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2006-07 MARYLAND BASKETBALL 



DAY DATE 



OPPONENT 



Wed. Nov.1 CALIFORNIA, PA. (Exhibition) 8:00 

Sat. Nov. 4 CANADIAN TEAM (Exhibition) 8:00 

2K SPORTS COLLEGE HOOPS CLASSIC 
COLLEGE PARK REGIONAL 

Tue. Nov. 7 New Orleans vs. Vermont TBA 

Tue. Nov. 7 MARYLAND vs. HAMPTON 8:30 ESPNU 

Wed. Nov. 8 Tuesday losers TBA 

Wed. Nov. 8 Tuesday winners TBA ESPN2 

(Terps play at 7 p.m. Wednesday; 

Other Regional Hosts: Michigan State, Texas, St. John's) 

Sun. Nov. 12 FLORIDA A&M 7:00 CSN 



# 11 Consecutive NCAA Tournaments 

# Seven Sweet Sixteens Since 1994 1 

#Finai Four: 2001, 2002 

# Sweet Sixteen: 1994, 1995, 1998, 

■i1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 

# NCAA Tournament: 1994, 1995, 1996, 

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Dec. 6 
Dec. 10 
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Dec. 23 
Dec. 28 
Dec. 31 
Jan. 4 
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Jan. 24 
Jan. 30 
Feb. 3 
Feb. 6 
Feb. 11 
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Feb. 18 
Feb. 21 
Feb. 25 
Feb. 28 
Mar. 3 
Mar. 8-11 
Mar. 15-18 



Thu.-Sun. Mar. 22-25 



Sat.-Mon. Mar.31-Apr.2 



2K SPORTS COLLEGE HOOPS CLASSIC 
CHAMPIONSHIP ROUNDS (at New York, N.Y.) 

Semifinals 7:00/9:00 ESPN2 

Championship/Consolation 7:00/9:00 ESPN2 

WINTHROP 8:00 CSN 

HIGH POINT 1:30 CSN 

at Illinois (ACC/Big 10 Challenge) 7:00 ESPN 

vs. Notre Dame (BB&T Classic) 6:30 CSN 
FORDHAM 8:00 

at Boston College* 6:30 FSN 

MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY 8:00 CSN 

AMERICAN 1:00 CSN 

MOUNT ST. MARY'S 8:00 CSN 
SIENA 1:00 

lONA 8:00 CSN 

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CLEMSON 

at Virginia* 8:00 RLF Split 

at Virginia Tech* ^.^n pqm 

GEORGIA TECH- y:uu KLr dpin 

at Florida State* 8:00 RLF Split 

at Wake Forest* 8:00 RLF 

VIRGINIA' 

DUKE 

at NC State* 

at Clemson* 

FLORIDA STATE* 9:00 RLF Split 

NORTH CAROLINA 

at Duke* 9:00 ESPN 

NC STATE* 3:30 ABC 

at ACC Tournament fTampa, Fla.j TBA RLF/ESPN 

NCAA First & Second Rounds TBA CBS 

(Sites: Buffalo, Sacramento, Lexington, Winston-Salem, 

Chicago, Columbus, Spokane, New Orleans) 

NCAA Regionals TBA CBS 

(Sites: San Antonio, San Jose, East Rutherford, St. Louis) 

NCAA Final Four (Atlanta, Ga.) TBA CBS 



9:00 RLF Split 

2:00 ESPNU 

8:00 RLF Split 

7:30 FSN 

9:00 RLF Split 

8:00 RLF Split 

8:00 RLF 

9:00 RSN 

5:00 FSN 

7:00 ESPN2 

4:00 RLF Split 

9:00 RLF Split 



* - Atlantic Coast Conference game; All times and dates subject to change; 

All times Eastern; Home games played at Comcast Center (17,950) listed in BOLD 

Radio - All games on the Maryland Sports Radio Network 

(Flagships: ESPN UOOAM, WHFS-FM W5.7,) and umterps.com 

TV Key - ESPN, ESPN2, CBS, Fox Sports Net (FSN) - national broadcasts; 

Raycom/Lincoln Financial networks (RLF/RLF Split); 

Regional Sports Network (RSN) - regional broadcasts; 

Comcast Sports Net (CSN) - regional broadcasts. 



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THIS IS MARYLAND BASKETBALL 

2006-07 Schedule 1 

Table of Contents 2 

This Is Maryland Terrapins Basketball . . 4 

Comcast Center 6 

The Gory Williams Datebook 8 

Championship Tradition 12 

Basketball Family 14 

Gameday at Goryland 16 « 

The Power of The ACC 18 /^ 

Maryland In The Spotlight 20 ■' 

No Better Place To Be 22 If 

So Much... So Close 24 '»' 

In Memory Of Marvin Perry 26 

2006-07 SEASON PREVIEW 

Season Outlook 28 

Roster Information 31 

Pronunciation Guide 31 

Preseason Notebook & Honors 32 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach Gary Williams 34 

Assistant Coach Michael Adams 46 

Assistant Coach Chuck Driesell 48 

Assistant Coach Keith Booth 50 ' ^ 

Director of Basketball Operations "** 

Troy Wainwright 52 

Men's Basketball Support Staff 54 ., 

MEET THE TERRAPINS 

Will Bowers 58 

Parrish Brown 60 

Gini Chukura 62 

Ekene Ibekwe 64 

Mike Jones 67 

D.J. Strawberry 70" 

James Gist 73 

Dave Neal 75 

Jerome Burney 77 ^ 

Eric Hayes 78 ~ 

London Milbourne 79 

Bombale Osby 80 

Greivis Vasauez 81 

Radio/TV Chart 82 

ACC 8 OPPONENTS 

About the Atlantic Coast Conference . . 84 
ACC & NCAA Tournament Brackets . . 85 
2005-06 ACC Standings & Stats .... 86 

ACC Composite Schedule 88 

American, Boston College 90 

Clemson, Duke 91 

Florida State, Fordham 92 

Georgia Tech, Hampton 93 

High Point, Illinois 94 

lona, Miami 95 

Missouri-Kansas City, Mount St. Mary's 96 

North Carolina, NC State 97 

Notre Dame, Siena 98 

Virginia, Virginia Tech 99 

Wake Forest, Winthrop . . , 100 



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2006-07 Media Guide Credits 

Tfie 2006-07 University of Maryland IVIen's Basketball 
Media Guide was published by ttie Maryland Athletics Media 
Relations Office with the intent to serve all media and 
followers of Terrapin basketball. Additional copies may be 
purchased for $25. Mail orders should include $3 for 
postage and handling. 

The guide was written and edited by publications coordi- 
nator Patrick Fischer, associate athletics director Doug Dull 
and Jason Yaman. Layout and design by Patrick Fischer. 

Photography by Bruce L. Schwartzman, Phil Straw, Greg 
Fiume, Tony Quinn, Bill Vaughan, NBAE/Getty Images and 
NBA Properties. 

The Maryland Athletics Media Relations staff extends its 
thanks to all ACC and opponent sports information offices 
and all members of past sports information staffs that have 
assisted in compiling information that is an integral part of 
this guide. Any corrections or additions to the media guide 
are welcome and should be directed, via e-mail, to Doug 
Dull at ddull@umd.edu. 



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The University of Maryland is an equal opportunity insti- 
ition with respect to both education and employment. The 
niversity does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, 
rigin, sex or handicap in admission or access to, or 
eatment or employment in, its programs and activities as 
squired by federal (Title VI, Title IX, Section 504) and 
tate laws and regulations. Inquiries regarding compliance 
ith Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, 
itie IX of the 1972 Educational Amendment, Section 504 
f the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, or related legal require- 
lents should be directed to the Office of Human Relations, 
107 Hornbake Library, University of Maryland, College 
ark, Md. 20742; telephone— 301-405-2838. Inquiries 
ancerning the application of Section 504 and Part 34 of 
ie C.F.R. to the University of Maryland, College Park, may 
e directed to the Director, Disabled Student Services, 
126 Shoemaker Hall, University of Maryland, College 
ark, Md. 20742; telephone— 301-314-7862 (voice) or 
01-314-7683 (TTY). 



2005-06 SEASON REVIEW 

Review Notebook 102 

Game-By-Game Results 103 

Season Statistics 104 

Team Game-By-Game 105 

Points-Rebounds-Assists 106 

Tracking The Terps 106 

Superlatives 107 

Miscellaneous Statistics 108 

Game Recaps 1 09 

THE RECORD BOOK 

Year-By-Year Finishes 120 

Coaching History, Arena History. ... 121 

All-Time AP Poll 122 

All-Time Coaches Poll 123 

Individual Records 124 

Individual Leaders 125 

Class Records 1 30 

Annual Leaders 132 

Team Records 1 34 

Largest Margins 1 36 

Overtime Games 136 

100-Point Games 137 

Maryland Year-By-Year Stats 138 

Opponent Year-By-Year Stats 139 

All-Time Results 140 

Series Records 146 

Series Results 147 

Regular Season Tournaments 153 

ACC Tournament History 154 

Postseason History 156 

NCAA Tournament Records 157 

HISTORY AND HONORS 

Teams of Tradition 162 

Honored Jerseys 1 69 

Award Winners 1 74 

All-Time Roster 1 76 

Career Statistics 178 

Cole Field House 181 

TERPS IN THE PROS 

Terps In The NBA Draft, 

Lottery History 184 

Terps' Draft History 1 85 

Terps In The Pros 1 86 

Terps As Pro Coaches 1 88 

DNIVERSITY 8 ATHLETICS 
DEPARTMENT 

University of Maryland 1 90 

Distinguished Alumni 192 

President CD. Mote J r 193 

Athletics Director Deborah A. Yow . . 1 94 

Athletics Administration 196 

Academic Support & 

Career Development 200 

Strength & Conditioning 202 

Sports Medicine 203 

Athletic Development 204 

Terrapin Radio Network 205 

Media Guidelines 206 

Covering The Terps 208 




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Maryland has reached 13 straight postseasons. In seven of 
the last ten years, Maryland jias received a top^ seed in the 
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.chool's all-time winnii^est coach during 
the 2005-06 season.' He has 353 wins as 
head coach of the Terps, and 560 career 
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QUICK FACTS 

Founded: 1807 

EnroMment: 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) 

Athletic Department Phone: 301-314-7075 

Press Row Phone: 301-314-8624 

First Year of Basketball: 1 904 05 

Overall All-Time Record: 1 ,269 903 (.584) 

NCAA Tournament Appearances/Last: .... 21/2004 

National Championships: 1 (2002) 

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 — 1958, 1984, 2004; Regular 
Season Champions — 1975, 1980, T-1995, 2002) 

BASKETBALL STAFF 

Head Coach: Gary Williams 

(Maryland '68/1 7th season) 

Overall Record (Years): 560-319 (28) 

Record at Maryland (Years): 353-191 (17) 

Assistant Coach: Michael Adams 

(Boston College '85/2nd season) 

Assistant Coach: Chuck Driesell 

(Maryland '85/1 st season) 

Assistpnt Coach: Keith Booth 

(Maryland '03/3rd season) 

Director/Operations: Troy Wainwright 

(UMUC '04/1 1th season) 
Basketball Office Phone: 301 31 4 7029 

MEDIA RELATIONS 

Associate A.D./Media Relations: Doug Dull 

(Maryland '81) 

Media Relations Phone: 301 -31 4-7064 

Media ReloHons Fox: 301-314-9094 

Men's Basketball Contact: Jason Yaman 

Office Phone: 301-314-8052 

E-mail: jyaman@umd.edu 

Athletics Website: www.umterps.com 

Media Relations Mailing Address: 
2725 Comcast Center, College Park, MD 20742 

TEAM INFORMATION 

2005-06 Overall Record: 19 13 

ACC Record/Finish: 8-8, 6th 

ACC Tournament: 1-1 

Maryland defeats Georgia Tech, 82-64 (First Round) 
Boston College defeats Maryland, 80-66 (Quarterfinals) 

Postseason: 0-1 , NIT First Round 

Manhattan defeats Maryland 87-84 (First Round) 

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/4 

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 

Newcomers: 5 



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Maryland has won 19 games or more in each of the 
last ten seasons. The Terps have averaged 23.5 . 
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2006 NCAA DiVISON I MEN'S BASKETBALL 

HOME ATTENDANCE LEADERS 

RANK, SCHOOL G ATTENDANCE AVERAGE ' 



locker rooms and adjoining training facilities. 



1. Kentucky 

2. Syracuse 

3. North Carolina 

4. Louisville 

5. Tennessee 

6. MARYLAND 

7. Wisconsin 

8. Indiana 

9. Illinois 

10. Kansas 



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341,445 
410,153 
344,071 
402,963 
269,310 
291,961 
274,272 
220,343 
265,888 
260,800 



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21,587 
20,239 
18,316 
17,954 
17,174 
17,142 
16,949 
16,618 
16,300 



COMCAST 

Capacity 

Total Square Feet 

On-Site Parking* 

Seats for tlie Disabled . . . 

Restrooms 

Concession Stands 

Luxury Suites 

Building Site 

Heritage Hall 

Auxiliary Competition & 

Practice Venue 

Terps Merchandise Store. , 



QUICK FACTS 

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440,000 

6,000 

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20 

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Capacity 400 

Capacity 1,500 

Open 10-6, Mon.-Sat. 

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andand's new home for Terrapin Athletics was completed in 
the fall of 2002 and has already provided three seasons of 
toppled attendance records and memories on tiie hardwood. 
Comcast Center provides a seating capacity of 17,950 fans for 
basketi)all, and serves as a campus site for university special events and 
select community events. 

The Teirapins' first public basketball event was its 2002 Midnight 
Madness celebration, which has grown to one of tiie premiere student 
events of tiie academic year. In its first season, 281,057 fans were on 
hand to wibiess Terrapin basketball games for a per-game average of 
17,566 as tiie Terrapins finished fiftii In tiie nation. The Terps went on to 
finish fifUi in tiie nation once again in 2003-04, witii a school-record 
287,200 spectators packing tiie arena for 16 hill sellouts and a capacity 
per-game average of 17,950. Maryland drew 299,391 fans to Comcast 
Center during tiie 2004-05 season, again setting a school record. The 
Terps finished sixtii in tiie nation in home attendance last season and 
has a tiiree-year average of 17,168. 

The honored jersey numbers of 15 of tiie greatest men's basketball 
players in school history, as well as banners commemorating tiie 2002 
national championship and tiie 2002 National Coach of tiie Year Gaiy 
Williams, hang high above tiie court in Comcast Center's rafters. The 
2004 ACC Tournament Championship banner was added two years %o. 

Iwenty suites provide enhanced viewing and entertainment capabilities 
for Maryland fans. Maryland's student section, affectionately known as 
"GARYLAND," accommodates 4,000 of tiie Terps' perennial ardent 
supporters. Students fill tiie first 10 rows tiiat ring tiie arena floor and a 
majority of seats on tiie arena's west wall - which at an intimidatir^ 35 
degree incline provides tiie Terrapins' witti a unique home court 
advantage. 

Comcast Center houses tiie university's atiiletics administi-ation offices 
and includes a 7,000-square-foot Academic Support Center, providing an 
enhanced staidy afanosphere for tiie school's neariy 750 student-atiiletes 
on 27 teams. An additional 1,500-seat gymnasium serves as home to tiie 
Terps' volleyball, gymnastics and wrestiing teams, and Sprint Heritage 
Hall multi-purpose room is equipped to host banquets, press confer- 
ences, meetings and serve as a pregame restaurant suite overiooking 
tiie competition arena. 

Comcast Center is an excellent place for alumni and fans to enjoy tiieir 
favorite sports and share in tiieir common Terrapin spirit Visitors can 
learn about tiie men and women who have forged tiie Maryland Atiiletics 
program among tiie nation's elite as tiiey sb'oll ttirough the Terrapin Walk 
of Fame and History. The Terrapin Team Store, located just off tiie 
soaring tiiree-level afaium lobby, allows visitors to outfit tiieir pride. 




Maryland has once again reclaimed tiie status of having tiie best stirdent 
activities center and basketball arena in tiie countiy. 



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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. [1 ] 

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

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

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

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



19 9 0-91 



De<. 29, 1 990 - 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] 



19 9 1-92 



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] 



19 9 2-93 



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



19 9 3-94 



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 polfsince 1 985. [5] 

March 13, 1994 - Maryland named to the 
NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1 988, 
earning a No. 10 seed in the Midwest Region. 

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

March 19, 1994 - Defeated second- 
seeded Massachusetts, 95-87, in the 
biggest upset of the 1 994 NCAA 
Tournament. Maryland reached the 
Sweet Sixteen for the first time since 
1985. [6] 



19 9 4-95 



Nov. 7, 1 994 - 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 team. 
March 13, 1995 - No. 10 final AP rankings is 

Terps' first top 10 ranking in a final poll since 

1980. 




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Record 


Points 


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Kansas (29) 


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1,552 


2. 


UCLA (26) 


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1.514 


3. 


Arhansas (3) 


12 1 


1.458 


4. 


North (^totinad) 13 2 


1.425 


5. 


Duke (2) 


11 1 


1.393 


6. 


Massachusstts (4) 131 


1.360 


7. 


Kentucky 


132 


1,226 


S. 


Indiana 


10-2 


1,160 


9. 


Arizona 


13-2 


1,060 


10. 


Connecticut 


14 1 


949 


11. 


Temple 


92 


917 


12. 


Purdue 


14-1 


879 


13. 


Louisville 


12-2 


843 


14. 


Wisconsin 


12 I 


788 


15 


Mictilgan 


113 


787 


16. 


Syracuse 


102 


536 


17 


Georgia Tech 


10-4 


524 


18. 


Ala.-Birmingham 13-1 


413 


19. 


Cincinnati 


12-3 


384 


20. 


Minnesota 


11-4 


318 


21. 


California 


10-3 


315 


22. 


Xavler, Ohio 


11 1 


256 


23. 


St. Louis 


14-0 


254 


24. 


West Virginia 


10-2 


172 


25. 


Maryland 


10-3 


130 



AP TOP 25 MEN 


fbik. School 


ReconI 


Pts. 


1, N.(irolitia(56) 


7-0-0 


1.590 


2. UCLA (5) 


5-0-0 


1,506 


3. Arkansas (3) 


8-10 


1.462 


4. Massachusetts 


5-1-0 


1.419 


5. Kentucky 


5-1-0 


1,328 


6. Kansas 


7-1-0 


1.229 


7. Cuke 


6-1-0 


1,197 


8, Ckjnnecticut 


5-0-0 


1.185 


9. Maryland 


8-2-0 


1,024 



10. Arizona 



11. Syracuse 



7-1-0 



12. Georgetown 5-1-0 



13. Florida 



5-2-0 



14. Calffornia 



6-0-0 



15. Michigan St. 5-1-0 



16. Arizona St. 



7-2-0 



520 



17. (Seorgia Tech 7-1-0 



492 I 



18. Wake Forest 6-1-0 



19. Wisconsin 



6-1-0 



399 



20. Cincinnati 



377 



21. Iowa St. 



8-1-0 



22. New Mexico St. 8-2-0 



294 



23. Nebraska 



24. Indiana 



25. St. John's 



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Others receiving votes: Stanford 103, 
Minnesota 98, Missouri 98, Pennsylvano 
56, Illinois 52, Iowa 41, St. Louts 41, 
Virginia 40, Villanova 36, Oklahoma St- 
33, Tulane 31. St. Joseph's 29. Alabama 
27, Louisville 17. Oklahoma 17, Virginia 
Tech 17, Xavief, Ohio 16, Ohio University 



Others receiving wolfls; Boston College 
j 124. Ohianoma SI 7'S, Florida 66. lilinas 
I 55. New Meiico St 43, (Missouri 42, Ne- 
|biasKa21 Marquette 20. Mississippi St 14. 
LSU 11, Virginia 9. W Kentucky 7, Michigan 
- '. Ppiin 5. Seton Hall 4, Alabama 3, 
J OePaul 3, New Orleans 3, Wake Foiest 3, 
I George Washington 2, Providence 2, In - 
Chattanooga 2, Vanderbitt 2 ^^^^^ 




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Mar<h 18, 1995 - Defeated Texas, 82-68, to 
advance to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen for the 
second consecutive season. [8] 



June 28, 1995 - National Player of the Year 

selection Joe Smith selected as the No. 

overall pick in the 1995 NBA Draft in 

Toronto. [9] 
March 1 1, 1996 - Maryland named to the 

NCAA Tournament for the third consecutive 



9 9 6-97 



Mar<h 9, 1997 - Maryland named to the NCAA 
Tournament for the fourth consecutive season. 



9 9 7-98 



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 Sv/eet Sixteen for the third time 
n five years. [11] 




19 9 8-99 



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

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

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

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



19 9 9-08 



Dec. 11, 1999 - Defeated No. 22 Kentucky, 72- 
66, to earn his 200th victory while coaching at 
Maryland. 

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

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

March 12, 2000 - Advanced to its first ACC 
Tournament final since 1 984, and later named 
a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Midwest Region. 









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

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

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 regionai's Most 
Outstanding Player [2] 

March 31, 2001 - Maryland is joined bv 
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. 17, 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 Ail-American 
and the ACC's Player of the Year 

March 17, 2002 - Terps dismantle Wisconsin at 
MCI Center, 87-57, to advance to their sixth 
Sweet Sixteen in nine seasons. In the same 
game, Juan Dixon became the school's all- 
time scoring leader 

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

March 24, 2002 - Outlasted Connecticut, 9O-3 
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 10,000 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] 
May 21, 2002 - Terps were welcomed at the 
Vv4iite House by President George W. Bush. [8] 



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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 
1 981 that two Maryland players were 
selected in the first round of the NBA 
draft. 

June 29, 2002 - Accepted the Victor 
Award in Las Vegas, recognizing college 
basketball's coach of the year as 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). [ 1 01 

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

March 2, 2003 - Drew Nicholas' game- 
winning 3-pointer with 1 .5 seconds left 
at NC State gives Williams his 500th 
career coaching victory. 

March 21, 2003 - Playing in their 10th 
straight NCAA Tournament, the Terps are 
liftea to victory over UNC Wilmington by 
an unbelievable Nicholas buzzer-beating 
3-pointer. [11] 

March 28, 2003 - Terps play in their 
seventh NCAA Sweet Sixteen game in 
10 opportunities at the Alamodome in 
Son Antonio, Texas. [12] 



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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 
riistory, overcoming a 21 -point first-half 
deficit to surprise No. 2 seed NC State in 
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March 14, 2004 - Maryland completes the 
sweep by downing top-seeded Duke, 95-87 
(ot), to capture their first ACC Tournament since 
1 984 and the first of Williams' careen [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 
eignth-straight 20-win season. 

March 20, 2004 - For only the third time in the 
history of the NCAA Tournament, the previous 
two national champions collide as 2002 
titlewinner Maryland faces 2003 champion 
Syracuse. [ 1 4] 



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Now. 26, 2004 - Maryland dominates Memphis, 
84-61 , before a national television audience at 
the Hall of Fame Tipoff Classic in Springfield, 
Mass. (photo available of trophy presentation) 

Jan. 26, 2005 - Defeated second-ranked Duke, 
75-66, at Cameron Indoor Stadium behind a 
25-point performance from Nik Caner-Medley. 

Feb. 12, 2005 - One of eight sites in all of 
college basketball selected to host ESPN's new 
"College Gameday" basketball show, 
Maryland finishecf a day-long event with a 
stirring 99-92 overtime win over Duke, 
completing the season sweep. [15] 

March 26, 2005 - Maryland defeats TCU, 85- 
73, in the quarterfinals of the Postseason NIT, 
earning a trip to Madison Square Garden for 
the semifinals. 

March 29, 2005 - The Terrapins complete their 
1 2th straight season of postseason action in 
the NIT semifinals. 



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November 23, 2005 - Maryland tops 
Arkansas, 75-62, in the Maui Invitational 
giving the Terps a 2-1 mark in Hawaii. 

December 23, 2005 - Head coach Gory 
Williams captures his 550th career win with 
an 81 -55 victory over American LJniversity. 

January 25, 2006 - Maryland tops Georgia 
Tech, 86-74, as Gary Williams moves into 
third place ACC's career wins list (143). 

february 7, 2006 - Gary Williams passes Lefty 
Driesell as Maryland's all-time winningest 
coach with 349 wins in College Park. [16] 

March 18, 2006 - The Terrapins complete their 
1 3th consecutive season of postseason action 
with a birth in the 2006 NIT 








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87 WISCONSIN 57 
78 KENTUCKY 68 
90 CONNECTICUT 82 
97 KANSAS 88 
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MARYLAND MADNESS 

i The Midnight Madness tradition that 

\ Charles "Lefty" Driesell started in College 
Park in 1971 continues today, and arguably, 
nobody does it better than the University of 
I Maryland. 

Perennially one of the Athletics 
Department's most popular events, Maryland 
Madness always features a music and laser 
light show and performances by the Terrapin 
Spirit Squad, the Gymkana Troupe and the 
Jance team. More than 1 5,000 screaming 
A, iais have turned out annually to the event to 
?^atch a sneak preview of the Terps during 
t| their annual intrasquad scrimmage. 
nf ' Head coach Gary Williams has made his 
V spectacular Maryland Madness entrance a tra- 
dition. He rode out onto the court in a 
' ^ Harley-Davidson motorcycle in 2003, and 
1 drove Donnie Neuenberger's "Fear the Turtle" 
H NASCAR one the floor in 2004. 
' A Gary Williams look-alike contest 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 
Williams. 

Among the numerous participants who returned for the past 
several alumni games and Midnight Madness celebrations include: 
Mike Anderson, Earl Badu, Jeff Baxter, Adrian Branch, Neil Broyton, 
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, 
Cedri( Lewis, Derrick Lewis, Tom McMillen, Dutch Morley, Jim O'Brien, 
Brian Palmer, Matt Raydo, Johnny Rhodes, Tom Roy, Harvey Sanders, 
Ron Siegrist, Kurtis Shultz, Duane Simpkins, Garfield Smith, Jim Spiro, 
Terrell Stokes, Stan Swetnam, Mike Thibeault, Jap Trimble, and "The 
Wizard" Walt WilOams. 
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DASKETDALL TRAVEL 

The Maryland basketball team flies charter airplanes to nearly every game o 
schedule. Pictured is a 50-passenger aircraft which transports the Terps fron/cij^ 
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 mp' 
and up to 4 1 ,000 feet. -^^'4 

**^ Charter flights moke getting to, and coming back from, any destination easy and 
comfortable. This type of travel allows the Terps to be on campus and in class as 
soon as possible following road games, and overnight stays are minimized. The 
convenience and comfort of charter airplane travel ollows.fo L.convenient. e fficient, 
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IN THE COMMUNITY 

^^The Terrapins and head coach Gary Williams are active members of the Uni- 
versity 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 off season.„„^^ 

In September of 2004, University of IWaryland President CD. Mote1n^*>«i 
announced that Williams will co-chair the scholarship component of Maryland^ 
ongoing $200 million fund-raising campaign. Williams served as the com-^ 
mencement speaking at the graduation proceedings for the Robert H. Smith 
School of Business in 2004. 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 also has worked with Maryland grad Boomer Esiason and others to 
benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, hosting charity basketball games and 



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for the National Allionce of Autism Research. He has also chaired Salvation 
Army's FORE Kids golf tournament in 2003 and 2004, which raises proceedings 
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 McDonald House Charities as 
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Under Gary Williams, the Maryland basketball program continues to 
place a high priority on education and the personal growth of its 
student-othletes. Senior Ekene Ibekwe has been named the recipient of 
the LeFrak Scholarship Award for the third consecutive year. The schol- 
arship represents an endowment established by the Samuel J. and Ethel^ 
LeFrak Foundation, and is awarded annually to three Maryland J^ 
student-athletes who exhibit extraordinary athletic, leadership and - 
scholarship abilities. 

Many former Terps continue to work toward their degrees while con- ^ 
finuing to pursue professional basketball opportunities. Tahj Holden ^ 
ind Drew Nicholas were among the many former Maryland players in 
College Park over the summer working to earn their degrees. Keith M 
Jooth, a four-year starter and 1997 Ail-American, graduated in 2003 i 
]fter pursuing a professional basketball career that included winning | \ 
the NBA Championship in 1998, and is now one of Gary Williams' / 
lew assistant coaches. Former Terps Calvin McCall, Laron Profit / 
]nd Terrell Stokes are among the recent men's basketball players / 
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:ompletion of their college degree with the 
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NBA SUPERSTAR STEVE FRANCIS 

One of Terrapin basketball's most prominent alumni superstars in 
recent years, two-time NBA Ali-Star Steve Francis remains very close 
to Maryland's campus in the off-season. Francis, an All-Americon with 
the Terps in 1999 and the NBA Co-Rookie of the Year in 2000, main- 
gains close ties with the Terrapin program and can be found in and 
wound College Park during the summer playing pick-up, making public 
(q>pearances, 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 bancfuet 
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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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 *^ 
appearances, the 2002 nationa championship, the 2004 ACC 
title and record-breaking attendance in each of the last four < 
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P^'^f^Maryland's home attendance numbers hove ranked at least sixth in 
the nation in each of the lost four seasons. After shattering all 
previous records in Comcast Center's first season with an overall 
attendance of 281 ,057 (average of 1 7,566), Maryland eclipsed that 
mark with 1 6 full sellouts in 2003-04 when it drew a per-gome 
average of 1 7.970 to home games. 

In 2004-05, Maryland set a school record when 299,391 fans came 
to see Maryland oasketball games. Over the last four years, home 
attendance has skyrocketed to 1 ,1 59,609, with an average of 
1 7,1 68 each time the Terps play in Comcast Center 

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 
1999 while ranking 15th nationally. In 2002, Cole Field House's 
final season, Maryland continued to draw capacity numbers, averag- 
ing 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 seven seasons, the Terps have set school records and 
ranked in the top 1 nationally in overall attendance, home and 
away. Maryland eclipsed its own overall record in five straight 
seasons and has played before at least 400,000 fans in eight con- 
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included 16 regular-season home games played before crowds that 
reached a capacity 1 7,950. Maryland played to 1 00 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 

^BBHf '*^°''yl°"d has combined to fill its home arena to more than 96 
iHB percent capacity since the 1 993-94 season. 

More than 2.8 million people have watched men's basketball in 
College Park over the last 1 3 seasons, as the Terps have forged one 
of the most consistent and animated home crowds in the nation. The 
terps own a 1 69-28 (.858) home record in the last 1 3 seasons, with 
perfect marks in 2002 (15-0) and 1 995 (16-0). 

During Gary Williams' tenure as head coach, the Terps have 
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ACC AND THE RPI REPORT 

The ACC has been the top-rated conference in the 
nation five of the past 1 1 years according to the RPI 
Report, and in the top three nationally every year 
since 1 996. In addition to 2004 and 2005, the ACC 
rated first for three consecutive seasons (1 996-98), 
ranked second in 1 999, third in 2000, second in 
2002 and third in 2003 and 2006. 

ACC SETS ATTENDANCE MARK 

For the first time ever, the ACC surpassed the two 
million mark in attendance with the 1 2 league teams 
totaling 2,277,076 over 191 regular season games 
and six tournament sessions. Maryland was sixth in 
the nation with an average of 1 7,1 74 fans per 
home game. 

ASSOCIATED PRESS POLLS REFLECT 
ACC STRENGTH 

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 in the final AP poll in 
24 of the last 27 years, including a national-most six 
teams in 2003. Six of the 1 2 teams in the ACC were | 
ranked at least eight times in 2005-06. 

ACC IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT 

In terms of success, the Atlantic Coast Conference 
is unrivaled in the history of the NCAA Tournament. 
The league teams have made the ACC the 
winningest conference all-time in NCAA Tournament 
play, with a cumulative record of 357-1 96 (.646). 



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ACC team to win a national championship in the 
last six years and the 1 1th overall. The ACC has 
had at least one Final Four team in 1 6 of the last 
1 9 years and in 21 of the last 26. 

■ Over the last 1 8 years, ACC teams have made 
more Final Four appearances than any other 
conference. Since 1 988, the ACC has made 20 
Final Four appearances, with the Big 1 in second 
at 14, 

■ Since the NCAA Tournament expanded to 64 
teams in 1 985, the ACC has the most Tournament 
wins (221), the best winning percentage (.678), the 
most Sweet 1 6 appearances (61 ), the most regional 
final appearances (32) and the most Final Four 
teams (21 ). 

■ Over the past 26 years (since 1 981 ), four 
different ACC schools have won a total of eight 
NCAA titles, three more than any other conference. 

■ The ACC is 58-26 (.690) over the past six 
tournaments. The ACC has had 1 or more 
Tournament wins in four of the last seven years and 
14 times overall. 

■ 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 
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ACC Television 

■ A record-setting 278 television appearances 
involving Atlantic Coast Conference teams headline 
the league's 2006-07 basketball schedule. The 
schedule also boasts 1 82 televised games involving 
ACC teams and marks the 1 2th straight year that 
the league has had more than 200 television 
appearances. 

■ ACC teams will make a league-record 1 S7 
appearances on national television networks, 
including 50 appearances on ESPN, 35 on ESPN2, 
33 on Fox Sports Net, 18 on ESPNU, 10 on ABC, 
nine on CBS and one on CSTV. 

■ Fox Sports Net and affiliates will televise 1 8 
games, including 18 Sunday afternoon and evening 
games on a national basis starting with the N.C. 
State at Virginia game on December 3 ... 1 4 of the 
1 8 Sunday games are conference matchups. 

■ Headlining the non-conference schedule is the 
eighth annual ACC-Big 10 Challenge, pairing two 
of the nation's premier conferences in a regular 
season challenge series. Last year the ACC won the 
Challenge for the seventh straight time, winning six 
of the nine games played. Also included in the 
regular-season schedule are 29 games against 26 
non-conference opponents that earned NCAA 
Tournament berths a year ago. 

■ In 1 998-99, the ACC became the first 
conference in collegiate basketball history to have 
its entire conference-game package televised either 
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basis: the Washington Post and the 

Baltimore Sun. 

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television coverage during the 2006-07 
season, with the ESPN networks. Fox Sports 
Net, CBS, and ABC combining for 1 57 
appearances. Counting regional broadcasts, 
a record 278 ACC appearances headline this 
season's schedule. 

^ESPN, which originated its first-ever sports 
broadcast fro the University of Maryland in ^ 
1979, has been a regular visitor to College 
Park. ESPN's College Basketball GameDay 
picked Comcast Center as one of eight sites 
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major news gathering affiliate in both Baltimore and Washington, D.C. 
No university in the East boasts eight major news outlets within a 
|5-mile radius of its campus except for the University of Maryland. 
Regional cable broadcasts power Comcast SportsNet and local cable 
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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 some 111 
majors and some of the highest-ranked 
programs in the country. As of 2005, 
70 programs rank in the Top 25 
nationally and 45 programs are in the 
Top 15. For instance, in the latest U.S. 
News & World Report undergraduate 
rankings, the University of Maryland's 
business school was ranked 22nd 
nationally, while the engineering 
school was also ranked 22nd. in 
graduate school rankings, the A. 
James Clark School of Engineering, the 
School of Public Affairs, the College of , 
Behavioral & Social Sciences, the 
Robert H. Smith School of Business / 
and the College of Education all had ^ 
specialties listed among the Top 25 in 
the nation, according to (AS. News & I 
World Report. 

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

I Whether your focus is the sciences 
or the humanities, a small-town 
atmosphere or a metropolitan feel, the 
pniversity of Maryland offers a wide 4 
range of educational and cultural 
'opportunities. 

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fronts, monumental landscapes. Jazz, 
film festivals, marches and demon- 
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sports, regattas on the Chesapeake 
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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. 



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. 



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 i 
River on the Chesapeake Bay. The 
historic downtown area is known for its 
wonderful eating and shopping opportu- 
nities. There are few places in the world 
that rival the Chesapeake Bay area for 
its appealing qualities." -~ 











Arlington National 
Cemetery 
FDR Memoriol 
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 
Nationol Aquarium 
National Archives 
National Gallery 
of Art 

National Mall 
Notional Zoo 
Oriole Park ot 
Camden Yords 
Pentagon 
Smithsonian 
Institution 
Supreme Court of the 

United States 
U.S. Capitol 
Union Station 
Vietnam Veterans 
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made everyone who came in contact 
with him feil better. Marvin was one 
of those people who always gave back. 
He demonstrated that in his 

1 relationships with his family. Religion, 
Fraternity (Phi Delta Theta); Athletic 
Department, Terrapin Club, and the 
Men's Basketball program. 

Personally, Marvin was my friend. 
While Marvin was undergoing 
treatment for cancer, he would call me 
after a tough loss. Marvin did not 
want any sympathy. He only wanted 
to make sure I was doing okay. 

If Marvin would have been a 
basketball player, he would have been 
one of those special people who made 
o// of his teammates better players and 
people. 

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SEASON OUTLOOK 

WILLIAMS TO BLEND SIX SENIORS WITH FIVE NEWCOMERS 



The challenge for head coach Gary Williams and 
the 2006-07 Maryland Terrapins will be to combine the 
experience of six seniors with a talented incoming class of 
five newcomers. Williams, who enters his 18th season at 
Maryland, is excited about the unique blend the team offers 
and is looldng forward to the upcoming campaign. 

"It's an interesting team with a number of veteran players 
who have a lot of experience, but they're going to be pushed 
by some of our new guys for playing time and starting posi- 
tions," said Williams. "That usually leads to some intense 
practices which I expect will mal<e us a better team." 

Maryland returns eight lettermen who have combined 
for 469 career games and 148 starts. The Terps return 58 
percent of their scoring and 63 percent of their rebounding 
from last season. Four starters return off last year's 19-13 
squad which finished 5-1 in league games decided by four 
points or less. Williams i^nows that experience can pay 
dividends in the Atlantic Coast Conference this season. 

"Our upperclassmen l<now what it tal^es to win and beat 
good teams and how to close out tight games," remarked 
Williams. "That's where their experience pays off and where 
they can be leaders for our younger players. It's not about 
just having the talent, but being willing to put in the worl< 
each day" 

In addition to their on-court abilities, Williams will rely on 
his seniors to mentor a talented incoming class that is malting 
the transition to collegiate basketball in the ACC. "College is 
a different game than what they're used to in high school, and 




that's where the leadership from the upperclassmen and the 
coaching staff can help expedite their learning curve," said 
Williams. "Until you get them in practice and game situations, 
you really don't know what you have." 

If the Terps are to extend their current streak of 1 3 con- 
secutive post-season appearances, Williams knows they'll 
have to address a few key areas which hurt them a year 
ago. "We have always been able to score since I've been 
here, but last year we took a step back defensively" noted 
Williams. "We need to regain that defensive intensity and 
take care of the ball at the offensive end of the floor. Those 
two areas will be key to our success this season." 

Despite the setback in scoring defense and field goal 
percentage allowed, the Terps continued their dominance 
defending in front of the rim. Maryland averaging 6.0 blocked 
shots per game, which led the league and was 13th best in 
the country. It was the eighth consecutive season in which 
Maryland finished either first or second in the ACC in blocked 
shots. 

With depth and talent at every position, combined with a 
renewed effort on defense, the Terrapins are looking to make 
a move up the conference ladder. After narrowly missing the 
NCAA Tournament the past two seasons, the hard-charging 
Williams expects the Terps to be a force this season. "All of 
our guys put in a lot of work over the summer to get better 
individually and collectively as a team, and I expect it to pay 
off for us this season." 



"IT'S AN INTERESTING TEAM WITH A NUMBER OF VETERAN PLAYERS 
WHO HAVE A LOT OF EXPERIENCE, BUT THEY'RE GOING TO BE PUSHED 
BY SOME OF OUR NEW GUYS FOR PLAYING TIME AND STARTING POSI- 
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FRONTCOURT 

Maryland boasts one of the most athletic and experienced 
frontcourts in the league. Veteran starters figure to see the 
bulk of the minutes up front, but a few newcomers will be 
expected to provide depth and contribute off the bench. 

Senior Ekene Ibekwe returns for his senior season after 
leading the team in rebounding as a junior. He was third on 
the team in scoring with 11.1 points per game and finished 
seventh in the ACC in blocked shots per game (1 .34). Ibe- 
kwe enters his senior year seventh on the school's all-time 
blocked shots list (142). After opting out of the NBAdraftthis 
summer, he participated in the 2006 FIBA Worid Champion- 
ships as a member of the Nigerian national team. 

"Ikene had a great summer playing against international 
competition, including a solid performance against Dirk 
Nowitzki and other top-flight opponents." said Williams. 
"He's one of the most talented and experienced players in 
all of college basketball, and I expect big things from him 
this season." 

Ibekwe teamed with James Gist to form one of the most 
formidable defensive front lines in all of college basketball 
last season. Gist was fifth in the ACC, with 1.59 blocks 
per contest. He came on late in the season, staring 15 of 
Maryland's final 17 contests and is looking build upon a 
sophomore campaign in which he averaged 8.4 points and 
4.8 rebounds per contest. 



Senior Will Bowers is another experienced frontcourt per- 
former who will figure into the Terps' success this season. A 
physical presence with a soft shooting touch around the rim, 
Bowers has shown improvement in each of the past three 
seasons and his coach expects that trend to continue. 

"Will is one of the biggest players in the ACC," noted 
Williams. "He contributed in a backup role for us last year 
and I look for him to push for increased playing time. He is 
a guy who can really help us up front and make us a better 
team." 

Gini Chukura and Dave Neal provide experienced 
depth up front. Chukura, a senior, enters his third year in 
the program after joining the club as a walk-on in 2004-05. 
He played in 1 1 games as a junior and displays a great feel 
for the game. Chukura has made his presence felt on the 
glass and provides the Terps with a solid post defender. 

Neal was the only freshman on the team last year and saw 
action in 1 3 contests. A versatile performer at the offensive 
end of the floor, Neal will vie for increased playing time this 
season. 

Three newcomers are also in the mix up front for Mary- 
land. Junior Bambale Osby along with freshmen Jerome 
Burney, and Landon Milbourne will give Williams plenty 
of options along the front line. After spending his freshman 
season at New Mexico, Osby played for Paris junior college 
in Texas in 2005-06. He is expected to give the team another 
physical option in the paint. 

Milbourne is a slasher with the ability to get to the basket. 
Burney makes his mark on the defensive end. He has the 
ability to use his size to match up against taller opponents, 
but can utilize his quickness to cover quicker players as well. 
All three newcomers should figure into the rotation up front 
this season. 





BACKCOURT 

Three seniors will anchor an experienced backcourt, 
while two highly-touted freshmen will push for playing time 
at guard. The versatility of the unit provides Williams with the 
ability to utilize a number of combinations in the backcourt. 

Despite playing out of position at point guard last year, 
senior D.J. Strawberry averaged 1 0.3 points per game and 
led the squad with 1 28 assists. He eamed Honorable Mention 
AII-ACC Defensive Team plaudits last season, ranking sixth 
in the conference with 1 .6 steals per contest. Strawberry was 
just the eighth Terp in the last 20 years to lead the team in 
both steals and assists. His 4.0 steals per game ranked 
seventh in the ACC and he ranks 14th all-time at Maryland 
with 133 career thefts. 

"D.J. gave us everything that he had last year," said Wil- 
liams. "We asked him to play the point guard position and it 
may have taken away from his natural slashing ability, but 
in the end it has made him a better all-around player." 

Senior Mike Jones came on late last year, starting the 
last 15 games for Maryland. Jones averaged 13.7 points 
and 4.4 rebounds during that span. He led the team with 61 
three-pointers, including seven against Temple. Jones enters 
his senior season ninth at UMD with 122 career triples. He 
shot a team-best 41 percent from three-point range and led 
the Terps as he connected on 90 percent of his free throw 
attempts. He scored in double figures 1 7 times and knocked 
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"Mike became a starter in January and showed everyone 
that he is a great shooter," noted Williams, "He worked on 
his conditioning over the summer which will help maintain 
that same energy at the defensive end of the floor." 

Parrish Brown made an impact in his first season with 
Maryland, quickly providing a spark off the bench for Wil- 
liams. Brown played in 29 games and proved to be a very 
valuable reserve for the Terps who saw his playing time 
steadily increase as the season progressed. He dished out 
at least five assists on three different occasions and scored 
in double figures twice from the point guard position. 

Freshmen Eric Hayes and Greivis Vasquez are ex- 
pected to help steady the point for the Terps and help cut 
down on turnovers that hurt the team last year. Both players 
enjoyed decorated prep careers and are looking to make the 
transition to the college game. Their ability to contribute this 
season will be a big factor in detemiining the Terps' long-term 
success, 

COACHING STAFF 

The theme of returning perfomiers and fi-esh faces applies 
to the coaching staff, where a familiar individual has returned 
to College Park. Chuck Driesell, a four-year letterwinner 
(1981-85) who played under his father "Lefty", joined the 
staff this offseason. He brings 16 years of collegiate coach- 
ing experience to the Terrapin staff, "Chuck saw the game 
as a player from a coach's perspective and has established 
himself as a proven recruiter," said Williams. 



Michael Adams returns for his second season on staff 
with Williams, as does former Terrapin standout Keith Booth 
"Michael and Keith are seasoned college coaches who were 
both great college players," noted Williams. "They are both 
well-rounded coaches who have made an impact in recruit- 
ing, scouting, and on the floor." 

The combination on the bench has Williams excited 
about the future. "Any time you assemble a coaching staff 
you want to find individuals who bring something unique to 
the program," he said. "Whenever we have success on the 
court or with our recruiting efforts, it's because of our entire 
staff, and I'm excited about what this group can do." 

SCHEDULE 

As a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference, the 
Maryland schedule is once again one of the most difficult in 
the country. The Terps will face 13 opponents who partici- 
pated in postseason play last year. The schedule also puts 
the Terrapins in the national spotlight, as 13 games will be 
televised nationally. 

"We're coming off a 19-win season against a very 
difficult schedule, and this year's challenge is no dif- 
ferent," said Williams. "With the early start to the year 
we're going to get better as we move along, but I expect 
us to find out a lot about our team in November and 
December because of the quality of our schedule," 

Maryland's first game against Hampton on November 
7 marks the eariiest start in school history. That game in 





College Park is part of the 2006 2K Sports College Hoops 
Classic. The Terrapins host the College Park Regional, which 
also includes the University of New Orieans and Vermont, 
November 7, and 8. The winner of the two-day regional will 
advance to Madison Square Garden for the championship 
rounds on November 1 6 and 1 7, Michigan State, Texas, and 
St. John's join Maryland as regional hosts of the 16-team 
tournament. 

The Terrapins visit Illinois on November 28 as part of the 
annual ACC/Big 10 Challenge, before taking on Notre Dame 
in the BB&T Classic at Verizon Center, Maryland opens 
the ACC schedule with a December 10 matchup at Boston 
College. After visiting the Eagles, the Terrapins will enjoy a 
seven-game homestand, their longest since the 1976-77 
season. Other non-conference opponents include American, 
Fordham, High Point, lona, Missouri-Kansas City, Mount St. 
Mary's, Siena, and Winthrop, 

In the 16-game ACC schedule, the Terrapins will have 
home-and-home matchups with Clemson, Duke, Florida 
State, N,C, State, and Virginia. In league action theTen-apins 
will entertain Georgia Tech, Miami, and North Carolina at 
Comcast Center Maryland will play its only regular-season 
meetings against Boston College, Virginia Tech, and Wake 
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ALPHABETICAL 

No. Name Pos. Ht. 


Wt. 


Cl.-Exp. 


Hometown (High School/Previous School) 


31 


Will Bowers 


C 


7-1 


262 


Sr.-3V 


Hanover, Md. (Archbishop Spaldinq) 


24 


Parrjsh Brown 


G 


6-1 


175 


Sr.-IV 


Chicaqo, III. (Thomridqe/Kennedy King C.C.) 


32 


Jerome Bumey 


F 


6-9 


210 


Fr.-HS 


Atlanta, Ga. (Westlake) 


33 


Gini Chukura 


F 


6-5 


210 


Sr.-2V 


Silver Sprinq, Md. (Good Counsel) 


15 


James Gist 


F 


6-8 


223 


Jr,-2V 


Silver Sprinq, Md. (Good Counsel) 


5 


Eric Hayes 


G 


6-3 


175 


Fr.-HS 


Dumfries, Va. (Potomac) 


25 


Ekene Ibekwe 


F 


6-9 


220 


Sr.-3V 


Carson, Calif. (Carson) 


23 


Mike Jones 


G 


6-5 


204 


Sr.-3V 


Dorchester, Mass. (Thayer Academy) 


1 


Landon Milbourne 


F 


6-7 


205 


Fr.-HS 


Roswell, Ga. (Oak Hill Academy) 


35 


Dave Neal 


F 


6-7 


255 


So.-IV 


McLean, Va. (Bishop O'Connell) 


50 


Bambale Osby 


F 


6-8 


250 


Jr.-TR 


Richmond, Va. (Benedictine/Paris JC) 


2 


D.J. Strawberry 


G 


6-5 


201 


Sr.-3V 


Corona, Calif. (Mater Dei) 


21 


Greivis Vasquez 


G 


6-5 


195 


Fr.-HS 


Caracas, Venezuela (Montrose Christian) 


NUMERICAL 

No. Name Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Cl.-Exp. 


Hometown (High School/Previous School) 


1 


Landon Milbourne 


F 


6-7 


205 


Fr.-HS 


Roswell, Ga. (Oak Hill Academy) 


2 


D.J. Strawbenv 


G 


6-5 


201 


Sr.-3V 


Corona, Calif. (Mater Dei) 


5 


Eric Hayes 


G 


6-3 


175 


Fr.-HS 


Dumfries, Va. (Potomac) 


15 


James Gist 


F 


6-8 


223 


Jr.-2V 


Silver Sprinq, Md. (Good Counsel) 


21 


Greivis Vasquez 


G 


6-5 


195 


Fr.-HS 


Caracas, Venezuela (Montrose Christian) 


23 


Mike Jones 


G 


6-5 


204 


Sr.-3V 


Dorchester, Mass. (Thayer Academy) 


24 


Parrish Brown 


G 


6-1 


175 


Sr.-IV 


Chicaqo, III. (Thomridqe/Kennedy Kinq C.C.) 


25 


Ekene Ibekwe 


F 


6-9 


220 


Sr.-3V 


Carson, Calif. (Carson) 


31 


Will Bowers 


C 


7-1 


262 


Sr.-3V 


Hanover, Md. (Archbishop Spalding) 


32 


Jerome Burney 


F 


6-9 


210 


Fr.-HS 


Atlanta, Ga. (Westlake) 


33 


Gini Chukura 


F 


6-5 


210 


Sr.-2V 


Silver Sprinq, Md. (Good Counsel) 


35 


Dave Neal 


F 


6-7 


255 


So.-IV 


McLean, Va. (Bishop O'Connell) 


50 


Bambale Osby 


F 


6-8 


250 


Jr.-TR 


Richmond, Va. (Benedictine/Paris JC) 



SQUAD 

BREAKDOWN 

TERPS BY CLASS 

Seniors (6): Bowers, Brown, Chukura, Ibekwe, 

Jones, Strawbenv 

Juniors (2): Gist, Osby 

Sophomores (1): Neal 

Freshmen (4): Bumey Hayes, Milbourne, Vasquez 

TERPS BY STATE 

California (2): Ibekwe, Strawberry 

Geo rgia (2): Burney, Milboume 

Illinois (1): Brown 

Maryland (3): Bowers, Chukura, Gist 

Massachusetts (1): Jones 

Virginia (3): Hayes, Neal, Osby 

Venezuela (1): Vasquez 

TERPS BY HEIGHT 

7-1 ( 1 ): Bo wers 

6-9 (2) : Burney, Ibekwe 

6-8 (2): Gist, Osby 

6-7 (2): Milbourne, Neal 

6-5 (4): Chukura, Jones, Strawberry, Vasquez 
6-3(1): Hayes 



6-1 (1): Brown 



Head Coach: Gary Williams, 18th Year at Maryland (Maryland '68) 

Assistant Coaches: Michael Adams, 2nd Year at Maryland (Boston College '85), Chuck Driesell, 1st Year at Maryland 

(Maryland, 'BS), Keith Booth, 3rd Year at Maryland (Maryland '03) 
Director of Basketbartll Operations: Troy Wainwright, 11th Year at Maryland (UMUC '04) 
Athletic Trainer: J.J. Bush, 35th Year at Maryland (Florida State '69) 




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PRESEASON HONORS 

With six seniors and eight returning lettermen, the Terrapins have garnered some national attention from those in the know 
about college basketball. With a veteran squad and an experienced coach knowin for brining the best out of individual talent, 
the Terrapins are picked among the nation's best teams entering the 2006-07 season. 




TERRS IN ACC 
PRESEASON RANKINGS 



Lindv's 


5th 


Sporting Nev;rs 


6th 


Street & Smith's 


6th 


Athlon Sports 


8th 



INDIVIDUAL 
PRESEASON HONORS 
JAMES GIST 

ACC Preseason Player on the Rise, Sporting Uem 
No. 24 power forward in the nation, Lindy's 

EKENE IBEKWE 

Preseason Third Team AII-ACC, Athlon Sports 

MIKE JONES 

Preseason Third Team AII-ACC, ACC Handbook 

D.J. STRAWBERRY 

ACC 'Best Defender", Sporting News 

ACC 'Top Defender", Lindy's 



AGGRESSIVE I 



WILLIAMS LET THIS SQUAD GO THREE SEASONS 
BID. WE CANNOT SEE IT HAPPENING, NOT WITH A 
RETURNING." 

ANDY KATZ, ESPW.COM 

IN YEARS, COACH GARY WILLIAMS WILL HAVE A TAL- 
HE WILL ALSO HAVE MORE ABLE BODIES TO PLAY 
FULL-COURT DEFENSE THAT WILLIAMS IDEALLY WOULD 
LIKE TO EMPLOY. THIS SEASON, WITH AN EXPERIENCED SQUAD, MARY- 
LAND WILL BE IN POSITION TO RETURN TO THE NCAA TOURNAMENT." 

ATHLON SPORTS 

"COACH WILLIAMS HAS LONG BEEN COMMITTED TO RACEHORSE BASKET- 
BALL, AND THIS TEAM MAY HAVE THE ATHLETICISM AND DEPTH TO THRIVE 



SPORTING NEWS 

"THE TERPS' NCAA TOURNAMENT DROUGHT IS ABOUT TO BE REMEDIED BY 



AN UNDERRATED GROUP OF VETERANS.' 



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18TH SEASON AT MARYLAND (353-1917^^649): 
29TH SEASON OVERALL (560-31 9/ .637) 




Since returning to the College Parl< campus in 1989, Gary Williams (IVIaryland '68) has led his alma 
mater's basketball program from a period of troubled times to an era of national prominence. With 1 1 NCAA 
Tournament berths in the last 13 seasons, 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 dominance in college 
basketball's most storied and competitive conference. 

Now, with 353 victories as Maryland's head coach, Williams is the school's all-time winningest head 
coach, eclipsing the mark of former Terp mentor Charles "Lefty" Driesell, who amassed 348 victories in 
17 seasons from 1969-70 to 1985-86. The Terrapins have averaged 22.8 wins per year since the 1994-95 
season. 

With 560 career victories in 28 seasons overall, Williams is the ninth-winningest active head coach in 
NCAA Division I men's basketball. 

Williams was heralded as the national and ACC Coaach of the Year during the Terps' 2002 championship 
run. He is one of just 12 active coaches in America to boast a national title and one of only three in the 
conference. He has become the fourth-winningest coach in ACC history after transforming the Maryland 
program into one of the nation's most formidable, and building a Baltimore-D.C. area following that has 
consistently resulted in packed arenas. After demolishing attendance records with sellout crowds during 
the final years of Maryland basketball at Cole Field House, Williams' Terps have finished in the top ton 
nationally in each of the last four seasons, ranking fifth in 2002-03 and 2003-04, and sixth in the country in 
each of the last two seasons. The Terrapins played before 291,961 fans last season, averaging crowds of 
17,174 and selling out 15 home contests. 

• In June of 2005, Williams received the University of Maryland's highest alumni honor as he, Connie 
Chung, Renaldo Nehemiah and others were inducted into the University of Maryland's Alumni Hall of 
Fame. Williams was inducted into the University of Maryland's Sports Hall of Fame in 1999. 

• In January of 2005, Williams was named one of Washingtonian Magazine's 'Washingtonians of the Year.' 
He joined others such as Washington D.C. mayor Anthony Williams and Tim Russert of NBC's Meet The 
Press on the prestigious list. 

• In September of 2004, 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 Hall of Champions. 

• Williams was one of only five coaches in NCAA Division I to have led his team to 1 1 consecutive NCAA 
Tournaments, from 1994-2004. The Terrapins' 2006 appearance in the National Invitation Tournament 
marked the 13th consecutive postseason berth for Williams' teams. 

• 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 NC State and No. 
1 Duke. By overcoming a 21 -point first half deficit against the Wolfpack, Williams engineered the greatest 
comeback in the 52-year history of the ACC Tournament. 

• He is one of seven college basketball coaches since 1 980 to guide his alma mater to the Final Four and 
was the first since 1974 to lead his alma mater to a national title. 

• A winner of nearly 70 percent of his NCAA Tournament games while at Maryland, he ranks ninth among 
active coaches in NCAA Toumament winning percentage overall (26-1 3, .667), and ninth in wins (26). 

• 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 (6). 

• 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. 

• He earned his 550th career win with an 81-55 victory over American University on December 23, 
2005. 

• With 353 wins as Maryland's head coach, Williams is only the sixth mentor in Atlantic Coast Conference 
history to pass the 300-victory milestone. 

• Williams earned his 143rd victory in the ACC with an 86-74 win over Georgia Tech on January 25, 2006, 
moving past Frank McGuire into third place on the league's all-time wins list. Williams owns 147 career 
ACC victories. 




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• With 147 career ACC victories as Maryland's coach, Williams 
surpassed Frank McGuire (North Carolina and South Carolina) last 
season as the third-winningest ACC coach in terms of conference 
victories. Only McGuire, Dean Smith (364, North Carolina) and Mike 
Krzyzewski (264, Duke) have more ACC conference wins. 

NATIONAL PROMINENCE 

For Williams, now in his 18th season, the accomplishments of the 
past 1 3 years have been particularly sweet for a coach whose roots with 
the program extend to his playing days in the late 1960s, and whose 
earliest seasons as head coach were tormented by NCAA sanctions 
he inherited. The two-time Final Four architect and ACC championship 
mentor is himself a Maryland alumnus, who found glory for a program 
whose history is filled with a myriad of some of the most prominent 
names in college basketball annals: Shue, Lucas, Elmore, McMillen, 
Albert King, Bias, Buck Williams and Walt Williams. 

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 Ten'apins emerged 
victorious, with their first tournament title since 1984 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 eariier 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 1980, its first No. 1 seed in an NCAAToumament, 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, the Victor Award and the New York Athletic Club's Winged 
Foot Award as the coach of the national champions. 

Capping his personal ascent to college basketball's highest pinnacle, 
Williams added 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 was one of only five coaches to boast a string of 1 1 consecutive 
trips to the NCAAToumament from 1 994-2004. He has produced more 
than 20 wins in nine of his last 12 seasons, and a school-record eight 
straight from 1 996-97 to 2003-04. Williams' 1 5 career 20-win seasons 
places him eighth among active coaches. 

Williams, 353-191 at Maryland, boasts a 560-319 overall record 
including four years at American (1979-82), four at Boston College 
(1983-86) and three at Ohio State (1987-89). In 28 seasons as a Divi- 
sion I head coach, Williams has coached in 14 NCAA Tournaments 
and guided nine different teams to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen. One of 26 
coaches ever to take three different schools to the NCAAToumament, 
Williams has guided teams to the NIT or NCAAToumament at each of 
his four coaching stops. 

During his mn of 1 1 straight NCAA Tournaments at Maryland, he has 
forged his way to becoming the winningest NCAAToumament coach 
in Maryland history with 22 wins and 10 losses - neariy 70 percent. 





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COACHES GUIDING 
THEIR ALMA MATERS 
TO NATIONAL 
CHAMPIONSHIPS 



Phoq Allen, Kansas 


1952 


Jim Boeheim, Syracuse 


2003 


Bud Foster, Wisconsin 


1941 


Howard Hobson, Oregon 


1939 


Ed 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 


Roy Williams, North Carolina 


2005 



COACHES GUIDING THEIR 
ALMA MATERS TO THE 

FINAL FOUR SINCE 1980 

Jim Boeheim, Syracuse 1987,1996,2003 



Lou Carnesecca, St. John's 


1985 


Guy Lewis, Houston 


1982, 1983, 1984 


Eddie Sutton, Oklahoma State 


1995, 2004 


Gary Williams, Maryland 


2001,2002 


Richard Williams, Mississippi State 


1996 


Roy Williams, North Carolina 


2005 





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YEAR-BY-YEAR HEAD COACHING RECORD 

Overall Conference 

Year School W L Pet. W L Pet. Finish NCAA Tournament Participation 



1978-79 


American 


14 


13 


.519 


7 


4 


.636 


4th 




1979-80 


American 


13 


14 


.481 


5 


6 


.455 


5th 




1980-81 


American 


24 


6 


.800 


11 





1.000 


1st 




1981-82 


American 


21 


9 


.700 


8 


3 


.727 


3rd 




1982-83 


Boston Coll. 


25 


7 


.781 


12 


4 


.750 


T-lst 


NCAA West Region Semifinals (1-1) 


1983-84 


Boston Coll. 


18 


12 


.600 


8 


8 


.500 


4th 




1984-85 


Boston Coll. 


20 


11 


.645 


7 


9 


.438 


6th 


NCAA Midwest Region Semifinals (2-1 ) 


1985-86 


Boston Coll. 


13 


15 


.464 


4 


12 


.250 


7th 




1986-87 


Ohio State 


20 


13 


.606 


9 


9 


.500 


6th 


NCAA Southeast Region Second Round (1-1) 


1987-88 


Ohio State 


20 


13 


.606 


9 


9 


.500 


6th 




1988-89 


Ohio State 


19 


15 


.559 


6 


12 


.333 


8th 




1989-90 


Maryland 


19 


14 


.576 


6 


8 


.429 


T-5th 




1990-91 


Maryland 


16 


12 


.571 


5 


9 


.357 


7th 




1991-92 


Maryland 


14 


15 


.483 


5 


11 


.313 


8th 




1992-93 


Maryland 


12 


16 


.429 


2 


14 


.125 


8th 




1993-94 


Maryland 


18 


12 


.600 


8 


8 


.500 


T-4th 


NCAA Midwest Region Semifinals (2-1) 


1994-95 


MarVland 


26 


8 


.765 


12 


4 


.750 


T-lst 


NCAA West Region Semifinals (2-1) 


1995-96 


Maryland 


17 


13 


.567 


8 


8 


.500 


T-4th 


NCAA West Region First Round (0-1) 


1996-97 


Maryland 


21 


11 


.656 


9 


7 


.563 


T-4th 


NCAA Southeast Region First Round (0-1) 


1997-98 


Maryland 


21 


11 


.656 


10 


6 


.625 


3rd 


NCAA West Region Semifinals (2-1 ) 


1998-99 


Maryland 


28 


6 


.824 


13 


3 


.813 


2nd 


NCAA South Region Semifinals (2-1) 


1999-00 


Maryland 


25 


10 


.714 


11 


5 


.688 


2nd 


NCAA Midwest Region Second Round (1-1) 


2000-01 


Maryland 


25 


11 


.694 


10 


6 


.625 


3rd 


NCAA Final Four, West Region Champions (4-1) 


2001-02 


Maryland 


32 


4 


.889 


15 


1 


.938 


1st 


NCAA Final Four, NATIONAL CHAMPIONS (6-0) 


2002-03 


Maryland 


21 


10 


.677 


11 


5 


.688 


T-2nd 


NCAA South Region Semifinals (2-1) 


2003-04 


Maryland 


20 


12 


,625 


7 


9 


,438 


6th 


NCAA Denver Regional Second Round (1-1) 


2004-05 


Maryland 


19 


13 


.594 


7 


9 


,438 


T-6th 




2005-06 


Maryland 


19 


13 


.594 


8 


8 


.500 


6th 




4 Years 


American 


72 


42 


.632 


31 


13 


.705 






4 Years 


Boston Coll. 


76 


45 


.628 


31 


33 


.484 




NCAA -3-2 


3 Years 


Ohio State 


59 


41 


,590 


24 


30 


.444 




NCAA- 1-1 


17 Years 


Maryland 


353 


191 


.649 


147 


122 


,546 




NCAA -22-10 (.688) 


28 Years 


Overall 


560 


319 


.637 


233 


198 


.541 




NCAA -26-13 (.667) 



COACHING HONORS 

• Naismilh Nalional Coach of Ihe Yeaf Finalist, 1995, 1997, 2002 



• National Co ach of the Year 2002 (Basketball Am enca, CBSSportsline.com) 
•Atlant ic Coast Conference Coach of the Year. 2002 

• Victof 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) 

■ Distficl Coach of the Year, 2002 (Basketball Times) 

• Seaboard Region Coach of the Year, 1997, 2002 (Basketball Times & Eastern 

Basketball^ 

ifJational Coach of the Year 2001 (PlaybO¥)_ 



• Atlan tic Coast Conference Coach of the Ye ar, 2000 (College Hoops Illustrated) 

• Atlantic Co ast Conference Coach of the Yea r, 1998 (ACC Athlete Magazine) 

■ U.S. Olym pic Team Selection Committee, 1986 

■ Eastem Coach of the Year, 1983^ 

■ Natio nal Coach of the Year, seco nd runner-up, 1983 

■District Coach of the Year, 1981 

INTERNATIONAL 
EXPERIENCE 

• Five-game, 12-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 1994 



■ Six-game, nine-day lour o f Germany with ACC All- Star Team in July of 1990 

■ Eight-game, 1 2-day tour of Yugoslavia with Big East All-Star Team in July of 

1984 



PLAYING EXPERIENCE 

■ 1965 -67, University of Marylan d, basketball letlerwinner 

■ 1964, University of Maryland, freshman basketball team 

■ 1961-64. Collingswood High School, lettered four years in basketball and 

baseball 

PLAYING HONORS 

■ Maryland team captain, 1967 

■ Maryland field goal percentage record (1.000, 8-8) vs. South Carolina, 

12-10-66 

• Member 1 965 Sugar Bowl Tournament tie team and 1966 Charlotte InvBa- 
lional Tournament championship team 

PERSONAL 

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

High School. 1964 

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

Family: Daughter: Kristin Scott (33), Son-in-law: Geoff Scott, Grandchildren: 
David Geoffrey Scott (bom Nov 15, 1999), Lauren Kelly Scott and John 
William Scott (bom June 19, 2003) 



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He boasts a 26-13 NCAA Tournament record overall, and has carried 
Maryland to the Sweet Sixteen in five of the past nine years. 

TERP ALUMNUS 

Williams is one of just two 500-win coaches who now engineer the 
programs at their respective alma maters, along with Jim Boeheim at 
Syracuse. With Roy Williams of North Carolina, those three also are 
the only active coaches to direct their alma maters to at least one Final 
Four appearance, with Gary Williams and Boeheim making multiple 
showings with their alma maters. 

In 2001 , Williams became just the sixth coach since 1980 to direct 
his alma mater to the Final Four. A year later, he became the first 
coach since 1974 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 1982, 1983 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 1966 
national championship game conducted at Maryland's legendary Cole 
Field House, between Texas Western and Kentucky. 

The former Terrapin student-athlete is also noted as one of just eight 
former ACC basketball players ever to return to the league as a head 
coach. On March 2, 2003, Williams became the sixth ACC alumnus 
to win at least 500 games as Drew Nicholas nailed a buzzer-beating 
3-pointer to down NC State, 68-65. With 353 wins as Maryland's 
head coach, Williams is only the sixth ACC coach to reach the 300 
milestone. 

WILLIAMS ERA 

Inducted into the University of Maryland Sports Hall of Fame in 1 999 
and the University's Alumni Hall of Fame in 2005, Williams has placed 
his alma mater's program back among the elite in the always-competi- 
tive 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 fixture among weekly polls. 

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 did not lose a 
non-league home game under Williams for well over a decade since 
just his fourth home game as head coach: Dec. 12, 1989 vs. Coppin 
State. The Terps went undefeated against non-conference foes dur- 
ing the final 12 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 
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Check out Gary Williams' player profile as a 

senior team captain from the 1966-67 Maryland 

men's basketball media guide. 



WILLIAMS' PLAYING STATISTICS AT MARYLAND 

Year GP FG-FGA FG7. FT-FTA FT'/. Rebounds Points 




NCAA DIVISION I COACHING WINS, 
ACTIVE COACHES 



1. Bob Kniqht, Texas Tech 


869 


2. Lute Olson, Arizona 


760 


3. Milte Krzyzewsl<i, Duke 


753 


4. Jim Calhoun. Connecticut 


733 


5. Jim Boetieim, Syracuse 


726 


6. Tom Davis, Drake 


581 


7 Bob Hugqins, Kansas State 


567 


8 Tom Renders, Houston 


566 


9. Gary Williams, Maryland 


560 


10 Homer Drew, Valparaiso 


555 


11 Larry Hunter, Westem Carolina 


523 


12 Ben Braun, California 


523 


13, Pal Douglass, UC Irvine 


523 


14 Bo Ryan, Wisconsin 


495 


15, Roy Williams, Noitti Carolina 


493 


Rick Byrd, Belmont 


493 


MOST 20-WiN SEASONS, 
ACTIVE COACHES 

1, Bob Kniqtit, Texas Tecti 


28 


Jim Boetieim, Syracuse 


28 


Lute Olson, Arizona 


28 


4. Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 


22 


5. Jim Calhoun. Connecticut 


21 


6. Bob Huqqins, Kansas State 


18 


7. Tom Davis, Drake 


16 


Rov Williams. North Carolina 


16 


9. Gary Williams, Maryland 


15 


10. Rick Pitino, Louisville 


14 


CAREER NCAA TOURNAMENT WINS, 
ACTIVE COACHES 

1. Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 68 


2. Lute Olson, Arizona 


46 


3, Bob Kniqht, Texas Tech 


45 


4. Roy Williams, North Carolina 


42 


5. Jim Boeheim, Syracuse 


40 


6. Jim Calhoun, Connecticut 


41 


7. Rick Pitino, Louisville 


31 


8. Tubby Smith, Kentucky 


28 


9, Gary Williams, Maryland 


26 


10. Tom Izzo, Michiqan Slate 


23 


CAREER WINS - ALL GAMES 
WHILE AT ACC SCHOOL 

1, Dean Smith, North Carolina 


879 


2. Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 


680 


3. Bobby Cremins, Georqia Tech 


354 


4, Gary Williams, Maryland 


353 


5, Lefty Onesell, Maryland 


348 


6. Terry Holland, Virginia 


326 


7. Norm Sloan, NC State 


266 


8. Frank McGuire, UNC & USC 


264 


9. Dave Odom, Wake Forest 


240 


10, Cart Tacy, Wake Forest 


222 


CAREER WINS - ACC GAMES 

1 . Dean Smith, North Carolina 


364 


2. Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 


264 


3. Gary Williams, Maryland 


147 


4. Frank McGuire, UNC & USC 


142 


5. Bobby Cremins, Georqia Tech 


134 


6, Lefty Dnesell, Maryland 


122 


7. Terry Holland, Virqinia 


111 


8, Vic Bubas, Duke 


108 


9. Nomi Sloan, NC State 


103 


10, Dave Odom, Wake Forest 


101 



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1964-65 


26 


33-87 


.379 


25-50 


.500 


80-3.1 


91-3.5 


1965« 


23 


23-61 


.377 


2042 


.476 


74-3.2 


65-2.9 


1966-67 


25 


71-134 


.530 


31-49 


.633 


82-3.3 


1734,9 


Career 


74 


127-282 


.450 


76-141 


,539 


236-3,2 


330-4.5 







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Since Williams' arrival as head coach in the summer of 1989, the 
Terps have soared to a level of national prominence unmatched during 
the first century of the program - and unmatched by the vast majority of 
programs nationwide. Included among the many superior accomplish- 
ments during the Williams Era are: a school-record 11 straight NCAA 
Tournament appearances (1994-04) w/hich include consecutive trips 
to the Final Four, a national crown and seven Sweet Sixteen appear- 
ances; the 2004 ACC title; 10 consecutive upper-division finishes in 
the ACC including runner-up distinction in 1999, 2000 and 2003; an 
outright regular season ACC title in 2002 and a shared one in 1995; a 
school-record 28 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 (1999-2002). 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 13 postseason tournament appearances. After guiding his first 
two Maryland teams to winning records and overcoming an NCAA 
probationary period resulting from the previous regime, he guided the 
Terps to an NCAA Tournament appearance in just his fifth season, 
1994, and earned a share of the ACC regular-season title in just his 
sixth, 1995. 

Williams' past 13 seasons have brought Maryland from striving for 
contention in the Atlantic Coast Conference 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 Sixteen. Along the way the squad earned 
its fourth final Top 1 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 capturing second place, and posted a 
school-record sixth straight season of double-digit ACC victories. The 
Ten-apins helped Williams to his 500th career coaching victory on March 
2, 2003. 

The 2002 championship itself was a product of maturity and stead- 
fast 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 semifinalists of 2001 , 
while senior captains Lonny Baxter, Juan Dixon and Byron Mouton 
keyed a consistent effort from the beginning of practice in October, 
through 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 stiffest challenges. After winning the ACC regular season 
crown with a 1 5-1 record, the Terps' ascent to the national championship 
game included successive victories over perennial powers Wisconsin, 
Kentucky Connecticut and Kansas - and a 64-52 defeat of Indiana 
in the title game. Maryland won the first national title in school history, 
and earned its very first No. 1 ranking, after becoming the first team 
in NCAA history to reach the championship game by defeating the 
highest possible seed in every round. 

A year eariier, the Terrapins began the season with a lofty No. 5 
ranking by the Associated Press and finished with the No. 4 spot by 
USA Today/ESPN. The Terps butted heads weekly during an ACC 
schedule that included five nationally ranked teams, but found their 
stride late in the year to win 10 of their last 12 games. Of those 10, 
seven nationally ranked foes fell in the Terps' path to the Final Four, 
with their only losses coming to eventual NCAA and ACC champion 
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and an 87-73 win over No. 2-ranked and top-seeded Stanford earned 
Maryland its first NCAA regional title. 

The 2000 season may have been one of Williams' 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 1984. All with a freshman point guard 
(Steve Blake), three first-year starters (Baxter, Blake, Dixon) and only 
one senior following the loss of three players to the NBA draft. Two 
years later, those three first-year starters would become seasoned 
veterans and national champions. 

Four years after tying for his first ACC regular season championship 
in 1995, Williams led Maryland to a then school-record 28 victories and 
a school-record 13 ACC victories during the 1999 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 1 games of the season, and its No. 
2 seed in the NCAA Tournament matched the highest tournament seed 
in school history. 

Williams has been voted as a national coach of the year finalist 
five times, including his selection in 2002 as the national coach of 
the year by Basketball America and CBSSportsline.com, and in 2001 
by Playboy Besides the ACC coaching honor, other accolades after 
the 2002 championship season included the Winged Foot Award as 
presented by the N.Y. Athletic Club; the Victor Award as presented 
by the National Academy of Sports Editors; the Harry Litwack Award 
as Eastern Coach of the Year, presented annually by the Herb Good 
Club of Philadelphia; and Seaboard Region Coach of the Year honors 
as named by Basketball Times and Eastern Basketball. In 1998, ACC 
Athlete Magazine voted him as the ACC Coach of the Year. He received 
the same honor from College Hoops Illustrated in 2000. Following 
Maryland's 1997 season, when the Terps advanced to the NCAA 
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 district 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 24 winning records in 28 sea- 
sons, but by 28 NBA draft choices and the numerous former assistant 
coaches who now guide their own programs. Williams has mentored 
seven first-round selections and six NBA lottery picks: Walt Williams 
(#7 pick, 1992), Joe Smith (#1, 1995), Steve Francis (#2, 1999) and 
Chris Wilcox (#8, 2002); and Ohio State standouts Jim Jackson (#5, 
1992) and Dennis Hopson (#3, 1987). Two-time European player of 
the year Sarunas Jasikevicius played for four years under Williams 
and starred in Europe before signing with the Indiana Pacers in the 
summer of 2005. 

Williams was hired on June 13, 1989. He inherited a team that 
had won only nine games the year before and finished in last place in 
the ACC. Displaying his coaching abilities immediately he helped the 
Terps to 19 wins while advancing to the second round of the National 
Invitation Tournament - and making him the first coach in school his- 
tory to lead a team into the postseason in his first year. In addition, 
Maryland's 10-game improvement in the win column during Williams' 
first season was the largest in school history and second largest in 
the 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 (1 965), can boast a higher first-year improvement in 
the win column. 

A 1 968 graduate of Maryland, Williams lettered as the Terps' starting 
point guard from 1965-67 under head coach Bud Millikan, serving as 
team captain during his senior season. It was as a player in the ACC 




TURNAROUND 
UNDER WILUAMS 

Last 10 Yeais Overall 



ACC 



1996-97 




21-11 (.656) 


9-7 (.563) 


1997-98 




21-11 (.656) 


10-6(625) 


1998-99 




28-6 (.824) 


13-3 (.813) 


1999-00 




25-10 (.714) 


11-5(688) 


2000-01 




25-11 (.694) 


10-6 (.625) 


2001-02 




32-4 (.889) 


15-1 (.938) 


2002-03 




21-10 (.677) 


11-5 (.688) 


2003-04 




20-12 (.625) 


7-9 (.438) 


2004-05 




19-13 (.594) 


7-9 (.438) 


2005-06 




19-13 (.594) 


8-8 (.500) 


Totals 


257-109 (.702) 


113-63 (.642) 


First 5 Years 




Overall 


ACC 


1989-90 




19-14 (.576) 


6-8(429) 


1990-91 




16-12 (.571) 


5-9 (.357) 


1991-92 




14-15 (.483) 


5-11 (313) 


1992-93 




12-16 (.429) 


2-14(125) 


1993-94 




18-12 (.600) 


8-8 (.500) 


Totals 




79-69 (.534) 


26-50 (.342) 


MOST VICTORIES 
UNDER WILLIAMS 

Season W L Pet. 


Sehool 


2001-02 


32 


4 ,889 


Maryland 


1998-99 


28 


6 


824 


Maryland 


1994-95 


26 


8 


765 


Maryland 


1982-83 


25 


7 


781 


Boston College 


1999-00 


25 


10 


714 


Maryland 


2000-01 


25 


11 


694 


Maryland 


1980-81 


24 


6 


800 


Annerican 


WINNING PCT. 
UNDER WILLIAMS 

Season W L Pet. 


Sehool 


2001-02 


32 


4 .889 


Maryland 


1998-99 


28 


6 


824 


Maryland 


1980-81 


24 


6 


800 


American 


1982-83 


25 


7 


781 


Boston College 


1994-95 


26 


8 


765 


Maryland 


1999-00 


25 


10 


714 


Maryland 


1981-82 


21 


9 


700 


American 


WILLIAMS IN THE POSTSEA- 
SON 

Event GP W L Pet 


NCAA 




37 25 


12 .676 


NIT 




19 11 


8 .579 


ACC 




25 11 


14 .440 


BIG EAST 




6 2 


4 .333 


East Coast 




7 3 


4 .429 


Totals 




93 52 


41 .559 



WILLIAMS' MILESTONE 

VICTORIES 

Victory t Opponent, Score Sehool 



No. 1 


Catholic. 83-68 




American 


No. 50 


Drexel, 62-60 




American 


No. 100 


New Hampshire, 


97-64 


Boston College 


No 150 


Bowling Green, 89-52 


Ohio stale 


No. 200 


Northwestern, 100-89 


Ohio State 


No. 250 


#10 North Carolina, 82-80 


Maryland 


No. 300 


at NC State, 84^7 


Maryland 


No. 350 


#13 Clemson, 76-61 


Maryland 


No. 400 


San Francisco, 71-61 


Maryland 


No. 450 


#16 Temple, 82-74 


Maryland 


No. 500 


NC State, 68-65 




Maryland 


No. 550 


[Delaware State. 68-54 


Maryland 


IN THE SAGARIN POWER 
RANKINGS (SINCE 1995) 

Year Schedule Ranking Team Ranking 


1995 


19 




8 


1996 


16 




28 


1997 


15 




11 


1998 


1 




11 


1999 


22 




5 


2000 


21 




24 


2001 


12 




6 


2002 


20 




3 


2003 


54 




18 


2004 


3 




19 


2005 


29 




33 


2006 


32 




55 


WILLIAMS VS. THE ACC 
(INCLUDES ALL GAMES) 

School UstSYears Last 10 Years 


Boston College 


1-1 


1-1 


Clemson 




64 


14-7 


Duke 




5^ 


10-15 


Florida State 


7-2 


18-4 


Georgia Tech 


9-3 


16-5 


Miami 




1-2 


1-2 


North Carolina 


5^ 


10-13 


NC State 




6-5 


16-7 


Virginia 




8-2 


15-5 


Virginia Tech 


2-1 


2-1 


Wake Forest 


5-3 


12-7 


Totals 


55-35 (.618) 


115-67 (.632) 






2004 AC0.CHAMPIONS 



27 SPORTS 



that Williams began developing Ills basketball philosophy. Playing 
beside three-year teammates Joe Harrington and Jay IVIcMillen, he 
studied the game under Millil(an, and it was then that he developed 
his penchant for the full-court pressure defenses for which his teams 
are now known. He learned his half court man-to-man defense from 
Millikan, who learned from the legendary Hank Iba. The fast-breaking 
offense that Williams' teams employ is similar to the style Vic Bubas' 
Duke teams used when Williams was a player. 

PATH BACK TO 
COLLEGE PARK 

Williams began his coaching career alongside Harrington as gradu- 
ate students at Maryland under freshman coach Tom Davis. The 1 969 
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 High School in Camden, N.J. After 
one year, he took over as the head coach and guided his first team to a 
perfect 27-0 record and the state title. Williams has called that season 
"the ultimate — there wasn't another game to win." Upon winning the 
NCAA West Region championship in 2001, he fondly recalled his 
championship at Camden as the "only other time I've ever got to cut 
down a net." 

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

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

In 1983, Williams succeeded Davis at Boston College. He was 
once again an instant success, posting a 25-7 record and leading the 
Eagles to the regular-season championship of the Big East in his first 
season. Making his first appearance in the NCAA Tournament, Williams 
directed the Eagles to the Sweet 16. He finished 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 1985, leading B.C. back to the Sweet 
Sixteen. 

In 1987, Williams accepted the head coaching job at Ohio State, 
becoming the 10th 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 regarded 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 Columbus for 
College Park, 




WILLIAMS WITH 
HIS FAMILY 





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




Kristen, Geoff and the family take in a game at Comcast Center. 




Kristen surrounded by 

David (top), John (left) 

and Lauren (bottom). 




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THE WILLIAMS' INFLUENCE 



NBA FIRST ROUND DRAFT PICKS 




CHRIS WILCOX 

2002 • No^ 8 overall (L) 
Los Angeles Clippers 




KEITH BOOTH * 

1997 -No. 28 overall 
Chicago Bulls 





JUAN DIXON 

2002 -No. 17 overall 
Washington Wizards 




JOE SMITH * 

1995 • No, 1 overall (L) 
Golden State Warriors 




WALT WILLIAMS 

1992 -No. 7 overall (L) 
Sacramento Kings 

L - Lottery selection; ' - recruited by Williams 



JERROD MUSTAF 

1990 -No. 17 overall 
New York Knicks 




STEVE FRANCIS ' 

1999 -No. 2 overall (L) 
Vancouver Grizzlies 




JIM JACKSON 

1992 -No. 5 overall (L) 
Dallas Mavericks 




DENNIS HOPSON 

1987 -No. 3 overall (L) 
He\N Jersey Nets 



FORMER ASSISTANTS 
IN CHARGE 

RANDY AYERS 

Assistant to Williams for three years at Ohio State. Head coach at 
Ohio Slate for eight years, and was the head coach of the Philadelphia 
76ers dunng the 2003 season, Cunently an assistant coach for the 
Orlando Magic, 

Randy Ayers 

RICK BARNES 

Assistant lo 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 Slate Formerly the head coach at Hartford 





Rick Barnes 



JIM CLEAMONS 

Assistant to Williams at Ohio State and a former head coach at Youngslown State Fornier 
head coach of the Dallas Mavencks, and a former assistant and NBA Champion with the 
Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers After wotliing as an assistant coach for the New 
Orleans Hornets for two years he returned to Phil Jackson's staff with the Lakers 



Dave Dickerson 



DAVE DICKERSON 

Assistant to Williams at lilaryiand for nine years and a fomier Terrapin 
player Currently head coach at Tulane 



FRAN DUNPHY 

Assistant to Williams at Amencan University After spending 17 years as head coach at the 
University of Pennsylvania, he took over as head coach at Temple in April. 

FRAN FRASCHILLA 

Assistant to Williams for two years at Ohio State Has been the head coach at Ivlanhattan 
College and St Johns Fomierty the head coach at New Mexico Cunenliy an ESPN 
college basketball analyst, 

BILLY HAHN 

Assistant to Williams for 12 years at Maryland Former head coach at Ohio U and 
LaSalle 

CHRIS KNOCHE 

Assistant lo Williams for two years at American, Has been the head coach at American 
Currently the Terps' radio analyst 



MIKE LONERGAN 

Assistant to Williams for one year at Maryland Fomier head coach 
at Catholic, current head coach at Vermont, 



JIMNIY PATSOS 

Assistant to Williams for 13 seasons at Mary- 
land Cunenlly the head coach at Loyola, 





Mike Lonergan 



Jimmy Patsos 



ART PERRY 

Assistant lo Williams for six years at Maryland, Fomier head coach 
at Amencan and Delaware State, 



ED TAPSCOTT 

Assistant to Williams at Amencan, who later served as the head coach at AU Former 
vice president of the New York Knicks, Currently the President and CEO of the Chariotte 
Bobcats of the NBA 



^^b- 



2002 NCAA C 

200a AaCXHAMPIONS 



WILLIAMS' CAREER RECORD VS. OPPONENTS 



Opponent Career 


Home 


tUM Home at OSU atBC 


atAU 


First Last 


Air Force 


1-0 


0-0 








1-0 


1979-80 (AU) 


Akron 


1-0 


0-0 






10 




1988-89 (OSU) 


Alabama 


0-1 


00 








0-1 


1978-79 (AU) 


Alcorn State 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1989-90 (UM) 


Amencan 


10-0 


10-0 


10-0 


10-0 






1990-91 (UM) 2005-06 (UM) 


Anzona 


0-3 


00 


0-1 




0-1 




1985^6 (BC) 2001-02 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 0-1 


('98 UM 


79-87) 










Anzona State 


0-1 


0-0 


0-1 








1994-95 (UM) 


Artiansas 


1-1 


0-0 


1-0 




0-1 




1986-87 (OSU) 2005^6 (UM) 


Army 


1-0 


00 


1-0 








1989-90 (UM) 


Aubum 


0-1 


0-0 






0-1 




1985-86 (BC) 


Augusta 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1989-90 (UM) 


AU-Puerto Rico 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 








1998-99 (UM) 


Ball State 


1-0 


0-0 






1-0 




1987-88 (OSU) 


Baltimore 


2-0 


1-0 








20 


1978-79 (AU) 1979-80 (AU) 


Bentley 


1-0 


1-0 






1-0 




1982-83 (BC) 


Boston College 


1-2 


1-0 


1-2 


1-0 






1990-91 (UM) 2005-06 (UM) 


Boston University 


1-1 


1-0 


1-1 


1-0 






1989-90 (UM) 1990-91 (UM) 


Bowling Green 


1-0 


1-0 






10 




1986-87 (OSU) 


Bradley 


0-1 


o-o 








0-1 


1981-82 (AU) 


Brown 


JO 


1-0 






3-0 




1982-83 (BC) 1984-85 (BC) 


Bucknell 


4-2 


3-1 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


' 2-2 


1978-79 (AU) 1994-95 (UM) 


California 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 








1996-97 (UM) 


Catholic 


4-0 


2-0 








40 


1978-79 (AU) 1981-82 (AU) 


Central Florida 


1-0 


0-0 








1-0 


1978-79 (AU) 


Central Michigan 


1-0 


1-0 






1-0 




1987-88 (OSU) 


Chaminade 


2-0 


0-0 


2-0 








1994-95 (UM) 2005-06 (UM) 


Chicago State 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 






1996-97 (UM) 2000-01 (UM) 


Cincinnati 


1-0 


0^ 


1-0 








1994-95 (UM) 


The Citadel 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






2002-03 (UM) 2002-03 (UM) 


Clemson 


21-15 


124 


21-15 


12-4 






1989-90 (UM) 2005-08 (UM) 


Cleveland State 


1-0 


0-0 






1-0 




1987-88 (OSU) 


Coastal Carolina 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1999-00 (UM) 


Colgate 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1994-95 (UM) 


Coll Of Charleston 


0-1 


0-0 


0-1 








1996-97 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 0-1 ('97 UM, 66-75) 


Colorado State 


1-0 


0-0 






1-0 




1987-88 (OSU) 


Columbia 


1-0 


0-0 






1-0 




1982-83 (BC) 


Connecticut 


8-5 


3-1 


2-2 




0-1 6-2 




1982-83 (BC) 2001-02 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 1-1 ('95 UH, 89-99); |02 UM, 90-82) 


Coppin State 


0-1 


0-1 


0-1 


0-1 






1989-90 (UM) 


Comell 


1-0 


1-0 


10 


1-0 






1993-94 (UM) 


Creighton 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 








1998-99 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 1-0 ('99 UM, 75«) 


Davidson 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






2004-05 (UM) 2004-05 (UM) 


Dayton 


1-3 


0-1 


0-1 




1-2 




1986-87 (OSU) 2000-01 (UM) 


Delaware 


4^ 


2-0 








4^ 


1978-79 (AU) 1981-82 (AU) 


Delaware State 


4^ 


40 


4-0 


4-0 






1989-90 (UM) 2005-06 (UM) 


DePaul 


2-0 


to 


1-0 




1-0 




1988-89 (OSU) 1998-99 (UM) 


Detroit 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






2001-02 (UM) 


Drexel 


4-3 


3-1 








4-3 


1978-79 (AU) 1981-82 (AU) 


Dute 


12-30 


5-12 


11-30 


5-12 


1-0 




1984-85(80 2005-06 (UM) 


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


84-95) 






Duguesne 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 






1998-99 (UM) 200203 (UM) 


E Tennessee Slats 


1-0 


0-0 


10 








1989-90 (UM) 


Evansville 


0-1 


0-0 


0-1 








1991-92 (UM) 


Fairfield 


1-0 


1-0 






1-0 




1982-83 (BC) 


Fairleigh Dickinson 


3-0 


3-0 


3-0 


30 






1997-98 (UM) 2005-06 (UM) 


Flonda 


3-3 


1-1 


1-1 


0-1 


2-2 




1986-87 (OSU) 2003-04 (UM) 


Flonda Infi 


2-0 


20 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 




1986-87 (OSU) 1997-98 (UM) 


Flonda State 


24^ 


11-3 


24-8 


11-3 






1991-92 (UM) 2005^6 (UM) 


George Mason 


W) 


2-0 


5^ 


20 






1989-90 (UM) 2004-05 (UM) 


NCAA Touma 


ment: 1- 

n 6-6 


('01 UM, 83-80) 










George Washingto 


0-1 


4-4 






2-2 


1978-79 (AU) 2005-06 (UM) 


Georgetown 


3-12 


1-5 


2-0 




0-1 1-7 


0-4 


1978-79 (AU) 2000-01 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 1-1 ('87 OSU, 79-82); ('01 UM, 76-66) 


Georgia 


0-1 


0-0 


0-1 








1996-97 (UM) 


Georgia State 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 








2000-01 (UM) 


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


Georgia Tech 


20-16 


12-5 


20-16 


12-5 






1989-90 (UM) 2005-06 (UM) 


Gettysburg 


2-0 


0-0 








2-0 


1979-80 (AU) 1980-81 (AU) 


Gonzaga 


1-2 


0-0 


1-2 








1994-95 (UM) 2005-06 (UM) 


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


Hampton 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






2002-03 (UM) 2002-03 (UM) 


Hartford 


1-0 


1-0 






1-0 




1984-85 (BC) 


Harvard 


2-0 


1-0 








2-0 


1980-81 (AU) 1981-82 (AU) 


Hawaii 


1-0 


(H) 


1-0 








1996-97 (UM) 



Opponent Career Home atUM Home at OSU atBC 


atAU First 


Last 


Hofstra 


7-1 


4-0 


34) 


24) 






4-1 1978-79 (AU) 


20034)4 (UM) 


Holy Cross 


4-0 


2-0 








44) 


1982-83 (BC) 


1985-86 (BC) 


Howard 


4-0 


4-0 


34) 


34) 


14) 




1986-87 (OSU) 


1996-97 (UM) 


Illinois 


4-6 


2-2 


3-1 


14) 


1-5 




1986-87 (OSU) 


20014)2 (UM) 


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


Indiana 


1-8 


0-3 


1-1 




0-6 


0-1 


1983-84 (BC) 


200203 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 1-0 ('02 UM, 64-52) 


lona 


1-0 


0-0 


10 








19994)0 (UM) 




NCAA Tournament: 1-0 


00 UM 


74-59) 












Iowa 


4-3 


2-1 


14) 




3-3 




1986-87 (OSU) 


19994)0 (UM) 


Iowa State 


1-0 


OO 








14) 


1983-84 (BC) 




Jackson State 


1-0 


1-0 


14) 


14) 






20044)5 (UM) 


20044)5 (UM) 


Jacksonville 


2-1 


1-0 


1-1 


14) 


14) 




1986-87 (OSU) 


1990-91 (UM) 


James Madison 


0-1 


0-0 










0-1 1979-80 (AU) 




Kansas 


3-0 


0-0 


24) 




14) 




1986-87 (OSU) 


20014)2 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 10 ('02 UM, 97-88) 


Kent State 


1-0 


1-0 






14) 




1988-89 (OSU) 




Kentucky 


3-3 


1-0 


2-3 


14) 


141 




1986-87 (OSU) 


200102 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 2-0 ('87 OSU, 91-77); ('02 UM, 78-68) 


Lafayette 


6-1 


4-1 


24) 


24) 


14) 




3-1 1978-79 (AU) 


1996-97 (UM) 


LaSaile 


4-2 


2-1 


24) 


14) 






2-2 1978-79 (AU) 


1994-95 (UM) 


Lehigh 


4-1 


3-0 










4-1 1 978-79 (AU) 


1981-82 (AU) 


Liberty 


1-0 


1-0 


14) 


14) 






20044)5 (UM) 


20044)5 (UM) 


Long Beach State 


1-0 


0-0 






14) 




1987-88 (OSU) 




Louisville 


3-1 


1-0 


2-1 


14) 


14) 




1988-89 (OSU) 


20004)1 (UM) 


Loyola-Md, 


34) 


3-0 


34) 


34) 






1993-94 (UM) 


20024)3 (UM) 


Maine 


2-0 


1-0 








24) 


1983-84 (BC) 


1985-86 (BC) 


Maryland 


0-2 


to 








0-1 


0-1 1980-81 (AU) 


1983-84 (BC) 


Md.-Baltimore Co. 


12-0 


12-0 


114) 


114) 


14) 




1987-88 (OSU) 


20024)3 (UM) 


Md.-Eastem Shore 


5-0 


5-0 


50 


54) 






1991-92 (UM) 


20034)4 (UM) 


Manhattan 


0-1 


0-1 


0-1 


0-1 






20054)6 (UM) 




Massachusetts 


2-4 


0-0 


24 








1989-90 (UM) 


1996-97 (UM) 


NCAAToumament:1-0('94UM 


9M7) 












Memphis 


1-1 


OO 


14) 






0-1 


1984-85 (BC) 


20044)5 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 0-1 ('85 BC, 57-59) 


Mercer 


1-0 


1-0 


14) 


14) 






200405 (UM) 


2004-05 (UM) 


Miami 


1-2 


1-0 


1-2 


14) 






200405 (UM) 


20054)6 (UM) 


Miami (Ohio) 


1-0 


1-0 


14) 


14) 






2002-03 (UM) 


200203 (UM) 


Michigan 


3-5 


2-1 


1-1 




24 




1986-87 (OSU) 


20004)1 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 0-1 ('94 UM. 71-78) 


Michigan State 


4-4 


2-1 


0-1 




M 


14) 


1984-85 (BC) 


20024)3 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 0-1 ('03 UM, 58-60) 


Minnesota 


5-2 


3-1 


10 


14) 


4-2 




1986-87 (OSU) 


200506 (UM) 


Missouri 


1-1 


1-0 


1-1 


14) 






1995-96 (UM) 


1997-98 (UM) 


Missouri-St. Louis 


1-0 


1-0 






14) 




1987-88 (OSU) 




Monmouth 


1-0 


1-0 


•14) 


14) 






20014)2 (UM) 




Morgan State 


3-0 


3-0 


34) 


34) 






1992-93 (UM) 


1994-95 (UM) 


Mount St. Mary's 


4-0 


44) 


40 


44) 






1991-92 (UM) 


20044)5 (UM) 


Navy 


2-4 


2-0 










24 1978-79 (AU) 


1981-82 (AU) 


Nebraska 


3-0 


1-0 






34) 




1987-88 (OSU) 


1988-89 (OSU) 


New Hampshire 


5-0 


3-0 








44) 


1-0 1980-81 (AU) 


1985-86 (BC) 


New Mexico 


1-1 


0-0 






1-1 




1987-88 (OSU) 


1987-88 (OSU) 


Nichols State 


1-0 


1-0 


14) 


1-0 






200506 (UM) 




Norfolk State 


2-0 


2-0 


24) 


20 






20004)1 (UM) 


20014)2 (UM) 


North Carolina 


15-23 


9-8 


15-23 


9-8 






1989-90 (UM) 


2005-06 (UM) 


NC State 


27-11 


14-2 


27-11 


14-2 






1989-90 (UM) 


2005-06 (UM) 


North Texas 


1-0 


1-0 


14) 


14) 






1998-99 (UM) 




Northeastern 


3-0 


1-0 








34) 


1982-83 (BC) 


1984-85(60 


Northwestem 


5-1 


3-0 






5-1 




1986-87 (OSU) 


1988-89 (OSU) 


Notre Dame 


1-2 


0-1 


1-1 






0-1 


1983-84 (BC) 


20024)3 (UM) 


Ohio State 


1-0 


1-0 








14) 


198M6 (BC) 




OhioU. 


1-0 


1-0 






14) 




1986-87 (OSU) 




Oklahoma 


2-3 


1-0 


2-2 


14) 


0-1 




1988-89 (OSU) 


200102 (UM) 


Old Dominion 


2-0 


04) 






14) 




14) 1980-81 (AU) 


1987-88 (OSU) 


Oral Roberts 


1-0 


1-0 


14) 


14) 






20044)5 (UM) 




Penn State 


0-1 


0-0 


0-1 








1989-90 (UM) 




Pennsylvania 


2-0 


04) 


24) 








1996-97 (UM) 


20004)1 (UM) 


Peppertiine 


10 


14) 


14) 


14) 






. 2003414 (UM) 




Pittsburgh 


7-3 


3-2 


20 






5-3 


1982-83 (BC) 


1998-99 (UM) 


Princeton 


3-0 


0-0 


24) 






14) 


1982-83 (BC) 


20014)2 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 1-0 


('83 BC 


,5142) 












Providence 


54 


2-2 


14) 






44 


1982-83 (BC) 


1991-92 (UM) 


Puget Sound 


1-0 


14) 








14) 


1983-84 (BC) 




Purdue 


24 


2-1 






24 




1986-87 (OSU) 


1988-89 (OSU) 


Radford 


1-0 


14) 






14) 




1988-89 (OSU) 




Randolph-Macon 


3-0 


24) 








14) 


24) 1980-81 (AU) 


1 984-85 (BC) 


Rhode Island 


4-0 


24) 






44) 


24) 


1982-83 (BC) 


1985-86 (BO 









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Opponent Career 


Home atUM Home atOSU 


atBC 


atAU 


First 


Last 


Richmond 1-0 


1-0 






1-0 


1980-81 (AU) 




Rider 9-0 


5-0 3-0 


3-0 




6-0 


1978-79 (AU) 


1995-96 (UM) 


Rutgers 1-2 


0-0 1-1 






0-1 


1980-81 (AU) 


1991-92 (UM) 


Sacramento State 1-0 


0-0 1-0 








1989-90 (UM) 




SI, Bonaventure 0-1 


0-0 






0-1 


1979-80 (AU) 




St. John's 6-8 


4-1 0-1 


1-1 


5-5 


0-1 


1978-79 (AU) 


1998-99 (UM) 


NCAATournament:'0-1 


('99 UM, 63-76) 












St Joseph's 24 


0-2 




1-0 


1-4 


1978-79 (AU) 


1983-84 (BC) 


Saint Louis 1-0 


0-0 1-0 








1993-94 (UM) 




NCAA Tournament: 1-0 


('94 UM, 74-67) 












St. Mary's (Md.) 3-0 


3-0 






3^ 


1978-79 (AU) 


1981-82 (AU) 


St. Michael's 1-0 


1-0 




1-0 




1982-83 (BC) 




San Francisco 1-0 


1-0 1-0 


1-0 






1999-00 (UM) 




Santa Clara 0-1 


0-0 0-1 








1995-96 (UM) 




NCAA Tournament: 0-1 


('96 UM, 79-91) 












Seton Hall 6-3 


3-1 




6-3 




1982-83(60) 


1985-86 (BO) 


Siena 2-0 


1-0 1-0 


1-0 






1986-87 (OSU) 


2001-02 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 1-0 


{'02 UM, 85-70) 












Southern California 2-0 


1-0 2-0 


1-0 






1989-90 (UM) 


1990-91 (UM) 


South Alabama 1-0 


0-0 






1-0 


1981-82 (AU) 




South Carolina 1-4 


0-0 1-3 


0-1 






1988-89 (OSU) 


2004-05 (UM) 


South Carolina State 1-0 


1-0 1-0 


1-0 






1998-99 (UM) 




South Flonda 2-0 


1-0 2-0 


1-0 






1989-90 (UM) 


1990-91 (UM) 


Stanford 2-0 


0-0 2-0 








1998-99 (UM) 


2000-01 (UM) 


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


Stetson 1-0 


0-0 






1-0 


1978-79 (AU) 




Stonehill 3-0 


3-0 




3-0 




1982-83 (BC) 


1984-85 (BC) 


Stony Brook 1-0 


1-0 1-0 


1-0 






2000-01 (UM) 




Syracuse 3-10 


2-2 0-1 




3-8 


0-1 


1978-79 (AU) 


2003-04 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 0-1 


('04 UM, 70-72) 












Temple 4-5 


1-2 2-2 






1-3 


1978-79 (AU) 


2005-06 (UM) 


Tennessee 0-1 


0-0 






0-1 


1981-82 (AU) 




Texas 1-0 


0-0 1-0 








1994-95 (UM) 




NCAA Tournament: 1-0 


('95 UM, 82-68) 












Texas A&M-CC 1-0 


1-0 1-0 


1-0 






2005-06 (UM) 




Texas Christian 2-0 


1-0 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 




1984-85 (BC) 


20044)5 (UM) 


Texas-El Paso 1-0 


0-0 1-0 








2003-04 (UM) 




NCAA Tournament: 1-0 ('04 UM, 86-83) 


Texas Tech 1-0 


0-0 




1-0 




1984-85 (BC) 




NCAA Tournament: 1-0 ('85 BC, 55-53) 


Toledo 0-1 


0-0 






0-1 


1980-81 (AU) 




Towson 10-0 


6-0 7-0 


5-0 




^0 


1979-80 (AU) 


1996-97 (UM) 



Opponent 


Career 


Home 


atUM Home 


at OSU 


atBC 


atAU 


First 


Last 


Trenton State 


1-0 


1-0 










1-0 


1978-79 (AU) 




Tulane 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








1999-00 (UM) 




UC Ireine 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








1990-91 (UM) 




UCLA 


1-2 


0-0 


1-2 










1 995-96 (UM) 


1999-00 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 0-1 ('00 UM, 70-105) 


UNCAsheville 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 








1997-98 (UM) 


2004-05 (UM) 


UNO Greensboro 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 








1991-92 (UM) 


2003-04 (UM) 


UNC Wilmington 


3-0 


1-0 


2-0 


1-0 






1-0 


1981-82 (AU) 


2002-03 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 1-0 


('03 UM 


,75-73) 














Union 


1-0 


1-0 








1-0 




1985-86(60) 




Utah 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 










1994-95 (UM) 




Utah State 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 










1997-98 (UM) 




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


Valdosta State 


1-0 


0-0 








1-0 




1985^6 (BC) 




Valparaiso 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 










1998-99 (UM) 




NCAA Tournament: 1-0 


('99 UM, 82-60) 














Vanderbilt 


1-0 


0-0 






1-0 






1988-89 (OSU) 




Villanova 


3-5 


2-2 








3-5 




1982-83 (60) 


1985-86 (BC) 


Virqinia 


22-14 


13-4 


22-13 


134 




0-1 




1982-83(60) 


2005-06(UM) 


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


Virqinia Tech 


4-1 


3-0 


4-1 


3-0 








1989-90 (UM) 


2005-06 (UM) 


VMI 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








2005-06 (UM) 




Waqner 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








2002-03 (UM) 


2002-03 (UM) 


Wake Forest 


20-18 


11-6 


18-16 


10-6 




2-0 


0-2 


1979-80 (AU) 


2005-06 (UM) 


Washinqton Colleqe 1-0 


1-0 










1-0 


1980-81 (AU) 




West Chester Stat 


4-0 


2-0 










4-0 


1978-79 (AU) 


1981-82 (AU) 


West Virginia 


1-5 


1-1 


1-3 


1-0 






0-2 


1978-79 (AU) 


2003-04 (UM) 


Western Carolina 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 








1998-99 (UM) 


2005-06 (UM) 


Western Kentucky 


0-1 


0-0 








0-1 




1982-83(60) 




Western Michigan 


3-0 


2-0 






3-0 






1986-87 (OSU) 


1988-89 (OSU) 


Whittier 


1-0 


1-0 










1-0 


1981-82 (AU) 




Williams Mary 


5^ 


3^ 


1-0 


1-0 






4-0 


1978-79 (AU) 


2001-02 (UM) 


Winthrop 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 








1999-00 (UM) 




Wisconsin 


7-4 


4-0 


2-2 


1-0 


4-2 


1-0 




1985-86(60) 


2004-05 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 1-0 


('02 UM, 87-57) 














Wyoming 


0-1 


0-0 










0-1 


1981-82 (AU) 




Xavier 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 










2002-03 (UM) 


2002-03 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 1-0 


('03 UM, 77-64) 














Totals: Career 




atUM 




at OSU 




atAU 






560-319 


353-191 




5941 




7242 






Totals: 




Home 


Home 




atBC 










316-86 


20748 




7645 









WILLIAMS IN THE COMMUNITY 



The Terrapins' head coach is an active member of the University of 
Maryland and greater Baltimore-Washington, D.C. community. Williams 
is involved in extensive 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 scholarship component of (Maryland's 
ongoing $200 million fund-raising campaign. In addition to a pledge 
of a half-million dollars of his own for academic scholarships at the 
university, Williams will represent the University at various functions 
and perform various networl<ing duties to spearhead the fund-raising 
effort. 

Williams served as the commencement speaker at the graduation 
proceedings for the Robert H. Smith School of Business. Williams, a 
1968 University graduate with a degree in business, addressed the 
Class of 2004 at the Comcast Center ceremony. 

Williams has been heavily involved in the NABC's Coaches vs. 
Cancer efforts. The program is a partnership 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, patient services, and 
prevention education. 



WILLIAMS' RECENT 
CHARITY WORK HAS 

BENEFITED: 

Coaches vs. Cancer 

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 

National Autism Research 

National Physical Education Council 

The Salvation Amiy 

The Babe Ruth Museum 



Williams has also worked with Maryland grad Boomer Esiason 
and others to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, hosting charity 
basketball games and golf events. 

For the past two years, Williams has served as the honorary chair- 
man for the Walk Far for N.A.A.R., which has raised more than one 
million dollars tor the National Alliance of Autism Research. He has 
also chaired the Salvation Amiy's FORE Kids golf tournament in 2003 
and 2004, which raises proceeds for Washington, D.C.'s youth. 




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MICHAEL ADAMS 

ASSISTANT COACH 
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SECOND SEASON AT MARYLAND 




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Michael Adams is a familiar face to tfie Washington, D.C. area, 
having played for the Washington Bullets in the late 1980s and early 
1990s, having served as a television analyst for the Bullets on Home 
Team Sports in 1996-97 and having spent the 2004 season as the 
head coach of the WNBA's Washington Mystics. 

Now in his second season on staff with the Terrapins, Adams is 
responsible for player development, advance scouting, game prepara- 
tion, and recruiting. Adams paid immediate dividends in his first year 
with the Terps, helping assemble Maryland's freshman class which 
was rated No. 18 in the nation by Rivals.com. 

His addition to head coach Gary Williams' staff in April of 2005 
garnered instant national acclaim as CBSSportsline.com tabbed him 
"...one of the best assistant coach hires of the off-season." His ties to 
University of Maryland head coach Gary Williams go back to the days 
when Adams played for Williams at Boston College from 1982-85. 
Adams brings 14 years of professional basketball experience to the 
Terrapins, as both a player and coach. 

One of the most proficient 3-point shooters in NBA history, Adams 
spent 11 seasons as a player in the league, which included stints 
with Sacramento, Washington (1986-87 and 1991-94), Denver and 
Charlotte. Adams averaged 14.7 points, 6.7 assists and 2.9 rebounds 
per contest through his 1 1 -year career. He led the NBA in 3-point field 
goals made during the 1987-88 and 1990-91 seasons, and made at 
least one 3-point field goal in 79 consecutive games across the 1988 
and 1989 seasons, placing him second all-time in the NBAs record 
books behind (fellow Boston College alum) Dana Barros' 89. 

Adams' best season statistically came in 1990-91, when he aver- 
aged 26.5 points and 1 0.5 assists. In 1 992, as a member of the Bullets, 
Adams was selected to the Eastern Conference All-Star team. That 
year he finished third in the fan voting for the starting spot. 

Adams began his coaching career in 1999, serving as assistant 
coach of the International Basketball League's Richmond Rhythm and 
helping that team to the 1 999 championship game. In 2000, he retumed 
to the NBAas an assistant coach with the Vancouver Grizzlies, moving 
with the team to Memphis until the end of the 2001-02 season. 

As the head coach of the Mystics in 2004, Adams led the WNBA 
squad to a 17-17 overall record and a berth in the playoffs for the first 
time in two seasons. 

Adams enjoyed a stellar collegiate career during his four years at 
Boston College, finishing as the school's fifth-leading scorer before be- 
ing selected in the third round of the 1 985 NBA Draft by the Sacramento 
Kings. Adams earned a bachelor's degree in communications from 
Boston College, and his jersey was retired there in 1999. 

A native of Hartford, Conn,, and a standout high school player at 
Hartford Public High School, Adams has eight siblings. In 2002, he was 
inducted into the Hartford Public High School Athletic Hall of Fame for 
basketball. In December 1999, Sports Illustrated named Adams one 
of the 50 Greatest Connecticut Sports Figures. 

Adams now resides in Mitchellville, Md. Off the court, he has been 
active in many community activities, including coaching his son's youth 
basketball teams and volunteering tor other local organizations. His 
son, Michael Christian, is another budding point guard and annual 
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2004 ACCXHAMPIONS 



CHUCK DRIESELt 

ASSISTANT COACH "^^^^ 
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FIRST SEASON AT MARYLAND 




Former Terp shooting guard and Maryland alumnus Chuck Driesell 
returned to his alma mater in June to become as an assistant coach on 
head coach Gary Williams' staff. Driesell, who is respected as a recmiter 
who has gone head-to-head with schools from the ACC, Southeastern 
Conference and the Big East, brings 16 years of collegiate coaching 
experience to the Terps' program where his father, the legendary 
Charles lefty" Driesell, coached from 1969-86. 

Driesell joins the Maryland staff after serving as head coach at 
Bishop Ireton High School the past two seasons. Prior to that, he was 
an assistant coach and recmiting coordinator at Georgetown University 
in 2003-04. Driesell spent six seasons (1997-2003) as head coach at 
Marymount University (Division III) in Ariington, Va., where he guided 
the Saints to an 88-72 mark. In 1999-2000, he led Marymount to the 
Capital Athletic Conference Tournament Championship and its first 
Division III NCAA Tournament appearance. Driesell also served as 
assistant athletic director at Marymount from 1999-2003. 

Before arriving at Marymount, Driesell spent nine seasons as 
associate head coach at James Madison under his father, where he 
helped guide the Dukes to unprecedented success. From 1989-94, 
JMU either won or tied for five consecutive Colonial Athletic Associa- 
tion regular-season championships (the only team in the country to do 
so at the time). The Dukes captured the 1994 CAA Tournament title 
and advanced to the NCAA Tournament, where James Madison lost 
to eventual national finalist Florida, 64-62. JMU compiled a 159-111 
record (85-45 CAA) and made four postseason appearances in nine 
seasons under the Driesells. 

As a four-year lettenwinner at Maryland from 1981-85, Driesell was 
part of four postseason teams under his father's leadership. The Terps 
won 85 games during his career, while making three NCAA Tourna- 
ment appearances and capturing the 1984 ACC Championship. The 
Silver Spring, Md., native was also an ACC Honor Roll selection three 
of his four years at Maryland and graduated with a B.S. in business 
marketing in 1985. Following graduation, Driesell began his coaching 
career at the United States Naval Prep School, where he amassed a 
40-29 record from 1985-88. 

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THIRD SEASON AT MARYLAND' 




In his third season on Gary Williams' coaching staff, former Terrapin All-American and NBA World Cham- 
pion Keith Booth is back to the place he called home from 1994-97. A powerful and versatile athlete from 
his playing days in the post, Booth led the Ten-apins to four NCAA Tournaments, including a pair of Sweet 
Sixteen appearances, and in 1994 began Maryland's streak of what is now 11 -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 (8th, 1 ,776 points), rebounding 
(6th, 916 points), steals (5th, 193) and is one of 15 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-1 990s. As a 6-6 guard. Booth was 
frequently called upon by Williams to guard bigger opponents, and he always rose to occasion. 

'Keith Booth was the most important recaiit during my years here in tenns 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 selection, 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 eariier 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' recmiting pipeline to talent-rich Balti- 
more. Ten-apin star Rodney Elliott followed Booth from the Charm City and enjoyed a successful career as 
a Terp, and in 1998 another Baltimore native, Juan Dixon, arrived on campus. Dixon, of course, would help 
continue Maryland's resurgence begun by Booth and teammate Joe Smith, as he eventually became the 
Terps' all-time scoring leader and keyed Maryland to the 2002 National Championship. 

Back at Maryland, Booth assists in all facets of the basketball program. He will work with the athletics 
department's Academic Support and Career Development to ensure that the team's academic responsibilities 
are met. He will contribute to the on court coaching, opponent scouting, and recruiting. He will also assume 
responsibilities as the co-director of the Gary Williams basketball camp, coordinating the management of 
the coaches, scheduling of the facilities, housing, meals and guest speakers. 

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 1997. 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. 

Booths 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 (1994-95) the Terps 
compiled a 26-8 record, including a perfect 16-0 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 1 997, taken 
as the #28 selection overall. Booth became the second 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 18 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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THE KEITH BOOTH FILE 

COACHING EXPERIENCE 

2004-present Assistant Coacti, University of Maryland 

ASSISTANT COACHING POSITIONS 

2004-05 Assistant Coacti, Maryland Ten-apins NIT Semifinals 



2005-06 Assistant Coacti, Maryland Teffapins 



NIT Tournament 



INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE 

Five game, 1 2-dav lour of Italy witti Maryland basketball team in August of 2004 

PLAYING EXPERIENCE 

1994-97, University of Maryland, basketball letterwinner 



1997-99, Ctiicago Bulls 



PLAYING HONORS 

AP third team All-America selection, 1997 



l-ACC first-team selection, 1997 



1998 NBA World Ctiampion 



PERSONAL 

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



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2004 ACCXHAMPIONS 



27 SPORTS 



TROY WAINWRIGHTz 



DIRECTOR OF BASKETBAL L OPERATIONS - 
UMUC '04 _==== 



1 1TH YEAR AT MARYLAND 




Troy Wainwright, the director of basketball operations, is in his 1 1 th 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, Ui.. 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 
captured the ACC title in 2004. Maryland has averaged over 20 wins dunng his ten 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 1998. In 2003, 1998 and 1999 the Terps advanced to the Sweet Sixteen of 
the NCAA Tournament, and in 1999, Maryland won 28 games and was ranked fifth in the nation. In 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 captured its first-ever national championship and finished 
with a No. 1 ranking. 

Among Wainwright's chief responsibilities is the administration of team travel plans. Wainwright coordi- 
nates all transportation (air and ground) as well as hotel accommodations. During his tenure, Wainwright 
has successfully coordinated travel to eight NCAA Tournaments, eight ACC Tournaments, Hawaii, Puerto 
Rico and Madison Square Garden, 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 campaign, and to Denver for a school-record 1 1th 
straight NCAA appearance in 2004. 

During the summer of 2004, Wainwright played an integral role in coordinating travel for the Terrapins 
during a 12-day, five-game tour of Italy 

Wainwright serves as the director of the annual Gary Williams golf tournament that raises money to 
endow scholarships for the basketball program. The tournament has raised more than $300,000 during the 
nine years since Wainwright's arrival. As tournament director, Wainwright helps solicit sponsorships and 
participants, and helps with event management on the day of the event. In addition, he coordinates team 
and individual player awards and a silent auction. 

Wainwright also serves as the co-director of the Gary Williams basketball camp each summer. He helps 
coordinate virtually every aspect of the camp including housing, meals and camp speakers. The 2002-05 
Gary Williams camps were the largest in its history, attracting 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 
manager with the Washington Bullets from 1 992-1 994. He then served as an advertising account execu- 
tive 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 basketball team during Williams' first season at Maryland, 
1 990, and accompanied the Terps as they advanced to the second round of the National Invitation Tourna- 
ment. He served as an assistant manager for the three years preceding Williams' arrival in College Park. 





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EXPERIENCE 

1996-pre5ent University of Matyland, Director of Basketball Operations 



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OPERATIONS POSITIONS 

1996-97 Maryland NCAA Southeast Region First Round 



1997-98 



1998-99 



2000-01 



2001-02 



2002-03 



2003-04 



2004-05 



2005-06 



Maryland 



Maryland 



1999-00 Maryland 



Maryland 



Maryland 



Maryland 



Maryland 



Maryland 



Maryland 



NCAA West Region Semifinals 



NCAA South Region Semifinals 



NCAA Midwest Region Second Round 



NCAA Final Four, West Region Champions 



NCAA Champions 



NCAA South Region Semifinals 



ACC Champions, NCAA Denver Region Second Round 



NIT Semifinals 



NIT Tournament 



INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE 

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



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PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE 

• 1 986-90, University of Maryland, Team Manager 



PERSONAL 

Edu cation: University of Maryland, University College, 2004, B.S. Social Science 

Date Of Bifth: June 7, 1967 

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



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2004 ACCXHAMPIONS 



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STRENGTH & CONDITIO NING COACH 
SHEPHERD '87 — : 



SECOND YEAR AT MARYLAND 




Pete Yurish begins his second season as the strength and conditioning coach for the men's basl<etball 
program. His appointment to the position paid immediate dividends for the Terps last season, as they broke 
22 of 24 all-time records under his guidance. Five team records have been shattered under Yunsh's brief 
tutelage. Yurish also vi/orks with the sw/imming and diving programs at Maryland. Last year he saw 26 of 
the 32 student-athletes set personal-bests in their respective events. 

Prior to joined the staff at Maryland, Yurish spent 1 2 seasons on the staff at Shepherd University in nearby 
Shepherdstown, W.Va. While at Shepherd, he was an assistant football coach, as well as coordinating all 
strength and conditioning activities for the Rams' athletic teams. Under Yurish's guidance, the strength and 
conditioning program at Shepherd became one of the best in the region, as the Rams set over 40 school 
records in the weight room during the last three years. Shepherd produced 14 NSCA Ail-Americans with 
Yurish on staff. 

Yurish served as the defensive line/weight and strength coach at Lenoir-Rhyne (1991-92), Catawba 
(1992), and as a graduate assistant at East Carolina (1989-90). 

As a varsity letterman, he earned first team All-West Virginia Conference honors in 1986 and led the 
league in defensive efficiency, helping Shepherd to the WVIAC title and the NAIA playoffs. He still ranks 
among the career leaders in total tackles (315) and solo tackles (143), as he served as a defensive captain 
for three years and helped the Rams to a four-year record of 29-1 3 from 1 983-86. Yurish was inducted into 
the Shepherd College Athletic Hall of Fame in 1 999. 

A 1987 graduate of Shepherd, Yurish earned a bachelor's degree in physical education before moving 
on to East Carolina, where he received his master's in educational administration. 

Yurish and his wife, Katrina, reside in Boonsboro, Md., with their son, Calleb. 




J.J. BUSH = 

ATHLETIC TRAINER ^^ 
FLORIDA STATE '69 1= 
35TH YEAR AT MARYLAND 




J.J. Bush is in his 1 5th season as the athletic trainer for Gary Williams and the Terapin men's basketball 
program. The past 14 years represents his second stint working with the program for the University of 
Maryland 30-Year Service Award winner, as he was also the team's trainer from 1972-1976. 

As the trainer for the basketball team. Bush coordinates the daily medical treatments for all the players 
and supervises all rehabilitative efforts in case of injury. In the last 13 years. Bush has accompanied the 
Terrapins to 11 NCAA Tournaments, including seven Sweet Sixteen appearances, two Final Fours and the 
national championship in 2002. 

Bush came to the university in 1972 as an assistant trainer and began working immediately with the 
men's basketball team. The team won the Atlantic Coast Conference regular season championship in 1975 
and averaged 23 wins per season during his first four-year stint. 

From 1979 until 1992, Bush served as the head trainer of the Ten-apin football team, which claimed 
four ACC championships and played in nine bowl games during that era. In 1992 he retunned to Cole Field 
House and the basketball team as an assistant to the athletics director. 

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

In May 2005, Bush was a member of the inaugural class inducted into the Maryland Athletic Trainers 
Association Hall of Fame. A founding member of M ATA, Bush is credited as the author of the organization's 
constitution and by-laws. 

A native of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Bush, 59, graduated from Florida State University in 1969. He and his 
wife Gina have two children, Brandon and Jordan, and reside in University Park, Md. 




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ROBERT EHSAI\I 

GRADUATE ASSISTANT — 



UC DAVIS '05 • SECOND YEAR AT: MARYLAND: 

Robert Ehsan begins his second year in the University of Maryland program as the graduate assistant 
on Gary Williams' staff. He assists with the day-to-day activities of the basketball office, including supporting 
recruiting, assisting in scheduling, supervising student managers and assisting in operations. 

Ehsan played collegiately for four seasons at the University of Califomia, Davis. He started for two seasons 
and was the team captain in his senior year Ehsan finished 23rd in the nation in free-throw percentage as 
a junior for the Aggies, who were in a transition period while moving from NCAA Division II to Division I. At 
Davis, Ehsan received the Gordon S. Baranco Award, symbolizing exceptional leadership, unselfishness, 
work ethic and commitment toward the team. 

He became interested in coaching while assisting with camp staffs at Santa Clara, UC Santa Barbara, 
UC Davis and Gary Williams Basketball Camp at Maryland. Ehsan also held other positions in finance and 
marketing during summers. Ehsan led his Bella Vista High School team in scoring during all four seasons 
and was a three-time all-league pick at the Sacramento-area school. 

He earned a bachelor's degree in economics while at UC Davis, making the athletics honor roll from 
2002 through 2005. 




AL TIFFANY 




BASKETBALL EQUIPMEN T MANAGER— 
MARYLAND '95 • SECONDiYEAR AT: MARYLAND 

Al Tiffany is in his second season at his alma mater to serve as the equipment manager for the men's 
basketball team. He is responsible for ordering and issuing game uniforms and practice gear for the Terps, 
as well as coordinating laundry services for the team at home and on the road. 

Tiffany comes to Maryland from the U.S. Naval Academy, where he served for five years in the athletics 
department on the equipment staff. A former student basketball manager for four years while at Maryland, 
Tiffany was the head basketball manager in his senior year. He earned his bachelor's degree in kinesiology 
from Maryland in 1995. 

Tiffany will also direct the equipment needs tor all teams at Comcast Center, including women's basketball, 
wrestling, volleyball and softball. 




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MARYLAND '02 • 2ND YEAR AT: MARYLAND 




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Jason Stanczyk enters his second season as video director for the men's basketball program. Stanczyk 
is responsible for producing all scouting video, film exchange, and recruiting videos. He also compiles 
archived video for media requests, and provides footage for special events. In addition to his video work, 
Stanczyk has also assisted with the Gary Williams golf outing and summer camps. 

A graduate of Maryland in 2002, Stanczyk interned with the George Michaels Sports Machine during 
his senior year on campus. Following graduation, he worked with WHAG-25 TV in Hagerstown, Md. Work- 
ing as a sports photographer, he also served as a studio camera operator during the five o'clock and six 
o'clock newscasts. 

After leaving WHAG, Stanczyk spent three years working in the video department of the Baltimore 
Orioles. He worked in the control room during games and coordinated replay operations on the scoreboard 
at Camden Yards. Stanczyk was responsible for the video coaching system with the Orioles and produced 
commercials. 

A native of Frederick, Md., he currently resides in Columbia, Md. Stanczyk earned his bachelor's degree 
in communications from Maryland in 2002. 






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CLEO LONG-THOMAS 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 

TO THE HEAD COACH 

1 9TH YEAR AT MARYLAND 

Cleo Long-Thomas is in her 17th season as the administrative as- 
sistant to head coach Gary Williams and her 19th year overall at the 
University of Maryland. She coordinates the professional schedules 
of Coach Williams and assists the coaching staff. In addition, she is 
responsible for the overall administration and the day-to-day managerial 
duties of the basl^etbail office. 

Long-Thomas coordinates Williams' schedule for departmental 
meetings, out-of-town speal<ing engagements and appearances. She 
also coordinates travel arrangements for the entire coaching staff and is 
responsible 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 honors banquet including all invitations, decorations, 
seating and banquet room setup. The original administrative coordinator 
of the Gary Williams Basl(etball Camp, Long-Thomas still assists with 
day-to-day camp activities such as application and registration, 

Long-Thomas and her husband, Jocquin, are the proud parents 
of three children; Tyrone, 38, Jabari, 32, and Raven, 23, Tyrone and 
his W\fe Yolanda have given Long-Thomas two grandchildren, TJ., 
10, and Jovan,6. 

CAROLE BUCCO 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 
TO THE ASSISTANT COACHES 
EIGHTH YEAR AT MARYLAND 

Carole Bucco is in her eighth year worl<ing with the University of 
Maryland men's basl<etball program, serving as the administrative 
assistant to the assistant coaches for recruiting. 

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

Bucco graduated from the University of Maryland in 1993. Upon 
commencement, she worked for the University of Maryland, University 
College for two years, and then for two small companies before return- 
ing to her alma mater. Bucco is a resident of Columbia, Md. 




SUPPORT 
STAFF 





Michael Czan 

Manager 



Kenny Beaver 

Manager 





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Lavon Wilkins 

Manager 



Jason Davis 

Manager 





Aaron Hoc/te/ 

Manager 



Steve Miller 

Manager 




Geoff Gilbert 

Massage Therapist 



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27 SPORTS 



WILL BOWERS 

7-1 • 262 • SENIOR, SV • 
HANOVER, MD. 
ARCHBISHOP SPALDING 





ON BOWERS: 

Provides the Terps with a physical presence along the front line .,, possesses a soft touch around the 
basket . . has appeared in 82 career games as a Terrapin, mailing 1 1 starts ... has improved his field goal 
percentage each of his first three years. 

WILLIAMS ON BOWERS: 

"Will has improved every year that he's been at Maryland. He can be a big factor for us along the front line 
and I expect him to be an important part of our success this season." 

AS A JUNIOR IN 2005-06: 

One of seven Terps to appear in all 32 games during 2005-06 . . . earned a start against North Carolina (Feb. 
2) and tallied four points and two rebounds in 16 minutes ... tied his season high with 21 minutes against 
Georgia Tech in the ACC Tournament (March 9) and posted five points, two rebounds, one block, and one 
steal ... tied his career high with three blocks against North Carolina (Feb. 26) ... scored a season-best 
eight points at Florida State (Feb. 22) ... played 20 minutes against Virginia Tech (Jan. 21) and turned in 
a solid defensive effort to go along with four points, two rebounds, and a steal ... recorded his first career 
three-pointer against Texas A&M Corpus-Christi (Jan. 4) . . . grabbed a season-high five rebounds and dished 
out three assists against VIVII (Dec. 31) ... scored four points and recorded a blocked shot against Western 
Carolina (Dec. 7) ... came off the bench and scored six points, grabbed three rebounds, and blocked one 
shot against Nichols State (Nov. 27) . . . finished with five points, four rebounds, two assists, and two blocked 
shots against Farleigh Dickinson (Nov. 11). 

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2004-05: 

Played in 31 of 32 games, making 1 starts . . . started four straight games at center for the Terps mid-season, 
totaling 79 minutes, 13 points and 14 rebounds across that stretch from Jan. 26 to Feb. 5 ... the first start 
of his Terrapin career came in Maryland's win at No. 2 Duke (Jan. 26) ... he contributed four points, seven 
boards and two blocks in 23 minutes at Cameron Indoor Stadium . . . pair of double-figure scoring games 
came back-to-back in the postseason with 1 vs. Clemson in the ACC Toumament (March 1 0) and 1 4 vs. 
Oral Roberts in the NIT first round (March 16) ... his career-best 14 point effort against ORU came on a 
5-for-9 shooting night from the field and a 4-for-5 performance at the free throw line ... he also added five 
rebounds, and a pair of rejections in 1 7 minutes vs. Oral Roberts . . . netted seven points and grabbed three 
boards at Miami (Feb. 5) in career-high tying 27 minutes ... tallied a career-high three blocked shots in the 
Terps' win at home over Virginia (Jan. 19) ... registered four points with five rebounds in 22 minutes as the 
Terps downed Temple (Jan, 15) ... contributed five points with six rebounds in 14 minutes vs. Mount St. 
Mary's (Jan. 4) ... recorded a career-high tying seven rebounds and three assists against Liberty (Dec. 28) 
... tallied five boards and swatted two shots in a crucial 14-minute effort as the Terps topped Florida State in 





BOWERS' CAREER STATISTICS 

Year G-GS Min-Avg FG-A Pet 3FG-A 



2003-04 19- 97- 5,1 4-13 .308 



Pet FT-A Pet Off-Def Reb-Avq PF-FO Ast TO BIk StI Pts-Avg 



0-0 .000 8-13 



.615 



5-17 



22-1,2 



20-0 



16-0.8 



2004-05 31-10 389-12.5 32-80 .400 



0-2 .000 22-35 



.629 



25-56 



81-2.6 



63-0 



14 27 23 



86-2.8 



2005-06 



32-1 354-11.1 27-67 ,403 



1-3 .333 11-19 .579 18-24 



42-1.3 



58-1 



14 14 



16 



66-2.' 



Career 



82-11 840-10.2 63-160 .394 



1-5 .200 41-67 .612 48-97 



145-1.8 



141-1 



32 45 42 10 168-2.0 



BOWERS' ACC STATISTICS 



Year 



2003-04 



GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-A Pet. 3P-A Pet. FT-A Pet. OR-DR Reb-Avg. PF-D Ast To BIk St Pts.-Avg. 



10-0 



32-3.2 



0-3 .000 



0-0 .000 



2-4 



.500 



2-7 



9-0.9 



7-0 



2-0.2 



2004-05 



16-6 211-13.2 16-44 .364 



0-1 .000 9-15 



.600 



10-28 



38-2,4 



37-0 



14 15 



41-2.6 



2005-06 



]M 153-9.6 13-30 .433 



0-1 .000 



2-5 



.400 



6-9 



15-0.9 



25-0 



Career 



42:7 396-9.4 29-77 .377 



0-2 .000 13-24 .542 18-44 



28-1.8 



62-1.5 



8 21 23 



71-1.7 



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BOWERS' CAREER HIGHS 

Category # Opponent/Date 


POINTS 


14 


vs. Oral Roberts-NIT (3/16/05) 


REBOUNDS 


7 


(2x) last at Duke (1/26/05) 


FG 


5 


vs. Oral Roberts-NIT (3/16/05) 


FGA 


9 


vs. Oral Roberts-NIT (3/16/05) 


3FG 


1 


vs. TAMU-CC (1/4/06) 


3 FGA 


1 


(4x) last vs. TAMU-CC (1/4/06) 


FT 


4 


(3x) last vs. Oral Roberts-NIT (3/16/05) 


FTA 


5 


(2x) last at Florida State (2/22/06) 


ASSISTS 


3 


(3x) last at Temple (1/28/06) 


BLOCKS 


3 


(2x) last at North Carolina (2/26/06) 


STEALS 


2 


vs. Clemson (2/22/05) 


MINUTES 


27 


(2x) last at Miami (2/5/05) 





overtime at home (Dec. 19) ... played 14 minutes and netted a bucket 
vs. UNC Asheville (Dec. 12) ... totaled four points on 2-for-3 field goal 
shooting against George Mason in the BB&T Semifinals (Dec. 4) ... 
started four of five games during the Terps' summer Italian Tour. 

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2003-04: 

Saw game action in 19 contests, averaging 5.1 minutes per outing 
... sav;/ five contests of 10-plus minutes ... netted six points on 2-of-2 
shooting w\h 2-of-4 successful free throws against Maryland-Eastern 
Shore (Jan. 6) ... pulled down four rebounds in only 10 minutes at 
Duke (Feb. 22) ... swatted two 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 minutes... 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 10 
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 13 of the Terps' 
first 15 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 6.0 rebounds 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 Association 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 ... finished his high school tenure with 1,100 
career points ... a participant in Baltimore's Charm City Challenge 
with Terrapin teammates Hassan Fofana, D.J. Strawberry and Ekene 
Ibekwe in April 2003 . . . also participated in the Jordan Capital Classic 
BlueA/Vhite game at MCI Center later that month with Strawberry ... 
high school coach was Mike Glick. 

PERSONAL: 

William Loring Bowers . , . born May 4, 1 985 . . . 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 ... majoring in criminology and criminal justice. 




BOWERS 2005-06 GAME-BY-GAME 






OPPONENT 


MIN 


FG-A 


3FG-A 


CT-A 


O-D-R 


PF 


A 


70 


RtK 


s 


TP 


fAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 


19 


2-3 


0^1 


1-2 


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2 




2 





5 


vs Gonzaga* 


11 


1-3 


Wl 


00 


3*3 















2 


vs Chaminade* 


7 


1-2 


M 


2-2 


0-1-1 















4 


vs Ariunsas* 


7 


0-1 


M 


2-2 


0-1-1 















2 


NICHOaS STATE 


16 


2-4 


M 


2-3 


1-2-3 









1 





6 


MINNESOTA% 


7 


0-2 


M 


04 


M«l 


















vs GeofpeWashinqtonS 


8 


M 


M 


04 


044 









1 








WESTERN CAROLINA 


14 


2-4 


M 


0-2 


14-1 









1 





4 


BOSTON COLLEGE 


2 


W) 


M 


04 


044 


















AMERICAN 


15 


0-2 


M 


04 


0-1-1 




1 




1 








DELAWARE STATE 


2 


JO 


M 


00 


044 


















VMI 


18 


0-2 


0-1 


00 


14-5 




3 













TEXAS ASM-CC 


17 


2-3 


1-1 


00 


1-0-1 









2 





5 


al Miami 


9 


M 


(W 


00 


000 


















31 Duke 


5 


0-1 


M 


00 


000 









1 








WAKE FOREST 


18 


1-3 


0-1 


04 


1-2-3 









1 





2 


VIRGINIA TICH 


20 


2-5 


0^1 


04 


0-2-2 




1 







1 


4 


alGeorqaTech 


13 


2-3 


00 


04 


1-1-2 
















4 


al Temple 


21 


1-2 


04 


04 


1-2-3 




3 


1 








2 


NORTH CAROLINA 


16' 


24 


04 


04 


1-1-2 










1 





4 


al NC Slate 


12 


1-2 


04 


04 


1-2-3 
















2 


VIRGINUV 


3 


W) 


04 


04 


044 



















DUKE 


9 


1-1 


04 


04 


040 
















2 


at Clemson 


6 


W) 


04 


04 


0-1-1 



















GEORGIA TECH 


0» 


IM 


04 


04 


044 



















at Flonda State 


14 


3-5 


04 


2-5 


1-0-1 
















s 


at North Carolina 


17 


1-5 


04 


00 


1-0-1 







1 


3 





2 


MIAMI 


4 


0-1 


04 


04 


OOO 




1 


1 











at Virginia 


5 


M 


04 


04 


OOO 




1 








1 





vs Georgia TecWf 


21 


2-3 


04 


1-2 


1-1-2 







1 


1 


1 


5 


vs Boston College* 


14 


1-5 


04 


1-1 


044 




2 





1 





3 


MANHAnANP 


4 


0-1 


04 


00 


24-2 




















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Poslseason N/7 


BOWERS' 

OPPONENT 


2004-05 GAME-BY-GAME 

MIN FG-A 3FG-A n-A O-D-R PF A TO 


BLK 


s 


TP 


JACKSON STATE 


10 


M 


04 


04 


044 







2 











MERCER 


10 


M 


04 


04 


044 







2 


1 








vs. Memphis 


3 


0-1 


0-0 


04 


0*0 







1 











al Wisconsin 


2 


M 


04 


00 


0*0 



















vs Geonie Mason 


13 


2-3 


00 


0-2 


0-2-2 




1 





4 





4 


vs Geonje Washington 


dnfKd 






















UNC ASHEVILLE 


14 


1-4 


00 


00 


O-OO 






1 








2 


FLORIDA STATE 


14 


1-3 


00 


00 


14-5 






1 


2 





2 


AMERICAN 


9 


M 


00 


00 


1-1-2 






1 





1 





LIBERTTT 


18 


2-4 


00 


00 


34-7 









1 





4 


MOUNTSTMARVS 


14 


2-4 


00 


1-1 


244 















5 


31 North Carolina 


13 


0-2 


00 


2-2 


0-2-2 







1 








2 


3lW3ke Forest 


15 


1-3 


0-1 


1-1 


1-J4 
















3 


TEMPLE 


22 


1-2 


00 


2-4 


14-6 










1 





4 


VIRGINA 


21 


1-4 


00 


04 


0-2-2 










3 





2 


NC STATE 


6 


1-2 


00 


04 


044 







1 








2 


al Duke 


23- 


2-7 


04 


04 


4-3-7 







3 


2 


1 


4 


GEORGWVTECH 


16 


0-1 


04 


0-2 


0-1-1 




1 


1 











at Clemson 


13" 


1-2 


04 


00 


0-3-3 







1 








2 


at Miami 


27- 


3-7 


04 


1-4 


1-2-3 







3 


1 





7 


VIRGINA TECH 


19 


3-3 


04 


00 


044 







2 


1 





6 


DUKE 


10 


2-3 


04 


1-2 


1-1-2 




1 











5 


at NC State 


9- 


0-1 


04 


00 


0-1-1 



















at Vin]ina 


6 


0-1 


04 


00 


0*0 




1 





1 








CLEMSON 


5 


00 


04 


00 


044 







1 


2 


2 





NORTH CAROLINA 


4 


1-3 


04 


00 


14-1 










1 





2 


at Virgina Tech 


10 


0-2 


04 


44 


1-2-3 










2 





4 


vs Clemson » 


2r 


J* 


04 


44 


4-2-6 







3 


1 





10 


ORAL ROBERTS a 


17- 


5-9 


0-1 


4-5 


2-3-5 




1 


1 


2 





14 


DAVIDSON® 


9* 


0-3 


00 


04 


2-24 




2 


1 











TC® 


9- 


M 


00 


24 


0-2-2 










1 





2 


vs South Carolina @ 


1 


M 


00 


04 


044 







1 











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NIT 


BOWERS' 

OPPONENT 


2003-04 GAME-BY-GAME 

MIN FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF A TO 


BU< 


s 


TP 


AMERICAN 


10 


Ml 


04 


2-2 


1-1-2 


1 





2 





1 


2 


GEORGE MASON 




(HI 


00 


04 


044 




















HOFSTRA 




IMl 


00 


04 


044 




















WISCONSIN 


dnM 






















vs Gonzaga 




M 


00 


04 


044 




















vs West \^rgin3 


dniKd 






















al Flonda 




0-2 


00 


0-1 


0-1-1 


3 








1 








PEPPERDINE 


13 


1-2 


04 


2-2 


1-34 


1 


1 











4 


UNC-GREENSBORO 


10 


0-2 


04 


(H) 


1-2-3 


3 


1 














at Flonda State 




0-1 


00 


00 


044 


1 


1 


1 











MT ST MARY'S 




1-2 


04 


04 


0-1-1 


2 














2 


UHES 


13 


2-2 


00 


24 


0-2-2 


3 


1 











6 


NO CAROLINA 




0-0 


00 


00 


044 








1 











at Georgia Tech 




0-1 


00 


04 


0-2-2 


2 








2 








DUKE 




M 


04 


04 


0-1-1 




















at Clemson 


dnp-cd 






















at Wake Forest 




M 


00 


2-2 


1-0-1 


1 














2 


NC STATE 


dnp^aj 






















at Virgina 




M 


00 


04 


044 




















FLORIDA STATE 


dnjMaJ 






















at North Carolina 




04 


00 


04 


044 


1 

















GEORGIA TECH 


dniKd 






















at Duke 


10 


0-1 


00 


0-2 


1-34 


2 











1 





CLEMSON 




0-0 


00 


04 


0-M 




















WAKE FOREST 


0* 


(M 


04 


04 


040 




















DnM at NC Slate, VIRGINA, vs. 


Wake Forest*, vs. 


NC Slate «, vs. Duke t.vs 


UTEP! 








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2004 ACCUCHAMPIONS 



27 SPORTS 



PARRISH BROWNE 

6-1 • 175 • SENIOR, lU ' GUARD 
CHICAGO, ILL. — ^=^ 



THORNRIDGE/KENNEDY KING C;C 





ON BROWN: 

Joined the Terrapins for his junior season after spending two years at Kennedy Community College ... a 
two-way threat in the backcourt ... can make an impact at either end of the floor ... a versatile player who 
can play either point guard or shooting guard. 

WILLIAMS ON BROWN: 

"Parrish came off the bench and contributed in his first year in the program when we needed help at the 
guard position. That experience will benefit him as he enters his senior season." 

AS A JUNIOR IN 2005-06: 

Appeared in 29 games during 2005-06 . . . scored in double figures twice dunng his junior campaign . . . finished 
the season with 51 assists, with 49 coming in his final 23 games (2.1apg) ... finished the season shooting 
86-percent from the free throw line ... recorded five assists on three different occasions ... connected on 
19-of-21 free throws in his final 11 games ... led the Terps with 5 assists in 19 minutes against Manhattan 
(March 18) ... came off the bench and scored 10 points to go with five rebounds in 15 minutes against 
Boston College in the ACC Tournament (March 10) ... posted a career-high six assists in a personal-best 
21 minutes at Clemson (Feb. 14) ... sparked a decisive run for Maryland with two points and two assists in 
eight minutes against Virginia (Feb. 7) ... scored six points and grabbed two steals in six minutes against 
top-ranked Duke (Jan. 11) ... finished with eight points, three assists, and two steals in 14 minutes against 
Texas ASM Corpus-Christi (Jan. 4) ... posted a career-best 13 points on 5-of-9 shooting, including 3-of-4 
3FG, and dished out four assists in 20 minutes against VMI (Dec. 31) ... led the Terps with five assists 
against Western Carolina (Dec. 7) . . . scored his first career point and recorded an assist in season-opener 
against Fairleigh Dickinson (Nov. 18). 

AT KENNEDY KING CO.: 

Team captain and starting guard at Kennedy King for two seasons . . . JUCO All-Region IV player of the year 
finalist and JUCO All-America candidate . . . averaged 22 points per game five assists and five rebounds in 
leading Kennedy King to a 19-13 record in 2004-05 ... atop 25 junior college prospect as rated by several 
recruiting services ... junior college coach was Garland Oildy 

AT THORNRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL: 

A 2002 graduate of Thornridge on the south side of Chicago played for one year for the Falcons, leading 
them to a 19-12 record, after transfernng from Simeon ... averaged eight points with two rebounds and two 
assists at Thornridge ... high school coach was Mike Flaherty. 

PERSONAL: 

Parrish Henry Brown . . . bom June 20, 1 984 . . . son of Vemetta and Henry Brown .... has two sisters, Tiffany 
Shelton (16) and Ivory Shelton (12), and a brother, Henry Brown (19) ... interests include movies and going 
bowling . . . admires his mother because she is a hard worker as a nutrition diet aid . . . lists Allen Iverson as 
his favorite athlete because of Iverson's determination and stature ... majonng in sociology 



BROWN'S CAREER STATISTICS 

Year G-GS Min-Avg FG-A Pet 3FG-A 




I I 





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-1 




1 



2005-06 29-0 248-8.6 23-53 .434 



Pet FT-A Pet Off-Def Reb-Avg PF-FO Ast TO BIk StI Pts-Avg 



7-18 ,389 24-28 



.857 



7-25 



32-1.1 



19-0 51 



37 



1 12 77-2.7 



BROWN'S ACC STATISTICS 

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



2005-06 



14-0 102-7,3 5-10 .500 



M FT-A Pet. OR-DR Reb-Avg. PF-D Ast To BIk St Pts.-Avq. 



1-3 .333 17-20 



.850 



2-8 



10-0.7 



8-0 



25 34 



28-1.8 



fro » 



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.MEN'S BASKETBALL 









BROWNS CAREER HIGHS 

Category # Opponent/Date 


POINTS 


13 


vs. VMI (12/31) 


REBOUNDS 


5 


vs. Boston Colleqe-ACC (3/10) 


FG 


5 


vs. VMI (12/31) 


FGA 


9 


vs. VMI (12/31) 


3FG 


3 


vs.VMI(12/31) 


3 FGA 


4 


vs. VMI (12/31) 


FT 

FTA 

ASSISTS 


5 
6 
6 


atClemson(2/14) 


atClemson(2/14) 


atClemson(2/14) 


BLOCKS 


1 


vs. Nicholls State (11/27) 


STEALS 


3 


vs. American (12/23) 


MINUTES 


21 


atClemson(2/14) 





BROWN 2005-06 GAME-BY-GAME 

OPPONENT MIN FG-A 3FG-A FT-A 0-D-R PF A 


TO 


BLK 


s 


TP 


FAIRLEI&H DICKINSON 6 


0-1 


0-0 


1-2 


0^-0 


1 


1 


1 








1 


vs Gonzaga* 0+ 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0-0 




















vs Ctiaminade* 8 


1-2 


1-2 


0-0 


0-1-1 


1 











1 


3 


vs Arkansas^ 1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0-0 




















NICHOLLS STATE 9 


0-2 


0-0 


O-O 


1-2-3 





1 


1 


1 








MINNESOTA% 2 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


OO-O 

















IJ 


vs George WashinqlonS dnp-ol 


WESTERN CAROLINA 18 


1-3 


0-1 


00 


1-3-4 





5 


1 





1 


2 


BOSTON COLLEGE 5 


M 


00 


0-0 


0-1-1 





2 














AMERICAN 14 


M 


0-3 


0-0 


0-1-1 





4 


1 





3 


6 


DELAWARE STATE 2 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-M 

















IJ 


VMI 20 


5-9 


U 


0-0 


1-2-3 


2 


4 


2 








13 


TEXASASM-CC 14 


3-7 


0-2 


2-2 


0-1-1 


2 


3 


1 





2 


8 


at Miami 4 


0-0 


M 


0-0 


1-0-1 





1 


1 











at Dulie 6 


2-2 


M 


2-3 


1-0-1 


1 


1 


4 





2 


6 


WAKE FOREST 7 


0^) 


M 


0^1 


WW) 





2 


1 












VIRGINIA TECH 



dnp-cd 



at G eorgia Tecti 



00 OO O^M) 



al Temple 

NORTH CAROLINA dnp-cd 



2-2 OO OO OO-O 



at NC State 



MIAMI 



at Virginia 



vs Georgia Tech# 



vs Boston College# 



MANHAHAN^ 



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2004 ACCCHAMPIONS 



27 SPORTS 



GINI CHUKURA 



6-5 • 210 • SENIOR, Z U • FORWARD 

SILVER SPRING, MD. z=z=^z= 
GOOD COUNSEL = 





ON CHUKURA: 

Joined the Terrapins as a wall<-on in December of 2004 ... has appeared in 1 7 career games over the past 
two seasons ... a solid rebounder who can get to the basl<et ... an aggressive on-ball defender for the 
Terrapins ... brings an intensity and energy to the club in practice and in games. 

WILLIAMS ON CHUKURA: 

"Gini is one of the great people on our team. He joined us as a wall<-on but his role has increased every 
year and he has become a much better basl<etball player during his time in our program." 

AS A JUNIOR: 

Saw action in 1 1 contests during 2005-06 . . . grabbed two offensive rebounds in one minute against Manhattan 
in the NIT (March 1 8) ... saw action in his second ACC Tournament, earning playing time against Georgia 
Tech (March 9) ... recorded a steal in two minutes played against North Carolina (Feb. 26) ... scored a 
personal-high four points, including his first career three-pointer against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (Jan. 4) 
... recorded one rebound and one steal in four minutes against American (Dec. 23) , . . tallied his first career 
points and grabbed three rebounds in four minutes against Westem Carolina (Dec. 7) . . . played three minutes 
and pulled down a rebound in the season-opening win over Fairieigh Dickinson (Nov. 18). 

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2004-05: 

Played in six contests after joining the squad as a walk-on in December ... was added to the Terps' roster 
to give the team depth after injuries to then-seniors Mike Grinnon and Darien Henry ... saw first collegiate 
action in Maryland's victory over Liberty (Dec. 28) ... grabbed his first career rebound in his debut, a 
three-minute stint against the flames ... logged two minutes of action against Mount St. Mary's (Jan. 4) 
... saw first ACC action at the Dean Smith Center as the Terps faced North Carolina (Jan. 8) ... made an 
appearance against Clemson in the Terrapins' ACC Tournament matchup (March 10) ... saw postseason 
action in Maryland's NIT victory over TCU at Comcast Center (March 26). 

AT GOOD COUNSEL HIGH SCHOOL: 

Lettered in two seasons for Good Counsel's varsity squad in Wheaton, Md. ... attended same high school 
as Terrapin teammate James Gist ... high school coach was Tim McKenna. 

PERSONAL: 

Gini Ifeayinchukwu Chukura ... birthday is Oct. 17, 1985 ... parents' names are Niki Ababio and Chris 
Chukura ... has two younger twin brothers, Peter (15) and Paul (15) ... lists Kevin Garnett as his favorite 
pro basketball player because of the overall contributions he makes to his team ... interests include music 
and drawing ... pronounced "GIN-ee cha-KOOR-uh". 





CHUKURA'S CAREER STATISTICS 

Year G-GS Min-Avg FG-A Pet 3FG-A Pet 



FT-A 



2004-05 



6-0 



6-1.0 



0-0 .000 



0:0 m 



0-0 



Pet Off-Def Reb-Avq PF-FO Ast TO BIk StI Pts-Avg 



.000 



0-1 



1-0.2 



2005-06 



0-0 



11-0 



27-2.5 



2-9 .222 



1-3 .333 



1-6 .167 



7-2 



0-0.0 



9-O.f 



Career 



2-0 



17-0 



33-1.9 



2-9 .222 



1-3 ,333 



1-6 



.167 



6-0.5 



7-3 



10-0.6 



2-0 



6-0.4 



CHUKURA'S ACC STATISTICS 

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



2004-05 



2-0 



1-0.5 



0-0 .000 



0-0 .000 



Pet FT-A Pet. OR-DR Reb-Avg. PF-D Ast To BIk St Pts.-Avq. 



