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THIS IS MARYLAND BASKETBALL 

2007-08 Schedule 1 

Table of Contents 2 

This Is Maryland Terrapins Basketball 4 

Comcast Center 6 

Championship Tradition 8 

Basketball Family 10 

Gameday at Garyland 12 

The Power of The ACC 14 

Maryland In The Spotlight 16 

No Better Place To Be 18 

So Much... So Close 20 

The Gary Williams Datebook 22 

2008-09 SEASON PREVIEW 

Season Outlook 28 

Roster Information 34 

Pronunciation Guide 34 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach Gary Williams 36 

Assistant Coach Chuck Driesell 48 

Assistant Coach Keith Booth 50 

Assistant Coach Robert Ehsan 52 

Director of Basketball Operations 

Troy Wainwright 54 

Men's Basketball Support Staff 56 

MEET THE TERRAPINS 

Dave Neal 60 

Eric Hayes 62 

Landon Milbourne 64 

Greivis Vasquez 66 

Jerome Burney 68 

Adrian Bowie 70 

Braxton Dupree 72 

Dino Gregory 74 

David Pearman 76 

Cliff Tucker 78 

Shane Mosley 80 

Steve Goins 81 

Radio/TV Chart 82 

ACC 8 OPPONENTS 

About the ACC 84 

ACC & NCAA Tournament Brackets 85 

2007-08 ACC Standings & Stats 86 

ACC Composite Schedule 88 

Opponent Information 90 

American, Boston College, Bryant, 

Bucknell, Charlotte 90 

Clemson, Delaware, Duke, 

Elon, Florida State 91 

George Washington, Georgia Tech, 

Miami, Michigan, Michigan State 92 

Morgan State, North Carolina 

NC State, Vermont, Virginia 93 

Virginia Tech, Wake Forest, 

Youngstown State 94 







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2008-09 Media Guide Credits 

The 2008-09 University of Maryland Men's Basketball Media 
Guide was published by the 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 
Fiunne, 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.8du. 




The University of IVIaryland is an equal opportunity 
titution witli respect to both education and 
iployment. The university does not discriminate on the 
;is of race, color, origin, sex or handicap in admission 
access to, or treatment or employment in, its 
)grams and activities as required by federal (Title VI, 
e IX, Section 504) and state laws and regulations, 
luiries regarding compliance with Title VI of the Civil 
]hts Act of 1964, as amended, Title IX of the 1972 
ucational Amendment, Section 504 of the 
habilitation Act of 1973, or related legal requirements 
Duld be directed to the Office of Human Relations, 
37 Hornbake Library, University of Maryland, College 
rk, Md. 20742; telephone— 301-405-2838. Inquiries 
icerning the application of Section 504 and Part 34 of 
C.F.R. to the University of IVIaryland, College Park, 
:y be directed to the Director, Disabled Student 
rvices, 0126 Shoemaker Hall, University of Maryland, 
liege Park, Md. 20742; telephone— 301-314-7862 
lice) or 301-314-7683 (HY). 



2007-08 SEASON REVIEW 

Review Notebook 96 

Game-By-Game Results 97 

Season Statistics 98 

Team Game-By-Game 99 

Points-Rebounds-Assists 100 

Tracking The Terps 100 

Superlatives 101 

Miscellaneous Statistics 102 

Game Recaps 103 

THE RECORD ROOK 

Year-By-Year Finishes 116 

Coaching History, Arena History 117 

All-Time AP Poll 118 

All-Time Coaches Poll 119 

Individual Records 120 

Individual Leaders 121 

Class Records 126 

Annual Leaders 1 28 

Team Records 1 30 

Largest Margins 132 

Overtime Games 132 

100-Point Games 133 

Maryland Year-By-Year Stats 134 

Opponent Year-By-Year Stats 135 

Comcast Center Records 1 36 

All-Time Results 137 

Series Records 144 

Series Results 145 

Regular Season Tournaments 152 

ACC Tournament History 154 

Postseason History 156 

NCAA Tournament Records 157 

HISTORY AND HONORS 

Teams of Tradition 162 

Honored Jerseys 170 

Award Winners 175 

All-Time Roster 177 

Career Statistics 180 

Cole Field House 183 

TERPS IN THE PROS 

Terps In The NBA Draft 

Lottery History 186 

Terps' Draft History 187 

Terps In The Pros 188 

Terps As Pro Coaches 190 

DNIVERSITY 8 ATHLETICS 
DEPARTMENT 

University of Maryland 192 

Distinguished Alumni 194 

President CD. Mote Jr. 195 

Athletics Director Deborah A. Yow 196 

Athletic Development 199 

Academic Support & 

Career Development 200 

Sports Medicine 203 

Strength & Conditioning 204 

Terrapin Radio Network 205 

Media Guidelines 206 

Covering The Terps 208 




QUICK FACTS 

Location: College Park, Md. 20742 

Founded: 1 856 

Enrollment: 36,014 

Nickname: Terrapins, Terps 

Colors: Red, White, Black and Gold 

Arena (Capacity): Comcast Center (17,950) 

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: 1904-05 

Overall Ail-Time Record 

(since 1923-24): 1,320-908 (.592) 

NCAA Tournament Appearances/Last: 22/2007 

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, 
984, 1985, 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003) 

ACC Championships: 7 (Tournament Champions — 

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

1 980, T-1 995, 2002) 



BASKETBALL STAFF 

Head Coach: Gary Williams 

(Maryland '68/1 9th season) 

Overall Record (Years): 604-343 (30) 

Record at Maryland (Years): 397-215 (19) 

Assistant Coach: Chuck Driesell 

(Maryland '85/3rd season) 

Assistant Coach: Keith Booth 

(Maryland '03/5th season) 

Assistant Coach: Robert Ehsan 

(DC Davis '03/4th season) 

Director/Operations: Troy Wainwright 

(UMUC '04/ 13th season) 
Basketball Office Phone: 301 -314-7029 



ad coach Gary Williams is now the 
school's all-time winningest coach. He 
has 397 wins as head coach of the 
Terrapins and will celebrate his 20th 
year directing the program in 2008-09 



MEDIA RELATIONS 

Associate A.D./Media Relations/ 

Men's Basketball Contact: Doug Dull (Maryland '81) 

Media Relations Phone: 301-314-1482 

Media Relations Fax: 301-314-9094 

E-mail: ddull@umd.eduOffice 

Athletics Website: www.umterps.com 

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

TEAM INFORMATION 

2007-08 Overall Record: 19-15 

ACC Record/Finish: 8-8, T-5th 

ACC Tournament: 0-1 

Boston College defeated Maryland, 71-68 (First Round) 

Postseason: 1 -1 , NIT Second Round 

Maryland defeated Minnesota 68-58 (First Round) 
Syracuse defeated Maryland 88-72 (Second Round) 

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 1 0/4 

Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 

Newcomers: 2 



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Capacity 17,950 

Total Square Feet 440,000 

On-Site Parking* 6,000 

Seats for the Disabled 1 70 

Restrooms 37 

Concession Stands 12 

Luxury Suites 20 

Building Site On Campus 

Heritage Hall Capacity 400 

Auxiliary Competition & 

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405,964 


22,554 


2. North Carolina 


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327,953 


20,497 


3. Syracuse 


22 


447,587 


20,345 


4. Tennessee 


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324,274 


20,267 


5. Louisville 


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

The Terrapins' first public basketball event was its 2002 
Midnight Madness celebration, which has grown to one of 
the premiere student events of the academic year. In its first 
season, 281,057 fans were on hand to witness Terrapin 
basketball games for a per-game average of 17,566 as the 
Terrapins finished fifth in the nation. The Terps went on to 
finish fifth in the nation once again in 2003-04, with a school- 
record 287,200 spectators packing the arena for 16 full 
sellouts and a capacity per-game average of 17,950. 
Maryland drew 299,391 fans to Comcast Center during the 
2004-05 season, again setting a school record. The Terrapins' 
first public basketball event was its 2002 Midnight Madness 
celebration, which has grown to one of the premier student 
events of the academic year. In its first season, 281,057 fans 
witnessed Terrapin basketball games for a per-game average 
of 17,566, ranking Maryland fifth in the nation that year. Last 
season, 341,050 fans came to the 19 home games at 
Comcast Center, setting a school record for home atten- 
dance, and tying the all-time mark for per-game average at 
17,950, 100 percent of capacity. Maryland ranked sixth in the 
nation in home attendance in 2007-08 and this season, will 
welcome its 2-millionth fan in only the seventh season in the 
Terps' sparkling new home. 

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

Twenty suites provide enhanced viewing and enter- 
tainment capabilities for Maryland fans. Maryland's student 
section, affectionately known as "GARYLAND," accommo- 
dates 4,000 of the Terps' perennial ardent supporters. 
Students fill the first 10 rows that ring the arena floor and a 
majority of seats on the arena's west wall - which at an intim- 
idating 35 degree incline provides the Terrapins' with a 
unique home court advantage. 

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

Comcast Center is an excellent place for alumni and fans to 
enjoy their favorite sports and share in their common Terrapin 
spirit. Visitors can learn about the men and women who have 
forged the Maryland Athletics program among the nation's 
elite as they stroll through the Terrapin Walk of Fame and 
History. The Terrapin Team Store, located just off the soaring 
three-level atrium lobby, allows visitors to outfit their pride. 

Maryland has once again reclaimed the status of having 
the best student activities center and basketball arena in the 
country. 




The Terps' 32 victories broke the 
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BASKETBALL ALUMNI 

Former men's basketball players are among 
the most devoted followers of the Maryland 
team, and continue their involvement each year 
through various events, including an annua 

WA alumni game during Midnight Madness festivities 
y^ 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 Brayton, Wayne Bristol, LaRon Cephas, Bob 
Cutler, Matt Downing, Max Etienne, Norman 
Fields, Keith Gatlin, Ernie Graham, Jerry Greens- 
pan, Joe Harrington, Bob Hart, Dave Henderson, 
Pete Holbert, Mo Howard, Speedy Jones, Donny 
Judd, Matt Kaluzienski, Mitch Kasoff, Matt 
Kovarik, Cedric Lewis, Derrick Lewis, Tom 
McMillen, Dutch Morley, Jim O'Brien, Brian 
Palmer, Matt Raydo, Johnny Rhodes, Tom Roy, 
Harvey Sanders, Ron Siegrist, Kurtis Shultz, 
Duane Simpkins, Garfield Smith, Jim Spiro, 
Terrell Stokes, Stan Swetnam, Mike Thibeault, 
Jap Trimble, and "The Wizard" Walt Williams. 



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MABYLANB MABNESS \ 

The Midnight Madness tradition ' 
that Charles "Lefty" Driesell started 
in College Park in 1971 continues 
today, and arguably, nobody does rt . 
better than the University of 
Maryland. 

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

Head coach Gary Williams has 
made his spectacular Maryland 
Madness entrance a tradition. He 
rode out onto the court in a Hark 
Davidson motorcycle in 2003, and 
drove Donnie Neuenberger's "Fear 
the Turtle" NASCAR one the floor in 
2004. 

A Gary Williams look-alike contest 
was part of the festivities in 2004, 
which was a fan-favorite during the 
evening's program. Maryland 
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BASKETBALL TBAVEL 

The Maryland basketball team flies 
charter airplanes to nearly every 
game on its schedule. Pictured is a 
SO-passenger aircraft which trans- 
ports the Terps from crty to crty 
throughout the season. This regional 
jet features two-by-two seating with 
no middle seats, and is the quietest 
jet in the world. It can cruise at 530 
mph and up to 41 ,000 feet. 

Charter flights make getting to, 
and coming back from, any destina- 
tion easy and comfortable. This type 
of travel allows the Terps to be on 
campus and in class as soon as 
possible following road games, and 
overnight stays are minimized. The 
convenience and comfort of charter 
airplane travel allows for convenient, 
efficient, frequent service as well as 
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COMMITMENT TO EDUCATION 

Under Gary Williams, the Maryland basketball 
program continues to place a high priority on 
education and the personal growth of its 
student-athletes. Jerome Burney has been named 
the recipient of the LeFrak Scholarship Award. The 
scholarship represents an endowment established 
by the Samuel J. and Ethel LeFrak Foundation, and 
is awarded annually to three Maryland 
student-athletes who exhibit extraordinary athletic, 
leadership and scholarship abilities. 

Many former Terps continue to work toward 
their degrees while continuing to pursue 
professional basketball opportunities. Keith 
Booth, a four-year starter and 1997 Ail-American, 
graduated in 2003 after pursuing a professional 
basketball career that included winning an NBA 
Championship in 1998, and is now one of Gary 
Williams' assistant coaches. Former Terps Calvin 
McCall, Laron Profit and Terrell Stokes are among 
the recent men's basketball players to earn 
degrees from the University of Maryland. 
Maryland student-athletes all work toward 
completion of their college degree with the 
assistance of the Academic Support and Career 

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IN THE COMMUNITY 

The Terrapins and head coach Gary Williams are active members of the 
University of Maryland and greater Baltimore-Washington, D.C., community. 
The merfs basketball team is involved in extensive charity, fund-raising and 
public speaking events throughout the year, particularly in the offseason. 

In September of 2004, University of Maryland President CD. Mote Jr. 
announced that Williams will co-chair the scholarship component of 
Maryland's ongoing S200 million fund-raising campaign. Williams served as 
the commencement speaking at the graduation proceedings for the Robert 
i Smith School of Business in 2004. He has been heavily involved in the 
MABC's Coaches vs. Cancer efforts, a program that is a partnership between 
:he National Association of Basketball Coaches and the American Cancer 
iociety. iWilliams also has worked with Maryland grad Boomer Esiason and 
Jthers to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, hosting charity basketball 
games and golf events. For the past two years, he has served as the 
honorary chairman for the Walk Far for N.A.A.R., which has raised more than 
one million dollars for the National Alliance 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 521,000 for Ronald McDonald House Chari- 
ties as they took part in the Hoops For Kids event at Ritchie Coliseum. 



NBA SUPERSTAR STEVE FRANCIS 

One of Terrapin basketball's most prominent alumni superstars in 
recent years, two-time NBA All-Star Steve Francis remains very close 
to Maryland's campus in the off-season. Francis, an Ail-American with 
the Terps in 1999 and the NBA Co-Rookie of the Year in 2000, main- 
tains close ties with the Terrapin program and can be found in and 
around College Park during the summer playing pick-up, making 
public appearances, or in some cases, helping students in need. 

Some of Maryland's students were temporarily without a home fol- 
lowing a tornado in the fall of 2001 that swept through campus, but 
Francis was on hand to help. The NBA superstar did his part to aid in 
local relief efforts by offering a free meal to the near-700 students 
who reside in the Univers'rty Courtyard apartments, which had been 
rendered unsafe after the disaster. Nearly 110 students got word of 
Francis' dinner and were in attendance at the UM Golf Course 
banquet facility. Francis joined the group for dinner, remarking to the 
group that he remembered people supporting him while he was a 
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Maryland basketball games have become a loud and boister- 
ous 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 national championship, the 
2004 ACC title and record-breaking attendance in each of the 
last six seasons at Comcast Center. 




Maryland's home attendance numbers have ranked at least 
eighth in the nation in each of the last six seasons. After shat- 
tering all previous records in Comcast Center's first season 
with an overall attendance of 281,057 (average of 17,566), 
Maryland eclipsed that mark with 16 full sellouts in 2003-04 
when it drew a per-game average of 17,950 to home games. 

n 2007-08, Maryland set a school record when 341,050 fans 
came to see Maryland basketball games, averaging 100 
percent of capacity for the second time in Comcast Center 
history. Over the last six years, 1,820,275 have watched the 
Terrapins in their sparkling arena, an average of 17,336 each 
game. 

After averaging 13,377 fans and ranking 20th in the country in 
1998, the Terps set a then-school record with a 14,474 average 
in 1999 while ranking 15th nationally In 2002, Cole Field 
House's final season, Maryland continued to draw capacity 
numbers, averaging 14,166 fans and ranking 17th. The Terps 
drew 14,058 fans and ranked 18th in 2001. Those totals were 
only eclipsed by the Terps' move to Comcast Center, which 
ranks as the second-largest on-campus arena in the ACC. 



For the past nine seasons, the Terps have set school records 
and ranked in the top 10 nationally in overall attendance, 
home and away. Maryland eclipsed its own overall record in 
six straight seasons and has played before at least 400,000 
fans in 10 consecutive seasons. 

Maryland's home attendance average hit full capacity of 
17,950 in 2007-08, matching the school-record mark set in 
2003-04. Terrapin basketball continues to be one of the 
toughest tickets in town as fans flock to the $125 million, 
17,950-seat Comcast Center. 

Maryland has combined to fill its home arena to more than 96 
percent capacity since the 1993-94 season. 

More than 3.5 million people have watched men's basketball 
in College Park over the last 15 seasons, as the Terps have 
forged one of the most consistent and animated home crowds 
in the nation. The Terps own a 199-36 (.847) home record in 
the last 15 seasons, with perfect marks in 2002 (15-0) and 
1995(16-0). 

During Gary Williams' tenure as head coach, the Terps have 
achieved double-digit home victories in 18 out of 19 seasons. 




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The Atlantic Coast Conference has been the 
top-rated conference in the nation in four of the 
last five years, earning the top spot again in 
2007-08. In addition to 2004, 2005, 2007 and 
2008, the ACC rated first for three consecutive 
seasons between 1 996 and 1 998. 

ACC SETS ATTENDANCE MARK 

For the third consecutive year, the ACC 
surpassed the 2.2 million mark in basketball 
attendance, with the 1 2 league teams totaling 
2,355,822 over 203 regular-season games and 
six tournament sessions. Maryland was sixth in 
the nation with an average of 1 7,950 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 26 of the last 29 years, 
including a national-best six teams in 2003. 
Seven or the 1 2 teams in the ACC were ranked 
at some point during the 2007-08 season. 

ACC IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT 

In terms of success, the Atlantic Coast 
Conference is unrivaled in the history of the 
NCAA Tournament. With a 329-164 (.667) 
mark, the ACC is the winningest conference in 
NCAA Tournament history. 

■ Over the last eight years (since 2001 ), the 
ACC leads all conferences with seven Final Four 
teams - ACC (7), Big 12 (6), Big Ten (5), Pac-10 
(4), Conference USA (3), SEC (3), Big East (3), 
Colonial (1) 






■ Since 1 985, the ACC has maae 2z Finai 
Four appearances, with the Big Ten in second 
with 1 6. The ACC has had at least one Final 
Four team in 1 7 of the last 21 years and in 22 
of the last 28. 

■ Since the NCAA Tournament expanded to 
64 teams in 1 985, the ACC has the most 
NCAA Tournament wins (231 ), the best winning 
percentage (.669), the most Sweet Sixteen 
appearances (63) and the most teams (34) in a 
regional final. 

■ Since 1 981 , four different ACC schools have 
won a total of eight NCAA titles, three more 
than any other conference. Since 1 981 , six 
different ACC schools have made a total of 27 
Final Four appearances, 10 more than any 
other conference. 

■ Eleven of the 1 2 ACC teams have made at 
least one NCAA Tournament appearance over 
the last four seasons. 

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

ACC Television 

■ The 2008-09 ACC men's basketball 
schedule is highlighted by a record 298 
television appearances by the league's 1 2 
member schools, including an all-time high 173 
appearances on national television networks. It 
marks the fifth straight year the ACC has had 
more than 250 television appearances. 

■ ACC teams are scheduled to make an ACC- 
record 1 73 appearances on national television 
networks, including 1 20 spots on ESPN, ESPN2 
and ESPNU, 35 on Fox Sports Net, 1 on ABC, 
seven on CBS and one on CBS College Sports. 

■ Fox Sports Net and affiliates will televise 1 9 
Sunday afternoon and evening games on a 
national basis. This season, 14 of the 19 FSN 
Sunday games are conference matchups. 

■ Headlining the league's non-conference 
schedule is the 10th annual ACC/Big Ten 
Challenge on Dec. 1 -3, pairing two of the 
nation's premier conferences in a regular- 
season challenge series. Lost year, the ACC 
won the Challenge for the ninth straight time, 
winning eight of the 1 1 gomes played. The 
ACC (.642) and the Big Ten (.615) are the two 
winningest conferences in NCAA Tournament 
history. 

■ This season, 92 of the league's 96 
conference games are scheduled to be 
televised. 



f- Playing for the Terps means playing the 
nation's fourthriargest media market. 

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

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

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accessed world wide via the Internet at 
umterps.com. 

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ACC basketball will receive extensive live television 
coverage during the 2008-09 season, with the ESPN 
networks. Fox Sports Net, CBS and ABC combining 
for 173 appearances. Counting regional broadcasts, 
298 ACC contests will be televised this season. 

ESPN, which originated its first-ever sports broad- 
cast from the University of Maryland in 1979, has 
been a regular visitor to College Park. ESPN's Col- 
lege Basketball GameDay picked Comcast Center as 
one of eight sites to broadcast its live show in 2005. 

ACC basketball is featured weekly during the 
season on "All-Access" show on regional networks. 

Every major television network - ABC, NBC, CBS, 
and Fox - has a major news-gathering affiliate in 
both Baltimore and Washington, D.C. No university 
in the East boasts eight major news outlets within a 
35-mile radius of its campus except the University of 
Maryland. Regional cable broadcasts power Com- 
cast SportsNet and local cable outlets provide the 
Terps with a TV news presence that is unmatched in 
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Maryland alumni are 
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Bonnie Bernstein of 
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Ward and Tim Kurkjian 
of ESPN and Jimmy 
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There is no better place to be than 
the University of Maryland, College 
Park. With its top-ranked academic 
programs, nationally recognized 
faculty, diverse population, and lush 
1,580-acre campus located between 
Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, Md., 
it's no wonder the University of 
Maryland is a sought-after destination 
for some of the state's — and the 
country's — best and brightest 
students. 

Attracting them are some 127 majors 
and some of the highest-ranked 
programs in the' country. As of 2007, 86 
programs rank in the top 25 nationally 
and a school-record 31 programs were 
in the top 1 in the latest U.S. News & 
World Report undergraduate ranking of 
top public universities. 

Specifically, the University of 
Maryland's Smith School of Business 
was ranked 21st, while the Clark School 
of Engineering was ranked 25th. In 
graduate school rankings, the College 
of Education, the Clark School of 
Engineering, the College of Information 
Studies and the College of Computer, 
Mathematical and Physical Sciences 
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industries thrive in close proximity to 
the campus, offering a wide spectrum 
of internships, work-study opportunities 
and career choices for students. And, 
the campus is surrounded by the 
dynamic cultural opportunities that only 
a major metropolitan area can provide. 

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

There truly is no better place to be 
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The University of Maryland athletics 
department won the inaugural colle- 
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WASHINGTON, D.C. 

The nation's capital and its 
major attractions are within 1 
miles of College Park. And the 
highly efficient Metro rail 
system, with a station at the 
campus doorstep, makes navi- 
gating the greater Washing- 
ton, D.C, area easy. Campus 
shuttle buses serve the College 
Park Metro station, allowing 
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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 
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an exciting, vibrant 
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lies just 30 miles east of the 
University of Maryland. Long 
called the "sailing capital of 
the United States," Annapolis 
is located at the mouth of the 
Severn River on the Chesa- 
peake Bay. The historic 
downtown area is known for its 
wonderful eating and shopping 
opportunities. There are few 
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onstrations. Shopping, professional sports, regattas 
on the Chesapeake Bay. Not just one city, but three. 
Not just any city, but the nation's capital, a major port 
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■ Arlington National 
Cemetery 

■ FDR Memorial 

■ Federal Bureau of 

Investigation 

■ Ford's Theatre 

■ Frederick Douglass 
Museum 

■ John F. Kennedy 
Center for the 
Performing Arts 

■ Library of Congress 

■ Lincoln Memorial 

■ MCI Center 

■ National Aquarium 

■ National Archives 

■ National Gallery 
of Art 

■ National Mall 

■ National Zoo 

■ Oriole Park at 
Camden Yards 

■ Pentagon 

■ Smithsonian 
Institution 

■ Supreme Court of the 

United States 

■ U.S. Capitol 

■ Union Station 

■ Vietnam Veterans 
Memorial 

■ Washington 
Monument 

■ Washington National 
Cathedral 

■ White House 




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19 8 9-90 



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 



Dec. 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. 12 Oklahoma, 
89-78, at Baltimore Arena. 



9 9 3-94 



Nov. 26, 1993 - Defeated No. 15 Georgetov^n 
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 1985. [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 gome as the 
Terps' head coach. 

March 19, 1994 - Defeated second-seeded Mas- 
sachusetts, 95-87, in the biggest upset of the 
1 994 NCAA Tournament. Maryland reached 
the Sweet Sixteen for the first time since 1 985. 
[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. [71 
Feb. 7, 1995 - Defeated No. 1 North Carolina, 

86-73, for his first win as Maryland's coach 

over the nation's top-ranked team. 
March 13, 1995 - No. 10 final AP rankings is 

Terps' first top 10 ranking in a final poll since 

1980. 
March 18, 1995 - Defeated Texas, 82-68, to 

advance to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen for the 

second consecutive season. [8] 





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Kansas (29) 


16-1 


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2. 


UCLA (26) 


11-0 


1,514 


3. 


Arkansas (3) 


121 


1.458 


4. 


North Carolina 


1) 13-2 


1,425 


5. 


Duke (2) 


11-1 


1,393 


6. 


Massachusetts (4) 13 1 


1.360 


7. 


Kentucky 


13-2 


1,226 


8. 


Indiana 


10-2 


1,160 


9. 


Arizona 


13-2 


1,050 


10. 


Connecticut 


14-1 


949 


11. 


Temple 


9-2 


917 


12. 


Purdue 


14-1 


879 


13. 


Louisville 


12-2 


843 


14. 


Wisconsin 


12-1 


788 


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Michigan 


11-3 


787 


16. 


Syracuse 


102 


536 


17. 


Georgia Tech 


10-4 


524 


18. 


Al3..Birmingham 13-1 


413 


19. 


Cincinnati 


12-3 


384 


20. 


Minnesota 


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21. 


California 


10-3 


316 


22. 


Xavler, Ohio 


111 


256 


23. 


St. Louis 


14-0 


254 


24. 


West Virginia 


10-2 


172 


25. 


Maryland 


10-3 


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J 124. Oklanoma St 74, Rocrda 66, llliras ] 
I 56, New Mexrco St, 43. Missouri 42. Ne- 
I brasko 21, Marquette 20, Mississippi St 14, 
I LSU 11. Virgmta 9. W Kenlucky 7, Micfiiean 
Penn 5. Seton Hall 4. AlaDama 3, 
I OePaul 3. New Orleans 3. Wake Forest 3. 
George Washington 2, Providence 2, Tn - 
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1. N.Carolina (56) 


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1,590 


2. UCW(5) 


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1.506 


3. Arkansas (3) 


8-1-0 


1,462 


4. Massachusetts 


5-1-0 


1,419 



5, Kentucky 



5-1-0 1,328 



6, Kansas 



71-0 1,229 



7. Duke 



6-1-0 1,197 



8. Connecticut 5-0-0 1,185 



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10. Arizona 



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11. Syracuse 



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12. (Georgetown 5-1-0 



13- Florida 



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801 



14. California 



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641 



15. Michigan St. 5-1-0 554 



16. Arizona St. 



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520 



17. Qeorga Tech 7-1-0 



18. Wake Forest 6-1-0 



19. Wisconsin 



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Cincinnati 


7-30 


377 


21. 


Iowa St. 


8-1-0 


310 


22. 


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294 


23. 


Nebraska 


9-1-0 


182 


24. 


Indiana 


6-4-0 


154 


25. 


St. John's 


6-0-0 


129 



Ottiers receiving votes: Stanford 103, 
Minnesota 98, Missouri 98, Pennsylvania 
56, Illinois 52. Iowa 41, St Louis 41. 
Virginia 40. Villanova 35. Oklahoma St. 
33. Tulane 31. St Joseph's 29. Alabama 
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June 28, 1995 - National Player of the Year 
selection Joe Smith selected as the No. 1 
overall pick in the 1995 NBA Draft in 
Toronto. [9] 

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



19 9 6-97 



Mar<h 9, 1 997 - Maryland named to the NCAA 
Tournament for the fourth consecutive season. 



19 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 
in five years. [11] 



19 9 8-99 



Nov. 28, 1 998 - 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 Crelghton, 75-63, 
to advance to the Sweet Sixteen Tor the fourth 
time in six years. 

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



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Dec. 1 1, 1999 - Defeated No. 22 Kentucky, 72- 
66, to earn his 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 gomes and 
establish a new Terrapin record. 

March 12, 2000 - Advanced to its first ACC 
Tournament final since 1984, and later named 
a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Midwest Region. 




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Marth 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 J 

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

March 24, 200! - An 87-73 win over top- 
seeded Stcr'fr ;' catapults Maryland to a West 
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March 31, 2001 - Maryland is joined bv 
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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 leaden 

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

March 24, 2002 - Outlasted Connecticut, 90- 
82, to reach the Final Four for a second 
consecutive season. Lonny Baxter became the 
10th player in history to earn Regional MVP 
honors a second time. [4] 

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

April 1, 2002 - Defeated Indiana, 64-52, to 
claim Terps' first national title in history.16] 

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 
V/inged Foot Award as the coach of the 
national champions at a formal dinner hosted 
by the New York Athletic Club. 17] 

May 2 1 , 2002 - Terps were welcomed at the 
White House by President George W. Bush. [8] 



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June 26, 2002 - Chns 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 17th selection, marking the first time since 
1 98 1 that two Maryland players were 
selected in the first round of the NBA draft. 

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

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



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

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 - Plaving in their 10th straight 
NCAA Tournament, the Terps are lifted to 
victory over UNC Wilmington by on 
unbelievable Nicholas buzzer-beating 3- 
pointer. [11] 

March 28, 2003 - Terps play in their seventh 
NCAA Sweet Sixteen game in 1 
opportunities at the Alamodome in San 
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 
history, overcoming a 21 -point first-half deficit 
to surprise No. 2 seed NC State in the 
semifinal round. 

March 14, 2004 - Maryland completes the 
sweep by downing top-seeded Duke, 95-87 
(ot), to capture their first ACC Tournament 
since 1 984 and the first of Williams' career 
[13] 

March 18, 2004 - Playing as the No. 4 seed 
in their 1 1th consecutive NCAA Tournament, 
the Terps down UTEP, 86-83, to give 
Maryland an eighth-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. [14] 



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Nov. 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. [1 ] 

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 Gary 
Williams captures his 550th career win with 
an 81-55 victory over American University. 

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

February 7, 2006 - Gary Williams passes Lefty 
Driesell as Maryland's all-time winninqest 
coach with 349 wins in College Park. 12] 

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



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November 1 7, 2006 - Maryland tops 
Michigan State, 62-60, to capture the Coaches 
versus Cancer Championship at Madison 
Square Garden. [3] 

February 3, 2007 - Gary Williams becomes 
just the third coach in league history to record 
150 ACC victories as the Terrapins knock off 
Wake Forest, 79-72. 

February 25, 2007 - D.J. Strawberry scores a 
career-high 27 points as Maryland Knocks off 
No. 5 North Carolina, 89-87, at Comcast 
Center. It was Maryland's 1 7th win over a 
top-five opponent under Gary Williams. [4] 

March 3, 2007 - The Terrapins close the season 
with a 79-59 victory over NC State. The win 
completed a sweep of the four North Carolina 
teams in the conference for the first time since 
1 932-33, with a 6-0 mark. 

March 15, 2007 - For the eighth time in 1 1 
years, Maryland earned a top-5 seed in the 
NCAA Tournament as the fourth-seeded Terps 
knocked of No. 1 3 Davidson, 82-70 in the first 
round of the NCAA Tournament. 



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November 28, 2007 - Terps beat Illinois, 69-61 , 
to win their third straight game in the Big 
Ten/ACC Challenge series. 

January 19, 2008 - Garv Williams wins his 
seventh game against a No. 1 -ranked team, 
scoring an 82-80 upset at North Carolina [5] 

February 6, 2008 - Garv Williams gets his 
600th career win in a Hall of Fame career 
with 70-65 victory at Boston College. 

March 18, 2008 - Maryland appears in the 
postseason for the 1 5tn straight year, earning 
an NIT victory at Minnesota. 



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A YOUNG TERPS SQUAD LOOKS TO TAKE THE 
NEXT STEP WITH AN NCAA TOURNAMENT BID 



Basketball is just like anything else in a collegiate set- 
ting - it's all about the maturation process and making 
the most of your opportunity to learn. 

For the University of Maryland men's basketball team, Gary Williams is hoping his talented but inexperienced group of six freshmen and three sophomores from last season 
have turned into six sophomores and three juniors who are now talented and experienced. 

Williams' 20th season at his alma mater will feature one of the top backcourts in the Atlantic Coast Conference, with a wealth of explosive talent, ball-handling and a flair 
for the exciting. It will also feature a frontcourt with talent but youth that will need to emerge after the graduation of James Gist and Bambale Osby 

For this team to be playing deep into March, Williams and his staff will be molding and guiding this group into the type of squad that will be better than the sum of its parts, 
and better in March than it was in November. Basically, the type of team that has made Gary Williams one of the most respected coaches in the nation for all of his 31 years 
in the college game. 

"Last year, we had probably the most freshmen we've ever had here," Williams says of his 19-15 team that tied for fifth in the ACC with an 8-8 league mark. "We didn't 
have a big bank of experience to call on when things got tough. 

"We lost some games in the second half that I thought we could have won. Hopefully, that experience will translate into understanding how hard we have to work, how 
important it is to execute. 

"Those things usually come with experience, so hopefully they will," he says. "We're young in terms of having one senior in Dave Neal. But in terms of experience, especially 
in the backcourt, we're an experienced team. 

"When you have the minutes played of Eric Hayes, Greivis Vasquez and Landon Milbourne, that gives you three perimeter players who went through every tough situation 
last year. Part of being a good player is to be able to give those experiences to those players who don't have that amount of experience. Hopefully, that will happen." 

Part of the excitement in College Park for the 2008-09 season will be living the experience of Williams' 20th season as the Terrapins head coach. The future Hall of Fame 
coach enters the year as one of only seven active coaches with 600 wins at the Division I level. He begins the season only three victories away from posting his 400th at 
Maryland. 

Long known as a teacher of the game who brings his teams along over the course of a year, Williams knows the success of this group of Terrapins is somewhat dependent 
on its ability to grow during the season. 




i think the backcourt is our strength. Greivis made 
second team Ail-ACC as a sophomore. Eric was hurt 
in a key part of the schedule, but came back and 
played pretty well after that. I think those two guys, 
you have to look at them to be your leaders." 



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"I think a key will be tlie development of our inside play- 
ers," says Williams. "That will be a gradual thing during the 
year. It's going to take some time. 

"But at the same time, our perimeter people are good 
enough to get us through that tough stretch early. On any 
good team, the collection of players determines how good 
you are. It's not one player playing well, it's how well we 
can play together. 

"I think it's especially true this year with only one senior. 
But we've got guys who've got some experience and who 
know what it takes to win. We beat the number-one team in 
the country last year. But we had some games at home we 
should have won that we lost in the second half. So hopefully 
those two experiences will help." 

Backcourt 

Depth, experience and talent abound on the Maryland 
perimeter this season. Last year's starting duo of Greivis 
Vasquez and Eric Hayes return a year stronger, a year 
wiser and a year better. 

Vasquez and Hayes finished first and sixth in the ACC 
last year in assists per game, and also finished second and 
eighth, respectively, in the league in minutes per game. 
They will be backed by sophomores Adrian Bowie and Cliff 
Tucker, along with last year's Player of the Year in Baltimore, 
freshman Sean Mosley. 

"I think the backcourt is our strength," says Williams. 
"Greivis made second team AII-ACC as a sophomore. Eric 
was hurt in a key part of the schedule, but came back and 
played pretty well after that. I think those two guys, you have 
to look at them to be your leaders. 

"Adrian and Cliff also played key minutes for us, es- 
pecially when Eric was out. So I expect them to go from 
where they left off. 

"Then we have an interesting player in Sean Mosley He's 
a very skilled and experienced player for a freshman. I think 
he's going to have some impact in our program. He's 64, but 
has ball-handling skills, so we'll see how he fits in." 

Vasquez has recovered from off-season ankle surgery 
and returns as the Terrapins' leader from last year in scor- 
ing (1 7.0 points per game, fifth in the ACC) and assists (6.8 
per game, seventh in the nation). His entertaining, electric 
style has made him a favorite of Terrapin fans in only two 
seasons in College Park. 

"Greivis has tremendous love of the game," says Williams. 
"It's very important for him that we win. Any great player 
has that passion and attitude about winning. It's hard to put 
that into a player. 

"Greivis has that, and hopefully it's contagious. He's 
unique in that he's 6-5, a very good ball-handler and sees 
the court very well. He's worked hard to become a better 
outside shooter over the summer. He can be a great leader 
because of his passion for the game." 

Hayes has been a steadying influence in the backcourt 
during his two seasons, earning more than 1 ,800 minutes in 
those two years. An outstanding shooter, he has averaged 
.392 shooting from 3-point range and .875 from the free throw 
line in his career thus far. He is a guard who takes advantage 
of the court sense gained from playing for his father while at 
Potomac High School in nearby Woodbridge, Va. 

Bowie played his best basketball at the end of the season 
last year, taking full advantage of the learning process. He 
started both games in the NIT last year and averaged 16.5 
minutes per game over Maryland's final six outings. Two of 
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stretch. He is also a capable ball-handler, committing only 
eight turnovers in the Terps' final 13 games last year. 

Tucker is another of Maryland's bigger guards at 6-6, and 
has an ability to both be an effective scorer (.491 shooting 
from the floor last year) and a solid floor player. He picked 
up 74 rebounds, 44 assists, 11 blocks and 21 steals in 32 
games played last year, averaging just under 16 minutes 
per game. He is an athletic player who was a two-sport 
standout in basketball and football at Chapin High School 
in El Paso, Texas. 

Mosley comes to Maryland with outstanding credentials 
after a standout career at St. Frances Academy in Baltimore. 
He was the 2008 Gatorade Player of the Year in Maryland 
and finished his career as the second-leading scorer in 
Maryland high school history with 2,933 points. He averaged 
24.2 points and 7.5 rebounds as a senior, just after posting 
averages of 23.5 points and 9.8 rebounds as a junior. 

Those five guards will give Williams and his staff a number 
of options in tenns of different combinations and configura- 
tions for the offense and defense this season. 

'There are a lot of ways to play for us this year," says 
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old two-forwards-and-a-center thing has kind of gone 
the way of the two-hand set shot. It'll be interest- 
ing. I'm looking forward to practicing. I know who 
the good players are, it's a matter of trying to get as 
many of them on the court at the same time." 




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of gone the way of the two-hand set shot. It'll be interesting. 
I'm looking fora/ard to practicing. I know who the good play- 
ers are, it's a matter of trying to get as many of them on the 
court at the same time. 

"I've always liked to press. Our depth in the backcourt 
probably will allow us to press more than we have in the 
last few years." 

Frontcourt 

Maryland opens the 2008-09 season with an experienced 
hand at small fonward in Landon Milbourne. The 6-7 forward 
started 29 games for the Terrapins as a sophomore and im- 
proved his minutes from 4.8 to 24.7 and his scoring average 
from 1 .0 to 8.2 between his freshman and sophomore years. 
He also knocked down 22 3-pointers last year and had 14 
games in which he scored in double figures. 

Milbourne is another of the players Williams is counting 
on to turn their on-court experience from a year ago into 
improved and more effective play this season. 

As much as Vasquez and Hayes emerged as a fomiidable 
duo in the backcourt last year, that was similar to the impact 
that seniors James Gist and Bambale Osby had on the front 
line for the Terrapins a season ago. 

Those two players finished second and third in the ACC in 
blocked shots last year, putting Maryland fifth in the nation as 
a team in that category. After a tremendous four-year career 
in College Park, Gist was drafted on the second round of the 
2008 NBA Draft by San Antonio. Osby was another of the 
league's most improved players by the end of last season, 
providing an anchor defensively and a weapon on the blocks 
offensively for the Terps. 

But with graduation comes opportunity in college bas- 
ketball, and now is the time for Jerome Burney, Braxton 
Dupree, Dave Neal and Steve Goins to turn the chance to 
play into effective minutes for the Terrapins. 

"This is one of the things we have to find out in the pre- 
season, exactly where players like Jerome and Braxton are in 
terms of their development," says Williams. "Each guy basi- 
cally has had a year to play now they have to step up. 

"You have guys like James Gist and Bambale Osby 
naturally they're not going to get as many minutes as those 
two guys. Now they're gone, so here comes these two. We'll 
have to see what they can do, along with DIno Gregory." 

Neal, a 6-7 forward, is the lone senior on the squad and 
has used his intelligence and strength to his advantage, 
according to Williams. He has seen limited time in his three 
seasons due to injuries, but has played key minutes in his 
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"Dave has quietly been in some big situations in games," 
says Williams. "People overlook the importance of that 
sometimes. His experience will be important for our younger 
inside players, especially early in the season. 

"Dave knows how to play He's a very cerebral player 
in terms of knowing what we're trying to accomplish and 
being able to pass the ball. At that 6-7 size, he's very 
strong. He could play valuable minutes for us as the year 
goes along." 

Burney is beginning his third season in the program, 
having redshirted the 2006-07 season due to a preseason 
injury. He saw improved playing time late in the season, 
appearing in each of the Terps' final seven games of the 
season, he posted five rebounds in 12 minutes at Miami 
and had six points and four blocks in 16 minutes against 
Clemson in IVIarch. 

Dupree is a solid and strong athlete who uses his strength 
in the paint. He had eight starts last season, including a 
14-point, five-board effort against Lehigh, following by a 
1 0-point outing against Illinois in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. 
He also had six points and five boards in 14 minutes in the 
NIT first-round game at Minnesota. 

Gregory has played both the small forward and power 
forward spots for Maryland in the past, but Williams feels he's 
better suited to play the power forward. Gregory appeared in 
14 games last season as a freshman out of a quality Mount 
St. Joseph's program in Baltimore. 

Goins was a late addition in the recruiting season for 
Maryland, but his 6-10, 260-pound size and his athletic ability 
attracted the Terps. He averaged 14 points and 11 rebounds 
at Curie High School as a senior and has been tabbed by 
high school and AAU observers as the sleeper pick coming 
out of the rich Chicago metropolitan area. 

Walk-on David Pearman, a 6-foot-6 small forward, also 
returns for his sophomore season and will provide depth to 
the frontcourt. 

Coaching Staff 

For the first time in a couple seasons, Williams will have 
the same group of assistant coaches helping prepare this 
team. Chuck Driesell and former Terp standout Keith Booth 
each return, while Robert Ehsan is on his fourth season on 
the staff and has progressed from graduate assistant to 
assistant coach. 

"We're solid in that our staff is the same," says Williams, 
who has had key assistants take head-coaching positions 
recently "We were together last year, coaching these guys. 
There's no getting to know anybody for the players. 

"A lot of guys got head coaching jobs, and we went 
through a lot of changes in the staff for three years." 

The continuity will hopefully pay off in a season in which 
Williams feels it will be important to have the team progress 
over the course of the year. 

"I think if we can stay healthy we're going to be the type 
of team that really gets better," he says. "I've had teams like 
this before. I think we have the attitude that we'll work hard all 
year. If you have that attitude, that's what happens. 

"When you play in November, you could be the best team 
in the country at that point. But if you stay that way there 
will be 50 teams that will pass you. If you're a good team in 
basketball, you continue to get better. Sometimes, it's the 
games that make you better, it's not just practice." 




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Schedule 

The Atlantic Coast Conference has been the top league 
in the nation in four of the last five seasons in tems of RPI. 
Once again, the league is loaded with outstanding teams, led 
by consensus preseason No. 1 pick North Carolina. 

With the rotation of the schedule, Maryland has the dubi- 
ous honor of being the only team in the league that faces 
both North Carolina and Duke in a home-and-home series. 
The Terps also play a home-and-home pairing against 
improving Miami, another team getting Top-25 mention by 
some observers. 

Virginia and Georgia Tech are the other ACC teams 
Maryland will face twice this season. The Terps play Bos- 
ton College, Wake Forest and Virginia Tech once each in 
Comcast Center, and will play single road games in league 
against NC State, Florida State and Clemson. 

After opening the season at home on Nov 14 against 
Bucknell, one of the highlights of the non-conference sched- 
ule have Maryland playing in Orlando, Fla., at the Old Spice 
Classic, an eight-team, three-day event that features six 
teams that appeared in the postseason a year ago. 

Maryland will open against Michigan State and have 
Gonzaga and Oklahoma State on its side of the bracket. 
Georgetown and Tennessee are also in the field. 

The Terps host Michigan in this season's ACC/Big Ten 
Challenge, then travel to Washington's Verizon Centerto play 
George Washington in the annual BB&T Classic. Following 
those games, Maryland has a seven-game homestand that 
ends on Jan. 10 with Georgia Tech coming to Comcast 
Center to open the league season. 

"We're fortunate we have the Big Ten game with Michigan 
here this year," says Williams. "That gives us a good home 
game. We also play Charlotte here this year, and they were 
tough for us last year down there. 

"We're probably in as good a tournament as there is in 
the country this year. It will be a tough tournament, but most 
teams play in these events now. You need that in November, 
and it gives you a great deal of exposure." 




*i think if we can stay iiealthy, we're going to be the type of team that 
really gets better," he says. *i*ve had teams liice this before. I think we 
have the attitude that we'll work hard all year. If you have that attitude, 
that's what happens." 

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Roster Information 



Alphabetical 

No. Name Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Cl.-Exp. 


Hometown (High School/Previous School) 


22 Adrian Bowie 


G 


6-2 


190 


S0.-IV 


Greenbelt, Md. (H/lontrose Christian) 


32 Jerome Burney 


F 


6-9 


222 


S0.-IV 


Atlanta, Ga. (Westlake) 


4 Braxton Dupree 


C 


6-8 


260 


S0.-IV 


Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall) 


25 Steve Goins 


C 


6-10 


260 


Fr-HS 


Chicaqo, III. (Curie HS) 


1 33 Dino Gregory 


F 


6-7 


227 


S0.-IV 


Baltimore, Md. (Mount St. Joseph) 


i 5 Eric Hayes 


G 


64 


184 


Jr.-2V 


Woodbridqe, Va. (Potomac) 


1 1 Landon Milbourne 


F 


6-7 


207 


Jr.-2V 


Roswell. Ga. (Oak Hill Academy) 


1 14 Sean IVIosley 


G 


64 


210 


Fr.-HS 


Baltimore, Md. (St. Frances Academy) 


1 35 Dave Neal 


F 


6-7 


263 


Sr.-3V 


McLean, Va. (Bishop O'Connell) 


"^ 23 David Pearman 


G/F 


6-6 


188 


S0.-IV 


Columbia, Md. (Oakland Mills) 


24 Cliff Tucker 


G/F 


6-6 


190 


S0.-IV 


El Paso, Texas (Chapin) 


21 Greivis Vasquez 


G 


6-6 


190 


Jr.-2V 


Caracas, Venezuela (Montrose Christian) 


, Numerical 

No. Name 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Cl.-Exp. 


Hometown (Hlqh School/Previous School) 


1 Landon Milbourne 


F 


6-7 


207 


Jr-2V 


Roswell, Ga. (Oak Hill Academy) 


4 Braxton Dupree 


C 


6-8 


260 


S0.-IV 


Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall) 


5 Eric Hayes 


G 


64 


184 


Jr.-2V 


Woodbridqe, Va. (Potomac) 


14 Sean Mosley 


G 


64 


210 


Fr.-HS 


Baltimore, Md. (St. Frances Academy) 


21 Greivis Vasquez 


G 


6-6 


190 


Jr.-2V 


Caracas, Venezuela (Montrose Christian) 


22 Adrian Bowie 


G 


6-2 


190 


S0.-IV 


Greenbelt, Md. (Montrose Christian) 


23 David Pearman 


G/F 


6-6 


188 


S0.-IV 


Columbia, Md. (Oakland Mills) 


24 Cliff Tucker 


G/F 


6-6 


190 


S0.-IV 


El Paso, Texas (Chapin) 


25 Steve Goins 


C 


6-10 


260 


Fr.-HS 


Chicaqo, III. (Curie HS) 


32 Jerome Bumey 


F 


6-9 


222 


S0.-IV 


Atlanta, Ga. (Westlake) 


33 Dino Greqory 


F 


6-7 


227 


S0.-IV 


Baltimore, Md. (Mount St. Joseph) 


35 Dave Neal 


F 


6-7 


263 


Sr.-3V 


McLean, Va. (Bishop O'Connell) 



Squad 

Breakdown 
Terps By Class 

Seniors (1): Neal 



Juniors (3): Hayes, Milbourne, Vasquez 

Sophomores (6): Bowie, Bumey, Dupree, Gregory, 

Pearman, Tucker 

Freshmen (2): Goins. Mosley 

Terps By State 

Georg I a (2) : Bumey, Milbourne 

Illinois (1): Goins 

Maryland (5): Bowie, Dupree, Gregory, Mosley, 

Pearman 

Texas (1): Tucker 

Vi rginia (2): Hayes, Neal 

Venezuela (1): Vasquez 

Terps By Height 

6-10(1): Goins 

6-9(1): Bumey 

6-8(1): Dupree 

6-7 (3): Greqory, Milbourne. Neal 

6-6 (4): Mosley, Peannan, Tucker, Vasquez 

64(1): Hayes 



6-2(1): Bowie 



Head Coach: Gary Williams, 20th Year at Maryland (Maryland '68) 

Assistant Coaches: Chuck Driesell, 3rd Year at Maryland (Maryland, '85), Keith Booth, 5th Year at Maryland (Maryland 

'03), Robert Ehsan, 4th Year at Maryland (UC DAvis '04) 
Director of Basketball Operations: Troy Wainwright, 1 3th Year at Maryland (UMUC '04) 
Director of Basketball Student Services: Joe Harrington, 2nd Year at Maryland (Maryland '68) 
Athletic Trainer: J.J. Bush, 36th Year at Maryland (Florida State -69) 




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Since returning to the College Park campus in 1989, 
Gary Williams (Maryland '68) has led his alma mater's bas- 
ketball program from a period of troubled times to an era of 
national prominence. With 12 NCAA Tournament berths in 
the last 15 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 confer- 
ence. 

Now, with 397 victories as Maryland's head coach, 
Williams stands as the Terrapins all-time winningest head 
basketball coach. He passed Charles "Lefty" Driesell, who 
amassed 348 victories in 18 seasons from 1969 to 1986. 
The Terrapins have averaged 22.7 wins per year since the 
1994-95 season. 

With 604 career victories in 30 seasons overall, Williams 
is the seventh-winningest active head coach in NCAA Divi- 
sion I men's basketball. 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 11 consecu- 
tive trips to the NCAA Tournament from 1994-2004. He 
has produced more at least 20 wins in nine of his last 12 



seasons, and a school-record eight straight from 1 996-97 
to 2003-04. With 1 6 career 20-win seasons, Williams ranks 
seventh among active coaches. 

* Williams has been heavily involved in the NABC's 
Coaches vs. Cancer efforts. The program is a partner- 
ship between the National Association of Basketball 
Coaches and the American Cancer Society. Williams 
will serve as President of the National Coaches vs. 
Cancer for 2008-09. He was the recipient of the 
organization's Inspiration award for 2008 and was the 
2005 Champion Award winner. 

* 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 Wash- 

ingtonian 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 Chainnan 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 Divi- 
sion I to have led his team to 11 consecutive NCAA 
Tournaments, from 1994-2004. The Terrapins' 2008 
appearance in the NIT marked the 15th 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 55-year history of the ACC Tournament. 

He is one of seven college basketball coaches since 
1980 to guide his alma mater to the Final Four and 
was the first since 1974 to lead his alma mater to a 
national title. 

A winner of nearly 70 percent of his NCAA Tournament 
games while at Maryland, he ranks ninth among active 
coaches in NCAA Tournament winning percentage 
overall (27-14, .659), and eighth in wins (27). 



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* With his 500th win at NC State on March 2, 2003, the 

1968 IVIaryland grad became the sixth ACC alumnus 
in conference history to amass as many as 500 coach- 
ing victories. 

* With a victory over No. 1 North Carolina in Chapel Hill on 

Jan. 19, 2008, he is the w/inningest coach in the nation 
against top-ranked opponents (7). 

* With 397 wins as Maryland's head coach, Williams is only 

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

* With 165 career ACC victories as Maryland's coach, 

Williams ranks as the third-winningest ACC coach in 
terms of conference victories. Only Dean Smith (364, 
North Carolina) and Mike Krzyzewski (264, Duke) have 
more conference wins. 

National Prominence ^^^ 

, For Williams, now in his 20th season, the accomplish- 
ments of the past 15 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 sea- 
sons 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. 20 

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

The excitement of the 2004 ACC Tournament conjured 
images of the Terrapins' NCAA title run only two years 
earlier. Williams followed a remarkable 2001 Final Four 
season by compiling the most wins in Maryland history, 
going 32-4 in 2002. He engineered the school's best 
regular season ever (25-3), its first outright ACC regular 
season title since 1980, its first No. 1 seed in an NCAA 
Tournament, and a return to the Final Four. He earned bill- 
ing 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 
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Coaches Guiding 
Their Alma Maters 
To National 
Championships 




Phoq Alien. 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 Tavlor, 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, Syracu se 1987, 1 996, 2003 
Lou Camesecca, St. John's 1985 



Guy Lewis, Houston 1982, 1983 , 1984 
Eddie Sutton, Oklahoma Sl ate 1995, 2004 

Gary Williams, Maryland 2001. 200 2 

Richard Williams. Mississipp i State 1996 



Roy Williams, North Carolina 



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The Gary Williams File 
Year-By-Year Head Coaching Record 



Year 


School 


W 


Overall 
L Pet. 


Conference 
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 Coli. 


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 


Maryland 


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 
1999-00 


Maryland 
Maryland 


28 
25 


6 

10 


.824 
.714 


13 
11 


3 


.813 


2nd 


NCAA South Region Semifinals (2-1) 


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 




2006-07 


Maryland 


25 


9 


.735 


10 


6 


.625 


T-3rd 


NCAA Midwest Region Second Round (1-1) 


2007-08 


Maryland 


19 


15 


.559 


8 


8 


.500 


T-5th 




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 


19 Years 


Maryland 


397 


215 


.649 


165 


136 


.548 




NCAA- 23-1 1(.676) 


30 Years 


Overall 


604 


343 


.638 


251 


212 


.542 




NCAA -27-1 4 (.659) 





Coaching Honors 

• Naismilh Nalional Coach of the Year Finalist, 1995, 1997, 2002 



• National Coach of the Year, 2002 (Basketball America, CBSSportsline.com) 



• Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of the Year, 2002 



• Victor Award, 2002 (Nalional 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) 
■ Dislrict Coach of Hie Year 2002 (Basketball Times) 



• Seaboard Region Coach of the Year, 1997, 2002 (Basketball Times 8. Eastern Basketball) 



■ National Coach of the Year, 2001 (Playboy) 



• Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of the Year. 2000 (College Hoops Illustrated) 
■ Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of the Year, 1998 (ACC Athlete Umame) 



■ U.S. Olympic Team Selection Committee. 



• Eastern Coach of the Year, 1983 



• National Coach of the Year, second runner-up, 1983 



■ District Coach ot the Year 1981 



International Experience 

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

• Six-game, nine-day lour of France with Maryland basketball team in August of 1994 

• Six-game, nine-day tour of Germany with ACC All-Star Team in July of 1990 



• Eight-game, 12-day tour of Yugoslavia with Big East All-Star Team in July of 1984 




Playing Experience 

• 1965-67. University of Maryland, basketball letterwinner 

• 1964, tJniversity 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 1965 Sugar Bowl Tournament title team and 1966 

Charlotte Invitational Toumament 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 (35), Son-in-law: Geoff Scott, 
Grandchildren: David Geoffrey Scott (born Nov. 15, 1999), 
Lauren Kelly Scott and John William Scoll (born June 19, 
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Vise. The book captures the essence of Williams' arrival 
at Maryland, the Terps' rebuilding 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 w/as one of only five coaches 
to boast a string of 11 consecutive trips to the NCAA Tour- 
nament from 1994-2004. He has produced more than 20 
wins in 10 of his last 14 seasons, and a school-record eight 
straight from 1996-97 to 2003-04. Williams' 16 career 20- 
win seasons places him eighth among active coaches. 

Williams, 397-215 at Maryland, boasts a 604-343 
overall record including four years at American (1979-82), 
four at Boston College (1983-86) and three at Ohio State 
(1987-89). In 30 seasons as a Division I head coach, Wil- 
liams has coached in 15 NCAA Tournaments and guided 
nine different teams to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen. One 
of 26 coaches ever to take three different schools to the 
NCAA Toumament, Williams has guided teams to the NIT 
or NCAA Tournament at each of his four coaching stops. 

During his run of 11 straight NCAA Tournaments at 
Maryland, he forged his way to becoming the winningest 
NCAA Tournament coach in Maryland history with 23 wins 
and 11 losses - nearly 70 percent. He boasts a 27-14 
NCAA Tournament record overall, and has carried Mary- 
land to the Sweet Sixteen in five of the past 11 years. 

Terp Alumnus 

Williams is one of just two 600-win coaches who now 
engineer the programs at their respective alma maters, 
joining Jim Boeheim at Syracuse. With Roy Williams 
of North Carolina, those three also are the only active 
coaches to direct their alma maters to multiple Final Four 
appearances. 

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 and 1968 graduate, Wil- 
liams 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 
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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 397 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 1999 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-competitive Atlantic 
Coast Conference. The Terps have become synonymous 
with Duke and North Carolina among the league's most 
dominant programs, and nationally have become a 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 after just 
his fourth home game as head coach: Dec. 12, 1989 vs. 
Coppin State. The Terps went undefeated against non- 
conference foes during the final 1 2 years of competition at 
Cole Field House, and ran the record to 87 games before 
a five-point loss to No. 14 Florida on Dec. 14, 2002 at 
Comcast Center 

The decade of the 1990s was certainly a decade of 
resurgence for the Maryland basketball team. 

Since Williams' arrival as head coach in the summer of 
1989, the Terps have soared to a level of national promi- 
nence unmatched during the first century of the program 
- and unmatched by the vast majority of programs nation- 
wide. Included among the many superior accomplishments 
during the Williams Era are: a school-record 11 straight 
NCAA Tournament appearances (1 994-04) which included 
consecutive trips to the Final Four, a national crown and 
seven Sweet Sixteen appearances; the 2004 ACC title; 1 1 
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 1 995; 
a school-record 28 victories during the 1 999 season which 
was shattered again with 32 in 2002; four NBA lottery picks, 
one national Playerof the Year, a senior ofthe year and two 
ACC Players of the Year; an ACC Tournament MVP; and 
the first recipient of the nation's Senior CLASS Award. 



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Flashback 

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 FG% FT-FTA F% Rebounds Points 




Year 


GP 


FG-FGA 


FG"/ 


1964-65 


26 


33-87 


.379 


1965-66 23 23-61 .377 


1966-67 25 71-134 .530 


Career 


74 


127-282 


.450 



25-50 .500 

20-42 .476 



3149 .633 



76-141 .539 



80-3.1 91-3.5 

74-3.2 66-2.9 

82-3,3 173-6.9 



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NCAA Division 1 Coaching 
Wins, Active Coaches 

1. Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 


803 


2- Lute Olson, Arizona 


780 


3. Jim Calhoun, Connecticut 


774 


4. Jim Boetieim, Syracuse 


771 


5. Bob Huqqins, West Virginia 


616 


6. Tom Fenders, Houston 


608 


7. Gary Williams, Maryland 


604 


8, Homer Drew, Valparaiso 


593 


9, Roy Williams, Nortti Carolina 


560 


10. Ben Braun, Rice 


556 


Bo Ryan, Wisconsin 


556 


12, Mike Montgomery, California 


547 


Pat Douglass, UC Irvine 


547 


Cliff Ellis, Coastal Carolina 


547 


15. Larry Hunter, Westem Carolina 


543 


Most 20-Win Seasons, 
Active Coaches 

1. Jim Boetieim, Syracuse 


30 


2. Lute Olson, Anzona 


29 


3 Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 


24 


4. Jim Caltioun. Connecticut 


22 


5. Bob Huggins, West Virginia 


20 


6. Roy Williams, l^orth Carolina 


18 


7. Gary Williams, Maryland 


16 


Rick Pitino, Louisivlle 


16 


9. Tubby Smith. Minnesota 


15 


10. John Calipan, Memphis 


14 



Career NCAA Tournament 

Wins, 

Active Coaches 

1. Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 



2. 


Roy Williams, North Carolina 


49 


3. 


Lute Olson, Arizona 


46 


4. 


Jim Calhoun, Connecticut 


41 


5. 


Jim Boeheim, Syracuse 


40 


6. 


Rick Pitino, Louisville 


35 


7. 


Tubby Smith, Minnesota 


29 


8. 


Gary Williams, Maryland 


27 


9. 


Tom Izzo, Michigan Slate 


25 


10. 


John Calipari, Memphis 


23 



Career Wins - All Games 
While At ACC School 



Dean Smith, North Carolina 



Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 



Gary Williams, Maryland 



Bob by Cremins. Georgia Tech 
Lefty Dnesell, Maryland 



Terry Holland, Virginia 



Nomi Sloan, NC Stale 



Frank McGuire, UNC S USC_ 
Dave Odom, Wake Forest 



10, Cari Tacy Wake Forest 


222 


Career Wins - ACC Games 

1. Dean Smith, North Carolina 


364 


2. Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 


285 


3. Gary Williams, Maryland 


165 


4. Frank McGuire. UNC & USC 


142 


5. Bobby Cremins, Georgia Tech 

6. Lefty Dnesell, Maryland 


134 
122 


7. Terry Holland, Virginia 


111 


8, Vic Bubas, Duke 


106 


9. Norm Sloan, NC State 


103 


10. Dave Odom, Wake Forest 


101 



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326 
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Added for good measure are a NBA Co-Rookie of the 
Year in Steve Francis (2000), and a preseason top-five 
ranl<ing 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 15 postseason tournament appear- 
ances. 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 15 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 competitive to the reality 
of 12 NCAA berths, seven Sweet Sixteen appearances, 
two Final Fours and of course, the 2002 NCAA champion- 
ship. 

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 10 
ranking in five seasons, posted a seventh-straight 20-win 
season, recorded a school-record sixth straight finish in the 
upper echelon of the ACC by capturing second place, and 
posted a school-record sixth straight season of double-digit 
ACC victories. The Terrapins helped Williams to his 600th 
career coaching victory at Boston College on February 6, 
2008. 

The 2002 championship itself was a product of maturity 
and steadfast dedication to a common goal - and included 
a magical ride through the final season of play at vener- 
able Cole Field House. Williams molded a cast of seven 
returning players from its national semifinalists of 2001, 
while senior captains Lonny Baxter, Juan Dixon and Byron 
Mouton keyed a consistent effort from the beginning of 
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 eamed 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 1 of their last 1 2 games. Of those 1 0, seven 
nationally ranked foes fell in the Terps' path to the Final 
Four, with their only losses coming to eventual NCAA 
and ACC champion Duke. Local rival Georgetown was 
dispatched in the Sweet Sixteen, and an 87-73 win over 
No. 2-ranked and top-seeded Stanford eamed Maryland 
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The 2000 season may have been one of Williams' 
greatest coaching accomplishments ever - guiding a 
"rebuilding" Ten-apin team to 25 wins, a second straight 
second-place finish in the ACC and its first trip to the con- 
ference 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, William's 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 1975 and only the third time 
in school history that the program had eamed a top five 
final national ranking. Maryland peaked at No. 2 as it won 
its first 10 games of the season, and its No. 2 seed in the 
NCAA Tournament matched the highest tournament seed 
in school 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 1983 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 25 winning records in 30 seasons, but by 29 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 
history to lead a team into the postseason in his first year. 




Turnaround 
Under Williams 

Last 1 1 Years Overall 



ACC 



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 




324 (.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) 


2006-07 




25-9 (.735) 


10-6 (.625) 


2007-08 




19-15 (.559) 


8-8 (.500) 


Totals 


280-122 (.697) 


122-70 (.635) 


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. 


School 


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 


2006-07 


25 


9 


735 


Maryland 


1999-00 


25 


10 


714 


Maryland 


2000-01 


25 


11 


694 


Maryland 


1980-81 


24 


6 


800 


American 


Winning Pet. 
Under Williams 

Season W L Pet 


School 


2001-02 


32 


4 


889 


Maryland 


1998-99 


28 


6 


824 


Maryland 


1980-81 


24 


6 


800 


American 


1982-33 


25 


7 


781 


Boston College 


1994-95 


25 


8 


765 


Maryland 


2006-07 


25 


9 


735 


Maryland 


1999-00 


25 


10 


714 


Maryland 


1981-82 


21 


9 


700 


American 


Williams in The 
Postseason 

Event GP W 


L Pet 


NCAA 




41 27 


14 .659 


NIT 




21 12 


9 .571 


ACC 




32 15 


17 .469 


Biq East 




6 2 


4 .333 


East Coast 




7 3 


4 .429 


Totals 




107 59 


48 .551 



Williams' Milestone 
Victories 



victory # Opponent Score 


School 


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 State 


No. 200 Northwestern, 100-89 


Ohio State 


No. 250 #10 North Carolina, 82-80 


Maryland 


No, 300 at NC State, 84-67 


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 


No. 600 Boston College. 70-65 


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 


2007 41 


13 


2008 66 


59 


Williams vs. the ACC 
(includes all games) 

School Last 5 Years 


Last 10 Years 


Boston College 2-4 


24 


Clemson 6-5 


15-5 


Duke 6-7 


9-17 


Florida Slate 6-4 


174 


Georgia Tech 7-3 


16-5 


Miami 1-5 


1-5 


North Carolina 5-6 


11-12 


NC Stale 7-4 


17-6 


Virginia 7-5 


15-6 


Virginia Tech 2-4 


24 


Wake Forest 64 


13-7 


Totals 55-51 (.519) 


118-75 (.611) 



2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACC CHAMPIONS 



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 (1965), can boast a higher first-year 
improvement in the win column. 

A 1968 graduate of Maryland, Williams lettered as the 
Terps' starting point guard from 1 965-67 under head coach 
Bud Millikan, serving as team captain during his senior 
season. It was as a player in the ACC that Williams began 
developing his basketball philosophy. Playing beside 
three-year teammates Joe Harrington and Jay McMillen, 
he studied the game under Millikan, and it was then that 
he developed his penchant for the full-court pressure de- 
fenses 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 Har- 
rington as graduate students at Maryland under freshman 
coach Tom Davis. The 1969 freshman team finished with 
a 1 2-4 record as Williams bonded with Davis in a relation- 
ship 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 be- 
fore 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 champion- 
ship, and played in the NIT Williams was named the district 
coach of the year. American retumed 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 toumament, and the Eagles have not retumed 
since. Williams' four-year record at AU was 7242. 

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 Toumament, Williams 
directed the Eagles to the Sweet 1 6. He finished third in the 
ballofing 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 Toumament 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 temi 
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 
Mewed when he left Columbus for College Park. 




Coach Williams rolled into 
last year's Maryland Madness 
in style in a Lambourghini. 




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Lauren, John and David are frequent guests at Comcast 
Center to root on their grandfather's team. 



200B-03 MEDIA S 
RECRUITING G U I t>E 




The Williams' Influence 



NBA First-Round Draft Picics 




Chris Wilcox - 

2002 -No. 8 overall (L) 
Los Angeles Clippers 



Keitii Bootii 

1997 -No. 28 overall 
Chicago Bulls 



Wait Wiiliams 

1992 'No. 7 overall (L) 
Sacramento Kings 




Juan Dixon '' 

2002 -No. 17 overall 
Washington Wizards 







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Joe Smitii * 

1995 • No. 1 overall (L) 
Golden State Wamors 



Jerrod Mustaf 

1990 -No. 17 overall 
NevK York Knicks 




Steve Francis * 

1999 -No. 2 overall (L) 
Vancouver Grizzlies 




Jim Jaclison * 

1992 • No. 5 overall (L) 
Dallas Mavericks 




Dennis Hopson 

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



Former Assistants 
In Ciiarge 

Randy Ayers 

Assistant to Williams for ttiree years at Ohio State. Head coach at 
Ohio State for eight years, and was the head coach of the Philadelphia 
76ers during the 2003 season. After wori<ing as an assistant coach 
, for the Oriando Magic in 2006, he is cunently an assistant for the 
Washington Wizards. 
Randy Ayers 

Ricli Barnes 

Assistant to Williams for one year at Ohio State. Has been the head 
coach at George Mason, Providence and Clemson. Cunently the 
head coach at Texas. 

Paui Brazeau RickBan«s 

Assistant to Williams for one year at Boston College and three years 
at Ohio State. Formeriy the head coach at Hartford. 

Jim Cleamons 

Assistant to Williams at Ohio State and a former head coach at Youngstown State. Former 
head coach of the Dallas Mavericks, and a fomier assistant and NBA Champion with the 
Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers. After working as an assistant coach for the New 
Orleans Hornets for two years he returned to Phil Jackson's staff v»ith the Lakers. 

Dave Diclierson 

Assistant to Williams at Maryland for nine years and a fonner Terrapin 
player. Cunently head coach at Tulane. 



Dave Dickerson 

Fran Dunpiiy 

Assistant to Williams at American University. After spending 17 years as head coach at 
the University of Pennsylvania, he is now the head coach at Temple. 

Fran Frasciiilla 

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

Billy Hahn 

Assistant to Williams for 1 2 years at Maryland. Former head coach at Ohio University and 
LaSalle. Cunently worics an assistant at West Virginia. 

Chris Knoche 

Assistant to 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. Former head coach 
at (^tholic, cuffent head coach at Vermont. 

Jimmy Patsos ",>; -' 

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



^ Art Perry 



Jimmy Patsos 



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



Ed Tapscott 

Assistant to Williams at American, who later served as the head coach at AU. Former vice 
president of the New Yort( Knicks. Fomier President and CEO of the Chariotte Bobcats, he 
now works as the Director of Player Development for the Washington Wizarts. 



L - Lottery selection; * - recruited by Williams 





2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2GG4 ACC CHAMPIONS" 



Williams' Career Record Vs. Opponents 



Opponent Career 


Home 


atUM 


Home 


at OSU atSC 


atAU 


First 


Last 


Air Force 


1-0 


0-0 








1-0 


1979^0 (AU) 




Akron 


1-0 


0-0 






1-0 




1986^9 (OSU) 




Alabama 


0-1 


0-0 








0-1 


1978-79 (AU) 




Alcorn State 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1989-90 (UM) 




American 


11-1 


11-1 


11-1 


11-1 






1990-91 (UM) 


2007-08 (UM) 


Arizona 


0-3 


0-0 


0-2 




0-1 




1985-66(60 


2001-02 (UM) 


NCAAToumament:0-1('98UM, 


79-87) 












Arizona State 


0-1 


0-0 


0-1 


0-0 






1994-95 (UM) 




Arkansas 


1-1 


M 


1-0 


(H) 


0-1 




1986-87 (OSU) 


200506 (UM) 


Amiy 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 


0-0 






1989-90 (UM) 




Auburn 


0-1 


0-0 






0-1 




1985-66(60 




Auqusta College 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1989-90 (UM) 




AU-Puerto Rico 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 


0-0 






1998-99 (UM) 




Ball State 


1-0 


0-0 






1-0 




1987-88 (OSU) 




Baltimore 


2-0 


1-0 








2-0 


1978-79 (AU) 


1979^0 (AU) 


Bentley 


1-0 


1-0 






1-0 




1982-83(60 




Boston College 


2-5 


1-1 


2-5 


1-1 






1990-91 (UM) 


2007-08 (UM) 


Boston University 


1-1 


1-0 


1-1 


1-0 






1989-90 (UM) 


1990-91 (UM) 


Bowling Green 


1-0 


1-0 






1-0 




1986-87 (OSU) 




Bradley 


0-1 


0-0 








0-1 


1981-82 (AU) 




Brown 


3-0 


1-0 






3-0 




1982-83 (BO 


1984-85(60 


Bucknell 


4-2 


3-1 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


2-2 


1978-79 (AU) 


1994-95 (UM) 


Butler 


0-1 




0-1 








2005-07 (UM) 




NCAA Tournament: 0-1 


('07 UM, 62-59) 












California 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 


M 






1996-97 (UM) 




Catholic 


4-0 


2-0 








4-0 


1978-79 (AU) 


1981-82 (AU) 


Central Florida 


1-0 


0-0 








1-0 


1978-79 (AU) 




Central Michigan 


1-0 


1-0 






1-0 




1987-88 (OSU) 




Chaminade 


2-0 


0-0 


2-0 


00 






1994-95 (UM) 


200506 (UM) 


Charlotte 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 


M 






2007-08 (UM) 




Chicago State 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 






1996-97 (UM) 


2000-01 (UM) 


Cincinnati 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 


0-0 






1994-95 (UM) 




Citadel 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






2002-03 (UM) 




Clemson 


23-16 


13-5 


23-16 


13-5 






1989-90 (UM) 


2007-08 (UM) 


Cleveland State 


1-0 


^0 






1-0 




1987-88 (OSU) 




Coastal Carolina 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






199900 (UM) 




Colgate 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1994-95 (UM) 




CollOfCharieston 


0-1 


0-0 


0-1 


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(60 




Connecticut 


8-5 


3-1 


2-2 


0-0 


0-1 6-2 




1982-83 (BC) 


2001-02 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 1-1 


('95 UM, 


89-99); C02 UM, 


90-82) 








Coppin State 


0-1 


0-1 


0-1 


0-1 






1989-90 (UM) 




Cornell 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1993-94 (UM) 




Creiqhton 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 


0-0 






1998-99 (UM) 




NCAA Tournament: 1-0 


('99 UM, 


75-63) 












Daiidson 


2-0 


0^] 


2-0 


00 






2004-05 (UM) 


2006^)7 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 1-0 (07 UM, 82-70) 


Dayton 


1-3 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 


1-2 




1985-87 (OSU) 


2000-01 (UM) 


Delaware 


5-0 


3-0 


1-0 


1-0 




4-0 


1978-79 (AU) 


2007-08 (UM) 


Delaware State 


4-0 


4-0 


4-0 


4-0 






1989-90 (UM) 


2005-06 (UM) 


DePaul 


2-0 


0-0 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 




1988^9 (OSU) 


1998-99 (UM) 


Detroit 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






2001-02 (UM) 




Diexel 


4-3 


2-0 








4-3 


1978-79 (AU) 


1981-82 (AU) 


Duke 


14-32 


7-13 


13-32 


7-13 


1-0 




1984-85 (60 


2007-08 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 1-1 ('85 BC, 74-73); fOI UM, 84-95) 


Duquesne 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 


2-0 






1998-99 (UM) 


2002-03 (UM) 


E. Tennessee State 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 


0-0 






1989-90 (UM) 




Evansville 


0-1 


0-0 


0-1 


0^1 






1991-92 (UM) 




FairHeld 


1-0 


1-0 






1-0 




1982-83(60 




Fairieigh Dickinson 


3-0 


3-0 


3^ 


3-0 






1997-98 (UM) 


2005-06 (UM) 


Florida 


3-3 


0-1 


1-1 


0-1 


2-2 




198667 (OSU) 


200304 (UM) 


Florida A&M 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






2005-07 (UM) 




Florida Internationa 


2-0 


2-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 




198667 (OSU) 


1997-98 (UM) 


Florida State 


26-9 


13-3 


26-9 


13-3 






1991-92 (UM) 


2007-08 (UM) 


Fordham 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






2006-07 (UM) 




George Mason 


5-0 


2-0 


5^ 


2-0 






1989-90 (UM) 


20044)5 (UM) 


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


George Washington 


6-6 


1-1 


44 


(HI 




2-2 


1978-79 (AU) 


2005-06 (UM) 


Georgetown 


3-12 


0-3 


2-0 


0-0 


0-1 1-7 


04 


1978-79 (AU) 


2000-01 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 1-1 


('87 OSU 


, 79-82); ('01 iSH 


, 76-66) 








Georgia 


0-1 


0-0 


0-1 


0-0 






1996-97 (UM) 




Geonjia State 


1-0 


0-0 


1-0 


0-0 






2000-01 (UM) 




NCAA Tournament: 1-0 


fOIUM, 79-60) 












Georgia Tech 


22-16 


13-5 


22-16 


13-5 






1989-90 (UM) 


2007-08 (UM) 


Gettysburg 


2-0 


0-0 








2-0 


1979-80 (AU) 


1980-81 (AU) 



Opponent 


;areer 


Home 


atUM 


Home at OSU 


atBC 


atAU First 


Last 


Gonzaga 


1-2 


0-0 


1-2 


00 






1994-95 (UM 


;:■:;-;; _',' 


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












Hampton 


34) 


34) 


34) 


30 






20024)3 (UM) 


20074)8 (UM) 


Hartfottj 


1-0 


14) 








14) 


1984«(BO 




Harvard 


2-0 


14) 










24) 198081 (AU) 


1981-82 (AU) 


Hawaii 


1-0 


00 


14) 


00 






1996-97 (UM) 




High Point 


1-0 


141 


14) 


14) 






200607 (UM) 




Hofstra 


7-1 


44) 


34) 


24) 






4-1 1978-79 (AU) 


200J«4(UM) 


Holy Cross 


54) 


34) 


14) 


14) 




40 


1982-83(80) 


20074)8 (UM) 


Howard 


4-0 


AO 


34) 


30 


14) 




1986-87 (OSU) 


199097(UM) 


Illinois 


6-6 


2-2 


5-1 


14) 


1-5 




198087 (OSU) 


20074)8 (Ukfl 


NCAA Tournament: 1-0 f98 UM. 67-61) 


Indiana 


1-B 


0-3 


1-1 


OO 


06 


01 


198J64{80 


20024)3 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament 1-0 


r02UM 


64-52) 












lona 


2-0 


14) 


24) 


14) 






19994)0 (UM) 


200607 (UM) 


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


Iowa 


4-3 


2-1 


14) 


OO 


3-3 




198087 (OSU) 


199000 (UM) 


Iowa Stale 


1-0 


04) 








14) 


198J84(BO 




Jackson State 


1-0 


14) 


14) 


14) 






20044)5 (UM) 




Jacksonville 


2-1 


14) 


1-1 


14) 


14) 




198667 (OSU) 


199091 (UM) 


James Madison 


0-1 


0-0 










01 197OB0(AU) 




Kansas 


34) 


04) 


24) 


00 


14) 




198087 (OSU) 


20014)2 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 1-0 r02 UM, 97-88) 


Kent Slate 


14) 


14) 






14) 




198869 (OSU) 




Kentucfcy 


3-3 


14) 


2-3 


14) 


14) 




198667 (OSU) 


20014)2 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 2-0 


f87 OSU, 91-77); f02UM 


78-68) 








Lafayette 


6-1 


4-1 


2-0 


24) 


14) 




3-1 1978-79 (AU) 


199097 (UM) 


LaSaHe 


4-2 


2-1 


24) 


14) 






2-2 1978-79 (AU) 


1994-95 (UM) 


Lehigh 


5-1 


34) 


14) 


14) 






4-1 1978-79 (AU) 


20074)8 (UM) 


Ubetty 


14) 


14) 


14) 


14) 






20044)5 (UM) 




Long 6each State 


14) 


04) 






14) 




1987-88 (OSU) 




Louisville 


3-1 


14) 


JO 


14) 


14) 




198869 (OSU) 


200001 (UM) 


Loyola (Md.) 


34) 


34) 


30 


34) 






1993-94 (UM) 


20024)3 (UM) 


Maine 


24) 


14) 








24) 


198J84(BO 


198566(80) 


Manhattan 


0-1 


00 


01 


OO 






200&O6{UM) 




Maryland 


0-2 


OO 








01 


01 198081 (AU) 


198J«(BC) 


Md.-Baltimore Co. 


124) 


124) 


114) 


114) 


14) 




1987-88 (OSU) 


20024)3 (UM) 


Md.-Eastem Shore 


W) 


50 


54) 


54) 






1991-92 (UM) 


200JO4(UM) 


Massachusetts 


24 


OO 


24 


OO 






1989-90 (UM) 


199097 (UKfl 


NCAA Tournament 1-0 f94 UM, 9567) 


Memphis 


1-1 


OO 


14) 


04) 




01 


198465 (BC) 200405 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament 0-1 


f85BC, 57-59) 












Mercer 


14) 


14) 


14) 


14) 






20044)5 (UM) 




Miami 


1-5 


1-1 


1-5 


1-1 






20044)5 (UM) 


20074)8 (UM) 


Miami (OH) 


14) 


14) 


143 


14) 






20024)3 (UM) 




Michigan 


3-5 


2-1 


1-1 


00 


24 




198667 (OSU) 


200001 (UM) 


NCAA Toumaraent 0-1 


r94UM, 71-78) 












Michigan State 


54 


2-0 


1-1 


OO 


3-3 


14) 


1984^(80 


20DO07(UM) 


NCAA Tournament 0-1 f03 UM. 58-60) 


Minnesota 


6-2 


3-1 


24) 


14) 


4-2 




198087 (OSU) 


20074)8 (UM) 


Missouri 


1-2 


14) 


1-2 


14) 






1995-96 (UM) 


20074)8 (UM) 


Missouri-Kansas City 1-0 


14) 


14) 


14) 






200007 (UM) 




Missouri-Sl Louis 


14) 


14) 






14) 




1987-88 (OSU) 




Monmouth 


14) 


14) 


14) 


14) 






20014)2 (UM) 




Morgan State 


44) 


44) 


40 


44) 






1992-93 (UM) 


20074)8 (UM) 


Mount SL Mary's 


54) 


5-0 


54) 


50 






1991-92 (UM) 


200007 (UM) 


Navy 


24 


2-2 










24 197079 (AU) 


1981-62 (AU) 


Nebraska 


34) 


14) 






30 




1987-88 (OSU) 


98669 (OSU) 


New Hampshire 


54) 


34) 








44) 


14) 198(}61 (AU) 


138S66(BC) 


New Mexico 


1-1 


04) 






1-1 




1987-88 (OSU) 


987-88 (OSU) 


Nicholls State 


14) 


14) 


14) 


14) 






20054)6 (UM) 




Norfolk State 


24) 


24) 


24) 


24) 






200001 (UMl 


i:c'-:z '.'.'■ 


North Carolina 


17-24 


108 


17-24 


108 






^m■^am 


;::"-:: j.' 


NC State 


30-11 


16-2 


3011 


15-2 






198O90(UM) 


2007-06 {M} 


North Florida 


14) 


14) 


14) 


14) 






20074)8 (UM) 




North Texas 


14) 


14) 


14) 


14) 






1998-99 (UM) 




Northeastern 


40 


24) 


14) 


14) 




JO 


1982-83(60 


20074)8 (UM) 


Northwestem 


5-1 


30 






5-1 




1986-87 (OSU) 1988-89 (OSU) 


Notre Dame 


1-3 


00 


1-2 


00 




01 


1983-84(80 


200007 (UM) 


Ohio 


24) 


24) 


14) 


14) 


14) 




198087 (OSU) 


20074)8 (UM) 


Ohio Stale 


14) 


04) 








14) 


198566(80) 




Oklahoma 


2-3 


14) 


2-2 


14) 


01 




198089 (OSU) 


20014)2 (UM) 


Old Dominion 


24) 


OO 






14) 




14) 198061 (AU) 


987-88 (OSU) 


Oral Roberts 


14) 


OO 


14) 


OO 






200405 (UM) 




Penn Stale 


0-1 


OO 


01 


00 






1989-90 (UM) 




Pennsylvania 


24) 


OO 


24) 


00 






199097 (UM) 


200001 (UM) 


Peppeniine 


14) 


14) 


14) 


14) 






200304 (UM) 





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Opponent Career 


Home atUM 


Home atOSU 


atSC 


atAU 


First 


Last 


Pittsburqti 7-3 


3-1 2-0 


00 


5-3 




1982-83 (BC) 


1998-99 (UM) 


Pnnceton 3-0 


0-0 2-0 


to 


1-0 




1982-83 (BC) 


2001-02 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 1-0 ('83 BC, 51-42) 


Providence 54 


2-2 1-0 


0^) 


44 




1982-83 (BC) 


1991-92 (UM) 


Puqet Sound 1-0 


1-0 




1-0 




1983-84 (BC) 




Purdue 2-4 


2-1 


2-4 






1985-87 (OSU) 


1988-89 (OSU) 


Radford 1-0 


1-0 


1-0 






1988-89 (OSU) 




Randolph-Mac»n 3^ 


2-0 




1-0 


2-0 


1980-81 (AU) 


1984-85 (BC) 


Rtiode Island 4-0 


2-0 




4-0 




1982-83 (BC) 


1985-86 (BO 


Richmond 1-0 


1-0 






1-0 


1980-81 (AU) 




Rider 9-0 


5^ Jfl 


3^ 




M 


1978-79 (AU) 


1995-96 (UM) 


Rutgers 1-2 


to 1-1 


0-0 




0-1 


1980-81 (AU) 


1991-92 (UM) 


Sacramento State 1-0 


0-0 1-0 


00 






1989-90 (UM) 




Saint Louis 1-0 


0-0 1-0 


00 






1993-94 (UM) 




NCAA Tournament: 1-0 


(■94 UM, 74-66) 












St Bonaventure 0-1 


00 






0-1 


1979-80 (AU) 




SL Jotms 6-9 


2-0 1-1 


00 1-1 


4-6 


0-1 


1978-79 (AU) 


20064)7 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 0-1 


('99 UM, 62-76) 












St. Joseph's 2-4 


0-2 




1-0 


14 


1978-79 (AU) 


1983-84(60 


SLMarv's(Md.) 3-0 


3^ 






yo 


1978-79 (AU) 


1981-82 (AU) 


SI Michael's 1-0 


1-0 




1-0 




1982-83(60 




San Francisco 1-0 


0-0 1-0 


00 






199900 (UM) 




Santa Clara 0-1 


0-0 0-1 


0^) 






1995-96 (UM) 




NCAA Tournament: 0-1 


f96UM, 79-91) 












Savannah State 1-0 


1-0 1-0 


1-0 






2007-08 (UM) 




Selon Hall 7-2 


4-0 




7-2 




1982-83 (BC) 


1985^6(60 


Siena 3-0 


2-0 2-0 


1-0 1-0 






1986^7 (OSU) 


20064)7 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 1-0 


('02 UM, 85-70) 












South Alabama 1-0 


frO 






1-0 


1981-82 (AU) 




South Carolina 1-4 


OO 1-3 


04) 0-1 






1988-89 (OSU) 


20044)5 (UM) 


South Carolina State 1-0 


1-0 1-0 


1-0 






1998-99 (UM) 




South Florida 2-0 


1-0 2-0 


1-0 






1989-90 (UM) 


1990-91 (UM) 


Southern California 2-0 


1-0 2-0 


1-0 






1989-90 (UM) 


1990-91 (UM) 


Stanford 2-0 


0-0 2-0 


0-0 






1998-99 (UM) 


20004)1 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 1-0 


('01 UM, 87-73) 












Stetson 1-0 


0-0 






1-0 


1978-79 (AU) 




Stonehill 3-0 


3-0 




U 




1982-83(80 


1984-85 (60 


Stony Brook 1-0 


1-0 1-0 


1-0 






200001 (UM) 




Syracuse 3-11 


1-1 0-2 


00 


3-8 


0-1 


1978-79 (AU) 


2007-08 (UM) 


NCAA Tournament: 0-1 


(•04 UM, 70-72) 












Temple 4-5 


1-2 3-2 


1-0 




1-3 


1978-79 (AU) 


20054)6 (UM) 


Tennessee 0-1 


0-0 






0-1 


1981-02 (AU) 




Texas 1-0 


0-0 1-0 


0-0 






1994-95 (UM) 




NCAA Tournament: 1-0 


(■95 UM, 82-68) 












Texas A&MCC 1-0 


1-0 1-0 


1-0 






200506 (UM) 




Texas Christian 2-0 


0-0 1-0 


0-0 


1-0 




1984-85(60 


20044)5 (UM) 


Texas-El Paso 1-0 


0-0 1-0 


0-0 






20034)4 (UM) 




NCAA Toumament: 1-0 


('04 UM, 86-83) 













Opponent Career 


Home 


atUM 


Home at OSU 


atBC 


atAU 


First 


Last 


Texas Tech 14) 


04) 






14) 




1984-85 (60 




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


Toledo 0-1 


00 








0-1 


1980-81 (AU) 




Towson 100 


74) 


74) 


54) 




34) 


1979-80 (AU) 


1996-97 (UM) 


Trenton State 14) 


14) 








14) 


1978-79 (AU) 




Tulane 14) 


04) 


14) 


00 






199900 (UM) 




UC Irvine 14) 


14) 


14) 


14) 






1990-91 (UM) 




UCLA 1-3 


04) 


1-3 


04) 






1995-96 (UM) 


20074)8 (UM) 


NCAA Toumament: 0-1 


('00 UM, 70-105) 












UNCAsheville 2-0 


24) 


24) 


24) 






1997-98 (UM) 


20044)5 (UM) 


UNC GreenstMro 2-0 


24) 


24) 


24) 






1991-92 (UM) 


20034)4 (UM) 


UNC Wilmington 3-0 


14) 


24) 


14) 




14) 


1981-82 (AU) 


20024)3 (UM) 


NCAA Toumament: 1-0 ('03 UM, 75-73) 


Utah 14) 


04) 


14) 


04) 






1994-95 (UM) 




Utah State 14) 


00 


14) 


04) 






1997-98 (UM) 




NCAA Toumament: 1-0 


('98 UM, 82-68) 












USca 14) 


14) 






14) 




1985-86 (60 




Valdosta State 14) 


0-0 






14) 




1985-86 (60 




Valparaiso 14) 


0-0 


14) 


04) 






1998-99 (UM) 




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


Vanderbilt 1-0 


04) 




14) 






1988-89 (OSU) 




Vennont 14) 


14) 


14) 


14) 






20064)7 (UM) 




Villanova 3-5 


2-1 






3-5 




1982-83 (BC) 


198^86(60 


Virginia 23-17 


15-5 


23-16 


15-5 


0-1 




1982-83 (BO 


20074)8 (UM) 


NCAA Toumament: 0-1 


('83 BC, 92-95) 












VCU 0-1 


04) 


0-1 


00 






20074)8 (UM) 




VMI 14) 


14) 


14) 


14) 






200506 (UM) 




Virginia Tech 44 


3-1 


44 


3-1 






1989-90 (UM) 


20074)8 (UM) 


Wagner 14) 


14) 


14) 


14) 






2002-03 (UM) 




Wake Forest 23-18 


11-5 


21-16 


11-5 


24) 


0-2 


1979-80 (AU) 


20074)8 (UM) 


Washington College 14) 


14) 








14) 


198M1 (AU) 




West Chester State 44) 


24) 








44) 


1978-79 (AU) 


1981-82 (AU) 


West Virginia 1-5 


1-1 


1-3 


14) 




0-2 


1978-79 (AU) 


20034)4 (UM) 


Western Carolina 2-0 


24) 


24) 


24) 






1998-99 (UM) 


200506 (UM) 


Western Kentucky 0-1 


00 






0-1 




1982-83 (60 




Western Michigan 3-0 


24) 




34) 






198^87 (OSU) 


198^89 (OSU) 


William & Mary 5-0 


3-0 


14) 


1-0 




44) 


1978-79 (AU) 


20014)2 (UM) 


Whittier 1-0 


14) 








14) 


1981-82 (AU) 




Winthrop 24) 


2-0 


24) 


24) 






199900 (UM) 


2006-07 (UM) 


Wisconsin 74 


4-0 


2-3 


14) 4-2 


14) 




1985-86(60 


2004-05 (UM) 


NCAA Toumament: 1-0 


('02 UM, 87-57) 












Wyoming 0-1 


0-0 








0-1 


1981-82 (AU) 




Xavier 1-0 


04) 


14) 


04) 






20024)3 (UM) 




NCAA Toumament: 1-0 


('03 UM, 77-64) 














Totals: Career 




atUM 


at OSU 




atAU 






604-343 


397-215 


5941 




7242 






Totals: 


Home 




Home 


atBC 










346-94 




?47-56 


7&45 










Williams in The Community 



The Terrapins head coach is an active memberof 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 offsea- 
son 

In July of 2004, University President CD. Mote Jr. appointed 
Williams to co-chair the scholarship component of Maryland's on- 
going SI billion Great Expectations campaign. Williams, along with 
journalist Connie Chung and technology entrepreneur Buno Pati 
serve as co-chairs of the scholarship campaign, which is working 
to raise S350 million. In addition to a pledge of a half-million dollars 
of his own for academic scholarships at the university. Williams 
represents the University at various functions and perfomis vari- 
ous networking duties to spearhead the fund-raising effort. 

During the summer of 2006, Williams participated in Opera- 
tion Hardwood, a goodwill tour to support the Amencan troops 
sen/ing in the Middle East. He spent a week touring the Persian 
Gulf region and coaching basketball teams made up of the best 
military players. 

Williams served as the commencement speaker al the gradu- 
ation 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' recent charity 
work has benefited: 

Coaches vs. Cancer, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Great Expectations Campaign, 

National Autism Research, National Physical Education Council. 

Operation Hardwood. The Salvation Army and The Babe Ruth Museum 



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 Amencan Cancer 
Society. The coaches participating in this program are dedicated 
to fighting cancer through increased support for research, patient 
sen/ices, and prevention education. 

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

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




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THIRDSEASON AT MARYLAND 



Former Terp shooting guard and Maryland alunnnus 
-Chuck Driesell enters his third season on head coach Gary 
Williams' staff. Driesell, who is respected as a recruiter, has 
gone head-to-head with schools from the Atlantic Coast 
Conference, Southeastern Conference and the Big East. 
He brings 18 years of collegiate coaching experience to 
the Terps' program where his father, the legendary Charles 
lefty" Driesell, coached from 1969-86. 

During his first season on staff in 2006-07, the Terrapins 
posted a 25-9 record. Maryland went 1 0-6 in ACC play and 
advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. 
An integral part of the coaching staff, Driesell works as the 
lead recruiting coordinator for the Terps. In addition, he is 
responsible for advance scouting, player development, 
and game preparation. 

Driesell joined the Maryland staff after serving as head 
coach at Bishop Ireton High School from 2004 to 2006. 
During that time he coached current Terrapin Shane 



Walker. Prior to his stint at Bishop Ireton, he was an as- 
sistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Georgetown 
University in 2003-04. Driesell spent six seasons (1997- 
2003) as head coach at Marymount University (Division III) 
in Arlington, 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 sea- 
sons 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 Association 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 Toumament, 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 lettentfinner 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 Tournament appear- 
ances 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. Fol- 
lowing 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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Coaching Experience 

1985-88 Head Coach, United States Naval 

Prep Scliool 



1988-97 


Assistant Coach, James Madison 
University 


1997-03 


Head Coach, Marymount University 


2003-04 


Assistant Coach, Georgetown 
University 


2004-06 


Head Coach, Bishop Ireton High 
School 


2006-present 


Assistant Coach, University of 
Maryland 


Head Coaching Positions 

1 988-88 Head Coach, United States Naval 
Prep School 


1997-03 


Head Coach, Marymount University 


2004-06 


Head Coach, Bishop Ireton High 
School 


Assistant Coaching Positions 

1 988-97 Assistant Coach , James Madison 
University 


2003-04 


Assistant Coach, Georgetown 
University 


2006-07 


Assistant Coach, Maryland Terrapins 
NCAA Second Round 


2007-08 


Assistant Coach, Maryland Terrapins 
NIT Second Round 


Playing Experience 

1 981 -85 University of Maryland, basketball 
letterwinner 


Personal 

Education: 


Maryland, bachelor's degree in busi- 
ness marketing 


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In his fifth season on Gary Williams' coaching staff, for- 
mer Terrapin Ail-American and NBA World Champion Keith 
Booth is back to the place he called home from 1 994-97. A 
powerful and versatile athlete from his playing days in the 
post, Booth led the Terrapins to four NCAA Tournaments, 
including a pair of Sweet Sixteen appearances, and in 
1994 began Maryland's streak of 11 consecutive NCAA 
berths that ran from 1994 to 2004. 

Booth assists with the daily operations of the men's 
basketball program, including recruiting, advance scout- 
ing, player development, and game preparation. During 
his time on staff, the Terrapins have won no fewer than 
19 games and posted 25 wins in 2006-07. 

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 1 5 players to have his jersey 
honored above the Terps' home court at Comcast Center 
In October of 2008, Booth was inducted into the University 
of Maryland Athletics Hall of Fame. 

Charm City Connection 

The Baltimore, Md., native's decision to attend the 
University out of Dunbar High School was considered one 
of the major recruiting windfalls for Williams and the Terps 
in the mid-1990s. As a 6-foot-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 recruit during my 
years here in terms of getting our basketball program to the 
national level," said Williams when Booth was introduced 
as an assistant coach at his alma mater. "Keith always 
achieved success against larger opponents, and his 
competitive attitude will carry over to our players." 

As a senior at Dunbar, Booth was a Parade and Mc- 
Donald's Ail-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. Ayear earlier. Booth led 
his Dunbar squad to a 29-0 record as a junior, helping the 
team to a N0.I national ranking by USA Today. 

It was Booth's decision to attend Maryland that revived 
the Terps' recruiting pipeline to talent-rich Baltimore. Ter- 
rapin 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 depart- 
ment's Academic Support and Career Development to 
ensure that the team's academic responsibilities are met. 
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 Ciianipion 

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

Booth's teams appeared in two NCAA Sweet Sixteens, 
finishing his sophomore season as ACC regular season 
co-champions and ranked No. 10 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 
28th 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 1998. Booth 
had his best NBA game on March 30, 1999, 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 rediscov- 
ered his love of coaching while managing a middle school 
baseball team in Baltimore. 



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2004-present Assistant Coacli, 
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Assistant Coaciiing Positions 

2004-05 Assistant Coacti, Maryland Terrapins 

NIT Semifinals 

2005-06 Assistant Coach, Maryland Terrapins 

NIT Tournament 

2006-07 Assistant Coach, Maryland Terrapins 

NCAA Second Round 

2007-08 Assistant Coach, Maryland Terrapins 

NIT Second Round 



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International Experience 

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

Playing Experience 

1994-97, University of M aryland, basketball letteoAfinner 
1997-99. Chicago Bulls 

Playing Honors 

AP th ird te am All-America selection, 1997 

AII-ACC first-team selection. 1997 

1i98 NB A World Champion 

Personal 

Education: University of Maryland 2003, B,S, in 

Criminology and Criminal Justice 

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FOURTH YEAR AT MARYLAND 



• Robert Ehsan's fourth season on the University of 
Maryland men's basketball staff will find him having moved 
to an assistant coach position, continuing his upward 
progression with the Terps. 

After two seasons as a graduate assistant, Ehsan 
moved up last year to the spot of assistant recruiting 
coordinator. This season, his areas of responsibilities 
include working with the department's compliance office, 
assisting with scheduling and providing training and 
practice schedules. 

Ehsan is responsible for maintaining the Terrapins' 
recruiting database and works closely with the Gary Wil- 
liams summer camps and golf toumament. 

"Robert is one of the top young assistants in college 
basketball," said head coach Gary Williams, regarding the 
former graduate assistant. "He has been a tremendous 
asset for our program working with academics, advance 
scouting, player development and game management." 



The Terrapins have been to the postseason in each 
of the past four years and have a record of 82-50 with 
Ehsan on staff. 

Last season, the Terps made pulled one of the nation's 
stunning upsets with a victory at No. 1 -ranked North 
Carolina. In 2006-07, the Terps finished 25-9, including a 
10-6 mark in league play Maryland's 25 victories marked 
the fourth-highest win total in school history and four Terps 
earned all-conference honors following the season. 

Ehsan played four seasons at the University of Califor- 
nia, Davis. He started his last two seasons for the Aggies 
and was the team captain in his senior year. Ehsan finished 
23rd in the nation in free-throw percentage as a junior for 
Davis, which was 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. Ehsan completed a master's of business 
administration from UMUC in April 2008. A native of Sac- 
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Coaching Experience 

2005-present Universily of Maryland 

Assistant Coaching Positions 

2005-07 Graduate Assistant, University of 

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2007-08 Assistant Recruiting Coordinator, 

University of Maryland 

2008-present Assistant Coacfi, University of 
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Playing Experience 



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' Troy Wainwright, the director of basketball operations, 
is in his 1 3th 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 opera- 
tions of the team, including budgetary matters, team travel, 
on-campus housing and dining contracts. In addition, 
Wainwright is responsible for non-conference scheduling 
and works with the conference office to coordinate the 
Terps' ACC schedule. 

A native of Berlin, Md., Wainwright has played an 
integral role in the Terps' success since his arrival. The 
Terps have appeared in the NCAAToumament nine times, 
won the NCAA championship in 2002 and captured the 
ACC title in 2004. Maryland has averaged over 20 wins 
during his 12 seasons with the team, despite playing the 
second-toughest schedule in the nation in 2005, 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 NCAAToumament, 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 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 ad- 
ministration of team travel plans. Wainwright coordinates 
all transportation (air and ground) as well as hotel accom- 
modations. During his tenure, Wainwright has successfully 
coordinated travel to nine NCAA Tournaments, 12 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 Nash- 
ville and San Antonio as part of Maryland's 2003 Sweet 
Sixteen campaign, and to Denverfor a school-record 11th 
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 12 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 coordi- 
nate virtually every aspect of the camp including housing, 
meals and camp speakers. The recent 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 four summers. 

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

Wainwright served as head managerfor the basketball 
team during Williams' first season at Maryland, 1990, and 
accompanied the Terps as they advanced to the second 
round of the National Invitation Tournament. He served 
as an assistant manager for the three years preceding 
Williams' arrival in College Park. Wainwright completed 
a master's degree in management from UMUC in May 
2008. 



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Experience 

1996-present University of Maryland, 

Director of Basl<elball Operations 





Operations Positions 

1996-97 Maryland NCAA Southeast Region 
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1997-98 


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Semifinals 


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1999-00 


Maryland NCAA Midwest Region 
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Maryland NCAA South Region 
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Maryland ACC Champions, NCAA 
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Maryland NIT Semifinals 




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2006-07 


Maryland NCAA Midwest Region 
Second Round 






2007-08 


Maryland NIT Second Round 






International Experience 

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Personal 

Education: University of tylaryland. University 
College, 2004, B.S. Social Science 


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J.J. Bush is in his 17th season as the athletic trainer for Gary Williams and the Terrapin men's basl<etball program. The past 16 years 
represent his second stint worl(ing with the program for the University of Maryland 30- Year Service Award v^finner, 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 16 years, Bush has accompanied the Terrapins to 12 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 1 979 until 1 992, Bush served as the head trainer of the Terrapin football team, which claimed four ACC championships and played in 
nine bowl games during that era. In 1992 he returned to Cole Field House and the basketball team as an assistant to the athletics director. 

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

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 MATA, Bush is credited as the author of the organization's constitution and by-laws. 

A native of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Bush, 61 , 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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SECONDYEAR AT MARYLAND 

Joe Harrington has spent decades developing young basketball talent around the nation. Now he brings that expertise back to where his 
career began in College Park, Md. 

Harrington was a teammate of Gary Williams at Maryland from 1965-67 under Head Coach Bud Milikan, and averaged 8.5 points and 5.5 
points in 344 career games as a Terrapin. He was selected by the Boston Celtics in the 1967 draft. 

Harrington opted to stay at Maryland after he graduated, serving first as a graduate assistant alongside Williams under freshman coach Tom 
Davis, and later as an assistant to Coach Lefty Driesell from 1 969-1 979. His time at Maryland marked one of the most successful decades in 
Maryland basketball history, as the Terps reached the Elite Eight twice and also captured the NIT Championship in 1972. Four of those teams 
were ranked in the top 14 in the season's final Associated Press poll, including final rankings of No. 4 in 1974 and No. 5 in 1975. Harrington also 
helped mentor four All-Americans at College Park, coaching Tom McMillen, Len Elmore, John Lucas and Albert King to basketball greatness. 

In 1980, Harrington left College Park to take the reins as head coach at George Mason, where he compiled a 112-85 record in a successful 
career from 1980-1987. He was named the Colonial Athletic Association Coach of the Year in 1984, when the Patriots compiled a 21-7 record. 
In eight seasons with Mason, he produced 10 all-conference selections and saw Carlos Yates earn honorable mention All-America honors four 
straight years. 

Following his stint with the Patriots, Harrington took over as head coach of Long Beach State, where he posted a record of 53-36 from 
1987-90. Harrington guided the 49ers to the NIT in 1988 and 1990, before leaving to take over at the University of Colorado, where he served 
as head coach from 1990 to 1996. 

There, he ended the school's 22-year postseason drought by earning a bid to the 1991 NIT where the Buffaloes advanced to the Final Four. 
In addition to guiding CU to a second NIT appearance in 1995, he coached Donnie Boyce, who became Colorado's all-time leading scorer, as 
well as NBAAII-Star Chauncey Billups. Harrington produced seven all-conference performers at Colorado. 

Harrington brings NBA experience to the Terps as well, having worked in the National Basketball Association as an assistant on the Toronto 
Raptors staff from 1999-2001 . In Toronto, he helped coach the franchise to its first playoff appearance and mentored NBA All-Stars Vince Carter 
and Tracy McGrady who blossomed into the league's Rookie of the Year under Harrington's watch. 




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STRENGTH S CONDITIONING COACH 

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Paul Ricci has joined the University of Maryland men's basketball staff as its strength and conditioning coach, head coach Gary Williams 
announced recently. 

Ricci comes to the Terrapin basl<etball staff after nine seasons on the strength and conditioning staff of the Baltimore Ravens. During his 
time in Baltimore, the Ravens won Super Bowl XXXV, and he worl<ed with 17 NFL Pro-Bowlers, including Jonathan Ogden, Ray Lewis, Jama! 
Lewis and Terrell Suggs. 

In his last season, he served as an assistant on the Ravens defensive staff. 

Prior to his time with the Ravens, he served on the strength & conditioning staffs of the San Diego Padres, Arizona Cardinals, Philadelphia 
Eagles, and Seattle Seahawks. 

Ricci was an offensive lineman at Penn State University before he finished his undergraduate career with a bachelor's degree in exercise 
science and leadership from Temple University in December 1993. He earned a master's at Goucher College in 2005. 

He is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist by the National Strength & Conditioning Association, and has been certified by the Col- 
legiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association. He is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine and the American Council 
on Exercise. 




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BASKETBALL E Q U IPMENT MANAGER 

MARYLAND 35 

FOURTH YEAR AT MARYLAND 




Al Tiffany is in his fourth 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. 

This season, he has coordinated the Maryland basketball team's transition with its new exclusive apparel provider. Under Armour. 

Tiffany came 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 also directs the equipment needs for all teams at Comcast Center, including women's basketball, wrestling, volleyball and softball. 



Matthew Lisiewski 

VIDEO DIRECTOR 

FLORIDA '02 

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Matthew Lisiewski enters his third season as video coordinator for the men's basketball program. Lisiewski is responsible for producing all 
scouting video, film exchange, and recruiting videos. In addition, he is responsible for post-season tournament tapes, fulfilling media requests 
for archived footage and assists with the postseason banquet highlight video. Lisiewski also assists with the Gary Williams golf outing and 
summer basketball camp. 

Prior to joining the Terrapins for the 2006-07 season, Lisiewski spent two years as video coordinator and head manager with Southern 
Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. In addition to his duties with film exchange and scouting video, he served as co-director of the Mustangs' 
summer camps and handled all equipment needs for the men's basketball program. Lisiewski was responsible for set-up prior to practices and 
individual workouts. He also coordinated shootarounds for opposing teams during his two years with the Mustangs. 

Lisiewski is a 2002 graduate of the University of Florida, where he earned his bachelor's degree in telecommunications. He interned with 
CNN in Atlanta, Ga., and worked for the Gator Radio Network during his time at Florida, After completing his degree, he spent a year working 
for Fox SportsNet in Los Angeles. A native of The Woodlands, Texas, Lisiewski has worked summer camps at Clemson, Florida, Georgia Tech, 
Houston, South Carolina, South Florida, Texas, Texas A&M and UCLA. 



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Cleo Long-Thomas is in her 19th season as the administrative as- 
sistant to head coach Gary Williams and her 21st 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 basketball office. 

Long-Thomas coordinates Williams' schedule for departmental 
meetings, out-of-town speaking 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 Basketball Camp, Long-Thomas still assists with 
day-to-day camp activities such as application and registration. 

Long-Thomas is the proud parent of three children: Tyrone, 40, 
Jabari, 34, and Raven, 25. Tyrone and his wife Yolanda have given 
Long-Thomas two grandchildren, TJ., 12, and Jovan, 8. 



Kenny Beaver 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 
SECOND YEAR AT MARYLAND 




Kenny Beaver enters his second season as Maryland's administra- 
tive assistant with the men's basketball program after having served 
as a team manager the previous four seasons. In his new role with 
the basketball staff, Beaver will work closely with Cleo Long-Thomas 
and Troy Wainwright, assisting in the daily operations of the program. 
Beaver will supervise the team managers, assist with travel plans and 
hotel accommodations for the team and serve as a liaison with the 
facilities and operations office. 



Student Office Assistants 






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Gary Williams On Dave Neal: 

"Our only senior, we're all hoping Dave can stay healthy. He's been injured most of the time during his career at the university." 



On Neal: 

Lone senior on this year's team... has played 62 games in his 
three seasons with the Terapins. . . outstanding physical presence 
whose strength helps solidify the front line... smart player and 
solid passer whose court sense has made him a contributor in 
key situtations. 

As a lunior (2007-08): 

Played in 22 games . . . earned the IVIaryland Basketball Academic 
Award for the second consecutive season ... made his first career 
start against North Florida (Nov. 11 ) and went 3-of-6 from the field 
for a season-high seven points while pulling down four rebounds 
... played a career-high 20 minutes against the Ospreys ... missed 
nine games due to a separated shoulder ... scored five points off 
the bench at Duke (Jan. 27) ... scored six points in eight minutes at 
Charlotte (Jan. 5) ... returned to the Terrapins lineup after his injury 
and played 13 minutes and pulled down four rebounds against 
American University (Dec. 22) ... scored four points, grabbed 
two rebounds, and recorded two steals against Hampton (Nov. 
12) ... hit a total of four three-pointers on the season, including 
three vs. ACC schools: Boston College (Dec. 9), Duke (Jan. 
27) and Virginia (IVIarch 9) ... grabbed two steals twice, against 
Hampton and Chariotte. 

As a Sophomore (2006-07): 

Played in 27 games during his sophomore season ... averaged 
1.6 points and 1.2 rebounds per contest ... came off the bench 
and grabbed a rebound against Butler (March 17) ... entered the 



game late and knocked dovm two free throws against Davidson 
(March 15) ... played in a reserve roll against Miami (March 8), 
NC State (H^arch 3) and Duke (Feb. 28) ... contributed off the 
bench at Clemson (Feb. 18) ... scored four points and grabbed 
five rebounds in 14 minutes at NC State (Feb. 14) ... played 
seven minutes and scored two points against Duke (Feb. 11) ... 
knocked down a three-pointer against Virginia (Feb. 6) ... scored 
four points and pulled down two rebounds in eight minutes against 
Georgia Tech (Jan. 24) ... came off the bench and contributed 
in wins over lona (Jan. 4) and Siena (Dec. 31) ... chipped in two 
points vs. Ivlount St. Mary's (Dec. 28) ... scored six points on 3-of-5 
shooting in four minutes against Missouri-Kansas City (Dec. 1 3) ... 
grabbed two rebounds in four minutes against Fordham (Dec. 6) 
... played nine minutes off the bench and recorded his first career 
blocked shot against Winthrop (Nov 20) ... scored two points in 
two minutes against Michigan State (Nov 17) ... scored six points 
and grabbed four rebounds in 12 minutes against Florida ASM 
(Nov 12) ... recorded career highs in points (8) and rebounds (8) 
against Hampton (Nov 7). : — 

As a freshman (2005418): 

Appeared in 13 games during 2005-06 ... averaged 1.0 points 
and 0.8 rebounds per game ... 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 
Chaminade (Nov 22) ... scored his first collegiate points and 
grabbed a rebound in five minutes against Fairieigh Dickinson 
(Nov 18) in the season opener. 

At Bishop O'Connell: 

starred at Bishop O'Connell in Arlington, Va., for four years, par- 
ticipating in 11 6 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, U6. 
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 H/larcus Ginyard, who he and the Terps will face at 
North Carolina ... high school coach was Joe Wootten. 

Personal: 

David Allen Neal ... bom June 5, 1 986 .. . son of Kathy and David 
Neal ... has one sister, Mackenzie (21) and a brother, Justin (18) 
... 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 criminology and criminal justice. 



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10 



dniHni 



2 0-1 »0 00 1-0-1 



dnpnni 



Ot Ofl M M OM 



BOSTON CCUEGE 



dnp-inj 



FOROHAM 



dn[Kd 



0-1 0-1 00 0-2-2 10 



dniHni 



13 1-6 0-2 »0 1-34 2 



al Boston Cotleqe 



dn[Kd 



J-S 0-1 0-1 OM 



6 



dn[Ha] 



M 0-0 0^) 0*0 







SAVANNAH STATE 



0-0 M 0-1-1 



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



MOUNT ST MARY'S 



0-1 00 0*0 2 



2 0-1 0* 00 1*1 



al Viniinia Tech 



00 00 00 000 



0-1 0-1 »0 0*0 1 2 1 


2 
2 



00 00 0*0 



oo 0^1 0*0 



00 00 1-2-3 



1-3 0-1 frO 1*1 



VIRGINIA 



2-3 00 00 1-2-3 



al Georgia Tech 



OO 0<l 0*0 2 2 



al Boston Colleqe 



14 1-3 00 0-1-1 2 



NC STATE 



0-1 00000*00000 



1-2 00 0-1-1 1 



0-2 00 00 0*0 



ClfMSON 



dniKd 



at Virginia 



dn[Kd 



1 00 00000*0000000 



at Virginia Tech 



GEORGIA TECH 



dniKd 



0-2 M 44 0-2-2 1 4 



0-1 0-1 00 0-1-1 1 



al Florida State 



00 00000*0000000 



0* 00 00 0-2 0*0000000 



1-1 00 0*0 



3 



00 00 0-1-1 



2 



24 0-1 00 2-3-5 10 



00 00000*0 101000 



infKxl 



CIEMSON 



dn{Kd 



NORTH CAROLINA 



dniKd 



0-1 OO 1-2-3 



alVniiinia 



1-1 00 0-1-1 10 10 



vs- Boston College' 



0-1 00 00 0-1-1 10 



00 02 1-1-2 



alSYiaajse* 



00 00 00 0*0 



J 2 

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_0 

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dniKd 



Ot OO 00 2-2 000 



2 



0-t 0-0 00 OO 0-1-1 



Neal's 

Points 


Career Highs 

8 vs. Hampton (11/7/06) 


Rebounds 


8 vs. Hampton (11/7/06) 


FG Made 


3 (3x) last vs. Nortti Florida (11/11/07) 


FGAtt. 


6 (2x) last vs. American (12/22/07) 


3 FG Made 


1(7x) last at Virginia (3/9/08) 


3 FGAtt. 


3 at Boston Colleqe (2/6/08) 


FT Made 


6 vs. Hampton (11/7/06) 


FTAtt. 


6 vs. Hampton (11/7/06) 


Assists 


2 vs. Holy Cross (1/8/08) 


Blocl<s 


1 vs. Winttirop (11/20/06) 


Steals 


2 (2x) last at Ctiariotte (1/5/08) 


Minutes 


20 vs. Nortti Florida (11/11/07) 


1 



12 1^ 00 1-2 240 2 3 vS-Gon^aga' 



Neal 2005-06 Game-By-Game 

OPPONENT MIN FG-A 3FG-A R-A O-D-R PF A TOBU S TP 

FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 5 14 00 OO 1*1 2 2 
0* 00 00000*0000000 



16 vs. Chaminade" 



OO OO 0-2-2 2 10 



dniKd 



M 00000*0000000 



MINNES0TA% 



vs George WashinqtonSdniHrd 



dniKd 



WESTERN CAROLINA 



00 2-2 0-1-1 1 2 



BOSTON COLLEGE 



dniHxl 



0-2 000^0*0000000 



DELAWARE STATE 



dniHxl 



00 00 1*1 



dniKd 



00 00 0-1-1 10 12 



dn[Kd 



dniKd 



atGeoqiaTecn 


dn[Kd 




al Temple 


dni>od 




NORTH CAROLINA 


1 00 0* 


00 000 10 


at NC Stale 


1 OO 00 


OO 000 



dnp-cd 



dnp-cd 



dnp-cd 



dnpKxl 



dnp-cd 



0-1 O-OWM) 00000 



al Wnjinia 



dnp-cd 



0^ 0^) (^0 [MM) Q vs. Georgia TechS 



dnp-cd 



(MJOOWM) 00000 



CM) 0^] (H] (MM) vs. Boslon ColieqeS 



dnp^ 



0-0 ^OfrO[MM12 00000 MANHAHAN® 



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©■Postseason w;r 



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Neal's 

Year 


Career Statistics 

G-GS Min-Avg 


FG-A 


Pet 


3FG-A 


Pet 


FT-A 


Pet 


Off-Def 


Reb-Avq 


PF-FO 


Ast 


TO 


BIk 


StI 


Pfs-Avg 


2005-06 


13-0 


44-3.4 


5-16 


.313 


1-2 


.500 


2-2 


1.000 


34 


7-0.5 


5-0 


1 


3 





1 


13-1.0 


2006-07 


27-0 


1194.4 


13-31 


.419 


2-6 


.333 


16-22 


.727 


11-21 


32-1.2 


9-0 


1 


4 


1 


3 


44-1.6 


2007-08 


22-1 


170-7.7 


18-47 


.383 


4-16 


.250 


24 


,500 


11-19 


30-1.4 


15-0 


6 


9 





9 


42-1.9 


Career 


62-1 


333-5.4 


36-94 


.383 


7-24 


.292 


20-28 


.714 


25-44 


69-1.1 


29-0 


8 


16 


1 


13 


99-1.6 


Neal's 

Year 


ACC Statistics 

GP-GS Min.-Avg. 


FG-A 


Pet. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


R-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avq. 


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 








2 





1-0.5 


2006-07 


10-0 


37-3.7 


4-8 


.500 


1-2 


.500 


4-6 


.667 


2-6 


8-0.8 


2-0 





2 








13-1.3 


2007-08 


13-0 


100-7.7 


9-23 


.391 


3-9 


.333 


0-0 


.000 


4-10 


14-1.1 


11-0 


3 


5 





3 


21-1.6 


Career 


27-0 


142-5.3 


14-33 


.424 


4-12 


.333 


4-6 


.667 


6-17 


23-0.9 


13-0 


3 


9 





4 


36-1.3 


Neal's 

Year 


NCAA Tournament Statistics 

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


3P-A 


Pet. 


n-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avq. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2006-07 


2-0 


0-0.0 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


2-2 


1.000 


0-1 


1-0.5 


0-0 














2-1.0 






T 






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B-4 • 1S5 . JUNIOR, 2V • GUARD 
D U M F R IBS, VA. • POTOMAC 






Gary Williams On Eric Hayes: 

"As a junior, he'll be expected to be one of our key players this year. We're looking for Eric to play a greater offensive role." 



On Hayes: 

started 30 games in the backcourt as a sophomore and averaged 
33 minutes per game... excellent long-range shooter, has hit 39 
percent of 3-pointers in his career. . . equally adept at mnning the 
break or executing the half-court offense... son of a coach who 
understands the game. 

As a Sophomore (2007-00): 

Played in 31 games and made 30 starts for the Terrapins ... 
averaged 9.9 points, 4.5 assists and 3.2 rebounds per game ... 
finished the season sixth in the ACC in assists per game (4.45) 
and fourth in assist to turnover ratio (1.89) ... recorded 138 
assists, the eighth highest single-season total at Maryland ... 
knocked down 56 three-point shots, the second-highest total for 
a sophomore in school history ... earned the team's Outstanding 
Free Throw Shooter Award after connecting on 85 percent of his 
attempts ... set a career high with 19 points vs. Morgan State 
(Dec. 6) ... scored in double figures 16 times, while dishing 
out five or more assists on 15 occasions ... tied his career high 
with seven rebounds while adding eight points against Florida 
State (Feb. 16) ... chipped in 14 points, going 4-for-5 from the 
floor and 4-for-4 from the foul line, against NC State (Feb. 9) ... 
scored 14 points and added eight assists at Georgia Tech (Feb. 
2) ... recorded nine assists for the second straight game while 
adding 15 points on 6-of-9 shooting against Virginia (Jan. 30) 
... handed out nine assists while recording eight points and five 
rebounds against Duke (Jan. 27) . . . contributed seven points and 
six assists while tying a career high with four steals at Chariotte 
(Jan. 5) ... went 6-of-9 from the floor for 12 points while dishing 
out six assists against Savannah State (Jan. 2) ... tied a career 
high with seven rebounds against Delaware (Dec. 28) ... scored 
1 6 points while going 6-for-11 from the floor, including 4-of-8 from 



beyond the arc against American (Dec. 22) ... scored 13 points 
while tying a career high vflth seven rebounds against Boston 
College (Dec. 9) ... dished out seven assists while adding seven 
points and five rebounds against VCU (Dec. 2) .... scored 18 
points while knocking down four three-pointers and recording a 
career-high four steals against Illinois (Nov 28) ... recorded 11 
points, seven assists, and four rebounds against Lehigh (Nov 
23) ... scored 10 points, secured a career high seven rebounds 
and dished out six assists against Missouri (Nov 20)... recorded 
11 points, going 3-for-4 from beyond the arc, and added three 
rebounds against Northeastern (Nov 15) ... tallied 15 points and 
eight assists against North Florida (Nov 11). 

As a Freshman (2006-07): 

Played in all 34 games and made 11 starts as a freshman ... 
eamed the team's Most Outstanding Free Throw Shooter Award 
... dished out 132 assists, the sixth-highest single-season total 
for a freshman at Maryland ... finished ninth in the Atlantic Coast 
Conference with 3.88 assists per game ... ranked fourth in the 
ACC in assist-to-tumover ratio (1.83) ... led the team in assists 
10 times ... led the squad in steals on six occasions ... averaged 
4.8 points per game ... connected on 39 percent (22-of-56) of his 
three pointers ... went 31-of-34 (.912) from the free throw line ... 
made his first 16 free throws to start the season ... recorded at 
least five assists 12 times as a freshman ... scored six points and 
dished out six assists against NC State (March 3) ... recorded five 
assists and five rebounds in 20 minutes against North Carolina 
(Feb. 25) ... tied his career high with eight assists against Florida 
State (Feb. 21) ... scored eight points and dished out six assists 
at NC State (Feb. 14) ... tied his season high with 12 points at 
Wake Forest (Feb. 3) ... set his career high vwth 1 2 points against 
Georgia Tech (Jan. 24) ... recorded seven assists, five rebounds 



and went 8-of-8 from the free throw line against the Yellow Jackets 
... scored eight points and dished outlive assists at Virginia (Jan. 
22) ... scored five points and grabbed a season-high six rebounds 
against Siena (Dec. 31) ... dished out six assists at Illinois (Nov 
28) ... scored eight points and handed out six assists vs. High 
Point (Nov 24) ... tallied seven points and five assists against St. 
John's (Nov 16) ... recorded a season-high eight assists against 
Vermont (Nov 8) ... made his collegiate debut with a start against 
Hampton (Nov 7). 

At Potomac High School: 

Capped a stellar four-year career at Potomac high school vflth a 
record of 1 00-9, 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 . . . eamed 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 Christ- 
mas 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 Pari( ... 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 12.3 points, 7.6 assists, 2.5 steals, and 3.5 
rebounds as a sophomore ... eamed Second-Team Cedar Run 
All-District plaudits as a freshman after averaging 10.5 points and 
4.4 assists per game ... eamed first-team All-District honors as 
a freshman in football 



200S-0S MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 



JH;1;l;^di:k 



/26,1987!^OTOf^and 






Personal: "Hiiv 

Eric Kendall Hayes ... bom February 26, 1987 ...sonWanand 
Kendall Hayes ... has two sisters, Sarah (22) and Hannah (13) ... 
enjoys movies, music, and sports in his free time ... lists Steve 
Nash as his favorite athlete ... majoring in family sdence. 



Hayes 

POINTS 




bareer nigns 

19 vs. Morgan SL (12/6/07) 


REBOUNDS 


7 (4x) last vs. Florida SL (2/16/08) 


FG^MDE 


7 vs. Morgan SL (12/6/07) 


FGATT. 


12 (2x) last vs. Ohio (12/12/07) 


3FGMADE 


5 vs. Morgan SL (12/6/07) 


3FGAn. 


8 (4x) last at Wake Forest (2/28/08) 


FMADE 


8 vs. Ga. Tech (1/24/07) 


FAR 


8 vs. Ga. Tech (1/24/07) 


ASSISTS 


9 (2x) last vs. Virginia (1/30/08) 


BLOCKS 


2 at Georgia Tech (2/2/08) 


STEALS 


4 (2x) last at Charlotte (1/5/08) 


MINUTES 


39 (2x) last vs. Florida SL (2/16/08) 


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Hayes 2007-08 Game-By-Game 






Hayes 2008-07 Game-By-Game 




OPPONENT 


MIN 


FG-A 


3FG-A 


Fl-A 


O-D-R 


PF 


A 


lOBLK 


s 


IP 


OPPONENT MIN 


FG-A 


3FG-A 


Fl-A 


O-D-R 


PF 


A 


lU 


B S 


IP 


NORTH FLORIDA' 


31- 


M 


1-3 


A-t 


O-M 





8 


2 


1 


2 


15 


V^RI.IONT' 26' 


0-3 


0-2 


M 


0-2-2 


2 


8 




1 





HAMPTON- 


33- 


1-7 


14 


44 


2-24 


2 




4 





1 


7 


FLORIDA ASM 21' 


24 


24 


M 


frOO 


1 


5 




1 


6 


NORTHEASTERN 


38- 


3-5 


3-) 


2-2 


IW-3 


3 




2 








11 


atStJohnr 24- 


34 


1-1 


Ml 


0-1-1 


2 


5 




1 2 


7 


vs. UCU' 


3r 


2-5 


1-3 


1-2 


0-3J 


4 




2 







6 


vs. MWiiqan Stale- 24' 


0-1 


0-1 


M 


0<M) 


3 






1 





vS-MBSOun- 


38' 


3-11 


0-5 


4-) 


1-6-7 







4 







10 


WINTHROP 2r 


3-5 


1-1 


1-1 


OWJ 


1 






1 


8 


LEHIGH 


36- 


4-12 


3-8 


0-2 


1-W 







3 







11 


HIGH POINT 24- 


34 


2-2 


0-0 


0*0 


1 






2 


8 


ILUNOIS^ 


37' 


5-10 


4-7 


4-i 


2-1-3 


1 




2 







18 


ainnnois^ 26- 


1-1 


00 


2-2 


0-2-2 












4 


vs.VCU' 


34- 


1-9 


1-4 


44 


2-3-5 


3 




3 







7 


vs. Notre Dame" 25" 


2-3 


1-2 


M 


0-2-2 









1 


5 


MORGAN STATE 


35- 


7-11 


5-7 


0* 


0-« 


1 




2 







19 


FCRDHAM 21- 


14 


0-1 


M 


14-5 









1 


2 


BOSTON COLLEGE 


39- 


5.11 


2-7 


1-2 


0-7-7 


2 












13 


at Boston Colleqe 26* 


2-6 


1-2 


0-0 


1-1-2 


2 






1 


5 


OHIO 


38- 


3-12 


2-8 


1-2 


0-2-2 







1 







9 


UMKC 20 


2-5 


2-5 


0^) 


1*1 


1 









6 


AMERICAN 


W 


6-11 


U 


M 


1-0-1 







1 







16 


AMERICAN 25 


2-2 


1-1 


0-0 


0-1-1 


1 









5 


DELAWARE 


34- 


2-6 


0-3 


M 


1-6-7 


2 




2 







4 


MOUNT ST MARVS 20 


2-6 


0-1 


00 


1-1-2 


3 






1 


4 


SAVANNAH STATE 


24- 


6-9 


0-2 


M 


0-1-1 










1 




12 


SIENA 22 


2-3 


1-1 


00 


1-54 


2 









5 


alChartjUe 


36' 


2-5 


1-2 


2-2 


0*0 


1 




3 







7 


lONA 22 


34 


0-1 


M 


0*0 


2 






3 


6 


Hav CROSS 






dn|«i| 


















MIAMI 19 


1-3 


1-1 


2-2 


1-2-3 


1 






1 


5 


31 Virqinia Tedl 






dn(Hnj 


















CLEMSON 27 


3-5 


1-1 


oo 


0-1-1 









1 


7 


WAKE FOREST 






dn(Hn| 


















al Virginia 24 


M 


1-5 


1-1 


2-1-3 


2 


5 







8 



13 24 24 2-2 0-1-1 



10 8 alVinliniaTech 



2-5 1-3 00 0*0 1 2 2 5 



2-6 1-3 M 0-5-5 2 9 4 1 2 8 GEORGIA TECH 



30 24 0-2 8-8 S.2-5 2 7 2 2 12 



VIRGINIA 



6-9 3-5 00 1-2-3 



9 1 15 



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



atGeofgaTedi 



24 0-1 0*3 1 8 3 2 14 



22 3* 24 4-5 0^3 1 3 2 12 



31 Boston Cofleqe 



24 1-3 00 0-2-2 5 3 12 5 



14 OO 0-1-1 1 4 3 



4-5 2-2 44 1-1-2 2 2 1 1 14 



OO 00 1-1-2 1 3 10 2 2 



14 00 14^ 



4 3 



1-1 3-3 1-1-2 



aORIDA STATE 


39' 


2-9 


2-6 


2-2 


0-7-7 


2 




3 





2 


8 


alCtemson 


24 


14 


00 


40 


044 





4 


2 2 6 


VIRGINIA TECH 


34' 


2-8 


1-3 


2-2 


1-2-3 


3 




2 





1 


7 


FLORIDA STATE 


30 


14 


0-1 


2-2 


1-W 


1 


8 


10 4 


alttami 


37' 


^8 


3-5 


1-1 


0-2-2 


1 




4 








14 


NORTH CAROLINA 


20 


0-1 


OO 


OO 


0-5-5 


1 


5 


5 10 


alWakeFofest 


32- 


4-10 


30 


00 


0-3-3 


2 




6 








11 


at Duke 


18 


0-1 


OO 


2-2 


0*0 





3 


3 2 


CLEMSON 


35' 
22' 


3-7 
1-3 


14 
1-3 


50 
00 


14-5 
1*1 








3 








1 


12 
3 


NC STATE 


25 


3-5 


0-2 


OO 


0-2-2 


1 


6 


6 


at Viniima 


vs. Miamia 


21 


0-3 


0-2 


00 


0-1-1 





2 





vs Boston CoHeoe 


2r 


4^ 


3-5 


00 


2*2 


2 




4 








11 


vs. Dsvidson" 


18 


1-3 


0-1 


00 


0-1-1 





2 


4 12 


alUnnesola' 


31- 


14 


0-2 


00 


14-5 


1 




1 





1 


2 


vs. Butler' 


16 


0-1 


0-1 


00 


1*1 





2 





al Syracuse" 


30- 


2-8 


2-7 


00 


0*0 


2 




3 





1 


6 


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Hayes' 

Year 


Career Statistics 

G-GS Min-Avg FG-A 


Pet 


3FG-A 


Pet 


F-A 


Pet 


Off-Def 


Reb-Avg 


PF-FO 


Ast 


TO 


BIk 


StI 


Pts-Avg 


2006-07 


34-11 791-23.3 


55-131 


.420 


22-56 


.393 


31-34 


.912 


1549 


64-1.9 


35-0 


132 


72 


5 


26 


1634.8 


2007-08 


31-30 1036-33.4 


102-239 


.427 


56-143 


.392 


46-54 


.852 


19-81 


100-3.2 


43-0 


138 


73 


6 


34 


306-9.9 


Career 


65-41 1827-28.1 


157-370 


.424 


78-199 


.392 


77-88 


.875 


34-130 


164-2.5 


78-0 


270 


145 


11 


60 


469-7.2 


Hayes' 

Year 


ACC Statistics 

GP-GS Min.-Avg. 


FG-A 


PcL 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet 


OR-OR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avq. 


2006-07 


16-1 389-24.3 


27-72 


.375 


11-28 


.393 


28-31 


.903 


10-27 


37-2.3 


15-0 


62 


28 


1 


13 


93-5.8 


2007-08 


14-13 460-32.9 


45-100 


.450 


25-61 


.410 


20-24 


.833 


643 


49-3.5 


21-0 


52 


34 


4 


11 


135-9.6 


Career 


30-14 849-28.3 


72-172 


.419 


36-89 


.404 


48-55 


.873 


16-70 


86-2.9 


36-0 


114 


62 


5 


24 


228-7.6 


Hayes' 

Year 


NCAA Tournament Statistics 

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


3P-A 


Pet 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg 


2006-07 


2-0 34-17.0 


1-4 


.250 


0-2 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-1 


2-1.0 


0-0 


4 


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Gary Williams On Landon Milbourne: 

"Landon got a great deal of experience as a starter, starting most of the season last year. Hopefully, that experience v 




1 enable him to be one of our team leaders this year." 



On Milbourne: 

Versatile swingman who was one of the most improved players 
in the ACC last year... made 29 starts and averaged 8.2 points 
per game... athletic wing player who can be effective inside or 
outside... shot 39 percent from 3-point range... should continue 
in starting role for Terps as a junior. 

As A Sophomore (2007-08): 

Played in 33 games and made 29 starts as a sophomore ... 
averaged 8.2 points, 3.5 rebounds and posted 23 blocks and 20 
steals on the season ... scored in double figures 14 times ... tallied 

12 points on 6-of-9 shooting at Virginia (March 9) ... pulled down 
seven rebounds which tied his career high and hit a personal best 
three three-pointers at Miami (Feb. 23) .. . recorded a career-high 
1 8 points on the strength of 6-of-9 shooting from the floor against 
Florida State (Feb. 16)... scored 1 1 points and pulled down three 
rebounds against NO State (Feb. 9) ... made six field goals for 
16 points at Georgia Tech (Feb. 2) ... posted 13 points and three 
assists against Virginia (Jan. 30) ... scored 14 points at North 
Carolina (Jan. 19) ... tallied 11 points and five rebounds against 
Wal<e Forest (Jan. 15) ... connected on 10-of-11 attempts from 
the foul line and finished with 1 2 points and a personal-best four 
blocked shots against Holy Cross (Jan. 8) ... scored 10 points in 

1 3 minutes off the bench against Delaware (Dec. 28) . . . recorded 
11 points in three consecutive games against Ohio (Dec. 12), 
Boston College (Dec. 9) and Morgan State (Dec. 6) ... tallied 10 



points and added two steals and five rebounds against VCU (Dec. 
2) . . . posted seven points and two rebounds against Illinois (Nov 
28) ... recorded seven points and six rebounds against Missouri 
(Nov. 20) . . . scored six points, grabbed give boards and blocked 
two shots against UCLA (Nov 19) ... secured seven rebounds 
while adding five points against Northeastern (Nov 15)... scored 
eight points and pulled down four rebounds in his first collegiate 
start against Hampton (Nov. 12). 

As A Freshman (2006-07): 

Played in 16 games as a freshman ... averaged 1.0 points and 
0.8 rebounds ... played five minutes at Florida State (Jan. 30) and 
recorded one point and one rebound ... tallied two points, one 
assist and one rebound vs. Mount St. Mary's (Dec. 28) ... played 
four minutes vs. American (Dec. 23) ... scored five points, grabbed 
three rebounds and recorded one assist against Missouri-Kansas 
City (Dec. 13) ... saw action at Illinois (Nov 28) ... played three 
minutes and grabbed one rebound vs. High Point (Nov 24) ... 
recorded one rebound in four minutes against Winthrop (Nov 
20) ... scored a season-high five points in five minutes against 
St. John's (Nov 16) ... played seven minutes against Vermont 
(Nov 8) ... made his collegiate debut against Hampton (Nov 7) 
... scored two points, grabbed three rebounds, dished out two 
assists and recorded his first career blocked shot in 16 minutes 
against the Pirates. 



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 1 8.0 minutes per game during 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 1 5.0 points, 1 0.0 rebounds, 
and 4.0 blocked shots as a sophomore ... a three-year honor roll 
member in high school. 

Personal: 

Landon Ronshae Milbourne ... bom June 29, 1987 son 

of Kaona Milbourne and Andre Foreman . . . father Andre was a 
Division III All-American at Salisbury and played professionally in 
Europe ... has one sister, Mya Taylor (14) ... lists Tracy McGrady 
as his favorite player ... enjoys making hip-hop beats in his free 
time ... majoring in criminology and criminal justice. 



