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MARYLAND F 

1984 



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TBALL 




1984 MARYLAND SCHEDULE 



Date 



SEPTEMBER 



Opponent 



Site 



Time 



8 


Syracuse 


15 


Vanderbilt 


22 


West Virginia 


29 


Wake Forest 




(Band Day) 


OCTOBER 




6 


Penn State 


13 


North Carolina State 




(Homecoming) 


20 


OPEN DATE 


27 


Duke 



10 

17 



24 



North Carolina 



Miami 



Clemson 



Virginia 



BYRD STADIUM 

BYRD STADIUM 

Morgantown, 
West Virginia 



1:00 EDT 
1:00 EDT 
1:30 EDT 



BYRD STADIUM 1:00 EDT 



University Park, PA 1:30 EDT 
BYRD STADIUM 1:00 EDT 



Durham, N.C. 



Chapel Hill, N.C. 

Miami, Florida 

Memorial Stadium 
Baltimore, MD 



1:30 EDT 



1:00 EST 
7:00 EST 
1:00 EST 



Charlottesville, VA 1:00 EST 



The University of Maryland actively subscribes to a policy of equal educational 
and cmplo) men! opportunity. The I niversity of Maryland is required by Title IX 
of the Kducational Amendments of 1972 not to discriminate on the basis of se\ in 
admission, treatment of students, or employment. 



Vilson (55)and Kevin Glover (70) with Coach Bobby Ros 
(Photo by i.arr\ Crouse, University oj \iar\tami) 



To The News Media 

We hope the 19X4 edition ot Maryland I- oot ball will be 
helpful as you cover the Terrapins this fall. With this book 
goes an imitation to visit us as often as possible. Our 
offices are loeated in Cole Field House, Room I 145. 

We will have several telephones available for your use 
in the Byrd Stadium Press Box. However, if you wish 
exclusive use of a telephone please order it through your 
local office and we will have it installed at your seat. 

Only accredited photographers on assignment and 
game personnel are permitted on the sidelines. All sideline 
photographers must check in and pick up an arm-band 
before going to the field. The arm-bands are available at 
the west end of the working press section on the second 
floor of the press box. 

Please advise when your order is placed for credentials 
if you will be transmitting copy from the press box and if 
you will have equipment with you. The Sports Informa- 
tion Office will have two telecopiers available for use with 
all copy sent according to deadlines. 

Personnel from the Sports Information Office will send 
your copy and we will be in the press box until all copy has 
been transmitted. 

A play-by-play, halftime and final statistics, scoring 
summaries and brief post-game comments from the 
coaches will be provided the working press at all home 
games. 

For additional information and special requests please 
address all correspondence to the following address for 
quickest delivery. 

Sports Information Office 

Box 295 

College Park. MD 20740-0295 





Contents 



ALL-ACADEMIC 44 

ALL-AMERICANS 46 

ALL-CONFERENCE 48 

ASSISTANT COACHES 6 

ATHLETIC DEPT. DIRECTORY 26 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR — Dick Dull 4 

AWARDS -- National 49 

Maryland 50 

FACTS ABOUT MARYLAND 73 

FUTURE SCHEDULES 79 

DEPTH CHART 27 

HALL OF FAME 72 

HEAD COACH — Bobby Ross 2 

INCOMING FRESHMEN 24 

LETTERMEN All -Time 61 

NOTES ON TERPS 73 

OPPONENTS 1984 36 

PLAYER PROFILES 10 

PRESS INFO. — Motels and Transportation 42 

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE 80 

RADIO NETWORK 43 

REVIEW 1983 31 

RECORDS 53 

ROSTER — Alphabetical and Numerical 40 

SERIES RECORDS 51 

STATISTICS 1983 28 

WEIGHT TRAINING PROGRAM 45 

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 57 



MARYLAND FOOTBALL 1983: 
land Priming Department. 



Printed by L'niversity of Mary- 



Photo's provided by Delmar Studios. Michael Coffey. Larry Crouse, 
Brian Lewis and Steve Smith. 




Bobby Ross is in his second year as the Maryland 
football coach. During the brief period he has been in 
College Park he has recorded a 16-8 record, led the Terps 
to two bowl games, won an Atlantic Coast Conference 
Championship and he has won 10 of 11 Atlantic Coast 
Conference games. 

In his first year at Maryland he was accorded ACCand 
District III "Coach of the Year" honors and was named 
the National "Coach of the Year" by the Washington 
Touchdown Club. 

He has created a renewed enthusiasm for collegiate 
football in the Washington-Baltimore area as the Terps 
broke every Maryland attendance record in 1983. 

His imaginative and exciting offense has captivated 
football fans and players alike. This has resulted in not 
only increased exposure in the media and via television 
but has greatly aided recruiting efforts. 

Ross came to Maryland extremely prepared for the 
head coaching duties having attended and coached at a 
military school, having served under some of the finest 
head coaches in the collegiate ranks and having served 
four years in the National Football League. His five years 
at The Citadel as the head coach aided him immensely in 
putting together one of the finest staffs in collegiate 
football. His staff is not only well qualified in the field of 
football but are excellent teachers as eight of the nine 
assistants have advanced degrees. 

Ross has worked with every phase of the game and with 
universities on every level. He graduated from Virginia 
Military and has served as an assistant coach at the 
University of Maryland, Virginia Military, William & 
Mary, and Rice University. He worked with MarvLevyat 
Kansas City for four years in the NFL. His duties in the 
past included working with the defensive secondary, 
offensive backfield, linebackers and specialty teams. He 
has served as the director of recruiting at several schools 
and as defensive coordinator. 

Ross accepted the head coaching duties at Maryland on 
January 14, I982and less thanayear later was celebrating 
his forty sixth birthday in Hawaii with the football team 
as the Terps visited the initial Aloha Bowl With his 
birthday coming on December 23 he had visited his 



Robert J. "Bobby" Ross 
Head Football Coach 

second bowl with the Terps before celebrating his second 
birthday at Maryland. 

He immediately established a rapport with the members 
of the football squad establishing himself as a disciplin- 
arian but one who treats every playeras an individual. He 
impressed upon them the importance of their classroom 
work and captivated them with his football philosophy. 

He immediately captivated the Terrapin fans as well, 
despite making his first appearance in Byrd Stadium with 
an 0-2 record. However, the Terps scored 31 points 
against national Champion Penn State in the opener and 
lost a one point decision at West Virginia when Ross 
declined a tie and went for a two point conversion and the 
win. 

He won his Byrd Stadium and ACC opener against 
North Carolina State 23-6 and then won seven in a row 
before suffering his only ACC loss of the season to 
Clemson 24-22. In two years he is 10-1 in ACC games, 
10-2 in Byrd Stadium and has not lost a game during the 
month of October, 10-0. 

Ross also made an impression on the high school 
coaching ranks as over 700 coaches have attended the 
annual Maryland Coaching Clinic held in the spring. He 
was instrumental in having the Maryland Public Second- 
ary Schools Championship games played in Byrd Stadium 
the past two years. 

He has been accessible to the media and fans alike. It 
was the media that voted him ACC coaching honors and 
the coaches who voted him District coaching honors. He 
has participated in the ABC/ NCAA football tour meeting 
the football writers in Kings Island, Ohio and the NCAA 
football seminar in Kansas City attended by the nation's 
top writers. 

Ross impressed Director of Athletics Dick Dull with 
his outlook on Intercollegiate Athletics, his organizational 
ability, his views on recruiting, classroom work and all 
phases of his coaching ability. 

Asa head coach his 1974 Citadel team led the Southern 
Conference in total defense and his 1 975 team ranked fifth 
in the nation in scoring defense, allowing opponents only 
8.8 points a game. He coached The Citadel's all-time 
passer, all-time ground gainer, and all-time plackicker. 
He also coached the school's first Associated Press Ail- 
American. His Citadel teams led the Southern Con- 
ference in home attendance in his last three years there 
and in 1975 and '76 broke the all-time attendance records 
for the school. 

Since coming to Maryland he has coached the school's 
all-time passer in Boomer Esiason and all-time place- 
kicker in Jess Atkinson. Atkinson is also the schools 
all-time scorer. 

His first Maryland team led the ACC in scoring and 
rushing defense. The Terps also ranked third in the nation 
in rushing defense giving up only 87.2 yards a game and 
eighth in scoring with 32.1 points a game. It was the 
highest scoring team in the ACC since 1972 and only two 
league scoring champions ever scored more in the 3 1 years 
of the ACC. 

The Terps averaged 39.325 per game in Byrd Stadium 
in his first year, an increase of 8.225 per game over 1981 
and 46.403 in his second year. In two years attendance 
increased by 15.303 a game. The 46,403 in Byrd and 
48,388 for 12 games were both Mars land records. 




Ross was quite familiar with the Maryland football 
program as he is a native of nearby Richmond, Virginia, 
attended college in Lexington, Virginia, coached in 
Lexington and Williamsburg, Virginia as well as Rich- 
mond and Colonial Heights, Virginia on the high school 
level. He also served the 1972 season on Jerry Claiborne's 
staff at Maryland. He left Claiborne's staff to assume the 
head coaching duties at The Citadel in 1973, where he 
remained for five years before moving on to the NFL. 

Ross served a tour of duty in the U.S. Army as a First 
Lieutenant following graduation from VM1. He married 
the former Alice Bucker of Richmond and they have five 
children. Chris is a recent graduate of the Air Force 
Academy. Mary Catherine is a student at Maryland with 
Teresa at Loyola College in Baltimore and Kevin enrolled 
at the Naval Academy this past summer. Robbie is the 
youngest. 



lour years as assistant at William & Mary, coaching 
the offensive backfield (1967-68) defensive backfield and 
head ol recruiting ( 1969) and defensive coordinator and 

head ol recruiting (1970). 

One year at Rice University as linebacker coach and hi ad 

ol re< ruiting ( 1971). 

One year as linebacker coach at Maryland (1972). 

I ive years as the Head Coach at [Tie I itadel (1973-77). 

l-our years as assistant coach with the Kansas City Chiefs. 
Special teams and defensive coach ( 1978-79) and offensive 
backfield coach (1980-81). 

PERSONA1 DMA: Born Dec. 23, 19.36 in Richmond, 

Virginia. Married to the former Alice Bucker ol Rich- 
mond. They have five children. Chris, Mary Catherine. 
Teresa, Kevin and Robbie. 



■A 



COACHING RECORD: Won 40. Lost 39. 17-16 in 

his last three years at I he Citadel. 16-8 at Maryland. 16-6 
(K-3 in both years) during regular season at Maryland. 
Lost to Washington, 21-20 in the 19X2 Aloha Bow] and 
Tennessee 30-23 in the 1983 Florida Citrus Bowl. 10-1 in 
Atlantic Coast Conference games in two years. He has 
lost only to Clems on in the ACC. 



WON 



LOST 



1973 


The Citadel 






3 


8 


1974 


The Citadel 






4 


7 


1975 


The Citadel 






6 


5 


1976 


The Citadel 






6 


5 


1977 


The Citadel 






5 


6 


1982 


Maryland* 






8 


4 


1983 


Maryland** 






8 


4 




SEVEN YEAR TOTALS 


40 


39 


•Includes 20-21 loss to Washing 


ton 


Aloh 


a Bowl 





"Includes 30-23 loss to Tennessee — Florida Citrus Bowl 

AT MARYLAND: 

He is 10-0 in October games with the Terps 

He is 10-2 in Byrd Stadium with the Terps 

He is 2-0 against North Carolina with the Terps 

He is 10-1 in Atlantic Coast Conference games with the 



Bobby Ross Profile 

EDUCATION: Graduated from Benedictine High 
School (Richmond, Virginia) in 1955. 
Received BA degree in English and History from Virginia 
Military Institute (Lexington, Virginia) in 1959. 

PLAYING EXPERIENCE: Three sport letterman at VMI 
(football, basketball and baseball). 

Quarterback and defensive back at VMI where he 
captained the football team. 



MILITARY EXPERIENCE: 
1960-62 (Active Duty). 



First Lieutenant, U.S. Armv. 



head football 



COACHING EXPERIENCE: One year as 
coach at Benedict High School (1959). 
One year as assistant coach and head baseball coach at 
Colonial Heights. Virginia High (1962). 

Two vears as head football coach at Colonial Heights 
(1963-64). 

One year as Freshman football coach at VMI ( 1965). 
One year as varsity assistant coaching the defensive 
secondary at VMI (1966). 





Dick Dull is the chief administrator of an extremely 
successful Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. In his 
three years as the Director of Athletics the department 
has not only been successful in intercollegiate compe- 
tition but has been financially stable operating in the 
black all three years. 

Dull spent his first Christmas as Director of Athletics 
searching the nation for a Head Football Coach. His 
second Christmas on the job was spent in Hawaii as 
Bobby Ross took the Terps to the initial Aloha Bowl for a 
Christmas Day game against Washington. He was able to 
relax while celebrating the third as he had just returned 
with Ross and the football team from the Florida Citrus 
Bowl. 

He has the responsibility for a self supporting depart- 
ment of the University with a six million dollar budget. In 
addition to supporting 22 varsity teams the department is 
responsible for the operation and maintenance of an 18 
hole golf course and driving range. Other facilities the 
department is responsible for include Cole Field House, 
Byrd Stadium, Shipley Field, two football practice fields 
and an artificial turf all-purpose practice field. In addition 
there are facilities for Intercollegiate Soccer and La- 
crosse, Women's Field Hockey and Lacrosse and Tennis 
courts for men and women. The department has over 90 
employees. 

In 1983-84 the Terrapins won the ACC Championship in 
both football and basketball and the basketball team 
landed a berth in the NCAA Championships for the 
second consecutive year. The women's basketball team 
made their third consecutive trip to the NCAA Champion- 
ships and the women's lacrosse team played in the 
National Championship game. 

While looking ahead to another successful year in 1984- 
85 Dull has resisted attempts by several major universities 
to lure him from College Park. At 39 he has become 
recognized as one of the top administrators in inter- 
collegiate athletics. 

Dull assumed the duties of Director of Athletics on 
August 1, 1981. He was appointed by the Board of 
Regents on June 19,1981. 



Richard Michael "Dick" Dull 
Director of Athletics 



He was well qualified for the position taking over a 
department that he had worked his way through, begin- 
ning as a student athlete in 1964. 

Despite rising prices, especially in the areas of equip- 
ment, medical care, insurance, travel and scholarships 
and competition for the entertainment dollar, he has 
maintained financial solvency. 

The outlook for 1983-84 is bright. An aggressive 
promotional program, successful fund raising program, 
successful recruiting ventures and exciting competition 
against the best teams available all contribute to expec- 
tations for another year of national rankings and a 
balanced budget. 

Since joining the Maryland Athletic Department Dull's 
duties have encompassed everything from coaching on 
the field to scheduling, supervision and administration of 
all non-revenue sports, serving as liaison with the Office 
of Financial Aid, supervision and administration of the 
Business Office of Intercollegiate Athletics and he re- 
organized the former Department of Women's Inter- 
collegiate Athletics into the Office of Non-Revenue 
Sports. 

Since taking over as Athletic Director he has re- 
organized the promotions department and initiated new 
Athletic Department publications designed to whet the 
appetite of sports fans and athletes interested in Mary- 
land athletics. 

He initially came to Maryland as a student-athlete from 
Biglerville High in Pennsylvania. He received his Bachelor 
of Arts as a Political Science major in 1967 and then 
moved on to the Maryland School of Law. 

He received his Doctor of Laws in 1971 and the 
experience gained as an Attorney at Law for four years 
contributed to his success and perseverance throughout 
the past three years. 

As an undergraduate he was a champion javelin 
thrower for the Maryland Track and Field team. His best 
competitive throw was 251 feet. 

He was Pennsylvania High School Champion in 1961, 
the Pennsylvania Jaycee State Champion in 1963 and the 
PIAA State runner-up in 1963. In 1965 he was the 
National Junior AAU Champion. 

Among his many titles won while at Maryland are ACC 
Champion, Penn Relay Champion, and ACC-SEC 
Champion. He also placed eighth in the National AAU 
Championships and the NCAA Championships. 

As a javelin coach he produced two ACC Champions 
and an All-American, while also handling the academic 
affairs and administration of. the Track team. 

His Bar memberships include the Court of Appeals of 
Maryland and the Federal Court for District of Mary- 
land. 

He served from June 1971 to June 1973 as Attorney at 
Law, Legal Aid Bureau in Baltimore, Maryland and from 
June 1973 to January 1975 as Attorney at Law with the 
University of Southern California, National Senior 
Citizens Law Center. While with USC he served for a 
period as the Acting Director of the Washington office. 

His hobbies include photography, fishing and motor 
sports. He was born on July 1, 1945. 



THE FOOTBALL STAFF 

(area code .101 ) 

He. id Coach Bobby Ross 

(864-4384) 

VSSISTANT COACHES 

(454-2125. 2128. 4066. 4067. 4068) 

Jim Cavanaugh Running Backs 

George 1 oussekis Asst. Head Coach 

Inside I inebackers 

Ralph Friedgen Offensive Coordinator 

Offensive line 

Joe Krivak Quarterbacks & Receivers 

Jeff Mann Specialty Teams 

Dennis Murphy Defensive Guards 

Dick Portee Outside Linebackers 

Gib Romaine Defensive Coordinator 

Defensive Tackles 

Greg Williams Defensive Secondary 

GRADUATE ASSISTANTS 

Craig Bower Tight Ends 

Doug Miller Offensive Assistant 

Dave Sollazzo Defensive Assistant 

si PPORT STAFF 

Strength and Conditioning Frank Costello 

Assistant Scott Fanz 

Recruiting Coordinator John Misciagna 

Equipment Manager Ron Fulton 

\ssistant Todd Goodman 

Assistant Lee Kloskey 

Head Trainer John J. Bush 

Assistant Frank Grimaldi 

Assistant Jim Weir 

Grounds Lindv Kehoe 

"Bunk" Carter 



FOOTBALL SECRETARIES 

Linda Kubany 
Dottie McGugan 

Team Phvsician Dr. Stanford A. Lavine 
























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J. J. Bush, Jim Weir, Sand> Worth. I rank (.rimaldi 




Ron Fulton, Todd Goodman, Lee Kloskv 




- 

Dottie McGugan 




I inda kuham 



THE ASSISTANT COACHES 



James C. Cavanaugh (William & Mary 70) 
Running Backs 

Jim Cavanaugh came to Maryland with Coach Ross 
after having gained All-Southern Honors and Honorable 
Mention All-America as a wide receiver while playing for 
Coach Ross at William & Mary. 

He moved to College Park from ACC rival Virginia 
where he coached the receivers for Coach Dick Bestwick. 
He spent two years with Sonny Randle at Marshall as the 
Offensive Coordinator and quarterback coach and two 
years with Bo Rein at North Carolina State as the 
receivers coach. In 1 974 and 75 he coached the receivers 
for BobThalmanat VMI and in 76 coached the offensive 
backs. 

As an undergraduate he caught 117 passes for over 
1,600 yards and captained the William & Mary Indians. 

He served two years in Newport News, Virginia 
following graduation with a year each at Newport News 
High and Denbigh High. He then joined Lou Holtz at 
North Carolina State for two years, 1972-73, as a 
graduate assistant and picked up his Master's Degree in 
Education. 

His wife Marsha is a graduate of Mississippi University 
for Women and a native of Atlanta, Georgia. They have 
two children, Ryan and Lauren. 

Coach Cavanaugh was born 8/4/48 in Queens, New 
York and attended Chaminade High School. 



George Foussekis (Virginia Tech '68) 
Assistant Head Coach/Inside Linebackers 

Coach Foussekis is serving his twelfth year with the 
Terrapins having joined Jerry Claiborne's staff in 1972. 
He was named Assistant Head Coach by Coach Ross and 
assigned on the field duties with the Inside Linebackers, a 
vital part of the wide tackle six defense. 

He began his coaching career at Virginia Tech in 1969 
and worked with the defensive line for two years. In 1971 
he served as the defensive coordinator at William & Mary 
replacing Coach Ross as he moved to Rice University. In 
1972 he moved to College Park along with Coach Ross as 
they installed the wide tackle six defense that has been so 
successful for the Terps. 

He achieved All-American recognition for three years 
while playing for the Virginia Tech Gobblers and was on 



the 1966 Liberty Bowl team. He signed with the Denver 
Broncos in 1968. 

He developed an All-American defensive Guard in 
Paul Vellano a first team selection by the American 
Football Coaches Association in 73. 

Coach Foussekis has been especially effective recruit- 
ing in his native state of Virginia. His recruits have 
included Walter White and Lloyd Burruss (Charlottes- 
ville) and Steve Atkins (Spotsylvania) who moved on to 
the NFL. 

He is a graduate of Lane High in Charlottesville, 
Virginia where he captained the football, basketball and 
baseball teams. He was named the MVP in all three 
sports. His 1963 football team at Lane High won the state 
championship and he was named first team All-State. 

The 38 year old bachelor was born on April 28, 1946. 
He received his Master's Degree in Education from Bowie 
State College. 

Ralph H. Friedgen (Maryland '69) 
Offensive Coordinator/ Offensive Line 

Coach Friedgen returned home when he joined Coach 
Ross as Offensive Coordinator and Offensive line Coach. 
He received his Bachelor and Master's Degrees from 
Maryland and has worked with Coach Ross for six years 
in the past. 

He served four years as a graduate assistant at Mary- 
land including 1972 while Coach Ross was on the 
Terrapin staff. He moved to The Citadel with Coach Ross 
and served seven years there. He was the defensive line 
coach for four years and Offensive Coordinator/ line 
coach for one year. When Coach Ross moved to the 
Kansas City Chiefs he remained as Offensive Coordinator 
and Administrative Assistant to Art Baker for two years. 

In 1980 he was the Offensive Coordinator at William & 
Mary and in 1981 served as Assistant Head Coach and 
offensive line coach with Frank Beamer at Murray State. 

While at Maryland he was on the All-ACC Academic 
team and twice won the George C. Cook Award for the 
highest scholastic average on the team. 

He was born on April 4, 1947 in Harrison, New York 
and came to Maryland from Harrison High. 

His wife Gloria is a native of Bethpage, New York, a 
graduate of Cortland and received her Master's from 
Maryland. They have one child, Kelley Anne. 






Jim Cavanaugh 



George Foussekis 
6 



Ralph Friedgen 



Joseph .1. Krivak (Syracuse '57) 
Quarterbacks & Receivers 

Joe K ri\ a k also returned to the ( ollege Park campus as 
he spent three years on the Ierrapin stall helore moving 
to Navy, 

He has played in the Cotton Bowl, and coached in the 
Cotton Bowl. He has also coached in the Liberty Bowl 
(twice), the Gator Bowl, Holiday Bowl, the Garden State- 
Bowl and the Aloha Bowl. 

He served as Head Football Coach for eight years and 
Head Basketball Coach for five years at Madonna High 
School (Weirton, West Virginia). His football teams won 
a State Championship, two Ohio Valley titles and had a 
50-24-2 record. His basketball teams won a State title and 
was runner-up for State title while winning over 66 
percent of their games. 

He earned three letters at Syracuse as a linebacker, 
guard, and center for the Eastern Champions. He also 
lettered three times in baseball. 

He returned to Syracuse in 1969 as receivers and tight 
end coach, moved to Maryland in 74 with the same duties 
and at Navy coached the quarterbacks and receivers. 

While on the Maryland staff the Terps have won three 
ACC titles, had a 36-1 1-1 record and visited the Liberty, 
Gator, Cotton and Aloha Bowls. 

While at Navy the Midshipmen had a five year mark of 
36-21-1 and visited the Liberty, Holiday and Garden 
State Bowls. 

He went to Syracuse from Shade Township High and 
was born in Central Citv, Pennsylvania on March 20. 
1935. 

His wife Jean is a native of Weirton, West Virginia and 
a graduate of Steubenville Central. They have three sons, 
Edward, John and Jeff. Edward and John were both 
starters on Bowie's State Championship Baseball team in 
1981. Edward, the third baseman, is now a pitcher at 
Maryland while John is at Richmond . . . John was also 
the shortstop on the 1982 championship team that ran its 
two year record to 44-0. 

Jeffrey Mann (William & Mary 71) 
Special Teams 

Joined the Terps in 1982 after managing the Metro 
Nautilus Fitness Center in Dundalk, Maryland 

Received his Master's degree in Secondary Education 
with emphasis in Athletic Administration from Towson 
State in January 1982. 

Played football and lacrosse at Loyola High and at 



William & Mary where he played on the Southern 
( onference Football Champions in 1970 and in the 
Tangerine Bowl. 

Taught and coached at Stratford Junior High in 
Arlington, Virginia, 1971-73, at I owson High in 1973-79, 
and I oyola High, 1975-76. 

He served as assistant football coach at Towson State 
in 1979 and taught and coached wrestling at Dundalk 
High. 

Coach Mann was born on May 15, 1949. He and his 
wife Karen have a daughter, Stacey. 

Dennis M. Murphy (Notre Dame '63) 
Defensive Guards 

Denny Murphy came to Maryland from Eastern 
Michigan where he served as the offensive coordinator. 

He began his coaching career at Notre Dame where he 
had lettered three times as a tight end and defensive end. 
He played in the North-South Shrine game in Miami and 
signed with the L.A. Rams upon graduation, but then 
played at Pensacola Naval Air Station. He served from 
'63 - '68 as a Naval Flight Officer and was awarded five 
Air Medals for combat support missions as Airborne Air 
Intercept Controller while on deployment to Southeast 
Asia. 

He joined Ara Parseghian as a Graduate in 1968 and 
then coached the Freshmen '69-'71 while earning his 
Master's Degree at Notre Dame. He was the Junior 
Varsity Coach '72-74 before moving to Colgate in 75 as 
offensive line coach. 

He served as Defensive Coordinator at Holy Cross in 
76 and 77 and moved to Eastern Michigan in 1978. 

He was born in Endicott, New York on October 22, 
1940. He and his wife Cindy (Coronado, California) have 
four children, Michelle, Kristen, Lisa and Kevin. 

Richard M. Portee (Eastern Illinois '65) 
Outside Linebackers 

Dick Portee joined the Maryland staff after five years 
at Cornell where he served as the defensive backfield 
coach for four years and Recruiting Coordinator for a 
year. 

He began his coaching career at Eisenhower High 
School in Decatur, Illinois as assistant football and 
basketball coach and the tennis coach. He coached and 
taught at Eisenhower High for five years before moving to 
Illinois State as the Freshman Football Coach. He was 
the defensive coordinator and secondary coach and also 
taught at Illinois State from 1969 to 1974. 





Joe Krivak 



Jeff Mann 




Dennj Murph\ 



In 1972 he was named Assistant Athletic Director in 
charge of eligibility for all athletes along with other 
administrative duties. From 1972to 1976 he also coached 
the offensive backfield and wide receivers as Assistant 
Football Coach. 

Coach Portee moved to Cornell in 1977 and in addition 
to on the field coaching duties and recruiting was in 
charge of the film exchange and was responsible for the 
eligibility of all football players. He also served as the 
Liaison to the office of Minority Educational Affairs. 

He was a three year letterman in football and baseball 
and two year letterman in basketball at Eisenhower High 
and four year letterman in football as an offensive and 
defensive back for Eastern Illinois. 

He received his Master's from Illinois State in 1971. 

Coach Portee was born on April 20, 1942. He and his 
wife Dorothy have two children, Daniel and Ryan. 

Gib Romaine (East Stroudsburg '66) 
Defensive Coordinator/ Defensive Tackles 

Coach Romaine is serving his twelfth year on the 
Maryland football staff as he joined the Terps in 1973. He 
coaches the defensive tackles and also serves as defensive 
coordinator. 

In 1974 he coached Randy White, winner of the 
Outland Trophy, the Lombardi Trophy, U PI Lineman of 
the Year and ACC Player of the Year, and followed with 
Joe Campbell another consensus Ail-American. He has 
coached in seven bowl games in his nine years with the 
Terps. 

He began his coaching career at Wayne High School in 
New Jersey and in 1967 moved to Mansfield State College 
as Assistant Dean of Men and Assistant Football Coach 
where he remained for two years. In 1969 he moved to 
Kansas State as a graduate assistant in football and 
received his Master's Degree in 1970. He served as 
defensive line coach with Vince Gibson for three years 
before joining the Maryland staff in 1973. 

Greg Williams (North Carolina State '68) 
Defensive Secondary 

Coach Williams came to the Terps from L.S.U. where 
he had served as defensive coordinator and coached the 
defensive backs. 

He was a defensive back for the Wolfpack in 1965-67 
and played in the Liberty Bowl. He has since coached in 
the Peach Bowl. 

He began his coaching career at Youngstown State in 
1969, joined Tulsa in 1971 coaching the defensive backs at 



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both schools. In 1974 he moved to West Virginia as 
defensive coordinator, again working with the backs. 

In 1976 he moved to Texas Christian and coached the 
quarterbacks, running backs and served as offensive 
coordinator during his two years there. 

He coached the defensive backs at N.C. State in 1978 
and then moved on to L.S.U. with the Wolfpack staff in 
1979. 

He played his high school football, basketball and 
baseball at High in Danville, Pennsylvania where he was 
born on October 20, 1946. 

Coach Williams and his wife Mary Anne have three 
children. Shelly, Beth and Gavin. 

He earned 10 letters at Port Jervis High with four in 
baseball and three each in football and basketball. He 
captained both the football and basketball teams and was 
voted the best all-around athlete in the school his senior 
year. 

While at East Stroudsburg he earned three letters as an 
offensive and defensive end and was Co-Captain of the 
undefeated 1965 team that was the nation's third ranked 
NAIA team. He is a member of Phi Sigma Kappa 
Fraternity. 

Coach Romaine was born in Franklin, New Jersey on 
May 16, 1944. He and his wife Marcia, a graduate of East 
Stroudsburg State, have two children, Jonathan and 
Katie. 

Frank Costello (Maryland '68) 
Strength and Conditioning Coach 

Frank Costello assumed the position as Assistant to the 
Athletic Director in 1981 and heads up the strength and 
conditioning program for the entire athletic department. 

Certainly no stranger to Maryland, Costello was an 
Ail-American on the Terrapin Track teams in 1965, '66 
and '68. Upon graduation he served six years as an 
assistant track coach and was then appointed head coach 
in 1974, a position he held for seven years. He developed 
several world class track stars including the all-time 
hurdler Renaldo Nehemiah. 

In addition to coaching track and field, Costello has 
published articles on training techniques in several na- 
tional publications, is in demand as a clinical speaker and 
noted for his theories on improving speed, conditioning 
and flexibility. He served as a conditioning consultant for 
the Green Bay Packers from 1977-80 and is presently the 
U.S. High Jump coach for Olympic Development pro- 
gram. 

Frank came to Maryland as the New Jersey State High 



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(iib Romaine 



(ireg Williams 



I- rank Costello 



John Misciagna 



Jump Champion and record holder in 1963 and was 
undefeated in ACC, [C4A and NCAA competition in 
1965 winning both NCAA titles. While competing lor the 
I errapins he also won seven titles in the Penn Relays, the 

Millrose games, the 1 astern European Championships, 
the Southern Hemisphere Games and the French Na- 
tional Championship. I le was ranked third in the world in 
1966. 

Costello works closelv with the coaches, trainers and 
team physician in developing conditioning programs 
suited lor each mdi\ idual. 

John Misciagna (Dickinson College 76) 
Administrative Asst. to AD 
Recruiting Coordinator 

John Misciagna moved into the Administrative area of 
Intercollegiate Athletics in 1982 after three years of 
working with the football staff as an offensive coach. He 
worked with the wide receivers. 

He coordinates and supervises the recruiting programs 
and activities lor the Athletic Department. He also 
coordinates activities with the Terrapin Club, "M" Club 
and Alumni organizations and operates a speakers bureau 
for the athletic department. 

Misciagna was an All-Conference offensive guard at 
Dickinson College and was captain of both the football 
and track teams as a senior. He received his BA in English 
and Comparative Literature at Dickinson and his MA in 
English and Comparative Literature at Columbia. 

Dr. Stanford A. Lavine (Maryland '50) 
Team Physician 

Stan Lavine, a prominent Orthopedic Surgeon, is one 
of the top men in the nation in the field of "Sports 
Medicine". 

Dr. Lavine, a former Maryland Quarterback, devel- 
oped his interests in "Sports Medicine" as an athlete and 
has worked with all 23 Maryland teams. 

He also worked with professional basketball, football 
and box lacrosse. Following Maryland's Saturday foot- 
ball games he joins the Washington Redskins for their 
games the next day and this past season was a member of 
the "Super Bowl Champions". 

Only his love of sports would allow him to devote so 
much time to the athletes. He often appears at two 
basketball games the same night to check on his athletes 
w hen the Terrapins and Bullets are both playing. 

Stan is still listed in the Maryland record books as 
having teamed up with Ed Bolton for a 92 yard scoring 
pass play against South Carolina in 1949 as the Terps 
went on to the Gator Bowl. 



Against George Washington. Dr. I a vine completed 
three touchdown passes, a record he shared with several 
others until Mark Manges came up with lour in 1975. 

John J. Bush (Florida State '69) 
Head Trainer 

J. J. Bush joined the Maryland Training Stall in 1972 
and took over the Head I rainer's duties in 1978. He has 
the overall responsibility for 22 varsitv sports. 

He came to Maryland from the U.S. Armv where he 
sei\ed with the Airborne Rangers. He holds a Private 
Pilot's license and enjoys flying when he has the oppor- 
tunity. 

J. J. has hosted several Cramer Student Trainer Work- 
shops at Maryland and is active in the National Atheltic 
Trainers Association especially in the area of improving 
training on the high school level. In 1981 he was 
appointed as the District III representative to the Na- 
tional Association's Committee on Licensure. In 1981 he 
was also elected President of the Maryland Athletic- 
Trainer Association, a group he helped organize in 1980. 
He and his wife Gina have a son, Jordan. 

Robert James Weir 
Assistant Trainer 

Jim Weir joined the Maryland Training staff in 1970 
after serving 10 years in the United States Navy. He 
served as a trainer for three years at the Naval Academy 
under Red Romo as a Hospitalman 2nd Class in the 
Navy. 

Since joining the Terps, in addition to his duties with 
the football team, he has served as the Head Basketball 
trainer, and worked with most of the men's sports. He h is 
seved as the trainer for the Terrapins National Champion 
Lacrosse teams and the wrestling teams. 

A native of Chelsa, Michigan, ne attended Olivet 
College, prior to entering the Navy and is a graduate of 
the Navy Physical Therapy Technical School. 

Frank Grimaldi, Jr. 
Assistant Trainer 

Frank Grimaldi joined the Maryland training staff in 
time for the 1083 football season. He and his wife Mary 
Kay are both Northern Illinois graduates. Both also 
earned their Masters degrees from Northern Illinois while 
Mary Kay also has a M.B.A. from DePaul. 

Frank was a fine athlete himself as he captained the 
Ridgewood High cross country and track teams winning 
mvp honors in track. 

He was born in Chicago 1 7 56 with his hometown 
Norridge, Illinois. 







Stan I.a>ine 



J.J. Bush 



Jim Weir 



Frank Grimaldi 



1984 
TERPS 




AZIZUDDIN ABDUR-RA'OOF (87) "Ziz" 
6-0, 197 (4/8/65) Fr.,* Millersville, Maryland 

Competing with junior letterman Eric 
Holder for starting wide receiver job 
. . . redshirt freshman . . . had a super 
career as a quarterback at Northeast 
High . . . named prep "Athlete of the 
Year" by the Baltimore Evening Sun 
. . . passed for 1,131 yards and rushed 
for 701 as the all-metro first team 
quarterback . . . was athlete of the 
week for his track perfomances in high winning 100 and 
200 meter dashes at the Regional Championships . . . 
record times of 10.7 and 21.9 .. . second in the 400 with 
47.8 . . . most memorable moments in sports include beat- 
ing South River for county and regional championship 
when he threw for 1 87 yards and one touchdown . . . also 
running for 201 yards and two touchdowns with 97 yards 
passing and two touchdowns in a game . . . captained the 
football and basketball teams and president of student 
government at Northeast . . . honored at National Foot- 
ball Foundation's Scholar-Athlete awards banquet . . . 
born in Annapolis, Maryland . . . MAJOR-Communications 

O'BRIEN DARWIN ALSTON (60) 

6-5, 216 (12/21/65) Fr.,* Fort Washington, Maryland 

Played behind Scott Schankweiler at 
left outside linebacker in spring . . . 
redshirt freshman . . . was an outside 
linebacker on Oxon Hill State Champ- 
ions in high . . . won title in Byrd 
Stadium . . . also played offensive 
tackle high . . . center/ forward on 
basketball team and right fielder in 
baseball for Oxon Hill . . . brother 
Joseph played baseball for Oxon Hill . . . born in Con- 
necticut . . . MAJOR-Business 




DAVID ROBERT 

6-3, 250 (5/18/65) 



AMEND (77) "Dave" 
Fr.,* Baltimore, Maryland 

Competing with Duane Dunham for 
starting defensive right tackle . . . all- 
met defensive lineman at Archbishop 
Curley . . . honored by National 
Football Foundation and Hall of 
Fame at Baltimore's 20th annual 
Scholar-Athlete Awards Dinner . . .also 
played offensive tackle and wrestled 
in high . . . won the MSA "B" heavy- 
weight wrestling title . . . played in 1982 all-star game 
against the county with three sacks, a fumble recovery 
and caused three fumbles in the game . . . father attended 
Maryland in 1956 . . . captained the high school football 
and wrestling teams . . . born in Baltimore. 




BARRY ANDERSON 

5-9, 153 (7/20/65) Fr.,* Rochester, New York 

Non scholarship candidate as a wide 
receiver . . . has fine speed . . . enrolled 
in '83 but did not play last year 
. . . came to Maryland from Sperry 
High . . . MAJOR-Engineering 






ROBERT PAUL ARNOLD (99) "Bob" 

6-3, 242 (1/4/65) Fr.,* Wyncote, Pennsylvania 

Defensive right guard who enrolled 
in '83 but did not play . . . all-state 
defensive tackle for Bishop McDevitt 
High in Philadelphia Catholic League 
. . . also weight man on the track 
team in high . . . captained the foot- 
ball team . . . has six brothers and 
five sisters . . . hobby is weightlifting 
. . . born in Glenside, Pennsylvania 
. . . MAJOR-Speech Communications 

LEWIS ASKEW, (13) 

5-10, 180 (5/14/64) Soph., Monroeville, Pennsylavania 

Defensive halfback listed third on the 
depth chart in the spring as a non- 
sholarship candidate . . . came to 
Maryland from Gateway High where 
he also played basketball . . . enroll- 
ed in 82 and redshirted last fall . . . 
born in Pittsburgh. Pennsylavania 
. . . MAJOR-Engineering 



JESS ATKINSON (90) 

5-10, 162 (12/11/61) Sr., Camp Springs, Maryland 

a Three year letterman and placekicker 

. . . All-ACC Placekicker as selected 
by the ACSWA as a sophomore and 
the Associated Press as a Junior 
. . . has a school and ACC record 79 
consecutive extra points going into 
his senior year . . . Terps all-time 
scorer with 220 regular season points 
scored on 91 of 93 pat's and 43 of 62 
scored 73 points (28 28 pat- 15 19 
fg)asajuniorand 87 as a sophomore (39 39 pat- 1 6 22 fg) 
as a freshman had 60 points on 24 26 pat and 12 of 21 
fg . . . in 1982 he kicked off into or over the end zone 41 
times . . . there were 31 touchbacks . . . opponents started 
on the six, eight, 10,11. 13,16 and 19 twice ... he kicked 
off from the 25 into the end zone for a touchback against 
Wake Forest . . . in 1983 he kicked off into the end zone31 
times, once to the two and twice to the three . . . 
opponents started out from the 20(26 times), the eight. I 1. 
12(twice). 17, I8(three times), 19(three times) and the 21 
after his kickoffs . . . he joined the football team alter he 
was cut bv the soccer team as a walk-on in 1980 . . . he did 




field goal attempts 



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not kick a football in a game until the ferps visited 
Vanderbilt during his second seal al Maryland . . . he 
made his first field goal from - 1 ! yards against Van- 
derbilt ... in high school he was centcr-loi ward on the 
soccer team and was on the tennis team . . . he played the 
trombone in the high school band altei he was cut 
from the soccer team he played for the dormatory 
intramural team ami was persuaded by Alan Sadler to 
stait kicking and come out for the football team... 
Sadler from the same high school was on football 
scholarship and handled the punting chores... he 
made the team in April as a walk-on kicker and credits 
much ol his success to a book on "1'sychocy bci netics" 
that (then Maryland coach) Jerry Claiborne gave him 
during the summer of '81 ... he discovered last tall that 
football is really a contact sport as he made a pan ol 
tackles . . . the first against Syracuse resulted in bruised 
right thigh . . . he did not kick oil the next game but 
handled the placekicking chores . . . the injury did not 
deter him from making a touchdown saving tackle later in 
the season on a kickoff . . . he captained both the tennis 
and soccer teams in high and lettered three years in each 
sport . . . born in Ann Arbor. Michigan . . . MA.IOR- 
Finance. (SEE INSIDE BACK COVER) 




JOSEPH MAN BAILED (43) 

5-10, 183 (10/17/64) Jr., (omullsville, Pennsylvania 

Listed third on the depth chart as 
safet) alter playing halfback as a 
freshman participated in '82 and 

'8.^ bul did tn tt letter . . . quarterback 
and defensive back at Connellsville 
High . . . captained the football and 
basketball team to post-season play 
losmg to Gateway High 15-6 and 
l.atrobe 57-52 . . . mvp in football, 
won the hitting title in baseball and was a guard on the 
basketball team . . . most memorable moment was inter- 
cepting three passes in game against Butler . . . born in 
Connellsv ille 



JOHN GREG BI.ALOC K 

6-0, 263 (7/15/65) Fr., Rockville, Maryland 

Defensive guard who redshirted last 
^M Jj^ fall as a walk-on candidate . . . came 

j^^^H in Maryland from Richard Moni 

W —* ^y gomery where he was twice all-county 

in football and also wrestled and was 
on the track team . . . captained the 
football team two years ... on state 
championship team in '82. . . born in 
Washington, D.C. 