0-0 



.000 



0-0 



0-0 



2005-06 
Career 



2-0 
4-0 



2-1.0 
3-0.8 



1-2 .500 
1-2 .500 



0-0 



0-1 .000 
0-1 .000 



0-2 .000 
0-2 .000 



0-0 
0-0 







0-0 
0-0 



0-0 
0-0 



1 



0-0.0 
0-0.0 
0-0.0 






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2006-07 MARYLAN 
.MEN'S BASKETBALL 








CHUKURA'S CAREER HIGHS 

Cateflorv # OpponentiDate 


POINTS 


4 


vs. TAMU-CC (1/4/06) 


REBOUNDS 


3 


vs. Western Carolina (12/7/05) 


FG 


1 


(2x) last vs. TAMU-CC (1/4/06) 


FGA 


4 


vs. Western Carolina (12/7/05) 


3FG 


1 


vs. TAMU-CC (1/4/06) 


3 FGA 


1 


(2x) last vs. TAMU-CC (1/4/06) 


Fl 


1 


vs. TAMU-CC (1/4/06) 


FTA 


2 


(3x) last at North Carolina (2/26) 


ASSISTS 







BLOCKS 


1 


vs. Mount St. Mary's (1/4/05) 


STEALS 


1 


(2x) last at North Carolina (2/26/06) 


MINUTES 


4 


(4x) last vs. VMI (12/31/05) 





CHUKURA 2005-06 GAME-BY-GAME 



OPPONENT 


MIN 
N 3 


FG-A 

0-0 


3FG-A FT-A 


O-D-R 


PF 


A 


TO 


BLK 


s 


TP 


FAIRLEIGH DICKINSC 


0^1 0-i 


1-0-1 

















(1 


vs Gonzaqa* 


dnp-cd 




















vs Chaminade' 


4 


0-1 


W) 04) 


0-1-1 


1 














(1 


vs Artansas* 


drM 




















NICHOUS STATE 


1 


ws 


0-0 0-0 


(MM) 

















n 


MINNESOTA'/. 


dniKd 




















vs George Washifiqlo 


S dnjKO 




















WESTERN CAROLlN/i 


4 


u 


W) M 


MM 

















? 


BOSTON COLLEGE 


dnpMd 




















AMERICAN 


4 


0-1 


0-1 M 


1-0-1 








1 





1 


(1 


DELAWARE STATE 


dniKd 




















VMI 


4 


0-1 


0-1 00 


000 




















TEXAS A8M-CC 


3 


1-1 


1-1 1-2 


0-1-1 

















4 


at Miami 


dnM 




















al Duke 


Ot 


0^1 


M OO 


ooo 




















WAKE FOREST 


dniKd 




















VIRGINIA TECH 


dnp-cd 




















at Georgia Tech 


dnfKd 




















at Temple 


dnp-cd 




















NORTH CAROLINA 


dnp^xJ 




















aINC Slate 


imMi 




















VIRGINIA 


dnp<d 




















DUKE 


dnp-cd 




















at Clemson 


drp<d 




















GEORGIA TECH 


dnpcd 




















al Florida State 


dnp-cd 




















al North Carolina 


2 


0^ 


W) 0-2 


000 














1 





MIAMI 


dnp<d 




















at ^rginia 


dnp-al 




















vs Georgia Tech# 


1 


(H) 


00 00 


000 




















vs Boston College* 


dniMd 




















MANHAHANS) 


1 


0-1 


00 0-0 


2-0-2 


1 

















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Postseason m 


CHUKURA 2004-05 GAME-BY-GAME 

OPPONENT MIN FG-A 3FG-A n-A 0-D-R PF A TO BLK 


s 


TP 


LIBERTY 


3 


0^1 


00 00 


0-1-1 


1 

















MOUNT ST MARTS 


2 


0-0 


0^ 0-0 


0*0 











1 








at No* Carolina 


1 


W) 


0-0 M 


000 




















al Wake Forest 


Ot 


M 


00 04 


0*0 




















TEMPLE 


dnp-cd 




















VIRGINA 


dnp^:d 




















NC STATE 


dnpKxl 




















at Duke 


dnpcd 




















GEORGIA TECH 


dnp-cd 




















al Clemson 


dnp«l 




















al Miami 


dnp«) 




















VIRGINA TECH 


dnp^xl 




















DUKE 


dnpcd 




















aINC Slate 


dnp-cd 




















al Virgina 


dnpcd 




















CLEMSON 


dnp<d 




















NORTH CAROLINA 


dnp-al 




















atVirginaTech 


dnp<d 




















vs Clemson* 


0* 


M 


00 00 


WW 




















ORAL ROBERTS @ 


dnp-cd 




















DAVIDSON e> 


dnp<xl 




















TC@ 


0* 


00 


00 00 


0*0 




















vs South Carolina § 


dnp^aj 




















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g 10 Challenge; S-BBST Classic; l-ACC Toumamnl; g-Poslseason NIT 



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2004 ACCXHAMPIONS 



27 SPORTS 



2006-07 LeFRAK SCHOLAR 



6-9 • 220 • SENIOR, 3V • FO RWARD 
CARSON, CALIF. • CARSON=^= 





ON IBEKWE: 

An AII-ACC nominee ... participated in the 2006 FIBA World Championships for the Nigerian National 
Team . . . has appeared in 94 games, making 55 starts . . . enters 2006-07 as the team's leading scorer and 
rebounder ... ranks seventh on the school's all-time blocked shots list with 142 ... became just the ninth 
player in school history to record 100 blocked shots ... became the 37* Terp to reach the 500-rebound 
plateau ... can score in the post, but also possesses a nice touch from the outside ... a three-time LeFrak 
Foundation Scholar. 

WILLIAMS ON EBEKWE: 

"Ekene has as much experience and ability as anyone in college basketball and I expect him to be a force 
for us this year. He's worked hard over the summer to put himself in a great position entering his senior 
season." 

AS A JUNIOR IN 2005-06: 

Appeared in 32 games and made 30 starts a season ago ... averaged 11.1 points and 6.6 rebounds per 
game during his junior campaign ... tallied five double-doubles ... scored in double figures 19 times and 
grabbed at least five rebounds on 25 occasions ... recorded at least one blocked shot in 27 of 32 games 
... finished the year seventh in the ACC with 1.34 blocks per game ... ranked IG" in the ACC with 6.6 
rebounds per game . . . led the team in rebounding 1 3 times . . . recorded 1 5 points and 1 rebounds against 
Manhattan (March 18) ... scored 10 points and grabbed six rebounds in 14 minutes against Georgia Tech 
in the ACC Tournament (March 9) ... finished with 13 points, five rebounds, three blocks, and two assists 
at Virginia (March 6) ... scored a team-high 12 points and grabbed five rebounds at North Carolina (Feb 
26) ... poured in 15 points and tied tor the team high with eight rebounds at Florida State (Feb. 22) ... tal- 
lied a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds in an overtime win against Georgia Tech (Feb. 18) ... 
scored 10 points on 5-of-6 shooting in just 15 minutes at Clemson (Feb. 14) ... recorded a double-double 
with 14 points and a career-high 15 rebounds against Virginia (Feb. 7) ... scored 14 points in 21 minutes 
at Temple (Jan. 28) ... grabbed a team-high nine rebounds at Duke (Jan. 11) ... recorded back-to-back 
double-doubles against American (Dec. 23) and Delaware State (Dec. 28) ... tied his career high with a 
team-best 21 points against Boston College (Dec. 11) ... averaged 12.3 points, 6.0 rebounds, 3.0 blocks 
and 1 .7 steals per game at the Maui Invitational . . . scored 14 of his 16 points in the second half and grabbed 
eight rebounds in 20 minutes against Fairleigh Dickinson (Nov 18). 




IBEKWE'S CAREER STATISTICS 

Year G-GS Min-Avq FG-A Pet 3FG-A Pet 


FT-A 


Pet 


Off-Def 


Reb-Avq 


PF-FO 


Ast 


TO 


BIk 


StI 


Pts-Avq 


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 


2004-05 


30-18 644-21.5 90-220 .409 


3-19 


,158 


69-125 


.552 


65-124 


189-6.3 


103- 7 


20 


64 


55 


27 


252-8.4 


2005-06 


32-30 753-23.5 130-257 .506 


3-7 


,429 


91-146 


.623 


68-144 


212-6.6 


99-3 


30 


69 


43 


25 


354-11,1 


Career 


94-55 1831-19.5 281-598 .470 


9-37 


.243 


192-333 


.577 


181-344 


525-5.6 


276-13 


60 


172 


142 


77 


763-8.1 


IBEKWE'S ACC STATISTICS 

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


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avq. 


2003-04 


16-6 208-13.0 28-58 .483 


2-5 


.400 


15-25 


.600 


25-38 


63-3.9 


42-2 


7 


20 


18 


11 


734.6 


2004-05 


14-6 279-19,9 39-94 .415 


0-5 


.000 


38-59 


.644 


2346 


69-4.9 


51-5 


5 


30 


20 


5 


116-8.3 


2005-06 


16-14 387-24.2 62-133 .466 


2-3 


,667 


40-68 


.588 


34-74 


108-6.8 


49-1 


17 


42 


23 


11 


166-104 


Career 


46-26 874-19.0 129-285 .453 


4-13 


.308 


93-152 


.612 


82-158 


240-5.2 


142-8 


29 


92 


61 


27 


375-8.2 



IBEKWE'S NCAA TOURNAMENT STATISTICS 

Year GP-GS Min.-Avq. FG-A Pet. 3P-A Pet. FT-A Pet. OR-DR 



2003-04 



2-0 36-18,0 



3-8 .375 



0-2 .000 5-10 



,500 



2-13 



Reb-Avg. PF-D Ast To BIk St Pts.-Avq. 



15-7.5 



9-1 



1 



11-5.5 



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MEN'S BASKETBALL 






IBEKWE'S CAREER HIGHS 

Category # OpponenVDate 


POINTS 


21 


(2x) last vs. Boston College (12/11/05) 


REBOUNDS 


15 


vs. Virqinia (2/7/06) 


FG 


10 


at Wisconsin (11/30/04) 


FGA 


13 


(3x) last vs. Boston College (12/11/05) 


3FG 


1 


(8x) last at Florida State (2/22/06) 


3 FGA 


4 


vs. George Washington (12/4/04) 


FT 


7 


at Duke (1/26/05) 


FTA 


10 


vs. Georgia Tech (2/18/06) 


ASSISTS 


3 


vs. Jackson Stale (11/19/04) 


BLOCKS 


6 


vs. Liberty (12/28/04) 


STEALS 


4 


vs. Arkansas (11/23/05) 


MINUTES 


34 


vs. Boston College (12/11/05) 





AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2004-05: 

Played in 30 of 32 games on the season, starting 18 ... finished 
fifth on the team in scoring with 8.4 points per game, and second in 
rebounding «;ith 6.3 boards .. . led the team in blocks with 55, finishing 
fourth among ACC leaders with a 1 .83 rejections per game average . . . 
recorded 17 multi-block games ... posted 11 games of double-figure 
scoring and recorded three games of 10-plus rebounds ... notched first 
career double-double with a career-high 21 points on 1 0-of-1 3 shooting 
at Wisconsin (Nov. 30) ... also added 12 rebounds to complete the 
double-double effort ... recorded 12 blocks and 32 rebounds during the 
Terps' Postseason NIT run, an average of 3.0 blocks and 8.0 rebounds 
per contest ... netted 10 points with eight rebounds and three blocks in 
26 minutes off the bench in the Terps' NIT win over TCU (Mar. 26) ... 
registered 11 points, nine rebounds and five rejections in 21 minutes 
in Maryland's win over Davidson (Mar. 23) ... swatted four shots with 
eight points and eight rebounds in 18 minutes vs. Oral Roberts {Uai 
16) ... contributed nine points and seven rebounds in 22 minutes off the 
bench vs. Clemson in the ACC Tournament (Mar. 10)... returned from 
a two-game injury hiatus with 11 points, five rebounds and two blocks 
in 17 minutes in the Terps' overtime victory over Duke at home (Feb. 
12)... follow-slam in the waning seconds vs. the Blue Devils completed 
the Terps' comeback and helped send the contest to overtime ... 
scored 14 points with nine rebounds and four blocks in 24 minutes in 
Maryland's win over No. 21 Georgia Tech (Jan. 30) ... came off the 
bench to score 15 points with nine rebounds in the Terps' win at No.2 
Duke (Jan. 26) ... made 7 of 9 free throws against the Blue Devils ... 
swatted a career-high six blocked shots and also recorded 12 rebounds 
vs. Liberty (Dec. 28) ... grabbed 1 3 rebounds and made three steals in 
Maryland's home win over American (Dec. 23) . . . poured in 1 3 points 
on 5-for-7 shooting vs. Florida State (Dec. 19) ... opened the season 
with a 17-point, eight-rebound effort against Jackson State (Nov. 19) 
. . . averaged 1 0.6 points per game, 7.6 rebounds and 1 .8 blocks during 
the Terps' Italian Tour, including a 15-point, 13-board double-double 
effort against Biella. 







IBEKWE 2005-06 GAME-BY-GAME 

OPPONENT MIN FC-A 3fC-A n-A 0-0-R PF A TO BLK 


S 


TP 


FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 


20' 5-11 


1-2 


5-5 


3-S8 











16 


vs. Gonzaqa* 


23- 4-4 


0^1 


1-3 


2-24 








1 


9 


vs. Chaminade* 


22- 4-10 


0-1 


4A 


2-fr8 











12 


vs. Arkansas* 


25- M 


M 


M 


3-30 








4 


16 


NICHOLLS STATE 


23- 7-10 


M 


1-3 


1-5* 











15 


MINNESOTA% 


15- 3-6 


M 


2-5 


2-1-3 











8 


vs. George WastiinqtonS 


20- U 


M 


3^ 


0-3-3 











9 


WESTERN CAROLINA 


19- 7-12 


0-1 


4-7 


4-2-6 








1 


18 


BOSTON COLLEGE 


34- 8-13 


M 


5^ 


4-5-9 








2 


21 


AMERICAN 


29' 4-12 


M 


5-7 


6-5-11 








1 


13 


DOMkRi STATE 


29- 6-10 


M 


M 


3-7.10 








1 


12 


VMI 


22' 2-6 


M 


24 


1-7-8 








2 


6 


TEXAS A&M-CC 


24- 2-5 


00 


S4 


1-6-7 






3 


2 


9 


al Miami 


25- 3-7 


OJ) 


3-5 


0-5-5 






4 2 





9 


al Duke 


24' 4-11 


M 


M 


54-9 






1 





8 


WAKE FOREST 


16' 2-* 


0^ 


1-1 


0*0 






1 





5 



al Georgia Teoh 


2r 


2-5 


00 


06 


2-3-5 




2 







1 


10 


al Temple 


2r 


44 


M 


08 


14-5 















14 


NORTH CAROLINA 


io- 


2-9 


0-1 


14 


1-2-3 




1 







3 


5 


al NC Stale 


ta 


14 


00 


00 


3-2-5 




2 






2 


2 


VIRGINIA 


28- 


5-9 


00 


4-5 


6-9-15 











1 


14 


DUKE 


27- 


3-7 


00 


30 


240 




1 






1 


9 


al Clemson 


15- 


5* 


Wl 


00 


2-1-3 














10 


GEORGIA TECH 


32- 


5^ 


0-0 


4-10 


01010 




2 









14 


al Florida Stale 


26^ 


6-11 


1-1 


2-2 


2-00 




1 









15 


al North Carolina 


22- 


4-9 


00 


4* 


05-5 














12 


MIAMI 


29 


3-9 


M 


34 


4-7-11 














9 


al Vinjinia 


32^ 


6-10 


00 


1-6 


14-5 




2 






1 


13 


vs Georgia Ted* 


14^ 


a 


00 


00 


1-50 




1 









10 


vs Boston College* 


2y 


14 


M 


4-7 


1-2-3 




1 









6 


MANHAHANlg 


3V 


6-10 


M 


3-7 


3-7-10 


3 


1 







2 


15 


•Starter 'Maui Invilational; %-ACCfflig 10 Challenge: S-BB8T Classic: MCC Toumamsnl: @- 


'osfseasorr NIT 


IBEKWE'S 2004-05 GAME-BY-GAME 

OPPONENT MIN FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF A TO 


BLK 


S 


TP 


JACKSON STATE 


2y 


6-tO 


1-2 


44 


2-6-8 


2 


3 


3 


3 


1 


17 


MERCER 


n- 


1-9 


W) 


2-6 


34-7 


3 





1 


2 





4 


vs. Memphis 


»• 


14 


M 


2-3 


01-1 


4 


1 


2 


2 


1 


4 


alVrtsconsin 


3y 


10-13 


M 


1-3 


5-7-12 


5 





4 


2 


1 


21 


vs. Geoitie Mason 


w 


0-6 


00 


01 


2-24 


4 


2 


2 





1 





vs. George Washington 


29. 


4-10 


04 


2-6 


44-8 


4 


1 


1 


3 


2 


10 


UNCASHEVILLE 


26^ 


4^ 


1-2 


3-3 


34-7 


3 


1 


2 


2 


3 


12 


FLORIDA STATE 


16^ 


5-7 


00 


3-3 


3*3 


5 





2 


1 





13 


AMERICAN 


2y 


3-13 


00 


3-5 


6-7-13 


3 





1 


1 


3 


9 


LIBERTY 


22^ 


3-10 


01 


00 


4-8-12 


2 





2 


6 


1 


6 


MOUNT ST MARVS 


24^ 


U 


00 


00 


1-7-8 


1 


1 


3 


1 


2 


6 


al North Carolina 


14^ 


14 


01 


1-2 


02-2 


5 


1 


1 


1 





3 


31 Wa)(e Forest 


2y 


4-11 


01 


1-2 


10-7 


3 


1 


2 


2 





9 


TEMPLE 


If 


14 


00 


00 


01-1 


2 


1 


3 





1 


2 


VIRGINA 


2r 


M 


01 


2-3 


1-50 


5 





3 


2 





12 


NC STATE 


3f 


2-6 


01 


40 


3-50 


3 





5 





1 


8 


at Duke 


22 


4-12 


00 


7-9 


4-5.9 


2 


2 


3 


2 


1 


15 


GEORGIA TECH 


24 


5-7 


00 


4-7 


2-7-9 


4 





4 


4 


1 


14 


al Clemson 


18 


2-3 


00 


2-2 


1-34 


5 





4 








6 


at Miami 


dniHnj 






















VIRGINA TECH 


dniHni 






















DUKE 


17 


3^ 


01 


5-7 


2-3-5 


4 





2 


2 


1 


11 


at NC Slate 


24 


1-8 


00 


2-5 


1-34 


3 





1 


2 


1 


4 


atViniina 


16 


2-7 


0-0 


4-7 


1.1-2 


3 





1 


2 





6 


CLEMSON 


19 


2-7 


00 


34 


1-34 


5 


1 


1 


1 





7 


NORTH CAROLINA 


13 


2-6 


00 


00 


30-3 


3 





1 








4 


atVirqinaTech 


15 


1-2 


00 


00 


03-3 


1 








1 





2 


vs, Clemson # 


22 


3-5 


01 


3-9 


34-7 


3 





3 


1 





9 


ORAL ROBERTS® 


18 


2-6 


01 


4-6 


3-50 


5 


1 





4 





8 


DAVIDSON l8 


21 


4-7 


01 


3-8 


2-7-9 


4 


1 


2 


5 


2 


11 


TCiS 


26 


AS 


1-2 


14 


2-60 


4 


1 


2 


3 


1 


10 


vs South Carolina @ 


24 


2-7 


00 


3-8 


2-5-7 


3 


2 


3 





3 


7 


•Starter: %-ACC/Big 10 


Challenge: S 


-BBST Classic: MCC ToomamenI; 


-Postseason NIT 









IBEKWE'S 2003-04 GAME-BY-GAME 



OPPONENT 


MIN 

18 


FG-A 
4-6 


3FG-A 


FT-A 


O-D-R 


PF 


A 


TO BLK 


S 


TP 


AMERICAN 


1-3 


02-2 







3 3 


2 





GEORGE MASON 


8 


2-2 


00 


01 


2-3-5 







1 1 


1 


4 


HOFSTRA 


7 


2-2 


00 


1-2 


1-1-2 







2 


1 


5 


WISCONSIN 


10 


24 


00 


02 


01-1 







1 1 


2 


3 


vs Gonzaqa 


8 


24 


01 


00 


1-0-1 







1 2 





4 


vs West Virqina 


9 


01 


00 


00 


000 
















al Flonda 


9 


1-3 


00 


00 


1-1-2 







1 





2 


PEPPERDINE 


17 


1-5 


01 


2-2 


4*4 







1 





4 


UNC-GREENSBORO 


15 


6-9 


1-2 


00 


4-2-6 







1 1 


2 


13 


at Flonda State 


13 


3-8 


01 


00 


5-30 







1 





6 


Ml ST MARrS 


22 


3-3 


00 


3-9 


2-8-10 





1 


4 


2 


9 



UMES 


23- 


2-6 


00 


30 


2-5-7 





1 





4 


1 




NO CAROLINA 


19- 


50 


00 


1-1 


4-1-5 







2 





1 


11 


at Geoniia Tecti 


«• 


3-5 


00 


1-2 


14-5 







2 


2 


2 




DUKE 


iy 


14 


00 


00 


02-2 







4 


3 


1 




at Clemson 


r 


1-1 


00 


00 


1-1-2 







2 










at Wake Forest 


15' 


3-5 


1-1 


1-2 


01-1 




1 





1 


2 




NC STATE 


ir 


02 


00 


00 


1-1-2 







2 










atVirqina 


10 


1-1 


00 


00 


01-1 




1 





3 


1 




FLORIDA STATE 


13 


03 


00 


2-2 


1-34 




1 


1 


3 







at North Carolina 


10 


4-7 


00 


01 


3-2-5 













1 




GEORGIA TECH 


11 


2-3 


00 


1-2 


3-2-5 







2 





1 




al Duke 


6 


00 


00 


t-2 


000 







3 





1 




CLEMSON 


20 


14 


1-1 


34 


01010 




1 


1 


3 







WAKE FOREST 


13 


1-2 


01 


01 


1-2-3 


















al NC Stale 


9 


1-2 


00 


01 


2*2 










1 


1 




VIRGINA 


17 


2-5 


01 


5-7 


3-50 




2 


1 


1 







vs Wake Forest* 


14 


-24 


00 


00 


1-1-2 







3 


1 


1 




vs NC State • 


17 


24 


00 


2-2 


1-1-2 







2 


1 


1 




vs Duke* 


13 


1-2 


00 


00 


2*2 







1 


1 







vsUTEPi 


16 


24 


02 


1-2 


1-50 







1 


4 


1 




vs Syracuse ' 


20 


14 


00 


4.0 


1*9 


5 


1 


3 


1 





6 


•Starter: %-ACC/Big 


10 Challenge: WBST Classic: «ACC Tournament l-NCAA Tournament 









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2004 M.C.CHAIVIPIONS 



27 SPORTS 



AS A FRESHMAN IN 2003-04: 

Only freshman to play in all 32 games, drawing seven starts during tils 
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 .. . was the first freshman 
to lead the Terps in blocked shots (44) since Joe Smith (1993-94) ... 
amassed 32 points and 29 boards across the Terps' last six contests . . . 
played in both NCAA Tournament games, averaging 18,0 minutes per 
matchup while contnbuting 5.5 points per game and 7,9 rebounds ... 
grabbed nine rebounds and netted six points vs. Syracuse (March 20) 
in the Terps' NCAA Second Round game ... scored five points with six 
rebounds and four blocks vs. UTEP (March 1 8) 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 Ten-apins ... played 20 
minutes vs. Clemson (Feb. 24), gathering 10 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. Flonda 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) ... registered seven 
points, seven rebounds and four blocks in his first collegiate start vs. 
UMES (Jan. 16)... fell one point shy of a double-double against Mount 
St. Mary's (Jan. 3), with nine points, 10 rebounds, a career-high tying 
four blocks and two steals in 22 minutes ... grabbed eight rebounds in 
1 3 minutes 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 debut, scoTing nine points with three blocks^two 
steals vs. American (Nov 22). 

AT CARSON HIGH SCHOOL: 

A second team Parade High School All-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 averaged nearly four 
steals in leading his squad to a 23-4 record and a semifinal finish in 
the Los Angeles city championship ... earned all-state honors and a 
first team "All-Dream Team" nod by the Long Beach Press-Telegram 
as a senior . . . named to the All-L.A. city first team, the All-South Bay 
first team and his team's MVP as a junior and senior ... scored 18 
points and was named to the all-tournament team as a participant 
in Baltimore's Charm City Challenge with Terrapin teammates Has- 
san 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 Richard Masson. 

PERSONAL: 

Ekene Bnan Ibekwe ... bom July 19, 1985 ... son of Agatha and Au- 
gustine Ibekwe, who hail from Nigeria ... brother, Onye Ibekwe (21), 
is a senior basketball player at Long Beach State ... has two sisters, 
Chinyere ( 1 7) and Ify ( 1 5) . . . a recipient of the Scott Smith Scholarship 
Award and a member of the Pnncipal'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 
criminology and criminal justice. 






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.MEN'S BASKETBALL 



MIKE JONES -= 

6-5 • 204 • SENIOR, 3V * GUARD 
DORCHESTER, MASS. =^= 
THAYER ACADEMY ^^=^ 





ON JONES: 

An AII-ACC candidate ... has played in 94 career games, making 21 starts .. . returns as the team's second- 
leading scorer from last season . , , enters his senior season ninth on the school's all-time three-pointers list 
(1 22) . . . ranks 1 2th all-time at Maryland with 311 career three-point attempts ... has scored in double figures 
28 times during his career ... topped the 20-point plateau six times as a Terp ... has increased his scoring 
average in each of his first three years ... an excellent rebounder out of the backcourt. 

WILLIAMS ON JONES: 

"Mike has the potential to be an outstanding guard. He has all the tools required at that position, and I 
A expect him to make that happen this season " 

AS A JUNIOR IN 2005-06: 

Made 1 7 starts and appeared in 32 games . . . averaged 10.5 points, 3.4 rebounds and 1 .5 assists per game 
... shot a team-best 41 percent from three-point range (61-147) ... averaged 13.7 points, 4.4 rebounds, 
and shot 90-percent from the free throw line in the final 15 games as a starter ... led the team with 61 
made three-pointers ... knocked down at least one three-pointer in 28 of 32 games ... shot a team-best 
90-percent (44-49) from the free throw line . . . scored in double figures 1 7 times as a junior and grabbed at 
least five rebounds on ten occasions ... tallied 19 points and seven rebounds in a win over Georgia Tech 
in the ACC Tournament (March 9) , . . tied his career high with seven rebounds against the Yellow Jackets 
... knocked down the eventual game-winning three-pointer against Virginia (March 6) to cap his 13 point, 
seven rebound performance ... scored 15 points and dished out a team-high four assists against Miami 
(March 1) ... posted 11 points, six rebounds, and two blocked shots in 27 minutes against North Carolina 
(Feb. 26) ... led theTerps with 21 points in 29 minutes against Georgia Tech (Feb. 18) ... scored 19 points 
in 25 minutes at Clemson (Feb. 14) ... posted 11 points and grabbed seven rebounds against Duke (Feb. 
11) ... scored 13 points and grabbed four rebounds against Virginia (Feb. 7) ... scored 13 points at N.C. 
State (Feb. 5) ... tied the school's single-game record with seven three-pointers in a 23-point performance 
at Temple (Jan. 28) ... hauled in six rebounds against Virginia Tech (Jan. 21) ... came off the bench and 
scored a team-high 22 points in 26 minutes against Wake Forest (Jan. 15) ... earned his first start of the 
season against Western Carolina (Dec. 7) and recorded six points and three assists ... scored 14 points in 
20 minutes against Minnesota (Nov 30) ... scored a game-high 22 points in 24 minutes against Fairleigh 
Dickinson (Nov 18). 




JONI 

Year 


£S' CAREER STATISTICS 

G-GS Min-Avq FG-A Pet 3FG-A 


Pet 


FT-A 


Pet 


Off-Def 


Reb-Avq 


PF-FO 


Ast 


TO 


BIk 


StI 


Pts-Avq 


2003-04 


30-0 300-10.0 43-110 .391 25- 62 


403 


3546 


.761 


22-34 


56-1.9 


21-0 


15 


20 


2 


13 


1464.9 


2004-05 


324 437-13.7 81-197 .411 36-102 


.353 


3141 


.756 


27-57 


84-2.6 


45-0 


19 


31 


7 


16 


229-7.2 


2005-06 


32-17 757-23.7 116-278 .417 61-147 


415 


4449 


.898 


29-80 


109-34 


63-2 


48 


65 


9 


25 


337-10.5 


Career 


94-21 1494-15.9 240-585 .410 122-311 


.292 


110-136 


.809 


78-171 


249-2.6 


129-2 


82 


116 


18 


54 


712-7.6 


JONES' ACC STATISTICS 

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


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Rs.-Avq. 


2003-04 


16-0 160-10.0 20-60 .333 13-36 


.361 


13-18 


,722 


13-15 


28-1.8 


13-0 


7 


13 


1 


5 


664.1 


2004-05 


16-2 218-13.6 40-90 .444 1543 


.349 


14-20 


.700 


10-28 


38-2.4 


28-0 


9 


16 


4 


7 


109-6.8 


2005-06 


16-11 410-25.6 60-146 411 28-73 


.384 


32-35 


.914 


16-49 


654.1 


29-1 


24 


33 


5 


12 


180-11.3 


Career 


48-13 788-164 120-296 .405 46-152 


.303 


59-73 


.808 


39-92 


131-2.7 


70-1 


40 


62 


10 


24 


355-7.4 


JONES' NCAA TOURNAMENT STATISTICS 

Year GP-GS Min.-Avq. FG-A Pet. 3P-A Pet. FT-A Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avq. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2003-04 


2-0 19-9.5 24 .500 1-3 


.333 


2-3 


.667 


1-1 


2-1.0 


1-0 


3 


1 





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AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2004-05: 

One of three Terrapins to see action in all 32 games, drawing four starts 
.,, averaged 10.1 points over last nine games and 14.5 ppg during the 
Terps' four-game Postseason NIT run ... NIT scoring streak included 
a .537 shooting performance from the field and a .407 effort from long 
range ... tied for team-high scoring honors with 15 points off bench 
vs. South Carolina in 24 minutes in the NIT Semifinal (March 29) ., 
was one of five players in double figures with 18 points in 22 minutes 
(4-for-10 3FG) in the Terps' NIT win over TCU (Mar. 26) ... tied for 
team-high honors with 18 points in 17 minutes in Maryland's NIT victory 
over Oral Roberts (Mar. 16) ...poured in 12 points in 13 minutes, going 
4-for-5 behind the arc against No. 2 North Carolina at home (Feb. 27) 
... registered a third straight game in double figures with 15 points in 
18 minutes against Duke at Comcast Center (Feb. 12) ... netted 13 
points in 11 minutes off the bench against Virginia Tech (Feb. 8), going 
6-for-6 from the field ... tallied 14 points in 16 minutes off the bench at 
Miami (Feb. 5), firing at a 4-for-9 clip from 3-point range and adding 
seven boards ... contributed seven points in eight minutes at Clemson 
(Feb. 1) ... made his first career start in the Terps' win at No. 2 Duke 
(Jan. 26) ... splashed in 21 points (5-for-9 FG, 4-for-6 3FG, 7-for-8 FT) 
with four rebounds in 19 minutes in Maryland's win over Temple (Jan. 
15) ... scored nine points in a reserve role at Wake Forest (Jan. 11), 
going 4-for-6 from the floor and adding two steals in 13 minutes ... 
only points vs. Florida State (Dec. 19) came on a crucial 3-pointer to 
stake the Terps to an 88-86 lead with 47 seconds left in OT . . . six-point 
effort against Memphis (Nov 26) on a pair of 3-pointers. 

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 accurate free throw 
shooter (.761) ... named ACC Rookie of the Week (Jan. 11) after a 
standout performance vs. UMES (Jan. 6) ... recorded then 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 November of 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 11 
minutes vs. Syracuse (March 20) in the Terps' Second Round NCAA 
match-up . . . netted seven points and tied career-high with six rebounds 
in the ACC Championship game vs. Duke (March 14) . . . nailed a crucial 
3-pointer with 33 seconds remaining 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. 16 NC State (March 3) ... netted 11 
points in 13 minutes 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 1 3 minutes 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 second-half points in nine 
minutes vs. Pepperdine (Dec. 14) ... hit a three-pointer and added a 
steal in five minutes against Gonzaga (Dec. 6) in the BB&T Classic ... 
put forth an outstanding effort vs. American (Nov. 22) in his collegiate 
debut, scoring eight of his 10 points in the second half ... named a 
CBSSportsline.com "Freshman to Watch" during the preseason. 







JONES' CAREER HIGHS 

Cateqory # Opponent/Date 


POINTS 


25 


vs. UMES (1/6/04) 


REBOUNDS 


7 


(4x) last vs. Georgia Tech-ACC (3/9/06) 


FG 


8 


(4x) last vs. Georgia Tech-ACC (3/9/06) 


FGA 


15 


vs. Georgia Tech-ACC (3/9/06) 


3FG 


7 


at Temple (1/28/06) 


3 FGA 


11 


at Temple (1/28/06) 


FT 


11 


vs. UMES (1/6/04) 


FTA 


12 


vs. UMES (1/6/04) 


ASSISTS 


5 


vs. Chaminade (11/22/05) 


BLOCKS 


2 


(2x) last at North Carolina (2/26/06) 


STEALS 


3 


vs. UMES (1/6/04) 


MINUTES 


35 


vs. North Carolina (2/2/06) 





AT THAYER ACADEMY: 

A McDonald's Ail-American and third team All-America selection by Pa- 
rade Magazine after a standout career at Thayer Academy in Braintree, 
Mass. ... averaged 24.8 points per game, 14.2 rebounds, 3.0 assists 
and 2,3 steals in his final high-school season ... a 44 percent 3-point 
shooter and 85 percent free throw shooter as a senior ... named the 
Gatorade Player of the Year for the state of Massachusetts following his 
senior year ... also a first team selection of the Boston Globe and the 
MVP of the Independent 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 13 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 100 meter dash as a junior ... prep 
coach was Rob Dixon. 

PERSONAL: 

Michael Allen Jones ... born July 24, 1984 ... son of Lisa and Curtis 
Jones and one of seven children ... has three brothers, Jerod (21), 
Maurice (IB) and Jamal (15) ... has three sisters as well, Shauday 
(19), Jarquis (18) and Leeyah (10) ... interests include drawing, 
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 1999 ... majoring in studio art. 



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JONES' 2005-06 GAME-BY-GAME 

OPPONENT MIN FG-A 3FG-A FT-A 0-D-R PF A 


TO 


BLK 


S 


TP 


FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 


24 


8-11 


3-5 


3-3 


0-2-2 




3 







1 


22 


vs Gonzaga' 


18 


4-7 


4-7 


00 


02-2 




1 







1 


12 


vs Chaminade* 


22 


2-8 


1-2 


OO 


0-3-3 




5 




1 


2 


5 


w Arkansas' 


15 


3-9 


2-4 


1-1 


2-1-3 




1 










9 


NICHOLLS STATE 


18 


0-5 


0-2 


1-2 


02-2 




2 







1 


1 


MINNESOTA'/. 


20 


6-10 


2-2 


M 


02-2 




1 







2 


14 


w Georqe WashinqtonS 


14 


U 


1-2 


OO 


01-1 















3 


WESTERN CAROLINA 


23- 


2-7 


2-5 


M 


0-1-1 




3 










6 


BOSTON COLLEGE 


16 


4-7 


1-2 


M 


0-1-1 




1 










9 


AMERICAN 


14 


3-9 


3* 


M 


1-M 




1 




1 





9 


DELAWARE STATE 


16- 


1-4 


14 


M 


OOO 




1 







1 


3 


VMI 


15 


M 


1-3 


W) 


2-24 















7 


TEXAS ASM-CC 


14 


W 


0-3 


2-2 


OOO 




1 










2 


at Miami 


13 


1-3 


1-3 


00 


0-3-3 















3 


at Duke 


13 


1-7 


1-3 


00 


2-3-5 









1 


1 


3 


WAKE FOREST 


26 


8-11 


4-5 


2-2 


1-1-2 




2 







1 


22 


VIRGINIA TECH 


20 


1-4 


0-2 


OO 


1-M 




1 










2 


at Geofqia Tech 


26- 


2-5 


2-3 


6-6 


14-5 




3 







1 


12 


at Temple 


34- 


7-12 


7-11 


2-2 


05-5 




3 










23 


NORTH CAROLINA 


35' 


3* 


14 


2-3 


14-5 




2 










9 


al NC Stale 


33^ 


4-13 


a 


2-2 


2-24 




3 







1 


13 


VIRGINIA 


34- 


5-14 


u 


2-2 


1-34 




2 




1 





15 


DUKE 


28- 


3-9 


14 


4-5 


34-7 















It 


at Clemson 


25- 


6-10 


4-7 


34 


1-34 












2 


19 


GEORGWTECH 


29^ 


8-10 


2-2 


3-3 


01-1 









1 





21 


at FloniJa State 


22. 


1-7 


0-2 


00 


1-2-3 












2 


2 


at North Carolina 


27- 


4-14 


1-6 


2-2 


0*0 








2 




11 


MIAMI 


34^ 


4-14 


1-7 


fr6 


1-1-2 













15 


at Virginia 


29^ 


5-10 


3-7 


00 


1-6-7 













13 


vs Geon)ia TecM 


30- 


S-1S 


3-7 


00 


2-5-7 








1 




19 


»s Boston College* 


3r 


5-11 


14 


00 


404 













11 


MANHAHAN^ 


29^ 


3-10 


2-5 


34 


2-0-2 









1 




11 


•Starter. 'Maui Invrtalonal 


VACC/Bn 10 Chaltenoe. MBST Classic: MCC Tournament B 


Poslseasor NIT 


JONES' 2004-05 GAME-BY-GAME 

OPPONENT MIN FG-A 3FG.A FT-A G-D-R PF A 


TO 


BLK 


s 


TP 


JACKSON STATE 


12 


1-4 


1-2 


00 


14-5 


1 


3 


1 


1 


1 


3 


MERCER 


13 


1-7 


1-3 


2-2 


2-3-5 


1 





2 





1 


5 


vs Memphis 


11 


4-7 


1-2 


00 


000 


1 





1 








9 


at Wisconsin 


10 


1-5 


0-2 


00 


00-3 








1 





1 


2 


w George Mason 


19 


2-5 


2-3 


00 


1-34 


1 














6 


vs Geon^e Washington 


1 


0* 


frO 


00 


000 




















UNCASHEV1LLE 


17 


1-9 


1-7 


00 


1-34 


1 














6 


FLORIDA STATE 


5 


1-2 


1-1 


00 


000 

















3 


AMERICAN 


7 


0-2 


0-2 


2-2 


000 














1 


2 


LIBERTY 


9 


1-4 


0-2 


3-6 


1-1-2 


1 


2 










5 


MOUNT ST MARrS 


8 


3* 


0-1 


00 


3-14 
















6 


al North Carolina 


9 


1-4 


0-3 


00 


000 


1 










2 


2 


al Wake Forest 


13 


4< 


1-2 


0-2 


10-1 


1 







1 


2 


9 


TEMPLE 


19 


5-9 


4* 


7-8 


2-24 


2 













21 


VIRGINA 


11 


2-6 


1-1 


00 


0-3-3 


2 


2 










5 


NC STATE 


14 


0-2 


0-2 


00 


10-1 


3 
















at Duke 


19- 


2-5 


0-2 


00 


0-1-1 
















4 


GEORGWTECH 


9 


1-3 


M 


00 


0-2-2 


2 


1 










2 


at Clemson 


8 


2-2 


(M 


34 


1-1-2 
















7 


at Miami 


16 


5-10 


4-9 


0-1 


0-7-7 


2 


1 










14 


VIRGINA TECH 


11 


^6 


W) 


1-1 


W-1 













1 


13 


DUKE 


18 


4-5 


1-1 


6-7 


14-5 


2 


1 




1 





15 


at NC Stale 


13 


1-4 


0-2 


0-1 


1-2-3 


2 


2 







1 


2 


al Vtroina 


3r 


2-8 


1-3 


2-2 


2-1-3 


3 


1 










7 


CLEMSON 


11 


2-8 


0-5 


2-2 


2-0-2 


3 







1 





6 


NORTH CAROLINA 


13 


M 


4-5 


00 


1-34 


4 


1 




1 





12 


alViminaTedi 


17 


3-11 


2-7 


00 


0-3-3 


3 










1 


8 


vs Clemson # 


19- 


M 


0-2 


00 


01-1 


3 


1 







1 





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ir 


6-11 


3-7 


3-3 


2-1-3 





1 




2 


2 


18 


DAVIDSON § 


11 


M 


1-3 


OO 


02-2 













1 


7 


TCiS 


22 


7-14 


4-10 


00 


1-2-3 


1 


2 










18 


vs South Carolina 6 


24 


6-10 


3-7 


OO 


3-3-6 


3 





2 








15 


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JONES' 2003-04 GAME-BY-GAME 

OPPONENT MIN FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF A 


TO 


BLK 


S 


TP 


AMERICAN 


16 


4-9 


2-7 


00 


01-1 








1 





1 


10 


GEORGE MASON 


2 


M 


M 


00 


000 




















HOFSTRA 


10 


0-2 


0-2 


0-2 


0-1-1 


1 

















WISCONSIN 


ilnp 






















vs Gonzaqa 


5 


M 


1-3 


00 


000 














1 


3 


vs. West Virgina 


1 


0-1 


04) 


00 


OOO 




















alRonda 


dnp 






















PEPPERDINE 


13 


2-3 


1-1 


34 


03-3 


2 


2 


1 








8 


UNC-GREENSBORC 


14 


2-4 


2-2 


00 


044 








1 








6 


at Flohila State 


2 


0-1 


0-1 


00 


OOO 




















MT. ST MARY'S 


13 


3-5 


1-2 


2-2 


1-2-3 


1 











1 


9 


UMES 


23 


6-11 


2-3 


11-12 


4-20 





3 


1 


1 


3 


25 


NO. CAROLINA 


9 


1-4 


0-2 


34 


2-1-3 





1 


1 








5 


alGeorqaTech 


10 


2-6 


2-3 


1-2 


2-0-2 


1 





1 








7 


DUKE 


7 


1-3 


M 


OO 


1-0-1 








1 








2 


at Clemson 


6 


1-3 


0-1 


00 


1-0-1 


1 


1 


1 








2 


at Wake Forest 


13 


3-5 


3-5 


2-2 


01-1 


4 


1 











11 


NC STATE 


10 


2-4 


0-1 


24 


3-14 





1 











6 


alVinjina 


18 


2-7 


14 


2-2 


2-1-3 


3 


1 


1 





1 


1 


FLORIDA STATE 


14 


2-7 


2-6 


00 


02-2 





1 


3 


1 





6 


al North Carolina 


8 


1-2 


1-1 


00 


000 


1 


1 











3 


GEORGIA TECH 


16 


2-5 


14 


OO 


1-0-1 


2 





2 








5 


al Duke 


14 


1-4 


1-2 


1-2 


OOO 


1 





1 





2 


4 


CLEMSON 


5 


0-1 


0-1 


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2 


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9 


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0-1 


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4 


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8 


1-2 


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12 


1-2 


1-1 


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7 


vs UTEP' 


8 


1-1 


00 


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2 


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11 


1-3 


1-3 


2-3 


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2004 ACCXHAMPIONS 



27 SPORTS 



D. J. STRAWBERRYi 



6-5 • 201 • SENIOR, SV • GUARD 
CORONA, CALIF. zzz=z 




ON STRAWBERRY: 

An AII-ACC and ACC All-Defensive Team nominee ... ranks 14th on the school's all-time steals list with 
133 career thefts ... has played in 77 career games, making 38 starts ... has scored in double figures 28 
times . . . only returning player to have started all 32 games a season ago . . . recorded at least three steals 
in 22 career games . . . gives the Terps versatility in the backcourt . . . aggressive defender who covers end 
to end . . . has the ability to lead the team on the fast break. 

WILLIAMS ON STRAWBERRY: 

"D.J. is one of the best all-around guards in the country and has earned a national reputation as that type 
of player. He has sacrificed for us by playing point guard, and I think this will be a season where it all 
comes together for him." 

AS A JUNIOR: 

Only Terrapin to start all 32 games in 2005-06 ... named AII-ACC Defensive Team Honorable Mention ... 
averaged 10.3 points and 3.4 rebounds per game ... led the team and ranked sixth in the ACC with 1.6 
steals per game ... led the Terps and ranked seventh in the league with 4.0 assists per contest ... ranked 
tenth in the ACC in assist-to-tumover ratio (1 .36) . . . became the eighth Terrapin in the last 20 years to lead 
the team in assists and steals . . . scored in double figures 1 9 times and recorded at least three steals on 1 
occasions ... tallied 10 points and grabbed a team-high six rebounds against Boston College in the ACC 
Toumament (March 10) ... connected on 9-of-lO free throws en route to 15 points against Georgia Tech 
in ACC Tournament (March 9) ... recorded a career-high eight rebounds and posted six points and five 
assists at Florida State (Feb. 22) ... played a career-high 44 minutes against Georgia Tech (Feb. 18) and 
finished with 12 points, six assists, five rebounds, and four steals ... recorded 12 points and four assists 
against Duke (Feb. 1 1 ) . . . scored a career-high 1 9 points against Virginia (Feb. 7) . . . tallied a team-high 14 
points at N.C. State (Feb. 5) ... posted 14 points, five rebounds, and three steals against North Carolina 
(Feb. 2) ... recorded a game-high eight assists against Virginia Tech (Jan. 21) ... scored 14 points and 
finished with three assists against Miami (Jan. 7) ... scored a team-high 16 points in 20 minutes against 
VMI (Dec. 31) ... scored 13 points and dished out four assists in 24 minutes against Western Carolina 
(Dec. 7) ... finished with 14 points, five assists, and four steals against Minnesota (Nov 30) ... recorded 
his first career double-double with 12 points and 12 assists against Nichols State (Nov. 27) ... scored 16 
points and finished with 4 assists and three rebounds against Gonzaga (Nov 21). 






STRAWBERRY'S CAREER STATISTICS 

Year G-GS Min-Avg FG-A Pet 3FG-A Pet FT-A 



2003-04 
2004-05 



31-3 620-20.0 68-139 ,489 



6-22 ,273 50- 95 .526 35-52 



14-3 300-21.4 34- 78 ,436 



7-26 ,269 25- 41 



Pet Off-Def Reb-Avg PF-FO Ast TO BIk StI Pts-Avg 

47 18 51 192-6.2 
3 24 100-7.1 



87-2.8 



66-2 



41 



.610 



3-20 



23-1.6 



25-0 



29 28 



2005-06 32-32 988-30.9 112-261 .429 22-62 .355 83-121 



.686 



27-82 



109-3.4 



91-3 128 94 12 58 329-10.3 



Career 



77-38 1908-24.8 214-478 .448 35-110 .318 158-257 .615 65-154 



219-2.8 



182-5 198 169 33 133 621-8.1 



STRAWBERRY'S ACC STATISTICS 

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

2003-04 16-3 319-19.9 37-80 .463 



2004-05 



3-1 67-22.3 



8-21 .381 



0-5 .000 



FT-A Pet. OR-DR Reb-Avg. PF-D Ast To BIk St Pts.-Avg. 

6 29 99-6.2 
21-7.0 



2-11 .182 23-49 ,469 20-22 



42-2.6 



33-0 25 



29 



5-8 ,625 



2-4 



6-2.0 



6-0 







2005-06 16-16 563-33.5 54-139 .388 10-35 ,286 44-64 



.688 



1641 



57-3.6 



52-0 54 



54 



Career 



35-20 949-27 99-240 .413 12-51 .235 72-121 .595 



6 26 162-10.1 



38-67 



105-3.0 



91 



STRAWBERRY'S NCAA TOURNAMENT STATISTICS 

Year GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-A Pet. 3P-A Pet. FT-A Pet. OR-DR Reb-Avg. 



82 92 



6 62 282-8.1 



2003-04 



2-0 40-20,0 5-12 ,417 



1-2 ,500 



4-6 



.667 



6-2 



8-4.0 



PF-D Ast To BIk St Pts.-Avg. 



5-0 



15-7,5 



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.MEN'S BASKETBALL «' 



STRAWBERRY'S 
CAREER HIGHS 

Category # Opponent/Date 


POINTS 


19 


vs. Virginia (2/7/06) 


REBOUNDS 


8 


at Florida State (2/22/06) 


FG 


7 


(3x) last vs. Gonzaqa (11/21/05) 


FGA 


15 


vs. North Carolina (2/2/06) 


3FG 


3 


vs. UNCAsheville (12/12/04) 


3 FGA 


6 


(2x) last vs. Virginia (2/7/06) 


FT 


9 


vs. Georgia Tech-ACC (3/9/06) 


FTA 


11 


at Virginia (2/4/04) 


ASSISTS 


12 


vs. Nicholls State (11/27/05) 


BLOCKS 


2 


(6x) last vs. Georgia Tecti-ACC (3/9/06) 


STEALS 


4 


(8x) last vs. Georgia Tech (2/18/06) 


MINUTES 


44 


vs. Georgia Tech (2/18/06) 





AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2004-05: 

Played in 14 games, starting three, before being sidelined by injury for 
the final 1 8 games . . . tore tiis right ACL while making a cut in practice . . . 
started three of the four games prior to suffering a season-ending knee 
injury in practice on Jan. 1 7 . . . averaged 21 .4 minutes per appearance 
. . . recorded multiple steals in eight of his 14 games played ... was one 
of six Terps in double figures (11 points) in the overtime win over Florida 
State in ACC opener (Dec. 19) ... made a crucial steal and bucket to 
give Maryland its first lead in overtime against the Seminoles ... also 
had four boards against FSU and a career-high tying four steals ... 
registered two assists in nine of the Terps' first 1 1 games . . . registered 
1 3 points on 5-for-5 shooting, including a 3-for-3 effort from behind the 
arc, in 17 minutes against UNC Asheville ... also contributed three 
steals and three assists in the game .. . scored in double figures in the 
first two games of the season, with 11 points vs. Jackson State (Nov 
19) and 13 vs. li^ercer (Nov 23) ... netted double-digits in five of the 
first eight games of the season. 

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2003-04: 

Saw action in 31 games and led all Ten'apin 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 six rebounds in 22 minutes during 
his NCAA Tournament debut vs. UTEP (March 18) ... tied a then career- 
high by playing 30 minutes vs. Wake Forest in the ACC Quarterfinals 
(March 12), and went 6-for-6 at the free throw line for nine points ... 
netted 15 points on 7-for-9 shooting and added five boards, two blocks 
and three steals vs. Clemson (Feb. 24) ... contributed nine points, 
two assists and four steals at Duke (Feb. 22) ... hit double figures in 
scoring vs. Georgia Tech (Feb. 19) with 10 points in only 17 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 17 
points on 7-of-8 field goals, including a 2-for-2 performance from long 
range at home vs. Pepperdine (Dec. 14) ... filled in at the point guard 
posifion 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 winning moments set Maryland up for the victory ... named 
ACC Rookie of the Week on Dec, 16 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 17 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 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 Mon- 
archs took on St. Vincent's-St. Mary's as a senior . . . held James to .333 
field-goal shoofing, including an O-for-8 3-point shooting performance 
... also forced James into seven turnovers ... scored 12 points as a 
participant in Balfimore's Charm City Challenge with Terrapin team- 
mates 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. 

PERSONAL: 

D.J. Eugene Strawberry . . . born June 1 5, 1 985 .. . son of Lisa Watkins 
and former Major League Baseball player Darryl Strawberry ... has two 
brothers, Jordan Strawberry (9) and Jesse Watkins (5) . . . also has four 
sisters. Diamond (17), Jade (8) and Jewel Strawberry (4) and Faith 
Watkins (7) ... interests include baseball and video games ... lists the 
Washington Wizards as his favorite NBA team and Michael Jordan as 
his favorite professional basketball player ... 




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2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACCCHAMPIONS^ 



27 SPORTS L 



STRAWBERRY 2005-06 GAME-BY-GAME 

OPPONENT MIN FG-A 3FG-A FT-A 0-D-R PF A TO BLK S 


TP 


FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 


23- 


24 


^0 


2-3 


0-1-1 











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6 


vs Gonzaga" 


35- 


7-10 


2-2 


0-1 


1-2-3 








1 


2 


16 


« Cfiaminade' 


20' 


3-8 


1-1 


2-2 


1-M 








1 


4 


9 


vs Artansas' 


17" 


1-3 


0-1 


1-3 


1-0-1 











1 


3 


NICHOLLS STATE 


25- 


5< 


M 


2-3 


1-2-3 




12 







3 


12 


MINNESOTA'/. 


33- 


5-9 


1-1 


3-3 


0-1-1 











4 


14 


v5 George WashingtonS 


34- 


4-10 


0-1 


2-5 


1-2-3 








1 


2 


10 


WESTERN CAROLINA 


24' 


34 


1-1 


W 


0-2-2 











1 


13 


BOSTON COLLEGE 


27- 


1-6 


0-1 


24 


0-1-1 











2 


4 


AMERICAN 


28' 


4^ 


1-3 


Ml 


0-5-5 











2 


9 


DELAWARE STATl 


36- 


3-9 


14 


14 


14-5 











1 


10 


VMI 


20- 


6-7 


1-2 


34 


1-0-1 











2 


16 


TEXAS ASM-CC 


26' 


6-11 


2-2 


0-1 


14-5 











3 


14 


al Miami 


36- 


5-10 


0-1 


4-7 


M-0 











1 


14 


alOuke 


27- 


3-7 


M 


W) 


1-1-2 











1 


E 


WAKE FOREST 


29- 


5-7 


2-2 


6-7 


1-J4 











3 


18 


VIRGINWTECH 


31' 


2-6 


0-2 


0-1 


1-34 








1 


1 


4 


at Georgia Tech 


3S' 


2-9 


0-2 


4-5 


(M4 











3 


8 


at Temple 


26- 


IM 


0-1 


0-2 


1-34 

















NORTH CAROLINA 


34- 


6-15 


1-3 


1-3 


2-3-5 








1 


3 


14 


al NC State 


37- 


5-13 


2-6 


2-6 


1-2-3 











1 


14 


VIRGINIA 


35- 


6-13 


2-6 


5-5 


1-34 








1 





19 


DUKE 


33- 


4-11 


1-3 


34 


0-2-2 














12 


al Clemson 


30- 


4-11 


1-2 


1-2 


2-24 











2 


10 


GEORGIA TECH 


44' 


3-7 


0-2 


U 


2-3-5 








1 


4 


12 


at Flonda Slate 


36' 


1-5 


0-1 


4-6 


1-7-8 








1 





6 


at North Carolina 


34- 


2-7 


1-1 


44 


3-3^ 








1 


2 


9 


MIAMI 


34- 


14 


0-2 


24 


14-5 














4 


at Virginia 


33- 


4-8 


0-1 


M 


(WH) 











3 


8 


vs Georgia Tecri# 


34- 


U 


0-1 


9-10 


0-3-3 








2 


3 


15 


vs Boslon College* 


33- 


2-9 


2-3 


4^ 


24-6 


5 






' 


1 


10 


MANHATTAN® 


38- 


4-14 


(M 


24 


0-3-3 


2 






1 


1 


10 


•Starter, "Maui Invitalional 


%-ACC/Big 10 Challenge, S-BBST Classic: MCC ToumameiH § 


Postseason NIT 


STRAWBERRY'S 2004-05 GAME-BY-GAME 

OPPONENT MIN FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF A TO BLK S TP 


JACKSON STATE 


26 


3^ 


24 


34 


0-2-2 




3 


2 


1 


2 


11 


MERCER 


20 


4-5 


1-2 


4-5 


0*0 




4 


3 





2 


13 


vs Memphis 


21 


2-5 


0-1 


2-2 


0-2-2 




2 


2 





3 


8 


at Wisconsin 


24 


14 


0^1 


0^1 


0-1-1 




2 











2 


vs George Mason 


21 


2-7 


0-1 


3-5 


WM 




1 


2 





1 


7 


vs George Washington 


27 


4-8 


0-2 


2-6 


0-2-2 




2 


5 


1 


3 


10 


UNC ASHEVILLE 


17 


5-5 


3-3 


M 


1-2-3 




3 


2 


1 


3 


13 


FLORIDA STATE 


31 


3* 


0-1 


5* 


2-24 




2 


4 





4 


It 


AMERICAN 


16 


1-2 


1-2 


1-2 


0-2-2 




3 


3 








4 


LIBERTY 


20 


3^ 


9-3 


1-3 


0*0 




3 











7 


MOUNT ST MARTS 


20- 


04 


0-2 


2-2 


0-2-2 




1 








1 


2 


al North Carolina 


18 


4« 


0-1 


M 


0-1-1 







3 





2 


8 


al Wake Forest 


18- 


1-5 


0-3 


W) 


0-1-1 




1 


2 





1 


2 


TEMPLE 


21 ■ 


0-3 


0-1 


24 


0*3 




2 








2 


2 


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•Starter, %-ACC/Big 10 Challenge: S-BBST Classic: MCC Toumsmcnl, §-Piistseasm NIT 


STRAWBERRY'S 2003-04 GAME-BY-GAME 

OPPONENT MIN FG-A 3FG-A FT-A O-D-R PF A TO BLK S TP 


AMERICAN 


17 


H 


0-1 


1-2 


14-5 


1 


1 










7 


GEORGE MASON 


18 


4-7 


0-2 


1-2 


044 


2 


4 




2 


4 


9 


HOFSTRA 


19 


1-1 


M 


U 


0-1-1 










1 


3 


5 


WISCONSIN 


26 


14 


0-1 


1-2 


2-3-5 










2 


4 


3 


vs Gonzaga 


14 


0-2 


0-1 


24 


0-2-2 


2 










2 


2 


vs WestWrgina 


15 


1-2 


M 


1-2 


0-3-3 


5 






1 


1 


3 


at Flonda 


26 


2-6 


M 


1-3 


1-34 


4 






1 


2 


5 


PEPPERDINE 


23 


7-8 


2-2 


1-1 


1*1 


1 






1 


1 


17 


UNC-GREENSBORO 


17 


3-3 


M 


3-6 


2-1-3 


1 









2 


9 


al Flonda Slate 


26 


3-9 


1-3 


0-2 


1-34 


1 









2 


7 


MT ST MARTS 


18 


14 


0-1 


34 


0-1-1 


4 









1 


5 


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NO CAROLINA 


14 


0-1 


00 


M 


0*0 


1 















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15 


2-3 


M 


14 


1-2 


3 






1 


1 


5 


DUKE 


24 


14 


M 


Ml 


2-24 


4 






2 





2 


al Clemson 


21 


0-1 


Ml 


1-2 


0-2-2 












2 


1 


at Wake Forest 


12 


1-2 


0-1 


1-2 


0*fl 


1 









2 


3 


NC STATE 


11 


2-2 


M 


W) 


0-1-1 


1 












4 


atVirgina 


28 


2-7 


0-1 


5-11 


2-3-5 













3 


9 


FLORIDA STATE 


19 


U 


0-1 


4-4 


4-1-5 


4 







1 


2 


12 


at North Carolina 


18 


3-9 


0-1 


2-3 


3-14 


3 










4 


8 


GEORGIA TECH 


17 


4-9 


0-1 


2-6 


3-14 


2 










1 


10 


at Duke 


28 


3-7 


1-1 


2-2 


2*2 


2 









4 


9 


CLEMSON 


30' 


7-9 


M 


1-3 


2-3-5 


3 






2 


3 


15 


WAKE FOREST 


24' 


1-2 


0-0 


24 


0*0 


3 









3 


4 


at NC State 


15' 


1-2 


0-1 


2-3 


0-3-3 


3 









1 


4 


VIRGINA 


17 


3-5 


0-1 


0-1 


0*0 


2 









1 


E 


vs. Wake Forest* 


30 


1-3 


1-1 


64 


1-1-2 


1 






1 





9 


vsNC State* 


22 


2-3 


W) 


0-2 


14-5 


5 







1 


1 


4 


vs, Duke * 


IE 


M 


M 


M 


0-1-1 


2 
















vs UTEP! 


22 


34 


0-1 


34 


5-1-6 


3 













9 


vs Syracuse I 


18 


2-5 


1-1 


1-2 


1-1-2 


2 








2 


1 


6 


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2006-07 MARYLAN 
.MEN'S BASKETBALL 



JAMES GIST ^^^ 

6-8 • 223 • JUNIOR, 2V * FORWARD 
SILVER SPRING, MD. ^:=z= 
GOOD COUNSEL = 





ON GIST: 

An ACC All-Defensive Team nominee ... has appeared in 63 games as a Terrapin ... earned 23 starts 
dunng his first two years ... his 82 career blocked shots rank 16th all-time at Maryland ... returns as the 
team's second-leading rebounder ... a long and lean athlete who is explosive off the floor ... an excellent 
finisher who excels in transition ... has the ability to use his quickness to cover smaller players, and has 
length to challenge taller opponents. 

WILLIAMS ON GIST: 

"James had a very good sophomore year and continues to progress in our program. He can be a real 
impact player in the ACC and I expect this to be a breakout year for him." 

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2005-05: 

Made 21 starts and appeared in 32 games dunng his sophomore campaign . . , started 1 5 of the team's final 
1 7 games ... led the team and ranked fifth in the ACC with 1 .59 blocked shots per game , . . posted 51 blocked 
shots last season, the seventh-best total for a sophomore in school history . . , averaged 8.4 points and 4.8 
rebounds as a sophomore ... grabbed at least five rebounds in 19 games ... tallied two double-doubles ... 
scored in double figures 1 3 times . . . tied his career high with five blocked shots against Manhattan (March 
18) ... led the Terrapins in scoring with 14 points, and tallied five rebounds, three blocked shots, and two 
steals against Boston College in the ACC Tournament (March 10) ... recorded his second double-double 
of the season with 1 2 points and a career-high 1 2 rebounds against Georgia Tech (Feb, 1 8) . . . secured his 
first career double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds against Duke (Feb. 11) ... led Maryland with a 
career-high four assists against Virginia (Feb. 7) ... recorded 13 points, five rebounds, and three blocked 
shots in 22 minutes against North Carolina State (Feb. 5) ... tallied a team-high nine rebounds and recorded 
11 points against North Carolina (Feb. 2) ... pumped in 13 points and grabbed six rebounds against Wake 
Forest (Jan. 15) ... finished 4-of-4 from the field for eight points with three rebounds, two assists, and three 
blocked shots at Miami (Jan. 7) ... posted 11 points, seven rebounds, two blocks, and one steal against 
George Washington (Dec. 5) ... tallied five blocked shots and recorded five rebounds to go with six points 
in 17 minutes against Nichols State (Nov 27) ... started the season 11-of-11 from the free throw line. 

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2004-05: 

Saw action in 31 of 32 games in his rookie season, drawing two starts ... averaged 6.2 points per game 
while hitting at a team-leading .493 from the field . , . averaged 3.9 rebounds per game . . . totaled 31 blocks, 
good enough for third on the squad ... totaled 10 multi-rejection games and had 19 games of at least one 
blocked shot ... reached double-figures in scoring six times, including three of his final five appearances 
of the season ... paced six Terps in double figures with 15 points in the Terrapins' NIT win over Davidson 
(Mar. 23) ... put forth a 7-for-7 effort at the line vs. the Wildcats and added seven rebounds ... led team 
in scoring in his second career start, netting 18 points at Virginia Tech 6-of-8 FG, 6-of-6 FT) ... came off 
the bench to score eight points with seven boards in 19 minutes against No. 2 North Carolina at home 



GIST'S CAREER STATISTICS 

Year_ G-G S Min-Avg FG-A Pet 3FG-A 

2004-05 






31-2 533-17.2 72-146 .493 



Pet FT-A Pet Off-Def Reb-Avg PF-FO Ast TO BIk StI Pts-Avg 



M .-000 47-76 .618 39-83 



122-3.9 



56-0 15 39 31 24 191-6.2 



2005-06 32-21 708-22.1 101-206 .490 


0-1 


.000 


66-98 


.673 


62-93 


155-4,8 


77-2 


37 
52 


45 
84 


51 
82 


27 
51 


268-8.4 


Career 63-23 1241-19.7 173-352 .491 


0-2 


.000 


113-174 


.649 


101-176 


277-4.4 


133-2 


459-7.3 


GIST'S ACC STATISTICS 

Year 6P-GS Min.-Avg. FG-A Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 



2004-05 



16-2 264-16.5 35-72 .486 



0-0 .000 26-46 .565 13-37 



50-3.1 



31-0 



16 14 



96-6.0 



2005-06 16-11 390-24.4 55-109 .505 



0-0 .000 2844 



.636 



26-53 



79-4.9 



46-1 



19 27 24 11 138-8.6 



Career 



32-13 654-20.4 90-181 .497 



0-0 .000 54-90 



.600 



39-90 



129-4.0 



77-1 



26 43 38 20 234-7.3 



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2004 ACCXHAMPIONS 



27 SPORTS 



GIST'S CAREER HIGHS 

Cateqorv # OoDonent/Date 


POINTS 


18 


at Virqinia Tech (3/5/05) 


REBOUNDS 


12 


vs. Georgia Tech (2/18/06) 


FG 


8 


vs. Chaminade (11/22/05) 


FGA 


16 


vs. Duke (2/11/06) 


3FG 







3 FGA 


1 


(2x) last vs. TAMU-CC (1/4/06) 


FT 


7 


vs. Davidson-NIT (3/23/05) 


FTA 


8 


(2x) last vs. Manhattan-NIT (3/18/06) 


ASSISTS 


4 


vs. Virqinia (2/7/06) 


BLOCKS 


5 


(2x) last vs. Manhattan-NIT (3/18/06) 


STEALS 


4 


vs. Mount St. MaiVs (1/4/05) 


MINUTES 


34 


(2x) last vs. Georgia Tech (2/18/06) 


1 



(Feb. 27) ... contributed six points and six rebounds in 17 minutes at 
NC State (Feb. 16) ... first collegiate start came in home victory over 
Virginia Tech (Feb. 8) ... registered eight points, seven rebounds 
and two blocks against the Hokies at Comcast Center ... recorded 
14 points on 7-for-12 shooting and grabbed a career-high tying eight 
rebounds against Liberty (Dec. 28) ... netted 11 points and collected 
seven rebounds and a career-high tying four blocks in a career-high 
31 minutes in the Terps' overtime win over Florida State (Dec. 19) ... 
scored 12 points on 6-for-7 shooting against George Washington in 
the Championship game of the BB&T Classic (Dec. 5) ... contributed 
six points, five rebounds and two blocks in only 1 6 minutes vs. George 
IVIason in BB&T Semifinal (Dec. 4) ... registered seven points with 
several dynamic dunks in the Terps' win over Memphis (Nov. 26) ... 
posted his first career game in double figures with 10 points against 
Mercer (Nov. 23) in his second career game. 

AT GOOD COUNSEL 

HIGH SCHOOL: 

Team captain and starting power fonward 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 18-12 record 
... earned third team All-Met honors by the Washington Post ... named 
to the all-tournament teams at the Bullis Holiday Classic and the Hoot- 
ers 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 varsity squad, becoming Good Counsel's all-time leader ... a 
participant in Baltimore's Charm City Challenge in AprI 2004, sconng 
eight points to go along with seven rebounds and three steals 
participated in the Jordan Capital Classic Regional game at Comcast 
Center later that month, netting 11 points and grabbing seven boards 
,, high school coach was Tim McKenna. 

PERSONAL: 

James C. Gist III ... born Oct. 26, 1986 ... son of Linda and James C. 
Gist, Jr. . . . has two sisters. Jasmine Komegay (22) and Gloria Gist (14) 
, . interests include movies, playing the piano and traveling . . . member 
of the Black Student Association in high school . . . perfonned volunteer 
work at soup kitchens and for the Special Olympics ... majoring in 
letters and sciences. 







GIST 2005-06 GAME-BY-GAME 

OPPONENT MIN FG-A 3FG-A FT-A 0-D-R PF 


A 


TO 


BU< 


S 


TP 


FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 


2V 


4-11 


00 


44 5-1-6 




2 







3 


12 


rt Gonzaqa* 


20- 


2-5 


00 


M 2-5-7 




1 







1 


10 


vs. Chaminade^ 


24- 


8-15 


00 


0-0 3M 




1 


2 




1 


16 


vs A/lQnsas* 


26- 


5.9 


00 


1-1 3-2-5 




1 


1 




2 


11 


NICHOaS STATE 


17- 


a 


00 


0-2 3.2-5 















6 


MINNESOTA% 


15 


0-2 


00 


24 01-1 







1 




1 


2 


j3 Georqe WashinqtonS 


2F 


4-5 


00 


34 43-7 




2 


3 




1 


11 


WESTERN CAROUNA 


10 


14 


00 


24 1-0-1 












1 


4 


BOSTON COU.EGE 


17 


24 


00 


2-5 01-1 















6 


AMERICAN 


16 


2-3 


00 


2-2 1-34 










2 


6 


DELAWARE STATE 


21 


1-2 


00 


M 3.2-5 













8 


VMI 


15 


U 


00 


34 14-5 













9 


TEXAS ASIKC 


22 


4-7 


01 


00 347 










1 


8 


atM^mi 


20 


44 


00 


00 0« 













8 


at Duke 


22 


2-2 


00 


34 01-1 










1 


7 


WAKE FOREST 


26' 


6-10 


00 


1-3 1-M 













13 


VIRGINWTECH 


28- 


M 


00 


1-1 2+6 













11 


atGeorqiaTech 


20- 


3-7 


00 


44 2-24 










2 


10 


at Temple 


16- 


0-1 


00 


00 01-1 
















NORTH CAROUNA 


28 


4-11 


00 


34 45-9 










1 


11 


at NC Stale 


22- 


6-11 


00 


1-2 3-2-5 










1 


13 


VIRGINIA 


30- 


2-8 


00 


34 02-2 













1 


DUKE 


26' 


6-16 


00 


1-3 7-3-10 










2 


13 


alCleiBson 


34- 


3^ 


00 


24 044 










1 


8 


GEORGIA TECH 


34' 


4^ 


00 


46 3-9-12 










1 


12 


at RotKla State 


ir 


1-1 


00 


00 OOO 










1 


2 


atNorttiC^ina 


31- 


2-7 


00 


34 2-5-7 










1 


7 


MIAMI 


22 


3-5 


00 


00 044 













6 


atVinjrnia 


19' 


2-3 


00 


00 2-3.5 













4 


vs Georqia Tedi« 


20- 


2-5 


00 


00 24* 










1 


4 


vs Boston Colleqe* 


28- 


5-10 


00 


47 41-5 










2 


14 


MANHATTAN® 


21- 


24 


00 


M 1-7-8 














9 




m 


GIST'S 2004-05 GAME-BY-GAME 

OPPONENT MIN FGA 3F&.A FT-A 0^)-R PF A 


TO 


BU( 


s 


TP 


JACKSON STATE 


19 


2-3 


00 


38 14-5 




1 






1 


7 


MERCER 


19 


4-9 


00 


2-2 2-1-3 











2 


1U 


vs Mertiphis 


23 


34 


00 


1-2 14-5 











1 




at Wisconsin 


9 


00 


00 


1-2 1*1 
















vs. Georqe Mason 


16 


34 


00 


00 14-5 




2 











vs George Wasliinqton 


20 


6-7 


00 


00 2-24 














12 


UNCASHEVIU-E 


14 


14 


00 


2-2 3.2-5 




1 











aORIDA STATE 


31 


48 


00 


3-7 1-6-7 




1 






2 


11 


AMERICAN 


20 


2-5 


00 


00 2-5-7 




2 






1 




LIBERTY 


20 


7-12 


01 


00 44-5 














14 


MOUNT ST MARY'S 


13 


1-3 


00 


00 1-7-8 











4 




at Nonti Carolina 


23 


34 


00 


34 1-1-2 




1 









9 


at Wake Forest 


15 


34 


00 


24 1-1-2 














8 


TEMPLE 


21 


2-5 


00 


24 2-24 




1 






1 


6 


VIRGINA 


8 


2-2 


00 


00 1-1-2 











1 


4 


NC STATE 


16 


2-3 


00 


47 0-1-1 














8 


at Duke 


3 


0-1 


00 


1-2 1-0-1 














1 


GEORGIA TECH 


7 


0-1 


00 


1-2 1-01 














1 


alClemson 


20 


38 


00 


02 044 














6 


at Mami 


23 


2-5 


00 


1-3 OJ-3 




1 






2 


5 


VIRGINA TEC H 


27* 


48 


00 


00 2-5-7 




1 






1 


8 


DUKE 


12 


04 


00 


2-2 M-1 















2 


al NC State 


17 


2-6 


00 


2-3 240 




1 










6 


alViraina 


2 


W) 


00 


00 000 


















CLEMSON 


17 


0-2 


00 


14 02-2 




1 







1 


1 


NORTH CAROLINA 


19 


48 


00 


00 2-5-7 




1 







1 


8 




24 


fre 


00 


a 1-34 









2 


1 


18 


vs ClemsonS 


dn[Hnj 




















ORAL ROBERTS a 


19 


2-7 


00 


34 2-24 









2 


1 


7 


DAVIDSON @ 


26 


4-5 


00 


7-7 1-6-7 




1 







1 


15 


^m 


12 


0-1 


00 


01 1-34 










2 


1 





vs Soutti Carolina @ 


18 


05 


00 


00 2-0-2 







1 


I 


2 


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2006-07 MARYLAND 
.MEN'S BASKETBALL 



DAVE NEAL ~ 

6-7 • 245 • SOPH., IV • FORWARD 

MCLEAN, VA. ^^z^ 



BISHOP DENIS J. OXONNEtL- 





ON NEAL: 

Contributed as a backup during his freshman season and will vie for increased playing time in the frontcourt 
... provides the Terrapins with a physical presence up front ... has a soft touch around the rim and can 
score in a variety of ways ... crashes both the offensive and defensive glass. 

WILLIAMS ON NEAL: 

"Dave helped us in a backup role last season and I know he's worked hard to continue his development as 
a player. He'll continue to contribute up front and has put himself In position to earn more playing time." 

AS A FRESHMAN: 

Appeared In 13 games during 2005-06 ... averaged 1.0 points and 0.6 rebounds per game last season 
... saw first-half action against North Carolina (Feb. 2) and N.C. State (Feb. 5) ... made his first career 
appearance In an ACC game against Duke (Jan. 11) and finished with two points, a rebound, and a steal 
... scored a personal-best seven points In seven minutes against VMI (Dec. 31) ... went 2-for-2 from the 
foul line in four minutes against Western Carolina (Dec. 7) . . . recorded two rebounds in a six-minute stretch 
against Chamlnade (Nov. 22) ... scored his first collegiate points and grabbed a rebound In five minutes 
against Fairleigh Dickinson (Nov 18) In the season opener. 

AT BISHOP O'CONNELL: 

starred at Bishop O'Connell in Ariington, Va.. for four years, participating In 116 career victories (29 wins 
per season) ... averaged 20.2 points per game and 13.3 rebounds as a senior in leading O'Connell to a 
31-3 record ... named MVP of the prestigious Alhambra Catholic Invitational Tournament In Cumberland, 
Md. and the MVP of the Virginia state tournament as a senior . . . earned first team All-Met honors from the 
Washington Post and was a unanimous first team Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) all- 
league choice In his final season ...helped squad to the 2004 WCAC championship as a junior ... credited 
with seven game-winning shots in his career ... high school teammate and classmate of Marcus GInyard, 
who he and the Terps will face at North Carolina ... high school coach was Joe Wootten. 

PERSONAL: 

David Allen Neal . . . born June 5, 1 986 ... son of Kathy and David Neal ... has one sister, Mackenzie (20) 
and a brother, Justin (17) ... member of SADD (Students Against Driving Drunk) and the Ambassador 
program in high school ... favorite pro basketball player is Dirk Nowitski ... lifelong dream to be a Terrapin 
... majoring In letters and sciences. 





1 1 ii M 1 1 1 1 



NEAL'S CAREER STATISTICS 

Year G-6S Min-Avg FG-A Pet 3FG-A 


Pet 


FT-A 


Pet 


Off-Def 


Reb-Avg 


PF-FO 


Ast 


TO 


BIk 


StI 


Pts-Avg 


2005-06 13-0 44-3,4 5-16 .313 


1-2 


.500 


2-2 


1.000 


3-4 


7-0.5 


5-0 


1 


3 





1 


13-1.0 


NEAL'S ACC STATISTICS 

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


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2005-06 4-0 5-1.3 1-2 .500 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-1 


1-0.3 


0-0 


0-0 





2 





1-0.5 



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2004 ACCCHAMPIONS 



NEAL 2005-06 GAME-BY-GAME 

OPPONENT MIN fG-t 3FG-A FT-A 0-D-R PF A TO BLK S TP 



MEAL'S CAREER HIGHS 

Category # ODDonent/Date 


POINTS 


7 


vs. VMI (12/31) 


REBOUNDS 


2 


vs. Chaminade (11/22) 


FG 


3 


vs. VMI (12/31) 


FGA 


4 


vs. FD(11/18) 


3FG 


1 


vs. VMI (12/31) 


3 FGA 


1 


(2x) last at North Carolina (2/26) 


FT 


2 


vs. Western Carolina (12/7) 


FTA 


2 


vs. Western Carolina (12/7) 


ASSISTS 


1 


vs. VMI (12/31) 


BLOCKS 







STEALS 


1 


at Duke (1/11) 


MINUTES 


7 


(2x)lastvs. VMI (12/31) 





FA,R,c:Gi DICKINSON 5 


1-4 


0-0 


0-0 


1-0-1 


? 











1) 


? 


.■; Gcnzaqa' 


0» 


M 


0^) 


M 


0*0 




















/5 Ciammade' 


6 


W) 


M 


M 


0-2-2 


2 





1 








1! 


vs Arkansas' 


dntHxl 
















, 






NICHOLLS STATE 


7 


M 


M 


W) 


WWI 




















MINNESOTA"/, 


dn(wd 






















vs George WashinqtonS dnfrtd 


WESTERN CAROLINA 


4 


0-1 


M 


2-2 


0-1-1 


1 














? 


BOSTON COLLEGE 


dnfHaJ 






















AMERICAN 


5 


0-2 


M 


00 


WMI 




















DELAWARE STATE 


dnM 






















VMI 


7 


M 


1-1 


M 


1-0-1 





1 











7 


TEXAS A&M-CC 


3 


0-1 


M 


M 


1-0-1 




















al Miami 


dnp-cd 






















al Duke 


2 


1-1 


Ofl 


M 


0-1-1 








1 





1 


? 


WAKE FOREST 


dniKxl 






















VIRGINIA TECH 


dniKXI 






















alGeofqiaTedt 


dnM 






















al Temple 


dn[Kd 






















NORTH CAROLINA 


1 


M 


M 


M 


000 








1 











al NC Stale 


1 


W) 


M 


M 


ooo 




















VIRGINW 


dnp-cd 






















DUKE 


dnp-cd 






















at Clemsai 


dniKd 






















GEORGWTECH 


dnp^ 






















al Flonda State 


dnfrtd 






















al No* Carolina 


1 


0-1 


0-1 


M 


ooo 




















MWKII 


dnM 






















al Wrqinia 


dnpod 






















vs Georgia TecWf 


2 


M 


00 


M 


MM) 




















vs Boston Co)le<)e# 


dnp<d 






















MANHAnANg 


dnpKd 






















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2006-07 MARYLAND 
.MEN'S BASKETBALL 



JEROME BURNEYz 



6-9 • 210 • FRESHMA N. HS^FORWAB S 

ATLANTA, GA. 

WESTLAKE 





ON BURNEY: 

Athletic forward wtio gives the Terrapins versatility along the front line ... tenacious defender who can 
match-up with smaller opponents . . . proficient at blocking shots ... runs the floor well for a player his size 
... attacks the glass at both ends of the floor 

WILLIAMS ON BURNEY: 

"Jerome Is raw offensively but really gets after you defensively and works hard at rebounding the basketball. 
He has the ability to match up with taller players, but has the quickness to cover small guys as well." 

AT WESTLAKE HIGH SCHOOL: 

Earned four letters under head coach Darren Rogers ... finished his career at Westlake High School as 
the school's all-time leader in blocked shots (570) ... team co-captain his final two years at Westlake ... 
tallied 15 triple-doubles during his high school career ... averaged 12.0 points, 11.0 rebounds, and 10.0 
blocks per game as a senior ... led the Lions to a 32-1 record and a runner-up finish in the state Class 
4A Championships ... recorded a school-record 18 blocked shots against Redan High during his senior 
campaign ... earned first team all-region honors as a senior ... garnered Second Team Class 4A All-State 
plaudits from the Atlanta Journal Constitution ... named Second Team Class 4A All-State by the Georgia 
Sports Writers Association . . . selected to the Peach State Holiday Classic All-Star team in 2004 and 2005 
. . . finished with six points, five rebounds, and five blocks in 1 6 minutes In the Charm City Challenge All-Star 
Classic ... helped the Lions post a 274 record as a junior ... averaged 14.0 points, 11.0 rebounds, and 
6.0 blocks per contest in 2004-05. 

PERSONAL: 

Jerome Anthony Burney Jr . . . bom January 1 1 , 1 988 ... son of Toni and Jerome Burney . . . oldest of three 
withbrothers Joshua (17) and Jonathan (3) ... member of the Men of Westlake in high school ... enjoys 
video games and drawing in his spare time. 






27 SPORTS 



ERIC HAYES 



6-3 • 1 75 • FRESHMAN, HS^GUARP 

DUMFRIES, VA. 

POTOMAC 




ON HAYES: 

A steady hand at ttie point guard position who can execute a half-court set or guide the fast break . . . displays 
range on his jump shot past the three-point line . . , brings athleticism to the point guard position . . has the 
ability to anticipate and deliver the ball with precision to teammates. 

WILLIAMS ON HAYES: 

"Eric played for his father who was a very successful high school coach. He sees the game really well as 
a point guard and is a great athlete at that position." 

AT POTOMAC HIGH SCHOOL: 

Capped a stellar four-year career at Potomac high school with a record of 100-9, including a mark of 79-3 
his last three seasons ... played for his father Kendall, and guided the Panthers to an undefeated regular 
season (22-0) as a senior before losing in the regional semifinals ... team captain and team MVP as a junior 
and senior . . . earned 3A First-Team All-State honors and First-Team All-Met honors from the Washington 
Post . . . named First-Team All-Area by the Potomac News . . . garnered Blackhawk Christmas Tournament 
MVP honors ... finished his career with 1,698 points ... scored 20 or more points on 14 occasions ... 
averaged 21.3 points, as a senior and connected on 71 three-pointers ... connected on 86-percent of his 
free throws as a senior ... tallied a season-high 40 points against Forest Park ... averaged 18.9 points, 5.0 
rebounds, 2.7 seals, and 6.4 assists as a junior, leading the Panthers to a 26-1 record ... named district 
MVP as a junior ... tallied 1 2.3 points, 7.6 assists, 2.5 steals, and 3.5 rebounds as a sophomore . . . earned 
Second-Team Cedar Run All-District plaudits as a freshman after averaging 1 0.5 points and 4.4 assists per 
game . . . earned first-team All-District honors as a freshman in football. 

PERSONAL: 

Eric Kendall Hayes ... bom February 26, 1987 ... son of Nan and Kendall Hayes ... has two sisters, 
Sarah (21) and Hannah (12) ... enjoys movies, music, and sports in his free time ... lists Steve Nash as 
his favorite athlete. 





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-MENlgBASKETBALL ^"^ 



LANDON MILBOURNEE 

6-7 • 205 • FBESMAN, HS« FORWARD" 
ROSWELL, GA. ^^=z== 

OAK HILL ACADEMY- = 




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ON MILBOURNE: 

Excellent wing player who can score and rebound ,,, has a 37-inch vertical jump ... an inside-outside 
player who can score in the paint or shoot from beyond the arc ... a true "gym rat" who works hard in the 
offseason. 

WILLIAMS ON MILBOURNE: 

"Landon is a slasher who gives us great versati 
compete for playing time as a freshman." 

AT OAK HILL ACADEMY: 

Played his senior season at Oak Hill Academy and helped the Warriors to a record of 40-1 , setting a new 
school record for single-season wins ... one of five players to average double figures in scoring ( 1 0.3 ppg) 
... averaged 18.0 minutes per game dunng his senior campaign ... connected on 56 percent of his shots 
from the floor, and made 52 percent from beyond the three-point line ... played his junior season at St. 
Francis (Ga.) High School and served as a team captain ... led the squad to a 29-1 record during his junior 
campaign .. averaged 23.0 points, 9.0 rebounds, and 4.0 blocked shots as a junior ... named Defensive 
Player of the Year as a sophomore and junior . . . garnered Athlete of the Year in North Fulton as a junior . . . 
Region 1A First-Team All-State selection as during 2004-05 ... posted 15.0 points, 10.0 rebounds, and 4.0 
blocked shots as a sophomore ... a three-year honor roll member in high school. 

PERSONAL: 

Landon Ronshae Milbourne . . . born June 29, 1 987 son of Kaona Milboume and Andre Foreman . . . 

father Andre was a Division III All-Amencan at Salisbury and played professionally in Europe ... has one 
sister, Mya Taylor (13) ... lists Tracy McGrady as his favonte player ... enjoys making hip-hop beats in his 
free time. 





27 SPORTS 



BAMBALE OSBYz 



6-8 • 250 • JUNIOR, J.C. * FORWARD 
RICHMOND, UA, : _ _ _ 

RENEDICTINE (PARIS (TEICAS)^rC.) 





ON OSBY: 

Experienced player who joins Maryland after playing last season for Paris Junior College ... played his 
freshman season at New Mexico ... gives the Terps a low-post scoring option ... works hard defensively, 
and rebounding. 

WILLIAMS ON OSBY: 

"Bambale is an interesting player for us. He has the size and ability to score inside which was something 
we lacked last year. I think he's someone who can come in and help right away" 

AT PARIS (TEXAS) JUNIOR COLLEGE: 

Played his sophomore season under coach Bill Foy at Pans Junior College ... averaged 6.0 points and 
5.0 rebounds for the Dragons who finished the year 24-7 ... helped Paris JO finish atop the Region XIV 
standings with an 18-4 record. 

AT NEW MEXICO: 

Played his freshman season at New Mexico ... played in 31 games and averaged 7.4 minutes per game 
. , . averaged 1 .6 points, 1 .9 rebounds off the bench . . . shot 57 percent from the field . . . helped the Lobos 
finish 26-7 en route to capturing the Mountain West Conference Tournament Championship ... recorded 
season-highs of seven points, nine rebounds, and 1 6 minutes against Arkansas-Pine Bluff . . . scored seven 
points and hauled in four rebounds against Utah, 

AT BENEDICTINE HIGH SCHOOL: 

Played for head coach Bruce Croxton at Benedictine High School in Richmond, Virginia ... averaged 16.5 
points, 16.8 rebounds, and 3.0 blocks as a senior ... led Benedictine to a 25-6 record during his senior 
season as the team won its second consecutive Virginia State Catholic League Championship ... helped 
the team capture its first VISBA Division 1 Championship in school history during his junior season. 

PERSONAL: 

Bambale Mbulatale Emmanuel Osby . . . born May 21 , 1 986 ... son of Komba Basosila and William Joseph 
Osby ... has three brothers. Shun (37), Locheke (30), and Levi (22) ... also has two sisters, Yevette (35) 
and Lucy (17) ... majoring in family studies with a minor in communication ... lists Ben Wallace as his 
favorite NBA player. 





OSBY'S CAREER STATISTICS 

Year G-GS Min-Avg FG-A Pot 3FG-A 



Pet FT-A Pet Off-Def Reb-Avg PF-FO Ast TO BIk StI Pts-Avg 



2004-05""" 31-0 229-7.4 16-28 .571 



0-0 .000 17-38 .447 



21-37 



58-1.9 



44-1 



22 



49-1.6 



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GREIVIS VASQUEZ 

6-5 • 1 95 • FRESMAN, HS * GUA KP 
CARACAS, VENEZUEUii^zzzz 
MONTROSE CHRISTIAN 





ON VASQUEZ: 

Skilled combo guard who can play the point or move over to shooing guard ... solid on-ball defender ... 
rebounds the ball vi/ell out of the backcourt ... has the ability to come up with a steal and get out on the fast 
break ... deceptively quick with the ball in his hands and can get to the rim. 

WILLIAMS ON VASQUEZ: 

"Greivis has a South American and European approach to the game. He brings explosiveness and is a 
well-rounded guard who is a good ball handler, but also rebounds and defends well." 

AT MONTROSE CHRISTIAN: 

Played under head coach Stu Vetter at Montrose Christian . . . helped the Mustangs post a 43-5 record over 
his junior and senior seasons . . . guided the team to a 20-2 record in 2006. . . finished the year as the No. 9 
high school in the USA Today Super 25 rankings . . . earned First-Team All-Met honors from the Washington 
Post . . . averaged 12.8 points, 7.4 rebounds, 5.9 assists, and 2.5 steals for the Mustangs . . . connected on 
31 three-pointers and shot 76 percent from the free throw line ... tallied a season-high 20 points in a 77-61 
win over Mercersburg Academy . . . scored in double figures 14 times during his senior campaign . . . named 
to the All-Tournament Team at the Charm City Challenge after scoring 27 points in 26 minutes ... as a junior 
Vasquez posted 12.6 points, 6.1 assists, and 5.3 rebounds per game. 

PERSONAL: 

Greivis Vasquez Josue Rodriguez . . . born January 1 6, 1 987 ... son of Luis Rodriguez and Gregorio Vasquez 
... has one brother Ingerman Sanoya (29) . . . played in high school with Kevin Durant at Montrose Christian 
... lists Michael Jordan as his favorite player. 





2004 ACCXHAMPIONS 



27 SPORTS 



RADIO/Tlf CHART 




LANDON MILBOURNE 

F • 6-7 • 250 • Fr-HS 

Roswell, Ga 

Oak Hill Academy 



D.J. STRAWBERRY 

G • 6-5 • 201 • Sr.-3V 

Corona, Calif. 

Mater Dei 



ERIC HAYES 

G- 6-3 -175 -Fr-HS 

Dumfnes, Va 

Potomac 



JAMES GIST 

F • 6-8 • 223 • Jr,-2V 

Sliver Spring. Md 

Good Counsel 



GREIinS VASQUEZ 

G • 6-5 • 195 -Fr-HS 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Motrose Chnstian 




MIKE JONES 

G • 6-5 • 204 • Sr -3V 
Dorchester, Mass 
Thayer Academy 



PARRISH BROWN 

G-6-1 -US-Sr-IV 

Chicago, III 

Thomridge/Kennedy King C C 



EKENE IBEKWE 

F • 6-9 • 220 • Sr.-3V 

Carson, Calif, 

Carson 



WILL BOWERS 

C • 7-1 • 262 • Sr-3V 

Hanover. Md, 
Archbishop Spalding 



JEROME BURNEY 

F-6-9-210-Fr.-HS 

Atlanta. Ga. 

Westlake 




GINI CHUKURA 

F-6-5-210-Sr-2V 

Silver Spnng. Md 

Good Counsel 



DAVE NEAL 

F-6-7'245'So.-1V 

McLean. Va 

Bishop O'Connell 



BAMBALE OSBY 

F • 6-8 • 250 • Jr-TR 

Richmond. Va. 

Benedictine/Parns (Texas) J C, 





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GARY WILLIAMS 

Head Coach 

18th Year at Maryland 

Maryland *68 



MICHAEL ADAMS 

Assistant Coach 
2nd Year at Maryland 
Boston College '85 



CHUCK DRIESELL 

Assistant Coach 

1st Year at Maryland 

Maryland '85 



KEITH BOOTH 

Assistant Coach 

3rd Year at Maryland 

Maryland 03 



TROY WAINWRIGHT 

Director of Basketball Operations 

11th Year at Maryland 

UMUC '04 



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2004 ACC.CHAMPIONS" 




John Swofford, 
ACC Commissioner 



ABOUT THE ACC 

THE TRADITION 

Consistency. It is the mark of true excellence in any endeavor. 
However, in today's intercollegiate athletics, competition has 
become so balanced and so competitive that it is virtually impossible 
to maintain a high level of consistency 

Yet the Atlantic Coast Conference has defied the odds. Now in 
its 53rd 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 1 953, ACC schools have captured 
100 national champion-ships, including 52 in women's competition 
and and 48 in men's. In addition, NCAA individual titles have gone to ACC student-athletes 
130 times in men's competition and 71 in women's action. 

If success is best measured in terms of wins and losses, then the ACC is unrivaled in 
NCAA annals. With North Carolina's victory over Illinois in the 2005 NCAA title game, ACC 
teams have captured 10 NCAA basketball championships, including six over the last 16 
years. 

No conference has posted a better NCAA Tournament record than the ACC since the 
NCAA's inaugural tournament in 1 939. With an impressive 58-26 (.690) mark over the past six 
years, the 12 current conference members have posted an NCAA Tournament-best mark of 
357-196 for a sterling .646 winning percentage against the nation's toughest competition. 
In the 22 years of the current 64-team field, the ACC has produced 21 Final Four teams, 
an average of one per year and six 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 221-105 (.678) NCAA record, including 61 "Sweet 
16" appearances and 21 Final Four berths - all NCAA Tournament bests. Since 1985, 61 
of the 109 ACC teams receiving NCAA berths have won at least two NCAA Tournament 
games. 

Following their title run in 2005, North Carolina's Tar Heels lead all ACC schools with 
four NCAA basketball championships to their credit. Duke has claimed three national titles, 
NC State two and Maryland one. The Tar Heels have captured NCAA titles in 1957, 1982, 
1993 and 2005 while the Blue Devils won their third title in 2001, following back-to-back 
championships in 1991 and 1992. The Wolfpack walked away with the coveted crown in 
1974 and 1983 while the Terps claimed the 2002 national title. 

The ACC has 10 or more NCAA Tournament wins in four of the last six years and 13 
times overall and the league has not posted a losing record in NCAA Tournament play since 
1987. The conference's 18-year non-losing streak in NCAA Tournament is tops among all 
conferences. 

In four of the past six years, the ACC has posted a winning record in games versus 
ranked non-conference foes and since 1990, the ACC - with a 201-195 record - is the only 
conference with a winning record against ranked non-conference foes. 

Since 1 981 , the ACC has produced 35 consensus All-Amencans - 1 5 more than any other 
conference. Since 1981 , the ACC has accounted for 26 percent of the nation's consensus 
Ail-Americans (35-of-135). 

The stature of ACC basketball is no where more cleariy defined than by its regional and 
national television exposure as 166 televised games involving ACC teams headlined the 
league's 2005-06 schedule, including a record-setting 265 appearances. In addition, ACC 
teams made 147 appearances on national television networks this past season. 

An ACC record 10 teams took part in post-season play in 2005-06, including four NCAA 
Tournament teams. Duke's Blue Devils captured their seventh ACC title in the last eight 
years, and 16th overall, with a 78-76 victory over Boston College in the finals of the 53rd 
ACC Tournament. The ACC also set a single-season attendance record drawing 2.1 million 
fans over 191 home games. 

2005-06 IN REVIEW 

The 2005-06 academic year concluded with the league pocketing an all-time high six 
national team titles and 15 individual NCAA crowns. In all, the ACC has won 57 national 
team titles over the last 16 years. The ACC has won two or more NCAA titles in 24 of the 
past 26 years. 



ACC 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 


Phone 


336-851-6062 


Media Relations Fax 


336-854-8797 


336-547-6261 


Administrative Fax 


336-316-6097 


E-Mail 


bmorTison@)theacc.orq 


Web Address 


theacc.com 



Atlantic Coast Conference 
4512 Weybridge Lane 
Greensboro, NC 27407 



ACC Media Relations Staff 


Brian Morrison 


Assistant Commissioner 


Jason Letumiv 


Associate Director 


Lindsay Roqers 


Associate Director 


Kristie Le 


Assistant Director 


Barb Dery 


Administrative Assistant 



2005-06 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 

Field Hockey Maryland Men's Soccer Maryland 

Women's Basketball . . .Maryland Men's Lacrosse Virginia 

Women's Golf Duke Men's Track & Field . . . Florida State 

THE CHAMPIONSHIPS 

The conference will conduct championship competition in 25 sports during the 2006-07 
academic year - 12 for men and 1 3 for women. 

The first ACC championship was held in swimming on Febmary 25, 1 954. The conference 
did not conduct championships in cross country, wrestling or tennis during the first year. 

The 1 2 sports for men include football, cross country, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor 
and outdoor track, wrestling, baseball, tennis, golf and lacrosse. Fencing, which was started 
in 1971, was discontinued in 1981. 

Women's sports were initiated in 1977 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. 

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, Maryland, North Carolina, 
NC State, South Carolina and Wake Forest, drawing up the conference by-laws. 

The withdrawal of seven schoojs from the Southern Conference came eariy on the morn- 
ing of May 8, 1953, during the Southern Conference's annual spring meeting. On June 14, 
1953, the severi members met in Raleigh, N.C., where a set of bylaws was adopted and 
the name became officially the Atlantic Coast Conference. 

Suggestions from fans for the name of the new conference 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, Seaboard, Colonial, Tobacco, Blue-Gray, Piedmont, 
Southern 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. 

On December 4, 1953, conference officials met again at Sedgefield and officially admit- 
ted 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, 1971, when the University of South Carolina 
tendered its resignation. 

The ACC operated with seven members until April 3, 1978, when the Georgia Institute 
of Technology was admitted. The Atlanta school had withdrawn from the Southeastern 
Conference in January of 1964. 

The ACC expanded to nine members on July 1, 1991, with the addition of Flonda State 
University. 

The conference expanded to 11 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 invitation to become the league's 12th member on July 
1,2005. 



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2007 ACC TOURNAMENT 



Seed #1 



Seed #8 


March 9, Noon 






March 8 Noon 


March 10, 1:30 p.m. 






Winner 8/9 
Seed #4 






Seed #9 






Seed #5 


March 9. 2 p.m. 




March 8, 2 p.m. 








Winner 5/12 
Seed #2 


CHAMPIONSHIP 

March 11, 




Seed #12 






Seed #7 


March 9, 7 p.m. 




1:00 p.m. 




March 8, 7 p.m. 


March 10, 3:30 p.m. 






Winner 7/10 
Seed #3 




Seed #10 










Seed #6 


March 9, 9 p.m. 




March 8, 9 p.m. 






Winner 6/11 





54TH ANNUAL ACC TOURNAMENT 

MARCH 8-11, 2007 

ST. PETE TIMES FORUM 

TAMPA, FLA. 




Seed #11 



2007 NCAA TOURNAMENT 



OPENING ROUND 

TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 2007 

University of Dayton Arena 

Dayton, Ohio 

Host: University of Dayton 

FIRST/SECOND 
ROUNDS 

THURSDAY AND SATURDAY, 
MARCH 1 5 AND 1 7, 2007 

HSBC Arena 

Buffalo, New Yorl< 

Hosts: IVIetro Atlantic Athletic Conference, 

Canisius College and Niagara University 

Rupp Arena 

Lexington, Kentucky 
Host: University of Kentucl<y 

ARCO Arena 

Sacramento, California 
Host: University of ttie Pacific 

Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 
Host: Wal<e Forest University 



FRIDAY AND SUNDAY. MARCH 16 
AND 18,2006 

United Center 

Chicago, Illinois 

Host: Big Ten Conference 

Natlonvifide Arena 

Columbus, Ohio 

Host: The Ohio State University 

New Orleans Arena 

New Orleans, Louisiana 
Host: Tulane University 

Spokane Memorial Arena 

Spokane, Washington 

Host: Washington State University 

REGIONALS 

THURSDAY AND SATURDAY, 
MARCH 22 AND 24, 2007 
SOUTH REGIONAL 

Alamodome 

San Antonio, Texas 

Host: University of Texas-San Antonio 

WEST REGIONAL 

HP Pavilion 

San Jose, California 

Host: San Jose State University 



FRIDAY AND SUNDAY, MARCH 23 
AND 25, 2007 
EAST REGIONAL 

Continental Airlines Arena 

East Rutherford, New Jersey 
Host: Rutgers University 

MIDWEST REGIONAL 

Edward Jones Dome 

St. Louis, Missouri 

Host: Missouri Valley Conference 

FINAL FOUR 

SATURDAY AND MONDAY, 
MARCH 31 AND APRIL 1, 2007 

Georgia Dome 

Atlanta, Georgia 
Host: Georgia Tech 





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27 SPORTS 



2006-07 ACC STANDINGS 





ACC Games 










Overall 










Team 


W 


L 


Pet. 


Hm 


Rd 


W 


L 


Pet. 


Hm 


Rd 


Nu 


Duke 


14 


2 


.875 


7-1 


7-1 


32 


4 


.889 


15-1 


9-2 


8-1 


North Carolina 


12 


4 


.750 


5-3 


7-1 


23 


8 


.742 


134 


8-2 


2-2 


Boston College 


11 


5 


.688 


6-2 


5-3 


28 


8 


.778 


15-2 


7-3 


6-3 


NC State 


10 


6 


.625 


6-2 


44 


22 


10 


.688 


15-3 


5-5 


2-2 


Florida State 


9 


7 


.563 


6-2 


3-5 


20 


10 


.667 


14-3 


4-6 


2-1 


Maryland 


8 


8 


.500 


6-2 


2-6 


19 


13 


.594 


14-3 


2-7 


3-3 


Virginia 




9 


.438 


6-2 


1-7 


15 


15 


.500 


11-3 


2-11 


2-1 


Miami 




9 


.438 


4-4 


3-5 


18 


16 


.529 


11-5 


4-8 


3-3 


Clemson 




9 


.438 


5-3 


2-6 


19 


13 


.594 


124 


5-8 


2-1 


Virginia Tech 




12 


.250 


2-6 


2-6 


14 


16 


.467 


10-7 


3-8 


1-1 


Georgia Tech 




12 


.250 


44 


0-8 


11 


17 


.393 


10-5 


1-10 


0-2 


Wake Forest 


3 


13 


.188 


3-5 


0-8 


17 


17 


.500 


12-6 


1-9 


4-2 




ACC INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 



SCORING 

Players, Class, Team 


G 


FG 3FG 


FT 


Pts Av 




J J Redick. Sr , Duke 


36 


302 139 


221 


964 26,8 




Tyler Hansbrouqh.Fr, UNO 


31 


199 


2 


187 


587 189 




Stielden Williams, Sr , Duke 


36 


237 


2 


201 


677 18,8 




Justin Gray, Sr , WF 


33 


180 


95 


146 


601 18,2 




Sean Sinqlelary, So., UVa 


29 


168 


51 


125 


512 17.7 




Craiq Smilfi. Sr . BC 


36 


243 


1 


146 


633 17.6 




Guillemo Diaz, Jr., UM 


34 


194 


78 


120 


586 17,2 




JR Reynolds,*. UVa 


30 


161 


60 


128 


510 17.0 




Jafed Dudley, Jr, BC 


36 


198 


33 


171 


600 16,7 




Robert Hite, Sr , DM 


34 


201 


85 


71 


558 16,4 




Enc Williams, Sr„ WF 


34 


223 





109 


555 16.3 




Al Thomlon. Jr.. FSU 


30 


171 


20 


122 


484 16,1 




Anthony Morrow, So,. GT 


28 


154 


78 


63 


449 16,0 




Zabian Dowdell, Jc , VT 


30 


164 


54 


78 


460 15.3 




Nik Caner-Medley, Sr, Md, 


32 


166 


27 


131 


490 15.3 




Coleman Collins, Jr , VT 


26 


143 





92 


378 14.5 




Reyshawn Terry, Jr, UNC 


31 


145 


45 


108 


443 14.3 




Cameron Bennerman, Sr. NCS 


30 


143 


51 


85 


422 14,1 




RaSean Dickey So , GT 


26 


148 


1 


73 


370 13.2 




Ale<ander Johnson, Jr. FSU 


29 


127 


9 


120 


383 13.2 




David Noel. Sr , UNC 


31 


158 


39 


45 


400 12.9 




Shawan Robinson. Sr, Clem, 


32 


123 


63 


84 


393 12.3 




AkinAkinqbala, Sr,Clem, 


32 


148 


1 


90 


387 12.1 




Vernon Hamilton, Jr., Clem, 


31 


138 


27 


70 


373 12,0 




Cednc Simmons, So,. NCS 


32 


128 


2 


120 


378 11,8 




FIELD GOAL PCT 

Player Class, Team 


• 


G 




FG 


FGA 


Pel 


= ■ ,-, .i-ns Sr.WF 




34 




223 


360 


.619 


Riic.i- Dickey So,, GT 




28 




148 


248 


.597 


Shelder. Williams, Sr. Duke 




36 




237 


410 


.578 


Craiq Smith, Sr.BC 




36 




243 


424 


.573 


Tyler Hansbrouqh,Fr, UNC 




31 




199 


349 


.570 


David Noel, Sr, UNC 




31 




158 


297 


.532 


Al Thornton, Jr , FSU 




30 




171 


330 


.518 


Coleman Collins, Jr , VT 




26 




143 


280 


.511 


Jared Dudley Jr., BC 




36 




198 


401 


.494 


J J Redick, Sr . Duke 




36 




302 


643 


.470 


FREE THROW PCT. 

Player Class, Team 


G 




FT 


FTA 


Pel 


Shawan Robinson, Sr, Clem, 




32 




84 


92 


913 


J J Redick, Sr , Duke 




36 




221 


256 


.863 


Sean Sinqletary, So., UVa 




29 




125 


148 


.845 


Cameron Bennennan. Sr. NCS 




30 




85 


101 


.842 


Justin Gray Sr , WF 




33 




146 


175 


.834 


Nik Caner-Medley Sr, Md 




32 




131 


159 


.824 


Reyshavin Tenv. Jr, UNC 




31 




108 


135 


,800 


Guillemio Diaz. Jr. UM 




34 




120 


152 


.789 


JR Reynolds, Jr, UVa 




30 




128 


165 


.776 


Gavin Grant, So , NCS 




32 




88 


118 


.746 


3-PT FG PCT. 

Player Class, Team 




G 




3FG 


FGA 


Pet 


Anthony Morrow So.,GT 




28 




78 


182 


.429 


J J Redick, Sr , Duke 




36 




139 


330 


.421 


Robert Hite, Sr, UM 




34 




85 


207 


411 


Justin Gray Sr, WF 




33 




95 


263 


.361 



REBOUNDS 

Player. Class, Team 


G 


Reb. 


PG 


Shelden Williams. Sr, Duke 


36 


384 


10.7 


Craiq Smith, Sr , BC 


36 


339 


9.4 


Ehc Williams, Sr.WF 


34 


301 


8.9 


AkinAkinqbala, Sr, Clem. 


32 


263 


8.2 


Jeremis Smith, So , GT 


28 


230 


8.2 


Tyler Hansbrouqh.Fr, UNC 


31 


243 


7.8 


Jason Cam, Jr, UVa 


30 


229 


7.6 


Alexander Johnson, Jr, FSU 


29 


216 


7.4 


Anthony King. Jr.UM 


34 


236 


6.9 


AjTliomton,Jr..FSU 


30 


208 


6.9 


ASSISTS 

Player, Class, Team 


G 


Ast 


PG 


Greq Paulus. Fr, Duke 


36 


187 


5.2 


Louis Hinnant, Sr, BC 


36 


167 


4.6 


Jamon Gordon, Jr. VT 


30 


133 


4.4 


Bobby Frasor, Fr. UNC 


31 


136 


4.4 


Justin Gray Sr.WF 


33 


141 


4.3 


Sean Sinqlelaiy, So , UVa 


29 


121 


4,2 


D.J. Strawberry, Jr , Md 


32 


128 


4,0 


Zam Frednck, So,. GT 


28 


110 


3,9 


David Noel, Sr, UNC 


31 


107 


3,5 


Zabian Dowdell, Jr, VT 


30 


103 


3.4 


STEALS 

Player, Class, Team 


G 


StI. 


PG 


Vemon Hamilton, Jr, Clem. 


31 


83 


2.7 


Zabian Dowdell, Jr, VT 


30 


70 


2,3 


Jamon Gordon, Jr, VT 


30 


63 


2,1 


Maho West, Jr, GT 


22 


45 


2,1 


Sean Sinqlelary, So., UVa 


29 


54 


1,9 


D J Straviberrv, Jr, Md. 


32 


58 


1,8 


Clffl Hammonds, So., Clem. 


32 


56 


1.8 


Sean Dockery, Sr, Duke 


36 


61 


1.7 


EnqinAtsurSr,,NCS 


32 


54 


1.7 


Shelden Williams, Sr, Duke 


36 


60 


1,7 


3PT. FGS PER GAME 

Player, Class. Team 


G 


3FG 


PG 


J J Redick, Sr, Duke 


36 


139 


3,9 


Justin Gray Sr,WF 


33 


95 


2,9 


Anthony Morrow, So., GT 


28 


78 


2,8 


RobenHite,Sr,UM 


34 


85 


2,5 


GuillermoDiaz, Jr,UM 


34 


78 


2.3 


Tony Bethel, Sr, NCS 


31 


69 


2.2 


EnginAtsurSr,NCS 


32 


67 


2.1 


Wes Miller Jr, UNC 


31 


64 


2.1 


J.R. Reynolds, Jr. UVa 


30 


60 


2,0 


Shavian Robinson, Sr, Clem, 


32 


63 


2.0 



BLOCKED SHOTS 

Player Class, Team 


G 


BIks. 


PG 




Shelden Williams, Sr , Duke 


36 


137 


3.8 




Cednc Simmons, So , NCS 


32 


80 


2.5 




Sean Williams, So , BC 


27 


55 


2.0 




Anthony King, Jr,UM 


34 


65 


1.9 




James Gist, So , Md, 


32 


51 


1,6 




RaSean Dickey, So. GT 


28 


43 


1.5 




Ekene Ibekwe, Jr , Md, 


32 


43 


1.3 




Cbleman Collins, Jr,VT 


26 


34 


1.3 




TTieodis Tarver Sr, GT 


27 


35 


1.3 




AkinAkinqbala, Sr, Clem. 


32 


41 


1.3 




OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 

Player, Class, Team G 


No. 


PG 




Tyler Hansbrouqh, Fr , UNC 


31 


Ill 


3.6 




Shelden Williams, Sr , Duke 


36 


117 


3.3 




Enc Williams, Sr , WF 


34 


107 


3.2 




Craig Smitti, Sr, BC 


36 


112 


3.1 




Jeremis Smith, So , GT 


28 


87 


3.1 




AntlionyKinq,Sr,UM 


34 


104 


3.1 




AkinAkifigbala, Sr,Clem. 


32 


% 


3.0 




AIT)iomlon,Jr,FSU 


30 


87 


2.9 




Jason Cain, So,, UVa 


30 


87 


2.9 




Coleman Collins, Jr , VT 


26 


73 


2.8 




ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO 

Player, Class, Team G Ast 


TO 


Ral 


Louis Hinnant. Sr . BC 


36 


167 


74 


2.26 


Jamon Gordon, Jr , VT 


30 


133 


66 


2.02 


CH Hammonds, So., Clem, 


32 


105 


57 


1.84 


Bobby Frasor Fr, UNC 


31 


136 


75 


1,81 


EnginAtsurSr,NCS 


32 


109 


65 


168 


Jared Dudley Jr,BC 


36 


115 


70 


164 


Greq Paulus, Fr, Duke 


36 


187 


118 


1,58 


Zabian Dowdell, Jr, VT 


30 


103 


70 


1.47 


Todd Galloway, Sr, FSU 


30 


93 


66 


1.41 


OJ Slrawbenv,Jr,Md 


32 


128 


94 


1.36 


MINUTES PER GAME 

Player, Class, Team 


G 


No. 


PG 




Jared Dudley Jr,BC 


36 


1340 


37.2 




J.J Redick, Sr, Duke 


36 


1336 


371 




Ciaiq Smith, Sr, BC 


36 


1305 


36.3 




Zabian Dowdell, Jr,VT 


30 


1079 


36.0 




Guillermo Diaz, Jr , UM 


34 


1196 


35.2 




Justin Gray Sr,WF 


33 


1156 


35.0 




Jamon Gordon, Jr.. VT 


30 


1046 


34.9 




Sean Singlelary. So,. UVa 


29 


982 


33.9 




David Noel. Sr, UNC 


31 


1045 


33,7 




EnginAtsur.Sr.NCS 


32 


1065 


33,3 





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ACC TEAM STATISTICS 



SCORING OFFENSE 

Team G W-L Points 


PG 


Duke 


36 


32^ 


2921 


81.1 


Nofth CafDfina 


31 


2M 


2460 


794 


Maryland 


32 


19-13 


2505 


78.3 


Flonda SBle 


30 


20-10 


2302 


76.7 


NC Stale 


32 


22-10 


2383 


74.5 


Clemson 


32 


19-13 


2378 


74.3 


Boston College 


36 


m 


2671 


74.2 


Wake Forest 


34 


17-17 


2482 


73 


Georgia Tedi 


28 


11-17 


2012 


71.9 


WrginiaTecti 


30 


14-16 


2060 


68.7 


\^rginia 


30 


15-15 


2038 


679 


Miami 


34 


18-16 


2308 


67.9 


SCORING DEFENSE 

Team G W-L Points 


PG 


Miami 


34 


18-16 


2213 


65.1 


Virginia Tecti 


30 


14-16 


1955 


65.2 


Boston College 


36 


28-6 


2383 


66.2 


NC State 


32 


22-10 


2157 


67.4 


Virginia 


30 


15-15 


2032 


677 


Clemson 


32 


19-13 


2172 


679 


Duke 


36 


32-4 


2453 


68.1 


Nortfi Carolina 


31 


23-8 


2128 


686 


Honda State 


30 


20-10 


2077 


692 


Wake Fores! 


34 


17-17 


2439 


71.7 


Georgia Tech 


28 


11-17 


2019 


72.1 


Maryland 


32 


19-13 


2352 


73.5 


SCORING MARGIN 

Team G Off. 


Def. 


Mar. 


Duke 


36 


811 


681 


13.0 


North Carolina 


31 


79.4 


68.6 


10.7 


Boston College 


36 


74.2 


66.2 


8.0 


Flonda State 


30 


76.7 


69.2 


7.5 


NC Stale 


32 


74.5 


67.4 


71 


Clemson 


32 


74.3 


679 


6.4 


Maryland 


32 


78.3 


73.5 


4.8 


Virginia TerJi 


30 


687 


652 


35 


Miami 


34 


679 


65.1 


2.8 


Wake Forest 


34 


73.0 


71.7 


1.3 


%inB 


30 


67.9 


67.7 


02 


Georgia Tech 


28 


719 


721 


-0.2 


HELD GOAL PCT. 

Team G FGM 


FGS 


?A 


Duke 


36 


979 


2011 


487 


Boston Col^ 


36 


949 


1958 


.485 


Flonda Stale 


30 


806 


1681 


.479 


North Carolina 


31 


863 


1809 


477 


NC Slate 


32 


793 


1704 


.465 


Georgia Tec^ 


28 


739 


1608 


.460 


Viigina Tecii 


30 


767 


1688 


.454 


Wake Forest 


34 


851 


1880 


453 


Maryland 


32 


875 


1952 


.448 


Clemson 


32 


853 


1955 


436 


Miami 


34 


825 


1895 


435 


Virginia 


30 


703 


1692 


415 


FREE THROW PCT. 

Team G FTM 


FTA 


Pel 


Duke 


36 


689 


905 


761 


NC State 


32 


509 


678 


751 


Virginia 


30 


451 


603 


748 


Maryland 


32 


600 


821 


.731 


North Carolina 


31 


519 


733 


.708 


Ronda Stale 


30 


506 


719 


.704 


Miami 


34 


440 


631 


.697 


Boston College 


36 


562 


833 


.675 


Wake FofBsl 


34 


562 


837 


.671 


Georgia Tech 


28 


380 


570 


.667 


Virginia Tech 


30 


387 


600 


.645 


Clemson 


32 


434 


703 


.617 


3-POINT FG% 

Team G 


3FG 


Alt 


Pel 


Duke 


36 


274 


709 


386 


Georgia Tech 


28 


154 


399 


386 


Honda Stale 


30 


184 


490 


376 


North Carolina 


31 


215 


573 


.375 


Maryland 


32 


155 


415 


.373 


NC Slale 


32 


288 


777 


371 


Boston College 


36 


211 


585 


.361 


Wake Foresl 


34 


218 


605 


.360 


Miami 


34 


218 


625 


.349 


Virginia 


30 


181 


544 


.333 


\^rginiaTech 


30 


139 


432 


322 


Clemson 


32 


23! 


740 


.322 



FG%. DEFENSE 

Team G FGM 


FGA 


Pd 


North Carolina 


31 


779 


1894 


.411 


NCSIale 


32 


765 


1853 


.413 


Miami 


34 


728 


1756 


.415 


Wake Foresl 


34 


834 


2008 


415 


Maryland 


32 


808 


1938 


.417 


Boslon College 


36 


872 


2042 


.427 


Duke 


36 


951 


2215 


.429 


Ronda Slale 


30 


718 


1666 


.431 


Virginia Tech 


30 


679 


1571 


.432 


Virginia 


30 


734 


1689 


.435 


GeonjraTeiti 


28 


685 


1555 


.441 


aemson 


32 


781 


1739 


449 


REBOUND MARGIN 

Team G For Opp 


Mar. 


North Carolina 


31 


39.9 


31.8 


8.1 


Wake Foresl 


34 


394 


33.0 


6.4 


Virginia 


30 


37.4 


32.8 


4.6 


Georgia Tech 


28 


37.2 


32.8 


4.4 


Boston College 


36 


35.5 


31.7 


3.8 


Maryland 


32 


39.8 


362 


3.6 


Miami 


34 


349 


326 


13 


Ronda Stale 


30 


340 


322 


1.8 


Clemson 


32 


370 


35.9 


1.1 


Duke 


36 


33.4 


36.1 


-2.7 


NCSIale 


32 


32.8 


35.8 


-3.0 


WrginiaTecJi 


30 


31.7 


34.7 


-30 


TURNOVER MARGIN 

Team G For Opp 


Mar. 


VitginaTech 


30 


112 


16.4 


51 


Clemson 


32 


155 


19.0 


3.4 


Duke 


36 


13.8 


16.2 


2.4 


Florida Stale 


30 


16.1 


182 


21 


Miami 


34 


12.4 


14.1 


1.7 


NC Slale 


32 


136 


13.8 


0.3 


Boston College 


36 


131 


134 


0.3 


Maryland 


32 


16.5 


16.7 


02 


North Carolina 


31 


165 


150 


-1.5 


Virginia 


30 


145 


128 


-16 


Georgia Tech 


28 


178 


15.4 


-2.4 


Wake Foresl 


34 


163 


128 


-3.5 


3FG% DERNSE 

Team G FG 


AH 


Pet 


Duke 


36 


143 


471 


.304 


NCSIale 


32 


185 


597 


310 


Virginia 


30 


189 


578 


.327 


North Carolina 


31 


200 


605 


.331 


Georgia Tech 


28 


166 


483 


.344 


ViigrniaTech 


30 


183 


525 


.349 


aemson 


32 


155 


441 


.351 


Wake Foresl 


34 


264 


743 


.355 


Ronda Slale 


30 


225 


633 


.355 


Maryland 


32 


244 


665 


.367 


Boston College 


36 


224 


609 


.368 


Miami 


34 


245 


663 


370 


BLOCKED SHOTS 

Team G Blocks 


PG 




Maryland 


32 


191 


6.0 




Duke 


36 


202 


5.6 




NCSIale 


32 


150 


4.7 




Boslon College 


36 


161 


4.5 




Clemson 


32 


141 


4.4 




Wake Foresl 


34 


149 


44 




VirgHiB Tech 


30 


128 


43 




Georgia Tech 


28 


116 


41 




North Carolina 


31 


127 


4.1 




Miami 


34 


135 


4.0 




Virginia 


30 


109 


3.6 




Rorida Slale 


30 


72 


2.4 




STEALS 

Team 


G 


Steals 


PG 




Clemson 


32 


352 


11.0 




Duke 


36 


337 


94 




Virginia Tech 


30 


273 


9.1 




Fkinda Slate 


30 


262 


87 




Georgia Tecti 


28 


244 


8.7 




Maryland 


32 


258 


8.1 




Nortli Carolina 


31 


242 


78 




NCSIale 


32 


233 


7.3 




Miami 


34 


241 


7.1 




Boston College 


36 


222 


62 




Wake Forest 


34 


193 


5.7 




Virginia 


30 


168 


5.6 





OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 

Team G Reb PG 


Clemson 


32 


466 


14.6 


Maryland 


32 


458 


14.3 


Nor* Carolina 


31 


432 


13.9 


Wake Foresl 


34 


471 


13.9 


Virginia 


30 


404 


13.5 




28 


374 


13.4 


Miami 


34 


446 


13.1 


Boston College 


36 


466 


12.9 


Rorida State 


30 


338 


11.3 


Virginia Tedi 


30 


329 


11.0 


Duke 


36 


350 


97 


NCSIale 


32 


284 


8.9 


ASSISTS 

Team 


G 


Ast 


PG 


North Carolina 


31 


552 


17.8 


Boslon College 


36 


639 


17 8 


Maryland 


32 


512 


16.0 


NC Stale 


32 


500 


15.6 


Duke 


36 


546 


152 


Georgia Tech 


28 


411 


14.7 



Clemson 


32 


456 


14.3 




Wake Forest 


34 


471 


13.9 




Rorida Stale 


30 


409 


13.6 




Virginia Tech 


30 


389 


13.0 




Miami 


34 


399 


11.7 




Virginia 


30 


340 


11.3 




AST/TO RATIO 

Team G 


Asl 


TO 


Ratio 


Boslon College 


36 


639 


472 


1.4 


Virginia Tech 


30 


389 


337 


12 


NC Stale 


32 


500 


434 


12 


Duke 


36 


546 


496 


1.1 


North Carolina 


31 


552 


512 


11 


Maryland 


32 


512 


52S 


1.0 


Miami 


34 


399 


421 


1.0 


Clemson 


32 


456 


497 


09 


Wake Forest 


34 


471 


554 


09 


Ronda State 


30 


409 


482 


0.9 


Georgia Tech 


28 


411 


499 


08 


Virgrnia 


30 


340 


434 


0.8 



ACC HONORS 



ALL-ACC FIRST TEAM 

Tyler Hansbrough, Fr, North Carolina -324 

J J Redick, Sr, Duke '324 

SheWen VBIIiams. Sr.. Duke '324 

Craig Smith. Sr.. Boston College 304 



FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 

Tyler Hansborough. North Carolina 



Seaf^ Singletary, So., Virginia 



ALL-ACC SECOND TEAM 

Al Thornton, Jr., Flonda State, 240 



GuiHemKi Diaz, Jr , Miami. 
Jusbn Gray, Sr., Wake Foresl 



Jared Dudley, Jr , Boston College 



David Noel, Sr , North Carolina 



ALL-ACC THIRD TEAM 

Enc Williams, Sr . Wake Forest 120 



Cameron Bennerman, Sr, NCS 



106 



Robert Hile, Sr, Miami 



104 



Nik Caner-Medley, Sr, Maryland 



J.R. Reynolds, Jr , V^^rgima 



Reyshawn Terry, Jr., North Carolina 



HONORABLE MENTION 

Anthony Momjw . So , GT (41 I.Alexander Joh nson, 
FSU (37); CednVSimmons. NCS (25), Zabian 



Dowdell, VT (23); Coleman Collins, VT (21), 
'unanimous Ist-team 

PLAYER OF THE YEAR 

J.J. Redii*, Jr., Duke 



COACH OF THE YEAR 

Roy Williams. North Carolina ___^^_ 

ALL-TOURNAMENT 
TEAMS 

HRSTTEAM 

J J Redick, Duke, Craig Smith. Boston College; Jared 
Dudley, Boston College, Shelden Williams, Duke; Tyter 
Hansbnjugh, North Carolina. 

2ND TEAM 

Greg Paulus. Duke; Louis Hinnant, Boston College; Josh 
McRoberte, Duke, Reyshawn Terry, North Carolina; Eric 
Willia ms. Wake Forest. 

TOURNAMENT MVP 

J.J. RedirJt. Duke 

ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM 

Tyler Hansbrough, North Carolina '108 

Greg Paulus, Duke 96 

Bobby Frasor, North Carolina 77_ 

Josh McRot)erts, Duke 77 



ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Shelden Williams. Sr , Duke -106 


Vernon Hamilton, Jr 


Clemson 91 


Jamon Gordon, Jr , Virginia TectI 63 


Cednc Simmons. So 


.NC Slate 57 


Zabian Dowdell, Jr., 


Virginia Tech 37 


Honorable Meneon: Sean Dockery, Duke (32); D.J Straw- 
berry (28), Maryland. 


PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 

N14 Trent SIncWand. Wake Forest 


N21 


J J Redicli, Duke 


N28 


SheWen Williams. Duke 


05 


Justin Gray Wake Forest 


D12 


J.J Redick, Duke 


019 


Sean Smglelary. Virginia 


J2 


Craig Smiti. Boston College 


J9 


Anthony Monow. Georgia Tech 


J16 


Al Thornton. Florida State 


J23 


J.J. Redick. Duke 
Craig Smith. Boston College 


J30 


J.J. Redick. Duke 


F6 


Al Thornton, Flonda State 
Jared Dudley, Boslon College 


F13 


J J Redick. Duke 


F20 


J J Redick, Duke 


F27 


Shelden Williams. Duke 


M6 


Tyler Hanstirough, North Carolina 
Akin Akjngbala, Oemson 


ROOKIE OF THE WEEK 

N21 Tyler Hansbrough. N Carolina 


N28 


Tyrese Rice. Boslon College 


05 


Greg Paulus. Duke 
Julius Powell, Clemson 


012 


Tyler Hansbrough, N Carolina 


019 


Greg Paulus. Duke 


J2 


Shamame Dukes. Wake Forest 
TyterHansbrough.N Carolina 


09 


TylerHansbrough.N Carolina 


J16 


Tyler Hansbrough, N Carolina 


J23 


Tyler Hansbrough, N Carolina 


J30 


AD. Vassalio, Virginia Tech 


F6 


AD. Vassalio, Virginia Tech 


F13 


TyterHansbrough.N Carolina 


F20 


Tyler Hansbrough, N Carolina 


F27 


TyterHansbrough.N. Carolina 


M6 


TyterHansbrough.N. Carolina 



'denotes unanimous selections 



Tyrese Rice. Boslon College 



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2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACCXHAMPIONS'' 



27 SPORTS 



ACC COMPOSITE SCHEDULE 



TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7 

Hampton at Maryland ESPNU 



2K Sports Colleg e Hoops Classic. College Parti. Md. 



WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 8 

Maryland in 2K Sports College Hoops Classic ESPN2 


TBA 


College Park, Md. 


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10 

New Hampshire al Boston College 


7;00 


Wofford at NC State 


7:00 


Coppin State at Virginia Tech 


7:30 


Eton at Georgia Tech 


8:00 


Clemson vs Artiansas State 


9:00 


Cox Communications Classic, Norfolk, Va. 


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11 

James Madison at Wake Forest 


2:00 


Clemson vs Monmouth 


6:30 


Cox Communications Classic, Norfolk, Va. 


Flonda International at Miami 


TBA 


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12 

Clemson vs Old Dominion 


4:30 


Cox Communications Classic, Norfolk, Va. 


Flonda A&M at Maryland CSN 


7:00 


Anzona at Virginia FSNS/FSN-FL/NESN 


7:00 


McNeese Slate at Flonda State 


7:30 


Colonial Classic, Tallahassee, Fla, 


Columbia at Duke ESPNU 


8:00 


CBE Classic. Durtiam. N.C. 


MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13 

Vemioni al Boston College 


7:00 


Duke in CBE Classic, Durtiam, N.C ESPN2 


7:00 


Jackson Stale al Georgia Tech 


7:00 


Illinois Stale at Flonda State 


TBA 


Colonial Classic, Tallahassee, Fla 


TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14 

Wake Forest at Bucknell 


7:00 


North Flonda at Virginia Tech 


7:00 


North Carolina vs Sacred Heart ESPNU 


7:00 


NIT Tip-Off. Bobcat Arena, Charlotte. N.C. 


Alcorn State at Miami 


7:30 


SMU at Flonda Slate 


TBA 


Colonial Classic, Tallahassee. Fla. 


WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15 

North Carolina in NIT ESPN 


7:00 



NIT Tip-Otf. Bobcat Arena, Chartolle, N.C. 



Fumian at ClemsoN 



Miami in Amenca Youth Classic 



Evansville, Ind. 



Evansville, Ind. 



7:30 



THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16 



UNC-Greensboro al Duke 




7:00 


Georgia Slate at Georgia Tech 




8:00 


Maryland in 2K Sports College Hoops Classic 


ESPN2 


TBA 


Madison Sguare Garden. New York, N.Y. 


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17 

Appalachian State at ClemsoN 




7:30 


Eton at Wake Forest 




8:00 


Delaware State at NC Slate 




8:00 


Maryland in 2K Sports College Hoops Classic 


ESPN2 


TBA 


Madison Sguare Garden. New Yorts, N.Y. 



TBA 



SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 18 

Miami in America Youth Classic TBA 



KEY 

CSN - Comcast Sports Net, CSS ■ College Sports South, ESPN-C ■ ESPN 
Classic, FSN-FL - Fox Sports Flonda, FS-NW - Fox Sports Northwest, 
FSN - Fox Sports Net & Affiliates, FSNS ■ Fox Sports Net South, NESN 
■ New England Sports Network, RSN ■ Regional Sports Networti • 'denotes 
R J-splil • All Times Eastern 



SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 19 

Gardner-Webb at North Carolina FSNS/NESN 


1:00 


Morgan Slate at Virginia 


3:00 




New Orleans al Flonda State 


5:00 




Miami in America Youth Classic 


TBA 




Evansville, Indiana 


MONDAY. NOVEMBER 20 

Georgia Tech vs Purdue 


ESPN2 


5:00 


EA Sports Maul Invitational 


Duke in CBE Classic 


ESPN2 


7:00 


Municipal Auditonum, Kansas City, Mo. 


Winthrop at Maryland 


CSN 


8:00 


TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 21 

Mississippi Stale al Clemson FSNS/FSN-FL 


7:00 


Valparaiso al NC State 




7:00 


Vandertilt at Wake Forest FSNS/FSN-Ft 


9:00 


Duke in CBE Classic 


ESPN2 


TBA 


Municipal Auditonum. Kansas City, Mo. 


Georgia Tech in Maui Invil ESPN or ESPNU 


TBA 


WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 22 

Boston College at Providence 


7:00 


UNC Asheville at Virginia 




7:00 


North Carolina in NIT 


ESPN2 


TBA 


Madison Sguare Garden, New Yorts, N.Y. 


Georgia Tech in Maui Invil ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU 


TBA 


THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 23 

Virginia Tech vs Western Michigan 


ESPN2 


7:30 


Old Spice Classic. Oriando, Fla. 


FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 24 

High Point at Maryland 


CSN 


1:30 


Gardner-Webb at NC Slate 




7:00 


Charieslon Soulhem al ClemsoN 




7:30 


Flonda Slate at Pittsburgh in Colonial Classic 




7:30 


North Carolina in NIT ESPN/ESPN2 


TBA 


Madison Sguare Garden. New Yoris, N.Y. 


Virginia Tech in Old Spice Classic ESPN2 or ESPNU 

SA1URDAY. NOVEMBER 25 

Lafayette at Miami 


TBA 
1:00 


Rhode Island al Boston College 




2:00 


Appalachian Stale al Wake Forest 




2:00 


Davidson al Duke 


FSNS 


7:00 


SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 26 

UMESal Virginia 




3:00 


Virginia Tech in Old Spice Classic ESPN2 or ESPNU 


TBA 


MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27 

Michigan at NC State 


ESPN2 


7:00 


TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28 

Maryland at Illinois 


ESPN 


7:00 


Flonda Slate al Wisconsin 


ESPN2 


7:30 


Penn Slate at Georgia Tech 


ESPNU 


8:00 


Indiana al Duke 


ESPN 


9:00 


Miami al Northwestern 


ESPN2 


9:30 


WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 29 

Michigan State at Boston College ESPN 


7:00 


Iowa al Virginia Tech 


ESPNU 


7:00 


Virginia at Purdue 


ESPN2 


7:30 


Ohio Slate at North Carolina 


ESPN 


9:00 


Clemson at Minnesota 


ESPN2 


9:30 


Wake Forest al Air Force FSNS/CSN 


TBA 


SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2 

Kentucky al North Carolina 


CBS 


noon 


Clemson at South Carolina FSNS/NESN 


1:00 


Georgia al Wake Forest 




2.00 


Georgetown al Duke 


ESPN2 


7:00 


Boston College at Massachusetts 




7:00 


SUNDAY. DECEMBER 3 

NC State al Virginia 


FSN 


3:30 


Georgia Tech at Miami 


FSN 


5:30 


Florida al Florida State 


FSN 


7:30 



Virginia Tech vs. George Washington 



TV" 



BB&T Classic, Venzon Center, Washington, DC 
Maryland vs. Notre Dame 



TV" 



San Juan Shootout, San Juan, PR. 



THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21 

Virginia Tech vs Selon Hall 



ESPNU 



Madison Square G arden, New Yorii, N.Y. 



Coastal Carolina al Flonda St ate 
Gonzagavs Duke_ 



ESPN2 



Madison Squ are Garden, New Yortt, NY 



Virginia in San Jua n Shrralout, San Juan PR 



TBA 



FRIDAY. DECEMBER 22 

Georgia at Geo rgia Tech FSN S/FSN-Fl/NESN 



North Carolina at St, Louis 



ESPNU 



Richmond at Wake Forest 



TBA 

Ha 



BB&T Classic, Verizon Center, Washington, DC 



TUESDAY. DECEMBER 5 

Florida State at Stetson 


7:00 


Wofford al ClemsoN 


7:30 


WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6 

Fairfield at Boston College 


7:00 


Holy Cross at Duke ESPN2 


7:00 


Old Dominion at Virginia Tech 


7:00 


NC State at West Virginia 


7:00 


Fordham at Maryland 


8:00 


THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7 

Flonda State al Georgia State FSNS/FSN-FUCSN 


7:00 


SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9 

George Mason al Duke ESPN 


noon 


Lehigh al Miami 


1:00 


Savannah Slate al NC State (Reynolds Coliseum) 


3:00 


Georgia Tech at Vanderbilt ESPN2 


5:00 


High Point at North Carolina 


7:00 


SUNDAY. DECEMBER 10 

SE Louisiana at Flonda State FSN-FL 


2:00 


Appalachian Slate at Virginia Tech 


2:00 


Maryland at Boston College FSN 


6:30 



MONDAY. DECEMBER 1 1 

Mississippi Slate at Miami 


FSN-FL 


7:00 


WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13 

Missoun-Kansas City at Maryland 


8:00 


Wake Forest al DePaul FSNS/FSN-FL/NESN" 


TBA 


SATURDAY. DECEMBER 16 

UNC-Asheville at North Carolina 


FSN 


2:00 


Hampton at Virginia 




2:00 


Mount SI, Mar/s at NC State 




3:30 


Stetson at Miami 


FSN-FL 


4:00 


SUNDAY. DECEMBER 17 

Sacred Heart at Boston College 




1:00 


Wake Forest at Virginia Tech 


FSN 


5:30 


MONDAY. DECEMBER 18 

High Point at Florida State 




7:00 


Centenary al Georgia Tech 




7:00 


TUESDAY. DECEMBER 19 

Virginia vs. Appalachian Slate 




4:00 


San Juan Shootout. San Juan, PR. 


Kent State at Duke 


ESPN 


7:00 


FAU al North Carolina 


ESPNU 


7:00 


Gardner-Webb al Wake Forest 




7:00 


Georgia Southern al ClemsoN 




7:30 


WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 20 

Alabama at NC State FSNS 


6:30 


Binghamlon at Miami 




7:30 


Virginia in San Juan Shootout 




TBA 



6:30 



^00 
3:00 



7:00 
7:00 
7:00 



SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23 

Weslem Carolina at Clemson 



Americari at Maryland 



CSN 



1:00 



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SI Peters at Flonda State 



Boston Colle^ at Kansas 
Miami at Louisville 



CBS 



ESPN 



Campb ell at Virgi nia Tecli 



NC Stale at Cincinnati 



FSNS/FSN-FUCSN" 



mURSDAY. DECEMBER 28 

Troy at Georgia Tech 

Duguesne at Boston College 



Georgia Tech at Clemson 



Wake Forest al Miami 



RSN 



SATURDAY, JANUARY 13 



2:00 
2:00 
2:00 
7:00 
TBA 



2:00 
7:00 



Rutgers al North Carolina 


ESPN2 


/:00 


East Carolina al NC Slate 


ESPNU 


7:00 


Amencan al Virginia 




7:30 


Georgia at ClemsoN 




7:30 



Mount St Mary's al Maryland 




8:00 


FRIDAY. DECEMBER 29 

Wake Forest vs. South Flonda 


ESPN2 


7:00 


Providence vs. Flonda State FSNS/FSN-FL 


9:30 


SI Pete's Times Fonjm. Tampa, Fla. 


SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30 

UNC-Wilmington at NC State 


.ESPNU 


noon 


Miami vs- Nebraska 


.FSN-FL 


6:00 


Orange Bowl Classic, Sunrise, Fla. 


Virginia Tech at Marshall 


TV 


7:00 


St Francis (PA) at Georgia Tech 




8:00 


SUNDAY. DECEMBER 31 

San Jose State al Duke 


FSN 


1:00 


Siena at Maryland 




1:00 


Georgia State at Clemson 




2:00 


Dayton al North Carolina 


FSN 


3:00 


Northeastern at Boston College 




4:00 


TUESDAY. JANUARY 2 

Temple at Duke 


ESPN2 


7:00 


UNC-Greensboro at NC State 


.ESPNU 


7:00 


Miami al Massachusetts 


CSTV 


7:00 


East Carolina at Wake Forest 




7:00 


WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 3 

Yale at Boston College 




7:00 


Clemson at Flonda Slate 




7:00 


Winston-Salem State at Georgia Tech 




7:00 


Richmond at Virginia Tech 




7:00 


Penn at North Carolina 


ESPN 


8:00 


Gonzaga al Virginia 


ESPN2 


9:00 


THURSDAY. JANUARY 4 

lona at Maryland 




8:00 


SATURDAY. JANUARY 6 

Virginia Tech at Duke 


ESPN 


noon 


Boston College at NC State 


RLF 


2:00 



4:00 
7:30 



SUNDAY, JANUARY 7 

Stanford at Virginia 




FSN 


5:00 


Florida State at North Carolina 




FSN 


7:00 


TUESDAY, JANUARY 9 

Clemson at NC State 




RSN 


7:00 


Boston College at Wake Forest 




RSN 


9:00 


WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1 

Duke at Georgia Tech 


ESPN 


7:00 


Virginia Tech at UNC-Greensboro 


FSNSNESN 


7:00 


Greensboro (NC.) Coliseum 


Miami at Maryland 




RLF# 


9:00 


Virginia at North Carolina 




RLF# 


9:00 



NC Slate at Wake Forest 


RLF 


noon 


Flonda State al Georgia Tech 




2:00 


Virginia at Boston College 


RLF 


2:00 


Clemson al Mar/land 


ESPNU 


2:00 


North Carolina at Virginia Tech 


ABC 


3:30 



SUNDAY, JANUARY 14 

Duke at Miami 


FSN 


5:30 


TUESDAY. JANUARY 16 

Miami at Boston College 


RLF# 


8:00 


Maryland at Vrginia 


RLF# 


8:00 



WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 17 

North Carolina at Clemson 


ESPN 


7:00 


Virginia Tech at Flonda State 




7:00 


THURSDAY, JANUARY 18 

Wake Forest al Duke 


ESPN 


7:00 


SATURDAY, JANUARY 20 

Boston College at Clemson 


RLF 


noon 


Miami at Flonda State 


RLF 


2:00 


Duke at NC State 


ABC 


3:30 


Georgia Tech at North Carolina 


ESPN 


9:00 


SUNDAY, JANUARY 21 

Wake Forest at Virginia 


RLF 


1:00 


Maryland at Virginia Tech 


FSN 


7:30 


TUESDAY, JANUARY 23 

Florida State at Boston College 


RSN 


7:00 


Virginia Tech at Miami 


RSN 


9:00 


WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 24 

North Carolina at Wake Forest 


ESPN 


7:00 


Georgia Tech at Maryland 


RLF# 


9:00 


Virginia at NC State 


RLF# 


9:00 


THURSDAY. JANUARY 25 

Clemson at Duke 


ESPN 


7:00 


SATURDAY, JANUARY 27 

North Carolina at Arizona 


CBS 


1:00 


Wake Forest at Flonda Stale 


RLF 


4:00 


SUNDAY, JANUARY 28 

Virginia at Clemson 


RLF 


1:00 


Virginia Tech at Georgia Tech 


FSN 


3:30 


Boston College al Duke 


FSN 


5:30 


TUESDAY, JANUARY 30 

Maryland at Flonda State 


RLF# 


8:00 


Georgia Tech at Wake Forest 


RLF# 


8:00 


WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 31 

Hartford at Boston College 


NESN 


7:00 


Miami at North Carolina 


ESPN 


7:00 


NC Slate at Vrginia Tech 


RSN 


9:00 


THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 1 

Duke al Vrginia 


ESPN 


9:00 



SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3 

Virginia Tech at Boston College 


RLF# 


1:00 


Clemson at Georgia Tech 


RLF# 


1:00 


North Carolina at NC Stale 


ABC 


3:30 


Miami al Virginia 




7:00 


Maryland at Wake Forest 


RLF 


8:00 


SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4 

Florida Slate at Duke 


FSN 


2:00 


TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6 

NC State al Georgia Tech 


RSN 


7:00 


Winslon-Salem State al Wake Forest 




7:00 


Virginia at Maryland 


RSN 


9:00 


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7 

Flonda Slate at Clemson 




7:30 


Boston College al Miami 




7:30 


North Carolina al Duke 


^LF/ESPN 


9:00 


SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10 

Wake Forest at North Carolina 


RLF 


1:30 


NC State al Miami 


RLF# 


4:00 


Virginia at Virginia Tech 


RLF# 


4:00 


SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1 1 

UConnvs Georgia Tech 


CBS 


1:00 


Boston College al Florida State 


FSN 


3:00 



Duke at Maryland 



FSN 



TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13 

Longwood at Virginia 



Georgia Tech al Florida Stale 



RLF# 



Virginia Tech al North Carolina 



RLF# 



5:00 



7:00 
8:00 
8:00 



WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 14 

Maryland a l NC St^te ESPN2 7:00 

Clemson at Wake Forest ESPNU 7^00 



Duke at Boston College 


ESPN 


9:00 


SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 17 

Flonda State al Virginia 


RLF# 


1:00 


Miami at Wake Forest 


RLF# 


1:00 


North Carolina al Boston College 


ESPN 


9:00 


SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 18 

Georgia Tech at Duke 


CBS 


1:00 


Maryland al Clemson 


RLF# 


4:00 


Virginia Tech at NC State 


RLF# 


4:00 


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21 

Wake Forest at Georgia Tech 


ESPNU 


7:00 


Boston College al Virginia Tech 


ESPN 


7:00 


Virginia al Miami 




7:30 


Flonda Slate at Maryland 


RLF# 


9:00 


NC Stale al North Carolina 


RLF# 


9:00 


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22 

Duke al Clemson 


ESPN 


9:00 


SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 24 

Miami at Virginia Tech 


RSN 


noon 


Clemson al Boston College 


RLF# 


1:00 


NC Stale at Florida State 


RLF# 


1:00 


Georgia Tech at Virginia 


ABC 


3:30 


SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 25 

Duke at St. John's 


CBS 


2:00 


Madison Sguare Garden, NewYori(, N.Y. 


North Carolina at Maryland 


FSN 


5:30 


WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 28 

Miami at ClemsoN 




7:30 


Maryland al Duke 


ESPN 


9:00 


Wake Forest at NC Stale 


ESPNU 


9:00 


THURSDAY. MARCH 1 

Virginia Tech al Virginia 


ESPN 


7:00 


North Carolina at Georgia Tech RLF/ESPN 


9:00 


SATURDAY, MARCH 3 

Flonda State al Miami 


RSN 


noon 


Virginia at Wake Forest 


RLF 


1:00 


NC Slate at Maryland 


ABC 


3:30 



SUNDAY, MARCH 4 

Clemson at Virgini a Tech 



RLF 



Bosto n CoJIege al Georgia Tech 



FSN 



Duke at North Carolina 



CBS 



1:00 
3:00 
4:00 



54TH ANNUAL 
ACC TOURNAMENT 

ST. PETE TIMES FORUM, 

TAMPA. FLORIDA 

HRST ROUND - THURSDAY, MARCH 8 

Game 1 (#8 vs. #9) RLF 12:00 



Game 2 (#5 vs. #12) RLF 


2:00 


Game 3 (#7 vs. #10) ESPN2 


7:00 


Game 4 (#6 vs #11) RLF 


9:00 


QUARTERFINALS - FRIDAY. MARCH 9 

Game 5 (#1 vs. 8/9 winner) RLF/ESPN2 


12:00 


Game 6 (#4 vs. 5/12 winner) RLF/ESPN2 


2:00 


Game 7 (#2 vs 7/1 winner) RLF/ESPN2 


7:00 


Game 8 (#3 vs 6/1 1 winner) RLF/ESPN2 


9:00 


SEMIFINALS ■ SATURDAY, MARCH 10 

Game 9 (game 5&6 winners) RLF/ESPN 130 


Game 1 (game 7 & 8 winners) RLF/ESPN 


3:30 


HNALS - SUNDAY, MARCH 1 1 

Game 11 (championship game) RLF/ESPN 


1:00 



2004 ACCXHAMPIONS 



27 SPORT 



AMERICAN EAGLES 



BOSTON COLLEGE EAGLES 





Jeff Jones 



DEC. 23, 2006 
COLLEGE PARK, MD. 





Andre Ingram Al Skinner 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location Washington, D.C. 

Enrollment: 5,294 

Founded: 1893 

Colors: AU Red, White, and Blue 



2006-07 SCHEDULE 



Conference: Patriot League 
Nickname: Eagles 



Home Arena: Ben der Arena (4.500) 

President: Dr, Neil Kerwin 

Athletics Director: Dr. Joni Comstock 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach Jeff Jones ( Virginia '82) 



Career Record/Yrs 234-191/7 



Best Time to Reach: Con tact SID 
Office Phone (2 02) 885-3010 



Assistant Coaches: Kieran Donohue (Virginia 
'97), Jason Willlford (Virginia '95), Greg Lyons 
( Virginia '01) 

2005-06 

Ove rall Record: 12-17 

Conferenc e Record: 7-7 / 4th (Patriot) 

Final Rankings None 

Postseason: None 

MEDIA SERVICES 

Basketball SID Anthony Wilson 

Office Pho ne: (202) 885-3079 



Mobile Phone:(2 02)531-0162 



EAIail adubs(5)amenca n.edu 
Office Fax (202) 885- 3033 



Press Row Phone: (202) 885-8232 



Date 


Opponent 


N10 


at Fairfield 


N14 


Morgan State 


N17 


at Richmond 


N20 


Loyola (Md.) 


N25 


atXavier 


N27 


at Mount St. Mary's 


N29 


NJIT 


04 


Longwood 


D6 


at Howard 


D9 


at Yale 


D23 


at Maryland 


D28 


at Virginia 


D30 


at Longwood 


J2 


■' •„ SI Francis 


J6 


at Lehigh 


J10 


at Bucknell 


J13 


Colgate 


J17 


at Army 


J20 


Holy Cross 


J24 


Navy 


J27 


at Lafayette 


J31 


at Holy Cross 


F3 


Lehigh 


F7 


Bucknell 


FIG 


at Colgate 


F14 


Arniy 


F21 


at Navy 


F24 


Lafayette 


F28 


PL Quarterfinals 


M4 


PL Semifinals 


M9 


PL Championship Game 



Website wwwAU Eagles.com 



SERIES INFORNIATION 

Senes Re cord: Maryland leads, 13-1 

Last Meeting: Maryland won, 81-55, on 12/23/05 
(College Park) 



2006-07 ROSTER 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 





Sekou Lewis 


F 


6-5 


180 


Sr. 


Cleveland, OH 


1.5 


1.3 


0.5 


3 


Derrick Mercer 


G 


5-9 


160 


So. 


Jersey City, N.J. 


7.6 


2.7 


3.8 


4 


Brayden Billbe 


C 


6-10 


235 


Sr. 


Mercer Island, Wash. 


8.1 


4.8 


0.9 


5 


Garrison Carr 


G 


5-11 


155 


So. 


Bellevue, Wash, 


4.8 


0.9 


0.6 


13 


Paulius Joneliunas 


C 


6-11 


240 


Sr. 


Vilnius, Lithuania 


6.3 


3.8 


0.6 


14 


Brian Gilmore 


F 


6-8 


210 


So. 


Chesapeake, Va. 


2.0 


2.4 


0.4 


15 


Garv Gams 


F 


6-5 


190 


So. 


Ledgewood, N.J. 


1.2 


0.7 


0.0 


20 


Andre Ingram 


G 


6-3 


190 


Sr. 


Richmond, Va, 


12.0 


4.7 


1.8 


21 


An/ydas Eitutavicius 


G 


6-2 


190 


Sr. 


Klaipeda, Lithuania 


10.2 


2.0 


1.8 


25 


Romone Penny 


G 


5-11 


150 


Jr, 


Minneapolis, Minn. 


0.0 


0.4 


0.2 


32 


Cornelio Guibunda 


F 


6-9 


227 


Jr. 


Maputo, Mozambigue 


- 


. 




34 


Travis Lay 


F 


6-5 


210 


Jr. 


Rockville, Md 


2.4 


2.5 


0.4 


43 


Linas Lekavicius 


G 


5-11 


185 


Sr. 


Silale, Lithuania 


6.9 


3.0 


2.7 


44 


Jordan Nichols 


G 


6-5 


210 


So. 


Glen Dale, Md. 


4.4 


4.4 


0.2 



DEC. 10, 2006 
CHESTNUT HILL, MASS. 




Jared Dudley 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Chestnut Hill, Mass. 

Enrollment: 1 4,500 

Founded: 1863 



Colors Maroon and Gold 



Conference: Atlantic Coast 



Nickname Eagles 



Home Arena: Silvio Cqnte Forum (8,606) 
President: Rev William P Leahy, S.J. 
Athletics Director: Gene DeFilippo 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Al Skinner (Mas sachusetts 74) 
Career Recordms: 313-234/18 



Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 



Office Phone: 617-552-3006 



Assistant Coaches: Pat Duquette (Williams '93), 
Bonzie Colson (Rhode Island '90), Mo Cassara 
(St. Lawrence '97) 

2005-06 

Overall R ecord: 28-8 

Conference Record: 11-5 / Third in ACC 

Final Ran kings: None 

Postseason; 2-1, Lost to Villanova, 60-59 (ot) in 
NCAA Regional Semis 

MEDIA SERVICES 

Basketball SI D: Dick Kelley 

Office Phone 617-552-3039 



Mobile Phone: 617-393-1798 
E-Mail: kellyn iabc.edu 



2006-07 SCHEDULE 

Date Opponent 


N10 


vs. New Hampshire 


N13 


vs. Vermont 


N22 


at Providence 


N25 


vs. Rhode Island 


N29 


vs. Michigan State 


D2 


at. Massachusetts 


D6 


vs. Fairfield 


D10 


vs. Maryland 


D17 


vs. Sacred Heart 


D23 


at Kansas 


D28 


vs. Duguesne 


D31 


vs. Northeastern 


J3 


vs. Yale 


J6 


at North Carolina State 


J9 


at Wake Forest 


J13 


vs. Virginia 


J16 


vs. Miami 


J20 


at Clemson 


J23 


vs. Florida State 


J28 


at Duke 


J31 


vs. Hartford 


F3 


vs. Virginia Tech 


F7 


at Miami 


F11 


at Florida State 


F14 


vs. Duke 


F17 


vs. North Carolina 


F21 


at Virginia Tech 


F24 


vs. Clemson 


M4 


at Georgia Tech 



Office Fax: 617-55 2-4903 

Press Row Phone, 61 7-552-E 



Website: wwwbceagles.com 



SERIES INFORMATION 

Senes Reco_rd_Maryland leads, 4^2 



Last Meetng: Boston College won, 80-66, on 3/10/06 
(Greensbo ro, N.C) 



2006-07 ROSTER 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


00 Margues Haynes G 


6-3 


185 


So. 


Irving, Texas 


2.5 


0.8 


0.9 


3 Jared Dudley F 


6-7 


225 


Sr. 


San Diego. Calif. 


16.7 


6.6 


3.1 


4 Tyrese Rice G 


6-0 


183 


So. 


Richmond, Va. 


9.3 


2.5 


2.5 


5 Akida McLain F 


6-8 


220 


Jr. 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


4.2 


2.7 


0.3 


13 DayeKaba G 


64 


200 


Fr. 


Ridqe, N.Y 


- 




. 


21 Tyler Neville G 


6-3 


200 


Sr. 


Ridqewood, N.J. 


0.8 


0.4 


0.1 


22 Tyler Roche F 


6-7 


208 


Fr. 


Hooksett, N.H. 








23 Sean Marshall G 


6-6 


212 


Sr. 


Rialto, Calif. 


11.1 


3.9 


2.3 


32 John Oates C 


6-10 


255 


Jr. 


Hartiman, N.Y 


3.4 


2.5 


0.6 


34 Shaman Spears F 


6-6 


245 


Fr. 


Salisbury, N.C. 


- 


- 


. 


44 Tyrelle Blair C 


6-11 


230 


Jr. 


Monlicello, Fla. 