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


NORTH FLORIDA- 






dnp 














HAMPTON' 


20- 


3-7 


0-2 


2-2 


2-24 


5 


1 




1 8 


NORTHEASTERN 


33' 


24 


M 


1-2 


14-7 


2 


1 




1 1 5 


vs. UCLA" 


22' 


3^ 


0-1 


M 


3-2-5 










2 1 6 


vs Missouri' 


27- 


a 


1-3 


M 


M4 


4 


1 




7 


LEHIGH 


13- 


1-3 


0-1 


M 


0-2-2 


2 







2 


ILLINOIS^ 


25' 


2-5 


0-1 


U 


1-1-2 


1 







1 1 7 


vs.VW 


33' 


2-4 


M 


M 


14-5 


5 


1 




1 2 10 


MORGAN STATE 


21- 


5-12 


0-1 


1-3 


3-14 


3 







2 2 11 


BOSTON COLLEGE 


35' 


4-14 


0-1 


34 


4-2-6 


5 







11 


OHIO 


13- 


4-7 


2-3 


1-2 


2-24 










11 


AMERICAN 


30' 


1-7 


0-1 


2-2 


2-3-5 


5 


3 




4 


DEUWARE 


13 


4-7 


(H) 


2-2 


2-0-2 


3 


1 




1 10 


SAVANNAH STATE 


21- 


2-6 


1-3 


frO 


0-2-2 


3 







1 1 5 


al Charlotte 


22- 


0-3 


0-1 


2-3 


2-1-3 


4 


1 




2 


HOLY CROSS 


27' 


U 


0-1 


10-11 


2-1-3 


4 


1 




4 2 12 


alVirqiniaTech 


23' 


24 


1-2 


1-1 


2-24 


3 


1 




6 


WAKE FOREST 


22' 


3-6 


2-3 


3-5 


2-3-5 


4 







11 


al North Catolina 


32' 


4-9 


2-3 


44 


0-1-1 


3 







2 1 14 


DUKE 


20- 


34 


t-1 


W 


0*0 


4 







3 7 


VIRGINIA 


28' 


4-8 


t-5 


44 


3-14 


1 


3 




13 


alGeorqialecti 


32' 


6-9 


2-2 


2-2 


1-2-3 


2 


2 




2 16 


31 Boston College 


31- 


1-2 


1-1 


M 


2-24 


2 


2 




1 3 


NC STATE 


27' 


3-6 


1-1 


44 


1-2-3 


4 


1 




1 11 


at Duke 


33' 


2-i 


0-1 


0.O 


0-2-2 


3 


1 




1 2 4 


FLORIDA STATE 


32- 


6-9 


2-2 


44 


3*3 


2 







2 18 


VIRGINIA TECH 


35' 


3-6 


1-2 


1-3 


\-U 


5 


1 




1 8 


at Miami 


33- 


5-16 


3-8 


OJ) 


4*7 


4 







13 


at Wake Forest 


23' 


1-2 


0-1 


(H) 


24« 


5 


1 




1 2 


CLEMSON 


14 


24 


0-1 


0-1 


2-1-3 


2 







4 


at Virginia 


24- 


6-9 


0-2 


0-1 


0-2-2 


3 







12 


vs. Boston College' 


20' 


3-5 


0-1 


34 


2-0-2 


4 


1 




1 9 


at Minnesota' 


13 


1-2 


0-0 


34 


1-1-2 


1 







1 5 


atSyiaciise" 


17 


14 


1-1 


0-0 


0-1-1 





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


HAMPTON' 


16 


1-2 


0-0 


0-1 


0-3-3 


2 


2 


3 


1 2 


VERMONT 


7 


M 


00 


1-2 


10-1 







1 


1 


FLORIDA ASM 


dnp-ini 


















alSLJohny 


5 


2-3 


0-1 


1-1 


0-1-1 







1 


5 


vs. Michkian Stats' 






dniKd 














WtNTHROP 


4 


M 


(M 


04 


0-1-1 







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HIGH POINT 


3 


0-1 


0-0 


0-2 


0-1-1 













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2 


M 


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04 


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vs. Notre Dame' 






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FORDHAM 


1 


M 


M 


04 


0*0 













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UMKC 


11 


1-5 


0-2 


34 


2-1-3 




1 


2 


5 


AMERICAN 


4 


(M 


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M 


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MOUNT ST MARY'S 


9 


1-2 


0^ 


04 


0-1-1 




1 





2 


SIENA 






dniKd 














lONA 


3 


00 


OO 


0-0 


0*0 







1 





MIAMI 






dniHxl 














CLEMSON 






dnp-cd 














atWrainia 






dnjKd 














alViminiaTech 


4 


00 


M 


0-0 


0^)0 













GEORGIA TECH 


2 


0-0 


OO 


00 


0*0 














at Florida State 


5 


0-1 


OO 


1-2 


0-1-1 











1 


at Wake Forest 






dniKd 














VIRGINW 






dn(Kd 














DUKE 






dniKd 














at NC State 


1 


0-0 


0^1 


00 


0*0 














at Clemson 






dniKd 














FLORIDA STATE 






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NORTH CAROLINA 






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NC STATE 


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0-0 


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vs. Miami* 






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vs. Davidson" 






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Milbourne's 
Career Highs 



POINTS 


18 VS. Floritja State (2/16/08) 


REBOUNDS 


7 (2x) last at Miami (2/23/08) 


FGMADE 


6 (3x) last at Virqinia (3/9/08) 


FGAn. 


16 at Miami (2/23/08) 


3 FG MADE 


3 at Miami (2/23/08) 


3FGATT. 


8 at Miami (2/23/08) 


FT MADE 


10 vs. Holv Cross (1/8/08) 


FT An. 


11 vs. Holy Cross (1/8/08) 


ASSISTS 


3 vs. Virqinia (1/30/08) 


BLOCKS 


4 vs. Holy Cross (1/8/08) 


STEALS 


2 (5x) last vs. Flonda State (2/16/08) 


MINUTES 


35 vs. Boston Colleqe (12/9/07) 





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Year G-GS Min-Avg FG-A 


Pet 


3FG-A 


Pet 


FT-A 


Pet 


Off-Def 


Reb-Avg 


PF-FO 


Ast 


TO 


BIk 


StI 


Pts-Avg 


2006-07 16-0 77-4.8 


5-14 


.357 


0-3 


.000 


6-12 


.500 


3-9 


12-0.8 


9-0 


4 


10 


1 





16-1.0 


2007-08 33-29 814-24.7 


93-214 


.435 


22-56 


.393 


62-78 


.795 


56-60 


116-3.5 


98-6 


24 


55 


24 


21 


270-8.2 


Career 49-29 891-18.2 


98-228 


.430 


22-59 


.373 


68-90 


.756 


59-69 


128-2.6 


107-6 


28 


65 


25 


21 


286-5.8 


Milbourne's AGC 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. 


2006-07 5-0 12-2.4 


0-1 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


1-2 


.500 


0-1 


1-0.2 


1-0 














1-0.2 


2007-08 16-15 444-27.8 


55-118 


.466 


17-36 


.472 


26-33 


.788 


27-30 


57-3.6 


52-3 


12 


25 


8 


9 


153-9.6 


Career 21-15 456-21.7 


55-119 


.462 


17-36 


.472 


27-35 


.771 


27-31 


58-2.8 


53-3 


12 


25 


8 


9 


154-7.3 






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GUARD 
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Gary Williams On Greivis Vasquez: 

"Greivis is one of the best guards in ttie ACC. He had a great sophomore season. We're looking fonward to his continuing improvement as a junior," 



On Vasquez: 



Earned second team AII-ACC honors as a sophomore. . . scored in 
double figures in 50 of his 68 career games. . . leadership on court 
comes from his passion for the game of basketball. . . participated 
with the Venezuelan national team at the 2007 FIBA Americas 
Championships... led the ACC in assists last year... 2008-09 
LeFrak Foundation Scholar 

As a Sophomore (2007-08): 

Earned AII-ACC Second Team honors ... the only Terrapin to 
start all 34 games in 2007-08 ... led the team in scoring and was 
fifth in the ACC with 17.0 points per game as a sophomore ... 
averaged 5.7 rebounds, and accumulating 231 assists ... led the 
ACC in assists with 6,8 per game ... ranked 10th in the ACC in 
assist to turnover ratio (1.55) and 20th in rebounds (5.7) ... was 
second in the ACC in minutes played per contest (37.00) and 
ninth in made three pointers (1 .88) per game ... ranked seven 
in the league in defensive rebounds (4.76) per contest ... posted 
231 assists, the second-highest single-season total at Maryland 
among sophomores ... ranks first among sophomores at Maryland 
with 64 made three pointers ... scored In double figures 31 times 
and led the team in scoring in 18 games ... tallied three double- 
doubles as a sophomore and recorded at least five assists 25 
times ... scored 16 points and dished out nine assists at Virginia 
(March 9)... recorded 24 points and eight assists at Wake Forest 
(Feb. 28) . . . scored 25 points and added nine rebounds and five 
assists against Virginia Tech (Feb. 20) . . . recorded 20 points and 



eight assists against Florida State (Feb. 16) ... scored 25 points, 
and dished out seven assists at Duke (2/13) ... named ESPN, 
com Player of the Week on February 1 1 ... tied the school record 
with 15 assists against NC State (Feb. 9) and narrowly missed a 
triple double as he scored 14 points and collected nine rebounds 
... scored a game-high 25 points on 8-of-19 shooting against 
Virginia (Jan. 30)... scored 15 points and added seven assists 
against Duke (Jan. 27) ... recorded his second double-double of 
the season with 12 points and 11 assists at North Carolina (Jan. 
19) ... scored a game-high 22 points on 8-for-1 6 shooting from 
the floor with eight assists and six rebounds against Wake Forest 
(Jan. 15)... scored 1 7 points on 6-of-1 shooting while adding six 
rebounds and six assists against Holy Cross (Jan. 8)... finished 
7-of-1 4 from the floor and 7-for-1 from the foul line for 24 points 
and five assists at Charlotte (Jan. 5) ... scored in double figures 
for the sixth-straight game with 1 8 points and eight assists against 
Delaware (Dec. 28) ... led all players with a career-high 28 points 
against American (Dec. 22) ... recorded his first double-double of 
the season with 17 points and 11 assists against Morgan State 
(Dec. 6) ... scored 19 points while going 9-for-9 from the free 
throw line against VCU (Dec. 2) ... scored 22 points on 8-of-10 
shooting from the field while adding two assists and two steals 
against Lehigh (Nov 23) ... scored 17 points while adding eight 
rebounds against Missouri (Nov 20) ... recorded 19 points and 
four assists and two steals against UCLA (Nov 1 9) . . . scored 21 
points in 29 minutes against Hampton (Nov 1 2). . . named MVP of 
the O'Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic- College Park Regional. 



As a Freshman (2006-07): 

Played in 34 games and started 21 contests ... honorable rtiention 
ACC All-Freshman ... averaged 9.8 points, 4.6 assists and 3.3 
rebounds ... earned the team's Most Assists Award ... his 157 
assists was the third-highest single-season total for a freshman 
at Maryland ... finished sixth in the ACC with 4.62 assists per 
game ... ranked sixth in the league with a 1 .71 assist-to-turnover 
ratio ... averaged 5.09 assists after becoming a starter in the 1 2th 
game of the season ... led the team in assists 14 times and paced 
the squad in steals on 10 occasions ... scored In double figures 
19 times ... dished out at least five assists 1 5 times ... scored 1 
points, grabbed four rebounds and added four assists against 
Davidson (March 15) ... fell just one rebound shy of Maryland's 
first triple-double since 1987 with 13 points, a career-high 12 
assists and nine rebounds at Duke (Feb. 28) ... scored 10 points 
and recorded six assists at North Carolina (Feb. 25) ... named 
ACC Rookie of the Week on February 19 after scoring 15 points 
at Clemson (Feb. 18) and NC State (Feb. 14) ... dished out 11 
assists at Clemson ... scored a personal-best 18 points against 
Duke (Feb. 11) ... tallied 17 points on the strength of 5-of-9 
shooting from beyond the three-point line at Virginia (Jan. 16) ... 
scored 10 points and handed out five assists against lona (Jan. 
4) ... finished with 13 points and six assists against Siena (Dec. 
31) ... recorded 17 points, three assists and two steals off the 
bench at Illinois (Nov 28) ... tallied 13 points, seven assists and 
six rebounds against Florida A&M (Nov 12) ... scored 12 points 
in his collegiate debut against Hampton (Nov 7). 



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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 ranl<- 
ings ... 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 ... son of Ivis Rodriguez and 
Gregorio Vasquez ... has one brother Ingerman Sanoya (30) ... 
played in high school with Kevin Durant of the Seattle Superson- 
ics ... lists Michael Jordan as his favorite player ... majoring in 
American studies. 



Vasquez 2007-08 Game-By-Game 

OPPONENT HIN FG-A 3FG-A FT-A 0-D-R PF A TO B S 


TP 


NORTH FLORIDA- 


26' 


7-11 


1-5 


34 1*7 


4 


6 


5 


2 


18 


HAMPTON' 


39' 


6-15 


2-8 


7-8 2-3-5 


2 


4 


8 





21 


NORTHEASTERN 


43- 


2-10 


2-6 


3-5 0*6 


3 


10 


2 


2 


9 


vs. UCLA' 


38' 


6-14 


M 


7-8 0-6^ 


3 


4 


4 


2 


19 


vs Missouri' 


40' 


4-13 


0-7 


9-10 1-7-8 


3 


4 


5 





17 


LEHIGH 


35' 


8-10 


2-3 


4-6 0-1-1 


3 


2 


2 


2 


22 


ILLINOIS'- 


38- 


2-14 


0-7 


1-2 0-7-7 





10 


2 


2 


5 


vs, VCU' 


33' 


4-13 


24 


9-9 2-1-3 


4 


3 


5 


1 


19 


MORGAN STATE 


39' 


5-11 


3-6 


44 1-5-6 


2 


11 


7 


1 2 


17 


BOSTON COLLEGE 


29' 


4-10 


1-6 


2-2 14-5 


5 


6 


1 


2 


11 


OHIO 


39- 


5-16 


3-10 


M 1-2-3 


3 


8 


3 


1 


13 


AMERICAN 


37' 


9-15 


6-9 


4-5 14-5 


1 


4 


4 


1 


28 


DELAWARE 


33' 


7-11 


3-6 


1-1 1-5-6 





8 


4 


3 


18 


SAVANNAH STATE 


29' 


4-10 


1-2 


4-5 1-5-6 


1 


6 


4 


2 


13 


at Chartone 


40' 


7-14 


3-7 


7-10 0-3-3 


2 


5 


2 


1 


24 


HOLY CROSS 


37' 


6-tO 


56 


00 1-5« 





6 


4 


2 


17 


at Virqinia Tech 


38' 


2-14 


0-7 


6-6 1-6-7 


3 


3 


6 


1 2 


10 


WAKE FOREST 


39' 


8-16 


2-7 


4-6 0*6 


1 


8 


8 


2 


22 


at Noitli Carolina 


38' 


3-9 


1-4 


5-6 1-5< 


1 


11 


6 


2 


12 


DUKE 


36' 


6-14 


1-5 


2-3 044 


4 


7 


2 


1 


15 


VIRGINIA 


39' 


8-19 


4-11 


5-6 0-3-3 


4 


3 


1 


1 


25 


atGeorqiaTecti 


37- 


5-15 


0-5 


3-6 3-2-5 


1 


9 


8 


4 


13 


at Boston College 


38- 


9-14 


4-7 


3-5 1-56 





8 


3 


2 


25 


NC STATE 


38' 


6-16 


U 


0-0 0.9-9 





15 


4 





13 


at Duke 


38' 


11-22 


1-6 


2-3 1-7-8 


2 


7 


5 


1 2 


25 


FLORIDA STATE 


35- 


7-9 


4-6 


2-3 044 


3 


8 


8 


1 


20 


VIRGINIA TECH 


36' 


11-22 


3-7 


IM 2-7-9 


4 


5 


6 


1 2 


25 


at Miami 


39- 


5-17 


1-6 


2-2 2-66 


3 


6 


5 


1 


13 


at Wake Forest 


39' 


9-15 


2-6 


4^ 2-24 


4 


8 


4 


1 


24 


CLEMSON 


40- 


4-12 


0-5 


5-8 2-6-6 


2 


7 


7 


1 


13 


at Virginia 


37' 


7-18 


2.S 


O-O 2-24 


3 


9 


3 


1 


16 


vs Boston College' 


39- 


4-6 


0-2 


34 0-7-7 


3 


9 


6 


1 


11 


at Minnesota* 


39' 


6-14 


2-8 


2-2 1-56 





3 


3 





16 


at Syracuse' 


38- 


2-10 


2-6 


2-2 0-6-6 


4 


8 


2 


2 1 


8 


'Staiter^ACC/Big 10 
"MasterCani NIT 


Challenge 


'BBST Classic 'CBE Classic 'ACC Tournament: 







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Vasquez 2006-07 Game-By-Game 

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


HAMPTON' 


19 


2-7 


0-3 


8-9 


0-44 


2 


2 


3 


1 12 


VERMONT" 


19 


3-9 


14 


2-2 


0-2-2 


3 


1 





9 


FLORIDA ASM 


23 


5-9 


2-6 


1-1 


0-6-6 


1 


7 


2 


13 


a SL John's" 


20 


1-2 


1-2 


W) 


1-34 


5 


8 


2 


3 


vs. Michigan State' 


29 


3-6 


1-3 


M 


1-2-3 





2 





7 


WINTHROP 


22 


fr3 


0-1 


44 


1-2-3 


2 


2 


3 


4 


HIGH POINT 


23 


3-6 


1-3 


44 


3-14 





4 


3 


2 11 


at Illinois^ 


28 


6-11 


1-3 


4^ 


0-2-2 


3 


3 


1 


2 17 


vs. Notie Dame' 


28 


4-15 


2-8 


34 


14-5 


4 


2 


2 


13 


FORDHAM 


27 


5-7 


2-2 


4-7 


044 


2 


3 


4 


16 


at Boston College 


29 


2-10 


0-3 


2-2 


0-0-0 


5 


2 


4 


1 6 


UMKC 


26- 


Ml 


M 


W) 


0-6^ 


1 


8 


2 


2 


AMERICAN 


29- 


2-3 


0-1 


2-3 


0-2-2 


4 


3 


4 


6 


MOUNT ST MARY'S 


27' 


3-3 


1-1 


2-2 


1-8-9 


2 


8 


2 


1 9 


SIENA 


3V 


3-5 


1-2 


6-6 


0-1-1 


3 


6 


8 


3 13 


lONA 


30' 


a 


0-1 


M 


1-1-2 





5 


2 


1 2 10 


MIAMI 


30' 


1-11 


0-6 


0-0 


1-0-1 


1 


3 


2 


1 2 


CLEMSON 


20- 


3-5 


M 


4-5 


1-2-3 


4 


2 


3 


3 10 


at Virginia 


27- 


6-12 


5-9 


0-1 


2-24 


4 


4 


4 


17 


atVifginiaTech 


29' 


4-9 


1-2 


34 


0-5-5 


4 


3 





2 12 


GEORGIA TECH 


31- 


1-3 


1-2 


M 


0*0 


2 


5 


2 


1 3 


at Flohda State 


32' 


5i 


1-3 


2-2 


O-ftO 


2 


3 


3 


13 


alWakeFoiesI 


32' 


2-5 


1-2 


M 


1-34 


3 


5 


2 


1 5 


VIRGINIA 


3V 


5-10 


0-1 


34 


3-14 


2 


3 


3 


13 


DUKE 


31' 


6-14 


14 


5-5 


2*2 


3 


3 


3 


18 


at NC Stale 


37' 


6-12 


1-2 


2-2 


1*1 


1 


6 


3 


4 15 


atClemson 


35- 


56 


1-1 


44 


1-2-3 


1 


11 


2 


5 15 


FLORIDA STATE 


37- 


3-9 


24 


0-1 


044 


2 


7 


2 


8 


NORTH CAROLINA 


32' 


4-10 


0-2 


2-3 


1-2-3 


2 


6 


6 


1 1 10 


alDuke 


37' 


56 


2-5 


1-2 


1*9 


3 


12 


4 


1 1 13 


NC STATE 


28 


1-5 


0-2 


4-5 


0-1-1 


1 


4 


2 


1 6 


vs. Miami^ 


33' 


4-10 


14 


0-0 


1-2-3 


3 


5 


4 


3 9 


vs. Davidson' 


31- 


4-9 


14 


1-2 


044 


2 


4 


4 


1 1 10 


vs. Butler' 


37' 


2-5 


0-2 


24 


2-24 


2 


4 


1 


1 1 6 


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Vasquez's 
Career Highs 

POINTS 28 vs. American (12/22/07) 


REBOUNDS 


9 (4x) last vs. Virginia Tech (2/20/08) 


FG MADE 


11 (2x) last vs. Virqinia Tech (2/20/08) 


FGATT. 


22 (2x) last vs. Virqinia Tech (2/20/08) 


3FGMADE 


6 vs. American (12/22/07) 


3 FGATT. 


11 vs. Virqinia (1/30/08) 


FT MADE 


9 (2x) last vs. VCU (12/2/07) 


FT ATT. 


10 (2x) last at Charlotte (1/5/08) 


ASSISTS 


15 vs. NC State (2/9/08) 


BLOCKS 


2 (2x) last at Syracuse (3/20/08) 


STEALS 


5 atClemson (2/18/07) 


MINUTES 


43 vs. Northeastern (11/15/07) 






Vasquez'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 


St! 


Pts-Avg 


2006-07 34-21 980-28.8 114-257 


.444 


31-98 


.316 


75-94 


.798 


26-86 


112-3.3 


79-2 


157 


92 


5 


39 


334-9,8 


2007-08 34-34 1258-37.0 199-461 


.432 


64-207 


.309 


115-147 


.782 


31-162 


193-5.7 


78-1 


231 


149 


9 


47 


577-17.0 


Career 68-56 2238-32.9 313-718 


.436 


95-305 


.311 


190-241 


.788 


57-248 


305-4.5 


157-3 


388 


241 


14 


86 


911-13.4 


Vasquez's ACC 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. 


2006-07 16-14 498-31.1 59-139 


.424 


16^8 


.333 


32-40 


.800 


14-30 


44-2.8 


40-1 


79 


45 


2 


21 


166-10.4 


2007-08 16-16 596-37.2 105-242 


.434 


27-100 


.270 


45-62 


.726 


18-78 


96-6.0 


40-1 


120 


77 


4 


24 


282-17.6 


Career 32-30 1094-34.2 164-381 


.430 


43-148 


.291 


77-102 


.755 


32-108 


140-4.4 


80-2 


199 


122 


6 


45 


448-14.0 


Vasquez's NCAA Tournament Statistics 

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


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Rs.-Avg 


2006-07 2-2 68-34.0 6-14 


.429 


1-6 


.167 


3-6 


.500 


2-6 


8-4.0 


4-0 


8 


5 


2 


2 


16-8.0 






2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACC CHAMPIONS 



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6-3 . 222 . SOPHOMORE, 1V • FORWARD 
ATLANTA, GA. • WESTLAKE 



Gary Williams On Jerome Burney: 

"Jerome will get the opportunity to play more with the graduation of Bambale Osby and James Gist. He has to be more aggressive in his new role." 



On Burney: 

Athletic sophomore who will be counted on for production in the 
trontcourt this season... solid shot-blocker and an aggressive 
rebounder... will compete for a starting spot on the front line... 
seven of his 1 7 appearances came at the end of the season. 

As a Redshirt Freshman 
(2007-08): 

Played in 1 7 games as a redshirt freshman . . . averaged 1 .8 points 
and 1 .6 rebounds in 7.4 minutes per game in 2007-08 ... came off 
the bench and posted four points and four rebounds at Virginia 
(Ivlarch 9) ... established season highs with six points, three field 
goals, two assists, and four blocked shots against Clemson (March 
2) ... scored four points and pulled down a season-high five 
rebounds at Miami (Feb. 23) ... finished with two points and two 
rebounds in two minutes against Delaware (Dec. 28) ... recorded 
four points, two field goals and two blocks against Illinois (Nov. 28) 
... scored two points and added a rebound and a blocked shot in 
13 minutes off the bench against Lehigh (Nov. 23) ... pulled down 
two rebounds in seven minutes of action against Hampton (Nov. 
12) ... came off the bench and had two points and two rebounds 
in six minutes against North Florida (Nov. 11). 



As a Freshman (2006-07): 



Personal: 



Sat out the season as a redshirt after suffering an injury during Jerome Anthony Bumey, Jr. ... bom January 11, 1988 ... son of 



fall practice. 



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At Westlake High School: ^'^'"°°^ ^ms video 

Earned four letters under head coach Dan-on Rogers ... finished '"apnng in kinesiology. 

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 1 5 triple-doubles during his high school career 
... averaged 12.0 points, 11.0 rebounds, and lO.Oblocks per game 
as a senior ... led the Lions to a 32-1 record and a mnner-up finish 
in the state Class 4A Championships . . . recorded a school-record 
18 blocked shots against Redan High during his senior campaign 
... eamed first team all-region honors as a senior ... garnered 
Second Team Class 4AAII-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 16 minutes in the Charm 
City Challenge All-Star Classic ... helped the Lions post a 27-4 
record as a junior ... averaged 14.0 points, 11.0 rebounds, and 
6.0 blocks per contest in 2004-05. 



Toni and Jerome Bumey . . . oldest of three with brothers Joshua 
(18) and Jonathan (4) ... member of the Men of Westlake in high 
school ... enjoys video games and drawing In his spare time ... 



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Burney's Career Highs 

POINTS 6 vs. Clemson (3/2/08) 


REBOUNDS 


5 at Miami (2/23/08) 


FG MADE 


3 vs. Clemson (3/2/08) 


FGAK 


6 vs. Clemson (3/2/08) 


3 FG MADE 





3FGAn. 





FT MADE 





. FT An. 


2 (2x) last vs. Lehiqh (11/23/07) 


' ASSISTS 


2 vs. Clemson (3/2/08) 


« BLOCKS 


4 vs. Clemson (3/2/08) 


STEALS 


2 vs. Boston Colleqe (3/13/08) 


MINUTES 


16 vs. Clemson (3/2/08) 


' 



Burney 2007-08 Game-By-Game 

OPPONENT MIN FG-A 3FG-A FT-A 0-DR PF A TO B S TP 



NORTH FLORIDA- 



MORGAN STATE 



BOSTON COLLEGE 



SAVANNAH STATE 



al Vlrqinia Tech 



VIRGINW 



al Georgia Tech 



al Bosion Colleqe 



31 ^fqinia 



V5. Bosion Colleqe' 



at Minnesota* 



al Syracuse* 



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



M M 0-2-2 



(ln[Hni 



dnpnni 



dnpHnj 



M 0-2 1-0-1 



10 2-3 M M 1-1-2 



dniHal 



0-0 0-0 0-1-1 



0-0 0-0 WW) 



tln[Kal 



dniKd 



dn^Kd 



dniKd 



dntKd 



dntKd 



dniKd 



dniKd 



dn[>cd 



dniHal 



dniHal 



dniKd 



M M 2-0-2 



00 0^) 0-3-3 



M M 0-1-1 







10 2 



2 4 



M 00 OM 2.1 000 2 



M 0^1 0-1-1 0-0 







M 0O0OO<Ml 100000 



OO OO 2-0-2 2 







12 24 OO 0^) 3-2-5 4 



10 2 2 



2 4 6 



13 24 00 00 0-44 10 4 



00 00 00 0-1-1 10 2 



2 



OO OO 0*0 1 



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•MasterCard Nn 




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Burney'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-Avg 


2007-08 17-0 125-7.4 15-32 


.469 


0-0 


.00 


0-4 


.000 


10-17 


27-1.6 


8-0 


4 


2 


9 


2 


30-1.8 


Burney's ACC Statistics 

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


Pcf. 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avq. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pfs.-Avq. 


2007-08 4-0 57-14.3 8-15 


.533 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


5-9 


14-3.5 


4-0 


3 


1 


6 





16^.0 








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2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2 04 ACC CHAMPIONS 





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B-2 . 190 . SOPHOMORE, IV • GUARD 
T, MD. . MONTROSE CHRISTIAN 



Gary Williams On Adrian Bowie: 

"Adrian has worked hard to become a better player in the off-season. We look for a bigger contribution from Adrian this year" 



On Bowie: 

Tremendous athlete who saw expanded role at the end of last 
season... started both Postseason NIT games at the point... 
can break down his defender off the dribble and get to the 
basket... expected to see expanded minutes this season in a 
deep backcourt. 

As a Freshman (2007-08): 

Played in all 34 games and started the final two games of the 
season against Minnesota (March 18) and Syracuse (March 20) 
... averaged 3.7 points, 1.6 rebounds and 0.9 assists per game 
as a freshman . . . scored in double figures five times and recorded 
at least three steals on two occasions ... tallied a season-high 
15 points in 20 minutes off the bench at Virginia (March 9) ... 
recorded 12 points and six field goals in 12 minutes against 
Clemson (March 2) ... played 17 minutes and recorded three 
assists at North Carolina (Jan. 15) ... scored 10 points and pulled 
down a season-high eight rebounds against Wake Forest (Jan. 
15) ... also recorded three steals in less than a minute to spark 
a clinching 10-2 run against the Demon Deacons ... scored 12 
points on 6-for-8 from the floor and matched his personal best with 
three assists at Virginia Tech (Jan. 12) ... scored four points and 



grabbed five boards in 21 minutes off the bench against Lehigh 
(Nov. 23) ... recorded six points on 3-of-4 shooting from the field 
against Missouri (Nov. 20) ... tallied four points, five rebounds, 
three assists and two steals in 15 minutes off the bench against 
tJCLA (Nov. 19) ... finished with three points, one rebound and 
one steal in 1 2 minutes against Northeastern (Nov. 15)... scored 
two points and added a pair of rebounds against Hampton (Nov. 
12) ... played 25 minutes off the bench against North Florida, 
finishing 4-of-6 from the floor for 12 points while adding three 
rebounds, two assists and two steals (Nov. 11). 

At Montrose Chrsitian: 

Ranked the 28th best shooting guard nationally by Scout.com ... 
ranked among the top-30 shooting guards in the country by Rivals, 
com ... scored 14 points for the Capital All-Stars in the 2007 Capital 
Classic at Comcast Center ... named to the 2007AII-Met team by 
the Washington Post ... a four-year starter for Montrose Christian 
... averaged 1 4.6 points, 5.8 assists, 4.2 rebounds and 2.3 steals 
per game as a senior ... helped the Mustangs post a 21-3 record 
and finished the year ranked No. 2 by the Washington Post ... 
named first-team All-Met as a senior ... averaged 14.7 points and 
3.6 assists per game as a junior ... started for Montrose Christian, 



which finished the year 20-2 in 2005-06 ... named third-team 
All-Met by the Washington Post in 2006 ... garnered first team 
all-tournament honors at the Players Toumament in Oriando ... 
named to the all-tournament team at the Honolulu Invitational ... 
played with current Terrapin teammate Greivis Vasquez in high 
school .... recmited by Florida State, Michigan, NC State, Virginia 
and Virginia Tech ... high school coach was Stu Vetter 

Personal: 

Adrian Michael Bowie ... bom August 6, 1989 ... son of Marsha 
and John Bowie ... has an older brother, Damn (19) ... father 
John worits as an equipment manager at Maryland ... enjoys 
watching movies, bowling, and spending time with his family ... 
lists Tracy McGrady as his favorite athlete ... enrolled In letters 
& sciences. 



200S-03 MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 






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Bowie 

POINTS 




's Career Highs 

15 at Virginia (3/9/08) 


REBOUNDS 


8 vs. Wal<e Forest (1/15/08) 


FG MADE 


6 (3x) last at Virginia (3/9/08) 


FGAR 


8 (2x) at Virginia (3/9/08) 


3 FG MADE 


3 at Virginia (3/9/08) 


3 FG AH. 


4 at Virginia (3/9/08) 


FT MADE 


3 (2x) last at Minnesota (3/18/07) 


FT ATT. 


5 (2x) last vs. Wal(e Forest (1/15/08) 


ASSISTS 


3 (3x) last at North Carolina (1/19/08) 


BLOCKS 





STEALS 


3 (2x) last vs. Wake Forest (1/15/08) 


MINUTES 


32 vs. Wake Forest (1/15/08) 


1 



Bowie 2007-08 Game-By-Game 

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


TP 


NORTH aORIDA- 


25 


4.« 


1-1 


J4 


0-3-3 




2 


3 


2 


12 


HAMPTON' 


10 


0-1 


(H) 


24 


1-1-2 




1 


1 





2 


NORTHEASTERN 


12 


1-1 


0-1 


1-2 


0-1-1 







1 


1 


3 


V5.UaA' 


15 


14 


W) 


2-2 


14-5 




3 


2 


2 


4 


KMbsaif 


11 


34 


M 


W) 


OM 




1 


6 


1 


6 


LEHIGH 


21 


2-7 


M 


00 


3-2-5 




1 


1 


1 


4 


IlLINOIS- 


8 


M 


Ml 


(M 


0-1-1 




1 


1 








vs-VCtf 


6 


1-2 


0-1 


frO 


0-2-2 










1 


2 


MORGAN STATE 


8 


M 


0^1 


00 


000 




1 


1 








BOSTON COiEGE 


2 


M 


0-0 


00 


OJM 










1 





OHIO 


4 


1-1 


0^1 


00 


0<H) 














2 


AMERICAN 


8 


0-1 


0-1 


00 


0-1-1 

















DEUWARE 


14 


0-1 


M 


2-5 


2-3-5 





1 








2 


SAVANNAH STATE 


14 


34 


M 


00 


3-14 




1 


2 


3 


e 


alChalolte 


4 


0-1 


M 


0-2 


000 
















HaV CROSS 


15 


2-3 


0-1 


M 


0-1-1 




2 


3 





4 


aVJqiniaTecli 


28 


M 


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0-1 


1-2-3 




3 


2 


1 


12 


WAKE FOREST 


32 


4-7 


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2-5 


0*8 




2 


2 


3 


10 


alNo(tliCan*B 


17 


0-2 


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1-2 


OOO 




3 





1 


1 


DUKE 


12 


1-1 


M 


00 


0-1-1 




1 


2 





2 


VIRGINIA 


IS 


M 


M 


00 


0-1-1 







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atGeoqaTedi 


5 


2-2 


1-1 


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5 


3( Boston CoBeqe 


5 


M 


00 


00 


0-1-1 





1 





1 





NC STATE 


7 


0-1 


00 


00 


0*0 








1 








alDuke 


3 


1-1 


M 


00 


000 


1 











2 


aORlOA STATE 


6 


1-2 


00 


2-2 


1-0-1 





1 





1 


4 


VIRGINIA TECH 


11 


M 


M 


00 


000 


1 





1 








antm 


3 


M 


00 


00 


0*0 


1 





1 








alWakeForea 


16 


1-3 


1-2 


00 


(^2-2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


3 


CIEHSON 


12 


U 


00 


0-1 


0-1-1 











1 


12 


atViqinia 


20 


M 


34 


00 


2-1-3 


4 


1 


1 


1 


15 


vs. Boston Cofeqe' 


13 


24 


0^1 


1-2 


0-1-1 





1 


1 


1 


5 


alUniKsol3> 


20' 


2-5 


0-1 


34 


0-3J 


1 


2 


2 


2 


7 


31 Syracuse' 


18' 


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Year G-GS Min-Avq FG-A 


Pet 


3FG-A 


Pet 


FT-A 


Pet 


Off-Def 


Reb-Avg 


PF-FO 


Ast 


TO 


BIk 


StI 


Pts-Avg 


2007-08 34-2 420-12.4 


50-86 


.581 


6-12 


.500 


19-36 


.528 


15-41 


56-1.6 


42-0 


31 


37 





26 


125-3.7 


Botvie'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 


2007-08 16-0 194-12.1 


28-41 


,683 


5-7 


.714 


5-11 


.455 


4-17 


21-1.3 


21-0 


14 


13 





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BALTIMORE, MD. • CALVERT HALL 



Gary Williams On Braxton Dupree: 

"Braxton has lost 15 pounds as he gets ready for this year. He has a great opportunity as a sophomore for extended playing time." 



On Dupree: 

Solid post player whose off-season work has made him ready 
for a potential starting role inside... excellent combination of 
strength and quickness for his size... plays well with his back to 
the basket... solid rebounder. 

As a Freshman (2007-08): 

Played in 27 games and made eight starts during his freshman 
campaign . . . averaged 2.5 points and 2.2 rebounds per game . . . 
scored in double figures twice on the season, including a personal- 
best 14 points against Lehigh (Nov. 23) ... came off the bench and 
scored six points and added five rebounds at Minnesota (March 
18) ... played 18 minutes against Holy Cross and recorded five 
rebounds, one assist and one blocked shot against the Crusaders 
... pulled down a season-high six rebounds against Morgan State 
(Dec. 6) . . . eamed the start and scored in double figures for the 
second-straight game with 10 points against Illinois (Nov 28) ... 
eamed his first career start against Lehigh and responded with 
14 points on 5-of-9 shooting and pulled down five rebounds ... 
scored five points and pulled down four rebounds against Mis- 



souri (Nov. 20) ... recorded four points, three rebounds, and a 
blocked shot in 13 minutes against UCLA (Nov 19) ... recorded 
a rebound in seven minutes against Northeastern (Nov. 15) ... 
played two minutes off the bench against Hampton (Nov 12) ... 
played 14 minutes off the bench, recording four rebounds and a 
block against North Florida (Nov. 11). 

At Calvert Hall: 

Ranked as the No. 90 overall prospect and 16th among centers 
by Scout.com ... ranked the 15th best center in the nation by 
Rivals.com ... named to the U.S. All-Stars team that took part 
in the 2007 Capital Classic at Comcast Center ... 2007 All-Met 
selection by the Baltimore Styn ... first team All-Baltimore County 
as a senior ... first team All-Maryland Interscholastic Athletic 
Association (MIAA) ... averaged 21.0 points, 13.1 rebounds, 5.0 
blocked shots and 2.9 steals per game during his senior year ... 
named second-team All-Baltimore County by the Baltimore Sur> in 
2005-06 as Calvert Hall finished 20-14 ... posted 12.5 points, 8.5 
rebounds and 3.5 blocked shots as a junior ... averaged 9.0 points 
and 8.0 rebounds as a sophomore, helping the Cardinals post 



a 23-13 record ... recmited by Clemson, Georgetown, Georgia 
Tech, NC State, Virginia, and Virginia Tech ... high school coach 
wasMari(Amatucci. 

Personal: 

Braxton Clarit Dupree ... bom April 6, 1989 ... son of Denise and 
James Dupree ... youngest of four with brothers Jaman (34), Sean 
(30), and Michael (26)... a member of the Black Awareness dub 
at Calvert Hall ... Calvert Hall is the same school which produced 
Tengpin great Juan Dixon ... lists Gilbert Arenas as his favorite 
athlete ... enrolled in letters & sciences. 



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POINTS 14 vs. Lehiqh (11/23/07) 


REBOUNDS 


6 vs. Morqan Stale (12/6/07) 


FG MADE 


5 (2x) last vs. Illinois (11/28/07) 


FGAR 


9 vs. Letiiqh (11/23/07) 


3 FG MADE 





3 FGAR 





RMADE 


4 (2x) last at Minnesota (3/18/08) 


RAH. 


7vs. Lehiqh (11/23/07) 


ASSISTS 


1(2x) last vs. Holy Cross (1/8/08) 


BLOCKS 


2 vs. Savannah State (1/2/08) 


STEALS 





MINUTES 


27 vs. Lehiqh (11/23/07) 





Dupree 2007-08 Game-By-Game 

OPTOHENT UIN FG-A 3FG-A FT-A 0*R PF A TO B S 


TP 


NORIHaORIDA- U 


0-2 


04) 


0-0 


1-W 


2 





3 


1 





HAAFTON' 2 


M 


M 


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WW) 


1 














NORTHEASTERN 7 


M 


W) 


M 


0-1-1 

















V5 UOA' 13 


2-3 


W) 


0-0 


2-1-3 


3 





2 


1 


4 


vs. Ifesor* 17 


2-5 


0-0 


1-2 


1-W 


2 





I 





5 


LEHIGH 27- 


5-9 


00 


4-7 


3-2-5 


2 





2 





14 


UJNOtS* «• 


5-7 


00 


0-0 


2-J-5 


1 








1 


10 


bVCU" 12- 


1-2 


00 


1-2 


1-0-1 


1 


1 





1 


3 


MORGAN STATE 14' 


0-2 


0-0 


3-« 


3-M 


1 





1 





3 


BOSTON COUfGE 12- 


U 


W) 


1-2 


2-0-2 


1 





1 





3 


OHIO r 


1-1 


00 


0-1 


000 








1 





2 


AMERICAN 15- 


w 


00 


2-2 


l-i-5 








1 


1 


4 


OaAWARE 10 


1-3 


M 


2-2 


1-2-3 


3 





2 





4 


SAVANNAH STATE 10 


1-3 


0^ 


00 


1-2-3 


2 





1 


2 


2 


actiarwe 9 


0-2 


00 


00 


0-1-1 


1 














Hav CROSS 18 


0-1 


00 


0-2 


3-2-5 


2 


1 


1 


1 





ayrihzTeti 6 


0-2 


oo 


2-2 


0-1-1 


1 











2 


WAXE FOREST 8- 


0-1 


00 


00 


WW 

















aINoilhCarelna 1 


M 


M 


00 


WW 

















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VRGINIA 6 


M 


00 


00 


0*0 


1 











u 


aGeonBTedi 7 


0-1 


00 


1-2 


1-0-1 


1 





1 


1 


1 


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0-1 


OO 


00 


OOO 








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NC STATE 6 


W) 


00 


00 


0-1-1 


1 














alOtte 2 


00 


0-0 


00 


0*0 

















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VRGHIATECH 7 


0-1 


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0-0 


1-1-2 








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1-2 


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44 


3-2-5 


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Year G-GS Min-Avq 


:s 

FG-A 


Pet 


3FG-A 


Pet 


FT-A 


Pet 


Off-Def 


Reb-Avg 


PF-FO 


Ast 


TO 


BIk 


StI 


Pts-Avg 


2007-08 27-8 277-10.3 


23-60 


.383 


0-0 


.000 


21-34 


.618 


26-33 


59-2.2 


31-0 


2 


22 


9 





67-2.5 


Dupree's ACC Statistics 

Year GP-GS Min.-Avg. 


FG-A 


Pet 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avg. 


PF-D 


Ast 


To 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2007-08 10-2 59-5.9 


1-10 


.100 


0-0 


.000 


4-6 


.667 


4-3 


7-0.7 


5-0 


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4 


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B-V . 227 . SOPHOMORE, 1V • FORWARD 
BALTIMORE, MD. • MOUNT ST. JOSEPH 



Gary Williams On Dino Gregory: 

"Dino is another inside player who will get an opportunity to show what he can do this year after not playing much his freshman year." 



On Gregory: 

Played at both small forward and power forward last season, but 
should see more time at power forward in 2008-09... possesses 
an advanced repertoire around the basket. . . has the ability to run 
the floor and finish in transition. 

As a Freshman (2007-08): 

Played in 14 games as a true freshman in 2008-09 ... averaged 
0.9 points and 1 .4 rebounds in 6.6 minutes per game ... scored 
two points in eight minutes against Holy Cross (Jan. 8) ... came 
off the bench against Savannah State (Jan. 2) and finished with 
two points and one rebounds in eight minutes ... grabbed three 
rebounds and scored two points in reserve action against Ohio 
(Dec. 12) ... scored two points and blocked two shots in five min- 
utes against Boston College (Dec. 9) ... recorded two rebounds in 
six minutes off the bench against Lehigh (Nov. 23) . . . went 2-for-2 
from the three throw line and added a rebound in four minutes 
against Missouri (Nov. 20) ... secured an offensive rebound in 
one minute off the bench against UCLA (Nov. 19)... played five 
minutes off the bench and grabbed a rebound against Hampton 
(Nov. 12) ... recorded five rebounds, two assists, a block and a 
steal against North Florida (Nov. 11). 



At Mount St. Joseph: 

Named among the top-40 power fora/ards in the nation by Rivals, 
com ... scored 12 points and grabbed six rebounds in the Capital 
Classic at Comcast Center ... finished his career at Mount Saint 
Joseph with a record of 123-19 ... named the 2007 All-Baltimore 
City Player of the Year by the Baltimore Sun... named to the 2007 
All-Met Boys Basketball Team (Baltimore Sun) ... earned First 
Team All-Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) 
honors as a junior and senior ... named all-city and All-BCL 
first team following his senior year ... averaged 14.4 points, 8.5 
rebounds and 2.7 blocked shots as a senior ... helped the Gaels 
post a 25-8 record in 2006-07 and finished the year ranked No. 2 
by the Baltimore Sun ... named team MVP as a senior ... posted 
1 3.0 points, 9.0 rebounds and 3.0 blocked shots as a junior as the 
Gaels finished 38-1 and captured their third consecutive league 
championship ... second-team All-Baltimore City in 2005-06 ... 
recruited by Clemson, Florida State, Miami, NC State, Stanford 
and Virginia Tech ... high school coach was Pat Clatchey 



Personal: 

Dino Pascal Gregory ... bom August 14, 1989 ... son of Idallareese 
and Dino Gregory ... has two brothers, Dariel (14) and Craig (22) 
... also has three sisters. Jasmin (18), Donna (16) and Valenzia 
(15) ... father played college basketball at Long Beach State ... 
named to the academic honor roll at Mount Saint Joseph ... enjoys 
chess and soccer in his spare time ... lists Scottie Pippen as his 
favorite athlete ... enrolled in letters & sciences. 



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Gregory's 
Career Highs 



POINTS 


2 (6x) last vs. Holy Cross (1/8/08) 


REBOUNDS 


5 vs. North Florida (11/11/07) 


FG MADE 


1(5x) last vs. Holy Cross (1/8/08) 


FGAR 


3 (2x) last vs. Boston College 
(12/9/07) 


3 FG MADE 





3FGAn. 





FT MADE 


2 vs. Missouri (11/20/07) 


FT ATT. 


2 vs. Missouri (11/20/07) 


ASSISTS 


2 vs. North Florida (11/11/07) 


BLOCKS 


2 vs. Boston Colleqe (12/9/07) 


STEALS 


1 vs. North Florida (11/11/07) 


MINUTES 


15 (2x) last vs. Ohio (12/12/07) 



Gregory 2007-08 Game-By-Game 

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

NORTH FLORIDA' 15 0-3 0^) Oj) 14-5 1 2 2 1 1 11 



M 0-0 rn-i 







NORTHEASTERN 



>0 0-0 (HH) 



10 



00 00 1-0-1 



M 2-2 0-1-1 3 



00 0-1 0-2-2 



10 



dniKd 



dn[>cd 



10 1-3 00 00 2-24 



2 



BOSTON COLLEGE 



00 00 0-0^) 



2 2 



M 00 2-1-3 2 2 



0-1 0^) oo o^^o 



0^)00 0^) 0-1-1 







SAVANNAH STATE 



OO OO 1-0-1 1 2 



HOLY CROSS 



dn[Kd 



8 1-1 0^1 OO O^M) 1 2 



al Vin]inia Tech 



dnp-cd 



M OO OO 0*0 







al North Carolina 



dniKd 



VIRGINIA 



dniKd 



al Georgia Tech 



dniKd 



al Boston Cojteqe 



dnp-cd 



NC STATE 



alDuke 



dniKd 



dnpcd 



dniKd 



dniKd 



dniKd 



dniKd 



al Virginia 



dniKd 



vs. Boston Colteqe' 



dnpcd 



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dn[Kd 



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Gregory'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-Avg 


2007-08 14-0 92-6,6 5-17 


.294 


0-0 


.000 


2-3 


.667 


8-11 


19-1.4 


16-0 


2 


7 


3 


1 


i;-0 9 


Gregory's ACC Statistics 

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


Pet 


3P-A 


Pet. 


FT-A 


Pet. 


OR-DR 


Reb-Avq. 


PF-FO 


Ast 


TO 


BIk 


St 


Pts.-Avg. 


2007-08 2-0 7-3.5 1-2 


.500 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


0-0.0 


1-0 








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COLUMBIA, MD. • OAKLAND MILLS 



Gary Williams On David Pearman: 

"David is a solid wall<-on who gives us great effort in practice," 



On Pearman: 

Played in two games for Terps a year ago.. . walk-on wtio can play 
a couple different positions... uses tiis length and athleticism on 
defense to disrupt an opponent. 

As a Freshman (2007-08): 

Joined the Terps as a wall(-on ... played two minutes against 
Delaware (Dec. 28) ... played a season-high 3 minutes against 
Savannah State (1/2). 



At Oakland Mills: 

Named the 2007 Oakland Mills High School Athlete of the Year ... 
earned first team all-county honors in 2007 ... named team captain 
and earned Most Valuable Player award as a senior ... averaged 
18.9 points, 9.0 rebounds, 2.1 blocks and 2.2 assists per game as 
a senior ... helped the Scorpions finish the year 1 6-7 in 2006-07 ... 
second team all-county in basketball following his junior season 
... averaged 13.0 points and 8.1 rebounds as a junior ... helped 
the Scorpions record a 16-7 record in 2005-06 ... also lettered in 
football as a senior ... recorded 25 receptions for 240 yards in 2006 
... recnjited by Eton, Frostburg State, Manhattan, Rhode Island 
and Wagner... high school coach was Jon Browne. 



Personal: 

David Martin Pearman ... bom June 23, 1989 ... son of Christine 
and Donald Peamian ... father played college basketball at St. 
Lawrence (N.Y.) ... has two brothers, Derek (16)and Jared (16) ... 
a member of the Alpha Achievers at Oakland Mills High School ... 
dreamed of playing at Maryland since childhood ... enjoys music, 
cooking and playing sports in his spare time ... lists Michael Jordan 
as his favorite athlete ... enrolled in letters & sciences. 



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


NORTH FLORIDA' 




dnM 


HAMPTON" 




dfiM 


NORTHEASTERN 




dnp-cd 


vs. UCU' 




dnfKd 


vs. Missouri* 




dnM 


LEHIGH 




dnp-cd 


ILUNOIS- 




dnp-cd 


vs.VCU" 




dnp-cd 


MORGAN STATE 




dnM 


BOSTON COLLEGE 




dnp-cd 


OHIO 




dnp-cd 


AMERICAN 




dnfKd 


OEUWARE 


2 


CM) (H) (H) WW) 1 


SAVANNAH STATE 


3 


(W) (M)(W)(MM1 00000 


alChartone 




dnM 


HOLY CROSS 




dnM 


atVirqQitaTech 




dn[wd 


WAKE FOREST 




dnp-cd 


al N«th Carolina 




dnp-cd 


DUKE 




dnpKal 


VIRGINIA 




dnfwd 


alGeorqisTecli 




dnp-cd 


alSoslonColleqe 




dnp-cd 


NC STATE 




dnp-cd 


alDuke 




dnpKxJ 


FLORIDA STATi 




dnp<il 


VIRGINIA TECH 




dnp-cd 


at Miami 




dnp<d 


alWakePoresI 




dnfwd 


CLEMSON 




dnp-cd 


alViiqulla 




dnp-cd 


vs. Boston Colletie' 




dnpHxJ 


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Pearman'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-Avg 


2007-08 2-0 5-2.5 0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


.000 


0-0 


0-0.0 


1-0 














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B-B • 1SO . SOPHOMORE, IV • GUARD/FWD 
EL PASO, TEXAS • CHAPIN 



Gary Williams On Cliff Tucker: 

"This will be a big year for Cliff to see how dedicated his is toward becoming a good college basketball player." 



On Tucker: 

Athletic wing player who appeared in 32 games as a freshman. . . 
solid shooter who hit 49 percent from the floor. . . another swing- 
man who gives Terrapins a number of potential combinations on 
the floor both offensively and defensively... good "floor" player 
who eams rebounds, assists and steals.. . two-sport star who also 
played football in high school. 

As a Freshman (2007-08): 

Played in 32 games and made six starts as a freshman ... aver- 
aged 4.1 points, 2.3 rebounds and 15.9 minutes per game ... 
accumulated 43 assists, 11 blocks, and 21 steals on the season 
... scored seven points and pulled down three rebounds in 14 
minutes at Syracuse ... came off the bench and scored eight 
points of 4-of-7 shooting from the field against Boston College 
in the ACC Tournament ... grabbed five rebounds and added a 
blocked shot and a steal at Duke (Feb. 13) ... scored seven points 
in nine minutes of action at Georgia Tech (Feb. 2) . . . dished out a 
season-high six assists at Virginia Tech (Jan. 1 2) ... finished with 
a season-high 1 points and added four assists and four steals in 



30 minutes against Holy Cross (Jan. 8) ... went 3-for-4 from the 
free throw line and came up with four steals against Savannah 
State (Jan. 2) ... recorded eight points and five rebounds in 16 
minutes of action off the bench against Boston College (Dec. 
9) ... scored seven points and added four rebounds and two 
assists against VCtJ (Dec. 2) . . . scored nine points and grabbed 
five rebounds against lllincis (Nov. 28) ... grabbed a defensive 
rebound in eight minutes against UCLA (Nov. 1 9) ... finished with 
three points and two assists in nine minutes against Northeastern 
(Nov. 15)... scored six points on 2-of-3 shooting from the floor in 
15 minutes against Hampton (Nov. 12) ... earned his first career 
start against North Florida (Nov. 11) and recorded eight points, 
seven rebounds, and a pair of assists. 

At Chapin High School: 

Ranked the No. 89 prospect in the nation and No. 6 in the state 
of Texas by Rivals.com ... participated In the 2007 Capital Classic 
at Comcast Center ... named the 2006-07 El Paso Times Boys 
Basketball Co-MVP ... a four-time all-district and all-city selec- 
tion ... two-time first team all-region and ail-state selection ... 



named the 2006-07 Athlete of the Year in Division 1 -4A in Texas 
... McDonalds Ail-American nominee ... named the 2006-07 
All-Athletic Boy at Chapin High School ... averaged 21 .4 points, 
10.1 rebounds, 4.5 assists, 4.4 steals and 2.8 blocked shots per 
game as a senior ... helped the Huskies post a 20-11 record dur- 
ing 2006-07 ... posted 19.9 points, 11.1 rebounds and 4.5 steals 
per game as a junior ... standout performer as a wide receiver 
on the gridiron ... was named the 2007 El Paso Gridiron Player 
of the Year ... hauled in 939 receiving yards and 19 TDs as a 
senior ... two-time team captain of the football team ... recruited 
by Clemson, Georgetown, Texas Tech, LITER and UConn ... high 
school coach was Tom Shukit. 

Personal: 

Clifton Lyonell Tucker, Jr. ... born January 12, 1989 ... son of 
Regina and Clifton Tucker ... enjoys video games and watching 
movies in his free time ... lists Juan Dixon as his favorite athlete 
... enrolled in letters & sciences. 



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Tucker 2007-08 Game-By-Game 

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


TP 


NORTH FLORIDA' 


28- 


34 


1-1 


1-3 34-7 3 


2 





1 


8 


HAMPTON' 


15 


2-3 


1-1 


1-2 D-M 1 











6 


NORTHEASTERN 


9 


1-1 


0-1 


1-2 0*0 1 


2 


2 





3 


vs UCLA' 


8 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 0-1-1 














vs. Missouri' 


4 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 ^0-0 








1 





LEHiGH 


12 


2-2 


0-0 


0-0 0-1-1 2 


2 


1 





4 


iLLINOIS'- 


12 


4-6 


1-1 


0-0 0-5-5 





1 





9 


vs. VCU' 


14 


34 


1-1 


0-0 2-24 1 


2 


4 





7 


MORGAN STATE 


16 


1-3 


1-1 


0-0 044 1 





2 


1 


3 


BOSTON COLLEGE 


16 


3-7 


2-3 


0-0 4-1-5 2 


2 





1 1 


8 


OHIO 


26 


2-6 


0-1 


0-1 2-1-3 


3 





1 


4 


AMERICAN 


16 


0-2 


0-2 


1-2 1-1-2 








2 2 


1 


DELAWARE 


20' 


1-5 


0-2 


(M 1-0-1 1 








2 


2 


SAVANNAH STATE 


23 


24 


0-0 


34 0-1-1 2 


2 


2 


4 


7 


alChailotte 


20 


1-3 


0-2 


0-0 1-2-3 2 


3 








2 


HOLY CROSS 


30' 


5-9 


0-3 


0-2 2-24 


4 





1 4 


to 


at Virqinia Tech 


32' 


1-3 


0-1 


0-0 0-1-1 2 


6 


1 


3 


2 


WAKE FOREST 


19' 


1-5 


0-2 


00 0-1-1 


1 


1 





2 


at North Carolina 


20- 


4-7 


0-1 


0-0 0-2-2 1 


1 





1 1 


8 


DUKE 


18 


2-3 


0-0 


O-O 2-1-3 1 


3 


2 





4 


VIRGINIA 


4 


0-2 


0-1 


0-0 0-0-0 














at Georgia Tech 


9 


3-3 


0* 


1-2 0*0 





1 


2 


7 


at Boston College 


10 


14 


0-0 


0-0 0-1-1 1 


1 








2 


NC STATE 


13 


2-2 


1-1 


0-0 1-1-2 1 





1 





5 


alOuke 


13 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 14-5 





2 


1 1 


_2 


FLORIDA STATE 




dn|}-illness 










VIRGINIA TECH 






dncKd 












at Miami 


8 


0-1 


0-0 


M 0-1-1 


1 











at Wake Forest 


10 


0-1 


M 


1-2 14-5 2 











1 


CLEMSON 


12 


0-1 


0-0 


0-2 1-2-3 2 




2 


1 





at Virqinia 


17 


1-3 


0-1 


1-2 0-1-1 1 




1 





3 


vs. Boston CoHeqe' 


21 


4-7 


0-0 


0-0 1-0-1 1 










8 


at Minnesota* 


17 


24 


0-0 


1-2 2-24 2 




1 


1 


5 


at Syracuse* 


14 


3-5 


0-1 


14 2-1-3 




1 





7 


'Starler'-ACC/Big 10 


ChaiiehQe 


'BBST Classic 'CBE Classic 'ACC Tournament 






•MasterCard W/T 





Tucker's Career Highs 

POINTS 10 VS. Holy Cross (1/8/08) 


REBOUNDS 


7 VS. North Florida (11/11/07) 


FG MADE 


5 vs. Holv Cross (1/8/08) 


FGAH. 


9 VS. Holv Cross (1/8/08) 


3 FG MADE 


2 VS. Boston Colleqe (12/9/07) 


3FGATT. 


3 (2x) last VS. Holv Cross (1/8/08) 


FT MADE 


3 vs. Savannah State (1/2/08) 


FT ATT. 


4 vs. Savannah State (1/2/08) 


ASSISTS 


6 at Virqinia Tech (1/12/08) 


BLOCKS 


2 (2x) last vs. Delaware (12/28/07) 


STEALS 


4 (2x) last vs. Holv Cross (1/8/08) 


MINUTES 


32 at Virqinia Tech (1/12/08) 


1 




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Tucker's Career Statistics 

Year G-GS Min-Avq FG-A 


Pet 


3FG-A 


Pet 


FT-A 


Pet 


Off-Def 


Reb-Avg 


PF-FO 


Ast 


TO 


BIk 


StI 


Pts-Avg 


2007-08 32-6 506-15.8 55-112 


.491 


8-26 


.308 


12-30 


.400 


2747 


74-2.3 


30-0 


44 


25 


11 


21 


130-4.1 


Tucker's AGC 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.-Avq. 


2007-08 14-3 201-14.4 19-44 


,432 


3-10 


.300 


3-8 


.375 


10-20 


30-2.1 


13-0 


20 


11 


3 


9 


44-3.1 




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200 4 ACC CHAMPI O N S 




Gary Williams On Shane Mosley: 

"Sean was the Player of the Year in Baltimore. He has a great opportunity to be an immediate contributor as a freshman to our basketball program.' 



On Mosley: 

One of the top freshmen to amve in College Park in some time... 
at 6-foot-4, has good size for a guard and can beat a defense in 
a number of ways... outstanding scorer and ball-handler whose 
experience and maturity level belies his youth. 




At St. Frances Academy: 

Ranked the No. 62 player in the nation and the 11th-best shoot- 
ing guard by Rivals.com... ranked the No. 8 shooting guard in 
the nation by Scout.com... named Player of the Year by the 
Baltimore Sun... one of two players in Maryland high-school 
history to be named All-Met for four years... named the 2008 
Gatorade Player of the Year in Maryland. . . finished his career as 
the second-leading scorer in Maryland high school basketball with 
2,933 points... a four-year starter for the Panthers... averaged 
24.2 points, 7.5 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 2.1 steals per game 
as a senior, helping his team post a 28-10 record en route to the 
Baltimore Catholic League championship. .. shot 55 percent from 
the field and 84 percent from the free throw line as a senior. . . BCL 
Toumament MVP as a senior. . . named to the All-Tournament team 
of the 2008 Capital Classic after posting 1 6 points, six assists and 
four rebounds... had 15 points, five rebounds and six assists In 
the 2008 Charm City Classic, earning All-Tournament status. . . as 
a junior, averaged 23.5 points, 9,8 rebounds, 5.9 assists and 3.9 
steals per game... All-BCL selection as a junior... posted 18.5 
points and 6.0 rebounds per game as a sophomore... chose 
Maryland over Clemson, Florida State and Syracuse... born 
3/14/89 in Baltimore... coached by William Wells. 



Personal: 

SeanTaron Mosley... bom March 14, 1989 in Baltimore... son of 
Tara and Richard Mosley Sr... worked on his speed and shooting 
in the off-season. . . pretended to be Michael Jordan playing sports 
as a kid... would cast Chris Rock in the lead role in a movie about 
his life... enrolled in letters and sciences.. I^SOa 




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STEM 



B-10 . 250 • FRESHMAN, HS • CENTER 
CHICAGO, ILL. . CURIE METROPOLITAN 



Gary Williams On Steve Coins: 

"Steve is 6-foot-9 and 260 pounds and doesn't have much experience, but he is talented. The amount he'l 
to get to a college level conditioning-wise." 



play will be determined by his conditioning. It's a big step up for Steve 



On Coins: 

Listed by many recruiting websites as the top "sleeper" prospect 



At Curie Metropolitan: 

Ranl(ed the No. 27 center in the nation by Scout.com after blos- 



cut of tlie Chicago metro area. . . has good size at 6-foot-1 0, 250 soming as a senior. . . rated a three-star prospect by the recruiting 



pounds, but can step out and shoot. . . began to realize his potential 
during his senior season in high school. 



web site. . . averaged 1 4 points, 11 .5 rebounds and four blocks as 
a senior on a team that had balanced scoring. . . had tvjo games in 
which he was a block shy of posting a triple-double. . . tabbed as a 
"late bloomer" and a "sleeper" by coaches in the Chicago metro- 
politan area, blossomed after transferring from Leo HS to Curie... 
good low-block scorer, but can also be a spot-up shooter. . . chose 
Maryland over South Florida ... high school coach Mike Oliver 
says his best basketball is ahead of him". 



Personal: 

Steve C. Coins... born July 29, 1990 in Chicago... parents are 
Tracy Reed-Goins and Steve Coins... enjoys listening to music 
before each game... lists Carmelo Anthony as his sports hero... 
enjoys drawing and is considering a career in drawing or computer 
graphics after basketball... enrolled in letters and sciences 



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Landon Milbourne 

F • 6-7 • 207 • Jr,-2V 

Roswell, Ga. 
Oak Hill Academy 



Braxton Dupree 

C • 6-8 • 260 • So.-W 

Baltimore, Md. 

Calvert Hall 



Eric Hayes 

G • 6-4 • 184- Guard ■Jr-2V 

Woodbridge, Va. 

Potomac 



Sean Mosley 

G-6-4-210-Fr.-HS 

Baltimore, Md, 
St. Frances Academy 




Greivis Vasquez 



G ■ 6-6 • 190 • Jr,-2V 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Montrose Christian 



Adrian Bowie 

G- 6-2- 190' So.-W 

Greenbelt, Md, 
Montrose Christian 



David Pearman 

G;F-6-6-188-So.-1V 
Columbia, Md. 
Oakland Mills 



Cliff Tucicer 

G;F'6-6'190-So.-1V 

El Paso, Texas 

Chapin 






Steve Coins 

C • 6-10 • 260 • Fr,-HS 
Chicago, III. 
Curie HS 



Jerome Burney 

F- 6-9 -222 'So -IV 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Westlake 



Dino Gregory 

F- 6-7 •227- So.-W 

Baltimore, Md, 

Mount St Joseph 



Dave Neal 

F • 6-7 • 263 • Sr.-3V 

McLean, Va. 

Bishop O'Connell 



Gary Williams 

Head Coach 

20th Year at Maryland 

Maryland '68 




Chuck Driesell 

Assistant Coach 

3rd Year at Maryland 

Maryland '85 



Keith Booth 

Assistant Coach 

5th Year at Maryland 

Maryland '03 



Kobert Ehsan 

Assistant Coach 

4th Year at Maryland 

UC Davis '05 



Troy Wainwright 

Director of Basketball Operations 

13th Year at Maryland 

UMUC '04 






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^bout the ACC 



The Tradition 




John Swofford, 
ACC Commissioner 



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 56th 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 
109 national championships, including 57 in women's competition 
and 52 in men's. In addition, NCAA individual titles have gone to ACC student-athletes 145 
times in men's competition and 92 times in women's action. 

If success is best measured in tenns 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 18 
years. 

No conference has posted a better NCAA Tournament record than the ACC since the 
NCAA's inaugural tournament in 1939. With an impressive 85-43 mark over the past 10 
years. ACC teams have posted an NCAA Tournament-best mark of 329-164 for a sterling 
.667 winning percentage against the nation's toughest competition. 

In the 24 years of the current 64-team field, the ACC has produced 22 Final Four teams, 
an average of almost one per year and five more than any other conference. 

Since the 1985 NCAA Tournament when the field was expanded to 64 teams, ACC 
teams have been even more impressive compiling a 233-115 (.670) NCAA record, includ- 
ing 63"Sweet 16" appearances and 22 Final Four berths - all NCAA Tournament bests. 
Since 1 985, 63 of the 1 20 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 eight years and 13 
times overall and the league has not posted a losing record in NCAA Tournament play since 
1 987. The conference's 1 9-year non-losing streak in NCAA Tournament play is tops among 
all conferences. 

Since 1981, the ACC has produced 37 consensus Ail-Americans - 17 more than any 
other conference and has accounted for 25 percent of the nation's consensus All-Americans 
(37-of-146). 

Seven of the last 1 2 and nine of the last 1 6 consensus National Players of the Year have 
come from the ACC. Since 1975, the ACC has had 16 consensus national players of the 
year - 13 more than any other conference. Nine of the ACC's 16 National Players of the 
Year were unanimous selections. 

A year ago the ACC led all conferences with 53 players on NBA rosters. In addition, over 
the past three years 33 ACC players have made their NBA debuts, including 15 in 2006, 
eight in 2007 and 10 last years. 

This past June the ACC had four players selected in the annual NBA draft. The ACC has 
had the most, or tied for the most, first round draft picks in four of the past seven years and 
in 10 of the last 16. Since 1986, the ACC has had 89 first round selections (17 more than 
any other conference) and has had at least one first round selection in 20 consecutive NBA 
drafts. 

In 2007, the ACC became the first conference in NCAA history to have 10 teams finish 
the season with 20 or more wins. In addition. 10 ACC teams took part in post-season play, 
including an ACC record seven NCAA Tournament teams. 

For the first time in league history, the ACC surpassed the 2.4 million mark in attendance 
in 2006-07. The 12 league schools totaled 2,435,441 over 213 regular season games and 
six ACC Tournament sessions. 



ACC 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 


Phone 


336-851-6062 


Media Relations Fax 


336-854-8797 


336-547-6261 


Administrative Fax 


336-316-6097 


E-Mail 


mfinn(5)theacc.orq 


Web Address 


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ACC Media Relations Staff 


Mike Finn 


Associate Commissioner 


Brian Morrison 


Associate Commissioner 


Lindsey Rogers 


Associate Director 


Steve Phillips 


Assistant Director 


Barb Dery 


Administrative Assistant 



For the third consecutive year, the ACC surpassed the 2.2 million mari< in basketball at- 
tendance in 2008, with the 12 league teams totaling 2,355,822 over 203 regular-season 
games and six tournament session. 

The stature of ACC basketball is no where more cleariy defined than by the league's 
regional and national television exposure. A record-setting 285 television appearances 
involving ACC teams, highlight the 2007-08 basketball schedule, including 1 62 appearances 
on national television networks. 

The Championships 

The conference will conduct championship competition in 25 sports during the 2008-09 
academic year - 1 2 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 12 sports for men include football, cross country, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor 
and outdoor track, wrestling, baseball, tennis, golf and lacrosse. Fencing, which was started 
in 1971, was discontinued in 1981. 

Championships for women are cun-ently 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 Caro- 
lina. North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest - drawing up the conference 
by-laws. 

The withdrawal of seven schools 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 seven 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 S200.00 to pay for conference expenses. 

On December 4, 1 953. 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 , 1 991 , writh the addition of Florida 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 starting 
with the 2005-06 academic year. 



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Seed#1 



Seed #8 


March 13, Noon 






Mflrrh 19 KInnn 


March 14, 1:30 p.m. 






Winner 8/9 
Seed #4 






Seed #9 


hampionship 

March 15, 
1:00 p.m. 




Seed #5 


March 13, 2 p.m. 




March 12, 2 p.m. 


G 




Winner 5/12 
Seed #2 




Seed #12 




Seed #7 


March 13, 7 p.m. 




March 12. 7 p.m. 


March 14, 3:30 p.m. 




Winner 7/10 
Seed #3 




Seed #10 










Seed #6 


March 13, 9 p.m. 




March 12. 9 p.m. 






Winner 6/11 





56th Annual ACC Tournament 
March 12-15, 2009 
Georgia Dome 
Atlanta, Ga. 





Seed #11 



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2009 NCAA Tournament 



Selection Sunday 

Maich 15 

Opening Round 

Tuesday, March 17 

UD Arena 

Dayton, Ohio 
Host: Dayton 

First and Second Rounds 

Thursday/Saturday, Maich 19/21 

Greensboro Coliseum 
Greensboro, North Carolina 
Host: Atlantic Coast Conference 

Sprint Center 

Kansas City, Missouri 
Host: Big 12 Conference 

Wachovia Center 

Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 
Host: Saint Joseph's University 

Rose Garden 

Portland, Oregon 

Host: University of Oregon 



Friday/Sunday, Maich 20/22 

Taco Bell Arena 

Boise, Idaho 

Host: Boise State University 

UD Arena 

Dayton, Ohio 

Host; University of Dayton 

American Airlines Arena 

Miami, Florida 

Host: Florida International University 

HHH Metrodome 

Minneapolis, Minnesota 

Host: University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 

Regionals 

Thursday/ Saluiday, March 26/28 
East Regional 

TD Banknorth Garden 

Boston, Massachusetts 
Host: Boston College 

West Regional 

University of Phoenix Stadium 

Glendale, Arizona 

Host: Arizona State University 



Friday/Sunday, March 27/29 
Midwest Regional 

Lucas Oil Stadium 

Indianapolis, Indiana 

Host: Butler University/Horizon League 

South Regional 

FedExForum 

Memphis, Tennessee 
Host: University of Memphis 

Final Four 

April 4/6 

Ford Field 

Detroit, Michigan 

Host: University of Detroit-Mercy 



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2007-08 ACC Standings 



Team 


ACC Games 
W L 


Pet. 


Hm 


Rd 


W 


Overall 

L 


Pot. 


Hm 


Rd 


Nu 


Last 10 


North Carolina 


14 


2 


.875 


6-2 


8-0 


36 


3 


.923 


14-2 


13-0 


9-1 


9-1 


Duke 


13 


3 


.813 


7-1 


6-2 


28 


6 


.824 


15-1 


8-2 


5-3 


6-4 


Clemson 


10 


6 


.625 


7-1 


3-5 


24 


10 


.706 


14-2 


6-5 


4-3 


6-4 


Virginia Tech 


9 


7 


.563 


6-2 


3-5 


21 


14 


.600 


14-3 


4-8 


3-3 


7-3 


Miami 


8 


8 


.500 


6-2 


2-6 


23 


11 


.676 


14-2 


4-6 


5-3 


6-4 


Maryland 


8 


8 


.500 


4-4 


4-4 


19 


15 


.559 


13-6 


6-5 


0-4 


3-7 


Georgia Tech 


7 


9 


.438 


3-5 


4-4 


15 


17 


.469 


6-7 


6-8 


3-2 


4-6 


Wal<e Forest 


7 


9 


.438 


6-2 


1-7 


17 


13 


.567 


15-2 


2-10 


0-1 


4-6 


Florida State 


7 


9 


.438 


4-4 


3-5 


19 


15 


.559 


13-5 


4-7 


2-3 


5-5 


Virginia 


5 


11 


.313 


3-5 


2-6 


17 


16 


.515 


13-7 


4-7 


0-2 


6-4 


Boston College 


4 


12 


.250 


3-5 


1-7 


14 


17 


.452 


11-8 


2-7 


1-2 


2-8 


NO State 


4 


12 


.250 


3-5 


1-7 


15 


16 


.484 


10-6 


2-9 


3-0 


1-9 




ACC Individual Statistics 



Scoring 

Player- Team, Class 


G 


FG 


3FG 


FT 


Pts 


Avq/G 


Tyler Hansbrouqh, Jr.. UNC 


39 


289 







304 


882 


22.6 


TyreseRice, Jr.BC 


30 


200 




64 


165 


629 


21.0 


Sean Sinqlelary, Sr, UVa 


33 


203 




58 


189 


653 


19.8 


Jack McClinlon, Jr, UM 


32 


179 




94 


114 


566 


17,7 


Greivls Vasquez, So., Md. 


34 


199 




64 


115 


577 


17.0 


A.D Vassalio, Jr., VT 


35 


206 




85 


95 


592 


16.9 


Wayne Ellinqton, So.. UNC 


39 


237 




78 


95 


647 


16.6 


James Gist, Sr.Md,. 


33 


194 




22 


115 


525 


15.9 


Toney Douqias, Jr., FSU 


34 


178 




62 


106 


524 


15.4 


J J, Hickson, Fr, NCS 


31 


163 







132 


458 


14.8 


K,C. Rivers, Jr, Clem. 


34 


188 




80 


44 


500 


14.7 


James Johnson. Fr., WF 


30 


164 




28 


82 


438 


14.6 


DeMarcus Nelson, Sr., Duke 


34 


172 




40 


110 


494 


14.5 


Jason Rich, Sr, FSU 


34 


183 




31 


95 


492 


14.5 


Anthony Moffow, Sr, GT 


32 


154 




81 


67 


456 


14.3 


JeffTeaque,Fr,WF 


30 


135 




32 


114 


416 


13.9 


Kyle SinqlerFr, Duke 


34 


159 




51 


82 


451 


13.3 


Deron Washinqlon, Sr, VT 


35 


147 




18 


147 


459 


13.1 


Gawin Grant, Sr., NCS 


31 


125 




32 


124 


406 


13.1 


Gerald Henderson, So., Duke 


34 


156 




20 


101 


433 


127 


Ty Lawson, So , UNC 


32 


140 




30 


96 


406 


12.7 


Mamadi Diane, Jr., UVa 


33 


131 




60 


67 


389 


11.8 


Jeff Allen, Fr, VT 


33 


155 




4 


74 


388 


11.8 


Jon Scheyer, So., Duke 


34 


115 




47 


120 


397 


11,7 


Ralph Mims, Sr, FSU 


34 


119 




52 


103 


393 


11.6 


Field Goal Pet. 

Player-Team, Class 






G 




FG 


FGA 


Pet 


J,J. Hickson, Fr, NCS 






31 




163 


276 


0.591 


Tyler Hansbrouqh, Jr, UNC 






39 




289 


535 


0.540 


James Gist, Sr,Md., 






33 




194 


391 


0,496 


Dedflarcus Nelson. Sr., Duke 






34 




172 


351 


0.490 


James Johnson, Fr., WF 






30 




164 


337 


0.487 


Wayne Ellinqton, So., UNC 






39 




237 


507 


0,467 


Jason Rich, Sr, FSU 






34 




183 


410 


0.446 


A.D. Vassalio, Jr, VT 






35 




206 


465 


0.443 


K.C. Rivers, Jr, Clem. 






34 




188 


429 


0.438 


Tyrese Rice, Jr., BC 






30 




200 


462 


0.433 


Free Tiirow Percentage 

Player-Team, Class G 


=TM 


FTA 


Pet 


JackMcClinton,Jr,UU 






32 




114 


124 


0.919 


Jon Scheyer, So,, Duke 






34 




120 


135 


0.889 


Lance Hurdle, Jr.. m 






34 




96 


111 


0.865 


Sean Sinqletary, Sr, UVa 






33 




189 


222 


0.851 


Tyrese Rice, Jr., BC 






30 




165 


195 


0.846 


Ty Lawson, So,. UNC 






32 




96 


115 


0,835 


Uche Echefu, Jr, FSU 






34 




105 


129 


0.814 


Toney Douqias, Jr, FSU 






34 




106 


131 


0.809 


Tyler Hansbrouqh, Jr, UNC 






39 




304 


377 


0.806 


Ralph Mims, Sr, FSU 






34 




103 


128 


0.805 



Rebounds 

Player-Team, Class 


G 


Reb. 


Avq/G 


Tyler Hansbrouqh, Jr., UNC 


39 


399 


10.2 


J.J. Hickson, Fr, NCS 


31 


262 


8,5 


James Johnson. Fr, WF 


30 


244 


8.1 


James Gist, Sr., Md. 


33 


260 


7.9 


Jeff Allen, Fr, VT 


33 


251 


7.6 


Trevor Booker, So., Clem. 


34 


249 


7.3 


Uche Echefu, Jr., FSU 


34 


248 


7.3 


Jeremis Smith, Sr, GT 


32 


227 


7.1 


Anthony Kinq,Sr.,UM 


34 


239 


7 


James Mays. Sr, Clem. 


29 


196 


6.8 


Assists 

Player-Team, Class 


G Assists 


Avg/G 


Greivls Vasquez, So., Md., 


34 


231 


6.8 


Sean Sinqletary, Sr, UVa 


33 


202 


6.1 


Ty Lawson, So., UNC 


32 


165 


5.2 


Tyrese Rice, Jr,BC 


30 


149 


5,0 


Ishmael Smith, So, WF 


30 


141 


4.7 


Eric Hayes, So., Md„ 


31 


138 


4.5 


CliffHammonds, Sr,Clem, 


34 


133 


3.9 


IVIatt Causey Sr, GT 


30 


111 


3.7 


Maurice Miller, Fr, GT 


29 


96 


3.3 


Hank Thorns, Fr.,VT 


35 


113 


3.2 


Steals 

Plaver-Team, Class 


G 


Steals 


Avg/G 


Toney Douqias, Jr, FSU 


34 


90 


2.7 


Jeff Allen, Fr, VT 


33 


69 


2.1 


CliffHammonds, Sr, Clem. 


34 


66 


1.9 


K.C. Rivers, Jr., Clem. 


34 


64 


1.9 


JeffTeaque,Fr.,WF 


30 


55 


1.8 


Sean Sinqletary, Sr, UVa 


33 


60 


1.8 


James Mays, Sr, Clem. 


29 


50 


1.7 


Ralph Mims, Sr, FSU 


34 


57 


1.7 


Tyrese Rice, Jr, BC 


30 


48 


1.6 


Ty Lawson, So., UNC 


32 


51 


1.6 


3-point FGs 

Player-Team, Class 


G 


3FG 


Avg(G 


JackMcClinton,Jr,UM 


32 


94 


2.9 


Anthony Morrow, Sr, GT 


32 


81 


2.5 


TerrenceOqlesby, Fr,Clem. 


34 


85 


2.5 


Greq Paulus, Jr., Duke 


34 


83 


2.4 


A.D. Vassalio, Jr. VT 


35 


85 


2.4 


K.C. Rivers, Jr., Clem. 


34 


80 


2.4 


Tyrese Rice, Jr, BC 


30 


64 


2.1 


Wayne Ellinqton, So,, UNC 


39 


78 


2.0 


Greivls Vasquez, So., Md. 


34 


64 


1.9 


Toney Douqias, Jr., FSU 


34 


62 


1,8 



3-Point FG Percentage 

Player-Team, Class G 


3FG 


FGA Pet 


Anthony Morrow, Sr, GT 


32 


81 


181 0.448 


Jack McClinlon, Jr,UM 


32 


94 


220 0.427 


Terrence Oqlesby, Fr, Clem. 


34 


85 


211 0.403 


Blocked Shots 

Plaver-Team, Class 


G 


Blocks 


Avg/G 


Tyrelle Blair, Sr,BC 


31 


105 


3.4 


James Gist, Sr, Md. 


33 


77 


2.3 


BambaleOsby,Sr.,Md. 


33 


69 


2.1 


Trevor Booker, So., Clem. 


34 


63 


1.9 


Chas McFariand, So., WF 


30 


48 


1.6 


J,J. Hickson. Fr., NCS 


31 


47 


1.5 


Anthony Kinq, Sr, UM 


34 


48 


1.4 


James Johnson. Fr.WF 


30 


40 


1.3 


Deon Thompson, So., UNC 


39 


51 


1.3 


Jeff Allen, Fr„ VT 


33 


41 


1.2 


Offensive Rebounds 

Player-Team, Class 


G 


No. 


Avq/G 


Tyler Hansbrouqh, Jr, UNC 


39 


151 


3.9 


James Mays, Sr, Clem. 


29 


98 


3.4 


James Johnson. Fr., WF 


30 


93 


3.1 


Trevor Booker So,, Clem. 


34 


92 


2.7 


Dwayne Collins, So., UM 


34 


88 


2.6 


J.J. Hickson, Fr. NCS 


31 


80 


2.6 


Shaman Spears. So., BC 


28 


71 


2.5 


K.C. Rivers, Jr.. Clem. 


34 


83 


2.4 


Anthony King, Sr., UM 


34 


83 


2.4 


Jeremis Smith, Sr., GT 


32 


78 


2.4 


Assist/Turnover Ratio 

Player-Team, Class Asst. 


TO 


Ratio 


Ty Lawson, So , UNC 


165 


70 


2.36 


Cliff Hammonds, Sr., Clem. 


133 


60 


2.22 


Greq Paulus, Jr, Duke 


109 


55 


1.98 


Eric Hayes, So,, Md„ 


138 


73 


1.89 


Quentin Thomas, Sr, UNC 


113 


62 


1.82 


Hank Thorns, Fr,VT 


113 


67 


1.69 


Ishmael Smith, So., WF 


141 


84 


1.68 


Maurice Miller, Fr, GT 


96 


59 


1.63 


Sean Sinqletary. Sr, UVa 


202 


128 


1.58 


Greivls Vasquez, So., Md. 


231 


149 


1.55 


Minutes Per Game 

Player-Team, Class 


G Minutes 


Avg/G 


Tyrese Rice, Jr., BC 


30 


1144 


381 


Greivls Vasquez, So., M. 


34 


1258 


37.0 


Toney Douqias, Jr, FSU 


34 


1205 


35.4 


A.D. Vassalio, Jr, VT 


35 


1201 


34.3 


Cliff Hammonds, Sr.. Clem. 


34 


1162 


34.2 


Sean Sinqletary, Sr, UVa 


33 


1122 


34.0 


Jason Rich, Sr, FSU 


34 


1155 


34.0 


Eric Hayes, So., Md. 


31 


1036 


33.4 


Deron Washinqton, Sr, VT 


35 


1159 


33.1 


Tyler Hansbrouqh, Jr. UNC 


39 


1286 


33.0 



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ACC Team Statistics 




Scoring Offense 

Team G 


W-L 


Pts 


AvgJG 


No* Carolina 


39 


36-3 


3454 


88,6 


Oute 


34 


28-6 


2830 


83.2 


Clemson 


34 


24-10 


2693 


79.2 


Georaia Tech 


32 


15-17 


2482 


77.6 


^.^n^iriia 


33 


17-16 


2535 


76.8 


l.lamj 


34 


23-11 


2542 


74.8 


Maryland 


34 


19-15 


2483 


73.0 


Wake Fores! 


30 


17-13 


2166 


72.2 


Florida State 


34 


19-15 


2451 


72.1 


Boston College 


31 


14-17 


2203 


71.1 


^rginiaTedl 


35 


21-14 


2456 


70.2 


NC Stale 


31 


15-16 


2086 


67.3 


Scoring Defense 

Team G W-L 


Pts 


Avg/G 


VtrqmiaTedl 


35 


21-14 


2265 


64.7 


Miami 


34 


23-11 


2309 


67.9 


Ftorida Stale 


34 


19-15 


2346 


69.0 


Walie ForBSl 


30 


17-13 


2081 


69.4 


Dulie 


34 


28^ 


2361 


694 


NC Slate 


31 


15-16 


2160 


697 


Clemson 


34 


24-10 


2372 


69.8 


Maryland 


34 


19-15 


2373 


69.8 


Boston College 


31 


14-17 


2243 


72.4 


Norm Carolina 


39 


36-3 


2828 


72.5 


Wrqinia 


33 


17-16 


2470 


74.8 


Georgia Tech 


32 


15-17 


2432 


76.0 


Scoring Margin 

Team G 


Off 


Def 


Margin 


North Carolina 


39 


88.6 


72.5 


161 


Ouke 


34 


83.2 


69.4 


13.8 


Ctemson 


34 


79.2 


69.8 


9.4 


Miami 


34 


74.8 


67.9 


6.9 


\^rginiaTech 


35 


70.2 


64.7 


5.5 


Maryland 


34 


73.0 


69.S 


3.2 


FtondaSlale 


34 


72.1 


69.0 


3.1 


Wake Foresl 


30 


72.2 


69.4 


2.8 


^rginia 


33 


76.8 


74.8 


2.0 


Georgia Tech 


32 


77.6 


76.0 


1.6 


Boslon College 


31 


71.1 


72.4 


-1.3 


NC Slate 


31 


67.3 


69.7 


-2.4 


Free Tlirow Percentages 

Team G Ftm Fta 


Pet 


FlonJa stale 


30 


444 


579 


.767 


Wgiraa 


29 


521 


712 


.732 


Boslon College 


29 


522 


720 


.725 


Nc Slate 


29 


419 


580 


.722 


North Carolina 


31 


554 


786 


.705 


Maryland 


31 


511 


727 


.703 


Miami 


30 


377 


543 


.694 


Duke 


31 


450 


651 


.691 


Georgia Tech 


30 


411 


600 


.685 


vi^iniaTech 


30 


450 


667 


.675 


Wake Forest 


29 


470 


746 


.630 


Ctemson 


30 


285 


504 


.565 


Field Goal Percentages 

Team G Fg Fga 


Pet 


North Carolina 


39 


1250 


2564 


0.488 


Georgia Tech 


32 


883 


1873 


0.471 


Duke 


34 


964 


2084 


0463 


Maryland 


34 


895 


1939 


0.462 


Clemson 


34 


1000 


2191 


0.456 


Boslon College 


31 


776 


1705 


0.455 


NC Slale 


31 


698 


1534 


0455 


Ftohda Slale 


34 


844 


1905 


0,443 


Virginia Tech 


35 


869 


1979 


0.439 


Miami 


34 


867 


1985 


0.437 


Virginia 


33 


879 


2020 


0.435 


Wake Foresl 


30 


784 


1811 


0.433 


Field Goal Pet Defense 

Team G Fg Fga 


Pel 


Maryland 


34 


839 


2124 


0.395 


\^fginiaTech 


35 


796 


1955 


0.407 


Miami 


34 


803 


1972 


0.407 


NC Slale 


31 


802 


1892 


0424 


Noilh Carolina 


39 


1061 


2490 


0,426 


Wake Forest 


30 


725 


1691 


0.429 


Ftofida Slate 


34 


829 


1913 


0.433 


Duke 


34 


880 


2025 


0,435 


Clemson 


34 


860 


1967 


0,437 


Boston College 


31 


840 


1897 


0443 


Virginia 


33 


881 


1960 


0,449 


Georgia Tech 


32 


804 


1780 


0452 


3-Point Field Goal 
Percentage 

Team G Fg 


Fga 


Pel 


Miami 


34 


236 


613 


0,385 


Duke 


34 


308 


816 


0.377 


North Carolina 


39 


216 


580 


0372 


Clemson 


34 


271 


728 


0,372 



Georgia Tecti 




32 


214 


575 


0.372 


Virginia 




33 


274 


748 


0.366 


Boston College 




31 


184 


511 


O360 


Florida Slate 




34 


234 


665 


0.352 


NC State 




31 


176 


505 


0.349 


Maryland 




34 


1S2 


539 


0.338 


Virginia Tech 




35 


192 


570 


0.337 


Wake Forest 




30 


189 


598 


0.316 


3-Point Field Goal 
Percentage Defense 

Team G Fg 


Fga 


Pet 


Clemson 




34 


171 


561 


0.305 


Maryland 




34 


209 


645 


0.324 


North Carolina 




39 


278 


852 


0.326 


Duke 




34 


167 


507 


0.329 


Georgia Tech 




32 


215 


636 


0.338 


Virginia Tech 




35 


225 


659 


0.341 


Boslon Colle<ie 




31 


200 


578 


0.346 


Flonda Slale 




34 


230 


664 


0.346 


Wake Forest 




30 


216 


612 


0.353 


Miami 




34 


239 


677 


0.353 


Virginia 




33 


275 


750 


0.367 


NC State 




31 


193 


525 


0.368 


Rebounding Offense 

Team G Reb 


Avg/G 




Clemson 




34 


536 


15.8 




North Carolina 




39 


605 


15.5 




Virginia 




33 


443 


13.4 




Wake Foresl 




30 


392 


131 




Miami 




34 


433 


12.7 




Duke 




34 


426 


12.5 




Virginia Tech 




35 


425 


12.1 




Boslon College 




31 


368 


11.9 




Maryland 




34 


403 


11.9 




Georgia Tech 




32 


371 


11.6 




Flonda Slale 




34 


373 


11.0 




NC State 




31 


290 


9.4 




Rebounding Defense 

Team G Reb Avg/G 


North Carolina 




39 


1090 


28.0 




Maryland 




34 


890 


26.2 




Virginia 




33 


846 


25.6 




Miami 




34 


860 


25.3 




Virginia Tech 




35 


880 


25.1 




Duke 




34 


829 


244 




NC Slate 




31 


749 


24.2 




Wake Foresl 




30 


712 


23.7 




Boston College 




31 


735 


23.7 




Flonda Slale 




34 


778 


22.9 




Clemson 




34 


769 


22.6 




Georgia Tech 




32 


715 


22.3 




Rebounding Margin 

Team G Avg Opp Margin 


North Carolina 


39 


43,5 


325 


11.0 




Virginia 


33 


39.1 


34.0 


5.0 




Virginia Tech 


35 


37.3 


33.2 


4.1 




Clemson 


34 


38.4 


36.1 


2.2 




Miami 


34 


38,0 


35.9 


21 




Maryland 


34 


38,0 


36.1 


1.9 




Boslon College 


31 


35.6 


34,8 


0.8 




Flonda State 


34 


33.9 


33.4 


0.4 




Duke 


34 


36.9 


36.8 


01 




Wake Foresl 


30 


36.8 


37.4 


-0.6 




Georgia Tech 


32 


33.9 


34.7 


-0.8 




NC Slale 


31 


33.5 


34.5 


-1.0 




DIocked Shots 

Team G 


Blocks 


Avg/G 




Maryland 




34 


224 


6.6 




Boslon College 




31 


189 


61 




Clemson 




34 


185 


5.4 




Wake Forest 




30 


155 


5.2 




Virginia Tecti 




35 


168 


4.8 




Miami 




34 


157 


4.6 




NC State 




31 


143 


4.6 




North Carolina 




39 


174 


4.5 




Duke 




34 


133 


39 




Flonda Stale 




34 


130 


3.8 




Georgia Tech 




32 


112 


3.5 




Virginia 




33 


78 


2.4 




Assists 

Team 




G 


Assists 


Avg/G 




North Carolina 




39 


656 


16.8 




Maryland 




34 


562 


1S.5 




Clemson 




34 


535 


15.7 




Georgia Tech 




32 


480 


15.0 




Boslon College 




31 


458 


14.8 




Duke 




34 


497 


14.6 




Viginia 




33 


445 


13.5 




Virginia Tech 




35 


468 


13,4 




Miami 




34 


451 


13.3 




NC State 




31 


411 


13.3 





Wake Forest 


30 


357 


11.9 


Flonda Slale 


34 


375 


11.0 


Steals 

Team 


G 


Steals 


Avg/G 


Clemson 


34 


334 


9.8 


Duke 


34 


295 


8.7 


Flonda State 


34 


290 


8.5 


Georgia Tech 


32 


265 


8.3 


North Carolina 


39 


318 


U 


Wake Forest 


30 


242 


8.1 


Virginia Tech 


35 


249 


7.1 


Maryland 


34 


225 


6.6 


Boston College 


31 


186 


6.0 


Miami 


34 


202 


5.9 


Virginia 


33 


191 


5.8 


NC State 


31 


157 


51 


Turnover 

Team 


Margin 

Own Opp 


Margin 


Duke 


13.6 


18.4 


4.8 


Wake Forest 


14,4 


17.6 


3.2 


Clemson 


14,9 


17.9 


3.1 



North Carolina 




U.4 


16.1 1.7 


Miami 




134 


14.5 1.2 


Georgia Tech 




15.3 


16.3 0.9 


Virginia Tech 




14.5 


15.0 0.5 


Flonda Slate 




15.3 


15.8 0.5 


Virginia 




14.0 


13.5 -0.5 


Maryland 




16.9 


14.2 -2.7 


Boslon College 




15.5 


12.3 -3.2 


NC Slale 




15.5 


11.0 4.5 


Assist/Turnover Ratio 

Team G Asst Turn Ratio 


Norm Carolina 


39 


16.8 


144 1.17 


Ouke 


34 


14.6 


13,6 1.08 


Clemson 


34 


15.7 


14,9 1,06 


Miami 


34 


13.3 


13.4 0.99 


Maryland 


34 


16.5 


16.9 0.98 


Georgia Tech 


32 


15.0 


15.3 0.98 


Virginia 


33 


13.5 


14.0 0.96 


Boslon College 


31 


14.8 


15.5 096 


Virginia Tech 


35 


13.4 


14.5 0.92 


NC Slale 


31 


13.3 


15.5 0.85 


Wake Foresl 


30 


11.9 


14.4 0.83 


Horida Slate 


34 


11.0 


15.3 0.72 



ACC 

AIl-ACC First Team 


H 


lonors 

Freshman of the Year 


Jared Dudley, Sr., Boston College 


•318 


Kyle Singler, Duke 




Tyler Hansbrough. Jr.. North Carolina 


•270 






Tyrese Rice. Jr., Boslon College 
Sean Singletary, Sr., Wginia 
DeMarcus Nelson, Sr, Duke 


261 
257 


All-Defensive Team 


2.50 


DeMaitus Nelson, Sr,, Duke 68 


Jack McClinlon, Jr., Miami 


?n« 


Toney Douglas, Jr.. 


Flonda Slale 66 






Tyrelle Blair, Sr. Boslon College 56 


AIl-ACC Second Team 




Marous Ginyard, Jr, North Cart)lina 46 
James Gist, Sr., Maryland 40 


GreivJs Vasquez, So., Maryland 


199 






James Gist, Sr.,Ma{Vland 

Wayne Ellinqton, So., North Carolina 


186 

158 


Players of the Week 


A.D. Vassallo. Jr., Virginia Tech 


120 


N12 


Anthony Morrow, Geoijia Tech 


K.C. Rivers, Jr., Clemson 


115 


N19 


Sean Smgletary^rginia 






N26 


Jyler Hansbrough, Nonh Carolina 


AIl-ACC Third Team 




D3 


K.C. Rivers, Clemson 
Wayne Ellington, North Carolina 


Kyle Singler. Fr, Duke 


107 


D10 


Tyler Hansbrough, North Carolina 


CliffHammonds.Sr., Clemson 


101 


D17 


Jack McClinlon, Miami 


Toney Douglas, Jr,, Florida State 


Ub 


D24 


Tyler Hansbrough, North Carolina 


James Johnson, Fr, Vi/ake Forest 


69 


D31 


Tyler Hansbrough, North Carolina 


Greg Paulus, Jr„ Duke 


64 




Toney Douglas, Rorida Slale 






J7 


Wayne Ellinglon, North Carolina 


Honorable Mention 




J14 


Trevor Booker, Clemson 


Ty Lawson, So,, UNC: J J. Hickson, Fr., NCS; 


Deron 


J21 


James GisI, Maryland 


Vl/ashington, Sr., VT; Anthony Morrow, Sr., GI 




J28 


Matt Causey Georgia Tech 
DeMarcus Nelson, Duke 


'unanimous Ist-team 




F4 


Tyler Hansbrough, North Carolina 






F11 


Tyler Hansbrough. North Carolina 


Player of the Year 

Tyler Hansbraugh, Jr., Nonh Carolina 




F18 


Greivis Vasquez, Maryland 

Tyrese Rice, Boslon College 


F25 


Tyler Hansbrough, Norlh Carolina 






M3 


Tyrese Rice, Bosloo College 


Coach of the Year 

Seth Greenberg, Virginia Tech 




M10 
M17! 


Sean Sinqletaiy. Viiginia 
Tyler Hansbrough, North Carolina 


Ail-Tournament Teams 

Fiist Team 


Rookie of the Week 

N12 JeJAIlen, Virginia Tech 


N19 


J.J, Hickscn, NC Slale 


Tyler Hansbrough, UNC; Wayne Ellington, UNC; 


ylarcus 


N26 


Kyle Sinqler, Duke 


Ginyard, UNO; K.C, Rivets, Clem.: Trevor Booker, Clem. 


03 


Kyle Singler, Duke 






010 


Corey Raji, Boslon College 


Znd Team 




017 


JellTeague. Wake Foresl 


James Mays, Clem : Clilf Hammonds, Clem,: DeMarcus 


024 


Tenence Oglesby. Clemson 


Nelson, Duke: Malcolm Delaney VT: A D. Vassallo, VT 


031 


J.J.Hk:kson,NC Slale 






J7 


Kyle Sinqler, Duke 


Tournament MVP 




J14 


JeR Allen, Wrginia Tech 


Tyler Hansbrough, UNC 




J21 


James Jotmsai. Wake Foresl 






J28 


J.J. Hickson, NC Slale 


All-Freshman Team 




F4 
F11 


JellTeague. Wake Foresl 
Kyle Singler Duke 


Kyle Sinqler, Duke 


■89 


F18 
F25 
M3 


JeKTeaque. Wake Foresl 
Mauncfi Miller Georgia Tech 
Terrence Oglesby Clemson 


James Johnson, Wake Foresl 


•89 


J,J Hickson, NC Slale 


•89 


Jen Allen, Viroinia Tech 


82 


M10 


JellTeague, Wake Forest 


JeKTeaque. Wake Foresl 


79 










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2 04 ACC CHAMPIONS - 



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ilCC Composite Schedule 



Monday, November 10 

Presbytenan at Duke 


ESPNU 


7:00 


Tuesday, November II 

Duke in Coaches vs Cancer 


ESPNU 


9:00 


Cameron Indoor Stadium, Durtiam, N.C. 


Friday, November 14 

North Carolina Central at Wake Forest 




7:00 


Bucknell at Maryland 




8:00 


Gardner-Webb at Virginia Tech 




8:00 


Winston Salem State at Georgia Tech 




8:30 


Central Connecticut Slate at Boston College 




TBA 


Clemson vs. HofsttB 


CSS 


9:30 


Palmetto Classic, Chadcston, S,C. 


Saturday, November 15 

Penn at North Carolina 


FSNS 


4:00 


Flonda Stale alJacksonville 


SUN 


7:00 


NC Slate al New Orteans 




7:00 


Florida Soulhem at Miami 




7:30 


Clemson in Palmetto Classic 


CSS 


TBA 


Charteston, S,C, 


Sunday, November 16 

VMlai Virginia 


CSN 


4:00 


Rhode Island at Duke 


ESPNU 


4:30 


Clemson in Palmetto Classic 


CSS 


TBA 


Charleston, S.C. 


Monday, November 17 

Loyola-Md. »s. Boston College 


ESPNU 


7:00 


Pre-Season NIT 


Mount St Mary's at Virginia Tech 


CSN 


8:00 


Tuesday, November 18 

Flonda Stale al LaSalle 




7:00 


Boston College in Pre-Season NIT 


ESPN2 


7:30 


Youngstown State at Maryland 




8:00 


Kentucky at North Carolina 


ESPN 


9:00 


Wednesday, November 19 

South Florida at Virginia 




7:00 


UNC-Wilmington at Wake Forest 




7:00 


WoffofTl at Clemson 




7:30 


Thursday, November 20 

Virginia Tech in Puerto Rico Tipnoff Classic 


ESPNU 


am11:00 


San Juan, Puerto Rico 


Duke in Coaches vs Cancer 


ESPN2 


7:00 


Madison Sguare Garden, NewYort(, N.Y. 


Stetson at Florida State 


FSN-FL 


8:00 


Friday, November 21 

Radford at Virginia 




7:00 


Duke in Coaches vs. Cancer 


ESPN2 


7:00 


Madison Sguare Garden, NewYortt, N.Y, 


Vemiont at Maryland 


CSN 


8:00 


North Carolina alUC-Santa Barbara 


ESPNU 


10:00 


Miami vs. Southern Miss 




1:00 


Paradise Jam, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands 


Saturday, November 22 

Boston College at St. Louis 




1:00 


Georgia Tech at Mercer 




6:30 


Coastal Carolina al Flonda Stale 


FSN-FL 


7:00 


Clemson al UNC-Chartotte 




7.00 


High Point at NC State 




TBA 


Miami in Paradise Jam 




TBA 


St. Thomas, Virgin Islands 


Virginia Tech in Puerto Rico Tifvoff Classic 




TBA 


San Juan, Puerto Rico 


Sunday, November 23 

Montana al Duke 


FSNS 


1:00 


Miami in Paradise Jam 




TBA 


St. Thomas, Virgin Islands 


Virginia Tech in Puerto Rico TiiKiff Classic ESPN2 


or ESPNU 


TBA 


San Juan, Puerto Rico 



Monday, November 24 

Western Illinois al Flonda Slate 




7:00 


Winston Salem Stale al Wake Forest 




8:00 


North Carolina vs. Chaminade 


ESPNU 


9:30 


Maui Invitational, Maui, Hawaii 


Miami in Paradise Jam 




TBA 


St. Thomas, Viniin Islands 


Tuesday, November 25 

Winthrop at NC Slate 




7:00 


Liberty at Virginia 




7:00 


Artiansas-Pine Bluff at Georgia Tech 




7:30 


Savannah State al Clemson 




7:30 


North Carolina in EA Sports Maui Invitational ESPN 


DrESPN2 


TBA 


Maui Invitational, Maui, Hawaii 


Wednesday, November 26 

Elon at Virginia Tech 




7:00 


North Carolina in EA Sports Maui Invitational ESPN 


orESPN2 


TBA 


Maui Invitational, Maui, Hawaii 


Boston College in Pre-Season NIT 




TBA 


Thursday, November 27 

CSU-Fullerton vs Wake Forest 


ESPN2 


4:30 


Maryland vs. Michigan State 


ESPN2 


7:00 


Old Spice Classic. Oriando, Florida 


Wake Foresl vs. CSU-Fullerton in Anaheim Classic 


ESPN2 


4:30 


Anaheim, Calif. 


Friday, November 28 

Duguesne al Duke 


ESPN 


3:00 


Virginia at Syracuse 




7:00 


Jacksonville at Georgia Tech 




7:30 


Presbyterian at Clemson 




7:30 


Florida State vs. Cincinnati 




10:30 


Las Vegas Invilational, Las Vegas, Nev, 


Boston College in Pre-Season NIT 




TBA 


Wake Foresl in Anaheim Classic 


ESPNU 


TBA 


Anaheim, Calff. 


Maryland in Old Spice Classic ESPN 


or ESPN 


TBA 


Oriando, Florida 


Saturday, November 29 

stetson at Miami 




1:00 


Florida State in Las Vegas ToumamenI 




8:00 


Las Vegas Invitafcnal, Las Vegas, Nev. 


Sunday, November 30 

UNC-GreensboroaINC state 




2:00 


UNC-Asheville at North Carolina 


FSN 


6:30 


Wake Forest in Anaheim Classic ESPN2 


)r ESPNU 


TBA 


Anaheim, Calif. 


Maryland in Old Spice Classic ESPN2 


)r ESPNU 


TBA 


Oriando, Florida 




ACC/Big Ten Challenge 

Monday, December 1 

Wisconsin at Virginia Tech (ACC-Big Ten Challenge) ESPN2 


7:00 


Tuesday, December 2 

Iowa at Boston College (ACC-Big Ten Challenge) 


ESPNU 


7:00 


Ohio State at Miami (ACC-Big Ten Challenge) 


ESPN 


7:00 


Clemson at Illinois (ACC-Big Ten Challenge) 


ESPN2 


7:30 


Duke at Puniue (ACC-Big Ten Challenge) 


ESPN 


9:00 


Virginia at Minnesota (ACC-Big Ten Challenge) 


ESPN2 


9:30 


Wednesday, December 3 

Indiana at Wake Foresl (ACC-Big Ten Challenge) 


ESPN 


7:15 


Penn State at Georgia Tech (ACC-Big Ten Challenge) 


ESPN2 


7:30 


Michigan at Maryland (ACC-Big Ten Challenge) 


ESPNU 


7:30 


North Carolina al Michigan SI. (ACC-Big Ten Challenge) 


ESPN 


9:15 


Ford Field, Detroit, Michigan 


Florida State at Northwestern (ACC-Big Ten Challenge) 


ESPN2 


9:30 




Saturday, December 6 

NC State at Davidson 


FSNS 


12:00 


Bobcats Arena, Chariotte,N,C. 


Varidert)i!t at Georgia Tech 


FSNS 


2:00 


Bucknell at Wake Forest 




2:00 


Duke at Michigan 


ESPN 


3:30 


Miami at Kentucky 


ESPN 


5:30 


Boston College at Massachusetts 




8:30 



Sunday, December 7 

Liberty at Clemson 




3:00 


Flonda at Florida State 


FSN 


6/8 


Maryland vs. George Washington 




TBA 


Verizon Center, Washington, D.C, 


Virjinia Tech vs. Navy 




TBA 


Verizon Center, Washington, D.C. 


Tuesday, December 9 

Vinjinia Tech at Georgia FSNS/FSN-FUCSN 


7:00 


Wednesday, December 10 

Bryant al Boston College 




7:00 


Friday, December 12 

Flonda Inlemalional at Miami 




7:30 


Delaware State at Maryland 


CSN 


8:00 


Saturday, December 13 

Winston Salem State at NC State 




2:00 


South Carolina State at Clemson 




4:00 


Florida State alGeonjia Slate 




4:00 


Oral Roberts al North Can)lina 


ESPN2 


6:00 


Sunday, December 14 

use Upstate at Boston College 




1:00 


Robert Morris at Miami 




1:00 


Illinois-Chicago al Georgia Tech 




2:00 


Longwood at Virginia Tech 




2:00 


Wright state at Wake Forest 


FSN 


4:00 


Tuesday, December 16 

Tennessee Tech al Florida State 


FSN-FL 


7:00 


North Florida at Clemson 




7:30 


Wednesday, December 17 

East Carolina al NC State 




7:00 


Longwood at Virginia 




7:00 


UNC-Asheville al Duke 


ESPN2 


7:30 


Georgia Slate at Georgia Tech 




7:30 


Thursday, December 18 

Charieston Southern at Florida Slate 


FSN-FL 


7:00 


Evarisville al North Carolina 


ESPN 


7:00 


Friday, December 19 

Wake Forest al Richmond 


ESPNU 


TBA 


Saturday, December 20 

North Carolina vs, Valparaiso 


ESPNU 


2:00 


United Center, Chicago, Illinois 


Upscomb at NC State 




2:00 


Duke vs. Xavier 


CBS 


2:00 


The Meadowlands, East Rutherfoiti, N.J, 


Providence al Bosten College 


NESN 


4:00 


Auburn al Virginia 


FSNS/CSN 


4:00 


Virginia Tech in Holiday Festival 




TBA 


Madison Sguare Garden, New Yortc, N.Y 


Georgia Tech al Peppenjine 




TBA 


Sunday, December 21 

Pittsburgh at Florida Slate 


FSN 


5:30 


Clemson at Miami 


FSN 


7:45 


Virginia Tech in Holiday Festival 




TBA 


Madison Sguare Ganien, New Yori(. N,Y 


Monday, December 22 

Marguelte al NC State 


ESPNU 


7:00 


Amencan al Maryland 


CSN 


7:30 


Wake Forest al East Carolina 


CBS-CS 


8:00 


Georgia Tech at Soulhem California 


FSN 


10:30 


Tuesday, December 23 

Maine at Boston College 




1:00 


Hampton at Virginia 




7:00 


Saturday, December 27 

Bryant at Maryland 




2:00 


Miami at St John's 




12:00 


Sunday, December 28 

Florida State vs. Westem Kentucky 


FSN-FL 


4:00 


BankAllantic Center, Sunrise, Fla. 


Virginia at Georgia Tech 


FSN 


5:30 



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Sunday, December 28 




T 



Rutgers at North Carolina 


FSN 


7;45 


Monday, December 29 




7:00 


San Fra-c ::: s: E:::on Colleqe 




7:00 


Virginia Tecti at Charleston Souttiem 


FSNS/CSN 


7:00 


Noftti Charleston Coliseum, Charleston, S.C. 


Tuesday, December 30 

Clemson at South Carolina 


FSNSfl=SN-fL 


7:00 


Radfort at Wake Forest 




7:00 


Eton at Maryland 




8:00 


Tennessee State at Georgia Tech 




8:30 


Wednesday, December 31 

Sacre-lrsi- =,■::;■:- College 


2:00 


North FlcrJa a: ;,:,a!r.; 


FSN-FL 


2:00 


Tov»sonalNCSIale 




2:00 


Loyola-Md.alDuke 


ESPN2 


4:00 


North Carolina at Nevada-Reno 


ESPN2 


10:00 


Saturday, lanuary 3 

North Carolina Central at Miami 


Sun Sports 


1:00 


Texas ASM-Corpus Chnsti at Flonda Slate 




2:00 


Xavier at Virginia 


CSN 


2:00 


Georgia Tech at Alabama 


FSNS/Sun Sports 


3:00 


UNC-Charlotte at Maryiand 


CSN 


4:00 


NC Stale at Flonda 


CBS 


4:00 


Wal(e Forest at Bnqtiam Young 




8:00 


East Carolina at Clemson 




TBA 


Sunday, lanuary 4 

Boston Colleqe at North C;arotina 


FSN 


5:30 


Virginia Tech at Duke 


FSN 


7:45 


Monday, lanuary 5 

FtondaABantic at Miami 


FSN-FL 


7:00 


Tuesday, lanuary 6 

Georq 2 s: 35:-: 5 -e:^ 


FSNS 


7:00 




FSNS 


7:00 


Ajabama at Clemson 


FSNS 


9:00 


Wednesday, lanuary 7 

Harvard at Boston College 




7:00 


Davidson at Duke 


ESPN 


7:00 


Morgan Slate at Maryland 


CSN 


8:00 


College of Charleston at North Carolina 


FSNS 


9:00 


Saturday, lanuary 10 

NC Slate at Clemson 


•Raycom 


12:00 


George Tech at Maryland 


•Raycom 


12:00 


Duke at Flonda Slate 


ESPN 


2:00 


Virginia at Virginia Tech 


RSN 


4:00 


Miami at Boston College 


ESPNU 


7:00 


Sunday, lanuary 11 

North Carolina at Wake Forest 


FSN 


8:00 


Tuesday, lanuary 13 

Ftonda State at NC Slate 


ESPNU 


7:00 


Wednesday, lanuary 14 

Duke at Georgia Tech 


ESPN 


7:00 


Richmond at Virginia Tech 




7:00 


Wake Forest at Boston College 


'Raycom 


9:00 


Maryland at Miami 


■Raycom 


9:00 


Thursday, lanuary 15 

North Carolina at Virginia 


ESPNESPN2 


9:00 


Saturday, lanuary 17 

Maryland at Flonda Slate 


'Raycom 


12:00 


Georgia Tech ai NC Slate 


'Raycom 


12:00 


Georgetown at Duke 


CBS 


1:30 


Wake Forest at Clemson 


ABC 


3:30 


Boston College at Virginia Tech 


ESPNU 


4:00 


Miami at North Carolina 


ESPN 


9:00 


Tuesday, lanuary 20 

Boston Colleqe at Georgia Tech 


RSN 


7:00 


NC Slate at Duke 


'Raycom€SPN2 


8:00 


Virginia at Maryland 


■Raycom 


8:00 


Wednesday, lanuary 21 

Virginia Tech at Wake Forest 


ESPN2 


7:00 


Flonda State al Miami 




7:30 


Clemson at North Carolina 


ESPN 


9:00 



Saturday, lanuary 24 

Maryland at Duke 


ESPN 


12:00 


NC State at Boston College 


Raycom 


2:00 


Rorida Slate al Virginia 


RSN 


4:00 


Sunday, lanuary 25 

Virginia Tech al Miami 


FSN 


5:30 


Georgia Tech at Clemson 


FSN 


7:45 


Tuesday, lanuary 27 

Miami at NC State 


ESPNU 


7:00 


Boston College al Maryland 


ESPN2 


7:30 


Wednesday, lanuary 28 

Duke at Wake Forest 


ESPN 


7:00 


North Carolina at Ronda Stale 


Raycom 


9:00 


Thursday, lanuary 29 

Clemson at Virginia Tech 


ESPNorESPN2 


7:00 


Saturday, lanuary 31 

Wake Forest at Georgia Tecti 


Raycom 


12:00 


North Carolina at NC Slate 


ABC 


3:30 


Virginia Tech al Boston Colleqe 


'Raycom 


8:00 


Miami at Maryland 


'Raycom 


8:00 


Sunday, February 1 

Virginia al Duke 


FSN 


2:00 


Tuesday, February 3 

North Carolina Central at NC State 


FSN-FL 


7:00 


Maryland at North Carolina 


RaycomyESPN2 


8:00 


Wednesday, February 4 

Boston College al Virginia 


ESPNU 


7:00 


Wake Forest at Miami 


ESPN2 


7:30 


Duke al Clemson 


ESPN 


9:00 


Thursday, February 5 

Georgia Tech at Flonda State 


ESPNU 


7:00 


Saturday, February 7 

Miami at Duke 


Raycom 


1:30 


Virginia at North Carolina 


Raycom 


4:00 


Flonda State at Clemson 


RSN 


7:00 


Sunday, February 8 

NC State at Virginia Tech 


Raycom 


1:30 


Boston College at Wake Forest 


Raycom 


4:00 


Maryland al Georgia Tech 


FSN 


7:30 


Tuesday, February 10 

Viiginia at Florida Stale 


RSN 


7:00 


Clemson al Boston College 


RSN 


9:00 


Wednesday, February 11 

Wake Forest at NC stale 




7:00 


Geonjia Tech al Vmjinia Tech 


ESPNU 


7:00 


North Carolina at Duke 


RaycomyESPN 


9:00 


Saturday, February 14 

NC State at Geonjia Tech 


Raycom 


1:30 


Virginia Tech at Maryland 


■Raycom 


4:00 


Flonda Slate al Wake Forest 


■Raycom 


4:00 


Sunday, February 15 

Clemson at Virginia 


Raycom 


1:00 


Duke al Boston Colleqe 


FSN 


5:30 


North Carolina al Miami 


FSN 


7:45 


Tuesday, February 17 

Maryland at Clemson 


ESPN2 


7:30 


Wednesday, February 18 

Miami at Flor.da Stale 


ESPNU 


7:00 


Georgia Tech al Wake Forest 




7:30 


NC Stale at North Carolina 


■Raycom 


8:00 


Virginia Tech at Virginia 


■Raycom 


8:00 


Thursday, February 19 

Duke at St John s 


ESPN 


7:00 


Madison Square Garden, New Yorti. N.Y. 


Saturday, February 21 

Boston Colleige at Miami 


RSN 


12:00 


Virqmia at NC Stale 


Raycom 


1:00 


North Carolina at Maryland 


ABC 


3:30 


Fk>nda State at Virginia Ted) 


RSN 


8:00 



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Sunday, February 22 

Clemson al Georgia Tech 


Raycom 


r::3 


Wake Forest at Duke 


FSN 


7J5 


Tuesday, February 24 

Florida Stale at Boston College 


ESPN2 


9:00 


Wednesday, February 25 

Virginia Tech al Clemson 


ESPN2 


7:30 


Duke al Maryland 


ESPN 


9:00 


Thursday, February 26 

Miami at Virginia 


•Raycom 


8:00 


NC Stale at Wake Forest 


■Raycom 


8:00 


Saturday, February 28 

Georgia Tech at North Carolina 


CBS 


12:00 


Clemson al Flonda State 


'Raycom 


2:00 


Wake Forest at Virginia 


•Raycom 


2:00 


Duke at Virginia Tech 


ABC 


3:30 


Sunday, March 1 

Maryland at NC state 


FSN 


7:30 


Tuesday, March 3 

Vinjinia at Clemson 


RSN 


7:00 


Flonda Slate al Duke 


Raycom 


8:00 


Wake Forest at Maiyland 


RSN 


9:00 


Wednesday, March 4 

North Carolina at Virginia Tech 


ESPN 


7:00 


Boston College at NC Stale 


ESPNU 


7:00 


Miami at Georgia Tech 




7:30 


Saturday, March 7 

Georgia Tech at Boston College 


'Raycom 


12:00 


NC State at Miami 


•Raycom 


12:00 


Maryland al Virqinia 


ABC 


3:30 


Sunday, March 8 

Virginia Tech at Flonda Stato 


Raycom 


2:00 


Duke al North Carolina 


CBS 


4:00 


Clemson at Wake Forest 


FSN 


6:00 






Game 1 (#8 vs S91 Raycom 


12:00 


Game2(S5vs (S12) Raycom 


2:00 


Game 3 (#7 vs #10) ESPN2 


7:00 


Game 4 (#6 vs #11) Raycom 


9:00 


Quarterfinals - Friday, March 13 

Game 5 (#1 vs, 8/9 winner) Raycom'ESPN2 


12:00 


Game 6 (#4 vs. 5/12 winner) Raycom€SPN2 


2:00 


Game 7 (#2 vs, 7/10 winner) RaycomCSPN2 


7:00 


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American Eagles 



Dec. 22, 2008 - Coflege Park, Md. 

Web site www.aueaqles.com 


Location 


Washinqton, D.C. 


Enrollment 


5,818 


Colors 


Red, White & Blue 


Athletics Director 


Keith Gill 


Conference 


Patriot Leaque 


Arena 


Bender Arena 


Capacity 


3,044 


Press Row Phone 


(202)885-8232 


Head Coach 


Jeff Jones 


Alma Mater 


Virqinia '82 


School Record 


125-113 (8 seasons) 


Career Record 


271-217 (16 seasons) 


Office Phone 


(202)885-3010 


Assistants Michael Brennan, Kieran Donohue, Jason Williford 


2007-08 Record 


22-12 


Conference Record 


10-4 


2008 Postseason Lost first round of NCAA Tournament 


Lettermen Returninq/Lost 


9/3 


Starters Returninq/Lost 


3/2 


Series History 


Maryland leads, 14-2 


Last Meeting 


American, 67-59 


12/22/2007 in College Park, Md. 


Basketball SID 


Nancy Yasharoff 


E-Mail 


yasharof@american.edu 


Office 


(202)885-3079 


Fax 


(202)885-3033 


Boston College 

Ian. 27, 2009 - College 

Website 


Eagles 

ParlT, Md. 

www.bceaqles.com 


Location 


Chestnut Hill, Mass. 


Enrollment 


14,500 


Colors 


Maroon and Gold 


Athletics Director 


Gene DeFilippo 


Conference 


Atlantic Coast 


Arena 


Silvio 0. Conte Forum 


Capacity 


8,606 


Press Row Phone 


(617)552-8989 


Head Coach 


Al Skinner 


Alma Mater 


Massachusetts 74 


School Record 


210-137 (11 seasons) 


Career Record 


348-263 (20 seasons) 


Office Phone 


(617)552-3006 


Assistants Pat Duquette, Bonzie Colson, Mo Cassara 


2007-08 Record 


14-17 


Conference Record 


4-12 


2008 Postseason 


None 


Lettermen Returninq/Lost 


7/5 


Starters Returning/Lost 


3/2 


Series History 


Tied, 5-5 


Last Meeting 


Boston College, 71-68 


3/13/08 in Charlotte, N.C. 


Basketball SID 


Dick Kelley 


E-Mail 


kellevri@bc.edu 


Office 


(617) 552-3039 


Fax 


(617)552-4903 



Bryant Bulldogs 

Dec. 27, 2008 - College Park, Md. 

Web site www.bryanlbulldoqs.com 



Location 


Smithfield, R.I. 


Enrollment 


3,200 


Colors 


Black, Golds, White 


Athletics Director 


Bill Smith 


Conference 


Independent 


Arena 


Chace Athletic Center 


Capacity 


(2,600) 


Press Row Phone 


(401)232-6829 


Head Coach 


Tim O'Shea 


Alma Mater 


Boston College '84 


School Record 


First Season 


Career Record 


120-95 (7 seasons) 


Office Phone 


(401)232-6701 


Assistants 


Dwayne Pina, Kevin Kurbec 


2007-08 Record 


18-13(0-11) 


Conference Record 


12-10 (D-ll) 


2008 Postseason 


NCAAD-II 


Lettermen Returning/Lost 


8/2 


Starters Returning/Lost 


1/4 


Series History 


First Meeting 


Last Meeting 


N/A 


Basketball SID 


Jason Sullivan 


E-Mail 


|sulliva@brvant.edu 


Office 


(401)232-6072 


Fax 


(401)232-6076 



Bucknell Bison 

Nov. 14, 2008 - College Park, Md. 

Web site www.bucknellbison.com 




Location 


Lewisburq, Pa. 


Enrollment 


3,400 


Colors 


Oranqe and Blue 


Athletics Director 


John P. Hardt 


Conference 


Patriot Leaque 


Arena 


Sojka Pavilion 


Capacity 


(4,000) 


Press Row Phone 


(575)577-1519 


Head Coach 


Dave Paulsen 


Alma Mater 


Williams '87 


School Record 


First Season 


Career Record 


262-120 (14 seasons) 


Office Phone 


N/A 


Assistants Dane Fischer, Tim Sweeney Michael Cotton 


2007-08 Record 


12-9 


Conference Record 


6-8 


2008 Postseason 


None 


Lettermen Returninq/Lost 


9/5 


Starters Returning/Lost 


3/2 


Series History 


Maryland leads, 6-0 


Last Meeting 


Maryland, 102-64 


12/3/94 in College Park, Md. 


Basketball SID 


Jon Terry 


E-Mail 


N/A 


Office 


(570)577-1227 


Fax 


(570)577-1660 


Charlotte 49ers 

Ian. 3, 2009 - College Park, Md. 

Web site www.charlotte49ers.com 


Location 


Chariotte, NC 


Enrollment 


22,254 


Colors 


Green and White 


Athletics Director 


Judy Rose 


Conference 


Atlantic 10 


Arena 


Halton Arena 


Capacity 


19,105 


Press Row Phone 


(704)6874999 


Head Coach 


Bobby Lutz 


Alma Mater 


Charlotte '80 


School Record 


188-126 (10 seasons) 


Career Record 


369-217 (19 seasons) 


Office Phone 


(704)687-4939 


Assistants Rob Moxley, Bobby Kummer, Chris Cheeks 


2007-08 Record 


20-14 


Conference Record 


9-7 


2008 Postseason 


Lost in First Round of NIT 


Lettermen Returning/Lost 


10/2 


Starters Returning/Lost 


4/1 


Series History 


Maryland leads, 2-0 


Last Meeting 


W, 76-72 


1/5/2008 at Charlotte, N.C. 


Basketball SID 


Thomas Whitestone 


E-Mail 


twehites@uncc.edu 


Office 


(704)687-6310 


Fax 


(704)687-4918 



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Clemson Tigers 

Feb. 17, 2009 - Clemson, S.C. 

Web site www.demsontigers.com 




Location 


Clemson, S.C. 


Enrollment 


17,585 


Colors 


Bumt Orange & Northwest Purple 


Athletics Director 


Dr. Terry Don Phillips 


Conference 


Atlantic Coast 


Arena 


Littlejohn Coliseum 


Capacity 


10,000 


Press Row Phone 


(864)654-3326 


Head Coach 


Oliver Pumell 


Alma Mater 


Old Dominion 75 


School Record 


94-68 (5 seasons) 


Career Record 


350-259 (20 seasons) 


Office Phone 


N/A 


Assistants Ron Bradley, Frank Smith, Josh Poslorino 


2007-08 Record 


24-10 


Conference Record 


10-6 


2008 Postseason 


NCAA First Round 


Lettermen Retuminq/Lost 


11/4 


Starters Retuminq/Lost 


3/2 


Series History 


Maryland leads, 8647 


Last Meeting 


Clemson, 73-70 


3/8/08 in College Park, Md. 


Basketball SID 


Philip Sikes 


E-Mail 


Philips@clemson.edu 


Office 


(864)656-2114 


Fax 


(864)656-0299 



Delaware State Hornets 

Dec. 12, 2008 - College Park, Md. 

Web site www.dsuhomets.com 



Location 


Dover, Del. 


Enrollment 


3,756 


Colors 


Columbia Blue & Red 


Athletics Director 


Rick Costello 


Conference 


Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference 


Arena 


Memorial Hall 


Capacity 


2,000 


Press Row Phone 


(302)857-7112 


Head Coach 


Greg Jackson 


Alma Mater 


St. Paul's '80 


School Record 


132-112 (8 seasons) 


Career Record 


295-189 (17 seasons) 


Office Phone 


(302)857-7559 


Assistants Jarrell Wilkerson. Keith Walker, Mike Bemard 


2007-08 Record 


14-16 


Conference Record 


10-6 


2008 Postseason 


None 


Lettermen Returning/Lost 


6/3 


Starters Returning/Lost 


4/1 


Series History 


Maryland leads, 4-0 


Last Meeting 


Maryland. 81-55 




12/28/05 in College Park. Md. 


Basketball SID 


Paul Dodson 


E-Mail 


pdodsonigdesu edu 


Office 


(302)857-7563 


Fax 


(302)857-6069 



Duke Blue Devils 

Ian. 24, 2009 - Durham, N.C. 
Feb. 25, 2009 - College Park, Md. 

Web site www.goduke.com 



Location 


Durham, N.C. 


Enrollment 


6,247 


Colors 


Duke Blue & White 


Athletics Director 


Kevin White 


Conference 


Atlantic Coast 


Arena 


Cameron Indoor Stadium 


Capacity 


9,314 


Press Row Phone 


(919)684-6186 


Head Coach 


Mike Krzyzewski 


Alma Mater 


Amiy'69 


School Record 


730-208 (27 seasons) 


Career Record 


803-267 (32 seasons) 


Office Phone 


(919)613-7500 


Assistants Steve Wojciechowski 


Chris Collins, Nate James 


2007-08 Record 


28-6 


Conference Record 


13-3 


2008 Postseason 


NCAA Second Round 


Lettermen Returning/Lost 


11/2 


Starters Returning/Lost 


4/1 


Series History 


Maryland trails, 60-103 


Last Meeting 


Duke, 77-65 


2/13/08 in Durham, N.C. 


Basketball SID 


Matt Plizga 


E-Mail 


plizga@,duke.edu 


Office 


(919)668-1712 


Fax 


(919)684-2489 



Elon Phoenix 

Dec. 30, 2008 - College Park, Md. 

Web site www.elonphoenix.corn 



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Location 


Elon, N.C. 


Enrollment 


5,628 


Colors 


Maroon & Gold 


Athletics Director 


Dave Blank 


Conference 


Southem 


Arena 


Alumni Gym 


Capacity 


1,558 


Press Row Phone 


(336) 278-6749 


Head Coach 


Ernie Nestor 


Alma Mater 


Alderson-Broaddus 68 


School Record 


56-97 (5 seasons) 


Career Record 


124-178 (10 seasons) 


Office Phone 


(336)278-6730 


Assistants Michael Preston, David Willson, Wes Miller 


2007-08 Record 


14-19 


Conference Record 


9-11 


2008 Postseason 


None 


Lettermen Returning/Lost 


8/4 


Starters Returning/Lost 


3/2 


Series History 


First Meeting 


Last Meeting 


N/A 


Basketball SID 


Chris Rash 


E-Mail 


crash@elon.edu 


Office 


(336)278-6712 


Fax 


(336)278-6768 



Florida State Seminoles 




Jan. 17, 2008 

Web site 



Tallahassee, Fla. 

www.seminoles.com 



Location 


Tallahassee, Fla. 


Enrollment 


32,525 


Colors 


Gamet and Gold 


Athletics Director 


Randy Spetman 


Conference 


Atlantic Coast 


Arena 


Donald L.Tucker Center 


Capacity 


12,100 


Press Row Phone 


(850)2244098 


Head Coach 


Leonard Hamilton 


Alma Mater 


Tennessee-Martin 71 


School Record 


106-86 (6 seasons) 


Career Record 


306-296 (20 seasons) 


Office Phone 


(850)644-1461 


Assistants Stan Jones, Corey Williams, Andy Enfield 


2007-08 Record 


19-15 


Conference Record 


7-9 


2008 Postseason 


NIT First Round 


Lettermen Returning/Lost 


8/5 


Starters Returninq/Lost 


3/2 


Series History 


Maryland leads, 26-9 


Last Meeting 


Maryland. 82-72 


2/16/08 in College Part(,Md 


Basketball SID 


Chuck Walsh 


E-Mail 


cwalsh@fsu,edu 


Office 


(850)644-1077 


Fax 


(850)644-3820 




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Dec. 7, 2008 - BB&T Classic 
Washington, D.C. 



Web site 


www.qwsports.com 


Location 


Washington, D.C. 


Enrollment 


20,280 


Colors 


Butts Blue 


Athletics Director 


Jack Kvancz 


Conference 


Atlantic 10 


Arena 


Smith Center 


Capacity 


5,000 


Press Row Phone 


(202)994-1776 


Head Coach 


Carl Hobbs 


Alma Mater 


Connecticut '85 


School Record 


123-82 (7 seasons) 


Career Record 


Same 


Office Phone 


(202)994-6651 


Assistants Darrell Brooks, Roland Houston, Greq Collucci 


2007-08 Record 


9-17 


Conference Record 


5-11 


2008 Postseason 


None 


Lettermen Returning/Lost 


12/5 


Starters Returninq/Lost 


4/1 


Series History 


Maryland leads, 35-29 


Last IVIeeting 


George Washington, 78-70 


12/5/2005 at Washington, D.C. (BB&T Classic) 


Basketball SID 


Brad Bower 


E-Mail 


bbower@qwu.edu 


Office 


(202) 994-0339 


Fax 


(202)994-2713 



Georgia Tech 
Yellow Jackets 



Ian. 10, 2009 - College Paiic, Md. 

Web site www.ramblinwreck.com 



Location 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Enrollment 


16,793 


Colors 


Old Gold and White 


Athletics Director 


Dan Radakovich 


Conference 


Atlantic Coast 


Arena 


Alexander Memorial Coliseum 


Capacity 


9,191 


Press Row Phone 


(404)894-5458 


Head Coach 


Paul Hewitt 


Alma Mater 


St. John Fisher '85 


School Record 


142-112 (7 seasons) 


Career Record 


208-139 (10 seasons) 


Office Phone 


(404) 894-5425 


Assistants John O'Connor, Chariton Young, Peter Zaharis 


2007-08 Record 


15-17 


Conference Record 


7-9 


2008 Postseason 


None 


Lettermen Retuminq/Lost 


11/3 


Starters Returninq/Lost 


3/2 


Series History 


Maryland leads, 34-33 


Last Meetinq 


Mareland, 88-86 


2/2/2008 in Atlanta, Ga. 


Basketball SID 


Mike Stamus 


E-Mail 


mstamus(5)athletics.qatech.edu 


Office 


(404)894-5445 


Fax 


(404)894-1248 



Miami Hurricanes 

Ian. 14, 2009 - Coiai Gabies, Fla. 
Jan. 31, 2009 - College Paric, Md. 

Web site _ www.hurricanesports.com 



Location 


Coral Gables. Fla. 


Enrollment 


15,449 


Colors 


Oranqe, Green and White 


Athletics Director 


Kirby Hccutt 


Conference 


Atlantic Coast 


Arena 


BankUnited Center 


Capacity 


7,200 


Press Row Phone 


(305)284-2111 


Head Coach 


Frank Haith 


Alma Mater 


Eton '88 


School Record 


69-60 (4 seasons) 


Career Record 


Same 


Office Phone 


N/A 


Assistants Jorqe Fernandez, Jake Morton, Michael Schwartz 


2007-08 Record 


23-11 


Conference Record 


8-8 


2008 Postseason 


NCAA Second Round 


Lettermen Returning/Lost 


8/5 


Starters Returning/Lost 


4/1 


Series History 


Maryland trails, 5-9 


Last Meeting 


Miami, 78-63 


2/23/08 in Coral Gables, Fla. 


Basketball SID 


Margaret Belch 


E-Mail 


mbelch@miami.edu 


Office 


(305)284-3241 


Fax 


(305)284-2807 



Michigan Wolverines 

Dec. 3, SSOOS - College Paik, Md. 

Web site www.mgoblue.com 




Location 


Ann Artior, Mich. 


Enrollment 


38,006 


Colors 


Maize and Blue 


Athletics Director 


Bill Martin 


Conference 


Biq Ten 


Arena 


Crisler Arena 


Capacity 


13,751 


Press Row Phone 


(734)998-7188 


Head Coach 


John Beilein 


Alma Mater 


Wheeling Jesuit '75 


School Record 


10-22(1) 


Career Record 


561-340 (30) 


Office Phone 


(734) 763-5504 


Assistants Jeny 


Dunn, Mike Jackson, John Mahoney 


2007-08 Record 


10-22 


Conference Record 


5-13 


2008 Postseason 


None 


Lettermen Returninq/Lost 


9/2 


Starters Returninq/Lost 


3/2 


Series History 


Maryland trails, 2-3 


Last Meetinq 


Maryland, 82-51 


12/2/2000 


in Washington, D.C. (BB&T Classic) 


Basketball SID 


Tom Wywrot 


E-Mail 


tWYwrot(Sumich.edu 


Office 


(734) 647-1268 


Fax 


(734)647-1188 



Michigan 

Nov. 27, 2008 
Orlando, Fla. 



State Spartans 

- Old Spice Classic 



Website 


www.msuspartans.com 


Location 


East Lansing, Mich. 


Enrollment 


46,045 


Colors 


Green and White 


Athletics Director 


Mari( Hollis 


Conference 


Big Ten 


Arena 


Jack Breslin Students Events Center 


Capacity 


14,759 


Press Row Phone 


(517)353-1626 


Head Coach 


Tom Izzo 


Alma Mater 


Northem Michigan '77 


School Record 


305-130 (13 seasons) 


Career Record 


Same 


Office Phone 


(517)355-1643 


Assistants Mart< Montgomery, Dwayne Stephens, Mike Gariand 


2007-08 Record 


27-9 


Conference Record 


12-6 


2008 Postseason 


NCAA Sweet 16 


Lettermen Returninq/Lost 


11/2 


Starters Returninq/Lost 


3/2 


Series History 


Maryland trails, 1-2 


Last Meetinq 


Maryland, 62-60 


11/17/06 in New Yori< 


Basketball SID 


Matt Larson 


E-Mail 


larson@ath.msu.edu 


Office 


(517)355-2271 


Fax 


(517)353-9636 



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Jan. 7, 2009 - College Park, Md. 



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Web site 


www.morqanstatebears.com 


Location 


Balfmore, Md. 


Enrollment 


7,500 


Colors 


Oranqe and Blue 


Athletics Director 


Floyd Kerr 


Conference 


Mid-Eastern Athletic 


Arena 


Hill Field House 


Capacity 


4,250 


Press Row Phone 


(443)885-4018 


Head Coach 


Todd Bczeman 


Alma Mater 


Rhode Island '86 


School Record 


45-29 (3 seasons) 


Career Record 


98-64 (7 seasons) 


Office Phone 


(443)885-4514 


Assistants Kevin McClain, Darryl Prue, Sam Brand 


2007-08 Record 


22-11 


Conference Record 


14-2 


2008 Postseason 


NIT First Round 


Lettermen Retuminq/Lost 


7/4 


Starters Retuminq/Lost 


3/2 


Series History 


Maryland leads, 5-0 


Last Meetinq 


Maryland, 89-65 


12/6/2007 in Colleqe Park, Md. 


Basketball SID 


Leonard L. Haynes IV 


E-Mail 


Leonard.hayes@mcrqan.edu 


Office 


(443)885-3831 


Fax 


(443)885-8307 



North Carolina Tar Heels 

Feb. 3, 2009 - Chapel HiU, N.C. 
Feb. 21, 2009 - College Park, Md. 

Web site www.tarheelblue.com 



Location 


Chapel Hill, N.C. 


Enrollment 


27,700 


Colors 


Carolina Blue & White 


Athletics Director 


Dick Baddour 


Conference 


Atlantic Coast 


Arena 


Dean E. Smith Center 


Capacity 


21,750 


Press Row Phone 


N/A 


Head Coach 


Roy Williams 


Alma Mater 


North Carolina 72 


School Record 


142-33 (5 seasons) 


Career Record 


560-134 (20 seasons) 


Office Phone 


(919)962-1154 


Assistants Joe Holladay, 


Steve Robinson, C.B. McGrath 


2007-08 Record 


36-3 


Conference Record 


14-2 


2008 Postseason 


NCAA Final Four 


Lettennen Returning/Lost 


13/3 


Starters Returnlnq/Lost 


5/0 


Series History 


Maryland trails, 55-113 


Last Meetinq 


Maryland, 82-80 


1/19/08 in Chapel Hill, N.C. 


