John Gilchrist vs Clemson 122404] 




5 


John Gilchrist at Net*" 0=" "5 2 ' 504] 




5 


Chris McCray vs Gonzaqa (120603) 




5 


John Gilchrist vs Hofstra (1 1/23/031 


BLOCKED SHOTS 


4 


Ekene Ibekwe vs UTEP-NCAA 13/1 B04) 




4 


Nik Caner-Medlev vs Fla. State [208041 




4 


Ekene Ibekwe vs Md. E.-Shpre [1 06 04) 




4 


Ekene Ibekwe vs Mt. St. Mary's 110304] 




4 


Travis Gamsan at Florida (12/1003) 




4 


Nik Caner-Medley vs Wisconsin [120203) 



POINTS-REBOUNDS-ASSISTS 



□ate 


Opponent 


Smith 


Garrison 


Strawberry 


Gilchrist 


McCray 


Henry 


Grinnon 


Caner-Medley 


Jones 


Ibekwe 


Bowers 


Fofana 


N22 


AMERICAN 


14-13-4 


9-8-0 


7-5-1 


2.1-4 


10-2-2 


0-2-0 


0-0-0 


9-8-4 


10-1-0 


9-2-3 


200 


0-0-2 


N25 


GEO. MASON 


19-13.2 


5-7-1 


9-4-4 


1 1-4-4 


6-4-3 


0-0-0 


dnp 


23-7-3 


0-0-0 


4-5-1 


0-0-0 


010 


N29 


HOFSTRA 


ii-io-a 


12-4-0 


5-1-0 


18-4-6 


12-5-1 


dnp 


dnp 


19-2-3 


0-1-0 


5-2-2 


0-0-0 


300 


D2 


WISCONSIN 


S5-1S-1 


6-4-0 


3-5-0 


12-7-9 


16-1-2 


dnp 


dnp 


7-4-0 


dnp 


4-1-1 


dnp 


0-2-0 


06 


vs. Gonzaqa 


13- 7-1 


4-8-0 


2-2-0 


11-6-3 


12-8-5 


dnp 


0-1-2 


16-4-1 


3-0-0 


4-1-2 


o-o-: 


O-'O 


07 


vs. West Virqinia 


S3-13-S 


11-5-0 


3-3-2 


15-3-7 


16-3-7 


dnp 


1-2-0 


6-8-1 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


d"c 


:-:-: 


D10 


at Florida 


14.12-1 


2-7-1 


5-4-2 


18-4-4 


6-3-2 


dnp 


0-0-0 


22-13-2 


dnp 


2-20 


D-1-0 


:-: 


D14 


PEPPERDINE 


12-10.2 


2-3-0 


17-1-1 


24-5-7 


11-3-7 


2-0-0 


0-0-0 


10-6-1 


8-3-2 


4-4-0 


4-0 


2-1-2 


D23 


UNC-GREENS. 


6- 8-0 


10-5-1 


9-3-1 


9-2-8 


11-6-2 


2-0-0 


0-0-0 


19-5-4 


6-4-0 


13-6-1 


O-O I 


0-0-0 


D28 


at Florida State 


B-11-0 


9-1-1 


7-4-1 


15-2-5 


15-0-1 


dnp 


dnp 


15-10-2 


0-0-0 


6-8-0 


0-0-1 


dnp 


J3 


MT. ST. MARY'S 


14.14.2 


5-3-2 


5-1-1 


16-6-6 


15-5-3 


0-0-0 


0-2-1 


14-4-1 


9-3-0 


9-10-4 


2-10 


0-0-0 


J6 


UMES 


13. 9-0 


4-3-0 


mi 


13-5-1 


2-6-2 


0-0-0 


0-4-2 


7-7-1 


25-6-3 


7-7-4 


50-' 


20-: 


J14 


NORTH CAROLINA 


22- 9-0 


9-6-1 


0-0-2 


20-5-5 


6-4-4 


dnp 


dnp 


17-4-1 


5-3-1 


11-5-0 


0-0-0 


;-: 


J17 


at Georqia Tech 


7-13-2 


4-6-1 


5-3-3 


27-6-1 


9-3-1 


dnp 


dnp 


5-6-1 


7-2-0 


7-5-2 


0-2-0 


:-: 


J21 


DUKE 


12- 3-2 


4-1-0 


2-4-4 


10-6-7 


7-4-2 


dnp 


dnp 


21-8-1 


O'O 


2-2-3 


0-1-0 


:■:-: 


J25 


at Clemson 


6-10-2 


11-5-0 


1-2-1 


15-5-5 


11-5-3 


dnp 


dnp 


13-2-1 


2 ■-■ 


2-0-0 


dno 


4-2- ■ 


J29 


at Wake Forest 


10- 6-1 


13-5-1 


3-0-2 


12-3-9 


9-4-1 


dnp 


dnp 


15-4-1 


11-1-1 


8-1-1 


2-1-0 


2-1-1 


F1 


NC STATE 


21- 6-2 


7-5-1 


4-10 


8-5-3 


3-6-4 


dnp 


dnp 


10-1-2 


6-4-1 


0-2-1 


c~: 


4-0-0 


F4 


at Vrqinia 


6- 1-0 


5-10-0 


9-5-0 


26-8-1 


3-5-2 


0-0-0 


dnp 


6-2-2 


7-3-1 


2-1-3 


0-0-0 


5-10-1 


F8 


FLORIDA STATE 


16-14-1 


2-10-4 


12-5-1 


11-3-3 


10-3-0 


dnp 


dnp 


14-3-2 


6-2-1 


2-4-3 


dnp 


0-2-0 


F15 


at North Carolina 


14- 8-0 


10-3-0 


8-4-3 


12-4-8 


16-2-6 


TZ 


dnp 


13-1-1 


3-0-1 


8-5-0 


0-0-0 


2-2-1 


F19 


GEORGIA TECH 


3-11-0 


16-7-1 


10-4-0 


4-2-4 


11-2-3 


:-c 


dnp 


10-7-2 


5-1-0 


4-5-0 


jjnp 


0-2-0 


F22 


at Duke 


4- 4-0 


11-4-0 


9-2-2 


14-8-3 


5-4-3 


r: 


0-0-0 


9-3-2 


4-0-0 


1-0-0 


0-4-0 


5-3-0 


F24 


CLEMSON 


10- 7-0 


4-4-0 


15-5-1 


19-1-6 


1 4-5-2 


0-0-0 


2-0-0 


0-1-3 


0-2-0 


6-10-3 


0-1-0 


0-1-0 


F28 


WAKE FOREST 


0- 0-1 


10-2-0 


4-0-3 


26-4-5 


15-4-4 


0-0-0 


dnp 


20-4-1 


0-0-0 


2-3-0 


0-0-0 


3-60 


M3 


at NC State 


16- 8-3 


2-3-0 


4-3-1 


21-2-2 


9-4-4 


dnp 


dnp 


B-2-2 


8-3-0 


2-2-1 


dnp 


0-2-0 


M7 


VIRGINIA 


10-12-2 


2-3-0 


6-0-1 


6-8-3 


20-3-2 


dnp 


dnp 


13-8-2 


0-5-0 


2-5 ' 


dnp 


4-2-0 


M12 


vs. Wake (ACC) 


11- 5-0 


16-10-3 


9-2- 1 


16-5-6 


13-7-4 


dnp 


ore 


13-8-1 


300 


4-2-' 


dnp 


2-4-0 


M13 


vs. NC State (ACC) 


23- 7-0 


4-2-0 


4-5-1 


30-4-7 


12-1-1 


dnp 


2-: 


4-3-1 


2-2-0 


6-2-1 


dnp 


:-:-: 


Ml 4 


vs. Duke (ACC) 


25-12-4 


19-7-0 


0-1-1 


26-7-6 


9-4-2 


dnp 


2-2-0 


5-4-2 


7-60 


2-2-1 


dnp 


ooo 


MI8 


vs. UTEP (NCAA) 


14- 8-0 


7-5-3 


9-6-1 


18-7-5 


19-4-4 


one 


dnp 


12-0-3 


2-0-1 


5-6-4 


dnp 


0-0-0 


M20 


vs. Syracuse (NCAA) 


16- 8-2 


16-9-0 


6-2-0 


7-2-6 


10-2-1 


dnp 


ir.s 


4-4-1 


5-2-2 


6-9-1 


dnp 


0-0 



Bold indicates game started; DNP = did not play-coach's decision; INJ = injured 



Ifti 



004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS 



Individual Performances 



Points 

Player 


Points 


Opponent 


John Gilchrist 


3D 


vs. NC State-ACC 13/1304] 


John Gilchrist 


27 


at Georgia Tech [1/17/04] 


John Gilchrist 


26 


vs. Duke-Ace :: 14 34: 


John Gilchrist 


26 


vs. Wake Forest iaEB/04) 


John Gilchrist 


26 


at Virqinia (2/4/D4) 


Mike Jones 


25 


vs. Md.-Eastem Shore (1/E04) 


Jamar Smith 


25 


vs. Duke-ACC (3/1404] 


Jamar Smith 


25 


vs. Wisconsin 11 2/2/D3) 


John Gilchrist 


24 


vs. Pepperdine(12/14/D3) 


Nik Caner-Medley 


23 


vs. Georqe Mason 11 1/25 D3) 


Jamar Smith 


23 


vs. NC State-ACC (3/1304) 


Jamar Smith 


23 


vs. West Virqinia (12/703) 


Nik Caner-Medley 


22 


at Florida [12/1 0/03) 


Jamar Smith 


22 


vs North Caroira i' 14.04: 


Johr 3 Christ 


21 


at NO State 13/3/04) 


Jamar Smith 


21 


vs. NO State (2/104) 


Nik Caner-Medley 


21 


vs. Duked/2104) 


Nik Caner-Medley 


2: 


vs. Wake Forest 12/2B04) 


John Gilchrist 


2D 


vs. North Carolina [1/14/041 


Chris McCray 


2D 


vs. Virqinia (3/7/04) 


Rebounds 

Player 


Rebounds 


Opponent 


Jamar Smith 


14 16 off. 8def) 


vs. Florida State E/B/04) 


Jamar Smith 


14 [2 off. 12def) 


vs. Mount St. Mary's [1/304] 


Nik Caner-Medley 


13 (4 off, 9defi 


at Florida (12/1003) 


Jamar Smith 


13 [5 off. Bdefl 


atGeorqiaTechH/1704) 


Jamar Smith 


13 15 off. Bdef) 


vs. West Virqinia [12/7031 


Jamar Smith 


13(7 off. 6defl 


vs. Georqe Mason [11:25035 


Jamar Smith 


12(1 off, 11 def) 


vs. Duke-ACC (3/14041 


Jamar Smith 


12(2 off, 10def) 


vs. Virqinia [3704) 


Jamar Smith 


12 13 off, 9 def) 


at Florida [12/1003) 


Jamar Smith 


12 (5 off. 7 def) 


vs. Wisconsin 11 2/203) 


Jamar Smith 


12 (9 off. 3 def) 


vs. American 11 1/22/03) 


Assists 

Player 


Assists 


Opponent 


John Gilchrist 


9 


at Wake Forest 1 1/2304] 


John Gilchrist 


9 


vs. Wisconsin 112/203) 


John Gilchrist 


a 


at North Carolina 12/1 504) 


John Gilchrist 


B 


vs. UNC Greensboro (12/2303) 


John Gilchrist 


7 


Four times 


Chris McCray 


7 


vs. Pepperdine (12/14/03) 


Chris McCray 


7 


vs. West Virqinia (12/703) 


Steals 

Player 


Steals 


Opponent 


John Gilchrist 


5 


vs. Clemsor [£2404 


John Gilchrist 


5 


at North Carolina (2/1 5/04) 


John Gilchrist 


5 


vs. Hofstra [1 1/29/03) 


Chris McCray 


5 


vs. Virqinia 13/7/04) 


Chris McCray 


5 


vs Gcntaqa :'2EEE: 


Nik Caner-Medley 


4 


vs. Mo -Easts" S-:re " 5:4: 


John Gilchrist 


4 


vs. NC State-ACC (3/1304) 


Chris McCray 


4 


vs. West Virqinia 11 2/703) 


Jamar Smith 


4 


at NC State [3/3041 


D.J. Strawberry 


4 


Four times 


Blocked Shots 

Player 


Blocks 


Opponent 


Nik Caner-Medley 


- 


vs. Florida State 12/B04) 


Nik Caner-Medley 


4 


vs. Wisconsin (12/203) 


t-='= bekwe 


4 


Three times 


Travis Garrison 


4 


at Florida (12/1003) 


Double-Doubles 

Player 


Breakdown 


Opponent 


Jamar Smith 


25 pts / 1 2 rebs 


vs. Duke-ACC 13/14/04) 


Jamar Smith 


25pts/12rebs 


vs. Wsconsin (12/203) 


Jamar Smith 


23 pts/ 12 rebs 


vs. West Virqinia (12/703) 


Nik Caner-Medley 


22 pts/ 13 rebs 


at Florida (12/10031 


Jamar Smfr 


19 pts/ 13 rebs 


vs. Georqe Mason 11 1/2503] 


Jamar Smfch 


16 pts/ 14 rebs 


vs. Flonda State 12/B04] 


Travis Garrison 


16 pts/ 10 rebs 


vs. Wake Forest-ACC 13/1204] 


Nik Caner-Medley 


15 pts /10 rebs 


at Florida State 11 2/2B03) 


Jamar Smfeh 


14 pts/ 14 rebs 


vs. Mount St. Mary's 11/304) 


Jamar Smfth 


14 pts/ 12 rebs 


at Florida 112/1003) 


Jamar Smith 


14 pts/ 12 rebs 


vs. American 11 1/2203) 


Jamar Smith 


12 pts/ 10 rebs 


vs. Pepperdine 112/1 403) 


Jamar Smth 


i :.'. 


vs. Hofstra (1 1 2=21. 


Slamar Smith 


■1 - :. 


vs. Virqinia 13/704) 



Terrapin Tendencies 



Maryland's Record 


Overall 


ACC 


Overall Record 


20-12 


7-9 


Home 


12-4 


-~ 


Road 


4-5 


2-2 


Neutral 


4-3 




Leadinq at the half 


15-3 


4-2 


Trailing at the half 


4-B 


22 


Tied at the half 


1-1 


0-1 


Leadinq wrth 5:00 to play 


18-0 


6-0 


Trailing with 5:00 to pray 


1-12 


0-9 


Tied with 5:00 to play 


1-0 


10 


in sinqle overtime 


3-1 


0-0 


r :::^z e :.e"~e 


0-0 


0-0 


Shootinq 50% or better 


6-0 


20 


Shooting below 50% 


14-11 


5-9 


Shootinq 409b or better 


17-6 


5-5 


Shootinq below 40% 


3-6 


2-4 


Opponent shootinq 50% or better 


2-3 


0-3 


Dccc n ent shooting below 50% 


1B-9 


7-6 


DpDonent shooting 40% or better 


7-11 


2-8 


I:::—-: r:::': baov, 4D< 


13-1 


5-1 


Shoot higher FG% than opponent 


16-4 


5-3 


Shoot lower +"0^: tra n opponent 


4-7 


2-5 


FG% is even 


0-1 


0-1 


Shooting more field qoal attempts 


13-B 


4-7 


Shooting fewer field qoal attempts 


6-3 


2-2 


Held qoal attempts are even 


1-1 


1-0 


Shootinq more free throws 


12-3 


4-2 


Shootinq fewer ^e throws 


6-9 


2-7 


Free throws are even 


2-0 


10 


Outreboundinq opponent 


17-7 


8-5 


Dutrebounded by opponent 


3-5 


1-4 


Reboundinq is even 


D-0 


0-0 


More turnovers than opponent 


4-7 


2-5 


Fewer turnovers Shan opponent 


•4-4 


5-3 


Turnovers are even 


2-1 


0-1 


More fouls Dhan opponent 


4-B 


2-7 


Fewer fouls than opponent 


15-3 


5-2 


Fouls are even 


1-1 


0-0 


Zero Man/land players foul out 


14-4 


5-3 


1 + Maryland players foul out 


6-8 


2-6 


Sconnq more bench points 


12-6 


4-5 


Scoring fewer bench points 


7-6 


2-4 


Bench scorinq is even 


■ : 


10 


Games decided by 3 or less 


5-2 


10 


Games decided by 4 to B 


4-4 


2-4 


Games decided by 9 to 12 


2-4 


2-4 


Games decided by 13 to 19 


3-1 


1-0 


Games decided by 20 or more 


6-1 


1-1 


vs. Top 10 opponent 


3-2 


1-2 


vs. Top 25 opponent 


4-7 


1-5 


vs. Unrenked opponent 


13-3 


5-2 


vs. Team with winninq record 


12-11 


22 


vs. Team with .500 record 


2-1 


1-0 


vs. Team with oS' r g record 


6-0 


1-0 


Player scores 30+ points 


1-0 


0-0 


Player scores 20+ points 


11-5 


-4 


Teres score 60+ points 


2: 2 


7-9 


Teres sccre 70+ points 


18-7 


6-5 


Teres score 80+ points 


10-3 


1-3 


Terps score 90+ points 


3-0 


1-0 



Opp. player scores 30+ points 


3-0 


0-0 


Oop. player scores 20+ points 


8-10 


3-B 


Opponents score 60* points 


14-12 


5-8 


Opponents score 70+ points 


7-11 


1-8 


Opponents score 80+ points 


5-7 


1-6 


Opponents score 90+ points 


0-3 


0-3 


Maryland's Record 


Jverall 


ACC 


In November 


3-0 


oo 


In December 


4-3 


0-1 


In January 


4-3 


2-3 


In February 


3-5 


3-5 


In March 


6-1 


2-0 


Maryland Top Scorer (includes ties) 


John Gilchrist 


13 


8 


Nik Caner-Medley 


8 


3 


Jamar Smith 


7 


3 


Chris McCray 


4 


3 


Travis Garrison 


3 





Mike Jones 


1 





Maryland Top Rebounder [includes ties] 


Jamar Smith 


23 


11 


Travis Garrison 


4 


1 


Hassan Fofana 


2 


2 


Chns McCray 


2 


1 


Nik Caner-Medley 


2 


1 


Ekenelbekwe 


2 


1 


John Gilchrist 


1 


1 


Maryland Top Assist Player (includes ties) 


John Gilchrist 


25 


11 


Chris McCray 


7 


4 


D.J. Strawberry 


2 


1 


Nik Caner-Medley 


2 


1 


Travis Garrison 


Andre Collins 


1 





Mike Jones 


1 





Jamar Smith 


1 


: 


Maryland's Largest ... 

Lead 


Overall: 49 [87-38 at D: 11 left-2H vs. UMES 


■ = :-: 




ACC: 21 165-44 at 2:50 left-2H vs. Clemson, 20404] 


Deficit 


Overall: 27 (52-79 at 4:58 left-2H at Duke. 2/2204] 


ACC: 27 (52-79 at 4 5B 1 eft-2H at Duke, 2/2204) 


Margin of Victory 


Overall: 49 [B7-38 vs. UMES. 1/B04) 


ACC: 21 [70-49 vs Os-scn, 224/04) 


Margin of Defeat 


Overall: 23 [B3-BB at Duke, 22204) 


ACC: 23 (63-86 at Duke, 2/2204) 


Hafftime Lead 


Overall: 27 (35-B vs. American, 1 10203) 


ACC: ' I [32-21 vs. Clemson, 2/2404) 


Hafftime Deficit 


Overall: 20 [35-55 at North Carolina, 2/1 504) 


ACC: 20 [35-55 a: Norf Can: -a. 2 1504) 


Home Crowd 


Overall: 17,950 [sellout, 16 times) 


ACC: 17,950 [sellout, B times] 


Road Crowd 


Overall: 21 ,750 [at North Carolina, 2/1 504) 


ACC: 21 ,750 [at North Carolina, 2/1504] 


Neutral Crowd 


Overall: 23.745 [ACC Tournament. 3 times) 



Maryland and Opponent Scoring Margins 

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 B 9 10 11 12 13 14 


15 


21 


23 


24 


27 


31 


33 


49 


Maryland 3 2 1 2 11 1 1 


2 


1 




■ 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Opponents 11 1 3 12 1 1 






1 













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IMHII 



QlfOUt: 2001, 2002 

ICC Tournament Titles: -nsrwcwf 

ACC Regular Season Titles: im, ism isss, 2002 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




2003-04 ACC REVIEW 



Final Standings 



Team 


W 


L 


ACC Games 
Pet Hm 


Rd 


W 


L 


All Games 
Pet Hm 


Rd 


Neu 


Duke 


13 


3 


.812 


7-1 


6-2 


31 


6 


.836 


14-1 


8-2 


9-3 


NC State 


11 


5 


.688 


6-2 


5-3 


21 


10 


.677 


14-2 


5-6 


2-2 


Wake Forest 


9 


7 


.562 


5-3 


4-4 


21 


10 


.677 


12-3 


6-5 


3-2 


Georqia Tech 


9 


7 


.562 


5-3 


4-4 


28 


10 


.737 


12-3 


7-5 


9-2 


North Carolina 


8 


8 


.500 


6-2 


2-6 


19 


11 


.633 


12-2 


4-7 


3-2 


Maryland 


7 


g 


.438 


4-4 


3.5 


SO 


12 


.655 


13-4 


4-5 


4-3 


Florida State 


6 


10 


.375 


6-2 


0-6 


19 


14 


.576 


15-3 


3-10 


1-0 


Virginia 


B 


10 


.375 


5-3 


1-7 


18 


13 


.581 


14-4 


3-8 


1-1 


Clemson 


3 


13 


.188 


3-5 


0-8 


10 


18 


.357 


10-6 


0-10 


0-2 



bold denotes ACC Champion 



ACC Individual Leaders 



Scoring 

t Player, CI., Team 


G 


FG 3FG 


FT 


Pts. 


Avg/G 


• Ras-ao VcCanB, So.. NC 


30 


21B 7B 


89 


599 


20.D 


2 .._;-:::= J- ST 


31 


1B9 2B 


159 


5B3 


1B.2 


3. Justin Gray, So.. WF 


31 


1BB 97 


93 


526 


17.0 


4. Tm Pickett, Sr. FS 


33 


1B5 110 


S3 


543 


1B.5 


5. J J. Redick. So.. DU 


37 


172 102 


143 


5B9 


15.9 


6. John Gilchrist, So., MD 


as 


1B1 43 


67 


493 


15.4 


7. Sean Ma,-, So.. NC 


39 


1B3 


115 


441 


15.2 


8. Luol Denq, Fr.. DU 


37 


21 D 40 


ga 


558 


15.1 


9. B.J. FJder, Jr., GT 


3B 


194 77 


103 


56B 


14.9 


10. Bran Brown. Jr.. VA 


31 


1BB D 


12B 


460 


14.8 


Ore Paul Fr, WF 


31 


135 40 


150 


460 


14.8 


!2. Marcus Melvin. Sr, ST 


31 


14B 59 


B7 


442 


14.3 


13. Jamar Smith, Sr., MD 


sa 


169 S 


75 


418 


13.1 


14. Daniel Ewinq, Jr., DU 


37 


151 74 


92 


468 


12.6 


Sheklen Williams, So.. DU 


37 


1B4 2 


'22 


-BE 


12.6 


1B. Jawad Williams, Jr., NC 


39 


127 18 


92 


3S4 


12.6 


17. Jarrett Jack, So., GT 


38 


145 22 


fvt 


474 


■;e 


1B. Enc Wfems. So., WF 


31 


147 : 


j: 


3B4 


12.4 


13. Dewi Smith. Jr.. VA 


27 


1 IE 34 


e: 


333 


■-- 2 


20. Nik Caner-Medley, So., MD 


32 


143 36 


69 


389 


13.3 


31. Shar-cd Feu jr., CU 


2S 


■ ie : 


IDC 


332 


11.9 


32. Fa,-:-o =eton, So.. NO 


3D 


"3 35 


85 


346 


11.5 


33. Marvn Lews. Sr.. GT 


3B 


■-:■. an 


52 


418 


11.0 




22 


r. J1 


97 


353 


11.0 


35 SnawanFtabhson.So., CU 


22 


101 43 


58 


303 


10.B 


Rebounding 

t Player, CI. Jean 


G 


Rebs. 


Avg/G 






1 . Sean May. So. , NC 


39 


285 


9.B 






8. Jamar Smith, Sr., MD 


3a 


383 


a. 6 






3. Sheklen >,V; ams, So., DU 


37 


314 


8.5 






4. Jamaai Levy, Jr., WF 


31 


259 


8.4 






5. Marcus Meton, Sr, ST 


31 


25' 


8.1 






B. Shamed Ford, Jr . CU 


28 


202 


7.2 






7. Luol Denq. Fr., DU 


37 


255 


B.9 






S. Luke Schenscher, Jr., GT 


38 


252 


B.B 






9. Julius Hodqe, Jr., ST 


31 


19B 


B.4 






10. Eton Brawn. Jr., VA 


31 


195 


6.3 






11. Ere Williams. So., WF 


31 


175 


5.6 






13. Chns Hobos. Sr., CU 


2B 


152 


5.4 






13. Jawad Williams, Jr., NC 


29 


157 


5.4 






14. Adam Waleskowski, Jr., FS 


33 


17B 


5.4 






15. Travi9 Garrison, So,, MD 


32 


165 


5.6 






1B. Dewi Smith, Jr., VA 


27 


139 


5.1 






17. Oawi Noel. So.. NC 


24 


117 


4.9 






1B. Jarrett Jack, So.. GT 


38 


185 


4.9 






19. Nik Caner-Medley, So., MD 


as 


161 


4.7 






20. Isma'il MuhammsO, Jr., GT 


38 


17B 


4.7 







Field Goal Percentage 

f Player, CI., Team G 


FG 


FGA 


Pet. 


1. Julius Hodqe, Jr.. ST 


31 


189 


373 


.507 


2. Elton Brown, Jr., VA 


31 


1BS 


330 


.503 


3. Rashad McCants. So., NC 


30 


216 


451 


.479 


4. Luol Denq. Fr. DU 


37 


210 


442 


.475 


5. John Gilchrist, So., MD 


33 


181 


383 


.474 


B. Sea- May, So . NC 


29 


163 


353 


.463 


7. Tm Pickett, Sr.. FS 


33 


1B5 


436 


.434 


6. Jamar Smith, Sr., MD 


33 


169 


401 


.481 


9. 6.J. FJder. So.. GT 


EE 


194 


4BB 


415 


1D. Justin Gray, So., WF 


31 


1BB 


410 


410 


Free Throw Percentage 

1 Player, CI., Team G 


FT 


FTA 


Pet. 


1. J.J. Redick, So., DU 


37 


143 


150 


.953 


2 s n Evtimov, S: . ST 


31 


78 


89 


.876 


3 :-;P=. Fr NF 


31 


150 


17B 


.843 


4. Julius Hodqe, Jr. ST 


31 


159 


193 


.83B 


5, Chris McCray, So., MD 


36 


97 


118 


.838 


8. Marcus Melvin, Sr.. ST 


31 


87 


107 


.813 


7. Raymond Felton, So,. NC 


30 


B5 


105 


.810 


8. Jarrett Jack. So.. GT 


38 


154 


192 


.803 


9. Justin Gray, So.. WF 


31 


93 


117 


.795 


10. B.J. FJder. Jr.. GT 


36 


103 


132 


.780 


3-Point Field Goal Percentage 

t Player, CI., Team G 3FG 


FGA 


Pet. 


1. Daniel Ewinq, Jr., DU 


37 


74 


180 


.411 


2. Rashad McCants, So., NC 


30 


7B 


191 


.408 


3. Tim Pickett. Sr., FS 


33 


110 


270 


.407 


4, Marvin Lewis, Sr, GT 


36 


B2 


206 


,39B 


5. J.J. Redick, So.. DU 


37 


102 


258 


.335 


3-Point Field Goals Made 

1 Player, CI., Team G 3FG 


FGA 


Avg/G 


1. Daniel Ewinq, Jr., DU 


37 


74 


1B0 


.411 


2. Rashad McCants. So., NC 


30 


7B 


191 


40B 


3. Tim Pickett, Sr, FS 


33 


110 


270 


.407 


4. Marvin Lewis, Sr, GT 


3B 


82 


20B 


.338 


5. J.J. Redick, So., DU 


37 


102 


256 


.335 


Assists 

1 Player, CI., Team 


G Assists 


Avg/G 




1. Raymond Felton, So.. NO 


30 


212 


7.07 




2. Chns Duhon, Sr., DU 


37 


225 


6.08 




3. Chns Paul, Fr.WF 


31 


1B3 


5.90 




4. Jarrett Jack, So., GT 


38 


213 


5.61 




5. John Gilchrist, So., MD 


36 


159 


4.97 




6. Nate Johnson, Sr. FS 


33 


125 


2"2 




7. Julius Hodqe, Jr.. ST 


31 


113 


3.61 




3 Vernon Ha~ ton Fr 2. 


23 


21 


3 25 




S Todd Billet, Sr. VA 


31 


22 


2 I? 




10 T.J Bannister c .- 


31 


93 


3.00 




Ilian EvDmov, So., ST 


31 


22 


2 CD 




'2 Ta-c-D:.\-e, J- A- 


31 


91 


2.94 




13. Chris McCray, So., MD 


36 


90 


8.81 




14. Justin Gray. So.. WF 


31 


B7 


3.81 




15. Melvin Scott, Jr.NC 


30 


79 


3.83 






John Gilchrist 



10. Jemer Smith, Sr., MD 



36 



36 



1.00 



Assist/Turnover Ratio 

1 Player, CI., Team G 


Asst 


TO 


Ratio 


1. Nate Johnson, Sr, FS 


33 


125 


39 


3.21 


3. Chris Paul, Fr, WF 


31 


183 


83 


3.23 


3. Chris Duhon, Sr, DU 


37 


225 


104 


2.16 


4. Todd Billet, 6r., VA 


31 


99 


46 


2.15 


5. Raymond Feton, So., ND 


30 


212 


103 


2.0B 


B. Jarrett Jack, So., GT 


38 


213 


116 


1.64 


7. T.J. eannister, Fr.VA 


31 


93 


57 


1.63 


8. John Gilchrist, So., MD 


38 


159 


98 


1.68 


9. Ilian Evtimov. So., ST 


31 


93 


66 


1.41 


10. Julius Hodqe. Jr., ST 


31 


112 


95 


1.18 


11. Vernon Hamiton, Fr, CU 


38 


91 


87 


1.05 


Steals 

1 Player, CI., Team 


G 


Steals 


Avg/G 




1. Chns Paul, Fr., WF 


31 


B4 


2.71 




3. Tim Pickett. Sr, FS 


33 


B2 


2.48 




3. Chris Duhon, Sr, DU 


37 


BO 


2.16 




4, Raymond Feton, So., NC 


30 


B4 


2.13 




5. Jarrett Jack, So., GT 


38 


74 


1.95 




6. Vemon Hamilton, Fr, CU 


28 


50 


1.79 




7. Rashad McCants. So., NC 


30 


53 






8. John Gilchrist, So,, MD 


38 


56 


1.75 




9. Chris McCray, So,, MD 


36 


53 


1.66 




10. D.J. Strawberry, Fr., MD 


31 


51 


1.65 




Blocked Shots 

1 Player, CI., Team 


G 


Blk 


AvgG 




1 . Shelden Williams, So,, DU 


37 


111 


3.00 




3. SharrodFord, Jr.CU 


28 


B4 


2.29 




3. Shavlik Randolph. So.. DU 


37 


B1 


1.65 




4. Luke Schenscher, Jr. GT 


38 


54 


1.42 




5. Ekene Ibekwe, Fr., MD 


36 


44 


1.3B 




B. Sean May. So.. NC 


22 


36 


1.24 




7. Travis Garrison, So,, MD 


32 


36 


1.12 




8, Nik Caner-Medley, So., MD 


33 


34 


1.06 




9. Luc' Denq, Fr , DU 


37 


39 


1.05 









11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 




^TTm^TfEFI 



ACC Team Statistics 

Scoring Offense Free Throw Percentage 



t Team 



W-L Pts Avg/G I Team 



FTM FTA Pet. 



1 . Wake Forest 


31 


21-10 


esse 


83.5 


2. North Carolina 


3D 


19-11 


24B4 


82. 1 


3. Duke 


37 


31-8 


2S5- 


7H.S 


4. Maryland 


33 


30-13 


3477 


77.4 


5 Georqia ~=z~ 


3B 


2B-10 


2911 


78.6 


6. Virqinia 


31 


18-13 


2305 


74.4 


7. NC State 


31 


21-10 


22B1 


72.9 


8. Florida State 


S3 


19-14 


2359 


71.5 


9. Clemson 


SB 


10-18 


1839 


B5.7 


Scoring Defense 

t Team G Pts 


Avg/G 




1 . Duke 


37 


2408 


85.0 




2. Florida State 


33 


21 4B 


85.1 




3. NC State 


31 


201 a 


B5.1 




4, GeorqiaTech 


38 


2552 


B7.2 




5. Cfemson 


28 


'33E 


70.9 




6. Maryland 


33 


330B 


73.1 




7. North Carolina 


30 


2243 


74.6 




S. Virqinia 


31 


2323 


"4 5 




9. Wake Forest 


31 


2380 


78.1 




Scoring Margin 

1 Team G 


OFF 


DEF 


vlargin 


1 . Duke 


37 


79.8 


B5.0 


+14.8 


2, Georqia Tech 


3B 


78.8 


67,2 


+9.4 


3. NC State 


31 


72.9 


65.1 


+7.8 


4. Wake Forest 


31 


83.5 


7B.1 


+7.4 


5. North Carolina 


3D 


82.1 


74.B 


+7.4 


6. Fbrida State 


33 


71.5 


65.1 


+8.4 


7. Maryland 


33 


77.4 


73.1 


+5.3 


8. Virqinia 


31 


^__ 


74.9 


-O.B 


9. Clemson 


2S 


55" 


"S3 


■5.2 


Field Goal Percentage 

t Team G FG FGA 


Pet. 


1 . Wake Forest 


31 


BB2 


1B54 


.476 


2. Duke 


37 


1018 


21B1 


.471 


3. Georgia Tech 


38 


1029 


2213 


.465 


4. North Carolina 


3D 


877 


1912 


.459 


5. NC State 


31 


7B0 


1BBB 


.450 


B. Virqinia 


31 


807 


181 ' 


.446 


7. Maryland 


aa 


391 


3031 


.441 


8. Florida State 


33 


B15 


1B59 


.43B 


9 Clemson 


2B 


B49 


1504 


.432 


Field Goal 
Percentage Defense 

f Team G FG 


FGA 


Pet. 


1 . Georqia Tech 


3B 


885 


2228 


.388 


2 c ::-id3 State 


33 


739 


1B45 


.401 


3. Maryland 


33 


774 


1910 


.405 


4. Duke 


37 


B7B 


2154 


.407 


5. NC State 


31 


717 


'ESS 


.422 


6. Virqinia 


31 


B18 


3 5 


.427 


7. Clemson 


2E 


704 


1B4B 


.427 


8. North Carolina 


3D 


799 


179B 


.444 


9. Wake Forest 


31 


813 


1811 


.449 


3-Point Field Goal 
Percentage 

1 Team G FG 


FGA 


Pet. 


1 . Wake Forest 


31 


23B 


B11 


.3BB 


2. Florida State 


33 


29B 


"S3 


Z~r. 


3. Georgia Tech 


SB 


2E" 


"33 


SEE 


- Duke 


37 


2E3 


"3 


.364 


5. North Carolina 


30 


195 


554 


.352 


6. NC State 


31 


280 


753 


.345 


7. Maryland 


33 


165 


490 


.337 


B. Virqinia 


31 


192 


57B 


.332 


9. Clemson 


2B 


134 


418 


.321 


3-Point Field Goal 
Percentage Defense 

= Tearr G FG 


FGA 


Pet. 


GeorqiaTech 


SS 


218 


"3 


.297 


2 NC State 


31 


'72 


550 


313 


3. Florida State 


SS 


245 


782 


333 


4. Duke 


37 


178 


H44 


334 


5- Clemson 


28 


175 


53E 


333 


6. Virqinia 


31 


213 


812 


34E 


7. North Carolina 


S3 


223 


851 


353 


B. Maryland 


aa 


338 


623 


.356 


„9. Wake Forest 


31 


23S 


B33 


.373 




1. 


NC State 


31 


4B1 


602 


"33 


3 


Duke 


37 


B55 


B90 


736 


3 


Wake Forest 


31 


590 


B29 


712 


- 


Georqia Tech 


3B 


588 


947 


SS3 


3 


North Carolina 


30 


515 


"-3 


EEE 


E 


Florida State 


33 


433 


63' 


SEE 


7. 


Virqinia 


31 


499 


732 


EE3 


B. 


Clemson 


2B 


407 


645 


631 



9. Maryland 




33 


530 


B40 


631 


Rebounding Margin 

1 Team G Team Avg 


OPP Avg 


Mar. 


North Carolina 


:: 


1189 


39.B 


1DB2 35.4 


-4 3 


2. Clemson 


3E 


I05C 


37.5 


940 33.B 


-3 3 


3. Wake Forest 


31 


"43 


s - : 


'333 SS 3 


+3.1 


4. Maryland 


32 


1333 


41.3 


1333 3S.5 


-a. 8 


5. Duke 


3" 


1351 


3B.5 


1265 34.2 


-33 


B. Florida State 


33 


1192 


3B.1 


1153 34.9 


-■ 3 


7. NC State 


31 


1046 


33.7 


1025 33.1 


+0.7 


8. Georc-a Teen 


38 


1422 


37.4 


- s ta; 


+0,1 


9. Virqinia 


3' 


'3^3 


34.5 


1234 39.B 


5 3 


Dlocked Shots 

-- Team G 


Blocks 


Avg/G 




1 . Maryland 




33 


315 


6.73 




2. Duke 




37 


240 


6.49 




3. Georqia Tech 




38 


172 


4.53 




3e~s:" 




3E 


125 


-43 




5. Virqinia 




31 


132 


4.26 




6. Noith Carolina 




30 


120 


4.D0 




7. Florida State 




33 


125 


3.79 




B. Wake Forest 




3" 


95 


3.06 




9. NC State 




31 


69 


2.23 




Assists 

f Team 




G Assists 


Avg/G 




1 . North Caroline 




30 


53B 


17.93 




2. Wake Forest 




31 


487 


15.71 




3. Georqia Tech 




3E 


579 


15.24 




4. Florida State 




33 


493 


14.94 




5. NC State 




31 


454 


'4 S3 




6. Virqinia 




31 


451 


'4 33 




7, Duke 




37 


536 


14.49 




8. Maryland 




33 


451 


14.09 




9. Clemson 




33 


359 


2 32 




Assist/Turnover Ratio 

1 Team G Asst Avg Turn Avg 


Ratio 


1 . North Carolina 


S3 


53B 


17.9 


462 15.4 


• IE 


2. NC State 


31 


454 


14.B 


420 13.5 


' 3E 


3. Wake Forest 


31 


487 


15.7 


43~ 14.7 


' 07 


4. Duke 


37 


53E 


I4.5 


511 13.8 


' 33 


5. Virqinia 


31 


451 


14.5 


43B 14.1 


' 33 


6. Georqia Tech 


SS 


579 


15.2 


578 15.2 


1.00 


7. Florida State 


33 


493 


14.9 


519 15.7 


3 S3 


B. Maryland 


32 


451 


14.1 


485 15.3 0.93 


9. Clemson 


3E 


355 


12.8 


537 19.2 


3 3" 


Steals 

t Team 




G 


Steals 


Avg/G 




1 . North Caroline 




3C 


287 


9.57 




2. Duke 




37 


340 


9.19 




3. Wake Forest 




31 


277 


B.94 




4. Georqia Tech 




3B 


338 


8.B9 




5. Florida State 




33 


291 


5 S3 




6. Maryland 




33 


374 


8.55 




7. Virqinia 




31 


215 


6.94 




8. Clemson 




33 


191 


B.82 




9. NC State 




31 


20B 


B.71 





ACC HONORS 



Terp Honorees 




Travis Garr/son 



D.J. Strawberry 



All-ACC First Team 

IFirst-team votes) 



Rashad McCants, So., No. Carolina (91) 


277 


Julius Hodqe, Jr., NC State 


(9D) 


276 


Tim Pickett, Sr., Florida State 


r77) 


264 


Chris Duhon, Sr., Duke 


(72) 


252 


Justin Gray. So., Wake Forest 


(56! 


236 


All-ACC Second Team 

J.J. Redick, So.. Duke 


(44) 


22D 


B.J. Elder, Jr., Georqia Tech 


(22) 


197 


Marcus Melvin, Sr., NC State 


(1) 


157 


Sean May, So., North Carolina 


(2) 


140 


Shelden Williams, So., Duke 


(6) 


125 


All-ACC Third Team 

Chris Paul, Ft., Wake Forest 


(0) 


124 


Raymond Fetal, So., No. Carolina 


(2) 


115 


Luol Denq, Fn, Duke 


(2) 


111 


John Gilchrist, So., Maryland 


(0) 


7S 


Jarrett Jack, So., Georqia Tech 


(1) 


69 


Honorable Mention 

Elton Brown, Jr.. Virqinia 




49 


Daniel Ewmq, Duke 




19 


Devin Smith, Virqinia 




17 


ACC Player of the Year 

Julius Hodqe, NC State 


52 


ACC Coach of the Yeai 

Herb Sendek, NC State 


r 


67 


ACC All-Tournament Teams 

First Team 


John Gilchrist, Maryland 


Jamar Smith, Maryland 


Daniel Ewinq, Duke 


Chris Duhon, Duke 


Shelden Wlliams, Duke 


2nd Team 


B.J. Elder, Georqia Tech 


Julius Hodqe, NC State 


Chris Paul, Wake Forest 


Travis Garrison, Maryland 


Luol Denq, Duke 



ACC Tournament MVP 

John Gilchrist, Maryland 



All-ACC Freshman Team 

(denotes unanimous) 


Luol Denq, Duke 


*93 


Chris Paul, Wake Forest 


'93 


Enain Atsur, NC State 


62 


Alexander Johnson, Florida State 


57 


J.R. Reynolds, Virqinia 


40 



Freshman Team Honorable 
Mention 

D.J. Strawberry, Maryland 34 



Vernon Hamilton, Clemson 



22 



ACC Freshman of the Year 

Chns Paul, Wake Forest 53 



Luol Denq, Duke 



40 



All-ACC Defensive Team 

Shelden Williams, So., Duke 83 



Chris Duhon, Sr., Duke 



75 



Tim Pickett, Sr., Florida State 



73 



Chris Paul, Fr., Wake Forest 



48 



Jackie Manuel, Jr., North Carolina 44 



Honorable Mention 

Julius Hodqe, NC State 



26 



Sharrod Ford, Clemson 



21 



Jamaal Levy, Wake Forest 



19 



ACC Players of the Week 

N24 Jarrett Jack, Georgia Tech 



D1 Isma 1 il Muhammad, Georqia Tech 



DB Sean May, North Carolina 
D15 John Gilchrist, Maryland 



D22 Eric Williams. Wake Forest 



D29 Julius Hodqe, NC State 



J4 Tim Pickett, Fiords State 



J1 1 Sean M3y, North Carolina 



J1B Rashad Mc Cants, UNC: J.J. Redick. Duke 



J25 Tim Pickett, Florida State 



F2_ 
F9 



Chris Duhon, Duke; Julius Hodqe, NC State 
Julius Hodqe, NC State 



F16 Marcus Melvin, NC State 



F23 Justin Gray, Wake Forest 



M1 Justin Gray, Wake Forest 



MB Jarrett Jack, Georgia Tech 



M15 John Gilchrist, Maryland 



ACC Rookies of the Week 

N24 Gary Forbes, Virginia 



D1 Von Wafer, Florida State 



DB Chns Paul, Wake Forest 



015 D.J. Strawberry, Maryland 



D22 Chr.s Paul, Wake Fc^st 



D29 Von Wafer, Florida State 



J4 Chns Paul, Wake Forest 



J11 Mike Jones, Md.iChrs Paul, WF 



JIB Luol Denq, Duke 



J25 J.R, Reynolds, Virginia 



F2 Luol Denq, Duke 



F9 Luol Denq, Duke 



F1 B Chris Paul, Wake Forest 



F23 Luol Deng, Duke 



Mi Lug' Deng, Duke 



MB Luol D enq, Duke 



3l FOUr: 20111,2002 

iCC Tournament Titles: wsr/sw/anw 

ACC Regular Season Titles': im, mo iass, 2002 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




1 ' 1 1 1 f ' 1 ■ 1 



2003-04 GAME RECAPS 



Game I 

[rv/25] Maryland 79, American 48 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. • Jamar Smith had 14 points and 12 re- 
bounds, and Maryland held American University to eight first-half points 
in cruising to a 79-48 season-opening victory. 

Chris McCray and Mike Jones had 10 points apiece for the Terra- 
pins, who limited the Eagles to 15 percent shooting in taking a 35-8 
harftime lead. It was tied at 2 before Maryland scored 27 straight points 
against the cold-shooting, error-prone Eagles. 

American [0-11 began its season by missing 21 of its first 22 shots, 
committing 1 2 turnovers and scoring onfy two points over the opening 
16 minutes. 

With 16 minutes left, the Eagles trailed 51-10 and recefved points 
from only two players, Jemavis Draughn and Andres Rodriguez. Ameri- 
can fell behind by 44 before coming back against Maryland's reserves. 

Starting four sophomores and Smith, the teams lone senior, the 
young Terrapins launched a new era of Maryland basketball in impres- 
sive fashion before a sellout crowd. 

Nik Caner-Medley scored seven straight points, including a 3-pointer 
and a driving dunk, and Smith followed with four successive baskets 
before D.J. Strawberry made a three-point play to make it 20-2. 

Travis Garrison then made a follow shot and a free throw, and bas- 
kets by Strawberry, Andre Collins and Jones upped the margin to 27 
points. 

The last time Maryland held an opponent under 10 points in the 
first half was in 1971 , before the introduction of the shot clock, when 
die Terrapins led South Carolina 4-3. 



MARYLAND 79, AMERICAN 48 

Comcast Center - Nov. 33, 2003 

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Officials: Gary Maxwell. Wan Spanhour 


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Attendance: 


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Game 2 

[rv/24] Maryland 79, George Mason 64 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. • Jamar Smith reached career highs with 1 9 
points and 1 3 rebounds, and John Gilchrist sparked a second-half surge 
that carried Maryland past George Mason 79-64. 

Nik Caner-Medley made his first six shots and finished with a ca- 
reer^best 23 points for the Terrapins (2-0), who trailed early in the 
second half before wearing down the Patriots down the stretch, 

Jai Lewis led the Patriots ( 1 - 1 ) with 1 7 points and Mark Davis had 
15. 

Oown 12 points in the first half, the Patriots got within three at 
halftime and took the lead for the first time during a 9-0 run that made 
ft 47-43 with 1 7 minutes left. 



But Smith followed with a dunk and added two layups in a 1 4-3 run 
that put Maryland up 57-50. Gilchrist also had three baskets in the 
spree. 

Then, after Lewis made successive baskets, Gilchrist hit a 3-pointer 
and D.J. Strawberry scored twee inside to ignite a 9-0 burst that 
made it 66-54. 

MARYLAND 79, GEORGE MASON 64 



Comcast Center - Nov. 25, 2003 
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41 


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79 














Officials: Karl Hess, Mark Schnur, David Guthne 


Technical fouls: Georqe Mason-Mark Davis !va~,:=- j-2 h ~ s Mc2-a, 


Attendance: 17,950 (sellout) 



Game 3 

[rv/24] Maryland 87, Hofstra 72 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. ■ Nik Caner-Medley scored 19 points, and 
Maryland made 31 free throws against Hofstra in an 87-72 victory. 

Maryland (3-0) placed five players in double figures, including Jamar 
Smith, who had 1 1 points and 10 rebounds - his third double-double in 
as many games. 

John Gilchrist reached career highs in points [1 B) and assists (6), and 
Travis Garrison had a personal-best 1 2 points. 

Danny Walker led Hofstra 11-3) with 1 9 points. The Pride was called 
for 37 fouls and had six players foul out, including Walker. 

After going a combined 1 1 -for-20 at the foul line in their first two 
games, the Terrapins made 21 free throws in the first half alone and 
finished 31-for-55 at the line. 

Up by 1 3 at harftime, Maryland opened the second half with an 1 1 - 
4 nun to take a 60-40 lead. 

MARYLAND 87, HOFSTRA 72 



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Game 4 

[rv/25] Maryland 73, [15/13] Wisconsin 67 (ot) 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. ■ Jamar Smith scored a career-high 25 points, 
including the go-ahead basket with 56 seconds left, and Maryland 
outlasted No. 15 Wsconsm 73-67 in overtime. 

Smith also had 12rebounds, his fourth double-double in four games. 
Chris McCray scored a career^high 1 5 points and John Gilchrist had 1 2 
points and nine assists for the Terrapins (4-0), 92-1 in nonconference 
home games since Dec. 12, 1989. 

The game was part of the ACC-Big Ten Challenge. 
Oevin Hams scored 24 points for the Badgers (3-1), who railed to 
force overtime but were outscored 1 2-6 in the extra session. 

The Badgers led 85-63 in overtime before Gilchrist scored on a 
drive. After Wsconsin's Mike Wilkinson missed two foul shots, Smith 
made a layup and D.J. Strawberry followed Hams' miss wrth a free 
throw for a 68-65 lead. 

Smith then added two free throws to seal the victory. 

A 3-pointer by McCray, his first basket of the second half, put 
Maryland up 57-50 with three minutes left in regulation. But Harris 
scored the Badgers' next six points, and after Smith made one of two 
free throws for a 60-5B lead with 21 seconds to go, Wilkinson hit a 3- 
pointer to put Wisconsin on top. 

Maryland's Nik Caner-Medley was then fouled on a putback attempt, 
and he made of one of two with 2.4 seconds remaining to force over- 
time. 

MARYLAND 73, WISCONSIN 67 (OT) 



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2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




TRADITION 



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Game 5 

[17/24] Gonzaga 82, [rv/25] Maryland 68 

WASHINGTON, D.C. ■ Gonzaga's Blake Stepp scored 27 points, 
and Adam Morrison keyed a second-half surge that carried the 1 7th- 
ranked Bulldogs past Maryland B2-B8. 

Stepp went 7-for-1 1 from beyond the arc, including 5-for-7 in the 
decisive second half. He also finished with 1 1 assists. 

Maryland 14-1), coming off an overtime victory over 15th-ranked 
Wisconsin, shot 3B percent from the field. 

Gonzaga opened the second half with a 7-0 run to take a 37-34 
lead, then yielded five straight points before Morrison scored and Stepp 
hit a 3-pointer to start a 1 0-0 burst that made it 47-39. 

After Maryland closed to 49-44, Morrison had a three-point play 
and a dunk and Stepp hrt; two 3-pointers in a 15-5 run that put the 
Bulldogs up 64-49 with 10:2B left. 

Morrison finished with 1 8 points and Kyle Bankhead had 1 1 , includ- 
ing three 3-pointers. 

Nik Caner-Medley scored 1 6 points for the Terrapins, who were 
seeking to go 5-0 for the first time since 1 99B. Jamar Smrth had 1 3 
points and seven rebounds, missing a double-double for the first time 
this season. 

The Terrapins scored the final nine points of the first half to take a 
34-30 lead. The Bulldogs missed 1 B of 28 shots and committed 1 6 
turnovers, but stayed close by going 6-for-12 from 3-point range. 

The second half, however, was all Gonzaga. The Bulldogs were 18- 
of-30 from the field and outscored Maryland 52-34. 

GGNZAGA 82, MARYLAND 68 

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Officials: Rick Crawford, Brad Ferrie, Mike Wood 


Attendance: '3 325 



Game 6 

West Virginia 78, [rv/25] Maryland 77 (ot) 

WASHINGTON, D.C. • West Virginia tied a school record with 13 
3-pointers, and the last one put the Mountaineers ahead for good in 
overtime in a 78-77 victory over Maryland in the consolation game of 
the BBST Classic. 

West Virginia surrendered a 1 B-point lead by scoring just f'we points 
in the final 1 3:3B of regulation. But Kevin Pittsnogle's 3-pomter and the 
Mountaineers' B-for-1 1 free-throw shooting in the extra period helped 
WVU to the victory. 

Drew Schifino led the Mountaineers (3-2) with 1 8 points, and Tyrone 
Sally had 1 4. Wfest Virginia made 13 of 28 3-point attempts, and every 
player used by coach John Beilein made at least one except backup 
center D'or Fischer. 

Jamar Smith had 23 points and 1 3 rebounds for the Terrapins 14- 
2), and Chris McCray had 1 6 points and seven assists. Point guard 
John Gilchrist had 1 5 points and seven assists. 

Maryland scored an the first possession of overtime but didn't get 
another field goal until Gilchrist's runner with 1 4 seconds to play cut the 
lead to two. Patrick Beilein made two free throws to restore the four- 
point lead. 



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Attendance: 1 1 .025 



Game 7 

[rv/25] Maryland 68, [l/l] Florida 68 (ot) 

GAINESVILLE, Fla, • Coach Gary Williams finally pushed his win 
total at Maryland from 299 to 300. That wasn't the only number that 
needed adjusting after Wednesday night's game. 

The Terrapins helped Wlliams reach his milestone with a B9-6B over- 
time win over No. 1 Florida, handing the Gators the loss in their first 
game after reaching the top spot in The Associated Press' poll. 

Travis Garrison made a jumper with 1 B seconds left for the winning 
points in a brutish, defensive game - but one that felt pretty good to 
Williams nonetheless, 

"We havent been consistent, but somehow we found the toughness 
to go out there and play tonight," said Williams, who improved to 300- 
155 in 15 seasons wfch the Terrapins. 

Williams was stuck on 299 after a two-game losing streak that had 
Maryland 15-2) down in the "receiving votes" category of the latest poll. 
This win showed how unscientific those polls really are. 

Bigger, stronger and shooting as well as they had all season, the 
Terrapins got big hoops, rebounds and blocks from John Gilchrist [18 
points). Jamar Smith [14 points, 12 rebounds) and Nik Caner-Medley 
[22 points, 1 3 rebounds) to build a 1 7-point lead early in the second 
half. 

But they went on a cold streak, failing to score a field goal over the 
final nine minutes of regulation. In fact, their only two baskets over the 
final 1 B minutes came on breakaway dunks after steals - and Florida 
tied it at 80 to send the game to overtime. 

In overtime, Anthony Roberson [20 points) hit a 3-pointer and Matt 
Walsh took an outlet pass from Roberson to help the Gators take a 68- 
B4 lead, but the Terps didn't g'we up. 

Caner-Medley hit a shot standing on the 3-point line to cut the 
deficit to two. D.J. Strawberry cut the deficit to one wrih a free throw. 
Then, after another stop in this defensive matchup, the Terps worked 
the ball to Garrison, who hit the game-winner. 

Maryland sealed the win when Smfth blocked Adrian Moss' shot with 
time running out. Smfch got the rebound, was fouled and missed both 
free throws with 1 .1 seconds left. 

Wfth Duke and North Carolina routinely on their ACC schedule, the 
Terrapins got their ninth victory over a top-ranked program in school 
history, leaving them one behind UCLA for the all-time lead. 

Maryland outplayed Florida in every phase in the first half. When 
Ekene Ibekwe hit a 3-pointer wWi 1 6 minutes left in the second half, the 
Terrapins led 49-32. 



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Officials; John Clauaherty, Ted Valentine, Karl Hess 


Attendance: 12,275 





















Game 8 

[rv/rv] Maryland 86, Pepperdine 72 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. ■ John Gilchrist scored a career-high 24 
points to lead five players in double figures as Maryland routed 
Pepperdine. 

D.J. Strawberry added a career-high 17 points as Maryland fol- 
lowed up on its Wednesday-night upset of top-ranked Florida with its 
highest point total of the season. 

Jamar Smfch registered his seventh double-double of the season 
wth 1 2 points and 1 rebounds for the Terrapins, who improved to 8- 
2 entering a nine-day layoff for exams. 

Chris McCray contributed 1 1 points and Nik Caner-Medley netted 
1 for Maryland. Glen McGowan poured in a career-high 38 points for 
Pepperdine (3-5). which snapped a two-game winning streak. 

Maryland broke the game open with an 1 1 -2 run to start the sec- 
ond half, Gilchrist scored eight points duping the blitz, which put the 
Terps ahead 55-34 just 2:07 into the half. 

Pepperdine never got closer than 1 3 points after that despite a 
spectacular effort from McGowan, who hit 1 2 of 1 5 free throws to set 
the individual scoring record at the Comcast Center. 

MARYLAND 86, PEPPERDINE 72 



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MARYLAND 16.2) 




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96 












Officials: Larry Rose, Reggie Cofer, Steve Gordon 


Attendance: "222 « :; 



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ll Four: 2001,2002 

CC Tournament Hi\es:-isss,-im;2om 

ACC Regular Season Titles': ws, woo, ms, 2002 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBAL 




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Game 9 

[24/25] Maryland 85, UNC Greensboro 58 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. • Coach Gary Williams expected Maryland to 
show some offensive rust following a nine-day layoff for exams. 

But a suffocating defensive effort overcame that concern and lifted 
the Terrapins to an easy win in their final tuneup for Atlantic Coast 
Conference competition. 

Nik Caner-Medley scored 1 9 points to lead four players in double 
figures, and No. 24 Maryland limited UNC-Greensboro to 36-percent 
shpoting en route to an 85-58 victory. 

Freshman Ekene Ibekwe had a career-high 1 3 points for Maryland 
[7-3. which improved to 100-2 at home against non-conference oppo- 
nents under Williams. Chris McCray added 1 1 points and Travis Gam- 
son 10 for the Terrapins, who have their earliest ACC opener since 
1998-99 Dec. 28 at Florida State. 

McCray's three-point play started a 1 7-2 run that took 4-1/2 min- 
utes and turned the game into a rout. The Terrapins took advantage of 
five turnovers to build a 63-40 edge with 12:03 remaining. 

Ronnie Burrell and Jay Joseph scored 1 6 points each for UNC- 
Greensboro [4-6), playing its second ranked team in the span of three 
days. Jelani Lawrence was six for six from the field, adding 12 points 
for the Spartans, who fell 1 06-98 to No. 5 Missouri two days prion 

UNC-Greensboro, which has thrived on shooting the 3-pointer at 
times this season, was just 3 of 1 3 from beyond the arc. Joseph, the 
team's leading scorer, was held to 5-for- 15 shooting by Chris McCray. 

MARYLAND 85, UNC GREENS80R0 58 



FLORIDA STATE 79, MARYLAND 75 



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Officials: Tom Lopes, Mike Eades, Jerry Heater 


Attendance! 1 7,950 (sellout) 



Game 10 

[rv/rv] Florida State 79, [24/25] Maryland 75 

TALLAHASSEE, Fla, • Alexander Johnson's dunk sparked a 1 8-2 
run midway through the second half, and Florida State bounced back 
from its lone loss of the season by opening Atlantic Coast Conference 
play with a 79-75 win over Maryland. 

Florida State (11-1. 1-0)blewa 14-point lead early in the game and 
fell behind 56-51 in the second half before the Seminoles' run gave 
them a 67-58 lead wrth 6:20 left. 

Von Wafer and Nate Johnson hit successive 3-point shots during 
the spurt to help the Seminoles win their first conference opener in 
four seasons. But it was Johnsons dunk that gave Florida State the 
lead at 57-56 with 8:4B left as the Seminoles snapped a five-game 
losing streak against Maryland dating back to the 1999-2000 season. 

Johnson led Flonda State with 1 4 points and Tim Pickett added 1 3, 
all in the second half. The Seminoles started the season with 1 straight 
wins before losing 63-56 to Pittsburgh last Monday. 

Nik Caner-Medley, John Gilchrist and Chris McCray eech scored 1 5 
points for Maryland (7-3, 0-1), 



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49 41 



Officials: Mrke Wood, Kerth Maxwell, Steve Coleman 



Attendance: _'i795Dj|e zX 



Game 11 

[rv/rv] Maryland 89, Mount St. Mary's 56 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. • John Gilchrist scored 1 6 points to lead 
four players in double figures as Maryland routed Mount St. Mary's BB- 
Chris McCray scored 1 5 points while Nik Caner-Medley added 1 4 
for Maryland, which shot 54 percent (7-for-13) from 3-point range. 
Jamar Smith notched his eighth double-double of the season with 1 4 
points and 1 4 rebounds as the Terrapins took a 25-point lead early in 
the second half then coasted. 

Antonio Johnson scored 13 points for Mount St. Mary's (2-9). No 
other player reached double figures for the Mount, which shot 29 per- 
cent from the field and committed 1 7 turnovers. 

Freshman forward Ekene Ibekwe had a solid all-around game with 
nine points. 1 rebounds and four blocked shots for Maryland (B-3), 
which was coming off an upset Ipss to Florida State in its Atlantic Coast 
Conference opener. 

MARYLAND 89, MDUNT ST. MARYS 56 



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Game 12 

[rv/rv] Maryland 87, Md.-Eastern Shore 38 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. ■ Freshman Mike Jones scored 23 of his 
career-high 25 points in the second half to help Maryland pull away for 
an B7-3B victory over Maryland-Eastern Shore. 

Jones, who does not start, went 6-forM 1 from the field and 1 1- 
for-1 2 at the line in the most prolific scoring performance by a Mary- 
land freshman since Drew Nicholas scored 27 in November 1999. 

Nik Caner-Medley scared 15 points, and Jamar Smith and John 
Gilchrist both had 1 3 for the Terrapins (9-3), who led by 1 1 at halftime 
befpre turning the game into a rout. 

Maryland never trailed in improving to 99- 1 in non-league home games 
since Dec. 30, 19B9. 

The Terrapins played withput freshman guard D.J. Strawberry, who 
rested a sprained left big toe. His teammates did just fine without him, 
placing four players in double figures in their final non-conference tuneup. 

The remainder of Maryland's regular-season schedule is comprised 
exclusively of Atlantic Coast Conference opponents, beginning Jan. 14 
against North Carolina. 

MARYLAND 87, MD.-EASTERN SHORE 38 



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Officials: Stephen Gordon, Emanuel Upton, Will 


am Humes 












Attendance: ' 7 323 Ise Cut' 



Game 13 

[rv/rv] Maryland 90, [9/11] North Carolina 84 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. • Jamar Smith scored 22 points. John 
Gilchrist had 20 and Nik Caner-Medley added 17 for Maryland (10-3. 1- 
1 Atlantic Coast Conference) in a 90-B4 upset victory over North Caro- 
lina for a young but determined squad. 

After yielding a season-high 49 points in the first half, Maryland put 
the clamps on a powerful offense that surpassed 100 points in each of 
its first two conference games. 

North Carolina, which led by 10 points in the first half, went 1 1-for- 
34 from the field with eight turnovers in the final 20 minutes. The Tar 
Heels did not score one fast-break basket in the second half. 

May scored 1 B points and Raymond Ferton added 1 6 for the Tar 
Heels (10-3, 1-2), who have lost five straight regular-season games to 
Maryland. 

It was 78-all before Smith - the onry senior on the Maryland squad • 
made two foul shots. Travis Garrison then converted two at the line for 
a four-point lead with 1 :24 to go. 

May followed with a free throw, but Chris McCray made two foul 
shots for Maryland and Smith added another to make it B5-79 with 57 
seconds left. 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 



TRADITION 



*$ 



11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



. m Seven Sweet Sixteens Sinbe 1994 



It was 86-84 before McCray made two free throws with 3.5 sec- 
onds remaining. 

After trailing for most of the first half, the Terrapins used a 14-1 
run to go up 62-55 with 1 4:08 left. Smith scored seven points in the 
surge, which provided Maryland its first lead since 4-3. 

The Tar Heels closed to 62-61 before Gilchrist hit a lumper, Caner- 
Medley made a 3-pointer and Gilchrist added two free throws for a 69- 
61 lead. 

But North Carolina got 3-pointers from Melvin Scott, Jawad Will- 
iams and Rashad McCants in a 1 7-9 run that tied it with 3:09 remain- 
ing, 

MARYLAND 90, NORTH CAROLINA 84 



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Officials: " 


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Rashad McCants 


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Attendance 


350 (sellout) 





















Game 14 

[12/14] Geoigia Tech 81, [rv/iv] Maryland 71 

ATLANTA • Will Bynum scored a career-high 25 points and No. 1 2 
Georgia Tech controlled the final 10minutes, pulling away for an 81 -71 
victory over Maryland. 

Georgia Tech (1 4-2, 2-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) won its second 
game in three days after a two-game losing streak, Maryland (10-4, 1- 
2) couldn't follow up an upset of North Carolina, ending a three-game 
winning streak. 

Bynum eclipsed his previous career high of 1 9 points, set in Decem- 
ber 2002 when he was at Arizona. Unhappy with a cut in playing time, 
he left the Wldcats shortly after that and transferred to Georgia Tech. 

The junior scored his first 15 points on 3-pointers, missing only 
once. 

John Gilchrist scored a career-high 27 points, but was the only 
player in dpuble figures for Maryland. The Terps shot just 36 percent 
frpm the field. 

Maryland scored the first two baskets of the second half for its 
biggest lead, 42-35. Georgia Tech rallied, going back ahead 51-49 on 
Luke Schenscher's basket, 

For the next three minutes, it appeared the game would go right to 
the wire. The teams traded the lead five times before Georgia Tech 
went ahead for good, 

Bynum swished a towering 3-pointer with a hand in his face, putting 
the Yellow Jackets up 56-55 with 9:34 remaining. That sparked a 14- 
run as the Terrapins went more than four minutes without a point. 

GEORGIA TECH 81, MARYLAND 71 



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46 


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9 


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3B 


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35 


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81 










Officials: Ted Valentine, Ray PerDne, Pat Adams 


Technical fouls: 


2-eorgia 


"ech-TEAM. 
















Attendance: 9,191 



Game 15 

[1/1] Duke 68, [rv/rv] Maryland 60 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. ■ Seeking to avoid another upset loss at 
Maryland, top-ranked Duke missed 47 field goal attempts in shooting 
34 percent. 

Distressing numbers, except that the Blue Devils retrieved several 
of those misfires and turned them into baskets. 

J.J. Redick scored a season-high 28 points, and the Blue Devils 
dominated the boards in a 68-60 victory. 

Luol Deng had 13 points and 12 rebounds to help Duke [15-1,5-0 
Atlantic Coast Conference) win its 1 2th straight. It was the third time 
in three years the Blue Devils visited Maryland as the No. 1 team, and 
the first time they escaped with a victory. 

The key was rebounding. Duke held a 49-34 edge on the boards. 

Nik Caner-Medley led Maryland (10-5,1 -3) wfch 21 points, including 
1 3 in the final 1 minutes. The Terrapins were seeking to become the 
eighth team in NCAA history to beat two No. 1 teams in same season 
- they defeated then-No. 1 Florida last month - but Maryland never led 
after Redick hit a 3-pointer to put Duke up 7-6. 

DDKE 68, MARYLAND 60 



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29 


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BD 










Officials: Karl Hess. Duke Edsall, Bob Donata 


Technical fouls: Duke-None. Maryland-None. 


Attendance: 17,950 (sellout) 



Game 16 

[rv/rv] Maryland 65, Clemson 52 

CLEMSON, S.C. ■ John Gilchrist had 1 5 ppints, and Maryland used 
a 25-3 run in the second half to beat Clemson 85-52. 

Maryland, (11-5, 2-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) trailed 43-38 with 
1 3:39 remaining in the game. But from there, the Terrapins scored 1 5 
straight for a 53-43 lead with 7:33 to play, 

Shawan Robinson made a 3-pointer for the Tigers (8-9, 1-5), but 
the Terps scored 10 more points for a 63-46 lead with 2:52 left. 

Clemson made just one of 1 6 shots and missed its first attempt in 
three one-and-one opportunities during Man/land's run. 

Maryland had four players in double figures. Nik Caner-Medley had 
1 3, and Chris McCray and Travis Garrison added 1 1 each. 

Gilchrist started the 1 5-0 run with a long bank shot to cut Clemsons 
lead to 43-41 with 12:14 to play, McCray then scored seven straight 



points on two layups and a 3-pointer to give the Terps a 48-43 lead 
with 10:10 left. 

Hassan Fpfana's inside basket and a 3-pointer by Garrison capped 
the 15-0 run with 7:33 left. After Robinsons 3, the Terps got four 
free throws from Garrison, two field goals by Gilchrist, and two free 
throws from Caner-Medley for a 63-46 lead with 2:52 to play. 

MARYLAND 65, CLEMSON 52 

Littlejohn Coliseum • Jan. 25, 5004 



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14.1814.33 
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37 


19 65 13 


17 


3 


8 300 


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7-17 17-19 
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37 


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Clemson (8-9, 1-5) 




31 


21 




52 










Officials: Mike Wood, Gary Maxwell, Douglas S 


mons 












Attendance: 8,000 



Game 17 

[19/17] Wake Forest 93, [rv/rv] Maryland 85 

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. • Freshman Chris Paul scored 25 points 
to help Wake Forest snap its four-game losing streak with a 93-85 
victory over Maryland, 

The Demon Deacons (12-4, 3-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) had 
struggled mightily with their scoring during their losing streak as Paul 
and fellow guard Justin Gray had not been able to find an offensive 
rhythm. 

But the two snapped out of it against Maryland (11-6, 2-4) and 
helped Wake Forest overcome a 1 0-point halftime deficit. 

Gray scored 1 6 of his 20 points in the first half, and Paul picked up 
the slack in the second half - including a 3-pointer as the shot clock 
expired to give Wake Forest an 82-75 lead with 2:23 to play. 

Taron Downey added 1 2 points for the Deacons and freshman Kyle 
Visser had 1 1 . 

Nik Caner-Medley led Maryland with 1 5 points. Travis Garrison scored 
13, John Gilchrist had 12 and Mike Jones 1 1 . 

Wake Forest had seemingly wrapped the game up on Pauls 3-pointer, 
but a flurry of late Maryland 3-ppinters - two from Gilchrist and one 
from Jones ■ made it a close final margin. 

WAKE F0RE8T 93, MARYLAND 85 

Joel Coliseum - Jen. 39, 3004 




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2-6 


4-6 


1-2 


3 


4 12 


9 


6 


D 


2 35 


McCray 


S 3-5 


0-1 


3-4 


1-3 


4 


3 9 


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Garrison 


2-6 


1-2 


B-10 


1-4 


5 


2 13 


1 


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27 


Strawberry 


1-2 


0-1 


1-2 


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1 3 


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2 12 


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3-5 


2-2 


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Totals 


36-5810-33 33.3010.19 

.448 .435 .767 


39 


30 85 


17 


19 


5 


9 300 


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a min 


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9 


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1 


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1 


1 34 


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34-51 7-17 

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38-4611-36 
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37 


33 93 


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19 


1 


11 300 









ll FOIir: 2001,2002 

CC Tournament-Titles:-Msft-M«;^w 

AGC Regular Season Titles: 7975, mo, ms, 2002 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETB 



MARYLAND [11 -6, 2-4) 



53 32 



Wake Forest (12-4, 3-3) 



43 50 



93 



Officials; Reggie Cofer, Jemie Luckie, Bob Donato 

Technical fouls; Maryland-Mike Jones. Wake Forest-Paul, Chris; Team. 

Attendance: 14,345 

Game 18 

[rv/rv] NC State 81, [iv/rv] Maryland 69 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. • Julius Hodge scored 2B points, and North 
Carolina State pulled away in the second half to earn its first win at 
Maryland since 1989, S1-B9. 

Freshman Engin Atsur had a career-high 1 B points and Marcus 
Melvin scored 1 5 for the Wolfpack (12-5,5-2 Atlantic Coast Confer 
ence). Scooter Sherrill scared all 1 of his points in the second half to 
help N.C. State improve to 2-5 on the road this season. 

The Wolfpack was 0-1 4 in College Park since Jan. 29, 1 9B9, includ- 
ing 0-9 under coach Herb Sendek, who is 4-14 against the Terrapins 
and 1 9B-1 1 5 against everyone else. 

Jamar Smith led Maryland [11-7, 2-5) with 21 points. The Terra- 
pins went 2-for-1 4 from 3-point range and 9-for-1 8 at the foul line. 

The Wolfpack. in contrast, connected on 10 of 19 tries from be- 
yond the arc and went 23-for-25 at the line. 

After a driving layup by Hodge gave NC State the lead for good with 
1 1 minutes left, the Wolfpack's next six baskets were all 3-pointers. 

A 3 by Sherrill made fc 65-55 with 5:39 to go, but Maryland closed 
to 67-63. Atsur then hrt; a 3-pointer for a seven-point cushion wfch 
2:44 left. 

Nik Caner-Medley had 1 points for Maryland. It was only the Terra- 
pins' third loss in two seasons at the Comcast Center. 

NC STATE 81, MARYLAND 69 

Comcast Center ■ Feb. 1, 2004 



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Totals 


24.5110-19 23.25 6.24 
.471 .526 .920 


30 


16 81 


14 


9 


1 


5 200 


Terrapins 


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2 


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4-12 


03 


00 


I -4 


5 


2 B 


3 


3 


3 


3 33 


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3-4 


1-5 


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1 37 


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29 


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2-2 


0-0 


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3 


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2-2 


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22.60 2.14 
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9-18 13.21 
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34 


19 69 


14 


12 


5 


1 200 


NC State 112.5, 5-2] 




33 


48 




B1 










MARYLAND [11 -7, 2-5] 




33 


3b 




69 










Officials: Larry Rose, Duke Edsall, Bryan Kersey 


Technical fouls; NC State-Julius Hodge. Maryland-None. 


Attendance; 1 7.95Q (sellout) 



Game 19 



Maryland 71, Virginia 67 

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. • John Gilchrist scored 26 points in his 
return to his home state and Maryland won a tight game it had to have, 
beating equally desperate Virginia 71-67, 

The Terrapins (12-7, 3-5 Atlantic Coast Conference), whose streak 
of 1 straight NCAA Tournament appearances could have been in jeop- 
ardy with a loss, pulled away with an 11-3 run in the second half and 
hung on desprte making only 9 of 1 9 free throws in the last 1 minutes, 

Virginia (12-7. 2-6 Atlantic Coast Conference), which swept the 
Terrapins last season for the first time in 10 years, pulled within 68-67 
on Devin Smith's 3-pointer with 26 seconds left. But Nik CanenMedley 
hit 1 of 2 free throws and D.J. Strawberry stole the ball from Todd 
Billet with about eight seconds left. Gilchrist's putback layup sealing it, 

Elton Brown ied Virginia with 24 points and J,R Reynolds added 
15, but the Cavaliers had 20 turnovers and the last one was the cost- 
liest. 

Virginia used a 10-0 run early in the second half to take a 48-45 
lead, but Gilchrist tied it at 50 with his fourth 3-pointer with 12:18 left. 
The teams traded baskets until Caner-Medley stole the ball under his 
own basket and laid it in, giving the Terps a 56-54 lead with 9:26 left. 

A free throw and three-point play by Strawberry pushed it to 60-54 
before Reynolds' 3-pointer cut it in half. But Strawberry added.a free 
throw and Mike Jones rebounded the miss, was fouled and hit both. 




The points capped the run that gave Maryland a 63-57 lead with 5:41 
left. 

Virginia got close again, but never got even and dropped from a tie 
for seventh with Maryland in the ACC to a tie for last with Clemson. 

MARYLAND 71, VIRGINIA 67 



University Hall 
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Totals 




24.67 5.16 
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18.3624.25 
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49 


20 71 


7 


17 


6 


9 200 


Cavaliers 




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19-2812.26 
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36 


26 67 


10 


20 


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6 200 








MARYLAND (127, 3.5 




43 


28 




71 












Virginia (12-7, 2-6) 




36 


31 




5^ 












Officials: Ted Valentine. Reggie 


)ofer. Ray Natal 
















Attendance: 7.37B 



Game 20 

Maryland 73, [rv/rv] Florida State 62 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. ■ Jamar Smith had 1B points and 14 re- 
bounds, and Maryland used a solid defensive effort in the second half to 
get past Florida State 73-62. 

Nik Caner-Medley scored 14 points and D.J. Strawberry had 12 
for the Terrapins, who are counting on a strong finish in the regular 
season to earn an 1 1 th straight bid to the NCAA Tournament. 

It was the ninth double-double of the season for Smfch, the Terra- 
pins' lone senior. Despite losing to Florida State in December, Maryland 
(13-7. 4-5 Atlantic Coast Conference) has won 1 6 of 18 against the 
Seminoles. 

Florida State (1B-7, 4-5) lost its 20th straight ACC game on the 
road. Tim Pickett scored 20 for the Seminoles, but was limited to two 
points in the second half. 

Despite 6-for-27 shooting after halftime, Florida State trailed by 
only four points until Chris McCray made two free throws with 52 
seconds left. McCray then stole a pass, was fouled intentionally and 
added another foul shot to make it 69-62. 

The Seminoles missed their first seven shots of the second half and 
fell behind 43-38. Michael Joiner ended the drought with a 3-pointer, 
but Florida State missed its next seven field-goal tries before a dunk by 
Alexander Johnson cut Man/land's lead to 52-47. 

McCray then scored five straight points, including a three-point play. 
Pickett picked up his fourth foul on the drive and spent the next two 
minutes on the bench. 

The Seminoles ran off an B-3 spurt without him, closing to 60-55 
on a 3-pointer by Von Wafer, who finished with 1 5 points. 

Caner-Medley then hit a 3-pointer to help Maryland build the lead to 
86-57, and the Terrapins held on to win their second straight in the 
ACC after a 2-5 start. 

MARYLAND 73, FLORIDA STATE 62 



Comcast Center 

Seminoles 


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41 


S3 62 15 


10 


5 


6 200 



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25-62 6.23 
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17-2817-31 
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4B 


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13 


11 


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3 200 


Honda State (16-7. 4-5) 




3B 


24 




62 










MARYLAND (137, 4.5 




39 


34 




73 










Officials: Mike Wood, Gar/ Maxwell, Karl Hess 


Attendance: 


17,950 (sellout) 



















Game 21 

[14/17] No. Carolina 97, [rv/-] Maryland 86 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C . • Rashad McCants scored 25 points and Jawad 
Williams added 23 to help No. 1 4 North Carolina hold off Maryland 97- 
BB. 

Sean May and Jackie Manuel each scored 1 4 points for the Tar 
Heels (15-7, 5-B Atlantic Coast Conference), who avenged last month's 
loss to the Terrapins by taking a 20-point halftime lead, then holding off 
Maryland's rally in the second half. 

Chris McCray scored 1 B points for the Terrapins (1 3-B, 4-6), who 
had won five of the last six meetings, while Jamar Smith added 14. 

North Carolina hit 36 of 50 free throws in a game marked by 55 
personal fouls and 80 free throws. Maryland went 20-for-30 at the 
line. 

The Tar Heels had 50-32 edge in rebounding and shot 55 percent 
for the game. 

The Tar Heels turned in one of their best performances of the sea- 
son in the first half. They aggressively attacked the basket, got to the 
free throw line and scored in transfcion, streaking to a 55-35 lead. 

But Maryland played with more intensfcy in the second half at both 
ends of the floor. The Terrapins forced 12 second-half turnovers, sev- 
eral leading to baskets, and used a 1 5-4 run to get back in the game. 

Ekene Ibekwe had two slams off turnovers during the run, which 
ended with Smith's 3-pointer that made it 72-66 with 10:1 1 to play. 
The Terrapins eventually closed the gap to 82-79 on a straightaway 3 
by John Gilchrist with 4:52 to play. 

But North Carolina answered with a five-point burst. McCants' 3 
bounced around the rim and dropped through on the next play, then 
Melvin Scott followed with a fast-break layup for an 87-79 lead with 
3:55 to play. 

NORTH CAROLINA 97, MARYLAND 86 



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28-51 5.14 
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36.5013-37 

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50 


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17 22 


8 


5 200 


MARYLAND (13-8. 4-6) 




35 


51 




33 










North Carolina (157, 5-6) 


55 


48 




97 










Officials; Reggie 


Ccfer, Js^eL.rke \':- ; : 3-...-. 












Attendance: 21 ,750 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



Game 22 

[18/16] Georgia Tech 75, [iv/iv] Maryland 64 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. • Jarrett Jack scored 21 points, and 18th- 
ranked Georgia Tech ended a nine-game losing streak at Maryland with 
a 75-64 victory. 

Clarence Moore and Will Bynum had 1 2 points apiece for the Yellow 
Jackets, who moved into a third-place tie with Wake Forest in the ACC 
by completing their first sweep of the Terrapins since the 1 992-93 
season. 

Georgia Tech [19-8, 6-5) was 1 -4 on the road in the ACC and had 
dropped 1 2 of 16 overall against Maryland. But the Yellow Jackets 
never trailed in the second half in bouncing back from Saturday's dis- 
heartening loss at Virginia. 

The Terrapins (13-9, 4-7) missed 4B field-goal tries, went 15-for- 
25 at the line and 3-for-20 from 3-point range. 

"You can't shoot 32 percent against a good team and expect to 
win," Maryland coach Gary Williams said. "You have to put the ball in the 
basket at some point. I thought we had some good looks that we didn't 
make." 