- 


- 




51 Sean Williams C 


6-10 


235 


Jr. 


Houston, Texas 


3.1 


3.4 


0.3 



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2006-07 MARYLAND 
MEN'S BASKETBALL ^' 



tJi. 



CLEMSON TIGERS 

JAN. 13, 2007 

Oliver Purnell COLLEGE PARK, MD. 

FEB. 18, 2007 
CLEMSON, S.C. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

location: Clem son, S C 

Enrollment: 17.165 

Founded: 1889 



DUKE BLUE DEVILS 




^ 






Vernon Hamilton Mike Krzyzewski 



Colors Burnt Orange and Northw est Purple 



Conference : Atlantic Co ast Conference 

Nickname : Tigers 

Home Arena: Litlleiotin Coliseum 

President: James F. Barker 

Atliletics Dire ctor Dr Terry Don Ptiillips 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Oliver Purnell (Old Dominion 75) 

Career Reco rd/Yrs: 301-238/19 

Best Time to Reach C ontact SID 

Office Phone: 



1656-1954 



Assistant Coaches: Ron Bradley (Eastern Nazarene 
74), Frank Smith (Old Dominion 88), Shaka 
Smart (Kenyon College '99) 



2005-06 

Overa ll Record- 19-13 
Conference Reco rd: 7-9 
Final Rankings : None 



Postseason: 1-1, Lost to Louisville, 74-68 in NIT 
Second Round 

MEDIA SERVICES 

Basketball SID: Tim Bourret 



Office Phone : (86 4) 656-2114 



Home Phone (864) 888 -3490 
E-Mail: btimot h@clemson ,edu 
Office Fax: (86 4) 656-0299 



Press Row Phone: (864) 654-3326 

Website: www.clemsontigers.com 

SERIES INFORMATION 

Senes Record: Maryland leads. 84-45 

Last Meeting: Clemson won. 89-77, on 2714/06 
(Clemson) 



2006-07 SCHEDULE 

Date Opponent 


031 


Exhibition Game (TBA) 


N10 


Arkansas Stale 


N12 


Old Dominion 


N15 


Furman 


N17 


Appalachian State 


N21 


Mississippi State 


N24 


Charleston Southern 


N29 


at Minnesota 


D2 


at South Carolina 


D5 


Wofford 


D19 


Georgia Southern 


D23 


Western Carolina 


D28 


Georgia 


D31 


Georgia State 


J3 


at Flonda State 


J6 


Georgia Tech 


J9 


at N.C. State 


J13 


at Maryland 


J17 


North Carolina 


J20 


Boston College 


J25 


at Duke 


J28 


Virginia 


F3 


at Georgia Tech 


F7 


Flonda State 


F14 


at Wake Forest 


F18 


Maryland 


F22 


Duke 


F24 


at Boston College 


F28 


Miami (FL) 


M4 


at Virginia Tech 


M8-11 


ACC Tournament 



FEB. 11,2007 
COLLEGE PARK, MD. 

FEB. 28, 2007 
DURHAM, N.C. 




Josh McRoberts 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Durtiam. N.C. 

Enrollment : 6.244 

Founded: 1838 

Colors Royal Blue and White 

Confer ence' Atla ntic Coast 

Nickname Blue Devils 



Home Arena: Ca meron Indoor Stadium (9,314) 

President: Dr Richard H. Brodhead 

Athletics Director: Joe Alleva 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Mike Krzyzewski (Army '69) 
Career Record: 753-250/26 



Best Time to Reach: ACC Teleconference 



Office Phone: 919-613-7500 



Assistant Coaches: Johnny Dawkins (Duke '86), 
Steve Wojciechowski (Duke '98), Chris Collins 
(Duke '96) 



2005-06 

Overall Record: 324 



Conference Reco rd: 14-2 /1st i n ACC 

Final Rankings : 1 (AP): 7 (ESPN/ USA TODAY) 
Postseason: 2-1. Lost NCAA Sweet 16to Louisiana 
Stale. 62-54 

MEDIA SERVICES 

Basketball SID: Jon Jackson 

Office Phone: 919-684-2633 

Hom e Phone: 919-450-0887 

Office Fax: 919-684-2489 



Press Ro w Phone: 91 9- 684-6186 
Website: vww.goduke.com 



SERIES INFORMATION 

Series Record: Duke leads. 101-58 



Last Meeting: Duke won. 96-i 
lege Pari() 



8, on 2/11/06 (Col- 



2006-07 SCHEDULE 

Date Opponent 


N12 


vs. Columbia 


N13 


vs. Georgia Southem/UC Davis 


N16 


vs. UNC Greensboro 


N20-21 


at College Basketball Experience 
Semifinals/Finals 


N25 


vs. Davidson 


N28 


vs. Indiana 


D2 


vs. Georgetown 


D6 


vs. Holy Cross 


D9 


vs. George Mason 


D19 


vs. Kent State 


D21 


vs. Gonzaga 


D31 


vs. San Jose State 


J2 


vs. Temple 


J6 


vs. Virginia Tech 


JIG 


at Georgia Tech 


J14 


at Miami 


J18 


vs. Wake Forest 


J20 


at NC State 


J25 


vs. Clemson 


J28 


vs. Boston College 


F1 


at Virginia 


F4 


vs. Florida Stale 


F7 


vs. North Carolina 


F11 


at Maryland 


F14 


at Boston College 


F18 


vs. Georgia Tech 


F22 


at Clemson 


F25 


at St- John's 


F28 


vs. Maryland 


M4 


af North Carolina 



2006-07 ROSTER 

No. Player Pos 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


1 K.C. Rivers G 


6-5 


210 


So. 


Charlotte. N.C. 


7.1 


4.8 


1.8 


3 Vemon Hamilton G 


6-0 


195 


Sr 


Richmond. Va. 


12.0 


3.2 


2.9 


11 A.J. Tyler F 


6-9 


210 


Fr. 


Palm Harbor Fla. 


. 


. 


_ 


12 Raymond Sykes F 


6-9 


205 


So. 


Jacksonville. Fla, 


1.1 


1.1 


0.0 


15 David Potter G/F 


6^ 


180 


Fr 


Severn, Md. 


_ 


. 




24 Matt Morris G 


6-5 


207 


Jr 


Georgetown, S.C. 


1.8 


0.0 


0.1 


25 Cliff Hammonds G 


6-3 


197 


Jr 


Cairo, Ga. 


10.1 


3.4 


3.3 


32 Sam Perry F 


6-5 


208 


Jr 


Greenville, S.C. 


6.3 


3.0 


1.0 


35 Trevor Booker F 


6-7 


215 


Fr 


Whitmire, S.C. 


_ 






40 James Mays F/C 


6-9 


225 


Jr 


Gamer N.C. 


9.2 


7.6 


0.5 


42 Julius Powell F 


6-7 


208 


So. 


Newton, N.C. 


5.5 


27 


07 


44 Jesse Yanutola F 


6-4 


200 


Jr 


Tega Cay S.C. 


0.5 


1.0 


0.0 


55 Karolis Petmkonis C 


6-11 


260 


Fr 


Trakai. Lithuania 


- 


- 


. 



2006-07 ROSTER 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


2 Josh McRoberts 


F/C 


6-10 


230 


So. 


Camiel, Ind. 


8.7 


5.3 


1.5 


3 Greg Paulus 


G 


6-1 


185 


So. 


Syracuse. N.Y 


6.7 


2.8 


5.2 


5 Martynas Pocius 


G/F 


6-4 


185 


So. 


Lithuania 


1.5 


0.3 


0.5 


12 Jordan Davidson 


G 


6-1 


180 


So. 


Melbourne. Ari(. 


0.3 


0.1 


0.0 


14 David McClure 


F 


6-6 


205 


Jr 


Ridgefield. Conn. 


- 




. 


15 Gerald Henderson 


G 


6-5 


215 


Fr 


Merion, Pa. 


. 






21 DeMarcus Nelson 


G 


6-3 


195 


Jr 


Elk Grove. Calif. 


7.1 


3.4 


2.2 


30 Jon Scheyer 


G 


6-5 


180 


Fr 


Northbrook. III. 


- 


. 


- 


34 Jamal Boykin 


F 


67 


230 


So. 


Los Angeles, Calif. 


1.0 


0.8 


0.1 


42 Lance Thomas 


F 


6-9 


220 


Fr 


Newark, N.J. 


. 


- 


- 


45 Joe Pagliuca 


G 


6-2 


185 


Sr 


Weston, Mass. 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


55 Brian Zoubek 


C 


7-0 


230 


Fr 


Haddonfield. N.J. 


- 




- 



2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 




lilt 



27 SPORT 



FLORIDA STATE 
SEMINOLES 



FORDHAM RAMS 





Leonard Hamilton 



JAN. 30, 2007 
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. 

FEB. 21.2007 
COLLEGE PARK, MD. 





Dereck Whittenberg 



DEC. 6, 2006 
COLLEGE PARK, MD. 




Bryant Dunston 



Al Thornton 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Localion: Tallahassee, Fla. 

Locat ion: Tallahassee, Fla. 

Enrollmen t: 39,652 

Founded 1851 



Colors Garnet and Gold 



Confe rence: Atlan tic Coast 

Nickname Semjnoles 



Home Arena: Donald L, T ucker Center (12,100) 

President Dr TK Wetherell 

Athletics Director: Dave Hart, Jr. 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Leonard Hamilton (Tennessee-Martin 



V1) 



Career Record/Yrs: 265-268/17 



Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 



Office Phone 350-644-1461 



Assistant Coaches: Stan Jones (Memphis '84), Andy 
Enfield (Johns Hopkins '91), Tim Carter (Kansas 
79), Jacob Ridenhour (Auburn '92) 

2005-06 

Overall Recorti: 20 -10 

Conference Record: 9-7 / 5th in ACC 



Fnal R ankings: None 



Postseason: None 



MEDIA SERVICES 

Basketball SID: Rob Wilson 



Office Phone 850-644-1403 



Home P hone 850-89 4-5801 

Office Fa x' 850-644-3820 

Press Row P hone 850-22 4-8790 
Website: www.seminoles.com 



2006-07 SCHEDULE 

Date Opponent 


N12 


vs. McNeese State 


N13 


vs. Illinois Stale 


N14 


vs. SMU 


N19 . 


vs. New Orieans 


N24 


at Pittsburgh 


N28 


at Wisconsin 


D3 


vs. Florida 


05 


at Stetson 


D7 


at Georgia State 


D10 


vs. SE Louisiana 


D18 


vs. High Point 


D21 


vs. Coastal Carolina 


D23 


vs. St. Peter's 


D29 


at Providence 


J3 


vs. Clemson 


J7 


at North Carolina 


J13 


at Georgia Tech 


J17 


vs. Virginia Tech 


J20 


vs. Miami 


J23 


at Boston College 


J27 


vs. Wake Forest 


J30 


vs. Maryland 


F4 


at Duke 


F7 


at Clemson 


F11 


vs. Boston College 


F13 


vs. Georgia Tech 


F17 


at Virginia 


F21 


at Maryland 


F24 


vs. North Carolina State 


M3 


at Miami 



SERIES INFORMATION 

Senes Record: Maryland leads, 23-6 

Last Meeting: Maryland won, 90-88 (ot) on 12/19/04 
(College Part() 



^§) 



2006-07 ROSTER 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


3 


Isaiah Swann 


G 


6-1 


203 


Jr. 


Gemiantown, Md. 


8.4 


2.1 


2.1 


5 


Josue Soto 


G 


6-0 


165 


Fr. 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


_ 


. 


. 


10 


Ralph Mims 


G 


6-2 


210 


Jr. 


Pensacola, Fla. 


2.8 


1.2 


1.7 


11 


Jerel Allen 


G 


64 


192 


Sr. 


Detroit, Mich. 


3.3 


1.4 


0.6 


12 


Al Thornton 


F 


6-8 


220 


Sr. 


Perry, Ga. 


16.1 


6.9 


1.2 


15 


Casaan Breeder) 


F 


6-8 


200 


So. 


Bennettsville, S.C. 


2.8 


1.2 


0.3 


20 


Aaron Holmes 


G 


6-5 


180 


Fr. 


St. Petersburg, Fla. 


. 


. 


- 


23 


Toney Douglas 


G 


6-1 


196 


So. 


Jonesboro, Ga. 


. 


. 


. 


25 


Jason Rich 


6 


6-3 


200 


Jr. 


Pensacola, Fla, 


10.0 


3.1 


1.6 


31 


Brian Hoff 


G 


6-6 


192 


So. 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


1.5 
1.5 


0.5 
0.3 


0.0 


33 


MattZitani 


F 


6-7 


227 


Sr. 


Port St. Lucie, Fla. 


0.0 


41 


Uche Echefu 


F 


6-9 


220 


So. 


Laqos, Niqena 


2.3 


1,4 


0.2 


42 


Ryan Reid 


F 


6-8 


232 


Fr. 


Lauderdale Lakes, Fla. 


. 


. 


. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Bronx, NY 

Enrollment: 8,477 

Founded: 1841 



Colors: Maroon and White 
Conference: Atlantic 10 



Nickname: Rams 



Home Arena: Rose Hill Gym (3,200) 

President: Joseph M. McShane, S.J. 

Athletics Director: Frank McLaughlin 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach Dereck Whitten burg (N.C. State '84) 

Career Recor d/Yrs: 102-104/7 

Best Tim e to Reach: Contact SID 

Office Phone: 718-8174245 



Assistant Coaches: Travis Lyons(Manhattan '98), 
Alex Groothuis(Syracuse '95), Steve Treffiletti 
(Kenne State '03) 

2005-06 

Overall Record: 16-16 

Conference R ecord: 9-7 /Fifth in A10 

Final Rankings : None 

Postseason: None 



MEDIA SERVICES 

Basketball SID Joe DiBari 



Office Phone: 71 8-8174240 
E-Mail diban@f ordham,edu 



Office Fax 718-8174244 



Press Row Phone: 718-817-2736 

Website: vww.fordhamsports.com 

SERIES INFORMATION 

Senes Record: Maryland leads. 7-1 

Last Meeting: Maryland won, 81-56, on 12/20/75 
(College Part<) 



2006-07 SCHEDULE 

Date Opponent 


N10 


Sacred Heart University 


N13 


at Tennessee 


N14 


at tJNC-Wilmington/Belmont 


N22 


Preseason NIT Semifinals 


N24 


Preseason NIT Finals 


N26 


SL Francis (NY) 


N30 


Manhattan 


03 


lona 


06 


at Maryland 


09 


at Penn 


D12 


at Texas A&M 


D23 


atCharieston 


D28 


Fairfield 


D31 


Quinnipiac 


J3 


at George Washington 


J6 


at Richmond 


J11 


Xavier 


J14 


atOuguesne 


J17 


Saint Joseph's 


J20 


Saint Louis 


J27 


at La Salle 


J31 


St Bonaventure 


F3 


Rhode Island 


F7 


at Dayton 


F10 


atChartotte 


F15 


Massachusetts 


F18 


Duguesne 


F24 


at Rhode Island 


F28 


at St. Bonaventure 


M3 


Temple 


M7 


atAUantic 10 Tournament 


M10 


at Boardwalk Hall 



2006-07 ROSTER 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 

13.0 


RPG 

3.0 


APG 


1 Marcus Stout 


G 


64 


195 


Jr. 


Southfield, Mich. 


2.8 


5 David Boykin 


G 


6-2 


180 


Fr. 


White Plains, N.Y 




. 




10 Dan Landisch 


F 


6-6 


215 


Fr. 


Milwaukee, Wis. 


- 


- 


. 


13 RyanMunson 


F 


6-5 


220 


Fr. 


Berryville, Va. 


_ 


14 Kevin Anderson 


G 


6-3 


185 


Jr. 


Westerville. Ohio 


3.3 


2.3 


2.2 


21 Michael Binns 


F 


6-7 


225 


Jr. 


Aurora, III 


5.6 


4.2 


0.5 


22 Demetnus Phillips 


F 


6-8 


212 


So. 


Baltimore, Md. 


1.0 


0.7 


0.1 


24 Brenton Butler 


G 


6-2 


180 


Fr. 


Norcross, Ga. 


- 




. 


25 Jon Giacobbe 


G 


5-11 


170 


Sr. 


Flushing, N.y 


0.3 


0.0 


0.0 


30 Sebastian Greene 


F 


6-8 


188 


Jr. 


Klein-Gerau, Gennany 


4.3 


3.3 


0.5 


31 Dominic Osei 


F 


6-5 


215 


Sr. 


Brooklyn, N.Y 




- 


- 


34 Dan Blame 


F 


6-5 


210 


Sr. 


Alexandna, Va. 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


42 Bryant Dunston 


F 


6-8 


233 


Jr. 


Queens, NY 


16.1 


7.6 


1.6 


44 Luke Devine 


F 


6-10 


239 


So. 


Wakefield, R.I. 


. 


. 


. 


50 Chris Bethel 


F 


6-5 


210 


So. 


Bronx, N.Y 


2.6 


0.6 


0.1 






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2006-07 



GEORGIA TECH 
YELLOW JACKETS 



HAMPTON PIRATES 





Paul Hewitt 



JAN. 24, 2007 
COLLEGE PARK, MD. 






Theodis Tarver 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Atlanta, Ga. 

Enrollment: 16,000 

Founded: 1885 



2006-07 SCHEDULE 



Colors: Old Gold and White 



Conference: Atlantic Coast 



Nickname: Yellow Jackets, Rambling Wreck 
Home Arena: Alexander Memorial Coliseum 
(9,191) 



President: Dr. G. Wayne Clough 



Athletics Director: Dan Radakovich 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach . Pau l Hewitt (SI, John Fisher '85) 
Career Record/Yrs: 173-110/9 



Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 



Office Phone: 404-894-5425 



Assistant Coaches: John O'Connor (Penn State '83), 
Charlton Young (Georgia Southern '94), Peter 
Zaharis (New York Univ. '87) 



2005-06 

Overall Record: 11-17 



Conference Record: 4-12 / 11th (ACQ 



Final Rankings: None 



Postseason: None 



MEDIA SERVICES 

Basketball SID l^ike Stamus 



Office Phone: 404-894-5445 



Home Phone: 404-218-9723 



Date 


Opponent 


N10 


vs. Eton 


N13 


vs. Jackson State 


N16 


vs. Georgia State 


N20 


vs. Purdue (Maui Invitational) 


N21-22 


Maui Invitational 


N28 


vs. Penn State 


D3 


at Miami 


D9 


atVanderbilt 


D18 


vs. Centenary 


D22 


vs. Georgia 


D28 


vs. Troy 


D30 


vs. SI. Francis (Pa.) 


J3 


vs. Winston-Salem State 


J6 


at Clemson 


J1D 


vs. Duke 


J13 


vs. Florida State 


J20 


at. North Carolina 


J24 


at Maryland 


J28 


vs. Virginia Tech 


J30 


at Wake Forest 


F3 


vs. Clemson 


F6 


vs. North Carolina State 


F11 


vs. Connecticut 


F13 


at Florida State 


F18 


at Duke 


F21 


vs. Wake Forest 


F24 


at Virginia 


Ml 


vs. North Carolina 


M4 


Boston College 



E-Mail: mike.sla mus@gtaa.gatech.edu 
Office Fax 704-894-1248 



Press Row Phone: 404-894-5458 



Website: www.ramblinwreck.com 



SERIES INFORMATION 

Series Record: Georgia Tech Leads, 33-33 

Last Meeting: Maryland won, 82-64, on 3/09/06 
(Greensboro) 



2006-07 ROSTER 

No. Player Pes. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


Lewis Clinch 


G 


6-3 


200 


So. 


Cordele. Ga. 


8.9 


2.8 


2.1 


1 Javaris Crittendon 


G 


64 


200 


Fr. 


Atlanta, Ga. 






. 


2 Matt Causey 


G 


&fl 


187 


Sr. 


Gainesville, Ga. 


. 


- 




4 Ra'Sean Dickey 


C 


6-9 


250 


Jr. 


Clio, S.C. 


13.2 


6.8 


0.6 


5 Mario West 


G 


64 


215 


Sr. 


Douglasville, Ga. 


5.2 


2.6 


2.1 


11 Mouhammad Faye 


F 


6-8 


205 


Fr. 


Dakar Senegal 


_ 


0.9 


. 


12 PacoDiaw 


G 


6-6 


185 


So. 


Dakar Senegal 


0,9 
3.9 


0.8 


13 D'Andre Bell 


GIf 


6-5 


210 


So. 


Los Angeles. Calif. 


14 


14 Tv Anderson 


G 


6-3 


198 


Fr. 


Watkinsville, Ga. 








23 Anthonv Morrow 


G 


6-5 


210 


Jr 


Chariotte, N.C. 


16.0 


4.5 


1,6 


32 Jeremis Smith 


F 


6-7 


232 


Jr. 


Fort Worth, Texas 


11.0 


8.2 


1,7 


33 Thaddeus Young 


F 


6^ 


215 


Fr. 


Memphis, Tenn. 


. 


. 


_ 


34 Brad Sheehan 


C 


6-10 


223 


Fr. 


Latham, N.Y 


. 






35 Zach Peacock 


F 


6-7 


235 


Fr. 


Miami, Fla. 


. 


. 


, 


44 AladeAminu 


F/C 


6-9 


225 


So. 


Stone Mountain, Ga. 


2.4 


1.8 


0,2 



NOV. 7, 2006 

Kevin Nickelberry COLLEGE PARK, MD. Rashad West 

2K SPORTS COLLEGE HOOPS CLASSIC 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Hampton, Va. 



Enrollment: 6,156 



Founded: 1868 



Colors: Royal Blue and White 



Conference: Mid -Eastem (MEAC) 



Nickname: Pirates 



Home Arena: Convocation Center (7,200) 
President: Father Robert J. Spitzer, S.J. 



Athletics Director: Dr. William R. Harvey 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coac h Kevin Nickelberry (Va Wesleyan '86) 

Career Record/Yrs: First Season 

Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 



Office Phone 757-727-5757 



Assistant Coaches: Ed Custodio (St. Francis College 
'98), Edward Joyner, Jr. (Johnson C. Smith '95), 
Bnan Memtt (Towson '03) 

2005-06 

Overall Record: 16-16 

Conference Record: 10-8 

Final Rankings: None 

Postseason: 0-1, Lost to Monmouth, 71-49, in NCAA 
First Round 



MEDIA SERVICES 

Basketball SID: Jamar Ross 
Office Phone: 757-727-5757 



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Mobile Phone: 757-871-9475 



2006-07 SCHEDULE 

Date Opponent 


N7 


at Maryland 


N8 


vs. Vermont/New Orleans 


N15 


at Holy Cross 


N18 


Maryland-Baltimore County 


N21 


George Mason 


N25 


at Virginia Commonwealth 


N28 


at Norfolk State 


N30 


UNC Greensboro 


D2 


vs. Howard 


D16 


at Virginia 


D20 


at St. Bonaventure 


D28 


at William & Mary 


J6 


at Bethune-Cookman 


J8 


alFlondaA&M 


J13 


Morgan Stale 


J15 


Coppin State 


J20 


at Delaware State 


J22 


at Longwood 


J27 


at South Carolina State 


J29 


at North Carolina A&T 


F3 


Bethune-Cookman 


F5 


FlondaA&M 


FIO 


at Morgan State 


F12 


at Coppin State 


F17 


Delaware State 


F21 


Norfolk State 


F24 


South Carolina State 


F26 


North Carolina A&T 


F28 


Maryland-Eastern Shore 



E-Mail: la mar ross (ghampton.edu 
Office Fax: 757-728-6889 



Press Row Phone: 757-728-6889 




Website: www.hamplonpirales.com 

SERIES INFORMATION 

Senes Record: Ma ryland Leads,_H) 



Last Meeting: Maryland won, 108-58, on 1/8/03 



2006-07 ROSTER 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


1 Matthew Pilgrim 


F 


6-8 


225 Fr. 


Cincinnati, Ohio 


. 


. 


- 


2 Vincent Simpson 


G 


6-1 


170 Fr. 


Upper Dartjy Pa. 




. 


- 


3 Rashad West 


G 


6-1 


175 Jr 


Raleigh, N.C. 


10.1 


1.9 


1.8 


11 Oluwaseyi Oseni 


C 


6-10 


245 Fr. 


West Hartford, Conn. 


. 


. 


. 


12 TheoSmalling 


F 


6-7 


220 Fr. 


Tampa, Fla. 




- 


. 


14 Demario Mattox 


G 


6-3 


180 So. 


Rocky Mount. Va. 


1.3 


1.6 


0.7 


15 Adrian Woodard 


F 


6-4 


200 Jr 


Sanford, N.C. 


4.4 


4.1 


0.9 


20 Lionel Pehoua 


F 


6-5 


230 Jr. 


Germantown, Md. 


3.4 


3.1 


0.1 


21 Mike Freeman 


F 


6-8 


220 Fr 


Ft. Belvoir, Va. 


. 


. 




32 JohnNtoko 


G 


6-3 


208 Fr 


Greenbelt, Md. 




- 


. 


33 Junior Pehoua 


G 


6-6 


210 Sr. 


Gemiantown, Md. 


4.0 


1.7 


0.4 


50 Kevin Clark 


F 


6-7 


190 So. 


Chariotte, N.C. 


0.9 


1.6 


0.1 



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2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 



27 SPORT 



HIGH POINT PANTHERS 





Bart Lundy 



NOV. 24. 2006 
COLLEGE PARK. MD. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location High Point, N.C. 

Enrollment : 3,100 

Founded: 1924 




ILLINOIS 
FIGHTING ILLINI 




Arizona Reid 



Colors: Purple an d White 
Conference: Bi g South 



Nickname: Panthers 

Home Arena Millis Athletic Center (2,565) 



President: Dr. Nido Qubein 



Athletics Director: Dr. Woody Gibson 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Bart Lundy (Winlhrop '93) 
Career Record/Yrs: 163-83/9 



Best Time to Reach Contact SID 



Office Phone: 336-841-9181 



Assistant Coaches: Josh Schertz (Florida Atlantic 
'00), Don Burgess (Radford '95), Brian MacDon- 
ald (Florida Atlantic '05) 



2005-06 

Overall Record 16-13 
Conference Reco rd: 6-8 
Final Ranki ngs: None 



Postseason: 0-1 : Lost to Winthrop, 77-65, Big South 
semifinals 

MEDIA SERVICES 

Basketball SID: Bnan Morgan 



Office Phone 336-841-4605 



Mobile Phone 336-848-7932 



E-Mail, bmo rganighighpoint.edu 



2006-07 SCHEDULE 

Date Opponent 


N10 


vs. UT-Martin 


N11 


vs. Howard 


N12 


at Cincinnati 


N15 


vs. Covenant 


N21 


vs. Chov»an 


N24 


at Maryland 


D2 


vs. Ohio Valley 


D4 


Elon 


D6 


Lonqwood 


D9 ' 


at North Carolina 


D16 


vs. Gardner-Webb 


D18 


at Flonda Slate 


D22 


vs. Loyola (Md.) 


J2 


vs. Lees-McRae 


J6 


vs. Radford 


J10 


atVMI 


J13 


vs. UNC-Asheville 


J17 


vs. Liberty 


J20 


at Charieston Southern 


J22 


at Coastal Carolina 


J25 


vs. Winthrop 


J28 


at Lonqwood 


J31 


at Radford 


F3 


at Liberty 


F6 


at Savannah State 


F10 


vs. Coastal Carolina 


F14 


at UNC-Asheville 


F17 


vs. Charleston Southern 


F20 


at Winthrop 


F24 


vs. VMI 



Office Fax 336-841-9182 



Press Row Phone: 336-841-4638 



Website: w vw.highpoinlpanthers.com 

SERIES INFORMATION 

Senes Records: First Meeting 



2006-07 ROSTER 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 

8.1 


RPG 

2.2 


APG 


1 Mike Jefferson 


G 


5-10 


190 


Jr. 


Kansas City, Mo. 


3.2 


2 Jerald Minnis 


F 


6-7 


235 


Jr. 


Miami, Fla. 


3.1 


2.8 


0.2 


3 Melvih Crowder 


G/F 


64 


200 


So. 


Chartolte, N.C. 


2.9 


1.5 


0.6 


4 Eugene Hams 


G 


6-2 


175 


Fr. 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


. 


_ 


. 


10 Landon Quick 


G 


6-1 


175 


Sr. 


High Point, N.C. 


5.2 


2.3 


3.7 


11 Tim Bums 


G 


6-0 


165 


Fr. 


Franklinville, N.J. 


. 


. 




12 Brandon Shepherd 


G 


6-0 


165 


Fr. 


Monroe, N.C. 


. 


. 


. 


14 Kyle Wilek 


G 


6-1 


175 


Jr. 


Brevard, N.C. 


0.6 


0.5 


0.0 


20 Matt Boswell 


F 


6-7 


200 


Fr. 


Piedmont, S.C. 


- 


- 


- 


22 Mike Davidson 


G 


6-2 


170 


So. 


Concord, N.C. 


0.4 


0.3 


0.1 


24 Troy Bowen 


G/F 


64 


205 


So. 


Nashua, N.H. 


4.6 


1.6 


0.9 


30 Anzona Reid 


G 


6-5 


205 


Jr. 


Gaffney, S.C. 


18.3 


8.9 


1.7 


31 Josh Lamons 


F 


6-8 


220 


So. 


Miami, Fla. 


1.5 


0.8 


0.1 


33 Joey Taylor 


F 


6-8 


220 


Fr. 


Leeds, Ala. 


. 


. 




50 Cnjz Daniels 


F/C 


6-11 


215 


Fr. 


Cleanivater, Fla. 




. 





Bruce Webber 



NOV. 28, 2006 
CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

ACC/BIG TEN CHALLENGE 




Jamar Smith 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Urba na-Champaign, III. 

Enrollment 38.000 



Founded: 1867 



Colors Orange and Blue 

Conferen ce: Bigjen 

Nicknam e: Fighting lllini 



Home Arena: Assemb ly Hall (16,618) 
President: B Joseph White 



Athletic Director. Ron Guenther 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Bmce Weber 

Career Record/Yrs 192-70/8 



Best Tim e to Reach Contact SID 
Office Phone: 217-333-3400 



Assistant Coaches: Wayne McClain (Bradley 
'77), Jay Price (Kansas '91), Tracy Webster 
(Wisconsin ' 95) 

2005-06 

Overall Record : 26-7 

Conf erence R ecord: 11-5 /2nd 

Final Rankings: 13th in AP, 17th in ESPN/USA 

Today 

Postseason: 1-1 , Lost to Washington, 67-64, in NCAA 
Secon d Round _ 

MEDIA SERVICES 

Basketball SID Derrick Burson 

gfficePhone:"217-333-1391 ^ 

Mobile Phone:217-49 3-9795 

E^^Mail burson@uiuc edjj 



Office Fax 217-333-5540 



2006-07 SCHEDULE 

N1 vs. Lewis 


N8 


vs. SlU-Edwardsville 


N13 


vs. Austin Peay 


N15 


vs. Jackson State 


N17 


vs. Georgia Southern 


N19 


vs. Florida A&M 


N21 


vs. Savannah State 


N24 


vs. Miami 


N25 


vs. Bradley 


N28 


vs. Maryland 


D2 


at Arizona 


D6 


vs. lUPUl 


D9 


vs Illinois-Chicago 


D17 


vs. Belmont 


D19 


at Missouri 


D21 


vs. Idaho State 


D29 


at Xavier 


J3 


at Michigan 


J6 


vs. Ohio State 


J10 


vs. Iowa 


J14 


at Michigan State 


J17 


at Minnesota 


J20 


vs. Wisconsin 


J23 


vs. Indiana 


J27 


at Purdue 


J30 


vs. Michigan State 


F3 


vs. Minnesota 


F7 


at Northwestern 


F10 


at Indiana 


F18 


vs. Northwestern 


F21 


vs. Michigan 


F24 


at Penn. State 


M3 


at Iowa 



Press Row Phone: 217-333-1227 



Website: wvtfw.fightingillini.com 



SERIES INFORMATION 

Series R ecord: Maryland leads. 3-2 

Last Meeting: Maryland won, 76-63, on 11/27/01 
(College Park) 



2006-07 ROSTER 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


1 Trent Meacham 


G 


6-2 


195 


So. 


Champaign, III. 


. 




- 


2 Chris Hicks 


G 


6-2 


190 


Jr. 


Chicago, III. 


0.9 


0.1 


0.1 


3 Chester Frazier 


G 


6-2 


190 


So. 


Baltimore, Md. 


1.3 


1.7 


1.9 


21 Brian Cariwell 


C 


6-11 


265 


Fr. 


Maywood, III. 


- 


. 


. 


25 Calvin Brock 


G 


6-5 


190 


So. 


Chicago, III. 


1.4 


1.6 


0.4 


31 Jamar Smith 


G 


6-3 


175 


So. 


Peona, III. 


8.0 


1.7 


1.3 


33 RichMcBride 


G 


6-3 


205 


Sr. 


Springfield, III. 


10.0 


1.8 


2.1 


34 C.J. Jackson 


F 


6-8 


260 


Fr. 


Buena Vista, Ga. 


. 


. 


- 


41 Warren Carter 


F 


6-9 


215 


Sr. 


Dallas, Tx. 


4.8 


2.8 


0.5 


42 Brian Randle 


F 


6-8 


215 


Jr. 


Peoria, III. 


8.5 


5.4 


1.5 


44 Marcus Arnold 


F 


6-8 


245 


Sr. 


Chicago, III. 


3.5 


2.4 


0.1 


55 Shaun Pruitt 


F/C 


6-10 


240 


Jr. 


Aurora, III. 


6.2 


5.1 


0.5 


50 Richard Semrau 


F 


6-9 


215 


Fr. 


Rocky River, Ohio 


. 


- 


- 



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MIAMI HURRICANES 





JeffRuland 



JAN. 4, 2006 
COLLEGE PARK, MD. 




Anthony Bruin Frank Haith 



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JAN. 10, 2006 
COLLEGE PARK, MD. 




Anthony King 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Locatio n New Rochelle, NY 

Enrollmenl: 2,980 

Founded: 1940 

Colors; Maroon and Gold 



Confere nce: Metro Atlantic Alhletic 

Nickname: Gaels 

Home Arena: Hynes Attiletics Center (2.61 1 ) 

President: Br. James A. Liguori 

Attiletics Direct or: Patnck Lyons 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Jeff Ruland (lona '91 ) 

Career RecordA'rs: 137-107/8 



Bes^Time to Reacti: Contact SID 
Office Ptione, Contact SID 



Assistant Coaches: Nick Macarchuk (Canisius 
'88), Sam Worttien (Marquette '03), Vin Parise 
(lona '00) 

2005-06 

Overal l Record: 23-8 

Conference Record: 13-5 

Final Rankings: None 

Postseason: 0-1, Lost to LSU, 80-64, in NCAA 
First Round 

MEDIA SERVICES 

Basketba ll SID: Brian Beyrer 



Office Phone: (914) 633-2334 



Mobile Phone: (914 )497-3136 

E-Mai l: BBeyrer@iona.edu 

OfficeFax: (914)'633-2072 



Press Row Phone: (914) 633-2670 

Website: www.iona.edu/gaeis 

SERIES INFORMATION 

Senes Record. Maryland leads. 1-0 

Last Meeting: Maryland won, 74-59, on 3/16/2000 
(Minneapolis) 



2006-07 SCHEDULE 

Date Opponent 


N14/15 


NIT Season Tip-off 


N14 


vs. Winthrop 


N15 


vs. North Carolina/Sacred Heart 


N21 


at Buffalo 


N22 


NIT Season Tip-off Semifinal 


N24 


NIT Season Tip-off Final 


N28 


at Rhode Island 


D3 


at Fordham 


D7 


at Rider 


D10 


at Vermont 


D16 


at Rutgers 


D19 


Niagara 


D22 


New Hampshire 


D30 


Princeton 


J4 


at Maryland 


J6 


at Loyola 


J9 


at Marist 


J12 


Manhattan 


J14 


Fairfield 


J18 


at Canisius 


J20 


at Niagara 


J23 


at Fairfield 


J27 


Loyola 


J29 


Canisius 


F1 


at Siena 


F3 


Rider 


F9 


Siena 


F11 


Marist 


F14 


at Saint Peter's 


F17 


at BracketBusters Senes 


F23 


Saint Peter's 


F25 


at Manhattan 


M2-5 


MAAC Championship 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Coral Gables, Flonda 

Enrollment: 15,250 

Founded: 1925 



Colors: Orange, Green, and White 



Conference: Atlantic Coast Conference 
Nickname Hurricanes 



Home Arena Ban kUnited Center (7,000) 

President: Dr Donna E S halala 

Athletics Director: Paul Dee 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Frank Haith (Elon, '88) 
Career Record/Yrs: 34-29/3 



Best Time to Reach: Con tact SID 

Office Phone : C ontact SID 

Assistant Coaches: Jorge Fernandez (Stetson. '85), 
Michael Hunt (Fumian, '85), Butch Estes (North 
Carolina, '71) 

2005-06 

Ov erall Record: 18 -16 

Conference Record: 7-9/7th in ACC 

Final Rankings: None 

Postseason: 2-1, Lost to Michigan, 71-65, in Third 
Round of NIT 

MEDIA SERVICES 

Basketball SID: Samuel Henderson 

Office Phone: 305-284-3248 



Mo bile Phone. 30 5-803- 2159 
E-Mai l: shenderson(gmia mi.edu 
Office Fax: 305-284-2807 



Press Row Phone: 305-284-1238 



Website: www.hurricanesports.com 

SERIES INFORMATION 

Senes Record: Miami leads, 5-3 

Last Meeting: Maryland won, 65-61, on 3/1/06 
(College Pari<) 



2006-07 SCHEDULE 

Date Opponent 


N11 


Flonda International 


N14 


Alcom State 


N17-19 


at America Youth Classic 
(Evansville, Buffalo, Cleveland St.) 


N25 


Lafayette 


N28 


at Northwestern 


D3 


Georgia Tech 


D9 


Lehigh 


D11 


Mississippi State 


D16 


Stetson 


D20 


Binghamton 


D23 


at Louisville 


D30 


vs. Nebraska 
(Orange Bowl Classic) 


J2 


at Massachusetts 


J6 


Wake Forest 


J10 


at Maryland 


J14 


Duke 


J16 


at Boston College 


J20 


at Flonda State 


J23 


Virginia Tech 


J31 


at North Carolina 


F3 


at Virginia 


F7 


Boston College 


F10 


NC State 


F17 


at Wake Forest 


F21 


Virginia 


F24 


at Virginia Tech 


F28 


at Clemson 


M3 


Florida State 



2006-07 ROSTER 

No, Player Pes. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


00 John Kelly 


C 


7-0 


270 


Jr. 


West Milford, N.J. 


2.4 


1.8 


0.2 


3 DeShaune Griffin 


G 


6-0 


160 


Fr. 


Fayetteville, N.C. 






_ 


4 Gary Springer 


F-C 


6-9 


230 


Jr. 


Union City, Ga. 


5.6 


4.7 


0.4 


10 Kyle Camper 


G 


6-3 


190 


Jr. 


Wicomico, Md. 









11 Milan Prodanovic 


G 


6-2 


180 


Fr. 


Queens, N.Y. 


. 


_ 




21 Aleio Rodriguez 


F 


6-8 


220 


Fr. 


Bronx, N.Y. 




_ 


. 


22 Mike Hams 


G 


6-3 


185 


Fr. 


Columbus, Ohio 


. 


- 




23 Devon Clarke 


F 


6-6 


205 


So. 


Windsor, Conn. 


1.5 


0.0 


0.0 


24 Dexter Gray 


F 


6-7 


235 


Jr. 


Mr. Vemon, N.Y. 


. 


. 




30 Anthony Bmin 


F 


6-7 


235 


Sr. 


Albany, N.Y. 


7.2 


4.9 


0.8 


32 Justin Marshall 


F 


6-8 


220 


Sr. 


Queens, N.Y. 


1.6 


1,1 


04 


35 Jason McPherson 


G 


6-1 


180 


Jr. 


Bronx, N.Y 


0.6 


0.2 


0.0 



55 Kevin Hassetl 



G-F 6-8 205 Fr. Scottsdale, Ariz. 



2006-07 ROSTER 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


00 


Jimmy Graham 


F 


6-8 


245 


So. 


Goldsboro, N.C. 


1.8 


2.2 


0.1 


12 


Anthony Harris 


G 


6-2 


187 


Sr. 


Chicago, 111. 


9.5 


2.2 


3.1 


15 


Denis Clemente 


G 


6-0 


178 


So. 


Bayamon, Puerto Rico 


5.5 


1.3 


2.1 


20 


Lawrence Gilbert 


G/F 


6-7 


201 


Fr. 


New Orleans, La. 


- 


- 


. 


21 


Dwayne Collins 


F 


6-8 


232 


Fr. 


Miami. Fla. 


. 


- 


- 


22 


Fabio Nass 


F 


6-11 


205 


Jr. 


Santa Catarina, Brazil 


_ 


- 


- 


23 


James Dews 


G 


6-3 


198 


Fr. 


Cincinnati. Ohio 


- 


. 


- 


25 


Jonathan Straiten 


G 


6-3 


180 


Jr. 


Sandusky. Ohio 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


30 


Adrian Thomas 


F 


6-7 


223 


So. 


Pembroke Pines, Fla. 


1.1 


0.8 


0.1 


32 


Brian Asbury 


G 


6-7 


214 


So. 


Miami, Fla. 


1.0 


1.4 


0.3 


33 


Jack McClinton 


G 


6-1 


185 


So. 


Baltimore, Md. 


. 


- 




42 


Raymond Hicks 


F 


6-7 


238 


Jr. 


Longview, Texas 


1.7 


1.1 


0.1 


44 


Keaton Copeland 


F 


6-5 


245 


Sr. 


Miramar, Fla. 


1.6 


0.4 


0.2 


50 


Anthony King 


F 


6-9 


242 


Sr. 


Durham, N.C. 


8.8 


6.9 


0.7 



-^ 



2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACCCHAMPIONS^ 



27 SPORT 



MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY 
KANGAROOS 



MOUNT ST. MARY'S 
MOUNTAINEERS 





Rich Zvosec 



DEC. 13. 2006 
COLLEGE PARK, MD. 




Quinton Day Milan Brown 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location Kansas City, Mo. 

Enrollment: 14,256 

Founded: 1933 



2006-07 SCHEDULE 



Colors: Blue and Gold 



Conference: Mid-Continent 



Nicknam e, Kangaroos 



Home Arena: Municipal Auditorium (9,827) and 

Kemper Arena (18,700) 

President: Dr. Guy H. Bailey 

Atliletic Director: Rick Anderson 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Rich Zvosec (Defiance '83) 
Career RecordA'rs: 175-219/14 



Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 



Office Phone: 816-235-1036 



Assistant Coaches: Ken Dempsey (Moravian'83). 
Jason Ivey (Temple '97) 



2005-06 

Overall Record: 14-14 



Conference Record: 11-5/3rd in Mid-Con 



Final Rank ings: None 
Postseason: None 



MEDIA SERVICES 

Basketball SID: James Allan 
Office Phone: 816-235-1034 



Ivfobile Phone: 319-621-7893 



E-Mail alla n|c@umkc.edu 



Office Fax 816-235-1035 



Press Row Phone: 816-513-5217 



N4 


vs. Benedictine Colleqe 


N7 


vs. Paris University 


N13 


vs. Florida Atlantic 


N15 


vs. Baker University 


N19 


at Central Micliiqan 


N22 


vs. Pacific 


N24 


Great Alaska Shootout 


N25- 


Great Alaska Shootout 


N29 


at Wichita State 


D2 


atArisansas 


D5 


vs. Utah Valley State 


D9 


at Northern Iowa 


D13 


at Maryland 


D16 


vs. Central Ari(ansas 


D19 


vs. South Dakota State 


D23 


at Flonda Atlantic 


J2 


at Utah Valley State 


J4 


vs. Chicago State 


J6 


vs. Southern Utah 


J11 


vs. Centenary 


J13 


vs. Oral Roberts 


J18 


at lUPUl 


J20 


at Oakland 


J25 


vs. Valparaiso 


J27 


vs. Western lllinoi 


F3 


atSouthemUlah 


F8 


at Oral Roberts 


F10 


at Centenary 


F15 


vs. Oakland 


F17 


vs. lUPUl 


F22 


at Westem lllinoi 


F24 


at Valparaiso 



Website: www.umkckangaroos.com 

SERIES INFORMATION 

Senes Record. First Meeting 



2006-07 ROSTER 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht, 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


3 Dane Bnjmaqin 


G 


6^ 


185 


So. 


Montgomery City, Mo. 


4.5 


2.0 


0.6 


4 Jeremiah Hartsock 


F 


6-9 


205 


Jr. 


Bartlesville, Okla. 


2.1 


2.1 


0.2 


10 Dominique Johnson 


G 


5-10 


155 


Fr. 


Kansas City, Mo. 




14 Alex Pledger 


C 


7-1 


235 


So. 


Hamilton, New Zealand 


0.9 


1.3 


0.1 


15 Brent Stephens 


F/G 


6-6 


205 


Jr. 


Jay, Okla. 


5.7 


2.3 


0.6 


22 Tim Blackwell 


G 


64 


185 


Jr. 


Cameron, Mo. 


11.4 


3.2 


2.6 


23 DeeAyuba 


F 


6-6 


210 


Sr. 


Oklahoma City. Okla, 


14.3 


6.7 


1.3 


30 Jakub Jurczak 


F 


6-9 


205 


So. 


Krosno. Poland 


0.0 


0.4 


0.0 


33 Bnan Gettinqer 


F 


6-9 


210 


So. 


Overland Park, Kan. 


3.3 


1.5 


0.2 


41 Akeem Hemingway 


G 


60 


185 


Jr. 


Myrtle Beach. S.C. 


_ 


_ 


. 


44 Quinton Day 


G 


6-1 


175 


Sr. 


Kansas City, Mo. 


20.3 


3.6 


4.6 


45 Blake Crawford 


F 


6-8 


225 


Sr. 


Overtand Parte, Kan. 


2.0 


2.5 


0.3 


54 Kyle Spears 


C 


6-9 


245 


Sr. 


Olathe, Kan. 


2.3 


3.5 


0.2 



DEC. 28, 2006 
COLLEGE PARK, MD. 




Mychal Kearse 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location Emmit sburg, Md. 

Enrollment: 1,522 

Founded: 1808 

Colors Blue and White 



Conference Northeast 



Nickname Mountaineers, The Mount 



Home Arena Knott Arena (3,121) 



President: Dr Thomas H. Powell 



Athletic Director: Dr. Harold P Menninqer 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coa ch Milan Bro wn (Howard '93) 

Career Record/Yrs: 30-56/3 

Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 

Office Phone: 301-447-5384 



Assistant Coaches: Bnon Dunlap (Old Dominran '98), 
Tyrone Perry (Delaware '99), Kevin Robinson, Jr. 
(St. M ary's '00) 

2005-06 

Overall Record: 13-17 



Conferen ce Re c ord: 11 -7 /4th in Northeast 

Final Ra nkings. None 

Postseason: None 



MEDIA SERVICES 

Basketball SID: Marit Vandergrift 
Office Pho ne: 301-44 7-5384 
Mobile Phone: 301-748-0587 



E-Mail: Vandergnft@msmafY.edu 



2006-07 SCHEDULE 

Date Opponent 


N10 


at West Virginia 


N14 


vs. James Madison 


N18 


at La Salle 


N20 


at Binqhamton 


N27 


vs. American 


N29 


vs. Maine 


02 


at Loyola 


07 


vs. Quinnipiac 


017 


at Nortti Carolina St. 


018 


atWinthrop 


D22 


at Lafayette 


028 


at Maryland 


J4 


at Lonq Island 


J6 


at Monmouth 


J8 


vs. Sacred Heart 


J11 


vs.Central Connecficut St. 


J13 


vs. St. Francis (NY) 


J18 


at SL Francis (PA) 


J20 


at Robert Morris 


J25 


vs. Wagner 


J27 


vs. Fairieiqh Dickinson 


F1 


at Central Connecticut St, 


F3 


at Quinnipiac 


F8 


vs. St. Francis (PA) 


F10 


vs. Robert Monis 


F15 


at Sacred Heart 


F17 


vs. Monmouth 


F22 


at Wagner 


F24 


at SL Francis (NY) 



Office Fax: 301447-5300 



Press Row Phone: N/A 



Website: hltp://v»ww.mountathletics.com/ 

SERIES INFORMATION 

Senes Record: Maryland leads, 5-0 

Last Meeting: Maryland won, 85-53, on 1/4/05 
(College Paris) 



2006-07 ROSTER 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


Jean Cajou 


G 


6-3 


180 


Fr. 


Fairfax, Va. 






. 


1 Jeremy Goode 


G 


5-9 


172 


Fr. 


Chartotte, N.C. 


- 


- 


. 


2 Chris Vann 


G 


M 


195 


Jr. 


Woodbridge, Va. 


4.4 


1.5 


0.3 


3 Mychal Keatse 


G 


6-4 


201 


Sr. 


Chariotte, N.C. 


10.6 


7.8 


4.6 


4 Gus Dun- 


F 


6-6 


215 


Sr. 


Pasadena, Md. 


6.6 


2.5 


2.7 


5 Kelly Beidler 


F 


6-5 


205 


Fr. 


Virginia Beach, Va. 


_ 


. 




10 Nick Whitney 


F 


6-4 


190 


Sr. 


Hillsboro. N.H. 


0.1 


0.0 


0.0 


11 Will Holland 


G/F 


64 


203 


Fr. 


Holland. Texas 


. 


- 


- 


22 Joey Butler 


G 


6-2 


170 


So. 


Ft. Washinqton, Md. 


5.3 


2.7 


3.0 


31 Kiric Bunn 


F 


6-6 


220 


Sr. 


Brooklyn, N.Y 


2.5 


2.2 


0.3 


34 Tayvon Jackson 


F/C 


6-8 


205 


Fr. 


Indian Head, Md. 


. 






40 Sam Atupem 


F 


6-7 


210 


So. 


Newport News, Va. 


5.7 


3.1 


0.2 


45 Maritus Mitchell 


F 


6-7 


248 


So. 


Virqinia Beach, Va. 


3.2 


2.0 


0.6 


50 Jason Louqhry 


C 


7-0 


245 


Jr. 


Odenton, Md. 


0.8 


1.1 


0.1 






*.;* 



r* ^:« 



2006-07 MARYLAND 
.MEN'S BASKETBALL 



NORTH CAROLINA 
TAR HEELS 



NC STATE WOLFPACK 





Roy Williams 



FEB. 25, 2007 
COLLEGE PARK, MD. 





Reyshawn Terry 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Chapel Hill. N.C. 

Enrollmenl: 26. 878 

Founded: 1789 

Colors: Carolina Blue and White 



Conference: Atlantic Coast 



Nickname Tar Heels 



Home Arena: Dean E- Smitti Center (21 .800) 
President: Dr. James Moeser 



Athletic Director Did; Baddour 



COACHING SJUFT 

Head Coa ch Roy Willia ms (North Carolina 72) 
Career Recorders: 493-124/18 



Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 
Office Phone: 919-962-1154 



Assistant Coaches. Joe Holladay (Oklahoma '69), 
Steve Robinson (Radford '81), C.B. McGrath 
(Kansas '98) 



2005-06 

Overall Record: 23-8 



Conference Record: 12-4 



Final Rankings: ICth Associated Press, 14th 
Coaches 

Postseason: 1-1. Lost to George Mason, 65-60. in 
NCAA Second Round 



MEDIA SERVICES 

Basketball SID: Steve Kirschner 
Office Phone: 919-962-7258 
Mobile Phone: 9 19 475-2695 
E-Mail: stevekirsch ner@ unc.edu 
Office Fax: 919-962-0612 



2006-07 SCHEDULE 

Date Opponent 


N14 


vs. Sacred Heart (NIT Tip-Off) 


N15 


NITTip-Off 


N19 


vs. Gardner-Webb 


N29 


vs. Ohio State 


D2 


vs. Kentucky 


D9 


vs. High Point 


D16 


vs.UNCAsheville 


D19 


vs. Florida Atlantic 


D22 


at SL Louis 


D28 


vs. Rutgers 


D31 


vs. Dayton 


J3 


vs. Pennsylvania 


J7 


vs. Florida State 


J10 


vs. Virginia 


J13 


at Virginia Tech 


J17 


at Clemson 


J20 


vs. Georgia Tech 


J24 


at Wake Forest 


J27 


at Arizona 


J31 


vs. Miami 


F3 


at North Carolina State 


F7 


at Duke 


F10 


vs. Wake Forest 


F13 


vs. Virginia Tech 


F17 


at Boston College 


F21 


vs. North Carolina Stale 


F24 


at Maryland 


Ml 


at Georgia Tech 


M4 


vs. Duke 



Press Row Phone none listed 



Website: TarHeelBlue.com 



SERIES INFORMATION 

Senes Record: North Carolina leads, 113-53 
Last Meeting: North Carolina v»on. 81-57. on 2/26/06 
(Chapel Hill) 



2006-07 ROSTER 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


1 Marcus Ginyard 


G/F 


6-5 


218 


So. 


Alexandria. Va. 


6.3 


2.6 


1.2 


2 Wayne Ellington 


G 


64 


195 


Fr. 


Wynnewood. Pa. 


. 


. 


. 


3 Reyshawn Terry 


F 


6^ 


232 


Sr. 


Winston-Salem. N.C. 


14.3 


6.2 


1.4 


4 Bobby Frasor 


G 


6-3 


208 


So. 


Blue Island, III. 


6.4 


2.2 


4.4 


5 Ty Lawson 


G 


5-11 


193 


Fr. 


Clinton, Md. 


. 


_ 




11 Quentin Thomas 


G 


6-3 


185 


Jr. 


Oakland, Calif. 


2.3 


1.8 


2.5 


13 William Graves 


F 


6-6 


260 


Fr. 


Greensboro, N.C. 


. 


. 




14 Danny Green 


F/G 


6-5 


210 


So. 


North Babylon, N.Y. 


7.5 


3.7 


1.2 


15 Dewey Bur1(e 


G 


6-0 


210 


Sr. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


0.5 


0.4 


1.1 


21 Deon Thompson 


F 


6^ 


245 


Fr. 


Torrance. Calif. 


. 


. 


. 


22 Wes Miller 


G 


5-11 


190 


Sr. 


Charlotte, N.C. 


7.2 


1.4 


1.9 


24 SurtvWood 


F 


6-5 


205 


Jr. 


Raleigh, N.C. 


0.4 


1.3 


0.0 


25 Marc Campbell 


G 


5-11 


165 


So. 


Raleigh, N.C. 


. 


. 




32 Alex Stephenson 


F 


6-9 


225 


Fr. 


Los Angeles, Calif. 


. 


. 


. 


34 Brandan Wright 


F 


6-9 


205 


Fr. 


Nashville, Tenn. 




_ 


_ 


40 Mike Copeland 


F 


6-7 


225 


So. 


Winston-Salem, N.C. 


1.5 


1.1 


0.0 



FEB. 14, 2007 
RALEIGH, N.C. 

MAR. 3, 1007 
COLLEGE PARK, MD. 




EnginAtsur 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location Ralei gh. N.C. 

Enrollment. 29^957 

Founded: 1887 

Colors Red and White 



Conference Atlantic Coast 



Nickname Wolfpack 



Home Arena: RBC Center (19.722) 

President: Dr. James L, Oblinger 

Athletics Director: Lee Fowler 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Sidney Lowe (St Paul's '06) 
Career Record/Yrs: First Year 



Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 



Assistant Coaches: Monte Towe (NC State '75), 
Larry Hams (Pittsburgh '78), Pete Strickland 
(Pittsburgh '79) 



2005-06 

Overall Record: 22-10 



Conference Record: 10-6 / 4th in ACC 



Final Rankings: None 



Postseason: 1-1. Lost to Texas, 75-54, NCAA 
Second Round 

MEDIA SERVICES 

Basketball S ID Annabelle Vaughan 

Office Phone 919-515-2102 



Mobile Phone 919-819-8302 



E-Mail: ann abelle _vaughn@ncsu.edu 
Office Fax. 919-515-2898 



2006-07 SCHEDULE 

Date Opponent 


N10 


vs. Wofford 


N17 


vs. Delaware State 


N21 


vs. Valparaiso 


N24 


vs. Gardner-Webb 


N27 


vs. Michigan 


D3 


at Virginia 


06 


at West Virginia (Charieston) 


D16 


vs. Mount SL Mary's 


019 


vs. Savannah State 


D20 


vs. Alabama 


D23 


at Cincinnati 


028 


vs. East Carolina 


030 


vs. UNC-Wilmington 


J2 


vs. UNC-Greensbora 


J6 


vs. Boston College 


J9 


vs. Clemson 


J13 


at Wake Forest 


J20 


vs. Duke 


J24 


vs. Virginia 


J31 


Virginia Tech 


F3 


vs. North Carolina 


F6 


at Georgia Tech 


F10 


at Miami 


F14 


vs. Maryland 


F18 


vs. Virginia Tech 


F21 


at North Carolina 


F24 


at Florida State 


F28 


vs. Wake Forest 


M3 


at Maryland 



Press Row Phone: 919-861-6190 



Website: gopack.com 



SERIES INFORMATION 

Senes Record: NC State Leads. 72-67 

Last Meeting: NC State won, 62-58, on 2/5/06 
(Raleigh) 



2006-07 ROSTER 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


APG 


RPG 


2 Simon Hams 


F 


6-5 


230 


Jr. 


Raleigh. N.C. 








4 Courtney Fells 


G 


6-5 


194 


So. 


Shannon. Miss. 


2,0 


1.5 


0.2 


10 Braxton Albritton 


G 


6-2 


205 


Jr. 


Raleiqh, N.C. 


0.9 


0.3 


0.0 


11 Gavin Grant 


F/G 


6-7 


212 


Jr. 


Bronx. N.Y 


8.3 


4.7 


2.3 


12 Famold Degand 


G 


6-3 


170 


So. 


Boston. Mass. 


- 


. 




14 EnginAtsur 


G 


64 


200 


Sr. 


Istanbul. Tudtey 


10.8 


3.2 


34 


15 Trevor Ferguson 


G 


6-5 


176 


Fr. 


Odessa. Fla. 


. 


- 


- 


20 Bryan Niemann 


G/F 


6-6 


215 


Sr. 


Raleiqh. N.C, 


0.2 


0.7 


0.0 


21 Bartosz Lewandowski 


C 


7-3 


245 


Fr. 


Tomn, Poland 


. 


. 


- 


31 Dennis Homer 


F/G 


6-7 


200 


Fr. 


Linwood, N.J. 




- 


- 


33 Brandon Costner 


F 


6-8 


230 


Fr. 


Montclair, N.J. 




- 


- 


34 Ben McCauley 


F 


6-9 


235 


So. 


West Newton, Pa, 


2.1 


1.0 


0.4 


40 Andrew Brackman 


C/F 


6-10 


220 


Jr. 


Cincinnati, Ohio 


7.6 


3.5 


0.9 



50 Tyler Hansbrough F 6-9 245 So. Po p lar Bluff, Mo. 



18.9 7.8 1.3 



2004 ACCXHAMPIONS 



27 SPORTS 



SIENA SAINTS 



FIGHTING IRISH 






Mike Brey 



\iM 



DEC. 3, 2006 
VERIZON CENTER 

BB&T CLASSIC 





DEC. 31,2006 
COLLEGE PARK, MD. 



David Ryan 



Colin Falls 



GENERAL INFORIWIATION 

Location : Noire Dame, Indiana 

Enrollment: 11,279 

Founded: 1842 

Colors: Gold and Blue 

Conference: Big East 



2006-07 SCHEDULE 



Nickname: Figiiting Irish _ _ 

HomeArena: JoyceCenter(11,418) 
President: Rev. John I. Jenkins, CS.C. 
Athletics Director: Don Pope-Davis 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach Mike Brey (Geo rge Wastiinglon '82) 

Car eer Record/Yrs: 217-121/11 

Bes t Time to Reach: Contact SID 

Office Phone: 574-631-6225 



Assistant Coaches: Sean Keamey (Scranton '81), 
Gene Cress (Illinois '94), Rod Balanis (Georgia 
Tech '93) 

2005-06 

Overall Record: 16-14 



Conferen ce Record: 6- 1 / 11th in Big East 
Final Ran kings: None 



Postseason: 1-1, Lost to Ivlichigan, 84-87 (20T), in 
NIT Second Round 

MEDIA SERVICES 

Basketball SID Be madelte Cafarelli 

Office Phone. 574-631-7516 



Mobile Phone 574-273-2390 



E-Mail: bemadelte m.catarelli.li^nd.edu 
Office Fax: 574-631-7941 



Date 


Opponent 


N10 


vs. IPFW 


N13 


vs. Butler 


N14 


vs. Indiana or Lafayette 


N19 


vs. The Citadel 


N22 


NIT Season Tip-Off Semifinal 


N24 


NIT Season Tip-Off 
Championship/Consolation 


N29 


Winston-Salem Slate 


D3 


vs. Maryland 


D7 


vs. Alabama 


D16 


vs. Eton 


D19 


vs. Portland 


D21 


vs. Army 


D28 


vs. Rider 


D30 


vs. Stony Brook 


J3 


vs. Louisville 


J6 


at Georgetown 


J9 


vs. West Virginia 


J14 


vs. Seton Hall 


J17 


atVillanova 


J21 


vs. South Florida 


J23 


at St. John's 


J27 


vs, Villanova 


J30 


at Syracuse 


F3 


at South Florida 


F8 


at DePaul 


F15 


vs. Providence 


F18 


at Cincinnati 


F20 


vs. DePaul 


F24 


vs. Marguetle 


M3 


at Rutgers 



Press Row Phone: 574 -631-5309 
Website: www.und.edu 



SERIES INFORMATION 

Series Record: First Meeting 



2006-07 ROSTER 

No, Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr, 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


2 Torv Jackson G 


5-10 


175 


Fr. 


Saginaw, Mich. 


- 






11 Joe Harden G 


6-7 


210 


Fr. 


Acampo. Calif. 


. 






15 Colin Falls G 


6-5 


204 


Sr 


Park Ridge, III. 


13,8 


2,2 


1.8 


20 Jonathan Peoples G 


6-3 


210 


Fr. 


Bellwood, III. 


. 


. 


- 


23 KvleMcAlamev G 


6-1 


200 


So. 


Staten Island, N.Y. 


6,6 


1.7 


2.5 


31 Rob Kurz F 


6-9 


238 


Jr. 


Lower Geynedd, Pa. 


6.4 


5.1 


0.6 


33 Zach Hillestand F 


6-9 


226 


So. 


Toledo, Ohio 


0.6 


0.2 


0.1 


35 Kieran Filler G 


6-2 


190 


Sr. 


Endicott, N.Y. 


0.7 


0.0 


0.0 


40 Luke Zeller F/C 


6-11 


240 


So. 


Washington, Ind, 


3.4 


3.1 


1.0 


41 TimAndree F 


6-3 


220 


Fr. 


Colts Neck, N.J, 


. 


- 


- 


42 Rvan Avers G/F 


6-7 


203 


So. 


Blue Bell, Pa, 


1.1 


0.7 


0.1 


43 Russell Carter G 


64 


223 


Sr. 


Paulsboro, N,J. 


11.5 


5.1 


1.5 


44 Luke Haranqodv F 


6-8 


255 


Fr. 


Schererville, Ind. 


- 


- 


- 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: L o udonville, NY 

Enrollment": 2,900 

Founded: 1937 



2006-07 SCHEDULE 



Colors: Green and Gold 



Conference: Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference 
(MAAC) 



Nickname: Saints 



HomeArena: Pepsi Arena (14,750) 
President; Fr. Kevin E Mackin, O.FM 



Athletic Director : John D'Argenio 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery (UPenn '82) 

Career Re cord/Yrs: 1154-140/10 

Best T ime lo Reach: Contact^|D 

Office Phone 518-783-2411 

Assistant Coaches: Mitch Buonoguro (Boston 
College '75), Rob Pryor (Air Force '97), Adam 
Chaskin (Michigan '92) 

2005-06 

Overall Record: 15-13 



Conference Record: 10-8 /4th in MAAC 
Final Rankings: None 



Postseason: None 



MEDIA SERVICES 

Basket ball SID: Jason Rich 

Office Phone, 518-783-2377 



Mobile Phone: 518-542-7240 



Date 


Opponent 


N11 


at Stanford 


N18 


at Holy Cross 


N22 


at Dartmouth 


N27 


atNJIT 


N29 


vs. Hofstra 


D2 


vs. UAIbany 


D7 


vs. Niagara 


D9 


vs. Rider 


D23 


at Buffalo 


D28 


vs. Tennessee State 


D31 


at Maryland 


J3 


at Canisius 


J5 


at Niagara 


J9 


vs. Loyola 


J11 


vs. Canisius 


J15 


vs. Mahst 


J19 


vs. Fairfeld 


J21 


at Manhattan 


J23 


vs. NJIT 


J27 


at Rider 


J29 


at Loyola 


F1 


vs. lona 


F4 


vs. Saint Peter's 


F9 


at lona 


F11 


at Saint Peter's 


F14 


at Fairfield 


F17 


vs. Bracketouster 


F22 


vs. Manhattan 


D24 


at Mahst 



E-Mail: N/A 



Office Fax: 518-783-2992 



Mo) 



Press Row Pho ne: 518-487- 2251 
Website: virww.sienasaints.com 



SERIES INFORMATION 

Series Record: Maryland leads 1-0 

Last Meeting: Maryland won, 85-70, on 3/15/02 
(Washington, D.C.) 



2006-07 ROSTER 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


1 Darius Haddix G 


6-3 


192 


Fr. 


Vineland, N.J. 






- 


3 Mike Beers G 


6-2 


184 


Sr. 


Broadalbin, N.Y 


4.8 


1.3 


1.4 


4 Tay Fisher G 


5-9 


168 


Jr. 


Kingston, N.Y 


11.0 


2.3 


1.3 


5 Mick Doemel G 


5-7 


141 


So. 


Albany, N.Y 


0.0 


0.2 


0.0 


11 J.G. Braga G 


6-3 


206 


So. 


Sao Paulo, Brazil 


0.6 


0.2 


0.1 


12 JoshDuell F 


6-7 


254 


Jr. 


Scotia, N.Y 


. 




- 


13 Mousse Diop C 


6-9 


221 


Sr. 


Dakar, Senegal 


1.2 


2.0 


0.2 


21 James Carr C 


6-10 


243 


Fr. 


Bronx, N.Y 


- 


. 


- 


23 Edwin Ubiles F 


6-7 


192 


Fr. 


Pouqhkeepsie, NY 


- 


. 




24 Cory Magee F 


6-8 


224 


Fr. 


Fairport, N.Y 


. 


. 


- 


25 Ronald Moore G 


5-11 


148 


Fr. 


Plymouth, Pa. 


. 


. 


- 


32 Erik Harris C 


6-9 


210 


So. 


Swedesboro, N.J. 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


33 Michael Haddix C 


6-6 


255 


Sr, 


Vineland, N.J. 




. 


- 


34 David Ryan F 


6-7 


220 


Sr. 


Eastchesler, NY 


9.8 


3.7 


1.4 


41 Kenny Hasbrouck G 


6-3 


196 


So. 


Capital Heights, Md. 


12.4 


4.3 


2.6 


42 Alex Franklin F 


6-5 


226 


Fr. 


Reading, Pa. 


- 


- 


. 


44 Justin Maxwell G 


6-3 


174 


So. 


Schenectady, N.Y 


0.1 


0.0 


0.0 



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2006-07 Mi 

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VIRGINIA CAVALIERS 



VIRGINIA TECH HOKIES 





Dave Leitao 



JAN. 16, 2007 
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. 





J.R. Reynolds Seth Greenberg 



JAN. 21,2007 
BLACKSBURG, VA. 




Coleman Collins 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Locatio n: CharloHe sville, Va. 

Enrollment: 20,399 

Founded: 1819 

Colors: Orange and Blue 



Conference: ACC 



Nickname: Cavaliers, Wahoos, 'Hops 

Home Arena: John Paul J ones Arena (15,219) 

President John T Casteen III 



Athletic Difeclor: Craig Liltlepage 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Dave Leitao 



Career Record/Yrs: 95-84/6 



Best Time to Reach, Contact SID 



Office Phone: 434-982-5400 



Assistant Coaches: Rob Lanier (St. Bonaventure 
90), Steve Seymour (Bridgewater Slate '81), 
Bill Courtney (Bucknell 92) 



2005-06 

Overall Record: 15-15 



Conference Record: 7-9 / 7th in ACC 



Final Rankings' None 



Postseason: 0-1, Lost to Stanford, 65-49, in NIT 
First Round 



MEDIA SERVICES 

Basketball SID : R ich Murray 
Office Phone: 434-982-5500 
Mobile Phone: 43 4-97 8-2966 
E-Mail: miurray @virgin ia.edu 



Office Fax: 434-982-5525 



Press Row Phone: 434-296-5910 



Website: www.virginiasports.com 



SERIES INFORMATION 

Series Record: Marylan d leads, 99-63 

Last Meeting: Maryland won, 92-89 (ot), on 2/19/05 
(Charlottesville) 



2006-07 SCHEDULE 

Date Opponent 


N4 


vs. Augusta State 


N12 


vs. Arizona 


N19 


vs. Morgan State 


N22 


vs.UNCAshevilie 


N26 


vs. Maryland Eastem Shore 


N29 


at Purdue 


D3 


vs. North Carolina State 


Die 


vs, Hampton 


D19 


San Juan Shootout 


D20 


San Juan Shootout 


D21 


San Juan Shootout 


D28 


vs, Amencan 


J3 


vs. Gonzaga 


J7 


vs. Stanford 


JIG 


at North Carolina 


J13 


at Boston College 


J16 


vs. Maryland 


J21 


vs. Wake Forest 


J24 


at North Carolina Stale 


J28 


at Clemson 


F1 


vs. Duke 


F3 


vs. Miami 


F6 


at Maryland 


F10 


at Virginia Tech 


F13 


vs. Longwood 


F17 


vs. Florida State 


F21 


at Miami 


F24 


vs. Georgia Tech 


Ml 


vs. Virginia Tech 


M3 


at Wake Forest 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Locati on: Blacksbur g, VA _ 

Enrollmen t: 28,000 

Founded: 187 2 

Colors: Chicago Ma roon and Bu mI Orange 
Conference: Atlantic Coast Conference 



Nickname: Hokies 



Home Arena: Cassell Coliseum 



Presid ent: Dr Ch arles St eger 
Athletics Director: Jim Weaver 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Seth Greenberg (Fairteigh Dickinson, 
_18J 



Career Record/Y rs 258-2 14/16 
Best Time to Reach; Contact SID 



Office Phone: Contact S ID 

Assistant Coaches: Brad Greenberg (American, 77), 
Ryan Odom (Hampden-Sydney, '96), Stacey 
Palmore (Livingstone, '93) 

2005-06 

Overall Record: 14-16 

Conference Record: 4-12 / 10th in ACC 



Final Ranking s: None 



Postseason: None 



MEDIA SERVICES 

Basketball SID: Dave Smith 
Office Phone: (540) 231-8852 
Mobile Phone: (540) 998-5906 



E-Mail: wdyer@vl.edu 



Office Fax: (540) 231-6984 



Press Row Phone: (540) 231-3048 

Website: www.hokiesports.com 

SERIES INFORMATION 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 25-5 

Last Meeting: Maryland won, 81-72, on 1/21/06 
(College Park) 



2006-07 SCHEDULE 

Date Opponent 


N10 


Coppin State 


N23 


Westem Michigan 


N24 


West Virginia/Montana 


N26 


Finals/Consolation 
Old Spice Classic 


N29 


lowa-ACC/Big 10 
Challenge in Blacksburg, VA 


D3 


George Washington 
BB&T Classic 


D6 


Old Dominion 


D10 


Appalachian Slate 


D17 


Wake Forest 


D19 


Lipscomb 


D23 


Campbell 


D30 
J3 


al Marshall 
Richmond 


J6 


at Duke 


J10 


at UNC Greensboro 


J13 


North Carolina 


J17 


at Flonda State 


J21 


Maryland 


J23 


at Miami 


J28 


at Georgia Tech 


J31 


North Carolina Slate 


F3 


at Boston College 


F10 


Virginia 


F13 


al North Carolina 


F18 


at North Carolina State 


F21 


Boston College 


F24 


Miami 


Ml 


at Virginia 


M4 


Clemson 


M8-11 


ACC Tournament 



2006-07 ROSTER 

No, Player Pos, 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


1 Will Harris F/G 


6-6 


230 


Fr. 


Corona, N.Y 


. 


_ 




2 J.R. Reynolds G 


6-2 


188 


Sr. 


Roanoka, Va. 


17.0 


3.1 


1.1 


4 Calvin Baker G 


6-2 


180 


So. 


Newport News, Va. 


- 


. 




11 Laurynas Mikalauskas F 


6-8 


255 


So. 


Palanga, Lithuania 


6,2 


4,5 


0.1 


12 Jamil Tucker F 


6-8 


230 


Fr. 


Gary, Ind. 


. 


, 




21 Tunii Soroye C 


6-11 


245 


Jr. 


Dugbe Ibadan, Nigeria 


1,8 


3.5 


0.1 


24 Mamadi Diane G/F 


6-5 


197 


So. 


Potomac, Md, 


6.0 


3.7 


1.1 


30 Adrian Joseph F 


6-7 


205 


Jr. 


San Fernando, Trinidad 


9.4 


4.5 


0,5 


31 Andv Bums F 


6-8 


202 


Fr. 


Alexandria, Va, 


- 


_ 


. 


33 Jason Cain F 


6-10 


225 


Sr. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


7.4 


7.6 


0.5 


34 Ryan Peltinella F/C 


6-9 


238 


Jr. 


Webster, N.Y 


_ 






44 Sean Singlelary G 


6-0 


185 


Jr. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


17.7 


4.4 


4.3 


45 Solomon Tat G/F 


6-5 


220 


Fr. 


Jos Plateau, Nigeria 


. 


. 


_ 


55 Jerome Meyinsse F/C 


6-8 


230 


Fr 


Baton Rouge, La. 


- 


. 


_ 



2006-07 ROSTER 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


1 


Zabian Dowdell 


G 


6-3 


200 


Sr, 


Pahokee, Fla. 


15.3 


3.1 


3.4 


3 


Nigel Munson 


G 


6-0 


175 


Fr. 


Washington, D.C. 




- 


- 


13 


Deron Washington 


F/G 


6-7 


205 


Jr. 


New Orieans, La. 


10.5 


5.0 


1.1 


14 


Robert Krabbendam 


C/F 


7-0 


240 


So. 


Hoorn, The Netheriands 


1.0 


1.2 


0.1 


15 


Terrance Vinson 


F 


6-8 


230 


Fr. 


Valdosta, Ga. 




- 


- 


21 


Lewis Wilcher 


F 


6-9 


220 


Fr. 


Rocky Mount, Va. 


- 


. 


- 


22 


Jamon Gordon 


G 


6-3 


215 


Sr. 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


11.4 


6.0 


4.4 


23 


Marcus Travis 


G 


6-3 


210 


Jr. 


Blacksburg, Va, 


0.4 


0.2 


0.2 


24 


Markus Sailes 


G 


6-5 


210 


Sr, 


Richmond, Va. 


3.7 


2.3 


1.7 


33 


Coleman Collins 


F 


6-9 


230 


Sr. 


Stone Mountain, Ga. 


14.5 


6.8 


0.6 


34 


Cheick Diakite 


F 


6-9 


230 


So. 


Bamako, Mali 


1.3 


1.5 


0.0 


40 


A.D. Vassallo 


F/G 


6-6 


215 


So. 


Toa Baia, RR. 


6.9 


2.5 


0.9 


42 


Chris Tucker 


F 


6-7 


220 


Sr. 


Fincastle, Va. 


1,5 


1.5 


0.2 




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2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACCXHAMPIONS^ 



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FOREST 
DEACONS 



WINTHROP EAGLES 




Skip Prosser 



FEB. 3, 2007 
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. 





Gregg Marshall 



NOV. 20. 2006 
COLLEGE PARK, MD. 




Craig Bradshaw 



Harvey Hale 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Winslon-Salem. N.C. 

Enrollment; 4j255 

Founded 1834 



2006- 

Date 



07 SCHEDULE 



Opponent 



Colors Old Gold and Black 



Conference; Atlantic Coast 



Nickname; Demon Deacons 



Home Arena; Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial 

Coliseum (14,665) 

President; Dr. Nathan 0. Haldi 

Attiletics Director; Ron Wellman 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coacti. Skip Prosser (U.S. Merctiant Manne 

Academy 72) 

Career Record/Yrs; 276-130/13 

Best Time to Reach: Contact SID 



Office Phone 336-758-5622 



Assistant Coaches: Jeff Battle ((Marshall '83), Dino 
Gaudio (Ohio '61), Pal Kelsey (Xavier '96) 



2005-06 

Overall Record; 17-17 



Conference Record; 3-13/ 12th in ACC 

Final Ranki ngs; None 



Postseason; None 



MEDIA SERVICES 

Basketball SID Dean Buchan 



Office Phone: 336-758-5640 
Mobile Phone 336-287-8954 



N11 


vs. James fi^adison 


N14 


atBucknell 


N17 


vs. Bon 


N21 


vs.Vanderbilt 


N25 


vs. Appalachian State 


N29 


at Air Force 


D2 , 


vs. Georgia 


D13 


at DePaul 


D17 


at Virginia Tech 


D19 


vs. Gardner-Webb 


D22 


vs. Richmond 


D29 


at South Florida 


J2 


vs. East Carolina 


J6 


at Miami 


J9 


vs. Boston College 


J13 


vs. NC State 


J18 


at Duke 


J21 


at Virginia 


J24 


vs. North Carolina 


J27 


at Flonda State 


J30 


vs. Georgia Tech 


F3 


vs. Maryland 


F6 


vs. Winston-Salem State 


F10 


at North Carolina 


F14 


vs. Clemson 


F17 


vs. Miami 


F21 


at Georgia Tech 


F28 


at NC State 


M3 


vs. Virginia 



E-Mail buchandw @wfu.edu 



Office Fax 336-758-5140 



PressRow Phone; 336-7 27-2945 
Website wakeforestsport s com 



SERIES INFORMATION 

Senes Rec ord: Maryland leads, 58-54 

Last Meeting: Maryland won, 90-86, on 1/15/06 
(College Park) 



2006-07 ROSTER 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


2 Shamaine Dukes 


G 


6-1 


175 


So. 


Cuthbert, Ga. 


1.3 


0.3 


1.0 


4 Harvey Hale 


G 


6-2 


186 


So. 


Albuguergue, N.M. 


5.6 


2.5 


2.0 


10 Ishmael Smith 


G 


5-11 


155 


Fr. 


Concord, N.C. 


. 


. 


- 


11 Cameron Stanley 


F 


6-6 


214 


So. 


Raleigh, N.C. 


2.6 


2.2 


0.5 


13 ChasMcFadand 


C 


7-0 


235 


Fr. 


Lovinglon, III. 


- 


. 


. 


23 Kevin Swinton 


F 


6-7 


224 


So. 


Greensboro, N.C. 


2.8 


3.5 


0.2 


31 Jamie Skeen 


F 


6-8 


220 


Fr. 


Chariotte, N.C. 


- 


- 


. 


33 Anthony Guriey 


G 


6-3 


185 


Fr. 


Boston, Mass. 


. 


- 


- 


34 Michael Daim 


F 


6-6 


204 


Sr. 


Rural Hall, N.C. 


5.5 


1.4 


1.9 


42 L.D. Williams 


G 


64 


210 


Fr. 


Yadkinvllle, N.C. 


. 


- 


- 


44 David Weaver 


F/C 


6-10 


224 


Fr. 


Black Mountain, N.C. 


. 


- 


- 


45 Casey Crawford 


F 


6-9 


225 


Fr. 


Overland Park, Kan. 


. 


- 


- 


55 KyleVisser 


C 


6-11 


255 


Sr. 


Grand Rapids, Mich. 


5,0 


4.3 


1.0 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Rock Hill, S.C. 

Enrollment, 6,60j) 

Founded; 1886 

Colors Garnet and Gold 



2006-07 SCHEDULE 



Conference: Big South Conference 
Nickname: Eagle^ 



Home Arena; Wint hrop Coliseum (6,100) 

President, Or Anthony J DiGiorgio 

Athletic Director; Tom Hickman 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach; Gregg Marshall (Randolph-Macon 

'85) 

Career Record/yrs: 165-77/8 

Best Time to Reach: C ontact SID 

Office Phone; 803-323-2129 ext. 6221 



Assistant Coaches: Randy Peele (Virginia Wesleyan 
'83). Paul Molinan (Villanova '90), Earl Grant 
(Georgia College '00) 

2005-06 

Overall Re cord: 23-8 

Conferenc e Record; 13-3 / 1st Big South 

Fina l Ran kings: None 

Postseason: 0-1 , Lost to Tennessee, 63-61 , in NCAA 
First R ound 

MEDIA SERVICES 

Baske tball SID: Jack Frost (Eas te rn Kentucky '72) 

Office Phone: 803-323-2129 ext 6245 

Mobile Phone; N/A 



Date 


Opponent 


N10 


vs. North Greenville 


N14 


vs. lona) 


N15 


at NIT Preseason Tipoff 


N18 


at Mississippi State 


N20 


at Maryland 


N27 


vs. Virginia Interment College 


N29 


vs. Presbytenan College 


D2 


at Northern Illinois 


D4 


at Wisconsin 


D9 


vs. Limestone 


D18 


vs. Mount SI Mary's 


D21 


at East Carolina 


D29 


at Old Dominion 


J2 


at Texas A&M 


J6 


VS.VMI 


J8 


at Charieston Southern 


J13 


at Liberty 


J15 


vs.UNCAsheville 


J20 


at Radford 


J25 


at High Point 


J27 


vs. Coastal Carolina 


J31 


atVMI 


F3 


atUNCAsheville 


F6 


vs. Liberty 


F10 


vs. Radford 


F14 


vs. Charieston Southern 


F17 


at Bracket Buster 


F20 


vs. High Point 


F24 


at Coastal Carolina 



E;Mail ft'ost|@winthr op.edu- 



Office Fax; 803-323-2433 



Press Row Phone; 803-323-2156 



Website; http;//www.winthropeagles.coni/ 

SERIES INFORMATION 

Senes Record; M aryland leads, 3-0 

Last Meeting; Maryland won, 76-65 (OT), on 12/7/99 
(College Park) 



2006-07 ROSTER 

No. Player Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Yr. 


Hometown 


PPG 


RPG 


APG 


00 Anthony Williams C 


6-7 


230 


Fr. 


Eagle Lake. Fla. 


. 


- 


- 


1 Antwon Harris G 


6-3 


200 


Jr. 


Clarksville, Tenn. 


. 


. 


- 


2 Kyle Moore G 


6-3 


185 


Fr. 


Gainesville, Fla. 


. 


. 


. 


3 Wantons Robinson F 


6-5 


192 


Fr. 


Charlotte, NC, 


- 


. 


. 


5 Craig Bradshaw C 


6-10 


242 


Sr. 


Wellington, New Zealand 


12.8 


6.0 


1.4 


10 Chris Gaynor G 


5-10 


158 


Jr. 


Winston-Salem, N.C. 


6.9 


2.6 


4.5 


11 Michael Jenkins G 


6-3 


181 


Jr. 


Kinston, N.C. 


5.8 


1.8 


0.8 


12 Torrell Martin G 


6-5 


195 


Sr. 


Columbia, S.C. 


13.8 


5.5 


1.4 


21 Jason Killeen C 


6-10 


258 


So. 


Limerick, Ireland 


- 


. 


. 


22 RainerBlickle F 


6-7 


190 


Fr. 


Mauldin, S.C. 


- 


. 




24 DeAndre Adams G 


5-9 


156 


So. 


Austell, Ga. 


1.3 


1.1 


1.6 


25 Byron Faison G 


6-2 


185 


Fr. 


Sumter, S.C. 


. 


- 




31 Taj McCullough F 


6-7 


217 


Jr. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


4.2 


1.8 


0.4 


33 Phillip Williams F 


6-8 


215 


Sr. 


Cleveland, N.C. 


5.5 


3.3 


0.4 


44 Jonathan Rice F 


6-5 


211 


So. 


Columbia, S.C. 


1.6 


0.7 


0.1 



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2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACCXHAMPIONS^ 



2005-06 REVIEW NOTEBOOK 



The Terps made their 13th consecutive postseason appearance by earning the No. 1 
seed for the East Region in the National Invitational Tournament, Maryland went 19-13 
overall, 8-8 in the ACC marking the 10th straight season wiith at least 19 victories. The 
Terps have won 101 ACC games since since 1997, which ranks second among all league 
schools, and have averaged 22.8 wins per year since the 1994-95 season. 

Maryland once again played one of the toughest schedules in the country. The Terps' 
schedule ranked as the 1 7th toughest in the country, third only to Duke and North Carolina 
in the ACC. Maryland played eight teams ranked in the final Top-25 polls, while seven of 
the Terps' 13 losses came against top-20 teams. Maryland's win over Boston College in 
December marked the 10th straight season the Terps have defeated a top-10 team. 




Head coach Gary Williams became the school's all-time winningest coach surpassing 
Charles "Lefty" Driesell. Williams eclipsed the mark with his 349th win at Maryland when 
the Terps defeated Virginia, 76-65, on Feb. 7. He finished the season with 353 wins at 
Maryland and a 560-31 9 mark overall for his career (1 0th among active Division I coaches). 
Williams also moved up to third all-time in ACC career victories with 147, passing the 
great Frank McGuire. 

Senior fooft^ard Nik Caner-Medley finished his Maryland career as one of the top all-around 
players in school history. Caner-Medley earned Third-Team AII-ACC honors for the second 
straight season in 2005-06, while also earning NABC Second-Team All-District 5 and 
USBWA All-District 3 honors. He capped his career ranked among the all-time Terps in 
scoring (13th-1,573 pts), rebounding (18th-659 rebs), steals (11th-146 stis), blocks (13th- 
86 biks), 3-point field goals (IOth-116 FG) and free throws (13th-317 FT). Caner-Medley 
played in all 127 possible games during his four-year career. 

Senior center Travis Garrison finished his career as one of the school's all-time leading 
shot blockers. Garrison ranks eighth all-time at Maryland with 136 career blocks, averag- 
ing 1.1 blocks per game during his career. He also ranks 23rd all-time with 628 career 
rebounds and scored 939 career points. 

D.J. Strawberry earned Honorable Mention ACC All-Defensive Team honors after leading 
the team and ranking sixth in the conference with 1 .81 steals per game. He became just 
the eighth Terp in the last 20 years to lead the team in both assists (4.0 apg) and steals 
(1.8 spg). 

Maryland was once again one of the top shot-blocking teams in the country. The Terps 
led the ACC and ranked 1 3th nationally with 5.97 blocks per game. Maryland recorded at 
least 10 rejections on three occasions, including a season-high 11 blocks against Duke 
on Jan. 1 1 . Sophomore fora/ard James Gist finished the season ranked fifth in the ACC 
with 1.59 blocks per game, while junior fora/ard Ekene Ibekwe ranked seventh in the 
league with 1 .34 rejections per contest. 

Mike Jones knocked down a team-high 61 three-point field goals which is the third-best 
mark for a junior in school history. Jones attempted 147 three-point field goals, which 
also ranked third for Terrapin juniors. He is 12th on the school's all-time three pointers 
list (122) through three years. 

The Terps ranked second in the ACC in attendance averaging 17,174 fans in 17 contests 
at Comcast Center, while also ranking second in the league with an average of 14,320 
fans per game for the entire season. Maryland sold out the regular season at home for 
the 10th straight year and eclipsed the one-million fan mark in just 61 regular-season 
games at Comcast Center. 



SEASON HONORS 
NIK CANER-MEDLEY 

• Honorable Mention AII-ACC 

• Second Team All-District 5 (NABC) 
•All-District 3 (USBWA) 

D.J. STRAWBERRY » 

• Honorable Mention All-All Defensive Team 





STARTING LINEUPS 



Fwd/Guard 

Games 

Ibekwe 



Forward 



Center 



Guard 



Guard 



Record 



Caner-Medley Gist McCray Strawberry 6-2 

W-Fairleigh Dickinson, L-Gomaga, W-Chaminade. W-Arkansas. W-Nicholls State. /.-George Wast\ington. 
W-Wake Forest. W-Wginia Tech 



Garrison Caner-Medley Ibekwe McCray Strawberry 

W-Minnesota. W-Boston College. W-Amencan. W-VMt. W-TAMU-CC. L-at Miami. L-3tDuke 



Garrison Caner-Medley Ibekwe 

W-Westew Carolina. W-Delaware Slate 



Jones 



Strawbeny 



5-2 



2-0 



Ibekwe Caner-Medley Gist Jones Strawberry 5-7 

W-3t Georgia Tech. L-at Temple. W-Virginia, L-Duke. L-at Clemson. W-Georgia Tech. L-at Florida State. L-at 
North Caro lina. W-at Virginia. W-Georgia Tech (ACC). L-Boston College (ACC). L-I^anhatlan (NIT) 



Ibekwe Caner-Medley 

L-North Carolina 



Bowers 



Jones 



Strawberry 



0-1 



Ledbetter Caner-Medley 

i.-a(NCS(a(e 



Gist 



Jones 



Strawbeny 



0-1 



Ledbetter 
W-Miami 



Caner-Medley 



Garrison 



Jones 



Strawbeny 



1-0 



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2006-07 MA_ 
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2005-06 SEASON RESULTS 

OVERALL: 19-13 • AGO; 8-8 • HOME: 14-3 • AWAY: 2-7 • NEUTRAL: 3-3 



DATE 


TIME 


MD 
RANK 


OPPONENT 


OPP 
RANK 


SCORE 


AHEND 


HIGH POINTS 


HIGH REBS 


HIGHASTS 


11/18/05 


8:00 p.m. 


[21/241 


FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 


_ 


W 


111-85 


17,950 


Jones (22) 


Ibekwe (8) 


McCrav (6) 


11/21/05 


5:00 p.m. 


(20/23) 


(5) vs. Gonzaqa 


(8/9) 


L 


76-88 


2,400 


McCrav(18) 


Gist (7) 


Caner-Med. (6) 


11/22/05 


1:30 p.m. 


[20/23] 


@ vs. Chaminade 




W 


98-69 


2,400 


McCray(17) 


Ibekwe (8) 
Caner-Med. (8) 


Jones (5) 


11/23/05 


2:00 p.m. 


[20/23] 


vs. Arkansas 


{rv/rv} 


W 


75-62 


2,400 


Ibekwe (16) 


Gamson (7) 


McCrav (6) 


11/27/05 


2:00 p.m. 


[20/23] 


NICHOLLS STATE 


_ 


w 


88-56 


17,950 


McCrav (20) 


Gamson (8) 


Strawberry (12) 


11/30/05 


7:30 p.m. 


[20/231 


# MINNESOTA 


_ 


w 


83-66 


17,950 


Gamson(18) 


Garrison (10) 


McCrav (6) 


12/05/05 


9:00 p.m. 


[17/21] 


$ vs. Georqe Washington 


[19/20} 


L 


70-78 


11,712 


McCrav (21) 


Garrison (10) 


Strawberry (7) 


12/07/05 


8:00 p.m. 


[17/21] 


WESTERN CAROLINA 


_ 


w 


87-57 


17,950 


Gamson (23) 


Gamson (14) 


Brown (5) 


12/11/05 


8:00 p.m. 


[17/21] 


* BOSTON COLLEGE 


16/6) 


w 


73-71 


17,950 


Ibekwe (21) 


Ibekwe (9) 


McCrav (5) 


12/23/05 


8:00 p.m. 


[16/16] 


AMERICAN 




w 


81-55 


17,950 


Caner-Med. (17) 
McCrav (17) 


Ibekwe (11) 


Strawberry (4) 
Brown (4) 


12/28/05 


8:00 p.m. 


[14/16] 


DELAWARE STATE 


- 


w 


68-54 


17,950 


Caner-Med. (16) 


Ibekwe (10) 


Caner-Med (4) 
Strawberry (4) 


12/31/05 


2:00 p.m. 


[14/16] 


VMI 


_ 


w 


99-68 


17,950 


Strawberry (16) 


Ibekwe (8) 


Caner-Med. (6) 


01/04/06 


8:00 p.m. 


[12/14] 


TEXAS A&M-CC 


" 


w 


99-73 


17,950 


Caner-Med. (23) 


Ibekv/e (7) 
McCray(7) 
Gist (7) 


McCray (4) 


01/07/06 


12:00 p.m. 


[12/14] 


* at Miami 


„ 


L 


70-84 


5,125 


Caner-Med. (19) 


Ibekwe (5) 


McCray (5) 


01/11/06 


9:00 p.m. 


[21/23] 


* at Duke 


{1/1} 


L 


52-76 


9,314 


McCray(12) 


Caner-Med. (9) 
Ibekwe (9) 


6 tied with (1) 


01/15/06 


7:30 p.m. 


(21/231 


* WAKE FOREST 


(rv/rv} 


w 


90-86 


17,950 


Jones (22) 


Caner-Med. (8) 


McCray (6) 


01/21/06 


8:00 p.m. 


[22/22] 


• VIRGINIATECH 


_ 


W 


81-72 


17,950 


Caner-Med. (23) 


Ibekwe (9) 


Strawberry (8) 


01/25/06 


7:00 p.m. 


118/19] 


* at Georgia Tech 


_ 


w 


86-74 


9,191 


Caner-Med. (33) 


Caner-Med. (9) 


Ledbetter(5) 


01/28/06 


2:00 p.m. 


118/19] 


at Temple 


_ 


L 


85-91 


10,025 


Caner-Med. (30) 


Caner-Med. (10) 


Caner-Med. (5) 


02/02/06 


7:00 p.m. 


123/rvl 


* NORTH CAROLINA 


frv/rv) 


L 


62-77 


17,950 


Caner-Med. (15) 


Gist (9) 


Ledbetter(5) 


02/05/06 


2:00 p.m. 


[23/rv] 


* at NC State 


{17/18} 


L 


58-62 


19,722 


Strawben> (14) 


Caner-Med. (10) 


Ledbetter(3) 
Jones (3) 


02/07/06 


7:00 p.m. 


[rv/rv] 


' VIRGINIA 


_ 


W 


76-65 


17,950 


Strawben\(19) 


Ibekwe (15) 


Gist (4) 


02/11/06 


1:00 p.m. 


[rv/rv] 


* DUKE 


{2/2} 


L 


88-96 


17.950 


Caner-Med. (22) 


Gist (10) 


Caner-Med. (4) 
Strawberry (4) 


02/14/06 


8:00 p.m. 


_ 


* atClemson 


__ 


L 


77-89 


7,600 


Caner-Med. (21) 


Caner-Med. (12) 


Brown (6) 


02/18/06 


4:00 p.m. 


_ 


* GEORGIA TECH 


_ 


W 


87-84 (ot) 


17,950 


Jones (21) 


Gist (12) 


Strawberry (6) 


02/22/06 


9:00 p.m. 


- 


* at Florida State 


~ 


L 


60-71 


8,751 


Caner-Med. (19) 


Ibekwe (8) 
Strawberry (8) 


Strawberry (5) 


02/26/06 


5:30 p.m 


- 


* at North Carolina 


(21/21) 


L 


57-81 


21,750 


Ibekwe (12) 


Gist (7) 


Strawberry (4) 


03/01/06 


9:00 p.m. 


_ 


* MIAMI 


_ 


W 


65-61 


17,950 


Caner-Med. (18) 


Ibekwe (11) 


Jones (4) 


03/05/06 


3:30 p.m. 


_ 


• at Virginia 


_ 


W 


71-70 


8,392 


Caner-Med. (16) 


Jones (7) 


Jones (4) 


03/09/06 


9:30 p.m. 


_ 


% vs. Georgia Tech 


_ 


W 


82-64 


23,745 


Caner-Med. (20) 


Caner-Med. (9) 


Strawberry (7) 


03/10/06 


9:30 p.m. 


- 


% vs. Boston College 


(11/11) 


L 


66-80 


23,745 


Gist (14) 


Strawberry (6) 


Strawberry (4) 


3/18/06 


11:00 a.m. 


- 


* MANHATTAN 




L 


84-87 


4,761 


Gamson (21) 


Garrison (12) 


Brown (5) 



® EA Sports/Maul Invitational (Lahaina, Hawaii) * ACC/Big Ten Challenge 

5 BB&T Classic (Verizon Center, Washington, DC) " Postseason NIT 

* - Atlantic Coast Conference game • @ - Hall of Fame Tipoff Classic (Springfield, MA) 

# - ACC/Big Ten Challenge • $ - BB&T Classic (MCI Center, Washington, DC) 

% - ACC Tournament (MCI Center, Washington, DC) • & - Postseason NIT (Comcast Center) 
" - Postseason NIT (Madison Sguare Garden, New York, NY) 



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2004 ACCCHAMPIONS 



27 SPORTS 



SEASON STATISTICS 

2005-06 OVERALL SEASON STATS (19-13) 



u 


Player 


GP 


GS 


MIn 


Avq 


FG 


TOTAL- 
FGA 


-; 

Pet 


; 

3FG 


-3-PTS 
FGA 


Pet 


FT 


FTA 


Pot 


/- 
Off 


-REBOUNDS- 
Def Tot 


-/ 
Avq 


PF 


FO 


A 


TO 


BIk 


StI 


Pts 


Avq 


?? 


Nik Caner-Medlev 


32 


32 


1036 


32.4 


166 


365 


.455 


27 


76 


.355 


131 


159 


.824 


72 


128 


200 


6.3 


59 


1 


68 


74 


16 


39 


490 


15.3 


13 


Chris McCray 


16 


15 


491 


30.7 


79 


153 


.516 


24 


65 


.369 


61 


68 


.897 


20 


36 


56 


3.5 


33 





57 


40 


10 


35 


243 


15.2 


?5 


El(ene Ibelwe 


32 


30 


753 


23.5 


130 


257 


.506 


3 


7 


.429 


91 


146 


.623 


68 


144 


212 


6.6 


99 


3 


30 


69 


43 


25 


354 


11.1 


23 


Miite Jones 


32 


17 


757 


23.7 


116 


278 


.417 


61 


147 


.415 


44 


49 


.898 


29 


80 


109 


3.4 


63 


2 


48 


65 


9 


25 


337 


10.5 


05 


D.J. Strawberry 


32 


32 


988 


30.9 


112 


261 


.429 


22 


62 


.355 


83 


121 


.686 


27 


82 


109 


3.4 


91 


3 


128 


94 


12 


58 


329 


10.3 


15 


James Gist 


32 


21 


708 


22.1 


101 


206 


.490 





1 


.000 


66 


98 


.673 


62 


93 


155 


4.8 


77 


2 


37 


45 


51 


27 


268 


8.4 


04 


Travis Garrison 


31 


10 


557 


18.0 


90 


210 


.429 


4 


15 


.267 


63 


90 


.700 


75 


88 


163 


5.3 


68 


1 


16 


34 


32 


17 


247 


8.0 


?4 


Pamsh Brown 


29 





248 


8.6 


23 


53 


.434 


7 


18 


.389 


24 


28 


.857 


7 


25 


32 


1.1 


19 





51 


37 


1 


12 


77 


2.7 


1? 


Sterling Ledbetter 


32 


2 


462 


14.4 


24 


77 


.312 


4 


16 


.250 


23 


35 


.657 


18 


39 


57 


1.8 


49 


2 


62 


48 


1 


14 


75 


2.3 


31 


Will Bowers 


32 


1 


354 


11.1 


27 


67 


.403 


1 


3 


.333 


11 


19 


.579 


18 


24 


42 


1.3 


58 


1 


14 


14 


16 


3 


66 


2.1 


35 


Dave Neal 


13 





44 


3.4 


5 


16 


.313 


1 


2 


.500 


2 


2 


1.000 


3 


4 


7 


0.5 


5 





1 


3 





1 


13 


1.0 


33 


Gini Chukura 


11 





27 


2.5 


2 


9 


.222 


1 


3 


.333 


1 


6 


.167 


7 


2 


9 


0.8 


2 








1 





2 


6 


0.5 


TM 


TEAM 




























52 


69 


121 


3.8 









4 












Total 


32 








875 


1952 


.448 


155 


415 


.373 


600 


821 


.731 


458 


814 


1272 


39.8 


623 


15 


512 


528 


191 


258 


2505 


78.3 




Opponents 


32 








808 


1938 


.417 


244 


665 


.367 


492 


717 


.686 


420 


738 


1158 


36.2 


650 


19 


461 


534 


149 


275 


2352 


73.5 



2005-06 ATLANTIC COAST 

/-TOTAL-/ 
m Player GP GS MIn Avg FG FGA Pet 



CONFERENCE 

/-3-PTS-/ 
3FG FGA Pet FT FTA 



GAMES (8-8) 

/—REBOUNDS-/ 
Pet Off Def Tot Avq PF FO 



A TO BIk StI Pts Avg 



22 NikCaner-Mediey 


16 


16 


561 


35.1 


82 


193 


.425 


13 


38 


.342 


83 


97 


.856 


31 


70 


101 


6.3 


36 





25 


33 


10 


14 


260 


16.3 


13 Chris McCrav 


5 


5 


159 


31.8 


18 


47 


.383 


8 


22 


.364 


20 


23 


.870 


9 


9 


18 


3.6 


11 





19 


15 


6 


8 


64 


12.8 


23 Mike Jones 


16 


11 


410 


25.6 


60 


146 


.411 


28 


73 


.384 


32 


35 


.914 


16 


49 


65 


4.1 


29 


1 


24 


33 


5 


12 


180 


11.3 


25 Ekene Ibekwe 


16 


14 


387 


24.2 


62 


133 


.466 


2 


3 


.667 


40 


68 


.588 


34 


74 


108 


6.8 


49 


1 


17 


42 


23 


11 


166 


10.4 


05 D.J. Strawbeny 


16 


16 


536 


33.5 


54 


139 


.388 


10 


35 


.286 


44 


64 


.688 


16 


41 


57 


3.6 


52 





54 


54 


6 


26 


162 


10.1 


15 James Gist 


16 


11 


390 


24.4 


55 


109 


.505 








.000 


28 


44 


.636 


26 


53 


79 


4.9 


46 


1 


19 


27 


24 


11 


138 


8.6 


04 Travis Ganison 


15 


4 


258 


17.2 


32 


83 


.386 


2 


6 


.333 


19 


32 


.594 


26 


32 


58 


3.9 


34 





6 


16 


20 


7 


85 


5.7 


12 Sterling Ledbetter 


16 


2 


262 


16.4 


14 


46 


.304 


2 


9 


.222 


10 


15 


.667 


12 


19 


31 


1.9 


30 


2 


35 


27 





8 


40 


2.5 


24 Parrish Brown 


14 





102 


7.3 


5 


10 


.500 


1 


3 


.333 


17 


20 


.850 


2 


8 


10 


0.7 


8 





25 


24 





3 


28 


2.0 


31 Will Bowers 


16 


1 


153 


9.6 


13 


30 


.433 





1 


.000 


2 


5 


.400 


6 


9 


15 


0.9 


25 





3 


5 


6 


2 


28 


1.8 


35 Dave Neal 


4 





5 


1.3 


1 


2 


.500 





1 


.000 








.000 





1 


1 


0.3 











2 





1 


2 


0.5 


33 Gini Chukura 


2 





2 


1.0 








.000 








.000 





2 


.000 











0.0 

















1 





0.0 


TM TEAM 




























30 


25 


55 


3.4 









1 










Total 


16 








396 


938 


.422 


66 


191 


,346 


295 


405 


.728 


208 


390 


598 


37.4 


320 


5 


227 


279 


100 


104 


1153 


72.1 


Opponents 


16 








415 


997 


.416 


133 


340 


.391 


256 


357 


.717 


236 


396 


632 


39.5 


324 


7 


234 


263 


83 


140 


1219 


76.2 



2006 POSTSEASON NIT GAMES (0-1) 



## Player 


GP 


GS 


MIn 


Avq 


/- 
FG 


TOTAL- 
FGA 


--/ 
Pet 


/ 
3FG 


~3-PTS 
FGA 


-/ 
Pet 


FT 


FTA 


Pet 


/- 
Off 


-REBOUNDS- 
Def Tot 


■/ 
Avq 


PF 


FO 


A 


TO 


BIk 


StI 


Rs Avg 


22 NikCaner-Medley 


3 


3 


84 


28.0 


16 


35 


.457 


3 


6 


.500 


7 


9 


.778 


8 


14 


22 


7.3 


5 


1 


9 


10 


1 


5 


42 14.0 


23 Mike Jones 


3 


3 


90 


30.0 


16 


36 


.444 


6 


16 


.375 


3 


4 


.750 


8 


5 


13 


4.3 


7 





2 


4 


2 


5 


41 13.7 


05 D.J. Strawbeny 


3 


3 


105 


35.0 


9 


29 


.310 


2 


8 


.250 


15 


20 


.750 


2 


10 


12 


4.0 


8 


1 


14 


10 


3 


5 


35 11.7 


25 Ekene Ibekwe 


3 


3 


74 


24.7 


12 


20 


.600 








.000 


7 


14 


.500 


5 


14 


19 


6.3 


11 


1 


3 


4 


3 


2 


31 10.3 


04 Travis Ganison 


3 





40 


13.3 


10 


25 


.400 





1 


.000 


9 


11 


.818 


12 


6 


18 


6.0 


7 





2 


3 


2 





29 9.7 


15 James Gist 


3 


3 


69 


23.0 


9 


19 


.474 








.000 


9 


15 


.600 


7 


12 


19 


6.3 


8 


1 


4 


7 


10 


3 


27 9.0 


24 Parrish Brown 


3 


n 


44 


14,7 


3 


9 


.333 


2 


3 


.667 


4 


4 


1.000 


2 


7 


9 


3.0 


4 





6 


6 





1 


12 4.0 


31 Will Bowers 


3 





39 


13.0 


3 


9 


.333 








.000 


2 


3 


.667 


3 


1 


4 


1.3 


6 





2 


1 


2 


1 


8 2.7 


12 Sterling Ledbetter 


3 





51 


17.0 


1 


8 


.125 





2 


.000 


5 


6 


.833 


2 


8 


10 


3.3 


8 





7 


4 





1 


7 2.3 


35 Dave Neal 


1 





2 


2.0 








.000 








.000 








.000 











0.0 




















0.0 


33 Gini Chukura 


2 





2 


1.0 





1 


.000 








.000 








.000 


2 





2 


1.0 


1 

















0.0 


TM TEAM 




























4 


6 


10 


3.3 









1 








Total 


3 








79 


191 


.414 


13 


36 


.361 


61 


86 


.709 


55 


83 


138 


46.0 


65 


4 


49 


50 


23 


23 


232 77.3 


Opponents 


3 








81 


188 


.431 


20 


51 


.392 


49 


72 


.681 


36 


75 


111 


37.0 


70 


5 


43 


41 


14 


33 


231 77.0 






f 'f :t 






2006-07 M 
.MEN'S BASKETBA 



iW 



GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS 





Pts 


1st 


2nd 


ot 


FG-A 


PCI 


3PT 
FG-A 


3PT 
PCT 


FT-A 


PCT 


OFF 
REB 


DEF 
REB 


TOT 
REB 


PF 


A 


TOBLK 


ST 


at MARYLAND 


111 


52 


59 


. 


36-70 


.514 


7-14 


.500 


32-38 


.842 


18 


29 


47 


15 


25 


16 


6 


11 


Fairleiqh Dickinson 


85 


42 


43 


- 


32-74 


.432 


8-24 


.333 


13-18 


.722 


15 


16 


31 


26 


17 


17 


7 


11 


MARYLAND 


76 


34 


42 


. 


28-58 


.483 


7-18 


.389 


13-19 


.684 


13 


20 


33 


22 


17 


23 


3 


9 


vs. Gonzaqa 


88 


33 


55 


_ 


29-52 


.558 


7-13 


.538 


23-28 


.821 


5 


21 


26 


19 


16 


17 


2 


15 


IVIARYLAND 


98 


44 


54 


. 


35-71 


.493 


6-10 


.600 

.320 


22-24 

19-35 


.917 

.543 


12 

13 


31 

23 


43 

36 


24 

19 


17 

18 


9 

19 


9 

1 


13 


vs. Chaminade 


69 


46 


23 


. 


21-56 


.375 


8-25 


4 


MARYLAND 


75 


30 


45 


. 


26-55 


.473 


3-12 


.250 


20-26 


.769 


13 


22 


35 


22 


14 


21 


3 


11 


vs. Arkansas 


62 


27 


35 


- 


21-50 


.420 


5-18 


.278 


15-25 


,600 


9 


18 


27 


20 


12 


21 


4 


12 


at MARYUND 


88 


39 


49 


. 


36-76 


.474 


5-10 


.500 


11-19 


.579 


17 


30 


47 


14 


21 


8 


8 


9 


Nicholls State 


56 


30 


26 




21-52 


.404 


6-20 


.300 


8-12 


,667 


3 


27 


30 


16 


15 


21 


7 


4 


at MARYLAND 


83 


36 


47 


. 


29-60 


.483 


4-5 


.800 


21-33 


.636 


12 


19 


31 


17 


17 


9 


3 


13 


Minnesota 


66 


42 


24 


- 


25-61 


.410 


6-18 


,333 


10-15 


,667 


20 


23 


43 


24 


9 


22 


5 


1 


MARYLAND 


70 


29 


41 


. 


24-53 


.453 


4-11 


.364 


18-30 


.600 


12 


28 


40 


25 


15 


25 


8 


6 


vs. George Washington 


78 


34 


44 


- 


25-65 


.385 


5-19 


,263 


23-31 


,742 


18 


23 


41 


24 


10 


16 


6 


7 


at MARYLAND 


87 


39 


48 


. 


32-65 


.492 


4-10 


.400 


19-27 


.704 


24 


25 


49 


11 


16 


9 


3 


10 


Western Carolina 


57 


35 


22 


. 


20-50 


.400 


7-24 


,292 


10-14 


,714 


7 


13 


20 


19 


11 


14 


6 


4 


at MARYLAND 


73 


35 


38 


. 


26-53 


.491 


2-7 


.286 


19-29 


.655 


10 


21 


31 


16 


14 


IS 


5 


6 


Boston College 


71 


33 


38 


. 


31-59 


.525 


4-12 


.333 


5-15 


,333 


14 


22 


36 


24 


18 


18 


4 


9 


at MARYLAND 


81 


43 


38 


. 


30-68 


.441 


8-23 


.348 


13-17 


.765 


20 


32 


52 


15 


18 


18 


10 


13 


Amencan 


55 


17 


38 


. 


21-59 


.356 


5-17 


.294 


8-15 


.533 


11 


20 


31 


16 


12 


19 


2 


7 


at MARYLAND 


68 


36 


32 


. 


24-52 


.462 


3-15 


.200 


17-20 


.850 


15 


24 


39 


14 


14 


17 


6 


9 


Delaware State 


54 


13 


41 


. 


20-51 


.392 


4-17 


.235 


10-14 


,714 


9 


16 


25 


18 


13 


14 


2 


9 


at MARYLAND 


99 


56 


43 


. 


40-71 


.563 


7-17 


.412 


12-16 


.750 


15 


29 


44 


11 


28 


15 


2 


12 


VMI 


68 


20 


48 




27-64 


.422 


11-30 


.367 


3-12 


.250 


12 


18 


30 


10 


17 


20 


4 


9 


at MARYLAND 


99 


48 


51 


. 


34-75 


.453 


6-19 


.316 


25-30 


.833 


18 


22 


40 


18 


13 


9 


6 


14 


Tex. A&M-Corpus Christ! 73 


30 


43 




23-58 


.397 


10-26 


.385 


17-20 


.850 


14 


26 


40 


22 


18 


24 


4 


6 


MARYUND 


70 


33 


37 


. 


24-51 


.471 


4-12 


.333 


18-25 


.720 


7 


23 


30 


19 


14 


20 


7 


3 


at Miami 


84 


37 


47 


. 


29-61 


.475 


12-19 


.632 


14-19 


.737 


13 


24 


37 


17 


17 


14 


2 


10 


MARYLAND 


52 


22 


30 


. 


19-63 


.302 


4-12 


.333 


10-13 


.769 


21 


24 


45 


19 


6 


29 


11 


9 


at Duke 


76 


45 


31 


. 


26-61 


.426 


10-25 


,400 


14-19 


.737 


13 


24 


37 


14 


18 


20 


14 


19 


at MARYUND 


90 


41 


49 


. 


31-61 


.508 


8-14 


.571 


20-25 


.800 


9 


22 


31 


18 


22 


11 


4 


8 


Wake Forest 


86 


38 


48 


- 


27-68 


.397 


12-31 


.387 


20-23 


.870 


20 


25 


45 


21 


11 


17 


5 


2 


at MARYUND 


81 


37 


44 


. 


29-61 


.475 


3-10 


.300 


20-28 


.714 


12 


30 


42 


20 


17 


14 


7 


5 


Virginia Tech 


72 


38 


34 


- 


29-64 


.453 


2-13 


.154 


12-16 


.750 


7 


23 


30 


22 


10 


12 


1 


5 


MARYUND 


86 


43 


43 


. 


20-48 


.417 


5-8 


.625 


41-45 


.911 


16 


27 


43 


28 


14 


25 


4 


9 


at Georgia Tech 


74 


35 


39 


. 


22-60 


.367 


6-16 


.375 


24-34 


.706 


18 


14 


32 


29 


16 


16 


2 


15 


MARYUND 


85 


41 


44 


. 


26-49 


.531 


12-24 


.500 


21-31 


.677 


6 


30 


36 


30 


21 


20 


1 


1 


at Temple 


91 


43 


48 


. 


27-61 


.443 


9-23 


.391 


28-49 


.571 


12 


23 


35 


23 


16 


6 


2 


13 


at MARYUND 


62 


40 


22 


. 


25-72 


.347 


3-16 


,188 


9-17 


.529 


15 


19 


34 


15 


13 


12 


6 


11 


North Carolina 


77 


38 


39 


. 


28-62 


,452 


9-22 


.409 


12-17 


.706 


14 


38 


52 


19 


22 


24 


7 


5 


MARYUND 


58 


26 


32 


. 


23-61 


.377 


7-16 


.438 


5-10 


.500 


15 


24 


39 


20 


11 


13 


5 


8 


at NC State 


62 


25 


37 


. 


17-55 


.309 


12-28 


.429 


16-23 


.696 


17 


25 


42 


12 


12 


14 


6 


8 


at MARYUND 


76 


30 


46 


. 


25-64 


.391 


5-18 


.278 


21-24 


.875 


12 


25 


37 


16 


17 


8 


7 


3 


Virginia 


65 


38 


27 


. 


21-61 


.344 


9-29 


.310 


14-16 


,875 


15 


29 


44 


20 


10 


16 


3 


2 


at MARYUND 


88 


38 


50 


. 


32-71 


.451 


4-9 


.444 


20-31 


.645 


19 


20 


39 


24 


14 


13 


5 


4 


Duke 


96 


42 


54 


- 


29-61 


.475 


11-23 


,478 


27-32 


.844 


12 


29 


41 


21 


16 


16 


8 


6 


MARYUND 


77 


43 


34 


. 


27-58 


.466 


6-17 


.353 


17-26 


.654 


15 


26 


41 


22 


11 


26 


6 


8 


at Clemson 


89 


43 


46 


- 


26-63 


,413 


12-28 


,429 


25-33 


.758 


16 


21 


37 


19 


13 


19 


7 


15 


at MARYUND 


87 


38 


40 


9 


29-52 


.558 


4-6 


.667 


25-34 


.735 


9 


31 


40 


22 


20 


26 


4 


6 


Georgia Tech 


84 


35 


43 


6 


30-73 


.411 


6-21 


.286 


18-24 


.750 


16 


19 


35 


27 


15 


16 


7 


13 


MARYUND 


60 


27 


33 




22-54 


.407 


3-11 


.273 


13-20 


.650 


7 


24 


31 


23 


12 


18 


4 


5 


at Florida State 


71 


37 


34 




24-54 


.444 


7-17 


,412 


16-27 


.593 


9 


28 


37 


20 


14 


17 


3 


8 


MARYUND 


57 


24 


33 




19-68 


.279 


2-10 


.200 


17-24 


.708 


18 


27 


45 


21 


13 


17 


10 


8 


at North Carolina 


81 


41 


40 




30-73 


.411 


7-16 


.438 


14-22 


.636 


20 


34 


54 


19 


21 


17 


4 


12 


at MARYUND 


65 


30 


35 




20-50 


.400 


2-13 


.154 


23-28 


.821 


15 


22 


37 


17 


8 


20 


6 


4 


Miami 


61 


29 


32 




23-59 


.390 


7-19 


.368 


8-13 


.615 


14 


19 


33 


22 


10 


15 


5 


7 


MARYUND 


71 


36 


35 




25-51 


.490 


4-12 


.333 


17-26 


.654 


8 


25 


33 


20 


21 


12 


9 


7 


at Virginia 


70 


27 


43 




23-63 


,365 


7-21 


.333 


17-24 


,708 


18 


22 


40 


18 


11 


12 


5 


4 


MARYUND 


82 


42 


40 




28-54 


.519 


5-11 


.455 


21-27 


.778 


11 


34 


45 


20 


19 


19 


9 


9 


vs. Georgia Tech (ACC 


64 


27 


37 




24-69 


.348 


4-15 


.267 


12-21 


.571 


16 


20 


36 


25 


12 


14 


6 


13 


MARYUND 


66 


22 


44 




23-66 


.348 


5-12 


.417 


15-23 


.652 


19 


19 


38 


23 


13 


11 


7 


6 


vs. Boston College (ACC)80 


41 


39 




26-52 


.500 


7-13 


.538 


21-28 


.750 


10 


30 


40 


19 


21 


13 


3 


6 


at MARYUND 


84 


37 


47 




28-71 


.394 


3-13 


.231 


25-36 


.694 


25 


30 


55 


22 


17 


20 


7 


8 


Manhattan (NIT) 


87 


47 


40 




31-67 


.463 


9-23 


.391 


16-23 


.696 


10 


25 


35 


26 


10 


14 


5 


14 



^tb- 




2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACCXHAMPIONS" 



27 SPORTS 



POINTS-REBOUNDS-ASSISTS (BLOCKS) 





4 
Garrison 


5 
Strawberry 


12 
Ledbetter 


13 
McCray 


15 
Gist 


22 
Caner-Medley 


23 
Jones 


24 
Brown 


25 
Ibekwe 


31 
Bowers 


33 
Chukura 


35 
Neal 


FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 


11-5-1 


6-1-5 


0-2-2 


18-6-6 


12-6-1 


18-6-1 


22-2-3 


1*1 


16-8-1 


54-2 


0-14 


2-14 


vs Gonzaqa 


6-4-0 


16-34 


0-0-0 


18-3-3 


10-7-0 


34-6 


12-2-1 


0-0-0 


94-1 


2-34 


dnp 


044 


vs. Chaminade 


13-7-2 


9-6-3 


3-1-3 


17-1-2 


16-3-3 


16-8-1 


4-1-0 


3-1-0 


12*2 


4-14 


0-14 


0-24 


vs. Arionsas 


10-7-1 


3-1-1 


4-2-1 


15-2-6 


11-M 


54-3 


9-3-1 


0-0-0 


16*3 


2-14 


dnp 


dnp 


NICHOLLS STATE 


8-W) 


12-3-12 


4-1-0 


204-3 


6-5-5 


16-7-1 


1-2-2 


0-3-1 


15-6-1 


6-3-1 


0*0 


044 


MINNESOTA 


18-10-0 


14-1-5 


0-0-3 


11-2-6 


2-1-0 


16-5-2 


14-2-1 


00-C 


8-3-1 


044 


dnp 


dnp 


vs. George Washington 


6-10-1 


10-3-7 


0-1-0 


21-5-3 


11-7-2 


10-3-1 


3-1-0 


dnp 


9-3-1 


04-1 


dnp 


dnp 


WESTERN CAROLINA 


23-14-0 


13-24 


5-1-2 


in! 


4-1-0 


8-10-2 


6-1-3 


24-5 


18-6-0 


4-1-1 


2-34 


2-14 


BOSTON COLLEGE- 


8-W 


4-14 


0-0-0 


16-5-5 


6-1-1 


9-7-0 


9-1-1 


0-1-2 


21-9-1 


044 


dnp 


dnp 


AMERICAN 


4-4-0 


9-54 


0-2-1 


17-2-1 


64-3 


17-9-1 


9-6-1 


6-14 


13-11-2 


0-1-1 


0-14 


044 


DELAWARE STATE 


8-5-1 


10-54 


0-0-0 


11-3-2 


8-5-2 


16-64 


3*1 


0-0-0 


12-10-1 


044 


dnp 


dnp 


VMI 


12-3-2 


16-14 


4-2-5 


15-3-2 


9-50 


104-6 


74-0 


13-34 


64-1 


0-54 


044 


7-1-1 


TEXAS A&M-CC 


W-O 


14-5-3 


4-3-0 


16-74 


8-7-1 


23-1-1 


2*1 


8-1-3 


9-7-3 


5-1-2 


4-14 


0-14 


at Miami* 


12-4^) 


14-0-3 


0-3-0 


54-5 


8-3-3 


19-3-2 


3-3-0 


0-1-1 


9-5-2 


0-04 


dnp 


dnp 


at Duke* 


0-7-1 


6-2-1 


0-1-1 


12-5-1 


7-1-0 


8-94 


3-50 


6-1-1 


8-9-1 


04-1 


044 


2-14 


WAKE FORESr 


dnp 


1844 


3-24 


10-3-6 


13-6-1 


17-8-3 


22-2-2 


0*2 


5-0-1 


2-3-1 


dnp 


dnp 


VIRGINIA TECH* 


1-1-0 


44-8 


5-2-2 


21-1-2 


11-6-1 


23*1 


2*1 


dnp 


10-9-2 


4-24 


dnp 


dnp 


at Georgia Tech* 


8^-0 


84-3 


1-6-5 


- 


104-1 


33-9-0 


12-5-3 


0-0-0 


10-5-0 


4-24 


dnp 


dnp 


at Temple 


8-6-0 


044 


4-1-3 


- 


0-1-0 


30-10-5 


23-5-3 


44)-2 


14-5-0 


2-34 


dnp 


dnp 


NORTH CAROLINA* 


4-3-0 


14-5-2 


0-M 


_ 


11-9-2 


15-5-1 


9-5-2 


dnp 


5-34 


4-2-1 


dnp 


(MM 


at NC State* 


2-1-0 


14-3-1 


2-2-3 


_ 


13-M 


10-10-1 


134-3 


0-0-0 


2-5-2 


2-34 


dnp 


0*0 


VIRGINIA* 


M-2 


194-3 


0-0-2 


_ 


7-2-2 


10-3-2 


154-2 


2-1-2 


14-15-2 


044 


dnp 


dnp 


DUKE* 


8-3-0 


12-24 


7-1-1 


_ 


13-10-2 


22-84 


11-7-0 


4*2 


9-6-1 


244 


dnp 


dnp 


at Clemson* 


4-3-1 


104-1 


0-2-1 


- 


84-2 


21-12-1 


1944 


5-1-6 


10-3-1 


0-14 


dnp 


dnp 


GEORGIA TECH* 


6-1-0 


12-5-6 


9-54 


- 


12-12-0 


10-3-3 


21-1-0 


3-1-3 


14-10-2 


044 


dnp 


dnp 


at Flonda State* 


4-5-0 


6-8-5 


2-0-3 


- 


2-0-0 


19-3-1 


2-3-0 


2*2 


15-8-1 


8-14 


dnp 


dnp 


at North Carolina* 


4-2-0 


9-64 


2-1-0 


- 


7-7-2 


10*3 


11*2 


0-2-1 


12-5-1 


2-1-3 


044 


0*0 


MIAMI* 


8-6-0 


4-5-2 


5*1 


- 


64-2 


18-3-0 


15-24 


0-0-0 


9-11-3 


0*1 


dnp 


dnp 


at Virginia* 


7-5-1 


8-0-3 


4-3-2 


- 


4-5-2 


164-3 


13-74 


6-2-3 


13-54 


04-1 


dnp 


dnp 


vs Georgia Tech (ACC) 


44-0 


15-3-7 


54-3 


- 


4*2 


20-9-5 


19-7-1 


0-1-1 


10*1 


5-2-1 


0-04 


0-04 


vs Boston College (ACC) 


4-2-1 


10-64 


2-5-3 


_ 


14-M 


6-5^) 


114-1 


10-5-0 


6-3-2 


3*1 


dnp 


dnp 


MANHAHAN (NIT) 


21-12-1 


10-3-3 


0-1-1 


_ 


9*5 


16*4 


11-2-0 


2-3-5 


15-104 


0-24 


0-24 


dnp 


Bold Indicates Starters; 


ACC game: DNP-did not play/coact- 


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TRACKING THE TERPS 2005-06.., 



Opponent 


Largest 
Lead 


Largest 
Deficit 


Lead 
Clianges 


Best 
Run 


Opp. 
Run 


PtsoffTO 
(Md-Opp) 


Pts Paint 
(Md-Opp) 


2nd Chance 
(Md-OOB) 


Fast Break Pts. 
(Md-OPD) 


Bench Pts. 
(Md-ODD) 


FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 


28 


1 


6 


84 


60 


30-18 


50-34 . 


20-15 


20-14 


4140 


vs Gonzaga 


6 


15 


4 


84 


100 


25-28 


36-38 


11-5 


14-18 


20-15 


vs Chaminade 


32 


11 


8 


234 


80 


28-7 


44-24 


14-12 


12-7 


28-19 


vs Arkansas 


13 


8 


14 


74 


84 


25-20 


46-28 


7-10 


144 


25-17 


NICHOLLS STATE 


36 


1 


4 


164 


84 


34-2 


52-24 


19-2 


19-2 


19-22 


MINNESOTA 


19 


15 


2 


134 


74 


29-5 


40-20 


11-24 


8-2 


16-24 


vs George Washington 


8 


9 


4 


104 


64 


14-17 


38-30 


17-22 


44 


9-21 


WESTERN CAROLINA 


30 


4 


6 


94 


84 


164 


40-18 


284 


9-2 


19-18 


BOSTON COLLEGE 


6 


2 


11 


64 


64 


18-16 


3644 


11-11 


10-10 


15-12 


AMERICAN 


31 


2 


1 


124 


64 


18-15 


40-22 


11-11 


27-2 


21-18 


DELAWARE STATE 


26 


- 





104 


84 


18-14 


34-22 


184 


64 


19-11 


VMI 


40 


- 





194 


64 


32-11 


40-32 


14-12 


184 


40-14 


TEXAS A&M-CC 


34 


2 


6 


114 


94 


334 


44-22 


21-10 


174 


31-22 


at Miami 


- 


17 





74 


134 


17-13 


32-22 


17-2 


144 


114 


at Duke 


- 


28 





64 


94 


23-30 


26-32 


11-13 


12-16 


18-9 


WAKE FOREST 


17 


6 


7 


104 


100 


26-16 


40-16 


10-25 


11-10 


27-28 


VIRGINIA TECH 


13 


5 


12 


W) 


64 


14-17 


44-46 


134 


84 


12-15 


at Georgia Tech 


21 


3 


1 


M 


74 


18-28 


26-26 


11-11 


24 


13-18 


at Temple 


6 


12 


16 


60 


144 


6-16 


18-30 


9-14 


04 


18-9 


NORTH CAROLINA 


6 


15 


10 


W) 


74 


23-15 


36-28 


18-13 


6-11 


15-12 


at NC State 


7 


8 


6 


74 


124 


14-14 


224 


9-15 


104 


6-15 


VIRGINIA 


14 


14 


5 


134 


134 


18-11 


28-18 


12-19 


6-2 


11-10 


DUKE 


- 


15 





44 


74 


15-15 


50-26 


22-12 


12-16 


21-2 


at Clemson 


6 


18 


15 


114 


114 


15-25 


34-22 


18-15 


44 


9-24 


GEORGIA TECH 


9 


3 


10 


104 


74 


13-30 


38-34 


5-16 


124 


18-27 


at Flonda State 


3 


20 


1 


frO 


74 


17-19 


32-22 


84 


0-10 


16-13 


at North Carolina 


- 


25 





74 


94 


15-23 


3040 


74 


na 


8-29 


MIAMI 


12 


7 


2 


114 


114 


18-14 


20-20 


13-10 


44 


15-7 


at Virginia 


18 


3 


5 


114 


64 


16-9 


32-20 


24 


104 


17-17 


vs Georgia Tech (ACC) 


29 


- 





114 


104 


20-18 


42-36 


8-14 


24-16 


14-16 


vs. Boston College (ACC) 


- 


24 





100 


124 


12-15 


2644 


184 


8-16 


19-23 



MANHAHAN (NIT) 



14 



100 



90 



16-29 



44-26 



22-17 



14-17 



23-20 



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2006-07 M 

.MEN'S BASKETBALL 



2005-06 SUPERLATIVES 



MARYLAND GAME HIGHS MARYLAND GAME LOWS 



Points Scored 


111 


Fairieiqn Dickinson (11/18) 


First-Half Points 


56 


VMI (12/31) 


Second-Half Points 


59 


Fairleiqh Dickinson (11/18) 


Point Differential 


*22 (88-56) 


Nictiolls State (11/27) 


Field Goals l^ade 


40 


VMI (12/31) 


Field Goals Attempted 


76 


Mictions State (11/27) 


Field Goal Percentage 


.563(40-71) 


VMI (12/31) 


3-Pointers Uade 


12 


at Temple (1/28) 


3-Poinlers Attempted 


24 


at Temple (1/28) 


3-Point FG Percentage 


.800 (4-5) 


Minnesota (11/30) 


Free Ttirows Made 


41 


at Georgia Tech (1/25) 


Free Throws Attempted 


45 


at Georgia Tech (1/25) 


Free Ttirow Percentage 


.917 (22-24) 


vsChami-ade (11/22) 


Rebounds 


55 


Manhattan (3/18) 


Offensive Rebounds 


25 


Manhattan (3/18) 


Defensive Rebounds 


34 


vs. Georgia Tech-ACC (3/9) 


Rebound Margin 


*29 (49-20) 


Western Carolina (12/7) 


Assists 


28 


VMI (12/31) 


Turnovers 


29 


at Duke (1/11) 


Bloclis 


11 


at Duke (1/11) 


Steals 


14 


TXA8iM-CorpusChhsti(1/4) 


Fouls 


30 


at Temple (1/28) 


OPPONENT GAME HIGHS 

Points Scored 52 at Duke (1/11) 


Points Scored 


96 


Duke (2/11) 


First-Half Points 


47 


Manhattan (3/18) 


Second Half Points 


55 


vs. Gonzaga (11/21) 


Point Differential 


+24 (81-57) 


(2x) last at UNO (2/26) 


Field Goals Uade 


32 


Fairieigh Dickinson (11/18) 


Field Goals Attempted 


74 


Fairleigh Dickinson (11/18) 


Field Goal Percentage 


.558 (29-52) 


vs. Gonzaga (11/21) 


3-Pointers lilade 


12 


(4x) last at Clemson (2/14) 


3-Pointers Attempted 


31 


Wake Forest (1/15) 


3-Point FG Percentage 


.632(12-19) 


at Miami (1/7) 


Free Throws Made 


28 


at Temple (1/28) 


Free Throws Attempted 


49 


at Temple (1/28) 


Free Throw Percetilage 


.870 (20-23) 


Wake Forest (1/15) 


Rebounds 


54 


at North Carolina (2/26) 


Offensive Rebounds 


20 


(3x) last at UNC (2/26) 


Defensive Rebounds 


38 


North Carolina (2/2) 


Rebound Margin 


+18(52-34) 


North Carolina (2/2) 


Assists 


22 


North Carolina (2/2) 


Tumovers 


24 


(2x) last vs. UNC (2/2) 


Blocks 


14 


at Duke (1/11) 


Steals 


19 


at Duke (1/11) 


Fouls 


29 


at Georgia Tech (1/25) 



Points Scored 


52 


at Duke (1/11) 


First-Half Points 


22 


(2x) last vsBC-ACC (3/10) 


Second-Half Points 


22 


North Carolina (2/2) 


Point Differential 


-24 (57-81) 


(2x) last at UNC (2/26) 


Field Goals Made 


19 


(2x) last at UNC (2/26) 


Field Goals Attempted 


48 
.279(19-68) 


at Georgia Tech (1/25) 


Field Goal Percentage 


at North Carolina (2/26) 


3-Pointers Made 


2 


(3x) last vs. Miami (3/1) 


3-Pointers Attempted 


5 


Minnesota (11/30) 


3-Point FG Percentage 


.154(2-13) 


Miami (3/1) 


Free Throws Made 


5 


at NC State (2/5) 


Free Throws Attempted 


10 


at NC State (2/5) 


Free Throw Percentage 


.500 (5-10) 


at NC State (2/5) 


Rebounds 


30 


at Miami (1/7) 


Offensive Rebounds 


6 


at Temple (1/28) 


Defensive Rebounds 


19 


(3x) last vs. BC-ACC (3/10) 


Rebound Margin 


-18 (34-52) 


North Carolina (2/2) 


Assists 


6 


at Duke (1/11) 


Tumovers 


8 


(2x) last vs. Virginia (2/7) 


Blocks 


1 


at Temple (1/28) 


Steals 


1 


at Temple (1/28) 


Fouls 


11 


(2x) last vs. VMI (12/31) 


OPPONENT GAME LOWS 

Points Scored 54 Delaware State (12/28) 


First-Half Points 


13 


Delaware Slate (12/28) 


Second Half Points 


22 


Western Carolina (12/7) 


Point Differential 


-32(56-88) 


Nicholls State (11/27) 


Field Goals Made 


17 


at NC State (2/5) 


Field Goals Attempted 


50 


(2x) last vs. W.Carolina (12/7) 


Field Goal Percentage 


.309(17-55) 


at NC State (2/5) 


3-Pointers Made 


2 


Virginia Tech (1/21) 


3-Pointers Attempted 


12 


Boston College (12/11) 


3-Point FG Percentage 


.154(2-13) 


Wrginia Tech (1/21) 


Free Throws Made 


3 


VMI (12/31) 


Free Throws Attempted 


12 


(2x) last vs. VMI (12/31) 


Free Throw Percentage 


.250 (3-12) 


VMI (12/31) 


Rebounds 


20 


Western Carolina (12/7) 


Offensive Rebounds 


3 


Nicholls Stale (11/27) 


Defensive Rebounds 


13 


Western Carolina (12/7) 


Rebound Margin 


-29(2049) 


Western Carolina (12/7) 


Assists 


9 


Minnesota (11/30) 


Tumovers 


6 


at Temple (1/28) 


Blocks 


1 


(2x) last vs. Va. Tech (1/21) 


Steals 


1 


Minnesota (11/30) 


Fouls 


10 


VMI (12/31) 




INDIVIDUAL GAME-HIGHS 

MARYLAND 

Points 33 Nik Caner-Medley at Georgia Tech (1/25) 



Field Goals Made 


9 


Nik Caner-Medley vs Virginia Tech (1/21) 




9 


Travis Gamson vs Western Carolina (12/07) 


Field Goal Attempts 


19 


Nik Caner-Medley vs Norlh Carolina (2/02) 


Field Goal % •" « 


1.000 


Travis Gamson (5-5) vs Arkansas (11/23) 


3-pt FG Made 


7 


Mike Jones at Temple (1/28) 


3-pt FG Attempted 


11 


Mike Jones at Temple (1/28) 


3-pt FG % '"" '' 


.800 


Mike Jones (4-5) vs Wake Forest (1/15) 




.800 


Chris McCray (4-5) vs Nicholls State (11/27) 


Free Throws Made 


15 


Nik Caner-Medley at Georgia Tech (1/25) 


Free Throw Attempt! 


16 


Nik Caner-Medley al Temple (1/28) 




16 


Nik Caner-Medley at Georgia Tech (1/25) 


Fi«e Throw %i«^'i 


1.000 


Nik Caner-Medley (12-12) at Virginia (3/06) 




1.000 


Chris McCray (8-8) vs. Chaminade (11/22) 




1.000 


Chris McCray (7-7) vs. F Dickinson (11/18) 


Rebounds 


14 


Travis Gamson vs Western Carolina (12/07) 


Assists 


12 


D.J. Strawberry vs Nicholls State (11/27) 


Tumovers 


7 


DJ Strawberry vs Manhattan (3/18) 


7 D.J. Strawberry vs Geo Washington (12/05) 


Blocked Shots 


5 


James Gist vs Manhattan (3/18) 




5 


James Gist vs Nicholls State (11/27) 


Steals 


5 Nik Caner-Medley vs Delaware Stale (12/28) 


Minutes Played 


44 


D.J. SUawberry vs. Georgia Tech (2/18) 


OPPONENT 

Points 38 


Justin Gray Wake Forest (1/15) 


Field Goals Made 


12 


JeffXavier, Manhattan (3/18) 




12 


Justin Gray Wake Forest (1/15) 


Field Goal Attempts 


24 


JeffXavier, Manhattan (3/18) 


Field Goal % »■" » 


.633 


Marko Kolanc (5-6). Chaminade (11/22) 


3-pt FG Made 


7 


Justin Gray Wake Forest (1/151 


3-pt FG Attempted 


13 


JJ Redick,Duke(1/11) 


3-ptFG%*» 


1.000 


Anthony Hams (44). Miami (1/7) 


Free Throws Made 


13 


J.J Redick, Duke (2/11) 


Free Throw Attempts 15 


Mardy Collins, Temple (1/28) 


FreeT1irow%<*i 


1.000 


Jason Cain (7-7). Virginia (2/7) 




1.000 


Justin Gray (7-7). Wake Forest (1/15) 


Rebounds 


15 


Craig Smith, Boston College (3/10) 


Assists 


14 


Zack Whiting. Chaminade (11/22) 


Tumovers 


9 


Zack Whiting, Chaminade (11/22) 


Blocked Shots 


10 


Sheldon Williams, Duke (1/11) 


Steals 


6 


JeffXavier Manhattan (3/18) 



Man o West, Geo rgia Tech (3/9) 



Minutes Played 



42 



Ra'Sean D ickey Georgia Tech (2/18) 





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INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES 



27 SPORTS 



MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS 



POINTS 

33 Nik Caner-Medley at Georgia Tech 


1/25 


30 


Nik Caner-Medley at Temple 


1/28 


23 


Nik Caner-Medley vs Virginia Tech 


1/21 


23 


Nik Caner-Medley vs Texas A&M-Corpus Christ! 


1/04 


23 


Travis Garrison vs. Western Carolina 


12/07 


23 


Mike Jones at Temple 


1/28 


22 


Nik Caner-Medley vs. Duke 


2/11 


22 


Mike Jones vs. Wake Forest 


1/15 


22 


Mike Jones vs. Fairieigh Dickinson 


11/18 


21 


Travis Gamson vs. Manhattan 


3/18 


21 


Nik Caner-Medley at Clemson 


2/14 


21 


Mike Jones vs. Georgia Tech 


2/18 


21 


Chris McCray vs. Virginia Tech 


1/21 


21 


Chris McCray vs. George Washington 


12/05 


21 


Ekene Ibekwe vs. Boston College 


12/11 


20 


Nik Caner-Medley vs. Georgia Tech-ACC 


3/09 


20 


Chns McCray vs. Nicholls State 


- 11/27 


REBOUNDS 

15 Ekene Ibekwe vs Virginia 


2/07 


14 


Travis Gamson vs. Western Carolina 


12«)7 


12 


Travis Gamson vs. Manhattan 


3/18 


12 


Nik Caner-Medley at Clemson 


2/14 


12 


James Gist vs, Georgia Tech 


2/18 


11 


Ekene Ibekwe vs. Miami 


3/01 



11 


Ekene Ibekwe vs. American 


12/23 


10 


Nik Caner-Medley at NC State 


2/05 


10 


Nik Caner-Medley at Temple 


1/28 


10 


Nik Caner-Medley vs. Westem Carolina 


12/07 


10 


Travis Gamson vs. George Washington 


12/05 


10 


Travis Garrison vs. Minnesota 


11/30 


10 


James Gist vs. Duke 


2/11 


10 


Ekene Ibekwe vs. Manhattan 


3/18 


10 


Ekene Ibekwe vs. Georgia Tech 


2/18 


10 


Ekene Ibekwe vs. Delaware State 


12/28 


ASSISTS 

12 D, J Strawberry vs. Nicholls State 


11/27 


8 


D.J. Strawberry vs. Virginia Tech 


1/21 


7 


D.J. Strawberry vs. Georgia Tech-ACC 


3/09 


7 


D.J. Strawberry vs. George Washington 


12/05 


6 


Parrish Brown at Clemson 


2/14 


6 


Nik Caner-Medley vs. VMI 


12/31 


6 


Nik Caner-Medley vs. Gonzaga 


11/21 


6 


Chris McCray vs. Wake Forest 


1/15 


6 


Chris McCray vs. Minnesota 


11/30 


6 


Chris McCray vs. Arkansas 


11/23 


6 


Chris McCray vs. Fairieigh Dickinson 


11/18 


6 


D.J. Strawbeny vs. Georgia Tech 


2/18 



BLOCKS 

5 James Gist vs. Manhattan 


3/18 


5 


James Gist vs. Nicholls State 


11/27 


4 


Travis Garrison at Virginia 


3/06 


4 


Travis Gamson at Duke 


1/11 


3 


Will Bowers at North Carolina 


2/26 


3 


Nik Caner-Medley vs. American 


12/23 


3 


James Gist vs. Boston College-ACC 


3/10 


3 


James Gist at NC State 


2/05 


3 


James Gist at Miami 


1/07 


3 


James Gist vs. American 


12/23 


3 


James Gist vs. Chaminade 


11/22 


3 


Ekene Ibekwe at Virginia 


3/06 


3 


Ekene Ibekwe vs. Miami 


3/01 


3 


Ekene Ibekwe vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 


1/04 


3 


Ekene Ibekwe vs. Ari<ansas 


11/23 


STEALS 

5 Nik Caner-Medley vs. Delaware State 


12/28 




Ekene Ibekwe vs. Arkansas 


11/23 




Chris McCray vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 


1/04 




Chris McCray vs. VMI 


12/31 




Chns McCray vs. Gonzaga 


11/22 




D.J. Strawberry vs. Georgia Tech 


2/18 




D.J. Strawberry vs. Minnesota 


11/30 




D.J. Strawberry vs. Chaminade 


11/22 



TERRAPIN TENDENCIES 



Maryland's Record 


Overall 


ACC 


Overall Record 


19-13 


8-8 


Home 


14-3 


6-2 


Road 


2-7 


2-6 


Neutral 


3-3 




Leading at the half 


154 


6-2 


Trailing at the half 


4-9 


2-5 


Tied at the half 


0-1 


0-1 


Leading with 5:00 to play 


15^) 


4-0 


Trailing with 5:00 to play 


2-13 


2-8 


Tied with 5:00 to play 


2-0 


2-0 


In single overtime 


1-0 


0-0 


In double overtime 


0-0 


0-0 


Shooting 50% or t)etter 


7-1 


2-0 


Shooting 40% to 49% 


11-6 


54 


Shooting below 40% 


1-6 


1-4 


Opponent shooting 50% or better 1-2 


1-0 


Opponent shooting 40% to 49% 


8-9 


2-7 


Opponent shooting below 40% 


10-2 


5-1 


Higher FG% than opponent 


184 


7-2 


Lower FG% than opponent 


1-9 


1-6 


FG% IS even 


0-0 


0-0 


More field goal attempts 


9-7 


14 


Fewer field goal attempts 


10-5 


7-3 


Field goal attempts are even 


0-1 


0-1 



Maryland's Record 


Overall 


ACC 


Making more free throws 


17-3 


6-2 


Making fewer free throws 


0-10 


0-6 


Free throws are even 


2-0 


2-0 


Outrebounding opponent 


13-5 


4-2 


Outrebounded by opponent 


5^ 


4-6 


Rebounding is even 


1-0 


0-0 


More turnovers than opponent 


5-7 


44 


Fewer turnovers than opponent 


12-5 


3-3 


Tumovers are even 


2-1 


1-1 


More fouls than opponent 


4-11 


1-7 


Fewer fouls than opponent 


15-2 


7-1 


Fouls are even 


0-0 


0-0 


Zero Maryland players foul out 


14-6 


6-5 


1+ Maryland players foul out 


5-7 


2-3 


Sconng more bench points 


11-8 


3-5 


Scoring fewer bench points 


7-5 


4-3 


Bench scoring is even 


1-0 


1-0 


Games decided by 3 or less 


3-1 


3-0 


Games decided by 4 lo 8 


24 


2-2 


Games decided by 9 to 12 


3-3 


3-2 


Games decided by 13 to 19 


4-3 


0-2 


Games decided by 20 or more 


7-2 


0-2 



Maryland's Record 


Overall 


ACC 


vs. Top-10 opponent 


1-3 


1-2 


vs Top-25 opponent 


1-7 


14 


vs Unranked opponent 


18-6 


74 


vs. Team with winning record 


10-13 


7-8 


vs. Team with 500 record 


3-0 


0-0 


vs. Team with losing record 


6-0 


1-0 


Player scores 30+ points 


1-1 


1-0 


Player scores 20+ points 


94 


4-2 


Terps score under 60 points 


0-3 


0-3 


Terps score 60-69 points 


2-3 


1-2 


Terps score 70-79 points 


44 


3-2 


Terps score 80-89 points 


8-3 


3-1 


Terps score 90-99 points 


4-0 


1-0 


Terps score over 100 points 


1-0 


0-0 


0pp. player scores 30+ points 


2-2 


2-1 


0pp. player scores 20+ points 


6-9 


3-6 


Opponents score under 60 points 4-0 


0-0 


Opponents score 60-69 points 


7-1 


2-1 


Opponents score 70-79 points 


54 


4-3 


Opponents score 80-89^oints 


3-6 


2-3 


Opponents score 90-99 points 0-2 
Opponents score over 100 points 0-0 


0-1 
0-0 


In November 


5-1 


0-0 


In December 


5-1 


1-0 


In January 


4-3 


3-2 


In February 


2-6 


2-6 


In March 


3-2 


2-0 


Day games 


6-7 


24 


Night games 


13-6 


64 



MARYLAND'S 
LARGEST ... 

LEAD 

Overall: 40 (64-24 at 17:00 ieft-2H vs. Vlifl. 12/31) 
ACC: - 21 (74-53 at 6.17 left-2H at Georgia Tech. 

_ 1,'25) 

DEFICIT 

Overall: 28 (48^76 al2 05l efl-2HatDuke. 1/11) 
ACC: ~ 28 (48-76 ai 2 05lefl- 2H at Duke. 1/11) 

MARGIN OF VICTORY 

Overall: 32 (88-56 re Nicholls Stale , 11/27) 
ACC^- 1^86^74 at (Se orgia Tech, 1/25) 



MARGIN OF DEFEAT 

Overall: 24 (2x. last 57-81 at North Caroiina. 2/26) 
ACC: - 24 (2x, last 57-81 at North Carolina. 2/26) 

HALFTIMELEAD 

Overall: 36 (56-20 vs VMI 12/31] 

ACC: - 9 (36-27 at Virginia, 3,:6) 



HALFnME DEHCIT 

Overall: 23 (2245 at Duke, 1/11) 

ACC: -23 (2245 at Duke. 1/11) 

HOME CROWD 

Overall: 17,950 (sellout, 16x. last vs. Miami. 3/1) 
ACC: - 17.950 (sellout. 8x. last vs. Miami. 3/1) 

ROAD CROWD 

Overall: 21,750 (al N orth Carolina, 2/26) 

ACC: - 21, 750'(ai North Carolina, 2/26) 

NEUTRAL CROWD 

Overall: 23,745 (2x, last vs BC, ACC Toumament, 
3/10) 



•^ -"^ 



II .^ 






2006-07 MARYLAND 
.MEN'S BASKETBALL 



2005-06 GAME RECAPS 



Game #1 
85 



111 



FAIBLE IGH PI CKIWSOW 
#21/24 MABYLAWP 

Nov. 18, 2005 • College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 



COLLEGE PARK, Md, (AP) - Mike Jones had 22 points off tfie bencfi, 
and f^aryland fiad five ottier players score in double figures Fnday night in a 
season-opening rout of Fairieigh Dickinson 

Chns [JcCray and Nik Caner-I^edley had 18 points apiece, Ekene Ibekwe 
scored 1 6, James Gist 1 2 and Travis Gamson 1 1 Jones, a junior guard, went 
8-for-11 from the field and sank all three of his foul shots, 

Maryland had assists on 25 of its 36 baskets, and tsached ttie 100-point 
mark in an opener for tlie first time since 1 998. 

Gordon Klaiber had 20 points, and John Blackgrove and Cameron Tyler 
both scored 1 7 for Fairieigh Dickinson (1-2), the defending Northeast Confer- 
ence champions 

Maryland opened the second half with a 21-6 run to take a 73-48 lead 
with 14 57 left Ibekwe and Caner-Medley had seven points apiece in the 
surge and McCray added six to help the Terps pull away 

FOU missed seven of eight shots to open the half and had only two baskets 
over the first six minutes. 

McCray had 12 points, Jones added 10 and Maryland outscored FOU 
1 5-5 at the foul line in taking a 5242 halftime lead. 

The Knights kept it close earty, overcoming a 16-9 deficit with a 10-2 
run that gave them the lead for the third and last time Maryland moved in 
front on a dunk by Jones, and Will Bowers added a jumper and a free throw 
before McCray sank a 3-pointer to make it 26-19. After Klaiber scored from 
beyond the arc, the Terrapins rattled off seven straight points for an 11 -point 
cushion. 

It was 35-26 before Blackgrove scored Fairieigh Dickinson's next 11 
points, including a four-point play that made it 43-37, but the Knights would 
gel no closer Blackgrove's previous career-high was eight points. 



Knights 


min FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Peepies 


19 3-10 


0-3 


2-2 


6 





1 








1 


8 


Klaitier 


40 6-19 


3-8 


M 


3 


4 


1 


4 


4 


4 


20 


Crosariol 


7 1-1 


M 


0-1 


3 


5 





1 


1 





2 


Timberlake 


33 6-11 


0-1 


3-5 


5 





5 


3 


1 


3 


15 


Murray 


4 0-1 


0-1 


frO 





4 


1 














Harris 


13 a 


M 


0-0 


2 


4 


1 








1 


6 


Blackgrove 


25 6-12 


4-7 


1-1 


1 


2 


1 


2 





2 


17 


Tyler 


36 7-13 


1-3 


2-3 


3 


2 


6 


7 








17 


Hazard 


4 0-1 


0-1 


M 























Ingram 


19 0-0 


M 


04) 


2 


5 


1 





1 








Team 








6 














Totals 


200 32-74 


8-24 13-18 


31 


26 


17 


17 


7 


11 


85 




Field Goal 


3-PointFG 




FrecTtirow 




1st Half 


16-39 


.410 


5-12 




417 


5-9 




.556 




2nd Half 


16-35 


.457 


3-12 




250 


8-9 




.889 




Game 


32-74 


.432 


8-24 




333 


13-18 




.722 




Terps 


min FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Gist 


21 4-11 


M 


44 


6 




2 





1 


3 


12 


Caner-Med 


26 6-13 


1-3 


5-5 


6 




1 


3 





2 


18 


Itwkwe 


20 5-11 


1-2 


5-5 


8 




2 


3 


1 





16 


Strawtieny 


23 24 


0-0 


2-3 


1 




5 


3 





2 


6 


McCray 


29 a 


1-3 


7-7 


6 




6 








2 


18 


Garrison 


15 34 


1-1 


4-5 


5 


2 


1 


1 


2 


1 


11 


Ledtietter 


9 OO 


M 


M 


2 





2 


2 











Jones 


24 8-11 


3-5 


3-3 


2 


2 


3 


2 





1 


22 


Brown 


6 0-1 


M 


1-2 





1 


1 


1 








1 


Bowers 


19 2-3 


M 


1-2 


4 


3 


2 


1 


2 





5 


Chukura 


3 M 


0-0 


0-2 


1 




















Neal 


5 14 


0^ 


M 


1 


2 














2 


TEAM 








5 














Totals 


200 36-70 


7-14 32-38 


47 


15 


25 


16 


6 


11 


111 




Field Goal 


3-PointFG 




Free Throw 




tsl Half 


17-36 


.472 


M 




375 


15-17 




.882 




Znd Half 


19-34 


.559 


4^ 




667 


17-21 




.810 




Game 


36-70 


.514 


7-14 




500 


32-38 




.842 




Officials: Sean Hull, Curtis Blair Raymond Styons 


Technicals: 


None 




















Attendance 


17,950 




















Score By Periods 


1st 


2nd 


Final 










Fairieigh Dickinson 


42 


43 




86 










MARYLAND 




52 


59 




111 











Game #2 

88 
76 



#8/9 GONZAGA 

#20/23 MARYLAND 

Nov. 21.2005- Lahaina, Hawaii 

Lahaina Civic Center • EA Sports Maui Invite 



LAHAINA, Hawaii (AP) - Gonzaga's preseason Ail-American Adam 
Morrison scored 25 poinis, leading three players in double figures as No.8 
Gonzaga pulled away to an 88-76 victory over No 20 Maryland in the opening 
round of the EA Sports Maui Invitational 

Derek Raivio had 24 and J.P Batista added 21 for Gonzaga (2-0) 

After committing 12 turnovers in the first half, Gonzaga only had five in the 
second The Bulldogs' matchup zone was effective over the final 10 minutes 
of the game, holding Maryland (1-1) to four field goals in that span, three of 
them coming in the final 1:14 

D.J Strawberry's breakaway dunk with 9:26 left brought ttie Terrapins 
into a 60-60 tie. Maryland's next field goal was a 3-pointer by Strawberry with 
4:03 left that cut Gonzaga's lead to 72-65 

The Terrapins missed seven straight shots before Strawberry's long 
lumper Chns McCray made two free throws with 3:10 left to make it a fve- 
point game, but freshman Jeremy Pargo hit a three-pointer 27 seconds later 
to start a 6-0 njn tliat Raivio capped with a layup that made it 78-67 with 1 :57 
left 

McCray had 1 8 points for Maryland, while Strawberry added 16 and Mike 
Jones 1 2 Maryland, despite the late shooting slump, still hit 48 3% (28-for-58), 
but it committed 23 tumovers as Gonzaga racked up 15 steals. 