RICHARD ALEN BADANJEK (40) "Rick" 
5-9, 223 (3/25/62) Jr., West Farmington, Ohio 

Has scored 56 points in each of his 
first two years with nine touchdowns 
and a pass conversion each year . . . 
set a freshman record for the Terps 
with his nine touchdowns scored . . . 
all nine td's as a freshman came on 
rushing plays and on only 62 carries 
from scrimmage . . . scored eight 
ml touchdowns on carries from within 
four yards and the ninth on a 34 yard run . . . averaged 4.4 
yards a carry as a freshman and 6.9 yards a return on 
seven punts . . . as a sophomore he was named to the 
Football News Sophmore Ail-American team as he 
scored eight td's rushing and one on a pass reception . . . 
seven were from within five yards and the eighth from 25 
yards ... he averaged 4.9 yards a carry and led the ACC 
in punt returns with 11. 1 yards a return on 20 at- 
tempts . . . in 22 games he has rushed for 909 yards on 193 
carries for a 4.7 average per carry . . . scored 17 touch- 
downs, caught 31 passes for 349 yards and another 
touchdown and two conversion passes while playing both 
runningback and fullback . . . hard worker with good 
strength bench pressing 440 pounds . . . came to Marv- 
land from Glen Mills Academy (Philadelphia) and 
Chalker High in Ohio . . . has three brothers and four 
sisters but only athlete in the family . . . played football, 
basketball and baseball in high . . . captained the football 
team and was the all-time leading ground gainer . . . 
"back of the year" in high . . . all-Ohio and second team 
high school All-American . . . Born in Trumbull . . . 
MAJOR-Law Enforcement 




ALVIN WILBERT BLOUNT (33) "Alvin" 
6-0, 201 (2/12/65) Soph., Greenbelt, Maryland 

Starting runningback in spring . . . 
had a fine freshman year playing in 
all 1 1 games . . . carried only eight 
times for 66 yards and 8.3 average per 
carry . . . caught two passes for 20 
yards and returned eight kickoffs for 
1 60 yards . . . was a runningback and 
defensive back for Eleanor Roosevelt 
High . . . outfielder on the baseball 
team . . . most memorable moment was breaking a draw 
play for 86 yards for a touchdown in the Homecoming 
game in high . . . ACC "Rookie of the Week" after the 
Duke game . . . born in Washington. D.C. . . . MAJOR- 
Communications 



CARL D. BOND (64) 

6-1, 258 (10/14/63) Jr., Wilmington,. Delaware 

Offensive guard playing the right 
side . . . strongest man on the team in 
bench press as he pressed a school 
record 485 pounds . . . came to Mary- 
land from Salesianum High where he 
captained the football team ... on 
runner-up team for state champion- 
ship in high and played in the Blue- 
Gold all-star game . . . all-state in high 

. . . born in Bremerton. Washington . . . MAJOR-Genral 

Studies 




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JOHN RUSSELL BONATO 

5-9, 161 (7/22/64) Fr., Annandale, Virginia 

^^^ Wide receiver who redshirted as a 

* walk-on candidate in '83 . . . had a 

Jp»«?J good spring practice . . . came to 

Maryland from Annandale High and 
Massanutten Military Academy . . . 
wide receiver in football and second 
baseman in baseball in high . . . 
brother Louis played football and 
baseball at Richmond for four years 
. . . most memorable moment in high was catching win- 
ning td pass to beat Lee Lancers 23-21 with 10 seconds left 
in the game . . . hobby is music . . . born in Washington, 
D.C MAJOR-Biology 



DONALD BROWN (2) 

6-0, 192 (11/28/63) Jr., Annapolis, Maryland 

Joined the Terps as a transfer from 
Oklahoma where he played as a fresh- 
man in '81 . . .joined the Terps last 
fall . . . had a fine spring practice as a 
defensive back and could handle re- 
turn chores on the kicking team in the 
fall . . . from Annapolis High . . . 
MAJOR-Communications 




KIM MCKINLEY BROWN (79) 

6-4, 251 (11/19/63) Jr., Baltimore, Maryland 

Defensive left tackle in spring listed 
third on the depth chart after enroll- 
ing for the spring semester . . . came 
to Maryland from Harford Commun- 
ity College and Southern High in 
t^ Baltimore . . . captained the football 
team at Harford . . . born in Balti- 
more . . . MAJOR-Communications 




TERRY ALFRED BURKE (59) 

6-2, 211 (10/23/65) Soph., Silver Spring, Maryland 

Letterman as an inside linebacker but 
moved to the ouside in the spring . . . 
had 24 tackles as a freshman with two 
on the speciality teams ... 17 tackles 
were first hits . . . mvp at Northwood 
High as a linebacker where he also 
ran track handling the shot put chores 
and running the sprints . . . also play- 
: — * cd basketball in high . . . brother 
Brent attended Maryland and brother Steven played for 
the Terps last fall . . . captained the football and track 
teams at Northwood . . . played in Byrd Stadium in State 
Championship game . . . mvp and Captain of Region II 
Championship game . . . bench presses 335 pounds . . . 
born in Los Angeles. California 








JOHN D. BURMEISTER (39) "Doug" 
6-2, 213 (9/28/61) Sr., Oakton, Virginia 

Played on the '80 and '82 teams but 
did not letter ... redshirted in '81 
and did not play last fall . . . moved 
to running back in the spring and 
impressed the coaches with his runn- 
ing . . . has worked at both running- 
back and linebacker since coming to 
Maryland . . . played in three varsity 
games as a freshman . . . had a quarter- 
back sack and one tackle on specialty teams in '82 ... . 
fullback in football and sprinter on track team for Oakton 
High where he captained the football team . . . first team 
all-district and second team all-regional honors in high 
. . . football team won district title in '79 losing to 
Robinson in regional game . . . brother Danny was an 
AU-American for Oakton . . . bench presses 335 pounds 
. . . born in Washington, D.C MAJOR— Law Enforce- 
ment 

TED CHAPMAN (96) 

6-3, 240 (4/5/64) Soph., Salisbury, Maryland 

Walk-on defensive tackle candidate 
where he played behind Tom McHale 
in the spring on the second unit . . . 
baseball catcher, defensive end, full- 
back and punter, 185 pound wrestler 
at Parkside High . . . bench presses 
355 pounds . . . captained the foot- 
ball, baseball and wrestling teams . . . 
mvp in football . . . MAJOR — Business 

BRIAN JUDE CONROY (76) 

6-1, 269 (10/31/63) Sr., Cleveland, Ohio 

Played in '80, '82 and '83, but did not 
letter . . . has played both tackle and 
center . . . second team offensive 
center in spring ... on the Aloha and 
Florida Citrus teams . . . all-confer- 
ence in football and earned two letters 
each in football, basketball and track 
at Saint Edward High . . . has four 
brothers and four sisters and six 
participating in sports . . . placed third in state in power 
lift in '79 while in high . . . born in Berea, Ohio . . . 
MAJOR-General Studies 

AL CORNELL COVINGTON (18) 

6-0, 191 (6/17/63) Jr., Danville, Virginia 

Lettered on two bowl teams (Aloha 
and Florida Citrus) in his first two 
years at Maryland . . . had four tack- 
les as a safety and nine tackles on the 
specialty team as a freshman . . . had 
one tackle in the Aloha Bowl game 
. . . had 30 tackles last fall as a safety 
3 £ anc ' f' ve more with the specialty teams 
. . . had three tackles and a pass bro- 
ken up in the Florida Citrus game . . . known as "Bam 
Bam" in high at George Washington High where he 
captained the football team as a runningback and defen- 






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sive back . . he was ;i high hurdler on the track team i<u 
tour years . . . brother Bryant is an all-state wide receiver 
and has joined Al at Maryland . . Bryant is now in the 
same defensive backfleld with Al . . . Al was second team 
all-state in football and the stale champion in the high 
hurdles in 13.6. . also placed in stale championship in 
200 meters w uh 21 .6 and district champion at 100 meters 
in 10.7 . horn in Danville . . . MAJOR I. aw Enforce- 
ment 




BRYANT COVINGTON (1) "Keeta" 

5-9, 186 (3/6/65) Soph., Danville, Virginia 

Wide receiver as a freshman with 
tour tackles on specialty teams al- 
though he did not letter . . . moved to 
defense in spring where he joins his 

brother Al . . . listed on the second 
unit at right halfback in spring . . . all- 
state at George Washington high as a 
wide receiver in football and sprinter 
on the track team . . . bench presses 

over 330 pounds as does Al . . . bom in Danville . . . 

MAJOR General Studies 



DOUG COX (42) 

6-1, 225 (4/12/62) Sr., Bowie, Maryland 

^^^ Joined the Terps as a walk-on and 

^Pl^k, earned his scholarship the hard way 

, j ... was named the Sports Illustrated 

"Defensive Player of the Week" for 
his performance in the Pittsburgh 
game last fall as Terps won 13-7 . . . 
had 1 3 tackles last fall with 10 coming 
on the specialty teams . . . with Pitts- 
burgh leading 7-3 in second quarter 
he blocked a punt, picked it up on the 32 and ran it in for a 
49 yard touchdown play . . . lettered on the Florida Citrus 
team last fall . . . MAJOR— Applied Design 





Aloha Howl team 



ROBERT I. DEPAUL (38) "Bobby" 

5-11, 229 (1/24/63) Jr., Bowie, Maryland 

I etterman linebacker on the Aloha 
and Florida Citrus Howl teams al- 
though he suffered a leg ninny and 
missed the Citrus Howl game . . . in- 
jured in the Auburn game . . had 28 
tackles as a linebacker in '82 and 104 
in'83 . . . had a quarterback sack and 
six tackles in the backfield last fall 
. . . had one interception with the 
. . came to Mary land from Archbishop 
Carroll High where he lettered tour years in baseball. 
three in football and one as a 155 pound wrestler . . . 
captained the defense for two years in high . . . was the 
1980 mvp in football, received the Martin Cain Award 
and was honored by the Brookland Club, Pigskin Club 
and was accorded all-met honors as well as All-American 
honors . . . played for Dr. Maus Collins in football and 
was named the athlete of the year . . . brother Anthony 
attended Maryland as an Engineering Major and played 
rugby . . . brother Chris also played football and wrestled 
at Carroll High . . . Younger brother, Joe, is also a three 
sport athlete . . . captained the baseball team in high . . . 
born in Cheverlv, Maryland 



KEVIN PAIL DONAS (47) 

6-1, 213 (8/26/63) Jr., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Listed as a starting outside line- 

JtJ^L backer after spring practice . . . let - 

W^ ^K tered on Florida Citrus Bowl team 

▼ * **? with four tackles all first hits . . . 

participated but did not letter on the 

^tar^BJ^ Aloha Bowl team . . . split end as a 

* freshman . . . captained the football 

team as a wide receiver and defensive 

back at North Hills High . . . all-state. 

all-WPIAL, mvp and "player of the year" in high ... on 

fabulous 22 (Post Gazette) and finest 44 (Press) . . . most 

memorable moment in sports — as a wide receiver threw a 

touchdown pass off an end around play with 42 seconds 

left in the game to beat Butler . . . born in Pittsburgh . . . 

MAJOR -Law Enforcement 




PATRICK A. D'ATRI (46) "Pat" 

5-10, 226 (2/23/63) Jr., Cumberland, Maryland 

Linebacker with excellent strength 
bench pressing 455 pounds . . . came 
to Maryland from Fort Hill High 
where he lettered in football and 
wrestling for four years each and also 
earned three letters in track . . . was 
\oted the "best defensive player" at 
Fort Hill where he was a linebacker, 
fullback and tackle . . . won the 
William Daily Award, the Hipsiley Award, the Snyder 
Award and Jim Turner Award in high . . . born in 
Cumberland . . . MAJOR Advertising and Design 




DOUGLAS VINCENT DRAGAN (24) "Doug" 
6-3, 230 (2/24/65) Fr., Beaver, Pennsylvania 

Redshirted as a freshman last fall . . . 
worked as a right inside linbacker in 
spring . . . fullback and linebacker candi- 
date when he joined the Terps from 
Beaver Area High . . . co-captain and 
top defensive player in high where he 
also won the "head hunter Award" 
and on the Press finest 44 team . . . on 
all-state list, all-WPIAL all-stars . . . 
hobby is weight lift ing . . . captain of fellowship of 
christian athletes and on academic honor roll in high . . . 
on WPIALChampionshipteamsin'81and'82. . . WPIAL 
sectional champs in baseball in '82 . . . undefeated in 
football both years . . . born in Indiana. Pennsylvania . . . 
M \JOR Business 




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L)l JANE RODERICK DUNHAM (98) 

6-2, 245 (12/16/64) Fr., Gaithersburg, Maryland 

Starting defensive right tackle after 
spring practice as a redshirt fresh- 
man . . . captained the football team 
for John Harvill at Gaithersburg 
High . . . lettered twice in football 
and track and played basketball in 
high . . . weight man on the track 
team . . . born in St. Louis, Missouri 



MICHAEL ANTONIO ECHOLS 

6-3, 213 (1/23/65) Fr., Wilmington, Delaware 

Walk-on tight end candidate ... on 
team but did not play last fall . . . 
came to Maryland from The Tatnall 
School where he lettered three times 
each in football and basketball, twice 
in track as a long and high jumper 
and also in baseball . . . mvp and all- 
state in football . . . captained the 
basketball and track teams . . . born 
in Birmingham, Alabama . . . MAJOR — Business 



FERRELL EDMUNDS (93) 

6-5, 231 (4/16/65) Fr., Danville, Virginia 

Had a fine spring practice as a tight 
end giving the Terrps four excellent 
tight ends . . . came to Maryland 
from the state championship team at 
George Washington High . . . letter- 
ed twice in football and also in basket- 
ball in high . . . has six sisters and two 
brothers . . . younger brother Willie 
also plays football . . . born in South 





Boston, Virginia 



ROBERT ANTHONY EDWARDS (72) "Tony" 
6-6, 270 (5/22/63) Jr., Silver Spring, Maryland 

a Starting left tackle in spring . . . 

bench presses 385 pounds . . . played 
but did not letter in '81, redshirted in 
'82 and lettered as offensive lineman 
on Florida Citrus Bowl team . . . line- 
backer and tight end at Wheaton 
■j ^" ) ' '\ \ High w heie he won all-league honors 
two years . . . also lettered in baseball 
and basketball two years each . . . cap- 
tamed the football team in '80 and the basketball team 
two years ... on two championship teams in football and 
one in baseball . . . sister Helen. 1972-76. and sister-in- 
law Cynthia 1972-76 attended Maryland . . . hobbies in- 
clude waterskiingand fishing . . . born in Washington, D.C. . . . 
\1 VIOR General Studies 





CHARLES FAUCETTE (11) "Chuck" 

6-2, 238 (10/7/63) Soph., Cinniminson, New Jersey 

Joined the Terps in spring of '83 after 
serving two years in professional base- 
ball in the Toronto farm system . . . 
inside linebacker and starter . . . 
had 52 tackles last fall for Citrus 
Bowl team . . . received fumble with 
1:14 left in Pitsburgh game on Terps 
I 7 to clinch I 3-7 win . . . named ACC 
rookie of the week for play in Pitt, 
game . . . bench presses 350 pounds . . . played football 
and baseball at Willingboro High and captained both 
teams . . . born in Levitown. Pennsylvania . . . MAJOR — 
Business Finance 

RONALD ANTHONY FAZIO (88) "Ron" 
6-5, 237 (6/5/62) Sr., Willingboro, New Jersey 

Two year letterman tight end ... on 

a two bowl teams the Aloha and Florida 

Citrus . . . caught five passes for I 10 
yards last fall and seven for 72 yards 
in '82 . . . participated but did not 
letter in '80 . . . also a punter ... on 
"^ ACC Honor Roll for '81-82 . . . tight 
end. defensive end, punter and place- 
kicker at Willingboro High where he 
captained the football team . . . also the weight man on 
the track team and threw the javelin . . . three letters each 
in football and track . . . straight A student in high . . . 
bench presses 330 pounds . . . played in the 1980 New 
Jersey all-star game . . . kicked 27 and 4 1 yard field goals 
to tie Cherokee High . . . born in Meadow brook, 
Pennsylvania . . . MAJOR —Kinesiology 

JEFF FIRMAN 

5-11, 217 (1/8/64) Fr., Monsey, New York 

Walk-on defensive guard candidate 
. . did not play in '83 . . . listed third 
on the depth chart at end of spring 
practice . . . bench presses 325 pounds 
. . . came to Maryland from Ramapo 
High and Milford Academy . . . born 
in Queens. New Jersey . . . MAJOR — 
Business 



STANLEY MORRIS GELBAUGH (8) "Stan" 
6-3, 196 (12/4/62) Jr., Carlisle, Pennsylvania 

_^ Redshirted in '83 as quarterback . . . 

s_ Bk worked at wide recieiver in spring but 

wP' \ moved back to quarterback for spring 

^ "^ ^v game . . . listed as backup quarter- 

V ^?k, back at end ol spring... has two 

\" , «^B^M kl >ears In Coach Bobbv Ross' system 

. . . backup quarterback to Boomer 

Esiason on the .Aloha Bowl team . . . 

played in three games in '81 as a 

freshman and lour games as a sophomore . . . threw one 

pass as a freshman a 13 yard completion to quarterback 

I siason as he lined up at tailback . . . threw nine passes 

and completed six for 48 yards in '82... came to 





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Mar) land 1 1 inn ( lumbei land \ alios High w here he was a 
three sporl athlete in football, basketball and track . . . 
kicked a 36 yard field goal with 1 4 seconds left to beat 
Carlisle 20- 1 7 ami m i he Milton Hershej game threw two 
touchdow n passes and intercepted a pass on defense, all in 
game to win 27- 17 . . . bominCarlisle . . . M \.I()K Marketing 



JOSEPH GIULIANO "JOE" 

6-6, 267 (1/1/65) Fr., Dobbs Ferry, New York 

Offensive tackle in spring after enroll- 

^B-^Sk ing for the spring semester . . . bench 

|k. « presses 335 pounds . . . all-state at 

W ~~ " Dobbs Ferry High playing tight end 

T -^ and on the defensive line . . . four 

%^^. sport letterman with three letters in 

T( football, four in basketball, two in 

baseball and one in track . . . brother 

Anthony a soccer player for the New 

York Eagles . , . captained the baseball team . . . on state 

championship football team . . . mvp in championship 

game as tight end . . . scored three touchdowns in playoff 

game and set record in javelin throw with 165-10 in 

'81 . . . born in Italy 



KEVIN BERNARD GLOVER (70) "Kevin" 

6-2, 262 (6/17/63) Sr., Upper Marlboro, Maryland 

Co-Captain and starting center . . . 
lettered as starting offensive tackle 
on Aloha Bowl team and started as 
center on Florida Citrus Bowl team 
. . . strong bench pressing 365 pounds 
. . . one of the best centers the Terps 
have had in years . . . came to Mary- 
land from Largo High where he was a 
tight end and defensive tackle letter- 
ing in football three years . . . also earned two letters in 
basketball, two in track and one in wrestling . . . cap- 
tained the football team in high also . . . 1980 team in high 
had a 9-1 record with five shutouts . . . mvp and all-met 
honors in high . . . born in Washington. D.C. . . . 
MAJOR - Recreation 




second night in Hawaii . . . team and coaches now refer to 
"(iundci man's liavels" , . redshirted as a freshman with 
injur} . . played but did not letter in '81 . . . all-conlci- 

ence defensive back foi West Millord High ... earned 
three letters on football team and four on track team 
running the spnnts and hurdles . . . in '77 started on 
defense ... in '78 and '79 started on both offense and 
defense . . . captain in '79 . . . mvp in football in both 78 
and '80 . . . as junior scored 10 touchdowns and caught 20 
passes ... as senior set school scoring record with I 12 
points . . . single game record with five touchdowns 
. . . school record 970 yards rushing and averaged over six 
yards a carry ... on defense as senior had 45 solo tackles 
and four pass interceptions . . . mvp in track as a junior 
and undefeated in 100 yard dash . . . also hurdles cham- 
pion of Northern New Jersey . . . had two uncles Ed ('65 
and '66) and Tom Gunderman ('57-'59) play for Mary- 
land . . . Tom was all-ACC guard in '59 . . . born in 
Pompton Plains, New Jersey . . . MAJOR General 
Studies 



GREGORY ELIAS HARRAKA (57) "Greg" 
6-2, 266 (6/1/62) Sr., Wayne, New Jersey 

r^^^ Lettered as offensive tackle on Aloha 

,^3 Hki ar) d Florida Citrus Bowl teams . . . 

4 starting guard this fall . . . all-ACC 

Candidate rated by Coach Ross as 
—3^" one of the best . . . was a guard and 

MA Jflfc"% center in. '80 . . . tool tarter 

zN^^^^^^j al tackle enabling Coach Ross to 
my/Hk^l move Kevin Glover to center . . AC( 

^^^■^^" Honor Roll and CoSIDA 
demic All-District selection last year . . . ACC Honor 
Roll the past four years . . . bench presses 440 pounds . . . 
three year center and defensive tackle for DePaul High 
where he was accorded all-state, All-American honors 
and captained the football team ... on conference 
championship team in high and played in Meadowlands 
Stadium for state championship . . . named to the North- 
South all-star game . . . born in Paterson, New Jersey . . . 
MAJOR — Industrial Technology 



ROBERT EDWARD Gl NDERMAN (29) "Bob" 
5-11, 186 (12/31/61) Sr., West Milford, New Jersey 

Letterman defensive back on the 
Aloha and Florida Citrus Bowl teams 
. . . had six tackles on defense and six 
with specialty teams as a sophomore 
and 1 1 with the speciality teams last 
fall . . . returned a pass interception 
^"^ ^^ 22 yards as a sophomore . . . bench 
presses 335 pounds ... he blocked a 
field goal attempt by Pittsburgh last 
fall . . . gained national attention when he remained be- 
hind at the hospital having a hand injury treated when the 
team left for Hawaii and the Aloha Bowl . . . following a 
tew hours later he was put on the wrong plane in New 
York and wound up in South America without proper 
credentials ... he missed the first practice in Hawaii 
joining the team, to a standing ovation, at dinner the 




GREG PERNELL HARRELL (86) 

6-4, 215 (4/22/62) Sr., Harrellsville, North Carolina 

Wide receiver at the split end spot . . . 
joined the Terps in spring '82 from 
Chowan Junior College . . . redshirt- 
ed and missed spring practice in '83 
w it h injury . . . tight end and split end 
CAN at Ahoskie High where he also played 

' basketball . . . three years in football 

u and averaged 16 points and 15 re- 

■"' "■ J bounds for basketball team his senior 

year . . . co-captain of the basketball team . . . while at 
Chowan defeated Jones J.C. of Mississippi in the East 
Bowl 27-14 . . . brother Sam played for East Carolina and 
with the Minnesota Vikings . . . MAJOR — Law Enforce- 
ment 






DANIEL CHRISTOPHER HENNING (12) "Dan" 
6-0, 180 (6/22/65) Fr., Annandale, Virginia 

Redshirted as quarterback candidate 
. . . had a fine spring learning the 
Ross system . . . had outstanding ca- 
reerat Annandale High where he was 
all-district . . . also played baseball 
and basketball in high . . . father 
coaches the Atlanta Falcons . . . has 
three sisters and younger brother . . . 
born in San Diego, California . . . 
MAJOR— Zoology & Pre-Med 

GREGORY LEE HILL (4) "Greg" 

5-11, 165 (5/7/61) Sr., Seat Pleasant, Maryland 

Starting wide receiver on Aloha Bowl 
team and again on the Florida Citrus 
Bowl Squad . . . caught 19 passes for 
331 yards, 17.6 yard average per 
catch and seven touchdowns for 
Aloha Bowl team . . . also caught 
seven touchdown passes last fall with 
27 catches for 570 yards and average 
of 21. 1 a catch . . . only one Terrapin 
ever caught more touchdown passes in a season and that 
was eight ... he has a school career record with his 14 td 
catches ... he has caught a pair in a game four times . . . 
has caught 46 passes for 90 1 yards in two years ... he was 
a defensive back in 1980 and redshirted in '81 . . . his 
longest reception has been 48 yards . . . the 570 yards is 
the third best ever by a Terp in a single season . . . came to 
Maryland from Crossland High where he was an all-met 
defensive safety . . . lettered two years each in football 
and basketball . . . also played quarterback in football 
. . . all-state and high school Ail-American . . . captained 
both the football and basketball teams . . . county AA 
champions in football '81 . . . longest td catches are 37 
and 32 yards . . . has two of 28 yards, two from 24one 
from 22 and one from 20 yards . . . others were 15, 14, 12, 
1 1 and eight twice . . . born in Washington, D.C. 

GILBERT BERNARD HOFFMAN (27) "Gil" 
5-10, 176 (5/9/62) Sr„ Washington, D.C. 

Two year letterman defensive back 

M0K^. on Moha Bowl and I lorida ( itrus 

m V teams . . . started part of '82 season 

and was injured part of the season . . . 

yi^fl Kr-^ had IOtackles with two interceptions 

^^ M^ m ' 82 and eighl tackles last fal1 ■ • • 

l|^H all mel defensive back at DeMatha 

High were he captained the football 
^^^^^* ' team in '79 . . . participated but did 
not letter for Terps in '80 and reshirted in '81 ... bench 
pressses 300 pounds . . . had seven interceptions for 
DeMatha and caught eight td passes . . . also returned a 
kickoff and punt for touchdowns . . . kickoff return on 
game opening kick and is listed as his most memorable 
moment in sports . . . also a game winning pass intercep- 
tion . . . three year letterman in football and twice in 
basketball . . . on conference and city championship team 
in 78-79 season beating Dunbar for city title in Cole 
Field House . . . concert pianist and member of Fellow- 



ship of Christian Athletes 
. . . MAJOR English 



born in Washington, D.C. 





ERIC A. HOLDER (81) 

5-11, 193 (11/19/64) Jr., Palmer Park, Maryland 

Letterman on Florida Citrus Bowl 
team as a split end . . . played on the 
Aloha Bowl team but did not letter 
. . . came to Maryland from nearby 
Parkdale High where he earned three 
letters as split end . . . three letters in 
baseball and two in basketball . . . 
player of year for Parkdale . . . cap- 
tained all three teams in high . . . scor- 
ed two touchdowns to come from behind and win 
Homecoming game in high . . . caught four passes for 52 
yards for Terps last fall . . . listed as starting wide receiver 
(split end) at end of spring practice . . . born in Wash- 
ington, D.C. . . . MAJOR — Law Enforcement 

JEFFREY HOLINKA (62) "Jeff" 

6-3, 273 (9/14/63) Jr., Pottstown, Pennsylvania 

Starting right offensive tackle this 
fall where he lettered on the Florida 
Citrus Bowl team . . . played on Aloha 
Bowl team but did not letter . . . 
bench presses 375 pounds . . . came 
to Terps from Glen Mills Academy in 
Philadelphia and Pottsgrove High . . . 
third team all-state in high . . . first 
team all-district . . . offensive and de- 
fensive tackle for three years at Pottsgrove and one at 
Glen Mills . . . captained both his high school and prep 
teams . . . top moment in sports was Glen Mills beating 
Penn State JV 18-0 . . . born in Pottstown 



WILLIAM HUGHES (69) "Bill" 

6-4, 287 (6/6/65) Fr., Saddle Brook, New Jersey 

Second team offensive left tackle 
after spring practice . . . redshirted 
last fall as a freshman . . . came to 
Maryland from Bergen Catholic High 
where he was an all-state offensive 
tackle . . . brothers Joe and Larry both 
played for Montclair State ... on 
state championship team in '82 . . . 
bench presses 340 pounds . . . born in 
Ridgewood 

CHRIS JAMES IGUS (71) 

6-0, 280 (5/5/63) Sr., East Orange, New Jersey 

Second team offensive right guard at 
end of spring practice . . . lettered on 
Florida Citrus after playing but not 
lettering on Aloha Bowl team . . . of- 
fensive and defensive guard at East 
Orange High earning three letters . . . 
^J also lettered in baseball . . . all-state 

dl . . . Worall Publication "Player of the 

Year". . . Daily News all-star team 
played in North-South all-star 





and 



-star award 



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game . . . bench presses 350 pounds . . . bom in Newark 
. . . MAJOR Criminology 



BYRON KEITH II I II IO 

6-1, 165 (l/3/<>4) Soph., I <>rt Washington, Maryland 

Wide receiver, split end, in spring . . . 
walk-on who redshirted in '82 and 

did not plaj last fall . . . came to 

Maryland from Ostherholz American 

High where he was a wide reciei\ci. 
guard on the basketball team and i an 
the 100, 200 and 400 meters in track 
. . . caught touchdown while winning 
the European Championship game 
holds school records in track . . . captained the basket- 
ball team . . . born in 1 ontaincblcau. France . . . 
MAJOR Physical Iherapy 



MICHAEL PERRY JONES 

5-11, 216 (2/14/62) Sr., West Hartford, Connecticut 

Fullback in spring . . . bench presses 
350 pounds . . . transferred to Mary- 
land from where he played in '80 and 
'81 . . . played football and basketball 
at Conard High . . . born in West 
Hartford . . . MAJOR — Physical 
Therapy 



STEVEN KELLY (53) 

6-1, 225 (9/4/63) Soph., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

§ Second team outside right linebacker 

in spring . . . played on Florida Citrus 
Bowl team but did not letter . . . red- 
shirted in '82 . . . bench presses 370 
.-^ . . came to Terps from George Wash- 




ington High and Glen Mills Academy 
in Philadelphia . . . middle linebacker 
for three years amd mvp in high and 
middle linebacker and mvp at Glen 
Mills . . . captained the football teams in both high and 
pre school . . . served as captain of the city all-star 
team . . . also third baseman in baseball and weight man 
on the track team in high . . . brother Louis was ECC 
Champion in track at St. Joseph's . . . born in Philadel- 
phia 

HORACE KIRBY 

6-1, 195 (1/21/64) Soph., Polk City, Florida 

Runningback as a walk-on candidate 
. . . redshirted in '82 and did not play 
last fall . . . from Auburndale High 
where he was a champion sprinter in 
track and lettered three years in both 
football and track . . . bench presses 
33(1 pounds . . . has free brothers and 
three sisters but only athlete in family 
. . . best all-around athlete in high 
MAJOR Personnel Counseling 




ROBER1 ERNES! KLEIN JR. (67) "Rob" 
6-3, 2(»5 (11/13/65) I r.. Frederick, Maryland 

^^ I hiul team defensive guard at end ol 

J| ^t spring practice altei redshirting as a 

Hh^sW Ireshman last tall . . . played in B\ rd 

^ _. f Stadium for rhomas Johnson High 

■ - while winning state championship .. . 

_^^^k >, yfcLV three yea i letterman as ollensivc and 

^^^ ilelensise tackle . . three year letter- 

\\jg man in football and as weight mat 

^ Hack team . . . two letters in basket- 

ball . . . on state championship basketball team also . . . 
high school All-American in football . . . brother Charles 
w.is state champion as a heavyweight wrestler lor I homas 
Johnson . . . brother also was all-state in lootball and was 
weight man on track team . . . brother wrestled at Mas- 
sachusetts . . . sister Natalie was nationally ranked in shot 
put and undefeated in dual meets at Colorado State 1 972- 
76... lather Robert Klein and uncle Roscoe Whipp 
attended Maryland ... active in scouting with Eagle- 
Scout status . . . born in Fredrick . . . MAJOR Horti- 
culture 

CHRIS KNIGHT (85) 

6-5, 237 (2/1/63) Sr., Stevensville, Maryland 

(aught five passes for 46 yards includ- 
ing a four yard touchdown pass from 
Frank Reich and a key two point 
conversion pass from Boomer for 18- 
17 lead against North Carolina . . . 
could start at tight end this fall . . . 
lettered on Florida Citrus Bowl team 
... on Aloha Bowl team but did not 
letter ... came to Maryland from 
Cambridge High where he lettered twice each in football 
and baseball . . . captained the state championship team 
winning the title over Sherwood . . . mvp in football and 
baseball . . . caught a game winning td pass in his senior 
year . . . bench presses 350 pounds . . . MAJOR General 
Studies 

GREG KOCH 

6-3, 253 (3/19/62) Sr., Clifton, New Jersey 

1 hird team offensive left guard after 
spring practice . . . came to Maryland 
from Patterson College . . . strong 
bench pressing 440 pounds . . . 
MAJOR— Government & Politics 





JOE KRAI'S (3) 

5-11, 179 (5/3/62) Sr., Kensington, Maryland 

^^^ Had 52 tackles as letterman starter 

fl Sk on Florida Citrus Bowl team . . . 

W^ Tj safety last fall moved to halfback in 

spring . . . did not play in '82 as a 
transfer from Penn State where he 
had seven tackles as cornerback in '80 
and 10 in '8 1 . . . recovered a fumbled 
Notre Dame punt to set up a score 
and recovered a blocked punt against 







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N.C. State to set up a td . . . had one interception against 
Cincinnati for Nittany Lions . . . split end and defensive 
back at Seneca High . . . played on two state champion- 
ship teams and all-state in high . . . MAJOR — Marketing 

FRANCIS KUNTZ 

6-1, 185 (1/4/63) Jr., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

Walk-on receiver from Bishop Mc- 
fB\ Devitt High .. MAJOR General 

W~~ J Studies 





JOHN NICHOLAS MARCHETTI "Nick" 
6-1, 236 (10/18/65) Fr., Mitchellville, Maryland 

Enrolled for spring semester as line- 
backer . . . played the left side in the 
spring . . . attended Fork Union Mili- 
tary Academy and Eleanor Roosevelt 
High . . . three years of football with 
WM^^^r JkN- all-met honors, two ol baseball with 
^^J all-county honors and one year as a 

heavyweight wrestler in high . . . cap- 
^ ^^™ tained the football team in high and 
on honor roll in prep school . . . honors included high 
school defensive player of the year, all-met, teams mvp 
and on George Michael's Golden 11... bench presses 365 
pounds . . . born in Washington, D.C. . . . MAJOR — 
Architecture 




LEONARD ANTHONY LYNCH (63) "Len" 
6-3, 276 (4/6/62) Jr., Levittown, Pennsylavania 

Two year letterman offensive guard 
. . . lettered on Aloha Bowl team as a 
starter . . . also lettered as a fresh- 
man . . . injured in '83 with medical 
redshirt . . . starting right guard in 
spring . . . bench presses 400 pounds 
. . . mvp and captain of football team 
for two years while earning four 
letters as linebacker and offensive 
guard at Bishop Eagan High . . . all-area and all-city 
selections by two Philadelphia papers ... on Daily News 
"team of decade" . . . hobbies include weightlifting . . . 
played in coaches all-star game and Bucks County all-star 
game . . . started his first game as sophomore in high . . . 
born Philadelphia . . . MAJOR — General Studies 

JOHN DAVID MAARLEVELD (73) "JD" 
6-6, 301 (10/24/61) Jr., Rutherford, New Jersey 

Second team right offensive tackle in 
spring . . . transfer from Notre Dame 
. . . played two years at Notre Dame 
. . . played four years at St. Joseph's 
of the Palisades High as tight end and 
nose guard and also three years as 
baseball catcher . . . captained both 
teams in high ... on state champion- 
ship baseball team in '79 with 25-0 
record . . . MAJOR — Sociology 




PETE McDANIEL 

6-1, 270 (9/12/65) Fr., Rockville, Maryland 

.g. Offensive left guard in spring as walk- 

a& ^^^k on redshirt . . . came to Maryland from 

W ^ s, _,' Woodward high where he lettered 

— two years as a guard and also played 

on and captained the Rugby team . . . 

l^&r L Kk b° rn in Washington, D.C. ... 

v%^^^^ m MAJOR Accounting 

CHRISTOPHER JAMES MARINO (23) "Chris" 
5-9, 164 (7/17/62) Sr., Gaithersburg, Maryland 

Letterman from the Florida Citrus 
Bowl team . . . returned for his final 
year as result of retroactive redshirt 
rule . . . did not practice in spring 
practice ... on Aloha Bowl team but 
did not letter . . . wide receiver from 
Gaithersburg High where he lettered 
twice in football and earned four 
letters as a sprinter and hurdler on 
the track team . . . mvp in track in '79 . . . brother Rick 
also attended Maryland . . . captained the track team in 
'79 and '80 . . . on football county champions in '79 and 
'80 . . . scored game-winning touchdown against Wood- 
ward on a 60 yard pass . . . played for John Har\ ill in 
high . . . ran track for Coach Fred Joyce . . . ACC honor 
roll student . . . born in Newburgh, New York 




RAYMOND JOSEPH MARAGNI 

5-10, 164 (10/20/64) Fr., Scotch Plains, New Jersey 

Came to Maryland as a pole vaulter on the track 
team . . . could replace Alan Sadler who has handled the 
punting chores the past two years but has turned to 
baseball as a professional career . . . Maragni was the 
mvp in track at Seton Hall Prep and three times all-state 
as well as Ail-American in track in high . . . punted for the 
football team in high with a 43.7 yard average . . . first to 
win state championship three straight years in track . . . 
had a 75 yard punt in high that traveled 67 yards in the air 
from the line of scrimmage . . . Born in New Jersey 



THOMAS McHALE (92) "Tom" 

6-4, 260 (2/25/63) Jr., Gaithersburg, Maryland 

Starting defensive left tackle this fall 

after lettering on the Florida Citrus 

Bowl team . . . also defensive tackle 

on Aloha Bowl team but did not 

letter . . . came to Maryland from 

\ v Wyoming Seminary (Kingston. Pa.) 

^ ^^^^ and Gaithersburg High . . . captained 

Slfl the football team in high ... tackle in 

both high and at prep school . . . third 




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m discus m the state and fifth in the shot put competing 
foi Fred Joyce . . . bench presses 330 . . . born in Boston, 
Massachusetts... MAJOR Business Management 



BRUCE M. MESNER (S3) 

6-6, 276 (3/21/64) Soph., Harrison, New York 

^^«^ ll.ul 35 tackles with three quarter- 

^^^^% back sacks and five tackles in the 

]■_ _i backfield for the Florida Citrus Bowl 

team . . . Ictterman and starting de- 
■-?> tensive lett guard at the end 01 spring 

^V N, ^^L \" practice ... ictishii ted in '82asfresh- 
,' \a Tk man . . . first team all-state tight end 

at Harrison High . . . also defensive 
tackle and middle guard on unde- 
feated. 10-0. team in high . . . defeated Roosevelt High on 
last play of championship game (7-0) . . . named mvp in 
the Rye game . . . center on basketball team for three 
years . . . also long and high jumper . . . and handled the 
shot put . . . lacrosse defenseman as he lettered in four 
sports in high . . . born in New York City . . . MAJOR 
Business 




LARRY ALAN MILES (21) 

5-10, 173 (4/8/63) Jr., Bethel Park, Pennsylvania 

^^_ Wide receiver (split end) on Aloha 

ifl 4^ Bowl team but redshirted last fall 

^n* &J came to Maryland from Bethel Park 

High where he was a defensive back 
and wide receiver for two years . . . 
also lettered twice in baseball . . . all- 
WP1AL AAAA selected by the 
coaches. Post Gazette and the Pitts- 
burgh Press 33 . . . On Post Gazette 
Fabulous 22 . . . co-mvp at Bethel Park High and all-state 
selection by U PI ... captained the football team his 
senior year and the baseball team twice ... on 1980 
WPIAL AAAA runner-up team . . . born in Pittsburgh 
. . . MAJOR — Accounting 



JAMES THOMAS MILLING. Jr. (22) 

5-8. 154 (2/14/65) Fr., Temple Hills, Maryland 

Wide receiver from Potomac High 
. . . redshirted as a freshman in '83 . . . 
quarterback and defensive back at 
Potomac where he was a first team 
all-met selection . . . captained the 
basketball and track teams . . . broth- 
er Kenneth also played football at 
Potomac High and brother Tony at 
the Silver Hill Boys Club . . . scored 

four touchdow ns in the first game of his senior year . . . 

born in Winnsboro. South Carolina . . . 




JIM MORRISON 

5-10, 238, (6/23/64) Fr., Reading, Pennsylvania 

Defensive left guard in spring... 
bench presses }45 pounds . . . came 
to Maryland from fort Union Mili- 
tary Academy and redshirted as a 
I reshman 





offs lor IXI yards 
Tennessee 



WILLIAM THOMAS MAI. (48) "Tommy" 
5-10, 203(6/5/65) Soph., Gaithersburg, Maryland 

Had an excellent freshman sear while 
learning the Bobby Ross offensive 
system ... returned 15 kickoffs lor 

33 1 yards . . . carried the ball only six 
times but picked up 44 yards for a 7.3 
average and had a five yard touch- 
down run . . . also scored on a con- 
version run . . . caught three passes 
for 39 yards . . . returned five kick- 
in the Florida Citrus Bowl against 
his 80 yard return to open the second half 
set up a Maryland score and a 12-10 lead... bowl 
statistics do not count or the 1 8 1 yards would have been a 
Maryland single game record ... he was a fullback and 
linebacker for former Terp coach Roy Lester . . . leading 
scorer and mvp for Magruder High in '8 1 and mvp in '82 
along with Roger Rowse Team Spirit Award . . . captained 
the football team as a senior . . . won Pigskin Club award 
in high . . . also honored by Washington Touchdown 
Club with Timmie Award . . . Maryland Suburban player 
of the year . . . Football Officials Association also honored 
him with outstanding player award . . . linebacker on all- 
metro Golden Eleven . . . born in Olney, Maryland 

RAMON PARADES (5) 

5-7, 166 (7/13/64) Soph., Arlington, Virginia 

aRedshirt placekicker as a freshman 
. . . played but did not letter last fall 
. . . handled the kickoff chores when 
Jess Atkinson suffered a bruised thigh 
in the Syracuse game and handled 
only the placekicking against Wake 
Forest . . . has a strong leg and only 
Atkinson's kicking prevents him from 
starting . . . MAJOR — International 
Business 

TOM PARKER (91) 

6-2, 280 (9/2/64) Soph.. Baltimore, Maryland 

Lettered as defensiv e guard on Florida 
Citrus Bowl team . . . started several 
games after redshirting as a freshman 
on the Aloha Bowl team . . . had 32 
tackles last fall with one quarterback 
sack and three tackles in the backfield 
. . . bench presses 375 pounds . . . 
came to Maryland from Forest Park 
H i 2 h in Baltimore... of- 





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msive and defensive lineman in high . . . undefeated as a 
heavyweight wrestler until his last meet of the season in 
high . . . baseball catcher 

JOHN MICHAEL PERNA (52) "John" 

6-2, 259 (2/23/65) Fr., Maplewood, New Jersey 

nRedshirt freshman listed as the third 
center on the depth chart at the end of 
spring practice . . . both listed ahead 
of him were seniors . . . bench presses 
375 . . . from Columbia High where 
he was an offensive guard and defen- 
sive tackle . . . accorded all-state 
honors . . . team mvp . . . player of 
the year and on Blue Chip Silver list 
. . captained the football team to Iron Hills Champion- 
ship and named to the New Jersey all-star game . . . lost to 
Montclair High 7-3 in playoff game for state champion- 
ship . . . named athlete of the week in win over Seton Hall 
by Newark Star Ledger . . . won Brian Piccolo award in 
high . . . hobbies include music and weightlifting . . . 
born in Belleville, New Jersey 

RICHARD PETITBON(54) 

6-3, 233 (8/3/64) Fr., Vienna, Virginia 

Backup left inside linebacker in spring 
. . . bench presses 335 pounds . . . red- 
shirted last fall . . . from Madison 
High where he was first team all- 
district linebacker in football . . . 
sprinter on track team in high . . . 
father is defensive coordinator for 
Redskins . . . born in New Orleans 
. . . MAJOR — Business 

FRANK MICHAEL REICH (14) "Frank" 
6-4, 210 (12/4/61) Sr., Lebanon, Pennsylvania 

^^^^ Led Terps to 1 3-7 win over nationally 

fc Bk ranked Pittsburgh in first start of 

J| H career when Boomer was injured . . . 