Travis Garrison scored a career-high 16 points for the Terrapins, 
who fell into seventh place in the ACC. Chris McCray added 1 1 points 
for Maryland, while Nik Caner-Medley and D.J. Strawberry each fin- 
ished with 1 points. 

The Terrapins trailed 44-3B before Moore hit a 3-pointer to spark a 
9-2 burst that put the Yellow Jackets up by 1 3 with 1 1 :5B remaining. 
Jack drilled successive 3-pointers during the spree. 

Maryland closed to 62-5B before a three-point play by Luke 
Schenscher with 3:02 left effectively ended the comeback. 

Georgia Tech trailed 27-19 with five minutes left in the first half 
before Moore scored five points in a 1 6-2 run that gave the Yellow 
Jackets their first lead. Six different players contributed to the spree. 

Maryland missed 1 D of its first 1 2 shots, but Georgia Tech scored 
only four points over the first seven minutes while falling behind 11-4. 

A spectacular follow-dunk by Garrison made it 20- 1 1 and gave him 
1 1 points ■ two short of his previous career high ■ with 1 1 minutes 
elapsed. 

GEORGIA TECH 75, MARYLAND 64 



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19.9914.99 
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49 


99 75 


14 90 


11 


7 900 


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9371 3.90 
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15.9595.19 
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44 


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10 


15 


7 


5 900 


Georgia Tech (19-E, B-51 


35 


40 




75 










MARYLAND (13-9, 4-7) 


31 


33 




64 










Officials: 2:: Drato, Michael KrtXs, Joe Lndsay 


Attendance: 17,950 



Game 23 

[3/3] Duke 86, [rv/rv] Maryland 63 

DURHAM, N.C, ■ J.J. Redick scored 20 points and the third-ranked 
Blue Devils ended a two-game losing streak by beating Maryland 66-63. 

Shelden Williams had 1 B points and 1 1 rebounds for the Blue Devils 
(22-3, 1 1 -2 Atlantic Coast Conference), who avoided their first three- 
game losing streak in eight seasons. Duke has won 40 straight games 
at Cameron Indoor Stadium. 

Duke had won 1 6 straight games and reached No. 1 for the sev- 
enth consecutive season before last week's 7B-74 loss at North Caro- 
lina State. The Blue Devils followed that with a 90-B4 loss at Wake 
Forest on Wednesday, losing consecutive games for just the third time 
in eight seasons. 

The Blue Devils used their pressure defense to fuel a bevy of transi- 
tion scores. Duke held Maryland to 37 percent shooting, and scored 
31 points off 23 turnovers. The Blue Devils had 1 6 steals and blocked 
Jive shots. 

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Duke shot 50 percent, including 9-of-23 from 3-point range. 

John Gilchrist scored 1 4 points to lead the Terrapins, who lost their 
third straight game. Gilchrist also led Maryland with eight rebounds and 
tied Chris McCray for a team-high three assists. 

DUKE 86, MARYLAND 63 

Cameron Indoor Stadium • Feb. SS. 2004 



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99.59 5.13 

.373 .395 


14.9799-16 
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36 


91 63 10 93 


9 


14 900 








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97.54 9.93 

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93.9913.99 
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35 


19 96 


15 


19 


5 


19 900 


MARYLAND (13-10, 4-8) 


28 


35 




63 












Duke (99.3, 


11 


9! 




45 


41 




96 












Officials: '»' 


ood, Reqqie Cofer, Ted Valentine 














Attendance 


14 























Game 24 

Maryland 70, Clemson 49 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. • John Gilchrist led the way with 19 points, 
six assists and five steals as Maryland beat Clemson 70-49, The Terra- 
pins snapped a three-game losing streak with their largest margin of 
victory this season over an Atlantic Coast Conference opponent. 

Freshman D.J. Strawberry made his first career start and scored 
1 5 points for Maryland (1 4- 1 0, 5-8 ACC), one of six schools that have 
made each of the last 1 NCAA Tournaments. 

Strawberry provided a spark with four points and two steals in the 
opening eight minutes, while McCray came off the bench to score 14 
points on 6-of-8 shooting. 

MARYLAND 70, CLEMSON 49 

Comcast Center ■ Feb. 94, 9004 



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Totals 


16.51 3.13 
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14.9011-19 
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30 


15 49 


9 99 


6 


7 900 


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Totals 


38.54 
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4.9 

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10.9010.99 
.500 


39 


19 70 


13 


17 


11 


10 900 


Clemson (10-15, 3-11) 




21 


2B 




43 












MARYLAND (14-10, 5.61 


39 


36 




70 












Officials: Steve Gordon, William 


Bush, Mike Stephens 














Attendance: 17,950 (sellout) 



Game 25 

[11/11] Wake Forest 91, Maryland 83 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. ■ Vytas Danelius scored a career-high 23 
points, and No. 1 1 Wake Forest left Maryland with a 91-63 victory. 

It was the sixth straight win for the Demon Deacons, who clinched 
at least a tie for third place in the Atlantic Coast Conference by winning 
at Maryland for the first time in six tries since 199B. 

Justin Gray scored 22 points and Jamaal Levy had 14 points and 
1 5 rebounds for Wake Forest (1 9-6, 9-5), which held on after letting a 
1 6-point lead shrink to two midway through the second half. 

John Gilchrist led Maryland (14-11, 5-9) with 26 points, Nik Caner- 
Medley scored 20 and Chris McCray added 1 B. The Terrapins, fell into 
a tie for seventh place in the ACC. 

Faced with the prospect of clinching te first losing season in the 
ACC since 1992-93, Maryland did not go quietly. Down 57-41 with 
1 6:52 left, the Terrapins used a 1 9-7 run to close to B4-B2. 

Levy then scored inside and Taron Downey followed with a 3-pointer 
to make it 69-62, and minutes later Danelius and Downey hit 3s to give 
the Demon Deacons an 1 1 -point cushion with five minutes left. 

Wake Forest had 22 turnovers, but made a season-high 1 3 3-point- 
ers on 23 attempts. Gray went 5-for-9 and Danelius was 4-for-7 from 
beyond the arc. 

WAKE FOREST 91, MARYLAND 83 



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31.6313.39 19.9519.96 
.493 .565 .540 


44 


35 91 


16 


39 


3 


9 900 


Terrapins 


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39.59 3.14 
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33.33 9.19 
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37 


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6 900 


Wake Forest (19.5, 9.5 




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MARYLANO [14-11, 5-9) 


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Officials: Duke Edsall, Larry Rose, Sryan Kersey 


Technical fouls: Wake Forest-None. Maryland-TEAM. 


Attendance: 17.950 (sellout) 



Game 26 

Maryland 70, [16/19] NC State 69 

RALEIGH, N.C. ■ Maryland has played in the NCAA Tournament in 
each of the last 1 seasons. Dn this night, the Terrapins gave them- 
selves a chance to make it 1 1 . 

John Gilchrist scored 21 points and Maryland bolstered its hopes 
for an at-large bid with a 70-69 victory over No. 16 North Carolina 
State. 

Jamar Smith had 1 6 points and eight rebounds for the Terrapins 
(15-11, 6-9 Atlantic Coast Conference), who have won 1 7 of their last 
21 meetings with the Wolf pack. 

Julius Hodge scored 27 points and Marcus Melvin added 22 for the 
Wolfpack (1 8-8, 1 0-5), who have lost their last two games at home and 
three of five overall. Melvin missed twd 3-pointers in the final minute, 
one that would have given his team the lead and another that would 
have tied the game. 

Smith hit two free throws to help hold off N.C. State at the end. 

Gilchrist, leading the Terrapins with 14,7 ppints and 5.0 assists per 
game heading in, was benched at the start of the game for arriving late 
to a team breakfast earlier Wednesday, Williams said. 

Gilchrist made an early impact. He scored six points in an 1 1 -2 run 
that gave the Terrapins a 28-1 4 lead with 7:53 left in the first half. 

Maryland led by as many as 1 7 points in the early-going before 
settling for a 44-34 halftime lead. The Wolfpack committed 1 1 turn- 
overs in the first half and 1 9 for the game. 

N.C. State fought back in the second half behind Hodge, who scored 
1 6 points in the final 20 minutes. His two free throws with 7:48 re- 
maining tied the game at 62. 



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But Gilchrist responded by scoring the next six points, including two 
free throws that made it 68-62 wfth 2:17 remaining. 

The Wolfpack played without guard Scooter Shemll, who sprained 
his ankle Sunday night against North Carolina. 

MARYLAND 70, NC STATE 69 



MARYLAND 70, VIRGINIA 61 



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Officials: Mike Wood, Gary Maxwell, Reginald Cofer 


Attendance: 17,243 



Game 27 

Maryland 70, Virginia 61 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. • Chris McCray scored 1 5 of his career-high 
20 points in the second half to bring Maryland back from a double-digfc 
deficit, and the Terrapins enhanced their cdds of returning to the NCAA 
Tournament by beating Virginia 70-81 . 

The victory enabled Maryland to finish in sixth place in the Atlantic 
Coast Conference. The Terrapins (16-1 1 , 7-9) are seeking to extend 
their school-record run of NCAA tournament appearances to 1 1 . 

Elton Brawn scored 1 B points and Devin Smfth had 1 5 for the 
Cavaliers (1 6-1 1 , 6-10), who had won three straight. Todd Billet, whose 
clutch shooting was instrumental in those three victories, went 1-for- 
14 from the field - including 0-for-10 from 3-point range. 

After the Cavaliers pulled even at 57, Maryland used a 7-0 run to 
take control, Jamar Smith made one of two free throws, John Gilchrist 
added a pair at the line and D.J. Strawberry sank a twisting layup be- 
fore McCray capped the run with twe foul shpts with 2: 1B remaining. 

Virginia clcsed to 64-61 befpre Smith made a free throw, then 
missed the seccnd attempt but grabbed the rebound. McCray capped 
the possession by making two at the line to seal the victory. 

Smfch , the lone senior on Maryland's roster, had 1 points and 1 2 
rebounds in what was likely his final home game. 

Up 34-27 at halftime, the Cavaliers quickly expanded the margin to 
1 1 points on successive baskets by JR. Reynolds in the opening 40 
seconds of the second half. 

Maryland called a timeout, then went on an 8-0 run during which 
Virginia committed four turnovers and missed three shots. It was 40- 
38 before Jason Clark scored on a putback to end the Cavaliers' seven- 
minute run without a basket. 

McCray then scored eight points in a 1 4-2 run that gave Maryland 
a 52-44 lead with 7:30 left, but Virginia got six points from Smith in a 
1 3-5 surge that tied it with 4:29 to go. 

That set the stage for another dramatic finish for the Cavaliers, 
whose previpus three games were decided by a total of seven points. 

The first half featured horrid shooting by both teams. With six min- 
utes left, Virginia trailed 18-15 despite shooting just 1 9 percent (5-for^ 
27) from the field. 

The difference over the first 20 minutes was at the foul line, where 
the Cavaliers went 9-for-9 compared to a 4-for-9 performance by Mary- 
land. 



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Officials: Larry Rose, Kari Hess, Bob Oonato 


Attendance: 


17.95D [sellout] 



















Game 28 * ACC Quarterfinals 
Maryland 87, [15/14] Wake Forest 86 

GREENSBORO, N.C. • The sixth-seeded Maryland Terrapins ad- 
vanced to the ACC semifinals when John Gilchrist made one of two free 
throws wfth 3.7 seconds to lift them to an 87-BB victory over No. 1 5 
Wake Forest. 

It was the third consecutive win for Maryland (17-11) and helped 
the Terps avoid losing al! three meetings with Wake Forest (19-9) this 
season. 

Maryland faces North Carolina State in Saturday's semifinal - a 
rematch of the Terps' 70-69 victory on March 3. 

Gilchrist seized his chance with the game tied at 86 with 12.9 to 

go- 
He took the inbound pass and was deliberate in looking far his shot. 
But he was fouled by Taron Downey as he drove toward the basket, 

He made his first free throw, Wake Forest called timeout, and 
Gilchrist purposely missed the second shot. The Demon Deacons 
scrambled for the rebound before Downey lofted up a last-second shot 
that didn't come close. 

The game was tight from start to finish - it was tied nine times • and 
the Terps appeared to take control late in the second half. But the 
Deacons rallied behind freshman Chris Paul, who tied his career high 
with 30 points. 

Trailing 86-81 , Paul hit a 3-pointer with 42 seconds to play to make 
it a one possession game. Maryland turned the ball over and, after a 
timeout, Paul was fouled by Jamar Smith. 

Paul dropped to the floor with what looked like a leg cramp, but 
after stretching for a second, sank both free throws to tie the game at 
BB with 20 seconds to play. 

That set up the final series for Gilchrist, who finished wfch 1 6 points 
and was 4-for-4 from 3-point range. 

Travis Garrison also had 16 points and 10 rebounds for Maryland. 
Chris McCray and Caner-Medley added 13 each. 
Jamaal Levy had 18 points for Wake Forest, and Gray was 5-of-14 
from the field and finished with 14 points. 

MARYLAND 87, WAKE FOREST 86 

ACC Quarterfinals 

Greensboro Coliseum ■ March 12, 8004 

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Officials: Mike Wood, Reggie Cofer, Gary Maxwell 


Attendance: 23.74b 



Game 29 • ACC Semifinals 
Maryland 85, [17/20] NC State 82 

GREENSBORO, N.C. ■ Gary Williams stomped and shouted his way 
up and dpwn the Maryland sideline. Yet even when his team trailed by as 
many as 21 points, he never panicked. 

Instead, he lectured his team on Maryland's rich basketball history. 

The Terrapins responded with the largest ccmeback in Atlantic Coast 
ConferenceTournament history, overcoming a 1 9-point hafftime deficit 
to beat No. 1 7 North Carolina State, 85-82 on Saturday. 

"We talked at halftime about the tradition of the universfty... the 
great teams and great players, - Williams said. "We have a great deal of 
pride on this team this year and we knew we were going to come out 
and play in the second half." 

The charge was led by John Gilchrist, who scored 23 of his career- 
high 30 points to rally sixth-seeded Maryland (1 8-1 1) into Sunday's final 
against Duke. 

It's the Terps' first championship appearance since 2000, and they'll 
be gcing for their first title since Len Bias and coach Lefty Driesell led 
them to the 1 984 championship against the Johnny Dawkins-led Blue 
Devils. 

Gilchrist has come up big in this tournament for the Terrapins, mak- 
ing the game-winning free throw in the B7-BB victory over No. 1 5 Wake 
Forest in the quarterfinals. 

And he couldn't miss against North Carolina State (20-9), going 1 1 - 
for-1 3 from the floor with five 3-pointers and seven assists. 

Julius Hodge led the Wolfpack with 31 points. 

But the best free throw shooting team in the nation at 79 percent, 
the Wolfpack went 1 7-for-22 at the line against Maryland. Hodge missed 
one of two with 29 seconds to play and N.C. State trailing 81 -7B. 

Nik Caner-Medley was fouled for Maryland, made both his shots, 
and gave the Terps an 83-79 lead. Marcus Melvin then missed two 
shots for the Wolfpack. Caner-Medley eventually get the rebound and 
was fouled. 

He made another two free throws to lock up the win as Williams 
pumped his fists to the standing Maryland crowd. 

Jamar Smith finished with 23 points for Maryland, and Chris McCray 
added 12. 

Ilian Evtimov scored a career-high 1 9 for the Wolfpack on7-for-10 
shooting. Melvin added 13. 

The Wolfpack led by as many as 21 points in the first half behind 
Evtimov, who was 5-for-5 - including four 3-pointers - as they took a 
45-26 lead into the break. 

The Terrapins scored the first seven points to get N.C. States 
attention, and they were just warming up. Behind Gilchrist's hot hand, 
Maryland made 1 1 of 1 5 shots and tied the game at 53 on Travis 
Garrison's basket with 12:50 left. 

MARYLAND 85, NC STATE 82 



ACC Semifinals 

Greensboro Coliseum • March 13, 2004 

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Officials: Larry Rose. Duke Edsall, Jamie Luckie 


Technical fouls: Maryland-None. NC State-TEAM. 


Attendance: 23 7 45 



Game 30 • ACC Championship 
Maryland 95, [5/4] Duke 87 (ot) 

GREENSBORO, N.C. ■ The net dangled from the rim by just one 
loop, with Gary Williams the only one left to take a snip. 

As the crowd chanted "Gary! Gary! Gary! - the coach climbed the 
ladder and cut down the net on Maryland's first Atlantic Coast Confer 
ence tournament title in 20 years after the Terrapins' 95-87 overtime 
victory that ended the top-seeded Blue Devils' run at five straight cham- 
pionships. 

It was the first ACC tournament title for the sixth-seeded Terrapins 
[19-11) since 1 984, when Len Bias and coach Lefty Driesell beat Duke. 
Maryland had been to just one final since then, in 2000 when the Blue 
Devils were in the early stages of their tournament dominance. 

Duke (27-5) came into the tournament looking for its record sixth 
consecutive title and 15th overall. Instead, the Blue Devils took their 
first ACC postseason loss since 1 998 • snapping a streak of 1 7 straight 
wins. 

Maryland had tournament MVP John Gilchrist to thank for ending 
Duke's run. 

The sophomore guard put together a terrific three-game stretch to 
heip the Teres beat the Nos. 3, 2 and 1 seeds. 

Gilchrist made the game-winning free throw in a quarterfinal win 
over No. 1 5 Wake Forest, he scored a careerhigh 30 points in a semi- 
final win over NC State and capped it with 28 points against Duke on 
10-of-20 shooting. 

His driving layup wrch 20 seconds to play in regulation drew the fifth 
foul on Duke's Shelden Wlliams and the ensuing free throw tied the 
game at 77 and ensured overtime. 

Maryland, which led by as many as 1 1 points in the first half and 
trailed by 1 2 with 4:58 to play in the second, closed out regulation with 
a 1 5-3 run to force overtime. The Terps overcame a 1 9-point halftime 
deficit to beat N.C. State the day before. 

The Blue Devils trailed just 38-36 at halftime. 

Then Williams opened the second half with a thunderous dunk to tie 
the game at 38. Ewing then hrt a 3 to give Duke its first lead of the 
game, followed by another basket by Williams and a 3-pointer by Luol 
Deng to put the Blue Devils up 48-42. 

Redick eventually began making some shots, draining a long 3 with 
5: 1 B to play that made it 72-82. 

Then it started to click for Maryland, which held Duke without a 
basket for the rest of regulation and deep into overtime. 

MARYLAND 95, DDKE 87 

ACC Championship 

Greensboro Coliseum • March 14, 2004 

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Officials: Karl Hess, Reggie Cofer, Jamie Luckie 


Attendance: 23,745 



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39 


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Officials: Donnee Gray, Fran Connolly 


Michael Roberts 


Attendance: 19,2B6 



Game 31 • NCAA First Round 
[19/21] Maryland 86, [rv/-] DTEP 83 

DENVER • Maryland's young Terrapins came through like veterans. 

Chris McCray scared 19 points, including two free throws with 
13.B seconds left, and Maryland held off Texas-El Paso 88-83 in the 
first round of the NCAA tournament. 

Maryland [20-1 1 ), the fourth seed in the Phoenix Regional, wilt meet 
Syracuse in the second round. 

John Gilchrist added 1 8 points and Jamar Smrth 1 4 for the Terra- 
pins, who feature four sophomores in their starting lineup. Maryland, 
the 2002 national champion, came into the NCAAs off an overtime win 
against Duke in the ACC tournament title game. 

UTEP (24-8), the 13th seed, was led by John Tofi with 16 points 
and Omar Thomas with 1 5. 

McCray's 3-point basket put Maryland up 64-53 with 1 2:42 re- 
maining, but the smaller, quicker Miners battled back, using a 1 3-2 run 
to produce a 72-72 tie with 4:03 left. Filiberto Rivera had five points 
during the surge. 

Two free throws by Thomas gave UTEP a 78-75 lead with 2:45 to 
go, but Gilchrist followed with a 3-pointen After Tofi hft a layup, Gilchrist 
made a three-point play with 2:08 left to make ro 81-78. UTEPs Chris 
Craig tied fc moments later wfch a 3-pointer: 

Smtti made one free throw and, after a UTEP turnover, D.J. Straw- 
berry made two foul shots with 47 seconds left. 

Thomas made it 84-83 wfch two free throws with 35 seconds left. 
After McCray's free throws, Craig's 3-point attempt was partially blocked. 

Smteh and McCray each scored nine points in the first half to lead 
Maryland to a 47-42 halftime lead. UTEP outshot Maryland in the half, 
60 percent to 52 percent, but the Miners commtaed eight turnovers, 

UTEP, in the tournament for the first time since 1 992, hit its first 
three shots for a 6-3 lead. The teams traded baskets before Maryland 
ran off seven straight points, including five by Nik CanerMedley, to give 
the Terrapins a 29-23 lead midway through the half. 

Smfth's turnaround jumper and Gilchrist's fastbreak slam dunk af- 
ter a turnover put Maryland up 35-28 with 7:28 left in the half. 

R'wera's 3-pointer capped a 7-0 flurry for UTEP that made ft 35-35. 

Maryland then used a 9-0 run, including McCray's layup following a 
steal by Travis Garrison, for a 47-38 lead with 1 :27 remaining. 

Miners starting forward Roy Smallwood fouled out midway through 
the second half. 

MARYLAND 86, TEXAS-EL PASO 83 

NCAA First Round 

Pepsi Center, Denver, Colo. • March 18, 2004 

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20.3116-21 
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Game 32 • NCAA Second Round 
[20/24] Syracuse 72, [19/21] Maryland 70 

DENVER ■ Syracuse is still defending its national title - barely. 

Hakim Warrick and the Orangemen nearly blew a 1 6-point lead be- 
fore hanging on to beat Maryland 72-70 in a second-round matchup 
between the last two NCAA champions. 

Warrick had 26 points and nine rebounds for fifth-seeded Syracuse, 
which advanced to play Alabama in the Phoenix Regionals round of 1 B. 

The game was just the third between the two previous national 
champions in NCAA tournament history, and the first since 1 994 champ 
Arkansas beat 1 993 title winner North Carolina in the 1 995 semifi- 
nals. 

The Orangemen (23-7) took a 54-38 lead with 1 3:01 left. But the 
Terrapins (20-1 21, who had won six in a row and made a surprising run 
to the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament title, didn't give up. 

D.J. Strawberry's 3-pointer cut the deficit to 59-49 wfth 7:32 left, 
and layups by Chris McCray and Jamar Smith made it 61-54. 

Josh Pace's jumper pushed the lead to 69-60 with 1 :5B left, but 
Maryland whittled the margin to one. 

Travis Garrison and John Gilchrist hit layups to make it 69-64. Af- 
ter Syracuse's Craig Forth missed two free throws, Orangemen guard 
Gerry McNamara hit a pair with 29 seconds left. 

Smith followed wfch a layup and, after Forth missed two more foul 
shots, Maryland's Mike Jones was fouled while shooting a 3-pointer He 
hit the first two free throws and missed the third, but the Terrapins' 
Nik Caner-Medley grabbed the rebound and Strawberry made a driving 
layup with 9 seconds left, cutting the lead to 71-70. 

McNamara was fouled, but he made just one of two with 7.5 sec- 
onds to go. Maryland had one last chance but Strawberry missed a 
shot from the lane at the buzzer. 

McNamara wasn't up to his first-round performance when he hit 
nine 3-pointers and scored 43 points in a win over Brigham Young. He 
didn't make his first basket, a 3-pointer of course, until early in the 
second half. 

McNamara finished wfch 13 points on 2-oM 1 shooting. 

Garrison and Smith led Maryland with 1 6 points apiece. 

After McNamara's first 3, Warrick scored 1 of Syracuse's next 
1 4 points, and Pace hit a short jumper to gwe Syracuse its biggest 
lead, 54-38, but Maryland wouldn't go away. 

Neither team shot well in the first half but Syracuse used runs of 
10-0 and 9-0 to take a 32-22 halftime lead. Warrick had 13 points in 
the half. 

SYRACUSE 72, MARYLAND 70 

NCAA Second Round 

Pepsi Center, Denver, Colo. ■ March SO, 2004 

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Officials: Tony Greene, Mike Wood, Fran Connolty 


Attendance: 19,286 




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Overall 
Win Loss 


Pet. 


Final 

Hank 


Home 


Away 


Neu. 


Conference 
Win Loss Pet. 


Finish 


Conference Tourn. 
Win Loss Finish 


Coach Postseason 


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1910-11 


3 


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16 


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5 


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1923-24 


5 


7 


.417 




3-6 


1-0 


1-1 


1 


2 


.333 


11th 


1 1 


Quarterfinals 


H. Burton Shipley 


1924-25 


12 


5 


.708 




7-2 


4-2 


1-1 


3 


1 


.750 


4th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1925-26 


14 


3 


.824 




10-1 


4-1 


0-1 


7 


1 


.875 


4th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1926-27 


10 


10 


.500 




7-2 


3-7 


0-1 


B 


4 


.800 


9th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1927-28 


14 


4 


.778 




11-0 


3-4 




8 


1 


.889 


4th 


DNP 




H. Burton Shiplev 


1928-29 


7 


9 


.438 




3-5 


4-3 


0-1 


2 


5 


.286 


21st 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1929-30 


18 


6 


.727 




10-3 


6-2 


0-1 


9 


5 


.643 


10th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1930-31 


18 


4 


.818 




10-2 


4-2 


4-0 


B 


1 


.889 


2nd 


2 


Champions 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1931-32 


16 


4 


.800 




11-1 


5-2 


0-1 


9 


1 


.900 


T1st 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1932-33 


11 


9 


.550 




10-2 


1-8 


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. Burton Shiplev 


1935-36 


14 


B 


.700 




9-3 


4-2 


1-1 


4 


3 


.571 


4th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1938-37 


8 


12 


,400 




7-4 


1-7 


0-1 


5 


B 


.385 T10th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1937-38 


15 


9 


.825 




10-3 


4-5 


1-1 


6 


4 


.800 


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 


1939-40 


14 


9 


.609 




9-2 


4-6 


1-1 


7 


5 


.5B3 


5th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1940-41 


1 


21 


.045 




1-10 


0-11 







13 


.000 


15th 


DNP 




H. Burton Shiplev 


1941-42 


7 


15 


.318 




4-5 


3-10 




3 


B 


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DNP 




H. Burton Shiplev 


1942-43 


8 


8 


.500 




5-3 


3-5 




5 


5 


.500 


9th 


DNP 




H. Burton Shiplev 


1943-44 


4 


14 


.222 




3-6 


1-7 


0-1 


2 


1 


.667 


4th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1944-45 


2 


14 


.125 




1-5 


1-8 


0-1 


2 


5 


.286 


9th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1945-48 


9 


12 


.429 




8-4 


1-7 


0-1 


5 


4 


.556 


5th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burtpn Shiplev 


1946-47 


14 


10 


.583 




9-3 


5-6 


0-1 


9 


5 


.643 


5th 


1 


First Round 


H, Burton Shiplev 


1947-48 


11 


14 


.444 




8-4 


5-9 


0-1 


9 


7 


.563 


4th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shiplev 


1948-49 


9 


18 


.333 




4-5 


5-11 


0-2 


8 


7 


.533 


Bth 


1 


First Round 


Flucie Stewart 


1949-50 


7 


18 


.280 




B-B 


1-12 




5 


13 


.278 


13th 


DNP 




Flucie Stewart 


1950-51 


16 


11 


.593 




10-3 


5-7 


1-1 


11 


8 


,579 


' Bth 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Flucie Stewart 


1951-52 


13 


9 


.542 




8-1 


5-7 


0-1 


9 


5 


.643 


T6th 


1 


First Round 


Bud Millikan 


1952-53 


15 


8 


.852 




8-2 


6-5 


1-1 


12 


3 


.800 


T2nd 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 


1953-54 


23 


7 


.767 


[201 [NPJ 


9-2 


11-4 


3-1 


7 


2 


.778 


2nd 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 


1954-55 


17 


7 


.708 




7-2 


7-4 


3-1 


10 


4 


.714 


3rd 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1955-56 


14 


10 


.583 




9-5 


5-4 


0-1 


7 


7 


.500 


5th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1956-57 


16 


10 


.815 




8-2 


5-6 


3-2 


9 


5 


.643 


2nd 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 


1957-58 


22 


7 


.759 


161 161 


10-1 


6-4 


6-2 


9 


5 


.843 


4th 


3 


Champions 


Bud Millikan NCAA Elite Eiqht (2- 1 ] 


1958-59 


10 


13 


.435 




7-3 


2-8 


1-2 


7 


7 


.500 


T3rd 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1959-80 


15 


8 


.652 




B-2 


7-5 


0-1 


9 


5 


.843 


3rd 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1960-61 


14 


12 


.538 




9-2 


3-8 


2-2 


B 


6 


.750 


5th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 


1961-62 


8 


17 


.320 




4-6 


4-8 


0-3 


3 


11 


.214 


7th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1962-63 


8 


13 


.381 




5-6 


3-8 


0-1 


4 


10 


,2B6 


T6th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1963-64 


9 


17 


.348 




5-4 


2-10 


2-3 


5 


9 


.357 


6th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1964-65 


18 


B 


.692 




9-3 


7-4 


2-1 


10 


4 


.714 


T2nd 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 


1965-68 


14 


11 


.560 




7-3 


5-7 


2-1 


7 


7 


.500 


5th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1986-67 


11 


14 


.440 




5-5 


4-8 


2-1 


5 


9 


.357 


T5th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 


1967-68 


8 


16 


.333 




7-3 


1-11 


0-2 


4 


10 


.286 


6th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Frank Fellows 


1988-69 


8 


18 


.308 




4-6 


3-10 


1-2 


2 


12 


143 


T7th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Frank Fellows 


1 969-70 


13 


13 


.500 




10-4 


3-7 


0-2 


5 


9 


.357 


6th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Leftv Driesell 


1970-71 


14 


12 


.538 




11-4 


3-7 


0-1 


5 


9 


.357 


TBth 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Lefty Driesell 


1971-72 


27 


5 


.844 


1141 [111 


14-0 


7-4 


8-1 


B 


4 


.667 


T2nd 


2 1 


Finals 


Leftv Driesell NIT Champions [4-0) 


1972-73 


23 


7 


.767 


[8] 110] 


12-1 


B-4 


3-2 


7 


5 


.583 


3rd 


2 1 


Finals 


Leftv Driesell NCAA Elite Eiqht [1-D 


1973-74 


23 


5 


.821 


[4] [4] 


12-1 


7-3 


4-1 


9 


3 


.750 


T2nd 


2 1 


Finals 


Leftv Driesell 


1974-75 


24 


5 


.828 


[5] [5] 


12-2 


10-1 


2-2 


10 


2 


.833 


1st 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Leftv Driesell NCAA Elite Eiqht [2- 1 1 


1975-76 


22 


6 


.786 


[111113] 


13-2 


8-3 


1-1 


7 


5 


.583 


T2nd 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Leftv Driesell 


1978-77 


19 


B 


.704 




15-4 


3-3 


1-1 


7 


5 


.583 


4th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Leftv Driesell 


1977-78 


15 


13 


.536 




10-4 


1-8 


4-1 


3 


9 


.250 


Bth 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Leftv Driesell 


1978-79 


19 


11 


.633 




12-4 


4-4 


3-3 


6 


B 


.500 


4th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Leftv Driesell NIT Second Round (1-1) 


1979-80 


24 


7 


.774 


[81 IB] 


1B-0 


4-4 


4-3 


11 


3 


.786 


1st 


2 1 


Finals 


Leftv Driesell NCAA Sweet 16 11-1) 




\\f OUt: 2001,2002 

5C Tournament Titles: -ms;m;2om- 

ACC Regular Season Titles': ws, mo, was, 2002 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBAL 




Year 


Overall 
Win Loss 


Pet. 


Final 
Rank 


Home 


Awav 


Neu. 


Confere 
Win Loss 


nee 
Pet. 


Finish 


Conference Tourn. 
Win Loss Finish 


Coach 


Postseason 


1980-81 


21 


10 


.677 


[181111] 


12-3 


5-5 


4-2 


8 


6 


.571 


4th 


2 1 


Finals 


Lefty Driesell 


NCAA Second Round 11-11 


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 


Lefty Oriesell 


NCAA Second Round (1-1) 


1983-84 


24 


8 


.750 


[111 [101 


13-2 


6-4 


5-2 


9 


5 


.643 


2nd 


3 


Champions 


Leftv Driesell 


NCAA Sweet 16 (1-1) 


1984-85 


25 


12 


.676 




14-2 


7-6 


4-4 


8 


6 


.571 


T4th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Leftv Driesell 


NCAA Sweet 18 (2-1) 


19B5-B6 


19 


14 


.578 




10-5 


6-7 


3-2 


6 


8 


.429 


6th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Leftv Driesell 


NCAA Second Round 11-11 


1986-87 


9 


17 


.346 




8-8 


1-8 


0-1 





14 


.000 


8th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bob Wade 




1987-88 


18 


13 


.581 




8-4 


8-7 


4-2 


6 


8 


.429 


5th 




Semifinals 


Bob Wade 


NCAA Second Round 11-1) 


1988-89 


9 


20 


.310 




5-9 


0-10 


4-1 


1 


13 


.071 


8th 




Semifinals 


Bob Wade 




1989-90 


19 


14 


.576 




12-4 


3-6 


4-4 


6 


8 


.429 


T5th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Garv Williams 


NIT Second Round (1-1) 


1990-91 


16 


12 


.571 




11-3 


3-8 


2-1 


5 


9 


.357 


7th 


DNP 




Garv Williams 




1991-92 


14 


15 


.483 




10-5 


2-7 


2-3 


5 


11 


.313 


8th 




Semifinals 


Garv Wlliams 




1992-93 


12 


16 


.429 




8-7 


2-B 


2-1 


2 


14 


.125 


8th 




Semifinals 


Garv Williams 




1993-94 


18 


12 


.600 


[NR] 1201 


10-3 


4-6 


4-3 


8 


8 


.500 


T4th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Garv Williams 


NCAA Sweet 18 (2-1) 


1994-95 


26 


8 


.765 


[101 [111 


16-0 


4-4 


6-4 


12 


4 


.750 


T1st 




Semifinals 


Gary Wlliams 


NCAA Sweet 16 (2-1) 


1995-98 


17 


13 


.567 




11-3 


3-5 


3-5 


8 


8 


.500 


T4th 




Semifinals 


Garv Williams 


NCAA First Round (0-11 


1996-97 


21 


11 


.656 


[221 [NR] 


11-3 


5-4 


5-4 


9 


7 


.562 


T4th 




Semifinals 


Garv Williams 


NCAA First Round (0-1) 


1997-98 


21 


11 


.656 


[20] [151 


12-2 


3-5 


6-4 


10 


6 


.625 


3rd 




Semifinals 


Garv Williams 


NCAA Sweet 16 (2-1) 


1998-99 


28 


6 


.824 


15! [81 


13-1 


7-3 


8-2 


13 


3 


.813 


2nd 




Semifinals 


Gary Wlliams 


NCAA Sweet 16(2-1] 


1999-00 


25 


10 


.714 


[171125I 


15-1 


4-5 


6-4 


11 


5 


.688 


2nd 


2 1 


Finals 


Gary Wlliams 


NCAA Second Round (1-1) 


2000-01 


25 


11 


.894 


[111141 


11-3 


6-3 


8-5 


10 


6 


.625 


3rd 




Semifinals 


Garv Williams 


NCAA Final Four (4-1) 


2001-02 


32 


4 


.889 


[4H11 


15-0 


7-2 


10-2 


15 


1 


.838 


1st 




Semifinals 


Garv Wlliams 


NCAA CHAMPIONS (6-0) 


2002-03 


21 


10 


.867 


[1711101 


14-2 


4-4 


3-4 


11 


5 


.688 


T2nd 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Garv Wlliams 


NCAA Sweet 16 (2-1) 


2003-04 


20 


12 


.625 


[191124] 


12-4 


4-5 


4-3 


7 


9 


.438 


6th 


3 


Champions 


Gary Williams 


NCAA Second Round (1-1) 


f 1/ H indicates final rankings in AP and Coaches Polls 



COACHING HISTORY 




H. Burton 
Shipley 

1923-24 to 
1946-47 
24 seasons 

Overall: 243-1991.550) 
SC; 124-911.577) 



./- 



Flucie 
Stewart 

1947-48 to 
1949-50 
3 seasons 

Overall: 27-48 1.360) 
SC: 22-27 (.468) 



rs 



*~ il 










Bud 
Millikan 

1950-51 to 
1966-67 
17 seasons 

Overall: 243-1821.572) 
SC/ACC: 130-109 
1.544) 



Frank 
Fellows 

1967-68 to 
1968-69 
2 seasons 

Overall: 16-341.320) 
ACC:6-22(.214) 



ARENA HISTORY 





* 



^ 



JSL 



The Gymnasium 

1923-24 to 1930-31 

All-Time Record: 61-21 (81 

H. Burton Shipley (61-21 in 8 seasons) 



Ritchie Coliseum 

1931-32 to 1954-55 

All-Time Record: 169-90 [24) 

H. Burton Shipley (1 1 1 -B5 in 16 seasons) 
Flucie Stewart 11 8-1 5 in 3 seasons) 
Bud Millikan 142-1 in 5 seasons) 



Charles 
"Lefty" 
Driesell 

1969-70 to 
1985-86 
17 seasons 

Overall: 348-159 (.686) 
ACC: 122-1001.550) 



Bob 
Wade 

1986-87 to 
1988-89 
3 seasons 

Overall: 36-501.419) 
ACC: 7-351.167) 



Gary 



Williams 

1989-90 to 
Present 
15 seasons 

Overall: 315-1651.856) 
ACC: 132-1041.559) 







Cole Field House 

1955-56 to 2001-02 

All-Time Record: 476-151 1471 

Bud Millikan 186-42 in 1 2 seasons) 

Frank Fellows (1 1-9 in 2 seasons) 

Charles "Left/ Driesell (213-44 in 17 seasons) 

Bob Wade (21-21 in 3 seasons) 

Gary Williams (155-35 in 13 seasons) 



Comcast Center 

2002-03 to Present 

All-Time Record: 16-6 (SI 

Gary Williams 116-8 in 2 seasons) 



— 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



, Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



ALL-TIME IN THE AP POLL 



Maryland Week-By-Week In Associated Press Polls 



194B-49 




-Not Ranked- 


































1949-50 




-Not Ranked- 


































1950-51 




-Not Ranked- 


































'951 53 




Not Bs-.ed 


































1952-53 




-Not Ranked- 


































1953.54 


D8 


D15 


□22 


□29 


J5 


J12 


J19 


J26 


F3 


F9 


F16 


F23 


M2 


M9 


M23 
























14 


13 


13 


11 


11 


1 1 


17 


14 


20 










1354.55 


D7 


D14 


03 1 


□28 


J4 


J11 


J18 


J25 


F1 


F8 


F15 


F22 


M1 


MB 






















11 


11 


8 


3 


'3 


11 


11 


17 


18 














1955 5E 




-Not Ranked- 


































1956-57 




•Not Ranked- 


































1957.58 


D1D 


D17 


D34 


D31 


J7 


J14 


J31 


J28 


F4 


F11 


F1B 


F25 


M4 


M11 
















E 


6 


7 


i ' 


8 


8 


9 


B 


9 


14 


7 


17 


B 












1958-59 




-Not Ranked- 


































'9=s-=: 




-Not Ranked- 


































1960-51 


D13 


D30 


D37 


J3 


J10 


J17 


J24 


J31 


F7 


F14 


F21 


FSB 


M7 














12 


1961-62 




-Not Ranked- 


































19S3-E3 




■Not Ranked- 


































1 963-64 




■Not Ranked- 


































'954-65 




-Not Ranked- 


































'3E=-EE 




-Not Ranked- 


































19SB-E7 




-Not Ranked- 


































'95^-EE 




■Not H s r 'e^- 


































'9EE-E9 




-Not Ranked- 


































1969-70 




-Not Ranked- 


































1970-71 




-Not Ranked- 


































1971-72 


PS 


D7 


D14 


□31 


□2B 


J4 


J11 


J1B 


J25 


F1 


FB 


F15 


F32 


FSB 


M7 


M14 










E 


5 


15 


15 


16 


12 






'E 






19 


12 


18 


13 


14 








1973-73 


PS 


D5 


□ 12 


□19 


□26 


J2 


J9 


J16 


J23 


J30 


F6 


F13 


F20 


F27 


M6 


M13 










3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


2 


2 


3 


4 


3 


9 


10 


8 


9 


10 


8 








1973-74 


PS 


□4 


D11 


D18 


□35 


J2 


JB 


J15 


J33 


J39 


F5 


F12 


F19 


F36 


M5 


M1S 


M19 


M27 






4 


4 


4 


2 


9 


3 


3 


4 


5 


6 


/ 


6 


5 


= 


4 


- 


- 


4 




1974-75 


PS 


□3 


D10 


□ 17 


□24 


□31 


J7 


J14 


J21 


J28 


F4 


F11 


F18 


F25 


M4 


M11 


M1B 


M35 


A2 




4 


4 


5 


5 


5 


7 


5 


5 


3 


B 


4 


3 


3 


2 


2 


4 


4 


5 


5 


1975-76 


PS 


□2 


□9 


D16 


033 


030 


J6 


J13 


J20 


J27 


F3 


F10 


F17 


F24 


MS 


M9 


M16 








3 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


3 


7 


5 


4 


7 


'3 


5 


13 


11 






1976-77 


PS 


N30 


□7 


□14 


□21 


□26 


J4 


J11 


J18 


J25 


F1 


FB 


F15 


F22 


M1 


M8 


M15 








8 


16 


17 


14 


15 


16 


15 


14 


13 






















1977-78 


PS 


N29 


□6 


□13 


□20 


□37 


J3 


J10 


J17 


J24 


J31 


F7 


F14 


F21 


F2B 


M6 


M13 








14 


14 


12 


IS 


20 


14 


'5 


























1978-79 


PS 


N2S 


□5 


□ 12 


D19 


□36 


J3 


J9 


J16 


J33 


J30 


F6 


F13 


F30 


F37 


M6 


M13 










19 


19 








20 




19 




17 


















1979-BO 


PS 


D4 


D11 


□18 


□26 


J2 


JB 


J15 


J22 


J29 


F5 


F12 


F19 


F26 


M4 




























15 


12 


7 


8 


9 


7 


8 










1980-81 


PS 


D2 


□9 


□16 


D23 


□30 


J6 


J13 


J30 


J37 


F3 


F10 


F17 


F24 


M3 


M10 










4 


4 


4 


9 


9 


9 


8 


10 


10 


14 


13 


19 


20 


17 


20 


18 








1981-82 




-Not Ranked- 


































1333-S3 




-Not Ranked- 


































1983-B4 


PS 


N29 


□6 


□13 


□20 


D37 


J3 


J10 


J17 


J34 


J31 


F7 


F14 


FB1 


FSB 


M6 


M13 








3 


6 


11 


9 


8 


8 


5 


5 


7 


5 


10 


13 






19 


14 


11 






1984-B5 


PS 


N27 


D4 


D11 


□ 18 


D25 


J1 


JB 


J15 


J22 


J29 


F5 


F12 


F19 


F26 


M5 


M12 




















'9 








17 


20 


20 














1985-86 


PS 


N26 


□3 


□ 10 


D17 


D34 


□31 


J7 


J14 


J31 


J38 


F4 


F11 


F1B 


FS5 


M4 


M11 








19 


'7 




































•98E3- 




-Not Ranked- 


































1 987-BB 




-Not Ranked- 


































•3EE'E3 




-Not Ranked- 


































1 989-90 




-Not Ranked- 


































1990-91 




Not Rani ed 


































'99' 99 




-Not Ranked- 


































1992-93 




-Not Ranked- 


































1993-94 


PS 


N23 


N39 


□6 


□13 


□20 


□27 


J3 


J10 


J17 


J24 


J31 


F7 


F14 


F21 


FS8 


M7 


M14 
























25 


1B 


21 
















1994-95 


PS 


N21 


N28 


□5 


□12 


□ 19 


□26 


J3 


J10 


J17 


J24 


J31 


F6 


F13 


F20 


F27 


M6 


M13 






7 


7 


1 1 


11 


12 


11 


9 


7 


9 


B 


B 


5 


E 


7 


7 


8 


10 


10 




1995-96 


PS 


N20 


N27 


□4 


D11 


□ 18 


D35 


J3 


J9 


J1B 


J22 


J29 


F5 


F12 


F19 


F36 


M4 


Mil 






15 


14 


19 


2U 
































1996-97 


PS 


N19 


N35 


D3 


D9 


D16 


□23 


□30 


J6 


J13 


J20 


J37 


F3 


F10 


F17 


F24 


M3 


M1D 
















25 


21 


'9 


'3 


11 


7 


5 


7 


10 


14 


18 


22 


22 




1997-9B 


PS 


N16 


N33 


D1 


□8 


D15 


□22 


□29 


J4 


J11 


J1B 


J25 


F3 


F9 


F16 


FS3 


Ml 


M6 










24 


23 


'9 


33 


3D 


33 








33 


25 


24 


25 




3' 


20 




1998-99 


PS 


N15 


N22 


N29 


□7 


□ 14 


□21 


□28 


J4 


J11 


JIB 


J25 


F1 


F8 


F15 


F22 


M1 


MB 






B 


E 


5 


2 


2 


5 


5 


4 


5 


5 


4 


4 


7 


7 


5 


5 


5 


5 




1999-00 


PS 


N15 


N22 


N29 


□6 


□13 


□20 


D27 


J3 


J10 


J17 


J24 


J30 


F7 


F14 


F21 


FSB 


MB 


M13 








24 


24 


21 


16 


17 


14 


12 


ia 


24 


22 


25 


23 


22 


19 


17 


20 


I" 7 


3000-01 


PS 


N13 


N20 


N27 


D4 


D11 


D1S 


□35 


J1 


JB 


J15 


J22 


J2S 


F5 


F13 


F19 


F26 


M5 


M12 




5 


6 


8 


13 


19 


20 


20 


18 


17 


14 


12 


8 


9 


13 


17 


20 


16 


11 


11 


3001-03 


PS 


N19 


N36 


□3 


□ 10 


D17 


D34 


D31 


J7 


J14 


J31 


J3B 


F4 


F11 


F18 


F25 


M4 


M11 






2 


8 


5 


3 


3 


2 


B 


8 


4 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


3 


2 


4 




3003-03 


PS 


N18 


N35 


□3 


D9 


D16 


□33 


□30 


J6 


J13 


J30 


J27 


F3 


F10 


F17 


F24 


M3 


M10 


M17 




13 


12 


11 


9 


1B 


24 


23 


22 


3' 


17 


12 


10 


8 


18 


13 


14 


13 


U 


17 


3003-04 


PS 


N17 


N34 


D1 


D8 


D15 


□33 


029 


J5 


J13 


J19 


J26 


F3 


F9 


F16 


FS3 


M1 


M8 


M15 














22 


24 
























19 



Note: A total of 26 teams have been ranked No. 2 at least once in all-time AP polls, chat have never been ranked No. 1 . Maryland leads the way with 23 No. 
2 rankings without ever reaching No. 1. A listing: Maryland 23; Louisville 1 5; Wake Forest 1 0; Purdue 1 0; Dayton 7; St. Sonaventure 7; [STEP 4, Auburn 3; 
Florida State 3; California 3; Minnesota 3; Louisiana State 2: NYU 2; Pittsburgh 2; St. Joseph's 2: Utah 2; Vilianova 2: Clemson 1 ; Davidson 1 ; Long Island 
1 : Pennsylvania 1 ; Santa Clara 1 ; Southern California 7 ; SMU 1 ; Vanderbilt 7 ; Washington. 



Maryland In Final Polls 



Year 



Coaches Rank 



1954 
1958 

1972 



20 



1973 

1974 

1975 

-3jjE 

1980 

1981 

19B4 

994 

333 

3S~i 

335 

399 

— ~ 

CGI 

1002 

2C03 

2004 



10 



19B4 


NR 


20 


1995 


10 


11 


1997 


22 


NR 


199B 


20 


15 


1999 


5 


B 


2000 


17 


25 


2001 


11 


4 


2002 


4 


1 



1D 



AP Poll History 

The Associated Press [API has maintained its poll consistency 
since the 1 948-49 season. The poll consisted of just 1 
teams between the 19B0-61 end 19B7-BB seasons, and 
was expanded to include 25 teams since the 1989-90 
season. 

Poll Debut- Jan. 19, 1954 [No. 14) 

Total Polls AII-Time-323 

Most Consecutive Polls-79 Feb. 15, 1972 to Jan. 18. 
1977) 

Current Consecutive Polls-1 

Total Years In The AP Poll-2B 

MostConsecutive Years-10(1971-72to 1980-81, 1992- 
93 to 2002-03) 

Current Consecutive Years— 1 1 

Total Appearances In AP Final Poll — 1 9 

Total Top 10 Rankings In AP Final Poll - 9 

Highest Ranking In AP Final Poll-No. 4 (2002 and 1974) 

Total Polls In AP Top 10-168 

Most ConBBCutiva Polls In AP Top 10-68 [PS 1972 to 
March 2, 1976) 

Current Consecutive Polls In AP Top 10-0 

Total Polls In AP Top 5-92 

Most Consecutive Polls In AP Top 5-18 (Feb. 4, 1975 to 
Jan. 20, 1978) 

Current Consecutive Polls In AP Tap 5-0 



Total Top 10 Listings- 

810 S9 SB 87 SB S5 84 


S3 82 11 


10 14 19 17 1B 2B 23 


18 23 



Coaches Poll History 

Ongfieted by United Press IntEmascnal (UPO in ins 1950-51 season, 
USA Today has administered the national Coaches Poll since the 1 992- 
33 season. Fran 1993-97, it was known as the USA Today/CNN 
Pol. It was the USA Today/NABC Pol h 1 B9B and 1 939. Sree 20OD, 
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. 1355 INo. 14) 

Total Polls M.Time-237 

Most Consecutive Polls- 70 [Feb. 23, 1 93B to Dec. 1 , 2003) 

Current Consecutive PoDs-2 

Total Years In The Coaches Poll-27 

Most Consecutive Yeere-1 1 11 333-34 to 200304) 

Current Consecutive Years- 1 ' 

Total Appearances In Coaches Final Poll- ' r 

Total Top 10 Rankings In Coaches Final Poll-- ' I 

Highest Ranking In Coaches Final Poll- No. 1 12002) 

Total Polls In Coaches Top 10-142 

Most Consecutive Polls In Coachee Top 10-42 [March 13, 1373 to 
March 2, 1976) 

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 
2002! 

Current ConsecutivB Polls In Coaches Top 5-0 

Total Top 10 Listings— 



mo se 


ia 


= 7 


SB 


S5 84 


S3 


S2 #1 


12 10 


ii 


31 


18 


18 20 


17 


14 1 



— , 



i\ Four: mum 

CC Tournament-Titles:-M5*,Mw;2flM 

ACC Regular Season Titles': wis, wso was, 20112 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASK 




ALL-TIME IN THE COACHES POLL 



Week-By-Week In All-Time Coaches Polls 



'9=5-5' 



1951-52 



D14 DS1 D3B J4 J11 J1B J35 F1 F8 F15 F33 Ml MB 



1955-56 



5-57 



1959-60 



1961-63 



1955-63 



1 963-64 



1964-65 



1965-66 



1966-67 



1967-68 



335 -35 



555 "5 



1970-71 



15 14 



1B 



-Not Ranked- 



-Not Ranked- 



1957.58 D10 D17 034 D31 J7 J14 J31 JSB F4 F11 F1B F35 M4 M11 



15 



1958-59 D9 D16 D33 D30 JB J13 JSO J37 F3 F10 F17 FS4 MB MB 



-Not Ranked- 



1960-61 DB D13 DBO DB7 J3 J1D J17 J34 J31 F7 F14 FBI FEB M7 



-\" Fa-'e:- 




Gary Williams with the Sears Tro- 
phy, presented annua/// to the NCAA 
Champion and No. 1 ranked team in 
the USA Today/ESPN ooaches poll 
as sponsored by the NABC, Williams 
received the crystal trophy at a 
morning press conference fallowing 
the national championship game, in 
downtown Atlanta. 



1971-73 PS 07 D14 OBI D38 J4 J11 J18 J35 F1 F8 F15 FSB FB9 M7 M14 



1978-73 PS D5 013 D19 DBS JB 



J16 JB3 J30 FG F13 FBO FB7 ME M13 



PS Oil DIB DBS JB 



J1S JBB JB9 F5 FIB F19 FB6 M5 M1B 



1374-75 


PS 


010 


D17 


034 


D31 


J7 


J14 


J31 


JS8 


F4 


F11 


F18 


F35 


M4 


Mil 














10 


6 


7 


7 


6 


6 


4 


8 


4 


3 


3 


2 


2 


5 










1375-76 


PS 


D9 


D16 


DB3 


D30 


J6 


J13 


JSO 


J37 


F3 


F10 


F17 


F34 


MS 


M9 














3 


3 


5 


5 


S 


4 


3 


7 


6 


4 


7 


8 


8 


13 










1376-77 


PS 


D7 


D14 


OBI 


DB8 


J4 


J11 


J18 


J35 


F1 


FB 


F15 


fss 


Ml 


MB 














15 


13 




16 


18 




18 
























1377-7B 


PS 


D6 


D13 


DBO 


0B7 


J3 


J10 


J17 


JS4 


J31 


F7 


F14 


FB1 


FS8 


M6 














12 


18 


18 


14 


12 




























137B-79 


PS 


DIB 


D19 


DB6 


J3 


J9 


J16 


J33 


JSO 


F6 


F13 


FBO 


FB7 


M6 




















20 


20 






























1373-80 


PS 


D4 


D11 


D1S 


DB6 


JB 


JB 


J15 


JSB 


J39 


F5 


F1B 


F19 


FB6 


M4 




























14 


13 


5 


7 


7 


7 


3 










1980-81 


PS 


DB 


D16 


DB3 


D30 


J6 


J13 


JSO 


J37 


F3 


F10 


F17 


FB4 


M3 


M10 














4 


9 


9 


9 


8 


7 


7 


13 


11 


'5 




23 




22 










1981-82 




-Not Ranked- 


































1982-83 




■Not Ranked- 


































19B3.84 


PS 


D6 


D13 


DBO 


D27 


J3 


J10 


J17 


JB4 


J31 


F7 


F14 


F21 


FBB 


ME 


M13 












15 


11 




5 


6 


s 


7 


5 


5 


3 


17 




■3 


•4 


10 








1984-85 


PS 


N27 


D4 


D11 


D1B 


D35 


J1 


JS 


J15 


JBB 


JBB 


F5 


F1S 


F19 


F3E 


M5 


M1B 
















IS 


2G 


18 








17 


19 


'3 


'5 












'335-33 




■Not Ranked- 


































i 5=6-67 




-iv_ Ranks i 


































1987-88 




-Not Ranked- 


































1988-89 




■Ncji Ranked- 


































1989-90 




■rlcr Ranks 


































1990-91 




■Not Ranked- 


































1991-92 




■Not Ranked- 


































'9=2-53 




•Not Ranked- 


































1933-34 


PS 


NB9 


D6 


D13 


030 


D37 


J3 


J10 


J17 


J34 


J31 


F7 


F14 


FS1 


F38 


M7 


M14 


A5 
























51 


51 














SO 




1934-35 


PS 


NBB 


D5 


D1B 


019 


D36 


J3 


J10 


J17 


J34 


J31 


F6 


F13 


F30 


F37 


M6 


M13 


A4 






14 


10 


11 


12 


11 


11 


11 


13 


9 


9 


8 


10 


7 


7 


6 


10 


10 


11 




1935-36 


PS 


NSO 


NB7 


D4 


D11 


D18 


D35 


JS 


J9 


J16 


JBS 


JS9 


F5 


F1S 


F19 


F36 


M4 


M11 


A3 




19 


14 


16 


19 


24 


25 


54 


























1936-37 


PS 


N19 


NB5 


DB 


D9 


016 


D33 


030 


J6 


J13 


JSO 


J37 


F3 


F10 


F17 


F34 


M3 


M10 
















55 


51 


19 


19 


11 


7 


5 


7 


10 


14 


16 


55 


ss 




1S97-3B 


PS 


N24 


D1 


DB 


D15 


DBS 


039 


J4 


J11 


J1B 


JS5 


F3 


F9 


F16 


F33 


Ml 


MB 


A1 






23 






52 


SO 


SO 


18 








54 




35 




25 


24 


55 


15 




1398-93 


PS 


NBB 


NS9 


D7 


014 


0B1 


028 


J4 


J11 


J1B 


J35 


F1 


F8 


F15 


FSS 


M1 


MS 


M31 






5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


4 


6 


5 


4 


4 


6 


7 


5 


5 


5 


5 


8 




1999-00 


PS 


NBB 


NS9 


D6 


D13 


DBO 


D37 


J3 


J10 


J17 


J34 


JSO 


F7 


F14 


F21 


FSB 


M6 


M13 


A3 




23 


25 


S3 


19 


14 


15 


16 


15 


16 




2 


51 


22 


22 


IH 


'3 


19 


18 


25 


3000-01 


PS 


NBO 


NB7 


04 


D11 


D18 


035 


J1 


JB 


J15 


JSB 


J39 


F5 


F1S 


F19 


F26 


M5 


M1B 


A3 




7 


6 


14 


17 


19 


19 


19 


17 


'3 


■A 


14 


'3 


13 


■5 


20 


16 


13 


11 


4 


8001 -OB 


PS 


MB 


N19 


N26 


D3 


D10 


D17 


DB4 


D31 


J7 


J14 


J21 


J28 


F4 


F11 


FIB 


FBS 


M4 


M11 AS 




3 


6 


5 


4 


5 


S 


2 


E 


6 


4 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


5 


5 


2 


4 1 


2002-03 


PS 


N25 


DB 


09 


D1B 


DB3 


D30 


J6 


J13 


J20 


J37 


F3 


F10 


F17 


FS4 


MS 


M10 


M17 


A7 




15 




8 


16 


S3 


33 


2U 


17 


15 


11 


9 


8 


15 


13 


14 


12 


15 


17 


10 


2003-04 


PS 


NB4 


D1 


DB 


D1S 


DBS 


029 


J5 


JIB 


J19 


JB6 


FS 


FS 


F16 


F23 


M1 


M8 


M15 


MB7 




25 


24 


25 






25 
























21 


24 



No. 1 Terrapins! 

Maryland has been ranked No. 2 a total of 37 tames 
between the AP and Coaches Polls, but achieved res 
first and only No. 1 ranking in history on April 2, 2D02 
- 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 Today/ESPN remains the only poll in which Mary- 
land has ever been ranked No. 1 . The Terrapins' four 
losses in 2002 [Oklahoma, Duke, 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' poll, with number of first-place 
votes and record in parentheses, total points and pre- 
vious ranking (Records through April 1 , SODS]: 

Team Points Previous 

1 . MARYLAND (31) (32-4) . 775 4 

2. Kansas [33-4) 720 2 

3. Indiana (25-1 2) 701 NR 

4. Oklahoma (31-5) 692 3 

5. Duke(31-4) 606 1 

6. (tie) Connecticut (27-7) .... 586 13 
6. (tie) Oregon (26-9) 586 11 

8. Cincinnati (3 1-4) 489 5 

9. Pittsburgh (29-6) 482 7 

10. Arizona (24-10) 458 T8 

11. Illinois (26-9) 410 T16 

12. Kent State (30-6) 402 NR 

13. Kentucky (22-10) 394 15 

14. Alabama (27-8) 281 T8 

15. Missouri (24-12) 272 NR 

16. Gonzaga (29-4) 264 6 

17. Ohio State (24-8) 237 12 

1 8. (tie) Marquette (25-8) 1 86 10 

18. (tie) Texas (22-1 2) 186 NR 

20. UCLA (21 -12) 170 NR 

2 1 . 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. 16 (tie) Southern Cal, No. 
20 Western Kentucky, No. 21 Miami, Fla., No. 
22 Oklahoma State, No. 23 Stanford, No. 24 
Hawaii. 

Others Receiving Votes: USC 80, Miami, Fla. 
66, Wake Forest 54, Notre Dame 44, Geor- 
gia 44, Western Kentucky 44, California 35, 
Oklahoma State 31 , Stanford 30, Tulsa 20, 
Wsconsin 1 7, Hawaii 1 5, Wyoming 1 1 , Texas 
Tech 8, Memphis 6, Creighton 5, UNO 
Wilmington 5, Butler 2. 



o 



INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 



Scoring 



Game: 



44 Ernest Graham vs. NC State [12-20-78) 



Season: 776 Walt Williams [1 992) 



Fr.i 



582 Joe Smith (1994) 



So.: 



708 Joe Smith (1995) 



Jr.: 



701 Len Bias (1985) 



Sr.: 



77B Walt Williams (1992) 



Career: 2,269 Juan Dixon (1999-02) 



Scoring Average 

Season: 26.8 Walt Williams (1992) 



Fr.: 



19.7 Joe Smith [19941 



So.: 



21.2 Tom McMillen (1972) 



Jr.: 



23.3 Will Hetzel (1969) 



Sr.: 



28.8 Walt Williams (1 992) 



Career: 20.5 Tom McMillen (1974) 



Rebounds 

Game: 28 Len Elmore vs. Wake Forest [2-27-74] 
Season: 412 Len Elmore (1974) 



Fr.: 



323 Buck Williams [1979) 



So.: 



362 Joe Smith (1995) 



Jr.: 



363 Buck Williams (19811 



Sr.: 



412 Len Elmore (1974) 



Career: 1 ,053 Len Elmore (1 972-741 



Rebounding Average 

Season: 14.7 Len Elmore (1974) 



Fr.: 



10.7 Joe Smith (1 9941 



So.: 



11.0 Len Elmore (19721 



12.2 Will Hetzel [19891 



5r.: 14.7 Len Elmore (19741 



Career: 12.2 Len Elmore (1972-74) 



Assists 

Game: 15 Terrell Stokes vs. W. Carolina (1 1-14-9B) 
Season: 286 Steve Blake [2002) 



Fr,: 



217 Steve Blake (2000) 



So.: 



248 Steve Blake (2001) 



2B6 Steve Blake (2002) 



Sr.: 



221 Steve Blake (2003) 



Career: 972 Steve Blake (2000-2003) 

Steals 

Game: 9 Johnny Rhodes at North Carolina (2-7-9B) 
9 Johnny Rhodes vs. American (12-23-95) 



1 1 Johnny Rhodes (1 996) 



Fr.: 



71 Steve Blake [2000) 



So.: 



71 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 



7B Johnny Rhodes (1994) 



96 Juan Dixon (2000) 



Sr.: 



110 Johnny Rhodes (1998) 



Career: 344 Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 



Rlocked Shots 

Game: 12 Cedric Lewis at South Florida (1-20-91) 





12 


Derrick Lewis at James Madison (1-2B-B7) 


Season: 


143 


Cedric Lewis (1991) 


Fr.i 


99 


Derrick Lewis (1985) 


So.: 


97 


Joe Smith (1995) 


Jr.: 


114 


Derrick Lewis (19B7) 


Sr.: 


143 


Cedric Lewis (1991) 


Career: 


339 


Derrick Lewis (1 9B5-BB) 


Field Goal 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. 12- 
23-98) 


Season: 


.647 


Buck Williams (183 of 283, 1981) 


So.: 


.606 


Buck Williams (143of 236, 1980) 


Jr.: 


.643 


Greq Manninq (196 of 305, 19B0) 


Sr.: 


.647 


Buck Williams (183 of 283, 1981) 


Career: 


.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. Waqner (1-4-03) 




10 


Lonny Baxter vs. North Texas (12-23-9B) 




10 


Barry Yates vs. Miami (Fla.) (1 2-29-70) 




10 


Keith Gatlin vs. Clemson (2-17-85) 


Consecutive in 


Multiple Games: 




16 


Ryan Randle (over three games during the 
2003 season; also an ACC record) 


Season: 


275 


Albert Kinq (1980) 


Fr. 


190 


John Lucas (1973) 


So.: 


253 


John Lucas (1974) 


Jr.: 


275 


Albert Kinq (1980) 


Sr,: 


270 


Adrian Branch (1985) 


Career: 


862 


Albert Kinq (1977-81) 




882 


John Lucas (1973-76) 


Field Goals Attempted 

Game: 34 Gene Shue vs. Washinqton S Lee (2-1 2-53) 


Season: 


542 


Walt Williams (1992) 


Fr.: 


395 


Joe Smith (1994) 


So.: 


50B 


jua- Cxo" ;2C3c: 


Jr.: 


527 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


Sr.: 


542 


Walt Williams (1992) 


Career: 1,713 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


3-Point Field Goals Made 

Game: 7 Waft Williams vs. Florida State (2-5-92) 


Season: 


92 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


Fr. 


59 


Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


So.: 


49 


Juan Dixon (200D) 


Jr.: 


B4 


Teyon McCoy (1 990) 


Sr.: 


95 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


Career: 


239 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 



3-Point Field Goals Attempted 



Game: 


13 


Danny Miller vs. Clemson (1-22-00) 


Season: 


240 


Walt Williams (1992) 


Fr. 


175 


Johnny Rhodes (1 993) 


So.: 


135 


Juan Dixon (2000) 


Jr.: 


164 


Teyon McCoy (1990) 


Sr,: 


240 


Walt Williams (1992) 


Career: 


615 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


Free Throw Percentage 

Game: 1.000 Jerry Greenspan vs. Minnesota (14 of 14, 
12-10-60) 


Season Imin, 50 att.): 

.90B Greq Manninq (79 of 87, 1980) 


Season Imin, 100 att.]: 

.B9B Juan Dixon (141 of 157, 2002) 


Career: 


.858 


Greq Manninq (315 of 367, 1978-B1) 


Free Throws Made 

Game: 17 Tom McMillen vs. Canisius (12-17-71) 


Consecutive in 

15 


Game: 

Albert Kinq vs. Boston University (2-1 1 -BO) 


Consecutive in 

40 


Multiple Games: 

Juan Dixon (2001) 


Season: 


213 


Keith Booth (1997) 


Fr. 


188 


Joe Smith (1994) 


So.: 


209 


Joe Smith (1995) 


Jr.: 


162 


Keith Booth (1 9961 


Sr.: 


213 


Keith Booth :i337; 


Career: 


576 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 


Free Throws Attempted 

Game: 24 Keith Booth vs. George Washington (12-9- 
96) 


Season: 


297 


Keith Booth (1997) 


Fr. 


229 


Joe Smith (1994) 


So.: 


282 


Joe Smith (1995) 


Jr.: 


214 


Keith Booth (1996) 


Sr.: 


297 


Keith Booth (1997) 


Career: 


824 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 


Games Played 

Season: 37 Len Bias (1985) 




37 


Adrian Branch (1985) 


Career: 


141 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


Consecutive in a Career: 

141 Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


Games Started 

Season: 37 Len Bias (1985) 




37 


Adrian Branch (1985) 


Career: 


136 


Steve Blake (2000-2003) 


Consecutive in 

126 


a Career: 

Keith Booth [1 994-97) 




Len Bias 



Keith Booth 



Len Elmore 



Adrian Branch 



Johnny Rhodes 



Joe Smith 



Walt Williams 



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\QG Tournament Titles: -ias8;im;2oo4 
ACC Regular Season Titles: ws, n 





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INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 




Ernest Graham 




Tom McMillan 




Gary Ward 



Most Points, Game (30-point 
scorers) 

1 . 44 Ernest Graham vs. NC State (12-20-78) 

2. 43 AlBungevs. Yale 11-4-60) 

3. 41 Len Bias at Duke [1-55-861 _^ 

Gene Shue vs. Washington S Lee (2-12-53) 

5. 40 Joe Smith vs. Duke (3-1-95) 

5 - Gene Shue vs. Wake Forest (3-6-53) 

7. 39 e - Walt Williams vs. Wake Forest 11-28-92) 

S. 3B A - Walt Williams vs. Clemson (3-1 2-92) 

c - Walt Williams at Florida State (2-5-92) 

A - Albert King vs. Clemson (2-29-SO) 

Jim O'Brien vs. North Carolina (1-27-73) 

Howard White vs. South Carolina 112-16-70) 

13. 36 Evers Bums vs. Georgia Tech (2-6-93) 

14. 35 Exree Hipp vs. Towson State 112-23-93) 

Jerrod Mustaf vs. Duke 15-10-90) 

Len Bias at North Carolina 12-20-86) 

Tom McMillen at George Washington (15-4-71) 

16. 34 Walt Williams at Clemson (5-55-95) 

Tony Massenburg vs. Georgia Tech 15-3-90) 

John Lucas vs. NC State (1-58-76) 

John Lucas vs. Wake Forest (1-10-76) 

Gary Ward vs. Wake Forest 15-7-66) 

23. 33 N ■ Juan Dixon vs. Kansas (3-30-05) 

Juan Dixon vs. Georgia Tech (S-16-Q0) 

A ■ Keith Booth vs. Georgia Tech (3-9-96) 

Joe Smith vs. Clemson (5-55-95) 

Joe Smith vs. Utah (11-55-94) 

Joe Smith vs. Rider (1 1-30-93) 

c ■ Walt Williams at Virginia (1-59-95) 

Matt Roe vs. Georgia Tech 12-13-91) 

Walt Williams vs. North Carolina 11-10-90) 

Len Bias at George Mason 11 1-56-85) 

Tom McMillen vs. Navy 11 -50-73) 

Tom McMillen vs. Camsius 115-17-71) 

Howard White vs. Georgetown 115-14-70) 

Wll Hetzel vs. South Carolina 13-6-69) 

Bob O'Brien vs. Clemson 11-7-56) 

A - Bob Kessler vs. Duke 13-1-56) 

39. 35 Lonny Baxter vs. Norfolk State 112-23-00) 

Laron Profit at Florida State 12-27-99) 

Steve Francis vs. Clemson 12-24-99) 

Kevin McLinton vs. Florida State 12-13-93) 
e Walt Williams at North Carolina 11-13-92) 

Rudy Archer vs. Mt. St. Mary's H 2-8-87) 

Derrick Lewis vs. Md, Baltimore County 12-18-87) 

Albert King vs. Wake Forest 11-20-80) 

Tom McMillen vs. Georgetown 112-13-71) 

Barry Yates vs. Miami, Fla. (15-59-70) 

49. 31 Juan Dixon vs. Duke (5-9-00) 

Lonny Baxter vs. NC State (5-6-00) 

Juan Dixon vs. Georgia Tech (1-15-00) 

N - Joe Smith vs. Texas (3-16-95) 

Walt Williams vs. Virginia (3-7-95) 

c - Walt Williams vs. Clemson 11-55-95) 

Walt Williams vs. West Virginia 115-7-91) 

N- Len Bias vs. UNLV (3-16-86) 

Ernest Graham vs. Bucknell (15-55-79) 

John Lucas at North Carolina (5-15-75) 

John Lucas vs Duke (5-5-74) 

60, 30 A - John Gilchrist vs. NC State (3-13-04) 

Juan Dixon vs. NC State 15-50-01) 

Juan Dixon vs. Wake Forest (1-17-01) 

Johnny Rhodes vs. Kentucky 11 1-54-95) 

Joe Smith vs. Massachusetts (12-10-94) 

Joe Smith at Oklahoma (15-7-93) 

c - Walt Williams vs. Florida State 11-18-95) 
c - Walt Williams vs. NC State 11-11-95) 
Walt Williams vs. Rutgers 11 2-27-90) 

Walt Williams vs. Boston College 11 5-3-90) 

Jerrod Mustaf vs. Delaware State 11 1-S5-B9) 

Tony Massenburg vs. Georgia Tech 15-14-89) 

Len Bias vs. Georgia Tech 15-55-66) 

Len Bias vs. Villanova (1-57-85) 



Adrian Branch vs. Virginia 11 -30-B5) 
Albert King at Virginia 15-51-79) 



John Lucas vs. NC State (1-16-75) 



Barry Yates vs. Richmond (1-5-71) 



c-consecutive games during the 1991-95 season; N-NCAA 
Tournament; A-ACC Tournament; S-Southem Conference 
Tournament 

Multiple 30-Point Scoring Games 



1. 


15 


Walt Williams (1989-93) 


2. 


7 


Joe Smith (1 994-95) 


3. 


6 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 




6 


Len Bias [1983-86) 


5. 


5 


John Lucas 11 973-76) 


Most Points, Season (500 or more) 

1. 776 Walt Williams (1992) 


5. 


743 


Len Bias (1 986) 


3. 


735 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


4. 


708 


Joe Smith (1995) 


5. 


701 


Len Bias (1985) 


6. 


674 


Albert King (1980) 


7. 


671 


Adrian Branch (1985) 


8. 


667 


Tom McMillen (1972) 


9. 


654 


Juan Dixon (2001) 




654 


Gene Shue (1954) 


11. 


630 


Juan Oixon (2000) 


15. 


624 


Keith Booth (1997) 


13. 


616 


Tom McMillen (1973) 


14. 


609 


Jerrod Mustaf (1 990) 


15. 


605 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


16. 


582 


Joe Smith (1994) 


17. 


579 


Steve Francis (1 999) 


18. 


564 


John Lucas (1 974) 


19. 


561 


Lonny Baxter (2001) 


SO. 


559 


Albert King (1981) 


51. 


557 


Tony Massenburg (1990) 




557 


John Lucas (1976) 


53. 


552 


Drew Nicholas (2003) 


54. 


547 


Lonny Baxter (2000) 


55. 


541 


Adrian Branch (19B3I 


56. 


537 


Terence Morris (200D) 


57. 


533 


Lonny Baxter (2002) 


SB. 


534 


Tom McMillen (1974) 


59. 


531 


Terence Morris (1999) 


30. 


518 


Evers Burns (1993) 


31. 


512 


Jay McMillen (1965) 


35. 


510 


Derrick Lewis (1987) 


33 


506 


Laron Profit (199B) 


Most Points, Career 
(1,000 or more) 

1. 5,569 Juan Dixon (1999-05) 


£ 


2,149 


Len Bias (19B3-8B) 


3, 


2.058 


Albert Kinq (1978-81) 


4. 


£C'^ 


Adrian Branch (1982-85) 


5. 


2.015 


Jo"- Lucas ;:3"^6i 


6. 


1.85B 


Lonny Baxter (1999-02) 


7. 


i,3C^ 


Tom McMillen (1973-74) 


S. 


I.776 


Keith Booth (1894-97) 


9. 


'7-3 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 


ID. 


: "3 


Terence Morns (1998-01) 


i I 


1.^04 


Walt Williams (1 989-92) 


IS. 


1,607 


Ernest Graham (1978-81) 


'3 


1,566 


Laron Profit (1996-99) 


14. 


1,561 


Greq Manninq (1978-81) 


15. 


1,457 


Derrick Lewis (1985-88) 


15. 


1,386 


Gene Shue 11 953-54) 


17. 


1,372 
1,370 
1,354 
1,315 
1,300 


Exree Hipp (1993-96) 


1B. 


Will Hetzel (1968-70) 


19. 

SO. 


Tony Massenburq (1986, B8-90) 
Evers Burns (1990-93) 


21. 


Jay McMillen (1965-67) 


22. 


1,290 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 




Walt Williams 




Len Bias 




Juan Dixon 



004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



. Seven Sweet Sixteens Sinbe 1994 



Gene Shue 




Len Elmore 




Al Bunge 




23. 


1,266 


Bob Kessler 11954-56) 


24. 


1,244 


Lee Brawley (1949-52) 


25. 


1,235 


Jim O'Brien [1971-73) 


26. 


1,221 


Drew Nicholas (2000-oresent) 


27. 


1,219 


Steve Sheooard (1975-77) 


2B. 


1,198 


Larry Gibson [1976-79) 


29. 


1,172 


Dbinna Ekezie (1996-99) 


3D. 


1,161 


Maurice Howard (1973-76) 


31. 


1,153 


Buck Williams (197B-B1) 


32. 


','39 


Steve Blake (2000-2003) 


33. 


1, 1 23 


Duane Simpkins (1993-96) 


34. 


1,094 


Garv Ward (1964-66) 


35. 


1,087 


Keith Gatlin(19B4-B6, 8B) 


36. 


1,064 


Kevin McLinton (1990-93) 


37. 


1,026 


Brad Davis (1975-77) 


38. 


1,017 


Len Elmore (1972-74) 


39. 


1 ,007 


Lawrence Boston [1 976-78) 



Rebounds, Career 

1 . 1 ,053 Len Elmore (1972-74) 



Scoring 
(20.0 or 



Average, Season 
more) 



Steve Slake 



1. 


26.8 


Walt Williams C1 992) 


1. 


26.8 


Walt Wlliams (1992) 


2. 


23.3 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


3. 


23.2 


Len Bias (1986) 


4. 


22.1 


Gene Shue (1953) 


5. 


21.8 


Gene Shue (1954) 


6. 


21.7 


Albert Kinq (1980) 


7 


21.2 


Tom McMillen (1 973) 


8. 


20.84 


Tom McMillen [1972) 


9. 


2D.82 


Joe Smith 11995) 


10. 


20.42 


Juan Dixon (2002) 




20.42 


Bob Kessler (1955) 


12. 


20.3 


Bob Kessler (1956) 


13. 


20.1 


John Lucas (197B) 


Scoring Average, Career 

1. 20.5 Tom McMillen (1972-74) 


2. 


20.2 


Joe Smith (1 994-95) 


3. 


1B.7 


Gene Shue (1952-54) 


4. 


18.3 


John Lucas (1973-76) 


5. 


1B.0 


Will Hetzel (1968-70) 


6. 


17.4 


Albert Kinq (1978-81) 


7. 


16.6 


Jerrod Mustaf (1989-90) 


e. 


16.2 


Walt Williams (19B9-92) 


9. 


16.1 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


Rebounds, Game (20 or more) 

1 . 26 Len Elmore at Wake Forest (2-27-74) 


2. 


24 


Len Elmore vs. Kent State (1 -2-73) 


Will Hetzel vs. W. Virginia (12-4-6B) 


4. 


23 


Derrick Lewis at J. Madison [1-28-871 


5 


22 


Buck Williams vs. Louisville (12-13-80) 


Buck Williams at UNLV (12-4-7B) 


Al Bunqe vs. Georqetown (2-26-58) 


Bob Kessler vs. Georgetown (2-25-56) 


9. 


21 


Joe Smith vs. Texas (3-18-95) 


Joe Smith vs. Virqinia (2-1-95) 


Mike Davis vs. Pittsburqh (2-15-77) 


Len Elmore vs. No. Darolina (2-13-74) 


Len Elmore vs. E. Kentucky 112-5-73) 


14. 


20 


Joe Smith vs. Florida St. (1-1 1-94) 


Tony Massenburq at Ga. Tech (2-13-90) 


Len Elmore vs. Duke (2-2-74) 


Len Elmore vs. Richmond (1-2-74) 


Rebounds, Season 

1. 412 Len Elmore (1 974) 


2. 


363 


Buck Williams (1981) 


3. 


362 


Joe Smitn (1995) 


4. 


351 


Len Elmore (1 972) 


5. 


336 


Bob Kessler [1956! 


6. 


323 


Buck Williams (1 979) 


7. 


321 


Joe Smith (1994) 


Tom Roy (1975) 


9. 


31B 


Will Hetzel (1 969) 


10. 


314 


Tony Massenburq (1990) 


11. 


308 


Lonny Baxter (2000) 


12. 


306 


Tom McMillen (1972) 



2. 


998 


Lonny Baxter (1999-02) 


3. 


948 


Derrick Lewis (1985-BB) 


4. 


92B 


Buck Williams 11979-81) 


5. 


925 


Terence Morris (1998-01) 


6. 


916 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 


7. 


895 


Larry Gibson (1976-79) 


8. 


859 


Tom McMillen (1972-74) 


9. 


849 


Bob Kessler (1954-56) 


10. 


795 


Al Bunqe (195B-60) 


11. 


745 


Len Bias (1 983-86) 


12. 


722 


Tony Massenburq (1986, 88-90) 


13. 


715 


Albert Kinq (1978-81) 


14. 


704 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-1996) 


15. 


6B9 


Will Hetzel [1 968-70) 


1B. 


671 


Obinna Ekezie (1996-99) 


17. 


651 


Rod Horst (1968-70) 


18. 


636 


Herman Veal (1981-84) 


19. 


634 


Evers Burns 11990-93) 


20. 


629 


Lawrence Boston (1976-78) 


21. 


615 


Gary Ward (1964-66) 


22. 


586 


Tom Roy (1 973-75) 


23. 


582 


Steve Sheppard 11975-77) 


24. 


572 


Laron Profit (1996-99) 




572 


Ernest Graham (197B-B1) 


Rebounding Average, Season 

1. 14.7 Len Elmore (1974) 


2. 


14.0 


Bob Kessler (1956) 


3. 


12.8 


Al Bunqe (1960) 


4. . 


12.2 


Will Hetzel (1 969) 


5. 


11.7 


Buck Williams [1981] 


6. 


11.2 


Len Elmore (1973) 


7. 


11.1 


Tom Roy (1975) 


8. 


11.0 


Len Elmore (1972) 




11.0 


Bob Kessler [1955) 


10. 


10.8 


Buck Williams [1 979) 


Rebounding Average, Career 

1. 12.2 Len Elmore (1972-74) 


2. 