Momson, Batista and Raivio scored all the points for the Bulldogs in the 
run that pulled them away from the 60-60 tie. Raivio hit two threes in the spurt 
and he also had a nice pass to Momson for a layup. 



Bulldogs 


min FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Momson 


38 10-17 


1-2 


4-7 


9 


4 


1 


2 


1 


2 


25 


l^allon 


32 1-3 


1-1 


04) 


5 


3 


1 











3 


Batista 


35 6-9 


04) 


9-10 


4 





2 


1 


1 


3 


21 


All-Cspdes 


8 0-1 


04) 


04) 





1 





3 











Raivio 


37 7-12 


4-7 


M 


2 


2 


4 


4 





5 


24 


Pargo 


27 3-* 


1-3 


4-5 


2 


1 


7 


5 





3 


11 


Doudney 


6 04) 


M 


041 

















1 





Gurganious 


0* 0-0 


04) 


04) 























PendergrafI 


8 M 


M 


M 


1 


5 


1 








1 





Heytvelt 


9 24 


W) 


04) 


1 


3 





2 








4 


Team 








2 














Totals 


200 29-52 


7-13 23-28 


26 


19 


16 


17 


2 


15 


88 




Field Goal 


3-PointFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


10-27 


370 


1-7 




143 


12-13 




923 




2nd Half 


19-25 


,760 


M 




100 


11-15 




733 




Game 


29-52 


.558 


7-13 




538 


23-28 




.821 




Terps 


min FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 




A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Caner-Med 


34 1-7 


0-2 


1-2 


4 




6 


6 








3 


Ibekwe 


23 44 


0-0 


1-3 


4 




2 


1 


1 


1 


9 


Gist 


20 2-5 


041 


6-6 


7 




1 








1 


10 


StrawtKrry 


35 7-10 


2-2 


0-1 


3 




4 


3 


1 


2 


16 


McCtay 


34 7-15 


1-7 


3-3 


3 




3 


6 





4 


18 


Gamson 


19 2-6 


04) 


24 


4 
















6 


Ledbetter 


6 0-1 


04) 


04) 










1 


1 








Jones 


18 4-7 


4-7 


04) 


2 




1 


4 





1 


12 


Brown 


0* ^0 


041 


04) 























Bowers 


11 1-3 


041 


041 


3 


2 





2 








2 


Neal 


0* 04) 


04) 


(M 























Team 








3 














Totals 


200 28-58 


7-18 13-19 


33 


22 


17 


23 


3 


9 


76 




Field Goal 


3-PointFG 




FreeTlirow 




1st Half 


12-28 


429 


3-6 




500 


7-10 




700 




2nd Half 


16-30 


.533 


4-12 




333 


6-9 




.667 




Game 


28-58 


.483 


7-18 




389 


13-19 




.684 




Ofiiaals Ed 


Hightower John Higgins, Bob Staffen 












Technicals 


None 




















Attendance 


2,400 




















Score By Periods 


1st 


2nd 


Final 










Gonzaga 




33 


55 




88 










MARYLAND 




34 


42 




76 











Game K 

98 

69 



#20/23 MARYLA WP 
CHAMINAPE 

Nov. 22, 2005 • Lahaina, Hawaii 

Lahaina Civic Center • EA Sports Maui Invite 



LAHAINA, Hawaii (AP) - Chris McCray scored 17 poirits - nine in a 23-0 
run in the second half - to lead Maryland to a victory over Chaminade in the 
consolation round of the EA Sports Maui Invitational. 

The Ten-apins (2-1 ost 88-76 to No. 8 Gonzaga in the opening round 

Chaminade (0-2), the Division II host school of the eight-team tournament, 
led by as much as 11 m the first half. 

Maryland ended any thoughts of an upset with the big second-half run 
that gave the Terrapins a 74-52 lead with 12:03 to play 

McCray hit a jumper to start the njn that was fueled by Maryland's 
defense as Chaminade had trouble handling pressure and the Terrapins' 
size advantage inside 

Two free throws by Zach Whiting had given Chaminade a 52-51 lead 
with 17:13 to play. The Silverswords then missed live shots and committed 
six tumovers before Corey Campbell broke the drought vinth a 3-pointer with 
11:41 left. 

Maryland went on to lead by as many as 32 points, 96-64 with 3:49 to 
play 

James Gist and Nik Caner-Medley added 16 points apiece for Maryland, 
while Travis Gamson had 13 and Ekene Ibekwe 12 

Chns Reaves had 1 3 points for the Silverswords, and Campbell and Mari(0 
Kolaric 11 each. Whiting had eight points, 14 assists and nine tumovers 

Chaminade shot 51,6 percent in taking a 46-44 lead The Silverswords 
led 38-27 with 4:17 left in the half and were still up 41-33 with 3:09 to play 
But Gamson had four points in the Ten'apins' 11-5 mn to close the half. 



Terps 


min FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 




A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Gist 


24 8-15 


04) 


04) 


3 




1 


2 


3 


1 


16 


Caner-Med 


25 M 


1-1 


34 


8 




1 


1 


1 


1 


16 


Ibekwe 


22 4-10 


0-1 


44 


8 







1 


2 





12 


Slrawbcny 


20 3-8 


14 


2-2 


6 




3 


1 


1 


4 


9 


McCray 


30 4^ 


1-2 


8-8 







2 


1 


1 


3 


17 


Gamson 


21 5-8 


041 


34 


7 




2 











13 


Ledbetter 


11 1-1 


14 


04) 


1 




3 








1 


3 


Jones 


22 2-8 


1-2 


04) 


3 




5 


1 


1 


2 


5 


Brown 


8 1-2 


1-2 


04) 


1 













1 


3 


Bowers 


7 1-2 


04) 


2-2 


1 







1 








4 


Chukura 


4 0-1 


04) 


04) 


1 



















Neal 


6 04) 


04) 


04) 


2 







1 











Team 1 


Totals 


200 35-71 


6-10 22-24 


43 


24 


17 


9 


9 


13 


98 




Field Goal 


3-PointFG 




■ree Ttirow 




1st Half 


15-38 


.395 


2-3 




667 


12-12 




too 




2nd Half 


20-33 


.606 


4-7 




571 


10-12 




.833 




Game 


35-71 


.493 


6-10 




600 


22-24 




.917 




'Swords 


min FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 




A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Nelson 


24 3^ 


2-5 


14 


3 







1 








9 


McCune 


30 3-8 


3^ 


M 










3 





1 


9 


Kolaric 


27 M 


041 


1-2 


5 




1 


1 


1 


1 


11 


Reaves 


30 5-14 


2-7 


14 


7 




3 


3 








13 


Whiting 


38 04 


04 


B-12 


3 




14 


9 





1 


8 


Powell 


13 14 


041 


2-6 


4 







1 








4 


Campbell 


22 4-12 


1-6 


2-2 


4 
















11 


Kussler 


16 0-2 


04) 


4^ 


4 







1 





1 


4 


Team 








6 














Totals 


200 21-56 


8-25 19-35 


36 


19 


18 


19 


1 


4 


69 




Field Goal 


3-PoinlFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


16-31 


.516 


5-13 




385 


9-13 




.692 




2nd Half 


5-25 


.200 


3-12 




250 


10-22 




.455 




Game 


21-56 


.375 


8-25 




320 


19-35 




.543 




Officials: Karl Hess, Doug 


Shows, Robert Staffen 












Technicals: 


None 




















Attendance 


2,400 




















Score By Periods 


1st 


2nd 


Final 










MARYLAND 




4! 




54 




98 










Chaminade 




4 




23 




69 












2004 ACCXHAMPIONS 



27 SPORT 



#20/23 NIARYLAND 



Game #4 

75 



RV/RV ARKANSAS 



62 



Nov. 23, 2005 • Lahaina. Hawaii 

Lahaina Civic Center • EA Sports Maui Invite 

LAHAINA, Hawaii (AP) - Ekene Itiekwe had 16 points and Chns McCray 
added 15 and Maryland beat Arkansas In the fifth-place game of the Maui 
Invitational 

The Tenrapins (3-1) bounced back from an opening-round loss to No. 8 
Gonzaga with wins over Chaminade and Arkansas. Maryland was second in 
this tournament in 1994 and fourth in 2000 

Ibekwehad six rebounds, four steals and three blocks but like point guard 
D J, Strawberry he was saddled with foul trouble in the second half McCray 
and the rest of Maryland's reserves came up big in the second half, though, 
sconng the team's final 20 points. 

Arkansas (2-2) pulled within 53-50 with 6:39 to play on a rebound basket 
by Oanan Townes Ibweke hit hvo fi'ee throws 20 seconds later - the last points 
scored by a Maryland starter - to start a 13-3 run that gave the Terrapins 
control. McCray had five points in the njn and he scored 12 points in the 
closing 5 08 

Ronnie Brewer had 1 9 points for the Razorbacks, who lost to No 3 Con- 
necticut in the opening round and beat Kansas in the consolation semifinals, 
Townes added 13 points. 

Ibekwe was the key inside for Maryland as the Terrapins stnjggled from 
the penmeter by going 3-for-12 fi'om 3-point range. The Tenapins, finished 
with a 35-27 rebound advantage and both teams committed 21 turnovers. 



Terps 


min FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Gist 


26 5-9 W) 


1-1 


5 


3 


1 


1 





2 


11 


Caner-Med 


38 2-10 0-3 


1-2 


4 





3 


3 





2 


5 


Ibekwe 


25 M frO 


M 


6 


5 





4 


3 


4 


16 


Slrawteny 


17 1-3 D-1 


1-3 


1 


5 


1 


2 





1 


3 


McCray 


37 4-8 1-4 


6-7 


2 


2 


6 


4 





1 


IS 


Gamson 


21 5-5 frO 


0-0 


7 


4 


1 


1 





1 


10 


Ledtielter 


13 1-2 IM 


2-4 


2 


1 


1 


2 








4 


Jones 


15 3-9 2-4 


1-1 


3 


1 


1 


3 








9 


Brown 


1 M (M 


0^1 























Bowere 


7 0-1 M 


2-2 


1 


1 














2 


Team 






4 






1 








Totals 


200 26-55 3-12 20-26 


35 


22 


14 


21 


3 


11 


75 




Field Goal 


3-PoinlFG 




Free Throw 




IstHaK 


10-29 .345 


1-7 




143 


9-12 




.750 




2nd Half 


16-26 .615 


2-5 




400 


11-14 




.786 




Game 


26-55 .473 


3-12 




250 


20-26 




.769 




R'backs 


min FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Ttiomas 


28 W 0-0 


4-7 


4 


3 


1 


3 





2 


10 


Hill 


20 1-4 M 


M 


4 


4 





2 


1 


1 


2 


Jefferson 


30 0-2 0-1 


M 


4 


4 


2 


4 





3 


3 


Brewer 


37 6-15 2-7 


M 


4 


1 


2 


2 





5 


19 


Modica 


26 4-7 2-4 


1-2 





2 


2 


6 





1 


11 


McGowan 


6 to frO 


M 


2 


2 





2 


1 








Townes 


26 6-11 frO 


1-2 


4 


3 


1 


2 


2 





13 


McCurcty 


1 0-2 0-1 


frO 


1 




















Ferguson 


26 1-5 1-5 


1-4 


1 


1 


4 











4 


Team 






3 














Totals 


200 21-50 5-1815-25 


27 


20 


12 


21 


4 


12 


62 




Field Goal 


WointFG 




Free Throw 




1 si Half 


11-26 .423 


3-11 




273 


2-4 




.500 




2nd Half 


10-24 417 


2-7 




286 


13-21 




.619 




Game 


21-50 .420 


5-18 




278 


15-25 




.600 




Officials: Donnee Gray, Mike Stuait, Sid Rodeliefier 


Technicals: 


None 


















Atlendance: 


2,400 


















Score By Periods 1st 


2nd 


Final 










MARYLAND 


30 


45 




75 










Adtansas 


27 


35 




62 











NICHOLLS STATE 



Game K 

56 
88 



#20/23 MARYLAND, 

Nov, 27.2005- College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 



COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) - Chris McCray scored 20 points and Ekene 
Ibekwe scored nine of his 1 5 during a 16-0 ain to open the second half that 
Ifled Maryland to a victory over Nicholls State, its 23nJ straight at home against 
a non-conference opponent 

After going to the locker room with a nine-point halftime lead, the Terps 
reeled off 16 straight points to go ahead 55-30. The margin swelled to 31 
points with 10 minutes left. 

Two days after retuming from Hawaii, where they played three games In 



less than 48 hours, the Terrapins (4-1 ) stnjggled for 20 minutes before finally 
playing to form. 

Nik Caner-Medley scored 16 points and D J Stravubetry had 1 2 points and 
a career-high 1 2 assists for the Terrapins, whose non-conference home streak 
will be tested Wednesday by Minnesota in the ACC-Big 10 Challenge 

The Terrapins had only eight tumovers, three after halftime. McCray sank 
all three of his 3-polnt tnes In the second half 

Stefan Blaszczynski scored 20 for Nicholls State (1-4) and Ryan Balhie 
had 12 on 4-for-7 shooting from beyond the arc The Colonels were playing 
in their fourth game In seven days, and it showed in the second half 

Nicholls Stale scored only 26 points in the second half and committed 
four tumovers dunng Maryland's 16-0 njn. 

Caner-Medley and McCray each scored 11 points before the Terrapins 
went into the locker room at halftime 

Maryland made eight of its first 1 3 shots for an 18-7 lead, but Bathle hit 
a pair of 3-pointers in an 8-0 spurt that got the Colonels to 31-24 Strawberry 
then made a 13-footer and McCray added a layup for an 11-polnt lead. 

Nicholls State had 11 tumovers and 11 baskets before halftime. 



Colonels 


min 


FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 






TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Blascnski 


34 


7-15 


2-5 


44 


9 






5 





1 


20 


Gray 


22 
30 


3^ 


M 


1-2 


2 






2 








7 


Paige 


2-4 


M 


1-3 


3 






3 


5 





5 


Czepil 


25 


0-3 


0-2 


W) 


1 






2 











Dioukeng 


16 


14 


0-1 


M 









3 








2 


Dixon 


10 


1-3 


(H) 


0-0 


1 















2 


Goffney 


18 


34 


0-1 


2-3 


3 






2 


1 


1 


8 


Payne 


1 


0-1 


0-1 


M 





















Balhie 


19 


4^ 


4^ 


M 


2 






1 


1 





12 


Gaines 


1 


0-1 


0-1 


M 


1 







1 











Vemer 


24 


0-3 


0-1 


M 


6 







2 





2 





Team 










2 














Totals 


200 21-52 


6-20 


8-12 


30 


16 


15 


21 


7 


4 


56 






Field Goal 


3-PointFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


11-26 


.423 


5-11 




455 


34 




.750 




2nd Half 


10-26 


.385 


1-9 




.111 


5^ 




.625 




Game 


21-52 


.404 


6-20 




300 


8-12 




.667 




Terps 


min 


FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 




A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Caner-Med 


25 


7-12 


1-1 


1-2 


7 




1 


4 





3 


16 


Itiekwe 


23 


7-10 


0-0 


1-3 


6 




2 


1 


1 





15 


Gist 


17 


3-8 


M 


0-2 


5 










5 





6 


Strawtjerry 


25 


5^ 


0-0 


2-3 


3 




12 








3 


12 


McCray^ 


27 


8-13 


4-5 


0^ 


4 




3 








2 


20 


Gamson 


16 


3-10 


0-1 


2-2 


8 
















8 


Ledtielter 


16 


1-3 


0-1 


2-2 


1 







2 








4 


Jones 


18 


0-5 


0-2 


1-2 


2 




2 








1 


1 


Brown 


9 


0-2 


frO 


frO 


3 




1 


1 


1 








Bowers 


16 


24 


M 


2-3 


3 










1 





6 


Chukura 


1 


frO 


M 


0-0 























Neal 


7 


0-3 


M 


M 























Team 










5 














Totals 


200 36-76 


5-10 11-19 


47 


14 


21 


8 


8 


9 


88 






Field Goal 


3-PoinlFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


17-35 


.486 


2-5 




400 


34 




.750 




2nd Half 


19-41 


.463 


3-5 




600 


8-15 




.533 




Game 


36-76 


.474 


5-10 




500 


11-19 




.579 




Officials: Kan Hess, Emanuel Upton. Lany Rose 


Tectinicals: 


None 






















Attendance 


17,950 




















Score By Periods 




1st 


2nd 


Final 










Nictiolls Slate 




30 


26 




56 










MARYLAND 






39 


49 




38 










MINNESOTA 














Game #6 

66 


#20/23 MARYLAND 












83 



ACC-Big 10 Challenge ■ Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK, Md (AP) - Travis Gamson had 18 points and 10 
rebounds, and Maryland ovenivhelmed injury-nddled Minnesota in the second 
half en route to an 83-66 victory in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge. 

Nik Caner-Medley scored 1 6 points, and Mike Jones and D.J Strawberry 
had 14 apiece for the Terrapins (5-1 ), who trailed by 1 5 in the eariy going and 
by SIX at halftime, 

Maryland outscored the Golden Gophers 47-24 in a second half that 
featured the ejection of Minnesota coach Dan Monson. 

Dan Coleman led the Gophers (2-2) with 16 points, and Adam Boone 
and J'son Stamper each scored 13 Minnesota was without injured guards 
Vincent Gner Ryan Saunders and Kevin Payton In addition, starling guard 
Maunce Hargrow left with a leg Injury after playing |ust nine minutes, 

Maryland opened the second half with a 1 5-1 mn that made it 5143. After 
Strawberry tied it with a layup. the junior guard added a three-point play to give 



the Ten'apins their first lead, 46-43. Strawberry then deflected the inbounds 
pass to Gamson, who sank a layup. 

Minnesota closed to 56-50 before Jones had a dunk and running jumper 
in an 11-0 spree that gave Maryland a 1 7-poinl cushion with 10:45 left. 

The Gophers outrebounded Maryland 21-8 and got nine points apiece 
from Coleman and Spencer Tollackson In taking a 42-36 lead at halftime. 

Minnesota went 8-for-1 3 from the floor In the opening 1 minutes and used 
a 17-2 mn to go up 23-8. Boone capped the njn with two straight 3-polnters, 
including a bank shot from 22 feel as the shot clock expired 

Jones then scored eight points in a 10-3 spun that got Maryland to 26-1 8, 
and minutes later Caner-Medley hit a 3-polnter and a layup In succession to 
cut the margin to five. 



Gophers 


min FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Stamper 


25 5-9 


1-2 


2-3 


12 


4 













13 


Smith 


22 1-3 


M 


1-2 




1 







2 





3 


Tollackson 


33 5-11 


M 


1-2 




3 


1 




1 





11 


Haigrow 


9 1-3 


0-2 


0-0 


















2 


Boone 


40 4-12 


3-7 


2-2 




2 


5 







1 


13 


Coleman 


25 6-15 


14 


34 




4 


1 




1 





16 


Vl/illiams 


16 1-2 


0-0 


1-2 




4 


1 




1 





3 


Puchtel 


2 0-0 


0-0 


0-0 






















Abu-Shmala 


28 2-6 


1-3 


0-0 




4 


1 


1 








5 


Team 










2 












Totals 


200 25*1 


6-18 10-15 


43 


24 


9 


22 


5 


1 


66 




Field Goal 


3^olntFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


17-29 


.586 


5-9 




556 


M 




.750 




2nd Half 


8-32 


.250 


1-9 




.111 


7-11 




.636 




Game 


2M1 


.410 


6-18 




333 


10-15 




.667 




Terps 


min FG 3-FG 


FT 




F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Caner-Med 


31 5-11 


1-1 


5-7 




3 


2 


2 





3 


16 


Gamson 


30 6-12 


M 


B-10 


10 


1 





3 


1 


1 


18 


lliekwe 


15 3* 


M 


2-5 




3 





1 


1 





8 


Strawbeny 


33 5-9 


1-1 


3-3 




4 


5 


1 





4 


14 


McCray 


32 4* 


0-1 


34 




2 


6 





1 


2 


11 


Ledbetter 


15 0-1 


0-0 


M 




2 


3 














Gist 


15 0-2 


M 


24 




1 





1 





1 


2 


Jones 


20 6-10 


2-2 


M 







1 


1 





2 


14 




2 0-1 


M 

























Bowere 


7 0-2 


0-0 


frO 




1 

















Team 






















Totals 


200 2M0 


4-5 21-33 


31 


17 


17 


9 


3 


13 


83 




Field Goa 




3-PointF6 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


14-31 


.452 


34 




750 


5-7 




.714 




2nd Half 


15-29 


.517 


1-1 




1.00 


16-26 




.615 




Game 


29-60 


.483 


45 




800 


21-33 




.636 




Officials: Biyan Kersey, Bemard Clinton. Duke Edsall 


Technicals: 


Minnesola Coach Monson 2 














Attendance: 


17,950 




















Score By Periods 


1st 


2nd 


Final 










Minnesota 




4i 




24 




66 










MARYLAND 




3f 




47 




83 











Game #7 
#1 9/2 GEOR GE WASHINGTON 78 
#17/21 MARYLAND 70 

Dec. 5, 2005 ■ Washington, D.C. 
BB&T Classic • MCI Center 

WASHINGTON (AP) - Reserve Maureece Rice scored a career-high 19 
points and Mike Hall had 14 points and 12 rebounds, leading No 19 George 
Washington past 17th-ranked Maryland in the BB&T Classic 

Danllo Pinnock also scored 19 points for the Colonials (5-0) 

Chns McCray scored 21 points and James Gist had 11 for Maryland (5- 
2), which couldn't overcome a spinled performance by the Colonials in the 
one-day tournament that featured three games involving Washington-area 
teams 

It was 51-all before Hall made a putback. Cad Elliott added a tip-in and 
Pinnock followed with a dunk to give the Colonials the lead for good The 
teams then traded baskets before GW forward Pops Mensah-Bonsu fouled 
out with 6:43 to go 

That left the Colonials without their star big man, and Maryland's Nik 
Caner-Medley and Ekene Ibekwe Immediately followed with a iayups to gel 
the Terrapins to 63-62. 

But Maryland never could complete the comeback. Pinnock scored on a 
drive and Omar \Afilliams made hdo free throws to start an 8-1 rijn that made 
It 71-63 with 2:35 remaining. 

A dnving layup by Rice, a sophomore guard, and two free throws by 
Pinnock put George Washington up 44-35 with 15:47 left. One minute later, 
however, Mensah-Bonsu got his fourth foul and went to the bench 

It was 4842 before McCray hit three 3-pointers over a 44-second span, 
lifting the Ten'apins into a tie at 51 That set the stage for the pivotal 6-0 run 
that put George Washington in control 



7. ft % ■** 



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|i ^# 






•.ifti^Xi^*»tr'r**£7?r" 



2006-07 MARYLAND 
.MEN'S BASKETBALL 



The Colonials shol 29 percent in the first half, but forced 14 turnovers 
in taking a 34-29 lead GW outretMunded Maryland 4140 and forced 25 
turnovers 



Colonials 


min FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 




A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Williams 


26 1-4 


0-1 


2-2 


3 







3 


3 


1 


4 


Hall 


39 5-13 


1-6 


3-5 


12 




3 


2 





2 


14 


Mensah-Bon 23 3-5 


0-0 


3^ 


B 







3 


3 





9 


Pinnock 


36 6-17 


2-5 


M 


8 




3 


5 





2 


19 


Elliott 


29 2-6 


0-1 


7-8 


2 




3 


2 





1 


11 


McDonakI 


11 1-3 


M 


M 



















2 


Dims 


1 0-0 


0^ 


W) 























Kireev 


3 Ml 


M 


M 


1 




















Rice 


32 7-17 


2-6 


3-4 


3 


4 


1 


1 





1 


19 


Team 








4 














Totals 


200 2S^5 


5-19 23-31 


41 


24 


10 


16 


6 


7 


78 




Field Goal 




3-PointFG 




Free Throw 








1st Half 


10-34 


294 


5-13 




385 


9-12 




.750 




2iid Half 


15-31 


.484 


0* 




000 


14-19 




.737 




Game 


25*5 


.385 


5-19 




263 


:3-31 




.742 





Terps 


min FG 3-FG 


n 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


ll>ekwe 


20 3^ OO 


J6 


3 


4 


1 2 


1 





9 


Caner-Med 


37 4-12 0-1 


2-2 


3 


1 


1 2 


1 


1 


10 


Gist 


26 4-5 0^ 


34 


7 


3 


2 3 


2 


1 


11 


StraiKteriy 


34 4-10 0-1 


2-5 


3 


5 


7 7 


1 


2 


10 


McCray 


38 7-10 3-6 


4^ 


5 


3 


3 3 


1 


2 


21 


Gamson 


18 1-5 0-1 


4-7 


10 


3 


1 3 


1 





6 



ledbeltei 5 0-1 


0-0 0-0 1 


2 





1 





Jones 14 14 


1-2 0-0 1 


3 





2 


3 


Bowers 8 0-0 


0-0 0-0 


1 





2 1 





Team 


7 










Totals 200 24-53 


4-11 18-30 40 


25 


15 


25 8 


6 70 


Field Goal 


3-PointFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 9-26 


.346 0-3 




000 


11-15 


.733 


2nd Half 15-27 


.556 4* 




500 


7-15 


.467 


Game 24-53 


.453 4-11 




364 


18-30 


.600 


Officials Tim Higgins, Bob Donato. Jim Burr 


Technicals GW-Elliott 


Attendance 11,712 


Score By Periods Ist 


2nd Final 










George Washington 34 


44 78 










MARVIAND 29 


41 70 










WESTERN CAROLINA 






Game #8 
57 


#17/21 MARYLAND 








87 



Dec. 7, 2005 • College Park, Md, 
Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK, Md (AP) - Travis Garrison had a career-high 23 points 
and 14 rebounds, and Ekene Ibekwe led a second-half run that earned 
Maryland past Western Carolina. 

Ibekwe scored 12 of his 18 points after halftime. and D.J Strawberry 
added 13 points for the Terrapins (6-2), who led by four at the break. 

Nik Caner-Medley grabbed 10 rebounds to become the 26th player in 
Maryland history to reach 1,000 points and 500 rebounds. 

Jared Outing led Western Carolina (5-fi) with 1 2 points and Antonio Russell 
scored 11 

Maryland used a 1 54 run at the outset of the second half to expand a 
39-36 lead to 15 points. Ibekwe launched the surge with six straight points 
and finished it with a dunk 

It was 5643 before a 3-pointer by Strawberry and a dunk by Ibekwe 
sparked a 14-2 mn that Gamson concluded with seven straight points. 

Maryland played without leading scorer Chris McCray, who injured his left 
ankle dunng the George Washington game He was replaced in the starling 
lineup by Mike Jones, who scored six points. 

Gamson, a senior center, had 16 points and 14 rebounds in the first half, 
and Maryland oulrebounded the Catamounts 25-7 But Western Carolina 
went 6-for-11 from 3-poinl range to stay within striking distance. 

Maryland led 18-13 before Kyle Grealhouse connected three times from 
beyond the arc dunng an 11-2 mn that put the Catamounts up 24-20. 

A putback by Gamson - Maryland's first basket in more than 6 minutes 
- tied It at 24 Minutes later, Caner-Medley scored in the lane and Jones hit 
a 3-pointer to give the Terrapins a 33-28 lead. 



Cata'mis 


min FG 3-FG 


FT R 




A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


OuSnq 


21 M 


1-1 


1-2 4 




2 


3 


1 


1 


12 


Berghoefer 


26 2-6 


M 


34 2 




2 


2 


1 





7 


Russell 


29 5-12 


1-6 


0-0 1 




2 





1 





11 


Wilson 


24 04 


04 


0-0 3 




2 


1 





1 





Grealhouse 


33 3-7 


3-6 


0-0 







3 





1 


9 


Muirhead 


29 2-6 


1-3 


34 2 




2 


3 





1 


8 


Bouie 


11 3-5 


1-2 


M 1 







1 


3 





7 


McKenna 


10 M 


0-0 


0-0 4 



















Jenkins 


3 0-1 


0-1 


0-0 




















Johnson 


14 0-1 


0-1 


34 1 





1 











3 


Team 






2 






1 








Totals 


200 20-50 


7-24 10-14 20 


19 


11 


14 


6 


4 


57 




Field Goal 




3-Polnt FG 




Free Throw 








1st Half 


12-24 


.500 6-11 




545 


5-8 




.625 




2nd Half 


8-26 


.308 1-13 




077 


5« 




.833 




Game 


20-50 


.400 7-24 




292 


10-14 




.714 




Terps 


min FG 3-FG 


n R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Caner-Med 


26 4-8 


M 


M 10 





2 


2 





1 


8 


Garrison 


29 9-13 


1-2 


44 14 


2 








2 


2 


23 


Ibekwe 


19 7-12 


0-1 


4-7 6 


3 











1 


18 


SIrawbeny 


24 34 


1-1 


6-6 2 





4 


3 





1 


13 


Jones 


33 2-7 


2-5 


M 1 


3 


3 


3 








6 


Ledbetter 


19 2-5 


M 


1-2 1 





2 








3 


5 


Gist 


10 14 


0-0 


24 1 


1 











1 


4 


Brown 


18 1-3 


0-1 


0-0 4 





5 


1 





1 


2 


Bowers 


14 24 


0-0 


0-2 1 


1 








1 





4 


Chukura 


4 14 


0-0 


0-0 3 

















2 


Neal 


4 0-1 


0-0 


2-2 1 


1 














2 


Team 






5 














Totals 


200 32-65 


4-10 19-27 49 


11 


16 


9 


3 


10 


87 




Field Goal 




3-PointFG 




Free Throw 








1st Half 


13-29 


.448 1-5 




200 


12-16 




.750 




2nd Half 


19-36 


.528 3-5 




600 


7-11 




.636 




Game 


32-65 


.492 4-10 




400 


19-27 




.704 




Officials: Ted Valentine. Raymond Slyons. Curtis Blair 


Technicals. 


None 


















Attendance. 


17.950 


















Score By Periods 1st 


2nd Final 














V»estem Carolina 35 


22 




57 










MARYLAND 


39 


48 87 














#6 BOSTON COLLEGE 








Game #9 
71 


#17/21 MARYLAND 












73 



Dec. 11, 2005- College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK, Md (AP) - Ekene Ibekwe scored 21 points and Chris 
McCray had 16 as Maryland spoiled the Atlantic Coast Conference debut of 
6th-ranked Boston College, 73-71. 

Maryland held a 1 9-5 edge at the fi'ee-throw line which aided the Terrapins' 
effort. The game was physical from the opening tip, which ended up working 
in Maryland's favor 

Craig Smith had 23 points and 12 rebounds, and Sean Marshall scored 
1 5 points for the Eagles, who lost to a Top 25 team for the second time in six 
days. 

The Eagles trailed 73-68 before Tyrese Rice hit a 3-pointer with 2.2 
seconds left After Maryland threw the inbounds pass away, Boston College 
did the same thing. As the final buzzer sounded, several hundred fans stormed 
the court to celebrate 

A 5-0 spurt put Maryland up 65-62 with 3:56 left. After Rice made a layup, 
Ibekwe missed two fi'ee throws with 2:21 to go 

D.J. Strawberry stole the ball on the other end, and McCray made a 
three-point play for a 68-64 lead. Then, after Smith made one of two foul 
shots, a Maryland basket was wiped out by an offensive goaltending call 

Smith then fouled out when called for a charge, and a reverse layup by 
Nik Caner-Medley put Maryland up 70-65 with 43 seconds left. 

Maryland led by three points on four occasions dunng the first 8 minutes 
of the second half, but the Eagles kept coming back. Then, after BC's Akida 
McLain missed an easy layup, James Gist made two foul shots to put the 
Terrapins ahead 4945 with 11 :05 to go. 

Marshall followed with a 3-pointer, Smith made a baseline jumper and 
Marshall sank one of two foul shots to give BC a 5149 lead. 

There were three ties and five lead changes the rest of the way. 



Eaflles 


min FG 3-FG 


n 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Smith 


37 11-15 


0-0 


1-2 


12 


5 


5 


4 


2 


3 


23 


Dudley 


40 6-15 


0-3 


04 


7 


2 


3 


1 


1 


2 


12 


Dates 


27 1-2 


1-2 


0-0 


3 


4 








1 


1 


3 


Hinnant 


33 3-5 


0-2 


0-1 


1 


3 


2 


4 





1 


6 


Marshall 


28 5-9 


1-2 


4-8 


6 


4 


4 


3 





1 


15 


Haynes 


5 0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


1 

















Rice 


16 3-6 


2-3 


0-0 





2 


3 


5 





1 


8 


McLain 


12 2-7 


O-O 


M 


4 


3 


1 


1 








4 


Team 1 


Totals 


200 31-59 


4-12 


5-15 


36 


24 


18 


18 


4 


9 


71 




Field Goal 




3-PolntFG 




Free Throw 








IstHalf 


16-28 


.571 


1-5 




200 


0-2 




.000 




2nd Half 


15-31 


.484 


3-7 




429 


5-13 




.385 




Game 


31-59 


.525 


4-12 




333 


5-15 




.333 




Taps 


min FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Caner-Med 


28 4-6 


0-1 


1-2 


7 


4 





3 


1 





9 


Garrison 


25 3-8 


0-0 


2-2 


5 


4 





1 








8 


Ibekwe 


34 8-13 


0-0 


5-8 


9 


3 


2 


2 


1 


2 


21 


Strawberry 


27 1-6 


0-1 


24 


1 


3 


4 


3 





2 


4 


McCray 


38 4-8 


1-3 


7-8 


5 





5 


5 


2 


1 


16 


Ledbetter 


8 0-1 


M 


M 

















1 





Gist 


17 24 


0^) 


2-5 


1 











1 





6 


Jones 


16 4-7 


1-2 


0-0 


1 





1 











9 


Brown 


5 0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1 





2 














Bowers 


2 0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





2 





1 








2 


Team 1 


Totals 


200 26-53 


2-7 19-29 


31 


16 


14 


15 


5 


6 


73 




Field Goal 




3-PoinlFG 




Free Throw 








IstHalf 


15-32 


.469 


1-5 




200 


a 




.500 




2nd Half 


11-21 


.524 


1-2 




500 


15-21 




.714 




Game 


26-53 


.491 


2-7 




286 


19-29 




.655 




Officials Karl Hess, Gary 


Maxwell, Bernard Clinton 












Technicals 


None 




















Attendance 


17.950 




















Score By Periods 1st 


2nd 


Final 














Boston College 33 


38 


71 














MARYLAND 


35 


38 


73 














AMERICAN 
















Game #10 
55 


#16/16 MARYLAND 












81 



Eagles 


min 


FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Billbe 


13 


1-2 


0-0 


to 


1 


3 





3 








2 


Nichols 


25 


S8 


0-0 


14 


7 


2 


2 





1 





11 


Mercer 


23 


24 


1-1 


2-2 


2 


4 


3 


4 





1 


7 


Ingram 


31 


4-10 


1-5 


2-2 


6 


1 


1 


3 








11 


Eitutavicius 


17 


2-6 


0-1 


2-2 





1 


1 








1 


6 


Lewis 


16 


1-3 


1-2 


0-2 


1 





1 


2 








3 


Can- 


10 


0-3 


0-2 


0^ 


2 


1 


1 








1 





Weinstein 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


M 

















1 





Joneliunas 


21 


1-8 


0-0 


0-1 


2 


1 





1 


1 





2 


Gilmore 


10 


1-2 


0-1 


O.0 


1 








2 








2 


Gams 


8 


14 


1-2 


1-2 


1 


1 











1 


4 


Peny 


4 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 











2 











Lay 


4 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1 








1 











Lekavicius 


16 


3-9 


1-3 


0-0 


3 


2 


3 


1 





2 


7 


Team 










4 














Totals 


200 21-59 


5-17 


8-15 


31 


16 


12 


19 


2 


7 


55 



^ 



Dec. 23, 2005- College Park. Md. 
Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK, Md, (AP) - Nik Caner-Medley and Chris McCray each 
scored 17 points, and No. 16 Maryland heldAmencan University to 17 points 
in the first half of a victory. 

Ekene Ibekwe had 1 3 points and 1 1 rebounds for the Terapins (8-2), who 
showed little signs of njst after a 12-day layoff. Maryland led by 26 points at 
halftime after shoofing 46 percent, outrebounding American 27-14 and forcing 
12 turnovers. 

Maryland scored 18 points off turnovers and had 27 fast-break points. 

Andre Ingram and Jordan Nichols each had 1 1 points for the Eagles (3-7), 
whose three-game winning streak ended. AU has lost 1 3 straight to Maryland, 
including a 21-point defeat last season. 

The Eagles had more tumovers (12) than baskets (7) and shot 26 percent 
in falling behind by halftime. 

After Amencan's Brayden Billbe made the game's first field goal, succes- 
sive baskets by Caner-Medley sparked a 1 2-0 rijn that included by six straight 
points by Ibekwe 

It was 1 7-6 before D.J. Strawberry banked in a jumper and back-up point 
guard Pamsh Brown scored off a steal to begin a 1 6-2 spurl that put Maryland 
up by 23. 

The Eagles finally scored successive field goals late in the half to make 
It 33-15, but Caner-Medley answered with a three-point play and McCray 
added a 3-pointer to start a 10-1 run that ended the half. 




^Kb^ 



2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACCXHAMPIONS" 







Field Goal 


3-PoinlFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


7-27 


.259 


1-8 


.125 


2-4 




.500 




2nd Half 


14-32 


.438 


4-9 


.444 


6-11 




.545 




Game 


21-59 


.356 


5-17 


.294 


8-15 




.533 




Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG FT 


R F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Gamson 


13 


0-5 


0-0 4-4 


4 4 





2 





1 


4 


Canet-Med 


27 


7-11 


1-3 2-3 


9 


1 


2 


3 


1 


17 


Ibekwe 


29 


4-12 


(Ml 5-7 


11 4 


2 


3 


2 


1 


13 


Strawtieny 


28 


4-8 


1-3 0-0 


5 2 


4 


1 





2 


9 


McCray 


27 


7-9 


3-5 M 


2 1 


1 


4 





2 


17 


Ledbeltef 


8 


M 


M 0-1 


2 


1 


2 











Gisl 


16 


2-3 


0-0 2-2 


4 1 


3 


1 


3 


2 


6 


Jones 


14 


3-9 


M M 


6 1 


1 


1 


1 





9 


Brawn 


14 


3-6 


0-3 M 


1 


4 


1 





3 


6 


Bowere 


15 


0-2 


0-0 0-0 


1 2 


1 





1 








Chukura 


4 


0-1 


0-1 0-0 


1 





1 





1 





Neal 


5 


0-2 


0-0 M 




















Team 








6 












Tolals 


200 30-68 


8-23 13-17 


52 15 


18 


18 


10 


13 


81 






Field Goal 


3-PolntFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


16-35 


.457 


3-11 


273 


8-10 




.800 




2nd Half 


14-33 


.424 


5-12 


.417 


5-7 




.714 




Game 


30-68 


.441 


8-23 


348 


13-17 




.765 




Oflidals; Bob Donalo, Michael Kitts, Jim Hancy 


Technicals None 


Attendance 17,95C 


(sellout) 














Score By Periods 




1st 


2nd 


-Inal 










Amencan 






17 


38 


55 










MARYLAND 






43 


38 


81 










DELAWARE STATE 








Game«11 
54 


#14/16 MARYLAND 










68 



Dec. 28. 2005 • College Park. Md. 
Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK. Md. (AP) - Nik Caner-Medley scored 16 points, and 
Maryland limiled Delaware Slate to five baskets in the fii^l half of a victory. 

Ekene Ibekwe had 12 points and 10 rebounds for the Terrapins (9-2), 
who forced the Hornets into 5-for-20 shooting while building a 36-1 3 halftime 
lead 

It was the 550th career win for Maryland coach Gary Williams, who has 
guided the Terrapins to 27 consecutive non-conference home victories 
Williams (550-308) has 343 wins at Maryland, five short of Lefty Dnesell's 
school record. 

Maryland has won four straight and eight of nine In their last game, 
the Terrapins yielded only 17 first-half points in an 81-55 rout of Amencan 
University 

Jahsha Bluntt scored a career-high tying 24 points for Delaware Stale 
(2-9), the defending Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference champions. All 11 of 
the Hornets' games this season have been on the road- 
Maryland led 9-6 before Mike Jones hit a 3-pointer to spark a 10-0 nin 

After Tracey Worley made a baseline jumper to bnng the Hornets to 1 9-8 
with seven minutes left in the first half, the Terrapins went on a 17-2 spree to 
go up 36-10 Caner-Medley scored eight points m the njn. 

At halftime, the Homets had 11 turnovers, were O-fof-5 from 3-point range 
and 3-for-6 at the free throw line 

Delaware Slate abandoned its deliberate style in the second half Bluntt 
hit a pair of 3-pointers in the opening 90 seconds - the first time in the game 
that Delaware State made successive baskets. 

It was 46-27 before Bluntt scored four points in a 10-1 mn that got the 
Homets within 10 with 9:19 left. 

Caner-Medley then scored on a drive and made two free throws to make 
it 51-37. and James Gist added two free throws for a 16-point cushion. 



Homets 


mln 


FG J-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Fleetwood 


22 


4-7 


0-1 


^0 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


3 


8 


Roundtree 


23 


2-3 


0-1 


1-4 


3 




2 


2 


1 


2 


5 


Shine 


36 


2-5 


0-1 


2-2 


2 




5 


3 





1 


6 


Bluntt 


40 


7-21 


4-11 


6-6 


5 




2 


1 





2 


24 


Dickens 


11 


0-1 


M 


M 


1 







3 











Brown 


20 


1-3 


0-1 


M 


3 




1 


1 








2 


Bush 


5 


1-2 


M 


M 


1 













1 


2 


Walker 


3 


M 


M 


M 






















Wodey 


36 


3-7 


0-2 


1-2 


3 




2 


1 








7 


Mm 


4 


0-2 


0-0 


M 


1 



















Team 










4 






2 








Tolals 


200 20-51 


4-17 10-14 


25 


18 


13 


14 


2 


9 


54 






Field Goal 


3-PointFG 




-ree Throw 




1st Half 


5-20 


.250 


0-5 




000 


J« 




.500 




2nd Half 


15-31 


.484 


4-12 




333 


7-8 




.875 




Game 


20-51 


.392 


4-17 




235 


10-14 




,714 





Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R F A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Gamson 


28 


4-9 


0-1 


0-0 


5 1 


1 


2 





8 


Caner-Med 


36 


6-10 


0-2 


44 


6 2 4 


1 





5 


16 


Ibekwe 


29 


6-10 


0-0 


0-0 


10 3 


3 


1 


1 


12 


StiBwbeny 


36 


3-9 


1-4 


3-4 


5 1 4 


3 





1 


10 


Jones 


16 


1-4 


1-4 


0-0 


3 1 


4 





1 


3 


Ledbetter 


3 


M 


0-0 


0-0 





1 











McCray 


27 


3-7 


1-4 


4-4 


3 2 2 


2 


1 


1 


11 


Gist 


21 


1-2 


0-0 


6-8 


5 1 2 


1 


2 





8 


Brown 


2 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 

















Bowers 


2 


frO 


(H) 


^0 


2 














Team 










5 


1 








Tolals 


200 24-52 


3-15 17-20 


39 14 14 


17 


6 


9 


68 






Field Goal 


3-PolntFG 




■ree Throw 




1st Half 


15-30 


.500 


3-9 .333 


34 




.750 




2nd Half 


9-22 


.409 


0^ .000 


14-16 




.875 




Game 


24-52 


.462 


3-15 .200 


17-20 




.850 




Officials: Leslie Jones, Dwayne Gladden, Bernard Clinton 


Technicals. None 


Attendance: 17,95C 


(sellout) 














Score By Periods 




1st 


2nd Final 










Delaware Stale 




13 


41 54 










MARYLAND 






36 


32 68 










VMI 
















Game #12 
68 


#14/16 MARYLAND 








99 



Dec, 31, 2005- College Park. Md, 
Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK, Md (AP) - D J Strawberry scored 16 points, Chns 
McCray added 15 and Maryland coasted to its fifth straight victory, 99-68 
over VMI. 

Nik Caner-Medley had 10 points and a team-high six assists for the 
Terrapins (10-2), who placed five players in double figures Maryland scored 
the games first 13 points and led 56-20 at halflime 

With Strawberry and McCray leading the way, the Terps peeled off njns of 
13, 10 and 1 9 points in their most productive first half of the season Maryland 
shot 65 percent (24-for-37) and held the Keydets to 8-for-29 shooting over 
the opening 20 minutes 

The Ten'apins have won 28 consecutive non-conference home games, 
including seven this season 

Reggie Williams led VMI (5-6) with 19 points and Matt Murrer had 17 

Maryland took the lead for good when Strawberry made a short jumper 
off the opening tap The junior guard had three baskets and McCray added 
a dunk and a 3-pointer in the opening 13-0 njn. 

Maryland made its first seven shots in going up 17-2 The Keydets, 
conversely opened 1 -for-9 with five turnovers before Williams sank a jumper 
and Malt Murrer hit a 3-pointer to cut the deficit to 10 

It was 25-1 5 before Strawberry converted a dnve, McCray made a layup 
and Caner-Medley scored twice in a 10-second span Travis Gamson followed 
with a layup, capping a 10-0 njn that put Maryland ahead by 20 

After Chavis Holmes intemjpted the njn with a layup. Strawberry hit a 
3-pointer to start a stnng of 19 straight points that increased the margin to 
37 Five players scored in the surge, including junior college transfer Pamsh 
Brown, who connected twice from beyond the arc and finished with a season- 
high 13 points 



Keydets 


min 


FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Muner 


38 


6-9 


4-* 


1-2 


8 


2 





2 





1 


17 


Williams 


35 


8-18 


2-9 


14 


3 


2 


5 


3 





1 


19 


Mankevicius 


26 


4-6 


M 


0-2 


3 


4 








3 


1 


8 


Holmes 


25 


3-8 


0-1 


1-2 


4 


1 


6 


5 





3 


7 


Castlebeny 


9 


1-1 


1-1 


0-0 


1 








1 








3 


Robinson 


5 


0-2 


0-1 


0-0 











1 





1 





ChnsBansen 


16 


0-2 


0-2 


M 


1 


1 


3 


3 











Joseph 


4 


0-2 


0-2 


0-0 























Holmes 


28 


5-10 


U 


0-2 


2 





3 


3 


1 


2 


14 


McCaigo 


5 


0-3 


0-0 


0-0 


2 




















Jamian 


9 


0-3 


0-0 


0-0 


2 








2 











Team 










4 














Tolals 


200 27-64 11-30 


3-12 


30 


10 


17 


20 


4 


9 


68 






Field Goal 


B^iolnlFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


8-29 


.276 


4-15 




267 


0-5 




,000 




2nd Half 


19-35 


.543 


7-15 




467 


3-7 




.429 




Game 


27-64 


.422 


11-30 




367 


3-12 




.250 





Terps 


mln 


FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Garrison 


18 


5-10 


0-1 


2-2 


3 





2 


1 


1 


2 


12 


Caner-Med 


22 


5-7 


0-1 


M 


4 





6 








1 


10 


Ibekwe 


22 


2-6 


0-0 


24 


8 





1 


3 


1 


2 


6 


Strawberry 


20 


6-7 


1-2 


34 


1 


1 


4 


1 





2 


16 


McCray 


21 


6-9 


1-3 


2-2 


3 


1 


2 


3 





4 


15 


Ledbetter 


18 


2-5 


M 


0-0 


2 





5 


2 





1 


4 


Gist 


15 


a 


0-0 


34 


5 


3 





1 








9 


Jones 


15 


3-6 


1-3 


0-0 


4 


3 





1 








7 


Brown 


20 


5-9 


34 


0-0 


3 


2 


4 


2 








13 


Bowers 


18 


0-2 


0-1 


M 


5 


1 


3 


1 











Chukura 


4 


0-1 


0-1 


O-O 























Neal 


7 


3-3 


1-1 


^0 


1 





1 











7 


Team 










5 














Totals 


200 40-71 


7-17 12-16 


44 


11 


28 


15 


2 


12 


99 






Field Goal 


3-PointFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


24-37 


,649 


5-9 




556 


34 




,750 




2nd Half 


16-34 


,471 


2-8 




250 


9-12 




.750 




Game 


40-71 


,563 


7-17 




412 


12-16 




.750 




Officials: Jamie Luckie. Roger Ayers. Mark Schnur 


Technicals: None 


Attendance: 17,950 


(sellout) 


















Score By Periods 




1st 


2nd 


Final 










VMI 






20 


48 




68 










MARYLAND 






56 


43 




99 











Game #13 

TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI 73 



99 



#12/14 MARYLAND 

Jan. 4, 2006 • College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 



COLLEGE PARK, Md (AP) - Nik Caner-Medley scored 23 points, Chris 
McCray added 1 6, and the Terrapins tuned up for Atlantic Coast Conference 
play by beating Texas A&M-Corpus Chnsfi 

It was the 29th consecutive non-conference home victory for the Ten^pins 
(11-2), who closed the first half with a 23-5 njn logo up 48-30. Maryland upped 
the margin to 34 points with 12 minutes left and coasted to its sixth straight 
win 

Fifteen of the Tenapins' next 16 games are against ACC teams, the 
exception a Jan. 28 matchup against Temple. The run begins Saturday at 
Miami 

Chns Daniels scored 1 8 points and Aaron White had 1 5 for Texas A&M- 
Corpus Chnsti (10-5). The Islanders went 10-for-26 from 3-point range and 
committed 24 turnovers. 

It was 25-all before Caner-Medley hit a baseline jumper and McCray 
scored off a steal, sparking a 9-0 njn that Caner-Medley capped with a 
3-pointer After Josh Washington hit a 3 for the Islanders, McCray made a 
lumper and two fi'ee throws to start a njn of 11 straight points for a 45-28 
lead 

Rashad Mintz then made two free throws for Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 
before D J. Strawberry (14 points) hit a 3-pointer for the Terrapins at the 
first-half buzzer 

The Islanders held a 25-1 7 rebounding advantage at halflime. but couldn't 
overcome 1 0-for-34 shooting or their 14 tumovers The trend continued in the 
second half. 



Islanders 


mln 


FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Smith 


10 


1-1 


0-fl 


2-2 




3 


1 


2 








4 


Daniels 


31 


5-9 


24 


M 




4 





3 


2 


2 


18 


Washington 


14 


2-8 


2-7 


O-O 




2 





3 








8 


Ennn 


25 


34 


0-0 


2-2 






8 


4 








8 


White 


31 


5-12 


5-10 


M 






3 


2 





2 


15 


Mintz 


19 


14 


0-0 


44 






1 


4 





1 


6 


Menifee 


23 


2-7 


0-1 


1-1 






2 


1 





1 


5 


Mitchell 


16 


2-5 


1-3 


0-0 


















5 


Nelson 


2 


0-1 


M 


0-0 





















Engelken 


29 


2-7 


0-1 


2-3 






3 


4 


2 





6 


Team 
















1 








Tolals 


200 23-5810-2617-20 


40 


22 


18 


24 


4 


6 


73 






Field Goal 


WolntFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


10-33 


.303 


4-13 




.308 


6-9 




667 




2nd Half 


13-25 


.520 


6-13 




.462 


11-11 




100 




Game 


23-58 


.397 


10-26 




.385 


17-20 




,850 





i — 







w^ 



Terps 


min 


FG 3-FG 


FT 


R F A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Gamson 


13 


1-8 


M 


44 


4 3 


1 





2 


6 


Caner-Med 


26 


8-13 


2-5 


M 


1 2 1 


1 








23 


Ibekwe 


24 


2-5 


frO 


M 


7 3 





3 


2 


9 


Strav»tiery 


26 


6-11 


2-2 


0-1 


5 1 3 


2 





3 


14 


McCray 


30 


6-13 


M 


4-4 


7 2 4 


2 





4 


16 


Ledbetlec 


8 


1-2 


0-1 


2-3 


3 


1 








4 


GisI 


22 


4-7 


0-1 


W) 


7 2 1 


1 


1 


1 


8 


Jones 


14 


0-t 


0-3 


2-2 


1 











2 


Brown 


14 


3-7 


0-2 


2-2 


1 2 3 


1 





2 


8 


Bowers 


17 


2-3 


1-1 


M 


1 3 





2 





5 


Chukura 


3 


1-1 


1-1 


1-2 


1 











4 


Neal 


3 


0-1 


M 


frO 


1 














Team 




















Totals 


200 34-75 


6-19 25-30 


40 18 13 


9 


6 


14 


99 






Field Goa 




3-PointFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


18-36 


.50C 




3-11 .273 


9-10 




900 




2nd Half 


16-39 


.41C 




^8 .375 


16-20 




.300 




Game 


34-75 


.453 




6-19 .316 


25-30 




.833 




Officials: Mike Wood, Sleptien Gorton, Emanuel Upton 


Technicals: TAMU-CC Bench 


Attendance: 17,950 


(sellout) 














Score By Periods 




Isl 




2nd Final 










TAMU-Corpus Christ 


30 




43 73 










MARYLAND 






48 




51 99 










#12/14 MARYLAND 






Game #14 
70 


MIAMI 
















84 



Jan. 7, 2006 • Coral Gables, Fla. 
BankUnited Center 

CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) - The Miami Hurricanes scored the first 13 
points, sank a season-tiigh 12 3-pointers and beat Maryland. 

Miami's three starling guards totaled 65 points. Anthony Hams scored 
a season-high 22 in 24 minutes, Robert Hite lied a season high with 22 and 
Guillermo Diaz had 21 

Miami (9-6. 1-1 ACC) beat a ranked team for the first time in four tnes 
this season. The upset snapped a six-game winning streak for the Ten'apins 
(11-3, 1-1), who lost in overtime at Miami last year 

Nik Caner-Medley scored 19 points for the Terps. 

Miami missed only seven of 19 3-point tries and went 7-for-10 in the 
second half. Harris finished 4-for-4. 

Maryland's D.J. Strawberry had 14 points, while Travis Gamson scored 
12 points 

Maryland failed to score on its first seven possessions, while Miami sank 
a fro of 3-pointers en route to a 1 3-0 lead. Gamson's free throw at 1 5 49 got 
the Terrapins on the board, but consecutive 3-pointers by Diaz and Denis 
Clemente put the Hurricanes ahead 27-15 

The Humcanes' halftime lead was 37-33, even though Maryland shot 54 
percent. 

The Terps cut the margin to 4443 early in the second half but never pulled 
even Hams sank consecutive 3-poinlers to build Miami's lead back to seven. 
Hite's dnve and dunk made it 57-48, and he sank back-to-back 3-pointers lor 
a 65-62 lead with nine minutes to go. 

Another 3-pointer by Hite made it 72-56, and his three-point play gave 
the Hurricanes their biggest margin at 75-58. 



Terps 


min 


FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Caner-Med 


35 


6-11 


1-2 


6* 


3 


2 


2 


5 





1 


19 


iliekwe 


25 


3-7 


0-0 


3-5 


5 


1 


1 


4 


2 





9 


Garnson 


19 


4-9 


1-1 


3-4 


4 


2 





1 


1 





12 


Strawljeny 


36 


5-10 


0-1 


4-7 





4 


3 


6 





1 


14 


McCray 


33 


1-7 


1-5 


2-3 


4 


4 


5 


1 


1 


1 


5 


Ledtietter 


6 


0^ 


M 


M 


3 




















Gist 


20 


4-4 


M 


M 


3 


2 


2 


1 


3 





8 


Jones 


13 


1-3 


1-3 


M 


3 


1 





1 








3 


Brown 


4 


0^ 


M 


M 


1 





1 


1 











Bowers 


9 


0^ 


M 


M 





3 

















Team 










4 














Totals 


200 24-51 


4-12 18-25 


30 


19 


14 


20 


7 


3 


70 






Field Goal 


3-PolntFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


14-26 


.538 


2-5 




400 


34 




.750 




2nd Half 


10-25 


.400 


2-7 




286 


15-21 




.714 




Game 


24-51 


.471 


4-12 




333 


16-25 




.720 





'Canes 


min FG 3-FG 


FT R 


F A 


TO 


B 


S TP 


Hamilton 


28 1-3 


0-0 


M 4 


4 2 


1 


1 


1 2 


King 


33 3-9 


0-0 


2-2 9 


3 








1 8 


Hams 


24 6-11 


44 


2-2 1 


4 3 


6 


1 


1 22 


Diaz 


36 6-13 


3* 


6-9 5 


1 9 


2 





3 21 


Hite 


37 8-15 


4-« 


2-3 8 


1 1 


1 





1 22 


Graham 


5 1-1 


M 


0-0 


1 








1 2 


Clemente 


17 1-2 


1-2 


0-1 


1 1 


3 





1 3 


Asbury 


7 0-3 


0-1 


2-2 5 











2 


Hicks 


13 1-4 


0-0 


M 2 


2 1 








1 2 


Team 






3 




1 






Totals 


200 29-61 12-19 14-19 37 


17 17 


14 


2 


10 84 




Field Goa 


3-PolntFG 




Free Throw 


Isl Half 


13-30 


433 


5-9 


.556 


6-6 




750 


2nd Half 


16-31 


516 


7-10 


.700 


8-11 




.727 


Game 


29-61 


475 


12-19 


.632 


14-19 




.737 


OfSaals: Ted Valentine, Lary Rose, Ray Natli 


Technicals: None 


Attendance: 5,125 


Score By Periods 


Is 


2nd 


Final 








MARYLAND 




33 


37 


70 








Miami 




37 


47 


84 








#21/23 MARYIAND 








Game #15 

52 


#1/1 DUKE 












76 



Field Goal 



3-Polnt FG 



Free Throw 



Jan. 11,2006- Durham, N.C. 
Cameron Indoor Stadium 

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) - Shelden Williams got his first career triple-double 
and J J Redick scored 27 points, helping the top-ranked Blue Devils snap a 
three-game losing streak to Maryland. 

Maryland swept the series a year ago after beating Duke in the final of the 
2004 Atlantic CoasI Conference toumamenl, and Williams and his teammates 
came out with an inspired first half to make sure it wouldn't happen again. 

He had 19 points, 11 rebounds and a career-high 10 blocks for the Blue 
Devils (15-0, 3-0), who scored the game's first seven points and eventually 
stretched the lead to 45-22 at halftime They held the Terrapins (1 1 -4, 1 -2) to 
29 percent shooting in the opening 20 minutes while forcing 1 8 of Maryland's 
season-high 29 turnovers. 

Redick, the ACC's leading scorer, finished 9-of-22, including 4-of-1 3 on 
3-pointers. 

Williams helped keep all of Maryland's players in single digits in points 
until Chns McCray made a layup with 3-1/2 minutes to reach 10. 

He eventually got to 12 to lead the Ten-apins, who lost Iheir second in a 
row in front of a celebrity-filled crowd that included Magic Johnson, Boston 
Celtics head of basketball operafions Danny Ainge and fomier Duke players 
Christian Laettner, Brian Davis and Jay Williams 

Nik Caner-Medley and Ekene Ibekwe led Maryland with nine rebounds 
apiece, while Travis Gamson finished with four blocked shots 



Terps 


min 


FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


s 


TP 


Gamson 


20 


0-6 


0-0 


0-0 


7 


1 


1 


2 


4 


2 





Caner-Med 


29 


2-8 


1-2 


34 


9 


2 





4 


2 





8 


Ibekwe 


24 


4-11 


0-0 


0-0 


9 


2 


1 





1 





8 


Strawbeny 


27 


3-7 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


4 


1 


5 





1 


6 


McCray 


30 


4-11 


2-7 


2-2 


5 


3 


1 


6 


2 


1 


12 


Ledbetter 


22 


0-5 


0-0 


0-0 


1 


2 


1 


2 











Gist 


22 


2-2 


0-0 


34 


1 


3 





2 





1 


7 


Jones 


13 


1-7 


1-3 


M 


5 








3 


1 


1 


3 


Brown 


6 


2-2 


M 


2-3 


1 


1 


1 


4 





2 


6 


Bowers 


5 


0-1 


0-0 


M 





1 








1 








Chukura 


0* 


0-0 


0-0 


M 























Neal 


2 


1-1 


M 


M 


1 








1 





1 


2 


Team 










4 














Totals 


200 m3 


4-12 10-13 


45 


19 


6 


29 


11 


9 


52 






Field Goal 


3.PointFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


8-28 


.286 


2-7 




286 


44 




1.00 




2nd Half 


11-35 


.314 


2-5 




400 


6-S 




.667 




Game 


19-63 


.302 


4-12 




333 


10-13 




.769 




'Devils 


min 


FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


McRoberts 


21 


0-0 


0-0 


1-2 


2 


3 


1 


2 


3 


2 


1 


V«lliams 


36 


8-16 


M 


3-5 


11 


1 


3 


2 


10 


2 


19 


Paulus 


35 


3-7 


1-3 


34 


4 


1 


3 


5 





2 


10 


Redick 


36 


9-22 


4-13 


6* 


2 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 


27 


Dockery 


33 


3-9 


24 


2-2 


4 


3 


4 


3 





5 


10 


Podus 


3 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 























Davidson 


2 


M 


M 


0-0 











1 











Melchionni 


18 


14 


1-3 


0-0 


3 


3 


3 


2 





3 


3 


Nelson 


10 


2-2 


2-2 


0-0 


2 


1 


2 


1 





4 


6 


Boykin 


2 


0-0 


W) 


0-0 


1 


1 





1 











Pertiins 


2 


0-1 


M 


0-0 























Boalenq 


2 


M 


M 


0-0 











1 











Team 










8 














Totals 


200 26«1 10.25 14-19 


37 


14 


18 


20 


14 


19 


76 



1st Half 16-37 .432 


8-16 


500 


5^ 


.833 


2nd Half 10-24 417 


2-9 


.222 


9-13 


.692 


Game 2M1 .426 


10-25 


.400 


14-19 


.737 


Officials: Bryan Kersey Karl Hess, Mike Eades 


Technicals: MD-lbekwe 


Attendance: 9,314 


Score By Periods 1st 


2nd 


Final 






MARYUWD 22 


30 


52 






Duke 45 


31 


76 






RV/RV WAKE FOREST 




Game #16 

86 


#21/23 MARYLAND 






90 



Jan. 15, 2006- College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK, Md, (AP) - Mike Jones scored 22 points, D.J. Strawberry 
added 18, and Maryland kept Wake Forest winless in the Atlantic Coast 
Conference with a 90-86 victory. 

Up by 17 points with 9:44 left, Maryland appeared poised to post a 
comfortable win over Wake Forest. 

Justin Gray had other ideas. 

Gray scored a career-high 38 points, including a 3-pointer that got the 
Demon Deacons within two with 2.9 seconds to go. But the Terrapins survived 
the comeback 

Strawberry hit two clinching fi-ee throws alter Gray hit his final shot. 

Nik Caner-Medley scored 17 points to help the Terrapins (124, 2-2) 
bounce back from losses at Miami and Duke. Maryland placed five players 
in double figures, led by Jones, whose previous high in an ACC game was 
15 points. 

Gray went 1 2-for-20 from the field, including 7-for-1 1 from 3-point range, 
but it wasn't enough to bnng the Demon Deacons all the way back 

Wake Forest center Enc Williams, who had 22 points and 20 rebounds 
four days eariier at Clemson, picked up three fouls in the opening 1 5 minutes 
and finished with 10 points and eight boards in 28 minutes 

ChnsMcCray opened thesecondhalfwith a 3-poinlerandadunk to give 
Maryland a 46-38 lead It was 4842 before James Gist hit a jumper to spark 
a 6-0 spurt that put the Terrapins up by 12. 

Minutes later. McCray tumed a turnover into a dunk, then added a 3-poinler 
to make it 6146. 

It was 6548 before the Demon Deacons used a 1 3-2 nin to get within six 
Sterting Ledbetter then scored for Maryland, and after Wake Forest missed 
twice on the other end, Jones made two fi'ee throws for a 10-point cushion 
with 4 47 remaining. 

Gray scored 21 in the first half, but the Terrapins got 16 from Jones in 
taking a 41-38 lead 



'Deacs 


min FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Dnjm 


13 0-0 0-0 


0-0 


2 


2 





1 











Visser 


14 2-6 0-0 


M 


4 


1 





1 








4 


Williams 


28 3-10 0-0 


4-6 


8 


5 




4 


1 





10 


Gray 


38 12-20 7-11 


7-7 


2 


3 




3 





1 


38 


Dukes 


13 2-5 2-5 


0-0 


3 


1 




4 








6 


Ellis 


28 2-7 0-3 


6* 


10 


2 




2 


2 





10 


Hale 


28 4-10 2-6 


2-2 


7 


4 




1 


1 


1 


12 


Swinlon 


11 0-1 0-0 


1-2 


3 
















1 


Stnckland 


27 2-9 1-6 


0-0 


2 


3 




1 


1 





5 


Team 






4 














Totals 


200 27-68 12-31 20-23 


45 


21 


11 


17 


5 


2 


86 




Field Goal 


3-PointFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


12-31 .387 


6-13 




462 


8-9 




.889 




2nd Half 


15-37 .405 


618 




333 


12-14 




.857 




Game 


27-68 .397 


12-31 




387 


20-23 




.870 




Terps 


min FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Caner-Med 


38 4-12 0-3 


9-10 


8 


4 


3 


1 


1 





17 


Ibekwe 


16 2-8 0-0 


1-1 





4 


1 





1 





5 


Gist 


26 6-10 0-0 


1-3 


6 


2 








1 





13 


Strawbeny 


29 5-7 2-2 


6-7 


4 


4 


4 


2 





3 


18 


McCray 


27 4-9 2-3 


0-0 


3 


1 


6 


1 





3 


10 


Ledbetter 


13 1-1 0-0 


1-2 


2 





4 


2 





1 


3 


Jones 


26 8-11 4-5 


2-2 


2 


1 


2 







1 


22 


Brown 


7 0-0 0-0 


0-0 








2 













Bowers 


18 1-3 0-1 


0-0 


3 


2 







1 





2 


Team 






3 














Totals 


200 31-61 8-14 20-25 


31 


18 


22 


11 


4 


8 


90 




Field Goal 


3-Point FG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


16-36 .444 


5-9 




556 


4« 




.667 




2nd Half 


15-25 .600 


3-5 




600 


16-19 




842 




Game 


31-61 .508 


8-14 




571 


20-25 




.800 




Officials: Teddy Valentine, Mike Kills, John Cahill 


Technicals None 


Attendance: 17,950 (sellout) 



^tb- 




2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACOXHAMPIONS"" 



27 SPORTSL 



Score By Periods 



Wake Foresl 



MARYLAND 



#18/19 MARYLAND 



Game #18 
86 



VIRGINIA TECH 



Game #17 

72 

81 



#22/22 MARYLAND_ 

Jan, 21, 2006- College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 



COLLEGE PARK. Md. (AP) - Nik Caner-Medley scored 23 points. Chns 
McCray had 21 , and the 22nd-ranked Maryland Terrapins handed the Hokies 
an 81-72 defeat, 

Maryland, which remaitied unljeaten at home this season, led 45-44 
early in the second half when Caner-Medley hit a tough inside jumper and 
James Gist added a follow dunk to spark an 8-2 spurt that gave the Terrapins 
a seven-point lead with 14:44 left. 

After Zabian Dowdell hit a 3-pointer for Virginia Tech. Caner-Medley 
made a layup and a jumper from the comer to give Maryland an eight-poinl 
cushion. Minutes later, a three-point play by Caner-Medley made it 64-51. 
and the Ten'apins coasted to the finish. 

Gist (11 points) and Ekene Ibekwe (10) also reached double figures for 
the Terrapins (13-4, 3-2), who have won 14 straight at home - including 11 
this season, 

Dowdell scored 21 ■ becoming the 35th player in Virginia Tech history to 
top the 1 ,000-point mark for his career - and Coleman Collins added 18 But 
it wasn't enough to prevent the Hokies from losing for the eighth tinle in nine 
games in the lopsided senes that stands 25-5 in favor of the Terrapins, 

The Hokies (10-8, 0-5) dropped their first four conference games by a 
total of 16 points. 

In this one, they managed to get to 70-64, but two free throws by Caner- 
Medley with 1:18 left silenced the comeback 

It was the 142nd ACC victory for Maryland coach Gary Williams, tying hm 
with Frank McGuire for third place on the career list North Carolina's Dean 
Smith had 364 and Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski is at 255, 

Williams also earned his 347th win at Maryland, one short of the school 
record held by Lefty Dhesell, 

Virginia Tech led 38-37 afteralirst half that featured 11 lead changes and 
five ties. 



Hokies 


min 


FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


A 


TO 


B 


s 


TP 


Witherspoon 


12 


0-0 


M 


M 





1 


1 











Collins 


34 


7-16 


M 


44 


6 





2 








18 


Dowdell 


39 


8-19 


1-7 


4* 


4 


i 6 


2 





2 


21 


Wasiiington 


36 


4-9 


0-2 


1-2 


7 


t 


3 


1 


2 


9 


Gordon 


14 


M 


M 


34 


3 


t 1 


1 








9 


Harris 


11 


24 


0-1 


0-0 


2 





1 








4 


Sailes 


28 


2-5 


0-1 


W) 


1 


2 


1 





1 


4 


Diakite 


3 


0-1 


0-0 


frO 





1 


1 











Vassalto 


7 


1-2 


0-1 


M 





i 











2 


Tucker 


16 


2-2 


1-1 


W) 


4 














5 



Team 






3 












Totals 


200 2M4 


2-13 12-16 


30 


22 


10 


12 1 


5 


72 




Field Goal 


M>olntFG 


Free Throw 




1st Half 


15-36 


417 


1-6 




,167 


7-8 


,875 




2nd Half 


14-28 


.500 


1-7 




.143 


5^ 


,625 




Game 


29*1 


,453 


2-13 




.154 


12-16 


,750 




Terps 


min FG 3-FG FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO B 


S 


TP 


Caner-Med 


32 9-14 


0-1 5^ 


8 


1 


1 


1 2 


1 


23 


lliekwe 


18 3-7 


1-1 3-5 


9 


5 


1 


1 2 





10 


Gist 


28 5-8 


0-0 1-1 


6 


2 


1 


3 1 





11 


Slrawtreny 


31 2-6 


0-2 0-1 


4 


3 


B 


4 1 


1 




McCray 


31 5-12 


24 9-10 


1 


3 


2 


2 1 


2 


21 


Gamson 


10 0-1 


M 1-2 


1 


2 





1 







Ledtietter 


10 24 


M 1-1 


2 


2 


2 










Jones 


20 14 


0-2 M 


6 


1 


1 


1 







Bowers 


20 2-5 


M M 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 




Team 






3 












Totals 


200 29^1 


3-10 20-28 


42 


20 


17 


14 7 


5 


81 




Field Goal 


3-PointFG 


Free Throw 




1st Half 


14-36 


389 


1-5 




200 


8-13 


615 




2nd Half 


15-25 


600 


2-5 




,400 


12-15 


,800 




Game 


2^61 


,475 


3-10 




,300 


20-28 


.714 




Officials: Kan Hess, Mike Wood, Jamie Luckie 


Technicals: None 


Attendance: 17,950 (sellout) 


Score By Periods 


1st 


2nd 




Final 








Virginia Tech 




38 


34 




72 








MARYLAND 




37 


44 




81 









GEORGIA TECH 



74 



Jan. 25, 2006 • Atlanta, Ga. 
Alexander Memorial Coliseum 

ATLANTA (AP) - Nik Caner-Medley scored a season-high 33 points and 
Maryland eamed an 86-74 victory over Georgia Tech for its first road victory 
in the ACC this season, 

Caner-Medley was 8-of-12 from the field, which included making both 
3-point attempts, along with continually getting to the foul line with his strong 
play inside He hit 15 of 16 free throws 

The Terrapins (14-4, 4-2 ACC) manhandled the Yellow Jackets, who have 
their first four-game losing streak since a five-game skid in 2002-03, 

Maryland tied a school record by making 41 free throws, missing only four 
attempts The Ten-apins equaled the mark set in a 1994 victory over Morgan 
Stale, when they went 41-of-67 

Also, It was the most tree throws made by a Georgia Tech (9-8. 2-4) 
opponent, easily breaking the previous record of 37 by Yale in 1973, 

Caner-Medley, who was averaging 13,8 points, knew he had to take on 
more of a sconng role. Nine of the senior's points came dunng a 13-1 spurt 
that helped the Ten'apins pull away before the midway point of the second 
half 

In fact, Caner-Medley scored the last seven points in the njn - hitting a 
jumper, then a 3-pointer and finally splitting the defense for a lay-in that put 
Maryland up 6345 with 1 1 :08 remaining. 

Head Coach Gary Williams has 348 wins in 1 7 seasons with the Tenapins, 
That ties him with the Charles "lefty" Dhesell for the most in school history, 

"Lefty came in and got that place rolling," said Williams, whose overall 
record improved to 555-310 "I learned a lot from Lefty Dnesell He's a big 
part of Maryland history, Ifs a compliment for me to be Bed with Lefty, that's 
for sure," 



Terps 


min FG 3-FG FT 


R 




TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Gist 


20 3-7 


M 44 


4 




3 


1 


2 


10 


Caner-Med 


39 8-12 


2-2 15-16 


9 




4 


1 


1 


33 


Ibekwe 


25 2-5 


00 M 


5 




5 





1 


10 


Strawt)erry 


36 2-9 


0-2 4-5 


4 




2 





3 


8 


Jones 


26 2-5 


2-3 M 


5 




3 





1 


12 


Garrison 


21 14 


1-1 5* 


6 


4 


2 


2 





8 


ledbetter 


18 0-3 


0-0 1-2 


6 


3 5 


4 





1 


1 


Brown 


2 0-0 


frO 0^1 





1 


2 











Bowers 


13 2-3 


^0 0-0 


2 


3 











4 


Team 






2 












Totals 


200 2048 


^8 4145 


43 


28 14 


25 


4 


9 


86 




Field Goal 


3-PolntFG 




■ree Throw 




1st Half 


11-31 


,355 


34 


,750 


18-19 




,947 




2nd Half 


9-17 


,529 


24 


,500 


23-26 




885 




Game 


2048 


,417 


a 


,625 


4145 




.911 




Jackets 


min FG ^FG FT 


R 


F A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Smith 


22 2-6 


0* 4« 


5 


5 


4 







. 8 


Dickey 


37 6-13 


M M 


11 


4 1 


2 


2 




18 


Bell 


25 14 


0-1 0-2 


2 


1 5 


3 







2 


Morrow 


30 5-13 


2-7 6-7 


3 


5 2 


1 







18 


Fredrick 


30 3-13 


2-5 2-3 


1 


4 4 


2 







10 


West 


22 2-5 


^0 4-6 


2 


4 1 


1 







8 


Diaw 


Ot M 


0-0 M 




















Clinch 


13 24 


2-3 0-2 





2 2 


1 








6 


Aminu 


11 M 


M 2-2 


1 


2 


1 








2 


Tamer 


10 1-2 


O-O 0-0 


1 


2 1 


1 





1 


2 


Team 






6 












Totals 


200 22-60 


6-16 24-34 


32 


29 16 


16 


2 


15 


74 




Field Goal 


3-PolntFG 




■ree Throw 




1st Half 


11-27 


,407 


5-11 


,455 


8-12 




,667 




2nd Half 


11-33 


,333 


1-5 


,200 


16-22 




,727 




Game 


22-60 


,367 


6-16 


,375 


24-34 




,706 




Officials Ray Nalili,Les Jones, Curtis Blair 


Technicals GT - Bench 


Attendance 9,191 


Score By Periods 


1st 


2nd 


Final 










MARYLAND 




43 


43 


86 










Georgia Tech 


35 


39 


74 










#18/19 IMARYLAND 








Game #19 

85 


TEMPLE 














91 



Jan. 28, 2006 • Philadelphia, Pa. 
Liacouras Center 



PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Mardy Collins scored 25 points. Dustin Salisbety 
had 23 and Temple used a 17-2 njn late in the game to beat No. 18 Maty- 
land. 



Nik Caner-Medley led Maryland (14-5) with 30 points and 10 rebounds, 
and Mike Jones had 23 points ,including a school-record tying seven three- 
pointers. Coach Gary Williams remained tied with Lefty Dhesell on the team's 
career win list with 348, 

Jones and Caner-Medley hit consecutive 3-pointers for a 63-61 lead, 

Travis Gamson's three and a dnving layup by Caner-Medley made it 67-64 
with 6:22 remaining and that was the last basket the Terps would score until 
James made a 3 with 1 :18 left in the game. 

The Owls' offense started clicking late, Marshall, the 6-foot-11 , 285-pound 
center who missed the first eight games because of dizzy spells, was left open 
on the block and scored two straight baskets for a 68-67 lead, 

Salisbery then hit a three - one of 1 2 for the Ovuls, Robinson added a 3 and 
Collins stopped on a drive and hit a little bank shot to give the Owls a 78-67 
lead. When Mark Tyndale made one of two free throws, the Owls capped 
their mn and went up 81-69, Tyndale had 14 points and 10 rebounds, 

Caner-Medley temporarily hushed the crowd when he made two straight 
3-pointers that made it 90-83 with just under 10 seconds left, Slill,theOwls 
hung and beat their second ranked team of the season. 



Terps 


min FG 3-FG FT 


R 




A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Caner-Med 


38 7-15 4-9 12-16 


10 




5 


4 








30 


Ibekwe 


21 44 0-0 8^ 


5 







1 








14 


Gist 


16 0-1 0-0 0-0 


1 




1 














Strawbeny 


26 04 0-1 0-2 


4 




4 


3 











Jones 


34 7-12 7-11 2-2 


5 




3 


6 








23 


Garrison 


18 4-7 0-1 0-1 


6 







2 


1 





8 


Ledbetter 


18 1-2 1-2 1-2 


1 




3 


3 








4 


Brown 


8 2-2 0^) frO 







2 








1 


4 


Bowers 


21 1-2 M frO 


3 




3 


1 








2 


Team 1 


ToBIs 


200 264912-24 21-31 


36 


30 


21 


20 


1 


1 


85 




Field Goal 3-PolnlFG 




Free Throw 






1st Half 


12-20 ,600 


5-9 




556 


12-16 




,750 




2nd Half 


14-29 ,483 


7-15 




467 


9-15 




,600 




Game 


2649 ,531 


12-24 




500 


21-31 




,677 




Owls 


min FG 3-FG FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Robinson 


22 3-7 2-5 34 


1 


3 














11 


Marshall 


14 4-7 M 1-2 


2 


5 





1 


1 


2 


9 


Salisbery 


34 9-13 4-7 1-6 


5 


1 


1 


1 





1 


23 


Tyndale 


39 2-9 0-1 10-14 


10 


4 


2 


1 





2 


14 


Collins 


40 6-19 2-6 11-15 


4 


2 


12 


1 


1 


5 


25 


Clark 


1 0-0 00 00 























Olmos 


3 0-0 0-0 04 





1 

















Christmas 


7 14 14 1-2 





1 


1 











4 


Ingram 


22 2-2 00 1-2 


5 


4 





1 








5 


Team 




6 






1 








ToBIs 


200 27-61 9-23 2849 


35 


23 


16 


6 


2 


13 


91 




Field Goal 


anoint FG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


13-28 ,464 


6-15 




,400 


11-21 




,524 




2nd Half 


14-33 ,424 


30 




.375 


17-28 




,607 




Game 


27-61 ,443 


9-23 




,391 


2849 




,571 




Officials: Frank Scagliolta, Michael Stephens, 


Duke Edsall 










Technicals: None 


Attendance: 10,025 


Score By Periods 1st 


2nd 




"inal 










MARYLAND 


41 


44 




85 










Temple 


43 


48 




91 











RV/RV NORTH CAROLINA 
#23/RV MARYLAND 



Game «20 

77 



62 



Feb. 2, 2006 • College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK. Md, (AP) - Reyshawn Terry scored 20 points, David 
Noel had 19 points and 12 rebounds, and North Carolina used a relentless 
defense to shut down Maryland, 

Tyler Hansbrough had 15 points and eight rebounds for the Tar Heels 
(13-5, 4-3 ACC), who limited Maryland to 22 points in the second half 

Teny scored seven points during an 11-2 mn that gave the defending 
national champions a 5748 lead with 8:18 remaining. After Maryland closed 
to 57-54, a dunk by Terry, a 3-pointer by Danny Green and a basket by 
Hansbrough pushed the margin to 10, 

Nik Caner-Medley scored 15 points for the Terrapins (14-6, 4-3), who 
came in averaging an ACC-best 82,7 points per game Maryland shot only 
35 percent from the floor and went 3-for-16 fi-om 3-point range, 

D J, Strawbeny rebounded with 14 points against the Tar Heels 

North Carolina started the second half with an 8-2 njn to take a 4642, but 
two straight baskets by Caner-Medley fied it with 15:20 to go Neither team 
scored again until Teny hit a 3-pointer with 13 minutes left, and the junior 
forward added a follow-shol to give the Tar Heels a five-point lead 

After Will Bowers scored for Maryland, Hansbrough made a tough layup 
in traffic, Teny hit a baseline jumper and Noel soared in for a dunk that made 
It 5748, 






2006-07 MARY 
.MEN'S BASKETS 



Noel scored 15 points, Strawbetiy had 14, and a firsi half Ihal featured 
nine lead-changes and four ties ended with the Terrapins up 40-38, 



Tar Heels 


min FG 3-FG FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Terry 


26 7-14 2-i 4« 


9 


3 


2 


4 


1 





20 


Noel 


37 6-11 2-3 M 


12 


3 


4 


5 


1 


1 


19 


Hansbrough 


30 7-11 0-0 1-1 


8 


4 


3 


8 


1 


2 


15 


Frasor 


32 2-6 1-5 0-0 


3 


2 


5 


4 








5 


Miller 


26 2-4 2-4 M 


3 


3 


3 








1 


6 


Ginyari) 


16 0-4 0-0 00 


4 





2 














Thomas 


8 1-2 0-1 M 





1 


2 


1 








2 


Green 


16 3^ 2-3 2-2 


4 


2 


1 





3 


1 


10 


Sanders 


9 0-2 0-0 0-2 


t 


1 





2 


1 








Team 




8 














Totals 


200 28-62 9-22 12-17 


52 


19 


22 


24 


7 


5 


77 




Field Goal 


3-PolntFG 




=ree Throw 




1st Half 


12-27 ,444 


6-10 




600 


8-10 




.800 




2nd Half 


16J5 ,457 


3-12 




250 


4-7 




.571 




Game 


2M2 ,452 


9-22 




409 


12-17 




.706 




Terps 


mln FG J-FG FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Caner-MerJ 


37 6-19 1-6 2-2 


5 


2 


1 


2 





2 


15 


Ibekwe 


16 2-9 0-1 1-4 


3 


1 


1 


1 





3 


5 


Bowers 


16 24 0-0 00 


2 


2 








1 





4 


Strawberry 


34 6-15 1-3 1-3 


5 


3 


2 


3 


1 


3 


14 


Jones 


35 3-8 U 2-3 


5 


2 


2 


3 








9 


Gamson 


14 2-i 0-0 0-1 


3 


1 





1 


2 


1 


4 


Ledbetier 


19 0-2 0-2 M 





1 


5 








1 





Gist 


28 4-11 04) 3-4 


9 


3 


2 


1 


2 


1 


11 


l<leal 


1 0-0 to 0^) 











1 











Team 




2 














Totals 


200 25-72 3-16 9-17 


34 


15 


13 


12 


6 


11 


62 




Field Goal 


3-PolnlFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


16-38 .421 


3-9 




333 


5-10 




.500 




2nd Half 


9-34 ,265 


0-7 




000 


4-7 




.571 




Game 


25-72 ,347 


3-16 




188 


9-17 




.529 




Officials Karl Hess, Ed Corbelt, Mike Kitts 


Teciincals None 


Attendance 17,950 (sellout) 


Score By Periods 1st 


2nd 


Final 










North Carolina 38 


39 




77 










MARYLAND 


40 


22 




62 










#23/RV MARYLAND 










Game«21 

58 


#17/18 NC STATE 












62 



Feb. 5, 2006- Raleigh, N.C. 
RBC Center 

RALEIGH. N.C. (AP) - Tony Bethel made two 3-poinlers and two free 
throws down the stretch, helping North Carolina State hold off li(aryland 
despite the Wolfpack making only five field goals inside the arc. 

Bethel finished with five 3s and 17 points, and Cameron Bennerman 
added 11 points for the Wolfpack (18-4, 7-2 ACC). 

Andrew Brackman made a layup with 13:21 remaining for NC Slate, and 
whal turned out to be his team's lone two-point field goal of Ihe second half 
increased its lead lo 42-34. 

The Terrapins ( 1 4-7, 4-4) rallied Id get within three on Nik Caner-IVIedley's 
late 3-pointer, but Bethel converted two free throws and Bennerman added 
another to offset a tip-in by Ekene Ibekwe. Ivl a r y I a n d 

missed three attempts in the final seconds, then a final one when Mike Jones 
was short on an off-balanced jumper right before the final buzzer. 

Caner-Medley picked up the pace with 1 points in second half, including 
five in a 35-second span, to bnng the Terrapins within 56-53. 

Bethel answered on i.he other end with a 3 before Caner-Medley made 
another, settng up the finish. 

D J Strawberry had 14 points for Maryland, and Jones and James Gist 
each scored 13 Caner-Medley added 10 rebounds. 

Yet with Bethel and company making jumpers from all over the court, none 
of that was enough. Six players had 3s for the Wolfpack, with llian Evtimov 
and Bennemian each making two, and they finished 12-for-28 from beyond 
the arc for the game. 

Bethel's total tied a career high and gave him at least three in five 
straight games NC State managed to win despite shooting a season-low 
30.9 percent. 



Terps 


min FG 


3-FG FT 


R 


F A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Strawbeny 


37 5-13 


2-6 2-6 


3 


2 1 


3 





1 


14 


Caner-Med 


38 4-9 


2-2 0-0 


10 


3 1 


1 





3 


10 


Gist 


22 6-11 


M 1-2 


5 


4 


1 


3 


1 


13 


Ledbetter 


24 1-4 


M 0-0 


2 


3 3 


3 








2 


Jones 


33 4-13 


3-8 2-2 


4 


1 3 


1 





1 


13 


Gamson 


12 1-5 


0^ M 


1 


2 1 











2 


Brown 


3 M 


M M 








2 











Ibekwe 


18 1-4 


M M 


5 


3 2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


Bowers 


12 1-2 


0-0 frO 


3 


2 











2 


Neat 


1 0-0 


M 0-0 




















Team 






6 












Totals 


200 23-61 


7-16 5-10 


39 


20 11 


13 


5 


8 


58 




Field Goal 


3-PolntFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


10-24 


,417 


3-8 


,500 


3-8 




.375 




2nd Half 


13-37 


,351 


4-10 


,400 


2-2 




1,00 




Game 


23-61 


,377 


7-16 


.438 


5-10 




,500 




Wolfpai;k 


min FG 3-FG FT 


R 


F A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Evtmov 


32 2-7 


2-6 4-4 


6 


2 3 







2 


10 


Bennemian 


32 3-11 


2-5 3-6 


5 


1 4 










11 


Alsur 


25 1-6 


1-5 W 


3 


3 







1 


3 


Bethel 


38 5-10 


5-9 2-2 


7 


4 4 







2 


17 


Simmons 


32 1-5 


M 4-6 


6 


2 




3 


2 


6 


Grant 


25 2-7 


1-1 1-2 


5 







1 


1 


6 


Brackman 


16 3-9 


1-2 2-3 


6 


1 




2 





9 


Team 






4 












Totals 


200 17-55 12-28 16-23 


42 


12 12 


14 


6 


8 


62 




Field Goal 


3-PolnlFG 




Free Throw 




IslHalf 


8-31 


258 


4-14 


.286 


5-9 




,556 




2nd Half 


9-24 


,375 


8-14 


.571 


11-14 




.786 




Game 


17-55 


,309 


12-28 


.429 


16-23 




.696 




Officials Ted Valentine. Jim Burr, John Cahill 


Technicals, None 


Attendance: 19.722 


Score By Periods 


1st 


2nd 


Final 










MARYLAND 




26 


32 


58 










NC State 




25 


37 


62 










VIRGINIA 












Game #22 

65 


RV/RV MARYLAND 










76 



Feb, 7, 2006- College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK. Md. (AP) - Gary Williams became the vnnningest men's 
basketball coach in University of Maryland history, earning win No 349 by 
guiding Ihe Terrapins to a comeback victory over Virginia, 

Maryland (15-7. 5-4) yielded Ihe first 13 points of Ihe game and trailed 51- 
42 with just over 1 minutes left before rallying to give Williams his milestone 
victory, 

Williams is 349-1 85 since taking over the program at his alma mater in 
1989, With 43 seconds left, the sellout crowd of 1 7.950 began to shout "Garyi 
Gary!" in unison He broke the mark of 348 set by Charies lefty" Driesell, 

Soon after, when he was presented the game ball by team captain Nik 
Caner-Medley, Williams was neariy overcome by emotion as he conducted 
his postgame radio interview, 

D,J, Strawbeny had a career-high 19 points and Ekene Ibekwe had 14 
points and a career-high 1 5 rebounds for Ihe Terrapins, who yielded only two 
baskets in the final five minutes, 

J.R, Reynolds and Sean Singletary each scored 18 points, and Jason 
Cain had 11 points and 13 rebounds for Virginia (11-9. 5-5), 

It was 60-all before Ibekwe made a layup and Mike Jones hit a 3-pointer 
to spart( a 9-0 run that enabled the Ten'apins lo pull away Maryland has won 
five straight over Virginia and 1 2 of 1 3 at home. 

The Cavaliers led 5142 before successive baskets by Travis Garrison, 
James Gist and Ibekwe preceded a 3-pointer by Strawberry that brought the 
Terrapins even with 8 minutes left, the first tie since Ihe opening tip 

After a Virginia misfire, Ibekwe got the rebound and was fouled. He sank 
both free throws to give Ihe Terrapins their first lead, 53-51 

The Cavaliers went back on top before Strawberry hit a 3-poinler for a 
56-55 lead Jones then missed a breakaway reverse dunk, and Singletary 
nailed a 3-pointer for Virginia before Strawberry scored lo tie it at 58, 

Minutes later, the Terrapins pulled away. 

Virginia held a 26-14 rebounding advantage at halftime. grabbing 10 on 
the offensive end. and limited Maryland to 31 percent shooting in taking a 
38-30 lead at the break. 



Cavaliers 


min FG 3-FG 


n 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Joseph 


37 3-10 


2-7 


0-0 


6 





3 


2 








8 


Cain 


35 2-3 


0-0 


7-7 


13 







2 


1 





11 


Soroye 


17 0-0 


0-0 


M 


2 







1 


1 


1 





ReynoMs 


27 6-20 


4-11 


2-2 


2 




2 


3 








18 


Sinjletary 


37 6-19 


3-8 


34 


6 




2 


5 





1 


18 


Mikalauskas 


28 3-5 


0-0 


2-3 


5 







2 


1 





8 


Campbell 


3 0-0 


0-0 


M 






















Diane 


16 14 


0-3 


0-0 


5 




3 


1 








2 


Forkin 


Ot 0-0 


0-fl 


00 























Team 








5 














Totals 


200 21-61 


9-29 14-16 


44 


20 


10 


16 


3 


2 


65 




Field Goa 




3-PolntFG 




Free Throw 




IslHalf 


12-29 


414 


5-14 




357 


9-10 




900 




2nd Half 


9-32 


.28 




4-15 




267 


5-6 




.833 




Game 


21-61 


.344 


9-29 




310 


14-16 




.875 




Terps 


min FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Caner-Med 


32 3-10 


0-2 


44 


3 


1 


2 


3 





1 


10 


Ibekwe 


28 5-9 


0-0 


4-5 


15 


3 





2 




1 


14 


Gist 


30 2-8 


M 


34 


2 


1 


4 


1 







7 


Strawberry 


35 6-13 


2-6 


5-5 


4 


2 


3 


1 







19 


Jones 


34 5-14 


3-8 


2-2 


4 


2 


2 


1 







15 


Gamson 


19 4-8 


0-1 


1-2 


6 


2 


2 










9 


Ledbetter 


11 0-2 


0-1 


00 





2 


2 








1 





Brown 


8 M 


0-0 


2-2 


1 


1 


2 











2 


Bowers 


3 0-0 


0-0 


M 





2 

















Team 








2 














Totals 


200 25« 


5-18 21-24 


37 


16 


17 


8 


7 


3 


76 




Field Goa 




3-PointFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


10-32 


.31 




1-9 




.111 


9-11 




.818 




2nd Half 


15-32 


.46 




4-9 




444 


12-13 




.923 




Game 


2504 


.39 




5-18 




278 


21-24 




.875 




Officials: Ted Valentine. Roger Ayers. Mike Stuart 


Technicals: None 


Attendance: 17.950 (sellout) 


Score By Periods 


Is 




2nd 


Final 










Virginia 




3f 




27 




65 










MARYLAND 




3( 




46 




76 










#2/2 DUKE 
















Game #23 
96 


RV/RV MARYLAND, 












88 



TP I 



Feb. 11,2006- College Park, Md, 
Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK. Md, (AP) - Shelden Williams had 26 points and 13 
rebounds, and J J, Redick scored 35 points for the second straight game, 
and No, 2 Duke never trailed in a 96-88 victory. 

The Blue Devils (23-1 , 1 1 -0 ACC) were swept by the Terrapins last season 
and had lost three of their last four at Maryland, 

Williams went 10-for-15 from Ihe field, and Redick made four 3-poirilers 
and was 1 3-for-14 at the free throw line, Duke connected 1 1 times from beyond 
the arc, Maryland made only four, 

Nik Caner-Medley scored 22 points and James Gist had 13 points and 
10 rebounds for Ihe Terrapins (15-8, 5-5), 

Duke opened both halves with 1 14 mns. The first one enabled Ihe Blue 
Devils lo take control eariy. and Ihe latter provided Duke with an 1 1 -point lead 
after Maryland closed to 42-38 at halftime 

Redick. who had 35 points in the win at North Carolina on Tuesday began 
the second half with a 3-pointer and Williams added a layup. It was 4942 
before a jumper by Redick and a dunk by Williams put Ihe Blue Devils up by 
11, 

Maryland spent the rest of the game trying to close the gap But every 
time the Ten-apins made progress - raising the noise level of the sellout crowd 
- Duke had an answer. 

It was 64-54 before Williams made a layup and Redick sank a 3 for a 
15-poinl lead. Then, after the Ten'apins closed lo 83-75, Sean Dockery hit a 
3-pointer for the Blue Devils. 

Maryland never cut the gap below seven points after that. 

Before the game, Gary Williams was recognized as the winningest men's 
basketball coach in Maryland history during a ceremony that included the man 
whose record he broke. Lefty Driesell 

Williams then set out to earn his 350th win with his alma mater. 



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2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACCXHAMPIONS"" 



27 SPORTS 



'Devils 


min FG 3.FG H 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


McRoberts 


24 0^ 04) 2-5 


12 


4 


2 


2 








2 


Williams 


34 10-15 M 6-7 


13 


3 


1 


4 


7 


2 


26 


Paulus 


38 5-8 4-5 2-2 





2 


7 


5 





1 


16 


Redick 


39 9-19 4-10 13-14 





2 


4 


2 





1 


35 


Dockery 


22 4-7 34 4-4 





3 


1 








1 


15 


Podus 


0* 0^ M M 























MelcfiionnI 


17 0-2 0-1 W) 


6 


4 











1 





Nelson 


21 1-4 M M 


6 


2 


1 


2 








2 


Boykin 


0* 0-0 M M 





1 

















Johnson 


5 0* M M 











1 


1 








Team 




4 














Totals 


200 2M1 11-23 27-32 


41 


21 


16 


16 


8 


6 


96 




rieldGoal 


3^ointFG 




'ree Throw 




1st Half 


14-31 .452 


6-11 




545 


8-11 




.727 




2nilHalf 


15-30 .500 


5-12 




417 


19-21 




.905 




Game 


29*1 .475 


11-23 




478 


27-32 




.844 




Terps 


min FG 3^G FT 


R 






TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Gist 


26 6-16 M 1-3 


10 






2 


2 


2 


13 


Caner-Med 


39 8-17 1-1 M 


8 






2 








22 


Ibekwe 


27 3-7 M M 


6 






4 


1 


1 


9 


Strawtieny 


33 4-11 1-3 J4 


2 






2 








12 


Jones 


28 3-9 14 4-5 


7 












1 


11 


Garrison 


10 W M 2-3 


3 









2 





8 


Ledbetler 


20 3-5 1-1 M 


1 






1 








7 


Brown 


8 1-1 Ml 2-2 










2 








4 


Bowers 


9 1-1 OO frO 





1 














2 


Team 




2 














Totals 


200 32-71 4-9 2fr31 


39 


24 


14 


13 


5 


4 


88 




Field Goal 


3J>ointFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


15-33 .455 


0-3 




000 


8-12 




.667 




2nilHalf 


17-38 447 


4-6 




667 


12-19 




.632 




Game 


32-71 ,451 


4-9 




444 


2fr31 




.645 




Officials Mike Kitts. Ray Styons. Mike Wood 


Technicals: None 


Attendance 17,950 (seltout) 


Score By Periods 1st 


2nd 


Final 










Duke 


42 


54 




96 










MARYLAND 


38 


50 




88 










MARYLAND 












Game #24 

77 



CLEMSON 

Feb. 14, 2006 ■ Clemson, S.C. 
Littlejohn Coliseum 



89 



CLEMSON. S C. (AP) - Shawan Robinson, starting in place of injured point 
guard Vemon Hamilton, had a season-higli 24 points as Clemson earned a 
89-77 victory over Maryland. 

Robinson had live 3-pointers, including one dunng a 22-3 second-half 
run as the Tigers (15-10, 4-8 ACC) took control 

The chances of the Tigers continuing their v»inning ways against the Terps 
(15-9,5-6) took a hit before the game began 

But Robinson showed he was up to the challenge. His four 3-pointers in the 
first half help Clemson sun/ive Maryland's 58 percent shooting perfomiance 
the f rst 20 minutes 

Then Robinson continued Clemson's game^iianging nin with his outside 
shooting 

D J. Strawbeny's bucket with 17:24 gave Maryland its last lead 5049 

K.C Rivers started the Tgers ran, then Robinson followed with his long- 
range shot. 

Cliff Hammonds and Akin AkJngbala added four points each and Rivers 
made another 3 When Troy Mathis drilled an open shot from behind the arc, 
Clemson was up 71-53 with 10:06 to go. 

The Terps weren't through. After going neariy seven minutes vdthout a 
basket, Maryland used an 13-2 njn to cut Clemson's lead to 73-66 

That was as dose as the Terps could get. Sam Penv had a jam and Rivers 
a dnving shot to put the Tigers back up by double digits 

Hammonds had 17 points and Akingbala had 14 points and 13 rebounds 
for the Tigers. 

Nik Caner-Medley led Maryland with 21 points, eight of those came In 
the second half He also had 12 rebounds 

Mike Jones had 19 points, including four of the Tetps' six threes. 



Terps 


min FG 3^G 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


W 


Gist 


34 U 


M 


24 




3 


1 




2 


1 


8 


Caner-Med 


38 7-13 


14 


6* 


12 


1 


1 




1 





21 


IlKkwe 


15 56 


0^ 


M 




3 







1 





10 


SlrawtKny 


30 4-11 


1-2 


1-2 




3 


1 







2 


10 


Jones 


25 6-10 


4-7 


34 




1 










2 


19 


Gamson 


16 2-7 


0-1 


0-2 




3 


1 




2 


1 


4 


Ledlietter 


15 04 


0-2 


0-0 




5 


1 







1 





Brown 


21 0-1 


0-1 


a 




2 


6 







1 


5 


Bowers 


6 W) 


M 


00 




1 

















Team 






















Totals 


200 27-58 


6-17 17-26 


41 


22 


11 


26 


6 


8 


77 





Field Goal 


3J'olntFG 




"ree Throw 




1st Half 


17-29 


586 


3-6 


500 


6-10 




.600 




2nd Half 


10-29 


.345 


3-11 


.273 


11-16 




.688 




Game 


27-58 


.466 


6-17 


.353 


17-26 




.654 




Tigers 


min FG 


3^G FT 


R F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Rivers 


34 3-11 


2-6 2-2 


3 3 


2 


1 


2 


5 


10 


Sykes 


7 M 


M M 




















Akingbala 


29 4-9 


M 6-11 


13 2 


2 


3 


2 




14 


Roliinson 


37 6-14 


5-10 7-8 


3 3 


5 


5 







24 


Hammonds 


35 6-12 


2-6 34 


2 


3 


4 







17 


Allen 


12 34 


M 1-2 


5 1 








1 




7 


Malhis 


9 24 


2-3 M 


1 2 





2 







6 


Peny 


26 1-6 


M M 


4 4 





1 


2 




8 


Powell 


11 1-3 


1-3 M 


1 4 


1 


3 







3 


Team 






5 












Totals 


200 2663 12-28 25-33 


37 19 


13 


19 


7 


15 


89 




Field Goal 


3-PolntFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


15-36 


.417 


7-19 


.368 


6-9 




.667 




2nd Half 


11-27 


.407 


5-9 


.556 


19-24 




.792 




Game 


2663 


.413 


12-28 


.429 


25-33 




.758 




Officials: Ted Valentine, Tom Eades. Michael Kitts 


Technicals, None 


Attendance: 7,600 


Score By Periods 


1st 


2nd 


'inal 










MARYLAND 




43 


34 


77 










Clemson 




43 


46 


89 










GEORGIA TECH 










Game #25 

84 


IMARYLAND 












87 



Feb. 18, 2006- College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK. Md, (AP) - Ekene Ibekwe scored five of his 14 points 
in overtme. convertng a key three-point play dunng a deasive 8-0 ran in 
Maryland's 87-84 victory over Georgia Tech 

Mike Jones scored 21 points, James Gist added 12 points and a career- 
high 12 rebounds and D.J Strawbeny had 12 points for Maryland (16-9, 6-6 
ACC) which had lost two straighl and five of six 

Ra Sean Dickey led Georgia Tech (10-14, 3-10) with 23 points, and Zam 
Frednck added 17. 

Gary Williams won his 350th game as the Tenapins' coach. 

Dickeys baseline jumper at the start of overtime put Tech up 80-78. but 
Maryland reeled off the next eight points 

After Ibekwe hit a foul shot for an 81-80 lead with 3:16 remaining in 
overtime, he drew a charge from the Yellow Jackets' Jeremis Smith on the 
inbound play 

On the ensuing possession. Ibekwe loped through the lane for a dnving 
dunk, sinking a fi'ee throw for a three-point play after being fouled 

The Terrapins hald a 5041 second-half lead, rallied to take a 73-69 
advantage on Jones' 3-poinler from the left comer with 5:15 left, thfen let 
Georgia Tech te the game five times dunng the remainder of regulation, the 
last on Smith's free throw with 39 2 seconds left 

Nik Caner-Medley's dnve with 4 seconds left was blocked by Dickey, but 
Jones returned the favor at the other end of the court, swatting away Frednck's 
nghl-side jumper at the buzzer to force overtime. 

Maryland shot 58 percent fi'om the field in the first half and closed the half 
on an 8-2 ran for a 38-35 lead Gist started the burst, converting a Pamsh 
Brown pass for a hi/o-handed slam, and Caner-Medley finished it with two 
free throws 



Jackets 


min FG 3-FG 


F! 


R 




A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Tan/er 


7 0-1 M 


M 


2 



















Dickey 


42 8-18 M 


7-10 


6 




1 


1 


4 


2 


23 


West 


24 46 1-1 


2-3 


2 




6 


2 





3 


11 


Morrow 


39 4-16 2-10 


1-1 


4 




2 


1 


1 


2 


11 


Clin* 


30 4-11 2-3 


2-2 


6 




1 


4 





3 


12 


Bell 


23 14 0-2 


M 


3 




1 


3 


2 


1 


2 


Smith 


a a M 


24 


9 







2 








8 


Frednck 


29 6-11 1-5 


44 







4 


2 





2 


17 


Aminu 


8 M M 


M 


1 




















Team 






2 






1 








Totals 


225 30-73 6-21 18-24 


35 


27 


15 


16 


7 


13 


84 




Field Goal 


3-PolntFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


15-33 .455 


2-9 




222 


3-5 




.600 




2nd Half 


13-32 .406 


4-8 




500 


13-17 




.765 




Overtime 


2-8 .250 


04 




000 


2-2 




1.00 




Game 


30-73 411 


6-21 




286 


18-24 




.750 





Terps 


min FG 3-FG FT 


R F A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Caner-Med 


42 3-11 


1-1 34 


3 1 3 


1 





1 


10 


Ibekwe 


32 5^ 


M 4-10 


10 4 2 


5 


2 





14 


Gist 


34 46 


M A4 


12 4 2 


3 





1 


12 


Strawbeny 


44 3-7 


0-2 M 


5 2 6 


5 


1 


4 


12 


Jones 


29 8-10 


2-2 M 


1 5 


5 


1 





21 


Gamson 


15 36 


M M 


1 3 


1 








6 


Ledbctter 


22 2-3 


1-1 44 


5 2 4 


2 








9 


Brown 


7 1-1 


M 1-1 


1 1 3 


4 








3 


Bowers 


0* M 


00 0-0 

















Team 






2 










Totals 


225 29-52 


4*25-34 


40 22 20 


26 


4 


6 


87 




Field Goal 


3-PointFG 




=rM Throw 




1st Half 


14-24 


,583 


34 ,750 


7-10 




.700 




2nd Half 


14-23 


,609 


1-2 ,500 


11-15 




.733 




Overtime 


1-5 


.200 


0-0 .000 


7-9 




.778 




Game 


29-52 


.558 


4* .667 


25-34 




.735 




Officials Bryan Kersey Jamie Luckie. Duke Edsall 


Technicals None 


Attendance 


7.950 (sellout) 












Score By Periods 


1st 


2nd OT 


Final 








Georgia Tech 




35 


43 6 


84 








MARYLAND 




38 


40 9 


87 








Game #26 

MARYLAND 










60 


FLORIDA STATE 










71 



Feb. 22, 2006 • Tallahassee, Fla. 
Tucker Center 

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -Al Thornton scored 27 points and grabbed 12 
rebounds as Flonda State defeated Maryland to keep Its NCAA postseason 
hopes alive. 

Flonda Slate ( 1 7-7, 7-6 ACC) jumped to an 1 1 -4 lead and stayed in control 
throughout. 

Thornton's 10 points and eight rebounds led Flonda State to a 37-27 
haltlime lead, although the Seminoles were up by as many as 14. 

Maryland (16-10, 6-7) pulled within six at 37-31 early in the second half, 
but Thornton keyed 2 1 -7 Flonda State ran that put the Seminoles into a 58-38 
lead midway through the final half. 

The 6-foot-7 Thornton hit 10 of 15 shots from the field and made both 
of his 3-point tnes. Isaiah Swann joined Thornton in double figures with 12 
points. 

Flonda States win was its seventh in league play this season, its most 
conference victories in 13 seasons. 

Nik Caner-Medley led Maryland with 19 points and Ekene Ibekitre added 
15. 

Flonda States Alexander Johnson, who had had five double-doubles in 
his last seven games, played just two minutes in the first half because of foul 
trouble but finished with nine points and seven rebounds. 



Terps 


min FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 




A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Caner-Mc«l 


38 7-16 


2-5 


3-3 


3 




1 


1 





1 


19 


Ibekwe 


26 5-11 


1-1 


2-2 


8 




1 


6 


1 





15 


Gist 


11 1-1 


M 


0* 










1 





1 


2 


Strawberry 


36 1-5 


0-1 


4* 


8 




5 


3 


1 





6 


Jones 


22 1-7 


0-2 


00 


3 







1 





2 


2 


Gartson 


27 2-5 


0-1 


0-2 


5 







1 


2 


1 


4 


Ledbetter 


19 14 


0-1 


00 







3 


2 








2 


Bn}wn 


7 M 


M 


2-2 







2 


3 








2 


Bowers 


14 3-5 


M 


2-5 


1 
















8 


Team 








3 














Totals 


200 22-54 


3-11 13-20 


31 


23 


12 


18 


4 


5 


60 




Field Goal 


3-PointFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


8-26 


.308 


1-5 




200 


10-14 




714 




2nd Half 


14-28 


.500 


2-6 




333 


36 




.500 




Game 


22-54 


.407 


3-11 




m 


13-20 




.650 




'Notes 


min FG 3^G 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Thornton 


39 10-15 


2-2 


M 


12 


1 


1 


1 





1 


27 


Johnson 


20 1-5 


1-1 


2-2 


7 


3 





3 


1 





9 


Swann 


28 3-7 


14 


5-7 


2 


3 


4 


2 


1 


2 


12 


Galkway 


28 1-3 


1-2 


1-3 


2 


2 


3 


4 





1 


4 


Rich 


21 3-10 


0-1 


M 


1 


3 


3 


2 








6 


Mims 


11 14 


0-1 


1-2 


3 


1 


1 


1 





2 


3 


Allen 


11 2-3 


1-1' 


2-3 




















7 


Brecden 


3 0-1 


M 


M 


1 


1 





1 











Wilson 


17 04 


04 


M 


1 





1 














Romero 


12 0* 


M 


00 


2 


3 





1 





1 





Echelu 


10 1-2 


1-1 


0-1 


2 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 


3 


Team 








4 






1 








Totals 


200 24-54 


7-17 16-27 


37 


20 


14 


17 


3 


8 


71 




Field Goal 


3J>olntFG 




'ree Throw 




1st Half 


11-25 


.440 


6-14 




429 


9-16 




.563 




2nd Half 


13-29 


.448 


1-3 




333 


7-11 




.636 




Game 


24-54 


.444 


7-17 




412 


16-27 




.593 





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2006-07 MARYLAND 
.MEN'S BASKETBALL 



Offiaals LanyRose 


Roger Ayeis. Duke Edsall 






Technicals: Nwie 


Anendance: 8.751 


Score By Periods 




1st 2nd 


Final 




MARYLAND 




27 33 


60 




Flonda State 




37 34 


71 




MARYLAND 






Game #27 

57 



Game #28 

61 

65 



81 



#21/21 NORTH CAROUWA 

Feb. 26. 2006 • Chapel Hill, N.C. 
Dean E. Smitli Center 



CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) • Tyler Hansbrough scored 21 points to help No. 
21 North Carolina continue its climb in the Atlantic Coast Conference with a 
victory over Maryland 

The Tar Heels (19-6. 10-4 ACC) helped solidify their hold on second 
place in the conference behind No. 1 Duke and clinch a first-round bye in 
Uie conference tournament. 

North Carolina shot 4 1 percent from the (eld - the first time in five games 
it failed to make at least 50 percent. 

David Noel and Marcus Ginyard added 12 each for the Tar Heels 

For the Terrapins (16-11. 6-8), Ekene Ibekwe had 12 points and Mike 
Jones added 11. 

Ginyard's 3-pointer midway through tlie first half gave North Carolina a 
' 0-point lead for the first time, and the margin grew. It was 46-28 soon after 
halftime before Maryland found some offense, as Jones swished a 3, Travis 
Gamson tumed a tumover into a layup and James Gist made a jumper 

The margin still was 1 1 following a dunk by Nik Caner-Medley, and that's 
when the Tar Heels began pulling away 

Noel scored on consecutive possessions and reserve Byron Sanders 
tipped in a miss by Danny Green to make it 54-39. A fast-break jumper by 
Quentin Thomas continued what eventually became a 15-6 njn, finished off 
when Ginyard put back a miss by Noel. 

Hansbrough continued his efforts to become the first freshman in school 
history to lead the team in sconng and rebounding. He scored at least 20 
points for the 11lh time this season. 



Terps 


min 


FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Caner-Med 


31 


3-16 


0-2 


44 


6 


2 


3 


1 


1 


1 


10 


Ibekwe 


22 


4-9 


0^ 


4^ 


5 


2 








1 





12 


Gist 


31 


2-7 


0^ 


34 


7 


3 


2 


3 


2 


1 




Jones 


27 


4-14 


1-6 


2-2 


6 


2 


2 


3 


2 


1 


11 


StrawtKiry 


34 


2-7 


1-1 


44 


6 


4 


4 


5 


1 


2 




Boweis 


17 


1-5 


0-0 


M 


1 


4 





1 


3 







Ledtetler 


20 


1-4 


M 


0-0 


4 


2 


1 


4 





1 




Garrison 


9 


2-4 


M 


0-2 


2 


2 











1 




Brown 


6 


0-1 


M 


frO 


2 





1 














Chukura 


2 


0^ 


M 


0-2 

















1 





Neal 


1 


0-1 


0-1 


W) 























Team 6 


Totals 


200 1M8 


2-10 17-24 


45 


21 


13 


17 


10 


8 


57 






Field Goal 


3-PointFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


10-37 


.270 


0-5 




000 


4^ 




.667 




2nd Half 


9-31 


,290 


2-5 




400 


13-18 




.722 




Game 


1948 


.279 


2-10 




200 


17-24 




.708 




'Heels 


min 


FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 




TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Noel 


36 


5-10 


0-3 


2-2 


7 


2 




2 





3 


12 


Terry 


20 


2-9 


2-3 


1-2 


7 


4 




3 





1 


7 


Hansbrough 


27 


8-18 


M 


5^ 


7 


3 




2 





2 


21 


Miller 


22 


2-3 


2-3 


M 


3 







1 





1 


6 


Frasor 


25 


2-8 


2-4 


M 


3 


2 




1 


1 


3 


6 


Green 


16 


0-5 


0-1 


1-2 


4 


4 




2 


3 





1 


SandeiB 


11 


1-2 


M 


00 


4 







1 








2 


Ginyanl 


18 


4-8 


1-1 


34 


2 


2 




1 





2 


12 


Thomas 


13 


3-5 


M 


1-2 


2 







2 








7 


Copeland 


4 


2-2 


M 


1-2 


4 


1 














5 


Burke 


2 


0-1 


0-1 


M 























Wilkins 


2 


Ml 


0^ 


M 











1 











Wood 


2 


0-1 


0-0 


00 


2 


1 

















Robinson 


2 


1-1 


(M 


frO 


1 

















2 


Team 










8 






1 








Totals 


200 30-73 


7-16 14-22 


54 


19 


21 


17 


4 


12 


81 






Field Goal 


34'ointFG 




■ree Throw 




1st Half 


14-37 


.378 


5-11 




455 


8-10 




.800 




2nd Half 


18-36 


,444 


2-5 




400 


6-12 




.500 




Game 


30-73 


411 


7-16 




438 


14-22 




.636 




Officials Reggie Grcenviood, Tom Lopes, Brian Dorsey 


Technicals: None 


Attendance: 21,750 


Score By Periods 




1st 


2nd 


Final 










MARYLAND 






24 


33 




57 










No* Carolina 




41 


40 




81 











MIAMI 

MARYLAND 

March 1,2006- College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 



COLLEGE PARK, Md (AP) - Nik Caner-Medley scored 18 points, and 
Maryland used a solid peifomiance at the foul line to rally past Miami. 

Ttie Tenapins made only nine baskets in the second half but went 1 6-for-20 
at the foul line and finished 23-for-28. Miami, in contrast, made only eight free 
throws in 13 attempts. 

Mike Jones made all six of his foul shots and scored 1 5 points, and Ekene 
Ibekwe had nine points and 11 rebounds for Maryland (17-11 , 7-8 ACC) The 
Terrapins trailed by seven late in the second half before storming back 

Robert Hite scored 1 8 points and Guillemio Diaz had 1 7 for the Hurricanes 
(15-13, 7-8). 

After Caner-Medley made two free throws to tie it at 57 with 3:09 left, 
neither team scored again until Maryland's James Gist hit a fadeaway jumper 
in the lane with 50 seconds remaining Anthony Hams then made one of two 
free throws for Miami, and the Humcanes sent Sterling Ledbetter to the line 
with 28 seconds to go 

Ledbetter made the first and missed the second, but Miami couldn't control 
the rebound D.J Sttawbeny sank a free throw to put Maryland up by three, 
and Diaz had a 3-point try deflected before Ibekwe made the second of two 
free throws for a 62-58 lead with 13 9 seconds left. 

Hite followed with a 3-pointer, and after Ledbetter made two foul shots 
with 5.9 seconds left. Diaz was fouled before he had a chance to tie it He 
missed both free throws, the second intentionally, but the Hurricanes couldn't 
get the rebound. 

The Tenapins never trailed in the first half and reached the break with a 
30-29 lead. 

Maryland coach Gary Williams started the squad's three seniors in their 
final regular season home game, and each contributed in the opening eight 
minutes Caner-Medley scored 1 1 points on 4-for-4 shooting, and Travis Gar- 
nson and Ledbetter botti had baskets to stake Maryland to a 21-13 lead 



MARYLAND^ 
VIRGINIA 



Game #29 

^71 

70 



'Canes 


min FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


King 


31 2-5 


0-0 


M 


11 


2 


1 


1 


2 


1 


4 


Hamilton 


26 2-3 


0-0 


0-1 


7 










2 





4 


Hams 


28 3-7 


2-3 


34 


3 




4 


4 








11 


Diaz 


37 5-17 


3-9 


4-6 


3 







3 


1 


2 


17 


Hite 


35 8-16 


2-5 


0-0 


3 




4 


2 





2 


18 


Graham 


7 0-2 


M 


0-0 


3 







1 











Clemente 


15 3* 


0-2 


M 







1 


1 





1 


6 


Asbury 


5 0-1 


M 


0-0 











1 











Hicks 


16 0-2 


M 


t-2 


3 


2 





1 





1 


1 


Team 1 1 


Totels 


200 23-59 


7-19 


8-13 


33 


22 


10 


15 


5 


7 


61 




Field Goal 


3-PointFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


12-30 


400 


3-11 




273 


2-2 




1.00 




2nd Half 


11-29 


.379 


4-8 




500 


6-11 




.545 




Game 


23-59 


.390 


7-19 




368 


8-13 




.615 




Terps 


min FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Caner-Med 


38 6-10 


1-3 


50 


3 


3 







1 


2 


18 


Gamson 


18 2-5 


O-O 


4-4 


6 


1 










1 


8 


Strawberry 


34 1-4 


0-2 


24 


5 


4 


2 










4 


Ledbetter 


13 1-1 


0-0 


34 








1 










5 


Jones 


34 4-14 


1-7 


M 


2 


2 


4 







1 


15 


Gist 


22 3-5 


M 


OO 


4 


4 







2 





6 


Brown 


8 0-1 


0-1 


O-O 






















Ibekwe 


29 3-9 


M 


34 


11 


3 







3 





9 


Bowere 


4 0-1 


M 


00 








1 













Team 








6 














ToQIs 


200 20-50 


2-13 23-28 


37 


17 


8 


20 


6 


4 


65 




Field Goa 




34>ointFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


11-28 


.39 




1-8 




125 


7-8 




.875 




2nd Half 


9-22 


.40 




1-5 




200 


16-20 




.800 




Game 


20-50 


.40 




2-13 




154 


23-28 




.821 




Officials: Les 


ie Jones. Duke Edsall, Mike Wood 














Technicals Miami - Hrte, Bendi 


Attendance 17.950 (sellout) 


Score By Periods 


1s 




2nd 


Final 










Miami 




2 




32 




61 










MARYLAND 




3( 




35 




65 











March 5, 2006 • Charlottesville, Va. 
University Hall 

CHARLOHESVILLE. Va (AP) - Maryland's Mike Jones made a 3-pointer 
with 1:11 remaining and J.R Reynolds missed a 3-pointer that would have won 
it for Virginia at the buzzer as the Terrapins won the final game at University 
Hall. 

Maryland (18-11, 8-8 ACC) got a needed victory and earned the No 6 
seed in the ACC Tourney 

The Cavaliers (14-13, 7-9), coming off consecutive blowout road losses, 
made a huge rally, but failed to win in the final game in 4 1 seasons at University 
Hall. 

Nik Caner-Medley led Maryland with 16 points and, more importantly, 
made all 12 of his free throws on a day 

Caner-Medley made four of them in the final 3: 1 1 . each time allowing the 
Terps to pull back to even moments after Virginia had taken its first lead of 
the half 

Then Jones calmly pulled up to the left of the key, let fly with the go- 
ahead shot and the Cavaliers were unable to find one more comeback. Sean 
Singlelary had a shot blocked by James Gist, then failed to inbound the ball, 
drawing a 5-second violation. 

After Maryland's D.J. Strawberry was called for a charge at the other end, 
the Cavaliers inbounded the ball with 22 seconds to play, worised the ball to 
Reynolds and he look a contested 3-point fi-om nghl of the key, but the ball 
missed badly 

Reynolds led Virginia with 30 points Ekene Ebekwe and Jones each 
added 13 for the Terrapins. 

The Cavaliers trailed most of the way, but took their first lead of the 
second half at 66-64 on Singletary's fallaway 15-footer with 3:53 to play. 
Caner-Medley made a pair of free throws before Reynolds scored on a dnve. 
and Caner-Medley made two again. 

Reynolds took control with Singlelary on the bench with four fouls in the 
second half. He scored 12 points dunng a 30-12 nin that lasted more than 
nine minutes, turning a 50-32 ninaway for Maryland into a 62-all deadlock 
with six minutes to play 

Maryland led 36-27 at halftime and opened the second half with a 14-5 



Terps 


min FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 




TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Caner-Med 


27 2-9 


0-1 12-12 


4 


3 















Ibekwe 


32 6-10 


OO 


10 


5 


3 




2 


3 


1 




Gist 


19 2-3 


OO 


M 


5 


3 




3 


2 







Strawberry 


33 4.8 


0-1 


OO 





3 




3 





3 




Jones 


29 5-10 


3-7 


00 


7 


3 




2 





1 




Gamson 


23 3-5 


0-1 


1-2 


5 


3 




1 


4 







Ledbetter 


22 2-3 


0-1 


0-2 


3 


1 




1 





1 




Brown 


10 1-3 


1-1 


34 


2 


1 















Bowers 


5 0^ 


0-0 


00 
















1 





Team 








2 














Totals 


200 25-51 


4-12 17-26 


33 


20 


21 


12 


9 


7 


71 




Field Goa 




3-PointFG 




Free Throw 




IstHalf 


14-26 


.53! 




3-9 




333 


H 




.625 




2nd Half 


11-25 


.44 




1-3 




333 


12-18 




.667 




Game 


25-51 


.49 




4-12 




333 


17-26 




.654 




Cavaliers 


min FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 




A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Cain 


39 2-8 


04) 


5-9 


11 




1 


3 


2 


2 


9 


Soroye 


19 0-1 


OO 


OO 


3 










1 








Reynolds 


32 10-19 


4-9 


60 


3 




2 


1 








30 


Campbell 


13 2-2 


2-2 


OO 


1 













1 


6 


Singlelary 


21 3-12 


0-2 


2-3 


2 




1 


3 








8 


Mikalauskas 


22 14 


00 


2-2 


3 







1 








4 


Bannister 


16 0-2 


0-1 


OO 


2 




5 


2 











Diane 


23 ^6 


14 


2-2 


3 




1 


2 


2 


1 


9 


Joseph 


15 2-7 


0-3 


04) 


4 





1 











4 


Team 








8 














Totals 


200 2303 


7-21 17-24 


40 


18 


11 


12 


5 


4 


70 




Field Goa 




3-PointFG 




Free Throw 




IstHalf 


9-30 


30t 




3-11 




273 


6-11 




545 




2nd Half 


14-33 


.42-1 




4-10 




400 


11-13 




.846 




Game 


2303 


.36! 




7-21 




333 


17-24 




.708 




Officials: Karl Hess, Jamie Luckie, Jim Burr 


Technicals: None 


Anendance: 8,392 


Score By Periods 


Is 




2nd 


Final 










MARYLAND 




36 




35 




71 










Virgin^ 




27 




43 




70 











^tfe- 




2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACOXHAMPIONS*" 



27 SPORT 



GEORGIA TECH 
MARYLAND 



Game #30 
64 



Game #31 

66 



82 



March 9, 2006- Greensboro, N,C. 
Greensboro Coliseum • ACC-lst Round 

GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) - Nik Caner-Medley had 20 points and Mike 
Jones added 19 to help Maryland improve its postseason chances with an 
easy 82-64 victory over Georgia Tech in the opening round of the Atlantic 
Coast Conference tournament. 

D J Strawberry finished with 15 points and seven assists for the sixth- 
seeded Terrapins (19-11), 

Ra'Sean Dickey had 17 points and 1 2 rebounds for the 1 1th-seeded Yellow 
Jackets (11-17), and teammate Anthony Morrow also scored 17 points 

Maryland dominated from the start in large part to its stingy defense The 
Yellow Jackets missed 14 of their first 18 shots and 16 of their first 26 to fall 
behind by double figures eariy, and the numbers included four air balls 

After Zam Frederick's jumper tied it at 7. the Tertapins took off on a 16-2 
run, highlighted by seven consecutive points from Caner-Medley He swished 
a 3-pointer, got in the lane for another basket and curted around a screen to 
score again to make it 14-9. 

It quickly got worse for Georgia Tech. D.J Strawberry converted a three- 
point play Ekene Ibekwe made a shot from nght outside the lane and Jones 
dunked off an assist from Strawbeny for a 12-point lead Ibekwe posted 
up to complete the dominating spurt, and the Yellow Jackets never fully 
recovered 

Ibekwe got the second half started with a dunk off a nifty lob pass from 
Strawberry, and before long, the Terrapins had 10 unanswered points. II was 
52-27 at that point. 



'Jackete 


min FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Smith 


20 2-5 


M 


2-5 


4 


4 





1 





2 


6 


Dickey 


33 5-9 


M 


7-11 


12 


4 


1 


4 


4 


2 


17 


West 


33 2-8 


M 


to 





4 


2 


1 





6 


4 


Morrow 


26 6-15 


3-7 


2-2 


6 


4 


1 


2 





1 


17 


Clinch 


26 2-10 


0-4 


0-2 


3 


5 


5 


3 








4 


Bell 


17 2-7 


1-2 


M 


1 


1 





2 








5 


Diaw 


1 M 


M 


0-0 























Fredhck 


20 3^ 


0-2 


M 


1 


2 


3 


1 





1 


6 


Aminu 


14 2-4 


M 


1-1 


5 











1 





5 


Tan/er 


10 0-3 


M 


W 


2 


1 








1 


1 





Team 








2 














Totals 


200 24-69 


4-15 12-21 


36 


25 


12 


14 


6 


13 


64 




Field Goal 


3-PolntFG 




-reeThrvw 




1st Half 


11-33 


.333 


1-8 




125 


4-9 




444 




2nd Half 


13-36 


.361 


3-7 




429 


8-12 




.667 




Game 


24^9 


.348 


4-15 




.267 


12-21 




.571 




Terps 


min FG ifO 


FT 


R 


F 




TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Caner-Med 


33 7-10 


2-2 


4* 


9 







4 




2 


20 


IlKkwe 


14 M 


M 


0^1 


6 


5 




1 







10 


Gist 


20 2-5 


M 


M 


6 


5 




3 




1 


4 


Strawberry 


34 a 


0-1 


9-10 




1 




2 




3 


15 


Jones 


30 8-15 


3-7 


M 














2 


19 


Garrison 


13 1-4 


0-0 


2-3 




3 




2 







4 


Ledlwtler 


22 0-3 


0-1 


5^ 




2 




2 








5 


Brown 


10 0-2 


M 


M 




1 




3 











Bowers 


21 2-3 


M 


1-2 


2 


3 





1 


1 


1 


5 


Chukura 


1 W) 


(M 


(M 























Neal 


2 M 


M 


0^1 























Team 








3 






1 








Totals 


200 28-54 


5-11 21-27 


45 


20 


19 


19 


9 


9 


82 




Field Goal 




3-Polnl FG 




Free Throw 






1st Half 


16-30 


.533 


U 




.500 


6-8 




.750 




2nd Half 


12-24 


.500 


1-3 




.333 


15-19 




.789 




Game 


28-54 


.519 


5-11 




.455 


21-27 




.778 




Officials: Karl Hess, Gary 


Maxwell, Curtis Player 












Technicals: None 


Attendance: 23,745 


Score By Periods 


1st 


2nd 




Final 










Georgia Tech 




27 


37 




64 










MARYLAND 




42 


40 




82 











MARYLAND 

#11/11 BOS TON COLLEGE 

March 10, 2006 • Greensboro, N.C. 
Greensboro Coliseum • ACC Quarterfinals 



GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) - Craig Smith had 21 points, 1 5 rebounds and 
seven assists to lead No. 1 1 Boston College past Maryland in the quarterfinals 
of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament. 

Tyrese Riceadded19pointsandJared Dudley had18 for the third-seeded 
Eagles (25-6) James Gist scored 14 points for the sixth-seeded Tenapins 
(19-12). 

The win allowed Boston College to avenge a 73-71 loss at Maryland in 
lis league debut, which was part of an 0-3 start in its new conference The 
Eagles led throughout this time, scoring 19 of the game's first 21 points and 
taking a 21 -point lead midway through the first half 

Boston College roared to leads of 1 9-2 and 22-4 before going ahead 27-6 
on a jumper from Akida McLain off a feed fi'om Smith with about 9 minutes 
left in the half. 

Maryland shot just 7-for-29 (24 percent) in the opening half, while Boston 
College shot 50 percent and had 12 assists on 14 baskets. The Eagles also 
went 5-for-8 from 3-point range in the half. 

The lead grew to 59-35 on a njnner by Rice with 121/2 minutes left before 
the Terrapins closed the margin to 14 points three times in the final minutes 
Maryland made its best push with a 1 0-0 run to close to 61 -47 on free throws 
by Gist with 7:31 left, but Boston College answered with two free throws from 
Rice and a tip-in by Dudley to push it back to 18 



MANHATTAN 



Game #32 

87 



80 MARYLAND 



84 



Terps 


min FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 




TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Gist 


28 5-10 


M 


4-7 


5 


1 




4 


3 


2 


14 


Caner-Med 


21 3-9 


0-1 


frO 


5 







1 








6 


Ibekwe 


29 14 


W 


4-7 


3 


3 




2 


2 





6 




33 2-9 


2-3 


4* 


6 


5 




1 





1 


10 


Jones 


31 5-11 


14 


to 


4 


4 




1 





2 


11 


Gamson 


8 2-3 


0-1 


to 


2 


2 







1 





4 


Ledbetter 


21 14 


0-1 


M 


5 


3 




1 





1 


2 


Brown 


15 3^ 


2-2 


2-2 


5 


2 




1 








10 


Bowers 


14 1-5 


IM 


1-1 





3 







1 





3 


Team 








3 














Totals 


200 23« 


5-12 15-23 


38 


23 


13 


11 


7 


6 


66 




Field Goal 


3-PolnlF6 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


7-29 


.241 


0-3 




000 


8-12 




667 




2nd Half 


1M7 


.432 


5-9 




556 


7-11 




636 




Game 


23« 


.348 


5-12 




417 


15-23 




,652 




Eagles 


min FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Smith 


40 7-11 


M 


7-8 


15 


3 


7 


1 





3 


21 


Dudley 


34 7-12 


2-2 


24 


6 


3 


2 


2 





1 


18 


Gates 


16 14 


1-3 


to 


2 


4 


1 


2 








3 


Hinnant 


38 0-5 


0-2 


1-2 


4 


2 


7 











1 


Maishall 


25 6^ 


2-2 


to 


4 


1 


3 


3 


1 


1 


14 


Haynes 


4 0-1 


M 


1-2 




















1 


Rice 


23 4-7 


24 


9-10 


1 





1 


3 





1 


19 


MdJin 


8 1-3 


M 


to 


3 


2 














2 


Williams 


12 0-1 


M 


1-2 


3 


4 





2 


2 





1 


Team 








2 














Totals 


200 26-52 


7-13 21-28 


40 


19 


21 


13 


3 


6 


80 




Field Goal 


3-PointFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


14-28 


.500 


5^ 




.625 


8-12 




.667 




ZndHalf 


12-24 


.500 


2-5 




400 


13-16 




.813 




Game 


26-52 


.500 


7-13 




538 


21-28 




.750 




Officials: Mike Wood, Lany Rose, Ray 


4atili 














Technicals None 


Attendance, 23,745 


Score By Periods 


1st 


2nd 




Tnal 










MARYLAND 




22 


44 




66 










Boston College 


41 


39 




60 











March 18, 2006- College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center • Postseason NIT 1st Round 

COLLEGE PARK, Md, (AP) - Jeff Xavier scored a career-high 31 points, 
Jason Wingate added 21, and Manhattan eliminated Maryland from the 
NIT 

The Jaspers (20-10) led by 14 v»ith 13 minutes left, then had four players 
foul out. But Manhattan overcame that to end Maryland's 29-game non-confer- 
ence home winning streak. 

Wingate missed the front end of three straight one-and-one opportunities 
down the stretch before seldom-used sophomore Franck Traore sank two free 
throws with 32 seconds left to make it 84-79 

Manhattan, the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference regular-season 
champion, opened the NIT with an 80-77 win over Fairieigh Dickinson. 

Xavier scored 18 first-half points to give the Jaspers a 47-37 lead, 

Travis Gamson scored 21 points in his final game with Maryland and 
senior Nik Caner-Medley added 16 on 6-for-16 shooting 

Xavier went 12-for-24 from the field, made four 3-pointers and sank all 
three of his foul shots in topping his previous career high of 25 points. 

The Terps opened the second half with a 6-0 njn to close to 4743 before 
Xavier scored eight points in a 144 surge that made it 6147, 

It was 75-65 before a 3-pointer by Mike Jones and a layup by Caner- 
Medley got the Tenapins within five points with 5:42 to go. Xavier followed with 
a three-point play to ignite a 7-0 njn that gave the Jaspers enough breathing 
room to weather Maryland's comeback bid. 

The Terrapins missed their first four shots, then built a 12-8 lead before 
Wingate scored seven points in a 17-3 spurt that put Manhattan up by 10. 

Manhattan led 32-30 before Caner-Medley received a foul and a technical 
foul - his third personal. Wingate made the two technical free throws, and 
Xavier added two foul shots to end a 9-0 njn. 



Jaspers 


min FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Ngamdi 


15 t2 


to 


to 


3 


5 


1 





1 


1 





Dubois 


26 5-11 


0-0 


2-2 


5 


5 





1 


2 


1 


12 


Xavier 


38 12-24 


4-11 


3-3 


8 


3 





5 





6 


31 


Wingate 


38 5-10 


3-5 


8-13 


3 


1 


3 


3 





3 


21 


Austin 


25 1-6 


0-3 


1-2 


2 


5 


2 





2 





3 


Lee 


4 0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





1 

















Minor 


34 5-9 


24 


tl 


4 


1 


4 


3 





3 


12 


Johnson 


19 3-5 


to 


to 


6 


5 





2 








6 


Traore 


1 to 


to 


2-2 


2 

















2 


Team 








2 














Totals 


200 31-67 


9-23 16-23 


35 


26 


10 


14 


5 


14 


87 




Field Goal 


3-PointFG 




Free Throw 




1st Half 


16-33 


.485 


7-14 




500 


til 




,727 




2nd Half 


15-34 


.441 


2-9 




222 


8-12 




,667 




Game 


31-67 


.463 


9-23 




391 


16-23 




.6% 




Terps 


min FG 3-FG 


FT 


R 




A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Caner-Med 


30 6-16 


1-3 


3-3 


8 




4 


5 





3 


16 


Ibekwe 


31 6-10 


M 


3-7 


10 




1 


1 





2 


15 


Gist 


21 24 


M 


5-8 


8 




2 





5 





9 


Strawberry 


38 4-14 


t4 


24 


3 




3 


7 


1 


1 


10 


Jones 


29 3-10 


2-5 


34 


2 







3 


1 


1 


11 


Gamson 


19 7-13 


to 


7-8 


12 




1 


1 








21 


Ledbetter 


8 tl 


to 


to 


1 




1 


1 











Brown 


19 tl 


tl 


2-2 


3 




5 


2 





1 


2 


Bowers 


4 tl 


to 


M 


2 




















Chukura 


1 tl 


to 


0-0 


2 


1 

















Team 








4 














Totals 


200 28-71 


3-13 25-36 


55 


22 


17 


20 


7 


8 


84 




Field Goal 


3-PointFG 




-ree Throw 




1st Half 


12-36 


333 


1-5 




.200 


12-17 




706 




2nd Half 


16-35 


.457 


2-8 




.250 


13-19 




.684 




Game 


28-71 


.394 


3-13 




.231 


25-36 




.694 




Officials: Glenn Mayborg, Eugene Crawford, Bhan Dorsey 


Tectinicals: MD-Caner-Medley 


Attendance: 4,761 




1st 


2nd 




-|nal 










Manhattan 




47 


40 




87 










MARYLAND 




, 37 


47 




84 

















* • 




*«i*f^-' 




.x 



5^'' 





^t^ 



2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACCXHAMPIONS"' 



27 SPORTS 



YEAR-BY-YEAR FINISHES 



Year 


Overall 
Win Loss 


Pet. 


Final 
Rank 


Home 


Away 


Neu. 


Conference 
Win Loss Pet. 


Finish 


Conference Tourn. 
Win Loss Finish 


Coach 


Postseason 


1904-05 





2 


.000 


























1910-11 


3 


9 


.250 




2-3 


1-6 




















1913-14 





16 


.000 




0-5 


0-11 




















1918-19 


1 


5 


.167 




0-0 


0-0 


1-5 


















1923-24 


5 


7 


.417 




3-6 


1-0 


1-1 


1 


2 


.333 


11th 


1 1 


Quarterfinals 


H. Burton Shipley 




1924-25 


12 


5 


.706 




7-2 


4-2 


1-1 


3 


1 


.750 


4th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




1925-26 


14 


3 


.824 




10-1 


4-1 


0-1 


7 


1 


.875 


4th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




1926-27 


10 


10 


.500 




7-2 


3-7 


0-1 


6 


4 


.600 


9th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




1927-28 


14 


4 


.778 




11-0 


34 




8 


1 


.889 


4th 


DNP 




H. Burton Shipley 




1928-29 


7 


9 


.438 




3-5 


4-3 


0-1 


2 


5 


.286 


21st 


1 


First Round 


H, Burton Shipley 




1929-30 


16 


6 


.727 




10-3 


6-2 


0-1 


9 


5 


.643 


10th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




1930-31 


18 


4 


.818 




10-2 


4-2 


4-0 


8 


1 


.889 


2nd 


2 


Champions 


H. Burton Shipley 




1931-32 


16 


4 


.800 




11-1 


5-2 


0-1 


9 


1 


.900 


Tist 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




1932-33 


11 


9 


.550 




10-2 


1-6 


0-1 


7 


3 


.700 


3rd 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




1933-34 


11 


8 


.579 




94 


2-3 


0-1 


6 


1 


.857 


3rd 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




1934-35 


8 


10 


.444 




6-8 


2-2 




4 


3 


.571 


5th 


DNP 




H. Burton Shipley 




1935-36 


14 


6 


.700 




9'-3 


4-2 


1-1 


4 


3 


.571 


4th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


H. Burton Shipley 




1936-37 


8 


12 


.400 




74 


1-7 


0-1 


5 


8 


.385 


TlOth 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




1937-38 


15 


9 


.625 




10-3 


4-5 


1-1 


6 


4 


.600 


7th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


H. Burton Shipley 




1938-39 


15 


9 


.625 




9-2 


4-6 


2-1 


8 


3 


.727 


T2nd 


2 1 


Finals 


H. Burton Shipley 




1939-40 


14 


9 


.609 




9-2 


4-6 


1-1 


7 


5 


.583 


5th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


H. Burton Shipley 




1940-41 


1 


21 


.045 




1-10 


0-11 







13 


.000 


15th 


DNP 




H. Burton Shipley 




194142 


7 


15 


.318 




4-5 


3-10 




3 


8 


.273 


T12th 


DNP 




H. Burton Shipley 




194243 


8 


8 


.500 




5-3 


3-5 




5 


5 


.500 


9th 


DNP 




H. Burton Shipley 




1943-44 


4 


14 


.222 




3-6 


1-7 


0-1 


2 


1 


.667 


4th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




194445 


2 


14 


.125 




1-5 


1-8 


0-1 


2 


5 


.286 


9th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




194546 


9 


12 


.429 




84 


1-7 


0-1 


5 


4 


.556 


5th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




194647 


14 


10 


.583 




9-3 


5-6 


0-1 


9 


5 


.643 


5th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




194748 


11 


14 


.444 




64 


5-9 


0-1 


9 


7 


.563 


4th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




194849 


9 


18 


.333 




4-5 


5-11 


0-2 


8 


7 


.533 


8th 


1 


First Round 


Flucie Stewart 




1949-50 


7 


18 


.280 




6-6 


1-12 




5 


13 


.278 


13th 


DNP 




Flucie Stewart 




1950-51 


16 


11 


.593 




10-3 


5-7 


1-1 


11 


8 


.579 


8th 


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 


.652 




8-2 


6-5 


1-1 


12 


3 


.800 


T2nd 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 




1953-54 


23 


7 


.767 


t201INRl 


9-2 


114 


3-1 


7 


2 


.778 


2nd 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 




1954-55 


17 


7 


.708 




7-2 


74 


3-1 


10 


4 


.714 


3rd 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1955-56 


14 


10 


.583 




9-5 


54 


0-1 


7 


7 


.500 


5th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1956-57 


16 


10 


.615 




8-2 


5-6 


3-2 


9 


5 


.643 


2nd 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 




1957-58 


22 


7 


.759 


[61 [61 


10-1 


64 


6-2 


9 


5 


.643 


4th 


3 


Champions 


Bud Millikan 


NCAA Elite Eight (2-1) 


1958-59 


10 


13 


.435 




7-3 


2-8 


1-2 


7 


7 


.500 


T3rd 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1959-60 


15 


8 


.652 




8-2 


7-5 


0-1 


9 


5 


.643 


3rd 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1960-61 


14 


12 


.538 




9-2 


3-8 


2-2 


6 


8 


.750 


5th 


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 


3-6 


0-1 


4 


10 


.286 


T6th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1963-64 


9 


17 


.346 




54 


2-10 


2-3 


5 


9 


.357 


6th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1964-65 


18 


8 


.692 




9-3 


74 


2-1 


10 


4 


.714 


T2nd 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 




1965-66 


14 


11 


.560 




7-3 


5-7 


2-1 


7 


7 


.500 


5th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1966-67 


11 


14 


.440 




5-5 


4-8 


2-1 


5 


9 


.357 


T5th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1967-68 


8 


IB 


.333 




7-3 


1-11 


0-2 


4 


10 


.286 


6th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Frank Fellows 




1968-69 


8 


18 


.308 




4-6 


3-10 


1-2 


2 


12 


.143 


T7th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Frank Fellows 




1969-70 


13 


13 


.500 




104 


3-7 


0-2 


5 


9 


.357 


6th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Lefty Driesell 




1970-71 


14 


1? 


.538 




114 


3-7 


0-1 


5 


9 


.357 


T6th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Lefty Dhesell 




1971-72 


27 


5 


.844 


1141 [111 


14-0 


74 


6-1 


8 


4 


.667 


T2nd 


2 1 


Finals 


Lefty Driesell 


NIT Champions (4-0) 


1972-73 


23 


7 


.767 


[811101 


12-1 


84 


3-2 


7 


5 


.583 


3rd 


2 1 


Finals 


Lefty Driesell 


NCAA Elite Eiqht (1-1) 


1973-74 


23 


5 


.821 


[41141 


12-1 


7-3 


4-1 


9 


3 


.750 


T2nd 


2 1 


Finals 


Lefty Driesell 




1974-75 


24 


5 


.828 


151 151 


12-2 


10-1 


2-2 


10 


2 


.833 


1st 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Lefty Driesell 


NCAA Elite Eiqht (2-1) 


1975-76 


22 


6 


.786 


11111131 


13-2 


8-3 


1-1 


7 


5 


.583 


T2nd 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Lefty Driesell 




1976-77 


19 


8 


.704 




154 


3-3 


1-1 


7 


5 


.583 


4th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Lefty Driesell 




1977-78 


15 


13 


.536 




104 


1-8 


4-1 


3 


9 


.250 


6th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Lefty Driesell 




1978-79 


19 


11 


.633 




124 


44 


3-3 


6 


6 


.500 


4th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Lefty Driesell 


NIT Second Round (1-1) 


1979-80 


24 


7 


.774 


181181 


16-0 


44 


4-3 


11 


3 


.786 


1st 


2 1 


Finals 


Lefty Driesell 


NCAASweet16(1-1) 


1980-81 


21 


10 


.677 


[181(111 


12-3 


5-5 


4-2 


8 


6 


.571 


4th 


2 1 


Finals 


Lefty Driesell 


NCAASecond Round (1-1) 



*'l 






t:«.t' 









2006-07 MAR 



COACHING HISTORY 



H. BURTON 
SHIPLEY 

1923-24 to 1946-47 
24 seasons 

Overall: 243-199 (.550) 
SC; 124-91 (.577) 



FLUCIE 
STEWART 

1947-48 to 1949-50 
3 seasons 

Overall: 27-48 (.360) 
SC: 22-27 (.468) 



BUD 
MILLIKAN 

1950-51 to 1966-67 
17 seasons 

Overall: 243-182 (572) 
SC/ACC: 130-109(544) 



FRANK 
FELLOWS 

1967-6810 1968-69 
2 seasons 

Overall: 16-34 (.320) 
ACC: 6-22 (.214) 



CHARLES 

"LEFTY" 

DRIESELL 

1969-70 to 1985-86 
17 seasons 

Overall: 348-159 (.686) 
ACC: 122-100(550) 



BOB 
WADE 

1986-87 to 1988-89 
3 seasons 

Overall: 36-50 (.419) 
ACC: 7-35(167) 



ARENA HISTORY 



Year 


Overall 
Win Loss 


Pet. 


Final 
Rank 


Home 


Away 


Neu. 


Conference 
Win Loss Pet. 