^^T~^Sr came on in second quarter to finish 

Florida Citrus game again when his 
roommate Boomer was injured . . . 
played but did not letter on Aloha 
Bowl team throwing only three passes 
and completing two . . . threw 38 
passes with 22 completions for 241 yards and one 
touchdown last fall . . . completion percentage of .579 . . . 
added 192 yards on 14 of 22 passes in Florida Citrus Bowl 
against Tennessee . . . redshirted in '81 after playing for 
junior varsity in '80 . . . captained the football and base- 
ball teams at Cedar Crest High . . . lettered twice each 
along with a pair of letters in basketball . . . all-league, 
all-county, and "back of the year" as a quarterback at 
Cedar Crest . . . father played football at Penn State and 
captained the Nittany Lions . . . younger brother Joe 
plays football, baseball, and basketball and sister played 
field hockey . . . threw winning touchdown pass in closing 
seconds of a game in high for a 13-10 win as most 
memorable moment in sports . . . ACC honor roll student 
the past four years . bench presses 3 1 5 pounds . . . born 
in Freeport, New York . . . MAJOR finance 







TROY REYNOLDS 

6-0, 182 (3/5/65) Fr., Upper Marlboro, Maryland 

Defensive right halfback in spring . . . 
redshirt freshman as a walk-on from 
Surrattsville High . . . bench presses 
315 pounds with good quickness . . . 
captained football team . . . three let- 
ters in football . . . four letters in 
track . . . born in Edinburgh, Scot- 
land . . . MAJOR — Engineering 



TERRY ALAN RIDGLEY (26) "Terry" 

5-10, 190 (6/12/63) Jr., Gaithersburg, Maryland 

Defensive safety in spring after work- 
ing at halfback . . . letterman half- 
back on Aloha Bowl team . . . red- 
shirted last fall . . . had one tackle on 
defense and one on specialty teams as 
letterman . . . played on junior var- 
sity as freshman . . . split end and 
defensive back for Seneca Valley High 
for two years where he also ran track 
for three years . . . named best receiver on football team 
in high . . . best jumper on track team and leading scorer 
on indoor track team . . . captained the footbll team . . . 
on two state class A championship teams . . . state triple 
jump champion in track . . . caught a school record 80 
yard td pass against Rockville . . . born in Bethesda. 
Maryland . . . MAJOR— Law Enforcement 

WILLIAM ROGERS (82) "Bill" 

6-3, 240 (7/1/62) Sr„ Vienna, Virginia 

Tight end transfer from Navy and 
Georgia Tech . . . lettered on Florida 
Citrus Bowl team with 16 receptions 
for 2 1 3 yards and one touchdown, td 
was winning score of 43 yards from 
Boomer against Vanderbilt . . . added 
three catches for 47 yards against 
Tennessee in Florida Citrus game . . . 
bench presses 350 pounds . . . has 
good quickness and hands for tight end ... at Georgia 
Tech in'80 and scored his first collegiate td against 
Navy . . . then transferred to Navy . . . captained football, 
basketball and track teams at Marshall High . . . born in 
Silver Spring. Maryland . . . MAJOR Business Trans- 
portation 

JON ERIC SABROWSKI (58) "Jon" 

6-2, 225 (10/2/64) Soph., Stamford, Connecticut 

Inside left linebacker ... on Aloha 
Bowl team but did not letter . . . red- 
shirted last fall . . . bench presses 325 
pounds . . . from Stamford Catholic 
High . . . all-county and all-area as 
tight end and linebacker in high . . . 
scored on 64 yard pass to tie Mc- 
Mahon in high and blocked what 
would have been the winning point in 
the game for a 12-12 tie . . . born in Stamford 





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IOM S\l I \l \M \( ( III \ 

6-2, 213 (9/8/63) Soph.. I ;isi Meadow, 



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Inside righl linebacker in spring as a 
redshirl sophomore . . . bench presses 
305 . . from cast Meadow High . . . 
M VIOK Kinesiology 



M \l / \( HR\ SAMPSON (75) 

6-3, 262 (8/22/64) Soph., Yorktown Heights, New York 

Defensive left guard in spring behind 
I bm Parker . . . bench presses over 
350 pounds . . . came to Maryland 
from Yorktown High where he cap- 
tained the football and lacrosse 
teams and also wrestled . . . plays the 
cello and trumpet . . . played on 
county championships in both foot- 
ball and lacrosse and second in state 
. won championship football game 7-0 in 
m honor roll list for spring semester at 
. bom in New York City . . . MAJOR- 




in lacrosse 
overtime . 
Maryland 

Business 




SCOTT BRIAN SCHANKWEILER (30) 

5-11, 219 (10/15/63) Jr., (amp Hill, Pennsylvania 

Starting outside linebacker (left end) 
in spring . . . bench presses over 355 
pounds . . . had 32 tackles last fall 
including 12 on the specialty teams 
. . . was named the outstanding 
special teams performer in '83 . . . de- 
'O^kHTjI^^f tensive halfback as a freshman and 
• *TJ redshirted in '82 . . . earned seven let- 

ters at Cedar Cliff High with three in 
football and two each in basketball and track ... as a 
two-year starter at quarterback and defensive safety he 
led Cedar Cliff to a 19-1 record . . . during the two years 
he completed I 10 of 216 passes for 1.573 yards and 20 
touchdowns ... he averaged 8.5 yards on 103 rushing 
attempts and scored nine touchdowns ... he also ac- 
counted for 58 individual tackles and had 1 1 pass 
interceptions ... he was a Patriot-News Blue Clipper . . . 
APand I' PI first team all-state on defense and honorable 
mention as a quarterback . . . AAA defensive player of 
the sear . . . named to the East squad for the Sertoma 
Keystone Classic . . . captained the Cedar Cliff football 
team in '80 . . . born in Sunbury . . . MAJOR-Business 

EDDIE SCHl LTZ (68) 

6-0, 220 (7/26/63) Sr., Vienna, Virginia 

Defensive guard on Citrus Bowl team 
and handled snapping chores when 
Eric Wilson suffered a hand injury . . . 
snapper in spring and concentrating 
on snaps this fall . . . had two tackles 
for Aloha Bow 1 team and four for the 
Citrus Bowl squad ... all four last 
fall were on specialty teams . . . had 
an eight-yard quarterback sack as a 




sopnhmiiic MA.IOR-(io\crnmcnl and Politics 



SI \\ \ \l (,ll\ S( Oil (^1) 

6-1, 204 (4/10/60) Fr., Pacifica, ( alifornia 

C Outside linebacker . . . redshirted in 

^ '83 . . , came to Maryland from Rior- 

dan High . . . defensive tackle in high 
. . . forward in basketball and triple 
and high jumper on track team . . . 
captained the track team... imp. 
best senior athlete and best lineman 
along with outstanding athlete award 
"" in senioi \eai bom in Wa King 

ton. D.C. . . . MAJOR-Business and Nuance 



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si I IMION SCRIBER (45) 

6-3, 220 (11/13/64) Soph., Hollywood, Maryland 

fullback . . . runningback on Aloha 
^^^\ Bow 1 team and redshirted last fall . . . 

\-z* p had a fine spring as fullback . . . 

bench pressed 335 pounds . . . car- 
ried 10 times as a freshman with two 
pass receptions . . . born in Leonard- 
town . . . MA.IOR-l'ndecided 



JAMES A. SHALJIAN (95) 

6-5, 245 (2/7/65) Fr., Coram, New York 





won 14-12 
Business 



Defensive right tackle . . . came to 
Maryland from Longwood High 
where he was a tight end and defen- 
sive end with mvp and all-league 
honors . . . captained the football team 
in high and was a shot put and discus 
champion on the track team . . . 
captained the team in the north- 
south all-star game as his north team 
born in Wavne, New Jersev . . . MAJOR- 



MICHAEL R. SHINER (31) 

5-10, 199 (12/20/63) Soph.. Myerstown, Pennsylvania 

Runningback from Eastern Lebanon 
Counts High . . . transfer from Ken- 
tucky . . . father established many 
passing records for Terps as a quarter- 
back 1961-63 . . . and spent a dozen 
years in the NFL as a quarterback . . . 
brother Joe is a baseball player at 
Millersville . . . all-state and big 33 in 
football in high and all-state as a 
third baseman in baseball . . . rushed for 250 yards with 
two touchdowns in one game in high against Lancaster 
Catholic and had six tackles with two assists in big 33 
all-star game . . . captained the baseball and football 
teams . . . born in Lebanon . . . MAJOR-Radio and 
Television 




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RICHARD DEAN SHIRE (36) 

5-10, 203 (11/7/64) Fr., Pikesville, Maryland 

Fullback . . . from Calvert Hall in 
Baltimore . . . running back and mvp 
in high and midfielder and defense- 
man in lacrosse . . . bench presses over 
310 pounds . . . captained the foot- 
ball team and named the Evening 
Sun and News American player of 
the year . . . also player of the year by 
Quarterback Club . . . first team all- 
met, two years ... on championship team two years . . . 
scored five touchdowns against Baltimore Poly . . . 
MAJOR-Undecided 

JOHN EDWARD SORNA (78) 

6-5, 280 (11/22/64) Fr., McKeesport, Pennsylvania 

^^^ Offensive right tackle . . . redshirted 

^^^^% last fall offensive and defensive 

m J* m tackle for Elizabeth-Forward High 

earning three football letters . . . AAA 
all-star . . . also wrestled two years 
and handled the weight chores on the 
track team two years . . . born in Bain- 
bridge, Maryland . . . MAJOR-Recre- 
ation 

ROBERT ALAN STERLING 

6-3, 272 (8/23/64) Fr., Waldorf, Maryland 

Offensive left tackle from Thomas 
Stone High . . . lettered two years as 
an offensive and defensive lineman in 
high . . . three years as the weight 
man on the track team and once as 
the heavyweight on the wrestling team 
. . . in state championship game in "81 
and semi-finalist in '82 . . . attended 
Widener University 1982-83 . . . born 
in St. Petersburg, Florida . . . MAJOR-Business 

JAIME RAFAEL SUAREZ "Jaime" 

6-2, 184 (11/23/62) Sr., Aguadilla, Puerto Rico 

« Wide receiver . . . played on the Aloha 

Bowl team as a walk-on . . . came to 
Maryland from Colegio San Carlos 
High where he was a guard in basket- 
ball, captained the golf and vollyball 
r ^tM^r^ teams, and was on championship 
teams in golf and track . . . born in 
Aguadilla . . . M AJOR-Pre-Med 



SEAN MERCTER SULLIVAN (89) 

6-1, 199 (10/25/63) Soph., Media, Pennsylvania 

^^^l Wide receiver . . . caught five touch- 

^^9^S dow n [lasses from Boomei 1 siason as 

^ -^ w a redshirt fresl man on the Florida 

Citrus Bowl team . . . had 15 receip- 
tions for 217 yards and one carry on 
an end around for 17 yards . . . came 
to Maryland from Cardinal O'Hara High 
where he was a punter, wide receiver 
and defensive back . . . centerfielder 







in baseball and halfback on the soccer team in high . . . 
first team all-state and prep ail-American in football in 
high ... on championship team in Philadelphia Catholic 
League in football and baseball . . . played in the Dela- 
ware County all-star game in football and Philadelphia 
all-star game in baseball . . . MAJOR-Journalism 

DANIEL BRIAN SWINGLE (17) "Dan" 
5-10, 185 (8/20/65) Fr., Mars, Pennsylvnia 

a Safety on the second unit after spring 

practice . . . redshirt freshman who 
bench presses over 305 pounds . . . 
quarterback, safety and runningback 
at Seneca Valley High where he was a 
first team all-state selection . . . earned 
three letters in football and four in 
track where he ran the 100, 200 and 
400 and was named the mvp . . . cap- 
tained the football team one year and the track team three 
years . . . threw a touchdown pass to beat Chertiers 
Valley 7-6 while in high . . . born in Medina. Ohio . . . 
MAJOR — Business 

GREGORY LEE THOMPSON (50) "Greg" 
6-1, 265 (8/30/61) Sr., Alexandria, Virginia 

^_-«» Defensive guard and letterman on 

^^^^^ the Florida Citrus Bowl team has 

Jf ~ *-f started some games . . . had 44 tackles 

^ jj_ last fall with three quarterback sacks 

. «>■ S^^^fc>. and four tackles in the back held foi 
l^',' j 1 minus 22 yards . . . did not letter but 

had four tackles on the Aloha Bowl 
^W _ team in '82 . . . redshirted in '81 . . . 
^^* ^^* ™ offensive and defensive guard at Fort 
Hunt High where he lettered three times in football with 
all-regional honors and tw ice in baseball as a pitcher with 
all-district honors . . . most valuable lineman in high . . . 
on district championship team that beat previously 
undefeated Mt. Vernon for title . . . captained the foot- 
ball team at Fort Hunt . . . born in Alexandria . . . 
MAJOR-Economics 



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WILLIAM GARY TRIPLETT (66) "Bill" 

6-4, 257 (12/8/62) Jr., Doylestown, Pennsylvania 

Offensive left guard behind Greg 

Harraka . . . transfer from Naval 

Academy where he spent one and a 

half years . . . offensive and defensive 

V tackle at C.B. West High where he 

_ •^^^ ^__ won a "-state honors and was in the 

-T" ^"^^ tmal l() lor Philadelphia athlete of 

jO ^^ W\ the yeai honors national cham- 

^^^^^^-■^^* pion in wrestling and member of 

junior Olympic team that traveled to Japan . . . first in 

Olympic regional trials and had 33-1 record in senior year 

with 18 pins . . captained the football team that was 

number one in the state and number two in the nation . . . 

four years on championship wrestling team and two 

football titles in his three years on the team . . . won final 

game of his high school career as they scored with six 

seconds left to capture the league and state title . . . played 

in the Bux-mont all-star game and the Seratoma Classic 



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111 high . . . bo 1 11 in Winchester, Massachusetts 
MAJOR-Business 



SCOTT TYE (56) 

6-4, 250 (2/4/63) Jr., Laurel, Maryland 

Defensive tackle . . . lettered on the 

Aloha Bowl team . . . medical hard- 
ship last fall with knee injury . . . 
joined team as a walk-on and earned 
scholarship . . . offensive guard on 
Aloha Bowl team . , . moved to defense 
^V^^k I El m spring of '83 . . . had two tackles 

^M \ \ dxl on s P caa ' 1 > teams List tall before 
^^^^^™ ^^^^ injury . . . bench presses 405 pounds 
. . . MA.IOR-l.au I nlorcemcnt Government and Politics 



WALTER ALAN TYE "Chip" 

6-1, 185 (11/27/63) Soph., laurel, Maryland 

^^^. Safety walk-on . . . brother Scott 

jy * v\ joined team as walk-on and earned 

W^„ .* scholarship . . . tight end and defen- 

\ — sue back at Laurel High where he 

played for Pat Baker . . . born in 

[^ Iakoma Park . . . MAJOR-Business 






KENNETH FRANK VIERRA (6) "Ken" 
6-1, 180 (5/4/63) Jr., Holladay, Utah 

^^^ Joined Terps as a quarterback trans- 

W^^k fer from University of Utah . . . father 

|J & «T played at Utah and brother Doug 

\ ^1 played at Santa Clara . . . quarter- 

back at Judge Memorial Catholic 
High where he won all-state honors 
in both football and basketball with 
three letters in each sport . . . cap- 
tained both teams and was on state 
championship team in basketball ... in '82 he ranked 
second to Steve Young of B Y U in passing efficiency in the 
W AC and ninth in the nation ... he completed 85 of 1 66 
passes for 1.315 yards with only five interceptions, the 
best interception percentage in the WAC ... his touch- 
down percentage 7.83 led the league by wide margin as he 
threw 13 ... he also scored one touchdown while playing 
in 10 games . . . born in Hay ward, California . . . 
MAJOR-Psychology 

DONALD KEVIN WAKSMUNSKI "Don" 

6-2. 215 (12/30/64) Fr., Severna Park, Maryland 

Outside linebacker (defensive right 
end) in spring as a redshirt walk- 
on. . . from Severna Park High 
where he was a defensive end for two 
years and earned all-county honors . . . 
his mother is a Mar\ land graduate . . . 
younger brother Bruce played foot- 
ball and basdketball for Severna Park 
High . . . bench presses nearly 300 
pounds . . . born in Baltimore . . . MAJOR-Engineering 




H\l<m DAN \\ \SI I I SKI (III) "BarrC" 

6-1, 180 (12/28/62) Jr.. Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvnia 

r* Quarterback candidate who entered 

^ m 1981 and redshirted in '82. . . has 

I nol lettered . . quarterbacked the 

j. junior varsity as a freshman... 

- v^-k played three years as a quarterback at 

; »^v Meyers High and two years as a 
forward on the basketball team . . . 
»jJ/L/~~ \ /~ v i I II s ' team all-state by both AP and 
^^^ - UPI . . . big 33 selection ... during 

three years with varsity did not have a fumble on snap 
from center . . . high school all-American ... in senior 
year passed lor 2.1 13 yards and rushed for 301 lor total 
offense of 2.414 . . . averaged 8.3 yards a carry and hit 66 
percent of his passes with 178 Of 271 ... IX touchdown 
passes and scored four rushing . . . averaged ^comple- 
tions a game . . . for high school career passed for 3,864 
yards, rushed for 447 with a total offense of 4.31 I ... hit 
on 317 of 500 passes for 63.4 percent and threw 39 td 
passes . . . scored nine touchdowns . . . captained the foot- 
ball and basketball teams . . . born in Wilkes-Berre . . . 
MAJOR-Busmess 



ERIC WENDELL WILSON (55) "Eric" 

6-2, 248 (10/17/62) Sr., Charlottesville, Virginia 

Co-captain . . . inside linebacker and 
three-year letterman . . . lettered as a 
freshman . . . all-American candidate 
after outstanding year as all-ACC 
selection by both the ACSWA and 
AP . . . three times ACC player of the 
week in '83 ... led Terp defense with 
180 tackles including two on spe- 
cialty teams after making the deep 
had four quarterback sacks and 1 1 
tackles in the backfield for minus 35 yards . . . had one 
interception for 42 yards . . . made interception against 
Ben Bennett of Duke enroute to player of week honors . . . 
had 27 tackles against Pittsburgh as Terps won 13- 
7 . . . Pittburgh had 77 offensive plays in the game 
including 50 rushing plays . . . had 25 tackles against 
Wake Forest as Terps won 36-33 and the Deacons had 
only 38 rushing plays ... he also had 19 tackles against 
North Carolina and 18 against Clemson ... he was 
downfield to make the tackles on punts against Pitts- 
burgh and Auburn after making the snap ... he has 323 
career tackles, tw o interceptions for 47 yards, 1 5 tackles in 
the backfield for minus 48 yards and eight tackles for no 
gain . . . bench presses 320 pounds . . . had 98 tackles for 
the Aloha Bowl team with a quarterback sack and six 
tackles for no gain . . . had four tackles in Aloha Bowl 
game and 17 tackles in the Florida Citrus Bowl game 
against Tennessee . . . also had one interception and 
broke up a pass in Citrus Bowl . . . had 45 tackles as a 
freshman in 1 1 games w ith one interception . . . joined his 
brother Mark at Maryland in '81 ...high school all- 
American at Charlottesville High . . . two years all-state 
and three years all-district and all-central Virginia . . . 
linebacker for four years in high . . . basketball forward 
for four years and one year on the track team . . . cap- 
tained the football and basketball teams in high . . . first 




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Charlottesville High player to have his jersey retired . . . 
born in Charlottesville . . . MAJOR-Radio and Tele- 



DARRYL EDWARD WRIGHT 

6-2, 175 (5/11/65) Fr., Lanham, Maryland 

Walk-on punter . . . redshirted in '83 . . . from DeMatha 
Catholic High . . . punter and placekicker for DeMatha 
for three years and two years as a baseball pitcher . . . cap- 
tained the baseball team . . . all-met. . . . Catholic ail- 
American and on Pigskin Club Golden Eleven in high . . . 
all-met. in baseball ... on championship football team 
winning title over Gonzaga . . . born in Cheverly . . . 
MAJOR-Computer Science 




MARYLAND 



INCOMING SCHOLARSHIP FRESHMEN 

FALL 1984 



NAME 

Brian Bixler 
Leon Bray 
Wayne Brunson 
Keith Bullock 
Kevin Bullock 
Matt D'Amico 
Ben Jefferson 
Vernon Joines 
John Keister 
Drew Komlo 
Carl Morton 
Richard Nelson 
Warren Powers 
Blaine Rose 
John Rugg 
Chad Sydnor 
Dolph Tokarczyk 
Kevin Walker 
Ed Walsh, Jr. 



POS 


HGT 


WGT 


DL 


6-4 


250 


RB-DB 


6-0 


185 


DL 


6-4 


246 


FB 


6-1 


209 


OLB 


6-1 


210 


LB 


6-2 


235 


OL 


6-9 


295 


WR 


6-2 


180 


OL 


6-3 


280 


QB 


6-5 


205 


RB 


6-3 


193 


DL 


6-5 


242 


DL 


6-6 


238 


TE 


6-5 


215 


C 


6-3 


250 


DB 


5-11 


170 


TE 


6-4 


215 


RB 


6-2 


215 


OL 


6-6 


250 



BIRTH 

DATE HOMETOWN 

12/15/65 Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania 

9/14/66 McKeesport, Pennsylvania 

4/22/66 Mt.Vernon, New York 

7/ 12/66 Berlin, New Jersey 

7/ 12/66 Berlin, New Jersey 

6/9/65 Potomac, Maryland 

1/15/66 New Rochelle, New York 

6/20/65 Baltimore, Maryland 

9/16/65 Uniontown, Ohio 

11/13/65 College Park, Maryland 

2/6/66 Salisbury, Maryland 

6/6/66 East Rockaway, New York 

2/4/65 Baltimore, Maryland 

7/13/66 Hammondsville, Ohio 

4/2/66 Mill Run, Pennsylvania 

12/17/65 Rosemont, Pennsylvania 

9/12/65 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

1 2/ 24/ 65 West Milford, New Jersey 

1/26/66 East Islip, New York 



BRIAN LOREN BIXLER "Brian" 

6-4, 250 (12/15/65) Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania 

Defensive line candidate . . . from Cedar Cliff High where 
he captained the football team as a defensive end and tight 
end . . . earned three letters in football . . . Adidas and 
Parade All-American and all-state . . . born in Fort Orde, 
California. 

LEON HENSON BRAY "Leon" 

6-0, 185 (1/14/66) McKeesport, Pennsylvania 

Runningback or defensive back candidate . . . captained 



the football team at McKeesport High where he lettered 
three times as a quarterback, tailback and free safety . . . 
also played basketball . . . was named the Daily News 
mvp of the year in high ... he has two brothers and six 
sisters but is the only athlete in the family . . . born in 
McKeesport. 

WAYNE VINCENT BRLNSON "Wayne" 
6-4, 246 (4/22/66) Mt. Vernon, New York 
Defensive line candidate . . . captained the conference 
championship football team at Mt. Vernon High as a 



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defensive end and offensive tackle . . . earned three letters 
in football along with first team all-state honors . . also 
lettered in basketball , . . scored the Inst touchdown oi 
the season in his senior year when he picked upa blocked 
punt and ran it in from his defensive end position . . . older 
brother Greg is a basketball player ... born in New 
Rochelle, New York. 

KEITH BULLOCK 

6-1, 209(7/12/66) Berlin, New Jersej 

Fullback candidate who comes to Maryland from Fdge- 
wood High along with his twin brother Kevin ... co- 
captain of high school team with his brother . . . halfback 
and nose guard in high . . . ran hurdles on track team 
winning national championship in 1982 AAU Junior 
Olympic age group . . . his shuttle hurdle relay team was 
ranked fourth in the nation . . . four brothers and three 
sisters with all athletes . . . born in Camden. 

KEVIN Bl'LLOCK 

6-1, 210 (7/12/66) Berlin, New Jersey 

Outside linebacker candidate after playing fullback and 
defensive end at Edgewood High . . . co-captain of the 
football team along with his twin brother Keith who is 
also joining the Terps as a fullback candidate . . . all- 
conference honors in football, basketball and track . . . 
handled the weight chores on the track team along with 
the javelin throw . . . four brothers and three sisters are all 
athletes . . . on state championship track team in '83 . . . 
born in Camden. 

MATTHEW WILLIAM D'AMICO 

6-2, 235 (6/9/65) Potomac, Maryland 

Linebacker candidate from Fork Union Military 
Academy and T. S. Wootton High . . . tackle in high . . . 
captained both the Wootton and Fork Union football 
teams . . . defensive player of the week honors in high . . . 
older brother David attended Maryland in'78 and played 
football for Ithaca College . . . sister Melissa attended 
Maryland in '80-'81 . . . credits year at Fork Union with 
preparing him for Maryland football . . . born in Boston. 
Massachusetts. 

WILLIAM BENJAMIN JEFFERSON "Ben" 
6-9, 295 (1/15/66) New Rochelle, New York 

Offensive line candidate from New Rochelle High where 
he captained both the football and basketball teams and 
handled the shot put chores on the track team . . . lettered 
three times each in football and basketball with Ail- 
American honors in football and all league honors in 
basketball . . . all-district honors in track . . . born in New 
Rochelle and plans to major in special education. 

VERNON WILLIS JOINES "Vernon" 
6-2, 180 (6/20/65) Baltimore, Maryland 

Wide receiver candidate from Southwestern High . . . 
earned three letters each in football, basketball and track 
in high . . . split end and safety in football and sprinter on 
the track team . . . all-met in football . . . mvp in basket- 
ball . . . won pole vault title in MSA and both high jump 
and 110 hurdles in state classic ... had a 99-yard td 
reception against Carver in high . . . born in Charlotte. 
North Carolina and plans to major in computer science. 



JOHN LeROY KEISTER "John" 

6-3, 280 (9/16/65) I niontown, Ohio 

Offensive line candidate ... offensive tackle for St. 
Vincent St. Marys in his senior year . . . attended lake 
High Ins In si three years . . . all-state offensive tackle as a 
senior and all conference defensive tackle as a sophomore 
and junior . . . best offensive lineman as senior . . . 
wrestled two years ... on championship football team in 
1981, '82and"'83 . . . born in Dayton. 

ROBERT ANDREW KOMLO "Drew" 

6-5, 205 (11/13/65) College Park, Maryland 

Quarterback candidate from DeMatha Catholic . . . 
captained the football and basketball teams while achiev- 
ing Ail-American honors in both sports ... on city cham- 
pionship team three years beating Dunbar, Spigarn and 
Dunbar in title games . . . brother Jeff quarterbacked 
Delaware in college and has been in the NFL since . . . 
also has two sisters, father played football at Maryland 
and sister also attended Maryland . . . born in Silver 
Spring. Maryland. 

CARL MORTON 

6-3, 193 (2/6/66) Salisbury, Maryland 

Runningback from J.M.B. High where he captained the 
football team to the state championship in '83 over 
Poolesville. He was also on the state championship team 
in '82 beating Oakland Mills . . . twice the mvp in football 
as he earned three letters . . . also three-year letterman in 
track and twice in basketball ... on state championship 
track team . . . brother Craig also plays football and 
basketball . . . born in Salisbury. 

RICHARD G. NELSON "Rich" 

6-5, 242 (6/6/66) East Rockaway, New York 

Defensive line candidate from East Rockaway High 
where he captained the football and track teams . . . two- 
year letterman in football as an offensive and defensive 
tackle . . . weight man on the track team where he also ran 
on the relay team and earned three letters . . . played in 
the all-star football game in high . . . has twin sisters 
playing basketball along with another sister all younger, 
and a younger brother . . . hobbies include waterskiing 
and vveightlifting . . . born in Long Island. 

WARREN POWERS 

6-6, 238 (2/4/65) Baltimore, Maryland 

Defensive line candidate from Edmoundson High. 
Captained the '83 Edmoundson team and was on the city 
championship in both '81 and '82 when they beat Dunbar 
for the city championship ... he had five sacks in the '82 
championship game as a defensive end . . . all-met. selec- 
tion . . . played for the MSA all-stars . . . youngest of five 
children with four brothers and a sister but only athlete in 
the family . . . born in Baltimore. 

CURTIS BLAINE ROSE "Blaine " 
6-5, 215(7/13/66) Hammondsville. Ohio 

Tight end candidate from Stanton High w here he earned 
four letters in football, three each in basketball and 
track . . . all-conference and all-area in football and basket- 
ball and E.L. athlete of the vear in track . . . won the state 



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title in pole vault and discus and also high jumped . . . 
born in East Liverpool. 

JOHN WESSLEY RUGG, Jr. "John" 
6-3, 250 (4/2/66) Mill Run, Pennsylvania 

Offensive center candidate from Connellsville Area High 
where he captained the football team as an offensive and 
defensive tackle . . . all-state, and on PA's finest 44 . . . 
president of National Honor Society and D. A.R. citizen- 
ship award winner ... on co-championship team of 
quad-a-eastern division in both '82 and '83 . . . only 
conference championships in school's history . . . born in 
Connellsville . . . MAJOR-Engineering 

CHAD F. SYDNOR 

5-11, 170 (12/17/65) Rosemont, Pennsylvania 

Defensive back candidate who captained the Radnor 
High team and was accorded all-state honors in football 
and all-delco honors in track . . . sprinter on track team 
. . . although defensive back now lists most memorable 
moment as catching 72-yard touchdown pass on opening 
play of a game . . . three brothers and a sister with 
brothers Willie and Curtis both athletes. Chris is a junior 
defensive back at Penn State . . . born in Bryn Mawr. 

DOLPH MICHAEL TOKARCZYK 

6-4, 215 (9/12/65) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Tight end candidate . . . played both offense and defense 
at The Episcopal Academy where he earned three letters 
each in basketball and track and four in football . . . three 
year starter in football where he led the team in tackles 
and pass receiving yards . . . co-captain of football team 
in high with all-interac, all main-line and all-city honors 
two years . . . Daily News all-city and all-area and In- 
quirer all-city honors ... his mile relay team placed 
second in the Penn relays . . . won the Philadelphia 
Markward Award in basketball . . . captained the basket- 
ball team also with all-interac, all main-line honors two 
years each . . . all-comcast honors in both football and 
basketball as a senior . . . plans to major in mathematics 
and computer science. 

KEVIN P. WALKER 

6-2, 215 (12/24/65) West Milford, New Jersey 

Runningback candidate from West Milford Township 
High where he captained the football team, was the 
school's all-time leading ground gainer and mvp . . . class 
president for four years . . . three letters in football as a 
runningback, safety and kicker . . . all-area honors . . .- 
also two letters in basketball and two in baseball . . . pitcher 
and outfielder in baseball with all-conference honors . . . 
brother Robert plays football at Southern Connecticut 
and sister Tonya runs track in high school . . . brother 
Shannon, 13, plays football, basketball and baseball . . . 
born in Denville. 

EDWARD MARTIN WALSH, Jr. "Ed" 
6-6, 250 (1/26/66) East Islip, New York 

Offensive line candidate . . . offensive tackle and mvp at 
East Islip High . . . all-conference in both football and 
basketball . . . born in Brooklyn . . . plans to major in law 
enforcement. 



Athletic Department 

STAFF 

Mailing Address: Box 295 

College Park, Maryland 
20740 - 0295 

Telephone: AREA CODE (301) 

ADMINISTRATION 

OFFICE HOME 

Athletic Director— Richard "Dick" Dull 454-4705 Unlisted 

Associate AD— Randy Hoffman 454-4705 Unlisted 

Associate AD— Frank Gray 454-2641 262-4590 

Associate AD— Robert Stumpff 454-6562 725-1533 

Assistant AD— Jack Zane 864-4076 322-3265 

Assistant AD— Gothard Lane 454-5854 535-0852 

Assistant to AD— Deborah Russell 454-8691 262-3310 

Assistant to AD— Lisa Papa 454-5854 Unlisted 

Act. Marketing Dir., — Alex Isherwood 454-4687 

Asst. Dir. Operations— Jack Jackson 454-3332 725-4832 

Faculty Chairman— Dr. Charles A. Taff 454-5710 277-3460 

Business Manager — Jeff Hathaway 454-6549 

Ticket Manager— Eloise Tilley 454-2121 766-3010 

Academic Coordinator — Jim Dietsch 454-2485 498-5474 

Academic Coordinator— Jim Wright 454-7421 345-4271 

Ed. Foundation-Col. Tom Fields 454-4562 277-5594 

M Club— Al Heagv 454-5158 345-3957 

Director of Golf— William "Spider" Fry 454-2131 434-3784 

Band Director — L. Richmond Sparks 454-6803 

Strength Conditioning— Frank Costello 454-6685 445-1786 

COACHES - MEN 

Baseball— Jack Jackson 454-4041 725-4832 

Basketball— Charles G. Driesell 454-2126 Unlisted 

Crosscountry — Charles Torpey 454-4816 

Football— Bobby Ross 454-2125 422-4785 

Golf— Fred Funk 454-2131 935-6494 

Lacrosse— Dick Edell 454-4328 442-5585 

Soccer— Joe Grimaldi 454-6907 946-8867 

Swimming— Charles Hoffman 454-2756 431-1170 

Tennis— Robert Goeltz 454-4136 977-7813 

Track— Stan Pitts 454-4816(717) 794-2918 

Wrestling— John McHugh 454-2652 530-1553 

COACHES - WOMEN 

Basketball— Chris Weller 454-5939 Unlisted 

Crosscountry — Charles Torpey 454-4816 

Field Hockey— Sue Tyler 454-5970 794-9491 

Gymnastics— Bob Nelligan 454-7422 937-9253 

Lacrosse— Sue Tyler 454-5970 794-9491 

Swimming— Charles Hoffman 454-2756 431-1170 

Tennis— Robert Goeltz 454-4136 977-7813 

Track— Stan Pitts 454-4816(717)794-2918 

Volleyball — Barbara Drum 454-3090 345-8710 

STAFF 

Trainer John . I. Bush 454-4819 699-0039 

Assistant Trainers— Jim Weir 454-4819 431-6991 

—Sandy Worth 454-7418 345-4821 

—Frank Grimaldi 454-4819 577-1054 

Equipment Managers — Ron Fulton 454-2127 

-Lee Kloskey 454-2127 

—Todd Goodman 454-4817 

Stadium Grounds Lindy Kehoe 454-2822 

"Bunk" Carter .. 454-2825 

SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE 

Director— Jack Zane 864-4076 322-3265 

Assistant-Joe Blair 454-2123 589-6883 

Assistant— Ste\e Rear 454-2123 

Secretary Iherese Ryan 454-2123 



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TERRAPIN PRESEASON DEPTH CHART 

( ) Denotes Letters lamed 

OFFENSE: Multiple Pro 

SE si I ne Holder, Ji .5-1 I. 193(1); 87 Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, Fr., 6-0, 197; 86 Greg Harrell, Sr. 6-4, 215 

I I 72 Tony Edwards, Jr. 6-6, 270(1); 69 Bill Hughes, I r., 6-4. 2X7 

LG 57 Greg Harraka, Sr., 6-2, 266 (2); 66 Bill Triplet:, Jr. 6-4, 257 

C 70 Kevin Glover, Sr. 6-2. 262 (2); 76 Brian Conroy, Sr. 6-2. 269; 52 John Perna, Fr. 6-2, 259 

RG 63 Len Lynch, Jr. 6-3, 276 (2); 71 Chris Igus, Sr. 6-0, 280(1); 64 Carl Bond, Jr. 6-1. 258 

R I 62 Jefi Holinka, Jr. 6-3, 273 (I); 73 John Maarleveld, Jr. 6-6. 301; 78 John Soma, Fr. 6-5. 280 

TE 85 Chris Knight. Sr. 6-5. 237(1); 82 Bill Rogers, Sr. 6-3. 240 ( I ); 88 Ron Fazio, Sr. 6-5, 237 (2) 

WR 4 dreg Hill. Sr. 5-1 1. 165(2); 89 Sean Sullivan, Soph. 6- 1. 199 ( 1 ) 

RB 33 Alvm Blount. Soph. 6-0. 201 (1); 48 Tommy Ncal, Soph. 5-10, 203(1); 39 Doug Burmeister. Sr. 6-2. 213 

FB 40 Rick Badanjek, Jr. 5-9. 223 (2); 45 Stephon Scriber, Soph. 6-3. 220; 36 Richard Shure, Fr. 5-10, 203 

QB 14 Frank Reich, Sr. 6-4, 210(1); 8 Stan Gelbaugh, Jr. 6-3, 196; 6 Ken Vierra, Jr. 6-1, 180 



DEFENSE: Wide Tackle Six 

LE 30 Scott Schankweiler, Jr. 5-11,219(1); 60 O'Brien Alston. Fr. 6-5, 216; 59 Terry Burke, Soph. 6-2, 211 (1) 

LT 92 Tom Me Hale. Jr. 6-4. 260 (1); 96 Ted Chapman, Soph. 6-3. 240; 79 Kim Brown, Jr. 6-4, 251 

LG 83 Bruce Mesner, Soph. 6-6, 276(1); 50 Greg Thompson, Sr. 6-0, 265 ( 1); 99 Bob Arnold, Fr. 6-3, 242 

RG 91 Join Parker, Soph. 6-2, 280 ( 1 ); 75 Neal Sampson, Soph. 6-3, 262; 67 Rob Klein, Fr. 6-3, 265 

R I 98 Duane Dunham, Fr. 6-2, 245; 77 Dave Amend. Fr. 6-3. 250; 95 James Shaljian. Fr. 6-5. 245 

RE 47 Kevin Donas, Jr. 6-1. 213 (I); 53 Steve Kelly, Soph. 6-1. 225; 51 Sean Scott. Fr. 6-1. 204 

LLB 1 I Chuck Faucette, Soph. 6-2. 238 (1): 54 Richard Petitbon. Fr. 6-3. 233; 58 Jon Sabrowski, Soph. 6-2. 225 

RLB 55 Eric Wilson. Sr. 6-2. 248(3); 38 Bobby DePaul, Jr. 5-11, 229, (2); 42 Doug Cox. Sr. 6-1. 225 ( 1) 

LHB 3 Joe Kraus. Sr. 5-11. 179 (1); 1 Keeta Covington. Soph. 5-9. 186; 1 3 Lewis Askew. Soph. 5-10. 180 

RHB 29 Bob Gunderman. Sr. 5-1 1. 186 (2) 2 Donald Brown. 6-0. 192; 27 Gil Hoffman. Sr. 5-10. 176 (2) 

SAF 18 Al Covington. Jr. 6-0. 191 (2); 17 Danny Swingle. Fr. 5-10. 185; 43 Joe Bailey. Soph. 5-10, 183 



SPECIALISTS 

PK 90 Jess Atkinson. Sr. 5-10. 162 (3); 5 Ramon Parades. Soph. 5-7. 166 

27 



DEFENSIVE STATISTICS - 


- FINAL 1983 








Tackles 




Minus 


No 


QB 


Special 


Team ! 


Statistics 




Pos. 


Total 


First 


Asst. 


Plays 


Gain 


Sack 


Total 


First Hit Assist 


Wilson 


ILB 


178 


105 


73 


11-35 


2 


4 


2 


1 


1 


DePaul 


ILB 


104 


66 


38 


6-19 


1 


1 








Furman 


G 


103 


61 


42 


5-12 





2 








Koch 


T 


89 


46 


43 


3-13 


2 


2 








Baker 


OLB 


63 


33 


30 


5-26 


1 


3 








Gross 


OLB 


60 


38 


32 


7-34 


1 


4 








Baldwin 


B 


58 


45 


13 














Kraus 


SAF 


52 


34 


18 














Faucette 


ILB 


51 


23 


28 








1 





1 


McHale 


T 


49 


28 


21 


4-19 


2 


2 








Joyce 


T 


46 


23 


23 


2-18 


1 


2 








Thompson 


G 


44 


26 


18 


4-22 


1 


3 








Mesner 


T 


35 


20 


15 


5-27 


1 


3 








Jones 


B 


33 


20 


13 














Parker 


G 


32 


19 


13 


3-13 





1 








A. Covington 


SAF 


30 


19 


11 








5 


3 


2 


T. Burke 


ILB 


22 


16 


6 








2 


1 


1 


Schankweiler 


OLB 


20 


12 


8 


1-2 






12 


7 


5 


Sileo 


G 


12 


4 


8 














Hoffman 


B 


6 


6 











2 


2 





Kelly 


ILB 


6 


2 


4 








7 


4 


2 


Donas 


OLB 


3 


3 











1 


1 





Cox 


ILB 


3 


1 


2 








10 


5 


2 


Carter 


SAF 


1 


1 











12 


8 


4 


Renaldo 


T 


1 


1 





1-12 





1 


11 


7 


4 


Niederhelman 


ILB 


1 


1 





Brkovich 




FB 


13 


7 


6 












Gunderman 


B 


11 


4 


7 




NOTES 








S. Burke 




RB 


6 


5 


1 


Opponents have s 


tarted insic 


e the 20 16 times on 




Kronberg 




FB 


6 


1 


5 


Alan Sadlers punt 


ng. Opponents have returned 




Schultz 




G 


4 


2 


2 


only 23 of the 59 punts with 17 fair catches. 




K. Covingt 


on 


WR 


4 


2 


2 


Jess Atkinson has kicked off 
times, once to the two and 


into the end zone 31 
twice to the three. 




D'Atri 

Sadler 

Rogers 

S. Tye 

Atkinson 

Blount 




ILB 

P 
TE 

G 
PK 
RB 


3 
2 
2 
2 

2 
1 




2 

1 


3 


1 


Opponents have started out from the 20 (26 times) 






I 
1 


1 
1 


the eight, 11, 12 (twice), the 17, 18 (three times), 19 
(three times) and the 21 after Atkinson kickoffs. 






I 

2 
1 


1 





With Jess Atkinson having a bruised thigh 




Carpin 




OLB 


1 





1 


Ramon Parades kicked off si> 


; times 


into the end 




Bailey 




B 


1 





1 


zone against Wake Forest (At! 


.inson 


handled only 


the pi 


icekicking in 


the WF 


game. 








Blocked kicks by 


Terps inclu 


ded - 


punt by Scott Tye against Vande 


bilt, punt by Doug 


Cox against Pitts 


3urgh, field 


goal by Bob Gunde 


rman against Pitt; 


>burgh, PAT by Pete Koch against Wake Forest. 


















Z ^^^ 




















MARYLAND 













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1983 STATISTICS — 



Won X lost 3 



W ( Won 5 Lost (I 



Rushing 


GP 


AM. 


(lain 


lost 


Net 


Avg. 


TD 


LG Per Game 




High (lames 


Joyner 


1 1 


198 


937 


29 


90S 


4.6 


1 


21 82.6 


120 


(NCS) 1 16 (VA) 113 SYR) 


Badanjek 


1 1 


131 


655 


20 


635 


4.9 


8 


25 57.7 


140 (NCS) 


89 (VA) 83 (SYR) 


D'Addio 


6 


46 


213 





213 


4.6 


5 


17 


63 


( W I 1 ' i 




Brkovich 


1 1 


18 


72 





72 


4.0 


1 


12 








Blounl 


II 


8 


66 





66 


8.3 





24 


57 


(1)1 Kl i 




Hill 


II 


4 


55 


6 


49 


12.3 





28 








Neal 


8 


6 


45 


1 


44 


7.3 


1 


18 








Burke 


5 


2 


38 





38 


19.0 





38 








I ).I\IS 


1 1 


3 


18 





18 


6.0 





6 








Sulli\;in 


1 1 


1 


17 





17 


17.0 





17 








Reich 


6 


5 


1 


26 


-25 







1 








Esiason 


10 


47 


128 


160 


-32 




-) 


16 








Scriber 


5 


1 





7 


-7 














Md. Totals 


11 


471 


2245 


249 


1996 


4.2 


18 


38 181.5 


304 


vs Duke (54; 


1 


Opponents 


1 1 


486 


2142 


250 


1892 


3.9 


13 


64 172.0 


450 


by Auburn (61) 


Passing 


GP 


Att. 


Comp 


.Pet 


Int. 


Yards 


TD 


LP (Avg. Game) 


(Avg. Play) 


High Game 


Esiason 


10 


294 


163 


.554 


8 


2322 


15 


48 232.2 




7.9 


355 (Auburn 37 23 


Reich 


6 


38 


22 


.579 


1 


241 


I 


46 40.2 




6.2 


155 (Pitt) 25 13 


Md. Totals 


11 


332 


185 


.557 


9 


2563 


16 


48 233.0 




7.7 


355 (Auburn) 37 23 


Opponents 


1 1 


341 


178 


.522 


II 


2113 


15 


64 192.1 




6.2 


365 (WFU) 46 25 


Total Offense 


GP 


Plaj 


s Rush 


Pass 


rotal Yds. 