10.9 


Buck Williams (1978-81) 




10.9 


Bob Kessler (1954-56) 


4. 


10.7 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


5. 


;o6 


Al Bunqe (195B-60) 


Assists, 

1. 15 


Game 

Terrell Stokes vs. W. Carolina (11-14-98) 


2. 


14 


Steve Blake vs. No. Carolina (1-9-02) 




14 


Terrell Stokes vs. Towson St. [11 -30-96) 


4. 


13 


Steve Blake vs. Duquesne (1 1-30-02) 




13 


Steve Blake vs. Wake Forest (2-24-02) 




13 


Steve Blake vs. Duke (2-17-02) 




13 


Steve Blake vs. Clemson (1 -20-02) 




13 


Steve Blake vs. Stony Brook (12-6-00) 




13 


Steve Francis vs. Virqinia (2-6-99) 




13 


Keith Gatlin vs. Virqinia (1-30-84) 


Assists, 

1. 286 


Season (150 or more) 

Steve Blake (7.9 apq; 2002) 


2. 


24B 


Steve Blake (B.9 apq; 2001) 


3. 


221 


Steve Blake (7.1 apq; 2003) 




221 


Keith Gatlin (6.0 apq; 1 985) 


5. 


217 


Steve Blake (6.2 apq; 2000) 


6. 


213 


Terrell Stokes [6.3 apq; 1999) 


7. 


204 


Keith Gatlin (6.4 apq; 1986) 


B. 


178 


John Lucas (5.9 apq; 1973) 


9. 


I 75 


Kevin McLinton (6.3 apq; 1993) 


10. 


172 


Rudy Archer (5.5 apq; 1 9BB) 


11 


165 


Brad Davis (5.9 apq; 1976) 


12. 


162 


Duane Simpkins (4.8 apq; 1995) 


13. 


159 


John Gilchrist 15.0 apq; 2004) 




159 


John Lucas (5.6 apq; 1974) 


15. 


154 


Kevin McLinton (5.3 apq; 1 992) 




Buck Williams 




Herman Veal 




Terrell Stokes 



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CC Tournament Titles: -mnm-zm- . 

ACC Regular Season Titles': ws, ism isss, im \ 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETB 





Assists, Career (300 or more) 

975 Steve Blake [7.0 apq; SQDD-D3) 



Keith Gatlin 




Johnny Rhodes 




Laron Profit 



2. 


649 


Keith Gatlin (5.3 apq; 1984-86, 88) 


3. 


593 


Terrell Stokes (4.6 apq; 1996-99) 


4. 


514 


John Lucas (4.7 apq; 1973-76) 


5. 


483 


DuaneSimpkins(4.1 apq; 1993-96) 


B. 


469 


Kevin McLinton (5.2 apq; 1990-93) 


7. 


460 


Dutch Morley (3.8 apq; 1979-82) 


8. 


437 


Johnny Rhodes (3.6 spq; 1993-96) 


9. 


431 


Brad Davis (5.1 apq; 1975-77) 


10. 


410 


Walt Williams (3.9 apq; 1989-92) 


11. 


371 


Juan Dixon (2.6 apq; 1999-02) 


12. 


36D 


Jeff Adkins (2.8 apq; 19B2-85) 


13. 


346 


Ernest Graham (2.9 apq; 1978-81) 


14. 


304 


Albert Kinq (2.6 apq; 1978-B1) 


Steals, Game 

1 . 9 Johnny Rhodes at No. Carolina [2-7-961 




9 


Johnny Rhodes vs. American (1 2-23-95) 


3. 


8 


Juan Dixon vs. Florida State (1 -26-02) 




8 


Juan Dixon vs. No. Carolina (1 -9-02) 




8 


Juan Dixon vs. Georqia Tech (1-6-01) 




8 


Terrell Stokes vs. S.C. State (12-27-9B) 


7. 


7 


Chris McCray vs. Waqner (1 -4-03) 




7 


Juan Dixon vs. UMES [12-30-00) 




7 


Laron Profit vs. Clemson (1-15-97) 




7 


Johnny Rhodes at Virqinia (2-1-961 




7 


Johnny Rhodes vs. Howard (12-6-95) 




7 


Walt Williams vs. No. Carolina (3-11-89) 




7 


Walt Williams vs. Mt. St. Mary's (1 1-23-91) 


Steals, Season 

1 . 110 Johnny Rhodes (3.7 spq; 1 996) 


2. 


96 


Juan Dixon [2.7 spq; 2000) 


3. 


95 


Juan Dixon (2.6 spq; 2001) 




95 


Steve Francis (2.8 spq; 1999) 


5. 


92 


Juan Dixon [2.6 spq; 2002) 


6. 


87 


Laron Profit (2.7 spq; 1998) 


7. 


85 


Johnny Rhodes (2.5 spq; 1995) 


B. 


78 


Johnny Rhodes (2.B spq; 1994) 


9. 


71 


Steve Blake (2.0 spq; 2000) 




71 


Johnny Rhodes (2.5 spq; 1993) 


11. 


68 


Laron Profit (2.0 spq; 1999) 


12. 


67 


Terrell Stokes (2.0 spq; 1999) 


13. 


64 


Keith Booth (2.0 spq; 1997) 




64 


Dutch Morley (2.1 spq; 1980) 


15. 


60 


Walt Williams E.1 spq; 1992) 


Steals, Career 

1. 344 Johnny Rhodes (2.8 spq; 1993-96) 


2. 


333 


Juan Dixon (2.4 spq; 1999-02) 


3. 


252 


Laron Profit (2.1 spq; 1996-99) 


4. 


234 


Steve Blake (1 .7 spq; 2000-03) 


5. 


193 


Keith Booth (1 .5 spq; 1994-97) 


8. 


190 


Terrell Stokes (1 .5 spq; 1996-99) 


7. 


175 


Walt Williams (1 .7 spq; 19B9-921 


8. 


170 


Dutch Morley (1 .4 spq; 1979-82) 


9. 


162 


Terence Morris (1 .3 spq; 1998-01) 


10. 


137 


Derrick Lewis (1.1 spq; 1985-8B) 


11. 


136 
123 
120 


Kevin McLinton (1 .5 spq; 1990-93) 


12. 


Ernest Graham (1 .0 spq; 1 97B-81) 


13. 


Ouane Simpkms (1.1 spq; 1993-96) 


14. 


119 


Albert Kinq (1.0 spq; 1978-81) 


15. 


114 


Evers Burns (1 .0 spq; 1990-93) 


Blocked Shots, Game 

1 . 12 Cedric Lewis at South Florida [1 -20-91 ) 



Derrick Lewis at James Madison [1-28-87] 



10 Derrick Lewis vs. UMES (2-27-87) 



Derrick Lewis vs. UMBC (2-1B-87) 



Derrick Lewis vs. Towson State 12-21-85) 



Derrick Lewis vs. Tennessee (1 1 -24-84) 



8 Cedric Lewis vs. Georqia Tech (2-13-91 ) 
Cedric Lewis vs. UMBC (1-7-91) 



Blocked Shots, Season 

1. 143 Cedric Lewis (5.1 bpq; 1991) 


2. 


114 


Derrick Lewis (4.4 bpq; 1987) 


3. 


99 


Derrick Lewis (2.7 bpq; 19B5) 


4. 


97 


Joe Smith [2.9 bpq; 1995) 


5. 


93 


Joe Smith (3.1 bpq; 1994) 


6. 


79 


Terence Morns (2.2 bpq; 2001) 




79 


Lonny Baxter (2.3 bpq; 2000) 


7. 


77 


Terence Morris (2.3 bpq; 1999) 


8. 


71 


Terence Morris (2.1 bpq, 1900) 




71 


Derrick Lewis (2.2 bpq; 1 9B6) 


10. 


69 


Lonny Baxter (2.0 bpq; 2002) 


11. 


67 


Larry Gibson (2.5 bpq; 1977] 


12. 


59 


Tahi Holden (2.0 bpq; 2003) 


13. 


58 


Larry Gibson (1.9 bpq; 1979) 


Blocked Shots, Career 

1 . 339 Derrick Lewis (2.7 boo; 1985-88) 


2. 


256 


Terence Morns [1.7 bpq; 199B-01) 


3. 


239 


Cedric Lewis [2.5 bpq; 1988-91) 


4. 


227 


Lonny Baxter (1 .6 bpq; 1999-02) 


5. 


190 


Joe Smith (3.0 bpq; 1994-1995) 


6. 


182 


Larry Gibson (1 .8 bpq; 1976-79) 


7 


132 


Tahi Holden (1 .0 bpq; 2000-03) 


e. 


125 


Obinna Ekezie (1.1 bpq; 1996-99) 


9. 


97 


Tony Massenburq (0.9 bpq; 1986, 8B-90) 


10. 


87 


Len Bias (0.7 bpq; 1983-86) 


11. 


86 


8uck Williams (1.0 bpq; 1979-81) 


12. 


81 


Walt Williams (0.8 bpq; 1989-92) 


13. 


75 


8en Coleman (1 .2 bpq; 1983-84) 


14. 


74 


Mike Mardesich (0.5 bpq; 1998-01) 


15. 


72 


Laron Profit (0.6 bpq; 1996-99) 




72 


Keith Booth (0.5 bpq; 1994-97) 




Keith Booth 



FG Percentage, Game (min. 8 att.) 

1 .1.000 110-10) Lonny Baxter vs. No. Texas (12-23-98) 


(1 0-10) Ryan Randle vs. Waqner (1 -4-03) 


(9-9) Steve Francis vs . NC State ( 1 - 1 0-99) 


(8-8) Obinna Ekezie vs. American (12-21 -98) 


(8-8) Joe Smith vs. Clemson (1-25-95) 


(8-8) Buck Williams vs. Canisius [12-23-781 


(8-8) Gary Williams vs. S. Carolina (12-10-66) 


(8-81 Greq Mannmq vs. F. Dickinson [12-10-801 


(8-81 Ben Coleman vs. Duquesne [1 2-1 0-83) 


(8-81 Ben Coleman vs. Wake Forest 12-26-84) 




Cedric Lewis 



FG Percentage, Season (min. 100 att.) 

1. .647 (1B3-SB3) Buck Williams 11 9B1) 



2. 


.643 


(196-305) 


Greq Manninq (1980) 


3. 


.611 


(102-167) 


Charles Pittman (1 982] 


4. 


.608 


(194-319) 


Ben Coleman (1984) 


5. 


.606 


(143-236) 


Buck Williams (1980) 


FG Percentage, Career 

1. .615 (446-725) Buck Williams (1979-81) 


2, 


.589 


(376-638) 


Ben Coleman 11983-B4] 


3. 


.583 


(623-1068) 


Greq Manninq (1978-81) 


4. 


.576 
,555 


(438-760) 


Lawrence Boston (1976-78) 


5. 


(699-12591 


Tom McMillen (1972-74) 


B. 


.553 


(712-1287) 


Lonny Baxter (1999-02) 


7. 


.551 


(4B4-B7B) 


Larry Gibson (1 976-79) 



.550 



.547 



10. 



.540 



11. 



.536 



[451 -B 19) 
[485- 8 86) 
1564-1044) 

(83B-15B2)" 



Joe Smith 11994-95) 



Maurice Howard 11973-76) 
Der rick Lewis 11985-88) 
Len Bias(19B3-B6) 



12. 


.535 


1386-721] 


Brad Davis (1975-77) 


13. 


.530 


1491-927] 


Steve Sheppard (1975-77) 


14. 


.525 


(393-748) 


JerrodMustaf (1989-90) 


15. 


.5247 


(862-1,643) 


John Lucas (1973-76) 




Derrick Lewis 



Cedric Lewis vs. Calif. -Irvine [12-1 1-90) 
Larry Gibson vs. St. Joseph's (12-29-78) 



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Field Goals Made, Season 

1 . £7 5 Albert King 11 9BD) 



Greg Manning 




Steve Blake 




Albert King 






2 


274 


Len Bias [1985) 


3. 


270 


Adrian Branch (1985) 


4. 


2E _ 


Len Bias [1988) 


5. 


25B 


Walt Williams [1 992) 


B. 


253 


John Lucas [19741 


7. 


251 


Juan Dixon [2002) 


B. 


250 


Tom McMillan [1973) 


9. 


245 


Joe Smith [1 995) 


10. 


23B 


JerrodMustaf (1990) 


11. 


225 


Tom McMillen (1972) 


12. 


234 


Juan Dixon (2000) 


13. 


233 


John Lucas (1976) 




233 


Will Hetzel(19B9) 


15. 


232 


Juan Dixon (2001) 




232 


Albert King (1981) 


Field Goals Made, Career 

1. 862 Albert King (1978-81) 




862 


John Lucas [1973-761 



838 Len Bias [1983-B61 



802 Juan Dixon [1999-02) 



7B7 Adrian Branch (1982-85) 



712 Lonny Baxter (1 999-02) 



B99 Tom McMillen (1972-74) 



6BB Ernest Graham ( 1 978-8 1 ) 



10. 



BB4 Johnny Rhodes (1993-98) 



644 Terence Morris ( 1 998-0 1 ) 



11. 


623 


Greq Manning (197B-81) 


12. 


5B9 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 


13. 


583 


Laron Profit (1996-991 




583 


Walt Williams (1989-92) 


15. 


5B4 


Derrick Lewis (1985-88) 


Field Goals Attempted, Season 

1. 542 Walt Williams (1992) 


2. 


535 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


3. 


529 


Adrian Branch [19851 


4. 


527 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


5. 


519 


Len Bias(19B5) 


B. 


506 


Juan Dixon (2000) 


7. 


497 


Albert King [19801 


B. 


495 


John Lucas (1 974) 


9. 


491 


Len Bias (1 988) 


10. 


4E2 


Juan Dixon (20011 


11. 


4B9 


Gene Shue (19541 


12. 


4B8 


Bob Kessler [1 955) 


13. 


4B2 


Albert Kinq(1981) 


14 


456 


John Lucas (1976) 


15. 


454 


Ernest Graham (1979) 


Field Goals Attempted, Career 

1. 1.713 Juan Dixon (1999-021 


2. 


1,673 


Albert King (1978-B1) 


3. 


1,643 


John Lucas [1973-7B] 


4. 


1,579 


Adrian Branch [1982-851 


5. 


1,562 


Len Bias (19B3-BB) 


6. 


1,482 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 


7. 


1,363 


Ernest Graham (1978-81) 


B. 


1,300 


Terence Morris (1998-01) 


9. 


1,291 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 


10. 


1,287 


Lonny Baxter (1999-02) 


11. 


1,259 


Tom McMillen (1972-74) 


12. 


1,251 


Walt Williams [1989-92] 


13. 


1,242 


Wll Hetzel [1968-701 


14. 


1,229 


Laron Profit (1996-99) 


15. 


M 25 


Jay McMillen [1965-67] 


3-Point Field Goals Made, Season 

1 . 92 Juan Dixon (2DD2) 


2. 


E5 


Walt Williams (19921 


3. 


74 


Drew Nicholas (20031 


4. 


64 


Steve Blake (20031 




64 


Teyon McCoy (19901 


6. 


62 


Juan Dixon (2001) 


7 


60 


Sarunas Jesikevicius [19981 


B. 


59 


Johnny Rhodes (1 993) 



9. 


56 


Keith Gatlin(19B8) 


10. 


49 


Juan Dixon (2000) 


11. 


48 


Matt Roe (1991) 




48 


Rudy Archer [198B1 


13. 


45 


Steve Francis (1 999) 




45 


Duane Simpkins (1996) 




45 


Johnny Rhodes (1995) 


3-Point Field Goals Made, Career 

1. 239 Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


2. 


18B 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 


3. 


1B2 


Steve Blake (2000-03) 


4. 


1 76 


Drew Nicholas (2000-03) 


5. 


154 


Walt Williams (1 9B9-92) 


B. 


13B 


Sarunas Jasikevicius [1995-980 . 


7. 


'22 


Teyon McCoy [1987-88, 90) 


B. 


130 


Duane Simpkins (1993-96) 


9. 


105 


Laron Profit (1 996-99) 


10. 


101 


Terence Morris (1998-01) 


11. 


89 


Terrell Stokes [1996-991 


12. 


84 


Exree Hipp (1993-96) 


13. 


B2 


Mario Lucas (1993-96) 


14. 


81 


Steve Hood (19B7-B8) 


15. 


60 


Danny Miller [1999-011 


3-Point Field Goals Attempted, Season 

1. 240 Walt Williams (19921 


2. 


232 


Juan Dixon [20021 


3. 


178 


Drew Nicholas (2003) 


4. 


173 


Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


5. 


164 


Teyon McCoy (1990) 


B. 


15B 


Matt Roe (1991) 


7. 


154 


Steve Blake 12003) 


8. 


151 


Juan Dixon (2001) 




151 


Laron Profit (1998) 


10. 


135 


Juan Dixon (2000) 




135 


Johnny Rhodes [19961 


12. 


131 


Sarunas Jasikevicius (19971 


13. 


129 


Johnny Rhodes (1994) 


14. 


12B 


Steve Blake (2002) 


15. 


122 


Rudy Archer (19BB) 


3-Point Field Goals Attempted, Career 

1. B15 Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


2. 


557 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 


3. 


478 


Steve Blake (2000-03) 


4. 


447 


Drew Nicholas (200D-03) 


5. 


429 


Walt Williams [1989-921 




429 


Sarunas Jasikevicius (1995-98) 


7. 


326 


Laron Profit 11998-99) 


B. 


222 


Duane Simpkins (1993-96) 


9. 


316 


Teyon McCoy [1987-88, 90) 


10. 


299 


Terence Morris (1998-01) 


11. 


2BB 


Exree Hipp (1993-96) 


12. 


235 


Terrell Stokes [1996-991 


13. 


181 


Danny Miller (1999-01) 


14. 


171 


Mario Lucas (1993-96) 


15. 


156 

156 


John Gilchrist (2003.04) 




Matt Roe (1990-91) 


FT Percentage, Game (min. 10 att.) 

1. 1.000(14-14) Jerry Greenspan vs. Minnesota (12-10-60) 


(13-13) Len Bias vs. No. Carolina (2-20-86) 


Lee Brawlev vs. No. Carolina (1-2-51) 


(12-12) Duane Simpkins vs. Kentucky (1 1-24-95) 


Matt Roe vs. Wake Forest (2-23-91) 


T. Massenburq at Penn St. (3-19-90) 


Bill Stasiulatis vs. Wake Forest (3-3-61) 


Lee Brawlev vs. No. Carolina (1-2-51) 


Bob Kessler vs. Geo. Washington [1 -5-56) 


(11-11) Juan Dixon vs. Georgia Tech (1-6-01) 


Duane Simpkins vs. Virginia (3-5-94) 


(10-101 Juan Dixon vs. Wake Forest (1-17-01) 


Tom Milrov vs. Penn St. (1 1-30-68) 


Jerry Bechtle vs. No. Carolina (2-23-601 


15. 


.929 113-14) Walt Williams vs. No. Carolina (1-10-90) 




John Lucas 




Sarunas Jasikevicius 



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CC Tournament Titles: -isss,-imr2m-\ 

ACC Regular Season Titles': 7575, mo, 1995,2002 





FT Percentage, Season (min. 50 att.) Free Throws Made, Career 



Jerry Greenspan 



1. 


.908 


(79-87) 


Greq Manninq (19B0) 


2. 


,B98 


(141-157) 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


3. 


.865 


(12B-148) 


Juan Dixon (20D1) 


4. 


.864 


(209-242) 


Len Bias (1966) 




.864 


(57-66) 


Jo Jo Hunter (1978) 


6. 


.862 


(50-58) 


Keith Gatlin (19B5) 


7. 


.857 


:5=-77: 


Greq Manninq (1979) 


FT 

1. 


Percentage, 

.858 (315-367) 


Career 

Greq Manninq (1978-81) 


2. 


.850 


(426-5D1) 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


2. 


.836 


(122-146) 


Dutch Morley (1979-82) 


4. 


.813 


:1 00-1 23) 


Jo Jo Hunter (1977-78) 


5. 


.812 


:5"-5S5; 


Duane Simpkins (1 993-96) 


B. 


.803 


(301-375) 


Jim O'Brien (1971-73) 


7. 


.802 


(85-106) 


Bob McDonald (1959, 61) 


9. 


755 


(409-512) 


Tom McMillen (1 972-74] 


ID 


.7953 


(470-591) 


Len Bias [1983-861 


11. 


.7951 


(163-205) 


Keith Gatlin (1984-BB, 8B) 


12. 


.799 


(254-318) 


Br-ad Davis (1 975-77) 


Free Throws Made, Season 

1. 213 Keith Booth 11997) 


2. 


555 


Joe Smith (1995) 




209 


Len Bias (1986) 


4. 


'57 


Tom McMillen [1 972) 


5. 


75 


Walt Williams (1 992) 


6. 


174 


Bob Kessler (1956) 


7. 


'58 


Joe Smith (1994) 


a 


182 


Keith Booth (1 996) 


9. 


153 


Len Bias (1985) 


10. 


147 


Lonnv Baxter (2002) 


12. 


145 


Tony Massenburq (1990) 


13. 


143 


Jerry Greenspan (1 963) 


14. 


141 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


15. 


139 


Wll Hetzel(1969) 




Terence Morris 



1. 


576 


Keith Booth [1 994-97) 


2. 


470 


Len Bias (1983-86) 


3. 


454 


Adrian Branch (1 982-85) 


4. 


431 


Lonny Baxter (1999-02) 


5. 


426 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


6. 


409 


Tom McMillen (1 972-74) 


7. 


386 


Bob Kessler (1954-56) 


5 


55^ 


Walt Williams (1 989-92) 


5 


377 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


10. 


356 


Obmna Ekezie [1996-99) 


11. 


344 


Terence Moms (1998-01) 


12. 


334 


Albert Kinq (1978-81) 


13. 


317 


Jerry Greenspan (1961-63) 


14. 


315 


Greq Manninq (197B-B1) 


15. 


314 


Derrick Lewis [1 985-88] 


Free Throws Attempted, Season 

1. 297 Keith Booth (1997) 


2. 


282 


Joe Smith (1995) 


3. 


263 


Bob Kessler (1 956] 


4. 


242 


Len Bias [1986] 


5. 


241 


Turr mi: ! ler 375 


6. 


23c 


Lonnv Baxter (2002) 


7. 


55 i 


Walt Williams (1 992) 


8. 


255 


Joe Smith (1994) 


5. 


214 


Keith Booth [1 99B) 


ID 


20B 


Lonnv Baxter (20D1) 


11. 


554 


Bob Kessler (1955) 


12. 


201 


Tony Massenburq (1990) 


13. 


200 


Obmna Ekezie (1998) 


14. 


197 


Len Bias (1985) 


15. 


191 


Jerry Greenspan (1963! 


Free Throws Attempted, Career 

1. 824 Keith Booth (1994-97) 


2. 


718 


Lonny Baxter (1 999-02) 


3. 


607 


Adrian Branch (1982-85) 


4. 


591 


Len Bias (1983-86) 


5. 


587 


Bob Kessler (1 954-56) 


6. 


544 


Obmna Ekezie [1 996-99) 


7. 


512 


Tom McMillen [1972-741 


8. 


511 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


9. 


504 


Walt Williams [1989-921 


10. 


501 


Juan Dixon [1999-021 


11. 


487 


Derrick Lewis (19B5-BB) 


12. 


476 


T :-, Vi5s=s-c„" :'S8£ 33-35: 


13. 


441 


Terence Morns (1998-01) 


14. 


431 


Laran Profit (1996-99) 




431 


Albert Kinq (1978-81) 


16. 


420 


Jerry Greenspan (1961-63) 


17. 


419 


Buck Williams (1979-81) 


18. 


389 


A Bunqe (1 958-55: 




Keith Booth 



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H'JVIvfll III NsH 




11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



FRESHMAN RECORDS 




Scoring Average 

1. 19.7 Joe Smith (1994) 



Assists 



Field Goals Made 



Joe Smith 

Points 



1. 


582 


Joe Smith (1994) 


2 


442 


Adrian Branch (1 9B2) 


3. 


4S5 


John Lucas (1973) 


4. 


399 


Johnny Rhodes (1 993) 


5 


3B1 


Albert Kinq (1978) 


B. 


371 


Jerrod Mustaf (1989) 


7 


3B9 


Steve Hood (1987) 


S 


3B4 


3-33 Davis 1 1 975i 



2 


15.2 Adrian Branch (19B2) 


3 


14.3 Jerrod Mustaf (1989) 


4 


14.2 Steve Hood (1987) 


14.9 John Lucas (1973) 


6 


14.D Johnnv Rhodes (1993) 


7 


13.6 Albert King 11978) 


8. 


12.8 Brad Davis (1975) 


Rebounds 

1. 323 Buck Williams (1979) 


2. 


322 Joe Smith (1994) 


3 


241 Derrick Lewis (19B5) 


4 


209 Jerrod Mustaf (19B9) 


5. 


187 Albert Kinq (197B) 


S 


1B3 Keith Booth (1994) 


7. 


173 Brian Williams (19BB) 


B. 


157 Larry Gibson (197B) 


Rebound Average 

1. 10.7 Joe Smith (1994) 


2. 


10.0 Buck Williams (1979) 


3 


9.8 Larry Gibson (197B) 


4. 


7.8 Jerrod Mustaf (19B9) 


5 


B.7 Albert Kinq (1978) 


6 


B.5 Derrick Lewis (1985) 


7. 


B.1 Keith Booth (1994) 


B 


B.D Brian Williams (1 98B) 



1. 


217 Steve Blake 12000) 


2. 


1 78 John Lucas (1 973) 


3 


148 Keith Gatlin(19B4) 


4. 


134 Brad Davis (1975) 


5 


128 Dutch Morlev(1979) 


6 


111 Teyon McCoy (1987) 


7. 


91 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


8. 


87 Exree Hipp (1993) 


Steals 

1. 71 Steve Blake (2000) 


71 Johnnv Rhodes (1993) 


3. 


51 D.J. Strawberry (2004) 


4 


50 Juan Dixon (1999) 


5 


45 Keith Booth (1994) 


B. 


43 Dutch Morley (1979) 


7 


42 Joe Smith (1994) 


8. 


4D Laror Profit : 1 39E; 


Blocked Shots 

1. 99 Derrick Lewis (19B5) 


2. 


93 Joe Smith (1994) 


3. 


44 Ekene Ibekwe [20041 


4. 


3B Brian Williams (1988) 


5 


29 Terence Morris (1 99B) 


E 


2= Jerrod Mustaf "3=2: 


7 


27 Terence Morris (1 998) 


8 


2B Tah| Holden (2000) 


9. 


25 Travis Garrison (2003) 


25 Buck Williams (1979) 



1. 


190 John Lucas (1973) 


2. 


188 Joe Smith (1994) 


3. 


1 64 Adrian Branch (1 9B2) 


164 Albert Kinq (197B) 


5. 


157 Jerrod Mustaf (19B9) 


6 


149 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


7 


141 Brad Davis (1975) 


a 


136 Steve Hood 119B7] 


Field Goals 
Attempted 

1. 395 Joe Smith (1994) 


2. 


355 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


3. 


353 John Lucas (1973) 


4 


34B Adrian Branch (19B2) 


5. 


327 Albert Kinq (1978) 


6 


302 Jerrod Mustaf (1989) 


7 


290 Steve Hood (1987) 


8. 


270 Exree Hipp! 1993) 


3-Point Field Goals 
Made 

1. 59 Johnny Rhodes 11993) 


2. 


37 Steve Blake (2000) 


3. 


36 Juan Dixon (1 999) 


36 Teyon McCoy 119B7) 


5. 


35 Steve Hood (1987) 


5 


31 Drew Nicholas (200D) 


7. 


25 Mike Jones 12004) 


E 


20 Exree Hipp (1993) 



3-Point Field Goals 
Attempted 



1. 


173 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


2. 


102 Steve Blake (2000) 


3. 


97 Juan Dixon (1999) 


4 


92 Drew Nicholas (2000) 


5. 


BO Steve Hood (1987) 


BO Teyon McCoy (19B7) 


7. 


63 Exree Hipp (1993) 


B. 


62 Mike Jones 12004) 


Free Throws Made 

1. 16B Joe Smith (1994) 


2. 


114 Adrian Branch (1982) 


3 


92 Greq Manninq (1978) 


4. 


87 Keith Booth (1994) 


5. 


82 Brad Davis (1975) 


6 


65 AIBunqe(1958) 


7 


62 Steve Hood (19B7) 


B. 


BD Buck Williams (1979) 


Free Throw Attempts 

1. 229 Joe Smrch (1994) 


2. 


149 Adrian Branch (19B2) 


149 Keith Booth (1994) 


4. 


109 Buck Wlliams (1979) 


5. 


1 0B Greq Manninq (1 97B) 


B. 


1 00 Brad Davis (1975) 


7. 


95 D.J. Strawberry 12004) 


95 Steve Hood (1987) 



SOPHOMORE RECORDS 




Scoring Average 

1. 21.2 Tom McMillen (1972) 



Assists 

1. 243 Steve Blake (2001) 



Field Goals Made 



20.8 Joe Smith (1995) 



20.1 John Lucas 11974) 



19.7 Jay McMillen (1965) 



18.7 Adrian Branch (19B3) 



18.5 Jerrod Mustaf 11990) 



18.0 Juan Oixon (2000) 



18.6 Ernest Graham (1979) 



Rebounds 

1. 362 Joe Smith 11995) 



Tom McMillen 

Points 

1. 70B Joe Smith 11995) 

2. 667 Tom McMillen (1972) 

3. 630 Juan Dixon (2000) 

4. 609 Jerrod Mustaf (199D) 

5. 564 John Lucas 11974) 
S. 547 Lonny Baxter 12000) 
7. 541 Adrian Branch (1963) 
B. 521 Terence Morris (1999) 



2 


351 Len Elmore (1972) 


3. 


SOB Lonny Baxter (2000) 


4 


306 Tom McMillen (1972) 


5 


2B5 AIBunqe(195B) 


B. 


257 Chris Wilcox (2002) 


7. 


254 Jerrod Mustaf (1990) 


3 


249 Lawrence Boston (1 976) 


Rebound Average 

1. 11.0 Len Elmore (1972) 


2. 


10.7 Joe Smith (1995) 


3 


10.1 Buck Williams (19B0) 


4 


9.8 Tom McMillen 11972) 


5. 


9.1 AIBunqe(195B) 


6 


B.9 Lawrence Boston (197B) 


7. 


B.8 Lonny Baxter (2000) 


B. 


B.B Barry Yates (1971) 



2 


221 Keith Gatlin (1985) 


3 


1B5 Brad Davis 11976) 


4. 


159 John Gilchrist (2204) 


159 John Lucas 11974) 


6. 


143 Terrell Stokes (1997) 


7 


136 DuaneSimpkins(1994) 


B. 


127 Juan Dixon (2000) 


Steals 

1 . 98 Juan Dixon (2000) 


2. 


7B Johnny Rhodes (1994) 


3 


64 Dutch Morley (19B0) 


4. 


57 Steve Blake (2001) 


57 LaronProfrt(1997) 


57 Walt Wlliams (1990) 


7. 


56 John Gilchrist [20041 


8. 


53 Chris McCray [20041 


Blocked Shots 

1. 97 Joe Sm'fch (1995) 


1. 97 Joe Smith (1995) 


2. 


79 Lonny Baxter 12000) 


3. 


77 Terence Morris (1 999) 


4 


71 Derrick Lewis (1 9B6) 


5 


53 Chris Wilcox (2002! 


S 


43 Keith Booth (1995) 


7. 


36 Travis Garrison (2004) 


36 Cedric Lewis 11989) 



1. 


253 John Lucas (1974) 


2. 


245 Joe Smith (1995) 


3 


23B Jerrod Mustaf (1990) 


4 


235 Tom McMillen (1972) 


5. 


234 Juan Oixon (2000) 


5 


222 Ernest Graham (1979) 


7 


21 8 Lonny Baxter (2000) 


B. 


211 Len Bias (19B4) 


Field Goals 
Attempted 

1 . 506 Juan Dixon (2000) 


2 


495 John Lucas (1974) 


3. 


454 Ernest Graham (1 979) 


4 


443 Je-:c Mustaf "SEE! 


5 


42B Tom McMillen (1972) 


6. 


424 Jdb Smith (1995) 


424 Jay McMillen (19B5) 


B. 


420 Adrian Branch [19831 


3-Point Field Goals 
Made 

1 . 49 Juan Dixon (2000) 


2. 


43 John Gilchrist [20041 


3. 


40 Johnny Rhodes (1994) 


4. 


3B Duane Simpkms (1994) 


5 


37 Steve Bleke (2001) 


6. 


3B Nik Caner-Medley [20041 


7 


E5 Laror Profit :"9S7; 


8. 


34 Drew Nicholas (2001) 


34 Danny Miller (2000) 



3-Point Field Goals 
Attempted 



1. 


135 Juan Dixon (2000) 


2 


129 Johnny Rhodes (1994) 


3. 


115 Nik Caner-Medley (2004) 


4. 


112 John Gilchrist [2004) 


5. 


101 Chris McCray (2004) 


B. 


99 Laron Profit (1997) 


7 


95 Danny Miller (2000) 


8. 


94 Steve Blake (200 1) 


94 Exree Hipp (1994) 


Free Throws Made 

1 . 209 Joe Smith (1 995) 


2. 


197 Tom McMillen (1972) 


3. 


134 Jim O'Brien (1971) 


4 


i 33 J ^ Halleck 11357; 


5. 


127 Jerrod Mustaf (1990) 


5. 


11B Adrian Branch (1983) 


7. 


114 Keth Booth (1995) 


B. 


113 Juan Dixon (2000) 


Free Throw Attempts 

1. 2B2 Joe Smith (1995) 


2. 


241 Tom McMillen (1972) 


2 


187 Lonny Baxter (2000) 


4 


174 Jim Halleck (1957) 


5 


171 Jim O'Brien (1971) 


E 


1B5 Adrian Branch (1983) 


7. 


184 Keith Booth (1995) 


1B4 Jerrod Mustaf (1990) 




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2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETB 




JUNIOR RECORDS 




Scoring Average 



Assists 



Field Goals Made 



Len Bias 

Points 



1. 


701 


Len Bias (1 985) 


2. 


674 


Albert Kinql 1980) 


3. 


654 


Juan Dixon (2001) 


4. 


616 


TomMcMillen [19731 


5. 


605 


Will Hetzel 11969) 


B 


579 


Steve Francis 11999) 


7. 


561 


Lonny Baxter GOOD 


a 


537 


Terence Morns (2000) 



1. 


23.3 Will Hetzel (1969) 


2 


21.7 Albert Kinq (1980) 


3. 


21.2 TomMcMillen (1973) 


4. 


20.9 Bob Kessler(1955) 


5 


'9 6 Dennick Lewis ('937: 


6. 


19.5 John Lucas (1 975) 


7 


1B.9 Len Bias (19B5) 


8. 


1B.7 Walt Williams (1991) 


Rebounds 

1. 363 Buck Williams (19B1) 


2. 


318 Will Hetzel (19B9) 


3 


293 Terence Morris [2000) 


4 


290 Len Elmore (1973) 


5. 


286 Lonny Baxter (2001 ) 


6 


284 TomMcMillen (1973) 


7 


271 Gap/ Ward (1965) 


a. 


253 Larry Gibson! 197B) 


Rebound Average 

1. 12.2 Will Hetzel (1969) 


2. 


11.7 Buck Williams (1981) 


3 


11.2 Len Elmore (1973) 


4 


11.8 Bob Eicher [1962) 


5. 


11.6 AIBunqe(1959) 


6. 


11.0 Bob Kessler (1955) 


7. 


10.4 Gary Ward 11965) 


3. 


1C ■ Red Hc-=:fi359: 



1 


286 


Steve Blake 12002) 


2 


204 


Keith Gatlin (19B6) 


3 


172 


Rudy Archer (19BB) 


4 


1B2 


Duane Simpkins (1 995) 


5. 


154 


Kevin McLinton (1992) 


6 


152 


Steve Francis (1999) 


7 


149 


Terrell Stokes 11998) 


8. 


136 


Ernest Graham (1980) 


Steals 

1. 95 


Juan Dixon (2001) 




95 


Steve Francis (1999) 


3. 


B7 


Laron Profit (1 998) 


4 


B5 


Johnny Rhodes (1995) 


5 


56 


Steve Blake (2002) 


5 


53 


Terence Morris (2000) 


7 


47 


Kevin McLinton (1992) 


B. 


43 


Ernest Graham (19801 


Blocked Shots 

1. 114 Derrick Lewis (19B7) 


2. 


71 


Terence Morris (2000) 


3 


57 


Larry Gibson (1978) 


4 


55 


Lonny Baxter 12001 ) 


5. 


49 


Cednc Lewis (1 990) 


6. 


37 


Obinna Ekezie(1998) 


7 


36 


Laron Profit (199B) 


3 


34 


Tahj Holden (2002) 



I 


275 Albert Kinq (1980) 


2 


274 Len Bias (19B5) 


3 


250 Tom McMillen 11973) 


4 


233 Will Hetzel 11969) 


5 


232 Juan Dixon 12001) 


5 


219 Lonny Baxter (2001) 


7 


205 Steve Francis (1 999) 


B. 


203 Steve Shepoard (1976) 


Field Goals 
Attempted 

1. 527 Will Hetzel (1969) 


2 


519 Len Bias (1985) 


3 


497 Albert Kinq (19B0) 


4 


480 Juan Dixon (2001) 


5 


468 Bob Kessler [1 955) 


6 


427 Tom McMillen (1973) 


7 


412 Laron Profit (199B) 


B. 


406 Terence Moms (2000) 


3-Point Field Goals 
Made 

1 . 64 Teyon McCoy (1 990) 


2. 


82 Juan Dixon (2001) 


3. 


48 Rudy Archer (1 988) 


4. 


45 Steve Francis (1 999) 


45 Johnny Rhodes 119951 


6. 


44 Steve Blake 12002) 


7 


42 Sarunas Jasikevicius (1 9971 


8 


40 Duane Simpkins (1995) 



SENIOR RECORDS 




Scoring Average 

1. 26.8 Walt Williams (1 992) 



Assists 



Field Goals Made 



Walt Williams 



Points 

1. 776 Walt Williams (19921 


2. 


743 Len Bias (1986) 


3. 


735 Juan Dixon (2002) 


4. 


671 Adrian Branch (19B51 


5 


654 Gene Shue (1954) 


6 


824 Keith Booth (1997) 


7. 


559 Albert Kinq (1981) 


8. 


557 John Lucas (1976) 


557 Tony Massenburq (1 990) 



2. 


23.2 Len Bias (19BB) 


3 


20.42 Juan Dixon (2002) 


20.42 Bob Kessler (195B) 


5. 


19.9 John Lucas 11976) 


6 


19.5 Keith Booth 11997) 


7. 


19.4 Tom McMillen (1974) 


8 


18.5 Evers Bums (1 993) 


Rebounds 

1. 412 Len Elmore (1974) 


2. 


336 Bob Kessler [19561 


3 


321 Tom Roy (1975) 


4. 


314 Tony Massenburq [19901 


= 


288 Lonny Baxter [20021 


E 


283 Jamar Smith (2004) 


7 


277 Terence Morns (2001 ) 


B. 


289 Ben Coleman (1964) 


269 Tom McMillen (1974) 


Rebound Average 

1. 14.7 Len Elmore (1974) 


2. 


14.0 Bob Kessler (1956) 


3 


12.6 AIBunqe(1960) 


4 


11.1 Tom Roy (1975) 


5 


10.7 Bob McDonald (1961) 


6 


10.4 6ob Everett (1955) 


7. 


10.1 Tony Massenburq [19901 


B 


10.0 TomMcMillen [1974] 



1. 


221 


SteveBlake 120031 


2. 


213 


Terrell Stokes 119991 


3. 


175 


Kevin McLinton (1 993) 


4. 


135 


GreqNared(19B9) 




135 


Mickey Wiles (1970) 


6. 


124 


Dutch Morley (1 9B2) 


7 


121 


Bob Bodell (1973) 


8. 


120 


Ernest Graham (1981) 


9. 


116 


Duane Simpkins (1996) 


Steals 

1. 110 


Johnny Rhodes (1996) 


2. 


92 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


3. 


6B 


Laron Profit [1999) 


4 


67 


Terrell Stokes (1999) 


5. 


64 


Keith Booth (1997) 


B. 


60 


Walt Williams (1992) 


7 


50 


Steve Blake (2003) 


B 


47 


Evers Burns (1993) 


9 


46 


Kevin McLinton (1993) 




46 


Greg Nared (1989) 


Blocked Shots 

1. 143 Cednc Lewis 11991) 


2 


79 


Terence Morris [20011 


3 


B9 


Lonny Baxter [2002) 


4 


59 


Tah| Holden [2003) 


5 


5B 


Larry Gibson (1979) 


6. 


55 


Derrick Lewis (1 9B8) 


7 


42 


Ben Colemen (1 9B4) 


7 


37 


Tony Massenburq (19901 


B. 


36 


Ryan Randle (2003) 




36 


Chris Kerwin(1993) 



1. 


270 Adrian Branch (1 985) 


2 


257 Len Bias 11986) 


3 


258 Walt Williams (1 992) 


4. 


251 Juan Dixon (2002) 


5. 


233 John Lucas (197B) 


6 


232 Albert Kinq (1981) 


7 


214 TomMcMillen 11974) 


8. 


211 Evers Burns (1993) 


Field Goals 
Attempted 

1. 542 Walt Williams (1992) 


2. 


535 Juan Dixon (2002) 


3 


529 Adrian Branch (1985) 


4 


491 Len Bias 11986) 


5 


469 Gene Shue (1954) 


6. 


462 Albert Kinq (19B1) 


7 


456 John Lucas (1976) 


8. 


437 Keith Booth (1997) 


3-Point Field Goals 
Made 

1 . 92 Juan Dixon (2002) 


2. 


B9 Walt Williams (1992) 


3 


73 Drew Nicholas (2003) 


4 


64 Steve 5lake (2003) 


5 


60 Sarunas Jasikevicius (199B) 


B 


56 Keith Gatlin (1988) 


7 


48 Matt Roe [1991) 


8 


45 Cane Simpkins 1 1 99B! 


9 


42 Johnny Rhodes (1996) 


10. 


34 Mario Lucas (1996) 


34 John Johnson (19B9) 



3-Point Field Goals 
Attempted 



1. 


164 Teyon McCoy [19901 


2 


151 Juan Dixon 12001) 


3 


131 Sarunas Jasikevicius 11 997) 


4 


128 Steve Blake (2002) 


5 


122 Rudy Archer 11 9BB) 


E 


120 Johnny Rhodes 11995) 


7 


117 Laron Profit 11998) 


B. 


116 Steve Francis (1999) 


Free Throws Made 

1. 162 Keith Booth (199B) 


2 


153 Len Bias (19B5) 


3 


139 Will Hetzel (1969) 


4 


134 Obinna Ekezie(199B) 


5 


131 Bob Kessler (1955) 


E 


1 30 Jerry Greenspan [1 962) 


7 


12B Juan Dixon (2001) 


B. 


1 24 Steve Francis (1 999) 


Free Throw Attempts 

1. 214 Kefch Booth (199B) 


2. 


206 Lonny Baxter (2001) 


3. 


200 Obinna Ekezie(199B) 


4 


197 Len Bias (1985) 


5 


182 Buck Williams (1981) 


B. 


1 77 Derrick Lewis (1 9B7) 


7 


171 Will Hetzel (1969) 


B. 


167 Jerry Greenspan (1962) 



3-Point Field Goals 
Attempted 


1. 240 Welt Williams (1992) 


2. 


232 Juan Dixon (2002) 


3 


17B Drew Nicholas (2003) 


4 


154 Steve Blake (2003) 


5 


156 Matt Roe (1991) 


6 


151 Sarunas Jasikevicius 11 998) 


7 


135 Johnny Rhodes (1996) 


B 


113 Keith Gatlin (1988) 


3 


100 Duane Simpkins [1996) 


10. 


99 Mario Lucas [1996) 


99 Greq Nared (19B9) 


Free Throws Made 

1. 813 KeWi Booth (1997) 


2 


209 Len Bias[198B) 


3 


175 Walt Williams (1992) 


4 


'"4 3:; -.====- '55=' 


5 


'4 - _;--, B=\te- .2C02' 


B 


145 Tony Massenburq (1990) 


7 


143 Jerry Greenspan (1963) 


8. 


141 Juan Dixon 12002) 


Free Throw Attempts 

1. 297 Keith Booth (1997) 


2. 


263 6ob Kessler (1956) 


3 


242 LenBies(19BB) 


4. 


236 Lonny Baxter (2002) 


5 


231 Walt Wlliams (1992) 


B 


201 Tony Massenburq (1990) 


" 


191 Jerry GreensDen (1963) 


B 


182 Bob Everett [1955' 



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2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



. ~ Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



ANNUAL LEADERS 



Year 


SCORING 

Leader 


Points 


Avg. 


REBOUNDING 

Leader 


Hebs. Avg. 


FIELD GOAL PCT. 

Leader 


FGPct. 


2003-04 


John Gilchrist 


492 


15.4 


Jamar Smith 


283 8.8 


Ekene Ibekwe 


= 24 


2002-03 


Drew Nicholas 


552 


17.8 


Ryan Randle 


224 7.2 


John Gilchrist 


.588 


SOD 1 -OS 


Juan Dixon 


735 


20.4 


Lonny Baxter 


288 B.2 


Lonny Baxter 


.545 


aooo-01 


Juan Dixon 


645 


18.2 


Lonnv Baxter 


286 7.9 


Lonnv Baxter 


.566 


1999-00 


Juan Dixon 


630 


1B.0 


Lpnnv Baxter 


308 B.8 


Lonny Baxter 


.533 


1999-99 


Steve Francis 


579 


17.0 


Terence Mcrris 


242 7.1 


Terence Morris 


.551 


1997-99 


Laron Profit 


506 


15. G 


Rodney Elliott 


236 7.4 


Terrnce Morris 


.523 


1996-97 


Keith Booth 


224 


19.5 


Ket h Bco: h 


253 7.9 


Obinna Ekezie 


550 


1995-96 


Johnny Rhodes 


502 


16.7 


Keith Booth 


232 7.8 


Johnnv Rhodes 


.478 


1994-95 


Joe Smith 


708 


20.4 


Joe Smith 


362 10.7 


Joe Smith 


.578 


1993-94 


Joe Smith 


582 


19.4 


Joe Smith 


321 10.7 


Joe Smith 


.522 


1992-93 


Evers Burns 


518 


1B.5 


Evers Burns 


249 8.9 


Evers Burns 


.506 


1991-92 


Walt Williams 


776 


26. 8 


Evers Burns 


206 7.1 


Evers Burns 


.516 


1990-91 


Matt Roe 
Walt Williams 


498 
318 


17.8 
18.7 


Cedric Lewis 


233 8.3 


Garfield Smith 


.527 


1939-90 


Jerrod Mustaf 


609 


18.5 


Tony Massenburq 


314 10.1 


Jerrod Mustaf 


.529 


1993-39 


Tony Massenburq 


4B1 


16.6 


Tony Massenburq 


226 7.8 


Tony Massenburq 


.550 


1987-88 


Derrick Lewis 


466 


15.0 


Derrick Lewis 


237 7.6 


Brian Williams 


.600 


1986-37 


Derrick Lewis 


510 


19.6 


Derrick Lewis 


24B 9.5 


Derrick Lewis 


.602 


1385-86 


Len Bias 


743 


23.2 


Len Bias 


224 7.0 


Tom Jones 


.551 


1984-35 


Len Bias 


701 


18.9 


Len Bias 


251 6.8 


Len Bias 


.530 


1983-34 


Ben Coleman 


491 


15.3 


Ben Coleman 


269 8.4 


Ben Coleman 


.608 


1983-83 


Adrian Branch 


541 


18.7 


Ben Coleman 


242 8.1 


Ben Coleman 


.571 


1931-82 


Adrian Branch 


442 


15.2 


Herman Veal 


213 7.3 


Charles Pittman 


.21 1 


1990-91 


Albert Kinq 


559 


18.0 


Buck Williams 


363 1 1 .7 


Buck Williams 


.647 


1979-90 


Albert Kinq 


674 


21.7 


Buck Williams 


242 10.1 


Greq Manninq 


.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 


.5B0 


1973-77 


Lawrence Boston 
Steve Sheppard 


338 
309 


13.0 
16.2 


Larry Gibson 


22B 8.4 


Lawrence Boston 


.597 


1975-76 


John Lucas 


557 


19.9 


Lawrence Boston 
Larry Gibson 


157 8.9 

249 9.B 


Maurice Howard 


.553 


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 


1973-73 


Tom McMillen 


616 


21.2 


Len Elmore 


290 1 1 .2 


Tom McMillen 


.585 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen 


667 


20.8 


Len Elmore 


351 11.0 


Tom McMillen 


.549 


1970-71 


Howard White 
Jim O'Brien 


389 
342 


15.6 
16.3 


Barry Yates 


224 8.6 


Charlie Blank 


.473 


1969-70 


Rod Horst 


605 


16.5 


Rod Hprst 


252 9 2 


Rod Horst 


522 


1969-69 


Will Hetzel 


605 


23.3 


Will Hetzel 


318 12.2 


Rod Horst 


.480 


1967-68 


Pete Johnson 


360 


15.0 


Jay McMillen 


195 8.1 


Will Hetzel 


.423 


1966-67 


Jav McMillen 


392 


16.3 


Jay McMillen 


195 B.1 


Rich Drescher 


.445 


1965-66 


Gary Ward 


430 


17.2 


Gary Ward 


241 9.6 


Gary Ward 


.463 


1964-65 


Jav McMillen 


512 


19.7 


Gary Ward 


271 10.4 


Jay McMillen 


.486 


1963-34 


George Suder 


327 


13.0 


Rick Wise 
Gary Ward 


185 7.1 
103 7.4 


Jackie Clark 


.480 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


365 


17.4 


Jerry Greenspan 


184 8.8 


Connie Carpenter 


.447 


1961-62 


Jerrv Greenspan 


380 


15.2 


Jerry Greenspan 


235 9.4 


Bruce Kelleher 


.437 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


347 


13.4 


Bob McDonald 


279 10.7 


Bob McDonald 


.453 


1959-60 


Al Bunqe 


383 


16.6 


Al Bunqe 


289 12.6 


Paul Jelus 


. .470 


1959-59 


Charles McNeil 


311 


14.8 


Al Bunqe 


241 10.5 


Charles McNeil 


.443 


1957-53 


Charles McNeil 


311 


14.8 


Al Bunqe 


265 9.1 


Nick Davis 


.463 


1956-57 


Bob O'Brien 


342 


13.2 


Jim Halleck 


195 7.5 


John Nacinick 


.470 


1955-56 


Bob Kessler 


490 


20.4 


Bob Kessler 


336 14.0 


Bob O'Brien 


.421 


1954-55 


Bob Kessler 


4B7 


20.3 






- not available - 


_ 


1953-54 


Gene Shue 


654 


21.8 






Gene Shue 


.506 


1952-53 


Gene Shue 


50B 


22.1 






Gene Shue 


.489 


1951-53 


- not available - 


- 


— 






— not available - 


_ 


1950-51 


Lee Brawley 


404 


'5.0 






Dick Koffenberqer 


.480 




Evers Burns 




Bob McDonald 




Tony Massenburg 




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CC Tournament TiUes:-/aw;/sw;faM 

ACC Regular Season Titles: im, isso 1935,2002 ' 



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FREE THROW PCT. 

Year Leader 


Pet. 


ASSISTS 

Leader 


Assists 


Avg. 


STEALS 

Leader 


Steals 


Avg. 


BLOCKED SHOTS 

Leader Blocks 


Avg. 


5003-04 


Chris McCray 


.822 


John Gilchrist 


159 


5.0 


John Gilchrist 


56 


1.8 


Ekene Ibekwe 


44 


1.4 


2002-03 


Drew Nicholas 


.852 


Steve Blake 


221 


7.1 


Steve Blake 


50 


1.6 


Ryan Randle 


36 


1.2 


3001 -02 


Juan Dixon 


.898 


Steve Blake 


286 


7.9 


Juan Oixon 


92 


2.6 


Lonny Baxter 


69 


2.0 


2000-01 


Juan Dixon 


.865 


Steve Blake 


248 


6.9 


Juan Dixon 


95 


2.6 


Terence Morris 


79 


2.2 


1999-00 


Juan Dixon 


.790 


Steve Blake 


217 


6.2 


Juan Dixon 


98 


2.7 


Lonny Baxter 


79 


2.3 


1998-99 


Juan Dixon 


.830 


Terrell Stokes 


213 


S.3 


Steve Francis 


95 


2.B 


Terence Morns 


77 


2.3 


1997-98 


Sarunas Jasikevicius 


.759 


Terrell Stokes 


149 


4.7 


Laran Profit 


87 


2.7 


Obinna Ekezie 


37 


1.2 


1998-97 


Sarunas Jasikevicius 


.742 


Terrell Stokes 


143 


4.5 


Keith Booth 


64 


2.0 


Obinna Ekezie 


33 


1.1 


1995-96 


Duane Simokins 


.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 


,7B4 


Duane Simpkins 


136 


4.5 


Johnny Rhodes 


78 


2.3 


Joe Smith 


93 


3.1 


1992-93 


Kevin McLinton 


.822 


Kevin McLinton 


154 


5.3 


Johnny Rhodes 


71 


2.5 


Chris Kerwin 


30 


1.1 


1991-92 


Kevin McLinton 


.781 


Kevin McLinton 


154 


5.3 


Wait Wlliams 


60 


2.1 


Chris Kerwin 


31 


1.1 


1990-91 


Wait Williams 


.837 


Kevin McLinton 


123 


4.4 


Cedric Lewis 


48 


1.5 


Cedric Lewis 


143 


5.1 








Walt Wlliams 


91 


5.4 














1989-90 


Watt Wlliams 


.778 


Walt Wlliams 


149 


4.5 


Walt Wlliams 


57 


1.7 


Cedric Lewis 


49 


1.5 


1988-89 


John Johnson 


.790 


Greq Nared 


135 


4.8 


Greq Nared 


46 


1.6 


Cednc Lewis 


36 


1.3 


1987-88 


Rudv Archer 


.772 


Rudv Archer 


172 


5.5 


Derrick Lewis 


45 


1.5 


Derrick Lewis 


55 


1.8 


1988-87 


John Johnson 


.790 


Tevon McCov 


111 


4.3 


Derrick Lewis 


38 


1.5 


Derrick Lewis 


114 


4.4 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


.864 


Keith Gatlin 


204 


6.4 


Derrick Lewis 


37 


1.1 


Derrick Lewis 


71 


2.2 


1984-85 


Keith Gatlin 


.862 


Keith Gatlin 


221 


6.0 


Adrian Branch 


45 


1.2 


Derrick Lewis 


£9 


2.7 


1983-84 


Len Bias 


.767 


Keith Gatlin 


148 


4.6 


Adrian Branch 


29 


1.0 


Ben Coleman 


48 


1.3 


1982-83 


Herman Veal 


.762 


Jeff Adkins 


121 


4.0 


Jeff Adkins 


23 


0.8 


Ben Coleman 


33 


1.1 


1981-82 


Herman Veal 


.780 


Dutch Morlev 


128 


4.3 


Dutch Morlev 


33 


1.1 


Charles P'rttman 


31 


1.3 


1980-81 


Greq Manninq 


.821 


Ernest Graham 


120 


3.9 


Ernest Graham 


42 


1.4 


Buck Wlliams 


29 


0.9 


1979-80 


Greq Manninq 


.908 


Ernest Graham 


136 


4.4 


Dutch Morlev 


64 


2.1 


Taylor Baldwin 


35 


1.1 


1978-79 


Greq Manninq 


.857 


Dutch Morlev 


128 


4.3 


Dutch Morlev 


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 


46 














1973-74 


Maurice Howard 


.786 


John Lucas 


159 


5.7 














1972-73 


Jim O'Brien 


.844 


John Lucas 


178 


5.S 














1971-72 


Ton McMillan 


.817 


Howard White 


93 


2.9 














1970-71 


Jim O'Brien 


.784 


Jim O'Brien 


70 


3.3 














1969-70 


Wll Hetzel 


.781 


Mickey Wles 


135 


5.2 















1966-69 


Wll Hetzel 


.813 


1967-68 


Pete Johnson 


.721 


1966-67 


Jav McMillen 


.787 


1965-66 


Jay McMillen 


.792 


1964-65 


Gary Ward 


.818 


1963-64 


Neil Brayton 


.803 


1962-63 


Jerrv Greenspan 


.749 


1961-62 


Bruce Kelleher 


.816 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


.873 


1959-60 


Paul Jelus 


.842 


1958-59 


Jerry Bechtle 


.783 


1957-58 


Charles McNeil 


.762 


1956-57 


Jim Halleck 


.764 


1955-56 


Bob O'Brien 


.767 


1954-55 


- not available - 


_ 


1953-54 


Gene Shue 


.789 


1952-53 


Gene Shue 


.700 


1951-52 


- not available - 


_ 


1950-51 


Dick Koffenberqer 


.772 




[V | 




Jim O'Brien 



Cedric Lewis 



Kevin McLinton 



TEAM RECORDS • SEASON 



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 1987; assists 
records are since 1 970; blocks and steals records are 
since 1977. 

Most Games Played 

37 in 19B5 (25 wins, 12 lossesl 

36 in gQOS (32 wins, 4 losses! 

3B in 5001 125 wins, 1 1 losses) 

35 in 2000 (55 wins, 10 losses) 

Highest Win Percentage 

.BB9 133-4), 2002 

B44 [27-51, 1972 

.B2BI24-5), 1975 

.BB4 12B-6), 1999 

■BB4 114-3), 19gB 

.821 123-5), 1974 

Lowest Win Percentage 



.000 10-161, 1914 



.000(0-2), 1905 



.04511-21), 1941 



.125 12-14), 1945 



.167(1-5), 1919 



Highest Home Court Win Pet. 

1.000(16-0), 1995 



1.000(15-0), 2002 



1.000(16-0), 1960 



1.000(14-0), 1972 



1.000(11-0), 192B 



.938115-1), 2000 



.929 113-1), 1999 



.923(12-1), 1974 



.923(12-1), 1973 



.917(11-1), 1932 



.909(10-1). 1958 



.909(10-1), 192B 



Most Wins 



27 in 1972 



26 in 1995 



25 in 2001 



25 n 2CCC 



25 in 19B5 



Most Losses 



20 in 1969 



18 in 1969 



18 in 1950 



18 in 1949 



Most Consecutive Wins 

14 [began vs. Washington S Lee on Jan. 15, 
ended by No. Carolina 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, 

Georgia on Dec. 30, 1996) 

1 1 [began vs. E. Carolina on Nov. 29. 1 975; ended by 

Wake Forest on Jan. 10, 1976) 

11 [began vs. Duke on Feb. 2, 1973; ended by NC 

State on March 9, 1973) 

10 (began vs. Michigan on Oec. 2, 2000; ended by 

No. Carolina on Jan. 10, 2001) 

10 (began vs. W. Carolina on Nov. 14, 1998; ended by 

Kentucky on Dec. 12, 1998) 

10 (began vs. Alaska-Anchorage on Nov. 24, 1984; 

ended by Ga. Tech on Dec. 26, 1984) 

10 [began vs. Ball St. on Nov. 30, 1978; ended by 

Wake Forest on Jan. 8, 1 977) 

1 (began vs. Brown on Nov. 29, 1 972; 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 Average Points Per Game 



Overall: 14 (began vs. Clemson on Jan. 20, 2002; 

ended at Wake Forest on Jan. 15, 2003) 

Season: 12 (began vs. Clemson on Jan. 2D, 2002; 

final 12 ACC games of 2001-02 season) 

Most Consecutive Home Wins 

Overall: 24 [began vs. UMES on Nov. 30. 1979; ended 
vs. Virginia on Jan. 14. 1981) 

Most Consecutive 
Non-League Home Wins 

87 (began vs. Alcorn St. on Dec. 30, 1989; ended vs. 
Florida on Oec. 14, 2002) 

Most Home Games Without 
Consecutive Losses 

1 63 (began Feb. 24. 1 993 vs. NC State; still current 
entering the 2004-05 season] 

Most Overtime Games 

4 in 2004 

4 in 1996 

4 in 1965 

Most Overtime Periods 

7 in 1964 

Most 100-Point Games 

8 in 1975 

8 in 1974 

Consecutive 100-Pt. Games 

4 in 2001 (123 vs. Norfolk State. 117 vs. Chicago 

State. 105 vs. Md. -Eastern Shore, 104 at 
Clemson] 

ZZ Overall Total Attendance 

608,859 in 2002 136 names) 

528,916 in 2001 (36 flames) 

509,925 in 2004 132 games) 

414,318 in 2003 131 games) 

503,648 in 2000 135 games! 

473,626 in 1999 134 games) 

ZZ Home Total Attendance 

287,200 in 2004 116 games) 

281 ,057 in 2003 116 games) 

240,254 in 1977 119 games) 

22B.3B9 in 2000 116 games) 

221,020 in 1995 116 games) 

212,495 in 2002 115 games! 

202,365 in 1999 114 games) 

201 ,536 in 1979 (18 games) 

Overall Avg. Attendance 

16,912 in 2002 136 games) 

1932; 16,591 in 2003 131 games! 

15,935 in 2004 132 games) 



14,692 in 2001 13B games] 



14,390 in 2000135 games] 



i996; ended by 13,944 in 1 99B 132 games] 



3,930 in 1999 134 games] 



Home Avg. Attendance 

17,950 in 2004 11B games) 

17,566 in 2003 116 games) 

14,455 in 1999 114 games) 

14,166 in 2002 115 games) 

14,148 in 2000 [16 games) 

14,058 in 2001 [14 games] 

13,814 in 1995 11 B games) 

13,644 in 1994 113 games) 

Most Points Scored 

3,067 in 2001 136 games) 

3,060 in 2002 (36 games) 

2,946 in 1995 134 games) 

2,873 in 1999 134 games) 

2,747 in 1990 133 games) 

2,683 in 2000 135 games) 



69.9 in 1975 12,607 in 29 games) 



BB.2 in 1976 12,469 in 28 games) 

B7.1 in 1973 12.B13 in 30 games) 

BB.7 in 1995 12.946 in 34 games) 

65.7 in 1974 12,400 in 28 games) 

Average Scoring Margin 

1B.1 points in 1999 164. 5-66.4) 

16.7 points in 1 974 1B5.7-S9.0) 

15.3 points in 1975 (B9.9-74.B) 

14.1 points in 2002 (85.0-70.9) 

13.9 points in 1976188.2-74.3] 

13.0 points in 2003(79.7-66.7) . 

12.9 points in 1973 (B7.1-74.2) 

Most Points Allowed 

2,605 in 2001 [36 games) 

2,563 in 1990 (33 games] 

2,552 in 2002 (36 games] 

2,514 in 1 995 (34 games) 

Highest Scoring Avg. 
Allowed Per Game 

B4.1 in 19B9 12.1BB in 26 games) 

79.53 in 197B [2,227 in 28 games) 

79.50 in 1993 (2,228 in 28 games) 

Lowest Scoring Average 
Allowed Per Game 

4B.5 in 1 952 (1 , 1 1 6 in 22 games) 

52.5 in 1951 11 ,420 in 27 games) 

54.3 in 1953 [1 ,258 in 23 games) 

Most Field Goals Made 

1,120 in 2001 (36 games) 

1,089 in 1973 130 games) 

1 ,0B3 in 2002 136 games) 

1,049 in 1974 12B games) 

1,044 in 1999134 games) 

1,038 in 1985137 games) 

Most Field Goals Attempted 

2,313 in gQ01 138 games) 
g,g48 in gOQg 136 games) 



3,151 in gQOO 135 games) 



2,108 in 1999 134 games) 



2,094 in 1973 130 games) 



2,080 in 1995 [34 games) 



Field Goal Percentage 

.551 in 1980 1965 of 1,789) 

.547 in 1975 [1,049 of 1,918) 

.539 in 1984(941 of 1,745) 

.537 in 1975(996 of 1,854) 

.532 in 19B1 (943 of 1,774) 

Most Free Throws Made 

697 in 1995 134 games) 

577 in 2002 136 games] 

633 in 1990 133 games) 

622 in 2001 136 games) 

616 in 1997 132 games) 

601 in 1999 134 games) 

Most Free Throws Attempted 

967 in 1995 134 games) 

933 in 2002 135 games) 

904 in 1997132 games) 

B94 in 2001 (3B flames) 

893 in 1990 (33 games! 

858 in 1958 (29 games) 

Free Throw Percentage 

.758 in 1975 1477 of 629) 

.757 in 1975 (509 of 672) 

.751 in 1992 (476 of 634) 

.747 in 1960 (399 of 534) 
.7460 in 1974 1376 of 504) 



3-Point Field Goals Made 

217 in 2002 136 games) 

205 in 2001 136 games] 

204 in 2003 131 games! 



1 95 in 2000 135 games) 



1 95 in 1 988 131 games) 



185 in 1995 130 games) 



1B4in 1999 135 games) 



3-Point Held Goals AH. 

580 in 2002 136 games) 



553 in 2000 135 games) 



544 in 199B 130 games) 



540 in 2001 136 games) 



523 in 2003 131 games) 



508 in 1 995 134 games) 



504 in 1999 134 games) 



3-Point Field Goal Pet. 

.461 in 19B7l122of 290) 



.430 in 19BBH95of451) 



.396 in 1990 1100 of 278) 



.380 in 20D1 1205 of 540) 



.374 in 2002 1217 of 5B0) 



.365 in 1999 (1B4 of 504) 



Most Rebounds 

1,479 in 2002 (36 games) 



1,478 in 2001 (36 games) 



1 ,388 in 1 972 (32 games] 



1 ,368 in 1 974 [28 games) 



1,367 in 1995 (34 games) 



1,361 in 1973 (30 games) 



Average Rebounds Per Game 

49.1 in 1955 11,176 in 24 games) 

46,9 in 1 974 11 ,368 in 28 games) 

46.3 in 1956 11.15B in 24 games) 

45.4 in 1973 11,361 in 30 games) 

45.2 in 1970 11,174 in 26 games) 

Most Assists 

714 in 2002 136 games) 

692 in 2001 138 games) 

574 m 1 999 134 games) 

567 in 2000 135 games) 

641 in 1995134 games) 

602 in 1998 132 games) 

Average Assists Per Game 

19.83 in 2002 (714 in 36 games) 

19.B2 m 1999 1674 in 34 games) 

19.2 in 2001 1692 in 35 games) 

19.1 in 2000 (667 in 35 games) 

18.9 in 1995 (641 in 34 games) 

18.8 in 1998 1602 in 32 games) 

Most Blocked Shots 

235 in 2000 135 games) 

215 in 2004 132 games) 

216 in 2002 136 games) 

213 in 2001 135 games) 

202 in 1999134 games) 

196 in 2003 131 games) 

185 in 1991 128 games) 

1B1 in 1985 137 games) 

Most Steals 

431 m 1999 (34 games) 

355 in 2000 (35 games) 

329 in 1 99B 130 games) 

322 in 2003 131 games) 

322 in gQ01 13B games) 

303 in 1 994 130 games) 

302 in 2002 136 games) 

Most Personal Fouls 

713 m 3001 136 games) 

704 in 1990 (33 games) 

679 in 1 999 (34 games) 



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CC Tournament Titles: /&*/»«, aw 

ACC Regular Season Titles: im, ma, ms, 2002 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETB 



^CHAMRIONI 



TEAM RECORDS • GAME 



Highest Overall Total 
Attendance 

53,406 vs. Indiana on April 1, 2002 INCAA 
Championship at Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Ga.) 

Highest Home Total 
Attendance 

1 7,950 35 times from 2002-04 Comcast Center) 

Most Points Scored 

138 vs. Morgan State [138-73, 12-23-94 

132 vs. North Texas (132-571, 12-23-98 

130 vs. East Carolina 11 30-1 OB), 12-7-77 

12B vs. Canisius 1128-103), 12-23-7B 

127 vs. East Carolina [1S7-B41. 1 1-29-75 

127 vs. Brown [127-821, 12-1-72 

Most Points Scored In A Half 

85 vs. Morgan State, 12-23-94 

Largest Margin of victory 

75 vs. North Texas 1132-57), 12-23-98 

B7 vs. Western Carolina 1113-46), 1 1-14-98 

66 vs. Morgan State [138-721, 12-23-94 

66 vs. Md.-Eastem Shore [1 17-51), 2-27-87 
64 vs. DePauw (1 13-491, 12-12-74 



Largest ACC 
Margin of victory 

40 vs. North Carolina 19B-5B1, 2-22-03 

40 vs. South Carolina 199-591, 3-1 -5B 
4CatClemsonB1-41), 12-4-53 
39 vs. Clemson (91-521, 2-25-03 
33 at Florida State [35-63], 2-27-02 
33 vs. North Carolina (1 12-791, 1-9-02 



Most Points Scored In A Loss 

111 vs. Duke 111 1-1 14), 2-10-90 

100 vs. NC State (100-103), 3-9-74 

Most Points Scored 
By An Opponent 

1 14 at NC State (91-1 14), 2-S7-91 

114 vs. Duke 111 1-1 14), 2-10-90 

110 vs. NC State (124-110), 12-20-78 

108 vs. NC State (109-108), 3-1 -7S 

107 at North Carolina [B7-1071, 2-1-69 

Fewest Points Scored 

28 vs. NC State [2B-40), 3-5-82 

31 vs. South Carolina (31-30), 1-9-71 

36 at West Virginia 136-39), 12-15-51 

37 at NC5tate (37-53), 2-14-59 

38 vs. NC State (3B-52), 2-24-82 

40 at Virginia (40-45), 1-12-82 

40 at Duke (40-36), 1-9-82 

40 vs. Duke (40-49), 2-1 6-51 

Largest Margin of Defeat 

39 vs. Wake Forest (41-80), 2-28-63 

36 vs. North Carolina (66-102), 3-12-93 

35 vs. UCLA [70-1051, 3-18-00 

35 vs. Indiana 164-991, 3-14-B1 

35 vs. North Carolina 170-1051, 1-30-71) 

Fewest Points Scored 
By An Opponent 

25 vs. Washington S Lee 151-251, 2-4-54 

30 vs, South Carolina (31-30), 1-9-71 

31 vs. UMBO (67-31), 12-4-9B 

31 vs. Duke (64-31), 1-7-59 

32 vs. All-Puerto Rico (82-32), 1 1-26-98 

32 vs. Santa Clara (53-32), 12-22-73 

33 vs. Boston College (5B-37), 12-30-73 

33 vs. Richmond (42-33), 2-21-51 

36 vs. UNC Wilmington (74-3B), 12-27-97 

36 at Duke (40-36), 1-9-82 



Most Points Scored 
By Both Teams 

236 vs East Carolina (130-106), 12-7-77 

234 vs. NC State 1124-1 10), 12-20-78 

231 vs. Canisius [128-1031, 12-23-78 

225 vs. Duke 11 11-1 14), 2-10-90 

217 vs. NC State (109-10B), 3-1-7B 

Most Field Goals Made 

55 vs. Canisius, 12-23-7B 

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. Seton Hall, 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 

Fewest Field Goal Attempts 

1B vs. South Carolina, 1-9-71 

Highest Field Goal 
Percentage 

.B33 vs. South Carolina (15-181, 1-9-71 

.739 vs. Wake Forest 134-461, 1-2B-B6 

.732 vs. NC State 130-411, 12-20-BO 

.704 vs. Miami-Ohio (50-711, 12-28-79 

,BB7 vs. Western Carolina 146-691, 1 1-14-98 

.631 vs. UMES (41_-65,\_2- 1 7-B6 

Most Free Throws Made 

41_ <s_Morgan_Scate. 12-23-94 

40 vs. North Carolina, 3-8-5B 

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 

55 vs. Hofstra, 11-29-03 

52 vs. Oklahoma, 1-12-93 
50 vs. Lafayette. 12-23-97 

49". s NC State. 12-30-01 

Fewest Free Throws 
Attempted 

several times [last vs. Georgia Tech, 2-6-931 

Highest Free Throw 
Percentage 

1.000 vs. Holy Cross 119-19), 1-21-85 

.966 vs. Ouke 128-29), 2-7-76 
.962 vs. Virginia 125-26), 1-31-02 
.950 vs. Ouke 119-20), 2-2-80 
.938 vs. North Carolina 115-16), 2-7-95 

.935 vs. Duke 129-31), 1-18-03 

.932 vs. North Carolina 128-31), 1-27-73 

Lowest Free Throw 
Percentage 

.000 vs. Wake Forest 10-1), 2-28-73 



Most 3-Point Field Goals 
Made 

13 vs. North Carolina, 1-9-02 

13 vs. WilliamS Mary, 12-27-01 

12 vs. Clemson (2-25-03) 

12 vs. George Washington [12-8-02] 

12 vs. The Ctodel [11-27-02] 

1 1 vs. Georgia Tech, 1 -3-96 

1 1 vs. American, 1 2-23-95 

1 1 vs. American, 1 2-30-94 

Most 3-Point Field Goals 
Attempted 

31 vs. Clemson, 1-22-00 

Most Rebounds 

74 vs. Penn State, 1 2-2-64 

66 vs. Chicago State, 12-2-96 

67 vs. East Carolina, 12-7-77 

65 vs. Bucknell, 12-22-76 

64 vs. North Texas, 12-23-9B 

Most Assists 

37 vs. Chicago State, 1 2-27-00 

37 vs. North Texas, 12-23-9B 

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-B7 

17 vs. Georgia Tech, 12-10-75 

16 vs. UMES, 12-1-83 

15 vs. Norfolk State, 1-3-02 

14 vs. Tulane, 11-19-99 

14 vs. North Carolina, 2-13-99 
14 vs. South Carolina, 11-14-97 
14 vs. James Madison, 1-2B-B7 




Johnny Rhodes 



Most Steals 

24 vs. Duguesne, 11-30-02 



24 vs. Pittsburgh, 11-2B-9B 



22 vs. UCLA, 11-26-98 



22 vs. UNC Asheville, 12-22-97 



2' at AU-Puertc Rico ' 1-26-98 



20 vs. 6outh Carolina State, 12-27-98 

Most Personal Fouls 

44 vs. William S Mary, 2-16-52 

Fewest Personal Fouls 

7v5. Buffalo, 1-25-72 

Most Overtime Periods 

3 vs. Clemson on Feb. 1B, 1984 (W, 66-65) 
3 vs. Rhode Island on March 7, 1979 [W, 67-651 




3 vs. NC State on March 1 , 1 97B [W, 1 09-1 OB) 
3 vs. NC State on Feb 15, 1958 (L, 69-64) 



3 vs, Memphis State on Dec 30, 1957 IL, 47-46) 




Derrick Lewis 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 



TRADITION 



11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



-v Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



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LARGEST MARGINS 



Largest Margin of Victory 



Rk. 


Marg. 


Opponent 


Score 


1. 


-75 


North Texas [12-23-98) 


132-57 


2. 


+67 


Western Carolina (1 1 -14-98) 


1 1 3-4B 


3. 


+BB 


Morqan State 11 2-23-94) 


138-72 




+BB 


Md.-Eastem Shore (2-27-87) 


117-51 


5. 


+64 


DePauw 112-12-74) 


1 1 3-49 


B. 


+B3 


Delaware State (1-17-96) 


118-55 


7. 


+62 


Chicaqo State (1 2-27-00) 


117-55 


a. 


+B0 


Colqate (12-8-94) 


1 1 3-53 


9. 


+59 


Fairleiqh Dickinson (11-22-99) 


104-45 


10. 


+58 


UNC-Asheville (12-22-97) 


110-52 


11. 


+57 


DePauw (12-3-75) 


99-42 


12. 


+55 


Md.-Eastem Shore (11-26-91) 


115-60 


13. 


+53 


Towson State (2-21-85) 


91-38 




+52 


Md.-Eastem Shore (12-30-00) 


105-53 


15. 


+52 


Coastal Carolina (1-2-00) 


100-48 




+52 


Md. -Baltimore Countv (2-22-90) 


113-61 


17. 


+51 


Cornell (11-27-93) 


92-41 


18. 


+50 


Hampton (1 -8-03) 


108-58 




+50 


Duquesne (11-30-03) 


89-39 




+50 


at AU Puerto Rico (1 1-2B-9B) 


82-32 





+50 


Chicaqo State (12-2-96) 


94-44 




+50 


Md.-Eastem Shore (2-25-88) 


101-51 


23. 


+49 


Md.-Eastem Shore (1-08-04) 


87-3B 




+49 


Eastern Kentucky (1 2-5-73) 


108-57 


25. 


+48 


The Citadel (1 1 -27-03) 


97-49 




+48 


Stony Brook (12-B-00) 


107-59 


27. 


+47 


Florida International (1 1 -25-97) 


117-70 




*47 


Towson State (12-12-94) 


120-73 


29. 


+48 


Appalachian State (1-2-75) 


9B-50 


30. 


+45 


Brown (11-29-72) 


127-82 


31. 


+44 


Norfolk State (12-23-00) 


123-79 




+44 


Md.-Eastem Shore (12-1-88) 


97-53 


33. 


+43 


Johns Hopkins (11-26-83) 


108-65 




+43 


East Carolina (11-29-75) 


127-84 


35. 


+41 


UMBC (12-23-02) 


101-60 




+41 


Lafayette (1 2-23-96) 


108-67 


37. 


+40 


North Carolina (2-22-03) 


96-5B 




+40 


Howard (1-2-93) 


109-69 




+40 


Morqan State (12-26-92) 


103-63 




+40 


Boston University (12-8-75) 


122-82 




+40 


South Carolina (3-1 -58) 


99-59 




+40 


at Clemson (1 2-4-53) 


81-41 



Largest Margin of Defeat 



Rk. 


Marg, 


Opponent 


Score 


1. 


-83 


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 Virqinia (12-1 4-4B) 


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-B5 


9. 


-36 


vs. North Carolina (3-12-93) 


66-102 


10. 


-35 


vs. UCLA (3-18-00) 


70-105 




-35 


vs. Indiana (3-14-81) 


64-99 




-35 


at North Carolina (1-30-71) 


70-105 



OVERTIME GAMES 



All-Time In OT: 41-45 


By Site 


By Decades 




Home: 19-17 


1950s: 6-11 




Cole Field House: 17-16 


19BDs:7-10 




Comcast Center: 1 -0 


1970s: 10-6 




Away: 17-15 


1980s: 10-5 




Neutral Sites: 7-14 


1990s: 6-8 




By Tournament 


2000s: 3-6 




ACC Tournament: 5-6 
NCAA Tournament: 1-0 


Overtime games are incomplete prior to 1953. 