Finish 


Conference Tourn. 
Win Loss Finish 


Coach 


Postseason 


1981-82 


16 


13 


,551 




13-3 


2-8 


1-2 


5 


9 


.357 


5th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Leitv Driesell 


NIT Second Round (2-1) 


1982-83 


20 


in 


,667 




14-3 


5-4 


1-3 


8 


6 


.571 


T3rd 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Leftv Driesell 


NCAASecond Round (1-1) 


1983-84 


24 


8 


.750 


[1111101 


13-2 


6-4 


5-2 


9 


5 


.643 


2nd 


3 


Champions 


Leftv Driesell 


NCAASweet16(1-1) 


1984-85 


25 


12 


.676 




14-2 


7-6 


44 


8 


6 


.571 


T4th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Leftv Driesell 


NCAASweet16(2-1) 


1985-86 


19 


14 


.576 




10-5 


6-7 


3-2 


6 


8 


.429 


6th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Leftv Driesell 


NCAASecond Round (1-1) 


1986-87 


9 


17 


.346 




8-8 


1-8 


0-1 





14 


.000 


8th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Bob Wade 




1987-88 


18 


13 


.581 




84 


6-7 


4-2 


6 


8 


.429 


5th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Bob Wade 


NCAASecond Round (1-1) 


1988-89 


9 


20 


.310 




5-9 


0-10 


4-1 


1 


13 


.071 


8th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Bob Wade 




1989-90 


19 


14 


.576 




12-4 


3-6 


44 


6 


8 


.429 


T5th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Gary 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 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Gary Williams 




1992-93 


12 


16 


.429 




8-7 


2-8 


2-1 


2 


14 


.125 


8th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Gary Williams 




1993-94 


18 


12 


.600 


fNRl[201 


10-3 


4-6 


4-3 


8 


8 


.500 


T4th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Gary Williams 


NCAASweet16(2-1) 


1994-95 


26 


8 


.765 


[101(111 


16-0 


44 


64 


12 


4 


.750 


Tist 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Gary Williams 


NCAASweet16(2-1) 


1995-96 


17 


13 


.567 




11-3 


3-5 


3-5 


8 


8 


.500 


T4th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Garv Williams 


NCAA First Round (0-1) 


1996-97 


21 


11 


.656 


[22HNR1 


11-3 


54 


54 


9 


7 


.562 


T4th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Gary Williams 


NCAA First Round (0-1) 


1997-98 


21 
28 


11 
6 


.656 
.824 


[201(151 


12-2 


3-5 


64 


10 


6 


.625 


3rd 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Garv Williams 


NCAASweet16(2-1) 


1998-99 


(51181 


13-1 


7-3 


8-2 


13 


3 


.813 


2nd 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Gary Williams 


NCAASweet16(2-1) 


1999-00 


25 


10 


.714 


[171 [251 


15-1 


4-5 


64 


11 


5 


.688 


2nd 


2 1 


Finals 


Gary Williams 


NCAASecond Round (1-1) 


2000-01 


25 


11 


.694 


1111141 


11-3 


6-3 


8-5 


10 


6 


.625 


3rd 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Garv Williams 


NCAA Final Four (4-1) 


2001-02 


32 


4 


.889 


(41(11 


15-0 


7-2 


10-2 


15 


1 


.838 


1st 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Garv Williams 


NCAA CHAMPIONS (6-0) 


2002-03 


21 


10 


.667 


(171(101 


14-2 


44 


34 


11 


5 


.688 


T2nd 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Garv Williams 


NCAASweet16(2-1) 


2003-04 


20 


12 


.625 


(191(241 


124 


4-5 


4-3 


7 


9 


.438 


6th 


3 


Champions 


Garv Williams 


NCAASecond Round (1-1) 


2004-05 


19 


13 


.594 




15-3 


2-7 


2-3 


7 


9 


.438 


T6th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


GaryWillliams 


NIT Semifinals (3-1) 


2005-06 


19 


13 


.594 




14-3 


2-7 


3-3 


8 


8 


.500 


6th 


1 1 


Quarterfinals 


Garv Williams 


NIT First Round (0-1) 


11/(1 indicates final ranldnqs 


nAP and Coaches Polls 
























GARY 
WILLIAMS 

1989-90 to Present 
17 seasons 

Overall: 353-191 (649) 
ACC: 147-121 (.549) 




THE GYMNASIUM 

1923-24 TO 1930-31 

Ail-Time Record: 61-21 (8) 

H Burton Shipley 161-21 in 8 seasons) 



RITCHIE COLISEUM COLE FIELD HOUSE COMCAST CENTER 

1 93 1 -32 TO 1 954-55 1 955-56 TO 200 1 -02 

Ail-Time Record: 169-90 (24) All-Time Record: 476-1 51 (47) 

H Burton Shipley (111-65 in 16 seasons) Bud Millikan (86-42 in 12 seasons) 

Flucie Stewart (16-15 in 3 seasons) Frank Fellows (11-9 in 2 seasons) 

Bud Millikan (42-10 in 5 seasons) Charles lefty" Dnesell (21344 in 17 seasons) 

Bob Wade (21-21 in 3 seasons) 

Gary VWilliams (155-35 in 13 seasons) 



2002-03 TO PRESENT 

All-Time Record; 55-12 (4) 

Gary Williams (55-12 in 4 seasons) 



^is- 




2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACCXHAMPIONS"" 



27 SPORT 



ALL-TIME IN THE AP POLL 



MARYLAND WEEK-BY-WEEK IN ASSOCIATED PRESS POLLS 



194M9 




-Not Ranked- 


































1949-50 




-Not Ranked- 


































1950-51 




-Not Ranked- 


































1951-52 




-Nol Ranked- 


































1952-53 




-NolRanked- 


































1953-54 


D8 


D15 


022 


029 


J5 


J12 


J19 

14 


J26 

13 


F2 

13 


F9 

11 


F16 

11 


F23 

11 


M2 

17 


M9 

14 


M23 

20 










1954-55 


D7 


D14 


021 


028 


J4 

11 


J11 

11 


J18 

6 


J25 

8 


F1 
12 


F8 

11 


F15 

11 


F22 

17 


Ml 

18 


M8 












1955-56 




-Ndl Ranked- 


































1956-57 




-NdlRanked- 


































1957-58 


D10 


D17 

6 


024 

6 


031 

7 


J7 

11 


J14 

8 


J21 

6 


J28 

9 


F4 
8 


F11 

9 


F18 

14 


F25 

17 


M4 

17 


M11 

6 












1958-59 




-NolRankcd- 


































1959^0 




-NolRanked- 


































1960-61 


D13 

12 


D20 


027 


J3 


J10 


J17 


J24 


J31 


F7 


F14 


F21 


F28 


M7 














1961-62 




-NolRanked- 


































1962-63 




-Nol Ranked- 


































1963-64 




-Nol Ranked- 


































1964-65 




-Nol Ranked- 


































196M6 




-Nol Ranked- 


































196M7 




-NolRanked- 


































1967-66 




-Not Ranked- 


































1968-69 




-Nol Ranked- 


































1969-70 




-NolRanked- 


































1970-71 




-NotRankcd- 


































1971-72 


PS 
6 


D7 

5 


014 

15 


021 

15 


028 

16 


J4 

12 


J11 


J18 


J25 

18 


F1 


F8 


F15 

19 


F22 

12 


F29 

18 


M7 

13 


M14 

14 








1972-73 


PS 

3 


D5 

3 


012 

3 


019 

2 


026 

2 


J2 

2 


J9 
2 


J16 
3 


J23 

4 


J30 

3 


F6 

9 


F13 

10 


F20 

8 


F27 

9 


M6 

10 


M13 
8 








1973-74 


PS 

4 


D4 

4 


Oil 

4 


018 
2 


025 

2 


J2 

3 


J8 

3 


J15 
4 


J22 

5 


J29 

6 


F5 

7 


F12 

6 


F19 
5 


F26 

5 


M5 

4 


M12 

4 


M19 

4 


M27 

4 




1974-75 


PS 

4 


D3 

4 


010 

5 


017 

5 


024 

5 


031 

7 


J7 
5 


J14 

5 


J21 

3 


J28 

8 


F4 

4 


F11 

3 


F18 

3 


F25 

2 


M4 

2 


Mil 

4 


Ml 8 

4 


M2S 

5 


A2 

5 


1975-76 


PS 

3 


02 

2 


09 

2 


016 
2 


023 
2 


030 

2 


J6 
2 


J13 

2 


J20 

2 


J27 

7 


F3 

5 


F10 

4 


F17 

7 


F24 

10 


M2 

9 


M9 

12 


M16 
11 






1976-77 


PS 

8 


N30 

16 


07 

17 


014 

14 


021 

15 


028 

16 


J4 

15 


J11 

14 


JIB 

13 


J25 


F1 


F8 


F15 


F22 


Ml 


M8 


MIS 






1977-78 


PS 
14 


N29 

14 


06 

12 


013 

18 


O20 

20 


027 

14 


J3 

15 


J10 


J17 


J24 


J31 


F7 


F14 


F21 


F28 


M6 


Ml 3 






1978-79 


PS 


N28 

19 


05 

19 


012 


019 


026 


J3 
20 


J9 


J16 

19 


J23 


J30 
17 


F6 


F13 


F20 


F27 


M6 


M13 






197940 


PS 


04 


Oil 


018 


026 


J2 


J8 


J15 


J22 

15 


m 

12 


F5 

7 


F12 
3 


F19 

9 


F26 

7 


M4 

8 










198M1 


PS 

4 


02 

4 


09 

4 


016 

9 


023 

9 


030 

9 


J6 
8 


J13 

10 


J20 

10 


J27 

14 


F3 

13 


F10 
19 


F17 
20 


F24 

17 


M3 

20 


M10 

18 








1981-82 




-NotRanked- 


































1982-83 




-NolRanked- 


































1983-84 


PS 

8 


N29 

6 


06 

11 


013 

9 


020 

8 


027 

6 


J3 

5 


J10 

5 


J17 

7 


J24 

5 


J31 

10 


F7 

13 


F14 


F21 


F28 

19 


M6 

14 


M13 

11 






1984-85 


PS 


N27 


04 


Oil 


018 


025 


J1 

19 


J8 


J1S 


J22 


J29 

17 


F5 
20 


F12 

20 


F19 


F26 


M5 


M12 






198M6 


PS 

19 


N26 

17 


03 


D10 


017 


024 


031 


J7 


J14 


J21 


J28 


F4 


F11 


F18 


F2S 


M4 


Mil 






198M7 




-NotRanked- 


































1987-88 




-NolRanked- 


































198M9 




-NolRanked- 


































1989-90 




-NotRanked- 


































1990-91 




-NolRanked- 


































1991-92 




-Nol Ranked- 


































1992-93 




-No! Ranked- 


































1993-94 


PS 


N22 


N29 


06 


013 


020 


027 


J3 


J10 


J17 
25 


J24 

18 


J31 
21 


F7 


F14 


F21 


F28 


M7 


M14 




1994-95 


PS 

7 


N21 

7 


N28 

11 


OS 

11 


012 

12 


019 

11 


026 

9 


J3 

7 


J10 

9 


J17 

8 


J24 

8 


J31 

5 


F6 

8 


F13 

7 


F20 

7 


F27 

6 


M6 

10 


M13 

10 




1995-96 


PS 

15 


N20 

14 


N27 

19 


04 

20 


Oil 


018 


025 


J2 


J9 


J16 


J22 


J29 


F5 


F12 


F19 


F26 


M4 


M11 




1996-97 


PS 


N19 


N2S 


02 


09 


016 

25 


023 

21 


O30 

19 


J6 

19 


J13 

11 


J20 

7 


J27 

5 


F3 
7 


F10 

10 


F17 

14 


F24 

16 


M3 

22 


M10 

22 




1997-98 


PS 


N16 


N23 
24 


D1 

23 


08 

19 


015 

22 


022 

20 


029 

20 


J4 


J11 


J18 


J25 

23 


F2 

25 


F9 

24 


F16 

25 


F23 


Ml 
21 


M6 

20 




1998-99 


PS 

6 


N15 

6 


N22 

5 


N29 

2 


07 

2 


014 

5 


021 

5 


028 

4 


J4 

5 


J11 

5 


J18 

4 


J25 

4 


F1 

7 


F8 

7 


F15 

5 


F22 

5 


Ml 
5 


M8 
5 




1999-00 


PS 


N15 


N22 

24 


N29 
24 


06 

21 


013 

16 


D20 

17 


027 

14 


J3 

12 


J10 
18 


J17 
24 


J24 

22 


J30 

25 


F7 
23 


F14 

22 


F21 

19 


F28 

17 


M6 
20 


M13 

17 


2000-01 


PS 

5 


N13 

6 


N20 

6 


N27 

13 


04 

19 


Oil 
20 


018 

20 


025 

18 


J1 

17 


J8 

14 


J15 

12 


J22 

8 


J29 

9 


F5 

13 


F12 

17 


F19 

20 


F26 

16 


M5 

11 


M12 

11 


2001-02 


PS 

2 


N19 

6 


N26 

5 


03 
3 


010 

3 


017 
2 


024 

8 


031 

8 


J7 
4 


J14 

3 


J21 
3 


J28 

3 


F4 

3 


F11 
3 


F18 
2 


F25 

2 


M4 

2 


Mil 

4 




2002-03 


PS 
13 


N18 
12 


N2S 

11 


02 

9 


D9 

18 


016 

24 


023 
23 


030 

22 


J6 
21 


J13 

17 


J20 

12 


J27 

10 


F3 

8 


F10 

16 


F17 

13 


F24 

14 


M3 

13 


M10 

14 


M17 

17 


2003-04 


PS 


N17 


N24 


01 


08 


015 

22 


022 

24 


029 


JS 


J12 


J19 


J26 


F2 


F9 


F16 


F23 


Ml 


M8 


M15 

19 


200445 


PS 

15 


N22 

13 


N29 

12 


06 

23 


013 

23 


D20 

24 


027 

24 


J3 

22 


J10 

RV 


J17 

RV 


J24 

RV 


J31 

22 


F7 

RV 


F14 

22 


F21 

RV 


F28 

RV 


M7 






200546 


PS 

24 


N14 

24 


N21 
23 


N28 

23 


05 

21 


012 

17 


019 

16 


026 
16 


J2 

14 


J9 

23 


J16 
22 


J23 

18 


J30 
RV 


F6 

RV 


F13 


F20 


F27 


M6 


M13 



Note A total of 26 teams have been ranked No. 2 at least once in all-bme AP polls, that have never been ranked No 1 Mafytand leads the way with 23 No 2 rankings without ever reaching No 1 
A listing Maryland 23, Louisville 15, Wake Forest 10, Purdue 10, Dayton 7, St Bonaventure 7, UTEP 4. Auburn 3, Flonda State 3, California 3, Minnesota 3, Louisiana State 2: NYU 2; Pittsburgh 
2, St Joseph's 2; Utah 2, Villanova 2, Clemsonl, Davidson I.Long Island I.Pennsylvania 1, Santa Clara 1;Sout^em California 1, SMU I.Vanderbitt I.Washington. 



MARYLAND IN 
FINAL POLLS 



Year 


APRank 


Coaches Rank 


1954 


20 


NR 


1958 


6 


6 


1972 


14 


11 


1973 


6 


10 


1974 


4 


4 


1975 


5 


5 


1976 


11 


13 


1980 


8 


8 


1981 


18 


11 


1984 


11 


10 


1994 


NR 


20 


1995 


10 


11 


1997 


22 


NR 


1998 


20 


15 


1999 


5 


8 


2000 


17 


25 


2001 


11 


4 


2002 


4 


1 


2003 


17 


10 


2004 


19 


24 



AP POLL HISTORY 

The Assodaled Press (AP) has maintained its poll consistently since 
Itie 194849 season. The poll consisted of just 10 teams between 
the 1960-61 and 1967-68 seasons, and was expanded to include 25 

teams since the 1989-90 season. 

PollOebul:Jan 19. 1954(No. 14) 

Total Polls Ail-Time: 333 

Most Consecutive Polls 79 (Feb 15. 1972 to Jan 18, 1977) 

Current Consecutive Polls, 

Total Years In The AP Poll 30 

Most Consecutive Years 13 (1992-93 to present) 

Current Consecutive Years: 13 

Total Appearances lnAPFInatPoll.19 

Total Top 10 Rankings In AP Final Poll: 8 

Highest Ranking In AP Final Poll: No. 4 (2002 and 1974) 

Total Polls In AP Top 10 168 

Most Consecutive Polls In AP Top 10: 68 (PS 1972 to March 

2, 1976) 
Current Consecutive Polls In AP Top 10: 
Total Polls In AP Top 5: 92 
Most Consecutive Polls In AP Top 5: 18(Fcb.4, 1975 to Jan. 

20. 1976) 
Current Consecutive Polls In AP Top 5: 



Total Top 10 LisBngs- 

#10 #9 #8 #7 


«6 


#5 


#4 


#3 


#2 


#1 


10 14 19 17 


16 


28 


23 


18 


23 






COACHES POLL 
HISTORY 

Onginated by United Press International (UPI) in the 1950-51 season. 
USA Today has admrnistered the national Coaches Poll since the 
1992-93 season. From 1993-97. it was known as the USAToday/CNN 
Poll. It was the USAToday/NABC Poll in 1998 and 1999 Since 2000. 
it has been the USA Today/ESPN Poll. The poll consisted of 20 teams 

until expanding to 25 teams in 1990-91. 

Poll Oebut: Jan 4, 1955 (No 14) 

Total Polls Ail-Time 306 

Most Consecutive Polls. 70 (Feb 23, 1998 to Dec. 1 , 2003) 

Current Consecutive Polls: 

Total Years In The Coacties Poll: 29 

Most Consecutive Years: 13 (1993-94 to present) 

Current Consecutive Years: 13 

Total Appearances In Coaches Final Poll: 18 

Total Top 10 Rankings In Coaches Final Poll: 10 

Highest Ranking In Coaches Final Poll: No. 1 (2002) 

Total Polls In Coaches Top 10 142 

Most Consecutive Polls In Coaches Top 10 42 (March 13, 1973 

10 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: 11 (Jan. 7. 2002 

10 Final 2002) 
Current Consecutive Polls In Coaches Top 5. 
Total Top 10 Listings— 

010 119 W W 86 «5 #4 #3 #2 m 

12 10 11 21 18 18 20 17 14 1 



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ALL-TIME IN THE COACHES POLL 



WEEK-BY-WEEK IN ALL-TIME COACHES POLLS 



1950-51 




-Not RarkeO- 
























1951-52 




-NolRanked- 
























1952-53 




-NolRanked- 
























1953-54 




•HolRanked- 
























1954^ 


D7 


D14 D21 


D28 


J4 

14 


J11 

14 


J18 

11 


J25 

12 


F1 

14 


FS 
18 


F15 

17 


F22 


Ml 


MB 


1955-56 




-NolRanked- 
























1956-57 




-NolRanked- 
























1957-S! 


DID 


D17 D24 

9 9 


031 

7 


J7 
12 


J14 
7 


J21 

7 


J28 

It 


F4 

10 


F11 

8 


F18 

11 


F25 

15 


M4 

17 


Mil 

6 


1958-59 


09 


D16 023 


O30 


J6 


J13 


J20 


J27 


F3 
16 


F10 


F17 


F24 


M2 


M9 


195M0 




-NotRanked- 
























196(M1 


OS 


013 020 

15 


027 


J3 


J10 


J17 


J24 


J31 


R 


F14 


F21 


F28 


M7 


1961-62 




-NolRanked- 
























1962-63 




-Not Ranked- 
























1963-64 




-NotRanked- 
























I964« 




-NotRanked- 
























196S« 




-NotRanked- 
























196M7 




-NolRanked- 
























1967-68 




-NolRanked- 
























196M9 




-Not Ranked- 
























'969-70 




-NotRanked- 
























1970-71 




-NolRanked- 


























Gary Williams with the Sears Trophy, 
presented annually to ttie NCAA Cham- 
pion and No. 1 ranked team in the USA 
Today/ESPN coaches poll as sponsored 
by the NABC. Williams received the crystal 
trophy at a morning press conference fol- 
lowing the national championship game, 
in downtown Atlanta. 



1971-72 


PS 


07 

5 


014 

15 


021 

13 


028 

14 


J4 

10 


J11 

20 


J18 

15 


J25 

16 


F1 


F8 

17 


F15 
14 


F22 

11 


F29 

13 


M7 
14 


M14 

11 








1972-73 


PS 


05 

3 


D12 

4 


019 

3 


026 

4 


J2 

4 


J9 

2 


J16 
3 


J23 

4 


J30 

3 


F6 

8 


F13 

7 


F20 

9 


F27 

11 


M6 

13 


M13 

10 








1973-74 


PS 


011 

5 


018 

5 


025 

4 


J2 
3 


J8 

3 


J15 
4 


J22 

4 


J29 

6 


F5 

7 


F12 

6 


F19 

6 


F26 

5 


MS 

5 


M12 

4 










1974-75 


PS 


010 

10 


017 

6 


024 

7 


031 

7 


J7 

6 


J14 

6 


J21 

4 


J2B 

8 


F4 

4 


F11 

3 


F18 
3 


F25 

2 


M4 
2 


Mil 

5 










1975-76 


PS 


09 

3 


016 

3 


023 

2 


D30 

2 


J6 

2 


J13 

4 


J20 

3 


J27 

7 


F3 

6 


F10 

4 


F17 

7 


F24 

8 


M2 

8 


M9 

13 










1976-77 


PS 


07 

15 


014 
13 


021 


028 

16 


J4 

18 


J11 


J18 

18 


J25 


F1 


F8 


F15 


F22 


Ml 


MS 










1977-78 


PS 


0« 

12 


013 

18 


O20 

18 


027 

14 


J3 

12 


J10 


J17 


J24 


J31 


F7 


F14 


F21 


F28 


M6 










1978-79 


PS 


012 


019 


026 

20 


J3 

20 


J9 


J16 


J23 


J30 


F6 


F13 


F20 


F27 


M6 












197M0 


PS 


04 


011 


016 


026 


a 


J8 


J15 


J22 

14 


J29 

13 


F5 

5 


F12 

7 


F19 

7 


F26 

7 


M4 

8 










198041 


PS 


09 

4 


016 

9 


023 

9 


O30 

9 


X 

8 


J13 

7 


J20 

7 


J27 

13 


F3 

11 


F10 
16 


F17 


F24 

20 


M3 


M10 

20 










1981-82 




-NotRanked- 


































1982-83 




-NotRanked- 


































1983^ 


PS 


06 

15 


013 

11 


O20 

11 


027 

6 


J3 

6 


J10 

6 


J17 

7 


J24 

5 


J31 

9 


F7 

13 


F14 

17 


F21 


F28 

19 


M6 

14 


M13 

10 








1984-85 


PS 


N27 


04 


Oil 


016 

18 


025 
20 


J1 
16 


J8 


J15 


J22 


J29 

17 


F5 

19 


F12 

19 


F19 

19 


F26 


MS 


M12 






1985« 




-NotRanked- 


































1986^7 




-NotRanked- 


































1987-88 




-NotRanked- 


































1988*9 




-Not Ranked- 


































1989-90 




-NotRanked- 


































1990-91 




-NotRanked- 


































1991-92 




-NotRanked- 


































1992-93 




-NotRanked- 


































1993-94 


PS 


N29 


06 


013 


O20 


027 


J3 


JiO 


J17 


J24 

21 


J31 

21 


F7 


F14 


F21 


F28 


M7 


M14 


AS 

20 




1994-95 


PS 

14 


N28 

10 


OS 

11 


012 

12 


019 

11 


026 

11 


J3 

11 


J10 

13 


J17 
9 


J24 

9 


J31 

8 


F6 

10 


F13 

7 


F20 

7 


F27 
6 


M6 

10 


Ml 3 

10 


A4 

11 




1995-96 


PS 

19 


N20 

14 


N27 

16 


04 

19 


Oil 

24 


018 

25 


025 

24 


J2 


J9 


J16 


J22 


J29 


FS 


F12 


F19 


F26 


M4 


Mil 


A3 


1996-97 


PS 


N19 


N2S 


02 


09 


016 

25 


023 

21 


030 

19 


J6 

19 


J13 

11 


J20 
7 


J27 

5 


F3 

7 


F10 
10 


F17 

14 


F24 

16 


M3 

22 


M10 
22 




1997-98 


PS 

23 


N24 


01 


08 

22 


015 

20 


022 

20 


029 

IB 


J4 


J11 


J18 


J25 

24 


F2 


F9 

25 


F16 


F23 

25 


Ml 

24 


MB 

22 


A1 

15 




1998-99 


PS 

5 


N22 

5 


N29 

2 


07 

2 


014 
5 


021 
5 


028 

4 


J4 
6 


J11 
5 


J18 

4 


J2S 

4 


F1 

6 


FS 

7 


F15 

5 


F22 

5 


Ml 

5 


MB 
5 


M31 

8 




1999^0 


PS 

23 


N22 

22 


N29 

23 


06 

19 


013 

14 


O20 

15 


027 

16 


J3 

15 


JIO 

16 


J17 


J24 

21 


J30 
21 


F7 
22 


F14 

22 


F21 

19 


F28 

19 


M6 

19 


Ml 3 

16 


A3 

25 


2000411 


PS 
7 


N20 
6 


N27 
14 


04 

17 


Oil 

19 


018 
19 


025 

19 


J1 

17 


J8 

16 


J15 

14 


J22 

14 


J29 

10 


F5 
13 


F12 

18 


F19 
20 


F26 

16 


MS 
13 


M12 

11 


A3 

4 


2001-02 


PS 

3 


N12 

6 


N19 

5 


N26 

4 


03 

2 


O10 

2 


017 

2 


024 

6 


031 

6 


J7 

4 


J14 
3 


J21 

3 


J28 

3 


F4 
3 


F11 

3 


Fie 

2 


F25 

2 


M4 

2 


Mil A2 

4 1 


2002-03 


PS 

15 


N2S 

11 


02 

8 


09 

16 


016 

23 


023 

22 


O30 

20 


J6 

17 


J13 
15 


J20 

11 


J27 

9 


F3 
6 


F10 

15 


F17 

13 


F24 
14 


M3 

12 


M10 

15 


M17 

17 


A7 

10 


mv>t 


PS 

25 


N24 

24 


01 

25 


08 


015 


022 

25 


029 


JS 


J12 


J19 


J26 


F2 


F9 


F16 


F23 


Ml 


MS 


MIS 

21 


M27 

24 


20044)5 


PS 

16 


N22 

14 


N29 

12 


06 

17 


013 

19 


020 

21 


027 

24 


J3 

21 


JIO 

RV 


J17 

RV 


J24 


J31 

24 


F7 

RV 


F14 

RV 


F21 

RV 


F28 

RV 


M7 


M13 




20054)6 


PS 
21 


N21 
20 


N28 

20 


05 

17 


012 

17 


019 

16 


026 

14 


J2 
12 


J9 
21 


J16 
22 


J23 
19 


J30 
23 


F6 
RV 


F13 


F20 


F27 


M6 


M13 





NO. 1 TERPS! 

Maryland has been ranked No, 2 a lolal of 37 times 
between the AP and Coaches Polls, but achieved lis 
first and only No, 1 ranking in history on April 2, 2002 
- one day after defeating Indiana for the 2002 NCAA 
Championship. The final AP poll was released prior to 
the NCAA Tournament, thus the No, 1 ranking by USA 
Today/ESPN remains the only poll in which Maryland 
has ever been ranked No. 1. The Temapins' four losses 
in 2002 (Oklahoma, Duke, Arizona, NC State) were all 
on the road to teams ranked in the USA Today/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 previous 
ranking (Records through April 1 , 2002): 



Team 


Points 


Prev. 


1.MARYWND(31)(324) 


775 


4 


2. Kansas (33-4) 


720 


2 


3. Indiana (25-12) 


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 {3U) 


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.Alal)arra(27-8) 


281 


T8 


15. Missouri (24-12) 


272 


NR 


16. Gonzaga (29-4) 


264 


6 


17. Ohio State (24-8) 


237 


12 


18.(tie)Marguette{25-8) 


186 


10 


18. (tie) Texas (22-12) 


186 


NR 


20. UCU^ (21-12) 


170 


NR 


21. Mississippi State (27-8) 


162 


18 


22. Southern Illinois (28-8) 


157 


NR 


23. Florida (22-9) 


140 


14 


24.Xavier(26-6) 


116 


19 


25. NC State (23-11) 


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 Receh/ing Votes: USC 80. Miami, Fla. 
66, Wake Forest 54, Notre Dame 44, Georgia 44, 
Western Kentucky 44, California 35. Oklahoma 
State 31, Stanford 30, Tulsa 20, Wisconsin 17, 
Hawaii 15, Wyoming 11, Texas Tech 8, Memphis 
6, Creighton 5, UNC Wilmington 5, Butler 2. 



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2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACCXHAiyiPIONS"" 



27 SPORTJ 



INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 



SCORING 



Game: 


44 Ernest Graham vs. NC Stale (12-20-78) 


Season: 


776 Walt Williams (1992) 


Fr.: 


582 Joe Smith (1994) 


So.: 


708 Joe Smith (1995) 


Jr.: 


701 Len Bias (1985) 



Sr: 
Career: 



776 Wall Will iams ( 1992) 
2.269 Juan Dixon 1 199 9-02) 



STEALS 

Game: 9 Johnny Rh odes at Nortti Carolina (2-7-96) 



9 Johnny Rhodes vs Ame ncan (12-23-95) 



SCORING AVERAGE 

Season: 26.8 Walt Williams (1992) 


Fr.: 


19,7 


Joe Smith (1994) 


So.: 


21,2 


Tom McMillen (1972) 


Jr.: 


23,3 


Will Hetzet (1969) 


Sr.: 


26,8 


Wall Williams (1992) 


Career: 


20,5 


Tom McMillen (1974) 


REBOUNDS 

Game: 26 Len Elmore vs Wake Forest (2-27-74) 


Season: 


412 


Len Elmore (1974) 


Fr.: 


323 


Bucl( Williams (1979) 


So.: 


362 
363 


Joe Smith (1995) 


Jr.: 


Buck Williams (1981) 


Sr.: 


412 


Len Elmore (1974) 


Career: 


1,053 


Len Elmore (1972-74) 


REBOUNDING AVERAGE 

Season: 14 7 Len Elmore (1974) 


Fr.: 


10.7 
11.0 


Joe Smith (1994) 


So.: 


Len Elmore (1972) 


Jr.: 


12.2 
14.7 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


Sr.: 


Len Elmore (1974) 


Career: 


12.2 


Len Elmore (1972-74) 


ASSISTS 

Game: 15 


Terrell Stokes vs. W. Carolina (11-14-98) 


Season: 


286 


Steve Blake (2002) 


Fr.: 


217 


Steve Blake (2000) 


So.: 


248 
286 
221 


Steve Blake (2001) 


Jr.: 


Steve Blake (2002) 


Sr.: 


Steve Blake (2003) 


Career: 


972 


Steve Blake (2000-2003) 



BLOCKED SHOTS 

Game: 12 Cednc Lewis at South Flonda (1-20-91) 


12 Demck Le«»is at James Madison (1-28-87) 


Season: 


143 CedricLev»is(1991) 


Fr.: 


99 Demck Lewis (1985) 


So.: 
Jr.: 


97 Joe Smith (1995) 
114 Demck Lewis (1987) 


Sr: 


143 Cednc Lewis (1991) 


Career 


339 Demck Lewis (1985-88) 


HELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 

Game: 1,000 RyanRandlevs, Waqner(10of 10. 14-03) 


Season: 


1.000 Lonny Baxter vs North Texas (10 of 10, 12-23-98) 
.647 Buck Williams (183 of 283, 1981) 


So.: 


.606 Buck Williams (1430(236,1980) 


Jr.: 


.643 Greg Manning (196 0(305,1980) 


Sr.: 


.647 BuckWilliams(183of283, 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 RyanRandlevs Waqner (1-4-03) 


10 Lonny Baxter vs North Texas (12-23-98) 


10 Barrv Yates vs Miami (Fla,) (12-29-70) 


10 Keith Gatlin vs Clemson (2-17-85) 


Consecutive in Multiple Games: 


1 6 Ryan Randle (over three games during the 2003 season: 
also an ACC record) 


Season: 


275 All)ert King (1980) 


Fr. 


190 John Lucas (1973) 


So.: 


253 John Lucas (1974) 


Jr.: 


275 Albert King (1980) 


Sr.: 


270 Adnan Branch (1985) 


Career: 


862 Albert King (1977-81) 


862 John Lucas (1973-76) 


HELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 

Game: 34 Gene Shue vs Washington S Lee (2-12-53) 


Season: 


542 Walt Williams (1992) 


Fr.: 


395 Joe Smith (1994) 


So.: 


506 Juan Dixon (2000) 



Jr.: 



527 Will Hetz el (1969) 



Sr.: 



542 Walt W illiams (1992) 



Career: 1, 713 Juan D ixon (1999-02) 



Season: 


110 Johnny Rhodes (1996) 


Fr.: 


71 Sieve Blake (2000) 


71 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


So.: 


78 Johnny Rhodes (1994) 


Jr.: 


96 Juan Dixon (2000) 


Sr: 


110 Johnny Rhodes (1996) 


Career: 


344 Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 



3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 

Game: 7 Walt Williams vs, Flonda State (2-5-92) 


Season: 


92 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


Fr. 


59 


Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


So.: 


49 


Juan Dixon (2000) 


Jr.: 


64 


Teyon McCoy (1990) 


St.: 


92 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


Career: 


239 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 



3-POINT HELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 

Game: 13 Danny Miller vs Clemson (1-22-00) 


Season: 


240 Walt Williams (1992) 


Fr. 


175 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


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 (min. 50 att.): 

,908 Greg Manning (79 of 87, 1980) 


Season (min. 100 att.): 

.903 Chris McCrav (102 of 113, 2005) 


Career: ,858 Greg Manning (315 of 367, 1978-81) 
FREE THROWS MADE 

Game: 17 Tom McMillen vs. Canisius (12-17-71) 


Consecutive in Game: 

15 Albert King vs, Boston University (2-11-80) 


Consecutive in Multiple Games: 

40 Juan Dixon (2001) 


Season: 


213 Keith Booth (1997) 


Fr. 


168 Joe Smith (1994) 


So.: 


209 Joe Smith (1995) 


Jr.: 


162 Keith Booth (1996) 


Sr.: 


213 Keith Booth (1997) 


Career: 


576 Keith Booth (1994-97) 


HIEE 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 Le n Bias (1 985)_ 



Career: 



37 A dnan Branch (1985) 
141 Juan Dixon (1999-02) 



Consecutive in a Career: 

141 Juan Dixon (1999-02) 



GAMES STARTED 

Season: 37 Len Bias (1985) _ 



_37_ Adrian Branch (1 985) 



Career: 



136 St eve Blake (200 0-2003) 



Consecutive in a Career: 
126 Keith Booth (1994-97) 




Len Bias 



Keith Booth 



Len Elmore 



Adrian Branch 



Johnny Rhodes 



Joe Smith 



Walt Williams 



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INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 




MOST POINTS, GAME 
(30-POINT SCORERS) 

1 44 EmesI Graham vs NC Sta le (12-20-78) 
2. 43 AlB ungevs Yale(1-4-60J 



Ernest Graham 




Tom McMillen 




Gary Ward 



41 Le n Bias 31 Duke 11-25-8 



Gen e Shue vs Washinql on 4 Lee (2-12-53) 



40 Jo e Smith vs Duke (3-1-95)_ 



S- Gene Shue vs Wake F orest (3-6-53) 



39 c- Wall Williams vs Wake Forest (1-22-921_ 

38 A - Walt Williams vs Clemson (3-12:^32) _ 

c-W all Williams at Flonda State (2-5-92) _ 

A : Albert King vs Clemson (2-29-80) 



JimC'Bnenvs North Carolina (1- 27-73) 



_Hc*ard While vs South Carolina (1 2-16-70) 



13. 36 Eve rs Bums vs Georgia Tech (2-6-93) 

14. 35 Nik Caner-t^edley vs Temple (1/1 5/05) 



Exree Hipp vs Towson State (12- 23-93) 



Jerrod Mu stal vs Duke (2-10-90) _ 



Len Bias at N orth Carolina (WMI 



Tom McMillen at Ge orge Washin gton (12-4-71) 



18. 34 Wal t Williarri^s at Clemson (2-22-92i_ 



Tony (vlassenburg vs Georgia Tech (2-3-90) 
Joh n Lucas vs NC Slate (1- 28-76) 



John Lucas vs_ Wake Forest (1-10 -76) 
Gary Ward vs Wake Forest (2-7-66) 



23. 33 Nik Caner-I^edley al Georgia Tec h (1-25-06) 



N-Juan Dixon vs Kansas (3-30-02J 

Jua n Dixon vs Georgia Tech (2-16-00) 

_A^ Keith Booth vs Georgia Tech (3-9-96) 

Joe Smith vs Clemson ( 2-25-95) 

Joe Smith vs Utah (1 1 -22:94) 



Joe Smith vs Rider (1 1 -3 0-93) 



c - Walt W illiams at Virgi nia (1-29-92) 



Ma lt Roe vs Georgia Tech (2-13-91) 



Walt Williams vs North Carolina (1 -10-90) 
Len Bias at George Mason (1 1 -26 -85) 
Tom McMillan vs. Navy (1-20-73) 



Tom McMillen vs. Canisius (12-17-71) 



Howard While vs, Georgetown (12-14-70) 



Will Hetzei vs. South Carolina (3-6-69) 



Bob O'Brien vs. Clemson (1-7-56) 



A - Bob Kessler vs. Duke (3-1-56) 



Laron Profit al Flonda State (2-27-99) 



Stev e Francis vs Clemson (2-24-99)_ 
Kevin McLinton vs Flonda State (2-13-93) 



c Wa lt Williams at North Carolina (1- 13-92) 
Rudy Archer vsMt St Mary's (12-8-8 7) 



Dernck L ewis vs Md Baltimore C ounty (2-18-87) 



Albert King vs Wake Forest (1-20-i 



Tom McMil len vs Georgetowii (1 2-13-71) 



Barry Yates vs Miami JIa (12-29 -70) 



49. 31 Jua n Dixon vs Duke (2-9-00) 



Lonny Baxter vs NC Stat e (2-6-00) 



Juan Dixon vs Georgia Tech (1-15-00) 
N -Joe Smith vs Texas (3-18-95) 



Wall Williams vs. Virginia (3-7-92) 



c - Wall Williams vs Clemson (1-25-92) 



Walt Williams vs. West Virginia (12-7-91) 



N-Len Bias vs UNLV (3-1 6-86) 



Emest Graham vs Buckn ell (12-22-79) 



John Lu cas at North Caro lina (2-15-75) 



John Luca s vs Duke (2- 2-74) 



30 Nik Caner- Medley at Temp le (1-28-06) 
A_- John Gilchnst vs NC State ( 3-13^)4) 



Jua n Dixon vs NC State (2-20-01J_ 
Jua n Dixon vs Wake Forest (1-1 7-01) 



Joh nny Rhodes vs Kentucky (11- 24-95) 
_Joe Smith vs Massachusetts (12- 10-94) 



Joe Smith at Oklahoma (12-7-93) 
c- Walt Williams vs Flonda Stat e (1-18-92) 



_c^ Walt Williams vs NC State (1 -11-92) 

Walt Williams vs Rutgers 1 1 2-27-90) 

Wa lt Williams vs Boston College (12-3-90)_ 
Jerrod Mustal vs Delaware State (11-2M 



_Jonj Massenburg vs Georgia Te ch (2-14-89) 
Len B ias vs Georgia Tech (2-22-66) 



Len Bias vs. Villanova (1-27-851 



Adnan Branch vs Virginia (1- 30-85) 
Albert K ing at Virginia (2-21-79) 



John Lu cas vs NC Slate (1-1 6-75) 
Barry Yates vs Richmond (1- 2-71) 



c-consecullve games dunng the 1991-92 season; N-NCAA Tournament; 
A-ACC Toumament; S-Southem Conference Tournament 

MULTIPLE 30-POINT 
SCORING GAMES 

I 15 Wall Williams ( 1989-92) 



39. 32 Lonny Baxter vs Norf olk State (1 2-23-00) 



2. 


7 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


3. 


6 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 




6 


Len Bias (1983-86) 


5. 


5 


John Lucas (1973-76) 


MOST POINTS, SEASON 
(500 OR MORE) 

1. 776 Walt Williams (1992) 


2. 


743 


Len Bias (1986) 


3. 


735 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


4. 


708 


Joe Smith (1995) 


5. 


701 


Len Bias (1985) 


6. 


674 


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 Dixon (2000) 


12. 


624 


Keith Booth (1997) 


13. 


616 


Tom McMillen (1973) 


14. 


609 


Jerrod Mustaf (1990) 


15. 


605 


Will Helzel (1969) 


16. 


582 


Joe Smith (1994) 


17. 


579 


Steve Francis (1999) 


18. 


564 


John Lucas (1974) 


19. 


561 


Lonny Baxter (2001) 


20. 


559 


Albert King (1981) 


21. 


557 


Tony Massenburg (1990) 




557 


John Lucas (1976) 


23. 


552 


Drew Nicholas (2003) 


24 


547 


Lonny Baxter (2000) 


25. 


541 


Adnan Branch (1983) 


26. 


537 


Terence Moms (2000) 


27. 


533 


Lonny Baxter (2002) 


28. 


524 
521 


Tom McMillen (1974) 


29. 


Terence Moms (1999) 


30, 


518 


Evers Bums (1993) 


31. 


512 


Jay McMillen (1965) 


32, 


511 


Nik Caner-Medley (2005) 


33. 


510 


Demck Lewis (1987) 


34. 


506 


Laron Profl (1998) 


MOST POINTS, CAREER 
(1,000 OR MORE) 

1. 2,269 Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


2. 


2,149 


Len Bias (1983-86) 


3. 


2,058 


Albert King (1978-81) 


4. 


2,017 


Adnan Branch (1982-85) 


5. 


2,015 


John Lucas (1973-76) 


6. 
7. 


1,858 
1,807 


Lonny Baxter (1999-02) 
Tom McMillen (1972-74) 


8. 


1,776 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 


9 


1.743 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 


10. 


1,733 


Terence Moms (1998-01) 


11. 


1,704 


Walt Williams (1989-92) 


12. 


1,607 


Emest Graham (1978-81) 


13. 


1,573 


Nik Caner-Medlev (2003-) 


14. 


1,566 
1,561 


Laron Profil (1996-99) 


15. 


Greg Manning (1978-81) 




Walt Williams 




Len Bias 




Juan Dixon 



17. 



1,457 Demck Lewis (1985-i 
1,386 G ene Shue (1952-54]_ 



1,372 E xree Hi£p (19 93-96) 



1,370 W ill Hetzei (1968-701_ 



20. 


1,354 Tony Massenburg (1986, 88-90) 


21. 


1,315 Evers Bums (1990-93) 


22. 


1,300 Jay McMillen (1965-67) 


23. 


1,290 Joe Smith (1994-95) 



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Len Elmore 




Al Bunge 




Steve Blake 



2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACCXHAIWIPIONS* 



27 SPORT 



1,266 Bob Kessler (1954-56) 



25. 


1,244 


Lee Brawley (1949-52) 


26. 


1,235 


Jim O'Brien (1971-73) 


27. 


1,221 


Drew Nicholas (2000-03) 


28. 


1,219 


Steve Sheppard (1975-77) 


29. 


1,198 


Larry Gibson (1976-79) 


30. 


1,172 


ObinnaEkezie (1996-99) 


31. 


1,161 


Maunce Howard (1973-76) 


32. 


1,153 


Buck Williams (1978-81) 


33. 


1,139 


Steve Blake (2000-2003) 


34. 


1,123 


DuaneSimpkins (1993-96) 


35. 


1,108 


Chns l^cCray (2003-06) 


36. 
37. 


1,094 
1,087 


Gary Ward (1964-66) 
Keith Gatlin( 1984-86, 88) 


3R 


1,064 


Kevin McLinton (1990-93) 


39. 


1,026 


Brad Davis (1975-77) 


40. 


1,022 


John Gilchnst (2003-05) 


41. 


1,017 


Len Elmore (1972-74) 


42. 


1,007 


Lavirrence Boston (1976-78) 


SCORING AVERAGE, SEASON 
(20.0 OR MORE) 

1 26 8 Walt Williams (1992) 


1. 


26.8 


Walt Williams (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 (1973) 


8. 


20.84 


Tom McMillen (1972) 


9. 


20.82 


Joe Smith (1995) 


10. 


20.42 


Juan Dixon (2002) 




20,42 


Bob Kessler (1955) 


12. 


20,3 


Bob Kessler (1956) 


13. 


20,1 


John Lucas (1976) 


SCORING AVERAGE, CAREER 

1 20.5 TomMcMilleii(1972-74) 


2. 


20.2 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


3. 


18.7 


Gene Shue (1952-54) 


4. 


18.3 


John Lucas (1973-76) 


5. 


18.0 
17.4 


Will Hetzel (1968-70) 


6. 


Albert Kinq (1978-81) 


7. 


16.6 


JerrodMustaK 1989-90) 


B. 


16.2 


Walt Williams (1989-92) 


9 


16.1 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


REBOUNDS, GAME (20 OR MORE) 

1. 26 Len Elmore al Wake Fofesl(2-27-741 


2. 


24 


Len Elmore vs Kent Stale (1-2-73) 


Will Hetzel vs W Virginia (124-68) 


4. 


23 


Demck Lewis alJ Ivladison (1-28-87) 


5. 


22 


Buck Williams vs Louisville (12-13-80) 


Buck Williams at UNLV (124-78) 


Al Bunqe vs Georqelown (2-26-58) 


Bob Kessler vs Georqetown (2-25-56) 


9. 


21 


Joe Smith vs Texas (3-18-95) 




Joe Smith vs Virginia (2-1-95) 


Mike Davis vs, Pittsburgh (2-15-77) 


Len Elmore vs No Carolina (2-13-74) 


Len Elmore vs E Kentucky (12-5-73) 


14. 


20 


Joe Smith vs FlondaSt (1-11-94) 
Tony Massenburg al 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 (1974) 


2. 


363 


Buck Williams (1981) 


3. 


362 


Joe Smith (1995) 


4. 


351 


Len Elmore (1972) 


5. 


336 


Bob Kessler (1956) 


6. 


323 


Buck Williams (1979) 


7. 


321 


Joe Smith (1994) 


Tom Rov (1975) 


9. 


318 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


10. 


314 
308 


Tony Massenburg (1990) 


11. 


Lonny Baxter (2000) 


12. 


306 


Tom McMillen (1972) 



REBOUNDS, CAREER 

1, 1,053 Len Elmore (1972-74) 


2. 998 


Lonny Baxter (1999-02) 


3. 948 


Derrick Lewis (1985-88) 


4. 928 


Buck Williams (1979-81) 


5. 925 


Terence Morris (1998-01) 


6. 916 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 


7, 895 


Lanv Gibson (1976-79) 


8. 859 


Tom McMillen (1972-74) 


9. 849 


Bob Kessler (1954-56) 


10. 795 


Al Bunge (1958-60) 


11. 745 


Len Bias (1983-86) 


12. 722 


Tony Massenburg (1986, 88-90) 


13. 715 


Albert King (1978-81) 


14. 704 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-1996) 


15. 689 


Will Hetzel (1968-70) 


16, 683 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


17, 671 


Obinna Ekezie (1996-99) 


18, 659 


Nik Caner-Medley (2003-06) 


19, 651 


Rod Horst (1968-70) 


20, 636 


Herman Veal (1981-84) 


21 634 


Evers Bums (1990-93) 


22, 629 


Lawrence Boston (1976-78) 


23. 628 


Travis Gamson (2003-06) 


24. 615 


Gary Ward (1964-66) 


25. 599 


Juan Dixon (1999-2002) 


REBOUNDING AVERAGE, SEASON 

1 14 7 Len Elmore (1974) 


2. 14.0 


Bob Kessler (1956) 


3. 12.6 


Al Bunqe (1960) 


4. 12.2 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


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 (1979) 


REBOUNDING AVERAGE, CAREER 

1, 12,2 Len Elmore (1972-74) 


2. 10.9 


Buck Williams (1978-81) 


109 


Bob Kessler (1954-56) 


4. 10.7 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


5. 10.6 


Al Bunqe (1958-60) 


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 
13 


Steve Blake vs Duquesne (11-30-02) 
Steve Blake vs Wake Forest (2-24-02) 


13 


Sieve 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- Virginia (2-6-99) 


13 


Keith Gatlin vs, Virginia (1-30-84) 




Buck Williams 




Herman Veal 



ASSISTS, SEASON (1 50 OR MORE) 

r 286_ Steve Bl ake (7 9 apg; 2002) 



2, 


248 
221 


Steve Blake (6 9 apg; 2001) 


3. 


Steve Blake (71 apq; 2003) 




221 


Keith Gatlin (6.0 apq; 1985) 


5. 


217 


Steve Blake (6.2 apq; 2000) 


6. 


213 


Terrell Stokes (6 3 apg; 1999) 


7. 


204 


Keith Gatlin (6 4 apg; 1986) 


8. 


178 


John Lucas (5,9 apq; 1973) 


9. 


175 


Kevin McLinton (6,3 apq; 1993) 


10. 


172 


Rudy Archer (5,5apq;1988) 


11. 


165 


Brad Davis (5 9 apq; 1976) 


12. 


162 


Duane Simpkins (4,8 apq; 1 995) 


13. 


159 


John Gilchnst (5,0 apq; 2004) 




159 


John Lucas (5,6 apg; 1974) 


15. 


154 


Kevin McLinton (5,3 apg; 1992) 




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ASSISTS, CAREER (300 OR MORE) 

I 972 Steve Blake (7 apg. 2000-03) 



649 Keilh Gallin (5 3 apg; 1984-66. 88) 
593 Terrel l Stokes (4 6 apg: 19 96-99) 



514 Joh n Lucas (4 7 apa, 1973-76) 



483 _Duane Simpkins (4 1 apg; 1 993-96) 
Kevin McLinton (5 2 apg: 19 90-93) 
J)ulch Motley (3 8 apg, 197 9-82) 



469 



460 



437 Jo tinny Rhodes (3 6 apg: 19 93-96) 



431 Btad Davis (5 1 apg, 1975-77J_ 



10. 



410 Wa lt Williams (3 9 apg, 19 89-92) 



371 Jua n Dixon (2,6 apg, 1999-p2)_ 



360 Jeff Adkins (2 8 apg: 1982-85) 
364 John Gilchnst (4 apg, 200 3-05) 
346 Ernest Grah am (2.9 apg, 1978-81) 



_304 Albert King (2,6 apg; 1978-81) 



STEALS, GAME 

1 9 Johnn y Rhodes at No Carolin a (2-7-96) 



9 John ny Rhodes vs Amencan (12-23-95) 



8 Jua n Dixon vs Flonda State ( 1-26-02) 





8 


Juan Dixon vs No Carolina (1-9-02) 




8 


Juan Dixon vs Georgia Tech (1-6-01) 


7. 


8 


Terrell Stokes vs S C Stale (12-27-98) 
Chns IVIcCray vs Wagner (14-03) 






Juan Dixon vs UMES (12-30-00) 






Laron Profit vs Clemson (1-15-97) 






Johnnv Rhodes at Virginia (2-1-96) 






Johnny Rhodes vs Howard (12-6-95) 






Walt Williams vs No Carolina (3-11-89) 






Walt Williams vs Mt St Mary's (11-23-91) 


STEALS, 

1. 110 


SEASON 

Johnny Rhodes (3 7 spg: 1996) 


2. 


96 


Juan Dixon (2 7 spg; 2000) 


3. 


95 


Juan Dixon (2,6 spg; 2001) 




95 


Steve Francis (2,8 spg; 1999) 


5. 


92 


Juan Dixon (2 6 spg; 2002) 


6. 


87 


Laron Profit (2,7 spg: 1998) 


7. 


85 


Johnny Rhodes (2,5 spq; 1995) 


8. 


78 


Johnny Rhodes (2,6 spq; 1994) 


9 


71 


Steve Blake (2,0 spg; 2000) 


11. 


71 
68 


Johnny Rhodes (2 5 spq: 1993) 
Laron Profit (2,0 spq, 1999) 


12. 


67 


Terrell Stokes (20 spq; 1999) 


13. 


64 


Keith Booth (2,0 spq; 1997) 




64 


Dutch Morley (2,1 spq; 1980) 


15. 


60 


Walt Williams (2,1 spq; 1992) 


STEALS, 

1, 344 


CAREER 

Johnny Rhodes (2 8 spq; 1993-96) 


? 


333 


Juan Dixon (24 spg; 1999-02) 


3, 


252 


Laron Profit (2 1 spq, 1996-99) 


4 


234 


Steve Blake (1 7 spg; 2000-03) 


5. 


193 


Keith Booth (15 spg, 1994-97) 


6. 


190 


Terrell Stokes (1,5 spg; 1996-99) 


7. 


175 


WallWilliams(1 7 spg: 1989-92) 


8. 


170 


Dutch Morley (14 spq, 1979-82) 


9. 


166 


ChnsMcCray (1,6 spg, 2003-06) 


10, 


162 


Terence Morhs (1,3 spq; 1998-01) 


11. 


145 


Nik Caner-Medley (1.2 spq; 2003-06) 


12. 


137 


Demck Lewis (11 spg; 1985-88) 


13. 


136 


Kevin McLinton (1 5 spq; 1990-93) 


14. 

15. 


133 

123 


D.J. Strawberry (1.8 spq; 2004-) 

John Gilchnst (14 spg, 2003-05) 



123 Erne st Graham (1 spg, 1978-81)_ 
120 Dua ne Simpkins (1 1 spg, 19 93-96) 



BLOCKED SHOTS, GAME 

1 12 Ce dnc Lewis at South Flori da (1-20-91) 



_Demck Lewis at James Mad ison (1-28-87) 



10 Der nck Lewis vs UMES (2 -27-87) 
Dem ck Lewis vs UMBC (2-18-87) _ 



Dem ck Lewis vs Towson State (2-2 1-85) 
Demc k Lewis vs Tennessee (11-2 4-84) 



8 Ced ric Lewis vs Georgia T ech (2-13-91) 



Cednc Lewis vs U MBC (1 -7-91) 



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BLOCKED SHOTS, SEASON 



1, 


143 


Cednc Lewis (5,1 bpg, 1991) 


? 


114 


Demck Lewis (4 4 bpg: 1987) 


3, 


99 


Derrick Lewis (2 7 bpq; 1985) 


4. 


97 


Joe Smith (2 9 bpg, 1995) 


5 


93 


JoeSmith(31bpg:1994) 


6. 


79 


Terence Moms (2 2 bpq, 2001) 




79 


Lonny Baxter (2 3 bpg; 2000) 


7. 


77 


Terence Moms (2 3 bpq: 1999) 


8, 


71 


Terence Moms (2 1 bpq, 1900) 




71 


Derrick Lewis (2 2 bpq; 1986) 


10 


69 


Lonny Baxter (2 bpg: 2002) 


11. 


67 


Larry Gibson (2 5 bpq; 1977) 


12. 


59 


Tahi Holden (2 bpg: 2003) 


13. 


58 


Lan^ Gibson (1,9 bpq; 1979) 




BLOCKED SHOTS, CAREER 

1 339_ Demck LewisJ2, 7_bpg: 1 985-88] 

t 256 T erence Moms (1 7 bpg, 199 8-01) 



Keith Booth 



3, 
4. 


239 
227 


Cedric Lewis (2 5 bpq: 1988-91) 
Lonny Baxter(1,6 bpg, 1999-02) 


5. 


190 


Joe Smith (3,0 bpq; 1994-1995) 


6, 


182 


Larry Gibson (18 bpq; 1976-79) 


7. 


142 


Ekenelbekwe(1.6bpq;2004-) 


8, 


136 


Travis Garrison (1 1 bpq, 2003-06) 


9, 


132 


Tahi Holden (10 bpg: 2000-03) 


10 


125 


ObinnaEkezie(11 bpg, 1996-99) 


11, 
1? 


97 
87 


Tony Massenburq (0 9 bpg; 1986, 88-90) 
Len Bias (0 7 bpq; 1983-86) 


13. 


86 


Buck Williams (10 bpg, 1979-81) 




86 


Nik Caner-Medley (0 7 bpg: 2003-06) 


15. 


82 


James Gist (1.3 bpq; 2005-) 


16. 


81 


Walt Williams (0 8 bpq: 1989-92) 


17. 


75 


Ben Coleman (12 bpq; 1983-84) 


18, 


74 


Mike Mardesich (0 5 bpq, 1998-01) 


19. 


72 


Laron Profit (0,6 bpq, 1996-99) 




72 


Keith Booth (0.5 bpq; 1994-97) 




Cedric Lewis 



RS PERCENTAGE, GAME 
(MIN. 8 ATT.) 



1. 1,000(10-10) 


Lonny Baxter vs. No, Texas (12-23-98) 


(10-10) 


Ryan Randle vs Waqner (1-4-03) 


(9-9) 


Steve Francis vs NC Slate (1-10-99) 


(8-8) 


Obinna Ekezie vs Amencan (12-21-96) 


(8-8) 


Joe Smith vs Clemson (1-25-95) 


(8-8) 


Buck Williams vs Canisius (12-23-78) 


(8-8) 


Gary Williams vs S Carolina (12-10-66) 


(8-8) 


Greq Manning vs F Dickinson (12-10-80) 


(8-8) 


Ben Coleman vs Duquesne (12-10-83) 


(8-8) 


Ben Coleman vs. Wake Forest (2-26-84) 



Rj PERCENTAGE, SEASON 



(MIN. 100 ATT.) 

1, ,647 (183-283) 


Buck Williams (1981) 


2. ,643 


(196-305) 


Greg Manning (1980) 


3. .611 


(102-167) 


Charles Pittman (1982) 


4. .608 


(194-319) 


Ben Coleman (1984) 


5. ,606 


(143-236) 


Buck Williams (1980) 


HS PERCENTAGE, 

1. ,615 (446-725) 


CAREER 

Buck Williams (1979-81) 


2. ,589 


(376-638) 


Ben Coleman (1983-84) 


3. .583 


(623-1068) 


Greg Manning (1978-81) 



A, .576 (438-760) Lawren ce Boston ( 1976-78) 

5. ,555 (699-1259) Tom Mc Millen ( 1972-74) 

6. .553 (712-1287) Lonny Baxter (1999:02] 

7. .551 (484-878) Larry Gibson (197 6-79) 

8. .550 (451-819) Joe S mith LI 994-95] 

9. ,547 (485-886) Mau nce Howard (197 3-76) 



10. .540 (564-1044) Derr ick Lewis (198 5-88) 

11. .536 (838-1562) Len B ias (1983-86) 

12. .535 (386-721) Brad Davis (1975-77J 

13. .530 (491-927) Steve Sheppard (1 975-77) 

M^ 
15. 



.525 (393-748) Jerrod Mu staf (198 9-90) 

.5247 (862-1,643) John Lucas (1973-76) 




Cednc Lewis vs, Calif-Irvine (12-11-90) 



Larry Gibson vs. St, Joseph's (12-29-78) 




^Kb^ 



2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACCCHAMPIONS*" 



FIELD GOALS MADE, SEASON 

1, 275 Albert King (1980) 



Greg Manning 




Steve Blake 




Albert King 



2. 


274 


Len Bias [1985) 


3. 


270 


Adrian Branch (1985) 


4. 


267 


Len Bias (1986) 


5. 


256 


Wall Williams (1992) 


6. 


253 


John Lucas (1974) 


7. 


251 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


8. 


250 


Tom McMillen (1973) 


9. 


245 


Joe Smith (1995) 


10, 


236 
235 


JerrodMustaf(1990) 


11. 


Tom McMillen (1972) 


12. 


234 


Juan Dixon (2000) 


13. 


233 
233 


John Lucas (1976) 




Will Hetzel (1969) 


15. 


232 


Juan Dixon (2001) 




232 


Albert King (1981) 


HELD GOALS MADE, CAREER 

1 862 Albert King (1978-81) 




862 
838 
802 


John Lucas (1973-76) 


3. 

4. 


Len Bias (1983-86) 
Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


5. 


767 


Adnan Branch (1982-85) 


6. 


712 


Lonnv Baxter (1999-02) 


7. 


699 
686 
684 
644 


Tom l^cMillen (1972-74) 


8. 


Ernest Graham (1978-81) 


9. 


Johnnv Rhodes (1993-96) 


10. 


Terence Moms (1998-01) 


11. 


623 


Greg Manning (1978-81) 


12. 
13. 


589 
583 
583 
570 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 
Laron Profit (1996-99) 


15, 


Walt Williams (1989-92) 
Nik Caner-Medlev (2003-06) 


FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED, SEASON 

1 542 Walt Williams (1992) 


2, 


535 
529 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


3. 


Adrian Branch (1985) 


4, 


527 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


5, 


519 
506 


Len Bias (1985) 


6. 


Juan Dixon (2000) 


7. 


497 


Albert King (1980) 


8. 


495 


John Lucas (1974) 


9. 


491 


Len Bias (1986) 


10. 


480 


Juan Dixon (2001) 


11. 


469 
468 
462 
456 


Gene Shue (1954) 


12. 


Bob Kessler (1955) 


13. 


Albert King (1981) 


14. 


John Lucas (1976) 


15. 


454 


Ernest Graham (1979) 


FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED, CAREER 

1 1,713 Juan Dixon (1999-021 


2, 


1,673 


Albert King (1978-81) 


3. 


1,643 


John Lucas (1973-76) 


4. 


1,579 


Adnan Branch (1982-85) 


5 


1,562 


Len Bias (1983-86) 


6. 


1,482 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 


7. 


1.363 
1.300 


Ertiesi Graham (1978-81) 


8. 


Terence Moms (1998-01) 


9. 


1.291 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 


10. 


1.287 


Lonnv Baxter (1999-02) 


11. 


1.259 
1.251 


Tom McMillen (1972-74) 


12. 


Walt Williams (1989-92) 


13. 


1.242 


Will Hetzel (1968-70) 


14. 


1.240 


Nik Caner Medley (2003-06) 


15. 


1,229 


Laron Profit (1996-99) 


3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE, 
SEASON 

1, 92 Juan Dixon (2002) 


2. 


89 


Wall Williams (1992) 


3. 


74 


Drew Nicholas (2003) 


4. 


64 


Steve Blake (2003) 




64 


Teyon McCoy (1990) 


6. 


62 


Juan Dixon (2001) 


7. 


61 


Mike Jones (2006) 


8. 


60 


Sarunas Jasikevicius (1998) 


9. 


59 


Johnnv Rhodes (1993) 



10. 


56 Keith Gallin (1988) 


11. 


49 Juan Dixon (2000) 


12 


48 Matt Roe (1991) 


48 Rudv Archer (1988) 


14. 


45 Steve Francis (1999) 


45 Duane Simpkins (1996) 


45 Johnnv Rhodes (1995) 



3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE, 
CAREER 



2. 186 


Johnnv Rhodes (1993-96) 


3. 182 


Steve Blake (2000-03) 


4. 176 


Drew Nicholas (2000-03) 


5. 154 

6. 136 


Wall Williams (1989-92) 
Saainas Jasikevicius (1995-98) 


7. 132 


Teyon McCoy (1987-88. 90) 


8. 130 


Duane Simpkins (1993-96) 


9. 122 


Mike Jones (2004-) 


10. 116 


Nik Caner-Medley (2003-) 


11. 105 

12. 103 


Laron Profit (1996-99) 
Chns McCray (2003-) 


13. 101 


Terence Moms (1998-01) 


14. 89 


Terrell Stokes (1996-99) 


15, 85 


John GilchnsI (2003-05) 


3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED, 
SEASON 

1, 240 Wall Williams (1992) 


2. 232 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


3. 178 


Drew Nicholas (2003) 


4, 173 


Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


5. 164 


Teyon McCoy (1990) 


6. 156 


Matt Roe (1991) 


7. 154 


Steve Blake (2003) 


8. 151 


Juan Dixon (2001) 


151 


Laron Profit (1998) 


10. 147 


Mike Jones (2006) 


11. 135 


Juan Dixon (2000) 


135 


Johnny Rhodes (1996) 


13. 131 

14. 129 


Sanjnas Jasikevicius (1997) 
Johnnv Rhodes (1994) 


15. 128 


Steve Blake (2002) 




Terence Morris 




Jotin Lucas 



3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED, 
CAREER 

1 615 Juan Dixon ( 1999-02) 



2. 


557 
478 


Johnnv Rhodes (1993-96) 


3. 


Steve Blake (2000-03) 


4. 


447 


Drew Nicholas (2000-03) 


5. 


429 


Walt Williams (1989-92) 




429 


Samnas Jasikevicius (1995-98) 


7, 


348 
326 
320 


Nik Caner-Medley (2003-06) 


8, 
9. 


Laron Proft (1996-99) 
Duane Simpkins (1993-96) 


10. 


316 


Teyon McCoy (1987-88. 90) 


11. 


312 


Chns McCray (2003-06) 


12. 


311 


Mike Jones (2004-) 


13. 


299 


Terence Moms (1998-01) 


14. 


286 


Exree Hipp (1993-96) 


15. 


250 


John Gilchrist (2003-05) 


FT PERCENTAGE, GAME 
(MIN. 10ATT.) 

1. 1,000(14-14) Jenv Greenspan vs, Minnesota (12-10-60) 


(13-13) Len Bias vs. No, Carolina (2-20-86) 


LeeBrawlevvs No Carolina (1-2-51) 


(12-12) Nik Caner-Medley at Virginia (3-6-06) 


Duane Simpkins vs Kentucky (11-24-95) 


Matt Roe vs Wake Forest (2-23-91) 


T Massenbum al Penn St (3-19-90) 


Bill Slasiulatis 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) 


(10-10) Chns McCrav vs Duke (2/12/05) 


Juan Dixon vs Wake Forest (1-17-01) 


Tom Milroy vs Penn SI, (11-30-68) 


Jerry Bechlle vs. No, Carolina (2-23-60) 




Matt Roe 




Sarunas Jasikevicius 









2006-07 MARYLAND 
.MEN'S BASKETBALL 




FT PERCENTAGE. SEASON 
(MIN. 50 ATT.) 



Johnny Rhodes 




Jerry Greenspan 



1 


908 


(79-87) 


Greq Manninq (1980) 


? 


.903 


(102-113) 


ChhsMcCray(2005 


3, 


.898 


(141-157) 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


4 


.897 


(61-68) 


Chris McCray (2006) 


5, 


.865 


(128-148) 


Juan Dixon (2001) 


6. 


.864 


(209-242) 


Len Bias (1986) 




.864 


(57-66) 


Jo Jo Hunter (1978) 


R 


.862 


(50-58) 


Keith Gatlin (1985) 


9. 


.857 


(66-n) 


Greq Manninq (1979) 


FT PERCENTAGE, CAREER 

1. 858 (315-367) Grea Mannina (1978-81) 


2. 


.854 


(275-322) 


Chns McCrav (2003-06) 


3. 


.850 


(426-501) 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


4. 


.836 


(122-146) 


Dutch Mortey (1979-82) 


5. 


.813 


(100-123) 


Jo Jo Hunter (1977-78) 


6. 


.812 


(311-383) 


DuaneSimpkins (1993-96) 


7, 


.803 


(301-375) 


Jim O'Brien (1971-73) 


8. 


.802 


(85-106) 


Bob McDonald (1959, 61) 


9. 


.799 


(409-512) 


Tom McMillen (1972-74) 


10, 


.7953 


(470-591) 


Len Bias (1983-86) 


11 


.7951 


(163-205) 


Keith Gatlin (1984-86, 88) 


12. 


.799 


(254-318) 


Brad Davis (1975-77) 


FREE THROWS NIADE, SEASON 

1 213 Keith Booth (1997) 


2, 


209 


Joe Smth (1995) 




209 


Len Bias 


1986) 


4. 


197 


Tom McMillen (1972) 


5, 


175 
174 


Wall Williams (1992) 


6. 


Bob Kessler (1956) 


7. 


168 


Joe Smith (1994) 


8. 


162 


Keith Booth (1996) 


9. 


153 


Len Bias (1985) 


10. 


147 


Lonny Baxter (2002) 


12. 


145 


Tony Massenburq (1990) 


13. 


143 


Jerry Greenspan (1963) 


14. 


141 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


15. 


139 


Will Hetzel (1969) 




Terence Morris 



FREE THROWS MADE, CAREER 

1 576 Keith Booth (1994-97) 


2. 


470 
454 
431 


Len Bias (1983-86) 


3. 


Adnan Branch (1982-85) 


4. 


Lonny Baxter (1999-02) 


5. 


426 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


6. 


409 


Tom McMillen (1972-74) 


7. 


386 


Bob Kessler (1954-56) 


8. 


384 


Walt Williams (1989-92) 


9. 


377 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


10. 


356 


Obinna Ekezie (1996-99) 


11. 


344 


Terence Moms (1998-01) 


12. 


334 


Albert Kinq (1978-81) 


13. 


317 


Jerry Greenspan (1961-63) 




317 


Nik Caner-Medley (2003-06) 


15. 


315 


Greq Manninq (1978-81) 


FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED, 
SEASON 

1. 297 Keith Booth (1997) 


2. 


282 


Joe Smith (1995) 


3. 


263 


Bob Kessler (1956) 


4. 


242 


Len Bias (1986) 


5. 


241 


Tom McMillen (1972) 


6. 


236 


Lonny Baxter (2002) 


7. 


231 


Walt Williams (1992) 


8. 


229 


Joe Smith (1994) 


9. 


214 


Keith Booth (1996) 


10. 


206 


Lonny Baxter (2001) 


11. 


204 
201 
200 


Bob Kessler (1955) 


12. 


Tony Massenburq (1990) 


13. 


Obinna 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 (1999-02) 


3. 


607 


Adrian Branch (1982-85) 


4. 


591 


Len Bias (1983-86) 


5. 


587 


Bob Kessler (1954-56) 


6 


544 


Obinna Ekezie (1996-99) 


7. 


512 


Tom McMillen (1972-74) 


8. 


511 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


9. 


504 


Walt Williams (1989-92) 


10 


501 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


11. 


487 


Derrick Lewis (1985-88) 


12. 


476 


Tony Massenburq (1986, 88-90) 


13. 


441 


Terence Moms (1998-01) 


14. 


431 


Laron Profit (1996-99) 




431 


Albert Kinq (1978-81) 


16 


427 


Nik Caner-Medlev (2003-06) 


16. 


420 


Jerry Greenspan (1961-63) 


17. 


419 


Buck Williams (1979-81) 


18 


389 


AlBunqe (1958-60) 




Keith Booth 




Adrian Branch 



Obinna Ekezie 



Juan Dixon 




^tb- 



mm n 



2004 ACCXHAMPIONS 



FRESHMAN RECORDS 




POINTS 



ASSISTS 



FIELD GOALS MADE 



1 582 


Joe Smith (1994) 


2 442 


Adnan Branch (1982) 


3, 425 


John Lucas (1973) 


4, 392 


Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


5. 381 


Albert Kini] (1978) 


6. 371 


JeiTfflJMust3f(1989) 


7. 369 


Sieve Hood (1987) 


8. 364 


Brad Davis (1975) 



Joe Smith 



SCORING AVERAGE 

1. 19,7 Joe Smith (1994) 


2. 


15.2 


Adrian Branch (1982) 


3. 


14,3 


Jen™iMustaf(1989) 


4. 


14,2 


Steve Hood (1987) 




14.2 


John Lucas (1973) 


6 


14.0 


Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


7. 


13.6 


Alt)ertKinq(1978) 


8 


128 


Brad Davis (1975) 


REBOUNDS 

1 323 Buck Williams (1979) 


2. 


322 


Joe Smith (1994) 


3. 


241 


Demck Lewis (1985) 


4. 


202 


JefrodMustaf(1989) 


5. 


187 


Albert King (1978) 


6. 


183 


Keith Booth (1994) 


7. 


173 


Brian Williams (1988) 


8. 


157 


Lariy Gibson (1976) 


REBOUND AVERAGE 

1, 107 Joe Smith (1994) 


2. 


10,0 


Bucl()«illiams(1979) 


3, 


9.8 


UnvGibsori(1976) 


4. 


7.8 


JerradMuslaf(1989) 


5. 


6.7 


Albert Kinq (1978) 


6. 


6.5 


Derrick Lewis (1985) 


7. 


6.1 


Keith Booth (1994) 


8. 


6.0 


Brian VWlliams (1988) 



1 


217 Steve Blake (2000) 


2. 


178 John Lucas (1973) 


3. 


148 KettiGatlin(1984) 


4. 


134 Brad Davis (1975) 


5. 


128 Dutch Moriev (19791 


6. 


111 Teyon McCoy (1987) 


7. 


91 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


8. 


87 Exree Hipp (1993) 


STEALS 

1. 71 Steve Blake (2000) 


71 Johhhy Rhodes (1993) 


3. 


51 D.J Strawberiv(2004) 


4. 


50 Juan Dixon (1999) 


5. 


45 Keith Booth (1994) 


6. 


43 Dutch Moriey (1979) 


7. 


42 Joe Smith (1994) 


8, 


40 LarariPralil(1996) 


BLOCKED SHOTS 

1 99 Demck Lewis (1985) 


2 


93 Joe Smft (1994) 


3. 


44 Ekenelbekwe(2004) 


4. 


36 Brian lAlilliams (1988) 


5. 


31 James Gist (2005) 


6. 


29 Terence Morns (1998) 


7. 


28 Jem>dUustaf(1969) 


8. 


27 Terence Morris (1998) 



1 


190 John Lucas (19731 


2. 


168 Joe Smith (1994) 


3. 


164 Adnan Branch (19821 


164 Albert King (1978) 


5. 


157 JerrodMustaf(19891 


6. 


149 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


7. 


141 Brad Davis (1975) 


8. 


136 Steve Hood (1987) 



FIELD GOALS 
ATTEMPTED 



1. 395 


Joe Smith (1994) 


2, 355 


Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


3 353 


John Lucas (1973) 


4, 346 


Adrian Branch (1982) 


5, 327 


Albert King (1978) 


6. 302 


JcriodMusta((1989) 


7. 290 


Steve Hood (1987) 


8. 270 


Exree Hipp (1993) 



3-POINT FIELD 
GOALS MADE 



1. 


59 Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


2. 


37 Steve Blake (2000) 


3 


36 Juan Dixon (1999) 


36 Teyon McCoy (1987) 


5. 


35 Steve Hood (1987) 


6 


31 Drew Nicholas (2000) 


7. 


25 Mike Jones (2004) 


8. 


20 Exree Hipp (1993) 



SOPHOMORE RECORDS 




POINTS 

1 708 Joe Smith (1995) 



ASSISTS 



FIELD GOALS MADE 



2 667 


Tom McMillen (1972) 


3. 630 


Juan Dixon (2000) 


4. 609 


JerTodMust3f(1990) 


5. 564 


John Lucas (1974) 


6. 547 


Lonny Baxter (2000) 


7 541 


Adrian Branch (1983) 


8 521 


Terence Moriis (1999) 



SCORING AVERAGE 



Tom McMillen 



I 


21,2 Tom McMillen (19721 


2. 


20 8 Joe Smith (1995) 


3. 


201 John Lucas (1974) 


4. 


19,7 Jay McMillen (1965) 


5 


18,7 Adrian Branch (1983) 


6 


18.5 JerTodMustaf(1990) 


7 


18.0 Juan Dixori (2000) 


8. 


166 Ernest Graham (1979) 


REBOUNDS 

1 362 Joe Smith 11995) 


2. 


351 LenElriiore(1972) 


3. 


308 Lonny Baxter (2000) 


4. 


306 Tom McMillen (1972) 


5. 


265 AlSunge(1958) 


6. 


257 Chris Witox (2002) 


7. 


254 JerrodMuslaf(1990) 


8. 


249 Uwrencs Boston (1976) 


REBOUND AVERAGE 

1. 110 Leri Elmore (1972) 


2. 


10.7 Joe Smith (1995) 


3. 


10.1 Buck Williams (1980) 


4. 


9.8 Tom McMillen (1972) 


5. 


9.1 AlBunge(1958) 


6. 


8.9 Uwrcnce Boston (1976) 


7. 


8.8 Lonny Baxter (2000) 


8. 


8.6 Barry Yates (1971) 



1 


248 Steve Blake (2001) 


2, 


221 Keith Gallin (1985) 


3, 


165 Brad Davis (1976) 


4, 


159 John Gilchrist (2204) 


159 John Lucas (1974) 


6, 


143 Terrell Stokes (1997) 


7, 


136 DuarieSimpkins(1994) 


8, 


127 Juan Dixon (2000) 


STEALS 

1 % Juan Dixon (2000) 


2, 


78 Johnny Rhodes (1994) 


3, 


64 DutcJi Moriey (1980) 


4, 


57 Steve Blake (2001) 


57 LaronProlit(1997) 


57 Walt Williams (1990) 


7, 


56 John Gilchrist (2004) 


8, 


53 Chris McCray (2004) 


BLOCKED SHOTS 

1, 97 Joe Smith (1995) 


1, 97 Joe Sm»i (1995) 


2, 


79 Loririy Baxter (2000) 


3, 


n Tererice Morris (1999) 


4, 


71 Derrick Lewis (1986) 


5, 


55 Ekene Itiekwe (2005) 


6. 


53 ChnsWilmx(2002) 


7. 


51 James Gist (2006) 


8. 


43 Keith Booth (1995) 



1. 


253 


John Lucas (1974) 


2. 


245 


Joe SmJh (1995) 


3. 


236 


JerTO(lMuslaf(1990) 


4. 


235 


Tom McMillen (1972) 


5. 


. 234 


Juan Dixon (2000) 


6. 


222 


Ernest Graham (1979) 


7. 


218 


Lonny Baxter (2000) 


8. 


211 


Len Bias (1984) 


HELD GOALS 
ATTEMPTED 

1. 506 Juan Dixon (2000) 


2 


495 


John Lucas (1974) 


3 


454 


EmesI Graham (1979) 


4. 


446 


Jern)dMustaf(1990) 


5. 


428 


Tom McMillen (1972) 


6. 


424 


Joe Sm<h (1995) 




424 


Jay McMillen (1965) 


8. 


420 


Adnan Branch (1983) 


3-POINT FIELD 
GOALS MADE 

1 49 Juan Dixon (2000) 


2. 


43 


John Gilchnst (2004) 


3. 


40 


Johnny Rhodes (1994) 


4. 


38 


DuaneSimpkins(1994) 


5. 


37 


Steve Blake (2001) 


6. 


36 


Nik Caner-Medley (2004) 




36 


Mike Jones (2005) 


6. 


35 


LaronProlit(1997) 



27 SPORT 



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. 


80 


Steve Hood (1987) 




80 


Teyon McCoy (1987) 


7. 


63 


Exree Hipp (1993) 


8. 


62 


Mike Jones (2004) 


FREE THROWS 
MADE 

1. 168 Joe Smith (1994) 


2. 


114 


Adrian Branch (1982) 


3. 


92 


Greg Manning (1978) 


4. 


87 


Keith Booth (1994) 


5. 


82 


Brad Davis (1975) 


6. 


65 


AlBunge(1958) 


7. 


62 


Steve Hood (1987) 


8. 


60 


Buck Williams (1979) 


FREE THROW 
ATTEMPTS 

1. 229 Joe Smith (1994) 


2. 


149 


Adrian Branch (1982) 




149 


Keith Booth (1994) 


4. 


109 


Buck Williams (1979) 


5. 


108 


Greg Manning (1978) 


6. 


100 


Brad Davis (1975) 


7. 


95 


D.J. Strawbenv (2004) 




95 


Steve Hood (1987) 



3-POINT FIELD 
GOALS ATTEMPTED 

135 Juan Dixon (2000) 



2. 


129 


Johnny Rhodes (1994) 


1 


115 


Nik Caner-Medley (2004) 


4. 


112 


John Gilchrist (2004) 


5. 


102 


Mike Jones (2005) 


6. 


101 


Chris McCray (2004) 


7. 


99 


LaronPn)(«(1997) 


8. 


95 


Danny Mider (20001 


FREE THROWS 
MADE 

1 209 Joe Smith (1995) 


2. 


197 


Tom McMillen (1972) 


3. 


134 


Jim O'Brieri (1971) 


4. 


133 


Jim Halleck (1957) 


5. 


127 


Jem)dMustaf(1990) 


6 


118 


Adnan Branch(1983) 


7. 


114 


Ke«i Booth (1995) 


8. 


113 


Juan Dixon (2000) 


FREE THROW 
ATTEMPTS 

1 282 Joe Smith (1995) 


2. 


241 


Tom McMiilen (1972) 


3. 


187 


Lonny Baxter (2000) 


4. 


174 


Jim Halleck (1957) 


5. 


171 


Jim O'Brien (1971) 


6 


165 


Adrian Branch (1983) 


7. 


164 


Keith Booth (1995) 




164 


JerTodMusta((1990) 






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JUNIOR RECORDS 




Len Bias 



POINTS 

1 701 len Bias (19651 

2. 674 Alb ert King (1980) 

654 Juan bao n (2001) 



616 Tom McMillen (1973) 



605 WillHetzeUl9l 



579 Sieve Fra ncis (1999) 



561 L oiinyBaxler( 2001) 



537 Terence Mo ms (2000) 



SCORING AVERAGE 

1, 23,3 W ill Helzel (1969) 



2, 


217 Albert Kinq (1980) 


3. 


21.2 Tom McMillen (1973) 


4. 


20,9 Bob Kessler (1955) 


5. 


19,6 Demck Lewis (1987) 


6. 


19,5 John Lucas (1975) 


7. 


18,9 Len Bias (1985) 


8. 


18 7 \«all Williams (1991) 


REBOUNDS 

1, 363 Buck Williams (1981) 


2, 


318 Will Helzel (1969) 


3. 


293 Terence Moms (2000) 


4. 


290 Len Elmore (1973) 


5, 


286 LonnyBax1et(2001) 


7, 


271 Gary Ward 0965) 


8. 


253 Lany Gibson (1978) 


REBOUND AVERAGE 

1. 12 2 VVill Helzel (1969) 


2. 


11,7 BuckWilliams|1981) 


3. 


11,2 Len Elmore (1973) 


4, 


11.8 Bob Etcher (1962) 


5. 


11.6 AIBunqe(1959) 


6. 


110 Bob Kessler (1955) 


7. 


10.4 Gary Ward (1965) 


8. 


10,1 Ro()Horsl(1%9) 



BLOCKED SHOTS 



SENIOR RECORDS 



2006-07 MAR 
.MEN'S BASKETBJtC 



AS 

1 


tsis 

286 
'204 


TS 

Steve Blake (2002) 


2. 


Keith Gallin (1986) 


3. 


172 


Rudy Ardier (1988) 


4. 


162 


Duane Simpkins (1995) 


5. 


154 


Kevin McLinlon (1992) 


6. 


153 


John Gilchrisl (2005) 


7, 


152 


Steve Francis (1999) 


8. 


149 


Terrell Stokes (1998) 


STEALS 

1. 95 Juan Oixon (2001) 




95 


Steve Francis (1999) 


3. 


87 


LaronProlil(1998) 


4. 


85 


Johnny Rhodes (1995) 


5. 


58 


Chns McCray (2005) 




58 


D.J, SUnvberry (20061 


7. 


56 


Steve Blake (2002) 


8. 


53 


Terence Moms (2000) 


9. 


47 


Kevin McLinton (1992) 



FIELD GOALS MADE 

1 275 Alben King 11980) 



274 Len Bias (1985) 



3. 


250 
233 


Tom McMillen (1973) 


4, 


Will Helzel (1969) 


5, 


232 


Juan Dixon (2001) 


6, 


219 


LonnyBaxler(2001) 


7, 


205 


Sieve Francis (1999) 



8, 203 Sieve Shepparri (1976) 

FIELD GOALS 
ATTEMPTED 



1. 


527 Will Hetzel (1969) 


2. 


519 Len Bias (1985) 


3, 


497 Albert King (1980) 


4. 480 Juan Dixon (2001) 


5. 


468 Bob Kessler (1955) 


8. 


427 Tom McMillen (1973) 


7. 


412 LaronProlil(1998) 


8. 


409 Nik Canei-Medley (2005) 



1 


114 Demck Lewis (1987) 


2. 


71 Terence Morris (2000) 


3, 


57 Larry Gibson (1978) 


4, 


55 Lonny Baxter (2001) 


5. 


49 Cedhc Lewis (1990) 


6, 


43 Travis Garrison (2005) 


43 Ekene Ibekwe (2006) 


8, 


37 ObinnaEkezie(1998) 


9, 


36 Laron Profit (1998) 



3-POINT FIELD 
GOALS MADE 

64 Teyon McCoy (1990) 



2, 


62 Juan Oixon (2001) 


3. 


61 Mike Jones (20061 


4, 


48 RudyArcher(1988) 


5, 


45 Steve Francis (1999) 


45 Johnny Rhodes (1995) 


7, 


44 Steve Blake (2002) 


8, 


43 Nik Caner-Medley (2005) 


9. 


42 SarunasJasikevicius(1997) 



3-POINT FIELD 
GOALS ATTEMPTED 



1, 


164 Teyon McCoy (1990) 


2, 
3. 


151 Juan Dixon (2001) 
147 Mike Jones (2006) 


4. 


131 SamnasJasikevicius(1997) 


5. 


128 Sieve Blake (2002) 


6. 


126 Nik Canet-Medley (2005) 


7, 


122 Rudy Archer (1988) 


8. 


120 Chns McCtay (2005) 



120 Johnny Rhodes (1995) 



FREE THROWS 
MADE 

162 Keith Booth (1996) 



2. 
3. 


153 Len Bias (1985) 
139 Will Helzel (1969) 


4. 


134 ObinnaEkezie(1998) 


5. 


131 Bob Kessler (1955) 


6. 


130 Jeny Greenspan (1962) 


7. 


128 Juan Oixon (2001) 


8. 


124 Sieve Francis (1999) 



FREE THROW 
ATTEMPTS 

214 Keith Booth (1996) 



206 Lon ny Baxter (2001) 
200 Ob innaEkezie (1 998) 



197 Len Bias (19l_ 

182 Buc k'Willianls ("l981) 



177 D emck Lewis (1 9 87) 
171 Will Helzel (1969) 



167 Jeny Greenspan (1962) 




Walt Williams 



POINTS 

776 Wall Williams (1992) 



ASSISTS 



FIELD GOALS MADE 



2. 


743 Len Bias (1986) 


3, 


735 Juan Dixon (2002) 


4. 


671 Adnan Branch (1985) 


5. 


654 Gene Shue (1954) 


6. 


624 Keilh Boolh (1997) 


7. 


559 Albert Kinn (1981) 


8. 


557 John Lucas (1976) 


557 Tony Massenburq (1990) 



SCORING AVERAGE 

1 268 Wall Williams 1 1992)^ 



23.2 Len Bias 1 1! 



20.42 Juan Diion (2002J_ 





20,42 Bob Kessler (1956) 


5. 


19.9 John Lucas (1976) 


6. 


19.5 Keith Booth (1997) 


7. 


19.4 Tom McMillen (19741 


6. 


18.5 EvefS Bums (19931 


REBOUNDS 

1, 412 Len Elmore (1974) 


2. 


336 Bob Kessler (1956) 


3. 


321 Tom Roy (1975) 


4. 


314 Tony Massenburq (1990) 


5. 
6. 


288 Lonny Baxter (2002) 
283 Jamar Smilh (2004) 


7. 


277 Terence Moms (2001) 


8. 


269 Ben Coleman (1984) 


269 Tom McMillen (1974) 


REBOUND AVERAGE 

1 14 7 Len Elmore (1974) 


2. 
3. 


14.0 Bob Kessler (1956) 
12.6 AlBunqe (19601 


4. 


11.1 Tom Roy (19751 


5. 


107 Bob McDonald (1961) 


6. 


10.4 Bob Everett 11955) 


7. 


10.1 Tony Massenburq (19901 


8. 


10.0 Tom McMillen (1974) 



1 


221 SleveBlake (2003) 


2. 


213 Terell Stokes (1999) 


3. 


175 Kevin McLinton (1993) 


4. 


135 Greg Nared (1989) 


135 Mickey Wiles (1970) 


6. 


124 Dutch Moriey (1982) 


7. 


121 Bob Bodell (1973) 


8. 


120 Emcsl Graham (1981) 


9. 


118 Duane Simpkins (1996) 


STEALS 

1. 110 Johnny Rhodes (1996) 


2. 


92 Juan Dixon (2002) 


3. 


68 Laron Prom (1999) 


4. 


67 Terrell Stokes (1999) 


5. 


64 Ke«h Booth (1997) 


6. 


60 Walt Williams (19921 


7. 


50 Sieve B^ke (20031 


S. 


47 Evers Bums (19931 


9. 


46 Kevin McUnton (1993) 


46 GreqNared (19891 


BLOCKED SHOTS 

1. 143 Cednc Lewis (1991) 




79 Terence Morns (2001) 




69 Lonny Baxter (2002) 




59 Tahi Holden (2003) 




58 Lany Gibson (1979) 




55 Demck Lewis (1988) 




42 Ben Coleman (1984) 




37 Tony Massenburq (1990) 




36 Ryan Randle (2003) 


36 Chns Kereiin (1993) 



1 


270 


Adnan Branch (1985) 


2 


267 


Len Bias (1986) 


3 


256 


Wall Williams (1992) 


4 


251 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


5 


233 


John Lucas (19761 


6 


232 


Albert King (19811 


7 


214 


Tom McMillen (19741 


8 


211 


Evers Bums (19931 



FIELD GOALS 
ATTEMPTED 

1 542 Wa ll Williams (19921 



? 


535 Juan Dixon (20021 


3 


529 Adnan Branch (1985) 


4. 


491 Len Bias (1986) 


5. 


469 Gene Shue (1954) 


6. 


462 Albert Kinq (1981) 


7 


456 John Lucas (1976) 


8. 


437 Keith Booth (1997) 



3-POINT FIELD 
GOALS MADE 



1 


92 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


?, 


89 


Wall Williams (1992) 


3, 


73 


Drew Nicholas (2003) 


4, 


64 


Sieve Blake (2003) 


5, 


60 


SarunasJasikevicius (19981 


6, 


56 


Keith Gallin (1988) 


7, 


48 


Man Roe (1991) 


8, 


45 


Duane Simpkins (1996) 


9, 


42 


Johnny Rhodes (1996) 


10 


34 


Mano Lucas (1996) 




34 


John Johnson (19891 



3-POINT FIELD 
GOALS ATTEM PTED 



1. 240 


WallWilliams(1992) 


2. 232 


Juan Oixon (2002) 


3. 178 


Drew Nicholas (2003) 


4. 154 


Sieve Blake (2003) 


5. 156 


Matt Roe (1991) 


6. 151 


Sarunas Jasikevicius (1998) 


7, 135 


Johnny Rhodes (1996) 


8, 113 


Keith Gallin 11988) 


9. 100 


Duane Simpkins (1996) 


10. 99 


Mano Lucas (1996) 


99 


GreqNared (1989) 



FREE THROWS 
MADE 



1 213 


Keith Booth (1997) 


2. 209 


Len Bias (1986) 


3. 175 


WaltWilliams(1992) 


4. 174 


Bob Kessler (1956) 


5. 147 


Lonny Baxter (2002) 


6. 145 


Tony Massenburq (19901 


7. 143 


Jeny Greenspan (19631 


8. 141 


Juan Dixon (20021 



FREE THROW 
ATTEMPTS 

297 Keith Booth (1997J__ 
263 Bo b"Kessler'(1956) 



242 Le n Bias C 

236 L onny Baxter (2002) 



231 W all VVilliams (1 992) 
201 To ny Massenbu rq (19901 



191 Jerry Greenspan (19631 



182 Bob Everell (19551 




2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 



ANNUAL LEADERS 



Year 


SCORING 

Leader 


Points 


Avq. 


REBOUNDING 

Leader 


Rebs. 


Avq. 


FIELD GOAL PCT. 

Leader 


FG Pet. 


2005-06 


Nik Caner-Medlev 


490 


15.3 


Ekene Ibekwe 


212 


6.6 


Chris McCrav 


.516 


2004-05 


Nik Caner-Medlev 


511 


16.0 


Travis Gamson 


207 


6.5 


James Gist 


.493 


2003-04 


John Gilchrist 


492 


15.4 


Jamar Smith 


283 


8.8 


Ekene Ibekwe 


.504 


2002-03 


Drew Nicholas 


552 


17.8 


Ryan Randle 


224 


7.2 


John Gilchrist 


.588 


2001-02 


Juan Dixon 


735 


20.4 


Lonny Baxter 


288 


8.2 


Lonny Baxter 


.545 


2000-01 


Juan Dixon 


645 


18.2 


Lonny Baxter 


286 


7.9 


Lonny Baxter 


.566 


1999-00 


Juan Dixon 


630 


18.0 


Lonny Baxter 


308 


8.8 


Lonnv Baxter 


.533 


1998-99 


Steve Francis 


579 


17.0 


Terence Morris 


242 


7.1 


Terence Moms 


.551 


1997-98 


Laron Profit 


506 


15.8 


Rodney Elliott 


236 


7.4 


Tennce Morris 


.523 


1996-97 


Keith Booth 


624 


19.5 


Keith Booth 


253 


7.9 


Obinna Ekezie 


.550 


1995-96 


Johnnv Rhodes 


502 


16.7 


Keith Booth 


233 


7.8 


Johnny Rhodes 


.478 


1994-95 


Joe Smith 


708 


20.4 


Joe Smith 


362 


10.7 


Joe Smith 


.578 


1993-94 


Joe Smith 


582 


19.4 


Joe Smith 


321 


10.7 


Joe Smith 


.522 


1992-93 


Evers Bums 


518 


18.5 


Evers Bums 


249 


8.9 


Evers Bums 


.506 


1991-92 


Walt Williams 


776 


26.8 


Evers Bums 


206 


7.1 


Evers Bums 


.516 


1990-91 


Matt Roe 
Walt Williams 


493 
318 


17.8 
18.7 


Cedric Lewis 


233 


8,3 


Garfield Smith 


.527 


1989-90 


Jerrod Mustaf 


609 


18.5 


Tony Massenburg 


314 


10.1 


Jerrod Mustaf 


.529 


1988-89 


Tonv Massenburt) 
Derrick Lewis 
Denick Lewis 


481 
466 
510 


16.6 
15.0 
19.6 


Tony Massenburg 


226 


7.8 


Tony Massenburg 


.550 


1987-88 


Demck Lewis 


237 


7.6 


Brian Williams 


.600 


1986-87 


Demck Lewis 


248 


9.5 


Demck Lewis 


.602 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


743 


23.2 


Len Bias 


224 


7.0 


Tom Jones 


.551 


1984-85 


Len Bias 


701 


18.9 


Len Bias 


251 


6.8 


Len Bias 


.530 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman 


491 


15.3 


Ben Coleman 


269 


8.4 


Ben Coleman 


.608 


1982-83 


Adrian Branch 


541 


18.7 


Ben Coleman 


242 


8.1 


Ben Coleman 


.571 


1981-82 


Adrian Branch 


442 


15.2 


Herman Veal 


213 


7.3 


Charies Pittman 


.611 


1980-81 


Albert King 
Albert King 


559 
674 


18.0 
21.7 


Buck Williams 


363 


11.7 


Buck Williams 


.647 


1979-80 


Buck Williams 


242 


10.1 


Greq Manning 


.643 


1978-79 


Ernest Graham 


499 


16.6 


Buck Williams 


323 


10.8 


Buck Williams 


.583 


1977-78 


Lavirence Boston 


428 


15.5 


Larry Gibson 


253 


9.0 


Lawrence Boston 


.580 


1976-77 


Lawrence Boston 
Steve Sheppard 


338 
309 


13.0 
16.2 


Larry Gibson 


228 


8.4 


Lawrence Boston 


.597 


1975-76 


John Lucas 


557 


19.9 


Lawrence Boston 
Larry Gibson 


157 
249 


8.9 
9.8 


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 


Maunce Howard 


.553 


1972-73 


Tom McMillen 


616 


21.2 


Len Elmore 


290 


11.2 


Tom McMillen 


.585 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen 


667 


20.8 


Len Elmore 


351 


11.0 


Tom McMillen 


.549 


1970-71 


Howard White 
Jim O'Bnen 


389 
342 


15.6 
16.3 


Barry Yates 


224 


8.6 


Chariie Blank 


.473 


1969-70 


Rod Horst 


605 


16.5 


Rod Horst 


258 


9.9 


Rod Horst 


.532 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


605 


23.3 


Will Hetzel 


318 


12.2 


Rod Horst 


.480 


1967-68 


Pete Johnson 


360 


15.0 


Jay McMillen 


195 


8.1 


Will Hetzel 


.423 


1966-67 


Jav McMillen 


392 


16.3 


Jav McMillen 


195 


8.1 


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 


1963-64 


George Suder 


327 


13.0 


Rick Wise 
Gary Ward 


185 
103 


7.1 
7.4 


Jackie Clartt 


.480 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


365 


17.4 


Jerry Greenspan 


184 


8.8 


Connie Carpenter 


.447 


1961-62 


Jerry 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 Bunge 


383 


16.6 


Al Bunge 


289 


12.6 


Paul Jelus 


.470 


1958-59 


Charies McNeil 


311 


14.8 


Al Bunge 


241 


10.5 


Charies McNeil 


.443 


1957-58 


Charies McNeil 


311 


14.8 


Al Bunge 


265 


9.1 


Nick Davis 


.463 


1956-57 


Bob O'Brien 


342 


13.2 


Jim Halleck 


195 


7.5 


John Nacinick 


.470 


1955-56 


Bob Kessler 


490 


20.4 


Bob Kessler 


336 


14.0 


Bob O'Brien 


.421 


1954-55 


Bob Kessler 


487 


20.3 








— not available — 


_ 


1953-54 


Gene Shue 


654 


21.8 








Gene Shue 


.506 


1952-53 


Gene Shue 


508 


22.1 








Gene Shue 


.469 


1951-52 


— not available — 


_ 


— 








— not available — 





1950-51 


Lee Brawley 


404 


15.0 








Dick Koffenberqer 


.480 




Bob IMcDonald 




Tony Massenburg 



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Year 
2005-06 



THROW PCT. 

Leader 



Pet. 



ASSISTS 

Leader 



Assists Avg. 



STEALS 

Leader 



Steals Avg. 



BLOCKED SHOTS 

Leader Blocks 



Chris McCray 



.897 D.J , Strawberry 



128 4.0 D.J. Stra wberry 



58 1.8 



James Gist 



Avg. 
1.6 



2004-05 


Chris McCrav 


.903 


John Gilchnst 


153 


5.5 


Chris McCrav 


58 


1.9 


Ekene Ibekwe 


55 


1.8 


2003-04 


Chns McCrav 


.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 


2001-02 


Juan Dixon 


.898 


Steve Blake 


286 


7.9 


Juan Dixon 


92 


2.6 


Lonny Baxter 


69 


?n 


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 


96 


2.7 


Lonny Baxter 


79 


2,3 


1998-99 


Juan Dixon 


.830 


Terrell Stokes 


213 


6.3 


Steve Francis 


95 


2.8 


Terence Morris 


77 


23 


1997-98 


Sarunas Jasil<evicius 


.759 


Terrell Stokes 


149 


4.7 


Laron Profit 


87 


2.7 


Obinna Ekezie 


37 
33 


1? 


1996-97 


Sarunas Jasilsevicius 


.742 


Terrell Stokes 


143 


4.5 


Keith Booth 


64 


2.0 


Obinna Ekezie 


11 


1995-96 


Duane Simpkins 


.845 


Duane Simpkins 


118 


4.4 


Johnny Rhodes 


110 


3.7 


Keith Booth 


23 


OR 


1994-95 


Duane Simpkins 


.841 


Duane Simpkons 


162 


4.8 


Johnny Rhodes 


85 


2.5 


Joe Smith 


97 


2,9 


1993-94 


Duans Simpkins 


.784 


Duane Simpkins 


136 


4.5 


Johnny Rhodes 


78 


2.3 


Joe Smith 


93 


3,1 


1992-93 


Kevin McLinton 


.822 


Kevin McLinton 


154 


5.3 


Johnny Rhodes 


71 


2.5 


Chris Kara/in 


30 


1,1 


1991-92 


Kevin McLinton 


.781 


Kevin McLinton 


154 


5.3 


Walt Williams 


60 


2.1 


Chris Kerann 


31 


1,1 


1990-91 


Walt Williams 


.837 


Kevin McLinton 


123 


4.4 


Cedric Lewis 


48 


1.5 


Cedric Lewis 


143 


5,1 








Walt Williams 


91 


5.4 














1989-90 


Walt Williams 


.776 


Walt Williams 


149 


4.5 


Walt Williams 


57 


1.7 


Cedric Lewis 


49 


15 


1988-89 


John Johnson 


.790 


Greg Nared 


135 


4.8 


Greg Nared 


46 


1.6 


Cedric Lewis 


36 


1.3 


1987-88 


Rudy Archer 


.770 


Rudy Archer 


172 


5.5 


Derrick Lewis 


45 


1.5 


Demck Lewis 


55 


18 


1986-87 


John Johnson 


.790 


Teyon McCoy 


111 


4.3 


Derrick Lewis 


38 


1.5 


Derrick Lewis 


114 


4.4 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


.864 


Keith Gatlin 


204 


6.4 


Derrick Lewis 


37 


1.1 


Derrick Lewis 


71 


?? 


1984-85 


Keith Gatlin 


.862 


Keith Gatlin 


221 


6.0 


Adrian Branch 


45 


1.2 


Derrick Lewis 


99 


2.7 


1983-84 


Len Bias 


.767 


Keith Gatlin 


148 


4.6 


Adrian Branch 


29 


1.0 


Ben Coleman 


48 


13 


1982-83 


Herman Veal 


.762 


JeffAdkins 


121 


4.0 


JeffAdkins 


23 


0.8 


Ben Coleman 


33 
31 


11 


1981-82 


Neman Veal 


.780 


Dutch Mortey 


128 


4.3 


Dutch Moriev 


33 


1.1 


Chartes Pittman 


1,3 


1980-81 


Greg Manning 


.821 


EmesI Graham 


120 


3.9 


Ernest Graham 


42 


1.4 


Buck Williams 


29 


09 


1979-80 


Greg Manning 


.908 


Ernest Graham 


136 


4.4 


Dutch Moriev 


64 


2.1 


Taylor Baldwin 


35 


1,1 


1978-79 


Greg Manning 


.857 


Dutch Moriev 


128 


4.3 


Dutch Mortey 


43 


1.4 


Larry Gibson 


58 


19 


1977-78 


Jc Jo Hunter 


.863 


Greg Manning 


74 


2.6 


Jo Jo Hunter 


26 


1.0 


Larry Gibson 


57 


2.0 


1976-77 


Brad Davis 


.784 


Brad Davis 


132 


4.9 


Steve Sheppard 


27 


1.4 


Larry Gibson 


67 


2.5 


1975-76 


Maurice Howard 


.828 


Brad Davis 


165 


5.9 














1974-75 


John Lucas 


.836 


Brad Davis 


134 


4.6 














1973-74 


Maurice Howard 


.786 


John Lucas 


159 


5.7 














1972-73 


Jim O'Brien 


.844 


John Lucas 


178 


5.9 














1971-72 


Ton McMillen 


.817 


Howard White 


93 


2.9 














1970-71 


Jim O'Bnen 


.784 


Jim O'Brien 


70 


3.3 














1969-70 


Will Hetzel 


.781 


Mickey Wiles 


135 


5.2 















1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


.813 


1967-68 


Pete Johnson 


.721 


1966-67 


Jay McMillen 


.787 


1965-66 


Jay McMillen 


.792 


1964-65 


Gary Ward 


.818 


1963-64 


Neil Brayton 


.803 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan 


.749 


1961-62 


Bruce Kelleher 


.816 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald 


.873 


1959-60 


Paul Jelus 


.842 


1958-59 


Jerry Bechtle 


.783 


1957-58 


Chartes McNeil 


.762 


1956-57 


Jim Halleck 


.764 


1955-56 


Bob OBrien 


.767 


1954-55 


— not available — 





1953-54 


Gene Shue 


.789 


1952-53 


Gene Shue 


.700 


1951-52 


— not available — 


_ 


1950-51 


Dick Koffenberger 


.772 




Jim O'Brien 



Cedric Lewis 



Kevin McLinton 




^^ 



2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACCXHAMPIONS** 



TEAM RECORDS • SEASON 



All seasons are reflected by a smgle year {i.e., 1950-51 is 
indicated as 1951) Statistical records except for wins and losses 
are since 1951, except for tfie following: three-point records are 
since 1987, assists records are since 1970: blocks and steals 
records are since 1977 

MOST GAMES PLAYED 

37inl985(25wins, 12losses| 

36 in 2002 (32 wins, 4 kisses) 

36 in 2001 (25 vmns, 11 losses) 



35 in 2000 (25 wins, 10 losses) 



HIGHEST WIN PERCENTAGE 

. 889 (32^), 2002 



4 (27-5), 1972 



828 (24-5), 1975 



824 (28-6). ■ 



824114-3), 1926 



821 123-5), 1974 



LOWEST WIN PERCENTAGE 

000(0-161,1914 



.000(0-2), 1905 



04511-21), 1941 



.125(2-14). 1945 



167(1-5), 1919 



HIGHEST HOME COURT 
WINNING PCT. 

; OOU ' 16-0 1 1995 

1 000 (154)1, 



i, 2002 



1 OOP (IM), 1980 



1 000 (144)), 1972 



1.000 (11-0). 1928 



938 (15-1). 2000 



.929(13-1), ■ 



923(12-1), 1974 



923(12-1), 1973 



.917(11-1), 1932 



909(10-1), 1958 



909(10-11,1926 



MOST WINS 

32 in 2002 



MOST LOSSES 

21m 1941 



18 in 1949 



MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS 

14 (began vs Washington & Lee on Jan 15, 1932, ended by No. 

Canjlinaon(=e6. 19, 1932) 

13 (began vs. Clemson on Jan. 20. 2002; ended by NC Slate 

on Marcli 9, 2002) 

11 (began vs. Howard on Nov. 26, 1996; ended by Georgia on 

Dec 30, 1996) 

n (began vs E Carolina on Nov. 29. 1975; ended by Wake 

ForestonJan 10. 1976) 

11 (began vs Duke on Feb 2. 1973: ended by NC Stale on 

Marc h 9. 1973) 

10 (began vs Michigan on Dec. 2. 2000: ended by No. Carolina 

on Jan. 10.2001) 

10 (began vs. W Carolina on Nov. 14, 1998; ended by Kentucky 

onDec 12, 1998) 

1 (began vs Alaska-Anchorage on Nov, 24. 1984; ended by Ga. 

TechonDec 26. 1984) 

10 (began vs. Ball St. on Nov. 30, 1976; ended by Wake Forest 

on Jan. 8. 1977) 

10 (began vs Brawn on Nov. 29. 1972; ended by NC State on 

Jan. 14. 1973) 

MOST CONSECUTIVE 

LOSSES 

22 (began vs Duke on March 1. 1940; ended vs. IWastiington 
C ollege on Feb. 22. 1941) 



MOST CONSECUTIVE 
ACC WINS 

Overall 14 (began vs Clemson on Jan. 20. 2002: ended at Wake 
ForestonJan, 15,2003) 

Season: 12 (began vs Clemson on Jan 20, 2002; final 12ACC 
games of 2001-02 season) 

MOST CONSECUTIVE HOME 
WINS 

Overall 24 (began vs UMESonNov 30, 1979: ended vs Virginia 
on Jan 14,1981) 

MOST CONSECUTIVE 
NON-LEAGUE HOME WINS 

87 (began vs Alcom SI on Dec 30, 1989, ended vs, Flonda 
on Dec 14, 2002) 

MOST HOME GAMES 
WITHOUT CONSECUTIVE 
LOSSES 

163 (began Feb 24, 1993 vs NC Slate, sill currenl entenng the 
2004-05 season) 

MOST OVERTIME GAMES 

4in2005,2004. 1998. 1965 

MOST OVERTIME PERIODS 

7 in 1984 

MOST 100-POINT GAMES 

8 m 1975 

8 in 1974 

CONSECUTIVE 100-PT. GAMES 

4 in 2001 (123 vs Norfolk Slate, 117 vs Chicago Stale, 105 vs 
Md, -Eastern Shore, 104 at Clemson) 

OVERALL TOTAL 
ATTENDANCE 

608.859 in 2002 (36 games) 

528.916 in 2001 (36 games) 



509.925 in 2004 (32 games) 



503.648 in 2000 (35 games) 
475.751 in 2005 (32 games) 



473.626 in 1999 (34 games) 



414.316 in 2003 (31 games) 



HOME TOTAL ATTENDANCE 

299,391 in 2005 118 gam es) 

291,9 6 1^ in 2006 ('l 7 games) 



287.200 in 2004 (16 games) 



281.057 in 2003 (16 games) 



240.254 in 1 977 (19 games) 
226.369 in 200 (le games) 
221.020 in 199 5(16 games) 



212.495 in 2002 (15 games) 



202,365 in 199 9 (14 games) 



OVERALL AVG. ATTENDANCE 

16,912 in 2002 (36 g ames) 



16,591 in 2003 (31 games) 
1M35 in 2004 (32 games) 



14,867 in 2005 (32 games) 
14,692 in 2001 (36 games) 



14,390 in 2000 (35 games) 
14,320 in"2006 (32 g ames) 
13.944 in 1998 (32 games) 



13.930 in 1999 (34 games) 



HOME AVG. ATTENDANCE 

17.95 in 2004 (1 6 games) 



17.56 6 in 2003 (16 games) 
17.174 in 200 6 (17 " games) 



16,633 in 2005 (18 
14,455 in 1999 (1 4 games) 
14,166 in 201)2115 



14.148 in 2000(16games) 



14.058 in 2001 (14 games) 



MOST POINTS SCORED 

3.067 in 2001 (36 games) 



3.060 in 2002 (36 games) 



2.946 in 1995 (34 games) 



2,873 in 1999 (34 g ames) 
2,747 "in'lMO (33 g ames) 



2,683 in 2000 (35 games) 



AVERAGE POINTS PER GAME 

89 9 in 1975 (2,607 in 29 games) 

88,2 in 1976 (2,469 in 28 games) 

871 in 1973 (2,613 in 30 games) 



86.7 in 1995 (2,946 in 34 games) 



85.7 in 1974 (2,400 in 28 games) 



AVERAGE SCORING MARGIN 

181 points m l 999 (84 5-66 4J 



16 7 po ints in 1974 (85 7-69 0) 
15 3 points" in 1975189 9-74 6)_ 
14J points in 2002 (85 0-70 9)_ 
13.9 points in 1976 (86 2-74 3) 
130 points inJ003 (79 7-66 7j_ 
12 9 points in 197'3" (87 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 1995 (34 games) 



HIGHEST SCORING AVG. 
ALLOWED PER GAME 

11 inl969(2.18ein26games)_ 



9.53 in 1978 (2.227 in 28 games) 



79.50 in 1993 (2.226 in 28 games) 



LOWEST SCORING AVERAGE 
ALLOWED PER GAME 

46 5 in 1952 (1,116 in 22 games) 



526in 1951 (1,420 in 27 games) 



54.3 in 1953 (1.256 in 23 games) 



MOST HELD GOALS MADE 

1,120 in 2001 (36 games) 



1,089 in 1973 (30 games) 



1.083 in 2002 (36 games) 



1.049 in 1974 (28 games) 



1.044 in 1999 (34 games) 



1.038 In 1965 (37 games) 



MOST FIELD GOALS 
ATTEMPTED 

2.313 in 2001 (36 games) 



2.24 8 in 2002 (36 g ames) 



2.15 1 jn 2000 (35 ga mes) 
2.108 in 1999 (34 games) 



2.094 in 1973 (30 games) 



2.094 in 2005 (32 games) 



2.080 in 1995 (34 games) 



HELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 

.551 in 1980 (985 of 1.789) 



.547 in 1975(1.049 0f1.918) 



.539 in 1984 (941 of 1,745) 



.537 in 1976 (996 of 1.854) 



.532 in 1961 (943 of 1.774) 



MOST FREE THROWS MADE 

697 in 1995 (34 games) 



677 in 2002 (36 games) 



633 in 1990 (33 games) 



622 in 2001 (36 games) 



616 in 1997 (32 games) 



601 in 1999 (34 g ames) 
600 in 20'05 (32 g ames) 
p in 2006 (32 games) 



MOST FREE THROWS 
ATTEMPTED 

987 in 1995 (34 games) 

933 in 2002 (36 games) 

904 in 1997 (32 games) 



4 in 2001 



893 in 1990 (33 games) 



658 in 1958 (29 games) 



FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 

R8 in 1976(477 0(629] 

75""? i n 1975 (509 o f 672)"" 



.751 in 19 62 (476 of 634) 



.747 in 1960 (399 of 534) 



.7460 in 1974 (376 of 504) 



3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 

2^1 7 in 2002 (36 g ames) 

205 in 200j (3 6 games) 

204 in 2003 (31 games) 



195 m 2000 (35 games) 



195 m 1988 (31 games) 



185 in 1996 (30 games) 



184 m 1999 (35 games) 



3-POINT HELD GOALS ATT. 

580 in 2002 (36 games) 

553 in 2000 (35 g ames) 

544 in 1996 (30 games) 



542 m_20J)5^(32 games) 
540 in 2001 (36 games) 



523 in 2003 (31 games) 



508 in 1995 (34 games) 



504 in 1999 (34 games) 



3-POINT HELD GOAL PCT. 

.461 in 1 987 (1 22 0(290) 



.430 in 1988(195 of 451) 



.396 in 1990(100 of 278) 



.380 in 2001 (205 of 540) 



.374 in 2002 (217 of 580) 



.373in2006(155of415) 



.365 in 1999 (184 of 504) 



MOST REROUNDS 

1.479 in 2002 (36 games) 



1,478 in 2001 (36 games) 



1,388 m 1972 (32 games) 



1,385 m 2005 (32 games) 



1,368 m 1974 (28 games) 



1.367 m 1995 (34 games) 



1.361m 1973 (30 games) 



AVERAGE REBOUNDS 
PER GAME 

491 i n 1955(1. 178 m24 games) 



8 9 in 1974 (1.368 in 28 g ames) 
48 3 in 1956 (1.1 58 m 24 games) 



454inl973(1.361m30 games) 



45.2 in 1970(1. 174in 26 games) 



MOST ASSISTS 

7(4 in 2002 (36 g ames) 

692 m 2001 (3 6 games) 



674 m 1999 (34 games) 



667 in 2000 (35 games) 



641 in 1995 (34 games) 



602 in 1998 (32 games) 



AVERAGE ASSISTS 
PER GAME 

19 83 m 2 002 (714_in 3 6 games) 

19.82 m 1999 (674111 "34 games) 



19.2 in 2001 (692 m 35 games) 



19.1m 2000 (667 m 36 games) 



8.9 in 1995 (641 in 34 games) 



8.8 in 1998 (602 in 32 games) 



MOST BLOCKED SHOTS 

235 in 2 000 (35 games) 

215 in 2004 (32 games) 



216 in 2002 (36 games) 



213 in 2001 (36 games) 



202 m 1999 (34 games) 



200 in 2005 (32 games) 



198 in 2003 (31 games) 



191 in 2006 (32 games) 



185in 1991 (28 games) 



181 in 1985 (37 games) 



MOST STEALS 

431m 1999 (34 games) 



355 in 2000 (35 games) 



329 in 1996 (30 games) 



322 in 2003 (31 games) 



322 in 2001 (36 games) 



303 in 1994 (30 games) 



302 in 2002 (36 games) 



MOST PERSONAL FOULS 

713 m 2001 (36 g ames) 



704 m 1990 (33 games) 
672 in 1999 (34 games) 






2006-07 MARYLAND 
MEN'S BASKETBALL 



TEAM RECORDS • GAME 



HIGHEST OVERALL 
TOTAL ATTENDANCE 

53,406 vs Indiana on Apnl I, 2002 (NCAA Ctlampionship al 
G eorgia Dome, Atl anta, Ga.) 

HIGHEST HOME TOTAL 
ATTENDANCE 

17,950 56 times from 2002-06 (Comcast Center) 

MOST POINTS SCORED 

138 vs Morgan Slate 11 38-72|. 1 2-23-94 



132 »s North Texa s (132-57), 12-23-98 



130 »s East Carolina (130-106), 12-7-77 



128 vs Canisius (128-103), 12-23-76 



127 vs East Carolina (127-84), 11-29-75 



127 vs BroOT (127-82). 12-1-72 



MOST POINTS SCORED 
IN A HALF 

8_5_vs Morgan State, 1 2-23-94 



LARGEST MARGIN 
OF VICTORY 

75vs Norm Texas (1 32-57), 12-23-98 



67 vs W estem Carolina (113-46), 11-14-98 
66 vs M org an State (138-72), 12-23-94 
66 vs MJ -Eastern S tiore (117-51), 2-27-87 
64vsDePauw(ll'3'-49|, 12-12-74 

LARGEST ACC 
MARGIN OF VICTORY 

40_»s North Carolina |96-56), 2-22-03 



40 vs S outh Car olina (99-59), 3-1-58 



40 at Clemson (81-41), 12-4-53 



39 vs Clemson (91-521. 2-2503 



33 at F londa Slate (9 6-63), 2-27-02 



33 vs Norm Carolina (112-79), 1-9-02 



MOST POINTS SCORED 
IN A LOSS 

111 vs. Duke (111-114), 2-10-90 



100 vsNC State (100-103), 3-9-74 



MOST POINTS SCORED 
BY AN OPPONENT 

114 at NC Slate (91-114), 2-27-91 



114 vs Duke (111- 114), 2-10-90 



llOvs NC State (12 4-110), 12-20-78 



109 al Norm Carolina (109-75), 1-8-05 



108 vs NC Slate (109-1081, 3-1-78 



lOTal Norm C arolina (67-107), 2-1-69 



FEWEST POINTS SCORED 

26 vs N C State (28401, 3-5-62 



31 v s Soum Carolina (31-30), 1-9-71 



36 at Wes t Virginia (36-39), 12-15-51 



37 aINC Slate (37 -53), 2-14-59 



38 vs NC sate (38-52). 2-24^2 



40 at Wginia (40-45), 1-12-82 



40 al Duke (40-36), 1-9-82 



40 vs. Duke (4049). 2-16-51 



LARGEST MARGIN 
OF DEFEAT 

39 vs .VateF.ires' .41-80), 2-28-63 



36 vs Norm Carolina (66-102), 3-12-93 



35 V5 UCLA (70-1051, 3-18^)0 



35vs. Indiana (64-99), 3-14-81 



35 vs Norm Carolina (70-105), 1-30-71) 



FEWEST POINTS SCORED 
BY AN OPPONENT 

25 vs Washington S Lee [51 -25), 24-54 



30 vs S oum Carolina (31-3 0), 1-9-71 

31 vs UMBC (67-31]J24-96^ 
31 vs Duke (64-31), 1-7-59_ 



32 vs AU-Puerto Rico (82-32), 11-26-98 



32 vs Sania Clara (53-321, 1 2-22-73 
33"'vs Boston College (5 8-37), 12-30-73 



33 v s Richmond (42-33 1.2-21-51 



36 vs UNC Wilmington (74-3 6), 12-27-97 
36 at Duke (40-361 1 -9-82 



MOST POINTS SCORED 
BY BOTH TEAMS 

236 vs EastCarolina (130-10 6). 12-7-77 

234 vs NC state (i24- 110).T2-20-78 



231 v s Canisius (128- 103), 12-23-78 



225_vs Duke (111-1 14), 2-10-90 



217 vsNC State (109-108), 3-1-78 



MOST RELD GOALS 

55 vs Can isius. 12 -23-78 

55vs.BroMl, 11-29-72 



52 vs. Easi Carolina. 12-7-77 



51 vs. Boston U., 12-8-75 



51 vs. Virginia, 3-2-74 



FEWEST FIELD GOALS MADE 

6 vs. Selon Hall, 12-3041 



MOST FIELD GOAL 
ATTEMPTS 

99^vs Canisius. 12-23-78 

97_v5 EasI Carolina. 1 2-7-77 

93 vs Long island. 1 -23-73 



93 vs Ge orge Washi ngton, 124-71 
93 vs Miami-Ohio. 12-29-70 



FEWEST FIELD GOAL 
ATTEMPTS 

18 vs South Carolina. 1-9-71 



HIGHEST HELD GOAL 
PERCENTAGE 

.833 v s South Carolina (1 5-18), 1-9-71 



.739 vs Wake Forest (3446). 1-28-86 



.732VSNC Stale (3041), 12-20-80 



.704 vs. Miami-Ohio (50-71). 12-28-79 



.667 vs Westem Carolina (4 6-69), 11-14-98 
.631 vs U MES 14 1 45)T-1 7-66 



MOST FREE THROWS MADE 

41vs Morgan state, 12-23-94 

41 at Georgia Tech. 1-25-06 

40 vs. Norm Carolina, 3-8-58 



35 vs. NC Slate. 12-30-01 



35 vs. Lafayette. 12-23-96 



35 vs. Oklahoma. 1-12-93 



35vs. North Carolina. 1-10-9 



MOST FREE THROWS 
ATTEMPTED 

67 vs Morgan Slate . 12-23-94 



57 vs North Carolin a. 1-3- 53 
55vs~Holstr3riT-29-03 



52 vs Oklahoma. 1-12-93 



50 vs. Lafayelle. 12-23-97 



49vsNC stale, 12-30-01 



FEWEST FREE THROWS 
ATTEMPTED 

several times (lasl vs. Georgia Tech. 2-6-93) 



HIGHEST FREE THROW 
PERCENTAGE 

lOOOvs Holy Cross (19-19), 1-21-85 

6vs Duk e (28-29), 2-7-76 



.962 vs Virginia (25-26). 1- 31-02 
JSOvs Duke (19-20^2-2-8 



.938 vs North Carolina (15-1 6). 2-7-95 
935 vs'D uke (29-3ii 1J8-(I3 



m vs No rth Carolina (28-31), 1-27-73 



LOWEST FREE THROW 
PERCENTAGE 

.000 vs. Wake Forest (0-1), 2-28-73 

MOST 3-POINT 
HELD GOALS MADE 

13 vs North Carolina, 1-9-02 

13 vs William a Mary, 12-27-01 



12 alTempte, 1-28-06 



12 vs Ctemson (2-2503) 



12 vs George Washington (12-8-02) 



12 vs. The Citadel (11-27-02) 



MOST 3-POINT 

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 

31 vs Clemson. 1-22-00 

MOST REBOUNDS 

74 vs Penn Slate. 12-2-64 




Johnny Rhodes 



68 vs 


Chicago 
East Car 
Bucknell 


stale, 12-2-96 


67 vs 


olina, 12-7-77 


65 vs 


12-22-76 



64 vs North Texas. 12-23-9 



MOST ASSISTS 

37 vs Chicago Slate, 12-27-00 



37 vs Norm Texas, 12-23-98 



36vs. Brown, 11-29-72 



35vs Brown, 12-1-71 



34vs Morgan Slale, 12-23-94 



MOST BLOCKED SHOTS 

17 vs UMES. 2-27^87 



17vs. Georgia Tech, 12-10-75 



16vs UMES. 12-1-8 



15 vs Oral Roberts. 3-16-05 



15 vs Norfolk Slate. 1-302 



14 vs. Tulane, 11-19-99 



14vs. Norm Carolina, 2-13-99 



14vs. Soum Carolina, 11-14-97 



14 vs. James Madison, 1-28-87 



MOST STEALS 

24 vs Duguesne. 11-30 -02 
24 vs PiltsburghJl-28-98 



22 vs UCLA. 11-26-98 



22vs UNC Asheville, 12-22-97 



21 at AU-Pueito Rico, 11-26-98 



20 vs. South Carolina Slate, 12-27-98 



MOST PERSONAL FOULS 

44 vs Williams Mary, 2- 16-52 



FEWEST PERSONAL FOULS 

7 vs. Buffalo, 1-25-72 

MOST OVERTIME PERIODS 

3vs Clemso n on Feb 18. 1984 (W. 66-65J _ 



3 vs Rhode Island on March 7^1979 |W. 67-651 
3vs NC State on March 1 . 1978 ("W. 10 9-108) 



3 vs NC State on Feb 15. 1958 (L. 69-64) 
3 vs. Memphis Slate on Dec. 30. 1957 (L, 4746) 




Derrick Lewis 




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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 (11-14-98) 


113-46 


3. 


+66 


Morgan State (12-23-94) 


138-72 




+66 


Md.-Eastem Shore (2-27-87) 


117-51 


5. 


+64 


DePauw (12-12-74) 


11349 


6. 


+63 


Delaware State (1-17-96) 


118-55 


7. 


+62 


Chicago State (12-27-00) 


117-55 


8. 


+60 


Colgate (12-8-94) 


113-53 


9. 


+59 


Fairieiqh 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 


Comell (11-27-93) 


92-41 


18. 


+50 


Hampton (1-8-03) 


108-58 




+50 


Duquesne (11-30-03) 


89-39 




+50 


atAU Puerto Rico (11-26-98) 


82-32 





+50 


Chicago State (12-2-96) 


94-44 




+50 


Md.-Eastem Shore (2-25-88) 


101-51 


23. 


+49 
+49 


Md.-Eastem Shore (1-06^) 


87-38 




Eastern Kentucky (12-5-73) 


106-57 


25. 


+48 


The Citadel (11-27-03) 


9749 




+48 


Stony Brook (12-6-00) 


107-59 


27. 


+47 


Flonda Intemational (11-25-97) 


117-70 




+47 


Towson State (12-12-94) 


120-73 


29. 


+46 


Appalachian State (1-2-75) 


96-50 


30. 


+45 


Brown (11-29-72) 


127-82 


31. 


+44 


Liberty (12-18-04) 


112-68 




+44 


Norfolk Stale (12-23-00) 


123-79 




+44 


Md -Eastern 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 (12-23-96) 


10M7 


37. 


+40 


North Carolina (2-22-03) 


96-56 




+40 


Howard (1-2-93) 


109-69 




+40 


Morgan State (12-26-92) 


103-63 




+40 


Boston Uniyersitv (12-8-75) 


122-82 




+40 


South Carolina (3-1-58) 


99-59 




+40 


at Clemson (124-53) 


8141 



OVERTIME GAMES 



All-Time In OT: 4446 


By Site 


By Decades 




Home: 22-17 


1950s; 6-11 




Cole Field House: 17-16 


1960s: 7-10 




Comcast Center 4-0 


1970s: 10-6 




Away: 18-16 


1980s: 10-5 




Neutral Sites: 7-14 


1990s: 6-8 




By Tournament 


2000s: 7-7 




ACC Tournament: 5-6 
NCAA Tournament: 1-0 


Overtime games are 


incomplete pnor to 1953 



Date 


OT Opponent 




Result 


Feb, 18, 2006 


Georgia Tech 


W 


87-84 


Feb. 19, 2005 


20T at Virginia 


W 


92-89 


Feb. 12, 2005 


Duke 


W 


99-92 


Feb 5, 2005 


at Miami 


L 


73-75 


Dec 19,2004 


Florida State 


W 


90-88 


March 14, 2004 


vs. Duke" 


W 


95-87 


Dec 12,2003 


at Flonda 


W 


69^8 


Dec 7, 2003 


vs. West Virginia" 


L 


77-78 


Dec 2, 2003 


Wisconsin " 


W 


73-67 


March 9, 2003 


at Virginia 


L 


78-80 


Dec. 3, 2002 


vs. Indiana " 


L 


74-80 


Jan, 27, 2001 


Duke 


L 


96-98 


Nov 29, 2000 


vs. Wisconsin " 


L 


75-78 


March 4, 2000 


at Virginia 


L 


87-89 


Dec 7, 1999 


Winthrop 


W 


76^5 


Jan 24, 1999 


at Clemson 


W 


81-79 


March 7, 1998 


vs. North Carolina ' 


L 


73-83 


Jan, 14, 1998 


North Carolina 


W 


89-83 


Dec, 4, 1997 


at Clemson 


L 


65-78 


Nov, 14, 1997 


vs. South Carolina" 


L 


72-76 


Dec, 30, 1996 


vs. Georgia " 


L 


65-73 


Jan, 20, 1996 


NC State 


W 


77-74 


Jan, 6, 1996 


North Carolina 


L 


8^88 


March 11, 1995 


vs. North Carolina ' 


L 


92-97 


Nov, 26, 1993 


at Georgetown " 


W 


84-83 


Jan 18. 1992 


Flonda State 


L 


83-91 


March 2, 1991 


at Virginia 


W 


78-74 


Feb 10, 1990 


Duke 


L 


111-114 


Jan, 17, 1989 


Virginia 


L 


58*t 


Feb, 20, 1986 


at North Carolina 


W 


77-72 



Date 


OT Opponent 




Result 


March 15, 1985 


vs. Miami-OH " 


W 


69-68 


Jan, 14, 1985 


Duke 


W 


78-76 


Dec. 25, 1984 


vs. Iowa " 


W 


78-68 


Feb. 18, 1984 


30T at Clemson 


W 


66-65 


Feb. 8, 1984 


20T at Wake Forest" 


L 


87-90 


Feb. 4, 1984 


20T at Georgia Tech 


L 


70-71 


March 11, 1983 


vs. Georgia Tech ' 


L 


58-64 


Dec. 23, 1982 


20T UCLA 


W 


80-79 


Feb. 27, 1982 


Virginia 


W 


4746 


Jan. 12, 1982 


at Virginia 


L 


4045 


Jan, 27, 1981 


at Pittsburgh 


W 


69-66 


Jan. 17, 1981 


Clemson 


W 


68-62 


Feb. 28, 1980 


vs. Georgia Tech > 


W 


5149 


March 7, 1979 


30T Rhode Island' 


W 


67-65 


Jan. 10, 1979 


20T at NC State 


W 


82-81 


Dec. 29, 1978 


SI Joseph's' 


W 


6^56 


March 1, 1978 


30T vs. NC State' 


W 


109-108 


Feb. 16, 1978 


at Pittsburgh 


L 


86-89 


Feb. 5, 1977 


at Duke 


W 


65-64 


Jan. 8, 1977 


Wake Forest 


L 


85-66 


Nov 27, 1976 


Notre Dame 


L 


79-80 


March 4, 1976 


vs. Duke ' 


W 


80-78 


Jan. 25, 1976 


at North Carolina 


L 


93-95 


March 9, 1974 


vs. NC State' 


L 


100-103 


March 1, 1972 


Wake Forest 


W 


64-56 


Feb. 16, 1972 


North Cainlina 


W 


79-77 


March 6, 1971 


Virginia 


W 


89-84 


Feb 23, 1971 


at Clemson 


L 


45-51 


Jan. 9, 1971 


South Carolina 


W 


31-30 


Jan, 15,1968 


20T at Clemson 


L 


93-94 


Dec. 22, 1967 


vs. Southern Illinois ' 


L 


72-73 


Jan. 14, 1967 


Duke 


L 


69-72 


Jan. 11, 1967 


at West Virginia 


W 


82-81 


Feb. 7, 1966 


at Wake Forest 


w 


86-78 


Jan. 15, 1966 


at NC State 


L 


58-60 


Jan. 14, 1965 


at Wake Forest 


W 


93^ 


Jan. 8, 1965 


20T Clemson 


w 


67-65 


Dec. 19, 1964 


Kansas 


L 


61-63 


Dec. 12, 1964 


West Virginia 


L 


73-«) 


Jan. 6, 1964 


South Carolina 


L 


69-73 


Dec 11, 1962 


NC State 


L 


74-76 


Dec. 12, 1961 


NC State 


L 


68-73 



27 SPORTS 



LARGEST MARGIN 



OF DEFEAT 

Rk. Marq. Opponent 


Score 


1. -63 


at Amiy (3-144) 


22-85 


2. -53 


at Bainbridge Navy (1-24-44) 


25-78 


3. 44 


at Seton Hall (12-3041) 


15-59 


4. -39 


vs. Wake Forest (2-28-63) 


41-80 


5. -38 


at West Virginia (12-1446) 


43-81 


-38 


at Navy (1-28-33) 


21-59 


7. -37 


at Cincinnati (2-249) 


33-70 


-37 


vs. South Carolina (2-24-33) 


28-65 


9. -36 


vs. North Carolina (3-12-93) 


66-102 


10. -35 


vs. UCLA (3-18-00) 


70-105 


-35 


vs. Indiana (3-14-81) 


64-99 


-35 


at North Carolina (1-30-71) 


70-105 






Date 


OT Opponent 




Result 


Dec. 6, 1961 


20T Georgetown 


L 


78-79 


Feb. 25, 1961 


Clemson 


W 


82-80 


Feb. 26, 1960 


20T Clemson 


W 


66-59 


Feb. 20, 1960 


George Washington 


W 


86-84 


Feb. 10, 1959 


George Washington 




65-66 


Dec 15, 1958 


at Kentucky 




56-58 


March 7, 1958 


vs. Duke' 


W 


71-65 


Feb. 15, 1958 


30T at NC State 




64-69 


Dec. 30, 1957 


30T vs Memphis State' 




4647 


Feb. 5, 1957 


20T North Carolina 




61-65 


Jan, 21, 1956 


at Geonietown 


W 


62-57 


March 3, 1955 


vs. Virginia ' 




67-68 


Feb, 25, 1955 


20T alGeontetown 


w 


5749 


Dec, 10, 1954 


Wake Forest 




58-62 


March 5, 1954 


vs. Wake Forest' 




56*» 


Feb, 13, 1954 


at Navy 


W 


61-60 


Jan, 9, 1954 


at Georgetown 




56-58 


March 6, 1953 


vs Wake Forest' 




59^1 


Feb, 3, 1953 


20T at G Washington 




62-63 


Jan- 8, 1953 


at Richmond 


W 


63-60 


Feb, 19, 1951 


Clemson 


w 


54-50 


Feb, 20, 1932 


at Duke 


w 


20-18 


Feb. 1927 


Virginia 


w 


29-28 



1-So. Conf, Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum); 2-ACC Tournament 

at Raleigh, N.C (Reynolds Coliseum); 3-Sugaf Bowrf Tournament at New Orleans, 
La. (Loyola Field House); 4-Sun Carnival Tournament at El Paso, Texas (Memonal 
G/mnasium), 5-ACC Tournament at Greenstwro, N.C. (Greenstwro Coliseum), &-ACC 
Toumament at Landover, Md (Capital Centre), 7-Maryiand Invitational at College Park, 
Md. (Cole Field House); 8-National Invitation Toumament at College Park, Md. (Cole 
Field House); 9-ACC Toumament at Atlanta, Ga (Omni); 10-al Greensboro, N.C 
(Greenstwro Coliseum); 11 -Rainbow Classic at Honolulu, Hawaii (Blaisdell Center); 
12-NCAA Toumament at Dayton, Ohio (Dayton Arena), 13-alLandover, Md (Capital 
Centre). 14-6lack Coaches Assoc Classic al Minneapolis, Minn (Target Center), 
IS-ACC/Big Ten Challenge at Milwaukee, Wise (Bradley Center}, 16-ACC/Big Ten 
Challenge at Indianapolis, Ind (Conseco Reldhouse), 17-BBSTCIassic(MCICenter); 
18-ACC/Big Ten Challenge at College Park, Md. (Comcast Center) 



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2006-07 MA_ 
.MEN'S BASKETBALL 



1 00-POINT GAMES 



MARYLAND'S 

1 00-POINT GAMES 

Total 100 Point Games: 102 

Most in a Season: 8 [1974-75, 1973 -74) 



Most Consecutive 100-Point G ames: 4 (2000-01) 

2005-06(1) 

111-85 Faifleiqh Dickenson, 11-18-05 

2004-05 (1) 

112-68 Liberty, 12-28-04 

2002-03 (2) 

108-58 Hampton, 1-8-03 

101-60 UMBC, 12-23-02 

2001-02(3) 

11 2-92 Virginia, 3-3-02 

112-79 North Carolina, 1-9-02 



103-75 William & Mary, 12-27-01 

2000-01 (6) 

102-67 Virginia, 3-3-01 



104-92 



at Clemson, 1-2-01 



105-53 



UMES, 12-30-00 



117-5 5 
123-79 
107-59 



Chicago Slate, 12-27-00 



Norfoll( Stale, 12-23-00 



Stony Brook, 12-6-00 



1999-00(2) 

100-48 Coastal Carolina, 1-2-00 
104-45 Fairteigh Dickinson, 11-22-99 



1998-99(4) 

107-87 Flonda State, 1-27-99 



104-70 



So. Carolina State, 12-27-98 



132-57 



North Texas, 12-23-98 



11346 



Western Carolina, 11-14-98 



1997-98(4) 

110-52 UNC Ashevill e, 12-22-97 
104-66 UMBC, 12-13-97 



117-70 



Fla, International, 11-25-97 



102-74 Mt. St. Marys, 11-22-97 

1996-97(2) 

103-73 vs. Pennsylvania, 1-21-97 
108-67 Lafayette, 12-23-96 

1995-96(3) 

118-55 Delaware Stale. 1-17-96 



10446 



Md.-Eastem Shore, 12-28-95 



104-79 American, 12-23-95 



1994-95 (5) 

138-72 Morgan Sta le, 12-23-94 



120-73 



Towson, 12-12-94 



113-53 Colgate, 12 -8-94 
102-77 



UMBC, 12-5-94 



102-64 Bucknell, 12-3-94 



1993-94(2) 

1 02-70 NC Stale, 1-22-94 



109-71 vs. Towson, 12-23-93 



1992-93(3) 



1986-87(1) 

117-51 Md.-Eastem Shore. 2-27-87 



1983-84(3) 

102-77 vs. West Virginia, 3-17-84 



104-69 



Md.-Eastem Shore. 12-14-83 



1979-80(3) 

101-82 Duke.2-2-i 



115-76 



Miami-OH, 12-28-79 



113-79 



Catholic, 12-10-79 



1978-79(3) 

128-103 Canisius, 12-23-78 



124-110 NC State, 12-20-78 



107-97 



Bucknell. 11-24-78 



102-91 



Duke, 2-7-76 



102-84 



NC State, 1-28-76 



111-88 Long Island, 1-3-76 



104-69 



Seton Hall, 12-29-75 



122-82 



Boston U., 12-8-75 



1974-75(8) 



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 


1989-90(5) 

113-61 UMBC, 2-22-90 


111-114 


Duke (OT), 2-10-90 


110-91 


Alcom Slate, 12-30-89 


104-86 


vs. George Mason, 12-22-89 


105-74 


Augusta College, 11-27-89 


1987-88(1) 

101-51 Md.-Eastem Shore, 2-25-88 



108-65 Johns Hopkins, 11-26-83 

1982-83(2) 

101-90 at Duke, 2-21-83 

106-94 North Carolina, 2-16-83 

1980-81 (2) 

114-89 Marsh all, 12-29-80 

109-83 Fair leigh Dick inson, 12-10-80 



104-87 


E.Tennessee, 3-1-75 


103-82 


at Duguesne, 2-23-75 


104-80 


at Duke, 2-8-75 


103-85 


NC Stale, 1-16-75 


105-67 


Georgia Tech, 12-27-74 


113-49 


DePauw, 12-12-74 


104-71 


vs. Georgetown, 12-10-74 


106-81 


Richmond, 11-18-74 


1973-74(8) 

100-103 vs. NC State (OT), 3-9-74 


105-85 


vs. North Carolina, 3-8-74 


110-75 


Virginia, 3-2-74 


104-83 


Duke, 2-2-74 


112-73 


Fordham, 1-17-84 


102-75 


Holy Cross, 12-29-73 


115-83 


Georgetown, 12-11-73 


106-57 


Eastern Kentucky, 12-5-73 


1972-73(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, 12-29-71 


102-79 


at Holy Cross, 12-22-71 


117-96 


at G. Washington, 124-71 


100-83 


at Brown, 12-1-71 


1970-71 (2) 

111-77 Miami, 12-29-70 


109-70 


Buffalo, 12-5-70 


1969-70(1) 

103-85 Clemson, 2-23-70 


1965-66(2) 

107-92 West Virginia, 2-12-66 


107-81 


at G.Washington, 1-27-66 


1959-60(1) 

103-80 Yale, M-60 



1977-78(2) 

109-108 vs. NC State (30T), 3-1-78 
130-106 East Carolina, 12-7-77 



1976-77(1) 

106-72 Bucknell, 12-22-76 

1975-76(7) 

105-91 Wake Forest, 2-25-76 



OPPONENTS' 
100-POINT GAMES 

Total 100-Point Games: 33 



Moslin a S e ason: 5 (199 0-91) 



Most Consecutive 100-Point Games: 2 (1992-93; 
1978-79: 1977-78: 1969-70) 

2004-05 (2) 

92-101 vs. George Washington, 124-04 
75-109 at North Carolina, 1-8-05 



1999-00(1) 

70-105 vs. UCLA, 3-18-C 



127-84 East Carolina, 11-29-75 



1998-99(1) 

91-103 at Kentucky, 12-12-98 



1997-98(1) 

72-104 vs. Duke, 1-3-98 



1995-96(1) 

78-100 at Florida State, 2-10-96 

1994-95(2) 

91-100 at G eorgia Tech. 24-95 



90-100 



at No rth Carolina, 1-7-95 



1992-93(3) 

66-102 vs. North Carolina, 3-13-93 
85-105 at Flonda State, 1-13-93 
73-101 at North Carolina, 1-9-93 



1990-91 (5) 

91-114 at NC Slate, 2-27-91 



81-101 



at Duke, 2-9-91 



104-100 NC St ate, 1 -26-9L 
73-105 



at North Carolina, 1-9-91 



85-1 00 vs. Boston College, 1 2-3-90 

1989-90(2) 

84-104 vs. Duke, 3-9-90 

111-114 Duke (OT), 2-10-90 

1987-88(1) 

82-104 at Georgia Tech, 2-17-88 

1978-79(3) 

79-102 vs. North Carolina, 3-2-79 
128-103 Canisus, 12-23-78 
124-110 NC State, 12-20-78 



1977-78(3) 

109-108 vs. NC Slate (30 T), 3-1-78 



90-101 alG. Washington , 12-10-77 
130-106 East Carolina. 12-7-77 

1973-74(1) 

100-103 vs. NC State (OT). 3-9-74 



1972 

89-103 



73(1) 

vs. Providence. 3-17-73 



1970 

76-100 



71 (2) 

North Carolina, 2-17-71 



70-105 at North Carolina, 1-30-71 



1969 

68-101 



70 (2) 

South Carolina, 12-15-69 



87-104 Wake Forest, 12-13-69 



1968 

87-107 

1963 

72-104 



69(1) 

at North Carolina, 2-1-69 

64(1) 

Duke, 2-8^ 




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2004 ACCXHAIWIPIONS 



27 SPORT 



^ 

'.•:il 


Ml 

YEAR 


D 

6P 


YEi 

/-TOTAL-/ 
FGM-FGA 


HI 

.PCT 


l-B 

;-3PT-/ 

FGM-FGA 


Y- 

.PCT 


YE 

FTM-FTA 


A 

.PCT 


K 

AST 


s 

BLK 


ITi 

STL 


AT 

PF-DQ 


s 

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 


1953-54 


30 


712-1661 


.429 








532-787 


.648 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


— 


1959-65.3 


1954-55 


24 


563-1417 


.398 








447-682 


.657 




— 


— 


_ 


— 


— 


117849.0 


1573-65.5 


1955-56 


24 


550-1382 


.398 





— 


500-744 


672 




— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


115848.3 


1600-66.7 


1956-57 


26 


597-1414 


.422 


— 


— 


486-679 


.716 




— 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


911-35.0 


1680-64.6 


1957-58 


29 


706-1698 


.416 








590-858 


.688 








— 


— 


— 


_ 


117540.5 


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 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


— 


114344.0 


1747-67.2 


1961-62 


25 


637-1476 


.432 








474-644 


.736 


— 


_ 


— 


_ 


— 


— 


108243.3 


1748-69.9 


1962-63 


21 


506-1272 


.398 








337496 


.679 


— 


— 


— 


332-na 


— 


— 


88842.3 


1349-64.2 


1963-64 


26 


714-1634 


.437 








397-572 


.694 


_ 


— 


— 


512-16 


— 


— 


105840.7 


1825-70.2 


1964-65 


26 


726-1596 


.455 








457-634 


.720 











435-15 


— 


— 


116244.7 


1909-734 


1965-66 


25 


705-1535 


.459 








381-560 


.680 











449-18 


— 


_ 


110744.3 


1791-71.6 


1966-67 


25 


637-1448 


.439 








350479 


.730 











378-5 


_ 


_ 


884-35.3 


1624-64.9 


1967-68 


24 


653-1678 


.389 








346-519 


.667 





— 





457-21 


_ 


_ 


105844.1 


1652-68.8 


1968-69 


26 


782-1842 


.425 








485657 


.738 





— 





487-15 


_ 


_ 


106841.1 


2049-78.8 




1969-70 


26 


781-1709 


.457 








417-586 


.712 


337 


— 


_ 


458-17 


_ 


— 


117445.1 


1979-76.1 




1970-71 


26 


735-1650 


.448 








480-715 


.671 


302 


_ 


— 


442-13 


— 


— 


110642.5 


1950-75.0 




1971-72 


32 


929-1877 


.495 








586-786 


.746 


443 


_ 


— 


490-10 


— 


— 


115444.4 


2444-76.4 




1972-73 


30 


1089-2094 


.520 








435-606 


.718 


557 








547-17 


— 


— 


136145.4 


2613-87.1 


1973-74 


28 


1012-1983 


.510 








376-504 


.746 


450 








492-10 


— 


_ 


136848.9 


2400-85.7 


1974-75 


29 


1049-1918 


.547 








509-672 


.757 


413 








535-18 


— 


_ 


126143.5 


2607-89.9 


1975-76 


28 


996-1854 


.537 








477-629 


.758 


397 





— 


562-20 


_ 


_ 


112643.5 


2469-88.2 


1976-77 


27 


850-1645 


.516 








415-566 


.733 


310 


155 


163 


500-20 


_ 


_ 


105940.2 


2115-78.3 


1977-78 


28 


935-1829 


.509 








433-599 


.722 


336 


142 


148 


577-20 


_ 


_ 


1188-38.8 


2303-82.1 


1978-79 


27 


954-1897 


.503 








430-600 


.717 


415 


126 


195 


589-18 


_ 


— 


1154424 


2338-77.9 




1979-80 


30 


985-1789 


.551 








511-706 


.724 


558 


114 


233 


569-12 


_ 


— 


1089-38.5 


2481-80.0 




1980-81 


31 


943-1774 


.532 








467-649 


.720 


503 


93 


201 


596-17 


— 


— 


1095-35.1 


2353-75.9 




1981-82 


29 


651-1359 


.479 








476-634 


.751 


307 


78 


126 


530-15 


— 


— 


876-35.3 


1778-61.3 




1982-83 


30 


820-1672 


.490 








496-724 


.685 


375 


88 


105 


619-25 


— 


_ 


1098-30.2 


2222-74.1 




1983-84 


32 


941-1745 


.539 








509-702 


.725 


548 


100 


14q 


578-15 


_ 


— 


1078-36.6 


2391-74.7 




1984-85 


37 


1038-2065 


.503 








526-708 


.743 


575 


181 


206 


639-14 


— 


_ 


1184-33.7 


2602-70.3 




1985-86 


33 


911-1786 


.510 








500-686 


.729 


465 


135 


159 


549-9 


_ 


_ 


1030-32.0 


2322-70.4 




1986-87 


26 


674-1344 


.501 


122-290 


.461 


395-553 


.714 


423 


143 


130 


474-15 


200 


524 


769-31.2 


1865-71.7 




1987-88 


31 


874-1633 


.504 


195-451 


.430 


407-606 


.672 


536 


140 


177 


537-12 


303 


583 


957-29.6 


2350-75.8 




1988-89 


29 


760-1651 


.460 


88-311 


.283 


398-587 


.672 


427 


125 


159 


529-15 


309 


615 


1002-30.9 


2006-69.2 




1989-90 


33 


1002-2073 


.483 


110-278 


.396 


633-893 


.709 


583 


162 


217 


704-20 


438 


802 


1351-34.6 


2747-83.2 




1990-91 


28 


814-1795 


.454 


90-309 


.291 


527-772 


.683 


455 


185 


227 


550-19 


373 


625 


1098-39.2 


2245-80.2 




1991-92 


29 


848-1880 


.451 


128-294 


.325 


526-751 


.700 


495 


107 


242 


611-32 


403 


611 


1092-37.7 


2350-81.0 




1992-93 


28 


813-1907 


.443 


106-339 


.313 


439-653 


.672 


521 


99 


258 


577-18 


375 


665 


1116-39.9 


2235-79.8 




1993-94 


30 


868-1901 


.457 


141-401 


.352 


522-766 


.682 


502 


176 


303 


624-26 


411 


711 


1193-39.8 


2399-80.0 


S 

i 


1994-95 


34 


1035-2080 


.498 


179-508 


.352 


697-987 


.706 


641 


168 


302 


632-15 


476 


804 


136740.2 


2946-86.7 


1995-96 


30 


860-1917 


.449 


185-544 


.340 


535-783 


.683 


529 


88 


329 


652-15 


405 


664 


1158-38.6 


2440-81.3 


1996-97 


32 


836-1800 


.465 


118-378 


.312 


616-904 


.681 


518 


112 


274 


600-18 


346 


793 


1226-38.3 


2406-75.2 


1997-98 


32 


908-1969 


.461 


166476 


.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 


147841.1 


3067-85.2 


2001-02 


36 


1083-2248 


.482 


217-580 


.374 


677-933 


.726 


714 


216 


302 


640-8 


473 


1006 


147941.1 


3060-85.0 


2002-03 


31 


901-1940 


.464 


204-523 


.390 


466-654 


.713 


573 


198 


322 


588-6 


409 


832 


124140.0 


2472-79.7 


2003-04 


32 


891-2021 


.441 


165490 


.337 


530-840 


.631 


451 


215 


274 


631-21 


501 


821 


132241.3 


2477-77.4 


2004-05 


32 


920-2094 


.439 


180-542 


.332 


600-826 


.726 


499 


200 


267 


610-17 


479 


906 


138543.3 


2620-81.9 


2005-06 


32 


875-1952 


.448 


155415 


.373 


600-821 


.731 


512 


191 


258 


623-15 


458 


814 


1272-39.8 


2505-78.3 




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OPPONENT YEAR-BY-YEAR STATS 







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/-3PT-/ 
















OFF 


DEF 


TOTAL 


TOTAL 


YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


FGM-FGA 


.PCT 


FTM-FTA 


.PCT 


AST 


BLK 


STL 


PF-DQ 


REBS 


REBS 


REBS-AVG 


PTS-AVG 


1950-51 


27 


510-na 


_ 








400-663 


.603 


— 


— 


_ 


— 


_ 


_ 


— 


1420-52.6 


1951-52 


stats not available 


























111646.5 


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 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


97740.7 


1555-64.8 


1956-57 


26 


553-1414 


.391 








484-729 


.661 








— 


— 


— 


— 


940-36.2 


1590-61.5 


1957-58 


29 


583-1687 


.352 








497-735 


.676 


— 





_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1031-35.6 


1671-57.6 


1958-59 


23 


444-1201 


.369 








408-584 


.697 


— 


— 


_ 


— 


— 


_ 


814-35.4 


1296-57,6 


1959^0 


23 


529-1331 


.397 








343490 


.700 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


795-34.6 


1407-56,3 


1960-61 


26 


642-1676 


.384 








473-679 


.697 





— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


111943.0 


1757-61.2 


1961-62 


25 


700-1669 


.419 








405*79 


.649 


_ 


— 


_ 


489- 


_ 


_ 


111544.6 


1805-67,6 


1962-63 


21 


614-1336 


.460 








276-624 


.697 


_ 


— 


_ 


336- 


_ 


_ 


87941.9 


1504-71,6 


1963^ 


26 


736-1618 


.455 








509-396 


.692 











462-14 


— 


— 


114544.0 


1964-75,5 


1964-65 


26 


686-1655 


.415 








417-735 


.714 








— 


490-23 


— 


— 


1021-30.3 


1789-68.8 


1965^6 


25 


649-1603 


.405 








415-584 


.706 








— 


454-11 


_ 


_ 


102941.2 


1711-684 


1966-67 


25 


644-1380 


.467 








340-588 


.714 


— 


_ 


_ 


393-7 


— 


_ 


928-37.1 


1628-65,1 


1967-68 


24 


670-1533 


.437 








434476 


.701 











419-12 


— 


— 


118849.0 


1744-73,9 


1968-69 


26 


858-1846 


.465 








472-619 


.725 











488-18 


— 


— 


122547.1 


2188-84,1 


1969-70 


26 


762-1695 


.449 








421-651 


.680 


— 


— 


— 


472-13 


_ 


_ 


108241.6 


1945-74,7 


1970-71 


26 


743-1625 


.457 








422-619 


.703 


308 


— 


_ 


544-24 


_ 


— 


105640.6 


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 








335484 


.705 


278 


— 


— 


513-11 


_ 


_ 


1066-38.1 


1931-69.0 


1974-75 


29 


916-2075 


.441 








331475 


.694 


355 








634-28 





— 


999-34.5 


2163-74.6 


1975-76 


28 


867-1954 


.444 








346477 


.725 


307 








575-25 


— 


— 


1024-36.6 


2080-74,3 


1976-77 


27 


804-1845 


.436 








393489 


.722 


299 


58 


202 


529-21 


— 


_ 


978-36.2 


2001-741 


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 


2164-698 


1981-82 


31 


666-1424 


.468 


_ 





372-548 


.679 


326 


80 


150 


581-30 








802-27.7 


1704-58,8 


1982-83 


29 


808-1783 


.453 






425-634 


.670 


385 


78 


144 


655-22 





— 


1022-34.1 


2141-71,4 


1983-84 


30 


889-1922 


.462 








373-537 


.694 


465 


66 


170 


644-32 


— 


_ 


996-31.1 


2151-67.2 


1984-85 


32 


981-2136 


.459 








440-637 


.691 


510 


84 


192 


681-26 


— 


_ 


1222-33.0 


2404-650 


1985-86 


33 


873-1820 


.480 








420-575 


.730 


457 


78 


187 


639-16 





— 


1017-30.0 


2166-65,6 


1986-87 


26 


728-1521 


.479 


113-245 


.561 


336491 


.684 


425 


61 


193 


497-12 


298 


520 


871-33.5 


1905-73,3 


1987-88 


31 


840-1744 


.482 


126-318 


.396 


421-589 


.715 


488 


60 


203 


567- 


347 


599 


1010-32.6 


2227-71,8 


1988-89 


29 


798-1722 


.463 


125-339 


.369 


431-615 


.701 


475 


72 


171 


531-13 


330 


604 


1024-34.6 


2152-74,2 


1989-90 


33 


911-2122 


.429 


175490 


.357 


566-811 


.698 


535 


103 


238 


692-25 


466 


676 


1244-37.7 


2563-77,7 


1990-91 


28 


817-1827 


.447 


161465 


.346 


427-631 


.677 


475 


128 


179 


595-18 


384 


645 


1114-39.8 


2222-79,4 


1991-92 


29 


829-1763 


.470 


164440 


.373 


467-729 


.641 


460 


152 


165 


612-18 


378 


656 


1130-39.0 


2289-78,9 


1992-93 


28 


813-1812 


.449 


163446 


.313 


437-661 


.661 


521 


170 


203 


544-17 


408 


694 


1186424 


2226-79,5 


1993-94 


30 


798-1846 


.432 


168-526 


.319 


433-640 


.640 


448 


145 


213 


632-17 


367 


687 


1148-38.3 


2197-73.2 


1994-95 


34 


923-2098 


.440 


241-685 


.352 


427-651 


.656 


511 


573 


220 


727-34 


398 


647 


1142-33.6 


2514-73,9 


1995-96 


30 


780-1730 


.451 


195-537 


.363 


533-731 


.729 


429 


155 


195 


594-21 


321 


693 


1114-37.1 


2288-76,3 


1996-97 


32 


752-1857 


.405 


195*01 


.325 


437-654 


.668 


425 


122 


229 


669-29 


335 


666 


1092-34.1 


2136-66,8 


1997-98 


32 


799-1957 


.408 


220-667 


.330 


488-740 


.660 


421 


113 


233 


638-33 


398 


721 


1209-37.8 


2306-72.1 


1998-99 


34 


772-1991 


.388 


213-703 


.303 


502-763 


.658 


447 


104 


279 


706-26 


410 


690 


1209-35.6 


2259-66.4 


1999-00 


35 


844-2098 


.402 


218-659 


.331 


480-705 


.681 


491 


140 


295 


650-14 


494 


802 


1296-37.0 


2386-68,2 


2000-01 


36 


888-2196 


.404 


242-705 


.343 


587-829 


.708 


444 


144 


262 


738-10 


507 


792 


1299-36.1 


2605-72,4 


2001-02 


36 


920-2304 


.399 


227-717 


.317 


485-712 


.681 


489 


128 


256 


741-15 


508 


839 


1347-37.4 


2552-70,9 


2002-03 


31 


704-1854 


.378 


208-646 


.322 


453-647 


.700 


399 


135 


217 


591-0 


430 


726 


1156-37.3 


2069-66,7 


2003-04 


32 


774-1910 


.405 


228-623 


.366 


532-739 


.720 


409 


141 


247 


696-26 


420 


813 


1233-38.5 


2308-72,1 


2004-05 


32 


854-2096 


.407 


239-695 


.344 


485-726 


.668 


447 


163 


267 


663-21 


467 


811 


1278-39.9 


2432-76,0 


2005-06 


32 


808-1938 


.417 


244*65 


.367 


492-717 


.686 


461 


149 


275 


650-19 


420 


738 


1158-36.2 


2352-73,5 



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2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACC.CHAItflPIONS*' 



27 SPORT 



ALL-TIME RESULTS 



Game-by-game results tor every Maryland basketball 
season since 1910-11. Mafyland was known as 
Maryland Agricultural College until 1915, and as 
Maryland Stale College from 1916-1919 Maryland's 
conference affiliatnns. Abantic Coast Conference since 
195J-54, and the Southern Conference from 1923-24 
to 1952-53 

An all-college basketball team was formed ir 1904-05, 
and played just two games. Due to a fire in 1 912 wtiich 
burnt the arynory and college gymnasJum. the leam 
that was fielded in 1913-14 did not have a regular 
home, practiced only three times all season and 
lost 16 games Another leam was not fielded unfit 
1918-19 

In 1918-19, Maryland Slate participated m the Distnct 
Intercollegiate Baskettiall League, in which all games 
were played at the Washington YMCA Another 
season would not be conducted until Maryland opened 
its new facility at The Gymnasium, mside Annapolis 
Hall, in 1923-24. It is considered to be the school's 
first "varsity" team 

Home games were played at The Gymnasium from 
1923-24 to 1930-31 Home games were played at 
Ritchie Coliseum from 1931-32 to 1954-55 Home 
games from 1955-56 through 2001-02 were played 
at Cole Field House Beginning in 2002-03, Maryland 
moved to Comcast Center. 
Maryland and opponent Associated Press rankings 
are m brackets - AP polls began in 194849- 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 



WashinotonYMCA 


L 


Carroll InsMe 


L 


No teams from 190546 through 1909-10 


1910-11 

Record: 3-9 H: 2-3 A: 1-6 


J8 New York University 


L 7-25 


J11 al Gallaudet 


L 30-58 


al Staunton Military 


L 24-58 


al Wastiinqton & Lee 


L 17-46 


J28 alVMI 


W 17-14 


J31 WasWnqton&Lee 


L 24-29 


at Delaware 


L 14-23 


Gallaudet 


L 27-54 


at Georgetown 


L 25-31 


Mount SI Joseph's 


W 22-20 


Catholic 


W 35-30 


atWidenerCollerge 


L 19-50 



No teams in 1911-12 and 1912-13 



1913-14 

Record: 0-16 H:0-5 A: 0-11 




J10 


Mount SI Joseph's L 




J14 


al Catholic L 




J17 


al Mount SlJosepli's L 




J21 


al Gallaudet L 


15-79 


J23 


atSlJohn's(Annapolis)L 


10-48 


J24 


al Loyola (Md.) L 




J28 


at Georgetown L 




J31 


Catholic L 




F3 


at Washington S Lee L 


8-63 


F4 


atVMI L 


344 


R 


at St John's (AnnapolisIL 


1M8 


F11 


George Washington L 




Ft4 


Gallaudet L 




F21 


Baltmore City College L 




F28 


at Widener College L 




m 


at Delaware L 





No teams from 1914-15 through 1916-17 

1918-19 

Record: 1-5 H:0^ A: M N: 1-5 



Jie Gallaudet' 


W 27-26 


J25 Catholic' 


L 7-25 


F1 George Washington ' 


L 11-25 


F15 Gallaudet' 


L 9-33 


M3 Catholic' 


L 12-14 


M8 George Washington' 


L 20-53 


1-at Washington YMCA 



No teams from 1919-20 to 1922-23 



H. BURTON 
SHIPLEY 




1923-24 

Record: 5-7 H: it A: 1-0 N: 1-1 



SC: 1-2. 11th place 




George Washington 


W 41-22 




Gallaudet 


W 42-28 




Catholic 


L 13-30 


F5 


• No. Carolina 


L 20-26 




' Virginia 


L 13-26 


F9 


at Richmond 


W 24-22 




Catholic 


L 14-20 




George Washington 


L 19-20 




• Washington & Lee 


W 22-21 




VMI 


L 12-21 




VMI' 


W 34-19 


F29 


Georgia' 


L 25-29 


1-SoCon Tournament alAtanta, Ga. 