Basketball SID 


Steve Kirschner 


E-Mail 


stevekirschner(5)unc.edu 


Office 


(919)962-7258 


Fax 


(919)962-0612 



NC State Wolfpack 

March 1, 2009 - Raleigh, N.C. 



Web site 


www.qopack.com 


Location 


Raleiqh, N.C. 


Enrollment 


31,000 


Colors 


Red and White 


Athletics Director 


Lee Fowler 


Conference 


Atlantic Coast 


Arena 


RBC Center 


Capacity 


19,700 


Press Row Phone 


(919)861-6190 


Head Coach 


Sidney Lowe 


Alma Mater 


St. Paul's '06 


School Record 


35-32 (2 seasons) 


Career Record 


Same 


Office Phone 


N/A 


Assistants Monte Towe, 


Lany Hants, Pete Strickland 


2007-08 Record 


15-16 


Conference Record 


4-12 


2008 Postseason 


None 


Lettermen Retuminq/Lost 


10/3 


Starters Retuminq/Lost 


3/2 


Series History 


Maryland trails, 70-72 


Last Meetinq 


Maryland, 84-70 


2/9/08 in Colleqe Park, Md. 


Basketball SID 


Brian Reinhardt 


E-Mail 


brian reinhardt@ncsu.edu 


Office 


(919)515-8953 


Fax 


(919)515-2898 



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Nov. 21, 2008 - CoUege Park, Md. 

Web site www.uvmathletics.com 






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Location 


Buriinqton, Vt. 


Enrollment 


9,040 


Colors 


Green & Gold 


Athletics Director 


Dr. Robert Con-an 


Conference 


America East 


Arena 


Patrick Gym 


Capacity 


3,266 


Press Row Phone 


(802)656^173 


Head Coach 


Mike Lonerqan 


Alma Mater 


Catholic '88 


School Record 


54-40 (3 seasons) 


Career Record 


305-128 (15 seasons) 


Office Phone 


(902)656-7974 


Assistants Hail Tumer, Matt Hahn, Gabe Rodriquez 


2007-08 Record 


16-15 


Conference Record 


9-7 


2008 Postseason 


None 


Lettermen Returninq/Lost 


9/4 


Starters Returning/Lost 


4/1 


Series History 


Maryland leads, 1-0 


Last Meeting 


Maryland, 102-75 


11/8/06 in Colleqe Park, Md. 


Basketball SID 


Ben Dickie 


E-Mail 


bdickie@uvm.edu 


Office 


(802)656-1188 


Fax 


(802)656-8328 




Virginia Cavaliers 

Ian. 20, 2009 - College Park, Md. 
March 7, 2009 - Charlottesville, Va. 

Web site www.vir 3iniasp0rts.com 



Location 


Charlottesville, Va. 


Enrollment 


20,834 


Colors 


Oranqe and Blue 


Athletics Director 


Craiq Littlepaqe 


Conference 


Atlantic Coast 


Arena 


John Paul Jones Arena 


Capacity 


14,593 


Press Row Phone 


(434)296-5910 


Head Coach 


Dave Leitao 


Alma Mater 


Northeastern '83 


School Record 


5342 (3 seasons) 


Career Record 


133-111 (8 seasons) 


Office Phone 


(434) 982-5400 


Assistants Steve Seymour, Bill Courtney, Drew Diener 


2007-08 Record 


17-16 


Conference Record 


5-11 


2008 Postseason 


CBl Third Round 


Lettermen Returninq/Lost 


9/3 


Starters Returning/Lost 


3/2 


Series History 


Maryland leads, 102-66 


Last Meetinq 


Virqinia, 91-76 


3/9/08 in Chariottesville, Va. 


Basketball SID 


Rich Munay 


E-Mail 


tinutray@virqinia.edu 


Office 


(434)982-5500 


Fax 


(434)982-5525 



2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2Q04 ACC CHAMPIONS - 




Virginia Tech Hokies 

Feb. 14, 2009 - College Park, Md. 

■''IWebsite _ www.hokiesports.com 



Wake Forest 
Demon Deacons 



Location 


Blacksburq, Va. 


Enrollment 


30,000 


Colors 


Chicaqo Maroon and Burnt Oranqe 


Athletics Director 


Jim Weaver 


Conference 


Atlantic Coast 


Arena 


Cassell Coliseum 


Capacity 


9,847 


Press Row Phone 


(540)231-3048 


Head Coach 


Seth Greenberq 


Alma Mater 


Fairleiqh Dickinson '78 


School Record 


88-70 (5 seasons) 


Career Record 


301-240 (18 seasons) 


Office Phone 


(540)231-6725 


Assistants James Johnson, Ryan Odom, Stacey Palmore 


2007-08 Record 


21-14 


Conference Record 


9-7 


2008 Postseason 


NIT Third Round 


Lettermen Retuminq/Lost 


11/2 


Starters Returninq/Lost 


4/1 


Series History 


IVlaryland leads, 25-8 


Last Meeting 


Virginia Tech, 69-65 


2/20/08 in Blacksburq, Va. 


Basketball SID 


Bill Dyer 


E-Mail 


wdyerigvt.edu 


Office 


(540)231-8852 


Fax 


(540)231-6984 



March 3, 2009 - 

Web site 


College Park, Md. 

www.wakeforestsports.com 


Location 


Winston-Salem, N.C. 


Enrollment 


4,412 


Colors 


Old Gold & Black 


Athletics Director 


Ron Wellman 


Conference 


Atlantic Coast 


Arena Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum 


Capacity 


14,665 


Press Row Phone 


(336)727-2945 


Head Coach 


Dino Gaudio 


Alma Mater 


Ohio '81 


School Record 


17-13(1 season) 


Career Record 


85-137 (8 seasons) 


Office Phone 


(336)758-5622 


Assistants 


Jeff Battle, Pat Kelsey, Mike Muse 


2007-08 Record 


17-13 


Conference Record 


7-9 


2008 Postseason 


None 


Lettermen Returning/Lost 9/1 


Starters Returninq/Lost 


5/0 


Series History 


Maryland leads, 61-54 


Last Meeting 


Maryland, 74-70 


2/28/08 in Winston-Salem, N.C. 


Basketball SID 


Scott Wortman 


E-Mail 


wortmasmiffiwfu.edu 


Office 


(336) 758-6099 


Fax 


(336)758-5140 



Youngstown State 
Penguins 

Nov. 18, 2008 - CoUege Park, Md. 

Web site www.vsusports.com 



Location 


Youngstown, Ohio 


Enrollment 


13,497 


Colors 


Red and White 


Athletics Director 


Ron Strollo 


Conference 


Horizon League 


Arena 


Beeghly Center 


Capacity 


6,300 


Press Row Phone 


(330)941-2270 


Head Coach 


Jerry Slocum 


Alma Mater 


Kings N.Y. 75 


School Record 


30-59 (3 seasons) 


Career Record 


610-384 (33 seasons) 


Office Phone 


(330)941-3004 


Assistants Michael Wemicki 


Byron Thome, Brian DePaoli 


2007-08 Record 


9-21 


Conference Record 


5-13 


2008 Postseason 


None 


Lettermen Retuminq/Lost 


6/6 


Starters Returning/Lost 


3/2 


Series History 


First Meetinq 


Last Meeting 


N/A 


Basketball SID 


Jamie Hall 


E-Mail 


iehall@ysu.edu 


Office 


(330)941-1581 


Fax 


(330)941-3191 






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The Terrapins made their 15th consecutive postseason appearance by advancing to 
the second round of the 2008 MasterCard National Invitation Tournament. IVIaryland 
finished the season 19-15, marking the 12th straight season the Terps have won at least 
19 games. 

Maryland went 8-8 in the ACC, marking the 15th season the Terrapins have won at 
least seven league games. It is the third longest streak of at least seven league wins in 
conference history. 

The Terrapins posted an 82-80 win at top-ranked North Carolina on January 19. Maryland 
is now tied for second in NCAA history with 10 wins over the No. 1 team in the nation. 
Coach Gary Williams ranks first among all active head coaches with seven career wins 
over top-ranked teams. Maryland now has 15 wins over top-10 teams in the last six 
years. 

Maryland was among the nation's best defensive teams. The Terps led the ACC and were 
fifth nationally in blocked shots (6.6 bpg). Maryland led the conference and was 20th in 
the nation in field goal percentage defense (.395). 

The Terrapins made at least one 3-point shot in each of the team's 34 games. Maryland 
has made at least one 3-point shot in 320 consecutive games. 

Head coach Gary Williams is the eighth-winningest active head coach in Division I men's 
basketball. Maryland's 70-65 victory over Boston College on February 6 gave Williams 
his 600th career win. Only seven other active head coaches in Division I have 600 career 
wins. 

The Terrapins blocked 222 shots, the third highest single-season total in school history. 

Maryland set a new school record for total home attendance, as 341,050 fans packed 
into Comcast Center this season to watch the Terrapins. 

Senior James Gist joined elite company as he became just one of five players in school 
history to record at least 1 ,000 points, 500 rebounds and 200 blocked shots. Gist finished 
his career with 1,414 points, 783 rebounds and 231 blocks. 

As a senior. Gist was named second team AII-ACC and was named to the ACC All- 
Defensive team. He was second in the ACC in blocked shots (2.33 bpg) and was fourth 
in rebounding (7.9 rpg). Gist was third in the league in field goal percentage (.496) and 
was eighth in scoring (15.9 ppg). He was second in the league in defensive rebounds 
(6.1 rpg). 

Greivis Vasquez finished the year with 231 assists, the third-highest single-season output 
in school history. Vasquez led the league with 6.8 assists per game, while his 231 help- 
ers was the second-highest output among sophomores at Maryland. He tied the school 
record with 15 assists against NC State. His 62 3-pointers were a school-best among 
sophomores at Maryland. 

A second-team AII-ACC selection, Vasquez was fourth in the conference in scoring 
(17.0 ppg), 20th in rebounding (5.7 rpg), seventh in defensive rebounds (4.8 rpg), 10th 
in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.55) and second in the league in minutes played (37.0). 

Eric Hayes finished the season with 1 38 assists, the eighth-highest total for sophomores 
at Maryland. Hayes finished the season sixth in the ACC in assists per game (4.6 apg) 
and was fourth in assist-to-turnover ratio (1 .89). 



Season Honors 



James Gist 



AII-ACC Second Team 
Rivlas.com AII-ACC Second Team 
ACC-AII Defensive Team 



Greivis Vasquez 

• AII-ACC Second Team 

• Rivlas.com AII-ACC Second Team 




Starting Lineups 



Fwd/Guard 
Games 



Forward 



Center 



Guard 



Guard 



Record 



Tucker Neal Osby 
W-Nortti Florida 


Vasquez 


Hayes 


1-0 


liililbourne Gist Osby Vasquez Hayes 10-8 
W-Hampton, W-Northeastem, L-UCU\, L-Missouri. W-Savannah State. W-al Ctiarlotte, L-Duke, W-Virginia. 
W-at Georgia Tecti. W-al Boston College, W-NC State, L-at Duke, W-Florida State, L-Virginia Tech, L-at Miami, 
W- at Wake Forest, L-at Virginia, L- vs. Boston College (ACC) 


Milbourne Gist Dupree Vasquez Hayes 
W-Lehiqh, W-lllincis, L-VCU, W-Morqan State, L-Boston College, L-Otiio, L-American 


3-4 


Tucker Gist Osby 
W-Delaware 


Vasquez 


Hayes 


1-0 


Milbourne Gist Osby 
W-Holy Cross, L-al Virqinia Tech, W-at North Carolina 


Vasquez 


Hayes 


2-1 


Milbourne Gist Dupree 
W-Wake Forest 


Vasquez 


Tucker 


1-0 


McAlpin Gist Osby 
L-Clemson 


Vasquez 


Hayes 


0-1 


Bowie Gist Osby 
W-al Minnesota, L-al Syracuse 


Vasquez 


Hayes 


1-1 



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Overall: 19-15 • ACC: S-S • Home: 13-6 • Away: 6-5 • Neutral: 0-4 



9;30 p.m. 



at Minnesota 



W 68-58 



3,882 Vasquez (16) 



Gist (6) 
Osby (6) 
Vasquez (6) 



.f^A 



Hayes (4) 




DATE 


TIME 


MD 
RANK 


OPPONENT 


OPP 
RANK 


SCORE 


AHEND 


HIGH POINTS 


HIGH REBS 


HIGHASTS 


11/11/07 


8:00 p.m. 


[rv/rv] 


@ NORTH FLORIDA 


" 


W 


79-50 


17,950 


Vasquez (18) 


Osby (7) 
Vasquez (7) 
Tucker (7) 


Hayes (8) 


11/12/07 


9:00 p.m. 


[rv/rv] 


@ HAMPTON 


- 


w 


70-64 


17,950 


Vasquez (21) 


Gist (12) 


Hayes (4) 
Vasquez (4) 


11/15/07 


8:00 p.m. 


frv/rv) 


NORTHEASTERN 


_ 


w 


74-72 


(ot) 17,950 


Gist (27) 


Osby (13) 


Vasquez (10) 


11/19/07 


7:00 p.m. 


frv/rvl 


" vs. UCLA 


m/21 


L 


59-71 


18,022 


Vasquez (19) 


Vasquez (6) 


Hayes (5) 


11/20/07 


7:45 p.m. 


[rv/rvl 


" vs. Missouri 


frv/rvl 


L 


70-84 


16,737 


Vasquez (17) 


Vasquez (8) 


Hayes (6) 


11/23/07 


4:00 p.m. 


frv/rvl 


LEHIGH 


— 


W 


72-51 


17,950 


Vasquez (22) 


Gist (8) 


Haves (7) 


11/28/07 


7:30 p.m. 


_ 


# ILLINOIS 


frv/rvl 


W 


69-61 


17,950 


Haves (18) 


Gist (9) 


Vasquez (10) 


12/02/07 


7:30 p.m. 


— 


$ vsVCU 


— 


L 


76-85 


12.085 


Vasquez (19) 


OsbvdO) 


Hayes (7) 


12/06/07 


8:00 p.m. 


__ 


MORGAN STATE 


__ 


W 


89-65 


17,950 


Haves (19) 


Osbv (9) 


Vasquez (11) 


12/09/07 


7:30 p.m. 


— 


* BOSTON COLLEGE 


- 


L 


78-81 


17,950 


Gist (18) 


Gist (11) 


Hayes (7) 


12/12/07 


8:00 p.m. 


_ 


OHIO UNIV 


- 


L 


55-61 


17,950 


Vasquez (13) 


Gist (6) 


Vasquez (8) 


12/22/07 


4:00 p.m. 


' 


AMERICAN 


" 


L 


59-67 


17,950 


Vasquez (28) 


Milboume (5) 
Dupree (5) 
Vasquez (5) 


Hayes (5) 


12/28/07 


6:00 p.m. 


- 


DELAWARE 


- 


W 


76-46 


17,950 


Gist (18) 
Vasquez (18) 


Gist (10) 


Vasquez (8) 


01/02/07 


8:00 p.m. 


" 


SAVANNAH STATE 


■" 


w 


75-48 


17,950 


Gist (13) 
Osby (13) 
Vasquez (13) 


Gist (6) 
Vasquez (6) 


Hayes (6) 
Vasquez (6) 


01/05/08 


12:00 p.m. 


_ 


at Charlotte 


_ 


w 


76-72 


9,841 


Gist (25) 


Gist (10) 


Hayes (6) 


01/08/08 


8:00 p.m. 


_ 


HOLY CROSS 


— 


w 


73-48 


17,950 


Gist (22) 


Gist (9) 


Vasquez (6) 


01/12/08 


2:00 p.m. 


_ 


* at Virqinia Tech 


— 


L 


66-67 


9,847 


Gist (16) 


Osby (12) 


Tucker (6) 


01/15/08 


9:00 p.m. 


_ 


* WAKE FOREST 


._ 


w 


71-64 


17,950 


Vasquez (22) 


Osby (11) 


Vasquez (8) 


01/19/08 


3:30 p.m. 


_ 


* at North Carolina 


f1/11 


w 


82-80 


21,033 


Gist (22) 


Gist (13) 


Vasquez (11) 


01/27/08 


6:30 p.m. 


frv/-l 


* DUKE 


f3/41 


L 


84-93 


17,950 


Gist (26) 


Osby (15) 


Hayes (9) 


01/30/08 


7:00 p.m. 




* VIRGINIA 




W 


85-75 


17,950 


Vasquez (25) 


Gist (9) 


Haves (9) 


02/02/08 


12:00 p.m. 


„ 


* at Georqia Tech 


__ 


W 


88-86 


9,191 


Osby (18) 


Osby (11) 


Vasquez (9) 


02/06/08 


7:00 p.m. 


_ 


* at Boston Colleqe 


- 


w 


70-65 


6,449 


Vasquez (25) 


Gist (7) 


Vasquez (8) 


02/09/08 


8:00 p.m. 


- 


* NC STATE 


- 


w 


84-70 


17,950 


Gist (30) 


Gist (9) 
Vasquez (9) 


Vasquez (15) 



02/13/08 


7:00 p.m. 


frv/rvl 


* at Duke 


12/21 


L 65-77 


9,314 


Vasquez (25) 


Gist (10) 


Vasquez (7) 


02/16/08 


3:00 p.m. 


frv/rvl 


* FLORIDA STATE 




W 82-72 


17,950 


Vasquez (20) 


Hayes (7) 


Vasquez (8) 


02/20/08 


9:00 p.m. 


- 


* VIRGINIA TECH 


- 


L 65-69 


17,950 


Vasquez (25) 


Gist (9) 
Vasquez (9) 


Vasquez (5) 


02/23/08 


2:00 p.m. 


_ 


* at Miami 


„ 


L 63-78 


6,058 


Haves (14) 


Vasquez (8) 


Vasquez (6) 


02/28/08 


8:00 p.m. 


_ 


* at Wake Forest 


_. 


W 74-70 


13,686 


Gist (31) 


Gist (11) 


Vasquez (8) 


03/02/08 


7:30 p.m. 


~ 


* CLEMSON 


frv/n/j 


L 70-73 


17,950 


Gist (15) 


Gist (8) 
Vasquez (8) 


Vasquez (7) 


03/09/08 


7:30 p.m. 


„ 


* at Virqinia 


„ 


L 76-91 


14,154 


Vasquez (16) 


Gist (8) 


Vasquez (9) 


03/13/08 


9:30 p.m. 


- 


% vs. Boston Colleqe 


- 


L 68-71 


20,035 


Gist (19) 


Osby (8) 


Vasquez (9) 



03/20/08 7:00 p.m. 



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L 72-i 



14,768 Gist (23) 



Gist (11) 



Vasquez (8) 



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# - Big Ten/ACC Challenge (College Park, Md.) 
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iSeason Statistics 

2007-08 Oveiall Season Stats (19-15) 



## 


Player 


GP 


GS 


Min 


Avq 


/-TOTAL" 
FG FGA 


■; 

Pet 


/-3-PTS-/ 
3FG FGA 


Pet 


FT 


FTA 


Pet 


/■-REBOUNDS-/ 
Off Def Tot 


Avq 


PF 


FO 


A 


TO 


BIk 


StI 


Pts 


Avq 


?1 


Greivis Vasquez 


34 


34 1258 


37.0 


199 


461 


.432 


64 


207 


,309 


115 


147 


.782 


31 


162 


193 


5.7 


78 


1 


231 


149 


9 


47 


577 


17.0 


15 


James Gist 


33 


33 1056 


32.0 


194 


391 


.496 


22 


71 


.310 


115 


156 


.737 


60 


200 


260 


7.9 


101 


6 


45 


90 


77 


42 


525 


15.9 


50 


Bambale Osby 


33 


26 


881 


26.7 


134 


257 


.521 





1 


.000 


113 


170 


.665 


76 


138 


214 


6.5 


96 


5 


27 


91 


69 


19 


381 


11.5 


05 


Eric Hayes 


31 


30 1036 


33.4 


102 


239 


.427 


56 


143 


.392 


46 


54 


.852 


19 


81 


100 


3.2 


43 





138 


73 


6 


34 


306 


9.9 


01 


Landon Milbourne 


33 


29 


814 


24.7 


93 


214 


.435 


22 


56 


.393 


62 


78 


.795 


56 


60 


116 


3.5 


98 


6 


24 


55 


24 


21 


270 


8.2 


24 


Cliff Tucker 


32 


6 


506 


15.8 


55 


112 


.491 


8 


26 


.308 


12 


30 


.400 


27 


47 


74 


2.3 


30 





44 


25 


11 


21 


130 


4.1 


22 


Adrian Bowie 


34 


2 


420 


12.4 


50 


86 


.581 


6 


12 


.500 


19 


36 


.528 


15 


41 


56 


1.6 


42 





31 


37 





26 


125 


3.7 


04 


Braxton Dupree 


27 


8 


277 


10.3 


23 


60 


.383 








.000 


21 


34 


.618 


26 


33 


59 


2.2 


31 





2 


22 


9 





67 


2.5 


35 


Dave Neal 


22 


1 


170 


7.7 


18 


47 


.383 


4 


16 


.250 


2 


4 


.500 


11 


19 


30 


1.4 


15 





6 


9 





9 


42 


1.9 


32 


Jerome Burney 


17 





125 


7.4 


15 


32 


.469 








.000 





4 


.000 


10 


17 


27 


1.6 


8 





4 


2 


9 


2 


30 


1.8 


33 


Dino Greqory 


14 





92 


6.6 


5 


17 


.294 








.000 


2 


3 


.667 


8 


11 


19 


1.4 


16 





2 


7 


3 


1 


12 


0.9 


10 


Jason McAlpin 


12 


1 


57 


4.8 


3 


13 


.231 





6 


.000 





2 


.000 


3 


7 


10 


0.8 


4 





4 


2 


1 


1 


6 


0.5 


02 


Sfiane Wall<er 


24 





128 


5.3 


4 


10 


.400 





1 


.000 


4 


9 


.444 


3 


21 


24 


1.0 


27 





4 


9 


6 


2 


12 


0.5 


23 


David Pearman 


2 





5 


2.5 








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58 


53 


111 


3.3 


1 






2 












Marvland 


34 








895 


1939 


.462 


182 


539 


.338 


511 


727 


.703 


403 


890 


1293 


38.0 


591 


18 


562 


573 


224 


225 


2483 


73.0 




Opponents 


34 








839 


2124 


.395 


209 


645 


.324 


486 


657 


.740 


478 


750 


1228 


36.1 


630 


21 


420 


483 


161 


316 


2373 


69.8 



2007-08 Atlantic Coast Conference Games (8-8) 



## Player 


GP 


GS 


Min 


Avg 


/-TOTAL" 
FG FGA 


■/ 
Pet 


;...3.PTS"./ 
3FG FGA 


Pet 


FT 


FTA 


Pet 


Off 


REBOUNDS- 
Def Tot 


Avq 


PF 


FO 


A 


TO 


BIk 


StI 


Rs 


Avq 


21 Greivis Vasquez 


16 


16 


596 


37.2 


105 


242 


.434 


27 


100 


.270 


45 


62 


.726 


18 


78 


96 


6.0 


40 


1 


120 


77 


4 


24 


282 


17.6 


15 James Gist 


16 


16 


534 


33.4 


97 


198 


.490 


13 


35 


.371 


64 


86 


.744 


25 


108 


133 


8.3 


49 


2 


22 


43 


32 


15 


271 


16.9 


50 Bambale Osby 


16 


14 


455 


28.4 


74 


134 


.552 





1 


.000 


49 


70 


.700 


38 


76 


114 


7.1 


47 


3 


16 


37 


31 


6 


197 


12.3 


05 Eric Hayes 


14 


13 


460 


32.9 


45 


100 


.450 


25 


61 


.410 


20 


24 


.833 


6 


43 


49 


3.5 


21 





52 


34 


4 


11 


135 


9.6 


01 Landon Milbourne 


16 


15 


444 


27.8 


55 


118 


.466 


17 


36 


.472 


26 


33 


.788 


27 


30 


57 


3.6 


52 


3 


12 


25 


8 


9 


153 


9.6 


22 Adrian Bowie 


16 





194 


12.1 


28 


41 


.683 


5 


7 


.714 


5 


11 


.455 


4 


17 


21 


1.3 


21 





14 


13 





11 


66 


4.1 


32 Jerome Bumey 


4 





57 


14.3 


8 


15 


.533 








.000 








.000 


5 


9 


14 


3.5 


4 





3 


1 


6 





16 


4.0 


24 Cliff Tucker 


14 


3 


201 


14.4 


19 


44 


.432 


3 


10 


.300 


3 


8 


.375 


10 


20 


30 


2.1 


13 





20 


11 


3 


9 


44 


3.1 


35 Dave Neal 


13 





100 


7.7 


9 


23 


.391 


3 


9 


.333 








.000 


4 


10 


14 


1.1 


11 





3 


5 





3 


21 


1.6 


33 Dino Greqory 


2 





7 


3.5 


1 


2 


.500 








.000 








.000 











0.0 


1 











2 





2 


1.0 


02 Shane Walker 


13 





67 


5.2 


3 


5 


.600 





1 


.000 


4 


6 


.667 


2 


13 


15 


1.2 


18 





3 


3 


2 


1 


10 


0.8 


04 Braxton Dupree 


10 


2 


59 


5.9 


1 


10 


.100 








.000 


4 


6 


.667 


4 


3 


7 


0,7 


5 








4 


1 





6 


0.6 


10 Jason McAlpin 


5 


1 


26 


5.2 





3 


.000 








.000 





2 


.000 





3 


3 


0.6 








2 


2 


1 








0.0 


TM TEAM 




























27 


18 


45 


2.8 




















Maryland 


16 








445 


935 


.476 


93 


260 


.358 


220 


308 


.714 


170 


428 


598 


37.4 


282 


9 


267 


255 


94 


89 


1203 


75.2 


Opponents 


16 








427 


1015 


.421 


109 


316 


.345 


248 


328 


.756 


205 


369 


574 


35.9 


280 


5 


211 


195 


82 


138 


1211 


75.7 


2008 Postseason ACC 8 NIT Games (1-2) 

/-TOTAL-; /-3-PTS-/ 
m Player GP GS Min Avq FG FGA Pet 3FG FGA Pet FT FTA Pet 


Off 


REBOUNDS- 
Def Tot 


Avq 


PF 


FO 


A 


TO 


BIk 


StI 


Pts 


Avq 


15 James Gist 


3 


3 


105 


35.0 


22 


43 


.512 


3 


9 


.333 


6 


12 


.500 


9 


14 


23 


7.7 


10 


1 


6 


12 


11 


6 


53 


17.7 


50 Bambale Osby 


3 


3 


85 


28.3 


13 


23 


.565 








.000 


14 


20 


.700 


8 


13 


21 


7.0 


8 





2 


10 


7 


4 


40 


13.3 


21 Greivis Vasquez 


3 


3 


116 


38.7 


12 


32 


.375 


4 


16 


.250 


7 


8 


.875 


1 


18 


19 


6.3 


7 





20 


11 


2 


2 


35 


11.7 


24 Cliff Tucker 


3 





52 


17.3 


9 


16 


.563 





1 


.000 


2 


6 


.333 


5 


3 


8 


2.7 


3 





4 


2 





1 


20 


6.7 


05 Eric Hayes 


3 


3 


88 


29.3 


7 


18 


.389 


5 


14 


.357 








.000 


3 


4 


7 


2.3 


5 





12 


8 





2 


19 


6.3 


01 Landon Milboume 


3 


1 


50 


16.7 


5 


11 


.455 


1 


2 


.500 


6 


8 


.750 


3 


2 


5 


1.7 


5 





2 


4 


2 


2 


17 


5.7 


04 Braxton Dupree 


2 





25 


12.5 


3 


6 


.500 








.000 


4 


4 


1.000 


3 


3 


6 


3.0 


5 








3 








10 


5.0 


22 Adrian Bowie 


3 


2 


51 


17.0 


4 


9 


.444 





1 


.000 


4 


6 


.667 


1 


4 


5 


1.7 


2 





3 


3 





4 


12 


4.0 


32 Jerome Burney 


3 





11 


3.7 


1 


1 


1.000 








.000 








.000 





2 


2 


0.7 


1 








1 





2 


2 


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10 Jason McAlpin 


1 





3 


3.0 





2 


.000 





1 


.000 








.000 


1 





1 


1.0 























0.0 


35 Dave Neal 


3 





10 


3.3 





2 


.000 








.000 





2 


.000 


1 


2 


3 


1.0 


1 




















0.0 


02 Shane Walker 


2 





4 


2.0 








.000 








.000 








.000 





1 


1 


0.5 











1 











0.0 


TM TEAM 




























5 


4 


9 


3.0 




















Maryland 


3 








76 


163 


.466 


13 


44 


.295 


43 


66 


.652 


40 


70 


110 


36.7 


47 


1 


49 


55 


22 


23 


208 


69.3 


Opponents 


3 








81 


199 


.407 


17 


55 


.309 


38 


54 


.704 


57 


62 


119 


39.7 


53 


1 


44 


41 


14 


37 


217 


72.3 



200B-09 MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 




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Game-By-Game Statistics 






Pts 


1st 


2nd ot FG-A 


PCI 


3PT 
FG-A 


3PT 
POT. 


FT-A 


PCT. 


OFF 
REB 


DEF 
REB 


TOT 
REB 


PF 


A 


TO BLK 


ST 


at MARYLAND 

North Florida 


79 

50 


30 
23 


49 
27 


28-52 

18-59 


.538 

.305 


5-13 
6-22 


.385 

.273 


18-28 

8-10 


.643 

.800 


14 
12 


29 

14 


43 
26 


15 

21 


21 

12 


20 

20 


5 

3 


11 

6 


at MARYLAND 

Hampton 


70 

64 


39 

29 


31 

35 


23-57 

23-56 


.404 

.411 


6-19 
5-22 


.316 

.227 


18-29 

13-25 


.621 

.520 


20 

12 


25 

17 


45 
29 


20 

21 


12 

5 


22 

15 


4 

6 


6 

18 


at MARYLAND 

Northeastern 


74 
72 


28 
22 


33 

39 


3 19-47 

1 28-77 


.404 

.364 


5-12 

7-26 


.417 
.269 


31-46 

9-13 


.674 
.692 


11 

19 


32 

24 


43 

43 


20 

31 


14 

11 


23 

17 


12 

8 


7 

13 


MARYLAND 

vs. UCL^ 


59 

71 


18 

28 


41 

43 


22-55 

23-61 


.400 

.377 


1-11 

4-13 


.091 

.308 


14-18 
21-30 


.778 

.700 


8 
19 


21 

25 


29 

44 


23 

16 


13 

14 


21 

18 


8 
2 


6 

8 


MARYLAND 

vs. Missouri 


70 

84 


37 

43 


33 

41 


24-58 

31-68 


.414 

.456 


1-15 

3-18 


.067 

.167 


21-23 

19-23 


.913 

.826 


11 

8 


31 

22 


42 

30 


21 
19 


14 
15 


23 

10 


5 

5 


2 

13 


at MARYLAND 

Lehigh 


72 

51 


38 

31 


34 

20 


28-55 

18-55 


.509 
.327 


5-14 

7-19 


.357 

.368 


11-21 

8-11 


.524 

.727 


13 

15 


21 

21 


34 

36 


14 

16 


14 
13 


12 

19 


3 

2 


8 

7 


at MARYLAND 

Illinois 


69 

61 


32 

32 


37 

29 


27-61 

24-72 


.443 

.333 


6-19 

9-29 


.316 

.310 


9-12 

4- 9 


.750 

.444 


8 

16 


33 

26 


41 

42 


10 

16 


20 

16 


12 

10 


9 

2 


7 

5 


MARYUND 

vs. VCU 


76 

85 


34 

34 


42 

51 


21-57 

26-55 


.368 

.473 


4-15 

9-20 


.267 

.450 


30-34 

24-31 


.882 

.774 


15 

9 


25 

21 


40 

30 


23 

24 


16 

14 


19 

14 


5 

4 


7 

12 


at MARYUND 

Morgan State 


89 

65 


36 

29 


53 

36 


32-63 

24-73 


.508 

.329 


9-15 
3-12 


.600 

.250 


16-24 

14-15 


.667 

.933 


14 
18 


32 

22 


46 

40 


16 

23 


23 

9 


18 

16 


10 

3 


9 

13 


at MARYUND 

Boston College 


78 

81 


22 

25 


56 

56 


31-73 

22-54 


.425 

.407 


6-19 

6-13 


.316 

.462 


10-16 

31-41 


.625 

.756 


19 

13 


26 

26 


45 

39 


25 

13 


17 
15 


10 

12 


9 

15 


8 

2 


at MARYUND 

Ohio Univ. 


55 

61 


23 

34 


32 

27 


23-57 

25-52 


.404 

.481 


7-23 

3-11 


.304 

.273 


2-6 

8-9 


.333 

.889 


10 

11 


17 
26 


27 

37 


11 

11 


19 

10 


15 

19 


3 

4 


8 

8 


at MARYUND 

American 


59 

67 


20 

25 


39 

42 


19-53 
22-57 


.358 

.386 


10-24 

8-19 


.417 

.421 


11-17 

15-18 


.647 

.833 


9 

13 


24 

27 


33 

40 


16 

13 


13 

11 


13 

12 


10 

3 


5 

6 


at MARYUND 

Delavi/are 


76 

46 


40 

23 


36 

23 


31-65 

16-58 


.477 

.276 


3-13 

6-17 


.231 

.353 


11-14 
8-12 


.786 

.667 


22 

11 


35 

14 


57 

25 


15 

15 


18 

8 


16 

14 


9 

8 


6 

8 


at MARYUND 

Savannah State 


75 

48 


40 

19 


35 

29 


27-59 

1546 


.458 

.326 


2-9 

5-11 


.222 

.455 


19-24 

13-17 


.792 

.765 


14 
10 


22 

19 


36 

29 


17 

24 


15 
6 


12 

24 


9 

6 


12 

7 


MARYUND 

at Chariotte 


76 

72 


40 

25 


36 

47 


25-52 

22-62 


.481 

.355 


6-16 
6-22 


.375 

.273 


20-29 

22-29 


.690 

.759 


10 

19 


23 

24 


33 

43 


23 

25 


15 
12 


18 

15 


4 

5 


8 

8 


at MARYUND 

Holy Cross 


73 

48 


37 

19 


36 

29 


25-50 

16-59 


.500 

.271 


6-17 
2-13 


.353 

.154 


17-28 

14-23 


.607 

.609 


14 

24 


22 

17 


36 

41 


18 
22 


19 

9 


19 

24 


12 

4 


11 
9 


MARYUND 

at Virginia Tech 


66 

67 


33 

27 


33 

40 


22-55 

20-57 


.400 

,351 


2-12 

7-17 


.167 
.412 


20-26 

20-28 


.769 

.714 


11 

15 


26 

25 


37 

40 


20 

18 


15 

11 


17 

16 


6 

6 


8 

10 


at MARYUND 
Wake Forest 


71 

64 


31 

26 


40 

38 


24-52 

26-75 


.462 

.347 


4-14 

5-30 


.286 

.167 


19-26 

7-12 


.731 
.583 


8 

14 


37 

25 


45 

39 


12 
19 


14 

8 


18 

11 


9 

7 


6 

13 


MARYUND 

at North Carolina 


82 

80 


41 

35 


41 
45 


30-84 

30-79 


.469 

.380 


6-16 

7-23 


.375 

.304 


16-20 

13-15 


.800 

.867 


11 

21 


27 

25 


38 

46 


16 

19 


20 

16 


10 

10 


5 

3 


5 

3 


at MARYUND 
Duke 


84 

93 


51 

42 


33 

51 


31-57 
32-68 


.544 
.471 


4-12 
6-18 


.333 

.333 


18-27 

23-29 


.667 

.793 


11 
15 


26 

21 


37 
36 


20 

24 


24 

9 


22 

10 


5 

3 


4 

13 


at MARYUND 

Virginia 


85 

75 


43 

33 


42 

42 


27-52 

28-61 


.519 

.459 


8-24 

6-21 


.333 

.286 


23-28 

13-16 


.821 

.813 


8 

12 


22 

19 


30 

31 


16 
23 


18 

11 


9 

11 


5 




2 

4 


MARYUND 

at Georgia Tech 


88 

86 


50 

41 


38 

45 


33-59 

34-72 


.559 

.472 


5-13 

5-22 


.385 

.227 


17-25 

13-19 


.680 

.684 


12 

16 


27 

20 


39 

36 


19 

21 


22 

19 


24 

16 


6 

6 


8 

13 


MARYUND 

at Boston College 


70 

65 


36 

34 


34 

31 


27-52 

23-55 


.519 

.418 


9-19 

10-22 


.474 

.455 


7-11 
9-12 


.636 

.750 


7 

12 


21 

21 


28 

33 


13 

14 


18 

16 


10 

12 


7 

6 


6 

6 


at MARYUND 

NC State 


84 

70 


31 
33 


53 

37 


33-58 

27-61 


.569 

.443 


6-10 

9-17 


.600 

.529 


12-14 

7- 8 


.857 

.875 


6 

5 


30 

21 


36 

26 


12 

14 


19 

13 


11 
9 


7 

2 


3 

5 


MARYUND 

at Duke 


65 

77 


30 

41 


35 

36 


27-66 

23-58 


.409 

.397 


3-13 

12-25 


.231 

.480 


8-12 

19-25 


.667 

.760 


12 

6 


33 

30 


45 

36 


20 

15 


11 

15 


19 

13 


6 

4 


7 

14 


at MARYUND 

Florida State 


72 

82 


40 

32 


32 

50 


24-47 

27-61 


.511 

.443 


10-17 

8-21 


.588 

.381 


24-29 

10-10 


.828 

1.000 


8 

10 


23 

18 


31 

28 


13 

20 


14 

9 


17 

14 


8 

5 


7 

11 


at MARYUND 

Virginia Tech 


65 

69 


31 

29 


34 

40 


27-58 

24-59 


.466 

.407 


5-14 

6-17 


.357 

.353 


6-14 
15-24 


.429 

.625 


7 
12 


29 

28 


36 

40 


22 

18 


15 

14 


18 

14 


5 

5 


7 
11 


MARYUND 

at Miami 


63 

78 


36 

39 


27 

39 


23-62 

26-55 


.371 

.473 


7-19 

4-12 


.368 

.333 


10-12 
22-24 


.833 

.917 


18 

10 


20 

21 


38 

31 


18 

13 


12 

12 


15 

6 


3 

7 


2 

9 


MARYUND 

at Wake Forest 


74 

70 


40 

33 


34 

37 


25-51 
25-66 


.490 
.379 


9-22 

4-16 


.409 

.250 


15-20 

16-26 


.750 
.615 


7 
16 


31 
22 


38 

38 


20 

20 


13 

14 


20 

13 


4 

4 


6 

10 


at MARYUND 

Clemson 


70 

73 


37 

25 


33 

48 


28-62 

29-72 


.452 

.403 


2-15 

7-26 


.133 
.269 


12-21 

8-11 


.571 

.727 


15 

17 


27 

21 


42 

38 


15 

20 


18 

15 


21 

17 


8 

5 


6 

9 


MARYUND 

at Virginia 


76 

91 


37 

36 


39 

55 


33-67 

31-62 


.493 

.500 


7-21 

7-16 


.333 

.438 


3-7 

22-28 


.429 

.786 


10 

11 


23 

26 


33 
37 


21 
9 


17 
14 


14 

11 


1 

4 


4 

5 


MARYUND 

vs. Boston College 


68 

71 


31 

25 


37 

46 


27-52 

26-64 


.519 

.406 


4-11 

4-12 


.364 

.333 


10-16 

15-23 


.625 

.652 


9 

21 


22 

20 


31 

41 


18 

15 


15 
11 


21 

15 


10 

3 


11 

15 


MARYUND 

at Minnesota 


68 

58 


33 

32 


35 

26 


21-53 

21-67 


.396 

.313 


3-14 

8-30 


.214 

.267 


23-31 

8- 9 


.742 

.889 


18 

18 


29 

20 


47 

38 


12 
23 


13 
12 


16 

14 


3 

7 


6 

10 


MARYUND 

at Syracuse 


72 

88 


38 

40 


34 

48 


28-58 
34-68 


.483 

.500 


6-19 

5-13 


.316 
.385 


10-19 
15-22 


.526 
.682 


13 

18 


19 
22 


32 

40 


17 
15 


21 

21 


18 

12 


9 

4 


6 

12 



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35 


50 




Milb'rne 


Walker 


Dupree 


Hayes 


IVIcAlpin 


Gist 


Vasquez 


Bowie 


Pearman 


Tucker 


Burney 


Gregory 


Neal 


Osby 


Opponent 


P-R-A 


P-R-B 


P-R-B 


P-R-A 


P-R-B 


P-R-B 


P-R-A 


P-R-A 


, P-R-A 


P-R-A 


P-R-A 


P-R-A 


P-R-B 


P-R-B 


NO.FLORIDA 


dnp 


0-0-0 


0-4-1 


15-1-8 


2-0-1 


dnp 


18-7-6 


12-3-2 


dnp 


8-7-2 


2-2-0 


0-5-2 


7-4-0 


15-7-1 


HAMPTON 


8-4-1 


0-1-0 


2-2-0 


7-4-4 


dnp 


16-12-1 


21 •5-4 


2-2-1 


dnp 


6-0-0 


0-2-0 


0-1-0 


4-2-0 


6-5-2 


N'EASTERN 


5-7-1 


0-2-2 


0-1-0 


11-3-1 


0-0-0 


27-5-1 


9-6-10 


3-1-0 


dnp 


3-0-2 


ini 


0-0-0 


inj 


16-13-6 


vs. UCLA 


6-5-0 


0-0-1 


4-3-1 


6-3-5 


dnp 


7-3-1 


19-6-4 


4-5-3 


dnp 


0-1-0 


dnp 


0-1-0 


in 


13-1-3 


vs. Missouri 


7-6-1 


dnp 


5-4-0 


10-7-6 


dnp 


12-6-4 


17-8-4 


6-0-1 


dnp 


0-0-0 


dnp 


2-1-0 


in 


11-5-0 


LEHIGH 


2-2-0 


2-0-0 


14-5-0 


11-4-7 


0-1-0 


11-8-2 


22-1-2 


4-5-1 


dnp 


4-1-2 


2-1-0 


0-2-0 


in) 


inj 


ILLINOIS 


7-2-0 


dnp 


10-5-1 


18-3-4 


dnp 


12-9-4 


5-7-10 


0-1-1 


dnp 


9-5-0 


4-2-0 


dnp 


inj 


4-4-1 


vs. VCU 


10-5-1 


dnp 


3-1-1 


7-5-7 


dnp 


9-8-1 


19-3-3 


2-2-0 


dnp 


7-4-2 


2-0-1 


dnp 


inj 


17-10-2 


MORGAN ST. 


11.4-0 


dnp 


3-6-0 


19-3-7 


dnp 


18-8-2 


17-6-11 


0-0-1 


dnp 


3-4-0 


0-1-0 


2-4-0 


inj 


16-94 


BOSTON COLL. 


11-6-0 


dnp 


3-2-0 


13-7-7 


dnp 


18-11-5 


11-5-6 


0-0-0 


dnp 


8-5-2 


dnp 


2-0-0 


inj 


12-8-1 


OHIO UNIV. 


11-4-0 


dnp 


2-0-0 


9-2-5 


dnp 


8-6-0 


13-3-8 


2-0-0 


dnp 


4-3-3 


0-1-0 


2-3-0 


inj 


4-3-3 


AMERICAN 


4-5-3 


dnp 


4-5-1 


16-1-5 


dnp 


3-4-4 


28-5-4 


0-1-0 


dnp 


1-2-0 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


24-0 


1-1-3 


DELAWARE 


10-2-1 


0-3-0 


4-3-0 


4-7-3 


2-2-0 


18-10-5 


18-6-8 


2-5-1 


0-0-0 


2-1-0 


2-2-0 


0-1-0 


dnp 


14-7-1 


SAVANNAH ST 


5-2-0 


0-0-0 


2-3-2 


12-1-6 


0-1-0 


13-6-2 


13-6-6 


6-4-1 


0-0-0 


7-1-2 


0-0-0 


2-1-0 


2-1-0 


13-5-3 


at Charlotte 


2-3-1 


0-2-1 


0-1-0 


7-0-6 


dnp 


25-10-2 


24-3-5 


0-0-0 


dnp 


2-3-3 


dnp 


dnp 


8-2-0 


10-5-1 


HOLY CROSS 


12-3-1 


0-0-0 


0-5-1 


inj 


2-2-1 


22-9-5 


17-6-6 


4-1-2 


dnp 


10-4-4 


dnp 


2-0-0 


0-0-0 


44-1 


at Virginia Tech 


6-4-1 


4-1-0 


2-1-0 


in] 


0-0-1 


16-7-3 


10-7-3 


12-3-3 


dnp 


2-1-6 


dnp 


dnp 


0-0-0 


14-12-2 


WAKE FOREST 


11-5-0 


0-3-1 


0-0-0 


inj 


0-1-0 


10-8-4 


22-6-8 


10-8-2 


dnp 


2-1-1 


dnp 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


16-114 


at North Carolina 


14-1-0 


3-1-1 


0-0-0 


8-1-1 


dnp 


22-13-1 


12-6-11 


1-0-3 


dnp 


8-2-1 


dnp 


dnp 


2-3-0 


12-5-0 


DUKE 


7.0-0 


0-1-0 


dnp 


8-5-9 


dnp 


26-5-0 


15-4-7 


2-1-1 


dnp 


4-3-3 


dnp 


dnp 


2-1-0 


20-15-1 


VIRGINIA 


13-4-3 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


15-3-9 


dnp 


17-9-2 


25-3-3 


0-1-0 


dnp 


0-0-0 


dnp 


dnp 


4-3-1 


11-6-3 


at Georgia Tech 


16-3-2 


0-1-0 


1-1-1 


14.3-8 


dnp 


14-9-1 


13-5-9 


5-0-0 


dnp 


7-0-0 


dnp 


dnp 


0-0-0 


18-11-0 


at Boston Coll. 


3-4-2 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


5-2-5 


dnp 


23-7-1 


25-6-8 


0-1-1 


dnp 


2-1-1 


dnp 


dnp 


3-1-0 


9-5-5 


NC STATE 


11-3-1 


dnp 


0-1-0 


14-2-2 


dnp 


30-9-3 


13-9-15 


0-0-0 


dnp 


5-2-0 


dnp 


dnp 


0-0-0 


11-84 


at Duke 


4-2-1 


2-1-0 


0-0-0 


3-5-0 


dnp 


9-10-2 


25-8-7 


2-0-0 


dnp 


2-5-0 


dnp 


dnp 


5-1-0 


13-9-2 


FLORIDA STATE 


18.3-0 


1-3-0 


dnp 


8-7-2 


0-1-0 


17-5-3 


20-4-8 


4-1-1 


dnp 


inj 


dnp 


dnp 


0-0-0 


14-54 


VIRGINIA TECH 


8-4-1 


0-3-0 


0-2-0 


7-3-3 


0-0-0 


7-9-1 


25-9-5 


0-0-0 


dnp 


inj 


dnp 


dnp 


0-1-0 


18-4-3 


at Miami 


13-7-0 


0-1-0 


dnp 


14-2-2 


dnp 


10-4-1 


13-8-6 


0-0-0 


dnp 


0-1-1 


4-5-0 


dnp 


dnp 


9-3-1 


al Wake Forest 


2-6-1 


0-0-0 


dnp 


11-3-0 


dnp 


31-11-2 


24-4-8 


3-2-2 


dnp 


1-5-0 


2-2-1 


dnp 


dnp 


0-4-0 


CLEMSON 


4-3-0 


0-0-0 


dnp 


12-5-3 


0-1-1 


15-8-3 


13-8-7 


12-1-0 


dnp 


0-3-1 


6-3-2 


dnp 


2-3-0 


6-3-1 


at Virginia 


12-2-0 


dnp 


dnp 


3-1-1 


dnp 


6-8-1 


16-4-9 


15-3-1 


dnp 


3-14 


4-4-0 


dnp 


3-1-0 


14-5-0 


vs. Boston Coll. 


9-2-1 


0-0-0 


dnp 


11-2-1 


dnp 


19-6-5 


11-7-9 


5-1-1 


dnp 


8-1-1 


0-1-0 


dnp 


0-1-0 


5-84 


at Minnesota 


5-2-0 


0-1-0 


6-5-0 


2-5-4 


dnp 


11-6-3 


16-6-3 


7-3-2 


dnp 


5-4-2 


2-1-0 


dnp 


0-2-0 


14-6-0 


al Syracuse 


3-1-1 


dnp 


4-1-0 


6-0-7 


0-1-0 


23-11-3 


8-6-8 


0-1-0 


dnp 


7-3-1 


0-0-0 


dnp 


0-0-0 


21-7-3 


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Tracking the Terps 2007-08 



• •• 



Opponent 


Largest 
Lead 


Largest 
Deficit 


Lead 
Chanqes 


Best 
Run 


0pp. 
Run 


PtsoffTO 
(Md-Opp) 


Pts Paint 
(Md-Opp) 


2nd Chance 
(Md-Opp) 


Fast Break Pts. 
(Md-Opp) 


Bench Pts. 
(Md-Opp) 


NORTH FLORIDA 


31 


3 


2 


12-0 


6-0 


31-14 


36-14 


17-9 


104 


16-18 


HAMPTON 


14 


1 


2 


9-0 


7-0 


15-20 


26-24 


22-14 


8-14 


12-15 


NORTHEASTERN 


9 


6 


4 


7-0 


9-0 


14-19 


28-32 


13-13 


13-12 


6-10 


vs. UCLA 





20 





6-0 


7-0 


10-21 


32-30 


10-11 


8-13 


8-8 


vs. Missouri 


2 


14 


2 


6-0 


10-0 


6-28 


4246 


11-8 


124 


13-21 


LEHIGH 


23 


1 


2 


15-0 


5-0 


21-9 


38-18 


23-13 


16-7 


12-8 


ILLINOIS 


8 


3 


15 


8-0 


5-0 


8-6 


36-16 


8-15 


11-9 


17-21 


vs. VCU 


4 


10 


16 


5-0 


7-0 


13-16 


32-28 


13-6 


6-8 


28-21 


MORGAN STATE 


24 


2 


2 


12-0 


9-0 


14-16 


40-26 


16-18 


114 


21-13 


BOSTON COLLEGE 


6 


10 


7 


9-0 


9-0 


15-9 


42-30 


17-10 


12-9 


22-29 


OHIO UNIV 





17 





9-0 


8-0 


12-16 


30-36 


2-14 


10-7 


12-6 


AMERICAN 


6 


12 


5 


6-0 


8-0 


12-24 


14-22 


10-7 


0-2 


4-20 


DELAWARE 


30 


3 


1 


13-0 


4-0 


15-10 


42-14 


16-9 


144 


20-10 


SAVANNAH STATE 


36 


3 


1 


15-0 


13-0 


33-11 


40-12 


17-10 


10-0 


19-15 


al Charlotte 


21 


4 


3 


12-0 


8-0 


21-15 


28-26 


6-16 


16-19 


8-25 


HOLY CROSS 


27 


5 


1 


20-0 


5-0 


17-16 


32-26 


15-10 


10-0 


8-20 


at Virginia Tech 


6 


10 


6 


13-0 


11-0 


20-11 


32-22 


6-17 


14-9 


18-9 


WAKE FOREST 


13 


9 


1 


11-0 


7-0 


12-13 


3840 


4-13 


4-8 


26-7 


al North Carolina 


11 


4 


12 


8-0 


9-0 


11-10 


n/a 


13-27 


n/a 


14-21 


DUKE 


9 


9 


9 


10-0 


6-0 


12-29 


48-38 


12-16 


8-9 


8-18 


VIRGINIA 


17 








9-0 


7-0 


16-11 


36-34 


13-13 


0-6 


4-11 


at Georgia Tech 


12 








9-0 


9-0 


15-25 


4840 


14-14 


6-16 


1347 


at Boston College 


10 


3 


10 


10-0 


8-0 


10-14 


26-16 


9-11 


6-0 


5-11 


NC STATE 


15 


9 


1 


12-0 


7-0 


10-12 


42-28 


114 


11-7 


5-18 


at Duke 


2 


16 


1 


10-0 


8-0 


9-31 


32-18 


3-3 


10-8 


15-11 


FLORIDA STATE 


8 


12 


16 


7-0 


9-0 


17-19 


24-30 


12-14 


7-13 


5-5 


VIRGINIA TECH 


14 


7 


3 


9-0 


11-0 


24-17 


42-26 


4-16 


9-9 


0-12 


al Miami 


1 


17 


4 


8-0 


10-0 


5-17 


22-30 


9-12 


0-11 


4-18 


at Wake Forest 


11 


2 


3 


8-0 


8-0 


12-16 


2440 


9-19 


. 6-2 


6-15 


CLEMSON 


20 


5 


3 


13-0 


11-0 


18-19 


4440 


16-13 


104 


24-23 


at Virginia 


5 


15 


11 


9-0 


8-0 


10-20 


44-44 


10-17 


4-6 


2547 


vs. Boston College 


15 


10 


4 


13-0 


13-0 


13-19 


4042 


8-17 


21-15 


13-32 


at Minnesota 


11 


6 


4 


8-0 


5-0 


10-14 


n/a 


13-14 


n/a 


18-31 


at Syracuse 


8 


16 


9 


6-0 


12-0 


15-24 


4246 


17-19 


8-18 


■ 14-8 




200B-0S MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 



2007-08 Superlatives 



Maryland Game Highs 

Points Scored 89 Morgan State (12/6) 


First-Half Points 


51 


Duke (1/27) 


Second-Halt Points 


56 


Boston College (12/9) 


Point Differential 


+30 (7646) 


Delaware (12/28) 


Field Goals Made 


33 


(3x) last vs. Virginia (3/9) 


Field Goals Attempted 


73 


Boston College (12/9) 


Field Goal Percentage 


.569(33-58) 


NC State (2/9) 


3-Pointers Made 


10 


(2x)lastvs. Florida State (2/16) 


3-Pointers Attempted 


24 


(2x) last vs. Virginia (1/31) 


3-Point FG Percentage 


.600(9-15) 


Morgan State (12/6) 


Free Throws Made 


31 


Northeastem (11/15) 


Free Throws Attempted 


46 


Northeastem (11/15) 


Free Throw Percentage 


.913(21-23) 


vs. Missouri (11/20) 


Rebounds 


57 


Delaware (12/28) 


Offensive Rebounds 


22 


Delaware (12/28) 


Defensive Rebounds 


37 


Wake Forest (1/15) 


Rebound Margin 


+32(57-25) 


Delaware (12/28) 


Assists 


24 


Duke (1/27) 


Turnovers 


24 


at Georgia Tech (2/2) 


Blocks 


12 


(2x) las vs. Holy Cross (1/8) 


Steals 


12 


Savannah State (1/2) 


Fouls 


25 


Boston College (12/9) 


Opponent Game Highs 

Points Scored 93 Duke (1/27) 


Ficsl-Half Points 


43 


vs. Missouri (11/20) 


Second Half Points 


56 


Boston College (12/9) 


Point Differenfial 


+16 (88-72) 


at Syracuse (3/20) 


Field Goals Made 


34 


(2x) last at Syracuse (3/20) 


Field Goals Attempted 


77 


Northeastern (11/15) 


Field Goal Percentage 


.500 (34-68) 


(2x)last at Syracuse (3/20) 


3-Pointers Made 


12 


at Duke (2/13) 


3-Pointers Attempted 


30 


(2x) last at Minnesota (3/18) 


3-Point FG Percentage 


.529(9-17) 


NC State (2/9) 


Free Throws Made 


31 


Boston College (12/9) 


Free Throws Attempted 


41 


Boston College (12/9) 


Free Throw Percentage 


1.000(10-10) 


Florida State (2/16) 


Rebounds 


44 


vs.UCLA(11/19) 


Offensive Rebounds 


24 


Holy Cross (1/8) 


Defensive Rebounds 


30 


Miami (1/10) 


Rebound Margin 


+15(44-29) 


vs.UCLA(11/19) 


Assists 


21 


at Syracuse (3/20) 


Turnovers 


24 


(2x) last vs. Holy Cross (1/8) 


Blocks 


15 


Boston College (12/9) 


Steals 


18 


Hampton (11/12) 


Fouls 


31 


Northeastem (11/15) 



Maryland Game Lows 

Points Scored 55 Ohio (12/12) 


First-Half Points 


18 


vs. UCLA (11/19) 


Second-Half Points 


27 


at Miami (2/23) 


Point Differential 


-16(72-88) 


at Syracuse (3/20) 


Field Goals Made 


19 


(2x) last vs. American (12/10) 


Field Goals Attempted 


47 


(2x)lastvs. Florida Stale (2/16) 


Field Goal Percentage 


.358(19-53) 


American (12/22) 


3-Pointers Made 


1 


(2x) last vs. Missouri (11/20) 


3-Pointers Attempted 


9 


Savannah State (1/2) 


3-Point FG Percentage 


.067 (1-15) 


vs. Missouri (11/20) 


Free Throws Made 


2 


Ohio (12/12) 


Free Throws Attempted 


6 


Ohio (12/12) 


Free Throw Percentage 


.333 (2-6) 


Ohio (12/12) 


Rebounds 


27 


Ohio (12/12) 


Offensive Rebounds 


6 


NC State (2/9) 


Defensive Rebounds 


17 


Ohio (12/12) 


Rebound Margin 


-15(2944) 


vs.UCLA(11/19) 


Assists 


11 


at Duke (2/1 3) 


Turnovers 


9 


Virginia (1/31) 


Blocks 


1 


at Virginia (3/9) 


Steals 


2 


(3x) last at Miami (2/23) 


Fouls 


10 


Illinois (11/28) 


Opponent Game Lows 

Points Scored 46 Delaware (12/28) 


First-Half Points 


19 


(2x) last vs. Holy Cross (1/8) 


Second Half Points 


20 


Lehigh (11/23) 


Point Differential 


-30 (46-76) 


Delaware (12/28) 


Field Goals Made 


15 


Savannah State (1/2) 


Field Goals Attempted 


46 


Savannah State (1/2) 


Field Goal Percentage 


.271 (16-59) 


Holy Cross (1/8) 


3-Pointers Made 


2 


Holy Cross (1/8) 


3-Pointers Attempted 


11 


(2x) las vs. Savannah St (1/2) 


3-Point FG Percentage 


.154 (2-13) 


Holy Cross (1/8) 


Free Throws Made 


4 


Illinois (11/28) 


Free Throws Attempted 


8 


NC State (2/9) 


Free Throw Percentage 


.444 (4-9) 


Illinois (11/28) 


Rebounds 


25 


Delaware (12/28) 


Offensive Rebounds 


5 


NC State (2/9) 


Defensive Rebounds 


14 


(2x) last vs. Delaware (12/28) 


Rebound Margin 


-32(25-57) 


Delaware (12/28) 


Assists 


5 


Hampton (11/12) 


Tumovers 


9 


NC State (2/9) 


Blocks 





Virginia (1/31) 


Steals 


2 


Boston College (12/9) 


Fouls 


9 


at Virginia (3/9) 





individual Game-highs 

Maryland 



Points 


31 


James Gist at Wake Forest (2/28) 


Field Goals Made 


13 


James Gist vs. NC State (2'9) 


Field Goal Attempts 


22 
22 


GreivisVasguez at Duke (2/13) 
Greivis Vasguez vs. Virginia Tech (2/20) 


Field Goal % "■'" « 


1.000 


Adrian Bowie (6-6) vs. Clemson (3/2) 


3-ptFGMade 


6 


Greivis Vasguez vs. American (12/23) 


3-ptFG Attempted 


11 


Greivis Vasguez vs. Virginia (1/31) 


3-ptFG%«>"« 


.833 


Greivis Vasguez vs. Holy Cross (1/8) 


Free Throws Made 


14 


Bambale Osby vs. Northeastem (11/15) 


Free Throw Attempts 


20 


Bambale Osby vs. Northeastem (11/15) 


Free Throw %"■'"' 


1.000 


Greivis Vasguez (9-9) vs. VCU (12/2) 


Rebounds 


15 


Bambale Osby vs. Duke (1/27) 


Assists 


15 


Greivis Vasguez vs. NC State (2/9) 


Tumovers 


8 


Greivis Vasguez vs. Florida State (2/16) 


Blocked Shots 


6 


Bambale Osby vs. Northeastem (11/15) 


Steals 


4 


Greivis Vasguez at Georgia Tech (2/2) 


Minutes Played 


43 


Greivis Vasguez vs. Northeastem (11/15) 


Opponent 

Points 


30 


Jamal Shuler, VCU (12/2) 


Field Goals Made 


10 


Kyle Singler, Duke (2/13) 


Field Goal Attempts 


21 


Matt Janning, Northeastem (11/15) 


Field Goal % "'" » 


1.000 


John Gates (8-8), Boston College (2/6) 


3-ptFGMade 


6 
6 


Jamal Shuler, VCU (12/2) 
Kyle Singler, Duke (2/13) 


3-ptFG Attempted 


12 


Leemire Goldwire, Chariotte (1/5) 


3-ptFG%'*' 


1.000 


John Gates (5-5), Boston College (2/6) 


Free Throws Made 


11 


Tyrese Rice, Boston College (12/9) 


Free Throw Attempts 


13 


James Johnson, Wake Forest (2/28) 


Free Throw "/o"'"^^ 


1.000 


Sean Singietary (9-9), Virginia (3/9) 


Rebounds 


16 


Kevin Love, UCLA(11/19) 


Assists 


9 


Maurice Miller, Georgia Tech (2/2) 


Tumovers 


6 


Rashad West Hampton (11/12) 


Blocked Shots 


11 


Tyreile Blair, Boston College (12/9) 


Steals 


7 


Chaisson Allen, Northeastem (11/15) 


Minutes Played 


43 


Matt Janning, Northeastem (11/15) 







mi 




2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
200 4 ACC CHAMPI G N S 






Miscellaneous Statistics 



Individual Performances 



Points 

31 James Gist at Wake Forest 


2/28 


30 


James Gist vs. NC State 


2/9 


28 


Greivis Vasquez vs. American 


12/22 


26 


James Gist vs. Duke 


1/27 


27 


James Gist vs. Norttieastern 


11/15 


25 


James Gist at Cfiarlotte 


1/5 


25 


Greivis Vasquez vs. Virqinia Tecti 


2/20 


25 


Greivis Vasquez at Duke 


2/13 


25 


Greivis Vasquez at Boston College 


2/06 


25 


Greivis Vasquez vs. Virginia 


1/31 


24 


Greivis Vasquez at Wake Forest 


2/28 


24 


Greivis Vasquez at Charlotte 


1/5 


23 


James Gist at Syracuse 


3/20 


23 


James Gist at Boston College 


2/06 


22 


James Gist at North Carolina 


1/19 


22 


James Gist vs. Holy Cross 


1/8 


22 


Greivis Vasquez vs. Wake Forest 


1/15 


22 


Greivis Vasquez vs. Lehigh 


11/23 


21 
21 


Bambale Osby at Syracuse 
Greivis Vasquez vs. Hampton 


3/20 
11/12 


2U 


Bambale Osby vs. Duke 


1/27 


20 


Greivis Vasquez vs. Florida State 


2/16 



Rebounds 

15 Bambale Osby vs. Duke 


1/27 


13 James Gist at North Carolina 


1/19 


1 3 Bambale Osby vs. Northeastem 


11/15 


12 James Gist vs. Hampton 


11/12 


12 Bambale Osby at Virginia Tech 


1/12 


11 James Gist at Syracuse 


3/20 


11 James Gist at Wake Forest 


2/28 


11 James Gist vs. Boston College 


12/9 


11 Bambale Osby at Georgia Tech 


2/2 


11 Bambale Osby vs. Wake Forest 


1/15 


10 James Gist at Duke 


2/13 


10 James Gist at Charlotte 


1/5 


1 James Gist vs. Delaware 


12/28 


10 Bambale Osby vs. VCU 


12/2 


Assists 

1 5 Greivis Vasquez vs. NC State 


2/09 


11 Greivis Vasquez at North Carolina 


1/19 


11 Greivis Vasquez vs. Morgan State 


12/6 


10 Greivis Vasquez vs. Illinois 


11/28 


10 Greivis Vasquez vs. Northeastern 


11/15 


9 Eric Hayes vs. Virginia 


1/31 


9 Eric Hayes vs. Duke 


1/27 


9 Greivis Vasquez vs. Boston College 


3/13 


9 Greivis Vasquez at Virginia 


3/9 


9 Greivis Vasquez at Georgia Tech 


2/2 



Blocks 

6 Bambale Osby vs. Northeastern 


11/15 


5 James Gist vs. Boston College 


3/13 


5 James Gist vs. Holy Cross 


1/8 


5 James Gist vs. Delaware 


12/28 


5 James Gist vs. Boston College 


12/9 


5 Bambale Osby at Boston College 


2/6 


Steals 

4 James Gist vs. Boston College 


3/13 


4 James Gist vs. Northeastern 


11/15 


4 Eric Hayes at Charlotte 


1/5 


4 Eric Hayes vs. Illinois 


11/28 


4 Cliff Tucker vs. Holy Cross 


1/8 


4 Cliff Tucker vs. Savannah State 


1/2 


4 Greivis Vasquez at Georgia Tech 


2/2 



Terrapin Tendencies 



Maryland's Record Overall 


ACC 


Overall Record 


19-15 


8-8 


Home 


13-6 


4-4 


Road 


6-5 


4-4 


Neutral 


0-4 




Leading at the half 


16-6 


6-5 


Trailing at the half 


2-8 


2-3 


Tied at the half 


1-1 


1-0 


Leadinq with 5:00 to play 


18-2 


8-2 


Trailinq with 5:00 to play 


1-12 


0-5 


Tied with 5:00 to play 


0-1 


0-1 


In sinqle overtime 


1-0 


0-0 


In double overtime 


0-0 


0-0 


Shootinq 50% or better 


9-2 


5-1 


Shootinq 40% to 49% 


9-10 


3-6 


Shootinq below 40% 


1-3 


0-1 


Opponent shootinq 50% or better 0-2 


0-1 


Opponent shootinq 40% to 49% 


6-9 


5-5 


Opponent shootinq below 40% 


13-4 


3-2 


Higher FG% than opponent 


18-8 


8-6 


Lower FG% than opponent 


1-7 


0-2 


FG% is even 


0-0 


0-0 


More field qoal attempts 


3-6 


0-4 


Fewerfield goal attempts 


15-9 


8-4 


Field qoal attempts are even 


1-0 


0-0 



Maryland's Record Overall 


ACC 


Makinq more free throws 


16-3 


6-1 


Makinq fewer free throws 


3-11 


2-6 


Free throws are even 


0-1 


0-1 


Outreboundinq opponent 


10-7 


4-5 


Outrebounded by opponent 


7-8 


3-3 


Rebounding is even 


2-0 


1-0 


More turnovers than opponent 


12-13 


5-7 


Fewer turnovers than opponent 


5-2 


2-1 


Turnovers are even 


2-0 


1-0 


More fouls than opponent 


0-11 


0-6 


Fewer fouls than opponent 


17-3 


7-2 


Fouls are even 


2-1 


1-0 


Zero Maryland players foul out 


15-5 


6-3 


1+ Maryland players foul out 


4-10 


2-5 


Scorinq more bench points 


4-5 


1-2 


Scorinq fewer bench points 


13-9 


6-6 


Bench scorinq is even 


1-1 


1-0 


Games decided by 3 or less 


34 


2-3 


Games decided by 4 to 8 


6-3 


3-1 


Games decided by 9 to 12 


3-4 


2-2 


Games decided by 13 to 19 


1-4 


1-2 


Games decided by 20 or more 


6-0 


0-0 



Maryland's Record Overall ACC 

" ■ 1-3 1-2 

1-3 1-2 

18-12 7-6 

vs. Team with winninq record 14-12 8-7 

2-2 0-1 

3-1 0-0 



vs. Top-10 opponent 
vs. Top-25 opponent 
vs. Unranked opponent 



vs. Team with .500 record 



vs. Team with losing record 
Player scores 30+ points 



2-0 



Player scores 20+ points 



12-5 



Terps score under 60 points 



0-3 



Terps score 60-69 points 



2-5 



Terp s score 70-79 points 11-6 



Terp s score 80- 89 points 



2-4 



Terps score 90-99 points 



0-2 



Terps score over 1 00 points 0-0 



In November 



5-2 



In December 



2-4 



In January 



6-2 



In February 



5-3 



In March 



U 



Day games 



5-3 



Night games 



14-12 



2-0 
7-3 
0-0 
0-5 
3-3 
2-1 
0-1 
0-0 



Opp. player scores 30+ points 0-1 0-0 

Opp. player scores 20+ points 7-8 4-4 

Opponents score under 60 points 6-0 0-0 

Opponents score 60-69 points 5-4 2-2 

Opponents score 70-79 points 6-5 4-4 

Opponents score 80-89 points 2-4 2-1 

Opponents score 90-99 points 0-2 0-1 

Opponents score over 100 points 0-0 0-0 



0-0 
0-1 
3-2 
5-3 
0-2 



3-2 
5-6 



Maryland's 
Largest ... 

Lead 

Overall: 36 (63-27 at 10:55 left-2H vs. Savannah 

Slate, 1/2) 

ACC: - 20 (59-39 at 11 :21 left-2H vs. Clemson, 3/2) 

Deficit 

Overall: 20 (23-43 at 16:29 left-2H vs. UCLA, 11/19) 
ACC: - 17 (61-78 al 0:30 letl-2H at Miami, 2/23) 

Margin ot Victory 

Overall: 30 (70-46 vs. Delaware. 12/28) 

ACC: - 14 (84-70 vs. NC Slate, 2/9) 

Margin of Defeat 

Overall: 16 (72-88 at Syracuse, 3/20) 

ACC:- 15 (2x, 76-91 al Virginia, 3/9) 

Haiftime Lead 

Overall: 21 (40-19 vs. Savannah State, 1/2) 

ACC: - 12 (37-25 vs. Clemson, 3/2) 

Haiftime Deficit 

Overall: 11 (23-34 vs. Ohio, 12/12) 

ACC: -11 (30-41 al Duke, 2/13) 

Home Crowd 

Overall: 17,950 (sellout, 19x, last vs. Clemson, 3/2) 
ACC: - 17,950 (sellout, 8x, last vs. Clemson, 3/2) 



Road Crowd 

Overall: 21,033 (at North Carolina, 1/19) 
ACC: - 21 ,033 (at North Carolina, 1/19) 

Neutral Crowd 

Overall: 20,035 (vs. Boston College, ACC 
Tournament, 3/13) 



200B-09 MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 



2007-08 Game Recaps 



NORTH FLORIDA 



Game #1 

50 



MARYLAND 



79 



Nov. 11, 2007- College Park, Md. 

O'Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic • Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) - Greivis Vasquez scored 18 and 
Maryland defeated North Florida in the first round of the O'Reilly 
Auto Parts CBE Classic. 

Maryland advanced to the regional championship game against 
Hampton, which defeated Tulsa, 72-55, In the otherfirst-round game 
in College Park. 

The Terrapins committed 14 first-half turnovers, including 
11 through the opening 14:04. But Maryland held North Florida 
scoreless for a stretch of 7:56 in the first half, creating a nine-point 
lead with a 12-0 mn. 

The Ten-apins held a 43-26 rebounding edge over the Ospreys. 
Vasquez, Tucker and Bambale Osby recorded seven rebounds 
each. 

Maryland shot 64.5 percent from the field after halftime and ran 
away in the second half, thanks in part to an 11-0 run over a stretch 
of 3:05. Adrian Bov»ie scored 12 points, all but one in the second 
half. 

North Florida was led by Tom Hammonds and Justin Cecil, both 
of whom scored 14 points. Brent Wood gave the Ospreys seven 
first-half points off the bench, but was held scoreless in the second 
half. 

Vasquez chipped in with six assist on his 1 8-point, seven-rebound 
night Maryland also got 15 points from Eric Hayes (8 assists) and 
Bambale Osby (7-for-11 FTs) and a dozen points off the bench from 
Adrian Bowie. 



Ospreys 


min 


FG 


i-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


s 


TP 


Cecil 


38 


5-13 


4-8 


0-0 


3 


3 


1 


2 





1 


14 


Hammonds 


30 


5-14 


U 


34 


7 


2 





4 





2 


14 


Grimbai: 


11 


0-2 


to 


0^1 


3 


3 


1 





1 








Timbertake 


17 


1-6 


0-2 


M 


1 


1 


2 


2 





1 


2 


Sparkes 


22 


1-5 


0-2 


M 


2 


5 


4 


2 





1 


2 


Yousefz'dh 


2 


1-1 


0^1 


M 




















2 


Riley 


24 


2^ 


M 


44 


1 


2 


2 


3 


1 





8 


Jones 


24 


0-2 


M 


1-2 


4 


2 


1 


3 


1 





1 


Wood 


20 


3-11 


1-6 


M 


2 


2 


1 


4 





1 


7 


Groolhuis 


12 


0-1 


M 


M 


1 


1 

















Team 










2 














Totals 


200 


18-59 


6-22 


8-10 


26 


21 


12 


20 


3 


6 


50 






Field Goal 




__3:EointFG 












IslHalf 


9-31 .290 




3-11 


.273 






2-2 


.00 






2nd Half 


9-28 .321 




3-11 


.273 






6-8 


750 






Game 


18-59 .305 




6-22 


.273 




8-10 


800 






Terps 


min 


FG 


i-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


s 


TP 


Tucker 


28 


34 


1-1 


1-3 


7 


3 


2 





1 





8 


Neal 


20 


3-6 


1-2 


M 


4 


2 





1 





1 


7 


Osby 


26 


4-6 


0-0 


7-11 


7 








3 


1 


1 


15 


Hayes 


31 


M 


1-3 


44 


1 





8 


2 


1 


2 


15 


Vasduez 


26 


7-11 


1-5 


34 


7 


4 


6 


5 





2 


18 


Walker 


2 


0-1 


(M) 


W) 











1 





1 





Oupree 


14 


0-2 


M 


M 


4 


2 





3 


1 








McAlpip 


7 


1-2 


0-1 


M 








1 








1 


2 


Bowie 


25 


4-6 


1-1 


M 


3 


3 


2 


3 





2 


12 


Bumey 


6 


1-3 


M 


0-2 


2 

















2 


Greflory 


15 


0-3 


M 


M 


5 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 





Team 










3 














Tolals 


200 


28-52 


5-13 


18-28 


43 


15 


21 


20 


5 


11 


79 






FieMGoa 




3-PoinlFG 




Free Throw 






IslHalf 




8-21 




3812-8 


.250 


12-19 


.63 








2nd Half 




20-31 




6453-5 


.600 




6-9 


.66 








Game 




28-52 




5385-1: 


.385 


18-28 


.64 








Officials: 


Teciinicals: 


None 






















Attendance: 17.950 


Score By Periods 


Is 




2nd 


Final 














Nortti Flonda 




23 




27 


50 






(0-1 








MARYLAND 




30 




49 


79 






(1-0 









HAMPTON 



Game #2 
64 



MARYLAND 



Nov. 12, 2007- College Park, Md. 

O'Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic • Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) - Greivis Vasquez scored 10 
of Maryland's final 11 points, James Gist had 16 points and 12 
rebounds in his belated season debut, and the Terrapins defeated 
Hampton Monday night to advance to the semifinal round of the 
CBE Classic. 

The Terrapins (2-0) gave up a 14-point lead in the second half 
before rallying behind Vasquez, who finished with 21. 

Vasquez, a sophomore guard, gave Maryland the lead for good 
by hitting a 3-pointer with 1 :1 7 to go. Then, after Hampton's Jordan 
Brooks missed two foul shots, Vasquez sank two free throws with 
33 seconds left for a 67-63 lead. 

Rashad West scored 23 points for Hampton (1-1 ). Coach Kevin 
Nickelberry was ejected in the first half after receiving two technical 
fouls in the span of 61 seconds. 

Maryland led 5642 before the Pirates used a 12-3 spurt to cut 
the deficit to five. The Terrapins missed a chance to pull away when 
center Bambale Osby missed six straight free throws, and a 7-0 mn 
pulled Hampton even for the first time since the opening tap. 

After a foul shot by Vasquez put Maryland back in front, a dunk 
by Donte Harrison gave the Pirates their first lead. But the Terrapins 
outscored Hampton 8-1 the rest of the way 

Gist had 11 points and seven rebounds in the first half to help 
the Terrapins take a 39-29 lead. 



Pirates 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 




A 


TO 


B S 


TP 


Pilgrim 


31 


4-11 


04 


3-6 


5 




2 


2 


2 3 


11 


Freeman 


28 


0-5 


0-1 


2-2 


2 







2 


1 


2 


Hamson 


27 


5-7 


0-1 


34 


7 







2 


1 3 


13 


West 


33 


9-16 


5-9 


M 


3 




1 


6 


2 


23 


Brooks 


24 


04 


0-1 


0-5 


2 




1 





2 





Simpson 


23 


3-10 


0-5 


24 







1 





5 


8 


Smallinq 


13 


0^1 


W 


34 


2 










2 1 


3 


Woodard 


21 


2-3 


0-1 


0-0 


6 







3 


1 1 


4 


Team 










2 












Tolals 


200 


23-56 


5-22 


13-25 


29 


21 


5 


15 


6 18 


64 






Field Goal 




__l£i!intFG 










Isl Half 


11-26 .423 




4-13 


.308 






3-8 


375 




2nd Half 


12-30 .400 




1-9 


.111 




10-17 


588 




Game 


23-56 .411 




5-22 


.227 




13-25 


520 




Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


n 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B S 


TP 


NSIboume 


20 


3-7 


0-2 


2-2 


4 


5 


1 


2 


1 


8 


Osby 


28 


2-6 


0-0 


2-8 


5 


4 





3 


2 


6 


Gist 


31 


7-13 


2-3 


0-1 


12 


3 





4 


1 3 


16 


Hayes 


33 


1-7 


14 


44 


4 


2 


4 


4 


1 


7 


Vasduez 


39 


6-15 


2-8 


7-8 


5 


2 


4 


8 





21 


Walker 


3 


M 


M 


M 


1 





1 











Dupree 


2 


M 


M 


00 





1 














Bowie 


10 


0-1 


M 


24 


2 


2 


1 


1 





2 


Tucker 


15 


2-3 


1-1 


1-2 





1 











6 


Bumey 


7 


M 


M 


M 


2 

















Giegoiy 


5 


tn 


M 


M 


1 

















Neal 


7 


24 


0-1 


0-0 


2 





1 





2 


4 


Team 










7 












Totals 


200 


23-57 


6-19 


18-29 


45 


20 


12 


22 


4 6 


70 






Field Goal 




.JtEoinlFG 










IslHalf 


14-35 .400 




3-12 


.250 






8-9 


889 




2nd Half 


9-22 .409 




3-7 


.429 




10-20 


500 




Game 


23-57 .404 




6-19 


.316 




18-29 


621 




Officials: J.B Caldwell, Tom Eades. Dwayne Gladden 


Teciinicals: 


None 




















Attendance: 17,950 


Score By Periods 


1s 




2nd 


Final 












Hamplon 




2S 




35 


64 






(M) 




MARYLAND 




39 




31 


70 






(2-0) 







NORTHEASTERN 



Game #3 
72 



70 MARYLAND 



(OT) 74 



Nov. 15, 2007- College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - James Gist scored a career-high 27 
points, including two free throws that put Maryland ahead for good 
in overtime, and the Ten-apins defeated Northeastem Thursday 
night. 

Gist's foul shots put Maryland up 70-69 with 50 seconds left. 
After a Northeastern turnover, Enc Hayes made two free throws 
for the Ten-apins, whose final six points came at the line. 

Bambale Osby had 16 points, 13 rebounds and six blocks 
for Maryland (3-0). He was 14-for-20 at the line and 1-9 from the 
field. 

Matt Janning led the Huskies (0-2) with a career-high 26 points, 
Manny Adako scored 15 and Nkem Ojougboh contributed 13 
rebounds. 

After Northeastern closed to 60-58 with 28.7 seconds remaining 
in regulation, Landon Milboume made one of two free throws for 
Maryland. Adako then nailed a 3-pointer from the comer with 9 
seconds left, forcing overtime with his first career attempt from 
beyond the arc in 28 starts. 

Northeastem trailed 38-32 early in the second half before taking 
the lead with a 14-2 mn. 

Gist scored 14 points and Greivis Vasquez had six assists to help 
Maryland take a 28-22 halftime lead. 



Husldes 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


s 


TP 


Sm«h 


24 


2-7 


14 


0-0 


3 


4 


1 





1 


5 


Adako 


28 


6-9 


1-1 


2-2 


5 


4 





2 





15 


Ojouqbofi 


39 


2-12 


0-0 


2-2 


13 


5 


2 5 


3 


2 


6 


Ailen 


37 


5-14 


M 


0-1 


7 


5 


4 4 





7 


10 


Janninq 


43 


10-21 


3-9 


3-6 


6 


1 


3 4 





2 


26 


Alvarez 


7 


0-2 


0-1 


0-0 





5 


1 











Gunlerijeni 


2 


0-0 


0-0 























Spates 


22 


2-9 


2-9 


M 


4 


5 


1 


1 





6 


Balaille 


11 


1-3 


0-2 


2-2 








1 





1 


4 


Aiaqbaye 


2 


M 


Ml 


0-0 








1 


1 








Washington 


10 


0^1 


0-0 


M 





2 


1 


1 








Team 










5 












Tolals 


225 


28-77 


7-26 


9-13 


43 


31 


11 17 


8 


13 


72 






Field Goal 




_l£QintFG 










Isl Half 


9-34 ,265 




2-14 


.143 




2-2 


1.00 






2nd Half 


16-37 .432 




5-11 


.455 




24 


.500 






Overtime 




3-6 .500 




0-1 


.000 




5-7 


.714 






Game 


28-77 .364 




7-26 


.269 




9-13 


.692 






Terps 


min 


FG 


J-FG 


FT 


R 




A TO 


B 


s 


TP 


Milboume 


33 


24 


0-0 


1-2 


7 




1 6 


1 


1 


5 


Gist 


32 


9-15 


0-2 


9-11 


5 




4 


1 


4 


27 


Osby 


37 


1-9 


M 


14-20 


13 




5 


6 


1 


16 


Hayes 


38 


3-5 


34 


2-2 


3 




1 2 








11 


Vasguez 


43 


2-16 


2-6 


3-5 


6 




10 2 


2 





9 


Walker 


8 


0-1 


(Ki 


0-2 


2 







2 








Dupree 


7 


M 


M 


0-0 


t 

















McAlpin 


0* 


(M 


frO 


0-0 




















Bowie 


12 


1-1 


0-0 


1-2 


1 


1 


1 





1 


3 


Tucker 


9 


1-1 


0-0 


1-2 





1 


2 2 








3 


Gregory 


6 


0-1 


0-0 


M 





2 


1 











Team 










5 












Totals 


225 


1947 


5-12 


3146 


43 


20 


14 23 


12 


7 


74 






Fluid Goal 




_lEoiniFG 




Frr>A Throw 






IslHalf 


8-20 .400 




1-5 


.200 




11-20 


550 






2nd Hall 


9-22 .409 




3-5 


.600 




12-16 


750 






Overtime 




2-5 .400 




1-2 


.500 




8-10 


eoo 






Game 


1947 .404 




5-12 


.417 




3146 


674 






Officials: Alan Soainhour. Joe Lindsay. Zellon Steed 


Technicals: 


None 




















Attendance: 17,950 


ScorB By Periods 


is 




2nd 


OT 


Final 








Norlheaslem 




22 




39 


11 




72 (0-2) 






MARYLAND 




28 




33 


13 




74 (M) 








2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2 04 ACC CHAMPIONS 



#1/2 UCLA 



Game #4 

71 



MARYLAND 



59 



Nov. 19, 2007 • Kansas City, Mo. 

O'Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic • Sprint Center 

KANSAS CITY, Mo. ■- Kevin Love scored 18 points and grabbed 
1 6 rebounds, lielping second-ranked UCLA overcome a sloppy first 
lialf in a victory over Maryland on Monday night in the semifinals of 
the CBE Classic. 

UCLA (4-0) had just eight scholarship players in uniform due to 
injuries to several l<ey players and il showed early wiith numerous 
turnovers and bad shots. But the Bruins, led by Love's crisp passing 
against Maryland's press, settled things dovnn by the second half. 

UCLA shot just 37 percent, including 4-of-13 from 3-point 
range, but out-rebounded the Terrapins 44-29 to move onto the 
championship game Tuesday night. 

Maryland had 21 turnovers and was just 1-for-11 on 3-pointers, 
l<eeping its streal< of at least one 3-pointer alive at 289 games v»hen 
Eric Hayes connected with 28 seconds left. 

Greivis Vasquez had 1 8 points and Bambale Osby added 1 3 for 
the Terrapins. 

Vasquez also led the Terrapins on the boards with six. 

The Terrapins trailed 43-23 with 1 6:29 left in the game, but closed 
the margin through the remainder of the second half. Maryland pulled 
within 47-37 with 8:34 left on a jumper by Landon Milbourne, but 
the Bruins extended their lead over the next two minutes, pushing 
it back to 15 at 54-39 with 6:26 to play. 

Maryland's smallest deficit down the stretch was eight points, at 
67-59 when Hayes hit his 3-poinler 



Bruins 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


s 


TP 


Aboya 


20 


24 


0-0 


24 


2 


5 


2 





1 


6 


Mbah'Moute 


35 


4-8 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


1 


1 1 


1 





8 


Love 


34 


5-12 


1-2 


7-12 


16 


2 


2 1 





1 


18 


Westbrook 


38 


2-9 


1-2 


8-10 


3 


4 


7 3 





1 


13 


Shipp 


30 


6-13 


2-5 


44 


4 


2 


3 3 





3 


18 


Abdul-Hamid 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 








1 











Mata-Real 


25 


2-8 


0-0 


0-0 


9 


2 


1 2 


1 





4 


Stanback 


6 


0-2 


0-1 


0-0 








1 





2 





Draqovic 


10 


2-5 


0-3 


0-0 


2 





3 








4 


Team 










4 




1 








Tolals 


200 


23-61 


4-13 


21-30 


44 


16 


14 18 


2 


8 


71 






Field Goal 




.JiEsintFG 




Free Throw 






1st Half 


11-33 .333 




2-10 


.200 




4-6 


667 






2nd Half 


12-28 .429 




2-3 


.667 




17-24 


708 






Game 


23-61 .377 




4-13 


.308 




21-30 


700 






Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Milbourne 


22 


3-8 


0-1 


0-0 


5 





2 


2 


1 


6 


GisI 


32 


3-11 


04 


1-2 


3 


5 


1 4 


1 





7 


Osby 


26 


5-9 


0-0 


34 


1 


5 


4 


3 





13 


Hayes 


37 


2-5 


1-3 


1-2 


3 


4 


5 2 





1 


6 


Vasquez 


38 


6-14 


0-3 


7-8 


6 


3 


4 4 





2 


19 


Walker 


8 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





2 





1 








Dupree 


13 


2-3 


0-0 


0-0 


3 


3 


2 


1 





4 


Bowie 


15 


14 


0-0 


2-2 


5 


1 


3 2 





2 


4 


Tucker 


8 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1 

















Greqory 


1 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


1 





1 











Team 1 


Tolals 


200 


22-55 


1-11 


14-18 


29 


23 


13 21 


s 


6 


59 






Field Goal 




_J=BlintFG 




Free Throw 






IslHalf 


8-24 .333 




M 


.000 




24 


500 






2nd Half 


14-31 .452 




1-5 


.200 




12-14 


857 






Game 


22-55 .400 




1-11 


.091 




14-18 


778 






Officials: Briar 


Kersey, Terry Moore, Ray Natili 














Technicals: None 


Attendance: 18,022 


Score By Periods 


is 




2nd 


Final 












UCLA 




26 




43 


71 




(4-0) 






MARYLAND 




It 




41 


59 




(3-1) 







MARY LAND 
MISSOURI 



Game #5 

70 



84 



Nov. 20, 2007 • Kansas City, Mo. 

O'Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic • Sprint Center 

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Leo Lyons had 23 points and 1 1 rebounds, 
and Missouri swarmed Maryland into numerous mistakes for a 
victory over the Terrapins on Tuesday night in the consolation game 
of the CBE Classic. 

Missouri (4-1) twice rallied from double-digit leads in the 
semifinals against No. 1 Michigan State, using their frenetic defense 
to rattle the Spartans into 17 turnovers. The Tigers' pressure had 
the same effect eariy against Maryland, which had 12 turnovers in 
the first half, including two at the start of a 10-0 run that put Missouri 
up 39-29. 

Maryland (3-2) never made it all the way back from the early 
deficit thanks to all the turnovers, finishing with 22 that led to 28 
points for Missouri. 

It didn't help that the Terps had another rough night shooting 
from the outside. 

Maryland 1-for-15 from 3-point range, barely extending its 
streak of making at least one 3-pointer to 290 games when Landon 
Milbourne dropped one in with 22 seconds. 

Greivis Vasquez led four Terrapins who scored in double figures, 
scoring 17 points, including a 9-for-10 performance at the foul line. 
Vasquez also led the Terrapins with eight rebounds. 

James Gist had 12 points, Bambale Osby finished with 11 and 
Eric Hayes had 10 points, seven rebounds and six assists. 

Gist also blocked four shots for Maryland. 



LEHIGH 



Game #6 

51 



MARYLAND 



72 



Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Milbourne 


27 


3-8 


1-3 


0-0 


6 


4 


1 


1 








7 


Gist 


36 


5-11 


0-0 


2-2 


6 


3 


2 


3 


4 





12 


Osby 


23 


4-6 


O-O 


3-3 


5 


4 





2 








11 


Hayes 


38 


3-11 


0-5 


44 


7 





6 


4 





1 


10 


Vasquez 


40- 


4-13 


0-7 


9-10 


8 


3 


4 


5 








17 


Dupree 


17 


2-5 


0-0 


1-2 


4 


2 





1 








5 


Bowie 


11 


34 


0-0 


0-0 





2 


1 


6 





1 


6 


Tucker 


4 


0-0 


0-0 


M 














1 








Greqory 


4 


0-0 


0-0 


2-2 


1 


3 





1 








2 


Team 










5 














Tolals 


200 


24-58 


1-15 


21-23 


42 


21 


14 


23 


5 


2 


70 






Field Goal 




_l£!!intFG 












Isl Half 


14-30 .467 




04 


.000 






9-9 


1.00 






2nd Half 


10-28 .357 




1-11 


.091 




145 


067 






Game 


24-58 .414 




1-15 


.067 




21-23 


913 






Tigers 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Caroll 


16 


5-9 


0-1 


1-1 


4 


5 


1 


2 








11 


Lyons 


29 


8-11 


0-1 


7-11 


11 


2 





1 


3 


1 


23 


Lawrence 


34 


6-14 


0-5 


M 


2 


1 


4 


2 


1 


3 


12 


Hannah 


24 


4-10 


0-1 


6-6 


2 


2 


5 


2 


1 





14 


Lawrence 


24 


1-9 


1-7 


0-0 


1 


1 











2 


3 


Tiller 


11 


1-5 


0-0 


2-2 





3 


2 


1 





1 


4 


Horton 


25 


1-2 


0-1 


0-0 


3 


2 


3 


1 





2 


2 


Anderson 


Ot 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 























Brown 


7 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 

















1 


2 


Salford 


1 


0-0 


0-0 


2-2 


1 

















2 


Volkus 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





1 

















Bulterfield 


27 


4-6 


2-2 


1-1 


3 


2 





1 





3 


11 


Team 










3 














Tolals 


200 


31-68 


3-18 


19-23 


30 


19 


15 


10 


5 


13 


84 






Field Goal 




__l£l!ijltFG 






jfifclbrow 






IslHalf 


19-39 .487 




2-10 


.200 






3-7 


429 






2nd Half 


12-29 .414 




1-8 


.125 




16-16 


1.00 






Game 


31-68 .456 




3-18 


167 




19-23 


826 






Officials: Ray Natili, Duane Gladden, Jef Clarke 


Technicals: None 


Attendance: 16,737 


Score By Periods 


Is 




2nd 


Final 














MARYLAND 




37 




33 


70 






(3-2) 






Missouri 




43 




41 


84 






(4-1) 







Nov. 23, 2007- College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) _ Maryland backed up another 
solid defensive effort with a breakthrough performance on the other 
end. 

Greivis Vasquez scored 17 of his 22 points after halftime, and 
the Terrapins pulled away to a victory over Lehigh on Friday. 

The Terrapins (4-2) used a 1 5-0 run to turn a precarious 5-point 
lead into a 58-38 advantage with 9:37 to go. Vasquez scored seven 
points during the stretch, which lasted more than seven minutes. 

James Gist had 11 points and a team-high eight rebounds for 
Maryland, which snapped a two-game skid. The Terrapins played 
without center Bambale Osby, who had a stomach virus. His 
replacement, freshman Braxton Dupree, scored 14 in his first college 
start. 

Rob Keefer and Matt Szalachowski each scored 12 for Lehigh 
(2-3). The Mountain Hawks hung with the Terrapins before opening 
the second half by going 3-for-15 from the floor with seven 
turnovers. 

Maryland led 43-38 before Gist made a follow-shot. After a 
stretch in which neither team scored for neariy two minutes, Vasquez 
sank a 3-pointer from the right corner to make it 48-38 with 13:51 
remaining. 

Vasquez then hit a jumper, Adrian Bowie followed with a layup 
and Gist scored on an alley-oop. Baskets by Vasquez and Jerome 
Burney completed the 1 5-point blitz. 



MtnHawks 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Carrinqlon 


16 


34 


0-0 


24 


4 


3 


1 2 


1 


3 


8 


White 


31 


3-10 


0-0 


0-0 


6 


2 


2 





2 


6 


Hall 


34 


2-16 


1-5 


0-0 


5 


1 


5 2 


1 


2 


5 


Keefer 


25 


3-8 


24 


4-5 


6 


1 


2 5 








12 


Szalach'wsk 


31 


5-8 


2-5 


0-0 


4 


2 


1 2 








12 


Small 


13 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 








1 3 











Shamis 


8 


04 


0-0 


2-2 


1 





2 1 








2 


Buchberqer 


9 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 




















Gouriay 


14 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


3 


1 











Safstrom 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 




















Anderson 


17 


2-5 


2-5 


0-0 


3 


4 


1 1 








6 


Team 










5 












Tolals 


200 


18-55 


7-19 


8-11 


36 


16 


13 19 


2 


7 


51 






Field Goal 




_3:EilintFG 










1st Half 


11-28 .393 




5-9 


.556 




4-5 


800 






2nd Half 


7-27 .259 




2-10 


.200 




4-6 


667 






Game 


18-55 .327 




7-19 


.368 




8-11 


727 






Terps 


min 


FG 


3.FG 


H 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Milbourne 


13 


1-3 


0-1 


0-0 


2 


2 


1 








2 


Dupree 


27 


5-9 


0-0 


4-7 


5 


2 


2 








14 


Gist 


32 


4-8 


0-2 


3-3 


8 


1 


2 1 


2 


3 


11 


Hayes 


36 


4-12 


3-8 


0-2 


4 





7 3 





2 


11 


Vasquez 


35 


8-10 


2-3 


4-6 


1 


3 


2 2 





2 


22 


Walker 


2 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 

















2 


McAlpin 


3 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1 


1 














Bovfle 


21 


2-7 


0-0 


0-0 


5 


1 


1 1 





1 


4 


Tucker 


12 


2-2 


0-0 


0-0 


1 


2 


2 1 








4 


Bumey 


13 


1-3 


0-0 


0-2 


1 








1 





2 


Gregory 


6 


0-0 


0-0 


0-1 


2 


2 


1 











Team 










4 












Totals 


200 


28-55 


6-14 


11-21 


34 


14 


14 12 


3 


8 


72 






Field Goal 




.JiEointFG 




Free Throw 






IslHalf 


14-29 .483 




2-7 


.286 




8-13 


615 






2nd Half 


14-26 .538 




3-7 


.429 




3-8 


375 






Game 


28-55 .509 




5-14 


.357 




11-21 


524 






Officials: Ray Natili. Zellon Steed, Reqq 


e Greenwood 












Technicals: None 


Attendance: 17,950 


Score By Periods 


1st 




2nd 


Final 












Lehigh 




31 




20 


51 




(2-3) 






MARYLAND 




38 




34 


72 




(4-2) 







200B-a9 MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 



ILLINOIS 



MARYLAND 



Nov. 28, 2007 • College Park, Md. 

Big Ten/ACC Challenge • Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) - Eric Hayes scored a career-high 
18 points, including four clutch free throws in the final 24 seconds, 
and Maryland held on to beat Illinois Wednesday night in the Big 
Ten-ACC Challenge. 

James Gist had 12 points and nine rebounds for the Terrapins 
(5-2) and Greivis Vasquez finished with 10 assists. 

Calvin Brock led Illinois (4-2) with 13 points. The Fighting lllini 
shot only 33 percent and went 9-for-29 from 3-point range. 

After Landon Milbourne made two free throws to give Maryland 
a 64-60 lead with 1 minute left, Brian Randle made one of two foul 
shots for the lllini. Hayes then sank two at the line, Vasquez made 
one and Hayes capped the scoring with two free throws with 8.9 
seconds to go. 

Seconds earlier, fans in the crowd began chanting "ACC! 
ACC!" 

Maryland trailed 42-39 before Gist scored in the lane and Hayes 
hit a 3-pointer to spark a 1 0-2 run that made it 49-44. Freshman Cliff 
Tucker capped the spree with a 3-pointer and a driving layup. 

After Randle scored for Illinois, Hayes made a driving layup and 
Tucker added a jumper to give the Tenrapins their biggest lead, 53-46 
with 8:24 left. 

Minutes later, successive dunks by Vasquez and freshman 
Jerome Bumey made it 5749. But 2-pointers by Shaun Pnjitt and 
Trent Meacham got Illinois to 62-58, and a basket by Pruitt cut it to 
62-60 with 1:15 to go. 

The first half, which featured nine ties and eight lead changes, 
ended appropriately at 32-all. 



mini 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


s 


TP 


Alexander 


19 


4-9 


2-6 


0-0 


5 





1 





1 


10 


Randle 


24 


2-8 


1-2 


2-4 


7 


4 


1 








7 


Pruitt 


29 


4-16 


0-0 


2-5 


8 


4 


1 1 


1 





10 


Frazier 


36 


04 


04 


0-0 


7 


2 


5 4 


1 


1 





Brock 


31 


6-14 


1-3 


0-0 


7 


2 


2 





1 


13 


Meacham 


24 


3-7 


3-7 


0-0 


1 





3 1 





2 


9 


Davis 


6 


2-5 


M 


M 


1 














4 


McCamey 


20 


3-8 


2-6 


0-0 


2 


3 


5 2 








8 


Cartwell 


2 


M 


M 


0-0 




















Tisdale 


9 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 


1 


1 














Team 










3 












Totals 


200 


24-72 


9-29 


4-9 


42 


16 


16 10 


2 


5 


61 






Field Goal 




_l£!linlFG 










IslHalf 


13-39 .333 




5-17 


.294 




1-2 


500 






2nd Half 


11-33 ,333 




4-12 


.333 




3-7 


429 






Game 


24-72 ,333 




9-29 


.310 




4-9 


444 






Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 




A TO 


B 


s 


TP 


Milbourne 


25 


2-5 


0-1 


34 


2 




2 


1 


1 


7 


Gist 


31 


5-11 


1-3 


1-1 


9 




2 4 


4 





12 


Dupree 


18 


5-7 


0-0 


0-0 


5 







1 





10 


Hayes 


37 


5-10 


4-7 


44 


3 




4 2 





4 


18 


Vasquez 


38 


2-14 


0-7 


1-2 


7 





10 2 





2 


5 


Bowie 


8 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1 


1 


1 1 











Tucker 


12 


4-6 


1-1 


0-0 


5 





1 








9 


Bumey 


10 


2-3 


0-0 


0-0 


2 








2 





4 


Osby 


21 


2-5 


0-0 


0-1 


4 


2 


3 


1 





4 


Team 










3 












Totals 


200 


27-61 


6-19 


9-12 


41 


10 


20 12 


9 


7 


69 






Field Goal 




_lE!ilntFG 










tslHalf 


14-32 .438 




3-10 


.300 




1-1 


1.00 






2nd Half 


13-29 .448 




3-9 


.333 




8-11 


727 






Game 


27-61 ,443 




6-19 


.316 




9-12 


750 






Officials: Karl Hess, Ted Valentine, Mike Wood 


Tectinicals: None 


Attendance; 17,950 


Score By Periods 


1s 




2nd 


Final 












Illinois 




3: 




29 


61 




(4-2) 






mmimo 




3! 




37 


69 




(5-2) 








T 




Dec. 2, 2007 • Washington, D.C. 
BB&T Classic • Verizon Center 

WASHINGTON (AP) - Virginia Commonwealth's Jamal Shuler 
scored 30 points as the Rams downed Maryland Sunday night in 
the BB&T Classic. 

Eric Maynor had 25 points and eight rebounds for the Rams 
(4-3). who took the lead for good midway through the second half. 

Shuler, a 6-fool-3 senior guard, went 10-for-19 from the floor, 
including 6 of 11 from 3-point range. His previous career best was 
25. 

Greivis Vasquez scored 19 and Bambale Osby had 17 points 
and 10 rebounds for Maryland (5-3). The Terrapins outrebounded 
the Rams 40-30 and outscored them 30-24 at the foul line, but shot 
only 37 percent and committed 19 turnovers. 

Maynor hit a 3-pointer to give VCU a 69-61 lead with 3:56 
remaining. Maryland got within five points on four occasions, but 
the Rams scored their final 14 points at the free throw line. 

The Terrapins led 39-38 before Maynor scored seven points 
around a basket by Vasquez to put the Rams up 4541. After an 
exchange of field goals, Eric Hayes hit a 3-pointer and Landon 
Milbourne made two foul shots to spark a 9-2 run that gave the 
Terrapins a 5249 lead. 

But VCU came back with seven straight points, including five by 
reserve Joey Rodriguez, and a 3-pointer by Shuler gave him a new 
career high and put the Rams ahead 60-54 with 8:13 to go. 

Shuler scored 1 9 points on 7-for-9 shooting, and VCU overcame 
a 17-9 rebounding deficit to reach halftime tied at 34. 



Rams 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


r 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Sanders 


12 


0-3 


0-0 


0-0 


3 


5 


1 


1 








Andei^on 


29 


1-5 


0-1 


2-2 





5 


1 1 


1 


2 


4 


Maynor 


38 


8-16 


14 


8-10 


8 


2 


5 2 


1 


1 


25 


Stiuler 


36 


10-19 


6-11 


44 


5 


3 


1 2 





4 


30 


Nixon 


20 


2-2 


1-1 


t^O 


1 





2 3 








5 


Pistictiainkv 


24 


2-2 


0-0 


M 


3 


5 


1 








4 


Rodriguez 


21 


2-6 


1-3 


5-7 


5 


2 


3 3 





2 


10 


Ndonqo 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-2 





1 


1 











Keai^e 


15 


1-2 


0-0 


5^ 


2 


1 


1 1 


1 


3 


7 


Gwynn 


3 


0^1 


0-0 


M 


1 

















Team 










2 












Totals 


200 


26-55 


9-20 


24-31 


30 


24 


14 14 


4 


12 


85 






Field Goal 




_lEflintFG 










IslHalf 


11-22 .500 




6-10 


,600 




6-7 


857 






2nd Hall 


15-33 ,455 




3-10 


,300 




18-24 


750 






Game 


26-55 ,473 




9-20 


450 




24-31 


774 






Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 




A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Milbourne 


33 


24 


0-0 


6-6 


5 




1 1 


1 


2 


10 


Gist 


32 


3-11 


0-3 


34 


8 




1 3 


1 


1 


9 


Dupree 


12 


1-2 


0-0 


1-2 


1 




1 


1 





3 


Hayes 


34 


1-9 


14 


44 


5 




7 3 





1 


7 


Vasquez 


33 


4-13 


2-6 


9-9 


3 




3 5 





1 


19 


Bowie 


6 


1-2 


0-1 


0-0 


2 










1 


2 


Tucker 


14 


34 


1-1 


0-0 


4 




2 4 








7 


Bumey 


9 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 







1 








2 


Osby 


27 


5-10 


M 


7-9 


10 




3 


2 


1 


17 


Team 










2 












Totals 


200 


21-57 


4-15 


30-34 


40 


23 


16 19 


5 


7 


76 






Field Goal 




_l£llijllFG 










IslHalf 


10-25 .400 




24 


,500 




12-12 


1.00 






2nd Half 


11-32 .344 




2-11 


,182 




18-22 


818 






Game 


21-57 .368 




4-15 


.267 




30-34 


882 






Officials: Mik 


Thiboc 
one 
2,085 


eaux, Tm Kiqqins 


, Teny Moore 












Technicals: N 




















Attendance: 




















Score By Periods 


1s 




2nd 


Final 












VCU 




34 




51 


85 




(4-3) 






MARYUWD 




34 




42 


76 




(5-3) 







yy/A 



m 



i^»] 



mi 



"^JS 



MORGAN STATE, 
MARYLAND 



Game #9 

65 



89 






Dec. 6, 2007 • College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK. Md. (AP) - Eric Hayes scored a career-high 1 9 
points, Greivis Vasquez had 17 points and 11 assists, and Maryland 
pulled away to a victory over in-state foe Morgan State on Thursday 
night, 

Hayes, a sophomore guard, went 7-for-11 from the floor and 
made five 3-pointers for the Terrapins (6-3). Hayes fueled a 10-1 
mn that made it 5745 with 12:48 remaining. 

James Gist scored 18 to top the 1,000-mark for his career and 
Bambale Osby had 16 for Maryland. 

Reggie Holmes led the Bears (44) with 20 points and Jamal 
Holmes added 16. Morgan State is 0-5 against the Tenapins in a 
series that had been dormant since 1994. 

The Bears lost by only four points on the road to both Connecticut 
and Miami, but were no match for Maryland. 

Early in the second half, Hayes made two 3-pointers and Vasquez 
connected from beyond the arc in an 114 spurt that gave Maryland 
a 47-35 lead. The Bears responded with 7 straight points, but Hayes 
made a layup and a trey before Vasquez hit a short jumper to put 
the Terrapins up by 10. 

After a Morgan State free throw, Vasquez made a 3-poinler 
Minutes later, a 9-2 spree put the Terps ahead by 15, 

Maryland led 36-29 at halftime. 

After the Terrapins scored the game's first 8 points. Smith made 
four baskets in a 13-5 surge that tied it at 13. Maryland had eight 
turnovers and shot 39 percent in the opening 10 minutes. 

The Terrapins then took a 25-20 lead before Holmes hit a 
3-pointer, Marquise Kately scored off an alley-oop pass from Smith 
and Gene Johnson made a layup to give Morgan State its only lead. 
27-25. 



Bears 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B S 


TP 


Kately 


40 


2-15 


0-0 


1-2 


6 


1 


3 3 


1 


5 


Hemsley 


22 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


5 


2 


2 2 


2 


Coly 


20 


3-6 


0^1 


3-3 


8 


5 


2 


3 


9 


Holmes 


40 


7-20 


2-9 


44 


6 


1 


2 1 


3 


20 


Smith 


38 


6-18 


0-0 


44 


7 


2 


4 3 


2 


16 


Johnson 


16 


14 


frO 


frO 


5 


4 


1 


1 1 


2 


Auila 


14 


2-5 


1-3 


2-2 


1 


3 


2 





7 


Stokes 


8 


2-2 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


2 


1 





4 


Moore 


2 


0-1 


0-0 


frO 








1 


1 





Team 










3 










Totals 


200 


24-73 


3-12 


14-15 


40 


23 


9 16 


3 13 


65 






Field Goal 




_J=EointFG 








1st Half 


12-34 .353 




2-5 


.400 




3-3 


1.00 




2nd Half 


12-39 .308 




1-7 


.143 




11-12 


917 




Game 


24-73 .329 




3-12 


.250 




14-15 


933 





Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


= A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Milbourne 


21 


5-12 


0-1 


1-3 


4 


3 


1 


2 


2 


11 


GisI 


27 


7-12 


0-0 


4-5 


8 


J 3 





2 


2 


18 


Dupree 


14 


0-2 


04) 


3-6 


6 





1 








3 


Hayes 


35 


7-11 


5-7 


0-0 


3 


7 


2 





1 


19 


Vasquez 


39 


5-11 


3-6 


44 


6 


! 11 


7 


1 


2 


17 


Bowie 


8 


04 


00 


00 





1 


1 











Tucker 


16 


1-3 


1-1 


(M 


4 





2 


1 





3 


Bumey 


4 


0-1 


IW 


(H) 


1 


1 














Greqoiy 


10 


1-3 


W) 


W) 


4 


\ 











2 


Osby 


26 


6* 


M 


4-6 


9 


1 


4 


4 


2 


16 



Team 




1 




Totals 


20O 32-63 9-15 


16-24 46 16 


23 18 10 9 89 




Field Goal 


3.PointFG 




IslHalf 


12-29 .414 


4-9 .444 


8-11 .727 


2nd Half 


20-34 .588 


5^ .833 


8-13 .615 


Game 


32-63 .508 


9-15 .600 


16-24 .667 


Officials: Rav Peronc, Bnan Dorsey, Eart Walton 


Technicals: 


laryland Bench 






Attendance: 


17,950 






Score By Periods 1st 


2nd Final 




Morgan Slate 


29 


36 65 


(44) 


MARYLAND 


36 


53 89 


(6J) 




2Q02 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACC CHAMPIONS 



BOSTON COLLEGE 



Game #10 

81 



78 



MARYLAND 

Dec. 9, 2007 • College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 



COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Tyrese Rice scored 19 points to iead 
ttie Eagles (7-1, 1-0 Atiantic Coast Conference) to a victory over 
Maryland. His final two points came on a pair of free throws with 
four seconds to play that clinched the win for the Eagles, 

John Gates also hit a free throw with one second left for the final 
margin. 

Maryland (6-4, 0-1) trailed 71-62 with just 1:28 to play but hit 
five straight 3-pointers to close within 78-77. 

Freshman Corey Raji came off the bench and added 17 points, 
12 coming during a key stretch midway through the second half that 
saw the Eagles rally from six points down into a 55-49 lead with 6:53 
to play. 

Maryland was led by James Gist, who had 18 points and 11 
rebounds for the second double-double of the season and 1 0th of 
his career. 

Greivis Vasquez had 11 points, five rebounds and six assists, 
but three fouls just seconds apart and his subsequent fouling out 
with 10:30 left resulted in a seven-point swing during a decisive 22-7 
run by the Eagles. 

The foul and technical led to four free throws tying it at 43. Boston 
College eventually pushed its lead to 59-50 with about six minutes 
logo. 

After making just one 3-pointer the entire game, Maryland made 
five in the final 78 seconds, rallying from 10 behind to cut the deficit 
to one with seconds remaining. 




Eaqles 


min 


FG 


5-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Roche 


18 


2-6 


2-6 


0-0 


1 


1 


2 








6 


Spears 


34 


2-7 


0-0 


9-11 


5 


2 


1 3 


2 





13 


Blair 


31 


4-9 


0-0 


24 


6 


3 


1 2 


11 


1 


10 


Rice 


40- 


4-12 


0-2 


11-12 


3 





7 2 








19 


Sanders 


16 


2-3 


0-1 


0-0 


6 


1 


1 








4 


Paris 


29 


2-9 


1-1 


24 


3 


2 


4 2 








7 


Rail 


18 


6-7 


3-3 


24 


3 


1 


1 


1 





17 


Gales 


14 


0-1 


0-0 


M 


6 


3 





1 


1 


5 


Team 










6 




1 








Totals 


200 


22-54 


6-13 


3141 


39 


13 


15 12 


15 


2 


81 






Field Goal 




3.Pninl FG 




Free Throw 






1 si Half 


10-31 ,323 




1-7 


.143 




4-6 


667 






2nd Half 


12-23 .522 




5-6 


.833 




27-35 


771 






Game 


22-54 .407 




6-13 


.462 




3141 


756 






Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Milboume 


35 


4-14 


0-1 


34 


6 


5 











11 


Gisi 


38 


7-11 


1-2 


3-6 


11 


1 


1 4 


5 


2 


18 


Dupree 


12 


1-4 


0-0 


1-2 


2 


1 


1 








3 


Hayes 


39 


5-11 


2-7 


1-2 


7 


2 


7 





2 


13 


Vasquez 


29 


4-10 


1-6 


2-2 


5 


5 


6 1 





2 


11 


Bowie 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





3 








1 





Tucker 


16 


3-7 


2-3 


0-0 


5 


2 


2 


1 


1 


8 


Greqoiv 


5 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 





1 





2 





2 


Osby 


24 


6-14 


0-0 


0-0 


8 


5 


1 4 


1 





12 


Team 1 


Tolals 


200 


31-73 


6-19 


10-16 


45 


25 


17 10 


9 


8 


78 






Field Goal 




__i£mntFG 




Free Throw 






1 si Half 


10-28 ,357 




0-6 


.000 




2-2 


1.00 






2nd Half 


2U5 .467 




6-13 


.462 




8-14 


.571 






Game 


31-73 .425 




6-19 


.316 




10-16 


.625 






Officials: Jamie Luckie. Les Jones, f^ike Eades 


Tectinicals: f^aryland-Vasquez 


Attendance: 17.950 


Score By Periods 


Is 




2nd 


Final 












Boston Colleqe 




2J 




56 


81 




(7-1, 1-0) 






MARYLAND 




22 




56 


78 




(64,0- 


) 







Dec. 12, 2007- College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Greivis Vasquez led Maryland with 13 
points and eight rebounds, while Landon Milbourne chipped in with 
11 points in just 13 minutes but Ohio University handed Maryland 
its fourth non-conference home loss in the last 19 seasons on 
Wednesday night. 

Maryland was 131-3 at home against competition outside the 
Atlantic Coast Conference since coach Gary Williams took over 
the program in 1989, including 50-2 since moving into the Comcast 
Center in 2002. The losses were to Coppin State in 1989, Florida in 
2002 and Manhattan In the 2006 NIT. 

Last night, the Terrapins cut a 1 7-point deficit to 58-55 with 50.9 
seconds left, but could not complete the comeback. 

Leon Williams went 7-for-8 from the floor, and Jerome Tillman 
scored 20 for the Bobcats (6-2), who never trailed. Ohio led by 11 
at halftime, expanded the margin to 1 5 with 1 6 minutes left and held 
on at the finish. 

Vasquez led the Terrapins (6-5) with 13 points, though he 
missed 11 of his 16 shots from the floor James Gist scored eight 
of Maryland's first 14 points. 

The Bobcats led 38-29 before a tip-in by Leon Williams launched 
a 10-2 run that made it 48-31 with 11:18 remaining. It was 5846 
before a 3-pointer by Vasquez, a dunk by Adrian Bowie and a jumper 
by Vasquez got the Terrapins within five with 3 minutes left. 

Williams and Tillman had 9 points apiece, and Ohio frustrated 
the Terrapins with a tightly packed zone in taking a 34-23 halftime 
lead. 



Bobcats 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 




A 


TO 


B 


s 


TP 


Williams 


31 


6-7 


M 


3-3 


15 




1 


4 







15 


Orr 


33 


4-8 


1-1 


0-0 






1 


1 







9 


Tillman 


33 


8-14 


1-3 


34 









3 


1 




20 


Allen 


28 


3-7 


0-1 


2-2 






4 


5 


1 




8 


Waltfier 


30 


1-7 


14 


00 






2 


2 







3 


Wlliltinqton 


13 


04 


0-2 


M 









2 










Van Kempen 


16 


24 


M 


0-0 






2 


1 


2 





4 


Hester 


14 


1-1 


M 


0-0 


















2 


Freeman 


2 


0-0 


0^1 


0-0 











1 











Team 1 


Totals 


200 


25-52 


3-11 


8-9 


37 


11 


10 


19 


4 


8 


61 






HeldGoaL 




_l£DintEG 












IslHalf 


14-24 .583 




3-8 


375 






3-3 


1.00 






2nd Half 


11-28 .393 




0-3 


.000 






5-6 


833 






Game 


25-52 .481 




3-11 


.273 






8-9 


889 






Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


lilillMume 


13 


4-7 


2-3 


1-2 


4 








2 








11 


Gist 


25 


4-6 


0-1 


0-0 


6 


5 


1 


3 





3 


8 


Dupree 


7 


1-1 


0-0 


0-1 











1 








2 


Hayes 


38 


3-12 


2-8 


1-2 


2 





5 


1 





1 


9 


Vasquez 


39 


5-16 


3-10 


W) 


3 


3 


8 


3 





1 


13 


Bonne 


4 


1-1 


M 


(M) 




















2 


Tucker 


26 


2-6 


0-1 


0-1 


3 





3 








1 


4 


Bumey 


3 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1 




















Greqorv 


15 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


3 


2 














2 


Osbv 


30 


2-6 


0-0 


0-0 


3 


1 


2 


5 


3 


2 


4 


Team 










2 














Tolals 


200 


23-57 


7-23 


2-6 


27 


11 


19 


15 


3 


8 


55 






field GoaL 




_l£!lijltFG 












1st Half 


11-24 .458 




1-8 


.125 






0-0 


000 






2nd Half 


12-33 .364 




6-15 


400 






2-6 


333 






Game 


23-57 .404 




7-23 


.304 






2-6 


333 






Officials: Gary 


Maxwell, Roqer Ayere. Tim Nestor 














Technicals: 


io Univ-Tillman 




















Attendance: 17,950 


Score By Periods 


1s 




2nd 


Final 














Ohio Univ. 




34 




27 


61 






(6-2) 






l*iRYLAND 




23 




32 


55 






(6-5) 







AMERICAN 



Game #12 
67 



MARYLAND 



59 



Dec. 22, 2007 • College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Greivis Vasquez scored a career-high 
28 points for Maryland while going 6-for-9 from 3-point range, but 
American University limited Maryland to five first-half baskets, got 
18 points from Derrick Mercer and posted a victory Saturday at 
Comcast Center 

Coming off a nine-day layoff, the Terrapins shot just 36 percent, 
committed 13 turnovers and were outrebounded 40-33. 

Bryce Simon 17 for the Eagles (7-5). American led by 12 with 
11 minutes left and never let the margin shrink below 5 points. 

Maryland senior James Gist, who was averaging 14 points a 
game, fouled out with 5:1 6 left after scoring only three. 

Maryland shot 5-for-24 from the floor in the first half, went more 
than 10 minutes without a basket and trailed 25-20 at halftime. 

After a free throw by Bambale Osby got the Terrapins to 25-21 , 
Garrison Carr drilled a 3-pointer and Simon hit a jumper to stretch 
American's lead to nine points. 

Both teams shot poorly at the outset. A pair of 3-pointers by Enc 
Hayes staked the Terrapins to an early 8-2 lead, but Maryland made 
only three of its first 16 shots and was outrebounded 16-8 over the 
opening 10 minutes. 



Eagles 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Mercer 


40 


8-14 


2-2 


M 


2 





3 3 





2 


18 


Can- 


35 


2-9 


2-7 


2-2 


3 




1 2 





1 


8 


Guibunda 


14 


14 


0-0 


0-0 


8 




1 








2 


Simon 


35 


5-11 


3-7 


4-6 


4 




4 4 





1 


17 


Lay 


17 


0-5 


M 


2-2 


1 




1 1 








2 


Motnii 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 







1 


1 








Gilmore 


24 


2-7 


1-3 


7-8 


8 




2 








12 


Hendra 


7 


0-1 


M 


M 














1 





Luptak 


3 


M 


0-0 


0-0 




















Nichols 


23 


4-6 


0-0 


0^1 


9 


3 





2 


1 


8 


Team 










5 












Totals 


200 


22-57 


8-19 


15-18 


40 


13 


11 12 


3 


6 


67 






Field Goal 




_iaiintFG 




Free Throw 






1st Half 


9-30 ,300 




3-11 


,273 




44 


1.00 






2nd Half 


13-27 481 




5^ 


.625 




11-14 


786 






Game 


22-57 .386 




8-19 


421 




15-18 


833 






Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


s 


TP 


l^ilboume 


30 


1-7 


0-1 


2-2 


5 


5 


3 2 








4 


Gist 


22 


14 


0-1 


14 


4 


5 


1 


4 


1 


3 


Dupree 


15 


14 


o-o 


2-2 


5 





1 


1 





4 


Hayes' 


37 


6-11 


4-8 


0-0 


1 





5 1 








16 


Vasquez 


37 


9-15 


6-9 


4-5 


5 


1 


4 4 





1 


28 


Bowie 


8 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 


1 

















Tucker 


16 


0-2 


0-2 


1-2 


2 








2 


2 


1 


Bumey 


1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





1 














Gregory 


6 


0-1 


M 


0-0 





1 


1 











Neal 


13 


1-6 


0-2 


0-0 


4 














2 


Osby 


15 


0-2 


M 


1-2 


1 


3 


4 


3 


1 


1 


Team 










5 












Totals 


200 


19-53 10-24 


11-17 


33 


16 


13 13 


10 


5 


59 






Field Goal 




__l£ointFG 




Free Throw 






1st Half 


5-24 .208 




3-10 


.300 




7-8 


875 






2nd Half 


14-29 .483 




7-14 


.500 




4-9 


444 






Game 


19-53 .358 




0-24 


.417 




11-17 


647 






Officials: Mike Eades, Tim Kelly, 


Jrent Hampton 














Technicals: None 


Attendance: 17.950 


Score By Periods 


Is 




2nd 


Final 












American 




25 




42 


67 




(7-5) 






MARYLAI^D 




20 




39 


59 




(6-6) 







200e-09 MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 



DELAW ARE 
MARYLAND 



Game #13 

46 



76 



Dec. 28, 2007 • College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 




SAVANNAH STATE 



Game #14 
48 



MARYLAND 



Jan. 2, 2008 • College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 



v 



MARYLAND 



75 CHARLOTTE 



Game #15 
76 




Jan. 5, 2008 ■ Charlotte, N.C. 
Bobcats Arena 



COLLEGE PARK, Md. - James Gist bounced back to score 18 
points and grab 10 rebounds, and Maryland snapped a three-game 
losing streal< with a rout of Delaware on Friday night. 

Greivis Vasquez scored 18 points and Bambale Osby added 
14 for the Terrapins (7-6), who were coming off losses at home to 
Boston College, Ohio and American. 

Gist, a 6-fool-9 senior fonward, led Marylnad against Delaware 
with 8-for-13 shooting from the floor He had 12 points in the first 
half, including 10 in a 23-2 mn that put Maryland up 33-12. 

It was 40-23 at halftime, and the Terrapins coasted to the finish 
to improve to 1 324 in regular season non-conference home games 
under coach Gary Williams. Half those losses came in Maryland's 
previous two games. 

Marc Egerson scored 17 points for Delaware (4-7). The Blue 
Hens were seeking their first three-game winning streak since 
January 2005; instead, they lost their eighth straight against AGO 
teams since the start of the 1 995-96 season. 

Egerson scored 9 of Delaware's first 1 points, including a dunk 
that tied the game at 10. Gist followed with two foul shots and a 
12-foot jumper sparking a 13-0 mn that included four points from 
Osby and a 3-pointer by Vasquez. 

After a basket by Brian Johnson ended the Blue Hens' scoring 
drought of nearly seven minutes. Gist made a follow-shot, a layup 
and a dunk during a 1 0-0 spurt that put the Terrapins up by 21 . 



Blue Hens 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


s 


TP 


Courtney 


32 


1-12 


0-1 


3-) 


5 


3 


3 2 





2 


5 


Ledsome 


34 


1-3 


0-0 


1-2 


8 


1 


2 


7 


2 


3 


Eqerson 


36 


5-16 


3-6 


4-( 


4 


2 


1 3 


1 





17 


Dawson 


29 


2-11 


0-5 


0-0 


5 


2 


4 





2 


4 


Johnson 


35 


3-6 


1-1 


0-0 


1 


2 


2 3 





1 


7 


Geli 


1 


0-0 


M 


0-0 


1 

















Cooper 


1 


M 


M 


0-0 




















Boney 


12 


3-5 


1-2 


0-2 





2 


2 





1 


7 


Sarliaqo 


11 


1-3 


1-2 


0-0 





1 











3 


McMahon 


1 


0-1 


M 


0-0 




















Goodman 


1 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 





1 














Olawoye 


7 


M 


0-0 


0^1 





1 














Team 1 


Tolals 


200 


16-58 


6-17 


8-12 


25 


15 


8 14 


8 


8 


46 






Field Goal 




_3=EllintFG 










IslHalf 


9-33 .273 




1-7 


.143 




4-6 


667 






2nd Half 


7-25 .280 




5-10 


.500 




4-6 


667 






Game 


16-58 .276 




6-17 


,353 




8-12 


667 






Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


s 


TP 


Tucker 


20 


1-5 


0-2 


0-0 


1 


1 





2 





2 


Gist 


31 


8-13 


0-1 


2-2 


10 


1 


2 2 


5 


1 


18 


Osby 


25 


6-14 


W) 


2-2 


7 


3 


3 3 


1 


1 


14 


Hayes 


34 


2-6 


0-3 


0^1 


7 


2 


3 2 





1 


4 


Vasquez 


33 


7-11 


3-6 


1-1 


6 





8 4 





3 


18 


Milboume 


13 


4-7 


0-0 


2-2 


2 


3 


1 1 


1 





10 


Walker 


10 


0-1 


0-0 


M 


3 


1 


2 











Dupree 


10 


1-3 


M 


2-2 


3 


3 


2 








4 


^^cAlpm 


3 


1-2 


0-1 


0^ 


2 














2 


Bowie 


14 


0-1 


M 


2-5 


5 





1 








2 


Pearman 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





1 














Bumey 


2 


1-2 


0^ 


0-0 


2 














2 


Grefloiv 


3 


M 


0-0 


0-0 


1 

















Team 










8 












Tolals 


200 


31-65 


3-13 


11-14 


57 


15 


18 16 


9 


6 


76 






Field Goal 




_iaiinlBS_ 










IslHall 


15-35 ,429 




2-7 


,286 




8-11 


727 






2nd Hall 


16-30 ,533 




1-6 


,167 




3-3 


1.00 






Game 


3U5 ,477 




3-13 


,231 




11-14 


786 






Officials: Jamie Luckie. Biyan Kersey. Ray NaUli 


Technicals: None. 


Attendance: 


17,950 




















Score By Periods 


Is 




2nil 


Final 












Delaware 




2, 




23 


46 




(4-7) 






MARYLAND 




4( 




36 


76 




(7-6) 







COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Balanced scoring and strong defense 
helped carry the Maryland Ten-apins to their second straight victory, 
a triumph over Savannah State Wednesday night at Comcast 
Center 

Maryland's four primary scorers average in double figures and 
all reached that standard during the the lopsided victory. The team's 
two leading scorers, guard Greivis Vasquez and fora/ard James Gist, 
matched each other with 13 points and six rebounds apiece. 

Vasquez also handed out six assists, which matched the total of 
backcourt mate Eric Hayes. Hayes scored 12 points for Maryland 
(8-6), while senior Bambale Osby also had 13 points. Much of that 
production was set up by Maryland's defense. 

The Tenapins forced Savannah State (7-12) into 24 turnovers 
and were credited with 1 2 steals. Savannah State's point total was 
the lowest by a Maryland opponent since an 87-38 victory over 
Maryland-Eastem Shore in January 2004. 

Any suspense was eliminated early. After Savannah State's 
Lazarius Coleman popped in a 3-pointer to open the scoring, 
Maryland ran off the next 1 5 points of the game. The Tigers cut the 
margin to 1 7-7, but then Maryland ran off the game's next 1 1 points. 
Greivis Vasquez capped the mn with a three-point play on a drive 
to the basket. 



Tigers 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 




A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Coleman 


22 


3-8 


1-2 


M 


6 




1 3 


2 


2 


7 


Linton 


23 


04 


0-0 


0-2 


2 




1 


1 








Fleqier 


14 


44 


1-1 


44 


2 




1 4 








13 


Hardy 


22 


1-3 


1-2 


2-2 


3 




1 





2 


5 


Jones 


25 


2-9 


1-2 


3-5 


3 




3 


1 


1 


B 


Edwards 


5 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1 




2 











Davila 


16 


2-6 


1-2 


2-2 


3 




4 








7 


Milchell 


14 


1-3 


0-0 


0-0 










1 





2 


Bailey 


24 


2-5 


0-1 


2-2 


5 




3 4 





1 


6 


Shuler 


14 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 


1 




2 











Kalomtx) 


8 


0-2 


0-0 


W) 


1 




1 


1 


1 





Bohley 


13 


0-1 


0^ 


W) 



















Team 










2 












Totals 


200 


1546 


5-11 


13-17 


29 


24 


6 24 


6 


7 


48 






Field Goal 




_l&!inIFG 




Free Throw 






1st Half 


8-23 ,348 




3-8 


375 




0-2 


000 






2nd Half 


7-23 304 




2-3 


667 




13-15 


867 






Game 


15-16 ,326 




5-11 


,455 




13-17 


765 






Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


s 


TP 


Milboume 


21 


2-6 


1-3 


(H) 


2 


3 


2 


1 


1 


5 


Gist 


25 


3-9 


0-1 


7-8 


6 


1 





2 





13 


Osby 


23 


4-7 


0-0 


M 


5 


2 





3 





13 


Hayes 


24 


6-9 


0-2 


^0 


1 





6 


1 


2 


12 


Vasquez 


29 


4-10 


1-2 


4-5 


6 


1 


6 4 





2 


13 


Walker 


8 


M 


0-0 


0-1 





1 














Dupree 


10 


1-3 


0-0 


0-0 


3 


2 


1 


2 





2 


McAlpin 


6 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 


1 


2 














Bowie 


14 


34 


0-0 


0-0 


4 


2 


1 2 





3 


6 


Peannan 


3 


0-0 


M 


0-0 




















Tucker 


23 


24 


0-0 


M 


1 


2 


2 2 





4 


7 


Bumey 


2 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 




















Gregory 


6 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


1 


1 











6 


Neat 


6 


1-2 


M 


0-0 


1 





1 








2 


Team 










5 












Tolals 


200 


27-59 


2-9 


19-24 


36 


17 


15 12 


9 


12 


75 






Field Goal 




_lEoijltFG 










IstHalf 


16-31 ,516 




14 


,250 




7-9 


778 






2nd Half 


11-28 ,393 




1-5 


,200 




12-15 


800 






Game 


27-59 ,458 




2-9 


,222 




19-24 


792 






Officials: Ml 


eWood 
savanna 


Bnan Dorsey. Jeny Heater 












Technicals: 


1 Stale Ben 


h 
















Attendance: 


17.950 




















Score By Periods 


1s 




2nd 


Final 












Savannah Stale 


IS 




29 


48 




(7-12) 






MARYLAND 




4C 




35 


75 




(8-6) 







CHARLOnE, N,C, - James Gist scored 25 points and hit the 
clinching free throw with 5.6 seconds left as Maryland held off a 
second-half rally by Chariotte for a win on Saturday. 

Greivis Vasquez added 17 of his 24 points in the first half for 
the Terrapins (9-6), who won their third straight game since home 
losses to Ohio and American. 

Chariotte (8-5) twice got the deficit to two in the closing moments, 
and Leemire Goldwire missed a tying 3-point attempt. Gist then hit 1 
of 2 free throws to put it away The 49ers closed a 21-point deficit. 

Lament Mack scored 18 points and Goldwire added 13 on 3-of- 
17 shooting for the 49ers, who had their two-game winning streak 
snapped. 

In its first true road game of the season, Maryland stormed to a 
53-32 lead on Gist's 3-pointer with 15:31 left. Chariotte outscored 
Maryland 29-11 over the next 10 minutes. 

DiJuan Hanis' driving layup made it 64-61. Vasquez's 3 and Gists 
layup got the lead to 71-63, but Chariotte rallied again, getting the 
gap down to three on Mack's layup v»ith 2:45 left. 

Chariotte got the deficit down to two on Mack's two free throws 
with 19.2 seconds left. Vasquez then hit one free throw before 
Goldwire, who shot 2-of-12 from 3, missed another long range 
shot. 

Williams again tinkered with his rotation Saturday and the Terps 
carried their solid play from the last two games eariy on to Charlotte 
Bobcats Arena, site of the ACC Tournament in March. 

Vasquez's three-point play, baseline jumper, 3-pointer and two 
free throws in a personal 10-0 mn put Maryland ahead 32-19. 



Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 




A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Milboume 


22 


0-3 


0-1 


2-3 


3 




1 2 








2 


Gist 


29 


9-14 


2-3 


57 


10 




3 


2 


1 


25 


Osby 


19 


4-6 


M 


2-3 


5 




5 


1 





10 


Hayes 


36 


2-5 


1-2 


2-2 







6 3 





4 


7 


Vasquez 


40 


7-14 


3-7 


7-10 


3 




5 2 





1 


24 


Walker 


13 


0-1 


M 


M 


2 







1 








Dupree 


9 


0-2 


0-0 


M 


1 
















Bowie 


4 


0-1 


M 


0-2 



















Tucker 


20 


1-3 


0-2 


IM 


3 




3 








2 


Neal 


8 


2-3 


0-1 


2-2 


2 





2 





2 


6 


Team 










4 




1 








Tolals 


200 


25-52 


6-16 


20-29 


33 


23 


15 18 


4 


8 


76 






Field Goal 




^IPoinlEG 




Fipfi Throw 






IslHalf 


13-28 ,464 




M 


.500 




11-13 


846 






2nd Half 


12-24 ,500 




3-10 


.300 




9-16 


563 






Game 


25-52 ,481 




516 


.375 




20-29 


690 






49eis 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 




A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Coley 


35 


M 


0-0 


2-2 


9 




1 2 


2 


2 


8 


Wilderness 


32 


1-3 


0-1 


6-9 


4 




1 3 





1 


8 


Mack 


20 


513 


2-5 


6..8 


6 




1 2 








18 


Gemty 


13 


0-1 


0-0 


O-O 







4 2 











Goldwire 


31 


3-17 


2-12 


55 


6 




1 4 





4 


13 


Harris 


21 


34 


1-1 


0-0 


1 


5 


2 2 








7 


Nqoundio 


11 


3-7 


M 


0-1 


4 


1 





1 





6 


Andersen 


14 


24 


1-3 


M 














1 


5 


Dewhuist 


16 


24 


0^ 


34 


6 


2 


2 


1 





7 


Jones 


7 


0-1 


Ofl 


M 


1 








1 








Team 










6 












Totals 


200 


22-62 


6-22 


22-29 


43 


25 


12 15 


5 


8 


72 






Field Goal 




_iaiintFG 










IstHalf 


9-26 ,346 




1-5 


.200 




6-10 


600 






2nd Half 


1M6 ,361 




517 


594 




1519 


842 






Game 


22-62 ,355 




522 


,273 




22-29 


759 






Officials: Reqc 


le Greenwood, Roger Ayers, Jerry Heater 










Technicals: None 


Attendance: 9341 


Score By Periods 


Is 




2nd 


Rnal 












MARYLAND 




40 




36 


76 




(9* 








Charlotte 




25 




47 


72 




(8-5 


_ 







T 



2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2G0 4 ACC CHAMPIONS 



mm 

^^V HO LY CROSS 

'^^^^ MARYLAND 



Game #16 

48 



73 



Jan. 8, 2008 • College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK - James Gist scored 22 points as Maryland 
routed a depleted Holy Cross squad Tuesday night. 

Ttie Terps (10-6) were playing without starting guard Eric Hayes, 
but the Crusaders (9-4) were without several players including 
starters Pat Doherty and Alex Vender Baan. 

By the time the first 12 minutes were over, however, it didn't 
much matter for either side after Maryland ran off a 20-0 run to put 
the Caisaders away early. 

It was Maryland's fourth win in a row after three losses and their 
final non-conference game of the season. 

Hayes did not start due to an ankle injury. Freshman Cliff Tucker 
started in his place and had 10 points and 4 assists, both career 
highs. 

Gist also led Maryland with nine rebounds. Greivis Vasquez had 
17 points, six assists and six rebounds and Landon Milbourne had 
a career-high 12 points for Maryland. 

For Holy Cross, Tim Clifford scored 1 5 points and had 8 rebounds 
to lead Holy Cross. Adam May had 14 points. 

Holy Cross scored the game's first five points, but then went 
more than 10 minutes without scoring a point as Maryland built a 
20-5 lead. 

The Crusaders, who missed 14 straight shots and committed 
eight turnovers over that stretch, finally broke the scoreless stretch 
with 8:1 6 to play on a pair of free throws by May 

After Vasquez answered with a 3-pointer, May scored the 
Cnjsaders' first field goal in more than 11 minutes with 7:02 left in 
the half. 