□ate 


□T Opponent 




Result 


March 14, 2004 


vs. Duke 10 


W 


95-B7 


Dec. 12,2003 


at Florida 


W 


B9-BB 


Dec. 7, 2003 


vs. West Virqinia ' 7 


L 


7^-78 


Dec. 2. 2003 


Wisconsin ,B 


W 


^8-87 


March 9, 2003 


at Virqinia 


L 


7B-B0 


Dec. 3, 2002 


vs. Indiana 1B 


L 


74-80 


Jan. 27, 2001 


Duke 


L 


95-98 


Nov. 29, 2000 


vs. Wisconsin 15 


L 


75-78 


March 4, 2000 


at Virqinia 


L 


87-89 


Dec. 7, 1999 


Winthrop 


W 


7B-B5 


Jan. 24, 1999 


at Clemson 


W 


B1-79 


March 7, 1 998 


vs. North Carolina 5 


L 


73-B3 


Jan. 14, 1998 


North Carolina 


W 


B9-83 


Dec. 4, 1997 


at Clemson 


L 


B5-7B 


Nov. 14, 1997 


vs. South Carolina M 


L 


72-76 


Dec. 30, 199B 


vs. Georqia " 


L 


B5-73 


Jan. 20, 199B 


NC State 


W 


77-74 


Jan. 6, 199B 


North Carolina 


L 


BB-BB 


March 11, 1995 


vs. North Carolina 5 


L 


92-97 


Nov. 2B. 1993 


at Georqetown ,3 


W 


84-B3 


Jan. 18, 1992 


Florida State 


L 


83-91 


March 2, 1991 


at Virqinia 


W 


78-74 


Feb. 10, 1990 


Duke 


L 


111-114 


Jan. 17, 19B9 


Virginia 


L 


5B-64 


Feb. 20, 19BB 


at North Carolina 


W 


77-72 


March 15, 19B5 


vs. Miami-OH ,2 


W 


B9-6B 


Jan. 14, 1985 


Duke 


W 


7B-7B 


Dec. 25, 19B4 


vs. Iowa " 


W 


7B-6B 



□ate 


OT 


Opponent 




Result 


Feb. 18, 19B4 


30T 


at Clemson 


W 


BB-B5 


Feb. B, 1984 


20T at Wake Forest ,D 


L 


87-90 


Feb. 4, 19B4 


20T 


at Georqia Tech 


L 


70-71 


March 11, 19B3 




vs. Georqia Tech 9 


L 


5B-B4 


Dec. 23, 1982 


20T U( 


W 


80-79 


Feb. 27, 1982 




Virqinia 


W 


47-46 


Jan. 12, 1982 




at Virqinia 


L 


40-45 


Jan. 27, 1981 




at Pittsburgh 


W 


69-66 


Jan. 17, 1981 




Clemson 


W 


6B-B2 


Feb. 2B, 19B0 




vs. Georqia Tech 5 


W 


51-49 


March 7, 1979 


30T Rhode Island a 


W 


67-65 


Jan. 10, 1979 


20T 


at NC State 


W 


B2-B1 


Dec. 29, 1978 




St. Joseph's 7 


W 


62-56 


March 1, 197B 


30T 


vs. NC State 5 


W 


109-108 


Feb. 1B, 1978 




at Pittsburqh 


L 


86-89 


Feb. 5, 1977 




at Duke 


W 


65-64 


Jan. B, 1977 




Wake Forest 


L 


85-B6 


Nov. 27, 1976 




Notre Dame 


L 


79-B0 


March 4, 1976 




vs. Duke B 


W 


BO-78 


Jan. 25. 197B 




at North Carolina 


L 


93-95 


March 9, 1974 




vs. NC State 5 


L 


100-103 


March 1. 1972 




Wake Forest 


W 


B4-5B 


Feb. 1B, 1972 




North Carolina 


w 


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, 19B8 


20T at Clemson 


L 


93-94 


Dec. 22, 1967 




vs. Southern Illinois ' 


L 


72-73 


Jan. 14, 19B7 




Duke 


L 


69-72 


Jan. 11, 1967 




at West Virqinia 


W 


B2-B1 


Feb. 7, 19BB 




at Wake Forest 


w 


88-78 


Jan. 15, 19B6 




at NC State 


L 


58-60 


Jan. 14, 19B5 




at Wake Forest 


W 


93-85 


Jan. 8, 1965 


20T Clemson 


w 


67-65 


Dec. 19, 19B4 




Kansas 


L 


61-63 


Dec. 12, 19B4 




West Virqinia 


L 


73-80 


Jan. B, 19B4 




South Carolina 


L 


89-73 


Dec. 11, 19B2 




NC State 


L 


74-76 


Dec. 12, 19B1 




NC State 


L 


68-73 



Date 


OT Opponent 




Result 


Dec. 6, 1961 


20T 


Georgetown 


L 


78-79 


Feb. 25, 1981 




Clemson 


W 


B2-B0 


Feb. 26, 1960 


2DT 


Clemson 


W 


66-59 


Feb. 20, 1980 




Georqe Washinqton 


w 


8B-B4 


Feb. 10, 1959 




Georqe Washinqton 


L 


65-66 


Dec. 15, 195B 




at Kentucky 


L 


5B-5B 


March 7, 1958 




vs. Duke 2 


W 


71-B5 


Feb. 15, 195B 


30T at NC State 


L 


64-69 


Dec. 30, 1957 


30T 


vs. Memphis State 3 


L 


4B-47 


Feb. 5, 1957 


20T North Carolina 


L 


61-B5 


Jan. 21, 1956 




at Georqetown 


W 


62-57 


March 3, 1955 




vs. Virqinia 2 


L 


67-68 


Feb. 25, 1955 


20T 


at Georqetown 


W 


57-49 


Dec. 10, 1954 




Wake Forest 


L 


5B-B2 


March 5, 1954 




vs. Wake Forest 2 


L 


56-64 


Feb. 13, 1954 




at Navy 


W 


61-60 


Jan. 9, 1954 




at Georqetown 


L 


56-5B 


March B, 1953 




vs. Wake Forest ' 


L 


59-61 


Feb. 3, 1953 


20T 


at G. Washinqton 


L 


B2-63 


Jan. 8, '953 




at Richmond 


W 


B3-B0 


Feb. 19, 1951 




Clemson 


W 


54-50 


Feb. 20, 1932 




at Duke 


w 


20-18 


Feb. 1 927 




Virqinia 


w 


29-2B 



1-So. Conf. Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. [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 (Memorial Gymnasium); 5-ACC Tournament 
at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 6-ACC Tournament at 
Landover, Md. [Capital Centre); 7-Maryiand Invitational at College Park, 
Md. (Cole Field House); 8-National Invitation Tournament at College Park, 
Md. (Cole Field House); 9- ACC Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. (Omni); 10- 
at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 11-Rainbow Classic at 
Honolulu, Hawaii (Blaisdell Center); 12-NCAA Tournament at Dayton, 
Ohio (Dayton Arena); 13-at Landover, Md. (Capital Centre); 14-Biack 
Coaches Assoc. Classic at Minneapolis, Minn. (Target CenterJ; 15-ACC/ 
Big Ten Challenge at Milwaukee, Wise. (Bradley Center); 16-ACOBig 
Ten Challenge at Indianapolis, Ind. . (Conseco Fieldhouse); 1 7-SSST Classic 
(MCI Center); IB-ACC/Big Ten Challenge at College Park, Md. (Comcast 
Center) 



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ICC Tournament Titles: -/«& -ian-m- 
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100-POINT GAMES 



Maryland's 100- 
Point Gaines 

Total 100 Point Games; 100 

Most in a Season: 

S [1974-75; 1973-74) 

Most Consecutive 100-Point Games: 

415000-01] 

2002-03 (2) 

10B-5B Hampton, 1-B-03 

101-60 UMBO, 12-23-02 

2001-02 (3) 

112-92 Virginia, 3-3-02 

1 1 2-79 North Carolina, 1 -9-02 
1 03-75 William S Mary, 1 2-27-01 

2000-01 (6) 

102-B7 Virginia, 3-3-01 

104-92 at Clemson, 1-2-01 

105-53 UMES, 12-30-00 

117-55 Chicago State, 12-27-00 

123-79 Norfolk State, 12-23-00 

107-59 Stony Brook, 1 2-6-00 



1992-93 (3) 

109-69 Howard, 1-2-93 

103-63 Morgan State, 12-26-92 
103-80 UMBC, 12-1-92 



1991-92 (2) 

101-91 West Virginia, 12-7-91 
115-60 UMES 11-26-91 

1990-91 (1) 

104-100 NC State, 1-26-91 

1909-90 (5) 

113-61 UMBC, 2-22-90 
111-114 Duke(OT1, 2-10-90 
110-91 Alcorn State, 1 2-30-B9 



111-88 Long Island, 1-3-76 

104-B9 Seton Hall, 12-29-75 

122-B2 Boston U„ 12-B-75 

1 27-B4 East Carolina, 1 1 -29-75 

1974-75 (0) 

104-87 E, Tennessee, 3-1-75 

1 03-82 at Duguesne, 2-23-75 

104-80 at Duke, 2-B-75 

103-85 NC State, 1-16-75 

105-67 Georgia Tech, 12-27-74 

113-49 DePauw, 12-12-74 

104-71 vs. Georgetown, 12-10-74 

106-81 Richmond, 11-1 8-74 



1973-74 (0) 

100-103 vs. NC State (OT), 3-9-74 



104-86 vs. George Mason 12-22-89 105 . 8 5 vs . North Caro | inai 3.8.74 
105-74 Augusta College, 1 1 -27-89 



1999-00 (2) 

100-4B Coastal Carolina, 



-2-00 



1907-00 (1) 

101-51 Md.-Eastern Shore, 2-25-BB 

1900-07 (1) 

117-51 Md.-Eastern Shore, 2-27-B7 

1903-04 (3) 

102-77 vs. West Virginia, 3-17-84 
104-45 Fairleigh Dickinson, 11-22-99 104-69 Md.-Eastern Shore, 12-14-83 

10B-65 Johns Hopkins, 11 -26-83 

1902-03 (2) 

101-90 at Duke, 2-21 -B3 

106-94 North Carolina, 2-1 6-B3 

1900-01 (2) 

114-B9 Marshall, 12-29-BQ 

1 09-83 Fairleigh Dickinson ,12-1 0-BQ 

1979-00 (3) 

101-82 Duke, 2-2-BO 

115-76 Miami-QH, 12-2B-79 
113-79 Catholic, 12-10-79 



1990-99 (4) 

107-87 Florida State, 1-27-99 

104-70 So. Carolina State, 12-27-98 

132-57 North Texas, 12-23-9B 

113-46 Western Carolina, 11-1 4-9B 



1997-90 (4) 

1 1 0-52 UNC Asheville , 1 2-22-97 

104-66 UMBC, 12-13-97 

1 1 7-70 Fla. International, 1 1 -25-97 

102-74 Mt. St. Mary's, 11-22-97 

1990-97 (2) 

103-73 vs. Pennsylvania, 1-21-97 
108-67 Lafayette, 12-23-96 

1995-90 (3) 

11B-55 Delaware State, 1-17-96 
104-66 Md.-Eastern Shore, 12-28-95 
104-79 American, 12-23-95 

1994-95 (5) 

1 38-72 Morga n State, 1 2-23-94 
120-73 Towson, 12-12-94 



113-53 Colgate, 12-8-94 
102-77 UMBC, 12-5-94 
102-64 Bucknell, 12-3-94 

1993-94 (2) 

102-70 NC State, 1-22-94 
109-71 vs. Towson, 12-23-93 



1970-79 (3) 

128-103 Canisius, 12-23-7B 

124-110 NC State, 12-20-7B 
107-97 Bucknell, 11-24-7B 

1977-70 (2) 

109-108 vs. NC State GOT], 3-1-78 
130-106 East Carolina, 12-7-77 

1970-77(1) 

106-72 Bucknell, 12-22-76 

1975-70 (7) 

105-91 Wake Forest, 2-25-76 

102-91 Duke, 2-7-76 

102-84 NC State, 1-28-76 



110-75 Virginia, 3-2-74 

104-83 Duke, 2-2-74 

112-73 Fordham, 1-17-84 

102-75 Holy Cross, 12-29-73 

115-83 Georgetown, 12-11-73 



1990-99 (1) 

91-103 at Kentucky, 12-12-98 

1997-90 (1) 

72-104 vs. Duke, 1-3-9B 

1995-90 (1) 

78-100 at Florida State, 2-10-96 

1994-95 (2) 

91 -1 00 at Georgia Tech, 2-4-95 
90-100 at North Carolina, 1-7-95 

1992-93 (3) 

86-102 vs. North Carolina, 3-13-93 
85-105 at Florida State, 1-13-93 
73-101 at North Carolina, 1 -9-93 

1990-91 (5) 

91-114 at NC State, 2-27-91 
81-101 at Duke, 2-9-91 
104-100 NC State, 1-26-91 



106-57 Eastern Kentucky, 12-5-73 73 . 1D5 at NoPth Carolina, 1-9-91 



1972-73 (4) 

100-73 Long Island, 1-23-73 

105-76 Wake Forest, 1-22-73 

107-80 at Canisius, 12-9-72 

127-82 Brown, 11-29-72 

1971-72 (5) 

100-69 Niagara, 3-25-72 

103-67 Western Kentucky, 1 2-29-71 

1 02-79 at Holy Cross, 1 2-22-71 

1 1 7-96 at G. Washington, 1 2-4-71 

100-83 at Brown, 12-1-71 

1970-71 (2) 

111-77 Miami, 12-29-70 

109-70 Buffalo, 12-5-70 

1009-70 (1) 

103-B5 Clemson, 2-23-70 

1005-00 (2) 

107-92 West Virginia, 2-12-66 
107-81 at G. Washington, 1-27-66 

1959-00 (1) 

103-80 Yale, 1-4-60 

Opponents' 100- 
Point Games 

Total 100-Point Games: 31 

Most in a Season: 5 (1990-911 
Most Consecutive 100-Point Games: 

2(1992-93; 1978-79; 1977-78; 1969- 
701 



1999-00 (1) 

70-105 vs. UCLA, 3-1B-0D 



85-100 vs. Boston College, 12-3-90 

1909-90 (2) 

84-104 vs. Duke, 3-9-90 

111-114 Duke(OT), 2-10-90 

1907-00 (1) 

82-104 at Georgia Tech, 2-17-88 

1970-79 (3) 

79-102 vs. North Carolina. 3-2-79 
12B-103 Canisus, 12-23-7B 
124-110 NC State, 12-20-78 

1977-70 (3) 

109-108 vs. NC State (30T1, 3-1 -7B 
90-101 at G. Washington, 12-10-77 
130-106 East Carolina, 12-7-77 



1973-74 (1) 

100-103 vs. NC State (DTI, 3-9-74 

1972-73 (I) 

89-103 vs. Providence, 3-17-73 

1970-71 (2) 

76-100 Nor th Ca rolina, 2-17-71 
70-105 at North Carolina, 1-30-71 



1909-70 (2) 

68-101 South Carolina, 12-15-69 
87- 1 04 Wake Forest, 1 2- 1 3-69 



1900-09 (1) 

B7- 1 07 at North Carolina, 2- 1 -69 

1903-04(1) 

72-104 Duke, 2-8-64 



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TRADITION 



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11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



, ~ Seven Sweet ISixteens Since 1994 




-BY-YEAR STATS 



YEAR 


GP 


/-TOTAL-/ 
FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


/-3PT-/ 
FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


FTM-FTA 


.PCT 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


OFF 
REBS 


DEF 
REBS 


TOTAL 
REBS-AVG 


TOTAL 
PTS-AVG 


1950-51 


27 


481-1210 


.398 


_ 


_ 


450-663 


.679 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1412-52.3 


1951-52 


stats not available 
























1245-59.0 


1952-53 


23 


487-1285 


.379 


_ 


_ 


432-698 


.617 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1406-61.1 


1 953-54 


30 


712-1661 


.429 


_ 


_ 


532-787 


.648 




_ 


_ 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1959-65.3 


1954-55 


£4 


563-1417 


.398 


_ 


_ 


447-682 


.657 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1178-49.0 


1573-65.5 


1 955-56 


24 


550-1382 


.398 


_ 


_ 


500-744 


672 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1158-48.3 


1600-68.7 


1 956-57 


26 


597-1414 


.422 


_ 


_ 


486-679 


.716 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


911-35.0 


1880-64.6 


1 957-58 


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 


1748-89.9 


1962-63 


21 


506-1272 


.398 


_ 


— 


337-496 


.679 


_ 


_ 


_ 


332-na 


_ 


_ 


888-42.3 


1349-64.2 


1 963-64 


26 


714-1634 


.437 


_ 


_ 


397-572 


.694 


_ 


_ 


_ 


512-16 


_ 


_ 


1058-40.7 


1825-70.2 


1 964-65 


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 


1 967-68 


24 


653-1678 


.389 


_ 


_ 


346-519 


.667 


_ 


_ 


_ 


457-21 


_ 


_ 


1058-44.1 


1652-68.8 


1 968-69 


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 


1979-78.1 


1970-71 


26 


735-1650 


.448 


_ 


_ 


480-715 


.671 


302 


_ 


_ 


442-13 


_ 


_ 


1106-42.5 


1950-75.0 


1971-72 


32 


929-1877 


.495 


_ 


_ 


586-786 


.746 


443 


_ 


_ 


490-10 


_ 


_ 


1154-44.4 


2444-76.4 


1 972-73 


30 


1089-2094 


.520 


_ 


_ 


435-606 


.718 


557 


_ 


_ 


547-17 


_ 


_ 


1361-45.4 


2613-87.1 


1 973-74 


28 


1012-1983 


.510 


_ 


_ 


376-504 


.746 


450 


_ 


_ 


492-10 


_ 


_ 


1368-48.9 


2400-85.7 


1 974-75 


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 


1 976-77 


27 


850-1645 


.516 


_ 


_ 


415-566 


.733 


310 


155 


163 


500-20 


_ 


_ 


1059-40.2 


2115-78.3 


1 977-78 


28 


935-1829 


.509 


_ 


_ 


433-599 


.722 


336 


142 


148 


577-20 


_ 


_ 


1188-38.8 


2303-82.1 


1 978-79 


27 


954-1897 


.503 


_ 


_ 


430-600 


.717 


415 


126 


195 


589-18 


_ 


_ 


1154-42.4 


2338-77.9 


1979-80 


30 


985-1789 


.551 


_ 


_ 


511-706 


.724 


558 


114 


233 


569-12 


_ 


_ 


1089-38.5 


2481-80.0 


1980-81 


31 


943-1774 


.532 


_ 


_ 


467-649 


.720 


503 


93 


201 


596-17 


_ 


_ 


1095-35.1 


2353-75.9 


1981-82 


29 


651-1359 


.479 


_ 


_ 


476-634 


.751 


307 


78 


126 


530-15 


_ 


_ 


878-35.3 


1778-81.3 


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 


103B-2065 


.503 


_ 


_ 


526-708 


.743 


575 


181 


206 


639-14 


_ 


_ 


1184-33.7 


2602-70.3 


1985-86 


33 


911-1786 


.510 


_ 


_ 


500-686 


.729 


465 


135 


159 


549-9 


_ 


_ 


1030-32.0 


2322-70.4 


1986-87 


26 


674-1344 


.501 


122-290 


.461 


395-553 


.714 


423 


143 


130 


474-15 


200 


524 


769-31.2 


1865-71.7 


1 987-88 


31 


874-1633 


.504 


195-451 


.430 


407-606 


.672 


536 


140 


177 


537-12 


303 


583 


957-29.6 


2350-75.8 


1 988-89 


29 


760-1651 


.460 


88-31 1 


.283 


398-587 


.672 


427 


125 


159 


529-15 


309 


615 


1002-30.9 


2006-69.2 


1 989-90 


33 


1002-2073 


.483 


110-27B 


.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 


648-1880 


.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 


1 993-94 


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 


841 


168 


302 


632-15 


476 


804 


1367-40.2 


2946-86.7 


1 995-96 


30 


860-1917 


.449 


1 85-544 


.340 


535-783 


.683 


529 


88 


329 


652-15 


405 


664 


1158-38.8 


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 


2873-84.5 


1999-00 


35 


1001-2151 


.465 


195-553 


.353 


486-710 


.685 


667 


235 


355 


637-13 


418 


820 


1354-38.7 


2683-76.7 


2000-01 


36 


1120-2313 


.484 


205-540 


.380 


622-894 


.696 


692 


213 


322 


713-10 


543 


935 


1478-41.1 


3087-85.2 


2001-02 


36 


1083-2248 


.482 


217-580 


.374 


677-933 


.726 


714 


216 


302 


640-B 


473 


1006 


1479-41.1 


3080-85.0 


2002-03 


31 


901-1940 


.464 


204-523 


.390 


466-654 


.713 


573 


198 


322 


588-6 


409 


832 


1241-40.0 


2472-79.7 


2003-04 


32 


891-2021 


.441 


1 65-490 


.337 


530-840 


.631 


451 


215 


274 


631-21 


501 


821 


1322-41.3 


2477-77.4 



[1341 







llfOUT: 2001, 2002 

CC Tournament Titles:w5»,/M;2(»M 

ACC Regular Season Titles: wis, ism 1395,2002 




OPP. YEAR-BY-YEAR STATS 







/-TOTAL-/ 




/-3PTW 
















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 


_ 


_ 


_ 


594-888 


.668 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1672-55.7 


1954-55 


stats not available 
























1486-61.9 


1955-56 


24 


509-1470 


.346 


_ 


_ 


537-733 


.732 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


977-40.7 


1555-64.8 


1956-57 


26 


553-1414 


.391 


_ 


_ 


484-729 


.661 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


940-36.2 


1590-61.5 


1957-58 


29 


583-1687 


.352 


_ 


_ 


497-735 


.676 


_ 


_ 


_ 


— 


_ 


_ 


1031-35.6 


1671-57.6 


1958-59 


23 


444-1201 


.369 


_ 


_ 


40B-584 


.697 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


814-35.4 


1296-57.6 


1959-60 


23 


529-1331 


.397 


_ 


_ 


343-490 


.700 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


795-34.6 


1407-56.3 


1960-61 


26 


642-1676 


.384 


_ 


_ 


473-679 


.697 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1119-43.0 


1757-61.2 


1961-62 


25 


700-1669 


.419 


_ 


_ 


405-679 


.649 


_ 


_ 


_ 


489- 


_ 


_ 


1115-44.6 


1805-67.6 


1962-63 


21 


614-1336 


.460 


_ 


_ 


276-624 


.697 


_ 


_ 


_ 


336- 


_ 


_ 


879-41 .9 


1504-71.6 


1963-64 


26 


736-1618 


.455 


_ 


_ 


509-396 


.692 


— 


— 


— 


462-14 


_ 


— 


1145-44.0 


1964-75.5 


1964-65 


26 


686-1655 


.415 


_ 


_ 


417-735 


.714 


— 


_ 


_ 


490-23 


_ 


_ 


1021-30.3 


1789-68.8 


1965-66 


25 


649-1603 


.405 


_ 


_ 


415-584 


.706 


— 


— 


— 


454-11 


_ 


_ 


1029-41.2 


1711-68.4 


1966-67 


25 


644-1380 


.467 


_ 


— 


340-588 


.714 


_ 


_ 


_ 


393-7 


_ 


_ 


928-37.1 


1628-65.1 


1967-68 


24 


670-1533 


.437 


_ 


_ 


434-476 


.701 


_ 


_ 


_ 


419-12 


_ 


_ 


1188-49.0 


1744-73.9 


1968-69 


26 


858-1846 


.465 


_ 


_ 


472-619 


.725 


_ 


_ 


_ 


488-18 


_ 


_ 


1225-47.1 


2188-84.1 


1969-70 


26 


762-1695 


.449 


_ 


_ 


421-651 


.680 


_ 


_ 


_ 


472-13 


_ 


_ 


1082-41.6 


1 945-74.7 


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 


926-1952 


.474 


_ 


_ 


374-534 


.700 


476 


83 


231 


662-31 


— 


_ 


1000-32.3 


2226-71 .8 


1980-81 


31 


879-1860 


.473 


_ 


_ 


406-582 


.698 


454 


76 


254 


613-27 


_ 


_ 


954-30.8 


2164-69.8 


1981-82 


31 


666-1424 


.468 


_ 


_ 


372-54B 


.679 


326 


80 


150 


581-30 


_ 


_ 


802-27.7 


1704-58.8 


1982-83 


29 


808-1783 


.453 






425-634 


.670 


385 


78 


144 


655-22 


_ 


_ 


1022-34.1 


2141-71.4 


1983-84 


30 


889-1922 


.462 





_ 


373-537 


.694 


465 


66 


170 


644-32 


_ 


_ 


996-31.1 


2151-67.2 


1984-85 


32 


981-2136 


.459 


_ 


_ 


440-637 


.691 


510 


84 


192 


681-26 


_ 


_ 


1222-33.0 


2404-65.0 


1 985-86 


33 


873-1820 


,480 


_ 


_ 


420-575 


.730 


457 


78 


187 


639-16 


_ 


_ 


1017-30.0 


2166-65.6 


1986-87 


26 


728-1521 


.479 


113-245 


.561 


336-491 


.684 


425 


61 


193 


497-12 


298 


520 


871-33.5 


1905-73.3 


1987-88 


31 


840-1744 


.482 


126-318 


.396 


421-589 


.715 


488 


60 


203 


567- 


347 


599 


1010-32.6 


2227-71 .8 


1988-89 


29 


798-1722 


.463 


1 25-339 


.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 


566-81 1 


.693 


535 


103 


238 


692-25 


466 


676 


1244-37.7 


2563-77.7 


1990-91 


28 


817-1827 


.447 


161-465 


.346 


427-631 


.677 


475 


128 


179 


595-18 


384 


645 


1114-39.8 


2222-79.4 


1991-92 


29 


829-1763 


.470 


164-440 


.373 


467-729 


.641 


460 


152 


165 


612-18 


378 


656 


1130-39.0 


2289-78.9 


1992-93 


28 


813-1812 


.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 


64^ 


1142-33.6 


2514-73.9 


1995-96 


30 


780-1730 


,451 


1 95-537 


.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 


39S 


721 


1209-37.8 


2306-72.1 


1998-99 


34 


772-1991 


.388 


213-703 


.303 


502-763 


.658 


447 


104 


2^9 


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 


23B6-68.2 


2000-01 


36 


888-2196 


.404 


242-705 


.343 


587-B29 


.708 


444 


1 44 


262 


738-10 


507 


792 


1299-36.1 


2605-72.4 


2001-02 


36 


920-2304 


.399 


227-717 


.317 


485-712 


.681 


489 


128 


256 


741-15 


50S 


S3S 


1347-37.4 


2552-70.9 


2002-03 


31 


704-1864 


.378 


208-646 


.322 


453-647 


.700 


399 


135 


217 


591-0 


430 


_ 26 


1156-37.3 


2069-66.7 


2003-04 


32 


774-1910 


.405 


228-623 


.366 


532-739 


.720 


409 


141 


247 


696-26 


420 


Sl3 


1233-38.5 


2308-72.1 
































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2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 



TRADITION 



I f 



11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



, «s Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



ALL-TIME RESULTS 



Game-by-game results for every Maryland bas- 
ketball season since 1910-11. Maryland was 
known as Maryland Agricultural College un&l 19)5, 
and as Maryland State College from 1916-1919. 
Maryland's conference affiliations: Atlantic Coast 
Conference since 1953-54; and the Soutfiem Con- 
ference from 1923-24 to 1952-53. 

An all-college basketball team was formed in 
1904-05, and played just two games. Due to a 
fire in 1913 which burnt the armory and college 
gymnasium, the team that was fielded in 1913- 
14 did not have a regular home, practiced only 
three times all season and lost 16 games. An- 
other team was not fielded until 1918-19. 

In 1918-19, Maryland State participated in the 
District Intercollegiate Basketball League, in which 
all games were played at the Washington YMCA. 
Another season would not be conducted until 
Maryland opened its new facility at The Gymna- 
sium, inside Annapolis Hall, in 1923-24. it is con- 
sidered to be the school's first "varsity" team. 

Home games wene played at The Gymnasium 
from 1923-24 to 1930-31. Home games were 
played at Ritchie Coliseum from 1 931 -32 to 1 954- 
55. Home games from 1955-56 through 2001- 
02 were played at Cole Field House. Beginning m 
2002-03, Maryland moved to Comcast Center. 

Maryland and opponent Associated Press 
rankings are in brackets - AP polls began in 7 948- 
49. From 1960-61 to 1967-68, the Associated 
Press ranked only the nation's top 10 teams. 

• - Indicates conference games. 

1904-05 

Record: 0-2 





Washinqton YMCA 


L 




Carroll Institute 


L 


Wo teams from 1S05>06 through 


1309-10 


1910-11 

Record: - H: 2-3 A: 1-6 


JB 


New York Universrtv 


L 7-25 


J11 


at Gallaudet 


L 30-58 




at Staunton Military 


L 24-5B 




at Washinqton £ Lee 


L 17-4B 


J2B 


atVMI 


W 17-14 


J31 


Washinqton £ Lee 


i. 2-4-23 




at Delaware 


L 14-23 




Gallaudet 


L 27-54 




at Georqetown 


L 25-31 




Mount St. Joseph's 


(V 22-2D 




Catholic 


W 35-3D 




at Widener College 


L 19-50 



No teams in 1911-18 en) 1912-13 



1913-14 

Record! 0-1B Hi 0-5 A: 0-11 




J1D 


Mount St. Joseph's 


L 


J14 


at Cat": c 


L 


J17 


at Mount St. Joseph's 


L 


J21 


at Gallaudet 


L 15-79 


J23 


at St. John's [Annapolis 


L 10-48 


J24 


at Loyola (Md.] 


L 


J2B 


at Georgetown 


L 


J31 


Catholic 


L 


F3 


at Washinqton £ Lee 


L B-63 


F4 


atVMI 


L 3-44 


F7 


at St. John's [Annapolis 


L 15-3B 


F11 


Georqe Washinqton 


L 


F14 


Gallaudet 


L 


F21 


Baltimore City Colleqe 


L 


F2B 


at Widener Colleqe 


L 


M4 


a: Delaware 


L 



No teams from 1914-15 through 1916-17 

1910-19 

Record: 1-5 H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 1-5 



J1B Gallaudet' 


W 27-2B 


J25 Catholic ' 


L 7-25 


F1 Georqe Washinqton ' 


L 11-25 


F15 Gallaudet 1 


L 9-33 


M3 Catholic ' 


L 12-14 


MB Georqe Washinqton ' 


L 20-53 


1 -at Washinqton YMCA 



H. Burton Shipley 



24 Seasons 
1923-24 to 
1946-47 
Rec: 243-199 
Con!.: 124-91 



1923-24 

Record: 5-7 H: 3-B A; 1-0 N: 



No teams from 1919-20 to 1922-23 



SC: 1-2 


11th place 






Georqe Washinqton 


W41-22 




Gallaudet 


W 42-2B 




Catholic 


L 13-30 


F5 


» No. Carolina 


L 20-26 




• Virginia 


L 13-2B 


F9 


at Richmond 


W 24-22 




Catholic 


L 14-20 




Georqe Washington 


L 19-20 




• Washinqton £ Lee 


W 22-21 




VMI 


L 12-21 




VMI' 


W 34-19 


F29 


Georgia ' 


L 25-29 


i -SoCon Tournament 3: 4t ; a-ta. Ga 


1924-25 

Record: 12-5 H: 7-2 A: 4-2 N: 


1-1 


SC: 3-1 


4th place 






• Virginia 


W24-1B 




at Columbia 


W 24-23 




at Stevens Institute 


W21-19 




at Navy 


L 16-23 




Lafayette 


W 30-15 




at Catholic 


W 18-14 




Stevens Institute 


W 21-17 


J31 


• No. Carolina 


L 16-21 




Gallaudet 


W 25-14 




Washinqton Colleqe 


L 16-27 




at Princeton 


L 24-3B 




City Colleqe of NV 


W 22-16 




» South Carolina 


W 3B-22 




' at Virginia 


W 36-25 


F2B 


Alabama ' 


.', 27-21 


F27 


NC State ' 


L 1B-30 




Catholic 


W 27-17 


1 -SoCon Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. 


1925-20 

Record: 14-3 H: 10-1 A: 4-1 N 


0-1 


SC: 7-1 


4th place 






» Washinqton S Lee 


A 40-27 




a". \a.. 


W21-12 


J12 


Richmond 


W 30-14 




• at VMI 


W 30-21 




■ at Washinqton £ Lee 


A ::-:.: 




' at Virginia Tech 


W 19-17 




» at Virginia 


L 28-34 


F9 


• No. Carolina 


W 23-22 




West Virginia 


W 25-15 




Duke 


W41-20 




• Virginia 


W 30-21 




Princeton 


W 32-2B 




Gallaudet 


W 40-1 3 




Washinqton Colleqe 


W 30-26 




Stevens Institute 


L 24-27 




• Virginia Tech 


W 30-14 


F2B 


Mississippi ' 


L 19-22 


1 -SoCon Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. 


1920-27 

Record: 10-10 H: 7-2 A: 3-7 N:D-1 


SC: 6-4, 9th place 




at American 


L 16-21 




• Washinqton £ Lee 


'N 44-32 


J4 


at Michigan 


L 25-39 




• at Virginia 


L '7-22 




at Navy 


L 30-32 




Washington Colleqe 


L IB-22 




' Georgia 


A 34.;; 




Gallaudet 


A 39-26 




Stevens Institute 


W27-1B 


F7 


• No. Carolina 


a :=-:;: 


FB 


» No, Carolina 


L 23-3= 


F9 


at Pennsylvania 


W2B-21 




■ at Washington £ Lee 


L 32-34 




• at "Ml 


W 32-1 5 





• Virginia IOT) 


W 29-28 




• at NC State 


L 23-3B 




at Washington Colleqe 


L 1B-21 




Western Maryland 


W 32-25 


F19 


* at No. Carolina 


/ 23 1 9 


F25 


Georgia ' 


L 22-27 


1 -SoCon Tournament at At/anta, Ga. 


1927-20 

Record: 14-4 H:11-0 A: 3-4 


SC: B-1 


, 3rd place (tie) 




D19 


• Washinqton £ Lee 


W 38-24 


J12 


• at Virginia Tech 


W 29-20 


J13 


• at Washinqton £ Lee 


vV 31-2B 


J14 


• at VMI 


W 23-9 


J1B 


Gallaudet 


.'. 45-2C 


J19 


' Kentucky 


W 37-7 


J20 


at Johns Hopkins 


_ 20-22 


J25 


St, John's [Annapolis) 


W 25-22 


J27 


' Virginia 


W 26-20 


J3D 


Stevens Institute 


W 31-24 


F4 


at Navy 


L 26-35 


F8 


at Pennsylvania 


L 2B-30 


F1D 


• NC State 


W 36-24 


F13 


• at Virginia 


L 1 2-34 


F17 


Washington College 


,\ 22-2: 


F21 


Johns Hopkins 


W 23-19 


F23 


• v -: - a Tec- 


W 30-10 


F24 


Western Maryland 


A 30-29 


1920-29 

Record: 7-9 H: 3-5 A: 4-3 N: 0-1 


SC: 2-5, 21 st place 


D2D 


Wll'iam £ Mary 


W 30-20 


D22 


at Pennsylvania 


L 18-30 


J9 


Randolph Macon 


L 20-33 


J15 


• at Virginia 


W 30-22 


J1B 


Johns Hookins 


L 23-25 


J2B 


St. John's (Annapolis) 


W20-1B 


F1 


• Virginia 


L 22-25 


F2 


• Washinqton £ Lee 


L 22-47 


F4 


• at Virginia Tech 


L 29-39 


F5 


• at VMI 


W 30-27 


F6 


• at Washinqton £ Lee 


L IS 42 


F8 


• No. Carolina 


L 22-2= 


F13 


at Navy 


W 30-27 


F15 


Western Maryland 


W 32-17 


F23 


a: Johns Hopk 'a 


'9-5 


M1 


Mississippi ' 


L 35-37 


1 -SoCon Tournament at At/anta, Ga. 


1929-30 

Record: 16-6 H:10-3 A: 6-2 Ni 0-1 


SC:9-5, 10th place 


D13 


William £ Mary 


W 27-23 


J9 


•Duke 


L 27-2B 


J11 


Catholic 


W 37-30 


J14 


• Virginia 


,'. 54-2C 


J17 


Johns Hopkins 


W 41-24 


J22 


at Navy 


W 43-39 


J25 


• Virginia Tech 


W 44-27 


F1 


• NC State 


L 25-25 


F3 


• Washington £ Lee 


L 25-29 


FB 


Western Maryland 


W 37-18 


F8 


• No. Carolina 


W 3B-33 


F11 


• at Virginia Tech 


>l 34-23 


F12 


• at VMI 


W 44-25 


F13 


• at Washinqton £ Lee 


L21-3B 


F15 


• Virginia 


W51-29 


F18 


• at NC State 


A 21 -19 


F19 


• at No. Carolina 


'« 0M-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 


F2B 


Kentucky ' 


L 21-26 


1 -SoCon Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. 


1930-31 

Record: 18-4 H: 10-2 A: 4-2 N: 4-0 


SC: B-1 


2nd place, SoCon Tournament Champion 


J7 


Gallaudet 


W 3B-29 


jg 


• at VMI 


W35-1B 


J10 


• at Washinqton & 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 33-16 


F2 


• at Virqinia 


L 31-34 


F3 


• Washinqton £ Lee 


'»i 23 7 


FB 


at Catholic 


W 24-21 


F10 


• No. Carolina 


W 33-31 


F11 


Washinqton Colleqe 


L 32-33 


F13 


• Virqinia 


W 34-21 


F14 


Western Maryland 


W 45-35 


F17 


5t. John's (Annapolis) 


W 32-27 


F21 


at Navy 


L 33-36 


F25 


Johns Hopkins 


W 31-22 


F27 


Louisiana State 1 


W 37-33 


F2B 


No. Carolina ' 


W 19-17 


M2 


Georqia ' 


W 26-25 


M3 


Kentucky 1 


W 29-27 


1 -SoCon Tournament at At/anta, Ga. 


1931-32 

Record: 1B-4 H: 11-1 A: 5-2 N 


: 0-1 


SC: 9-1 


SoCon Reqular Season Co-Champion 


D30 


at Wisconsin 


L 30-32 


J11 


Loyola (Md.) 


L 27-28 


J15 


• at Washington £ Lee 


W 42-38 


J1B 


• at VMI 


W 43-28 


J2D 


Navy 


W2B-15 


J21 


• at virqinia 


A 36-31 


J23 


at Johns Hopkins 


A 33 53 


J2E 


• VMI 


W 3B-20 


J30 


• Virginia Tech 


W51-16 


F3 


Catholic 


W 39-34 


F6 


• No. Carolina 


W 2B-25 


F10 


Washington Colleqe 


W3B-16 


F12 


Western Maryland 


A L5--'!i 


F13 


• Virqinia 


W 46-18 


F15 


• Washinqton £ Lee 


W 49-19 


F17 


St. John's [Annapolis) 


W 24-20 


F19 


• at Nc Carolina 


L 26-32 


F20 


• at Duke IOT) 


W 20-18 


F23 


Johns Hopkins 


W 38-24 


F26 


Florida ' 


L24 39 


1 -SoCon Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. 


1932-33 

Record: 11-9 H: 10-2 A: 1-6 Ni 0-1 


SC; 7-3 


3rd place 




D23 


Wisconsin 


L 13-22 


J7 


• at Virginia Tech 


W 40 20 


J12 


•Duke 


W 30-28 


J13 


• at VMI 


L 29-30 


J14 


• at Washinqton £ Lee 


L 40-43 


J1B 


at Johns Hopkins 


L 27-37 


J21 


• Virqinia Tech 


W 37-21 


J25 


at Catholic 


L 27-29 


J28 


at Navy 


L21-59 


J31 


' at Virginia . 


L 19-26 


F3 


• No. Carolina 


W 42-29 


F4 


Georqia 


L 35 40 


F8 


Washinqton Colleqe 


W 35-27 


F9 


• Virqinia 


W 37-28 


F11 


• Washington £ Lee 


A 4fi-fa 


F14 


• VMI 


W 45-29 


F16 


St. John's (Annapolis) 


W 34-22 


F18 


Western Mar/land 


W 37-32 


F22 


Johns Hopkins 


W 35-31 


F24 


South Carolina ' 


L 28-65 


1-SoCon Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. (Memo- 
rial Auditorium) 


1933-34 

Record; 11-8 Hi 9-4 A: 2-3 Ni 


3-1 


SC: 6-1 


3rd place 




D18 


Michiqan 


W 29-25 


D30 


Indiana 


L i 7 30 


J5 


at West Virqinia 


L 24-26 


J11 


•Duke 


W 37-33 


J13 


• at Virqinia Tech 


W 29-24 


J20 


• Vrginia Tech 


W 34-32 


J24 


a: Johns Hopkins 


i :::s 


J2B 


• at Vrginia 


W 43-20 


J3D 


• No, Carolina 


L 24-28 


F2 


Catholic 


W 33-25 


F3 


at Navy 


L 27-46 


FB 


• virqinia 


W 28-25 


F9 


Richmond 


i. 33-44 


F10 


Western Ma^/land 


W 49-33 


F13 


• VMI 


W 36-27 


F15 


St. John's (Annapolis) 


L 32-37 


F17 


Washington Colleqe 


W 44.33 



F21 


Johns Hopkins 


W 32-19 


M1 


Washinqton £ Lee 1 


L 37-45 


1 -SoCon Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. (Memo- 
rial Auditorium] 


1934-35 

Record: 8-10 Hi 6-8 A: 2-2 


SCi 4-3, 5th place 


D2D 


Indiana 


L 29-30 


D29 


Ohio State 


W 50-41 


J2 


West Virqinia 


[ 29-39 


J4 


• South Carolina 


W 35-21 


J8 


• VMI 


W 39-24 


J11 


■ Duke 


L 39-4B 


J16 


Washinqton Colleqe 


W 43-27 


J1B 


• No. Carolina 


L 31-39 


J30 


at Navy 


L 3B-43 


F2 


• Virginia 


W 44-24 


F9 


Richmond 


L 26-56 


F12 


at Catholic 


L 29-45 


F16 


• Washinqton £ Lee 


L 29-33 


F2D 


• at Virqinia 


W 33-32 


F2B 


at Johns Hopkins 


W41-35 


M2 


St John's [Annapolis! 


L 17-24 


MB 


Johns Hopkins 


W 52-25 


M11 


Georgetown 


L 24-25 


1935-36 

Record! 14-6 H: 9-3 Ai 4-2 Ni 


1-1 


SC: 4-3 


4th place 




J7 


•VMI 


W 44-29 


J10 


• at Washinqton £ Lee 


L 27-30 


J11 


• at VMI 


W 53-32 


J15 


at Navy 


W 32-20 


J1B 


Richmond 


W 28-24 


J21 


Batamore City Colleqe 


W 55-33 


J23 


Washinqton Colleqe 


W 46-34 


J25 


• No. Carolina 


L32 44 


J30 


William £ Mary 


W 41-39 


F1 


•Duke 


W3B-34 


F6 


• Vrqinia 


W 40-34 


F1D 


at West Virqinia 


L 25-51 


F11 


• Washinqton £ Lee 


L 54-55 


F12 


St. John's (Annapolis) 


W 40-2B 


F15 


Catholic 


L 29-40 


F18 


at Washington Colleqe 


W 5B-30 


F19 


Johns Hopkins 


W 45-40 


F21 


at Georqetown 


W 47-39 


M5 


Dj'S 


W 47-35 


M6 


Washington £ Lee 1 


L 32-38 


1 -SoCon Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. (Memo- 
rial Auditorium] 


1930-37 

Record: 8-12 H: 74 A: 1-7 N: 

B, 10th place [tie! 


0-1 SC: 5- 


D17 


• at Richmond 


L 40-51 


JB 


Johns Hopkins 


W 54-31 


J8 


• at Washinqton £ Lee 


L 27-51 


J9 


• at VMI 


W 48-2B 


J14 


Western Maryland 


W 48-36 


J1B 


•Duke 


L 31-34 


J2D 


Washinqton Colleqe 


W 41-20 


J23 


• Virqinia 


W 37-23 


J2B 


• at NC State 


L 33-35 


J29 


• at No. Carolina 


L 24-41 


J30 


• at Duke 


L 30-34 


F3 


at Navy 


L 37-53 


FB 


• Na Carolina 


L 35-44 


F9 


• William £ Mary 


W 41-29 


F13 


•VMI 


W 45-28 


F1B 


• Washinqton £ Lee 


L 35-41 


F23 


:-aa'ae;:.\- 


L 27-39 


F23 


at St. John's (Annapolis) L 37-39 


F24 


• NC State 


W41-35 


M4 


at NC State ' 


L 35-42 


1-SoCon Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. (Memo- 
rial Auditorium] 


1937-33 

Record: 15-9 H: 10-3 A: 4-5 N 


„ 


SC: 6-4 


7th place 




D1B 


• Richmond 


L 26-31 


D17 


Michiqan 


L 26-43 


J4 


at Baltimore City Colleqe W 50-32 


J5 


Randolph Macon 


W 43-27 


J7 


• at Washinqton £ Lee 


L 29-31 


JB 


• at VMI 


W 42-27 




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2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




J12 


at Georgetown 


L 39-57 


J15 


■ Duke 


W 40-35 


J27 


5: V rg r a 


W 39-23 


J2B 


• at No. Carolina 


L 24-43 


J29 


• at Duke 


L 3- -4 


J31 


» Virqina Tech 


.'. 42-35 


F2 


at Navy 


L 34-37 


F3 


Ns.v York U r .=-33, 


L 27-42 


F5 


' Washington £ Lee 


W 3B-32 


F10 


• William £ Mary 


W 45-3B 


F11 


■ VMI 


W 43-33 


F12 


Catholic 


W 49-33 


F16 


at Washington Colleqe 


:. 43-42 


PIS 


Dickinson Colleqe 


W 57-27 


F21 


Johns Hopkins 


W 56-30 


F23 


St. John's (Annapolis) 


W 38-29 


M4 


The Citadel ' 


W4543 


M5 


Duke' 


L 32-35 


1-SoCon Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. (Memo- 
rial Auditorium] 


1938-39 

Record: 15-9 H: 9-2 A: 4-6 N:2-1 


SC: B-3, 2nd place (tie). 
SoCon Tournament Finalist 


013 


• at Richmond 


.34. 33 


D15 


• I=ts:- 


.-'. 45-35 


D1B 


• Oavidson 


W 44-27 


J4 


a: Pennsylvania 


L 24-3B 


J7 


at Army 


. 35-43 


J11 


33 N3.7 


L 37-47 


J13 


• Duke 


W 37-34 


J14 


Hampden-Sydney 


' 34-35 


J20 


• No. Carolina 


•' 34-33 


J2B 


V rqinia 


W 31-21 


F2 


1 a: Duke 


W 60-44 


F3 


• at No. Carolina 


W B6-41 


F4 


■ a: NC State 


L 40-46 


FB 


Georgetown 


L 25-39 


F11 


» Washington £ Lee 


W 39-37 


F14 


» Wil"am £ Men/ 


L 49-57 


F15 


at St John's LA--333 : .'. -5-22 


F1B 


• VMI 


W 53-35 


F2Q 


at Cathoic 


W 40-3B 


F22 


at Geo. Washmqton 


L 24-37 


=24 


Washmqton College 


W 47-37 


M2 


F 3*3-333 


W 47-32 


MS 


at NC State 


W 53-29 


M4 


Clemson ' 


L 27-39 


1 -SoCon Tournament at Raleigh. N.C. Memo- 
rial Auditorium] 


193940 

Record: '4-3 H: 9-2 A: 4-B N: 


1-1 


SC: 7-5. 53h c'ate 




□12 


Western Maryland 


W 43-32 


D14 


Randolph Macon 


• 47-16 


J1 


' Clemson 


vV 33-25 


J3 


at Pennsylvania 


L34-4! 


J4 


at Rutgers 


W 5 : -39 


J5 


at Rhode Island 


L 53-53 


J9 


•Duke 


W 32-23 


J13 


• Richmond 


W 35- i 3 


317 


at Georgetown 


W 28-27 


J19 


• Virqinia Tech 


W 49-41 


J20 


• Washmqton E Lee 


L 25-44 


J2B 


• at NC State 


W 43-36 


J27 


* at Clemson 


L 30-4B 


J29 


• at South Carolina 


L 30-33 


J30 


• at Duke 


L37-4B 


F3 


Johns Hopkins 


W 49-36 


F7 


• at VMI 


W 60-33 


FB 


• at Washmqton S Lee 


L 19-39 


F17 


Catholic 


W 4B-31 


F20 


• VMI 


W 27-25 


F22 


George Weshingtor 


L 26-44 


F2B 


Washinqton E Lee ' 


W 43-30 


M1 


Duke ' 


L 32-44 


1 -Southern Conference ToufYiament at Raleigh, 
N.C. (Memorial Auditorium) 


1940-41 

Record: 1-21 H: 1-10 A: 0-11 


SC:0-13, 1 5th clace 


014 


• Richmond 


L 3S-4B 


D17 


at Johns Hopkins 


L 24-38 


D19 


• Oemson 


L 34-48 


JS 


at Pennsylvania 


L 32-43 


J11 


• Dul e 


L 28-40 


J14 


• at Washinqton S Lee 


L 41-59 


J15 


• a; VMI 


L 30-84 


J17 


at Georgetown 


L 34-51 


J24 


1 f*i: C3-3 33 


L 35-55 


J31 


• at Richmond 


L -33 



F1 


• at Duke 


L 17-43 


F3 


• at No. Carolina 


L 29-44 


F5 


at Navy 


L 27-52 


F6 


at Virginia 


L 1B-47 


FB 


• Washinqton £ Lee 


L 15-42 


F10 


at Geo. Washinqton 


L 28-61 


F14 


• William S Mary 


L 43-53 


F15 


Connecticut 


L 43-52 


F18 


■ VMI 


L 27-41 


F19 


Rutqers 


L 45-50 


F21 


• Virginia Tech 


L 39-48 


F22 


Washington College 


W 28-18 


1941-42 

Record: 7-15 H: 4-5 A: 3-10 


SC: 3-E 


12th place (tie) 




D13 


• a: Richmond 


'■» 4 23 


D1B 


• at William E Mary 


L 34-33 


D19 


at West Virqinia 


L 36-63 


D30 


3: Seton Has 


L 15-55 


D31 


at City College of NY 


L 40-57 


J2 


at St. John's 


L 46-64 


JS 


at Virqinia 


35-34 


J10 


• at Duke 


L 33-37 


J1B 


Washington Colleqe 


W 28-25 


J21 


at Georgetown 


W 51-42 


J24 


• George Washington 


L2947 


J29 


Virqinia 


W 3B-2B 


F2 


•at VMI 


L 41-48 


F3 


• at Washinqton £ Lee 


L 44-52 


F7 


• Washinqton £ Lee 


L 28-30 


F11 


at Navy 


L 47-81 


F13 


• William £ Mary 


W 42-32 


F14 


West Virqinia 


L 27-41 


F1B 


at Army 


L 32-44 


F20 


• No. Carolina 


L 30-34 


F25 


•Duke 


L 4B-B4 


F27 


• VMI 


W 39-38 


194243 

Record: B-B H: 5-3 A: 3-5 


SC: 5-5 


9th place 




D1D 


• Richmond 


W 32-28 


J1 


• No. Carolina 


W 47-40 


J9 


Virqinia 


W 53-49 


J13 


at Pennsylvania 


L 49-51 


J15 


• at Washinqton £ Lee 


L 40-50 


J16 


• at VMI 


L 34-35 


J23 


• at Geo. Washinqton 


L 43-48 


J30 


at Navy 


W 63-54 


FB 


at Armv 


L 40-44 


F12 


•Duke 


L4346 


F13 


• Washington £ Lee 


W 55-35 


F15 


at Virginia 


W 56-42 


F1B 


• at No. Carolina 


W 40-31 


F22 


Georgetown 


L 3B-4S 


F22 


■ William £ Mary 


W51-3S 


F23 


• VMI 


L 35-3S 


1943-44 

Record: 4-14 H: 3-6 A: 1-7 N:0-1 


SC:2-' 


4th place 




□ 11 


Q1.3-3 33 Marines 


L 33-59 


D17 


M3'3"3 


L 3S-4E 


02' 


Bambndqe Navy 


L 22-52 


j3 


5: V -■: " 3 


L 20-52 


J15 


• VMI 


A- 43 35 


J22 


Hampden-Sydney 


L43-5' 


J24 


at Bambndqe Navy 


L 25-73 


J26 


Fort Belvoir 


L 23-53 


J29 


Catholic 


■■:, 33-3' 


F5 


Virqinia 


L 23-43 


FB 


at Catholic 


L 33-53 


F9 


Woodrow Gen. Hospita 


W 48-28 


F12 


* at Richmond 


L 34-65 


F1B 


at Woodrow Gen. HospitalL 25-35 


F19 


• at VMI 


'.V 3 ' -23 


F24 


at NC State ' 


L 22-42 


F26 


at Navy 


L 35-63 


M1 


at Army 


L 22-35 


1-SoCon Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. (Memo- 
rial Auditorium) 


1944-45 

Record: 2-14 H: 1-5 A: 1-B N:0-1 


SC: 2-5, 9th place 


D21 


Gallaudet 


L 2B-27 


J5 


• at No. Carolina 


L2B-53 


J6 


• at Duke 


L 24-51 


JB 


• at NC State 


L 32-48 


JiO 


at Navy 


L 33-70 


J13 


• VMI 


W 4B-2B 


J18 


Marine Corps Institute 


L 34-50 


J23 


• NC State 


L 42-57 



J27 


Hampden-Sydney 


L 42-43 


F3 


at Virqinia 


L 26-57 


F5 


• at VMI 


L 27-35 


F10 


Virqinia 


L 33-61 


F17 


• at William £ Mary 


W 53-46 


F22 


□uke ' 


L 49-76 


F27 


at U.5. Merchant MarinesL41 -54 


F28 


at Army 


L 34-54 


1-SoCon Tournament at Raleigh. N.C. (Memo- 
rial Auditorium] 


1945-46 

Record: 9-12 H: B-4 A: 1-7 N: 


0-1 


SC:54 


5th place 




D18 


Marine Corps Institute 


W 61-48 


322 


Marsha 


L 43-50 


321 


Quantico Marines 


L 47-50 


J4 


• 5: Duke 


L 25-59 


J5 


• at NC State 


W 47-39 


J7 


• at No. Carolina 


L 28-64 


J16 


at Navy 


1 ::5-44 


J19 


• NC State 


v\ 37 35 


J23 


at Virqinia 


L 45-»3 


J25 


•Duke 


W 43-38 


J2B 


Hampden-Sydney 


W 35-32 


F2 


• George Washinqton 


W 46-35 


FB 


• No. Carolina 


L 31-33 


F9 


Virqinia 


W 37-36 


F14 


U.S. Merchant Marines W 43-39 


F1B 


• Richmond 


W 37-31 


F20 


• at William E Mary 


L 36-42 


F23 


West Virqinia 


L 33-35 


F2B 


at U.S. Merchant MarinesL31-48 


F27 


at Army 


L 25-52 


M1 


No. Carolina ' 


L 27-54 


1 -Southern Conference Tournament at Raleigh, 
N.C. [Memorial Auditorium] 


1946-47 

Record: 14-10 H: 9-3 A: 5-6 N: 0-1 


SC: 9-5, 5th place 


□14 


at West Virqinia 


L 43-81 


□17 


.'.'33:3- Man, 3-3 


W 49-39 


□1B 


Johns Hopkins 


W 41-36 


J3 


at Quantico Marines 


W 62-48 


J4 


• at No. Carolina 


L 42-58 


JB 


• Richmond 


L 39-41 


J1D 


1 Gs3ri33 Washinqton 


W 44-43 


J1B 


• 33 Washinqton S L33 


W 65-60 


J17 


• at Virqinia Tech 


W 57-49 


J1B 


• 33 VMI 


'.'.' 5 '-53 


J22 


53 \33, 


.2-55 


J24 


• No. Carolina 


W 61-57 


J31 


• Washinqton £ Lee 


W 59-50 


F4 


Georgetown 


W 55-49 


F10 


• 233-C5 .'.'53 h "333" 


L 48-63 


F15 


• at Richmond 


L 49-68 


F17 


• Virqinia Tech 


W 55-42 


F18 


•Duke 


L 38-40 


F19 


at U.S. Merchant Marines L 47-73 


F24 


at Army 


W 57-54 


F2B 


• The Citadel 


W 52-40 


M1 


• VMI 


W 53-45 


M12 


at Pennsylvania 


L 54-80 


M13 


NC 33333 


L 43-55 


1-SoCon Tournament at Durham 
Indoor Stadium) 


N.C. (Duke 



Flucie Stewart 



Lkjfl 



3 Seasons 
1947-48 lo 
1949-50 
Rec: 27-48 
Conf.: 22-27 



1947-48 

Record: 11-14 H: 6-4 A: 5-9 N: 



0-1 



SC: 9-7, 4th place 


D11 


at Western Maryland 


.'. 53-53 


012 


Loyola (Md.) 


L 52-53 


01B 


• Davidson 


W 59-58 


017 


* at Washinqton S Lee 


L 64-70 


01B 


• 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 


at Gec r gstO'.v 


L 40-52 


J10 


• 2 emson 


.V 43-42 


J12 


at Vrq-a 


L 44-64 


J14 


3: Navy 


L 47-51 



J16 


• South Carolina 


W 68-54 


J17 


•VMI 


W 53-48 


J21 


at Army 


L44-4B 


F7 


• Washinqton £ Lee 


W B4-3B 


F11 


• at Geo. Washington 


L 49-85 


F13 


• No. Carolina 


-4"5' 


F1B 


'. -c - 3 


-53-53 


F19 


• Richmond 


W 6D-53 


F21 


• at 5outh Carolina 


W 54-53 


F23 


• at Clemson 


W 63-61 


F26 


• at Richmond 


L 62-84 


'.'' 


• Georqe Washington 


L 35-59 


M4 


Davidson ' 


L 51-58 


1-SoCon Tournament at Durham, N.C. (Duke 
Indoor Stadium) 


1948-49 

Record: 9-1B H: 4-5 A: 5-11 N: 0-2 


SC: B-7. 7th place 


□4 


at Temple 


L 49-67 


□9 


• Virqinia Tech 


W 60-51 


□11 


at Loyola (Md.) 


L 75-77 


□ 13 


• Richmond 


L 45-54 


□16 


Virqinia 


L 47-53 


□18 


• 2 emson 


W 74-50 


J3 


• 33 Nc Care "5 


_-"35 


J4 


• Davidson ' 


L 49-52 


J7 


at Virqinia 


L 43-79 


J10 


at Georgetown 


L 51-53 


J12 


at Pennsylvania 


L B7-81 


J22 


at Navy 


L 46-52 


J2B 


• Georqe Washinqtc 


n L 54-88 


J2B 


at Miami-OH 


W 43-42 


J29 


at Miami-OH 


L 48-58 


F2 


at Cincinnati a 


L 33-70 


=4 


• at VMI 


W 53-45 


F5 


• at Washinqton G Lee W 88-60 


FB 


• South Carolina 


W 79-49 


F11 


• No. Carolina 


L 52-88 


F17 


Georqetown 


L 52-58 


= '3 


• at South Carolina 


W 57-58 


F20 


• at Clemson 


.43 33 


=24 


• at Richmond 


W 66-51 


=25 


• at Geo. Washinqton L 42-61 


F28 


• VMI 


.'. "3-55 


M3 


No. Carolina 3 


L 61-73 


1 -at Charlottesville, Va. (Memorial GymnesRimJ; 
2-at Qndnnatj, Ohio [Music HalD; 3-SoCon Tour- 
nament at Durham, N.C. [Duke fndoor Stadium] 


1949-50 

Record: 7-1B H: 6-6 A: 1-12 
13th place 


SC: 5-13. 


33 


• at Virqinia Tech 


L 57-63 


35 


5: T3--33333 


L 40-61 


05 


53 virqinia 


-35-55 


3'3 


• Washinqton £ Lee W 65-46 


□14 


at Pennsylvania 


L 52-54 


□16 


• Clemson 


L 55-60 


□17 


atNaw 


L 62-75 


□19 


Ohio Weslevan 


L 71-75 


J2 


• 53 No Carolina 


L 53-55 


J3 


• at Duke 


L 4B-5B 


J7 


3: Gs3rqetc.'.^ 


W71-B5 


J10 


1 .'. 3" 3 '.'3", 


L 52-5B 


J12 


' 33 - 3"~3"3 


L 49-59 


J14 


• Georqe Washinqton L 51 -72 


J21 


■ at William S Mary 


L 56-64 


F1 


• VMI 


W 65-53 


F3 


' \3 35-3-3 


L 56-69 


F6 


• =- v.; 


L 61-62 


F10 


•Duke 


W 67-57 


F13 


• South Carolina 


L 56-51 


F14 


■..,.- . ,. 5 


W 70-52 


F18 


• Davidson 


W 64-61 


F21 


• Richmond 


W 67-48 


F24 


• at South Carolina 


L 44-59 


F25 


• at Clemson 


L 68-70 



Bud Millikan 

17 Seasons 
1950-51 to 
196647 
Rec: 243-182 
Conf.: 130-109 




1950-51 

Record: 16-11 H: 10-3 A:5-7 N: 1-1 
SC: 11-8, 8th piece 



D1 



V-3- 5 



.'.32 5- 



DS 


at Pennsylvania L 65-74 


D11 


• WiamSMary W48-41 


D13 


at Virginia W 48-43 


□ 18 


• Washington £ Lee W 52-43 


□19 


Rutqers W 51-45 


J2 


• at No. Carolina W 67-59 


J6 


• at Richmond W 4B42 


J1D 


atNavy .47 5' 


J13 


Georqetown W 58-47 


-'15 


• Virqinia Tech L 57-66 


J20 


• No. Carolina W 56-55 


F1 


• at Davidsdn W 57-55 


F2 


• at South Carolina L 43-70 


F3 


' at Clemson L 44-50 


F7 


' at Washnqtun E Lee L 65-83 


=3 


• at VMI W4641 


F12 


• South Carolina W 47-37 


F14 


• West Virqina L 64-70 


F16 


•2-- 3 L 40-49 


F17 


• at William £ Mar; L 50-55 


F19 


• Clemson (DT) W 54-50 


F21 


• Richmond W 42-33 


F23 


• at Geo. Washington L 47-B7 


F24 


• VMI W 65-46 


M1 


Clemson ' W 50-48 


M2 IB] 


at NC State ' L 45-54 


7-SoCon Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds 
Coliseum) 


1951-52 

Record: 13-9 H: 8-1 A: 5-7 N: 0-1 


SC: 9-5, 6th 


place (tie) 


32 


at Virqinia W 59-42 


35 


■ Washington £ Lee W 71-51 


08 


53 : a-33', .3-3 ,52-53 


□ 12 


• .V 3-- S Ma-, '.', 34-53 


D15 


• at West Virginia L 38-39 


CIS 


■ 33 VMI W 57-39 


□ 19 


'33 .'.33- -qton £ Lee W 51-43 


j3 


• at No. Carolina L 47-51 


J5 


at Navy W 48-45 


J7 


Virqina W 63-53 


J10 


Georqetown W 55-40 


J12 


at Rutgers L 55-81 


J18 


• No. Carolina W 71-51 


F9 


• VMI W 6446 


F14 


• Richmond W 55-45 


F16 


• at William £ Mary L 66-71 


F1B 


•at Duke L 51-56 


F21 


at Georqetown L 61-71 


F27 


• at Richmond W 54-50 


F29 


• Georqe Washinqton L 56-57 


M1 


• Davidson .'. " ' 43 


MB 1121 


Duke' l43-5' 


1-SoCon Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds 
Coliseum) 


1952-53 

Record: 15-8 H: 8-2 A: 6-5 N: 1-1 


SC: 12-3. 2nd place (tie) 


D2 


Virqinia W 71-61 


D4 


• William £ Mary W 64-61 


D6 


at Pennsylvania L 53-70 


D13 


• West Virginia W 52-45 


D17 


• at VMI W 54-37 


D1B 


•at Washinqton S Lee W 58-40 


J3 


• at No. Carolina L 49-59 


J5 


at Virginia .'. 53 56 


JB 


• at Richmond I0T1 W 63-60 


J'D 


Georqetown L 45-54 


J12 


• Virginia Tech W 65-46 


J17 


• No. Carolina W BB-BB 


F3 


• ;-; .'.=3- -3-3- 2:- . =;=; 


FB 


• at Virginia Tech W 70-56 


=3 


• Rchmond L 45-49 


F 12 


• VMI IN 67-41 


F14 


• Washington £ Lee A 5" 55 


F17 


• at William £ Mary W 79-57 


F19 


at Georqetown L 45.43 


F21 


at Ns-.\ L 47-51 


=24 


• :-:-. .'.33- -3i. .. 63 :-: 


'.'5 


Duke ' ■:. "465 


ME 


1 nt : rest ii'- L5H-B 


1 -SoCon Tournament et Rategh. N.C. (Hsynotfe 
Do eeunl / 


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Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



1953-54 

Record; 23-7 H: 9-2 A: 11-4 N: 3-1 



ACC: 7-2, 2nd place 


Postseason: AP No. 20 


03 




» at South Carolina 


W 53-49 


D4 




• at Clemson 


W 81-41 


05 




• at Wake Forest 


L 54-71 


DB 




at William £ Many 


.'. E3 -54 


D14 




at West Virqinia 


L71-B7 


D17 




Virqinia Tech 


W 60-52 


D1B 




» South Carolina 


W 79-4B 


D30 




Arizona State ' 


W 65-50 


D31 




Evansville ' 


W 66-56 


J2 




at Kentucky Westeyan' W 54-37 


J4 




at Richmond 


W 72-64 


J5 




• Virqinia 


A 70-64 


JB 




• Clemson 


-. ^3 5- 


J9 




at Georgetown (OT 


L 56-58 


J11 




Richmond 


L 71-73 


J15 


[7] 


Georqe Washinqtor 


W BB-B1 


J1B 




» at Virqinia 


W 70-56 


J30 [131 




at Tampa 


W61-51 


F'l [131 




at Miami 


A EE-5^ 


F4 [131 




at Washinqton fi LeeW 51 -25 


F5 [131 




at Virqinia Tech 


54 - 


F11 [111 




Washinqton S Lee 


W 76-43 


F13 [111116] 


at Navy [OT] 


W 61-60 


F15 [11] 




' .'.-■ J Z \ -::'. 


W 74-53 


F16 [1111141 


•Duke 


L 61-68 


F18 [111 




Georgetown 


* [i3-50 


F23 [11] 


8' 


at Geo. Washinqtor 


L 57-70 


=25 [1 II 




William S Mary 


W 74-55 


M4 [171 




Clemson E 


W 75-59 


M5 [171 




Wake Forest (OT) 2 


L 56-64 


1 -All-American City Tournament at fjwensboro, 
Ky.; 2-ACC Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. 
(Reynolds Coliseum) 


1954-55 

Record: 17-7 


H: 7-2 A: 7-4 N: 3-1 


ACC: 10-4, 3rd place 


DJ 




Georgetown 


W 60-43 


D7 [171 


•Duke 


W 49-47 


D10 [171 


• Wake Forest (OT) 


L 58-62 


014 




• at Virqinia 


W 72-69 


017 




• at Duke 


L 61-68 


01 B 




• at No. Carolina 


W 70-60 


D27 




Texas Tech ' 


W 58-54 


026 




Rhode Island ' 


W 83-66 


030 




Cincinnati ' 


W 78-61 


J4 [111 




• South Carolina 


W 68-51 


J6 [11] 




• Virqinia 


W 78-65 


JB [11] 




• at Clemson 


iN 7 1 -63 


J10 [111 




• at South Carolina 


W 68-52 


J13 [111 


:z 


• NC State 


W 68-64 


J1B 161 


;s: 


at Geo. Washinqton 


L 53-75 


J29 [8] 




at Navy 


W 60-54 


F5 [121 




at William & Mary 


W 67-62 


F8 [111 


:b: 


Georqe Washinqton 


L 67-73 


F12 [111 




• No. Carolina 


W 63-61 


F15 [111 




• Clemson 


W 68-66 


F19 [111 


[71 


• at NC State 


L 58-73 


F21 [111 




• at Wake Forest 


L 71-75 


F25 [171 




at Georgetown [20TJW 57-49 


M3 I1B1 




Virqinia [OT] 2 


L B7-68 


1 -All-American City Tournament at Cwensbora, 
Ky.; 2-ACC Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. 
[Reynolds Coliseum! 


1955-56 

Record: 14-10 H: 9-5 A: 5-4 N: 0-1 


ACC: 7-7, 5tr 


place 




D2 




• Virqinia 


W B7 55 


D8 




William £ Mary 


»»' 52 51 


D10 




• Wake Forest 


W 61-51 


D15 [121 


Kentucky 


L61-B2 


D17 [111 


• No. Carolina 


L 62-66 


D29 MSI 


Michiqan State ' 


L 75-95 


030 




St. Francis 1 


W 75-66 


J4 




• South Carolina 


W 76-57 


J5 


[7] 


Georqe Washinqtor 


W 62-48 


J7 




• at Clemson 


W 71-63 


J9 




• at South Carolina 


W 59-53 


J12 


[3] 


• NC State 


L 64-73 


J14 


[61 


• at Duke 


L 62-76 


J16 


[91 


• at No. Carolina 


L 55-64 


J21 




at Georgetown (OT) W 62-57 


F4 




Navy 


W 80-61 


F7 


:ai 


•Duke 


L 70-82 


F11 


19: 


at Geo. Washinqtor 


W 67-46 


F14 




• Clemson 


-•■'81-69 


F1B 


5! 


• at NC State 


A 71-62 


F20 




• at Wake Forest 


L £075 



F23 


• at Virqinia 


L 60-73 


F25 


Georgetown 


W 72-61 


M1 [11J 


Duke 2 


L 6S-94 


1 -Mid-Winter Festival at College Park, Md. (Cole 
Field HouseJ; 2-ACC Tournament at Raleigh, 
N.C. (Reynolds ColiseumJ 


1956-57 

Record: 16-10 H: 8-2 A: 5-6 N: 3-2 


ACC: 9-5, 2nd place 


D1 


• at Virqinia 


W 67-63 


D6 


Fordham 


L B2-68 


D10 


• Wake Forest 


W 59-53 


D15 (3) 


5: Kentucky 


L 55-76 


D17 [61 


• at No. Carolina 


L 61-70 


030 


Montana State ' 


.'. ES-^2 


031 


New Mexico ASM 


L 43-45 


J1 


Virginia ' 


W 43-39 


J4 


• at Clemson 


W 59-52 


J5 


• at South Carolina 


L 60-SB 


J10 (151 


• Duke 


W 62-51 


J12 


at Geo. Washinqton W 68-4B 


J14 


• Bouth Carolina 


W 66-59 


J16 


Georgetown 


W 82-69 


J19 


• NC State 


W 79-66 


J31 M91 


• at Duke 


L 60-72 


F2 


Georqe Washinqton 


W 84-67 


F5 Ml 


• No. Carolina EOT) L61- 


F12 


• Virginia 


W 85-64 


F16 


• at NC State 


W 56-49 


F1B [17] 


• at Alake Forest 


L 58-62 


F23 


at Navy 


L 55-56 


F25 


• Clemson 


W 74-65 


F27 


at Georgetown 


W 62-59 


M7 


Virqinia 2 


~ HE 


M8 


South Cara'ina E 


L 64-74 


1 -All-American City Tournament at Owensboro, 
Ky.; 2-ACC Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. 
[Reynolds Coliseum] 


1957-58 

Record: 22-7 H: 10-1 A: 6-4 N 


6-2 


ACC: 9-5, 4th 


pace , ACC Tournament Champion 


Postseason: NCAA East Reqion 3rd place, AP 
No. 6, UPl No. 6 


D4 


Georqe Washinqton 


W 64-55 


D7 


at Fordham 


WB1-58 


D9 


Kentucky 


W 71-62 


Dl2 


• Wake Forest 


A 72-58 


D1B [61 


Navy 


W BB-58 


D2B [61 


Vandertirt ' 


W71-56 


D30 [61 


Memphis State GOT) 1 4647 


J3 [7] 


• at South Carolina 


W 72-59 


J4 (71 


• at Clemson 


L 66-73 


J8 M11 


•Duke 


W 74-49 


J11 M11 [31 


• No. Carolina 


W 74-61 


J14 :=: 


at Georgetown 


55-5 


J20 [81(20] 


• NC State 


L 4B-57 


F1 (91 


at Navy 


W B4-51 


F7 [81 


• at Virqinia 


W B7-66 


F8 IB] 


• at Wake Forest 


A 74-67 


F13 195 


• Clemson 


W 72-54 


F15 BlMOl 


• at NC State (30T 


L 64-69 


F1B [14] 


• Virqinia 


W 69-56 


F21 (14) [71 


• at Duke 


L 59-5E 


F22 [141116] 


• at No. Carolina 


L 59-EB 


C 2E [171 


Georgetown 


W 56-46 


M1 [171 


• South Carolina 


W 99-59 


M6 [171 


Virqinia 2 


W 70-66 


M7 M7] [6] 


Duke (OT) ' 


W 71-65 


M8 M71M31 


l^'i) Cd ' 'lilU 


W 86-74 


M11 [61 


Boston Colleqe 3 


W 86-63 


M14 [61 (51 


Temple " 


L 67-71 


M15 [61 


Manhattan * 


W 59-55 



1 -Sugar Bowf Tournament at New Orleans, La. 
(Loyola Field House); 2-ACC Tournament; ac Ra- 
leigh, N.C, (Reynolds ColiseumJ; 3-NCAA East 
Region first Round at New York, N.Y. (Madi- 
son Square GardenJ; 4-NCAA East Regional at 
Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum} 



1958-59 

Record: 10-13 H: 7-3 A: 2-6 N 


1-2 


ACC: 7-7, 3rd place (tie) 


D3 • NC State 


L 53-55 


D6 at Northwestern 


L 62-66 


D10 • Virqinia 


W 63-56 


D15 (2) at Kentucky (OT) 


L 56-58 


D17 Navy 


L 50-53 


D20 • Wake Forest 


W 6B-65 


D29 (71 Mississippi State ' 


L 45-56 


DEE Loyola IMd.) ' 


W 54-50 


J7 • Duke 


W B4-31 



J9 




• at 3outh Carolina 


W 59-41 


J10 




• at Clemson 


L 4B-55 


J14 




Georgetown 


W61-53 


J17 




• at Duke 


L 69-76 


F4 


[2] 


• at No. Carolina 


L 57-64 


F7 




• at Wake Forest 


L 53-56 


F10 




G. Washinqton (OT 


L 65-66 


F14 


IB] 


• at NC State 


L 37-53 


F16 




• Clemson 


W 77-58 


F18 




•at Virqinia 


L 50-52 


F21 


:■: 


' No. Carolina 


W 69-51 


F25 




at Georgetown 


W B7-56 


F27 




' South Carolina 


W 75-45 


M5 




Virginia 2 


L 65-66 


1 -Sugar Bowl Tournament at New Orleans. La. 
[Loyola Field HouseJ; 2-ACC Tournament at Ra- 
leiqh, N.C. [Reynolds ColiseumJ 


195960 

Record: 15-B H: 8-2 A: 7-5 N: 0-1 


ACC: 


9-5, 3rx 


place 




D3 




at Geo. Washinqtor 


W 64-57 


D9 




• Virginia 


W 70-62 


D14 




Georgetown 


.'.' 59-48 


D1B 




• Wake Forest 


L 47-54 


D28 


[91 


Indiana ' 


L 63-72 


D29 




Fordham ' 


W 76-54 


J4 




>se 


EE-EE 


JB 




' South Carolina 


W B5-52 


J13 




at Georgetown 


L 51-66 


J16 




• at Ouke 


W 56-48 


J18 




• NC State 


W 63-53 


J20 




at Navy 


W 51-50 


F3 


(171 


• No. Carolina 


L 66-75 


F6 




' -" ■'. = ■=. ~v-.-~ 


. fi*H5 


F10 




• at Virqinia 


W 44-43 


F13 




• at NC State 


L 46-48 


F15 




• Clemson 


W 70-55 


F1B 




• Cu-e 


W 71-61 


=2E 




G. Washinqton [OT] WB6-B4 


F23 




• at No. Carolina 


L 64-81 


F26 




• at Clemson (2 OT] W 66-59 


F27 




• at South Carolina 


W 72-55 


M3 




at NC State 2 


L 5B-74 


1 -Blue Grass Festival at Louisvil/e, Ky. (Kentucky 
State Fairgrounds PavilionJ; 2-ACC Tournament 
at Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum] 


1960 61 

Record; 14-12 H; 8-2 A: 3-8 N: 2-2 


ACC: 


3-8, 5tt 


place 




D1 




Penn State 


W 64-47 


03 




• at Virqinia 


W 57-52 


06 




Georqe Washinqton 


W BO-68 


D10 




at Minnesota 


W 64-53 


D14112] 


at Georgetown 


W 78-67 


□ 17M21 


• Wake Forest 


L 60-72 


D29 


M11 


No, Carolina ' 


L 57-B1 


D30 


(101 


at NC State ' 


L 67-75 


D31 




Wyommq : 


W 84-77 


J7 




• South Carolina 


W 72-56 


J11 




Georgetown 


W 55-47 


J14 


[81 


' at Duke 


L 62-70 


J16 


(71 


• No. Carolina 


L 52-58 


J18 




VV. 


W 63-62 


J21 




• NC State 


W 75-57 


F2 


[51 


* at Nd. Carolina 


L 56-63 


F4 




• at Wake Forest 


L 69-78 


FIE 




• at Clemson 


L 59-76 


F11 




* at South Carolina 


L61-B4 


F13 




• at NC State 


L 66-63 


F16 


(31 


• Duke 


W 76-71 


F18 




at Geo. Washinqtor 


L 44-63 


F22 




• Virqinia 


W 77-62 


F25 




• Clemson (OT) 


W 62-80 


M2 




Clemson 2 


.'. 91-75 


M3 




Wake Forest 5 


_^3SE 


1 -Dixie Classic at Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds Coli- 
seum}; 2-ACC Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. 
(Reynolds ColiseumJ 


1961-62 

Record: 8-17 H: 4-6 A: 4-8 N: 0-3 


ACC: 


3- 11, 7th place 




D2 




at Penn State 


L 65-71 


DB 




Georgetown [20T] 


L 78-79 


D12 




■ NC State [OT] 


L 68-73 


D15 




Minnesota 


W 75-69 


D16 


[31 


• Wake Forest 


W 79-62 


D18 




• at Virqinia 


W 91-70 


D29 




Mississippi State ' 


L 62-64 


D30 




Louisville ' 


L 64-83 


J3 




at Geo. Washinqtor 


W 67-56 



J6 




• South Carolina 


L 77-86 


J10 




at Georgetown 


W 83-70 


J13 


110) 


• at Duke 


L BB-84 


J16 




Georqe Wa= n :~ct:~ 


WB1-B7 


J20 




• at NC State 


LE'-63 


J22 




at Miami 


W 71-68 


F3 




at Navy 


L 5B-67 


F6 




• No. Carolina 


W 79-62 


F9 




• at South Carolina 


l 58-35 


F10 




• at Clemson 


L 61-73 


F13 


[71 


• Cuke 


L 53-79 


F17 




• at Wake Forest 


L 78-81 


F19 




• at No. Carolina 


L 67-70 


F21 




• Virqinia 


L 68-72 


F24 




• Clemson 


L 68-75 


M1 


IB! 


Ouke 2 


L 58-71 


1 -Sugar Bowl Tournament at New Orleans, La. 
(Loyola Field Hduse); 2-ACC Tournament at Ra- 
leiqh, N.C. (Reynolds ColiseumJ 


1962-63 

Record: 8-13 


H: 5-6 A: 3-6 N: 


M 


ACC: 4 


10, 6th place (be) 




D1 




Penn State 


L61-62 


04 




at Georgetown 


L 70-79 


DS 


(21 


• at Duke 


L 56-92 


D11 




• NC State (OT) 


L 7-76 


D15 




• at Virqinia 


W 67-61 


019 




• Wake Forest 


L 74-85 


J5 




• South Carolina 


W 68-63 


J7 




Georqe Washinqtor 


;Y 7J-72 


J12 




Navy 


W 67-61 


J14 


[101 


• No. Carolina 


L 56-76 


J19 




• at NC State 


L 59-79 


F1 




at Geo. Washinqtor 


W 6B-B7 


F4 




Georgetown 


W 73-72 


F7 




• at No, Carolina 


L 68-82 


F9 




• at Clemson 


L 60-62 


F11 




• at South Carolina 


W 51-44 


F14 




• at Wake Forest 


L 54-75 


F16 




• virqinia 


L 69-71 


F19 


(21 


•Duke 


L 70-76 


F23 




• Clemson 


W 69-67 


F2B 




Wake Forest ' 


L41-6D 


1-ACC Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds 
ColiseumJ 


1963-64 

Record: 917 H: 5-4 A: 2-10 N: 2-3 ACC: 
5-9. 6th place 


D2 




• Virqinia 


W 68-5B 


04 




at Georgetown 


L 72-83 


D7 




at Penn State 


L 62-91 


010 




• NC State 


W 72-62 


D14 




West Virqinia 


W 74-72 


D16 




• Clemson 


W 56-4B 


D2D 




Tennessee ' 


L 59-70 


D21 




Louisiana State ' 


W 75-65 


D27 




Arizona 2 


L 54-57 


D28 




Columbia 2 


.'. E2 7E 


J6 




• South Carolina [0T1L 69- 


J11 




at Navy 


L 55-68 


J13 




• at No. Carolina 


L 68-97 


J18 




• at NC State 


L 65-66 


J2D 




• at Wake Forest 


W 91-82 


F1 




at Geo. Washinqtor 


W 80-76 


F5 




at West Virqinia 


L 67-91 


FB 


[7] 


•Ouke 


L72-104 


F14 




• Wake Forest 


L 77-79 


F18 




• No. Carolina 


W 74-64 


C 2E 




• at Virqinia 


L 73-79 


F22 


(41 


• at Duke 


L63-B4 


F25 




Georgetown 


L 7B-B1 


F28 




• at Clemson 


L 68-83 


F29 




• at South Carolina 


L E4-74 


M5 




Clemson 3 


LB7.fi 


1-VP/ Tournament at 8/acksburg, Va. (Virginia 
Tech ColiseumJ; 2-Eyansville Holiday Tournament 
at Evansville, Ind. (Roberts Stadium); 3-ACC 
Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds ColiseumJ 


1964-65 

Record: 18-8 H: 9-3 A: 7-4 N: 2-1 


ACC: 10-4, 2nd place (tie) 


D2 




Fe" State 


W 72-71 


D3 




Georqe Washinqton 


W 82-80 


D5 




• at Virqinia 


L 59-61 


DB 




• NC State 


L B2-B3 


D12 




West Virginia (OT) 


L 73-80 


D1B 




• Wake Forest 


W 82-64 


D19 




Knnsaii DT 


L61-63 


D28 




Tulsa 1 


W 66-59 


D29 




at Miami ' 


L 73-80 



J4 




• No. Carolina 


W 76-68 


J8 




' at Clemson EOT) 


W 67-65 


J9 




• at South Carolina 


W 75-70 


J13 




Na\ . 