1924-25 

Record: 12-5 H:7-2 A: 4-2 N:1-1 


SC:3-1.4thplaai 




•Wrginia 


W 24-18 




at Columbia 


W 24-23 




al Stevens Institute 


W 21-19 




aINaw 


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 




Washington College 


L 16-27 




at Phnceton 


L 24-38 




City College of NY 


W 22-16 




•South Carolina 


W 38-22 




•at Virginia 


W 36-25 


F26 


Alabama' 


W 27-21 


F27 


NC Stale' 


L 18-30 




Catholic 


W 27-17 


1-SoCon Toumament at Atlanta. Ga. 


1925-26 

Record: 14-3 H: 10-1 A: 4-1 N: 0-1 


SC: 7-1. 4th place 




■Washington 4 Lee 


W 40-27 




aINavy 


W 21-12 


J12 


Richmond 


W 30-14 




•at VMI 


W 30-21 


• at Washington & Lee W 33-20 




•at Virginia Tech 


W 19-17 




•at Virginia 


L 28-34 


F9 


•No. Carolina 


W 23-22 




WestViminia 


W 25-15 




Duke 


W 41-20 




•Virginia 


W 30-21 




Princeton 


W 32-26 




Gallaudet 


W 40-13 




Washington College 


W 30-26 




Stevens Instlute 


L 24-27 




•VinjiniaTeth 


W 30-14 


F26 


Mississippi ' 


L 19-22 


1-SoCon Tournament at Atlanta. Ga. 


1926-27 

Record: 10-10 H: 7-2 A: 3-7 N: 0-1 


SC:64.9thplac« 




atAmehcan 


L 16-21 




• Washington & Lee 


W 44-32 


J4 


al Michigan 


L 25-39 




•at Virginia 


L 17-22 




aINavy 


L 30-32 




Washington College 


L 18-22 




•Georgia 


W 34-33 




Gallaudet 


W 39-26 




Stevens Institute 


W 27-18 


R 


• No. Carolina 


W 28-20 


F8 


•No. Carolina 


L 23-32 


F9 


at Pennsylvania 


W 26-21 


•at Washington S Lee L 32-34 





•alVMI 


W 


32-15 




• Virginia (OT) 


W 


29-28 




•aINC State 


L 


23-38 




al Washington College L 


16-21 




Western Maryland 


W 


32-25 


F19 


• at No. Carolina 


W 


23-19 


F25 


Georgia ' 


L 


22-27 


1 -SoCon Toumament al Atlanta. Ga. 


1927-28 

Record: 144 H: 11-0 A: 34 


SC:8-1 


3rd place (tie) 






DI9 


• Washington & Lee 


W 


38-24 


J12 


•at Virginia Tech 


W 


29-20 


J13 


• al Washington S Lee W 


31-28 


J14 


•at VMI 


W 


23-9 


J18 


Gallaudet 


W 


45-20 


J19 


• Kentucky 


W 


37-7 


J20 


at Johns Hopkins 


L 


20-22 


J25 


St John's (Annapolis 


W 


25-22 


J27 


•Virginia 


W 


26-20 


J30 


Slevens Insttute 


W 


31-24 


F4 


aINavy 


L 


26-35 


F8 


at Pennsylvania 


L 


26-30 


F10 


•NC Slate 


W 


36-24 


F13 


•at Virginia 


L 


12-34 


F17 


Washington College 


W 


22-20 


F21 


Johns Hopkins 


W 


23-19 


F23 


•Virginia Tech 


W 


30-10 


F24 


Western Maryland 


W 


30-29 


1928-29 

Record: 79 H:3.5 A: 4-3 N:0-1 


SC: 2-5, 21sl place 


O20 


William 8, Mary 


W 


30-20 


D22 


at Pennsylvania 




1^30 


J9 


Randolph Macon 




20-33 


J15 


•at Virginia 


w 


30-22 


J18 


Johns Hopkins 




23-25 


J26 


St John's (Annapolis 


W 


20-18 


Fl 


•Virginia 




22-25 


F2 


• Washington S Lee 




2247 


F4 


• at Virginia Tech 




29-39 


F5 


•at VMI 


w 


30-27 


F6 


•at Washington &Le( 




1842 


F8 


• No. Carolina 




22-28 


F13 


aINavy 


w 


30-27 


F15 


Western Maryland 


w 


32-17 


F23 


al Johns Hopkins 


w 


19-18 


Ml 


Miss^ippi ' 


L 


35-37 


1 -SoCon Toumament at Atlanta, Ga 


1929-30 

Record: 16< H: 10-3 A: 6-2 N:0-1 


SC: 9-5. 10th place 


D13 


Williams Mary 


W 


27-23 


J9 


•Duke 


L 


27-28 


J11 


Catholic 


W 


37-30 


J14 


•Virginia 


W 


54-20 


J17 


Johns Hopkins 


W 


41-24 


J22 


aINavy 


W 


43-39 


J25 


•VinjiniaTech 


W 


44-27 


Fl 


•NC State 


L 


26-28 


F3 


■ Washington S Lee 


L 


25-29 


F6 


Westem Maryland 


W 


37-18 


F8 


• No. Carolina 


W 


36-33 


F11 


•at Virginia Tech 


W 


34-23 


F12 


•at VMI 


w 


44-25 


F13 


•al Washington & Let 


L 


21-36 


F15 


• Virginia 


w 


51-29 


F18 


• at NC State 


w 


21-19 


F19 


•at No. Carolina 


w 


29-22 


F20 


•at Duke 


L 


24-39 


F22 


at Johns Hopkins 


W 


39-24 


F22 


•VMI 


W 


39-21 


F25 


St John's (Annapolis) W 


42-25 


F28 


Kentucky' 


L 


21-26 


1-SoCon Toumament al Atlanta, Ga. 


1930-31 

Record: 184 H: 10-2 A: 4-2 N:M 


SC:8-1 

Champ 


2nd place. SoCon Toumament 
on 




J7 


Gallaudet 


W 


38-29 


J9 


•at VMI 


W 


35-18 


JIO 


•at Washington* Lee W 


36-21 


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 Virginia 


L 


31-34 



F3 


• Washington S Lee 


W 28-17 


F6 


al Catholic 


W 24-21 


FIO 


• No. Carolina 


W 33-31 


F11 


Washington College 


L 32-33 


F13 


• Virginia 


W 34-21 


F14 


Westem Maryland 


W 45-35 


F17 


St John's (Annapolis 


W 32-27 


F21 


aINavy 


L 33-36 


F25 


Johns Hopkins 


W 31-22 


F27 


Louisiana State ' 


W 37-33 


F28 


No. Carolina ' 


W 19-17 


M2 


Georgia ' 


W 26-25 


M3 


Kentucky ' 


W 29-27 


1-SoCon Toumament at Atlanta, Ga. 


1931-32 

Record: 164 H: 11-1 A: 5-2 N:0-1 


SC: 9-1, SoCon Regular Season Co-Champion 


D30 


at)/Visconsin 


L 30-32 


J11 


Loyola (Md) 


L 27-28 


J15 


• al Washington & Lee 


W 42-38 


J16 


•at VMI 


W 43-28 


J20 


Navy 


W 26-15 


J21 


• at Viniinia 


W 36-31 


J23 


al Johns Hopkins 


W 33-26 


J26 


•VMI 


W 38-20 


J30 


• Virginia Tech 


W 51-16 


F3 


Catholic 


W 39-34 


F6 


• No. Carolina 


W 26-25 


FIO 


Washington College 


W 36-16 


F12 


Westem Maryland 


W 25-15 


F13 


•Virginia 


W 46-18 


F15 


• Washington S Lee 


W 49-19 


F17 


St John's (Annapolis 


W 24-20 


F19 


• at No Carolina 


L 26-32 


F20 


• at Duke (OT) 


W 20-18 


F23 


Johns HopWns 


W 38-24 


F26 


Florida ' 


L 24-39 


1 -SoCon Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. 


1932-33 

Record; 11-9 H: 10-2 A: UN: 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 


•al Washington &LeE 


L 4043 


J18 


at Johns Hopkins 


L 27-37 


J21 


• Virginia Tech 


W 37-21 


J25 


at Catholic 


L 27-29 


J28 


aINavy 


L 21-59 


J31 


• at Virginia 


L 19-26 


F3 


• No. Carolina 


W 42-29 


F4 


Georgia 


L 3640 


F8 • 


Washington College 


W 35-27 


F9 


• Virginia 


W 37-28 


F11 


• Washirigtori & Lee 


W 46-28 


F14 


•VMI 


W 45-29 


F16 


St John's (Annapolis) 


W 34-22 


F18 


Westem Maryland 


W 37-32 


F22 


Johns Hopkins 


W 35-31 


F24 South Carolina ' L 28-65 
1-SoCon Toumament at Raleigh, N.C. (Memorial 
Auditorium) 


1933-34 

Record: ll-e H:94 A: 2-3 N:0-1 


SC: 6-1, 3rd 


place 




Die 


Michigan 


W 29-25 


D30 


Indiana 


L 17-30 


J5 


al West Virginia 


L 24-26 


J11 


•Duke 


W 37-33 


J13 


•at Virginia Tech 


W 29-24 


J20 


•Virginia Tech 


W 34-32 


J24 


at Johns Hopkins 


L 32-35 


J26 


•at Virginia 


W 43-20 


J30 


•No. Carolina 


L 24-28 


F2 


Catholic 


W 33-25 


F3 


at Navy 


L 2746 


F6 


•Virginia 


W 28-25 


F9 


Richmond 


L 3344. 


FIO 


Westem Maryland 


W 49-33 


F13 


•VMI 


W 36-27 


F15 


St John's (Annapolis) 


L 32-37 


F17 


Washington College 


W 44-33 


F21 


Johns Hopkins 


W 32-19 


Ml 


Washington & Lee ' 


L 3745 


1-SoCon Toumament at Raleigh, N.C 
Auditorium) 


. (Memonal 



1934-35 

Record: 8-10 H:6.8 A: 2-2 



SC: 4-3, 5th 


llace 




D20 


Indiana 


L 29-30 


D29 


Ohk) State 


W 5041 


J2 


West Virginia 


L 29-39 


J4 


• South Carolina 


W 35-21 


J8 


•VMI 


W 39-24 


J11 


■Duke 


L 3948 


J16 


Washington College 


W 43-27 


Jie 


•No. Carolina 


L 31-39 


J30 


at Navy 


L 3643 


F2 


• Virginia 


W 44-24 


F9 


Richmond 


L 26-56 


F12 


at Catholic 


L 2945 


F16 


• Washington i Lee 


L 29-33 


F20 


•at Virginia 


W 33-32 


F26 


al Johns Hopkins 


W 41-35 


M2 


SI John's [Annapolis] 


L 17-24 


M6 


Johns Hopkins 


W 52-25 


M11 


GeorgelowTi 


L 24-25 


1935-36 

Record: 14-6 H:9-3 A: 4-2 N:1-l 


SC: 4-3, 4th place 


J7 


•VMI 


W 44-29 


JIO 


•al Washington 8i Lee L 27-30 


J11 


•at VMI 


W 53-32 


J15 


aINavy 


W 32-20 


Jie 


RKhmond 


W 26-24 


J21 


Baltimore City College W 55-33 


J23 


Washington College 


W 46-34 


J25 


•No.Caroliria 


L 3244 


J30 


Wlliam&Mary 


W 41-39 


Fl 


•Duke 


W 38-34 


F6 


■Virginia 


W 40-3) 


FIO 


at West Virginia 


L 26-51 


F11 


■ Washington & Lee 


L 54-55 


F12 


St, John's (Annapolis 


W 40-28 


F15 


Catholic 


L 2940 


F18 


at Washington Colleg 


bW 56-30 


F19 


Johns Hopkins 


W 4540 


F21 


at Georgetown 


W 47-39 


M5 


Duke' 


W 47-35 


M6 


Washington i Lee ' 


L 32-38 


l-SoCon Toumament at Raleigh, N.C. (Memorial 
Auditonum) 


1936-37 

Record:8-12H:74A:1-7N:0-1 


SC:5<,10th 


place (tie) 




D17 


• at Richmond 


L 40-51 


J6 


Johns Hopkins 


W 54-31 


J8 


•at Washington SLee L 27-51 


J9 


•alVMI 


W 48-28 


J14 


Western Maryland 


W 48-36 


J16 


•Duke 


L 31-34 


J20 


Washington College 


W 41-20 


J23 


• Virginia 


W 37-23 


J28 


• at NC Stale 


L 33-35 


J29 


•at No. Carolina 


L 2441 


J30 


•at Duke 


L 30-34 


F3 


aINavy 


L 37-53 


F6 


• No Carolina 


L 3544 


F9 


•Williams Mary 


W 41-29 


F13 


■VMI 


W 45-28 


F18 


■ Washington & Lee 


L 3541 


F20 


Georgetown 


L 27-39 


F23 


at St John's (Annapolis)L 37-39 


F24 


•NC State 


W 41-35 


M4 


at NC State' 


L 3542 


1-SoCon Toumament at Raleigh, NC. (Memorial 
Auditorium) 


1937-38 

Record: 15-9 H: 10-3 A: 4-5 N: 1-1 


SC: 64. 7th place 


D16 


■ Richmond 


L 26-31 


D17 


Michigan 


L 2643 


J4 


at Baltimore City CollegeW 50-32 


J5 


Randolph Macon 


W 43-27 


J7 


■ at Washington & Lee 


L 29-31 


je 


■at VMI 


W 42-27 


J12 


at GeoKietown 


L 39-57 


J15 


■Duke 


W 40-35 


J27 


atVinjinia 


W 39-23 


J28 


■ at No. Carolina 


L 2443 


J29 


■ at Duke 


L 3444 


J31 


■ Wrginia Tech 


W 42-35 


F2 


aINavy 


L 34-37 


F3 


New Yorii University 


L 2742 






\ §. "f ^^ 









2006-07 MARYLAND 



F5 


■ Washinqion i Lee 


W 


36-32 


F10 


•Williams Mary 


W 


4S-38 


F11 


•VMI 


W 


43-33 


F12 


Catholic 


W 


49-33 


F16 


at \«ashira]ton College )/V 


43-42 


F19 


Dickinson Cdleqe 


W 


57-27 


F21 


Johns Hopkins 


W 


56-30 


F23 


SI. John's (Annapolis 


W 


38-29 


M4 


Tlie Citadel' 


W 


4543 


MS 


Duke' 


L 


32-35 


1-SoCon Tournament at Raleigh. N.C. (Memorial 
Auditorium) 


1938-39 

Recort:15-9 H:9-2 A:« N:2-1 


SC: 8-3, 2n(j place (lie). 
SoCon Tournament Ftnaiisl 


D13 


■ at Richmond 


L 


34-39 


015 


■ Clemson 


W 


45-35 


016 


■ Davidson 


W 


44-27 


J4 


at Pennsylvania 


L 


24-36 


J7 


at Army 


L 


25-45 


J11 


at Navy 


L 


37-47 


J13 


•Duke 


W 


37-34 


J14 


Hampden^ydriey 


W 


34-25 


J20 


• No. Carolina 


W 


34-32 


J2e 


Vrminia 


W 


31-21 


F2 


•at Duke 


W 


60-44 


F3 


• at No. Carolina 


W 


66-41 


F4 


■ at NC State 


L 


40-46 


F8 




L 


25-39 


F11 


■ l/Vashinqton S Lee 


W 


39-37 


F14 


•lAfilliamSMary 


L 


49-57 


F15 


at St. John's (Annapolis) W 48-20 


Fie 


•VMI 


W 


53-35 


F20 


at Catholic 


w 


40-3B 


F22 


at Geo. \/Vashington 


L 


24-37 


F24 


l/VashingtonCollepe 


W 


47-37 


M2 


Richmond ' 


w 


47-32 


M3 


at NC State' 


w 


53-29 


M4 


Clemson ' 


L 


27-39 


1-SoCon Tournament at Raleigh. N.C. (Memorial 
Auditorium) 


1939-40 

Record: 14-9 H;9-2 A: 4^ N: 1-1 


SC: 7-5, 5111 


place 






012 


)«estem Maryland 


w 


48-32 


D14 


Randolph Macon 


w 


47-16 


J1 


• Clemson 


w 


53-26 


J3 


at Pennsylvania 


L 


34-41 


J4 


at Rutgers 


W 


51-39 


J5 


at Rhode Island 


L 


53-59 


J9 


•Duke 


w 


32-30 


J13 


■Richmond 


W 


35-19 


J17 


at Geomelown 


w 


28-27 


J19 


•VrrginiaTedi 


w 


4941 


J20 


•\ArashingtonSLee 


L 


2544 


J26 


• at NC State 


w 


43-36 


J27 


• at Clemson 


L 


3048 


J29 


•at South Carolina 


L 


30-33 


J30 


•at Duke 


L 


3748 


F3 


Johns Hopkins 


W 


49-36 


R 


•at VMI 


W 


60-33 


F8 


•at Washington* Lee L 


19-39 


F17 


Catholic 


W 


46-31 


F20 


•VMI 


w 


27-25 


F22 


George Washington 


L 


2644 


F28 


Washington S Lee ' 


W 


43-30 


Ml 


Ouke' 


L 


3244 


1-Southem Conference Tournament at Raleigh. 
NC (MemonalAudilonum) 


1940-41 

Record; 1-21 H: 1-10 A: 0-11 


SC: 0-13, 15Di place 


D14 


• Richmond 




3648 


D17 


at Johns Hopkins 




24-38 


019 


• Clemson 




3448 


J8 


at Pennsylvania 




3243 


J11 


•Duke 




2640 


J14 


•at Washington S Lee L 


41-59 


J15 


•at VMI 




30*t 


J17 


at Georgetown 




34-51 


J24 


•No. Carolina 




36-55 


J31 


• at Richmond 




17-38 


F1 


•at Duke 




1743 


F3 


•at No. Carolina 




2944 


F5 


at Navy 




27-52 


F6 


at Virgin^ 




1W7 


F8 


•WashinqtonSiLee 




1542 


F10 


atGeo.)«ashin<iton 




28*1 


F14 


•WiiriamSMarv 




40-58 


F15 


Connecticut 




43-52 


F18 


•VMI 




2741 


F19 


Rutgers 




45-50 


F21 


• Viminia Tech 




3948 


F22 


Washington College 


W 


26-18 



1941-42 

Recortl:7-15 H:4-5 A: 3-10 



SC:M. 12th Place (te) 


013 


• at Richmond 


W 41-23 


016 


•at William SMaiy 


L 34-39 


019 


atWestViminia 


L 36« 


D30 


atSetonHall 


L 15-59 


031 


at City College of NY 


L 40-57 


J2 


at St. John's 


L 48-64 


J9 


atVitginia 


W 35-34 


J10 


•at Duke 


L 33-37 


J16 


Washington College 


W 28-25 


J21 


at Georgetown 


W 5142 


J24 


• Geonje Washington 


L 2947 


J29 


Virginia 


W 36-26 


F2 


•at VMI 


L 4146 


F3 


•at Washington & Lee 


L 44-52 


F7 


•Washington 8 Lee 


L 28-30 


F11 


at Navy 


L 47-61 


F13 


•Williams Mary 


W 42-32 


F14 


West Virginia 


L 2741 


F18 


at Army 


L 3244 


F20 


•No. Carolina 


L 30-34 


F25 


•Duke 


L 46«4 


F27 


•VMI 


W 39-36 


1942-43 

Record: 8-8 H: 5-3 A: 3-5 


SC: 5-5. 91h 


jiace 




D10 


• Rrchmond 


W 32-28 


J1 


• No. Carolina 


W 4740 


J9 


Virginia 


W 5349 


J13 


at Pennsylvania 


L 49-51 


J15 


•at Washington S Lee 


L 40-50 


J16 


•at VMI 


L 34-35 


J23 


• at Geo. Washington 


L 4348 


J30 


at Navy 


W 63-54 


F6 


at Army 


L 4044 


F12 


•Duke 


L 4346 


F13 


•Washington 4 Lee 


W 55-35 


F15 


atVin^inia 


W 5642 


F16 


•at No. Carolina 


W 40-31 


F20 


Georgetown 


L 3646 


F23 


•Williams Mary 


W 51-36 


F25 


•VMI 


L 35J6 


1943-44 

Record: 4-14 H: 3-6 A: 1-7 N: 0-1 


SC: 2-1. 4th 


place 




D11 


Quantico Marines 


L 33-59 


017 


Marshall 


L 3946 


021 


Bainbndge Navy 


L 20-52 


J8 


at Virginia 


L 20-52 


J15 


•VMI 


W 43-36 


J22 


Hampden-Sydney 


L 43-51 


J24 


at Bainbndge Navy 


L 25-78 


J26 


Fort Belvoir 


L 29-60 


J29 


Catholic 


W 33-31 


F5 


Virginia 


L 2649 


F8 


at Catholic 


L 33-53 


F9 


WoodrowGen.HospilalW 48-26 


F12 


•at Richmond 


L 34-65 


F18 
25-35 


at Woodrow Gen. Hospital L 


F19 


•at VMI 


W 31-29 


F24 


at NC State' 


L 2342 


F26 


at Navy 


L 35«9 


Ml 


atAnny 


L 22-85 


1-SoCon Tournament at Raleigh. N.C. (Memorial 
Auditorium) 


1944-45 

Record: 214 H: 1-5 A: 1-8 N:0-1 


SC: 2-5, 9th 


place 




D21 


Gallaudet 


L 26-27 


J5 


•at No. Carolina 


L 28-53 


J6 


•at Duke 


L 24-51 


J8 


• at NC Stale 


L 3246 


J10 


at Navy 


L 33-70 


J13 


•VMI 


W 46-28 


J18 


Marine Corps Institute L 34-50 


J20 


• NC State 


L 42-57 


J27 


Hampden-Sydney 


L 4243 


F3 


atViniinia 


L 26-57 


F5 


•at VMI 


L 27-35 


F10 


Virginia 


L 3^61 


F17 


•at Williams Mary 


W 5346 


F22 


Ouke' 


L 49-76 


F27 
41-54 


at U.S. Merchant Mannes L 


F28 


atAnny 


L 34-54 


1-SoCon Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. (Memorial 
Auditorium) 



1945-46 

Record: 9-12 H: 64 A: 1-7 N:0-1 



SC: 54. 5th Place 


D18 


Marine Corps Institute W 6146 


D20 


Marshall 


L 43-50 


021 


Quantico Marines 


L 47-50 


J4 


• at Duke 


L 25-59 


J5 


• at NC State 


W 47-39 


J7 


• at No. Carolina 


L 28*t 


J16 


at Navy 


L 3544 


J19 


• NC Slate 


W 37-33 


J23 


atViminla 


L 4548 


J25 


•Duke 


W 43-38 


J26 


Hampden-Sydney 


W 35-32 


F2 


•Geome Washington 


W 48-35 


F8 


• No. Carolina 


L 31-33 


F9 


Virginia 


W 37-36 


FM 


U.S. Merchant MaririesW 43-39 


F16 


• Richmond 


W 37-31 


F20 


•at Williams Mary 


L 3642 


F23 


West Virginia 


L 33-35 


F26 
3148 


at U S Merchant Marines L 


F27 


at Army 


L 25-52 


Ml 


No. Carolina ' 


L 27-54 


1-Southem Conference Tournament at Raleigh, 
N.C. (Memonal Auditorium) 


1946-47 

Record: 14-10 H:9-3 A:M N:0-1 


SC: 9-5. 5th place 


014 


at West Virginia 


L 43-81 


017 


Westem Maryland 


W 49-39 


018 


Johns Hopkins 


W 41-36 


J3 


at Quantico Mannes 


W 6248 


J4 


•at No Carolina 


L 42-58 


J8 


• Richmond 


L 3941 


J10 


• George Washington 


W 4443 


J16 


• at Washington 8 Lee W 65-60 


J17 


•at Virginia Tech 


W 5749 


J18 


•at VMI 


W 61-50 


J22 


at Navy 


L 27-55 


J24 


• No. Carolina 


W 61-57 


J31 


• Washington 8 Lee 


W 59-50 


F4 


Georgetown 


W 5549 


F10 


■ Geonie Washington 


L 48*3 


F15 


• at Richmond 


L 49-68 


F17 


•Virginia Tech 


W 5542 


F18 


•Ouke 


L 3840 


F19 


at US, Meniiant Marines L 47-73 


F24 


atAmiv 


W 57-54 


F26 


•The Citadel 


W 5240 


M1 


•VMI 


W 5345 


M12 


at Pennsylvania 


L 54-80 


Ml 3 


NC Slate ' 


L 43-55 


1-SoCon Tournament at Durham, 
Indoor Stadium) 


N.C. (Ouke 



FLUCIE 
STEWART 



jM^Jk 



3 Seasons 
194748(0 
ol 1949-50 
Rec: 27-48 
Conf.; 22-27 



1947-48 

Record: 11-14 H:64 A: 5-9 N:0-1 



SC: 9-7. 4th 


place 




Oil 


at Westem Maryland 


W 63-58 


012 


Loyola (Md.) 


L 52-63 


016 


• Davidson 


W 59-58 


017 


•at Washington 8 Lee 


L 64-70 


D18 


•at VMI 


W 5346 


020 


at Johns Hopkins 


W 64-53 


J3 


•at No. Carolina 


L 46-70 


J5 


•at Duke 


L 42-53 


J7 


at Geonjetown 


L 40-52 


J10 


■ Clemson 


W 4942 


J12 


at Viniinia 


L Uii 


J14 


at Navy 


L 47-51 


J16 


•South Carolina 


W 68-54 


J17 


•VMI 


W 6348 


J31 


atArniy 


L 4448 


R 


• Washington S Lee 


W 64-38 


F11 


• at Geo. Washington 


L 49-65 


F13 


• No. Carolina 


L 47-51 


F16 


Virginia 


L 56^ 


F19 


• Richmond 


W 60-53 


F21 


• at South Carolina 


W 54-53 


F23 


• at Clemson 


W 63-«1 


F26 


• at Richmond 


L 62-64 



Ml 


• George Washington 


L 35-59 


M4 


Davidson ' 


L 51-58 


1-SoCon Tournament at Durham, 
Indoor Stadium) 


N.C. (Ouke 


1948-49 

Record: 9-18 H: 4-5 A: 5-11 N: 0-2 


SC: 8-7. 7th place 


04 


at Temple 


L 49-67 


09 


■ Virginia Tech 


W 60-51 


Oil 


at Loyola (Md.) 


L 75-77 


013 


• Richmond 


L 45-54 


016 


Virginia 


L 47-53 


018 


•Clemsori 


W 74-50 


J3 


•at No. Carolina 


L 47-55 


J4 


• Oavidsori ' 


L 49-52 


J7 


atVinjinia 


L 43-79 


J10 


at Georgetown 


L 51-53 


J12 


at Pennsylvania 


L 67-81 


J22 


at Navy 


L 46-52 


J26 


• George Washington 


L 54*6 


J28 


atMiami-OH 


W 4342 


J29 


at Miami-OH 


L 48-58 


F2 


at Cincinnati' 


L 33-70 


F4 


•at VMI 


W 5345 


F5 


• at Washington 8 Lee W 66*0 


F8 


• South Carolina 


W 7949 


Fit 


• No. Carolina 


L 52-66 


F17 


Georgetown 


L 52-56 


F19 


• at South Carolina 


W 57-56 


F20 


•at Clemson 


L 4948 


F24 


• at Richmond 


W 66-51 


F26 


• at Geo. Washington 


L 42-61 


F28 


•VMI 


W 70-55 


M3 


No Carolina ■ 


L 61-79 


1 -at Chartottesville, Va. (Memorial Gymnasium); 2-at 
Cincinnat. Ohio (Music Hall): 3-SoCon Toumament 
at Ourtiam. N C (Ouke Indoor Stadium) 


1949-50 

Record: 7-18 H: 6-6 A: 1-12 


SC: 5-13. )3th place 


03 


•at Virginia Tech 


L 57-63 


05 


at Tennessee 


L 40*1 


06 


at Viroinia 


L 56-66 


D10 


• Washington 8 Lee 


W 6546' 


014 


at Pennsylvania 


L 52-54 


016 


• Clemson 


L 55*0 


017 


at Navy 


L 62-75 


019 


Ohio Wesleyan 


L 71-75 


J2 


• at No Carolina 


L 53-55 


J3 


•at Ouke 


L 46-58 


J7 


at Georgetown 


W 71-65 


J10 


•lAfflliamSMary 


L 52-56 


J12 


• at Richmond 


L 49-59 


J14 


•George Washington 


L 51-72 


J21 


•at William 8 Mary 


L 56*4 


Ft 


•VMI 


W 65-53 


F3 


•No, Carolina 


L 56*9 


F6 


•at VMI 


L 61-62 


F10 


•Duke 


W 67-57 


F13 


• South Carolina 


L 5fr61 


F14 


Virginia 


W 70-52 


F18 


• Davidson 


W 6441 


F21 


• Richmond 


W 6748 


F24 


• at South Carolina 


L 44-59 


F25 


• al Clemson 


L 68-70 



BUD 
MILLIKAN 




1950-51 

Record: 16-11 H:10-3 A: 5-7 N: 1-1 



SC:11-8.8lhplare 


01 


Virginia 


W 59-57 


D6 


at Pennsylvania 


L 65-74 


Oil 


• William 8 Mary 


W 4841 


013 


at Virginia 


W 4643 


018 


•WashingtoriSLee 


W 5243 


D19 


Rutgers 


W 5145 


J2 


•at No. Carolina 


W 67-59 


J6 


•at Richmond 


W 4842 


J10 


at Navy 


L 47-51 


J13 


Georgetown 


W 5847 


J15 


• Virgiriia Tech 


L 57*6 


J20 


• No. Caroliria 


W 56-55 


F1 


• at Oavidsori 


W 57-55 



F2 




• al South Carolina 


L 43-70 


F3 




• at Clemson 


L 44-50 


R 




•atWashnqlonSLee 


L 6543 


F8 




•at VMI 


W 4641 


F12 




•South Carolina 


W 47-37 


F14 




•WestViroinia 


L 64-70 


F16 




•Duke 


L 4049 


F17 




•at William 8 Mary 


L 50-55 


F19 




• Clemson (CT) 


W 54-50 


F21 




• Richmond 


W 42-33 


F23 




•at Geo. Washington 


L 4747 


F24 




•VMI 


W 6546 


Ml 




Clemson ' 


W 5048 


M2 


181 


at NC Stale' 


L 45-54 


1-SoCon Toumament al Raleigh, N.C 
Coliseum) 


(Reynolds 


1951-52 

Record: 13-9 H:8-1 A: 5-7 N:0-1 


SC:9-5.6lhp 


ace (tie) 




02 




at Virginia 


W 5942 


05 




• Washington S Lee 


W 71-51 


08 




at Pennsylvania 


L 52-53 


012 




•William 8 Mary 


W 54-53 


015 




■al West Virginia 


L 36-39 


018 




•alVMI 


W 57-39 


019 




•al Washington S Lee W 5143 


J3 




•at No. Carolina 


L 47-51 


J5 




alNavy 


W 4845 


J7 




Virginia 


W 63-53 


J10 




Georgetown 


W 5540 


J12 




at Rutger; 


L 55*1 


J18 




• No. Carolina 


W 7141 


F9 




•VMI 


W 6446 


F14 




•Richmond 


W 5545 


F16 




•at William 8 Mary 


L 66-71 


F18 




•at Duke 


L 51-56 


F21 




at Georgetown 


L 61-71 


F27 




•atRichriWrid 


W 54-50 


F29 




• George Washington 


L 56-57 


Ml 




• Davidson 


W 7148 


M6 


1121 


Ouke' 


L 48-51 


1-SoCon Tournament at Raleigh, N.C, (Reynolds 
Coliseum) 


1952-53 

Record: 154 H:8-2 A: 6-5 N:1-1 


SC: 12-3. 2nd 


place (He) 




02 




Virginia 


W 7141 


04 




•William 8 Mary 


W 6441 


D6 




at Pennsylvania 


L 53-70 


013 




•Wesll^rginia 


W 5245 


017 




•alVMI 


W 54-37 


018 




•at Washington 8 Lee W 5640 


J3 




•at No. Carolina 


L 49-59 


J5 




atViroinia 


W 59-56 


J8 




• at Richmond (OT) 


W 63*0 


J10 




Georoetown 


L 45-54 


J12 




•ViroiniaTech 


W 6546 


J17 




■ No. Carolina 


W 6846 


F3 




■alG. Washington (20T)L 62*3 


F6 




•at Virginia Tech 


W 70-56 


F9 




■ Richmond 


L 4649 


F12 




•VMI 


W 6741 


F14 




•Washington 8 Lee 


W 87-56 


F17 




•at William 8 Mary 


W 79-57 


F19 




at Georgetown 


L 4849 


F21 




at Navy 


L 47-51 


F24 




• Geo. Washington 


W 66-53 


M5 




Ouke' 


W 7445 


M6 




Wake Forest (OT)' 


L 5941 


1-SoCon ToumamenI at Raleigh, N,C. (Reynolds 
Coliseum) 


19 

Reco 


53-! 

rd; 23-7 
7-2 2n 


54 

H:9-2 A: 114 N:3-1 




ACC 


1 place 




Postseason: AP No. 20 


03 




■ at South Carolina 


W 5349 


04 




■ at Clemson 


W 8141 


05 




■ al Wake Forest 


L 54-71 


08 




at William 8 Mary 


W 69-54 


014 




al West Virginia 


L 7147 


017 




Viniinia Tech 


W 60-52 


018 




• South Carolina 


W 7948 


O30 




Arizona Stale ' 


W 65-50 


031 




Evansville ' 


W 66-58 


J2 




at Kentucky Wesleyan' 


W 54-37 


J4 




at Richmond 


W 7244 


J5 




•Virginia 


W 7044 


J6 




• Clemson 


W 79-54 


J9 




alGeonictowr(OT) 


L 56-58 


J11 




Richmond 


L 71-73 


J15 




W 68*1 


J18 




•atWrginia 


W 70-56 


.130 


|13] 


at Tampa 


W 61-51 


F1 


|131 


at Miami 


W 63-57 


F4 


|131 


at Washington 8 Lee 


W 51-25 


F5 


1131 


at Virginia Tech 


W 5441 



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27 SPORT 



FH im 




Washinqton & Lee 


W 7643 


F13 [1111161 


at Navy (OT) 


W 61-60 


F15 (111 




•Wake Forest 


W 74-53 


F16 [111(141 


•Duke 


L 61-68 


F18 im 




Georgetown 


W 53-50 


F23 (111 (81 at Geo. Washington 


L 57-70 


F25 (111 




William i Maty 


W 74-55 


M4 (171 




Clemson ' 


W 75-59 


M5 (171 




Wake Forest (OT)-" 


L 5M4 


1 -AJJ-American Crty Tournament at OwenstMfO. Ky. ; 
2-ACC ToumamenI at Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds 
Coliseum) 


1954-55 

Record: 17-7 H:7-2 A: 74 N:3-1 


ACC: 1(M. M 


place 




D4 




Geonjetown 


W 6043 


D7 


17] 


•Duke 


W 4947 


D10 


'71 


•Wake Forest (OT) 


L 5M2 


D14 




•at Virginia 


W 72-69 


D17 




•at Duke 


L 61-68 


D18 




• at No Carolina 


W 7^60 


D27 




Texas Tech 


W 58-54 


D28 




Rhode Island ' 


W 83« 


D30 




Cincinnati ' 


W 78-61 


J4 [111 




• South Carolina 


W 68-51 


J6 (111 




• Virginia 


W 78-65 


J8 (111 




• at Clemson 


W 71-63 


jio mi 




• at South Carolina 


W 68-52 


J13 1111 121 


• NC Slate 


W 6ft64 


J18 181 191 


at Geo Washington 


L 53-75 


J29 (81 




at Navy 


W 60-54 


F5 (121 




at William & Mary 


W 67-62 


F8 1111 16] George Washington 


L 67-73 


F12 1111 




■ No Carolina 


W 63^1 


F15 1111 




• Clemson 


W 6M6 


F19 (111 [71 


• at NC State 


L 58-78 


F21 (111 




•at Wake Forest 


L 71-75 


F25 (171 




at Geonqetown (20T) 


W 5749 


M3 1181 




Virginia (OT) • 


L 67-68 


1-AII-Amencan City Tournament at Owenstwro. Ky ; 
2-ACC Tournament at Raleigh. N.C. (Reynolds 

Coliseum) 


1955-56 

Record: 14-10 H:9-5 A: 54 N:0-1 


ACC: 7-7. 51h 


place 




D2 




■ Virginia 


W 67-55 


D8 




William & Mary 


W 52-51 


DtO 




•Wake Forest 


W 61-51 


D15 


121 Kentucky 


L 61-62 


D17 


111 


•No Carolina 


L 62-68 


029 


161 Michiqan State' 


L 75-95 


D30 




St Francis • 


W 7M6 


J4 




• South Carolina 


W 76-57 


J5 


[71 George Washington 


W 6248 


J7 




• at Clemson 


W 71-63 


J9 




• at South Carolina 


W 59-53 


J12 


PI 


•NC Stale 


L 64-73 


J14 


|61 


• at Duke 


L 62-76 


J18 


|91 


•at No Carolina 


L 5M4 


J21 




at Georgetown (OT) 


W 62-57 


F4 




Navy 


W 8^61 


F7 


|81 


•Duke 


L 70-82 


F11 


191 


al Geo. Washington 


W 6746 


F14 




•Clemson 


W 81-69 


F18 


|51 


•alNC State 


W 71-62 


F20 




•at Wake Forest 


L 60-76 


F23 




•at Virginia 


L 60-73 


F25 




Georgetown 


W 72-61 


Ml 


1111 


Duke' 


L 69-94 


l-Mid-Winter Festival at College Park. Md. (Cole 
Field House). 2-ACC Toumament at Raleigh. N.C. 
(Reynolds Coliseum) 


1956-57 

Record: 16-10 H: 8-2 A: 5-6 N:3-2 


ACC: 9-5, 2nc 


place 




D1 




• at Virginia 


W 67-63 


D6 




Fordham 


L 62-68 


D10 




•Wake Forest 


W 59-53 


D15 


|31 


at Kentucky 


L 55-76 


D17 


|61 


• at No Carolina 


L 61-70 


D30 




Montana State 


W 89-72 


D31 




New Mexico AiM 


L 4145 


J1 




Virginia ' 


W 43-39 


J4 




• at Clemson 


W 59-52 


J5 




•al South Carolina 


L 6M8 


JIO 


[15 


•Duke 


W 62-51 


J12 




al Geo. Washington 


W 6848 


J14 




• South Carolina 


W 66-59 


J16 




Georgetown 


W 82-69 


J19 




■ NC State 


W 79^ 


J31 


[19 


• at Duke 


L 60-72 


F2 




George Washington 


W 84-67 


F5 


|1 


•No Carolina (20T) 


L 61-65 


F12 




•Vrginia 


W 85«) 


F16 




• at NC State 


W 5649 


F18 


|17 


•at Wake Forest 


L 58*2 



F23 


alNavy 


L 55-56 


F25 


• Clemson 


W 74*5 


F27 


at Georgetown 


W 62-59 


M7 


Vrglnia' 


W 71-68 


M8 


South Carolina ' 


L 64-74 


1-AII-Amencan City Toumament at Owensboro, 
Ky: 2-ACC ToumamenI at Raleigh, NC, (Reynolds 
Coliseum) 


1957-58 

Record: 22-7 H: 10-1 A; 54 N:6-2 


ACC: 9-5, 4th place, ACC Toumament Champion 


Postseason: NCAA East Region 3nl place, AP 
No, 6, UPI No, 6 


D4 


George Washington 


W 64-55 


D7 


at Fordham 


W 61-58 


D9 


Kentucky 


W 71-62 


D13 


•Wake Forest 


W 72-58 


D18 (61 


Navy 


W 88-58 


028 [61 


Vanderbilt' 


W 71-56 


O30 161 


Memphis State (30T1 


L 4647 


J3 171 


• at South Carolina 


W 72-59 


J4 [71 


• at Clemson 


L 66-73 


J8 1111 


•Duke 


W 7449 


J11 (111 131 


• No, Carolina 


W 74*1 


J14 181 


at Georgetown 


W 5545 


J20 1811201 


•NC Stale 


L 48-57 


F1 (91 


at Navy 


W 64-51 


F7 (81 


•at Virginia 


W 87-66 


F8 (81 


•at Wake Forest 


W 7467 


F13 [91 


• Clemson 


W 72-54 


F15 1911101 


• at NC Stale (30T) 


L 64^9 


F18 1141 


•Vinfinia 


W 69-56 


F21 1141 (71 


•at Duke 


L 59*8 


F22 114(1161 


• al No Carolina 


L 59*6 


F26 1171 


Georgetown 


W 5646 


Ml 1171 


• South Carolina 


W 99-59 


MS 1171 


Virginia • 


W 7^66 


M7 (171 161 


DukelOT)' 


W 71*5 


M8 11711131 


No Caralina ' 


W 86-74 


Mil (61 


Boston College ' 


W 86*3 


M14 (61 (51 Temple' 


L 67-71 


M15 161 


Manhattan' 


W 59-55 



1-Sugar Bowl Toumament at New Orleans, La. 
(Loyola Field House); 2-ACC Tournament al 
Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum), 3-NCAA East 
Region First Round at New York. N Y. (Madison 
Square Garden), 4-NCAA East Regional at Ctiar- 
lotte, N C (Charlotte Coliseum) 



1958-59 

Record: 10-13 H:7-3 A: 2-8 N: 1-2 


ACC: 7-7, 3rd 


place (be) 




03 




•NC State 


L 5M5 


06 






L 62-66 


O10 




•Virginia 


W 63-56 


015 


[21 


at Kentucky (OT) 


L 56-58 


017 




Navy 


L 50-53 


020 




•Wake Forest 


W 68*5 


029 


17] Mississippi Slate ' 


L 45-56 


030 




Loyola (Md,)' 


W 54-50 


J7 




•Ouke 


W 64-31 


J9 




•al South Carolina 


W 5941 


JIO 




•alOemson 


L 46-55 


J14 




Geomelown 


W 61-53 


J17 




•at Ouke 


L 69-78 


F4 


I2| 


• at No, Camlina 


L 57-64 


F7 




•at Wake Forest 


L 53-56 


F10 




G, Washington (OT) 


L 65*6 


F14 


161 


■aINC Slate 


L 37-53 


F16 




• Clemson 


W 77-58 


F18 




•at Virginia 


L 50*2 


F21 


I'l 


• No Carolina 


W 69-51 


F25 




at Georgetown 


W 67-56 


F27 




• South Carolina 


W 7545 


M5 




Vrginia ' 


L 65*6 


1-Sugar Bowl Toumament at New Orleans. La, 
(Loyola Field House), 2-ACC Tournament al 
Raleigh, N,C (Reynolds Coliseum) 


1959-60 

Record: 15-8 H:8-2 A: 7-5 N:0-1 


ACC: 9-5. 3rd 


place 




D3 




al Geo Washington 


W 64-57 


D9 




• Virginia 


W 71W2 


014 




Geonietown 


W 5948 


018 




■Wake Forest 


L 47-54 


028 


191 


Indiana ' 


L 63-72 


029 




Fordham' 


W 76-54 


J4 




Yale 


W 10J*0 


J8 




•South Carolina 


W 85-52 


J13 




al Georgetown 


L 51-66 


J16 




•at Ouke 


W 5648 


J18 




•NC State 


W 63-53 


J20 




at Navy 


W 51-50 


F3 


[171 


• No Carolina 


L 66-75 


F6 




•at Wake Forest 


L 64« 


F10 




•atViminia 


W 4443 


F13 




• at NC State 


i 4648 



F15 




• Clemson 


W 70-55 


F18 




•Ouke 


W 71*1 


F20 




G Washington (OT) 


W 86-*4 


F23 




■al No Carolina 


L 64-81 


F26 




•at Clemson (2 OT) 


W 66-59 


F27 




• at South Carolina 


W 72-55 


M3 




at NC Slate- 


L 58-74 


1-Blue Grass Festval al Louisville, Ky (Kentucky 
Slate Fairgrounds Pavilion); 2-ACC Toumament at 
Raleigh, NC (Reynolds Coliseum) 


1960-61 

Record: 14-12 H: 9-2 A 3-8 N:2-2 


ACC: 6*. 5th 


place 




D1 




Penn Stale 


W 6447 


D3 




•alVrginia 


W 57-52 


06 




George Washington 


W 80-68 


O10 




at Minnesota 


W 64-53 


014 (121 


at Georgetown 


W 78-67 


017 (121 


•Wake Forest 


L 60-72 


029 


[111 


No, Carolina ' 


L 57-81 


030 


[10] 


al NC State ' 


L 67-75 


031 




Wyoming ' 


W 84-77 


J7 




• South Carolina 


W 72-58 


J11 




Georoetown 


W 5547 


J14 


181 


•alDuke 


L 62-70 


J16 


171 


< No, Carolina 


L 52-58 


J18 




Navy 


W 63*2 


J21 




•NC Slate 


W 75-57 


F2 


|51 


• at No, Carolina 


L 56*3 


F4 




•at Wake Forest 


L 69-78 


F10 




• at Clemson 


L 59-76 


F11 




• at South Carolina 


L 61-64 


F13 




• at NC Slate 


L 66*3 


F16 


131 


•Duke 


W 76-71 


F18 




al Geo Washinqton 


L US3 


F22 




■Virginia 


W 77*2 


F25 




■ Clemson (OT) 


W 82-80 


M2 




Clemson' 


W 91-75 


M3 




WakeForesl' 


L 76-98 


1-Dixie Classic al Raleigh. NC, (ReynoWs Coli- 
seum), 2-ACC Tournament at Raleigh, N,C, 
(Reynolds Coliseum) 


1961-62 

Record: 6-17 H:4* A:4* N:0-3 


ACC: 3-11.711 


place 




02 




at Penn Slate 


L 65-71 


D6 




Georoetown (20T) 


L 78-79 


D12 




■NC Stale (OT) 


L 68-73 


D15 




Minnesota 


W 75*9 


D16 


|31 


■ Wake Forest 


W 79*2 


D18 




• al Virginia 


W 91-70 


D29 




Mississippi Stale ' 


L 62*4 


O30 




Louisville ' 


L 64*3 


J3 




at Geo, Washington 


W 67-56 


J6 




• South Carolina 


L 77-86 


JIO 




al Georgetown 


W 83-70 


J13 


[10| 


•at Ouke 


L 68« 


J16 






W 81-67 


J20 




•alNC Slate 


L 61*8 


J22 




at Miami 


W 71-68 


F3 




at Navy 


L 58^7 


F6 




• No Carolina 


W 7M2 


F9 




• al South Carolina 


L 68*5 


FIG 




■al Clemson 


L 61-73 


F13 


[71 


■Ouke 


L 53-79 


F17 




■al Wake Forest 


L 78-81 


F19 




■at No Carolina 


L 67-70 


F21 




■Virginia 


L 68-72 


F24 




■ Clemson 


L 68-75 


M1 


181 


Ouke' 


L 58-71 


1-Sugar Bowl Toumament at New Orleans, La 
(Loyola Field House), 2-ACC Tournament at 
Raleigh, N C (Reynolds Coliseum) 


1962-63 

Record: 8-13 H:S* A:J* N:0-1 


ACC: 4-10, 61h place (te) 


01 




Penn State 


L 61-62 


04 




at Georgetown 


L 70-79 


09 


[21 


■at Duke 


L 56-92 


Oil 




■NC State (OT) 


L 74-76 


015 




■at Virginia 


W 67*1 


019 




■ Wake Forest 


L 74-85 


J5 




■ South Carolina 


W 68*3 


J7 






W 74-72 


J12 




Navy 


W 67*1 


J14 


[101 


■ No, Carolina 


L 56-78 


J19 




■aINC Stale 


L 59-79 


F1 




at Geo, Washington 


W 68*7 


F4 




Georgetown 


W 73-72 


R 




■al No, Carolina 


L 68-82 


F9 




■al Clemson 


L 6^62 


F11 




■al South Carolina 


W 5144 


F14 




■al Wake Forest 


L 54-75 


F16 




■ Viroinia 


L 69-71 


F19 


(2' 


■Ouke 


L 70-76 


F23 




•Clemson 


W 69^7 



F28 




Wake Forest ' 


L 41-80 


1-ACC ToumamenI al Raleigh, NC 
Coliseum) 


(Reynolds 


1963-64 

Record: 9-17 H: 54 A: 2-10 N 
5-9. 6lh place 


2-3 ACC; 


02 




■Viroinia 


W 68-58 


04 




at Georgetown 


L 72-83 


07 




at Penn Slate 


L 62-91 


010 




■NC Slate 


W 72*2 


014 




West Virginia 


W 74-72 


016 




• Clemson 


W 5648 


D20 




Tennessee ' 


L 59-70 


D21 




Louisiana Slate ' 


W 75*5 


D27 




Arizona' 


L 54-57 


028 




Columbia' 


W 82-76 


J6 




■South Carolina (OT) 


L 69-73 


J11 




at Navy 


L 55^ 


J13 




■ at No, Carolina 


L 88-97 


J18 




■ at NC Stale 


L 65*6 


J20 




■at Wake Forest 


W 91-82 


F1 




al Geo, Washington 


W 80-76 


F5 




al West Viroinia 


L 67-91 


F8 


171 


■Ouke 


L 72-104 


F14 




•Wake Forest 


L 77-79 


F18 




• No, Carolina 


W 74*4 


F20 




•al Virginia 


L 73-79 


F22 


m 


•at Duke 


L 63*4 


F25 




Georgetown 


L 78*1 


F28 




• at Clemson 


L 6M3 


F29 




• at South Carolina 


L 64-74 


M5 




Clemson' 


L 67-81 


1-VPI Toumament at Blacksburg, Va (Virginia Tech 
Coliseum), 2-Evansville Holiday Toumament at 
Evansville, Ind (Rolierts Stadium); 3-ACC Tourna- 
ment at Raleigh, NC (ReynoWs Coliseum) 


1964-65 

Record: 18* H:9-3 A 74 N:2-1 


ACC: 104, 2nd place (He) 


02 




Penn Slate 


W 72-71 


03 




George Washington 


W 82*0 


05 




•at Viroinia 


L 59*1 


08 




•NC Slate 


L 62*3 


012 




WestVin]inia(OT) 


L 73-80 


018 




•Wake Forest 


W 82-64 


019 




Kansas (OT) 


L 61*3 


D28 




Tulsa' 


W 66-59 


D29 




at Miami ' 


L 73-80 


J4 




■No Carolina 


W 76*8 


J8 




■al Clemson (20T) 


W 67-65 


J9 




■ al South Carolina 


W 75-70 


J13 




Navy 


W 77-58 


J14 




■atWakeForesllOT) 


W 93-85 


J16 




• at NC State 


L 67-73 


J30 




■at No Carolina 


W 91*0 


F1 


[101 


■ at Ouke 


L 64*2 


F10 




at West Virginia 


W 86-78 


F13 




at Georoetown 


W 85*7 


F17 




■Virginia 


W 5247 


F20" 




alNavy 


W 7(M7 


F23 


151 


■Ouke 


W 85*2 


F26 




■Clemson 


W 88-71 


F27 




■ South Carolina 


W 73-59 


M4 




Clemson ' 


W 61-50 


M5 




alNC Stale' 


L 67-76 


1-Miami, Fla (Miami Beach Convention Center); 
2-ACC ToumamenI at Raleigh, NC (Reynolds 
Coliseum) 


1965-66 

Record: 14-11 H: 7-3 A: 5-7 N: 2-1 


ACC:7-7.5lh 


place 




01 




at Penn State 


L 61-65 


04 




■Wake Forest 


W 87-66 


07 




■NC Stale 


W 5M8 


O10 


[71 


at Kansas 


L 62-71 


011 




at Kansas Stale 


W 63-57 


015 




Georoetown 


W 77-59 


021 




at West Viroinia 


L 74-76 


029 




Houston ' 


W 6M8 


030 




Oayton' 


W 77-75 


J3 




■at No Carolina 


L 52-*7 


J5 




■ Viroinia 


L 62*5 


J13 


ri 


■at Ouke 


L 61-76 


J15 




■ at NC State |0T) 


L 58*0 


J27 




al Geo Washington 


W 107*1 


J29 




■ at Clemson 


L 66-71 


J31 




■at South Carolina 


W 78*3 


F5 




■ No, Carolina 


W 7fr66 


F7 




■alW^Foresl(OT) 


W 86-78 


F9 




Navy 


W 74*9 


F12 




WeslVrginia 


W 107-92 


F16 




■at Viroinia 


W 71-64 


F19 


121 


■Duke 


L 69-74 


F25 




■ South Carolina 


W 5642 


F26 




■ Clemson 


L 6M1 


M3 




No Carolina' 


L 70-77 



l-Sugar Bowl Toumament at New Orleans, La 
(Loyola Field House), 2-ACC Tournament at 
Raleigh. NC, (Reynolds Coiiseum) 



1966-67 

Record: 11-14 H: 5-5 A: 4* N:2-1 


ACC: 5-9, 5th place (te) 


01 


Penn State 


W 76-53 


07 


■alNC Slate 


W 54-38 


010 


■South Carolina 


L 63*5 


D13 


■atVrginia 


W 85*5 


D16 


Oklahoma Stale ' 


W 5045 


D17 


al Memphis Stale' 


L 53-55 


D20 


■Wake Forest 


L 5M8 


028 


at Davidson ' 


W 66*5 


029 


Anny' 


W 57-54 


J7 


■NC State 


W 60-55 


J11 


at West Virginia (OT) 


W 82*1 


J14 


■Duke(OT) 


L 69-72 


J16 


■ Clemson 


W 6848 


J28 


WeslVroinia 


L 58*1 


J30 


■ at South Carolina 


L 53-80 


F4 


(21 -at No Carolina 


L 77*5 


F9 


Georoe Washington 


W 78-52 


F11 


at Georoetown 


L 49*0 


F13 


■\flroinia 


W 87-76 


F16 


at Navy 


L 65*6 


F18 


■at Duke 


L 58*1 


F22 


(51 ■No Carolina 


L 78-79 


F25 


■at Clemson 


L 61*5 


M4 


■at Wake Forest 


L 64-78 


M9 


South Carolina" 


L 54-57 


1-Memphis Invitational at Memphis, Tenn (Mid- 
South Coliseum); 2-Char1otte Invitational at Char- 
lotte. N C (Chadolle Coliseum), 3-ACC Toumament 



FRANK 
FELLOWS 




2 Seasons 
1967-6810 
1968-69 
Rec: 16-34 
Conf.: 6-22 



1967-68 

Record: 8-16 H:7-3 A: 1-11 N:0-2 



ACC: 4-10. 6lh place 


02 




at Penn State 




71-76 


D4 




at Geo, Washington 


W 


84-53 


D6 




■ NC Slate 




62-75 


D9 




•South Carolina 


W 


66*5 


D14 




• at Wake Forest 




60-73 


D21 




al Texas-El Paso' 




53-70 


D22 




Southem Illinois (OT) 




72-73 


J3 




• at South Carolina 




59-68 


J6 




• at NC State 




52-68 


JIO 




West Virginia 


W 


79-75 


J13 
J15 




•Duke 

•al Clemson (20T) 




52-84 
93-94 


J17 




Navy 


W 


76-72 


J30 




at Miami 




73-93 


F3 


|31 


• No, Carolina 




67-73 


F6 




< al Duke 




64*5 


F10 




at Wesl Viroinia 




66-83 


F13 




■ Viroinia 


w 


85-76 


F17 




•Wake Forest 


w 


87-74 


F21 


PI 


■at No Carolina 




6(M3 


F24 




■ Clemson 


w 


81-68 


F28 




■ at Viroinia 




68-70 


M2 




Georoetown 


w 


6^60 


M7 




NC Slate' 




54^3 


1-Sun Carnival Toumament at El Paso. Texas 
(Memohal Gymnasium), 2-ACC Toumament al 
Chadolle, N C (Charlotte Coliseum) 


1968-69 

Record:8-18H:4^A:3-10N:1-2 


ACC: 2-12. 7th place (He) 


N30 




Penn State 


w 


66-56 


04 




at Wesl Viroinia 


L 


65*6 


07 




• al South Carolina 


L 


67-79 


Oil 




Pnncelon 


L 


63-72 


014 




■ al Wake Forest 


L 


87-95 


017 




George Washington 


W 


99-96 


O20 




at Marshall ' 


W 


89*0 


021 




Miami ' 


L 


85-92 


027 


PI 


al Davidson ' 


L 


69*3 


028 




Wichita State ' 


W 


95*3 


J3 




■ al Wake Foresl ' 


L 


71-93 


J4 




■ at NC Stale 


L 


69*5 


J8 




■South Carolina 


L 


67*9 



b ».., - 



. ^:t:« 






■«f t 



■ 


■ 


PP1 




T 


T 


TtTTI 






J1I 




'alOuke 


L 85-96 


J13 




•OenEon 


W 83-78 


J16 




•Mtqlnia 


L 77-78 


F1 


PI 


•stNo.Caratna 


L 87-107 


F5 




•NCSaie 


L 81-86 


F8 




WestVirqra 


W 91-84 


F10 




•Dvte 


L 83-93 


F12 




aINaA 


L 68-72 


F15 




•atVinjinia 


L 7M4 


F19 


PI 


•No. Carolina 


L SMI 


F22 




•alCiemson 


W 84-83 


Ml 




alGewqelown 


W 83-78 


M6 


[13] 


Soiiti Carolina ' 


L 71-92 



1 -Marshall InvrtabonaJ at HunCngton, W. Va. (Memo- 
nal FieW House), 2-Chariotte Invitational at Char- 
lotte, N.C (ChaHone Colrseum), i^^l Greensboro, 
N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 4-ACC Tournament 
at Charlotte. N C (Charlotte Coliseum^ 



CHARLES 'LEFTY' 
DRIESELL 






17 Seasons 
1969-70 to 
1985-86 
Rec: 34«-159 
Corf.: 122-100 



1969-70 

Record; 13-13 H: 1{M A: 3-7 N: 0-2 



AGO: 5-9. 6lti 


D1 




Buffalo 


W 97-77 


D3 




alGeo.Washinqton 


W 92-71 


D10 




at Princeton 


L 67-75 


D13 




•Wake Forest 


L 87-104 


D15 


|81 


•South Carolina 


L 68-101 


019 




Anny' 


L 54.«9 


O20 




Fofdham' 


W 94-71 


029 




Delaware 


W 94-58 


J2 


[15] 


•NC Stale' 


L 57-91 


J3 




•at Wake Forest' 


W 96W 


J7 




WestViroinia 


W 83-76 


J10 


PI 


• at Soutti Carolina 


L 44-55 


J12 




•atClemson 


W 75« 


J14 




Navy 


W 73-57 


J24 




Maine 


W 97-68 


J28 




•Duke 


W 52-50 


J31 


f91 


• No. Carolina 


L 69-77 


F4 


[51 


• at NC State 


L 54^ 


F7 




Geonietown 


W 81-71 


F11 




•atVirqinia 


L 69-71 


F18 


113] 


•at No. Carolina 


L 83-90 


F21 




• at Duke 


L 75*7 


F23 




•Clemson 


W10M5 


F25 




atWestViniinia 


L 7M3 


F28 




• Viroinia 


W 79-71 


M5 


119] 


NC Stale ' 


L 57-67 


1-Maryland Invilaiional Tournamenl at College 
Park. Md, (Cole Field House); 2-al Greensboro. 
N.C, (Greensboro Coliseum); 3-ACC Tournament 
at Charlotle, N C. (Chartotle Coliseum) 


1970-71 

Record: 14-12 H: 114 A: 3-7 N:0-1 


ACC: 5-9. 6lti dace (W 


01 




Oelavrare 


W 86-73 


05 




Buffak) 


W 109-70 


D8 




Letwih 


W 8566 


012 




■Wake Forest 


W 72-71 


016 


|21 


• at Soutti Carolina 


L 70-96 


019 




atGeorqelovm 


L 79-92 


D22 




Tampa 


W 80-72 


029 




Miami 


W 111-77 


J2 




Ridimond 


w »e! 


J6 




•NC State 


L 81-83 


J9 


m 


•Soi* Carolina lOT 


W 31-30 


J11 




•Clemson 


W 56-52 


J23 




GeorqeWastiinqton 


W 69<7 


J27 




at Loyola (Md.) 


W 8»«9 


J30 


m 


•at No. Carolina 


L 79-105 


F3 




• at NC State 


L 61-71 


F6 




•at Duke 


W 88-79 


F10 




•atViroinia 


L 63-78 


F13 




•Duke 


L 67-70 


F17 


p 


•No. Carolina 


L 76-100 


F20 




atSetonHall 


W 56-55 


F23 




•at Clemson (OT) 


L 45-51 


F27 




WestViiqinia 


L 81-83 


U2 




•at Wake Forest 


L 66-72 


M6 




•Vn>nia(OTl 


W eMi 


Mil 


16 


Soutti Carolina ' 


L 63-71 


1-ACC Tournament at Greensboro. N.C. (Greens- 
boro CoiseunI 



1971-72 

ReconI: 27-5 H: 14-0 A: 7-4 N:6-1 



ACC; 84 2nd place (tie). 
ACC Tournament Finalist 


PosEeson: NIT Champion. AP No. 14, UPI No. 11 


01 (61 


Brown 


W10O« 


04 (6) 


atGeo.Wastiinqton 


W 117-96 


D8 15) 


•atVirqinia 


L 57-78 


013 [51 


Geonjelown 


W 7946 


017 [151 


CanJsius 


W 86-77 


O20 [151 


at Loyola (Md.) 


W 7J«) 


022 [151 


at Holy Cross 


W 102-79 


029 [161 


Western Kentucky ' 


W10M7 


D30 [16] [91 


St John's' 


W 90*9 


J5 [12[ 


•NC State 


W 83-70 


J8 [121 


•atClemson 


L 61-63 


J10 [12] 


•at Wake Forest' 


W 4946 


J22 


atNayy 


W 85*0 


J25 [181 


Buffalo 


W 82-58 


J29 [181 PI 


■at No. Carolina 


L 72-92 


J31 [18] 


• at NC Slate 


W 66*5 


F5 


•Ouke 


W 77-58 


F9 [20] Duquesne 


W 85-71 


F12 


at Long Island 


W 78*0 


F16 [19] 13] 


• No. Carolina (OT) 


W 79-77 


F19 [19] 


■Qemson 


W 67-57 


F22 [121 


Richmond 


W 76*1 


F26 [121 


•at Ouke 


L 59*8 


Ml 118] 


•Wake Forest (OT) 


W 64-56 


M4 |18]|12] 


• Virginia 


W 4542 


M9 [13] 


Clemson- 


W 54-52 


MIO [13](15] Virginia' 


W 62-57 


Mil [13] [3[ 


No. Carolina ' 


L 64-73 


M18 [14] 


SlJoseph's' 


W 67-55 


M20 [14] 


Syracuse' 


W 71*5 


M23 [14] 


Jacksonville * 


W 91-77 


M25 [14] 


Niagara ' 


W 100*9 



1-Mary1and Invitational at College Partt. Md. (Cole 
Field House); 2-at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro 
Coliseum); 3-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, 
N-C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 4-National Invita- 
tion Tournament at New York, N.Y. (Madison 
Square Garden) 



1972-73 

Record: 23-7 H:12-1 A: 84 N:3-2 


ACC: 7-5 3rd 


place. ACC Tournament Rnalist 


Postseason: 

No. 10 


NCAA Elite Eight. AP No 8. UPI 


N29 13] 


Brown 


W 127*2 


02 13] 


at Richmond 


W 82-50 


09 13] 


atCanisius 


W 107*0 


012 [31 


at Geonjelown 


W 99-73 


D22 [21 
029 [2] 


George Washington 
Geonjia Tech ' 


W 88-79 
W 90-55 


O30 12] 


Syracuse' 


W 90-76 


J2 12] 


Kent 


W 76-58 


J6 12] 


•at Clemson 


W 79-75 


J9 [21 


•Virginia 


W 93-74 


J14 [21 [31 


•NC State 


L 85*7 


J20 [Jl 


at Navy 


W 76*7 


J22 [31 


•Wake Forest 


W 105-76 


J23 14] 


Long Island 


W 100-73 


J27 14] 13] 


• No. Carolina 


W 94*8 


J31 [3] [21 


• at NC State 


L 78*9 


F3 [3] 


•at Ouke 


L 81*5 


F8 [91 


at Fordham 


W 83-72 


F11 191 


Buffaki 


W 9J*4 


F14 110] 16] 


• at No. Carolina 


L 85-95 


F17 110] 


•Oemson 


W 6966 


F21 [8] 


at Ouquesne 


W 81-71 


F24 [8] 


•Ouke 


W 96*8 


F28 19] 


•at Wake Forest 


L 60*2 


M3 19] 


•atVirqinia 


W 92*1 


M8 110] 


Clemson' 


W 77*1 


M9 [101 


Wake Forest' 


W 73*5 


MIO [10] [2] 


NC State' 


L 74-76 


M15 18H14I Syracuse' 


W 91-75 


M17 [8] (4: 


Providence ' 


L 89-103 


1-Maryland Invitabonal at College Park. Md (Cole 
Field House); 2-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, 
N.C (Greensboro Coliseum). 3-NCAA East 
Regranal at Charlotte. N.C. (Chatlolte Coliseum) 


1973-74 

Record: 23-5 H: 12-1 A: 7-3 N: 4-1 


ACC:9-3.2ndptece(tie), 
ACC Tournament Finalist 


Postseason: AP No. 4. UPI No 4 


01 (41 [1 


at UCLA 


L 64-65 


05 141 


Eastern Kentucky 


W 106-57 


Oil 14] 


Georgetown 


W 115*3 


021 [2] 


San Francisco ' 


W 78*0 


022 [21 


Santa Clara' 


W 53-32 


029 121 


Hon Cross' 


W 102-75 


030 121 


Boston College' 


W 58-37 


J2 P] 


at Richmond 


W 96*0 


J5 [31 


•Clemson 


W 89*0 


J11 PI 


•at Wake Forest 


W 72-59 



J13 


PI m 


• at NC State 


L 74*0 


J17 


w 


Fonlham 


W 112-73 


J19 


w 


at Navy 


W 72-50 


J22 


15] 


Canisius 


W 86-73 


J26 


[5] (4] 


• at No. Carolina 


L 73*2 


J30 


[61 [21 


•NC State 


L 80*6 


F2 


[6| 


•Ouke 


W 10**3 


F6 


f] 


•atViroinia 


W 88*1 


F9 


n 


Georoe Washington 


W 92-71 


F13 


PI |41 


• No Carolina 


W 91*0 


F16 


PI 


•atClemson 


W 56-54 


F20 


|51 


Ouguesne 


W 98-72 


F23 


|51 


•at Ouke 


W 64*1 


F27 


[5| 


• Wake Forest 


W 77*8 


M2 


[5[ 


• Viroinia 


W 110-75 


M7 


m 


Duke' 


W 85*6 


M8 


[41 [61 


No. Carolina ' 


W 105*5 


M9 


[41 [1] NC State (OT)' 


L10O-1O3 



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l-Marylana Invitational at College Park, Md (CJ)!e 
Fiekj House), 2-al Greensbon:, N C. (Greensboro 
Coliseum), 3-ACC Tournament at Landover, Md. 
(Capital Centre) 



1-Cable Car Classic at Oakland, Calif (Oakland 
Coliseum), 2 -Maryland Invitational at College Park, 
Md. (Cole Fieid 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 N:2-2 


ACC: 10-2. ACC Regular Season Champion 


Postseason: NCAA Elte Eight. AP No 5, 
UPI No. 5 


N18 14] 


Richmond 


W 106*1 


04 14] 


•at Wake Forest 


W 99-78 


07 [4[ 


Long Island 


W 99*4 


010 [5] 


Georoetown ' 


W 104-71 


D12 [51 


DePauw 


W 11349 


D21 [51 


Georoe Washington 


W 81*7 


027 [51 


Georoia Tech ' 


W 105*7 


028 151 131 


UCLA' 


L 75*1 


J2 [71 


Appalachian State 


W 96-50 


J4 I71[19] 


Notre Dame 


W 90-82 


J8 15] 


•Duke 


W 83-77 


J11 |5]|19] 


•Wake Forest 


W 89-73 


J16 15] 141 


•NC State 


W 103*5 


J18 [5[ 


at Navy 


W 87-73 


J22 [3] 


•atClemson 


L 82*3 


J25 [3H141 


• No, Carolina 


L 66*9 


F1 [81 [2] 


• at NC Stale 


W 98-97 


F4 [4] 


• Virginia 


W 86-79 


F6 14] 


at Fordham 


W 6546 


F8 14] 


• at Ouke 


W 104*0 


F15 [31 


• at No. Carolina 


W 96-74 


F19 [3[ 


•at Virginia 


W 70-51 


F23 [31 


al Ouguesne 


W 103*2 


F26 [211111 


• Clemson 


W 70*4 


Ml [2] 


E Tennessee Slate 


W 104-87 


M6 [2] 18] 


NC State ' 


L 85*7 


M18 |4] 


Creighton ' 


W 83-79 


M20 |4] ]9] 


Notre Dame ' 


W 83-71 


M22 [4] [3] 


Louisville ' 


L 82-96 



1-at Landover, Md (Capital Centre). 2-Maryland 
Invitational at College Park, Md (Cole Field 
House); 3-ACC Toumament at Greensbons, N C 
(Greensboro Coliseum), 4-NCAA Midwest Region 
Rrst Round al Lubbock, Texas (Memorial Coliseum), 
5-NCAAMidwesl Regional atLasCfuces,N.M (Pan 
Amencan Center) 



1975-76 

Record: 22* H:13-2 A: 8-3 N: 1-1 


ACC: 7-5. 2nd place (tie) 


Postseason: AP No. 11. UPI No. 13 


N29 13] 


East Carolina 


W 127*4 


03 12] 


DePauw 


W 9942 


06 12] 


at Richmond 


W 98-71 


08 12] 


Boston University 


W 122*2 


DIO [21 


Georoia Tech 


W 93*5 


D20 [21 


Fordham 


W 81-56 


022 [21 


UNC Charlotte 


W 70*0 


029 [21 


Seton Hall ' 


W 104*9 


O30 12] 


Pnnceton ' 


W 66-59 


J3 12] 


Long Island 


W 111*8 


J7 [21 


at Geo. Washington 


W 82-72 


J10 [21 [7[ 


•al Wake Forest' 


L 93-96 


J14 [21113] 


■ at NC Slate 


W 87*9 


J17 12] 


at Navy 


W 87*9 


J21 12] 


■Clemson 


L 77*2 


J25 12] 15] 


■ at No. Carolina (OT] 


L 93-95 


J2e [7] 18] 


■NC State 


W 102*4 


J31 rniio] 


at Notre Dame 


W 69*3 


F4 [5[ 


■ atViroinia 


W 69*6 


F7 [51 


■Duke 


W 102-91 


F11 [41 [31 


■ No. Carolina 


L 69*1 


F14 [4] 


■atClemson 


W 98*9 


F18 [7] 


at Georoetown 


W 72*3 


F21 17] 


■ at Duke 


L 67*9 


F25 110] 


■Wake Forest 


W 105.91 


F28 (10[ 


■ viroihB 


W 81-73 


M4 [91 


Duke(OT)' 


W 80-78 


M5 |9] 


Viroinia' 


L 65-73 



1976-77 

Record: 19* H: 154 A: 3-3 N:1-1 


ACC: 7-5, 4th place 


N27 [81 


Noire Dame (OTl 


L 79*0 


N30 [16] 


Ball State 


W 86-70 


02 [161 


Long Island 


W 4945 


04 116] 


Pnnceton 


W 5845 


08 117] 


East Carolina 


W 80*9 


012 1171119] 


DePaul 


W 92-74 


D18 |14| 


Appalachian State 


W 76-74 


D22 [15] 


Bucknell 


W 106-72 


D28 [161 


Xavier' 


W 84-74 


029 [161118] Syracuse' 


W 96*5 


J4 [15] 


Richmond 


W 90*7 


J8 1151110] 


■Wake Forest (OT) 


L 85*6 


J9 115] 


■NC State 


W 87*0 


J15 114] 


Navy' 


W 62-54 


J19 [13] 


•atClemson 


L 71-93 


J22 (131 141 


•No Carolina 


L 68-71 


J27 


• at NC State 


W 75-73 


J29 


George Washington 


L 76*6 


F2 


• Viroinia 


W 82*7 


F5 


•at Ouke (OT) 


W 65*4 


F9 1141 


• at No. (proline 


L 70-97 


F12 (151 


•Clemson 


W 84-78 


F15 


Pittsbunjh 


W 88-75 


F19 


•Ouke 


W 85-72 


F22 111] 


■at Wake Forest' 


W 81*0 


F26 


■atViroinia 


L 68-77 


M3 


NC State' 


L 72*2 



1-Maryland Invitational at College Park, Md. (Cole 
Reld House); 2-at Landover, Md. (Capita! Centre); 
3-at Greensboro, N C, (Greensboro Coliseum); 
4-ACC Toumament at Greensboro, N.C. (Greens- 
boro Coliseum) 



1977-78 

Record; 1513 H:1[I4 A:1* N:4-l 


ACC: 3-9. 6th place 


N25 


114] Bucknell 


W 95*2 


N27 


[14] American ' 


W 78*5 


N28 


[14] Georoetown ' 


W 91*7 


01 


[14] Penn State' 


W 89*0 


07 


[12] East Carolina 


W 130-106 


DIO 


[12] at Geo Washington 


L 90-101 


017 


[18] Long Island 


W 94-64 


021 


1201 Amy 


W 99-77 


028 


1141 Western Kentucky ' 


W 91-78 


D29 


114] Georoia Tech > 


W 65*3 


J4 


15] ■Ouke 


L 78*8 


J7 


151 ■at Wake Forest' 


L 75*4 


Jll 


[161 ■ at NC State 


L 82*8 


J14 


Air Force 


W 74-73 


J16 


■ Clemson 


W 90-75 


J21 


15] ■at No. Carolina 


L 71*5 


J25 


■ NC State 


L 73*0 


J29 


[51 at Notre Dame 


L 54-69 


F1 


[111 ■atViroinia 


L 64*6 


F4 


UNLV 


W 81*8 


F8 


[71 ■No. Carolina 


L 64*6 


F11 


■atClemson 


W 80-75 


F16 


atPittsburoh(OT) 


L 86*9 


F18 


1201 -at Ouke 


L 70*1 


F22 


•Wake Forest 


W 91*9 


F25 


•Viroinia 


L 70-79 


Ml 


NC Stale (30T1' 


W109-108 


M2 


(151 Duke' 


L 69*1 



1-Tip Off Toumament at Landover, Md. (Capital 
Centre); 2-at Hershey, Pa (Hershey Park Arena), 
J-Maryland Invitational at College Park, Md. (Cole 
FieW House); 4-at Greensboro, N C. (Greensboro 
(jsliseum), 5-ACC Toumament at Greensboro, N.C, 
(Greensboro Coliseum) 



1978-79 

Record: 19-11 H: 124 A: 44 N: 3-3 


ACC: 6*. 4th 


place 




Postseason: NIT Second Round 


N24 


Bucknell 


W 107-97 


N28 [191 


Georoetown ' 


L 6568 


02 [191 


al Air Force 


W 81*8 


04 [19] 


alUNLV 


L 88-94 


07 119] 


Penn State' 


W 69*1 


09 119] 


Biscayne 


W 86*0 


016 


East Carolina 


W 82-71 


O20 14] 


•NC State 


W124-110 


023 


Canisius 


W128-103 


029 


St Joseph's (OT)' 


W 62-56 


030 [20] 


Southern California ' 


W 83-79 


J3 120] 


Georoe Washington 


W 84-72 


J6 (201 


•Wake Forest 


L 60*6 


J10 181 


• at NC State (20T1 


W 82*1 


J13 1121 


Louisville 


L 84-99 


J17 1191 


•atClemson 


W 77*3 



J20 


[19] [2] 


• No. Carolina 


L 53-51 


J23 




Navy 


W 82-62 


J27 


[11 


Notre Dame 


W 67-66 


J31 


m 


•Viroinia 


L 63*' 


F3 


m PI 


• at Ouke 


L 78*- 


F7 


PI 


•al No. Carolina 


L 67-7t 


F10 




•Clemson 


W 77*- 


F17 


[51 


•Ouke 


W 70*t 


F19 




•at Wake Forest' 


W 5t-53 


F21 




•atViroinia 


L 72-75 


Ml 




Clemson ' 


W 75*7 


M2 


p] 


No. Carolina ' 


L 79-102 


M7 




Rhode Island (SOT) 


W 67*5 


M12 




Ohio Slate' 


L 72-79 



1-at Landover, Md (Capital Centre], 2-at Hershey, 
Pa. (Hershey Park Arena), 3-Mafy1and Invitational at 
College Park, Md. (Cole Field House). 4-al Greens- 
boro, N C (Greensboro Cottseum). 5-ACC Touma- 
ment at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum), 
6-NatJonal Invitation Toumament at College Park, 
Md (Cole Field House) 



1979-80 

Record: :4-' H:'M A: 44 N:4-3 


ACC '••! AC 


: Regular Season Champion 


Postseason: 
UPI No. 8 


NCAA Sweet Siiteen. AP No 8. 


N30 


UMES 


W 82-58 


D3 


Penn State' 


W 56-55 


04 [17] Georoetown' 


L 71*3 


08 


Brown 


W 72-59 


DIO 


Catholic 


W 113-79 


019 


• Georoia Tedi 


W 70*0 


022 


Bucknell 


W 95-73 


D28 


Mami-OH' 


W 115-76 


D29 


Temple' 


W 85*3 


J3 


•at Georoia Tech 


W 83-74 


J5 


•at Wake Forest 


W 84-76 


JIO 


• at NC State 


L 62*7 


J12 


Pittsburgh 


W 95*8 


J16 [17] 


• Clemson 


W 84*3 


J20 [9[ 


•at No. Carolina 


W 92*6 


J23 [151 


•NC Slate 


W 66*2 


J26 1151 [81 


at Notre Dame 


L 63*4 


J30 1121(131 


• al Viroinia 


W 63*1 


F2 112] [5] 


•Ouke 


W 101*2 


F7 171111] 


•No Carolina 


W 70*9 


F9 [71116] 


• at Clemson 


L 81-90 


F11 17] 


Boston University 


W 99-76 


F13 18] 


East Carolina 


W 8572 


F16 181(16] 


• at Duke 


L 61*6 


F20 [91 


•Wake Forest 


W 83-77 


F23 19] 


•Viroinia 


W 82-71 


F28 17] 


Georoia Tech (OT)' 


W 5149 


F29 (711171 


Clemson' 


W 91*5 


Ml [7] 


Duke' 


L 72-73 


M8 [8] 


Tennessee ' 


W 86-75 


M14 181111] Georoetown* 


L 68-74 



1-at Hershey. Pa. (Hershey Park Arena), 2-at 
Washington DC. (Muniapal Annory); 3-Maryland 
Invitational at College Park, Md (Cole Field 
House); 4-ACC Toumament at Greensboro, N.C 
(Greensboro Coliseum), 5-NCAA East Region 
Second Round al Greensboro, N.C (Greensboro 
Coliseum), 6-NCAA East Regional at Philadelphia, 
Pa. (The Spectnjm) 



1980-81 

Record: 21-10 H:12-3 A: 55 N:4-2 


ACC: 8*. 4th glace. ACC Toumament Rnalist 


Postseason: NCAA Second Round. AP No 18. 
UPI No 11 


N28 [41 


Navy 


W 86*4 


02 14] 


Amencan 


W 95*5 


05 141 


Wagner' 


W 96-73 


06 141(181 at Syracuse' 


W 83-73 


DIO 14] 


Fairlekih Dickinson 


W 109*3 


D13 14] 


at Louisville 


L 67-78 


D20 19] 


•NC State 


W 82-75 


023 (9[ 


•at Georgia Tech 


W 66-55 


029 [9[ 


Marshall' 


W 114*9 


D30 [91 


SI Joseph's ' 


W 74-57 


J3 [91 


Williams Mary 


W 69*4 


J7 [81116] 


• al No. Carolina 


L 66-75 


JIO [8] 


•Duke 


W 94-79 


J14 110] 


■Viroinia 


L 64*6 


J17 1101112] 


■at Clemson (OT) 


W 68*2 


J20 [10[ 


UMES 


W 81*5 


J24 [10[113] 


Notre Dame 


L 70-73 


J27 114] 


atPittsburoh(OT) 


W 69*6 


J31 1141 


■Georoia Tech 


W 72*4 


F4 [131 [8] 


•al Wake Forest 


L 60*7 


F7 [131 


•at Ouke 


L 54-55 


F12 119] 


• Clemson 


W 72-70 


F15 1191110] 


■No Carolina 


L 63-76 


F21 120] 151 


■Wake Forest 


W 94*0 


F25 117] 


■ at NC State 


W 76-72 


F28 117] (31 


■atViroina 


L 63-74 



^tb- 



M5 |20| Duke- 


W 


56-53 


M6 [20] (41 Virginia' 


W 


8542 


M7 1201 [12] No- Carolina' 


L 


60-61 


M12 |181 Tenn.-Cliattanowia ' 


W 


81-69 


M14 1181 [9] Indiana' 


L 


64-99 



!-CamerClassic at Syracuse, NY {Carrier Dome): 
2-Maryland InvitaOona! at College ParV, Md. (Cole 
Field House), 3-ACC Tournament at Laridover, Md. 
(Capital Centre), 4-NCAA Mideast Region First and 
Seco nd Round at Dayton, Ohio (Dayton Areria) 



1981-82 

Record: 16-13 H: 13-3 A: 2-8 N: 1-2 


ACC 


M,5tn 


place 




Postseason: NIT Second Round 


N27 




St Peter's 


W 49-42 


N29 




Lafayette 


W 82-58 


D2 




Long Island 


W 87-79 


D5 




George Mason 


W 74^2 


D7 




UMES 


W 76*4 


D9 




Towson 


W 75-59 


012 




■ at NC Slate 


L 53-74 


019 




Ohio Univers»y 


W 90*t 


023 




• Georgia Tecb 


L 43-45 


029 


|161 


at UCLA 


L 57-90 


J5 


111 


• No Carolina 


L 50-66 


J9 




■ at Duke 


W 40-36 


J12 


PI 


■ at Virginia (OT} 


L 4045 


J16 




■ Clemson 


W 62-57 


J20 




Canisius 


W 91-73 


J23 




at Notre Dame 


L 51-55 


J27 




at Williams Mary 


W 50-43 


J30 




■ at Georgia Tech 


L 6344 


F3 


l"l 


• Wake Forest 


W 61-56 


F6 




■Duke 


W 77-60 


F7 




Hofslra 


W 94-59 


Fit 


|2] 


■at No Carolina 


L 56-59 


F13 




■ at Clemson 


L 66-75 


F20 




■ at Wake Forest ' 


L 4248 


F24 




• NC Stale 


L 38-52 


F27 


I'l 


• Virginia (OT) 


W 4746 


M5 




NC State ' 


L 2840 


m2 




Richmond ' 


W 66-50 


M15 




Georgia ' 


L 69« 


1-al Gfeenstwro, N C (Greensboro Coleeum); 2- 
ACC Tournament at Greenstxm, N C (Greensboro 
Colrseum), 3-National Invitation Tournament at New 
York, NY (Madrson Square Garden) 


19 

Reco 


B2-t 

d:2(MC 
8-6, 3rd 


(3 

H: 14-3 A: 5^4 N: 1-3 


ACC 


place (tie) 




Postseason: NCAA Second Round 


N27 




Penn State ' 


L 79-97 


D1 




UMES 


W 91-70 


D4 




al Canisius 


W 67-66 


D8 




St Joseph's 


L 5fr64 


Dtl 




Ouquesne 


W B5*l 


D14 




Towson 


W 66-56 


023 


131 UCLA(20T1 


W 80-79 


J3 




American 


W 73-71 


J5 




Williams Mary 


W 56-51 


J8 


|41 


■Viminia 


L 64-83 


J12 


l"l 


■al No Carolina 


L 71-72 


J15 




■Duke 


L 67-86 


J19 




■al Clemson 


W 8M1 


J22 




Notre Dame 


W 6M7 


J26 




at Holy Cross ■ 


W 55-53 


J29 




■NC Stale 


W 86-81 


J31 




Navy 


W 98-73 


F2 




Old Dominkjn 


W 87-67 


F5 




■ Georgia Tech 


W 77-68 


F9 




■al Wake Forest' 


L 66-79 


F16 


|31 


■ No Carolina 


W 106-94 


F19 




■ Clemson 


W 92-68 


F21 




■ at Ouke 


W 101-90 


F23 




■ at Georgia Tech 


L 60-70 


F26 




■Wake Forest 


W 83-75 


M3 




■ at NC Stale 


W 67-58 


M7 


|2| 


• at Virginia 


L 81-83 


Mil 




Georgia Tech (OT) ' 


L 58*1 


M17 


|151 


Tenn -Chattanooga ^ 


W 52-51 


M22 


Ml 


Houston ^ 


L 50-60 



1 -at Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Arena); 2-at Worces- 
ter, Mass. (Worcester Centrum), 3-at Greenst)oro, 
N C (Greensboro Coliseum). 4-ACC Tournament 
at Atlanta, Ga. (Omni), 5-NCAA First and Second 
Round at Houston, Texas (Ttie Summit) 



1983-84 

Record: 24-8 H:13-2 A: 64 N: 5-2 


ACC: 9-5, 2nd place, ACC Tournament Champion 


Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen. AP No 11, 
UPI No 10 


N26 |8| Johns Hopkins 


W 10845 


01 (61 Ohio Slate' 


L 68-72 


03 [61 Canisius 


W 77-55 


06 (111 Penn State' 


W 67-58 


D10 im alDuguesne 


W 7M7 



2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACC.CHAMPIONS' 



014 


|9| 


UMES 


W 10449 


D24 


|8I [61 


Boston College 


W 89-76 


D29 


|6] 


Randolph Macon ' 


W 58-52 


O30 


|61 


La Salle ' 


W 9643 


J4 


|51|12] 


■ at NC Stale 


W 59-55 


J7 


|51 


Williams Mary 


W 5844 


J12 


[51 ni 


■ No. Carolina 


L 62-74 


J14 


[51 


■at Duke 


W 81-75 


J17 


n 


■ Clemson 


W 85-72 


J21 


PI 


at Old Dominion 


W 69-58 


J28 


|51 


at Notre Dame 


L 47-52 


J31 


[101 


■ at Virginia 


W 6746 


F4 


[1011181 


■at Georgia Tech (20T1 


L 70-71 


F8 


[1311141 


■W. Forest (20T)' 


L 87-90 


F11 


[131 


■Duke 


L 8449 


F13 


[13| 


Dayton 


W 61-59 


Fie 




■al Clemson (30T) 


W 6645 


F19 


[11 


■ at No, Carolina 


L 63-78 


F23 




■ Georoia Tech 


W 79-74 


F26 


(151 


■Wake Forest 


W 90-79 


F29 


[191 


•NC Slate 


W 63-50 


M4 


[191 


■ Vinjinia 


W 7445 


M9 


[14| 


NC State' 


W 6943 


M10 


[1111191 


Wake Forest' 


W 6644 


Mil 


mm 


Duke' 


W 7442 


M17 


[111 


West Virginia' 


W 102-77 


M22 


[111 [61 


Illinois ' 


L 70-72 



1-at East Rutherford, N,J (Brendan Byrne Arena); 
2- at Hershey, Pa (Hershey Parli Arena); Hlaryiand 
Invitatjonal at College Park, Md. (Cole Reld House), 
4-at Gfeenstwro, N C (Greensboro Coliseum), 5- 
ACC Tournament at Greensbon), NC. (Greensboro 
Coliseum), 6-NCAA Mideast Region Second Round 
at Birmingham, Ala. (Birmingham Coliseum); 7-NCAA 
Mideast Regional at Lexington, Ky, (Rupp Arerta) 



1984-85 

Record: 25-12 H: 14-2 A: 74 N:44 


ACC: 84, 4th 


place (lie) 




Postseason: 


NCAA Sweet Sikteen 




N23 (191 


Kansas 


L 56-58 


N24 


alAla.-Anchorage' 


W 54-52 


N25 


Tennessee ' 


W 7249 


01 


West Virginia 


W 5647 


D5 


Cleveland State 


W 9544 


D8 


at Alabama 


W 59-54 


D11 


Ohio Slate 


W 76-73 


013 


UMES 


W 8746 


022 


al Loyola (Md) 


W 81-74 


025 


lowa(OT)! 


W 7848 


027 


at Hawaii-" 


W 79-71 


D28 [101 Georgia Tech' 


L 69-70 


J2 [191(171 


■NC State 


W 58-56 


J5 [191 


al Oayton 


L 6347 


J9 [51 


■ at No. Carolina 


L 74-75 


J14 [21 


■Duke(OT) 


W 78-76 


J16 


•Clemson 


W 9444 


J19 


alUNLV 


L 76-78 


J21 


Holy Cross 


W 99-75 


J26 


Notre Dame 


W 7745 


J27 [141 


Villanova 


W 77-74 


J30 [171 


■ Virginia 


W 71-58 


F2 1171 181 


■Georgia Tech 


L 60-72 


F4 1171 


Ok) Dominkm 


W 87-75 


F6 1201 


■at Wake Forest 


W 6442 


F9 1201 [51 


■at Duke 


L 62-7C 


F13 12011131 


•No Carolina 


L 5440 


F17 1201 


• at Clemson 


L 64-71 


F19 [201 [81 


■ at Georgia Tech 


L 4348 


F21 


Towson 


W 91-38 


F24 


■WakeForosI 


W 6M6 


F27 1161 


• at NC Stale 


W 71-70 


M3 


■atViroinia 


W 60-55 


M8 171 


Duke' 


L 7346 


M15 


Miami-OH(OT)' 


W 6948 


M17 


Navy' 


W 64-59 


M22 


Villanova ' 


L 4346 



1-Great Alaska Shootout al Anchorage, Alaska 
(Sullivan Arena); 2-Rambow Classic at Honolulu, 
Hawaii (Blaisdell Center). 3-ACC Tournament al 
Atlanta, Ga (Omni). 4-NCAA Soutfieast Region 
First and Second Round at Dayton, Ohio (Dayton 
Arena); 5-NCAA Southeast Regional at Binningham, 
Ala. (Birmingham Coliseum) 



1985-86 

Record: 19-14 H: 10-5 A: 6-7 N:3-2 


ACC: 64, 6th 


place 






Postseason: NCAA Second Round 


N23 1191 


Northeastern 


W 


84-72 


N26 [171 


al George Mason 


W 


8140 


N30 1171 


al Ohio State 


L 


66-78 


D3 


Faiileigh Dickinson 


W 


74-51 


05 


Williams Mary 


W 


7748 


07 114 


UNLV 


L 


6144 


D12 


at West Virginia 


W 


4241 


D13 


Towson 


w 


91-58 


021 


Alabama 


w 


60-58 


028 


Stanford ' 


w 


6745 


D29 


at Hawaii-Pacific ' 


w 


9245 



J4 




■Duke 


L 7H1 


J7 




Randolph Macon 


W 7440 


J11 




•at Georgia Tech 


L 6748 


J14 


[11 


■ No. Carolina 


L 67-71 


J19 




•at Virginia 


L 49-70 


J23 




•NC State 


L 5M7 


J25 


|21 


•at Ouke 


L 6840 


J28 
F1 




•Wake Forest 
at Villanova 


W 77-55 
L 6244 


F3 


[141 


at Noire Oame 


L 6249 


F8 




• Clemson 


W 7869 


F13 


[171 


• at NC Slate 


W 6746 


F15 




• at Clemson 


L 60-70 


F17 




UMES 


W 9144 


F20 


111 


• at No Carolina (OT) 


W 77-72 


F22 


|51 


• Georgia Tech 


L 70-77 


F26 




• at Wake Forest ' 


W 5948 


Ml 




• Virginia 


W 87-72 


M7 


[41 


No Carolina' 


W 85-75 


M8 


[61 Georgia Tech' 


L 6244 


M14 




Pepperdine ' 


W 6944 


M16 


[111 


UNLV 


L 64-70 



1 -Hawaii-Pacific Tournament at Wailuku, Hawaii 
(War Memonal Coliseum), 2-at Greensboro, N.C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum), 3-ACC Tournament at 
Greensboro. NC. (Greensboro Coliseum), 4-NCAA 
First and Second Round at Long Beach, Calif. (Long 
Beach Arena) 



BOB WADE 


^^\ 


3 Seasons 


jiEvir* 


1986-87 to 


^^CT, 


1988-89 


>H^r 


Rcc: 36-50 


- Tt 


Conf.: 7-35 







1986-87 

Record: 9-17 H: 84 A: 14 N: 0-1 



ACC: 0-14, 8lh 


027 




Winthrap 


W 76-58 


D29 




Fairleigh Dickinson 


W 70-59 


031 




Notre Dame 


L 5043 


J3 


[191 


■ at NC State 


L 4749 


J5 




Towson 


W 79-71 


J8 


[3| 


■at No, Carolina 


L 65-98 


J10 




■Virginia 


L 64-71 


J14 


|141 


■Duke 


L 6145 


J17 


[121 


■ at Clemson 


L 64-72 


J19 




Bucknell 


W 7748 


J21 




WeslViroinia 


W 6542 


J24 




at Old Dominion 


L 7347 


J28 




at James Madison 


W 90-76 


F1 




• at Georgia Tech 


L 72-76 


F2 




•at Wake Forest 


L 5649 


F4 


1121 


• Clemson 


L 7940 


F7 


[161 


• at Ouke 


L 67-76 


F10 




• Georgia Tech 


L 74-78 


F14 


|31 


• No. Carolina 


L 86-93 


F16 




Central Flonda 


W 73-55 


Fie 




UMBO 


W 7844 


F22 




•Wake Forest 


L 68-75 


F25 




•NC State 


L 7245 


F27 




UMES 


W 11741 


Ml 




• at Virginia 


L 7742 


M6 


_J2L 
Tourn 


No Carolina ' 


L 6342 


1-ACC 
Centre) 


ament al Landover, Md (Capilal 


1987-88 

Record: 18-13 H:84 A: 6-7 N:4-2 


ACC: 6^, 5tti 


place 




Postseason: NCAA Second Round 


N27 




Loyola (Md) ' 


W 7440 


N28 




Mississippi ' 


W 7749 


03 




Winlhrap 


W 65-52 


05 




atWestViroinia 


L 49-75 


08 




at Mount St Mary's 


W 82-54 


010 




East Carolina 


W 75-59 


012 




at Louisiana Stale 


L 5445 


028 




South Carolina 


W 82-77 


D30 




Arkansas 


W 8841 


J2 




•Wake Forest 


W 93-76 


J6 




at Missouri 


L 85-93 


J9 




• Clemson 


W 68-53 


J14 


121 


• No. Carolina 


L 65-71 


J16 


\n 


•at Duke 


W 7249 


J20 




•al Virginia 


L 7244 


J27 




•NC Stale 


L 8143 


F2 




al Notre Dame 


W 78-75 


F6 




al Old Dominion 


W 7045 


F8 




• Georgia Tech 


L 83-96 


F10 




• at Clemson 


W 7046 


F13 


[81 


•Ouke 


L 83-90 


F17 




• at Georgia Tech 


L 82-104 



F20 


151 • al No. Carolina 


L 73-74 


F25 


UMES 


W 101-51 


F27 


•al Wake Forest' 


W 7045 


M3 


[161 •aINC State 


L 68-74 


M5 


• Virginia 


W 6943 


Mil 


1181 Georgia Tech' 


W 8447 


M12 


191 No, Carolina' 


L 64-74 


M18 


UC Santa Barbara ■ 


W 9242 


M20 


[61 Kentucky' 


L 81-90 



1-MCI Harbor Classic at Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore 
Arena), 2-al Greensboro, NC (Greensboro 
Coliseum), 3-ACC Toumament at Greensboro, NC. 
(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. 8lh place 


N25 




Texas Chnstian ' 


W 7447 


N26 




Georoia Slate ' 


W 6942 


01 




UMES 


W 97-53 


05 




at South Carolina 


L 51-57 


07 




Morgan Slate 


W 7341 


D10 




al Arkansas 


L 68-73 


013 




Monmouth 


W 74-70 


027 




West Viroinia 


L 6149 


029 




Lamar' 


W 7445 


030 




at Texas-El Paso' 


L 5149 


J2 




Louisiana State 


L 77-79 


J4 




• at Wake Forest 


L 60-70 


J7 




• at Clemson 


L 58-75 


J11 


[81 


• al No Carolina 


L 7248 


J14 


[11 


•Ouke 


L 7242 


J17 




• Viroinia (OTl 


L 5844 


J24 


[51 


Missouh 


L 7347 


J29 


[15] 


NC Stale 


L 67-90 


F1 




UMBC 


W 7846 


F4 




• at Georgia Tech 


L 7447 


F7 




• Clemson 


W 98-87 


F11 


[141 


• al Duke 


L 6046 


F14 




• Georoia Tech 


L 6647 


F19 


181 


• No. Carolina 


L 7546 


F25 




•Wake Forest 


L 61-75 


M2 


[201 


• at NC Slate 


L 77-94 


M5 




•at Virginia 


L 5946 


MID 


m 


NC Stale' 


W 7149 


Mil 


|9| 


No. Carolina ' 


L 5848 


1-Freedom Bowl Classic at In/ine, Calif (Bren 
Events Center): 2-Sun Bowl Toumament al El Paso. 
Texas (Special Events Center); 3-ACC Toumament 
alAUanta.GalOmni) 



GARY 
WILLIAMS 




1989-90 

Record: 19-14 H: 124 A: 34 N:44 


ACC 


6-8, 51h 


place (be) 




Posts 


eason: 


NIT Second Round 




N25 


Delaware Stale 


W 87-53 


N27 




Augusta College 


W 105-74 


01 




South Carolina ' 


L 51-52 


02 




Amiy' 


W 7840 


04 




Connecticut ' 


L 65-87 


09 




Jacksonville 


W 68-53 


012 




Coppin State 


L 63-70 


022 




George Mason ■ 


W 10446 


023 




E, Tennessee Stale 


W 9146 


D24 




Sacramento Stale ' 


W 9846 


D30 




Nam State 


W 110-91 


J4 




•Wake Forest 


W 8842 


J6 




• at Clemson 


L 7742 


J10 




• No, Carolina 


W 9848 


J13 


[101 


•alOuke 


L 80-91 


J17 




•al Virginia 


W 74-72 


J20 




Boston University' 


L 6145 


J23 




South Florida 


W 8446 


J27 




■ at NC Slate 


L 6141 


J29 




Viroinia Tech 


W 8940 


F3 


m 


• Georoia Tech 


L 84-90 


R 




• Clemson 


L 73-75 


F10 


m 


•Duke(OT) 


L111-114 


F13 


[131 


■ at Georoia Tech 


L 7880 


F17 




• at No Carolina 


W 80-76 


F19 




at So CaWomia 


W 6442 


F22 




UMBC 


W 11341 


F24 




■al Wake Forest 


L 7444 


F28 




■ NC State 


W 96-95 



27 SPORT 



M3 


■Virginia 


W 89-74 


M9 


[121 Duke' 


L 64-104 


M15 


Massachusetts ^ 


W 9141 


M19 


al Penn Slate ' 


L 78^0 



1-Central Fidelity Classic at Richmond, Va, (Rob- 
bins Center), 2-ACC/Big East Challenge, Hartford 
at Conn (Hartford Civic Center), 3-Chaminade 
Chnstmas Classic at Honolulu, Hawaii (Blaisdell 
Center), 4-at Boston, Mass. (Boston Garden); 
5-ACC Toumament at Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte 
Coliseum); 6-National Invitation Tournament at 
College Park, Md. (Cole Field House); 7-National 
Invilabon Toumament at Slate College, Pa. (Rec- 
reation Building) 



1990-91 

Record: 16-12 H: 11-3 A: 34 N:2-1 


ACC:5-9.7lh 


place 




N26 




Towson 


W 9349 


N28 




Southem California 


W 72-59 


01 




atWestViroinia 


L 85-90 


D3 




Boston College ' 


L 85-100 


08 




alJacksonville 


L 70-71 


Oil 




UC Irvine 


W 93-79 


022 




Lafayette 


W 6448 


027 




Rutgers ' 


W 8641 


029 


[12 


South Carolina ' 


W 7869 


J2 




■al Wake Forest 


L 62-74 


J5 




■aemson 


W 8145 


J7 




UMBC 


W 9246 


J9 


[51 


■ at No Carolina 


L 73-105 


J12 


|14| 


■Duke 


L 78-94 


J16 


1141 


•Viroinia 


L 62-76 


J19 




at South Flonda 


W 8741 


J22 




Boston University 


W 85-59 


J26 




•NC Stale 


W104-100 


J29 




Amencan 


W 7249 


F1 


[231 


• al Georgia Tech 


L 6540 


F6 




• al Clemson 


L 69-73 


F9 


[61 


•at Duke 


L 81-101 


F13 




• Georoia Tech 


W 96-93 


F16 


[81 


• No Carolina 


L 7547 


F19 




at Viroinia Tech 


W 8247 


F23 




• Wake Forest 


W 86-78 


F27 




•alNC State 


L 91-114 


M2 


[251 


• al Virginia (OT) 


W 78-74 


1-ACC/Big East Challenge al Richmond, Va, 
(Richmond Coliseum); 2-ECAC Holiday Festival at 
New York. N,Y (Madison Sguare Garden) 


1991-92 

Record: 14-15 H: 10-5 A: 2-7 N:2-3 


ACC: 5-11. 8th place 


N23 




Mount SI Mary's 


W 83-53 


N26 




UMES 


W 11540 


N30 




Amehcan 


W 9348 


04 




Providence ' 


W 7646 


07 




West Viroinia 


W 101-91 


D10 




al Louisville 


L 79-96 


021 




Towson 


W 83-76 


023 




Rider 


W 8349 


028 




Rutgers' 


L 79-95 


D30 




Evansville ' 


L 64-75 


J5 


[151 


•at Georoia Tech 


L 67-92 


J8 


[11 


•Duke 


L 6643 


J11 




• at NC Slate 


L 88-94 


J13 


[141 


•al No. Carolina 


L 76-% 


J18 




•Flonda Slate (OT) 


L 83-91 


J22 




•Wake Forest 


L 7646 


J25 




■ Clemson 


W 84-71 


J29 




■atViroinia 


L 7542 


F5 




■al Florida Stale 


W 9345 


F9 


[241 


■ Georoia Tech 


L 6567 


F13 




■ NC State 


W 77-74 


F20 


[11 


■ at Duke 


L 89-91 


F22 




■ at Clemson 


L 7042 


F25 




UNC Greensboro 


W 84-55 


M1 


1101 


•No Carolina 


W 8240 


M5 




■ al Wake Forest 


W 7746 


M7 




■ Viroinia 


L 74-76 


M8 




Clemson ' 


W 81-75 


M9 


[11 


Ouke' 


L 87-94 


1-ACC;Big East Challenge at Hartford, Conn, 
(Hartford Civic Center), 2-Fiesla Bowl Classic al 
Tucson, Ahz, (McKale Center): 3-ACC Tournament 
al Charione. N C (Charlotte Coliseum) 


1992-93 

Record:12-16H:8-7 A:24N:2-1 


ACC: 2-14, 81h place 


01 




UMBC 


W10MO 


05 




al West Viroinia 


L 7246 


07 




UMES 


W 9443 


01 




Amencan 


W 9847 


012 




al La Salle 


W 93-76 


023 




Towson 


W 7848 


026 




Morgan Slate 


W 10343 


D28 




Louisville 


W 7247 


J2 




Howard 


W 109*9 



ft "" * •-■5 ^ " '? 






1 TEAM 




J6 


1101 
|6| 


* Georqia Tech 


L 75« 


J9 


• at No Caratina 


L 73-101 


J13 




■ at Flonda State 


L 85-105 


J16 




•Wake Forest 


L 73-86 


J19 




Oklahoma ' 


W 89-78 


J23 




■ at NC Slate 


W 70-65 


J26 




■ at Clemson 


L 72-82 


J30 


n 


•Duke 


L 62-78 


F4 


124] 


•Virginia 


L 68-70 


F6 


[221 


•al Georgia Tech 


L 79-93 


F9 


|6| 


•No Carolina 


L 63-77 


F13 


[101 


• Ronda State 


L 84-«7 


F17 


[101 


•at Wake Forest 


L 64^ 


F24 




•NC Stale 


W 88-71 


F27 




• Clemson 


L 73-81 


M3 


161 


•at Duke 


L 79-95 


M6 




•at Virginia 


L 74« 


M11 




NC Stale- 


VI 76-55 


M12 


Ml 


No Carolina- 


L 66-102 


1-al Baltimore, Md (Baltimore Arena); 2-ACCToui- 
nament at Cliarlotte, N.C. (Cliarlotte Coliseum) 


1993-94 

Reconi:18-12H:10-3A:4^N:4-3 


ACC:M.4th 


Diace (tie) 




Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen. 
USA Today/CNN No 11 


N26 


[151 


at Georgetown (OTl 


W 64« 


N27 




Cornell 


W 92-41 


N30 




Rider 


W 93-79 


D2 




UMBO 


W 8^80 


D4 




Morgan State 


W 85*2 


D7 




Oklahoma' 


L BMS 


D23 




Towson ' 


W 109-71 


D28 




Hofstra' 


W 93*7 


D29 


|91 


Massai*usetts' 


L 80-94 


J4 


[121 


• al Georgia Tech 


W 91-88 


J8 


|21 


• No. Carolina 


L 70-75 


J11 




• Honda Stale 


W 80-74 


J15 




•al\/Vake Forest 


W 61-58 


J22 


251 


• NC State 


W 102-70 


J26 


181 


• Clemson 


W 73-53 


J29 


[181 121 


• at Duke 


L 62-75 


F2 


211 


•atWrginia 


L 66-73 


F5 


[211 


• Georgia Tech 


L 71-83 


F10 


Ml 


• at No. Carolina 


L 89-95 


F12 




•at Flonda State 


W 6^66 


F16 




•Wake Forest 


W 81-58 


F19 




Loyola (Md.) 


W 94-71 


F23 




•alNC State 


L 71-79 


F26 




• al Clemson 


L 67-73 


M2 


|21 


•Duke 


L 69-73 


MS 




•Virginia 


W 70-68 


M11 




Virginia * 


L 63-69 


M17 


1241 


St. Louis' 


W 74-66 


M19 


181 


Massachusetts' 


W 95-87 


M25 


nil 


Michigan ' 


L 71-78 



1-at Landover, Md. (Capital Centre), 2-at Oklahoma 
City. Okla. (The Mynad). 3-al Baltmore, Md. (Balti- 
more Arena), 4-Hall of Fame Classic al Spnngfield, 
Mass, (Spnngfield Civic Center), 5-ACC ToumamenI 
at Chariotte. NC (Charlotte Coliseum), 6-NCAA 
Midwest Region First and Second Rounds al 
Wichita, Kan. (Kansas Coliseum), 7-NCAA Midwest 
Regional at Dallas. Texas (Reunion Arena) 



1994-95 

Reconi:26^ H: 16-0 A: 44 N: 64 


ACC: 124. ACC Regular Season Co-Champion 


Postseason: NCAASweet Sixteen. AP No. 10. USA 

Today/CNN No 11 


N21 [71 


Chaminade ' 


W 95*7 


N22 [71 


Utah' 


W 90-78 


N23 [71 


Arizona State ' 


L 90-97 


N29 |11| 


Loyola (Md.) 


W 92-62 


D3 [111 


Bucknell 


W 102-64 


05 [111 


UMBC 


W 102-77 


08 [111 


Colgate 


W 113-53 


010 [111 151 


Massachusetts - 


L 74-85 


D12 [121 


Towson 


W 120-73 


023 mi 


Morgan State 


W 138-72 


027 191 


La Salle 


W 96*0 


030 [91 


American 


W 98-77 


J4 (711241 


• Georgia Tech 


W 8fr67 


J7 [71 [11 


• at No. Carolina 


L 90-100 


J10 [9| 


•at Flonda Stale 


W 70-57 


J14 [91[141 


• Wake Forest 


W 7Mi 


J22 [81 


• at NC State 


W 84^7 


J25 181 


• at Clemson 


W 56-51 


J28 [81 


•Duke 


W 74-72 


F1 [511151 


• Virginia 


W 71-62 


F4 [51[211 


•at Georqia Tech 


L 91-100 


F 181 [11 


• No. Carolina 


W 86-73 


F11 181 


• Flonda State 


W 80*5 


F15 I711141 


•at Wake Forest 


L 54^3 


F19 m 


Cincinnati ' 


W 74-72 


F22 [71 


•NC State 


W 84-71 


F25 (71 


• Clemson 


W 64^ 


Ml [61 


< at Ouke 


W 94-92 


M5 [61(131 


• at Virginia 


L 67-92 



MIO [101 Flonda State' 


W 71-64 


Mil [101 [41 No. Carolina (OT)' 


L 92-97 


M16 (101 Gonzaga' 


W 87-63 


M18 (101 Texas' 


W 82-68 


M23 (101 (81 Connecticut' 


L 89-99 



1-Maui Invitational at Lahaina, Hawaii (Lahaina 
Civic Center), 2-at Baltimore, Md. (Balbmore Arena); 
3-aI San Antonio, Texas (Alamodome), 4-ACC 
Tournament at Greensboro, NC (Greensboro 
Coliseum); 5-NCAA West Region First and Second 
Round at Salt Lake City, Utah (Jon Huntsman 
Center), 6-NCAA West Regional at Oakland, Calif, 
(Oakland Coliseum) 



1995-96 

Record: 17-13 H: 11-3 A: 3-5 N:3-5 


ACC 


8-8, 4tli 


place (68) 




Postseason: 


CAA First Round 




N24 


[141 [1| Kentucky ' 


L 84-96 


N27 


[191 


Towson ' 


W 70-67 


D2 


1'9| 151 


Massachusetts ' 


L 47-50 


D3 


[19| 


George Washington 


W 98-81 


D6 


[201 


Howard 


W 88-71 


D9 


[201 


UCLA' 


L 63-73 


D13 




Rider 


W 83-67 


D23 




Amencan 


W 104-79 


D28 




UMES 


W 104^6 


J3 




• at Georgia Tech 


L 84-98 


J6 


[161 


•No. Carolina (OT) 


L 86*8 


J13 


181 


•at Wake Forest 


L 64-77 


J17 




Delaware State 


W 118-55 


J20 




•NC State (OT) 


W 77-74 


J24 


[181 


• Clemson 


W 65*0 


J28 




•at Ouke 


L 73*3 


F1 




•at Virginia 


W 80-72 


F3 


(251 


• Georqia Tech 


W 88-74 


F6 


(121 


•at No. Carolina 


W 84-78 


F10 




• at Florida State 


L 78-100 


F15 


181 


•Wake Forest 


L 78*5 


F18 




Missouri 


W 91-72 


F22 




• at NC State 


W 86-84 


F24 




• at Clemson 


L 61*8 


F28 




•Duke 


L 75-77 


M2 




• Virginia 


W 83-71 


M4 




■ Florida State 


W 88-78 


M8 




Duke' 


W 82*9 


M9 


[181 Georgia Tech' 


L 79-84 


M15 




Santa Clara » 


L 79-91 



1 -Hall of Fame Tip-Off Classic at Spnngfield, Mass 
(Sprmgfield Civic Center), 2-at Baltimore, Md. 
(Baltimore Arena); 3-Frank)in Nat)onal Bank Classic 
al Landover, Md (USAir Arena), 4-John Wooden 
Classic at Anaheim, Calif (Arrowhead Pond of 
Anaheim); 5-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum); 6-NCAA West Region First 
Round al Tempe, Ariz. (Special Events Center) 



1996-97 

Record: 21-11 H:11-3 A: 54 N: 54 


ACC: 9-7, 41h place (tie) 


Postseason: 


CAA First Round. AP No. 22 


N26 


Howard 


W 93-55 


N30 


Towson State 


W 93-76 


D2 


Chicago State 


W 9444 


D4 


UMBC 


W 67-31 


08 


California ' 


W 80*4 


09 


George Washington' 


W 74*8 


012 


Georgia Tech 


W 77*3 


021 [251 


Amencan 


W 81-74 


023 (211 


Lafayette 


W 10^67 


D27 (211 


Pittsburgh' 


W 66-63 


D28 [211 


at Hawaii ' 


W 76-59 


030 [191 


Georgia (OTl ' 


L 65-73 


J4 [19( 


Virginia 


W 78*2 


J8 [19([131 


at No. Carolina 


W 85-75 


J12 [191 


at NC State 


W 68-59 


J15 [111 [31 


Clemson 


L 63^7 


J19 [111 (21 


at Wake Forest 


W 54-51 


J21 [71 


Pennsylvania ^ 


W 103-73 


J26 [71(101 


Ouke 


W 74-70 


J29 [51 


at Rohda Slate 


L 70-74 


F1 [S\ [21 


Wake Forest 


L 69-74 


F5 [71 


NC State 


W 66-55 


F8 mm] 


at Clemson 


L 68-80 


F13 (101 


Florida State 


W 73-57 


F15 (101 


Massachusetts ' 


L 61-78 


F19 (141 


at Georqia Tech 


W 7S*8 


F22 [141(121 


No Carolina 


L 81-93 


F27 [161 [71 


at Duke 


L 69*1 


M2 [161 


al Virginia 


L 74*1 


M7 [22([131 


Clemson ' 


W 76*1 


M8 [221 


NC State' 


L 58*5 


M13 (221(161 College of Chariestor 


' L 66-75 



1-FranWin National Bank Classic at Landover, Md. 
(USAir Arena); 2-R3inbow Classic at Honolulu, 
Hawaii (Biaisdell Center), 3-at Baltimore, Md (Bal- 
timore Arena); 4-3t Worcester, Mass. (Worcester 
Centrum), 5-ACC Toumament at Greensboro, N.C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum); 6-NCAA Southeast Region 
First Round at Memphis. Tenn. (The Pyramid) 



1997-98 

Record: 21-11 H: 12-2 A: 3-5 N:64 



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1999-00 

Record: 25-10 H: 15-1 A: 4-5 N:64 



ACC: 10-6. 3rc 


place 




Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen, AP No. 20, USA 

TodaWNABC No 22 


N14 [71 


South Carolina (CT) 


L 72-76 


N18 


Fairleigh Dickinson 


W 81-70 


N22 


Mount St Mary's 


W 102-74 


N25 [241 


Flonda Intemabonal 


W 117-70 


04 [231(171 


• at Clemson (OT) 


L 65-78 


07 [231 (21 


Kansas- 


W 86-83 


08 [191 


George Washington 


L 66-70 


013 (191 


UMBC 


W 104-66 


022 (201 


UNCAsheville 


W 110-52 


027 (201 


UNC Wilmington 


W 74-36 


030 (201 


at Missouri 


L 79*3 


J3 (201(31 


•Duke 


L 72-104 


J7 (131 


• Rorida State 


W 81-74 


J10 


• at NC State 


W 68*5 


J14 [11 


• No. Carolina (OT) 


W 89*3 


J17 


• at Wake Forest 


L 60-72 


J21 


• at Georqia Tech 


W 70*7 


J24 [231 


■ Clemson 


W 74*9 


J29 [231 [11 


■ at Duke 


L 59-86 


F1 23 


■ Virqinia 


W 77-70 


F7 25 


•at Florida State 


W 68-62 


F11 [241 


■ NC State 


W 78*3 


F14 [241 [11 


• at No. Carolina 


L 67-85 


F19 [25( 


• Wake Forest 


L 79-83 


F21 [25( 


• Georqia Tech 


W 81*9 


F24 


•at Virginia 


W 74*6 


F28 [24( Temple' 


W 83*6 


M6 [201 


Georgia Tech ' 


W 83*5 


M7 [201 (11 No Carolina (OT)' 


L 73*3 


M12 [201 


Utah Slate ' 


W 82*8 


M14 [20H22I 


Illinois ' 


W 67*1 


M19 [20] [4] 


Anzona ' 


L 79*7 



1-Black Coaches Association Classic at Minne- 
apolis, Minn. (Target Center); 2-Franklin National 
Bank Classic at Washington, D C (MCI Center), 
3-at Baltimore, Md, (Baltimore Arena), 4-ACC 
Tournament at Greensboro, N C (Greensboro 
Coliseum), 5-NCAA West Region First and Second 
Round at Sacramento, Calif, (Arco Arena), 6-NCAA 
West Regional at Anaheim, Calif, (Arrowhead Pond 
of Anaheim) 

1998-99 

Record: 28-6 H: 1 3-1 A: 7-3 N: 8-2 

ACC: 13-3. 2nd plare 



Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen.AP No 5. USA 
Today/NABC No. 8 


N14 


|6| 


Western Carolina 


W 11346 


N17 


16| 


UMBC 


W 90-62 


N20 


161 


Hofstra 


W 89-59 


N23 


151 


DuQuesne 


W 8147 


N26 


151 


at AU Puerto Rico' 


W 82-32 


N27 


1511101 


UCLA' 


W 70-54 


N28 


151 


Pittsburgh ' 


W 87-52 


03 


121 


Wake Forest 


W 92*9 


06 


|21 |51 


Stanford ' 


W 62*0 


07 


(21 


OePaul ' 


W 92-75 


012 


(21 (51 at Kentucky 


L 91-103 


019 


151 


Princeton ' 


W 81-58 


023 


151 


North Texas 


W 132-57 


027 


|51 


South Carolina State 


W 104-70 


J3 


141 121 


•Duke 


L 64-82 


J7 


151 


• at Virginia 


W 71*6 


J10 


15 


•NC State 


W 9448 


J13 


15 191 


• at No, Carolina 


W 89-76 


J19 


1"! 


■at Georqia Tech 


W 77*2 


J24 


141 


• at Clemson (OT) 


W 81-79 


J27 


141 


• Florida State 


W 107-87 


J31 


141 


•at Wake Forest 


L 72-85 


F3 


P1I21 


•at Duke 


L 77-95 


F6 


n 


• Virginia 


W 88-72 


FIO 


n 


• at NC State 


W 63-50 


F13 


1711121 


• No Carolina 


W 81*4 


F21 


151 


• Georqia Tech 


W 91*0 


F24 


|51 


• Clemson 


W 77*0 


F27 


151 


• at Ftorida State 


W 84-75 


M5 


151 


Florida State' 


W 93*9 


M6 


[51(15| 


No, Carolina ' 


L 7M6 


Mil 


|51 


Valparaiso ' 


W 82*0 


M13 


15| 


Creiqhton ' 


W 75^3 


M18 


|51 191 


St John's' 


L 62-76 



1-Puerto Rico Shootout at Bayamon, PR. (Eu- 
genio Guerra Sports Complex); 2-BB&T Classic 
at Washington, DC. (MCI Center), 3-at Baltimore, 
Md, (Baltimore Arena); 4-ACC Tournament at 
Greensboro, N.C (Greensboro Coliseum); 5- NCAA 
South Region First and Second Rounds at Orlando, 
Fla. (Orlando Arena); 6-NCAA Soutfi Regional at 
Knoxville, Tenn. (Thompson-Boling Arena) 



ACC: 11-5. 2nd place, ACC Toumament Finalist 


Postseason: NCAA Second Round. AP No. 17. 
USAToday/ESPNNo.25 


N17 


San Frandsco ' 


W 71*1 


N19 


Tulane ' 


W 78-70 


N22 (241 


Faideigh Dickinson 


W 10445 


N24 [241 [111 Kentucky- 


L 58-61 


N26 [241 


Notre Dame ' 


W 72*7 


N30 [241 


Iowa' 


W 83-65 


04 [24K161 


Illinois' 


W 69*7 


D5 [241 


George Washington 


L 69-74 


07 [211 


Winthrop (OT) 


W 76-65 


011 [2111231 Kentucky 


W 72*6 


027 [141 


George Mason 


W 69*6 


O30 [141 


UMBC 


W 82-52 


J2 [141 


Coastal Carolina 


W 10048 


J6 (121 


• at NC State 


L 66*8 


J9 (121 [81 


•Duke 


L 70-80 


J15 (181 


• at Georqia Tech 


L 68*9 


J19 124 


• Wake Forest 


W 71-53 


J22 [24 


Clemson 


W 74-62 


J27 22 


•at No Carolina 


L 63-75 


J29 22 


■ at Flonda State 


W 82*3 


F2 [251 


• Virginia 


W 91-79 


F6 [251 


•NC State 


W 78-73 


F9 [231 [31 


• at Duke 


W 98*7 


F13 [23([191 


at Temple 


L 65-73 


F16 [221 


• Georqia Tech 


W 92-70 


F19 [221 


•at Wake Forest 


W 73*7 


F22 [191 


• at Clemson 


W 76*3 


F26 [191 


• No, Carolina 


W 81-73 


Ml [171 


• Florida State 


W 85-70 


M4 [171 


• al Virginia (OT) 


L 87-89 


MIO [201 


Flonda State ' 


W 82*1 


Mil [201 


NC State ' 


W 64-61 


M12 [201 [31 


Duke ' 


L 68-81 


M16 [171 


lona '- 


W 74-59 


M18 [171 


UCLA' 


L 70-105 



1-Preseason NIT at College Park. Md. (Cole 
Field House), 2-Preseason NIT at New Yorit, N.Y. 
(Madison Square Garden), 3-ACC/Big Ten Chal- 
lenge al Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Arena); 4-BB&T 
Classic at Washington, D C. (MCI Center), 5-ACC 
Toumament at Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum); 
6-NCAA Midwest Region First and Second Round at 
Minneapolis, Minn. (HHH Metrodome) 

2000-01 

Record: 25-11 H:11-3 A: 6-3 N:8-5 

ACC: 10*. 3rd place 

Postseason: NCAA National Semifinalist, 
AP No 11, USA Today/ESPN No. 4 



N20 [61 Louisyille ' 



W 95-73 



N21 161 [81 Illinois ' 



N22 (61 



L 71-77 



N29 [131[23[ at Wisconsin '(OT) L 75-78 



02 [131 Michiqan* 



W 82-51 



03 [131 George Washington ' W 71*3 

06 (191 Stony Brook W 107-59 

09 (191 at Pennsylyania W 87-81 



013 



UMBC 



W 93-67 



D23 (201 Norfolk State 



W 123-79 



027 (181 Chicago State 



030 [181 



UMES 



J2 [171 



• at Clemson 



J6 [171 ■ Georgia Tech 



J10 [141 [91 'No, Carolina 



L 83*6 



J14 [141 'at Florida State W 76-55 



J17 [121[101 'Wake Forest 



W 81-71 



J21 [121 



■ at NC State 



W 75*1 



J27 [81 [21 ■Ouke(OT) 



L 98-98 



J31 [91[11| ■atVirginia 



F4 [91 ■ Clemson 



W 69-54 



F6 [131 'at Georqia Tech L 62-72 

FIO [131 [1| •at No, Carolina L 82-96 

F14 [171 •Florida State L 71-74 

F17 [17([23( •at Wake Forest W 73-57 

W 95*6 



F20 [20( -NC State 



F24 [20[[16| Oklahoma 



W 68*0 



F27 [161 [21 -at Duke 



W 91-80 



M3 [161 [71 •Virginia 



M9 I1111221 Wake Forest' 



W 71-53 



M10 (111 [31 Dulie' 



L 82-84 



M15 I 



M17 



George Mason' W 83*0 



Georgia State ' W 79*0 



M22 (1111211 Georgetown' 


W 


76*6 


M24 [111 [2| Stanford' 


W 


87-73 


M3) [111 111 Duke' 


L 


84-95 



1 -Maui Invitational at Lahaina, Hawaii (Lahama Civic 
Center), 2-ACC/Big Ten Challenge at Milwaukee, 
Wise. (Bradley Center), 3-BB&T Classic at Wash- 
ington, DC (MCI Center), 4-ACC Toumament at 
Atlanta, Ga. (Georgia Dome); 5-NCAA West Region 
First and Second Round at Boise, Idaho (BSU 
Pavilion); 6-NCAA West Regional at Anaheim, Calif. 
(Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim); 7-NCAA Final Four 
at Minneapolis. Minn. (HHH Metrodome) 



2001-02 

Record: 324 H:15-0 A: 7-2 N: 10-2 


ACC: 15-1, ACC Regular Season Champion 
Postseason: NCAA National Champion, AP No - 
USAToday/ESPNNo. 1 


N8 


[2( 


Arizona' 


L 67-71 


N9 


[2([161 Temple' 


W 82-74 


N17 


121 


American 


W 83-53 


N24 


|61 


Delaware State 


W 77-53 


N27 


|51 121 


Illinois - 


W 76*3 


D2 


|51 


Princeton ' 


W 61-53 


03 


131 


Connecticut ' 


W 77*5 


09 


31 


Detroit 


W 79-54 


Oil 


31 


Monmouth 


W 91-55 


021 


1211221 


al Oklahoma 


L 56-72 


027 


|81 


Williams Mary 


W 103-75 


D30 


|81 


• at NC State 


W 72*5 


J3 


|8| 


Norfolk State 


W 92*9 


J9 


14| 


• North Carolina 


W 112-79 


J13 


14| 


• at Georqia Tech 


W 92-87 


J17 


131 PI 


• at Duke 


L 78-99 


J20 


13| 


• Clemson 


W 99-90 


J23 


1311211 


•at Wake Forest 


W 85*3 


J26 


131 


• Florida State 


W 84*3 


J31 


131 181 


•al Virqinia 


W 91-87 


F3 


|31 


•NC State 


W 89-73 


FIO 


131 


•at No. Carolina 


W 92-77 


F13 


|31 


■ Georgia Tech 


W 85^5 


F17 


131 Ml 


•Duke 


W 87-73 


F20 


|2| 


' at Clemson 


W 84*8 


F24 


[211201 


• Wake Forest 


W 90*9 


F27 


121 


• al Florida State 


W 96*3 


M3 


121 


• Virginia 


W 112-92 


M8 


121 


Florida State' 


W 85-59 


M9 


121 


NC State' 


L 82*6 


M15 


141 


Siena ' 


W 85-70 


M17 


141 


Wisconsin 


W 87-57 


M22 


141116 


Kentucky' 


W 78*8 


M24 


141110 


Connecticut ' 


W 90-82 


M30 


141 |21 


Kansas ' 


W 97*8 



Al [4] Indiana^ 



W 61-52 



1-Coaches vs Cancer IKON Classic at New 
Yorti. NY (Madison Square Garden), 2-ACC/Big 
Ten Challenge at College Park. Md (Cole Field 
House): 3-BBST Classic at Washington. DC 
(MCI Center); 4-ACC ToumamenI al Chariotte, 
N C (Chariotte Coliseum). 5-NCAA East Region 
First and Second Round at Washington, D C (MCI 
Center): 6-NCAA East Regional al Syracuse. N Y 
(Camer Dome). 7-NCAA Final Four at Atlanta. Ga, 
(Georqia Dome) 



2002-03 

Record: 21-10H:14-2A: 44 N: 34 


ACC: 11-5, T-i 


nd place 




Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen. AP No. 17. 
USAToday/ESPNNo 10 


N12 [121 


Miami (Ohio) 


W 6449 


N27 [111 


The Citadel 


W 9749 


N30 mi 


Duquesne 


W 89-39 


03 [9K101 


Indiana' (OT) 


L 74*0 


07 [91 


ys. Notre Dame ■ 


L 67-79 


08 [91 


vs. G. Washington ' 


W 93*2 


014 [18K141 


Florida 


L 64*9 


D23 [231 


UMBC 


W 101*0 


D29 [231 


• Georgia Tech 


W 84-77 


J4 (221 


Wagner 


W 79-57 


J8 1211 


Hampton 


W 108-58 


J11 1211 


•Ftorida State 


W 89*2 


J15 11711191 


• at Wake Forest 


L 72*1 


J18 (171 (11 


■Duke 


W 87-72 


J22 (121 


• at North Carolina 


W 81*6 


J25 1121 


• at Clemson 


W 5247 


J30 1101 


•NC State 


W 75-60 


F2 1101 


Loyola (Md.) 