TDR (Avg. Game) 


(Avg. Play) 


High (lame 


Esiason 


10 


341 


-. 


32 


2322 


2290 




17 229.0 




6.7 


327 (Auburn) 46 


Md. Totals 


II 


803 


1996 


2563 


4559 




34 414.5 




5.7 


506 (Duke) 77 


Opponents 


II 


827 


1892 


2113 


4005 




28 364.1 




4.8 


544 (Clemson) 84 


Receiving 


No 


Yards 


Avg. 


TD 


LG 














l)a\is 


29 


465 


16.0 


1 


46 






KO Returns 


No 


Yds. Avg. 


TD LG 


Hill 


27 


570 


21.1 


7 


48 






Neal 


15 


331 22.1 


41 


Badanjek 


26 


296 


11.4 


1 


30 






Blount 


8 


160 20.0 


26 


Jovner 


23 


242 


10.5 





43 














D'Addio 


20 


208 


10.4 





39 






Carter 


2 


29 14.5 


19 


Rogers 


16 


213 


13.3 


1 


43 






Brkovich 


1 


27 27.0 


41 


Sullivan 


15 


217 


14.5 


5 


30 














Fazio 


5 


110. 


22.0 





46 






Md. Totals 


26 


547 21.(1 


41 


Scriber 


5 


61 


12.2 





19 






Opponents 


30 


546 18.2 


91 


Knight 


5 


46 


9.0 


1 


18 














Brkovich 


4 


14 


3.5 





9 














Holder 


4 


52 


13.0 





20 




TEAM STATISTICS 


OPPONEN 


Neal 


3 


39 


13.0 





22 




FIRST DOWNS 




226 


246 


Blount 


2 


20 


10.0 





16 






Rush Pass Penalties 


i 105 105 


16 115 123 8 


Burke 


1 


10 


10.0 





10 




PENALTIES 




62 462 


77 785 


Md. Totals 


185 


2563 


13.9 


16 


48 




FUMBLES LOST 




18 9 


22 13 


Opponents 


178 


2113 


11.9 


15 


64 




TURNOVERS 




20 


22 
















THIRD DOWN CONV 


180 74 


162 72 


Punt Rets. 


No 


Yards 


Avg. 


TD 


LG 




QB 


s SACKS BY 




18 163 


23 171 


Badanjek 
K raus 


20 
1 | 


223 

58 
49 


11.2 

5.3 

49.0 






1 


46 
22 
49 




POSSESSION TIME 


327:53 


332:07 


Cox 


1* 




TOUCHDOWNS 




29 


35 


Tye 


1* 


3 


3.0 





3 




PAT-Kick 




26 25 


28 28 


Guilder man 





8* 


8.0 





8 






Run 







4 2 


Totals 


33 


341 


10.3 


1 


49 






Pass 




3 


3 3 


Opponents 


23 


175 


7.6 





35 




FIELD GOALS 




13 8 


19 15 


*with blocked 


punts 










TOTAL RETURN 


YDS 


1 756 


955 
















TOTAL PTS SCORED 


223 


293 


Interceptions 


No 


Yards 




LG 




AVG PTS PER GAME 


20.3 


26.6 


Baldwin 




7 


5 




4 














Jones 




3 


20 




I 














Wilson 




1 


42 




42 






SCORING BY QUARTERS 


Totals 


1 


1 


67 




42 






OPPONENTS 


24 78 55 66 - 


Opponents 




9 


35 




16 






MARYLAND 


55 57 6 


2 119 — 293 



29 



Punting 

Sadler 
OPPONENTS 



No 

59 
63 



Yards 

2326 

2522 



Blkd 



2 



Avg 

39.4 
40.0 



Yards Ret 

175 
341 



Net Avg 

36.5 
34.6 



Longest 

56 

58 



Fair Catch 

17 
6 



Inside 20 
16 

7 



SCORING 



73 

56 

42 

30 

30 

12 

10 

8 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

2 



Atkinson -- 28/28 PAT -- 15/19FG 

Badanjek -- Runs of 1/ 1/ 1/ 1/ 1/ 1/5/25 -- 14 Pass & Conversion from Boomer 

Hill -- Passes of 11/ 12/ 14/24/24/28/32 from Boomer 

Sullivan -- Passes of 10/ 12/ 14/24/30 from Boomer 

D'Addio -- Runs of 1/1/1/2/4 

Esiason — Runs of 1/14 

Knight -- 4 Pass from Reich --2 Conversion Passes from Boomer 

Neal — Run of 5, Conversion Run 



Cox — 49 Return of Punt he Blocked, 
Rogers -- Pass of 43 from Boomer 
Davis -- Pass of 40 from Boomer 
Joyner -- Run of 7 
Brkovich Run of 1 
Kronberg -- Conversion Run 



17 on Block & Added 32 on Run 



1983 RESULTS 

















Overall 


ACC 




Maryland 21 


Vanderbilt 


14 


Vanderbilt Sta 


dium 




(40,856) 


1-0 






21 


West Virginia 


31 


Byrd 


Stadium 






(54,715) 


1-1 






13 


Pittsburgh 


7 


Byrd 


Stadium 






(48,500) 


2-1 






23 


Virginia 


3 


Byrd 


Stadium 






(40,200) 


3-1 


1-0 




34 


Syracuse 


13 


Byrd 


Stadium 






(43,700) 


4-1 






36 


Wake Forest 


33 


Groves Stadium 




(22,300) 


5-1 


2-0 




38 


Duke 


3 


Byrd Stadium 






(40,100) 


6-1 


3-0 




28 


North Carolina 


26 


Byrd 


Stadium 






(51,200) 


7-1 


4-0 




23 


Auburn 


35 


Jorda 


n - Hare 


Stadium 


(75.600) 


7-2 






27 


Clemson 


52 


Memorial Stac 


lium 




(81,000) 


7-3 






29 


N.C. State 


6 


Carter - Finley 


Stadium 


(32,300) 


8-3 


5-0 




23 


Tennessee 


30 


Florida Citrus 


Bowl 




(50,185) 


8-4 








MARYLAND'S 


OFFENSE IN 1983 








Opponent 




Rushing 




Passing 




Total Offense 


Points 


Vanderbilt 




205 


(40) 




269 


(17/31) 




474 




21 


West Virginia 




95 


(36) 




254 


(23/42) 




349 




21 


Pittsburgh 




118 


(40) 




155 


(13/25) 




273 




13 


Virginia 




272 


(54) 




200 


(14/27) 




472 




23 


Syracuse 




224 


(44) 




184 


(13/29) 




408 




34 


Wake Forest 




186 


(42) 




293 


(19/28) 




479 




36 


Duke 




305 


(54) 




202 


(14/23) 




506 




38 


North Carolina 




183 


(47) 




137 


(10/20) 




320 




28 


Auburn 




59 


(29) 




355 


(23/37) 




414 




23 


Clemson 




75 


(25) 




299 


(24/43) 




374 




27 


North Carolina State 


275 


(60) 




215 


(15/27) 




490 




29 


Tennessee 




95 


(34) 




253 


(18/28) 




348 




23 




MARYLAND'S DEFENSE IN 1983 








Vanderbilt 




85 


(29) 




275 


(29/56) 




360 




14 


West Virginia 




127 


(51) 




218 


(11/22) 




345 




31 


Pittsburgh 




157 


(50) 




128 


(12/27) 




285 




7 


Virginia 




122 


(39) 




92 


(10/26) 




214 




3 


Syracuse 




95 


(41) 




146 


(14/26) 




241 




13 


Wake Forest 




111 


(39) 




365 


(25/46) 




476 




33 


Duke 




121 


(32) 




260 


(25/45) 




381 




3 


North Carolina 




191 


(47) 




211 


(19/35) 




402 




26 


Auburn 




450 


(61) 




67 


( 8/12) 




517 




35 


Clemson 




350 


(68) 




194 


(11/16) 




544 




52 


North Carolina State 


83 


(29) 




157 


(14/30) 




240 




6 


Tennessee 




201 


(49) 




185 


(16/23) 




386 




30 



30 



1983 IN REVIEW 



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Maryland won the Atlantic Coast Conference football 
championship with a 28-26 win over then nationally third 
ranked North Carolina. The Terps then met third ranked 
Auburn the next Saturday. Five of the Terps' 1 1 op- 
ponents were highly ranked when they played. Four of the 
opponents were in post-season games and a fifth, Clem- 
son, was ineligible for a bowl game. 

The selection of the Terps by the Florida Citrus Bowl 
gave Maryland their ninth bowl appearance in the last 1 1 
years and their second visit to Orlando. Florida. 

It was the second consecutive 8-3 season for Bobby 
Ross in his two years at Maryland. Ross is now 16-8 
overall with the Terps and 10-1 in ACC games. 

VANDERBILT (Sept. 10. Dudley Field) Maryland 
scored the first and last two touchdowns in the game in 
the 21-14 win over the Volunteers. The Terps picked up 
the first score when Scott Tye blocked a Commodore 
punt from the Yandv 41. Bobby DePaul grabbed the 
blocked kick and returned it eight yards to the 30. Dave 
D'Addio scored on a one yard run for a 7-0 lead. The 
Terps drove 71 yards in 1 1 plays to tie the score on the 
second play of the fourth quarter on a five yard run by 
Rick Badanjek. 

With a Yanderbilt second down on the Maryland 12 
Lendell Jones intercepted a pass on the six with 3:24 left in 
the game. On first and 10 from the six Boomer Esiason hit 
Greg Hill for 47 yards, had a pass dropped on the next 
play and then hit Russell Davis for four. On third and six 
with 2:24 left in the game he hit Tight End Bill Rogers 
over the middle for a 43 yard scoring play culminating a 
94 yard drive in four plays. 

Yanderbilt then drove to the Maryland 30 but Clarence 



Baldwin intercepted a pass in the end /one on the final 
plaj ol the game. 

ABC named Jones the game Outstanding Player and 
the Atlantic (nasi Spoitsw liters named Ron Suit, the 
Offensive lineman ol the Week and Eric Wilson the 
Defensive Back ol the Wee! 



MARYLAND 
VANDERBI1 I 



7 

14 



14- 21 

14 



WEST VIRGINIA (Sept. 17, Byrd Stadium) There were 

54,715 in attendance for the lirst night game ever in Byrd 
Stadium. lemporarv lighting was provided by Ml S( O 
and TBS televised the game nationally. 

Maryland lumped into a 10-0 lead and the score was 
tied 10-10 at the halt but the Mountaineers took a 24-10 
third quarter lead and led 31-13 in the fourth quarter. 

Boomer Esiason hit Greg Hill with scoring passes of 28 
yards (first quarter) and 24 yards (fourth quarter) and 
completed 23 passes for 254 yards. 

Jeff Hostetler passed for 218 yards and a pair of 
touchdowns but the Mountaineers also scored twice on 
runs of 2 and 1 7 yards. 

Clarence Baldwin intercepted two passes for the Terps. 

The Maryland scoring was completed with a pair of 
Jess Atkinson field goals of 43 and 45 yards and a two 
point conversion run by Tommy Neal. 

Esiason suffered a slight separation of his right 
shoulder in the first half but completed the game at 
quarterback although he was sacked four times. 

WEST VIRGINIA 3 7 14 7 31 

MARYLAND 10 11-21 



PITTSBURGH (Sept. 24. Byrd Stadium) Esiason did not 
practice all week but was dressed and on the sidelines for 
the game with a slight separation of his right shoulder. 
Coach Bobby Ross decided on Friday to "sink or swim" 
with Frank Reich. Boomer's roommate. 

Reich passed for 155 yards while completing 13 of 25 
passes in his first start. Reich completed a pass on the first 
play of the game and four of five as the Terps took a 3-0 
lead on a Jess Atkinson 48 yard field goal on the opening 
possession. 

Pittsburgh drove 32 yards in nine plays for a 7-3 first 
quarter lead but did not score again. 

With Pittsburgh punting from the Panthers' 49 in the 
second quarter, reserve linebacker Doug Cox blocked the 
punt, picked it out of the air on a bounce at the 32 and ran 
it in for a 49 yard scoring play and a 10-7 half-time lead. 
He was named the Sports Illustrated Defensive Player of 
the Week. 

Atkinson added a 24 yard field goal six seconds into the 
fourth quarter but Pittsburgh then drove to the Maryland 
1 1 where Bob Gunderman blocked a 28 yard field goal 
attempt. 



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Pittsburgh drove to the Maryland three but were 
moved back by a five yard penalty. On second and seven 
Brian Baker hit the quarterback while pitching out and 
Chuck Faucette recovered the ball on the 1 7 tor the Terps 
with 1:14 left in the game. Willie Joyner picked up a first 
down on a nine yard run and Terps killed the clock. 
Joyner rushed for 87 yards in the game. Faucette was 
named the ACC Rookie of the Week. 



PITTSBURGH 
MARYLAND 



0-7 
3-13 



VIRGINIA (Oct. 1, Byrd Stadium) Virginia visited 
College Park with a 4-0 record but did not score until 
Kenny Stadlin kicked a 37 yard fourth quarter field goal. 

Esiason returned to the lineup and completed 13 passes 
for 190 yards but it was the running of Willie Joyner, 1 16 
yards, and Rick Badanjek, 89 yards and two touchdowns, 
that thwarted the Cavaliers. 

Jess Atkinson was good on all three of his field goal 
attempts hitting from 29, 35 and 45 yards. 

Clarence Baldwin intercepted his fourth pass of the 
season for the Terps and Steve Burke ran Malcolm 
Pittman down on a 91 yard kickoff return to prevent a 
Cavalier score. The kickoff return carried to the six but 
the Terps held on downs with 57 seconds left in the game. 

Tyrone Furman was named the ACC Defensive Lineman 
of the Week. 

Terps rushed for 272 yards and Alan Sadler punted for 
52 yard average in the game. 

VIRGINIA 

MARYLAND 



SYRACUSE (Oct. 8, Byrd Stadium) Willie Joyner 
rushed for 1 1 3 yards while Dave D'Addio scored twice on 
one yard runs and Rick Badanjek added a 25 yard scoring 
run for the Terps. 

Boomer Esiason hit Sean Sullivan with a 4 yard scoring 
pass and Jess Atkinson kicked field goals of 33 and 36 
yards. 

Maryland led 20-3 at the half with 134 yards rushing 
and 1 34 passing. Terps finished with 244 rushing and 1 84 
passing for the game. 

Esiason hit D'Addio with a 35 yard pass to set up 
D'Addio's first touchdown and Joyner ran for 2 1 to set up 
the scoring pass to Sullivan with 20 seconds left in the first 
half. 

Terps drove 80 yards in fourth quarter for 27-13 lead 
after Syracuse missed a field goal. 

Badanjek had 83 yards rushing on just 10 carries. Eric 
Wilson was named the ACC Defensive Back of the Week. 

SYRACUSE 3 7 3 — 13 

MARYLAND 10 10 14 — 34 



WAKE FOREST (Oct. 15, Groves Stadium) Maryland 
led seven to six at the half but the two teams then scored 
56 points in the second half. 

Wake Forest took a 19-7 third quarter lead and led 
26-21 after three quarters. 

Boomer Esiason completed 1 3 of 1 7 second half passes 
for 205 yards and three touchdowns including the winning 
pass with 1:15 left in the game. 

Esiason hit Greg Hill with third quarter scoring passes 
of 32 and 12 yards. He took the Terps 74 yards, scoring on 
the seventh play of the drive to close out the third quarter. 
He then took the Terps 78 yards in five plays and threw a 
two point conversion pass to Rick Badanjek, after 
Badanjek scored from the one, for a 29-26 lead with 6:49 
left in the game. 

Wake Forest scored again after a Maryland fumble for 
a 33-29 lead and 5: 14 left. Esiason then took the Terps 80 
yards for the winning touchdown, hitting Sean Sullivan 
with a 30 yard scoring pass on third and 15. 

With 1:15 left Wake Forest drove to the Maryland 29 
where Clarence Baldwin intercepted his fifth pass of the 
season with seven seconds left. 

Esiason finished with 293 yards passing and Hill caught 
five for 1 15 yards. Badanjek returned four punts for 109 
yards including a 46 yarder. The Terps had 479 yards total 
offense to 476 for Wake Forest. Esiason was named the 
ACC Offensive Back of the Week. 



MARYLAND ... 

WAKE FOREST 



7 14 15 — 36 

6 20 7—33 












3 3 


II 


10 


3 


10 — 23 



DUKE (Oct 22, Byrd Stadium) The Maryland defense 
kept Ben Bennett and the Duke Blue Devils out of the end 
zone although Duke had 381 yards total offense. 



32 



Boomer Esiason led die I erps to 506 yards total offense 
;is he quarterbacked drives oi 67. 61 and 58 yards in the 

Inst half. He then took the leips 80 yards on the lust 
possession ol the second hall and added a 67 yard drive in 
the fourth quarter before leaving with 3 I -3 lead and I 1:37 
left in the game. 

1 he leips nished loi 304 yards and Boomer I'siason 
passed loi 198. Coach Hobby Ross used nine hall carriers 
in the game and seven different receivers caught passes, 

I inebacker Eric Wilson picked oil a Bennett pass ami 
returned it 42 yards while Jess Atkinson hit a 50 yard field 
goal loi the I erps. 

Esiason picked up one first down on a sneak and then 
on a 4th and three gained 16 yards around the right end. 

Eric Wilson was named the ACC Del ensue Lineman of 
the Week and Alvin Blount the Rookie of the Week. 



DUKE 

MARYLAND 



3 
10 



3 
7 14 — 38 



NORTH CAROLINA (Oct. 29, Byrd Stadium) Mary- 
land won what turned out to be the Atlantic Coast 
Conference Championship game with a 28-26 decision 
over the third ranked North Carolina Tar Heels. Both 
teams had trouble with the wind in the first half as 
Maryland scored 10 first quarter points and the Tar Heels 
17 second quarter points. All scoring in the second half 
was into the wind. 

Willie Joyner rushed for 99 yards and a touchdown on 
a seven yard run and Boomer Esiason threw touchdown 
passes of 1 4 yards to Rick Badanjek and 24 yards to Sean 
Sullivan. Jess Atkinson kicked field goals of 29 and 19 
yards. 

Bob Gunderman recovered a fumbled punt attempt in 
the first quarter and five plays later Joyner scored on a 
seven yard run. 

North Carolina led 1 7- 1 Oat the half and had the wind in 
the third quarter. However, Maryland drove 79 yards in 
nine plays following the second half kickoff and Esiason 
threw for a tw o point conversion to Chris Knight and the 
Terpsled 18-17. 




Esiason then took the leips 63 yards and Atkinson 
kicked a 19 yard held goal. North < arolina fumbled the 
kickofl and Atkinson recovered for the I erps. I wo plays 
later 1 siason hit Sulli\an with a 24 yard toss and a 28-17 

lead 

The lar Heels drove 71 yards for a 22 yard field goal as 
Maryland held after a second down on the lour. I he I ar 
Heels then drove 90 yards loi a touchdown with only 22 
seconds left in the game, scoring on fourth down from the 

one. Scott Stankavagc attempted a two point conversion 
pass to tie the score but J. I). Gross rushed him and the 
attempted pass was wide. 

The lar Heels attempted an onsides kick but then 
touched the ball before it went ten yards and also were 
offsides on the attempt. 

Maryland had won the ACC Championship and 
Bobby Ross has not lost an October game in his two years 
at Maryland. Esiason was named the Offensive Player of 
the Week in the ACC. 



NORTH CAROLINA 

MARYLAND 10 



17 9 26 
18 0-28 



ALBURN (Nov. 5, Jordan-Hare Stadium) For the 
second consecutive week the Terps were meeting the 
nation's third ranked team as Auburn took over the third 
spot from North Carolina. 




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CLEMSON (Nov. 12, Clemson Memorial Stadium) 
Clemson rushed for 350 yards and had 544 yards in the 
non-conference win over the Terps. 

Clemson took advantage of Maryland mistakes and 
missed tackles for a 28-7 halftime lead. The Tigers scored 
on a 64 yard pass play and a 74 yard drive for a 14-0 first 
quarter lead. 

Maryland drove 79 yards for 14-7 score on 1 1 yard pass 
from Boomer Esiason to Greg Hill in the second quarter. 

Maryland later punted 28 yards, had a personal foul on 
the catch, and Clemson had the ball on the Maryland 23. 
The Tigers scored, recovered a Maryland fumble on first 
down on the Maryland 16 and scored again. 

Esiason scored two touchdowns for the Terps on runs 
of 14 and one yard and Frank Reich passed four yards to 
Chris Knight for the final score of the game with 1:50 left. 



MARYLAND 

CLEMSON 14 



7 6 14 — 27 

14 14 10 — 52 



Boomer Esiason kept the Terps in the game until the 
closing seconds as he set a school passing record with 355 
yards passing and the Terps played much of the game 
without their three top running backs. Dave D'Addio 
missed the entire game with a shoulder injury. Willie 
Joyner suffered a sprained ankle in the first half and Rick 
Badanjek suffered a concussion in the first half. 

Auburn rushed for 450 yards and scored on runs of 6 1 
and 44 and five yards. 

Jess Atkinson kicked a 30 yard field goal for the Terps' 
first score as Auburn led 14-3 at the half. Esiason hit Sean 
Sullivan with a 10 vard pass in the third quarter and it was 
14-10. 

Auburn then drove 79 yards but the Terps held on the 
one and Esiason then quarterbacked a 99 yard drive in 1 2 
plays hiting Sullivan for the score and a 17-14 lead. 
However, Auburn came back with 8 1 and 84 yard drives 
for 28-17 lead. 

Esiason then hit Joyner for 16 yards. Tommy Neal for 
24 yards and Russell with a 40 yard touchdown pass for 
an 80 yard drive in three plays and 28-23 score as 
conversion run failed. 

With 3:01 left in the game and a fourth and one at the 
Maryland 31. Coach Pat Dye elected to go for the first 
down commenting afterwards, "I thought the best defense 
against Esiason was keeping him on the sidelines. He 
made our fans uneasy all day." 

Maryland eventually got the ball back on the Maryland 
one after a punt but Esiason was blindsided on third down 
and lost the ball on the goal line with Auburn recovering 
for the final score with nine seconds left in the game. 
Esiason was named the ACC Offensive Back of the Week 
for the third time. 



NORTH CAROLINA STATE (Nov. 19, Carter-Finley 
Stadium) Terps had won the Atlantic Coast Conference 
Championship the previous Saturday when Virginia 
upset North Carolina. However, the 29-6 win over the 
Wolfpack earned the Terps a trip to the Florida Citrus 
Bowl to meet Tennessee. 



MARYLAND 

AUBURN .... 



3 

14 



14 





6-23 

21 35 




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With three minutes left in the game the Disne) Char- 
acters led by Micke) Mouse made their appearance on the 
Maryland sideline and later John I mil and Herb Hinelj 
added to the celebration m the locker room with their 
bowl imitation. 

Boomer Esiason passed tot 215 yards. Rick Badanjek 
ran for 140 and Willie Joyner added 120 sards as the 
Terps rolled up 490 sards total offense against the 
Wolfpack. 

Boomer passed 12 yards to Sean Sullivan lor the first 
score. Jess Atkinson added field goals of 25 and 42 yards 
around a one sard scoring run by Rick Badanjek. 
Freshman lummy Neal added the final score on a lise 
yard run. Vic Kronberg ran for two points after the first 
score and Boomer passed to Chris Knight for tsvo points 
after a loss snap from center. 

State scored its touchdown ssith 5:42 left in the game 
but failed on a two point conversion pass. 

The Terps held Joe Mcintosh to 40 yards rushing on 15 
carries and the Wolfpack to 83 yards rushing in the game 
and 240 yards total offense. 

Bill Rogers was named the ACC's Offensive Lineman 
of the Week and J. D. Gross the Defensive Lineman. 

MARYLAND 8 3 18 — 29 

N.C. STATE 6-6 



Reich then directed a 7x yard drive in six plays ssith 
Rick Badanjek scoi mg on a three yard run and Maryland 
led 20-16. 

fennessee again took the lead in the lourth quarter 

with an MO said drive. Isso plays later they intercepted, 
drove 14 yards and led 30-20. 

Atkinson added his fifth field goal of the game as Reich 
directed a 16 play. 73 yard drise to the Tennessee eight. 
fennessee then held the ball for the last 4:34 of the game. 

.less Atkinson ssas named the Offensive Player ol the 
Game with his hsc held goals in six attempts. 

Reich completed 14 of 22 passes for 192 yards ssith one 
interception and Tommy Neal returned five kickoffs for 
181 yards. Neal's 181 yards was 23 yards better than the 
Maryland record set by Tommy Brown against Miami in 
1962 but does not count as a record as it came in a 
post-season bowl game. 

MARYLAND 3 6 11 3-23 

II \\I SSI I 7 3 6 14 -- 30 



TENNESSEE (Dec. 17, Florida Citrus Bowl) For the 
second consecutive year the Terps were invited to a bowl 
game ssith an 8-3 record. 

Maryland won the toss, elected to kick off and held 
Tennessee, recosering a fumble on the Terrapins 21. 
Boomer Esiason then led the Terps on a 78 yard drive to 
the Volunteers I but had to settle for a Jess Atkinson 1 8 
yard field goal. 

Tennessee drove 80 yards for a 7-3 lead scoring on a 12 
yard pass. Esiason svas sacked and suffered a shoulder 
injury on the second play of the second quarter. Atkinson 
kicked another field goal after the sack and Terps trailed 
7-6. 

Frank Reich then took over at quarterback at 2:07 of 
the second quarter following an Eric Wilson interception 
and return to the Tennessee 20. Atkinson then added his 
third field goal and Terps led 9-7. The Volunteers added a 
field goal and Atkinson missed a 47 yard attempt for a 
10-9 halftime score. 

Maryland took a 12-10 lead on their first possession of 
the second half after Tommy Neal returned the kickoff 80 
yards to the Tennessee 20, Tennessee held on the five and 
Atkinson kicked his fourth field goal of the game. 

The Volunteers came back ss it h an 83 yard drive for a 
16-12 lead after failing on the two point conversion 
attempt. 




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MARYLAND vs 1984 OPPONENTS 



1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
I960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 



1927 
1930 
1931 
1932 
1947 
1948 
1980 
1981 
1983 



1917 
1943 
1944 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
I960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 



1919 
1943 
1944 
1945 
1947 



CLEMSON 
(17-14-1) 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Tie 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

VANDERB1LT 

(3-6) 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Won 
Lost 
Won 
Lost 
Won 

WAKE FOREST 

(23-8-1) 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Tie 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Lost 

W"ii 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

I ost 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

WKM VIRGINIA 

(9-10-2) 

I oM 
I nsl 

rie 

Tie 

Won 



28-0 

20-0 

16-0 

25-12 

6-6 

7-26 

0-8 

28-25 

19-17 

24-21 

14-17 

6-21 

34-0 

6-0 

10-14 

7-28 

0-16 

0-40 

11-24 

14-20 

31-6 

28-13 

41-0 

22-20 

20-0 

21-14 

24-28 

19-0 

34-7 

7-21 

22-24 

27-52 



20-39 

7-22 

1 2-39 

0-13 

20-6 

0-34 

31-6 

17-23 

21-14 



29-12 
13-7 

0-39 
13-13 
28-7 

6-0 
27-0 

0-34 

7-10 
14-13 
10-7 
13-2 
32-0 
17-21 
10-7 
34-7 
17-35 
14-38 
19-13 
14-18 
23-0 
37-0 
47-0 
27-0 
17-15 
35-7 
39-0 
17-25 
11-10 
45-33 
52-31 
36-33 



0-27 

2-6 

6-6 

27-0 



1948 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1959 
1960 
1966 
1969 
1970 
1973 
1976 
1977 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 



1909 
1917 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1946 
1947 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1954 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
I960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 



1920 
1921 
1935 
1936 
1937 
1938 
1939 
1955 
1956 
1959 
1961 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1979 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1981 



Lost 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Won 
Lost 
Won 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 

N. C. STATE 
(19-17-4) 

Lost 

Lost 

Tie 

Won 

Won 

Tie 

Lost 

Tie 

Won 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Tie 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Won 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

SYRACUSE 
(13-13-2) 

Won 

Lost 

Tie 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

lie 



14-16 
47-7 
41-0 
54-7 
27-7 
31-8 
28-9 
7-31 
10-20 
1 3-20 
24-3 
16-24 
14-11 
13-17 
18-19 
21-31 



0-31 

6-10 

6-6 

7-6 

26-12 

0-0 

7-28 

0-0 

14-6 

13-16 

53-0 

42-14 

25-14 

1 3-48 

21-6 

33-28 

10-13 

10-7 

14-6 

14-36 

13-14 

7-29 

21-24 

9-31 

11-31 

7-24 

0-6 

35-7 

24-24 

22-24 

20-To 

37-22 

16-6 

20-24 

31-7 

0-7 

24-0 

34-9' 

23-6 

29-6 



10-7 
0-42 
0-0 
20-0 
13-0 
0-53 
7-10 
34- 1 3 
12-26 
0-29 
22-21 
7-24 
7-34 
3-7 
14-32 
9-20 
7-23 
13-21 
12-16 
38-0 
31-0 
24-7 
42-28 
24-10 
34-9 
17-17 



1982 
1983 



Won 
Won 

DIKE 

(13-13) 



1932 


Lost 


1933 


Lost 


1941 


Lost 


1942 


Lost 


1947 


Lost 


1948 


Lost 


1950 


Won 


1957 


Lost 


I960 


Lost 


1962 


Lost 


1963 


Lost 


1966 


Won 


1968 


Lost 


1969 


Won 


1970 


Lost 


1972 


Lost 


1973 


Won 


1974 


Won 


1976 


Won 


1977 


Won 


1978 


Won 


1979 


Won 


1980 


Won 


1981 


Won 


1982 


Won 


1983 


Won 


NORTH CA 




(21-25 


1899 


Lost 


1920 


Won 


1921 


Lost 


1922 


Lost 


1923 


Won 


1924 


Won 


1925 


Lost 


1926 


Won 


1927 


Lost 


1928 


Lost 


1929 


Lost 


1930 


Lost 


1935 


Lost 


1936 


Lost 


1946 


Lost 


1947 


Lost 


1948 


Lost 


1950 


Tie 


1951 


Won 


1953 


Won 


1954 


Won 


1955 


Won 


1956 


Lost 


1957 


Won 


1958 


Lost 


1959 


Won 


I960 


Won 


1961 


Lost 


1962 


Won 


1963 


Lost 


1964 


Won 


1965 


Lost 


1967 


Lost 


1968 


Won 


1970 


Lost 


1971 


Lost 


1972 


Lost 


1973 


Won 


1974 


Won 


1975 


Won 


1977 


Lost 


1978 


Won 


1979 


Won 


1980 


Los! 


1981 


Lost 


1982 


Won 


1983 


Won 



26-3 
34- 1 3 



0-34 
7-38 
0-50 
0-42 
7-19 
12-13 
26-14 
0-14 
7-20 
7-10 
17-24 
21-19 
28-30 
20-7 
12-13 
14-20 
30-10 
56- 1 3 
30-3 
31-13 
27-0 
27-0 
17-4 
24-21 
49-22 
38-3 



ROLINA 

1) 



1919 
1925 
1926 

1927 



VIRGINIA 

(31-15-2) 

Won 
I i.-i 
lie 
I ost 



0-6 
13-0 

7-16 

3-27 
14-0 

6-0 

0-16 
14-6 

6-7 
19-26 

0-43 
21-28 

0-33 

0-14 

0-33 

0-19 
20-49 

7-7 
14-7 
26-0 
33-0 
25-7 

6-34 
21-7 

0-27 
14-7 
22-19 

8-14 
31-13 

7-14 
10-9 
10-12 

0-14 
13-24 
20-53 
14-35 
26-3 1 
23-3 
24-12 
34-7 

7-16 
21-20 
17-14 

3-17 
10-17 
31-24 
28-26 



13-0 
0-6 
6-6 
0-21 



1928 
1929 
1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 
1934 
1935 
1936 
1937 
1938 
1939 
1940 
1942 
1943 
1944 
1945 
1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 



1917 
1937 
1938 
1939 
1943 
1944 
I960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1982 



Won 

Tie 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

PENN STATE 
d-26) 

Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Won 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 





MIAMI (FLA.) 




(6-5) 


1948 


Won 


1949 


Won 


1953 


Won 


1954 


1 OSI 


1956 


1 ost 


1957 


Won 


1958 


Won 


1962 


1 osl 


1970 


1 OSt 


1972 


1 OSt 


1982 


Won 



18-2 
13-13 

14-6 

7-6 

6-7 

0-6 
20-0 
14-7 
21-0 

V3 
19-27 

7-12 

6-19 
27-12 

0-39 

7-18 
19-13 
12-0 
44-6 
55-12 
44-12 
16-28 
40-18 
21-6 
10-0 
27-33 
17-41 

7-12 
23-28 
17-14 
17-14 
27-29 
24-23 
33-0 
10-0, 
62-24 
28-0 
28-0 
17-7 
17-7 
31-0 
48-7 
45-14 
23-3 



0-57 

14-21 

0-33 

0-12 

0-45 

19-34 

9-28 

21-17 

7-23 

15-17 

9-17 

7-19 

7-15 

3-38 

13-57 

0-48 

0-34 

27-63 

16-46 

22-42 

17-24 

13-15 

9-27 

3-27 

7-27 

10-24 

31-39 



27-13 

13-0 

30-0 

7-9 

6- 1 3 

1 6-6 

26-14 

24-28 

11-18 

S-2S 

18-17 



36 



1984 
OPPONENTS 




\ \NDI KHII I I M\ I RSIT> 

September 15 1:00 I'M 
land 
Byrd Stadium (45,000) 

( o \< II: George Maclntyre 

(Miami of I la., '61) 

PHONE: (615)322-4727 

()\ I R \l I KK OKI): 33-53 

\ \M)I KHII I Kl ( OKI): 17-39 




\1\RYLAND 



I o( \ I io\ Nashville, rennessee 

ENROLLMEN1 9,1 

COl ORS Black and Gold 

NICKNAM1 Commodores 

Mill I IK DIKI CTOR: Roy Kramer 

I I II I RMI \ Returning 50 Lost 15 

SERIES KKORD: 3-6 

SID I ew Harris 

OFFICE: (615) 322-4121 

HOME: (615) 356-6190 



1983 RESULTS (2-9) 



14 


Maryland 


21 


29 


Iowa State 


26 


24 


Alabama 


44 


30 


Tulane 


17 


10 


1 lurida 


29 


13 


Georgia 


30 


14 


Mississippi 


21 


7 


Memphis State 


24 


8 


Kentucky 


17 


II) 


\ irginia I ech 


21 


24 


1 ennessee 


34 



Sept 



Oct. 



No\ 



De< 



1984 S( HEDULE 


8 


Kansas State 


15 at 


Maryland 


22 


Kansas 


29 at 


Alabama 


6 


T ulane 


13 at 


1 SI 


20 at 


Georgia 


27 


Ole Miss 


10 at 


Kentucky 


17 


Virginia Tech 


1 


Tennessee 





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SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

September 8 1:00 P.M. 

College Park. Maryland 

Byrd Stadium (45.000) 

( VOL Dick MacPherson 
(Springfield '58) 

PHONE: (315) 423-4817 

OVERALL RECORD: 57-47-2 

10 years 

SYRACUSE RECORD: 12-20-1 

3 years 



LOCATION: Syracuse. New York 

ENROLLMENT: 12.000 
COLORS: Orange 
NICKNAME: Orangemen 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: 
1 II IERMEN: Returning 
SERIES RECORD: 13-13 
SID: Larry Kimball 

OFFICE: (315) 423-2608 
HOME: (315) 637-8716 

Sept 



Oct. 



Jake Crouthamel 
33 Lost — 13 
-> 




WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY 

September 22 1:30 P.M. 

Morgantown, West Virginia 
Mountaineer Field (52.626) 

C OACH: Don Nehlen 

(Bowling Green '58) 

PHONE: (304) 293-4194 
OVERALL RECORD: 86-50-4 
12 years 
WEST VA RECORD: 33-15 

4 years 



LOCATION: Morgantown. West Virginia 
ENROLLMENT: 22.000 
COLORS: Old Gold and Blue 
NICKNAME: Mountaineers 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Fred Schaus 
LETTERMEN: Returning 36 Lost 19 
SERIES RECORD: 9-10-2 
SID: Joe Boc/ek 

OFFICE: (304) 293-2821 

HOME: (304) 598-3450 



1983 RESULTS (6-5) 



6 


Temple 


17 


j -> 


Kent State 


10 


35 


Northwestern 





17 


Rutgers 


13 


7 


Nebraska 


63 


13 


Maryland 


34 


6 


Penn State 


17 


10 


Pittsburgh 


13 


14 


Nav> 


7 


21 


Boston College 


10 


27 


West Virginia 


16 



Nov 







983 RESULTS (9-3) 




1984 SCHEDULE 




55 


Ohio University 3 


Sept 


1 


Ohio U. 


M SCHEDULE 


48 


Pacific 




8 


Louisville 


8 Maryland 


31 


Maryland 21 




15 at 


Virginia Tech 


15 at Northwestern 


27 


Boston College 17 




22 


Maryland 


22 Rutgers 


24 


Pittsburgh 21 




29 at 


Pittsburgh 


29 Nebraska 


13 


Virginia Tech 


Oct. 


13 


Syracuse 


6 at Florida 


23 


Penn State 41 




20 


Boston College 


13 at West Virginia 


3 


Miami (Fla.) 20 




27 


Penn State 


20 at Penn Stale 


27 


Temple 9 


Nov. 


3 


Virginia 


2 7 Arm\ 


35 


Rutgers 




10 at 


Rutgers 


3 Pittsburgh 


16 


Syracuse 27 




17 at 


Temple 


10 Navj 




(Hall of Fame Bowl) 








17 at Boston College 


20 


Kentucky 16 









37 




WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY 

September 29 1:00 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Byrd Stadium (45.000) 

COACH: Al Groh 

(Virginia '67) 

PHONE: (919) 761-5631 
OVERALL RECORD: 11-22 

3 years 

WAKE FOREST RECORD: 11-22 

2 years 



LOCATION: Winston-Salem, North Carolina 
ENROLLMENT: 5,000 
COLORS: Old Gold and Black 
NICKNAME: Demon Deacons 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Dr. Gene Hooks 
LETTERMEN: Returning — 39 Lost — 17 
SERIES RECORD: 23-8-1 
SID: John Justus 

OFFICE: (919) 761-5640 

HOME: (919) 723-5650 



1983 RESULTS (4-7) 

25 Appalachian State 27 

13 Virginia Tech 6 

21 Western Carolina 

31 Richmond 6 

15 N.C. State 38 

10 North Carolina 30 

33 Maryland 36 

38 Virginia 33 

17 Clemson 24 

21 Duke 31 

33 Georgia Tech 49 



1984 SCHEDULE 

Sept. 8 Virginia Tech 

15 Appalachian St. 

22 at N.C. State 

29 at Maryland 
Oct. 6 at Richmond 

13 North Carolina 

20 at Virginia 

27 William & Mary 
Nov. 3 at Clemson 

10 at Duke 

17 Georgia Tech 




NORTH CAROLINA STATE 

October 13 1:00 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 

Byrd Stadium (45,000) 

COACH: Tom Reed 

(Miami of Ohio '67) 
PHONE: (919) 737-2114 
OVERALL RECORD: 37-27-2 

6 years 
N.C. STATE RECORD: 3-8 

1 year 



LOCATION: Raleigh, North Carolina 

ENROLLMENT: 23,668 

COLORS: Red and White 

NICKNAME: Wolfpack 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Willis R. Casey 

LETTERMEN: Returning — 35 Lost — 28 

SERIES RECORD: 19-17-4 

SID: Ed Seaman 

OFFICE: (919) 737-2102 

HOME: (919) 829-9186 



1983 RESULTS (3-8) 

16 East Carolina 22 
45 The Citadel 
14 Virginia 26 
38 Wake Forest 15 
10 Georgia Tech 20 
14 North Carolina 42 

17 Clemson 27 
17 South Carolina 31 
33 Appalachian State 7 
26 Duke 27 

6 Maryland 29 



1984 SCHEDULE 

Sept. 8 Ohio University 
15 Furman 
22 Wake Forest 
29 East Carolina 

Oct. 6 at Georgia Tech 
13 at Maryland 
20 at North Carolina 
27 Clemson 

Nov. 3 South Carolina 
10 at Virginia 
17 Duke 




PENN STATE UNIVERSITY 

October 6 1:30 P.M. 

University Park, Pennsylvania 

Beaver Stadium (83,770) 

COACH: Joe Paterno 
(Brown '50) 
PHONE: (814) 865-0411 
OVERALL RECORD: 170-38-2 
18 years 
PENN STATE RECORD: 

170-38-2 18 years 



LOCATION: University Park, Pennsylvania 
ENROLLMENT: 27,000 
COLORS: Blue & White 
NICKNAME: Nittany Lions 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Jim Tarman 



LETTERMEN: Returning — 31 Lost 

SERIES RECORD: 1-26 

SID: Dave Baker 

OFFICE: (814) 865-1757 
HOME: (814) 237-8619 



26 



1983 RESULTS (8-4-1) 

6 Nebraska 44 

3 Cincinnati 13 

34 Iowa 42 

23 Temple 18 
36 Rutgers 25 
34 Alabama 28 
17 Syracuse 6 
41 West Virginia 23 
17 Boston College 27 
38 Brown 21 
34 Notre Dame 30 

24 Pittsburgh 24 
(Aloha Bowl) 

13 Washington 10 



1984 SCHEDULE 

Sept. 8 Rutgers 

15 at Iowa 

22 William & Mary 

29 Texas 

at Meadowlands 
Oct. 6 Maryland 

13 at Alabama 

20 Syrause 

27 at West Virginia 
Nov. 3 Boston College 

17 at Notre Dame 

24 Pittsburgh 




DUKE UNIVERSITY 

October 27 1:30 P.M. 

Durham, North Carolina 

Wallace Wade Stadium (33,941) 

COACH: Steve Sloan 

(Alabama '66) 
PHONE: (919) 684-2635 
OVERALL RECORD: 58-63-3 

11 years 
DUKE RECORD: 3-8 

1 year 



LOCATION: Durham. North Carolina 
ENROLLMENT: 5.750 
COLORS: Blue and White 
NICKNAME: Blue Devils 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Tom Butters 
LETTERMEN: Returning — 47 Lost — 21 
SERIES RECORD 13-13 
SID: Tom Mickle 

OFFICE: (919) 929-2721 

HOME: (919) 489-5275 



1983 RESULTS (3-8) 



1984 SCHEDULE 



30 


Virginia 


38 


Sept. 


8 




Indiana 


10 


Indiana 


15 




22 


at 


South Carolina 


24 


South Carolina 


31 




29 


at 


Army 


17 


Miami (Fla.) 


56 


Oct. 


6 




Virginia 


14 


Virginia Tech 


27 




13 


at 


Virginia Tech 


31 


Clemson 


38 




20 


at 


Clemson 


3 


Maryland 


38 




27 




Maryland 


32 


Georgia Tech 


26 


Nov . 