W 77-58 


J14 




•at Wake Forest (OTIW 93-85 


J1B 




• at NC State 


L 67-73 


J30 




' at No. Carolina 


W 91-80 


F1 


(101 


• at Duke 


L 64-B2 


F10 




at West Virqinia 


W BB-78 


F13 




at Georgetown 


W 85-67 


F17 




• Virqinia 


W 52-47 


F2D 




at Navy 


W 70-57 


F23 


[51 


•Duke 


W 85-82 


F26 




• Clemson 


W8B-71 


F27 




• South Carolina 


W 73-59 


M4 




Clemson 2 


W 61-50 


M5 




at NC State 2 


L 67-76 


1 -Miami, Fla. (Miami Beach Convention Center]; 
2-ACC Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds 
Coliseum! 


1965-66 

Record: 14-1 


H: 7-3 A: 5-7 N: 2-1 


ACC: 7-7, 5th place 


D1 




at Penn State 


L 61-65 


D4 




• Wake Forest 


W 87-66 


D7 




• NC State 


W 59-48 


D10 


rj] 


at Kansas 


L 82-71 


D11 




at Kansas State 


W 63-57 


D15 




Georgetown 


W 77-59 


D21 




at West Virqinia 


L 74-76 


D29 




Houston ' 


W 69-68 


D30 




Dayton 


W 77-75 


J3 




' at No. Carolina 


L 52-67 


J5 




• Virqinia 


L 62-65 


J13 


Ml 


• at Duke 


L 61-76 


J15 




• at NC State (OT) 


L 58-60 


J27 




at Geo. Washinqtor 


W1D7-B1 


J29 




• at Clemson 


L 66-71 


J31 




• at South Carolina 


W 78-63 


F5 




• No. Carolina 


'■» 7B-R6 


F7 




•at Wake Forest (DT)W 66-78 


F9 




Navy 


W 74-69 


F12 




West Virqinia 


W1 07-92 


F16 




• at Virginia 


W 71-64 


F19 


(21 


•Duke 


L 69-74 


F25 




• South Carolina 


W 56-42 


F26 




• Ee~s:n 


L 69-81 


M3 




No. Carolina 2 


L 70-77 


1 -Sugar Bowl Tournament at New Orleans, La. 
[Loyola Field HouseJ; 2-ACC Tournament at Ra- 
legh, N.C. (Reynolds ColiseumJ 


1966-67 

Record: 11-14 H: 5-5 A: 4-8 N: 2-1 


ACC: 59. 5tr 


place [be] 




D1 




Penn State 


W 76-53 


D7 




• at NC State 


W 54-38 


D10 




• South Carolina 


L 63-35 


D13 




• at Virqinia 


W 85-65 


D16 




Oklahoma State ' 


W 50-49 


D17 




at Memphis State 


L 53-55 


D20 




• Wake Forest 


L 59-66 


D2B 




at Davidson 2 


W EE-E5 


D29 




Army 2 


W 57-54 


J7 




• NC State 


W 60-55 


J11 




at West Virginia (OTIW 82-81 


J14 




• Duke (OT) 


L 69-72 


J16 




• Clemson 


W 68-48 


J28 




West Virqinia 


L 58-61 


J30 




' at South Carolina 


L 53-80 


F4 


121 


• at No. Carolina 


L 77-85 


F9 




Georqe Washinqton 


■i 73-52 


F11 




at Georgetown 


L 49-80 


pi a 




• Virqinia 


W 87-76 


F1B 




at Navy 


L 65-66 


F1B 




• a: Duke 


L 5B-B1 


F22 


[51 


• No. Carolina 


L 7B-79 


F25 




• at Clemson 


L61-65 


M4 




• at Wake Forest 


L 64-78 


M9 




South Carolina 3 


L 54-57 



1 -Memphis Invitational at Memphis, Tenn. (Mid- 
South ColiseumJ; 2-Charlotte Invitational at 
Chartotte, N.C. (Charlotte ColiseumJ; 3-ACC 
Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro 
ColiseumJ 



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Frank Fellows 

2 Seasons 
1967-68 to 
196849 
Rec: 1644 
Coni.: 6-22 




1967-68 

Record: B-1 6 H: 7-3 A; 1-11 N: 0-2 
ACC; 4-10, 6th place 



D2 



at Penn State 



L 71-76 



D4 



at Geo. Washington W B4-53 



■ NC State 



L 62-75 



D9 



t South Carolina W 66-65 



• at Wake Forest L 60-73 



D21 



at Texas-El Paso' L 53-70 



Southern Illinois (OT1 'L 72-73 
• at South Carolina L 59-BB 



■ at NC State 



J13 
J15 



West Virginia 



• Duke L 52-84 

■ at Clemson (2QTI L 93-94 



J17 



J3D 



Navy 



W 76-72 



at Miami 



[31 • No. Carolina 



L 67-73 



• at Du'e 



L 64-B5 



F10 



F13 



at West Virginia L 66-B3 



F17 



• Virginia 



W B5-76 



■ Wake Forest W B7-74 



F21 [31 ■ at No. Carolina L 60-B3 



F24 



• Clemson 



WB1-66 



F26 



M2 



' at Virginia 



M7 



Georgetown 



W 66-60 



NC State 3 



L 54-63 



1 -Sun Carnival Tournament at B Paso, Texas 
(Memorial Gymnasium!; 2-ACC Tournament at 
Charlotte, N.C. Charlotte Coliseum) 

1968-69 

Record: B-1B H: 4-6 A: 3-10 N: 1-2 



ACC: 2-12, 7th place (tie! 



N30 



Penn State 



W 66-56 



at West Virginia L 65-66 



D7 



' at South Carolina L 67-79 



Princeton 



L 63-72 



014 



• at Wake Forest L 87-95 



George Washington W 99-96 



D2G 



at Marshall ' 



W 69-80 



Miami ' 



L 85-92 



D27 



HI at Davidson 3 



L 69-B3 



■at Wake Forest 3 L 71-93 



• South Carolina L 67-69 



• at Duke 



L B5-9B 



J13 



JI6 



' Virginia 



L 77-78 



13 ' at No. Carolina LB7-107 



• NC State 



LB1-B6 



West V irgin a 



W91-B4 



•Duke 



F12 



at Navy 



L BB-72 



F19 



' at Vr qin a 



[31 • No. Carolina 



F22 



• at C'cTson 



W 84-83 



M1 



MB 



at Georgetown W 83-78 



[13] South Carolina " 



L 71-92 



1 -Marshall invitational at Huntington, W. Va. 
(Memorial Field HouseJ; 2-Chariotte Invitations! 
at Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum); 3-at 
Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 4- 
ACC Tournament at Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte 
Coliseum) 



1969-70 

Record: 13-13 H: 1D-4 A: 3-7 N: 0-2 


ACC: 5 


9. 6tr 






D1 


Buffalo 


W 97-77 


D3 




at Geo. Washington 


W 92-71 


D10 




at Princeton 


L 67-75 


D13 




' Wake Forest 


LB7-104 


D15 


IB) 


• South Carolina 


L6B-101 


D19 




Army 1 


L 54-69 


D20 




Fordham ' 


W 94-71 


D29 




Delaware 


W 94-58 


J2 


[151 


•NC State 2 


L 57-91 


J3 




• at Wake Forest 2 


W 96-BB 


J7 




West Virginia 


W B3-76 


J10 


(31 


• at South Carolina 


L 44-55 


J12 




• at Clemson 


W 75-68 



Charles Lefty' 
Driesell 

17 Seasons 




1969-70 to 
1985-86 
Rec: 348-159 
Conf .: 122-100 



J14 




Navy 


W 73-57 


J24 




Maine 


W 97-SB 


J28 




• Duke 


W 52-50 


J31 


[9] 


• No. Carolina 


L 69-77 


F4 


[51 


• at NC State 


L 54-64 


F7 




Georgetown 


W81-71 


F11 




• at Virginia 


L 69-71 


F18 


[131 


• at No. Carolina 


le:-s: 


F21 




• at Duke 


L 7B-E7 


F23 




• Clemson 


W1 03-85 


F25 




at West Virqinia 


L 78-B3 


F2B 




• Virqinia 


W 79-71 


M5 


[191 


NC Stats 3 


L 57-B7 


1 -Maryland (nviiational Tournament at College 
Park. Md. (Cola Field House); 2-at Greensboro, 
N.C. [Greensboro Coliseum); 3-ACC Tourna- 
ment at Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum) 


1970-71 

Record: 14-12 H: 11-4 A: 3-7 N: 0-1 


ACC: 5 


9, 6th place [tie) 




D1 




Delaware 


W B6-73 


05 




Buffalo 


W1 09-70 


DE 




Lehigh 


W 85-66 


D12 




• Wake Forest 


W 72-71 


CIS 


ia 


• at South Carolina 


L 70-96 


019 




at Georgetown 


L 79-92 


022 




Tampa 


W 8D-72 


023 




Miami 


W1 11-77 


J2 




Richmond 


W 99-67 


JB 




• NC State 


L81-B3 


jg 


El 


•Soutin Carolina (OTW 31 -3D 


jn 




• Clemson 


W 56-52 


J23 




George Washingtor 


W 69-67 


J27 




at Loyola (Md.l 


W 8B-69 


jEO 


[201 


• at No. Carolina 


L79-105 


F3 




• at NC State 


L 61-71 


FB 




• at Duke 


W 88-79 


FiO 




• at Virqinia 


L 63-78 


F13 




• Duke 


L B7-70 


F17 


:e; 


• No. Carolina 


L7B-100 


F2D 




at Seton Hall 


W 5B-55 


F23 




• at Clemson [DTI 


L 45-51 


F27 




West Virqinia 


LB1-B3 


M2 




• at Wake Forest 


L 68-72 


M6 




• Virqinia (OT) 


W B9-B4 


M11 


[6] 


South Carolina 1 


L B3-71 


1-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum) 


1971-72 

Record: 27-5 H: 14-0 A: 7-4 N:B-1 



ACC: 8-4, 2nd place toe). 
ACC Tournament Finalist 



Postseason 


NTT Charrpon, AP No, 1 4, UR No, 1 1 


01 [Bl 


Brown 


W100-B3 


D4 [Bl 


at Geo. Washington W117-9B 


DB Bl 


• at Virqinia 


L 57-73 


D13 151 


Georgetown 


7Mi 


D171151 


Canisius 


;: es- 7 = 


D20 [151 


at Loyola (Md.l 


W 73-BO 


D22 [15] 


at Holy Cross 


W1 02-79 


D29 MB] 


Western Kentucky 


.■'■133 5" 


D3CH61 


9) St. John's' 


W 90-B9 



J5 [13 


• NC S:-s:s 


W B3-70 


jb na 


• 5: 3e~s:-. 


L 61-63 


J10 [13 


■ :: .'.5- 5 = :'553 


W 49-46 


J22 


33 Navy 


W B5-60 


J25 [181 


Buffs o 


W 82-58 


J29 [18] (31 


• at No, Carolina 


L 72-92 


J31 [181 


• at NC State 


W 66-65 


F5 


• Duke 


W 77-58 


F9 (201 


0-3j55^r 


W 85-71 


F12 


at Lonq Island 


W 78-60 


FiB [191 [3] 


• No. Carolina (OT) 


W 79-77 


F IS 119! 


• Clemson 


.■: 5"-5- 


F23 [12] 


Richmond 


■.■V76-S! 


F3E :i2l 


• at Duke 


L 53-E3 


M1 [181 


• Wake Forest [OT] 


W 64-56 


M4 [181113 


• Virginia 


W 45-42 


M9 [131 


Clemson : ' 


W 54-52 


M1011311151 


Virqinia 3 


.V 55-5- 



M11 [13] [31 


No. Carolina 3 


L 64-73 


M18I141 


St. Joseph's A 


W B7-55 


M2DI14] 


Syracuse " 


W 71-65 


M23I14] 


Jacksonville ~ 


W 91-77 


M25114] 


Niagara d 


W 100-69 



1-Maryand Invitational at College Park, Md. (Cole 
Held House); 2-at Greensboro, N.C (Greens- 
boro Coliseum}; 3-ACC Tournament at Greens- 
boro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum}; 4-Nabonal 
Invitation Tournament at New York, N. Y. (Madi- 
son Square Garden) 



1972-73 

Record: 23-7 


H: 12-1 A:B-4 N 


3-2 


ACC: 7-5, 3rd place, ACC Tournament Fnalist 


Postseason: NCAA Bite Eight, AP No. B, UPI 
N3 10 


IML'H '3 


Brawn 


W127-B2 


32 13] 


at Richmond 


W 82-50 


09 13] 


at Canisius 


W 107-80 


D12 [31 


at Georgetown 


W 99-73 


D22 ia 
D29 El 


George Washingtor 
Georgia Tech ' 


W BB-7S 
W 90-55 


D3D ia 


Syracuse ' 


W 90-76 


J2 El 


Kent 


W 76-58 


J6 [3 


• at Clemson 


W 79-75 


J9 [3 


• Virginia 


W 93-74 


J14 [3 [3] 


• NC State 


L 85-B7 


J20 [31 


at Navy 


■A 76-67 


J22 [31 


• Wake Forest 


105-76 


J23 [41 


L3"3 '3 5~3 


W 100-73 


J27 [4] [31 


• No. Carolina 


W 94-88 


J31 [31 El 


• at NC State 


L 7B-B9 


F3 131 


• at Duke 


L 81-85 


FB [91 


s: Fordham 


W 83-72 


F1 1 [91 


Buffalo 


W 93-B4 


=14 hoi is: 


• at No. Carolina 


L 85-95 


F17 [10] 


• Clemson 


W B9-B6 


F21 [81 


at Duquesne 


W 81-71 


=24 E 


•Duke 


W 9B-BB 


=2E [91 


• at Wake Forest 


L B0-B2 


M3 [9] 


• =3 V rginia 


W 92-81 


M8 [10] 


Clemson 3 


W 77-81 


i"iH III) 


Wake Forest 3 


W 73-85 


M10MQ] [3 


NC State z 


L 74-78 


M15 IBM 4] 


Syracuse 3 


W 91-75 


M17 [Bl [4] 


Providence 3 


LB9-103 


1 -Maryland Invitational at College Perk. Md. (Cole 
Field House); 2-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, 
N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 3-NCAA East Re- 
gional at Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum) 


1973-74 

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 


D1 [4] [11 


at UCLA 


L 64-B5 


D5 [41 


Eastern Kentucky 


W10B-57 


D11 [4] 


Georgetown 


W115-B3 


D21 El 


San Francisco ' 


W 78-60 


D22 El 


Santa Clara ' 


W 53-32 


D29 El 


Holy Crass - 


W 102-75 


D30 El 


Boston CollEqe 3 


W 5B-37 


J2 (31 


at Richmond 


W 98-60 


J5 [31 


• Clemson 


W 89-60 


J1 1 (31 


• at Wake Forest 


W 72-59 


J13 [31 [41 


• at NC State 


L 74-BD 


J17 [4] 


Fordham 


W1 12-73 


J19 [41 


at Navy 


W 72-50 


J22 [51 


Canisius 


W 8B-73 


J2B [51 [41 


• at No. Carolina 


. 73-sa 


J3D IB] El 


• NC State 


L BO-86 


F2 [Bl 


• Dui E 


W104-B3 


FB [71 


• at Virqinia 


W 88-81 


F9 [71 


Georqe Washington * 92-71 


F13 [61 [4] 


• \3 C3-3'"3 


W 91-80 


F16 [61 


• 33 C5~33" 


W 56-54 


F20 (51 


Cu3u5E~S 


W 9B-72 


F23 [51 


• 53 Duke 


W 64-61 


F27 151 


• Wake Forest 


W 77-68 


M2 151 


• Vrqmia 


W1 10-75 


M7 [41 


Duke J 


W 85-66 


M8 ;4: :s: 


No. Carolina " 


W 105-85 


me :-' :■' 


NC State [0T) J 


J 00- '03 



1 -Cable Car Classic at Oakland. Calif. (Oakland 
Coliseum); 2 -Maryland Invitational at College 
Park, Md. (Cole Field House); 3-at Landover. 
Md. (Capital Centre); 4-ACC Tournament at 
Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum) 



1974-75 

Record: 24-5 H: 12-2 A: 10-1 


M: 2-2 


ACC: 10-2, ACC Regular Season 


3"5~3 3" 


Postseason: NCAA Bee Bght, AP No. 5. 
UPI No. 5 


N1B [4] 


Richmond 


W106-B1 


D4 [4] 


' st Wake Forest 


W 99-7B 


D7 14] 


Lonq Island 


W 99-84 


D10 [51 


Georqetawn ' 


W1 04-71 


D12 151 


33=3..'. 


W1 1349 


D21 151 


3e3"OE Wash "333 


3 :;■' 


D27 [51 


Georgia Tech 3 


W1 05-67 


D28 151 13] 


UCLA 3 


L 75-81 


J2 [7] 


Appalachian State 


W 96-50 


7 9 


Nct r s 3'3~3 


W 90-82 


JE El 


• Duke 


W 83-77 


r 5 : ; 


• Wake Forest 


W 89-73 


J1B [5] [4] 


• NC State 


Oiliiii 


J1B IS 


at Navy 


W 87-73 


J22 [31 


• at Cemson 


L 82-B3 


J25 [311141 


' No. Carolina 


L 6B-B9 


F1 [Bl EI 


• at NC State 


W 98-97 


F4 [4] 


• Virqinia 


ua-vn 


F6 [4] 


at Fordham 


W B5-4B 


=3 [4] 


• 53 Duke 


W104-B0 


= '5 [3] 


• at No. Carolina 


W 98-74 


F19 [3] 


• at Virginia 


W 70-51 


F23 Ql 


at Duquesne 


W1 03-82 


F2B [3(111 


• Clemson 


W 70-64 


M1 El 


E. Tennessee State W1 04-87 


M6 El IB] 


NC State 3 


L 85-87 


M1B [4] 


Creiqhton a 


W 83-79 


M20 [41 [91 


Notre Dame 5 


W 83-71 


M22 [4] [3] 


Louisville 5 


L B2-9B 



1-at landover, Md. (Capital Centre); 2-Mary- 
land Invitational at College Park, Md. (Cole Field 
HouseJ; 3-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, 
N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 4-NCAA Midwest 
Region First Round at Lubbock, Texas (Memo- 
rial Coliseum); 5-NCAA Midwest Regional at Las 
Cruces, N.M. Pan American Center) 



1975-76 

Record: 22-6 H: 13-2 A: B-3 N: 1-1 


ACC: 7-5, 2nd place (tie) 


Postseason! AP No. 1 1 , UPI No. 


3 


N29 (31 


East Carolina 


W1 27-84 


D3 (3 


DePauw 


W 99-42 


D6 El 


at Richmond 


W 9B-71 


DB El 


Boston Unrversrty 


W122-B2 


D10 El 


Gst^qa Tech 


W 93-65 


D20 El 


Fordham 


WB1-56 


D22 [3 


UNC Charlotte 


W 70-60 


D29 [3 


Seton Hall ' 


W1 04-69 


D30 ia 


Princeton ' 


W 66-59 


J2 [2] 


Long Island 


W1 11-88 


J7 ia 


at Geo. Washingto 


W 82-72 


J10 EI [7] 


• at Wake Forest s 


L 93-96 


J14 [31131 


• at NC State 


W 87-69 


J17 [3 


at Navy 


W 87-69 


J21 [3 


• Clemson 


L 77-82 


J25 El EI 


• at No. Carolina (OT)L 93-95 


J2B [71 [81 


• N3 Stats 


W1 02-84 


J31 (711101 


at Notre Dame 


W 69-63 


F4 [51 


• at Virginia 


W 69-66 


F7 (51 


• Duke 


W1 02-91 


F11 [41 [31 


• N3 0533 "i5 


L 69-81 


F14 [41 


• at Clemson 


W 98-89 


F1B (71 


at GsorqEtown 


W 72-63 


F21 [71 


• at Duke 


L 67-69 


F25 [101 


• Wake Forest 


W105-91 


F2B [10] 


• Virq n 5 


WB1-73 


M4 [9] 


DukelQT] 


W 8078 


M5 [81 


Vm "'5 - 


L 65-73 


1 -Maryland Invitational at Col'ege Par* . Md. (Cole 
Field House); 2-at Greensboro, N.C. (Greens- 
boro Coliseum); 3-ACC Tournament at 
Landover, Md, [Capital Centre) 


1976-77 

Record: 19-8 


H: 15-4 A: 3-3 N 


1-1 


ACC: 7-5, 4tt 


place 




N27 [Bl 


Notre Dame (OT! 


L 79-80 


N30I161 


Ball State 


W 86-70 


D2 [161 


Lonq Island 


.'. -3 45 


04 [161 


Princeton 


W5B45 


D8 [171 


East Carolina 


.', E3-53 


D12 [1711191 


DePaul 


|,V 33 -4 


018(141 


Appalachian State 


W 76-74 


022 [151 


Bucknell 


W1DB-7B 


D2BI16) 


Xavier ' 


;. 34.-4 


D29!'.6lilBl 


Syracuse 


,', 33 85 


J4 [151 


R chmond 


:, 3:3- 



J8 [151110] 


• Wake Forest OT) 


LB5-B6 


J9 [13 


•NC State 


W B7-B0 


J15 [14] 


Navy 3 


WB2-54 


J19 [131 


• 33 3 emson 


L 71-93 


J22 [131 [4] 


• No. Carolina 


L 6B-71 


J27 


• at NC State 


W 75-73 


J29 


353-35 Afashjnqtor 


L 76-86 


F2 


• Virginia 


W B2-67 


F5 


• at Duke OT) 


W 65-64 


F9 [141 


• at No. Carolina 


L 70-97 


F12 [15] 


• Clemson 


WB4-7B 


F15 


Pittsburgh 


W 88-75 


F19 


•Duke 


A 33.-3 


F22 [111 


• at Wake Forest 3 


WB1-B0 


F2B 


• 5: . --3 - 5 


L 68-77 


M3 


NC State < 


L 72-B2 



1 -Maryland Invitational at College Parte, Md. (Cote 
Field House); 2-at Landover, Md- (Capital Cen- 
tre); 3-at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coli- 
seum); 4-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum) 



1977-78 

Record: 15-13 H: 10-4 A: 1-8 N:4-1 


ACC: 3-9, 6th place 


N25M4] 


Buckne 


W 95-62 


N27I14] 


American ' 


78 «i 


N2BI141 


Georgetown ' 


W 91-87 


D1 [141 


Penn State 2 


W B9-B0 


D7 [13 


East Carolina 


W130-106 


D10113 


at Geo. Washmqtor 


ijiu- ,: 


D17I181 


Lonq Island 


W94-B4 


D21 E01 


A—, 


W 99-77 


D2BI141 


Westerr Kentucky 


W91-7B 


323 34: 


Georgia Tech 3 


W B5-B3 


J4 [15] 


'Duke 


L 7B-88 


i7 IflJ 


' at Wake Forest " 


L 75-84 


J11 [161 


• at NC State 


L 82-88 


J14 


Air Force 


W 74-73 


J1B 


• Clemson 


W 90-75 


J21 (51 


' at No. Carolina 


L 71-85 


J25 


• NC State 


L 73-80 


J29 (51 


at Notre Dame 


L 54-69 


F1 [111 


• at Virqinia 


L 64-66 


F4 


UNLV 


L' -33 


F8 (71 


• No. Carolina 


l34 33 


F11 


• at Clemson 


.'. BD-75 


F1B 


at Pittsburgh On 


L BB-89 


F18 E01 


• 53 3.1.5 


L 70-81 


F22 


• Wake Forest 


W91-B9 


F25 


• Virginia 


L 70-79 


M1 


NC State (3LTT) 5 


W109-10B 


M2 [151 


Duke 5 


LE9-S1 



1 -Tip Off Tournament at Landover, Md. (Capi- 
tal Centre); 2-at Hershey, Pa. (Hershey Park 
Arena); 3-Maryland Invitational at College Park. 
Md. (Cole Field HouseJ; 4-at Greensboro, N.C. 
(Greensboro ColiseumJ; 5-ACC Tournament at 
Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum) 



1978-79 

Record: 19-1 


H:12-4 A: 4-4 N:3-3 


ACC: B-B, 4th place 


Postseason: NPT Second Round 


N24 


Bucknell 


.', ' 3" 3- 


N2B : i =: 


Georgetown ' 


L 53-33 


03 ::=: 


at Air Force 


,\ 3 ' 53 


34 [19] 


at UNLV 


. =5-34 


07 [19] 


Penn State 3 


.'. 53-5' 


33 3 5: 


Biscayne 


W BB-60 


DIB 


East Carolina 


'.'. E2--: 


023 [4] 


• NC State 




D23 


Canisius 


.'. ' 25'33 


D2S 


St. Joseph's (On 3 


W B2-56 


333 23: 


Southern Caiifoma 


-.', E3--3 


J3 20: 


Georqe Washmqtc 


.'. B4-72 


jS [20] 


• Wake Forest 


. 55-65 


J10 (81 


• st NC State EOT) W 82 


J13 [13 


Louiswlle 


LB4-99 


J17 1191 


• at Clemson 


W 77-83 


J20 (191 El 


• \: 3.5-3 "3 


L 53-54 


J23 


\3. 


.', 33 53 


J27 m 


Notre Dame 


'.'. E--E5 


J31 1171 


• Virgins 


LS3-69 


F3 [17] :=: 


• at Duke 


L 78-87 


F7 [61 


• at No. Cancrfme 


L B7-76 


F10 


• L5~33- 


,'. "53 


F17 [5) 


• Duke 


.'. -3-33 


F19 


• at Wake Forest J 


',', 54 33 


F2i 


• at Virqinia 


L 72-75 


M1 


C5-S3- 


,', 7567 


M2 (71 


No. Carolina - 


.-5 33 


M7 


='-353 '3 3-3 ,33~ 


,'. 5--5r 




M12 



Ohio State E 



L 72-79 



1-at Landover, Md. (Capital Centre); 2-at 
Hershey, Pa. (Hershey Park Arena); 3-Maryfand 
Invitational at Colfege Park, Md. fCole Field 
HouseJ; 4-at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro 
CofeeumJ; 5-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, 
N.C. (Greensboro ColiseumJ; G-National Invita- 
tion Tournament at College Park, Md. (Cole Field 
House) 



1981-82 

Record: 16-13 H: 13-3 A: g-B N: 1-2 



197940 

Record: 24-7 H: 16-D A: 4-4 N: 4-3 


ACC: 11-3, ACC Reqular Season Champion 


Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sateen, AP No. 8, 
UPI No. B 


N30 


UMES 


W B2-5B 


D3 


Penn State ' 


W 5B-55 


34 [171 


Georgetown 3 


L 71-63 


DB 


Brawn 


W 72-59 


D1D 


Catholic 


W1 13-79 


019 


» Georqia Tech 


W 70-60 


D22 


Bucknell 


W 95-73 


D2B 


Karr-.-Oh'- 


W1 15-76 


D29 


Temr. e - 


W 85-B3 


J3 


• at Georgia Ted" 


W 83-74 


J5 


» at Wake Forest 


W 84-7B 


J1D 


• at NC State 


L 62-B7 


J12 


Pittsburgh 


W 95-88 


J16 (171 


' Clemson 


WB4-B3 


J20 (91 


» at No. Carolina 


W 92-BB 


J23 [151 


• NC State 


W 66-62 


J2B (151 [81 


at Notre Dame 


L 63-64 


J30 (12111 31 


» at Virqinia 


W 63-61 


F2 (121 [5] 


•Duke 


W101-B2 


F7 [7](111 


■ No. Carolina 


W 7D-69 


F9 171(1 61 


• at Clemson 


LB1-90 


F11 (7) 


Boston Unwersfcy 


W 99-76 


F13 IB] 


East Carolina 


W B5-72 


F16 (HUB] 


• at Duke 


LB1-66 


F20 (91 


• Wake Forest 


W 83-77 


F23 [91 


• Virqinia 


W 82-71 


F2B (71 


Georgia Tech (DT) 


W51-49 


F2S [711171 


Clemson ' 


W91-B5 


M1 [71 


Duke" 


L 72-73 


MB (Bl 


Tennessee 5 


W B6-75 


M14 [81(111 


Georgetown 6 


L BB-74 



1-at Hershey. Pa, [Hershey Parte ArenaJ; 2-at 
Washington D.C. {Municipal Armory); 3-Mary- 
(and Invitational at College Park, Md. (Cole Field 
House); 4-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, 
N.C. [Greensboro Coliseum]; 5-NCAA East Re- 
gion Second Round at Greensboro, N.C. 
(Greensboro CofeeumJ; B-NCAA East Regional 
at Philadelphia, Pa. (The SpectrumJ 



198041 

Record: 21-10 H: 12-3 A: 5-5 N: 4-2 


ACC: 8-6, 4th place, ACC Tournament Finalist 


Postseason: NCAA Second Round, AP No. 1 8, 
UPI No. 11 


N2B [41 


Navy 


W B6-64 


D2 [41 


American 


W 95-65 


D5 [4! 


Wagner 1 


W 96-73 


D6 [41(181 


at Syracuse 1 


W 83-73 


D10 [41 


Fairieioh Dick:nso r 


.'. :=-5: 


D13 [41 


at Louisville 


L 67-76 


D20 [91 


• NC State 


W 82-75 


D23 [91 


• at Georgia Tech 


W 66-55 


329 [91 


Marshall - 


W1 14-89 


D30 [91 


St Joseph's E 


W 74-57 


J3 191 


Wlliam £ Mar/ 


W B9-64 


J7 [81(1 81 


» at Nd. Carolina 


L 55-75 


J10 [81 


•Duke 


W 94-79 


J14 [101 


• Virqinia 


_ 64-6E 


J17 (101112) 


• at Clemson [QTl 


W 68-62 


J20 [1D1 


UMES 


WB1-B5 


J24 (1D1I131 


Notre Dame 


L 70-73 


J27 [141 


at Pittsburgh (DTI 


W B9-66 


J31 [141 


• Georgia Tech 


W72-B4 


F4 [131 [81 


• at Wake Forest 


L 60-67 


F7 [131 


• at Duke 


L 54-55 


F12 (191 


• Clemson 


W 72-70 


F15 [1911101 


• No. Carolina 


L 63-76 


F21 (201 (51 


• Wake Forest 


W 94-8D 


F25 [171 


• at NC State 


„ 7R.72 


F28 [171 [31 


• at Virqinia 


l 63-74 


M5 [201 


Duke 3 


W 56-53 


MB (201 [41 


Virqinia 3 


W 85-B2 


M7 (201(121 


No. Carolina 3 


L 60-61 


M12I1B) 


Tenn.-Chattanooqa 


"WB1-69 


M14I181 [SI 


Indiana " 


. 54-33 



1 -Carrier Classic at Syracuse, N.Y. [Carrier 
DomeJ; 2-Maryland Invitational at College Park, 
Md, (Cole Field House); 3-ACC Tournament at 
Landover, Md, (Capital Centre); 4-NCAA Mid- 
est Region First and Second Round at Dayton, 

[ 1 4 0jf : —>"' *"="s- : 



ACC: 5-9, 5th olace 


Postseason: N^ Second Round 


N27 




St. Peter's 


W 49-42 


N29 




Lafayette 


W 82-56 


D2 




Lonq Island 


W 87-79 


D5 




Georqe Mason 


W 74-62 


D7 




UMES 


W7B-64 


D9 




Towson 


W 75-59 


D12 




• at NC State 


L 53-74 


D19 




Ohio Unrversty 


-. 3- 


D23 




• Georgia Teen 


L 43-41: 


D29 


(161 


at UCLA 


_;~e: 


J5 


[11 


• No. Carolina 


L 53-55 


J9 




• at Duke 


W 40-36 


J12 


[31 


• at Virqinia (OT) 


L 40-45 


J16 




• Clemson 


W 62-57 


J20 




Canisius 


W91-73 


J23 




at Notre Dame 


L5 55 


J27 




at William S Mary 


W 50-43 


J30 




• at Georgia Tech 


L 63-64 


F3 


[131 


• Wake Forest 


W61-56 


FB 




• Duke 


W 77-60 


F7 




Hofstra 


W 94-59 


F11 


[21 


•at No. Carolina 


L 56-59 


F13 




• at Clemson 


L 66-75 


F20 




• at Wake Forest 1 


L 42-4B 


F24 




• NC State 


L 38-52 


F27 


[11 


■Viroinia (DT) 


W 47-46 


M5 




NC State 3 


-UL--..: 


M12 




Richmond 3 


W 66-50 


M1E 




Georgia 3 


L 69-B3 


1-at Greensboro, N.C. [Greersocr CofeeumJ; 
2-ACC Tournament at Greensboro. N.C. [Greens- 
bono Coliseum); 3-National Invitation Tournament 
at New York, N.Y. ffvlaoison Souare Garden! 


1982-83 

Record: 20-10 H: 14-3 A: 5-4 


11:1-3 


ACC: 6-6, 3rc 


place (tie) 




Postseason: NCAA Second Round 


N27 




Penn State ' 


L 79-97 


D1 




UMES 


W91-70 


D4 




at Canisius 


W 67-66 


DB 




St. Joseph's 


L 53-54 


D11 




Duquesne 


WB5-64 


D14 




Towson 


W 66-56 


D23 


(31 


_:_a got 


.-. 35 " 


J3 




American 


W 73-71 


J5 




William £ Mary 


W 56-51 


JB 


.-: 


■ Virqinia 


L 64-83 


J12 


(111 


• at No. Carolina 


;- 72 


J15 




•Duke 


L B7-B6 


J19 




• at Clemson 


W BD-B1 


J22 




Notre Dame 


W 68-67 


J26 




at Holy Crass a 


.'. 53-53 


J29 




• NC State 


W B6-B1 


J31 




Navy 


W 98-73 


F2 




Old Dominion 


W B7-67 


F5 




• GeorpjaTech 


.', 77-66 


F9 




• at Wake Forest 3 


L 66-79 


F16 


(31 


• No. Carolina 


W1 06-94 


F19 




• Clemson 


W 92-BB 


F21 




' at Duke 


W1D1-90 


F23 




• at George Tech 


.53" 


F2B 




• Wake Forest 


W 83-75 


M3 




• at NC State 


W 67-5B 


M7 


121 


• at Virqinia 


L81-B3 


M11 




Georqia Tech (OT) 


L5B-B4 


M17 


(151 


Tenn. -Chattanooga 


; .'. 52-51 


M22 


[11 


Houstor ■ 


l 3353 



1-at Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Arena); 2-at 
Worcester, Mess. (Worcester CentrumJ; 3-at 
Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 4- 
ACC Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. (Omni); 5- 
NCAA First and Second Round at Houston, 
Texas (The Summit) 



1983-84 

Record: 24-8 H: 13-2 A: 64 


N:5-2 


ACC: 9-5. 2nd pece, ACC Tournament Champion 


Postseason: NCAA 5weet 5ixteen, AP No. 1 1 . 
UPI No. 10 


N26 (8) Johns Hopkins 


W10B-B5 


D1 [61 Ohio State ' 


L 68-72 


D3 (6) Canisius 


W 77-55 


DB 111) Penn5tate = 


W 67-5B 


D10I11) at Duquesne 


W 7B-B7 


D14 [9! UME5 


W1 04-69 


D24 (Bl (B) Boston College 


W 89-76 


029 (Bl Randolph Macon 


3 W 5B-52 


D30 IB] La Salle 3 


W 96-83 


J4 [51(120 • at NC State 


W 59-55 



J7 (5) 


William S Mary 


W 56-44 


.•3 Bl : - : 


• No. Carolina 


L 62-74 


J14 [51 


• at Duke 


W 81-75 


J17 [7] 


■ Clemson 


W 85-72 


J21 [7] 


at Old Dominion 


W 69-58 


J2B (5) 


at Notre Dame 


L 47-52 


J31 [101 


• at Virqinia 


W B7-66 


F4 [101(18] 


• at George Tech GOT) L70-71 


F8 (13111 41 


• W. Forest EOT)' 


L 87-90 


= "• [131 


•Duke 


L84-B9 


F13 (131 


Dayton 


WS1-59 


F18 


• at Clemson [30T 


W 66-65 


F19 111 


• at No Cax"= 


L B3-78 


F23 


• Georqia Tech 


W 79-74 


F2B [15] 


• Wake Forest 


W 9D-79 


F29 [191 


• NC 5tate 


W 63-50 


■.- [19: 


• Virginia 


W 74-65 


M9 [141 


NC State = 


W 69-63 


M1 011 41(1 9) 


Wake Forest 5 


W 66-64 


M11 [141116] 


Duke 5 


W 74-62 


M17I111 


West virqinia = 


W1 02-77 


33 Rj 


nos " 


L 70-72 



1-at East Rutherford, N.J. (Brendan Byrne 
ArenaJ; 2- at Hershey, Pa. (Hershey Park Arena); 
3-Maryland Invitational at College Park , Md. (Cote 
Field House); 4-at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro 
Coliseum); 5-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, 
N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 6-NCAA Mideast 
Region Second Round at Birmingham, Ala. Bir- 
mingham Coliseum); 7-NCAA Mideast Regional 
at Lexington, Ky. (Pupp Arena) 



1984-85 

Record: 25-12 H: 14-2 A: 7-6 


N:44 


ACC: B-6, 4th place !tel 


Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 


N23 [19] 


Kansas ' 


L 5B-5B 


N24 


at Ala.-Anchoraqe 


W 54-52 


.33 


Tennessee 


W 72-49 


D1 


West Virqinia 


W 56-47 


D5 


Cleveland State 


W95-B4 


33 


at Alabama 


W 59-54 


D11 


3": 3":; 


A "5 ~ 


D13 


UMES 


W B7-4B 


D22 


at Loyola (Md.) 


W 81-74 


325 


Iowa (OT) 3 


W 7B-B8 


D27 


at Hawaii 2 


W 79-71 


D2B [101 


Georqia Tech 2 


L B9-7D 


J2 [19)11 71 


•NC State 


W 58-56 


J5 1191 


at Dayton 


L 53-3" 


J9 [51 


• at No. Carolina 


L 74-75 


J14 (21 


• Duke (OT) 


W 7B-76 


.'5 


• Clemson 


W 94-64 


J19 


at UNLV 


L 76-78 


J21 


Holy Cross 


W 99-75 


J2B 


Notre Dame 


W 77-65 


J27 ': -. 


Villanova 


W 77-74 


J30 [17] 


• Virqinia 


71-56 


F2 [171 IB] 


• Georgia Tech 


L 60-72 


F4 (171 


Old Dominion 


W 87-75 


FB [201 


• at Wake Fo r es: 


W 64-62 


F9 (20) B) 


' at Duke 


L 62-70 


F13 (20)1131 


• No. Carolina 


L 54-60 


F17 (201 


• at Clemson 


L 64-71 


F19 [201 [81 


• at Gecrqa Tech 


L 43-48 


F21 


Towson 


W 91-38 


F24 


• Wake Forest 


W 69-66 


F27 [16] 


• at NC State 


W 71-70 


M3 


• at Virginia 


W 60-55 


MB [71 


Duke 


. 73-86 


M15 


Miami-OHIOTJ" 


W 69-66 


M17 


Navy" 


WB4-59 


M22 


Villanova 5 


L 43-46 



1 -Great Alaska Shootout at Anchorage, Alaska 
(Sullivan Arena); 2-Rainbow Oassic at Honolulu, 
Hawaii (Blaisdell Center); 3-ACC Tournament at 
Atlanta, Ga. (Omni); 4-NCAA Southeast Region 
First and Second Round at Dayton, Ohio (Day- 
ton ArenaJ; 5-NCAA Southeast Regional at Bir- 
mingham, Ala. (Birmingham Coliseum) 



1985-86 

Record: 19-14 H: 10-5 A: 6-7 N: 3-2 


ACC: 33 5r :e:5 


Postseason: NCAA Second Round 


N23119) Northeastern 


.', B4-72 


N2BI17] at Georqe Mason 


W81-BD 


N30117) at Dhip State 


L 6B-7B 


D3 Fairieioh Dickinson 


W 74-51 


D5 William S Marv 


W 77-48 


D7 (14) UNLV 


LB1-B4 


D12 at West Virqinia 


W 42-41 


D13 Towson 


W91-5B 


D21 Alabama 


W 60-56 



D28 




Stanford ' 


W 67-65 


D29 




at Hawaii-Pacffic 1 


W 92-85 


J4 




•Duke 


L 75-81 


J7 




q ="0" "v1=::n 


.'. 74-53 


J11 




1 a: 3e:"~e Tech 


L 5 _ -53 


J14 




• No. Carolina 


L 67-71 


J19 




• at Virqinia 


L 49-7D 


J23 




• NC State 


L 55-67 


J25 


(2) 


• at Duke 


L 6B-B0 


J2B 




• Wake Forest 


W 77-55 


F1 




2: Villanova 


I.B2-& 


F3 


(14] 


at Notre Dame 


L 62-69 


FB 




• Demson 


W 7B-69 


F13 


[171 


• at NC State 


W 67-6B 


F15 




' at Clemson 


L BD-70 


F17 




UMES 


W 91-44 


F20 


(1) 


• at No. Carolina 10TIW 77-72 


F22 


[51 


• Georqia Tech 


L 70-77 


F26 




• at Wake Forest E 


W 59-48 


M1 




• Virqinia 


.' 37-73 


M7 


(4) 


No. Carolina - 


i-.'z 


MB 


IB) 


Georgia Tech 3 


L 62-64 


M14 




Pepperdine £ 


WB9-B4 


M16 


(111 


UNLV" 


L B4-70 



1 -Hawaii-Pacific Tournament at Wafluku, Hawaii 
(War Memorial CofeeumJ; 2-at Greensboro, N.C. 
(Greensboro CofeeumJ; 3-ACC Tournament at 
Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); A- 
NCAA First and Second Pound at Long Beach, 
Calif. (Long Beach Arena) 



Bob Wade 




3 Seasons 
l986-87to 
1988-89 
Bee: 3640 
Conf.: 7-35 



1986-87 

Record: 9-17 H: B-B A: 1-B N: 



0-1 



ACC: 0-14, 8th 


027 




.'. nthrap 


W 76-58 


D29 




Fairteiqh Dickinson 


W 70-59 


D31 




Notre Dame 


L 50-63 


J3 


(191 


• at NC State 


L 47-B9 


J5 




Towson 


A 79-71 


JB 


[31 


• at No. Carolina 


L 65-9B 


J10 




• Virqinia 


LB4-71 


J14 


(141 


• Duke 


LB1-B5 


J17 


[12] 


• at Clemson 


. H4--7J! 


J19 




Bucknell 


W 77-6B 


J21 




West Virginia 


W B5-B2 


J24 




at Old Dominion 


L 73-87 


J2B 




at James Madison 


W 90-76 


F1 




• at Georqia Tech 


L 72-76 


F2 




• at Wake Forest 


L 5B-B9 


F4 


[121 


• Clemson 


L 79-80 


F7 


(161 


• at Duke 


L 67-76 


F10 




• Georqia Tech 


L 74-7B 


F14 


[31 


• No. Carolina 


L 8B-93 


F16 




3e-ra Florida 


W 73-55 


F1B 




UMBC 


W7B-64 


F22 




• Wake Forest 


L 6B-75 


F25 




• NC State 


L 72-B5 


F27 




UMES 


W1 17-51 


M1 




• at Virginia 


L 77-82 


MB 


(2) 


No. Carolina ' 


L 63-82 


^ACC Tournament at Landover, 
Centre! 


vW. [Capital 


1987-88 

Record: 18-13 H: B-A A: 6-7 N 


4-2 


ACC: 6-8, 5tr 


place 




Postseason: NCAA Second Round 


N27 




Loyola (Md.) ' 


W 74-60 


N2B 




Mississippi ' 


W 77-69 


D3 




Wintihrop 


W B5-52 


D5 




at West Virqinia 


L 49-75 


DB 




at Mount St. Mary's W 82-54 


D10 




East Carolina 


A 75-59 


D12 




at Louisiana State 


L 54-55 


D2B 




South Carolina 


W 82-77 


D30 




Arkansas 


W BB-B1 


J2 




• Wake Forest 


W 93-7B 


JB 




at Missoun 


L 85-93 


J9 




• Clemson 


.'. 53-33 


J14 


(21 


' No. Carolina 


.35 71 


J16 


[71 


• at Duke 


W 72-69 


J20 




• at Virginia 


L 72-84 



J27 




• NC State 


LB1-B3 


F2 




at Notre Dame 


W 7B-75 


=5 




at Old Dominipn 


W 70-65 


=3 




• Georgia Tech 


L 83-96 


F1D 




• at Clemson 


W 70-66 


F13 


I8) 


•Duke 


L 83-90 


F17 




• at Georgia Te:~ 


L82-104 


F20 


Bl 


■ at No. Carolina 


L 73-74 


F25 




UMES 


W101-51 


C3 _ 




• at Wake Forest 2 


W 70-65 


M3 


[16] 


• at NC State 


L 68-74 


M5 




• Virginia 


,'. 32-53 


M11 


I1B] 


Georgia Tech 3 


W 64-67 


M12 


(9) 


No. Carolina 3 


L 64-74 


Ml 5 




UC Santa Barbara 


- W 92-82 


'.33 


[6) 


Kentucky " 


LB1-90 



1 -MCI Harbor Classic at Baltimore, Md. (Balti- 
more Arena); 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 Coliseum} 



1988-89 

Record: 9-20 H: 5-9 A: 0-10 N: 4-1 


ACC: 


1-13, Bth place 




N25 




Texas Christian 1 


.'. 74-67 


N26 




Georqia State 1 


W 69-62 


D1 




UMES 


W 97-53 


05 




at South Carolina 


L 51-57 


D7 




Morqen State 


W 73-61 


D10 
D13 





at Arkansas 
Monmouth 


L 68-73 
W 74-70 


D27 




West Virqinia 


LB1-69 


D29 




Lamar 3 


W 74-65 


D30 




a: Texas-E Pas: ; 


..'-. -5i; 


J2 




Louisiana State 


L 77-79 


J4 




• at Wake Forest 


L 60-70 


J7 




• at Clemson 


L 5B-75 


J11 


(8) 


•at No. CaroSna 


L 72-88 


J14 


[1] 


•Duke 


L 72-B2 


J17 




• Virqinia (OT) 


L5B-B4 


J24 


El 


Missouri 


L 73-87 


J29 


[151 


NC State 


L 67-90 


F1 




UMBO 


.',■ 73-53 


F4 




• at Georqia Tech 


L 74-B7 


F7 




■ Clemson 


W 96-87 


F11 


(14! 


• at Duke 


L 60-66 


F14 




• Georqia Tech 


L 66-67 


F19 


[81 


• No. Carolina 


L 75-BB 


=33 




1 Wake Forest 


L 61-75 


M2 


(20) 


• at NC State 


L 77-94 


M5 




• at Virqinia 


L 59-66 


M10 


[171 


NC State 3 


W 71-49 


M11 


[91 


No. Carolina 3 


L 58-88 


1 -Freedom Bowl Classic at /rvt'ne, Calif. IBren 
Events CenterJ; 2-Sun Bowl Tournament at S 
Paso, Texas (Spedal Events CenterJ; 3-ACC 
Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. fOmntf 



Gary Williams 

15 Seasons 
1989-90 to 
Present 
Rec: 315-165 
Conf.: 132-105 




1989-90 

Record: 19-14 H: 12-4 A: 3-6 



N:4-4 



ACC: 6-8, 5th place (tie) 


Postseason: NIT Second Round 


N25 


Delaware State 


W B7-53 


N27 


Auqusta College 


W105-74 


D1 


South Carolina ' 


L 51-52 


32 


Army 1 


W 78-60 


D4 


Connecticut 2 


L 65-87 


D9 


Jacksonville 


W BB-53 


D12 


Coppin State 


L B3-70 


D22 


3e:-:a Mass- - 


W104-B6 


D23 


E. Tennessee State 5W 91 -86 


D24 


Sacramento State 


3 W 9B-6B 


D3D 


Alcorn State 


W1 10-91 


J4 


• Wake Forest 


W 88-82 


J6 


• at Clemson 


L 77-82 


J10 


• No. Carolina 


.', 33-33 


J13 


(10) -at Duke 


L 80-91 


J17 


• at Virqinia 


W 74-72 


J20 


Boston Unrversrty " 


L 61-65 


J22 


South Florida 


W 84-66 



-■■- k. 



■ i mi ml— 






il Four: 2001,2m 

EC TournamentHUes:-/ffi*,-/sM;a«w 

ACC Regular Season Titles': ws, wsi ms,zm 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETB 




-27 




• at NC State 


L 61-81 


22 




.""3 ~=Z~ 


W 89-80 


F3 


[171 


• Georgia Tech 


L S4-90 


F7 




■ Clemson 


L 73-75 


F10 


[41 


• Duke (OH 


L111-114 


F13 


[13 


• st Gec-c 3 T33- 


L7B-S0 


F17 




• at No. C=-c -a 


W 80-76 


F19 




at St. Ce'r-a 


W 64-62 


Faa 




UMBC 


W1 13-61 


F24 




■ at Wake F;-eat 


L 74-84 


F2B 




•NC State 


W 96-95 


'.'3 




1 ."' = 


W B9-74 


M9 


Ha 


:.'E = 


L84-104 


M15 




'v'astettiusette : 


W 91-81 


'." = 




at Pern State 


L 78-80 



1-ACOBig East Ciallenge at Hartford, Conn. 
Hartford Cm Center]; 2-fiesta Sow) Classic 
at Tucson. Anr. (McKafe Center); 3-ACC Tour- 
nament at Charlotte, N.C. [Crs.-.ctte Co ss-m! 

1992-93 

Record: 12-16 Hi 3-7 A; 2-8 N: 2-1 
ACC: 2-14, 8th p'ate 



D1 



UMBC 



W1 03-80 



D5 



D7 



: VV£5t'/-q-5 L 72-35 



-'.■;; 



W 94-63 



D10 



American 



at La Salle 



W 93-76 



Towson 



W 78-68 



1-Central Fidelity Classic at Richmond. Va. 
/Bobbins Center); 2-ACOBg East Challenge, 
Hartford at Conn. (Hartford Civic Centeri; 3- 

N.C. (Charlotte CoSseum); ^National Invitation 
Tournament at Coflege Park, Md. (Cole Field 
House]; 7-Naoonal Invitation Tournament at 
Steffi College, Pa. (Recreation Sit'ding) 

1990-91 

Record: 18-12 Hi 11-3 A; 3-8 N:2-1 
ACC: 5-9, 7-rcs:e 



Morgan State W1D3-63 



_3-3 5 



W 72-B7 



\25 



':,■.;:' 



Southern California W 72-59 
at West Vlrgjiia L B5-90 



D8 



Boston College ' LB5-100 
etJeoksonvJe L 70-71 



J2 




Howard 


W1 09-89 


J5 


MO) 


Georaja Tech 


L 75-85 


J9 


[Bl 


at No. Csro'.na 


L73-101 


J13 


at Florida State 


L85-105 


JIB 


,'.535 Fc-est 


L 73-86 


J19 


_•: 5-3-5 


:, 33 "5 


J23 


3: '.: State 


W 70-65 


J2S 


53 3 3-33- 


L 72-82 


J30 


[7] 


Duke 


L 62-78 


F4 


[24] 


Virqinia 


L 68-70 


FE 


[221 


at Georqa Tech 


L 79-93 


F9 


[61 


No. Caroina 


L 63-77 


F13 


[101 


F'cr.da State 


L 84-87 


F17 


[101 


at Wake Forest 


L 84-88 


F24 


NC State 


W 88-71 


F27 


Clemson 


L 73-81 


M3 


[Bl 


at Duke 


L 79-95 


M6 


at Virginia 


L 74-88 



W 93-79 M11 



NC State 2 



W 76-55 



WB44B M12 [11 No. CargjnflJ 



■55- '52 



D27 



,'. "E-ES 



J2 



■at Waxe Forest L B2-74 



1 -at Baltimore, 
':-""=~5": 5: 
seumj 



Md. (Baltimore Arena): 2-ACC 
Charlotte. N.C. (Charlotte Co* 



' _e~tt" 



WB1-B5 



J7 



UM6C 



.2 



w 92-ee 1993-94 



[5] • at No. Caroiira L73-105 p ecord . 1a _ 1a H . 10 . 3 A . 4 . B N . 4.3 



J16 



1141 -Virgina 



1 78 - 34 ACC: B-B. 4th place toe) 



L 62-76 



J19 



atSc.tr. Re 



WB7-B1 



.22 



.2= 



■ NC State 



sity W B5-59 



Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sateen, 
USATodayCNNNo. 11 



W104-1QC 



J29 



4-5-55- 



W 72-69 



N2B 
N27 



J1S at Gecrcetcyvr (OT) 'WB4-B3 
Cornel W 92-41 



N30 

[231 'at Get": a Tech L 65-80 q| — 



Hce- 



• a: 2 5-53- 



L 69-73 



UMBC 



(6! ■ at Duke 



LB1-101 



D4 



Morgan State W B5-62 



F13 



■ Georgia Tech W 36-93 fjjjj - 



Oklahoma 3 



Towson 3 



W1 09-71 



F19 



F23 



at vlrgima Tech 



D28 



Hofstra' 



1 ,'.5'5 F3-53: 



W 86-78 



F27 



• at NC State 



L91-114 



M2 



"25 • at Vlrg-na IQT] W 78-74 



1-ACCVBig East Challenge at Richmond, Va. 
.-:-- t-Ettf-- 2-35=5 -: 35. =553 3 

at Mew York, N.V. (Madison Square Garden) 

1991-92 

Record: 14-15 H: 10-5 A: 2-7 N: 2-3 



AC C: 2" it- 33:5 



N23 



N26 



Mount St. Mary's W B3-53 



UMES 



W1 15-60 



N30 



4-5-33- 



:, 33-65 






D7 



D1D 



WestV-qna 



W101-91 



2: _3-3. 5 



L 79-96 



Towstn 



W 83-76 



D29 


3: 


'.'3 = ;3f -SettS ' 


L 80-94 


J4 


'2: 


• at Gecrq 3 Teen 


W91-BB 


JB 


i2i 


• No. Carolina 


_ 70-75 


J11 




1 Florida State 


.'. 30-74 


J15 




• at Wake Forest 


.'. 61-53 


J22 1251 




• NC State 


/V102-7C 


J2B [181 




1 Clemson 


, 72-53 


J29 [181 


:=: 


• at Duke 


. 62-75 


F2 [211 




• at Virginia 


_35- - 2 


F5 [211 




■ Georgia Tech 


. = '-55 


F10 


in 


•at No. Carolina 


L 89-95 


F12 




' at Ronda State 


W 69-66 


F1B 




• Wake Forest 


.'. 2 ' 53 


F19 




Lovola (Md.) 


W 94-71 


F23 




' at NC State 


L 71-79 


F26 




' at Cemson 


L 67-73 


M2 


2: 


•Duke 


.53 "3 


M5 




' Virginia 


W 70-63 



D23 



Rider 



W 83-69 



= .5 35-3 ; 



030 




i.3~3 . 3 : 


L 64-75 


J5 


■ 


' a: Gec-o a Tech 


-3^-32 


J8 


ID 


■Duke 


- 53-33 


J11 




• at NC State 


LHIl-H'i 


J13 


[141 


• at No Cant' na 


-"5-33 


J18 




• = :- :5 State 3~ 


.33-91 


J22 




' Wske Fifest 


L 76-86 


J25 




• Clemson 


WB4-71 


J29 




' 3: Virqir 5 


L 75-82 


F5 




• 3t Florida State 


W 93-B5 


F9 


124) 


• Gecrq a Tech 


L 65-67 


F13 




• \: 3:513 


W 77-74 


F20 


(1) 


• 5: 2. ■-- 


L B9-91 


F22 




' 3t C 3TS0n 


L 7D-B2 


F25 




UNC Greersboro 


W 84-55 


M1 


110) 


• No. Carolina 


■.'. 52-23 


M5 




• at Wake Forest 


W 77-6B 


M7 




' Virqinia 


L 74-76 



M11 




Virginia ~ 


-33 32 


M17 


(241 


St. Lous s 


,'. 74-6E 


M19 


(B) 


Massachusetts - 


W 95-B7 


M25 


111) 


'.' I" 33" " 


_-'-"3 



1-at Landover, Md. (Capital Centre}; 2-at Okla- 
homa Dty, Okia. (The Myriad): 3-at Baltimore, 
Md. Baltimore Arena): 4-Hati of Fame Classic 
at Springfield, Mass. (Springfield Civic Center): 
5-ACC Tournament at Charlotte, N.C. (Char- 
lotte Coliseum); 6-NCAA Midwest Region first 
and Second Rounds at Wichita, Kan. (Kansas 
Coliseum}; 7-NCAA Midwest Regional at Dates, 
Texas (Reunion Arena) 

1994-95 

Record: 26-8 H: 16-0 A: 4-4 N: 6-4 
ACC: 1 2-4, ACC Regular Season forjhampon 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sateen. AP No. 10. 
USA Today/CNN No. 1 1 



M8 



\2- :~ 



Chammade ' 



M9 



[11 Duke 3 



WB1 ' 75 N22 [71 Utah' 



.'. 233" 



W 90-78 

L a7 ' 34 N23 (7! Angora State' L 90-97 

N23M11 Loyola (Md.) W 92-62 



D3 [111 


Bucknell 


W 102-84 


D!i 


UMBC 


W 102-77 


33 :": 


Colgate 


W1 13-53 


D10I11] El 


Massachuss" = 


L 74-85 


D12I12I 


Towson 


.'.'22 "2 


D23I11) 


Morqan State 


W 138-72 


D27 [9! 


La Sale 


W 96-80 


030 19) 


American 


W 98-77 


J4 [71(24] 


■ Gecroia Tech 


W B0-67 


- :t. in 


•at No. Carolina 


L90-100 


-'3 :3: 


' 3t Ff 35 2:533 


W 70-57 


J14 2 - 


' ,','5<5 F3~53t 


W 76-66 


J22 [Bl 


' at NC State 


W 64-67 


J25 [Bl 


' at Clemson 


.'. 56-51 


J2B [Bl 


•Duke 


.'. 74-72 


F1 [5)11 5) 


• Virqinia 


W 71-62 


F4 (51(211 


• at Eeorqia Tech 


L91-100 


F7 [3 (11 


• No. Carofara 


W B6-73 


F11 [3 


• Ro-da State 


W 80-65 


F15 [71114] 


• at Wake Forest 


L 54-63 


= '2 (71 


Cincinnati 3 


W 74-72 


F22 (71 


•NC State 


W 84-71 


F25 m 


• _5~33" 


WB4-68 


M1 IB] 


• at Duke 


A 94-92 


M5 [61(1 31 


• at Virginia 


- B7-92 


M10I101 


Rorida State fl 


W 71-64 


:: 4i 


No Carolina [OT] - 


L 92-97 


M16I1D1 


Gorcaga 5 


W 87-83 


M1BI101 


Texas 5 


W 82-88 


M23I1DI (3 


Connecticut e 


L 89-99 



1-Maui fnvftatjonal at Lshaina. l-fewari (Lahaina 
C'mc Center); 2-at Baltimore, Md. Baltimore 
Arena); 3-at San Antonio, Texas (AlamodomeJ; 
A-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum); 5-NCAA West Region 
First and Second Pound at Salt Lake City, Utah 
Uon Huntsman Center); 6-NCAA West Regional 
=z CsvB'o. Ca ' ; . '.Ob'k'b'c C- ; =£^~'j 



1995-96 

Record: 17-13 H: 11-3 A: 3-5 N: 3-5 


ACC: 8-8, 4th dace toe] 


Postseason: NCAA Frst Round 


N24 [14] [1] 


Kentucky ' 


L 84-96 


N27 : ■ 2: 


Towson E 


W 70-67 


02 [191 [51 


Me5sschusetts 3 


L 47-50 


D3 [191 


George Wash nqtan 


JWBB-BI 


06 [201 


Howard 


W BB-71 


D9 [201 


UCLA- 


L 63-73 



D23 



W104-79 



322 




UMES 


W1D4-BB 


J3 




• at Georgia Tech 


LB4-9B 


J6 


[181 


' No. Carolina [OT] 


L BB-BB 


J13 


(81 


• at Wake Forest 


L 64-77 


J17 




Delaware State 


W11B-55 


J20 




' NC State [OT] 


W 77-74 


J24 


[18] 


' Clemson 


W 65-60 


J28 




• at Duke 


L 73-B3 


F1 




• at Virginia 


W 80-72 


F3 


[251 


• Georgia Tech 


W 88-74 


F6 


[121 


• at No. Carolina 


W 84-78 


F1D 




• at Rorida State 


L7B-100 


F15 


[81 


• Wake Forest 


L 78-85 


F18 




Missouri 


W 91-72 


F22 




• at NC State 


W 8S-B4 


F24 




• at Clemson 


L 61-68 


=23 




•Duke 


L 75-77 


M2 




• Virginia 


W 83-71 


M4 




• Rorida State 


W 88-76 



MS 


Duke 3 


W 82-69 


M9 


[1B] Georgia Tech 5 


- "3- 


M15 


Santa Clara 3 


L 79-91 



1 -Hall of Fame Tip-Off Osssc at Spnngfield, 
Mass. (Springfield Civic Center); 2-at Baltimore, 
Md. (Baltimore Arena); 3-Frsnkin Natxr&l Bank 
Qassc at isndover, Md. (USAir Arena), d-Jo^ 
Wooden Classic at Anaheim, Calif. (Arrowheaa 
Pond of Anaheim): 5-ACC Tournament at 
Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro CofeeumJ; 6- 
NCAA West Region First Round at Tempe. Aw. 
(Speoal Events Center) 



1996-97 

Record: 21-11 H: 11-3 A: 5-4 N: 5-4 


ACC: 9-7, 4th pace (oe) 


Postseason: NCAA Rrst Round, AP No. 22 


N26 Howard 


W 93-55 


NX Towson State 


W 93-76 


D2 Chicago State 


','. 94J4 


D4 UMBC 


.', 5- 5 ' 


08 California ' 


'.V 32 54 


D9 George Washington 


.'. "3 53 


D12 Georga Tech 


W 77-63 



D21 [251 


Amencen 


WB1-74 


023 [211 


Lafayette 


W1 08-87 


D27 [211 


Pittsburgh 3 


W 66-83 


D2B [211 


33 -3.15 ; 


W 76-59 


D30I191 


G33-3 5 DTi 3 


L 85-73 


M [19] 


. f" 3 


W 78-82 


.3 :•=::• 2: 


at No Cart "a 


W 85-75 


J12 [191 


at NC State 


W 68-59 


J15 [111 [3 


Clemson 


.23 3" 


J19 [111 121 


at Wake Fo-est 


W 54-51 


J21 [71 


=5"3y ,'3"5 3 


W1 03-73 


J2B [7H101 


Duke 


W 74-70 


J29 [51 


at For 35 2:5:5 


L 70-74 


F1 [51 [21 


Wake Forest 


L 69-74 


F5 [71 


NC State 


W 66-55 


FB [71I1D1 


at Clemson 


L 68-80 


F13 [10] 


Ronda State 


W 73-57 


F15 [101 


'.'S3333-_35fS ~ 


L61-7B 


F19 [14] 


53 G53-: 5 ~53" 


W 76-68 


F22 [141112] 


No. CaroLna 


LB1-93 


F27 [13 (71 


at Duke 


L 69-81 


M2 113 


at Virqinia 


L 74-81 


M7 I23I1 3 


Clemson 5 


W 78-61 


MB 122] 


NC State 5 


L 58-85 


M1 3 (23(161 


Ct 535 3- 2-3- sstcn 3 L6B-75 



1 -Franklin National Bank. Classic at Landover, 
Md. (USAir Arena); 2-Rainbow Classic at Hono- 
lulu, Hawaii (Blalsdell Center); 3-at Baltimore. 
Md. Baltimore Arena); 4-at Worcester, Mass. 
Worcester Centrum); 5-ACC Tournament at 
Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum): 6- 
NCAA Southeast Region First Round at Mem- 
phis, Tenn. (The PyramidJ 

1997-98 

Record: 21-11 H:12-2 A: 3-5 N: 6^1 

ACC: 10-6, 3rd place 

Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen, AP Nd. 20. 

USATcdayiNABCNo. 22 

N14 [71 South Carolina IDT] ' L 72-78 
N18 Feirleigh Dickinson W 81-70 



35 





H 


:33- ; 3 3 = 


.'. 32-33 


D7 


1. 




:: - 


32 75 


D12 


li 


5: 


: -5-:-:- 


L91-1D3 


D1S 


3 




: - :r: - : 


','.' 81-58 


022 


33. 




^lorth Texas 


.'. 32 3" 


027 


H 




:3-f 33-3 -~ 5s 


■- ■-: 


-2 


- 


.2: 


Duxe 


.54-82 


J7 


3 




atv-c-a 


.'. "-25 


J1D 


H 




NC State 


.'. 2-: -2 


J13 


5: 


B 


5t No Ca-3 -a 


.'. 52- _ 3 


-'2 


- 






W 77-62 


u=4 


- 




at C emsf '.CT. 


W 81-79 


J27 


14 




Ft- 33 EtH3e 


.'.'3-3- 


J31 


4: 




33 .'.'3-I5 F3-SSt 


L 72-85 


F3 


[71 


L2: 


at Duke 


L 77-95 


F6 


(7! 




.3-3 


WES-72 


F1D 


- 




at NC State 


W 83-50 


F13 


(7::i2: 


'.3 33-3 -3 


WB1-84 


F21 


B 




_-53-3 3 53- 


W 91-60 


F24 


H 




3 3~53" 


W 77-60 


F27 


\z. 




at Florida State 


W 84-75 


'.'2 


z. 




=3-3= State - 


W 93-69 


M6 


151(15! 


.3 33-3 -5 - 


L 79-86 


M11 


CHI 




.3 33-533 : 


W 82-60 


M13 


.;: 




Ireightcn 5 


W 75-63 


M1B 


H 


:-. 


3t. John's E 


- 62-7E 



N22 



Mount St. Mary's W1 02-74 N17 



1 -Puerto Rico Shootout at Bayamon, P.P. 

.2.35- 5 3-5-3 235-33 Zz~ ': 2 222" 2 53 

sic at WasWigton, D.C. (MCI Center]; 3-at Bal- 
amore, Md. (Baldrnore Arena]; 4-ACC Toums- 
-—: e: =-35-533-3 \ 3 13-35-533-3 L~: ■ 
seum); 5- NCAA South Region first and Sec- 
ond Rounds at Orlando, Fla. (Orlando Arena!; 
6-NCAA South Regional at KnoxviJe, Tenn. (Th- 

33-3S3.--B3 "q 4-5.-3.1 

1999-00 

Record: 25-10 H: 15-1 A: 4-5 N: 6^1 

ACC: 11-5, 2nd place, ACC Tc---5~e-: F-5 5: 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round, AP No. 1 7 
USATodayiESPNNo. 25 



San Francisco ' W 71-61 



Rorida International W1 17-70 N19 



Tulane 



W 78-70 



D4 12311171 • at Clemson DTI L 65-73 N22 '24! Fa -'a:- L2 3-.-33- V. '54-15 



D7 [23 12) Kansas 2 



W 86-83 N24(24!:f: Kentuoxy : 



-23 5 



03 [191 G;3-c5 ','.'33-3333- : L SS-72 N25 24: Notre Dame ' 



D13I191 UMBC 



W1D4-E 



N30I241 



Icyva 3 



W 83-65 



W1 10-52 D4 [241(16! Ifno 



W 69-67 



D27 [20] UNC Wilmington W 74-3E 05 [24! George Was" ngcgtj - L 59-74 

D7 [211 WinthroplOT) W 76-65 

D11 [211123 Kentucky .'. "2-55 



D30 1201 


3t Misscun 


L 79-83 


J3 1201 13 


■ Duke 


L72-104 


J7 113 


' F 3- 35 State 


W 81-74 


J10 


• at NC State 


W 68-65 


J14 111 


• No. Carolina (OT! 


W B9-B3 


J17 


• 5: Wake Forest 


L 80-72 


J21 


' 5: Geo-03 Tech 


W 70-87 


24 ;2i: 


• Clemson 


W 74-89 


.22 222: !1! 


• at Duke 


L 59-86 


fi 22: 


• Virginia 


W 77-70 


F7 (251 


• at Ronda State 


W 68-62 


F1 ' .'--'. 


• NC State 


W 7B-63 


= '4 224: [1! 


• at No. Cart na 


L 67-B5 


= '2 25: 


• Wake Forest 


L 79-83 


=2' 22: 


• Georgia Tech 


W 81-69 


=2- 


• at Vlrqma 


W 74-66 



D27114] George Mason W 59-55 



252:'-: 



UMBC 



.'. =2-22 



J2 [141 Coastal Carolina W10048 



J6 [13 



• at NC State 



J9 113 El -Duke 



- _ 3-33 



J15 (13 



• 53 =53^: 3 Teen L S3-S9 



.'.S-,5-3-53: 



W 71-53 



J22 (24i 



,'. "-22 



J27 (23 



J29 (23 



at Ronda State WB2-63 



F6 Ea 



' Vrg-a 



W 91-79 



■ NC State 



W 78-73 



F9 E31 G! 'atDake 



W 98-87 



F13 [231(19! at Te—'e 



L 65-73 



=22 (24: 


Temple 3 


W B3-6B 


'.'5 :23" 


Georgia Tech J 


.'. 22-52 


'- 22 


No. Carolina (OT! - 


-"2 22 


'."2 22: 


Utah State 5 


W 82-68 


M14E01E3 


Illinois 5 


.', 5" 5 ' 


M19E01 (4! 


Arizona 3 


. 79-B7 



F16 [23 



• George Tech W 92-70 



• at Wake Forest W 73-67 



F22 [19! 



: 2 3-5:- 



W 76-63 



W 81-73 



M1 [171 



• Ronda State W 85-70 



1-Back Coaches Association Classic at Minne- 
apolis, Minn. (Target Center]; 2-Frenk&i National 
Bank Classic at Washington. D.C. (MCI Center); 
3-at Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore ArenaJ; A-ACC 
Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro 
Cciiseumj, 5-NCAA West Region First and Sec- 
ond Round at Sacramento, Csif. (Arco Arena); 
5 ',533 ,155: =353-5 5: 4-5-5^ C5 - 4-. 
iPondof Anaheim] 



5f. -3-5" L 67-89 



M1 0(201 HoridaSBoa 5 WB2-81 



M1K20! NC State 3 



.'. 5-5' 



M12E0! [3 Duke 3 



L5=-=: 



M16117I 



lona 3 



W 74-59 



M1B1171 



UCLA' 



L70-105 



1998-99 

Record: 28-6 H: 13-1 A: 7-3 N: 8-2 


ACC: '3-3, 2nd place 


Postseason: NCAA Syveet Sateen. AP No. 5. 
USAToday/NABCNo.B 


N14 [61 


Western Caroire W1 13-46 


N17 [61 


UMBC .', 22-52 


\22 :=: 


Hofstre ','. 5=5= 


N23 [51 


C-3-53-5 W 81-47 


N26 [51 


5- 4L =-;-;: =:: ,'.22 22 


\=- Bida 


-2.4 y\' "2-54 


N28 Bl 


= -353 3- .'. 5" 22 


23 Z 


WBkeForest W92-69 



1 -Preseason NIT at Cofege Park, Md. (Cole fie* 
House); 2-Pres8ason NIT et New v orfc. NY. 
(Maoison Square Garden); 3-ACOBg Ten Chal- 
lenge et Setemore, Md, [Baltimore Arena); 4- 
BBST Qassc at Washngton, D.C. (MO Cen- 
ter); 5-ACC Tournament at Charlotte, N.C 
(Chanbtte Coteeum); 6-NCAA Mdwest Regon 
first and Second Pound ac Mhneapots. Mm. 
"- \'e:-3---~=' 



2000-01 

Record: 25 


• H: 11-3 A: 6-3 N: 8-5 


ACC: 2-5 2 


.- 3 555 




Postseason; \2- 
APNo. 11.USAToaayiKPNNo.4 


\32 .=' 


Lousy s 


,'. 32 "2 


N21 (3 (3 


-35 


.52=2 


N22 (61 


Devton 


L 71-77 


6 



I4l 



MARYLAND BASKETBALL 



-5S&3 



D f "r , fe V ft ? ' f. f Iff? ' f , » " f f ; r ! 7 »f 



-~i 




Ng9H311S31 at Wisconsin 3 [QT1 L 75-7B 



D2 [131 


Michigan 3 


W S2-51 


D3 [131 


Georqe Washinqtor 


* 71-63 


DB [191 


Stony Brook 


AH07-59 


D9 1191 


at Pennsylvania 


W B7-B1 


D13'2C 


UMBC 


W 93-B7 


D23 EDI 


Norfolk State 


W1 23-79 


C27::s: 


Chicago State 


W1 17-55 


D3011B1 


UMES 


.', ' :s-:3 



J2 [171 


• at Clemson 


W1 04-92 


JB [171 


» Georqia Tech 


.V =3-?: 


J1D [141 [91 


• No. Carolina 


LEG-BE 


J14 [141 


» at Flonda State 


W 76-55 


J17 [131101 


• Wake Forest 


W 81-71 


J21 [121 


■ at NC State 


W 75-B1 


J27 [81 [21 


• Duke (OT) 


L 9B-9B 


J31 [911111 


• at Virginia 


L 78-99 


F4 [91 


» Clemson 


i bp-5- 


FE [131 


• at Georqia Tech 


L B2-72 


F10 [131 [11 


• at No. Carolina 


L B2-96 


F14 [171 


• Flonda State 


L 71-74 


F17 [1711231 


• at Wake Forest 


W 73-57 


F20 [201 


•NC State 


W 95-66 


F24I2D1I1BI 


Oklahoma 


W 6B-60 


F27I1B1 [21 


» at Duke 


"■■ 2" 33 


M3 [161 [71 


» Virginia 


W1 02-67 



M9 [11 11221 Wake Forest" 



W71-53 



M101111 [31 Duke' 



LB2-B4 



M151111 George Mason 5 W83-B0 



M171111 Georgia State 5 



W 79-60 



MBS 11111511 Georgetown 6 



W 76-66 



M24I111 [21 6tanford 6 



W 87-73 



M31I111 [11 Duke' 



L 84-95 



1 -Maui Invitational at Lahaina, Hawaii lahaina 
Civic Center); 2-ACDBig Ten Challenge at Mil- 
ivaukee, Wise. (Bradley Center); 3-BBST Clas- 
sic at Washington. D.C. (MCI Center); 4-ACC 
Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. [Georgia DomeJ; 5- 
NCAA West Region First and Second Round at 
Boise, Idaho BSU PawlionJ; 6-NCAA West Re- 
gional at Anaheim, Calif. (Arrowhead Pond of 
AnaheimJ; 7-NCAA Final Four at Minneapolis, 
Minn. (HHH Metrodome) 



2001-02 

Record; 32-4 H: 15-0 A: 7-2 N 


10-2 


ACC 


15-1, ACC Regja" Seascn Champion 


Postseason: NCAA National Cham 
4, USA Today/ESPN No. 1 


ion, AP No. 


N8 


[21 


Arizona 1 


L B7-71 


N9 


[2111 61 


~=~z = 


B2 74 


N17 


[21 


American 


W 83-53 


N24 


[61 


Delaware State 


W 77-53 


N27 


[51 [21 


Illinois 5 


W 76-63 


D2 


[51 


Princeton 3 


W61-53 


D3 


[31 


Connecticut 3 


A " E5 


D9 


[31 


Detroit 


W 79-54 


D11 


[31 


Monmouth 


W 91-55 


D21 


E1I22I 


at Oklahoma 


L 56-72 


Da^ 


IB] 


William £ Mary 


W1 03-75 


D3D 


[81 


• at NC State 


A 73.33 


J3 


[81 


Norfolk State 


W 92-69 


J9 


[41 


• No. Oarolina 


W1 12-79 


J13 


[4] 


• at Georgia Tech 


W 92-87 


J17 


Q] [11 


• at Duke 


L 76-99 


J20 


[31 


• Dlemson 


W 33' 33 


J23 


[311211 


» at Wake Forest 


A< 35-H3 


J2B 


[31 


• Florida State 


W 84-63 


J31 


[31 [81 


' at Virginia 


W91-87 


F3 


[31 


• NC State 


W 89-73 


FIB 


[31 


» at No. Carolina 


W 92-77 


F13 


[31 


» Georgia Tech 


W 85-65 


F17 


3 


■ Duke 


W 87-73 


F2D 


:z 


1 at Clemson 


■ Bo n? 


F24 


[2)1201 


» Wake Forest 


.'.' 33-35 


F27 


[21 


* at Flonda State 


W 96-63 


M3 


[21 


• Virginia 


W1 12-92 


MB 


[21 


Florida State ' 


WB5-59 


M9 


[21 


NC State ' 


L B2-BB 


M15 


[41 


Siena 5 


W B5-70 


M17 


[4] 


Wisconsin 5 


W 87-57 


M22 


[4111 Bl 


Kentucky G 


W 78-BB 


M24 


[411101 


Connecticut 6 


W 90-B2 


M3D 


[41 [21 


Kansas 7 


W 97-68 


A' 


[41 


Indiana 7 


W 64-52 



1-Coaches vs. Cancer IKON Classic at New 
York, N.Y. {Madison Square Garden); 2-ACQ 
Big Ten Challenge at College Park, Md. (Cole 
Field House); 3-BBST Classic 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. fMCf Center); 6-NCAA East Regional at 
Syracuse, N.Y. (Carrier Dome); 7-NCAA Final 
Four at Atlanta, Ga. [Georgia DomeJ 




2002-03 

Record: 21-1 OH: 14-2 A: 4-4 N: 


3-4 


ACC: 11-5, T2nd place 


Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen, AP No. 1 7, 
USA Today/ESPN No. 10 


N12113 


M am [Ohio! 


W 64-49 


N27I111 


TK e C z=ze 


A 37-49 


N30I111 


Duquesne 


W 89-39 


D3 [911101 


Indiana' 10D 


L 74-80 


D7 [91 


vs. Notre Dame 3 


L B7-79 


D8 [91 


vs. G. Washinqton 


W 93-82 


D1 4 [1811141 


Florida 


L B4-B9 


D23 [231 


UMBC 


W101-B0 


D29 [231 


» Georgia Tech 


W B4-77 


J4 [221 


Wagner 


W 79-57 


JB [211 


Hampton 


.'.'33-33 


J11 1211 


• Florida State 


W 89-62 


J15 [1711191 


• at Wake Forest 


L 72-B1 


J18 [171 [11 


•Duke 


W 87-72 


.33 i'3: 


• at North Carolina 


W81-BB 


J25 1121 


• at Clemson 


W 52-47 


J30 [101 


• \3 State 


.'. 73.33 


F2 [101 


Loyola (Md.) 


W 85-56 


F6 [81 


• Virqinia 


L 78-BB 


F9 [81 


• at Georqia Tech 


L84-9D 


F12 [161 


• at Florida State 


W 74-72 


F17 [1311101 


» Wake Forest 


W 90-67 


F19 [131 [81 


» at Duke 


L 70-75 


F22 [131 


» North Carolina 


W 96-5B 


F25 [141 


' Clemson 


W91-52 


M2 :■ -: 


• at NC State 


W 68-65 


M9 [131 


> at Virginia 


L 78-80 


M141141 


vs. North Carolina 


L 72-84 


M21I171 


vs. UNC Wilmingto 


-W 75-73 


M23I171I121 


vs. Xavier " 


W 77-84 


'.'33: -7; 


vs. Michigan State 


5 L 58-60 



1-ACC/Big Ten Challenge at Indianapolis, Ind. 
(Conseco Fie/dhouseJ, 2-BBST Classic at Wash- 
ington, D.C. (MCI Center), 3-ACC Tournament 
at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum), 4- 
NCAA South Region First and Second Round 
at Nashville, Term. (Gaylord Entertainment Cen- 
terJ, 5-NCAA South Regional at San Antonio, 
Texas iAIanodome) 

2003-04 

Record: 20-12 H: 12-4 A; 4-5 N: 4-3 
ACC: 7-9, 6th place. ACC Tournament Cham- 
pion 



i: NCAA Second Round. AP No. 1 9, 
USATodayESPNNo. 24 



N22 [253 American 



W, 79-48 



N25 [24] George Mason W, 79-B4 



N29 [24] Hofstra 



W. 67-72 



D2 [231151 Wiscons'- 



W, 73-67 lot) 



D6 125111 71 Gonzaqa 3 



L, B8-82 



D7 125] West Virginia 3 L, 77-78 lot) 



D1C 



[11 at Florida 



W, 69-68 lot! 



014 



Pepperd ne 



W, 96-72 



D23 [24] UNC Greensboro W, B5-5B 
D2B [241 ■ at Fonda State L, 75-79 
J3 Mount St. Mary's W, B9-5S 



J6 




MD-Eastem Bhore W, B7-3B 


J14 


[91 


* North Carolina 


W, 90-84 


J17 


[121 


• at Georgia Tech 


L, 71-81 


J21 


[11 


•Duke 


L, BO-BB 


J25 




• at Dlemson 


W, 65-52 


J29 


[191 


• at Wake Forest 


. 33 33 


F1 




• NC State 


L, 69-81 


F4 




• at Virginia 


W. 71-67 


F8 




• Flonda State 


W, 73-62 


F15 


[14] 


• at North Carolina 


L, 86-97 


r '3 


[181 


• Georgia Tech 


L, B4-75 


F22 


[3! 