Crusaders min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 




A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Cunqham 25 


1-5 


0-1 


0-0 


5 




1 


4 





2 


2 


McCarthy 28 


2-4 


0-0 


0-0 


2 




2 


1 





1 


4 


CHorri 34 


6-20 


0-2 


3-5 


8 




3 


4 


2 


2 


15 


Cruze 14 


0-1 


0-0 


34 


1 







3 








3 


Beinert 40 


1-7 


M 


1-2 


4 




2 


2 





2 


4 


Dixon 11 


1-2 


1-1 


0-2 










2 








3 


May 28 


4-15 


04 


6-8 


6 




1 


5 


1 


2 


14 


Patehck 2 


W 


O-O 


0-0 























Keisler 13 


1-5 


0-1 


1-2 


8 


3 





2 


1 





3 


Jones 5 


0-0 


M 


0-0 


1 




















Team 








6 






1 








Totals 200 


16-59 


2-13 


14-23 


41 


22 


9 


24 


4 


9 


48 




fleliGoaL 




JiEointFG 












1st Half 4-26 .154 




1-7 


,143 




10-14 


714 






2nd Half 12-33 .364 




1-6 


,167 






4-9 


444 






Game 16-59 .271 




2-13 


,154 




14-23 


609 






Terps min 


FG 


3-FG 


F 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


s 


TP 


Milbourne 27 


14 


0-1 


10-11 


3 


4 


1 


1 


4 


2 


12 


Gist 32 


7-12 


1-3 


7-8 


9 


1. 


2 


4 


5 


2 


22 


Osby 15 


2-6 


M 


0-5 


4 


4 





3 


1 





4 


Tucker 30 


5-9 


0-3 


0-2 


4 





4 





1 


4 


10 


Vasquez 37 


6-10 


5-6 


M 


6 





6 


4 





2 


17 


Walker 3 


0-0 


00 


0-0 





1 





2 











Dupree 18 


0-1 


0-0 


0-2 


5 


2 


1 


1 


1 








McAlpin 9 


1-3 


0-2 


00 


2 


1 


1 











2 


Bowie 15 


2-3 


0-1 


M 


1 


3 


2 


3 








4 


Gregory 8 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 





1 














2 


Meal 6 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 





1 


2 








1 





Team 








2 






1 








Totals 200 


25-50 


6-17 


17-28 


36 


18 


19 


19 


12 


11 


73 




Field Goal 




__l£flijltFG 






=ree Tiirow 






1st Half 13-25 .520 




5-9 


.556 




6-12 


500 






2ndHa» 12-25 .480 




1-8 


.125 




11-16 


688 






Game 25-50 .500 




6-17 


.353 




17-28 


607 






Officials: Sean Hull, Ed Corbett, Ron Groover 


Teclinicals: None, 


Attendance: 17.950 


Score By Periods 


Is 




2pd 


Final 














Holy Cross 


IE 




29 


48 






(94) 






MARYLAND 


3- 




36 


73 






(10-6) 







MARYLAND 



Game #17 

66 



VIRGINIA TECH 



67 



Jan. 12, 2008-Blacksburg,Va. 
Cassell Coliseum 

Bt;\CKSBURG, Va. (AP) - Jeff Allen hit a free throw with 12.4 
seconds to play Saturday and Virginia Tech rallied to beat Maryland 
in its ACC home opener. 

The Hokies (10-6, 1-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) trailed almost 
throughout. They rallied five times in the second half to get even, 
but not until Allen made the first of two free throws did they move 
ahead, and Maryland got only one more shot. 

Greivis Vasquez got off a 3-pointer from the top of the key, but 
the ball hit the back of the rim and the clock ran down before anyone 
regained possession for Maryland (10-7, 0-2). 

Allen led the Hokies with 1 7 points and nine rebounds and A.D. 
Vassallo scored 16. Malcolm Delaney added 13 for the Hokies, 
including a 3-pointer with 51 ,4 seconds left, 

James Gist led Maryland with 16 points and Bambale Osby had 
14 points and 12 rebounds before fouling out in the final minute. 
Adrian Bowie added 12 and Vasquez had 10. 

Vasquez gave Maryland a 61-59 lead with 3:14 to play with his 
first basket. After Vassallo's dunk tied it again. Gist had a tip-in and 
Vasquez followed with a spinning bank to give the Tenapins a 65-61 
advantage. A free throw by Osby made it 66-61. 

Hank Thorns started the Tech comeback with a baseline jumper 
and Delaney's 3-pointer from the key tied it with 51.4 seconds 
left. 

Deron Washington then knocked the ball away from Gist and 
Allen was fouled under the basket. He made the first to give Tech the 
lead, but missed the second. The Terps were awarded possession 
after a scrum for the loose ball, setting up the last shot. 



Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Milbourne 


23 


2-6 


1-2 


1-1 


4 


3 


1 


1 








6 


Gist 


34 


6-15 


1-2 


34 


7 


4 





3 


3 





16 


Osby 


34 


4-6 


0-0 


6-10 


12 


5 


1 


4 


2 


2 


14 


Tucker 


32 


1-3 


0-1 


0-0 


1 


2 


6 


1 





3 


2 


Vasquez 


38 


2-14 


0-7 


60 


7 


3 


3 


6 


1 


2 


10 


Walker 


2 


1-1 


M 


2-2 


1 

















4 


Dupree 


6 


0-2 


0-0 


2-2 


1 


1 














2 


McAlpin 


1 


0-0 


^0 


0-0 








1 














Bowie 


28 


M 


M 


0-1 


3 


2 


3 


2 





1 


12 


Neal 


2 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 























Team 1 


Totals 


200 


22-55 


2-12 


20-26 


37 


20 


15 


17 


6 


8 


66 






Field Goal 




3-Po nl FG 












1st Half 


10-25 ,400 




2-7 


286 




11-15 


733 






2nd Half 


12-30 ,400 




0-5 


.000 




9-11 


818 






Game 


22-55 ,400 




2-12 


.167 




20-26 


.769 






Hokies 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Allen 


36 


7-14 


M 


3-6 


9 


3 


1 


4 


3 


5 


17 


Washinqton 


40- 


1-8 


1-2 


6-7 


7 


2 


1 


2 


2 


2 


9 


Diakite 


18 


14 


00 


1-2 


5 


3 


1 


1 


1 





3 


Vassallo 


26 


5-11 


34 


34 


8 


3 





1 








16 


Delaney 


29 


2-5 


2-3 


7-8 


2 


2 


2 


2 








13 


Bell 


2 


W) 


0-0 


OO 











2 











Hudson 


10 


1-5 


0-3 


00 


2 








1 








2 


Tlioms 


29 


3-9 


1-5 


0-1 


5 


3 


4 


2 





3 


7 


Vinson 


4 


0-1 


M 


00 


1 


1 

















Witcher 


4 


0-0 


M 


0-0 








2 














Tfiompson 


2 


W) 


M 


0-0 





1 





1 











Team 1 


Totals 


200 


20-57 


7-17 


20-28 


40 


18 


11 


16 


6 


10 


67 






Field Goal 




3-Point FG 






Icgftllirow 






1st Half 


11-30 ,367 




3-9 


.333 






24 


500 






2nd Half 


9-27 ,333 




4-8 


.500 




18-24 


750 






Game 


20-57 ,351 




7-17 


412 




20-28 


714 






Officials: Mike Eades, Ray Natili, Tim Nestor 


Technicals: None 


Attendance: 9,847 


Score By Periods 


1s 




2nd 


Final 














MARYl;\ND 




33 




33 


66 




(10-7,0-2) 






ViniiniaTech 




27 




40 


67 




(10-6, 1 


1) 







WAKE FOREST 



Game #18 

64 



MARYLAND 



71 



Jan. 15, 2008 •College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Greivis Vasquez scored 22 points, 
Bambale Osby had 16 points and 11 rebounds, and Maryland beat 
Wake Forest Tuesday night. 

Freshman reserve Adrian Bowie had 10 points and eight 
rebounds for the Tenapins (11-7, 1-2). 

Vasquez made half his 16 field-goal attempts, scored 15 points 
in the second half and finished with eight assists. 

The Terrapins played a third straight game without starting guard 
Eric Hayes, who has a sprained ankle. 

Ishmael Smith scored 16, James Johnson had 14 and Jeff 
Teague added 13 for the Demon Deacons (11-5, 1-2). The Demon 
Deacons went 5-for-30 fi-om 3-point range. 

Maryland led 41-36 before Vasquez followed his own miss with 
a layup. Seconds later, Vasquez fiicked the ball away ft-om Chas 
McFarland to Bowie, who was fouled and made both shots. Osby 
added alayup.and baskets by James Gist and Osby capped a 1 0-2 
run that made It 51-38 with 11 :23 remaining. 

Smith then scored seven straight points to get Wake Forest 
within 6, but a 3-pointer by Maryland's Landon Milbourne and two 
free throws by Osby stemmed the surge. 

The Demon Deacons fell behind 31 -26 at halftime after shooting 
29 percent, including 2-for-15 from beyond the arc. 



Deacons 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Johnson 


33 


7-18 


0-5 


0-1 


9 


5 


1 


1 


4 


1 


14 


McFarland 


17 


2-10 


0-2 


M 


8 


2 


1 


3 


1 





4 


Teaque 


35 


5-12 


1-5 


2-3 





3 





2 


1 


4 


13 


Smith 


37 


7-12 


24 


M 


4 


1 


6 








3 


16 


Williams 


26 


4-8 


1-2 


1-3 


2 


3 





1 





2 


10 


Hale 


21 


1-9 


1-8 


4-5 


2 


3 











1 


7 


Stanley 


2 


0-1 


0-0 


M 





2 





1 











Skeen 


17 


0-5 


04 


M 


5 








1 


1 


2 





Weaver 


12 


00 


M 


00 


3 




















Team 










6 






2 








Totals 


200 


26-75 


5-30 


7-12 


39 


19 


8 


11 


7 


13 


64 






Field Goal 




_3,E!!intFG 






ErfifiJhrov/ 






1st Half 


10-35 .286 




2-15 


,133 






4-9 


.444 






2nd Half 


1640 .400 




3-15 


,200 






M 


1.00 






Game 


26-75 .347 




5-30 


.167 




7-12 


.583 






Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Milbourne 


22 


3-6 


2-3 


3-5 


5 


4 





1 








11 


Gist • 


30 


2-7 


0-2 


60 


8 


2 


3 


4 


4 


1 


10 


Dupree 


8 


0-1 


00 


00 























Tucker 


19 


1-5 


0-2 


00 


1 





1 


1 








2 


Vasquez 


39 


8-16 


2-7 


4-6 


6 


1 


8 


8 





2 


22 


Walker 


8 


0^1 


0-0 


00 


3 


1 





1 


1 








McAlpin 


8 


OO 


M 


0-0 


1 








1 











Bowie 


32 


4-7 


00 


2-5 


8 


3 


2 


2 





3 


10 


Greqory 


2 


M 


0-0 


0-0 























Neal 


Ot 


M 


00 


0-0 























Osby 


32 


6-10 


to 


44 


11 


1 








4 





16 


Team 










2 














Totals 


200 


24-52 


4-14 


19-26 


45 


12 


14 


18 


9 


6 


71 






eeldGoal 




_iP!!illtFG 












IslHalf 


12-28 .429 




2-8 


.250 






5-6 


833 






2nd Half 


12-24 .500 




2-6 


,333 




14-20 


700 






Game 


24-52 .462 




4-14 


,286 




19-26 


731 






Officials: Gary Maxwell, Les Jones, John Cahill 


Technicals: None 


Attendance: 17.950 


Score By Periods 


1s 




2nd 


Final 














Wake Forest 




26 




38 


64 




(11-5. 1 


2) 






MARYLAND 




31 




40 


71 




(11-7, 1 


2) 







200S-03 MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 




MARYLAND 



Game #19 

82 



#1/1 NORTH CAR01.1NA 



80 



Jan. 19, 2008 • Chapel Hill, N.C. 
Smith Center 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - Bambale Osby's layup with 21 seconds 
left helped Maryland stun North Carolina on Saturday, giving the 
Terrapins a shocking win that likely ended the fomerly unbeaten 
Tar Heels' mn atop the polls. 

James Gist finished with 22 points and 13 rebounds for the 
Ten'apins (12-7, 2-2 Atlantic Coast Conference), who lost an 11-point 
lead midway through the second half but still held on in a back-and- 
forth finish to win here for the first time in five years. 

The Tar Heels ( 1 8-1 , 3-1 ) - off to their best start in two decades 
- had been rolling to big victories behind their transition attack. 

But the Ten'apins played lough and physical defense on Tyler 
Hansbrough, cutting off the All-American and making the Tar Heels 
work hard elsewhere for good looks in a largely halfcourt game. 
Maryland also showed the fortitude to bounce back after North 
Carolina pushed ahead by four in the final 2-1/2 minutes. 

After Wayne Ellington missed a 3-pointer and a driving shot. 
North Carolina could only watch as Hansbrough's last gasp 3-pointer 
bounced off the rim at the horn as the Ten'apins ran to midcourt to 
celebrate. 

Hansbrough had 17 points and 14 rebounds to lead North 
Carolina, which shot just 38 percent and went 7-for-23 from 3-point 
range. The Tar Heels were off to their best start since winning 21 in 
a row in the 1985-86 season, and came in averaging 98 points per 
game at home. 

The Tar Heels fought back from a 52-41 deficit midway through 
the second half to take a 78-74 lead on a three-point play by Danny 
Green with 2 1/2 minutes left. But Greivis Vasquez answered with 
a njnner in the lane followed by two free throws to tie it at 78. 



Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


s 


TP 


.Milboume 


32 


4-9 


2-3 


44 


1 


3 


1 


2 


1 


14 


Gisl 


37 


9-18 


1-4 


34 


13 


2 


2 1 


1 





22 


Osbv 


29 


6-13 


M 


M 


5 


3 


2 2 








12 


Tucker 


20 


4-7 


0-1 


0^1 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


8 


Vasquez 


38 


3-9 


1-4 


5-6 


6 


1 


11 6 





2 


12 


Walker 


5 


1-1 


0-0 


1-2 


1 


3 





1 





3 


Dupree 


1 


W) 


W) 


M 




















Hayes 


13 


24 


2-4 


2-2 


1 


2 


1 








8 


Bowie 


17 


0-2 


IH) 


1-2 





1 


3 





1 


1 


Neal 


8 


1-1 


M 


W) 


3 














2 


Team 










6 












Tolals 


200 


3M4 


6-16 


16-20 


38 


16 


20 10 


5 


5 


82 






Field Goal 




_iElllntFG 




Free Throw 






IslHalf 


18-37 .486 




4-7 


571 




1-2 


500 






2iidHalf 


12-27 .444 




2-9 


222 




15-18 


833 






Game 


3M4 .469 




6-16 


.375 




16-20 


800 






Tar Heels 


mIn 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Thompson 


17 


4-10 


M 


0-0 


3 


2 


2 


2 





8 


Hansbrouqh 


39 


6-15 


0-1 


5-5 


14 


3 


2 





1 


17 


Ginyard 


26 


2-9 


2-3 


34 


2 


4 


1 1 





1 


9 


Lawson 


31 


4-9 


2-6 


1-2 


4 


4 


4 3 








11 


Blinqlon 


31 


6-16 


2-7 


M 


8 


1 


5 1 








14 


Thomas 


9 


M 


M 


0-0 


1 





1 











Graves 


2 


1-2 


1-2 


0-0 


1 














3 


Green 


27 


4-13 


M 


14 


8 


4 


3 2 


1 





9 


Slephesoti 


18 


3-5 


M 


3-3 


5 


1 


1 





1 


9 


Team 























Tolals 


200 


30-79 


7-23 


13-15 


46 


19 


16 10 


3 


3 


80 






Field Goal 




_3:£limtFG 










IslHall 


13-37 .351 




4-12 


,333 




5-5 


1.0O 






2nd Hall 


17.42 .405 




3-11 


.273 




8-10 


800 






Game 


30-79 .380 




7-23 


.304 




13-15 


867 






Officials: Karl Hess, Jamie Luckie, Bria 


Doisey 














Technicals: None. 


Attendance: 21.033 


Score By Periods 


Is 




2nd 


Final 












MARYLAND 




41 




41 


82 




(12-7,2-2) 






Nodh Can}lrna 




35 




45 


80 




(18-1,3-1) 







#3/4 DUKE 



Game #20 

93 



MARYLAND 



Jan. 27, 2008 • College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Senior DeMarcus Nelson scored 19 of 
his 27 points in the second half to rally the Blue Devils to a victory 
Sunday night. 

Gerald Henderson added 23 for Duke, which had not trailed 
by more than six points in any game before falling behind 5142 at 
halftime. With Nelson leading the way, the Blue Devils (17-1, 5-0 
ACC) turned in a surgical perfomiance in a hostile environment over 
the final 20 minutes to earn their seventh straight win. 

Duke shot 53 percent in the second half, outrebounded the 
Ten'apins 22-15 and outscored Maryland 51-33. 

James Gist scored 26 and Bambale Osby had 20 points and 
15 rebounds, both career highs, for the Ten'apins (12-8, 2-3). But it 
wasn't enough to provide Maryland with its sixth win in eight games 
against its rival. 

Duke led by two before baskets by Henderson and Nelson ignited 
an 8-2 spurt that made it 83-75, A 3-pointer by Gist got Maryland 
to 84-81, but Nelson made a driving layup for a five-point cushion 
vi/ith 61 seconds to go. The Ten'apins would get no closer than four 
points. 

Despite forcing 13 turnovers and getting 16 points from 
Henderson, Duke trailed at halftime for the first time this season. 
The crowd was in a frenzy at the outset, and a quick start by the 
Ten'apins only raised the volume. Maryland made its first four field- 
goal tries, including three straight layups by Osby, and a 3-pointer 
by Vasquez made it 11-5. 

It was 29-25 before Landon Ivtilboume hit a 3-pointer to spark a 
10-0 mn that put Maryland back in ft'ont. Gist had two dunks during 
the 90-second spree, 

A technical foul on the Duke bench helped the Ten'apins close 
the half with a 9-2 flurry. 



BI.Devils 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Sinqler 


31 


2-10 


1-5 


2-2 


3 


5 


1 3 





2 


7 


Thomas 


18 


2-3 


M 


24 


2 


4 


1 








6 


Paulus 


19 


3-7 


2-3 


44 


1 


4 


2 1 





4 


12 


Henderson 


33 


9-12 


1-2 


4-6 


5 


2 


1 2 


2 


1 


23 


Nelson 


38 


10-19 


1-2 


6..8 


7 


3 


4 1 


1 


4 


27 


Smith 


20 


4-6 


1-2 


5-5 


6 





1 2 





1 


14 


McClure 


8 


0-2 


M 


0-0 


2 


1 














Kinq 


5 


0-2 


0-2 


0-0 





1 








1 





Schever 


28 


2-7 


0-2 


M 


2 


3 











4 


Team 










8 


1 










Totals 


200 


32-68 


6-18 


23-29 


36 


24 


9 10 


3 


13 


93 






Field Goal 




^iEointFG 










1st Half 


15-36 417 




3-11 


.273 




9-11 


.818 






2nd Half 


17-32 ,531 




3-7 


,429 




14-18 


.778 






Game 


32-68 .471 




6-18 


,333 




23-29 


.793 






Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Miltnume 


20 


34 


1-1 


W 





4 


3 


3 





7 


Gist 


37 


9-17 


1-2 


7-11 


5 


3 


2 4 





1 


26 


Osby 


31 


7-9 


W) 


6-9 


15 


2 


1 5 


1 





20 


Hayes 


35 


2-6 


1-3 


34 


5 


2 


9 4 


1 


2 


8 


\^uez 


36 


6-14 


1-5 


2-3 


4 


4 


7 2 





1 


15 


Walker 


4 


frO 


IM 


M 


1 


1 














Bovtie 


12 


1-1 


(M 


Ofl 


1 


1 


1 2 








2 


Tucker 


18 


2-3 


M 


M 


3 


1 


3 2 








4 


Neal 


7 


1-3 


0-1 


M 


1 


2 


1 








2 


Team 










2 












Totals 


200 


31-57 


4-12 


18-27 


37 


20 


24 22 


5 


4 


84 






fielil£oaL 




3.PomtFG 










IslHall 


18-29 .621 




2-6 


,333 




13-18 


.722 






2nd Half 


13-28 .464 




2-6 


,333 




5-9 


.556 






Game 


31-57 .544 




4-12 


.333 




18-27 


.667 






Officials: Les Jones, Mike Kitts, Tony Greene 


Technicals: Ouke Bench, 


Attendance: 17.950 


Score By Periods 


Is 




2nd 


Final 












Duke 




42 




51 


93 




117-1,50) 






MARYLAND 




51 




33 


84 




(12-8,2 


31 







VIRGINIA 



Game #21 

75 



84 MARYLAND 




Jan. 31, 2008 •College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) - Greivis Vasquez scored 25 points, 
James Gist had 17, and Maryland extended Virginia's road woes 
with a victory Wednesday night. 

After facing Atlantic Coast Conference powers North Carolina 
and Duke in succession, the Ten'apins (13-8, 3-3) had no problem 
against the last-place Cavaliers (11-8, 1-5). Maryland grabbed an 
11-point lead in the opening three minutes, expanded the margin 
to 17 eariy in the second half and rolled to its seventh win in nine 
games. 

Eric Hayes contributed 15 points and nine assists, and Landon 
Milboume scored 13 to help Maryland coach Gary Williams earn 
his 598th career victory. 

Sean Singletary scored 23 for Virginia, including 1 7 in the second 
half, to extend his ACC-best streak of reaching double figures to 41 
straight games. But the Cavaliers lost their sixth straight ACC road 
game since defeating Maryland on Jan, 16, 2007. 

Calvin Baker scored a career-high 1 7 points and Mamadi Diane 
had 16 for the Cavaliers, who have lost three in a row and six of 
seven overall. 

The Ten'apins used a 9-2 mn after halftime to go up 52-35, 
Vasquez got it started with a 3-pointer, and reserve forward Dave 
Neal sandvflched two baskets around a pair of Virginia ft'ee throws 
before Milboume capped the surge with two foul shots. 

A dunk by Diane got the Cavaliers to 76-71 with two minutes 
left, but two free throws by Gist and a follow-shot by Bambale Osby 
sealed the win. 



Cavaliers 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Diane 


34 


6-13 


2-6 


2-2 


3 


2 


4 2 





1 


16 


Joseph 


16 


04 


0-2 


2-2 


3 


1 


2 





1 


2 


Scott 


24 


3-6 


M 


W 


12 


2 


1 2 








6 


Baker 


29 


6-12 


3-5 


2-2 


1 


2 


1 





2 


17 


Sinqletary 


34 


9-17 


14 


44 





3 


3 








23 


Jones 


3 


0-0 


M 


M 


1 





1 1 











Fanakhan 


12 


0-1 


0-1 


1-2 


4 


1 











1 


Tucker 


3 


0-2 


0-2 


frO 




















Pettinella 


18 


1-1 


M 


0^) 





5 


1 








2 


Hams 


11 


1-3 


0-1 


1-2 





1 


1 2 








3 


Tal 


7 


1-1 


0-0 


1-2 


2 


2 


1 








3 


Meyinesse 


9 


1-1 


frO 


M 





4 











2 


Team 










5 












Totals 


200 


28-61 


6-21 


13-16 


31 


23 


11 11 





4 


75 






Field Goal 




_l£lli)ltFG 










1st Half 


13-31 419 




4-13 


308 




3-6 


.500 






2nd Hall 


15-30 ,500 




2-8 


.500 




10-10 


1.00 






Game 


28-61 .459 




6-21 


.286 




13-16 


813 






Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


s 


TP 


Milboume 


28 


4-8 


1-5 


44 


4 


1 


3 1 








13 


Gist 


40- 


5-9 


0-2 


7-10 


9 


2 


2 2 


2 


1 


17 


Osby 


21 


2-2 


O-O 


7-8 


6 


3 


1 


3 





It 


Hayes 


33 


6-9 


3-5 


M 


3 





9 1 








15 


Vasquez 


39 


8-19 


4-11 


M 


3 


4 


3 1 





1 


25 


Walker 


2 


M 


M 


M 




















Dupree 


6 


M 


M 


M 





1 














Bowie 


15 


M 


M 


M 


1 


2 


2 











Tucker 


4 


0-2 


0-1 


00 




















Neal 


12 


2-3 


M 


M 


3 


3 


1 1 








4 


Team 1 


Totals 


200 


27-52 


8-24 


23-28 


30 


16 


18 9 


5 


2 


85 






Field Goal 




_iMltFG 










IslHall 


16-30 ,533 




7-17 


412 




44 


1.00 






2nd Hall 


11-22 ,500 




1-7 


,143 




19-24 


792 






Game 


27-52 ,519 




8-24 


.333 




23-28 


821 






Officials: Bryan Keisev, BemanJ anion, Raymond Styons 


Technicals; None. 


Attendance: 17.950 


Score By Periods 


1st 




2nd 


Final 












Vinjinia 




33 




42 


75 




(11-8. 1-5) 






MARYLAND 




43 




42 


85 




(13* M) 







mm 



T 



2Q02 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2G04 ACC CHAMPIONS- 



MARYLAND __ 
GEORGIA TECH 



Game #22 

88 



86 



Feb. 2, 2008- Atlanta, Ga. 
Alexander Memorial Coliseum 

ATLANTA ■ Bambale Osby scored 18 points, including two 
key free tlirows witin 16,9 seconds left and Landon Milbourne 
added 16 points to lead five Maryland players in double figures 
and the Terrapins beat Georgia Tech Saturday in an Atlantic Coast 
Conference game, ending the Yellow Jackets' three-game winning 
streak, 

Maryland (14-8, 4-3 ACC), winning its fourth in five games and 
eight of 1 0, also got 14 points from James Gist and Eric Hayes and 
Greivis Vasquez added 13. 

Georgia Tech (10-10, 34) got within 85-82 on six straight points 
by Peacock with 1:05 left, then got the ball back when the Yellow 
Jackets' Alade Aminu blocked a layup by Vazquez with 35 seconds 
remaining. 

Anthony Morrow badly missed a 3-point attempt to tie it with 19 
seconds left and Osby made a pair of free throws - his only points 
of the second half - for an 87-82 lead with 16.9 seconds left. 

Tech had another slim chance when Jeremis Smith scored a 
basket to get within 87-84 with 8.7 seconds left and Vazquez missed 
two free throws with 7.7 seconds left. 

Tech's Causey was fouled with 2.5 seconds left and made the 
first to make it 87-85. He tried to miss the second on purpose but it 
hit the backboard and went in to make it 87-86. Vazquez was fouled 
and made one of two with a second left for the final of 88-86. 

The Yellow Jackets fell behind by 12 again at the start of the 
second half as Gist scored five straight points for a 53-41 lead. But 
Tech managed to get back in it and trailed by only 65-63 with 1 2:11 
left on a basket by Causey and never got closer than six until the 
final minute. 



Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


R 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Milbourne 


32 


6-9 


2-2 


2-2 


3 


2 


2 2 


2 





16 


Gisi 


32 


6-12 


0-1 


2-3 


9 




2 1 


1 


1 


14 


Osby 


30 


5-8 


0-0 


8-9 


11 




1 5 








18 


Hayes 


36 


6-9 


24 


0-1 


3 




8 3 


2 





14 


Vasquez 


37 


5-15 


0-5 


M 


5 




9 8 





4 


13 


Walker 


5 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1 




1 











Dupree 


r 


0-1 


0-0 


1-2 


1 




1 


1 





1 


Bowie 


5 


2-2 


1-1 


0-0 

















5 


Tucker 


9 


3-3 


0-0 


1-2 








1 





2 


7 


Neal 


7 


0-0 


0-0 


M 





2 


2 





1 





Team 










6 












Totals 


200 


33-59 


5-13 


17-25 


39 


19 


22 24 


6 


8 


88 






Field Goal 




__l£!!ijtFG 




Free Throw 






1 si Half 


18-28 .643 




2-6 


.333 




12-15 


800 






2nOH3lf 


15-31 .484 




3-7 


.429 




5-10 


.500 






Game 


33-59 .559 




5-13 


.385 




17-25 


.680 






'Jackets 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Lawal 


16 


3-3 


0-0 


3-6 


4 


5 


5 


2 





9 


Smith 


24 


1-3 


0-0 


1-3 


7 


3 


2 





1 


3 


Miller 


18 


3-7 


0-2 


0-1 


4 


2 


9 1 





1 


6 


Bell 


32 


5-10 


0-2 


1-1 


5 


3 


2 





4 


11 


Morrow 


21 


4-10 


2-5 


M 


3 


2 


1 


1 


1 


10 


Clinch 


20 


4-9 


0-3 


M 





1 


2 





1 


8 


Causey 


22 


4-12 


2-7 


2-2 





3 


4 2 





2 


12 


StOITS 


7 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


1 





1 1 











Peacock 


20 


6-12 


1-3 


6-5 


5 


2 


2 1 





2 


18 


Aminu 


20 


4-5 


M 


1-1 


4 





1 1 


3 


1 


9 


Team 










3 












Totals 


200 


34-72 


5-22 


13-19 


36 


21 


19 16 


6 


13 


86 






Field Goal 




__l£r!ijltFG 




Free Throw 






1 si Hall 


18-39 .462 




3-12 


.250 




24 


.500 






2nd Ha» 


16-33 .485 




2-10 


.200 




11-15 


.733 






Game 


34-72 .472 




5-22 


.227 




13-19 


.684 






Officials: Gary Maxwell. Mike Wood, Brian Doisey 


Technicals: None. 


Attendance: 9,191 


Score By Periods 


Is 




2nd 


Final 












MARYLAND 




5C 




38 


88 




(14-8,4 


3) 






Geomia Tech 




41 




45 


86 




(10-10,34) 








MARYLAND 



Game #23 

70 



BOSTON COLLEGE 



65 



Feb. 6, 2008' Chestnut h 
Conte Forum 



II, Mass. 



BOSTON (AP) - Greivis Vasquez scored eight of his 25 points 

during a key second-half run to help Maryland beat Boston College 
Wednesday night, giving coach Gary Williams his 600th career 
victory. 

It was the fifth win in six games for the surging Ten'apins (15-8 
overall, 5-3 Atlantic Coast Conference). 

James Gist, the only other Terrapins' player in double figures, 
had 23 points. 

Williams, in his 30th season overall and his 19th at Maryland, 
improved to 600-336. He is the Terrapins' all-time winningest coach, 
and eighth among active coaches. 

John Gates went 5-for-5 from behind the 3-point line and scored 
a career-high 21 points for the Eagles (12-9, 3-5). BC has lost five 
straight. 

The Eagles moved ahead for the first time since the game's 
opening minute, 39-36, on Tyrelle Blair's 3-point play 1:11 into the 
second half. The teams then traded leads seven times over the 
ensuing six minutes before Bambale Osby's put-back triggered 
Maryland's 10-0 run. 

BC made a late charge, closing it to 66-65 on Tyrese Rice's 
3-pointer with 1:38 to play, but Eric Hayes answered with his own 
3-pointer just 29 seconds later Gist hit one free throw in the closing 
seconds. 

The Terrapins led 36-34 at halftime. BC relied on some effective 
long-range shooting to stay close in the first half. The Eagles hit 8 
of their first 12 from 3-point range, with Gates going 5-for-5. 



TenJS 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Milbourne 


31 


1-2 


1-1 


0-0 


4 


2 


2 





1 


3 


Gist 


32 


9-11 


24 


34 


7 


3 


1 3 


1 





23 


Osby 


29 


4-10 


M 


1-2 


5 


4 





5 





9 


Hayes 


36 


24 


1-3 


0-0 


2 





5 3 


1 


2 


5 


Vasquez 


38 


9-14 


4-7 


3-5 


6 





8 3 





2 


25 


Walker 


3 


0-2 


0-1 


0-0 





1 














Dupree 


4 


0-1 


M 


0-0 








1 











Bowie 


5 


M 


0^1 


0-0 


1 





1 





1 





Tucker 


10 


14 


0-0 


0-0 


1 


1 


1 








2 


Neal 


12 


14 


1-3 


0-0 


1 


2 











3 


Team 1 ■ 


Tolals 


200 


27-52 


9-19 


7-11 


28 


13 


18 10 


7 


6 


70 






Field Goal 




3.PoinlFG 




Free Throw 






IslHalf 


13-29 .448 




6-11 


.545 




44 


1.00 






2nd Hall 


14-23 .609 




3-8 


.375 




3-7 


429 






Game 


27-52 .519 




9-19 


474 




7-11 


636 






Eagles 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Sanders 


34 


3-11 


2-7 


1-2 


2 


2 


2 4 








9 


Gales 


37 


8-8 


5-5 


0-0 


4 


2 


1 3 


3 


3 


21 


Blair 


22 


3-7 


O-O 


1-1 


4 


2 





1 


1 


7 


Rice 


35 


5-10 


3-6 


0-0 


4 


4 


7 1 


n 


? 


13 


Pahs 


28 


1-8 


04 


2-2 


2 


1 


5 4 








4 


Rail 


14 


14 


M 


1-2 


4 


3 











3 


Roche 


8 


O-O 


M 


M 


1 

















Southern 


22 


2-7 


M 


4-5 


7 





1 


2 





8 


Team 










5 












Tolals 


200 


23-55 10-22 


9-12 


33 


14 


16 12 


6 


6 


65 






Field Goal 




3-Point FG 




Free Throw 






IslHalf 


12-28 .429 




8-14 


.571 




2-2 


1.00 






2nd Half 


11-27 .407 




2-8 


.250 




7-10 


700 






Game 


23-55 .418 




0-22 


.455 




9-12 


750 






Off cials: Kart Hess, Ted Valentine 


. RoqerAyers 














Technicals: None. H 


Attendance: 6,449 ■ 


Score By Periods 


1st 




2nd 


Final 










1 


MARYLAND 




36 




34 


70 




(15^,5-3) 




1 


Boston Colleqe 




34 




31 


65 




(12-9,3-5) 




1 



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NC STATE 



Game #24 

70 



MARYLAND 



84 



Feb. 9, 2008 • College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) - James Gist scored a career-high 
30 points, Greivis Vasquez tied a school record with 1 5 assists, and 
Maryland used a strong second half to beat North Carolina State 
Saturday night. 

The win was the fourth straight for the Ten-apins (16-8, 6-3 ACC), 
who didn't take their first lead until Gist made a layup to make it 38-36 
with 1 8:31 left. After the Wolfpack pulled even, Maryland scored 1 2 
straight points to go up 50-38. 

NC State (15-8, 4-5) never cut the margin under 7 after that. The 
Ten-apins shot 20-for-27 (74 percent) from the floor in the second 
half after going 13-for-31 before halftime. 

Gist, a 6-foot-9 senior fon«ard, went 13-for-18 from the field and 
3-for-4 at the line in topping his previous career high of 27. It was the 
most points scored by a tularyland player since Nik Caner-Medley 
had 30 against Temple in January 2006. 

Vasquez tied the school single-game assists mark set by Terrell 
Stokes against Western Carolina in November 1998. Vasquez had 
13 points and tell one rebound short of a triple-double. 

Courtney Fells scored 1 6 and Gavin Grant 1 5 for the Wolfpack, 
who led by as many as 9 points in the first half. NC State is 2-6 on 
the road this season, including 1-5 in the ACC. 

With the score tied at 38, Maryland's Bambale Osby made two 
straight layups and Landon Milboume scored on a drive. Vasquez 
and Gist followed ™th layups, and Eric Hayes capped the 12-point 
blitz with a jumper 

Gist scored 1 8 points in the first half, but Grant tallied 1 3 to put 
the Wolfpack up 33-31 at the break. 

Maryland coach Gary Williams was honored before the game 
for eaming his 600th win on Wednesday at Boston College. He 
ranks eighth in victories among active coaches in NCAA Division-I 
basketball, and is the winningest coach in Maryland history. 



Wolfpack 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Gram 


29 


5-11 


2-3 


5-5 


5 


3 


3 1 








17 


McCauley 


26 


2-8 


M 


(M 


1 


3 


1 1 








4 


Hekson 


28 


6-12 


M 


2-3 


9 


3 


1 2 


1 


1 


14 


Feds 


32 


5-12 


4-7 


M 


2 








1 


3 


14 


Goozalez 


24 


1-3 


1-2 


M 


3 


2 


3 1 





1 


3 


Johnson 


18 


3-3 


1-1 


M 


2 


1 


2 








7 


Smith 


1 


M 


M 


M 




















Homer 


19 


1-4 


0-2 


M 








1 2 








2 


Costner 


25 


4-8 


1-2 


M 


3 


2 


2 2 








9 


Team 1 


Totals 


200 


27-61 


9-17 


7-i 


26 


14 


13 9 


2 


5 


70 










3.PninlFG 










IslHaK 


12-32 .375 




4^ 


500 




5-6 


833 






2n(fHaH 


15-29 .517 




5-9 


556 




2-2 


1.0O 






Game 


27-61 .443 




9-17 


.529 




7-8 


.875 






Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


s 


TP 


Milboume 


27 


3^ 


1-1 


44 


3 


4 


1 





1 


11 


Gist 


36 


13-18 


1-2 


34 


9 


1 


1 


3 





30 


Osby 


31 


5-9 


0^1 


1-2 


8 


3 


1 3 


4 


1 


11 


Hayes 


35 


4-5 


2-2 


44 


2 


2 


2 1 





1 


14 


Vasquez 


38 


6-16 


1-4 


M 


9 





15 4 








13 


Dupree 


6 


M 


0-0 


M 


1 


1 














Bowie 


7 


0-1 


M 


M 








1 











Tucker 


13 


2-2 


1-1 


M 


2 


1 


1 








5 


Neal 


7 


0-1 


Ml 


W 




















Team 










2 












Totals 


200 


33-58 


6-10 


12-14 


36 


12 


19 11 


7 


3 


84 






ReldGoal 




_3:EDi;itFG 










IslHalf 


13-31 .419 




24 


.500 




3-3 


1.00 






2nd Half 


20-27 .741 




4-6 


.667 




9-11 


,818 






Game 


33-58 .569 




6-10 


.600 




12-14 


.857 






Officials: Mike Eades. Ray Pecone, Brian Doisey 


Technicals: NC Stale-McCauley 


Attendance: 17,950 


Score By Periods 


Is 




2nd 


Final 












NC State 




33 




37 


70 




(15^,4 


5) 






MARYLAND 




31 




53 


84 




(1M,6J) 







Game #25 



MARYLAND 



#2/2 DUKE 



Feb. 13, 2008 -Durham, N.C. 
Cameron Indoor Stadium 

DURHAM, N.C. - Kyle Singler scored 26 points and spari<ed 
the decisive mn that helped the Blue Devils withstand Maryland's 
comeback attempt and beat the Ten^apins on Wednesday night. 

Greg Paulus added 20 points for the Blue Devils (22-1, 10-0 
Atlantic Coast Conference), who blew most of a 16-point lead but 
used a late 11-2 mn to snap Maryland's four-game winning streak 
and claim a victory in a matchup of the league's hottest teams. 

Duke protected its famous home court against a Maryland 
team that had enjoyed a measure of success here recentty. Gary 
Williams' team entered having won two of its last three games at 
Cameron Indoor Stadium, including an 85-77 victory last March in 
which then-freshman Greivis Vasquez finished one rebound shy of 
a triple-double. 

This time, Vasquez scored 25 points to lead the Temapins (1 6-9, 64), 
who were denied a second victory on Tobacco Road this season 
after they went to nearby Chapel Hill and knocked off then-No. 1 
North Carolina last month. 

Singler started Duke's game-deciding mn when, after Maryland 
closed within two points with less than 8 minutes left, he drove the 
left baseline for a layup to make it 59-55. 

Two possessions later, he swished a 3-pointer from the left wing 
and later added a fast-break dunk, before Jon Scheyer's drive past 
Gist through the lane with 4:08 remaining gave the Blue Devils a 
68-57 lead. 

Bambale Osby added 13 points for Maryland, which led only in 
the opening moments, yet neariy escaped a 16-point second-half 
deficit with a 12-3 mn, closing within two on James Gist's fast-break 
dunk that made it 57-55 with 8 minutes left. 



Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Milboume 


33 


2-6 


0-1 


M 


2 


3 


1 2 


1 


2 


4 


Gtet 


36 


3-11 


M 


34 


10 


5 


2 3 


1 


1 


9 


Osby 


26 


5-11 


M 


3-5 


9 


3 


1 2 


2 


1 


13 


Hayes 


34 


1-7 


14 


0-0 


5 


4 


4 








3 


Vasquez 


38 


11-22 


1-6 


2-3 


8 


2 


7 5 


1 


2 


25 


Walker 


2 


1-1 


M 


M 


1 


1 











2 


Dupree 


2 


IHI 


M 


0-0 




















Bowie 


3 


1-1 


M 


0-0 





1 











2 


Tucker 


13 


1-2 


0-0 


0-0 


5 





2 


1 


1 


2 


Neal 


13 


2-5 


1-2 


0-0 


1 


1 


1 








5 


Team 










4 












Totals 


200 


27-66 


3-13 


8-12 


45 


20 


11 19 


6 


7 


65 






Field Goal 




3-PoinlFG 




Free Throw 






1st Half 


13-35 .371 




0-3 


.000 




4-8 


500 






2nd Half 


14-31 .452 




3-10 


.300 




44 


1.00 






Game 


27-66 .409 




3-13 


.231 




8-12 


667 






'Devils 


min 


FG 


J-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Singler 


37 


10-17 


6-9 


M 


7 


2 


2 5 





1 


26 


Thomas 


22 


0-3 


0-0 


0-2 


4 


4 


1 


2 








Paulus 


34 


5-11 


4-8 


6^ 


2 


2 


4 2 





2 


20 


Hendereon 


28 


0-3 


0-0 


4-6 


7 


2 


3 1 





5 


4 


Nelson 


35 


4-12 


1-3 


M 


5 


2 


2 3 


1 


4 


12 


Smith 


6 


0-2 


0^ 


W) 





2 


2 











McClute 


7 


1-2 


0-1 


M 


3 





1 








2 


King 


2 


0-2 


0-1 


M 





1 














Scheyer 


25 


a 


1-3 


6-7 


6 





2 


1 


2 


13 


Zoubek 


4 


M 


M 


M 




















Team 










2 












Totals 


200 


23-58 12-25 


19-25 


36 


15 


15 13 


4 


14 


77 






Field Goal 




3-PointFG 




Free Throw 






1st Half 


12-31 .387 




7-14 


,500 




10-12 


833 






2nd Hail 


11-27 .407 




5-11 


.455 




9-13 


692 






Game 


23-58 .397 




12-25 


.480 




1M5 


760 






Officials: Bryan Kersey, John Cahill. Pat Driscdl 


Technicals: None 


Attendance: 9,314 


Score By Periods 


Isl 




2nd 


Final 












MARYLAND 




30 




35 


65 




|16-9,64) 






Duke 




41 




36 


77 




(22-1. IfrO) 







J^''^r^ 



65 FLORIDA STATE 



Game #26 

72 



77 MARYLAND 




Feb. 16, 2008 'College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK. Md. (AP) - Greivis Vasquez had 20 points and 
eight assists, Landon Milbounne added a career-high 18 points and 
Maryland rallied in the second half to beat Florida State in an Atlantic 
Coast Conference game Saturday. 

James Gist scored 17 points and Bambale Osby 14 for the 
Ten'apins (17-9, 74 Atlantic Coast Conference). Despite a career- 
high 26 points from Ralph Mims, Florida State (14-12, 3-8) lost for 
the fifth time in six games. 

Toney Douglas added 1 7 points for Florida State and Jason Rich 
had 12 points. 

Coming off a 77-65 loss at No. 2 Duke on Wednesday, Maryland 
overcame an ematic first half to take control down the stretch, going 
14-for-23 from the floor in the second half. 

Vasquez spari(ed an 11-2 mn that opened the second half and 
turned around an eight-point halftime deficit. 

Vasquez knocked down three straight 3-pointers for a 4342 
Maryland lead with 17:55 left. Florida State kept it close before a 
3-point play by Osby started a 1 0-2 Terrapin spree that wiped away 
the Seminoles' 57-56 lead, their final one of the game. 



Seminoles min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Echefu 21 


14 


0-2 


M 


5 


4 


2 2 


2 





2 


Reid 29 


4-8 


M 


2-2 


5 


1 


2 


1 


1 


10 


Mims 37 


9-15 


4-5 


44 


6 





1 


2 


4 


26 


Douglas 31 


7-12 


3-7 


IHI 


3 


4 


2 5 





4 


17 


Rich 37 


4-16 


0-3 


44 


2 


4 


3 1 








12 


DeMercy 12 


1-1 


M 


to 


2 





1 





2 


2 


Vaughn 14 


0-1 


M 


M 


2 


3 


1 











Hot 3 


0-1 


0-1 


M 


1 

















Zitani 16 


1-3 


1-3 


M 





4 


1 2 








3 


Team 








2 












Totals 200 


27-61 


8-21 


10-10 


28 


20 


9 14 


5 


11 


72 




Field Goal 




_lfmntFG 










IslHalf 17-32 .531 




6-12 


,500 




M 


.000 






2nd Half 10-29 .345 




2-9 


,222 




IHO 


1.00 






Game 27-61 .443 




8-21 


,381 




10-10 


1.00 






Terps min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Milboume 32 


6-9 


2-2 


44 


3 


2 


1 





2 


18 


Gist 31 


^6 


2-3 


9-10 


5 


4 


1 2 


3 


1 


17 


Osby 37 


5-8 


0-0 


4-6 


5 


1 


1 1 


4 





14 


Hayes 39 


2-9 


2-6 


2-2 


7 


2 


2 3 





2 


8 


Vasquez 35 


7-9 


4-6 


2-3 


4 


3 


8 8 





1 


20 


Walker 8 


M 


M 


1-2 


3 


1 


1 1 








1 


McAlpin 7 


0-2 


M 


0-0 


1 





1 


1 








Bowie 6 


1-2 


0-0 


2-2 


1 





1 





1 


4 


Neal 5 


0-2 


0-0 


M 




















Team 








2 












Totals 200 


2447 10-17 


24-29 


31 


13 


14 17 


8 


7 


82 




Field Goal 




__l£l!llltFG 




Free Throw 






1st Half 10-22 ,455 




4-8 


,500 




8-12 


667 






2nd Half 14-25 .560 




6-9 


.667 




16-17 


941 






Game 2447 .511 




0-17 


.588 




24-29 


828 






Officials: Ray Nalili. Reggie Greenwood. Eater Walton 


Technicals; None. 




















Attendance: 17.950 


Score By Periods 


1st 




2nd 


Final 












Florida state 


40 




32 


72 




(14-12, 


Ml 






MARYLAND 


32 




50 


82 




(17-9,741 








2Q02 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2 00 4 ACC CHAMPI O N S 



V^V VIB GIWIA TECH 



Game #27 

69 



MARYLAND 



65 



Feb. 20, 2008 -College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK, Md^ - Greivis Vasquez led the Maryland 
Terrapins with 25 points, nine rebounds and five assists, but Virginia 
Tech rallied late to beat Maryland Wednesday night to end the 
Hokies' three-game losing streak. 

The Hokies (15-11. 6-6 ACC) trailed by 14 in the first half and 
47-37 with 11 minutes left, but ended the game with a 32-18 run to 
earn a rare win at Maryland and sweep the season series from the 
Terrapins (17-10, 7-5). 

Jeff Allen had 14 poiints and 14 rebounds for Tech, while A.D. 
Vassallo scored 19 and Deron Washington had 12. The Hokies 
were coming off a 39-point loss at North Carolina and had not won 
at Maryland in five tries since 1951 . 

Bambale Osby had 18 points for Maryland, which dropped into 
a third-place tie with Clemson in the ACC. 

Allen started the comeback with a basket that sparked an 8-point 
burst that got the Hokies to 47-45. It was 51-45 before successive 
baskets by Allen started another 8-point run that gave Virginia Tech 
its first lead. 

Vasquez answered with a 3-pointer to put Maryland in front for 
the last time. Baskets by Allen, Hank Thorns and Vassallo followed, 
making it 61-54 with 1:27 to go. 

As they did in their home win over Florida State on Saturday, the 
Terrapins got off to a fast start in the second half. It was 34-32 before 
Osby made a free throw, Landon Milbourne converted a steal into a 
layup and James Gist added two straight baskets to put Maryland 
up by 9. 

Vasquez capped the run with a layup before Allen scored the 
Hokies' second basket of the half with 13:04 left. But, just when it 
seemed as if the Terrapins had taken control, Virginia Tech mounted 
its improbable comeback. 



Hokies 


min 


FG 


i-FG 


F 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Allen 


30 


6-15 


0-1 


2-6 


14 


3 


2 1 


3 


3 


14 


Witcher 


18 


1-2 


0-0 


1-2 


5 


2 


1 








3 


Vassallo 


38 


5-11 


3-7 


6-7 


3 


3 


2 3 








19 


Washinqton 


23 


4-10 


1-3 


34 


7 


3 


5 3 


1 


1 


12 


Delaney 


32 


4-7 


0-1 


1-1 


2 


2 


5 








9 


Bell 


1 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 




















Hudson 


21 


3-8 


14 


0-0 


3 


1 


1 1 


1 


1 


7 


Thorns 


19 


1-2 


1-1 


24 


3 


2 


4 





6 


5 


Diakile 


9 


0-4 


0-0 


0-0 


1 


1 














Team 










2 












Tolals 


200 


24-59 


6-17 


15-24 


40 


18 


14 14 


5 


11 


69 






Field Goal 




.VPnint FG 










IslHalf 


11-27 .407 




2-7 


,286 




5-9 


556 






2nd Half 


13-32 .406 




4-10 


,400 




10-15 


667 






Game 


24-59 .407 




6-17 


,353 




15-24 


625 






Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Milbourne 


35 


3-6 


1-2 


1-3 


4 


5 


1 2 





1 


8 


Gisl 


29 


3-8 


0-1 


1-2 


9 


4 


2 5 


1 


1 


7 


Osby 


28 


8-12 


0-0 


2-5 


4 


2 


4 1 


3 


1 


18 


Hayes 


34 


2-8 


1-3 


2-2 


3 


3 


3 2 





1 


7 


Vasquez 


36 


11-22 


3-7 


0-0 


9 


4 


5 6 


1 


2 


25 


Walker 


10 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


3 


3 














Dupree 


7 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 





1 











McAlpin 


4 


0-0 


0-0 


0-2 




















Bowie 


11 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





1 


1 











Neal 


6 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 


1 











1 





Team 1 


Tolals 


200 


27-58 


5-14 


6-14 


36 


22 


15 18 


5 


7 


65 






Field Goal 




__i£!!intFG 










IslHalf 


13-29 .448 




3-7 


,429 




2-7 


286 






2nd Half 


14-29 .483 




2-7 


,286 




4-7 


571 






Game 


27-58 .466 




5-14 


,357 




6-14 


429 






Officials: Kad Hess, 


Bary fvlaxweli, Jerry Heater 














Tectinicals: Virqinia Tech Bench. 


Attendance: 17,950 


Score By Periods 


1s 




2nd 


Final 












Virqinia Tech 




2£ 




40 


69 




(15-11,6-6) 






MARYLAND 




31 




34 


65 




(17-10,7-5) 







MARY LAND 
MIAMI 



Game #28 

63 



78 



Feb. 23, 2008 • Coral Gables, Fla. 
BankUnited Center 

CORAL GABLES, Fla. - Eric Hayes scored a game-high 14 points 
and Landon Milbourne and Greivis Vasquez each finished with 13 
points, but it wasn't enough for the Maryland men's basketball team 
Saturday afternoon which lost to Miami. 

Anthony King also scored 14 points for Miami which followed its 
victory Wednesday over No. 2 Duke with a key ACC win over the 
Terps (17-11, 7-6). 

James Dews finished with 13 points, while Jack McClinton, 
Dwayne Collins, Jack McClinton and Brian Asbury each scored 12 
for the Hurricanes (19-7, 6-6), who have won four straight. 

McClinton's 3-pointer with 3:03 remaining increased Miami's 
lead to 66-58 and started a 15-3 run in the next 2:33. 

After the Hurricanes started the second half 39-36 with five 
unanswered points in the first 1 :57, the Terrapins responded with an 
8-0 run and tied it, 44-44. Milbourne's two open 3-pointers from the 
right wing keyed the run. But the Terrapins second leading scorer 
James Gist, who averages 1 5,8 per game, committed his fourth foul 
with 1 5:44 remaining and was forced to sit the next 8:41 , 

Dews hit a jumper and scored on a fast-break layup as Miami 
scored five unanswered points during a two-minute run and helped 
Miami retake the lead 5348 with 11:27 remaining in the second 
half. 

King scored six points during a 10-0 Miami run eariy in the first 
half. McClinton's jumper with 14:16 remaining capped the spurt, 
increasing the Hurricanes lead, 15-6, The Terrapins countered with 
a 9-3 spurt, behind Bambale Osby's five points and Vasquez's two 
field goals, and reduced Miami's advantage 18-15 with 11:30 left in 
the half. 

The Terrapins outscored Miami 14-6 to close the half as Gist 
scored six points and Hayes hit two 3-pointers. 



Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Milbourne 


33 


5-16 


3-8 


0-0 


7 


4 


3 








13 


Gisl 


21 


3-11 


0-0 


4-6 


4 


4 


1 


1 


1 


10 


Osby 


36 


3-5 


0-0 


3-3 


3 


2 


1 1 


1 


1 


9 


Hayes 


37 


5-8 


3-5 


1-1 


2 


1 


2 4 








14 


Vasquez 


39 


5-17 


1-6 


2-2 


8 


3 


6 5 


1 





13 


Walker 


11 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1 


3 


2 











Bowie 


3 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





1 


1 











Tucker 


8 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 


1 





1 











Bumey 


12 


24 


0-0 


M 


5 














4 


Team 










7 












Totals 


200 


23-62 


7-19 


10-12 


38 


18 


12 15 


3 


2 


63 






Field Goal 




_jaiintFG 




Free Throw 






IslHalf 


14-31 ,452 




4-10 


,400 




4-5 


800 






2nd Half 


9-31 ,290 




3-9 


,333 




6-7 


857 






Game 


23-62 ,371 




7-19 


,368 




10-12 


833 







'Canes 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


A 


TO B 


S TP 


Collins 


25 


6-11 


0-0 


0-0 


6 


2 


1 1 


1 12 


King 


29 


5-10 


0-0 


44 


5 


1 


1 5 


2 14 


Hurdle 


30 


0-5 


0-2 


9-10 


1 


3 





2 9 


Dews 


27 


5-7 


1-2 


2-2 


4 


2 





1 13 



liteClinton 28 


4-6 


24 


2-2 


5 





3 1 


12 


Graham 13 


0-2 


0-0 


2-2 


4 


2 


10 1 


2 


Rios 9 


14 


0-1 


0-0 





2 


1 


2 


Asbury 25 


4-7 


1-3 


34 


3 


2 


2 11 


12 


Hicks 14 


1-3 


0-0 


0-0 





2 


1 


2 


Team 








3 








Totals 200 


26-55 


4-12 


22-24 


31 


13 


12 6 7 9 


78 




Field Goal 




^JzPointFG 




Free Throw 




IslHalf 14-26 ,538 




3-7 


,429 




8-8 1,00 




2nd Half 12-29 ,414 




1-5 


,200 




14-16 ,875 




Game 26-55 ,473 




4-12 


,333 




22-24 .917 




Officials: Joe Lindsay. Roqer Ayers, Tim Nestor 


Technicals: None, 


Attendance: 6,058 


Score By Periods 


1st 




2nd 


Final 








MARYLAND 


36 




27 


63 




(17-11,7-6) 




Miami 


39 




39 


78 




(19-7,6-6) 





MARYLAND 



Game #29 

74 



WAKE FOREST 



70 



Feb. 28, 2008 • Winston-Salem, N.C. 
Joel Coliseum 

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - James Gist scored a career-high 31 
points and Maryland held off Wake Forest's late rally, beating the 
Demon Deacons on Thursday night. 

Greivis Vasquez added 24 points and Gist had 11 rebounds for 
the Terrapins (18-11, 8-6 Atlantic Coast Conference), who neariy 
blew two 1 1 -point leads but sealed it with three key defensive stops 
in the final 90 seconds. 

Freshman James Johnson had 25 points and 14 rebounds for 
Wake Forest (16-10, 6-7), and his three-point play with 1:54 left 
pulled the Demon Deacons to 71-70. 

Gist hit a free throw to push the lead to two, and Wake Forest 
didn't score again, coming up empty on its next three trips down 
the court, Johnson's pass was tipped and stolen by Gist, Ishmael 
Smith's go-ahead 3-pointer rattled in and out, and Harvey Hale's 
tying 3 bounced off the left iron. 

The Demon Deacons never led in the second half but tied it for 
the first time since midway through the first on Johnson's follow-up 
dunk made it 49-all with 14:43 left. 

That's when Vasquez took over, scoring the game's next seven 
points, converting a three-point play putting back his own miss and 
hitting a turnaround shot in the lane to start a 19-8 run. Eric Hayes 
capped the burst when he swished a 25-foot 3-pointer to push the 
lead to 68-57 with about 9 minutes left. 

Hayes added 11 points for Maryland, and Wake Forest's Chas 
McFarland scored 1 1 points before fouling out with about 3 minutes 
left. 



Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Milbourne 


23 


1-2 


0-1 


0-0 


6 


5 


1 3 





1 


2 


Gisl 


36 


9-15 


34 


10-12 


11 


3 


1 3 


2 


3 


31 


Osby 


24 


04 


0-1 


0-0 


4 





3 











Hayes 


32 


4-10 


3-8 


0-0 


3 


2 


6 








11 


Vasquez 


39 


9-15 


2-6 


4-6 


4 


4 


8 4 





1 


24 


Walker 


4 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 




















Bowie 


16 


1-3 


1-2 


0^ 


2 


2 


2 1 





1 


3 ; 


Tucker 


10 


0-1 


M 


1-2 


5 


2 











1 


Bumey 


16 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


2 


1 


2 





2 


Team 1 


Totals 


200 


25-51 


9-22 


15-20 


38 


20 


13 20 


4 


6 


74 






Field Goal 




_l£l!UltFG 










IslHalf 


14-24 .583 




7-13 


.538 




5-6 


.833 






2nd+lalf 


11-27 .407 




2-9 


.222 




10-14 


714 






Game 


25-51 .490 




9-22 


.409 




15-20 


750 






'Deacons 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


F 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


s 


TP 


Johnson 


33 


8-17 


1-3 


8-13 


14 


4 


1 5 





1 


25 


McFadand 


22 


5-9 


0-1 


14 


6 


5 


2 1 


3 





11 


Teaque 


26 


2-11 


0-1 


2-2 


2 


3 


1 2 





2 


6 


Smilh 


36 


3-11 


0-3 


0-0 


4 


1 


7 3 





3 


6 


Williams 


28 


24 


1-2 


2-3 


1 


4 


1 








7 


Clad( 


4 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 








1 





1 





Hale 


22 


2-6 


2-5 


2-2 


4 


2 


2 





3 


8 


Stanley 


3 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 








1 








2 


Skeen 


8 


0-1 


0-1 


0-0 


1 

















Weaver 


18 


24 


0-0 


1-2 


5 


1 





1 





5 


Team 1 H 


Totals 


200 


25^6 


4-16 


16-26 


38 


20 


14 13 


4 


10 


70 1 






Field Goal 




_iEaintFG 




Free Throw 




1 


1st Half 


13-31 ,419 




3-10 


.300 




4-9 


444 




1 


2nd Half 


12-35 ,343 




1-6 


.167 




12-17 


706 




1 


Game 


25-66 ,379 




4-16 


.250 




16-26 


615 




1 


Officials: Jamie Luckie, Bryan Kerrey, Ray Natlli I 


Technicals: None, fl 


Attendance: 13,686 ■ 


Score By Periods 


1st 




2nd 


Final 










1 


MARYUND 




40 




34 


74 




(18-11, f 


-6) 




1 


Miami 




,33 




37 


70 




(16-10,6-7) 




1 



200B-09 MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 




T 



CLEMSON 



Game #30 

73 



MARYLAND 



70 



March 2, 2008 • College Park, Md. 
Comcast Center 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. -Terrence Oglesby nailed the tie-breaking 
3-pointerwith 2.3 seconds remaining in tlie game as Clemson came 
away with a victory over Maryland on Sunday night. 

Clemson's (21-7, 9-5 AGO) James Mays scored 16 of his 20 
points in the second half and grabbed nine rebounds for the Tigers, 
who had lost two straight to Maryland. Trevor Booker added 18 points 
and Oglesby had 12. 

James Gist led the Tenapins (18-12,8-7 ACC) with 15 points and 
eight rebounds. Vasquez had 13 points, eight rebounds and seven 
assists. Adrian Bowie and Eric Hayes scored 12 points each. 

After a pair of Eric Hayes free throws gave Maryland a 68-55 
lead, Mays tallied the final seven points of a 9-0 ain. Mays converted 
a 3-point play with 3:00 left and capped the run with a slam after 
Oglesby had stolen the ball from Gist on the ensuing inbound play 
to make it 68-64. 

Gist had 11 points in the opening 20 minutes and Maryland 
scored 13 unanswered points after Booker's two-handed slam 
with 11 :03 left in the half. The Tigers failed to score for almost six 
minutes, turning the ball over six times in that span. 

Clemson started 8-for-21 from the floor, committed 14 first-half 
tumovers and squandered an early 1 8-1 5 lead. The Tenapins closed 
the half on a 22-7 njn for a 37-25 halttime lead. 



MARYLAND 



Game #31 

76 



VIRGINIA 



91 



Tigers 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Peny 


9 


M 


M 


M 


1 


1 








1 





Mays 


31 


9-14 


1-2 


1-1 


9 


1 


1 2 


1 


4 


20 


Booker 


26 


8-13 


M 


2-2 


5 


3 


1 4 


1 


1 


18 


Rivers 


26 


2-10 


M 


M 


4 


3 


5 2 








4 


Hammonds 


36 


2-^ 


14 


3-5 


4 


2 


3 2 


1 


2 


8 


Slilt 


23 


1-10 


04 


2-2 


2 


3 


4 3 








4 


Sykes 


8 


14 


M 


0-0 


4 


1 





1 





2 


Poller 


15 


1-2 


1-2 


0-0 


1 


2 


1 








3 


Oglesby 


21 


4-12 


4-10 


M 


3 


3 


1 





1 


12 


Grsnl 


5 


1-1 


0-0 


0-1 


1 





1 1 


1 





2 


Team 










4 


1 


1 








Tolals 


200 


29-72 


7-26 


8-11 


38 


20 


15 17 


5 


9 


73 






Field Goal 




_iailntFG 










1st Hall 


10-30 .333 




2-11 


.182 




3-5 


600 






aid Hall 


19^2 .452 




5-15 


.333 




5-6 


833 






Game 


29-72 403 




7-26 


.269 




8-11 


727 






Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


n 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


McAlpin 


6 


0-1 


M 


M 


1 





1 











Gisl 


35 


7-16 


14 


M 


8 


2 


2 3 


3 


1 


15 


Osby 


17 


2-5 


0^1 


2-3 


3 


4 


1 2 


1 





6 


Hayes 


35 


3-7 


14 


5^ 


5 





3 3 








12 


VasQuez 


40 


4-12 


0-5 


M 


8 


2 


7 7 





1 


13 


Milboume 


14 


2-6 


0-1 


0-1 


3 


2 


4 








4 


Walker 


3 


M 


0^1 


M 





1 








1 





Bowie 


12 


M 


0^1 


0-1 


1 











1 


12 


Tucker 


12 


0-1 


0-0 


0-2 


3 


2 


1 2 





1 





Bumey 


16 


3-6 


0-0 


0^1 


3 


2 


2 


4 





6 


Neal 


10 


1-2 


0-1 


O-O 


3 





1 





1 


2 


Team 










4 












Tolals 


200 


2M2 


2-15 


12-21 


42 


15 


18 21 


8 


6 


70 






Field Goal 




3-Point FG 










IslHall 


16-30 .533 




1-5 


.200 




4-9 


444 






2nd Han 


12-32 .375 




MO 


.100 




8-12 


667 






Game 


28-62 .452 




2-15 


.133 




12-21 


571 






Officials; Dou 


9 Sinno 
emson 


ns. Bernard Clinlon, Pat Driscoll 












Technicals: C 


Bench. 


















Attendance: 17,950 


Score By Periods 


1sl 




2nd 


Final 












Clemson 




2e 




48 


73 




(21-7,9-5) 






MARYLAND 




37 




33 


70 




(18-12.8-7) 







March 9, 2008 • Charlottesville, Va. 
John Paul Jones Arena 

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - Sean Singletary scored 27 points 
in what was likely his final home game and Virginia beat Maryland 
Sunday night. 

Singletary, honored with three other seniors beforehand, 
had his jersey retired and unveiled hanging from the ceiling. He 
finished in style, also added six rebounds and eight assists to help 
the postseason hopes of the Cavaliers (15-14, 5-11 Atlantic Coast 
Conference), and added his 2,000th career point on a layup with 
2:28 remaining. 

It gave Virginia an 82-73 lead and stopped a 5-point run by 
Maryland (18-13, 8-8). 

Greivis Vasquez led Maryland with 16 points and nine assists, 
Adrian Bowie scored 15, Bambale Osby 14 and Milbourne 12. 

Singletary also sparked the run that gave Virginia command, 
scoring on a layup with a 360-degree spin and then hitting two free 
throws to begin a 13-3 burst that gave Virginia a 51-44 lead with 
15:40 to go. 

Maryland closed to within 67-64 on Landon Milboume's dunk 
with 7: 1 6 to play but Laurynas Mikalauskas hit a pair of free throws 
and Tucker scored, pushing the lead back to seven. 

Tucker and Adrian Joseph added 13 each for Virginia, Diane 
had 12 and Mikalauskas and Calvin Baker each scored 11. 



Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


n 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Milboume 


24 


6-9 


0-2 


0-1 


2 


3 


1 








12 


Gisl 


30 


3-13 


0-2 


M 


8 


5 


1 3 


1 


1 


6 


Osby 


26 


6^ 


0-0 


24 




4 


1 3 








14 


Hayes 


22 


1-3 


1-3 


M 







1 





1 


3 


Vasquez 


37 


7-18 


2-8 


M 




3 


9 3 





1 


16 


Bowie 


20 


M 


34 


M 




4 


I 1 





1 


15 


Tucker 


17 


1-3 


0-1 


1-2 




1 


4 1 








3 


Bumey 


13 


24 


0-0 


0-0 







1 








4 


Neal 


11 


1-1 


1-1 


M 




1 


1 








3 


Team 






















Totals 


200 


33-67 


7-21 


3-7 


33 


21 


17 14 


1 


4 


76 






Field Goal 




_3=EflintFG 










1st Half 


17-35 .486 




1-8 


.125 




2-5 


400 






2nd Half 


16-32 .500 




6-13 


.462 




1-2 


500 






Game 


33-67 .493 




7-21 


.333 




3-7 


.429 






Cavaliers 


min 


FG 


J-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


s 


TP 


Joseph 


22 


4-9 


14 


4-6 


6 


1 








1 


13 


Scott 


14 


2-6 


0-1 


0-1 


3 


3 











4 


Pettinella 


7 


0-0 


M 


0-0 





3 





2 








Jones 


10 


0-1 


0-0 


0-0 








1 





1 





Singletary 


38 


8-15 


24 


9-9 


8 





8 4 





1 


27 


Baker 


28 


4-7 


1-2 


2-2 


5 





1 2 


1 


1 


11 


Mikalauskas 


30 


4-6 


0-0 


34 


4 


1 


3 2 








11 


Tucker 


26 


5-8 


2-3 


1-3 


6 


1 


1 1 








13 


Diane 


22 


4-10 


1-2 


3-3 


5 





1 1 


1 


1 


12 


Meyinsse 


3 


M 


^0 


0-0 


1 

















Team 1 


Tolals 


200 


31-62 


7-16 


22-28 


37 


9 


14 11 


4 


5 


91 






Field Goal 




3-Poinl FG 




Free Throw 






IslHalf 


11-30 .367 




3-10 


.300 




11-15 


733 






2nd Half 


2IH2 .625 




4^ 


.667 




11-13 


846 






Game 


31-62 .500 




7-16 


.438 




22-28 


786 






Officials: Karl Hess. Brian Dorsey. Roger Ayers 


Technicals: None. 


Attendance: 14.154 


Score By Periods 


Is 




2nd 


Final 












MARYLAND 




37 




39 


76 




(18-13,8-8) 






Virginia 




36 




55 


91 




(15-14, 5-11) 







A/7: 



ROSTON COLLEGE 



Game 



MARYLAND 




March 13, 2008- Charlotte, N.C. 

ACC Tournament • Charlotte Bobcats Arena 

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -Tyrese Rice scored 17 of his 19 points in the 
second half and Boston College snapped a six-game losing streak 
with a comeback win over Maryland on Thursday in the first round 
of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament. 

Rakim Sanders, with 13 points, was one of four other players 
in double figures for the llth-seeded Eagles (14-16), who rallied 
from anil -point second-half deficit to advance to play third-seeded 
Clemson on Friday 

James Gist scored 19 points and the Tenapins (18-14) shot 52 
percent but committed 21 tumovers. 

The Eagles fell behind 20-5 and 36-25 to start the second half, 
only to come back behind their dynamic point guard and his young 
teammates. 

Rice, who had been a one-man show for much of the season, 
hit two free throws in the closing seconds to send Maryland to its 
fifth loss in six games. 

Maryland turned the ball over on five straight possessions and 
Josh Southern's half-hook with 3:55 left capped a 13-0 nin to give 
Boston College a 60-50 lead. 

Maryland then scored seven straight points with turnover-creating 
full-court pressure, but Southern broke the streak with a layup with 
2:11 left. Rice's free throws ended another late comeback bid. 

With Gist hitting four of his first five shots and recording 
consecutive steals, Maryland scored 13 straight points to build a 
20-5 lead. The Eagles got within 31-25 at halftime. 

Gist hit a 3-pointer and a jumper to start the second half, only 
to watch Rice lead the Eagles on a 17-3 run to take a 42-39 lead. 



Eagles 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


s 


TP 


Rail 


24 


3-5 


0-0 


1-2 


5 


3 


2 





2 


7 


Gates 


17 


0-2 


0-2 


M 


2 


1 


2 


1 








Blair 


9 


0-1 


0^1 


M 





2 


1 


1 








Rice 


40 


7-18 


1-3 


4-5 


6 





4 4 





5 


19 


Sanders 


27 


5-11 


24 


1-2 


4 


4 


1 





2 


13 


Paris 


25 


4-8 


1-3 


34 


2 


1 


3 2 





2 


12 


Roche 


4 


0^1 


0^1 


M 








1 





1 





Spears 


31 


4-10 


0^1 


24 


9 


2 


1 2 





2 


10 


Southern 


23 


3-9 


M 


4-6 


8 


2 


3 


1 


1 


10 


Team 










5 












Tolals 


200 


26-64 


4-12 


15-23 


41 


15 


11 15 


3 


15 


71 






Field Goal 




_3:EointFG 










IslHalf 


10-33 .303 




2-9 


.222 




34 


750 






2nbHalf 


16-31 .516 




2-3 


.667 




12-19 


632 






Game 


2^64 .406 




4-12 


.333 




15-23 


652 






Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Milboume 


20 


3-5 


0-1 


34 


2 


4 


1 1 


1 





9 


Gisl 


35 


8-15 


1-3 


24 


6 


3 


2 4 


5 


4 


19 


Osby 


30 


2-6 


0-0 


1-2 


8 


4 


3 


4 


3 


5 


Hayes 


27 


4-6 


3-5 


M 


2 


2 


1 4 








11 


Vasquez 


39 


4-8 


0-2 


34 


7 


3 


9 6 





1 


39 


Walker 


2 


M 


O-O 


M 








1 











Bovyie 


13 


24 


M 


1-2 


1 





1 1 





1 


5 


Tucker 


21 


4-7 


M 


0-0 


1 


1 


1 








8 


Bumey 


7 


0-0 


M 


0-0 


1 





1 





2 





Neal 


6 


0-1 


0-0 


M 


1 


1 














Team 










2 












Totals 


200 


27-52 


4-11 


10-16 


31 


18 


15 21 


10 


11 


68 






Field Goal 




IPolnlPG 




Fme Throw 






IslHalf 


12-23 .522 




1-2 


.500 




6-10 


600 






2nd Half 


15-29 .517 




M 


.333 




4-6 


667 






Game 


27-52 .519 




4-11 


.364 




10-16 


625 






Officials: Ted Valentine. Ray Nabli. Raymie Styons 


Technicals: None. 


Attendance: 20.035 


Score By Periods 


Is 




2nd 


Rnal 












Boston College 




25 




46 


71 




(14-161 






MARYLAND 




31 




37 


68 




(18-14) 










fm 



2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
20 04 ACC CHAMPIONS 



Jf^ 



Game #33 

68 



58 



MARYLAND 

i iilNNE SOTA 

March 18, 2008 • Minneapolis, IVIinn. 
NIT First Round • Williams Arena 



MINNEAPOLIS -- Greivis Vasquez had 16 points and six 
rebounds in a victory over Minnesota on Tuesday night in the first 
round of the NIT 

Bambale Osby added 14 points and six boards for the fifth- 
seeded Terrapins (19-14), who advance to play top-seeded Syracuse 
at the Carrier Dome in the second round. 

Damian Johnson had 14 points and 12 rebounds for fourth- 
seeded Minnesota (20-14). 

Johnson also had four blocks and Lavurence Westbrook added 
11 points, but the Gophers were out-muscled in the paint and out- 
hustled in transition in the final game of Tubby Smith's first season 
as coach here. 

Maryland really got rolling during a six-minute span bridging the 
first and second halves. Maryland went on an 18-4 run, opening 
the second half with two soaring alley-oops to James Gist to take 
a 45-34 lead. 

Blake Hoffarber, the clutch lefty who downed Indiana in the Big 
Ten tournament quarterfinals with his buzzer-beating turnaround, 
hit a 3-pointer with 4:19 to play that cut Maryland's lead to 58-53. 

Gist, who finished with 1 1 points, came back with a big 3-pointer 
and Osby added a dunk to put the game out of reach. 



Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


s 


TP 


Gist 


33 


4-13 


1-3 


2-2 


6 


2 


1 


2 


3 


1 


11 


Osby 


26 


3-7 


0-0 


8-11 


6 


3 


1 


4 








14 


Hayes 


31 


U 


0-2 


0-0 


5 


1 


4 


1 





1 


2 


Vasquez 


39 


6-14 


2-8 


2-2 


6 





3 


3 








16 


Bowie 


20 


2-5 


0-1 


34 


3 


1 


2 


2 





2 


7 


Milboume 


13 


1-2 


0-0 


34 


2 


1 





2 





I' 


5 


Walker 


2 


0-0 


M 


M 


1 




















Dupree 


14 


1-2 


M 


44 


5 


2 





1 








6 


Tucker 


17 


24 


0-0 


1-2 


4 


2 


2 


1 





1 


5 


Bumey 


2 


1-1 


0^ 


M 


1 

















2 


Neal 


3 


0-1 


M 


0-2 


2 




















Team 










6 














Tolals 


200 


21-53 


3-14 


23-31 


47 


12 


13 


16 


3 


6 


63 






Field Goal 




_l£sintFG 












1st Half 


10-29 .345 




1-9 


.111 




12-16 


750 






2nd Half 


11-24 .458 




2-5 


.400 




11-15 


733 






Game 


21-53 .396 




3-14 


.214 




23-31 


742 






Gophers 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Coleman 


16 


04 


0-1 


M 


4 


5 





2 


1 


1 





Williams 


9 


1-3 


0-0 


0-0 


2 


3 








1 





2 


Nolen 


27 


1-5 


1-5 


0-0 


1 


1 


2 


2 





4 


3 


Westbrook 


31 


4-12 


1-2 


2-3 


1 


3 




4 








11 


Hoffarber 


26 


3-10 


3-8 


2-2 


6 
















11 


tiJcKenzie 


3 


M 


0^ 


0-0 


1 


1 




1 











Payton 


5 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 










2 











Busch 


10 


04 


0-3 


M 


1 


2 










1 





Abu-Sh'mla 


24 


4-10 


3-7 


M 


5 


3 




1 


1 





11 


Johnson 


35 


6-11 


04 


2-2 


12 


2 




1 


4 


4 


14 


Tollackson 


14 


2-8 


M 


2-2 


3 


3 




1 








6 


Team 










2 














Tolals 


200 


21-67 


8-30 


8-9 


38 


23 


12 


14 


7 


10 


58 






Field Goal 




_l£ffllltFG 






Eieejfirow 






IslHalf 


12-36 .333 




4-16 


.250 






4-5 


800 






2nd Half 


9-31 .290 




4-14 


.286 






44 


1.00 






Game 


21-67 .313 




8-30 


.267 






8-9 


889 






Officials: Ivlike Kitts, Jolm Hiqqins, Gary Praqer 


Tecfinicals: None. 


Attendance: 3,882 


Score By Periods 


1s 




2nd 


Final 














MARYLAND 




33 




35 


68 






(19-14) 






It^innesota 




32 




26 


58 






(20-14) 








MARYLAND 



Game #34 

72 



SYRACUSE 



88 



March 20, 2008 • Syracuse, N.Y. 
NIT Second Round ■ Carrier Dome 

SYfV^CUSE, N.Y. - Jonny Flynn had 23 points to lead four 
Syracuse starters in double figures as the Orange advanced to 
the quarterfinals of the NIT with a victory over Maryland Thursday 
night. 

Arinze Onuaku added 14 points and 14 rebounds for Syracuse 
(21-13). Paul Ham's added 19 points and Donte Greene tossed in 
16. 

Top-seeded Syracuse used a 15-5 spurt late in the second half 
to pull away from Maryland (19-15), which got 23 points and 11 
rebounds from James Gist before he fouled out in the final minute 
and a career-high 21 from Bambale Osby 

The Terps, a fifth seed, pulled ahead of the Orange to start the 
second half on three consecutive baskets by Osby. When Osby 
converted a 3-point play with 1 3:26 to go he gave Maryland a 54-53 
lead. 

But Syracuse regained the lead for good with its spurt, taking a 
68-59 lead on Flynn's basket with 8:52 to play 

Syracuse took a 40-38 halftime lead, withstanding an 18-point 
first half by Gist and Maryland's 60 percent shooting from the field. 
At one point. Gist scored 12 straight points for the Terps, who led 
by as many as eight points in the first half. 

But Syracuse outscored Maryland 12-0 over a 2-1/2 minute 
span late in the half to seize the lead and build its own eight-point 
cushion. Back-to-back 3s by Greene and Flynn gave the Orange 
their first lead of the night, 32-30, with 4:42 to play. 



Terps 


min 


FG 


3-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A 


TO 


B S 


TP 


Bowie 


18 


0-0 


0-0 


00 


1 


1 














Gist 


37 


10-15 


1-3 


2-6 


11 


5 


3 


6 


3 


23 


Osby 


29 


8-10 


M 


5-7 


7 


1 


1 


3 


3 


21 


Hayes 


30 


2-8 


2-7 


M 





2 


7 


3 





6 


Vasquez 


38 


2-10 


2-6 


2-2 


6 


4 


8 


2 


2 


8 


Milboume 


17 


14 


1-1 


M 


1 





1 


1 


1 


3 



Dupree 


11 


24 


0-0 


0-0 


1 


3 


2 








4 


McAlpin 


3 


0-2 


0-1 


0-0 


1 

















Tucker 


14 


3-5 


0-1 


14 


3 





1 1 








7 


Bumey 


2 


(H) 


0-0 


M 





1 














Neal 


1 


M 


0-0 


0-0 




















Team 1 


Totals 


200 


28-58 


6-19 


10-19 


32 


17 


21 18 


9 


6 


72 






Field Goal 




_3:aiintFG 




Free Throw 






IstHaJ 


16-27 .593 




3-7 


.429 




3-6 


500 






2nd Half 


12-31 .387 




3-12 


.250 




7-13 


538 






Game 


28-58 .483 




6-19 


.316 




10-19 


526 






Orange 


min 


FG 


J-FG 


FT 


R 


F 


A TO 


B 


S 


TP 


Greene 


38 


7-16 


2-5 


W) 


4 


3 


4 1 





5 


16 


Onqenaet 


25 


4-6 


0-1 


M 


4 


4 


3 


1 


2 


8 


Onuaku 


31 


7-12 


M 


0-2 


14 


4 


1 1 





2 


14 


Flynn 


34 


8-11 


34 


4-6 


1 





7 2 





1 


23 


Harris 


39 


5-13 


0-1 


9-12 


10 


3 


4 3 


2 


1 


19 


Jackson 


14 


0-1 


W) 


2-2 


1 


1 


1 1 


1 





2 


Janjine 


19 


3-9 


0-2 


M 


2 





4 1 





1 


6 


Team 










4 












Tolals 


200 


34-68 


5-13 


15-22 


40 


15 


21 12 


4 


12 


88 






Field Goal 




_lEmntFG 










1st Half 


18-36 .500 




2-7 


.286 




2-6 


333 






2nd Half 


16-32 .500 




3-6 


.500 




13-16 


813 






Game 


34-68 .500 




5-13 


.385 




15-22 


682 






Offrcials: Sid Rodeheffer, Mike Roberts. Tim Clouqhertv 


Technicals: 


Maryland 


Bench. 


















Attendance: 14,768 


Score By Periods 


1st 




2nd 


Final 












MARYLAND 




38 




34 


72 




(19-15) 






Syracuse 




40 




48 


88 




(21-13) 







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2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
200 4ACC CHAMPIONS 



w 



'ear-By-Year Finishes 



Year 



Overall 
Win Loss Pet. 



Final 
Rank 



Home Away Neu. 



Conference 
Win Loss Pet. Finish 



Conference Toum. 
Win Loss Finish 



Coach 



Postseason 



1904-05 



.000 



1910-11 



.250 



2-3 1-6 



1913-14 



1940-41 



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 




.333 


11th 


1 1 


Quarterfinals 


H. Burton Shipley 


1924-25 


12 


5 


.706 


7-2 


4-2 


1-1 


3 




.750 


4th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1925-26 


14 


3 


.824 


10-1 


4-1 


0-1 


7 




.875 


4th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1926-27 


10 


10 


.500 


7-2 


3-7 


0-1 


6 




.600 


9th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1927-28 


14 


4 


.778 


11-0 


34 




8 




.889 


4th 


DNP 




H. Burton Shipley 


1928-29 


7 


9 


.438 


3-5 


4-3 


0-1 


2 




.286 


21st 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1929-30 


16 


6 


.727 


10-3 


6-2 


0-1 


9 




.643 


10th 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1930-31 


18 


4 


.818 


10-2 


4-2 


4-0 


8 




.889 


2nd 


2 


CHAMPIONS 


H. Burton Shipley 


1931-32 


16 


4 


.800 


11-1 


5-2 


0-1 


9 




.900 


Tist 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1932-33 


11 


9 


.550 


10-2 


1-6 


0-1 


7 




.700 


3rd 


1 


First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 


1933-34 


11 


8 


.579 


94 


2-3 


0-1 


6 




.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 



1 21 .045 



1-10 0-11 



13 .000 15th 



DNP 



H. Burton Shipley 



|fc>.' 



194142 



15 .318 



4-5 3-10 



8 .273 T12th 



DNP 



H. Burton Shipley 



194243 


8 


8 


.500 




5-3 


3-5 




5 


5 


.500 


9th 


DNP 


H. Burton Shipley 




194344 


4 


14 


.222 




3-6 


1-7 


0-1 


2 


1 


.667 


4th 





First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




194445 


2 


14 


.125 




1-5 


1-8 


0-1 


2 


5 


.286 


9th 





First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




194546 


9 


12 


.429 




84 


1-7 


0-1 


5 


4 


.556 


5th 





First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




194647 


14 


10 


.583 




9-3 


5-6 


0-1 


9 


5 


.643 


5th 





First Round 


H. Burton Shipley 




194748 


11 


14 


.444 




64 


5-9 


0-1 


9 


7 


.563 


4th 





First Round 


Flucie Stewart 




194849 


9 


18 


.333 




4-5 


5-11 


0-2 


8 


7 


.533 


8th 





First Round 


Flucie Stewart 




1949-50 


7 


18 


.280 




6-6 


1-12 




5 


13 


.278 


13th 


DNF 


' Flucie Stewart 


1950-51 


16 


11 


.593 




10-3 


5-7 


1-1 


11 


8 


.579 


8th 


1 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 




1951-52 


13 


9 


.542 




8-1 


5-7 


0-1 


9 


5 


.643 


T6th 





First Round 


Bud Millikan 




1952-53 


15 


8 


.652 




8-2 


6-5 


1-1 


12 


3 


.800 


T2nd 


1 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 




1953-54 


23 


7 


.767 


[201 [NRl 


9-2 


114 


3-1 


7 


2 


.778 


2nd 


1 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 




1954-55 


17 


7 


.708 




7-2 


74 


3-1 


10 


4 


.714 


3rd 





Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1955-56 


14 


10 


.583 




9-5 


54 


0-1 


7 


7 


.500 


5th 





Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1956-57 


16 


10 


.615 




8-2 


5-6 


3-2 


9 


5 


.643 


2nd 


1 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 




1957-58 


22 


7 


.759 


[61161 


10-1 


64 


6-2 


9 


5 


.643 


4th 


3 


) CHAMPIONS 


Bud Millikan 


NCAA Elite Eiqht (2-1) 


1958-59 


10 


13 


435 




7-3 


2-8 


1-2 


7 


7 


.500 


T3rd 





Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1959-60 


15 


8 


.652 




8-2 


7-5 


0-1 


9 


5 


.643 


3rd 





Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1960-61 


14 


12 


.538 




9-2 


3-8 


2-2 


6 


8 


.750 


5th 


1 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 




1961-62 


8 


17 


.320 




4-6 


4-8 


0-3 


3 


11 


.214 


7th 





Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1962-63 


8 


13 


.381 




5-6 


3-6 


0-1 


4 


10 


.286 


T6th 





Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1963-64 


9 


17 


.346 




54 


2-10 


2-3 


5 


9 


.357 


6th 





Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1964-65 


18 


8 


.692 




9-3 


74 


2-1 


10 


4 


.714 


T2nd 


1 


Semifinals 


Bud Millikan 




1965-66 


14 


11 


.560 




7-3 


5-7 


2-1 


7 


7 


.500 


5th 





Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1966-67 


11 


14 


.440 




5-5 


4-8 


2-1 


5 


9 


.357 


T5th 





Quarterfinals 


Bud Millikan 




1967-68 


8 


16 


.333 




7-3 


1-11 


0-2 


4 


10 


.286 


6th 





Quarterfinals 


Frank Fellows 




1968-69 


8 


18 


.308 




4-6 


3-10 


1-2 


2 


12 


.143 


T7th 





Quarterfinals 


Frank Fellows 




1969-70 


13 


13 


.500 




104 


3-7 


0-2 


5 


9 


.357 


6th 





Quarterfinals 


Lefty Driesell 




1970-71 


14 


12 


.538 




114 


3-7 


0-1 


5 


9 


.357 


T6th 





Quarterfinals 


Lefty Driesell 




1971-72 


27 


5 


.844 


[141 [111 


14-0 


74 


6-1 


8 


4 


.667 


T2nd 


2 


Finals 


Lefty Driesell 


NIT CHAMPIONS (4-0) 


1972-73 


23 


7 


.767 


[81 [101 


12-1 


84 


3-2 


7 


5 


.583 


3rd 


2 


Finals 


Lefty Driesell 


NCAA Elite Eiqht (1-1) 


1973-74 


23 


5 


.821 


[41 [41 


12-1 


7-3 


4-1 


9 


3 


.750 


T2nd 


2 


Finals 


Lefty Driesell 




1974-75 


24 


5 


.828 


[51151 


12-2 


10-1 


2-2 


10 


2 


.833 


1st 





Quarterfinals 


Lefty Driesell 


NCAAEIite Eiqht (2-1) 


1975-76 


22 

19 


6 
8 


.786 
.704 


[111 [131 


13-2 


8-3 


1-1 


7 


5 


.583 


T2nd 


1 


Semifinals 


Lefty Driesell 




1976-77 




154 


3-3 


1-1 


7 


5 


.583 


4th 





Quarterfinals 


Lefty Driesell 




1977-78 


15 


13 


.536 




104 


1-8 


4-1 


3 


9 


.250 


6th 


1 


Semifinals 


Lefty Driesell 




1978-79 


19 


11 


.633 




124 


44 


3-3 


6 


6 


.500 


4th 


1 


Semifinals 


Lefty Driesell 


NIT Second Round (1-1) 


1979-80 


24 


7 


.774 


[81 [81 


16-0 


44 


4-3 


11 


3 


.786 


1st 


2 


Finals 


Lefty Driesell 


NCAASweet16(1-1) 


1980-81 


21 


10 


.677 


[181(11] 


12-3 


5-5 


4-2 


8 


6 


.571 


4th 


2 


Finals 


Lefty Driesell 


NCAASecond Round (1-1) 



200B-a9 MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 



T 



Year 


Overall 
Win Loss 


Pet 


Final 
Rank 


Home 


Away 


Neu. 


Conference 
Win Loss Pet. 


Finish 


Conference Tourn. 
Win Loss Finish 


Coaeh 


Postseason 


1981-82 


16 


13 


.551 




13-3 


2-8 


1-2 


5 


9 


.357 


5th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Leftv Driesell 


NIT Second Round (2-1)-^ 


1982-83 


20 


10 


.667 




14-3 


54 


1-3 


8 


6 


.571 


T3rd 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Leftv Driesell 


NCAASecond Round (1-1) 


1983-84 


24 


8 


.750 


Mil 1101 


13-2 


64 


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 


Lefty Driesell 


NCAASweet16(2-1) 


1985-86 


19 


14 


.576 




10-5 


6-7 


3-2 


6 


8 


.429 


6th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Lefty 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 




8-4 


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 




Gary 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 


[NR1I201 


10-3 


4-6 


4-3 


8 


8 


.500 


T4th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Gary Williams 


NCAASweet16(2-1) 


1994-95 


26 


8 


.765 


1101(111 


16-0 


44 


64 


12 


4 


.750 


Tist 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Gary Williams 


NCAA Sweet 16 (2-1) 


1995-96 


17 


13 


.567 




11-3 


3-5 


3-5 


8 


8 


.500 


T4th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Gary Williams 


NCAA First Round (0-1) 


1996-97 


21 


11 


.656 


[221 (NRl 


11-3 


54 


54 


9 


7 


.562 


T4th 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Gary Williams 


NCAA First Round (0-1) 


1997-98 


21 


11 


.656 


[2011151 


12-2 


3-5 


64 


10 


6 


.625 


3rd 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Gary Williams 


NCAASweet16(2-1) 


1998-99 


28 


6 


.824 


151 181 


13-1 


7-3 


8-2 


13 


3 


.813 


2nd 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Garv Williams 


NCAASweet16(2-1) 


1999-00 


25 


10 


.714 


11711251 


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 


Gary Williams 


NCAA Final Four (4-1) 


2001-02 


32 


4 


.889 


141111 


15-0 


7-2 


10-2 


15 


1 


.938 


1st 


1 1 


Semifinals 


Gary Williams 


NCAA CHAMPIONS (6-0) 


2002-03 


21 


10 


.667 


11711101 


14-2 


44 


34 


11 


5 


.688 


T2nd 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Gary Williams 


NCAASweet16(2-1) 


2003-04 


20 


12 


.625 


11911241 


124 


4-5 


4-3 


7 


9 


.438 


6th 


3 


CHAIvlPIONS 


Gary Williams 


NCAASecond Round (1-1) 


2004-05 


19 


13 


.594 




15-3 


2-7 


2-3 


7 


9 


.438 


T6th 


1 


Quarterfinals 


Gary Williams 


NIT Semifinals (3-1) 


2005-06 


19 


13 


.594 




14-3 


2-7 


3-3 


8 


8 


.500 


6th 


1 1 


Quarterfinals 


Gary Williams 


NIT First Round (0-1) 


2006-07 


25 


9 


.735 


11811231 


17-2 


64 


2-3 


10 


6 


.625 


T3rd 


1 


First Round 


Gary Williams 


NCAASecond Round (1-1) 


2007-08 


19 


15 


.559 




13-6 


6-5 


04 


8 


8 


.500 


T5th 


1 


First Round 


Gary Williams 


NIT Second Round (1-1) 


fl/Mlndlcatesfinal rankings 


n AP and Coaches Polls 























CoachinB Histo ry 






JL_L 



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H. Burton 
Shipley 

;923-24 10 1946-47 
24 seasons 

Overall: 253-218 (.537) 
SC: 124-91 (.577) 



Flucie 
Stewart 

194748 to 1949-50 
3 seasons 

Overall: 27-50 (.351) 
SC: 22-27 (.468) 



Bud 
Millikan 

1950-51 to 1966-67 
17 seasons 

Overall: 243-182 (.572) 
SC/ACC: 130-109 (.544) 



Arena Histoi y 



Frank 


Charles 


Fellows 


"Lefty" 


1967-6810 1966-69 


Driesell 


2 seasons 


1969-70 lo 1985-86 


Overall; 16-34 (320) 


17 seasons 


ACC: 6-22 (.214) 


Overall: 348-159 (.68 




ACC: 122-100 (.550) 



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i 




Bob 


Gary 


Wade 


Williams 


1986-8710 1988-89 


1989-90 10 Present 


3 seasons 


19 seasons 


Overall: 36-50 (.419) 


Overall: 397-214 (.650) 


ACC: 7-35 (.167) 


ACC: 165-137 (.546) 




The Gymnasium 

1923-24 to 1930-31 

All-Time Record: 61-21 (8) 

H. Burton Sliipley (61-21 in 8 seasons) 



Ritchie Coliseum 

1931-32 to 1954-55 

All-Time Record: 169-90 (24) 
H. Burton Siiipley (111-65 in 16 seasons) 
Flucie Stewart (16-15 in 3 seasons) 
Bud Millikan (42-10 in 5 seasons) 



Cole Field House 

1955-58 to 2001-02 

All-Time Record: 476-151 (47) 

Bud Millikan (86-42 in 12 seasons) 
Frank Fellows (11-9 in 2 seasons) 
Charles "Lefty" Driesell (21344 in 17 seasons) 
Bob Wade (21-21 in 3 seasons) 
Gary Williams (155-35 in 13 seasons) 



Comcast Center 

2002-03 to Present 

All-Time Record; 85-20 (6) 
Gary Williams (85-20 In 6 seasons) 







2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2G04 ACC CHAMPIONS 



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AU-Time In The AP Poll 

Maryland Week-By-Week In Associated Press Polls 



■Not Ranked- 



1M9-50 




-NotR 


ankcd- 


































1950-51 




-NolRankcd- 


































1351-52 




-NotRanked- 


































1952-53 




-Not Ranked- 


































1953-54 


D8 


D15 


D22 


D29 


J5 


J12 


J19 
14 


J26 

13 


F2 
13 


F9 

11 


F16 

11 


F23 

11 


M2 

17 


M9 
14 


M23 

20 










1954-55 


D7 


D14 


D21 


D28 


J4 
11 


J11 

11 


J18 

6 


J25 

8 


F1 
12 


F8 

11 


F15 
11 


F22 

17 


Ml 
18 


M8 












1955-56 




-Nol Ranked- 


































1956-57 




-Nol Ranked- 


































1957-58 


D10 


D17 

6 


D24 

6 


D31 

7 


J7 
11 


J14 

8 


J21 
6 


J28 

9 


F4 
8 


F11 

9 


F18 
14 


F25 

17 


M4 

17 


Mil 

6 












1958-59 




-NolRanked- 


































1959-60 




-NolRanked- 


































1960-61 


D13 

12 


D20 


D27 


J3 


J10 


J17 


J24 


J31 


F7 


F14 


F21 


F28 


M7 














1961-62 




-NotRanked- 


































1962-63 




-NotRanked- 


































1963-64 




-Not Ranked- 


































1964-65 




-Nol Ranked- 


































1965-66 




-NolRanked- 


































1966-67 




-Nol Ranked- 


































1967-68 




-Nol Ranked- 


































1968-69 




-Nol Ranked- 


































1969-70 




•Not Ranked- 


































1970-71 




-Nol Ranked- 


































1971-72 


PS 

6 


D7 

5 


D14 

15 


D21 

15 


D28 

16 


J4 
12 


J11 


J18 


J25 

18 


F1 


F8 


F15 
19 


F22 
12 


F29 

18 


H7 
13 


M14 

14 








1972-73 


PS 
3 


D5 

3 


D12 

3 


D19 
2 


D26 

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 


D11 

4 


D18 
2 


D25 

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 


D10 

5 


D17 

5 


D24 

5 


D31 

7 


J7 

5 


J14 

5 


J21 

3 


J28 

8 


F4 
4 


F11 
3 


F18 
3 


F25 

2 


M4 

2 


Mil 

4 


M18 

4 


M25 

5 


A2 

5 


1975-76 


PS 

3 


D2 

2 


D9 

2 


D16 
2 


D23 

2 


D30 

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 


D7 
17 


D14 

14 


D21 

15 


D28 
16 


J4 
15 


J11 

14 


J18 

13 


J25 


F1 


F8 


F15 


F22 


Ml 


M8 


M15 






1977-78 


PS 
14 


N29 

14 


D6 

12 


D13 

18 


D20 

20 


027 
14 


J3 

15 


J10 


J17 


J24 


J31 


F7 


F14 


F21 


F28 


M6 


M13 






1978-79 


PS 


N28 

19 


D5 

19 


D12 


D19 


026 


J3 

20 


J9 


J16 
19 


J23 


J30 

17 


F6 


F13 


F20 


F27 


M6 


M13 






1979-80 


PS 


D4 


D11 


D18 


D26 


J2 


J8 


J15 


J22 

15 


J29 
12 


F5 
7 


F12 

8 


F19 

9 


F26 

7 


M4 

8 










1980-81 


PS 

4 


D2 

4 


D9 

4 


D16 

9 


D23 

9 


O30 

9 


J6 

8 


J13 
10 


J20 
10 


J27 

14 


F3 
13 


F10 
19 


F17 
20 


F24 

17 


M3 
20 


M10 
18 








1981-82 




-NolRanked- 


































1982-83 




-Nol Ranked- 


































1983-84 


PS 

8 


N29 
6 


D6 

11 


D13 

9 


D20 

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 


D4 


D11 


D18 


D25 


J1 

19 


J8 


J15 


J22 


J29 

17 


F5 

20 


F12 

20 


F19 


F26 


MS 


M12 






1985-86 


PS 

19 


N26 

17 


D3 


D10 


D17 


024 


031 


J7 


J14 


J21 


J28 


F4 


F11 


F18 


F25 


M4 


Mil 






1986-87 




-Nol Ranked- 


































1987-88 




-NolRanked- 


































1988-89 




-NolRankcd- 


































1989-90 




-NolRanked- 


































1990-91 




-Nol Ranked- 


































1991-92 




-Nol Ranked- 


































1992-93 




-Nol Ranked- 


































1993-94 


PS 


N22 


N29 


D6 


D13 


020 


027 


J3 


J10 


J17 

25 


J24 

18 


J31 

21 


F7 


F14 


F21 


F28 


M7 


M14 




1994-95 


PS 

7 


N21 

7 


N28 

11 


D5 

11 


D12 

12 


019 
11 


026 

9 


J3 

7 


JIG 

9 


J17 

8 


J24 
8 


J31 

5 


F6 
8 


F13 

7 


F20 

7 


F27 
6 


M6 
10 


Ml 3 

10 




1995-96 


PS 

15 


N20 

14 


N27 

19 


D4 

20 


D11 


018 


025 


J2 


J9 


J16 


J22 


J29 


F5 


F12 


F19 


F26 


M4 


Mil 




1996-97 


PS 


N19 


N25 


D2 


D9 


016 

25 


023 
21 


030 
19 


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 


D8 

19 


D15 
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 


D7 
2 


D14 
5 


021 

5 


028 

4 


J4 

5 


J11 

5 


J18 

4 


J25 

4 


F1 

7 


F8 

7 


F15 

5 


F22 

5 


Ml 

5 


MS 
5 




1999-00 


PS 


N15 


N22 

24 


N29 

24 


D6 

21 


013 

16 


020 

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 


D4 

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 


MS 

11 


Ml 2 

11 


2001-02 


PS 
2 


N19 

6 


N26 

5 


D3 
3 


D10 

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 


N25 
11 


D2 

9 


D9 

18 


016 

24 


023 

23 


D30 

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 


D1 


D8 


015 

22 


022 

24 


029 


J5 


J12 


J19 


J26 


F2 


F9 


F16 


F23 


Ml 


MS 


M15 

19 


2004-05 


PS 

15 


N22 

13 


N29 
12 


D6 

23 


D13 
23 


O20 

24 


027 

24 


J3 

22 


J10 

RV 


J17 
RV 


J24 

RV 


J31 

22 


F7 

RV 


F14 

22 


F21 

RV 


F28 

RV 


M7 






2005-06 


PS 

24 


N14 
24 


N21 

23 


N28 

23 


DS 

21 


012 

17 


019 
16 


026 

16 


J2 
14 


J9 
23 


J16 
22 


J23 

18 


J30 

RV 


F6 

RV 


F13 


F20 


F27 


M6 


M13 


2006-07 


PS 


N13 


N20 

?5 


N27 

23 


D4 

23 


Oil 

RV 


018 

RV 


025 

RV 


J1 

RV 


J8 

RV 


J15 

RV 


J22 

RV 


J29 
RV 


F5 
RV 


F12 


F19 
RV 


F26 
24 


M5 

17 


Mil 
18 


2007-08 


PS 

RV 


N12 

RV 


N19 

RV 


N26 


D3 


D10 


017 


024 


031 


J7 


J14 


J21 

RV 


J28 


F4 


F11 

RV 


F18 


F25 


M3 


M10 



Note: A total of 26 teams have been ranked No. 2 al least once in all-time AP polls, Uiat have never been ranked No. 1 . Maryland leads ttie way with 23 No. 2 rankings without ever reaching No, 1 . A 
lis'ing: Maryland 23; Louisville 15; Wake Forest 10; Purdue 10; Dayton 7; St. Bonavenlure 7; UTEP 4, Auburn 3; Florida State 3: California 3; Minnesota 3; Louisiana State 2; NYU 2; Pittsbu^h 2; SI. 
Joseph's2; Utah 2;Villanova2:Clemson1; Davidson 1; Long Island 1; Pennsylvania 1;SantaClara1; Southern California 1;SMU l;VanderbiIt1; Washington 1. 



Maryland in 
Final Polls 



Year 


APRank 


Coaches Rank 


1954 


20 


NR 


1958 


6 


6 


1972 


14 


11 


1973 


8 


10 


1974 


4 


4 


1975 


5 


5 


1976 


11 


13 


1980 


8 


8 


1981 


18 


11 


1984 


11 


10 


1994 


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 


2007 


18 


23 



AP Poll History 

The Associated Press (AP) has mainiained its poii consistently since 
ttie 1948-49 season. The poll consisted of just 10 teams tsKveen 
the 1 960-61 and 1967-68 seasons, and was expanded to include 25 

teams since the 1989-90 season. 

Poll Oebut: Jan 19, 1954|No 14) 

Tout Polls All-Time: 351 

Most Consecutive Polls: 79 (Feb. 15. 1972 to Jan. 18, 1977) 

Current Consecutive Polls: 

Total rears In The AP Poll: 30 

Most Consecutive Years: 14 (1993-94 to 2006-07) 

Current Consecutive Years: 

Total Appearances In AP Final Poll: 20 

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 (Feb, 4. 1975 to Jan. 

20, 1976) 
Current Consecutive Polls In AP Top 5. 



Total Top 10 Listings— 

#10 S9 #8 «7 


iffi 


«5 


#4 


#3 


#2 


#1 


10 14 19 17 


16 


28 


23 


18 


23 






Coaches Poll 
History 

Onginated by United Press Internationa! (UPI) in the 1950-51 season, 
USA Today has administered the national Coaches Poll since the 
1992-93 season. From 1993-97, il vras known as the USA Today; 
CNN Poll, It was Ihe USAToday/NABC Poll in 1998 and 1999. Since 
2000. il has been the USA TodayCSPN Poll. Tlie poll consisted of 

20 teams until expanding to 25 teams in 1990-91. 

PollOebut:Jan.4, 1955(No 14) 

Total Polls All-Time 326 

Most Consecutive Polls: 70 (Feb, 23. 1998 to Dec, 1, 2003) 

Current Consecutive Polls: 

Total Years In The Coaches Poll: 30 

Most Consecutive Years: 14 (1993-94 to 200607) 

Current Consecutive Years: 

Total Appearances In Coaches Final Poll: 19 

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 (l^amh 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 

to Final 2002) 
Current Consecutive Polls In Coaches Top 5: 
Total Top 10 Listings— 
#10 #9 #8 #7 #6 « S4 #3 « #1 



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Week-By-Week In Ail-Time Coaches Polls 

1950-51 -NolRanksd- 




1551-52 




-NotRanked- 
























1952-53 




-NolRanked- 
























1953-54 




-Not Ranked- 
























1954-55 


D7 


D14 D21 


028 


J4 

14 


J11 

14 


J18 

11 


J25 

12 


F1 

14 


F8 

18 


F15 
17 


F22 


Ml 


M8 


1955-56 




■NolRanked- 
























1956-57 




-Nol Ranked- 
























1957-58 


010 


D17 D24 

9 9 


D31 
7 


J7 
12 


J14 
7 


J21 
7 


J23 

11 


F4 

10 


F11 

8 


F18 

11 


F25 

15 


M4 

17 


Mil 

6 


1958-59 


D9 


D16 D23 


D30 


J6 


J13 


J20 


J27 


F3 

16 


F10 


F17 


F24 


M2 


M9 


155M0 




-NolRanked- 
























1960-61 


D6 


D13 D20 

15 


027 


J3 


J10 


J17 


J24 


J31 


F7 


F14 


F21 


F28 


M7 



1961-62 


-NotRanked- 


1962-63 


-NotRanked- 


196344 


-NotRanked- 


196445 


-NolRariked- 


'96546 


-Nol Ranked- 


196647 


-NolRanked- 


196748 


-NolRanked- 


196849 


-Not Ranked- 


1969-70 


-Nol Ranked- 


1970-71 


-Nol Ranked- 




Gary Williams with the Sears Trophy, presented annually to the NCAAChampion 
and No. 1 ranked team in the USA Today/ESPN coaches poll as sponsored by 
the NABC. Williams received the crystal trophy at a morning press conference 
following the national championship game, in downtown Atlanta. 



1971-72 


PS 


07 

5 


014 

15 


021 

13 


028 

14 


J4 

10 


J11 

20 


J18 

15 


J25 
16 


F1 


F3 

17 


F15 

14 


F22 

11 


F29 

13 


M7 

14 


M14 

11 








1972-73 


PS 


05 

3 


012 

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 


329 

6 


F5 
7 


F12 
6 


F19 
6 


F26 

5 


MS 
5 


M12 

4 










1974-75 


PS 


oto 

10 


017 
6 


024 
7 


031 
7 


J7 

6 


J14 

6 


J21 

4 


J28 

8 


F4 

4 


F11 

3 


F18 

3 


F25 
2 


M4 

2 


Mil 

5 










1975-76 


PS 


09 

3 


D16 

3 


D23 

2 


030 
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 


J1S 

18 


J25 


F1 


F8 


F15 


F22 


Ml 


M8 










1977-78 


PS 


06 

12 


013 

18 


020 

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 












1979-80 


PS 


04 


Oil 


D18 


026 


J2 


J8 


J1S 


J22 

14 


J29 
13 


F5 

5 


F12 

7 


F19 

7 


F26 

7 


M4 

8 










1980-81 


PS 


09 

4 


D16 

9 


D23 

9 


030 

9 


J6 

8 


J13 

7 


J20 

7 


J27 

13 


F3 

11 


F10 

16 


F17 


F24 

20 


M3 


M10 

20 










1981-82 




-NolRanked- 


































1982-83 




-Not Ranked- 


































1983-84 


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 


018 
18 


025 

20 


J1 
16 


38 


J15 


J22 


J29 
17 


F5 
19 


F12 

19 


F19 

19 


F26 


MS 


M12 






198S86 




-NotRanked- 


































198M7 




-NolRanked- 


































1987-88 




-NolRanked- 


































198M9 




-Not Ranked- 


































1989-90 




-NotRanked- 


































1990-91 




-Nol Ranked- 


































1991-92 




-NotRanked- 


































1992-93 




-Nol Ranked- 


































1993-94 


PS 


N29 


06 


013 


020 


027 


J3 


J10 


J17 


J24 

21 


J31 

21 


F7 


F14 


F21 


F2S 


M7 


M14 


AS 

20 




1994-95 


PS 

14 


N28 

10 


05 
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 


M13 

10 


A4 

11 




199S-9< 


PS 

19 


N20 

14 


N27 

16 


04 

19 


Oil 
24 


018 

25 


025 

24 


J2 


J9 


J16 


J22 


J29 


F5 


F12 


F19 


F26 


M4 


Mil 


A3 


1996-97 


PS 


N19 


N25 


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 

18 


J4 


J11 


J18 


J25 

24 


F2 


F9 

25 


F16 


F23 

25 


Ml 

24 


M8 

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 


J25 
4 


F1 
6 


F8 

7 


F15 

5 


F22 

5 


Ml 
5 


M8 
5 


M31 
8 




1999-00 


PS 
23 


N22 
22 


N29 

23 


06 
19 


013 

14 


020 

15 


027 

16 


J3 

15 


J10 

16 


J17 


J24 

21 


J30 

21 


F7 
22 


F14 
22 


F21 

19 


F28 

19 


M6 

19 


M13 
16 


A3 

25 


200041 


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 


326 

3 


F4 

3 


F11 

3 


Fie 

2 


F2S 

2 


M4 
2 


Mil A2 
4 1 


2002-03 


PS 

15 


N25 
11 


02 

8 


09 

16 


016 

23 


023 

22 


O30 

20 


J6 

17 


J13 

15 


J20 

It 


J27 

9 


F3 

8 


F10 

15 


F17 

13 


F24 

14 


M3 

12 


M10 

15 


M17 

17 


A7 

10 


2003-04 


PS 

25 


N24 
24 


01 

25 


08 


015 


022 

25 


029 


J5 


J12 


J19 


J26 


F2 


F9 


F16 


F23 


Ml 


M8 


M15 
21 


M27 

24 


2004^)5 


PS 

16 


N22 

14 


N29 

12 


06 
17 


013 

19 


O20 

21 


027 
24 


J3 
21 


J10 
RV 


J17 

RV 


J24 


J31 
24 


F7 
RV 


F14 

RV 


F21 

RV 


F28 

RV 


M7 


M13 




2005-06 


PS 

21 


N21 

20 


N28 

20 


OS 
17 


012 

17 


019 

16 


026 

14 


J2 
12 


J9 
21 


J16 
22 


J23 

19 


330 
23 


F6 
RV 


F13 


F20 


F27 


M6 


M13 




2006-07 


PS 

RV 


N13 
RV 


N20 

24 


N27 

19 


04 

22 


Oil 

RV 


018 

RV 


D25 

RB 


J1 
RV 


J8 
25 


J1S 
22 


J22 

RV 


J29 

RV 


F5 

RV 


F12 


F19 

RV 


F26 

RV 


MS 

20 


Mil A3 
22 23 


2007-08 


PS 

RV 


N12 
RV 


N19 

RV 


N26 


03 


010 


D17 


024 


031 


J7 


J14 


J21 


J28 


F4 


F11 
RV 


F18 


F25 


M3 


MiO A2 



No. 1 Terps! 

Maryland has been ranked No. 2 a total of 37 times 
between the AP and Coaches Polls, but achieved rts 
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, ttius the No, 1 ranking by USA 
Today/ESPN remains the only poll in which Maryland 
has ever been ranked No. 1. The Terrapins' four losses 
in 2002 (Oklahoma, Duke, Arizona. NC State) were all 
on the road to teams ranked in the USA 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 ttirough April 1 , 2002): 



Team 


Points 


Prev, 


1.IVIARYLAND(31)(32-4) 


775 


4 


2. Kansas (33-4) 


720 


2 


3. Indiana (25-12) 


701 


NR 


4, Oklahoma (31-5) 


692 


3 


5. Duke (31-4) 


606 


1 


6. (tie) Connecticut (27-7) 


586 


13 


6. (tie) Oregon (26-9) 


586 


11 


8. Cincinnati (314) 


489 


5 


9. Pittsburqfi (29-6) 


482 


7 


10. Arizona (24-10) 


458 


T8 


11. Illinois (26-9) 


410 


T16 


12, Kent State (30-6) 


402 


NR 


13. Kentucky (22-10) 


394 


15 


14. Alabama (27-8) 


281 


T8 


15. Missouri (24-12) 


272 


NR 


16.Gonzaqa(29-4) 


264 


6 


17. Ohio State (24-8) 


237 


12 


18. (tie) Marquette (25-8) 


186 


10 


18. (tie) Texas (22-12) 


186 


NR 


20. UCLA (21-12) 


170 


NR 


21. Mississippi State (27-8) 


162 


18 


22. Southem Illinois (28-8) 


157 


NR 


23. Flonda (22-9) 


140 


14 


24.Xavier(26-6) 


116 


19 


25. NC State (23-11) 


86 


25 



Dropped Out: No. 16 (tie) Southem Cal, No, 
20 Western Kentucky. No, 21 Miami. Fla„ No, 
22 Oklahoma State, No, 23 Stanford, No, 24 
Hawaii, 

Others Receiving Votes: USC 80, Miami. Fla, 
66, Wake Forest 54. Notre Dame 44, 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, 




2G02 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
20 04 ACC CHAMPIONS 



1 



individual Records 



Scoring 

Game: 44 


Emest Gratiam vs. NO State (12-20-78) 


Season: 776 


Walt Williams (1992) 


Fr.; 582 


Joe Smith (1994) 


So.: 708 


Joe Smith (1995) 


Jr.: 701 


Len Bias (1985) 


Sr.: 776 


Walt Williams (1992) 


Career: 2,269 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


Scoring Average 

Season: 26.8 Walt Williams (1992) 


Fr: 19.7 


Joe Smith (1994) 


So.: 21.2 


Tom McMlllen (1972) 


Jr.: 23.3 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


Sr.: 26.8 


Walt Williams (1992) 


Career: 20.5 


Tom McMlllen (1974) 


Rebounds 

Game: 26 Len Elmore vs. Wake Forest (2-27-74) 


Season: 412 


Len Elmore (1974) 


Fr.: 323 


Buck Williams (1979) 


So.: 362 


Joe Smith (1995) 


Jr.: 363 


Buck Williams (1981) 


Sr.: 412 


Len Elmore (1974) 


Career: 1.053 


Len Elmore (1972-74) 


Rebounding Average 

Season: 14.7 Len Elmore (1974) 


Fr.: 10.7 


Joe Smith (1994) 


So.: 11.0 


Len Elmore (1972) 


Jr: 12.2 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


Sr.: 14.7 


Len Elmore (1974) 


Career: 12.2 


Len Elmore (1972-74) 


Assists 

Game: 15 


Greivis Vasquez vs. NO State (2-9-08) 


15 


Terrell Stokes vs. W. Carolina (11-14-98) 


Season: 286 


Steve Blake (2002) 


Fr: 217 


Steve Blake (2000) 


So.: 248 


Sieve Blake (2001) 


Jr.: 286 


Steve Blake (2002) 


Sr.: 221 


Steve Blake (2003) 


Career: 972 


Steve Blake (2000-2003) 


Steals 

Game: 9 


Johnnv Rhodes at North Carolina (2-7-96) 


9 


Johnny Rhodes vs. American (12-23-95) 


Season: 110 


Johnny Rhodes (1996) 


Fr.: 71 


Steve 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) 


Blociced Shots 

Game: 12 Cedric Lewis at South Florida (1-20-91) 


12 


Demck Lewis at James Ivladison (1-28-87) 


Season: 143 


Cedric Lewis (1991) 


Fr.: 99 


Derrick Lewis (1985) 


So.: 97 


Joe Smith (1995) 


Jr.: 114 


Derrick Lewis (1987) 


Sr: 143 


Cedric Lewis (1991) 


Career: 339 


Derrick Lewis (1985-88) 




Mike Jones 



Field Goal Percentage 

Game: 1.000 Ryan Randle vs. Wagner (10 of 10, 14-03) 




1.000 


Lonny Baxter vs. North Texas (10 of 10, 12-23-98) 


Season: 


.647 


Buck Williams (183 of 283. 1981) 


So.: 


.606 


Buck Williams (143 of 236, 1980) 


Jr.: 


.643 


Greg Manning (196 of 305, 1980) 


Sr.: 


.647 


Buck Williams (183 of 283, 1981) 


Career: 


.615 


Buck Williams (446 of 725, 1979-81) 


Field Goals Made 

Game: 18 Emest Graham vs. NC Slate (12-20-78) 


Consecutive in Game: 




10 


Ryan Randle vs. Wagner (1-4-03) 




10 


Lonny Baxter vs. North Texas (12-23-98) 




10 


Bairy Yates vs. Miami (Fla.) (1 2-29-70) 




10 


Keith Gatlin vs. Clemson (2-17-85) 


Consecutive in Multiple Games: 




16 


Ryan Randle (over three games during the 2003 season; 
also an ACC record) 


Season: 


275 


Albert King (1980) 


Fr. 


190 


John Lucas (1973) 


So.: 


253 


John Lucas (1974) 


Jr.: 


275 


Albert King (1980) 


Sr: 


270 


Adrian Branch (1985) 


Career: 


862 


Albert King (1977-81) 




862 


John Lucas (1973-76) 


Held Goals Attempted 

Game: 34 Gene Shue vs. Washington & Lee (2-12-53) 


Season: 


542 


Walt Williams (1992) 


Fr.: 


395 


Joe Smith (1994) 


So.: 


606 


Juan Dixon (2000) 


Jr.: 


527 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


Sr.: 


542 


Walt Williams (1992) 


Career: 


1,713 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 



3-Point Field Goals Made 

Game: 9 Mike Jones vs. Missouri-Kansas City (12-13-06) 


Season: 


92 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


Fr. 


59 


Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


So.: 


64 


Greivis Vasquez (2008) 


Jr.: 


64 


Teyon McCoy (1990) 


Sr.: 


92 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


Career: 


239 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


3-Point Field Goals Attempted 

Game: 13 Danny Miller vs. Clemson (1-22-00) 




13 


Mike Jones vs. Missouri-Kansas City (12-13-06) 


Season: 


240 


Walt Williams (1992) 


Fr. 


175 


Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


So.: 


207 


Greivis Vasguez (2008) 


Jr.: 


164 


Teyon McCoy (1990) 


Sr.: 


240 


Walt Williams (1992) 


Career: 


615 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


Free Throw Percentage 

Game: 1.0D0 JenyGreenspanvs. Minnesota (14 of 14, 12-10-60) 


Season (min, 50 att): 

,908 Greg Manning (79 of 87, 1980) 


Season (min. 100 
.903 


att): 
Chris McCrav (102 of 113, 2005) 


Career: 


,858 


Greg Manning (315 of 367, 1978-81) 


Free Throws Made 

Game: 17 Tom McMlllen 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) 


Free Throws Attempted 

Game: 24 Keith Booth vs. George Washington (12-9-96) 


Season: 


297 


Keith Booth (1997) 


Fr. 


229 


Joe Smith (1994) 


So.: 


282 


Joe Smith (1995) 


Jr.: , 


214 


Keith Booth (1996) 


Sr.: 


297 


Keith Booth (1997) 


Career: 


824 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 


Games Played 

Season: 37 Len Bias (1985) 




37 


Adrian Branch (1985) 


Career: 


141 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


Consecutive in a ( 
141 


lareer: 
Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


Games Started 

Season: 37 Len Bias (1985) 




37 


Adrian Branch (1985) 


Career: 


136 


Steve Blake (2000-2003) 


Consecutiv 


> in a Career: 
126 Keith Booth (1994-97) 




Len Bias 



Keith Booth 



Len Elmore 



Adrian Branch 



Johnny Rhodes 



Joe Smith 



Walt Williams 



200S-0a MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 





T 



Individual Leaders 




Most Points, Game 
(30-point scorers) 

1- 44 Ernest Graham vs. NC State (12-20-78) 

2. 43 Al Bunge vs. Yale (14-60) 

3. 41 Len Bias at Duke (1-25-86) 

Gene Shue vs. Washington & Lee (2-12-53) 



5, 40 Joe Smith vs. Duke (3-1-95) 






Ernest Graham 




Tom McMillen 




Gary Ward 



S - Gene Shue vs. Wake Forest (3-6-53) 



A - Walt Williams vs. Clemson (3-1 2-92) 



c - Walt Williams at Florida State (2-5-92) 



A - Alt)ert King vs. Clemson (2-29-80) 



Jim O'Brien vs. North Carolina (1-27-73) 



Howard White vs. South Carolina (12-16-70) 



36 Evers Bums vs. Georgia Tech (2-6-93) 



35 Nik Caner-Medley vs. Temple (1/15/05) 



Exree Hipp vs. Towson State (12-23-93) 



Jeirod Mustafvs. Duke (2-10-90) 



Len Bias at Nortri Carolina (2-20-86) 



34 Walt Williams at Clemson (2-22-92) 



Tony Massenburg vs. Georgia Tech (2-3-90) 



John Lucas vs. NC Slate (1-28-76) 



John Lucas vs. Wake Forest (1-10-76) 



Gary Ward vs. Wake Forest (2-7-6 



N - Juan Dixon vs. Kansas (3-30-02) 



Juan Dixon vs. Georgia Tech (2-16-C 



A - Keith Booth vs. Georgia Tech (3-9-96) 



Joe Smith vs. Clemson (2-25-95) 



Joe Smith vs. Utah (11-22-94) 



Joe Smitri vs. Rider (11-30-93) 



c - Walt Williams at Virginia (1-29-92) 



Matt Roe vs. Georgia Tech (2-13-91) 



Walt Williams vs. North Carolina (1-10-90) 



Len Bias at George Mason (11-26-85) 



Tom McMillen vs. Navy (1-20-73) 



Tom McMillen vs. Canisius (12-17-71) 



Howard White vs. Georgetown (12-14-70) 



II Helzel vs. South Carolina (3-6-69) 



Bob O'Brien vs. Clemson (1-7-56) 



A - Bob Kessler vs. Duke (3-1-56) 



32 Lonny Baxter vs. Norfolk State (12-23-00) 



Laron Profit at Florida State (2-27-99) 



Steve Francis vs. Clemson (2-24-99) 



Kevin McLinton vs. Florida State (2-13-93) 



c Wait Williams at North Carolina (1-13-92) 



Rudy Archer vs. Mt. St Mary's (12-8-87) 



Albert King vs. Wake Forest (1-20-80) 



Tom McMillen vs. Georgetown (12-13-71) 



Barry Yates vs. Miami, Fla. (12-29-70) 



49. 31 Juan Dixon vs. Duke (2-9-00) 



Lonny Baxter vs. NC State (2-6-00) 



Juan Dixon vs. Georgia Tech (1-15-00) 



N -Joe Smith vs Texas (3-18-95) 



Walt Williams vs. '/irginia (3-7-92) 



c - Walt Williams vs Clemson (1-25-92) 



Walt Williams vs. West Virginia (12-7-91) 



N -Len Bias vsUNLV (3-16-86) 



Ernest Graham vs. Bucknell (12-22-79) 



John Lucas at North Carolina (2-15-75) 



John Lucas vs. Duke (2-2-74) 



A- John Gilchnst vs. NC State (3-13-04) 



Juan Dixon vs. NC State (2-20t]1) 



Juan Dixon vs. Wake Forest (1-17-01) 



Johnny Rhodes vs. Kentucky (11-24-95) 



Joe Smith vs. Massachusetts (12-10-94) 



Joe Smith at Oklahoma (12-7-93) 



c - Walt Williams vs. Florida Stale (1-18-92) 



c - Walt Willi a ms vs. NC Stale (1-11-92) 



Walt Willia ms vs Rutg ers (12-27-90) 



Walt Willia ms vs^ Boston Co llege (12-3-90) 



JetTod Mus laf vs Delaware State (1 1-25-89) 



Tony Mas senburg vs Georgia T ech (2-14-89) 

Len Bias vs Georgia Tech (2-22-86) 

Len Bias vs. Vi llanova [1-27-85)^ 

Adrian Branch vs. Virginia (1-30-85) 



Albert King at Virginia (2-21-79) 



John Lucas vs. NC Stale (1-16-75) 



Barry Yates vs. Richmond (1-2-71) 



39 c - Walt Williams vs. Wake Forest (1-22-92) 



c-consecuBve games during the 1991-92 season; N-NCAA Tournament: 
A-ACC Tournament S-Southem Conference Tournament 



Multiple 30-Point 
Scoring Games 

1. 15 Wall Williams (1989-92) 



Tom McMillen at George Washington (12-4-71) 



23. 33 Nik Caner-Medley at Georgia Tech (1-25-06) 



Derrick Lewis vs. Md. Baltimore County (2-18-87) 



60. 30 Nik Caner-Medley at Temple (1-2&<I6) 



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 Wall 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 


JerrodMustaf(1990) 


15. 


605 


Will Helzel (1969) 


16. 


582 


Joe Smith (1994) 


17. 


579 


Steve Francis (1999) 


18. 


577 


Greivis Vasquez (2008) 


19. 


564 


John Lucas (1974) 


20. 


561 


Lonny Baxter (2001) 


21. 


559 


Albert King (1981) 


22. 


557 


Tony Massenburo (1990) 




557 


John Lucas (1976) 


24. 


552 


Drew Nicholas (2003) 


25. 


547 


Lonny Baxter (2000) 


26. 


541 


Adrian Branch (1983) 


27. 


537 


Terence Morris (2000) 


28. 


533 


Lonny Baxter (2002) 


29. 


525 


James Gist (2008) 


30. 


524 


Tom McMillen (1974) 


31. 


521 


Terence Moms (1999) 


32. 


518 


Evers Bums (1993) 


33. 


512 


Jay McMillen (1965) 


34. 


511 


Nik Caner-Medley (2005) 


35. 


510 


Derrick Lewis (1987) 


36. 


506 


Laron Profit (1998) 


37. 


505 


D.J. Strawberry (2007) 


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 


Adrian Branch (1982-85) 


5. 


2,015 


John Lucas (1973-76) 


6. 


1,858 


Lonny Baxler (1999-02) 


7. 


1,807 


Tom McMillen (1972-74) 


8. 


1,776 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 


9. 


1.743 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 


10, 


1,733 
1,704 


Terence Morns (1998-01) 


11. 


Walt Williams (1989-92) 


12. 


1,607 


Ernest Graham (1978-81) 


13 


1,573 


Nik Caner-Medley (2003-061 


14. 


1,566 
1,561 


Laron Profit (1996-99) 


15. 


Greg Manning (1978-81) 


16 


1,457 
1,414 


Derrick Lews (1985-88) 


17. 


James Gist (2005-08) 


18. 


1,386 


Gene Shue (1952-54) 


19. 


1.372 


Exree Hipp (1993-96) 


20. 


1,370 


Will Helzel (1968-70) 


21, 


1,354 


Tony Massenburg (1986, 88-90) 




Walt Williams 




Len Bias 




Juan Dixon 



T 




Gene Shue 




Len Elmore 




Al Bunge 




im 



Mike Jones 



Scoring Average, Season 
(20.0 or more) 



Rebounds, Game (20 or more) 

1 26 Len Elmore alWake Forest (2-27-74) 



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22. 


1,315 


Evers Burns (1990-93) 


23. 


1.300 


Jay McMillen (1965-67) 


24. 


1,290 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


25. 


1,266 


Bob Kessler (1954-56) 


26. 


1,244 


Lee Brawlev (1949-52) 


27. 


1,235 


Jim O'Brien (1971-73) 


28. 


1,221 


Drew Nicliolas (2000-03) 


29. 


1,219 


Steve Sheppard (1975-77) 


30. 


1,198 


Larry Gibson (1976-79) 


31. 


1,180 


Mil<e Jones (2004-07) 


32. 


1,172 


ObinnaElsezie (1996-99) 


33. 


1,161 


Maurice Howard (1973-76) 


34. 


1,153 


Bud Williams (1978-81) 


35. 


1.139 


Steve Blake (2000-2003) 


36. 


1,126 


D.J. Strawberry (2004-07) 


37. 


1,123 


Duane Simpkins (1993-96) 


38. 


1,109 


Ekene Ibekwe (2004-07) 


39. 


1,108 


Chris McCray (2003-06) 


40. 


1.094 


Gary Ward (1964-66) 


41. 


1,087 


Keith Gatlin (1984-86, 88) 


42. 


1,064 


Kevin McLinton (1990-93) 


43. 


1,026 


Brad Davis (1975-77) 


44. 


1,022 


John Gilchrist (2003-05) 


45. 


1,017 


Len Elmore (1972-74) 


46. 


1,007 


Lawrence Boston (1976-78) 



7. 


321 


Joe Smith (1994) 


Tom Roy (1975) 


9. 


318 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


10. 


314 


Tony Massenburq (1990) 


11. 


308 


Lonny Baxter (2000) 


12. 


306 


Tom McMillen (1972) 



Rebounds, Career 
(500 or more) 

1. 1.053 Len Elmore (1972-74) 



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. 217 


Albert King (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 Tom McMillen (1972-74) 


2. 20.2 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


3. 187 


Gene Shue (1952-54) 


4. 18.3 


John Lucas (1973-76) 


5. 18.0 


Will Hetzel (1968-70) 


6. 17.4 


Albert King (1978-81) 


7. 16.8 


JerrodMustaf (1989-90) 


8. 16.2 


Walt Williams (1989-92) 


9. 16.1 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 



2. 


24 


Len Elmore vs. Kent State (1-2-73) 


Will Hetzel vs. W. Virginia (12-4-68) 


4. 


23 


Derrick Lewis at J. Madison (1-28-87) 


5. 


22 


Buck Williams vs. Louisville (12-13-80) 


Buck Williams alUNLV (12-4-78) 


Al Bunge vs. Georgetown (2-26-58) 


Bob Kessler vs. Georgetown (2-26-56) 


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. Florida St. (1-11-94) 


Tony Massenburg at Ga. Tech (2-13-90) 


Len Elmore vs. Duke (2-2-74) 


Len Elmore vs. Richmond (1-2-74) 


Rebounds, Season 

1. 412 Len Elmore (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) 



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 


Larry Gibson (1976-79) 




8. 


859 


Tom McMillen (1972-74) 




9. 


849 


Bob Kessler (1954-56) 




10. 


795 


Al Bunge (1958-60) 




11. 


783 


James Gist (2005-08) 




12. 


781 


Ekene Ibekwe (2004-07) 




13. 


745 


Len Bias (1983-86) 




14. 


722 


Tony Massenburg (1986, 88-90) 




15. 


715 


Albert King (1978-81) 




16. 


704 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-1996) 




17. 


689 


Will Hetzel (1968-70) 




18. 


683 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 




19. 


671 


ObinnaEkezie (1996-99) 




20. 


659 


Nik Caner-Medley (2003-06) 




21. 


651 


Rod Horst (1968-70) 




22. 


636 


Hemian Veal (1981-84) 




23. 


634 


Evers Burns (1990-93) 




24. 


629 


Lawrence Boston (1976-78) 




25. 


628 


Travis Garrison (2003-06) 




26. 


615 


Gary Ward (1964-66) 




27. 


599 


Juan Dixon (1999-2002) 






599 


Bob Kessler (1953-56) 




29. 


586 


Tom Roy (1972-75) 




30. 


582 
572 
572 


Steve Sheppard (1974-77) 




31. 


Ernest Graham (1977-81) 






Laron Profit (1995-1999) 




33. 


570 


Rodney Elliott (1994-98) 




34. 


546 


Adrian Branch (1981-85) 




35. 


542 


Jay McMillen (1964-67) 




36. 


511 


Ben Coleman (1982-84) 




37. 


501 


Jerry Greenspan (1960-63) 




Rebounding Average, Season 

1. 14.7 Len Elmore (1974) 


2. 


14.0 


Bob Kessler (1956) 




3. 


12.6 


Al Bunge (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) 






10.9 


Bob Kessler (1954-56) 




4. 


10.7 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 




5. 


10.6 


Al Bunge (1958-60) 




Assists, 

1. 15 


Game 

Greivis Vasguez vs. NC State (2-9-08) 






15 


Terrell Stokes vs. W. Carolina (11-14-98) 




2. 


14 


Steve Blake vs. No. Carolina (1-9-02) 






14 


Terrell Stokes vs. Towson St. (11-30-96) 




4. 


13 


Steve Blake vs. Duguesne (11-30-02) 






13 


Steve Blake vs. Wake Forest (2-24-02) 






13 


Steve Blake vs. Duke (2-17-02) 






13 


Steve Blake vs. Clemson (1-20-02) 






13 


Steve Blake vs. Stony Brook (12-6-00) 






13 


Steve Francis vs. Virginia (2-6-99) 






13 


Keith Gatlin vs. Virginia (1-30-84) 






Buck Williams 




Herman Veal 




Terrell Stokes 



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Assists, 

1. 286 


Season (150 or more) 

Steve Blake (7.9 apq; 2002) 


2. 248 


Steve Blake (6.9 apq; 2001) 


3. 231 


Greivis Vasquez (6.8 apq; 2008) 


4. 221 


Steve Blake (7.1 apq; 2003) 


221 


Keith Gatlin (6.0 apq; 1985) 


6. 217 


Steve Blake (6.2 apq; 2000) 


7. 213 


Terrell Stokes (6.3 apq; 1999) 


8. 204 


Keith Gatlin (6.4 apq; 1986) 


9. 178 


John Lucas (5.9 apq; 1973) 


10. 175 


Kevin l\(cLinton (6.3 apq; 1993) 


11. 172 


RudyArcher (5.5 apq; 1988) 


12. 165 


Brad Davis (5.9 apq; 1976) 


13. 162 


DuaneSimpkins (4.8 apq; 1995) 


14. 159 


John Gilchrist (5.0 apq; 2004) 


- 159 


John Lucas (5.6 apq; 1974) 


15. 157 


Greivis Vasquez (4.6 apq; 2007) 



Assists 

1. 972 


, Career (300 or more) 

Steve Blake (7.0 apq; 2000-03) 


2. 


649 


Keith Gatlin (5.3 apq; 1984-86, 88) 


3. 


593 


Terrell Stokes (4.6 apq; 1996-99) 


4. 


514 


John Lucas (4.7 apq; 1973-76) 


5. 


483 


Duane Simpkins (4.1 apq; 1993-96) 


6. 


469 


Kevin McLinton (5.2 apq; 1990-93) 


7. 


460 


Dutch Morlev (3.8 apq; 1979-82) 


8. 


437 


Johnny Rhodes (3.6 apq; 1993-96) 


9. 


431 


Brad Davis (5.1 apq; 1975-77) 


10. 


410 


Walt l/Villiams (3.9 apq; 1989-92) 


11. 


388 


Greivis Vasquez (5.7 apq; 2007-08) 


12. 


371 


Juan Dixon (2.6 apq; 1999-02) 


13. 


360 


JeffAdkins (2.8 apq; 1982-85) 


14. 


364 


John Gilchrist (4.0 apq; 2003-05) 


15. 


346 


EmestGraham (2.9 apq; 1978-81) 


16. 


316 


D.J. Strawbeny (2.8 apq; 2004-07) 


17. 


304 


Albert Kinq (2.6 apq; 1978-81) 


Steals, 

1. 9 


Game 

Johnny Rhodes at No. Carolina (2-7-96) 




9 


Johnny Rhodes vs. American (12-23-95) 


3. 


8 


Juan Dixon vs. Florida State (1-26-02) 




8 


Juan Dixon vs. No. Carolina (1-9-02) 




8 


Juan Dixon vs. Georqia Tech (1-6-01) 




8 


Terrell Stokes vs. S.C. State (12-27-98) 


7. 




Chris McCray vs. Waqner (1-4-03) 






Juan Dixon vs. UMES (12-30-00) 






Laron Profit vs. Clemson (1-16-97) 






Johnny 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. SL Mary's (11-23-91) 


Steals, 

1. 110 


Season 

Johnny Rhodes (3.7 spq; 1996) 


2. 


96 


Juan Dixon (2.7 spq; 2000) 


3. 


95 


Juan Dixon (2.6 spq; 2001) 




95 


Steve Francis (2.8 spq; 1999) 


5. 


92 


Juan Dixon (2.6 spq; 2002) 



87 



Laron Profit (2.7 spq; 1998) 



Johnn y Rhodes (2 5 spq; 1995) 



78 



Johnn y Rhodes (2 6 spq; 1994) 



11. 


162 


Terence Moms (1.3 spq; 1998-01) 


12. 


145 


Nik Caner-Medley (1.2 spq; 2003-06) 


13. 


137 


Denick Lewis (1.1 spq; 1985-88) 


14. 


136 


Kevin McLinton (1.5 spq; 1990-93) 


15. 


123 


John Gilchrist (1.4 spq, 2003-05) 




123 


Ernest Graham (1 .0 spq; 1 978-81 ) 


17. 


120 


Duane Simpkins (1.1 spq; 1993-96) 


Blocked Shots, Game 

1. 12 Cedric Lewis at South Florida (1-20-91) 


Derrick Lewis at James (*1adison (1-28-87) 


3. 


10 


Denick Lewis vs. UMES (2-27-87) 


Derrick Lewis vs. UMBC (2-18-87) 


Derrick Lewis vs. Towson State (2-21-85) 


Derrick Lewis vs. Tennessee (11-24-84) 


7. 