3 


at 


Georgia lech 


31 


Wake Forest 


21 




10 




Wake Forest 


27 


N.C. State 


26 




17 


at 


N.C. State 


27 


North Carolina 


34 




24 




North Carolina 



w 




I \l\ I KM I V 01 

NORTH ( AKOI.IN v 

Novembei 5 I 00 P M 

( hapel Hill, North ( arolina 

Kenan Memorial Stadium (50,000) 

( OACH: Dick (rum 

(Mt. Union '57) 
PHONE: (919) 966-2575 
o\ 1 l< VI I RECORD: 84-30-2 

10 years 

NORTH CAROLINA KM OKI): 
50-20-1 6 yean 



K 



( I I MSON I NIV1 KM I V 

November 17 1:00 I'M 

Ball 
Men 

< OA< II: Dannj lord 

(Alabama '7(1) 
PHONE: (HIM) 656-2101 
OVERALL RECORD: 45-1 1-2 

5 \tars 
( I EMSON Kl( OKI): 45-1 1-2 

5 \tars 



I OCA 1 ION; Chapel Hill. North Carolina 

ENROl I Ml NT: 21,757 

COl ORS Carolina Blue & White 

NICKNAME: Tar Heels 

ATHI 1 III DIRFCI'OR: John Swofford 

LETTERMEN: Returning 28 Lost 24 

SI RII S Kl CORD: 21-25-1 

SID: Rick Brewer 

OFFICE: (919) 962-2123 

HOME: (919) 929-2721 



I OCA I ION Clemson. South Carolina 

I NROLLMENT: 12,459 

COl ORS Purple and Orange 

NICKNAME: ["igers 

AIHI llic diki ( rOR: Bill McLellan 

LETTERMEN: Returning 50 Lost 22 

SERIES RECORD: 17-14-1 

SID: Bob Bradley 

OFFICE: (803) 656-2101/2114 
HOME: (803) 654-5419 



Sept 



i 


1983 RESULTS (8-4) 




1984 


SCHEDULE 


1983 RESULTS (9-1-1) 


24 


South Carolina 


8 


Sept 


. 15 




Navy 


44 


Western Carolina 10 


24 


Memphis State 


10 




22 


at 


Boston College 


16 


Boston College 3 1 


48 


Miami (Ohio) 


17 




29 




Kansas 


16 


Georgia 16 


51 


William & Mary 


20 


Oct. 


6 


at 


Clemson 


41 


Georgia Tech 14 


38 


Georgia Tech 


21 




13 


at 


Wake Forest 


42 


Virginia 21 


30 


Wake Forest 


10 




20 




N.C. State 


38 


Duke 31 


42 


N.C. State 


14 




27 


at 


Memphis State 


27 


N. C. State 17 


26 


Maryland 


28 


Nov. 


3 




Maryland 


24 


Wake Forest 17 


3 


Clemson 


16 




10 




Georgia Tech 


16 


North Carolina 3 


14 


Virginia 


17 




17 




Virginia 


52 


Maryland 27 


34 


Duke 
(Peach Bowl) 


27 




24 


at 


Duke 


22 


South Carolina 13 


3 


Florida State 


28 















Oct. 



Nov. 



X4 


SCHEDULE 


1 




Appalachian St 


8 


at 


Virginia 


22 


at 


Georgia 


29 


at 


Georgia Tech 


6 




North (arolina 


20 




Duke 


27 


at 


N.C. State 


3 




Wake Forest 


10 




Virginia lech 


17 


at 


Maryland 


24 




South Carolina 




UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI 

November 10 7:00 P.M. 

Miami. Florida 

Orange Bowl (75.500) 

COACH: Jimmy Johnson 
(Arkansas '64) 

PHONE: (305) 284-3822 
OVERALL RECORD: 30-25-2 

MIAMI RECORD: First Season 



LOCATION: Coral Gables. Florida 
ENROLLMENT: 15.000 
COLORS: Orange. Green and White 
NICKNAME: Hurricanes 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Sam Jankov 
LETTERMEN: Returning 34 Lost 
SERIES RECORD: 6-5 
SID: Karl Schmitt 

OFFICE: (305) 284-3244 



ich 



14 



1983 RESULTS (1 


11-1) 


: 


1984 


SCHEDUL 


3 


Florida 


28 


Aug. 


29 




Auburn 


29 


Houston 


7 






at 


Meadowlands 


35 


Purdue 





Sept. 


1 




Florida 


20 


Notre Dame 











(Tampa Stadium 


56 


Duke 


17 




8 


at 


Michigan 


42 


Louisville 


14 




15 


at 


Purdue 


31 


Mississippi St. 


7 




22 




Florida State 


17 


Cincinnati 


7 




29 




Rice 


26 


West Virginia 


3 


Oct. 


6 


at 


Notre Dame 


12 


East Carolina 


7 




13 


at 


Cincinnati 


17 


Florida State 


16 




20 




Pittsburgh 




(Orange Bowl) 




No\ 


3 


at 


Louisville 


31 


Nebraska 


30 




10 

24 




Maryland 
Boston College 



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UNIVERSITY OF VIK(,IM V 

November 24 1:00 I'M 

Charlottesville. Virginia 
Scott Stadium (42.000) 

COACH: George Welsh 

(Na%> '56) 

PHONE: (804) 924-3063 
OVERALL RECORD: 63-60-1 

11 >ears 
VIRGINIA RECORD: 8-14 

2 years 



LOCATION: Charlottesville. Virginia 
ENROLLMENT: 16.400 
COLORS: Orange and Blue 
NICKNAME: Cavaliers. Wahoos 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Dick Schultz 
LETTERMEN. Returning — 37 Lost - 
SERIES RECORD: 31-15-2 
SID: Rich Murras 

OFFICE: (804) 924-3011 3205 
HOME: (804) 978-2966 



15 



1983 RESULTS (6-5) 



38 


Duke 


30 


27 


Navy 


16 


21 


James Madison 


14 


26 


N. C. State 


14 


3 


Maryland 


23 


21 


Clemson 


42 


38 


VMI 


10 


34 


Wake Forest 


38 


27 


Georgia Tech 


31 


17 


North Carolina 


14 





Virginia Tech 


48 



1984 SCHEDULE 

Sept. 8 Clemson 
15 VMI 
22 at Navy 
29 at Virginia Tech 

Oct. 6 at Duke 

13 Georgia Tech 
20 Wake Forest 

Nov. 3 at West Virginia 
10 N.C. State 
17 at North Carolina 
24 Maryland 



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IN FORM A TION FOR MEDIA 
VISITING COLLEGE PARK 

HOTELS AND MOTELS 

(College Park) 

CENTER OF 
ADULT EDUCATION 

University of Maryland 
(301) 779-5100 

HOLIDAY INN 
10000 Baltimore Blvd. 
(301) 345-6700 

HOLIDAY INN 
9137 Baltimore Blvd. 
(301) 345-5000 

MARYLAND INN 
Best Western 
8601 Baltimore Blvd. 
(301) 474-2800 

QUALITY INN 
7200 Baltimore Blvd. 
(301) 864-5820 

ROYAL PINES 
Best Western 
9133 Baltimore Blvd. 
(301) 345-4900 

HAMPSHIRE MOTOR INN 

7411 New Hampshire Ave. 

(301) 439-3000 (Langley Park) 

RAMADA INN 

1-95 North 

4050 Powder Mill Rd. 

(301) 572-7100 (Calverton) 

RAMADA INN 

5910 Princess Garden Pkwy. 

(800) 238-5800 (New Carrollton) 

SHERATON - NORTHEAST 

8500 Annapolis Rd. 

(301) 459-6700 (New Carrollton) 

HOWARD JOHNSON'S 

Balto. - Wash. Pkwy. 

(301) 779-7700 (Cheverly) 

SHERATON - NORTHWEST 

8727 Colesville Rd. 

(301) 589-5200 (Silver Spring) 

MARRIOTT HOTEL 

1-495 & 1-270 

(301) 897-9400 (Bethesda) 

LOCAL TRANSPORTATION 

TAXI -- Blue Bird -Yellow 864-7700 

AIRPORTS 

BALTIMORE - WASHINGTON INTERNATIONAL 

NATIONAL - DULLES 
TAXI FARES - APPROXIMATE to College Park 
NATIONAL AIRPORT -- $15.00 

$1.00 each additional person 
BALTIMORE - WASHINGTON INTERNATIONAL 
$25.00 -- $1.00 each additional person 
DULLES AIRPORT — $38.00 

$1.00 each additional person 





MARYLAND'S 


BOWL 


RECORD 




Jan. 


l. 


1948 


Gator 




20 


Georgia 


20 


Jan. 


1, 


1950 


Gator 




20 


Missouri 


7 


Jan. 


1, 


1952 


Sugar 




28 


Tennessee 


13 


Jan. 


I, 


1954 


Orange 







Oklahoma 


7 


Jan. 


l. 


1956 


Orange 




6 


Oklahoma 


20 


Dec. 


28, 


1973 


Peach 




16 


Georgia 


17 


Dec. 


16, 


1974 


Liberty 




3 


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7 


Dec. 


29, 


1975 


Gator 




13 


Florida 





Jan. 


1. 


1977 


Cotton 




21 


Houston 


30 


Dec. 


22, 


1977 


Hall of Fame 


17 


Minnesota 


7 


Dec. 


23, 


1978 


Sun 







Texas 


42 


Dec. 


20, 


1980 


Tangerine 


20 


Florida 


35 


Dec. 


25, 


1982 


Aloha 




20 


Washington 


21 


Dec. 


17, 


1983 


Florida 


Citrus 


23 


Tennessee 


30 



LIMOUSINE FARES TO AIRPORT 

B.W.I. AIRPORT LIMOUSINE — $12.00 or two to four 
people picked up at the same time $19.00 (441-2345). 

NOTE: Listed information and prices are guidelines to 
assist you during your stay in College Park. 

INTERVIEWS 

PLAYERS: It is requested that all player interviews be 
arranged through the Sports Information Office. We will 
make every attempt to have the players call you at a 
designated time or be available for an interview on 
campus. Please make request at least a day in advance so 
we can arrange with the athletes at practice. On many 
class days it is impossible to get in touch with them until 
they show up at practice. 

HOME GAMES: Coach Ross will meet the media in 
the Team Meeting Room on the first floor of the Football 
Building about 10 minutes after the game. Key players 
will also be available in this area following Coach Ross. 
The visiting coach will meet the Media in Coach Stan 
Pitts' Track Office adjacent to the visiting locker room. 

TUESDAY PRESS LUNCHEON: Coach Ross and 
Athletic Department officials will attend a weekly 
luncheon each Tuesday during the season at the Center of 
Adult Education on Campus. Coach Ross will be avail- 
able from 11:45 to 1:15 or upon completion of the 
interviews. TV and Radio interviews will be accommo- 
dated prior to and following the luncheon as requested. 

NOTE: For those requesting Tuesday player interviews 
if classes do not conflict we will have them available in the 
football lounge at 1:30. 

BEST TIME TO CATCH COACH ROSS: Tuesday at 
Luncheon, Monday and Wednesday from Noon to 2:30 
P.M. 



42 



THE TERPS ON RADIO 

WMAI (630) in Washington and WBA1 (1090) in 
Baltimore will both originate Maryland football broad- 
casts in 1984. WMAI. will once again feed the Maryland 
football network while WBA1 will serve Baltimore and 
give the ferps a strong signal in the Northeast. For the 
sixth consecutive sear Johnny Hollidav will be the voice 
of the Maryland network. Hollidav will again bejoined in 
the booth by Pete Wysocki while Jack Searbath will again 
work from the sidelines. 

.Inn West, the station's Sports Director will handle the 
play-by-play lor WBA1 with Vince Bagli WBAL-TV 
sports anchor joining him in the radio booth. 

METROSPORTS: Now in its thirteenth year as lead- 
ing independent multi-media packager of major sporting 
events, Metrosports has maintained a close and efficient 
relationship with Maryland athletics. Lenny Klompos 
and his company have represented the Athletic Depart- 
ment lor most of the company's existence putting together 
a strong radio network, handling many delayed telecasts 
in football and for years handling Maryland basketball 
on television. Metrosports has also served the University 
in media advertising. 

In addition to Maryland. Metrosports has worked with 
UCLA. Notre Dame. Marquette, and Depaul, along with 
the ACC. Big East, Big Ten, and the PAC 10 in forming 
networks. 

They have also worked with the Aloha Bowl. Freedom 
Bowl. Hula Bow land Hall of Fame Classic along with the 
Baltimore Orioles, Washington Redskins and Philadel- 
phia Eagles. 

Metrosports also handles the Coaches Television Shows 
at Marvland. 





Johnm fiollidav 




1984 METROSPORTS 
MARYLAND RADIO NETWORK 

MAin I \M) 

Annapolis WNAV 1430 AM 

Annapolis WYRE XI0 AM 

Baltimore WBAL 1090 AM 

ii ii iginating Station) 

Cumberland WTBO 1450 AM 

Chestertown WCTR 1530 AM 

Frederick WFMD 930 AM 

Hagerstown WARK 1490 AM 

Havre dc Grace WASA 1330 AM 

Havre de Grace WHDG 103.7 FM 

Lexington Park WPTX 920 AM 

Ocean City WETT 1590 AM 

Cambridge WCEM 1240 AM 

Salisbury WSBY 960 AM 

PocomokeCity WDMV 540 AM 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Chambersburg WCBG 1590 AM 

York WOYK 1350 AM 

WASHINGTON, D.C. 

Washington WMAL 630 AM 

(Originating station) 

Disclaimer: 

Because of differences in individual station formats, such 
as broadcast hours and other factors, stations along the 
network carry a various schedule of games. 




Pete Wvsocki 



Jack Searbath 



Vince Bagli — Jim West 



43 



ACC HONOR ROLL 1984 

(3.0 Average for full year) 

Doug Burmeister, RB 
(Law Enforcement) 

Greg Harraka, OT '81, '82, '83, 84 
(Industrial Technology) 

Chris Marino, WR 

Frank Reich, QB '81, '82, '83, 84 
(Finance) 

CoSIDA ACADEMIC 
ALL-DISTRICT 1983 






TERRAPINS ON 


ALL-ACC ACADEMIC TEAMS 


1954 


George Palahunik 


1976 


Bob Raba 




John Irvine 




Gene Ochap 


1955 


- Stanley Polyanski 




Jonathan Claiborne 




John Healey 


1977 


- Jonathan Claiborne 


1956 


Mike Sandusky 




Ralph Lary 




Donald Healy 




Joe Muffler 




Tom Selep 




Chris Ward 


1960 


- Dwayne Fletcher 




Kenny Watson 


1961 


- Bob Hacker 


1978 


- John Baldante 




Dick Novak 




Glenn Chamberlain 


1963 


- David Nardo 




Scott Collins 


1967 


- Chuck Tine 




Ralph Lary 


1968 


- Ralph Friedgen 




Phil Livingston 


1970 


- Steve Fromang 




Joe Muffler 




Len Santacroce 




Dean Richards 




Jerry Erhard 


1979 


- Jan Carinci 




Scott Shank 




Scott Fanz 


1972 


- Jerry Erhard 




Ralph Lary 


1973 


- Kim Hoover 




Phil Livingston 


1974 


- Bob Avellini 




Kyle Lorton 




Rick Jennings 




Jim Shaffer 




Phil Waganheim 


1980 


Ralph Lary 




Derick Harris 




Kyle Lorton 




Jim Brechbiel 


1981 


- Brian Riendeau 




Tom Schick 




Mike Muller 


1975 


- Kim Hoover 


1982 


- Joe Aulisi 




John Schult/' 


1983 


- Greg Harraka 




Mike Cielensky 







Greg Harraka, OG 




■ 





Ralph I ar> 



Jonathan C laiborne 



Kim Hoover 



MARYLAND'S ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS 

(Selected by College Sports Information Directors) 

1953 Bernie Faloney (First Team) 

1954 - George Palahunik (First Team) 
1956 Mike Sandusky (First Team) 
1970 - Steve Fromang (Second Team) 
1975 - Kim Hoover (First Team) 

(Sponsored by U.S. Tobacco) 
1977 - Jonathan Claiborne (Second Team) 
Joe Muffler (Second Team) 
Joe Muffler (First Team) 



1978 



1978 



ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN 
SCHOLARSHIP AWARD 

Joe Muffler ($1,500) 



NCAA - CHEVROLET SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS 

($1,000 Each From TV Games) 



1974 



1975 
1976 



1980 
1982 

1983 



Louis Carter vs. North Carolina (ABC) 
Randy White vs. North Carolina (ABC) 
Bob Avellini vs. Penn State (ABC) 
Kevin Benson vs. Kentucky (ABC) 
Mark Manges vs. Kentucky (ABC) 
Alvin Maddox vs. Clemson (ABC) 
Joe Campbell vs. Clemson (ABC) 
Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke (ABC) 
Willie Joyner vs. North Carolina (CBS) 
John Tice vs. Clemson (CBS) 
Lendell Jones vs. Vanderbilt (ABC) 
Tom Parker vs. West Virginia (TBS) 
Boomer Fsiason vs. North Carolina (ABC) 



44 



WEIGHT TRAINING 

Bobbj Ross was an assistant coach with the I errapins 
in l •■> 7 2 vt hen Maryland embarked on an intensive weight 
training program. His feelings towards a weight program 
arc if anything even stronger today. 

Frank Costello installed a downhill running program 
that he picked np from the Russians a few years ago while 
serving as the Maryland track coach in the mid 70's. 

Costello has worked with several Ml teams, especially 
the Green Bay Packers as a conditioning coach during the 
training camps. He is now the conditioning and weight 
training coach tor all Maryland athletes. His training 
programs are designed for each sport and position as 
needed and may be quite effective if followed throughout 
the summer without requiring too much time. 

Maryland football players have pride in their weight 
training and their off season efforts are obvious when they 
return in the fall bench pressing considerably more than 
they did when they completed spring practice. 

Terps still point to Randy White of the Dallas Cowboys 
as an example. White has provided incentive to many 
Maryland athletes with his accomplishments in the 
program. White weighed 212 pounds and bench pressed 
260 pounds when he enrolled at Maryland. He left at 248 
pounds and bench pressed 450. Joining the 400 pound 
bench press club has become a goal for Maryland football 
players. 




THE 400 POUND 
BENCH PRESS CLUB 



(< uncut Players in CAPS) 

4X5 CAR I BOM). ()(i 
465 Pete Koch. 1)1 '83 
460 Mike Yeates, OG '77 

455 PAT D'ATRI, I B 

Scot Ian/, OT '80 

450 David Pacella, OT '82 

Richard Cummins, OG '79 
Randy White. DT '74 
Larry Stewart. OT '79 

445 Mark Duda. DT '82 
Harry Vene/ia, OT '83 
Greg Vanderhout DG '81 

440 RICK BADANJEK, RB 
GREG KOCH, OG 
GREG HARRAKA. OG 

Jim Joyce. DT '83 
Paul Glamp, OG '79 
Tim Whittie, FB '82 

435 Victor Kronberg FB '83 
Darnell Dailey, LB '81 

425 Brian Riendeau, OG '81 

Eric Sievers, TE '80 

Marlin Van Horn. DG '80 
420 Ed Auhsi. OG '82 

Keith Calta DT '78 

Kevin Haussman. DG '78 

Steve Koziel, FB '78 

Mike Muller LB '82 

Joe Wilkins LB '82 

415 Ron Solt, OG '83 

410 Doug Miller. C '83 
Bruce Palmer DG '78 

405 SCOTT TYE. DT. 
Dan Sileo, DG. '83 
David D'Addio. FB '83 
Steve Cianciulli. OG '78 
Louis Weeks, LB '81 

400 LEN LYNCH. OG 

GREG THOMPSON. DG 
JEFF HOLTZINGER. FB 

Shawn Benson. OG '83 
Rodnev Caldwell DG '82 
Pete Glamp OLB '80 
Chris Grey C '79 
Kevin Benson LB '75 
Frank Kolencik DG '82 
Chuck Moss FB 76 
Stan Rogers OT 74 
Bob Raba TE 76 
John Zernhelt OT 77 



45 



MARYLAND ALL-AMERICANS 



HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICANS (AP & UPI) 



1931 Jess Krajcovic — G 

1934 Norwood Sothoron — FB 
Vic Willis — E 

Bill Guckeyson — HB 
Ed Minion — T 

1935 Bill Guckeyson — HB 
Vic Willis — E 

1936 Bill Guckeyson — HB 

1937 Jim Meade — HB 
1940 Bob Smith — C 

Ralph Albarano — T 
1942 Tommv Mont — QB 
Paul Flick — C 

1947 Lou Gambino — HB 
Gene Kinney — C 

1948 Ray Krouse — T 
Elmer Wingate — E 

1950 Ed Modzelewski — FB 

1951 Jack Scarbath — QB 
Tom Cosgrove — C 
Dave Cianelli — FB 
Joe Petruzzo — HB 

1952 Stan Jones— T 

1953 Chet Hanulak — HB 
Ralph Felton — FB 
Bill Walker — E 
John Irvine — C 
Bob Morgan — T 

1954 Dick Bielski — FB 
Ronnie Walker — HB 
Jack Bowersox — G 
John Irvine — C 

Bill Walker — E 



Bob Pellegrini — G 
George Palahunik — G 

1955 Mike Sandusky — T 
Jack Davis — G 

Frank Tamburello — QB 
Ed Heuring — T 

1956 Mike Sandusky — T 
Jack Davis — G 
Gene Alderton — C 

1957 Rod Breedlove — G 
Ed Cooke — E 
Gene Alderton — C 

1958 Rod Breedlove — G 
Fred Cole — T 

1959 Rod Breedlove — G 
Jim Joyce — FB 
Gary Collins — E 
Tom Gunderman — G 
Kurt Schwartz — T 

1960 Gary Collins — E 
Dale Betty — QB 

1961 Bob Hacker — C 

1962 Dick Shiner — QB 
Walter Rock — G 
Roger Shoals — T 
Tom Brown — HB 

1965 Bob Sullivan — DB 

1969 Ralph Sonntag — OT 

1970 Guy Roberts — DE 

1972 Paul Vellano — DG 
Bob Smith — DB 

1973 Randy White — DT 
Louis Carter — HB 



1974 



1975 



1976 



1977 
1978 



1979 
1980 

1982 
1983 



Bob Smith — DB 
Louis Carter — HB 
Steve Mike-Mayer — KS 
Stan Rogers — OT 
Bob Smith — DB 
Harry Walters — LB 
Walter White — TE 
LeRov Hughes — DE 
Jim Brechbiel — DB 
Kevin Benson — LB 
Paul Divito — DG 
Brad Carr — LB 
Ed Fulton — OG 
Mark Manges — QB 
Ken Roy — DB 
Tom Schick — OT 
Larrv Seder — DG 
Ted Klaube — DG 
Steve Atkins — TB 
Charles Johnson — DT 
Bruce Palmer - DG 
Lloyd Burruss — DB 
Charlie Wysocki — TB 
Larrv Stewart — OT 
Charlie Wysocki — TB 
Lloyd Burruss — DB 
Marlin Van Horn — DG 
Jess Atkinson — PK 
Mark Duda — DT 
Boomer Esiason — QB 
Dave Pacella — OT 
John Tice — TE 
Jess Atkinson — PK 
Clarence Baldwin — DB 
Boomer Esiason — QB 
Pete Koch — DT 
Ron Solt — OG 
Eric Wilson — LB 



AMERICAN FOOTBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION 

First Team 

1961 Gary Collins — E 

1973 Paul Vellano — DG 

1974 Randv White — DT 
1976 Joe Campbell — DT 



FOOTBALL WRITERS 




First Team 




1961 


Gary Collins 


- E 


1974 


Randy White - 


- DT 


1976 


Joe Campbell 


- DT 


1979 


Dale Castro 


KS 



ASSOCIATION 



ASSOCIATED PRESS 

First Team 

1950 Bob Ward — G 

1951 Bob Ward — G 

1952 Jack Scarbath — QB 
Dick Modzelewski — QB 

1953 Stan Jones— T 
1955 Bob Pellegrini — C 

1973 Randv White — DT 

1974 Randy White — DT 

Second Team 

1923 Bill Supplee — E 
1928 Gerald Snyder — FB 
1949 Ray Krouse — T 
1951 Dick Modzelewski — T 
Ed Modzelewski — FB 

1953 Bernie Faloney — QB 

1954 Bill Walker — E 
1961 Garv Collins — DT 
1976 Joe Campbell - DT 

Third Team 

1955 Ed Vereb — HB 
1973 Paul Vellano - DG 



INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE 
(now merged as UPI) 

First Team 

Bob Ward — G 
Jack Scarbath — Q 



1951 
1952 



Dick Modzelewski 
1953 Stan Jones — T 

Bernie Falonv — QB 
1955 Bob Pellegrini — C 

Second Team 
1953 Chet Hanulak — QB 
1955 Ed Vereb — HB 



THE SPORTING NEWS 

First Team 

1951 Bob Ward — G 

1952 Jack Scarbath — QB 
Dick Modzelewski — T 

1953 Stan Jones— T 
Bernie Faloney QB 

1955 Bob Pellegrini' - C 

Mike Sandusky — T 
1974 Randy White ' DT 

Steve Mike-Mayer KS 
1976 Joe Campbell — DT 
1979 Dale Castro — KS 

Second Team 
1983 Boomer Esiason QB 

Ron Solt — OG 



UNITED PRESS 

First Team 

1951 Bob Ward — G 

1952 Jack Scarbath — QB 
Dick Modzelewski — T 

1953 Stan Jones — T 
1955 Bob Pellegrini — C 
1961 Gary Collins — DT 
1974 Randv White — DT 
1979 Dale Castro - KS 

Second Team 

1950 Bob Ward— G 

1951 Ed Modzelewski — FB 
1953 Bernie Falonev — QB 
1955 Mike Sandusky - T 

Bill Walker — E 
1973 Paul Vellano - DG 
1976 Joe Campbell — DT 



1951 
1955 



Third Team 

Dick Modzelewski 
Ed Vereb HB 



TIME MAGAZINE 

First Team 

1974 Randy White DT 
Steve Mike-Mayer 



KS 



46 



NATIONAL RANKINGS: I he Maryland rerrapins won the National Championship in 1953 finishing first in all of the 
polls. I he I erps have ranked in the top ten in the Associated Press Poll five times. In 1951 Maryland ranked third but then 
defeated National Champion fennessee 2K- 1 3 in the Sugar Bowl, 





1951 




195.1 




1954 




1955 




19' 


1 


1 ennessee 


1 


MARYLAND 


1 


Ohio State 


1 


Oklahoma 


1 


Pittsburgh 


5 


Mich. St. 


2 


Notre Dame 


2 


U.C.I A 


2 


Mich. St. 


2 


So. ( 


3 


MARYLAND 


3 


Mich. St. 


3 


Oklahoma 


3 


MAR^ LAND 


3 


Michigan 


4 


Illinois 


4 


Oklahoma 


4 


Notre Dame 


4 


UCLA. 


4 


Houston 


5 


Ga. lech. 


5 


U.C.I ..A. 


5 


Na\\ 


5 


T.C.I . 


5 


( )klahoma 


6 


Princeton 


6 


Rice 


6 


Mississippi 


6 


Ohio State 


6 


Ohio Stale 


7 


Stanford 


7 


Illinois 


7 


Arms 


7 


Ga. Tech 


7 


lexas A&M 


S 


Wisconsin 


8 


Ga. lech 


8 


MARYLAND 


8 


Notre Dame 


8 


MARM AND 


9 


Baj lor 


9 


Iowa 


9 


Wisconsin 


9 


Mississippi 


9 


Nebraska 





Oklahoma 


10 


West Va. 


10 


Arkansas 


10 


Auburn 


10 


Georgia 




RANDY WHITE was awarded the 01 TLAND TROPHY, the LOMBARDI TROPHY, the LIBERTY BOWL MVP. 
ACC PLAYER OE THE YEAR honors and his number (94) was retired by the University of Maryland in 1974. White, a 
defensive tackle for the Terps, is now with the Dallas Cowboys of the NFL. 



47 



TERPS ON ALL-ACC TEAMS 



Atlantic Coast Sportswriters Association" 



1953 — FIRST TEAM 

Stan Jones — Tackle 
Jack Bowersox — Guard 
Bernie Faloney — Back 
Chester Hanulak — Back 

-SECOND TEAM 
Bill Walker — End 
Bob Morgan — Tackle 
Ralph Felton — Back 

THIRD TEAM 

John Irvine — Center 
Marty Crytzer — End 

PLAYER OF THE YEAR 

Bernie Faloney 

COACH OF THE YEAR 

Jim Tatum 

1954 — FIRST TEAM 

Bill Walker — End 
Dick Bielski — Back 
Ronnie Waller - Back 

-SECOND TEAM 

Bob Pellegrini — Guard 
John Irvine — Center 

THIRD TEAM 

Jack Bowersox — Guard 

1955 — FIRST TEAM 

Mike Sandusky — Tackle 
Jack Davis — Guard 
Bob Pellegrini — Center 
Ed Vereb — Back 

-SECOND TEAM 
Bill Walker - End 
Russell Dennis — End 
Frank Tamburello — Back 

-PLAYER OF THE YEAR 

Bob Pellegrini — Center 

-COACH OF THE YEAR 

Jim Tatum 

-JACOBS BLOCKING 
TROPHY 

Bob Pellegrini — Center 

1956 - FIRST TEAM 

Mike Sandusky — Tackle 
Jack Davis — Guard 

THIRD TEAM 
Gene Alderton — Center 

1957 — FIRST TEAM 

Ed Cooke — End 

Rod Breedlove — Guard 

-SECOND TEAM 
Gene Alderton Center 

1958 SECOND TEAM 
Fred Cole — Tackle 
Rod Breedlove Guard 

1959 - SECOND TEAM 

Tom Gunderman Guard 
Jim Joyce Back 



1960 — FIRST TEAM 

Gary Collins — End 

1961 —FIRST TEAM 

Gary Collins — End 
Bob Hacker — Center 

-SECOND TEAM 

Roger Shoals — Tackle 
Bill Kirchiro — Tackle 

1962 — FIRST TEAM 

Walter Rock — Guard 
Dick Shiner — Back 
Tom Brown — Back 

1963 — SECOND TEAM 

Dick Shiner — Back 

1964 — FIRST TEAM 

Jerry Fishman — Guard 

SECOND TEAM 

Olaf Drozdov — Tackle 
Tom Hickey — Back 

1965 — DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Bob Sullivan — Back 

1966 — DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Dick Absher — End 

1969 — OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Ralph Sonntag — Tackle 

JACOBS BLOCKING 
TROPHY 

Ralph Sonntag 

1970 — DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Guy Roberts — End 

1971 —OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Dan Bungori — End 

1972 — DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Paul Vellano — Guard 
Bob Smith — Safety 

1973 — DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Randy White — Tackle 
Paul Vellano — Guard 
Bob Smith — Safely 

-OFFENSIVE TEAM 
Louis Carter — Tailback 

-COACH OF THE YEAR 

Jerry Claiborne 

1974 - DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Bob Smith — Safety 

Harry Walters Linebacker 

Randy White Tackle 

OFFENSIVE TEAM 
Louis Carter Tailback 
Stan Rogers Tackle 
Steve Mike-Mayer Kicker 

PLAYER OF THE YEAR 
Randy White Del. Tackle 

1975 DEFENSIVE TEAM 
1 eRoj Hughes End 



Jim Brechbiel - Back 
Kevin Benson - Linebacker 
Joe Campbell -- Tackle 
Paul Divito — Guard 

-OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Marion Koprowski — Tackle 

-SPECIALIST 

Mike Sochko — Kicker 

COACH OF THE YEAR 

Jerry Claiborne 

1976— DEFENSIVE TEAM 
Ken Roy — Back 
Joe Campbell — Tackle 
Brad Carr Linebacker 
Larry Seder Guard 

-OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Mark Manges Quarterback 
Ed Fulton — Guard 
Tom Schick — Tackle 

COACH OF THE YEAR 

Jerry Claiborne 

1977 -DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Ted Klaube Guard 

1978 — DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Bruce Palmer — Guard 
Charles Johnson — Tackle 
Lloyd Burruss Back 

1979 — OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Larry Stewart — Tackle 
Charlie Wysocki — Tailback 

-SPECIALIST 

Dale Castro - Kicker 

1980 — OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Charlie Wysocki — Tailback 

- DEFENSIVE TEAM 
Lloyd Burruss Back 
Marlin Van Horn — Guard 

1982 — OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Dave Pacella Tackle 

DEFENSIVE TEAM 
Mark Duda Tackle 

SPECIALIST 

Jess Atkinson Kicker 

- COACH OF THE YEAR 

Hobby Ross 

1983 - OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Ron Solt — Guard 

- DEFENSIVE TEAM 
Clarence Baldwin Back 
Pete Koch Jackie 

I iic Wilson I inebacker 



48 



OUTSTANDING A WARDS IN THE PAST 



OU I I WD I ROIMIY (1 ineman ol Year) 
1952 Dick Modzelewski 
1974 Rand} White 

WAl.l'l K C \MP Ml MOR1A1 I ROPHY 
(Player oi Year) 

1955 Bob Pellegrini 

I OMHARDI I ROIMIY (1 ineman ol Year) 
1974 Rand\ White 



N A I IONA1 FOOl BA1 I FOUNDATION 

HAM Ol I W1I 
1980 Bob Ward 
1983 .lack Scarbath 

HEISMAN AWARD (Outstanding < ollege Football Player) 
1952 .lack Scarbath (Runner-up) 

NATIONA1 COACH OF YEAR (by I III SPORTING NEWS] 
1974 Jerry Claiborne 



UNI I I D PR1 SS I INI MAN Ol YEAR 

1955 Bob Pellegrini 

1974 Randy White 

Ml \NIIC OOASI CONFERENCE (Player ol Year) 

1953 Bernie Faloney 

1955 Bob Pellegrini 

1974 Randy White 



(bv the Washington 1 1) Club) 
19X2 Bobbj Ross 

OUTSTANDING PLAYER COLLEGE AIT-STARS 
1956 Bob Pellegrini 

MVP BLUE-GRAY GAME 
1971 - Guy Roberts 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE (Coach of Year) 

1953 Jim Tatum 

1955 Jim latum 

1973 -- Jerry Claiborne 

1975 Jerry Claiborne 

1976 Jerry Claiborne 
I9S2 Bobby Ross 

JACOBS BLOCKING TROPHY 

1955 Bob Pellegrini 

1969 Ralph Sonntag 

1982 Dave Pacella 



MVP COACHES ALL-AMERICAN GAME 

1974 Louis Carter 

MVP LIBERTY BOWL 

1974 - Randy White 

MVP -- GATOR BOWL 

1975 -- Steve Atkins 

BRIAN PICCOLO AWARD 

1973 -- Al Neville 

1974 Dave Visaggio 



THE COACHES AWARDS 



OFFENSIVE B\( K 



Ol 1 FNS1\ K I I MM \\ 



1952 

1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
I960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
19-0 

1977 

1978 

19-9 
1980 
1981 
1982 

1983 



Chester Hanulak — HB 
Ralph Felton FB 
Ron Waller MB 
Ed Vereb HB 
Fred Hamilton HB 

Bob Ruse\lvan QB 
Bob Rusevlyan QB 



Jim Joyce 
Dale Bett\ 



Dick 
Tom 
Dick 
Tom 
Wall 
Alan 
Bills 
Bilh 



Shiner 
Broun 
Shiner 
Hickes 
Marciniak 
Pastrana 
Lovett - 
Lovett 
Tom Miller 
Art Se\more 
Al Neville 
Boh Avellini 
I OUIS Carter 
I ouis Cartel 
John Schultz 
Mark Mange 



FB 
QB 
QB 
HB 
QB 
TB 
FB 
QB 
FB 
IB 
FB 
HB 
QB 
QB 
IB 
IB 
WB 
QB 



Larrs Dick QB 
George Scott HB 
Steve Atkins I B 

Charlie Wysocki IB 
Charlie Wysocki TB 
"Boomer" Esiason QB 
"Boomer" Esiason QB 

Willie Josner RB 
Willie Joyner RB 



Tom 


Cosgrose 


C 


Marts Crytzer 


- E 


Jack 


Bosscrsos 


G 


Russell Dennis 


- E 


Al Wharton 


T 


Tom 


Gunderman 


Fred 


Cole - 


T 


Tom 


Gunderman 


Bob 


Hacker 


C 


Roge 


r Shoals 


- T 


Roger Shoals 


- T 


Gene 


Feher - 


C 


Joe 


-rataroli 


G 


Malt 


Arhutina 


- T 


Tim 


Cichokski 


- T 


Ron 


Pearson 


G 


Bill 


sleister — 


G 


Bill 


Meistei 


G 


Pat 


Burke - 


G 


Tim 


Brannon 


G 


Tim 


Brannon 


G 


Bart 


Purs is 


G 


Stan 


Rogers 


T 


Marion Kopro 


SSskl 


Ed Fulton 


G 


Tom 


Schick - 


T 


Mikt 


Yeates 


G 



Eric Sievers — TE 
Kersun Wsatt — G 
Kesvin Wsatt G 
Eric Sieser — TE 
Dase Pacella — T 
Dase Pacella — T 

Ron Soil — G 



DEFENSIVE BA( K 

Ed Fullerton - HB 
Dick Nolan - HB 
Joe Horning HB 
Lvnn Beightol QB 
Bob Rusevlyan - QB 
Bob Layman HB 

Jim Joyce — FB 
Dsvayne Fletcher HB 
Jim Dasidson HB 
Tom Brown — H B 
Joe Hrezo LB 
Eernie Ariz/i HB 
Bob Sullisan HB 

Fred Cooper — HB 
Lou Stickel — HB 
Bob Colbert HB 
Kenns Dutton HB 

Tons Greene — S 
Tony Greene — S 
Larrs Marshall HB 
Bob Smith S 
Harrs Walters LB 

Harr\ Walters 1 B 
Kevin Benson 1 B 
Brad Carr - LB 

Brad Carr 1 B 

Neal Olkewicz LB 

Brian Matera — LB 

Llovd Burruss HB 
Darnell Dailev LB 
Bill McFadden HB 

Clarence Baldssin HB 



DEFENSIVE LINEM W 



John Alderman 


- E 


Bob Morgan 


T 


Tom McLuckie 


- G 


Mike Sandusky 


- T 


Mike Sandusky 


T 


Rod Breedlose 


- G 


Ben Scotti — E 




Rod Breedlose 


- G 


Tom Sankovich 


- T 


Dase Crossan 


- T 


Walter Rock 


G 


Joe Ferranle - 


G 


Olaf Drozdov - 


T 


Larry Bagranoff 


- T 


Jim Las rusks 


LB 


Mike Grace — 


G 


Henrs Gareis - 


E 


Peter Mania 


T 


(jus Roberts - 


E 


Chris Cowdres 


- E 


Paul Vellano — 


G 


Rands White 


T 


Rands White - 


T 


Paul Disito 


G 


Joe Campbell — 


- T 



Ted Klaube — G 

Charles Johnson — T 
Bruce Palmer — G 
James Shaffer — E 
Ed Gall T 

Greg Yanderhout — G 
Mark Duda T 

Pete Koch — T 



49 






THE TERP A WARDS 



The Alvin L. Aubinoe Trophy to the 

1956 Al Wharton -- Tackle 

1957 Wilbur Main -- Center 

1958 Ted Kershner -- Back 

1959 Joe Gardi - Tackle 

1960 Leroy Dietrich -- Center 

1961 Dick Barlund -- End 

1962 Murnis Banner -- Halfback 

1963 George Stem -- Halfback 

1964 John Kenny -- End 

1965 Charles Krahling -- Center 



unsung hero of the season. 

1966 Bobby Collins -- Back 1976 

1967 Pat Baker - Back 1977 

1968 Rick Carlson -- End 1978 

1969 Paul Fitzpatrick -- Back 1979 

1970 Robert J. MacBnde - - Tackle 1980 

1971 Jeff Shugars -- Quarterback 1981 

1972 Ron Kecman -- Center 1982 

1973 Ken Scott - - Tackle 

1974 Frank Russell -- End 

1975 Jim Richey - - Tackle 1983 



Bob Raba End 

Don Rhodes -- Center 

Mike Simon -- Center 

Richard Cummins -- Guard 

Scott Fanz - - Tackle 

Todd Wright -- Center 

Frank Kolencik — Defensive guard 

John Nash -- Back 

Doug Miller -- Center 

Tyrone Furman -- Guard 



The George C. Cook Memorial Scholarship Trophy to a member of the football team with the highest scholastic average. 

1962 Don White -- Quarterback 1969 
Dave Nardo — End 
Dave Nardo — End 
Bruce Springer -- Back 
Larry Bagranoff - - Tackle 
Chuck Tine — Tackle 
Ralph Friedgen -- Guard 
William Grant -- End 1976 Jonathan Claiborne -- Safety 



1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 



1970 
1971 

1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 



Ralph Friedgen -- Guard 
Patrick M. Burke -- Guard 
Steve Fromang - Tackle 
Steve Fromang - - Tackle 
James Martell -- End 
Kim Hoover -- End 
Kim Hoover - End 
Jonathan Claiborne 



1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 



Jonathan Claiborne -- Safety 
Joe Muffler -- Defensive End 
Ralph Lary -- Safety 
Ralph Lary -- Safety 
Mark Sobel -- End 
Gregory E. Harraka - Center 
Gregory E. Harraka -- Guard 



Anthony C. Nardo Memorial Trophy to the best football lineman of the year. 



1950 Bob Ward -- Guard 

1951 Bob Ward -- Guard 

1952 William Maletzky -- Guard 

1953 Stan Jones - Tackle 

1954 Bob Pellegrini - Guard 

1955 Mike Sandusky - - Tackle 

1956 Al Wharton -- Tackle 



Don Healy - Tackle 
Fred Cole - - Tackle 

1959 Tom Gunderman -- Guard 

1960 Garv Collins -- End 

1961 Bill Kirchio - - Tackle 

1962 Dave Crossan - - Tackle 

1963 Olaf Drozdov - - Tackle 



1957 
1958 



1964 Fred Joyce -- Guard 

1965 Dick Absher -- End 

1966 Dick Absher -- End 

1967 Jim Lavrusky -- Linebacker 

1968 Ron Pearson -- End 

1969 Peter Mattia - Tackle 



1981 Dave Pacella - Tackle 

1982 Dave Pacella - - Tackle 

1983 Ron Solt -- Guard 



Bob Beall - Tommy Marcos Trophy to the best football lineman of the year 

1970 Guy M. Roberts -- End 1973 Randy White -- Tackle 

1971 Dennis O'Hara -- End 1974 Randy White -- Tackle 

1972 Paul Vellano -- Guard 1980 Eric Sievers -- Tight End 

Ray Krouse Memorial Award to most valuable senior. 

1974 Randy White -- Def. Tackle 1978 Neal Olkewicz -- Linebacker 1982 John Tice 

1975 John Schultz -- Wingback 1979 Brian Matera -- Linebacker 

1976 Tim Wilson -- Fullback 1980 Llovd Burruss — D. Halfback 



1983 



Tight end 
Boomer Esiason Quarterback 



1977 


Ted Klaube -- Guard 


1981 


Greg Vanderhout — 


D. Guard 




Jim Tatum Memorial Trophy to the 


outstanding tackle. 






1959 


Kurt Schwarz 


1968 


Tom Plevin 


1976 


Joe Campbell 


1960 


Tom Sankovich 


1969 


Peter Mattia 


1977 


Ted Klaube 


1961 


Bill Kirchiro 


1970 


Peter Mattia 


1978 


Charles Johnson 


1962 


Dave Crossan 


1971 


Guy Roberts 


1979 


Kervin Wyatt 


1963 


Olaf Drozdov 


1972 


Paul Vellano 


1980 


Ed Gall 


1964 


Larry Bagranoff 


1973 


Randy White 


1981 


Greg Vanderhout 


1965 


Larry Bagranoff 


1974 


Randy White 


1982 


Mark D. Duda 


1966 


Tom Cichowski 


1975 


Paul Divito 


1983 


Ron Solt 


1967 


Tom Myslinski 




Marion Koprowski 







The Teke Trophy to the student who 
the Terrapin Club Award in 1975). 