• at Duke 


L, 63-86 


F24 




• Clemson 


A 73^3 


F28 


[111 


• Wake Forest 


L 83-91 


M3 


[161 


• at NC State 


W, 70-69 


M7 




• Virginia 


W, 70-61 



M12 [151 Wake Forest 3 



W, 87-88 



M13I171 NCBtete 3 



W, 95-87 



M1B1191 UTEP 



W, 86-83 



M20I191 



5yracuse" 



L, 70-72 



1 -ACC/Big Ten Challenge at College Park, Md. 
[Comcast Center), 2-8BST Classic at Washing- 
ton. D.C. [MCI Center), 3-ACC Tournament at 
Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum], 4- 
NCAA First and Becond Rounds at Denver, Colo. 
(Pepsi Center) 



VUH 

Opponent 1GP1 


II 

Record 


:srec 

Opponent IGPl Record 
Hawaii 12) 2-0 
Hawaii-Pacific 11) 1-0 
Hofstra 14) 4-0 
Holy Cross (41 4-0 
Houston (2) 1-1 
Howard 13) 3-0 
Illinois (5) 3-2 
Indiana (B) 1 -5 
lonalD 1-0 
lava 12) 2-0 
Jacksonville (3) 2-1 
James Madison (1) 1-0 
Johns Hopkins 1191 15-4 
Kansas (5) 2-3 
Kansas State 11) 1-0 
Kentucky 113) 5-8 
Kentucky Wesleyan (1 ) 1-0 
Kent Stated) 1-0 
Lafayette 14) 4-0 
Lamar 11) 1-0 
La Salle 13) 3-0 
Lehiqhd) 1-0 
Long Island (7) 7-0 
Louisiana State 14) 2-2 
Louisville (7) 2-5 
Loyola IMd.l (13) 8-5 
Maine (1) 1-0 
Manhattan 11) 1-0 
Marshall (2) 2-0 
Md.-Balt. County (UMBO 113) 1 3-0 
Md.-Eastem Shore (UMES) (15) 15-0 
Massachusetts 16) 2-4 
Memphis State (2) 0-2 
Miami IFIa.) (6) 3-3 
Miami iOniai 13) 3-0 
Michiqan (5) 2-3 
Michiqan State 12) 0-2 
Minnesota 12) 2-0 
Mississippi 12) 1-1 
Mississippi State (3) 0-3 
Missoun (4) 1 -3 
Monmouth (N.J.) (2) 2-0 
Montana Stated) 1-0 
Morgan State 14) 4-0 
Mount Saint Joseph 13) 1-2 
Meunt Saint Mary's (4) 4-0 
Navy (56) 30-26 
Nevada-Las Vegas (UNLV) (5) 1 -4 
New Mexico ASM (1) 0-1 
New York University (2) 0-2 
Niaqara 11 ) 1 -D 
Norfolk Stated) 1-0 
North Carolina (162) 53-103 
UNCAshevilled) 1-0 
UNC Charlotte 11) 1-0 
UNC Greensboro (2) 2-0 
UNC Wilminqton (2) 2-0 
NC State (1361 67-69 
Northeastern 11) 1-0 
Northwestern (11 1-0 
North Texas (1) 1-0 
Notre Dame 117) B-9 
Old Dominion (51 4-1 
Ohio State (5) 3-2 
OhioUniversftvdl 1-0 
Oklahoma (4) 2-2 
Oklahoma State (11 1-0 
Penn State (161 B-B 


ORD 

Opponent (GP) 


s 

Record 


Air Force (21 


2-0 


Pennsylvania 115) 


3-12 


Alabama 13) 


3-D 


Penn Mil'rtary Academy (11 


0-1 


Alaska 11) 


1-0 


Pepperdine (2) 


2-0 


Alcorn State 11) 


1-0 


Pittsburqh (Bl 


5-1 


American (1 3 


11-1 


Princeton 171 


5-2 


AU-PuertoRicoH) 


1-0 


Providence (2) 


1-1 


Appalachian State (2) 


2-0 


Randolph Macon 14) 


3-1 


Arizona 13) 


0-3 


Rhode Island (2) 


2-0 


Arizona State (21 


1-1 


Richmond 139) 


25-14 


Arkansas (2) 


1-1 


Rider (3) 


3-0 


Armvl41 


3-1 


Rutqers (6) 


3-3 


AuqustaColleqeH) 


1-0 


Sacramento State 11) 


1-0 


Ball State 11) 


1-0 


St. Francis IPa.KD 


1-0 


Baltimore City 131 


2-1 


a. John's (14) 


B-B 


BiscayneColleqed) 


1-0 


St. Joseph's (3) 


3-1 


Boston Colleqe 14) 


3-1 


St. Louis (1) 


1-0 


Boston University 13) 


2-1 


St. Peter's (1) 


1-0 


Brawn (31 


3-0 


San Francisco (2) 


2-0 


Bucknell (B) 


6-0 


Santa Clara (2) 


1-1 


Buffalo (4) 


4-0 


Seton Hall (3) 


2-1 


California (1) 


1-0 


Siena 11) 


1-0 


California-Irvine (1) 


1-0 


South Carolina (57) 


31-2B 


California-Santa Barbara (11 


1-0 


South Carolina Stated) 


1-0 


Canisius (7) 


7-0 


South Florida 12) 


2-0 


Catholic 1221 


12-10 


Southern California 1USC) (3 


3-0 


Central Florida 11 1 


1-0 


Southern Illinois (1) 


1-0 


Chaminadedl 


1-0 


Stanford (3) 


3-0 


Colleqe of Charleston 111 


0-1 


Staunton Military Academy (11 0-1 


Chicaqo State (2) 


2-0 


Stevens Institute (51 


4-1 


City Colleqe of New York (2) 


1-1 


Stony Brook (11 


1-0 


Cincinnati (2) 


2-0 


Syracuse (6) 


5-1 


The Citadel 131 


3-0 


Tampa (2) 


2-0 


Clemson 1126) 


84-42 


Temple IB) 


3-3 


Cleveland State (11 


1-0 


Tennessee 13) 


2-1 


Coastal Carolina 11) 


1-0 


Tennessee-Chattanooqa (2) 


2-0 


Columbia 12) 


2-0 


Texas-El Paso 13) 


3-0 


Connecticut 14) 


2-2 


Texas ill 


1-0 


Coppin State 11) 


0-1 


Texas Christian 11) 


1-0 


Cornell 11) 


1-0 


Texas Tech (1) 


1-0 


Creiqhton (2) 


2-0 


Towson(12l 


12-0 


Davidson (2) 


1-1 


Tulsned) 


1-0 


Dayton (4) 


2-2 


Tulsa 11) 


1-0 


Delaware (3) 


2-1 


UCLA (71 


2-5 


Delaware Colleqe (1) 


0-1 


Utahd) 


1-0 


Delaware State (31 


3-0 


Utah Stated) 


1-0 


DePaul 12) 


2-0 


Valparaiso (1) 


1-0 


DePauw (21 


2-0 


Vanderbiltd) 


1-0 


DetraftlD 


1-0 


Villanova (3) 


1-2 


Duke (1551 


56-99 


Virginia (160) 


97-63 


Duquesne (8) 


B-0 


Virqinia Military Institute (49) 


39-10 


East Carolina IB) 


6-0 


Virqinia Tech [25] 


22-3 


Eastern Kentucky 91) 


1-0 


Waqnar 12) 


2-0 


East Tennessee State (2) 


2-0 


Wake Forest (110) 


57-53 


Evansville (2) 


1-1 


Washinqton Colleqe (1 5) 


12-3 


Fairleiqh Dickinson (51 


5-0 


Washinqton S Lee (51) 


27-24 


Florida (31 


1-2 


West Virqinia 136) 


15-21 


Florida International (1 1 


1-0 


Western Carolina (1) 


1-0 


Florida State 130) 


23-7 


Western Kentucky 12) 


2-0 


Fordham (8) 


7-1 


Western Maryland (9) 


9-0 


Gallaudett14l 


7-7 


Wichita 11) 


1-0 


Georqe Mason IB) 


6-0 


WilliamS Mary 11 5) 


15-0 


Georqe Washinqton (62) 


35-27 


Winthrap (3) 


3-0 


Georqetown 161) 


36-25 


Wisconsin 15) 


2-3 


Georqia 16) 


2-4 


Wvominqd) 


1-0 


Georqia State (2) 


2-0 


Xavier (2) 


2-0 


Georqia Tech (61) 


28-33 


Yaled) 


1-0 


Gonzaqa (2) 


1-1 






Hampton (11 


1-0 







, 



— . 



._ 



il Four.- mi im 

CC Tournament Titles: msnm, am 

ACC Regular Season Titles': ms, mo im, zm \ 




SERIES RESULTS 



Air Force 

Maryland leads, S-D 



1-14-7B H W 74-73 
12-278 A W 81-BB 



Alabama 

Maryland leads, 3-0 



2-26-25 N1W 27-21 
12-B-B4 A vV 59-54 
12-21-85 H W EO-58 
f -So. Conf. Tounamenc ar AtJarta. Ga 



Alaska- 
Anchorage 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



11-24-B4 N1W 54-52 
1 -Obs Afesfca Shootout at Anchorage. 
Afasfca iSuivan ArenaJ 

Alcorn State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-30-89 H W 110-91 

American 

Maryland leads, 11-1 

19SB-27 A L 15-21 
11-27-77 N1W 78-65 

12-2-80 H W 95-65 
1-3-83 H W 73-71 

1-29-91 H W 72-69 
11-30-91 H W 93-68 
12-10-92 H W 98-67 
12-30-94 H W 98-77 
12-23-95 H W 104-79 
12-21-96 H W 81-74 
11-17-01 H W 83-53 
11-22-03 H W 79-48 
1 -Tp Off Tournament at landover. Md. 
Capital Centre) 



A0 of Puerto 
Rico 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

11-2B-9B A1W B2-32 
' =.;-:: = :: =-:::;.: s: Es,=- 
- = ;.;;-: ;.;-s=: :-;r.- 

Appalachian 
State 

Maryland iBads, 9-0 

1-2-75 H W 9B-50 
12-18-78 H W 76-74 



Arizona 

Maryland trallB, 0-3 

12-27-63 N1 L 54-57 
3-19-98 N2 L 79-87 
11-B-01 N3L 87-71 
1-Fvansvi/le Holiday Tournament 
(Roberts StadiumJ; 2-NCAA 
Tournament at Anaheim. Calif. 
(Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim); 3- 
Coaches vs. Cancer IKON Passe at 
New York, N.Y. (Madison Square 
Garden) 



Arizona State 

The series Is tied, 1-1 

12-30-53 N1W 85-50 
11-23-94 NI2L 90-97 

■ -Atl-American City Tournament at 
ftffinsbono. Ky..' 2-Mam /nwtaoona/ at 
Lahana, Ha^a ' ilaha r-a Cr..c Center] 

Arkansas 

The serlea Is tied, 1-1 

15-30-87 H W BB-61 
15-10-SS A L 6B-73 



Army 

Maryland trails, 4*8 


1-7-39 


A L 


2545 


2-1B-42 


A L 


32-44 


2-B-43 


A L 


40-44 


3-1-44 


A L 


;;=; 


2-28-45 


A . 


:-:- 


2-27-48 


A . 


!!Mri2 


2-24-47 


A W 


57-54 


1-31-48 


A L 


44-48 


12-29-66 


N1 W 


57-54 


12-19-69 


H2L 


54-69 


12-21-77 


H W 


99-77 


12-2-89 


N3W 


7S-60 


1-Cherfotte Invitational at Charlotte. 
N.C. (Charlotte Cofseum); 2-Marytand 
invitational et College Part Md. (Cote 
Reld House); 3-Cencral fibefty Ctessc 
at Rchmond Va. (Bootms Center) 


Augusta College 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


11-27-89 


H W 


105-74 



Bainbridge 
Navy 

Maryland trails, 0-B 

12-21-43 H L 20-52 
1-24-44 A L 25-78 

Ball State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

11-30-76 H W 86-70 

Baltimore City 
College 

Maryland leads, S-1 

2-21-14 H L 
1-21-36 H W 55-33 
1-4-38 A W 50-32 



Biscayne 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-9-7B H W 86-60 

Boston College 

Maryland leads, 3-1 

3-11-58 N1 W 86-63 
12-30-73 H2W 5B-37 
12-24-83 H W 89-76 
12-3-90 N3 L 85-100 

1 -NCAA Tcumeirent at New Yort City, 
N.Y. (Madison Square GardensJ; 2- 
Maryland Invitational at College Part. 
Md. (Cole FieW House); 3-ACCBg East 
Chatenge at Richmond, Vs. Richmond 
Cofeeum) 



Boston 
University 

Maryland leads, 3-1 



12-8-75 


H :; 


'22-B2 


2-11-80 


H A 


39-75 


I -20-90 


N1 L 


5' -55 


I -22-91 


H vV 


B5-59 


'-=- E:s"~ Mass .'£:=:.:-' Ga."denJ 


Brown 

Maryland leads, 3-0 


12-1-71 


H A 


100-83 


OR 7L! 


H 


D7FE 


12-8-79 


H W 


72-59 


Bucknell 

Maryland leads, 6-0 


12-22-76 


H W 


106-72 


11-25-77 


H W 


95-62 


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 




93-64 


California 

Maryland leads, 1*0 


12-8-98 


N1 W 


80-84 


'-Franklin National Bank Classic at 
Lanobver. Mj ;'L : S4r Arena) 


Canisius 

Maryland leads, 7-0 


12-17-71 


H W 


86-77 


•2-3-72 


H W 


107-80 


■■22-74 


H .V 


86-73 


I2-23-7B 


h ;. 


138-103 


1-20-82 


H .'. 


91-73 


12-4-82 


A W 


57=5 


12-3-B3 


H .V 


77-55 


Carroll Institute 

Maryland trails, 0-1 


1904-05 


L 




Catholic 

Maryland leads, 12-10 


1910-11 


H W 


35-30 


1-14-14 


A L 




1-31-14 


H L 




1-25-19 


N1 L 


7-25 


3-3-19 


N1 L 


12-14 


1923-24 


H L 


13-30 




H L 


14-20 


1924-25 


A W 


1B-14 




H W 


27-17 


1-11-30 


H W 


37-30 


2-6-31 


A W 


24-21 


2-3-32 


H W 


39-34 


1-25-33 


A L 


27-29 


2-2-34 


H W 


33-25 


2-12-35 


A L 


29-45 


2-15-36 


H L 


29-40 


2-12-38 


H W 


49-33 


2-20-39 


A W 


40-38 


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 Washington YMCA 


Central Florida 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


2-16-87 


H W 


73-55 


Chaminade 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


11.31 g4 


N1W 


95-67 


1-Msui Invitational at Lahana, Hawaii 
lahana Owe Center) 


Chicago State 

Maryland leads, 2-0 


12-2-98 


H W 


34-44 


12-27-00 


H W 


117-55 


CCNY 

The series 


s tied, 


1-1 


1924-25 


H W 


22-16 


12-31-41 


A L 


40-57 


Cincinnati 

Maryland leads, 2-1 


2-2-49 


A1 L 


33-70 


12-30-54 


N2W 


-3-5' 


2-19-95 


\3 ,■, 


-4." 


l-atC-r-a: .:- : i.'.f : Ha 2-J 
Amencen City Tournament at 
Owensboro. Ky . 3-st San Antonio, 
Texas (AemodomeJ 









The Citadel 

Maryland leads, 3-0 



3-4-38 


N1W 


45-43 


2-2B-47 


H A 


52-40 


11-27-02 




97-49 


1-So. Conf. Tournament at Raleigh, 
N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum) 


Clemson 

Maryland leads, 84-42 


.; H-LJH 


H W 


45-35 


3-4-39 


N1 L 


27-39 


1-1-40 


H W 


53-26 


1-27-40 


4 . 


30-48 


12-19-40 


H L 


34-4B 


1-10-4B 


H W 


4(1-42 


2-23-48 


A W 


53-5 1 


12-18-48 


H W 


"4-53 


2-20-49 


A L 


49-BB 


12-16-49 


H L 


55-80 


2-25-50 


A L 


6B-70 


2-3-51 


A L 


44-50 


2-19-51 


H W 


54-50 ion 


3-1-5' 


N1W 


50-48 


12-4-53 


A W 


81-41 


5: ; 4 


H 


79-54 


3-4-54 


.'-2 


75-59 


1-8-55 


4 A 


71-63 


2-15-55 




88-86 


1-7-58 


A 


71-63 


2-14-58 


H A 


81-69 


1-4-57 


A W 


53-52 


2-25-57 


H W 


74-85 


1-4-58 


A L 


88-73 


2-13-58 


H W 


72-54 


1-10-59 


A L 


48-55 


2-18-59 


H W 


77-58 


2-15-80 


H W 


70-55 


2-26-60 


A W 


66-59 eon 


2-10-61 


A L 


59-78 


2-25-61 


H W 


82-80 ion 


3-2-61 


N2W 


91-75 


2-10-62 


A L 


B1-73 


2-24-62 


H L 


B8-75 


2-9-63 


A L 


B0-B2 


2-23-63 


H W 


68-67 


12-16-63 


H W 


56-48 


2-28-64 


A L 


68-83 


3-5-64 


N2L 


67-81 


1-8-65 


A W 


6765 GOT 


2-26-65 


H W 


88-71 


3-4-65 


N2W 


61-50 


1-29-66 


A L 


66-71 


2-26-66 


H L 


69-81 


1-16-67 


H W 


68-4B 


2-25-67 


A L 


61-65 


!i-KH 


A L 


93-94 EOT 


3 24-63 


H W 


3 ' -53 


■ 3H4 


H W 


B3-7B 


3-22-53 


A W 


34-33 


, 12 _ 7Q 


A W 


^5-63 


3 33-73 


h ,'; 


' 33-35 


. . . ? . 


H 


56-53 


3-23-7' 


4 L 


45-5' :or 


1-8-72 


- . 


3 '-53 


2-19-72 


H A 


67 57 


3-5-72 


N3W 


5-4 52 


I -6-73 


A 


79-75 


2-17-73 


H W 


(iRRH 


3-8-73 


N3W 


77-81 


1-5-74 


H W 


89-60 


2-16-74 


A W 


56-54 


1-22-75 


A L 


82-83 


2-26-75 


H W 


70-64 


1-21-76 


H L 


77-82 


2-14-76 


A W 


98-89 


1-19-77 


A L 


71-33 


2-12-77 


H VV 


84-78 


1-16-78 


H W 


90-75 


2-11-78 


A W 


53" 


1-17-79 


A W 


"63 


2-'3--9 


H .V 


77-89 


3-1-79 


N3W 


75-67 


1-16-80 


H W 


B4-B3 



2-9-BO 


A L 


a 1-90 


2-29-BO 


N3W 


91-85 


1-17-81 


A W 


88-62 [OH 


2-12-81 


H W 


72-70 


1-16-82 


H W 


62-57 


2-13-82 


- . 


66-75 


1 -19-83 


A W 


80-61 


2-19-83 


H W 


92-BB 


1-17-84 


H W 


85-72 


2-18-B4 


A W 


66-65 [307] 


' 3-35 


H W 


94-84 


2-17-85 


A L 


64-71 


2-B-8B 


H W 


7B-69 


2-15-BB 


A L 


60-70 


1-17-87 


A L 


64-72 


2-4-87 


H L 


79-80 


1-9-8B 


H W 


68-53 


2-10-BB 


A W 


70-66 


7-IIH 


A L 


58-75 


2-7-S9 


H W 


98-87 


liHIl 


A L 


77-82 


2-7-90 


- . 


73-75 


1-5-91 


H W 


U -liti 


2-6-91 


A L 


IB 73 


1-25-92 


H W 


84-71 


2-22-92 


A L 


70-82 


3-8-92 


N4W 


81-75 


1-2B-93 


A L 


72-82 


2-27-93 


H L 


73-81 


1-26-94 


H W 


73-53 


2-26-94 


A L 


67-73 


-i:5^ 


A W 


56-51 


2 25H;i 


H W 


84-68 


i 24!lt> 


H W 


65-60 


2-24-96 


A L 


61-68 


1-15-97 


hi _ 


63-87 


2-8-97 


A L 


HH-HI1 


3-7-97 


NO 


78-81 


12-4-97 


A L 


55-75 (0T1 


1-24-98 


H W 


74-55 


1-24-99 


A W 


81-79 (OH 


2-24-99 


H W 


77-60 


1-22-00 


H W 


74-62 


2-22-00 


A W 


76-83 


1-2-01 


A W 


104-92 


2-4-01 


H W 


89-54 


1-20-02 


H W 


99-90 


2-20-02 


A W 


B4-6B 


1-25-03 


A W 


52-47 


2-25-03 


H W 


91-52 


1-25-04 


A W 


65-52 


2-24-04 


H W 


70-49 



1-So. Conf. Tournament at Raleigh, 
N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum); 2-ACC 

":.~=te"3: Pa'eg^. \C Fe\-:1e 
Coliseum]; 3-ACC Tournament at 
Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro 
Coliseum]; 4-ACC Tournament at 

Chanctte. N.C. iCrsriorte Cc-ssumi 

ACC SEBIES 

PROFILE 

Terps at Home: 43-9 

Terpa at Cole Fi eld House: -P-" 1 
Terps at Com cast C enter: 2-0 
Terps onthe Road : 54-31 
Terp s at Neutral Sites: 1Q-3 
Terps since 1953-54: SO-34 
Last 1 Games: ' 3-0 
Current Streak: -M '.'.en 



i 13 



_Longest UM Win Streak: '3 
Longest CU Win Streak: « 



Largest Win Margin: 40 61-41 
on Oec. m, 1553) 

Largest Loss Margin: 55 193-71 
on Jan. 19. 19771 

Most UM Points Scored: 1G*J 



Most CU Points Scored: 



Cleveland State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 
12-5-B4 H W 95-84 



Colgate 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



1S-B-94 H W 113-53 

College off 
Charleston 

Maryland trails, 0-1 

3-13-97 N1 L 66-75 

1-NCAA Tournament at Memphis, 
Tenn. JThe Pyramd) 

Columbia 

Maryland leads, S-D 

1924-25 A W 24-23 
12-28-63 N1W 62-76 
1-Evansville Holiday Tournament 
[Roberts StsoftjmJ 



Connecticut 

Maryland trails, 2-3 

2-15-41 H L 43-52 
12-4-89 N1 L G5-87 
3-23-95 N2 L 89-99 
12-3-01 N3W 77-65 
3-24-02 N4W 90-82 
1-ACGG-g East Challenge at Ha-tfcnJ, 
Conn. (Hartford Dvc Center]; 3-NCAA 
Tournament at Oakland, Calif. (Oakland 
ColiseumJ; 3-B8ST Classic at 
Washington, D.C. (MCI Center); A- 
NCAA East Regional at Syracuse. N.Y. 
(Carrier Dome) 



Coppin State 

Maryland trails, 0-1 

12-12-B9 H L 63-70 



Cornell 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

'" PI7-93 H N HH-4 



Creighton 

Maryland leads, S-Q 

3-18-75 N1W 83-79 
3-13-99 N2W 75-63 
1 -NCAA Tournament at Lubbock, Texas 
(Memorial ColiseumJ; 2-NCAA 

Arena) 



Davidson 

Maryland leads, G-3 

12-16-36 H W 44-27 
'2- '6-47 h 53-55 



Delaware State 

Maryland leads, 3-0 

11-25-69 H W B7-53 
1-17-96 H W 11B-55 
11-24-01 H W 77-53 



DePaul 

Maryland leads, 3-0 

12-12-76 H W 92-74 
12-7-98 N1W 92-75 

1-BBST Qsssc St IVsshngtion D.C 

:■.': :~-:e- 



DePauw 

Maryland jgada, S-Q 

12-12-74 H W 113-49 
12-3-75 H W 99-42 



Detroit 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-9-01 H W 79-54 

Dickinson 
College 



3-4-i 



N1 I 51-58 



1-4-49 N2 L 49-52 

2 '5-33 - .'. 54-5' 

3 '-=: 4 .'. ;-".=';" 

3-1-52 H W 71-4B 

12-2B-6B A3W 66-65 

12-27-68 A3L B9-B3 



1-So. Conf 

N C lOute 
CharloECesi 
Gymnasium}; 



TouTHmenc ar Durnam, 
Indoor Stadiuml, 2-az 
'tile, Va Memorial 
-.--;..-; -, :a: ; - 5 s: 
C .C-;-:~e C: £:.-:' 



Dayton 

The series is tied, 2-2 
12-30-65 N1 W 77-75 
2-13-84 H W 61-59 

'-5-35 4 l 55-5" 
"-53-33 N2L -:■" 



Coastal Carolina 

Maryland leads, 1-0 
1-2-00 H W 100-43 



Delaware 

The series is tied, 2-2 
1910-11 A L 14-23 

3-4-14 A L 
15-59-69 H W 94-58 
12-1-7Q H W 86-73 



Maryland leads, 1-0 


2-19-38 


H W 


57-27 


Duke 

Maryland trails, 56-99 


1925-28 


H W 


-'-25 


1-9-30 


H L 


27-28 


2-20-30 


A L 


2-55 


1-15-31 


H W 


32-24 


2-20-32 


A W 


20-18 ion 


1-12-33 


H W 


30-28 


1-11-34 


H W 


37-33 


:;3 


H L 


39-4B 


3 1-36 


H W 


38-34 


5-3-55 


N ' .'. 


47-35 


1-16-37 


- L 


31-34 


1-30-37 


A L 


30-34 


1-15-38 


H W 


40-35 


1-29-3B 


A L 


34-44 


3-5-3B 


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 


' 53-43 


4 . 


37-48 


3- '-43 


V - 


55-4 


. ..__.. 


H L 


25-5 


2 ' -' 


A L 


'--5 


'-'3-2 


4 L 


55-5- 


3 53-5 


H L 


45-54 


2-12-43 


H L 


4346 


1-6-45 


A L 


24-51 


2-22-45 


N1 L 


49-76 


1-4-46 


A L 


25-59 


1-25-46 


H W 


43-3B 


2-1B-47 


H L 


38-40 


1-5-4B 


A L 


42-53 


1 -3-50 


A L 


46-5B 


2-10-50 


H W 


67-57 


2-1B-51 


H L 


40-49 


2-1B-52 


A L 


51-56 


3-6-52 


N1 L 


48-51 


3-5-53 


N1 W 


"453 


2-16-54 


- . 


5 '-55 


'2-34 




45-- 


'5'' _ 5- 


4 L 


5 '-55 


1-14-56 


A L 


B2-7B 


2-7-56 


H L 


70-B2 


3-1-56 


N2L 


69-94 


1-10-57 


H W 


62-51 


'-5' 57 


A L 


55-2 


1-8-58 


H W 


7449 


2-2 1 -53 


A L 


39 55 


3-7-58 


\5.' 


-• 65 :c- 


' "-33 


H W 


84-31 


' '"59 


A L 


69-78 


' ■;■=: 


A W 


5W8 


2 '5-53 


H W 


71-61 


■ -J.q- 


A L 


52 -3 


2-16-61 


H W 


-5--' 






6 



143) 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




1 -13-62 


A L 


68-64 


2-13-62 


H L 


53-79 


3-1-62 


N2 _ 


537' 


12-9-62 


A L 


55-SS 


2-19-63 


J L 


75 75 


2-8-li* 


H L 


72-104 


2-22-64 


A L 


63-B4 


: l-BS 


A L 


64-B2 


2-23-65 


H W 


85-B2 


1-13-66 


A L 


61-7B 


2-19-66 


H L 


89-74 


1 -14-87 


H L 


69-72 (OT] 


2-18-67 


A L 


58-81 


1-13-BB 


H L 


52-84 


2-6-68 


A L 


64-B5 


1-11-69 


A L 


B5-96 


2-1D-69 


H L 


B3-93 


1-2B-7D 


H W 


52-50 


2-21-70 


A L 


7B-87 


2-6-71 


A W 


BB-79 


2-13-71 


H L 


67-70 


2-5-72 


H W 


77-5E 


2-26-72 


A L 


55-52 


2-3-73 


- _ 


B1-85 


_-:- — 




96-68 


2-2 7* 


H W 


104-83 


2-23-74 


A W 


64-61 


3-7-74 


N3W 


85-BB 


1-B-75 


H W 


83-77 


2-8-75 


A W 


104-BC 


2-7-76 


H W 


102-91 


2-21-76 


A L 


67-69 


3-4-76 


N4W 


80-78 (OH 


2-5-77 


A W 


65-64 (OT1 


2-19-77 


H W 


B5-72 


1-4-78 


H L 


78-88 


2-18-7B 


A L 


70-81 


3-2-78 


N3L 


69-B1 


2-3-79 


A L 


7B-B7 


2-17-79 


H W 


7D-68 


2-2-BD 


H W 


101-82 


2-16-80 


A L 


61-66 


3-1 -BO 


N3L 


72-73 


1-10-B1 


H W 


94-79 


2-7-B1 


A L 


54-55 


3-5-B1 


N4W 


56-53 


1-9-B2 


A W 


40-36 


2-6-B2 


H W 


"5: 


1-15-83 


H L 


67-86 


2-21 E2 


A W 


101-90 


1-14-B4 


A W 


81-75 


2-11-B4 


H L 


84-89 


3-11-B4 


N3W 


74-62 


1-14-B5 


H W 


78-76 ion 


;: Ma 


A L 


62-70 


3-B-85 


N5L 


73-68 


1-4-86 


H L 


75-B1 


1-25-88 


A L 


=5-55 


1-14-87 


H L 


61-B5 


2-7-87 


A L 


67-78 


1-16-BB 


A W 


72-69 


2-13-88 


H L 


B3-90 


1-14-89 


H L 


72-B2 


2- ffi! 


A L 


60-88 


1-13-90 


A L 


BO-91 


2-10-90 


H L 


111-1141011 


3-9-90 


N6L 


84-104 


1-12-91 


H L 


78-94 


;. : ; : 


A L 


81-101 


1-8-92 


H L 


68-83 


2-20-92 


A L 


B9-91 


3-9-92 


N6L 


B7-94 


1-30-93 


H L 


62-78 


3-3-93 


A L 


^5-55 


1-29-94 


A - 


62-75 


3-2-94 


H L 


69-73 


' 2H-IE 


H W 


74-72 


; -35 


A W 


94-92 


1-28-96 


A L 


73-83 


2-26-96 


H L 


75-77 


3-8-96 


N3W 


82-69 


1-26-97 


H W 


74-70 


2-27-97 


A L 


B9-B1 


1-3-9B 


H L 


72-104 


1-29-98 


A L 


59-BB 


1-3-99 


H L 


64-B2 


2-3-99 


A L 


77-95 


1-9-00 


H L 


70-80 


2-9-00 


A W 


9B-87 


3-12-OD 


N6L 


BB-81 


1-27-01 


H L 


9B-9B (0T) 



2-27-01 


A W 


91-80 


3-10-01 


N7L 


82-84 


3-31-01 


NBL 


64-95 


1-17-02 


A L 


78-99 


2-17-02 


H W 


B7-73 


1-1B-03 


H W 


B7-72 


2-19-03 


A L 


70-75 


1-21-04 


H L 


60-88 


2-22-04 


A L 


63-8B 


3-14-04 


N3W 


55-=7 :;- 



Fairleigh 
Dickinson 

Maryland leads, 5-0 



Fort Belvoir 



1-So. Conf. Tournament at Raleigh. 
N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum); 2-ACC 
Tournament; at Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds 
Coliseum]; 3-ACC Tournament at 
Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro 
Coliseum]; 4-ACC Tournament at 
Landover Md. (Capital Centre* 5-ACC 
Tournament at Atlanta. Ga. (Omni); 6- 
ACC Tournament at Charlotte, N.C. 
(Charlotte Coliseum); 7-ACC 
Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. (Georgia 
Dome); S-NCAA Final Four at 
'■■'"";=;: =. V" :>KH "/strode me; 

ACC SERIES 
PROFILE 

Tsrps at HomBi 54-35 

Terps at Cole Field House: 22- 

25 

Terps at Comcast Center: 1-1 



Terps on the Road: "4-51 



Terps at Neutral Sites: 5 '2 
Terps since 1953-54: 42-7B 
Last 10 Gam es : 4-g 
Current Streak: UM won 1 



Longest UM Win Streak: 7 



Longest DU Win Streak: 15 
Largest Win Margin: 33 164-31 

on Jan. 7, 19591 

Largest Loss Margin: 36 (92-56 

on Dec. 9, 19621 

Most UM Points Scored: 1 1 1 
Most DU Points Scored: 1 "& 



Duquesne 

Maryland leads, 8-0 



2-9-72 


H W B5-71 


2-21-73 


A W B1-71 


2-20-74 


H W 98-72 


2-23-75 


A W 103-82 


12-1 1-B2 


H W 85-B4 


12-10-B3 


A W 78-67 


11-23-98 


H W 81-47 


11-30-02 


H W 89-39 


East Carolina 

Maryland leads, B-0 


11-29-75 


H W 127-84 


12-B-76 


H W BD-B9 


12-7-77 


•53 IS 


12-16-78 


H W 82-71 


2-13-60 


H W B5-72 


12-10-87 


H W 75-59 



Eastern 
Kentucky 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-5-73 H W 10B-57 

East Tennessee 
State 

Maryland leads, B-0 

3-1-75 H W 104-87 
12-23-89 N1 W 91-B6 
1-Chaminade Christmas Classic at 
Honolulu, Hawaii (B&sdefl Center) 

Evansville 

The series is tied, 1-1 

12-31-53 N1 W 66-53 
12-3D-91 N2L 64-75 

1 -All-American City Tournament at 
Cwensboro, Ky. ; 2-fiesta Bow* Classic 
at Tucson, Ariz. CMcXale Center) 



12-10-BO 


H W 


109-83 


12-3-85 


H W 


74-51 


12-29-86 


H W 


70-59 


11-18-97 


H W 


81-70 


11-22-99 


H W 


104-45 


Florida 

Maryland trails, 0-2 


2-26-32 




24-39 


12-14-02 


r- L 


64-69 


1-So. Corf. Tournament at AfJanta, Ga. 



Florida 
International 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



11-25-97 


H W 


,- 


Florida State 

Maryland leads, 22-6 


1-18-92 


- _ 


B3-91 ion 


2-5-92 


A W 


93-B5 


1-13-93 


A L 


B5-105 


2-13-93 


H L 


B4-B7 


1-11-94 


H W 


80-74 


2-12-94 


A W 


69-66 


1-10-95 


A W 


70-57 


2-11-95 


H W 


53-55 


3-10-95 


N1W 


71-84 


2-10-96 


A L 


78-100 


3-4-96 


H W 


8B-7B 


1-29-97 


A L 


70-74 


2-13-97 


H W 


73-57 


1-7-98 


H W 


B1-74 


2-7-98 


A W 


B8-B2 


1-27-99 


H W 


107-87 


2-27-99 


A W 


84-75 


3-5-99 


N1W 


93-69 


1-29-00 


A W 


82-B3 


3-1-00 


H W 


85-70 


3-10-00 


N2W 


82-61 


1-14-01 


A W 


76-55 


2-14-01 


H L 




1-26-02 


H W 


84-63 


2-27-02 


A W 


96-63 


3-B-02 


N2W 


85-59 


1-11-03 


H W 


89-62 


5 12-03 


A W 


74-72 


12-28-03 


A L 


75-79 


2-8-04 


H W 


73-62 


1-ACC Tournament at Greensboro. 
N.C. [Greensboro ColrseumJ: 2-ACC 
Tournament at Cnarlotte. N.C. 
(Oiartotre Coliseum) 



ACC SERIES 
PROFILE 

Terps at Home: 1 Q-3 
Terps_at Cole Fiel d House: B-3 
Terps at Comcast Center: 2-0 
Terps on the Road: 5-4 



Terps at Neutral Sites: 4-D 



Terps since 1953-54: 23-7 
Last 10 Games: B-2 
Current Streak: UM won 1 

Longest UM Win Streak: 10 

Longest FSU Win Streak: 2 
Largest Win Margin: 33 (96-63 

on Feb. 27, 20021 

Largest Loss Margin: 22 (100- 

79 on Feb, 10, 1996) 
Most UM Points Scored: 107 
Most FSU Points Scored: 105 



Fordham 

Maryland leads, 7-1 



12-6-56 


H L 


62-6B 


12-7-57 


A W 


S1-5B 


12-29-59 


IM1W 


76-54 


12-20-69 


H2W 


94-71 


2-8-73 


i j: 


83-72 


1-17-74 


H 


112-73 


2-B-75 


A W 


65-46 


12-20-75 


H W 


B1-5B 


1-Sbe Grass Fesovel at Louisville, Ky. 
Kentucky State Fairgrounds Pawl/on]; 
P-Marylaod Invitational at College Fart:, 
Md. rCole Held House) 



Maryland trails, 0*1 


1-28-44 


H L 


29-60 


Gallaudet 

Maryland leads, 7-6 


1-11-11 


A L 


30-5B 


1910-11 


H L 


27-54 


1-21-14 


A L 


15-79 


2-14-14 


H L 




1-1B-19 


N1 W 


27-28 


2-15-19 


IM1 L 


9-33 


1 923-24 


- .'. 


42-28 


1924-25 


H W 


25-14 


1925-26 


H W 


40-13 


1926-27 


H W 


39-28 


1-1B-2B 


H W 


45-20 


1-7-31 




55 55 


12-21-44 


- L 


26-27 


1 -at Washington YMCA 


George Mason 

Maryland leads, 5-0 


12-5-81 


H W 


74-62 


11-26-85 


A W 


81-80 


12-22-89 


N1W 


~~-?.r. 


12-27-99 


H W 


69-66 


3-15-01 


N2W 


83-80 


11-25-03 


H W 


79-84 


1-Chaminade Christmas Classic at 
Honolulu, Havrafl (Blaisoel) CenterJ; 2- 
NCAA Tournament at Boise, Idaho 
(BSUPavrJonJ 


Georgetown 

Maryland leads, 36-25 


1910-11 


A L 


25-31 


1-28-14 


A L 




3-11-35 


H L 


24-25 


2-21-36 


A W 


47-39 


2-20-37 


H L 


27-39 


1-12-38 


A L 


39-57 


2-6-39 


H L 


25-39 


1-17-40 


A W 


2B-27 


1-17-41 


A L 


34-51 


1-21-42 


A W 


51-42 


2-20-43 


H L 


3B-4B 


2-4-47 


H W 


55-45 


I -7-48 


A L 


40-52 


1-10-49 


A L 


51-53 


2-17-49 


H L 


52-56 


1-7-50 


A W 


71-65 


1-13-51 


H W 


58-47 


1-10-52 


H W 


55-40 


2-21-52 


A L 


61-71 


1-10-53 


H L 


45-54 


2-19-53 


A L 


4B-49 


1-9-54 


A L 


5B-58 OH 


2-18-54 


H W 


53-50 


12-4-54 


H W 


60-43 


2-25-55 


A W 


57-49 EOT] 


1-21-58 


A W 


B2-57 nr 


2-25-58 


H W 


72-61 


1-16-57 


H W 


62-69 


2-27-57 


A W 


62-59 


1-14-58 


A W 


55-45 


2-26-58 


H W 


58-46 


1-14-59 


H W 


61-53 


2-25-59 


A W 


67-58 


12-14-59 


H W 


59-48 


1-13-60 


A L 


51-66 


12-14-60 


A W 


78-67 


1-11-81 


H W 


55-47 


12-8-81 


H L 


7B-79 EOT] 


1-10-62 


A W 


83-70 


12-4-62 


A L 


70-79 


2-4-63 


H W 


73-72 


'5-55 


A L 


72-83 


2-25-64 


H L 


78-81 


2-13-65 


A W 


85-67 


12-15-65 


H W 


77-59 


2-11-67 


A L 


49-80 


3-2-6B 


H W 


68-60 


3-1-89 


A W 


B3-78 


2-7-70 


H W 


B1-71 


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 




104-71 



2-18-76 


A W 


72-63 


11-2B-77 


N2W 


91-87 


11-2B-78 


N1 L 


65-68 


12-4-79 


-C .. 


71-B3 


3-14-80 


N4L 


68-74 


11-26-93 


A1 W 


84-83 On 


3-22-01 


N5W 


7 5-55 



Georgia 

Maryland trails, 5-5 



1 -at Landover, Md. (Capital Centre); 2- 
Tip Off Tournament at Landover, Md. 
(Capital Centre); 3-atlV3shington, D.C, 
(Municipal Armory); 4-NCAA 
Tournament at Philadelphia, Pa. [The 
Spectrum); 5-NCAA Tournament at 
Anaheim, Calif. (Arrowhead Pond of 
Anaheim) 

George 
Washington 

Maryland leads, 35.57 



2-11-14 


H L 




2-1-19 


N1 L 


11-25 


3-B-19 


N1 L 


20-53 


1923-24 


H W 


41-22 


1 923-24 


H L 


19-20 


2-22-39 


A L 


24-37 


2-22-40 


H L 


28-44 


2-10-41 


A L 


28-61 


1-24-42 


H L 


29-47 


1-23-43 


A L 


43-48 


2-2-4B 


H W 


48-35 


1-10-47 


H W 


44-43 


2-10-47 


H L 


48-63 


2-11-4B 


A L 


49-B5 


3-1-48 


H L 


35-59 


I -28-49 


H L 


54-66 


2-26-49 


A L 


42-B1 


1-14-50 


H L 


51-72 


2-23-51 


A L 


47-67 


2-29-52 


H L 


56-57 


2-3-53 


A L 


82-632 On 


2-24-53 


H W 


86-53 


1-15-54 


H W 


66-61 


2-23-54 


A L 


57-70 


1-18-55 


A L 


53-75 


2-8-55 


H L 


87-73 


1-5-56 


H W 


62-4B 


2-11-56 


A W 


67-46 


1-12-57 


A W 


55-5 


2-2-57 


H W 


B4-67 


12-4-57 


H W 


64-55 


2-10-59 


H L 


65-66 On 


12-3-59 


A W 


64-57 


2-20-60 


H W 


B6-B4 On 


12-6-60 


H W 


80-B8 


2-18-61 


A L 


44-63 


1-3-62 


A A 


67-56 


1-16-62 


H W 


81-B7 


1-7-63 


H W 


74-72 


2-1-63 


A W 


66-67 


2-1-64 


A W 


80-76 


12-3-64 


H W 


82-80 


1-27-68 


A W 


107-81 


2-9-67 


- A 


78-52 


12-4-67 


A W 


B4-53 


12-17-68 


H W 


99-98 


12-3-89 


A W 


92-71 


1-23-71 


H W 


69-67 


12-4-71 


A W 


117-96 


12-22-72 


H W 


8B-79 


2-9-74 


N2W 


92-71 


12-21-74 


N2W 


B1-67 


1-7-76 


A W 


82-72 


1-29-77 


H L 


7B-8B 


12-10-77 


A L 


90-101 


1-3-79 


H W 


84-72 


'5-5-55 


N3W 


98-81 


'5555 


N3W 


74-6B 


12-B-97 


N4L 


BB-70 


12-5-99 


N5L 


69-74 


12-3-00 


N5W 


7 -:: 


12-B-02 


N5W 


93-B2 



1-at Washington YMCA; 2-at Lanoovsr. 
Md. (Capital CentreJ; 3franfcfri National 
Bank Classic at Landover. Md. (USAir 
Arena); 4-Franklin National Bank Passe 
at Washington, D.C. (MCI Center); 5 
BBSTCfasscat Washington. D.C. (Md 
CenterJ 



2-29-24 


N1 L 


55 55 


1926-27 




34-33 


2-25-27 


N1 _ 


22-27 


3-2-3' 


IM1 W 


2B-25 


2-4-33 


H L 


3B-40 


3-15-82 


IM2L 


55 55 


12-30-96 


N3L 


65-73 ion 


1-So. Conf. Tournament at Atlanta, 
Ga.; 2-Narjonal Invrtsdon Tournament 
at New yorfc. N.Y. (Madison Square 
Garden); 3-Rainbow Qassc at Honolulu, 
Hawaii (Bfasoefl Center) 


Georgia State 

Maryland leads, 2-0 


1 1-26-B8 


N1 W 


B9-B2 


3-17-01 


N2W 


79-60 


i -Freedom Sow! Classic at Irvine. Calif. 
(Bren Events Center); 2-NCAA 
Tournament at Boise. Idaho (BSU 
Pavilion) 


Georgia Tech 

Maryland trails, 38.33 


12-29-72 


H1 W 


90-55 


12-27-74 


H1 W 


105-67 


12-10-75 


H W 


93-85 


12-29-77 


H1 W 


85-83 


12-19-79 


H W 


"5 55 


1-3-BO 


A W 


83-74 


2-28-80 


N2W 


51-49 on 


12-23-80 


A W 


55-55 


1-31-B1 


H W 


75-EA 


'5555' 


H L 


43-45 


1-30-82 


A L 


B3-B4 


2-5-83 


H W 


77-BB 


2-23-B3 


A L 


60-70 


3-11-33 


N3L 


58-64 OT) 


2-4-84 


A L 


70-71 Eon 


2-23-84 


H W 


79-74 


12-28-B4 


N4L 


69-70 


2-2-85 


H L 


60-72 


2-19-85 


A L 


43-48 


1-11-8B 


A L 


67-68 


2-22-86 


H L 


70-77 


3-B-B6 


N2L 


82-64 


2-1-B7 


A L 


72-76 


2-10-87 


H L 


74-7B 


2-B-B8 


H L 


83-96 


2-17-B8 


A L 


82-104 


5 "-55 


N2W 


84-67 


2-4-89 


A L 


74-87 


2-14-B9 


H L 


BB-B7 


2-3-90 


H L 


B4-9G 


2-13-90 


A L 


78-60 


2-1-91 


A L 


65-BO 


2-13-91 


H W 


96-93 


1-5-92 


A L 


B7-92 


5555 


H L 


65-67 


1-5-93 


H L 


75-85 


2-6-93 


A L 


79-93 


1-4-94 


A W 


91-8B 


2-5-94 


H L 


71-83 


1-4-95 


H W 


80-87 


2-4-95 


A L 


91-100 


1-3-96 


A L 


5- =5 


55-55 


H W 


88-74 


3-9-96 


N2L 


79-B4 


12-12-96 


H W 


77-B3 


2-19-97 


A W 


7B-BB 


1-21-98 


» .'. 


70-67 


5 5 55 


H W 


81-69 


3-6-9B 


N2W 


B3-65 


1-19-99 


A W 


77-B2 


2-21-99 


H W 


91 -BO 


' '5-55 


A L 


55-55 


2-16-00 


H W 


92-70 


1-6-01 


H W 


93-BD 


2-8-01 


A L 


82-72 


1-13-02 


A W 


92-87 


2-13-02 


H W 


55-55 


12-29-02 


H W 


54-77 


2-9-03 


A L 


84-90 


1-17-04 


A L 


71-B1 


2-19-04 


H L 


B4-75 



ACC SERIES 
PROFILE 

Terps at Home: 18-11 

Terps at Cole Field House: 17- 

10 

Terps at Comcast Center: 1 - 1 
Terps on the Raad: 7-18 
Terps at Neutral Sites: 3-4 
Terps since 1953-54; 5S-53 



Last 10 Games: 5-5 
Current Streak: GT wcr 2 
Longest UM Win 5treak: S 



Longest GT Win E 



1 -Maryland Invitatjonal at College Part, 
Md. (Cole Field House); 2-ACC 
Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. 
(Greensboro ColiseumJ; 3-ACC 
Tournament at Adams, Ga. (OmnQ; 4- 
flsinbcw Classic at Honolulu. Hawaii 
(Blaisdel/ Center) 



Largest Win Margin: 38 { 1 05-67 
on Dec. 27, 1974) 

Largest Loss Margin: £5 (82-67 
en Jan, 5, 1992] 

Most UM faints Scored: 105 

Most GT Points Scored: 1 04 



Gonzaga 

The series is tied, 1-1 

3-16-95 N1W B7-63 
15-6-Q4 N5L 6B-82 

1 -NCAA ToumsTTsnt; at Safe Lake City, 
Utah (Jon Huntsman CenterJ; 2-BB&T 
Classic at Washington, D.C. (MCI 
CenterJ 



Hampden- 
Sydney 

The series is tied, S-S 
1-14-33 H W 34-55 
1-52-44 H L 43-51 
1-57-45 H L 45-43 
1-56-46 H W 35-32 



Hampton 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

1-B-03 H W 108-58 

Hawaii 

Maryland leads, 3-0 

15-57-84 A1W 79-71 
15-58-96 A1W 76-59 
1 -Rainbow Classic at Honolulu. Hawai 
(Slasdefi CenterJ 

Hawaii-Pacific 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-59-85 A1 W 92-B5 
1-HawsfrPacrfic Tournament at WaAAu, 
-'=■'■ = . '■■'■ sr 'v's t; " Co'iseumJ 

Hofstra 

M aryland leads, 4-0 

2-7-62 H W 94-59 
12-2B-93 N1W 93-67 
11-20-9B H W 89-59 
11-29-03 H W 87-72 
1-HaB of Fame Classic at Springfield. 
Mass. (Springfield Owe CenterJ 

Holy Cioss 

Maryland leads, 4-0 

12-22-71 A W 102-79 
12-29-73 H1W 102-75 
1-28-83 A2W 55-53 
1-21-85 H W 99-75 
1 -Maryland Invftariona/ at Cotege Pert, 
Md. (Cote fie» HouseJ; 2-ec Worcester, 
Mass, (Worcester CentnmJ 



Houston 

The series is tied, 1-1 

12-29-65 N1W 69-68 
3-22-B3 N2 L 50-60 
1-Sugar Bowl Tournsw-nt at New 
r-==" .; .:,:= -f : -:.£f = 
NCAA Tournament at Houston, Texas 
(The SjnmirJ 



Howard 

Maryland leads, 3*0 

1-2-93 H W 109-69 
12-6-95 H W BB-71 
11-28-98 H W 93-55 



id fOlir\ 2001, 2002 

ICC Tournament! itlesrwsasw, -2004 

ACC Regular Season Titles': ms, ma ms, 2002 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




Illinois 

Maryland leads, 3-2 


3-22-84 


N1 L 


70-72 


3-14-98 


N2W 


B7-B1 


12-4-99 


N3W 


B9-B7 


11-21-00 


N4L 


50-90 


11-27-01 


H5 W 


75-55 



Kansas 

Maryland trails, 5-3 



Louisiana State 



1-NCAA Tournament at Lexington. Ky. 
(flupp Arena), 2-NCAA Tournament at 
Sacramento, Calif. Mrco Arena), 3- 
eBSTOasscatlVashuTgton, D.C.fMD 
Center); 4-Maw Invitational at Laha'na, 
Hawaii (Lahaina Cmc Center): 5-ACL7 
Big Ten Challenge at College Part, Md. 
fCole F\eki House) 



Indiana 

Maryland trails, 1-5 

1 £-30-33 H L 17-30 
15-20-34 H L 59-30 
12-2B-59 N1 L 63-72 

3-14-81 N2L 64-99 
4-1-02 N3W 64-52 

12-3-02 N4 L 74-80 (0T1 
1-B'ue Grass Festival at Louisville, Ky. 
(Kentucky State Fairgrounds Pavilion]; 
2-NCAA Tournament at Dayton, Ohio 
[Dayton ArenaJ; 3-NCAA Final Four at 
Atfanta, Ga. (Georgia Dome]; 4-ACC/ 
B/g Ten Challenge at Indianapolis, Ind. 
fConseco FieldhouseJ 



lona 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


3-16-00 


N1 W 


74-59 


1-NCAA Tournament at Minneapolis, 
M/nn [HHH Metratome) 


Iowa 

Maryland leads, 5-0 


12-25-84 


N1W 


78-6B (DTI 


11-30-99 


N2W 


B3-65 


1-Rainbow Classic at Honolulu, Hawaii 
(Blaisdell Center): 3-ACC/Big Ten 
Challenge at Baltimore. Md. (Baltimore 
ArenaJ 


Jacksonville 

Maryland leads, 8-1 


3-23-72 


N1W 


91-77 


12-9-89 


H W 


6B-53 


12-8-90 


A L 


70-71 


1 -National Invitation Tournament at 
New York, N. Y. (Madison Square 
Garden! 


James Madison 

Maryland laadB, 1-0 


1-28-87 


A W 


90-76 


Johns Hopkins 

Maryland leads, 19*5 


'-20-23 


A L 


20-22 


2-21-23 


H W 


23-19 


1-18-29 


H L 


23-25 


2-23-23 


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 


3B-24 


1-18-33 


A L 


27-37 


2-22-33 


H vV 


35-31 


1-24-34 


A L 


32-35 


2-21-34 


H W 


32-19 


2-2B-35 


A W 


4' -35 


3-6-35 


H W 


52-25 


2-19-36 


H W 


45-4C 


1-6-37 


H W 


54-31 


2-21-38 


H W 


56-30 


2-3-40 


H W 


49-36 


12-17-40 


A L 


94-36 


12-18-48 


H W 


41-38 


12-20-47 


A W 


84-53 


11-26-83 


H W 


108-65 



12-19-64 


H L 


81 -63 (DTI 


12-10-65 


A _ 


52-7' 


11-23-84 


N1 L 


55-5= 


12-7-97 


N2W 


B6-83 


3-30-02 


N3W 


97-BB 


1 -Great Alaska Shootout at Anchorage, 
Alaska (Sullivan Arena]; 2-Franfclin 
National Bank Classic st Washington, 
O.C. (MO Center]; 3-NCAA Final Four 

at Atlanta, Gs (Georgia Dome) 


Kansas State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-11-65 


A W 


63-57 


Kentucky 

Maryland trails, 5-8 


1-19-28 


H W 


37-7 


2-29-30 


N1 L 


21-26 


3-3-31 


N1W 


29-27 


12-15-55 


H L 


R': l!2 


12-15-56 


A L 


55-75 


12-9-57 


H W 


71-62 


12-15-58 


A L 


56-5B IDT) 


3-20-89 


N2L 


B1-9D 


11-24-95 


N3L 


B4-9B 


12-12-98 


A L 


91-103 


11-24-99 


N4L 


58-61 


12-11-99 


H W 


72-66 


3-22-02 


N5W 


76-SB 



Kent 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

1-2-73 H W 78-58 

Lafayette 

Meryland leada, 4-0 

'224-25' H W 30-15 
11-29-81 H W 82-58 
12-22-90 H W B4-4B 
12-23-98 H W 108-87 



Lamar 

Marylend leada, 1-0 

12-29-BB N1W 74-B5 
1-Sun Bowl Tournament at 3 Paso, 
Texas (Special Events Center) 

La Salle 

Marylend leadB, 3-0 

12-30-83 H1 W 96-83 
'2- '2-92 A \»l 93-75 
12-27-94 H W 96-a0 
1 -Mar/land InvitaDonal at College Park, 
Md. (Cole Field House! 



Lehigh 

Maryland leedB, 1-0 

12-8-70 H W 85-66 

Long Island 

Marylend leede, 7-0 



2-12-72 


A W 


78-60 


1-23-73 


H W 


100-73 


12-7-74 


H W 


99-B4 


1-3-76 


H W 


111-88 


12-2-7B 


H W 


49-45 


12-17-77 


H W 


94-64 


'2 2-3' 


H W 


3779 



The series 


5 tied, 


2-3 


2-27-31 


N1 W 


37-33 


12-21-63 


N2W 


75-55 


'2 '2-5 _ 


A L 


54-55 


1-2-89 


H L 


77-79 


1-So. Conf. Tournament at Atlanta. 
Ga.; 2-VPI Tournament at Bladcsburg, 
Va. Wirgwa Teen Coliseum) 


Louisville 

Marylend trails, 2-5 


12-30-61 


N1 L 


54-55 


3-22-75 


N2 L 


82-96 


1-13-79 


H L 


64-93 


12-13-80 


A L 


67-7B 


12-10-91 


A L 


79-9B 


12-28-92 


H W 


72-67 


11-20-00 


N3W 


95-73 



Md. -Eastern 
Shore (UMES) 

Maryland leads, 15-0 



Minnesota 

Maryland leads, S-0 



1-So. Conf. ToufrsmentatAtfantaGa,; 
2-NCAA Tc^n^TvaitatCincaTnao, Ohio 
(Riverfront ColiseumJ; 3-Half of Fame 
Tip-Off Classic at Springfield, Mass 
(Springfield Cmc Center): 4-Preseason 
NfT at New York. N. Y. (Madison Square 
Garden); 5-NCAA East Regional at 
Syracuse. N.Y (Carrier Dome] 

Kentucky 
Wesleyan 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

.. 1-2-54 A1W 54-37_"___ 
1 -All-American City Tournament at 
Owens bora <, _ 



1 -Sugar Bowl Tournament at New 
Orleans. La. (Loyola Field House); 2- 
NCAA Tournament at Las Cruces. N.M. 
(Pan American CenterJ; 3-Maui 
Inwtaoonal at Lahana, Hawaii (Lahaina 
Cwc Center] .^___ 

Loyola (Md.) 

Maryla nd leads, B-5 

1-24-14 A L 

1-17-31 H L 30-33 
1-11-32 H L 27-28 
12-12-47 H L 52-B3 
12-11-4B A L 75-77 
12-30-5B N1W 54-50 
1-27-71 A W BB-69 
12-20-71 A W 73-60 
12-22-B4 A W B1-74 
11-27-87 N2W 74-BO 
2-19-94 H W 94-71 
11-29-94 H W 92-62 
2-2-03 H W 65-58 
1 -Sugar Bowl Tournament at New 
Orleans, La. (Loyola Reld House); 2-MCI 
Harbor Clessic et Baltimore, Md, 
(Baltimore Arena) 



Maine 

Maryland leeds, 1-0 

1 -24-70 H W 97-6B 



Manhattan 

Maryland leeds, 1-0 



3 '5 53 N1 vV 59-55 
'■\7AA Tt.-^e-rarOs-jrte \'C 
(Charlotte Coliseum) 



Marine Corps 
Institute 

The series jb tied, 1-1 

' - 5-45 - L 34 5C 
'2 3A5 ^ /; 6'-A5 



Marshall 

The BerieB is tied, B-S 
12-17-43 H L 39-46 
12-20-45 H L 43-50 
12-20-68 A1W 99-BO 
12-29-BO H2W 114-B9 



1 -Marshall Inwtaoonal at Huntington, 
vV. Va. (Memorial Field House); 2- 
Maryland Invitational at College Parte, 
Md. (Cola Field House) 



Md.-Baltimore 
County (UMBC) 

Maryland leads, 13-0 



2-18-B7 


H .', 


73-54 


2-1-83 


H ,'v 


73-55 


2-22-90 


H W 


113-31 


1-7-91 


H ,'. 


92-55 


12-1-92 


H .'. 


103-30 


12-2-93 


H .'. 


B9-B0 


12 5-94 


H W 


102-77 


'2-4.96 


H W 


67-31 


12-13-97 


H W 


104-66 


11-17-9B 


H W 


90-62 


12-30-99 


H W 


82-52 


12-13-00 


H W 


93-87 


12-23-02 


H W 


101 60 



11-30-79 


H W 


B2-58 


1-20-B1 


H W 


B1-65 


.-,-. 


H W 


76-64 


12-1-82 




91-70 


12-14-83 


H W 


104-69 


12-13-84 




B7-48 


2-17-B6 


H W 


91-44 


2-27-B7 


H W 


117-51 


2-25-BB 


H W 


101-51 


12-1 -SB 


H W 


97-53 


11-26-91 


H W 


115-60 


'2-7.32 


H W 


94-63 


'2.25-95 


H W 


104-66 


12-30-00 


H W 


105-53 


1-6-04 


H vV 


B7-3B 


Massachusetts 

Maryland trails, 2-4 


3-15-90 


WW 


91-81 


12-29-93 


N2L 


80-94 


3-19-94 


N3W 


95-B7 


12-10-94 


N4 L 


74-85 


'2 2-95 


N5L 


47-50 


2-15-97 


NBL 


61-78 



1 -National Invitation Tournament at 
College Part, Md, (Cole Field House); 
2-Hall of Fame Classic at SpnngfieW. 
Mass. (Springfield Civic Center); 3- 
NCAA Tournament at Wichita, Kan, 
(Kansas Coliseum); 4-at Baltimore. Md. 
(Baltimore Arena); 5-FranWfn National 
Bank Classic at Lanobver, Md, (USAir 
Arena): 6-at Worcester Mass. 
[Worcester Centrum) 

Memphis State 

Maryland trails, 0-S 

12-30-57 N1 L 46-47 OPT] 
12-17-66 A2L 53-55 
1 -Sugar Bowl Tournament at New 
Orleans. La. (Loyola Field House); 2- 
Memphis Invitational at Memphis, Tenn. 
Md-South Coliseum] 



12-10-60 A W 64-53 
12-15-61 H W 75-69 

Mississippi 

Maryland trailSj 1-5 

2-26-26 N1 L 19-22 
3-1-29 N1 L 35-37 
11-28-87 N2W 77-69 
1-So, Conf. Tournament at Atlanta, 
Ga. ; 2-MCI Harbor Qassc at Baltimore, 
Md. (Baltimore Arena) 

Mississippi 
State 

Maryland trails, 0-5 

12-29-58 N1 L 45-56 
12-29-61 N1 L 62-64 
1 -Sugar Bowl Tournament at New 
Orleans, La (Loyola Field House) 

Missouri 

Maryland treilB, 1-3 

1-6-88 A L 85-93 

1-24-B9 H L 73-37 

2-1B-96 H W 91-72 

12-30-97 A L 79-93 



Monmouth 

Maryland leeds, B-0 



Miami 

ThB eeriea jb tied, 3-3 

2-1-54 A W 63-57 
1-22-62 A W 71 -6a 
12-29-64 A1 L 73-80 
'■33.63 A L_ 73-93 ~ 
12-21-6B N2L 95-92 
12-29-70 H W 111-77 
1 -Hurricane Classic at Miami, Fla. 
(Miami Beach Convenoon Center); 2- 
Marshall Invitational at Huntington. W 
Va, (Memorial Field House] 



Miami-OH 

MarylBnd iBsds, 4-1 

1-28-49 A W 43-42 
1-29-49 A L 49-59 
12-2B-79 H1W 115-76 
3-15-B5 N2W 69-6B(0T) 
11-24-02 H W 64-49 
1 -Maryland Invitational at College Parte, 
Md. [Cole Field House); 2-NCAA 
Tournament at Dayton, Ohio (Dayton 
ArenaJ 



Michigan 

Maryland trails, S-3 

1 -4-27 A L 25-39 
12-18-33 H W 29-25 

12.17-37 H L 2643 



3-25-94 N1 L 71-78 
I2-2-3C N2VV 39-5' 
1-NCAA Tournament at Dallas. Texas 
(Reunion Arene); 2-BBST Clessic at 
Washvigton, D.C. (MCI Center) 



Michigan State 

Maryland trails, 0-E 
12-29-55 H1 L 75-95 
3-28-03 N1 L 58-60 
I-(vW-vVinter Fespvai at College Par*. 
Md. (Cole Field House); 2-NCAA 
Tournament st San Antonio, Texas 
(AlamotJome) 



3-BB H W 74-70 
1-01 H W 91-55 



Montana State 

Maryland leads, 1-Q 

12-30-56 IM1W 89-72 

1 -All- American City Tournament at 
Owensboro, Ky, 

Morgan State 

Msryland leads, 4-0 

12-7-B8 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 

MBryland trails, 1-2 

1910-11 H W 22-20 
1-10-14 H L 
1-17-14 A L 

Mount St. 
Mary's 

Maryland leads, 4-0 



12-8-B7 


A W 


B2-54 


11-23-91 


H W 


B3-53 


11-22-97 


H W 


102-74 


1-3-04 


H W 


89-56 


Navy 

Maryland leads, 30-87 


1924-25 


A L 


'6-23 


1925-26 


A v\ 


21-12 


1926-27 


A L 


30-32 


2-4 23 


A L 


26-35 


2-13-29 


A .', 


30-27 


'■22.33 


A W 


43-39 


2-21-31 


A L 


33-36 


'■23-32 


H W 


26-15 


I -26-33 


A L 


21-59 


2-3-34 


A L 


27-46 


1-30-35 


A L 


3B-43 


1-15-36 


A W 


32-20 


2-3-37 


A L 


37-53 


2-2-38 


A L 


34-37 


1-11-39 


A L 


37-47 


2-5-41 


A L 


27-52 


2-11-42 


A L 


47-61 


1-30-43 


A W 


63-54 


2-26-44 


A L 


35-69 


1-10-45 


A L 


33-70 


1-16-46 


A L 


35-44 


i 22 47 


A L 


27 55 



1-14-48 


A L 


47-51 


1-22-49 


A L 


46-52 


12-17-49 


A L 


62-75 


1-10-51 


A L 


47-51 


1-5-52 


A W 


4B-45 


2-21-53 


A L 


47-51 


2-13-54 


A W 


61-60 (OT) 


1-29-55 


A W 


60-54 


2-4-5B 


H W 


80-61 


2-23-57 


A L 


55-56 


12-18-57 


H W 


8B-58 


2 '-53 


A W 


B4-51 


12-17-58 


H L 


50-53 


1-20-60 


A W 


51-50 


1-18-61 


H W 


63-62 


2-3-62 


A L 


58-67 


ll!-R'J 


H W 


B7-B1 


'-•1-64 


A L 


55-BB 


1-13-65 


H fl 


77-5B 


2-20-65 


A W 


70-57 


2-9-66 


H W 


74-B9 


2-16-67 


A L 


65-66 


'■•7-63 


H W 


76-72 


2-12-B9 


A L 


68-72 


1-14-70 


H ,'; 


73-57 


1-22-72 


A W 


85-60 


1-20-73 


A W 


7B-B7 


1-19-74 


A W 


72-50 


'-'3-75 


a :. 


87-73 


1-17-76 


A .'. 


87-69 


1-15-77 


N1W 


52-54 


1-23-79 


H W 


B2-62 


11-28-80 


H W 


BB-S4 


1-31-83 


H W 


98-73 


3-17-85 


N2W 


64-59 


1 -at Landover, Md. (Capita! Centre]; 2- 
NCAA Tournament at Dayton, Ohio 
[Daytan ArenaJ 



New Mexico 
State 

Maryland trails 0-1 

12-31-56 N1 L 43-45 

1 -All-American City Tournament at 

Dwensboro, Ky. 

New York 
University 

M arylend trails, 0-5 

1-8-11 H L 7-25 
2-3-3B H L 27-42 



Niagara 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



100-59 



New York, N.Y. (Madison Souere 
Garden) 



Norfolk State 

Maryland leede, 2-0 


12-23-00 


H A 


123-79 


' -3-02 


H A 


92-69 


North Carolina 

Merylend treilB, 53-109 


='■5 24 


H L 


20-26 


'■3 '-25 


H L 


16-21 


2-9-25 


H W 


23-22 


2-7.27 


H W 


28-20 


2-B-27 


H L 


23-32 


2-19-27 


A W 


23-18 


2-B-29 


H L 


22-26 


2-B-30 


H W 


35-35 


2-19-30 


A W 


29-22 


2-10-31 


H W 


33-31 


2-235' 


N1W 


19-17 


2-6-32 


H W 


26-25 


2 '2 32 


A L 


26-32 


2-3-33 


H W 


42-29 


' -20.34 


H L 


24-28 


1-18-35 


H L 


31-39 


' 25 56 


H L 


32-44 


I -29-37 


A L 


24-41 


2-6-37 


H L 


35-44 


'■26-36 


A L 


24-43 


' 20-39 


H W 


34-32 


2-3-39 


AW 


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 


2B-53 


1-7-4B 


- . 


2B-64 


2-8-46 


H L 


31-33 


3-1-46 


N2L 


27-54 


1-4-47 


A L 


42-58 


1-2447 


H W 


B1-57 


1-348 


A L 


46-70 


2-13-48 


H L 


47-51 


1-349 


A L 


47-55 


2-11-49 


H L 


52-68 


3-3-49 


N3L 


61-79 


1-2-50 


A L 


53-55 


2-3-50 


H L 


56-89 


1-2-51 


A W 


B7-59 


' 20-51 


H W 


56-55 


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 


6B-B6 


12-18-54 


A W 


70-60 


2-12-55 


H W 


83-61 


12-17-55 


H L 


62-88 


5ii5 


A L 


55-64 


12 '"55 


- L 


61-70 


2-5-57 


H L 


61-65I20T] 


1-11-58 


H W 


74-61 


2-22-5B 


A L 


59-66 


5 5 55 


M4W 


86-74 


24-59 


A L 


57-64 


2-21-59 


H W 


53-5' 


2-3-60 


H L 


55"; 


2-23-60 


A L 


fi4R1 


12-29-60 


N5L 


57-81 


1-16-61 


H L 


52-5B 


2-2-61 


A L 


5B-63 


II-K-K2 


H W 


79-62 


2- '5-52 


A . 


67-70 


■ 4ii:: 


- L 


56-78 


2-7-63 


A L 


56-52 


1-13-64 


A L 


88-97 


2-1B-64 


H W 


74-64 


1-4-65 


H W 


7B-5B 


1-30-65 


A W 


91 -BO 


1-3-66 


A L 


52-67 


2-5-66 


H W 


"5-55 


2-5-55 




_-.. 


2-4-67 


A L 


77-85 


2-22-67 


H L 


78-79 


2-3-68 


H L 


67-73 


2-21-68 


A L 


60-83 


2-1-69 


A L 


B7-107 


2-19-69 


H L 


55-55 


1-31-70 


H L 


62" 


2 5" 


A L 


83-90 


' z: - 


A L 


79-105 


2-17-7' 


H L 


76-100 


' 2S-"2 


A L 


72-92 


2-16-72 


H W 


79-77 (OT) 


3-11-72 


NBL 


64-73 


1-27-73 


H W 


54 55 


2-14-73 


A L 


55-25 


1-26-74 


A L 


"3-62 


2-13-74 


H ,', 


3' .5: 


3-8-74 


N6 ,', 


'05-65 


1-25-75 


H L 


6B-69 


2-15-75 


A W 


96-74 


1-25-76 


A L 


93-25 1017 


2-11-76 


H L 


69-81 


1-22-77 


H L 


65-"' 


2-9-77 


A L 


70 97 


1-21-7B 


A L 


"1-55 


2-B-7B 


H L 


64-65 


1-20-79 


H I 


53-54 


2-7-79 


A L 


67-76 


3 2^5 


NB L 


79-102 


' 20-55 


A W 


22 55 


2-7-8Q 


H W 


"5 55 


1-7-81 


A L 


55": 


2 15-81 


H I 


63-76 


3-7-81 


N7L 


ere- 


1-5-82 


H L 


;:6= 


2 "52 


A L 


=5 52 


' '253 


A L 


71-72 


2 '653 


H W 


'05-24 


' '2-54 


H L 


5£"4 


2 '9-S4 


A L 


63--= 


1-9-85 


A L 


74-75 


2-1355 


H L 


54 BO 



2004-0 



5 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 



TRADITION 



w 



11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



. Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



1-14-BB 


H L 


67-71 


2 20 36 


A W 


77-72 (OH 


2-7-86 


N6W 


85-75 


I -B-S7 


A L 


65-98 


2 14-87 


H L 


86-93 


3-6-87 


N7L 


63-82 


1-14-8B 


H L 


65-71 


2-20-88 


A L 


^3-74 


3-12-88 


N6L 


64-74 


1-11-89 


A L 


72-8B 


2-19-89 


H L 


75-88 


3-11-89 


N8 L 


58-68 


1-1Q-9D 


H W 


3E-3E 


2-17-90 


A W 


33-7E 


1-9-91 


A L 


73-105 


2-16-91 


H L 


75-87 


1-13-92 


A L 


76-96 


3-1-92 


H W 


B2-B0 


1-9-93 


A L 


73-101 


2-9-93 


H L 


63-77 


3-12-93 


NBL 


36 132 


1-B-94 


H L 


70-75 


2-10-94 


A L 


89-95 


' 7-95 


A L 


90-100 


2-7-95 


H ►<< 


B6-73 


3-11-95 


HB L 


32-97 (OTI 


1-6-96 


H L 


B6-BB IOT) 


2-6-96 


A W 


B4-78 


1-8-97 


A W 


85-75 


2-22-97 


H L 


B1-93 


1-14-98 


H W 


89-83 IOT) 


2-14-98 


A I 


67-35 


3-7-98 


N6L 


73-83 (OTI 


1-13-99 


A W 


89-76 


2-13-99 


H W 


81-64 


3-5-99 


N6 L 


79-B6 


1 -27-00 


A L 


63-75 


2-26-00 


H W 


B1-73 


1-10-01 


H L 


83-86 


2-10-01 


A L 


82-96 


I -9-02 


H W 


112-79 


2-10-D2 


A W 


92-77 


1-22-03 


A W 


B1-6B 


2-22-03 


H W 


96-56 


3-14-03 


NB L 


72-34 


1-14-04 


H W 


90-84 


2-15-04 


A L 


B6-97 



1-So. Conf. Tournament at Atlanta, 
Ga.; 2-5o. Conf. Tournament at 
Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum); 3- 
So. Conf, Tournament at Durham, N.C. 
(Duke Indoor Stadium); 4-ACC 
Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds 
Coliseum); 5-Dix/e Classic at Raleigh, 
N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum); 8-ACC 
Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum); 7-ACC 
Tournament at Landover, Md. (Capital 
Centre); 8-ACC Tournament at Atlanta, 
Ga. (Omni); 9-ACC Tournament at 
Charlotte, N.C. [Charlotte Coliseum) 



ACC SERIES 
PROFILE 

Turps at Horns; 33-43 

Terps at Cole Field House: 18- 

29 

TBrps at Co mcast CentBr; 2-0 
ferps on thB Hofldi 1B-51 
Terps at Neutral Sitae: 4-1 5 
Terps since 1353'54; 35-81 



L ast 10 Games: 6-4 
Current Streek: UNC won 1 
Longest UM Win Streak: 5 
Longest UNC Win Streak: 1 1 
Largest Win Margin: 40 (96-56 
on Feb. 22, 2003) 



Largest Loss Margin: 36 (102- 
66 on March 13, 1393:64-28 

on Jan, 7, 1946) 

Moat UM Points Scored: 112 
Most UNC Points Scored: 107 



NC State 

Maryland trails, 67-69 


2-27-25 


N1 L 18-30 


•926-27 


A L 23-39 


2-10-28 


H W 36-24 


2 "-3D 


H L 26-2B 


2 13-30 


A W 21-13 


'-23-37 


A L 33-35 


2-24-37 


H W 41-35 


3-4-37 


A2 L 35-42 


2-4-39 


A L 40-46 



3-3-39 


A2W 


53-29 


1-26-40 


A W 


43-36 


2-24-44 


A2 L 


23-42 


1-8-45 


A L 


32-46 


1-20-45 


H L 


42-57 


1-5-46 


A W 


47-39 


1-19-46 


H W 


37-33 


3-13-47 


N3 L 


43-55 


3-2-51 


A2 L 


45-54 


1-13-55 


H W 


6B-64 


2-19-55 


A L 


56-78 


1-12-56 


H L 


64-73 


2-1B-56 


A W 


71-62 


1-19-57 


H W 


79-66 


2-16-57 


A W 


56-49 


' -23-53 


H L 


48-57 


2-15-5E 


A L 


64-69 GOT) 


12-3-5B 


H L 


53-55 


2-14-59 


A L 


37-53 


1-18-60 


H W 


B3-53 


2-13-60 


A L 


46-48 


3-3 fiC 


A4 L 


58-74 


12-33-60 


A5 L 


67-75 


1-21-61 


H vV 


"5-5^ 


2-13-81 


A L 


65-33 


12-12-61 


H I 


BB-73 (0T1 


1-20-62 


A L 


61-68 


'2-11-62 


H L 


74-78 (LTD 


1-19-63 


A L 


59-79 


12-10-83 


H W 


72-52 


1-18-64 


A L 


B5-6B 


12-8-64 


H L 


62-63 


1 '5-55 


A L 


67-73 


3-5-65 


A4 L 


57-76 


12-7-65 


H W 


59-48 


1-15-66 


A L 


5B-B0 ton 


12-7-65 


A W 


54-38 


•-7-57 


H A 


53-55 


12-8-87 


H L 


62-75 


1-6-68 


A L 


52-68 


3-7-68 


N6 L 


54-63 


1-4-69 


A L 


69-35 


2-5-69 


H L 


81-B6 


1-2-70 


N7L 


57-91 


2-4-70 


A L 


54-64 


3-5-70 


N6L 


57-B7 


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 


B5-B7 


1-31-73 


A L 


73 33 


3-10-73 


NBL 


74-78 


1-13-74 


A L 


74-BO 


1-30-74 


H L 


BD-B6 


3-9-74 


NB L 


100-103 (Oil 


1-16-75 


H W 


103-85 


2-1-75 


A W 


98-97 


3-8-75 


NBL 


B5-B7 


1-14-76 


A W 


B7-69 


1-23 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 


82-8B 


1-25-78 


H L 


73-60 


3-1-78 


NBW 


109-108 I30D 


12-20-78 


H W 


124-110 


1-10-79 


A W 


82-81 EOT) 


1-10-8D 


A L 


52-67 


1-23-80 


H W 


66-62 


12-20-60 


H W 


82-75 


2-25-B1 


A N 


75-72 


12-12-31 


A L 


53-74 


2 24-32 


H L 


38-52 


3-5-82 


NBL 


28-40 


1-29-B3 


H W 


B6-B1 


3-3-B3 


A W 


67-5B 


1-4-84 


A W 


59-55 


2-29-84 


H W 


63-50 


3-9-B4 


N8W 


69-63 


1-2-85 


H W 


5B-56 


2-27-B5 


A W 


71-70 


1-23-B6 


H L 


55-67 


2-13-B6 


A W 


57-66 


1-3-87 


A L 


47-69 


2-25-B7 


H L 


72-85 


1-27-88 


H L 


81-83 


3-3-88 


A L 


68-74 


1-29-89 


H L 


67-90 


3-2-B9 


A L 


77-94 


3-10-89 


N9W 


71-49 



1-27-90 


A L 


61-B1 


2-28-90 


H W 


96-95 


1-26-91 


H W 


104-100 


2-27-91 


A L 


91-114 


'-'•92 


A L 


88-94 


2-' 3-22 


h :, 


77-74 


1-23-93 


A W 


70-65 


2-24-93 


H N 


BB-71 


3-11-93 


N6W 


75-55 


1-22-94 


H W 


102-70 


2-23-94 


A L 


71-79 


1-22-95 


A W 


84-87 


2-22-35 


H W 


84-71 


1-20-96 


H W 


77-74 IDT) 


2-22-96 


A W 


85-84 


1-12-97 


A W 


66-53 


2-5-97 


H W 


66-55 


3-B-97 


NBL 


5B-65 


1-10-98 


A W 


68-65 


2 15-93 


H W 


78-63 


1 13-93 


h :■; 


94-4B 


2-10-99 


A W 


52-53 


1-5-00 


A L 


66-68 


2-5-00 


H W 


78-73 


3 '-35 


N6W 


64-61 


1-21-0' 


A W 


75-51 


2-20-01 


H W 


95-68 


12-30-01 


A W 


72-B5 


2-3-02 


H W 


89-73 


3-3-02 


N6 L 


32-36 


1-30-03 


H W 


75-60 


3-2-03 


A W 


68-65 


2-1-04 


H L 


69-B1 


3-3-04 


A W 


3-3-04 


3-13-04 


NBW 


B5-B2 



Notre Dame 

Maryland tr ail s, B-9 



Pennsylvania Richmond 

Maryland trails, 3-15 



1-So. Conf. Tournament at Atlanta, 
Ga.; 2-So. Conf, Tournament at 
Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum); 3- 
So, Conf. Tournament at Durham, N.C. 
(Duke Indoor Stadium); 4-ACC 
Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds 
Coliseum); 5-Dixie Classic at Raleigh, 
N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum); B-ACC 
Tournament at Charlotte, N.C. 
[Charlotte Coliseum); 7-at Greensboro, 
N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 8-ACC 
Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. 
[Greensboro Coliseum); S-ACC 
Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. fOmni) 



ACC SERIES 
PROFILE 

Terps at Home: 34-20 

Tsrpa at Cols Plaid House: 29- 

18 

Terps at Comcast Center: 1 -0 
Terps on thB Road: 2531 
Terps et Neutral Site9: 6-17 
ferps since 1953- 54 55-5'" 



L est 10 G ames: 3-2 
Current Streek: UM won 2 
Longest UM Win Streak: 6 
LongBBt NCSU Win Streak: 10 
Largest Win Margin: 46 194-48 
on Jan, 10, 1388) 



Largest Loss Margin: 34 191-57 

on Jan. 2, 1970) 

Most UM Points Scored: 124 
MoBt NCSU PointB Scored; 110 



Northeastern 

Maryland leads, 1.Q 

' '-23-35 _H_W 34 72 

Northwestern 

Maryland trails, 0-1 

12-B-58 A L 62-66 

North Texas 

Maryland leads, 1.Q 

'2-23-38 H W '32-57 



1-4-75 


H W 


90-82 


3-20-75 


N1W 


83-71 


1-31-76 


A W 


89-63 


11-27-76 


H L 


79-80 IDT) 


1-29-7B 


A L 


54-69 


1-27-79 


H W 


67-66 


1-25-80 


A L 


63-64 


1-24-81 


H L 


70-73 


1-23-82 


A L 


51-55 


1-22-33 


H W 


6B-B7 


1-28-84 


A L 


47-52 


1-28-85 


H W 


77-B5 


2-3-B6 


A L 


52-69 


12-31-B6 


H L 


50-63 


2-2-38 


A W 


7B-75 


11-26-99 


N2W 


72-67 


12-7-02 


N3L 


B7-79 



1-NCAA Tournament at Lbs Cruces, 
N.M. (Pan American Center]; 2- 
Preseason NIT at New York. N.Y. 
(Madison Square Garden); 3-BBST 
Classic at Washington, D.C. [MCI 
Center) 

Old Dominion 

Maryland leads, 4-1 

2-2-B3 H W B7-67 
1-21-64 AW 59-58 

2-4-85 H W B7-75 
1-24-B7 A L 73-B7 

2-B-B8 A W 70-65 



Ohio State 

Maryland trails, S-3 

12-29-34 H W 50-41 
3-12-79 H1 L 72-79 
12-1-83 N2L SB-72 
12-11-84 H W 76-73 
11-30-85 A L 66-78 
1 -National Invitation Tournament at 
College Part, Md, (Cole Field House); 
2-at East Rutherford, N.J. (Brendan 
Syme 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, S-S 

1-19-93 N1 ■:■: 32-73 

12-7-93 N2L 85-88 

2-24-01 H W 6B-60 

12-21-01 A L 56-72 

1 -at Baltimore, Md, (Satomore Arena); 

a-at Oklahoma City, Ofcla. mie Myriad) 

Oklahoma State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-16-66 N1W 50-49 
1-Memphis Invitational at Memphis, 
Tenn. (Mid-South Coliseum) 



Penn State 

Maryland leads, B-7 

12-1-50 H W 64-47 

12-2-61 A L 65-71 

12-1-62 H L 61-62 

12-7-63 A I 62-91 

12-2-64 H W 72-71 

12-1-65 A L 61-65 

12-1-66 H W 76-53 

12-2-57 A L 71-76 

11-30-68 H W 66-56 

12-1-77 N1W B9-B0 

12-7-7B N1W 69-61 

12-3-79 N1W 56-55 

11-27-B2 N2L 79-97 

12-6-83 N1W 67-58 



2-9-27 A W 26-21 

2-8-2B A L 26-30 

12-22-2B A L 18-30 

1-4-39 A L 24-36 

1-3-40 A L 34-41 

1-B-41 A L 32-43 

1-13-43 A L 49-51 

3-12-47 A L 54-80 

1-12-49 A L 67-81 

12-14-49 A L 52-54 

12-6-50 A L 65-74 

2-3_n_ A_L 52 53 

12-6-52 A L 53-70 

1-21-97 N1W 103-73 

12-9-00 A W B7-81 

1-at Baltimore, Md. (Beltimore Arena] 



Pepperdine 

Mar yland leads, S-Q 

3-14-66 N1W 69-64 
12-14-03 H W 96-72 

1 -NCAA Tournament at Long Beach. 
Calif, (Long Beach Arena) 

Pittsburgh 

Maryland lead s, 5-1 

2 1577 H 7: B&75 
2-16-78 A L 88-89 (OT) 
1-12-BO H W 95-BB 
1-27-B1 A W 59-66 IOT) 
12-27-96 N1W 66-63 
11-2B-9B N2W 87-52 
1 -Rainbow Classic at Honolulu, Hawaii 
(Blaisdell Center); 2-Puerto Rico 
Shootout at Bayamon, P.R. (Eugemo 
Guerra Sports ComplexJ 



Princeton 

Maryland leads, 5-3 

1924-25 A L 24-38 

1925-26 H W 32-26 
12-11-6B H L 63-72 
12-10-69 A L 67-75 
12-30-75 H1W 66-59 

12-4-76 H W 5B-45 
12-19-9B N2W 61-56 

12-2-01 NBW 61-53 
1 -Maryland Invitational at College Park. 
Md. (Cole Field House], B-at Baltimore, 
Md. (Baltimore Arena); 3-BBST Classic 
el Afeshingto: D C V": Center) 



Providence 

The series is tied, 1-1 

3-17-73 N1 L B9-103 
12-4-91 N2W 76-68 

I -NCAA Tournament at Chartotte, N.C. 