8 


Ekene Ibekwe vs. Mount St. Mary's (12-28-06) 


Cedric Lewis vs. Georqia Tech (2-13-91) 


Cedric Lewis vs. UMBC (1-7-91) 


Cedric Lewis vs. Calif.-lrvine (12-11-90) 


Lany Gibson vs. St. Joseph's (12-29-78) 


Blocked Shots, Season 

1. 143 CedricLewis(5.1bpq;1991) 


2. 


114 


Dem'ck Lewis (4.4 bpq; 1987) 


3. 


99 


Derrick Lewis (2.7 bpq; 1985) 


4. 


97 


Joe Smith (2.9 bpq; 1995) 


5. 


93 


Joe Smith (3.1 bpq; 1994) 


6. 


88 


Ekene Ibekwe (2.7 bpq; 2007) 


7. 


79 


Terence Morris (2.2 bpq; 2001) 




79 


Lonny Baxter (2.3 bpq; 2000) 


9. 


77 


James Gist (2.3 bpq; 2008) 




77 


Terence Moms (2.3 bpq; 1999) 


11. 


72 


James Gist (2.1 bpq; 2007) 


12. 


71 


Terence Moms (2.1 bpq, 1900) 




71 


Derrick Lewis (2.2 bpq; 1986) 


14. 


69 


Lonny Baxter (2.0 bpq; 2002) 


15. 


67 


Larry Gibson (2.5 bpq; 1977) 


Blocked Shots, Career 

1. 339 Derrick Lewis (2.7 bpq; 1985-88) 


2. 


256 


Terence tiJorris (1.7 bpq; 1998-01) 


3. 


239 


Cedric Lewis (2.5 bpq; 1988-91) 


4. 


231 


James Gist (1.8 bpq; 2005-08) 


5. 


230 


Ekene Ibekwe (1.8 bpq; 2004-07) 


6. 


227 


LonnyBaxter(1.6 bpq; 1999-02) 


7. 


190 


Joe Smith (3.0 bpq; 1994-1995) 


8. 


182 


Lanv Gibson (1.8 bpq; 1976-79) 


9. 


136 


Travis Ganison (1.1 bpq; 2003-06) 


10. 


132 


TahiHolden (1.0 bpq; 2000-03) 


11. 


125 


ObinnaEkezie (1.1 bpq; 1996-99) 


12. 


97 


Tony Massenburq (0.9 bpq; 1986. 88-90) 


13. 


87 


Len Bias (0.7 bpq; 1983-86) 


14. 


86 


Buck Williamsd.O bpq; 1979-81) 




86 


Nik Caner-Medley (0.7 bpq; 2003-06) 


16. 


81 


Walt Williams (0.8 bpq; 1989-92) 


17. 


75 


Ben Coleman (1.2 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) 



9. 


71 


Steve Blake (2 G spq 


2000) 




71 


Johnny Rhodes (2 5 spq; 1993) 


11. 


69 
68 


D.J. Strawberry (2 spq; 2007) 


12. 


Laron Profit (2 spq; 


1999) 


13. 


67 
64 


Terrell Stokes (2 sp 
Keith Booth (2,0 spq. 


T 1999) 


14. 


1997) 




64 


Dutch Morlev (2.1 spt 


; 1980) 


Steals, 

1. 344 


Career 

Johnny Rhodes (2 8 spg; 1993-96) 


? 


333 


Juan Dixon (2,4 spg; 


1999-02) 


3. 


252 


Laron Profit (2 1 spq; 


1996-99) 


4. 


234 


Steve Blake (17 spq 


2000-03) 


B. 


193 


Keith Booth (1,5 spq; 1994-97) 


7. 


190 
175 


Terrell Stokes (15 spq; 1996-99) 


8. 


Walt Williams (1 7 sp 


; 1989-92) 


9. 


170 


Dutch Morlev (1 4 spc 


; 1979-82) 


10. 


166 


Chris McCray (1.6 spq, 2003-06) 



FG Percentage, Game 
(min. 8 att.) 



FG Percentage, Season 
(min. 100 att.) 

1. .647 (183-283) Buck W illiams (19811_ 




Ekene Ibekwe 




Cedric Lewis 



1. 1.000(10-10) 


Lonny Baxter vs. No. Texas (12-23-98) 


(10-10) 


RyanRandlevs Waqner (1-4-03) 


(9-9) 


Steve Francis vs. NO State (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 vsCanisius (12-23-78) 


(8-8) 


Gary Williams vs. S Carolina (12-10-66) 


(8-8) 


Greq Manninq vs F Dickinson |12-10-80) 


(8-8) 


Ben Coleman vs. Duquesne 112-10-83) 


(8-8) 


Ben Coleman vs. Wake Forest (2-26-84) 




Derrick Lewis 



2. 


.643 


(196-305) 


Greq Manninq (1980) 


3. 


.611 


(102-167) 


Charles Pittman (1982) 


4. 


.608 


(194-319) 


Ben Coleman (1984) 


5. 


.606 


(143-236) 


Buck Williams (1980) 




Greg Manning 




Steve Blake 




Albert King 




2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACC CHAMPIONS 



FG Percentage, Career 

1. .615 (446-725) Buck Williams (1979-81) 




2, .589 


(376-638) Ben Coleman (1983-84) 




3. .583 


(623-1068) Greg Manning (1978-81) 




4. .576 


(438-760) Lawrence Boston (1976-78) 




5. .555 


(699-1259) Tom McMillen (1972-74) 




6. .553 


(712-1287) Lonnv Baxter (1999-02) 




7. .551 


(484-878) Larry Gibson (1976-79) 




8. .550 


(451-819) Joe Smith (1994-95) 




9. .547 


(485-886) Maurice Howard (1973-76) 




10. .540 


(554-1044) Derrick Lewis (1985-88) 




11. .536 


(838-1562) Len Bias (1983-86) 




12. .535 


(386-721) Brad Davis (1975-77) 




13. .530 


(491 -927) Steve Sheppard ( 1 975-77) 




14. .525 


(393-748) JerrodMustaf (1989-90) 




15. .5247 


(862-1,643) John Lucas (1973-76) 




Field Goals Made, Season 

1 275 Albert King (1980) 


2. 274 


Len Bias (1985) 




3. 270 


Adrian Branch (1985) 




4. 267 


Len Bias (1986) 




5. 256 


Walt Williams (1992) 




6. 253 


John Lucas (1974) 




7. 251 


Juan Dixon (2002) 




8. 250 


Tom McMillen (1973) 




9. 245 


Joe Smith (1995) 




10. 236 


JerrodMustaf (1990) 




11. 235 


Tom McMillen (1972) 




12. 234 


Juan Dixon (2000) 




13. 233 


John Lucas (1976) 




233 


Will Hetzel (1969) 




15. 232 


Juan Dixon (2001) 




232 


Albert King (1981) 




Field Goals Made, Career 

1. 862 Albert King (1978-81) 


862 


John Lucas (1973-76) 




3. 838 


Len Bias (1983-86) 




4. 802 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 




5. 767 


Adnan Branch (1982-85) 




6. 712 


Lonnv Baxter (1999-02) 




7. 699 


Tom McMillen (1972-74) 




8. 686 


Ernest Graham (1978-81) 




9. 684 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 




10. 644 


Terence Morris (199801) 




11. 623 


Greq Manning (1978-81) 




12. 589 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 




13. 583 


Laron Profit (1996-99) 




583 


Walt Williams (1989-92) 




15. 570 


Nik Caner-Mediey (2003-06) 




Field Goals Attempted, Season 

1 542 Walt Williams (1992) 


2. 535 


Juan Dixon (2002) 




3, 529 


Adrian Branch (1985) 




4. 527 


Will Hetzel (1969) 




5. 519 


Len Bias (1985) 




6. 506 


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 


Gene Shue (1954) 




12. 468 


Bob Kessler (1955) 




13. 462 


Albert King (1981) 




14. 461 


Greivis Vasquez (2008) 




15. 456 


John Lucas (1976) 




Field Goals Attempted, Career 

1. 1.713 Juan Dixon (1999-02) 




2. 1,673 


Albert King (1978-81) 




3. 1,643 


John Lucas (1973-76) 




4. 1,579 


Adrian Branch (1982-85) 




5. 1,562 


Len Bias (1983-86) 




6. 1,482 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 




7. 1,363 


Ernest Graham (1978-81) 




8. 1,300 


Terence Morris (1998-01) 




9. 1,291 


Keith Booth (1994-97) 




10. 1,287 


Lonny Baxter (1999-02) 




11. 1,259 


Tom McMillen (1972-74) 





12. 


1,251 


Walt Williams (1989-92) 


13. 


1,242 


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 


Walt Williams (1992) 


3. 


81 


Mike Jones (2007) 


4. 


74 


Drew Nicholas (2003) 


5. 


64 


Greivis Vasquez (2008) 




64 


Steve Blake (2003) 




64 


Teyon McCoy (1990) 


8. 


62 


Juan Dixon (2001) 


9. 


61 


Mike Jones (2006) 


10. 


60 


Saiunas Jasikevicius (1998) 


11. 


59 


Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


12. 


56 


Eric Hayes (2008) 




56 


Keith Gatlin (1988) 


14. 


49 


Juan Dixon (2000) 


15. 


48 


Matt Roe (1991) 




48 


Rudy Archer (1988) 



3-Point Field Goals Made, 
Career 

1. 239 Juan Dixon (1999-02) 



2. 


203 


Mike Jones (2004-07) 


3. 


186 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 


4. 


182 


Steve Blake (2000-03) 


5. 


176 


Drew Nicholas (2000-03) 


6. 


154 


Wall Williams (1989-92) 


7. 


136 


Sanjnas Jasikevicius (1995-98) 


8. 


132 


Teyon McCoy (1987-88, 90) 


9. 


130 


Duane Simpkins (1993-96) 


10. 


116 


Nik Caner-Medley (2003^)6) 


11. 


105 


Laron Profit (1996-99) 


12. 


103 


Chris McCray (2003-06) 


13. 


101 


Terence Monris (1998-01) 


14. 


95 


Greivis Vasquez (2007-08) 


15. 


89 


Terrell Stokes (1996-99) 




John Lucas 



3-Point Field Goals Attempted, 
Season 

1. 240 Walt Williams (1992) 



2. 


232 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


3. 


207 


Gre'nfis Vasquez (2008) 


4. 


184 


Mike Jones (2007) 


5. 


178 


Drew Nicholas (2003) 


6. 


173 


Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


7. 


164 


Teyon McCoy (1990) 


8. 


156 


Matt Roe (1991) 


9. 


154 


Steve Blake (2003) 


10. 


151 


Juan Dixon (2001) 




151 


Laron Profit (1998) 


12. 


147 


Mike Jones (2006) 


13. 


143 


Eric Haves (2008) 


14. 


135 


Juan Dixon (2000) 




135 


Johnny Rhodes (1996) 




Matt Roe 



3-Point Field Goals Attempted, 
Career 

1. 615 Juan Dixon (1999-02) 



2. 


557 


Johnny Rhodes (1993-96) 


3. 


495 


Mike Jones (2004-07) 


4. 


478 


Steve Blake (2000-03) 


5. 


447 


Drew Nicholas (2000-03) 


6. 


429 


Walt Williams (1989-92) 




429 


Sanjnas Jasikevicius (1995-98) 


8. 


348 


Nik Caner-Medley (2003-06) 


9. 


326 


Laron Profit (1996-99) 


10. 


320 


Duane Simpkins (1993-96) 


11. 


316 


Teyon McCoy (1987-88, 90) 


12. 


312 


Chris McCray (2003-06) 


13. 


305 


Greivis Vasquez (2007-08) 


14. 


299 


Terence Morris (1998-01) 


15. 


286 


Exree Hipp (1993-96) 




Sarunas Jasikevicius 



200B-0S MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 



T 




Johnny Rhodes 




Jerry Greenspan 




Greg Manning 



FT Percentage, Game 
(min. 10 att.) 

1- 1.000(14-14) Jerry Greenspan vs. Minnesota (12-1M0) 

(13-13) Len Bias vs. No. Carolina (2-2M6) 

Lee Brawley vs. No. Carolina (1-2-51) 

(12-12) Nik Caner-Medley at Virginia (3-6^16) 

Duane Simpkins vs. Kentucky (11-24-95) 



Matt Roe vs. Wake Forest (2-23-91) 



T. Massenburq at Penn St. (3-19-90) 



Bill Stasiulatis vs. Wake Forest (3-3-61) 



Lee Brawley vs. No. Carolina (1-2-51) 



Bob Kessler vs. Geo Washington (1-5-56) 



(11-11) Juan Dixon vs Georgia Tech (1-6-01) 



Duane Simpkins vs. Virginia (3-5-94) 



(10-10) Chris McCray vs. Duke (2/12/05) 



Juan Dixon vs. Wake Forest (1-17-01) 



Tom Milrov vs. Penn St (11-30-68) 



Jerry Bechlle vs. No. Carolina (2-23-60) 



FT Percentage, Season 
(min. 50 att.) 

1. 



2. 


903 (102-113) 


Chris McCray (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) 


8. 


862 (50-58) 


Keith Gatlin (1985) 


9. 


857 (66-77) 


Greq Manning (1979) 



FT 

1. 


Percentage, 

.858 (315-367) 


Career 

Greg Manning (1978-81) 


2. 


.854 


(275-322) 


Chris McCray (2003-06) 


3. 


.850 


(426-501) 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


4. 


.836 


(122-146) 


Dutch Moriey (1979-82) 


5. 


.813 


(100-123) 


Jo Jo Hunter (1977-78) 


6. 


.812 


(311-383) 


Duane Simpkins (1993-96) 


7. 


.803 


(301-375) 


Jim O'Brien (1971-73) 


8. 


.8029 


(163-203) 


Mike Jones (2004-07) 


9. 


.802 


(85-106) 


Bob McDonald (1959, 61) 


10. 


.799 


(409-512) 


Tom McMilien (1972-74) 


11. 


.7953 


(470-591) 


Len Bias (1983-86) 


12. 


.7951 


(163-205) 


Keith Gatlin (1984-86, 88) 


13. 


.799 


(254-318) 


Brad Davis (1975-77) 



Free Throws Made, Season 

1. 213 Keith Booth (1997) 


2. 209 


Joe Smith (1995) 


209 


Len Bias (1986) 


4. 197 


Tom McMilien (1972) 


5. 175 


Walt Williams (1992) 


6. 174 


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) 



Free Throws Made, Career 

1. 576 Keith Booth (1994-97) 


2. 470 


Len Bias (1983-86) 


3. 454 


Adrian Branch (1982-85) 


4 431 


Lonny Baxter (1999-02) 


5. 426 


Juan Dixon (1999-02) 


6. 409 


Tom McMillan (1972-74) 


7. 386 


Bob Kessler (1954-56) 


8. 384 


Walt Williams (1989-92) 


9. 377 


Joe Smith (1994-95) 


10. 356 


Obinna Ekezie (1995-99) 


11. 344 


Terence Morris (1998-01) 


12. 334 


Albert King (1978-81) 


13. 317 


Jerry Greenspan (1961-63) 


317 


Nik Caner-Medley (2003-06) 


15. 315 


Greg Manning (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 McMilien (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 


Bob Kessler (1955) 


12. 201 


Tony Massenburq (1990) 


13. 200 


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 McMilien (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. 484 


Ekene ibekwe (2004-07) 


13. 476 


Tony Massenburq (1986, 88-90) 


14. 441 


Terence Morris (1998-01) 


15. 431 


Laron Profit (1996-99) 


431 


Albert King (1978-81) 


17. 427 


Nik Caner-Medley (2003-06) 


18. 420 


Jeny Greenspan (1961-63) 


19. 419 


Buck Williams (1979-81) 


20. 406 


D.J. Strawberry (2004-07) 




Keith Booth 




Joe Smith 




Obinna Eliezie 



Juan Dixon 



Adrian Branch 



T 




I 



Freshman Records 



Joe Smith 




Greivis Vasquez 



Points 

1 582 


Joe Smilh (1994) 


2, 442 


Adrian Branch (1982) 


3, 425 


John Lucas (1973) 


4, 392 


Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


5. 381 


Albert Kinci (1978) 


6. 371 


JerrodMuslaf(1989) 


7. 369 


Sieve Hood (1987) 


8. 364 


Brad Davis (1975) 


Scoring Average 

1. 19.7 Joe Smith (1994) 


2. 15i 


Adrian Branch (1982) 


3. 143 


JerrodMuslaf(1989) 


4. 14.2 


Sieve Hood (1987) 


14.2 


John Lucas (1973) 


6 14.0 


Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


7. 13.6 


Albert Kinq (1978) 


8. 12,8 


Brad Davis (1975) 


Rebounds 

1. 323 Buck Williams (1979) 


2. 322 


Joe SmiUi (1994) 


3. 241 


Denick Lewis (1985) 


4. 202 


JerrodMuslaf(1989) 


5. 187 


Albert Kinq (1978) 


6. 183 


Keith Booth (1994) 


7. 173 


Bhan WMams (1988) 


8. 157 


Lany Gibson (1976) 


Rebound Average 

1 10 7 Joe Smith (1994) 


2. 10.0 


Buck Williams (1979) 


3 9.8 


Larry Gibson (1976) 


4. 7.8 


JerrodMuslal(1989) 


5. 6.7 


Albert Kinq (1978) 


6. 6.5 


Derrick Lewis (1985) 


7. 6.1 


Keith Booth (1994) 


8. 6.0 


Brian Williams (1988) 



Assists 

1. 217 Sieve Blake (2000) 


2. 178 


John Lucas (1973) 


3. 157 


Greivis Vasquez (2007) 


4. 148 


Keith GaDin (1984) 


5 134 


Brad Davis (1975) 


6. 132 


Eric Hayes (2007) 


7. 128 


Dutch Motley (1979) 


8. 111 


Teyon McCoy (1987) 


Steals 

1. 71 


Sieve Blake (2000) 


71 


Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


3. 51 


D.J. Strawbeny (2004) 


4. 50 


Juan Dixon (1999) 


5 45 


Ke»i Booth (1994) 


6. 43 


Dutch Moriey (1979) 


7. 42 


Joe Smilh (1994) 


8 40 


Laron Profit (1996) 


Blocked Shots 

1. 99 Demck Lewis (1985) 


2. 93 


Joe Smith (1994) 


3. 44 


Ekenelbekwe(2004) 


4. 36 


Brian Williams (1988) 


5. 31 


James GisI (2005) 


6. 29 


Terence Morris (1996) 


7. 28 


JerT0dMuslaf(1989) 


8. 27 


Terence Morris (1998) 



Sophomore Records 




Tom McMillen 




Nik Caner-Medley 



Points 

1. 708 


Joe Smith (1995) 


2. 667 


Tom McMilleri (1972) 


3. 630 


Juan Dixon (2000) 


4. 609 


JerrodMustaf(1990) 


5. 577 


Greivis Vasquez (2008) 


6. 564 


John Lucas (1974) 


7. 547 


Lonny Baxter (2000) 


8. 541 


Adrian Branch (1983) 


Scoring Average 

1. 212 Tom McMillen (1972) 


2. 20.8 


Joe Smith (1995) 


3. 20.1 


John Lucas (1974) 


4. 19.7 


Jay McMillen (1965) 


5, 18.7 


Adrian Branch (1983) 


6. 18.5 


JerrodMuslaf(1990) 


7. 18.0 


Juan Dixon (2000) 


8. 17.0 


Greivis Vasquez (2008) 


Rebounds 

1. 362 Joe Smith (1995) 


2. 351 


Len Elmore (1972) 


3. 308 


Lonny Baxter (2000) 


4. 306 


Tom McMillen (1972) 


5. 265 


Al Bunqe (1958) 


6. 257 


Chris Wilcox (2002) 


7. 254 


JerrodMustaf(1990) 


8. 249 


Lawrence Boston (1976) 


Rebound Average 

1. 11.0 Leri Elmore (1972) 


2. 10.7 


Joe Smilh (1995) 


3. 101 


Buck Williams (1980) 


4. 9.8 


Tom McMillen (1972) 


5. 91 


Al Bunqe (1958) 


6, 8.9 


Lawrence Boston (1976) 


7. 8.8 


Lonny Baxter (2000) 


8. 8.6 


Barry Yates (1971) 



Assists 

1. 248 Steve Blake (2001) 


2. 231 


Greivis Vasquez (2008) 


3. 221 


Keith Gallin (1985) 


4. 165 


Brad Davis (1976) 


5. 159 


John Gilchrist (2204) 


159 


Johri Lucas (1974) 


7. 143 


Terrell Stokes (1997) 


8. 138 


Eric Hayes (2008) 


Steals 

1. 96 


Juan Dixon (2000) 


2. 78 


Johnny Rhodes (1994) 


3. 64 


Dutch Moriey (1980) 


4. 57 


Sieve Blake (2001) 


57 


Laron Profit (1997) 


57 


Wall Williams (1990) 


7. 56 


John Gilchrisl (2004) 


8. 53 


Chris McCray (2004) 


Blocked Shots 

1. 97 Joe Smith (1995) 


1. 97 


Joe Smilh (1995) 


2, 79 


Lonny Baxter (2000) 


3, 77 


Terence Moris (1999) 


4, 71 


Derrick Lewis (1986) 


5. 55 


Ekenelbekwe(2005) 


6. 53 


Chris Wilcox (2002) 


7. 51 


James Gist (2006) 


8. 43 


Keith Boolh (1995) 



2Q02 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACC CHAMPI G N S - 



Held Goals Made 

1. 190 John Lucas (1973) 


2. 168 


Joe Smilh (1994) 


3. 164 


Adrian Branch (1982) 


164 


Albert Kinq (1978) 


5. 157 


JerrodMuslaf(1989) 


6. 149 


Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


7. 141 


Brad DavB (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 Kinq (1978) 


6. 302 


JeriodMustaf(1989) 


7. 290 


Sieve Hood (1987) 


8. 270 


Extee 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 


Sieve Hood (1987) 


6. 31 


Drew Nicholas (2000) 


31 


Greivis Vasquez (2007) 


8. 25 


Mike Jones (2004) 



Field Goals Made 



1. 253 


John Lucas (1974) 


2. 245 


Joe Smilh (1995) 


3. 236 


JertodMuslaf(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) 



Field Goals 
Attempted 



1. 506 


Juan Dixon (2000) 


2 495 


John Lucas (1974) 


3. 461 


Greivis Vasquez (2008) 


4. 454 


Emesi Graham (1979) 


5. 446 


JerTodMuslaf(1990) 


6. 428 


Tom McMillen (1972) 


7. 424 


Joe Smilh (1995) 


424 


Jay McMillen (1965) 


3-Point Field Goals 
Made 

1. 64 Greivis Vasquez (20081 


2. 56 


Eric Hayes (2008) 


3. 49 


Juan Dixon (2000) 


4. 43 


John Gilchnsl (2004) 


5. 40 


Johnny Rhodes (1994) 


6. 38 


DuaneSimpkins(1994) 


7. 37 


Steve Blake (2001) 


8. 36 


Nik Caner-Medley (2004) 


36 


Mike Jones (2005) 



3-Point Field Goals 
Attempted 



1. 173 


Johnny Rhodes (1993) 


2. 102 


Steve Blake (2000) 


3. 98 


Greivis Vasquez (2007) 


4. 97 


Juan Dixon (1999) 


5. 92 


Drew Nicholas (2000) 


6. 80 


Steve Hood (1987) 


80 


Teyon McCoy (1987) 


8. 63 


Exree Hipp (1993) 


Free Throws Made 

1. 168 Joe Smith (1994) 


2. 114 


Adnan Branch (1982) 


3. 92 


Greg Manninq (1978) 


4, 87 


Keith Boolh (1994) 


5. 82 


Brad Davis (1975) 


6. 75 


Greivis Vasquez (2007) 


7. 65 


Al Bunqe (1958) 


8. 62 


Sieve Hood (1987) 


Free Throw 
Attempts 

1 229 Joe Smilh (1994) 


2. 149 


Adrian Branch (1982) 


149 


Keilh Booth (1994) 


4. 109 


Buck Williams (1979) 


5. 108 


Greq Manninq (1978) 


6. 100 


Brad Davis (1975) 


7. 95 


D.J. Strawberry (2004) 


95 


Steve Hood (1987) 



3-Point Field Goals 
Attempted 

207 Greivis Vasquez (2008) 



143 Eric Hayes (i 



135 Juan Dixon (2000) 



129 Johnny Rhodes (1994) 



115 Nik Caner-Medley (2004) 



112 John Gilchrist (2004) 



102 Mike Jones (2005) 



101 



Chns McCray (2004) 



Free Throws Made 



1. 209 


Joe Smith (1995) 


2. 197 


Tom McMillen (1972) 


3. 134 


Jim O'Brien (1971) 


4. 133 


Jim Halleck (1957) 


5. 127 


JenDdMuslaf(1990) 


6. 118 


Adrian Branch (1983) 


7. 115 


Greivis Vasquez (2008) 


8. 114 


Keilh Booth (19951 


Free Throw 
Attempts 

1. 282 Joe Smith (1995) 


2. 241 


Tom McMillen (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 


JerTodMuslaf(1990) 



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Len Bias 




James Gist 



Points 

1. 701 


Len Bias (1985) 


2. 674 


Albert Kmq (1980) 


3, 654 


Juan Dixon (2001) 


4. 616 


Tom McMilien (1973) 


5. 605 


Will Helzel (1969) 


6. 579 


Steve Francis (1999) 


7. 561 


Lonny Baxter (2001) 


8. 537 


Terence Morris (2000) 


Scoring Average 

1, 23.3 Will Hetzel (1969) 


2. 217 


Albert King (1980) 


3. 21.2 


Tom McMilien (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 


Walt Williams (1991) 


Rebounds 

1. 363 Buck Williams (19811 


2. 318 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


3. 293 


Terence Morris (2000) 


4. 290 


Len Elmore (1973) 


5. 286 


Lonny Baxter (2001) 


6. 284 


Tom McMilien (1973) 


7. 271 


Gary Ward (1965) 


8. 253 


Lanv Gibson (1978) 


Rebound Average 

1. 12.2 Will Helzel (1969) 


2. 11.7 


Buck IWilliams (1981) 


3. 11.2 


Len Elmore (1973) 


4. 11.8 


Bob Eicter (1962) 


5. 11.6 


AIBunqe(1959) 


6. 11.0 


Bob Kessler (1955) 


7. 10.4 


Gary Ward (1965) 


8. 10.1 


Rod Hoist (1969) 



Assists 



1. 286 


Steve Blake (2002) 


2. 204 


Keith Gatlin (1986) 


3. 172 


Rudy Archer (1988) 


4. 162 


DuaneSimpkins(1995) 


5. 154 


Kevin McLinton (1992) 


6. 153 


John Gilchrist (2005) 


7. 152 


Steve Francis (1999) 


8. 149 


Ten-ell Stokes (1998) 



Steals 

1. 95 


Juan Dixon (2001) 


95 


Steve Francis (1999) 


3. 87 


Laron Profit (1998) 


4. 85 


Johnny Rliodes (1995) 


5. 58 


Chris McCray (2005) 


58 


D.J. Strawbenv (2006) 


7. 56 


Steve Blake (2002) 


8. 53 


Terence Moms (2000) 


9. 47 


Kevin McLinton (1992) 


Riociced Shots 

1. 114 Demck Leviis (1987) 


2. 72 


James Gist (2007) 


3. 71 


Terence Morris (2000) 


4. 57 


Lanv Gibson (1978) 


5. 55 


Lonny Baxter (2001) 


6. 49 


Cednc Lewis (1990) 


7. 43 


Travis Gamson (2005) 


43 


Ekenelbekwe(2006) 



Senior Records 




Points 

1. 776 


Walt Williams (1992) 


2. 743 


Len Bias (1986) 


3. 735 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


4. 671 


Adrian Branch (1985) 


5. 654 


Gene Shue (1954) 


6. 624 


Keith Booth (1997) 


7. 559 


Albert Kinq (1981) 


8. 557 


John Lucas (1976) 



557 


Tony Massenburg (1990) 


Scoring Average 

1. 26.8 Walt Williams (1992) 


2. 23.2 


Len Bias (1986) 


3. 20.42 
20.42 


Juan Dixon (2002) 
Bob Kessler (1956) 


5. 19.9 


John Lucas (1976) 


6. 19.5 


Keilh Booth (1997) 


7. 19.4 


Tom McMilien (1974) 


8. 18.5 


Evers Bums (1993) 



Rebounds 



1 


412 


Len Elmore (1974) 


2 


336 


Bob Kessler (1956) 


3 


321 


Tom Roy (1975) 


4 


314 


Tony Massenburq (1990) 


5 


288 


Lonny Baxter (2002) 


6 


283 


Jamar Smith (2004) 


7 


277 


Terence Moms (2001) 


8 


269 


Ben Coleman (1984) 



Assists 

1. 221 SteveBlake(2003) 


2. 213 


Tenell Stokes (1999) 


3. 175 


Kevin McLinton (1993) 


4. 135 


Gre<iNared(1989) 


135 


Mickey Wiles (1970) 


6. 124 


DulchMoriey(1982) 


7. 121 


Bob Bodell (1973) 


8. 120 


Ernest Graham (1981) 


9. 119 


D.J. Strawbem/ (2007) 


Steals 

1. 110 


Johnny Rhodes (1996) 


2, 92 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


3, 69 


D.J Strawbem; (2007) 


4. 68 


Laron Profit (1999) 


5, 67 


Terrell Slokes (1999) 


6. 64 


Keith Booth (1997) 


7. 60 


Wall Williams (1992) 


8. 50 


Steve Blake (2003) 


Riociced Shots 

1. 143 Cednc Lewis (1991) 


2. 88 


Ekenelbekwe(2007) 


3. 79 


Terence Morris (2001) 


4. 77 


James Gist (2008) 


5. 69 


Lonny Baxter (2002) 


6. 67 

7. 59 


Bambale Osby (2008) 
Tahi Holden (2003) 


8. 58 


Lanv Gibson (1979) 



269 Tom McMilien (1974) 



Keith Booth 



Rebound Average 

1. 147 Len Elmore (1974) 


2. 14.0 


Bob Kessler (1956) 


3. 12.6 


AIBunqe(1960) 


4. 11.1 


Tom Roy (1975) 


5. 10.7 


Bob McDonald (1961) 


6. 10.4 


Bob Everett (1955) 


7 10.1 


Tony Massenbuni (1990) 


8. 10.0 


Tom McMilien (1974) 



Fieid Goals Made 

1. 275 Albert Kinq (1980) 


2. 274 


Len Bias (1985) 


3. 250 


Tom McMilien (1973) 


4. 233 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


5. 232 


Juan Dixon (2001) 


6. 219 


Lonny Baxter (2001) 


7. 205 


Steve Francis (1999) 


8. 203 


Steve Sheppard (1976) 


Fieid Goais 
Attempted 

1. 527 Will Helzel (1969) 


2. 519 


Len Bias (1985) 


3. 497 


Albeit Kinq (1980) 


4. 480 


Juan Dixon (2001) 


5. 468 


Bob Kessler (1955) 


6. 427 


Tom McMilien (1973) 


7. 412 


Laron Profit (1998) 


8. 409 


Nik Canet-Medley (2005) 


3-Point neid Goais 
Made 

1. 64 Teyon McCoy (1990) 


2. 62 


Juan Dixon (2001) 


3. 61 


Mike Jones (2006) 


4. 48 


Rudy Archer (1988) 


5. 45 


Steve Francis (1999) 


45 


Johnny Rhodes (1995) 


7 44 


Steve Blake (2002) 


8. 43 


Nik Caner-Medley (2005) 


9. 42 


SamnasJasikevicius(1997) 



Field Goals Made 



1. 270 


Adnan Branch (1985) 


2. 267 


Len Bias (1986) 


3. 256 


Walt Williams (1992) 


4. 251 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


5. 233 


John Lucas (1976) 


6. 232 


Albert King (1981) 


7. 214 


Tom McMilien (1974) 


8. 211 


Evers Bums (1993) 



Field Goais 
Attempted 



1. 542 


Walt Williams (1992) 


2. 535 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


3. 529 


Adrian Blanch (1985) 


4. 491 


Len Bias (1986) 


5. 469 


Gene Shue (1954) 


6. 462 


Albert Kinq (1981) 


7. 456 


John Lucas (1976) 


8. 437 


Keilh Booth (1997) 


3-Point Held Goals 
Made 

1. 92 Juan Dixon (2002) 


2. 89 


WallWilliams(1992) 


3. 81 


Mike Jones (2007) 


4. 73 


Drew Nicholas (2003) 


5. 64 


Sieve Blake (2003) 


6. 60 


SaninasJasikevicius(1998) 


7. 56 


Keith Gatlin (1988) 


8. 48 


MattRoe(1991) 




3-Point Field Goals 
Attempted 



1 164 


Teyon McCoy (1990) 


2. 151 


Juan Dixon (2001) 


3. 147 


Mike Jones (2006) 


4. 131 


Saninas Jasikevicius (1997) 


5. 128 


Steve Blake (2002) 


6. 126 


Nik Caner-Medley (2005) 


7. 122 


RudyArcher(1988) 


8. 120 


Chris McCiay (2005) 


120 


Johnny Rhodes (1995) 


Free Throws Made 

1. 162 Keith Booth (1996) 


2. 153 


Len Bias (1985) 


3. 139 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


4. 134 


ObinnaEkezie(1998) 


5. 131 


Bob Kessler (1955) 


6. 130 


Jenv Greenspan (1962) 


7. 128 


Juan Dbion (2001) 


8. 124 


Steve Francis (1999) 


Free Throw 
Attempts 

1. 214 Keith Booth (1996) 


2. 206 


Lonny Baxter (2001) 


3. 200 


ObinnaEke2ie(1998) 


4. 197 


Len Bias (1985) 


5. 182 


Buck Williams (1981) 


6. 177 


Denick Lewis (1987) 


7. 171 


Will Hetzel (1969) 


8. 167 


Jenv Greenspan (1962) 



3-Point Fieid Goals 
Attempted 



1. 240 


Walt Williams (1992) 


2. 232 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


3. 184 


Mike Jones (2007) 


4. 178 


Drew Nicholas (2003) 


5. 154 


Steve Blake (2003) 


6. 156 


Matt Roe (1991) 


7 151 


Samnas Jasikevicius (1998) 


8. 135 


Johnny Rhodes (1996) 



Free Throws Made 



1. 213 


Keitll Booth (1997) 


2. 209 


Len Bias (1986) 


3. 175 


Walt Williams (1992) 


4. 174 


Bob Kessler (1956) 


5. 147 


Lonny Baxter (2002) 


6. 145 


Tony Massenburq (1990) 


7. 143 


Jenv Greens[)an (1963) 


8. 141 


Juan Dixon (2002) 


Free Throw 
Attempts 

1. 297 Keith Booth (1997) 


2. 263 


Bob Kessler (1956) 


3. 242 


Len Bias (1986) 


4. 236 


Lonny Baxter (2002) 


5. 231 


WaltWJIiams(1992) 


6. 201 


Tony Massenburq (1990) 


7. 191 


Jerry Greenspan (1%3) 


8. 182 


Bob Everett (1955) 




2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2 04 ACC CHAMPIONS 



W£i 



innual Leaders 



Year 



2003-04 



1981-82 



1978-79 



Scoring 

Leader 



Points Avg. 



Rebounding 



Leader 



Rebs. Avg. 



Field Goal Pet. 

Leader 



2007-08 Greivis Vasquez 



577 17.0 



2006-07 D.J. Strawberry 



505 14.9 



2005-06 Nik Caner-Medley 



490 15.3 



2004-05 Nik Caner-Medley 



511 16.0 



James Gis] 

_Ekene Ibekwe 

_Ekene Ibek we 
Travis Garrison 



260 7.9 Bambale Osby 



256 7.8 Bambale Osby 



212 6.6 Chris McCray 



207 6.5 James Gist 



John Gilchrist 



492 15.4 



Jamar Smith 



283 8.8 Ekene Ibekwe 



Adrian Branch 



442 15.2 



1980-81 Albert King 



559 18.0 



1979-80 Albert King 



674 21.7 



Ernest Graham 



499 16.6 



_Herman Veal 

_Buck Williams_ 

^uck WilliarTis__ 

Buck Williams 



213 7.3 Charles Pittman 



363 11.7 Buck Williams 



242 10.1 



323 lO.e 



Greg Manning 
Buck Williams 



FG Pet. 



.521 



.663 



.516 



.493 



.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 


Lonny Baxter 


.533 


1998-99 


Steve Francis 


579 


17.0 


Terence Morris 


242 


7.1 


Terence Morris 


.551 


1997-98 


Laron Profit 


506 


15.8 


Rodney Elliott 


236 


7.4 


Termce Morris 


.523 


1996-97 


Keith Booth 


624 


19.5 


Keith Booth 


253 


7.9 


Obinna Ekezie 


.550 


1995-96 


Johnny Rhodes 


502 


16.7 


Keith Booth 


233 


7.8 


Johnny Rhodes 


.478 


1994-95 


Joe Smith 


708 


20.4 


Joe Smith 


362 


10.7 


Joe Smith 


.578 


1993-94 


Joe Smith 


582 


19.4 


Joe Smith 


321 


10.7 


Joe Smith 


.522 


1992-93 


Evers Bums 


518 


18.5 


Evers Bums 


249 


8.9 


Evers Bums 


.506 


1991-92 


Wait Williams 


776 


26.8 


Evers Bums 


206 


7.1 


Evers Burns 


.516 


1990-91 


Matt Roe 
Walt Williams 


498 
318 


17.8 
18.7 


Cedric Lewis 


233 


8.3 


Garfield Smith 


.527 


1989-90 


Jerrod Mustaf 


609 


18.5 


Tony Massenburg 


314 


10.1 


Jerrod Mustaf 


.529 


1988-89 


Tony Massenburg 


481 


16.6 


Tony Massenburg 


226 


7.8 


Tony Massenburg 


.550 


1987-88 


Derrick Lewis 


466 


15.0 


Derrick Lewis 


237 


7.6 


Brian Williams 


.600 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis 


510 


19.6 


Derrick Lewis 


248 


9.5 


Derrick Lewis 


.602 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


743 


23.2 


Len Bias 


224 


7.0 


Tom Jones 


.551 


1984-85 


Len Bias 


701 


18.9 


Len Bias 


251 


6.8 


Len Bias 


.530 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman 


491 


15.3 


Ben Coleman 


269 


8.4 


Ben Coleman 


.608 


1982-83 


Adrian Branch 


541 


18.7 


Ben Coleman 


242 


8.1 


Ben Coleman 


.571 



.611 



.647 



.643 



.583 



1977-78 


Lawrence 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 


Maurice 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'Brien 


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 


Jay McMillen 


392 


16.3 


Jay McMillen 


195 


8.1 


Rich Drescher 


.445 


1965-66 


Gary Ward 


430 


17.2 


Gary Ward 


241 


9.6 


Gary Ward 


.463 


1964-65 


Jay McMillen 


512 


19.7 


Gary Ward 


271 


10.4 


Jay McMillen 


.486 


1963-64 


George Suder 


327 


13.0 


Rick Wise 
Gary Ward 


185 

103 


7.1 
7.4 


Jackie Clark 


.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 


333 


16.6 


Al Bunge 


289 


12.6 


Paul Jelus 


.470 


1958-59 


Charles McNeil 


311 


14.8 


Al Bunge 


241 


10.5 


Charies McNeil 


.443 


1957-58 


Charles McNeil 


311 


14.8 


Al Bunge 


265 


9.1 


Nick Davis 


.463 


1956-57 


Bob O'Brien 


342 


13.2 


Jim Halleck 


195 


7.5 


John Nacinick 


.470 


1955-56 


Bob Kessler 


490 


20.4 


Bob Kessler 


336 


14.0 


Bob O'Brien 


.421 


1954-55 


Bob Kessler 


487 


20.3 








— not available — 





1953-54 


Gene Shue 


654 


21.8 








Gene Shue 


.506 


1952-53 


Gene Shue 


508 


22.1 








Gene Shue 


.469 


1951-52 


— not available — 


— 


— 








— not available — 


— 


1950-51 


Lee Brawley 


404 


15.0 








Dick Koffenberger 


.480 




Evers Burns 




Bob McDonald 



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P* .2 


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Tony Massenburg 



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Free Throw Pet. 

Year Leader 


Pet. 


Assists 

Leader 


Assists 


Avq. 


Steals 

Leader 


Steals 


Avq. 


Blocked Shots 

Leader 


Blocks 


Avq. 


2007-08 


Eric Hayes 


.852 


Greivis Vasguez 


231 


6.8 


Greivis Vasquez 


47 


1.4 


James Gist 


77 




2006-07 


Eric Haves 


.912 


Greivis Vasguez 


157 


4.6 


D.J. Strawberry 


69 


2.0 


Ekene Ibekwe 


88 


2.6 


2005-06 


Chris McCrav 


.897 


D.J. Strawberry 


128 


4.0 


D.J. Strawberry 


58 


1.8 


James Gist 


51 


1.6 


2004-05 


Chris McCrav 


.903 


John Gilchrist 


153 


5.5 


Chris McCray 


58 


1.9 


Ekene Ibekwe 


55 


1.8 


2003-04 


Chris 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 


2.0 


2000-01 


Juan Dixon 


.865 


Steve Blake 


248 


6.9 


Juan Dixon 


95 


2.6 


Terence Morris 


79 


2.2 


1999-00 


Juan Dixon 


.790 


Steve Blake 


217 


6.2 


Juan Dixon 


96 


2.7 


Lenny Baxter 


79 


2.3 


1998-99 


Juan Dixon 


.830 


Terrell Stokes 


213 


6.3 


Steve Francis 


95 


2.8 


Terence Morris 


77 


2.3 


1997-98 


Samnas Jasil(evicius 


.759 


Ten'ell Stokes 


149 


4.7 


Laron Profit 


87 


2.7 


Obinna Ekezie 


37 


1.2 


1996-97 


Samnas Jasil(evicius 


.742 


Ten-ell Stokes 


143 


4.5 


Keith Booth 


64 


2.0 


Obinna Ekezie 


33 


1.1 


1995-96 


Duane Simpl<ins 


.845 


Duane Simpkins 


118 


4.4 


Johnny Rhodes 


110 


3.7 


Keith Booth 


23 


0.8 


1994-95 


Duane Simpl(ins 


.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 Kerwin 


30 


1.1 


1991-92 


Kevin McLinton 


.781 


Kevin McLinton 


154 


5.3 


Walt Williams 


60 


2.1 


Chris KenAiin 


31 


1.1 


1990-91 


Walt Williams 


.837 


Kevin McLinton 


123 


4.4 


Cedric Lewis 


48 


1.5 


Cedric Lewis 


143 


5.1 








Walt Williams 


91 


5.4 














1989-90 


Walt Williams 


.776 


Walt Williams 


149 


4.5 


Walt Williams 


57 


1.7 


Cedric Lewis 


49 


1.5 


1988-89 


John Johnson 


.790 


Greq Nared 


135 


4.8 


Greg Nared 


46 


1.6 


Cedric Lewis 


36 


1.3 


1987-88 


Rudv Archer 


.770 


Rudv Archer 


172 


5.5 


Denick Lewis 


45 


1.5 


Derrick Lewis 


56 


1.8 


1986-87 


John Johnson 


.790 


Tevon McCoy 


111 


4.3 


Derrick Lewis 


38 


1.6 


Derrick Lewis 


114 


4.4 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


.864 


Keith Gatlin 


204 


6.4 


Derrick Lewis 


37 


1.1 


Derrick Lewis 


71 


2.2 


1984-85 


Keith Gatlin 


.862 


Keith Gatlin 


221 


6.0 


Adrian Branch 


45 


1.2 


Derrick Lewis 


99 


2.7 


1983-84 


Len Bias 


.767 


Keith Gatlin 


148 


4.6 


Adrian Branch 


29 


1.0 


Ben Coleman 


48 


1.3 


1982-83 


Herman Veal 


.762 


JeffAdkins 


121 


4.0 


JeffAdkins 


23 


0.8 


Ben Coleman 


33 


1.1 


1981-82 


Herman Veal 


.780 


Dutch Mortey 


128 


4.3 


Dutch Moriey 


33 


1.1 


Charies Pittman 


31 


1.3 


1980-81 


Greq Manning 


.821 


Ernest Graham 


120 


3.9 


Ernest Graham 


42 


1.4 


Buck Williams 


29 


0.9 


1979-80 


Greq Manning 


.908 


Ernest Graham 


136 


4.4 


Dutch Moriey 


64 


2.1 


Taylor Baldwin 


35 


1.1 


1978-79 


Greq Manning 


.857 


Dutch Morley 


128 


4.3 


Dutch Moriey 


43 


1.4 


Larry Gibson 


58 


1.9 


1977-78 


Jo Jo Hunter 


.863 


Greq 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'Brien 


.784 


Jim O'Brien 


70 


3.3 














1969-70 


Will Hetzel 


.781 


Mickey Wiles 


135 


5.2 















1968-69 


Will Hetzel 


.813 


1967-68 


Pete Johnson 


.721 


1966-67 


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 


Charies McNeil 


.762 


1956-57 


Jim Halleck 


.764 


1955-56 


Bob O'Brien 


.767 


1954-55 


— not available — 


_ 


1953-54 


Gene Shue 


.789 


1952-53 


Gene Shue 


.700 


1951-52 


— not available — 


_ 


1950-51 


Dick Koffenberger 


.772 



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2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
200 4ACC CHAMPIONS 






Team Records • Season 



All seasons are reflected by a single year (i.e., 1950-51 is 
indicated as 1951) Statistical records except for wins and losses 
are since 1951 , except for ttie following: ttiree-point records are 
since 1987; assists records are since 1970; blocks and steals 
records are since 1977. 

Most Games Played 

37 in 1985 (25 wins, 12 losses) 

36 in 2002 (32 wins, 4 Ic 



36 in 2001 (25 wins, 11 losses) 



35 in 2000 (25 wins. 10 losses) 



Highest Win Percentage 

'" (324). 2002 



844(27-51.1972 



828 (24-5), 1975 



824 (26-6), 1999 



.824(14-3). 1926 



.821 (23-5). 1974 



Lowest Win Percentage 

.000 IQ-16), 1914 



000(0-21.1905 



045(1-21). 1941 



125(2-141.1945 



167 (1-5), 1919 



Highest Home Court 
Winning Pet. 



0(16-01.1995 



1000(15-01.2002 



1.000(16-01, ■ 



1.000(14-01,1972 



1.000 (11-0), 1926 



.938 (15-1). 2000 



.929(13-1). 1999 



.923 (12-1). 1974 



.923(12-1), 1973 



.917(11-1), 1932 



.909(10-1), 1958 



.909(10-1), 1926 



Most Wins 



25 in 2000 



25 in 1985 



Most Losses 

21 in 1941 



Most Consecutive Wins 

14 (began vs. Wastiington S Lee on Jan. 15, 1932; ended by No. 

Carolina on Feb 19. 1932) 

13 (began vs. Clemson on Jan. 20, 2002; ended by NC Slate 

on March 9, 20021 

11 (began vs. Howard on Nov 26, 1996; ended by Georgia on 

Dec. 30. 19961 

11 (began vs E Carolina on Nov 29, 1975; ended by Wake 

Forest on Jan. 10, 1976) 

11 (began vs. Duke on Feb. 2. 1973; ended by NC State on 

March 9. 1973) 

10 (began vs. Michigan on Dec. 2, 2000; ended by No. Carolina 

on Jan. 10,20011 

10 (began vs. W. Carolina on Nov. 14, 1998; ended by Kentucky 

onDec. 12. 19981 

10 (began vs. Ataska-Anchorage on Nov 24. 1984; ended by Ga. 

Tech on Dec. 28, 1984) 

10 (began vs. Ball St. on Nov 30, 1976; ended by Wake Forest 

on Jan. 8, 1977) 

10 (began vs. Brown on Nov. 29, 1972; ended by NC Stale on 

Jan. 14. 1973) 

Most Consecutive Losses 

22 (began vs. Duke on f^larch 1, 1940; ended vs. Washington 
CollegeonFeb.22. 1941) 



Most Consecutive 
ACC Wins 

Overall: 14 (began vs Clemson on Jan, 20, 2002; ended at Wake 
Forest on Jan. 15.2003) 

Season: 12 (began vs. Clemson on Jan. 20, 2002; final 12 ACC 
games of 2001-02 season) 

Most Consecutive Home Wins 

Overall: 24 (began vs UMESonNov 30. 1979: ended vs. Virginia 
onJan. 14. 19811 

Most Consecutive 
Non-League Home Wins 

87 (began vs. Alcom St on Dec 30, 1989, ended vs. Florida 
on Dec. 14, 20021 

Most Home Games 
Without Consecutive Losses 

163 (began Feb. 24. 1993 vs. NC State; still current enlehng the 
2004-05 seasonl 

Most Overtime Games 

4 in 2005. 2004. 1998,1965 

Most Overtime Periods 



Most lOO-Point Games 

6 in 1975 

8 in 1974 

Consecutive lOO-Pt. Games 

4 in 2001 (123 vs Norfolk State. 117 vs. Chicago State, 105 vs. 
f^d -Eastern Shore, 104 at Clemsonl 



Overall Total 
Attendance 

608,859 in 2002 (36 games) 



528,916 in 2001 (36 games) 



526,152 in 2008 (34 games) 



518,712 in 2007 (34 games) 



509,925 in 2004 (32 games) 



503,648 in 2000 (35 games) 



475,751 in 2005 (32 games) 



Home Total Attendance 



341,050 inaiOB (19 g ames) 
319,616 in 2007 (19 games) 



299,391 in 2005 (18 games) 



291,961 in 2006(17game5) 



267,200 in 2004 (16 games) 



281,057 in 2003(16games) 



240,254 in 1977 (19 games) 



226,369 in 2000 (16 games) 



221,020 in 1995 (16 games) 



Overall Avg. Attendance 

16.912 in 2002 (36 games) 

16.591 in 2003 (31 games) 

15,935 in 2004 (32 games) 

15,475 in 2008 (34 gamesl 

15.256 in 2007 (34 gamesl 

14,867 in 2005 (32 gamesl 

14.692 in 2001 (36 gamesl 

14.390 in 2000 (35 games] 

14.320 in 2006 (32 games) 

Home Avg. Attendance 

17,950 in 2008 ( 19 g amesl 

17,950 in 2004 (16 gamesl 



17,566 in 2003 (16 gamesl 



17,174 in 2006 (17 gamesl 



16,822 in 2007 (19 gamesl 



16,633 in 2005 (18 gamesl 



14,455 in 1999 (14 gamesl 



14,166 in 2002 (15 gamesl 



Most Points Scared 

3,067 in 2001 (36 games) 



3,060 in 2002 (36 games) 



2,946 in 1995 (34 games) 



2,673 in 1999 (34 games) 



2,747 in 1990 (33 games) 



2.685 in 2007 (34 games) 



Average Points Per Game 

899 m 1975 (2,607 in 29 games) 

86.2 in 1976 (2,469 in 28 games) 

87.1 in 1973 (2,613 in 30 games) 

86.7 in 1995 (2.946 in 34 games) 

85.7 in 1974 (2,400 in 26 games) 

Average Scoring Margin 

18.1 points in 1999 (84.5-66.4) 

16.7 points in 1974(85.7-690) 

15.3 points in 1975 (69.9-74.6) 

14.1 points in 2002 (85.0-70.9) 

13.9 points in 1976 (88.2-74.3) 

13.0 points in 2003 (79.7-66.7) 

12.9 points in 1973 (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 

84.1 in 1969 (2.188 in 26 games) 

79.53 m 1978 (2.227 in 28 games) 

79,50 in 1993 (2,226 in 2 



Lowest Scoring Average Al- 
lowed Per Game 

46.5 in 1952 (1.116 in 22 games) 

52.6 in 1951 (1.420 in 27 games) 

54.3 in 1953 (1.256 in 23 gamesl 

Most Field 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 1985 (37 games) 

Most Field Goals 
Attempted 

2.313 in 2001 (36 games) 

2,248 in 2002 (36 games) 

2,151 in 2000 (35 games) 

2,108 in 1999 (34 games) 

2,094 in 1973 (30 games) 

2,094 in 2005 (32 games) 

2,080 in 1995 (34 games) 

Field Goal Percentage 

.551 in I960 (985 of 1.789) 

.547 in 1975 (1.049 of 1.918) 

.539 in 1984 (941 of 1.745) 

.537 in 1976 (996 of 1.854) 

.532 in 1981 (943 of 1,774) 

Most Free Throws Made 

697 in 1995 (34 games) 

677 in 2002 (36 gamesl 

633 in 1990 (33 gamesl 

622 in 2001 (36 games) 

616 in 1997 (32 games) 

601 in 1999 (34 games) 

600 in 2005 (32 games) 

600 in 2006 (32 games) 

Most Free Throws 
Attempted 

987 in 1995 (34 games) 

933 in 2002 (36 gamesl 

904 in 1997 (32 gamesl 

694 in 2001 (36 gamesl 

893 in 1990 (33 gamesl 

858 in 1958 (29 gamesl 

Free Throw Percentage 

,758 in 1976(4770(6291 

.757 in 1975(5090(6721 

.751 in 1982 (476 of 6341 

.747 in 1960 (399 of 5341 

,7460 in 1974 (376 of 5041 



3-Point Field Goals Made 

217 in 2002 (36 games) 

205 in 2001 (36 games) 

204 in 2003 (31 games) 



196 in 2007 (34 games) 



195 in 2000 (35 games) 



195 in 1968 (31 games) 



185 in 1996 (30 games) 



3-Point neld Goals Att. 

580 in 2002 (36 games) 



553 in 2000 (35 games) 



544 in 1996 (30 games) 



542 in 2005 (32 games) 



540 in 2001 (36 games) 



539 in 2008 (34 games) 



523 in 2003 (31 games) 



509 in 2007 (34 games) 



3-Point neld Goal Pet. 

.461 m 1987 (122 of 290) 



.430 in 1988(195 of 451) 



.396 in 1990 (100 of 278) 



.385 in 2007 (195 of 509) 



■380 in 2001 (205 of 540) 



.374in 2002 (217of 5801 



,373 in 2006 (155 014151 



Most Rebounds 

1.479 in 2002 (36 gamesl 



1.478 in 2001 (36 gamesl 



1.388 in 1972 (32 gamesl 



1,385 in 2005 (32 gamesl 



1,368 in 1974(28 gamesl 



1,367 in 1995 (34 gamesl 



1,361 in 1973 (30 gamesl 



Average Rebounds 
Per Game 

49 tin 1955(1. 178 in 24 games) 



8.9 in 1974 (1.368 in 28 games) 



48.3 in 1956(1. 158 in 24 games) 



45.4 in 1973 (1,361 in 30 games) 



45.2 in 1970 (1.174 in 26 games) 



Most Assists 

714 in 2002 (3 6 games) 



692 in 2001 (36 games) 



674 in 1999 (34 games) 



667 in 2000 (35 games) 



641 in 1995 (34 games) 



602 m 1998 (32 games) 



Average Assists 
Per Game 

19.83 in 2002 (714 in 36 games) 



19-82 in 1999 (674 in 34 games) 



19.2 in 2001 (692 in 35 games) 



19-1 in 2000 (667 in 36 games) 



16.9 in 1995 (641 in 34 games) 



18.8 in 1998 (602 in 32 games) 



Most Rlocked Shots 

235 in 2000 (35 games) 



233 in 2007 (34 games) 



222 in 2008 (34 games) 



215 in 2004 (32 games) 



216 in 2002 (36 games) 



213 in 2001 (36 games) 



202 in 1999 (34 gamesl 



200 in 2005 (32 games) 



198 in 2003 (31 



191 in 2006 (32 games) 



Most Steals 

431 in 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 

713in 2001 (36 games) 



704 in 1990 (33 games) 



672 in 1999 (34 games) 



2aOB-09 MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 



Team Records • Game 



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Highest Overall 
Total Attendance 

53,406 vs Indiana on April I, 2002 (NCAA Championship at 
Geofnia Dome. AHanta, Ga.) 

Highest Home Total 
Attendance 

1 7 350 92 tmes from 2002-08 (Comcast Cental 

Most Points Scored 

138 vs. Moqan State (138-72). 12-23-94 

132 vs. Notltl Texas (132-57). 12-23-98 

130 vs. East Carolina (130-106). 12-7-77 

128 vs. Canisius (128-103). 12-23-78 

127 vs. East Carolina (127-84). 11-29-75 

127 vs. Brown (127-82), 12-1-72 

Most Points Scored 
in A Half 

85 vs Moman Stale. 12-23-94 

Largest Margin 
of Victory 

75 >s Noflii Texas (132-57). 12-23-98 

67 vs. Western Carolina (11346). 11-14-98 

66 vs. im^ Slate (138-72). 12-23-94 

66 vs. Md.-Eastem Stmre (117-51). 2-27-87 

64 vs. DePauw (11349). 12-12-74 

Largest ACC 
Margin of Victory 



2-22-03 
9M;, 3-1-58 



40 alClemson (6141). 12-4-53 



39vsaemson (91-52). 2-254)3 



33 at FlonJa State (96-63), 2-27-02 



33 vs Norlli Carolina (112-79). 1-9-02 



Most Paints Scored 
In A Loss 

111 vs Duke (111-114). 2-10-90 



100 vs. NC Stale (100-103). 3-9-74 



Most Points Scored 
By An Opponent 

114a!tlC S'.3'; ;•-••- ;-391 

114vs. Du«eiiii-li4,i, 2-lG-SO 



110 vs NC Stale (124-110). 12-20-78 



109 at Nonti Carolina ( 109-75). 1-6415 



106 vs. NC Stale (109-108). 3-1-78 



107 at North Carolina (87-107). 2-1-69 



Fewest Points Scored 



8 vsNC State (2840). 3-5-82 



31 vs Sooth Carolina (31-30). 1-9-71 



36 at West Viraima (36-39). 12-1M1 



37 31 NC State (37-53). 2-14-59 



36 vsNC Stale (38-52). 2-24-82 



40 31 \firgina (4045). 1-12-82 



40 31 Duke (40-36). 1-9^2 



4 vs Duke (4049). 2-16-51 



Largest Margin 
of Defeat 

39 vs Wake Forest (41-80). 2-26« 



36 vs North Carolina (66-102). 3-12-93 



35 vs UCI-A(70-105|, 3-18410 



35 vslndi3na (64-99), 3-14-81 



35 vs. North Carolina (70-105). 1-30-71) 



Fewest Points Scored 
By An Opponent 

25 vs. W3shinqton i Lee (51-25). 24-54 

30 vs. South Carolina (31-30), 1-9-71 

31 vs. UMBC (67-31). 12-4-96 

31 vs. Duke (64-31). 1-7-59 

32 vs. AU-Puerto Rico (82-32). 1 1-26-98 

32 vs. Santa Oaa (53-32). 12-22-73 

33 vs. Boslon College (58-37). 1 2-30-73 



33vs. Richmond (42-33). 2-21-51 



36 vs. UNC IMminqton (74-36). 12-27-97 



36alDuke[4l)-36l,1-M2 



Most Points Scored 
By Both Teams 

236 vs. East Carolina (130-106). 12-7-77 



234 vs. NC Stale (124-110). 12-20-78 



231 vs. Canteius (128-103). 12-23-78 



225 vs. Duke (111-114). 2-10-90 



217VS.NC Stale (109-108). 3-1-78 

Most Field Goals Made 

55vs Canisius 12-23-78 

55 vs. Brown. 11-29-72 

52 vs. E35lC3rolin3. 12-7-77 

51 vs. Boslon U. 12-8-75 

51 vs. yirQinia. 3-2-74 

Fewest Field Goals Made 

6v5.SetonH3ll. 12-3041 



Most Field Goal 
Attempts 

99 «. Canisius. 12-23-78 



97vs. East Carolina. 12-7-77 



93 vs. Long Island. 1-23-73 



93 vs. Geome Washington. 124-71 



93vs.Miami43hio. 12-29-70 



Fewest Field Goal 
Attempts 

16 vs. South Carolina. 1-9-71 



Highest Field Goal 
Percentage 

.633 vs South Carolina (15-18). 1-9-71 



.739 vs. Wake Forest (3446). 1-28-86 



.732vsNC Stale (3041). 12-20-80 



.704vs.Miami4)hio (50-71). 12-28-79 



.631 vs. UMES (4 1-65). 2-17-86 



41 al Georgia Tech. 1-25416 



40vs. North Carolina. 3-8-56 



9vs. Hampton. 11-7416 



35VS.NC State. 12-30411 



35 vs. Lafayette. 12-23-96 



35 vs. Oklahoma. 1-12-93 



35 vs. North Carolina. 1-10-90 



Most Free Throws 
Attempted 

67 vs. Morgan Stale. 12-23-94 



57 vs. North Carolina. 1-3-53 



55 vsHofslra. 11-29413 



54vs Hampton. 11-7416 



52vsOklahom3. 1-12-93 



50vs. Lafayette. 12-23-97 



49vs.NCSUIe. 12-30411 



Highest Free Throw 
Percentage 

1.000 vs Holy Cross (19-19). 1-21-65 

-966 vs. Duke (28-29). 2-7-76 

.962vs.Vi[ginia (25-26). 1-314)2 

■950vs.Duke(19-20). 2-2-80 

.938 vs. North Carolina (15-16), 2-7-95 

.935v5. Duke (29-31). 1-18413 

.932 vs. North Carolina (28-31 ). 1 -27-73 

Lowest Free Throw 
Percentage 

.033 vs. '.Vake Forest (0-1). 2-28-73 

Most 3-Point 
Field Goals Made 

17 vs. Missoun-Kansas City. 12-13416 

13vs. North Carolina 1-94)2 

13 vs. William 8 Mary. 12-274)1 

12vs Mount St Marys. 12-28416 

12v5.Flonda ASM. 11-12416 

12 at Temple. 1-28416 

12 vs. Clemson (2-25413) 

12 vs. George Washington (12-8412) 

12 vs. Tfie Citadel (11-27412) 

Most 3-Paint 

Field Goals Attempted 

31 vs Clemson. 1-22-00 

Most Bebounds 

74vs.Penn Slate, 12-2-64 

68 vs. Chicago State. 12-2-96 

67 vs. East Carolina. 12-7-77 

65 vs. Bucknell. 12-22-76 

64vs. North Texas. 12-23-98 

Most Assists 

37 vs. Chicago State. 12-274)0 

37 vs. North Texas. 12-23-98 




Johnny Rhodes 



36 vs. Brown. 11-29-72 



35 vs. Brown. 12-1-71 



34 vs. Morgan State. 12-23-94 



Most Blocked Shots 

17vs UMES 2-27-87 



17 vs. Georgia Tech. 12-10-75 



16 vs. UMES 12-1- 



15vs Mount Si. Mary's, 12-26416 



,667 vs. Western Carolina (46-69). 11-14-9i 



Most Free Throws Made 

41 vs Morg an Stale. 12-23-94 



Fewest Free Throws 
Attempted 

several limes (last vs Geoiqia Tech, 2-6-93) 



15 vs. Oral RotBrts. 3-16415 




15 vs. Norfolk Slate. 1-3412 



14vsTulane. 11-19-99 



Terrell Stokes 



14 vs. North Carolina. 2-13-99 



14 vs. South Carolina. 11-14-97 



14 vs. James Madison. 1-28-67 



Most Steals 

24vsDuguesne. 11-30412 



24vs Pittsburgh. 11-28-96 



22vs UCLA. 11-26-98 



22vs UNC Asheville. 12-22-97 



21 at AU-Puerto Rico. 11-2f 



20 vs. South Carolina State. 12-27-9! 



Most Personal Fouls 

44 vs. William & Mary. 2-16-52 

Fewest Personal Fouls 

7 vs Buffalo. 1-25-72 

Most Overtime Periods 

3 vs. Clemson on Feb 18. 1984 |W 66-65) 
3 vs. Rhode Island on March 7. 1979 (W. 67-65) 
3 vs. NC Slate on Maroh 1 . 1978 (W. 109-108) 
3 vs. NC Stale on Feb 15. 1958(L.69«) 
3 vs. Memphis Slate on Dec 30. 1957 (L. 47461 




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Largest Margins 



Largest Margin 
of Victory 



Rk. 


Marq. 


Opponent 


Score 


1. 


+75 


North Texas (12-23-98) 


132-57 


2. 


+67 


Western Carolina (11-14-98) 


113^6 


3. 


+66 


Morgan State (12-23-94) 


138-72 




+66 


Md.-Eastem Shore (2-27-87) 


117-51 


5. 


+64 


DePauw (12-12-74) 


113^9 


6. 


+63 


Delaware State (1-17-96) 


118-55 


7. 


+62 


Chicaqo State (12-27-00) 


117-55 


8. 


+60 


Colgate (12-8-94) 


113-53 


9. 


+59 


Fairleiqh Dickinson (11-22-99) 


10445 


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 Stale (2-21-85) 


91-38 




+52 


Md.-Eastem Shore (12-30-00) 


105-53 


15. 


+52 


Coastal Carolina (1-2-CO) 


100-48 




+52 


Md.-Baltimore County (2-22-90) 


113-61 


17. 


+51 


Cornell (11-27-93) 


92-41 




+51 


Missouri-Kansas City (12-13-06) 


101-50 


19. 


+50 


Hampton (1-8-03) 


108-58 




+50 


Duquesne (11-30-03) 


89-39 



Overtime Games 



All-Time In OT: 4547 


Home: 23-17 


By Decades 




Cole Field House: 17-16 


1950s: 6-11 




Comcast Center 5-0 


1960s: 7-10 




Away: 18-17 


1970s: 10-6 




Neutral Sites: 7-14 


1980s: 10-5 




By Tournament 


1990s: 6-8 




ACC Tournament 5-6 


20003:8-8 




NCAA Tournament: 1-0 


By Site 







Overtime games are 


incomplete ppior to 1953. 



Date 


OT Opponent 




Result 


Nov. 15, 2007 


Northeastern 


W 


74-72 


Jan. 21, 2007 


at Virginia Tech 


L 


64-67 


Feb. 18, 2006 


Georqia Tech 


W 


87-84 


Feb. 19. 2005 


20T atVirqinia 


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 Florida 


w 


69-68 


Dec. 7. 2003 


vs. West Virginia" 


L 


77-78 


Dec. 2, 2003 


Wisconsin " 


w 


73-67 


March 9, 2003 


at Virqinia 


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 Virqinia 


L 


87-89 


Dec. 7, 1999 


Winthrop 


w 


76-65 


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. Georqia " 


L 


65-73 


Jan. 20, 1996 


NC State 


W 


77-74 


Jan. 6, 1996 


North Carolina 


L 


86-58 


March 11, 1995 


vs. North Carolina * 


L 


92-97 


Nov. 26, 1993 


at Georqetown " 


W 


84-83 


Jan. 18, 1992 


Florida State 


L 


83-91 


March 2, 1991 


at Virqinia 


W 


78-74 


Feb. 10, 1990 


Duke 


L 


111-114 


Jan. 17, 1989 


Virqinia 


L 


58-64 



2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2G0 4 ACC CHAMPIONS 





+50 


atAU Puerto Rico (11-26-98) 


82-32 




+50 


Chicaqo State (12-2-96) 


94-44 




+50 


Md.-Eastem Shore (2-25-88) 


101-51 


24. 


+49 


Md.-Eastem Shore (1-06-04) 


87-38 




+49 


Eastern Kentucky (12-5-73) 


106-57 


26. 


+48 


The Citadel (11-27-03) 


97-49 




+48 


Stony Brook (12-6-00) 


107-59 


28. 


+47 


Florida International (11-25-97) 


117-70 




+47 


Towson State (12-12-94) 


120-73 


30. 


+46 


Appalachian State (1-2-75) 


96-50 


31. 


+45 


Brown (11-29-72) 


127-82 


32. 


+44 


Liberty (12-18-04) 


112-68 




+44 


Norfolk State (12-23-00) 


123-79 




+44 


Md.-Eastem Shore (12-1-88) 


97-53 


34. 


+43 


Johns Hopkins (11-26-83) 


108-65 




+43 


East Carolina (11-29-75) 


127-84 


36. 


+41 


UMBC (12-23-02) 


101-60 




+41 


Lafayette (12-23-96) 


108-67 


38. 


+40 


North Carolina (2-22-03) 


96-56 




+40 


Howard (1-2-93) 


109-69 




+40 


Morqan State (12-26-92) 


103-63 




+40 


Boston University (12-8-75) 


122-82 




+40 


South Carolina (3-1-58) 


99-59 




+40 


at Clemson (12-4-53) 


81-41 



Date 


OT Opponent 




Result 


Feb. 20, 1986 


at North Carolina 


W 


77-72 


March 15, 1985 


vs. Miami-OH " 


W 


69-68 


Jan. 14, 1985 


Duke 


W 


78-76 


Dec. 25, 1984 


vs. Iowa " 


W 


78-68 


Feb. 18, 1984 


30T at Clemson 


W 


66-65 


Feb. 8, 1984 


20T at Wake Forest" 


L 


87-90 


Feb. 4, 1984 


20T at Georqia Tech 


L 


70-71 


March 11, 1983 


vs. Georqia Tech ' 


L 


58-64 


Dec. 23, 1982 


20T UCLA 


W 


80-79 


Feb. 27, 1982 


Virginia 


W 


47-46 


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. Geonjia 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 


St Joseph's' 


w 


62-56 


March 1,1978 


30T vs. NC State = 


w 


109-108 


Feb. 16. 1978 


at Pittsbunjh 


L 


86-89 


Feb. 5. 1977 


at Duke 


w 


65-64 


Jan. 8, 1977 


Wake Forest 


L 


85-86 


Nov. 27, 1976 


Notre Dame 


L 


79-80 


March 4, 1976 


vs. Duke ' 


W 


80-78 


Jan. 25, 1976 


at North Carolina 


L 


93-95 


March 9, 1974 


vs. NC State > 


L 


100-103 


March 1,1972 


Wake Forest 


W 


64-56 


Feb. 16, 1972 


North Carolina 


W 


79-77 


March 6, 1971 


Virqinia 


w 


89-84 


Feb. 23, 1971 


at Clemson 


L 


45-51 


Jan. 9, 1971 


South Carolina 


w 


31-30 


Jan. 15, 1968 


20T at Clemson 


L 


93-94 


Dec. 22, 1967 


vs. Southem Illinois ' 


L 


72-73 


Jan. 14, 1967 


Duke 


L 


69-72 


Jan. 11, 1967 


at West Virqinia 


W 


82-81 


Feb. 7, 1966 


at Wake Forest 


W 


85-78 


Jan. 15, 1966 


at NC State 


L 


58-60 


Jan. 14, 1965 


at Wake Forest 


W 


93-85 


Jan. 8, 1965 


20T Clemson 


W 


67-65 


Dec. 19, 1964 


Kansas 


L 


61-63 


Dec. 12, 1964 


West Virqinia 


L 


73-80 


Jan. 6, 1964 


South Carolina 


L 


69-73 


Dec 11, 1962 


NC State 


L 


74-76 



Largest Margin 
of Defeat 



Rk. 


Marq. 


Opponent 


Score 


1. 


-63 


at Amiy (3-1-44) 


22-85 


2. 


-53 


at Bainbridqe Navy (1-2444) 


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 Virqinia (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 Canjiina (3-12-93) 


65-102 


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. 12, 1961 




NC State 


L 


68-73 


Dec. 6, 1961 


20T Georqetovm 


L 


78-79 


Feb. 25, 1961 




Clemson 


W 


82-80 


Feb. 26, 1960 


20T 


Clemson 


W 


66-59 


Feb. 20, 1960 




Georqe Washinqlon 


W 


86^ 


Feb. 10, 1959 




Georqe Washinqton 


L 


6M6 


Dec 15, 1958 




at Kentucky 


L 


56-58 


March 7, 1958 




vs. Duke ' 


W 


71-65 


Feb. 15, 1958 


30T at NC State 


L 


64-69 


Dec 30, 1957 


30T 


vs. Memphis State ' 


L 


4647 


Feb. 5, 1957 


20T 


North Carolina 


L 


61-65 


Jan. 21, 1956 




at Georqetown 


W 


62-57 


March 3, 1955 




vs. Virginia ' 


L 


67-68 


Feb. 25, 1955 


20T at Georqetown 


W 


5749 


Dec. 10, 1954 




Wake Forest 


L 


58-62 


March 5. 1954 




vs. Wake Forest^ 


L 


56-64 


Feb. 13, 1954 




at Navy 


W 


61-60 


Jan. 9, 1954 




at Geonietown 


L 


56-58 


March 6, 1953 




vs. Wake Forest ' 


L 


59-61 


Feb. 3, 1953 


20T atG.Washinqton 


L 


62-63 


Jan. 8, 1953 




at Richmond 


W 


63-60 


Feb. 19, 1951 




Clemson 


W 


54-50 


Feb. 20, 1932 




at Duke 


W 


20-18 


Feb. 1927 




Virqinia 


w 


29-28 



1-So. Conf. Tournament at Raleigh. N.C. {Reynolds Coliseum): 2-ACC Tournament 
at Raleigti. N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum); 3-Sugar Bowl Tournament at New Orleans. 
La. (Loyola Field House); 4-Sun Carnival Toumament at El Paso. Texas (Memonal 
Gymnasium); &-ACC Toumament at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 6-ACC 
Tournament at Landover, Md. (Capital Centre); 7-Maryland Invitatronal at College ParV 
Md. (Cole Field House); 8-Nationa! Invitation Toumament at College Parit, \W. (Cole 
Field House); &-ACC Toumament at Atlanta, 6a. (Omni); 10-al Greensboro, N.C 
(Greensboro Coliseum); 11-Rainbow Classic at Honolulu, Hawaii (Blaisdell Center). 
12-NCAA Toumament at Dayton, Ohio (Dayton Arena); 13-aI Landover. Md. (Capital 
Centre): 14-Blach Coaches Assoc, Classic at Minneapolis, Minn, (Target Center), 
15-ACC/Big Ten Challenge at Milwaukee, Wise. (Bradley Center); 16-ACC'Big Ten 
Challenge at Indianapolis. Ind.. (Conseco Fieldhouse): 17-BB&T Classic (MCI Center), 
18-ACC^ig Ten Challenge at College Par1(. Md. (Comcast Center) 



200B-09 MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 



100-Point Games 



Maryland's 
100-Point Games 

Total 100 Point Games: 104 



Most in a 


Season: 8(1974-75:1973-74) 


Most Consecutive 100-Point Games: 4 (2000-01 ) 


2006-07 (2) 

102-75 Hampton, 11-7-06 


101-50 


Missouri-Kansas Citv, 12-13-06 


2005-06 (1) 

111-35 Fairleiqh Dicl^enson, 11-18-05 


2004-05 (1) 

112-68 Libertv, 12-28-04 


2002-03 (2) 

108-58 Hampton, 1-8-03 


101-60 


UMBC, 12-23-02 


2001-02 (3) 

112-92 Virginia, 3-3-02 


112-79 


North Carolina, 1-9-02 


103-75 


William & Mary, 12-27-01 


2000-01 (6) 

102-67 Virqinia, 3-3-01 


104-92 


at Clemson, 1-2-01 


105-53 


UMES, 12-30-00 


117-55 


Ctiicaqo Stale, 12-27-00 


123-79 


Norfolk State, 12-23-00 


107-59 


Stony Brool<, 12-6-00 


1999-00 (2) 

100-48 Coastal Carolina, 1-2-00 


10445 


Fairleiqh Dickinson, 11-22-99 


1998-99 (4) 

107-87 Florida Slate, 1-27-99 


104-70 
132-57 


So. Carolina State, 12-27-98 
North Texas, 12-23-98 


11346 


Western Carolina, 11-14-98 


1997-98 (4) 

110-52 UNO Asheville, 12-22-97 


104-66 


UMBC, 12-13-97 


117-70 


Fla. International, 11-25-97 


102-74 


Mt. St, Mary's, 11-22-97 


1996-97 (2) 

103-73 vs. Pennsvlvania, 1-21-97 


108-67 


Lafayette, 12-23-96 


1995-96 (3) 

118-55 Delaware Stale, 1-17-96 


104-66 


Md.-Eastem Shore, 12-28-95 


104-79 


American, 12-23-95 


1994-95 (5) 

138-72 Morgan State, 12-23-94 


120-73 


Towson, 12-12-94 


113-53 


Colqate, 12-8-94 


102-77 


UMBC, 12-5-94 


102-64 


Bucknell, 12-3-94 



1993-94 (2) 



102-70 


NC State, 1-22-94 


109-71 


vs. Towson, 12-23-93 


1992-93 (3) 

109-69 Howard, 1-2-93 


103-63 


Morqan State, 12-26-92 


103-80 


UMBC, 12-1-92 


1991-92 (2) 

101-91 West Virqinia, 12-7-91 


115-60 


UMES 11-26-91 


1990-91 (1) 

104-100 NC State, 1-26-91 


1989-90 (5) 

113-61 UMBC, 2-22-90 


111-114 


Duke (OT), 2-10-90 


110-91 


Alcorn Slate, 12-30-89 


104-86 


vs. Georqe Mason, 12-22-89 


105-74 


Augusta Colleqe, 11-27-89 


1987-88 (1) 

101-51 Md.-Eastem Shore, 2-25-88 


1986-87 (1) 

117-51 Md.-Eastem Shore, 2-27-87 


1983-84 (3) 

102-77 vs. West Virqinia, 3-17-84 


104-69 


Md.-Eastem Shore, 12-14-83 


108-65 


Johns Hopkins, 11-26-83 


1982-83 (2) 

101-90 at Duke, 2-21-83 


106-94 


North Carolina, 2-16-83 


1980-81 (2) 

114-89 Marshall, 12-29-80 


109-83 


Fairieigh Dickinson, 12-10-80 


1979-80 (3) 

101-82 Duke, 2-2-80 


115-76 


Miami-OH, 12-28-79 


113-79 


Catholic, 12-10-79 


1978-79 (3) 

128-103 Canisius, 12-23-78 


124-110 


NC State, 12-20-78 


107-97 


Bucknell, 11-24-78 


1977-78 (2) 

109-108 vs. NC State (30T), 3-1-78 


130-106 


East Carolina, 12-7-77 


1976-77 (1) 

106-72 Bucknell, 12-22-76 


1975-76 (7) 

105-91 Wake Forest, 2-25-76 


102-91 


Duke, 2-7-76 


102-84 


NC State, 1-28-76 


111-88 


Long Island, 1-3-76 




T 



104-69 


Seton Hall, 12-29-75 


122-82 


Boston U., 12-8-75 


127-84 


East Carolina, 11-29-75 


1974-75 (8) 

104-87 E.Tennessee. 3-1-75 


103-82 


at Duguesne, 2-23-75 


104-80 


at Duke, 2-8-75 


103-85 


NC State, 1-16-75 


105-67 


Georgia Tech, 12-27-74 


113-49 


DePauw 12-12-74 


104-71 


vs. Georgetown, 12-10-74 


106-81 


Richmond, 11-18-74 


1973-74 (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, 12-4-71 


100-83 


at Brown, 12-1-71 


1970-71 (2) 

111-77 Miami, 12-29-70 


109-70 


Buffalo, 12-5-70 


1969-70 (1) 

103-85 Ctemson, 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, 1-4-60 



Opponents' 
iOO-Point Games 

Total 100-Polnt Games: 34 

Most in a Season: 5 (1990-91) 

Most Consecutive 100-Point Games: 2 (1992-93; 
1978-79: 1977-78: 1969-70) 

2006-07 (1) 

91-103 at Virginia, 1-16-07 



2004-05 (2) 

92-101 vs. Geor ge W ashington, 12-4-04 
75-109 



at North Carolina, 1-8-05 




1999-00 (1) 

70-105 vs. UCLA, 3-18-00 



1998-99 (1) 

91-103 at Kentucky 12-12-91 



1997-98 (1) 

72-104 vs. Duke, 1-3-J 



1995-96 (1) 

78-100 at Florida State, 2-1 0-96 

1994-95 (2) 

91-100 at Georgia Tech, 24-95 



90-100 



at North 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 State, 2-27-91 



81-101 



at Duke, 2-9-91 



104-100 NC State, 1-26-91 



73-105 



at North Carolina, 1-9-91 



35-1 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 (30T), 3-1-73 
90-101 at G. Washington, 12-10-77 
130-106 East Carolina, 12-7-77 



1973-74 (1) 

100-103 vs. NC Slate (OT), 3-9-74 

1972-73 (1) 

39-103 vs. Providence, 3-17-73 

1970-71 (2) 

76-100 North Carolina. 2-17-71 



70-105 at North Carolina, 1-30-71 

1969-70 (2) 

63-101 South Carolina, 12 -1 5-69 
87-104 Wake Forest, 12-13-69 

1968-69 (1) 

87:107 al No rth Carolina. 2-1-69 



1963-64 (1) 

72-104 Duke, 2-8-64 



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200a NCAA CHAMPIONS 
200 4 ACC CHAMPI G N S 



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■■ 


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Mi 

YEAR 


n 

GP 


yla 

/-TOTAL-/ 
FGM-FGA 


ni 

.PCT 


lY 

/-3PT-/ 
FGM-FGA 


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.PCT 


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1-' 

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BLK 


lai 

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TOTAL 
REBS-AVG 


TOTAL 
PTS-AVG 


^^1 


1950-51 


27 


481-1210 


.398 





— 


450-663 


.679 




— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


1412-52.3 


M^l 


1951-52 


stats not available 


























1245-59.0 


^^H 


1952-53 


23 


487-1285 


.379 





— 


432-698 


.617 




— 


— 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


1406-61.1 


^^H 


1953-54 


30 


712-1661 


.429 


_ 





532-787 


,648 




— 


— 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


1959-65.3 


^^H 


1954-55 


24 


563-1417 


.398 








447-682 


.657 




— 


— 


_ 


— 


— 


117849.0 


1573-65.5 


^^H 


1955-56 


24 


550-1382 


.398 








500-744 


672 




— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


115848.3 


1600-66.7 


H^H 


1956-57 


26 


597-1414 


.422 








486-679 


.716 




— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


911-35.0 


1680-64.6 


I^H 


1957-58 


29 


706-1698 


.416 








590-858 


.688 





— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1175-40.5 


2004-69.1 


I^H 


1958-59 


23 


502-1262 


.398 








361-545 


.655 





— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


889-38.7 


1365-59.3 


H^l 


1959-60 


23 


548-1310 


.418 








399-534 


.747 





— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


864-37.6 


1495-65.0 


^^H 


1960-61 


26 


628-1482 


.424 








491-659 


.745 











— 








114344.0 


1747-67.2 


^^H 


1961-62 


25 


637-1476 


.432 








474-644 


.736 




















108243.3 


1748-69.9 


^^H 


1962-63 


21 


506-1272 


.398 








337-496 


.679 











332-na 








88842.3 


1349-64,2 


I^H 


1963-64 


26 


714-1634 


.437 








397-572 


.694 











512-16 








105840.7 


1825-70,2 


^^H 


1964-65 


26 


726-1596 


.455 








457-634 


.720 











435-15 








116244.7 


1909-73,4 


^^H 


1965-66 


25 


705-1535 


.459 








381-560 


.680 











449-18 








110744.3 


1791-71.6 


^^1 


1966-67 


25 


637-1448 


.439 





— 


350-479 


.730 





— 


— 


378-5 


— 


— 


884-35.3 


1624-64.9 


^^H 


1967-68 


24 


653-1678 


.389 





— 


346-519 


.667 





— 


— 


457-21 


— 


— 


105844.1 


1652-68.8 


^^H 


1968-69 


26 


782-1842 


.425 





— 


485-657 


.738 





— 





487-15 








106841.1 


2049-78.8 


^^H 


1969-70 


26 


781-1709 


.457 








417-586 


.712 


337- 








458-17 








117445.1 


1979-76.1 


l^^l 


1970-71 


26 


735-1650 


.448 








480-715 


.671 


302 








442-13 








110642.5 


1950-75.0 


^^H 


1971-72 


32 


929-1877 


.495 








586-786 


.746 


443 








490-10 








115444.4 


2444-76.4 


^^H 


1972-73 


30 


1089-2094 


.520 








435-606 


.718 


557 








547-17 








136145.4 


2613-87.1 


I^^H 


1973-74 


28 


1012-1983 


.510 








376-504 


.746 


450 








492-10 








136848.9 


2400-85.7 


^^1 


1974-75 


29 


1049-1918 


.547 


— 


— 


509-672 


.757 


413 


— 


— 


535-18 


— 


— 


126143.5 


2607-89.9 


^^H 


1975-76 


28 


996-1854 


.537 


, 





477-629 


.758 


397 


— 





562-20 


— 


— 


112643.5 


2469-88.2 


^^H 


1976-77 


27 


850-1645 


.516 








415-566 


.733 


310 


155 


163 


500-20 








105940.2 


2115-78.3 


l^^l 


1977-78 


28 


935-1829 


.509 








433-599 


.722 


336 


142 


148 


577-20 








1188-38.8 


2303-82.1 


^^H 


1978-79 


27 


954-1897 


.503 








430-600 


.717 


415 


126 


195 


589-18 








115442.4 


2338-77.9 


^^H 


1979-80 


30 


985-1789 


.551 








511-706 


.724 


558 


114 


233 


569-12 








1089-38.5 


2481-80.0 


^^H 


1980-81 


31 


943-1774 


.532 








467-649 


.720 


503 


93 


201 


596-17 








1095-35.1 


2353-75.9 


^^H 


1981-82 


29 


651-1359 


.479 








476-634 


.751 


307 


78 


126 


530-15 








876-35.3 


1778-61,3 


^^H 


1982-83 


30 


820-1672 


.490 








496-724 


.685 


375 


88 


105 


619-25 








1098-30.2 


2222-74.1 


^^H 


1983-84 


32 


941-1745 


.539 








509-702 


.725 


548 


100 


148 


578-15 








1078-36.6 


2391-74.7 


^^1 


1984-85 


37 


1038-2065 


.503 








526-708 


.743 


575 


181 


206 


639-14 ■ 








1184-33.7 


2602-70.3 


^^H 


1985-86 


33 


911-1786 


.510 








500-686 


.729 


465 


135 


159 


549-9 








1030-32.0 


2322-70.4 


^^H 


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 


^^H 


1987-88 


31 


874-1633 


.504 


195451 


.430 


407-606 


.672 


536 


140 


177 


537-12 


303 


583 


957-29.6 


2350-75.8 


^^H 


1988-89 


29 


760-1651 


,460 


88-311 


.283 


398-587 


.672 


427 


125 


159 


529-15 


309 


615 


1002-30.9 


2006-69.2 


^^H 


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 


^^H 


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 


^^H 


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 


^^H 


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 


^^H 


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 


^^H 


1994-95 


34 


1035-2080 


.498 


179-508 


.352 


697-987 


.706 


641 


168 


302 


632-15 


476 


804 


136740.2 


2946-86.7 


^^H 


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 


^^H 


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 


^^1 


1997-98 


32 


908-1969 


.461 


166-476 


.349 


538-794 


.678 


602 


158 


275 


637-28 


369 


793 


1271-39.7 


2520-78.8 


^^H 


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 


^^H 


1999-00 


35 


1001-2151 


.465 


195-553 


.353 


486-710 


.685 


667 


235 


355 


637-13 


418 


820 


1354-38.7 


2683-76.7 


^^H 


2000-01 


36 


1120-2313 


.484 


205-540 


.380 


622-894 


.696 


692 


213 


322 


713-10 


543 


935 


147841.1 


3067-85.2 


^^H 


2001-02 


36 


1083-2248 


.482 


217-580 


.374 


677-933 


.726 


714 


216 


302 


640-8 


473 


1006 


147941.1 


3060-85.0 


^H| 


2002-03 


31 


901-1940 


.464 


204-523 


.390 


466-654 


.713 


573 


198 


322 


588-6 


409 


832 


124140.0 


2472-79.7 


mK^ 


2003-04 


32 


891-2021 


.441 


165-490 


.337 


530-840 


.631 


451 


215 


274 


631-21 


501 


821 


132241.3 


2477-77.4 


WBt- '■^y 


2004-05 


32 


920-2094 


.439 


180-542 


.332 


600-826 


.726 


499 


200 


267 


610-17 


479 


906 


1385-43.3 


2620-81.9 


2005-06 


32 


875-1952 


.448 


155-415 


.373 


600-821 


.731 


512 


191 


258 


623-15 


458 


814 


1272-39.8 


2505-78.3 


wm-S 


2006-07 


34 


971-2032 


.478 


196-509 


.385 


547-787 


.695 


587 


233 


253 


612-12 


437 


888 


1325-39.0 


2685-79.0 


mm '^'* 


2007-08 


34 


895-1939 


.462 


182-539 


.338 


511-727 


.703 


562 


222 


225 


591-18 


403 


890 


1293-38.0 


2483-73.0 


HH . r. 


1 



200B-03 MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 



T 



Opponent Year-By-Year Stats 








/-TOTAL-; 




/-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 


— 


— 


— 











977-40.7 


1555-64.8 


1956-57 


26 


553-1414. 


.391 


— 





484-729 


,661 


— 


— 


— 





— 





940-36.2 


1590-61.5 


1957-58 


29 


583-1687 


.352 








497-735 


,676 




















1031-35.6 


1671-57.6 


1958-59 


23 


444-1201 


.369 








408-584 


,697 




















814-35.4 


1296-57.6 


1959-60 


23 


529-1331 


.397 








343-490 


,700 




















795-34.6 


1407-56.3 


1960-61 


26 


642-1676 


.384 








473-679 


,697 





— 














111943.0 


1757-61.2 


1961-62 


25 


700-1669 


.419 


— 


— 


405-679 


,649 





— 





489- 








111544.6 


1805-67.6 


1962-63 


21 


614-1336 


.460 


— 


— 


276-624 


,697 





— 


— 


336- 


— 





87941.9 


1504-71.6 


1963-64 


26 


736-1618 


.455 








509-396 


,692 











462-14 








1145-44.0 


1964-75.5 


1964-65 


26 


686-1655 


.415 


— 


— 


417-735 


,714 





— 





490-23 





— 


1021-30.3 


1789-68.8 


1965-66 


25 


649-1603 


.405 








415-584 


,706 


_ 








454-11 








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 








335-484 


.705 


278 








513-11 








1066-38.1 


1931-69.0 


1974-75 


29 


916-2075 


.441 








331-475 


,694 


355 








634-28 








999-34.5 


2163-74.6 


1975-76 


28 


867-1954 


.444 








346-477 


,725 


307 








575-25 








1024-36.6 


2080-74.3 


1976-77 


27 


804-1845 


.436 








393-489 


.722 


299 


58 


202 


529-21 








978-36.2 


2001-74,1 


1977-78 


28 


906-2001 


.453 








415-612 


.678 


363 


60 


227 


563-14 








1057-37.7 


2227-79,5 


1978-79 


30 


912-1923 


.474 








416-601 


.692 


402 


99 


240 


576-17 


-_ 





1036-34.5 


2240-74,7 


1979-80 


31 


926-1952 


.474 








374-534 


.700 


476 


83 


231 


662-31 





_ 


1000-32.3 


2226-71,8 


1980-81 


31 


879-1860 


.473 








406-582 


.698 


454 


76 


254 


613-27 








954-30,8 


2164-69,8 


1981-82 


31 


666-1424 


.468 








372-548 


.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 


2141-714 


1983-84 


30 


889-1922 


.462 








373-537 


.694 


465 


66 


170 


644-32 








996-31.1 


2151-67:2 


1984-85 


32 


981-2136 


.459 








440-637 


.691 


510 


84 


192 


681-26 








1222-33.0 


2404-65,0 


1985-86 


33 


873-1820 


.480 


— 


— 


420-575 


.730 


457 


78 


187 


639-16 


— 


— 


1017-30.0 


2166-65,6 


1986-87 


26 


728-1521 


.479 


113-245 


.561 


336-491 


.684 


425 


61 


193 


497-12 


298 


520 


871-33.5 


1905-73,3 


1987-88 


31 


840-1744 


.482 


126-318 


.396 


421-589 


.715 


488 


60 


203 


567- 


347 


599 


1010-32.6 


2227-71,8 


1988-89 


29 


798-1722 


.463 


125-339 


.369 


431-615 


.701 


475 


72 


171 


531-13 


330 


604 


1024-34.6 


2152-74.2 


1989-90 


33 


911-2122 


.429 


175-490 


.357 


566-811 


.698 


535 


103 


238 


692-25 


466 


676 


1244-37.7 


2563-77.7 


1990-91 


28 


817-1827 


.447 


161-465 


.346 


427-631 


.677 


475 


128 


179 


595-18 


384 


645 


1114-39.8 


2222-79.4 


1991-92 


29 


829-1763 


.470 


164-440 


.373 


467-729 


.641 


460 


152 


165 


612-18 


378 


656 


1130-39.0 


2289-78.9 


1992-93 


28 


813-1812 


.449 


163-446 


.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 


195-601 


.325 


437-654 


.668 


425 


122 


229 


669-29 


335 


666 


1092-34.1 


2136-66.8 


1997-98 


32 


799-1957 


.408 


220-667 


.330 


488-740 


.660 


421 


113 


233 


638-33 


398 


721 


1209-37.8 


2306-72.1 


1998-99 


34 


772-1991 


.388 


213-703 


.303 


502-763 


.658 


447 


104 


279 


706-26 


410 


690 


1209-35.6 


2259-664 


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 


1347-374 


2552-70.9 


2002-03 


31 


704-1864 


,378 


208-646 


.322 


453-647 


.700 


399 


135 


217 


591-0 


430 


726 


1156-37.3 


2069-66.7 


2003-04 


32 
32 


774-1910 
854-2096 


,405 
.407 


228-623 
239-695 


.366 


532-739 


.720 


409 


141 


247 


696-26 


420 
467 


813 
811 


1233-38.5 
1278-39.9 


2308-72.1 


2004-05 


.344 


485-726 


.668 


447 


163 


267 


663-21 


2432-76.0 


2005-06 


32 


808-1938 


.417 


244-665 


.367 


492-717 


.686 


461 


149 


275 


650-19 


420 


738 


1158-36.2 


2352-73.5 


2006-07 


34 


823-2117 


.389 


205-679 


.302 


444-640 


.694 


396 


131 


275 


684-13 


501 


755 


1256-36.9 


2295-67.5 


2007-08 


34 


839-2124 


.395 


209-645 


.324 


486-657 


.740 


420 


160 


316 


630-9 


478 


750 


1228-36.1 


2373-69.8 





2002 NCAA champions! 
2G04 ACC champions - 



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Maryland Nik Caner-Medley vs. Temple. 1/15/2005 



35 



OpponenI Justin Gray, Wake Forest, 1/1 5/2006 



38 



Most Field Goals 

Maryland Nik Caner-Medley vs. Temple, 1/15/2005 14 

OpponenI Larry Blair, Liberty, 1 2/28/2004 13 

Most Field Goals Attempted 

Maryland Greivis Vasquez vs. Virginia Tech, 2/20/2008 22 

Opponent Ken Tutt, Oral Roberts, 3/1 6/2005 27 



Highest Field Goal Percentage 

Maryland Ryan Randle vs. Wagner, 1/4/2003 1.000 (10-for-10) 
Opponent Craig Smith, Boston College, 12/11/2006.733 (11-for-15) 

Most 3-Point Field Goals 

Maryland Mike Jones vs. UMKC, 1 2/1 3/2006 9 

Opponent Justin Gray, Wake Forest, 1/15/2005 7 



Most 3-Point Field Goals 
Attempted 

Maryland Mike Jones vs. UMKC, 12/13/2006 



Opponent Devin Harris, Wisconsin, 1 2/2/2003 



Highest 3-Point Held Goal 
Percentage 

Maryland Drew Nicholas vs. Citadel, 11/27/2002 .714 (5-for-7) 



Opponent J.J. Redick, Duke, 1/21/2004 



.833 (5-for-6) 



Most Free Throws 

Maryland Ba mbale Osby vs. Northeastern, 11/15/2007 14 

Opponent J.J. Redick, Duke, 2/11/2006 13 



Most Free Throws Attempted 

Maryland Bambale Osby vs. Northeastern, 11/1 5/2007 20 



Opponent Glen McGovran, Pepperdine, 12/14/2003 



15 



Highest Free Throw Percentage 

Maryland D rew Nicholas vs. U MBO, 12/23/2002 1.000 (10-for-10) 
Maryland C h ns M cCray vs Du ke, 2/12/2005 1.000 (10-for- 10) 
OpponenI Julius Hodge. NC State, 2/1/2004 1.000 (10-for-10) 

Most Rebounds 

Maryland Ryan Randle vs. Duke, 1/18/2003 17 

Opponent Shelden Williams, Duke, 2/1 3/2005 16 



Most Assists 

Maryland Greivis Vasquez vs. NC State, 2/9/2008 



15 



Opponent Mardy Collins, Temple, 1/15/2005 

Most Blocks 

Maryland Ekene Ibekwe vs. Mount St. Mary's, 1 2/28/2006 
OpponenI Shan-od Ford, Clemson, 2/22/2005 



Most Steals 

Maryland Chris McCray vs. Wagner, 1/4/2003 
Opponent Chaisson Allen, Northeastern, 11/15/2007 



Team Records, Game 
Most Points 



Maryland Liberty, 12/28/2004 


112 


Opponent Clemson, 2/25/2005 


97 


Fewest Points 

Maryland Ohio, 12/12/2007 


55 


Opponent UMES, 1/6/2004 


38 


Fewest Points in a Half 

Maryland Miami, 1/10/2007 


(1" half) 21 


Opponent American, 11/22/2003 


(1=' half) 8 


Most Field Goals 

Man/land Liberty, 12/28/2004 


45 


OpponenI Clemson, 1/13/2007 


37 


Fewest Field Goals 

Maryland Miami, 1/10/2007 


13 


OpponenI UMES, 1/6/2004 


14 


Most Field Goal Attempts 

Maryland Liberty, 12/28/2004 


83 


OpponenI Siena, 12/31/2006 


83 


Fewest Field Goal Attempts 

Maryland Northeastern, 11/15/2008 


46 


Opponent NC Slate, 1/30/2003 


44 


Highest Field Goal Percentage 

Maryland Clemson, 2/25/2003 


(34-for-54) .630 


Opponent Clemson, 2/22/2005 


(32-for-55) .582 


Lowest Field Goal Percentage 

Maryland Miami, 1/10/2007 


(19-for-61).224 


Opponent UMES, 1/6/2004 


(14-for-54) .259 


Most 3-Point Field Goals 

Maryland UMKC, 12/13/2006 


17 


Opponent Wake Forest, 2/28/2004 


13 


Most 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 

Maryland UMKC, 12/13/2006 37 


Opponent Hampton, 11/7/2006 


44 


Most Free Throws Made 

Maryland Hampton, 11/7/2006 


39 


Opponent Boston College, 12/9/2007 


31 


Fewest Free Throws Made 

Maryland Ohio, 12/12/'2007 


2 


Opponent High Point, 11/24/2006 


2 


Most Free Throw Attempts 

Maryland Hofstra, 11/29/2003 


55 


Opponent Boston College, 12/9/2007 


41 


Clemson, 2/22/2005 


41 


Maryland George Mason, 1 1 /25/2003 


8 


Opponent High Point, 11/24/2006 


6 


Highest Free Throw Percentage 

Maryland UNO Asheville, 12/12/2004 (13-for-13) 1.000 


Opponent Florida State, 2/1 6/2008 


10-for-10) 1.000 


Lowest Free Throw Pet. 

Maryland Florida, 12/14/2002 


(4-for-11).364 


OpponenI VMI, 12/31/2005 


(3-for-12) .250 



Most Rebounds 

Maryland Liberty, 12/28/2004 


61 


Opponent Florida State, 12/19/2004 


56 


Most Assists 

Maryland Hampton, 1/8/2003 


29 


Clemson, 2/25/2003 


29 


OpponenI North Carolina, 2/2/2006 


22 


North Carolina, 2/25/2007 


22 


Largest Victory Margin 

Maryland UMKC, 12/13/2006 


51 


Opponent NC State, 1/23/2005 


16 


Most Personal Fouls 

Maryland Clemson, 2/22/2005 


29 


Opponent Hampton, 11/7/2006 


40 


Fewest Personal Fouls 

Maryland American, 11/22/2003 


8 


Opponent VMI, 12/31/2005 


10 



Most Disqualifications 

Maryland Florida Stale. 12/ 19/2004 



Clemson. 2/22/2005 


2 


Opponent Hofstra, 11/29/2003 


6 


Most Victories 

By Maryland 


17 in 2006-07 


Most Losses 

By Maryland 


4 in 2003-04 


Fewest Losses 

By Maryland 


2 in 2002-03 


2 in 2006-07 


Most iOO-Point Games 

By Maryland 


2 in 2002-03 


2 in 2006-07 


By Opponents 





All-Time iOO-Point Games 

By Maryland 


6 


By Opponents 





Longest Winning Streak 

Mar. 16, 2005 -Feb. 2, 2006 


14 games 


Longest Non-Conference 
Winning Streak 

Dec. 23, 2002 -Mar. 18, 2006 


30 games 


Milestone Games 

Game 1 Nov. 24, 2002 Maryland 64, Miami (OH) 49 


Game 50 Mar. 26, 2005 


Maryland 85, TCU 73 


Game 100 Jan. 27, 2008 


Duke 93, Maryland 84 



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Ail-Time Results 



Game-by-game results for every Maryland basketball 
season since 1910-11 Maryland was known as 
Maryland Agricultural College until 1915, and as 
Maryland State College from 1916-1919. Maryland's 
conference affiliations: Atlantic Coast Conference since 
1953-54; and the Souttiem Conference from 1923-24 
10 1952-53. 

An all-college basketball team was formed in 1904-05, 
and ptayedjusttwogames. Due to afire in 1912 which 
burnt Ihe armory and college gymnasium, the team 
thai was fielded in 1913-14 did not have a regular 
home, practiced only three times all season and lost 
16 games. Another team was not fielded until 1918- 
19. 

In 1918-19, Maryland State participated in the District 
Intercollegiate Baslcetball League, in which all games 
were played at the Washington YMCA. Another sea- 
son would not be conducted until Maryland opened 
its new facility at The Gymnasium, inside Annapolis 
Hall, in 1923-24. II is considered to be the school's 
first ■^'arsity" 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 in brackets -AP polls began in 1948-49, From 
1960-61 to 1967-68, the Associated Press ranked 
only the nation's top 10 teams. 
• - indicates conference games, 

1904-05 

Record: 0-2 



Washington YMCA 


L 


CaiToll Institute 


L 


No teams from 1905-06 through 1909-10 


1910-11 

Record: 3-9 H: 2-3 A: 1-6 


J8 New York University 


L 7-25 


J11 at Gallaudet 


L 30-58 


at Staunton Militarv 


L 24-58 


at Washington & Lee 


L 17-48 


J28 atVMI 


W 17-14 


J31 Washington S Lee 


L 24-29 


at Delaware 


L 14-23 


Gallaudet 


L 27-54 


at Georgetown 


L 25-31 


Mount SL Joseph's 


W 22-20 


Catholic 


W 35-30 


at Widener College 


L 19-50 



No teams in 1911-12 and 1912-13 

1913-14 

Record: 0-16 H:0-5 A: 0-11 



J10 


Mount St. Joseph's L 




J14 


at Catholic L 




J17 


at Mount SI Joseph's L 




J21 


at Gallaudet L 


15-79 


J23 


at SL John's (AnnapoIis)L 


1048 


J24 


at Loyola (Md.) L 




J28 


at Georgetown L 




J31 


Catholic L 




F3 


at Washington & Lee L 


8-63 


F4 


atVMI L 


344 


F7 


at SI John's (Annapolis)L 


15-38 


F11 


George Washington L 




F14 


Gallaudet L 




F21 


Baltimore City College L 




F28 


at Widener College L 




M4 


at Delaware L 





No teams from 1914-15 through 1916-17 



1918-19 

Record: 1-5 H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 1-5 




J18 Gallaudet' « 


27-26 


J25 Calholic ' 


7-25 


F1 Geonte Washington ' 


11-25 


F15 Gallaudet' 


9-33 


M3 Catholic ' 


12-14 


M8 George Washington ' 


20-53 


1-atWasltinqlonYMCA 



No teams from 1919-2D to 1922-23 



H. Burfdn 
Shipley 




1923-24 

Record: 5-7 H:3-6 A: 1-0 N: 1-1 



SO: 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 




GeoKje Washington 


L 19-20 




•Washington 8 Lee 


W 22-21 




VMI 


L 12-21 




VMI' 


W 34-19 


F29 


Georgia ' 


L 25-29 


1-SoCon Toumament at Atlanta, Ga. 


1924-25 

Record: 12-5 H: 7-2 A: 4-2 N: 1-1 


SC: 3-1, 4th place 




•ViiBinia 


W 24-18 




at Columbia 


W 24-23 




at Stevens Institute 


W 21-19 




at Navy 


L 16-23 




Lafayette 


W 30-15 




at Calholic 


W 18-14 




Stevens Institute 


W 21-17 


J31 


• No. Carolina 


L 16-21 




Gallaudet 


W 25-14 




Washington College 


L 16-27 




at Princeton 


L 24-38 




City College of NY 


W 22-16 




• Soutti Canilina 


W 38-22 




•at Virginia 


W 36-25 


F26 


Alabama ' 


W 27-21 


F27 


NC State' 


L 18-30 




Catholic 


W 27-17 


1-SoCon Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. 


1925-26 

Record: 14-3 H: 10-1 A: 4-1 N: 0-1 


SC: 7-1, 4tli place 




■ Washington & Lee 


W 40-27 




at Navy 


W 21-12 


J12 


Richmond 


W 30-14 




•at VMI 


W 30-21 


•atWashingtonSLee W 33-20 




•at Virginia Tech 


W 19-17 




•at Virginia 


L 28-34 


F9 


• No. Carolina 


W 23-22 




West Virginia 


W 25-15 




Duke 


W 41-20 




• Virginia 


W 30-21 




Princeton 


W 32-26 




Gallaudet 


W 40-13 




Washington College 


W 30-26 




Stevens institute 


L 24-27 




■ Viiginia Tech 


W 30-14 


F26 


Mississippi ' 


L 19-22 


1-SoCon Toumament at Atlanta, Ga, 


1928-27 

Record: 10-10 H: 7-2 A: 3-7 N;0-1 


SC: 6-4, 9th place 




at American 


L 16-21 




• Washington S Lee 


W 44-32 


J4 


at Michigan 


L 25-39 




•at Virginia 


L 17-22 




at Navy 


L 30-32 




Washington College 


L 18-22 




• Georgia 


W 34-33 




Gallaudet 


W 39-26 




Stevens Institute 


W 27-18 


F7 


• No Carolina 


W 28-20 


F8 


• No, Carolina 


L 23-32 


F9 


at Pennsylvania 


W 26-21 


•at Washington & Lee L 32-34 





•at VMI 


W 


32-15 




• Virginia (OT) 


W 


29-28 




• at NC Slate 


L 


23-38 




at 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 at Atlanta, Ga. 


1927-28 

Record: 144 H: 11-0 A: 34 


SC: 8-1 


3rd place |6e) 






019 


• Washington & Lee 


W 


38-24 


J12 


• at Virginia Tech 


W 


29-20 


J13 


•at Washington!, 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 


SL John's (Annapolis 


W 


25-22 


J27 


• Virginia 


W 


26-20 


J30 


Stevens Institute 


W 


31-24 


F4 


at Navy 


L 


26-35 


F8 


at Pennsylvania 


L 


26-30 


F10 


• NC State 


W 


36-24 


F13 


• at Virginia 


L 


12-34 


F17 


Washington College 


W 


22-20 


F21 


Johns Hopkins 


W 


23-19 


F23 


•Virginia Tech 


W 


30-10 


F24 


Western Maryland 


W 


30-29 


1928-29 

Record: 7-9 H: 3-5 A: 4-3 N: 0-1 


SC: 2-5, 21st place 


D20 


William 8, Mary 


W 


30-20 


D22 


at Pennsylvania 




18-30 


J9 


Randolph Macon 




20-33 


J15 


•at Virginia 


W 


30-22 


J18 


Johns Hopkins 




23-25 


J26 


SL John's {Annapolis 


W 


20-18 


F1 


• Virginia 




22-25 


F2 


• Washington & Lee 




2247 


F4 


■atViminiaTech 




29-39 


F5 


•at VMI 


W 


30-27 


F6 


•at Washington S Let 




1842 


F8 


• No. Carolina 




22-28 


F13 


at Navy 


W 


30-27 


F15 


Western Maryland 


W 


32-17 


F23 


at Johns Hopkins 


W 


19-18 


Ml 


Mississippi ' 


L 


35-37 


1-SoCon Toumament at Atlanta, Ga. 


1929-30 

Record: 16-6 H: 10-3 A: 6-2 N:0-1 


SC: 9-5, 10th place 


D13 


William & Mary 


W 


27-23 


J9 


•Duke 


L 


27-28 


J11 


Calholic 


W 


37-30 


J14 


• Virt]inia 


W 


54-20 


J17 


Johns Hopkins 


w 


41-24 


J22 


at Navy 


w 


43-39 


J25 


• Viniinia Tech 


w 


44-27 


F1 


■NC State 


L 


26-28 


F3 


• Washington & Lee 


L 


25-29 


F6 


Western Maryland 


W 


37-18 


F8 


• No. Carolina 


W 


36-33 


F11 


• at Virginia Tech 


W 


34-23 


F12 


•at VMI 


W 


44-25 


F13 


•at Washington 8 Le 


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 


SL John's (Annapolis 


W 


42-25 


F28 


Kentucky ' 


L 


21-26 


1-SoCon Toumament atAttanIa, Ga, 


1930^1 

Record: 184 H:10-2 A: 4-2 N:4-0 


SC: 8-1 , 2nd place, SoCon Tournament 
Champion 


J7 


Gallaudet 


W 


38-29 


J9 


•at VMI 


W 


35-18 


J10 


• at Washington 8 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 


•alViminia 


L 


31-34 



F3 


•Washington 8 Lee 


W 28-17 


F6 


at Catholic 


W 24-21 


F10 


• No. Carolina 


W 33-31 


F11 


Washington College 


L 32-33 


F13 


• Virginia 


W 34-21 


F14 


Westem Maryland 


W 45-35 


F17 


SL John's (Annapolis 


W 32-27 


F21 


at Navy 


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 


al Wisconsin 


L 30-32 


J11 


Loyola (Md.) 


L 27-28 


J15 


• at Washington 8 Lee W 42-38 


J16 


•at VMI 


W 43-28 


J20 


Navy 


W 26-15 


J21 


•atViniinia 


W 36-31 


J23 


at 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 


F10 


Washington College 


W 36-16 


F12 


Westem Maryland 


W 25-15 


F13 


• Virginia 


W 46-18 


F15 


• Washington & Lee 


W 49-19 


F17 


SI John's (Annapolis 


W 24-20 


F19 


• al No. Carolina 


L 26-32 


F20 


• at Duke (OT) 


W 20-18 


F23 


Johns Hopkins 


W 38-24 


F26 


Florida ' 


L 24-39 


1-SoCon Toumament at Atlanta, Ga. 


1932-33 

Record: 11-9 H: 10-2 A: 1-6 N: 0-1 


SC: 7-3, 3rd place 


D23 


Wisconsin 


L 13-22 


J7 


■at Virginia Tech 


W 40-20 


J12 


•Duke 


W 30-28 


J13 


•at VMI 


L 29-30 


J14 


•at Washington 8 Lee L 4043 


J18 


at Johns Hopkins 


L 27-37 


J21 


• Virginia Tech 


W 37-21 


J25 


at Catholic 


L 27-29 


J28 


at Navy 


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 


• Washington 8 Lee 


W 46-28 


F14 


•VMI 


W 45-29 


F16 


SL 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: 11-8 H:94 A: 2-3 N:0-1 


SC:6-1 


3n) place 




D18 


Michigan 


W 29-25 


D30 


Indiana 


L 17-30 


J5 


at West Virginia 


L 24-26 


J11 


■Duke 


W 37-33 


J13 


■at Virginia Tech 


W 29-24 


J20 


■ Virginia Tech 


W 34-32 


J24 


al Johns Hopkins 


L 32-35 


J26 


■ at Vin]inia 


W 43-20 


J30 


■ No. Carolina 


L 24-28 


F2 


Calholk: 


W 33-25 


F3 


aINavy 


L 2746 


F6 


• Viiqinia 


W 28-25 


F9 


Richmond 


L 3344 


F10 


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 8 Lee ' 


L 3745 


1-SoCon Toumament at Raleigh, N.C. (Memorial 

Auditonum) 



*1W 



m 






1934-35 

Record: 8-10 H:6-8 A: 2-2 



SC: 4-3, 5th 


lace 




D20 


Indiana 


L 29-30 


D29 


Ohio State 


W 5041 


J2 


West Viminia 


L 29-39 


J4 


■ South Carolina 


W 35-21 


J8 


■VMI 


W 39-24 


Jll 


■Duke 


L 3948 


J16 


Washington College 


W 43-27 


J18 


■ 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 & Lee 


L 29-33 


F20 


■ at Virginia 


W 33-32 


F26 


at Johns Hopkins 


W 41-35 


M2 


St. John's (Annapolis 


L 17-24 


M6 


Johns Hopkins 


W 52-25 


M11 


Georgetown 


L 24-25 


1935-36 

Record: 14-6 H: 9-3 A: 4-2 N: 1-1 


SC: 4-3. 4th 


place 




J7 


■ m 


W 44-29 


J10 


■ at Washington & Le« 


L 27-30 


J11 


•at VMI 


W 53-32 


J15 


aINavy 


W 32-20 


J18 


Richmond 


W 28-24 


J21 


Baltimore City CollegE 


W 55-33 


J23 


Washington College 


W 46-34 


J25 


• No. Carolina 


L 3244 


J30 


William 8 Man; 


W 41-39 


F1 


•Duke 


W 38-34 


F6 


• Virginia 


W 40-34 


F10 


at West Virginia 


L 26-51 


F11 


• Washington 8 Lee 


L 54-55 


F12 


SL John's (Annapolis 


W 40-28 


F15 


Catholic 


L 2940 


F18 


al Washington College W 56-30 


F19 


Johns Hopkins 


W 4M0 


F21 


alGeotgetovfli 


W 47-39 


M5 


Duke' 


W 47-35 


M6 


Washington 8 Lee' 


L 32-38 


1-SoCon Toumament at Raleigh, N.C. (Memorial 
Auditorium) 


1936-37 

Record: 8-12 H: 74 A: 1-7 N:0-1 


SC:M,10t 


place (tie) 




D17 


■ at Richmond 


L 40-51 


J6 


Johns Hopkins 


W 64-31 


J8 


■at Washington 8 Lee L 27-51 


J9 


■at VMI 


W 48-28 


J14 


Westem 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 


at Navy 


L 37-53 


F6 


• No. Carolina 


L 3544 


F9 


•William 8 Mary 


W 41-29 


F13 


•VMI 


W 45-28 


F18 


• Washington 8 Lee 


L 3541 


F20 


Georgetown 


L 27-39 


F23 


at SL John's (AnnapolisjL 37-39 


F24 


•NC State 


W 41-35 


M4 


at NC State' 


L 3542 


1-SoCon Toumament al Raleigh, N.C. (Memorial 
Auditonum) 


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 


al Baltimore City CollegeW50O2 


J5 


Randolph Macon 


W 43-27 


J7 


•atWashingtonSLee 


L 29J1 


J8 


■at VMI 


W 42-27 


J12 


al Geon^etown 


L 39-57 


J15 


•Duke 


W 40-35 


J27 


at\^rginia 


W 39-23 


J28 


•at No Carolina 


L 2443 


J29 


< al Duke 


L 3444 


J31 


•ViminiaTech 


W 42-35 


F2 


at Navy 


L 34-37 


F3 


NewYo(l(Univ«sity 


L 2742 



i^ 






fs-i 


■WashinqtonSLee 


W 36-32 


fie 


•Williams Mary 


W 45-38 


Ffl 


•VMI 


W 43-33 


fi2 


Catriolic 


W 49-33 


F16 


at Washinqlon College W 4342 


F19 


Dickinson College 


W 57-27 


F21 


Johns Hopkins 


W 56-30 


F23 


St- John's (Annapolis 


W 38-29 


m 


The Citadel' 


W 4543 


MS 


Duke' 


L 32-35 


1-SoCon Tournament at Raleigti, N,C. (Memorial 
Auditorium) 


1938-39 

Record: 15-9 H: 9-2 A: 4-6 N: 2-1 


SC: 8-3, 2nd place (lie), 
SoCon Tournament Finalist 


D13 


• at Richmond 


L 34-39 


Dt5 


• Clemson 


W 45-35 


Dt6 


• Davidson 


W 44-27 


J4 


at Pennsylvania 


L 24-36 


J7 


alAmiy 


L 2545 


J11 


at Navy 


L 3747 


J13 


•Duke 


W 37-34 


J14 


Hampden-Sydney 


W 34-25 


J20 


• No. Carolina 


W 34-32 


J28 


Virqinia 


W 31-21 


F2 


• at Duke 


W 6044 


F3 


• at No, Carolina 


W 6641 


F4 


• at NC State 


L 4046 


F8 


Georgetown 


L 25-39 


F11 


• Washinqton S Lee 


W 39-37 


F14 


•William 8 Mary 


L 49-57 


F15 


at St. John's (Annapolis) W 48-20 


F18 


•VMI 


W 53-35 


F20 


at Catholic 


W 40-38 


F22 


at Geo. Washinqton 


L 24-37 


F24 


Washinqton College 


W 47-37 


M2 


Richmond ' 


W 47-32 


M3 


al NC Stale ' 


W 53-29 


M4 


Clemson ' 


L 27-39 


1-SoCon ToumamenI at Raleigh, N,C (Memorial 
Auditorium) 


1939-40 

Record: 14-9 H:9-2 A: 4-6 N: 1-1 


SC: 7-5, Strip 


ace 




D12 


Western Maryland 


W 48-32 


D14 


Randolph Macon 


W 47-16 


J1 


• Clemson 


W 53-26 


J3 


at Pennsylvania 


L 3441 


J4 


at Rutgers 


W 51-39 


J5 


at Rhode Island 


L 53-59 


J9 


•Duke 


W 32-30 


J13 


• Richmond 


W 35-19 


J17 


al Georqelown 


W 28-27 


J19 


• Virginia Tech 


W 4941 


J20 


• Washinqton S Lee 


L 2544 


J26 


• at NC State 


W 43-36 


J27 


• at Clemson 


L 3048 


J29 


• at South Carolina 


L 30-33 


J30 


•alDuke 


L 3748 


F3 


Johns Hopkins 


W 49-36 


F7 


•alVMI 


W 60-33 


F8 


• at Washinqton & Les 


L 19-39 


F17 


Catholic 


W 46-31 


F20 


•VMI 


W 27-25 


F22 


Georqe Washington 


L 2644 


F28 


Washington 5 Lee ' 


W 43-30 


Ml 


Duke' 


L 32-44 


1-Southern Conference Tournament at Raleigh, 
N.C. (Memorial Auditorium) 


1940-41 

Record: 1-21 H: 1-10 A: 0-11 


SC: 0-13, 15th place 


D14 


• Richmond 


L 3648 


D17 


at Johns Hopkins 


L 24-38 


D19 


• Clemson 


L 3448 


J8 


at Pennsylvania 


L 3243 


J)1 


•Duke 


L 2M0 


J14 


•at Washington S Lee L 41-59 


J15 


•at VMI 


L 30-64 


J17 


at Georgetown 


L 34-51 


J24 


• No. Carolina 


L 36-55 


J31 


• al Richmond 


L 17-38 


F1 


• al Duke 


L 1743 


F3 


•at No. Carolina 


L 2944 


F5 


at Navy 


L 27-52 


F6 


at Virqinia 


L 1847 


F8 


• Washington & Lee 


L 1542 


F10 


at Geo. Washington 


L 28-61 


F14 


•William 8 Mar/ 


L 40-58 


F15 


Connecticut 


L 43-52 


F18 


•VMI 


L 2741 


F19 


Rutgers 


L 45-50 


F21 


• Virqinia Tech 


L 3948 


F22 


Washington College 


W 26-18 



1941-42 



Record: 7-15 H:4-5 A: 3-10 




SC: 3-8. 12th place (lie) 


D13 


• at Richmond 


W 41-23 


016 


•at William 8 Mary 


L 34-39 


019 


al West Virqinia 


L 36-63 


O30 


al Salon Hall 


L 15-59 


031 


al City College of NY 


L 40-57 


J2 


al SI John's 


L 48-64 


J9 


at Virginia 


W 35-34 


J10 


•at Duke 


L 33-37 


J16 


Washington College 


W 28-25 


J21 


at Georgetov/n 


W 5142 


J24 


•Geome Washington 


L 2947 


J29 


Virginia 


W 36-26 


F2 


•at VMI 


L 4146 


F3 


•atWashinqlon&Lee 


L 44-52 


F7 


• Washington 8 Lee 


L 28-30 


F11 


at Navy 


L 47-61 


F13 


•William 8 Mary 


W 42-32 


F14 


West Virginia 


L 2741 


F18 


at Army 


L 3244 


F20 


• No, Carolina 


L 30-34 


F25 


•Duke 


L 46-64 


F27 


•VMI 


W 39-36 


1942-43 

Record: 8-8 H: 5-3 A: 3-5 


SC: 5-5, 9th 


place 




D10 


• Richmond 


W 32-28 


J1 


• No, Carolina 


W 4740 


J9 


Virginia 


W 5349 


J13 


at Pennsylvania 


L 49-51 


J15 


•at Washington 8 Lee 


L 40-50 


J16 


•at VMI 


L 34-35 


J23 


• at Geo, Washington 


L 4348 


J30 


at Navy 


W 63-54 


F6 


atAmiy 


L 4044 


F12 


•Duke 


L 4346 


F13 


• Washington 8 Lee 


W 55-35 


F15 


at Virginia 


W 5542 


F16 


• at No, Carolina 


W 40-31 


F20 


Geon]etown 


L 3646 


F23 


•William 8 Mary 


W 51-36 


F25 


•VMI 


L 35-36 


1943-44 

Record: 4-14 H:3-6 A; 1-7 N:0-1 


SC:2-1,41h 


place 




D11 


Quanlico Marines 


L 33-59 


D17 


Marshall 


L 3946 


D21 


Bainbridqe Navy 


L 20-52 


J8 


al Virginia 


L 20-52 


J15 


•VMI 


W 43-36 


J22 


Hampden-Sydney 


L 43-51 


J24 


at Bainbridge Navy 


L 25-78 


J26 


Fort Belvoir 


L 29-60 


J29 


Catholic 


W 33-31 


F5 


Virginia 


L 2649 


F8 


al Catholic 


L 33-53 


F9 


WoodrowGen,HospitalW 48-26 


F12 


• al Richmond 


L 34-65 


F18 
25-35 


at Woodrow Gen. Hospital L 


F19 


•alVMI 


W 31-29 


F24 


at NC State ' 


L 2342 


F26 


at Navy 


L 35-69 


Ml 


atAimy 


L 22-85 


1-SoCon Toumament al Raleigh. N,C, (Memorial 
Auditorium) 


1944-45 

Record: 2-14 H: 1-5 A: 1-8 N: 0-1 


SC: 2-5. 9th 


place 




D21 


Gallaudel 


L 26-27 


J5 


• at No. Carolina 


L 28-53 


J6 


• at Duke 


L 24-51 


J8 


• al NC Stale 


L 3246 


JIO 


alNaw 


L 33-70 


J13 


•VMI 


W 46-28 


J18 


Marine Corps Institute 


L 34-50 


J20 


• NC Slate 


L 42-57 


J27 


Hampden-Sydney 


L 4243 


F3 


at Virginia 


L 26-57 


F5 


•at VMI 


L 27-35 


F10 


Virqinia 


L 33-61 


F17 


•at William 8 Mary 


W 5346 


F22 


Duke' 


L 49-76 


F27 
41-54 


al U.S. Merchant Marines L 


F28 


alAmiy 


L 34-54 


1-SoCon Toumament at Raleigh, N,C. (Memorial 
Auditorium) 



1945-40 

Record: 9-12 H: 84 A: 1-7 N:0-1 



SC: 54. 51h 


place 




D18 


Marine Corps InsHute W 6146 


D20 


Marshall 


L 43-50 


D21 


Quanlico Marines 


L 47-50 


J4 


• at Ouke 


L 25-59 


J5 


• at NC State 


W 47-39 


J7 


• at No, Carolina 


L 28-64 


J16 


at Navy 


L 3544 


J19 


• NC State 


W 37-33 


J23 


at Virqinia 


L 4548 


J25 


•Duke 


W 43-38 


J26 


Hampden-Sydney 


W 35-32 


F2 


• Georqe Washinqton 


W 48-35 


F8 


• No, Carolina 


L 31-33 


F9 


Viit]inia 


W 37-36 


F14 


U,S, Merchant MarinesW 43-39 


F16 


• Richmond 


W 37-31 


F20 


• al William & Mary 


L 3M2 


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-Soulhern Conference ToumamenI at Raleigh. 
N.C. (Memorial Auditorium) 


1940-47 

Record: 14-10 H: 9-3 A: 5-6 N: 0-1 


SC: 9-5, 5th 


place 




D14 


at West Virginia 


L 43-81 


017 


Western Maryland 


W 49-39 


D18 


Johns Hopkins 


W 41-36 


J3 


at Quanlico Marines 


W 6248 


J4 


• al No. Carolina 


L 42-58 


J8 


• Richmond 


L 3941 


JIO 


• George Washington 


W 4443 


J16 


• at Washington & 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 


Geomelown 


W 5549 


FIO 


• George Washington 


L 48-63 


F15 


• at Richmond 


L 49-68 


F17 


• Virginia Tech 


W 5542 


F18 


•Duke 


L 3840 


F19 


at U.S. Merchant Marines L 47-73 


F24 


at Amy 


W 57-54 


F26 


•The Citadel 


W 5240 


Ml 


•VMI 


W 5345 


M12 


at Pennsylvania 


L 54-80 


M13 


NC Slate ' 


L 43-55 


1-SoCon Tournament al Durham, 
Indoor Stadium) 


N.C. (Duke 



nucie 
Stewart 




1947-48 

Record: 11-14 H: 64 A: 5-9 N;0-1 



SC: 9-7, 4th place 


D11 


at Western Maryland 


W 63-58 


D12 


Loyola (Md,) 


L 52-63 


D16 


• Davidson 


W 59-58 


D17 


•at Washington & Lee 


L 64-70 


D18 


•at VMI 


W 5346 


D20 


at Johns Hopkins 


W 64-53 


J3 


•at No, Carolina 


L 46-70 


J5 


• at Duke 


L 42-53 


J7 


at Georgetown 


L 40-52 


J10 


• Clemson 


W 4942 


J12 


al Virginia 


L 44-64 


J14 


alNavy 


L 47-51 


J16 


• South Carolina 


W 68-54 


J17 


•VMI 


W 6348 


J31 


atAnny 


L 4448 


F7 


•Washington 8 Lee 


W 64-38 


Fll 


• at Geo. Washington 


L 49-65 


F13 


• No. Carolina 


L 47-51 


F16 


Virginia 


L 56-68 


F19 


• Richmond 


W 60-53 


F21 


• at South Carolina 


W 54-53 


F23 


• at Clemson 


W 63-61 


F26 


• at Richmond 


L 62-64 



Ml 


• George Washington 


L 35-59 


M4 


Davidson ' 


L 51-58 


1-SoCon Tournament al Durham, 
Indoor Stadium) 


N.C, (Duke 


1940-49 

Record: 9-18 H: 4-5 A: 5-11 N: 0-2 


SC: 8-7. 7th place 


D4 


at Temple 


L 49-67 


D9 


• Virginia Tech 


W 60-51 


Dll 


at Loyola (Md.) 