1949 John Idzik —Back 

1950 John Idzik -- Back 

1951 Bob Ward -- Guard 

1952 Ed Fullerton Back 

1953 Bernie Faloney - Back 

1954 John Irvine -- Center 

1955 Bob Pellegrini - Center 

1956 Mike Sandusky - Tackle 

1957 Gene Alderton — Center 

1958 Bob Rusevlyan - Back 

1959 Kurt Schwarz Tackle 

1960 Vincent Scott -- End 



during his four years at the University has rendered the greatest service to football. (Became 



1961 Gary Collins -- End 1973 

1962 Tom Brown -- Halfback 1974 

1963 Bob Burton -- Halfback 1975 

1964 Olaf Drozdov - Tackle 1976 

1965 George Stem -- Back 1977 

1966 Dick Absher -- End 1978 

1967 Lou Stickel -- Back 1979 

1968 Billy Lovett - Fullback 1980 

1969 Kenneth B. Dutton -- Back 1981 

1970 Peter Mattia - Tackle 1982 

1971 Tommy Miller Back 1983 

1972 Don Ratliff End 



Paul Vellano -- Guard 

Randy White - Tackle 

LeRov Hughes - End 

Bob Raba End 

Brad Carr Linebacker 

Dean Richards - End 

James Shaffer End 

Lloyd Burruss - Halfback 

Charlie Wysocki - Tailback 

Mike Corvino Defensive Guard 

Boomer Esiason - Quarterback 



50 



MARYLAND COACHES 
DOWN THE YEARS 





MARYLAND tGGIES 




I 


NIVIRSin Ol MAKYI 


WD 


1956 




2 


7 1 












1957 


-lunula Mom 


5 


5 


Yeai 


He. nl I ii.nll 


W 1 1 


I92d 




7 2 


1958 


4 


6 
5 
4 


1892 


•W. V. Skinnei 


(1 1 (1 


1921 




3 5 1 


I959~ 




5 
6 


1893 


♦S H. Harding 


6 


1922 




4 5 1 


I960 




1894 


•J. G. Bannon 


3 3 


1923 




7 2 1 


1961 




7 


3 


1895 


No ream 




1924 




3 3 3 


1 962 


•Tom Nugent 


6 


4 


1896 


*( irem tile 1 ewis 


6 2 2 


1925 




2 5 1 


1963 


3 

5 


7 
5 


1897 


'John Lillibridge 


2 4 


1926 




5 4 1 


1 964 




1898 


• i 1 Kenly 


2 5 


1927 


-II C Byrd 


4 7 


1965- 




4 


6 


1899 


*S M ( miki- 


1 4 


1928 




6 < 1 


1966 


Lou Saban 


4 


i, o 


1900 


*l 11 IVlCIS 


1 4 1 


1929 




4 4 2 


1967 







9 


1901 


*1 H Hunbai 


1 7 


1930 




7 5 


1968 


-Bob Ward 


? 


8 


1902^ 




3 5 2 


1931 




8 1 1 


1969 




3 


7 


1903 


-1). John Markej 


7 4 


1932 




5 6 


1970 


-Rov Lester 


? 


9 


1904 




2 4 2 


1933 




3 7 


1971 




2 


9 


1 905 




6 4 


1934 




7 3 


1972" 




5 


5 1 


1906 


-Fred Nielsen 


5 3 


1935 




7 2 2 


1973 




8 


4 


1907 


C. G. Church & C. Melick 


3 6 


1936 


Jack Faber 


6 5 


1974 




8 


4 


1908 


Bill Lang 


3 8 


1937 




8 2 


1975 




9 


2 1 


1909 


Barney Cooper & E. 1 arkin 


2 5 


1938 


Frank M. Dobson 


2 7 


1976 




I | 


1 II 


1910 


R. Alston 


4 3 1 


1939 




2 7 


1977 


-Jerrv Claiborne 


8 


4 (1 


191! 


c Donnellj & H C. Bvrd 


4 4 2 


1940 


Jack Faber, Al Heagy 


2 6 1 


1978 




9 


3 


1912 




6 1 1 


1941 


U A1 Woods 


3 5 1 


1979 




7 


4 


1913 




6 3 


1942 Clark Shaughnessy 


7 2 


1980 




8 


4 


1914 


■H. C. Bvrd 


5 3 


1943 




4 5 


1981 




4 


6 1 


1915 




6 3 


1944 


Clarence Spears 


1 7 1 


1982 


Bobbv Ross 


8 


4 








1945 


Paul "Bear" Brvant 


6 2 1 


1983 


8 


4 








1946 


Clark Shaughnessy 


3 6 










MARYLAND STATE 




1947 
1948 




7 2 2 
6 4 


91 Year Totals 

•Teams Coached bv Captains 


457 


394 39 


1916 




6 2 


1949 




9 1 








1917 




4 3 1 


1950 




7 2 I 








1918 


H C. Bvrd 


4 1 1 


1951 


-Jim Tatum 


10 








1919 




5 4 


1952 
1953 
1954 




7 2 

10 1 
7 2 1 














1955 




10 1 











ALL TIME MARYLAND FOOTBALL RECORDS AGAINST ALL OPPONENTS 



Air Force Acad 2 

Alabama I 

Alex. High 1 

American Univ 

Auburn Univ 1 

Bainbndge Training 1 

Baltimore Citv Col 2 

Baltimore Med. Col 

Baltimore Poly 3 

Bavlor Univ 1 

Bethel Mil. Acad 1 

Boston Univ 2 

Business High I 

Carnegie Tech 

Catholic Univ 8 

Central High 6 

Charlotte Hall Mil 1 

Chicago Univ 

Cincinnati 2 

Clemson Univ 17 

Clifton Ath. Club I 

Columbia Ath. Club 

Connecticut 1 

Curtis Bay Coast Guard 

Delaware 3 

Dinkinson Col 1 

Duke 13 

Duquesne Univ 1 

Eastern High 4 

Episcopal High 

Univ. of Florida 6 

Florida State 

Fortress Monroe 

Fredericksburg Col 2 

Gallaudet _ 9 

Georgetown Univ 6 

Georgetown Prep 1 



L 


1 








2 











1 





2 





1 











1 





1 





1 























1 





1 


2 


2 











1 











14 


1 








1 











1 





5 


1 








13 

















3 





11 





2 








1 








6 


1 


9 





1 






YY L T 

George Washington 10 3 

Univ. of Georgia 3 2 1 

Gibraltar Ath. Club I 

Gonzaga High 1 I 

Greenville (SC) AAB I 

Guilford Col 1 

Gunton Temple Bapt. Ch 1 

Hampden Sydney 2 2 

Haverford Col 2 

Houston I 

Indiana State I 

Indiana Univ 2 

Johns Hopkins 16 II 5 

Univ. of Kentucky 3 2 2 

Lakehurst Nav. Air Sta 1 

Louisana State Univ 3 

Louisville 2 

U. S. Marine Barracks 1 

Merchant Marine Acad 1 

Miami 6 5 

Miami (Ohio) 1 

Michigan State I 4 

Minnesota 1 

Mississippi 1 1 

Mississippi State 1 

Missouri 6 

Mt. of St. Joseph's Col 2 

Mt. St. Mary's Col 2 2 I 

Mt. Washington Club 1 

Naw 5 14 

New York Univ 2 

North Carolina 21 25 I 

N C State 19 17 4 

Ohio Univ 1 

Oklahoma Univ 4 

Old. Univ. of Md 3 2 1 

Olvmpia Ath. Club I 



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YY I. T 

Orient Ath. Club I 

Pennsylvania I 4 

Penn State 1 26 

Penn Military 3 1 

Pittsburgh 1 1 

Princeton 2 

Randolph-Macon Col .021 

Rich. Army Air Base I 

Richmond Univ II 5 2 

Rock Hill Col 3 I 

Rutgers Univ 4 3 

St. Johns Col 18 II 

Univ. ofS. C 17 II 

SMU 2 

Swarthmore Col 1 

Syracuse 13 13 2 

Tech. High 5 2 

UCLA I I 

Univ. ofTenn 1 5 

Univ. of Texas 3 

Texas A & M 2 

Third Army Corps I 

Tulane Univ 2 2 

Vanderbilt 3 6 

Villanova 8 2 

Virginia 31 15 2 

Virginia Mil. Inst 14 9 2 

Virginia Tech 14 10 

Wake Forest 23 8 1 

Walbrook Ath. Club 1 

Washington & Lee 13 5 2 

Washington Col 18 3 I 

Western High I 

Western Md 18 13 1 

West Virginia 9 10 2 

William & Marv 1 2 

Yale Univ 2 8 1 



TERP LEADERS OVER THE YEARS 
Single Season Marks 



(Regular Season Games) 



SCORING 

97 Bob Shemonski — 1950 

96 Lu Gambino — 1947 

96 Ed Vereb — 1955 

87 Jess Atkinson — 1982 

84 Louis Carter — 1973 

79 Steve Mike-Mayer — 1974 

73 Jess Atkinson — 1983 

73 Ed Loncar — 1978 

70 Dale Castro — 1979 

69 Steve Mike-Mayer — 1973 

67 Mike Sochko — 1975 

66 Charlie Wysocki — 1980 

66 Steve Atkins — 1978 

66 Ed Modzelewski— 1951 

60 Jess Atkinson — 1981 

56 John Schultz — 1974 

56 Rick Badanjek — 1982. 1983 

55 Darryl Hill — 1963 

55 Kambiz Behbahani — 1971 

54 Steve Atkins — 1977 

54 Bernie Faloney — 1953 

54 Dick Bielski — 1954 

53 Ralph Felton — 1953 

TOUCHDOWNS 

16 Lu Gambino — 1947 

16 Bob Shemonksi — 1950 

16 Ed Vereb — 1955 

14 Louis Carter — 1973 

1 1 Charlie Wysocki — 1980 

1 1 Steve Atkins — 1978 

11 Ed Modezelewski — 1951 

9 Alvin Maddox — 1977 

9 Bernie Falonev — 1954 

9 John Schultz — 1974 

9 Rick Badanjek — 1982, 1983 

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 

8 Dan Bungori — 1971 

7 Billv Van Heusen — 1966 

7 Darryl Hill — 1963 

7 Greg Hill — 1982, 1983 

6 Don Ratliff — 1972 

5 Walter White — 1973 

5 Kim Hoover — 1975 

INTERCEPTIONS 

10 Bob Sullivan - 1965 

8 Tom Brown — 1961 

7 Clarence Baldwin — 1983 
7 Lendell Jones - 1982 

7 Ralph Lary - 1979 

7 Bob Smith - 1972 

6 Larrv Marshall - 1971 
6 Tom Brown - 1962 

6 Bernie Faloney — 1953 

6 Joe Horning — 1951 

RUSHING PLAYS 

334 Charlie Wvsocki — 1980 

283 Steve Atkins — 1978 

247 Charlie Wvsocki — 1979 

224 Louis Carter - 1974 

221 Art Seymore — 1970 

218 Louis Carter - 1973 

217 Billy Lovett — 1968 

198 Willie Joyner 1983 

188 George Scott - 1977 

182 Bo Hickev 1964 



177 Willie Jovner 1982 

169 Tommy Miller - 1969 

159 Charlie Wysocki — 1981 

156 Len Chiaverini — 1962 

147 Steve Atkins — 1977 

141 Alvin Maddox — 1976 

TOTAL OFFENSE 

2290 "Boomer" Esiason - 1983 

2231 "Boomer" Esiason - 1982 

1689 Bob Avellini — 1974 

1593 Mark Manges — 1976 

1560 "Boomer" Esiason — 1981 

1426 Dick Shiner — 1962 

1421 Tim O'Hare — 1978 

1395 Alan Pastrana 1966 

1386 Jack Scarbath — 1952 

1359 Charlie Wvsocki - 1980 

1301 Larrv Dick — 1977 

1265 Al Neville — 1971 

1261 Steve Atkins — 1978 

1257 Bob Avellini — 1972 

1186 Dick Shiner — 1963 

1156 Larry Dick - 1975 

YARDS PASSING 

2322 "Boomer" Esiason — 1983 

2302 "Boomer" Esiason — 1982 

1648 Bob Avellini — 1974 

1635 "Boomer" Esiason — 1981 

1499 Alan Pastrana — 1966 

1388 Tim O'Hare — 1978 

1351 Larrv Dick — 1977 

1324 Dick Shiner — 1962 

1275 Al Neville — 1971 

1251 Bob Avellini — 1972 

1190 Larrv Dick — 1975 

1165 Dick Shiner — 1963 

1149 Jack Scarbath — 1952 

1145 Mark Manges — 1976 

1076 Tommv Mont — 1942 

1053 Alan Pastrana — 1968 

MOST PASS COMPLETIONS 

176 "Boomer" Esiason — 1982 

163 "Boomer" Esiason — 1983 

122 "Boomer" Esiason — 1981 

121 Dick Shiner — 1962 

112 Bob Avellini — 1974 

108 Dick Shiner — 1963 

107 Al Neville — 1971 

105 Tim O.Hare — 1978 

102 Al Pastrana — 1966 

98 Bob Avellini — 1972 

90 Larry Dick — 1975 

83 Larry Dick - 1977 

82 Dale Bettv — 1960 

81 Al Pastrana — 1968 

81 Mark Manges — 1976 

MOST YARDS 

PASS RECEPTIONS 

593 Lloyd Colteryahn 1952 

575 Dean Richards - 1978 

570 Greg Hill — 1983 

557 Tom Brown — 1962 

536 Billv Van Heusen 1966 

532 Kim Hoove' — 1975 

516 Darryl Hill - 1963 

515 Don Ratliff 1972 

505 Vince Kinney - 1977 

499 Roland Merritt 1969 

498 Russell Davis 1981 



490 Dan Bungori — 1971 

472 Frank Russell — 1972 

468 Frank Russell — 1973 

465 Russell Davis 1983 

462 Bobby Collins 1965 

MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES 

18 "Boomer" Esiason — 1982 

17 Alan Pastrana — 1966 

15 "Boomer" Esiason — 1983 

12 Tommy Mont — 1942 

1 I Mark Manges - 1976 

10 Al Neville— 1971 

10 Dick Shiner — 1963 

10 Vic Turyn — 1948 

9 "Boomer" Esiason — 1981 

8 Jack Scarbath — 1951 

8 Larry Dick — 1975 

MOST PASS RECEPTIONS 

47 Tom Brown — 1962 

43 Darryl Hill — 1963 

39 Frank Russell — 1973 

38 Kim Hoover — 1975 

36 Don Ratliff— 1972 

35 Dean Richards — 1978 

34 JohnTice — 1982 

32 Vince Kinney — 1977 

32 Dan Bungori — 1971 

32 Dennis O'Hare - 1971 

32 Lloyd Colteryahn — 1952 

31 John Tice —'1981 

31 Frank Russell — 1974 

30 Jan Carinci — 1979 

30 Frank Russell 1972 

30 Garv Collins - 1960 

30 Garv Collins — 1961 

29 Russell Davis — 1983 

29 Chris Havener — 1980 

27 Greg Hill — 1983 

27 Walter White - 1973 

27 Walter White 1974 

27 Russell Davis — 1982 

YARDS RUSHING 

1359 Charlie Wvsocki - 1980 

1261 Steve Atkins — 1978 

1 140 Charlie Wvsocki — 1979 

1063 Willie Jovner - 1982 

991 Louis Carter — 1974 

963 Billy Lovett — 1968 

945 Art'Seymore — 1970 

908 Willie Joyner — 1983 

904 Lu Gambino — 1947 

894 Bo Kickey — 1964 

894 George Scott — 1977 

834 Ed Modzelewski 1951 

801 Louis Carter — 1973 

753 Chet Hanulak - 1953 

715 Charlie Wvsocki 1981 

678 Alvin Maddox 1976 

642 Ed Vereb — 1955 

635 Rick Badanjek 1983 

629 Tom Miller 1969 

625 Ed Modzelewski 1949 

621 Steve Atkins 1976 

610 Tim Wilson 1976 

602 Len Chiaverini 1962 

TACKLES 

188 Neal Olkewicz - 1978 

186 Ted Klaube - 1977 

180 Eric Wilson 1983 



173 Harrv Walters — 1974 

159 Brian Matera — 1979 

157 Brad Carr — 1976 

151 Bruce Palmer — 1978 

147 Randy White — 1974 

SACKS 

13 Mark Duda — 1982 

13 Bruce Palmer — 1978 
12 Randv White — 1974 

12 Charles Johnson — 1978 
II Mike Corvino — 1981 

11 Marlin Van Horn — 1978 
10 Gurnest Brown — 1981 

8 Ernie Sallev — 1975 

7 Joe Campbell — 1975 

TACKLES IN BACKFIELD 

24 Randv White — 1974 

18 Charles Johnson — 1978 

17 Bruce Palmer — 1978 

15 Gurnest Brown — 1981 

14 Marlin Van Horn — 1978 
14 Chip Garber — 1976 

14 Mike Corvino — 1981 

14 Mark Duda — 1982 

13 Charles Johnson — 1977 
13 Ernie Sallev — 1975 

12 Joe Campbell — 1975 
12 Paul Divito 1975 




52 



MARYLAND FOOTBALL RECORDS 



SINGLE CAME - INDIVIDl AL 



SCORING 

Most Points Scored 

31 by Bob Shemonski vs Virginia rech, 1950(5 rds, I I'M) 

Most Touchdowns Scored 

5 by Bob Shemonski vs. Virginia rech, 1950 

Most Points- After- touchdown Scored 

8 bv Steve Mike-Meyei vs. Duke. 1974 

8 by Mike Sochko vs Virginia, 1975 

Most Touchdown Passes Caught: (tied Record) 

2 h\ Hon (ilc.iMU'i \s Vnginia, 1945 

2 by Leroj Mortoi vs Michigan State, 1946 

2 by Lou Gambino vs West Virginia, 1947 

2 by Elmer Wingate vs. George Washington, I94S 

2 by Stan Karnash w George Washington, 1949 

2 by Pete Augsberger vs. South Carolina, 1949 

2 by Henry Fox vs. Georgetown. 1949 

2 by Lloyd Coltervahn vs. LSU, 1952 

2 by Bill Walker vs Alabama. 1953 

2 bv Gary Collins vs. Clemson, 1959 

2 by Billy Van Heusen vs. N.C. State. 1966 

2 by Dan Bungori vs. Florida, 1971 

2 by Vince Kinney vs. Villanova, 1975 

2 by Chris Havener \s. Clemson, 1980 

2 h\ Russell Davis vs. Penn State. 1982 

2 h\ Greg Hill vs. Wake Forest, 1982 

2 h\ Greg Hill vs. Duke, 1982 

2 b\ Greg Hill vs. West Virginia, 1983 

2 by Greg Hill vs. Wake Forest, 1983 

Most Touchdowns Responsibility (Run and Pass) 

5 bv Bob Shemonski vs. Virginia Tech. 1950 

Most Field Goals Scored 

5 by Dale Castro vs, Mississippi State. 1979 



Longest Scoring Pass and Run 

92 yards by Stan Lavinc to Ed Bolton VI South ' arolina, 1949 (pass 

15 yards, run 77 yards) 
Longest Scoring Run After Pass 
77 yards bv Ed Bolton on pass from Stan Lavinc vs South ' arolina. 

1949 (pass 15 yards) 

Longest Non-Scoring Pass and Run 

73 yards byTommv Mont in Hubie Werner vs. Lakehurst, 1942 (pass 

32 yards, run 41 yards) 
Longest Non-Scoring Run After Pass 
41 yards by Hubie Werner vs 1 akehurst, 1942, on 32 yard pa from 

Tommy Mont 
Longest Scoring Pass 

40 yards h\ Dick Novak to Jim Davidson vs. West Virginia, 1959 
Longest Non-Scoring Pass 

50 yards by Alan Pastrana to Ralph Donofrio vs. Wake Forest, 1966 
Most Passes Had Intercepted 
4 by Dick Shiner vs. Navy, 1963 
4 by Alan Pastrana vs. Clemson. 1966 
4 by Larry Dick vs. North Carolina. 1977 
Most Passes Intercepted 
4 by Lendell Jones vs. Duke, 1982 
Most Yards Gained On Interception Runhacks 
1 1 1 yards by Dick Lewis vs. North Carolina State, 1956 
Longest Scoring Run of Intercepted Pass 
100 yards by Joe Horning vs. Missouri, 1951 (105 actual) 
100 yards by Dickie Lewis vs. N.C. State, 1956 (103 actual) 
100 yards by Tom Brown vs. Virgina, 1962 
Longest Non-Scoring Run of Intercepted Pass 
89 yards by Kevin Benson vs. Virginia. 1973 
Longest Scoring Run of Intercepted Pass By Opponent 

93 yards by Walter Matson of Pennsylvania, 1941 

OTHERS 



TOTAL OFFENSE 

Most Net Yards Gained Rushing and Passing 

327 bv Boomer F.siason vs. Auburn, 1983 

Most Total Plays 

50 by Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke, 1980 (50 rushes) 

Best Offensive Average 

(Minimum Four Plays, Rushing and Passing) 

24.0 by Ernie Arizzi vs. Syracuse, 1961 (4 plays, 96 yards) 



RUSHING 

Most Yards Gained Rushing (Net) 

240 by Willie Joyner vs. North Carolina. 1982 

Most Rushes 

50 by Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke, 1980 

Best Rushing Average 

24.0 bv Ernie Arizzi vs. Syracuse. 1961 (4 carries) 

Longest Scoring Run From Scrimmage 

98 yards by Steve Atkins vs. Clemson. 1978 

Longest Non-Scoring Run From Scrimmage 

76 yards by Harry Bonk vs. North Carolina. 1949 

Most Rushes In a Half 

32 bv Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke. 1980 (second half) 



PASSING 

Most Yards Gained Passing 

355 by Boomer Esiason vs. Auburn (23 37). 1983 

Most Passes Attempted 

42 by Boomer Esiason vs. West Virginia, (completed 23) 1983 

Most Passes Completed 

24 by "Boomer" Esiason vs. West Virginia and Clemson, 1982 

(attempted 40 & 39) 
Best Completion Percentage 
(Minimum. 10 attempts) 
.909 by Bob Avellini vs. Duke, 1974 (10 of II) 
Most Touchdown Passes Thrown 
4 by Mark Manges vs. Villanova. 1975 
Most Passes Caught 
II by John Tice vs. Clemson. 1982 
Most Y ards Gained By Pass Receptions 
188 by Russell Davis vs. Penn State. 1982(7) 



Most Punts 

12 by Steve Adams vs. Florida. 1981 (466 yds.) 
Most Total Yards Punting 
510 by Bill Guckeyson vs. Syracuse, 1936 
Best Punting Average 

53 yards by Lynn Beightol vs. Oklahoma, 19560range Bowl (3 punts) 
Longest Punt With Roll 

88 yards by John Friesch vs. Miami, 1956 

Note: "Untz" Brooke Brewer had a 93-yard punt vs. VWT, 1916 

but records are incomplete. Kick may have ben measured from 

point of kick, not from line of scrimmage. 
Longest Punt With Roll By Opponent 
84 yards by Charlie Justice of North Carolina, 1948 
Most Punts Returned 

8 by Larry Marshall vs. Villanova. 1971 (141 yards) 
Most Yards Gained Returning Punts 

146 by Bob Shemonski vs. North Carolina State. 1950 (5 returns) 
Longest Punt Return For Touchdown 
90 yards by Dick Nolan vs. Clemson, 1953 
Longest Punt Return For Touchdown By Opponent 
100 yards by Frank Brady of Navy, 1951 
Longest Non-Scoring Punt Return 
67 yards by John McVicker vs. Syracuse, 1956 
Most Punts Blocked 
1 by several players 
Most Kickoffs Returned 

6 by Larry Marshall vs. Miami (Ohio), 1969 (129 yards) 
Most Yards Returning Kickoffs 
153 by Tom Brown vs. Miami. 1962 (5 returns) 
Longest Kickoff Return For Touchdown 
100 yards by Dick Novak and Dennis Condie vs. Virginia. 1960 ( 102 

actual). Novak ret. to nine yard line, then lateraled to Condie who 

returned 91 yards. 
100 yards by Kenny Ambrusko vs. Navy. 1964 (101 actual) 
Longest Kickoff Return For Touchdown By Opponent 
93 yards by Jim McPherson of North Carolina. 1926 
Longest Non-Scoring Kickoff Return 
9^ yards by Sammy Johnson vs. Vanderbilt. 1980 
Longest Scoring Run With Recovered Fumble 
23 yards by Howie Dare vs. North Carolina State. 1954 
Longest Non-Scoring Run With Recovered Fumble By Opponent 
75 yards bv Dave Russell of Washington and Lee. 1942 
Most Opponents' Fumbles Recovered 
3 bv Tom Gunderman vs. Miami. 1957 
Longest Field Goal 

54 yards bv Steve Mike-Mayer vs. Villanova, 1973 



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SINGLE GAME RECORDS - TEAM 

SCORING 

Highest Score 

Maryland 80 — Washington College 0, 1927 

Most Total Points Scored By Both Teams 

90 in 1971; Maryland 27 Penn State 63 

Largest Victory Margin 

80-0 vs. Washington College, 1927 

Largest Defeat Margin 

0-76 vs. Navy, 1913 

Most Touchdowns Scored 

12 vs. Washington College, 1927 

Most Points-After-Touchdown Scored 

8 vs. Washington College, 1927 

8 vs. Missouri, 1954 

8 vs. Duke, 1974 

8 vs. Virginia, 1975 

Most Field Goals Scored 

5 vs. Mississippi State, 1979 

Most Touchdowns Scored Passing 

5 vs. Villanova, 1975 (4 by Mark Manges, 1 by Larry Dick) 

Most Touchdowns Scored Passing By Opponents 

4 by Wake Forest, 1958 (3 by Norm Snead, 1 by Charlie Parker) 

4 by Virginia, 1965 (by Bob Davis) 

4 by Florida, 1971 (by John Reaves) 

4 by Penn State, 1982 (by Todd Blackledge) 

Most Safeties Scored 

2 vs. Delaware, 1974 

2 vs. Georgetown, 1950 

2 vs. Villanova, 1974 



TOTAL OFFENSE 

Most Total Yards Gained 

802 vs. Virginia, 1975 (582 rushing — 220 passing) 
Fewest Total Yards Gained 
29 vs. Syracuse, 1959 
Most Total Plays 

93 vs. North Carolina State, 1973 



RUSHING 

Most Total Yards Gained Rushing 

582 vs. Virginia, 1975 (67 carries) 

Fewest Net Yards Gained Rushing 

Minus 58 vs. Navy, 1965 

Most Rushes 

76 vs. Miami, 1958 

Fewest Rushes 

24 vs. North Carolina State, 1965 

Best Average Per Rush 

10.5 yards vs. Virginia Tech, 1950 (577 yards, 55 rushes) 

Fewest Net Yards Gained Rushing By Opponents 

Minus 21 by West Virginia, 1951 

Minus 21 by UCLA, 1955 

Most First Downs Rushing 

28 vs. Virginia, 1975 

Fewest First Downs Rushing By Opponent 

by Wake Forest, 1973; by Virginia, 1980 
Fewest First Downs Rushing 

1 vs. Michigan State, 1944 
1 vs. Syracuse, 1959 



PASSING 

Most Yards Gained Passing 

355 vs. Auburn, 1983(23/37) 
Fewest Yards Gained Passing 

vs. Michigan State, 1944 

vs. Vanderbilt, 1948 

vs. Missouri, 1951 

Most Passes Attempted 

48 vs. South Carolina, 1971 (23 completions for 210 yards) 

Most Passes Completed 

27 vs. Penn State, 1971 (40 attempts for 336 yards) 

Fewest Passes Completed 

vs. Michigan State, 1944(1 attempt) 

vs. Vanderbilt, 1948 ( 12 attempts) 

vs. Missouri, 1951 (3 attempts) 



Fewest Passes Attempted 

I vs. Michigan State, 1944 

I vs. Wake Forest, 1969 

Best Completion Percentage (Minimum, 10 attempts) 

.824 vs. Tulane, 1973 (14 completions, 17 attempts) 

Most Passes Intercepted 

7 vs. Georgia, 1951 

Most Passes Had Intecepted 

6 by Pennsylvania, 1941 

Most First Downs Passing 

18 vs. Penn State. 1971 

Fewest First Downs Passing 

— 13 times, last vs. Wake Forest, 1969 

Most Passes Attempted By Opponents 

67 by Wake Forest, 1981 (completed 47) 

Fewest Passes Completed By Opponents 

by Syracuse, 1939 (5 attempts) 

by Michigan State, 1944 (0 attempts) 

by Delaware, 1948 (3 attempts) 

by Boston University, 1952 (6 attempts) 

by Kentucky, 1956 (3 attempts) 

Fewest Yards Gained Passing By Opponents 

Minus 1 by Clemson, 1956 

Most Yards Gained Passing 

355 vs. Auburn, 1983 (23/37) 



OTHERS 

Most Punts 

14 vs. Virginia, 1937 

14 vs. Western Maryland, 1940 
Fewest Punts 

vs. Virginia, 1975 
Most Total Yards Punting 

510 vs. Syracuse, 1936 (10 punts) 

Best Punting Average 

51.7 yards vs. Washington and Lee, 1951 (155 yards, 3 punts) 

Most Total First Downs 

35 vs. Virginia, 1975 

Fewest Total First Downs 

1 vs. Michigan State, 1944 

Fewest Total First Downs By Opponent 

1 by Wake Forest, 1973 (passing) 

Most Fumbles 

8 vs. Georgia, 1952 (lost 2) 

Fewest Fumbles 

vs. VMI, 1945 

vs. Kentucky, 1954 

vs. South Carolina, 1958 

vs. South Carolina, 1959 

vs. West Virginia, 1960 

vs. Virginia, 1960 

vs. Syracuse, 1972 

vs. Duke, 1973 

vs. Penn State, Syracuse, Duke, 1977 

vs. West Virginia & N.C. State, 1980 

Most Fumbles Lost 

6 vs. North Carolina, 1947 

Most Fumbles By Opponents 

8 by South Carolina, 1947 

8 by Mississippi, 1953 

Most Opponents' Fumbles Recovered 

5 vs. Missouri in Gator Bowl, Jan. I, 1950 

5 vs. West Virginia, 1950 

5 vs. North Carolina, 1960 

Most Penalties 

18 vs. Virginia Tech, 1950 

Most Yards Penalized 

147 vs. Duke, 1982 

Fewest Penalties 

vs. Duke. 1941 

Most Penalties By Opponents 

15 by Miami, 1957 

Most Yards Opponents Penalized 
136 by Penn State, 1982 
Fewest Penalties By Opponents 
by Western Maryland, 1937 
by Western Maryland, 1939 
by Florida, 1939 
by Washington and Lee, 1941 
by William and Marv, 1945 



by South Carolina. 1953 



54 



SKA SON KM OKDS - l\l)l\ MX \l 



S( ORING 

Must Polnta Scored, Result! Season 

97 b\ Bob Shemonski, 1950 (10 games) 

96 bj Lou Gambino, 1947 (10 games) 

96 bj 1 d Vereb, 1955 ( m games) 

Most Points Scored, One Season Including Bo»l (•units 

114 bj Lou Gambino (96 in 1947 season plus i rDs in 1948 Gatoi 

Bowl) 
102 by 1 d Vcich(96m 1955 season plus one I Dm I "5ft Orange Bowl) 
Most Points Scored B\ I rcshman 

56 bj Rick Badanjek, 1982 (9 touchdowns and conversion pass) 

Most Touchdowns Scored Regular Season 

16 b\ Lou Gambino, 1947(10 games) 
16 h\ Bob Shemonski, 1950 (10 games) 

16 bj I d Vereb, 1955 i lOgames) 

Most touchdowns Scored One Season, Including Bowl (.anus 

19 h> I on Gambino ( 16 in 1447 season plus 3 in 1948 Gator Bowl) 

17 in Id Vereb (16 in 1955 season plus one in 1956 Orange Bowl) 

Most Points- After- touchdowns Scored 

.19 b\ .less Atkinson. 1982 

Most touchdown Passes (aught 

8 by Dan Bungori, 1971 in II games 

Most touchdowns Responsibility (Run and Pass) 

21 b\ Alan Pastrana. 1966(17 ID passes. 4 IDs) 

Most I- it-Id (ioals 

17 by Dale (astro. 1979 
Most Consecutive Field (ioals 

16 by Dale Castro. 1979 (NCAA record) 
Most Points By Kicking 
87 bj less Atkinson. 1982 

TOTAL OFFENSK 

Most Yards Total Offense (Rushing and Passing) 
2.290 b\ "Boomer" Esiason, 1983 
Most Total Plavs 

364 b\ "Boomer" Esiason. 1982 

RUSHING 

Most Net Yards Rushing. Regular Season 

1,359 by Charlie Wysocki, 1980 

Most Rushes 

334 by Charlie Wysocki, 1980 

Best Rushing Average 

9.8 yards by Chct Hanulak. 1953 

Average Yards Per (..inn 

126.7 by Charlie Wysocki. 1979 

PASSING 

Most Yards Gained Passing 

2.322 by "Boomer" Esiason. 1983 
Most Passes Attempted 
314 by "Boomer" Esiason, 1982 
Most Passes Completed 
176 by "Boomer" Esiason. 1982 
Best Completion Percentage 

621 by Dale Betty in 10 games. I960 (Completed 82 of 132) 
Most Touchdown Passes Thrown 

18 by "Boomer" Esiason, 1982 
Most Passes Caught 

47 by Tom Brown in 10 games. 1962 (577 yards) 

Most Y ards Gained on Pass Receptions 

593 by Lloyd Colteryahn. 1952 (32 receptions. 9 games) 

Most Passes Had Intercepted 

16 by Dick Shiner in 10 games, 1962 

Most Passes Intercepted 

10 by Boh Sullivan in 10 games. 1965 (led nation) 

Most Yards Returning Intercepted Passes 

147 by Joe Horning. 1951 (6 interceptions in 9 games) 



OTHERS 

Most Punts 

83 by Dale Castro. 1979 

Best Punting Average 

43.7 by Bill Walker in 10 games. 1955 (15 punts) Walker added four 

punts in 1956 Orange Bowl for an 1 1-game average of 41.2. 19 

punts. 



Most Punts Returned 

40 h\ Bob Smith in 1 1 games, 147 1 (420 yards) 

Most \ arils Gained in Punt Returns 

Bob Smith in 1 1 games, 1971 (40 returns) 

Best Punt Return Average (More than Ihree) 

24 s b) torn Brown on 8 returns, 1961 

Most Kickoffs Returned 

24 b) Kennj Dutton, 1967 (454 yards) 

Most ^ ards Gained on Kiekoff Returns 

587 by I arrj Marshall on 22 returns, 1971 

Best kiekoff Return Average (More Than Ihree) 

44 yards bj Howie Dare, 1957 (6 returns for 264 yards) 

Best Point- After- Touchdown Average 

1.000 b) John Hannigan, 1961 1 17 1,„ 17) 
I ooo h\ Bernardo Bramson, 1965 < is foi 15) 
1.000 b\ less \tkinson, I')*. 1 1 19 foi 19) 

I 000 h\ less Mkinson 1981 (28 lot 28) 



SEASON RECORDS - TEAM 



s( <>kl\(. 

Most Points Scored 

353 in 9 regular season games. 1951 

353 in 1 1 regular season games, 1982 

Fewest Points Scored (Full Season) 

39 in 9 games, 1940 

Most Points Scored Bv Opponents 

299 in 10 games. 1968 

Fewest Points Scored By Opponents 

31 in 10 regular season games. 1953 

Most Touchdowns Scored 

52 in 9 regular season games, 1951 

Most Field (ioals Scored 

17 in 1979 

Most Points After Touchdown Scored (Kicking) 

.39 in II regular season games, 1982 

Most Points After Touchdown Scoring (All Points) 

45 (39 Kicking. 6 Passing) in I 1 regular season games. 1982 

TOTAL OFFENSE 

Most Y ards (iained Rushing and Passing 

4.608 in 1982 (2,548 rushing, 2,367 passing) 

Most Yards (iained Rushing and Passing By Opponents 

4.192 in 10 games, 1968 (2,272 rushing. 1.920 passing) 
Fewest Y ards (iained Rushing and Passing By Opponents 
1.691 in 10 games. 1955(761 yards rushing. 930 passing) 

RUSHING 

Most Yards Gained Rushing 

2.921 in 9 regular season games. 1951 

Most Rushing Plavs 

654 in 1976 (2.874 yards) 

Most Y ards Gained Rushing Bv Opponents 

2.371 in 9 games. 1967 

PASSING 

Most Y ards Gained Passing 

2.563 in 1983 

Most Passes Attempted 

332 in 1983 (old mark 329 in 1982) 

329 in II games. 1982 

Most Passes Completed 

185 in 1983 (old mark 184 in 1982) 

184 in II games. 1982 (329 attempts) 

Best Passing Percentage 

.593 in 11 games. 1973 (118 of 199) 

Most Yards Gained Passing Bv Opponents 

2.915 in 1981 

Fewest Y ards Gained Passing Bv Opponents 

731 in 10 games. 1957 (Note: early records incomplete) 

Best Passing Percentage Bv Opponents 

.598 in 1981 (265 445) 

Most Pass Interceptions 

34 in 9 games. 1951 

38 in 10 games, including the 28-13 victors over Tennessee in the 

Sugar Bowl. .Ian I. 1952 
Most Pass Interceptions Bv Opponents 
23 in 10 games. 1948 



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OTHERS 

Most Punts 

84 in 11 games, 1979 

Most Yards All Punts 

2,832 in 10 games, 1969 (73 punts); 3,180 in 1 1 games, 1970 

Best Punting Average 

42.6 in 1974(54 punts) 

Most Punts By Opponents 

94 in 11 games, 1979 

Most First Downs 

245 in 1 1 games, 1982 

Most First Downs By Opponents 

226 in 1983 (old mark 222 in 10 games 1968) 

Most Total First Downs 

246 in 1983 
Most Fumbles 

44 in 10 games, 1950 (Lost 22) 

Most Opponents' Fumbles 

40 in 10 games, 1960 (Maryland recovered 19) 

40 in 11 games, 1971 (Maryland recovered 22) 

Fewest Fumbles 

17 in 10 games, 1960 (Lost 7) 

Most Penalties 

88 in 11 games, 1982 

Most Yardage Lost By Penalties 

851 in 11 games, 1982 

Best Season 

1976 — Won 1 1 LostOduring regular season, lost to Houston 30-21 in 

Cotton Bowl for 1 1- 1 
Worst Season 
1967 — Won Lost 9 
Average Attendance Per Home Game 
46,403 in 1983 for 6 games (old mark 45,657 in 1975) 
Average Attendance All Games 
48,225 in 1983 for 1 1 games (old mark 44,636, 12 games 1976 



CAREER RECORDS - INDIVIDUAL 

SCORING 

Most Points Scored Regular Season 

220 by Jess Atkinson,1981-83 on 91 of 93 PAT and 43 of 62 FG 

Most Touchdowns Scored, All Games 

32 by Steve Atkins, 1975-78 (all regular season) 

Most Points- After-Touchdown Scored 

92 by Steve Mike-Mayer, 1972-74(101 attempts) 

Most Touchdown Passes Caught 

14 by Greg Hill, 1982-83 



Most Touchdowns Responsibility, Run and Pass 

46 by Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 
Most Field Goals 
43 by Jess Atkinson (62) 
Most Consecutive Field Goals 

16 by Dale Castro, 1979 (NCAA record) 

Most Consecutive Points After Touchdown Kicked 
79 by Jess Atkinson, 1981-83 

TOTAL OFFENSE 

Most Net Yards Gained Rushing and Passing 

6,081 by "Boomer" Esiason, 1981-83 
Most Total Plays, Rushing and Passing 

1,006 by "Boomer" Esiason, 1981-83 

RUSHING 

Most Net Yards Gained Rushing 

3,317 by Charlie Wysocki 1978-81 (39 games) 

Most Rushes 

796 by Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 (39 games) 

Best Rushing Average, Regular Season 

8.1 yards by Chet Hanulak, 28 games, 1951-53 

(1,544 yards, 190 carries) 
Best Rushing Average, All Games 
7.9 yards by Chet Hanulak, 30 games including 35 yards on 4 carries in 

1952 Sugar Bowl and 39 yards on 12 carries in 1954 Orange Bowl 

PASSING 

Most Yards Gained Passing 

6,259 by "Boomer" Esiason, 1981-83 

Most Passes Attempted 

850 by "Boomer" Esiason, 1981-83 

Most Passes Completed 

461 by "Boomer" Esiason, 1981-83 

Best Completion Percentage 

.586 by Bob Avellini, 1972-74(231 of 394) 

Most Touchdown Passes Thrown, Regular Season 

42 by "Boomer" Esiason, 1981-83 

Most Passes Caught, Regular Season 

100 by Frank Russell, 1972-74 

Most Consecutive Games Catching a Pass 

23 by JohnTice, 1978-82 

Most Yards By Pass Receptions 

1,408 by Russell Davis. (82) 1981-83 

Most Passes Intercepted 

17 by Tom Brown, 30 games, 1960-62 
Most Conversion Passes Thrown 

7 by "Boomer" Esiason. 1981-83 




56 



YEAR BY YEAR RECORDS 



M \U\ I \M) 
AGGIES 



1K42 (0-3-0) 

Si Johns 50 

(i Johns Hopkins 62 

Episcopal Hi 16 

IX<>3 (6-0-0) 

36 Eastern Hi 

Id Central Hi 

is Ball Citj ( "i 

6 St. Johns Col o 

IN W Md ( Ol ID 

16 Orieni Ath. Col 6 

1X94 (3-3-0) 

52 W Mil Col (I 

12 Wash. Col 

6 St. Johns 22 

6 Georgetown 4 

Col. Ath. CI 26 

Mt. St. Marys 24 

1895 — No Team 

No (.anus 

1896 (6-2-2) 

|i 1 astern Hi 6 

Gallaudel 

32 Business Hi (I 

1(1 Central Hi 6 

18 Alexandria Hi 

20 Bethel Mil. Ac. 10 
Fpiseopal Hi. 6 

10 West. Md. 6 

14 Central Hi 

(I I 1 of Md 

1897 (2-4-0) 

24 Central Hi 6 

4 Eastern Hi. 

Johns Hopkins 30 

4 St Johns - 6 

6 Gallaudet 16 

II Bait Med. Col. ... 10 

1898 (2-5-0) 

5 Columbian U 17 

West. Md 32 

36 Eastern Hi 

Gallaudet 33 

Johns Hopkins 16 

Episcopal Hi 37 

27 Rock Hill Col 

1899 (1-4-0) 

West. Md 21 

26 Eastern Hi 

Johns Hopkins 40 

Delaware Col 34 

St. Johns 62 

1900 (3-4-1) 

Western Hi 

Gib. Ath. CI 17 

Georgetown Prep 5 

6 Episcopal Hi 34 

5 Gonzaga Hi II 

15 Georgetown Prep 

21 Gonzaga 

21 Char. Hall. Ac 

1901 (1-7-0) 

6 Delaware Col 24 

10 Gallaudet Re 11 

Johns Hopkins 6 

6 Rock Hill Col II 

Central Hi 11 

2" U.S. Marines (I 

Walk Ath CI 36 

West Md 30 



1902 (3-5-2) 

Georgetown 27 

5 Mt. St Josephs 

1 1 Columbian U, 10 

6 Olympia Ath 

(I Wash Col . 