[Charlotte Coliseum); 2-ACGflig East 

Challenge at Hartford, Conn. (Hartford 

Owe Center) 



Quantico 
Marines 

Maryland trails, 1-2 



3-19-90 A3 L 76-BO 
1-at Hershey, Pa. (Hershey Park 
Arena); 2-at Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore 
Arena); 3-National Invitation 
Tournament at State College, Pa. 
[Recreation Building) 



12-11-43 


H L 


33-59 


12-21-45 


H L 


47-53 


3--.- 


A W 


62-48 



Randolph 
Macon 

Maryland leads, 4-1 



1-9-2B H L 20-33 

1-5-36 H W 43-27 

12-14-39 H W 47-16 

12-29-83 WW 58-52 

1-7-BE H W 74-50 

1 -Maryland Invitational at College Par* 

Md. (Cole field House] 



Rhode Island 

Maryland lea ds, 3-1 

1-5-40 A L 53-59 

12-2B-54 N1W 83-66 
3-7-79 H2W 67-65 (30T) 

VAll-American City Tournament at 
Owensooro, Ky.; 2-IMational Invitation 
Tournament at College Park, Md. (Cole 
Field House) 



Maryland le 


ads, a 


i-15 


2-9-24 


A A' 


24-22 


1-12-26 


H W 


30-14 


2-3-34 


H L 


33-44 


2-9-35 


H L 


26-56 


1-18-38 


H W 


2B-24 


12-17-36 


A L 


40-51 


12-16-27 


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 


17-38 


12-13-41 


A W 


41-23 


12-10-42 


H W 


32-28 


2-12-44 


A L 


34-65 


2-16-46 


H W 


37-31 


1-8-47 


H L 


39-41 


2-15-47 


A L 


49-68 


2-19-46 


H W 


60-53 


2-26-42 


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 


1-6-51 


A W 


48-42 


2-21-51 


H W 


42-33 


2-14-52 


H .-. 


55-45 


2-27-52 


A W 


54-50 


1-8-53 


A W 


63-60 (OT) 


2-9-53 


H L 


46-49 


' 4-54 


A ;V 


72-64 


1-11-54 


H L 


71-73 


1-2-71 


H W 


99-67 


2-22-72 


H .V 


76-61 


12-2-72 


A W 


82-50 


1-2-74 


A W 


98-60 


11-16-74 


H W 


106-81 


12-6-75 


A A' 


98-71 


1-4-77 


H W 


90-87 


3-12-82 


N2W 


66-50 


1-So. Conf. Tournament at Raleigh, 
N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum]; 2-National 
Invitation Tournament at New York, 
N.Y. [Madison Sguare Garden) 


Rider 

Maryland leads, 3-0 


'2-23-3' 


H W 


B3-69 


11-30-93 


H W 


93-79 


12-13-95 


H W 


83-67 


Rutgers 

The series is tied, 


3.3 


1-4-40 


A .'.' 


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 


12-28-91 


N2L 


79-95 


1-FCAC Holiday Festival at New York, 
N. Y. (Madison Souare Gerden}; 2-fiesta 
Bowl Classic at Tucson, Ariz. IMcKale 
Center] 



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 36-29 

2-15-39 A W 48-20 



St. John's 

Maryland trails, 1-S 

1-2-42 A L 48-64 
12-30-71 H1W 90-69 
3-18-99 N2L 62-76 
1 -Maryland Invitational at College Park. 
Md, (Cole Field HouseJ; 2-NCAA 
Tournament at Knoxville, Tenn. 
(Thompson-Boling Arena) 



St. Joseph's 

Maryland leads, 3-1 

3-1B-72 N1W 67-55 

12-29-7B H2W B2-5B IDT) 



Sacramento 
State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-24-B9 N1W 98-68 
1-Chaminade Christmas Classic at 
Honolulu, Hawaii (Blaisdell Center) 

St. Francis 
(Pa.) 

Maryland JBads, 1-0 

12-30-55 H1 W 75-66 
1 -Mid-Winter Festival at College Par*. 
Md. [Cole field House) 

St. John's 
(Annapolis) 

Maryland leads, 9*5 



1-23-14 


A L 


10-48 


2-7-14 


A L 


15-38 


1-25-2B 


H W 


25-22 


'-25-29 


H .V 


20-18 


2-25-30 


H W 


42-25 


2-17-31 


H W 


32-27 



12-30-6 



H2W 74-57 



12-B-B2 H L 56-64 
1 -National Invitation Tournament at 
New York, N.Y. (Madison Square 
Garden); 2-Maryland Invitational at 
College Park, Md. (Cole Field House) 



St. Louis 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

3-17-94 N1 W 74-66 

I -NCAA Tournament at Wichita, Kan. 
(Kansas Coliseum) 

St. Peter's 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

11-27-81 H W 49-42 



San Francisco 

Maryland leads, 5-0 

12-21-73 N1 W 78-60 
11-17-95 H2W 71-61 
I -Cable Car Classic at Oakland, Calif. 
(Oakland Coliseum); 2-PreseasonNITat 
College Park, Md, (Cole Field House) 

Santa Clara 

The BBPJes Is tied, 1-1 

12-52-73 N1 W 53-32 
3-15-96 N2L 79-91 
'■Cable Car C'assc at Oakland, CaM. 
(Oakland Coliseum); S-NCAA 
Tournament at Tempe, Ariz. (Special 
Events Center) 



Seton Hall 

Maryland leads, 2-1 



12-30-41 


A L 


15-59 


2-20-71 


A W 


56-55 


12-29-75 


H1W 


104-69 


1 -Maryland Invitational 
Md. Cole field House) 


3t College Peri. 


Siena 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


3-15-02 


N1 W 


B5-70 


1-NCAA Tournament at Washington, 
D.C. (MCI Center) 


South Carolina 

Maryland leads, 31-26 


1924-25 


H W 


33-22 


2-24-33 


N1 L 


28-65 


1-4-35 


H W 


35-21 


1 23-43 


A L 


30-33 


1-15-48 


H W 


6B-54 


2-21-4B 


A W 


54-53 


2-8-49 


H W 


79-49 


2-19-49 


A W 


57-56 


2-13-50 


H L 


56-61 


2-24-50 


A L 


44-59 


2 2-51 


A L 


43-70 


2-12-51 


h r. 


47-37 


12-3-53 


A W 


53-49 


12-18-53 


H W 


79-48 


1-4-55 


H W 


68-51 


1-10-55 


A W 


68-52 



1 461 



mmmmtm 



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MH 







ilfOW: 2001, 2002 

ICC Tournament Titles:/ss«-;s«,7flM 

ACC Regular Season Titles: ws, mo, was, 2002 







14-56 


H W 


76-57 


1-9-56 


A W 


59-53 


1-5-57 


A L 


60-68 


1-14-57 


H W 


66-59 


3-8-57 


N2L 


64-74 


1-3-5B 


A W 


72-59 


3-1 -5B 


H W 


99-59 


1-9-59 


A W 


59-4- 


2-97-59 


H W 


75-45 


1-B-BD 


H W 


85-52 


9-27-60 


A W 


72-55 


1-7-61 


H W 


72-58 


2-11-61 


A L 


61-64 


1-6-62 


H L 


77-86 


2-9-62 


A L 


68-85 


1-5-63 


H W 


63-63 


2-11-63 


A W 


51-44 


1-6-64 


H L 


69-73 lD T i 


2-29-64 


A L 


64-74 


1-9-65 


A W 


75-70 


2-27-65 


H W 


73-59 


1-31-66 


A W 


76-63 


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 


86-65 


1-3-68 


A L 


59-68 


12-7-68 


A L 


67-79 


1-8-69 


H L 


67-69 


3-6-69 


N4 L 


71-92 


12-15-69 


H L 


63-101 


1-10-70 


A L 


44-55 


12-16-70 


A L 


70-96 


1-9-71 


H W 


31-30 ion 


3-11-71 


N3L 


63-71 


12-2B-87 


H W 


B2-77 


12-5-88 


A L 


51-57 


12-1-89 


N5 L 


51-53 


12-29-Rf) 


N6 W 


78-63 


' 1 q-97 


N7 L 


^2-76 ion 



1-So. Conf Tournament at Raleigh, 
N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum); 2-ACC 
Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. [Reynolds 
Coliseum); 3-ACC Tournament at 
Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro 
ColiseumJ; 4-ACC Tournament at 
Charlotte. N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum); 
5-Centrsl Fidelity Classic at Richmond, 
Ve, (Bobbins Center), B-ECAC Holiday 
Festival at New York, N.Y. (Madison 
Square GardenJ; 7 -Black Coaches 
Assoc. Classic at Minneapolis, Minn, 
(Target Center] 

South Carolina 
State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-27-9B H W 104-70 



Southern 
California 

Maryland leads, 3-0 

12-30-7B H1 W 63-79 
2-19-90 A W 64-62 
1 1 -aB-90 H W 72-59 
(-Maryland Invitational at College Park. 
Md. ICole Field House) 

Southern 
Illinois 

Maryland trails, 0-1 

12-22-67 N1 L 72-73 10T) 

1 -Sun Carnival Tournament at B Paso, 
Texas (Memorial Gymnasium) 

South Florida 

Maryland leads, 2-0 

1-53-90 H W B4-B6 



1-19-91 



. W B7-B1 



Stanford 

Maryland leads, 3-0 



15-gS-B5 N1W 67-65 
15-6-98 N2W 65-60 



3-24-01 N3W 87-73 
l-Hswar-Pacrfic Toumamentst WafWtu, 
Hawaii (War Memorial Coliseum); 3- 
BBSTQassc at Washington. D.C. (MO 
Center); 3-NCAA Tournament at 
Anaheim, Calif. (Arrowhead Pond of 
Anaheim) 



Staunton 
Military 

Maryland trails, 0-1 

1910-11 A L 24-58 

Stevens 
Institute 

Maryland leads, 4-1 



Texas 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



UNC Greensboro 



'924-25 


A W 


21-19 


1924-25 


H W 


21-17 


1925-23 


H L 


24-27 


1 926-27 


H W 


27- 1B 


1-30-28 


H W 


31-24 


Stony Brook 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-6-00 


H W 


107-59 


Syracuse 

Maryland leads, 5-1 


3-2D-72 


N1 W 


71-35 


2-30-72 


H2W 


90-76 


3-15-73 


N3 W 


91-75 


12-29-76 


H2W 


96-B5 


12-6-80 


A4W 


83-73 


3-20-04 


N5L 


70-72 



3-1B-95 N1 W 82-68 

1 -NCAA Tournament at Salt Lake City. 
Utah (Jon Huntsman Center) 



Texas Christian 

Maryland leads, 1-0 
11-25-88 N1 W 74-67 
1 -Freedom Sow! Classic at Irvine, Calif. 
(Sren Events Center) 

Texas Tech 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-57-54 N1W 58-54 

1 -All-American City Tournament at 

Owensboro, Ky. 



Towson 

Maryland leadSj 



1 -National Invitation Tournament at 
New York, N.Y, (Madison Square 
Garden); 2-Maryland Invitational at 
College Park, Md. (Cole Field House); 
3-NCAA Tournament at Charlotte N.C. 
(Charlotte Coliseum); 4-Camer Oassic 
at Syracuse, N.Y. {Carrier Dome); 5- 
NCAA Tournament at Denver, Colo 
(Pepsi Center) 



Tampa 

Maryland leads, 2-0 


1-30-54 


A W 


61-51 


12-22-70 


H W 


80-72 


Temple 

The series Is tied, 


3.3 


12-4-48 


A L 


49-B7 


3-14-53 


N1 L 


67-71 


12-23-79 


H2W 


B5-B3 


2-23-33 


N3W 


B3-B6 


2-13-03 


A L 


65-73 


'1-3-0' 


N4 W 


32-74 



1-NCAA Tournament etCharlotte N.C. 
(Charlotte Coliseum); 2-Maryland 
Invitational at College Park. Md. fCote 
Field House); 3-et Baltimore, Md. 
(Baltimore Arena); 4-Coaches vs. 
Cancer IKON Classic at New York. N. Y. 
(Madison Square GardenJ 

Tennessee 

The series la tied, 5-5 

15-5-49 A L 40-61 
15-20-63 N1 L 59-70 
3-8-BO NSW 86-75 
11-25-84 N3W 75-49 
1-VPI Tournament at Blacfcsburg, Ve, 
(Virginia Tech Coliseum): 3-NCAA 
Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum); 3-Great Alaska 
Shootout at Anchorage. Alaska (Sullivan 
Arena) 



Tennessee- 
Chattanooga 

Maryland leads, 2-0 
3-1S-B1 N1W B1-69 
3-17-B3 N5W 52-51 
1-NCAA Tournament at Dayton, Ohio 
(Dayton Arena); 3-NCAA Tournament 
at Houston, Texas (The Summit) 



Texas-El Paso 

Maryland trails, 1-B 

12-21-67 A1 L 53-70 
12-30-BB A2 L 51-69 
3-1B-04 N3W B6-B3 
1-Sun Carnival Tournament at 8 Paso, 
Tenas (Memorial Gymnasium); 2-Sun 
Bowl Tournament at B Paso, Te*es 
(Special Events Center); 3-NCAA 
Tournament at Denver, Colo. (Pepsi 
Center) 



12-0 



12-9-81 H W 75-59 

12-14-B2 H W 66-56 

2-21-B5 H W 91-38 

12-13-85 H W 91-58 

1-5-87 H W 79-71 

11-26-90 H W 93-69 

12-21-91 H W 63-76 

12-23-92 H W 76-66 

12-23-93 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, 
Arena! 



Tulane 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



Maryland leads, 5-Q 


2-25-92 


H W 84-55 


12-23-03 


H W 85-58 


UNC Wilmington 

Maryland leads, 3-D 


'2 57 97 


H W 74-36 


3-21-03 


N1 W 75-73 


1 -NCAA Tournament at Nashville, Term. 
(Gaylord Entertainment Center) 


UNLV 

Maryland trails, 1-4 


2-4-78 


H W 81-68 


12-4-78 


A L 88-94 


1-19-85 


A L 76-78 


12-7-85 


H L 61-64 


3-16-86 


N1 L 64-70 


1-NCAA Tournament at Long Beach. 
Cs ' Long Bead Arena) 



U.S. Merchant 
Marines 

MBryland traila, 1-3 



Md. (Baltimore 



11-19-99 H1W 78-70 
1-Preseason NIT at College Park. Md. 
(Cole field House) 



Tulsa 

Maryjand leads, 1-0 

12-28-64 N1W 66-59 

1 -Hurricane Classic at Miami. Fla. 

(Miami Beach Convention Center) 

UC Irvine 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-11-90 H W 93-79 



UCLA 

Maryland trails, 5-5 

12-1-73 A L B4-B5 
15-58-74 HI L 75-B1 
1S-S9-B1 A L 57-90 
1S-S3-B2 H W B0-79[5QT) 

15-9-95 N5 L 63-73 
11-57-9B N3W 70-54 
3-1B-00 N4 L 70-105 
1 -Maryland Invitational at College Park, 
Md. (Cole Field House); 2-Jonn Wooden 
Classic at Anaheim, Calif. (Arrowhead 
Pond of Anaheim); 3-Puerto Rico 
Shootout et Bayamon, P.P. (Eugenio 
Guerra Sports Complex); 4-NCAA 
Tournament at Minneapolis, Minn. (HHH 
MetrodomeJ 



UC Santa 
Barbara 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

3-'S-36 ~N] A 32-B5 
1-NCAA Toumamentat Cincinnati. Ohio 
(Riverfront Coliseum) 

UNC Asheville 

Maryland leads, 1-0 
12-25-97 H W 110-52 



UNC Charlotte 

Maryland leadB, 1-0 

12-22-75 H W 70-60 



2-27-45 


A L 


41-54 


2-14-46 


H W 


43-39 


2-26-46 


A L 


31-48 


2-19-47 


A L 


47-73 


Utah 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


1 1 -22-94 


N1W 


90-78 


1-Maui Invitational at Lahaina, Hawaii 
fLahaina Civic Center) 


Utah State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


3-12-98 


N1 W 


82-BB 


1-NCAA Tournament at Sacramento, 
Calif. CArco Arena) 


Valparaiso 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


3-11-99 


N1 W 


82-80 


1 -NCAA Tournament; at Orlando, 
Fla. (Orlando ArenaJ 


Vanderbilt 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-2B-57 


N1W 


71-56 


1 -Sugar Bowl Tournament at New 
Orleans, La. (Loyola Field House) 


Villanova 

Maryland trails, 1-B 


1-27-B5 


H W 


77-74 


3-22-B5 


N1 L 


43-46 


2-1-86 


A L 


62-64 


1-NCAA Tournament et Bimilngham, 
Ala. fSirminqnam Coliseum] 


Virginia 

Maryland leads, 97.63 


1923-24 


H L 


13-26 


1924-25 


H W 


24- 1B 


1924-25 


A W 


38-25 


'3=5-53 


A L 


28-34 


'325-25 


H W 


30-21 


1926-27 


A L 


17-22 


1926-27 


H W 


29-28 I0D 


1-27-28 


H W 


26-20 


2-13-28 


A L 


12-34 


1-15-29 


A W 


30-22 


2-1-29 


H L 


22-25 


1-14-30 


H W 


54-23 


2-15-30 


H W 


5 '-29 


2-2-31 


A L 


3 '-34 


2-13-31 


H i\ 


34-2' 


1-21-32 


A :. 


33-3' 


2 '3 32 


H :\ 


45- '3 


1-31-33 


A L 


'3-23 


2-9-33 


H \\ 


3"23 


1-26 34 


A W 


43-20 


2 6-34 


H W 


26 25 


2 2 35 


H W 


44 24 



2-20-35 


A W 


33-32 


2-6-36 




40-34 


1-23-37 


- .'. 


37-23 


1 -27-38 


A .'. 


39-23 


1-28-39 


H W 


31-21 


2-6-41 


A L 


18-47 


1-9-42 


A W 


35 34 


-29-2 


H W 


36-26 


I -9-43 


H W 


53-49 


2-15-43 


A W 


56-42 


1-8-44 


A L 


20-52 


2-5-44 


H L 


26-49 


2-3-45 


A . 


26-57 


2-10-45 


H L 


23-6' 


1-23-46 


A L 


45-4B 


2-9-48 


H W 


37-38 


1-12-48 


A L 


44-B4 


2- '5-42 


h L 


58-BB 


12-16-46 


H L 


47-53 


1-7-49 


A L 


43-79 


12-6-49 


A L 


56-55 


2-14-50 


H W 


70-52 


12-1-50 


H W 


59-57 


12-13-50 


A W 


46-43 


12-2-51 


A W 


59-42 


1-7-52 


H W 


63-53 


'2-2 52 


H W 


71-81 


1-5-53 


A vV 


59-56 


1-5-54 


H W 


70-64 


1-18-54 


A W 


70-56 


12-14-54 


A '.',■ 


72-69 


1-6-55 


H W 


7B-65 


3-3-55 


N1 L 


67-68 IOT) 


12-2-55 


H W 


B7-55 


2-23-56 


A L 


60-73 


12-1-56 


A W 


67-63 


1-1-57 


N2W 


43-39 


2-12-57 


H W 


85-64 


3-7-57 


N1W 


71-6B 


2-7-5B 


A W 


87-66 


2-1B-5B 


H W 


69-56 


3-6-58 


N1 W 


70-66 


12-10-58 


H W 


63-58 


2-18-59 


A L 


50-62 


3-5-59 


N1 L 


65-86 


12-9-59 


H W 


70-62 


2-10-60 


A W 


44-43 


12-3-60 


A W 


57-52 


2-22-61 


H W 


77-B2 


12-18-81 


A W 


91-70 


2-21-62 


H L 


68-72 


12-15-62 


A W 


67-5! 


2-16-63 


H L 


63-' 


12-2-63 


H W 


53-59 


2-20-64 


A L 


73-79 


12-5-64 


A L 


53-6' 


2-17-65 


H W 


52-4- 


1-5-66 


H L 


62 55 


2-16-66 


J. 1/v 


71-64 


12-13-66 


A W 


B5-S5 


2-13-67 


H W 


B7-7B 


2-13-68 


H W 


B5-7B 


2-2B-B8 


A L 


68-70 


1-16-89 


H L 


77-78 


2-15-69 


A L 


7B-84 


2-11-70 


A L 


69-71 


2-28-70 


H W 


79-71 


2-10-71 


A L 


63-78 


3-6-71 


H W 


89-84 IOT) 


12-8-71 


A L 


57-7B 


3-4-72 


H W 


45-42 


3-10-72 


N3 .'. 


62-57 


1-9-73 


H W 


93-74 


3-3-73 


A iV 


92-81 


2-6-74 


A W 


33-5' 


3-274 




110-75 


2 475 


h VV 


BB-79 


2 '9- "5 


A IV 


70-51 


2-4-^6 


A W 


B9-B6 


2-28-76 


H W 


B1-73 


3-5-76 


N4L 


65-73 


2-2-77 


H W 


B2-B7 


2-25" 


A L 


6B-77 


2- '-"3 


A L 


64-66 


2-2D--3 


H L 


70-79 


-.31.-9 


H L 


63-69 


2-2 '-"3 


A L 


72-75 


1-3D-B0 


A W 


63-61 


2-23-BO 


H W 


82-71 


1-14-81 


H L 


54-65 



2-2B-81 


A L 


63-74 


3-8-81 


N4W 


85-62 


1-12-B2 


A L 


4045 IOT) 


22-22 


H W 


47-46 IOT) 


'-3-32 


H L 


64-83 


3-7-83 


A L 


81-83 


1-31-84 


- .', 


67-86 


3-4-B4 


H W 


74-65 


1-30-85 


H W 


-'-53 


3-3-85 


A W 


53-53 


1-19-86 


A L 


49-70 


3-1-86 


H W 


87-72 


1-10-87 


H L 


64-71 


3-1 -B7 


A L 


77-62 


1-20-88 


A L 


72-B4 


-■ ; :--:: 


H W 


B9-B3 


1-17-89 


H L 


58-64 IOT) 


3-5-89 


- L 


59-BB 


1-17-90 




74-72 


3-3-90 


H W 


89-74 


1-18-91 


H L 


62-76 


3-2-91 


A W 


78-74 ton 


'■29-32 


A L 


75-82 


3-7-92 


H L 


74-76 


2-4-93 


H L 


55 -5 


3-8-93 


A L 


74-BB 


2-2-94 


A L 


B6-73 


3-5-94 


H W 


70-68 


3 11-94 


N5L 


63-69 


2- -95 




71-62 


3-5-35 


A . 


S--32 


2-1-96 


A W 


23-72 


3-2-96 


H W 


23--' 


1-4-97 


H W 


7B-62 


3-2-97 


A L 


74-81 


2-1 -9B 


H W 


77-70 


2-24-9B 


A W 


74-66 


1-7-99 


A W 


71-66 


2-6-99 


H W 


8B-72 


2-2-00 


H W 


91-79 


3-4-00 


A L 


87-B9 IOT) 


1-31-01 


A L 


7B-99 


3-3-01 


H W 


102-67 


1-31-02 


A W 


91-87 


3-3-02 


H W 


112-92 


2-B-03 


H L 


7B-BB 


3-9-03 


A L 


7B-B0 IOT) 


2-4-04 


A W 


71-67 


3-7-04 


H W 


70-61 



1-ACC Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. 
(Reynolds ColisieumJ; 2-All-Amenc3n 
Cty Tournament at Cwensboro, Ky.; 
3-ACC Tournament at Greensboro. 
N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 4-ACC 
Tournament at Landover. Md. (Capita* 
Centre); 5-ACC Tournament at 
Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum) 

ACC SERIES 

PROFILE 

Terpe et Home; 58-20 

Terps at Cole Field House: 22- 

25 

Terps at Comcast Center: ' ' 
Terps on the R oad: 23-39 



Terps at Neutral Sites: r-r 
Terps since 1953-54: B^-AA 
Lest 10 Games: E- 
C urrent Str e ak: MO won 2 
Longest UM V'in S'.ireak 
Longest UVA Win Streak: 5 
Largest Win Margin: 35 (102-67 
on March 3, 2001: 110-75 on 

March 5, 1974) 

Largest Lose Margin: 35 79-43 



Most UM Points Scored: 115 
Most UVA Points Scored: 99 

Virginia Military 
Institute (VMI) 

Maryland leads, 41-10 



1-28-11 


A W 


17-14 


24-14 


A L 


3-44 


1923-24 


H L 


12-21 


'323-24 


N1W 


34-19 


'?35 25 


A W 


30-21 


1926-27 


A W 


32-15 


' '435 


A W 


23-3 


2-5-29 


A W 


32 2" 


2 '233 


A W 


4425 



2-22-30 


H W 


39-21 


1-9-31 


A W 


35-18 


1-30-31 




44-20 


1-16-32 


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 


36-27 


1-B-35 


H W 


39-24 


1-7-35 


H W 


44-29 


1-11-36 


A W 


53-32 


'■3-37 


A W 


48-28 


2-13-37 


H W 


45-28 


1-B-3B 


A W 


42-27 


2-11-38 


H W 


43-33 


2-1B-39 


H W 


53-35 


2-7-4C 


A W 


60-33 


2-2040 




27-25 


1-15-41 


A L 


::;-::- 


2-1841 


H L 


2741 


2-2 42 


A L 


41-4B 


2-27 42 




39-36 


1-1643 


A L 


34-33 


2-25-43 


H L 


33 35 


1-15-44 


H W 


43-36 


2-19-44 


A W 


31-29 


' '3-45 


H :',' 


4B-2B 


2-5-45 


A L 


2- "5 


1-18-47 


A W 


81-50 


3-1-47 


H W 


53-45 


12-18-47 


A W 


53-46 


I-17-4S 


H W 


53 43 


2-4-42 


A .'-. 


33 43 


223 43 


H W 


73-55 


2-1-50 


H W 


55-53 


2-6-50 


A L 


61-62 


2-8-51 


A W 


43-4- 


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 


87-41 


1 -So. Conf, Tournament at Marts Ga 


Virginia Tech 

Maryland leads, 23-4 


1925-26 


A .-. 


19-17 


1925-26 




30-14 


'■12-23 




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 


42 22 


1-21-33 


H W 


37-2' 


1-13-34 


A W 


29-24 


1-20-34 


H W 


34-32 


1-31-38 


H W 


42-35 


1 '342 


H W 


4941 


2-2 '4' 


H L 


3948 


l-'-47 


A W 


5749 


2-1747 


H W 


55-42 


12-9-4B 


H W 


32-5' 


12-3-49 


A L 


57-63 


1-15-51 


H L 


57-66 


1-12-53 


H W 


65 46 


2-8-53 


A l\ 


73-56 


12-17-53 




60-52 


2-5-54 


A .', 


5441 


1-29-90 


~ .', 


89-80 


2 '3-5' 


A ;', 


82-67 



Wagner 



Maryland leads, 2-0 
12-5-BO N1 W 96-73 
1-4-03 H W 79-57 
1-Csmer Osssc at Syracuse. NY. 
(Camer Dome) 



MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



tuSeven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



Wake Forest 

Maryland leads, 57-53 


3-6-53 


M1 L 


59-61 nn 


12-5-53 


A L 


54-71 


2-15-54 


H W 


74-53 


3-5-54 


N2L 


56-64 (On 


12-10-54 


H L 


5B-62 (DTI 


2-21-55 


A L 


71-75 


'2 10-55 


H W 


61-51 


2-20-5E 


A L 


60-76 


12-10-56 


H W 


EEEE 


2-18-57 


A L 


5B-62 


12-13-57 


H W 


72-58 


2-B-5B 


A W 


74-67 


12-20-5E 


H W 


6B-65 


2-7-53 


- _ 


53-56 


12-18-59 


- L 


47-54 


2-6-60 


A L 


64-65 


12-17-60 


H L 


60-72 


2-4-61 


A L 


69-76 


3-3-61 


N2L 


76-9B 


12 - E-E' 


H W 


79-62 


E -"EE 


- . 


78-B1 


12-13-62 


H L 


74-BE 


2-14-63 


A L 


54-75 


2-2B-63 


N2L 


41 -BO 


1-20-64 


A W 


91-82 


E 14-64 


H L 


77-79 


12-18-64 


H W 


82-64 


1-14-65 


A W 


93-85 [OT] 


12-4-65 


H W 


B7-66 


2-7-66 


A W 


B6-7B [OH 


12-20-66 


H L 


59-68 


3-4-67 


A L 


64-78 


12-14-67 


- L 


BD-73 


2-17-SE 


H W 


B7-74 


12-14-68 


A L 


87-95 


1-3-69 


A3L 


71-93 


12-13-69 


H L 


87-104 


1-3-70 


A3W 


96-98 


12-12-70 


H W 


72-71 


3-2-7 1 


A . 


EE"E 


1-10-72 


A3W 


49-46 


3-1-72 


H W 


64-56 (OH 


1-22-73 


H W 


105-76 


2-28-73 


- - 


60-62 


3-9-73 


N4W 


73-65 


1-11-74 


A W 


72-59 


2-27-74 


H W 


77-68 


12-4-74 


A W 


99-78 


1-11-75 


H W 


89-73 


1-10-76 


A3L 


93-96 


2-25-76 


H W 


105-91 


1-8-77 


H L 


B5-BB IDT] 


2-22-77 


A3W 


81-80 


1-7-7B 


A3L 


75-B4 


2-22-78 


H W 


91-89 


' 6-7S 


H L 


SE-EE 


2-19-79 


A3W 


54-53 


1-5-80 


A W 


84-76 


2-20-BO 


H W 


B3-77 


2-4-B1 


A L 


6067 


2-21-81 


H W 


94-80 


2-3-B2 


H W 


E1-5E 


2-20-82 


A3L 


42-48 


2-9-B3 


A3L 


86-79 


2-26-83 


H W 


83-75 


2-8-84 


A3L 


B7-9D EOT) 


2-26-84 


H W 


90-79 


3-10-84 


V .'. 


66-64 


EEEE 

2-24-85 


n .'. 


34-62 
B9-BB 


' 2E EE 


H W 


77-55 


E 26-8E 


A3W 


59-4B 


2-2-67 


A L 


58-69 


2-22-87 


H L 


66-75 


1-2-88 


H W 


93-76 


2-27-8B 


A3W 


70-65 


1-4-89 


A L 


80-70 


2-25-B9 


H L 


61-75 


1-4-90 


H W 


8B-B2 


2-24-90 


A L 


74-B4 


1-2-91 


A L 


62-74 


2-23-91 


H W 


B6-78 


1-22-92 


H L 


76-86 


3-5-92 


A W 


77-66 


1-16-93 


H L 


73-86 


2-17-93 


A L 


64-8B 


1-15-94 


A W 


61-5B 


2-16-94 


H W 


81-5B 


1-14-95 


H W 


76-66 


2-15-95 


A L 


54-63 


;«, fa 



1-13-9E 


A L 


64-77 


2-15 EE 


H L 


7B-B5 


1-19-97 


- .'. 


54-51 


2-1 37 


- _ 


69-74 


1-17-98 


A L 


BD-72 


2-19-98 


H L 


79-B3 


12-3-98 


H W 


92-69 


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 


2-171; 


A W 


73-57 


3-9-01 


N5W 


71-53 


1-23-02 


A W 


EE-SE 


2-24-02 


H W 


90-89 


1-15-03 


A L 


72-B1 


2-17-03 


H W 


90-67 


1-29-D4 


A L 


B5-93 


2 28-04 


H L 


83-91 


3-12-04 


N4 A 


87-B6 



1-So. Conf, Tournament at Raleigh, 
N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum): 2-ACC 
Tournament 3t Ralagh, N.C. KeynoJtfe 
Coliseum}; 3-at Greensboro. N.C. 
(Greensboro ColiseumJ; 4-ACC 
Tournament at Greensboro, W.C. 
[Greensboro Coliseum); 5-ACC 
~:~~-=-"2~: ;: -•=-:3 ~ '3=r"c = 
DomeJ 

ACC SERIES 
PROFILE 

Terps at Home: 33-15 

Terps at Cole Field House: 31- 
15 



Terps at Comcast Center: 1-D 
Terps on the Road: =j-23 
Terps at Neutral Sites: 3-4 
Terps since 1953-54: 56-50 
last 10 Sanies: 8-S 

Current S trea k: U'.' , '.-- 1 

Longest UM Win Streak: 7 
Longest WW Win Streak: E 
Largest Win Margin: 29 II 05-76 

on Jan. 22, 1373) 

Largest Loss Margin: 39 (80-41 

on Feb. 2B. 19631 

Most UM Points Scored: 105 
Most WFU Points Scored: 104 



Washington 
College 



Maryland leads, 13-4 


1924-25 


H L 


16-27 


1925-26 


H W 


30-26 


1926-27 


H L 


18-22 


1926-27 


A L 


16-21 


2-17-28 


H W 


ee ee 


2-11-31 


H L 


32-33 


2-10-32 


H W 


36-16 


2-8-33 


H W 


35-27 


2-17-34 


H W 


44-33 


1-16-35 


H W 


43-27 


1-23-36 


- A 


46-34 


2 EEE 


A W 


56-30 


1-20-37 


H W 


41-20 


2-16-36 


A W 


43-42 


2-24-39 


H W 


47-37 


2-22-41 


H W 


26-18 


1-16-42 


H W 


EEEE 


Washington S 
Lee 

Maryland leads, £7-26 


1910-11 


A L 


17-48 


1-31-11 


H L 


24-29 


2-3-14 


A L 


B-63 


1923-24 


H W 


22-21 


1925-26 


H W 


40-27 


1925-26 


A W 


33-20 


1926-27 


H W 


44-32 


1926-27 


A L 


32-34 


12-19-27 


H W 


3B-24 


1 -13-23 


A W 


31-2B 


2-2-29 


H L 


22-47 


2-6-29 


A L 


1B-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 


2B-17 


1-15-32 


A W 


42-38 


2-15-32 


H W 


-E e 



1-14-33 


A L 


40-43 


2-11-33 


H W 


46-2B 


3-1-34 


N1 L 


37-45 


E 16-35 


H L 


29-33 


1-10-36 


A L 


27-30 


2-11-36 


H L 


54-55 


E-E-EE 




32-38 


1-8-37 


- . 


27-51 


2-18-37 


H L 


35-41 


1-7-3B 


A L 


29-31 


2-5-38 


H W 


36-32 


2-11-39 


H W 


39-37 


1-20-40 


H L 


25-44 


2-8-40 


A L 


19-39 


2-28-4C 


N1 W 


43-30 


1-14-41 


- - 


41-59 


2-B-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 


1-16-47 


A W 


EEEE 


1-31-47 


H W 


59-50 


12-17-47 


A L 


84-70 


2-7-4B 


H W 


64-3B 


2-5-49 


A W 


66-60 


12-10-49 


H W 


EE-E 


12-18-50 


H W 


EE-E 


2-7-51 


A L 


65-B3 


12-5-51 


H W 


71-51 


12-19-51 


A W 


51-43 


12 IE EE 


_ A 


5B-4C 


2-14-53 


H W 


B7-56 


2-4-54 


A W 


51-25 


2-11-54 


H W 


76-43 


1-Sd. Conf. Tournament at Releigh. 
N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum) 


Washington 
Y.M.C.A. 

Maryland trails, 0-1 


1904-05 


L 





West Virginia 

Maryland trails, 14-83 

1925-26 H W 25-15 

1-5-34 A L 24-26 

1-2-35 H L 29-39 

2-10-36 A L 26-51 

12-19-41 A I 36-63 

2-14-42 H L 27-41 

2-23-46 H L 33-35 

12-14-46 A L 43-B1 

2-14-51 H L 64-70 

12-15-51 A L 36-39 

12-13-52 H W 52-45 

12-14-53 A L 71-87 

12-14-63 H W 74-72 

2-5-84 A L 67-91 

12-12-B4 H L 73-B0(0T) 

2-10-65 A W 86-78 

12-21-65 A L 74-76 

2-12-66 H W 107-92 



Western 
Carolina 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



11-14-98 H W 113-46 



Western 
Kentucky 

Maryland leads, 3-0 



12-29-71 H1W 103-67 
12-2B-77 H1W 91-7B 

MJ. Cole FieB House! 



Western 
Maryland 

Maryland leads, 15-0 

1928-27 H W 32-25 
2-24-28 H W 30-29 



11-87 AW B2-B1 (OT) 2-15-29 H W 32-17 



— 1-28-87 H L 58-B1 



H W 79-75 



2-10-68 A L 66-83 

12-4-68 A L 65-86 

2-8-69 H W 91-84 

1-7-70 H W B3-7S 

2-25-70 A L 7B-B3 

2-27-71 H L B1-B3 

3-17-B4 N1W 102-77 

12-1-84 H W 56-47 

12-12-B5 A W 42-41 

1-21 -87 H W 65-62 

12-5-87 A L 49-75 

12-27-8B H L 61-69 

12-1-90 A L B5-90 

12-7-91 H W 101-91 

12-5-92 A L 72-86 

12-7-03 N2L 77-78 (OT) 
1-NCAA Tournament at Birmingham, 
Ala. (Birmhgham Coteeum); 2-BBST 
Classic at Washington, D.C. (MCI 
Center] 



2-6-30 H W 37-18 

2-14-31 H W 45-35 

2-12-32 H W 25-15 

2-1B-33 H W 37-32 

2-10-34 H W 49-33 

1-14-37 H W 4B-3B 

12-12-39 H W 4B-32 



12-17-48 
12-11-47 



H W 49-39 
A A EEEE 



Wichita State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-2B-6B N1 W 95-B3 
1-CharfottB Invrtaoonal at Charlone. 
W.C. (Char-lone Cofeeum) 

Widener College 

Maryland trails, 0-8 
1910-11 A L 19-50 
9-26-14 A L 



William & Mary 

Maryland leads, 88-8 


12-20-2B 


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 


E 10-38 


H W 


45-3B 


2-14-39 


H L 


49-57 


2-14-41 


H L 


-EEE 


12-18-41 


A . 


34-39 


E 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 


36-42 


1-10-50 


H L 


52-56 


2 EE 


A L 


56-64 


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 


66-71 


12-4-52 


H W 


64-61 


2-17-53 


A W 


79-57 


12-6-53 


A W 


69-54 


2-25-54 


H W 


74-55 


EEEE 


A W 


67-62 


12-8-55 


H W 


52-51 


1-381 


H W 


69-84 


1-27-82 


A W 


50-43 


EEE 


H W 


56-51 


1-7-84 


H W 


58-44 


12-5-B5 


H W 


7748 


12-27-01 


H W 


103-75 


Winthrop 

Maryland leads, 3-0 


12-27-3E 


H W 


76-58 


12-3-87 


H W 


65-52 


12-7-99 


H W 


7 5-E; :: t 



Wisconsin 

Maryland tr ails, 1-3 

12-30-31 A L 3D-32 
12-23-32 H L 13-22 
11-29-00 M L 75-78 (OT) 
3-17-02 N2W 87-57 
12-2-03 H3W 73-67 (OT) 
'-ZZZBz ~e- 2-a ='OE =. V::s-<e= 
Wise. (Bradley Center); 2-NCAA 
Tournament at Washington, D.C. [MO 
Center); 3-4CCSig Ten Chatenge et 
CoBegePsr*, Md. (Comcast Center) 



Woodrow 

General 

Hospital 

The series is tied, 1-1 

2-9-44 H W 4B-2B 
2-1B-44 A L 25-35 

Wyoming 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-31-60 N1W B4-77 

1-Dixie Classic at Ralegh, N£. 
(Reynolds Corseum) 

Xavier 

Maryland leads, 8-0 

12-2B-76 H1 W B4-74 
3-23-03 N1W 77-84 
'-','=-, 2" -. :f::-£ ~. Zz _-:-: -5- 
Md. (Cole Field House); 1-NCA4 

r-:e~= — =-: Z=-:=- 



Yale 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

1-4-60 H W 10380 




Maryland beat North Carolina on Feb. 21, 1953 to 
mark the Terps' first win over a No, 1 ranked opponent 



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llfOUt: 2001, 2002 

CC Tournament Titles: -i358;ism;2om 

ACC Regular Season Titles: ws, mo m 2002 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




REGULAR SEASON TOURNAMENTS 



Total In-Season Tournaments: Sr 



Overall Record: 22-23 '. 7'fj; 


Total Championships: 27 


Runner-Ups 


: 12 




Ali-American City Tournament 

(Qwensboro. Ky.) 

12-30-53 vs. Arizona State W B5-50 


23 52 


.5. E.H"/ S 


W 86-58 


25- 


.a Kentucky Afesleyan 


W 54-37 (champions) 


\2S1ZA 


vs. Texas Tech 


W 5654 


12-2354 


,3 = -335 33-3 


/. ==-£5 


12-30-54 


.3 2":";: 


.'. 7381 (championsJ 


■2-3155 


.5 '5-35-3 2.3:5 


W B9-72 


= 3 32 


vs. NewMexco ASM 


L 4345 


1-1-57 


.3 ."I"3 


W 4339 


BBST Bank/ Children 

(Landover, Hd. /Washington 

12-2-95 vs. Massachusetts 


s Charities Classic 

D.G.) * 

L 47-50 


12-3-95 


us. George Washington 


W 98-81 


12-S-96 


vs. Cafifoma 


W 8004 


12-9-96 


vs. Georqe Washington 


vV 74-63 [champions) 


12-7-97 


.3 <3'333 


W 8603 


12-8-97 


.3 =53-05 :.--—'-" 


L 66-70 


12-6-98 


vs 5t£~-3^o 


W 6280 


12-7-98 


.3 25=3. 


.'. 32- 7 2 [champions) 


12-4-99 


.3 '33 


W 6987 


12-5-99 


.3 2-33"3 .'.33- --" 


L 69-74 


2 = 22 


vs. Mcniqan 


W 62-51 


2222 


.3 b£3xe .'.'as- -xc" 


W 71-52 [champions) 


12-2-01 


vs. Princeton 


W 61-53 


12-301 


.3 23"53:5_: 


W 7705 (champions) 


12-7-02 


vs. Notre Dame 


L 67-79 


•2-3-2= 


;3 3=:^= y.as-'qfc- 


W 9382 


12803 


vs. Gonzaga 


L 6882 


■=•7.32 


.3 .'.53: .--.-i 


L 77-78 (OT) 


: re- 


-.'= = -=-< - \5T3-5 53"-. 2" 3"£- C-£"OES C=3S3 " OS -"St r"55 

«atl^Ai™ays Arena (Landover, MdJ in 1995 and 1996. moved to 


Blue GiaSS Festival (Louisville. Ky.) 
12-28-59 vs. Mara L 63-72 


22232 


vs. Fordham 


W 76-54 


Cable Car Classic (San Francisco. Calif.) 
12-21-73 vs. San Francisco W 7880 


•=■=2-73 


.3 25",5 2 5-5 


.\ 22-22 [champions) 


Carrier Classic (Syracuse, n.y.) 

12-580 vs. Ware- W 96-73 


25 e: 


vs. Syracuse 


.', ;2 "3 (champions) 


Central Fidelity Classic (Richmond, va.) 


12-2-89 


.3 ^'~, 


W 7BO0 



Chaminade Christmas Classic 

(Honolulu, Hawaii) 

12-22-89 vs. George Mason W 104O6 

12-23-5 = .=_E 

•=-=-■== .3 2 



5 St. 



W 9106 



to ^tate 



.'.=25= (champions) 



Charlotte Invitational (Charlotte, n.c.) 

12-2886 vs. Davidson W 66-55 



22226 


.3 --~. 


.'. z' 5- (champions) 


12-27-69 


vs. Davidson 


L 69-83 


'=■2252 


vs. VY'Cta 


.', 25 22 



Coaches vs. Cancer IKON Classic 

(New York, N.Y.) 

11801 vs.Arizona L 67-71 



' 1-901 


.5 5~3 5 


.'. 


82-74 


Dixie Classic (Raleigh. N.C.) 

12-29-60 vs. Nortti Carolina L 


57-81 


12-30-60 


vs. NC State 


L 


67-75 


12-31-60 


vs. Wyoming 


W 


64-77 


ECAC Holiday Festival 


(New York, N.Y.) 

W 8601 


12-29-9Q 


.5 5c.~ _5-: "5 


W 


7B-G3 [champions) 


Evans ville Holiday Tournament 

(Evansville, Ind.) 

12-27-63 vs. Arizona L 54-57 


12-2B-63 


vs Coiomba 


.'. 


62-76 


Fiesta Bowl Classic (Tucson, Ariz.) 

12-28-91 vs. Rutqers L 79-95 


12-30-91 


vs. Evansvile 


L 


64-75 


Freedom Bowl Classic 

1 1 -2508 vs. Texas Chnsoar, 


(Irvine, Calif.) 

W 74-87 


11-2608 


vs. George State 


W 


69-62 (champions) 


Great Alaska Shootout 

11-2304 vs. Karsas 


(Anchorage, Alaska) 

L .56-58 


' ' 2-2- 


.3 A53<5-A-3-3~535 


.'. 


54-52 


=5 2- 


.3 ~5"53355 


.'. 


72-49 


Hall Of Fame Classic (Springfield, Mass.) 

12-28-93 vs.Hnfstre W 93-67 


■2-2252 


.3 V33333".. 35303 


. 


22 2- 


Hawaii Pacific Tournament (Waiiuku, Hawaii) 

12-2805 vs. Stanford W 6785 


2 2225 


.3 -3,'.5 -=s:-': 


w 


9205 [champions) 


Hurricane Classic (Miami, na.) 

12-2884 vs. Tulsa W 66-59 


2 225- 


vs. Miami (Ra.) 


L 


"252 


MCI Harbor Classic (Baltimore. Md.) 

11-2707 vs. Loyola (Md.) W 7480 


11-2B07 


vs. Mississippi 


.', 


7709 [champions) 


Marshall Invitational (Huntington, w.Va.) 

12-2008 vs. Marshal W 8380 


12-2108 


vs. Memi EFla.) 


L 


25 22 


Maryland Invitational 

(College Park, Md.) 

12-1909 Army 


Tournament 

L 5409 


12-20-69 


Fordham 


W 


2- _ - 


12-29-71 


Western Kentucky 


,'. 


10307 


12-30-71 


St. John's 


.'. 


20-69 [champions) 


12-29-72 


George Tech 


,', 


90-55 


12-30-72 


3,-53.35 


A 


90-76 (champions) 


12-29-73 


J 3, 2-335 


,', 


102-75 


'=-22-72 


Boston College 


,', 


53-37 (champions) 


12-27-74 


George Tech 


,'. 


10567 


'2-22-7- 


_2_- 


L 


7501 


12-29-75 


SetonHall 


W 


104O9 


12-30-75 


Pr.rceton 


.'. 


66-59 (champions) 


12-28-76 


Xavier 


w 


B4-74 


12-29-76 


Syracuse 


,'. 


9605 (champions) 


12-28-77 


Western Kentucky 


.'. 


91-7B 


12-29-77 


Georqe Tech 


,'. 


65-63 (champions) 


2 22 "2 


St. Joseph's 


W 


62-56 (OT) 


12O0-7B 


So.tre.- C5'-:-5 


,'. 


B3-79 (champions) 



2 22" 


'.'5- _" 


W 115-7S 


2 22 "2 


5~3 5 


W 8583 (champions) 


12-2900 


Marshall 


W 11489 


'=■2202 


3:. Joseph's 


W 74-57 (champions) 


12-2983 


Randolph Macon 


W 5352 


12O0-B3 


La Sate 


W 96-83 [champions) 


Maui Invitational (Lahaina, Hawaii) 

11-21-94 vs. Chamirade W 9587 


11-22-94 


3 _33- 


W 90-7B 


11-2394 


3 - 333 2:335 


L 90-97 


22 22 


; : : 


W 95-73 


'- 2 22 


.s I .res 


L 8080 


"22-22 


.3 25,33- 


L 71-77 


Memphis Invitational 

12-16-68 vs. Okahoma State 


(Memphis. Term.) 

W 5049 


12-1706 


vs. Memohis State 


L 5355 


Mid-Winter Festival (College Park, Md.) 

12-29-55 Michigan State L 75-95 


12-30-55 


St, Francis (Pa.) 


W 7586 


Preseason NIT (College Park, Md./New York, N.Y.) * 

11-17-99 San Franosco W 7101 


11-1909 


Tulane 


W 7370 


11-24-99 


vs. Kentucky 


L 5B-B1 


11-26-99 


vs. Notre Dame 


W 72-67 


• First and second round games at College Park, Md.: serrvfinai and tr.rd place 
games at Madscn Squads Garden. 


Puerto Bico Shootout (Bayamon. p.r.) 

11-2608 vs. AU-Puerto Rra W 82-32 


1 1-27-98 


vs. UCLA 


W 70-54 


••■22-22 


vs. Pittsburgh 


W 87-52 (champions) 


Rainbow Classic (Honolulu, Hawaii) 

12-25-84 vs. Iowa W 78-68 (OT) 


12-27-84 


vs. Hawaii 


W 79-71 


12-2B-B4 


vs. George Tech 


L 69-70 


12-27-96 


vs. Pittsburgh 


W 66-63 


'=.=252 


vs. Hawaii 


W 76-59 


12-30-96 


vs. Georoa 


L 65-73 (OT) 


Sugar Bowl Tournament (New Orleans. La.) 

12-2B-57 vs. Vanderbit W 71-56 


12-30-57 


vs. Memphis State 


L 46-47 BOD 


12-29-58 


vs. Mississippi State 


L 45-56 


12000a 


vs Loyola (Md.) 


W 54-50 


12-29-61 


vs. Mississippi State 


L 6204 


12-30-61 


vs Lousville 


L 6403 


12-2985 


vs. Houstpn 


W 69-63 


12-30-65 


vs. Dayton 


W 77-75 (champions] 


Sun Bowl Tournament iei Paso, Texas) 

12-290B vs. Lamar W 7485 


12-30-88 


3 "5.55- -55; 


L 5189 


Sun Carnival Tournament <□ Paso. Texas) 

12-21-67 vs Texas-El Paso L 53-70 


12-2207 


.5 2:.:-5- -35 


L 72-73 (LTD 


Tip-Off Tournament (Landover. Md.) 

11-27-77 vs.Amerean W 7=2; 


11-28-77 


.5 355-35:3.'." 


3' 2" (champions) 


Virginia Tech Tournament (Biacksburg. la.) 

12-2D63 vs. Tennessee L 59-70 


12-21-63 


.5 .3.35-3 =-5:3 


W 7585 



[1491 



14-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




TRADITION 



"lit 



m 



11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



> m Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



ACC TOURNAMENT HISTORY 



1954, Reynolds Coliseum (Raleigh, N.C.) 

82 Maryland def. 87 Clemson 75-59 H: 38-25_. 



82 Maryland lost to 83 Wake Forest 



56-64 lot] H: 29-29 R: 50-50 



1957, Reynolds Coliseum (Raleigh, N.C.) 

02 Maryland def. 87 Virginia 71-68 H: 35-35 



82 Maryland lost to 86 South Carolina 



64-74 H: 30-30 



8 4 Maryland def. 81 Duke 



71-65 lot] H: 29-23 R: 61 -61 



84 Maryland def. 83 North Carolina 



86-74 H: 27-34 



84 Maryland lost to 81 Wake Forest 



76-98 H: 27-44 



83 Maryland lost to 82 N.C. State 



67-76 H: 27-38 



82 Maryland def. 84 Duke 



63-48 H: 35-23 



82 Maryland lost to 8 1 North Carolina 



64-73 H: 29-41 



1973, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

83 Maryland def. 86Clemson 77-61 H: 31-26 



1955, Reynolds Coliseum (Raleigh, N.C.) 

83 Maryland lost to 86 Virginia 67-68 lot) H: 33-35 R: 59-59 

1956, Reynolds Coliseum (Raleigh, N.C.) 

85 Maryland lost to 84 Duke 69-94 H: 33-44 



83 Maryland def. 87 Wake Forest 



73-65 H: 30-34 



83 Maryland lost to 81 N.C. State 



74-76 H: 32-32 



1974, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

82 Maryland def. 87 Duke 85-66 H: 42-26 



82 Maryland def. 83 North Carolina 



105-85 H: 50-34 



82 Maryland lost to 81 N.C. State 



100-103 tot) H: 55-50 R: 97-97 



1975, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

81 Maryland, bye 



1958, Reynolds Coliseum (Raleigh, N.C.) 

84 Maryland def. 85 Virginia 70-66 H: 40-35 



81 Maryland lost to 84 N.C. State 



85-87 H: 42-49 



1976, Capital Centre (Landover, Md.) 

82 Maryland def. 87 Duke 80-78 lot) H: 39-46 R: 74-74 



82 Maryland lost to 86 Virginia 



65-73 H: 31-37 



1959, Reynolds Coliseum (Raleigh, N.C.) 

84 Maryland lost to 85 Virginia 65-66 H: 33-23 

1960, Reynolds Coliseum (Raleigh, N.C.) 

83 Maryland lost to 86 N.C. State 58-74 H: 33-36 

1961, Reynolds Coliseum (Raleigh, N.C.) 

84 Maryland def. 85 Clemson 91-75 H: 38-27 



1977, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

84 Maryland lost to 85 N.C State 75-85 H: 35-49 

1978, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

86 Maryland def. 83 N.C. State 109-108 I3ot) H: 48-36 R: 84-84 
■ lot: 95-92 Sot: 98-98 



8 6 Maryland lost to 82 Duke 



69-81 H: 31-37 



1962, Reynolds Coliseum (Raleigh, N.C.) 

87 Maryland lost to 82 Duke 58-71 H: 30-32 

1963, Reynolds Coliseum (Raleigh, N.C.) 

87 Maryland lost to 82 Wake Forest 41-80 H: 21-34 

1964, Reynolds Coliseum (Raleigh, N.C.) 

83 Maryland lost to 86 Clemson 67-81 H: 29-37 

1965, Reynolds Coliseum (Raleigh, N.C.) 

83 Maryland def. 86 Clemson 61-50 H: 32-27 



1979, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

84 Maryland def. 85 Clemson 75-67 H: 40-33 



84 Maryland lost to 81 North Carolina 



79-105 H: 29-43 



1980, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

81 Maryland def. 88 Georgia Tech 51-49 lot! H: 26-25 R: 43-43 



81 Maryland def. 84 Clemson 



91-85 H: 56-40 



81 Maryland lost to 86 Duke 



75-73 H: 37-33 



1981, Capital Centre (Landover, Md.) 



84 Maryland def. 85 Duke 



56-53 H: 29-22 



84 Maryland def. 81 Virginia 



85-62 H: 35-25 



84 Maryland lost to 82 North Carolina 



60-61 H: 26-32 



1966, Reynolds Coliseum (Raleigh, N.C.) 

85 Maryland lost to 84 North Carolina 70-77 H: 38-36 

1967, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

86 Maryland lost to 83 South Carolina 55-60 H: 30-28 

1968, Charlotte Coliseum (Charlotte, N.C.) 

86 Maryland lost to 83 N.C. State 54-63 H: 25-29 

1969, Charlotte Coliseum (Charlotte, N.C.) 

87 Maryland lost to 82 South Carolina 71-95 H: 34-42 

1970, Charlotte Coliseum (Charlotte, N.C.) 

86 Maryland lost to 83 N.C. State 57-67 H: 31-29 

1971, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

87 Maryland lost to 82 South Carolina 63-71 H: 27-37 

1972, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

82 Maryland def. 87 Clemson 54-55 H: 22-28 



1982, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

85 Maryland lost to 84 N.C. State 58-40 H: 11-13 

1983, The Omni (Atlanta, Ga.) 

83 Maryland lost to 86 Georgia Tech 58-64 tot] H: 19-26 R: 47-47 

1984, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

82 Maryland def. 87 N.C. State 69-63 H: 34-31 



82 Maryland def. 83 Wake Forest 



66-64 H: 33-20 



82 Maryland def. 84 Duke 



74-65 H; 27-30 



1985, The Omni (Atlanta, Ga.) 

85 Maryland lost to 84 Duke 



73-86 H: 37-43 



1986, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

86 Maryland def. 83 North Carolina 85-75 H: 28-34 



86 Maryland lost to 82 Georgia Tech 



65-64 H: 34-31 



1987, Capital Centre (Landover, Md.) 

88 Maryland lost to 81 North Carolina 63-85 H: 33-37 

1988, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

85 Maryland def. 84 Georgia Tech 84-67 H; 43-29 



85 Maryland lost to 8 1 North Carolina 



64-74 H: 29-35 



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i\fOW: 2001, 2002 

ICC Tournament-Titlesr/ssjr/M/aHw 

ACC Regular Season Titles': wo, isso 1335,2002 





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1989, The Omni (Atlanta, Ga.) 

88 Maryland def. #1 N.C. State 



71-49 H: 32-31 



#8 Maryland lost to 84 North Carolina 



5B-BB H: 14-38 



1990, Charlotte Coliseum (Charlotte, N.C.) 

87 Maryland lost to 82 Duke 84-104 H: 48-48 

1992, Charlotte Coliseum (Charlotte, N.C.) 

KB Maryland def. 89 Clemson 81-75 H: 36-39 



tIB Maryland lost to 81 Duke 



87-94 H: 44-49 



88 Maryland lost to ft 1 North Carolina 



B6-10S H: 34-51 



#3 Maryland lost to ft 2 No, Carolina 



92-97tot) H: 36-43 R: 86-86 



85 Maryland lost to 8 1 Georgia Tech 



79-B4 H: 38-48 



It 5 Maryland lost to It 8 N.C State 



5B-65 H: 25-20 



1998, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

It 3 Maryland def. #S Georgia Tech 83-65 H: 43-33 

H3 Maryland lost to 82 North Carolina 73-B3 tot) H: 30-26 R: 66-66 

1999, Charlotte Coliseum (Charlotte, N.C.) 

82 Maryland def. It 8 Florida State 93-69 H: 42-30 



H2 Maryland lost to It 3 North Carolina 



79-86 H: 34-40 



1993, Charlotte Coliseum (Charlotte, N.C.) 

#S Maryland def. 89 N.C. State 7B-55 H: 31-26 



2000, Charlotte Coliseum (Charlotte, N.C.) 

#2 Maryland def. ft 7 Florida State BS-61 H: 43-24 



#2 Maryland def. #5 Wake Forest 



8S-73 H: 36-37 



It 2 Maryland lost to It1 Duke 



68-81 H: 38-37 



1994, Charlotte Coliseum (Charlotte, N.C.) 

#5 Maryland lost to H4 Virginia 63-69 H: 23-21 

1995, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C) 

H3 Maryland def. #6 Florida State 71-64 H: 32-36 



2001, Georgia Dome (Atlanta, Ga.) 

S3 Maryland def. 86 Wake Forest 71-53 



H: 31-26 



83 Maryland lost to 82 Duke 



85-84 H: 45-42 



2002, Charlotte Coliseum (Charlotte, N.C.) 

81 Maryland def. 88 Florida State B5-B9 H: 40-58 



8 1 Maryland lost to 84 NC State 



Ba-B6 H: 3B-4D 



1996, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C) 

85 Maryland def. 84 Duke BS-69 H: 35-39 



2003, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

82 Maryland lost to 87 North Carolina 75-84 H: 40-36 R: 66-66 

2004, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 



1997, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

85 Maryland def. 84 Clemson 76-61 H: 31-25 



86 Maryland def. 83 Wake Forest 


87-86 


H: 36-36 


86 Maryland def. 82 NC State 


85-85 


H: 26-45 


86 Maryland def. 81 Duke 


95-87 


H: 38-36 R: 77-77 



H - Halftime Score; R - Regulation Score 



ACC Tournament Composite 

TEAM NAME W L Pet, 



1st 



Qtr/2nd 



Semi 



Final MB vs. 



North Carolina 


75 


35 


.682 


0-0 


33-12 


27-11 


15-12 


3-12 


Duke 


74 
56 


37 
41 


.667 


4-0 


31-16 


25-10 


14-11 


7-9 


NC State 


.577 


3-3 


27-19 


16-13 


10-6 


6-11 


Maryland 


40 


47 


.460 


5-0 


56-53 


9-18 


3-6 


n/a 


Wake Forest 


39 


47 


.453 


0-0 


25-25 


10-16 


4-6 


4-3 


Georgia Tech 


17 


22 


.436 


0-2 


9-14 


5-4 


3-2 


3-3 


Virginia 


28 


50 


.359 


1-2 


20-29 


6-14 


1-5 


4-4 


Florida State 


5 


13 


.278 


4-3 


1-9 


0-1 


0-0 


4-0 


Clemson 


13 


51 


.255 


2-6 


1C-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 Maryland's Individual 

Game Highs 

Points: 38, Walt Williams vs. Clemson, 1992; Albert King 

vs. Clemson, 1980 

FB; 17, Albert King vs. Clemson, 19B0 

FGA: 30, Will Hetzel vs. South Carolina, 1 969; Bob Kessler 

vs. Duke, 1956 

FG% .846 , John Gilchri st 11 1 -1 31 vs. NC State, 2004 

3FG: 6, Ke ith G atlm vs. Ge orgia Tech, 19BB 

3FGA; 12, Walt Williams vs. Clemson, 1992 



Seed lyrs.J 


Record (Tit/esJ 


No, 1 13) 


3-3 


No. 2 (9) 


13-811) 


No. 3 IB) 


5-8 


No, 4 (51 


6-411) 


No. 5 191 


4-9 


No. 6 (6) 


5-5 


No. 7 (5) 


0-5 


No. 8 14] 


3-4 


No. 9 (01 


0-0 



3FG%! 1.000, Keith Gatlin 16-6) vs. Georgia Tech, 19BB; 

John Gilchrist 14-4) vs. Wake Forest, 2004 

FT: 13, Keith Booth vs. Clemson, 1997; John Johnson vs. 

N.C. State, 1989 

FTA: 15, John Johnson vs. N.C. State, '989 

FT%: 1 .000, Bill Stasiulatis (1 2-1 2) vs. Wake Forest, 1 961 

Rebi 18, Larry Gibson vs. N.C, State 1978 

Ast: 1 1 , Steve Blake vs, NC State, 2002; Steve Blake vs. 

Duke, 2001 ; Dutch Morley vs. Clemson, 1 979 
Blk: 4, Lonny Baxter vs. Duke, 2001 ; Lonny Baxter vs. NC 

State. 2000; Joe Smith vs. North Carolina, 1 995 
Stl: 7, Walt Williams vs. No rth Carolina, 1969 



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), Owen Brown 122), Mo Howard (20) and Tom McMillen 
(20) scored 86 of Maryland's 105 points in the Terps' 
1 05-85 semifinal victory over North Carolina in 1 974. 

• The 2004 Maryland basketball team captured the ACC 
Title, winning the conference tournament for the third time 
in history and the first time since 1984. The Terrapins 
defeated No. 3 seed Wake Forest (87-86), No. 2 seed 
NC State (85-82) and No. 1 seed Duke (95-87 (OT) to 
mark the third time in ACC Tournament history that a 
team has knocked off the top three seeds. 

• John Gilchrist was named the 2004 ACC Tournament MVP, 
becoming the first Terrapin to earn that distinction since 
Len Bias in 1984. He averaged 24.0 points, 6.3 assists, 
5.3 rebounds and 2.0 steals across the three ACC tour- 
ney games, including a 30-point, seven-assist, four-re- 
bound, four-steal performance in Maryland's comeback vic- 
tory over NC State in the semifinal round. 



immm M 



MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




tl Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 






POSTSEASON HISTORY 



NCAA Appearances 



NCAA Appea r ances; 21 



Overall Record: 35-20 



National Championships: 1 (2002) 

Times to the Final Four; 2 [2001 , 2002) 
Times to the Final Eight: 4 (1973, 1975, 
2001 , 2002) 



1981 

Mideast Re gi onal, First/Second Rounds 
Site: at Daytonj_Ohio 



1996 

West Regional, First Round 



West Regiona l S emifinal/Final 



Site: Anahejm, Calif, 



Site: Tempe, Ariz, 



Times to the Sweet Sixteen: 13I195B, 1973, 
1975, 1980, 1984, 19B5, 1994, 1995, 
199B, 1999,2001,2002,2003) 

Overall Appearances 

Year Mary land's Result Md, Seed 



1958 Ess: "e:: c-3 Se-'-finals 



n/a 



1 973 East Regional Final 



n/a 



1 975 Midwest Regional Final 



n/a 



1 980 East Regional Semifinal 



1981 Mideast Regional Second Round B 

1 983 Midwest Regional Second Round B 

1 984 Mideast Regional Semifinals 3 



No. B Maryland B1 , No. 1 1 Tenn. Chattanooga B9 

(3-12-81) 

No. 3 Indiana 99, No. B Maryland B4 [3-14-81) 

1983 

Midwest Regional, FirstfSecond Rounds 

Site: Houston, Texas 

No. 8 Maryland 52 , No. 9 Tenn. Chattanooga 51 

(3-17-B3) 

No. 1 Houston BO, No. B Maryland 50 (3-19-B3) 

1984 

Mideast Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Birmingham, Ala. 



No. 1B Santa Clara 91 , No. 7 Maryland 79 13-15-96) 

1997 

Southeast Regional, First Hound 



Site: M emphis, Tenn, 



No. 3 Maryland 7B, No. 10 Georgetown BB (3-22- 

01) 

No. 3 Maryland B7, No. 1 Stanford 73 (3-24-01) 

Final Four 

Site; Minneapolis, Minn, 

No. 1 Duke 95. No. 3 Maryland B4 (3-31-01) 



No. 12 Charleston 75, No. 5 Maryland BB (3-13-97) 

1998 

West Regional FirstfSecond Rounds 

Site: Sac r amen t o, Calif. 

No. 4 Vi=-,-=-; S= Nc. '3 Iter State 63 i3-13-SB) 



No. 4 Maryland 67, No. 5 Illinois B1 13-1 5-9B) 

West Regional, Semifinal 



2002 

East Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site; Washington, D.C. 

No ■>, Mary and B5, No. 16 Siena 70 (3-15-02) 
No. 1 Maryland B7. No. B Wisconsin 57 (3-17-02) 

East R egi onal Semifinal/Final 

Site: Syracuse, N.Y. 



Site: Anaheim, Calif. 



First Round Bye 



1 985 Southeast Regional Sem'final 
1 9BB West Regional Second Round 



No. 3 Maryland 102, No. 1 1 West Virginia 77 (3- 
17-84) 



Mideast_Regional Semifinal 



3. Site: Lexington, Kv. 



No. 1 Arizona B7, No. 4 Maryland 79 (3-19-9B) 

1999 

South Re gi onal, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Orlando, Fla. 



No. 1 Ma^and 7B, No. 4 Kentucky 68 (3-22-02) 

No. 1 Mar/land 90, No. £ Cc"e:?:.t ES 13-24-02] 
Final Four 



Site: Atlanta, Ga. 



No. 1 Maryland 97, No. 1 Kansas BB (3-3D-02) 
No. 1 Maryland B4, No. 5 Indiana 52 (4-1-02) 



1 9BB Southeast Regional Second Round 7 No. 2 Illinois 72, No. 3 Maryland 70 (3-22-84) No. 2 Mb^, a"d B2, No. 1 5 Valparaiso BO 13-11 -39) 



1 994 Midwest Regional Semifinals 



10 



1 995 West Regional Semifinals 

1 998 West Regional First Round 

1997 Southeast Regional First Round 5 Site: Dayton, Ohio 
1 99B West Regional Semifinals 



1985 

Southeast Regional, First/Second Hounds 



No. 2 Maryland 75, No. 1 Dreighton S3 13-13-99) 
South Regional, Semifinal 

Site: Knoxvillej Tenn. 

No. 3 



2003 

South Regional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: Nashville, Tenn. 



1 999 Southeast Regional Semifinals 2 

2000 Midwest Regional Second Round 3 

2001 West Regional Champions/Final Four 3 

2002 NCAA S East Regional Champions 1 



2003 South Region Semifinals 



No. 5 Maryland B9, No. 12 Miami-OH 6B lOT] (3- 

15-85) 

No. 5 Maryland B4 , No. 13 Navy 59 (3-17-B5) 

Southeast Regional, Semifinal 

Site: Birmingham, Ala. 

g" No. B Viilanova 4B, No. 5 Maryland 43 (3-22-B5) 



2004 Denver Second Round 



1958 

East Regional, First Round 



Site: New York, N.Y. 



Maryland BB, Boston College B3 13-1 1-5B) 
East Regional, Semifinals/Third Place Game 



Site: C harlot te, N.C 

Temple B 



rylandB7l3-14-5B) 



Maryland 59. Manhattan 55 13-15-58) 

1973 

East Re gional, First Round 



Site: Charlotte. N.C. 



:rst Rg-rg Bye 



East Regional, Serrirfmaffinal 

Site: at Charlotte, N.C 

Maryland 91 , Syracuse 75 (3-15-73) 
Providence 103, Maryland B9 13-17-73) 

1975 

Midwest Regional, First Round 

Site; Lubbock, Texas 

Maryland B3, Creighton 79 13-15-75) 

Midwest Regional, Semifinal/Final 

Site: Las Cruces, N.M. 

Maryland B3, Notre Dame 71 (3-20-75) 

Louisville 9B, Maryland B2 (3-22-75) 



1986 

West Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site; Long Beach, Calif. 

No. 5 Maryland B9, No. 12 Pepperdine 64 (3-14-8B) 

No. 4 Nevada-Las Vegas 70, No. 5 Maryland B4 (3- 

16-B4) 

1988* 

Southeast Region al, First/Second Rounds 
Site: Cincinnati, Ohio 

No. 7 Maryland 92, No 12 UC Santa Barbara B2 

13-1 8-8B) 

No. 2 Kentucky 90, No. 7 Maryland 81 13-20-BB) 
* Maryland's 1 9BB NCAA Tournament appearance 
was vacated by the NCAA. 

1994 

Mid west Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Wichita, Kan, 

No. 10 Maryland 74, No. 7 St. Louis B7 13-17-94) 

No. 10 Maryland 95. No. 2 Massachusetts B7 13- 

19-94) 

Midwest Regional, Semifinal 



inn's 76, No. 2 Maryland 63 [3-18-99] 

2000 

Midwest Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Minneapolis, Minn. 

No. 3 Maryland 74. No. 14 lona 59 13-16-00) 

No. B UCLA 105, No. 3 Maryland 70 13-18-00) 

2001 

We st Regional, First/Se cond Rounds 



No. 6 Maryland 75, No. 1 1 UNC Wilmington 73 

(3-21-03) 

No. B Maryland 77, No. 3 Xavier 64 13-23-03) 



South Regional Semifinal 



Site: San Antonio, Texas 



Site: Boise, Idaho 



No. 7 Michigan State 60, No. 6 Maryland 58 13- 
28-03) 

2004 

Denve r Regi on al, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Denver, Colo. 



No. 3 Maryland 83, No. 14 George Mason BO 13- 
15-01) 

No. 3 Maryland 79, No. 1 1 Georgia State 60 13- 
17-01) 



No. 4 Maryland B6, No. 13 UTEP B3 13-1B-04] 
No. 5 Syracuse 72, No. 4 Maryland 70 [3-2004) 



Site: Dalla s, Texas 



1980 

East Regional, First/Second Rounds 



No. 3 Michigan 7B, No. 10 Maryland 71 13-25-94 

1995 

West Regional, First/Second Rounds 



Site; Salt Lake City, Utah 



Site: Greens b oro, N.C. 



First Round Bye 



No. 3 Maryland B7, No. 14 Gonzaga 63 13-16-95) 
No. 3 Maryland 82, No. 1 1 Texas 6B (3-1B-95) 

West Regional. Seminal 

Site: Oakland, Calif- 



No. 2 Maryland BB, No. 7 Tennessee 75 (3-8-80) No. 2 Connecticut 99, No. 3 Maryland 89 13-23-95) 
East Regional, Semifinal 



NIT Appearances 


NIT Appearances; 4 Appearances 


1979 


Overall Record: 7-3 


F"=: F:„"c =e::~z i-z-" (24 -ea.Tsi 


Championships: 1 11972) 


Site: College Park, Md. 




Ma^s-o 67, R"D=e Isstj B5 (3-7-79) (3 LTD 


Overall Appearances 


Ohio State 79, Maryland 72 (3-12-79) 


Year Maryland's Result 




1972 Champions 


1982 


1979 Second Round 


Rrst Round (32 Teams) 


18B2 Second Round 


Site: Richmond, Va. 


1990 Second Round 


Maryianp EC, Rcmond 5D (3-12-82) 


1972 


becorg -•:_-: 


Site: Athens, Ga. 


c -st PE.nc-'QcsrffirfrBis (16 t eb~=) 


Georgia 83, Maryland 69 (3-1583 


Site: New York, N.Y. 




Maryland 67, S: .:ee: e == 2- 11 


1990 


Marylend 71 , Syracuse 65 (3-20-72) 


Rrst Round (32 Teams) 


Semifinals/Championship 


Site: College Park, Md. 


Site: New York, N.Y. 


Maryland 91. Massachusetts B1 (3-1590) 


Maryland 91 , Jacksonville 77 [3-23-72) 


Saccng p :_": 


Maryland 100, Niagara B9 (3-25-72) 


Site: State College, Pa. 




Penn State 80. Maryland 78 (3-1 9-90) 



Site: Philadelphia, Pa. 



lo. 3 Georgetown 74, No. 2 Maryland 6B (3-14-80) 








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\\ fOUr. 2001,2002 

CC Tournament Titles: ;s5«;/sw;m4- 




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 abbreviations: 1R-First Round: 
2R-Second Round: RSF-Regional Semifinal: RF- 
Regional Final: NSF-National Semifinal; NF-National 
Final. Three-point records are since Maryland's 
participation in the 1988 tournament. Blocks and 
steals records begin with the 1975 tournament, 
assists records begin in the 1973 tournament. 



Career - Games Played 

1. Steve Blake tQO, D1. 02, 03) 16 


t=- h;:5-:;:. ;•.;=. ;s: 


16 


Ore.'. Ncoas :::. 3'. G2, S3 


16 


Lonnv Baxter (99, QD, 01 , 02) 


IE 


Juan Dixon [99, 00. 01 . 02) 


16 


6. Mike Mardesich [98, 99, 00, 01) IS 


Terence Morris (9B, 99, 00, 01 ) ' 2 


Career - Games Started 

1 . Steve Blake [00. 01 , 02, 03) 16 


Lonnv Baxter [99, 00. 01 . 02) 


16 


3. Juan Dixon (99, 00, 01 , 02) 


IS 


4. Byron Mouton 101 . 02) 


11 


5. Terence Moms [98. 99, 00, 01) 10 


6. Len Bias (83, B4, 85. 88) 


9 


Career - Minutes Played 

1 . Juan Dixon (99, 00, 01 , 02) 506 [31 .6) 


2 Steve B'a<e (OD, 01 , 02. 03! 


409 (31 .5) 


3. Lonnv Baxter (99, 00, 01 , 02) 


394 (24.6) 


- _e-s==:ss. s^. ss.ss: 


336 (37.3) 


5. Terence Moms (98, 99, 00, 01)335 (25.8) 


Series - Minutes Played 

1. Juan Dixon [03 219(36.5) 


2. Steve Blake (03 


186(31.0) 


3. Juan Do<on [01) 


178(35.6) 


4. Bvron Mouton (03 


175(29.3 


5. Lonnv Baxter (Oa 


167(27.8) 


6. Steve Blake (01) 


158(31.61 


7. Chris Wilcox [03 


•5= 25 : 


8. Lonnv Baxter (01) 


•SS.SBS 


Career - Points 

1. Juan Dixon (99, 00.01,03 


294(18.4) 


2. Lonnv Baxter (99, 00, 01 , 02) 


237(14.8) 


3. Len Bias (83, 84, 85, 86) 


168(18.7) 


4. Terence Morns [98, S9, 00, 01)143 [11.01 


5. Drew Nicholas [00. 01 , 02, 03) 


137(8.8) 


6. Adrian Branch [83, B4, 85) 


129(18.4) 


7. Joe Smith (94, 95) 


125I20.B) 


8. Steve Blake (00, 01 , 02, 03) 


122(7.8) 


7. John Lucas (73, 75) 


1 1 1 122.3 


8. Johnny Rhodes (94, 95, 98) 


107(15.3) 


Series - Points 

1 . Juan Dixon (03 


155I25.B) 


2. Lonnv Baxter (03 


94(15.7) 


3. Juan Dixon (01) 


85(17.0) 


4. Chris Wilcox [03 


81 (13.5) 


Lonnv Baxter (01) 


B1 (16.3 


6. John Lucas (75) 


70 (23.3) 


7. Joe Smith (94) 


63(21.0) 


8. Joe Smith (95) 


62 (20.7) 


9. Len Bias (86) 


57 (28.5) 


Drew Nicholas [03! 


57(19.0) 




Lonny Baxter 



Game - Points 

1 . Juan Dixon vs. Kansas IFF, NSF, 3-30-03 33 

2. Joe Smith vs. Texas (W, 2R, 3-18-95) 31 
Len Bias vs. UNLV [W, 2R, 3-1 6-881 31 

4. Lonny Baxter vs. Connecticut 

(E, RF, 3-24-03 29 



John Lucas 

Game - Field Goals Made 

1 . Lonny Baxter vs. Stanford (W, RF, 3-24-01) 1 1 
Johnny Rhodes vs. Santa Clara 
(W. 1R, 3-15-96) 11 



Joe Smith 

Series - Field Goal Pet. 
(min. 15 att.) 