L 75-77 


D13 


• Richmond 


L 45-54 


D16 


Virginia 


L 47-53 


018 


• Clemson 


W 74-50 


J3 


• al No. Carolina 


L 47-55 


J4 


• Davidson ' 


L 49-52 


J7 


at Virginia 


L 43-79 


JIG 


at Georgetown 


L 51-53 


J12 


at Pennsylvania 


L 67-81 


J22 


at Navy 


L 46-52 


J26 


• George Washinqton 


L 54-66 


J28 


at Miami 


W 4342 


J29 


at Miami 


L 48-58 


F2 


at Cincinnati ^ 


L 33-70 


F4 


•at VMI 


W 5345 


F5 


•at Washington 8 Lee W 66-60 


F8 


• South Carolina 


W 7949 


F11 


• No. Carolina 


L 52-66 


F17 


Georgetown 


L 52-56 


F19 


• at South Carolina 


W 57-56 


F20 


• at Clemson 


L 49-68 


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 
Cincinnati, Ohio (Music Hall): 3-SoCon Toumament 
at Durtiam, N C. (Duke Indoor Sladium) 


1949-50 

Record: 7-18 H:6-6 A: 1-12 


SC: 5-13, 131h place 


03 


• al Virginia Tech 


L 57-63 


05 


al Tennessee 


L 40-61 


06 


al Virginia 


L 56-66 


010 


•WashinqtonSLee 


W 6546 


014 


al Pennsylvania 


L 52-54 


016 


• Clemson 


L 55-60 


017 


at Navy 


L 62-75 


019 


Ohio Wesleyan 


L 71-75 


J2 


• al No Carolina 


L 53-55 


J3 


• at Duke 


L 46-58 


J7 


at Georqelown 


W 71-65 


J10 


• William 8 Mary 


L 52-56 


J12 


• al Richmond 


L 49-59 


J14 


• George Washinglon 


L 51-72 


J21 


•at Williams Mary 


L 56-64 


F1 


•VMI 


W 65-53 


F3 


• No. Carolina 


L 56-69 


F6 


•at VMI 


L 61-62 


FIO 


•Duke 


W 67-57 


F13 


• South Carolina 


L 56-61 


F14 


Virginia 


W 70-52 


F18 


• Davidson 


W 64-61 


F21 


• Richmond 


W 6748 


F24 


• at South Carolina 


L 44-59 


F25 


•at Clemson 


L 68-70 



Bud 
Millikan 



r\ 



■.i^ 



m 



17 Seasons 
1950-51 to 
1966-67 
Rec; 243-182 
Conf.: 130-109 



1950-51 

Record: 16-11 H: 10-3 A: 5-7 N: 1-1 



SC: 11-8, 8lh place 


01 


Vin^inia 


W 59-57 


06 


at Pennsylvania 


L 65-74 


011 


•William 8 Mary 


W 4841 


D13 


at Virginia 


W 4643 


018 


• Washington S Lee 


W 5243 


019 


Rutgers 


W 5145 


J2 


• al No, Carolina 


W 67-59 


J6 


• al Richmond 


W 4842 


JIO 


at Navy 


L 47-51 


J13 


Georgetown 


W 5847 


J15 


• Vin]inia Tech 


L 57-66 


J20 


• No. Carolina 


W 56-55 


Fl 


• at Davidson 


W 57-55 



F2 


• at South Carolina 


L 43-70 


F3 


• at Clemson 


L 44-50 


F7 


•alWash'ngtonSLee 


L 65^3 


F8 


•alVMI 


W 4M1 


F12 


• South Carolina 


W 47-37 


F14 


• West Virginia 


L 64-70 


F16 


•Ouke 


L 4049 


F17 


■ at William S Mary 


L 50-55 


F19 


• Clemson (OT) 


W 54-50 


F21 


• Richmond 


W 42-33 


F23 


• at Geo. Washington 


L 47-67 


F24 


•VMI 


W 6546 


Ml 


Clemson ' 


W 5048 


M2 181 


al NC State ' 


L 45-54 


1-SoCon ToumamenI at Raleigh, N,C. (Reynolds 
Coliseum) 


1951-52 

Record: 13-9 H: 8-1 A: 5-7 N: 0-1 


SC: 9-5, 6th place (lie) 


02 


at Vin]inia 


W 5942 


05 


• Washington 8 Lee 


W 71-51 


08 


at Pennsylvania 


L 52-53 


012 


• William S Mary 


W 54-53 


015 


•alWestViniinia 


L 36-39 


018 


•at VMI 


W 57-39 


019 


• at Washington S Lee W 5143 


J3 


• at No. Canilina 


L 47-51 


J5 


aINavy 


W 4845 


J7 


Virginia 


W 63-53 


J10 


Georgetown 


W 5540 


J12 


at Rutgers 


L 55-61 


J18 


• No. Carolina 


W 71-51 


F9 


•VMI 


W 6446 


F14 


• Richmond 


W 5545 


F16 


•al Williams Mary 


L 66-71 


F18 


■alDuke 


L 51-56 


F21 


at Georgetown 


L 61-71 


F27 


• at Richmond 


W 54-50 


F29 


• George Washington 


L 56-57 


Ml 


• Davidson 


W 7148 


M6 (121 


Ouke' 


L 48-51 


1-SoCon Toumament al Raleigh, N,C, (Reynolds 
Coliseum) 


1952-53 

Record: 15-8 H: 8-2 A: 6-5 N: 1-1 


SC: 12-3, 2nd 


place (tie) 




02 


Virginia 


W 71-61 


04 


•William 8 Mary 


W 64-61 


06 


at Pennsylvania 


L 53-70 


013 


• West Virginia 


W 5245 


017 


•alVMI 


W 54-37 


018 


•al Washinglon 8 Lee W 5840 


J3 


• al No. Carolina 


L 49-59 


J5 


at Virginia 


W 59-56 


J8 


•al Richmond (OT) 


W 63-60 


JIO 


Georgetown 


L 45-54 


J12 


•Vin^lniaTech 


W 6546 


J17 


• No. Carolina 


W 68-66 


F3 


• at G. Washinglon (20T)L 62-63 


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 


al Georgetown 


L 4849 


F21 


alNavy 


L 47-51 


F24 


• Geo. Washinqton 


W 66-53 


M5 


Duke' 


W 74-65 


M6 


Wake Forest (OT)' 


L 59-61 


1-SoCon Toumament at Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds 
Coliseum) 


1953-54 

Record: 23-7 H: 9-2 A: 114 N;3-1 


ACC:7-2,2nc 


place 




Postseason: AP No. 20 


03 


• al Soulh Carolina 


W 5349 


04 


• at Clemson 


W 8141 


05 


•at Wake Forest 


L 54-71 


08 


al William 8 Mary 


W 69-54 


014 


at West Virginia 


L 71-87 


D17 


Virqinia Tech 


W 60-52 


018 


• Soulh Carolina 


W 7948 


D30 


Arizona Stale ' 


W 65-50 


031 


Evansville ' 


W 66-58 


J2 


at Kentucky Wesleyan' 


W 54-37 


J4 


at Richmond 


W 72-64 


J5 


•Virginia 


W 7M4 


J6 


• Clemson 


W 79-54 


J9 


at Georgetown (OT) 


L 56-58 


J11 


Richmond 


L 71-73 


J15 |71 George Washington 


W 68-61 


J18 


•at Virginia 


W 70-56 


J30 [131 


at Tampa 


W 61-51 


Fl 1131 


at Miami 


W 63-57 


F4 1131 


al Washington 8 Lee 


W 51-25 


F5 1131 


al Virqinia Tech 


W 5441 



200S-03 MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 




T 



Fir [111 


Wastiinqton & Lee 


W 7H3 


F13 1111(161 


at Navy (OT) 


W 61-60 


F15 mi 


• Wake FoiBst 


W 74-53 


F16 [1111141 


■Duke 


L 61-68 


F18 (11[ 


Georqetown 


W 53-50 


F23 [111 181 


at Geo. Washington 


L 57-70 


F25 1111 


William S Mary 


W 74-55 


M4 1171 


Clemson '' 


W 75-59 


M5 1171 


Wake Forest (OT)' 


L 56-64 


1-AII-American City Tournament at Owensboro, 
Ky.; 2-ACC Tournament at Raleigli, N.C. (Reyn- 
olds Coliseum) 


I954«5 

Record: 17-7 H:7-2 A: 7-4 N:3-1 


ACC: 10^1, 3rd place 


04 


Georqetown 


W 60^3 


07 [171 


■Ouke 


W 49^7 


O10 [171 


■Wake Forest (OTl 


L 58-62 


014 


■ at Virqinia 


W 72-69 


017 


■ at Duke 


L 61-68 


018 


• at No. Carolina 


W 70-60 


027 


Texas Tech ' 


W 58-54 


028 


Rhode Island ' 


W 83-66 


030 


Cincinnati ' 


W 78-61 


J4 nil 


• Soutti Carolina 


W 68-51 


J6 (111 


• Virqinia 


W 78-65 


J8 [111 


• at Clemson 


W 71-63 


J10 (111 


■ at South Carolina 


W 68-52 


J13 (111 |2[ 


• NC State 


W 68-64 


J18 [6[ |9[ 


at Geo, Washington 


L 53-75 


J29 (81 


at Navy 


W 60-54 


F5 [121 


at William 8 (.laty 


W 67-62 


F8 (111 (61 


Georqe Washinqton 


L 67-73 


F12 (111 


■ No. Carolina 


W 63-61 


F15 [111 


■ Clemson 


W 68-66 


F19 (HI (71 


■ at NC Slate 


L 58-78 


F21 1111 


• at Wake Forest 


L 71-75 


F25 1171 


at Georqetown (20T) 


W 57^9 


m 1181 


Virainia (OT) ' 


L 67-68 


1-AII-American City Toumamenl at Owensboro, 
Ky.; 2-ACC Tournament at Raleigh, I^.C, (Reyn- 
olds Coliseum) 


Record: 14-10 H: 9-5 A: MN: 0-1 


ACC: 7-7, 51h 


place 




02 


■ Virqinia 


W 67-55 


08 


William 8 l^arv 


W 52-51 


010 


■ Wake Forest 


W 61-51 


015 (121 


Kentucky 


L 61-62 


017 1111 


■ No. CanDlina 


L 62-68 


029 (161 


lilichiqan State ' 


L 75-95 


O30 


St. Francis ' 


W 75-66 



J4 


• South Carolina 


W 76-57 


J5 


(7) Georqe Washington 


W 62-48 


J7 


• at Clemson 


W 71-63 


J9 


• at South Carolina 


W 59-53 


J12 


131 ■NC State 


L 64-73 


J14 


161 ■at Duke 


L 62-76 


J16 


191 ■at No. Carolina 


L 55-64 


J21 


at Georgetown (OT) 


W 62-57 


F4 


Navy 


W 80-61 


R 


(81 'Duke 


L 70-82 


F11 


[191 at Geo. Washinqton 


W 67-46 


F14 


• Clemson 


W 81-69 


F18 


15) • at NC Slate 


W 71-62 


F20 


•at Wake Forest 


L 60-76 


F23 


•at Virqinia 


L 60-73 


F25 


Georgetown 


W 72-61 


M1 


nil Duke' 


L 69-94 


1-Mid-Winter Festival at College Park. t>1d. (Cole 
Field House); 2-ACC Tournament at Raleigh, N,C, 
(Reynolds Coliseum) 


1956-57 

Record: 16-10 H:8-2 A: 5-6 N:3-2 


ACC: 9-5, 2nd place 


D1 


•at Virqinia 


W 67-63 


D6 


Fordham 


L 62-68 


D10 


•Wake Forest 


W 59-53 


015 


(3[ at Kentucky 


L 55-76 


017 


(6[ •at No. Carolina 


L 61-70 


030 


Montana State ' 


W 89-72 


031 


New Mexico A8M' 


L 4345 


J1 


Virqinia ' 


W 43-39 


J4 


• at Clemson 


W 59-52 


J5 


■ at South Carolina 


L 60-68 


JIO 


[151 •Duke 


W 62-51 


J12 


at Geo. Washinqton 


W 6848 


J14 


• South Carolina 


W 66-59 


J16 


Georqetown 


W 82-69 


J19 


• NC State 


W 79-66 


J31 


1191 •at Ouke 


L 60-72 


F2 


Georqe Washinqton 


W 84-67 


F5 


ni ■ No. Carolina (20T) 


L 61-65 


F12 


• Virginia 


W 85-64 


F16 


• at NC Slate 


W 5649 


F18 


117) •at Wake Forest 


L 58-62 


F23 


at Navy 


L 55-56 


F25 


• Clemson 


W 74-65 


F27 


at Georqetown 


W 62-59 


M7 


Virqinia' 


W 71-68 


M8 


South Carolina ' 


L 64-74 


1-AII-American City Tournament at Owensboro, 
Ky; 2-ACC Tournament at Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds 
Coliseum) 



1957-58 



Record: 22-7 H: 10-1 A: 64 N:6-2 




ACC: 9-5, 4th 


Diace, ACC Toumament Champion 


Postseason: NCAA East Region 3rd place, AP 
No. 6, UPI No. 6 


04 


Georqe Washington 


W 64-55 


07 


at Fordham 


W 61-58 


09 


Kentucky 


W 71-62 


013 


■ Wake Forest 


W 72-58 


018 (61 


Navy 


W 88-58 


028 (61 


Vanderbilt ' 


W 71-56 


030 161 


Memphs Stale (30T1 


L 4647 


J3 171 


■ at South Carolina 


W 72-59 


J4 (7[ 


• at Clemson 


L 66-73 


J8 nil 


•Ouke 


W 7449 


J11 nil 131 


• No, Carolina 


W 74-61 


J14 181 


at Geon^etown 


W 5545 


J20 1811201 


•NC State 


L 48-57 


F1 191 


at Navy 


W 64-51 


F7 181 


• at Virqinia 


W 87-66 


F8 181 


• at Wake Forest 


W 74-67 


F13 191 


• Clemson 


W 72-54 


F15 1911101 


• at NC State (30T) 


L 64-69 


F18 n41 


• Virginia 


W 69-56 


F21 1141 171 


• at Duke 


L 59-68 


F22 11411161 


• at No, Carolina 


L 59-66 


F26 \m 


Georgetown 


W 5646 


Ml 1171 


• South Caralina 


W 99-59 


M6 1171 


Virqinia ' 


W 70-66 


M7 1171 (61 


Duke(OT)' 


W 71-65 


M8 117in31 


No. Carolina ' 


W 86-74 


Mil 161 


Boston College ' 


W 86-63 


M14 161 (51 Temple' 


L 67-71 


M15 161 


Manhattan ' 


W 59-55 



1-Sugar Bowl Tournament at New Orieans, La. 
{Loyola Field House); 2-ACC Tournament at 
Raleigh, N.C, (Reynolds Coliseum); 3-NCAA East 
Region First Round at New Yorl<, N.Y (Madison 
Square Garden); 4-NCAA East Regional at Char- 
(otte, N.C. (Chartotle Coliseum} 




Gene Shue 



1958-59 

Record:10-13H:7-3A:2-8N:1-2 


ACC: 7-7, 3rd place (Be) 


D3 




■ NC State 


L 53-55 


06 




at Northwestern 


L 62-66 


D10 




■ Virqinia 


W 63-56 


015 


|21 


at Kentucky (OT) 


L 56-58 


017 




Navy 


L 50-53 


020 




■ Wake Forest 


W 68-65 


029 


PI 


Mississippi State ' 


L 45-56 


D30 




Loyola (Md.) ' 


W 54-50 


J7 




■Duke 


W 64-31 


J9 




■ at South Carolina 


W 5941 


JIO 




■ at Clemson 


L 46-55 


J14 




Georgetovm 


W 61-53 


J17 




■ at Ouke 


L 69-78 


F4 


PI 


■ at No. Carolina 


L 57-64 


F7 




■at Wake Forest 


L 53-56 


F10 




G. Washinqton (OT) 


L 65-66 


F14 


[61 


• at NC Slate 


L 37-53 


F16 




• Clemson 


W 77-58 


F18 




•at Virqinia 


L 50-62 


F21 


ni 


• No. Carolina 


W 69-51 


F25 




at Georqetown 


W 67-56 


F27 




• South Carolina 


W 7545 


M5 




Virainia' 


L 65-66 


1-Sugar Bowl Toumament at New Odeans, La, 
(Loyola Field House): 2-ACC Tournament at 
Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum) 


1959-69 

Record: 15-8 H: 8-2 A: 7-5 N:0-1 


ACC: 9-5, 3rd place 


03 




at Geo Wastiinglon 


W 64-57 


09 




• Virqinia 


W 70-62 


014 




Geonjelown 


W 5948 


018 




•Wake Forest 


L 47-54 


028 


|91 


Indiana ' 


L 63-72 


029 




Fordham ' 


W 76-54 


J4 




Yale 


W 103-80 


J8 




• Soutti Carolina 


W 85-52 


J13 




at Georqetown 


L 51-66 


J16 




■alOuke 


W 5648 


J18 




•NC State 


W 63-53 


J20 




at Navy 


W 51-50 


F3 


m 


• No. Carolina 


L 66-75 


F6 




•alWakeFoisst 


L 64-65 


F10 




•al Virqinia 


W 4443 


F13 




•aINC Stale 


L 4648 


F15 




• Clemson 


W 70-55 


F18 




•Duke 


W 71-61 


F20 




G, Washington (OT) 


W 86-84 


F23 




• at No, Carolina 


L 64-81 


F26 




• at Clemson (2 OT) 


W 66-59 


F27 




• at South Carolina 


W 72-55 


1^3 




al NC Slate- 


L 58-74 


1-Blue Grass Festival at Louisville, Ky (Kentucky 
State Fairgrounds Pavilion), 2-ACC Toumament al 
Ralciqh, NC. (Reynolds Coliseum) 



1960-61 

Record: 14-12 H: 9-2 A: 3-8 N: 2-2 



ACC: 6-8, 5th place 


01 




Penn State 


W 6447 


03 




• at Virqinia 


W 57-52 


06 




Georqe Washinqton 


W 80-68 


010 




at Minnesota 


W 64-53 


014 


[121 


at Geonjelown 


W 78-67 


017 


[121 


• Wake Forest 


L 60-72 


029 


|111 


No, Carolina ' 


L 57-81 


030 


[101 


at NC Stale' 


L 67-75 


031 




Wyoming ' 


W 84-77 


J7 




• South Carolina 


W 72-58 


J11 




Geonqetown 


W 5547 


J14 


|81 


• at Duke 


L 62-70 


J16 


n 


• No, Carolina 


L 52-58 


J18 




Navy 


W 63-62 


J21 




•NC Slate 


W 75-57 


F2 


|51 


• at No. Carolina 


L 56-63 


F4 




•al Wake Forest 


L 69-78 


F10 




• at Clemson 


L 59-76 


F11 




• at South Caralina 


L 61-64 


F13 




• at NC Stale 


L 66-83 


F16 


131 


■Duke 


W 76-71 


F18 




at Geo, Washinqton 


L 44-63 


F22 




■ Virqinia 


W 77-62 


F25 




■ Clemson (OT) 


W 82-80 


M2 




Clemson ' 


W 91-75 


M3 




Wake Forest' 


L 76-98 



1-Dixie Classic at Raleigh. N.C, (Reynolds Coli- 
seum); 2-ACC Tournament at Raleigli, N-C- 
(Reynolds Coliseum) 

1961-62 

Record: 8-17 H:4-6 A: 4-8 N:0-3 



ACC: 3-11, 7tf 


place 






02 




at Penn State 


L 


65-71 


06 




Georgetown {20T) 


L 


78-79 


012 




•NC Stale (OT) 


L 


68-73 


015 




Minnesota 


W 


75-69 


016 


|31 


•Wake Forest 


W 


79-62 


018 




• al Viirjinia 


W 


91-70 


029 




Mississippi Stale ' 


L 


62-64 


D30 




Louisville ' 


L 


64-83 


J3 




at Geo, Washinqton 


W 


67-56 


J6 




• South Carolina 


L 


77-86 


JIO 




at Georgetown 


W 


83-70 


J13 


|101 


• at Duke 


L 


68-84 


J16 




Georqe Washington 


W 


81-67 


J20 




• at NC State 


L 


61-68 


J22 




at Miami 


W 


71-68 


F3 




at Navy 


L 


58-67 


F6 




■ No. Carolina 


W 


79-62 


F9 




■ at South Carolina 


L 


68-85 


F10 




■ at Clemson 


L 


61-73 


F13 


(71 


■Duke 


L 


53-79 


F17 




■at Wake Forest 


L 


78-81 


F19 




■ at No. Carolina 


L 


67-70 


F21 




■ Virqinia 


L 


68-72 


F24 




■ Clemson 


L 


68-75 


Ml 


181 


Duke' 


L 


58-71 


1-Sugar Bowl Tournament at New Orleans, La 
(Loyola Field House); 2-ACC TournamenI al 
Raleigh, N,C. (Reynolds Coliseum) 


1962-63 

Record: 8-13 H;5-6 A: 3-6 N:0-1 


ACC: 4-10, 6lh place (tie) 


01 




Penn Slate 


L 


61-62 


D4 




al Georqetown 


L 


70-79 


09 


PI 


■at Duke 


L 


56-92 


Oil 




■NC State (OT) 


L 


74-76 


015 




■atViminia 


W 


67-61 


019 




•Wake Forest 


L 


74-85 


J5 




• South Carolina 


W 


68-63 


J7 




George Washington 


W 


74-72 


J12 




Navy 


W 


67-61 


J14 


[101 


• No Carolina 


L 


56-78 


J19 




• at NC Stale 


L 


59-79 


F1 




at Geo. Washinqton 


W 


68-67 


F4 




Georqetown 


w 


73-72 


R 




• al No. Carolina 


L 


68-82 


F9 




• al Clemson 


L 


60-62 


F11 




• al South Carolina 


W 


5144 


F14 




• at Wake Forest 


L 


54-75 


F16 




• Viroinia 


L 


69-71 


F19 


PI 


•Ouke 


L 


70-76 


F23 




■ Clemson 


W 


69-67 


F28 




Wake Forest ' 


L 


41-80 


1-ACC Toumamenl al Raleigh, N,C. (Reynolds 
Coliseum) 



I963«4 

Record: 9-17 H; 54 A; 2-10 H: 2-3 ACC: 

5-9, 6th place 



02 


• Virqinia 


W 68-58 


04 


al Georgetown 


L 72-83 


07 


3l Penn Stale 


L 62-91 


DIO 


•NC Slate 


W 72-62 



014 




WesI Viqinia 


W 74-72 


016 




• Clemson 


W 5648 


D20 




Tennessee ' 


L 59-70 


021 




Louisiana State ' 


W IMS' 


027 




Arizona' 


L 54-57 


028 




Columbia ' 


W 82-76 


J6 




• South Carolina (OT) 


L 69-73 


J11 




at Navy 


L 5568 


J13 




• al No. Carolina 


L 88-97 


J18 




■ at NC State 


L 65^6 


J20 




•at Wake Forest 


W 91-82 


F1 




at Geo. Washinqton 


W 80-76 


F5 




at West Virginia 


L 67-91 


F8 


f] 


•Ouke 


L 72-104 


F14 




•Wake Forest 


L 77-79 


F18 




• No. Carolina 


W 7464 


F20 




•at Virginia 


L 73-79 


F22 


["1 


•at Ouke 


L 6M4 


F25 




Geoiqetown 


L 78-81 


F28 




• al Clemson 


L 68^3 


F29 




• at South Caralina 


L 64-74 


M5 




Clemson ' 


L 67-81 


1-VPI Toumament at Blacksburg, Va, (Virginia Tech 
Coliseum}; 2-Evansville Holiday Toumament at 
Evansville, Ind. (Roberls Stadium); 3-ACC Touma- 
ment at Raleiqh, N.C. (Reynolds Cloliseum) 


1964-65 

Record: 18-8 H: 9-3 A: 74 N:2-1 


ACC: 104, 2nd place (lie) 


02 




Penn Slate 


W 72-71 


03 




Geoige Washington 


W 82-80 


05 




•atVinjinia 


L 59-61 


08 




• NC State 


L 62-63 


012 




West Virginia (OTl 


L 73-80 


018 




• Wake Forest 


W 82-64 


019 




Kansas (OT) 


L 61-63 


028 




Tulsa' 


W 66-59 


029 




al Miami ' 


L 73-80 


J4 




• No. Caralina 


W 76-68 


J8 




• at Clemson (2DT) 


W 67-65 


J9 




• at South Carolina 


W 75-70 


J13 




Navy 


W 77-58 


J14 




•at Wake Forest (OTl 


W 93^5 


J16 




• at NC State 


L 67-73 


J30 




• al No. Caralina 


W 91-80 


F1 


[101 


• at Duke 


L 64-82 


F10 




atWestVirainia 


W 86-78 


F13 




at Georaelown 


W 85-67 


F17 




■ Virqinia 


W 5247 


F20 




at Navy 


W 70-57 


F23 


|51 


■Duke 


W 85-62 


F26 




• Clemson 


W 88-71 


F27 




■ South Carolina 


W 73-59 


M4 




Clemson ' 


W 61-50 


M5 




at NC State ' 


L 67-76 


1-Miami, Fla. (Miami Beach Convention Center); 
2-ACC Toumament at Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds 
Coliseum) 


1965-66 

Record: 14-11 H: 7-3 A: 5-7 N:2-1 


ACC: 7-7, 5tll 


place 




01 




al Penn Stale 


L 61-65 


04 




■Wake Forest 


W 87-66 


07 




■ NC State 


W 5948 


010 


[71 


at Kansas 


L 62-71 


Oil 




at Kansas Stale 


W 63-57 


015 




Geonjelown 


W 77-59 


D21 




at West Virqinia 


L 74-76 


029 




Houston ' 


W 69-68 


D30 




Dayton ' 


W 77-75 


J3 




• al No. Carolina 


L 52-67 


J5 




•Virginia 


L 62-65 


J13 


[11 


•alOuke 


L 61-76 


J15 




•aINC Stale (OT) 


L 58-60 


J27 




3l Geo. Washington 


W 107-81 


J29 




• at Clemson 


L 66-71 


J31 




•at South Carolina 


W 78-63 


F5 




• No, Carolina 


W 76-66 


R 




•alWateFoiKl(OTl 


W 86-78 


F9 




Navy 


W 74-69 


F12 




WeslViminia 


W 107-92 


F16 




■at Virginia 


W 71-64 


F19 


PI 


•Duke 


L 69-74 


F25 




< South Carolina 


W 5642 


F26 




•Clemson 


L 69-81 


M3 




No. Carolina' 


L 70-77 



1 -Sugar Bowl Toumamenl at New Orleans. La 
(Loyola Field House), 2-ACC Tournament al 
Raleigh, NC (Reynolds Co[iseum| 

1966-67 

Record: 11-14 H: 5-5 A : 4-6 N:2-l 



ACC: 5-9, 51h place (lie) 


D1 Penn State 


W r&53 


D7 • 31 NC Stale 


W 54-38 


010 •South Carolina 


L 63-65 


013 •BlWrQinia 


W 85« 



D17 


at Memphis Slate ' 


L 53-55 


. .pm 


• Wake Forest 


L 59-68 


*^^^ 


at Davidson ^ 


W 66-65 


■■629 


Anny^ 


W 57-54 


J7 


• NC Slate 


W 60-55 


J11 


at West Virginia (OT) 


W 82-81 


J14 


•Duke(OT) 


L 69-72 


J16 


• Clemson 


W 68-48 


J28 


West Vinjinia 


L 58-61 


J30 


• at South Carolina 


L 53-80 


F4 


(21 • at No. Carolina 


L 77-85 


F9 


Georqe Washington 


W 78-52 


F11 


at Georgetown 


1. 49-80 


F13 


• Virginia 


W 87-76 


F16 


at Navy 


L 65-66 


F18 


• al Duke 


L 58-81 


F22 


151 'No. Carolina 


L 78-79 


F25 


• at Clemson 


L 61-65 


M4 


• al Wake Forest 


L 64-78 


M9 


South Carolina' 


L 54-57 


1-Memphis Invitational at Memphis, Tenn. (Mid- 
South Coliseum): 2-Chartotte Invitational at Char- 
lotle, N C. (Charlotte Coliseum): 3-ACCToumamenl 
al Greensboro, N.C (Greensboro Coliseum) 



Frank 
Fellows 




1967-68 

Record: 8-16 H:7-3 A: ■ 



-11 N:0-2 



ACC: 4-10. 6th place 


D2 




at Penn Stale 




71-76 


D4 




at Geo. Washington 


W 


84-53 


D6 




•NC State 




62-75 


D9 




• South Carolina 


W 


66-65 


D14 




•al Wake Forest 




60-73 


D21 




at Tejas-EI Paso ' 




53-70 


D22 




Southern Illinois (OT) 


> I 


72-73 


J3 




• al South Carolina 




59-68 


J6 




•alNC State 




52-68 


J10 




WeslViriiinia 


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 




64-85 


F10 




at West Virginia 




66^3 


F13 




• Virginia 


W 


85-76 


F17 




• Wake Forest 


W 


87-74 


F21 


PI 


• at No. Carolina 




60-83 


F24 




• Clemson 


W 


81-68 


F28 




• at Virginia 




68-70 


M2 




Georgetown 


W 


68-60 


M7 




NC Stale' 




54-63 


1-Sun Carnival Tournament at E! Paso. Texas 
(f^emonal Gymnasium): 2-ACC Tournament al 
Charlotle. N.C. (Chariotte Coliseum) 


1968-69 

Record: 8-18 H:4-6 A: 3-10 N: 1-2 


ACC: 2-12, 7t 


place (tie) 






N30 




Penn State 


W 


66-56 


D4 




al West Virginia 




65-86 


D7 




• at South Carolina 




67-79 


D11 




Princeton 




63-72 


D14 




• at Wake Forest 




87-95 


D17 




Georqe Washington 


W 


99-96 


D20 




at Marshall ' 


W 


89-80 


D21 




Miami ' 




85-92 


D27 


|3| 


at Davidson ' 




69-83 


D28 




Wfichita Stale' 


W 


95-83 


J3 




•al Wake Forest' 




71-93 


J4 




•alNC Stale 




69-85 


J8 




• South Carolina 




67-69 


J11 




•alDuke 




85-96 


J13 




• Clemson 


W 


83-78 


J16 




• Virginia 




77-78 


F1 


[21 


• at No. Carolina 


L 87-107 


F5 




•NC State 




81-86 


F8 




West Virginia 


W 


91-84 


F10 




•Duke 




83-93 


F12 




aINavy 




68-72 


F15 




•atVirt]inia 




78*( 


F19 


|31 


■ No. Carolina 




85-88 


F22 




• at Clemson 


W 


84-83 


Ml 




at Georgetown 


W 


83-78 



1-Marshall InvJlalJonal al Hunlington. W. Va. (Memo- 
rial Field House); 2-Charfotte Invilational at Char- 
lotte, N.C- (Chariotte Coliseum); 3-at Greensboro. 
N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 4-ACC Tournament 
al Chariotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum) 



Charles Lefty' 
Driesell 




1969-70 

Record: 13-13 H: 10^1 A: 3-7 N:0-2 



ACC:5-9,61h 


D1 




Buffalo 


W 97-77 


D3 




at Geo. Washington 


W 92-71 


D10 




at Princeton 


L 67-75 


D13 




•Wake Forest 


L 87-104 


015 


|81 


• South Carolina 


L 68-101 


D19 




Aimy' 


L 54-69 


D20 




Fordham ' 


W 94-71 


D29 




Delaware 


W 94-58 


J2 


[15| 


•NC State' 


L 57-91 


J3 




•at Wake Forest' 


W 9M8 


J7 




West Virginia 


W 83-76 


J10 


|31 


• at South Carolina 


L 44-55 


J12 




• at Clemson 


W 75-68 


J14 




Naw 


W 73-57 


J24 




Maine 


W 97-68 


J28 




•Duke 


W 52-50 


J31 


|91 


■ No. Carolina 


L 69-77 


F4 


[51 


• at NC State 


L 54-64 


F7 




Georgetown 


W 81-71 


F11 




•atVin]inia 


L 69-71 


F18 


|131 


• at No. Carolina 


L 83-90 


F21 




• at Duke 


L 76-87 


F23 




• Clemson 


W 103-85 


F25 




at West Virginia 


L 78-83 


F28 




• Virginia 


W 79-71 


M5 


1191 


NC Stale' 


L 57-67 


1-Maryland Invitational Tournament at College 
Parte, m. (Cote Field House): 2-at Greensboro, 
N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum): 3-ACC Tournament 
al Chatlolle, N.C. (Chariotte Coliseum) 


1970-71 

Record: 14-12 H:l1-4 A: 3-7 N:0-1 


ACC: 5-9, 6th 


place (tie) 




D1 




Delaware 


W 86-73 


05 




Buffalo 


W 109-70 


08 




Lehigh 


W 8M6 


012 




•Wake Forest 


W 72-71 


016 


|21 


• al South Carolina 


L 70-96 


019 




alGeonietown 


L 79-92 


D22 




Tampa 


W 80-72 


D29 




Miami 


W 111-77 


J2 




Richmond 


W 99-67 


J6 




•NC Stale 


L 81-83 


J9 


[21 


• South Caralina (OT) 


W 31-30 


J11 




• Clemson 


W 56-52 


J23 




George Washington 


W 69-67 


J27 




al Loyola (Md.) 


W 88-69 


J30 


|201 


• at No. Carolina 


L 79-105 


F3 




• at NC Slate 


L 61-71 


F6 




• al Duke 


W 88-79 


F10 




• at Virginia 


L 63-78 


F13 




•Duke 


L 67-70 


F17 


|81 


• No. Carolina 


L 76-100 


F20 




atSetonHall 


W 55-55 


F23 




• al Clemson (OT) 


L 45-51 


F27 




West Virginia 


L 81-83 


M2 




•at Wake Forest 


L 66-72 


M6 




• Vinjinia (OTl 


W 89-84 


M11 


161 


South Carolina ' 


L 63-71 


1-ACC Tournament at Greensbotu, N.C. (Greens- 
boro Coliseum) 


1971-72 

Record: 27-5 H: 14-0 A: 7-1 N: 6-1 


ACC: 8-4, 2nd place (lie), 
ACC Toumamenl Finalist 


Posls8asai:NI1 


Champion, AP No 14, UPI No. 11 


D1 


|6| 


Brown 


W 10^83 


D4 


[61 


at Geo. Washington 


W 117-96 


D8 


|51 


• at ViR]inia 


L 57-78 


D13 


|51 


Georgetown 


W 7946 


D17 


1151 


Canisius 


W 86-77 


D20 1151 


at Loyola (Md.) 


W 73-60 



022 1151 


at Holy Cross 


W 102-79 


029 1161 


Western Kentucky ' 


W 103-67 


030 1161 |9| 


SI John's ' 


W 90-69 


J5 1121 


•NC Slate 


W 83-70 


J8 112) 


• al Clemson 


L 61-63 


J10 1121 


•al Wake Forest' 


W 4946 


J22 


at Navy 


W 85-60 


J25 (181 


Buffalo 


W 82-58 


J29 1181 131 


• at No. Carolina 


L 72-92 


J31 |18| 


■ at NC Stale 


W 66-65 


F5 


•Ouke 


W 77-58 


F9 1201 


Duquesne 


W 85-71 


F12 


at Long Island 


W 78-60 


F16 1191 13) 


• No. Carolina (OT) 


W 79-77 


F19 1191 


• Clemson 


W 67-57 


F22 1121 


Richmond 


W 76-61 


F26 1121 


•alDuke 


L 59-68 


Ml 118) 


•WakeForEsl(OT) 


W 64-56 


M4 (1811121 


• Viroinia 


W 4542 


M9 [131 


Clemson ' 


W 54-52 


M10 [1311151 Vinjinia' 


W 62-57 


Mil 1131 131 


No. Carolina ' 


L 64-73 


M18 [141 


SI. Joseph's' 


W 67-55 


M20 1141 


Syracuse ' 


W 71-65 


M23 1141 


Jacksonville ' 


W 91-77 


M25 1141 


Niagara ' 


W 100-69 



1-Maryland Invitational at College Park, Md. {Cole 
Field House); 2-at Greenstwro, N.C. (Greensboro 
Coliseum); 3-ACC Tournament al Greensboro, 
N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 4-Naliona! 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 Finalist 


Postseason: 
No. 10 


NCAA Elite Eight, AP No. 8, UPI 


N29 131 


Brown 


W 127-82 


D2 131 


at Richmond 


W 82-50 


D9 131 


al Canisius 


W 107-80 


012 131 


al Georgetown 


W 99-73 


022 121 
029 [21 


George Washington 
Georoia Tech ' 


W 88-79 
W 90-55 


030 [21 


Syracuse ' 


W 90-76 


J2 121 


Kent 


W 76-58 


J6 121 


• at Clemson 


W 79-75 


J9 121 


• Viroinia 


W 93-74 


J14 121 131 


•NC Slate 


L 85-87 


J20 131 


alNavy 


W 76^7 


J22 131 


•Wake Forest 


W 105-76 


J23 141 


Long Island 


W 100-73 


J27 (41 131 


• No. Carolina 


W 94^8 


J31 131 121 


• at NC State 


L 78-89 


F3 131 


• at Duke 


L 81-85 


F8 [91 


at Foidham 


W 83-72 


F11 [91 


Buffalo 


W 9M4 


F14 [101 [61 


• al No. Carolina 


L 85-95 


F17 [101 


• Clemson 


W 6^66 


F21 181 


al Ouguesne 


W 81-71 


F24 181 


•Duke 


W 96-68 


F28 [91 


•at Wake Forest 


L SM2 


M3 [91 


• at Viroinia 


W 92-81 


MS 1101 


Clemson ' 


W 77-61 


m [101 


Wake Forest' 


W 73-65 


1^10 1101 121 


NC State' 


L 74-76 


M15 1811141 


Syracuse ' 


W 91-75 


M17 [81 [41 


Providence ' 


L 89-103 


1-Maiyland InvitaSonal at College Pari<, Md. (Cole 
Field House); 2-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, 
N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 3-NCAA East Re- 
gional at Chariotte, N.C. (Charlotle Coliseum) 


1973-74 

Record: 23-5 H: 12-1 A: 7-3 N:4-1 


ACC: 9-3, 2nd place (lie), 
ACC Tournament Finalist 


Postseason: AP No 4, UPI No. 4 


01 141 HI 


at UCLA 


L 64-65 


D5 141 


Eastern Kentucky 


W 106-57 


D11 141 


Georoetown 


W 115^3 


D21 121 


San Francisco ' 


W 78-60 


022 121 


Santa Clara ' 


W 53-32 


D29 [2 


Holy Cross ' 


W 102-75 


D30 [2 


Boston College ' 


W 58-37 


J2 [31 


at Richmond 


W 96-60 


J5 [31 


• Clemson 


W 89-60 


J11 [31 


•al Wake Forest 


W 72-59 


J13 [31 141 


•alNC Stale 


L 74-80 


J17 [4[ 


Fordham 


W 112-73 


J19 [4[ 


alNavy 


W 72-50 


J22 [5[ 


Canisius 


W 86-73 


J26 [51 [41 


• at No. Carolina 


L 73-82 


J30 161 121 


• NC Slate 


L 80-86 


F2 161 


•Duke 


W 104-83 


F6 [71 


• al Virginia 


W 88-81 


F9 [71 


Georoe Washington ' 


W 92-71 


F13 [61 141 


• No. Caralina 


W 91-80 



F16 


(61 


• al Clemson 


W 56-54 


F20 


(51 


Ouguesne 


W 98-72 


F23 


[51 


•alOuke 


W 64-61 


F27 


151 


• Wake Forest 


W 77-68 


M2 


151 


• Viroinia 


W 110-75 


M7 


m 


Duke' 


W 85-66 


M8 


W 161 


No. Carolina ' 


W 105-85 


M9 


141 m 


NC Slate (OT)' 


L10O-1(B 



1-Cable Car Classic at Oakland. Calif. (Oakland 
Coliseum): 2 -Maryland Invitabonal a! College Park. 
Md, (Cole Field House); 3-at Landover. Md. (Capital 
Centre); 4-ACC Toumamenl 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 Elite Eight, AP No. 5, 
UPI No. 5 


N18 


H 


Richmond 


W 106^1 


D4 


m 


•al Wake Forest 


W 99-78 


07 


m 


Long Island 


W 99*1 


D10 


15| 


Georoetown ' 


W 104-71 


D12 


15] 


DePauw 


W 11349 


D21 


151 


Georoe Washington 


W 81-67 


D27 


15) 


Georoia Tech ' 


W 105-67 


028 


15) 131 


UCLA' 


L 75-81 


J2 


n 


Appalachian State 


W 96-50 


J4 


(711191 


Notre Oame 


W 90-82 


J8 


151 


•Ouke 


W 83-77 


J11 


[511191 


• Wake Forest 


W 89-73 


J16 


(51 ("1 


•NC State 


W 103-85 


J18 


(51 


alNavy 


W 87-73 


J22 


131 


• al Clemson 


L 82-83 


J25 


131(141 


• No. Carolina 


L 66^9 


F1 


18) (21 


•alNC Stale 


W 98-97 


F4 


141 


•Viroinia 


W 86-79 


F6 


141 


al Foniham 


W 6546 


F8 


(41 


■alDuke 


W 104-80 


F15 


(31 


• at No. Carolina 


W 96-74 


F19 


(31 


•at Viroinia 


W 70-51 


F23 


(31 


at Duquesne 


W10M2 


F26 


1211111 


• Clemson 


W 70-64 


Ml 


121 


E. Tennessee Stale 


W 104-87 


M6 


121 (81 


NC Slate' 


L 85-87 


M18 


141 


Creighlon ' 


W 83-79 


M20 


141 191 


Notre Dame ' 


W 83-71 


M22 


14| (31 


Louisville ^ 


L 82-96 



1-at Landover, Md. (Capital Centre); 2-Maryland 
Invilational al College Park, Md, (Cole Field 
House); 3-ACC Toumamenl al Greensboro. N.C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum); 4-NCAA Midwest Region 
First Round at Lubbock. Texas (Memonal Coliseum); 
5-NCAAMidwesl Regional at Las Cnjces, N.M. (Pan 
American Center) 



1975-76 

Record: 22.6 H: 13-2 A: 8-3 N: 1-1 



ACC: 7-5. 2nd place (tie) 


Postseason: AP No. 11, UPI No, 13 


N29 131 


East Carolina 


W 127-84 


D3 [21 


OePauw 


W 9942 


06 [21 


at Richmond 


W 98-71 


D8 [21 


Boston Universitv 


W 122-^2 


D10 [21 


Georoia Tech 


W 93-65 


O20 [21 


Foniham 


W 81-56 


022 [21 


UNC Chariotte 


W 70-60 


029 [21 


Seton Hall ' 


W 104-69 


O30 [21 


Princeton ' 


W 66-59 


J3 [21 


Long Island 


W 111-86 


J7 (21 


at Geo. Washington 


W 82-72 


J10 [21 [71 


•al Wake Forest' 


L 93-96 


J14 [21(131 


• at NC State 


W 87-69 


J17 (21 


alNavy 


W 87-69 


J21 121 


■ Clemson 


L 77-82 


J25 121 [51 


•at No Carolina (OT 


L 93-95 


J28 171 [81 


•NC Stale 


W 102-84 


J31 171(101 


at Notre Dame 


W 69-63 


F4 151 


■ at Viroinia 


W 69-66 


F7 151 


•Ouke 


W 102-91 


F11 [41 [31 


• No. Carolina 


L 69-81 


F14 [41 


• at Clemson 


W 98-89 


F18 171 


at Georoetown 


W 72.63 


F21 [71 


• al Ouke 


L 67-69 


F25 (101 


•Wake Forest 


W 105-91 


F28 1101 


• Viroinia 


W 81-73 


M4 191 


Duke(OT)' 


W 80-78 


M5 [91 


Virginia ' 


L 65-73 


1-Maryland Invitational at College Parti, Md. (Cole 
Field House); 2-at Greensboro. N.C. (Greensboro 
Coliseum); 3-ACC Tournament al Landover, Md. 
(Capital Cenlre) 


1976-77 

Record: 19-8 H: 154 A: 3-3 N:1-1 


ACC: 7-5, 4th place 


N27 [81 


Notre Oame (OT) 


L 79^0 


N30 [161 


Ball Stale 


W 86-70 


02 (161 


Long Island 


W 49-45 


04 1161 


Princeton 


W 5845 


08 1171 


East Carolina 


W 80-69 


012 1171(191 


DePaul 


W 92-74 


D18 1141 


Appalachian State 


W 76-74 


D22 [151 


Bucknell 


W 106-72 


D28 [161 


Xavier ' 


W 84-74 


D29 [161(181 


Syracuse ' 


W 96« 


J4 [151 


Richmond 


W 9^87 


J8 [1511101 


•Wake Forest (OT) 


L 85-86 


J9 1151 


•NC Slate 


W 87-80 


J15 1141 


Navy' 


W 62-54 


J19 1131 


• a! Clemson 


L 71-93 




Lefty Driesell 



200B-09 MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 



T 



K."\V 



J22 


(131 111 


• No. Carolina 


L 68-71 


J27 




• al NC Slate 


W 75-73 


J29 




Georqe Washington 


L 76-86 


F2 




•Virginia 


W 82-^7 


F5 




•alDuke(OT) 


W 65*( 


F9 


|141 


• at No. Carolina 


L 70-97 


F12 


1151 


• Clemson 


W 84-78 


F15 




Pittsburgh 


W 88-75 


F19 




•Duke 


W 85-72 


F22 


I'll 


•at Wake Forest" 


W 81-80 


F26 




• at Virginia 


L 68-77 


M3 




NC State' 


L 72-82 



1-Maryland Invitational at College Park, Md. (Cole 
Field House}; 2-at Landover, Md- (Capital Centre); 
3-at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 
4-ACC Tournament al Greensboro, NC, (Greens- 
boro Coliseum) 



1977-78 

Record: 15-13 H: 10^ A:1-S N:4-l 


ACQ: 3-9. 6th place 


1^25 


|141 


Bucknell 


W 95-62 


N27 


114] 


American ' 


W 78-65 


N28 


1141 


Georgetown ' 


W 91-87 


D1 


1141 


Penn State ' 


W 89-80 


D7 


1121 


East Carolina 


W 130-106 


O10 1121 


at Geo. Washington 


L 90-101 


017 


1181 


Long Island 


W 94*1 


021 


|201 


Amy 


W 99-77 


028 


114] 


Western Kentucky ' 


W 91-78 


029 114] 


Georgia Tech " 


W 65^3 


J4 


(151 


•Duke 


L 78-88 


J7 


115] 


■at Wake Forest* 


L 75-84 


J11 


1161 


• at NC State 


L 82-88 


J14 




Air Force 


W 74-73 


J16 




• Cleihson 


W 90-75 


J21 


|51 


• at No. Carolina 


L 71-85 


J25 




• NC Stale 


L 73^0 


J29 


151 


at Notre Dame 


L 54-69 


F1 


1111 


•al Virginia 


L 64^66 


F4 




UNLV 


W 81-68 


F8 


f] 


• No. Carolina 


L 64-66 


F11 




• al Clemson 


W 80-75 


F16 




al Pittsburgh (OT) 


L 86-89 


F18 


m 


• at Duke 


L 70,81 


F22 




•Wake Forest 


W 91-89 


F25 




• Virginia 


L 70-79 


Ml 




NC Stale (30T)- 


W109-t08 


M2 


1151 


Duke' 


L 69-81 



1-Tip Off Tournament at Landover, Md- (Capital 
Centre), 2-at Hershey, Pa. (Hershey Parte Arena); 
3-Maryland Invitational at College Parit, Md, (Cole 
Field House); 4-a[ Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro 
Coliseum); 5-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum) 



1978-79 

Record; 19-11 H: 124 k.U N:3-3 


ACC: 6-6. 41h 


place 




Postseason: NIT Second Round 




N24 


Bucknell 


W 107-97 


N28 1191 


Georgetown ' 


L 65-68 


02 1191 


al Air Force 


W 81-68 


04 1191 


at UNLV 


L 88-94 


07 1191 


Penn Stale' 


W 69-61 


09 1191 


Biscavne 


W 86^0 


016 


East Carolina 


W 82-71 


020 141 


• NC Stale 


W124-110 


023 


Canisius 


W1 28-1 03 


029 


St Josephs (0T1> 


W 62-56 


030 (201 


Southern California ' 


W 83-79 


J3 1201 


George Washington 


W 84-72 


J6 1201 


•Wake Forest 


L 60-66 


J10 181 


• al NC State (201) 


W 82-81 


J13 1121 


Louisville 


L 84-99 


J17 1191 


• al Clemson 


W 77-63 


J20 1191 121 


■ No Carolina 


L 53-54 


J23 


Navy 


W 82-62 


J27 HI 


Notre Dame 


W 67-66 


J31 1171 


• Virginia 


L 63-69 


F3 |171 131 
F7 161 


• al Duke 

■ al No Carolina 


L 78-87 
L 67-76 


F10 


• Clemson 


W 77-69 


F17 151 


•Ouke 


W 70-68 


F19 


• al Wake Forcsl ' 


W 54-53 


F21 


• al Virginia 


L 72-75 


Ml 


Clemson * 


W 75-67 



[7] No Carolina ' 



L 79-102 



Rhode Island |30T| ' W 67-65 
Ohio Slate ' L 72-79 



M2 

M7 
M12 

1-al Landover. Md [Capital Centre); 2-al Hershey. 
Pa. (Hershey Park Arena); 3-M3ryland Invilalional at 
College Park. Md (Cole Field House); 4-al Greens- 
boro, N C (Greensboro Coliseum). 5-ACC Tourna- 
ment at Greensboro, N C (Greensboro Coliseum); 
6-Nalional Invitation Toumamenl al College Park, 
Md. (Cole Field House) 



1979-80 

Record: 24-7 H: 16-0 A: 44 N:4-3 



ACC 


11-3. ACC Regular Season Champion 


Postseason: 
UPI No. 8 


NCAA Sweel Sixteen, AP No. 8. 


N30 




UMES 


W 82-58 


03 




Penn State ' 


W 56-55 


04 


1171 


Georgetown ' 


L 71-83 


08 




Brown 


W 72-59 


O10 




Catholic 


W 113-79 


019 




• Georgia Tech 


W 70-60 


022 




Bucknell 


W 95-73 


028 




Miami-OH ' 


W 115-76 


D29 




Temple - 


W 85-63 


J3 




• at Georgia Tech 


W 83-74 


J5 




■ al Wake Forest 


W 84-76 


JIG 




■ al NC Slate 


L 62-67 


J12 




Pittsburgh 


W 95-88 


J16 


1171 


• Clemson 


W 84-83 


J20 


191 


• al No. Carolina 


W 92-86 


J23 


1151 


• NC Slate 


W 66^2 


J26 


1151 181 


al Notre Dame 


L 63* 


J30 


11211131 


• at Virginia 


W 63^1 


F2 


(121 151 


•Duke 


W 101-82 


F7 


niiii 


• No. Carolina 


W 70-69 


F9 


171(161 


•at Clemson 


L 81-90 


F11 


n 


Boston University 


W 99-76 


F13 


181 


East Carolina 


W 85-72 


F16 


1811161 


• at Ouke 


L 61-66 


F20 


191 


• Wake Forest 


W 83-77 


F23 


191 


• Virginia 


W 82-71 


F28 


m 


Georgia Tech (OT) ' 


W 5149 


F29 


mm 


Clemson ' 


W 91-85 


Ml 


m 


Ouke* 


L 72-73 


M8 


181 


Tennessee ^ 


W 86-75 


M14 


181(111 Georgetown' 


L 68-74 



1-at Hershey, Pa. (Hershey Park Arena); 2-at 
Washington D.C. (Municipal Amiory); 3-Maryland 
Invitational at College Park, Md. (Cole Field 
House); 4-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum); 5-NCAA East Region 
Second Round at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro 
Coliseum); 6-NCAA East Regional at Philadelphia, 
Pa. (The Spectrum) 



198041 

Record:21-10H:12-3 A:5-5N:4-2 


ACC: 8-6. 4th 


place. ACC Toumamenl Finalist 


Postseason: NCAA Second Round. AP No. 18, 
UPI No. 11 


N28 |41 


Navy 


W 86-64 


02 141 


American 


W 95-65 


05 141 


Wagner ' 


W 96-73 


06 141(181 


at Syracuse ' 


W 83-73 


DIG [41 


Fairieiqh Dickinson 


W 109-83 


013 14) 


at Louisville 


L 67-78 


D2G 191 


■NC Stale 


W 82-75 


023 191 


• al Georgia Tech 


W 66-55 


029 191 


Marshall' 


W 114-89 


030 191 


SI Joseph's ' 


W 74-57 


J3 (9) 


William SMan^ 


W 69-64 


J7 (811161 


• al No Carolina 


L 66-75 


J10 181 


•Ouke 


W 94-79 


J14 1101 


• Virginia 


L 64-66 


J17 11G11121 


• al Clemson (OT) 


W 68-62 


J20 1101 


UMES 


W 81-65 


J24 1101113) 


Notre Dame 


L 70-73 


J27 1141 


al Pittsburgh (OT) 


W 69-66 


J31 1141 


• Georgia Tech 


W 72-64 


F4 1131 18) 


• al Wake Forest 


L 60-67 


F7 1131 


•alDuke 


L 54-55 


F12 1191 


• Clemson 


W 72-70 


Ft5 1191110) 


• No. Carolina 


L 63-76 


F21 (201 151 


•Wake Forest 


W 94-80 


F25 1171 


•alNC Slate 


W 76-72 


F28 1171 13) 


• at Virginia 


L 63-74 


M5 1201 


Duke' 


W 56-53 


M6 1201 [4| Wrginia ' 


W 8^62 


M7 12011121 


No. Carolina ' 


L 60-61 


M12 1181 


Tenn.-Chaltanooqa ' 


W 81-69 


M14 (181 191 


Indiana' 


L 64-99 



l-Carrier Classic at Syracuse, N.Y, (Canier Dome); 
2-Maryland Invilalional al College Parte, Md. (Cole 
Field House); 3-ACC Toumamenl at Landover, Md, 
(Capital Centre), 4-NCAA Mideast Region First and 
Second Ro^d al Dayton, Ohio (Dayton Arena) 



1981-82 

Record: 16-13 H: 13-3 A; 2-6 N: 1-2 


ACC; 5-9, 51h place 


Postseason: NIT Second Round 


N27 St Peter's W 


4942 


N29 Lalayelte W 


82-58 


02 Long Island W 


87-79 


05 George Mason W 


74-62 


07 UMES W 


76-64 


09 Towson W 


75-59 


012 •aINC Stale L 


53-74 


019 Ohkj University W 


90*t 



023 




• Georgia Tech 


L 4345 


029 


1161 


alUCLA 


L 57-90 


J5 


|1| 


■ No. Carolina 


L 50-66 


J9 




■ at Ouke 


W 40-36 


J12 


PI 


■atWrginia(OT) 


L 4045 


J16 




■ C[emson 


W 62-57 


J20 




Canisius 


W 91-73 


J23 




at Notre Dame 


L 51-55 


J27 




at Williams Mary 


W 5043 


J30 




• at Georgia Tech 


L 63*1 


F3 


1131 


• Wake Forest 


W 61-56 


F6 




•Duke 


W 77-60 


F7 




Hofslra 


W 94-59 


F11 


|21 


• al No. Carolina 


L 56-59 


F13 




• al Clemson 


L 66-75 


F20 




•al Wake Forest' 


L 4248 


F24 




• NC State 


L 38-52 


F27 


ni 


•Virginia (OT) 


W 4746 


M5 




NC State' 


L 2840 


M12 




Richmond ' 


W 66-50 


M15 




Georgia ' 


L 69^3 


1-at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 
2-ACC Toumamenl at Greensboro. N.C. (Greensboro 
Cofiseirm); 3-National Invitation Toumamenl al New 
York. N.Y. (Madison Sguare GanJen) 


1982-83 

Record: 20-10 H: 14-3 A: 54 N: 1-3 


ACC: 8-6. 3rd 


place (lie) 




Postseason: NCAA Second Round 


N27 




Penn State ' 


L 79-97 


D1 




UMES 


W 91-70 


04 




at Canisius 


W 67-66 


08 




SL Joseph's 


L 56*1 


011 




Ouguesne 


W 85*1 


014 




Towson 


W 66-56 


023 


|31 


UCLA(20T) 


W 80-79 


J3 




American 


W 73-71 


J5 




William S Mary 


W 56-51 


J8 


I'll 


• Virginia 


L 64-83 


J12 


|111 


• al No. Carolina 


L 71-72 


J15 




•Ouke 


L 67-86 


J19 




• at Clemson 


W 80-61 


J22 




Notre Dame 


W 68-67 


J26 




al Holy Cross' 


W 55-53 


J29 




• NC Slate 


W 8fr«1 


J31 




Navy 


W 98-73 


F2 




Old Dominion 


W 87-67 


F5 




• Georgia Tech 


W 77-68 


F9 




■at Wake Forest' 


L 66-79 


F16 


PI 


• No. Carolina 


W 106-94 


F19 




• Clemson 


W 92-88 


F21 




• at Duke 


W 101-90 


F23 




• at Georgia Tech 


L 60-70 


F26 




• Wake Forest 


W 83-75 


M3 




■ at NC Slate 


W 67-58 


M7 


|21 


■ at Virginia 


L 81-83 


Mil 




Georoia Tech (OT) ' 


L 58-64 


M17 


|151 


Tenn.-Chaltanooga ^ 


W 52-51 


M22 


111 


Houston ^ 


L 50-60 



1-al Baltimore, Md. [Baltimore Arena); 2-al Worces- 
ter, Mass. (Worcester Centmm); 3-at Greensboro, 
N.C. [Greensboro Coliseum); 4-ACC Toumamenl 
at Atlanta, Ga. (Omni); 5-NCAA First and Second 
Round al Houston, Texas (The Summit) 



1983-84 

Record: 24-8 H: 13-2 A: 64 N:5-2 


ACC: 9-5, 2nd 


place, ACC Toumamenl Champion 


Postseason: 

UPI No. 10 


NCAA Sweel Sixteen, AP No. 11, 


N26 


(81 


Johns Hopkins 


W 108-65 


01 


161 


Ohio Slate ' 


L 


68-72 


03 


|61 


Canisius 


W 


77-55 


06 


(111 


Penn Slate' 


W 


67-58 


010 


(111 


al Ouguesne 


w 


78-67 


014 


[91 


UMES 


W 104-69 


024 


|81 |61 


Boston College 


W 


89-76 



D29 J6] Ra ndolph M acon ■ W_ 58-52^ 

D30' [61 LaSaNe' "" W 96-83 

J4 151(121 -alNC Slate W 59-55 



J/ 


hi 


William 8 Mary 


w 


5844 


J12 


(51 |1| 


• No Carolina 


L 


62-74 


J14 


(51 


■ al Duke 


W 


81-75 


J17 


(71 


■ Clemson 


W 


85-72 


J21 


(71 


al Old Dominion 


W 


69-58 


J28 


(51 


al Noire Oame 


L 


47-52 


J31 


[101 


■ al Virjiria 


W 


67-66 


F4 


[101118] 
1131 1"! 
1131 


•atGeor9BTech(20T) 


L 


70-71 


F8 


•W Forest (20T)' 


L 


87-90 


F11 


■Ouke 


L 


84-89 


F13 


(131 


Dayton 


W 


61-59 


F18 




■at Clemson (30T) 


W 


SMi 


F19 


ni 


■ al No. Carolina 


L 


63-78 


F23 




■ Geoigia Tech 


W 


79-74 


F26 


115) 


■Wake Forest 


W 


90-79 


F29 


1191 


■NC Stale 


W 


63-50 


M4 


1191 


■Virginia 


W 


74-65 


M9 


1141 


NC Slate' 


W 


69^3 



M10 [141(191 


Wake Forest' 


W 66-64 


Mil (1411161 


Duke' 


W 74-62 


M17 1111 


WestViroinia' 


W 102-77 


M22 1111 16] 


Illinois ' 


L 70-72 



1-at East Rutherford, N.J. (Brendan Byrne Arena); 
2- at Hers/iey. Pa. [Hershey Partt Arena); 3-Maryland 
Invitational at College Partt, Md. (Cole Field House); 
4-al Greensboro, NC. (Greensboro Coliseum); 
5-ACC Toumamenl al Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro 
Coliseum); 6-NCAA Mideast Region Second Round 
at Birmingham, Ala. (Bimiingham Coliseum); 7-NCAA 
Mideast Regional at Lexington, Ky. (Rupp Arena) 



1984-85 

Rccord:25-12H:14-2A:7-6N:44 


ACC: 8^, 4111 place (tie) 


Postseason: 


^CAA Sweet Sixteen 




N23 [191 


Kansas ' 


L 56-58 


N24 


alAJa.-Anchorage' 


W 54-52 


N25 


Tennessee ' 


W 7249 


D1 


West Virginia 


W 5647 


05 


Cleveland Slate 


W 95*1 


08 


al Alabama 


W 59-54 


D11 


Ohio Slate 


W 76-73 


013 


UMES 


W 8748 


D22 


al Loyola (Md.) 


W 81-74 


D25 


lowa(OT)' 


W 78-«8 


027 


al Hawaii ' 


W 79-71 


028 [101 


Georoia Tech' 


L 69-70 


J2 1191(171 


•NC Slate 


W 58-56 


J5 1191 


at Dayton 


L 63^7 


J9 151 


■ at No. Carolina 


L 74-75 


J14 121 


■Ouke(OT) 


W 78-76 


J16 


■ Ctemson 


W 94-84 


J19 


alUNLV 


L 76-78 


J21 


Holy Cross 


W 99-75 


J26 


Notre Dame 


W 77-65 


J27 [141 


Villanova 


W 77-74 


J30 1171 


• Virginia 


W 71-58 


F2 117] [8[ 


■ Georgia Tech 


L 60-72 


F4 [171 


Old Dominion 


W 87-75 


F6 1201 


•al Wake Forest 


W 64-62 


F9 1201 151 


• at Duke 


L 62-70 


F13 12011131 


• No. Carolina 


L 54-60 


F17 1201 


•at Clemson 


L 64-71 


F19 1201 (81 


• al Geoitjia Tech 


L 4348 


F21 


Towson 


W 91-38 


F24 


•Wake Forest 


W 69-66 


F27 1161 


• al NC State 


W 71-70 


M3 


• at Viroinia 


W 60-55 


M8 (71 


Duke' 


L 73-86 


Ml 5 


Miami-OH (OT) ' 


W 69-68 


M17 


Navy' 


W 64-59 



M22 Villanova' L 4346 

1-Greal Alaska Shootout at Anchorage, Alaska 
(Sullivan Arena); 2-Rainbow Classic al Honolulu, 
Hawaii (Blaisdel) Center); 3-ACC Toumamenl at 
Atlanta, Ga. (Omni); 4-NCAA Soutfieasl Region 
First and Second Round at Dayton, Ohio (Dayton 
Arena); 5-NCAA Southeast Regional al Bimiingham, 
Ala. (Bimiingham Coliseum) 



1985-86 

Record: 19-14 H: 10-5 A: 6-7 N: 3-2 


ACC:6-8,61h 


place 




Postseason: 


CAA Second Round 




N23 


1191 


Northeastem 


W 84-72 


N26 


(171 


al George Mason 


W 81-80 


N30 


(171 


al Ohio Stale 


L 66-78 


D3 




Falrieigh Dickinson 


W 74-51 


05 




William & Mary 


W 7748 


D7 


1141 


UNLV 


L 61*4 


D12 




al West Virginia 


W 4241 


D13 




Towson 


W 91-58 


021 




Alabama 


W 60-58 


028 




Slantoit ' 


W 67-65 


029 




al Hawaii-Pacific ' 


W 92-85 


J4 




■Duke 


L 7M1 


J7 




Randolph Macon 


W 74-50 


J11 




• al Georgia Tech 


L 67-68 


J14 


|1( 


■ No. Carolina 


L 67-71 


J19 




■at Virginia 


L 49-70 


J23 




■NC Slate 


L 5587 


J25 


|2( 


■at Duke 


L 6M0 


J28 




■Wake Forest 


W 77-55 


Fl 




al Villanova 


L 62-64 


F3 


(14) 


al Noire Oame 


L 62-69 


F8 




■ Clemson 


W 78-69 


F13 


|17( 


■ at NC Slate 


W 67-66 


F15 




■ at Clemson 


L 60-70 


F17 




UMES 


W 9144 


F20 


|1( 


■at No. Carolina (OT) 


W 77-72 


F22 


|5( 


■ Geoigia Tech 


L 70-77 


F26 




■at Wake Forest' 


W 5948 


Ml 




■ Viroinia 


W 87-72 


M7 


141 


No Carolina' 


W 85-75 


M8 


[61 Georoia Tech' 


L 62-64 


M14 




Pepperdine' 


W 6^64 


M16 


(11( 


UNLV 


L 64-70 



1 -Hawaii-Pacific Toumamenl al Wailuku, Hav/aii 
(War Memorial Coliseum); 2-aI Greensboro, N C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum); 3-ACC Toumamenl at 
Greensboro, N.C, [Greensboro Coliseum); 4-NCM' 
Rrsl and Second Round at Long Beach, Calif. (Long 
Beach Arena) 






Bob Wade 




1986-87 

Record: 9-17 H:8-8 A: 1-8 N:0-1 



ACC: 0-14, 8lh 


027 




Winlhrap 


W 76-58 


029 




Falrieigh Dickinson 


W 70-59 


D31 




Nolle Dame 


L 50-63 


J3 


(191 


■ at NC State 


L 47-69 


J5 




Towson 


W 79-71 


J8 


PI 


• at No. Carolina 


L 65-98 


J10 




■ Virginia 


L 64-71 


J14 


[141 


•Duke 


L 61-85 


J17 


|121 


• al Clemson 


L 64-72 


J19 




Bucknell 


W 77-68 


J21 




West Virginia 


W 65-62 


J24 




at Old Dominion 


L 73-87 


J28 




at James Madison 


W 90-76 


Fl 




• al Georoia Tech 


L 72-76 


F2 




• al Wake Forest 


L 58-69 


F4 


1121 


• Clemson 


L 7M0 


F7 


1161 


• at Duke 


L 67-76 


F10 




■Georoia Tech 


L 74-78 


F14 


(31 


■ No. Carolina 


L 86-93 


F16 




Central Florida 


W 73-55 


F18 




UMBO 


W 78*t 


F22 




■ Wake Forosl 


L 68-75 


F25 




■NC State 


L 72-85 


F27 




UMES 


W 117-51 


Ml 




• al Virginia 


L 77-82 


M6 


121 


No. Carolina ' 


L 63-82 


1-ACC Tournament at Landover, 
Centre) 


Md. (Capital 


1987-88 

Record: 18-13 H:M A: 6-7 N:4-2 


ACC: 6-8, 5th 


place 




Postseason: 


MCAA Second Round 




N27 




Loyola (Md.) ' 


W 74-60 


N28 




Mississippi ' 


W 77-69 


03 




Winlhrop 


W 65-52 


05 




at West Viroinia 


L 49-75 


08 




at Mount SI Mary's 


W 82-54 


010 




Easl Carolina 


W 75-59 


012 




al Louisiana State 


L 54-55 


028 




South Carolina 


W 82-77 


O30 




Arkansas 


W 88-61 


J2 




■ Wake Forest 


W 93-76 


J6 




al Missouri 


L 85-93 


J9 




■ Clemson 


W 68-53 


J14 


PI 


■ No. Carolina 


L 65-71 


J16 


(71 


■ al Duke 


W 72-69 


J20 




• al Viroinia 


L 72-84 


J27 




■NC State 


L 81*3 


F2 




at Notre Oame 


W 78-75 


F6 




al Old Oominkm 


W 7^65 


F8 




■ Geoigia Tech 


L 83-96 


F10 




■ at Clemson 


W 70-66 


F13 


|8( 


■Ouke 


L 83-90 


F17 




■at Georoia Tech 


L 82-104 


F20 


PI 


■at No. Carolina 


L 73-74 


F25 




UMES 


W 101-51 


F27 




■al Wake Forest' 


W 7IW5 


M3 


(161 


■aINC Slate 


L 68-74 


M5 




• Virginia 


W 69-63 


Mil 


(161 Georgia Tech' 


W 84-87 


M12 


(91 


No. Carolina' 


L 64-74 


M18 




UC Santa Bartiara' 


W S2-62 


M20 


|6| Kentucky' 


L 81-90 



1-MCI Harbor Classic at Baltimore, fM. (Batbnwfe 
Arena): 2-al Greensboro, NC. (Greensboro 
Coliseum); 3-ACC Toumamenl al Greensboro, N.C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum); 4-NCAA Firsl and Secorxl 
Round al Cinannali. Oho (RiveffTont Coliseum) 



1988-89 

Reconl:9-20H;5.9A;0-10N:4-1 


ACC: 1-13. 8tli place 


N25 Texas Ctinsllaii' 


W 


7447 


N26 GeomiaSBle' 


W 


69.62 


D1 UMES 


W 


97-53 



?'$JB%^T^^^'V* 






^^ 






D5 




at South Carolina 


L 51-57 


D7 




l/orqan Slate 


W 73-61 


D10 




at Ar1<ansas 


L 68-73 


■#rm3 




Monmoutti 


W 74-70 


D27 




West Virqinia 


L 61-69 


D29 




Lamar' 


W 74-65 


D30 




at Texas-El Paso' 


L 51-69 


J2 




Louisiana State 


L 77-79 


J4 




■al Wake Forest 


L 60-70 


J7 




• al Clemson 


L 58-75 


J11 


[81 


• at No. Carolina 


L 72-88 


J14 


ni 


•Duke 


L 72-82 


J17 




• Virqinia (OT) 


L 58-64 


J24 


|51 


f^issouri 


L 73-87 


J29 


[151 


NC State 


L 67-90 


F1 




UMBC 


W 78-66 


F4 




• at Georqia Tech 


L 74-87 


F7 




• Clemson 


W 98-87 


F11 


(14) 


• at Duke 


L 60-86 


F14 




• Georqia Tech 


L 66-67 


F19 


|81 


■ No. Carolina 


L 75-86 


F25 




•Wake Forest 


L 61-75 


M2 


|20| 


• al NC State 


L 77-94 


M5 




• at Virqinia 


L 59-86 


M10 


[171 


NC Stale" 


W 71-49 


M11 


191 


No, Carolina ^ 


L 58-88 


1-Freedom Bowl Classic al Irvine. Calif- {Bren 
Events Center): 2-Sun Bowl Tournament at El Paso. 
Texas (Special Events Center): 3-ACC Toumamenl 
at Atlanta. Ga. (Omni) 



Gary 
Williams 




1989-90 

Record: 19-14 H: 124 A: 3-6 N:44 



ACC: 6-8. 5th 


olace (tie) 




Postseason: NIT Second Round 


N25 




Delaware State 


W 87-53 


N27 




Auqusta Colleqe 


W 105-74 


D1 




South Carolina ' 


L 51-52 


D2 




Anny' 


W 78-60 


D4 




Connecticut ■ 


L 65-87 


D9 




Jacksonville 


W 68-53 


D12 




Coppin State 


L 63-70 


D22 




Georqe Mason " 


W 104-86 


D23 




E. Tennessee State 


W 91-86 


D24 




Sacramento State " 


W 98-68 


D30 




Alcorn Stale 


W 110-91 


J4 




• Wake Forest 


W 88-82 


J6 




• at Clemson 


L 77-82 


J10 




• No, Carolina 


W 98-88 


J13 


|101 


• al Duke 


L 80-91 


J17 




• al Virqinia 


W 74-72 


J20 




Boston Universitv^ 


L 61-65 


J23 




South Florida 


W 84-66 


J27 




• at NC Stale 


L 61-81 


J29 




Virqinia Tech 


W 89-80 


F3 


(171 


• Georqia Tech 


L 84-90 


F7 




• Clemson 


L 73-75 


F10 


[41 


• Duke (OT) 


L111-114 


F13 


113] 


• at Georqia Tech 


L 7M0 


F17 




• al No. Carolina 


W 80-76 


F19 




at So. Calfomia 


W 64-62 


F22 




UMBC 


W 113-61 


F24 




•at Wake Forest 


L 74-84 


F28 




• NC Stale 


W 96-95 


M3 




• Virqinia 


W 89-74 


M9 


|121 


Duke' 


L 84-104 


M15 




Massachusetts ^ 


W 91-81 


M19 




alPenn Stale' 


L 78-80 



l-Central Fidelity Classic at Richmond. Va, (Rob- 
bins Center); 2-ACC/Big East Challenge, Hartford 
al Conn. (Hartford Civic Center); 3-Chaminade 
Chnstmas Classic al Honolulu, Hawaii (Blaisdell 
Center); 4-at Boston, t^lass. {Boston Garden); 
5-ACC Tournament at Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte 
Coliseum); 6-National Invitation Tournameni at 
College Parte, Md. {Cole Field House); 7-National 
Invitation Tournament at State College, Pa, {Rec- 
reation Building) 

I99D-9I 

Record: 16-12 H: 11-3 A: 3-8 N:2-l 

ACC: 5-9. 7th place 

N26 Towson W 93-69 

N28 Southern Calfomia W 72-59 

D1 alWesI Virqinia L 85-90 



D3 




Boston Colleqe ' 


L 85-100 


D8 




atJacksonville 


L 70-71 


D11 




UC Irvine 


W 93-79 


D22 




Lafayette 


W 6448 


D27 




Rulqers ' 


W 86-81 


D29 


[12 


South Carolina ' 


W 78-69 


J2 




•al Wake Forest 


L 62-74 


J5 




• Clemson 


W 81-65 


J7 




UMBC 


W 92-66 


J9 


|51 


• at No. Carolina 


L 73-105 


J12 


[14 


•Duke 


L 78-94 


J16 


[14 


• Virqinia 


L 62-76 


J19 




al South Florida 


W 87-81 


J22 




Boston University 


W 85-59 


J26 




•NC State 


W104-100 


J29 




American 


W 72-69 


F1 


[23 


• al Georqia Tech 


L 65-80 


F6 




• al Clemson 


L 69-73 


F9 


|61 


•alDuke 


L 81-101 


F13 




• Georqia Tech 


W 96-93 


F16 


18: 


• No. Carolina 


L 75-87 


F19 




atVin]iniaTech 


W 82-67 


F23 




•Wake Forest 


W 86-78 


F27 




• at NC Slate 


L 91-114 


M2 


1251 


•at Virginia (OT) 


W 78-74 


1-ACC/Big East Challenge al Richmond. Va. (Rich- 
mond Coliseum): 2-ECAC Holiday Festival al New 
Yorit. N.Y (Madison Square Garden) 


1991-92 

Record: 14-15 H: 10-5 A: 2-7 N:2-3 


ACC: 5-11. 811 


place 




N23 




Mount St. Mary's 


W 83-53 


N26 




UMES 


W 115-60 


N30 




American 


W 93-68 


D4 




Providence ' 


W 76-66 


D7 




West Virqinia 


W 101-91 


D10 




al Louisville 


L 79-96 


021 




Towson 


W 83-76 


D23 




Rider 


W 83-69 


D28 




Rulqers ' 


L 79-95 


D30 




Evansville ' 


L 64-75 


J5 


[15| 


• at Georqia Tech 


L 67-92 


J8 


m 


■Duke 


L 66-83 


Jll 




• at NC Slate 


L 88-94 


J13 


|14| 


• al No Carolina 


L 76-96 


J18 




•Florida Slate (OT) 


L 83-91 


J22 




•Wake Forest 


L 76-86 


J25 




■ Clemson 


W 84-71 


J29 




• at Virqinia 


L 75-82 


F5 




■al Florida Slate 


W 93-85 


F9 


[241 


• Georqia Tech 


L 65-67 


F13 




•NC Slate 


W 77-74 


F20 


ni 


• al Duke 


L 89-91 


F22 




• al Clemson 


L 70-82 


F25 




UNC Greensboro 


W 84-55 


Ml 


[10[ 


• No. Carolina 


W 82-80 


M5 




•at Wake Forest 


W 77-66 


M7 




• Viniinia 


L 74-76 


M8 




Clemson ' 


W 81-75 


M9 


ni 


Duke = 


L 87-94 


l-ACC/BIg East Challenge al Hartford, Conn. 
(Hartford Civic Center): 2-Fiesla Bowl Classic at 
Tucson. Ariz. (McKale Center): 3-ACC Toumamenl 
at Chariotte. N.C. (Chartotle Coliseum) 


1992-93 

Record: 12-16 H:8-7 A: 2-8 N:2-1 


ACC; 2-14, 81h 


place 




D1 




UMBC 


W 103-80 


D5 




atWeslViminia 


L 72-86 


D7 




UMES 


W 94-63 


DIG 




American 


W 98-67 


D12 




al La Salle 


W 93-76 


D23 




lowson 


W 78-68 


D26 




Morgan Slate 


W 103-63 


D28 




Louis^lle 


W 72-67 


J2 




Howard 


W 109-69 


J5 


[101 


• Georqia Tech 


L 75-85 


J9 


161 


• al No. Carolina 


L 73-101 


J13 




• al Florida State 


L 85-105 


J16 




•Wake Forest 


L 73-86 


J19 




Oklahoma " 


W 89-78 


J23 




• at NC Stale 


W 70-65 


J26 




• at Clemson 


L 72-82 


J30 


n 


•Duke 


L 62-78 


F4 


[241 


• Virqinia 


L 68-70 


F6 


[221 


• al Georqia Tech 


L 79-93 


F9 


16) 


• No. Carolina 


L 63-77 


F13 


1101 


• Florida Slate 


L 84-87 


F17 


|101 


•al Wake Forest 


L 64-88 


F24 




•NC Stale 


W 88-71 


F27 




• Clemson 


L 73-81 


M3 


|61 


•at Duke 


L 79-95 


M6 




•at Virqinia 


L 74-88 


Il(l1 




NC Stale' 


W 76-55 


M12 


m 


No Carolina' 


L 66-102 


1-al Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Arena): 2-ACC Tour- 
nament al Chartolte, N.C. (Chariotte Coliseum) 



1993-94 

Record: 18-12 H: 10-3 A: 4-6 N:4-3 



ACC: 8-8, 41h 


place (tie) 




Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen, 
USAToday/CNNNoll 


N26 


1151 


al Georqelown (OT) 


W 84-83 


N27 




Cornell 


W 9241 


N30 




Rider 


W 93-79 


02 




UMBC 


W 89-80 


D4 




Monjan Slate 


W 85-62 


D7 




Oklahoma ' 


L 85^8 


D23 




Towson ' 


W 109-71 


D28 




Hofslra' 


W 93-67 


D29 


|91 


Massachusetts^ 


L 80-94 


J4 


[121 


•at Georqia Tech 


W 91-88 


J8 


PI 


• No. Caiolina 


L 70-75 


J11 




• Florida State 


W 80-74 


J15 




•al Wake Forest 


W 61-58 


J22 


1251 


•NC Stale 


W 102-70 


J26 


|181 


• Clemson 


W 73-53 


J29 


1181 [21 


• al Duke 


L 62-75 


F2 


1211 


• al Virqinia 


L 66-73 


F5 


[211 


• Geon^ia Tech 


L 71-83 


F10 


ni 


• at No. Carolina 


L 89-95 


Ft 2 




•at Florida Slate 


W 69-66 


F16 




•Wake Forest 


W 81-58 


F19 




Loyola (Md.) 


W 94-71 


F23 




•alNC Stale 


L 71-79 


F26 




• al Clemson 


L 67-73 


M2 


(21 


■Duke 


L 69-73 


M5 




• Virginia 


W 70-68 


Mil 




Virqinia ' 


L 63-69 


M17 


1241 


a. Louis' 


W 74-66 


M19 


181 


Massachusetts' 


W 95-87 


M25 


1111 


Michigan ' 


L 71-78 



1-at Landover, Md, (Capital Centre); 2-at Oklahoma 
City, OWa. (The Mynad); 3-al Baltimore, Md, (Balti- 
more Arena); 4-Hall of Fame Classic al Springfield, 
Mass. (Springfield Civic Center); 5-ACC Toumamenl 
at Charlotte, N.C, [Ciiariotte Coliseum); 6-NCAA 
Midwest Region First and Second Rounds al 
Wichita, Kan. {Kansas Coliseum); 7-NCAA Midwest 
Regional al Dallas, Texas (Reunion Arena) 



1994-95 

Record: 26-8 H: 16-0 A: 44 N: 64 


ACC: 124.ACCReqular Season 


Co-Champion 


Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen. AP No. 10. USA 
Today/CNN No 11 


N21 (71 


Chaminade ' 


W 95^7 


N22 171 


Utah' 


W 90-78 


N23 [71 


Anzona Slate ' 


L 90-97 


N29 [111 


Loyola (Md.) 


W 92-62 


03 nil 


Bucknell 


W 102-64 


05 1111 


UMBC 


W 102-77 


D8 [111 


Colqate 


W 113-53 


D10 [111 151 


Massachusetts' 


L 74-85 


D12 1121 


Towson 


W 120-73 


023 [111 


Morgan Slate 


W 138-72 


027 191 


La Salle 


W 96-80 


D30 191 


American 


W 98-77 


J4 [71(241 


• Geoniia Tech 


W 80^7 


J7 [71 111 


• at No. Carolina 


L 90-100 


JIO 191 


• at Florida Slate 


W 70-57 


J14 191(141 


• Wake Forest 


W 7666 


J22 (81 


•alNC Slate 


W 84-67 


J25 [81 


• al Clemson 


W 56-51 


J28 [81 


•Duke 


W 74-72 


F1 [511151 


■ Virginia 


W 71-62 


F4 1511211 


■ at Georgia Tech 


L 91-100 


F7 181 [11 


• No. Carolina 


W 86-73 


Fll [81 


■ Florida Slate 


W 80-65 


F15 [71(141 


•at Wake Forest 


L 54-63 


F19 [71 


Cincinnati ' 


W 74-72 


F22 [71 


• NC State 


W 84-71 


F25 [71 


• Clemson 


W 84-68 


Ml 161 


■alDuke 


W 94-92 


M5 161(131 


• al Virginia 


L 67-92 


M10 [101 


Florida Slate' 


W 71-64 


1^11 [101 [41 


No. Carolina (OT) 


L 92-97 


M16 1101 


Gonzaqa ' 


W 87-63 


M18 1101 


Texas ' 


W 82-68 


M23 1101 [81 


Connecticut ' 


L 89-99 



1-Maui Invitational at Lahaina, Hawaii (Lahaina 
Civic Center); 2-al Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Arena); 
3-at San Antonio, Texas {Alamodome); 4-ACC 
Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. (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) 



2G02 NCAA CI 
2 04 ACC CHAMPIONS- 



1995-96 

Record: 17-13 H: 11-3 A: 3-5 N: 3-5 



ACC:8-8.4lh 


place (tie) 




Postseason: NCAA First Round 


N24 


1141 m 


Kentucky ' 


L 84-96 


N27 


1191 


Tovreon ' 


W 70-67 


D2 


(191 151 


Massachusetts ' 


L 47-50 


D3 


[191 


Georqe Washinqton 


W 98-81 


D6 


1201 


Howard 


W 88-71 


D9 


1201 


UCLA' 


L 63-73 


013 




Rider 


W 83-67 


023 




American 


W 104-79 


028 




UMES 


W 104-66 


J3 




•al Georgia Tech 


L 84-98 


J6 


1161 


• No Carolina (OT) 


L 8^88 


J13 


(81 


•at Wake Forest 


L 64-77 


J17 




Delaware State 


W 118-55 


J20 




•NC Slate (OT) 


W 77-74 


J24 


(181 


• Clemson 


W 6660 


J28 




•alDuke 


L 73-83 


Ft 




• al Virginia 


W 80-72 


F3 


(251 


• Georgia Tech 


W 88-74 


F6 


1121 


• at No. Caiolina 


W 84-78 


F10 




• at Florida Slate 


L 78-100 


F15 


181 


•Wake Forest 


L 78-85 


F18 




Missouri 


W 91-72 


F22 




•aINC Slate 


W 86-84 


F24 




• al Clemson 


L 61-68 


F28 




•Duke 


L 75-77 


M2 




• Viiginia 


W 83-71 


M4 




• Florida Slate 


W 88-78 


M8 




Duke' 


W 82-69 


M9 


[181 


Georgia Tech' 


L 79-84 


M15 




Sanla Claia ' 


L 79-91 



1-Hall of Fame Tip-Off Classic al Springfield, Mass. 
(Springfield Civic Center); 2-at Baltimore, Md. 
(Baltimore Arena); 3-Frank)in National Bank Classic 
at Landover, Md. (USAir Arena); 4-John Wooden 
Classic al Anaheim. Calif, (Arrowhead Pond of 
Anaheim); 5-ACC Toumamenl at Greensbona, N.C, 
(Greensboro Coliseum); 6-NCAA West Region First 
Round at Tempe, Ariz. (Special Events Center) 



1996-97 

Record: 21-11 H: 11-3 A: 54 N: 54 


ACC: 9-7. 4th 


place (tie) 




Postseason: NCAA Fiisl Round. AP No 22 


N26 


Howard 


W 93-55 


N30 


Towson Slate 


W 93-76 


02 


Chicago Slate 


W 9444 


D4 


UMBC 


W 67-31 


D8 


California ' 


W 80-64 


D9 


Geon^e Washinqton 


W 74-68 


012 


Georgia Tech 


W 77-63 


021 [251 


American 


W 81-74 


D23 [211 


Lafayette 


W 108-67 


D27 [211 


Pittsbunjh' 


W 66-63 


D28 1211 


al Hawaii' 


W 76-59 


D30 [191 


Georgia (OT)' 


L 65-73 


J4 [191 


Virginia 


W 7862 


J8 [1911131 


al No. Carolina 


W 85-75 


J12 [191 


aINC Slate 


W 68-59 


J15 [111 (31 


Clemson 


L 63-67 


J19 1111 [21 


al Wake Forest 


W 54-51 


J21 171 


Pennsylvania ' 


W 103-73 


J26 (711101 


Ouke 


W 74-70 


J29 [51 


al Florida Stete 


L 70-74 


F1 151 [21 


Wake Forest 


L 69-74 


F5 171 


NC State 


W 66-55 


F8 [711101 


at Clemson 


L 6860 


F13 [101 


Florida Slate 


W 73-57 


F15 (101 


Massachusetts ' 


L 61-78 


F19 [14] 


al Georgia Tech 


W 7668 


F22 [1411121 


No Canjiina 


L 81-93 


F27 [161 [71 


al Duke 


L 69-81 


M2 1161 


al Virginia 


L 74-81 


M7 1221(131 


Clemson ' 


W 76-61 


M8 [221 


NC Stete' 


L 58« 


M13 [2211161 Colleqe of Charteslon 


'L 66-75 



-Franklin National Bank Classic al Landover, Md. 
{USAir Arena); 2-Rainbow Classic a! Honolulu, 
Hawaii (Blaisdell Center); 3-at Baltimore, Md. (Bal- 
timore Arena); 4-al Worcester, Mass. (Worcester 
Centrum); 5-ACC Tournament al Greensboro, N.C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum); 6-NCAA Soutfieast Region 
First Round al Memphis, Tenn. (The Pyramid) 

1997-98 

Record: 21-11 H: 12-2 A: 3-5 N:64 

ACC: 10-6. 3rd place 

Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sideen.AP No. 20. USA 

Today/NABC No. 22 

171 South Carolina (OT)' L 72-76 



N18 



N22 



Fairieigh Dickinson W 81-70 



Mount SL Mary's W 102-74 



N25 [241 Florida Intemational W 117-70 
04 [2311171 'alCtemsonlOT) L 65-78 
D7 1231 [21 Kansas' ' W 86-83 



D8 


[191 


George Washington 


L 


66-70 


D13 


[191 


UMBC 


W 104-66 


D22 


|201 


UNCAshevilte 


W 110-52 


D27 


(201 


UNC Wilmington 


W 


74-36 


D30 


(201 


at Missouri 


L 


7M3 


J3 


(201 131 


•Duke 


L 72-104 


J7 


1131 


•Florida Stete 


W 


81-74 


J10 




•aINC Stete 


W 


68^5 


J14 


(11 


• No Carolina (OT) 


W 


8M3 


J17 




•al Wake Forest 


L 


60-72 


J21 




•alGeoroiaTech 


W 


70-67 


J24 


1231 


■ Clemson 


W 


74-69 


J29 


1231 111 


•alDuke 


L 


59-86 


Ft 


[231 


• Virqinia 


W 


77-70 


F7 


(25[ 


•al Florida Stete 


W 


6862 


Fit 


(241 


•NC Slate 


w 


78-63 


F14 


(241 ni 


•at No Carolina 


L 


67-85 


F19 


1251 


•Wake Forest 


L 


7M3 


F21 


1251 


•Georgia Tech 


W 


81-69 


F24 




•at Virqinia 


W 


74-66 


F28 


1241 Temple' 


W 


83-66 


M6 


[201 


Georgia Tech' 


W 


83-65 


M7 


[201 [1] No. Carolina (OT)' 


L 


73-83 


M12 


(201 


Uteh Slate' 


W 


82-68 


M14 


(2011221 


Illinois' 


W 


67-61 


M19 


1201 [41 


Arizona' 


L 


79-87 



1-Black Coaches Association Classic at Minne- 
apolis, Minn. (Target Center); 2-Franklin National 
Bank Classic al Washington. D.C. (MCI Center); 
3-al Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Arena); 4-ACC 
Tournament al Greensboro, N.C. {Greensboro 
Coliseum): 5-NCAA West Region First and Second 
Round al Sacramento, Calif. {Arco Arena); 6-NCAA 
West Regional al Anaheim, Calif. (Arrowhead Pond 
of Anaheim) 



1998-99 

Record: 28-6 H: 13-1 A: 7-3 N:8-2 


ACC: 13-3, 2nd place 


Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen,AP No 5, USA 
Today/NABC No. 8 


N14 [61 


Western Carolina 


W 11346 


N17 [6[ 


UMBC 


W 90-62 


N20 161 


Hofstra 


W 89-59 


N23 151 


Ouguesne 


W 8147 


N26 [51 


alAU Puerto Rico' 


W 82-32 


N27 [51[10[ 


UCLA' 


W 70-54 


N28 151 


Pittsburgh ' 


W 87-52 


D3 [2[ 


Wake Forest 


W 92-69 


D6 121 [51 


Stenford ' 


W 62-60 


07 [21 


OePaul' 


W 92-75 


012 [21 151 


al Kentucky 


L 91-103 


D19 [51 


Princeton ' 


W 81-58 


D23 [51 


North Texas 


W 132-57 


D27 151 


South Carolina Stete 


W 104-70 


J3 141 [21 


•Duke 


L 64-82 


J7 [51 


• at Virqinia 


W 71-66 


J10 [51 


■NC Stete 


W 9448 


J13 [51 [91 


• al No. Carolina 


W 89-76 


J19 (41 


•al Georgia Tech 


W 77-62 


J24 [41 


•al Clemson (OT) 


W 81-79 


J27 [41 


■ Florida Stete 


W 107-87 


J31 [41 


■atWakeFoiBSI 


L 72-85 


F3 171 [21 


•alDuke 


L 77-95 


F6 171 


• Virqinia 


W 88-72 


F10 [71 


• at NC Stete 


W 63-50 


F13 [71(121 


■ No. Carolina 


W 81-64 


F21 151 


•Georqia Tech 


W 91-60 


F24 (51 


• Clemson 


W 77-60 


F27 [51 


•al Florida Slate 


W 84-75 


M5 [51 


Florida Stete ' 


W 9869 


M6 [51(151 


No. Carolina ' 


L 79-86 


Mil [5[ 


Valparaiso ' 


W 82-60 



M13 15] Creighton 



W 7^3 



M18 [5] [91 St. John's^ 



L 62-76 



1-Puerto Rico Shootout at Bayamon, PR. (Eu- 
genio Guera Sports Complex); 2-BB&T Classic 
al Washington, D.C. {MCI Center); 3-at Baltimore, 
Md. (Baltimore Arena), 4-ACC Toumamenl at 
Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 5- NCAA 
South Region First and Second Rounds al Orlando, 
Fla. (Orlando Arena); 6-NCAA South Regional a 
Knoxville, Tenn. (Thompson-Boling Arena) 



I99MI0 

Record: 25-10 H: 15-1 A: 4-5 N:64 



ACC: 11-5. 2nd place, ACC Toumamenl Finalist 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round. AP No 17. 
USAToday/ESPNNo.25 



N17 



San Francisco' 



W 71-61 



N19 Tulane ' 


W 78-70 


N22 1241 Fairieigh Dffikinson 


W 10445 


N24 [241(111 Kentucky' 


L 58-61 


N26 [241 Notre Dame' 


W 72-67 


N30 [241 Iowa' 


W 83-65 


D4 1241(161 Illinois' 


W 69-67 


D5 1241 George Washington 


L 69-74 


07 [211 Winthrop (OT) 


W 7665 


D11 1211(231 Kentucky 


W 72-66 



200B-a3 MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 



027 114] 


Gcorqe Mason 


W 69^6 


D30 1141 


UMSC 


W 82-52 


J2 (141 


Coastal Carolina 


W 10048 


J6 [121 


•alNC State 


L 6M8 


J9 1121 181 


•Duke 


L 70-80 


J15 1181 


•at Georgia Tech 


L 68-69 


J19 1241 


• Wake Forest 


W 71-53 


J22 124] 


Clemson 


W 74-62 


J27 1221 


■ at No Carolina 


L 63-75 


J29 1221 


• at Flonda Stale 


W 82-63 


F2 1251 


• Virginia 


W 91-79 


F6 1251 


• NC State 


W 78-73 


F9 1231 131 


• at Duke 


W 9847 


F13 12311191 


at Temple 


L 65-73 


F16 1221 


■ Georgia Tech 


W 92-70 


F19 1221 


■at Wake Forest 


W 7M7 


F22 1191 


■ at Clemson 


W 76-63 


F26 1191 


• No. Carolina 


W 81-73 


Ml 1171 


• Florida State 


W 85-70 


M4 1171 


• at Virginia (OT) 


L 87-89 


M10 1201 


Florida State ' 


W 82-61 


M11 1201 


NC State ' 


W 64-61 


M12 1201 131 


Duke' 


L 68-81 


M16 1171 


lona '- 


W 74-59 


M18 1171 


UCLA' 


L 70-105 



1-Preseason NIT at College Park. Md. (Cole 
Field House); 2-Preseason NIT at New York, N.Y. 
(Madison Square Garden); 3-ACC/Big Ten Chal- 
lenge at Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Arena); 4-BB&T 
Classic at Washington. D.C. [MCI Center); 5-ACC 
Tournament 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: 10-6, 3rd place 

Postseason: NCAA National Semffinalist, 

AP No. 11. USA Today/ESPN No 4 

N20 161 Louisville' W 95-73 



N21 161 181 Illinois' 



N22 161 Dayton' 



L 71-77 



N29 11311231 at Wisconsin '(0T| L 75-78 



D2 1131 Michigan' 



W 82-51 



D3 1131 George Washington' W 71-63 



D6 1191 Stony Brook 



W 107-59 



D9 (191 at Pennsylvania 



W 87-81 



D13 (201 UMBC 



W 93-67 



D23 (201 Norfolk State 



D27 [181 Chicago Stale 



D30 



UMES 



J2 (17| -at Clemson 



J6 (171 •Georgia Tech 



J10 114) [91 ■ No. Carolina 



L 83-66 



J14 (141 •at Florida State W 76-55 



J17 (1211101 •Wake Forest 



W 81-71 



J21 (121 



• at NC Stale 



W 75-61 



J27 (8[ (21 •Duke(OTl 



J31 [91(11[ •atVirginia 



F4 liL 



■ Clemson 



W 69-54 



F6 (131 'at Georgia Tech L 62-72 



FIO 1131 ( 



• at No. Carolina 



L 82-96 



F14 1171 



• Flonda Slate 



L 71-74 



F17 117(1231 •atWakeForest W 73-57 



F20 1201 -NC State 



W 95-66 



F24 1201116( Oklahoma 



W 68-60 



F27 (161 121 'at Duke 


W 91-80 


M3 1161 171 •Virginia 


W 102-67 


M9 11111221 Wake Forest' 


W 71-53 


M10 nil 131 Duke ' 


L 82-84 


M15 1111 George Mason' 


W 83-80 


M17 1111 Georgia Slate' 


W 79-60 


M22 11111211 Georgetown' 


W 76-66 


M24 1111 121 Slantord' 


W 87-73 


M31 1111 ni Duke' 


L 84-95 



1-Maui Invitational at Lahaina, Hawaii (Lahaina Civic 
Center}; 2-ACC/Big Ten Challenge at Milwaukee, 
Wise. (Bradley Center); 3-BB&T Classic at Wash- 
ington, D C (MCI Center); 4-ACC Tournament at 
Atlanta, Ga, (Georgia Dome), 5-NCAA West Region 
First and Second Round at Boise, Idaho (BSU 
Pavilion); 6-NCAAWestRegional at Anaheim, Calif, 
(An^whead Pond ol Anatieim); 7-NCAA Final Four 
at Min neap olis, Minn. (HHH Metrodome) 

2001-02 

Record: 32-4 H: 15-0 A: 7-2 N: 10-2 



ACC: 15-1, ACC Regular Season Champion 


Postseason: NCAA National Champion, AP No. 4, 
USAToday/ESPNNo 1 


N8 12[ Anzona ' 


L 67-71 


N9 1211161 Temple' 


W 62-74 


N17 |21 American 


W 83-53 


N24 161 Delaware Stale 


W 77-53 


N27 [51 [2J Illinois' 


W 76-63 


D2 151 Pnncctori' 


W 61-53 


D3 |3] Connecticut ' 


W 77-65 


D9 131 Detroit 


W 79-54 



D11 


PI 


Monmouth 


W 91-55 


D21 


[21(221 


at Oklahoma 


L 56-72 


D27 


18) 


William SMaiv 


W 103-75 


D30 


[81 


• at NC Slate 


W 72-65 


J3 


|8| 


Norfolk Stete 


W 92-69 


J9 


[41 


• North Carolina 


W 112-79 


J13 


|41 


• at Georgia Tech 


W 92-87 


J17 


13] [11 


• at Duke 


L 78-99 


J20 


[31 


• Clemson 


W 99-90 


J23 


[311211 


•atWakeForest 


W 85-63 


J26 


|31 


• Florida Slate 


W 84-63 


J31 


[31 |81 


• at Vin]inia 


W 91-87 


F3 


|31 


• NC Stete 


W 89-73 


FIO 


PI 


• at No. Carolina 


W 92-77 


F13 


PI 


• Georgia Tech 


W 85^5 


F17 


PI 111 


■Duke 


W 87-73 


F20 


(21 


•at Clemson 


W 84-68 


F24 


(21(201 


•Wake Forest 


W 90-89 


F27 


[2] 


• at Florida Slate 


W 96^3 


M3 


121 


• Virginia 


W 112-92 


MB 


121 


Rorida Stete ' 


W 85-59 


M9 


(21 


NC Stete' 


L 82-86 


M15 


H 


Siena ' 


W 85-70 


M17 


(41 


Wisconsin ' 


W 87-57 


M22 


[411161 Kentucky' 


W 78-68 


M24 


[41(101 


Connecticut' 


W 90-82 


M30 


11) 121 


Kansas ' 


W 97-88 


A1 


14| 


Indiana ' 


W 64-52 




1-Coaches vs. Cancer IKON Classic at New 
York, N.Y (Madison Square Garden); 2-ACC/Big 
Ten Challenge at College Park, Md. (Cole Field 
House): 3-BB&T Classic at Washington, D.C- 
(MCI Center); 4-ACC Tournament at Charlotte, 
N.C. (Chartotte Coliseum); 5-NCAA East Region 
First and Second Round at Washington. DC. (MCI 
Center); 6-NCAA East Regional at Syracuse, N.Y. 
(Canier Dome); 7-NCAA Final Four at Atlanta, Ga. 
(Georgia Dome) 



2002-03 

Record: 21-10 H: 14-2 A: 44 N: 3-4 


ACC: 11-5. T-2nd place 


Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen, AP No. 17, 
USAToday/ESPNNo. 10 


N12 (121 


Miami (Ohio) 


W 64-49 


N27 [111 


The Citadel 


W 97-49 


N30 mi 


Duguesne 


W 89-39 


D3 (91(101 


Indiana' (OT) 


L 74-80 


D7 191 


vs. Notre Dame ^ 


L 67-79 


D8 191 


vs. G. Washington ' 


W 93-82 


D14 (181(141 


Florida 


L 64-69 


D23 (231 


UMBC 


W 101-60 


D29 (231 


■ Georgia Tech 


W 84-77 


J4 (221 


Wagner 


W 79-57 


J8 (211 


Hampton 


W 108-58 


J11 (211 


• Rorida Stete 


W 89-62 


J15 1171(191 


•atWakeForest 


L 72-81 


J18 (171 111 


•Duke 


W 87-72 


J22 (121 


■at North Carolina 


W 81-66 


J25 (121 


■ at Clemson 


W 52-47 


J30 (101 


■ NC Slate 


W 75-60 


F2 (101 


Loyola (Md.) 


W 85-58 


F6 181 


■ Virginia 


L 78-86 


F9 (81 


■at Georgia Tech 


L 84-90 


F12 1161 


■ at Florida Stete 


W 74-72 


F17 (131(101 


•Wake Forest 


W 90-67 


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 Virginia 


L 78-80 


M14 [141 


vs. North Carolina ' 


L 72-84 


M21 117) 


vs. UNC Wilmington 


W 75-73 


M23 117(1121 


vs. Xavier ' 


W 77-64 


M28 117( 


vs. Michigan State' 


L 58-60 



1-ACC/Big Ten Challenge at Indianapolis, Ind, 
(Conseco Fieldhouse), 2-BB&T Classic at Wash- 
ington, DC. (MCI Center), 3-ACC Tournament 
at Greensboro, NC. (Greensboro Coliseum), 
4-NCAA South Region First and Second Round at 
Nashville, Tenn, (Gaylord Entertainment Center), 
5-NCAA South Regional at San Antonio, Texas 
(Alamodome) 

2003-04 

Record: 20-12 H: 124 A: 4-5 N: 4-3 

ACC: 7-9. 6th place, ACC ToumamenI Champion 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round, AP No 19, 

USAToday/ESPNNo, 24 

N22 [25( Americari 



N25 [24( George Masori 



W 79-64 



N29 [241 Holslra 

D2 125111 51 Wisconsin '(OT) 



W 73-67 



D6 1251(171 Gonzaga-' 



L 68-82 



D7 1251 WesI Virginia '(OT) L 77-78 



DIO 



at Florida (OT) 



W 



D14 



W 96-72 



023 (241 UNCGieerisboro W 85-58 



2004 ACC Champions 



D28 


1211 


• at Florida Slate 


L 75-79 


J3 




Mount SL Mary's 


W 89-56 


J6 




MD-Eastem Shore 


W 87-38 


J14 


[91 


■ North Carolina 


W 90-84 


J17 


[121 


■ al Geortiia Tech 


L 71-81 


J21 


PI 


■Duke 


L 60-68 


J25 




• al Ctemson 


W 65-52 


J29 


[191 


• al Wake Forest 


L 85-93 


Fl 




•NC State 


L 69-81 


F4 




• at Virginia 


W 71-67 


F8 




• Florida State 


W 73-62 


F15 


[141 


■ al North Carolina 


L 86-97 


F19 


|181 


•Georgia Tech 


L 64-75 


F22 


|3| 


• al Duke 


L 63^6 


F24 




• Clemson 


W 7049 


F28 


|11| 


•Wake Forest 


L 83-91 


M3 


[161 


•aINC State 


W 70-69 


M7 




• Virginia 


W 70-61 


M12 


[151 


Wake Forest' 


W 87-86 


M13 


m 


NC State ' 


W 85-82 


M14 


151 


Duke' 


W 95^7 


M18 


(191 


UTEP' 


W 86^3 


M20 


1191 


Syracuse ' 


L 70-72 



1-ACC/Big Ten Challenge al College Park, Md. 
(Comcast Center), 2-BB&T Classic at Wash- 
ington, D.C. (MCI Center), 3-ACC Tournament 
at Greensboro, N.C. (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,T6t 


place 




Postseason: 


■IIT SemSnal 




N19 1151 


Jackson Stete 


W 93-57 


N23 1131 


Mercer 


W 93-67 


N26 (13((251 


vs. Memphis ' 


W 84^1 


N30 (12((251 


at Wisconsin ' 


L 64-69 


04 (12( 


vs. Geonie Mason ' 


W 78-54 


05 (12( 


vs. Geo. Washington 


L 92-101 


012 (23( 


UNCAsheville 


W 96-72 


019 (23( 


•Florida Slate (OT) 


W 90-88 


023 (24( 


American 


W 82-61 


028 (24( 


Liberty 


W 112-68 


J4 (22( 


Mount SI. Mary's 


W 85-53 


J8 (22( (31 


• al North Carolina 


L 75-109 


Jll m (41 


■atWakeForesI 


L 6641 


J15 m 


Tempte 


W 80-69 


J19 m 


• Virt]inia 


W 82-68 


J23 (RV((RV1 


■ NC Slate 


L 69-85 


J26 (RVl (21 


■ at Duke 


W 75-66 


J30 (RVl (221 


■ Geortiia Tech 


W 79-71 


Fl 1221 


■ at Clemson 


L 73-68 


F5 1221 


■ at Miami (OT) 


L 73-75 


F8 (RVl 


■\^rginiaTech 


W 86-71 


F12 (RVl (71 


■Ouke(OT) 


W 99-92 


F16 (221 


■ at NC Stete 


L 63-62 


F19 (221 


•atVin)inia(20T) 


W 92-69 


F22 (RVl 


■ Ctemson 


L 93-97 


F27 (RVl 121 


• North Carolina 


L 83^5 


m (RVl 


•at Virginia Tech 


L 76-86 


MIO 


vs. Ctemson ' 


L 72-84 


M16 


Oral Roberts' 


W 85-72 


M23 


Davidson ' 


W 78-63 


M26 


Texas Chnstian ' 


W 85-73 


M29 


vs South Carolina ■ 


L 67-75 



1-Hall of Fame Tipoff Classic at Spnngfield, Mass . 
2-ACC/Btg Ten Challenge at Madison Wisconsin 
(Kohl Center); 3-BB&T Classic at Washington, DC 
(MCI Center); 4-ACC Tournament at Washington 
D.C. (MCI Center), 5-NIT Tournament at College 
Park, Md. (Comcast Center); 6-NIT Semifinals at 
New York. N.Y (Madison Sq u are Garden) 



2005-06 

Record: 19-13 H: 14-3 A: 2-7 N: 3-3 



ACC: 8-8, 61h 


place 




Postseason: NIT First Round 


N18 (211 


Fairieigh Dickinson 


W 111-85 


N21 (201 (81 


vs, Gonzaga ' 


L 76-88 


N22 (201 


vs. Chaminade ' 


W 98-69 


N23 (2011RV1 


vs Aritansas ' 


W 75-^2 


N27 (201 


Nicholls Stete 


W 88-56 


N30 1201 


Minnesote ' 


W 83-66 


D5 (171(191 


vs. Geo. Washington 


' L 70-78 


D7 (171 


Westem Carolina 


W 87-57 


D11 1171 (61 


• Boston College 


W 73-71 


D23 1161 


Americari 


W 81-55 


D28 (141 


Delaware Stete 


W 68-54 


D31 (141 


VMI 


W 99-68 


J4 (121 


Texas A81M-CC 


W 99-73 


J7 1121 


• at Miami 


L 70-84 


J11 (211 HI 


•at Duke 


L 52-76 


J15 12111RV1 


•Wake Forest 


W 9046 


J21 1221 


•Virginia Tech 


W 81-72 


J25 1181 


■ at Georoia Tech 


W 86-74 


J28 1181 


at Temple 


L 85-91 


F2 12311RV1 


• North Carolina 


L 62-77 


F5 1231(171 


■ at NC State 


L 58-62 


F7 IRVl 


• Virginia 


W 76*5 


F11 (RVl 121 


■Ouke 


L 88-96 


F14 


■at Clemson 


L 77-89 


F18 


• Georgia Tech (OT) 


W 87-84 


F22 


■at Florida Stete 


L 60-71 


F26 (211 


■ at North Carolina 


L 57-61 


Ml 


■Miami 


W 6541 


M3 


■atViri]inia 


W 71-70 


M9 


vs. Georgia Tech ' 


W 82-64 


MIO 1111 


vs. Boston College' 


L 6640 


M18 


Manhattan ' 


L 8447 


1-EA Sports/Maui Invitelional at Lahaina, Hawaii; 
2-ACC/Big Ten Challenge; 3-BB&T Classic al 
Washington, DC); 4-ACC ToumamenI at Greens- 
boro, N.C ; 5-Postseason NIT 



2006-07 

Record: 25 -9 H: 17- 2 A: 64 N: 2-3 
ACC: 1 0-6, T3rd place 



Postseason: NCAA Second Round, J 

USA Today,€SPN |vto,23 

N7 IRVT Hamplon' 



N8 (RVl Vennonr 



W 8143 



N12 IRVl 



Flonda A&M 



N16 (RVl al. St John's-' 



W 9240 



N17 [RVllRVI vs. Michigan Stele' W 6240 



N20 (241 Wnthrop 



W 7140 



N24 (241 High Point 



W 8143 



N28 mm al Illinois' 



W 7246 



03 (191 vs. Noire Dame' L 7441 



06 (22[ FonJham 



W 79-59 



010 (221 (RVI^al Boston College L 62-73 
013 (RVl Missoun-Kansas City W 101-50 
W 66-54 



023 (RVl Amencan 



028 (RVl l^unlSainl Marys W 91-50 



031 (RVl Siena 



W 94-75 



J4 (RVl (ona 



W 88-57 



J10 (25( 

J13 (2511141 

J16 [221 

j2i [22)123] 

J24 [RV][RV] 

J30 IR^I 

F3 [RV] 

F6' IRV11RV1 

F11 1RV1(16| 



Miami 



L 5643 



Clemson 



L 91-103 



at Wrginia 

al Virginia Tech (OT) L 6447 

Georgia Tech W 8045 

31 Flonda Sla te L 79-96 

31 W3\e Foresl W 79-72 

Virginia L 6549 

Duke W 7240 



F14 


• at NC State 


W 


85-70 


F18 (RVl 


•at Ctemson 


W 


8246 


F21 m 


•Rorida Stete 


W 


73-55 


F25 (RVl (51 


• North Carolina 


W 


8947 


F28 (24((141 


•alOuke 


W 


85-77 


M3 1241 


•NC Stete 


W 


79-59 


M8 (17( 


vs. Miami' 


L 


6247 


M15 (18( 


vs. Davidson' 


W 


82-70 


M17 (181(191 


vs. Sutler' 


L 


5942 



1-2K Sports College Hoops Classic, College Parti, 
Md. (Comcast Cenler); 2-2K Sports College Hoops 
Classic, New Yori:, N.Y (Madison Sguare Gartlen); 
3-ACC/Big Ten Challenge al Champaign, Illinois 
(Assembly Hall); 4-BB&T Classic al Washington. 
D.C; 5-ACC ToumamenI at Tampa. Ra. (SI Pete 
Times Fortjm); 5-NCAA First and Second Round at 
Buffalo, N.Y. (HSBC Center) 



2007-08 

Record: 19-15 H: 134 A: 6-5 N: 04 


ACC: 84, T5lh place 


Postseason: NIT Second Round 


Nil m 


North Florida ' 


W 79-50 


N12 IRVl 


Hampton' 


W 7044 


N15 IRVl 


Northeastern (OT) 


W 74-72 


N19 IRVl HI 


vs UCLA' 


L 59-71 


N20 IRVIIRVI 


vs Missouri' 


L 7044 


N23 1RV1 


Lehigh 


W 7241 


N28 (RVl 


Illinois' 


W 6941 


02 


vs. VCU' 


L 7645 


06 


Morcan State 


W 8945 


09 


• Boston College 


L 7841 


012 


Ohio 


L 5541 


022 


American 


L 5947 


028 


Delaware 


W 7646 


J2 


Savannah Stete 


W 7548 


J5 


atChailolte 


W 76-72 


J8 


Holy Cross 


W 7348 


J12 


•alVin^iniaTech 


L 6647 


J15 


•WakeFoiesl 


W 7144 


J19 (11 


• al North Carolina 


W 8240 


J27 (RVl 131 


•Duke 


L 84-93 


J30 


• Vinjinia 


W 85-75 


F2 


•at Georoia Tech 


W 8846 


F6 


■ at Boston College 


W 7045 


F9 


■ NC Slate 


W 84-70 


F13 (RVl (21 


■ al Duke 


L 65-77 


F16 IRVl 


■ Ftorida Slate 


W 82-72 


F20 


■ Vin]inia Tech 


W 6549 


F23 


•al Miami 


L 63-76 


F28 


•alWakeForesI 


W 74-70 


M2 (RV( 


• Clemson 


L 70-73 


M9 


•atVin^inia 


L 76-91 


M13 


vs. Boslon College' 


L 68-71 


M18 


al Minnesote' 


W 6M8 


M20 


al Syracuse' 


L 7248 



1 1-CBE Classic. College Park. Md. (Comcasl 
Center); 2-CBE Classic. Kansas Cily. Mo (Spnnt 
Center); 3-ACC/Big Ten Challenge. 4-BB8T Classc 
at Washington. D.C ; S-ACC ToumamenI at Char- 
lotte. N.C- (Bobcats Arena). 6-Postseason NI T 



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2Q02 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2 O 4 ACC CHAMPION S -• 



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! Series Records 



Opponent (GP) 


Record 


Air Force (2) 


2-0 


Alabama (3) 


3-0 


Alaska (1) 


1-0 


Alcorn Stated) 


1-0 


American (16) 


15-1 


AU-PuertoRicod) 


1-0 


Appalactilan State (2) 


2-0 


Arizona (3) 


0-3 


Arizona State (2) 


1-1 


Arkansas (3) 


2-1 


Army (4) 


3-1 


Auqusta College (1) 


1-0 


Ball Slated) 


1-0 


Baltimore City (3) 


2-1 


Biscayne College (2) 


2-0 


Boston College (10) 


5-5 


Boston University (3) 


2-1 


Brown (3) 


3-0 


Bucknell (6) 


6-0 


Buffalo (4) 


4-0 


Butler (1) 


0-1 


California (1) 


1-0 


California-Irvine (1) 


1-0 


California-Santa Barbara (1) 


1-0 


Canisius (7) 


7-0 


Catholic (22) 


12-10 


Central Florida (1) 


1-0 


Ctiaminade (2) 


2-0 


Charlotte (2) 


2-0 


College of Charleston (1) 


0-1 


Chicago State (2) 


2-0 


City College of Neva York (2) 


1-1 


Cincinnati (2) 


2-0 


The Citadel (3) 


3-0 


Clemson (133) 


86-47 


Cleveland Stated) 


1-0 


Coastal Carolina (1) 


1-0 


Columbia (2) 


2-0 


Connecticut (4) 


2-2 


Coppin Stated) 


0-1 


Cornell (1) 


1-0 


Creiqhton (2) 


2-0 


Davidson (4) 


3-1 


Dayton (4) 


2-2 



Opponent (GP) 


Record 


Delaware (5) 


3-2 


Delaware College (1) 


0-1 


Delaware State (4) 


4-0 


DePaul (2) 


2-0 


DePauw (2) 


2-0 


Detroit (1) 


1-0 


Duke (163) 


60-103 


Duguesne (8) 


8-0 


East Carolina (6) 


6-0 


Eastern Kentucky 91) 


1-0 


East Tennessee State (2) 


2-0 


Evansville (2) 


1-1 


Fairleigh Dickinson (6) 


6-0 


Florida (3) 


1-2 


Florida A&Md) 


1-0 


Florida International (1) 


1-0 


Florida State (35) 


26-9 


Fordham (9) 


8-1 


Gallaudet(14) 


7-7 


George Mason (7) 


7-0 


George Washington (64) 


35-29 


Georgetown (61) 


36-25 


Georgia (6) 


2-4 


Georgia State (2) 


2-0 


Georgia Tecli (67) 


34-33 


Gonzaga (3) 


1-2 


Hampton (3) 


3-0 


Hawaii (2) 


2-0 


Hawaii-Pacified) 


1-0 


High Point d) 


1-0 


Hofstra (4) 


4-0 


Holy Cross (5) 


5-0 


Houston (2) 


1-1 


Howard (3) 


3-0 


Illinois (7) 


5-2 


Indiana (6) 


1-5 


lona (2) 


2-0 


Iowa (2) 


2-0 


Jackson Stated) 


1-0 


Jacksonville (3) 


2-1 


James Madison (1) 


1-0 


Johns Hopkins (19) 


15-4 


Kansas (5) 


2-3 


Kansas Stated) 


1-0 



Opponent (GP) Record 


Kentucky (13) 


5-8 


Kentucky Wesleyand) 


1-0 


Kent Stated) 


1-0 


Lafayette (4) 


4-0 


Lamar (1) 


1-0 


La Salle (3) 


3-0 


Lehigh (2) 


2-0 


Liberty (1) 


1-0 


Long Island (7) 


7-0 


Louisiana State (4) 


2-2 


Louisville (7) 


2-5 


Loyola (Md.)d3) 


8-5 


Maine (1) 


1-0 


Manhattan (2) 


1-1 


Marshall (2) 


2-0 


Md.-Balt. County (UMBO (13) 13-0 
Md.-Eastem Shore (UMES) (15) 15-0 
Massachusetts (6) 2-4 


Memphis (3) 


1-2 


Mercer (1) 


1-0 


Miami (Fla.) (14) 


5-9 


Miami (Ohio) (3) 


3-0 


Michigan (5) 


2-3 


Michigan State (3) 


1-2 


Minnesota (4) 


4-0 


Mississippi (2) 


1-1 


Mississippi State (3) 


0-3 


Missouri (5) 


1-4 


Missouri-Kansas City (1) 


1-0 


Monmouth (N,J.) (2) 


2-0 


Montana Stated) 


1-0 


Morgan State (5) 


5-0 


Mount Saint Joseph (3) 


1-2 


Mount Saint Mary's (6) 


6-0 


Navy (56) 


30-26 


Nevada-Las Vegas (UNLV) (5) 


1-4 


New Mexico A&M(1) 


0-1 


New York University (2) 


0-2 


Niagara (1) 


1-0 


Nicholls Stated) 


1-0 


Norfolk Stated) 


1-0 


North Carolina (168) 


)5-113 


UNCAsheville(2) 


2-0 


UNC Greensboro (2) 


2-0 



Opponent (GP) 


Record 


UNC Wilmington (2) 


2-0 


NC Stated 42) 


70-72 


Northeastern (2) 


2-0 


Northwestern (1) 


1-0 


North Florida (1) 


1-0 


North Texas (1) 


1-0 


Notre Dame (18) 


9-9 


Old Dominion (5) 


4-1 


Ohio State (5) 


3-2 


Ohio University (2) 


1-1 


Oklahoma (4) 


2-2 


Oklahoma Stated) 


1-0 


Oral Roberts (1) 


1-0 


Penn State (16) 


8-8 


Pennsylvania (15) 


3-12 


Penn Military Academy (1) 


0-1 


Pepperdine (2) 


2-0 


Pittsburgh (6) 


5-1 


Princeton (7) 


5-2 


Providence (2) 


1-1 


Randolph Macon (4) 


3-1 


Rhode Island (2) 


2-0 


Richmond (39) 


25-14 


Rider (3) 


3-0 


Rutgers (6) 


3-3 


Sacramento State (1) 


1-0 


St, Francis (Pa.) (1) 


1-0 


St. John's (Md.) (14) 


9-5 


St. John's (N.Y) (4) 


2-2 


St. Joseph's (4) 


3-1 


St. Louis (1) 


1-0 


St Peter's (1) 


1-0 


San Francisco (2) 


2-0 


Santa Clara (2) 


1-1 


Savannah State 


1-0 


Seton Hall (3) 


2-1 


Siena (2) 


2-0 


South Carolina (58) 


31-27 


South Carolina State (1) 


1-0 


South Florida (2) 


2-0 


Southern California (3) 


3-0 


Southern Illinois (1) 


1-0 


Stanford (3) 


3-0 


Staunton Military Academy (1 


0-1 



Opponent (GP) 


Record 


Stevens Institute (5) 


4-1 


Stony Brook (1) 


1-0 


Syracuse (7) 


5-2 


Tampa (2) 


2-0 


Temple (8) 


44 


Tennessee (3) 


2-1 


Tennessee-Chattanooga (2) 


2-0 


Texas-El Paso (3) 


3-0 


Texas (1) 


1-0 


Texas A&M-CorpusChristid) 


1-0 


Texas Christian (2) 


2-0 


Texas Tech (1) 


1-0 


Towson (12) 


12-0 


Tulane (1) 


1-0 


Tulsa (1) 


1-0 


UCLA (8) 


2-6 


Utahd) 


1-0 


Utah Stated) 


1-0 


Valparaiso (1) 


1-0 


Vanderbiltd) 


1-0 


Vermont (1) 


1-0 


Villanova(3) 


1-2 


Virginia (168) 


102-66 


Virginia Commonwealth 


0-1 


Virginia Military Institute (50) 


40-10 


Virginia Tech (33) 


25-8 


Wagner (2) 


2-0 


Wake Forest (115) 


61-54 


Washington College (15) 


12-3 


Washington & Lee (51) 


27-24 


West Virginia (36) 


15-21 


Western Carolina (2) 


2-0 


Western Kentucky (2) 


2-0 


Western Maryland (9) 


9-0 


Wichita (1) 


1-0 


Williams Mary d 5) 


15-0 


Winthrop (4) 


4-0 


Wisconsin (6) 


2-4 


Wyoming (1) 


1-0 


Xavier(2) 


2-0 


Yaled) 


1-0 



2008-09 Opponents in Bold 




200B-03 MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 



Series Results 



Air Force 

Maryland leads, 2-0 



Alabama 

Maryland leads, 3-0 



2-26-25 



12-6-84 



12-21-65 H 



1-So ConI ToumamenI al Atlanta, Ga. 



Alaska-Anchorage 

Matyland leads, 1-0 



11-24-e 



N1 



t-Great Alaska Stiootout 31 Anctiorage, Alaska 
(Sullivan Arena) 

Alcorn State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



American 

Maryland leads, 14-2 



73-71 



72-69 



93-66 



98-67 



98-77 



104-79 




12-23-05 



81-55 



12-13-06 



66-54 



12-22-07 H L 59-67 
1-Tip Ofl ToumamenI al Landover, Md. (Capital 
Centre) 

All of Puerto Rico 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



11-26-98 Al 



82-32 



1-PueitoRk»SlKX3loula1B3yainon.RR.(Eugeno 
Guena Spwis Complex) 

Appalachian State 

Maryland leads, 2-0 



1-2-75 



96-50 



12-18-76 



76-74 



Arizona 

Maryland trails, 0-3 



12-27-63 N1 



54-57 



3-19-9f 



N2 



79-87 



11-841 



N3 



67-71 



1-EvansviIle Holiday Tournament (Roberts 
Stadium), 2-NCAAToumament at Anaheim, Calil. 
(Arrowhead Pond o( Anaheim): 3-Coaches vs. 
Cantor IKON Ctassic at New Yort, N Y (Madison 
Square Garden) 

Arizona State 

The series is tied, M 



12-30-53 N1 



t1-23-94 N2 L 90-97 
l-Ali-American Cily ToumamenI al Owensboro, 
Ky, ; 3-Maui Invilational al Lahaina, Hawaii {Lahaina 
Civic Center) 

Arkansas 

Maryland lea ds, 2-1 



12-10-8 



1-EA Sporl^Maui Invilalional at Lahama. Hawari 
tlatiaina Civtc Center) 



Army 

Marylati d trails, 4-8 



1-7-39 


A 


2545 


2-18-42 


A 


3244 


2-6-43 


A 


4044 


3-144 


A 


22-85 


2-2845 


A 


34-54 



25-52 



12-21-77 



W 



9-77 



12-2-89 



N3 



W 



78-60 



l-Chaitotle Invitational al Charione, N C (Chariotte 
Coliseum); 2-Mafylandlnvitalional at College Part 
Md. (Cole Field House): 3-Central Fidelily Classic 
al Richmond Va. (Robbins Center) 

Augusta College 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

11-27-89 H W 105-74 



Bainbridge Navy 

Maryland trails, 0-2 

12-2143 H L 2ft 



Ball State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 
11-30-76 H 



66-70 



Baltimore City 
College 



Maryland 


eads, 2-1 






2-21-14 


H 


L 




1-21-36 


H 


W 


55-33 


14-38 


A 


W 


50-32 


Biscayne 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-9-78 


H 


W 


86-60 


Boston College 

Series Tied, 5-5 


3-11-58 


N1 


w 


86-63 


12-30-73 


H2 


w 


58-37 


12-24-83 


H 


w 


89-76 


12-3-90 


N3 


L 


85-100 


12-11-05 


H 


W 


73-71 


3-10-06 


N4 


L 


66-60 


12-10-06 


A 


L 


62-73 


12-9-07 


H 


L 


78-81 


2-6-08 


A 


W 


70-65 


3-13-08 


N5 


L 


68-71 



1-NCAA Tournament at New York Cily, N.Y. 
(Madison Square Gardens), 2-Marylard Invilalional 
al College Park, Md, (Cole Field House), 3-ACC/ 
Big East Challenge al Richmond, Va [Richmond 
Coliseum), 4-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, 
N.C. (Greensboro Cdiseum); 5-ACC ToumamenI 
alChartotte. N.C. (Bobcats Arena ) 

ACC SERIES 
PROFILE 

Terps at Home: 2-1 

TerpsonttieRoad:1-1 

Terps a t Neutral Sites: 2-3 

Last 10 Games; 5-5 

Current Streak: BC won 1 



Longest UM Win Streak: 3 



Boston University 



Maryland leads, 3-1 






12-8-75 H 


W 


122-82 


2-11-80 H 


W 


99-76 



1-22-91 



H 



W 



l-al Boston Mass. (Boston Ganlen) 



Brown 

Maryland leads, 3-0 



12-1-71 



11-29-72 H 



12-6-79 



Bucknell 

Maryland leads, 6-fl 



106-72 



95-62 



107-97 



95-73 
77-66 
102-64 



Builalo 

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 


93-64 


Butler 

Maryland trails, 0-1 


3-17-07 


N1 


L 


59-62 


l-NCAA ToumamenI Second Round al Buffalo, 
NY(HSBC Arena) 


California 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-8-96 


Nl 


W 


80-64 


1-Franklin National Bank Classic al Landover. 
Md (USAir 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 




Catholic 

Maryland leads, 12-10 


1910-11 


H 


W 


35-30 


1-14-14 


A 






1-31-14 


H 






1-25-19 


Nl 




7-25 


3-3-19 


Nl 




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 


2-844 


A 


L 


33-53 


12-10-79 


H 


w 


113-79 


1-al Washing 


onYMCA 






Central Florida 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


2-16-87 


H 


w 


73-55 


Chaminade 

Maryland leads, 2-Q 


11-21-94 


Nl 


w 


95-67 


11-22-05 


Nl 


w 


98-69 


1-Maul Invilalional at Lahaina, Hawaii (Lahaina 
CmcCenlerl 



Charlotte 

Mar yland lead s, 2-0 



12-22-75 H W 


70-60 


1-5-08 A W 


76-72 


Chicago State 

Maryland leads, 2-0 


12-2-96 H W 


9444 


12-27-00 H W 


117-55 


CCNY 

The series Is tied, 1-1 


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 


78-61 


2-19-95 


N3 


W 


74-72 


1-al Cindnnali. Ohio (Music Hal!}: 2-All-Ame(ican 
Cily Tournament at Owensboro, Ky.: 3-at San 
Antonio. Texas (Alamodome) 


The Citadel 

Maryland leads, 3-0 


34-38 


Nl 


W 


4543 


2-2647 


H 


W 


5240 


11-27-02 


H 


W 


9749 


1-So. ConI. ToumamenI at 
Coleeum) 


^telgh, N.C. (Reynolds 


Clemson 

Maryland leads, 8647 


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 


63-61 


12-1848 


H 


w 


74-50 


2-2049 


A 


L 


49-68 


12-1549 


H 


L 


55-60 


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 


71-63 


2-15-55 


H 


W 


68-66 


1-7-56 


A 


W 


71-63 


2-14-56 


H 


W 


81-69 


14-57 


A 


W 


59-52 


2-25-57 


H 


W 


74-65 


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 


2-15-60 


H 


W 


70-55 


2-26-60 


A 


w 


66-59™ 


2-10-61 


A 


L 


59-76 


2-25-61 


H 


W 


82-80 «"i 


3-2-61 


N2 


w 


91-75 


2-10-62 


A 


L 


61-73 


2-24-62 


H 


L 


68-75 


2-9-63 


A 


L 


60-62 


2-23-63 


H 


W 


69-67 


12-1663 


H 


W 


5648 


2-28-64 


A 


L 


66-83 


3-5*1 


N2 


L 


67-81 


1-8-65 


A 


W 


67-65"°" 


2-26-65 


H 


W 


88-71 


34-65 


N2 


W 


61-50 


1-29-66 


A 


L 


66-71 


2-26-66 


H 


L 


69-81 


1-16-67 


H 


W 


6848 


2-25-67 


A 


L 


61-65 


1-15-68 


A 


L 


93-94"" 


2-24-68 


H 


W 


81-68 


1-13-69 


H 


W 


83-78 


2-22-69 


A 


W 


84-83 


1-12-70 


A 


W 


75-68 


2-23-70 


H 


W 


103-85 


1-11-71 


H 


W 


56-52 


2-23-71 


A 


L 


45-511°" 


1-8-72 


A 


L 


61-63 


2-19-72 


H 


W 


67-57 


3-9-72 


N3 


W 


54-52 


1-6-73 


A 


w 


79-75 


2-17-73 


H 


w 


69-66 


3-8-73 


N3 


w 


77-61 


1-5-74 


H 


w 


89-60 


2-16-74 


A 


w 


56-54 


1-22-75 


A 


L 


82-83 


2-26-75 


H 


w 


70*t 


1-21-76 


H 


L 


77-82 


2-14-76 


A 


W 


98-89 


1-19-77 


A 


L 


71-93 


2-12-77 


H 


W 


84-78 


1-16-78 


H 


W 


90-75 


2-11-78 


A 


W 


80-75 


1-17-79 


A 


W 


77-63 


2-10-79 


H 


W 


77-69 




3-1-79 


N3 


W 


75-67 


1-16-80 


H 


W 


84-83 


2-9-80 


A 


L 


81-90 


2-29-80 


N3 


W 


91-85 


1-17-81 


A 


W 


68-62™ 


2-12-81 


H 


w 


72-70 


1-16-82 


H 


w 


62-57 


2-13-82 


A 


L 


66-75 


1-19-83 


A 


w 


80-61 


2-19-83 


H 


w 


92-88 


1-17-84 


H 


w 


85-72 


2-18-84 


A 


w 


66-65"" 


1-16-65 


H 


w 


94-84 


2-17-85 


A 


L 


64-71 


2-8-86 


H 


W 


78-69 


2-15-86 


A 


L 


60-70 


1-17-87 


A 


L 


64-72 


24^7 


H 


L 


79-80 


1-9-88 


H 


W 


68-53 


2-10-88 


A 


w 


7066 


1-7-89 


A 


L 


58-75 


2-7-89 


H 


W 


98^7 


1-6-90 


A 


L 


77-62 


2-7-90 


H 


L 


73-75 


1-5-91 


H 


W 


81-65 


2-6-91 


A 


L 


69-73 


1-25-92 


H 


W 


84-71 


2-22-92 


A 


L 


70-82 


3*92 


N4 


W 


81-75 


1-26-93 


A 


L 


72-82 


2-27-93 


H 


L 


7^81 


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 


84-68 


1-24-96 


H 


W 


65-60 


2-24-96 


A 


L 


61-68 


1-15-97 


H 


L 


63-67 


2-8-97 


A 


L 


68-80 


3-7-97 


N3 


W 


76*1 


124-97 


A 


L 


65-78 »" 


1-24-98 


H 


W 


74-69 


1-24-99 


A 


W 


81-79™ 


2-24-99 


H 


W 


77-60 


1-22-00 


H 


W 


74-62 


2-22-00 


A 


W 


76-63 


1-2-01 


A 


W 


104-92 


24-01 


H 


W 


69-54 


1-20-02 


H 


W 


99-90 


2-20-02 


A 


W 


84-68 


1-25-03 


A 


W 


5247 


2-25-03 


H 


W 


91-52 


1-2504 


A 


W 


65-52 


2-24-04 


H 


W 


7049 


2-1-05 


A 


L 


73-88 


2-22-05 


H 


L 


93-97 


3-10-05 


N5 


L 


72-84 


2-14-06 


A 


L 


77-89 


1-1347 


H 


W 


92-87 


2-18fl7 


A 


W 


82-66 


3-2-08 


H 


L 


70-73 



1-So, Conf. TouniamenI at Raleigh, N.C. (ReynoWs 
Coliseum), 2-ACC Tournament al Raleigh, 
N.C (Reynolds C<«iseum}: 3-ACC ToumamenI 
al Greensboro, N.C (Greensboro Coliseum); 
4-ACC ToumamenI al CharloUe, N,C (Chartotte 
Coliseum), 5-ACC Tournament al Washinglon, 
D,C. (MCI Center) 

ACC SERIES 
PROFILE 

Terps at Home: 5r 1 1 

_Terps at Cole Field Ho use: 40-7 



Terp s at Comcast Cen ter 3-2 
Terps on tlie Road 25-33 _ 



Terps at Neutral Sites: tO-4 
Terps since t953-54: 8 0-39 
Last 10 Games: 5-5 



Current Streak: Clemson won 1 



Longest UM Win Streak; 13 

_Longest CU Win Streak: 4 

Largest Win Margin' 40,Si-i on Dec. 

4, 1953) 

Largest Loss Margin: 22 [93-71 on Jan. 
19, 1977) 



JostUM Points Scored: W 
Most CU Points Scored: ':'J 



Cleveland Stale 



Maryland leads, 1-0 



12-5-84 



H 



&»64 



J^^S:. 



Coastal Carolina 

Maryland leads, 1-0 




1-2-00 H W 


10048 


Colgate 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-8-94 H W 


113-53 



College of 
Charleston 

Maryland trails. 0-1 



3-13-97 

1-NCAA ToumamenI al Memphis, Tenn. (Ttie 
Pyramid) 

Columbia 

Maryland leads, 2-0 

1924-25 A W 24-23 

12-28-63 Nl W 82-76 

1-Evansville Holiday Tournament (Roberts 

Stadhim) 

Connecticut 

Maryland trails, 2-3 



12-3^)1 



N3 



W 



77-65 



3-24-02 



N4 



W 



9062 



1-ACC/Big EasI Challenge al Hartford. Conn 
(Hartfonl Civic Center); 2-NCAA Totimament a! 
Oakland. Calii (Oakland Coliseum); 3-BB&T 
Classic at Washington, DC (MCI Center); 4-NCAA 
East Regional at Syracuse, N.Y (Carrier Dome) 



Coppin State 

Maryland trails, 0-1 



63-70 



Cornell 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



Creighton 

Maryland leads, 2-0 



3-18-75 



Nl 



l-NCAA ToumamenI at Lubbock, Texas (Memonal 
Coliseum); 2-NCAA ToumamenI al Oflando, Fla. 
(Orlando Areoa) 



Davidson 

Maryland leads, 7-3 


12-16-38 


H 


W 


44-27 


12-1647 


H 


W 


59-58 


3448 


Nl 


L 


51-58 


1449 


N2 


L 


49-52 


2-18-50 


H 


W 


64-61 


2-1-51 


A 


W 


57-55 


3-1-52 


H 


W 


7148 


12-2^66 


A3 


W 


66-65 


12-27-68 


A3 


L 


69-83 


3-23-05 


H4 


W 


78-63 


3-15^)7 


N5 


W 


82-70 



l>&0. Cont, Toumament al Durtum, N.C (DuKe 
Indoor Stadnjm): 2-al Chstotlesvile. Va. (Memontf 
Gymnasium), 3-Charlone Invitational at ChaitoHe. 
N.C (Cfiar1olleColiseum);4-NIT Second Roondal 
Ccflege Park, Md (Comcast Center); 5-NCAAFia 
Round al BuBalo, NY. (HSBC Arena) 



Dayton 

Ttie series Is tied, 2-2 


12-30-65 Nl W 


77-75 


2-13* H W 


61-59 


1-5-85 A L 


63-67 


11-22-00 N2 L 


71-77 


(Loyola Field House). 2-Msui InWallonal al 
Ltfiara. Hmm (LahBfia Cm Center) 


Delaware 

Maryland leads, 3-2 


1-10-08 A L 


3« 


24-11 A L 


11-23 


12.290 H W 


M-se 


12-1-70 H W 


86-73 


12-284)7 H W 


7646 




2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2 04 ACC CHAMPIONS- 






Delaware State 



Maryland leads, 4-0 






' 1f25-89 


H 


W 


87-53 


i<m-x 


H 


W 


118-55 


11-24-01 


H 


W 


77-53 


12-28-05 


H 


W 


81-55 


DePaul 

Maryland leads, 2-0 


12-12-76 


H 


W 


92-74 


12-7-98 


N1 


W 


92-75 


1-BB&T Classic at Washington 
Center) 


DC. (MCI 


DePauw 

Maryland leads, 2-0 


12-12-74 


H 


W 


11349 


12-3-75 


H 


W 


9942 


Detroit 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-9-01 


H 


W 


79-54 


Dickinson 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


College 


2-19-38 


H 


w 


57-27 


Duice 

Maryland trails, 60-103 


1925-26 


H 


w 


41-20 


1-9-30 


H 


L 


27-28 


2-20-30 


A 


L 


24-39 


1-15-31 


H 


W 


32-24 


2-20-32 


A 


W 


20-18 l»i 


1-12-33 


H 


W 


30-28 


1-11-34 


H 


W 


37-33 


1-11-35 


H 


L 


3948 


2-1-36 


H 


w 


38-34 


3-5-36 


N1 


w 


47-35 


1-16-37 


H 


L 


31-34 


1-30-37 


A 


L 


30-34 


1-15-38 


H 


W 


40-36 


1-29-38 


A 


L 


34-44 


3-5-38 


N1 


L 


32-35 


1-13-39 


H 


W 


37-34 


2-2-39 


A 


w 


6044 


1-9-40 


H 


w 


32-30 


1-30-40 


A 


L 


3748 


3-140 


N1 


L 


3244 


1-1141 


H 


L 


2640 


2-141 


A 


L 


1743 


1-1042 


A 


L 


33-37 


2-2542 


H 


L 


46-64 


2-1243 


H 


L 


4346 


1-645 


A 


L 


24-51 


2-2245 


N1 


L 


49-76 


1446 


A 


L 


25-59 


1-2546 


H 


W 


43-38 


2-1847 


H 


L 


3840 


1-548 


A 


L 


42-53 


1-3-50 


A 


L 


46-58 


2-10-50 


H 


W 


67-57 


2-16-51 


H 


L 


4049 


2-18-52 


A 


L 


51-56 


3-6-52 


N1 


L 


48-51 


3-5-53 


N1 


W 


74-65 


2-16-54 


H 


L 


61-66 


12-7-54 


H 


W 


4947 


12-17-54 


A 


L 


61-68 


1-14-56 


A 


L 


62-76 


2-7-56 


H 


L 


70-82 


3-1-56 


N2 


L 


69-94 


1-10-57 


H 


W 


62-51 


1-31-57 


A 


L 


60-72 


1-8-58 


H 


W 


7449 


2-21-58 


A 


L 


59-68 


3-7-58 


N2 


W 


71-65 ™ 


1-7-59 


H 


W 


64-31 


1-17-59 


A 


L 


69-78 


1-16-60 


A 


W 


5648 


2-18-60 


H 


W 


71-61 


1-14-61 


A 


L 


62-70 


2-16-61 


H 


W 


76-71 


1-13-62 


A 


I 


68-84 


2-13-62 


H 


I 


53-79 


3-1-62 


m 


I 


58-71 


12-9-62 


A 


L 


66-92 


2-19-63 


H 


L 


70-76 


2-8-64 


H 


L 


72-104 


2-22-64 


A 


L 


63-84 


2-1-65 


A 


L 


64-82 


2-23-65 


H 


W 


85-82 



1-13-66 


A 


L 


61-76 


2-19-66 


H 


L 


69-74 


1-14-67 


H 


L 


69.72101) 


2-18-67 


A 


L 


58-81 


1-13-68 


H 


L 


52-84 


2-6-68 


A 


L 


64-85 


1-11-69 


A 


L 


85-96 


2-10-69 


H 


L 


83-93 


1-28-70 


H 


W 


52-50 


2-21-70 


A 


L 


76-87 


2-6-71 


A 


W 


88-79 


2-13-71 


H 


L 


67-70 


2-5-72 


H 


W 


77-58 


2-26-72 


A 


L 


59-68 


2-3-73 


A 


L 


81-85 


2-24-73 


H 


W 


96-68 


2-2-74 


H 


W 


104-83 


2-23-74 


A 


w 


64-61 


3-7-74 


N3 


w 


85-66 


1-8-75 


H 


w 


83-77 


2-8-75 


A 


w 


104-80 


2-7-76 


H 


w 


102-91 


2-21-76 


A 


L 


67-69 


34-76 


N4 


W 


80-78 ™ 


2-5-77 


A 


W 


65-64'™ 







2-11-06 


H 


L 


88-96 




2-11-07 


H 


W 


85-77 




2-28-07 


A 


W 


85-77 




1-27-08 


H 


L 


84-93 




2-13-08 


A 


L 


65-77 



2-19-77 


H 


W 


85-72 


14-78 


H 


L 


78-88 


2-18-78 


A 


L 


70-81 


3-2-78 


N3 


L 


69-81 


2-3-79 


A 


L 


78-87 


2-17-79 


H 


W 


70-68 


2-2-80 


H 


W 


101-82 


2-16-80 


A 


L 


61-66 


3-1-80 


N3 


L 


72-73 


1-10-81 


H 


W 


94-79 


2-7-81 


A 


L 


54-55 


3-5-81 


N4 


W 


56-53 


1-9-82 


A 


W 


40-36 


2-6-82 


H 


W 


77-60 


1-15-83 


H 


L 


67-86 


2-21-83 


A 


W 


101-90 


1-14-84 


A 


W 


81-75 


2-11-84 


H 


L 


84-89 


3-11-84 


N3 


W 


74-62 


1-14-85 


H 


W 


78-761™ 


2-9-85 


A 


L 


62-70 


3-8-85 


N5 


L 


73-86 



14-86 


H 




75-81 


1-25-86 


A 




68-80 


1-14-87 


H 




61-85 


2-7-87 


A 




67-76 


1-16-88 


A 


W 


72-69 


2-13-88 


H 




83-90 


1-14-89 


H 




72-82 


2-11-89 


A 




60-86 


1-13-90 


A 




80-91 


2-10-90 


H 




111-114 «"1 


3-9-90 


N6 




84-104 


1-12-91 


H 




78-94 


2-9-91 


A 




81-101 


1-8-92 


H 




66-83 


2-20-92 


A 




89-91 


3-9-92 


N6 




87-94 


1-30-93 


H 




62-78 


3-3-93 


A 




79-95 


1-29-94 


A 




62-75 


3-2-94 


H 




69-73 


1-28-95 


H 


W 


74-72 


3-1-95 


A 


W 


94-92 


1-28-96 


A 




73-83 


2-28-96 


H 




75-77 



3-8-96 


N3 


W 


82-69 


1-26-97 


H 


W 


74-70 


2-27-97 


A 




69-81 


1-3-98 


H 




72-104 


1-29-98 


A 




59-86 


1-3-99 


H 




64-82 


2-3-99 


A 




77-95 


1-9-00 


H 




70-80 


2-9-00 


A 


W 


98-87 


3-12-00 


N6 




68-81 


1-27-01 


H 




96-98'™ 


2-27-01 


A 


W 


91-80 


3-10-01 


N7 




82-84 


3-31-01 


N8 




84-95 


1-17-02 


A 




76-99 


2-17-02 


H 


W 


87-73 


1-18-03 


H 


W 


87-72 


2-19-03 


A 




70-75 


1-21-04 


H 




60-68 


2-22-04 


A 




63-86 


3-14-04 


N3 


W 


95-87™ 


1-26-05 


A 


W 


75-66 


2-12-05 


H 


W 


99-92 1« 


1-11-06 


A 


L 


52-76 



1-So, Conf. Toumament al Raleigh, N,C, (Reynolds 
Coliseum); 2-ACC Tournament al Raleigh, 
N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum]; 3-ACC TournamenI 
at Greensboro, N C. (Greensboro Coliseum), 
4-ACC Toumament al Landover Md. (Capital 
Cenlre}; 5-ACC Tournament at Allania, Ga 
(Omni); 6-ACC Tournament at Charlotte, N.C 
(Charlotte Coliseum); 7-ACC Tournament at 
Atlanta, Ga. (Georgia Dome); 8-NCAA Final Four 
al Minneapolis, Minn. (HHH Metrodome) 

ACC SERIES 
PROFILE 

Terps at Horiie: 36-37 

Terps at Cole Field Hous e: 22-25 

Terps at Comcast Cenler:_3^3 

Terps on tile R oad: 15-53 



Terps al Neutral Sites: 8-13 



Terps since 1353-54: 43-81 

Last 10 Games: 5-5 

Curent Streait: Duke won 2 

Longest UH Win Streak: 7 

Longest DUWin Streali 15_ 



Largest Win Margin. 3.: l64-31 on Jan. 

7. 1959) 

Largest Loss Margin: 36 [92-56 on 

Dec 9, 19621 

Most UM Points Scored: 111 



Most DU Points Scored: 114 



Duquesne 

Maryland leads, 8-0 



2-9-72 



H 



2-23-75 



103-82 



12-11-82 



85-64 



12-10-83 



78-67 



East Carolina 

Mar yland leads, 6-0 



127-8 



Eastern Kentucky 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



12-5-73 



W 



East Tennessee 
State 

Maryland leads, 2-0 



3-1-75 


H 


W 


104-87 


12-23-89 


N1 


W 


91-86 


l-Chaminade Ctiristmas Classic 
Hawaii (Blaisdell Center) 


at Honolulu. 