Mt St. Marys 5 

(. West. Md. ' 26 

II of Md 

Johns Hopkins 17 

ii Delaware Col <> 

1903 (7-4-1) 

(I Georgetown 28 

5 Clifton Ath 

21 Gunton Tern 

St. Johns 18 

28 Wash. Col 

27 Tech. Hi 

Mt. St. Marys 2 

6 West Md 

1 1 LI. of Md 

Delaware Col. ... 16 

6 Columbian U 

1904 (2-4-2) 

Georgetown 22 

Ran. Macon 

Itress Monroe 

1 I Mt. St. Marvs 6 

West. Md 5 

22 Gallaudet 5 

U. of Md 6 

Delaware Col . 18 

1905 (6-4-0) 

20 Bait. Pols In 

16 Gallaudet 

West. Md 10 

Navy 17 

17 Wm. & Mary 

28 Mt. St. Josephs 

27 St. Johns 5 

Wash. Col 17 

23 U. ofMd 5 

Delaware Col 12 

1906 (5-3-0) 

5 Tech. Hi 

22 Bait. City Col 

Navy 12 

Georgetown 28 

Mt. Wash. CI 29 

20 St. Johns 4 

16 Rock Hill Col 

35 Wash. Col 

1907 (3-6-0) 

13 Tech High 

Georgetown 10 

5 Richmond Col I I 

Navy 12 

6 Mt. St. Marys .. 12 

10 Geo. Washington 

10 Wash. Col 5 

St. Johns 16 

Gallaudet 5 

1908 (3-8-0) 

5 Central High 

5 Tech. High 6 

Richmond Col 22 

Johns Hopkins 10 

Navj 57 

5 Gallaudet 

Fred'bgCol 10 

12 Balto. Polv 6 

St. Johns ' 31 



(I Wash Col M 

ii Geo Washin] 57 

1909 (2-5-0) 

ii Richmond Col .. 12 

Johns Hopkins 4 

lech High II 

5 Rock Hill ii 
(i George Washington 26 

II N.C Stair . 31 

14 Gallaudet .. 12 

1910 (4-3-1) 

12 Central High 

20 Richmond Col. ... 
1 I lohns Hopkins I 1 

21 Catholic U 

I I (ieorge Washington 

V.M.I. 8 

tl St Johns 6 

3 West. Md 17 

1911 (4-4-2) 

6 Tech. High 
Richmond 

5 Fred'bgCol 

ii ( entral High 14 

3 Johns Hopkins 6 

6 Catholic U 6 

St. Johns 27 

5 Wash. Col 17 

6 West Md 

6 Gallaudet 2 

1912 (6-1-1) 

31 Tech. High 6 

46 Richmond Col. ... 

58 U. of Md 

13 Johns Hopkins 

St. Johns 27 

13 Gallaudet 6 

17 West. Md 7 

13 Penn. Mil. Col 13 

1913 (6-3-0) 

27 Balto. Citv 10 

45 Richmond Col 

26 Johns Hopkins 

46 West. Md 

Na%\ 76 

13 St. Johns 

26 Wash. Col. 

Gallaudet 13 

7 Penn. Mil _ 27 

1914 (5-3-0) 

Balto. Polv 6 

6 Catholic U 

13 West Md 20 

14 Johns Hopkins 

10 St. Johns 

3 Wash. Col 

Gallaudet 23 

26 Penn Mil 

1915 (6-3-0) 

31 Balto. Polv 

Haverford 7 

Catholic U 16 

10 Gallaudet 3 

14 Penn Mil 13 

27 St. Johns 14 

28 Wash. Col 13 

51 West. Md 

Johns Hopkins ..... 3 



57 



MARYLAND 
STATE 

1916 (6-2-0) 

6 Dickinson 

7 Navy 14 

15 V.M.I 9 

6 Haverford 7 

31 St. Johns 6 

10 N.Y.U 7 

13 Catholic U 9 

54 Johns Hopkins 

1917 (4-3-1) 

20 Dela. Col 

Navy 62 

14 V.M.I 14 

29 Wake Forest 13 

6 N. C. State 10 

13 St. Johns 3 

Penn. State 57 

7 Johns Hopkins 

1918 (4-1-1) 

6 American U 13 

7 V.M.I 6 

19 West. Md 

6 New York U 2 

19 St. Johns 14 

Johns Hopkins 

1919 (5-4-0) 

6 Swarthmore 10 

13 Virginia 

West Va 27 

Va. Poly 6 

Yale 31 

27 St. Johns 

13 Catholic U 

20 West. Md 

14 Johns Hopkins 

UNIVERSITY 
OF MARYLAND 

1920 (7-2-0) 

54 Randolph Macon 

Rutgers 6 

Princeton 35 

14 Catholic U 

27 Wash. Col 

7 Va. Poly 

13 North Carolina 

10 Syracuse 7 

24 Johns Hopkins 7 

1921 (3-5-1) 

3 Rutgers 

Syracuse 42 

3 St. Johns 7 

10 Va. Poly 7 

7 North Carolina 16 

Yale 28 

16 Catholic U 

Carnegie Tech. 21 

6 N. C. State 6 

1922 (4-5-1) 

7 Third Army 

Richmond 

Pennsylvania 12 

Princeton 26 

3 North Carolina .. 27 

Va. Poly 21 

3 Yale 45 

3 Johns Hopkins 

54 Catholic U 

7 N. C. State 6 

1923 (7-2-1) 

53 Randolph Macon 

3 Pennsylvania 

23 Richmond 

7 Va. Poly 16 

14 North Carolina 

26 St. Johns 

14 Yale 16 



26 N. C. State 12 

40 Catholic U 6 

6 Johns Hopkins 6 

1924 (3-3-3) 

23 Wash. Col 

7 Wash. & Lee 19 

38 Richmond 

Va. Poly 12 

6 North Carolina 

Catholic U 16 

14 Yale 43 

3 Washington & Lee 7 

7 Johns Hopkins 7 

1926 (5-4-1) 

63 Wash. Col 

South Carolina 12 

Chicago 21 

8 Va. Poly 24 

14 North Carolina 6 

38 Gallaudet 7 

15 Yale 

6 Virginia 6 

W. & L 3 

17 Johns Hopkins 14 

1927 (4-7-0) 

80 Wash. Col 

26 South Carolina 

6 North Carolina 7 

13 Va. Poly 7 

10 V.M.I 6 

6 W. & L 13 

6 Yale 30 

Virginia 21 

20 Vanderbilt 39 

13 Johns Hopkins 14 

6 Florida 7 

1928 (6-3-1) 

31 Wash. Col 

19 North Carolina 26 

7 South Carolina 21 

13 West. Md 6 

V.M.I 

6 Va. Poly 9 

6 Yale 

18 Virginia 2 

6 W. & L 

26 Johns Hopkins 6 

1929 (4-4-2) 

34 Wash. Col 7 

North Carolina 43 

6 South Carolina 26 

13 Gallaudet 6 

6 V.M.I 7 

13 Virginia 13 

13 Yale 13 

24 Va. Poly 

39 Johns Hopkins 6 

West. Md 12 

1930 (7-5-0) 

60 Wash. Col 6 

13 Yale 40 

21 North Carolina 28 

21 St. Johns 13 

20 V.M.I 

14 Virginia 6 

41 W. & L 7 

13 V. Poly 7 

Navy 6 

21 Johns Hopkins 

7 Vanderbilt 22 

West. Md 7 

1931 (8-1-1) 

13 Wash. Col 

7 Virginia 6 

6 Navy 

6 Kentucky 6 

41 V.M.I 20 

20 Va. Poly 

12 Vanderbilt 39 

13 W. & 1 7 



35 Johns Hopkins 14 

41 West. Md 6 

1932 (5-6-0) 

63 Wash. Col 

6 Virginia 7 

Va. Poly 23 

Duke 34 

24 St. Johns 7 

12 V.M.I 7 

Vanderbilt 13 

7 Navy 28 

6 W. & L 

23 Johns Hopkins 

7 West. Md 39 

1933 (3-7-0) 

20 St. Johns 

Va. Poly 14 

Tulane 20 

13 V.M.I 19 

7 West. Md 13 

Virginia 6 

7 Duke 38 

27 Johns Hopkins 7 

33 W. &L 13 

Florida 19 

1934 (7-3-0) 

13 St. Johns 

W. & L 7 

13 Navy 16 

14 Va. Poly 9 

21 Florida 

20 Virginia 

23 V.M.I 

14 Indiana 17 

6 Georgetown 

19 Johns Hopkins 

1935 (7-2-2) 

39 St. Johns 6 

7 Va. Poly 

North Carolina 33 

6 V.M.I 

20 Florida 6 

14 Virginia 7 

7 Indiana 13 

W. & L 

12 Georgetown 6 

Syracuse 

22 West Md 7 

1936 (6-5-0) 

20 St. Johns 

6 Va. Poly 

North Carolina 14 

21 Virginia 

12 Richmond 

20 Syracuse 

6 Florida 7 

7 V.M.I 13 

6 Georgetown 7 

19 W. & L 6 

West. Md 12 

1937 (8-2-0) 

28 St. Johns 

21 Pennsylvania 28 

6 West. Md 

3 Virginia 

13 Syracuse 

13 Florida 7 

9 V.M.I 7 

14 Penn State 21 

12 Georgetown 2 

8 W. &L 

1938 (2-7-0) 

6 Richmond 19 

Penn State 33 

Syracuse 53 

14 West. Md 8 

14 Virginia 27 

14 V.M.I 47 

7 Honda 21 



58 



7 Georgetown 14 

I 9 w ft ] |i 

1939 (2-7-0) 

26 II. imp Syd " 
12 Wesl m.i ii 

7 Virginia 12 

12 Rutgers 25 
i lorida M 
ii Georgetown .. 20 
ii Penn State 12 
V Ml 1 1 
7 Syracuse in 

1940 (2-6-1) 
6 I lamp -Syd 

ii Pennsylvania 51 

6 Virginia 19 

ii Florida 19 

6 Wesl M.I 

o Georgetown 41 

V.M.I 20 

14 Rutgers 

7 W. & L. 7 

1941 (3-5-1) 

IX Hamp.-Syd 

ft West. Md 6 

Duke 50 

13 Honda 12 

6 Pennsylvania 55 

li Georgetown 26 

Rutgers 20 

V.M.I 27 

ft W. & L 

1942 (7-2-0) 

34 Connecticut 

14 Lake NAS 

27 Rutgers 13 

V.M.l 29 

51 West. Md 

II Florida 

Duke 42 

27 Virginia 12 

32 W. &L 28 

1943 (4-5-0) 

7 Curtis B. CG ...13 

13 Wake Forest .. 7 

19 Rich AAB 6 

2 West. Va 6 

Penn State 45 

43 Greenv. AAB 18 

Virginia 39 

Bainbridge 46 

21 V.M.l 14 

1944 (1-7-1) 

Hamp.-Svd 12 

Wake Forest 39 

6 West. Va 6 

Mich. State 8 

6 Florida 14 

7 Virginia 18 

Mich. State 33 

19 Penn State 34 

8 V.M.l 6 

1945 (6-2-1) 

60 Guilford Col 6 

21 Richmond 

22 Merch. M.A . 6 

13 Va. Pol) 21 

13 West Va 13 

14 W. & M 33 

38 V.M.I 

19 Virginia 13 

19 South Carolinia 13 

1946 (3-6-0) 

54 Bainbridge 

Richmond 37 

North Carolina 33 

d Va. Pols 

7 W. & M. .. 41 

17 South Carolina 21 



24 W . & I 7 
li Mich si.it. 26 

7 N ( State 

1947 (7-2-2) 

19 South < arolina I i 

43 Delaware 19 
ix Richmond ft 

7 Duke 19 

21 v., Polj 19 

27 Wesl Va II 

12 Duquesne 

ii North ( arolina 19 

20 Vanderbill ft 
N ( State (i 

(Gatoi Bowl, Jan I. 1948) 

2(1 Georgia 20 

1948 (6-4-0) 

19 Richmond 

2! Delaware o 

28 Va. Poly 

12 Duke .. 13 
47 Cieorge Washington 

27 Miami 13 

19 South Carolina 

20 North Carolina ... 49 
II Vanderbill 34 

14 West Virginia 16 

1949 (9-1-0) 

34 Va. Poly 

33 Georgetown 7 

7 Mich. State 14 

14 N. C. State 6 

44 South Carolina 7 

40 George Washington 14 

14 Boston U 13 

47 West Va 

13 Miami 

(Gator Bowl. Jan. I, 1950) 

20 Missouri 7 

1950 (7-2-1) 

7 Georgia 27 

35 Navy 21 

34 Mich. State 7 

25 Georgetown 14 

13 N. C. State 16 

26 Duke 14 

23 George Washington 7 

7 North Carolina 7 

41 West Va 

63 V.P.I 7 

1951 (10-0-0) 

54 W. &L 14 

33 George Washington 6 

43 Georgia 7 

14 North Carolina 7 

27 L.S.U 

35 Missouri 

40 Navv 21 

53 N C. State 

54 West Va 7 

(Sugar Bowl. Jan. 1. 1952) 

28 Tennessee 13 

1952 (7-2-0) 

13 Missouri 10 

13 Auburn 7 

28 Clemson 

37 Georgia 

38 Navy 7 

34 L.S.U 6 

34 Boston U 7 

14 Mississippi 21 

7 Alabama 27 

1953 (10-1-0) 
National Champions 
Co-Champions. ACT 

20 Missouri 6 

52 V, & L 

20 Clemson 

40 Georgia 13 

2ft North Carolina 



in Miami (I 

24 s. .ut h ( arolina ft 
27 George w ashington 

IK Mississippi o 

21 Alabama 
(Orange Bowl Ian I 

o Okli .i 

1954 (7-2-1) 

2d Kentuck) 

7 UT. LA. 12 

13 WakeForesi H 

13 North Carolina 
Miami (Fla.) .9 

20 South i arolina (i 

42 N C State .. 14 

' I lemson (i 

4X George Washington ft 

74 Miss. inn I I 

1955 (10-1-0) 

< . .-Champions \( ( 

13 Missouri 12 

7 U.C.L.A . 

20 Baylor 6 

2X Wake Forest .. 

25 North Carolina 7 

34 Syracuse 13 

27 South Carolina 

13 L.S.U 

25 Clemson 12 

19 George Washington 

(Orange Bowl Jan. I, 1956) 
6 Oklahoma 20 

1956 (2-7-1) 

12 Syracuse 26 

6 Wake Forest 

(I Bavlor 14 

6 Miama(Fla) 13 

6 North Carolina 34 

7 Tennessee 34 

Kentuck) 14 

6 Clemson 6 

South Carolina 13 

25 N. C. State 14 

1957 (5-5-0) 

13 Texas A&M 21 

13 N. C. State 48 

Duke 14 

27 Wake Forest 

21 North Carolina 7 

Tennessee 16 

10 South Carolina 6 

7 Clemson 26 

16 Miami (Fla.) 6 

12 Virginia 

1958 (4-6-0) 

(1 Wake Forest 34 

21 N. C. State 6 

(I Clemson 8 

10 Texas A&M 14 

North Carolina 27 

7 Auburn 20 

10 South Carolina 6 

14 Navy 40 

2ft Miami (Fla i 14 

44 Virginia 6 

1959 (5-5-0) 

27 West Va 

lexas 26 

Syracuse 29 

■ Wake Forest 10 

14 North Carolina 

6 South Carolina 22 

14 Nav) 22 

28 Clemson 25 

55 Virginia 12 

53 N C State .. 28 

1960 (6-4-0) 
31 West Va 

lesas 34 

7 Duke 20 



59 



10 
19 

14 
15 
9 
22 
44 



14 
24 
22 
8 
21 
10 
21 
10 
10 
16 



7 
13 
14 
31 
24 
13 
7 
7 
14 
40 



14 
13 

12 

7 

21 

32 

15 

7 

6 

21 



3 
24 

13 
17 
10 
17 
9 
27 
34 
10 



24 

7 
10 
10 

7 
27 

7 

6 
27 

7 



7 
34 

7 
21 
28 
14 
21 
10 
17 
21 



N. C. State 13 

Clemson 17 

Wake Forest 13 

South Carolina 

Penn State 28 

North Carolina 19 

Virginia 12 

1961 (7-3-0) 

SMU 6 

Clemson 21 

Syracuse 21 

North Carolina 14 

Air Force 

South Carolina 20 

Penn State 17 

N. C. State 7 

Wake Forest 7 

Virginia 28 

1962 (6-4-0) 

SMU 

Wake Forest 2 

N. C. State 6 

North Carolina 13 

Miami 28 

South Carolina II 

Penn State 23 

Duke 10 

Clemson 17 

Virginia 18 

1963 (3-7-0) 

N. C. State 36 

South Carolina 21 

Duke 30 

North Carolina 14 

Air Force 14 

Wake Forest 

Penn State 17 

Navy 42 

Clemson 21 

Virginia 6 

1964 (5-5) 

Oklahoma 13 

South Carolina 6 

N. C. State 14 

Duke 24 

North Carolina 9 

Wake Forest 21 

Penn State 17 

Navy 22 

Clemson 

Virginia 

1965 (4-6) 

Ohio U 7 

Syracuse 24 

Wake Forest 7 

North Carolina 12 

N. C. State 29 

South Carolina 14 

Navy 19 

Clemson 

Virginia 33 

Penn State 19 

1966 (4-6) 

Penn State 15 

Wake Forest 7 

Syracuse 34 

Duke 19 

West Va 9 

South Carolina 2 

N. C. State 24 

Clemson 14 

Virginia 41 

Florida State 45 

1967 (0-9) 

Oklahoma 35 

Syracuse 7 

N. C. State 31 

North Carolina 14 

South Carolina 31 

Penn State 38 



7 Clemson 28 

17 Wake Forest 35 

7 Virginia 12 

1968 (2-8) 

14 Florida St 24 

14 Syracuse 32 

28 Duke 30 

33 North Carolina 24 

21 South Carolina 19 

11 N. C. State 31 

14 Wake Forest 38 

Clemson 16 

13 Penn State 57 

23 Virginia 28 

1969 (3-7) 

7 West Virginia 31 

7 N. C. State 24 

19 Wake Forest 14 

9 Syracuse 20 

20 Duke 7 

South Carolina 17 

Clemson 40 

21 Miami (Ohio) 34 

Penn State 48 

17 Virginia 14 

1970 (2-9) 

3 Villanova 21 

12 Duke 13 

20 North Carolina 53 

11 Miami 18 

7 Syracuse 23 

21 South Carolina 15 

N. C. State 6 

1 1 Clemson 24 

Penn State 34 

17 Virginia 14 

10 West Virginia 20 

1971 (2-9) 

13 Villanova 28 

35 N. C. State 7 

14 North Carolina 35 

14 Wake Forest 18 

13 Syracuse 21 

6 South Carolina 35 

23 Florida 27 

38 V.M.I 

27 Penn State 63 

14 Clemson 20 

27 Virginia 29 

1972 (5-5-1) 

24 N.C. State 24 

26 North Carolina 31 

28 V.M.I 16 

12 Syracuse 16 

23 Wake Forest 

37 Villanova 7 

14 Duke 20 

24 Virginia 23 

16 Penn State 46 

31 Clemson 6 

8 Miami (Fla.) 28 

1973 (8-4) 

13 West Virginia 20 

23 North Carolina 3 

31 Villanova 3 

38 Syracuse 

22 N. C. State 24 

37 Wake Forest 

30 Duke 10 

22 Penn State 42 

33 Virginia 

28 Clemson 13 

42 Tulane 9 

(Peach Bowl Dec. 28, 1973) 

16 Georgia 17 

1974 (8-4) 

16 Alabama 21 

10 Florida 17 

24 North Carolina I- 

31 Syracuse 



41 Clemson 

47 Wake Forest 

20 N. C. State 10 

17 Penn State 24 

41 Villanova 

56 Duke 13 

10 Virginia 

(Liberty Bowl, Dec. 16, 1974) 

3 Tennessee 7 

1975 (9-2-1) 

41 Villanova 

8 Tennessee 26 

34 North Carolina 7 

10 Kentucky 10 

24 Syracuse 7 

37 N. C. State 22 

27 Wake Forest 

13 Penn State 15 

21 Cincinnati 19 

22 Clemson 20 

62 Virginia 24 

(Gator Bowl Dec. 29, 1975) 

13 Florida 

1976 (11-1) 

31 Richmond 7 

24 West Virginia 3 

42 Syracuse 28 

20 Villanova 9 

16 N. C. State 6 

17 Wake Forest 15 

30 Duke 3 

24 Kentucky 14 

21 Cincinnati 

20 Clemson 

28 Virginia 

(Cotton Bowl Jan. I, 1977) 

21 Houston 30 

1977 (8-4) 

21 Clemson 14 

16 West Virginia 24 

9 Penn State 27 

20 N. C. State 24 

24 Syracuse 10 

35 Wake Forest 7 

31 Duke 13 

7 North Carolina 16 

19 Villanova 13 

27 Richmond 24 

28 Virginia 

(Hall of Fame Bowl Dec. 22, 1977) 

17 Minnesota 7 

1978 (9-3) 

31 Tulane 7 

24 Louisville 17 

21 North Carolina 20 

20 Kentucky 3 

31 N. C. State 7 

34 Syracuse 9 

39 Wake Forest 

27 Duke 

3 Penn State 27 

17 Virginia 7 

24 Clemson 28 

(Sun Bowl Dec. 23, 1978) 

Texas 42 

1979 (7-4-0) 

24 Villanova 20 

19 Clemson 

35 Mississippi State 14 

7 Kentucky 14 

7 Penn State 27 

N. C. State 7 

17 Wake Forest 25 

27 Duke 

17 North Carolina 14 

28 Louisville 

17 Virginia 7 

1980 (8-4) 

7 Villanova 3 

31 Vanderbilt 6 

14 West Virginia II 



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.1 North Carolina .. 17 

y Pittsburgh 38 

10 iVnn State .. 24 

11 Wake Forest 10 

17 Duke 14 

24 N. C. State 

.14 Clemson 7 

31 Virginia .., 

I rangerine Bowl Dec. 20. 1980) 

20 Florida 35 

1981 (4-6-1) 

17 Vanderbilt 23 

13 West Virginia 17 

.14 N. C. State 9 

17 Syracuse 17 

Ki Florida 15 

45 Wake Forest 53 

24 Duke 21 

iti North Carolina 17 

7 Tulane 14 

7 Clemson 21 

4X Virginia 7 

1«*S2 (8-4-0) 

31 Penn State 39 

18 West Virginia 19 

23 N. C. State 6 

26 Syracuse 3 

38 Indiana State 

52 Wake Forest 31 

49 Duke 22 

31 North Carolina 24 

18 Miami 17 

22 Clemson 24 

45 Virginia 14 

(Aloha Bowl Dec. 25. 19X2) 

20 Washington 21 

1983 (8-4-0) 

21 Vanderbilt 14 

21 West Virginia 31 

13 Pittsburgh 7 

23 Virginia 3 

34 Syracuse 13 

36 Wake Forest 33 

38 Duke 3 

28 North Carolina 26 

23 Auburn 35 

27 Clemson 52 

29 N.C. State 6 

(Florida Citrus Bowl Dec. 17, 1983) 

23 Tennessee 30 




TERP 
FOOTBALL LETTERMEN 

"A" 
Abbott. Robert 1971 
Absher, Dick 1964. '65,'66 
Adams. Chester 1908 
Adams. Donald 1925. '26/27 
Adams. Ron 1963, '64 
Adams, Steve 1981 
Aitcheson, Leither 1917 
Aitcheson, Whitnej 1913, '14 
Albarano. Ralph 1937, 38. '39 
Albrecht, George 1952. '53 '54 
Albrittain, Lemuel 1902, '03 
Alderton. Gene 1955, '56, '57 
Alderton. John 1950. '51, '52 
Alexander, Richard 1941 
Alkire, John 1973, '74 
Ambrusko, Ken 1962. '64 '65 
Andorka. Bill 1934 
Andrews, Olin 1908, '09, '10 
Andrus, Robert 1946 
Arbutina, Matt 1963. '64 '65 
Arizzi, Ernie 1961, '62, '63 
Armsvvorthv, Frank 1950 
Athev. Ronald 1955. '56 
Atkins. Steve 1975. '76. 77. '78 
Atkinson. Jess 1981, '82, '83 
Augsburger, Pete 1948, '49. '50 
Aulisi. Ed 1980. '81, '82 
Aulisi. Joe 1980. '81. '82 
Austin. Gerald 1982 
Avelinni, Bob 1972. '73. '74 
Axt. R. W. (Dutch) 1915, '16, '17 

"B" 

Bach, Billy 1966 
Badanjek, Rick 1982, '83 
Bafford. Harold 1925. '26. '27 
Bagranoff. Larrv 1963. '64, '65 
Baierl, Ralph 1953, '54 
Bailey, Caleb (Zeke) 1918. 

'19. '20. '21, '22 
Baker, Brian 1981, '82, '83 
Baker, Charles 1906 
Baker. Pat 1965, '66, '67 
Baldante, John 1978. '79 
Baldwin. Clarence 1981, '82, '83 
Banner, Murnis 1960, '61. '62 
Bannon. J. G. 1892. '93. ^4 
Barbiasz. Chris 1979. '80 
Barkalovv. Gerald 1945 
Barlund. Dick 1959, '60, '61 
Barnes. George 1941, '42, '45 
Barnes. Hank 1969. '70. '71 
Baroni. John 1947. '48 
Barrit. Ed 1952 
Bartlett. W. D. 1923 
Bates. Duane 1944 
Battaglia. Sam 1967 
Bauer. J. W. 1908 
Beamer. Frances 1938. '39 
Beardslev. Al 1956. '58 
Beattv. Bill 1924. '25 
Becker. Ed 1958 
Bednar. Ray 1970. 71, 72 
Behbahani. Kambiz 1971 
Behr. Sam 1945. '47 



Behrmann, Joe 1957, '58 
Beightol, Lynn 1951, '53, '54, '55 
Bell, Fred 1X96. '97 
Bell, Karl 1965 
Bell, Bobbv 1976 
Benner, Willis 1932, '33 
Bennett, Gordon I960 
Benson, Kevin 1972. 73, 74. 75 
Benson. Shawn 1982. '83 
Benson. I odd 1978. 79. "80 
Berger, Lotus (Bosey) 1930. '31 
Bernardo, Ralph 1943 
Berry, Harold 1940/41 
Besley, Kirk 1922, 74/25 
Betty, Dale 1958. '59, '60 
Betz, rheodore 1948, '49, '50 
Bielski, Dick 1952. '53. '54 
Bilancioni, Bert 1965 
Binder. Paul 1910 
Birkland, John 1934. '35, '36 
Bishop. Randolph 1944. '46 
Bissell, John 1945 
Bittner, Dick 1955 
Blackburn, Ray 1953, '54 
Blackistone, Wade 1894 
Blandford. James 1897. '98 
Bloomingdale, Alan 1973. 74 
Blount, Alvin 1983 
Bobenko. Alex 1943 
Boeri, Walter 1951, '52 
Boinis, John 1962 
Bonis, Pete 1958, '59, '60 
Bolton, Ed. 1949. '50 
Bonk, Harrv 1945. '46. '47, '48 
Bonnet. Arthur 1924, '25 
Boothe. Dan 1942 
Boring, Les 1980. '81 
Boslev. John 1905 
Bosle'v, Lester 1918. '19. 70. '21 
Bovic. Charles 1902 
Bouscaren. William 1897 
Bow ersox. Jack 1953. '54 
Bowland. Bill 1904. '05. '06 
Bowland. Jay 191 1. '12. '13. '14 
Bowman, Charles 1967 
Boxold. Charles 1953. '54 
Boyda. John 1937. '38. '39 
Bozeman. Richard 1943 
Bracken. Lou 1967. '68 
Bradford. Robert 1949 
Bradlev. J. A. 1898. '99 
Bradley. Walter 1933 
Bramson. Bernardo 1964, '65, '66 
Brancato, Joe 1973. 74 
Brand. Robert 1937. '38 
Brandt. Marshall 1942 
Brannan. Tim 1970. 71. 72 
Branner. Cecil 1919. '20. '21. '22. '23 
Brant. Mike 1967. '68. '69 
Brant. Tim 1970. 71. 72 
Branttuner. Lee 1970. 71 
Brasher. James 1947. "48. '49 
Brechiel. Jim 1973. 74. 75 
Breedlove. Rod 1957. '58, '59 
Brenner. John 1941. '42 
Bresnahan. Tom 1964 
Breunich. Tom 1952. '53 
Brewer. Edward B. (Lntz) 1916. 
70. 7 I 



61 



Brewer, Mac 1922, '23 

Brkovich, Joe 1981, '82, '83 

Broglio, Paul 1947, '48 

Bromley, Walter 1922, '23, '24, '25 

Brougher, Don 1952, '53, '54 

Broumel, Tom 1960 

Brown, David 1900, '01, '02, '03 

Brown, Gurnest 1979, '80, '81, '82 

Brown, Robert 1937, '38, '39 

Brown, Tom 1960, '61, '62 

Brubaker, Eric 1975 

Bryan, Thomas 1901 

Bryant, William 1937 

Brzostowski, Art 1965, '66, '67 

Budkoff, Nick 1936, '37 

Bungori, Dan 1971, '72, '73 

Burdelski, Steve 1983 

Burgee, Dick 1953, '54, '55 

Burger, Joe 1921, '22, '23, '24 

Burgess, Tom 1977, '78, '79 

Burgley, Bill 1956, '57 

Burke, Pat 1968, '69, '70 

Burke, Steven 1983 

Burke, Terry 1983 

Burlin, Ralph 1939, '40, '41 

Burns, Jimmy 1910 

Burruss, Lloyd 1976, '77, '78, '80 

Burton. Bob 1961, '62, '63 

Bury, Lou 1962, '63 

Buscher, Bernie 1933, '34, '35 

Buscher, F. A. 1932, '33 

Butsko, Harry 1961, '62 

Byrd, Bill 1942 

Byed, Harry C. (Curley) 1 905, '06, '07 

Byrom, Bruce 1977, '78, '79, '80 

"C" 

Calandra, William 1971 
Caldwell, Rodney 1982 
Callahan, Charles 1933, '34, '35 
Calta, Keith 1976, 77, '78 
Campbell, Joe 1973, '74, '75, 76 
Carinci, Jan 1978, '79, '80 
Carliss, Ernest 1919, '20, '21 
Carlson, Rick 1966, '67, '68 
Carney, Mike 1978, '79, '80 
Carr, Brad 1974 75, 76, 77 
Carroll, Charles 1957 
Carroll, Douglas 1899 
Carter, A. R. 1914 
Carter, Crawford 1918 
Carter, Louis 1972, 73, 74 
Carter, Vernon 1983 
Castro, Dale 1978, 79, '80 
Cashwell, Dorsey 1897, '98 
Chacos, Louis 1942 
Chadick, Mike 1968 
Chalmers, George (Shorty) 1929, 

'30, '3 1 
Chamberlain, Glenn 1977, 78 
Chiaverini, Len 1962, '63 
Chisari, Thomas 1943, '44, '45 
Chovanes, Eddie 1941, '42, 46 
Christianson, Dave 1951 
Church, C. Grant 1897, '99 
Church, L. M. 1905 
Ciambor, Steve 1967, '68, '69 
Cianciulli, Steve 1978 
Cianelli, Dave 1949, '50, '51 
Chichowski, Tom 1963, '65, '66 



Cielensky, Mike 1973, 74, 75 
Claiborne, Jonathan 1975, 76, 77 
Clark, Morrison 1920 
Cloud, Everett 1958, '59, '60 
Coggins, Bert 1916 
Coggins, Irving 1914, '15, '16 
Colbert, Bob 1967, '68, '69 
Cole, Bob 1958 
Cole, Fred 1956, '57, '58 
Cole, George 1932 
Collins, Bobby 1964, '65, '66 
Collins, Gary 1959, '60, '61 
Collins, Scott 1977, 78, 79 
Colteryahn, Lloyd 1951, '52 
Crompton, Barnes 1892, '93 
Condie, Dennis 1960, '61 
Condon, John 1949 
Conrad, Dave 1974, 75, 76 
Conrad, Luther 1940, '41, '42 
Continetti, Reno 1943, '44 
Cooke, Ed 1955, '57 
Cooke, Sam 1897, '98, '99 
Cooper, Barney 1905, '06, '07 
Cooper, Fred 1964, '65, '66 
Cooper, Larry 1943, '44 
Corcoran, Jim 1962, '64, '65 
Cordyack, John 1940, '41 
Corvino, Mike 1979, '80, '81, '82 
Cory, Ernest 1907, '08 
Cosgrove, Tom 1950, '51, '52 
Coster, H. O. 1916, '17, '18 
Couch, George 1942 
Covington, Al 1982, '83 
Covington, Bryant 1983 
Cozzi, Richard 1975 
Cowdrey, Chris 1970, 71, 72 
Cox, Doug 1983 
Crapster, Jack 1908 
Crecca, Joseph 1932, '33 
Crosland, Robert 1945, '46 
Crossan, Dave 1960, '61, '62 
Crothers, Omar (Gus) 1926, '27, '28 
Crytzer, Marty 1951, '52, '53 
Cummins, Richard 1978, 79 



"D" 

D'Addio, Dave 1979, '80, '82, '83 
Dailey, Darnell 1978, 79, '81 
Daly, Ed 1934, '35, '36 
Daly, Leslie 1943, '44, '45 
Darby, Samuel 1899 
Dare, Howie 1954, '55, '57 
Davidson, Jim 1959, '60, '61 
Davis, Fred 1946, '47, '48, '49 
Davis, Jack 1954, '55, '56 
Davis, Lynn 1949, '50, '51 
Davis, Russell 1981, '82, '83 
Dean, Robert 1948, '49, '50 
DeArmey, Frank 1935, '36, '37 
DeArmey, John 1938 
DeCarlo, Dan 1974, 75 
DeCicco, Nick 1955, '56, '57 
Decker, Don 1951, '52 
Deckman, Joe 1930 
Demczuk, Bernard (Sonny) 1968, '69 
Dennis, Russell 1953, '54, '55 
DePaul, Bobby 1982, '83 
Derrick, H. B. 1914, '15, '16 
DeStephano, Robert 1950, '51. '52 



Detko, Chester 1960, '61, '62 
Devon, Joe 1898 
Dewitz, Brant 1979, '80 
DiCaprio, Richard 1973, 74 
Dick, Larry 1975, 77 
Dickey. Edmund 1900 
Dietrich, Leroy 1958, '59, '60 
Dietz, Guy 1973, 74 
Dil, Chris 1965 
Dill, John 1967, '68, '69 
DiOrio, Joe 1967, '68 
Dittmar, Jack 1941, '42 
Divito, Paul 1973, 74, 75 
Doak, Harry 1906, '07 
Dodson, Charlie 1927, '28, '29 
Dominic, Brian 1971 
Donas, Kevin 1983 
Donofrio, Ralph 1966, '67 
Doory, Frank 1943, '44 
Doner, Don 1977, 78 
Douglas, John 1976, 77 
Drach, Joseph 1945, '46, '47 
Drass, Pat 1959, '60, '61 
Dnmal, Chuck 1967 
Drozdov, Olaf 1962, '63, 64 
DuBois, Oscar 1942 
Duda, Mark 1979, '80, '81, '82 
Dudish, Mickev 1976, 77, 78 
Duley, Tom 1931 
Dunbar, Emmons 1900, '01, '02 
Durbin, Mark 1981 
Dutton, Ken 1967, '68, '69 
DuVall, Mearle 1939, '40, '41 
Dwyer, Frank 1939 
Dyer, John 1968, '69, 70 
Dyson, Gene 1955 

"IT" 

Earley, Harold 1949 

Edel, SamT. 1919 

Edwards, Tony 1983 

Ellinger, Charlie 1934, '35, '36 

Ellis, Gary 1978, 79 

Emerson, Darryl 1982 

Emrich, William 1971 

Ennis, Lou 1933, '34, '35 

Eppley, Geary (Swede) 1919, '20 

Erhard, Jerry 1970, 72 

Esiason, Norman 1981, '82, '83 

Eubanks, Howard 1979, '80, '81, '82 

Evans, Bill 1974, 75 

Evans, Clay 1907 

Evans, Francis 1945, '46, '47, '48 

Evans, William 1928, '29, '30 

Everson, William 1947. '48 



Faber, Parker 1930, "31 
Faloney. Bernie 1951, '52, '53 
Faucette. Chuck 1983 
Fazio, Ron 1982, '83 
Fanz, Scott 1978, 79, '80 
Farrell, Albert 1932 
Fasano, Rick 1978, 79. '80 
Fastuca, Sal 1944 
Feher, Gene 1961, '62, '63 
Fehr, Walter 1945, '46 
Felton, Ralph 1951, '52, '53 
Ferrante, Joe 1961, '62, '63 
Fesmeyer, Charles 1901, '02 



62 



Fiedor, John 1^73 

Fincke, Edward 1950 

Firor, Guy 1905, "06 

Fischer, Stanley 1952 

Fisher. Ralph 1973. 74. 75, "76 

Fisher, William 1930 

Fishman, Jerry 1963. '64 

Fitzpatrick, Paul 1967. '68. '69 

Fletcher. Andy 1916. '17 

Fletcher, Dwayne 1958. '59. '60 

Fletcher, Edward 1935. '36 

Flick. Paul 1942 

Ror, lorn 1957. '58. '59 

Flynn, rim 1953, '54. '55 

I orbes, John 1957. '58 

lord, .lames 1977 

Forrester, .lames 1937. "38 

Foster. Daniel 1975 

Fotta, Bill 1976 

Fox, Hank 1949. '50, '51 

Franklin, Jamie 1972, "75 

Frattaroli, Joe 1962. '64 

Friedgen, Ralph 1968 

Fries, Greg 1968, '69. '70 

Fritsch, John 1955, '56, '57 

Fritz, Emile 1945, '46 

Fromang. Steve 1970, 71, '72 

Fry, Clarence (Chick) 1949. '50. '51 

Fullerton, Ed 1950. '51. '52 

Fuller. Clifton 1892. '93. ^4 

Fulton, Ed 1973. '74. 75. 76 

Funk, Mike 1962 

Furman, Tyrone 1981. '82, '83 

Furst, Walter 1911 

"G" 

Gaetz. Norman 1944 
Gaines. Mike 1970. 71. 72 
Gall. Ed 1977. 78. 79. '80 
Gallagher. Bob 1958 
Gait. Pete 1905 
Gambino. l.u 1946. '47 
Garber. Chip 1975. 76. 77 
Gardi. Joe 1957, '58. '59 
Gareis. Hank 1967, '68. '69 
Garner. Enoch 1902 
Garrott. William 1933. '35 
Gawlick 1965. '66. '67 
Gavzur, Rudolph 1949 
Gebhardt. John 1967. '68 
Getz. Harrv 1935 
Gibbons. Charles 1896. '97 
Gibson. Ray 1962 
Gienger. Craig 1970 
Gienger. George 1939. '40 
Gierula. Chester 1947, '48, '49. '50 
Gilbert. Herbert 1918. '19. '20. '21 
Gill. Vernon 1903, '04 
Gillespie. Bill 1967. '69 
Gilmore, Jack 1962. '63 
Gilmore. John 1940, '42 
Gioia. Bob 1980. "81 
Glamp. Paul 1976. 78. 79 
Glamp. Pete 1978. 79. '80 
Gleasner. Donald 1945 
Glover, Kevin 1982. '83 
Goldman. Luther 1933 
Goodman. Jim 1946. '47, '48 
Gormlev. John 1934. '35. '36 
Grace. Mike 1966. '67, "68 



(nail. Gustauus 1842, '93 

Graham, Duey 1970 
Grant, Bill 1967. '68 
Grason, Andy 1898. "99 
Greene, ["onj 1968. "69. 70 
Greer, William 1944. '45 
Gregory, Larry 1979 
Gretz, Harry 1933 
Grey. Chris 1978, 79 
GrOSS, James 1981. '82. '83 
Groves, John (Boots) 1919, 

'20. '21, '22, '23 
Guckeyson, Bill 1934, '35, '36 
Gunderman, Bobby 1982. '83 
Gunderman, Fd 1965, '66 
Gunderman, Tom 1957. '58. '59 
Gundry, Jesse 1921 

"H" 

Hacker. Bob 1959, '60. '61 

Hafcr, Robert 1943 

Hagen, James 1977 

Hagerman, Tom 1942 

Haley, Bob 1967. '68 

Hall. Irving (Bottle) 1923. "24 

Hamilton, Fred 1955, '56, '57 

Hamley, James 1969 

Hannigan, John 1961, '62 

Hanulak, Chet 1951, '52, '53 

Harbert. Doug 1975. 76, 77 

Harding, Samuel (Pop) 1892, '93, '94 

Hardistv, John 1899, 1900 

Harraka. Greg 1982. '83 

Harris. Derick 1974 

Harris, George 1893. '94 

Harris. Leon 1976 

Harrison. Roland 1892, "93. '94 

Hart, R. G. 1915 

Hatfield, Norm 1962, '63 

Hatter. Jim 1956. '57. '58 

Hatton. Hannibal 1905. '06 

Haussmann. Kevin 1978 

Havener, Chris 1980 

Hawkins. Ralph 1956. '57 

Hayden, Courtney 1930. '31 

Hayman, Edgar 1904 

Headley, Coleman 1934, '35, '36 

Heagy, Al 1927, '28, '29 

Healv. Don 1955. '56. '57 

Healv. Jack 1955, '56 

Heffner, Fred 1952. '53 

Heine. George 1923, '24 

Heintz. William 1928. '29 

Helbock. Bill 1942 

Herzog. Fred 1924, '25 

Hetrick, John 1966 

Heuring. Ed 1954. '55. '56 

Heward. Harry 1894. '96 

Hewitt. Frederick 1937. '38 

Hever, Frank 1940. '41 

Hickman. William 1943 

Hicks. Chaplain 1907. '08 

Hill. Darrvl 1963 

Hill. Greg 1982. '83 

Hillis. Robert 1943 

Hinebaugh. Wade 1896. "97 

Hindman. F. R. 1913. '14. '15 

Hines. Frank 1898. '99 

Hines. Frank. Jr. 1932 

Hinkle. Monte 1971. 72. 73 



Hoch, Mike 1966 
linen. Ralph 1907. '08 

Hoen, Stanlej 1908 
Hoffei kei I rank 191 I. '12, '13 
Hoffman, < harles 1968, '69 
Hoffman. I dward 1943 
Hoffman, (ill 1982. '83 
Hoffman, Herb 1952. '53, '54 
Hoge, Hamilton 1906 
Holder, Eric 1983 
Holinka, Jefl 1983 
Hons, Craig 1970 
lloppengardner, Joe 1940. '42 
Hoover, Kim 1973. 74. 75 
Horning. Joe 1951. 52. '53. '54 
Hough, John 1922. '23. '24 
Hrezo. Joe I960. '61. '62 
Hufman, Jack 1942 
Hughes, Leroy 1972, 73. 74. 75 
Humphries. Howard 1963, '64, '65 
Hunt. Max 1940 
Hunteman, Charles 1912, '13 
Hurd, Art 1951, '52 
Hurson, Edward 1943 

Idzik. John 1947, '48, '49. '50 
Iglehart, John 1905 
Igus. Chris 1983 
Imphong. Mike 1967 
Irvine. John 1952. '53, '54 