1 . Len Bias (83) .750 [12 of 16) 



Derrick Lewis vs. UC Santa Barbara 
(SE, 1R, 3-18-88! 



Buck Williams [BO) 



S35:'£rES: 



3. Tom McMillen (73) 



.692 (IB of 26) 



11 



Juan Dbton vs. Wisconsin E, 2R, 3-1 7-03 29 
Juan Oron vs. Siena (E, 1 R. 3-1 5-03 29 



Len Bias vs. UNLV [MW, 2R, 3-1 6-86) 1 1 



4. Greg Manning (BO) 



690 20 of 29) 



Joe Smith vs. Saint Louis 
(MW, 1R, 3-17-94) 



29 



8. Greg Manning vs. Tennessee 
(E, 2R, 3-8-80) 



Albert King vs. UT Chattanooga 

(MW, 1R, 3-12-81) 

Greg Manning vs. Tennessee 
(E, 2R, 3-8-BO) 



11 



Game - Field Goal Pet. 
(min. 8 att.) 

1 . Ben Coleman vs. West Virginia 



Juan Dixon vs. Connecticut 
IE, RF. 3-24-03 



28 
27 



John Lucas vs. Louisville 
[MW. RF, 3-22-75! 



Johnny Rhodes vs. Santa Clara 
(W, 1R, 3-15-96) 



Nick Davis vs. Boston College 
[E, 1R, 3-11-58) 



11 
11 



John Lucas vs. Louisville 
(MW, RF, 3-22-75) 



27 



Career - Scoring Average 

1 . John Lucas [73, 75) 



Career - Field Goals Attempted 

1 . Juan Dixon (99, 00, 01 , 03 205 

= ■---, s=cs- :ss :: :• :=: •=- 



3. Len Bias (83, 84, 85, 86) 



120 



22.21111) 4, Terence Moms (98. 99, 00, 01) 



114 



2. Joe Smfch (94, 95! 



20.8(125! 



3. Albert King (BO, B1) 



20.5 (8a 



4. Len Bias 183, 84, 85, B6) 



18.7(168) 



5. Juan Dixon (99, 00, 01 , 03 1B.4 (294) ^. Chris Wilcox (03 



Series - Field Goals Attempted 

1 . Juan Dixon (03 96 



64 



Series - Scoring Average 



3. Lonny Baxter (01) 



62 



4. Juan Dixon (01) 



61 



1 . Len Bias (88) 



28.5 (57) 5. Lonny Baxter (03 



57 



2. Juan Dixon (03 



25.81155) 



3. Albert King (B1) 



23.5 (47) 



Greg Manning 180) 



23.5 (47) 



5. John Lucas (75) 



23.3 (70) 



Career - Field Goals Made 

1. Juan Dixon (99, 00, 01 , 03 99 



2. Lonny Baxter (99, 00, 01 , 03 



84 



3. Len Bias 183, 84, 85. B61 



65 



4. Terence Morns 198. 99, 00. 011 



52 



Series - Field Goals Made 

1 . Juan Dixon [03 



Game - Field Goals Attempted 

1 . Albert King vs. Indiana [ME, 2R, 3-14-81) 28 

2. Len Bias vs. UNLV (W, 2R, 3-16-BB) 23 

3. Johnny Rhodes vs. Santa Clara 

(W, 1R, 3-15-981 22 

:.'.e-_E-:,\- .= .:- = . 5 .'.'.'. = z 2-22~z. 22 

Career - Field Goal Pet. 
(min. 25 att.) 

1 . Buck Williams (BQ. 811 .667 (28 of 39) 

2. Greg Manning [80. 81) .609 (28 of 46) 



[ME, 2R, 3-17-84) 


.889 (8 of 9) 


2. Laron Profit vs. Valparaiso 
IS. 1R, 3-11-99) 


BOO (8 of 13 


Buck Wlliams vs. Georgetown 
(E, RSF, 3-14-BO) 


BOO (8 of 10) 


Tom McMillen vs. Syracuse 
(E, RSF, 3-15-73) 


BOO (8 of 10) 


Career - 3-Point 
Field Goals Made 

1. Juan Dixon (99, 00, 01.03 


38 


2. Steve Biake (00, 01 , 02, 03) 


17 


Drew Nicholas (00, 01 , 02. 03 


4. Sarunas Jasikevicius (95, 96, 97. 98) 10 


Series - 3-Point 
Field Goals Made 

1 . Juan Dixon (03 


22 


2. Juan Dixon (01) 


9 


Keith Gatlin (8B) 


9 


4. Drew Nicholas (03) 


8 


Sarunas Jasikevicius (98) 


8 



Game - 3-Point 
Field Goals Made 

1 . Drew Nicholas vs. UNC Wilmington 
(S. 1R. 3-21-031 



52 S J-e Smith (94, 95) 



2. Chris Wlcox 103 



3. Lonny Baxter [03 



_33 4. John Lucas (73, 75) 



.558 (45 of 81) 



.554 (48 of 83) 



Juan Dixon vs. Kansas IFF. NSF, 3-30035 
Juan Dixon vs. Siena (E. 1R, 3-15-03 5 
Keith Gatlin vs. UC Santa Barbara 
(SE, 1R, 3-18-88) 5 



32 



4. Loony Baxter (01) 



30 



5. Juan Dixon (01) 



29 



[1531 




11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



Career - 3-Point Field Goals Alt. Career - Free Throws Alt. 



1 . Juan Dixon (99, DP, 01 , 021 



8B 1. Lonny Baxter (99, OP, 01,053 



105 



2. Drew Nicholas (00, 01 , 02, 03 



49 2. Juan Dixon (99, OP, 01, 03 



70 



3. Steve Blake (00, 01,02, 031 



47 3. Keith Booth (94, 95, 9B, 97] 



4. Duane Simpkms (94, 95, 96) 

5. Terence Morris 19B, 99, 00, 01) 



Adrian Branch 1B3, B4, B5) 



29 

26 5. Joe Smith [94, 95) 



4B 



45 



Series - 3-Point Field Goals Att. 

1 . Juan Dixon (02) 43 



Series - Free Throws Att. 

1 . Lonny Baxter (02) 



42 



2. Juan Dixon (01) 



24 2. Lonny Baxter (01) 



35 



3. Steve Blake (02) 



21 3. Juan Dixon (02) 



33 



4. Drew Nicholas (03) 



20 4. Keith Booth (94) 



Iz 



5. Drew Nicholas (02) 



19 5. Joe Smith (94) 



25 



Game - 3-Point Field Goals AH. 

1 . Juan D«on vs. Kansas IFF, NSF, 3-30-02) 1 1 

2. Juan Dixon vs. Duke IFF, NSF, 3-31-01) 10 

3. Drew Nicholas vs. UNC Wilmington 

(S, 1R, 3-21-03) B_ 

Juan Dixon vs. Kentucky (E, RSF, 3-22-021B 
Juan Dixon vs. Siena (E, 1 R, 3-1 2-02) 8 



Tom Young BB) 



25 



Keth Gatlin vs. Kentucky BE, 2R, 3-20-BB) B 



Keith Gatlin vs. UC Santa Barbara 
(SE, 1R, 3-1B-BB) 



8 



Career - 3FG Pet. (min. 10 att.) 

1 . Keith Gatlin (B4, B5, 86, BB) .563 (9 of 1 6) 

2. Sarunas Jasikevicius (95, 9B, 97, 9B) 
.500 (10 of 20) 

3. Juan Dixon (99, 00, 01 , 021.432 (3B of BB) 

Series - 3FG Pet. (min. 7 att.) 

1 . Sarunas Jasikevicius (98) .61 5 (8 of 1 3) 



Game - Free Throws Att. 

1 . Lonny Baxter vs. Connecticut IE, RF, 3-24-021 1 8 

2. Joe Smith vs. Texas IW, 2R, 3-1 8-951 1 6 

3. Len Bias vs. Pepperdine IW, 1R, 3-14-B6114 

4. Lonny Baxter vs. Georgetown 

(W, RSF, 3-22-011 13_ 

Career - Free Throw Pet. 
(min. 12 att.) 

1 . Byron Mouton (01 , 021 .929 (26 of 281 

2. Drew Nicholas (00, 01 , 02, 031.BB9 132 of 3B1 

3. Len Bias (83, 84, 85, BB1 .BB4 13B of 441 




Juan Dixon 



Career - Rebounding Average 



John Lucas (73, 75) 



.864 (19 of 22) 



1. Buck Williams (8D, 81) 



12.5(50) 



2. Keith Gatlin (BB) 



.563 (9 of 16) 



2 Juar Dixon [02: 



.512 (22 of 43) 



5. Juan Dixon (99, DO, 01 , 021.829 (56 of 70) 

Series - Free Throw Pet. 
(min. 10 att.) 

1 . Tahj Holden (021 1 .ODD (15 of 151 

.941 (16 of 17) 



2. Joe Smith [94, 95) 



12.2(73) 



3. Emest Graham (80, 81) 



B.B (35) 



4. Lonny Baxter [99, 00, 01, 02) B.6 (137) 



5. Keith Booth (94, 95) 



B.5 I6B) 



2. Byron Mouton [02] 



Series - Rebounding Average 



4. Steve Blake 101) 



.500 (6 of 12) 



3. Rudy Archer (88) 



.929 (13 of 14! 



1 . Joe Smith 195) 



■;: ::=: 



5. Terence Morris (98) 



4. Steve Sheppard (75) 



Teyon McCoy (88) 



■459 13 of 7) 5. Len Bias (BB) 



.917(11 of 12) 



Buck Williams (B1) 



13.0126) 



.429 [3 of 7) 



.913(21 of 23) 



3. Keith Booth [93 



12.3(37) 



Game - 3FG Pet. (min. 3 att.) 

1 . Sarunas Jasikevicius vs. Illinois 

IW, 2R, 3-14-98) 1 .000 (4 of 4) 

Duane Simpkins vs. Massachusetts 
IMW.2R, 3-19-94) 1 .ODD [4 of 4) 



Game - Free Throw Pet. 
(min. 7 att.) 

1 . Byron Mouton vs. George Mason 

(W, 1R, 3-15-01) 1.000(9 of 9) 



4. Buck Williams (BO) 



12.0124) 



Len Elmore (73) 



12.0124) 



Career - Assists 

1 . Steve Blake (00, 01 , D2, D3) 97 (6. 1 ) 



Steve Blake vs. Stanford 
[W, RF, 3-24-D1) 



Len Bias vs. UNLV 
IW, 2R, 3-16-861 



2. Keith Gatlin (84, 85, B6, 86) 



69(7.7) 



3. Juan Dixon (99, DO, 01 , 02) 



43(2.7) 



1 .000 [3 of 3) 



4. Tahj Holden vs. Stanford 
(W, RF, 3-24-01) 



John Lucas vs. Notre Dame 
(MW, RSF, 3-20-75) 



1 .000 [9 of 9) 4. Terrell Stokes (96, 97, 9B. 99) 39 [4.9) 



1 .ODD (8 of B) 



5. Duane S-nFk : "slS4, 95, 96) 



38 15.4) 



.750 (3 of 4) 



Juan Dixon vs. George Mason 



5. Steve Blake vs. UNC Wlmington 



IW, 1R, 3-15-01) 



1 .ODD [7 of 7) 



IS, 1R, 3-21-03) 



.667 (2 of 3) 



Career - Free Throws Made 

1 . Lonny Baxter (99, 00, 01 , 02) 69_ 



5. Rudy Archer vs. UC Santa Barbara 

(SE, 1R, 3-1B-BB) .917(11 of 12] 

* Len Elmore shot 12-for-12 from the free throw 
line in the championship game of the 1972 N!T. 



Series - Assists 

1. Steve Blake 102) 



4D (6.7] 



2. Steve Blake (01) 



3D (6.0) 



3. Keith Gatlin (85) 



--- e :: 



4. Duane 5 t ■■,."= (54) 



22 [7.3] 



2. Juan Dron (99, 00, 01 , 02] 



58 



3. Len Bias (B3, 84, B5, 86) 



3B 



4. Adrian Branch (83, B4, 85) 



37 



Career - Rebounds 

1 . Lenny Baxter (99, OP, 01 , 02) 



137 18.6) 



5. Tahj Holden [01 , 02, 03, 04] 



35 



2. Terence Morris S93, 99, OP, 01] 85 (6.51 



Series - Free Throws Made 

1. Lonny Baxter (021 30_ 



3. Joe Smith [94. 951 



73(12.2) 



Single Game - Assists 

1. Keth Gatlin vs. Navy (SE, 2R, 3-17-851 12 

2. Steve Blake vs. Kansas (FF, NSF, 3-30-021 1 1 
Steve Blake vs. Siena E, 1 R, 3-1 5-021 1 1 



4_<er 5:::- '-- =5 95 9" 



68 18.51 



2. Juan Dixon (021 



29 



3. Lonny Baxter [01) 



21 



Series - Rebounds 

1. Lonny Baxter (021 



51 18.5) 



Duane Simpkins vs. Saint Louis 
(MW, 1R, 3-17-94) 

Career - Assists Average 



Len Bias (86) 



21 



2. Lonny Baxter [01] 



5D 110.0) 



1 . Keith Gatlin 1B4, B5, 86, B8) 



7.7 169) 



5. Joe Smith 194) 



20 



3. Joe Smith 195) 



39113.0) 



Tom Young 1581 



20 



4, Terence Morris 101) 



38 [7.6) 



2. Steve Blake [00, 01 , 02, 03) 

3. Duane Simpkins 194, 95, 96) 



6.1 (97) 
5.4 (36) 



Game - Free Throws Made 

1 . Lonny Baxter vs. Connecticut IE, RF, 3-24-02) 1 5 

2. Len Bias vs. Pepperdine IW, 1R, 3-14-B6112 

3. Jee Smith vs. Texas IW, 2R, 3-1 6-95) 1 1 



5. Keith Booth [951 



37 112.3) 



Single Game - Rebounds 

1 . Joe Smith vs. Texas IW, 2R, 3-1 B-951 21 

2. Tom Roy vs. Louisville IMW, RF, 3-22-75)20 



4. Terrell Stokes 196, 97, 96, 99) 4.9 (391 

Series - Assists Average 

1 . Keith Gatlin (84) B.5 (17) 



2. Keith Gatlin (85) 



B.O [24] 



Rudy Archer vs. UC Santa Barbara 
[SE, 1R, 3-1B-BB) 



11 



3. Ryan Randle vs. UNC Wilmington 
IS, 1R, 3-21-03) 



3. Keith Gatlin 186) 



7.5115) 



16 



4. Duane Simpkins 194) 



7.3122) 



5. Byron Mouton vs. George Maaon 

IW, 1R, 3-15-01) 9 

Joe Smith vs. Saint Louis (MW, 1R, 3-17-94) 9 
Len Bias vs. UNLV IW, 2R, 3-1 B-BB) 9 



Buck Williams vs. UT-Chattanooga 
(ME, 1R, 3-12-61) 



16 



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5. Keith Booth vs. Gonzaga (W, 1R, 3-16-95)15 
Joe Smith vs. Saint Louis (MW, 1R, 3-17-94)15 
Buck Williams vs. Georgetown 
(E, RSF, 3-14-BD) 15 



Career - Blocked Shots 

1 . Terence Morris 198. 99, 00, 01) 



2. Lonny Baxter 199, 00, 01 , 02) 



3. Joe Smith (94, 95) 



21 
22 
14 



Derrick Lewis [85, 66) 



5. Tahj Holden (00, 01 , 02, 03) 



14 

15 



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Buck Williams 

Series - Blocked Shots 

1. Lonny Baxter (02) 



■; 



Terence Morris (01) 


8 


Joe Smith (95) 


8 


4. Chris Wilcox (02) 


7 


Game - Blocked Shots 

1 . Joe Smith vs. Texas IW. 2R. 3-18-95) 


7 


2. Chris Wilcox vs. Kansas FF, NSF, 303002 


4 


Lonny Baxter vs. '.Vsccrsn IE, 2R, 3-17-02)4 


Terence Morris vs. Georgetown 
(W, RSF, 3-22-01) 


4 


Lonny Baxter vs. lona [MW, 1 R, 3-1 6-00) 4 


Derrick Lewis vs. UNLV IW, 2R, 3-1B-B6) 4 


Derrick Lewis vs. Miemi-OH 
ISE, 1R, 3-15-85) 


4 


Career - Steals 

1. Juan Dixon [99, 00, 01,02) 


:: 


2. Steve Blake (00, 01 , D2, 03) 


27 


3. Johnny Rhodes (94, 95. 96) 


15 


4. Terence Morris (9B, 99, 00, 01) 


14 


5. Byron Mouton (01 , D2) 


13 


Series - Steals 

1. Juan Dixon [01] 


14 


2. Juan Dixon (02) 


12 


3. Steve B:a<e (03) 


9 


Steve Blake (02) 


9 


5. Chris Wilcox (02) 


8 


Byron Mouton (02) 


8 


Single Game - Steals 

1 . Steve B ! a<e vs. Michigan State 
(S, RSF, 3-2B-D3) 


5 


Juan Dixon vs. Kansas (FF, NSF, 3-30-02) 5 


Johnny Rhodes vs. Santa Clara 
(W, 1R, 3-15-96) 


5 


Derrick Lewis vs. UC Santa Barbara 
ISE, 1R. 3-18-89) 


5 


5. Juan Dixon vs. Georgia State 
IW, 2R, 3-17-01) 


4 


Steve Francis vs. Creighton 
(S, 2R, 3-13-99) 


4 


Johnny Rhodes vs. Michigan 
(MW, RSF, 3-24-94) 


4 


Joe Smith vs. Texas (W, 2R. 3-1 B-951 


4 


Albert King vs. Georgetown 
E, RSF, 3-14-80) 


4 







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CC Tournament TiUes:w5«r««raHw — 
ACC Regular Season Tides': \m, ;» ins, 2002 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




NCAA TEAM RECORDS 



Maryland Team 

Largest Margin of Victory 

30 vs. Wisconsin 187-571, 3-17-02 

Largest Margin of Defeat 

35 vs. UCLA [105-701, 3-18-0Q;vs. Indiana [99-64), 3-14-81 



Overtime Periods 

'- Y;-. 5-3 zsr M.3-ni-QH, 69-68, 3-15-85 

Points 

Series High- 502 in 2002 [6 games! 

Single Game High- 102 vs. West Virginia, 3-17-84 
Single Game Law- 43 vs. Villanova, 3-22-85 



Scoring Average 

Series High- 90.0 in 1973 [180 in 2 games! 
Series Low- 51 .0 in 1 983 [1 02 in 2 games) 



Field Goals Made 

Series High- ' 70 in 2002 (6 



Single Game High- 40 vs. Pro/rferce, 3-17-73 

Single Game Low- 16 vs. Manhattan, 3-15-58 

Field Goals Attempted 

Series High- 357 >" 2002 [6 games) 

Single Game High- 83 vs. Connecticut, 3-23-95 
Single Game Low- 39 vs. Houston, 3-19-83 

Field Goal Pet. 

Series High- 533 in 1980 [67 of 1 15, 2 games! 

Series Low' 393 in 1958 168 of 171 , 3 games) 

Single Game High- .667 vs. Wsst Virginia [36 of 541, 3-1 7-84 

Single Game Low- .271 vs. Manhattan [16 of 591, 3-15-58 

3-Point Field Goals Made 

Series High- 37 ■" 



Si ngle Game High- 



. Arizona, 3-19-98 



Single Game Low- vs. Texas, 3-18-95 



3-Point Field Goals Attempted 



Series High- 52 



di!Jd :C 2i~ = = . 



Single Game High- 29 vs. Santa Ciara, 3-15-96 

Single Game Low- 5 vs. Texas, 3-18-95; 

vs. Saint Louis, 3-17-94 

3-Point Field Goal Pet. 

Series High- .410 in 198B [16 of 39, 2 games! 

Series Low- .262 m 1995 11 1 of 42, 3 games) 

Single Game High- .800 vs. Massachusetts 18 of 10), 3-19-94 

Single Game Low- .000 vs. Texas [Q of 51, 3-18-95 

Free Throws Made 

Series High- 1 24 in 2002 [6 games) 

Single Game High- 31 vs. Connecticut, 3-24-02 
Single Game Low- 4 vs. Indiana, 3-14-81 

Free Throws Attempted 

Series High- ' 54 



Free Throw Pet. 

Series High- .824 in 1985 [28 of 34, 3 games) 
Series Low- .588 in 1983 (20 of 34, 2 games); 
in 19BQ[20of 34, 2 games) 



Single Game High- 42 vs. Boston College, 3-1 1-58 
Single Gam e Low- 6 vs. Indiana, 3-14-81 



Single Game High- 
Single Game Low- 



.917 vs. Miami-OH (1 1 of 121, 3-15-85 
455 vs. Santa Clara [10 of 22), 3-15-96 



Rebounds 

Series High- 231 in 2002 [6 games) 



Single Game High- 54 vs. Boston College, 3-1 1-58 

Single Game Low- 23 vs. Kentucky, 3-20-88; vs. Navy, 3-17- 
85; vs. Houston, 3-19-83 

Rebounding Average 

Series High- 48.3 in 1995 [145 in 3 games) 

Series Low- 25 in 19BB [50 in 2 games) 

Fouls 

Series High- 108 in 2001 15 games) 

Single Game High- 31 vs. Banta Clara, 3-15-96 

Single Game Low- 11 vs. Illinois, 3-14-98 

Assists 

Series High- 102 in 2002 [6 games) 

Single Game High- 25 vs. Siena, 3-15-02 

Single Ga me Low- 7 vs. Houston, 3-19-83 

Blocked Shots 

Series High- 28 in 2002 [6 games) 

Single Game High- 8 vs. Miami-OH, 3-15-85 

Single Ga me Low- vs. several opponents 

Steals 

Series High- 50 in 2002 [6 games) 

Single Game High- 13 vs. Santa Clara, 3-15-96 
Single Game Low- 1 vs. Houston, 3-19-83; 

vs, Notre Dame, 3-20-75 

Opponent Team 

Points 

Series High- 417 in 2002 [6 games) 

Single Game High- 105 by UCLA, 3-18-00 

Single Game Law- 46 by Villanova, 3-22-85 

Scoring Average 

Series High- 89.0 in 1973 (178 in 2 games) 

Series Low- 55.5 in 1983 [1 1 1 in 2 games) 

Field Goals Made 

Series High- 146 in 2002 (6 games) 

Si ngle 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 

Seri es High- 365 in 2002 [6 games) 



Single Game Hig h- 74 by Connecticut, 3-23-95 

Single Game Law- 39 by Houston, 3-19-83 

Field Goal Pet. 

Series High- .570 in 1973 (77 of 135, 2 games) 
Series Low- .343 in 195B (68 of 198, 3 games) 
Single Game High- .651 by Indiana [41 of 631, 3-14-B1 
Single Game Low- .243 by Boston College 

(17 of 70), 3-11-58 



3-Point Field Goals Made 

Series High- 46 m 2002 (6 games! 

Single Game High- 14 by UCLA, 3-18-00 

Single Game Low 3 by Utah State, 3-12-98; by Texas. 3-18- 

95; by Massachusetts, 3-19-94 

3-Point Field Goals Attempted 

Series High- 1 24 in 2002 [6 games) 

Single Game High- 32 by Creighton, 3-13-99 
Single Game Lew- 9 by Kentucky, 3-20-88 

3-Point Field Goal Pet. 

Series High- .517 in 19BB [15 of 29, 2 games) 

Series Law- .250 in 1995 [15 of 60, 3 games! 
Single Game High- .560 by UCLA [14 of 251, 3-1B-0Q 
Single Game Low- .143 by Texas (3 of 21], 3-1B-95 



Free Throws Made 

Series High- 98 in 2001 [5 games) 

Single Game High- 34 by Santa Clara, 3-15-96 

Single Game Law- 2 by Indiana, 4-1-02 

Free Throws Attempted 

Series High- 137 in 2001 (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 19B1 (2B of 31 , 2 games) 

Series Low- .463 in 19B3 (19 of 41 , 2 games! 
Single Game High- 1 .000 by Siena (10 of 10), 3-15-02; 

^-:-=::3-::c5 :" r ' ' . 3-i2-S' 
Single Game Lew- .286 by Indiana (2 of 71, 4-1-02 

Rebounds 

Series High- 210 in 2002 [6 games! 

Single Game High- 46 by Temple, 3-14-58 
Single Game Low- 23 by Saint Louis, 3-17-94; 

by Syracuse, 3-15-73 

Rebounding Average 

Series High- 43.0 in 1958 (129 in 3 games! 

Series Low- 29.0 in 1984 [58 in 2 games! 

Fouls 

Series High- 126 in 2002 (6 games) 

Single Game High- 28 by Georgetown, 3-22-01 
Single Game Low 9 by Indiana, 3-14-81 

Assists 

Series High- B5 in 2002 [6 games) 

Single Game High- 28 by UCLA, 3-18-00 
Single Game Low- 5 by Texas, 3-18-95 

Blocked Shots 

Serie s Hiflh- 2 3 in 2002 (6 games); in 2001 (5 games) 
Single Game High- 8 by St. John's, 3-18-99; 

by Arizona, 3-19-9B 



Single Game Law- by several opponents 

Steals 

Series High- 43 in 2002 (6 games) 



Singl e Game High- 14 by Creighton, 3-13-99 
Single Game Low by Notre Dame, 3-20-75 



[155) 



MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



NCAA TEAM MISCELLANY 



All-Time Roster - 

NCAA Tournament Games 



Jeff Adkins (7-7; 83, B4, B5J 



Rudy Archer (2-2; 88) 



B 

Earl Badu [2-0; 00, 02) 



Taylor Baldwin [3-0; 80, 811 



Jerry Bechtle [2-0; 5B) 



Len Bias [9-9; 83, 84, 85, 86) 



Bob Bodell (2-2; 73) 



Nick Bosnic (3-0; 94) 



John Boyle 11-0; 75) 



Owen Brown (5-3; 73, 75) 



Al Bunge (3-3; 58) 



Travis Garrison C5-B; 03 , 041 



Mik e Grinno n 11-0; 02) 



Billy Hahn [4-0; 73, 75) 



Mag Hahn [2-0; 99, 00) 



Jim Halleck (3-0; 5B) 



Exree Hipp (7-7; 94, 95, 96) 



Pete Holbert (1-0; B4) 



Steve Hood (2-0; 88) 



Maurice Howard 15-0; 73, 75) 



I-J 

Ekene Ifaekwe (S-D, 04) 



gie Jackson [4-4; 80, B1) 



Mike Jones 1 5- 0, 04) 



Tom Jones [5-0; 85, 86) 



Donny Judd (3-0; 94, 95) 



K 

Albert King [4-4; BO, 81) 



Pete Krukar (1-0; 58) 



Jeff Baxter [9-2; 83, 84, 85, 36) 
Lonny Baxter [16-16; 99, 00, 01 , 02) 



Steve Blake (16-16; 00, 01, 02,03) 



Keith Booth (8-8; 94, 95, 96, 97] 



Adrian Branch [7-7; 83, 84, 85) 
Wayne Bristol (6-0; 94, 95) 
Darrell Brown (2-0; 73) 



Calvin McCall (8-1; 00, 02, 03) 



Teyon McCoy (2-0; B8) 



Chris McCray B-B, 04) 



Tom McMillen (2-2; 73) 



Charles McNeill (3-3; 58) 



Nik Carer-Medley [5-4; 03, 04) 

LaRon Cephas (5-0; 98, 99, 00) 
Ben Coleman [4-4; 83, B4) 
Andre Collins (5-0; 02, 03) 



Gene Danko (3-0; 58) 

Brad Davis [3-3; 75) 

Nick Davis (3-3; 58) 

Dave Dickerson (3-0; B6, BB) 
Juan Dixon (1B-1 3; 99, 00, 01,02) 
Chuck Driesell 11-0; 84) 

E 

Obinna Ekezie (5-5; 98, 97, 9B) 
Rodney Elliott (7-4; 95, 96, 97, 9B) 
Len Elmore (2-2; 73) 



Ed Farmer (2-1 ; 83) 

Norman Fields [3-0; 96, 99) 
Mark Fothergill [4-1 ; B3-84) 
Steve Francis (3-3; 99) 

G 

John Gilchrist (5-g; 03, 04) 



Danny Miller (9-1 ; 99, 00, 01) 



Perry Moore (2-0; 58) 



Dutch Morley (4-0; 80, 81) 



Terence Morris [13-10; 9B, 99, 00, 01) 
Byron Mouton (11-11; 01, 02) 



Bill Murphy [2-0; 58) 



N 

John Nacmcik (3-3; 5B) 



John Newsome [1-0; 75) 



Drew Nicholas (16-3; 00, 01 , 02, 03) 



Jim O'Brien (2-2; 73) 



Chris Patton (3-0; 75) 



Charles Pittman 12-0; 81) 



Rich Porac (1-0; 73) 



Laron Profit (8-7; 96, 97, 98, 99) 



Ryan Randle (9-3; 02, 03) 



Matt Raydo [4-0; 94, 95, 96) 



Johnny Rhodes (7-7; 94, 95, 96) 



Steve Rivers (4-0; 81, 83) 



Tom Roy (5-3; 73, 75) 



Keith Gatlin [9-7; 84, 85, 86, B8) 
Ernest Graham (4-4; BO, 81) 



s 

Steve Sheppard (3-3; 75) 



Kurtis Shultz (3-0; 94, 95) 



Duane Simpkins (7-7; 94, 95, 96) 



Jamar Smith [5-2; 03, 04) 



Joe Smith 16-6; 94, 951 



Terrell Stokes (8-7; 96, 97, 98, 99) 
D.J. Stra wberry (S- 0, 04) 



Herman Veal (2-2; 84) 



TahjHolden (16-4; 00, 01,02, 03) 



w 

Rodney Walker (1-0; BB) 



Brian Watkins (2-0; 99) 



Julian Weingarten (1-0; 58) 



Howard White (2-0; 73) 



Chris Wilcox (11-6; 01, 02) 



Sarunas Jasikevicius (7-3; 95, 96, 97, 9B) 
John Johnson (1-0; 86) 



Brian Williams (2-2; BB) 



Buck Williams 14-4; 80, B1) 



Tom Young [3-3; 58) 



Terps On NCAA All-Tournament Teams 



Lonny Baxter 



2002 - Final Four 



Matt Kovarik (9-0; 94, 95, 97, 98) 



2002 - East Region MVP 
2001 - West Region MVP 



Juan Dixon 



Derrick Lewis [7-7; 85, 86, BB) 

Terry Long (7-2; 84, 85, 86) 

John Lucas [5-5; 73, 75) 

Mario Lucas (7-0; 94, 95, 96) 

M 

Greg Manning [4-4; 80, 81) 

Mike Mardesich [13-0; 9B, 99, 00, 01) 
Tony Massenburg [2-2; BB) 



2002 - Final Four MVP 
2002 - East Region 

2001 - West Region 

Chris Wilcox 

2002 - Final Four 

Adrian Branch 

1 985 - Southeast Region 

John Lucas 

1 975 - Midwest Region 

Tom McMillen 

1973 -East Region 

Nick Davis 

1 958 - East Region 




Nick 
Davis 




John Lucas 



Tom McMillen 



NCAA Tournament Starting Lineups 

Year Lineup 

1 958 F Charles McNeil, F John Nacincik, C Al Bunge, G Nick Davis, G Tom Young 
1 973 F Jim O'Brien, F Len Elmore, C Tom McMillen, G John Lucas, G Bob Bodell 



1975 F Steve Sheppard, F Owen Brown, C Tom Roy, G John Lucas, G Brad Davis 

1 980 F Albert King, F Ernest Graham, Buck Williams, G Reggie Jackson, G Greg Manning 

1 9B1 F Albert King, F Ernest Graham, C Buck Williams, G Reggie Jackson, G Greg Manning 

1 983 F Len Bias, F Ed Farmer, F Mark Fothergill, C Ben Coleman, G/F Adrian Branch, G Jeff Adkins 

1984 F Len Bias, F Herman Veal, C Ben Coleman, G/F Adrian Branch, G Jeff Adkins 

19B5 F Len Bias, G/F Adrian Branch, F/C Derrick Lewis, G Keith Gatlin, G Jeff Adkins 

19BB F Len Bias, F€ Derrick Lewis, C Terry Long, G Keith Gatlin. G Jeff Baxter 



198B F Tony Massenburg, F Derrick Lewis, C Brian Williams, G Keith Gatlin, G Rudy Archer 

1994 F Exree Hipp, F/G Keith Booth, F/C Joe Smfth, G Duane Simpkins, G Johnny Rhodes 

1995 F Exree Hipp, F/G Keith Booth, F/C Joe Smith, G Duane Simpkins, G Johnny Rhodes 



1996 



1997 



F Exree Hipp, F/G Keith Booth, C Obinna Ekezie, G Duane Simpkins. G Johnny Rhpdes 
F Laron Profit, F Rodney Elliott, C Obinna Ekezie, G Terrell Stokes, G Keith Booth 

1 998 F Laron Profit, F Rodney Elliott, C Obinna Ekezie, G Terrell Stokes, G Sarunas Jasikevicius 

1 999 F Laron Profit, F Terence Morris, C Lonny Baxter, G Terrell Stokes, G Steve Francis 
2DD0 F Danny Miller, F Tahj Holden, F Terence Moms, C Lonny Baxter, G Juan Dixon, G Steve Blake 
20D1 F Byron Mouton, F Terence Morris, C Lonny Baxter, G Juan Dixon, G Steve Blake 

2002 F Byron Mouton, F Chris Wilcox, C Lonny Baxter, G Juan Dixon, G Steve Blake 

2003 F Nik Caner-Medley/Calvin McCall, F Tahj Holden, F/C Ryan Randle, G Drew Nicholas, 
G Steve Blake 



2004 



F Nik Caner-Medley, F Travis Garrison, C Jamar Smith, G Chris McCray, 
G John Gilchrist 



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In This Section 

Teams of Tradition 


158 




Honored Jerseys 


165 




Award Winners 


170 




All-Time Roster 


172 




Career Statistics Since 1 953-54 


174 




Cole Field House Era 


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11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



TEAMS OF TRADITION 

1957-58 1972-73 1974-75 



Record; 22-7 H. 10-1 A: S-4 N: 6-2 
ACC: 9-5, 4th place, ACC Tournament champion 
Postseason: NCAA East Region 3rd place 
Rankings: AP No. S, UPI No. 6 



Record; 23-7 H. 13-1 A: 7-4 N: 3-2 
ACC: 7-5, 3rd place, ACC Tournament finalist 
Postseason; NCAA Elite Eight 
Rankings: AP No. 8, UPI No. 10 



Record; 23-7 H. 13-1 A: 7 A N: 3-2 

ACC: 10-2, 1st place, ACC Regular Season champ/on 

Postseason; NCAA Elite Eight 

Rankings: AP No. 5, UPI No. 5 




Team Roster 



No. Name 

22 Bill Murphy 

25 Gene Danko 

3D Tom Young 

32 Nick Davis 

33 John Nacmcik 

34 PeteKrukar 

35 Jerry Bechtle 
40 Julian 'Doc' Weingarten 

43 Bob McDonald 

44 JimHalleck 

45 Perry Moore 
50 Charles McNeil 

53 Jerry Shanahan 

54 Al Bunge 
Head Coach: H.A. "Bud" 



Yr. Pos 



So. F-C 

Jr. F 

Sr. C 

So. C-F 

So. F 

So. C 
Millikan 



. Ht. l/lfc. 

6-3 1B0 
6-2 180 
6-1 170 
6-2 185 
6-3 175 
6-1 175 
6-2 195 
6-4 19D 
6-7 190 
6-0 195 
6-4 205 
6-6 1BD 
6-2 19D 
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 Statistics 



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 



GPFGtb 

29 .442 
29 .463 
29 .402 
2B .360 
23 .388 
28 .407 
23 .457 
26.416 
19.517 
20.312 
16.706 
19.400 
24.136 
39 .416 
39 .352 



FTOHeb.-Avg.Asst. 

.762 202-6.9 
.761 75-2.6 
.542 265-9.1 
.735 151-5.4 
.740 12D-5.2 
.762 48-1.7 

64-2.B 

47-1 .8 

3B-2.0 

43-2.2 

11-.7 

9-.5 

31-1.3 
688 11 7540.5 
,6761031.35.6 



.672 
.429 
.775 
.774 

.575 
.900 
.636 



Pts.'Avg 

401-13.8 

372-12.8 

297-10.2 

246-B.9 

224-9.8 

122-4.4 

85-3.7 

82-3.2 

61-3.2 

54-2.7 

39-2.6 

17-0.9 

13-0.5 

3004.69.1 

1671-57.6 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Virginia, 7D-6B 
Semifinals - defeated Duke, 71 -65 (OT) 
Championship - defeated North Carolina, 86-74 

NCAA Tournament 

East Region First Round - defeated Boston College, B6-63 

East Region Semifinal - lost to Temple, 71-67 

East Region Consolation - defeated Manhattan, 59-55 



Team Roster 



No. Name 

1 D Rich Porac 

13 Howard White 

14 Donald White 

1 5 John Lucas 

21 Billy Hahn 

22 Jap Trimple 

23 Varick Cutler 

24 Maurice Howard 
33 Darrell Brown 
35 BobBodell 

41 Len Elmore 

42 Owen Brown 

44 Jim O'Brien 

45 Tom Roy 

54 Tom McMillen 



Yr. Pos. Ht. 



G 6-0 
G 6-0 
G 6-4 
G 8-4 
G 5-10 
G 8-3 
6-7 
6-2 
6-6 
6-4 



F 

G 

F 

G 

Jr. F-C 6-9 
So. F-C 6-9 
Sr. F 6-8 

C 6-9 

C 6-11 



So. 
Jr. 



Wt. Hometown 

178 Monroeville, Pa. 
160 Hampton, Va. 

1 79 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 BO Frankfort, Ky. 

232 SprtigiiEid Gardens, N.Y. 

205 La Grange, III. 

202 Falls Church, Va. 

210 S.Wndsor, 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 .5B5 

30 .555 
30 .538 

26 .469 
30 .503 

27 .508 
29.517 
30.419 

29 .404 
24 .483 
1 9 .405 
14.455 
16.714 

30 .530 
30 .466 



FT [ !bReb..Avg. 

.800 284-9.8 
.844 144-4.8 
.703 83-2.B 
.607290-1 1 .2 
.820 80-2.6 
.684 77-2.9 
.529 113-3.9 
.643 72-2.4 
19-1.5 



.579 
.529 
.750 
.500 
.ODD 



Asst. Pts.-Avg 

28616-21.2 

6749B-16.6 

178425-14.2 

35281-10.0 

121 238-7.9 

147-5.4 

12B-4.4 

122-4.1 

81-2.8 



7-2.9 
14-.7 
5-4 
0-0 
7181367.45.4 
6861043.34.8 



44 

B 

17 

25 

23 

7 

1 

1 



37-1 .5 
36-2.0 
12-0.9 
10-0.6 
557 3613.37.1 
363 3336.74.3 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Clemson, 77-81 
Semifinals - defeated Wake Forest, 73-65 
Championship - lost to NC State, 76-74 

NCAA Tournament 

East Region First Round - bye 

East Region Semifinal - defeated Syracuse, 91-75 

East Region Final - lost to Providence, 1 03-89 



Team Roster 



Yr. Pos 



No. Name 

5 John Boyle 
10 Steve Sheppard 

Mike Brashears 

James Jones 

John Lucas 

John Newsome 

Billy Hahn 
22 Mike Cherry 
24 Maurice Howard 

Brad Davis 

Owen Brown 

Chris Patton 

Tom Roy 

Head Coach: Charles "Lefty* Dnesell 
Assistant Coaches: Joe Harrington, Dave 
Howard White 

Season Statistics 



12 
13 
15 
20 
21 



30 

42 
44 
45 



Jr. 
So. 

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



Ht. lift, 

6-7 210 

6-6 210 
6-1 170 
6-4 205 
6-4 170 
6-6 195 
5-11 150 
6-5 190 
6-3 170 
S-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.Wndsor, Conn. 

Pritchett, 



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 



GPFGife 

24 .549 
29.513 
29.519 
29 .565 
29 .580 
29 .606 
19.531 
23 .487 
22 .561 
18.333 
39 .547 
39 .441 



FT°DReb,.Avg, 
.B36 100-4.2 
.829 20B-7.B 
.712 217-7.5 
.727 77-2.7 
.B20 95-3.3 
.6B6321-11.1 
.733 54-2.8 
.778 49-2.1 
.548 15-.7 
.400 13-.7 
.757136143.5 
.694 999.34.5 



Asst. Pts..Avg 

91469-19.5 

31431-14.9 

25416-14.3 

6538B-13.4 

134364-12.6 

3D 320-1 1.0 

3 90-4.7 

3 59-2.6 

30 58-2.6 

8-0.4 

413 3607.89.9 

355 3163.74,6 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - lost to NC State, 87-B5 

NCAA Tournament 

Midwest Region First Round - defeated Creighton, 83-79 
Midwest Region Semifinal - defeated Notre Dame. 83-71 
Midwest Region Final - lost to Louisville, 98-82 



:] four: 2001, 2002 

CC Tournament Titles: /sssrww/aHw 

ACC Regular Season Titles: ws, ism 1335,2m 



2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETBALL*** 

TRHOITIOH 






J ' r " ' ■ ' Ji 



1979-80 



Teams of 

1980-81 1982-83 



Record: 24-7 H. 1S-0 A: 4-4 N: 4-3 
ACC: 1 1-3, ACC Regular Season champion 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings: AP No. 8, UPI No, S 



Record: 21-10 H. 12-3 A: 5-5 N: 4-2 
ACC: B-B, 4th place, ACC Tournament finalist 
Postseason; NCAA Second Round 
Rankings: AP No. IB, UPI No. 11 



Record: 20-10 H 14-3 A: 5-4 N: 1-3 
ACC: B-B, 3rd place (tie! 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round 
Rankings: None 




Team Roster 



No 
10 
15 
21 
22 
23 
25 
41 
42 
50 
~- 
54 
55 



Name Yr. 

Greg Manning Jr. 
Reggie Jackson So. 
Greg "Dutch" Money So. 



Pos. 

G 

G 
G 
F 
C 
F 
G 
F 



Mark Fothergill Fr. 
David Henderson Jr. 
Emest Graham Jr. 
Jon Robinson Fr. 

Herman Veal Fr. 

John Bilney Sr. C-F 6-8 

:-=- = =.:■ .'. ~; 5: C-F 3-8 
Taylor Baldwin So. C 6-1 D 
Albert King Jr. F 6-6 

Head Coach: Charles "Lefty" Driesell 
Assistant Coaches: Tom Abatemarco 
Sherman Dillard 

Season Statistics 



l/Vt. Hometown 

170 Highspire, Pa. 

210 Philadelphia, Pa. 

170 Hyattsville, Md. 

220 Somerset, Ky. 

215 Roanoke, Va. 

215 Baltimore, Md. 

1 84 Gastonia, N.C. 

200 Jackson, Miss. 

220 WcodcliffLake.NJ. 

215 Rocky Mount, N.C. 

225 Greenwich, Conn, 

190 Brooklyn, N.Y. 

John Kochan, 



Name GP FG-c 

Albert King 31-31 .553 
Emest Graham 31-30 .501 
Greg Manning 30-29 .643 
Buck Williams 24-23 .606 
Reggie Jackson 31 -20 .429 
Taylor Baldwin 31-8.657 
Dutch Morley 31-14.453 
Mark Fothergill 15-0.518 
Jon Robinson 14-0.333 
John Bilney 14-1 .450 

David Henderson 16-0 .600 
Maryland Totals 31 .551 
Opponent Totals 31,474 



FFtofleb.-Avg.Asst. Pts.-Avg 

.821 207-6.7 86674-21.7 



.658 230-7.4 
.908 47-1.6 
.664242-10.1 



.611 

.652 
.792 
.538 
.750 
.482 
.500 



65-2.1 
82-2.7 
51-1.7 
20-1.3 
2-0.1 
38-2.7 
18-1.1 



136483-15.6 
65471-15.7 
27371-15.5 
88 158-5.1 
122-3.9 
96-3.1 



11 

124 

1 

15 
2 
3 



35-2.3 
31-2.2 
24-1 .7 

16-1.0 



.7241039-35.1 5582481-80.0 

.7001000-32.3 4762226-71,8 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Georgia Tech, 51-49 (OT) 
Semifinals - defeated Clemson, 91-85 
Finals - lost to Duke, 73-72 

NCAA Tournament 

East Region First Round - bye 

East Region Second Round - defeated Tennessee, 86-75 

East Region Semifinal - lost to Georgetown. 74-68 



Team Roster 



6-3 
6-4 

6-2 
6-9 



No, Name 

1 Greg Manning 

1 4 Steve Rivers 

1 5 Reggie Jackson Jr. 

21 Greg 'Dutch' Morley Jr. 

22 Mark Fothergill So. 
25 Ernest Graham 

32 Charles Pittman 

33 PeteHolbert 

41 Jon Robinson 

42 Herman Veal 
52 Charles "Buck" Wibms Jr. C-F 6-8 

54 Taylor Baldwin Jr. C 6-10 

55 Albert King Sr. F 6-6 
Head Coach: Charles "Lefty' Driesell 
Assistant Coaches: Tom Abatemarco 
Sherman Dillard 

Season Statistics 



Yr. Pos, Ht. 

Sr G 6-1 

G 

G 

G 

F 

Sr G-F 6-7 
Jr. F 6-8 
Fr. F 6-6 
So. G 6-4 
Fr F 6-6 



IVt. Hometown 

173 Highspire, Pa. 

170 Brockville. N.Y. 

210 Philadelphia, Pa. 

170 Hyattsville, Md. 

220 Somerset, Ky. 

207 Baltimore, Md. 

215 Rocky Mount, N.C. 

1 9D Fairfax, Va. 

185 Gastonia, N.C. 

200 Jackson. Miss, 

215 Rocky Mount, N.C. 

219 Greenwich, Conn. 

190 Brooklyn, N.Y. 

John Kochan, 



Name GP FG% 

Albert King 31-31 .502 
Buck Williams 31-31 .647 
Ernest Graham 31-31 .514 
Greg Manning 31-31 .558 
Charles Pittman 31-2.670 
Reggie Jackson 31 -23 .353 
Dutch Morley 30-7 .548 



FTOHeb.-Avg.Asst. Pts.-Avg 

.812 177-5.7 92558-18.0 



Steve Rivers 
Herman Veal 
Pete Holbert 
Jon Robinson 
Taylor Baldwin 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



24-0 .404 
16-0.353 
12-0 .240 
9-0 .529 
9-0 .667 
31 .532 
31 .473 



637363-1 1 .7 
727 176-5.7 
821 41-1.3 
.640 115-3.7 
750 45-1.5 
40-1.3 
1D-D.4 
31-1.9 
15-1.3 
7-0.8 
11-1.2 



31482-15.6 

120 448-14.5 

85422-13.6 

13 158-5.1 

93-3.0 



790 
,917 
.591 
667 
.167 
750 



60 
84 
19 
4 
1 
3 
1 



61-2.0 

53-2.2 
25-1.6 
22-1.8 
19-2.1 
11-1.6 



.7201095-35.3 5032353-75.9 
.698 954-30.8 4542164-69.8 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Duke, 56-53 
Semifinals - defeated Virginia, 85-62 
Finals - lost to North Carolina, 61-60 

NCAA Tournament 

Mideast Region First Round - defeated 

Tenn. -Chattanooga, 81-69 
Mideast Region Second Round - lost to Indiana. 99-64 



Team Roster 



No, Name Yr. Pos. Ht. We. Hometown 

10 JeffAdkins So. G 6-5 185 Martinsville, Va. 

11 Chuck Driesell So. G 6-2 170 Silver Spring, Md. 

12 Jeff Baxter Fr G 6-1 165 Washington, D.C. 
14 Steve Rivers' Jr. G 6-3 175 Uniondale, N.Y. 
20 Ed Farmer Fr. F 6-8 21 D Wlson, N.C. 

22 Mark Fothergill Jr. F 6-9 220 Somerset, Ky. 

24 Adrian Branch So. F 6-8 1 85 Largo, Md. 

31 Bryan Palmer Fr. F 6-10205 Susquehannock. Md. 

33 Pete Holbert Jr. F-G 6-6 1 90 Annandale, Va. 

34 LenBias Fr F 6-8 195 Landover, Md. 
42 Herman Veal Jr. F 6-8 220 Jackson, Miss, 
52 Greg Stevens Fr C 7-2 280 Stow, Ohio 

54 Ben Coleman Jr. C-F 6-8 220 Minneapolis, Minn. 

Head Coach: Charles "Lefty" Driesell 

Assistant Coaches: John Kochan, Sherman Dillard. 

Mel Cartwnght 

Season Statistics 



Name 

Adrian Branch 
Ben Coleman 
Jeff Adkins 
Len Bias 
Mark Fothergill 
Herman Veal 
Steve Rivers 
Jeff Baxter 
Ed Farmer 
Pete Holbert 
Chuck Driesell 
Bryan Palmer 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



GPFG°o 

29-29 .469 

30-30.571 

30-30 .468 

30-13.478 

30-23 .557 

26-19.479 

25-5 .556 

30-0.417 

20-1 .408 

20-0 .222 

17-0.333 

12-0 .000 

30 .490 

30 .453 



FTOReb.-Avg.Asst. Pts.-Avg 

.715 150-5.2 95541-18.7 



652 242-8.1 
648 80-2.7 
636 125-4.2 
758 112-3.7 
762 179-6.9 
313 21-O.B 
20-0.7 
44-2.2 
11-0.6 
5-0.3 
15-1.3 



794 

636 
826 
.571 

250 



32454-15.1 
121 297-9.9 
214-7.1 
187-6.2 
176-6.8 
137-5.5 
103-3.4 
54-2.7 
33-1 .7 
21-1.3 
2-0.2 



22 

19 

18 

22 

33 

3 

4 

5 



.6851098-35.6 3752222-74.1 
.6701022-34.1 3852141-71.4 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - lost to Georgia Tech. 64-58 (OT) 

NCAA Tournament 

Midwest Region First Round - defeated 

Tenn. -Chattanooga, 52-51 
Midwest Region Second Round - lost to Houston. 60-50 



[159) 



5 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 




TRADITION 



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11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



Seven Sweet iSixteens Since 1994 



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 champion 

Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 

Rankings: AP No. 11, UPI No. 10 



Record: 25-12 H. 14-2 A: 7-6 N: 4-4 
ACC: 8-6, 4th place (tie) 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings; None 



Record: 19-14 H. 10-5 A. 6-7 N 3-2 
ACC: 6-8, 6th place 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round 
Rankings: None 




Team Raster 



No. Name 

3 Keith Gatlin 

10 JeffAdkins 

1 1 Chuck Driesell 

12 Jeff Baxter 

1 4 Steve Rivers 

22 Mark Fothergill 

24 Adrian Branch 

31 Bryan Palmer 

32 Terry Long 

33 PeteHolbert 

34 Len Bias 

42 Herman Veal 

54 Ben Coleman 



Yr. Pos. Ht. 



Fr. 

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



6-5 
6-5 

6-2 
6-1 
6-3 
6-9 
6-8 



So. C 6-10 
Fr. F 6-8 

F 

F 

F 

C 



Sr. 

So. 
Sr. 
Sr. 



6-6 
B-B 
6-6 
6-9 



Wt. Hometown 

165 Gnmesland, N.C. 

185 Martinsville, Va. 

170 Silver Spring, Md. 

1B5 Washington, D.C. 

170 Uniondale, N.Y. 

220 Somerset, Ky. 

1B5 Largo, Md. 

205 Glen Rock, Pa. 

240 Glen Allen, Va. 

190 Fairfax, Va. 

1 95 Landover, Md. 

200 Jackson, Miss. 

220 Minneapolis, Minn, 



Head Coach: Charles "Lefty" Driesell 

Assistant Coaches: Sherman Dillard, Mel Cartwright, 

Ron Bradley 



Seasen Statistics 



Name 

Ben Coleman 
Len Bias 
Adrian Branch 
Jeff Adkins 
Herman Veal 
Keith Gatlin 
Mark Fothergill 
Terry Long 
Jeff Baxter 
Chuck Driesell 
Pete Holbert 
Steve Rivers 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



GP FG9b 

32-32 .BOB 

32-31 .567 

28-25 .479 

32-31 .538 

32-28 .554 

32-9 .487 

32-3 .535 

27-0 .542 

21-0.393 

15-0.462 

14-0.421 

6-0 .4291 

32 .539 

32 ,462 



FTWteb.-Avg. 

.715 269-8.4 
.767 145-4.5 
.752 89-3.1 
.673 86-2.7 
.733 213-6.7 
.761 52-1.6 
B4-2.0 
52-1 .9 
8-0.4 
8-0.4 
13-D.9 
1-0.2 
.7251078-33.7 
.594 995-31,1 



846 
515 
733 
528 
833 
000 



Asst. Pts.-Avg 
53491-15.3 
4B48B-15.2 
75 363-13.0 
119 304-9.4 
57 268-8.4 
198-6.2 
109-3.4 
55-2.0 



146 

12 

10 

46 

5 

4 

1 



48-2.3 
34-2.3 
21-1.5 
12-2.0 
548 2391-74,7 
465 2151-67.2 



ACC Taurnament 

Quarterfinals - defeated N.C. State, 69-63 
Semifinals - defeated Wake Forest, 66-64 
Finals - defeated Duke, 74-62 

NCAA Taurnament 

Mideast Region First Round - bye 
Mideast Region Second Round - defeated 

West Virginia, 102-77 
Mideast Region Semifinal - lost to Illinois, 72-70 



Team Raster 



Yr. 

So. 

Sr. 
Sr. 
Jr. 
Fr. 



Pos. Ht. 

G 6-5 



No. Name 

3 Keith Gatlin 

10 JeffAdkins 

1 1 Chuck Driesell 

1 2 Jeff Baxter 
22 Walter Lancaster 
24 Adrian Branch 

31 Bryan Palmer 

32 Terry Long 

33 Derrick Lewis 

34 Len Bias 
41 Tom Jones 
50 Ed Woods 
Head Coach: Charles "Lefty" Driesell 
Assistant Coaches: Sherman Dillard 
Ron Bradley 

Seasen Statistics 



Sr. G-F 6-8 
So. C 6-10 
C-F 6-8 
F 6-7 
F 6-8 
F 6-6 
F 6-7 



So. 
Fr. 
Jr. 
Jr. 
Fr. 



Wt. Hometown 

165 Grimesland, N.C. 

1 B5 Martinsville, Va. 

170 Silver Spring, Md. 

165 Washington, D.C. 

180 Lanham, Md. 

185 Largo, Md. 

205 Glen Rock, Pa. 

240 Glen Allen, Va. 

1 95 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 
Derrick Lewis 
Jeff Adkins 
Jeff Baxter 
Terry Long 
Chuck Driesell 
Bryan Palmer 
Walter Lancaster 
Ed Woods 
Maryland Totals 



GP FG% 

37-37 .530 

37-37.510 

37-35.514 

37-20 .507 

37-34 .466 

37-14.456 

35-0 .500 

37-8 .508 

14-2.333 

12-0.167 

7-0 .500 

5-0 .000 

37 .503 



Opponent Totals 37 .459 



FT%Peb.-Avg. 

.777 251-6.8 
.762 182-4.9 
.862 70-1 .8 
.741 155-4.2 
.625 241-B.5 
.711 78-4.1 
.697 26-0.7 
89-1 .9 
8-0.6 
10-0.8 
1-0.1 
3-0.4 
1184-32 
1222-33 



Asst. Pts.-Avg 

65 701 -19.0 

B1 671-18.1 

221 306-8.3 

264-7.1 

221-6.0 

193-5.2 

97-2.8 



613 
727 
846 
000 
429 
.743 
.691 



37 
33 
68 

46 
14 
3 
4 
3 




B5-2.3 
38-2.7 
13-1.1 
10-1.4 
3-0.6 
575 2602-70.3 
510 2404-65.0 



ACC Taurnament 

Quarterfinals - lost to Duke, 86-73 

NCAA Taurnament 

Southeast Region First Round - defeated 

Miami-Ohio, 69-6B (OT) 
Southeast Region Second Round - defeated Navy, 64-59 
Southeast Region Semifinal - lost to Villanova, 46-43 



Team Roster 



No. 

3 

12 

21 



31 

32 



Name 

Keith Gatlin 

Jeff Baxter 

John Johnson 
23 Dave Dickerson 
25 Tony Massenburg 

Bryan Palmer 

Terry Long 

33 Derrick Lewis 

34 Len Bias 
David Gregg 
Tom Jones 



40 
41 



50 Phil Nevin 



Yr. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown 

Jr. G 6-5 1 65 Grimesland, N.C. 
6-1 165 Washington, D.C. 
6-4 170 Knoxville, Tenn. 
6-6 200 Olar, S.C. 
6-8 215 Sussex, Va. 
6-10205 Glen Rock, Pa. 
C-F 6-8 240 Glen Allen, Va. 
F 6-7 195 Temple Hills, Md. 
6-8 195 Landover, Md. 
6-9 1 90 Hyattsville, Md. 
6-6 205 Oak Hill, W.Va. 
6-1 1 250 Vandergrift, Pa. 
7-2 210 Cologne, W.Germany 



54 Christoph Weisheit Fr. 

Head Coach: Charles "Lefty" Driesell 

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 1 5-0 .440 

David Gregg 

Greg Nared 

Maryland Totals 

Opponent Totals 



GPFG% 

32-32 .544 
32-30 .475 
32-30 .478 

33-9 .551 
33-33 .485 

31-8.500 
28-21 .546 



15-1 .588 

7-0 .375 

33 .510 

33 .480 



FTOReb.-Avg. 

.864 224-7.0 
.784 86-2.7 
.703 62-1.9 
.617 155-4.7 
.684 222-B.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 



Asst. Pts.-Avg 

33743-23.2 
204326-10.2 



618 
563 
769 
474 

000 



101 
36 
28 

35 
1B 

7 
2 
3 



303-9.5 

267-8.1 

261-7.9 

181-5.B 

91-3.3 

83-2.9 

32-2.1 

29-1.9 

6-0.9 



465 2322-70.4 
457 2166-65.6 



ACC Taurnament 

Quarterfinals - defeated North Carolina, B5-75 
Semifinals - lost to Georgia Tech, 64-62 

NCAA Taurnament 

West Region First Round - defeated Pepperdine, 69-64 
West Region Second Round - lost to UNLV, 70-64 



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3^ FOUr: 2001, 2W2 

ICC Tournament Titles: -/»,-fWaw 

ACC Regular Season Titles': 197s, mo, ms, 2002 




Teams of Tradition 

1987-88 1993-94 1994-98 



Record: 1S-13 H: 8-4 A: 6-7 N: 4-2 
ACC: 6-8, 5th place 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round 
Rankings: None 



Record: 18-12 H: 10-3 A: 4-6 N: 4-3 
ACC: S-S, 4th pface (tie) 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings: USA Today/CNN No. 20 



Record: 26-S H. 16-0 A: 4-4 N: 6-4 
ACC: 12-4, ACC Regular Season co-champ/on 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings: AP No. 10, USA Today/CNN No. 11 




Team Raster 



Team Raster 



No. Name 



Vr. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown 



No. Name 



3 Keith Gatlin Sr. 

5 Mitch Kasoff So. 

10 Mark Karver So. 

1 1 Teyon McCoy So. 

1 2 Rudy Archer Jr. 

21 John Johnson Jr. 

22 Greg Nared Jr. 

23 Dave Dickerson Jr. 

24 Brian Williams Fr. 

25 Tony Massenburg So. 
30 Rodney Walker Jr. 
33 Derrick Lewis Sr. 

43 Cedric Lewis Fr. 

44 Steve Hood So. 
Md. 

Head Coach: Bob Wade 



6-5 170 
6-1 175 
6-7 195 
6-1 17D 
6-1 170 
6-4 170 
6-4 190 
6-6 20D 
6-10210 
F-C 6-9 230 
F 6-9 250 
F 6-7 195 
F 6-9 200 
G-F 6-6 190 



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, 



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 



Vr. Pos. Ht. Wt. 

Fr. G 5-10160 
6-8 1B3 



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 6-1 178 

F-C 6-9 213 

F 6-6 235 



Hometown 

Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. 
Washington, D.C. 
Ft. Washington, Md. 
Greensboro, N.C. 
Forestville, Md. 
Washington, D.C. 
Memphis, Tenn. 
8altimore Md. 
West Islip, N.Y. 
Uniontown, Pa. 
Beltsville, Md. 
Norfolk. Va. 
Randallstown, Md. 



Head Coach: Gary Williams 

Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn, Art Perry, Jimmy Patsos 



Assistant Coaches: Ron Bradley. Dive" Purne.ll, Jeff Adk Sfi2S0ll StStlStlCS 

Seasan Statistics 



Name 

Derrick Lewis 
Rudy Archer 
Brian Williams 
Keith Gatlin 



GP FG% 
31-31 .556 
31-31 .432 
29-29 .600 
21-10.506 



Tony Massenburg23-1 6.520 
Steve Hood 29-12.482 



Teyon McCoy 
Dave Dickerson 
John Johnson 
Cedric Lewis 
Mark Karver 
Rodney Walker 
Mitch Kasoff 
Greg Nared 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



31-B.4B6 
30-6 .472 
23-0 .444 

7-2.313 
12-0.313 
12-0.417 

6-0 .400 

14-1 .182 

31 .504 

31 .482 



FT%Reb.-Avg. 

.593 237-7.6 
.770 75-2.4 
.671 173-6.0 
.758 63-3.0 
.573 122-5.3 
.741 72-2.5 
.871 31-1.0 



.724 
.700 
.308 
.727 
.333 
.333 
.875 



62-2.1 
16-0.7 
14-2.0 
9-0.8 
9-O.B 
0-0.0 
3-0.2 
372 957.30.9 
7151010-33.6 



Asst. Pts.-Avg 

71466-15.0 
172393-12.7 
22363-12.5 
76257-12.2 
10233-10.1 
55 226-7.8 
165-5.3 
135-4.5 
51-2.2 



6B 

30 

12 

1 

10 

1 



B 



14-2.0 
19-1.6 
12-1.0 
5-O.B 
11-O.B 



Name 

Joe Smith 
Exree Hipp 
Johnny Rhodes 
Duane Simpkins 
Keith Booth 
Mario Lucas 
Nick Bosnic 
Donny Judd 
Matt Kovarik 
Wayne Bristol 
Kurtis Shultz 
Matt Raydo 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



GPFG% 

3D-30 .522 

30-30 .472 

30-29.419 

30-30 .485 

30-30 .454 

30-0 .391 

28-0.413 

8-0.417 

29-1 .421 

22-0 .379 

19-0.294 

9-0 .000 

30 .457 

30 .433 



FDfaReb.-Avg, 

.734321-10.7 
.688 120-4.0 
.623 203-6.8 
.784 77-2.6 
.584 183-6.1 
.585 107-3.6 
.706 41-1.5 
6-0.8 
33-1.1 
17-0.8 
11-0.8 
3-0.3 
.6331193.39.8 
.6401148.38.3 



Asst, Pts.-Avg 

25582-19.4 

76397-13.2 

122374-12.5 

136355-11.8 

65324-10.8 



.667 
,792 
.632 
,333 
.429 



11 
24 

31 
6 
4 
2 



163-5,4 
82-2,9 
16-2.0 
53-1 .8 
38-1 .7 
12-0.6 
3-0.3 



503 3399.60.0 
448 3197-73,3 



516 2350-75.8 
483 333771.8 



ACC Taurnament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Georgia Tech. 84-67 
Semifinals - lost to North Carolina, 74-64 

NCAA Taarnament 

Southeast Region First Round - defeated 

UC Santa Barbara, 92-82 
Southeast Region Second Round - lost to Kentucky, 70-64 



ACC Taurnament 

Quarterfinals - lost to Virginia, 89-63 

NCAA Taurnament 

Midwest Region First Round - defeated St. Louis, 74-67 
Midwest Region Second Round - defeated 

Massachusetts, 95-87 
Midwest Region Semifinal - lost to Michigan, 78-71 



Team Raster 



No. Name 

3 Matt Raydo 

4 Exree Hipp 

10 Duane Simpkins 

1 1 Matt Kovarik 

1 2 Donny Judd 



Vr. Pos. Ht. Wt. 

So. G 5-10160 
6-8 205 



1 3 Sarunas Jasikevicius Fr. 



15 Johnny Rhodes 

21 Mario Lucas 

22 Keith Booth 
25 Rodney Elliot 

31 Wayne Bristol 

32 Joe Smith 
55 Kurtis Shultz 



Jr. 
Jr. 
So. 
Fr. 
Sr. 



6-0 172 
6-5 185 
8-5 185 
6-4 202 
6-4 205 
6-8 233 
6-5 225 
6-B 207 
6-1 185 



So. F-C 6-10221 
Sr. F 6-5 235 



Hometown 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
Washington, D.C. 
Ft. Washington, Md. 
Greensboro, N.C. 
Forestville, Md. 
Kaunas, Lithuania 
Washington, D.C. 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Baltimore Md. 
Baltimore Md. 
Beltsville, Md. 
Norfolk, Va. 
Randallstown, Md. 



Head Coach: Gary Wlliams 

Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn, Art Perry, Jimmy Patsos 



Seasan Statistics 



Name GP FG* 

Jdb Smith 34-34 .578 

Johnny Rhodes 34-34 .525 
Exree Hipp 34-34.514 
Keith Booth 34-34 .455 
Duane Simpkins 34-33 .445 
Mario Lucas 34-0 .420 
Wayne Bristol 34-0 .465 
Sarunas Jasikevicius29-0.446 
Donny Judd 10-0.455 

Kurtis Shultz 12-0.636 
Rodney Elliott 30-0 .500 



FT%Reb.-Avg.Asst. 



Matt Raydo 
Matt Kovarik 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



12-0.445 

31-1 .313 

34 .498 

34 .440 



741362-10.7 

694 179-5.3 
656 141-4.2 

695 247-7.3 
841 72-2.1 
577 125-3.7 
636 40-1.2 
810 19-0.7 

5-0.5 
11-0.9 
46-1.5 
6-0.5 
27-0.9 
7061367-40,3 
6561142-33.6 



.556 
1.00 
.519 

SCO 
.647 



40 
126 
109 

76 
162 

23 

31 

22 
3 
1 

13 
8 

27 
641 
511 



Pts.-Avg 

708-20.8 

475-14.0 

461-13.6 

369-10.9 

358-10.5 

241-7.1 

133-3.9 

89-3.1 

16-1.6 

19-1.6 

43-1.4 

12-1.0 

22-0.7 

3946-86,7 

2514-73.3 



ACC Taurnament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Florida State, 71-64 
Semifinels - lost to North Carolina, 97-92 IDT) 

NCAA Taurnament 

West Region First Round - defeated Gonzaga, 87-63 
West Region Second Round - defeated Texas, 82-66 
West Region Semifinal - lost to Connecticut, 99-89 



fM 




11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 



even Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 



'wa si n BSwIiMw 



1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 



Record: 17-73 H: 11-3 A: 3-5 N: 3-5 
ACC: 8-8, 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 pface (tie J 
Postseason: NCAA First Round 
Rankings: AP No. 22 



Record: 81-11 H. 12-2 A: 3-5 N. 6-4 
ACC: 10-6, 3rd p/ace 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings: AP No. SO, USA Today/NABC No. 22 




Team Roster 



No. Name 

3 Laron Profit 

4 Exree Hipp 
Matt Raydo 
Duane Simpkins 
Matt Kovarik 
Terrell Stokes 
Sarunas Jasikevicius 
Norman Fields 

1 5 Johnny Rhodes 

21 Mario Lucas 

Keith Booth 

Rodney Elliot 

Brian Watkins 

Dbinna Ekezie 



Yr. Pos. Ht. Vlt. 

Fr. F-G 6-5 189 



Sr. F B-B 224 



5 
10 
11 
12 

13 
14 



22 
25 
45 

54 



5-10153 
6-0 172 
6-4 201 
6-0 172 
6-4 195 
6-0 173 
6-4 212 
B-B 241 
6-6 222 
6-8 213 
6-9 216 



F-C 6-9 26Q 



Hometown 

Charleston, S.C. 
Washington, D.C. 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
Ft, Washington, Md. 
Greensboro, N.C. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Kaunas, Lithuania 
Mt. Vemon, N.Y. 
Washington, D.C. 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Baltimore Md. 
Baltimore Md. 
Nashville, Tenn. 
Port Harcourt, Nigeria 



Head Coach: Gary Williams 

Assistant Coaches; Billy Hahn, Art Perry, Jimmy Patsos 



Season Statistics 



Name GP FG% 

Johnny Rhodes 30-30 .47B 
Keith Booth 30-30 .442 
Duane Simpkins 27-27 .458 



Mario Lucas 
Exree Hipp 
Laron Profit 
Rodney Elliott 
Dbinna Ekezie 



29-6 .427 

29-27 .368 

27-0 .482 

29-6 .500 

30-18.472 



Sarunas Jasikevicius 27-2 .427 

Terrell Stokes 30-4 .470 

Matt Raydo B-0 .250 

Norman Fields 10-0.286 

Matt Kovarik 5-0 .000 

Maryland Totals 3D ,449 

Opponent Totals 30 .451 



FT4bReb.-Avg. 

.569 177-5.9 
.757 233-7.8 
.845 65-2.4 
.628 151-5.2 
.661 89-3.1 
.756 74-2.7 
.692 91-3.1 
.550 111-3.7 
.500 32-1.2 
40-1 .3 
0-0.0 
4-0.4 
2-0.4 
.6831158.38.6 
.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 
559 2440.81.3 
429 22SB-76.3 



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 Bound - lost to Santa Clara, 91 -79 



Team Roster 



No. Name 

3 Laron Profit 
Atman Smith 
Matt Raydo 
Kelly Hits 
Matt Kovarik 
Terrell Stokes 
Sarunas Jasikevicius 
Norman Fields 
Matt Hahn 
Keith Booth 
Rodney Elliot 
Brian Watkins 
Dbinna Ekezie 
Mike Mardesich 



Yr. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown 

So. F-G 6-5 189 Charleston, S.C. 

Fr. G 5-10160 Baltimore, Md. 

5-10152 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

6-4 190 Temple Terrace, Fla. 

6-4 201 Greensboro, N.C. 

6-0 171 Philadelphia, Pa. 

6-4 195 Kaunas, Lithuania 

6-0 173 Mt. Vemon, N.Y. 

6-0 155 Columbia, Md. 

6-6 222 6altimore Md. 

6-8 213 Baltimore Md. 

6-9 216 Nashville, Tenn. 

So. F-C 6-9 260 Port Harcourt, Nigeria 

Fr. C 7-0 220 Boston, Mass. 
Head Coach: Gary Williams 
Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn, Dave Dickerson, Jimmy Patsos 



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



Season Statistics 



Name GP F6% 

Keith Booth 32-32 .489 
Laron Profit 32-30 .475 
Sarunas Jasikevicius32-32.41 8 
Dbinna Ekezie 32-32 .550 



Rodney Elliott 
Terrell Stokes 
Brian Watkins 
Matt Kovarik 
Norman Fields 
Atman Smith 
Matt Hahn 
Kelly Hite 
Matt Raydo 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



32-2 .483 

32-31 .427 

25-0 .445 

32-1 .431 

8-0 .400 

4-0 .429 

4-0 .500 

11-0.250 

9-0 .200 

32 ,465 

32 .405 



FT%Reb.-Avg. 

,717 253-7.9 
.626 171-5.3 
.742 80-2.5 
.639 212-6.6 
.728 197-6.2 
.645 88-2.8 



.647 
.679 
.833 
.000 
.667 
.500 
.333 



54-2.2 
58-1.8 
8-1.0 
3-0.8 
1-0.3 
11-1.0 
3-0.3 
6B1 1226-38.3 
6681092-34.1 



Asst. Pts.-Avg 

82624-19.5 
78412-12.9 
102338-10.6 
22322-10.1 
42 275-8.6 
263-8.2 
70-8.2 



143 
2 
41 
1 

1 

4 



64-2.0 

14-1.8 

6-1.5 

4-1.0 

10-0.9 

4-0.5 



518 2406.75.2 
425 2136.66.8 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Clemson, 76-61 
Semifinals - lost to NC State, 65-58 

NCAA Tournament 

Southeast Region First Round - lost to 
College of Charleston, 75-66 



Team Roster 



No, 


Name 


Yr. 


Pos 


Ht. wt. 


Hometown 


3 


Laron Profit 


Jr. 


F-G 


6-5 194 


Charleston, S.C. 


4 


Atman Smith 


So. 


G 


6-0 170 


Baltimore, Md. 


11 


Matt Kovarik 


Sr. 


G 


6-4 196 


Greensboro, N.C. 


12 


Terrell Stokes 


Jr. 


G 


6-0 1B9 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


13 


Sarunas Jasikevicius 


Sr. 


G 


6-4 197 


Kaunas, Lithuania 


SO 


Matt Hahn 


So. 


G 


6-0 155 


Columbia, Md. 


21 


LaRon Cephas 


Fr. 


F 


6-7 220 


Wilmington, Del. 


25 


Rodney Elliot 


Sr. 


F 


6-8 221 


Baltimore Md. 


31 


Norman Fields 


Jr. 


G 


6-0 183 


Mt. Vernon, N.Y, 


33 


Mike Mardesich 


Fr. 


C-F 


7-0 250 


Boston, Mass. 


44 


Terence Morris 


Fr. 


F 


6-8 199 


Frederick, Md. 


45 


Brian Watkins 


Jr. 


F 


6-9 220 


Nashville, Tenn. 


54 


Dbinna Ekezie 


Jr. 


F-C 6-10256 


Port Harcourt, Nigeria 



Head Coach: Gary Williams 

Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn, Dave Dickerson, Jimmy Patsos 



Season Statistics 



Name GP FG% 

Laron Profit 32-32 .447 
Rodney Elliott 32-32 .485 
Dbinna Ekezie 32-32 .484 
Sarunas Jasikevicius32-32.456 
Terence Morris 32-0 .523 
Mike Mardesich 32-0.424 
Terrell Stokes 32-25.415 
Matt Kovarik 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 



FTPoReb.-Avg, 

.707 165-5.2 
.686 236-7.4 
.670 207-6.5 
.759 104-3.3 
.695 113-3.5 
.622 138-4.3 
.667 82-2.6 



.429 
.600 
.000 
.750 
.500 
.250 



53-1.7 
15-1.7 
11-0.9 
0-0.0 
8-0.7 
30-1 .4 
6781271-39.7 
6601209.37.8 



Asst. Pts.-Avg 

104506-15.8 

51481-15.0 

51410-12.8 

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 

7-0.3 



602 2520-7B.8 
421 2306.72.1 



ACC Taurnament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Georgia Tech, 83-65 
Semifinals - lost to North Carolina, 83-73 (OT) 

NCAA Tournament 

West Region First Round - defeated Utah State, 82-68 
West Region Second Round - defeated Illinois, 67-61 
West Region Semifinal - lost to Arizona, 87-79 




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ilfOW: 2001, 2002 

ACC Tournament Titles: -isan'oi-zm- 
ACC Regular Season Titles': ws, mo] ms, 20112 




2004-05 MARYLAND BASKETB 

w ^TRADITION 






Record: SB-B H: 13-1 A. 7-3 N: 8-B 
ACC: 13-3, 3nd place 
Postseason; NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings.' AP No. 5, USA Today/NABC No. B 



Teams of 

1999-00 2000-01 



Record: 25-10 H. 15-1 A: 4-5 N: 6-4 
ACC: 11-5, Bnd place, ACC Tournament finalist 
Postseason: NCAA Second Pound 
Rankings: AP No. 17, USA Today/ESPN No. 25 




Record: 25-11 H: 11-3 A. B-3 N: B-5 

ACC: 10-6, 3rd place 

Postseason: NCAA Final Four 

Rankings: AP No. 1 1, USA Today/ESPN No. 4 




Team Roster 



Yr. Pos. Ht. Wft. Hometown 



No. Name 

3 Laron Profit 
5 Juan Dixon 
12 Terrell Stokes 
1 5 Danny Miller 

20 Matt Hahn 

21 LaRon Cephas 
23 Steve Francis 
31 Norman Fields 
33 Mike Mardesich 
35 Lonny Baxter 

44 Terence Morris 

45 Brian Watkins 
54 Dbinna Ekezie 
Head Coach: Gary Williams 

Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn, Dave Dickerson, Jimmy Patsos 



Sp. 
Fr. 
Sr. 
Fr\ 
Jr. 
So. 
Jr. 
Sr. 
So. 
Fr. 
So. 
Sr. 
Sr. 



F-G 6-5 202 
G B-3 152 
6-0 167 
6-8 205 
6-0 162 
6-7 223 
6-3 194 
6-0 185 
C-F 7-0 255 
F 6-8 225 
F 6-9 205 
F 6-9 229 
F-C 6-10262 



Charleston, S.C. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Mt. Holly, N.J. 
Columbia, Md. 
Wilmington, Del. 
Takoma Park, Md. 
Mt. Vernon, N.Y. 
6oston, Mass. 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Frederick, Md. 
Nashville, Tenn. 
Port Harcort, Nigeria 



Season Statistics 



Name 

Steve Francis 
Terence Morris 
Laron Profit 
Obinna Ekezie 
Juan Dixon 
Lonny Baxter 
Danny Miller 
Terrell Stokes 
Mike Mardesich 
Brian Watkins 
LaRon Cephas 
Norman Fields 
Matt Hahn 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



GPFG% 

34-33 .523 

34-34 .551 

34-34 .503 

24-23 .488 

34-0 .443 

32-10.599 

34-0 .4B2 

34-34 .421 

34-0 .350 

19-1 .488 

15-0.445 

22-1 .286 

14-0.750 

34 .495 

34 ,38B 



FT%Beb.-Avg. 

.790 154-4.5 
.825 242-7.1 
.676 162-4.8 
.693 141-5.9 
.B30 88-2.6 
.573 116-3.6 
.532 72-2.1 
.667 94-2.8 
.528 117-3.4 
.500 34-1.8 
.500 5-0.3 
.778 21-1.0 
.445 6-0.4 
.7011343-39.5 
.6581309-35.6 



Asst. Pts.-Avg 

152579-17.0 
67521-15.3 
86494-14,5 
55305-12.7 
50 250-7.4 
217-6.8 
144-4.2 
143-4.2 
115-3.4 
50-2.6 
21-1.4 
24-1.1 
1D-0.7 
567 3673-84.5 
735 3359-66,4 



29 
38 
76 
34 
11 

1 
10 

8 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Florida State, 93-69 
Semifinals - lost to North Carolina, 86-79 

NCAA Tournament 

South Pegion First Round - defeated Valparaiso, 82-60 
South Region Second Round - defeated Creighton, 75-63 
South Region Semifinal - lost to St. John's, 76-63 



Team Roster 



Yr. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown 

So. G 6-3 152 Baltimore, Md. 

6-0 167 Baltimore, Md. 

6-3 200 Orlando. Fla. 

6-3 165 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. 

G-F 6-6 215 Rayne. La. 

C-F 7-0 255 Boston, Mass. 

So. F-C 6-8 250 Silver Spring, Md. 

Jr. F 6-9 205 Frederick, Md. 

Fr. F 6-10235 Red Bank, N.J. 
Head Coach: Gary Williams 
Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn, Dave Dickerson, Jimmy Patsos 



No. Name 

3 Juan Dixon 
Earl Badu 
Calvin McCall 
Drew Nicholas 
Danny Miller 
Matt Hahn 
LaRon Cephas 
Steve Blake 
Byron Mouton 
Mike Mardesich 
Lonny Baxter 

44 Terence Morris 

45 Tahj Holden 



5o. 
Fr. 
Fr. 
So. 
Sr. 
Jr. 
Fr. 
Jr. 
Jr. 



Season Statistics 



Name 

Juan Dixon 
Terence Morris 
Lonny Baxter 
Danny Miller 
Steve Blake 
Drew Nicholas 
Tahj Holden 
Mike Mardesich 
LaRon Cephas 
Calvin McCall 
Matt Hahn 
Earl Badu 
Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



GPFG% 

35-35 .482 

34-34 .493 

35-35 .533 

34-34 .449 

35-33 .40B 

35-0 .421 

35-3 .432 

35-0 .426 

14-0.391 

13-0.227 

13-1 .286 

4-0 .000 

35 .465 

35 .403 



FVbP.eb.-Avg, 

.790 192-5.5 
.761 293-8.8 
.594 308-B.8 
.654 99-2.9 
.686 106-3.0 
.621 38-1.1 
.672 69-2.0 
.625 100-2.9 
.429 19-1.4 
.571 10-0.8 
,667 3-0.2 
.000 1-0.3 
.6851354-38.7 
.6611396-37.0 



Asst, Pts.-Avg 

127630-18.0 
80 53715.8 
31 547-15.6 
92 290-8.5 
244-7.0 
177-5.1 
116-3.3 
95-2.7 



217 

50 

34 

19 



11 

6 





21-1.5 
14-1.1 
12-0.9 
0-0.0 
667 3683-76.7 
491 3386-68.3 



ACC Tournament 

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