Evansville 

The series is tied, 1-1 



1-AII-American City Toumament at Owensboro, 
Ky.; 2-Fiesla Bowl Classic at Tucson, Ariz. 
(McKale Center) 



Fairleigh 
Dickinson 

Maryland leads, 6-0 



12-10-80 


H 


W 


109-83 


12-3-85 


H 


W 


74-51 


12-29-86 


H 


W 


70-59 


11-18-97 


H 


W 


81-70 


11-22-99 


H 


W 


10445 


11-18-05 


H 


W 


111-85 


norida 

Maryland trails, 0-2 


2-26-32 


N1 


L 


24-39 


12-14-02 


H 


L 


64-69 


1-So. Conf. Tournament atAtlanIa, Ga. 



norida ASM 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



11-12-06 



W 



norida 
International 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



11-25-97 


H 


lAI 


117-70 


norida State 

Maryland leads, 26-9 


1-18-92 


H 


L 


83-91 ™ 


2-5-92 


A 


W 


93-85 


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 


69-66 


1-10-95 


A 


W 


70-57 


2-11-95 


H 


W 


80-65 


3-10-95 


N1 


w 


71-64 


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 


68-62 


1-27-99 


H 


w 


107-87 


2-27-99 


A 


w 


84-75 


3-5-99 


N1 


w 


93-69 


1-29-00 


A 


w 


82-63 


3-1-00 


H 


w 


85-70 


3-10-00 


N2 


w 


82-61 


1-14-01 


A 


w 


76-55 


2-14-01 


H 


L 


71-74 


1-2W)2 


H 


W 


84-63 


2-27-02 


A 


w 


96-63 


3-8-02 


N2 


w 


85-59 


1-11-03 


H 


w 


89-62 


2-12-03 


A 


w 


74-72 


12-28-03 


A 


L 


75-79 


2-8-04 


H 


w 


73-62 


12-19-04 


H 


w 


90-88 1™ 


2-22-06 


A 


L 


60-71 


1-30-07 


A 


L 


79-96 


2-21-07 


H 


W 


73-55 


2-16-08 


H 


W 


82-72 


1-ACC Tournament al Greensboro. N.C 
(Greenstwro Coliseum); 2-ACC Toumament al 
Ctiailotte. N.C. (Cnailotte Coliseum) 



ACC SERIES 
PROFILE 

JTerpsat Home '^'i-^_ 



Terps at Cole Field House: 8-3 



Terps at Comcast Ce nter: 5-0 
Terps on the Roa d: 9-5 



JTerps at Neutral Sites: 4-0 
Terps since 1953-5 4: 25-8 

Last 10 Games 7-3 

Current Streak. UMwon2 



LonjesI UM Win Streak: 10 
Tongest FSU Win Streak: 2 



Largest Win Margin: 33 (96-63 on Feb. 

27, 2002) 

Largest Loss Margin: 22 (100-78 on 

Feb 10 ,1996) 



Most UM Points Scored: 107 



Most FSU Points Scored: 105 



Fordham 

Maryland leads, 7-1 



12-6-56 


H 


L 


62-68 


12-7-57 


A 


W 


61-58 


12-29-59 


N1 


W 


76-54 


12-20-69 


H2 


w 


94-71 


2-8-73 


A 


w 


83-72 


1-17-74 


H 


w 


112-73 


2-6-75 


A 


w 


6546 


12-20-75 


H 


w 


81-56 


12-6-06 


H 


w 


79-59 


1-Blue Grass FesM at Louis\rille. Ky (Kentucky 
Stale Faiigiounds Pavilion); 2-Maiyland Invitational 
at Colleoe Part. Md (Cole Field House) 


Fort Belvoir 

Maryland trails. 0-1 


1-2644 


H 


L 


29-60 



Gallaudet 

Maryland leads, 7-6 






1-11-11 A 


L 


30-58 


1910-11 H 


L 


27-54 


1-21-14 A 


L 


15-79 


2-14-14 H 


L 




1-18-19 N1 


W 


27-26 


2-15-19 N1 


L 


9-33 


1923-24 H 


W 


42-28 


1924-25 H 


W 


25-14 


1925-26 H 


w 


40-13 


1926-27 H 


w 


39-26 


1-18-28 H 


w 


45-20 


1-7-31 H 


w 


38-29 


12-21-44 H 


L 


26-27 


1-atWashinqtonYMCA 



George Mason 



Maryland leads. 6-0 






12-5-81 


H 


W 


74-62 


11-26-85 


A 


W 


81-80 


12-22-89 


N1 


w 


104-86 


12-27-99 


H 


w 


69-66 


3-15-01 


N2 


w 


83-80 


11-25-03 


H 


w 


79-64 


124-04 


N3 


w 


78-54 


1-C)iaminade Chnslmas Classic al Honolulu, 
Hawaii (Blaisdell Cenlei); 2-NCAA Toumament 
at Boise, Idaho (BSU Pavilion); 3-BBST Classic 
atWashinqlon, D.C (MCI Center) 


Georgetown 

Maryland leads, 36-25 


1910-11 


A 


L 


25-31 


1-28-14 


A 


L 




3-11-35 


H 


L 


24-25 


2-21-36 


A 


W 


47-39 


2-20-37 


H 


L 


27-39 


1-12-38 


A 


L 


39-57 


2-8-39 


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 


52-56 


1-7-50 


A 


W 


71-65 


1-13-51 


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 


56-58 i°i 


2-18-54 


H 


W 


53-50 


124-54 


H 


w 


6043 


2-25-55 


A 


w 


5749™ 


1-21-56 


A 


w 


62-57™ 


2-2&56 


H 


w 


72-61 


1-16-57 


H 


w 


82-69 


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 


1-13-60 


A 


L 


51-66 


12-14-60 


A 


w 


78-67 


1-11-61 


H 


w 


5547 


12-6-61 


H 


L 


78-79™ 


1-10-62 


A 


W 


83-70 


124-62 


A 


L 


70-79 


24-63 


H 


W 


73-72 


124-63 


A 


L 


72-83 


2-25-64 


H 


L 


78-81 


2-13-65 


A 


W 


85-67 


12-15-65 


H 


W 


77-59 


2-11-67 


A 


L 


49-80 


3-2-68 


H 


W 


68-60 


3-1-69 


A 


W 


83-78 


2-7-70 


H 


W 


81-71 


12-19-70 


A 


L 


79-92 


12-13-71 


H 


w 


7946 


12-12-72 


A 


w 


99-73 


12-11-73 


H 


w 


115-83 


12-10-74 


N1 


w 


104-71 


2-18-76 


A 


\N 


72-63 


11-28-77 


N2 


W 


91-87 


11-28-78 


N1 


L 


65-68 


124-79 


N3 


L 


71-83 


3-14-80 


N4 


L 


68-74 



11-26-93 



3-22-01 



N5 



W 



76-66 



1-at Landover, Md. (Capital Centre); 2-Tip Off 
Toumament al Landover. M(t. (Capital Centre), 
3-al Wastiington, D C. (Municipal Armory); 
4-NCAA Toumament al Ptiiladelphia, Pa. (Tfie 
Spectrum). 5-NCAAToumamentatAnafieim,Catif 
(Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim) 



George 
Washington 



Maryland 


eads, 35-29 




2-11-14 


H 






2-1-19 


N1 




11-25 


3^-19 


N1 




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 




28-61 


1-2442 


H 




2947 


1-2343 


A 




4348 


2-246 


H 


W 


48-35 


1-1047 


H 


W 


4443 


2-1047 


H 




48-63 


2-1148 


A 




49-65 


3-148 


H 




35-59 


1-2649 


H 




54-66 


2-2649 


A 




42-61 


1-14-50 


H 




51-72 


2-23-51 


A 




47-67 


2-29-52 


H 




56-57 


2-3-53 


A 




62-63(2 OT) 


2-24-53 


H 


W 


66-53 


1-15-54 


H 


W 


68-61 


2-23-54 


A 




57-70 


1-18-55 


A 




53-75 


2-8-55 


H 




67-73 



1-5-56 


H 


W 


6248 


2-11-56 


A 


W 


6746 


1-12-57 


A 


W 


6848 


2-2-57 


H 


W 


84-67 


124-57 


H 


W 


64-55 


2-10-59 


H 


L 


65-66™ 


12-3-59 


A 


W 


64-57 


2-20-60 


H 


W 


. 86-84 «"i 


12-6-60 


H 


W 


80-68 


2-18-61 


A 


L 


44-63 


1-3-62 


A 


W 


67-56 


1-16-62 


H 


W 


81-67 


1-7-63 


H 


W 


74-72 


2-1-63 


A 


W 


68-67 


2-1-64 


A 


W 


80-76 


12-3-64 


H 


W 


82-80 


1-27-66 


A 


W 


107-81 


2-9-67 


H 


w 


78-52 


124-67 


A 


w 


84-53 


12-17-68 


H 


w 


99-96 


12-3-69 


A 


w 


92-71 


1-23-71 


H 


w 


69-67 


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 


81-67 



1-7-76 


A 


W 


82-72 


1-29-77 


H 




76-86 


12-10-77 


A 




90-101 


1-3-79 


H 


W 


84-72 


12-3-95 


N3 


W 


98-81 


12-9-96 


N3 


W 


74-68 


12-8-97 


N4 




66-70 


12-5-99 


N5 




69-74 


12-3-00 


N5 


W 


71-63 


12-8-02 


N5 


W 


93-82 


12-5-04 


N5 




92-101 


12-5-05 


N5 




70-78 



1-al Wastiington YMCA; 2-at Landover. Md 
(Capital Centre); 3-Franklin National Sank Classic 
al Landover, Md. (USAir Arena), 4-Franklm 
National Bank Classic at Washington, D.C 
(MCI Center); 5-BB&T Classic a! Washington, 
D.C. (MCI Center) 



Georgia 

Maryland trails, 2-5 


2-29-24 N1 


L 


25-29 


1926-27 H 


W 


34-33 


2-25-27 N1 


L 


22-27 


3-2-31 N1 


W 


26-25 


24-33 H 


L 


3640 


3-15-82 N2 


L 


69-83 


12-30-96 N3 


L 


65-731™ 


1-So. ConI Toumament at Atlanta. Ga ; 2.National 
Invilation Toumament at New YoA. N Y. (Madison 
Square Garden); 3-Rainbow Classic at Honolulu. 
Hawaii (Blaisdell Center) 



200B-03 MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 



ACC SERIES 
PROnLE 



Georgia State 

Marvland leads. 2-0 




11-2M8 


Nt 


W 


69-62 


3-17-01 


N2 


W 


79-60 


1-Ffeedom Bowl Classic at Irvine, Calif. (Bren 
Events Center), 2-NCAA Tournament at Boise, 
ldalio(BSUPaviionl 


Georgia Tecii 

MarYland leads, 34-33 


12-29-72 


HI 


W 


90-55 


12-27-74 


H1 


W 


105^7 


12-10-75 


H 


W 


93*5 


12-29-77 


HI 


W 


65-63 


12-19-79 


H 


W 


70-60 


1-3-80 


A 


W 


83-74 


2-28-80 


N2 


W 


51-49™ 


12-23-80 


A 


W 


66-55 



1-31-81 


H 


W 


72-64 


12-23-81 


H 




4345 


1-30-82 


A 




63-64 


2-5-83 


H 


W 


77-68 


2-23-83 


A 




60-70 


3-11-83 


N3 




5844 m 


2-4-84 


A 




70.71001 


2-23-84 


H 


w 


79-74 


12-28-84 


N4 




69-70 


2-2-85 


H 




60-72 


2-19-85 


A 




4348 


1-11-86 


A 




67-68 


2-22-86 


H 




70-77 


3-8-86 


N2 




62-64 


2-1-87 


A 




72-76 


2-10-87 


H 




74-78 


2-8-88 


H 




83-96 


2-17-88 


A 




82-104 


3-11-88 


N2 


w 


84-67 


24-89 


A 




74-87 


2-14-89 


H 




66-67 


2-3-90 


H 




84-90 


2-13-90 


A 




78*0 


2-1-91 


A 




65-80 


2-13-91 


H 


w 


96-93 


1-5-92 


A 




67-92 


2-9-92 


H 




65-67 


1-5-93 


H 




75-85 


2-6-93 


A 




79-93 


14-94 


A 


w 


91-88 


2-5-94 


H 




71-83 


14-95 


H 


w 


80-67 


24-95 


A 




91-100 


1-3-96 


A 




84-98 



2-3-96 


H 


W 


88-74 


3-9-96 


N2 


L 


79-84 


12-12-96 


H 


W 


77-63 


2-19-97 


A 


W 


76-68 


1-21-98 


A 


W 


70-67 


2-21-98 


H 


W 


81-69 


3-6-98 


N2 


W 


83-65 


1-19-99 


A 


W 


77-62 


2-21-99 


H 


W 


91-60 


1-154)0 


A 


L 


68-69 


2-16-00 


H 


W 


92-70 


1-6-01 


H 


W 


93-80 


2-6-01 


A 


L 


62-72 


1-13-02 


A 


W 


92-87 


2-13-02 


H 


W 


85-65 


12-29-02 


H 


W 


84-77 


2-9-03 


A 


L 


84-90 


1-17-04 


A 


L 


71-81 


2-19-04 


H 


L 


64-75 


1-30-05 


H 


W 


79-71 


1-25-06 


A 


W 


86-74 


2-18-06 


H 


w 


87-84 "1 


3-9-06 


N2 


w 


82-64 


1-24-07 


H 


w 


80-65 


2-2-08 


A 


w 


88-86 



VMaryland Invitalional at College Park, fM. (Cole 
Field House), 2-ACC ToumamenI at Greensboro, 
N C (Greensboro Coliseum); 3-ACC ToumamenI 
at Atlanta, Ga (Omni], J-Rainbow Classic at 
Honolulu. Hawaii (Blaisdell Center) 



Terps at Home: 21-11 



Terps at Cole Field Ho use: 17-10 
Terp s at Comcast Cent er: 4-1 
Terps on the Road: 9-16 



Terps at Neutral Sites: 44 

Terps since 1953-54: 34-33 

Last 10 Games: 7-3 

Current SUeak: UM won 6 

Longest UM Win Streak: 9 

LongestGTWin Streak: 10 
Largest Win Margin: 38 (105-67 on 

Dec. 27, 1974) 
Largest Loss Margin: 25 (92-67 on 

Jan. 5, 1992) 

Most UM Points Scored: 105 
Most GT Points Scored: 104 



Gonzaga 

Maryland trails, 1-2 



3-16-95 



12-6-04 



N2 



11-21-05 N3 



76-88 



1-NCAA ToumamenI al Sail Lake City, Ulati (Jon 
Huntsman Center); 2-BBST Classic at Washington, 
D.C. (MCI Cenlef): 3-EASports/Maui Invitational al 
Lahaina. Hawaii (Latiaina Civic Center) 



Hampden-Sydney 

The series is tied, 2-2 



Hampton 

Maryland leads, 3-0 



102-75 



1-2K Sports College Hoops Classic at College 
Park, Md. (Comcast Center); 2-CBE Classic at 
College Park, Md. (Comcast Center) 



Hawaii 

Maryland leads, 2-0 



1-Rainbow Classic at Honolulu, Hawaii (Blaisdell 
Center) 

Hawaii-Pacific 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-29-85 Al W 92-65 
1 -Hawaii-Pacific Tournament at Wailuku, Hawaii 
(War Memorial Coliseum) 



iligil point 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



11-24-06 



Hofstra 

Maryland leads, 4-0 



t-Hall of Fame Classic al Springfield, Mass. 
(Springfield Civic Center) 

Holy Cross 

Maryland leads, 5-0 



1-21-8 



W 



99-75 



W 



7348 



1-Maryland Invitational al College Park, Md. 
(Cole Field House]; 2-at Worcester, Mass. 
(Worcester Centnim) 

Houston 

The series is tied, 1-1 

12-29-65 N1 W 69-68 

3-22-83 N2 L 50-60 

l-Sugar Bowl Tournament al New Ofieans, la. 
(Loyola Field House); 2-NCAA Tournament at 
Houston, Texas (The Summit) 

Howard 

Maryland leads, 3 -Q 



11-26-96 H W 



93-55 



Illinois 

Maryland leads, 4-2 



3-22-84 


Ml 


L 


70-72 


3-14-98 


N2 


W 


67-61 


12-4-99 


N3 


W 


69-67 


11-21-00 


N4 


L 


80-90 


11-27-01 


H5 


W 


76-63 


11-28-06 


A6 


W 


72-66 


11-28-07 


H7 


W 


69-61 



1-NCAA ToumamenI at Lexmgton, Ky. (Rupp 
Arena); 2-NCAA Tournament at Sacramento, 
Calif. (AfK) Arena); 3-BB&TCIassic at Washington. 
D.C. (MCI Cenier); 4-Maui Invitatonal at Latiaina, 
Hawaii (Lahaina Ciwc Center); S-ACC'Big Ten 
Challenge at College Park, Md. [Cole Field 
House); 6-ACC'6ig Ten Challenge al Champaign, 
III. (Assembly Hall), 7-ACC(Big Ten Challenge at 
College Park, Md. (Comcast Cenier) 



Indiana 

Maryland trails, 1-5 


12-30-33 


H 


L 


17-30 


12-20-34 


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 


12-3-02 


N4 


L 


74-80™ 



2 Grass Festival at Louisville, Ky. (Kentucky 
State Fairgrounds Pavilion); 2-NCAA ToumamenI 
al Dayton, Ohio (Dayton Arena); 3-NCAA Final 
Four al Atlanta, Ga. (Georgia Dome); 4-ACC/ 
Big Ten Challenge al Indianapolis, Ind, (Conseco 
Fieldhouse) 



lona 

Maryland leads, 2-0 


3-16-00 


N1 W 


74-59 


M-06 


H W 


88-57 


1-NCAA Tournament al Minneapo 
(HHH Metrodome) 


s, Minn 


Iowa 

Maryland leads, 2-0 


12-25-84 


N1 W 78-68™ 


11-30-99 


N2 W 


83-65 


1-Raint)ow Classic at Honolulu. Hawaii (Blaisdell 
Center): 2-ACC/Bi9 Ten Challenge at Baltimore, 
Md.(BalOmore Arena} 


laclcson state 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


11-19-04 


H W 


93-57 


lacksoniriiie 

Maryland leads, 2-1 


3-23-72 


N1 W 


91-77 


12-9-89 


H W 


68-53 


12-8-90 


A L 


70-71 


1-Nabonal Invitation ToumamenI alNe«Yorl(,N.Y. 
(MadBon Square Garden) 


lames Madison 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


1-28-87 


A W 


90-76 


Johns Hopkins 

Maryland leads, 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 


3-6-35 


H W 


52-25 


2-19-36 


H W 


4540 


1-6-37 


H W 


54-31 


2-21-38 


H W 


56-30 


2-3-40 


H W 


49-36 


12-17-40 


A L 


24-38 


12-18-16 


H W 


41-36 


12-2047 


A W 


64-53 


11-26-83 


H W 


108-65 




Kansas 

Maryland trails, 2-3 



61-63" 



12-7-97 



N2 



W 



3-30-02 



N3 



W 



97-88 



1-Greal Alaska Shootout at Anctiorage. Alaska 
(Sullivan Arena): 2-Franklin National Bank Classic 
at Washington, DC. (MCI Cenier): 3-NCAA Final 
Four al Attanta, Ga. (Georgia Dome) 

Kansas State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



63-57 



Kentucky 

Maryland trails, 5-8 



3-3-31 


N1 


W 


29-27 


12-15-55 


H 


L 


61-62 


12-15-56 


A 


L 


55-76 


12-9-57 


H 


1« 


71-62 


12-15-58 


A 


L 


56-581™ 


3-20-88 


N2 


L 


81-90 


11-24-95 


N3 


L 


84-96 


12-12-98 


A 


L 


91-103 


11-24-99 


N4 


L 


58-61 



12-11-99 



H 



W 



72-6 



3-22-02 



N5 



W 



78-68 



1-So Conf. Tournament at Atlanta Ga,: 2-NCAA 
Tournament al Cincinnali, Ohio (Riverfront 
Coliseum): 3-Hall of Fame Tip-Off Classic 31 
Springfteld. Mass (Spnnghetd Civrc Center) 
4-Preseason NIT at New York, N Y (Madison 
Square Garden): 5-NCAA East Regional at 
Syracuse, NY (Camer Dome) 



Kentucky 
Wesleyan 



Maryland leads, 1-0 






1-2-54 Al 


W 


54-37 


1-Atl-American City Totirrament at Ovrensboro, 
Ky 


Kent 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


1-2-73 H 


W 


76-58 


Lafayette 

Marylanti leads, 4-0 


1924-25 H 


w 


30-15 


11-29-81 H 


w 


82-58 


12-22-90 H 


w 


6448 


12-23-96 H 


w 


108-67 


Lamar 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-29-88 N1 


w 


74-65 


1 -Sun Bovvf ToumamentalElPaso,Texas(Spedal 
Events Center) 


La Salle 

Maryland leads, 3-0 


12-30-83 HI 


w 


96-83 


12-12-92 A 


w 


93-76 


12-27-94 H 


w 


96-80 


1-Maryland Invilalional al College Parl(, Md. 
(Cole FKid House) 


Leiiigh 

Maryland leads, 2-1) 


12-8-70 H 


w 


85-66 


11-23-07 H 


w 


72-51 


liberty 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-28-W H 


w 


112-68 


Long Island 

Maryland leads, 7-0 


2-12-72 A 


\N 


78« 


1-23-73 H 


w 


100-73 


12-7-74 H 


w 


9»«t 


1-3-76 H 


w 


111-ae 


12-2-76 H 


w 


4945 


12-17-77 H 


w 


94-64 


12-2-81 H 


w 


87-79 




Louisiana State 

The series is tied, 2-2 



2-27-31 


N1 


W 37-33 


12-21-63 


N2 


W 75-65 


12-12-87 


A 


L 54-55 


1-2-89 


H 


L 77-79 


1-So Conf Tournament at Atlanta, Ga.: 2-VPI 
ToumamenI al Biacksburg, Va. (Virginia Tedi 
Coliseum] 



Louisville 

Maryland trails. 2-5 



12-30-61 


m 


64-83 


3-22-75 


N2 


82-96 


1-13-79 


H 


84-99 


12-13-80 


A 


67-78 


12-10-91 


A 


79-96 



12-28-92 



W 



72-67 



11-20-00 N3 



W 



95-73 



1-Sugar Bowl Tournament at New Orleans. 
La, (Loyola Field House): 2-NCAA Toumamen 
al Las duces. N.M. (Pan Amencan CenteO: 
3-Maui Invitalional al Lahaina. Hawaii (Lahaina 
Civie Center) 



Loyola (Md.) 

Maryland leads, 8-5 


1-24-14 


A 






1-17-31 


H 




30-33 


1-11-32 


H 




27-28 


12-1247 


H 




52-63 


12-1148 


A 




75-77 


12-30-58 


N1 


W 


54-50 


1-27-71 


A 


W 


88-69 


12-20-71 


A 


W 


73-60 


12-22-84 


A 


W 


81-74 


11-27-87 


N2 


w 


74-60 



2-19-94 


H 


W 


94-71 


11-29-94 


H 


W 


92-62 


2-2-03 


H 


W 


85-58 



1-Sugar Bowl Tournament al New Orleans, La, 
(Loyola Field House}: 2-MCI Hartwr Classic al 
Baltimore, IM. (Baltimore Arena) 

Maine 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



Manhattan 

The series is tied, 1-1 



3-15-58 Ml W 



59-55 



3-18-06 



H2 



4-87 



1-NCAA ToumamenI al Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte 
Cofseum): 2-NtT Rrst Round alCotlege Pari(, Md. 
(Comcast Center) 

Marine Corps 
Institute 

The series is tied, 1-1 



1-1845 


H 


L 


34-50 


12-1845 


H 


W 


6146 


Marshall 

The series is tied, 2-2 


12-1743 


H 


L 


3946 


12-2045 


H 


L 


43-50 


12-20-68 


Al 


W 


89-80 


12-29-80 


H2 


w 


114-89 


1-Marshall Invitational al Hunlinglon. W. Va. 
(Memorial Fiekl House): 2-Maiyland Invrtatronal 
al Colteqe Paili. Md. (Cote FbM House) 



Md.-Baltimore 
County (UMBO 



Maryland leads, 13-0 






2-18-87 


H 


V» 


78-64 


2-1-fl9 


H 


w 


78-66 


2-22-90 


H 


w 


113-61 


1-7-91 


H 


w 


92-66 


12-1-92 


H 


w 


103-80 


12-2-93 


H 


w 


89*) 


12-5-94 


H 


w 


102-77 


124-96 


H 


w 


67-31 


12-13-97 


H 


w 


104-66 


11-17-98 


H 


w 


9052 


12-30-99 


H 


w 


82-52 


12-13^ 


H 


w 


93-67 


12-2WI2 


H 


w 


101-60 



Md.-Eastern Shore 
(UMES) 

Maryland leads. 15-0 



11-30-79 


H 


W 


82-58 


1-20-81 


H 


W 


81-65 


12-7-81 


H 


w 


76-64 


12-1-82 


H 


w 


91-70 


12-14-83 


H 


w 


104-69 


12-13-84 


H 


w 


8748 


2-17-86 


H 


w 


9144 


2-27-87 


H 


w 


117-51 


2-25-88 


H 


w 


101-51 


12-1-88 


H 


w 


97-53 


11-26-91 


H 


w 


115«) 


12-7-92 


H 


)Af 


94-83 


12-28-95 


H 


W 


104-66 


12-30^)0 


H 


w 


105-53 


1-6^4 


H 


w 


87-38 


UMass 

Maryland trails, 24 


3-15-90 


HI 


w 


91-81 


12-29-93 


N2 


L 


80-94 


3-19-94 


N3 


W 


95-87 


12-10-94 


N4 


L 


74-85 


12-2-95 


N5 


L 


47-50 


2-15-97 


N6 


L 


61-78 




1-Naliona! Invitation ToumamenI al College Park, 
m. (Cole Field House): 2-Hall ol Fame Classic 
al Springfield, Mass, (Spnngfield Civic Center): 
3-NCAA ToumamenI al Wictiita, Kan, (Kansas 
Coliseum), 4-at Baltimore, Md, (Baltimore Arena), 
5-Franl(lin National Bank Classic at Landover, IM 
(USAir Arena); 6-al Worcester Mass. {Won:esIer 
Centrum) 



Memphis 

Maryland trails, 0-2 



12-30-57 


N1 


L 


4647 "1 


12-17-66 


A2 


L 


53-55 


11-26-04 


N3 


W 


84-61 



1-Sugar Bowl Toumament al New Orleans. La. 
(Loyola Field House): 2-Memptiis Invitational al 
Memptiis, Tenn, (Mid-Soutti Coliseum); 3-Hall 
of Fame Tlpoff Classic at Springfield, Mass. 
(SpriT)gfield Civic Cenier) 



Mercer 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


11-2^04 


H 


W 


93-67 


Miami 

Maryland trails, 5-9 


1-2849 


A 


\« 


4342 


1-2949 


A 


L 


49-58 


2-1-54 


A 


W 


63-57 


1-22-62 


A 


W 


71-68 


12-29-64 


Al 




73-80 


1-3t68 


A 




73-93 


12-21-68 


N2 




85-92 


12-2906 


A 


\« 


111-77 


2-505 


A 




73-75 ''"i 


1-7-06 


A 




70* 


3-1-06 


H 


w 


65^1 


1-10O7 


H 




58-63 


3-807 


N3 




62-67 


2-2M8 


A 




63-78 



1-Hurricane Classic at Miami, Fla. (Miami Bea^ 
Convention Center); 2-Marstiall Invilalional at 
Huntington, W, Va, (Memonal Field House): 
3-ACC ToumamenI al Tampa, Fla (SI Pele 
Times Forum) 

ACC SERIES 
PROnLE 

Terps 3l Home: 11 

Terps at Comcasl Cent er 1-1 

Jerps on Itie Road: -1-6 

Jerps at Neutral Siles: 0^2 

Terps since 1953-54: J-7 

last 10 Games: 3 7 

Curront Streak: f.',i.imi wonS 

Longest UM Win Streak: 1 _ 



Longest UMia Win St reaK:5 



Largest Win Margin: 34 (1 n-77 on Doc 

_29J?70)_ 

Largest Loss Margin: 25 [92-€7 on 

Jan 6 1?9:* 

Most UM P oints Scor e d: in 

Most IJMia Points Scortd: 93 



T 




Miami-OH 



■',.12-28-79 HI 


W 115-76 


3-15-85 N2 


W 69-68 »l 


11-24-02 H 


W 64-49 


1-Maryland taxational al Collese Park, Md, (Cde 
Few House): 2-NCMToomamental Oaylon, Ohio 
(Dayton Arena) 


Michigan 

Marvland trails. 2-3 


14-27 A 


L 25-39 


12-18-33 H 


)AI 29-25 


12-17-37 H 


L 2643 


3-25-94 N1 


L 71-78 


12-2-O0 N2 


W 82-51 


1-NCAA Tournament 31 Dallas. Texas (Reunkin 
Arena). 2-BB&T Classic at Washington, D.C. 
(MClCentei) 


Michigan 

Maivlanci trails, 1-2 


State 


12-29-55 H1 


L 75-95 


3-284)3 N2 


L 58-50 


11-17-06 N3 


W 62-60 



I-Mid-Wjnler Festival al College Park, Md- 
(Cole Field House); 2-NCAA Tournament al 
San Antonio. Texas {Alamodome); 3-2K Sporls 
College Hoops Classic al New York. N.Y. (Madison 

Square Ganjen) 



Minnesota 

Maryland leads, 4-0 


12-10-60 A 


W 


64-53 


12-15*1 H 


W 


7M9 


11-304)5 H 


W 


8W6 


3-184)8 A1 


W 


68-58 


l-NITalMinneapo^.Minn 


(Williams Arena) 


Mississipp 

Maryland trails, 1-2 


i 




2-26-26 N1 


L 


19-22 


3-1-29 N1 


L 


35-37 


11-28-87 N2 


W 


77-69 


1-So. Cont, Tournament at Allanta. Ga,; 2-MCI 
Harbor Classic at Baltimore, Md, (Baltimore 
Arena) 


Mississippi State 

Maryland trails, 0-2 


12-29-58 Nl 


L 


45-56 


12-2M1 N1 


L 


62-64 


1-Sugar Bowl Tournament at New Odeans, l.a 
(Loyola Field House) 


Missouri 

Maryland trails, 14 


1-6-88 A 


L 


85-93 


1-24-89 H 


L 


73-87 


2-18-96 H 


W 


91-72 


12-30-97 A 


L 


79^3 


11-204)7 Nl 


L 


7^84 


1-CBE Classic al Kansas Cily, 
Center) 


Mo, (Sprint 



Missouri- 
Kansas city 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



101-50 



Monmouth 

Maryland leads, 2-0 



Montana State 

Maryland leads, 1-Q 

12-30-56 Nl W 89-72 

1-All-Amencan City Tournament at Owenstmro, 



Morgan State 

Maryland leads, 5-0 



12-7-88 



73-61 



12-26-92 



103-63 



124-93 



85-62 



138-72 



Mount St. Joseph's 



Maryland trails. 1-2 






1910-11 


H 


W 


22-20 


1-10-14 


H 


L 




1-17-14 


A 


L 




Mount St. 

Maryland leads, 6-0 


Mary's 


12-8-87 


A 


w 


82-54 


11-23-91 


H 


w 


83-53 


11-22-97 


H 


w 


102-74 


1-34)4 


H 


w 


89-56 


144)5 


H 


w 


85-53 


12-28-06 


H 


w 


91-50 


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 


47-61 


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 


1-14-48 


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 


4845 


2-21-53 


A 


L 


47-51 


2-13-54 


A 


W 


61*01™ 


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 


88-58 


2-1-58 


A 


w 


64-51 


12-17-58 


H 


L 


50-53 


1-2^60 


A 


W 


51-50 


1-18-61 


H 


W 


6J*2 


2-M2 


A 


L 


5M7 


1-12-63 


H 


W 


67*1 


1-11-64 


A 


L 


55*8 


1-13*5 


H 


W 


77-58 


2-2(M5 


A 


w 


70-57 


2-M6 


H 


w 


74*9 


2-16*7 


A 


L 


65*6 


1-17-68 


H 


W 


76-72 


2-12-69 


A 


L 


68-72 


1-14-70 


H 


W 


73-57 


1-22-72 


A 


W 


85*0 


1-20-73 


A 


W 


7M7 


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 


8M4 


1-31*3 


H 


w 


98-73 


3-17-85 


N2 


w 


64-59 


1-al Lando«cr, Md (Capital Centre); 2-NCAA 
Tournament al Daylon, Olik) (Dayton Arena) 


New MexiGO State 

Maryland trails 0-1 


12-31-56 


Nl 


L 


4345 


1-AIkAmerican City Toumament at 
Ky. 


OwenslMfO. 



New Yorii 
University 

Maryland trails, 0-2 



Niagara 

Maryland leads. 1-0 



14Jal)onal Invitation Toumament at NewYorif, N.Y. 
(Madison Square Garden) 



NichoUs state 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



11-27-05 


H 


W 


88-56 


Norfoiit Slate 

Maryland leads, 2-0 


12-23410 


H 


W 


123-79 


1-34)2 


H 


W 


92*9 


North Carolina 

Maryland trails, 55-113 


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 


2-8-27 


H 


L 


23-32 


2-19-27 


A 


W 


23-19 


2*-29 


H 


L 


22-28 


2*-30 


H 


W 


36-33 


2-19-30 


A 


W 


29-22 


2-10-31 


H 


W 


33-31 


2-28-31 


N1 


W 


19-17 


2*-32 


H 


W 


2M5 


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*7 


1-348 


A 


L 


46-70 


2-1348 


H 


L 


47*1 


1-349 


A 


L 


47-55 


2-1149 


H 


L 


52-66 


3-349 


N3 


L 


61-79 


1-2-50 


A 


L 


63-65 


2-3-50 


H 


L 


56*9 


1-2*1 


A 


W 


67-59 


1-20-51 


H 


W 


56-55 


1-3-52 


A 


L 


47-51 


1-18-52 


H 


W 


71-51 


1-3-53 


A 


I 


49-59 


1-17-53 


H 


W 


68*6 


12-18-54 


A 


W 


70*0 


2-12-55 


H 


W 


6J*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 


12-29-60 


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 


1-13-64 


A 


L 


88-97 


2-18*4 


H 


W 


74*4 


14-65 


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 


2-18-70 


A 


L 


83-90 


1-30-71 


A 


L 


79-105 


2-17-71 


H 


L 


76-100 



1-29-72 


A 




72-92 


2-16-72 


H 


W 


79.771011 


3-11-72 


N6 




64-73 


1-27-73 


H 


W 


94*8 


2-14-73 


A 




85-95 


1-26-74 


A 




73*2 


2-13-74 


H 


w 


91*0 


3*-74 


N6 


w 


105*5 


1-25-75 


H 




68*9 


2-15-75 


A 


w 


96-74 


1-25-76 


A 




93-95™ 


2-11-76 


H 




69*1 


1-22-77 


H 




68-71 


2-9-77 


A 




70-97 


1-21-78 


A 




71*5 


2-8-78 


H 




64*6 


1-20-79 


H 




53-54 


2-7-79 


A 




67-76 


3-2-79 


N6 




79-102 


1-20*0 


A 


w 


92-86 


2-7*0 


H 


w 


70*9 


1-7*1 


A 




66-75 


2-15*1 


H 




63-76 


3-7*1 


N7 




60*1 


1-5*2 


H 




50*6 


2-11*2 


A 




56-59 


1-12*3 


A 




71-72 


2-16*3 


H 


w 


106-94 


1-12*4 


H 




62-74 


2-19*4 


A 




63-78 


1-9*5 


A 




74-75 


2-13*5 


H 




54*0 


1-14*6 


H 




67-71 


2-20*6 


A 


w 


77.72 ion 


2-7*6 


N6 


w 


85-75 


1**7 


A 




65-98 


2-14*7 


M 




86-93 


3*87 


N7 




63*2 


1-14*8 


H 




65-71 


2-20*8 


A 




73-74 


3-12*8 


N6 




64-74 


1-11*9 


A 




72*8 


2-19*9 


H 




75*6 


3-11*9 


N8 




58*8 


1-10-90 


H 


w 


98*8 


2-17-90 


A 


w 


80-76 


1-9-91 


A 




73-105 


2-16-91 


H 




75*7 


1-13-92 


A 




76-96 


3-1-92 


H 


w 


82*0 


1-9-93 


A 




73-101 


2-9-93 


H 




63-77 


3-12-93 


N9 




66-102 


1-8-94 


H 




70-75 


2-10-94 


A 




89-95 


1-7-95 


A 




90-100 


2-7-95 


H 


w 


86-73 


3-11-95 


N6 




92-97 OT 


1*-96 


H 




86*3™ 


2-8-96 


A 


w 


84-78 


1*97 


A 


w 


85-75 


2-22-97 


H 




81-93 


1-14-98 


H 


w 


89*3'™ 


2-14-98 


, A 




67*5 


3-7-98 


N6 




73*3'™ 


1-13-99 


A 


w 


89-76 


2-13-99 


H 


w 


81*4 


3*99 


N6 




79*6 


1-274)0 


A 




63-75 


2-264)0 


H 


w 


81-73 


1-104)1 


H 




83*6 


2-10*1 


A 




82-96 



2-25*7 



H 



W 



2Q02 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
200 4 ACC CHAMPI Q N S 



ACC SERIES 
PROnLE 

Terps at Home: 3M5 



1-9*2 


H 


W 


112-79 


2-10*2 


A 


W 


92-77 


1-22*3 


A 


W 


81*6 


2-224)3 


H 


W 


96-56 


3-14*3 


N6 


L 


72*4 


1-144)4 


H 


W 


90*4 



2-1504 


A 


86-97 


1**5 


A 


75-109 


2-27*5 


H 


83*5 


2-2*6 


H 


62-77 


2-26*6 


A 


57*1 



89^7 



i-iao8 



w 



82-80 



1-So. Cofif. Toumametil al Atlanla, Ga.; 2-So. 
Conf. Tournament al Raleigh, N.C. (Re/nolds 
CoTiseum); 3-So. Conf. ToumaFnent al Durtiam, 
N.C. (Duke Irrfoor Stadium); 4-ACCToumamenl a! 
Rategti. N.C, (Reyrolds CoBseum); JOboe Classic 
al Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum); 6-ACC 
Toumamenl al Greenstwro. N C. (Greensboro 
Coliseum}; T-ACC Toumamenl al Landover. Md, 
(Capital Centre); 8-ACC Toumamenl at Atlanla. 
Ga-(Omni):9-ACCToumamenlalCtiartotte.N,C, 
(CtiarioBe Coliseum) 



Terps at Cole Field House: 1 8-29 
Terps at Comcast Center. 4-2 

Terps on the Road: 16-53 

Terps at Neutral Sites: 4-15 
Terps since 1953-54: 37-85 

Last 10 Games: 4-6 

Current Streak: MD won 2 

Longest UM Win St reak: 5 
Longe'stUNC Win Streak: 11 



Largest Win Margin; 40 (9&-56 on Feb. 

22, 2Q03) ___^ 

Largest Loss Margin: 36 (102-66 on 

Martti 13. 1993; 64-28 on Jan. 7, 1946) 
Most UM Points Scored: 112 
Most UNC Points Scored; 109 



NC State 

Maryland trails. 70-72 



2-27-25 


Nl 


L 


18-30 


1926-27 


A 


L 


23-38 


2-10-28 


H 


W 


36-24 


2-1-30 


H 


L 


2fr-28 


2-18-30 


A 


W 


21-19 


1-28-37 


A 


L 


33-35 


2-24-37 


H 


W 


41-35 


34-37 


A2 


L 


3542 


24-39 


A 


L 


4046 


3-3-39 


A2 


W 


53-29 


1-2640 


A 


W 


43-36 


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*1 


A2 


L 


45-54 


1-13-55 


H 


W 


68*4 


2-19-55 


A 


L 


58-78 


1-12-56 


H 


L 


64-73 


2-18-56 


A 


W 


71*2 


1-19-57 


H 


W 


79*6 


2-16-57 


A 


W 


5549 


1-20-58 


H 


L 


48-57 


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 


58-74 


12-30*0 


A5 


L 


67-75 


1-21*1 


H 


W 


75-57 


2-13*1 


A 


L 


6M3 


12-12*1 


H 


L 


68-73'™ 


1-20*2 


A 


L 


61*8 


12-11*2 


H 


L 


74-761"' 


1-19*3 


A 


L 


59-79 


12-10*3 


H 


W 


72*2 


1-18*4 


A 


L 


65*6 


12**4 


H 


L 


62*3 


1-16*5 


A 


L 


67-73 


3-5*5 


A4 


L 


67-76 


12-7*5 


H 


W 


5948 


1-15*6 


A 


L 


58*01°" 


12-7*6 


A 


W 


54-38 


1-7*7 


H 


W 


60-55 


12**7 


H 


L 


62-75 


1**8 


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&*5 


1-14-73 


H 


L 


85*7 


1-31-73 


A 


L 


78*9 


3-10-73 


N8 


L 


74-76 


1-13-74 


A 


L 


74*0 


1-30-74 


H 


L 


80*6 


3-9-74 


N8 


L 


100-103 "" 



1-16-75 


H 


W 


103*5 


2-1-75 


A 


W 


98-97 


3*75 


N8 


L 


85*7 


1-14-76 


A 


W 


87*9 


1-28-76 


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 



1-25-78 


H 


L 


73*0 


3-1-78 


N8 


W 


109-108™ 


12-20-78 


H 


W 


124-110 


1-1W9 


A 


W 


82*1 "1 


1-10*0 


A 


L 


62*7 


1-23*0 


H 


W 


68*2 


12-20*0 


H 


W 


82-75 


2-25*1 


A 


w 


76-72 


12-12*1 


A 


L 


53-74 


2-24*2 


H 


L 


38-52 


3-5*2 


N8 


L 


2840 


1-29*3 


ri 


W 


86*1 


3-3*3 


A 


W 


67-58 


1-4*4 


A 


W 


59-55 


2-29*4 


H 


W 


63-50 


3-9*4 


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 


2-25*7 


H 


L 


72*5 


1-27*8 


H 


L 


81*3 


3-3*8 


A 


L 


68-74 


1-29*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 


2-28-90 


H 


W 


96-95 


1-26-91 


H 


W 


104-100 


2-27-91 


A 


L 


91-114 


1-11-92 


A 


L 


88-94 


2-13-92 


H 


W 


77-74 


1-23-93 


A 


W 


70*5 


2-24-93 


H 


w 


88-71 


3-11-93 


N6 


w 


76-55 


1-22-94 


H 


vv 


102-70 


2-23-94 


A 


L 


71-79 


1-22-95 


A 


w 


84*7 


2-22-95 


H 


w 


84-71 


1-20-96 


H 


w 


77-74 '™ 


2-22-96 


A 


w 


86*4 


1-12-97 


A 


w 


68-59 


2-5-97 


H 


w 


66-55 


3*97 


N8 


L 


58*5 


1-10-98 


A 


W 


6M5 


2-11-98 


H 


W 


78*3 


1-10-99 


H 


W 


9448 


2-10-99 


A 


W 


63-50 


1*00 


A 


L 


66*8 


2*00 


H 


W 


78-73 


3-11*0 


N6 


w 


64*1 


1-21*1 


A 


w 


75*1 


2-204)1 


H 


w 


95*6 


12-30*1 


A 


w 


72*5 


2-3*2 


H 


w 


89-73 


3-9*2 


N6 


L 


82*6 


1-30*3 


H 


w 


75*0 


3-2-*3 


A 


w 


68*5 


2-1*4 


H 


L 


69*1 


3-34)4 


A 


w 


3-3*4 


3-13*4 


N8 


w 


85*2 


1-234)5 


H 


L 


69*5 


2-16*5 


A 


L 


63*2 


2-5*6 


A 


L 


58*2 


2-144)7 


A 


w 


85-70 


3-3*7 


H 


w 


79-59 


2-9*8 


H 


w 


84-70 



1-So. Conf. Toumament at Alianta, Ga.; 2-So 
Conf, Toumament at Raleigh, N.C. (Reynolds 
Cofiseum}: 3-So. Conf. Toumamenl al Durtiam. 
N.C. (Duke Iftdoa Statfium); 4-ACC Toumamenl 
at Raleigh. N.C. (Reynolds CofeKim); S-Doae 
Clas9c al Raleigh. N.C. (Reynokis Coliseum); 
WCC Toumament al Charlotle. N.C. (ChafkWe 
Co&seum); 7-al Greensboro, N.C. (Greenstxxo 
CoTeeum); 3-ACC Toumamenl al Greensbora, 
N.C. (Greensboro Coftseum); 9-ACC Townamenl 
alAtlanta.Ga(Omni) 



ACC SERIES 
PROnLE 



Terps al Home: 36-21 



Terps at Cole Field House: 29-18 
at Comcast Center 3-1 




Terps o n the Road: 2 >34 



Terps a t Neutral Sites: 5-17 
Terps since 1953-54 iD-60 



Last 10 Games: 64 



Current Streak: MD won 3 
Longest UM Win Streak: 6 
LonaestHCSU Win Streak: 10 



Largest Win Margin:' 

10. 1999) 



Largest Loss Margin: 34 (91-57 on 

Jan, 2, 1970) 

Most UM Points Scored: 124 
Most NCSU Points Scored: 110 



200a-09 MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 



Northeastern 

Maryland leads, 2-0 

11-23-85 H W 84-7 

11-14-07 H W 74-72'° 



Northwestern 



Maryland trails, 0-1 



12-6-58 



North Flofida 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

11-11-07 Hi W 79-50 
1-CBE Classic at College Part, Md. (Comcast 
Cefiter] 

North Texas 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-23-98 H W 132-57 

Notre Dame 

Maryland trails, 8-10 



3-20-75 


N1 


W 


83-71 


1-31-76 


A 


W 


69-63 


11-27-76 


H 




79-80™ 


1-29-78 


A 




54-69 


1-27-79 


H 


W 


67-66 


1-26-80 


A 




63*1 


1-24-81 


H 




70-73 


1-23-82 


A 




51-55 


1-22-83 


H 


W 


68-67 


1-28* 


A 




47-52 


1-26-85 


H 


w 


77-65 


2-3-86 


A 




62-^9 


12-31-86 


H 




5M3 


2-2-88 


A 


w 


78-75 


11-26-99 


N2 


w 


72-67 


12-7-02 


N3 




67-79 


12-3-06 


N3 




74-81 



!-NCAA Toumamenl al Las Cnjces, N,M. (Pan 
Amencan Cenlerj, 2-Preseason NIT al New Yortc, 
N.Y (Madison Square Garden}; 3-BB&T Classic 
al Washington. D.C. (MCI Cenler) 



Old Dominion 

Maryland leads, 4-1 


2-2-83 H 


W 


87-67 


1-21-84 A 


W 


69-58 


2^-85 H 


W 


87-75 


1-24-87 A 


L 


73-87 


2SSB A 


W 


70-65 


Ohio State 

Maryland trails, 2-3 


12-29-34 H 


W 


5041 


3-12-79 HI 


L 


72-79 


12-1-63 N2 


L 


68-72 


12-11-84 H 


)A/ 


76-73 


11-30-85 A 


L 


66-78 


1-Nalional Invitation Tournament at College Paili. 
l*J, (Cole FieM House), 2-at East RuUiciloiil, N.J. 
(Bfendan Byrne Arena) 


Ohio U. 

Series Tied, 1-1 


12-19-81 H 


W 


90-64 


12-12-07 H 


L 


55-61 


Ohio Wesieyan 

Maryland trails, 0-1 


12-19-49 H 


L 


71-75 


Oklahoma 

The series Is tied, 2-2 


1-19-93 N1 


W 


89-78 


12-7-93 N2 


L 


85-88 


2-24-01 H 


W 


68-60 


12-21-01 A 


L 


56-72 


1-at Baltimore, Md (Baltimore Arena): 2-at 
Oklahoma City, Okla.(Ttie Myriad) 


Oiciahoma State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-16-66 N1 W 50-49 
t-Mempftis In^tational al MemiJhis. Tenn. (Mid- 
South Colraeum) 



Oral Roberts 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



3-16^)5 


HI 


W 


85-72 


t-NITf^irsI Round at Colte< 
Center) 


ePari(,Hd. (Comcast 


Penn State 

Maryland leads, 8-7 


12-1-60 


H 


W 


6447 


12-2-61 


A 


L 


65-71 


12-1-62 


H 


L 


61-62 


12-7-63 


A 


L 


62-91 


12-2-64 


H 


W 


72-71 


12-1-65 


A 


L 


61-65 


12-1-66 


H 


W 


76-53 


12.2-67 


A 


L 


71-76 


11-30-68 


H 


W 


66-56 


12-1-77 


N1 


W 


89-80 


12-7-78 


N1 


w 


69-61 


12-3-79 


N1 


w 


56-55 


11-27-82 


N2 


1- 


79.97 


12-6^3 


N1 


w 


67-58 


3-19-90 


A3 


L 


78-80 


t-at Hershey Pa (Hershey Partr Arena); 2-at 
Baltimore. Md (Baltimore Arena); 3-NaIional 
Invitation Tournament at State College, Pa. 
(Recreation Suildinq) 


Pennsylvania 

Maryland trails, 3-12 


2-9-27 


A 


W 


26-21 


2-8-28 


A 




26-30 


12-22-28 


A 




18-30 


14-39 


A 




24-36 


1-340 


A 




3441 


1-841 


A 




3243 


1-1343 


A 




49-51 


3-1247 


A 




54-80 


1-1249 


A 




67-81 


12-1449 


A 




52-54 


12-6-50 


A 




65-74 


12-8-51 


A 




52-53 


12-6-52 


A 




53-70 


1-21-97 


N1 


W 


103-73 


12-9^)0 


A 


W 


87-81 


1-at BaHimore, Md. (Battmore Arena) 


Pepperdine 

Maryland leads, 2-0 


3-14-86 


N1 


W 


69-64 


12-14-03 


H 


W 


96-72 


1-NCAA Toumament al Long Beach, Calif. (Long 
Beach Arena) 


Pittsburgh 

Maryland leads, 5-1 


2-15-77 


H 


w 


88.75 


2-16-78 


A 


L 


86-89™ 


1-12-80 


H 


w 


95-88 


1-27-81 


A 


w 


69-66™ 


12-27-96 


N1 


w 


66-63 


11-28-98 


N2 


w 


87-52 


t-Rainbow Classic at Honolulu. Hawaii (Slaisdeil 
Center); 2-Ptjer1o Rico Shootout at Bayamon, PR. 
(Euqenio Guen-a S[ioFts Complex) 


Princeton 

Maryland leads, 5-3 


1924-25 


A 


1 


24-38 


1925-26 


H 


w 


32-26 


12-11-68 


H 


L 


63-72 


12-10-69 


A 


L 


67-75 


12-30-75 


HI 


W 


66-59 


124-76 


H 


w 


5845 


12-19-98 


N2 


w 


81-58 


12-2-01 


N3 


w 


61-53 


1-Marytand invitational at College Padi, Md. (Cole 
Field House). 2-aI Baliimore, Md. (Baltimore 
Arena); 3-aB8T Classic at Washington, D.C. 
(MCI Cenler) 


Providence 

The series is tied, 1-1 


3-17-73 


N1 


L 


89-103 


124-91 


N2 


W 


76-66 


ColBeum); 2-ACC'Bq East Challenge at Hartford. 
Coon. (Hartlon) C«ic Center] 



Quantico Marines 

Maryland trails, 1-2 

12-1143 H L 33.59 

12-2145 H L 47-50 

1-347 A W 6248 

Randolph Macon 

Maryland leads, 4-1 

1-9-29 H L 20-33 



12-2M3 HI W 58-52 

1-7-86 H W 74-50 

1-Maryland Invitational al College Pari^. Md. 

(Cole Field House) 

Rhode Island 

Maryland leads, 2-1 



3-7-79 H2 W 67-65™ 
l-Ali-Amencan Crty Toumament at Owensboro. 
Ky; 2-Nationai invitation Toumament at College 
Pad<,Md. (Cole Field House) 



Richmond 

Maryland leads, 25-15 



2-9-24 


A 


W 


24-22 


1-12-26 


H 


W 


30-14 


2-9-34 


H 




3344 


2-9-35 


H 




26-56 


1-18-36 


H 


W 


28-24 


12-17-36 


A 




40-51 


12-16-37 


H 




26-31 


12-13-38 


A 




34-39 


3-2-39 


N1 


w 


47-32 


1-1340 


H 


w 


35-19 


12-1440 


H 




3648 


1-3141 


A 




17-38 


12-1341 


A 


w 


41-23 


12-1042 


H 


w 


32-28 


2-1244 


A 




34-65 


2-1646 


H 


w 


37-31 


1-847 


H 




3941 


2-1547 


A 




49-68 


2-1948 


H 


w 


60-53 


2-2648 


A 




62-64 


12-1348 


H 




45-54 



2.2449 


A W 


66-51 


1-12-50 


A L 


49-59 


2-21-50 


H W 


6748 


1-6-51 


A W 


4842 


2-21-51 


H W 


42-33 


2-14-52 


H W 


5545 


2-27-52 


A W 


54-50 


1-8-53 


A W 


63-60 ™ 


2-9-53 


H L 


4649 


14-54 


A W 


72-64 


1-11-54 


H L 


71-73 


1-2-71 


H W 


99-67 


2-22-72 


H W 


76-61 


12-2-72 


A W 


82-50 


1-2-74 


A W 


96-60 


11-18-74 


H W 


106-81 


12-6-75 


A W 


98-71 


14-77 


H W 


90-87 


3-12-82 


N2 W 


66-50 


1-So Conf Toumament at RrJe^h. N.C (ReynoWs 
Coliseum); 2-Nationat tnvitalion Toumament at 
New Yorir. N y. (Madison Souare Garden) 


Rider 

Maryland leads, 3-0 


12-23-91 


H W 


83-69 


11-30-93 


H W 


93-79 


12-13-95 


H W 


83-67 


Rutgers 

The series Is tied, 3-3 


1440 


A W 


51-39 


2-1941 


H L 


45-50 


12-19-50 


H W 


5145 


1-12-52 


A L 


55-61 


12-27-90 


N1 W 


86-81 


12-28-91 


N2 L 


79-95 


t-ECAC Holiday Festival al New York, N Y 
(Madison Square Garden); 2-Ftesta Bowl Ctasstf 
al Tucson, Alt;. (McKak Center) 



Sacramento State 

Maryland leads, 1-Q 

12-24-89 N1 W 98^ 
l-Chaminade Christmas Classic al Honolulu, 
Hawan (BlaisdeJI Cenler} 

St. Francis (Pa.) 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-30-55 HI W 75-66 
1-Mid-Winler Festival al College Part, Md. (Cole 
Field House] 

St. lohn's 
(Annapolis) 

Maryland le ads, 9-5 

1-23-i4' A L 1048 

2-7-14 A L 15-38 

1-25-28 H W 25.22 

1-26-29 H W 20-18 

W 42-25 

W 32-27 

fl 24-20 

lAI 34-22 

L 32-37 

L 17-24 

W 40-28 

L 37-39 

W 38-29 

W 48-20 



2-25-30 



2-17-31 



2-17-32 



2-16-33 



2-15-34 



3-2-35 



2-12-36 



2-23-37 



St. lohn's 

Series Tied, 2-2 



3-18-99 



N2 



2-76 



11-16-06 A3 



W 



92-60 



1-Maiyland Invitational at Cdlege Part. Md (Cole 
Field House); 2-NCAA Toumament at Kno^lle 
Tenn. (Thompson-Bolmg Arena). 3-2K Sports 
Ctrtlege Hoops C^ssk; at New Yort. N Y (MadGon 
Square Ganten) 

St. Joseph's 

Maryland leads , 3-1 



67-55 



12-29-78 H2 W 62-56" 



12-30-8 



H2 W 



74-57 



12-8-62 H 



56-64 



1-Nabonal Invrtabon Toumament at New York, N Y 
(Madison Square Garden), 2-Maiyland Invitational 
al College Park, Md. (Cole Field House) 

St. Louis 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

3-17-94 N1 W 74-66 
1-NCAA Toumament al Wichita. Kan. (Kansas 
Colgeum) 

St. Peter's 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



San Francisco 

Maryland leads, 2-0 



1-Cable Car Classic al Oakland, Calif. (Oakland 
Coliseum); 2-Preseason NIT al College Part, Md. 
(Cole Field House) ^__ 

Santa Clara 

The series is tied, 1-1 

12-22-73 N1 W 53^2 
3-15-96 N2 L 79-91 
1-Cable Car Classic al Oakland. Calif, (Oakland 
Coliseum), 2-NCAA Toumamenl at Tempe. Ariz 
(Special Evenls Cenlef) 

Savannah state 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



7548 



Seton Hall 

Maryland lead s, 2-1 



15-59 



2.20-71 



12-29-75 HI 



i'Marylanrt Invitational at College Park. Md. 
(Cole Field House! 



T 



Siena 

Maryland leads, 2-0 






3-15<)2 


N1 


W 


85-70 


12-31-06 


H 


W 


94-75 


1-NCAA Toumament at Washington. 
Cenler) 


O.C- (MCI 


South Carolina 

Maryland leads, 31-27 


1924-25 


H 


W 


38-22 


2-24-33 


N1 


L 


28^5 


14-35 


H 


VI 


35-21 


1-2940 


A 


L 


30-33 


1-1648 


H 


W 


68-54 


2-2148 


A 


W 


54-53 


2-849 


H 


W 


7949 


2-1949 


A 


W 


57-56 


2-13-50 


H 


L 


56-61 


2-24-50 


A 


L 


44-59 


2-2-51 


A 


L 


43-70 


2-12-51 


H 


W 


47-37 


12-3-53 


A 


W 


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 


60-68 


1-14-57 


H 


W 


66-59 


3*57 


N2 


L 


64-74 


1-3-58 


A 


W 


72-59 


3-1-58 


H 


W 


99-59 


1-9-59 


A 


W 


5941 


2-27-59 


H 


W 


7545 


1-8-60 


H 


W 


85-52 


2-27-60 


A 


W 


72-55 


1-7-61 


H 


w 


72-58 


2-11-61 


A 


L 


61-64 


1-6-62 


H 


L 


77-86 


2-9-62 


A 


L 


68-85 


1-5-63 


H 


W 


68-63 


2-11-63 


A 


W 


5144 


1-6-64 


H 


L 


69-73"" 


2-29-64 


A 


L 


64-74 


1-9-65 


A 


W 


75-70 


2-27-65 


H 


W 


73-59 


1-31-66 


A 


w 


78-63 


2-25-66 


H 


w 


5642 



12-10-66 


H 




63-65 


1-30-67 


A 




53-80 


3-9-67 


N3 




54-57 


12-9-67 


H 


W 


66-65 


1-3-68 


A 




59-68 


12-7-68 


A 




67-79 


1-8-69 


H 




67-69 


3*69 


N4 




71-92 


12-15-69 


H 




68-101 


1-10-70 


A 




44-55 


12-16-70 


A 




70-96 


1-9-71 


H 


W 


31-30'™ 


3-11-71 


N3 




63-71 


12-28-87 


H 


w 


82-77 


12-5-88 


A 




51-57 


12-1-89 


N5 




51-52 


12-29-90 


N6 


w 


78-69 


11-14-97 


N7 




72-7610" 


3-29-05 


N8 




67-75 



1-So. Conf, Tournament al Raleigh, N C- (Reyrolds 
Coliseum}: 2-ACC Tournamenl al Raleigh, 
N.C. (Reynolds Coliseum). 3-ACC Toumament 
at Greensboro, N.C (Greensboro Coliseum); 
4-ACC Toumamerl al Charlotte, N.C (Charlotte 
Cdseum), 5-Central Ftdelrty Classic al Richmond, 
Va (Robbins Cenler), 6-ECAC Holiday Festival al 
New Yort, N Y (Madison Square Garden). 7-Black 
Coaches Assoc Classic al Minneapolis, Minn, 
(Target Center), 8-NiT Semifinals ay New Yort, 
N.Y (Madison Square Garden) 

South Carolina 
State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 

12-27-98 H W 104-70 



Southern 
California 

Maryland leads, 3-0 



12-30-78 HI 



63-79 



2-19-90 



64-62 



72.59 



|.Maryl3r)d Invilalional al College Parti. Md 
ICeleFieM House) 



tx 



Southern Illinois 

Maryland trails, 0-1 _. 

12-22-67 N1 I 72-73 ''[ 
1-Sun Carnival Tournament at EI Paso, Texos 
(Memorial Gymnasiutii) 

South Florida 

Maryland leads. 2.0 

1.23.90 H W 84.66 

1-19-91 A W 87-81 

Stanford 

Maryland leads, 3-0 






12-6-98 N2 W 



62-60 



3-24-01 N3 W 



87-73 



Maryland trails, 0-1 



1910-11 



Stevens Institute 

Maryland leads, 4-1 



Stony Brook 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



Syracuse 

Maryland leads, 5-2 



3-20-72 N1 



12-30-72 H2 



3-15-73 N3 W 



12-29-76 H2 W 



12-6-80 A4 W 



3-20W N5 



3-20-08 A6 



Tampa 

Maryland leads. 2-0 



1-30-54 



Temple 

The series is tied, 44 
12448 A L 



2-28-98 N3 



2-13^)0 



11-9-01 N4 W 



82-74 



1-15^15 



W 



1-28^)6 



85.91 



The series is tied, 2-2 



12.549 



12.20-63 Nl 



3-8« 



N2 W 



86-75 



11-25^ m 



W 



7249 



1 .ypt Tournament at Blarkstrurg, tAL (Virginia Tedi 
Coteeum): 2-NCAA Toumament at Gteensbcfo, 
N.C. (GreenslMro Coliseum): 34jreal Alaska 
SlxioloulalAndicra9e.Alaifca(SiJrvan Arena) 



SJ' 



1 -Hawaii-Pacific Toumamerl al Wailuku, Hawaii 
(War Uemonal Coliseum); 2-88&T Classic 
al Washington, D.C. (MCI Cenler); 3-NCAA 
Tournamenl al Anaheim, Calif. (Arrowhead 
Pond of Anaheim} 



Staunton Military 



90-76 



96-65 



83-73 



70-72 



72-88 



1 -Nationai Invilaton ToumaiDenI at New Yort, N.Y 
(Madison Square Garten); 2-Maryland Invitational 
al College Part, Md. (Cole Field House}; 3-NCAA 
Tournamenl at Charlotte N.C. (Charlotte 
Coliseum); 4-Camer Classic at Syracuse, N.Y 
(Camer Dome), 5-NCAA Tournament at Denver, 
Colo (Pepsi Center); 6-NlT at Syracuse, NY. 
(Carter Dome) 



61-51 
60-72 



63-66 



65-73 



t-NCAA Toumametl al Chartotte N C (ChartMle 
Coliseum). 2-Maryland invilalional al College 
Part, KM (Cole Field Hoose). 3-at Baliimore, 
Md (Baliimore Arena), 4-Coaches vs Cancer 
IKON Classic al New YotX, NY. (Madison 
Squa re Garden) 

Tennessee 



T 



2Q02 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
20 4ACC CHAMPI GN S - 












Tennessee- 
Chattanooga 



|» ^i^ waiyland leads, 2-0 



3-12-81 



N1 



W 



81-69 



3-17-83 



N2 



W 



52-51 



1-NCAA Tournament at Daylon, Ohio (Da/ton 
Arena}, 2-NCAA Tournament at Houston, Texas 
(The Summrt) 

Texas-El Paso 

Maryland trails, 1-2 ^^_ 



12-30-88 A2 



51-69 



3-18-04 



N3 



W 



1-Sun Carnival Tournament al El Paso. Texas 
(Memoria) Gymnasium); 2-Sun Bowl Tournament 
a! B Paso, Texas (Special Events Center); 3-NCAA 
Toumamefll al Denver, Colo. (Pepsi Center) 



Texas 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



82-68 



1-NCAA Tournament at Sal! l-ake City. Utah (Jon 
Hjnisman Center) 



Texas ASM Corpus 
Christi 

Maryland leads, 1-0 



1-4-06 H 


W 


99-73 


Texas Christian 

Maryland leads, 2-0 


11-25^8 N1 


W 


74-67 


3-26-05 H2 


w 


85-73 


1-Freedom Bowt Classic at Irvine. Cal^. (Bren 
Events Center): 2-NIT Ttiird Round at College 
Park, Md,(Com(ast Center) 


Texas Tech 

Maryland leads. 1-0 


12-27-54 N1 


w 


58-54 


1-AII-American City Tournament al Owenstwra. 
Kv 


Towson 

Maryland leads, 12-0 


12-9-81 H 


w 


75-59 


12-14-82 H 


w 


66-56 


2-21-85 H 


w 


91-38 


12-13-85 H 


w 


91-58 


1-5^7 H 


w 


79-71 


11-26-90 H 


w 


93^9 


12-21-91 H 


w 


83-76 


12-23-92 H 


w 


78-68 


12-23-93 N1 


w 


109-71 


12-12-94 H 


w 


120-73 


11-27-95 N1 


w 


7t67 


11-30-96 H 


w 


93-76 


1- al Baltimore. Md. (Ballimore Arena) 


Tuiane 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


11-19-99 HI 


w 


78-70 


l-Pteseason NIT at College Parli. Md. (Cole 
Reld House) 


Tulsa 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-28-64 N1 


w 


66-59 


l-Hunicane Classic al Miami. Fla, 
ConvenOon Center) 


Manti Beach 


UC Irvine 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-11-90 H 


w 


93-79 


UCLA 

Maryland trails, 2-6 


12-1-73 A 


L 


64-65 


12-28-74 HI 


L 


75-81 


12-29-81 A 


L 


57-90 


12-23-82 H 


w 


80-79 ™» 


12-9-95 N2 


L 


63-73 


11-27-98 N3 


W 


70-54 


3-18-00 N4 


L 


70-105 


11-19-07 N5 


I 


59-71 



1-Maryland Invitational al College Park, Md. 
(Cole Field House): 2-John Wooden Clasac al 
Ajisheim, Calif. (Arrowtiead Pond of Anaheim); 
3-Puerto Rico Shootout at Bayamon,P.R,(Eugenio 
Guena Sports Complex), 4-NCAA Tournament al 
Minneapolis, r/inn. (HHH Melrodome); 5-CBE 
Classic at Kansas Cily, Mo. (Sprint Center) 



UC Santa Barbara 

Maryland leads. 1-0 

3-1B-88 N1 W 92-82 

1-NCAA Toumament at Cincinnati. Ohio (Riveffronl 
Coliseum) 

UNC Asheviile 

Maryland leads, 2-0 

12-22-97 H W 110-52 

12-12-04 H W 96-72 

UNC Greensboro 

Maryland leads, 2-0 



UNC Wilmington 

Maryland leads, 2-0 



12-27-97 



H 



74-36 



3-21-03 Nl W 75-73 

1-NCAA Tournament at Nashville. Tenn, (Gaytord 
Entertainment Center) 

UNLV 

Maryland trails, 1-4 

2-4-78 H W 81-68 
12-4-78 A L 88-94 
1-19-85 A L 76-78 
12-7-85 H L 61-64 
3-16-86 Nl L 64-70 
1-NCAA Tournament at Long Beach. Cal^. (Long 
Beacti Arena) 

U.S. Merchant 
Marines 

Maryland trails, 1-3 



2-2745 A L 


41-54 


2-14-46 H W 


43-39 


2-2646 A L 


3148 


2-1947 A L 


47-73 


Utah 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


11-22-94 Nl W 


90-78 


1-Maui Invitational at Lahaina. Hawaii (Laliaina 
Cm Center) 


Utah State 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


3-12-98 N1 W 


82-« 


1-NCAA Tournamenl al Sacramenlo, Calif. 
(Arco Arena) 


Valparaiso 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


3-11-99 Nl W 


82-60 


1-NCAA Tournament al Orlando. Fla. 
(Orlando Arena) 


VanderbUt 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-28-57 Nl W 


71-56 


1-Sugar Bowl Tournament at New Orleans. La. 
(Loyola Reld House) 


Vermont 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


11-8^)6 HI W 


102-75 


1-2K Sports College Hoops Classic at College 
Park. Md. (Comcast Center) 


ViUanova 

Maryland trails, 1-2 


1-27-85 H W 


77-74 


3-22-85 N1 L 


4346 


2-1-86 A L 


62-64 


1-NCAA Tournament at Birmingham. Ala. 
(BimiinqhamCorEeum) 


Virginia 

Maryland leads, 102-66 


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 l»l 


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 


2-6-36 


H 


w 


40-34 


1-23-37 


H 


w 


37-23 


1-27-38 


A 


w 


39-23 


1-28-39 


H 


w 


31-21 


2-641 


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 


20-52 


2-544 


H 


2649 


2-346 


A 


26-57 


2-1045 


H 


3M1 


1-2346 


A 


4548 


2-946 


H V 


il 37-36 


1-1248 


A 


44-64 


2-1648 


H 


5M8 


12-1M8 


H 


47-53 


1-749 


A 


43-79 


12-M9 


A 


56-66 



2-14-50 


H 


W 


70-52 


12-1-50 


H 


W 


59-57 


12-13-50 


A 


w 


4643 


12-2-51 


A 


w 


5942 


1-7-52 


H 


w 


63-53 


12-2-52 


H 


w 


71-61 


1-5-53 


A 


w 


59-56 


1-5-54 


H 


w 


70*1 


1-18-54 


A 


w 


70-56 


12-14-54 


A 


w 


72-69 


1-6-55 


H 


w 


78-65 


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 


2-7-68 


A 


w 


87-66 


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 


50*2 


3-5-59 


Nl 


L 


65*6 


12-9-59 


H 


W 


7042 


2-1(M0 


A 


W 


4443 


12-3-60 


A 


W 


57-52 


2-22-61 


H 


W 


77-62 


12-18-61 


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 


12-2-63 


H 


W 


68-58 


2-20-64 


A 


L 


73-79 


12-5*1 


A 


L 


59-61 


2-17-65 


H 


W 


5247 


1-5-66 


H 


L 


62*5 


2-1M6 


A 


W 


71*4 


12-13*6 


A 


W 


85*5 


2-13-67 


H 


w 


87-76 


2-13-68 


H 


w 


85-76 


2-28*8 


A 


L 


68-70 


1-16-69 


H 


L 


77-78 


2-15*9 


A 


L 


78*4 


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 


89-84 "1 


12*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 


88-81 


3-2-74 


H 


w 


110-75 


24-75 


H 


w 


86-79 


2-19-75 


A 


w 


70-51 


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 


64-66 


2-25-78 


H 


L 


70-79 



1-31-79 


H 


L 


63*9 


2-21-79 


A 


L 


72-75 


1-30-80 


A 


W 


6341 


2-23-80 


H 


W 


82-71 


1-14-81 


H 


L 


6446 


2-28*1 


A 


L 


63-74 


3*81 


N4 


W 


8542 


1-12-82 


A 


L 


4046 ion 


2-27-82 


H 


W 


4746 im 


1-8*3 


H 


L 


6443 


3-7*3 


A 


L 


8143 


1-31-84 


A 


W 


6746 


M-84 


H 


W 


7445 


1-30-85 


H 


w 


71-58 


3-3*5 


A 


w 


60-55 


1-19*6 


A 


L 


49-70 


3-1-86 


H 


W 


87-72 


1-10*7 


H 


L 


64-71 


3-1-87 


A 


L 


7742 


1-2^88 


A 


L 


7244 


3-5*8 


H 


W 


6943 


1-17-89 


H 


L 


58*4™ 


3-5-89 


A 


L 


59*6 


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 »i 


1-29-92 


A 


L 


75*2 


3-7-92 


H 


L 


74-76 


24-93 


H 


L 


68-70 


3*93 


A 


L 


7448 


2-2-94 


A 


L 


66-73 


3-5-94 


H 


W 


70*8 


3-11-94 


N5 


L 


6349 


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 


7842 


3-2-97 


A 


L 


7441 


2-1-98 


H 


w 


77-70 


2-24-98 


A 


w 


7446 


1-7-99 


A 


w 


7146 


2*99 


H 


w 


88-72 


2-2-00 


H 


w 


91-79 


34-00 


A 


L 


87491°" 


1-31-01 


A 


L 


78-99 


3-3-*1 


H 


w 


10247 


1-31-02 


A 


w 


9147 


3-3*2 


H 


w 


112-92 


2*03 


H 


L 


7846 


3-9-03 


A 


L 


7840 «"i 


24*1 


A 


W 


7147 


3-7-04 


H 


W 


7041 


1-1945 


H 


W 


8248 


2-1945 


A 


W 


9249 ""1 


2-7-06 


H 


W 


7645 


3-5*6 


A 


W 


71-70 


1-16*7 


A 


L 


91-103 


2*07 


H 


L 


65*9 


1-3048 


H 


W 


85-75 


3-948 


A 


L 


76-91 



1-ACC Tournament al Ralegh, N.C. (Re/nokte 
Colisieum), 2-AII-ATnerican City Tournamenl 
al Owensboro. Ky., 3-ACC Tournamenl al 
Greenstioro. N.C, [Greensboro Coliseum}; 
4-ACC Tournament at Landover, NM- (Capital 
Centre); 5-ACC Tournament at Chariotle, N.C 
(CharfaHe Cdiseum) 

ACC SERIES 
PROFILE 

JTerpsat Home, ^'-ji 

Jerps at Cole Field House: 22-25 
Terps at Comcasl C enter 4-2 



JTerpsonthe Road ; 35-41 
Jerps at Neutral Si tes: 5-5 



Jerps since 1953-5 4:72-47 

_Last10Games "3 

Current Streak _ .'Awnl 



_Longest UM Win Streak: 1 
_Longe^UVA Win St reak: 5 



Largest Win Margin: 35 (102-67 on 
March 3, 2001; 110-75 on March 
2, 1974} 

Largest Loss Margin: 36 (7943 on 
Jan. 7, 1949) 

Most UM Points Scored: 112 

Most UVA Points Scored: 103 



Virginia 

Commonwealth 

(VGU) 

VCU leads. 1-D 



12-2-^7 



76-65 



1-BB&T Classic al Washington, D.C. (Verizon 
Center) 



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 


3^27 


2-12-30 


A 


w 


44-25 


2-22-30 


H 


w 


39-21 


1-9-31 


A 


w 


35-18 


1-3041 


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 


1*35 


H 


w 


39-24 


1-7-36 


H 


w 


44-29 


1-1146 


A 


w 


53-32 


1-9-37 


A 


w 


48-28 


2-13-37 


H 


w 


45-28 


1*38 


A 


w 


42-27 


2-1148 


H 


w 


43-33 


2-18-39 


H 


w 


53-35 


2-740 


A 


w 


60-33 


2-2O40 


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 


2-546 


A 


L 


27-35 


1-1847 


A 


W 


61-50 


3-147 


H 


W 


5345 


12-1847 


A 


W 


5346 


1-1748 


H 


W 


6348 


2449 


A 


W 


5345 


2-2849 


H 


W 


70-55 


2-1-50 


H 


W 


65-53 


2*50 


A 


L 


6142 


2*51 


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 


124145 


H 


W 


99*8 




Virginia Tech 

Maryland leads, 25-8 


1925-26 


A 


w 


19-17 


1925-26 


H 


w 


30-14 


1-12-28 


A 


w 


29-20 


2-23-28 


H 


w 


30-10 


24-29 


A 


L 


29-39 


1-25-30 


H 


w 


44-27 


2-11-30 


A 


w 


34-23 


1-31-31 


H 


w 


33-16 


1-30-32 


H 


w 


51-16 


1-7-33 


A 


w 


40-20 


1-21-33 


H 


w 


37-21 


1-13-34 


A 


w 


29-24 


1-20-34 


H 


w 


34-32 


1-31-38 


H 


w 


42-35 


1-1940 


H 


w 


4941 


2-2141 


H 


L 


3948 


1-1747 


A 


w 


5749 


2-1747 


H 


w 


5542 


12-948 


H 


w 


60-51 


12-349 


A 


L 


5743 


1-15-51 


H 


L 


5746 


1-12-53 


H 


W 


6546 


2*53 


A 


W 


70-56 


12-17-53 


H 


W 


60-52 


2-5-54 


A 


W 


5441 


1-29-90 


H 


W 


89*0 


2-19-91 


A 


W 


82*7 


2*05 


H 


W 


86-71 


3-545 


A 


L 


7646 


1-2146 


H 


W 


81-72 


1-2147 


A 


L 


64*7 »" 


1-1248 


A 


L 


6647 


2-2M8 


H 


L 


65*9 



ACC SERIES 
PROFILE 

Terps al Home: 16- 3 



Terps al Cole Field House: 2-0 
Terps al Comcast Center 2-1 



Terps on the Road '--5 

Terps at Neutral Sites: 0-0 



Terps since 1953-54:^4 



Last 10 Games: 64 



Current Streak: VJ v/on 3 



Longest UM Win Streak: 10 



Longest VT lVin St reak: 3 



Largest Win 
30. 19321 


Margin: 35 (51-16 on Jan. 


Largest Loss Margin; 10 [2^39 on Feb 
4. 1929: 86-76 on Mar. 3, 2005) 


Most UM Points Scored: 89 


MostVT Points Scored: 86 


Wagner 

Maryland leads, 24 


12-5*0 


Nl 


W 


96-73 


1443 


H 


W 


79-57 


l-Carrier Classic al S^cuse. 
Dane) 


N.y (Carrier 


Wake Forest 

Maryland leads, 61-54 


3*53 


Nl 


L 


59*1 <"• 


12-5-53 


A 


L 


54-71 


2-15-54 


H 


W 


74-53 


3-5-54 


N2 


L 


56*4 »l 


12-10-54 


H 


L 


5842™ 


2-21-55 


A 


L 


71-75 


12-10-55 


H 


W 


6141 


2-20-56 


A 


L 


60-76 


12-10-56 


H 


W 


59-53 


2-18-57 


A 


L 


5842 


12-13-57 


H 


W 


72-58 


2*58 


A 


W 


7447 


12-20-58 


H 


w 


6845 


2-7-59 


A 


L 


53-56 


12-18-59 


H 


L 


47-54 


2*60 


A 


L 


6445 


12-1740 


H 


L 


60-72 


2441 


A 


L 


69-78 


3-3*1 


N2 


L 


76-98 


12-16*1 


H 


W 


7942 


2-17*2 


A 


L 


7841 


12-1942 


H 


L 


7445 


2-14*3 


A 


L 


54-75 


2-2843 


N2 


L 


4140 


1-20*4 


A 


W 


9142 


2-1444 


H 


L 


77-79 


12-1844 


H 


W 


8244 


1-1445 


A 


W 


93*5'°" 


12445 


H 


w 


8746 


2-746 


A 


w 


86-78"" 


12-2046 


H 


L 


5M8 


M47 


A 


L 


64-78 


12-1447 


A 


L 


60-73 


2-1748 


H 


W 


87-74 


12-1448 


A 


L 


87-95 


1-3*9 


A3 


L 


71-93 


12-13*9 


H 


L 


87-104 


1-3-70 


A3 


W 


96*8 


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 


60*2 


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*77 


H 


L 


85*6'°" 


2-22-77 


A3 


W 


81*0 


1-7-78 


A3 


L 


7544 


2-22-78 


H 


W 


9149 


1*79 


H 


L 


6046 


2-19-79 


A3 


W 


54-53 


1-5*0 


A 


W 


84-76 


2-20*0 


H 


W 


83-77 


24*1 


A 


L 


6047 


2-2141 


H 


W 


94*0 


2-342 


H 


W 


61-56 


2-2042 


A3 


L 


4248 


2-943 


A3 


L 


66-79 


2-2643 


H 


W 


83-75 


2444 


A3 


L 


87-90 »" 


2-2&*4 


■ H 


W 


90-79 



2aOB-09 MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 





3:10-84 


N4 


W 


66*1 


2-M5 


A 


W 


64-62 


2-24-85 


H 


W 


69-66 


1-2^86 


H 


W 


77-55 


2-2W6 


A3 


W 


59-48 


2-2-87 


A 




58-69 


2-22-87 


H 




68-75 


1-2-88 


H 


W 


93-76 


2-27-88 


A3 


W 


70^5 


14-89 


A 




60-70 


2-2^89 


H 




61-75 


14-90 


H 


W 


88-82 


2-24-90 


A 




74-84 


1-2-91 


A 




62-74 


2-23-91 


H 


W 


86-78 


1-22-92 


H 




76^6 


3-5-92 


A 


W 


77-66 


1-16-93 


H 




73-86 


2-17-93 


A 




64-88 


1-15-94 


A 


W 


61-58 


2-16-94 


H 


W 


81-58 


1-14-95 


H 




76^6 


2-15-95 


A 




54-83 


1-13-96 


A 




64-77 


2-15-96 


H 




7^85 


1-19-97 


A 


w 


54-51 


2-1-97 


H 




69-74 


1-17-98 


A 




60-72 


2-19-98 


H 




79-83 


12-3-98 


H 


w 


92-69 


1-31-99 


A 


L 


72-85 


1-19« 


H 


w 


71-53 


2-1900 


A 


w 


73-67 


1-17-01 


H 


w 


81-71 


2-17-01 


A 


w 


73-57 


3-941 


N5 


w 


71-53 


1-23-02 


A 


w 


85^3 


2-244)2 


H 


w 


90-89 


1-1M3 


A 


L 


72-81 


2-17-03 


H 


W 


90-67 


1-29fl4 


A 


L 


85-93 


2-28*1 


H 


L 


83-91 


3-12-04 


N4 


W 


87-86 


1-11-05 


A 


L 


66-81 


1-154)6 


H 


W 


90-86 


2-34)7 


A 


W 


79-72 


1-154)8 


H 


W 


71-64 




T 



2-2a^8 



w 



74-70 



1-So, Ctxif. Toumamenl at Raleigh. N,C. (Reynolds 
CoTiseum): 2-ACC Toumamenl al Ra'eigh, N.C 
(Reynolds Coliseum): 3-al Greensboro. N.C. 
(Greensboro Coliseum); 4-ACC Toumamenl at 
Greensboro, N.C, (Greensboro Colisajm); 5-ACC 
Tournament at Atlanta, Ga, (Georgia Dome) 

ACC SERIES 
PROnLE 

Teipsat Home: 35-17 

Terps al Cole Field Hous e: 31-15 



Terps at Comcast Center: 3-1 

Terps on the Road: 22-33 

Terps at Neutral Sites: 4-4 

Terps since 1953-54: 59-51 

Last 10 Games: 64 

Cutrent Streak: MP won 4 

Longest UM Win Streak: 7 

Longest WFU Win Streak: 6 

Largest Win Margin: 29 (1 05-76 on 

Jan. 22, 1973} 

Largest Loss Margin: 39 (80-41 on Feb. 

28,1963) 

Most UM Points Scored: 105 

Most WFU Points Scored: 104 



Washington 
College 

Mainland 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 


2-8-33 


H 


w 


35-27 


2-17-34 


H 


w 


44-33 


1-16-35 


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 6 Lee 

Maryland leads, 27-26 


1910-11 


A 


L 


1746 


1-31-11 


H 


L 


24-29 


2-3-14 


A 


L 


8-63 


1923-24 


H 


W 


22-21 


1925-26 


H 


W 


40-27 


1925-26 


A 


W 


33-20 


1926-27 


H 


W 


44-32 


1926-27 


A 


L 


32-34 


12-19-27 


H 


W 


38-24 


1-13-28 


A 


W 


31-28 


2-2-29 


H 


L 


2247 


2-6-29 


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 


3*36 


N1 




32-38 


1-8-37 


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 


W 


39-37 


1-2O40 


H 




2544 


2-840 


A 




19-39 


2-2840 


Nl 


W 


43-30 


1-1441 


A 




41-59 


2-841 


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 


65-60 


1-3147 


H 


W 


59-50 


12-1747 


A 


L 


64-70 


2-748 


H 


W 


64-38 


2-549 


A 


W 


66-60 


12-1049 


H 


W 


6546 



12-18-50 


H 


W 5243 


2-7-51 


A 


L 65« 


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 


1-So. Conf. Tournament al Raleigh, N.C. (Reytidds 
Colseiim) 



Washington 
Y.M.C.A. 

Maryland trails, 0-1 



19044)5 




L 




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 


36-63 


2-1442 


H 


L 


2741 


2-2346 


H 


L 


33-35 


12-1446 


A 


L 


43-81 


2-14-51 


H 


L 


64-70 


12-15-51 


A 


L 


36-39 


12-13-52 


H 


W 


5245 


12-14-53 


A 


L 


71-87 


12-14-63 


H 


W 


74-72 


2-5*1 


A 


L 


67-91 


12-12-64 


H 


L 


7M0»' 


2-10-65 


A 


W 


86-78 


12-21-65 


A 


L 


74-76 


2-12-66 


H 


W 


107-92 


1-11-67 


A 


W 


82-81 '»' 


1-28-67 


H 


L 


58-61 


1-10-68 


H 


W 


79-75 


2-10-68 


A 


L 


66-83 


124-68 


A 


L 


65-86 


2-8-69 


H 


W 


91-84 


1-7-70 


H 


W 


83-76 


2-25-70 


A 


L 


78-83 


2-27-71 


H 


L 


81-83 


3-17-84 


Nl 


W 


102-77 



12-1-84 


H 


W 


5647 


12-12-85 


A 


W 


4241 


1-21-87 


H 


W 


65-62 


12-5-87 


A 


L 


49-75 


12-27-88 


H 


L 


61-69 


12-1-90 


A 


L 


85-90 


12-7-91 


H 


W 


101-91 


12-5-92 


A 


L 


72-86 


12-74)3 


N2 


L 


77-78'™ 


1-NCAA Toumamenl al Birmingham, Ala- 
(Bimiingham Coliseum}, 2-BB&T Classic al 
Washington, DC (MCI Cenler} 


Western Carolina 

Maryland leads, 2-0 


11-14-98 


H 


W 


11346 


12-74)5 


H 


W 


87-57 


Western Kentucicy 

Maryland leads, 2-0 


12-29-71 


HI 


W 


103-67 


12-28-77 


HI 


W 


91-78 


l-Maryland Invitational at Colteg 
(Cole FieU House) 


Pari<. Md, 


Western IMaryiand 

Maryland leads, 12-0 


1926-27 


H 


W 


32-25 


2-24-28 


H 


W 


30-29 


2-15-29 


H 


W 


32-17 


2-6-30 


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 


12-28-68 


Nl 


W 


95-83 


143iailotte InvTiationai at Chaitotte, N.C. (Chariotte 
Coliseumj 







Widener College l^M^j^ 

Maryland trails, 0-2 , ^#^*1 

1910-11 A L 19-5!1 _.-' .V" W 

2-28-14 A L 4^<^ ^ 



WiUiam S Mary 

Maryland leads, 22-8 




12-20-28 


H 


W 


30-20 


12-13-29 


H 


w 


27-23 


1-3M6 


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 


56*1 


12-11-50 


H 


W 


4841 


2-17-51 


A 


L 


50-55 


12-12-51 


H 


W 


54-53 


2-16-52 


A 


L 


66-71 


124-52 


H 


W 


64-61 


2-17-53 


A 


W 


79-57 


12-8-53 


A 


w 


69-54 


2-25-54 


H 


w 


74-55 


2-5-55 


A 


w 


67-62 


12-8-55 


H 


w 


52-51 


I-M1 


H 


w 


69-64 


1-27-82 


A 


w 


5043 


1-M3 


H 


w 


56-51 


1-7-84 


H 


w 


5844 


12-5« 


H 


w 


7748 


12-274)1 


H 


w 


103-75 



Winthrop 

Maryland leads, 4-0 



12-27-86 H 



12-7-99 



Wisconsin 

Maryland trails, 14 



12-30-31 



30-32 



12-23-32 H 



13-22 



11-29410 



75-78 '■' 



3-17-02 



87-57 



12-24)3 H3 



W 



73-67'^ 



11-304)4 A4 



64-89 



1-ACC/Big Ten Chaltenge al Milwaukee, Wise. 
(Bradley Center): 2-NCAA Toumamenl al 
Washington, D C (MCI Center): 3-ACC'Big 
Ten Challenge al College ParX, Md, (Comcast 
Center), 4-ACOBg Ten Challenge at Madiscwi. 
Wee (Kohl Cenler) 

Woodrow General 
Hospital 

The series is tied, 1-1 



2-944 H 


W 


48-26 


2-1844 A 


L 


25-35 




Wyoming 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


12-31-80 Nl 


W 


84-77 


143ixte Classical Raleigh, N,C. 
(Reynolds Coliseum) 


Xavier 

Maryland leads, 2-0 


12-28-76 HI 


W 


84-74 


3-23413 Nl 


w 


77-64 


Few House) I-NCAA Toutnarrenl at Nashville 
Tenn (GaifortEnlenamenl Cenler) 


Yale 

Maryland leads, 1-0 


144V1 H 


w 


103^ 


e 



2G02 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACC CHAMPIONS 



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Hegular Season Tournaments 



Total In-Season Tournaments: 63 
Overall Record: 102-41 (.713) 
Total Championships: 28 
Runner-Lips: 12 

All-American City Tournament 

(Owensboto, Ky.) 

12-30-53 vs. Arizona State W 65-50 



12-31-53 vs.Evansville 


W 


66-58 


1-2-54 vs. Kentucky Wesleyan 


W 


54-37 (champions) 


12-27-54 vs. Texas Tech 


W 


58-54 


12-28-54 vs. Rhode Island 


W 


83-66 


12-30-54 vs. Cincinnati 


W 


78-61 (champions) 


12-30-56 vs. Montana State 


W 


89-72 


12-31-56 vs. Nev» Mexico A&M 


L 


43-45 


1-1-57 vs. Virginia 


W 


43-39 



BB8T Bank/Children's 
Charities Classic 

(Landover, Md./Washington, D.C.) ' 



12-2-95 


vs. Massachusetts 


L 


47-50 


12-3-95 


vs. George Washington 


W 


98-81 


12-8-96 


vs. California 


W 


80-64 


12-9-96 


vs. George Washington 


w 


74-68 (champions) 


12-7-97 


vs. Kansas 


w 


86-83 


12-8-97 


vs. George Washington 


L 


66-70 


12-6-98 


vs. Stanford 


w 


62-60 


12-7-98 


vs. DePaul 


w 


92-75 (champions) 


12-4-99 


vs. Illinois 


w 


69-67 


12-5-99 


vs. George Washington 


L 


69-74 


12-2-00 


vs. Michigan 


W 


82-51 


12-3-00 


vs. George Washington 


w 


71-63 (champions) 


12-2-01 


vs. Princeton 


w 


61-53 


12-3-01 


vs. Connecticut 


w 


77-65 (champions) 


12-7-02 


vs. Notre Dame 


L 


67-79 


12-8-02 


vs. George Washington 


w 


93-82 


12-6-03 


vs. Gonzaga 


L 


68-82 


12-7-03 


vs. West Virginia 


L 


77-78 (OT) 


12-4-04 


vs. George Mason 


W 


78-54 


12-5-05 


vs. George Washington 


L 


92-101 


12-3-06 


vs. Notre Dame 


L 


74-81 



12-28-59 vs. Indiana 


L 


63-72 


12-29-59 vs.Fordham 


W 


76-54 


Cable Car Classic 

(San Fiancisco, Calif.) 

12-21-73 vs. San Francisco 


W 


78-60 


12-22-73 vs. Santa Clara 


w 


53-32 (champions) 




12-2-07 vs. Virginia Comm onwealthL 76-85 

* Known as the Franklin National Bank/Children Charities 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, Ky.) 



2006 Coaches vs. Cancer Classic Champions 



Carrier Classic 

(Syiacuse, N.V.) 

12-5-80 vs. Wagner 



W 96-73 



12-6-80 vs. Syracuse 


W 


83-73 (champions) 


CBE Classic 

(Kansas City, Mo.) 

11-11-07 vs. North Florida' 


W 


79-50 


11-12-07 vs. Hampton' 


W 


70-64 


11-19-07 vs. UCLA 


L 


59-71 


11-20-07 vs. Missouri 


L 


70-84 (champions) 



1-CoDege Pait. Md. (ComcasI Center) 



Central Fidelity Classic 

(Richmond, Va.) 

12-1-89 vs. South Carolina L 51-52 



12-2-89 vs. Army W 


78-60 


Chaminade Christmas Classic 

(Honolulu. HawaU) 

12-22-89 vs. George Mason W 104-86 


12-23-89 vs. East Tennessee St. W 


91-86 


12-24-89 vs. Sacramento State W 


98-68 (champions) 


Charlotte Invitational 

(Charlotte, N.C.) 

12-28-66 vs. Davidson W 


66-55 


12-29-66 vs. Army W 


57-54 (champions) 


12-27-68 vs. Davidson L 


69-83 


12-28-68 vs. Wichita W 


95-83 



Coaches vs. Cancer Classic 

(HewYoik, N.Y.) 

11-8-01 vs. Arizona L 67-71 



11-9-01 vs. Temple 


W 


82-74 


11-7-06 vs. Hampton' 


W 


102-75 


11-8-06 vs. Vermont' 


W 


81-63 


11-16-06 vs. SL John's 


W 


92-60 


11-17-06 vs. Michigan State 


W 


62-60 (champions) 



l-CoDege Par*, Md (Cwncast Ceniwl 

Bixie Classic 

(Raleigh, N.C.) 

12-29-60 vs. North Carolina 



57-81 



12-30-60 vs. NC State L 


67-75 


12-31-60 vs. Wyoming W 


84-77 


ECAC Holiday Festival 

(New York, N.Y.) 

12-27-90 vs. Rutgers W 


86-81 


12-29-90 vs. South Carolina W 


78-69 (champions) 



Evansville Holiday 
Tournament 

(Evansville, Ind.) 

12-27-63 vs. Arizona 



54-57 



12-28-63 vs. Columbia 



W 82-76 



200B-a3 MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 



Fiesta Bowl Classic 

(Tucson, Aiiz.) 



T 



12-28-91 vs. Rutgers 


L 


79-95 


12-30-91 vs. Evansville 


L 


64-75 


Freedom Bowl Classic 

(Inrine, Calif.) 

11-25-88 vs. Texas Christian W 


74-67 


11-26-88 vs. Georgia State 


W 


69-62 (champions) 


Great Alasica Siiootout 

(Anchoiage, Alaska) 

11-23-84 vs. Kansas L 


56-58 


1 1 -24-84 vs. Alasl<a-Anclicrage 


W 


54-52 


11-25-84 vs. Tennessee 


w 


7249 


Hail of Fame Classic 

(Spiingneld, Mass.) 

12-28-93 vs.Hofstra W 


93-67 


12-29-93 vs. Massachusetts 


L 


80-94 


Hawaii Pacific Tournament 

(WaUnku. HawaU) 

12-28-85 vs. Stanford W 67-65 


12-29-85 vs. HavKaii-Pacific 


W 


92-85 (champions) 


Hurricane Classic 

(Miami, Fla.) 

12-28-64 vs. Tulsa 


W 


66-59 


12-29-64 vs. Miami (Fla.) 


L 


73-80 


MCI Harbor Classic 

(Baltimoie, Md.) 

11-27-87 vs. Loyola (Md.) 


W 


74-60 


11-28-87 vs. Mississippi 


W 


77-69 (champions) 


Marshall Invitational 

(HunUngton, W.Va.) 

12-20-68 vs. Marshall W 


89-80 


12-21-68 vs. Miami (Fla.) 


L 


85-92 



Maryland invitational 
Tournament 

(CoUege Paik, Md.) 

12-19-69 Army L 



54-69 



12-20-69 


Fordham 


W 


94-71 


12-29-71 


Western Kentucky 


W 


103-67 


12-30-71 


St. John's 


W 


90-69 (champions) 


12-29-72 


Georgia Tech 


W 


90-55 


12-30-72 


Syracuse 


W 


90-76 (champions) 


12-29-73 


Holy Cross 


W 


102-75 


12-30-73 


Boston College 


W 


58-37 (champions) 


12-27-74 


Georgia Tech 


W 


105-67 


12-28-74 


UCLA 


L 


75-81 


12-29-75 


Seton Hall 


W 


104-69 


12-30-75 


Princeton 


W 


66-59 (champions) 


12-28-76 


Xavier 


W 


84-74 


12-29-76 


Syracuse 


W 


96-85 (champions) 


12-28-77 


Western Kentucl(y 


W 


91-78 


12-29-77 


Georgia Tech 


W 


65-63 (champions) 


12-29-78 


St. Joseph's 


W 


62-56 (OT) 


12-30-78 


Southern California 


w 


83-79 (champions) 


12-28-79 


Miami-OH 


w 


115-76 


12-29-79 


Temple 


W 


85-63 (champions) 


12-29-80 


Marshall 


W 


114-89 


12-30-80 


St. Joseph's 


w 


74-57 (champions) 


12-29-83 


Randolph Macon 


w 


58-52 


12-30-83 


La Salle 


w 


96-83 (champions) 


Maui invitational 

(Lahaina, Hawaii) 

11-21-94 vs.Chaminade 


w 


95-67 


11-22-94 


vs. Utah 


w 


90-78 


11-23-94 


vs. Arizona State 


L 


90-97 


11-20-00 


vs. Louisville 


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 


76-88 


11-22-05 


vs. Chaminade 


W 


98-69 


11-23-05 


vs. Arkansas 


W 


75-62 



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Memphis Invitational 

(Memphis, Tenn.) 

12-16-66 vs. Oklahoma State W 



5049 



ili.<J>l 



12-17-66 vs. Memphis State 


L 


53-55 


Mid-Winter Festival 

(CoUege Park, Md.) 

12-29-55 Michigan State 


L 


75-95 


12-30-55 St. Francis (Pa.) 


W 


75-66 


Preseason NIT 

(New Yoik. H.V.) 

11-17-99 San Francisco' 


W 


71-61 


11-19-99 Tulane' 


W 


78-70 


11-24-99 vs. Kentucky 


L 


58-61 


11-26-99 vs. Notre Dame 


W 


72-67 



1 -College Park, Md. (Cole Field House) 

Puerto Rico Shootout 

(Bayamon, P.R.) 

11-26-98 vs.AU-PuertoRico W 



82-32 




11-27-98 vs. UCLA 


W 


70-54 


11-28-98 vs. Pittsburgh 


W 


87-52 (champions) 


Rainbow Classic 

(Honolulu, Hawaii) 

12-25-84 vs. Iowa 


W 


78-68 (OT) 


12-27-84 vs. Hawaii 


W 


79-71 


12-28-84 vs. Georgia Tech 


L 


69-70 


12-27-96 vs. Pittsburgh 


W 


66-63 


12-28-96 vs. Hawaii 


W 


76-59 


12-30-96 vs. Georgia 


L 


65-73 (OT) 


Sugar Bowl Tournament 

(New Orleans, La.) 

12-28-57 vs. Vanderbilt W 71-56 


12-30-57 vs. Memphis State 


L 


4647 (30T) 


12-29-58 vs. Mississippi State 


L 


45-56 


12-30-58 vs. Loyola (Md.) 


W 


54-50 


12-29-61 vs. Mississippi State 


L 


62-64 


12-30-61 vs. Louisville 


L 


64-83 


12-29-65 vs. Houston 


W 


69-68 


12-30-65 vs. Dayton 


W 


77-75 (champions) 


Sun Bowl Tournament 

(El Paso, Texas) 

12-29-88 vs. Lamar W 


74-65 


12-30-88 vs. Texas-El Paso 


L 


51-69 


Sun Carnival Tournament 

(□ Paso, Texas) 

12-21-67 vs. Texas-El Paso L 53-70 


12-22-67 vs. Southem Illinois 


L 


72-73 (OT) 


Tip-Off Tournament 

(Landover, Md.) 

11-27-77 vs.Amencan 


W 


78-65 



11-28-77 vs. Georgetown 



W 91 -87 ( champions) 



Virginia Tech Tournament 



(Blacksburg, Va.) 

12-20-63 vsJennessee 



59-70 



12-21-63 vs. Louisiana State 



W 75-65 



2005 IVIaul Invitational 



iMP 




2002 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACC CHAMPl G N S - 



iCC Tournament History 



1954, Revnolds Coliseum (Raleiqh, 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 


1955, Reynolds Goliseum (Raleigh, N.C.) 

#3 Maryland lost to #6 Virqinia 67-68 (ot) 


H: 33-35 R: 59-59 


1956, Reynolds Coliseum (Raleigh, N.C.) 

#5 Maryland lost to #4 Duke 69-94 


H: 33-44 


1957, Reynolds Coliseum (Raleigh, N.C.) 

#2 Maryland def. #7 Virqinia 71-68 


H: 35-35 


#2 Maryland lost to #6 South Carolina 64-74 


H: 30-30 


1958, Reynolds Coliseum (Raleigh, N.C.) 

#4 Maryland def. #5 Virqinia 70-66 


H: 40-35 


#4 Maryland def, #1 Duke 71-65 (ot) 


H: 29-23 R: 61-61 


#4 Maryland def. #3 North Carolina 86-74 


H: 27-34 


I9b9, Reynolds Coliseum (Raleigh, N.C.) 

#4 Maryland lost to #5 Virginia 65-66 


H: 33-23 


1969, Reynolds Coliseum (Raleigh, N.C.) 

#3 Maryland lost to #6 N.C. State 58-74 


H: 33-36 


1961, Reynolds Coliseum (Raleigh, N.C.) 

#4 Maryland def. #5 Clemson 91-75 


H: 38-27 


#4 Maryland lost to #1 Wake Forest 76-98 


H: 27-44 


1962, Reynolds Goliseum (Raleigh, N.C.) 

#7 Maryland lost to #2 Duke 58-71 


H: 30-32 


1963, Reynolds Coliseum (Raleigh, N.C.) 

#7 Maryland lost to #2 Wake Forest 41 -80 


H: 21-34 


1964, Reynolds Coliseum (Raleigh, N.C.) 

#3 Maryland lost to #6 Clemson 67-81 


H: 29-37 


1965, Reynolds Coliseum (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 Coliseum (Raleigh, N.C.) 

#5 Maryland lost to #4 North Carolina 70-77 


H: 38-36 


1967, Greensboro Goliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

#6 Maryland lost to #3 South Carolina 52-60 H: 30-28 


1968, Charlotte Goliseum (Charlotte, N.C.) 

#6 Maryland lost to #3 N.C. state 54-63 


H: 25-29 


1969, Charlotte Coliseum (Charlotte, N.C.) 

#7 Maryland lost to #2 South Carolina 71-92 


H: 34-42 


1970, Charlotte Coliseum (Charlotte, N.C.) 

#6 Maryland lost to #3 N.C. State 57-67 


H: 31-29 


1971, Greensboro Goliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

#7 Maryland lost to #2 South Carolina 63-71 H: 27-37 


#2 Maryland def. #7 Clemson 54-52 H: 22-28 


#2 Maryland def. #4 Virqinia 63-48 


H: 35-23 


#2 Maryland lost to #1 North Carolina 64-73 


H: 29-41 


1973, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

#3 Maryland def. #6 Clemson 77-61 H: 31-26 


#3 Maryland def. #7 Wake Forest 73-65 


H: 30-34 


#3 Maryland lost to #1 N.C. State 74-76 


H: 32-32 



1974, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

#2 Maryland def. #7 Duke 85-66 H: 42-26 


#2 Maryland def. #3 North Carolina 1 05-85 


H: 50-34 


#2 Maryland lost to #1 N.C. State 100-103 (ot) 


H: 55-50 R: 97-97 


1975, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

#1 Maryland, bye 


#1 Maryland lost to #4 N.C. State 85-87 


H:4249 


1976, Capital Centre (Landover, Md.) 

#2 Maryland def. #7 Duke 80-78 (ot) 


H: 39-46 R: 74-74 


#2 Maryland lost to #6 Virqinia 65-73 


H: 31-37 


1977, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

#4 Maryland lost to #5 N.C state 72-82 H; 35-49 


1978, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

#6 Maryland def. #3 N.C. state 109-108 (3ot) H: 48-36 R; 84-84 

lot: 92-92 2ot: 98-98 


#6 Maryland lost to #2 Duke 69-81 


H: 31-37 


1979, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

#4 Maryland def. #5 Clemson 75-67 H: 40-33 


#4 Maryland lost to #1 North Carolina 79-102 


H: 29-43 


1980, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

#1 Maryland def. #8 Georqia Tech 51-49 (ot) H: 26-25 R: 43-43 


#1 Maryland def. #4 Clemson 91 -85 


H: 56-40 


#1 Maryland lost to #6 Duke 72-73 


H: 37-33 


1981, Capital Centre (Landover, Md.) 

#4 Maryland def. #5 Duke 56-53 


H: 29-22 


#4 Maryland def. #1 Virqinia 85-62 


H: 35-25 


#4 Maryland lost to #2 North Carolina 60-61 


H: 26-32 


1982, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

#5 Maryland lost to #4 N.C. State 28-40 H; 11-13 


1983, The Omni (Atlanta, Ga.) 

#3 Maryland lost to #6 Georqia Tech 58-64 (ot) 


H: 19-26 R: 47-47 


1984, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

#2 Maryland def. #7 N.C. State 69-63 H: 34-31 


#2 Maryland def. #3 Wake Forest 66-64 


H: 33-20 


#2 Maryland def. #4 Duke 74-62 


H: 27-30 


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 Georqia Tech 62-64 


H: 34-31 


1987, Capital Centre (Landover, Md.) 

#8 Maryland lost to #1 North Carolina 63-82 


H: 33-37 


1988, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

#5 Maryland def. #4 Georqia Tech 84-67 H: 43-29 


#5 Maryland lost to #1 North Carolina 64-74 


H: 29-35 


1989, The Omni (Atlanta, Ga.) 

#8 Maryland def. #1 N.C. State 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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#8 Maryland def. #9 Clemson 81-75 


H: 36-39 




#8 Maryland lost to #1 Duke 87-94 


H:4449 




1993, Charlotte CoUseum (Charlotte, N.C.) 

#8 Maryland def. #9 N.C. State 76-55 


H: 31-26 




#8 Maryland lost to #1 North Carolina 66-1 02 


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 


#3 Maryland lost to #2 No. Carolina 92-97(ot) 


H:3643 


R: 86-86 


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 Coliseum (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.) 

#3 Maryland def. #6 Georgia Tech 83-65 H: 43-33 


#3 Maryland lost to #2 North Carolina 73-83 (ot) 


H: 30-26 


R: 66-66 


1999, Charlotte Coliseum (Charlotte, N.C.) 

#2 Maryland def. #8 Florida State 93-69 


H: 42-30 




#2 Maryland lost to #3 Nortfi Carolina 79-86 


H: 34-40 




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#2 Maryland def. #7 Florida State 82-61 


H; 43-24 




#2 Maryland def. #5 NC State 82-73 


H: 36-37 


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#2 Maryland lost to #1 Duke 68-81 


H: 36-37 




2001, Georgia 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 Coliseum (Charlotte, N.C.) 

#1 Maryland def. #8 Florida State 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 Nortti 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; 26-45 




#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 




2008, Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) 

#6 Maryland def. #11 Georgia Tech 82-64 H: 42-27 


#6 Maryland lost to #3 Boston College 80-66 


H: 2241 




2007, St. Pete Times Forum (Tampa, Fla.) 

#5 Maryland lost to #1 2 Miami 67-62 


H: 37-24 




2008, Bobcats Arena (Charlotte, N.C.) 

#6 Maryland lost to #11 Boston College 71-68 


H: 31-25 








ACC Tournament Composite 

TEAM NAME W L 


Pet. 


1st 


Qtr/2nd 


Semi 


Final 


MDvs. 


North Carolina 


83 


37 


.692 


0-0 


37-12 


29-13 


17-12 


3-12 


Duke 


81 


39 


.675 


4-1 


34-16 


27-11 


16-11 


7-9 


NC State 


61 


45 


.575 


5-4 


29-20 


17-14 


10-7 


6-11 


Boston Colleqe 


4 


3 


.571 


1-0 


2-1 


1-1 


0-1 


0-2 


Wake Forest 


42 


51 


.452 


2-1 


26-27 


10-17 


4-6 


4-3 


Marvland 


41 


51 


.446 


3-3 


26-24 


9-18 


3-6 


n/a 


Georgia Tech 


20 


26 


.435 


14 


10-15 


6-4 


3-3 


4-3 


Miami 


3 


4 


.429 


3-1 


0-3 


0-0 


0-0 


1-0 


Virginia 


30 


54 


.357 


3-3 


20-32 


6-14 


1-5 


4-4 


Virginia Tech 


2 


4 


.333 


0-1 


2-1 


0-2 


0-0 


0-0 


Florida State 


7 


17 


.292 


6-5 


1-11 


0-1 


0-0 


4-0 


Clemson 


16 


55 


.225 


3-8 


11-36 


2-9 


0-2 


9-2 


South Carolina 


13 


17 


.433 


0-0 


9-9 


3-6 


1-2 


0-4 





Maryland 
Record 
By Seeds 

SeedJyrsJ Record (Titles) 



Maryland's Individual Game 
Highs 

Points : 38, Walt Williams vs. Clems on, 1992; Albert King vs. Clemson, 1980 
FG: 17, Albert King vs. Clemson. 1980 



No. 1 (3) 


3-3 


No, 2 (9) 


13-8(1) 


No. 3 (8) 


5-8 


No. 4 (6) 


7-5(1) 


No. 5 (9) 


3-9 


No. 6 (7) 


6-6 


No. 7 (5) 


0-5 


No. 8 (5) 


3-5 


No. 9 (0) 


0-0 



FGA; 30, Will Hetzel vs. Soutti Carolina, 1969; Bob Kes slervs. Duke, 1956 

FG%: .846. John Gilchrist (11-13) vs. NC Slate, 2004 

3FGi6. 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 Gilchrist (4-4) vs. 

Wake Forest, 2004 

FT: 1 3, Keith Booth vs. Clemson, 1997; John John son vs. N,C. State, 1989 
FTA: 15, John Johnson vs. N.C. Slate, 1989 



FT% : 1.000, Bill Stasiulalis (12-12) vs. Wake Forest, 1961 

Reb:'l 8, Larry Gibson vs. N.C. Slate 1978 

Ast: 11, Steve Blake vs. NC Stale, 2002; Steve Blake vs. Duke, 2001; Dutch 

Moriey 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 Carolin a, 1,989 



ACC Tournament Fast Facts 

• The only time that four players on one team scored 20 or more points in an 
ACC ToumamenI game: John Lucas (24). Owen Brown (22), Mo Howard (20) 
and Tom McMillen (20) scored 86 of Maryland's 1 05 points in the Terps' 105-85 
semifinal victory over North Carolina in 1974. 

• The 2004 Maryland basketball team captured the ACC Title, winning the 
conference tournament for the third time in history and the first time since 
1984. The Terrapins defeated No. 3 seed Wake Forest (87-86), No. 2 seed 
NC State (85-82) and No. 1 seed Duke (95-87 (OT) to mari( the third time in 
ACC Tournament history that a team has knocked off the top three seeds. 

• John Gilchnst was named the 2004 ACC Tournament MVP, becoming the first 
Terrapin to eam 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 Stale in the semifinal round. 



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'ostseason History 



NCAA Appearances 



NCAA Appearances: 22 



Overall Record: 36-21 



Natonal 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 Reqional Semifinals 


n/a 


1973 


East Reqional Final 


n/a 


1975 


Midwest Reqional Final 


n/a 



1980 East Reqional Semifinal 



1981 Mideast Regional Second Round 6 

1983 Midwest Regional Second Round 8 

1984 Mideast Regional Semifinals 3 



1985 Southeast Regional Semifinal 



5 



1 986 West Re gi onal Second Round 5 

1988 Sout heast Regional Sec ond Round 7 

1994 Midwe st Re qiona l Semifinals 10 

1995 West Regional Semifinals 3 

1996 West Regional First Round 7 

1997 Southeast Regional First Round 5 

1 998 West Regional Semifinals 4 

1999 Southeast R eqional Se mifinals 



2000 Midwest Reqi onal Sec ond Round 3 

2001 West Reqional Champi ons/Fin a l Four 3 

2002 NCAA& Ea st Reg ional Champions 1 

2003 South Reqion Semifinals 6 

2004 Denver Second Round 4 

2007 Midwest Second Round 4 

1958 

East Reg ional, First Round 

Site: N e w York, N.Y. 

Maryland 88, Boston College 63 (3-11-58) 

East Regional, SemifinalsfThird Place Game 
Site: Charlotte, N.C. 



Temple 81, Maryland 67 (3-14-58) 



Maryland 59, Manhattan 55 (3-15-58) 



1973 

East Regional, First Round 



Site: Charlotte, N.C. 



First Round Bye 



East Regional, Semifinal/Final 



Site: at Charlotte, N.C 



Maryland 91, Syracuse 75 (3-15-73) 

Providence 103, Maryland 89 (3-17-73) 

1975 

Midwest Regional, First Round 

Site: Lubbock, Texas 

Maryland 83, Creighton 79 (3-15-75) 

Midwest Regional, Semifinal/Final 

Site: Las Cruces, N.M. 

Maryland 83, Notre Dame 71 (3-20-75) 
Louisville 96, Maryland 82 (3-22-75) 

1980 

East Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Greensboro, N.C. 

First Round Bye 

No. 2 Maryland 86, No. 7 Tennessee 75 (3-8-80) 

East Regional, Semifinal 

Site: Philadelphia, Pa. 

No. 3 Georgetown 74, No. 2 Maryland 68 (3-14-t 



1981 

Mide ast Regiona l, 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, Texas 

No. 8 Maryland 52 , No. 9 Tenn. Chattanooga 51 

(3-17-83) 

No. 1 Houston 60, No. 8 Maryland 50 (3-19-83) 

1984 

Mideast Regional, FirstySecond Rounds 

Site: Birmingham, Ala. 

First Round Bye 

No. 3 Maryland 102, No. 11 West Virginia 77 (3-17-8' 

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) 

(3-15-85) 

No. 5 Maryland 64 , No. 13 Navy 59 (3-17-85)_ 

Southeast Regional, Semifinal ^_ 

Site: Birmingha m, Ala. 

No. 8 Villanova 46, No. 5 Maryland 43 (3-22-85) 

1986 

West Regional. Fir st/Second Rounds 

Site : Lo ng 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 Barbara 82 

(3-18-88) 

No. 2 Kentucky 90, No. 7 Maryland 81 (3-20-88) 
* Maryland's 1988 NCAA Tournament appearance 
was vacated by the NCAA. 

1994 

Midwest Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: W ichita, Kan. 

No. 10 Maryland 74, No. 7 St. Louis 67 (3-17-94) 
No. 10 Maryland 95, No. 2 Massachusetts 87 (3-19-94) 



Midwest Regional, Semifinal 



Site: Dallas, Texas 



No. 3 Michigan 78, No. 10 Maryland 71 (3-25-94 

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, Semifinal 



Site: Oakland, Calif. 



No. 2 Connecticut 99, No. 3 Maryland 89 (3-23-95) 



1996 

West Regional, First Round 



Site: Tempe, Ariz. 



No. 10 Santa Clara 91, No. 7 Maryland 79 (3-15-96) 



1997 

Southeast Regional, First Round 



Site: Memphis, Tenn. 



No. 12 Charleston 75, No. 5 Maryland 66 (3-13-97) 

1998 

West Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Sacramento, Calif. 

No. 4 Maryland 82, No. 13 Utah State 68 (3-13-98) 
No. 4 Maryland 67. No. 5 Illinois 61 (3-15-98) 



West Regional, Semifinal 



Site: Anaheim, Calif. 



No. 1 Arizona 87, No. 4 Maryland 79 (3-19-98) 

1999 

South Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Orlando, Fla^ 

No, 2 Maryland 82, No. 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 SI John's 76. No. 2 Maryland 63 (3-18-99) 

2000 

Midwest Regio nal, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Mi nneapolis, Minn. 

No. 3 Maryland 74, No. 14 lona 59 (3-16-00) 
No. 6 UCLA 105. No. 3 Maryland 70 (3-18-00) 

2001 

West Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Boi se, Idaho 

No 3 Maryland 83. No J4 Georg e Mason 80 (3-15-01) 
No 3 Maryland' 7 9, No. 11 G e orgia State 60 (3-17-01) 

West Regional S emifinal/Final 

S[te: An aheim, Calif. 

No. 3 Maryland 76, No. 10 Georgetown 66 (3-22-01) 
No. 3 Maryland 87, No. 1 Stanford 73 (3-24-01) 
Final Four 



Site: Minn eapolis, Minn. 



No. 1 Puke 95. No. 3 Maryland 84 (3-31-01) 

2002 

East Regional, First/Second Rounds 

Site: Washingt on, D.C. 

No_1 Maryland 85. No, 16 Sie na 70 (3-15-02) 
No, (Maryland 87. No. 8 Wisconsin 57 (3-17-02) 



East Regional Semifinal/Final 



Site: Syracuse, N.Y 



No. 1 Maryland 78, No. 4 Kentucky 68 (3-22-02) 
No. 1 Maryland 90, No. 2 Connecticut 82 (3-24-02) 
Final Four 



Site: Atlanta, Ga. 



No. 1 Maryland 97, No. 1 Kansas 88 (3-30-02) 
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-( 
No. 6 Maryland 77. No. 3 Xavier 64 (3-23-03) 



South Regional Semifinal 



Site: San Antonio, Texas 



No. 7 Michigan State 60, No. 6 Maryland 58 (3-28-03) 

2004 

Denver Regional, 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) 



2007 

Midwest Regional, First/Second Rounds 



Site: Buffalo, N.Y 



No. 4 Maryland 82, No. 13 Davidson (3-15-07) 
No. 5 Butler 62, No. 4 Maryland 59 (3-17-07) 



NIT 
Appearances 

Overall Record: 11-6 
Championships: 1 (1972) 

Overall 
Appearances 

Year Maryland's Result 



1972 
1979 
1982 



Champions 



Second Round 



Second Round 



1990 
2005 
2006 
2008 



Second Round 



Semifinals 



First Round 



Second Round 



1972 

First Round/Quarterfinals (16 Teams) 



Site: New York, N.Y 



Maryland 67, St. Joseph's 55 (3-18-72) 
Maryland 71, Syracuse 65 (3-20-72) 



Semifinals/Championship 



Site: New York, N.Y 



Maryland 91 , Jacksonville 77 (3-23-72) 
Maryland 100, Niagara 69 (3-25-72) 

1979 

First Round/Second Round (24 teams) 
Site: College Park, Md. 

Maryland 67, Rhode Island 65 (3-7-79) (3 OT) 
Ohio State 79, Maryland 72 (3-1J-79) 



1982 

First Round (32 Teams) 



Site: Richmond, Va. 



Maryland 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: State College, Pa. 



Penn State 80. Maryland 78 (3-19-90) 



2005 

First Round (40 Teams) 



Site: College Park, Md. 



Maryland 85, Oral Roberts 72 (3-16-05) 



Second Round 



Site: College Park, Md. 



Maryland 78, Davidson 63 (3-23-05) 



Quarterfinals 



Site: College Park, Md. 



Maryland 85, TCU 73 (3-26-05) 



Semifinals 



Site: New York, N.Y 



South Carolina 75, Maryland 67 (3-29-05) 



2006 

First Round (40 Teams) 



Site: College Park, Md. 



Manhattan 87, Maryland 84 (3-18-06) 



2008 

First Round (32 Teams) 



Site: Minneapolis, Minn. 



Maryland 68, Minnesota 58 (3-18-08) 



Second Round 



Site: Syracuse, N.Y 



Syracuse 88, Maryland 72 (3-20-C 



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All career records require participation in a minimum 
two NCAA Tournarrents, Series records require 
participation in a minimum two tournament games- 
Single game abbreviations: 1 R-First Round; 2R-Second 
Round; RSF-Regional Semifinal; RF-Regional Final; 
NSF-Nalional Semifinal; NF-National Final, Three-point 
records are since Maryland's participation in the 1988 
tournament. Blocks and steals records begin with ttie 
t975 tournament, assists records begin in Ifie 1973 
tournament. 



Career - Gaines Played 

1. Steve Blake (00, 01, 02, 03) 


16 


TatiiHolden(00,01,02,03) 


16 


Drew Nicholas (00, 01, 02, 03) 


16 


LonnvBaxler(99,00,01,02) 


16 


Juan Dixon (99, 00, 01, 02) 


16 


6. MikeMardesich(98,99,00,01) 


13 


Terence Morris (98, 99, 00, 01) 


13 


Career - Games Started 

1. Steve Blake (00, 01, 02, 03) 


16 


Lenny Baxter (99, 00,01,02) 


16 


3. Juan Dixon (99, 00, 01, 02) 


13 


4. ByronMouton(01,02) 


11 


5, Terence Morris (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) 



Series - Minutes Pia 

1. Juan Dixon (02) 


yed 

219(36.5) 


2. Steve Slake (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, Adrian Branch (83, 84, 85) 


129(18.4) 


7. Joe Smith (94, 95) 


125 (20,8) 


8, Sieve 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 (02) 


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) 


67(28,5) 


Drew Nicholas (03) 


57 (19.0) 



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Game - Points 

1. Juan Dixon vs. Kansas (FF, NSF 3-30-02) 33 

2. Joe Smith vs. Texas (W, 2R, 3-18-95) 31 

Len Bias vs. UNLV (W, 2R, 3-16-86) 31 

4. Lonny Baxter vs. Connecticut (E,RF 3-24-02) 29 

Juan Dixon vs. Wisconsin (E, 2R, 3-17-02) 29 

Juan Dixon vs. Siena (E, 1R, 3-15-02) 29 

Joe Smith vs. Saint Louis (MW, 1 R, 3-17-94) 29 

8. Greg Manning vs. Tennessee (E, 2R, 3-8-80) 28 

9. Juan Dixon vs. Connecticut (E, RF 3-24-02) 27 
Johnny Rhodes vs, Sania Clara 

(W,1R, 3-15-96) 27 

John Lucas vs, Louisville (MW, RF 3-22-75) 27 

Career - Scoring Average 

1. John Lucas (73, 75) 22.2(111) 



2. Joe Smith (94, 95) 



20.8 (125) 



3. Albert King (80, 81) 



20.5 (82) 



4. Len Bias (83, 84, 85, 1 



18.7 (168) 



5. Juan Dixon (99, 00, 01, 02) 



18.4 (294) 



Series - Scoring Average 

l^Lji^Bias (86) 28.5 (57) 

2. Juan Dixon (02) 25.8(155) 

3. Albert King (81) 23.5 (47) 



Greg Manning (8[ 

5. John Lucas (75) 



23.5 (47) 



23.3 (70) 



Career - Field Goals Made 

1. JuanDixon( 99, 00, 01,02) 

2, Lonny Baxter (99, 00, 01, 02) 

a^Len Bias (83, 84, 85, SS}_ 

4. Ter enc e Morns ( 98, 99, 00, 01) 



Series - Field Goals Made 

UuatLDLxorLtOi) 52 



2. Chris W ilco x (02) 

3. Lonn y Baxter (02) 

4. Lonny Baxter (01) 

5. Juan Dixon (01) 



John Lucas 



Game - Field Goals Made 

1. Lonny Baxter vs. Stanford (W, RF 3-24-01) 




Johnny Rhodes vs. SanIa Clara 
(W,1R, 3-15-96) 




Denick Lewis vs. UC Santa Barbara 
(SE,1R, 3-18-88) 




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, RR 3-22-75) 




Nick Davis vS, Boston College 
(E,1R, 3-11-58) 




Career - Field Goals 
Attempted 

1, Juan Dixon (99, 00, 01, 02) 


205 


2. Lonny Baxter (99, 00, 01, 02) 


164 


3. Len Bias (83, 84, 85, 86) 


120 


4. Terence Morris (98, 99, 00, 01) 


114 


Series - Field Goals 
Attempted 

1, Juan Dixon (02) 


96 


2. Chris Wilcox (02) 


64 


3. Lonny Baxter (01) 


62 


4. Juan Dixon (01) 


61 


5. Lonny Baxter (02) 


57 


Game - Field Goals Attempted 

1, Albert King vs Indiana (ME, 2R, 3-14-81] 28 


2, Len Bias vs UNLV (W,2R, 3-16-86) 

3. Johnny Rhodes vs, Sanla Clara 
(W,1R, 3-15-96) 


23 
22 



^Owen^Brown vs. louisville (MW, RF, 3-22-75) 22 



Career - Field Goal Pet. 
(min. 25 att.) 



Itek Williams (80,811 _ 
2^ Greg Manning Pj81L 
3, Joe Smith (94, 95) 



.667(260( 39) 



,609 (28 of 46) 



4. John Lucas (73, 75) 



,556 (45 of 81) 



,554 (46 of 63) 



Joe Smith 

Series - Field Goal Pet. 
(min. 15 att.) 

1. LenBias(83),750(12of16) 



2, Buck Williams (80) 



3. Tom McMillen (73) 



.696(160(23) 



4. Greg Manning (80) 



.692(180(26) 



.690 (20 of 29) 



Game - Field Goal Pet. 
(min. 8 att.) 

1 . Ben Coleman vs. West Virginia 
(ME, 2R, 3-17-84) 



2. Laron Profit vs. Valparaiso 
(S,1R, 3-11-99) 



Buck Williams vs, Georgetown 
(E, RSF 3-14-80) 



Tom McMillen vs. Syracuse 
(E, RSF, 3-1 5-73) 



3 (8 of 9) 
(8 of 10) 
(8 of 10) 
(8 of 10) 



Career - 3-Polnt 
Field Goals Made 

1, Juan Dixon (99, 00,01,02) 



2. Steve Bl ake (00, 01, 02, 03) 



Drew Nicholas (00, 01, 02,J)3) 

4, Sar unas Jasikevicius (95,96, 97, 1 



_38 

_17 

J7 

10 



Series - 3-Point 
Field Goals Made 

1 Juan DixonlO?) 

2, Jua n Dixon (01) 



Keith Gatlin (. 



4. Jrew Nicholas (03) 

Sarunas Jasikevicius ( 96) 



Game - 3-Point 
Field Goals Made 

1. Mike Jones »s Buller (MW, 2 R, 3-17-07) 



Drew Nicholas vs. UNC Wilmington 
(S, 1R, 3-21-03) 



Juan Dixon vs. Kansas (FF NSF, 3-3 0-02) 

Juan Dixon vs Siena (E, 1R, 3-15-02) 

Keiiti Gatlin vs, UC Sanla Bartjara 

(SE, 1 R, 3-16-86) 



«s» 



tSfv* 



Career - 3-Paint Field Goals 
Alt. 

t Juan Di xon(99, 00, 01,02) 

2. Drew Nicholas (00, 01,02,03) ; 



3. Sie ve Blake (00 ,01,02,03) 

4. Duane Simpkins (94, 95, 96) 



5. Terence Morris (98, 99, 00, 01) 



Series - 3-Paint Field Goals 
Alt. 

1. Juan Dixon (02) 



2. Juan Dixon (01) 



3. Sieve Blake (02) 



4. Drew Nicholas (03) 



5. Drew Nicholas (02) 



19 



Game - 3-Point Field Goals 
Alt. 

1. Juan Dixon vs. Kansas (FF, NSF. 3-30-02) 11 



2. Juan Dixon vs. Duke (FF. NSF 3-31-01) 



10 



3. Drew Nicholas vs. UNC Wilmington 

(S,1R, 3-21-03) 

Juan Dixon vs Kentucky (E, RS F 3-22-02) 
Juan Dixon vs Siena (E.IR. 3-12-02) 



Keith Gallin vs. Kentucky (SE, 2R, 3-20-£ 



Keith Gatlin vs. UC Santa Barbara 
(SE,1R, 3-18-88) 

Career - 3FG Pet. 
(min. 10 att.) 

1. Keilh Gatlin (84, 85. 86. 88) 



.563 (9 of 16) 



2. Sarunas Jasikevicius (95, 96, 97, ! 



.500 (10 of 20) 



3. Juan Dixon (99, 00, 01, 02) 



.432 (38 of 88) 



Series - 3FG Pet. (min. 7 att.) 

1. Sarunas Jasikevicius (98) .615 (8 of 13) 



2. Keith Gatlin ( 



.563(90116) 



3. Juan Dixon (02) 



.51 2 (22 of 43) 



4. Steve Blake (01) 



.500 (6 of 12) 



5. Terence Morris (' 



Teyon McCoy (I 



.429 (3 of 7) 



.429 (3 of 7) 



Game - 3FG Pet. (min. 3 att.) 

1 . Sarunas Jasikevicius vs. Illinois 

(W, 2R, 3-14-98) 1.000 (4 of 4) 

Duane Simpkins vs. Massachuseds 

(M W, 2R, 3-19-94) 1.000 (4 of 4) 



Steve Blake vs. Stanford 
(W, RR 3-24-01) 



4. Mike Jones vs. Butler 
(MW,2R, 3017-07) 



1.000 (3 of 3) 



.833 (5 of 6) 



5. Tahj Holden vs. Stanford 
(W, RF, 3-24-01) 



.750 (3 of 4) 



Career - Free Throws Made 

1. LonnyBaxler(99.00,01,02) 



2. Juan Dixon (99, 00, 01, 02) 



3. Len Bias (83, 84, 85, 1 



_69 

J8 

38 



4. Adrian Branch (83, 84, 85) 



5. Tahj Holden (01, 02, 03, 04) 



JZ 
35 



Series - Free Throws Made 

1. Lonny Baxter (02) 30 



2. Juan Dixon (02) 



29 



3. Lonny Baxter (01) 



Len Bias (86)21 



5. Joe Smith (94) 



20 



Tom Young (58) 



20 



Game - Free Throws Made 

1. Lonny Baxter vs. Connecticut (E,RF, 3-24-02) 15 

2. LenBiasvs.Pepperdine(W,1R, 3-14-86) 12 



3. Joe Smith vs. Texas (W, 2R. 3-18-95) 



11 



Rudy Archer vs. UC Santa Barbara 

(SE.1R, 3-18-88) 

5. Byron Moulon vs. George Mason 

(W,1R, 3-15-01) 

Joe Smilh vs. Saint Louis (MW, 1R, 3-17-94) 
Len Bias vs. UNLV(W,2R, 3-16-86) 



Career - Free Throws Att. 

1. Lonny Baxter (99, 00, 01,02) 



105 



2. Juan Dixon (99, 00,01,02) 



3. Keith Booth (94, 95, 96, 97) 



Adrian Branch (83, 84, 85) 



5. Joe Smith (94, 95) 



Series - Free Throws Att. 

1. Lonny Baxter (02) 



2. Lonny Baxter (01) 



3. Juan Dixon (02) 



33 



4. Keith Booth (94) 



5. Joe Smith (94) 



25 



Tom Young (58) 



25 



Game - Free Throws Att. 

1. Lonny Baxter vs. Connecticut (E, RF, 3-24-02) 18 

2. Joe Smith vs. Texas (W, 2R, 3-18-95) 16 



3. Len Bias vs. Pepperdine (W, 1R, 3-14-i 



14 



4. Lonny Baxter vs. Georgetown 
(W, RSF, 3-22-01) 



13 



Career - Free Throw Pet. 
(min. 12 att.) 

1. ByronMouton(01,02) .929 (26 of 28) 

2. Drew Nicholas (00, 01, 02, 03) .889 (32 of 36) 



3. Len Bias (83, 84, 85, 8 



M38of44) 



John Lucas (73, 75) 



t (19 of 22) 



5. Juan Dixon (99, 00.01,02) 



.829 (58 of 70) 



Series - Free Throw Pet. 
(min. 10 att.) 

1. Tahj Holden (02) 1.000(15of15) 



2. Byron Mouton (02) 



.941 (16 of 17) 



3. Rudy Archer (i 



.929 (13 of 14) 



4. Steve Sheppard (75) 



.917 (11 of 12) 



5. LenBias(86).913(21of23) 



Game - Free Throw Pet. 
(min. 7 att.) 

1. Byron Mouton vs. George Mason 



(W,1R, 3-15-01) 


1.000 (9 of 9) 


LenBiasvs.UNLV 
(W,2R, 3-16-86) 


1.000 (9 of 9) 


John Lucas vs. Notre 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. RudyArchervs.UC Santa Barbara 
(SE,1R, 3-18-88) 


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 

1. Joe Smith vs. Texas (W, 2R, 3-18-95) 21 


2. Tom Roy vs. Louisville (MW.RF, 3-22-75) 20 


3. Ryan Randle vs. UNC Wilmington 
(S,1R, 3-21-03) 


16 


Buck Williams vs. UT-Chattanooga 
(ME, 1R, 3-12-81) 


16 


5. Keilh Booth vs. Gonzaga(W,1R, 3-16-95) 15 


Joe Smith vs. Saint Louis (MW, 1R, 3-17-94) 15 


Buck Williams vs. Georgetown 
(E, RSF, 3-14-80) 


15 



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Juan Dixon 

Career - Rebounding Aver- 
age 



1. Buck Williams (80, 81) 


12.5(50) 


2. Joe Smith (94, 95) 


12.2 (73) 


3. ErnestGraham(80, 81) 


8.8 (35) 


4. Lonny Baxter (99, 00, 01, 02) 


8.6(137) 


5. Keith Booth (94, 95) 


8.5 (68) 


Series - Rebounding 
Average 

1. Joe Smith (95) 


13.0 (39) 


Buck Williams (81) 


13.0 (26) 


3. Keith Booth (95) 


12.3(37) 


4. Buck Williams (80) 


12.0 (24) 


Len Elmore (73) 


12.0 (24) 


Career - Assists 

1. Steve Blake (00, 01, 02, 03) 


97(6.1) 


2. Keilh Gallin (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 (02) 


40 (6.7) 


2. Steve Blake (01) 


30(6.0) 


3. Keith Gallin (85) 


24 (8.0) 


4. Duane Simpkins (94) 


22(7.3) 


Single Game - Assists 

1. Keith Gallin vs. Navy (SE,2R, 3-17-85) 


12 


2. Steve Blake vs. Kansas (FF, NSF, 3-30-02) 11 


Steve Blake vs. Siena (E, 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. Sieve Blake (00, 01, 02, 03) 


6.1 (97) 


3. Duane Simpkins (94, 95, 96) 


5.4 (38) 


4. Terrell Stokes (96, 97, 98, 99) 


4.9 (39) 


Series - Assists Average 

1. Keith Gatlin (84) 8.5(17) 


2. Keith Gatlin (85) 


8.0 (24) 


3. Keith Gatlin (86) 


7.5(15) 


4. Duane Simpkins (94) 


7.3(22) 


Career - Blocked Shots 

1. Terence Morris (98, 99, 00, 01) 


21 


2. LonnyBaxter(99,00,01,02) 


22 


3. Joe Smith (94, 95) 


14 




Buck Williams 

Derrick Lewis (85, 86) 


14 


5. Tahj Holden (00, 01, 02, 03) 


12 


Series - Blocked Shots 

1. Lonny Baxter (02) 


13 


Terence Morris (01) 


8 


Joe Smith (95) 


8 


4. Chris Wilcox (02) 


7 


Game - Blocked Shots 

1. Joe Smith vs. Texas (W, 2R, 3-18-95) 


7 


2. James Gist vs. Butler (MW, 2R, 3-1 7-07) 


4 


Chris Wilcox vs. Kansas (FF NSR 3-30-02) 


4 


Lonny Baxter vs. Wisconsin (E, 2R, 3-17-02) 


4 


Terence Morris vs. Georgetown 
(W. RSF 3-22-01) 


4 


Lonny Baxter vs. lona (MW, 1R, 3-16-00) 


4 


Derrick Lewis vs. UNLV (W, 2R, 3-16-86) 


4 


Derrick Lewis vs. Miami-OH 
(SE,1R, 3-15-85) 


4 J 


Career - Steals 

1. Juan Dixon (99, 00, 01, 02) 




2, Steve Blake (00, 01, 02, 03) 


27I 


3. Johnny Rhodes (94, 95, 96) 


15« 


4. Terence Morris (98, 99, 00, 01) 


14 1 


5. Byron Mouton (01, 02) 


I3I 


Series - Steals 

1. Juan Dixon (01) 


I4I 


2. Juan Dixon (02) 


121 


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, NSR 3-30-02) 


5 


Johnny Rhodes vs. Sante Clara (W, 1R, 3-15-96) 5 | 


Derrick Lewis vs. UC Santa Barbara 
(SE,1R, 3-18-89) 


= J 


5. Juan Dixon vs. Georgia State (W, 2R, 3-17-01) 


^1 


Steve Francis vs. Creighton (S, 2R, 3-13-99) 


4' 


Johnny Rhodes vs. Michigan (MW, RSF 3-24-94) 4 | 


Joe Smilh vs. Texas (W, 2R, 3-18-95) 


^ 


Albert King vs, Georgetown (E, RSF, 3-14-80) 


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RECRUITING GUIDE 



NCAA Team Records 



Maryland Team 

Largest Margin of Victory 

30 vs. Wisconsin (87-57), 3-17-02 

Largest Margin of Defeat 

35 vs. UCLA (105-701, 3-18-00; vs. Indiana (99-64), 3-14-81 

Overtime Periods 

1- Maryland def. Miami-OH, 69-68, 3-15-85 

Points 

Series High- 502 in 2002 (6 games) 

Single Game High- 102 vs. West Virginia, 3-17-84 

Single Game lovi- 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) 

Field 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 

Field 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 Pet. 

Series High- .583 in 1980 (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 
Sing le Game Low- .271 vs. Manhattan (16 of 59), 3-1 5-58 

3-Point Field Goals Made 

Series High- 37 in 2002 (6 games) 

Single Game High- 11 vs. Arizona, 3-19-93 

Single Game Low- vs. Texas, 3-18-95 

3-Point Field Goals Attempted 

Series High- 93 in 20 02 (6 g ames) 



Single Game High- 29 vs. Santa Clara, 3-15-96 

Single Game Low- 5 vs. Texas, 3-18-95; 

vs. Saint Louis, 3-17-94 

3-Point Field Goal Pet. 

Series High- .410 in 1988 (16 of 39. 2 games) 

Series Low- .262 in 1995 (11 of 42. 3 games) 

Single Game High- .800 vs. Massachusetts (8 of 10), 3-19-94 
Single Game Low- .000 vs. Texas (0 of 5). 3-18-95 

Free Throws Made 

Series Hi gh- 124 in 2 002 (6 games) 

Single Gam e High- 31 v s. Connecticul, 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 Pet. 