W 85-58 


F6 181 


•Virginia 


L 78-86 


F9 [81 


• at Georqia Tech 


L 84-90 


F12 [161 


•at Florida State 


W 74-72 


F17 [131(101 


• Wake Forest 


W 90*7 


F19 [131 181 


•at Duke 


L 70-75 


F22 [131 


• North Carolina 


W 96-56 


F25 [141 


• Clemson 


W 91-52 


M2 [141 


• at NC State 


W 68-65 


M9 [131 


•at Virqinia 


L 78-80 


M14 [141 


vs North Carolina ' 


L 72*4 


M21 [171 


vs, UNC Wilmington 


W 75-73 


M23 [171 [121 


vs Xavier ' 


W 77*4 


M28 [171 


vs, Michigan State ' 


L 58*0 



1-ACC/Big Ten Challenge at Indianapolis. Ind 
(Conseco Fieldhouse), 2-BB&T Classic at Wash- 
ington. DC (MCI Center). 3-ACC Toumament 
at Greensboro. N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum). 
4-NCAA South Region First and Second Round at 
Nashville, Tenn (Gaylord Entertainment Center), 
5-NCAA South Regional at San Antonio, Texas 
(Ajamodome) 



*f "'^^ 




-r^ 



2003-04 

Record: 20-12 H: 124 A; 4-5 N: 4-3 


ACC 


7.9.6ft 


place. ACC Tournament Ctiampion 


Postseason: NCAA Second Round. AP No. 19. 
USAToday/ESPNNo.24 


N22 


[251 


American 


W 7Me 


N25 


[24] 


Geonje Mason 


W 7M4 


N29 


[241 


Hofstra 


W 87-72 


D2 


(251[151 


Wisconsin '(OT) 


W 7^67 


06 


(25|t17) Gonzaqa' 


L 6M2 


07 


(251 


WestVin)inia'(OT) 


L 77-78 


010 


I'l 


alFlonda(OT| 


W 6Me 


014 




Pepperdine 


W 96-72 


023 


[241 


UNC GreenslJoro 


W 85-56 


028 


[241 


•at Florida State 


L 75-79 


J3 




MouritSlMa/ys 


W 89-56 


J6 




MD-Eastem Shore 


W 87-36 


J14 


[91 


•North Carolina 


W 9M4 


J17 


[121 


•alGeorqiaTech 


L 71-81 


J21 


[11 


•Duke 


L 6(W8 


J25 




• at Clemson 


W 65-52 


J29 


[19] 


•at Wake Potest 


L 85-93 


F1 




•NC State 


L 6M1 


F4 




• at Viiqinia 


W 71-67 


F8 




■ Florida State 


W -tVSL 


F15 


(141 


•at North Carolina 


L 86-97 


F19 


[181 


• Geoqia Tech 


L 64-75 


F22 


131 


•at Duke 


L 6^86 


F24 




•Clemson 


W 7(M9 


F28 


I"] 


•Wake Forest 


L 83-91 


M3 


(16[ 


• at NC State 


W 7(W9 


M7 




• Virqinia 


W 7M1 


M12 


[151 


Wake Forest ' 


W 87-66 


M13 


[171 


NC State' 


W 85^2 


MM 


[5] 


Duke' 


W 95^7 


Mie 


[19] 


UTEP' 


w e6« 


M20 


[19] 


Syracuse' 


L 70-72 



I 



1-ACC/Big Ten Challenge at College Par*. Md. 
(Comcast Center). 2-BB8T Classic at Wash- 
ington. DC (MCI Center). 3-ACC Tournament 
at Greensboro, NC. (Greensboro Coliseum). 
4-NCAA First and Second Rounds at Denver. 
Colo (Pepsi Center) 

2004-05 

Record: 19-13 H: 15-3 A: 2-7 N: 2-3 

ACC: 7-9. T6th place 

Postseason: NIT Semifinal 



Nt9 [15] Jackson State 



W 93-57 



N23 [13] 



Mercer 



N26 [13]|25] vs. Memphis' 



N30 [12] 125] at Wisconsin' 



L 64^9 



D4 [12] vs George Mason' W 78-54 
D5 [12] vs Geo- Washington' L 92-101 



D12 123] JNCAsheville 



W 96-72 



D19 (23] -Fteida State (OT) W 9M8 
D23 (24] Amencan 
D28 (241 Uberty 



W 112-68 



J4 [221 Mount SI Mary's W 85-53 
J8 [221 [31 • at North Carolina L 75-109 
J11 [RVl [4| •at Wake Forest L 66-61 
W 8fr69 



J15 (RVl Temple 



J19 (RVl •Wtiinia 



W 82-68 



J23 [RV][RV] •NC State 



J26 (RV] [2] •alOuke 



J30 (RV](22] ■ Georgia Tech 



F1 W 



• at Clemson 



F5 (22] • at Miami (0T1 



F8 [RV] •ViminiaTecti 



F12 (RVl (7] •Duke(0T1 



F16 (22( 



• at NC Stale 



L 6J« 



F19 (22] • at Virginia |20T) W 92-69 



F22 [RV] 



•Qemson 



L 93-97 



F27 [RV] [21 • North CatoTina 



L 83-65 



M5 [RVl •alViminiaTech L 76-66 



M10 



vs. Clemson' 



L 72-84 



M16 



Oral Roberts' 



W 85-72 



M26 



Tews Christian ' 



W 85-73 



M29 



vs South Carolina • L 67-75 



1 -Hall of Fame Tipoff Classic at SpnngfieW. Mass.: 
2-ACC/B^ Ten Challenge al Madison Wisconsin 
(Kohl Center); 3-BBST Classic al Washington. D.C. 
(MCI Center), 4-ACC Tournament at Washington 
DC (MCI Center). 5-NIT Tournament al College 
Park. Md (Comcast Center); 6-NIT Semifinals al 
New Yorti, N.Y. (Madison Square Garden) 



2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACCXHAMPIONS"" 



2005-06 



Record: 19-13 H: 14-3 A: 2-7 N: 3-3 




ACC: 8-6. 6lh 


place 




Postseason: NIT First Round 


N18 [21] 


Fairiekgh Dickinson 


W 111-85 


N21 [201 [81 


vsGonzaga' 


L 76-68 


N22 [201 


vs. Chaminade ' 


W 9M9 


N23 (20((Rv( 


vs. Arkansas ' 


W 75« 


N27 (20( 


Nicholls Stale 


W 88-56 


N30 [20( 


Minnesota ' 


W 8i66 


12 [17([191 


vs. Geo. Washington 


L 70-78 


007 [17] 


Western Carolina 


W 87-57 


Oil [171 16] 


• Boston Cdtege 


W 73-71 


023 [16] 


Amencan 


W 81-55 


028 [14( 


Delaware State 


W 68-54 


031 [14( 


VMI 


W 9M8 


J4 [12( 


Texas A&WCC 


W 99-73 


J7 [121 


> al Miami 


L 70-84 


J11 [21] (1] 


•alDuke 


L 52-76 


J15 [21][Rv] 


•Wake Forest 


W 90« 


J21 (22] 


■ Virginia Tech 


W 81-72 


J25 (18] 


• al Geonjia Tech 


W 66-74 


J28 (18] 


at Temple 


L 85-91 


F2 (23](Rvl 


■North Carolina 


L 62-77 


F5 |23](171 


■ at NC State 


L 5^62 


F7 (Rvl 


•Viniinia 


W 76^5 


F11 (Rvl [21 


•Duke 


L 88-96 


F14 


•at Clemson 


L 77-89 


F18 


• Geoqia Tech (OT] 


W 87-84 


F22 


•at Florida State 


L 60-71 


F26 1211 


•at North Carolina 


L 57-81 


Ml 


• Miamv 


W 6541 


M3 


•alVinjinia 


W 71-70 


M9 


vs. Georqia Tech ' 


W 82-64 


M10 [11] 


vs Boston College ' 


L 6M0 


Mie 


Manhattan' 


L 84^7 


1-EA Sports/Maul Invitational at Lahama. Hawaii. 
2-ACCflig Ten Challenge; 3-BBST Classic al 
Washington. DC); 4-ACC Tournament at Greens- 
bora. NC: S^ostseason NIT 



27 SPORTS 



SERIES RECORDS 



Opponent (GP) 


Record 


Air Force (2) 


2-0 


Alabama (3) 


3^) 


Alaska (1) 


1-0 


Alcorn State (1) 


1-0 


American (14) 


13-1 


AU-PuertoRico(l) 


1-0 


Appalachian Slate (2) 


2-0 


Arizona (3) 


0-3 


Arizona State (2) 


1-1 


Arkansas (3) 


2-1 


Amiv(4) 


3-1 


Augusta Colleqe(l) 


1-0 


Ball Stated) 


1-0 


Baltinnore City (3) 


2-1 


Biscayne College (2) 


2-0 


Boston Colleqe (5) 


3-2 


Boston University (3) 


2-1 


Brown (3) 


JO 


Bucknell (6) 


M 


Buffalo (4) 


4<l 


Calfcmia(l) 


1-0 


California-Irvine (1) 


1-0 


Califomia-Santa Barbara (1) 


1-0 


Canisius (7) 


7-0 


Catholic (22) 


12-10 


Central Flonda(l) 


1-0 


Chaminade (2) 


2-0 


Colleqe of Charleston (1) 


0-1 


ChicaqoState(2) 


2-0 


City Colleqe of New York (2) 


1-1 


Cincinnati (2) 


2-0 


The Citadel (3) 


3-0 


Clemson (130) 


84-46 


Cleveland State (1) 


1-0 


Coastal Carolina (1) 


1-0 


Columbia (2) 


2-0 


Connecticut (4) 


2-2 


Coppin State (1) 


0-1 


Comell(l) 


1-0 


Creiqhton (2) 


2-0 


Davidson (3) 


2-1 


Dayton (4) 


2-2 


Delaware (3) 


2-1 


Delaware Colleqe (1) 


0-1 


Delaware State (4) 


4fl 


DePaul (2) 


2-0 


DePauw(2) 


2-0 


Detroit (1) 


1-0 


Duke (159) 


58-101 


Duquesne (8) 


8-0 


East Carolina (6) 


6-0 


Eastern Kentucky 91) 


1-0 


East Tennessee State (2) 


2-0 


Evansv(lle(2) 


1-1 


Fairleiqh Dickinson (6) 


6-0 


Florida (3) 


1-2 


Florida A&M 


First Meeting 


Florida International (1) 


1-0 


Florida State (32) 


24-8 


Fordham (8) 


7-1 


Gallaudet(14) 


7-7 


Georqe Mason (7) 


7-0 


Georqe Washinqton (64) 


35-29 


Georqetown (61) 


36-25 


Georqia (6) 


2-4 


Georqia State (2) 


2-0 


Georgia Tech (65) 


32-33 


GonzaqaO) 


1-2 


Hampton (1) 


1-0 


Hawaii (2) 


2-0 


Hawaii-Pacific (1) 


1-0 



Opponent (GP) 


Record 


High Point First 


Meeting 


Hofstra (4) 


4^) 


Holy Cross (4) 


iA 


Houston (2) 


1-1 


Howard (3) 


JO 


Illinois (5) 


3-2 


Indiana (6) 


1-5 


lona(l) 


1-0 


Iowa (2) 


2-0 


Jackson State (1) 


1-0 


Jacksonville (3) 


2-1 


James Madison (1) 


1-0 


Johris Hopkins (19) 


154 


Kansas (5) 


2-3 


Kansas Stated) 


1-0 


Kentucky (13) 


5-8 


Kentucky Wesleyand) 


1-0 


Kent Stated) 


1-0 


Lafayette (4) 


40 


Lamar (1) 


1-0 


La Salle (3) 


JO 


Lehiqh(l) 


1-0 


Liberty (1) 


1-0 


Lonq Island (7) 


7-0 


Louisiana Slate (4) 


2-2 


Louisville (7) 


2-5 


Loyola (Md.) (13) 


8-5 


Maine (1) 


1-0 


Manhattan (2) 


1-1 


Marshall (2) 


2-0 


Md.-BalL County (UMBO (13) 


1J0 


Md -Eastem Shore (UMES) (15) 


150 


Massachusetts (6) 


24 


Memphis (3) 


1-2 


Mercer (1) 


10 


Miami (Fla.) (9) 


4-5 


Miami (Ohio) (3) 


JO 


Michiqan (5) 


2-3 


Michiqan State (2) 


0-2 


Minnesota (3) 


JO 


Mississippi (2) 


1-1 


Mississippi State (3) 


0-3 


Missoun (4) 


1-3 


Missouri-Kansas City First Meeting 


Monmouth (N.J.) (2) 


20 


Montana Stated) 


10 


Morqan State (4) 


40 


Mount Saint Joseph (3) 


1-2 


Mount Saint Mary's (5) 


5-0 


Navy (56) 


30-26 


Nevada-Las Veqas(UNLV) (5) 


1-4 


New Mexico A&M (1) 


0-1 


New Yori( University (2) 


0-2 


Niaqara(l) 


10 


Nicholls Stated) 


10 


Norfolk State (1) 


10 


North Carolina (166) 


53-113 


UNCAsheville(2) 


20 


UNCChariotted) 


10 


UNC Greensboro (2) 


20 


UNCVi/ilminqton(2) 


20 


NC State (139) 


67-72 


Northeastern (1) 


10 


Northwestern (1) 


10 


North Texas (1) 


10 


Notre Dame (17) 


8-9 


Old Dominion (5) 


4-1 


Ohio Slate (5) 


J2 


Ohio University (1) 


10 


Oklahoma (4) 


2-2 


Oklahoma Stated) 


10 



Opponent (GP) 


Record 


Oral Roberts (1) 


10 


Penn State (16) 


80 


Pennsylvania (15) 


J12 


Penn Military Academy (1) 


0-1 


Pepperdine (2) 


20 


Pittsburqh (6) 


5-1 


Princeton (7) 


5-2 


Providence (2) 


1-1 


Randolph Macon (4) 


J1 


Rhode Island (2) 


20 


Richmond (39) 


25-14 


Rider (3) 


JO 


Rutqers (6) 


J3 


Sacramento Stated) 


10 


St. Francis (Pa.) (1) 


10 


St. John's (14) 


80 


SL Joseph's (31 


Jl 


St. Louis (1) 


10 


SI Peter's (1) 


10 


San Francisco (2) 


20 


Santa Clara (2) 


1-1 


Seton Hall (3) 


2-1 


Siena (1) 


10 


South Carolina (58) 


31-27 


South Carolina State (1) 


10 


South Florida (2) 


20 


Southem California (USC) (3) 


JO 


Southern Illinois (1) l-C 


Stanford (3) 


3-0 


Staunton Military Academy (1) 


0-1 


Stevens Institute (5) 


4-1 


Stony Brook (1) 


10 


Syracuse (6) 


5-1 


Tampa (2) 


20 


Temple (8) 


44 


Tennessee (3) 


2-1 


Tennessee-Chattanooqa (2) 


20 


Texas-El Paso (3) 


JO 


Texas d) 


10 


TexasA&M-CoipusChrislid) 


10 


Texas Christian (2) 


20 


Texas Tech (1) 


10 


Towson (12) 


12-0 


Tulaned) 


10 


Tulsa (1) 


10 


UCLA (7) 


2-5 


Utah(l) 


1-0 


Utah Stated) 


10 


Valparaiso (1) 


10 


Vandert)ilt(l) 


10 


Villanova (3) 


1-2 


Virginia (164) 


101-63 


Virqinia Military Institute (50) 


40-10 


Virginia Tech (28) 


24-4 


Waqner(2) 


20 


INake Forest d12) 


58-54 


Washinqton Colleqe (15) 


12-3 


Washinqton & Lee (51) 


27-24 


West\flrqinia(36) 


15-21 


Western Carolina (2) 


20 


Western Kentucky (2) 


20 


Western Maryland (9) 


90 


Wichita (1) 


10 


Williams Maty (15) 


150 


Winthrop (3) 


JO 


Wisconsin (6) 


2-4 


Wyominq (1) 


10 


Xavier(2) 


20 


Yale(l) 


10 



2006-07 Opponents in Bold 



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2006-07 MARYLAND 
.MEN'S BASKETBALL 



SERIES RESULTS 



AIR FORCE 

Maryland leads. 2-0 



1-14-78 H W 


74-73 


12-2-78 A W 


81-« 


ALABAMA 

Maiyland leads, 3-0 


2-26-25 N1 W 


27-21 


t2-M4 A W 


59-54 


12-21-85 H W 


60-58 


1-So. Conf. Tajmawnl alAflanla. Ga 



ALASKA- 
ANCHORAGE 

Maryland leads. 1-0 



11-24-«4 


N1 


W 


54-52 


1 -Great Alaska Shootout at Andurage. 
ABslBlSuIlvan Arena) 


ALCORN STATE 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-3(W9 


H 


w 


110-91 


AiMEl 

Maryland 


ead. 
A 


:an 

,13-1 




1926-27 


L 


16-21 


11-27-77 


N1 


W 


7M5 


12-2-80 


H 


W 


95«5 


1-J« 


H 


w 


73-71 


1-2»-91 


H 


w 


72-69 


11-30-91 


H 


w 


93-68 


12-10-92 


H 


w 


98-^7 


12-30-94 


H 


w 


98-77 


12-23-95 


H 


w 


104-79 


12-21-% 


H 


w 


81-74 


11-17-01 


H 


w 


83-53 


11-22-03 


H 


w 


7948 


12-23*1 


H 


w 


82-61 


12-23« 


H 


w 


81-55 


1-Tip Off Tournament at Ijndovef. Md 
(CaptdCentrel 



AUOF 
PUERTO RICO 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

11-26-96 A1 W 82-32 

1 -Poeno Rico Stwotout at Bayamon, PR 
(EuqenwGuena Sports Complex) 

APPALACHIAN 
STATE 

Mafyland leads. 2-0 



1-2-75 H W 


96-50 


12-18-76 H W 


76-74 


ARIZONA 

Maryland trails. 0^ 


12-27-63 N1 L 


54-57 


3-19-98 N2 L 


79*7 


tl-MI N3 L 


67-71 



1-Evansville Holiday Tournamenl 
(Robate SOAm). 2-NCAA Toffnament 
at Anahevn. Cstti (Armwnead Pond ol 
Anahen), 3^:oad<es n Carxs IKON 
Classic al New Yorli. N Y (Madison 
Square Ganiw ) 



ARIZONA 
STATE 

The series is tied, 1-1 



12-30-53 N1 W 



11-23-94 N2 I 90-97 

l-All-American City Tournament ai 
Owensbora. Ky.. 2-M3ui Invitational at 
Lahara.Haiai(laha«iaCiycCenteO 

ARKANSAS 

Maryland leads. 2-1 

12-3067 H W 86^1 



11-2M5 N1 W 



75^ 



1.€A Sfnrt&Uaui InvTtatnnal al L^ttaiia. 
Hawai (laTajna Crwc Center) 



ARMY 

Maryland bails. 44 




1-7-39 


A 


L 


2S45 


2-1W2 


A 


L 


3244 


2-643 


A 


L 


4044 


3-144 


A 


L 


22-85 


2-2645 


A 


L 


34-54 


2-2746 


A 


L 


25-52 


2-2447 


A 


W 


57-54 


1-3148 


A 


L 


44-48 


12-29« 


N1 


W 


57-54 


12-1M9 


H2 


L 


54^9 


12-21-77 


H 


W 


99-77 


12-2-69 


N3 


W 


7^60 


l-Chariotte invrtational at Chartotle. 
N C tCtiariotte Colseum), 2-Marvland 
invitatjonal at College Parli W (Cote 
F«) Kousel , JCential Fj«(r;( Oassc al 
RichmonOtft (RoOtms Center) 



AUGUSTA 
COLLEGE 

Maryland leads, 1-0 
11-27-89 H W 



105-74 



BAINBRIDGE 
NAVY 

Maryland trails, 0-2 



12-2143 


H L 


20-52 


1-2444 


A L 


25-78 


BALL STATE 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


11-30-76 


H W 


86-70 



BALTIMORE 
CITY COLLEGE 

Maryland leads, 2-1 

2-21-14 H I 



1-21-36 H W 



55J3 



14-38 A W 



BISCAYNE 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



12-9-78 H W 



6660 



BOSTON 
COLLEGE 

Maryland lea ds. 4-2 



1-11-58 


N1 


W 


ms3 


12-30-73 


H2 


W 


58-37 


12-24« 


H 


W 


89-76 


12-3-90 


N3 


L 


85-100 


12-11-05 


H 


W 


73-71 


3-10^)6 


N4 


L 


66« 



1 -NCAA Toimament at New Yort City. N Y 
(Macfson Squam Gardens). 2-Maryl3nd 
Invflabonal al College Parli. Md {Cole 
FteU House): S-ACOBiq East Chaienge 
at RKjimond. Va (fttfimond Coftseum]; 
4-ACC Tournament at G^enstxin). N C 
(GreenstoTQ Colseum) 

BOSTON 
UNIVERSiTY 

Maryland leads, 3-1 



12-8-75 H W 


122-82 


2-11-60 H W 


99-76 


1-20-90 N1 I 


61-65 


1-22-91 H W 


85-59 


1-at Boston Mass. (Boston Ganlen) 


BROWN 

Maryland leads, 3-0 


12-1-71 H W 


10&« 


11-29-72 H W 


127-82 


12-8-79 H W 


72-59 


BUCKNELL 

Maryland leads. S-0 


12-22-76 H W 


106-72 


11-25-77 H W 


9S62 


11-24-78 H W 


107-97 


12-22-79 H W 


95-73 


1-1M7 H W 


77-68 


12-M4 H W 


102-64 



BUFFALO 

Maryland leads. 4-0 



12-1-69 H W 


97-77 


12-5-70 H W 


109-70 


1-25-72 H W 


82-58 


2-11-73 H W 


93«4 


CALIFORNIA 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-8-96 N1 W 


8^64 


1-Franklin Natrona! Bantt Classrc at 
Undover. Md (USAjt Arena) 


CANISIUS 

Maryland leads. 7-0 


12-17-71 H W 


86-77 


12-9-72 H W 


107-80 


1-22-74 H W 


86-73 


12-23-78 H W 


128-103 


1-20-82 H W 


91-73 


124-82 A W 


67-66 


12-3-83 H W 


77-55 



CARROLL 
INSTITUTE 

Maryland trails. 0-1 



1904-05 




L 




CATHOUC 

Maryland leads. 12-10 


1910-11 


H 


W 


35-30 


1-14-14 


A 






1-31-14 


H 






1-25-19 


N1 




7-25 


3-3-19 


N1 




12-14 


1923-24 


H 




13-30 




H 




14-20 


1924-25 


A 


W 


18-14 




H 


W 


27-17 


1-11-30 


H 


W 


37-30 


2-6-31 


A 


W 


24-21 


2-3-32 


H 


W 


39-34 


1-25-33 


A 


L 


27-29 


2-2-34 


H 


W 


33-25 


2-12-35 


A 


L 


2945 


2-15-36 


H 


L 


2940 


2-12-38 


H 


W 


49-33 


2-20-39 


A 


W 


40-38 


2-1740 


H 


W 


46-31 


1-2944 


H 


W 


33-31 


2-644 


A 


L 


33-53 


12-10-79 


H 


W 


113-79 





CENTRAL 
FLORIDA 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



2-16^7 H W 



CHAMINADE 

Maryland leads, 2-0 



11-21-94 N1 W 



11-22-05 N1 W 



1-Maui Invitationat at Lahaina. Hawaii 
(latiana CMC Center) 



CHICAGO 
STATE 

Maryland leads, 2-0 



12-2-96 H W 


9444 


12-27-00 H W 


117-55 


CCNY 

The series Is tied, 1-< 


1924-25 H W 


22-16 


12-3141 A L 


40-57 



CINCINNATI 

Maryland leads, 2-1 


2-249 


Al L 


33-70 


12-30-54 


N2 W 


78*1 


2-19-95 


N3 W 


74-72 


1-at Cincinnatr, Ohro (Musrc Hall); 
2-AII-Ametican Crty Tournament at 
Oivensboro, Ky . 3-at San Antonio, Teas 
lAlamodome) 


THE CITADEL 

Maryland leads. 3-0 


34-38 


Nl W 


4543 


2-2647 


H W 


5240 


11-27-02 


H W 


9749 


(ReyncWs Oiftseum) 


CLEMSON 

Maryland leads, 8446 


12-15-38 


H W 


45-35 


34-39 


Nl L 


27-39 


1-140 


H W 


53-26 


1-2740 


A L 


3048 


12-1940 


H L 


3448 


1-1048 


H W 


4942 


2-2348 


A W 


63*1 


12-1848 


H W 


74-50 


2-2049 


A L 


49*8 


12-1649 


H L 


55*0 


2-25-50 


A L 


68-70 


2-3-51 


A L 


44-50 


2-19-51 


H W 


54-50™ 


3-1-51 


Nl W 


5048 


124-53 


A W 


8141 


1-6-54 


H W 


79-54 


34-54 


N2 W 


75-59 


1-8-55 


A W 


71*3 


2-15-55 


H W 


68*6 


1-7-56 


A W 


71*3 


2-14-56 


H W 


81*9 


14-57 


A W 


59-52 


2-25-57 


H W 


74*5 


14-58 


A L 


66-73 


2-13-58 


H W 


72-54 


1-10-59 


A L 


46-55 


2-16-59 


H W 


77-58 


2-1^60 


H W 


70-55 


2-26*0 


A W 


66-59""" 


2-10*1 


A L 


59-76 


2-25*1 


H W 


82*0 '»" 


3-2-61 


N2 W 


91-75 


2-10*2 


A L 


61-73 


2-24*2 


H L 


68-75 


2-9*3 


A L 


60^2 


2-23*3 


H W 


69^7 


12-16*3 


H W 


5648 


2-28*4 


A L 


68*3 


3-5*4 


N2 L 


67*1 


1-MS 


A W 


67*5 »" 


2-26*5 


H W 


88-71 


34*5 


N2 W 


61-50 


1-29*6 


A L 


66-71 


2-26*6 


H L 


69*1 


1-16*7 


H W 


6848 


2-25*7 


A L 


61*5 


1-15*8 


A L 


93-94 ^" 


2-24*8 


H W 


81*8 


1-13*9 


H W 


83-78 


2-22*9 


A W 


84*3 


1-12-70 


A W 


75*8 


2-23-70 


H W 


103*5 


1-11-71 


H W 


56-52 


2-23-71 


A L 


45-51 '"1 


1-8-72 


A L 


61*3 


2-19-72 


H W 


67-57 


3-9-72 


N3 W 


54-52 


1*-73 


A W 


79-75 


2-17-73 


H W 


69*6 


J*-73 


N3 W 


77*1 


1-5-74 


H W 


89*0 


2-16-74 


A W 


56-54 


1-22-75 


A L 


82*3 


2-26-75 


H W 


70*4 


1-21-76 


H L 


77*2 


2-14-76 


A W 


96*9 


1-19-77 


A L 


71-93 


2-12-77 


H W 


84-78 


1-16-78 


H W 


90-75 


2-11-78 


A W 


80-75 


1-17-79 


A W 


77*3 


2-10-79 


H W 


77*9 



3-1-79 


N3 


W 


75*7 


1-16*0 


H 


W 


84*3 


2-MO 


A 


L 


81-90 


2-29*0 


N3 


W 


91*5 


1-17*1 


A 


w 


68*2 'W 


2-12-81 


H 


w 


72-70 


1-16*2 


H 


w 


62-57 


2-13*2 


A 


L 


66-75 


1-19*3 


A 


w 


8061 


2-19*3 


H 


w 


92*8 


1-17*4 


H 


w 


85-72 


2-18*4 


A 


w 


66*5 »"■' 


1-16*5 


H 


w 


94*4 


2-17*5 


A 


L 


64-71 


2-6*6 


H 


w 


78*9 


2-15^ 


A 


L 


60-70 


1-17-87 


A 


L 


64-72 


24^7 


H 


L 


79*0 


1-9*8 


H 


W 


68-53 


2-10-88 


A 


W 


70*6 


1-7*9 


A 


L 


58-75 


2-7*9 


H 


W 


98*7 


1*-90 


A 


L 


77*2 


2-7-90 


H 


L 


73-75 


1-5-91 


H 


W 


81*5 


2*-91 


A 


L 


69-73 


1-25-92 


H 


W 


84-71 


2-22-92 


A 


L 


70*2 


3*92 


N4 


W 


81-75 


1-26-93 


A 


L 


72*2 


2-27-93 


H 


L 


73*1 


1-26-94 


H 


W 


73-53 


2-26-94 


A 


L 


67-73 


1-25-95 


A 


W 


56-51 


2-25-95 


H 


W 


84*8 


1-24-96 


H 


w 


65*0 


2-24-96 


A 


L 


61*8 


1-15-97 


H 


L 


63*7 


2*-97 


A 


L 


68*0 


3-7-97 


N3 


W 


76*1 


124-97 


A 


L 


65-78'°" 


1-24-98 


H 


W 


74*9 


1-24-99 


A 


W 


81-79 »" 


2-24-99 


H 


W 


77*0 


1-22-00 


H 


W 


74*2 


2-22-00 


A 


W 


76*3 


1-2-01 


A 


W 


104-92 


24*1 


H 


W 


69-54 


1-20*2 


H 


w 


99-90 


2-2002 


A 


w 


84*8 


1-25*3 


A 


w 


5247 


2-25*3 


H 


w 


91-52 


1-25*4 


A 


w 


65-52 


2-24*4 


H 


w 


7049 


2-1*5 


A 


L 


73*8 


2-22-05 


H 


L 


93-97 


3-1^05 


N5 


L 


72*4 


2-14^)6 


A 


L 


77-89 



1-So. Conf. Tournamenl at Raleigh, N.C, 
(Reynolds Colseum), 2-ACC Tournamenl 
al Raleigh, NC (Reynolds Coliseum), 
3-ACC Tournamenl at Greensboro, 
NC (Greensboro Coliseum), 4-ACC 
Tournament at Charlotte. N C (Chartotle 
Coliseum), S-ACC Tournamenl al 
Washington, DC (MCI Center) 

ACC SERIES 
PROHLE 

Terp salHomc 4^'0 



Terp s at Cole Field House: 40-7 
Terps at Comcast C enter 2-1 
_Terps on the Road. 24-33 



Terp s at Neutral Sit es: 104 
Terpssmce 1953-54; 80-38 

_Last 10 Games b-i 

Current Streak CU 



J .von 4 



_Longest UM Win Str eak: 13 
Longest CU Win St reak: 4 



Largest Win Margin: 40 (81-41 on 

Dec 4. 19S3) 

Largest Loss Margin: 22 (93-71 

on Jao 19 1977) 



Most UM Points Scored: 104 



Most CU Points Scored: 94 



CLEVELAND 

STATE 

Maryland leads, 1-0 
12-5*4 H W 

COASTAL 
CAROUNA 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

1-2*0 H W 1 

COLGATE 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



12*-94 H W 



113-53 



COLLEGE OF 
CHARLESTON 

Maryland trails, 0-1 

3-13-97 Nl L 66-75 
1-NCAA Tournament at Memf^rs. Tenn 
fntetyamK]) 

COLUMBIA 

Maryland leads. 2-0 

1924-25 A W 24-23 

12-2S-63 Nl W 82-76 

1-Evansvie HoWay Toumanenl (Roberts 
Stadium) 



CONNECTICUT 

Mary land trails. 2-3 



2-154 1 H L 43-52 

124-89" Nl L 65*7 



3-23-95 N2 L 



89-99 



12-3*1 N3 W 



77*5 



3-24-02 N4 W 



90*2 



1-ACOB^ East Cfiaiienge al Hartlort. 
Conn (Hanlort Cmc Center). 2-NCAA 
Tournament at OalOano. Calrf (OalOand 
Cotrsejm), M8«T Classic at Washington, 
DC (MCI Ceotef)>tOA East Regonal 
al Syraajse, H Y (Camer Dome) 

COPPIN STATE 

Maryland trails, 0-1 



CORNELl. 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

11-27-93 H W 



CREIGHTON 

Maryland leads, 2-0 



3-18-75 Nl W 



83-79 



3-13-99 N2 W 



75*3 



1-NCAA Tournament al Lubtock. Texas 
(Memonal Cofseum), 2-NCAA Taimamenl 
at Onando, Ra (Onando Arena) 



DAVIDSON 

Maryland leads, 7-3 

12-16-38 H W 



12-1647 H W 



3448 Nl L 



51-58 



49-52 



2-18-50 H W 



12-28*6 A3 W 



12-27*8 A3 L 



69*3 



3-23*5 H4 W 



78*3 



1-So Coot Toymament al Durham, N C 
(Duke iryjoor Stadrum). 2-al CnanottesviDe. 
Va (Memond Gymnasrum), W:hanotte 
Invrtational at Cftarlotte. N C (Cnartotle 
Coliseum). 4-NIT Second Round al 
CofleqePant.Md (Comcast Center) 



DAYTON 

The series is tied, 2-2 



12-30*5 Nl W 



2-13*4 H W 



1-5*5 



A L 



63*7 



11-22-00 N2 L 



71-77 



1-Sugar Bowl Tournament at New 
Orieans, La (Loyola Field House). 2- 
Maur tnvitatronal 31 LaOaina. Hawaii 
(Ijhatna Cwic Center) 



DELAWARE 

The senes is tied, 2-2 



1910-n 


A 


L 


14-io 


34-14 


A 


L 




12-29*9 


H 


W 


»»-5e 


12-1-70 


H 


w 


86-73 



DELAWARE 
STATE 

Maryland leads, 4-0 



11-25*9 H \N 


87-53 


1-17-% H fl 


118-55 


11-24*1 H W 


77-53 


12-28*5 H W 


81-55 


DEPAUL 

Maryland leads, 2-0 


12-12-76 H W 


92-7J 


12-7-98 Nl W 


92-7= 


1-BB&T Classic at Washington D 
(MCI Center) 


DEPAUW 

Maryland leads, 2-0 


12-12-74 H W 


1134, 


12-3-75 H W 


994: 


DETRorr 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-9-01 H W 


79-54 



DICKINSON 

COLLEGE 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



2-19-38 


H 


W 


57-27 


DUKE 

Maryland trails, 58-101 


1925-26 


H 


W 


41-20 


1-9-30 


H 


L 


27-28 


2-2O30 


A 


L 


24-39 


1-15*1 


H 


W 


32-24 


2-20-32 


A 


W 


20-18'°" 


1-12-33 


H 


w 


30-28 


1-11-3) 


H 


w 


37-33 


1-11-35 


H 


L 


3948 


2-1-36 


H 


W 


38-34 


3-5-36 


Nl 


W 


47-35 


1-16-37 


H 




31-34 


1-30-37 


A 




30-34 


1-15-38 


H 


W 


40-35 


1-29-38 


A 




3444 


3«8 


Nl 




32-35 


1-13-39 


H 


W 


37-31 


2-2-39 


A 


W 


6044 


1-940 


H 


W 


32-30 


1-3040 


A 




3748 


3-140 


Nl 




3244 


1-1141 


H 




2640 


2-141 


A 




1743 


1-1042 


A 




33-37 


2-2542 


H 




46*4 


2-1243 


H 




4346 


1*45 


A 




24-51 


2-2245 


Nl 




49-76 


1446 


A 




25-59 


1-2546 


H 




43-38 


2-1847 


H 




3840 


1-548 


A 




42-53 


1-3-50 


A 




46-58 


2-10-50 


H 




67-57 


2-16-51 


H 




4049 


2-18-52 


A 




51-56 


36-52 


Nl 




48-51 


3-5-53 


Nl 




74*5 


2-16-54 


H 




61*8 


12-7-54 


H 




4947 


12-17-54 


A 




61*8 


1-14-56 


A 




62-76 


2-7-56 


H 




70*2 


3-1-56 


N2 




69-94 


1-10-57 


H 


W 


62-51 


1-31-57 


A 




60-72 


1*-58 


H 


W 


7449 


2-21-58 


A 




59*8 


3-7-58 


N2 


w 


71*5'°'' 


1-7-59 


H 


w 


64-31 


1-17-59 


A 




69-78 




1-lMO 


A 


W 


5648 


2-1M0 


H 


W 


71-61 


1-1«1 


A 


L 


62-70 


2-1M1 


H 


W 


76-71 


1-1M2 


A 




68*4 


2-1 M2 


H 




53-79 


3-1-62 


N2 




58-71 


12-M2 


A 




56-92 


2-1 M3 


H 




70-76 


2-M4 


H 




72-104 


2-22-64 


A 




63*4 


2-1-65 


A 




64*2 


2-23*5 


H 


W 


85*2 


1-13-66 


A 




61-76 


2-1M6 


H 




69-74 


1-1«7 


H 




69-72'" 


2-1M7 


A 




58*1 


M3« 


H 




52*4 


2-M8 


A 




64*5 


1-11-69 


A 




85-96 


2-1M9 


H 




83-93 


1-28-70 


H 


W 


52-50 


2-21-70 


A 




76*7 


2-6-71 


A 


W 


88-79 


2-13-71 


H 




67-70 


2-5-72 


H 


W 


77-58 


2-26-72 


A 




59*8 


2-3-73 


A 




81*5 


2-24-73 


H 


W 


96*8 


2-2-74 


H 


W 


104*3 


2-23-74 


A 


W 


64*1 


3-7-74 


N3 


W 


85*6 


1-8-75 


H 


W 


83-77 


2-8-75 


A 


w 


104*0 


2-7-76 


H 


w 


102-91 


2-21-76 


A 


L 


67*9 


34-76 


N4 


W 


80-78 '' 


2-5-77 


A 


W 


65*4" 


2-19-77 


H 


W 


85-72 


1-4-78 


H 


L 


7M8 


2-18-78 


A 


L 


70*1 


3-2-78 


N3 


L 


69*1 


2-3-79 


A 


L 


78*7 


2-17-79 


H 


W 


70*8 


2-2-80 


H 


W 


101*2 


2-1M0 


A 


L 


61*6 


3-1-80 


N3 


L 


72-73 


1-10*1 


H 


W 


94-79 


2-7-81 


A 


L 


54*5 


3-M1 


N4 


W 


56-53 


1-9« 


A 


W 


40-36 


2-6-82 


H 


w 


77*0 


1-15« 


H 


L 


67*6 


2-21-83 


A 


W 


101-90 


1-14*1 


A 


W 


81-75 


2-11-84 


H 


L 


84*9 


3-11-84 


N3 


W 


74*2 


1-14^ 


H 


W 


78-76 '^ 


2-M5 


A 


L 


62-70 


3*« 


N5 


L 


7M6 


1-^86 


H 


L 


75*1 


1-2M6 


A 


L 


6»*0 


1-14*7 


H 


L 


61*5 


2-7-87 


A 


L 


67-76 


1-16*8 


A 


W 


72*9 


2-13*8 


H 


L 


83-90 


1-14*9 


H 


L 


72*2 


2-11*9 


A 


L 


60*6 


1-13-90 


A 


L 


80-91 


2-10-90 


H 


L 


111-114 "• 


3-9-90 


N6 


L 


84-104 


1-12-91 


H 


L 


78-9* 


2-9-91 


A 


L 


81-101 


1*-92 


H 


L 


66*3 


2-20-92 


A 


L 


89-91 


3-9-92 


N6 


L 


87-94 


1-30-93 


H 


L 


62-78 


3-3-93 


A 


L 


79-95 


1-29-94 


A 


L 


62-75 


3-2-94 


H 


L 


69-73 


1-28-95 


H 


W 


74-72 


3-1-95 


A 


W 


94-92 


1-28-96 


A 


L 


73*3 


2-28-96 


H 


L 


75-77 


M-96 


N3 


W 


82*9 


1-26-97 


H 


W 


74-70 


2-27-97 


A 


L 


69*1 


1-3-98 


H 


L 


72-104 


1-29-98 


A 


L 


59*6 


1-3-99 


H 


L 


64*2 


2-3-99 


A 


L 


77-95 


1-9*0 


H 


L 


70*0 


2-MO 


A 


W 


98*7 



3-12-00 


N6 


L 


68*1 


1-27-01 


H 


L 


96-98™ 


2-27-01 


A 


W 


91*0 


3-10*1 


N7 


L 


82*4 


3-31*1 


N8 


L 


84-95 


1-17*2 


A 


L 


78-99 


2-17*2 


H 


W 


87-73 


1-18*3 


H 


W 


87-72 


2-19*3 


A 


L 


70-75 


1-21-04 


H 


L 


60*8 


2-22*4 


A 


L 


63*6 


3-14*4 


N3 


W 


95*7'°" 


1-26*5 


A 


w 


75*6 


2-12*5 


H 


w 


99-92 '' 


1-11-06 


A 


L 


52-76 


2-11*6 


H 


L 


88-96 



1-Sc. Conf. Toumameni 31 Rateigh. N.C 
(ReyrH*teCofiseutii|:2-ACCToumameni 
al Rateigh. N C iReynolds Coliseum). 
3-ACC Tournament al Greensboro, 
N.C. iGreenstWfo Coliseum), 4-ACC 
Toumamenl al Landover Md (Capital 
Centre), 5-ACC Toumamenl al AHanta 
Ga. (Omnii, 6-ACC Toumamenl al 
Chartoae, NC (CfiailoDe Cdiseumi, 7- 
ACCToumamemalAiJanta,Ga (Geofgia 
Dome), &^CAA Pinal FoufaiMBineapote. 
Minn (HHH Metratome) 



ACC SERIES 
PROHLE 

TerpsatHome: 35-36 

Terps a t Cole Field House: 22-25 
Terps a t Comcast Cen ter 2-2 

Terps on the Road ' >52 

Terps at Neutral Sites: 8-13 



Terps since 1953-54: 42-78 

Last 10 Games: 5-5 

Current Streak: UM won 2 



long est UM Win Strea k: 7 



Longest DU Win Streak. 15 



Largest Win Margin. 33 1&4-31 on 

Jan. 7 19591 

Urgest Loss Margin: 36 (92-56 

onP e-: 9 '%:■ 

MostU M Points Score d: 111 
Most DU Points Scored: 114 



DUQUESNE 

M aryland leads, M 



2-9-72 


H 


W 


85-71 


2-21-73 


A 


W 


81-71 


2-20-74 


H 


W 


98-72 


2-23-75 


A 


W 


103*2 


12-11*2 


H 


W 


85*4 


12-10*3 


A 


W 


78*7 


11-23-98 


H 


W 


81-47 


11-30*2 


H 


W 


89-39 



EAST 
CAROUNA 

Maryland leads. 6-0 



11-29-75 


H 


W 


127*4 


12*-76 


H 


W 


8(M9 


12-7-77 


H 


W 


130-106 


12-16-78 


H 


w 


82-71 


2-13*0 


H 


w 


85-72 


12-10*7 


H 


w 


75-59 



EASTERN 
KENTUCKY 

Maryland leads, 1-0 
12-5-73 H W 



EAST 

TENNESSEE 

STATE 

Maryland leads. 2* 

3-1-75 H W 104*7 

12-23*9 Nl W 91*6 

l-Chaminade Chnstmas Classic al 
Hi»ic*fc.H3iBi|Bais<MCailgl 

EVANSVIUC 

The senes is ti ed,_1 -J 

12-31-53 nT ^V 66-58 



12-30-91 N2 L 



VAII-American City Toumamenl al 
Owensboro. Ky.; 2-Fest3 Bmt Classic al 

Tucson, AfiL (McKale Center} 



FAIRLEIGH 
DICKINSON 

Maryland leads, 6-0 



12-10*0 H W 


109*3 


12-3*5 H W 


74-51 


12-29*6 H W 


70-59 


11-18-97 H W 


81-70 


11-22-99 H W 


10445 


11-18*5 H W 


111*5 


H.ORIDA 

Maiyland trails, 0-2 


2-26-32 Nl L 


24*9 


12-14*2 H 
64*9 


L 


1-So Conf Toumamenl al Atlanta. Ga 



FLORIDA 

INTERNATIONAL 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



11-25-97 H W 



117-70 



FLORIDA 
STATE 

Maryland leads. 23-7 



1-18-92 


H 


L 


83-91 '"" 


2-5-92 


A 


W 


93*5 


1-13-93 


A 


L 


85-105 


2-13-93 


H 


L 


84-87 


1-11-94 


H 


W 


80-74 


2-12-94 


A 


W 


69*6 


1-10-95 


A 


W 


70-57 


2-11-95 


H 


W 


8M5 


3-10-95 


Nl 


W 


71*4 


2-10-96 


A 


L 


78-100 


34-96 


H 


W 


88-78 


1-29-97 


A 


L 


70-74 


2-13-97 


H 


W 


73-57 


1-7-98 


H 


w 


81-74 


2-7-98 


A 


w 


6&*2 


1-27-99 


H 


w 


107*7 


2-27-99 


A 


w 


84-75 


3-5-99 


N1 


w 


93*9 


1-2M0 


A 


w 


82*3 


3-1-00 


H 


w 


85-70 


3-1IMI0 


N2 


w 


82*1 


1-14*1 


A 


w 


76-55 


2-14*1 


H 


L 


71-74 


1-26*2 


H 


W 


84*3 


2-27*2 


A 


w 


96*3 


3**2 


N2 


w 


85-59 


1-11*3 


H 


w 


89*2 


2-12-03 


A 


w 


74-72 


12-2M3 


A 


L 


75-79 


2-»04 


H 


W 


7J*2 


12-1M4 


H 


W 


9M8m 


2-22*6 


A 


L 


60-71 


1-ACC Toumamenl at Greensboro 
N C (Gfeenstjoro Cohseuml, 2-ACC 
Toumamenl at Chailofle. N C (Ctiartolte 
Coiseiinl 



ACC SERIES 
PROFILE 

Terps at Home "-3 



Terps al Cole Field House: 8-3 
Terp s at Comcast Ce nter 3-0 

Terps on the Road 9-1 

Terp s at Neutral Site s: 4-0 
Jerps since 1953-5d. 24-7 

Lasl lO Games 8-2 

CurrenlStreali ■ 



'" *' 0"2 
Longest UM Win Stre ak: 10 



Longest FSU Win Str eak: 2 



Largest Win Margin: 33 (96-63 on 

Feb 27. 2002) 

Largest Loss Margin: 22 (100-78 

on Feb '0 '9961 



MostUM Points Scored: 107 



Most FSU Points Scored: 105 



FORDHAM 

Maryland leads, 7-1 



12*-56 H L 


62*8 


12-7-57 A W 


61-58 


12-29-59 Nl W 


76*4 


12-20*9 H2 W 


94-71 


2*73 A W 


83-72 


1-17-74 H W 


112-73 


2*-75 A W 


6546 


12-20-75 H W 


81-56 


1*liie Grass Festival at Louisville. Ky. 
(Kentucky Stale Fairgrounds Pawlion); 

Md fColeFieli] House) 



FORT BELVOIR 

Maryland trails. 0-1 


1-2644 H 


L 


2»*0 


GALLAUDET 

Maryland leads. 7* 


1-11-11 A 


L 


30-58 


1910-11 H 


L 


27-54 


1-21-14 A 


L 


15-79 


2-14-14 H 


L 




1-18-19 Nl 


W 


27-26 


2-15-19 Nl 


L 


9-33 


1923-24 H 


W 


42-28 


1924-25 H 


W 


25-14 


1925-26 H 


w 


40-13 


1926-27 H 


w 


39-26 


1-18-28 H 


w 


45-20 


1-7-31 H 


w 


38-29 


12-2144 H 


L 


26-27 


l-atWaslwigtaiYMCA 



GEORGE 

MASON 

Maryland l eads. M 



12-5*1 


H 


W 


74*2 


11-26*5 


A 


W 


81*0 


12-22*9 


Nl 


W 


104*6 


12-27-99 


H 


W 


69*6 


1-15*1 


N2 


W 


83*0 


11-25*3 


H 


W 


79*4 


124*4 


N3 


W 


78-54 



l-Chammade Christmas 
Honolulu. Hawaii (Biasdeii 
NCAA Toumamenl at Bo<se, 
Pavionj.^-BB&TQasscal 
DC (MClCenffir) 



Classic at 
Center), 2- 
kl^(BSU 
Washngtor. 



GEORGETOWN 

Maryland leads. 36-25 


1910-11 


A 


L 


25*1 


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*-39 


H 


L 


25-39 


1-1740 


A 


W 


28-27 


1-1741 


A 


L 


34-51 


1-2142 


A 


W 


5142 


2-2043 


H 


L 


3646 


2447 


H 


W 


5549 


1-748 


A 


L 


40-52 


1-1049 


A 


L 


51-53 


2-1749 


H 


L 


52*6 


1-7*0 


A 


W 


71*5 


1-13*1 


H 


W 


5847 


1-10-52 


H 


W 


5540 


2-21-52 


A 


L 


61-71 


1-10-53 


H 


L 


45-54 


2-19-53 


A 


L 


4849 


1-9-54 


A 


L 


56*8 »» 


2-18*4 


H 


W 


53*0 


124-54 


H 


W 


6043 


2-25-55 


A 


W 


5749 .»T, 


1-21-56 


A 


W 


62-57"' 


2-25-56 


H 


w 


72*1 


1-16-57 


H 


w 


82*9 


2-27-57 


A 


w 


62-59 


1-14-58 


A 


w 


5545 


2-26-58 


H 


w 


5646 


1-14-59 


H 


w 


61-53 


2-25-59 


A 


w 


67-56 


12-14-59 


H 


w 


5948 


1-13*0 


A 


L 


51*6 


12-14*0 


A 


W 


78*7 


1-11*1 


H 


W 


5547 


12-&*! 


H 


L 


78-79™ 


1-10*2 


A 


W 


83-70 


124*2 


A 


L 


70-79 


24*3 


H 


W 


73-72 


124*3 


A 


L 


72*3 


2-25*4 


H 


L 


78*1 


2-13*5 


A 


W 


85*7 


12-15*5 


H 


W 


77-59 


2-11*7 


A 


L 


49*0 


3-2*8 


H 


W 


6»*0 


3-1*9 


A 


W 


83-76 


2-7-70 


H 


w 


81-71 


12-19-70 


A 


L 


79-92 


12-13-71 


H 


W 


7946 



12-12-72 


A 


W 


99-73 


12-11-73 


H 


W 


115*3 


12-10-74 


Nl 


W 


104-71 


2-18-76 


A 


W 


72*3 


11-28-77 


N2 


W 


91*7 


11-28-78 


Nl 


L 


65*8 


124-79 


N3 


L 


71*3 


3-14*0 


N4 


L 


68-74 


11-26-93 


Al 


W 


84*3'" 


3-22*1 


N5 


W 


76*6 



1-al Landover. MO (Capital Centre). 
2-Tip Off Toumamenl at Landover. Md 
(Capital Centre). 3-ai Wasnir»gton, D C 
(Municipal Annory). 4-NCAA Toumamenl 
al Phiiabelptiia. Pa (The Speclnjmj. 
S-NCAA Toumamenl al Anaheim. Caltf. 
(Anwitiead Pof>d dAnahem) 



GEORGE 
WASHINGTON 

Maryland leads, 35-29 



2-11-14 


H 






2-1-19 


N1 




11-25 


3*-19 


Nl 




20-53 


1923-24 


H 


W 


41-22 


1923-24 


H 




19-20 


2-22-39 


A 




24-37 


2-2240 


H 




2644 


2-1041 


A 




2»*1 


1-2442 


H 




2947 


1-2343 


A 




4148 


2-246 


H 


W 


48*5 


1-1047 


H 


W 


4443 


2-1047 


H 




48*3 


2-1148 


A 




49*5 


3-148 


H 




35-59 


1-2649 


H 




54*6 


2-2649 


A 




42*1 


1-14-50 


H 




51-72 


2-23-51 


A 




47*7 


2-29-52 


H 




56-57 


2-3-53 


A 




62*3(2 OT) 


2-24-53 


H 


W 


66-53 


1-15-54 


H 


W 


6»*1 


2-23-54 


A 




57-70 


1-16-55 


A 




51-75 


2*-55 


H 




67-73 


1*-56 


H 


W 


62-48 


2-11-56 


A 


W 


6746 


1-12-57 


A 


W 


6848 


2-2-57 


H 


W 


84*7 


124-57 


H 


W 


64-55 


2-10-59 


H 


L 


6S*6"^ 


12-3-59 


A 


W 


64-57 


2-20*0 


H 


W 


8M4»^' 


12-6*0 


H 


W 


80*8 


2-18*1 


A 


L 


44*3 


1-3*2 


A 


W 


67-56 


1-16*2 


H 


W 


81*7 


1-7*3 


H. 


W 


74-72 


2-1*3 


A 


W 


66*7 


2-1*4 


A 


W 


80-76 


12-3*4 


H 


W 


82*0 


1-27*6 


A 


W 


107*1 


2-9*7 


H 


W 


78-52 


124*7 


A 


W 


84-53 


12-17*8 


H 


W 


99-96 


12-3*9 


A 


W 


92-71 


1-23-71 


H 


W 


69*7 


124-71 


A 


W 


117-96 


12-22-72 


H 


W 


88-79 


2-9-74 


N2 


W 


92-71 


12-21-74 


N2 


W 


81*7 


1-7-76 


A 


W 


82-72 


1-29-77 


H 




76*6 


12-10-77 


A 




90-101 


1-3-79 


H 


W 


84-72 


12-3-95 


N3 


w 


98*1 


12-9-% 


N3 


w 


74*8 


12*-97 


N4 




66-70 


12-5-99 


N5 




69-74 


12-3*0 


N5 


w 


71*3 


12**2 


N5 


w 


93*2 


12-5*4 


N5 




92-101 


12-5*5 


N5 




70-78 



1-al Washington YHCA. 2-al Landover. 
Md (Capital Centre). 3-Ftankin Naborul 
Bank Classic al Landover. Ud (USAir 
Arena), 4-FranUin Nalionai Bank Classc 
31 Washington. DC (MCI Cenlerl. 5- 
BB&T Classic al Washington, D C. (MCI 
Cenler) 



GEORGIA 

Maryland trails, 2-5 



2-29-24 


N1 


L 


25-29 


1926-27 


H 


W 


34-33 


2-25-27 


Nl 


L 


22-27 


1-2-31 


Nl 


W 


26-25 


24-33 


H 


L 


3640 


3-15*2 


N2 


L 


69*3 


12-30-96 


N3 


L 


65-73 '»"' 



1-So Con) Toumamenl at Atlanta, Ga.; 
2-Nationai Invitatxxi Toumamenl al New 
York N y (Madison Square Ganjen); 
3-Ramtx)w Classic al Honolulu. Hawaii 
[Blasdell Center} 

GEORGIA 
STATE 

Maryland leads, 2-0 

11-26-88 Nl W 6»^2 

3-17-01 N2 W 7»^ 

l-Freedom Bowl ClassK al Irvine, CaW. 

(Brai Events Cenler); 2-W:AAToumamenl 

al Boise, klaho (BSU Pavflion) 

GEORGIA TECH 

Maryland trails. 32j;33 



12-25-72 


HI 


W 


90-55 


12-27-74 


HI 


w 


105*7 


12-10-75 


H 


w 


91*5 


12-29-77 


HI 


w 


65*3 


12-19-79 


H 


w 


7M0 


1-1*0 


A 


w 


83-74 


2-28*0 


N2 


w 


5149'™ 


12-21*0 


A 


w 


66*5 


1-31*1 


H 


w 


72*4 


12-21*1 


H 




4145 


1-3M2 


A 




61*4 


2-5*3 


H 


w 


77*8 


2-21*3 


A 




60-70 


3-11*3 


N3 




58*4 '°T' 


24*4 


A 




70-71'™ 


2-23*4 


H 


w 


79-74 


12-28*4 


N4 




69-70 


2-2*5 


H 




60-72 


2-19*5 


A 




4148 


1-11*6 


A 




67*8 


2-22*6 


H 




70-77 


1**6 


N2 




62*4 


2-1*7 


A 




72-76 


2-10*7 


H 




74-78 


2**8 


H 




83-96 


2-17*8 


A 




82-104 


111*8 


N2 


w 


84*7 


24*9 


A 




74*7 


2-14*9 


H 




66*7 


2-3-90 


H 




84-90 


2-13-90 


A 




78*0 


2-1-91 


A 




65*0 


2-13-91 


H 


w 


96-93 


1-5-92 


A 




67-92 


2-9-92 


H 




65*7 


1-5-93 


H 




75*5 


2*93 


A 




79-93 


14-94 


A 


w 


91*8 


2-5-94 


H 




71*3 


14-95 


H 


w 


8ft*7 


24-95 


A 




91-100 


1-196 


A 




84-98 


2-196 


H 


w 


88-74 


19-96 


N2 


L 


79*4 


12-12-96 


H 


w 


77*3 


2-19-97 


A 


w 


76*8 


1-21-98 


A 


w 


70*7 


2-21-98 


H 


w 


81*9 


l*-98 


N2 


w 


81*5 


1-19-99 


A 


w 


77*2 


2-21-99 


H 


w 


91*0 


1-15*0 


A 


L 


68*9 


2-16*0 


H 


w 


92-70 


1**1 


H 


w 


91*0 


2**1 


A 


L 


62-72 


1-13*2 


A 


W 


92*7 


2-11*2 


H 


W 


85*5 


12-2M2 


H 


W 


84-77 


2-9*3 


A 


L 


84-90 


1-17-04 


A 


L 


71*1 


2-1M4 


H 


L 


64-75 


1-3M5 


H 


W 


79-71 


1-25*6 


A 


W 


86-74 


2-18*6 


H 


w 


87*4'™ 


3-9*6 


N2 


w 


82*4 



1-Maryiand Invitabonat alColege Park. Md- 
(Cole Field House), 2-ACC Toumamenl al 
Greensbon). N.C. (GreenstximCcteeum); 
MCC Tournament at AdanQ. 6a (Omnii; 
4-Rainbow Classic al Honolulu, Hawaa 
(BlasdeH Center) 



ACC SERIES 
PRORLE 

JTerps 31 Ho me: 20-11 



Terps at Cole Fiel d House: 17-10 
_Terps at Comc ast Center 3-1 
JTerps on the Roa d. 8-1B 



Terps al Neutral Sites: 4-4 
Terps since 1953-54: 32-33 

Last 10 Gaines: 7-3 

Current Strealc UM won 3 
Longest UM Win Streak: 9 
Longest GT Win Streak: 10 
Largest Win Margin: 38 (10S*7 



Largest Loss Margin: 25 (92-67 



Mosl UM Points Scored: 105 



Most GT Points Scofwl: 104 



GONZAGA 

Maryland trails. 1-2 

3-16-95 Nl W 



67-63 



12-6-04 N2 L 



6^2 



11-21-05 N3 L 



7&^ 



l-NCAA Toumamenl al Sail Lake City. 
Utah (Jon Huntsman Cenler). 2-BB4T 
CtasscalWashngton,DC (MClCenlerl. 
3-EASports/Maui Invitabonal al Lahama. 
H3wai(LahanaCivic Center) 



HAMPDEN- 
SYDNEY 

The series is tied, 2-2 



1-14-39 H W 


lt-25 


1-2244 H L 


43-5' 


1-2745 H L 


42-; 


1-2646 H W 


35-:-; 


HAMPTON 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


1**3 H W 


108-58 




HAWAII 

Maryland leads. 2* 


12-27*4 Al W 


79-71 


12-28-96 Al W 


76-59 


1-Rainbm Classic at Honolulu. Hawaii 
(Blasdefl Center) 



HAWAII- 
PACIHC 

Maryland lead s, 1-0 

12-29-85 "aT W 92-J 

1-Hawait-Paafic Toumamenl al Wa,. 
Hgwan (Waf Memonai Coliseum) 

HOFSTRA 

Maryland leads, 4* 

2-7*2 H W 94-! 



12-28-93 Nl W 



11-20-98 H W 



11-29*3 H W 87- 7: 

t-Hall or Fame Classic at SpringfielO 
Mass [SpnnglieM Owe Cenlerl 



HOLY CROSS 

Maryland leads. 4-0 

12-22-71 A W _ 102 
12-29-73 HI W 



102-75 



1-26*3 A2 W 



55-53 



1-21*5 H W 99-75 

1-Ma/ytand inyitatonal al Cotege Park. 
m ICole FieM Housel. 2-al * 
Mass (Wofcestef Cenlnim) 



HOUSTON 

The series is tied. M 
12-29^ Nl W 69- ^- 
3-22-83 N2 L 50^ : 
1-Sugar Bowl Toumamenl al New 
Orleans. La. (Loyola Field House). 2- 
NCAA Toumamenl al Houston. Texas 
(T>>eSumfT«) 



HOWARD 

Mainland leads. 3 -0 



1-2-93 H W 


10M9 


12*-95 H W 


88-71 


11-26-96 H W 


93-55 



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2006-07 

.MEN'S BASKETBALL 



ILUNOIS 

Maryland lea ds. ^2 



3-22-84 


N1 


L 


70-72 


3-1+-98 


N2 


W 


67-61 


12-4-99 


N3 


W 


6M7 


11-21-00 


N4 


L 


80-90 


11-27-01 


H5 


W 


7S« 



1-NCAA ToumarDenl al Lenr^glor, Ky, 
(Rupp Arenal, 2-NCAA Toumamenl ai 
Sacramento CaW (Aro: Arena), 5-BB4T 
OasscalWashnglon DC (MClCenter). 
i-Uaui Invitational al Laftama. Hawaii 
(Lahama C(v)c C«fiief|, 5-ACOBig Ten 
ChaHenge at College Pahi. Md. (Cole 
F«W House) 



INDIANA 

Maryland trails, 1-5 


12-30-33 H L 


17-30 


12-20^ H L 


29-30 


12-28-59 N1 L 


63-72 


3-14-81 N2 L 


64-99 


4-1-02 N3 W 


64-52 


12-3*2 N4 L 


74«°- 



1-6tue Grass fesbvai at LcxxsvAe. Ky 
(Kec^bjdiy Stale Fairgrounds Pavilion). 
2-NCAA Toumamenl at Dayton. Oliio 
lOaylon Arena}. 3^CAA Final Four al 
Atlanta, Ga (George Dome): 4-AC0&g 
Ten Challenge al Indianapolis, Ind. 
(Conseco Feidhouse) 

lONA 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

3-16^ N1 W 74-59 
l-NCAAToumameni at Unneapois. Minn 
(HHH Metrodome j 

IOWA 

Maryland leads, 2-0 

12-25-84 N1 W 7^^'°^ 



11-30-99 N2 W 



8i^ 



1 -Rainbow Classic al Honolulu. Hawaii 
(Blaisdeli Center): 2-ACC/819 Ten 
Challenge at Baltmore, Md. (Baltimore 

Areta) 

JACKSON 
STATE 

Maryland leads. 1-0 



11-1M4 H W 



93-57 



JACKSONinUE 

Maryland leads, 2-1 



3-23-72 Nl W 



12-^89 H W 



12-8-90 A L 70-71 

l-rjabonal Invitation Toumamenl at New 
YoUi. H-Y. IMaHson Square Garten) 

JAMES 
MADISON 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



1-2M7AVV 



90-76 



JOHNS 
HOPKINS 

Maryla nd lea ds, 19-5 



1-20-28 


A 


L 


20-22 


2-21-28 


H 


W 


23-19 


1-18-29 


H 


L 


23-25 


2-23-29 


A 


W 


19-18 


1-17-30 


H 


W 


41-24 


2-22-30 


A 


W 


39-24 


1-22-31 


A 


W 


33-20 


2-25-31 


H 


W 


31-22 


1-23-32 


A 


W 


33-26 


2-23-32 


H 


W 


38-24 


1-18-33 


A 


L 


27-37 


2-22-33 


H 


w 


35-31 


1-24-34 


A 


L 


32-35 


2-21-34 


H 


W 


32-19 


2-26-35 


A 


W 


41-35 


34-35 


H 


W 


52-25 


2-19-36 


H 


W 


45-40 


1-6-37 


H 


«V 


54-31 


2-21-38 


H 


W 


56-30 


2-340 


H 


w 


49-36 


12-17-40 


A 


L 


24-38 


12-18^ 


H 


w 


41-36 


12-2(M7 


A 


w 


6«3 


11-26« 


H 


w 


10M5 



KANSAS 

Maryla n d trails, 2-3 



12-1964 


H 


L 


61-63 "■ 


12-1065 


A 


L 


62-71 


11-23*1 


Nl 


L 


56-58 


12-7-97 


N2 


W 


8^83 


3Jfr02 


N3 


W 


97-88 



T-Great Alaska Shootout al Arxfxxage. 
Alaska (Sullivan Arenai Z-Franklin 
National Bank Classic at Washington. 
D C (MCI Center): 3-NCAA Final Four al 
Atlanta, Ga. (Geoiga Dome) 



KANSAS STATE 

Maryland leads. 1-0 


12-11-65 


A 


W 


e57 


KENTUCKY 

Maryland trails. 5-8 


1-19-28 


H 


W 


37-7 


2-28-30 


Nl 


L 


21-26 


3-3J1 


Nl 


W 


29-27 


12-15-55 


H 


L 


61-62 


12-15-56 


A 


L 


55-76 


12-9-57 


H 


W 


71-62 


12-15-58 


A 


L 


56-58 '»'■ 


3-2(M8 


N2 


L 


81-90 


11-24-95 


N3 


L 


84-96 


12-12-98 


A 


L 


91-103 


11-24-99 


N4 


L 


5»61 


12-11-99 


H 


W 


72-66 


3-22-02 


N5 


W 


7&« 



1-So. Conf Toumamenl at Atlanta Ga., 
2-NCAA Toumamenl al Cinannati, Ohio 
(Rwerfronl Coliseum). 3-Hall of Fame 
Tlp-Off Classic al Spnngfield. Mass 
(Springfield Civk Center). 4-Preseason 
NIT at New York. N.Y. (Madson Square 
Garden). 5-NCAA East Regional at 
Syracuse, N-Y. (Camer Dome) 

KENTUCKY 

WESLEYAN 

Mafyland leads, 1-0 

1-2-54 Al W 54-37 
t -All- American City Toumamenl at 
OiiBflsbofo, Ky. 



KENT 

Maryland leads. 1-0 
1-2-73 H W 



76-58 



LAFAYETTE 

Maryland leads, 4-0 



1924-25 H W 



11-2»81 H W 



12-22-90 H W 



12-23-96 H W 



LAMAR 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



12-29-88 Nl W 

1-Sui Bowl Touniament at B Paso. Texas 
(Special Events Center) 

LA SALLE 

Maryland leads, 3-0 



12-3M3 HI W 



12-12-92 A W 



12-27-94 H W 



1-Maiy(and Invjtalional at Ccdege Paht. 
Md. (Cote Field House) 



LEHIGH 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



UBERTY 

Maryland leads. 1-0 



12-2804 H W 



LONG ISLAND 

Maryland leads. 7-0 



2-12-72 A W 



1-23-73 H W 



100-73 



12-7-74 H W 



12-2-76 H W 



4945 



12-17-77 H W 



12-2-61 H W 



LOUISIANA 
STATE 

^^^e series is tied. 2-2 



2-27-31 Nl W 


37-33 


12-21-63 N2 W 


75« 


12-12-87 A L 


54-55 


1-2-89 H L 


77-79 


1-So Con! Toumamenl alADaflla. Ga, 
2-VPI Tournament al Biaclisburg. Va 
(VinjinaTediCoJeeumj 


LOUISVILLE 

Maryland trails, 2-S 


12-3(M1 Nl L 


64« 


3-22-75 N2 L 


82-96 


1-13-79 H L 


84-99 


12-13-80 A L 


67-78 


12-10-91 A L 


79-96 


12-28-92 H W 


72-67 


11-20«1 N3 W 


95-73 



1 -5ugar Bowl Tournament at New Orleans . 
La (Loyola Field House). 2-NCAA 
Tournament at Us Cnjces, N.H (Pan 
Ameocan Center), yitom Invitalnnal al 
Lahama. Hawaa (Lahana Ciwc Center) 



LOYOLA (MD.) 

Maryland leads. 8-5 



1-17-31 H L 



30-33 



1-11-32 



12-12-47 H L 



12-11-48 A L 



12-30-58 Nl W 



1-27-71 A W 



12-20-71 A W 



12-22-84 A W 



81-74 



11-27-87 N2 W 



74-60 



2-19-94 H W 



11-29-94 H W 



92-62 



2-2-03 H W 



85-58 



1-Sugar Bmri Tnimamenl at New Oleans. 
La. (Loytla Field House): 2-MCI Haitw 
Classic at Ballimore. Md (Baibmore 
Arena) 



MAINE 

Maryland leads, 1-0 
1-24-70 H W 



MANHATTAN 

The series is tied. M 



3-15-58 Nl W 



59-55 



3-1^06 H2 L 



84^7 



1-NCAA Toumamenl al Chatlotte. N.C 
(Charlotte Coliseum): 2-NIT First Round al 
College Parfc. Md (Comcast Cenler) 

MARINE 

CORPS 

INSTITUTE 

The series is tied, 1-1 



1-1845 H L 



34-50 



12-1845 H W 



MARSHALL 

The seri es is tied, 2-2 

12-1743 H " 



3946 



12-2045 H L 



43-50 



12-2fr68 Al W 



12-2»80 H2 W 



114«9 



l-Marshad InvitalionaJ at Hunbngton W 
\b. (Memonal Fcid House). 2-MaiYland 
Invitational at College Padi. m (Cote 
Field House) 



MD.- 

BALTIMORE 

COUNTY 

(UMBO 

M aryland leads, 13-0 



2-18-87 


H 


W 


78*t 


2-1-89 


H 


w 


7fr66 


2-22-90 


H 


w 


113*1 


1-7-91 


H 


w 


92-66 


12-1-92 


H 


w 


103*0 


12-2-93 


H 


w 


89*0 


12-M4 


H 


w 


102-77 



124-96 


H 


W 


67-31 


12-13-97 


H 


w 


10«6 


11-17-98 


H 


w 


9M2 


12-30-99 


H 


w 


82-52 


12-1300 


H 


w 


93*7 


12-2WI2 
101-60 




H 


W 



MD.-EASTERN 
SHORE (UMES) 

Maryland le ads, 15-0 



11-30-79 


H 


W 


82-58 


1-20*1 


H 


W 


81*5 


12-7*1 


H 


W 


76*4 


12-1*2 


H 


w 


91-70 


12-14-83 


H 


w 


104*9 


12-13*4 


H 


w 


8748 


2-17*6 


H 


w 


9144 


2-27*7 


H 


w 


117-51 


2-25*8 


H 


w 


101-51 


12-1*8 


H 


w 


97-53 


11-26-91 


H 


w 


115*0 


12-7-92 


H 


w 


94*3 


12-28-95 


H 


w 


104*6 


12-30*0 


H 


w 


105-53 


1*04 


H 


w 


87-38 


UMASS 

Maryland trails. 24 


3-15-90 


HI 


w 


91*1 


12-29-93 


N2 


L 


80-94 


3-19-94 


N3 


w 


95*7 


12-10-94 


N4 


L 


74*5 


12-2-95 


N5 


L 


47-50 


2-15-97 


N6 


L 


61-78 



t-National Invitation Tournament al 
College Park, Md (Cole Reld House), 
2-Hai! of Fame Classic at Spnngfield. 
Mass (SpnngfieWCivic Center). 3-NCAA 
Toumamenl at Wichita, Kan (Kansas 
Coliseum). 4-al Baltimore. Md (Baltmore 
Arena). 5-Fran)din Nationa) Bank Classic 
at Landover, Md (USAir Arena). 6-al 
Worcester Mass- (Worcester Centrum) 

MEMPHIS 

Maryland trails. D-2 
12-30-57 Nl L 4647 ""^ 



12-17*6 A2 L 



53-55 



11-26-04 N3 W 



84*1 



1 -Sugar Bcwt Toumamenl al New Oieans 
La [Loyola Field House) 2-Memphis 
Invitational at Memphis. Tenn (Mid- 
South Coleeum), 3-Hall o( Fame Tipofl 
Classic at SpnngDeld. Mass (Sonngf«ld 
Civic Center) 



MERCER 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


11-23*4 H W 


93*7 


MIAMI 

Maryland trails, 3-5 


2-1-54 A W 


63-57 


1-22*2 A W 


71*8 


12-29*4 Al L 


73*0 


1-30*8 A L 


73-93 


12-21*8 N2 L 


8^92 


2-5*5 A L 


73-75 m 


1-7-06 A L 


70*4 


3-1-06 H W 


65*1 


l-Hurricane Classic al Miami, Fia 
(Miami Beach Convention Cenler). 2- 
Marshall Invitational al Huntinglon, W 
Va (Memonal FeldHousel 



ACC SERIES 



Tetps at Ho me: 1-0 



Tejps at Comcast C enter 1-0 
Terps on the Road 2-i 

Je^ps at Neutral Sit es: 0-1 
Terps since 1953-54: 3-5 

Last 8 Games: 3-5 

Curre nt Streak: UMd won 1 

_Longesl UM Win Stre ak: 1 



Longest UMia Win Str eak: 5 



Largest Win Margin. 4 [65-61 on 
Mar 1.2006) 

Largest Loss Margin: 25 (92-67 
on Jan. 5. 1992) 

Most UH Points Scored: 85 

Most UMia Points Scored: 93 



MIAMI-OH 

Maryland leads. 4-1 

1-2849 A W 



4342 



1-2949 A L 



12-28-79 HI W 



3-15*5 N2 W 69*8" 



11-24-02 H W 



6449 



1-Maryland Invitational at College 
Paik. Md (Cole Field House), 2-NCAA 
Tournament at Daylon, Ohio (Dayton 
Arena) 



MICHIGAN 

Maryland trails. 2-3 



3-25-94 Nl L 



71-78 



12-2-00 N2 W 



62*1 



1-NCAA Tournament at Dallas, Teias 
(Reunion Arena). 2-BB&T Classic at 
)tesriington,DC (MCI Center) 

MICHIGAN 
STATE 

Maryland trails, 0-2 

12-29-55 HI L 75-95 

3-28*3 Nl L 58*0 

l-Mid-l//mIef Fest^al at College Parti, Md 
(Cote Field House), 2-NCAA Tournament 
at San Anlaio, Texas (Alamodome) 



MINNESOTA 

Mary land leads, 3-0 



12-10*0 A W 



12-15*1 H W 



11-30*5 H W 83*6 

MISSISSIPPI 

Maryland trails, 1-2 

2-26-26 Nl L 19-22 
3-1-29 Nl L 35-37 
11-28*7 N2 W 77*9 
1-So Conf Toumamenl at AUania, Ga„ 
2-MCl Haitxx C^ssK al Baltmore. Md, 
(Balttnote Arena) 

MISSISSIPPI 
STATE 

Maryland trails, 0-2 



12-29-58 Nl L 


45-56 


12-29^1 Nl L 


62*4 


La (Loyola Field House) 


MISSOURI 

Maryland trails, 1-3 


i**e A L 


85-93 


1-24*9 H L 


73*7 


2-18-96 H W 


91-72 


12-30-97 A L 


79*3 


MONMOUTH 

Maryland leads, 2-0 


12-13*8 H W 


74-70 


12-11*1 H W 


91-55 



MONTANA 
STATE 

Mafylan(i leads, 1-0 

12-3(>-56 Nl W 89-72 
1-AII-American City Toumamenl al 
Omcnsboro. Ky. 

MORGAN 
STATE 

Maryland leads, 4-0 



12-7*8 


H 


W 


73*1 


12-26-92 


H 


W 


103*3 


124-93 


H 


W 


85*2 


12-23-94 


H 


w 


138-72 



MOUNT ST. 
JOSEPH'S 

Maryland trails, 1-2 
1910-11 H W 
1-10-14 H L 
1-17-14 A L 



MOUNT ST. 

MARY'S 

Maryland leads, 5-0 



12**7 


A 


W 


82-54 


11-23-91 


H 


W 


83-53 


11-22-97 


H 


W 


102-74 


1-3*4 


H 


W 


89-56 


14*5 


H 


W 


85-53 


NAVY 

Maryland leads, 30-27 


1924-25 


A 


L 


16-23 


1925-26 


A 


W 


21-12 


1926-27 


A 


L 


30-32 


24-28 


A 


L 


26-35 


2-13-29 


A 


W 


30-27 


1-22-30 


A 


W 


43-39 


2-21-31 


A 


L 


33-36 


1-20-32 


H 


W 


26-15 


1-28-33 


A 


L 


21-59 


2-3-34 


A 


L 


2746 


1-30-35 


A 


L 


3643 


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 


3747 


2-541 


A 


L 


27-52 


2-1142 


A 


L 


47*1 


1-3043 


A 


W 


63-54 


2-2644 


A 


L 


35*9 


1-1045 


A 


L 


33-70 


1-1646 


A 


L 


3544 


1-2247 


A 


L 


27-55 


1-1448 


A 


L 


47-51 


1-2249 


A 


L 


46-52 


12-1749 


A 


L 


62-75 


1-10-51 


A 


L 


47-51 


1-5-52 


A 


W 


4645 


2-21-53 


A 


L 


47-51 


2-13-54 


A 


W 


61*0 ™ 


1-29-55 


A 


W 


60-54 


24-56 


H 


w 


80*1 


2-23-57 


A 


L 


55-56 


12-18-57 


H 


W 


88*8 


2-1-58 


A 


w 


64-51 


12-17-58 


H 


L 


50-53 


1-20*0 


A 


W 


51-50 


1-18*1 


H 


W 


63*2 


2-3*2 


A 


L 


58*7 


1-12*3 


H 


W 


67*1 


1-11*4 


A 


L 


55*8 


1-13*5 


H 


W 


77-58 


2-20*5 


A 


w 


70-57 


2-9*6 


H 


w 


74*9 


2-16*7 


A 


L 


65*6 


1-17*8 


H 


w 


76-72 


2-12*9 


A 


L 


68-72 


1-14-70 


H 


W 


73-57 


1-22-72 


A 


w 


85*0 


1-20-73 


A 


w 


76*7 


1-19-74 


A 


w 


72-50 


1-18-75 


A 


w 


87-73 


1-17-76 


A 


w 


87*9 


1-15-77 


Nl 


w 


62-54 


1-23-79 


H 


w 


82*2 


11-28*0 


H 


w 


86*4 


1-31*3 


H 


w 


98-73 


3-17*5 


N2 


w 


64-59 


1-at Landover, Md (Capital Centre), 
2-NCAA Tournament al Daylon. Ohio 
(Dayton Arena) 



NEW MEXICO 
STATE 

Maryland trails 0-1 
12-31-56 Nl L 4345 
1-AII-Amencan City Tournament al 
Owensboro, Ky . 

NEW YORK 
UNIVERSITY 

Maryland trails, 0-2 

1*-11 H L 7-25 



2-3-38 



H L 



2742 



NIAGARA 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



3-25-72 Nl W 



1-NaIionai Invitabon Toumamenl at New 
Y orit. N Y (Madison Square Garden) 



NICHOLLS 
STATE 

Maryland leads, 1-0 
11-27-05 H W 



NORFOLK 
STATE 

Maryland leads, 2-0 
12-23*0 H W 
1-3*2 H W 



92*9 



NORTH 
CAROUNA 

Maryland trails, 53-113 



2-5-24 


H 


L 


20-26 


1-31-25 


H 


L 


16-21 


2-9-26 


H 


W 


23-22 


2-7-27 


H 


W 


28-20 


2*27 


H 


L 


23-32 


2-19-27 


A 


W 


23-19 


2*29 


H 


L 


22-28 


2-6-30 


H 


W 


36-33 


2-19-30 


A 


W 


29-22 


2-10-31 


H 


W 


33-31 


2-28-31 


Nl 


W 


19-17 


2*32 


H 


W 


26-25 


2-19-32 


A 


L 


26-32 


2-3-33 


H 


W 


42-29 


1-30-34 


H 


L 


24-28 


1-18-35 


H 


L 


31-39 


1-25-36 


H 


L 


3244 


1-29-37 


A 


L 


2441 


2*37 


H 


L 


3544 


1-28-38 


A 


L 


2443 


1-20-39 


H 


W 


34-32 


2-3-39 


A 


W 


6641 


1-2441 


H 


L 


36-55 


2-341 


A 


L 


2944 


2-2042 


H 


L 


30-34 


1-143 


H 


W 


4740 


2-1643 


A 


W 


40-31 


1-545 


A 


L 


28-53 


1-746 


A 


L 


28*4 


2*46 


H 


L 


31-33 


3-146 


N2 


L 


27-54 


1447 


A 


L 


42-58 


1-2447 


H 


W 


61-57 


1-348 


A 


L 


46-70 


2-1348 


H 


L 


47-51 


1-349 


A 


L 


47-55 


2-1149 


H 


L 


52*6 


3-349 


N3 


L 


61-79 


1-2-50 


A 


L 


53-55 


2-3-50 


H 


L 


56*9 


1-2-51 


A 


W 


67-59 


1-20-51 


H 


W 


56-55 


1-3-52 


A 


L 


47*1 


1-18-52 


H 


W 


71-51 


1-3-53 


A 


L 


49-59 


1-17-53 


H 


W 


68*6 


12-18-54 


A 


W 


70*0 


2-12-55 


H 


W 


63*1 


12-17-55 


H 


L 


62*8 


1-16-56 


A 


L 


55*4 


12-17-56 


A 


L 


61-70 


2-5-57 


H 


L 


61*5™" 


1-11-58 


H 


W 


74*1 


2-22-58 


A 


L 


59*6 


3*58 


N4 


W 


86-74 


24-59 


A 


L 


57*4 


2-21-59 


H 


W 


69-51 


2-3*0 


H 


L 


66-75 


2-23*0 


A 


L 


64*1 


12-2M0 


N5 


L 


57*1 


1-16*1 


H 


L 


52-58 


2-2*1 


A 


L 


56*3 


2**2 


H 


W 


79*2 


2-19*2 


A 


L 


67-70 


1-14*3 


H 


L 


56-78 


2-7*3 


A 


L 


68*2 


1-13*4 


A 


L 


88-97 


2-18*4 


H 


W 


74*4 


14*5 


H 


W 


76*8 


1-30*5 


A 


w 


91*0 


1-3*6 


A 


L 


52*7 


2-5*6 


H 


w 


76*6 


3-3*6 


N4 


L 


70-77 


24*7 


A 


L 


77*5 


2-22*7 


H 


L 


78-79 


2-3*8 


H 


L 


67-73 


2-21*8 


A 


L 


60*3 


2-1*9 


A 


L 


87-107 


2-19*9 


H 


L 


86*8 


1-31-70 


H 


L 


69-77 



^^b- 



2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACCXHAMPIONS*" 



27 SPORTS 



2-18-70 A L 



1-30-71 A L 



2-17-71 H L 



1-29-72 A L 



2-16-72 H W 79-77" 



1-27-73 H W 



2-14-73 A L 



1-26-74 A L 



2-13-74 H W 



3*74 N6 W 



1-25-75 H L 



2-15-75 A W 



1-25-76 A L 



2-11-76 H L 



1-22-77 H L 



2-9-77 A L 



1-21-78 A L 



2-8-78 



1-20-79 H L 



2-7-79 A L 



3-2-79 N6 I 



1-2^80 A W 



2-7-80 H W 



1-7-81 



2-15-81 H L 



3-7-81 N7 L 



1-5*2 H L 



2-11-82 A L 



1-12-83 A L 



2-16*3 H W 



2-1M4 A L 



2-13*5 H L 



3-12-88 N6 L 



1-11-89 A L 



2-19*9 H L 



3-11*9 N8 L 



1-10-90 H W 



2-17-90 A W 



2-16-91 H L 



1-13-92 A L 



3-1-92 H W 



2-9-93 H L 



3-12-93 N9 L 



2-10-94 A L 



2-7-95 H W 



3-11-95 N6 L 



2-6-96 A W 



1-8-97 A W 



2-22-97 H L 



1-14-98 H W 



2-14-98 A L 



1-13-99 A W 



2-13-99 H W 



3*99 N6 L 



1-27-00 A L 



2-2600 H W 



l-ICHll H L 



2-10O1 A L 



1-M2 H W 



2-1002 A W 



1-22-03 A W 



2-22-03 H W 



3-14*3 N6 L 



1-14*4 H W 



2-15*4 A L 



1**5 



2-27*5 H L 



2-2-06 



H L 



2-26*6 A L 



64-73 



53-54 



67-76 



79-102 



92*6 



70*9 



66-75 



63-76 



60*1 



50*6 



71-72 



2-20*6 A W 77-72'° 

2-7*6 N6 W 85-7 

1**7 A L 65-9 

2-14*7 H L 86-9 

3**7 N7 L 63* 

1-14*8 H L 65-7 

2-20*8 A L 73-7 



64-74 



72-88 



7M6 



58*8 



96*8 



8076 



75*7 



76-96 



82*0 



H L 86*8'°' 



67*5 



N6 L 73-83'° 



89-76 



81*6 



96-56 



72*4 



62-77 



57*1 



1-So Conf ToumamenI atAUanla. Ga.. 
2-So Conf Toumamem al Raleigh 
N C (Reynolds Coliseuni| 3-So Cont 
Tournament at Durtiam.NC {Duke Indoor 
Stadum). 4-ACC Tournament at Raleigh. 
NC (ReynoWs Coliseum]. SDooeCtasac 
at Raleigh, N C |Reyno*ds Coliseumi, 
6-ACC Tournament al Greensboro. 
N C (Greensboro Coliseum), 7-ACC 
Tournament al Landover Md K^pilal 
Ontre). 8-ACC Tournament al AOanta. 
Ga (Omni); 9-ACC Tournament at 
Charlolte. N C (Chatlotte Colseum) 



ACC SERIES 
PROHLE 

Terps al Home 3345_ 



Terps at Cole Field H ouse: 18-29 
Terps al Comcast Cen ter 2-2 
Terps on the Road 1 6-53 
Terps at Nejtral Sites : -1-15 
Jerpssince 1953-S4. 35-85 
Last 10 Games J-c _____ 
Current Streak J'iC mnb 



LongesI UM Win Strea k: 5 



Longesi UNC Win S treak: 11 
Largest Win Margin. 40 (96-56 on 

Feb. 22. 2003) 

Urgest Loss Margin: 36 (102-66 
onMardi 13, 1993, 64-28 on 

Jan 7, 1946) 

Most UM Points Scored: 112 
MostUNC Points Scored: 109 



NC STATE 

Maryland trail s, 67-72 



2-27-25 


N1 


L 


1*30 


1926-27 


A 


L 


23-38 


2-1028 


H 


W 


3*24 


2-1-30 


H 


L 


2*28 


2-18*0 


A 


W 


21-19 


1-2M7 


A 


L 


33-35 


2-24-37 


H 


W 


41-35 


M-37 


A2 


L 


3*42 


24-39 


A 


L 


4046 


3*39 


A2 


W 


53-29 


1-2*40 


A 


w 


4*36 


2-2444 


A2 


L 


2342 


1*45 


A 


L 


3246 


1-2045 


H 


L 


42-57 


1-546 


A 


W 


47-39 


1-1946 


H 


w 


37-33 


3-1347 


N3 


L 


43-55 


3-2-51 


A2 


L 


45-54 


1-13*5 


H 


W 


68*4 


2-1*55 


A 


L 


5*78 


1-12-56 


H 


L 


64-73 


2-18-56 


A 


W 


71*2 


1-19-57 


H 


W 


70*6 


2-16-57 


A 


W 


5649 


1-2058 


H 


L 


4*57 


2-15-58 


A 


L 


64*9"°" 


12-*58 


H 


L 


53-55 


2-14-59 


A 


L 


37-53 


1-18*0 


H 


W 


63-53 


2-13*0 


A 


L 


4648 


3-3*0 


A4 


L 


5*74 


12-3060 


A5 


L 


67-75 


1-21*1 


H 


W 


7*57 


2-13*1 


A 


I 


66*3 


12-12*1 


H 


I 


6*73'°" 


1-20*2 


A 


I 


61*8 


12-11*2 


H 


L 


74-76'°" 


1-1*63 


A 


L 


59-79 


12-1063 


H 


W 


72*2 


1-16*4 


A 


L 


65*6 


12*64 


H 


L 


62*3 


1-16*5 


A 


L 


67-73 


3-5*5 


A4 


L 


67-76 


12-7*5 


H 


W 


5*48 


1-15*6 


A 


L 


56*0 m 


12-7*6 


A 


W 


54-38 


1-7*7 


H 


W 


6*55 


12**7 


H 


L 


62-75 


i**e 


A 


L 


52*8 


3-7*8 


N6 


L 


54*3 


14*9 


A 


L 


69*5 


2-5*9 


H 


L 


81*6 


1-2-70 


N7 


L 


57-91 


24-70 


A 


L 


54*4 


3-5-70 


N6 


L 


57*7 


1*71 


H 


L 


81*3 


2-3-71 


A 


L 


61-71 


1-5-72 


H 


W 


83-70 


1-31-72 


A 


W 


6*65 


1-14-73 


H 


L 


85*7 


1-31-73 


A 


L 


78*9 


3-1073 


N8 


L 


74-76 


1-13-74 


A 


L 


74*0 


1-3074 


H 


L 


8086 


J.9-74 


N8 


L 


10*103™ 


1-1*75 


H 


W 


103*5 


2-1-75 


A 


W 


9*97 


3*75 


N8 


L 


85*7 


1-14-76 


A 


W 


87*9 


1-2*76 


H 


W 


102*4 


1-9-77 


H 


W 


87*0 


1-27-77 


A 


W 


75-73 


3-3-77 


N8 


L 


72*2 


1-11-78 


A 


L 


82*8 


1-2*78 


H 


L 


73*0 



3-1-78 


N8 


W 


109-108 '»" 


12-2078 


H 


W 


124-110 


1-1079 


A 


w 


82*1 «"■' 


1-1O80 


A 


L 


62*7 


1-23*0 


H 


W 


66*2 


12-2O80 


H 


w 


82-75 


2-25*1 


A 


w 


7*72 


12-12*1 


A 


L 


53-74 


2-24*2 


H 


L 


3*52 


3-5*2 


N8 


L 


2M0 


1-29*3 


H 


W 


86*1 


*3*3 


A 


W 


67-58 


1-4*4 


A 


w 


5*55 


2-29*4 


H 


w 


6*50 


**84 


N8 


w 


69*3 


1-2*5 


H 


w 


58-56 


2-27*5 


A 


w 


71-70 


1-23*6 


H 


L 


55*7 


2-13*6 


A 


w 


67*6 


1-3*7 


A 


L 


47*9 


2-2*87 


H 


L 


72*5 


1-27*8 


H 


L 


81*3 


3-3*8 


A 


L 


6*74 


1-20*9 


H 


L 


67-90 


3-2*9 


A 


L 


77-94 


3-10*9 


N9 


W 


7149 


1-27-90 


A 


L 


61*1 


2-2*90 


H 


W 


9*95 


1-2*91 


H 


W 


104-100 


2-27-91 


A 


L 


91-114 


1-11-92 


A 


L 


8*94 


2-13-92 


H 


W 


77-74 


1-23-93 


A 


W 


70*5 


2-24-93 


H 


w 


8*71 


3-11-93 


N6 


w 


7*55 


1-22-94 


H 


w 


102-70 


2-23-94 


A 


L 


71-79 


1-22-95 


A 


W 


84*7 


2-22-95 


H 


W 


84-71 


1-2096 


H 


W 


77-74'°" 


2-22-96 


A 


W 


86*4 


1-12*7 


A 


W 


6*59 


2-*97 


H 


W 


6*55 


3*97 


N8 


L 


50*5 


1-1098 


A 


W 


60*5 


2-11-98 


H 


W 


70*3 


1-1099 


H 


w 


9448 


2-1099 


A 


w 


63-50 


1*00 


A 


L 


6*68 


2*00 


H 


W 


7*73 


*11-00 


N6 


W 


64*1 


1-21*1 


A 


W 


7S61 


2-2001 


H 


W 


95*6 


12-3001 


A 


W 


72*5 


2-3*2 


H 


W 


8073 


3-9*2 


N6 


L 


82*6 


1-3003 


H 


W 


75*0 


3-2*3 


A 


W 


60*5 


2-1*4 


H 


L 


60*1 


3-304 


A 


W 


3-304 


3-13*4 


N8 


W 


85*2 


1-2305 


H 


L 


60*5 


2-16*5 


A 


L 


63*2 


2-506 


A 


L 


5*62 



i-So. Cont. ToumamenI at Atlanta. Ga , 
2-So. Conf Toutnamenl al Raleigh, 
N.C. (Re/nolds Coliseum), 3-So ConI 
Toumament al Durham, N C (Duke 
Indoor Stadium). 4-ACC Tournameni 
at Raie>gh. N C (Reynolds Coliseum). 
SOi)aeClass«atRa*eigh.NC (Reynolds 
Coliseum), 6-ACC Tournament al 
Chffliotte N C (Charlotte CoiEseum), 7-al 
Greensboro, N C (Greenstwro Coliseum), 
8-ACC Tournameni at Greensboro. 
N.C (Greensboro Coliseum), 9-ACC 
Tournameni al Atlanta. Ga (Omni) 

ACC SERIES 
PROHLE 

Terps at Hocnc: 34-21 

Terps at Cole Field Houm: 29-18 
Terp s at Comcast Ce nter 1-1 
Terp s on the Road 2 5-33 



Terp s at Neutral Sites, 6-17 
Terps since 1953-54 5 8-60 
Ust 10 Games 5-5 



Curre nt Strealt NCSU «on3_ 
long est UM Win SIre ali: 6 



Longest NCSU Win Streak: 10 
Largest Win Margin: 46 (94-48 on 

Jan 10,1999) 

Largest Loss Margin: 34 (91-57 

on Jan 2. 1970) 

Most UM Points Scored: 124 
Most KCSU Points Scored: 110 



NORTHEASTERN 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



11-23*5 


H 


W 


84-72 


Maryland trails. 0-1 


12*58 


A 


L 


62*6 


NORTH TEXAS 

Maryland leads, 1* 


12-23-98 


H 


W 


132-57 


NOTRE DAME 

Maryland trails, 8-9 


14-75 


H 


W 


90*2 


3-2*75 


Nl 


W 


83-71 


1-31-76 


A 


w 


69*3 


11-27-76 


H 




79*0 1"" 


1-2*78 


A 




54*9 


1-27-79 


H 


w 


67*6 


1-2*80 


A 




63*4 


1-24*1 


H 




7*73 


1-23*2 


A 




51-55 


1-22*3 


H 


w 


68*7 


1-28*4 


A 




47-52 


1-26*5 


H 


w 


77*5 


2-3*6 


A 




62*9 


12-31*6 


H 




5063 


2-2*8 


A 


w 


7*75 


11-2*99 


N2 


w 


72*7 


12-7*2 


N3 


L 


67-79 



1-NCAA ToumamenI al Las Cnjces. N M 
(Pan Amencan Center), 2-Preseason 
NfT al New YofV, N Y {Madison Square 
Garden), 3-SB&T Oassic al Washington. 
p.C (MCI Cenler J 

OLD 
DOMINION 

Maryland leads, 4-1 



2-2*3 


H 


W 


87*7 


1-21*4 


A 


W 


6058 


24*5 


H 


W 


87-75 


1-24*7 


A 


L 


73*7 


2*88 


A 


W 


70*5 


OHIO STATE 

Maryland trails, 2-3 


12-2034 


H 


W 


5*41 


3-12-79 


HI 


L 


72-79 


12-1*3 


N2 


L 


6*72 


12-11*4 


H 


W 


76-73 


11-30*5 


A 


L 


6*78 


l-National Invitation Tournament al 
College Pa*. Md, (Cole Field House); 
2-at East Rutherford. N J (Brendan 
Byrne Arena) 


OHIO U. 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-10*1 


H 


W 


90*4 



OHIO 
WESLEYAN 

Maryland trails, 0-1 

12-1949 H 'l 



71-75 



OKLAHOMA 

The series Is tied, 2-2 



1-1093 Nl W 



12-7-93 N2 L 



2-24*1 H W 



12-21*1 A L 5*72 

l-atBaliunore.Md (Baltimore Arena); 2-at 
OMahoma City. Qtda (The Mynad) 

OKLAHOnflA 
STATE 

Maryland leads. 1-0 

12-16-66 Nl W 5CM9 

1-Memphis Invilabonal al Memphis, Tenn. 
(Mid-South Coliseumj 

ORAL ROBERTS 

Maryland lead s. 1-0 

3-16-05 Hi" W S5-72 



1-NIT FifS Round at College Park, Md. 
(Comcast Cenlef) 



PENN STATE 

Maryland leads, 8-7 



12-1*0 H W 


6447 


12-2*1 A L 


65-71 


12-1*2 H L 


61*2 


12-7*3 A L 


62-91 


12-2*4 H W 


72-71 


12-1*5 A L 


61*5 


12-1*6 H W 


7*53 


12-2*7 A L 


71-76 


11-30*8 H W 


6*56 


12-1-77 Nl W 


80*0 


12-7-78 Nl W 


6061 


12-3-79 Nl W 


56-55 


11-27*2 N2 L 


7097 


12*83 Nl W 


67-58 


3-1O90 A3 L 


76*0 


1-at Heishey. Pa (Hershey Pari( Arena). 
2-al Balbmore, Ud (Baltimore Arena). 
3-Nationai Invnation Toumamem at Stale 


PENNSYLVANIA 

Maryland trails. 3-12 


2-9-27 A W 


26-21 


2*28 A L 


2*30 


12-22-28 A L 


1*30 


14-39 A L 


24-36 


1-340 A L 


3441 


1*41 A L 


3243 


1-1343 A L 


4051 


3-1247 A L 


54*0 


1-1249 A L 


67*1 


12-1449 A L 


52-54 


12*50 A L 


65-74 


12*51 A L 


52-53 


12*52 A L 


53-70 


1-21-97 Nl W 


103-73 


12-000 A W 


87*1 


1-at Balbmore. Mcl(Battmore Arena) 


PEPPERDINE 

Maryland leads, 2-0 


3-14*6 Nl W 


60*4 


12-14*3 H W 


9*72 


t-NCAAToumamemalLong Beach, Ca» 
(Lono Beach Arena) 


PTTTSBURGH 

Maryland leads. 5-1 


2-15-77 H W 


8*75 


2-16-78 A L 


86*9"' 


1-12*0 H W 


95*8 


1-27*1 A W 


60*6'™ 


12-27-96 Nl W 


66*3 


11-2098 N2 W 


87-52 


1-Rainbow Classic al Honolulu, Hawan 
(Blasdell Center), 2-Pueito Rko Shootout 
at Bayamon. P.R (Eugenic Guerra 
Sports Comfto) 


PRINCETON 

Maryland leads, 5-3 


1924-25 A L 


24-38 


192*26 H W 


32-26 


12-11*8 H L 


63-72 


12-10*9 A L 


67-75 


12-3075 HI W 


6*59 


124-76 H W 


5*45 


12-1098 N2 W 


81-58 


12-2*1 N3 W 


61-53 


1 -Maryland Invitational at College Park. 
Md (Cole Field Housel. 2-at Baltimore. 

Washington. DC (MCI Center) 


PROVIDENCE 

The scries is tied, 1-1 


3-17-73 M L 


80103 


124-91 N2 W 


7*66 


1-NCAA ToumamenI at Chariotte. N.C 
(Chadotle Coliseum). 2-ACC/Bi9 East 
Challenge at HartfonJ. Conn (Hartford 
Civic Center) 



OUANTICO 
MARINES 

Maryland tra il s, 1-2 



12-1143 H 


L 


30*9 


12-2145 H 


L 


47-50 


1-347 A 


W 


6248 



RANDOLPH 
MACON 

Maryland lea d s, 4-1 



1-029 


H 


L 


2*33 


1-5-38 


H 


W 


43-27 


12-14-39 


H 


W 


47-16 


12-2083 


HI 


W 


58-52 


1-7*6 


H 


W 


74-50 


1-Maryland Invitational al 
Md (Cole Few House) 


College Padt 


RHODE ISLAND 

Maryland leads. 2-1 


1-540 


A 


L 


53-59 


12-28-54 


Nl 


W 


83*6 


3-7-79 


H2 


Vi 


67*5'™ 


1-All-American Cily Tournameni at 
(Dwensboro. Ky . 2'N3tional Invitation 
Toumament al College Pad^. Md (Cole 
FcM House) 


RICHMOND 

Maryland leads, 25-15 


2-024 


A 


W 


24-22 


1-12-26 


H 


W 


3*14 


2-034 


H 




3344 


2-035 


H 




2*56 


1-1*36 


H 


W 


2*24 


12-17-36 


A 




4051 


12-16-37 


H 




2*31 


12-1*38 


A 




34-39 


3-2-39 


Nl 


W 


47-32 


1-1340 


H 


W 


3*19 


12-1440 


H 




3048 


1-3141 


A 




17-38 


12-1341 


A 


W 


41-23 


12-1042 


H 


W 


32-28 


2-1244 


A 




34*5 


2-1646 


H 


W 


37-31 


1*47 


H 




3941 


2-1547 


A 




49*8 


2-1048 


H 


W 


6*53 


2-2*48 


A 




62*4 


12-1348 


H 




45-54 


2-2449 


A 


W 


6051 


1-12-50 


A 


L 


4059 


2-21-50 


H 


W 


6748 


1*51 


A 


w 


4*42 


2-21*1 


H 


w 


42-33 


2-14-52 


H 


w 


5545 


2-27-52 


A 


w 


54-50 


1*53 


A 


w 


63*0 '»" 


2-053 


H 


L 


4*49 


14-54 


A 


W 


72*4 


1-11-54 


H 


L 


71-73 


1-2-71 


H 


W 


90*7 


2-22-72 


H 


W 


76*1 


12-2-72 


A 


w 


82*0 


1-2-74 


A 


w 


96*0 


11-18-74 


H 


w 


10*61 


12*75 


A 


w 


9*71 


14-77 


H 


w 


90*7 


3-12*2 


N2 


w 


6*50 


1-So Conf Toumament at Ralegh. N C 
(Reynolds Coltseum). 2-NalionaJ Invitation 
ToumamenI at New Yo*. NY (Madeon 
Square Ganjen) 


RIDER 


12-23-91 


H 


w 


83*9 


11-3093 


H 


w 


93-79 


12-13-95 


H 


w 


83*7 


RUTGERS 

The series is tied, 3-3 


1440 


A 


w 


51-39 


2-1041 


H 


L 


45-50 


12-1050 


H 


w 


5145 


1-12-52 


A 


L 


55*1 


12-27-90 


Nl 


W 


8*81 


12-2*91 


N2 


L 


7095 


1-ECAC Holiday Festival at New Yortc NY 
(Madson Square (garden). 2-Fiesla Bowl 
Cbssic at Tucson, Anz. (McKale Center) 



SACRAMENTO 
STATE 

Maryland leads. 1-0 

12-24-89 Nl W 9S^8 

l-Chammade Christmas Classic at 
Honolulu, Hawaii (filatsOell Center) 

ST. FRANCIS 

(PA.) 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-30-55 Hi W 75-66 

l-Mid-WinlerFestrval at College Park. Md. 
(Cole Field House) 

ST. JOHN'S 

(ANNAPOUS) 

Maryland leads, 9-5 



1-23-14 A 


L 


1048 


2-7-14 A 


L 


15-38 


1-25-28 H 


W 


25-22 


1-2*29 H 


W 


2*18 


2-25-30 H 


w 


42-25 


2-17*1 H 


w 


32-27 


2-17-32 H 


w 


24-20 


2-1*33 H 


w 


34-22 


2-15-34 H 


L 


32-37 


3-2-35 H 


L 


17-24 


2-12-36 H 


W 


4028 


2-23-37 A 


L 


37-39 


2-23-38 H 


W 


3*29 


2-1*39 A 


W 


4*20 


ST. JOHN'S 

Maryland trails, 1-2 


1-242 A 


L 


4*64 


12-3071 HI 


W 


90*9 


3-1*99 N2 


L 


62-76 


1-Maryland Invilalional at College 
Park. Md (Cole field House). 2- 
NCAA ToumamenI at Knoiville. Tenn 
(Thompson-Boling Arena) 


ST. JOSEPH'S 

Maryland leads. 3-1 


3-18-72 Nl 


W 


67-55 


12-2078 H2 


W 62-56" 


12-3O80 H2 


W 


74-57 


12*82 H 


L 


5*64 


l-Natonal Invitalxxi ToumamenI at New 
Yorti. N Y (Madison Square Garden). 
2-Maryland Invitational al Collese Pan,. 
Md (Cole Fiek) House) 


ST. LOUIS 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


3-17-94 Nl 


W 


74*6 


1-NCAA ToumamenI at Wichda. Kan. 
(Kansas Coliseum) 


ST. PETER'S 

Maryland leads. 1-0 


11-27*1 H 


W 


4042 



SAN 
FRANCISCO 

Maryland leads, 2-0 

12-21-73 Nl Vt 76*0 

11-17-99 H2 W 71*1 

1-Catrie Car Classic at Oakland. Calil 
(Oakland Coliseum). 2-Preseason NIT al 
College Park. Md (Cole FieM House) 

SANTA CLARA 

The series is tied, 1-1 



J12-22-73_N^ W 53-32 

3-l"5-96 N2 L 79-91 

l-CaWe Car Classic al Oakland, Calif 
(OaUancj Colseum), 2-NCAA Toumament 
al Tempe. Anz. (Special Events Center) 

SETONHALL 

Maryland leads. 2-1 



12-3041 A L 



1*59 



2-2071 A W 



12-2075 HI W 



1-Maryland Invitational al College Pan,. 
Md (Cole Field House) 



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*»» *.' 



2006-07 MARYLAND ^ 
MEN'S BASKETBALL / 



SIENA 

Maryl and leads. 14) 



3-15^)2 N1 W 

l-NCAAToumajnentalWasnnglon. DC 
IMCl Center) 

SOUTH 
CAROUNA 

Ma ryland leads, 31-27 



1924-25 


H 


W 


38-22 


2-24-33 


N1 


L 


28*5 


1-4-35 


H 


W 


35-21 


1-2940 


A 


L 


30-33 


1-1S48 


H 


W 


68-54 


2-2148 


A 


W 


54-53 


2-W9 


H 


W 


7949 


2-m9 


A 


W 


57-56 


2-1J«) 


H 


L 


56*1 


2-24-50 


A 


L 


44-59 


2-2-51 


A 


L 


43-70 


2-12-51 


H 


W 


47-37 


12-3-53 


A 


W 


5349 


12-18-53 


H 


w 


7948 


14-55 


H 


w 


68-51 


1-10-55 


A 


w 


68-52 


14-56 


H 


w 


76-57 


1-9-56 


A 


w 


59-53 


1-5-57 


A 


L 


60*8 


1-14-57 


H 


w 


66-59 


3-5-57 


N2 


L 


64-74 


1-3-58 


A 


W 


72-59 


3-1-58 


H 


w 


99-59 


1-9-59 


A 


w 


59-41 


2-27-59 


H 


w 


75-45 


l-frW 


H 


w 


85-52 


2-27-60 


A 


w 


72-55 


1-7-61 


H 


w 


72-58 


2-11-61 


A 


L 


61-64 


1-6-62 


H 


L 


77-86 


2-M2 


A 


L 


68*5 


1-M3 


H 


W 


6a*3 


2-11-63 


A 


W 


5144 


1-M4 


H 


L 


69-73 ""• 


2-29-64 


A 


L 


64-74 


1-9*5 


A 


W 


75-70 


2-27-65 


H 


W 


73-59 


1-31-66 


A 


W 


78*3 


2-2M6 


H 


W 


5642 


12-1^66 


H 


L 


63*5 


1-30*7 


A 


L 


53*0 


3-9«7 


N3 


L 


54-57 


t2-M7 


H 


W 


66*5 


1-J«8 


A 


L 


59^ 


12-7-66 


A 


L 


67-79 


1-8*9 


H 


L 


67*9 


3-**9 


N4 


L 


71-92 


12-15^9 


H 


L 


68-101 


1-10-70 


A 


L 


44-55 


12-16-70 


A 


L 


70-96 


1-9-71 


H 


W 


31-30 i»i 


3-11-71 


N3 


L 


63-71 


12-28*7 


H 


W 


82-77 


12-5^8 


A 


L 


51-57 


12-1-89 


N5 


L 


51-52 


12-29-90 


N6 


W 


7^69 


11-14-97 


N7 


L 


72-76'°" 


3-29-05 


N8 


L 


67-75 



1-So. Conf Tournament al Raleigh. N C 
(Reynokis Cofisaim), 2-ACC Toumamenl 
at Raleigh, N.C (Reynolds Coliseum), 
3-ACC Tournament al Greensboro, 
N C (Greensboro Coliseum), 4-ACC 
Tournament al Charlotte, N C (Chartotte 
Coliseum), 5-CenIral Fidelity Classic 
al Richmond, Va (Robbins Center), 
6-ECAC Holiday Fesljvai al New YorV, 
N Y IMadison Square Garten), 7-Bl3(* 
Coaches Assoc CiassK at Minneapolis. 
Minn (Target Centet). 8-NIT Semifinais 
ay New York, N Y. (Madison Square 
Gardcfi) 



SOUTH 

CAROUNA 

STATE 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



12-27-98 H W 



SOUTHERN 
CAUFORNIA 

Maryland leads, 3-0 

12-30-78 HI W 83-79 

2-19-90 A W 64-62 

11-28-90 H W 72-59 

l-Maiyland Inwlatona! al College Park. 

Md IColeFadHousel 



SOUTHERN 
ILUNOIS 

Maryland trails, 0-1 

12-22-€7 N1 L 72-73'°^ 
1-Sun Camrval Tournament al El Paso, 
Texas (Memonal Gymnasiuni) 



TENNESSEE 



SOUTH 
FLORIDA 

Maryland leads. 2-0 



1-23-90 H W 


84*6 


1-19-91 A W 


87*1 


STANFORD 

Maryland leads. 3-0 


12-28-85 N1 W 


67-65 


12-6-98 N2 W 


62-60 


3-24-01 N3 W 


87-73 



l-Hawaii-Padlic Toumament al Wailuku, 
Hawaii (War Memorial Coliseum), 2-BBST 
aassicalWashinglon,DC (MCI Center), 
3-NCAA Toumament al Anaheim, Calrf 
(AfTQwhead Pond of Anaheim) 

STAUNTON 
MILITARY 

Maryland trails, 0-1 

1910-11 A L 24-58 

STEVENS 
INSTITUTE 

Maryland leads, 4-1 



1924-25 A W 


21-19 


1924-25 H W 


21-17 


1925-26 H L 


24-27 


1926-27 H W 


27-18 


1-30-28 H W 


31-24 


STONY RROOK 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


12*00 H W 


107-59 


SYRACUSE 

Maryland leads. 5-1 


3-20-72 N1 W 


71*5 


12-30-72 H2 W 


90-76 


3-15-73 N3 W 


91-75 


12-29-76 H2 W 


9&*5 


12-8*0 A4 W 


83-73 


3-20*4 N5 L 


70-72 



TAMPA 

Maryland leads, 2-0 


1-30-54 A W 


61-51 


12-22-70 H W 


80-72 


TEMPLE 

The series is tied, 4-4 


12-448 A L 


49*7 


3-14-58 N1 L 


67-71 


12-29-79 H2 W 


8S*3 


2-28-98 N3 W 


83*6 


2-13*0 A L 


65-73 


11-9*1 N4 W 


82-74 


1-1545 H W 


80*9 


1-2M6 A L 


85-91 



1'Nat)onal Invitabon Toumament al New 
Yorlf. NY (Madison Square Garten), 2- 
Maryland Invilabonal at College Park. Md 
(Cote Rek) House). 3-NCAA Toumament 
alChailotte N C (Charlotte Coliseum). 4- 
Camer Class* al Syracuse, N V (Gamer 
Dome). 5-NCAA Toumamenl at Denver, 
Coto (Pepsi Cenler) 



1-NCAA Toumamenl at Charlotte N C 
(Charlotte Coliseum), 2-Mafyland 
Invitational at College Park, Md (Cole 
Field House). 3-at Sallimore, Md 
(Baftmore Arena), 4-Coacftesvs Cancer 
IKON ClassK at New York. N Y (Mad'ison 
Square Garten) 



The series is tied, 2-2 
12-549 A L 


40^1 


12-20*3 N1 L 


59-70 


3-8*0 N2 W 


86-75 


11-25*4 N3 W 


7249 



1-VPI Toumamenl at Blacksburg, Va. 
(Virginia Tech Coliseum). 2-NCAA 
Tournament al Greensboro. N C 
(Greensboro Coliseum). 3-Great Alaska 
Shooloul al Anchorage, AJaska (Sullivan 
Arer*ij 



TENNESSEE- 
CHATTANOOGA 

Maryland leads, 2-0 

3-12*1 N1 W 81-69 



3-17*3 N2 W 



52*1 



1-NCAA Toumamenl a! Dayton. Ohio 
(Dayton Arenal, 2-NCAA Toumament at 
Houston. Texas (TTie Summit) 



TEXAS-EL 
PASO 

Maryland trails, 1-2 



12-21*7 Al 


L 


53-70 


12-30-88 A2 


L 


51*9 


3-18-04 N3 


W 


86*3 



1-Sun Carnival Toumament al El Paso. 
Texas (Memonal Gymnasium}, 2-Sun Bowl 
Toumament at El Paso, Texas (Special 
Events Center); 3-NCAA Toumamenl al 
Denver. Cok] (Pepsi Center) 

TEXAS 

Maryland l eads, 1-0 



3-18-95 N1 W 



1-NCAA Tournament at Salt Lake City. 
Utah (Jon Huntsman Center) 

TEXAS A&M 

CORPUS 

CHRISTl 

Maryland leads. 1-0 

14*6 H W 99-73 

TEXAS 
CHRISTIAN 

Maryland l eads. 2-0 

H-25-88"'N1 W 

3-26-05 H2 W 85-73 

t-Freedom Bowt Classic al Irvine, Calil 
(Bren Events Cenlef), 2-NlT Ttiird Rount} 
al College Paili. Md (Comcast Center) 

TEXAS TECH 

Maryland leads. 1-0 

12-27-54 N1 W 58-54 
1-All-American City Toumamenl al 
Owensbofo, Ky. 



74-67 



UC IRVINE 

Maryland leads. 1-0 



TOWSON 

Maryland leads. 12-0 
12-9-81 H W 
12-14*2 H W 
2-21-85 H W 
12-13*5 H W 
1-5*7 H W 



79-71 



11-26-90 H W 



12-21-91 H W 



12-23-92 H W 



12-23-93 N1W 



12-12-94 H W 



120-73 



11-27-95 Nl W 



11-30-96 H W 



1- at Baltimore. Md. (Baltimore 



T1ILANE 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

11-19-99 HI W 78-70 
1-Preseason NIT at College Patit. Md 
(Cole Field House) 



TULSA 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-2fr^ N1 W 66-59 
1-Humcane ClassK at Mtami, Fla. (Miami 
Beatfi Convention Center) 



12-11-90 H W 


93-79 


UCLA 

Maryland trails, 2-5 


12-1-73 A L 


64*5 


12-28-74 HI L 


7^*1 


12-29-81 A L 


57-90 


12-23*2 H W 


80-79"" 


12-9-95 N2 L 


63-73 


11-27-98 N3 W 


70-54 



3-18-00 N4__L 70:105 

1 -Maryland Invitational al College Park. 
Md (Cole Field House). 2-John Wooden 
Classic at Anaheim, Calil (Arrowhead 
PotkJoI Anaheim). 3-PuertoRico Shootout 
atBayamon. PR (Eugenio Guetra 
Sports Comptex), 4-NCAA Toumament al 
Minneapolis, Minn. (HHH Melrodome) 

UC SANTA 
BARBARA 

Maryl an d lead s, 1-0 

3-16-88 N1"VV" 92-82 
1-NCAA Toumament at Cinannab, Ohio 
(Riverfroni Coliseum) 

UNC 
ASHEVILLE 

Maryland leads, 2-0 
"12-22-97" H VV 



110-52 



12-12-04 H W 



96-72 



UNC 
CHARLOTTE 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



12-22-75 H W 



70-60 



UNC 
GREENSBORO 

Maryland leads, 2-0 



2-25-92 H W 



84-55 



12-23-03 H W 



85-58 



UNC 
WILMINGTON 



12-27-97 


H 


W 


74-36 


3-21-03 


Nl 


W 


75-73 


1-NCAA Toumamenl at Nastiville. Tenn 
(GaylordEnlenainmenl Center) 


UNLV 

Maryland trails, 14 


24-78 


H 


w 


81*8 


124-78 


A 


L 


88-94 


1-19*5 


A 


L 


76-78 


12-7*5 


H 


L 


61*4 


3-16-86 


Nl 


L 


64-70 


1-NCAA Toumament at Long Beadl. CaiK 
(Looq Beach Arena) 



U.S. 

MERCHANT 

MARINES 

Maryland trails, 1-^_ 
2-2745" "a "L 



41-54 



2-1446 H W 



2-2646 A L 



2-1947 A L 



UTAH 

Maryland leads. 1-0 



11-22-94 Nl W 



1-M3UI Invitational at Lahaina. Hawaii 
(Latiaina Onk Center) 



UTAH STATE 

Marylan d leads, 1-0 

3-12-98 Nl W B: 



1-NCAA Tournament al Sacramento, Calif- 
(Afco Arena) 

VALPARAISO 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

3-11-99 Nl W 82-60 
1-NCAA Toumament at Oriando. 
Fia.tOdando Arena} 



VANDERBILT 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-28-57 


Nl W 


71-56 


1-Sugar Bowl Toumamenl al New Orleans. 
La. (Loyola Field House) 


VILLANOVA 

Maryland trails, 1-2 


1-27*5 


H W 


77-74 


3-22-85 


Nl L 


4346 


2-1-86 


A L 


62-64 


1-NCAA Toumamenl al Birmingham, Ala 
(Binninqham Coliseum) 


VIRGINIA 

Maryland leads, 101-63 


1923-24 


H L 


13-26 


1924-25 


H W 


24-18 


1924-25 


A W 


36-25 


1925-26 


A L 


28-34 


1925-26 


H W 


30-21 


1926-27 


A L 


17-22 


1926-27 


H W 29-28™ 


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 


54-20 


2-15-30 


H W 


51-29 


2-2-31 


A L 


31-34 


2-13-31 


H W 


34-21 


1-21-32 


A W 


36-31 


2-13-32 


H W 


46-18 


1-31-33 


A L 


19-26 


2-9-33 


H W 


37-28 


1-26-34 


A W 


43-20 


2-6-34 


H W 


28-25 


2-2-35 


H W 


44-24 


2-20-35 


A W 


33-32 


2*-36 


H W 


40-34 


1-23-37 


H W 


37-23 


1-27-38 


A W 


39-23 


1-28-39 


H W 


31-21 


2-641 


A L 


1847 


1-942 


A W 


35-34 


1-2942 


H W 


36-26 


1-943 


H W 


5349 


2-1543 


A W 


5642 


1-844 


A L 


20-52 


2-544 


H L 


2649 


2-345 


A L 


26-57 


2-1045 


H L 


33*1 


1-2346 


A L 


4548 


2-946 


H W 


37-36 


1-1248 


A L 


44*4 


2-1648 


H L 


56-68 


12-1648 


H L 


47-53 


1-749 


A L 


43-79 


12*49 


A L 


56*6 


2-14-50 


H W 


70-52 


12-1-50 


H W 


59-57 


12-13-50 


A W 


4643 


12-2*1 


A W 


5942 


1-7-52 


H W 


63-53 


12-2-52 


H W 


71*1 


1-5-53 


A W 


59-56 


1-5-54 


H W 


70*4 


1-18-54 


A W 


70-56 


12-14-54 


A W 


72*9 


1-6-55 


H W 


78*5 


3-3-55 


Nl L 


67*8 '»'' 


12-2-55 


H W 


67-55 


2-23-56 


A L 


60-73 


12-1-56 


A W 


67-63 


1-1-57 


N2 W 


43-39 


2-12-57 


H W 


85*4 


3-7-57 


Nl W 


71*8 


2-7-58 


A W 


87*6 


2-18-58 


H W 


69-56 


3*-58 


Nl W 


70*6 


12-10-58 


H W 


63-56 


2-18-59 


A L 


5fr62 


3-5-59 


Nl L 


65-66 


12-9-59 


H W 


70*2 


2-10*0 


A W 


4443 


12-3^0 


A W 


57-52 


2-22*1 


H W 


77*2 


12-1841 


A W 


91-70 


2-21-62 


H L 


68-72 


12-15*2 


A W 


67-61 


2-16*3 


H L 


69-71 


12-2*3 


H W 


68-58 


2-20*4 


A L 


73-79 


12-5*4 


A L 


5941 



2-17*5 


H VV 


5247 


1-5*6 


H L 


62*5 


2-16*6 


A W 


7144 


12-13*6 


A W 


8545 


2-13-67 


H W 


87-76 


2-1348 


H W 


85-76 


2-2848 


A L 


68-70 


1-16*9 


H L 


77-78 


2-1549 


A L 


7844 


2-11-70 


A L 


69-71 


2-28-70 


H W 


79-71 


2-10-71 


A L 


63-78 


3*-71 


H W 


8944 m 


124-71 


A L 


57-78 


34-72 


H W 


4542 


3-10-72 


N3 W 


62-57 


1-9-73 


H W 


93-74 


3-3-73 


A W 


92*1 


2*-74 


A W 


8841 


3-2-74 


H W 


110-75 


24-75 


H W 


86-79 


2-19-75 


A W 


70*1 


24-76 


A W 


69*6 


2-28-76 


H W 


81-73 


3-5-76 


N4 L 


65-73 


2-2-77 


H W 


82*7 


2-26-77 


A L 


68-77 


2-1-78 


A L 


6446 


2-25-78 


H L 


70-79 


1-31-79 


H L 


63*9 


2-21-79 


A L 


72-75 


1-3040 


A W 


6341 


2-2340 


H W 


82-71 


1-14*1 


H L 


6446 


2-2841 


A L 


63-74 


3441 


N4 W 


8542 


1-1242 


A L 


4045 ion 


2-2742 


H W 


4746™ 


1443 


H L 


6443 


3-743 


A L 


8143 


14144 


A W 


6746 


3444 


H W 


7445 


1-3045 


H W 


71-58 


3-345 


A W 


60-55 


1-1946 


A L 


49-70 


3-146 


H W 


87-72 


1-1047 


H L 


64-71 


3-147 


A L 


7742 


1-20*8 


A L 


72*4 


3-5*8 


H W 


6943 


1-17*9 


H L 


58*4 '»" 


3-5*9 


A L 


5946 


1-17-90 


A W 


74-72 


3-3-90 


H W 


89-74 


1-16-91 


H L 


62-76 


3-2-91 


A W 


78-74™ 


1-29-92 


A L 


7542 


3-7-92 


H L 


74-76 


24-93 


H L 


68-70 


J*-93 


A L 


74*8 


2-2-94 


A L 


66-73 


3-5-94 


H W 


70*8 


3-11-94 


N5 L 


63*9 


2-1-95 


H W 


7142 


3-5-95 


A L 


67-92 


2-1-96 


A W 


80-72 


3-2-96 


H W 


83-71 


14-97 


H W 


78*2 


3-2-97 


A L 


74*1 


2-1-98 


H W 


77-70 


2-24-98 


A W 


74*6 


1-7-99 


A W 


7146 


24-99 


H W 


88-72 


2-240 


H W 


91-79 


34-00 


A L 


8749 »" 


1-31*1 


A L 


78-99 


3-3*1 


H W 


10247 


1-3142 


A W 


9147 


3-342 


H W 


112-92 


24*3 


H L 


78*6 


3-9-03 


A L 


7840™ 


24-04 


A W 


7147 


3-7-04 


H W 


7041 


1-19*5 


H W 


8248 


2-1945 


A W 


9249™ 


2-7-06 


H W 


7645 


3-546 


A W 


71-70 



■ACC Tournament al Raleigh, N.C. 
(Reynolds Colisieum); 2-AII-American 
City Tournament al Owensboro, Ky.; 
3-ACC Tournament al Greensboro, 
N.C (Greensboro Coliseum), 4-ACC 
Tournament at Landover. Md (Capital 
Centre), 5-ACC Toumamenl at Charlotte. 
NC.(Chariolle Coliseum) 



ACC SERIES 
PROFILE 

TerpsatHome. 60-20 _ 
Terps al Cole Fteld House: 22-25 
Terps al Comcast Center^3-1 

_Terps on the Road; 35-39 

Terps al Neutral Site s: 5-5 



Terps since 1953-54 :7144 

Last 10 Games 3-2 

Current Streak. MD won 6 



Longest UM Win Str eak: 11 
' Longest UVAVVin'Strea_ki^5_ 
LargesI Win Margin: 35 {102.67 

on March .i. 2001, 110-75 on 
_March 2. 1974} 



Largest Loss Margin: 36 (7943 

on Jan 7. 19491 



_^Most UM Pomts S cored: 112 
Most UVA Points Scored: 99 



VIRGINIA 
MILITARY 
INSTITUTE 

(VMI) 

Maryland leads, 42-10 



1-28-11 


A 


W 


17-14 


24-14 


A 


L 


344 


1923-24 


H 


L 


12-21 


1923-24 


Nl 


W 


34-19 


1925-26 


A 


W 


30-21 


1926-27 


A 


W 


32-15 


1-14-28 


A 


W 


23-9 


2-5-29 


A 


W 


30-27 


2-12-30 


A 


W 


44-25 


2-22-30 


H 


W 


39-21 


1-941 


A 


W 


35-18 


1-30-31 


H 


W 


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 


14-35 


H 


w 


39-24 


1-7-36 


H 


w 


44-29 


1-11-36 


A 


w 


53-32 


1-9-37 


A 


w 


48-28 


2-13-37 


H 


w 


45-28 


14-38 


A 


w 


42-27 


2-11-38 


H 


w 


43-33 


2-18-39 


H 


w 


53-35 


2-740 


A 


w 


60-33 


2-20-40 


H 


w 


27-25 


1-1541 


A 


L 


30*4 


2-1841 


H 


L 


2741 


2-242 


A 


L 


4146 


2-2742 


H 


W 


39-36 


1-1643 


A 


L 


34-35 


2-2543 


H 


L 


35-36 


1-1544 


H 


W 


43-36 


2-1944 


A 


W 


31-29 


1-1345 


H 


w 


46-28 


2-545 


A 


L 


27-35 


1-1847 


A 


W 


61-50 


3-147 


H 


w 


5345 


12-1847 


A 


w 


53-46 


1-1748 


H 


w 


6348 


2449 


A 


w 


5345 


2-2849 


H 


w 


70-55 


2-1-50 


H 


w 


65-53 


24-50 


A 


L 


6142 


2441 


A 


w 


4641 


2-2441 


H 


w 


6546 


12-18-51 


A 


w 


57-39 


2-9-52 


H 


w 


6446 


12-17-52 


A 


w 


54-37 


2-12-53 


H 


w 


6741 


12-3145 


H 


w 


9948 


t-So, Conl Toumametit alAlanla Ga 



>^ , ■ 




2004 ACCXHAMPIONS 



VIRGINIA TECH 

Maryland lead s, 25-5 



1925-26 A W 



19-17 



1925-26 H W 



2-23-28 H W 



24-29 A L 



2-11-30 A W 



1-31-31 H W 



1-30-32 H W 



1-21-33 H W 



1-13-34 A W 



1-20-34 H W 



1-31-38 H W 



1-19-40 H W 



2-21-41 H L 



1-1747 A W 



2-1747 H W 



12-948 H W 



12-349 A L 



1-15-51 H L 



1-12-53 H W 



2-6-53 A W 



12-17-53 H W 



2-5-54 A W 



30-14 
29-20 
30-10 
29-39 
44-27 
34-23 
33-16 
51-16 
40-20 
37-21 
29-24 
34-32 
42-35 
4941 
3948 
5749 
5542 
60-51 
57-63 
57-66 
6546 
70-56 
60-52 
5441 



1-29-90 H W 



2-19-91 A W 



2-845 H W 



3-505 A L 



1-21-06 H W 



82-67 
86-71 
IMS 
61-72 



ACC SERIES 
PROFILE 

Terps at Home : 16-2 



Terps at Cole Field Hou se: 2-0 
Terps at Comcast Cent er 2-0 

Terps on the Road 9-3 

Terps at Neutral Sites: 0^0 



Terps since 1953-54 5-1 

Last 10 Games 8-2 

Current Streak U*/ .vorrl 

Longest DM ^\r\ Stre ak: 10 
Longest VT Win Stre ak: 2 



Largest Win Margin: 35 (51-16 on 

Jan_ 30 1 932) 



Largest Loss Margin: 10 (29-39 

on Feb 4. 1929: 86-76 on Mar 

3,2005j 

Most UM Points Scored: 89 



Most VT Points Scored: 86 



WAGNER 

Maryland leads, 2-0 




12-5-80 


N1 


W 


96-73 


14-03 


H 


W 


79-57 


1 -Carrier Classic at Syracuse. N-Y. 
(Carrier Dome) 


WAKE FOREST 

Maryland leads, 5S-S4 


3*53 


N1 


L 


59*1 '»'■ 


12-5-53 


A 


L 


54-71 


2-15-54 


H 


W 


74-53 


3-5-54 


N2 


L 


56*4'°'' 


12-10-54 


H 


L 


56*2"'' 


2-21-55 


A 


L 


71-75 


12-10-55 


H 


W 


61-51 


2-20-56 


A 


L 


60-76 


12-10-56 


H 


W 


59-53 


2-18-57 


A 


L 


58*2 


12-13-57 


H 


W 


72-58 


2-8-58 


A 


W 


7447 


12-20-58 


H 


w 


6ft*5 


2-7-59 


A 


L 


53-56 


12-18-59 


H 


L 


47-54 


2-MO 


A 


L 


6445 


12-17-60 


H 


L 


60-72 


24*1 


A 


L 


69-78 


3-3*1 


N2 


L 


76-98 


12-16*1 


H 


W 


79*2 


2-17-62 


A 


L 


78*1 


12-19*2 


H 


L 


74-85 


2-14^3 


A 


L 


54-75 


2-28*3 


N2 


L 


41-80 


1-20*4 


A 


W 


91-82 


2-14-64 


H 


L 


77-79 


12-18*4 


H 


W 


82*4 


1-14*5 


A 


w 


9345 '»" 



124*5 


H 


W 


87*6 


2-746 


A 


w 


86-78"" 


12-20*6 


H 


L 


5948 


3447 


A 


L 


64-78 


12-1447 


A 


L 


60-73 


2-1748 


H 


W 


87-74 


12-1448 


A 


L 


87-95 


1-349 


A3 


L 


71-93 


12-1349 


H 


L 


87-104 


1-3-70 


A3 


W 


9648 


12-12-70 


H 


W 


72-71 


3-2-71 


A 


L 


66-72 


1-10-72 


A3 


W 


4946 


3-1-72 


H 


w 


64-56"" 


1-22-73 


H 


w 


105-76 


2-28-73 


A 


L 


6042 


3-9-73 


N4 


W 


73*5 


1-11-74 


A 


W 


72-59 


2-27-74 


H 


W 


7748 


124-74 


A 


W 


99-78 


1-11-75 


H 


W 


89-73 


1-10-76 


A3 


L 


93-96 


2-25-76 


H 


W 


105-91 


1-8-77 


H 


L 


85*6 «" 


2-22-77 


A3 


W 


8140 


1-7-78 


A3 


L 


75*4 


2-22-78 


H 


W 


9149 


14-79 


H 


L 


6046 


2-19-79 


A3 


W 


5443 


1-540 


A 


W 


84-76 


2-2040 


H 


w 


83-77 


2441 


A 


L 


60*7 


2-2141 


H 


W 


9440 


2-342 


H 


w 


61-56 


2-2082 


A3 


L 


4248 


2-943 


A3 


L 


66-79 


2-26*3 


H 


W 


83-75 


2-8*4 


A3 


L 


87-90°°'' 


2-2684 


H 


W 


90-79 


3-1044 


N4 


W 


66*4 


2445 


A 


W 


6442 


2-2445 


H 


W 


6946 


1-2846 


H 


W 


77-55 


2-2646 


A3 


W 


5948 


2-247 


A 




5849 


2-2247 


H 




68-75 


1-248 


H 


W 


93-76 


2-2748 


A3 


w 


7045 


1449 


A 




60-70 


2-2589 


H 




61-75 


14-90 


H 


w 


8842 


2-24-90 


A 




7444 


1-2-91 


A 




62-74 


2-23-91 


H 


w 


86-78 


1-22-92 


H 




7646 


3-5-92 


A 




7746 


1-1693 


H 




7346 


2-17-93 


A 




6448 


1-15-94 


A 


w 


61-58 


2-16-94 


H 


w 


81-58 


1-14-95 


H 


w 


7S46 


2-15-95 


A 




5443 


1-13-96 


A 




64-77 


2-15-96 


H 




78*5 


1-19-97 


A 


w 


54-51 


2-1-97 


H 




69-74 


1-17-98 


A 




60-72 


2-19-98 


H 




7983 


12-3-98 


H 


w 


9249 


1-31-99 


A 


L 


7245 


1-1940 


H 


W 


71-53 


2-19O0 


A 


W 


73*7 


1-17-01 


H 


w 


81-71 


2-17-01 


A 


w 


73-57 


3-9*1 


N5 


w 


71-53 


1-2342 


A 


w 


8543 


2-2442 


H 


w 


9049 


1-15*3 


A 


L 


7241 


2-17-03 


H 


w 


90*7 


1-2944 


A 


L 


85-93 


2-2M4 


H 


L 


83-91 


3-12-04 


N4 


W 


8746 


1-1145 


A 


L 


6641 


1-1546 


H 


W 


9046 



1-So- Cont, Tournament at Raleigh, N C. 
(Reynolds Coliseum), 2-ACC Toumamenl 
at Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum). 3^1 
Greensboro, N.C (Greensboro Coliseum); 
4-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, 
N C. (Gfeensboio Coliseum), S-ACC 
Tournament at Atlanta, Ga (Georgia 
Dome) 



ACC SERIES 
PROFILE 

Terps at Ho me: 33-16 



Terp s at Cole Field House: 31-15 
Terp s at Comcast Cen ter. 1-0 
Terp s on the Road 20-31 
Terp s at Neutral Sit es: 34 



Terps since 1953-54: 56-51 

_Las1 10 Games 7-3 

Current Streak WFU won 1 



Longest UM Win Stre ak: 7 



Longest WFU Win Streak: 6 
Urgest Win Margin: 29 (105-76 

on Jan 22,1973) 

Urgest Loss Margin: 39 (6041 

on Feb 26, 1963] 



Most UM Points Scored: 105 



Most WFU Points Scored: 104 



WASHINGTON 
COLLEGE 

Maryland leads, 134 



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 


22-20 


2-11-31 


H 


L 


32-33 


2-10-32 


H 


W 


36-16 


24-33 


H 


W 


35-27 


2-17-34 


H 


W 


44-33 


1-1635 


H 


W 


43-27 


1-23-36 


H 


W 


46-34 


2-18-36 


A 


W 


56-30 


1-20-37 


H 


W 


41-20 


2-16-38 


A 


W 


4342 


2-24-39 


H 


W 


47-37 


2-2241 


H 


W 


26-18 


1-1642 


H 


w 


28-25 



WASHINGTON 
&L£E 

Maryland leads, 27-26 



1910-11 


A 


L 


1746 


1-31-11 


H 


L 


24-29 


2-3-14 


A 


L 


843 


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 


3244 


12-19-27 


H 


W 


38-24 


1-13-28 


A 


W 


31-28 


2-2-29 


H 


L 


2247 


24-29 


A 


L 


1842 


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 


28-17 


1-15-32 


A 


w 


42-38 


2-15-32 


H 


w 


49-19 


1-14-33 


A 


L 


4043 


2-11-33 


H 


W 


46-28 


3-1-34 


N1 




3745 


2-16-35 


H 




29-33 


1-10-36 


A 




27-30 


2-11-36 


H 




54-55 


34-36 


N1 




32-38 


14-37 


A 




27-51 


2-18-37 


H 




3541 


1-7-38 


A 




29-31 


2-5-38 


H 


w 


36-32 


2-11-39 


H 




39-37 


1-2O40 


H 




2544 


2440 


A 




19-39 


2-2840 


N1 


w 


43-30 


1-1441 


A 




41-59 


2441 


H 




1542 


2-342 


A 




44-52 


2-742 


H 




28-30 


1-1543 


A 




40-50 


2-1343 


H 


w 


55-35 


1-1647 


A 


w 


65*0 


1-3147 


H 


w 


59-50 


12-1747 


A 


L 


64-70 


2-748 


H 


w 


64-38 


2-549 


A 


w 


6640 


12-1049 


H 


w 


6546 


12-18-50 


H 


w 


5243 



2-7-51 A L 


65*3 


12-5-51 H W 


71-51 


12-19-51 A W 


5143 


12-18-52 A W 


5840 


2-14-53 H W 


87-56 


24-54 A W 


51-25 


2-11-54 H W 


7643 


(Reynolds Coliseum) 



WASHINGTON 

Y.M.CJI. 

Maryland trails. 0-1 



12-2748 H L 


6149 


12-1-90 A L 


85-90 


12-7-91 H W 


101-91 


12-5-92 A L 


7246 


12-743 N2 L 


77-78™ 


1-NCM Toumamenl at Bimiingham, Ala 
alWashinqton, DC IMCI Center) 



190445 




1 




WEST VIRGINIA 

Maryland trails, 14-23 


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 


12-1941 


A 


L 


36*3 


2-1442 


H 


L 


2741 


2-2346 


H 


L 


33-35 


12-1446 


A 


L 


4341 


2-14-51 


H 


L 


64-70 


12-15-51 


A 


L 


36-39 


12-13-52 


H 


W 


5245 


12-14-53 


A 


L 


7147 


12-1443 


H 


W 


74-72 


2-5*4 


A 


L 


67-91 


12-1244 


H 


L 


73*0 1" 


2-1045 


A 


W 


86-78 


12-2145 


A 


L 


74-76 


2-1246 


H 


W 


107-92 


1-1147 


A 


W 


8241 <^ 


1-28*7 


H 


L 


5841 


1-10*8 


H 


W 


79-75 


2-10*8 


A 


L 


6643 


12448 


A 


L 


65*6 


24*9 


H 


W 


9144 


1-7-70 


H 


W 


83-76 


2-25-70 


A 


L 


7843 


2-27-71 


H 


I 


8143 


3-1744 


Nl 


W 


102-77 


12-1-84 


H 


w 


5647 


12-1245 


A 


w 


4241 


1-2147 


H 


w 


6542 


12-5*7 


A 


L 


49-75 



WESTERN 
CAROLINA 

Maryland leads, 2-0 

11-14-96 H W 



11346 



12-7-05 H W 



87-57 



WESTERN 
KENTUCKY 

Mary land leads. 2-0 

12-29-7T HI W 103*7 



12-28-77 HI W 



1-78 



1-Marytand Inyitaljonal at (College ParK 
Md tCole Field House) 



WESTERN 
MARYLAND 

Maryland leads, 124 



1926-27 


H 


W 


32-25 


2-24-28 


H 


W 


30-29 


2-15-29 


H 


W 


32-17 


24-30 


H 


W 


37-18 


2-14-31 


H 


W 


45-35 


2-12-32 


H 


W 


25-15 


2-18-33 


H 


W 


37-32 


2-10-34 


H 


W 


49-33 


1-14-37 


H 


W 


48-36 


12-12-39 


H 


W 


48-32 


12-1746 


H 


W 


49-39 


12-1147 


A 


w 


63-58 



WICHITA 
STATE 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



12-2848 N1 W 



95*3 



l-Chadotle In^tabonal at Charlotte. N.C 
(Chanotle Colgeum) 



WIDENER 
COLLEGE 

Maryla n d trails, 0-2 



191011 A L 



19-50 



2-28-14 A L 



WILLIAM & 
MARY 

Maryland leads, 224 



12-20-28 


H 


W 


30-20 


12-13-29 


H 


W 


27-23 


1-30-36 


H 


W 


41-39 


2-9-37 


H 


W 


41-29 


2-10-38 


H 


W 


45-38 


2-14-39 


H 


L 


49-57 


2-1441 


H 


L 


40-58 


12-1641 


A 


L 


34-39 


2-1342 


H 


W 


42-32 


2-2343 


H 


w 


51-36 


2-1745 


A 


w 


5346 


2-2046 


A 


L 


3642 


1-10-50 


H 


L 


52-56 


1-21-50 


A 


L 


5644 


12-11-50 


H 


W 


4841 


2-17-51 


A 


L 


50-55 


12-1241 


H 


W 


54-53 


2-16-52 


A 


L 


66-71 


124-52 


H 


W 


6441 


2-17-53 


A 


W 


79-57 


124-53 


A 


W 


69-54 


2-25-54 


H 


W 


74-55 


2-5-55 


A 


W 


6742 


124-55 


H 


W 


52-51 


1-341 


H 


W 


6944 


1-2742 


A 


W 


5043 


1-543 


H 


W 


56-51 


1-744 


H 


W 


5844 


12-545 


H 


w 


7748 


12-27-01 


H 


w 


103-75 




WINTHROP 

Maryland leads, 34 


12-2746 


H 


w 


7648 


12-347 


H 


w 


65-52 


12-7-99 


H 


w 


7645™ 



WISCONSIN 

Maryland trails. 14 


12-30-31 


A 


L 


30-32 


12-23-32 


H 


L 


13-22 


11-29*0 


Nl 


L 


75-78™ 


3-1742 


N2 


W 


87-57 


12-243 


H3 


W 


7347"" 


11-30-01 


A4 


L 


6449 



1-ACC/Big Ten Challenge al Milwaukee, 
Wise (Braflfey Center). 2-NCAA 
Tournament at Washington, DC (MCI 
Center). 3-ACC/Big Ten Challenge at 
College Park, Md (Comcast Center). 
4-ACC«i9 Ten Challenge at Madison, 
Wise (Kohl Center} 



WOODROW 

GENERAL 

HOSPITAL 

The series is tied, 1-1 



2-944 H W 


48-26 


2-1844 A L 


25-35 




WYOMING 

Maryland leads, 14 


12-3140 Nl W 


84-77 


1-Dixie Classic at Raleigh 
(Reynolds Coliseum) 


N.C 


XAVIER 

Maryland leads, 24 


12-28-76 HI W 


84-74 


3-2343 Nl W 


7744 


1-Maryland Invilalional at College 
Part. Md (Cole Feld House). 1-NCAA 
Toumamenl at Nashvdle. Tenn (Gaylord 
Entertainment Center) 


YALE 

Maryland leads, 14 


1440 H W 


10140 




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REGULAR SEASON TOURNAMENTS 



Total In-Season Tournaments: 60 ■ Overall Record: 96-38 (.716) 
Total Championships; 27 • Runner-Ups: 12 

ALL-AMERICAN CITY TOURNAMENT 

(OWENSBORO. KVJ 

12-30-53 vs. Arizona State W 65-50 



12-31-53 


vs Evansville 


W 66-58 


l-2-« 


vs. Kentucky Wesleyan 


W 54-37 (champions) 


12-27-54 


vs. Texas Tech 


W 58-54 


12-28-54 


vs. Rhode Island 


W eM6 


12-3(M4 


vs. Cincinnati 


W 78-61 Ichampions) 


12-3(M6 


vs. Montana Stale 


W 89-72 


12-31-56 


vs. New Mexico ASM 


L 4M5 


1-1-57 


vs. Virginia 


W 43-39 



BBAT BANK/CHILDREN'S 
CHARITIES CLASSIC 

(UINDOVER. MDyWASHIMGTON, D.CJ * 

12-2-95 vs \la55drt-.s.eK L 47-50 



12-3-95 


vs George Washington 


W 


9M1 


12-8-96 


vs. Caltomia 


w 


8^64 


12-M6 




w 


74«8(champions| 


12-7-97 


vs. Kansas 


w 


86* 


12-8-97 


vs. Gewge Washington 


L 


66-70 


12-6-98 


vs. Slanfwd 


W 


62-60 


12-7-98 


vs. DePaul 


W 


92-75 (champions) 


12-4-99 


vs. Illinois 


W 


69^7 


12-5-99 


vs. George Washington 


L 


69-74 


12-2-00 


vs. Michigan 


W 


82-51 


K-MH 


vs. George Washington 


W 


71-63 (champions) 


12-2-01 


vs. Pnnceton 


w 


61-53 


12-Mt 


vs. Connecticut 


w 


77-65 (champions) 


12-7-02 


vs. Notre Dame 


L 


67-79 


12-M2 


vs. George Washington 


W 


9M2 


12-M3 


vs. Gonzaga 


L 


68-82 


12-7-03 


'A. West Virgin^ 


L 


77-78 (OT) 


12-M5 


vs. Geofge Mason 


W 


78-54 


12-505 


vs. Geoige Washington 


L 


92-101 



' Known as the Franklin National Bank/Children Chantes Classic in its first three 
seasons Held at US Airways Arena (Landover, Md )in 1995 and 1996, moved to MCI 
Center (Washington, D C ) in 1997 

BLUE GRASS FESTIVAL (Louisville, kv.) 

12-28-59 vs. Indiana L 63-72 



12-29-59 


vs Fordham 


W 


76-51 


CABLE CAR CLASSIC 

(SAN HtANCISCO, CALIF.) 

12-21-73 vs San Franasco 


w 


78*0 


12-22-73 


vs. Santa Clara 


w 


53-32 (champions) 


CARRIER CLASSIC (Syracuse. n.yj 

12-5^0 vs Wagner W 96-73 


12-6*1 


vs Syracuse 


w 


83-73 (champions) 


CENTRAL HDELTTV CLASSIC 

(RICHMOND. VA.) 

12-1-89 vs. South Carolina L 51-52 


12-2-89 


vs.Amiy 


w 


7M0 


CHAMINADE CHRISTMAS CLASSIC 

(HONOLULU. HAWAII) 

12-22-89 vs. George Mason W 104^ 


12-23-89 


vs East Tennessee St 


w 


91-86 


12-24-89 


vs Sacramento State 


w 


98«8 (champions) 


CHARLOTTE INVITATIONAL 

(CHARLOTTE, N.C.) 

12-28-66 vs. DavKlson W 66-55 


12-29« 


vs. Amy 


w 


57-54 (champions) 


12-27-68 


vs. Davidson 


L 


69« 


12-2M8 


vs. Wichita 


w 


95«3 



COACHES VS. CANCER IKON CLASSIC 

(NEW YORK. N.V.) 

11-8-01 vs Anzona L 67-71 



11-901 



vs. Temple 



W 82-74 



DIXIE CLASSIC (RALEIGH. N.C.) 

12-29-60 vs. North Carolina L 57-81 



12-30-60 vs. NC Stale 



12-31-60 vs Wyoming 



W 84-77 



ECAC HOUDAY FESTIVAL (new york. n.y.) 

12-27-90 vs. Rutgers W 86^1 



vs. South Carolina 



W 78-69 (champions) 



EVANSVILLE HOUDAY TOURNAMENT 

(EVANSVILLE. IND.) 

12-27-63 vs Anzona L 54-57 



12-28-63 vs Columbia 



W 82-76 



HESTA BOWL CLASSIC miCSON. arizj 

12-28-91 vs Rutgers L 79-95 



vs Evansville 



L 64-75 



FREEDOM BOWL CLASSIC (irvine. cauf.) 

11-25-88 vs. Texas Chnstan W 74-67 



11-26-68 vs. Georgia Stale 



W 69*2 (champions) 



GREAT ALASKA SHOOTOUT 



(ANCHORAGE. ALASKA) 

11-23-84 vs Kansas 



11-24-84 vs. Alaska-Anchorage 



W 54-52 



11-25*4 vs. Tennessee 



HALL OF FAME CLASSIC 

(SPRINGHELD, MASS.) 

12-28-93 vs. Hofstra W 



vs Massachusetts 



HAWAII PACIHC TOURNAMENT 

(WAILUKU. HAWAII) 

12-28*5 vs Slanford W 67*5 



12-29-85 vs Hawaii-Pacific 



W 92*5 (champions) 



HURRICANE CLASSIC (miami. fuu 

12-28-64 vs. Tulsa W 66-59 



12-29 « vs Miami |Fla 1 



L 73*0 



MCI HARBOR CLASSIC (Baltimore, md.) 

11-27-87 vs. Loyola (Md.) W 74*0 



11-28*7 vs. Mississippi 



W 77-69 (champions) 



MARSHALL INVITATIONAL 

(HUNTINGTON. W.VA.I 

12-20*8 vs. Marshall W 89* 



12-21*8 vs. Miami (Fla) 



L 85-92 



MARYLAND INVITATIONAL 
TOURNAMENT 

(COLLEGE PARK. MD.) 

12-19*9 Army L 54*9 



12-2M9 


Fordham 


W 


94-71 


12-29-71 


Western Kentucky 


W 


103*7 


12-30-71 


SI Johns 


w 


90*9 (champions) 


12-29-72 


Georgia Tech 


w 


90-55 


12-30-72 


Syracuse 


w 


90-76 (champions) 


12-29-73 


Holy Cross 


w 


102-75 


12-30-73 


Boston College 


w 


58-37 (champions) 


12-27-74 


Georgia Tech 


w 


105*7 


12-28-74 


UCLA 


L 


75*1 


12-29-75 


Seton Hall 


W 


104*9 


12-30-75 


Princeton 


W 


66-59 (champions) 


12-28-76 


Xavier 


W 


84-74 


12-29-76 


Syracuse 


W 


96*5 (champions) 


12-28-77 


Western Kentucky 


W 


91-78 


12-29-77 


Georgia Tech 


w 


65*3 (champions) 


12-29-78 


SL Joseph's 


w 


62-56(07) 



12-30-78 


Southern California 


W 83-79 (champions) 


12-28-79 


Miami-OH 


W 115-76 


12-29-79 


Temple 


W 85*3 (champions) 


12-29* 


Marshall 


W 114*9 


12-30*0 


St Josephs 


W 74-57 (champions) 


12-29-83 


Randolph Macon 


W 58-52 


12-30*3 


La Salle 


W 96-83 (champions) 


11-21-94 vs Chaminade W 95*7 


11-22-94 


vs. Utah 


W 90-78 


11-23-94 


vs. Anzona State 


L SM7 


11-20-00 


vs. Louisvilte 


W 95-73 


11-21-00 


vs. Illinois 


L 80-90 


11-22-00 


vs. Dayton 


L 71-77 


11-21-05 


vs. Gonzaga 


L 76*8 


11-22-05 


vs. Chaminade 


W 98*9 


11-2305 


vs. Ariransas 


W 75*2 


MEMPHIS INVITATIONAL (Memphis, tenn.) 

12-16-66 vs. Oklahoma Stete W 50-49 


12-17-66 


vs. Memphis Slate 


L 5J-55 


MID-WINTER FESTIVAL (couege park, md.) 

12-29-55 Michigan State L 75-95 


12-30-55 


SI Francis (Pa.) 


W 75*6 


PRESEASON NIT 

YORK. N.Y.) ■ 

11-17-99 San Francisco 


(COUEGE PARK. MD./NEW 

W 71*1 


11-19-99 


Tulane 


W 78-70 


11-24-99 


vs Kentucky 


L 58*1 


11-26-99 


vs. Notre Dame 


W 72*7 



* First and second round games at College ParV, Md.; semifinal and third place games 
at Madison Square Garden. 

PUERTO RICO SHOOTOUT (BAYAMON, P.IU 

11-26-98 vs AU-Pueno Rico W 82-32 



11-27-98 


vs. UCLA 


w 


70-54 


11-28-98 


vs. Pittsburgh 


w 


87-52 (champions) 


RAINBOW CLASSIC (Honolulu. Hawaii) 

12-25*4 vs Iowa W 78*8(01) 


12-27*4 


vs. Hawaii 


w 


79-71 


12-28*4 


vs. Georgia Tech 


L 


69-70 


12-27-96 


vs. Ptebunqh 


W 


6&*3 


12-28-96 


vs. Hawaii 


W 


76-59 


12-30-% 


vs. Georgia 


L 


65-73(07) 


SUGAR BOWL TOURNAMENT 

(NEW ORLEANS, LA.) 

12-28-57 vs Vandertjilt W 71-56 


12-30-57 


vs. Memphis State 


L 


46-17(3071 


12-29-58 


vs. Mississippi Stete 


L 


45*6 


12-30-58 


vs Loyola (Md.) 


W 


54*0 


12-29*1 


vs. Mississippi State 


L 


62-64 


12-30*1 


vs. Louisville 


L 


64*3 


12-29*5 


vs. Houston 


W 


69*8 


12-30*5 


vs. Dayton 


W 


77-75 (champions) 


SUN BOWL TOURNAMENT (el paso. Texas) 

12-29*8 vs.Umar W 74*5 


12-30-88 


vs. Texas-El Paso 


L 


51*9 


SUN CARNIVAL TOURNAMENT 

(EL PASO. TEXAS) 

12-21*7 vs Texas-El Paso L 53-70 


12-22*7 


vs. Southern Illinois 


L 


72-73 (OT) 


TIP-OFF TOURNAMENT (landover. mdj 

11-27-77 vsAmencan W 78*5 


11-28-77 


vs Georgetown 


W 


91*7 (champions) 


VIRGINIA TECH TOURNAMENT 

(BLACKSBURG. VA.) 

12-20*3 vs Tennessee L 59-70 


12-21*3 


vs. Louisiana Stete 


W 


75*5 



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ACC TOURNAMENT HISTORY 



1954. REYWOLDS COUSEUM (BAtEIGH. N.C.) 

#2 Maryland def. #7 Clemson 75-59 H: 38-25 



#2 Maryland lost to #3 Wake Forest 



56-64 (ot) H: 29-29 R: 50-50 



1957, REYNOLDS COUSEUM (RALEIGH, N.C.) 

#2 Marylan d def. #7 Virginia 71-68 H: 35-35 



#2 Maryland lost to #6 South Carolina 



64-74 H: 30-30 



#4 Maryland def. #1 Duke 



71-65 (ot) H: 29-23 R: 61-61 



#4 Maryland def. #3 Nortfi Carolina 



86-74 H: 27-34 



1961, REYNOLDS COUSEUM (RALEIGH, N.C.) 

U Maryland def. #5 Clerrison 91-75 H: 38-27 



#4 Maryland lost to #1 Wake Forest 



76-98 H: 27-44 



1962, REYNOLDS COUSEUM (RALEIGH, N.C.) 

#7 Maryland lost to #2 Duke 58-71 H: 30-32 

1963, REYNOLDS COLISEUM (RALEIGH, N.C.) 

#7 Mar/land lost to #2 Wake Forest 41-80 H: 21-34 



1964. REYNOLDS COUSEUM (RALEIGH. N.C.) 

#3 Maryla nd lost to #6 Clemson 67-81 H : 29-37 



1965, REYNOLDS COUSEUM (RALEIGH, N.C.) 

#3 Maryland def #6 Clemson 61-50 H; 32-27 



#3_Maryland lost to #2 N C. State 



67-76 H: 27-38 



1966, REYNOLDS COUSEUM (RALEIGH, N.C.) 

#5 Maryland lost to #4 North Carolina 70-77 H: 38-36 

1967, GREENSBORO COLISEUM (GREENSBORO, N.C.) 

#6 Maryland lost to #3 South Carolina 52-60 H: 30-28 

1 968, CHARLOTTE COUSEUM (CHARLOTTE. N.C.) 

#6 Maryland lost to #3 N.C. State 54-63 H: 25-29 

1969, CHARLOTTE COUSEUM (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) 

#7 Maryland lost to #2 South Carolina 71-92 H: 3442 

1 970, CHARLOTTE COUSEUM (CHARLOTTE. N.C.) 

#6 Maryland lost to #3 N.C State 57-67 H: 31-29 



1971, GREENSBORO COUSEUM (GREENSBORO, N.C.) 

#7 Maryland lost to #2 South Carolina 63-71 H: 27-37 

1972, GREENSBORO COLISEUM (GREENSBORO. N.C.) 

#2 Maryland def #7 Clemson 54-52 H: 22-28 

#2 Maryland def, #4 Duke_ 63-48 H: 35-23 



#2 Maryland lost to #1 North Carolina 



64-73 H: 29-41 



#3 Maryla nd def. #7 Wake Forest 



73-65 H: 30-34 



#3 Marylan d lost to #1 N.C. State 



74-76 H: 32-32 



1974, GREENSBORO COUSEUM (GREENSBORO, N.C.) 

#2 Maryland def. #7 Duke 85-66 H; 42-26 



1955, REYNOLDS COLISEUM (RALEIGH, N.C.) 

#3 Maryland lost to #6 Virginia 67-68 (ot) H: 33-35 R: 59-59 

1956, REYNOLDS COUSEUM (RALEIGH. N.C.) 

#5 MarylandlostJo_#4_Duke 69-94 H: 33-44 



#2 Maryland def. #3 North Carolina 



105-85 H: 50-34 



#2 Maryland lost to #1 N.C. State 



100-103 (ot) H: 55-50 R: 97-97 



1975. GREENSBORO COUSEUM (GREENSBORO. N.C.) 

#1 Maryland, bye 



#1 Maryland lost to #4 N.C. State 



85-87 H: 42-49 



1976, CAPITAL CENTRE (LANDOVER, MD.) 

#2 Ma ryland def, #7 Duke 80-78 (ot) H: 39-46 R: 74-74 



#2 Maryland lost to #6 Virginia 



65-73 H: 31-37 



1958. REYNOLDS COUSEUM (RALEIGH. N.C.) 

#4 Maryland def. #5 Virginia 70-66 H: 40-35 



1977. GREENSBORO COLISEUM (GREENSBORO, N.C.) 

#4 Maryland lost to #5 N.C State 72:82 H: 3 5-49 



1959. REYNOLDS COUSEUM (RALEIGH, N.C.) 

#4 Maryland lost to #5 Virginia 65-66 H: 33-23 

1960, REYNOLDS COUSEUM (RALEIGH. N.C.) 

#3 Maryland lost to #6 N.C. State 58-74 H: 33-36 



1978. GREENSBORO COUSEUM (GREENSBORO. N.C.) 

#6 Maryland def. #3 N.C. State 109-108 (3ot) H: 48-36 R;84-i 

lot: 92-92 2ot: 98-i 



#6 Maryland lost to #2 Duke 



69-81 



H: 31-37 



#4 Maryland lost to #1 North C arolina 



79-102 H: 29-43 



1980, GREENSBORO COUSEUM (GREENSBORO, N.C.) 

#1 Maryland def. #8 Georgia Tech 51-49 (ot) H: 26-25 R: 43-43 

#lMaryland def. #4 Clemson 91-85 H: 56-40 

#1 Maryland lost to </6 Duke 



72-73 H: 37-33 



1984, GREENSBORO COUSEUM (GREENSBORO. N.C.) 

#2 Maryland def #7 N C . State 69-63 H: 34-31 



1973. GREENSBORO COUSEUM (GREENSBORO. N.C.) 

#3 Maryl and def. #6 Clemson 77-61 H: 31-26 



1979, GREENSBORO COUSEUM (GREENSBORO, N.C.) 

mflaryland def #5 Clemson 75-6 7 H: 40-33 



1981. CAPITAL CENTRE (LANDOVER, MD.) 

m Maryland def. #5 Duke 56-53 H: 29-22 



#4 Maryland def. #1 Virginia 


85-62 


H: 35-25 




#4 Maryland lost to #2 North Carolina 


60-61 


H: 26-32 




1982. GREENSBORO COUSEUM (GREENSBORO. N.CJ 

#5 Maryland lost to #4 N.C. State 28-40 H: 11-13 


1983, THE OMNI (ATLANTA. GA.) 

#3 Maryland lost to #6 Georgia Tech 58-64 (ot) 


H; 19-26 


R:4747 



#2 Maryland def. #3 Wake Forest 66-64 


H: 33-20 


#2 Maryland def #4 Duke 74-62 


H: 27-30 


1985, THE OMNI (ATLANTA. GA.) 

#5 Maryland lost to #4 Duke 73-86 


H; 37-43 


1986. GREENSBORO COLISEUM (GREENSBORO, N.C.) 

#6 Maryland def. #3 North Carolina 85-75 H; 28-34 


#6 Maryland lost to #2 Georgia Tech 62-64 


H: 34-31 


1 987, CAPITAL CENTRE (LANDOVER, MD.) 

#8 Maryland lost to #1 North Carolina 63-82 H: 33-37 


1988, GREENSBORO COUSEUM (GREENSBORO. N.CJ 

#5 Maryland def #4 Georgia Tech 84-67 H: 43-29 


#5 Maryland lost to #1 North Carolina 64-74 


H: 29-35 


1 989, THE OMNI (ATLANTA, GA.) 

#8Marylanddef#1 (^.estate 71-49 


H: 32-31 


#8 Maryland lost to #4 North Carolina 58-88 


H: 14-38 


1990,CHARLOTTE COLISEUM (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) 

#7 Maryland lost to #2 Duke 84-104 H: 48-48 



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1992. CHARLOTTE COLISEUM (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) 

#8 Maryland def. #9 Clemson 81-75 H: 36-39 



#8 Maryland lost to #1 Duke 



87-94 H: 44-49 



1993. CHARLOTTE COLISEUM (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) 

#8_Mafyland def, #9 N.C_State 76-55 H: 31-26 



#8^Maryland lost to #1 North Ca rolina 



66-102 H: 34-51 



1994, CHARLOTTE COLISEUM (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) 

#5 Maryland lost to #4 Virginia 63-69 H: 23-21 

1995, GREENSBORO COLISEUM (GREENSBORO, N.C) 

#3 Maryland def. #6 Florida State 71-64 H: 32-36 

92-97(ot) H: 36-43 R: 86-86 



#3 Maryland lost to #2 No. Carolina 



1996, GREENSBORO COLISEUM (GREENSBORO, N.C) 

#5 Maryland def. #4 Duke 82-69 H: 35-39 



#5 Maryland lost to #1 Georgia Tech 



79-84 H: 38-48 



1997, GREENSBORO COUSEUM (GREENSBORO, N.C.) 

#5 Maryland def. #4 Clemson 76-61 H: 31-25 



#5 Maryland lost to #8 N.C State 



58-65 H: 25-20 



1998, GREENSBORO COLISEUM (GREENSBORO, N.C.) 

#3Maryland def, #6 Geo rgia Tecti 83-65 H: 43-33 



#3Maryland lost to #2 N ortfi Carolina 



73-83 (ot) H: 30-26 R: 66-66 



2000, CHARLOTTE COLISEUM (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) 

#2 Maryland def, #7 Florida State 82-61 H: 43-24 


#2 Maryland def, #5 Wake Forest 


82-73 


H: 36-37 


#2 Maryland lost to #1 Duke 


68-81 


H: 36-37 


2001, GEORGM DOME (ATLANTA, GA.) 

#3 Maryland def. #6 Wake Forest 71-53 


H: 31-26 


#3 Maryland lost to #2 Duke 


82-84 


H: 45-42 


2002, CHARLOTTE COUSEUM (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) 

#1 Maryland del #8 Florida Stale 85-69 H; 40-28 


#1 Maryland lost to #4 NC State 


82-86 


H: 38-40 


2003, GREENSBORO COLISEUM (GREENSBORO, N.C.) 

#2 Maryland lost to #7 North Carolina 72-84 H 40-36 R; 66-66 


2004, GREENSBORO COLISEUM (GREENSBORO, N.C.) 

#6 Maryland def. #3 Wake Forest 87-86 H; 36-36 


#6 Maryland def. #2 NC State 


85-82 


H: 2645 


#6 Maryland def. #1 Duke 


95-87 


H: 38-36 R: 77-77 


2005, MCI CENTER (WASHINGTON, D.C.) 

#8 Maryland lost to #9 Clemson 72-84 


H; 36-39 


2006, GREENSBORO COUSEUM (GREENSBORO, N.C.) 

#6 Maryland def. #11 Georgia Tech 82-64 H: 42-27 


#6 Maryland lost to #3 Boston College 


80-66 


H: 22-41 



1999, CHARLOTTE COLISEUM (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) 

#2_Mafyland def. #8 Flqnda State 93-69 H: 42-30 

#2 Maryland lost to #3 North Carolina 



H - Halftime Score; R - Regulation Score 



79-86 H: 34-40 



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ACC TOURNAMENT COMPOSITE 

TEAM NAME W L Pet. 


1st 


Qtr/2nd 


Semi 


Final 


MDvs. 


Duke 


80 


37 


.684 


4-0 


33-16 


27-10 


16-11 


7-9 


North Carolina 


77 


37 


.675 


0-0 


35-12 


27-13 


15-12 


3-12 


Boston College 


2 


1 


,667 


0-0 


1-0 


1-0 


0-1 


1-0 


NC State 


58 


43 


,574 


4-3 


28-20 


16-14 


10-6 


6-11 


Marvland 


41 


49 


.456 


3-1 


26-24 


9-18 


3-6 


n/a 


Wake Forest 


41 


49 


,456 


1-0 


26-26 


10-17 


4-6 


4-3 


Georgia Tech 


19 


24 


,441 


0-3 


10-14 


6-4 


3-3 


3-4 


Virginia 


30 


52 


,366 


3-2 


20-31 


6-14 


1-5 


4-4 


Miami 


1 


2 


,333 


1-1 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


Florida State 


5 


15 


,250 


4-5 


1-9 


0-1 


0-0 


4-0 


Clemson 


14 


53 


,209 


3-7 


10-36 


1-9 


0-1 


9-2 


Virginia Tech 





2 


.000 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


South Carolina 


13 


17 


,433 


0-0 


9-9 


3-6 


1-2 


0-4 



MARYLAND RECORD 
BY SEEDS 

Seed (yrs.) Record (Titles) 



No, 1 (3) 


3-3 


No, 2 (9) 


13-8(1) 


No. 3 (8) 


5-8 


No. 4 (5) 


64(1) 


No. 5 (9) 


4-9 


No. 6 (7) 


6-6 


No. 7 (5) 


0-5 


No. 8 (5) 


3-5 


No, 9(0) 


0-0 



MARYLAND'S INDIVIDUAL 
GAME HIGHS 

Points: 38, Walt Williams vs. Clemson, 1992; Albert King vs. 

Clemson, 1980 

FG: 17, Albert King vs. Clemson, 1980 

FGA; 30. Will Hetzel vs. South Carolina, 1969; Bob Kessler vs. 

Duke, 1956 

FG%: ,846, John Gilchrist (11-{3)v s,NC State, 2004 

3FG: 6, Keith Gatlin vs, Georgia Tech, 1988 

3FGA: 12, Walt Williams vs, Clemson, 1992 



3FG%: 1,000, Keith Gatlin (6-6) vs, Georgia Tech, 1988; John 

Gilch rist (4-4) 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 , 1989 

FT%: 1.000, Bill Stasiulatis (T2-J21vs, Wak e Forest, 1961 

Reb: 18, Larn/ Gibson vs. N.C . State 1978 

Ast: 11, Steve Blake vs. NC State, 2002; Steve Blake vs. Duke, 

2001; Dutch Morley vs. Clemson, 1979 

BIk: 4, Lonny Baxter vs. Duke, 2001 ; Lonny Baxter vs. NC State, 

2000; Joe Smith vs. North Carolina, 1995 

StI: 7, Walt Williams vs. North Carolina, 1989 



ACC TOURNAMENT 
FAST FACTS 

• The only time that four players on one team scored 20 or more 
points in an ACC Tournament game: John Lucas (24), Owen 
Brov»n (22), Mo Hoviiard (20) and Tom McMillen (20) scored 86 
of Maryland's 105 points in the Terps' 105-85 semifinal victory 
over North Carolina in 1974. 

• The 2004 Maryland basketball team captured the ACC Title, 
viiinning the conference tournament for the third time in history 
and the first time since 1 984. 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 mari( the third time in ACC Tournament 
history that a team has knocked off the top three seeds. 

• John Gilchrist vnas 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 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. 



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POSTSEASON HISTORY 



NCAA APPEARANCES 



NCAA Appearances: 21 



Overall Record: 35-20 



National Champio nships: 1 (2002) 

Times to the Final Four: 2 (2001 , 2002) 

Times to the Final Eight: 4 (1973, 1975, 2001, 

2002) 

Times to the Sweet Sixteen: 13 (1958, 1973, 
1975, 1980, 1984, 1985, 1994, 1995, 1998, 
1999.2001,2002,2003) 

OVERALL APPEARANCES 

Year Maryland's Result Md, Seed 

1958 East R eflional Semifinals n/a 

n/a 



1973_ East Regio nal Final 

1975 Midwes t Regional Final 
1980 East R egional Semi final 



1981 Mideast Region al S econd Round 

1983 Midwest Regional Second Round 

1984 Mideast Regi onal Semifinals 



1985 Southeast Regional Semifinal 

1986 West Regi onal Second R ound 



1988 Southeast Regional Second Round 

1994 Midwest Regional Semifinals 

1995 West Region al Se mifinals 



199 6 West Regional First Round 



2000 Midwest Regional Seco nd Round 



Temple 81. Mar yla nd 67 (3-14-58) 



Maryland 59. Manhattan 55 (3-15-58) 

1973 

East Region al, First Round 



Site; Ch arlotte, N.C. 

First R ound Bye 



East Regional, Semi final/Final 
Site; at Charlotte , N.C 



Maryland 91 . Syracuse 75 (3-15-73) 



Maryland 83. Creighlon 79 (3-15-75) 



Midwest Regional, SemiUnal/Final 



Louisville 96. Maryland 82 (3-22-75) 



First Round Bye 



n/a 



Site; Philadelphia. Pa^ 



1997 Southeast Regional First Round 

1998 West Regional Semifinals 

1999 Southeast R egio nal Semifin als 



2001 West R egional Champions/Final Four 3 

2002 NCAA & East Regi onal Champions 1 

2003 South Region Semifinals 6 

2004 Denver Second Round 4 



1958 

E ast Regional, First Round 

Site; Ne w York, N.Y. 

Maryland 88, Boston Coll ege 63 (3-11-58) 
East Regional, Semifin als/Third Place Game 
Site; Charlotte, N.C. 



Providence 103. Maryland 89 (3-17-73) 

1975 

Midwest Regional, F irst Round 
Site; Lubbock. Texas 



Site; Las Cruce s, N.M. 

Maryland 83._Notre Dam e 71 (3-20-75) 



1980 

East Regi onal, First/S econd Rounds 
Site; Greensboro, N.C. 



No 2 Maryland 86 . No. 7 Tennessee 75 (3-8-80) 
East Regional. Se mifinal 



No. 3 Georgetown 74, No. 2 Maryland 68 (3-14-60) 



1981 

Mideast Regional . First/Second Rounds 
Site; at D ayton, Ohio 



No. 6 Maryland 81 . No. 11 Tenn. Chattanooga 69 

(3-12-81) 

No. 3 Indiana 99, No. 6 Maryland 64 (3-14-81) 

1983 

Midwest Regional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: Houston, T exas 

No 8 Maryland 52 , No. 9 Tenn, Chattanooga 51 

(3-17-83) 

No. 1 Houston 60. No. 8 Maryland 50 (3-19-83) 

1984 

Mjdeast Regional, First/S econd Rounds 

Site: Birmingham. Ala. 

First Rou nd Bye 



No. 3l^arylan d 102. No. 11 West Virginia 77 (3-17-84) 

Mideast Regional Semifinal 

Site: Lexington, Ky. 

No. 2 Illinois 72, No. 3 Maryland 70 (3-22-84) 

1985 

Southeast Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Dayton, Ohio 

No. 5 Maryland 69, No. 12 Miami-OH 68 (OT) 
_ {3-15^5J 



No 5 Maryland 64 , No 13 Navy 5 9 (3-17-85) 

Southeast Regional. Semifinal 

Site; Bimiingham, Ala. 



No 8 Villano va 46. No. 5 Maryland 43 (3-22-85) 

1986 

Wes t Regional. First/Sec ond Rounds 

Site; L ong Beach. Calif. 



No. 5 Maryland 69. No. 12 Pepperdine 64 (3-14-86) 
No. 4 Nevada-Las Vegas 70. No, 5 Maryland 64 
(3-16-84) 

1988* 

Southeast Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Cincinnati, Ohio 

No. 7 Maryland 92. No 12 UC Santa Bartara 82 

(3-18-88) 

No. 2 Kentucky 90. No, 7 Maryland 81 (3-20-88) 
■ Maryland's 1988 NCAA Toumament appearance 

was vacated by the NCAA. 

1994 

Midwest Regiona l, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Wichita. Kan. 



No, 10 Ma ryland 7 4. No. 7 St, Louis 67 (3-17-94) 
No. 10 Maryland 95. No. 2 Massachusetts 87 (3-19-94) 

Midwest Regiona l. Semifinal 

Site; Dallas. Texas 



No 3 Michig an 78. No. 10 Maryland 71 (3-25-94 

1995 

West Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site; Salt Lake City, Utah 



No. 3 Maryland 87. No. 14 Gonzaga 63 (3-16-95) 
No, 3 Maryland 82. No. 11 Texas 68 (3-18-95) 

West Regional, S emifinal 

Site; Oakland, Calif. 



No, 2 Connecticut 99, No. 3 Maryland 89 (3-23-95) 

1996 

West Regional, First Round 

Site: Tempe, Ariz. 

No, 10 Santa Clara 91, No, 7 Maryland 79 (3-15-96) 



1997 

Southeast Regio nal, First Round 
Site ; Memphis, Tenn, 



No. 12 Charteston 75. No. 5 Maryland 66 (3-13-97) 

1998 

West Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Sacr ame nto, Calif. 

No, 4 Maryland 82. No 13 Utah State 68 (3-13-98) 
No. 4 Maryla nd 67, No 5 Illinois 61 (3-15-98) 

West Regional. Semifina l 

Site: Anaheim, Calif. 

No. 1 Arizona 87. No. 4 Maryland 79 (3-19-98) 

1999 

South Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Orlando, Fla. 



No 2 Maryland 82, No 15 Valparaiso 60 (3-11-99) 
No_2 Maryland 75, No 10 Creighton 63 (3-13-99) 

South Regional, Semifinal 

Site; Knoxville, Tenn. 



No 3 St John s 76, No. 2 Maryland 63 (3-18-99) 

2000 

Midwest Region al, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Minneapolis, Minn. 

No. 3 Maryland 74. No. 14 lona 59 (3-16-CO) 

No. 6 UCLA 105. No. 3 Maryland 70 (3-18-00) 

2001 

West Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Boise, Idaho 

No 3 Maryland 83. No. 14 George Mason 80 (3-15-01) 
No_3 Maryland 79. No. 11 Georgia Stale 60 (3-17-01) 

West Regional S emifinal/Final 

Site; Anaheim. Calif. 



No 3 Maryland 76. No 10 Geo rgetown 66 (3-22-01) 
No 3 Maryland 8 7. No fstanford 73 (3-24-01) 
Final Four 



Sjte; Minneap olis, Minn. 



No. 1 Duke 95, No. 3 Maryland 84 (3-31-01) 

2002 

East R egional, First/Second Rounds 
Site: WashingtonJI.C. 



No 1 Maryland 85. No 16 Siena 70 (3-15-02) 
No 1 Maryland 87. No, 8 Wisconsin 57 (3-17-02) 

East Regional S emifinal/Final 

Site: Syracuse. N.Y. 



Ito 1 Maryland 78 No 4 Kentucky 68 (3-22-0 2) _ 
No. 1 Maryland 90. No 2 Connecticut 82 (3-24-02) 

Final Four 

Site: Atlanta, Ga. 

No. 1 Maryland 97. No 1 Kansas 88 (3-3^02) 
No 1 Maryland 64. No. 5 Indiana 52 (4-1-02) 



2003 

South Regional , First/Second Rounds 
Site; Nashville, Tenn. 