Series High- .824 in 1985 (28 of 34, 3 games) 

Series Low- .588 in 1983 (20 of 34. 2 games); 

in 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 

Rebounds 

Series High- 231 in 2002 (6 games) 

Single Game High- 54 vs. Davidson, 3-15-07; vs. Boston College, 
3-11-58 



Single Game Low- 23 vs. Kentucky, 3-20-E 
Houston, 3-19-83 



; vs. Navy. 3-17-85; vs. 



Rebounding Average 

Series High- 48.3 in 1995 (145 in 3 games) 



Series Low- 25.0 in 1988 (50 in 2 games) 



Fouls 

Series High- 108 in 2001 (5 games) 



Single Game High- 31 vs. Santa Clara. 3-15-96 



Single Game Low- 11 vs. Illinois. 3-14-i 



Assists 

Series High- 102 in 2002 (6 games) 



Single 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) 

Single Game High- 8 vs. Butler. 3-17-07; vs. Miami-OH, 3-15-85 
Single Game Low- vs. several opponents 



Steals 

Series High- 50 in 2002 (6 games) 



Single Game High- 13 vs. Santa Clara. 3-15-96 
Single Game Low- 1 vs. Houston, 3-19-83; 
vs. Notre Dame. 3-20-75 



Opponent Team 

Points 

Series High- 417 in 2002 ( 6 games) 

Single Game High- 105 by UCLA, 3-18-00 
Single Game Low - 46 b y Villanova, 3-22-85 



Scoring Average 

Series High- 89.0 in 1973 (178 in 2 g ames) 



Series Low- 55.5 in 1983 (111 in 2 games) 



Field Goals Made 

Series High- 146 in 2002 (6 g ames) 



Single Game Hig h- 43 by P rovidence, 3-17-83 



Single Game Low- 17 by Villanova. 3-22-85; 
by Boston Colle g e. 3-11-58 



Field Goals Attempted 

Series High- 365 in 2002 (6 gamesj _ 



Single Game High- 74 by Connecticut, 3-23-95 
Single Game Low- 39 by Houston, 3-1M3 

Field Goal Pet. 

Series High- ,570 in 1973 (77 of 135. 2 games)_ 
Series Low- 343 in 1958 (68 of 198. 3 games)_ 



Single Game High- .651 by Indiana (41 of 63). 3-14-81 
Single Game Low- .243 by Boston College 

(17 of 70). 3-11-58 



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3-Point Field Goals Made 

Series High- 46 in 2002 (6 games) 



Single Game High- 14 by UCLA, 3-18-00 



Single Game Low- 3 by Utah State, 3-12-98; by Texas, 3-18-95; by 
Massachusetts. 3-19-94 

3-Point Field Goals Attempted 

Series High- 124 in 2002 (6 games) 

Single Game High- 37 by Davidson. 3-15-07 

Single Game Low- 9 by Kentucky 3-20-88 

3-Point Field Goal Pet. 

Series High- .517 in 1988 (15 of 29. 2 games) 

Series Low- .250 in 1995 (15 of 60. 3 games) 

Single Game High- .560 by UCLA (14 of 25). 3-18-00 

Single Game Low- .143 by Texas (3 of 21). 3-18-95 

Free Throws Made 

Series High- 98 in 2001 (5 games) 

Single Game High- 34 by Santa Clara. 3-15-96 

Single Game Low- 2 by Indiana, 4-1-02 



Free Throws Attempted 

Series High- 137 in 2001 (5 games) 



Single Game High- 41 by Santa Clara. 3-15-96 



Single Game Low- 6 by Illinois. 3-14-91 



Free Throw Pet. 

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-Chattanooqa (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 George town. 3-22-01 



Single G ame Low - 9 by Ind iana, 3-14-81 



Assists 

Series High- 85 in 2002.{Lgami.sI 



Single Game High- 28 by UCLA. 3-16-00 



Single Game Low- 5 by Texas, 3-18-95 



Blocked Shots 

Series High- 23 in 2002 ( 6 games); in 2001 15 games) 

Single Game High- 8 by St. John's. 3-18-99; 

by Arizon a, 3-19-98 



Single Gam e Low- by several o pponents 



Steals 

Series High- 43 in 2002 (6 games)_ 
Single Game High- 14 by CreiqWon, 3-13-99 



Single Game Low- by Notre Dame, 3-20-75 






ICAA Team Miscellany 



All-Time Roster - 

NCAA Tournament Games 



Jeff Adkins (7-7; 83, 84, 85) 



Rudy Archer (2-2; 88) 



B 

Earl Badu (2-0; 00, 02) 



Taylor Baldwin (3-0; 80. 81) 



Jeff Baxter (9-2; 83, 84, 85, 86) 



Lonny Baxter (16-16; 99, 00. 01, 02) 



Jerry Bechtle (2-0; 58) 



Len Bias (9-9; 83, 84, 85, i 



Steve Blai(e (16-16; 00, 01. 02, 03) 



Bob Bodell (2-2; 73) 



Keith Bootii (8-8; 94, 95, 96. 97) 



Nick Bosnic (3-0; 94) 



II Bowers (2-0; 07) 



John Boyle (1-0; 75) 



Adrian Branch (7-7; 83, 84, 



Wayne Bristol (6-0; 94, 95) 



Dan-ell Brown (2-0; 73) 



Owen Brown (5-3; 73, 75) 



Parrish Brown (2-0; 07) 



Al Bunge (3-3; 58) 



Nik Caner-Mediey (5-4; 03, 1 



LaRon Cephas (5-0; 98, 99, 1 



Ben Coleman (4-4; 83. 84) 



Andre Colling (5-0; 02, 03) 



Gene Danko (3-0; 58) 



Brad Davis (3-3; 75) 



Nick Davis (3-3; 58) 



Dave Dickerson (3-0; 86. 1 



Juan Dixon (16-13; 99, 00. 01. 02) 



Chuck Drieseil (1-0; 84) 



E 

Objnna Ek ezie (5-5; 96, 97, 98) 



Rodney Elliott (74; 95. 96, 97, 1 



Len Elmore (2-2; 73) 



F 

Ed Farmer (2-1; 83) 



Nomia n F ields (3-0; 96, 99) 



Mark Foth ergill (4-1; 83-84) 



Steve Francis (3-3; 99) 



John Gilchrist (5-2; 03, 04) 



James Gist (2-2; 07) 



Travis Garrison (5-2; 03, 04) 



KeithGatlin(9-7;84,85,86,l 



Ernest Graham (4-4; 80, 81) 



Mike Grinnon (1-0; 02) 



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3illyHahn(4-0;73,75) 



Matt Hahn (2-0; 99, 00) 



JimHalleck(3-0;58) 



Eric Haves (2-0; 07) 



Exree Hipp (7-7; 94, 95. 96) 



PeteHolbert(1-0;84) 



TahiHoMen(164;00,01,02,03) 



Steve Hood (2-0; 8 



Maurice Howard (5-0; 73, 75) 



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Ekene Ibekwe (4-2, 04, 07) 



Regpie Jackson (4-4; 80, 81) 



Sarunas Jasikevicius (7-3; 95, 96, 97, ! 



John Johnson (1-0; 86) 



Mike Jones (4-2; 04, 07) 



Tom Jones (5-0; 85, 1 



DonnyJudd(3-0;94,95) 



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Albert King (4-4; 80, 81) 



MattKovarik(9-0;94,95,97,! 



PeteKrukar(1-0;58) 



Denick lewis (7-7; 85, 1 



Teny Long (7-2; 84, 85, 8 



John Lucas (5-5; 73, 75) 



Mario Lucas (7-0; 94, 95, 96) 



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Greg Manning (4-4; 80, 81) 



MikeMardesich(13-0;98,99,00,01) 



Tony Massenburg (2-2; 88) 



CalvinMcCall(8-1;00,02,03) 



Teyon McCoy (2-0; I 



Chris 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) 



DutchMoriey(4-0;80,81) 



Terence Morris (13-10; 98, 99, 00. 01) 



Byron Mouton (11-11; 01. 02) 



Bill Murphy (2-0; 58) 



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John Nacincik (3-3; 58) 



Dave Neal (2-0; 07) 



John Newsome (1-0; 75) 



Drew Nicholas (16-3; 00. 01. 02. 03) 





Jim O'Brien (2-2; 73) 



Bamba[eO5by(2-0;07) 



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Chris Patlon (3-0; 75) 



Charies Pittman (2-0; 81) 



Rich Porac (1-0; 73) 



Laron Profit (8-7; 96, 97,! 



Ryan Randle (9-3; 02, 03) 



MattRaydo(4-0;94,95,96) 



Johnny Rhodes (7-7; 94, 95, 96) 



Sieve Rivers (4-0; 81, 83) 



Tom Roy (5-3; 73, 75) 



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Steve Sheppard (3-3; 75) 



KurtisShultz(3-0;94,95) 



Duane Simpkins (7-7; 94, 95, 96) 



Ja mar Smith (5-2; 03, 04) 



Joe Smith (6-6; 94, 95) 



Terrell Stokes (8-7; 96, 97, ! 



D.J. Strawbeny (4-2; 04, 07) 



Greivis Vasquez (2-2; 07) 



Hemian Veal (2-2; 84) 



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Rodney Walker (1-0; 8 



Brian Watkins (2-0; 99) 



Julian Weingarten (1-0; 58) 



Howard While (2-0; 73) 



Chris Wilcox (11-6; 01, 02) 



Brian Williams (2-2; 8 



Buck Williams (44; 80, 81) 



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Tom Young (3-3; 58) 



Terps On NCAA 
Ail-Tournament Teams 



Lonny Baxter 

2002 - Final Four 
2002 - East Region lUIVP 
2001 -West Region [VlVP 

Juan Dixon 

2002 -Final Four MVP 
2002 -East Region 
2001 -West Region 

Chris Wilcox 

2002 -Final Four 

Adrian Branch 

1985 -Southeast Region 

John Lucas 

1 975 -Ivlidwest Region 

Tom McMillen 
1973 -East Region 

Nicl< Davis 

1958 -East Region 




Chris Wilcox 



Juan Dixon 




John Lucas 



Tom MclMillen 



NCAA Tournament Starting Lineups 

Year Lineup 

1958 F Charies McNeil, F John Nacincik, C Al Bunge, G Nick Davis, G Tom Young 

1973. .E 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 

1961 

1983 



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 Fanner, F Mark FotherBill, C Ben Coleman. G/F Adrian Branch. G Jeff Adkins 

1984 F len Bias. F Herman Veal. C Ben Coleman. GIF Adrian Branch. G Jeff Adkins 

198g F len Bias, G/F Adrian Branch, F/C Derrick Lewis, G Keith Gatlin, G Jeff Adkins 



1986 



F Len Bias, F/C Denick 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 Ten-ell Stokes, G Keith Boolh 



1994 
1995 
1996 
1997 
1998 
1999 
2000 
2001 
2002 
2003 

2004 
2007 



F Laron Profit, F Rodney Elliott, C Obinna Ekezie, G Terrell Stokes, G Samnas Jasikevicius 

F Laron Profit F Terence Moms, C lonny Baxter, G Terrell Stokes, G Sieve Francis 

F Danny Miller, F Tahj Holden, F Terence Morris. C Lonny Baxter, G Juan Dixon, G Steve Blake 
F Byron Mouton, F Terence Morris, C lonny Baxter, G Juan Dixon. G Sieve Blake 



F Byron Mouton. F Chris Wilcox, C Lonny Baxter, G Juan Dixon, G Steve Blake 

F Nik Caner-Medley/Calvin McCall, F Tahj Holden, F/C Ryan Randle, G Drew Nicholas, 

G Steve Blake 

F Nik Caner-Medley, F Travis Garrison, C Jamar Smith, G Chris McCray, G John Gilchrist 
F James Gist, F Ekene Ibekwe, G Mike Jones, G D.J. Stravjberty, G Greivis Vasquez 



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'earns Of Tradition 



1957-58 

Record: 22-7 H: 10-1 A: 6-4 N:6-2 
ACC: 9-5, 4th place, ACC Tournament champion 
Postseason: NCAA East Region 3rd place 
Rankings: AP No. 6, UPi No. 6 



1972-73 

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 



1974-75 

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. 


'OS. Ht. 


WL Hometown 


22 Bill Murphy Jr. 


F 6-3 


180 Pittsburgh. Pa. 


25 Gene Danko 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 Nacincik Sr 


F 5-3 


175 Brooklyn, N.Y 


34 Pete Knjkar So. 


G 6-1 


175 Ford City, Pa. 


35 Jerry Bechtle So. 


F 6-2 


195 Elizabeth. N.J. 


40 Julian "Doc" WeinqartenJr 


F 64 


190 Washington, D.C. 


43 Bob McDonald So. 


F-C 6-7 


190 Lansdovme, Pa. 


44 Jim Halleck Jr 


F 6-0 


195 Elizabeth, N.J. 


45 Perry Moore Sr. 


C 64 


205 Beipre.Ohio 


50 Charles McNeil So. 


C-F 6-6 


180 Pennsgrove, N.J. 


53 Jerry Shanahan So. 


F 6-2 


190 Pittsburgh, Pa. 


54 Al Bunqe So. 


C 6-9 


215 Palmyra, N.J. 


Head Coach: H.A "Bud" Millikan 


Assistant Coach: Bob Ladd 


Season Statistics 

Name GP FG% FTO Reb.-Avg. AssL Pts.-Avg 


Charles McNeil 29 .442 


.762 


202-6.9 - 401-13.8 


Nick Davis 29 .463 


.761 


75-2.6 - 372-12.8 


AlBunge 29 .402 


.542 


265-9.1 - 297-10.2 


John Nacincik 28 .360 


.735 


151-5.4 - 246-8.9 


Tom Young 23 .388 


.740 


120-5.2 - 224-9.8 


Gene Danko 28 .407 


.762 


48-1.7 - 1224.4 


Jim Halleck 23 .457 


.672 


64-2.8 - 85-3.7 


Jerrv Bechtle 26 .416 


.429 


47-1.8 - 82-3.2 


DocWeingarten 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 


PeteKrakar 19 .400 


.900 


9-.5 - 17-0.9 


Perry Moore 24 .136 


.636 


31-1.3 - 13-0.5 


Maryland Totals 29 .416 


.688 117540.5 - 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 



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Team Roster 

No. Name Yr. 


Pos. HL 


WL 


Hometown 


10 Rich Porac 


Jr. 


G 6-0 


178 


Monroeville, Pa. 


13 Hovjard White 


Sr. 


G 6-0 


160 


Hampton, 


Va. 


14 Donald White 


So. 


G &4 


179 


Pittsburgh 


Pa. 


15 John Lucas 


Fr 


G 64 


175 


Durtiam. N.C. 


21 Billy Hahn 


So, 


G 5-10 


155 


Mishawaka, Ind. 


22 Jap Trimble 


Jr 


G 6-3 


181 


NewYori(,N.Y 


23 Varick Cutler 


So. 


F 6-7 


205 


N.Tanawanda.N.Y 


24 Maurice Howard Fr. 


G 6-2 


170 


Philadelph 


a. Pa. 


33 Darrell Brawn 


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 


Springfield Gardens, N.r 


42 Owen Brawn 


So. 


F-C 6-9 


205 


La Grange 


,IIL 


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: Charies -Lefty" Driesell 


Assistant Coaches: Jim Moloney. 


JoeHamngton.TimAutry 




Season Statistics 

Name GP FG% FT% Reb.-Avg 


Asst 


Pts.-Avg 


Tom McMillen 


29 .585 


.800 


284-9.e 


28 


616-21.2 


Jim O'Brien 


30 .555 


.844 


1444.6 


67 


498-16.6 


John Lucas 


30 .538 


.703 


83-2.E 


178 


425-14.2 


Len Elmore 


26 .469 


.607 29D-11.2 


35 


261-10.0 


Bob Bodell 


30 .503 


.820 


80-2.e 


121 


238-7.9 


Darell Brown 


27 .508 


.684 


77-2.9 


44 


147-5.4 


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.E 


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-C 


1 


10-0.6 


Maryland Totals 


30 .520 


.718 136745.4 


557 


2613-87.1 


Opponent Totals 


30 .468 


.686 1043-34.8 


363 


2226-742 



Team Roster 



No. Name 



Yr. Pos. Ht Wt Hometown 



5 John Boyle 




Jr 


F 6-7 


210 


Hyattsviile, Md. 


10 Steve Sheppard 




So. 


F 6^ 


210 


New York. N.Y 


12 Mike Brasheais 




Fr 


G 6-1 


170 


Haqerstovm, Md. 


13 James Jones 




Jr 


G 64 


205 


Seat Pleasant Md. 


15 John Lucas 




Jr 


G &4 


170 


Durtiam. N.C. 


20 John Nevirsome 




Fr 


F 6-6 


195 


Norfolk, Va. 


21 Billy Hahn 




Sr. 


G 5-11 


150 


Mishawaka. Ind. 


22 Mike Cherry 




Fr 


F 6-5 


190 


Elm City. 


N.C. 


24 Maurice Hovirard 




Jr 


G 6-3 


170 


Philadelphia. Pa. 


30 Brad Davis 




Fr 


G 6-3 


180 


Monaca. Pa. 


42 Owen Brovm 




Sr. 


F-C 6-8 


205 


LaGrange 


,l«. 


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 Harrington. Dave Pritchett 


HovranJ White 


Season Statistics 

Name GP FG% FT% Reb.-Avg 


Asst 


Pts.-Avg 


John Lucas 


24 


.549 


.836 


1004.2 


91 


469-19.5 


Owen Brown 


29 


.513 


.829 


206-7.8 


31 


431-14.9 


Steve Sheppanl 


29 


.519 


.712 


217-7.5 


25 


416-14.3 


Maurice Hovrard 


29 


.565 


.727 


77-2.7 


65 


388-134 


Brad Davis 


29 


.580 


.820 


95-3.3 


134 


364-126 


Tom Roy 


29 


.606 


.686 321-11.1 


30 


320-11.0 


Chris Patton 


19 


.531 


.733 


54-2.8 


3 


904.7 


John Newsome 


23 


.487 


.778 


49-2.1 


3 


59-2.6 


Billy Hahn 


22 


.561 


.546 


15-.7 


30 


58-2.6 


John Boyle 


18 


.333 


.400 


13-7 





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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 - defeated Clemson, 77-61 
Semifinals - defeated Wake Forest 73-65 
Championship - lost to NC Stale, 76-74 

NCAA Tournament 

East Region First Round - bye 

East Region Semifinal - defeated Syracuse. 91-75 

East Region Final - lost to Providence. 103-89 



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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1979-80 

Record: 24-7 H:16-0 A: 44 N: 4-3 
ACC; 11-3, ACC Regular Season champion 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings:APNo.8, UPINo.8 

Team Roster 



1980-81 

Record: 21-10 H: 12-3 A: 5-5 N:4-2 
ACC: 8-6, 4th place, ACC Tournament finalist 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round 
Rankings:APNo. 18, UPlNo. 11 



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1982-83 

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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No. Name 




Yr 


Pos. Ht 


Wt 


Hometown 


'0 Greg Manning 




Jr 


G 5-1 


170 


Highspire 


Pa. 


'5 Reggie Jackson 


So. 


G 64 


210 


Philadelp 


ia. Pa. 


21 Greg ■Dutch' Moriey 


So. 


G 6-2 


170 


Hyattsville 


.Md. 


22 Mark Fotherqil 




Fr 


F 6-9 


220 


Somerset 


Ky. 


23 OavkJ Henderson 


Jr 


5-9 


215 


Roanoke. Va. 


25 Ernest Graham 




Jr. 


F 5-7 


215 


Baltimore. Md. 


41 Jon Robinson 




Fr 


G 54 


184 


Gastonia. N.C. 


42 Hernian Veal 




Fr 


F M 


200 


Jackson, Miss. 


50 John Bilney 




Sr 


C-F M 


220 


WoodcliffLake.N.J. 


52 Chartes'BiJck'Wiams So. 


C-F M 


215 


Rocky Mount N.C. 


54 TaytorBaWwin 




So. 


C 6-10 


225 


Greenwich, Conn. 


55 Albert King 




Jr 


F 6-6 


190 


Brooklyn, 


N.Y. 


Head Coach: Charles lefty 


Driesell 








Assistant Coaches: Tom Abatemarco, John Kochan. Shennan Diilard 


Season Statistics 

Name GP FG% FT"/. Reb.-Avq 


Asst 


Pts.-Avg 


Albert King 


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 


471-157 


Buck Williams 


24-23 


.606 


.664 242-10.1 


27 


371-15.5 


Reggie Jackson 


31-20 


.429 


.611 


65-2.1 


88 


158-5.1 


TaytorBakJwin 


31-« 


.657 


.652 


82-2.7 


11 


122-3.9 


Dutch Modey 


31-14 


.453 


.792 


51-1.7 


124 


96-3.1 


Mark Fothergili 


1W) 


.518 


.538 


20-1.3 


1 


35-2.3 


Jon Robinson 


14<) 


.333 


.750 


2-0.1 


15 


31-2.2 


John Bilney 


14-1 


.450 


.462 


38-2.7 


2 


24-1.7 


Davki Henderson 


1M 


.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 



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ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Georgia Tech. 5149 (OT) 
Semifinals - defeated Clemson. 91-85 
Finals - lost lo Duke, 73-72 

NCAA Tournament 

East Region First Round - bye 

East Region Second Round - defeated Tennessee, 86-75 

East Region Semifinal - lost lo 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 


Philadelp 


ia. Pa. 


21 Greg "Dutch' Morley Jr. 


G 5-2 


170 


Hyattsville 


,Md 


22 Mark Fothergili So. 


F 6-9 


220 


Somerset 


Ky 


25 Ernest Graham Sr 


G-F 6-7 


207 


Baltimore. Md. 


32 Charies Pitlman Jr 


F 6-8 


215 


Rocky Mount, N.C. 


33 Pete Holbert Fr 


F 6-5 


190 


Fairfax, Va. 


41 Jon Robinson So. 


G 54 


185 


Gastonia, 


N.C. 


42 Neman Veal Fr 


F 6-5 


200 


Jackson, Miss. 


52 Charles 'Buck" Wiiams Jr 


C-F 6-8 


215 


Rocky Mount N.C. 


54 Taylor Baldwin Jr 


C 5-10 


219 


Greenwich, Conn. 


55 Albert King Sr 


F 5-5 


190 


Brooklyn. 


N.Y 


Head Coach: Charles "Lefty" Driesell 


Assistant Coaches: Tom Abatemarco. John Kochan, Shemian Diilard 


Season Statistics 

Name GP FG% FP/. Reb.-Avg 


Asst 


Pts.-Avg 


Albert King 31-31 .502 


.812 


177-5.7 


92 


559-18.0 


Buck Williams 31-31 .647 


.637 


53-117 


31 


482-15.5 


Ernest Graham 31-31 .514 


.727 


176-5.7 


120 


448-145 


Greg Manning 31-31 .558 


.821 


41-1.3 


85 


422-13.5 


Charies Pittman 31-2 .670 


.640 


115-37 


13 


158-5.1 


Reggie Jackson 31-23 .353 


J50 


45-1.5 


60 


93-3.0 


Dutch Morley 30-7 .548 


.790 


40-1.3 


84 


61-2.0 


Steve Rivers 24-0 .404 


.917 


1004 


19 


53-2.2 


Herman Veal 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 


.157 


7-0.8 


3 


19-2.1 


Taylor Baldwin 9-0 .657 


.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 



Team Roster 

No. Name 



Yr Pos. HI Wt Hometown 



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-Cfiatlanooga, 81-69 
Mideast Region Second Round - lost lo Indiana, 99-64 



10 JeffAdkins 


So. 


G 6-5 


185 


Martinsville. Va, 


11 Chuck Driesell 


So. 


G 6-2 


170 


Silver Spring. Md. 


12 Jeff Baxter 


Fr 


G 6-1 


165 


Washington, DC. 


14 Steve Rivers 


Jr 


G 6-3 


175 


Jniondale, N.Y 


20 Ed Fanner 


Fr 


F 6-8 


210 


Wilson, N.C. 


22 Marti Fothen]il 


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 5-6 


190 


Annandale. Va. 


34 Len Bias 


Fr 


F 5-8 


195 


Landover Md. 


42 Heman Veal 


Jr 


F 6-6 


220 


Jackson, Miss. 


52 Greg Stevens 


Fr 


C 7-2 


260 


Stow, Ohio 




54 Ben Coleman 


Jr 


C-F 6-9 


220 


Ameapo 


s, Minn. 


Head Coach: Charies "Lefty" Driesell 


Assistant Coaches: John Kochan, Shemian Diilard, Mel Cartwhght 


Season Statistics 

Name GP FG'/. FPA 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 


JeffAdkins 


30-30 .468 


.548 


80-2.7 


121 


297-9.9 


Len Bias 


30-13 478 


.536 


1254.2 


22 


214-7.1 


Mari(Fothen)ill 


30-23 .557 


.758 


112-3.7 


19 


187-6.2 


Hemian Veal 


26-19 .479 


.762 


179-6.9 


18 


175^.8 


Steve Rivers 


25-5 .555 


.313 


21-0.8 


22 


137-5.5 


Jeff Baxter 


304) 417 


.794 


20-0.7 


33 


103-34 


Ed Fanner 


20-1 .408 


.636 


44-2.2 


3 


54-2.7 


Pete Holbert 


200 .222 


.826 


11-0.6 


4 


33-1.7 


Chuck Driesell 


17-0 .333 


.571 


5-0.3 


5 


21-1.3 


Bryan Palmer 


12-0 .000 


.250 


15-1.3 


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 


2141-714 



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 lo Houston, 60-50 




1983-84 

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 



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1984-85 

Record; 25-12 H: 14-2 A: 7-6 N: 4-4 
ACC: 8-6, 4tli place (tie) 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings: None 



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Team Roster 



No. Name 


Yr. 


Pos. Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


3 Keith Gatlin 


Fr 


G 6-5 


165 


Grimesland, N.C. 


10 JeffAdkins 


Jr 


G 6-5 


185 


Martinsville, Va. 


11 Chuck Driesell 


Jr. 


G 6-2 


170 


Silver Spring, Md. 


12 Jeff Baxter 


So. 


G 6-1 


165 


Washington, D.C. 


14 Steve Rivers 


Sr 


G 6-3 


170 


Uniondale, N.Y. 


22 Mark Fctherqii! 


Sr. 


F 6-9 


220 


Somerset, Ky. 


24 Adrian Branch 


Jr 


F 6-8 


185 


Largo, Md. 


31 Bryan Paimer 


So. 


C 6-10 


205 


Glen Rock, Pa. 


32 Terry Long 


Fr. 


F 6-8 


240 


Glen Allen, Va. 


33 Pete Holbert 


Sr 


F 6-6 


190 


Fairfax, Va. 


34 Len Bias 


So. 


F 6-8 


195 


Landover, Md. 


42 Herman Veal 


Sr 


F 6-6 


200 


Jackson, Miss. 


54 Ben Coleman 


Sr 


C 6-9 


220 


Minneapolis, Minn. 


Head Coach: Chartes lefty' Driesell 


Assistant Coaches: Shemian Dillard, Mel Cartwriqht 


Ron Bradley 


Season Statistics 

Name GP FG% n% Reb.-Avg 


Asst. Pts.-Avg 


Ben Coleman 


32-32 .608 


715 


269-8.4 


53 491-15.3 


Len Bias 


32-31 .567 


.767 


145-».5 


48 488-15,2 


Adrian Branch 


28-25 .479 


752 


89-3.1 


75 363-13.0 


JeffAdkins 


32-31 .538 


.673 


86-2.7 


119 304-9.4 


Hemian Veal 


32-28 .554 


.733 


213-6.7 


57 268-8.4 


Keith Gatlin 


32-9 .487 


.761 


52-1.6 


148 198-6.2 


Mari( Fotherqill 


32-3 .535 


.846 


64-2.0 


12 109-3.4 


Terry 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 Driesell 


15-0 .462 


.526 


8-0.4 


5 34-2.3 


Pele 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 


.694 996-31.1 


465 2151-67.2 



Record: 19-14 H:10-5 A: 6-7 N:3-2 
ACC: 6-8, 6th place 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round 
Rankings: None 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated N.C. State. 69-63 
Semifinals - defeated Wake Forest, 66-64 
Finals - defeated Duke, 74-62 

NCAA Tournament 

Mideast Region First Round - bye 
Mideast Region Second Round - defeated 

West Virginia, 102-77 
Mideast Region Semifinal - lost to Illinois, 72-70 



Team Roster 

No. Name Yr. 


'OS. Ht 


Wt 


■lometown 


3 Keilh Gatlin 


So. 


G 6-5 


165 


Grimesland, N.C. 


10 JeffAdkins 


Sr. 


G 6-5 


185 


Martinsville, Va. 


11 Chuck Driesel 


Sr. 


G 6-2 


170 


Silver Spring, Md, 


12 Jeff Baxter 


Jr. 


G 6-1 


165 


Washington, D,C. 


22 Waller Lancaster Fr 


G 64 


180 


Lanham. Md. 


24 Adrian Branch 


Sr. 


G-F 6-8 


185 


Largo, Md. 


31 Bryan Palmer 


So. 


C 6-10 


205 


Glen Rock, Pa. 


32 Terry Long 


So. 


C-F 6-8 


240 


Glen Allen, Va. 


33 Derrick Lewis 


Fr 


F 6-7 


195 


Temple Hills, Md. 


34 Len Bias 


Jr. 


F 6-8 


195 


Landover, Md. 


41 Tom Jones 


Jr. 


F 6-6 


205 


Oak Hill, W.Va. 


50 Ed Woods 


Fr. 


F 6-7 


210 


Rockville, Md. 


Head Coach; Charies 'Lefty' Driesell 


Assistant Coaches; Shemian 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 


182-4,9 


81 671-18.1 


Keith Gatlin 


37-35 ,514 


.862 


70-1.8 


221 306-8.3 


Tom Jones 


37-20 ,507 


.741 


1554.2 


37 264-7.1 


Denick Lewis 


37-34 .466 


.625 


241-6.5 


33 221-6.0 


JeffAdkins 


37-14 ,456 


J11 


784.1 


68 193-5.2 


Jeff Baxter 


35^) ,500 


.697 


26-0.7 


46 97-2.8 


Terry Long 


37-8 .508 


.613 


69-1.9 


14 85-2.3 


Chuck Driesell 


14-2 .333 


.727 


8-0.6 


3 38-27 


Bryan Palmer 


12-0 .167 


.846 


10-0.8 


4 13-1.1 


Walter Lancaster 


7-0 .500 


.000 


1-0.1 


3 10-1.4 


Ed Woods 


5-0 .000 


.429 


3-0.4 


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 



Team Roster 



No. Name 


Yr 


Pos. Ht 


Wt 


Hometowr 




3 Keith Gatlin 


Jr 


G 6-5 


165 


Grimesland, N.C. 


12 Jeff Baxter 


Sr 


G 6-1 


165 


Washington, D.C. 


21 John Johnson 


Fr 


G 64 


170 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


23 Dave Dickerson Fr. 


F 6-6 


200 


Olar, S.C. 




25 Tony Massenburg Fr 


F 6-8 


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 Derrick Lewis 


So. 


F 6-7 


195 


Temple Hills, Md, 


34 Len Bias 


Sr 


F ^ 


195 


Landover, Md, 


40 David Gregg 


Fr. 


F 6-9 


190 


Hyattsville 


Md. 


41 Tom Jones 


Sr 


F 6-6 


205 


Oak Hill, W,Va. 


50 Phil Nevin 


Fr 


C 6-11 


250 


Vandergrift 


Pa. 


54 Christoph Weisheit Fr. 


C 7-2 


210 


Cotogne.W 


Germany 


Head Coach: Charies lefty' Driesell 


Assistant Coaches: Ron Bradley, 


Oliver Pumell, Bart Bellairs 




Season Statistics 

Name GP FG% FT"/. Reb.-Avg 


Asst 


Pts.-Avg 


Len Bias 


32-32 .544 


,864 


224-7,C 


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. £ 


101 


303-9.5 


Tom Jones 


33-9 .551 


,617 


15547 


36 


267-8.1 


Derrick Lewis 


33-33 .485 


.684 


222-6.7 


28 


261-7.9 


John Johnson 


31-8 .500 


.642 


29-O.E 


35 


181-5.8 


Teny 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 


1W) .440 


.769 


22-1 .E 


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.t 


457 


!166-65.6 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeaied North Carolina, 85-75 
Semifinals - lost to Georgia Tech, 64-62 

NCAA Tournament 

West Region First Round - defeated Pepperdine, 69-64 
West Region Second Round - lost lo UNLV 70-64 



200B-09 MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 



1987-88 

Record: 18-13 H:8-4 A: 6-7 N:4-2 
ACC: 6-8, 5th place 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round 
Rankings: None 



1993-94 

Record: 18-12 H: 10-3 A: 4-6 N: 4-3 
ACC: 8-8, 4th place (tie) 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings: USAToday/CNN No. 20 



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1994-95 

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, USAToday/CNN No, 11 



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Team Roster 

No, Name Yr. 


'OS, Ht 


Wt 


Hometown 


3 Keith Gatlin 


Sr. 


G 6-5 


170 


Grimesland, N.C. 


5 Mitch Kasoff 


So. 


G 6-1 


175 


Pikesville, Md. 


10 MarkKarver 


So. 


F 6-7 


195 


Keninqsto 


i,Md. 


11 Teyon McCoy 


So. 


G 6-1 


170 


Hammond, Ind. 


12 Rudy Archer 


Jr. 


G 6-1 


170 


Baltimore, Md. 


21 John Johnson 


Jr. 


G 64 


170 


Knoxville. Tenn. 


22 Gret] Nared 


Jr. 


G 64 


190 


Wilminqto 


.Ohio 


23 Dave Dickerson Jr 


F 6-6 


200 


Olar S.C. 




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 


Baltimore, Md. 


33 Derrick Lewis 


Sr. 


F 6-7 


195 


Temple Hills. Md. 


43 Cedric Lewis 


Fr. 


F 6-9 


200 


Temple Hills, Md. 


44 Steve Hood 


So. 


G-F 6-6 


190 


NewCatTollton.lAi. 


Head Coach: Bob Wade 


Assistant Coaches: Ron Bradley 


DliverPumell.JeffAdkins 




Season Statistics 

Name GP FG% F7o Reb.-Avg. 


Asst. 


Pts,-Avg 


Derrick Lewis 


31-31 .556 


.593 


237-7.6 


71 


466-15.0 


Rudy Arciier 


31-31 .432 


.770 


75-2.4 


172 


393-12.7 


Brian Williams 


29-29 .600 


.671 


173-6.0 


22 


363-12.5 


Keitii 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 


Jotin 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 Karver 


12-0 .313 


.727 


9-0.8 


10 


19-1.6 


Rodney Walker 


12-0 .417 


.333 


9-0.8 


1 


12-1.0 


Mitch Kasoff 


6-0 .400 


.333 


0-0.0 





54).8 


Greti 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 



Team Roster 



Team Roster 



No, Name 


Yr. 


Pos. Ht. 


Wt, 


Hometown 


3 Matt Raydo 


Fr. 


G 5-10 


160 


Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 


4 Exree Hipp 


So. 


F 6-8 


183 


Washingt 


m, D.C. 


10 Duane Simpkins So. 


G 64) 


173 


Ft. Washinqton, Md. 


11 Matt Kovarik 


Fr 


G 6-5 


179 


Greensboro, N.C. 


12 Donny Judd 


So. 


F 6-5 


185 


Forestville. Md. 


15 Johnny Rhodes So. 


G 6-5 


205 


Washinqton, D.C. 


21 Mario Lucas 


So. 


F 6-8 


230 


Memphis 


Tenn. 


22 Keith Booth 


Fr. 


F 6-5 


220 


Baltimore Md. 


24 John Walsh 


Jr 


F 6-8 


221 


West Islip 


N.Y 


30 Nick Bosnic 


Fr 


F-G 6-7 


197 


Uniontown, 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 6-6 


235 


Randallstown, Md. 


Head Coach: Gary 


A/illlams 










Assistant Coaches 


Billy Hahn, Art 


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 


30-30 .472 


.688 


1204.0 


76 


397-13.2 


Johnny Rhodes 


30-29 .419 


.623 


203-6.8 


122 


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 


Mario Lucas 


30-0 .391 


.585 


107-3.6 


11 


163-5.4 


Nick Bosnic 


28-0 .413 


.706 


41-1.5 


24 


82-2.9 


Donny Judd 


8-0 417 


.667 


60.8 





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 


34).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 



No, Name 



Yr, Pos. HL Wt Hometown 



! 3 Matt Raydo 



So. G 5-10 160 Ft Lauderdale, Fla, 



Exree Hipp 



10 Duane Simpkins 

11 Matt Kovarik 



Jr F 6-8 205 Washinqtori, D.C. 



Jr G 6-0 172 R. Washinqlori. Md. 
So. G 6-5 185 Greensboro, N.C. 



12 Donny Judd 



Sr F 6-5 185 Forestville, Md. 



13 Saainas Jasikevicius Fr G 64 202 Kaunas, Lithuania 



15 Johnny Rhodes 



21 Mario Lucas 



Jr. G 64 205 Washinqton, D.C. 



22 Keith Booth 



Jr. F 6-8 233 Memphis, Tenn. 



So. F 6-5 225 Baltimore Md. 



25 Rodney Elliott 



Fr. F 6-8 207 Baltimore k 



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. Art Perry, Jimmy Patsos 

Season Statistics 

Name GP FG% FT% Reb.-Avg, Asst 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 



247-7.3 76 369-10.9 



Duane Simpkins 34-33 .445 .841 72-2.1 162 358-10.5 



Mario Lucas 



34-0 .420 .577 125-3.7 23 241-7.1 



Wayne Bristol 



34-0 .465 .636 40-1.2 



31 



133-3.9 



Sarunas Jasikevicius 29-0 .446 .810 19-0.7 22 



89-3.1 



Donny Judd 



10-0 .455 .556 



5-0.5 



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 



43-1.4 



Matt Raydo 



12-0 .445 



6-0.5 



12-1.0 



Matt Kovarik 



31-1 .313 .647 27-0,9 27 



22-0.7 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Georgia Tech, 84-67 
Semifinals - lost to North Carolina, 74-64 

NCAA Tournament 

Southeast Region First Round - defeated 

UC Santa Bartiara, 92-82 
Southeast Region Second Round - lost to Kentucky 70-64 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - lost to Virginia, 69-63 

NCAA Tournament 

Midwest Region First Round - defeated SI. Louis, 74-67 
Midwest Region Second Round - defeated 

Massachusetts, 95-87 
Midwest Region Semifinal - lost to Michigan, 78-71 



Maryland Totals 



34 ,498 .706 136740,2 641 2946-S6.7 



Opponent Totals 34 .440 



1142-33.6 511 2514-73.9 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Flonda State, 71-64 
Semifinals - lost to North Carolina, 97-92 (OT) 

NCAA Tournament 

West Region First Round - defeated Gonzaga, 87-63 
West Region Second Round - defeated Texas, 82-68 
West Region Semifinal - lost to Connecticut, 99-89 





Record: 17-13 H: 11-3 A: 3-5 N: 3-5 
ACC: 8-8, 4th place (tie) 
Postseason: NCAA First Round 
Rankings: None 



1996-97 

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 



2G02 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2 04 ACC CHAMPIONS 



1997-98 

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. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometovm 



Laron Profit 



Fr F-G 6-5 



Charleston, S.C. 



Exree Hipp 



Matt Raydo 



Sr. F 6-8 224 Washington, P.O. 



Jr. G 5-10 153 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 



10 Duane Simpkins 



Sr. G 6-0 172 R.Washington, 



11 MattKovarik 



Jr G 6-4 201 Greensboro, N.C. 



12 Terrell Stokes 



Fr. G 6-0 172 Philadelphia, Pa. 



13 Sarunas Jasikevicius So. G 6-4 195 Kaunas, Lithuania 



14 Nonnan Fields 



Fr G 6-0 173 Mt. Vernon, N.Y. 



15 Johnny 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 Elliott 




So. F 6-8 213 Baltimore Md. 


45 Brian Watklns 




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 


.478 


.569 


177-5.9 


98 


502-16.7 


Keith Booth 


30-30 


.442 


.757 


233-7.8 


73 


459-15.3 


Duane Simpkins 


27-27 


.458 


.845 


65-2.4 


118 


328-12.2 


Mario Lucas 


29-6 


.427 


.628 


151-5.2 


8 


305-10.5 


Exree Hipp 


29-27 


.368 


.661 


89-3.1 


54 


198-6.8 


Laron Profit 


27-0 


.482 


.756 


74-2.7 


32 


154-5.7 


Rodney Elliott 


29-6 


.500 


.692 


91-3.1 


11 


142-4.9 


Obinna Ekezie 


30-18 


.472 


.550 


111-3.7 


10 


135-4,5 


Sarunas Jasikevicius 27-2 


.427 


.500 


32-1.2 


33 


106-3.9 


Terrell Stokes 


30-4 


.470 


.635 


40-1.3 


85 


100-3.3 


Matt Raydo 


8-0 


.250 


.500 


0-0.0 


3 


4-0.5 


Norman Fields 


10-0 


.286 


.000 


4-0.4 


1 


5-0.5 


MattKovarik 


5-0 


.000 


.500 


2-0.4 


3 


2-0.4 


Maryland Totals 


30 


.449 


.683 


1158-38.6 


529 


2440-81.3 


Opponent Totals 


30 


.451 


.729 


1114-37.1 


429 


2288-76.3 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Duke, 82-69 
Semifinals - lost lo Georgia Tech, 84-79 

NCAA Tournament 

West Region First Round - lost to Santa Clara, 91-79 



Team Roster 



No. Name 



Yr. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown 



3 


Laron Profit 


So. 


F-G 


6-5 


189 


Cfiarieston. 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 Mite 


Fr 


G 


64 


190 


Temple Terrace, Fla. 


11 


Matt Kovarik 


Jr 


G 


64 


201 


Greensboro, N.C. 


12 


Terrell Stokes 


So. 


G 


6-0 


171 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


13 


Sarunas Jasikevicius 


Jr 


G 


64 


195 


Kaunas, Lithuania 


14 


Nomian Fields 


So. 


G 


6-0 


173 


Mt. Vernon, N.Y 


20 


Matt Hahn 


Fr 


G 


6-0 


155 


Columbia, Md. 


22 


Keith Booth 


Sr 


F 


6-6 


222 


Baltimore Md. 


25 


Rodney Elliott 


Jr 


F 


6-8 


213 


Baltimore Md. 


45 


Brian Watklns 


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 Willi ams 



Assistant Coac hes: B il ly Hahn, Dave Dickerson, 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 


Sarunas Jasikevicius 32-32 


418 


.742 


80-2.5 


102 


338-10.6 


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 


Terrell Stokes 32-31 


.427 


.645 


88-2.8 


143 


263-8.2 


Brian Watkins 25-0 


.445 


.647 


54-2.2 


2 


70-8.2 


MattKovarik 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 4-0 


.429 


.000 


3-0.8 





6-1.5 


Matt Hahn 4-0 


.500 


.667 


1-0.3 


1 


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 to NC State, 65-58 

NCAA Tournament 

Southeast Region First Round - lost lo 
College of Charieston, 75-66 



1- -5 aai^iiz. 

Team Roster 

No. Name Yr 


=os. Ht. 


Wt. 


1 
Hometown 


3 Laron Profit Jr 


F-G 6-5 


194 


Charieston, S.C. 


4 Atman Smith So. 


G 6-0 


170 


Baltimore, Md. 


11 MattKovarik Sr 


G 64 


196 


Greensboro, N.C. 


12 Terrell Stokes Jr 


G 6-0 


189 


Philadelph 


la. Pa, 


13 Sarunas Jasikevicius Sr 


G 64 


197 


<aunas, Lithuania 


20 Matt Hahn So. 


G 6-0 


155 


Columbia, Md. 


21 LaRon Cephas Fr 


F 6-7 


220 


Wilmington, Del. 


25 Rodney Elliott Sr 


F 6-8 


221 


Baltimore Md. 


31 Norman Fields Jr 


G 6-0 


183 


Mt Vemon, N.Y 


33 Mike Mardesich Fr 


C-F 7-0 


250 


Boston, Mass. 


44 Terence Morris Fr 


F 6-8 


199 


Frederick, Md. 


45 Brian Watklns Jr 


F 6-9 


220 


Nashville, Tenn. 


54 Obinna Ekezie Jr 


F-C 6-10 


256 


Port Harcourt, Nigeria 


Head Coach: Gar/ Williams 


Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn, Dave Dickerson, Jimmy Patsos 


Season Statistics 

Name GP FG% FT"/. 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 


Sarunas Jasikevicius 32-32 .456 


.759 


104-3,3 


116 


396-12,4 


Terence Morris 32-0 .523 


.695 


113-3,5 


25 


236-7,4 


Mike Mardesich 32-0 .424 


.622 


1384.3 


28 


172-5,4 


Terrell Stokes 32-25 .415 


.667 


82-2.6 


149 


172-5,4 


MattKovarik 32-7 .484 


.429 


53-1.7 


64 


76-2,4 


Brian Watkins 9-0 ,500 


.600 


15-1.7 


3 


19-2,1 


Nomian Fields 12-0 .526 


.000 


11-0.9 


4 


23-1,9 


Matt Hahn 11-0 .250 


.750 


0-0.0 


4 


11-1,0 


Atman Smith 11-0 .400 


.500 


8-0.7 


4 


11-1,0 


LaRon Cephas 21-0 .143 


,250 


30-1.4 


1 


7-0.3 


Maryland Totals 32 .461 


.678 1271-39.7 


602 


2520-78.8 


Opponent Totals 32 .408 


.660 1209-37.8 


421 


2306-72.1 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Georgia Tech, 83-65 
Semifinals - lost to North Carolina, 83-73 (OT) 

NCAA Tournament 

West Region First Round - defeated Utah Stale, 82-68 
West Region Second Round - defeated Illinois, 67-61 
West Region Semifinal - lost lo Arizona, 87-79 



200S-0S MEDIA S 
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Record: 28-6 H: 13-1 A: 7-3 N:8-2 
ACC: 13-3, 2nd place 
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen 
Rankings: AP No. 5, USA Today/NABC No. 8 




Team Roster 



No. Name Yr. 


Pes. Ht. 


Wt, 


Hometown 


3 Laron Prolil Sr. 


F-G 6-5 


202 


Charleston, 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 Matt Hahn Jr. 


G 6-0 


162 


Columbia, Md. 


21 LaRon Ceptias So. 


F 6-7 


223 


Wilmington, Del. 


23 Steve Francis Jr. 


G 6-3 


194 


Takoma Park, Md. 


31 Nomian Fields Sr. 


G 6-0 


185 


Mt. Vernon, N.Y. 


33 Mike Mardesich So. 


C-F 7-0 


255 


Boston, Mass. 


35 Lonny Baxter Fr 


F 6-8 


225 


Silver Spring, Md. 


44 Terence Morris So. 


F 6-9 


205 


Frederick, Md. 


45 Brian Watkins Sr 


F 6-9 


229 


Nashville, Tenn. 


54 Obinna Ekezie Sr. 


F-C 6-10 


262 


Port Harcourt, Nigeria 


Head Coach: Gary Williams 


Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn, Dave Dickerson, Jimmy Fatsos 


Season Statistics 

Name GP FG% FT% Reb.-Avg 


Asst. 


Pts.-Avg 


Steve Francis 34-33 .523 


.790 


154-4.5 


152 


579-17.0 


Terence Moms 34-34 ,551 


.825 


242-7.1 


67 


521-15.3 


Laron Profit 34-34 .503 


.676 


162-4.8 


86 


494-14.5 


Obinna Ekezie 24-23 .488 


.693 


141-5.9 


55 


305-12.7 


Juan Dixon 34-0 .443 


.830 


88-2.6 


50 


250-7.4 


Lonny Baxter 32-10 .599 


.573 


116-3.6 


29 


217-6.8 


Danny Miller 34-0 .482 


.532 


72-2.1 


38 


144-4.2 


Terrell Stokes 34-34 .421 


.667 


94-2.8 


76 


143-4.2 


Mike Mardesich 34-0 .350 


.528 


117-3.4 


34 


115-3.4 


Brian Watkins 19-1 .488 


.500 


34-1.8 


11 


50-2.6 


LaRon Cephas 15-0 .445 


.500 


5-0.3 


1 


21-1.4 


Nomian Fields 22-1 .286 


.778 


21-1.0 


10 


24-1.1 


Matt Hahn 14-0 .750 


.445 


6-0,4 


8 


10-0.7 


Maryland Totals 34 ,495 


.701 1343-39.5 


567 


2873-84.5 


Opponent Totals 34 .388 


.658 1209-35,6 


735 


2259-66.4 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Florida State, 93-69 
Semifinals - lost to North Carolina, 86-79 

NCAA Tournament 

South Region First Round - defeated Valparaiso, 82-60 
South Region Second Round - defeated Creighlon, 75-63 
South Region Semifinal - lost to St, John's, 76-63 



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 



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Team Roster 

No. Name Yr. 


Pos. Ht. 


wt. 


Hometown 


3 Juan Dixon So. 


G 6-3 


152 


Baltimore, Md. 


4 Eart Badu So. 


G 6-0 


167 


Baltimore, Md. 


11 Calvin McCall Fr. 


G 6-3 


200 


Ortando, Fla. 


12 Drew Nicholas Fr. 


G 6-3 


165 


Hempstead, N.Y 


15 Danny Miller So. 


G 6-8 


205 


Mt, Holly, N.J. 


20 Matt Hahn 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 So. 


F-C 6-8 


250 


Silver Spring, Md. 


44 Terence Moms Jr 


F 6-9 


205 


Frederick, Md. 


45 Tahi Holden Fr 


F 6-10 


235 


Red Bank, N.J. 


Head Coach: Gary Williams 


Assistant Coaches: Billy Hahn, Dave Dickerson, Jimmy Patsos 


Season Statistics 

Name GP FG% FT% Reb.-Avq 


Asst. Rs.-Avq 


Juan Dixon 35-35 .462 


.790 


192-5.5 


127 630-18,0 


Terence Morris 34-34 .493 


.761 


293-8.6 


80 53715.8 


Lonny Baxter 35-35 .533 


.594 


308-8.8 


31 547-15,6 


Danny Miller 34-34 .449 


.654 


99-2.9 


92 290-8.5 


Steve Blake 35-33 .408 


.686 


106-3.0 


217 244-7.0 


Drew Nicholas 35-0 .421 


.621 


38-1.1 


50 177-5.1 


Tahj Holden 35-3 .432 


.672 


69-2.0 


34 116-3.3 


Mike Mardesich 35-0 .426 


.625 


100-2.9 


19 95-2.7 


LaRon Cephas 14-0 .391 


.429 


19-1.4 


21-1.5 


Calvin McCall 13-0 .227 


.571 


10-0.8 


11 14-1.1 


Matt Hahn 13-1 .286 


,667 


3-0.2 


6 12-0.9 


EariBadu 4-0 .000 


.000 


1-0,3 


0-0,0 


Maryland Totals 35 .465 


.685 i: 


54-38.7 
96-37.0 


667 2883-76,7 


Opponent Totals 35 .402 


.681 i; 


491 2386-68.2 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Florida State, 82-61 
Semifinals - defeated NC Stale, 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 



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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 



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Team Roster 

No. Name Yr. 


Pos. HI 


Wt. 


Hometovm 




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 


Ortando, Fla, 


12 Drew Nicholas 




So. 


G 6-3 


160 


Hempstead 


N.Y, 


15 Danny Miller 




Jr. 


G-F 6-8 


220 


ML Holly, N,J, 


21 LaRon Cephas 




Sr. 


F 6-7 


217 


Wilmington 


Del, 


25 Steve Blake 




So. 


G 6-3 


160 


Miami Lakes. Fla. 


33 Mike Mardesicf 




Sr. 


C 7-0 


244 


Boston. Mass, 


35 Lonny Baxter 




Jr. 


F-C 6-8 


260 


Silver Spring, Md. 


40 MattSlaninka 




Fr. 


C 74 


257 


Olney, Md. 




44 Terence Morris 




Sr. 


F 6-9 


221 


Frederick, Md. 


45 Tahj 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 Coaches: Billy Hahn, Dave Dickerson, Jimmy Patsos 


Season Statistics 

Name GP FG% FT% Reb.-Avq 


Asst. 


Rs.-Avq 


Juan Dixon 


36-36 


.483 


.865 


1534,; 


93 


654-18.2 


Lonny Baxter 


36-35 


.566 


.592 


286-7,5 


19 


561-15,6 


Terence Morris 


36-36 


.432 


.795 


277-7.- 


68 


439-12,2 


Byron Mouton 


36-30 


,508 


.779 


1454.( 


44 


344-9,6 


Steve Blake 


36-36 


,399 


714 


108-3.t 


248 


248-6.9 


Drew Nicholas 


36-0 


,494 


.702 


56-1,e 


86 


237-6.9 


Danny Miller 


364 


.432 


.556 


95-2.! 


77 


1744.8 


Tahj Holden 


27-0 


.494 


.608 


61-2,: 


15 


1214.5 


Mike Mardesich 


36-1 


.473 


,533 


92-2.S 


16 


130-3.6 


Chris Wilcox 


34-1 


.580 


.606 


73-2, 


16 


122-3.6 


LaRon Cephas 


14-1 


.526 


,429 


15-1. 


1 


24-17 


Calvin McCall 


11-0 


,308 


.600 


7-o.e 


8 


13-1.2 


Eart Badu 


2-0 


,000 


,000 


0-O.C 


1 


0-0.0 



Maryland Totals 
Opponent Totals 



36 .484 
36 .404 



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3067-85.2 
2605-72.4 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - defeated Wake Forest, 71-53 
Semifinals- lost lo Duke, 84-82 

NCAA Tournament 

West Region First Round - defeated George Mason. 83-80 
West Region Second Round - defeated Georgia Slate. 79-60 
West Region Semifinals - defeated Georgetown. 76-66 
West Region Finals - defeated Stanford, 87-73 
National Semifinals - lost lo Duke, 95-84 




2Q02 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2 04 ACC CHAMPIONS 






2001-02 

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 

Rani<ings: AP No. 4, USA Today/ESPN No. 1 




Team Roster 



No. Name 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


1 Byron Moulon 


Sr. 


G/F 


6-6 


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 


Orlando, Fla. 


10 Andre Collins 


Fr. 


G 


5-9 


180 


Crisfield, 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 


Duncanville, Texas 


35 Lonny Baxter 


Sr. 


F/C 


6-8 


260 


Silver Spring, Md. 


45 Tatij 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 Dickerson, Jimmy 


'alsos, Matt Kovarik 


Director of Basketball Operations: Troy Wainwright 


Trainer: J.J. Bush 


Strength & Conditioninq Coach: Kurtis Shultz 



Season Statistics 

Name GP FG% FT% 


Reb.-Avq. 


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 


Chris 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 


287-8.0 


Drew Nicholas 


36-1 


.477 


.803 


81-2.3 


88 


255-7.1 


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 Grinnon 


16-0 


.286 


1.000 


5-0.3 


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 Florida State, 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 



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Record: 21-10 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: 12-4 A: 4-5 N:4-3 
ACC: 7-9, 6th place, ACC Tournament champion 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round 
Rankings: AP No. 19, USA Today/ESPN No. 24 



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Record: 25-9 H: 17-2 A: 6-4 N:2-3 
ACC: 10-6, T-3rd place 
Postseason: NCAA Second Round 
Rankings: AP No. 18, USA Today/ESPN No. 23 





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Team Roster 

No. Name Yr. 


Pos. Ht. 


wt. 


Hometown 


1 Jamar Smith 


Jr. 


F/C 6-9 


239 


Sicklerville, N,J, 


2 Andre Collins 


So. 


G 5-9 


160 


Crisfield, Md. 


4 Travis Garrisor 


So. 


F/C 6-8 


234 


Suitland, Md, 


5 Calvin McCall 


Sr 


G 6-3 


210 


Oriando, Fla, 


11 John Gilchrist 


Fr. 


G 6-3 


190 


Virginia Beach, Va, 


12 DrevK Nicholas 


Sr 


G 6-3 


165 


Hempstead, N.Y, 


13 Chris McCray 


Fr 


G 64 


166 


Capital Heights, Md. 


20 Darien Henrv 


So, 


F 6-6 


202 


Roxbury, 


N,J. 


21 Mike Grinnon 


So, 


F 6-6 


198 


Huntington, N.Y, 


22 Nik Caner-Medley Fr, 


F 6-8 


220 


Portland, Maine 


25 Steve Blake 


Sr 


G 6-3 


172 


Miami Lakes, Fla. 


33 Ryan Randle 


Sr 


F/C 6-9 


245 


Duncanville, Texas 


45 Tahi 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 FG% FT% Reb.-Avg 


Asst. 


Rs.-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 


Tahi Holden 


30-25 ,407 


.711 


132-4,4 


53 


260-8.7 


Nik Caner-Medley 


31-18 ,536 


,581 


110-3,5 


30 


260-8.7 


Jamar Smith 


30-0 ,481 


,545 


118-3,9 


9 


176-5.9 


Calvin McCall 


29-13 ,465 


,733 


98-3,4 


44 


140-4.8 


John Gilchrist 


31-0 ,588 


,688 


65-2,1 


52 


142-4.6 


Travis Garrison 


30-6 ,469 


,684 


93-3,1 


15 


119-4.0 


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 Grinnon 


11-0 ,455 


,667 


10-0,9 


3 


18-1.6 


Darien Henry 


9-0 ,500 


,500 


8-0,9 


2 


11-1.2 


Maryland Totals 


31 .464 


.713 1241-40.0 


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 UNO 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. 


'OS. Ht. Wt. 


Hometown 


1 Jamar Smith 


Sr 


F/C 6-9 239 


Sicklerville, N,J. 


4 Travis Garrison 


So. 


F 6-8 236 


Suitland, Md. 


5 D.J. Strawberry 


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 Henry 


Jr 


F 6-6 204 


Roxbuiy, 


N.J. 


21 Mike Grinnon 


Jr 


F 6-6 211 


Huntington, N.Y 


22 Nik Caner-Medley So, 


F 6-8 233 


Portland, Maine 


23 Mike Jones 


Fr 


G 6-5 196 


Dorchester Mass, 


25 Ekene Ibekwe 


Fr 


F 6-9 211 


Careon, 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 Williams 


Assistant Coaches: Dave Dickerson, Jimmy Patsos, 


Matt Kovarik 


Season Statistics 

Name GP FG% FT% Reb.-Avg 


Asst. 


Pts.-Avg. 


John Gilchrist 


32-30 .474 


.702 144-4,5 


159 


492-15.4 


Jamar Smith 


32-32 .421 


.472 283-8,8 


39 


418-13.1 


Nik Caner-Medley 


32-32 .433 


.657 151-4.7 


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 


39-14 


Will Bowers 


19-0 .308 


.615 22-1.2 


4 


16-0,8 


Andre Collins 


6-1 .467 


.000 7-1.2 


10 


15-2,5 


Mike Grinnon 


11-0 .333 


.667 11-1.0 


5 


6-0,5 


Darien Henry 


9-0 .500 


.000 2-0.2 





4-0,4 


Maryland Totals 


32 .441 


.631 1322-41.3 


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 UTEP. 86-83 
Denver Region Second Round - lost to Syracuse. 72-70 



Team Roster 

No. Name 



Yr. Pos. Ht. Wt Hometown 



1 Landon Milboume Fr 


F 6-7 


205 Roswell.Ga. 


2 D.J. Strawberry 


Sr 


G 6-5 


201 Corona, Calif 


5 Eric Hayes 


Fr 


G 6-3 


175 Dumfries. Va, 


15 James Gist 


Jr 


F 6-8 


223 Silver Spring, Md, 


21 Greivis Vasquez Fr 


G 6-5 


195 Caracas. Venezuela 


23 Mike Jones 


Sr 


G 6-5 


204 Dorchester, Mass, 


24 Pamsh Brown 


Sr 


G 6-1 


175 Chicago, III 


25 Ekene Ibekwe 


Sr 


F 6-9 


220 Carson, Calif. 


31 Will Bowers 


Sr 


C 7-1 


262 Hanover Md. 


32 Jerome Bumey 


Fr 


F 6-9 


210 Atlanta, Ga. 


33 Gini Chukura 


Sr 


F 6-5 


210 Silver Spring, Md. 


35 Dave Neal 


So. 


F 6-7 


255 McLean, Va. 


50 BambaleOsby 


Jr 


F 6-8 


250 Richmond, Va. 


Head Coach: Gary Williams 


Assistant Coaches: Michael Adams, Chuck Driesell. Keith Booth 


Season Statistics 

Name GP FG% n% Reb.-Avq. 


Asst. Pts.-Avg. 


D.J. Strawberry 


34-34 .477 


.685 


15144 


119 505-14,9 


Mike Jones 


34-33 .469 


.791 


110-3.2 


47 468-13,8 


James Gist 


34-33 .535 


.709 


246-7.2 


45 430-12,6 


Ekene Ibekwe 


33-32 .494 


.636 


256-7.8 


27 344-10,4 


Greivis Vasquez 


34-22 .444 


.798 


112-3,3 


157 334-9,8 


Bambale Osby 


34-2 .563 


.587 


131-3,9 


16 198-5,8 


Eric Hayes 


34-11 .420 


.912 


64-1,9 


132 1634,8 


Pamsh Brown 


31-2 .405 


.652 


40-1.3 


28 96-3,1 


Will Bowers 


34-1 .439 


.667 


61-1.8 


10 74-2,2 


Dave Neal 


27-0 .419 


.727 


32-1.2 


1 44-1.6 


Landon Milboume 


16-0 .357 


.500 


12-0.8 


4 16-1.0 


Jason McAlpin 


8-0 400 


.000 


3-04 


6-0.8 


Gini Chukura 


10-0 429 


.000 


6-0.6 


1 7-0.7 


TEAM 






101-3,1 




i;iaryland Totals 


34 .478 


.695 1325-39.0 


587 2685-79.0 


Opponent Totals 


34 .389 


.694 1256-36.9 


396 2295-67.5 



ACC Tournament 

Quarterfinals - lost to Miami, 67-62 

NCAA Tournament 

East Region First Round - defeated Davidson, 82-70 
East Region Second Round - lost to Butler 62-59 



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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. 



Bosey 
Berger 

All-America 
1931 • 1932 






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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-America selection 
and a consensus pick in 1932... his selection is considered a great feat 
because Maryland was an agricultural school at the time and not among 
the 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 19.1 points over the nine-game conference 
season ... also played baseball and signed a professional contract with 
the Cleveland Indians upon graduation ... played in the major leagues 
for six years, with the Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox and Boston 
Red Sox ... left baseball with a .236 lifetime average. 



Gene 
Shoe 

All-America 
1953 • 1954 





8-2, 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 scoring until 1974 
... was the third overall player selected in the 1954 NBA Draft by the 
Philadelphia Warriors ... was All-Pro twice and a five-time NBAAII-Star 
during his 10-year NBA career with the Warriors, 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 


FGM-FGA 


PCT. 


rm-FTA 


PCT. 


AST 


REB 


PTS-Avq. 


1951-52 


21 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


224-10.6 


1952-53 


23 


176-375 


.469 


156-223 


.700 


- 


- 


508-22.1 


1953-54 


30 


237-469 


.505 


180-228 


.789 


- 


- 


654-21.8 


Career 


74 


- 


- 


— 


- 


— 


— 


1386-187 



Tom 
McMillen 

All-America 
1972 • 1973 • 1974 





6-11, Forward 
Mansfield, Pa. 
Played: 1972-74 




Averaged 20.5 points and 9.8 rebounds during his three-year career ... 
was selected as a three-time All-American and a three-time Academic 
All-American ... 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 scoring average over 20 points per game ... led Maryland to the 
1972 National Invitation Tournament championship, earning tournament 
MVP honors ... eamed a silver medal for the United States in the 1972 
Olympic Games ... played in the NBA for 1 1 seasons with Buffalo, Atlanta, 
New Yort< 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 district in 1986 ... served as Co-Chair of 
the President's Commission on Physical Fitness. 

McMilien's Career Statistics 



YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


PCT 


FTM-FTA 


PCT 


AST 


REB 


PTS-Avq, 


1971-72 


32 


235428 


.549 


197-241 


.817 


33 


306-9.6 


667-20.8 


1972-73 


29 


250427 


.585 


116-145 


.800 


28 


284-9.8 


616-21,2 


1973-74 


27 


214404 


.530 


96-126 


.762 


41 


269-10,0 


524-19.4 


Career 


83 


699-1259 


.555 


409-512 


.799 


102 


859-9.8 


1807-20.5 



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Len 
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) ... 41 2 rebounds and 14.7 average in 1974 
are school records ... career rebounding average of 12.2 rebounds a 
game is also the Maryland record ... three-time AII-ACC selection ... 
Maryland MVP in 1973 and its Outstanding Senior in 1974 ... drafted 
in the first round of the 1 974 NBA Draft by the Washington Bullets, 
but chose to sign with the Indiana Pacers of the American Basketball 
Association ... spent 10 seasons in the NBA and ABA with the 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 1 987 ... the first former pro 
basketball player to graduate from the prestigious law school. 



Elmore's Career Statistics 



YE AR GP FGM-FGA 

1 971-72 32 126-273 
1972-73 ' 26 112-239 



PCT. FTM- FTA PCT. 

,462 95-12 6 ,754" 

,469 37- 61 607^ 

1973-74 28 170-324 .525 69-91 758 

Career 



REB PT S-Avg. 



AST 

37 351-11,0 347-10,8 
35 "'290-11, 2 261-10.0 
48 "412-147 409-14.6 



408-836 .488 201-278 .723 120 1053-12.2 1017-11.8 





John 
Lucas 

All-America 
1974 • 1975 





6-4, Guard 
Durham, N.C. 
Played: 1973-76 




Three-time All-America selection who is considered by many as the 
greatest guard in the history of the Terps' program ... first Maryland 
player to earn first team AII-ACC honors in three straight seasons ... 
the No. 5 all-time Maryland scorer with 2,01 5 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 All-American 
in tennis, a sport in which he was a two-time ACC singles champion 
and earned that same honor in doubles play ... No. 1 selection in 
the 1976 NBA college draft ... played 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. 


nW-FTA 


PCT, 


AST 


REB 


PTS-Avfi. 


1972-73 
1973-74 


30 
28 


190-353 
253-495 


538 
.511 


45-64 
5fr77" 


,703 
,753 


178 
159 


83-2.8 
82-2.9 


425-14.2 
564-20.1 


1974-75 


24 


186-339 


,549 


97-116 


,836 


91 


1004,2 


469-19.5 


1975-76 


28 


233^56 


.511 


91-117 


,778 


86 


109-3.9 


557-19.9 


Career 


110 


862-1843 


.518 


291-374 


.778 


514 


3744.4 


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Albert 
King 

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 17.4 points per game 
is the sixth-best in school history ... 38 points vs. Clemson in 1980 
is a Maryland record in ACC Tournament 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 first team 
AII-ACC selection again in 1981 ... came to Maryland regarded as 
the nation's lop high school recnjit. having averaged 38.6 points 
and 22 rebounds as a high school senior ... picked in the first round, 
the 10th selection overall, of the 1 981 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 

YEAR GP 


Career Statistics 

FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. AST 


REB 


PIS-Avg. 


1977-76 28 


164-327 .502 53-62 .646 64 


187-6,7 


381-13.6 


1978-79 28 


191-367 .494 62-61 .765 62 


144-5,1 


444-15.9 


197^80 31 


275-497 .553 124-151 .821 86 


207-6.7 


674-21.7 


1980-«1 31 


232-462 .502 95-117 .812 92 


177-5.7 


559-18.0 


Career 118 


862-16n .515 334431 .766 304 


715^.1 


2058-17.4 




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Buck 
Williams 

All-America 
1981 



Len 
Bias 

All-America 
1985 • 1986 




Walt 
Williams 

All-America 
1992 



8-8, 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 
IVIaryland 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 during 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 1 981 and was selected as the No. 3 player 
overall by the New Jersey Nets ... named as the NBA Rookie of 
the Year in 1982 ... played 18 seasons in the NBA with the Nets, 
Portland Trail Blazers and the New York Knicks. 



Williams' Career Statistics 

YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-RA PCT. AST REB 


PTS-Avq. 


1978-79 30 120-206 .583 60-109 .550 18 323-10.8 


300-10.0 


1979-80 24 143-236 .606 85-128 .664 27 242-10,1 


371-15.5 


1980-81 31 183-283 .647 116-182 .637 31 363-11.7 


482-15.5 


Career 85 446-725 .615 261-419 .623 76 928-10.9 


1153-13.6 



6-8, Forward 
Landover, Md. 
Played: 1983-86 




Unanimous choice on almost every All-America squad following his 
senior season ...he was athird-team All-America selection in 1985, 
as a junior ... only Terp ever to be named the ACC Player of the Year 
twice (in 1985 and 1986) ... Bias is the Terps' second all-time lead- 
ing scorer with 2,149 career points ... he holds two of the school's 
top four single-season marks ... led the ACC in scoring two straight 
years ... his best scoring perfomnance, 41 points at Duke in 1986, 
ranks as the third-best single-game perfomnance 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-FFA 


PCT. 


AST 


REB 


PTS-AvQ. 


1982-83 


30 


86-180 


.478 


42-66 


.636 


22 


1254.2 


217-7.2 


1983*1 


32 


211-372 


,567 


66^6 


.767 


48 


1454.5 


488-15.2 


1984-85 


37 


274-519 


.528 


153-197 


.777 


65 


251-6.8 


701-18.9 


1985-86 


32 


267491 


.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 
during that period ... broke season records with 776 points and a 
26.8 average as a senior ... recorded a nation's best seven-game 
streak of 30 points or more as a senior ... finalist for the Wooden 
and Naismith Player of the Year awards as a senior ... closed his 
career as the school's No. 11 all-time scorer viith 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 1 992 ... drafted by the Sacra- 
mento Kings in the first round of the NBA college draft, the 7th pick 
overall ... has played for Miami, Toronto, Portland, Houston and 
Dallas in the NBA. 

Williams' Career Statistics 



YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


PCT 


FTM-HA 


PCT. 


AST 


REB 


PTS-Avg. 


1988-89 


26 


75-170 


.441 


33-53 


.623 


66 


92-3.5 


190-7.3 


1989-90 


33 


143-296 


.483 


104-134 


,776 


149 


1384.2 


420-12.7 


1990-91 


17 


109-243 


.449 


72-86 


.837 


91 


86-5.1 


318-18.7 



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Joe 
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All-America 
1994 • 1995 



Keitii 
Bootli 

All-America 
1997 



Steve 
Francis 

All-America 
1999 







6-10, Forward/Center 
Norfolk, Va. 
Played: 1994-95 



6-6, Forward 
Baltimore, Md. 
Played: 1994-97 






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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 Ail-American as a freshman ... he became one 
of only three sophomores in the history of the conference to earn 
player of the year honors, joining only NC State's David Thompson 
and Virginia's Ralph Sampson ... an AII-ACC first-team selection 
in both his freshman and sophomore seasons ... averaged 20.8 
points and 10.7 rebounds as a sophomore ...averaged 20.1 points 
and 1 0.7 rebounds for his 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 
Tlmben/volves. 

Smith's Career Statistics 




6-3, Guard 
Takoma Park, Md. 
Played: 1999 



YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


PCI 

522 


FTM-FTA 
168-229" 


PCT. 
734 


AST 

25 


REB 

321-10.7 


PTS-Avfl. 


1993-94 


30 


206-395 


582-19.4 


1994-95 


34 


245424 


578 


209-282 


,741 


40 


362-10,7 


708-20,8 


Career 


S4 


451-819 


.550 


377-511 


.737 


65 


683-10.7 


1290-20.1 



AP third team All-America selection and a consensus first-team 
selection his senior season. 1997 ... received two votes in the ACC 
Player-of-Ihe Year voting - the only player besides Wake Forest's 
Tim Duncan to receive voting consideration ... a four-time AII-ACC 
honoree, he earned first team honors as a senior, third team as a 
junior, and honorable mention designation during his freshman and 
sophomore seasons ... played on four NCAA Tournament 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 World Championship team as the Bulls won the 1998 
NBA championship. 

Bootii's Career Statistics 

YEAR GP FG M-FGA PCT, FTMFTA PCT AST REB (T3-Ayg. 




1993-94 
1994-95 


30 
34 


ii3-y9 

126-277 


.455 


8MJ9 
114-164 


584 
.695 


65 
76 


16^61 
247-7.3 


324-10,8 
369-10,9 


1995-96 


30 


14M28 


.442 


162-214 


,757 


73 


233-7.8 


459-15,3 


1996-97 


32 


205-437 


.469 


213-297 


,717 


82 


253-79 


624-19,5 



Career 126 569-1,291 .456 57M24 .699 286 91HJ 177H4.1 



Asecond team All-America selection following his outstanding junior 
season at Maryland ...AII-ACC first team and ACC All-Toumamenl 
first team selection ... finished fourth in the balloting for ACC Player 
of the Year in 1 999 .. . named the Division I newcomer of the year 
and a first team Ail-American by Sports Illustrated ... finalist for the 
Naismith and Wooden awards as the collegiate player of the year 
,,, All-America second-team by Eastern Basl<etball ,,, AII-ACC de- 
fensive team by the ACC coaches ... earned 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-tournament team at the Puerto Rico Shootout , , . 
selected by the Vancouver Grizzlies as the second overall pick in 
the first round of the 1 999 NBA Draft and later traded to the Houston 
Rockets , ,, named NBA Co-Rookie of the Year in 2000 and voted to 
the NBAAII-Star Game in 2002. 

Francis' Career Statistics 

YEAR GP FG M-FGA PCT FTM-FTA PCT AS T REB PTS^va. 

1998-99' 34 ~^05^i92 .5^3 124-157 .790 152 154-4.5 579-17,0 






Juan 
Dixon 

All-America 
2001 • 2002 



6-3, Guard 
Baltimore, Md. 
Played: 1999-2002 




Led Terps in scoring and steais in three straiglit seasons, and led 
Maryland to its first NCAA title . . . consensus Ail-American as a senior, 
earning ACC Player of ttie Year and NCAA Final Four MVP tionors in 
2002 ... led IVIaryland to consecutive Final Four appearances, and 
became UM's all-time scoring ctiamp with 2,269 points ... third in vot- 
ing for 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 three-pointers ... 9th in NCAA Tournament history in scoring for a 
career (294) and single tournament (155 in 2002) ... the winningest 
Terp ever with 110 victories, and never fouled out in 141 career games 
... second in Maryland and ACC history, and 12th in NCAA history, with 
333 career steals ... scored in double digits in 54 straight games to end 
his career, the second longest streak in Terp history ... joined Lonny 
Baxter to become the highest-scoring tandem (4,127 points) in NCAA 
history to win a national championship ... selected 17th overall by the 
Washington Wizards in the 2002 NBA draft. 



Dixon' 

YEAR GP 


s Career Statistics 

FGM-FGA POT HM-FTA PCT AST 


REB 


PTS-Avg. 


1998-99 34 


85-192 .443 44-53 .830 47 


88-2.6 


250-7.4 


1999-00 35 


234-506 .462 113-143 .790 127 


192-5.5 


630-18.0 


2000-01 34 


235-508 .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 


599-4.2 


2269-16.1 




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Lonny 
Baxter 

All-Ameiica 
2002 



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Blake 




6-S, Forward/Center 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Played: 1999-2002 







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A powerful bruiser with excellent hands and touch around the basket 
helped him become just the 10th player in NCAA history to earn NCAA 
Regional MVP honors in consecutive seasons ... member of the 
Wooden Award All-America Team in 2002 while helping lead the Terps 
to their first national championship ... guided Maryland to Final Four 
appearances in 2001 and 2002 ... shares the Maryland record for most 
starts in a career in the NCAA tournament (16) ... finished his career 
as Maryland's second-leading rebounder and sixth-leading scorer of 
all-time ... two rebounds shy of becoming the second player in school 
history with 1 ,000 rebounds ... two rebounds shy of becoming the first 
player in Maryland history with 1,500 points and 1,000 rebounds ... 
three-time AII-ACC recipient, earning first team honors in 2000, and 
second team accolades as a junior and senior ... combined with Juan 
Dixon to be the highest-scoring tandem (4,127 points) in NCAA history 
to win a national championship ... with Dixon, joined Len Elmore and 
Tom McMillen (1974) as the only other pair of first team Ail-Americans 
on the same team in Maryland history ... selected with the 44th pick of 
the 2002 NBA draft by the Chicago Bulls. 



Baxter 

YEAR GP 


's Career Statistics 

FGM-FGA POT FTM-FTA PCT AST 


REB 


PTS-Avq. 


1998-99 32 


82-137 .599 51-89 ,573 18 


116-3.6 


217-6.8 


1999-00 35 


218409 .533 111-187 ,594 31 


308-8.8 


547-15.6 


2000-01 36 


219-387 .566 122-206 .592 19 


286-7.9 


561-15.6 


2001-02 35 


193-354 .545 147-236 .623 28 


288-8,2 


533-15.2 


Career 138 


712-1287 .553 431-718 .600 96 


998-7.2 


1858-13.5 



8-3, Guard 
Miami Lakes, Fla. 
Played: 2000-03 




Elite playmaker who started for the Terps for four years at point guard 
and finished his career as Maryland's all-lime leader in assists, games 
started and minutes played ... finished his career fifth on the NCAA's 
all-time assists charl with 972 and fourth in ACC career assists behind 
Bobby Hurtey (1 ,076), Chris Corchiani (1 ,038) and Ed Cota (1 ,030) . . . AP 
Honorable Mention All-America selection and first team AII-ACC choice 
as a senior ... a semifinalist for the Wooden Award and Naismith National 
Player of the Year Award ... led the 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 ... joined UNC's Ed Cota as 
just the second player in ACC history with 1,000 points, 800 assists 
and 400 rebounds... played every game of his four-year career which ' 
included three Sweet Sixteen appearances, two trips to the Final Four, a ' 
national title and 15 NCAA Tournament games ... Maryland was 103-35 
with Blake as its point guard overall, 13-3 in the NCAAToumament .., 
contributed in 51 career ACC victories ... 4,312 minutes played more 
than any player in Maryland history ... selected in the second round of 
the 2003 NBA Draft by the Washington Wizards. 

Biaice's Career Statistics 



YEAR 


GP 


FGM-FGA 


PCT 


FTM-FTA 


PCT 


AST 


REB 


PTS-Avg, 


1999-00 


35 


86-211 


,408 


35-51 


.686 


217 


106-3.0 


244-7.0 


2000-01 
2001-02 


36 
36 


83-208 
91-238 


.399 
.382 


45-63 
61-74 


.714 
.824 


248 
286 


108-3.0 
137-3.8 


248-6.9 
287-8.0 


2002-03 


31 


114-275 


.415 


68-83 


.819 


221 


114-3.7 


360-11.6 


TOTAL 


138 


374-932 


.401 


209-271 


.771 


973 


465-3,4 


1139-8,3 



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Award Winners 



National Honors 

National Player of the Year 

Player Year Selection Board or Panel 


Joe Smith 


1995 


AP, UPI, Nalsmlth 1 


National Coach of the Year 

Coach Year Selection Board or Panel 


Gary Williams 


2001 


Playboy 


Gary Williams 


2002 


Basketball America 




2002 


CBSSportsllne.com 




2002 


Winged Foot Award (New York Athletic Club) 




2002 


Victor Award (Natl Academy of Sports Editors) 


All-Americans 

Player Year Selection Board or Panel 


Louis Berqer 


1931 


HF 




1932* 


CV-1stTeam,HF 


Gene Shue 


1953 


CV-2nd Team 




1954 


CV-2ndTeam.HF 


Tom McMillen 


1972 


CV-2nd Team, AP-3rd Team, UPI-3rd Team 




1973 


CV-1 st 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-1stTeam, UPl-lstTeam, BW-lst Team, AP-2nd Team 




1976* 


AP-lstTeam, CV-1stTeam, UPHstTeam, BW-lst Team 


Albert King 


1980 


AP-lst Team, CV-2nd Team, NABC-2nd Team, UPI-2nd Team 




1981 


UPI-2nd Team, NABC-3rd Team 


Buck Williams 


1981 


CV-2nd Team 


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-lstTeam, NABC-lstTeam, UPl-lstTeam, 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-lstTeam, NABC-lstTeam, BW-lst Team, TSN-1stTeam, WD-lstTeam 


Lonny Baxter 


2002 


WD-lstTeam 


Academic All-Americans 

Player Year Selection Board or Panel 


Tom McMillen 


1972 


GTE/CoSIDA-lstTeam 


Tom McMillen 


1973 


GTE/CoSIDA-1stTeam 


Tom McMillen 


1974 


GTE/CoSIDA-1s!Team 


Greq Manning 


1981 


GTE/CoSIDA-2nd Team 


Matt Roe 


1991 


GTE/CoSIDA-1stTeam 


* Consensus All-Americans are determined by first team selections on a majority of major All-America teams 

AP-Associated Press; NABC-Basketball Coaches; BT-Basketball Times; BW-Basketball Writers; CV-Conyerse; HF-Helms Founda- 
tion; TSN-The Sporting News; UPl-United Press International; WD-Wooden Award 



ACC 
Honors 

ACC Player of 
the Year 



1979-80 


Albert King 


1984-85 


Len Bias 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


1994-95 


Joe Smith 


2001-02 


Juan Dixon 


ACC Rookie of 
the Year 

1978-79 Buck Williams 


1993-94 


Joe Smith 


ACC Coach of 
the Year 

1974-75 Lefty Driesell 


1979-80 


Lefty Driesell 


1997-98 


Gary Williams 
(ACC/l(Wele IMaijazine) 


1999-00 
2001-02 


Gary Williams 

(Co/tege Hoops llluslraledj 

Gary Williams 


AII-ACC 
Selections 

1953-54 Gene Shue (1st) 


1954-55 


BobKessler(2nd) 


1955-56 


Bob Kessler (2nd) 


1956-57 


Bob O'Brien (2nd) 


1957-58 


Nick Davis (2nd) 


Jotin Nacindk (2rd) 


1958-59 


Charles McNeil (2nd) 


1959-60 


Al Bunge (1st) 


Bob McDonald (2nd) 


1960-61 


Bob McDonald (2nd) 


1962-63 


Jerry Greenspan (2nd) 


1964-65 


Jay McMillen (2nd) 


1965-66 


Gary Ward (2nd) 


1968-69 


Will Hetzel (2nd) 


1969-70 


Will Hetzel (2nd) 


1970-71 


Jim OBrien (2nd) 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen (1sl) 


Len Elmore (2nd) 


1972-73 


Tom McMillen {1st) 


Len Elmore (2nd) 


1973-74 


Len Elmore (Isl) 


John Lucas (Isll 


1974-75 


John Lucas (1st) 


Owen Brown (2nd) 


Brad Davis (2nd) 


Maurice Howard (2nd) 


1975-76 


John Lucas (1 St) 


1976-77 


Brad Davis (2nd) 


1978-79 


Larry Gibson (2nd) 


1979-80 


Albert King (1st) 


Greq Manning (2ndl 


Buck Williams (2nd| 


1980-81 


Albert King (2nd) 


Buck Williams (2nd) 


1982-83 


Adnan Branch (2nd) 


Ben Coleman (2nd) 


1983-84 


_ Ben Coleman (2nd) 



1984-85 


Len Bias (1st) 


Adrian Branch (2nd) 


1985-86 


Len Bias (1st) 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis (2nd) 


1988-89 


Tony Massenburg (3rd) 


Jerrod Mustaf (3rd) 


1990-91 


Matt Roe (3rd) 


1991-92 


Walt Williams (1st) 


1993-94 


Joe Smith (1st) 


Exree Hipp (HM) 


Johnny Rhodes (HM) 


DuaneSimpkins(HM) 


1994-95 


Joe Smith (1st) 


Johnny Rhodes (3rd) 


Keith Booth (HM) 


Exree Hipp (HM) 


Duane Simpkins (HM) 


1995-96 


Johnny Rhodes (2nd) 


Keith Booth (3rd) 


Exree Hipp (HM) 


Duane Simpkins (HM) 


1996-97 


Keith Booth (1st) 


Laron Profit (HM) 


1997-98 


Rodney Elliott (3rd) 


Laron Profit (3rd) 


Obinna Ekezie (HM) 


1998-99 


Steve Francis (Isl) 


Terence Morris (2nd) 


Laron Profit (3rtJ) 


Terrell Stokes (HM) 


1999-00 


Lonny Baxter (1sl) 


Juan Dixon (1sl) 


Terence Monis (2nd) 


Steve Blake (HM) 


2000-01 


Juan Dixon (1st) 


Lonny Baxter (2nd) 


Terence Moms (3rd) 


Steve Blake (HM) 


2001-02 


Juan Dixon (Isl) 


Lonny Baxter (2nd) 


Steve Blake (3rd) 


Chris Wilcox (3rd) 


Byron Mouton (HM) 


2002-03 


Steve Blake (1st) 


Drew Nicholas (2nd) 


Ryan Randle (3rd) 


2003-04 


John Gilchrist (3rd) 


2004-05 


NikCaner-Medley(3rd) 


John Gilchrist (HM) 


2005-06 


Nik Caner-Medley (3rd) 


2006-07 


D.J. Strawberry (2nd) 


James Gist (HM) 


Ekenelbekwe(HM) 


2007-08 


James Gist (2nd) 


GreivisVasque2(2nd) 




AII-ACC 
Tournament 

1954 Gene Shue (Isl ) 

1956 Bob Kessler (2n d') 



1957 


John Nadncik (2nd) 


1958 


Nick Davis (1sl) 


Chartes McNeil (1sl) 


Al Bunge (2nd) 


1961 


Bill Slasiulalis (2nd) 


1962 


Jerry Greenspan (2nd) 


1965 


Jay McMillen (2nd) 


Gary Ward (2nd) 





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Len Eimore (1st) 


Tom McMillen (1st) 


k'. ■< Jim O'Brien (2nd) 


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Tom McMiiien (1st) 


John Lucas (Isl) 


Jim O'Brien (2nd) 


1974 


Tom McMiiien (Isl) 


Jolin Lucas (Isl) 


Maurice Howard (Isl) 


Len Eimore (2nd) 


Owen Brown (2nd) 


1975 


John Lucas {1st) 


1976 


Maurice Howard (2nd) 
Steve Sheppard (2nd) 


1978 


Lawrence Boston (2nd) 


Lartv Gibson (2nd) 


1979 


Larry Gibson (2nd) 


1980 


Albert King (1st, MVP) 


Greg Manning (Isl) 


EmesI Graham (2nd) 


Buck Wiiiiams (2nd) 


1981 


Albert King (1st) 


Buck Wiiiiams (1sl) 


Ernest Graham (2nd) 


1984 


Len Bias (1st , MVP) 


Ben Coieman (1sl) 


Adrian Branch (2nd) 


1986 


Len Bias (1st) 


1988 


Keith Gatlin {2nd) 


1989 


Tony Massenburg (1st) 


1992 


Walt Wiiiiams (2nd) 


1995 


Exree Hipp (2nd) 


Joe Smith (2nd) 


1996 


Keith Booth (2nd) 


1997 


Keith Booth (2nd) 


1998 


Rodney Elliott (2nd) 


1999 


Steve Francis (1st) 


2000 


Lonny Baxter (Isl) 


Juan Dixon (Isl) 


Terence Morris {2nd) 


2001 


Juan Dixon (Isl) 


Lonny Baxter (2nd) 


2002 
2004 


Steve Blake (2nd) 
John Gilchrist (Isl MVP) 


Jamar Smith (1st) 


Travis Garrison (2nd) 



ACC Player 
of the Week 



1972-73 


Tom McMiiien 


Jim O'Brien 


1973-74 


John Lucas 


Len Elmore 


1974-75 


Tom Roy (2) 


John Lucas (2) 


1975-76 


Steve Sheppard 


Maurice Howard 


John Lucas 


1977-78 


Lawrence Boston 


1978-79 


Ernest Graham 


Albert King 


Greg Manning 


1979-80 


Albert King (2) 


Greg Manning 


1980-81 


Albert King (2) 


1982-83 


Adrian Branch 


Herman Veal 


1983-84 


Ben Coleman (2) 


JeffAdkins 


Adrian Branch 


1984-85 


Len Bias 


Adrian Branch 


1985-86 


Len Bias (2) 


1986-87 


Derrick Lewis 


1987-88 


Denick Lewis 


1988-89 


John Johnson 


1989-90 


Tony Massenburg 


1991-92 


Walt Wiiiiams 


1992-93 


Kevin McLinton 


1994-95 


Joe Smith (2) 


Johnny Rhodes 


1995-96 


Keith Booth 


Johnny Rhodes 


1996-97 


Keith Booth (2) 


1997-98 


Sarunas Jasikevicius 


1998-99 


Steve Francis (2) 


Laron Profit 


1999-00 


Lonny Baxter 


Juan Dixon (2) 



Terence Morris 



2000-01 



Lonny Baxter 



2001-02 



Juan Dixon (2) 



2002-03 



Juan Dixon (3) 



Steve Blake 



2003-04 



2004-05 



John Gilchrist (3) 



2006-07 



John Gilchrist (2) 



Mike Jones 



D.J. Strawberry (3) 



2007-08 



James Gist 



Greivis Vasquez 



ACC Rookie of 
the Week 

1970-71 Jim O'Brien (2) 



Darrell Brown 


Howard White 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen (4) 


Len Elmore 


1972-73 


John Lucas (2) 


1974-75 


Brad Davis (3) 


Steve Sheppard 


1975-76 


Lany Gibson 


Lawrence Boston 


1976-77 


Bill Bryant (2) 


Mike Davis 


Jo Jo Hunter 


1977-78 


Greg Manning (2) 


Albert King 


1978-79 


Buck Wiiiiams (3) 


1981-82 


Adrian Branch (3) 


1982-83 


Ben Coieman (2) 


1983-84 


Keith Gatlin 


1984-85 


Derrick Lewis (3) 


1985-86 


John Johnson 


1986-87 


TeyonMcCoy(2) 


Sieve Hood 


1987-88 


Brian Wiiiiams (2) 


1988-89 


JerrodMuslaf(3) 


1990-91 


Garfield Smilh 


1992-93 


Exree Hipp (2) 


Johnny Rhodes (2) 


1993-94 


Joe Smith (6) 


1999-00 


Tahj Hoiden 


2003-04 


D.J. Strawberry 


Mike Jones 


2006-07 


Greivis Vasquez 



SC Honors 

All-Southern 
Conference 

1930-31 Bosey Berger 



Ed Ronkin 


1932-33 


Rufus Vincent 


1935-36 


Bemie Buscher 


Vic Willis 


1937-38 


George Knepley 


1938-39 


George Knepley 


Eddie Johnson 


George DeWitt 


194445 


Jack Flynn 


194849 


Lee Brawley 



All-Southern 

Conference 

Tournament 



1931 


Bosey Berger 


Ed Ronkin 


1939 


George Knepley 


1945 


Jack Flynn 


1951 


Dick Koffenberger 


1953 


Gene Shue (MVP) 



Academic 
Honors 

Phi Beta Kappa 



1978-79 



Eric Shrader 



NCAA Post- 

Graduate 

Scholarship 

Tom Miiroy (all.) 



1970 



1974 



Tom McMillen 



1991 



Greg Manning 



Matt Roe 



AII-ACC 
Academic 



1966-67 


Jay McMillen 


1968-69 


Tom Miiroy 


1971-72 


Tom McMillen 


1972-73 


Tom McMillen 


1973-74 


Tom McMiiien 


1976-77 


Steve Sheppard 


Brian Magid 


1978-79 


Greg Manning 


1979-80 


Greg Manning 


1980-81 


Greg Manning 


1983-84 


Charles Drieseil 


1984-85 


Charies Drieseil 


1990-91 


Matt Roe 


1994-95 


Kurtis Shultz 


1996-97 


MattKovarik 


1998-99 


Mike Mardesich 


1999-00 


Mike Mardesich 


2000-01 


Mike Mardesich 


Byron Mouton 



Scholar- 
Award 

1989-90 



Athlete 



Matt Roe 



1990-91 


Matt Roe 


1991-92 


Vince Broadnax 


1992-93 


Kurtis Shultz 


1993-94 


Kurtis Shultz 


1994-95 


Matt Raydo 


1995-96 


Matt Kovarik 


1996-97 


MattKovarik 


1997-98 


Matt Kovarik 


1998-99 


MattHahn 


1999-00 


MaltHahn 


2000-01 


Mike Mardesich 


2002-03 


Mike Grinnon 


2003-04 


Mike Grinnon 


2004-05 


Mike Grinnon 


2005-06 


Dave Neai 


2006-07 


Dave Neai 


2007-08 


Dave Neai 



Maryland 

Team 

Honors 

Most Valuable 
Player 



1969-70 


Rod Horst 


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 


Larry Gibson 


1977-78 


Lany Gibson 


1978-79 


Larry Gibson 


1979-80 


Albert King 


1980-81 


Albert King 


1981-82 


Adrian Branch 


1982-83 


Adrian Branch 


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 


Malt Roe 


1991-92 


Walt Williams 


1992-93 


Kevin McLinton 


1993-94 


Joe Smilh 


1994-95 


Joe Smith 


1995-96 


Johnny Rhodes 



1996-97 


Keith Booth 


1997-98 


Rodney Elliott 


1998-99 


Steve Francis 


Terence Morris 


1999-00 


Terence Mortis 


2000-01 


Lonny Baxter 


Juan Dixon 


2001-02 


Juan Dixon 


2002-03 


Drew Nicholas 


Steve Blake 


2003-04 


John Gilchrist 


Jamar Smith 


2005-06 


NikCaner-Medley 


2006-07 


D.J. Strawberry 


2007-08 


James Gist 



Most Improved 
Player 



1969-70 


Spari(V Still 


1970-71 


Jim O'Brien 


1971-72 


Daneli Brown 


1972-73 


John Lucas 


1973-74 


Owen Brown 


1974-75 


Maurice Howard 


1975-76 


Brad Davis 


1976-77 


Lawrence Boston 


1977-78 


Greg Manning 


1978-79 


EmesI Graham 


1979-80 


Taylor Baldwin 


1980-81 


Steve Rivers 


1981-82 


Charies Pittman 


1982-83 


Len Bias 


1983-84 


Terty Long 


1984-85 


Jeff Baxter 


Tom Jones 


1985-86 


Jeff Baxter 


1986-87 


Dave Dickerson 


1987-88 


Tony Massenburg 


1988-89 


Cedric Lewis 


1989-90 


Jesse Martin 


1990-91 


Kevin McLinlon 


1991-92 


Evers Burns 


1992-93 


Chris Kenwin 


1993-94 


Mario Lucas 


Duane Simpkins 


1994-95 


Wayne Bristol 


1996-97 


Obinna Ekezie 


2001-02 


Chris Wilcox 


2006-07 


Mike Jones 


2007-08 


Bambale Osby 



Alvin Aubinoe 

Career 

Contribution 

1969-70 Will Hetzei 



1970-71 


Jay Flowers 


1971-72 


Chariie Blank 


1972-73 


Jim O'Brien 


1973-74 


Tom McMiiien 


1974-75 


Billy Hahn 


1975-76 


John Lucas 


1976-77 


John Pavlos, Mgr. 


1977-78 


Lawrence Boston 


1978-79 


Lany Gibson 


1979-80 


John Biiney 


1980-81 


Albert King 


1981-82 


Dutch Morley 


1982-83 


Adrian Branch 


1983-84 


JeffAdkins 


1984-85 


Charies Drieseil 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


1987-88 


Dertick Lewis 


1988-89 


Dave Dickerson 


1989-90 


Tony Massenburg 


1990-91 


Cedric Lewis 


1991-92 


Wail Wiiiiams 


1992-93 


Evers Bums 



Newcomer of 
the Year 



1987-88 


Brian Wiiiiams 


1988-89 


Jerod Mustaf 


1989-90 


Evers Bums 


1990-91 


Garfield Smith 


1991-92 


John Walsh 


1992-93 


Exree Hipp 


Johnny Rhodes 



Coaches' Award 

1989-90 Jerod Mustaf 



1990-91 


Cedric Lewis 


1991-92 


Garfield Smith 


1992-93 


Kurtis Shultz 



Buck Williams 
Len Elmore 
Rebounding 
Award * 

1969-70 Rod HorsI 



1970-71 


Barry Yates 


1971-72 


Len Elmore 


1972-73 


Len Elmore 


1973-74 


Len Eimore 


1974-75 


Tom Roy 


1975-76 


Lawrence Boston 


1976-77 


Larry Gibson 


1977-78 


Larty Gibson 


1978-79 


Buck Wiiiiams 


1979-80 


Buck Wiiiiams 


1980-81 


Buck Wiiiiams 


1981-82 


Herman Veal 


1982-83 


Ben Coieman 


1983-84 


Ben Coieman 


1984-85 


Len Bias 


1985-86 


Len Bias 


1986-87 


Dertick Lewis 


1987-88 


Denick Lewis 


1988-89 


Tony Massenburg 


1989-90 


Tony Massenburg 


1990-91 


Cedric Lewis 


1991-92 


Evers Bums 


1992-93 


Evers Bums 


1993-94 


Joe Smilh 


1993-94 


Joe Smith 


1995-96 


Keith Booth 


1996-97 


Keith Booth 


1997-98 


Rodney Elliott 


1998-99 


Terence Morris 


1999-00 


Lonny Baxter 


2000-01 


Terence Morns 


2001-02 


Lonny Baxter 


2002-03 


Ryan Randie 


2003-04 


Jamar Smith 


2005-06 


Ekene ibekwe 


2006-07 


Ekene ibekwe 


2007-08 


James Gist 



• Originally named in honor of Chris Pat- 
Ion from 1970-89, Maryland's rebounding 
award was changed lo honor Len Elmore 
from 1990-94, and later amended to in- 
clude Buck Williams' name. 

Bud Millikan 
Befensive 
Player of the 
Year 

1990-91 Vince Broadnax 



Cedric Lewis 


1991-92 


Vince Broadnax 


1992-93 


Kevin McLinton 


1993-94 


Johnny Rhodes 


1994-95 


Exree Hipp 


Joe Smilh 


LeFrak Scholar 

2003-04 NikCaner-Medley 


2004-05 


Ekene ibekwe 


2005-06 


Ekene ibekwe 


2006-07 


Ekene ibekwe 


2007-08 


Jerome Bumey 


Mr. Hustle Award 

1989-90 Vince Broadnax 


1990-91 


Vince Broadnax 


1991-92 


Chris Kera/in 


1992-93 


MikeThibeaull 


1993-94 


Keith Booth 


1994-95 


Matt Raydo 


2001-02 


Byron Mouton 


2003-04 


Darien Henry 


2004-05 


Oarien Henry 


2005-06 


Gini Chukura 



Outstanding 
Free Throw 
Shooter 



1989-90 


Wait Wiiiiams 


1990-91 


Walt Wiiiiams 


1991-92 


Kevin McLinton 


1992-93 


Kevin McLinton 


1993-94 


Duane Simpkins 


1994-95 


Duane Simpkins 


1995-96 


Duane Simpkins 


1996-97 


Samnas Jasikevicius 


1997-98 


Samnas Jasikevicius 


1998-99 


Juan Dixon 


1999-00 


Juan Dixon 


2000-01 


Juan Dixon 


2001-02 


Juan Dixon 


2002-03 


Drew Nicholas 


2003-04 


Chris McCray 


2005-06 


Mike Jones 


2006-07 


Eric Hayes 


2007-08 


Eric Hayes 



Most improved 
Free Throw 
Shooter 

1996-97 Rodney Elliott 



1997-98 



Obinna Ekezie 



Most Assists 
Award 

1989-90 Walt Wiiiiams 



1990-91 


Kevin McLinton 


1991-92 


Kevin McLinton 


1992-93 


Kevin McLinton 


1993-94 


Duane Simpkins 


1994-95 


Duane Simpkins 


1995-96 


Duane Simpkins 


1996-97 


Teneli Stokes 


1997-98 


Teneli Stokes 


1998-99 


Terrell Stokes 


1999-00 


Steve Blake 


2000-01 


Steve Blake 


2001-02 


Steve Blake 


2002-03 


Steve Blake 


2003-04 


John Gilchrist 


2005-06 


D.J. Strawbeny 


2006-07 


Greivis Vasguez 


2007-08 


Greivis Vasguez 


6th Man Award 

2000-01 Danny Miller 


2002-03 


Calvin McCall 


2003-04 


D.J. Strawberry 


2005-06 


Travis Ganison 



Unsung Hero 
Award 

2000-01 LaRon Cephas 



2002-03 


Tahj Hoiden 


2003-04 


Travis Gartison 


Senior Award 

1990-91 Cedric Lewis 


1991-92 


Matt Downing 


1992-93 


Chris Ketwin 


1998-99 


Laron Profil 



Morgan Wootten 

Lifetime 

Achievement* 

1997-98 JackZane 



1998-99 


Johnny Holiiday 


1999-00 


Jack Heise 


2000-01 


Marv Peny 


2001-02 


Jack Zane 


2002-03 


John Brown 


2003-04 


John Rymer 


2004-05 


Bill Conaway 


2005-06 


Bob Mitchell 


2006-07 


Robert Ehriictt 


2007-08 


J.J. Bush 



' Renamed 
Matha High 



in honor of the long-time De- 
School coach in 2003, 



200B-03 MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 



T 



All-Time Roster 



• 
Acito, Joseph 


A 


• 

1944 


Adams, Donald 




1926-27-28 


Adkins, Jeff 




1982-83-84-85 


Allen, Jotm 




1929 


Allen, Benjamin 




1936-37 


Archer, Rudy 




1988 


Anderson, Mike 




1990 


Andorka, William 




1935 


Arsnworthy, Frank 




1949-50 


Auslander, Brian 




1969-71 


Avery, John 




1966-67-68 



B 



Badu, Earl 


2000-01-02 


Bailz, Edward 


1942-43 


Baker, Harmon 


1925 


Balachow, David 


1945 


Baldwin, Tayior 


1979-80-81-82 


Barton, Joseph 


1962 


Baxter, Jeff 


1983-84-85-86 


Baxter, Lonny 


1999-00-01-02 


Beamer, Francis 


1938-39 


Beatty, William 


1924-25-26 


Bechtle, Gerald 


1958-59-60 


Behr, Samuel 


1945 


Berqer, Louis 


1930-31-32 


Benqoechea, Adam 


1938-39-40 


Berlin, H.S. 


1918-19 


Bias, Leonard 


1983-84-85-86 


Bllney, John 


1977-78-79-80 


Blake, Steve 


2000-01-02-03 


Blank, Charles 


1970-71-72 


Blumberq, Norman 


1960-61 


Bodell, Bob 


1971-72-73 


Body, Robert 


1971-72-73 


Boland, Samuel 


NA 


Booth, Keith 


1994-95-96-97 


Bosley, Robert 


1945 


Bosnic, Nick 


1994 


Boston, Lawrence 


1976-77-78 


Bowers, Will 


2004-05-06-07 



Bowie, Adrian 


2008 


Bowie, William 


1936-37 


Boyd, Arthur 


1925-26-27 


Boyle, John 


1975-76 


Branch, Adrian 


1982-83-84-86 


Brawley, C. Lee 


1949-50-51-52 


Brayton, Nell 


1964-65-66 


Brenner, John 


1942 


Bristol, Wayne 


1992-93-94-95 


Broadnax, VInce 


1989-90-91 


Brooks, Ronald 


1952-53-54 


Brown, Dan'ell 


1971-72-73 


Brown, Pamsh 


2006-07 


Brown, Owen 


1973-74-75 


Brown, William 


1936-37 


Bryant, Bernard 


1935 


Bryant, William 


1936-37 


Bryant, William 


1977-78 


Buckley, John 


1945 


Bunqe, Al 


1958-59-60 


Burch, Samuel 


1943 


Burqer, Joseph 


1924-25 


Burney, Jerome 


2008 


Bums, Evers 


1990-91-92-93 


Burton, Tim 


1984-85-86-87 


Buscher, Alton 


1932-33-34 


Buscher, Bernard 


1934-35-36 


Butler, Jay 


1953 



• c 

Campbell, William 



1945 



Caner-Medley, Nik 


2003-04-05-06 


Cardwell, Lee 


1925-26 


Carlson, Phillip 


1963-64-65 


Carpenter, Conrad 


1962-63 


Carter, Harold 


1934 


Carlwriqht, Mark 


1972 


Cephas, LaRon 


1998-99-00-01 


Chalmers, George 


1930-31-32 


Chamberiain, Kevin 


1990 


Chase, Spencer 


1932-33-34 


Chong, Eddie 


1989-90 



Chronlster, Jon 


1991-92 


Chukura, GInl 


2005-06-07 


Clark, Jackie 


1964-65-66 


Cohen, Morris 


1932 


Cole, Kenneth 


1913-14 


Coleman, Ben 


1983-84 


Collins, Andre 


2002-03 


Collins, James 


1938 


Connelly. Thomas 


1951 


Crawford, Mark 


1977 


Crescenze, Edward 


1948 


Crosthwait, Samuel 


1927 


Cutler, Robert 


1958 



Daly, Edward 


1935 


Danko, Euqene 


1958-59 


Davis, Brad 


1975-76-77 


Davis, Mike 


1977-78 


Davis, Nick 


1956-57-58 


Davis, Todd 


1990-91-92 


Day, S.E, 


1913 


Dean, Thurston 


1927-28-29 


Darstyne, R.S. 


1914 


DeCosmo, Michael 


1964-65 


Dewitt, George 


1939-40 


DIckerson, David 


1986-87-88-89 


DIffe, Granville 


1950 


Dllworth, Robert 


1953-54-55 


Dixon, Juan 


1999-00-01-02 


Downinq, Matt 


1991-92 


Drescher, Richard 


1967-68 


Driesell, Charies 


1982-83-84-85 


Dudley, Aaron 


1991-92 


Dunlap, Howard 


1956 


Dupree, Braxton 


2008 


DuVall, Mearie 


1940, 1942 


Dyer, Harold 


1934 




Edwards, John 


1946-47-48-49 


Eicher, Robert 


1961-62-63 


Eiseman, John 


1918-19 


Ekezie, Oblnna 


1996-97-98-99 


Elliolt, Rodney 


1995-96-97-98 


Elmore, Len 


1972-73-74 


Enqlebert, Erwin 


1944 


Ensor, Lionel 


1924-25-26 


Eskin, Neal 


1981-82-83-84 


Elienne, Max 


1989-90 


Evans, Warren 


1933 


Evans, William 


1928-29-30 


Everett, Robert 


1963-54-55 



Steve Blake 



Faber, John 


1924-25-26-27 


Farmer, Edward 


1983 


Farrell, Shawn 


1978 


Fellows, Frank 


1951-53 


Fennel, E,0. 


1944 


Ferguson, Scoll 


1962-63-64 


Fetters, Robert 


194H2 


Fern, Gustav 


1957 


Fields, Norman 


1996-97-98-99 


Finniff, Douq 


1991 


Flowers, Jay 


1970 


Flynn, John 


1944-45-46 


Fofana, Hassan 


2004-05 


Fothergill, Mark 


1980,82-83-84 


Francis, Steve 


1999 


Franklin, James 


1964-65-66 


Franklin, William 


1965-66 


Fuqua, Frank 


1955 



Garrett, Ashton 


1941 


Ganison, Travis 


2003-04-05-06 


Gatlin, Keith 


1984-85-86,88 


Gaylor, Robert 


1929-30 


Gibson, Lawrence 


1976-77-78-79 


Gilbert, H.D. 


1919 


Gilchrist, John 


2003-04-05 


Gllmore, Jack 


1941 


Gist, James 


2005-06-07-08 


Gleasner, John 


1946 


Gordley, Lan^ 


1972 


Graham, Ernest 


1978-79-80-81 


Greco, Ralph 


1952-53-54 


Gregory, Dino 


2008 


Greenspan, Gerald 


1961-62-63 


Greqq, David 


1986 


Grinnon, Mike 


2002-03-04-05 


Groves, John 


1924 


Guckeyson, Bill 


1935, 37 



H 



Hahn, Matt 


1997-98-99-00 


Hahn, Billy 


1974-75-76 


Hall, irving 


1924 


Halleck, James 


1967-58-59 


Hammeriund, Robert 


1937 


Hankin, Robert 


1960 


Hardiman, Robert 


1955-56-57 


Harrington, Joseph 


1965-86-67 


Hart, Robert 


1978-79 


Hathaway, Jeff 


1978-79 


Hayes, Eric 


2007-08 


Headley, Coleman 


1938 


Heaqy, Al 


1928-29-30 


Heatley Jack 


1946 


Hell, George 


1940 


Helse, John 


1946-47 


Henderson, David 


1977, 1979-80 


Henry, Darien 


2003-04-06 


Hess, Harry 


1930-31 


Hetzel, Fred 


1928-29-30 


Hetzel, Will 


1968-69-70 


Hllden, Charies 


1968-69-70 


Hipp, Exree 


1993-94-95-96 


Hisle, John 


1932 


Hite, Kelly 


1997 


Hoffecker, Thomas 


1945 


Holbert, Peter 


1981-82-83-84 


Holden, Tahj 


2000-01-02-03 


Hood, Steve 


1987-88 


Horn, Hechert 


1942 


Horst, Rod 


1968-69-70 


Horton, Frank 


1992 


Housley, Samuel, NA 


Howard, (vlaurice 


1973-74-75-76 


Huqhes, Harry 


1946 


Huntemann, Charies 


1913-14 


Hunter, Jo Jo 


1977-78 



Ibekwe, Ekene 



2004-05-06-07 



• 1 

Jackson, William 


• 

1951 


Jackson, Reggie 


1979-80-81-82 


Jaeck, Paul 


1945 


James, Robert 


1942-43 


Jarmoska, George 


1941 


Jasikevicius. Saainas 
Jelus, Paul 


1995-96-97-98 
1960-61-62 


Johnson, Edward 


1937-38-39 



.-^^ 








Tahj Holden 



Johnson, James 


1951-52 


Johnson, John 


1986-87-88-89 


Johnson, Julius (Pete) 


1967-68-69 


Jones, Mike 


2004-05-06-07 


Jones, Thomas 


1985-86 


Jones, William 


1966-67-68 


Judd, Donny 


1994-95 



K 



Kaluzienski, Matt 


1989-90 


Kann, R.S. 


1918 


Kaplan, Zev 


1955 


Karver, Mark 


1987-88 


Kassel. Steve 


1979-80-81 


Kasoff, Mitch 


1987-88-89-90 


Kebeck. Steve 


1970-71 


Keene, Robert 


1946 


Keller, Charies 


1935-36-37 


Kelleher, Charies 


1960-61-62 


Kenwn, Chris 


1992-93 


Kessler, Robert 

King, Albert 


1954-55-56 

1978-79.80-81 


Kinsman. James 


1943 


Knepley. Georqe 


1937-38-39 


Knepley. Robert 


1942 


Knode, Robert 


1919 


KoHenberger, Dick 


1950-51-52 


Kovatik, Matt 


1994-95-97-98 


Krtikar.Pete 


1958-59-60 



2G02 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2004 ACC CHAMPIONS 






Ladd, Robert 


1957 


Lake. William 


1946 


Lann.Alvin 


1948, 50 


Ledbetter. Steiiinq 


2005-06 


Leuci, Victor 


1954 


Levin, Julius 


1933 


Levin, Morris 


1952-53 


Levine, Frank 


1933 


Lewis, Cedric 


1988-89-90-91 


Lewis, Derrick 


1985-86-87-88 


Lewis, Robert 


1964 


Linkous, Fred 


1926-27-28 


Long, Terry 


1984-85-86 


Lucas, John 


1973-74-75-76 


Lucas, Mario 


1993-94-95-96 


Luney, William 


NA 



•M 



MacDonald, Jan 


1968 


Mack, Charles 


1949-50 


Madiqan, Georqe 


1928-29-30 


Maqid, Brian 


1976-77 


Manis, Georqe 


1951-52-53 


Manning, Greq 


1978-79-80-81 


Mardesich, Mike 


1998-99-00-01 


Marshal, Alfred 


NA 


Marshall, Ted 


1960-61-62 


Martin, Jesse 


1989-90 


Massenburg, Tony 


1986, 1988-89-90 


May, Charles 


1930-31-32 


Mayolo, Vinny 


1982-83-84-85-86 


Mays, H.W. 


1911 


McAlpin, Jason 


2007-08 


McCall, Calvin 


2000-01-02 


McCarthy, John 


1936-37-38 


McCoy Teyon 


1987-88, 90 


McCray, Chris 


2003-04-05-06 


McCudy, Bnjce 


1949 


McDonald, Robert 


1959, 61 


McDonald. Leib 


1941 


McGinnis, Wayne 


1957 


McHale, Richard 


1971 



McLinton, Kevin 


1990-91-92-93 


McMilien, Jay 


1965-66-67 


McMillen, Thomas 


1972-73-74 


McNeil, Charles 


1958-59 


McWilliams, Samuel 


1963-64 


Mercer, Alvin 


1973-74 


Mema, James 


1956 


Michelson, Sheldon 


1967-68 


IVIilbourne, Landon 


2007-08 


Miller, Danny 


1999-00-01 


Miller, Thomas 


1966 


Milroy, Thomas 


1968-69-70 


Mobus, Paul 


1936-37 


Mondorf, Pershing 


1939-40 


Mont, Thomas 


1942-43, 47 


Moore, Dwight 


1953 


Moore, Perry 


1956-57-58 


Moran, Donald 


1951-52-53 


Morin, Matt 


1990-91-92 


Morley Greq 'Dutch' 


1979-80-81-82 


Moms, Alan 


1972-73 


Morris, John 


1932 


Moms, Terence 


1998-99-00-01 


Monis, William 


1913-14 


Mouton, Byron 


2001-02 


Mueller, Richard 


1964 


Mulitz, Milton 


1937-38, 40 


Murphy William 


1957-58-59 


Munay, Robert 


1947-48-49,55 


Mustaf, Jerrod 


1989-90 



N 



Nacincik, John 


1956-57-58 


Nakannua, Jeff 


1973 


Nared, Greg 


1986-87-88-89 


Neal, Dave 


2006-07-08 


Neal, John 


1971-72 


Nevin, Phil 


1987 


Newsome, John 


1975-76 


Nicholas, Drew 


2000-01-02-03 


Nofsinqer, Michael 


1960-61-62 


Morris, John 


1930-31-32 


Nuttle, Byron 


1943 



O'Brien, Jim 


1971-72-73 


O'Brien, Robert 


1955-56-57 


Ochsenreiter, Eugene 


19394041 


Osby, Bambale 


2007-08 



Palmer, Bryan 


1983-85 


Parker, Alvin 


1924 


Patton, Chris 


1975-76 


Pavlos, John 


1975-76-77 


Pearman, David 


2008 


Peck, Malvin 


1944. 47 


Peebles, Irvinq 


1924 


Petrovic, Nemanja 


1993 


Pinocci, Peter 


1946 


Pittman, Charies 


1981-82 


Pitzer, John 


1930-31 


Poling, William 


1946 


Porac, Richard 


1972-73-74 


Prins, Curtis 


1957 


ProfiL Laron 


1996-97-98-99 



Radice, Julius 


1928-29-30 


Randle, Ryan 


2002-03 


Ready, Michael 


1919 


Rainge, Alan 


1992 


Raydo, Matt 


1994-95-96-97 


Rea, William 


1938-39-40 


Reyes, Andre 


1987 


Rhodes, Johnny 


1993-94-95-96 


Rivers, Steve 


1981-82-83 


Robinson, Jonathan 


1980-81 


Roe, Matt 


1991 


Ronkin, Edward 


1930-31-32 


Rooney Parfck 


1930 


Roy Thomas 


1973-74-75 




Steve Sheppard 



Sandbower. John 


1954-55-56 


Sanders. Harvey 


1970 


Schaufler, Charies 


1955-56 


Scheele, Thomas 


1935 


Schmidt, Francis 


1933 


Schroeder, David 


1961 


Schuerholz, Donald 


1942-43, 47 


Schultz, Loqan 


1938 


Shaffer, Richard 


1939 


Shanahan, Gerty 


1960 


Sheppard, Steve 


1975-76-77 


Shrader, Eric 


1977-78-79 


Shue, Gene 


1952-53-54 


Shultz, Kurtis 


1992-93-94-95 


Shumate, John 


1947 


Sieqnst, Ronald 


194849 


Simpkins, Duane 


1993-94-95-96 


Simms. Harvey 


1939 


Smallwood, Lawrence 


1928-29 


Smith, Atman 


1997-98 


Smith, Bernard 


194849-50 


Smith, Garfield 


1991-92 


Smith, Jamar 


2003-04 


Smith, Joe 


1994-95 


Snyder, Robert 


1933-34 


Sothoron, Norwood 


1934-35 


Slasiulatis, William 


1961-62-63 


Steiner, Carlton 


1942 


Steinman, Edward 


1964 


Stevens, James 


1918 


Stevens, Myron 


1925-26-27 


Stieber, Fred 


1933 


Still, James 


1970-71 


Stobauqh, Richard 


1969 


Stokes, Ten-ell 


1996-97-98-99 


Stone, Junior 


1918-19 


Strachan, John 


1951 




Buck Williams 



Strav(berry, D.J. 


2004-05-06-07 


Sudor, Georqe 


1964 


Suit, Jack 


1941 


Sullivan, William 


1969 


Supplee, William 


1924-25-26 


Sweeney, Daniel 


1963 


Swetnam, Stan 


1974 



Taylor, Richard 


1949 


Thibeault, Mike 


1991-92-93 


Thomas, Fred 


1936-37 


Thurston, Robert 


1955 


Tiffany, Al 


1992-93-94-95 


Tillman, James 


1976-77 


Tomlinson, Chris 


1992-93-94-95 


Travis, Emest 


194243 


Trimble, Japeth 


1972, 74 


Troxell, Walter 


1924-25-26 


Tmax, Terry 


1967-68 


Tucker, Cliff 


2008 


Tull, J.J. 


1914 


Tutyn, Victor 


194647 


Tuschak, Richard 


1944 



u 



Ullman, Bernard 



1941 



Vannais, Leon 


1940 


Vasquez, Greivis 


2007-08 


Veal, Herran 


1981-82-83-84 


Vincent, J.M, 


1914 


Vincent, Rufus 


1932-33-34 



• w 

WainwriqhL Troy 



1988-89-90 



Walker, Georqe 



1933 



Walker, Rodney 



1988 



Walker, Shane 



2008 



Waller, Edward 


1947 


Walsh, John 


1992-93 


Ward, Gary 


1964-65-66 


Watkins, Brian 


1997-98-99 


Walters, Albert 


1935-36-37 


Weber, Georqe 


1933 


Webster, David 


1954-55 


Weidinqer, Charies 


1940 


Weingarten, Julian 


1957-58 


Wharton, James 


1941 


Wheeler, Waverty 


1936-37-38 


White, Joseph 


1942 


White, Howard 


1971-72-73 


Wilcox, Chris 


2001-02 


Wiles, F. Michael 


1969-70 


Wiles, Peter 


1960 


Williams, Charies 'Buck' 


1979-80-81 


Williams, Gary 


1965-66-67 


Williams, Wall 


1989-90-91-92 


Wilson, Robert 


1931-32 


Wilson, Robert 


1960-61 


Wilson, Len 


1913 


Winnemore, Augustine 


1929 


Wise, Richmond 


1964-65-66 


Woodward, Arthur 


194041 


Worthington, Charies 


1969 


Wortsell,Tom 


1987 


Wright, Spencer 


194849 



• 
Yates, Bany 


Y. 


1971 


Yordy, Robert 




1945,49 


Young, Curiey 




1990 


Young, Thomas 




1953-54,58 


Yowell, Roy 




1934 



z 



Zaiesak, Emanuel 


192-^ 


Zimmemian, James 


1935' 


Zizakovic, Lubo 


1993 



Note: This list includes players which 
appeared on rosters as well as some 
managers. 



200B-09 MEDIA S 
RECRUITING GUIDE 



T 



•r 



Career Statistics 






Year 


Name 


G 


MIN 


FG 


FGA 


POT 


3PT 


3PA 


POT 


FT 


FTA 


PCT 


OR 


TR 


AVG 


AST 


TO 


PF 


STL 


BLK 


PTS 


AVG 


81-85 


Adkins, Jeff 


128 


3407 


392 


836 


46.9 


22 


54 


40.7 


193 


285 


67.7 





310 


2.4 


360 





299 


110 


32 


999 


7.8 


59-60 


Alpert, Steve 


6 




2 


5 


40.0 








0.0 








0.0 





1 


0.2 

















4 


0.7 


89-90 


Anderson, Mike 


25 


248 


13 


40 


32.5 


2 


12 


16.7 


26 


36 


72.2 


5 


23 


0.9 


34 


42 


32 


9 





54 


2.2 


87-88 


Archer, Rudy 


31 


1070 


134 


310 


43.2 


48 


122 


39.3 


77 


100 


77.0 


15 


75 


2.4 


172 


86 


48 


38 


2 


393 


12.7 


53-54 


Atchison, Ken 


6 


. 





2 


0.0 








0.0 








0.0 








0.0 




















0.0 


65-68 


Avery, John 


59 


. 


117 


248 


47.2 








0.0 


50 


67 


74.6 





68 


1.2 








59 








284 


4.8 


99-02 


Badu. Eari 


18 


33 


2 


5 


40.0 





1 


0.0 





4 


0.0 





4 


0.2 


9 


3 


2 








4 


0.3 


78-82 


Baldwin, Taylor 


4 


26 


75 


123 


61.0 








0.0 


49 


77 


63.6 





167 


2.0 


20 





129 


5 


50 


199 


2.4 


61-64 


Barton, Joe 


-38 


. 


44 


101 


43.6 








0.0 


30 


47 


63.8 





109 


2.9 








71 








118 


3.1 


82-86 


Baxter, Jeff 


118 


1733 


214 


461 


46.4 


6 


15 


40.0 


117 


161 


72.7 





116 


1.0 


196 





138 


46 


3 


551 


4.7 


98-02 


Baxter, Lonny 


138 


3373 


712 


1287 


55.3 


3 


5 


60.0 


431 


718 


60.0 


347 


998 


7.2 


96 


225 


408 


120 


227 


1858 


13.5 


57-60 


Bechtle, Jeoy 


71 


. 


230 


555 


41.4 








0.0 


153 


214 


71.5 





260 


3.7 

















613 


8.6 


82-86 


Bias, Len 


131 


4302 


838 


1562 


53.6 


3 


11 


27.3 


470 


591 


79.5 





745 


5.7 


168 





332 


84 


87 


2149 


16.4 


76-80 


Bilney, John 


88 


- 


59 


133 


44.4 








0.0 


34 


73 


46.6 





197 


2.2 


41 





132 


28 


20 


152 


1.7 


99-03 


Blake. Steve 


138 


4312 


374 


932 


.401 


182 


478 


.381 


209 


271 


.771 


84 


465 


3.4 


972 


453 


290 


234 


38 


1139 


8.3 


69-72 


Blank, Charlie 


70 


- 


185 


389 


47.6 








0.0 


63 


96 


65.6 





246 


3.5 


58 





124 








433 


6.2 


70-73 


Bodell, Bob 


88 


- 


204 


387 


52.7 








0.0 


157 


217 


72.4 





228 


2.6 


241 





141 








565 


6.4 


93-97 


Booth. Keith 


126 


3869 


589 


1291 


45.6 


22 


105 


21.0 


576 


824 


69.9 


326 


916 


7.3 


296 


403 


407 


193 


72 


1776 


14.1 


93-94 


Bosnic. Nick 


28 


227 


31 


75 


41.3 


8 


23 


34.8 


12 


17 


70.6 


14 


41 


1.5 


13 


18 


25 


8 


4 


82 


2.9 


75-78 


Boston. Lawrence 


2 


. 


438 


760 


57.6 








0.0 


131 


191 


68.6 





629 


7.7 


67 





261 


44 


48 


1007 


12.3 


73-74 


Bowen, Bob 


8 


_ 





4 


0.0 








0.0 








0.0 





6 


0.8 








1 











0.0 


03-07 


Bowers, Will 


116 


1182 


92 


226 


40.7 


1 


6 


16.7 


57 


91 


62.6 


66 


206 


1.8 


42 


72 


198 


15 


65 


242 


2.1 


07-08 


Bowie, Adrian 


34 


420 


50 


86 


58.1 


6 


12 


50.0 


19 


36 


52.8 


15 


56 


1.6 


31 


37 


42 


26 





125 


3.7 


73-76 


Boyle, John 


44 


- 


9 


25 


36.0 








0.0 


2 


7 


28.6 





30 


0.7 


2 





14 








20 


0.5 


81-85 


Branch, Adrian 


13 


4179 


767 


1579 


48.6 


29 


81 


35.8 


454 


607 


74.8 





546 


4.4 


292 





372 


110 


50 


2017 


16.4 


63-66 


Brayton, Neil 


76 


. 


278 


652 


42.6 








0.0 


157 


207 


75.8 





344 


4.5 








270 








713 


9.4 


91-95 


Bristol, Wayne 


100 


763 


87 


224 


38.8 


31 


101 


30.7 


60 


102 


58.8 


51 


101 


1.0 


60 


53 


82 


33 


9 


265 


2.6 


88-92 


Broadnax, Vince 


101 


2178 


210 


429 


49.0 





1 


0.0 


176 


242 


72.7 


137 


298 


3.0 


204 


141 


207 


88 


8 


596 


5.9 


53-54 


Brooks, Ronnie 


30 


- 


29 


86 


33.7 








0.0 


24 


40 


60.0 








0.0 

















82 


2.7 


64-65 


Brotman, Don 


7 


. 


2 


8 


25.0 








0.0 


4 


5 


80.0 





2 


0.3 








9 








8 


1.1 


70-73 


Brown. Dan-ell 


76 


. 


148 


300 


49.3 








0.0 


62 


100 


62.0 





220 


2.9 


61 





108 








358 


4.7 


66-68 


Brown. Lanv 


6 


. 





2 


0.0 








0.0 








0.0 





1 


0.2 




















0.0 


05-07 


Brown. Parish 


60 


526 


57 


137 


41.6 


20 


51 


39.2 


39 


51 


76.5 


19 


72 


1.2 


79 


57 


34 


25 


1 


173 


2.9 


72-75 


Brown, Owen 


87 


- 


335 


690 


48.6 








0.0 


118 


159 


74.2 





440 


5.1 


68 





204 








788 


9.1 


76-79 


Bryant, Bill 


55 


. 


160 


353 


45.3 








0.0 


91 


125 


72.8 





129 


2.3 


97 





90 


37 


18 


411 


7.5 


57-60 


Bunqe, Al 


75 


. 


339 


842 


40.3 








0.0 


257 


389 


66.1 





795 


10.6 

















935 


12.5 


89-93 


Bums, Evers 


113 


2548 


545 


1092 


49.9 


1 


4 


25.0 


224 


365 


61.4 


261 


634 


5.6 


101 


170 


288 


114 


64 


1315 


11.6 


07-08 


Bumey, Jerome 


17 


125 


15 


32 


46.9 








0.0 





4 


0.0 


10 


27 


1.6 


4 


2 


8 


2 


9 


30 


1.8 


02-06 


Caner-Medley, Nik 


127 


3545 


570 


1240 


46.0 


116 


344 


33.7 


317 


427 


74.2 


248 


659 


5.2 


222 


247 


260 


146 


86 


1573 


12.4 


62-65 


Carlson, Phil 


62 


_ 


119 


258 


46.1 








0.0 


62 


108 


57.4 





213 


3.4 








82 








300 


4.8 


60-63 


Carpenter Connie 


58 




103 


239 


43.1 








0.0 


30 


40 


75.0 





105 


1.8 








28 








236 


4.1 


71-72 


Cartwriqht, Mart< 


15 


. 


45 


82 


54.9 








0.0 


20 


30 


66.7 





54 


3.6 


6 





20 








110 


7.3 


97-01 


Cephas, LaRon 


64 


275 


30 


81 


37.0 


4 


9 


44.4 


9 


22 


40,9 


16 


69 


1.1 


3 


14 


47 


5 


7 


73 


1.1 


89-91 


Chamberiain, Kevin 


7 


11 


1 


5 


20.0 








0.0 








0.0 


1 


1 


0.1 








1 








2 


0.3 


74-75 


Cherry, Mike 


4 


. 


2 


3 


66.7 








0.0 








0.0 





4 


1.0 


1 














4 


1.0 


04-07 


Chukura, Gini 


27 


63 


5 


16 


33.3 


2 


4 


50.0 


1 


8 


12.5 


11 


16 


0.6 


1 


4 


4 


3 


1 


13 


0.5 


63-66 


Clari(.Jack 


73 


. 


133 


301 


44.2 








0.0 


141 


190 


74.2 





174 


2.4 








122 








407 


5.6 


82-84 


Coleman, Ben 


62 


2089 


376 


638 


58.9 








0.0 


193 


282 


68.4 





511 


8.2 


85 





211 


42 


75 


945 


152 


01-03 


Collins, Andre 


41 


191 


34 


58 


.586 


11 


25 


.440 


10 


15 


.667 


1 


19 


0.5 


36 


18 


15 


16 





89 


2.2 


76-77 


Cra'.vford, Mark 


16 


_ 


2 


9 


22.2 








0.0 


12 


13 


92.3 





4 


0.3 


2 





7 


2 


1 


16 


1.0 


56-59 


Danko. Gene 


58 


- 


92 


245 


37.6 








0.0 


110 


155 


71.0 





138 


2.4 

















294 


5.1 


74-77 


Davis, Brad 


84 


. 


386 


721 


53.5 








0.0 


254 


318 


79.9 





262 


3.1 


431 





247 


25 


12 


1026 


12.2 


76-78 


Davis, Mike 


45 


. 


88 


189 


46.6 








0.0 


75 


114 


65.8 





286 


6.4 


16 





140 


21 


62 


251 


5.6 


95-58 


Davis, Nick 


79 


- 


357 


809 


44.1 








0.0 


147 


204 


72.1 





263 


3.3 

















861 


10.9 



63-67 

85-89_ 

53-55_ 

98-02 

90-92 

65-68 

81-85 

55-56 

07-08 

60-63 

95-99 

94-98 



DeCosmo, Mike 



46 



63 211 29.9 



0.0 45 56 80.4 



88 1.9 



78 



171 3.7 



Dickerson, Dave 

J)ilworth, Bob 

Dixon. Juan 

Downing. Matt 

Dreschler, Rich 

Dnes ell . Chuck 
Dunlap. Don 



100 2036 193 450 42.9 24 80 30.0 105 148 70.9 116 334 3.3 140 69 264 26 34 515 52 



46 



63 



149 42.3 







0.0 40 74 54.1 



155 3.4 



166 3.6 



141 4002 802 1713 46.8 239 615 38.9 426 501 85.0 199 599 4.2 371 355 282 92 7 2269 16.1 



51 586 52 132 39.4 20 65 30.8 40 62 64.5 32 73 1.4 65 47 72 21 



164 32 



52 



162 



395 41.0 



0.0 84 128 65.6 



380 7.3 



118 



408 7.8 



58 255 



29 



77 37.7 



1 5 20.0 



48 



77 62.3 



24 0.4 



13 



30 



1 107 1.8 



16 



13 38.5 



0.0 



14 57.1 



20 1.3 



18 1.1 



Dupree, Br axton 

Eicher Bob 

Ekezie. Obinna 

Elliott, Rodney 



27 277 



_23 _J0_ 381_ 
262 646 40.6 



0.0 



0.0 10 27 1.6 



9 30 1.8 



0.0 159 219 72.6 



320 4.8 



109 



683 10.3 



118 2830 408 815 50.1 12 0.0 356 544 65.4 253 
l23 2227 343 704 48.7 43 128 33.6 212 309 68.6 198 



671 5.7 104 243 355 73 125 1172 9.9 



570 4.6 117 141 



64 44 941 7.7 



T 



2G02 NCAA CHAMPIONS 
2G04 ACC CHAMPION S 






Year 


Name 


G 


MIN 


FG 


FGA 


PCT 


3PT 


SPA 


PCT 


FT 


FTA 


PCT 


OR 


TR 


AVG 


AST 


TO 


PF 


STL 


BLK 


PTS 


AVG 


71-74 


Elmore, Len 


86 


- 


408 


836 


48.8 








0.0 


201 


278 


72.3 





1053 


12.2 


120 





210 








1017 


11.8 


88-90 


Etienne, Max 


11 


19 


5 


8 


62.5 








0.0 


2 


4 


50.0 


2 


3 


0.3 





1 


4 








12 


1.1 


53-55 


Everett, Bob 


54 


- 


207 


446 


46.4 








0.0 


201 


309 


65.0 





250 


4.6 

















615 


11.4 


82-83 


Farmer, Ed 


20 


173 


20 


49 


40.8 





1 


0.0 


14 


22 


63.6 


, 


44 


2.2 


3 





32 


4 


4 


54 


2.7 


66-67 


Feenev, Steve 


6 


- 


1 


3 


33.3 








0.0 


1 


2 


50.0 





1 


0.2 

















3 


0.5 


61-64 


Ferguson, Scott 


59 


- 


144 


321 


44.9 








0.0 


78 


128 


60.9 





293 


5.0 








106 








366 


6.2 


95-99 


Fields, Norman 


52 


167 


24 


65 


36.9 


6 


21 


28.6 


12 


17 


70.6 


15 


44 


0.8 


21 


17 


9 


12 


2 


66 


1.3 


69-70 


Findrenq, Tommy 


1 


- 








0.0 








0.0 








0.0 








0.0 








2 











0.0 


69-71 


Flowers, Jay 


31 


. 


36 


100 


36.0 








0.0 


42 


59 


71.2 





85 


2.7 


26 





41 








114 


3.7 


03-04 


Fofana, Hassan 


32 


254 


18 


51 


35.3 








0.0 


11 


25 


44.0 


17 


52 


1.6 


4 


24 


49 


7 


18 


47 


1.5 


79-84 


Fotherqill, Mark 


100 


1377 


146 


276 


52.9 


1 


5 


20.0 


115 


149 


77.2 





246 


2.5 


41 





225 


14 


16 


408 


4.1 


98-99 


Francis, Steve 


34 


1034 


205 


392 


52.3 


45 


116 


38.8 


124 


157 


79.0 


57 


154 


4.5 


152 


102 


95 


6 


95 


579 


17.0 


63-66 


Franklin, Bill 


49 


. 


9 


27 


33.3 








0.0 


10 


16 


62.5 





11 


0.2 








28 








28 


0.6 


54-55 


Fuqua, Frank 


15 


- 


42 


108 


38.9 








0.0 


64 


87 


73.6 





118 


7.9 

















148 


9.9 


02-06 


Garrison, Travis 


125 


2392 


334 


768 


43.5 


34 


98 


34.7 


237 


318 


74.5 


261 


628 


5.0 


79 


143 


322 


57 


136 


939 


7.5 


83-88 


Gatlin, Keith 


122 


3520 


434 


878 


49.4 


56 


113 


49.6 


163 


205 


79.5 


20 


271 


2.2 


649 


24 


161 


90 


11 


1087 


8.9 


75-79 


Gibson, Larry 


101 


_ 


484 


878 


55.1 








0.0 


230 


313 


73.5 





895 


8.9 


55 





322 


45 


182 


1198 


11.9 


02-05 


Gilchrist, John 


91 


2407 


365 


777 


47.0 


85 


217 


39.1 


207 


288 


71.9 


120 


352 


3.9 


364 


204 


135 


123 


18 


1022 


11.2 


04-08 


Gist, James 


130 


3242 


536 


1059 


50.6 


31 


94 


33.0 


311 


447 


69.6 


237 


783 


6.0 


142 


236 


319 


122 


122 


1414 


10.9 


77-81 


Graham, Emest 


118 


964 


686 


1363 


50.3 








0.0 


235 


334 


70.4 





572 


4.8 


346 





355 


123 


41 


1607 


13.6 


53-54 


Greco, Ralph 


30 


- 


65 


175 


37.1 








0.0 


35 


54 


64.8 








0.0 

















165 


5.5 


60-63 


Greenspan, Jerry 


61 




279 


708 


39.4 








0.0 


317 


420 


75.5 





501 


8.2 








163 








875 


14.3 


85-86 


Greqq, David 


15 


106 


10 


17 


58.8 








0.0 


9 


19 


47.4 





11 


0.7 


2 


- 


14 


2 


6 


29 


1.9 


07-08 


Gregory, Dino 


14 


92 


5 


17 


29.4 








0.0 


2 


3 


66.7 


8 


19 


1.4 


2 


7 


16 


1 


3 


12 


0.9 


01-05 


Grinnon, Mike 


59 


256 


13 


39 


.333 


5 


17 


29.4 


15 


21 


71.4 


17 


49 


0.8 


18 


19 


18 


4 


9 


46 


0.8 


72-75 


Hahn, Billy 


58 


- 


40 


70 


57.1 








0.0 


16 


29 


55.2 





24 


0.4 


55 





36 








96 


1.7 


96-00 


Hahn, Matt 


43 


110 


8 


21 


38.1 


1 


9 


11.1 


20 


32 


62.5 


2 


10 


0.2 


24 


14 


6 


6 





37 


0.9 


56-59 


Halleck, Jim 


71 


. 


160 


409 


39.1 








0.0 


213 


297