No, 6 Maryland 75, No. 11 UNC Wilmington 73 

(3-21-03) 

No 6 Maryland 77, No 3 Xavier 64 (3-234)3) 

South Regional Semifinal 

Site; San Antonio, Texas 

No. 7 Michigan State 60. No. 6 Maryland 58 (3-28-03) 

2004 

Denver Regio nal, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Denver, Colo. 



No, 4 Maryland 86, No. 13 UTEP 83 (3-18-04) 
No, 5 Syracuse 72, No, 4 Maryland 70 (3-20-04) 



NIT 
APPEARANCES 

6 Appearances 
Overall Record: 10-5 
Championships: 1 (1972) 

OVERALL 
APPEARANCES 

Year Maryland's Result 

1972 Champions 

1979 Second Round 

1982 Second Round 



1990 
2005 
2006 



Second Round 



Semifinals _ 
First Round 



1972 

First Round/Qu arlerfinals (16 Teams) 
Site: New York, N.Y 



Maryland 67, St, Joseph's 55 (3-18-72) 
Maryland 71, Syracuse 65 (3-20-72) 

Semrfinals/Championshij) 

Site; New York. NY 



Maryland 91 . Jacksonville 77 (3-23-72) 
Maryland 100, Niagara 69 (3-25-72) 

1979 

First Roun d/Secon d Round (24 teams) 
Site; College Park, Md^ 



Maryland 67. Rhode Island 65 (3-7-79) (3 OT) 
Ohio State 79, Maryland 72 (3-12-79) 

1982 

First Rou nd (32 Teams) 

Site: Richmond, Va. 



Man/land 60, Richmond 50 (3-12-82) 

Second Round 

Site: Athens, Ga, 

Georgia 83, Maryland 69 (3-15-82) 



1990 

First Round (32 Teams) 
Site; College Park, Md. 



Maryland 91 , Massachusetts 81 (3-15-90) 
Second Round 



Site: St ate College, Pa. 



Penn State 80, Maryland 78 (3-19-90) 

2005 

First Round (40 Teams) 

Site; College Park. Md^ 

Maryland 85. Oral Rob erts 72 (3-16-05) 
Second Round 



Site; Co llege Park, Md. 



Mar^'la nd 78, Davidson 63 (3-23415) 



Quarterfinals 



Site: College Park, Md. 



Maryland 85, TCU 73 (3-264)5) 



Semifinals 



Site; New York, N.Y 



South Carolina 75, Maryland 67 (3-29-05) 

2006 

First Round (40 Teams) 

Site: College Park, Md. 



Manhat tan 87. Maryland 84 (3-18-06) 









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2006-07 MARYLAND 
.MEN'S BASKETBALL 



NCAA INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 



All career recortls require participation in a minimum 
two NCAA Tournaments Series records require 
participation m a minimum two tournament games 
Single game abbreviations: 1 R-First Round; 2R-Second 
Round: RSF-Regional Semifinal: RF-Regional Final: 
NSF-National Semifinal: NF-National Final. Ttiree-poinl 
records are since Maryland's partidpabon in the 1988 
loumament. Blocks and steals records begin with the 
1975 loumament, assists records begin in the 1973 
loumament. 



CAREER - GAMES PLAYED 

1. Steve Blake (00, 01, 02, 03) 16 


Tah|Holden(00,01,02,03) 


16 


Drew Nicholas (00, 01, 02, 03) 


16 


LonnvBaxter(99,00,01,02) 


16 


JuanDixon|99,00,01,02) 


16 


6. MikeMardesich(98,99,00,01) 


13 


Terence Moms (98. 99, 00, 01) 


13 


CAREER - GAMES STARTED 

1. Steve Blake (00, 01, 02, 03) 16 


LonnvBa](ter(99,00,01,02) 


16 


3. JuanOixon(99,00,01,02) 


13 


4. BvronMouton(01,02) 


11 


5. Terence Moms (98, 99. 00, 01) 


10 


6. Len Bias (83. 84, 85, 86) 


9 


CAREER - MINUTES PLAYED 

1. Juan Dixon (99, 00, 01, 02) 506(31.6) 


2. Steve Blake (00, 01, 02, 03) 


409(31.5) 


3. LonnvBaxter(99,00,01,02) 


394(24.6) 


4. Len Bias (83, 84. 85, 86) 


336(37.3) 


5. Terence Morris (98, 99. 00, 01) 


335(25.8) 


SETOES - MINUTES PLAYED 

1 Juan Dixon (02) 219(36.5) 


2. Steve Blake (02) 


186(31.0) 


3. Juan Dixon (01) 


178(35.6) 


4. Byron Mouton (02) 


175(29.2) 


5. Lonny Baxter (02) 


167(27.8) 


6. Steve Blake (01) 


158(31.6) 


7. Chris Wilcox (02) 


156(26.0) 


8. Lonny Baxter (01) 


133(26.6) 


CAREER - POINTS 

1. Juan Dixon (99. 00. 01, 02) 


294(18.4) 


2. Lonny Baxter (99, 00. 01. 02) 


237 (14.8) 


3. Len Bias (83, 84, 85. 86) 


168(18.7) 


4. Terence Morris (98, 99, 00. 01) 


143(11.0) 


5. Drew Nicholas (00. 01. 02, 03) 


137(8.6) 


6. AdriariBrarich(83.84,85) 


129(18.4) 


7. JoeSmilti(94.95) 


125(20.8) 


8, Steve Blake (00, 01, 02. 03) 


122(7.6) 


7. John Lucas (73. 75) 


111 (22.2) 


8. Johnny Rhodes (94. 95. 96) 


107(15.3) 


SERIES - POINTS 

1. Juan Dixon (021 


155(25.8) 


2. Lonny Baxter (02) 


94(15.7) 


3. Juan Dixon (01) 


85(17.0) 


4. Chris Wilcox (02) 


81 (13.5) 


Lonny Baxter (01) 


81 (16.2) 


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) 




^ ■ 



ji 

31 



Lonny Baxter 

GAME - POINTS 

1. Juan Dixon vs. Kansas (FF. NSF 3-30-02) 

2. Joe Smith vs Texas (W,2R. 3-18-95) 
Len Bias vs UN LV(W.2R. 3-16-86) 

4. Lonny Baxter vs. Connecticut 

(E, RF, 3-24-02) 

Juan Dixon vs. Wsconsin (E, 2R. 3-17-02) 
Juan Dixon vs. Siena (E, 1R, 3-15-02) 
Joe Smith vs Saint Louis 
(MW.1R. 3-17-94) 



Greg Manning vs Tennessee 
(E, 2R, 3-6-80) 



Juan Dixon vs Connecticut 
(E, RF 3-24-02) 



_28 
27 



Johnny Rhodes vs. Santa Clara 
(W, 1R, 3-15-96) 



John Lucas vs Louisville 
(MW. RF. 3-22-75) 



27 



CAREER - SCORING AVER' 
AGE 

1. John Lucas (73. 75) 



2. Joe Smith (94, 95) 



3. Albert Kinq (80, 81) 



20.8(125) 



20.5(82) 



4. Len Bias (83, 84, 85, i 



5. Juan Dixon (99, 00,01,02) 



18.7(168) 



18,4 (294) 



SERIES - SCORING AVERAGE 

1. Len Bias (86)28.5 (57) 



2. Juan Dixon (02) 



3. Albert Kinq (81) 



Greg Manninq (I 



23.5(47) 



5. John Lucas (75) 



23.5(47) 



23.3 (70) 



CAREER - RELD GOALS 
MADE 

1. Juan Dixon (99. 00. 01. 02) 

2. Lonny Baxter (99. 00, 01, 02) 



3. Len Bias (83, 84, 85, 1 



4. Terence Moms (98. 99 , 00, 01) 



SERIES - RELD GOALS MADE 

1. Juan Dixon (02) 52 

2. Chns Wilcox (02) 33 

3. Lonny Baxter (02) 32 

4. Lonny Baxter (01) 30 



John Lucas 

GAME - RELD GOALS MADE 

1. Lonny Baxter vs Stanford (W. RF 3-24-01) 



Johnny Rhodes vs Santa Clara 
(W,1R. 3-15-96) 



Demck Lewis vs UC Santa Bartjara 
(SE,1R, 3-18-66) 



Len Bias vs. UNLV (MW, 2R, 3-16-86) 



Albert King vs. UT Chattanooga 
(MW,1R, 3-12-81) 



Greg Manning vs. Tennessee 
(E, 2R, 3-8-80) 



John Lucas vs. Louisville 
(MW, RF 3-22-75) 



Nick Davis vs. Boston College 
(E,1R, 3-11-58) 



CAREER - RELD GOALS AT- 
TEMPTED 

1. Juan Dixon (99, 00. 01. 02) 205 



2. Lonny Baxter (99. 00. 01. 02) 



164 



3. Len Bias (83, 64, 85, 86) 



120 



22.2(111) 4. Terence Moms (98, 99, 00. 01) 



114 



SERIES - RELD GOALS AT- 
TEMPTED 

1. Juan Dixon (02) % 



2. Chns Wilcox (02) 



64 



3. Lonny Baxter (01) 



62 



4. Juan Dixon (01) 



25.8(155) 5. Lonny Baxter (02) 



GAME - RELD GOALS AT- 
TEMPTED 

1- Albert King vs Indiana (ME. 2 R, 3-14-81) 



2. LenBiasvs UNLV (W.2R, 3-16-86) 

3. Johnny Rhodes vs. Sania Clara 
(W,1R, 3-15-96) 



22 



Owen Brown vs. Louisville (MW, RR 3-22-75) 22 

CAREER - RELD GOAL PCT. 

(MIN. 25 ATT.) 

1_ Buck Williams (80. 81) .667 (26 of 39) 



2. Greg Manning (80. 81) 



3. Joe Smith (94. 95) 



.609 (28 of 46) 



4. John Lucas (73. 75) 



.556 (45 of 81) 



.554 (46 of 83) 



Joe Smith 

SERIES - HELD GOAL PCT. 

(MIN. 15 ATT.) 

1. LenBias(83).750(12of15) 



2. Buck Wlliams (I 



3. TomMcMillen(73) 



.696(16of23) 



4. Greg Manninq (80) 



.692(18of26) 



.690 (20 of 29) 



GAME - HELD GOAL PCT. 
(MIN. 8 ATT.) 

1 . Ben Coleman vs West Virginia 

(ME, 2R, 3-17-64) .889 (8 of 9) 



2. Laron Profit vs. Valparaiso 
(S.IR, 3-11-99) 


.800 (8 of 10) 


Buck Williams vs. Georgetovm 
(E, RSF, 3-14-80) 


.800 (8 of 10) 


Tom McMillen vs. Syracuse 
(E, RSF 3-15-73) 


.800 (8 of 10) 


CAREER - 3-POINT 
RELD GOALS MADE 

1. Juan Dixon (99, 00, 01.02) 


38 


2. Steve Blake (00. 01, 02, 03) 


17 


Drew Nicholas (00, 01. 02. 03) 


17 


4. SaranasJasikevidus(95,96.97.98) 


10 


SERIES - 3-POINT 
HELD GOALS MADE 

1. Juan Dixon (02) 


22 


2. Juan Dixon (01) 


9 


Keith Gatin (88) 


9 


4. Drew Nicholas (03) 


8 


Samnas Jasikevicius (98) 


8 



GAME - 3-POINT 
HELD GOALS IVIADE 

1. Drew Nicholas vs. UNC Wilmington 

(S,1R, 3-21-03) 

Juan Dixon vs. Kansas (FR NSF. 3-30-02) 5 



Juan Dixon vs. Siena (E. 1R, 3-15-02) 



5 



Keith Gadin vs. UC Santa Barbara 
(SE,1R, 3-18-88) 



5. Juan Dixon (01) 






^tb- 




CAREER - 3-POINT FIEID 
GOALS ATT. 

1 Juan Dixon (99, 00,01,02) 

2 _ Drew Nicholas (00, 01, 02, 03) 

3^ Steve B lake (00, 01, 02, 03) 

4. Duane Simpkins (94. 95, 96) 



5, Terence Moms (98, 99, 00. 01) 



SERIES - 3-POINT HELD 
GOALS ATT. 

1 Juan Dixon (02) 



43 



2 Juan Dixon (01) 



24 



3, Steve Blake (02) 



4. Drew Nicholas (03) 



5. Drew Nicholas (02) 



GAME - 3-POINT HELD 
GOALS ATT. 

1. Juan Dixon vs. Kansas (FF. NSF, 3-30-02) 

2. Juan Dixon vs. Duke (FF NSF, 3-31-01) 



Jl 
10 



3, Drew Nicholas vs. UNC Wilmington 

(S,1R, 3-21-03) 8 

Juan Dixon vs. Kentucky (E, RSF 3-22-02) 8 
Juan Dixon vs. Siena (E, 1R, 3-12-02) 8 

Keith Gatlin vs. Kentucky (SE, 2R, 3-20-88) 8 

Keith GaUin vs UC Santa Barbara 

(SE.1R 3-18-88) 8 



CAREER - 3HS PCT. (MIN. 10 
ATT.) 

1. Keith Gatlin (84. 85. 86, 88) .563 (9 of 16) 



2. Sanjnas Jasikevicius (95, 96, 97. 9 



.500 (10 of 20) 



3. Juan Dixon (99. 00, 01, 02) 



.432 (38 of 68) 



SHUES - 3FG PCT. (MIN. 7 
ATT.) 

1. Sawnas Jasikevicius (96) .615 (8 of 13) 



2 Keith Gatlin (; 



.563 (9 of 16) 



3 Juan Di xon (02) 

4 Steve Blake j01l_ 



.51 2 (22 of 43) 



.500 (6 of 12) 



5 Terence Moms (96) 
Teyon McCoy (86) 



.429 (3 of 7) 



-429 (3 of 7) 



GAME - 3FG PCT. (MIN. 3 
ATT.) 

1 Sanjnas Jasikevicius vs. Illinois 
(W. 2R, 3-14-98) 



1.000 (4 of 4) 



Duane Simpkins vs. Massachusetts 

(MW. 2R, 3-19-94) 1.000 (4 of 4) 



Steve Blake vs. Stanford 
(W.RF 3-24-01) 



1.000 (3 of 3) 



4. Tah| Holden vs. Stanford 
(W.RF 3-24-01) 



■750 (3 of 4) 



5. Steve Blake vs. UNC Wilmington 
(S, 1R. 3-21-03) 



.667 (2 of 3) 



CAREER - FREE THROWS MADE 

1 Lonny Baxter (99. 00, 0J^02] 69 

2. Juan Dixon (99. 00. Ol". o"2)" 58 



3. Len Bias (83. 84. 85. a 



38 



4. Adrian Branch (83. 84. 65) 



5. Tahj Holden (01. 02. 03. 04) 



SERIES - FREE THROWS 
MADE 

1 Lonny Baxter (02) 



2 Jua n Dixon (02) 



3 Lonny Baxter (01) 



JO 

J? 

21 



_ Len Bia s (86)21 
5 Joe S mith (94) 



Tom Young (58) 



JO 
20 



GAME - niEE THROWS MADE 

1 Lonny Baxter vs. Connecticut (E.RF 3-24-02) 15 

2 Len Bias vs. Pepperdine (W. 1R, 3-14-86) 12 

3 Joe Smi th vs Texas (W. 2R. 3-18-95) H 

Rudy Archer vs. UC Santa Barbara 

(SE. 1R. 3-16-66) 11 



2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACC.CHAMPIONS*' 



5. Byron Mouton vs. George Mason 

(W. I R. 3-15-01) 

Joe Smith v s Saint Louis (MW. 1R. 3-17-94) 

Le" Bias vs U NLV (W, 2R, 3-16-66) 



CAREER ' 
ATT. 



FREE THROWS 



1. 


Lonny Baxter (99. 00. 01. 02) 


105 


2. 


Juan Dixon (99. 00, 01. 02) 


70 


3. 


Keith Booth (94. 95. 96. 97) 


46 




Adrian Branch (63. 64. 85) 


48 


5. 


Joe Smith (94. 95) 


45 


SERIES - FREE THROWS ATT. 

1. Lonnv Baxter (02) 42 


2. 


Lonnv Baxter (01) 


35 


3. 


Juan Dixon (02) 


33 


4. 


Keith Booth (94) 


28 


5. 


Joe Smith (94) 


25 




Tom Young (58) 


25 



GAME - FREE THROWS ATT. 

1. Lonny Baxter vs Conn ecticut (E. RF 3-24-02) 18 

2. Joe Smith vs Texas (W,2R, 3-18-95) 16 

3. Len Bias vs P epperdine (W.I R. 3-14-86) 14 

4. Lonny Baxter vs Georgetown 

(W. RSF 3-22-01) 13 

CAREER - FREE THROW PCT. 

(MIN. 12 ATT.) 

1. Byron Mout on (01, 02) 929 (26 of 26) 

2. Drew Ni cholas (00, 01. 02. 03) .889 (32 of 36) 

3. Len Bias (83, 84, 85, 66) .864 (38 of 44) 



John Lucas (73, 75) 


.854 (19 of 22) 


5. Juan Dixon (99, 00, 01, 02) 


.629 (56 of 70) 


SERIES - FREE THROW PCT. 

(MIN. 10 ATT.) 

1 Tahi Holden (02) 1.000(15of 15) 


2. Byron Mouton (02) 


.941 (16 of 17) 


3. Rudy Archer (88) 


.929 (13 of 14) 


4. Sieve Shepoard (75) 


.917 (11 of 12) 


5. Len Bias (86) 913 (21 of 23) 



GAME - FREE THROW PCT. 
(MIN. 7 ATT.) 

1 Byron Mouton vs George Mason 

(W,1R 3-15^1) 1.000 (9 of 9) 



Len Bias vs. UNLV 
(W. 2R. 3-16-66) 



1.000 (9 of 9) 



John Lucas vs. NotiB Dame 
(MW. RSF, 3-20-75) 



1.000 (8 of 8) 



Juan Dixon vs. George Mason 
(W,1R, 3-15-01) 



1.000 (7 of 7) 



5. Rudy Archer vs. UC Santa Barbara 

(SE, 1R 3-1 8-e8J .917 (11 of 12) 

' Len Elmore shot 12-for-12 from the free throw line in 
the championship game of the 1972 NIT 



CAREER - REBOUNDS 

1. Lonny Baxter (99. 00, 01.02) 



137(8.6) 



"^ 2. Terence Morris (98. 99. 00, 01) 



85 (6.5) 



"^ 3. Joe Smith (94. 95) 



73 (12.2) 



4. Keith Booth (94. 95. 96, 97) 



68 (8.5) 



SERIES - REBOUNDS 

1. Lonny Baxter (02) 



51 (8.5) 



2. Lonny Baxter (01) 



50(10.0) 



3. Joe Smith (95) 



39(13.0) 



4. Terence Morris (01) 



38(7.6) 



5. Keith Booth (95) 



37(12.3) 



SINGLE GAME - REBOUNDS 

V__Joe Smith vs Texas (W. 2 R,3-18-95| 21 

2 Tom Roy vs. Louisviile(MW.RF 3-22-75) 20 



Ryan Randle vs. UNC Wilmington 
(S,1R 3-21-03) 



16 



Buck Williams vs. UT-Chattanooga 
(ME, 1R. 3-12-81) 



27 SPORTS 




Juan Dixon 



5. Keith Booth vs. Gonzaga (W. 1R. 3-16-95) 15 
Joe Smith vs Saint Louis (MW. 1 R, 3-1 7-94) 15 
Buck Williams vs Georgetown 
(E. RSF. 3-14-80) 15 

CAREER - REBOUNDING 
AVERAGE 

l_Buck Williams ( 60. 81) 12.5(50) 

2_Joe Smith (9 4. 95) 12.2 (73) 

3^ Ernest Graham (80, 81) 

4. Lonny Baxter (99, 00 ,01,02) 

5. Keith Booth (94, 95) 8M 



Buck Williams 

CAREER - BLOCKED SHOTS 

1. Terence Morris (98, 99. 00. 01) 21 

2. Lonny Baxter (99. 00, 01, 02) 22 

3. Joe Smith (94. 95) 14 

Derrick Lewis (85. 86) U 



5. Tahj Holden (00. 01. 02. 03) 



3(35) 



SERIES - BLOCKED SHOTS 

1. Lonny Baxter (02) 13 



3.6(137) 



Terence Moms (01) 



Joe Smith (95) 



SERIES - REBOUNDING 
AVERAGE 

1. Joe Smith (95J 13.0(39) 



4. Chns Wilcox ( 



7 



Buck Williams (61) 

3. Keith Booth (95) 



13.0(26) 



12.3(37) 



4. Buck Williams (80) 



12.0(24) 



GAME - BLOCKED SHOTS 

1. Joe Smith vs. Texas (W , 2R, 3-18-95) 7 

2. Chris Wil cox vs Kansas (FF NSF 3030-02) 4 
Lonny B axter ys_ Wisconsin "( E. 2R. 3-17-02) 4 
Terence Moms vs Georgetown 
(W. RSF 3-22-01) 4 



Len Elmore (73) 



12.0 (24) 



CAREER - ASSISTS 

1. Steve Blake (00. 01. 02. 03) 


97(6.1) 


2 Keith Gatlin (84, 85. 86, 88) 


69(7.7) 


3. Juan Dixon (99. 00, 01, 02) 


43(2.7) 


4. Terrell Stokes (96, 97, 98. 99) 


39 (4.9) 


5. Duane Simpkins (94. 95. 96) 


38(5.4) 



SERIES - ASSISTS 

1 Steve Blake ((H] 



40(6.7) 



2 Steve Blake (01) 


30(6.0) 


3. Keith Gatlin (85) 


24(8.0) 


4, Duane Simpkins (94) 


22(7.3) 



SINGLE GAME - ASSISTS 

1. Keith Gatlin vs Navy (SE, 2R, 3-17-85) 

2. Steve B lake vs Kansas (FF, NSF, 3- 30-02) 





Steve Blake vs Siena IE, 1R, 3-15-02) 


11 




Duane Simpkins vs. Saint Louis 
(MW.1R. 3-17-94) 


11 


CAREER - ASSISTS AVERAGE 

1. Keith Gatlin (84, 85. 86. 88) 7.7(69) 


2. 


Steve Blake (00. 01. 02. 03) 


6.1 (97) 


3. 


Duane Simpkins (94, 95. 96) 


5.4(38) 


4. 


Terrell Stokes (96. 97. 96, 99) 


4.9(39) 


SERIES - ASSISTS AVERAGE 

1. Keith Gatlin (84) 8.5(17) 


2. 


Keith Gallin (65) 


8.0(24) 


3. 


Keith Gatlin (66) 


7.5(15) 


4. 


Duane Simpkins (94) 


7.3(22) 



Lonny Baxter vs. lona (MW. 1R. 3-16-00) 


4 


Derrick Lewis vs. UNLV (W, 2R. 3-16-66) 


4 


Derhck Lewis vs. Miami-OH 
(SE. 1R. 3-15-85) 


4 


CAREER - STEALS 

1. Juan Dixon (99, 00, 01, 02) 


30 


2. Steve Blake (00. 01, 02. 03) 


27 


3. Johnny Rhodes (94. 95. 96) 


15 


4. Terence Moms (98. 99. 00. 01) 


14 


5. Byron Mouton (01. 02) 


13 


SERIES - STEALS 

1. Juan Dixon (01) 


14 


2. Juan Dixon (02) 


12 


3. Steve Blake (03) 


9 


Steve Blake (02) 


9 


5. Chris Wilcox (02) 


8 


Byron Mouton (02) 


8 


SINGLE GAME - STEALS 

1. Steve Blake vs. Michigan State 
(S. RSF 3-28-03) 


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 
(SE.1R. 3-16-69) 


5 


5. Juan Dixon vs. Georgia State 
(W.2R, 3-17-01) 


4 


Steve Francis vs. Creighlon 
(S,2R 3-13-99) 


4 


Johnny Rhodes vs. Michigan 
(MW. RSF 3-24-94) 


4 


Joe Smith vs. Texas (W. 2R. 3-18-95) 


4 


Albert King vs Georgetown 
(E, RSF 3-14-80) 


4 



2006-07 MARYLAN 
~~ MEN'S BASKETBALL 4' 



NCAA TEAM RECORDS 



MARYLAND TEAM 

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY 

30vs. Wisconsin (87-57). 3-17-02 

LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT 

35 vs. UCLA 1105-70), 3-18-00: vs. Indiana (99-64), 3-14-81 



■ PERIODS 

1 - Maryland def. Miami-OH, 69-68. 3-1S^5 



POINTS 

Serie s High- 502 in 2002 (6 games) 



Single Game High- 1 02 vs West Wrqinia. 3-1 7-84 
Single Game Low- 43 vs. Villanova, 3-22-85 

SCORING AVERAGE 

Series High- 90.0 in 1973 (180 in 2 games) 
Series Low- 51.0 in 1983 (102 in 2 games) 

HELD GOALS MADE 

Series High- 170 in 2002 (6 games) 

Single Game High- 40 vs. Providence. 3-17-73 
Single Game Low- 16 vs. Manhattan. 3-15-58 

HELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 

Series High- 357 in 2002 (6 games) 

Single Game High- 83 vs. Connecticut. 3-23-95 
Single Game Low- 39 vs. Houston. 3-19-83 

HELD GOAL PCT. 

Serie s High- 583 in 1 98 (67 of 115, 2 games) 



Series Low- .398 in 1958 (68 of 171. 3 games) 

Single Game High- .667 vs. West Virginia (36 of 54). 3-17-84 

Single Game Low- .271 vs. Manhattan (16 of 59). 3-15-58 

3-POINT HELD GOALS MADE 

Series High- 37 i n 2002 (6 jamesi 



Single Game High- 11 vs. Arizona, 3-19-98 



Single Game Low- vs, Texas. 3-18-95 



Single Game High- .800 vs M assachusetts (8 of 10), 3-19-94 
Single Game Low- .000 vs. Texas (0 of 5), 3-18-95 

HtEE THROWS MADE 

Series High- 124 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- 154 in 2002 (6 games] 



Single Game High- 42 vs Boston College. 3-11-58 
Single Game Low- 6 vs. Indiana, 3-14-81 



FREE THROW PCT. 

Se ries High- .824 in 1985 (28 of 34, 3 games) 



Series Low- .588 in 1 983 (20 of 34, 2 games): 
jn 1980 (20 of 34, 2 games) 



Single Game High- 917 vs. Miami-OH (11 of 12), 3-15-85 
Single Game Low- .455 vs. Santa Clara (10 of 22), 3-15-96 

REDOUNDS 

Serjes High- 23 1 in 2002 (6 games) 



Single Game H ig h- 54 vs. Boston College, 3-11-58 

Single Game Low- 23 vs. Kentuclsy, 3-20-88: vs. Navy, 3-17-85; vs. 
Houston, 3-19-83 



RESOUNDING AVERAGE 

Series High- 48 3 in 19 95 (145 in 3 games) 



Series Low- 25.0 in 1988 (50 in 2 games) 



FOULS 

Series High- 108 in 2001 (5 games) 



Single Game High- 31 vs. Santa Clara. 3-15-96 
Single Game Low- 11 vs. Illinois. 3-14-98 



ASSISTS 

Series High- 102 in 2002 (6 ga mes) 



Singl e Game High- 25 vs. Siena, 3-15-02 



Single Game Low- 7 vs. Houston, 3-19-83 



BLOCKED SHOTS 

Series High- 28 in 2002 ( 6 games) 



S[njle Game High- 8 vs Mi ami-OH, 3-15-85 



Single Game Low- vs. several opponents 



STEALS 

Series High- 50 in 2002 (6 games) 



3-POINT HELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 

Series Hi gh- 93 in 2002 (6 games) 

Single Game High- 29 vs. Santa Clara. 3-15-96 

Single Game Low- 5 vs. Texas. 3-18-95; 

vs. Saint Louis, 3-17-94 



3-POINT HELD GOAL PCT. 

Series High- 410 in 1988 (16 of 39, 2 games) 
Se ries Low- .262 in 1995 (11 of 42, 3_gamesJ 



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) 

Smgle Game Hi gh- 105 by UCLA, 3-18-00 

Single Game Low- 46 by Villanova. 3-22-85 

SCORING AVERAGE 

Series High- 89.0 in 1 973 1 1 78 in 2 games) 

Series Low- 55.5 in 1983 (111 in 2 games) 

HELD GOALS MADE 

Series High- 146 in 2002 [6 gamesL 



Single Game High- 43 by Provi dence, 3-17-83 



Single Game Low- 17 by Villanova. 3-22-85; 
by Boston College. 3-11-58 



HELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 

Series High- 365 m 2002 (6 games) 



Single Game High - 74 by Connecticut. 3-23-95 
Single Game Low- 39 by Houston. 3-19-83 

HELO GOAL PCT. 

Series High- .570 in 1973 (77 of 135, 2 games) 
Series Low- .343 in 1958168 o f 198, 3 games) 



Single Game High- 651 by Ind iana (41 of 63), 3-14-81 
Single Game Low- .243 by Boston College 

(17 of70). 3-11-58 



3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 

Series High- 46 in 20 02 (6 games) 

Single Game High- 14 by UC LA, 3-18-00 



Single Game Low- 3 by Utah State. 3-12-98; by Texas. 3-18-95; by 
Massachusetts, 3-19-94 

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 

Series High- 124 in 2002 (6 games) 

Single Game High- 32 by Creighton. 3-13-99 

Single Game Low- 9 by Kentucky, 3-20-88 

3-POINT HELD GOAL PCT. 

Series Hi gh- .517 in 19 88 (15 of 29. 2 games) 

Series Low- .250 in 1 995 (15 of 60, 3 gamesj_ 



Single Game High- .560 by UCLA [14_of 25). 3-18-00 



Single Game Low- .143 by Texas (3 of 21). 3-18-95 

FREE THROWS IVIADE 

S eries High- 98 in 20 01 (5 games) 

Single Game High- 34 by Santa Clara. 3-15-96 
Single Game Low- 2 by Indian a, 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 PCT. 

Series High- ,903 in 1981 (28 of 31. 2 games) 

Series Low- .463 in 1983 (19 of 41, 2 games) 

Single Game High- 1.000 by Siena (10 of 10), 3-15-02; 

UT-Chaltanooga (11 of 11). 3-12-81 

Single Game Low- .286 by Indiana (2 of 7). 4-1-02 

REBOUNDS 

Series High- 210 in 2002 (6 games) 

Single Game High- 46 by Temple. 3-14-58 

Single Game Low- 23 by Saint Louis, 3-17-94; 

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- 85 in 2002 (6 games) 



Single Game High- 28 by U CLA, 3-18-00 
S ingle Game Low- 5 by Texas. 3-18-95 



BLOCKED SHOTS 

Series High- 23 in 2002 (6 games); in 2001 (5 games) 
Single Game High- 8 by St. John's, 3-18-99; 

by Arizona, 3-19-98 

Single Game Low- by several opponents 



STEALS 

Series High- 43 in 2002 (6 games) 



Single Game High- 14 by Creighton, 3-13-99_ 
Single Game Low- by Notre Dame, 3 -20-75 



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2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACCXHAMPIONS** 



27 SPORTS 



NCAA TEAM MISCELLANY 



ALL-TIME ROSTER - 

NCAA TOURNAMENT GAMES 



JeffAdkins(7-7;83,84,85) 



RudvArcher(2-2;a 



B 

Earl Badu (2-0: 00, 02) 



Tay[or Bal dwin (3-0: 80, 81) 



Jeff Baxter (9-2: 83. 84, 85, 8 



Lonnj Bax ter (16-16: 99, 00. 01. 02) 
Jerry Becht le (2-0: 58) 



Len Bias (9- 9: 83. 84, 85, 86) 



Steve Blai(e (16-16:00.01,Q2,03) 
BobBodell(2-2:73)_ 



Keith Booth (8-8: 9 4. 95. 96, 97) 

Nicic Bosnic (3-0, 94) 

John Boyle (1-0: 75)_ 



Adrian Branch (7-7: 83, 84, 85) 
Wayne Bn slol (6-0: 94, 95) 



Darren Bro wn (2-0: 73) 



Owen Br own (5-3: 73, 75) 



A Bunqe (3-3: 58) 



Nik Caner-fJedley (5-4: 03, 04) 



LaRon Cephas (5-0: 98, 99, ( 



Ben Coleman (4-4: 83, 84) 



Andre Collins (5-0: 02, 03) 



D 

Gene Danko (3-0: 58) 



Brad Davis (3-3, 75L 
Nick Davis (3-3: 58)_ 
Dave Dickerson ( 3-0: 1 



Juan Dixon (16-13: 99.00,01,02) 
Chuck Dneselld -(1:84) 



Obinna Ekezie (5-5: 96, 97, < 



Rodney Elliott (7-4: 95, 96, 97. £ 



Len Elmore (2-2: 73) 



F 

E d Fanner (2-1: 83) 



Norman Fi elds (3-0: 96, 99) 



Marl( Fotherqi ll (4-1: 83-84) 
Steve Francis (3-3: 99) 



G 

John Gilchnst (5-2 : 03, 04) 



Travis Gamson (5- 2: 03, 04) 



Keith Gatlin (9-7, 8 4,85,86,8 



EmeslGraha m(44.80.81) 



IVIike Gnnnon (1-0: 02) 



H 

Bil ly Hahn (4-0: 73, 75) 



fJatt Hahn (2-0: 99, 00) 



Jim Hailec k (3-0: 58) 



Exree Hipp (7-7: 94, 95, 96) 



Pete Holb ert (1-0: 84) 



Tahj Holde n(16-4:00,01,02,0 
Steve Ho od (2-0: 1 



Maunce H oward (5-0: 73, 75) 



l-J 

Ekene Ibekwe ( 2-11, 04) 



Reggie Jackson (4 4: 80. 61) 



Sarunas Jasikevici us (7-3: 95. 96, 97, 9 

John Johnson (1- 0:66) 

l\like Jones (2-0, 04) 

Tom Jones ^5-0, 85jJ6) 

Do nny Judd (3-0, 94, 95) 



K 

Albert King (4- 4: 80. 81) 



Matt Kovank (9-0: 94. 95. 97. 1 



PeleKnikar(1-0:58) 



Derrick Lewis (7-7: 85, 1 



Terry Long (7-2: 84. 85. 8 



John Lucas (5-5: 73, 75) 



Mario Lucas (7-0: 94, 95, 96) 



M 

Greg Man ning (44: 80, 811 



Mil^e l^ardesich (13-0: 98, 99, 00, 01) 
Toriy Massenburg (2 -2:88) 



CaLvin McCall (8-1 :00,02,03) 
Teyo n McCoy (2- 88) 
Chns McCray (2- 2, 04) 



Tom McMillen (2- 2: 73) 
Charies McNeill (3-3: 58) 



Danny Miller (9-1 : 99, 00, 01) 



Perry Moore (2-0, 58) 



DulchMortev(4-0:60,81) 



Byron Mouton (11-11: 01. 02) 



Bill Murphy (2-0: 58) 



M 

John Nacincik (3-3: 58) 
JohnNewsome( 1-0:75) 



Drew Nicholas (16-3: 00. 01. 02. 03) 



o 

Jim O'Brien (2-2; 73) 



P 

Chris Ration (3-0: 75) 



Charles Piltman (2-0; 81) 



RichPorac(1-0:73) 



LaronProlil(8-7:96.97.98.i 



Ryan Randle (9-3: 02, 03) 



MaNRaydo [4-0^ 94, 95. 96) 



Johnny Rhodes (7 -7; 94, 95, 96) 
Sieve Rivers (4-0; 81, 83) 



Tom Roy (5-3: 73, 75) 



s 

Steve Sheppard (3-3; 75) 



Kyrtis Shullz (3-0, 94, 95) 

Duane Simpkins (7-7; 94, 95,96) 
Jamar Smith [5-2; 03. 04) 



Joe Smith (6-6: 94,J5] 

Terrell Stokes (8-7. 96. 97, 98,! 



D.J. Strawberry (2-0, 04) 



V 

Herman Veal (2-2; 84) 



w 

Rodney Walker (1-0; 68) 



Brian VVatkins (2-0; 99) 



Julian Weingarten (1-0; 58) 



Howard \/Vhite (2-0; 73) 



Chris W ilcox (11-6; 01, 02) 



Bnan Williams (2- 2; 88) 
Buck Williams (44; 80, 81) 



Y 

Tom Young (3-3; 58) 



TERRS ON NCAA 
ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMS 



Terence Moms (13-10: 98, 99. 00. 01) 



Lonny Baxter 

2002 - Final Four 
2002 -East Region MVP 
2001 -West Region MVP 

Juan Dixon 

2002 -Final Four MVP 
2002 - East Region 
2001 -West Region 

Chris Wilcox 

2002 - Final Four 

Adrian Branch 

1985 -Southeast Region 

John Lucas 

1975 -Midwest Region 

Tom McMillen 

1973 - East Region 

Nick Davis 

1953 -East Region 



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Lonny Baxter 



Juan Dixon 




John Lucas 



Tom McMillen 



NCAA TOURNAMENT STARTING LINEUPS 

Year Lineup . 

1 958 F Charies McNeil. F John Nacincik, C Al Bunge, G Nick Davis, G Tom Young 

1973 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 

1980 

1981 

1983 

1984 



F Albert King, F Ernest Graham, C Buck Williams, G Reggie Jackson, G Greg Manning 

F Albert King, F Ernest Graham, C Buck Williams, G Reggie Jackson, G Greg Manning 

F Len Bias, F Ed Farmer, F Mark Fothergill. C Ben Coleman. G/F Adrian Branch. G Jeff Adkins 

F Len Bias, F Herman Veal, C Ben Coleman, G/F Adrian Branch, G Jeff Adkins 

1965 F Len Bias, G/F Adrian Branch, F/C Derrick Lewis, G Keith G atlin, G Jeff Adkins 

1986 F Len Bias, F/C Derrick Lewis, C Terry Long, G Keith Gatlin, G Jeff Baxter 

F Tony Massenburg. F Derrick Lewis, C Brian Williams, G Keith Gatlin, G Rudy Archer 

F Exree Hipp, F/G Keith Booth, F/C Joe Smith, G Duane Simpkins, G Johnny Rhodes 

F Exree Hipp, F/G Keith Booth, F/C Joe Smith, G Duane Simpkins, G Johnny Rhodes 

F Exree Hipp, F/G Keith Booth, C Obinna Ekezie, G Duane Simpkins, G Johnny Rhodes 

F Laron Profit, F Rodney Elliott. C Obinna Ekezie. G Terrell Stokes, G Keith Booth 

F Laron Profit, F Rodney Elliott, C Obinna Ekezie, G Terrell Stokes, G Sanjnas Jasikevicius 

F Laron Profit, F Terence Morris, C Lonny Baxter, G Terrell Stokes, G Sieve Francis 

F Danny Miller, F Ta hj H olden, F Terence Morris, C Lonny Baxter, G Juan Dixon, G Sieve Blake 

F Byron Mouton, F Terence Morris, C Lonny Baxter, G Juan Dixon, G Steve Blake 

F Byron Mouton. F Chris Wilcox, C Lonny Baxter, G Juan Dixon, G Sieve Blake 



1988 
1994 
1995 
1996 
1997 
1998 
1999 
2000 
2001 
2002 



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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200a A&CXHAMPIONS 



TEAMS OF TRADITION 



1 957-58 

Record: 22-7 H: 10-1 A; 64 N; 6-2 
ACC: 9-5, 4th place, ACC Tournament champion 
Postseason: NCAA East Region 3rd place 
Rankings: AP No. 6, UPI No. 6 



1 972-73 

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 



1 974-75 

Record: 23-7 H: 13-1 A: 7-4 N: 3-2 

ACC: 10-2, 1st place, ACC Regular Season champion 

Postseason: NCAA Elite Eight 

Rankings: AP No. 5, UPI No. 5 




TEAM ROSTER 

No. Name Yr. Pos. Ht. 



Wt. Hometown 



22 Bill Murphy 



Jr. F 6-3 180 Pittsburgh. Pa. 



25 Gene Daniio 



Jr. G 6-2 180 McKeesport. Pa. 



30 Tom Young 



Sr G 6-1 170 Natrona Heights. Pa. 



32 Nick Davis 



Sr. F 6-2 185 Rankin. Pa. 



33 John Nacindk 



Sr. F 6-3 175 Brooklyn, N.Y 



34 Pete Knjkar 



So, G 6-1 175 Ford City, Pa. 



35 Jeiry Bechlle 



So. F 6-2 195 Elizat)eth, N.J. 



40 Julian 'Doc' WeingartenJr F 6-4 190 Washington. DC. 



43 Bob McDonald 



So, F-C 6-7 190 Lansdowne. Pa, 



44 Jim Halleck 



Jr. F 6-0 195 Elizabeth. N,J, 



45 Peny Moore 

50 Charles McNeil 

53 Jerry Shanahan 

54 Al Bun^e 



Sr. C 64 205 



I. Ohio 



So. C-F 6-6 180 Pennsgrove, N.J, 
So, F 6-2 190 Pittsburgh, Pa. 



So C 6-9 215 Palmyra, N,J. 



Head Coach HA ' Bud' Millikan 
Assistant Coach Bob Ladd 



SEASON STATISTICS 

Name GP F6% FT% Reb-Avg, Asst. 


Pts.-Avg 


Charles McNeil 
Nick Davis 


29 .442 
29 .463 


,762 
.761 


202-6,9 - 
75-2.6 - 


401-13.8 
372-12,8 


A) Bunge 


29 .402 


.542 


265-9-1 


297-10,2 


John Nacindk 


28 ,360 


.735 


151-5.4 - 


246-8,9 


Tom Young 


23 ,388 


,740 


120-6.2 - 


224-9.8 


Gene Danko 


28 .407 


.762 


48-1.7 - 


122-4.4 


Jim Halleck 


23 .457 


.672 


64-2.8 - 


85-3.7 


Jerrv Bechtle 


26 .416 


.429 


47-1.8 - 


82-3.2 


Doc Weinqarten 


19 ,517 


.775 


38-2.0 - 


61-3,2 


Bill Murphy 


20 .312 


.774 


43-2.2 - 


54-2.7 


Jerry Shanahan 


16 .706 


.575 


11-,7 - 


39-2,6 


Pete Krukar 


19 .400 


.900 


9-.5 - 


17-0.9 


Perrv Moore 


24 .136 


.636 


31-1.3 - 


13-0.5 


Maryland Totals 


29 .416 


.688 


1175-40.5 - 


2004-69.1 


Opponent Totals 


29 .352 


.676 


1031-35.6 - 


1671-57.6 



ACC TOURNAMENT 

Quarterfinals - defeated Virginia. 70-66 
Semifinals - defeated Duke, 71-65 (OT) 
Championship - defeated North Carolina. 86-74 

NCAA TOURNAMENT 

East Region First Round - defeated Boston College. 86-63 

East Region Semifinal - lost to Temple, 71-67 

East Region Consolation - defeated Manhattan. 59-55 



TEAM ROSTER 



No. Name 


Yr. 


>os. Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


10 Rich Porac 


Jr 


G 6-0 


178 


Monroeville. Pa. 


13 Howard White 


Sr 


G 6-0 


160 


Hampton. 


Va, 


14 Donald White 


So, 


G 6-4 


179 


Pittsburgh 


Pa. 


15 John Lucas 


Fr 


G 6-4 


175 


Durham, N.C. 


21 Billy Hahn 


So. 


G 5-10 


155 


Mishawaka, Ind, 


22 Jap Trimple 


Jr 


G 6-3 


181 


NewYorii.NY 


23 Varick Cutler 


So. 


F 6-7 


205 


N, Tanawanda, N,Y 


24 Mauhce Howard 


Fr 


G 6-2 


170 


Philadelp^ 


ia, Pa. 


33 Danell Brown 


Sr 


F 6-6 


225 


Pittsburgh 


Pa. 


35 Bob Bodell 


Sr 


G 64 


180 


Frankfort, 


Ky. 


41 Len Elmore 


Jr 


F-C 6-9 


232 


Springfiekl Gardens, N.Y 


42 Owen Brovm 


So. 


F-C 6-9 


205 


La Grangt 


.Ill, 


44 Jim O'Brien 


Sr 


F 6-8 


202 


Falls Church, Va, 


45 Tom Roy 


So. 


C 6-9 


210 


S Windsor, Conn, 


54 Tom McMillen 


Jr 


C 6-11 


213 


Mansfield. Pa, 


Head Coach: Charles "Lefty" Driesell 


Assistant Coaches: Jim Moloney. Joe Harhngton. Tim Autry 


SEASON STATISTICS 

Name GP FG% FT% Reb.-Avg. AssL 


Pts.-Avg 


Tom McMillen 


29 .585 


.800 


284-9.f 


28 


616-21,2 


Jim O'Brien 


30 ,555 


,844 


1444.f 


67 


498-16,6 


John Lucas 


30 ,538 


,703 


83-2,f 


178 


425-14,2 


Len Elmore 


26 ,469 


,607 290-11,, 


35 


261-10,0 


Bob Bodell 


30 .503 


,820 


80-2,f 


121 


238-7.9 


Darrell Brown 


27 .508 


.684 


77-2, 


44 


147-54 


Tom Roy 


29 .517 


.529 


113-3.9 8 


1284.4 


Owen Brown 


30 .419 


.643 


72-2.4 17 


1224.1 


Maurice Howard 


29 .404 


.579 


19-1.5 25 


81-2.8 


Rich Porac 


24 .483 


.529 


7-2.9 23 


37-1.5 


Howard White 


19 .405 


.750 


14-.7 7 


36-2,0 


Don White 


14 .455 


,500 


5-4 1 


12-0.9 


Billy Hahn 


16 .714 


,000 


0-0 1 


10-0,6 


Maryland Totals 


30 .520 


.718 136745.4 557 


2613-87.1 


Opponent Totals 


30 .468 


.686 1043-34.8 363 


2226-74.2 



ACC TOURNAMENT 

Quarterfinals - defeated Clemson, 77-61 
Semifinals - defeated Wake Forest. 73-65 
Championship - lost to NC State. 76-74 



NCAA TOURNAMENT 

East Region First Round - bye 

East Region Semifinal - defeated Syracuse. 91-75 

East Region Final - lost to Providence, 103-89 



TEAM ROSTER 



No. Name 




Yr. 


'OS. HI 


Wt. 


Hometown 


5 John Boyle 




Jr 


F 6-7 


210 


Hyattsville 


Md, 


10 Steve Sheppard 




So. 


F 6-6 


210 


NewYorti.NY 


12 MikeBtasheats 




Fr 


G 6-1 


170 


Haqerstown. Md. 


13 James Jones 




Jr 


G 64 


205 


Seat Pleasant Md. 


15 John Lucas 




Jr 


G 64 


170 


Durham. N.C. 


20 John Newsome 




Fr 


F 6* 


195 


Norfolk. Vc 


, 


21 Billy Hahn 




Sr 


G 5-11 


150 


Mishawaka, Ind. 


22 Mike Cherry 




Fr 


F 6-5 


190 


Elm City, NC. 


24 Maurice Howard 




Jr 


G 6-3 


170 


Philadelph 


a. Pa, 


30 Brad Davis 




Fr 


G 6-3 


180 


Monaca. Pa. 


42 Owen Brown 




Sr 


F-C 6-8 


205 


LaGrange 


III. 


44 Chris Patton 




Fr 


C 6-9 


210 


Bessemer Ala, 


45 Tom Roy 




Sr 


C 6-9 


210 


S.Windsor, Conn, 


Head Coach: Charies 


LeftY 


Driesell 








Assistant Coaches: Joe Hamnqlon. Dave Pritchett, 


Howard White 


SEASON STATISTICS 

Name GP FG% FT% Reb.-Avg. Asst. 


Pts.-Avg 


John Lucas 


24 


.549 


,836 


1004, 


91 


469-19.5 


Owen Brown 


29 


.513 


.829 


206-7, 


31 


431-14,9 


Steve Sheppard 


29 


.519 


.712 


217-7.5 25 


416-14,3 


Maunce Howard 


29 


.565 


.727 


77-2.7 65 


388-13,4 


Brad Davis 


29 


,580 


.820 


95-3.3 134 


364-12,6 


Tom Roy 


29 


.606 


.686 


!21-11, 


30 


320-11,0 


Chris Patton 


19 


,531 


.733 


54-2.8 3 


904,7 


John Newsome 


23 


,487 


.778 


49-2. 


3 


59-2,6 


Billy Hahn 


22 


,561 


.546 


15-.7 30 


58-2,6 


John Boyle 


18 


.333 


.400 


13-7 


8-0,4 


Maryland Totals 


29 


.547 


.757 126143.5 413 


2607-89.9 


Opponent Totals 


29 


.441 


.694 999-34.5 355 


2163-74.6 



ACC TOURNAMENT 

Quarterfinals - lost to NC State, 87-85 

NCAA TOURNAMENT 

Midwest Region First Round - defeated Creighton. 83-79 
Midwest Region Semifinal - defeated Notre Dame. 83-71 
Midwest Region Final - lost to Louisville, 96-82 



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TEAMS OF TRADITIOA 



1 979-80 

Record: 24-7 H 16-0 A 4-4 N 4-3 
ACC: 11-3, ACC Regular Season champion 
Postseason : NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Ranl<lngs: AP No. 8, UPI No. 8 



1980-81 

Record: 21-10 H 12-3 A; 5-5 N: 4-2 
ACC: 8-6, 4tli place, ACC Tournament finalist 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round 
Rankings: AP No. 18, UPI No. 11 



1 982-83 

Record: 20-10 H 14-3 A: 5-4 N: 1-3 
ACC: 8-6, 3rd place (tie) 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round 
Rankings: None 



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TEAM ROSTER 



No. Name 


Yr. 


Pes. Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


10 Greg Manning 


Jr. 


G 6-1 


170 


Highspire 


Pa. 


15 Reggie Jackson So. 


G 64 


210 


Philadelp 


ia. Pa. 


21 Greg 'Dulch' Morley So. 


G 6-2 


170 


Hyattsville 


,Md. 


22 Mart Fotherqill 


Fr 


F 6-9 


220 


Somerset 


Ky. 


23 David Hendereon Jr 


C 6-9 


215 


Roanoke, Va. 


25 Ernest Gratiam 


Jr 


F 6-7 


215 


Baltimore, Md. 


41 Jon Robinson 


Fr 


G 64 


184 


Gastonia, N.C. 


42 HennanVeal 


Fr 


F 6^ 


200 


Jackson, Miss. 


50 Jotm Bilney 


Sr. 


C-F 6-8 


220 


Woodcliff Lake, N.J. 


52 Ctiarles'Buck"MliamsSo. 


C-F 6-8 


215 


Rocky Mount, NO. 


54 Taylor Baldwin 


So. 


C 6-10 


225 


Greenwich. Conn, 


55 Alt)ertKing 


Jr 


F 6-6 


190 


Brooklyn, 


N.Y. 


Head Coach: Charles lefly' Driesell 


Assistant Coaches: Tom Abalemarco, John Kochan, Sherman Dillard 


SEASON STATISTICS 

Name GP FG% FT% Reb.-Avg. Asst 


Pts.-Avg 


AII>ertKing 


31-31 .553 


.821 


207-6.7 


86 


674-21.7 


Ernest Graham 


31-30 .501 


.658 


230-7.4 


136 


483-15,6 


Greg Manning 


30-29 .643 


.908 


47-1.6 


65 


471-15.7 


Buck Williams 
Reggie Jackson 


24-23 .606 
31-20 .429 


.664 242-10,1 
611 65-21 


27 
88 


371-15.5 
158-5,1 


Taylor Baldwin 


31-8 .657 


.652 


82-2.7 


11 


122-3.9 


Dutch Morley 


31-14 .453 


.792 


51-1.7 


124 


96-3.1 


Maris Fothergill 


15^ .518 


.538 


20-1.3 


1 


35-2.3 


Jon Robinson 


14-0 .333 


.750 


2-0.1 


15 


31-2.2 


John Bilney 


14-1 .450 


.462 


38-2.7 


2 


24-1.7 


David Henderson 


16-0 .600 


,500 


18-1.1 


3 


16-1.0 


Maryland Totals 


31 .551 


.724 1089-35.1 


558 


2481-80.0 


Opponent Totals 


31 .474 


.700 1000-32.3 


476 


2226-71.8 



ACC TOURNAMENT 

Quarterfinals - defeated Georgia Tech, 5149 (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 



No. Name Yr. 


Pos. Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


10 Greg Manning Sr 


G 6-1 


173 


Highspire 


Pa, 


14 Steve Rivers Fr 


G 6-3 


170 


Brockville, N.Y 


15 Reggie Jackson Jr 


G 64 


210 


Philadelpt 


la. Pa. 


21 Greg ■Dutch" Mortey Jr 


G 6-2 


170 


Hyattsville 


,Md. 


22 Mari( Fothergill So. 


F 6-9 


220 


Somerset 


Ky 


25 Ernest Graham Sr 


G-F 6-7 


207 


Baltimore. Md. 


32 Chartes Pittman Jr 


F 6-8 


215 


Rocky Mount, N.C 


33 Pete Holbert Fr 


F 6-6 


190 


Fairfax, Va, 


41 Jon Robinson So. 


G 64 


185 


Gastonia, N,C. 


42 Herman Veal Fr 


F 6-6 


200 


Jackson, Miss. 


52 Chartes -Buck" Williams Jr 


C-F 6-8 


215 


Rocky Mount, N.C. 


54 Taylor Baldwin Jr 


C 6-10 


219 


Greenv»ich. Conn. 


55 Albert King Sr 


F 6-6 


190 


Brooklyn. 


NY 


Head Coach: Chartes lefty- Dnesell 


Assistant Coaches: Tom Abatemarco. John Kochan. Shennan Dillard 


SEASON STATISTICS 

Name GP FG% FPA Reb.-Avg. Asst. 


Pts.-Avg 


Albert King 31-31 ,502 


.812 


177-5.7 


92 


559-18,0 


Buck Williams 31-31 ,647 


.637 363-11,7 


31 


482-15,6 


Ernest Graham 31-31 ,514 


,727 


176-5.7 


120 


448-14.5 


Greg Manning 31-31 ,558 


.821 


41-1,3 


85 


422-13.6 


Chartes Pittman 31-2 .670 


.640 


115-3.7 


13 


158-5,1 


Reggie Jackson 31-23 ,353 


.750 


45-1.5 


60 


93-3,0 


Dutch Mortey 30-7 ,548 


.790 


40-1.3 


84 


61-2,0 


Steve Rivers 24-0 404 


.917 


10-04 


19 


53-2.2 


HennanVeal 16-0 ,353 


,591 


31-1.9 


4 


25-1.6 


Pete Holbert 12-0 ,240 


,667 


15-1.3 


1 


22-1,8 


Jon Robinson 9-0 ,529 


.167 


7-0.8 


3 


19-2,1 


Taylor Baldwin 9-0 ,667 


.750 


11-1.2 


1 


11-1,6 


Maryland Totals 31 .532 


.720 1095-35.3 


503 


2353-75.9 


Opponent Totals 31 .473 


.698 954-30.8 


454 


2164-69.8 



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. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


10 JeffAdklns 


So. 


G 6-5 


185 


Martinsville. Va. 


11 Chuck Dnesell 


So. 


G 6-2 


170 


Silver Spnng, 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 


210 


Wilson, N.C. 


22 Mari( Fothergil 


Jr 


F 6-9 


220 


Somerset, Ky. 


24 Adrian Branch 


So. 


F 6-8 


185 


Largo, Md. 


31 Bryan Palmer 


Fr 


F 6-10 


205 


Susquehannock, Md. 


33 Pete Holbert 


Jr 


F-G 6-6 


190 


Annandale, Va, 


34 Len Bias 


Fr 


F 6-8 


195 


Landover Md, 


42 HennanVeal 


Jr 


F 6-6 


220 


Jackson, Miss, 


52 Greg Stevens 


Fr 


C 7-2 


260 


Stow, Ohio 


54 Ben Coleman 


Jr 


C-F 6-9 


220 


Minneapolis, Minn 


Head Coach: Chartes lefty" Dnesell 


Assistant Coaches: John Kochan, Shennan Dillard. Mel Cartwright 


SEASON STATISTICS 

Name GP FG% FT7. Reb.-Avg. Asst. Pts.-Avg 


Adnan Branch 


29-29 ,469 


,715 


150-5.2 


95 541-187 


Ben Coleman 


30-30 .571 


.652 


242-8,1 


32 454-15.1 


Jeff Ad kins 


30-30 ,468 


,648 


80-2.7 


121 297-9,9 


Len Bias 


30-13 ,478 


,636 


1254.2 


22 214-7.1 


Maris Fothergill 


30-23 ,557 


,758 


112-3.7 


19 187-6.2 


Heman Veal 


26-19 ,479 


762 


179-6.9 


18 176-6.8 


Steve Rivers 


25-5 .556 


.313 


21-0.8 


22 137-5.5 


Jeff Baxter 


30-0 ,417 


,794 


20-0.7 


33 103-3,4 


Ed Fanner 


20-1 ,408 


,636 


44-2.2 


3 54-2,7 


Pete Holbert 


20-0 .222 


.826 


11-0.6 


4 33-1,7 


Chuck Dnesell 


17-0 .333 


.571 


5-0.3 


5 21-1.3 


Bryan Palmer 


12-0 .000 


,250 


15-13 


1 2-0.2 


Maryland Totals 


30 .490 


.685 1098-36.6 


375 2222-74.1 


Opponent Totals 


30 .453 


.670 1022-34.1 


385 2141-71.4 



ACC TOURNAMENT 

Quarterfinals - lost to Georgia Tech, 64-58 (OT) 

NCAA TOURNAMENT 

Midwest Region First Round - defeated 

Tenn -Chattanooga, 52-51 
Midwest Region Second Round - lost to Houston. 60-50 



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2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACCXHAMPIONS^ 



27 SPORTS 



''■='^MS OF TRADITION 



1 983-84 

Record: 24-8 H: 13-2 A: 6-4 N 5-2 

ACC: 9-5, 2nd place, ACC Tournament champion 

Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 

Ranl(ings:APNo.11,UPINo.10 



1 984-85 

Record: 25-12 H: 14-2 A 7-6 N:44 
ACC: 8-6, 4th place (tie) 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings: None 



1 985-86 

Record: 19-14 H: 10-5 A: 6-7 N: 3-2 
ACC: 6-8, 6th place 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round 
Rankings: None 




TEAM ROSTER 



TEAM ROSTER 



TEAM ROSTER 



No. Name 


Yr. 


>os. Ht 


Wt Hometown 


3 Keith Gatlin 


Fr 


G 6-5 


165 Ghmesland. N.C 


10 JeffAdldns 


Jr 


G 6-5 


185 Martinsville, Va. 


11 Chuck Dnesell 


Jr 


G 6-2 


170 Silver Spring. Md. 


12 Jeff Baxter 


So 


G 6-1 


165 Washington, DC. 


14 Steve Rivets 


Sr 


G 6-3 


170 Uniondale, N.Y. 


22 Mark Fotherqill 


Sr 


F 6-9 


220 Somerset, Ky. 


24 Adnan Branch 


Jr 


F 6^ 


185 Largo, Md. 


31 Bryan Palmer 


So. 


C 6-10 


205 Glen Rock, Pa. 


32 Terry Long 


Fr 


F fr8 


240 Glen Allen, Va. 


33 Pete Holbert 


Sr 


F 6* 


190 Fairfax, Va. 


34 Len Bias 


So. 


F 6.8 


195 Landover Md. 


42 HemianVeal 


Sr 


F M 


200 Jackson, Miss. 


54 Ben Coleman 


Sr 


C 6-9 


220 Minneapolis, Minn. 


Head Coach: Charles tefty' Driesell 


Assistant Coaches: Shennan Dillard, Mel Cartwhqht, Ron Bradley 


SEASON STATISTICS 

Name GP FG7. FT% Reb.-Avg. Assl Pts.-Ava 


Ben Coleman 


32-32 .608 


.715 


269-8.4 


53 491-15.3 


Len Bias 


32-31 .567 


.767 


1454.5 


48 488-15.2 


Adnan Branch 


28-25 .479 


.752 


89-3.1 


75 363-13.0 


Jeff Ad kins 


32-31 .538 


.673 


86-2.7 


119 304-9.4 


Herman Veal 


32-28 .554 


.733 


213^.7 


57 268^.4 


Keith Gatlin 


32-9 .487 


.761 


52-1.6 


148 198*.2 


Mark Fotherqill 


32-3 .535 


.846 


64-2.0 


12 109-3.4 


Teny Long 


27-0 .542 


.515 


52-1.9 


10 55-2.0 


Jeff Baxter 


21-0 .393 


.733 


8-0.4 


46 48-2.3 


Chuck Dnesell 


15-0 .462 


.526 


80.4 


5 34-2.3 


Pete Holbert 


14-0 .421 


.833 


13-0.9 


4 21-1.5 


Steve Rivers 


6-0 .429 


1.000 


1-0.2 


1 12-2.0 


Maryland Totals 


32 .539 


.725 1078-33.7 


548 2391-74,7 


Opponent Totals 


32 .462 


.694 


)96-31.1 


465 2151-67.2 



ACC TOURNAMENT 

Quarterfinals - defeated N C Stale. 69-63 
Semifinals - defeated Wake Forest. 66-64 
Finals - defeated Duke. 74^2 

NCAA TOURNAMENT 

Mideast Region First Round - bye 
Mideast Region Second Round - defeated 

West Virginia. 102-77 
Mideast Region Semifinal - lost to Illinois, 72-70 



No, 


Name 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Ht 


Wt. 


Hometown 


3 


Keith Gatlin 


So. 


G 


6-5 


165 


Ghmesland. N.C. 


10 


JeffAdkins 


Sr 


G 


6-5 


185 


Maitnsville, Va. 


11 


Chuck Dnesell 


Sr 


G 


6-2 


170 


Silver Spnnq, Md. 


12 


Jeff Baxter 


Jr 


G 


6-1 


165 


Washington, D.C. 


22 


Walter Lancaster 


Fr 


G 


64 


180 


Lanham, Md. 


24 


Adnan Branch 


Sr 


G-F 


6^ 


185 


Largo. Md. 


31 


Bryan Palmer 


So. 


C 


6-10 


205 


Glen Rock, Pa. 


32 


Terry Long 


So. 


C-F 


6^ 


240 


Glen Allen, Va. 


33 


Derrick Lewis 


Fr 


F 


6-7 


195 


Temple Hills. Md. 


34 


Len Bias 


Jr 


F 


6-8 


195 


Landover Md. 



41 Tom Jones 



F 6-6 205 Oak Hill. WVa. 



50 Ed Woods 

Head Coach: Charles "Lefty' Driesell 



F 6-7 210 Rockville. Md. 



Assi stant C oaches: S herman Dillard. Mel Cartwright, Ron Bradley 

SEASON STATISTICS 



Name 


GP 


FG% 


FT% 


Reb.-Avg. 


Asst 


Pts.-Avg 


Len Bias 


37-37 


.530 


.777 


251-6.8 


65 


701-19.0 


Adrian Branch 


37-37 


.510 


.762 


1824.9 


81 


671-18.1 


Keith Gatlin 


37-35 


.514 


.862 


70-1.8 


221 


30M.3 


Tom Jones 


37-20 


.507 


.741 


1554.2 


37 


264-7.1 


Dethck Lewis 


37-34 


.466 


.625 


241-6.5 


33 


221«.0 


JeffAdkins 


37-14 


.456 


.711 


784.1 


68 


193-5.2 


Jeff Baxter 


350 


.500 


.697 


2frJ).7 


46 


97-2.8 


Terry Long 


37-8 


.508 


.613 


69-1.9 


14 


85-2.3 


Chuck Driesell 


14-2 


.333 


.727 


8^.6 


3 


38-2.7 


Btyan Palmer 


12-0 


.167 


,846 


10-0.8 


4 


13-1.1 


Walter Lancaster 


7-0 


.500 


.000 


1-0.1 


3 


10-14 


Ed Woods 


M 


.000 


.429 


3-04 





3-0.6 


Maryland Totals 


37 


.503 


.743 


1184-32 


575 


2602-70.3 


Opponent Totals 


37 


.459 


.691 


1222-33 


510 


2404-65.0 



ACC TOURNAMENT 

Quarterfinals - lost to Duke, 86-73 

NCAA TOURNAMENT 

Southeast Region First Round - defeated 

Miami-Ohio, 69-68 (OT) 
Southeast Region Second Round - defeated Navy. 64-59 
Southeast Region Semifinal -- lost to Villanova, 4643 



No. Name 


Yr. Pos. Ht 


Wt Hometown 


3 Keith Gatlin 


Jr G 6-5 


165 Ghmesland. NC. 


12 Jeff Baxter 


Sr G 6-1 


165 Washington, DC. 


21 John Johnson 


Fr G 64 


170 Knoxwile. Tenn. 


23 Dave Dickerson Fr F 6-6 


200 Olar.S.C. 


25 Tony Massenbunq Fr F 6* 


215 Sussex, Va. 


31 Bryan Palmer 


Jr C 6-10 


205 Glen Rock Pa. 


32 Terry Long 


Jr C-F 6-8 


240 Glen Allen, Va 


33 Demck Lewis 


So. F 6-7 


195 Temple Htlls, Md 


34 Len Bias 


Sr F 6-8 


195 Landover, Md 


40 David Gregg 


Fr. F 6-9 


190 Hyattsville, Md 


41 Tom Jones 


Sr F 6-6 


205 Oak Hill, WVa 


50 Phil Nevin 


Fr. C 6-11 


250 Vandergnft. Pa 


54 ChnstophWeisheit Fr C 7-2 


210 Cokxjne.W.Gemiany 


Head Coach: Charies lefty' Driesell 


Assistant Coaches: Ron Bradley, Oliver Pumell, Bart Bellaits 


SEASON STATISTICS 

Name GP FG7o FT% Reb.-Avg. Assl Pts.-Avg 


Len Bias 


32-32 ,544 ,864 


224-7.0 33 743-23.2 


Keith Gatlin 


32-30 ,475 .784 


86-2.7 204 326-10.2 


Jeff Baxter 


32-30 .478 .703 


62-1.9 101 303-9.5 


Tom Jones 


33-9 .551 .617 


1554.7 36 267-8.1 


Derhck Lewis 


33-33 .485 .684 


222-6.7 28 261-79 


John Johnson 


31-8 .500 .642 


290.9 35 181-5.8 


Terry Long 


28-21 .546 .618 


87-3.1 16 91-3.3 


Tony Massenburg 


29-8 .500 .563 


60-2.1 83-2.9 


Dave Dickerson 


150 .440 .769 


22-1.5 7 32-2.1 


David Gregg 


15-1 .588 .474 


11-0.7 2 29-1.9 


Greg Nared 


7-0 .375 .000 


5-0.7 3 6-0.9 


Maryland Totals 


33 .510 .729 1030-31.2 465 2322-70.4 


Opponent Totals 


33 .480 .730 1017-30.8 457 2166-65.6 



ACC TOURNAMENT 

Quarterfinals - defeated North Carolina, 85-75 
Semifinals - lost lo Georgia Tech. 64-62 

NCAA TOURNAMENT 

West Region First Round - defeated Pepperdine. 69-64 
West Region Second Round - lost to UNLV, 70-64 






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2006-07 MARYLANl^ 
MEN'S BASKETBALL 



TEAMS OF Tk«i>ITIOf 



1 987-88 

Record: 18-13 H 84 A 6-7 N:4-2 
ACC: 6-8, 5th place 
F'ostseason: NCAA Second Round 
Rankings: None 



1 993-94 

Record: 18-12 H 10-3 A 4-6 N 4-3 
ACC: 8-8, 4th place (tie) 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings: USA Today/CNN No. 20 



1 994-95 

Record: 26-8 H 16-0 A. 4-4 N;6-4 
ACC: 12-4, ACC Regular Season co-champion 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings: AP No. 10, USA Today/CNN No. 11 




TEAM ROSTER 



No. Name 



Yr. Pos. Ht Wt. Hometown 



Keith Gatlin 



Sr G 6-5 170 Gnmesiand, N C 



5 Mitch Kasoff 


So. 


G 6-1 


175 


^ikesville, Md 


10 Mark Katver 


So. 


F 6-7 


195 


(eninqslon. Md, 


11 Teyon McCoy 


So. 


G 6-1 


170 


Hammond, Ind, 


12 Rudy Archer 


Jr 


G 6-1 


170 


3altimore, Md, 


21 John Johnson 


Jr 


G 64 


170 


<noxville, Tenn. 


22 Greg Nared 


Jr. 


G 64 


190 


/Vilminqton, Ohio 


23 Dave Dickerson Jr. 


F M 


200 


DIar. SO 




24 Brian Williams 


Fr 


C 6-10 


210 


Santa Monica, Calif, 


25 Tony Massenburq So. 


F-C 6-9 


230 


Sussex. Va, 


30 Rodney Waike 


Jr. 


F 6-9 


250 


3altimore, Md, 


33 Demck Lewis 


Sr 


F 6-7 


195 


femple Hills. Md, 


43 Cednc Lewis 


Fr. 


F 6-9 


200 


Femple Hills. Md, 


44 Steve Hood 


So. 


G-F 6^ 


190 


>lewCairallton,Md 


Head Coach: Bob Wade 


Assistant Coaches: Ron Bradley 


Oliver Pumell. Jeff Adkins 




SEASON STATISTICS 

Name GP FG% FT% Reb.-Avq. AssL 


Pts.-Avg 


DetTick Lewis 


31-31 .556 


,593 


237-7.6 


71 


466-15,0 


Rudy Archer 


31-31 .432 


.770 


75-2.4 


172 


393-12,7 


Brian Williams 


29-29 ,600 


.671 


173-6.0 


22 


363-12,5 


Keith Gatlin 


21-10 .506 


.758 


63-3.0 


76 


257-12,2 


Tony Massenburq 


23-16 .520 


.573 


122-5,3 


10 


233-10,1 


Steve Hood 


29-12 .482 


.741 


72-2,5 


55 


226-7.8 


Teyon McCoy 


31-8 .486 


,871 


31-1,0 


68 


165-5.3 


Dave Dickerson 


30-6 .472 


,724 


62-2,1 


30 


1354.5 


John Johnson 


23-0 .444 


,700 


16-0,7 


12 


51-2.2 


Cedric Lewis 


7-2 .313 


,308 


14-2.0 


1 


14-2.0 


Mark Kan/er 


12-0 .313 


,727 


9^.8 


10 


19-1.6 


Rodney Walker 


12-0 .417 


.333 


M.8 


1 


12-1.0 


Mitch Kasoff 


H) .400 


.333 


Ofl.O 





5^.8 


Greq Nared 


14-1 .182 


.875 


3-0.2 


8 


11-0.8 


Maryland Totals 


31 .504 


.672 957-30.9 


516 


2350-75.8 


Opponent Totals 


31 .482 


.715 1010-32.6 


488 


2227-71.8 



ACC TOURNAMENT 

Quarterfinals - defeated Georgia Tech, 84-67 
Semifinals - tosi to North Carolina. 74-54 

NCAA TOURNAMENT 

Southeast Region First Round - defeated 

UC Santa Barbara, 92-82 
Southeast Region Second Round - lost to Kentucky. 70-64 



TEAM ROSTER 

No. Name Yr. Pos. Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


3 Matt Raydo 


Fr 


G 5-10 


160 


Fl Lauderdale, Fla, 


4 Exree Hipp 


So. 


F 6-8 


183 


Washingl 


n, DC, 


10 Duane Simpki 


s So. 


G 6-0 


173 


Fl Washi 


iglon, Md, 


11 MattKovarili 


Fr 


G 6-5 


179 


Greensboro. N.C, 


12 DonnyJudd 


So. 


F 6-5 


185 


Forestville, Md, 


15 Johnny Rhodes So, 


G 6-5 


205 


Washinqt 


)h, DC, 


21 Maho Lucas 


So. 


F 6-8 


230 


Memphis, 


Tenn. 


22 Keith Booth 


Fr 


F 6-5 


220 


Baltimor« Md. 


24 John Walsh 


Jr 


F 6-8 


221 


West Islip 


N.Y. 


30 Nick Bosnic 


Fr 


F-G 6-7 


197 


Unionlown. Pa. 


31 Wayne Bristol 


Jr 


G 6-1 


178 


Beltsville, Md. 


32 Joe Smith 


Fr 


F-C 6-9 


213 


Norfolk, Va. 


55 Kurtis Shultz 


Jr 


F 6^ 


235 


Randallstown. Md. 


Head Coach: Gary 


Wlliams 










Assistant Coaches 


Billy Hahn, An 


Perry, Jimmy Patsos 




SEASON STATISTICS 

Name GP FG% FT"/. Reb.-Avg. AssL 


Pts.-Avg 


Joe Smith 


30-30 .522 


.734 321-10.7 


25 


582-19,4 


Exree Hipp 
Johnny Rhodes 


30-30 ,472 
30-29 ,419 


.688 
,623 


1204.0 
203-6.8 


76 
122 


397-13,2 
374-12,5 


Duane Simpkins 


30-30 ,485 


,784 


77-2.6 


136 


355-11,8 


Keith Booth 


30-30 ,454 


,584 


183-6.1 


65 


324-10,8 


Maho Lucas 


30-0 ,391 


,585 


107-3.6 


11 


163-54 


Nick Bosnic 


28-0 ,413 


,706 


41-1.5 


24 


82-2,9 


Donny Judd 


8-0 ,417 


,667 


6^.8 





16-2,0 


Matt Kovarik 


29-1 ,421 


,792 


33-1.1 


31 


53-1,8 


Wayne Bristol 


22-0 ,379 


.632 


17-0.8 


6 


38-1,7 


Kurtis Shultz 


19-0 ,294 


,333 


11-0,6 


4 


12-0,6 


Matt Raydo 


9-0 ,000 


,429 


3-0,3 


2 


3-0,3 


Maryland Totals 


30 .457 


.682 1193-39.8 


502 


2399-80.0 


Opponent Totals 


30 .432 


.640 1148-38.3 


448 


2197-73.2 



TEAM ROSTER 



ACC TOURNAMENT 

Quarterfinals - lost to Virginia, 69-63 

NCAA TOURNAMENT 

Midwest Region First Round - defeated St Louis, 74-67 
Midwest Region Second Round - defeated 

Massachusetts. 95-87 
Midwest Region Semifinal - lost to Michigan, 78-71 



No. Name 




Yr. 


Pos. Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


3 Matt Raydo 




So, 


G 5-10 


160 


Ft, Lauderdale. Fla, 


4 Exree Hipp 




Jr 


F 6-8 


205 


Washing! 


m, DC 


10 Duane Simpkins 


Jr 


G 6-0 


172 


Ft Washington, Md 


11 Matt Kovarik 




So, 


G 6-5 


185 


Greensboro, N C 


12 DonnyJudd 




Sr 


F 6-5 


185 


Foreslville, Md 


13 Saninas Jasikevicius 


Fr. 


G 64 


202 


(aunas, Lithuania 


15 Johnny Rhodes 


Jr 


G 64 


205 


Washingt 


Jh, D,C, 


21 Mano Lucas 




Jr 


F 6^ 


233 


tiemphis 


Tenn, 


22 Keith Booth 




So. 


F 6-5 


225 


Baltimore Md, 


25 Rodney Elliot 




Fr 


F 6-8 


207 


Baltimore Md, 


31 Wayne Bristol 




Sr 


G 6-1 


185 


Beltsville, Md. 


32 Joe Smith 




So. 


F-C 6-10 


221 


Norfolk, Va. 


55 Kurtis Shultz 




Sr 


F 6-5 


235 


Randallstown, Md, 


Head Coach: Gary Williams 


Assistant Coaches 


Billy Hahn, Arl 


Peny, Jimmy Patsos 




SEASON STATISTICS 

Name GP FG7. FT'/o Reb.-Avg. Assl 


Pts.-Avg 


Joe Smith 


34-34 


.578 


.741 362-10,7 


40 


708-20,8 


Johnny Rhodes 


34-34 


,525 


,694 


179-5,3 


126 


475-14,0 


Exree Hipp 


34-34 


,514 


,656 


1414,2 


109 


461-13,6 


Keith Booth 


34-34 


,455 


,695 


247-7,3 


76 


369-10,9 


Duane Simpkins 


34-33 


,445 


,841 


72-2,1 


162 


358-10,5 


Mano Lucas 


34-0 


,420 


,577 


125-3,7 


23 


241-71 


Wayne Bnstol 


34-0 


,465 


,636 


40-1,2 


31 


133-3,9 


Saninas Jasikevicius 


29-0 


,446 


,810 


19-0,7 


22 


89-3,1 


DonnyJudd 


10-0 


,455 


.556 


50,5 


3 


16-1,6 


Kurtis Shultz 


12-0 


,636 


1.00 


11-0.9 


1 


19-1,6 


Rodney Elliott 


30-0 


,500 


.519 


46-1,5 


13 


43-14 


Matt Raydo 


12-0 


,445 


.800 


6^.5 


8 


12-1,0 


Matt Kovarik 


31-1 


,313 


.647 


27-0,9 


27 


22-0,7 


Maryland Totals 


34 


.498 


.706 136740.2 


641 


2946-86.7 


Opoonent Totals 


34 


.440 


.656 1142-33.6 


511 


2514-73.9 



ACC TOURNAMENT 

Quarterfinals - defeated Flonda Stale. 71-64 
Semifinals - lost to North Carolina, 97-92 (OT) 

NCAA TOURNAMENT 

West Region First Round - defeated Gonzaga, 87-63 
West Region Second Round - defeated Texas, 82-68 
West Region Semifinal - lost to Connecticut, 99-89 




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2004 ACCXHAMPIONS 



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1 995-96 

Record: 17-13 H: 11-3 A: 3-5 N;3-5 
ACC: 8-8, 4th place (tie) 
Postseason: NCAA First Round 
Ranltings: None 



1 996-97 

Record: 21-11 H: 11-3 A: 5-4 N 5-4 
ACC: 9-7, 4th place (tie) 
Postseason: NCAA First Round 
Rankings: AP No. 22 



1 997-98 

Record: 21-11 H: 12-2 A: 3-5 N: 6-4 
ACC: 10-6, 3rd place 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings: AP No. 20, USA Today/NABC No. 22 




TEAM ROSTER 



No. Name 


Yr. 


'OS. Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


3 Laron Prot 


Fr 


F-G 6-5 


189 


Charteston. SO. 


4 Exree Hipp 


Sr. 


F 6^ 


224 


Washinqlon, DC. 


5 Matt Raydo 


Jr 


G 5-10 


153 


Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 


10 Duane Simpkins Sr. 


G 6^ 


172 


Ft. Washington, Md. 


11 Matt Kovarik 


Jr 


G &4 


201 


Greensboro, N.C. 


12 Terrell Stokes 


Fr 


G M 


172 


Philadelpt 


ia, Pa. 


13 Samnas Jasikevidus So. 


G 6-4 


195 


Kaunas, Lithuania 


14 Norman Fields 


Fr 


G 6-0 


173 


Mt. Vemon, N.Y. 


15 Jotinny Rhodes 


Sr 


G 64 


212 


Washington, D.C, 


21 Mario Lucas 


Sr 


F 6-8 


241 


Memphis, 


Tenn, 


22 Keith Booth 


Jr 


F 6-6 


222 


Baltimore Md 


25 Rodney Elliot 


So. 


F 6-8 


213 


Baltimore Md 


45 Brian Watkins 


So. 


F 6-9 


216 


Nashville, Tenn 


54 Obinna Ekezie 


Fr. 


F-C 6-9 


260 


Port Harcourt, Nigeria 


Head Coach: Gary Williams 


Assistant Coaches: 


Billy Hahn, Art Perry, Jimmy Patsos 




SEASON STATISTICS 

Name GP FG% FT'/. Reb.-Avg. Asst. 


Pts.-Avg 


Johnny Rhodes 


30-30 .47B 


.569 


177-5.E 


98 


502-16,7 


Keith Booth 


30-30 -442 


.757 


233-7.e 


73 


459-15,3 


Duane Simpkins 


27-27 .458 


.845 


65-2.4 


118 


328-12,2 


Mario Lucas 


2M .427 


.628 


151-5.; 


8 


305-10.5 


Exree Hipp 


29-27 .368 


.661 


89-3. 


54 


198-6.8 


Laron Profit 


27-0 .482 


.756 


74-2." 


32 


154-5.7 


Rodney Elliott 


29-6 .500 


.692 


91-3. 


11 


142-4.9 


Obinna El<ezie 


30-18 .472 


.550 


111-3." 


10 


1354.5 


Sarunas Jasikevicius 


27-2 .427 


.500 


32-1.; 


33 


106-3.9 


Terrell Stokes 


304 .470 


.635 


40-1.. 


85 


100-3.3 


Matt Raydo 


8-0 .250 


.500 


OO.C 


3 


4-0.5 


Nomian Fields 


10-0 .288 


.000 


4-0.' 


1 


5^.5 


Matt Kovank 


5-0 .000 


.500 


2-0.' 


3 


2-0.4 


Maryland Totals 


30 .449 


.683 1158-38. 


529 


2440-81.3 


Opponent Totals 


30 .451 


.729 1114-37. 


429 


2288-76.3 



ACC TOURNAMENT 

Quarterfinals - defeated Duke, 82-69 
Semifinals - lost to Georgia Tech, 84-79 

NCAA TOURNAMENT 

West Region First Round - lost to Santa Clara, 91-79 



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TEAM ROSTER 



No. Name 


Yr. 


»os. Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


3 Laron Profit 


So. 


F-G 6-5 


189 


Charteston, S.C. 


4 Atman Smith 


Fr 


G 5-10 


160 


Baltimore, Md, 


5 Matt Raydo 


Sr 


G 5-10 


152 


Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 


10 Kelly Hite 


Fr. 


G 6-4 


190 


Temple Tenace, Fla. 


11 Matt Kovarik 


Jr 


G 64 


201 


Greensboro, N.C. 


12 Terrell Stokes 


So. 


G 6-0 


171 


Philadelpt 


la, Pa. 


13 Samnas Jasikevicius Jr. 


G 64 


195 


Kaunas, Lithuania 


14 Nonnan Fields 


So. 


G 6-0 


173 


Mt Vemon, N.Y 


20 Matt Hahn 


Fr. 


G 6-0 


155 


Columbia 
Saltimore 


Md. 


22 Keith Booth 


Sr. 


F 6-6 


222 


Md. 


25 Rodney Elliot 


Jr 


F 6-8 


213 


Baltimore 


Md. 


45 Brian Watkins 


So. 


F 6-9 


216 


Nashville, Tenn. 


54 Obinna Ekezie 


So. 


F-C 6-9 


260 


Port Harcourt, Nigeria 


55 Mike Mardesich Fr 


C 7-0 


220 


Boston, Mass. 


Head Coach; Gary Williams 


Assistant Coaches 


Billy Hahn, Dave Dicketson, Jimmy Patsos 




SEASON STATISTICS 

Name GP FG% FT% Reb.-Avg. Asst 


Pts.-Avg 


Keith Booth 


32-32 .469 


717 


253-7.9 


82 


624-19.5 


Laron Profit 


32-30 .475 


.626 


171-5.3 


78 


412-12.9 


Sanjnas Jasikevicius 32-32 418 


.742 


80-2.5 


102 


338-1t).6 


Obinna Ekezie 


32-32 .550 


.639 


212-6.6 


22 


322-10.1 


Rodney Elliott 


32-2 .483 


.728 


197-6.2 


42 


275.8.6 


Ten-ell Stokes 


32-31 .427 


.645 


88-2.8 


143 


263-8.2 


Brian Watkjns 


25^) .445 


.647 


54-2.2 


2 


70-8.2 


Matt Kovarik 


32-1 .431 


.679 


58-1.8 


41 


64-2.0 


Norman Fields 


8.0 .400 


.833 


8-1.0 


1 


14-1.8 


Atman Smith 
Malt Hahn 


4-0 .429 
4-0 .500 


,000 
,667 


3-0.8 
1-0.3 



1 


6-1,5 
4-1,0 


Kelly Hite 


11-0 .250 


,500 


11-1.0 





10-0.9 


Matt Raydo 


9-0 .200 


,333 


3-0.3 


4 


4-0.5 


Maryland Totals 


32 .465 


.681 1226-38.3 


518 


2406-75.2 


Opponent Totals 


32 .405 


.668 1092-34.1 


425 


2136-66.8 



ACC TOURNAMENT 

Quarterfinals - defeated Clemson. 76-61 
Semifinals - lost lo NC Slate. 65-58 



NCAA TOURNAMENT 

Southeast Region First Round - lost to 
College of Charteston, 75-66 




TEAM ROSTER 



No. Name 



Yr. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown 



3 Laron Profit 



Jr F-G 6-5 194 Charteston, SC 



4 Atman Smith 


So. 


G 6-0 


170 


Saltimore, Md. 


11 Matt Kovarik 


Sr 


G 64 


196 


jreensboro, N.C. 


12 Terrell Stokes 


Jr 


G 6-0 


189 


'hiladelpf 


ia. Pa. 


13 Samnas Jasikevicius 


Sr. 


G 64 


197 


(aunas, Lithuania 


20 Matt Hahn 


So. 


G 60 


155 


;olumbia, Md, 


21 LaRon Cephas 


Fr 


F 6-7 


220 


/Vilminqton, Del. 


25 Rodney Elliot 


Sr 


F 6^ 


221 


Baltimore Md. 


31 Nonnan Fields 


Jr 


G 6-0 


183 


ill. Vemon, N.Y 


33 Mike Mardesich 


Fr 


C-F 7-0 


250 


Boston, Mass, 


44 Terence Morns 


Fr 


F 6-8 


199 


Frederick, Md. 


45 Bnan Watkins 


Jr 


F 6-9 


220 


ilashville, Tenn. 


54 Obinna Ekezie 


Jr. 


F-C 6-10 


256 


'ort Harcourt, Nigeria 


Head Coach: Gary Williams 


Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn, Dave Dickeison, Jimmy Patsos 


SEASON STATISTICS 

Name GP FG% FT'A Reb.-Avg. Asst. 


Pts.-Avg 


Laron Profit 32-32 


.447 


.707 


165-5-2 


104 


506-15.8 


Rodney Elliott 32-32 


.485 


.686 


236-7.4 


51 


481-15.0 


Obinna Ekezie 32-32 


.484 


.670 


207-6.5 


51 


410-12.8 


Samnas Jasikevicius 32-32 


.456 


,759 


104-3.3 


116 


396-124 


Terence Morris 32-0 


.523 


.695 


113-3.5 


25 


236-74 


Mike Mardesich 32-0 


.424 


.622 


1384.3 


26 


172-54 


Terrell Stokes 32-25 


415 


.667 


82-2.6 


149 


172-54 


Matt Kovarik 32-7 


.484 


.429 


53-1.7 


64 


76-24 


Brtan Watkins 9-0 


.500 


.600 


15-1.7 




19-2.1 


Nonnan Fields 12-0 
Matt Hahn 11-0 


.526 
.250 


.000 
.750 


11-0.9 
0-0.0 




23-1.9 
11-1.0 


Atman Smith 11-0 


.400 


.500 


8-0.7 




11-1.0 


LaRon Cephas 21-0 


.143 


.250 


30-14 




7-0.3 


Maryland Totals 32 


.461 


.678 1 


71-39.7 
09-37.8 


602 
42l"" 


2520-78.8 


Opponent Totals 32 


.408 


.660 h 


2306-72.1 



ACC TOURNAMENT 

Quarterfinals - defeated Georgia Tech, 83-65 
Semifinals - lost lo 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 toAnzona, 87-79 













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1 998-99 

Record: 28-6 H: 13-1 A: 7-3 N: 8-2 
ACC: 13-3, 2nd place 
PC'Stseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings: AP No. 5, USA Today/NABC No. 



TEAMS OF TRADITIOK^ 



1 999-00 

Record: 25-10 H: 15-1 A: 4-5 N:6-4 
ACC: 11-5, 2nd place, ACC Tournament finalist 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round 
Rankings: AP No. 17, USA Today/ESPN No. 25 



2000-01 

Record; 25-11 H: 11-3 A: 6-3 N: 8-5 
ACC: 10-6, 3rd place 
Postseason: NCAA Final Four 
Rankings: AP No. 11, USA Today/ESPN No. 4 









TEAM ROSTER 



No. Name 



Yr. Pos. HI. Wt. Hometown 



Laron Profit 



Sr. F-G 6-5 202 Chatleston. S.C. 



5 


Juan Dixon 


Fr. 


G 


6-3 


152 Baltimore. Md. 


12 


Terrell Stokes 


Sr. 


G 


6-0 


187 Philadelphia, Pa. 


15 


Danny Miller 


Fr. 


G 


6-8 


205 Mt Holly, N.J. 


20 


MattHahn 


Jr 


G 


6-0 


162 Columbia, Md. 


21 


LaRon Cephas 


So. 


F 


6-7 


223 Wilmington, Del. 


23 


Sieve Francis 


Jr. 


G 


6-3 


194 Takoma Park, Md. 


31 


Nonnan Fields 


Sr. 


G 


6-0 


185 MtVemon,N.Y. 


33 


Mike Mardesich 


So. 


C-F 


7-0 


255 Boston, Mass. 


35 


Lonny Baxter 


Fr 


F 


6-8 


225 Silyer Spnnq, Md. 


44 


Terence Moms 


So. 


F 


6-9 


205 Fredenck.Md. 


45 


Bnan Walkins 


Sr 


F 


6-9 


229 Nashville, Tenn. 


54 


Obinna Ekezie 


Sr. 


F-C 


6-10 


262 Port Harcourt, Nigeria 


Head Coach: Gary Williams 



Assistant Coaclies: Billy Hahn, Dave Dickerson, Jimmy Patsos 



SEASON STATISTICS 

Name GP FG% F T'/. Reb.-Avg. Asst. 

Sieve Francis^ 34-33 .523 .790" 154-4.5 152 



Pts.-Avg 



Terence Morris 



34-34 .551 .825 242-7.1 67 521-15.3 



Laron Profit 



34-34 .503 .676 162-4.8 



494-14.5 



Obinna Ekezie 



Juan Dixon 



Lonny Ba xter 
Danny Miller 



TEAM ROSTER 



34-0 .482 .532 72-2.1 



38 



144-4.2 



Terrell Slokes 



34-34 .421 .667 94-2.8 76 1434.2 



Mike Mardesich 



34-0 .350 .528 117-3.4 34 115-3.4 



Brian Walkins 



LaRon Cephas 



15-0 .445 .500 



5-0.3 



Norman Fields 



22-1 .286 .778 21-1.0 10 



24-1.1 



MattHahn 



14-0 .750 .445 



6-04 



10-0.7 



Maryland Totals 



34 .495 .701 1343-39.5 567 



Opponent Tota ls 34 .388 .658 1209-35.6 735 



2873-84.5 
2259-66.4 



ACC TOURNAMENT 

Quarterfinals - defeated Flonda State. 93-69 
Semifinals - lost to North Carolina. 86-79 

NCAA TOURNAMENT 

South Region First Round - defeated Valparaiso, 82-60 
South Region Second Round - defeated Creighton, 75-63 
South Region Semifinal - lost to St, John's, 76-63 



No. 


Name 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. Hometown 


3 


Juan Dixon 


So. 


G 


6-3 


152 Baltimore, Md 


4 


Eari Badu 


So. 


G 


6-0 


167 Baltimore. Md 


11 


Calvin McCall 


Fr. 


G 


6-3 


200 Orlando, Fla 


12 


Drew Nicholas 


Fr 


G 


6-3 


165 Hempstead, N.Y 


15 


Danny Miller 


So. 


G 


6-8 


205 Ml. Holly, N.J. 


20 


MattHahn 


Sr. 


G 


6-0 


162 Columbia, Md. 


21 


LaRon Cephas 


Jr. 


F 


6-7 


223 Wilmington, Del. 


25 


Steve Blake 


Fr. 


G 


6-3 


175 Miami Lakes, Fla. 


31 


Byron Mouton 


Jr. 


G-F 


6-6 


215 Rayne, La. 


33 


Mike Mardesich 


Jr. 


C-F 


7-0 


255 Boston, Mass. 



35 Lonny Baxter 
44 Terence Morris 



So. F-C 6-8 250 Silver Spnng.Md. 
Jr. F 6-9 205 Fredenck^Md. 



45^ Tahj Holden 

Head Coach: Gary Willi ams 



Fr F 6-10 235 Red Bank, N.J. 



Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn, Dave Dicketson, Jimmy Patsos 

SEASON STATISTICS 

Name GP FG% FT'/. Reb .- Avg. Asst. Pts.-Avg 

35-35 462 .790 192-5.5 127 630-18.0 



579-170 Juan Dixon 



Terence Morris 
Lonny Baxter 



34-34 
35-35 



.493 
.533 



.761 293-8.6 80 
.594 308-8.8 31 



53715.8 
547-15.6 



24-23 .488 .693 141-5.9 55 305-12.7 Da""V Miller 



34-34 .449 .654 



99-2.9 



92 290-8.5 



34-0 .443 .830 88-2.6 50 250-74 Sie ve Blake 



35-33 



106-3.0 217 244-7.0 



32-10 .599 .573 116-3.6 29 217-6.8 Drew Nicholas 



Tahj Holden 
Mike Mardesich 
LaRon C_ej)has_ 
19-1 .488 iOO 34-1.8 11 50-2.6 Calvin McCall 



35-0 


421 


.621 


38-1.1 


50 


177-5.1 


35-3 


.432 


.672 


69-2.0 


34 


116-3.3 


35-0 


.426 


.625 


100-2.9 


19 


95-2.7 


14-0 


.391 


.429 


19-14 





21-1.5 



13-0 .227 .571 10-0.8 



14-1.1 



\ 21-14 Matt Hahn 



13-1 .286 .667 



3-0.2 



12-0.9 



Eari Badu 



4-0 000 000 



1-0.3 



0-0.0 



Maryland Totals 



35 .465 .685 1354-38.7 667 2683-76.7 



Oppon ent Totals 35 .402 .681 1296-37.0 491 2386-68.2 

ACC TOURNAMENT 

Quarterfinals - defeated Flonda Slate. 82-61 
Semifinals - defeated NC State, 64-61 
Finals -lost to Duke. 81-68 

NCAA TOURNAMENT 

Midwest Region First Round - defeated lona, 74-59 
Midwest Region Second Round - lost to UCLA, 105-70 



TEAM ROSTER 

No. Name Yr. Pos. Ht. 


Wt. Hometown 


1 Byron Mouton Jr. 


G-F 6-6 


215 Rayne, La. 


3 Juan Dixon Jr. 


G 6-3 


164 Baltimore. Md. 


4 Eari Badu Jr. 


G 6-0 


160 Baltimore, Md. 


11 Calvin McCall So. 


G 6-3 


200 Oriando,Fla. 


12 Drew Nicholas So. 


G 6-3 


160 Hempstead, N.Y. 


15 Danny Miller Jr. 


G-F 6-8 


220 Mt 
217 W 


Holly, N.J. 


21 LaRon Cephas Sr. 


F 6-7 


minqlon, Del. 


25 Steve Blake So. 


G 6-3 


160 Miami Lakes, Fla. 


33 Mike Mardesich Sr. 


C 7-0 


244 Boston, Mass. 


35 Lonny Baxter Jr. 


F-C 6-8 


260 Silver Spring, Md. 


40 Matt Slaninka Fr. 


C 74 


257 OIney.Md. 


44 Terence Moms Sr. 


F 6-9 


221 Frederick, Md. 


45 Tah| Holden So. 


F 6-10 


247 Red Bank N.J. 


54 Chris Wilcox Fr. 


F-C 6-10 


210 Whileville, N.C. 


Head Coach: Gary Williams 


Assistant Coaclies: Billy Hahn, Dave Dickerson, Jimmy 


Patsos 


SEASON STATISTICS 

Name GP FG'/. FT'/. Reb.-Avg. Asst. Pts.-Avg 


Juan Dixon 36-38 .483 


.865 


1534.3 


93 654-18.2 


Lonny Baxter 36-35 .566 


.592 


286-7.9 


19 561-15.6 


Terence Morris 36-36 .432 


.795 


277-7.7 


68 439-12.2 


Byron Mouton 36-30 .508 


.779 


1454.0 


44 344-9.6 


Steve Blake 36-36 .399 


.714 


108-3.0 


248 248-6.9 


Drew Nicholas 36-0 494 


.702 


56-1.6 


86 237-6.9 


Danny Miller 364 432 


.556 


95-2.6 


77 1744.8 


Tahj Holden 27-0 .494 


.608 


61-2.3 


15 1214.5 


Mike Mardesich 36-1 .473 


.533 


92-2.6 


16 130-3.6 


Chns Wilcox 34-1 .580 


.606 


73-2.1 


16 122-3.6 


LaRon Cephas 14-1 .526 


429 


15-1.1 


1 24-1.7 


Calvin McCall 11-0 .308 


.600 


7-0.6 


8 13-1.2 


Eari Badu 2-0 .000 


.000 


0-0.0 


1 0-0.0 


Maryland Totals 36 .484 


.696 147841.1 


692 3067-85.2 


Opponent Totals 36 .404 


.708 1299-36.1 


444 2605-724 



ACC TOURNAMENT 

Quarterfinals - defeated Wake Forest, 71-53 
Semifinals -lost to Duke, 84-82 

NCAA TOURNAMENT 

West Region First Round - defeated George Mason. 83-80 
West Region Second Round - defeated Georgia Stale, 79-60 
West Region Semifinals - defeated Georgetown, 76-66 
West Region Finals - defeated Stanford, 87-73 
National Semifinals - lost to Duke, 95-84 



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2004 ACCXHAMPIONS 



2001-02 

NATIONAL 
CHAMPIONS 

Record: 32-4 H: 15-0 A: 7-2 N: 8-5 

ACC: 15-1, Regular Season Champion 

Postseason: NCAA Champion. NCAA East Region #1 Seed 

Rankings: AP No. 4, USA Today/ESPN No. 1 




TEAM ROSTER 



No. Name 


Yr. 


Pos. Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


t Byron Mouton 


Sr. 


G/F 6^ 


215 


Rayne, La, 


3 Juan Dixon 


Sr. 


G 6-3 


164 


Baltimore, Md, 


4 Earl Badu 


Sr. 


G 6-0 


160 


Baltimore, Md. 


5 Calvin McCall 


Jr. 


G 6-3 


200 


Ortando. Fla. 


10 Andre Collins 


Fr 


G 5-9 


180 


Cnsfield, Md. 


12 Drew Nicholas 


Jr. 


G 6-3 


160 


Hempstead, N.Y. 


21 Mike Grinnon 


Fr. 


F 6-6 


195 


Huntington, N.Y 


25 Steve Blake 


Jr. 


G 6-3 


160 


Miami Lakes, Fla. 


33 Ryan Randle 


Jr. 


F 6-9 


245 


)uncanville, Texas 


35 Lonny Baxter 


Sr. 


f;c 6-8 


260 


Silver Spnng, Md 


45 Tahi Holden 


Jr 


F 6-10 


247 


Red Bank, N J 


54 Chris Wilcox 


So. 


F/C 6-10 


220 


Whiteville. N.C, 


Head Coach: Gary Williams 


Assistant Coaches 


Dave Dickers 
all Operatioris 


Dn. Jimmy 


Patsos.MattKovarik 


Director of Basketb 


: Troy Wainvmqht 




Trainer; J J Bush 








Strength & Conditioning Coach: 


KurtisShultz 




SEASON STATISTICS 

Name GP FG% FT% Reb.-Avg. 


Asst. Pts.-Avg. 


Juan Dixon 


36-36 .469 


.898 


1664,6 


104 735-20,4 


Lonny Baxter 


35-35 .545 


.623 


288-8,2 


28 533-15,2 


Chns Wilcox 


36-26 .504 


,585 


257-7,1 


53 432-12,0 


Byron Mouton 


36-35 .469 


.767 


180-5,0 


74 401-11,1 


Steve Blake 


36-36 .382 


.824 


137-3,8 


286 287-6,0 


Drew Nicholas 


36-1 .477 


.803 


81-2,3 


88 255-71 


Tahj Holden 


36-11 .453 


,836 


96-2,7 


42 202-5,6 


Ryan Randle 


34-0 .524 


.563 


106-3,1 


5 129-3,8 


Andre Collins 


22-0 .667 


.778 


12-0.5 


19 48-2,2 


Calvin McCall 


19-0 .526 


.500 


15-0.8 


2 27-1,4 


Mike Gnnnon 


16^ .286 


1.000 


5^).3 


4 7-0,4 


Eari Badu 


12-0 .500 


,000 


3-0,3 


9 4-0,3 


Maryland Totals 


36 .482 


.726 1479-41,1 


714 3060-85,0 


Opponent Totals 


36 .399 


.681 1347-37.4 


489 2552-70.9 



ACC TOURNAMENT 

Quarterfinals — defeated Flonda Slate, 85-59 
Semifinals - lost to NC State, 86-82 

NCAA TOURNAMENT 

East Region First Round — defeated Siena. 85-70 
East Region Second Round — defeated Wisconsin, 87-57 
East Region Semifinal — defeated Kentucky, 78-68 
East Region Final — defeated Connecticut, 90-82 
National Semifinal — defeated Kansas, 97-88 
National Championship — defeated Indiana, 64-52 



2002-03 

Record: 2M0 H: 14-2 A: 4-4 N: 3-4 
ACC: 11-5, T-2nd place 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings: AP No. 17, USA Today/ESPN No. 10 



2003-04 

Record: 20-12 H:124 A: 4-5 N:4-3 
ACC: 7-9, 6th place, ACC Toumament champion 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round 
Rankings: AP No. 19, USA Today/ESPN No. 24 




TEAM ROSTER 

No. Name Yr. Pos. Ht. Wt. HometowtL 

1 Jamar Smith 



Jr. F;C 6-9 239 Sicklerville, N.J, 



2 Andre Collins 




So, 


G 5-9 


160 


Cnsfield, Md, 


4 Travis Gamsor 




So, 


F/C 6-8 


234 


Suitland. Md. 


5 Calvin McCall 




Sr, 


G 6-3 


210 


Ortando, Fla 


11 John Gilchnst 




Fr. 


G 6-3 


190 


Virginia B 
Hempste 


each, Va 


12 Drew Nicholas 




Sr. 


G 6-3 


165 


3d, N,Y 


13 Chns McCray 




Fr. 


G 6-4 


166 


Capital Heights, Md. 


20 Darien Henry 




So. 


F 6-6 


202 


Roxbury, 


N,J, 


21 Mike Gnnnon 




So. 


F 6-6 


198 


Huntington, N,Y 


22 Nik Caner-Medley 


Fr. 


F 6-8 


220 


Portland, Maine 


25 Steve Blake 




Sr 


G 6-3 


172 


Miami La 
Duncanv 


kes, Fla 


33 Ryan Randle 




Sr 


F/C 6-9 


245 


le, Texas 


45 Tahj Holden 




Sr. 


F/C 6-10 


270 


Red Bank, N,J. 


Head Coach: Gary Williams 


Assistant Coaches: Dave Dickerson, Jimmy 


Patsos. Matt Kovarik 


SEASON STATISTICS 

Name GP FG7. FT% Reb.-Avg, Asst, 


Pts.-Avg 


Drew Nicholas 


31-31 


.440 


,852 


119-3.8 


83 


552-17,8 


Ryan Randle 


31-31 


.496 


,611 


224-7.2 


26 


395-12.7 


Steve Blake 


31-31 


.415 


,819 


114-3.7 


221 


360-11.6 


Tahj Holden 


30-25 


.407 


.711 


1324.4 


53 


260-8.7 


Nik Caner-Medley 


31-18 


.536 


.581 


110-3.5 


30 


260-8.7 


Jamar Smith 


300 


.481 


,545 


118-3.9 


9 


176-5.9 


Calvin McCall 


29-13 


.465 


,733 


98-3.4 


44 


1404.8 


John Gilchnst 


31-0 


.588 


,688 


65-2,1 


52 


1424.6 


Travis Garhson 


30-6 


.469 


,684 


93-3,1 


15 


1194.0 


Chris McCray 


24-0 


.431 


,652 


38-1,6 


18 


75-3,1 


Andre Collins 


19-0 


.516 


,500 


7-0,4 


17 


41-2,2 


Mike Gnnnon 


11-0 


.455 


,667 


10-0,9 


3 


18-1,6 


Danen Henry 


9-0 


,500 


,500 


8-0,9 


2 


11-1,2 


Maryland Totals 


31 


.464 


.713 124140.0 


573 


2472-79,7 


Opponent Totals 


31 


.378 


.700 1156-37.3 


399 


2069-66.7 



ACC TOURNAMENT 

Quarterfinals - lost to North Carolina, 84-72 

NCAA TOURNAMENT 

South Region First Round —defeated UNC Wilmington, 75-73 
South Region Second Round —defeated Xavier, 77-64 
South Region Semifinals —lost to Michigan State, 60-58 



TEAM ROSTER 



No, Name 



Yr. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown 



1 


Jamar Smith 


Sr, 


F/C 


6-9 


239 Sicklerville. N.J. 


4 


Travis Gamson 


So, 


F 


6-8 


236 Suitland, Md 


5 


D.J, Strawbeny 


Fr 


G 


6-5 


183 Corona, Calif, 


11 


John Gilchrist 


So, 


G 


6-3 


199 Virginia Beach. Va, 


13 


Chris McCray 


So, 


G 


6-5 


180 Capitol Heights, Md. 


20 


Darien Heniy 


Jr. 


F 


6-6 


204 Roxbury.NJ, 


21 


Mike Grinnon 


Jr 


F 


6-6 


211 Huntington, N,Y 


22 


Nik Caner-Medley 


So. 


F 


6-8 


233 Poniand, Maine 


23 


Mike Jones 


Fr. 


G 


6-5 


196 Dorchester, Mass. 


25 


Ekene Ibekwe 


Fr. 


F 


6-9 


211 Carson, Calif, 


31 


Will Bowers 


Fr. 


C 


7-1 


245 Hanover, Md 



44 Hassan Fofana 



Fr. F/C 6-10 290 Weston. Mass, 



Head Coach: Gary Willi ams 



Assistant Coaches: Dav e Dickerson, Jimmy Patsos, Matt Kovarik 

SEASON STATISTICS 



Name 


GP 


FG% 


FT% 


Reb-Avq, 


Asst, 


Rs,-Avg, 


John Gilchrist 


32-30 


474 


.702 


1444.5 


159 


492-15.4 


Jamar Smith 


32-32 


,421 


,472 


283-8,8 


39 


418-13.1 


NikCarier-Medley 


32-32 


,433 


.657 


1514,7 


55 


389-12.2 


Chris McCray 


32-30 


,444 


,822 


122-3.8 


90 


352-11.0 


Travis Garrison 


32-25 


,414 


.729 


165-5.2 


21 


251-7.8 


D.J. Strawberry 


31-3 


,489 


.526 


87-2.8 


41 


192-6.2 


Ekene Ibekwe 


32-7 


,504 


.516 


124-3.9 


10 


1574.9 


Mike Jones 


30-0 


.391 


.761 


56-1.9 


15 


1464.9 


Hassan Fofana 


28-0 


.326 


.440 


47-1.7 


2 


39-1.4 


Will Bowers 


190 


.308 


.615 


22-1.2 


4 


16-0,8 


Andre Collins 


6-1 


.467 


.000 


7-1.2 


10 


15-2,5 


Mike Gnnnon 


11-0 


.333 


,667 


11-1.0 


5 


6-0,5 


Danen Henry 


9-0 


500 


000 


2-0,2 





4-0,4 


Maryland Totals 


32 


.441 


.631 


132241.3 


451 


2477-77.4 


Opponent Totals 


32 


.405 


.720 


1233-38.5 


409 


2308-72.1 



ACC TOURNAMENT 

Quarterfinals - defeated Wake Forest, 87-86 
Semifinals - defeated NC State, 85-82 
Championship - defeated Duke, 95-87 (OT) 

NCAA TOURNAMENT 

Denver Region First Round - defeated UTER 86-83 
Denver Region Second Round - lost to Syracuse, 72-70 



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HONORED JERSEYS 

BOSEY 



ALL-AMERICA 
1931 •1932 



ALL-AMERICA 
1953*1954 



Maryland athletics honors the jersey numbers of 1 5 Terrapin greats. Along with 
the coach of the 2002 national champions, each is honored with a banner hung 
from the rafters of Comcast Center. 

TOM 

McMILLEN 

ALL-AMERICA 
1972 •1973 •1974 




6-2, FORWARD 
FORT MYER, VA. 
PLAYED: 1929-32 




Louis "Bosey" Berger was regarded as one of the greatest athletes 
in the history of Maryland athletics ... a two-time All-Amenca selection 
and a consensus pick in 1932... his selection is considered a great feat 
because Maryland was an agncullural school at the time and not among 
the athletic giants ... considered one of the best all-around players of his 
time .. led Maryland to the 1931 Southern Conference championship, 
averaging a conference-high 1 9 1 points over the nine-game conference 
season ... also played baseball and signed a professional contract with 
the Cleveland Indians upon graduation ... played in the major leagues 
for six years, with the Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox and Boston 
Red Sox ... left baseball with a .236 lifetime average. 



6-2, FORWARD 
BALTIMORE, MD. 
PLAYED: 1952-54 




Terps' first high profile basketball star ... earned Converse and Helms 
Foundation All-America honors as a senior while averaging 21 .8 points 
a game ... scored 654 points in 1953 .. scored 40 points against Wake 
Forest in the 1953 Southern Conference tournament and selected as 
the tournament MVP ... school record-holder in career sconng until 1 974 
... was the third overall player selected in the 1954 NBA Draft by the 
Philadelphia Wamors . . was All-Pro twice and a five-time NBAAII-Star 
dunng his 10-year NBA career with the Warnors, New York Knicker- 
bockers, Ft. Wayne/Detroit Pistons and Baltimore Bullets ... enjoyed 
a successful career as a head coach in the NBA with the Washington 
Bullets, Philadelphia 76ers, San Diego and Los Angeles Clippers ... was 
twice named as the NBA Coach of the Year .. . was general manager of 
the Philadelphia 76ers. 

SHUE'S CAREER STATISTICS 

YEAR GP F GM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. AST REB PTS-Avg. 



1951-52 


21 


_ 


_ 


_ _ _ 


_ 


224-10.6 


1952-53 


23 


176-375 


469 


156-223 .700 - 


_ 


508-221 


1953-54 


30 


237-469 


.505 


180-228 .789 - 


_ 


654-21.8 


Career 


74 


- 


- 


_ _ _ 


_ 


1386-18,7 



6-11, FORWARD 
MANSFIELD, PA. 
PLAYED: 1972-74 




Averaged 20.5 points and 9 8 rebounds dunng his three-year career 
was selected as a three-time All-Amencan and a three-time Academic 
All-Amencan ... one of only three Terps to average more than 20 points per 
game in successive seasons and is one of two players in school history with 
a career sconng average over 20 points per game ... led Maryland to the 
1972 National Invitation Tournament championship, earning tournament 
MVP honors ... earned a silver medal for the United States in the 1972 
Olympic Games ... played in the NBA for 1 1 seasons with Buffalo, Atlanta, 
New York and Washington ... put his professional basketball career on hold 
one year directly out of college in order to fulfill his Rhodes Scholarship 
obligations by studying for a year at Oxford ... was elected to the U.S. 
Congress from Maryland's 4th distnd in 1986 ... served as Co-Chair of 
the President's Commission on Physical Fitness. 

MCMILLEN'S CAREER STATISTICS 

YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT, AST REB PTS-A vg. 



1971-72 


32 


235428 


,549 


197-241 


817 


33 


306-9,6 


667-208 


1972-73 


29 


250-127 


.585 


116-145 


.800 


28 


284-98 


616-212 


1973-74 


27 


214-404 


.530 


96-126 


762 


41 


269-10.0 


524-194 


Career 


88 


699-1259 


,555 


409-512 


.799 


102 


859-9.8 


1807-20.5 



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ELMORE 

ALL-AMERICA 
1974 




6-9, CENTER 

SPRINGFIELD GARDENS, N.Y. 
PLAYED: 1972-74 




The best rebounder in Maryland history and one of the nation's best 
ever , , , rebounding prowess earned a spot on most 1 974 All-America 
squads along with offensive-minded teammates Tom McMillen and 
John Lucas ... only player in Maryland history with more than 1,000 
career rebounds (1,053) .412 rebounds and 14.7 average in 1974 
are school records ... career rebounding average of 1 2,2 rebounds a 
game is also the Maryland record ... three-time AII-ACC selection ... 
Maryland MVP in 1 973 and its Outstanding Senior in 1 974 .. . drafted 
in the first round of the 1974 NBA Draft by the Washington Bullets, 
but chose to sign with the Indiana Pacers of the American Basketball 
Association ... spent 10 seasons in the NBA and ABA with the Pac- 
ers, Kansas City Kings, Milwaukee Bucks, New Jersey Nets and 
New York Knicks ... upon leaving professional basketball, enrolled 
in Harvard Law school and graduated in 1987 ... the first former pro 
basketball player to graduate from the prestigious law school. 



ELMORE'S CAREER STATISTICS 

YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT FTM-FTA PCT AST RE B PTS-Avg. 

1971-72 32 126-273 .462 95-126 .754 " 37 351-1^0 347-10. 



1972-73 


26 


112-239 


.469 


37-61 .607 


35 290-11.2 


261-10.0 


1973-74 


28 


170-324 


.525 


69-91 .758 


48 412-14.7 


409-14.6 


Career 


86 


4«8-836 


.488 


201-278 .723 


120 1053-12.2 


1017-11.8 



JOHN 
LUCAS 

ALL-AMERICA 
1974*1975 



ALBERT 




15 



6-4, GUARD 
DURHAM, N.C. 
PLAYED: 1973-76 




Three-time All-Amenca selection who is considered by many as the 
greatest guard in the history of the Terps' program ... first Maryland 
player to earn first team AII-ACC honors in three straight seasons ... 
the No. 5 all-time Maryland scorer with 2,015 points ... No. 4 on the 
school's all-time assists list ... the Terps finished ranked No. 8 (1973), 
No. 4 (1974), and No. 5 (1975) in the final Associated Press polls 
with Lucas as their point guard ... was also a collegiate Ail-American 
in tennis, a sport in which he was a two-time ACC singles champion 
and eamed that same honor in doubles play ... No. 1 selection in 
the 1976 NBA college draft . . played 14 seasons in the NBA with 
the Rockets, Golden State Warriors, Washington Bullets, San 
Antonio Spurs, Milwaukee Bucks and Seattle SuperSonics ... after 
his playing days ended, he was the head coach of the San Antonio 
Spurs and Philadelphia 76ers, and was named as head coach of 
the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2001 . 

LUCAS' CAREER STATISTICS 

^ YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT FTM-FT A PCT. AST R EB PTS-Ayg^ 



1972-73 


JU 


190-353 


iie 


45-64 


./03 


1/B 


83-2 8 


425-142 


1973-74 


28 


253495 


.511 


58-77 


.753 


159 


82-29 


564-201 


1974-75 


24 


186-339 


.549 


97-116 


.836 


91 


1004.2 


469-195 


1975-76 


28 


233456 


.511 


91-117 


.778 


86 


109-39 


557-19.9 


Career 


110 


862-1643 


.518 


291-374 


.778 


514 


374-3.4 


2015-18.3 



ALL-AMERICA 
1980* 1981 





6-7, FORWARD 
BROOKLYN, N.Y. 
PLAYED: 1978-81 




One of the most prolific scorers in school history. King is one of only a 
handful of players to average in double figures during each of his four 
seasons ... ranks as the No. 3 all-time Maryland scorer with 2,058 
career points ... his career scoring average of 1 7.4 points per game 
is the sixth-best in school history ... 38 points vs. Clemson in 1980 
is a Maryland record in ACC Toumament games ... shared the 1981 
team MVP Award with Buck Williams after winning the award outright 
in 1980 ... was the ACC Player of the Year in 1980 and a Prst team 
AII-ACC selection again in 1981 ... came to Maryland regarded as 
the nation's top high school recruit, having averaged 38.6 points 
and 22 rebounds as a high school senior ... picked in the first round, 
the 10th selection overall, of the 1981 NBA college draft by the New 
Jersey Nets ... spent nine NBA seasons with the Nets, 76ers, San 
Antonio Spurs and Washington Bullets ... his brother, Bernard, is 
also a former NBA star and league scoring champion. 



KING'S CAREER STATISTICS 

YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT FTM-FTA PCI AST REB 


PTS-Avg. 


1977-78 28 


164-327 .502 53-82 .646 64 


187-6.7 


381-13.6 


1978-79 28 


191-387 .494 62-81 .765 62 


144-5.1 


444-15.9 


1979-80 31 


275497 .553 124-151 .821 86 


207-6.7 


674-21.7 


1980-61 31 


232462 .502 95-117 .812 92 


177-57 


559-18.0 


Career 118 


862-1673 .515 334-431 .766 304 


715-6.1 


2058-17.4 



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WILLIAMS 

ALL-AMERICA 
1981 



LEN 
BIAS 

ALL-AMERICA 
1985*1986 



WALT 
WILLIAMS 

ALL-AMERICA 
1992 




6-8, CENTER/FORWARD 
ROCKY MOUNT, N.C. 
PLAYED: 1979-81 




An outstanding scorer and extraordinary rebounder, Williams 
earned All-America honors following his junior season ... entered 
the NBA following his junior season ,. averaged 15.6 points and 
11.7 rebounds a game as a junior ... he is the No. 4 rebounder in 
Maryland history with 928 career rebounds ... career average of 
10.9 rebounds a game is second-best in school history ... averaged 
double-figure scoring in each of his three seasons while registering 
the school's best-ever career field goal shooting percentage -61.5 
percent .. led the ACC in rebounding as a freshman in 1978-79, 
was third in 1979-80 and second dunng the 1980-81 season ... a 
member of the 1980 U.S. Olympic team that did not compete in 
the Moscow Olympic Games ... applied for a hardship waiver into 
the NBA college draft in 1981 and was selected as the No. 3 player 
overall by the New Jersey Nets ... named as the NBA Rookie of 
the Year in 1982 ... played 18 seasons in the NBA with the Nets, 
Portland Trail Blazer? and the New York Knicks. 

WILLIAMS' CAREER STATISTICS 

YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. AST RE B PTS-AvB. 

1976-79 30 12 0-206 "'".563 60-109 550 18 323-10.6 30O-10.0 



6-8, FORWARD 
LANDOVER, MD. 
PLAYED: 1983-86 




Unanimous choice on almost every All-America squad following his 
senior season ... he was a third-team All-America selection in 1985, 
as a junior ... only Terp ever to be named the ACC Player of the Year 
twice (in 1 985 and 1 986) . .. Bias is the Terps' second all-time leading 
scorer with 2,149 career points ... he holds two of the school's top 
four single-season marks ... led the ACC in sconng two straight 
years ... his best scoring perfomiance, 41 points at Duke in 1986, 
ranks as the third-best single-game perfomiance in school history 
and is the top performance by a Terp in a road game ... is No. 9 
on the Maryland career rebounding list with 745 total rebounds ... 
is No. 9 on the school's career shot-blocked list with 87 ... he was 
the No. 2 pick overall in the 1986 National Basketball Association 
college draft, taken by the Boston Celtics. 



BIAS' CAREER STATISTICS 

YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-nA PCT. AST REB 



PTS-Avg. 



197MO 


24 


143-236 


.606 


85-126 


664 


27 


242-10.1 


371-15.5 


19e(W1 


31 


183-283 


.647 


116-182 


637 


31 


363-11,7 


482-15.5 


Career 


85 


44S-725 


.615 


261-419 


.623 


76 


928-10J 


1153-13,6 



1962-63 


30 


86-180 


478 


42-66 


636 


22 


1254.2 


217-7.2 


1983-84 


32 


211-372 


.567 


66-66 


.767 


48 


1454,5 


488-15,2 


1984-85 


37 


274-519 


528 


153-197 


.777 


65 


251-6.8 


701-16.9 


1985« 


32 


267^91 


544 


209-242 


.864 


33 


224-7,0 


743-23.2 


Career 


131 


838-1,562 


.536 


470-591 


.795 


168 


745-5.7 


2149-16,4 



6-8, FORWARD/GUARD 
TEMPLE HILLS, MD. 
PLAYED: 1989-92 




One of the most versatile players in the history of the program 
played for the Terps for four seasons despite the opportunity to 
turn professional early, or transfer to another school because of 
the Terps' NCAA sanctions ,,. his loyalty to Maryland was one of 
the key reasons why Maryland was able to field competitive teams 
dunng that penod ... broke season records with 776 points and a 
26.8 average as a senior ... recorded a nation's best seven-game 
streak of 30 points or more as a senior ... finalist for the Wooden 
and Naismith Player of the Year awards as a senior ... closed his 
career as the school's No. 11 all-time scorer with 1,704 points ... 
totaled 11 games with 30 or more points during his senior season 
and had 14 such games during his career ... scored a career-high 
of 39 points versus Wake Forest in 1992 ... drafted by the Sacra- 
mento Kings in the first round of the NBA college draft, the 7th pick 
overall ... has played for Miami, Toronto, Portland, Houston and 
Dallas in the NBA, 

WILLIAMS' CAREER STATISTICS 

YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT FTM-FTA PCT. AST REB PTS-Avg, 



1988-69 


26 


75-170 


,441 


33-53 


.623 


66 


92-3,5 


190-73 


1989-90 


33 


143-296 


483 


104-134 


.776 


149 


1384.2 


420-12,7 


1990-91 


17 


109-243 


.449 


72-66 


.837 


91 


86-5.1 


318-18.7 




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JOE 
SMITH 

ALL-AMERICA 
1994*1995 



BOOTH 

ALL-AMERICA 
1997 



STEVE 
FRANCIS 

ALL-AMERICA 
1999 




6-10, FORWARD/CENTER 
NORFOLK, VA. 
PLAYED: 1994-95 




The consensus selection as the 1995 National Collegiate Player of 
the Year . ., earned six National Player of the Year selections overall 
... was named the Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year 
and UPI third team Ali-American as a freshman ... he became one 
of only three sophomores in the history of the conference to earn 
player of the year honors, joining only NC Stale's David Thompson 
and Virginia's Ralph Sampson ... an AII-ACC first-team selection 
in both his freshman and sophomore seasons ,,, averaged 20.8 
points and 10.7 rebounds as a sophomore ... averaged 20.1 points 
and 10.7 rebounds for his 64-game career — he is one of only five 
players in school history to average a double/double for his entire 
career ... the No. 1 overall selection in the 1995 NBA Draft by the 
Golden State Warriors ... currently a member of the Minnesota 
Timberwolves. 

SMITH'S CAREER STATISTICS 

YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCI FTM-FA PCT. AST R EB PTS-Avg. 

l»3-94 30 206-395 ,522 168-229 734 25 321-10.7 582-19.4 



6-6, FORWARD 
BALTIMORE, MD. 
PLAYED: 1994-97 



6-3, GUARD 
TAKOMA PARK, MD. 
PLAYED: 1999 





first-team selection his senior season, 1997 , received two votes 
in the ACC Player-of-the Year voting - the only player besides Wake 
Forest's Tim Duncan to receive voting consideration ... a four-time 
AII-ACC honoree, he eamed first team honors as a senior, third team 
as a junior, and honorable mention designation during his freshman 
and sophomore seasons ... played on four NCAA Toumament teams 
... school's record holder with 576 career free throws ... grabbed a 
career-high and school-record 213 free throws made as a senior 
.,. a first round selection of the Chicago Bulls in the 1997 NBA 
Draft ... became only the second player in school history to play 
for an NBA Worid Championship team as ttie Bulls won tlie 1998 
NBA championship. 

BOOTH'S CAREER STATISTICS 

YEAR GP F GM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. AST REB PTS-Avg. 



1994-95 


34 


24M24 


,578 209-282 .741 


40 


362-10,7 


708-20.8 


Career 


6i 


451419 


.550 377-511 .737 


65 


683-10.7 


1290-20.1 



1993-94 


30 


113-249 


454 


87-149 


584 


65 


183-61 


324-108 


1994-95 


34 


126-277 


,455 


114-164 


.695 


76 


247-73 


369-109 


1995-96 


30 


145-326 


,442 


162-214 


.757 


73 


233-7,8 


459-15,3 


1996-97 


32 


205437 


.469 


213-297 


.717 


82 


253-7,9 


624-19.5 


Career 


126 


589-1,291 


.456 


576424 


.699 


296 


916-7.3 


1776-14.1 



A second team All-America selection following his outstanding junior 
season at Maryland . . . AII-ACC first team and ACC All-Toumament 
first team selection . . . finished fourth in the balloting for ACC Player 
of the Year in 1 999 .. . named the Division I newcomer of the year 
and a first team All-Amencan by Sports Illustrated ... finalist for the 
Naismith and Wooden awards as the collegiate player of the year 
.. All-America second-team by Eastern Basketball ... AII-ACC 
defensive team by trie ACC coaches . . . eamed Most Valuable Player 
honors at the BB&T Classic in Washington, DC, as he helped 
lead Maryland past No. 5 Stanford and NIT participant DePaul ... 
selected to the all-toumament team at the Puerto Rico Shootout ... 
selected by the Vancouver Grizzlies as the second overall pick in 
the first round of the 1 999 NBA Draft and later traded to the Houston 
Rockets ... named NBA Co-Rookie of the Year in 2000 and voted to 
the NBAAII-Star Game in 2002. 

FRANCIS' CAREER STATISTICS 

YEAR GP FGM-^GA PCT^ FTM-FTA PCT AST REB PTS-A vg. 

1998-99 34 " 205-392 "' .523 124-157 .790 152 ' 1544.5 579-17.0 



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JUAN 
DIXON 

ALL-AMERICA 
2001 • 2002 



LONNY 
BAXTER 

ALL-AMERICA 
2002 



STEVE 
BLAKE 



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6-3, GUARD 
BALTIMORE, MD. 
PLAYED: 1999-2002 




(ts first NCAA title . consensus All-Amencan as a senior, earning ACC Player 
of ttie Year and NCAA Final Four I^VP honors in 2002 ., led Maryland to 
consecutive Final Four appearances, and became UM's all-time sconng champ 
with 2.269 points . third in voting foe the 2002 Wooden Award , winner of the 
Chip Hilton Award and Senior CLASS Award ... only Terp besides John Lucas 
to be named first team AII-ACC in three straight seasons .. ended college 
career as the only player in NCAA history with 2.000 points, 300 steals and 
200 Ihreefanlers . . 9th in NCAA Tournament history in sconng fof a career 
(294) and singte toumament (155 in 2002) ... the winningest Terp ever with 
1 10 victones, and never fouled out in 141 career games . second in [Maryland 
and ACC history, and 12th in NCAA history, with 333 career steals ..scored m 
double digits in 54 straight games to end his career, the second longest streak 
in Terp history . pined Lonny Baxter to become the highest-sconng tandem 
(4.1 27 points) in NCAA history to win a national championship . selected 1 7lh 
overall by the Washington Wizards in the 2002 NBA draft. 

DIXON'S CAREER STATISTICS 

YEAR GP FG M-FGA PCT. FTM-nA PCI A ST REB PTS-Avg. 



1998-99 


34 


85-192 


.443 


44-53 


.830 


47 


88-26 


250-7 4 


I999O0 


35 


234-506 


.462 


113-143 


.790 


127 


192-55 


630-18.0 


200M1 


34 


235508 


.463 


128-148 


.865 


93 


1584.6 


684-20.1 


2001-02 


36 


251-535 


.469 


141-157 


.898 


104 


1664.6 


735-20.4 


Career 


141 


802-1713 


.468 


426-501 


.850 


371 


S9M2 


2269-16.1 



6-8, FORWARD/CENTER 
SILVER SPRING, MD. 
PLAYED: 1999-2002 




A powerful bruiser with excellent hands and touch around the basisel 
helped him become just the 10th player in NCAA history to eam NCAA 
Regional I^VP honors in consecutive seasons , . . member of the Wooden 
Award All-Amenca Team in 2002 while helping lead the Terps to their first 
national championship ... guided Maryland to Final Four appearances in 
2001 and 2002 ... shares the Maryland record for most starts in a career 
in (he NCAA toumameni (1 6) . finished his career as Maryland's second- 
leading rebounder and sixth-leading scorer of all-tme ... two rebounds shy 
of becoming the second player in school history with 1 .000 rebounds .two 
rebounds shy of becoming the first player in Maryland history with 1 .500 
points and 1.000 rebounds . three-time AII-ACC recipient, earning first 
team honors in 2000, and second team accolades as a junior and senior 
... combined with Juan Dixon to be the highesl-sconng tandem (4,127 
points) in NCAA history to win a national championship .. with Dixon, 
joined Len Elmore and Tom McMillen (1974) as the only other pair of first 
team All-Amencans on the same team in Maryland history . . selected with 
the 44th pick of the 2002 NBA draft by the Chicago Bulls 

BAXTER'S CAREER STATISTICS 

YEAR GP FGM -FGA PCT FTM-FTA PCT AST REB PTS-Ava. 



1998-99 


32 


82-137 


599 


51-89 


573 


18 


116-3.6 


217-68 


1999« 


35 


218409 


.533 


111-187 


594 


31 


30M.8 


547-15,6 


200(KI1 


36 


219-387 


.566 


122-206 


592 


19 


286-7.9 


561-15.6 


2001-02 


35 


193-354 


.545 


147-236 


.623 


28 


288^.2 


533-152 


Career 


138 


712-1287 


.553 


431-718 


.600 


96 


998-7.2 


1858-13.5 



6-3, GUARD 
MIAMI LAKES, FLA. 
PLAYED: 2000-03 




finished his career as Maryland's all-time leader in assists, games started anc 
minutes played ... finished his career fifth on the NCAA's all-time assists cha^- 
with 972 and fourth in ACC career assists behind Bobby Hurley 1 1 .0761. Chn; 
Corchiani (1.038) and Ed Cola (1.030) ... AP Honorable Mention All-Amenc:-. 
selecton and first team AII-ACC choice as a senior .. a semifinalisl for tht 
Wooden Award and Naismith Natonal Player of the Year Award .. led thf 
ACC in assists as a sophomore, junior and senior ... the only player in ACC 
history with 1,000 points, 800 assists, 400 rebounds and 200 steals .. loinec 
UNC's Ed Cola as just the second player in ACC history with 1 ,000 poinls 
800 assists and 400 rebounds .. . played every game of his four-year caree 
which included three Sweet Sixteen appearances, two tnps to the Final Fou' 
a national tUe and 1 5 NCAA Toumameni games .. Maryland was 1 03-35 wil^ 
Blake as its point guart overall, 13-3 in the NCAA Toumameni . . conlnbutec 
in 51 career ACC victones ... 4,312 minutes played more than any player i- 
Maryland history ... selected in the second round of the 2003 NBA Draft b. 
the Washington Wizards. 



BLAKE'S CAREER STATISTICS 

YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT FTM-FTA PCT AST REB 


PTS-Avg 


t99W)0 35 86-211 408 


35-51 .686 217 106-3.0 


244-7 


2000-01 36 83-208 ,399 
2001-02 36 91-238 382 


45*3 .714 248 108-3.0 
61-74 .824 286 137-3.8 


24869 
287-8.0 


2002-03 31114-275 .415 68-83 


.819 221114-37 360-11.6 




TOTAL 138 374-932 .401 


209-271 .771 973 465-34 


113*8,3 




AWARD WINNERS 



27 SPORTS 



NATIONAL HONORS 

NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR 

Player Year Selection Board or Pariel 


Joe Smith 


1995 


AP, UPI, Naismith 1 


NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR 

Coach Year Selection Board or Panel 


Gary Williams 


2001 


Playboy 


Gary Williams 


2002 


Basketball America 




2002 


CBSSportsline.com 




2002 


Winged Foot Award (New York Athletic Club) 




2002 


Victor Award (Nat'l Academy of Sports Editors) 


ALL-AMERICANS 

Player Year Selection Board or Panel 


Louis Berqer 


1931 


HF 




1932* 


CV-1stTeam,HF 


Gene Shue 


1953 


CV-2ndTeam 




1954 


CV-2ndTeam,HF 


Tom McMillan 


1972 


CV-2nd Team, AP-3rd Team, UPI-3rd Team 




1973 


CV-lst Team, NABC-2nd Team, UPI-2nd Team, AP-3rd Team 




1974 


CV-lst Team, NABC-2nd Team, UPI-2nd Team, AP-3rd Team 


Len Elmore 


1974 


CV-lst Team, BW-lst Team, AP-2nd Team, NABC-2nd Team, UPI-2nd Team 


John Lucas 


1974 


AP-2nd Team, CV-2nd Team, NABC-3rd Team 




1975* 


CV-lst Team, NABC-1st Team, UPI-1st Team, BW-lst Team, AP-2nd Team 




1976* 


AP-1stTaam, CV-lst Team, UPl-lstTeam, BW-1stTeam 


Albert Kinq 


1980 


AP-1st Team, CV-2nd Team, NABC-2nd Team, UPI-2nd Team 




1981 


UPI-2nd Team, NABC-3rd Team 


Buck Williams 


1981 


CV-2ndTeam 


Len Bias 


1985 


AP-2nd Team, BW-2nd Team, NABC-2nd Team 




1986* 


AP-lstTeam, NABC-lstTeam, UPl-lstTeam, BW-lst Team 


Walt Williams 


1992 


AP-2nd Team, UPI-2nd Team, BW-2nd Team 


Joe Smith 


1994 


UPI-3rdTeam 




1995* 


AP-lst Team, NABC-lst Team, UPl-lst Team, BW-lst Team 


Keith Booth 


1997 


AP-3rd Team, NABC-3rd Team 


Steve Francis 


1999 


BW-2nd Team, AP-2nd Team, NABC-2nd Team, TSN-2nd Team 


Juan Dixon 


2001 


BW-3rd Team, NABC-3rd Team 




2002* 


AP-lst Team, NABC-lst Team, BW-lst Team, TSN-lst Team, WD-lst Team 


Lonny Baxter 


2002 


WD-1stTeam 


ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS 

Player Year Selection Board or Panel 


Tom McMillan 


1972 


GTE/CoSIDA-1stTeam 


Tom McMillan 


1973 


GTeCoSIDA-lstTeam 


Tom McMillan 


1974 


GTeCoSIDA-lstTeam 


Greg Manning 


1981 


GTE/CoSIDA-2nd Team 


Matt Roe 


1991 


GTBCoSIDA-lstTeam 


' Consensus Ail-Americans are detannined by first team selections on a majority of major All-America teams 

AP-Associatad Press; NABC-Basketball Coaches; BT-Basketball Times; BW-Basketball Writers; CV-Converse; HF-Helms Founda- 
tion; TSN-The Sporting News; UPl-United Press International; WD-Wooden Award 



ACC 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman (2nd) 
Ben Coleman (2nd) 


HONORS 


1984-85 


Len Bias (1st) 
Adnan Branch (2nd) 


ACC PLAYER OF 


1985-86 


Len Bias (1st) 


THE YEAR 


1986-87 


Demck Lewis (2nd) 


1979-80 


Albert King 


1988-89 


Tony Massenburg (3nJ) 


1984-85 


Len Bias 




JerrodMuslaf(3rd) 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


1990-91 


Matt Roe (3rd) 


1994-95 


Joe Smith 


1991-92 


Walt Williams (1st) 


2001-02 


Juan Dixon 


1993-94 


Joe Smith (1sl) 
ExreeHipp(HM) 


ACC ROOKIE OF 




Johnny Rhodes (HM) 
Duane Simpkins (HM) 


THE YEAR 


1994-95 


Joe Smith (1st) 


1978-79 


Buck Williams 




Johnny Rhodes (3rd) 


1993-94 


Joe Smitti 




Keith Booth (MM) 
Exree Hipp (HM) 


ACC COACH OF 




Duane Simpkins (HM) 


THE YEAR 


1995-96 


Johnny Rhodes (2nd) 


1974-75 
1979-80 
1997-98 


Lefty Dnesell 
Lefty Dnesell 
Gary W/illiams 
(ACC Athlete Maga- 


1996-97 


Keith Booth (3rd) 
Exree Hipp (HM) 
Duane Simpkins (HM) 
Keith Booth |1sl) 
Laron Profit (HM) 


1999-00 


Gary Williams 
(College Hoops Illus- 
trated) 

Gary Williams 


1997-98 


Rodney Elliott (3rd) 
Laron Profit (3rd) 
Obinna Ekezie (HM) 


2001-02 


1998-99 


Steve Francis (1st) 
Terence Moms (2nd) 








Laron Profit (3rd) 


ALL-ACC 




Ten-ell Stokes (HM) 


SELECTIONS 


1999-00 


Lonny Baxter (1st) 


1953-54 


Gene Shue (1st) 




Juan Dixon (1st) 


1954-55 


BobKessler(2n(J) 




Terence Moms (2nd) 


1955-56 


BobKessler(2nd) 




Steve Blake (HM) 


1956-57 


Bob O'Bnen (2nd) 


2000-01 


Juan Oixon (1st) 


1957-58 


Nick Davis (2nd) 




Lonny Baxter (2nd) 




John Nacincik (2nd) 




Terence Morris (3rd) 


1958-59 


Charies McNeil (2nd) 




Steve Blake (HM) 


1959-60 


AIBunge(lst) 


2001-02 


Juan Dixon (1st) 




Bob McDonald (2nd) 




Lonny Baxter (2nd) 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald (2nd) 




Steve Blake (3rd) 


1962-63 


Jeny Greenspan (2nd) 




Chns Wilcox (3rd) 


1964-65 


Jay McMillan (2nd) 




Byron Mouton (HM) 


1965-66 


Gary Ward (2nd) 


2002-03 


Steve Blake (1st) 


1%8-69 


V«IIHetzel(2nd) 




Drew Nicholas (2nd) 


1969-70 


Will Hetzel (2nd) 




Ryan Randle (3rd) 


1970-71 


Jim O'Bnen (2nd) 


2003-04 


John Gilchnst (3rd) 


1971-72 


TomMcMillen(lst) 


2004-05 


NikCaner-Medley(3rd) 




Len Elmore (2nd) 




John Gilchnst (HM) 


1972-73 


TomMcMillen(tst) 
Len Elmore (2nd) 


2005-06 


NikCaner-Medley(3rd) 


1973-74 


Len Elmore (1st) 


ALL-ACC 




John Lucas (1st) 


TOURNAMENT 


1974-75 

1975-76 
1976-77 
1978-79 
1979-80 

1980-81 
1982-83 


John Lucas (1st) 
Owen Brown (2nd) 
Brad Davis (2nd) 
Maunce Howard (2nd) 
John Lucas (1st) 
Brad Davis (2nd) 
Larry Gibson (2nd) 
Albert King (1st) 
Greg Manning (2nd) 
Buck Williams (2nd) 
Alben King (2nd) 
Buck Williams (2nd) 
Adnan Branch (2nd) 


1954 
1956 
1957 
1958 

1961 
1962 
1965 

1972 


Gene Shue (1st) 
Bob Kessler (2nd) 
John Nacincik (2n()) 
Nick Davis (1st) 
Charies McNeil (1st) 
Al Bunge (2nd) 
Bill Stasiulatis (2nd) 
Jeny Greenspan (2nd) 
JayMcMillen(2nd) 
Gary Ward (2nd) 
Len Elmore (1st) 
TomMcMillen(lst) 
Jim O'Brien (2nd) 



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1973 


Tom McMillen (1st) 


2001-02 


Juan Dixon (3) 




John Lucas (1st) 


2002-03 


Sieve Blake 




Jim OBnen (2nci) 


2003-04 


JohnGilchnst(3) 


1974 


Tom McMillen (Isl) 
John Lucas (1st) 


2004-05 


John Gilchnsl (2) 




Maunce Howard (1st) 
Len Elmore (2nd) 


ACC ROOKIE OF 




0*en Brown (2nd) 


THE WEEK 


1975 


John Lucas (1st) 


1970-71 


Jim O'Bnen (2) 


1976 


Maunce Howard (2nd) 




Darrell Brown 




Steve Sheppard (2nd) 




Howard While 


1978 


Lawrence Boston (2nd) 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen (4) 




Lanv Gibson (2nd) 




Len Elmore 


1979 


Lany Gibson (2nd) 


1972-73 


John Lucas (2) 


1980 


Albert King (1st. MVP) 


1974-75 


Brad Davis (3) 




Greg Manning (Isl) 




Sieve Sheppard 




Ernest Graham (2nd) 


1975-76 


Larry Gibson 




Buck Williams (2nd) 




Lawrence Boston 


1981 


Albert King (1st) 


1976-77 


Bill Bryant (2) 




Buck Williams (1st) 




Mike Davis 




Ernest Graham {2nd) 




Jo Jo Hunter 


1984 


Len Bias (1st. MVP) 


1977-78 


Greg Manning (2) 




Ben (>jleman (1st) 




Albert King 




Adnan Branch (2nd) 


1978-79 


Buck Williams (3) 


1986 


Len Bias (1st) 


1981-82 


Adrian Branch (3) 


1988 


Keith Gatlin (2nd) 


1982-83 


Ben Coleman (2) 


1989 


TcinyMassenburg(lst) 


198M4 


Keith Gatlin 


1992 


Walt Williams (2nd) 


1984-85 


Demck Lewis (3) 


1995 


Exree Hipp (2nd) 


1985^6 


John Johnson 




Joe Smith (2nd) 


1986-87 


TeyonMcCoy(2) 


1996 


Keith Booth (2nd) 




Steve Hood 


1997 


Keith Booth (2nd) 


1987-88 


Bnan Williams (2) 


1998 


Rodney Elliott (2nd) 


1988-89 


JerrodMustaf(3) 


1999 


Steve Francis (1st) 


1990-91 


Garfield Smith 


20O0 


Lonny Baxter (1st) 


1992-93 


Exree Hipp (2) 




Juan Dixon (1st) 




Johnny Rhodes (2) 




Terence Moms (2nd) 


1993-94 


Joe Smith (6) 


2001 


Juan Dixon (1st) 


1999-00 


Tahj Holden 




Lonny Baxter (2nd) 


2003-04 


D,J Slrawbeny 


2002 


Steve Blake (2nd) 




Mike Jones 


2004 


John Gilchnsl (1st, MVP) 








Jamar Smith (1st) 


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umiif\DC 




Travis Garrison (2nd) 


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ALL-SOUTHERN 


ACC PLAYER 


CONFERENCE 


OF THE WEEK 


1930-31 


Bosey Berger 


1972-73 


Tom McMillen 




Ed Ronfen 




Jim O'Bnen 


1932-33 


Rufus Wncenl 


1973-74 


John Lucas 


1935-36 


Bemie Buscher 




Len Elmore 




Wc Willis 


1974-75 


Tom Roy (2) 


1937-38 


George Knepley 




John Lucas (2) 


1938-39 


George Knepley 


1975-76 


Steve Sheppard 




Eddie Johnson 




Maunce Howard 




George DeWilt 




John Lucas 


194445 


Jack Flynn 


1977-78 


Lawrence Boston 


1948-49 


Lee Brawley 


1978-79 


Emesl Graham 








Abert King 


ALL-SOUTHERN 




Greg Manning 


CONFERENCE 


1979-80 
1980-81 


Albert King (2) 
Greg Manning 
Abert King (2) 


TOURNAMENT 

1931 Bose, Berger 


1982-83 


Adnan Branch 




CU nUKRIII 




Herman Veal 


1939 


George Knepley 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman (2) 


1945 


Jack Flynn 




JeffAdkins 


1951 


Dick Koflenberger 




Adnan Branch 


1953 


Gene Shue (MVP) 


1984-85 


Len Bias 






1985-86 


Adnan Branch 
Len Bias (2) 
DemckLevre 


ACADEMIC 


1986-87 


HONORS 


1987-88 
1988-89 


Demck Lewis 
John Johnson 


PHI BETA KAPPA 


1989-90 


Tony Massenburg 


1978-79 


fcnc Shrader 


1991-92 


Wall Williams 






1992-93 


Kevin McLinton 


NCAA POST- 


1994-95 


Joe Smith (2) 


GRADUATE 


1995-96 


Johnny Rhodes 
Keith Booth 


SCHOLARSHIP 


1996-97 


Johnny Rhodes 
Ke«h Booth (2) 


1970 
1974 


Tom Milroy (alt) 
Tom McMillen 


1997-98 


Saninas Jasikeviaus 


1981 


Greg Manning 


1998-99 


Steve Francis (2) 
Laron Profit 


1991 


Matt Roe 


199900 


Lonny Baxter 
Juan Dixon (2) 
Terence Moms 






200001 


Lonny Baxter 
Juan Dixon (2) 







ALL-ACC 
ACADEMIC 

1966-67 Jay McMillen 

1968-69 Tom Milroy 

1971-72 Tom McMillen 

1972-73 Tom McMillen 

1973-74 Tom McMillen 

1976-77 Sieve Sheppanl 

Brian Magid 

1978-79 Greg Manning 

1979-80 Greg Manning 

1980-81 Greg Manning 

1983-84 Charies Dnesell 

1984-85 Charies Dnesell 

1990-91 Matt Roe 

1994-95 Kuttis ShulE 

1996-97 MatlKovarik 

1998-99 Mike Mardesich 

1999-00 Mike Mardesich 

2000-01 Mike Mardesich 

Byron Mouton 

SCHOLAR- 
ATHLETE 
AWARD 

1989-90 Matt Roe 

1990-91 Matt Roe 

1991-92 Vince Broadnax 

1992-93 KurtJsShullz 

1993-94 Kuttis Shultz 

1994-95 MatlRaydo 

1995-96 MattKovank 

1996-97 MattKovarik 

1997-98 MattKovarik 

1998-99 MattHahn 

1999-00 MatlHahn 

2000-01 Mike Mardesich 

2002-03 Mike Gnnnon 

2003-04 Mike Gnnnon 

2004-05 Mike Gnnnon 

2005-06 Dave Neal 

MARYLAND 

TEAM 

HONORS 

MOST VALUABLE 
PLAYER 

1969-70 RodHorsl 

1970-71 Barry Yates 

1971-72 Len Elmore 

1972-73 Tom McMillen 

1973-74 Tom McMillen 

1974-75 John Lucas 

1975-76 Maurice Howard 

1976-77 Lany Gibson 

1977-78 Lany Gibson 

1978-79 Lany Gibson 

1979-80 Albert King 

1980-81 Albert King 

1981-82 Adnan Branch 

1982-83 Adnan Branch 

Ben Coleman 

1983-84 Ben Coleman 

1984-85 Len Bias 

1985-86 Len Bias 

1986-87 Demck Lewis 

1987-88 Demck Lewis 

1988-89 Tony Massenburg 

1989-90 Tony Massenburg 

1990-91 Matt Roe 

1991-92 Walt Williams 

1992-93 Kevin McLinton 

1993-94 Joe Smith 

1994-95 Joe Smith 

1995-96 Johnny Rhodes 

1996-97 Keith Booth 

1997-98 Rodney Elliott 

1998-99 Steve Francis 

Terence Moms 

1999-00 Terence Moms 

200(H)1 Lonny Baxter 

Juan Dixon 

2001-02 Juan Dixon 



2002-03 Drew Nicholas 

Steve Blake 
2003-04 John Gilchnsl 

Jamar Smith 
2005-06 Nik Caner-Mediey 

MOST IMPROVED 
PLAYER 

1969-70 Spartiy Still 

1970-71 Jim O'Bnen 

1971-72 Darrell Brown 

1972-73 John Lucas 

1973-74 Owen Bmm 

1974-75 Maunce Howard 

1975-76 Brad Daws 

1976-77 Lawrence Boston 

1977-78 Greg Manning 

1978-79 Ernest Graham 

1979-80 Taylor Baldwin 

1980-81 Steve Rivers 

1981-82 Charles Pitlman 

1982-83 Len Bias 

1983-M Terry Long 

1984-85 Jeff Baxter 

Tom Jones 

1985-86 Jeff Baxter 

1986-87 Dave Dickerson 

1987-88 Tony Massenburg 

1988-89 Cednc Lewis 

1989-90 Jesse Martin 

1990-91 Kewn McLinton 

1991-92 Evers Bums 

1992-93 ChnsKerwin 

1993-94 Mano Lucas 

Duane Simpkins 

1994-95 Wayne Bnstol 

1996-97 Obinna Ekezie 

2001-02 Chns Wilcox 

ALVIN AUBINOE 
GREATEST 
CAREER 
CONTRIBUTION 

1969-70 WillHeSel 

1970-71 Jay Flowers 

1971-72 Chartie Blank 

1972-73 Jim O'Bnen 

1973-74 Tom McMillen 

1974-75 Billy Hahn 

1975-76 John Lucas 

1976-77 John Pavlos. Mgr 

1977-78 Lawrence Boston 

1978-79 Larty Gibson 

1979-80 John Bilney 

1980-81 Albert King 

1981-82 Dutch Morley 

1982-83 Adnan Branch 

1983-84 JeffAdkins 

1984-85 Charles Dnesell 

1985-86 Len Bias 

1987-88 Demck Lewis 

1988-89 Dave Dickerson 

1989-90 Tony Massenburg 

1990-91 Cednc Lewis 

1991-92 Wall Williams 

1992-93 Evers Bums 

CLUTCH 
PERFORMANCE 
OF THE YEAR 

2003-04 Nik Caner-Medley 

NEWCOMER OF 
THE YEAR 

1987-88 Bnan Williams 

1988-89 Jen-odMustaf 

1989-90 Evers Bums 

1990-91 Garfield Smith 

1991-92 John Walsh 

1992-93 Exree Hipp 

Johnny Rhodes 



COACHES' 
AWARD 

1989-90 Jen-od Mustaf 

1990-91 Cednc Lewis 

1991-92 Garfield Smith 

1992-93 KurtisShullz 

BUCK WILLIAMS 
LEN ELMORE 
REBOUNDING 
AWARD* 

1969-70 Rod Horst 
1970-71 Bany Yates 
1971-72 Len Elmore 
1972-73 Len Elmore 
1973-74 Len Elmore 
1974-75 Tom Roy 
1975-76 Lawrence Boston 
1976-77 Lany Gibson 
1977-78 Lany Gibson 
1978-79 Buck Williams 
1979-80 Buck Williams 

1980-81 Buck Williams 

1981-82 HemianVeal 

1982-83 Ben Coleman 

1983-84 Ben Coleman 

1984-85 Len Bias 

1985-86 Len Bias 

1986-87 Derrick Lewis 

1987-88 Derrick Lewis 

1988-89 Tony Massenburg 

1989-90 Tony Massenburg 

1990-91 Cednc Lewis 

1991-92 Evers Bums 

1992-93 Evers Bums 

1993-94 Joe Smith 

1993-94 Joe Smith 

1995-96 Keith Booth 

1996-97 Keith BooBi 

1997-98 Rodney Elliott 

1998-99 Terence Moms 

1999-00 Lonny Baxter 

2000-01 Terence Moms 

2001-02 Lonny Baxter 

2002-03 Ryan Randle 

2003-04 Jamar Smith 

2005-06 Ekene Ibekwe 

' Onginally named in honor of Chns 
Patton from 1970-69, Maryland's 
rebounding award was changed to 
honor Len Elmore from 1990-94, 
and later amended to include Buck 
Williams' name 

BUD MILLIKAN 
DEFENSIVE 
PLAYER OF THE 
YEAR 

1990-91 Vince Broadnax 

Cednc Lewis 
1991-92 Vince Broadnax 
1992-93 Kevin McLinton 
1993-94 Johnny Rhodes 
1994-95 Exree Hipp 

Joe Smith 

LEFRAK 
SCHOLAR 

2003O4 Nik Caner-Medley 
2004-05 Ekene Ibekwe 
2005-06 Ekene Ibekwe 

MR. HUSTLE 
AWARD 

1989-90 Vince Broadnax 

1990-91 Vince Broadnax 

1991-92 Chns Kerwin 

1992-93 Mike Thibeaull 

1993-94 Keith Booth 

1994-95 MatlRaydo 

2001-02 Byron Mouton 

200304 Darien Henry 

2004-05 Darien Henry 

2005-06 Gini Chukura 



OUTSTANDING 
FREE THROW 
SHOOTER 

1989-90 Walt Williams 
1990-91 Walt Williams 
1991-92 Kevin McLinton 
1992-93 Kevin McLinton 
1993-94 Duane Simpkins 
1994-95 Duane Simpkins 
1995-96 Duane Simpkins 
1996-97 Saninas Jasikevicius 
1997-98 Samnas Jasikevicius 
1998-99 Juan Dixon 
19994)0 Juan Dixon 
2000-01 Juan Dixon 
2001-02 Juan Dixon 
2002-03 Drew Nicholas 
2003-04 Chns McCray 
200506 Mike Jones 

MOST IMPROVED 
FREE THROW 
SHOOTER 

1996-97 Rodney Elliott 
1997-98 Obinna Ekezie 

MOST ASSISTS 
AWARD 

1989-90 Wall Williams 

1990-91 Kevin McLinton 

1991-92 Kevin McLinton 

1992-93 Kevin McLinlon 

1993-94 Duane Simpkins 

1994-95 Duane Simpkins 

1995-96 Duane Simpkms 

1996-97 Terrell Stokes 

1997-98 Ten-ell Stakes 

1998-99 Terrell Stokes 

1999-00 Steve Blake 

2000-01 Steve Blake 

2001-02 Steve Blake