Jackson, Fred 1946 
James, Robert 1941, '42, '46 
Jameson, George 1906 
Jankowski, Gary 1960. '61. '62 
Jarmoska, George 1940. '41, '42 
Jennings, Ricky 1973, 74. 75 
Jernigan. Cv 1971. 73 
Johnson. Charles 1976. 77. 78 
Johnson. Dave 1911. '12. '13 
Johnson. Ed 1965 
Johnson. Sam 1978, 79. '80 
Johnston. Richard 1945. '46 
Jones. David 1971 
Jones. Lendell 1981, '82, '83 
Jones, Stan 1951. '52, '53 
Joyce, Fred 1962. '63, '64 
Joyce, Jim 1957. '58, '59 
Joyce, Jim 1981, '82. '83 
Joyner, Willie 1981. '82. "83 

"K" 

Kane, Ed 1966, '67. '68 
Karangalen. Peter 1943 
Karnash. Stanley 1948. '49, '50 
Kaufman. Norman 1959. '60 
Kecman. Dan 1967. '68. '69 
Kecman. Ron 1970. 71. 72 
Keith. Jeff 1949. '51 
Keenan. Charles 1930. '31. 32 
Keenan. John 1926. '27. '28 
Kafauver. Harrv 1898. "99 
Kellv. Harold 1970 
Kellv. Steve 1983 
Kemp. William 1909. '10. '11 
Kenlev. Frank 1896. ^7. "98 
Kennv. John 1964. '65 
Kensler. Ed 1948. '49. '50. '51 



63 



Kern, Fred 1957, '58 
Kershner, Ted 1956, '57, '58 
Kessler, Gordon 1926, '27, '28 
Kichman, Charles 1956 
Kiernan, Paul 1931, 32 
Kilgallen, Jim 1953 
Kinard, Ben 1973, 74 
King, John 1968, '69 
Kinney, Eugene 1945, '46, '47, '48 
Kinney, Vince 1975, '76, '77 
Kirchiro, Bill 1959, '60, '61 
Kishpaugh, W. M. 1913, '14, '15, '16 
Klaube, Ted 1975, 76, 77 
Klingerman, Doug 1964, '65 
Kloppmeyer, Charles 1906 
Knight, Chris 1983 
Knode, Bobby 1916, '17, '18. '19 
Knode, Ken 1911, '12, '13, '14, '15 
Koch, Peter 1981, '82, '83 
Koehler, Hugh (Pop) 1909, 

'10, '11, '12 
Koelle, Raymond 1930, '31 
Kolarac, George 1954, '55, '56 
Kolencik, Frank 1979, '80, '81, '82 
Kolodne, Walter 1943 
Komlo, Bill 1956 
Koprowski, Marion 1973, 74, 75 
Koziol, Steve 1976, 77, 78 
Krahling, Chick 1964, '65 
Krajcovic, Jess 1929, 30, '31 
Kramer, Marvin 1949, '50 
Kramer, Paul 1953 
Kraus, Joe 1983 
Kreider. John 1979, '80, '81 
Kronberg, Vic 1982 
Krouse, Bill 1939, '40 
Krouse, Raymon 1947, '48, '49, '50 
Kubany, Glenn 1968, '69 
Kuchta, Joe 1948, '49, '50 
Kurz, Jim 1946 

"L" 

Ladygo, Peter 1950, '51 
LeHayne, Alfred 1975 
Landolt, Dean 1968 
Leneve, Ron 1957, '58 
Lange, Robert 1973, 74 
Lanigan, Pat 1924, '25 
Larkin, Bob 1980 
Larkin, Edward 1971 
LaRue, James 1947, '48, '49 
Lary, Ralph 1977, 78, 79, '80 
Latham, Ector, 1922, '23 
Lattimer, Charles 1951, '52, '53 
Laughery, Bob 1952 
Lavine, Stanford 1948, '49 
Lavrusky, Jim 1965, '66, '67 
Lawrence, George 1938, '39 
Lawrence, James 1968 
Lawson, J. W. 1892 
Layman, Bob 1956, '57, '58 
Lazaro, Bill 1958, '59 
Lazzarino, Joe 1954, '55 
Leatherman, John 1926 
LeGore, Walter 1904 
Lewis, Dickie 1956, '57, '58 
Lewis, Gomer 1924 
Lewis, Grenville 1894, '96 
Lewis, Mike 1979, '80, "81, '82 
Lewis, Ron 1962, '63 



Liebold, Leland 1952 
Lillibridge, John 1896, '97 
Lilly, Hank 1963 
Lindsay, Paul 1951 
Linkous, Fred 1925, '26, '27 
Lishack, Michael 1971 
Livingston, Phil 1978, 79 
Lloyd, Edward 1938, '39 
Lombard, Henry 1928, '29 
Loncar, Ed 1977, 78 
Loomis, Lynn 1912, '13 
Lorton, Kyle 1979, '80 
Lovett, Billy 1966, '67, '68 
Luckey, George 1923, '24 
Lumsden, Milton 1939, '40 
Lunn, Cameron (Tubby) 1906, '07 
Lutz, James 1943 
Lynch, Leonard 1981 '82 

"M" 
Mac Bride, Bob 1969, 70 
MacDonald, Alexander 1916, 

'17, '18, '19, '20 
MacDonald, John 1932 
Mace, Ron 1962 

Mackall, Thomas 1904, '05, '06, '07 
Mackert, Roy 1919, '20 
Maddox, Alvin 1976, 77, 78 
Madigan, George 1928, '29 
Mahnic, Robert 1969, 70 
Main, Wilber 1956, '57 
Makar, James 1943 
Maletzkv, Bill 1951, '52 
Mallonee, Lloyd 1942 
Manges, Mark 1974, 75, 76, 77 
Marchetto, Peter 1977 
Marciniak, Walt 1964, '65 
Marino, Chris 1983 
Markoe, Dave 1964 
Marshall, Larrv 1969. 70, 71 
Martell, James 1970, 71, 72 
Martin, Andy 1963, '64 
Martin, Bill 1957, 58 
Martin, Charles 1963, '64 
Martine, Roy 1950, '51 
Massey, Paul 1946 
Massey, Tom 1898 
Massie, Leonard 1969, 70. 71 
Matera, Brian 1977, 78, 79 
Matthews, J. Marsh 1900, '01. '02 
Mattia, Peter 1968, '69, 70 
Mattis, Bob 1982 
May, Charlie 1929, '31 
Mayer, George 1904 
Mayhew, John 1932 
Mayo, Edmund 1903 
McCarthy, John 1936. '37 
McCarthy, Joseph 1944, '45 
McCarthy, Patrick 1943, '46 
McCaw, Stewart 1934 
McDonald, John 1927, '28, '29 
McFadden, Bill 1981, '82 
McFadden, Earl 1943 
McHale, Tom 1983 
McHugh, Thomas 1947, '48, '49, '50 
McLaughlin, Tom 1935 
McLuckie, Tom 1952, '53. "54 
McManus, Edward 1970, 71 
McNeil, Paul 1940 



McNutt, Alonzo 1905 

McQuade, Jack 1921, '22, '23 

McQuade, Thomas 1949 

McQueen, Lorie 1964. '65 

McQuown, Wymand 1964, '65, '66 

McVicker, John 1955 

Meade, Jim 1936, '37 

Medile, Sam 1979, '80 

Meister, Bill 1968, '69, 71 

Melcher, Dick 1963, '65 

Melcher, Mick 1963, '64, '65 

Merritt, Roland 1968, '69 

Mesner, Bruce 1983 

Mess, R. W. 1913. '14 

Michael, R. M. 1916 

Mier, Jack 1941, '42 

Mike-Mayer, Steve 1972, 73, 74 

Milkovich, Bob 1979, '80, '81 

Miller, Charlie 1929 

Miller, Chris 1973, 74 

Miller, Doug 1982 

Miller, Gary 1963 

Miller, Mike 1975, 76 

Miller, Tom 1969, 70, 71 

Miloszewski, John 1966 

Minion, Ed 1933, '34, '35 

Mitchell, Hanson 1896 

Mitchell, John 1931, '32 

Mitchell, Parker 1892, '93 

Mitchell, Walter 1900, '01, '02, '03 

Modzelewski, Dick 1950, '51, '52 

Modzelewski, Edward 1949, '50, '51 

Molster, James 1947 

Molster, Charley 1918 

Mona, Joe 1959, '61, '62 

Mondorff, Pershing 1937, 39 

Mont, Tom 1941, '42, '46 

Montgomery, Tom 1913 

Moore, Eric 1970 

Moore, John 1919, '20, '21, '22 

Moran, J. Patrick 1944 

Morgan, Bob 1951, '52, '53 

Morhinweg, Fred 1917 

Morris, Scott 1943 

Morris, William (Country) 1912, '13 

Morrison, Clark 1921 

Mortensen, Carl 1966 

Morter, La Roy 1945, '46 

Morton, John 1939. '40, '41 

Moss, Charles 1976 

Moss. Joseph 1949, 50, '51 

Mudd, Khostka 1909. '10, 'II 

Mueller, John 1940 

Mueller, Leo 1938, '39, '40 

Muffler, Joe 1976, 77, 78 

Muller, Mike 1980, '81, '82 

Mulliken, Clarence 1894 

Murphy. Bill 1972. 73 

Murphy, Joe 1939, '40 

Murphy, Scott 1975 

Myers, Dutch 1918, '19 

Myrtle, Chip 1964, '65, '66 

Myslinski, Tom 1965, '66. '67 

"N" 
Nairn. Roland 1950 
Nalewak. Ron 1964. '65 
Nardo. Anthony 1942 
Nardo, Dave 1962. '63 
Nash, John 1973, 74, 75 



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Nash. John 19X0. 'SI, 'S2 
Navarro, Frank 1950, '51, '52 
Naylor, Ralph 1900, '01, '02 
Neal, lommv 1983 
Nelligan, Bert 1896 
Nelson. Richard 1932. 73, '34 
Nesbit, Amis 1918. 

'19. '20. '21. '22 
Nestor. Paul 1951, '52 
Neville, Al 1971, '72. 73 
Nick. Glenn 1977 
Nickla, Ed 1958 
Niederhelman, Joe 1982, 'S3 
Nolan, Dick 1952, '53 
Norris. John 1930. '31 
Novak, Dick 1959. '60. "61 
Nusz, Dave 1953. 54. '55 

••()'• 
Oberlin. Lyman 1914. '15. '16 
Ochap, Gene 1974. '75. '76 
O'Connor. Ed 1952 
Odell, Dave 1976 
O'Donnell, Dick 1954 
Oertly, Fred IS93 
O'Ha'ra. Dennis I96S. '69. '71 
O'Hare, Tim 1978 
Oifebeson. Whitney 1915 
Olecki. Bruce 1967', '69 
Olkewicz, Neil 1976. '77, '78 
Osborn, Downey 1923, '24 
Osier, Jerry 1962 
Owen. Norman 1943 



Pacella. Da\id 1979, '80. '81, '82 

Pagannucci, Romeno 1919. '20. '21 

Page, Calvin 1901 

Paiahunik, George 1952. '53. '54 

Palmer. Bruce 1976, '77. "78 

Panc7a, Joe 1967 

Papuchis. John 1978 

Parker. Alvin 1924. '25 

Parker. Tommy 1983 

Parsons. Jim 1952. '53. '54. '55 

Parsons, John 1926, 27 

Pastrana. Alan 1965. '66. '68 

Pearson, Ron 1966. '67. '68 

Pease, Al 1929. '30, '31 

Palanda, Michael 1977 

Pellegrini, Bob 1953, '54, '55 

Pennington. Victor 1914 

Perio. Phil 1955. 57 

Peters. Francis 1898. '99. 1900 

Petronaci. John 1971 

Petru770. Joseph 1950. '51 

Petry. Phil 1964. '65 

Pettit. Bill 1964 

Phillips. Al 1946. '47. '48 

Pietrowski, Joseph 1945 

Piker. Robert 1945 

Pinck. Guy 1904 

Piper. Dan 1960. '61. '62 

Pirronello. William 1943 

Pitzer. John 1930 

Plasnig. Dutch 1921 

Pelvin, Tom 1966. '67. '68 

Pobiak. Ed 1948, '49. '50 

Poling. William 1945. '46 



Pollock . ( ieorge (Rosy) I ''2 1 . '22, '23 

Polyanski, Stan 1955' 

Poniatowski, Hank 1959, '60. '61 

Poppelman, Ray 1930. '31, '32 

Posy. Gilbert 1909. '10. 'I I 

Posey, Walter 1913, '14, '15, '16, '17 

Pouleur, A. I.. 1902. '03 

Plough. Pearse 1892, '93 

Psira, Ken I960 

Pue, Dick 1892. '93 

Pugh, Bill 1981 

Pugh. Charlie 1927 

Pugh. Ed 1921. '22. '23. '24 

Purvis, Bart 1971. '72. '73 

"Q" 

Quander, Timmy 19S2 
Queen, C. J. 1896 

Raba. Robert 1973. '74. '75, "76 
Radice. Julie 1928. '29 
Rae, Tom 1960, '61, '62 
Raedy. Mike 1918. '19 
Ratliff, Don 1970. 71. '72 
Reich, Frank 1983 
Reilly, Charles 1969, '70. '71 
Reill'y. Jack 1960 
Reindeau. Brian 1980, 81 
Reitz. Mike 1972 
Renaldo, Chris 1982. '83 
Rhodes, Don 1977 
Ribinit/ki. Fred 1929 
Rich, M. N. 1915, '16 
Richards, Dean 1975, 76, '77. '78 
Richey, James 1975 
Ridge'ly. Charles 1897 
Ridgley. Terry 1982 
Rigby. Elmer 1940, '41, '42 
Riggleman, Mickey 1972, '73 
Riggs, M. Talbot 19 19 
Roberts, Augie 1927. '28, '29 
Roberts. George 1928 
Roberts, Guy 1969, '70. '71 
Robertson, Gilbert 1899 
Rock, Walter 1960, '61, '62 
Rock, Wilbur 1943, '44 
Rodenberger, Jeff 1979, '80, '81 
Rog, Ed 1962 
Rogers, Bill 1983 
Rogers. Jerry 1978. '79 
Rogers, Stan 1972, '73. '74 
Rollins, W. T. 1892, '93, '94 
Romano, Frank 1972. '73, '74 
Rooney. Thomas 1930 
Rosenthal. Malcolm 1944 
Roth. Earl 1947. '48. '49 
Roulette. Robert 1948, '49 
Rowden. Jake 1947, '48, '49, '50 
Roy. Ken 1973. '74. '75. '76 
Ruff. Seymour 1912. '13. '14 
Ruffner. Robert 1905. '06, '07 
Rusevlyn. Bob 1956, '57. '58 
Russell". Frank 1972. '73. '74 
Ryan. Charley 1943 



Sachs. George 1933, '34. '35 
Sadler. Alan 1982. '83 



Salley, Ernie 1974, '75. '76. '77 
Sandusky. Mike 1954. '55. '56 
Sankovich, lorn 1959. '60. "61 
Santa, lim 1972. '73. '74 
Santacroce, Leonard 1970 
Santy, loin 1965. '66. '67 
Sappington, Earl 1899 
Saunders. Oswald 1 90S. "09 
Scarbath, Dick 1958 
Scarbath, Jack 1950. '51, '52 
Schacfcr, Rich 1963, '64 
Schick, lorn 1973. '74, '76 
Schmaltz. Richard 1974. '76 
Schmitt, Jeff 1983 
Schankweiler, Scott 1983 
Schnebley, Robert 1942 
Schneider. I.eroy 1943 
Schoenherr. Charley 1943 
Schrecongost, John 1945 
Schroy, Ken 1972, '73, '74 
Schultz, Eddie 1983 
Schultz, Ferdinand 1945 
Schultz, John 1973, '74. '75 
Schwartz, Robert 1975 
Schwarz, Edward 1945. '46. '47. '48 
Schwarz, Kurt 1957, '58. '59 
Scioscia, Karney 1949, '50, '51 
Scott, George 1976. '77 
Scott, Ken 1971, 72. 73 
Scott, Vincent 1958, '59. '60 
Scotti. Ben 1956. '57. '58 
Scotti. Tony 1958, '59 
Scriber, Spencer 1980. '82, '83 
Seder. Larry 1975, '76, 77 
Seibert, Vernon 1946, '47. '48. '49 
Selep. Tom 1954, '56 
Semler, Eddie 1920, '21, '22 
Senft, Brad 1978, 79. '80 
Senior, Jethro 1980 
Settino, Joe 1931 
Seymour, Art 1970. 71. 72 
Shaffer. Dick 1939. '40 
Shaffer. James 1976. 77. 78. 79 
Shaffer. Ron 1957. '58. '59 
Shamberger. D. F. 1898 
Shank. H. A. 1915 
Shank. Scott 1969. 70. 71 
Sharkev, Jack 1975 
Sharpless. Rod 1973. 74 
Shaughnessy. Emmett 1946 
Shelton. Carl 1970. 71 
Shemonski. Bob 1949. '50. '51 
Sherman. Franklin 1896 
Sherman. Henry 1893 
Shihda. George' 1973. 74. 75 
Shiner. Dick 1961. '62, '63 
Shipley. Burt 1908. 

'09. '10. '11. '12, '13 
Shipley, James 1897. ^8 
Shipley. Richard 1952. '53. '54 
Shoals. Roger 1960. '61. '62 
Shockey. Don 1940 
Shugars. Jeff 1969. 70. 71 
Sieyers. Eric 1976. 77. 78, '80 
Sihester. Edward 1909 
Sihester, Lindsay 1908. '09 
Simler. George 1946. '47 
Simmons, Jonathan 1 98 1, '82. '83 
Simoldoni. Joe 1965, '66 



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Simon, Mike 1976, 77, 78 
Simpson, John 1932, '33, '34 
Simpson, Mike 1962 
Skarda, Jim 1955, '56 
Skinner, W. W. 1892 
Skotnicki, Frank 1937, '38, '39 
Slaninka, Richard 1968, '69, 70 
Smith, Blair 1935, '36, '37 
Smith, Bib 1939, '40 
Smith, Bob 1972, 73, 74 
Smith, Eager 1899 
Smith, Jamie 1916 
Smith, Ken 1960, '61,62 
Smith, Les 1944, '45 
Smith, Wesley 1902, '04 
Sniscak, Bernie 1946 
Snvder, Gerald 1926, '27, '28 
Snyder, Leo 1917, '18, '20 
Snyder, Robert 1933 
Sobel, Mark 1981 
Sochko, Mike 1975, 76, 77 
Solt, Ron 1981, '82, '83 
Sonntag. Ralph 1967, '68, '69 
Soporowski, Raymond 1969, 

70, 7 1 
Sothoron, Norwood 1932, '34 
Speer, Talbot 1915 
Springer, Bruce 1965 
Stable, Svdnev 1909 
Staia, Dom 1952 
Staifort, Carl 1933, '34, '35 
Stainaker, Wally 1967, '68, '69 
Stanford, John 1975, 76, 77 
Stankus, Ray 1951, '52 
Stelf, Tom 1955, '56, '57 
Steiner, Ted 1969, 70, 71 
Stem, George 1964, '65 
Stephens, Todd 1981 
Steppie, Bill 1957, '58 
Stern, George 1963 
Stevens, Jimmy 1917 
Stevens, Myron 1925, '26 
Stewart, Larry 1977, 78, 79 
Stickel, Lou 1965, '66, '67 
Stoh, Wilbur 1901, '02, '03, '04 
Stonebraker, Jack 1934, '35 
Stuart, Adam 1946 
Stubbs, J. S. 1916, '17, '18 
Stubljar, Mike 1967, '68, '69 
Stull, James 1967, '69 
Suchy, Bob 1955, '56 
Sukeena, Dick 1961 
Sullivan, Bob 1963, '64, '65 
Sullivan, Jerry 1917, '18, '19, '20 
Sullivan, Sean 1983 
Supplee, Bill 1923, '24, '25 
Surgent, Mike 1935, '36, '37 
Symons, Thomas 1898, '99 



Tamburello, Frank 1954, '55 
Tarbutton, Clyde 1914, '15, '16 
Targarona, Jack 1949, '50 
Tate, Darnell 1970 
Tauszky, Carroll 1907 
Taylor, David 1981 
Taylor, Kevin 1982 
Terney, Edward 1925, '26 
Terry, Richard 1943 
Teslovich, Michael 1943 



Thomas, Al 1968, '69, 70 
Thomas, Lewis (Knocky) 1925, 

'26, '27 
Thompson, Greg 1983 
Tice, John, 1979, '80, '81, '82 
Tice, Mike 1978, 79, '80 
Tiesi, James 1970, 71 
Tine, Chuck 1965, '66, '67 
Toler, Dick 1945 
Tomasetti, Vince 1980, 81, '82 
Tonetti, Paul 1955, '56, '57 
Torain, Ernie 1965, '66, '68 
Trachy, John 1964, '65, '66 
Trax, G. P. 1910, '11 
Trexler, Charles 1951, '52 
Trimble, Steve 1978, 79, '80 
Troha, John 1947, '48, '49, '50 
Troll, Robert 1943, '44 
Troxell, Walter 1925 
Trust, Don 1960 
Tucker, Hubert 1942 
Tucker, Joe 1947, '48, '49 
Tucker, Robert 1970. 71. 72 
Tullai, Fred 1955 
Turner, Bill 1955, '56, '57 
Turner, J. M. 1901 
Turyn, Vic 1945, '46, '47, '48 
Tuschak, Richard 1943 
Tweedy, James 1970, 71, 72 
Tye, Scott 1982 

"U" 
Luam, James 1977, 78 
Ulam, Pat 1972, 73, 74 
Ulman, Bernie 1939, '40, '41 
Underwood, Eddie 1900 

"V" 
Vanderhout, Greg 1979, '80, '81 
Van Heusen, Billy 1965, '66, '67 
Van Horn, Marlin 1977, 78, '80 
Van Reenan, Don 1960 
Van Sickler. Gary 1968, '69 
Vellano, Paul 1971, 72, 73 
Venezia, Harry 1980, '81, '82, '83 
Veradi, Gene 1957, '58, '59 
Vereb, Ed 1953, "54, '55 
Vesce, John 1973, 74 
Vince, Larry 1966, '68 
Vincent, Reginald 1940, '41, '42 
Vincent, Rufus 1932 
Visaggio, Dave 1972, 73, 74 
Vucin, Milan 1964, '65, '66 

"W" 
Wagenheim. Phil 1973, 74 
Walker, Bill 1953, '54, '55 
Walker, Clarence 1894 
Walker. Frank 1900 
Waller, Ron 1952, '53, '54 
Walter, John 1920 
Walters. Harry 1973, 74 
Walton, Robert 1936, '37 
Ward. Bob 1948. '49, '50, '51 
Ward. Christ 1976, 77, 78 
Ward, Frank 1908, '09 
Ward, Kevin 1972, 73 
Warfield, Jack 1939 
Warfield, Joshua 1900. '01 
Waters, Jean 1954, '55, '56 
Waters, John 1924, '25 
Watkins, Ben 1896 
Watkins, James 1970, 71 
Watson, Ken 1976, 77 



Watts, Harry 1901, '02, '03 

Webb. Thomas 1932, '33 

Webster, Fletcher 1903 

Weiciecowski, John 1953 

Weider, Fred 1939 

Weidensaul, Lou 1951, '52 

Weidinger, Charlie 1936, '37, '38 

Weimer, Clay 1892, '93 

Weiss, Don 1972, 73 

Welsh, George 1899 

Wentworth, George 1903 

Werner, Hubert 1942, '47, '48 

Wethington, Ray 1970, 71, 72 

Wharton, Al 1954, '55, '56 

Wharton, Jim 1939, '41 

Wharton, Thomas 1893, '94 

Whelchel, David 1925 

White, Charles 1911 

White, Charles 1975, 76, 77 

White, Donald 1962 

White, F. M. 1908 

White. Floyd, 1970, 71 

White, Harry 1912 

White. Randy 1972, 73, 74 

White, Walter 1973, 74 

White, Wellstood 1904 

Whittie, Tim 1979, '81, '82 

Widmver, Earl 1932, '33, '34 

Wikander, Gary 1961 

Wilkins, Joe 1979, '80, '81, '82 

Williamowsky, William 1943 

Williams, Aw 1915, '16 

Williams, E. P. 1910. '11, '12, '13 

Willis, Vic 1934, '35, '36 

Wilson, Len 1912 

Wilson, Eric 1981, '82, '83 

Wilson, Mark 1980, '81 

Wilson, Roger 1905, '06, '07 

Wilson, Tim 1974, 75, 76 

Wingate, Elmer 1947, '48, '49, '50 

Wingfield. Wayne 1979, '80, '81, '82 

Winslaw, J. L. 1903 

Wolfe, Percv 1943 

Wolfe, William 1935, '36, '37 

Wonderack, Arthur 1926, '27. '28 

Wood, William 1930, '32 

Woods, Al 1930, '31, '32 

Woodward, A. N. 1910 

Wooters, William 1892, '93. '94 

Worthington, Arthur 1892 

Wright. Jack 1941, '42, '46 

Wright, Todd 1979, '81 

Wyatt. Kervin 1976, 77, 78, 79 

Wvres, James 1970, 71 

Wysocki, Charlie 1978, 79, '80, '81 



Yarnell. Dennis 1971 

Yeager, Charles (Buddy) 1933, 

'34, '35 . 
Yeates, Mike 1975, 76, 77 
York, Bob 1964. '65. '66 
Young, Walter 1921. '22, 73 
Younge, Joe 1972, 74, 75 

"Z" 

Zacharv. Pete 1973. 74, 75 
Zannoni, Steve 1972, 73. 74 
Zernhelt. John 1974, 76. 77 
Zetts, Michael 1943 
Zillman. Pat 1979, 80. "81 
Zulick, Charlie 1936 
Zulick. Earl 1925, '26, '27 



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Dr. John S. Toll 

President 

John S. Toll is a vital force for excellence in higher 
education in the State of Maryland and in the nation. 

In 1978, when he became the 22nd president of the 
University it was his hope that "with a determined effort 
from everyone concerned, the University of Maryland 
can. in about a decade, become one of the best state 
university systems in the nation." 

Now, on his fifth anniversary, a major national study 
has placed the University near that mark. The National 
Academy of Sciences evaluation of graduate education in 
the U.S. shows the departments of computer science, 
physics, math, art history, economics and electrical 
engineering among the top 10 public universities in 
scholarly quality of the faculty. Seven other programs 
ranked among the top 20. Of these the arts and 
humanities programs were also listed in the 10 most 
improved among public universities. 

Growing confidence in the quality of the University has 
brought five gifts of $1,000,000 or more from individuals 
and organizations since Dr. Toll became president, and a 
gift of $5 million over the next three years from IBM. 
Membership in the Presidents Club (donors of $10,000 
and above) has quadrupled to 511, and the number of 
alumni and friends who contribute to the annual fund has 
grown from 5,000 to 21,900. 




Exceptional students, too, are recognizing the Univer- 
sity's strong academic position. In six years there has been 
a six-fold increase in the number of National Merit and 
National Achievement winners coming to Maryland. 25 
National Merit winners and 27 National Achievement 
winners are attending the University this fall. And. at a 
time when SAT scores of entering freshman were declin- 
ing nationally, there has been a steady increase at 
Maryland. 

Dr. Toll received his undergraduate degree in physics 
from Yale where he graduated with highest honors. His 
advanced physics degrees were earned at Princeton. An 
avid jogger, camper and tennis player. Dr. Toll and his 
wife Deborah have two daughters. 




John Brooks Slaughter, the third Chancellor ol the 
College Park Campus, is a distinguished scientist and a 
dedicated humanitarian as well as an able administrator. 
His research specialities are in the fields of electrical 
engineering and computer systems. His accomplishments 
in these fields have brought him high recognition. He is a 
Fellow in the Institute of Electrical and Electronic 
Engineers and the American Association for the Advance- 
ment of Science. He holds membership in the National 
Academy of Engineering, was selected U.C.L.A. Engi- 
neering Alumnus of the Year (1978), received the Dis- 
tinguished Service Award from the National Science 
Foundation ( 1979), and was recognized for Distinguished 
Service in Engineering by Kansas State University 
(1981). 



Dr. John Brooks Slaughter 

Chancellor 

Since his undergraduate days Dr. Slaughter has been 
active in humanitarian affairs. As chapter president of 
Zeta Sigma Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fra- 
ternity, Inc., (San Diego) from 1957 to 1959 he par- 
ticipated in cultural, social, and educational activities 
directed toward the enhancement of the black community 
in San Diego. As president of the Board of Directors of 
the San Diego Urban League he was concerned with 
providing equal opportunities in education, employment, 
housing, and social services. 

Prior to assuming his responsibilities at the University 
of Maryland he served as Academic Vice President and 
Provost at Washington State University and as Director 
of the National Science Foundation. In his inauguration 
address to the College Park campus on May 3, 1983. he- 
set the course for his administration: "I want to see this 
campus continue its vigorous pursuit of academic excel- 
lence while reaching out to a more diversified student 
body. I want the University of Maryland at College Park 
to set a national standard for excellence and equality, As 
we pursue these goals, we must also enhance our con- 
tributions to the State. Finally, I am committed to a 
university that is a community a community that takes 
pride in itself and touches each person involved in the 
campus w ith pride." 



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Dr. Charles A. Taff 
Chairman, Athletic Council 

Dr. Charles A. I'al'f. Professor of Transportation, 
College of Business and Management is Chairman of the 
Athletic Council. Dr. I all served as Chairman of the 
Department of Business Administration from 1962 to 
1973. He is the author of numerous articles and of four 
books, two of which are in sixth editions. 

For ISyears Dr. Taff was Editor of the I ransportation 

Journal, a professional publication that is published 
quarterly and is currently a member of its Editorial 
Review Board. 

He served as a member of the Joint U.S. Canadian St. 
Lawrence Seaways Tolls Committee which recom- 
mended the fee structure for the Seaway. He has served as 
a transportation consultant to the President's Council of 
Economic Advisors under four Presidents. 

Dr. Taff has also served as President of the Atlantic 
Coast Conference. 

Francis A. Gray, Jr. (Maryland '43) 
Associate Athletic Director 

Frank Gray joined the athletic department as Admin- 
istrative Director in 1972. He is primarily responsible for 
the fiscal program of the department with an operating 
budget of approximately $5,000,000. 

A native of Maryland and 1943 graduate of the 
University with a degree in Agriculture and Farm 
Management, he began his professional career with the 
University as an Assistant County Agricultural Agent. 

He entered private industry in 1955 but returned to the 
University in 1960 as Associate Dean of Student Life. 
During his 12 years prior to joining the Athletic Depart- 
ment he served two years as Acting Dean for Student Life 
and has served as Administrative Director for the 
Executive Dean for Student Life, the Vice President for 
Student Affairs and the Vice Chancellor for Student 
Affairs. 

Randy Hoffman (Maryland '74) 
Associate Athletic Director 

Randy Hoffman was named an Associate Director of 
Athletics this past summer after serving as Assistant AD 



and Directoi ol Sports Marketing. A I974graduate of the 
University he has worked with the golf program as 
assistant coach, head coach and Director of Golf Facil- 
ities. He assumed management of the Golf course in 1 98 I . 

He received a Bachelor's degree in Business Management- 
Marketing in 19X0 and is currently finishing his Master's 
program in Administration at Maryland. 

Randy came to Maryland from Lewisburg, Pennsyl- 
vania where he captained the football, basketball and golf 
teams and was an All-Conference quarterback. He is a 
member of the Terrapin Club and Alumni "M" Club. 

Robert T. Stumpff (Maryland '68) 
Associate Athletic Director 

Bob Stumpff returned to the athletic department in 
July 1980 as Assistant Athletic Director for Business 
Affairs, responsible for the daily business operations of 
the department, to include the Athletic Ticket Office, all 
physical facilities and all cash handling operations. He 
now coordinates the game day operations of Byrd 
Stadium and Cole Field House, is responsible for the 
daily operation of all athletic facilities and grounds 
administration. 

Bob initially came to the University as manager of the 
wrestling team. He received his degree in Transportation 
Administration in June 1968. Upon graduation he was 
named Administrative Assistant to the AD. From 
September 1969 through July 1980 he was the Associate 
Director of the Maryland Student Union. 

He has been a member of the Board of Governors of the 
M Club since 1 970 and is presently a faculty adv isor to the 
Sigma Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa. Bob is also a 
member of the College Athletic Business Managers 
Association and the College Park Board of Trade. 

Gothard Lane (Randolph Macon 71) 
Assistant Athletic Director 

Gothard Lane assumed the duties of Assistant AD for 
Non-Revenue Sports in March of 1982. He also works 
with the football and basketball programs handling their 
scheduling. 

He joined the Maryland football staff in 1973 as a 
defensive backfield coach, a position he held for four 





Frank Gray 




Gothard Lane 



years. From 1977 until his appointment as Assistant AD 
he held the position of Administrative Assistant to the 
Director of Atheltics and Director of Recruiting. 

As Assistant AD he has the administrative responsi- 
bility for all non-revenue sports, men and women. 



ship of America relay races. During World War II he 
served in combat on Guadalcanal, Vella Lavella, Bougan- 
ville, and Iowa Jima. He also served in Korea and 
Vietnam and at the time of his retirement from the Corps 
he was the Deputy Director of Information, Head- 
quarters, Marine Corps. 



William "Spider" Fry (Maryland '51) 
Assistant Athletic Director 

"Spider" Fry moved into an administrative position in 
the athletic department in 1978 after having devoted 15 
years to the athletes as Head Trainer. He now serves as 
Director of the Golf Facilities. 

As a Maryland undergraduate he earned his letter in 
varsity soccer and a B.S. Degree in Physical Education. 
He was an assistant trainer at Maryland before taking 
over the Head Trainer duties at Dartmouth. 

He returned to Maryland, after five years at Dart- 
mouth, in March 1967. 



Thomas M. Fields (Maryland '42) 
Executive Director Educational Foundation 

Tom Fields has served as Executive Director of the 
Maryland Educational Foundation since 1970 when he 
retired as a Colonel in the U.S. Marine Corp. 

For the past fiscal year the funds generated by the 
Educational Foundation totaled $1,850,000. The mem- 
bership of the Terrapin Club has expanded to 2,500 with 
62 life members ($10,000 contribution), 71 Super 
Terrapins ($2,500 annual contribution), 552 Diamond- 
backers ($1,200 annual contribution) and 533 Gold 
members ($600 annual contribution). 

Over one half of all contributors did not attend the 
University of Maryland but all are strong supporters of 
Intercollegiate Athletics and its principals of competition. 

The funds provided by the foundation have enabled the 
Terrapins to develop a Women's program that has also 
gained national recognition. All funds go to scholarships 
and the scholarship program for Women athletes is on a 
par with the program for men's non-revenue sports. 

Fields was a track star for the Terps as an under- 
graduate and helped lead the Terps to one of their finest 
days ever at the Penn Relays winning three Champion- 



Jeff Hathaway (Maryland '81) 
Business Manager of Athletics 

Jeff Hathaway returned to the University in November 
of 1982 to become head Trainer for the Terrapins 
basketball team. He also served as an assistant to Frank 
Gray, the Associate Athletic Director for Administrative 
Affairs. In May of '84 he took over the duties of Business 
Manager of Athletics and will supervise and administer 
the Athletic Department Ticket sales office. 

Following graduation from Maryland Hathaway went 
immediately to the Chicago White Sox baseball team as 
Director of Community Relations. He arranged all public 
appearances and speaking engagements of all the White 
Sox players during the 1981 and 1982 baseball seasons. 
He came to Maryland from DeMatha High where he 
worked as basketball manager and assistant trainer with 
Coach Morgan Wootten. 

He served two years as student trainer with basketball 
at Maryland and two years with the Terrapin football 
team as a student. 

Jeff did his public relations internship with the 
Washington Redskins during the 1980 training camp at 
Dickinson College with PR director Joe F. Blair. He 
received his B.S. in Athletic Administration through 
individual studies program. He is a certified emergency 
technician. 



John W. Zane (Maryland '60) 
Assistant Athletic Director 

Jack Zane returned to Maryland in August of 1969 
after serving as the Sports Information Director for The 
George Washington University for six years. 

He received his degree in Journalism from Maryland in 
February of 1960 after serving as a student assistant to 
Joe Blair for three years. He served as a full time assistant 
for two years after graduation. 

While at Maryland he was the first Executive Sports 





Spider Fry 



Tom Fields 



MM 

Jeff I latha«a\ 




Jack Zane 



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Editor <>t the Diamondback, SMC ol Pi Kappa Alpha 
and a member oi Sigma I )elta Chi Journalism fraternity. 

He served six years as a member of the NCAA Public 
Relations Committee and is currently a member of the 
NCAA Public Relations Promotions Committee. He has 
been a membei ol CoSIDA for 24 years and serves as a 
first V ice president. 

He is .1 membei ol Football, Basketball, and Baseball 
Writers of America, the Maryland Chapter of Sigma 
Delta Chi. the Atlantic Coast Sportswriters ami the 
Washington D.C. [ouchdown Club as well as a Dia- 
mondback membei of the lerrapin Club. 

A graduate of Southern High at 1 othion, he is a native 
of Maryland and served four and a half years in the Navj 
bet ore enrolling at Maryland. He is married to the former 
Judy Allen of Fayetteville, West Virginia and a graduate 
of The (Jeorge Washington University. 

Joe F. Blair (Missouri '50) 

Assistant Sports Information Director 

Joe returned to Maryland in August of 1983 where he 
began his public relations career in August of 1950. He 
served as the Sports Information Director at Maryland 
for 13 years before joining the Washington Redskins as 
Public Relations Director and Head of Media Relations. 

He has worked with the NFL Players Association, 
helped out at Maryland and served as a consultant with 
the Washington Federals during his 33 vears in the 
Washington area. 

Joe spent a total of 18 years with the Washington 
Redskins, retiring after earning his Super Bowl ring last 
year. 

During his vears he savs he has enjoyed working with 
some of the finest coaches in the profession, especially 
Jim latum. Yince Lombardi. Joe Gibbsand Jack Pardee, 
and one of the best General Managers in the NFL, Bobby 
Beathard. Alter only one season back at Maryland he 
includes Bobbv Ross among the group. 

He has worked with a National Championship team at 
Marvland ( 1953) and the Super Bowl Champions with the 
Redskins. He worked 12 Super Bowl games for the NFL 
office. 

The "Blair Lounge"at the Ledo restaurant was named 
for him in 1956. 





1 



Joe Blair 



ft 



lii returning to Maryland he joins Jack Zane, whom he 
lured into the field as a Mai \ land student. He reigned as 
"Best Man" at /;inc\ wedding in 1966 

Joe is a pi oil net ol the Missouri School ol Fournalism, 
a veteran oi World Wai II as he served in the \ii l 
and a native ol I reeport, Pennsylvania, 

Steve Rear (Maryland 83) 

Assistant Sports Information Director 

Steve Rear originally joined the Maryland Sports 
Information Office as a student assistant in September, 
1980. He became a lull time member ol the stall in 
December. 1983, following graduation He earned his 
Bachelor ol Science Degree from the University's College 
of Journalism. 

His mam assignments will be the men and women 
non-revenue sports but will assist working with all 22 
sports. 

He has worked with the media covering professional 
sports as an undergraduate student intern. He was a 
member of the 1981-82 Washington Capitals game stall 
as a public relations assistant for pre and post game 
media requirements. He also headed the staff of media 
assistants who worked the National Hockey league's 
all-star game at the Capital Centre. 

For the past two years he assisted with the media 
operations of the Lacrosse International in Baltimore. 

In the summer of 1983 Rear served as an intern with 
Advantage International, a sports management corpora- 
tion in Washington, D.C. 



Ste\e Rear 




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NATIONAL FOOTBALL 

FOUNDATION COLLEGE 

HALL OF FAME 

Three former Terrapins have been inducted into the 
National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame and 
enshrined at the Hall of Fame in Kings Island, Ohio. All 
three have been selected in the last four years. 

The first University of Maryland player to be selected 
was Robert "Bob" Ward the Terrapins All-American 
lineman and four year letterman (1948-51). Ward was 
inducted in 1980. 

Quarterback Jack Scarbath was inducted in December 
of 1983. Scarbath in addition to All-American honors 
was runnerup for the Heisman Award in 1952 after 
leading Maryland to a 28-13 win over National Champion 
Tennesse in the Jan. 1, 1952 Sugar Bowl. 

The late James M. Tatum was selected for the Hall of 
Fame this year. Tatum led the Terps to the National 
Championship in 1953 and in nine years as the Maryland 
coach recorded a 73-15-4 record. While also serving as 
Director of Athletics he took the Terrapins to the Gator 
Bowl twice (1948 and 1950) the Sugar Bowl 1952 and the 
Orange Bowl twice (1954 and 1956). 



; 



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Robert "Bob" Ward 1980 







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Jim Tatum (right) accepts 1953 National Championship Irophy. 



Scarbath 1983 



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Facts About Maryland 

I he University of Maryland is a rive-campus system 
rounded in 1X07 in Baltimore as a college of medicine. The 
College Park campus was established in 1856. In addition 
to College Park (UMCP) and Baltimore City (UMAB), 
the University has campuses on the Eastern Shore at 
Princess Anne (U MIS), in Baltimore County at Catons- 
ville (UMBO, and the worldwide University College 
(UMUC) headquartered at College Park. 

PRESIDENT, University of Maryland: John S. loll 

CHANCELLOR, College Park Campus: John Slaughter 



Mil IIPIT LETTER WINN1 l<s. Earning foui sar- 
sity letters in football today is a majoi accomplishment. 
Only two Terrapins joined the list in 19X3 and only two. 
less Atkinson and Eric Wilson, ean join the elite group in 
19X4. The record six letters earned by Burt Shipley will 
never be matched. The top letter winners are: 



SIX LETTERS 
H. Burton Shipley (1908-13) 



FIVE LETTERS 

Caleb Bailey (1918-22) 
Cecil Branner (1919-23) 
John Groves (1919-23) 



Ken Knode (191 1-15) 
Andv Nesbit (1918-22) 
Walter Posey (1913-17) 



COLLEGE PARK ENROLLMENT (Spring '84) 

12,073 undergraduate men lull time 

10,579 undergraduate women full time 

22,652 undergraduate students full time 

4,681 undergraduate students -part time 

7,571 graduate students 

34.904 total students on College Park Campus 



CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast 

FOOTBALL STADIUM Byrd (45.000) 

(Natural Turf) 

NICKNAME Terrapins (Terps) 

COLORS Red and White, Black and Gold 

(the colors of the state flag) 

GAME UNIFORMS Red and White 

TEAM PHYSICIAN Dr. Stanford A. Lavine 



JACOB'S BLOCKING TROPHY: Maryland has won 
the ACC's Jacob's blocking trophy three times. Those 
winning the award voted on by the league's coaching 
staffs are Dave Pacella in 1982. Ralph Sonntag in 1969 
and Bob Pellegrini in 1955. 

MARYLAND FOOTBALL ATTENDANCE. Home 

attendance in 1983 was up 7,078 over 1 982 and 15,303 per 
game over 1981 the year before Bobby Ross arrived in 
College Park. The 278.415 total attendance and average 
of 46.403 were both records for Byrd Stadium as was the 
total 12 game attendance of 580.654 and average of 
48.388. 



FOUR YEAR LETTERMEN: Since the new fresh- 
man eligibility rule went into effect in 1 972 the 1 erps have 
had 32 men earn four varsity letters. Ten were on the 1982 
squad. They are as follows: 



Steve Atkins, TB '78 
Kevin Benson, LB '75 
Gurnest Brown, DT '82 
Lloyd Burruss, DB '80 
Bruce Byrom, C '80 
Joe Campbell, DT '76 
Brad Carr, LB '77 
Mike Corvino, DG '82 
Dave D'Addio, FB '83 
Mark Duda, DT '82 
Howard Eubanks, LB '82 
Ralph Fisher, DT '76 
Ed Fulton, OG '76 
Ed Gall, DT '80 
Leroy Hughes. LB '75 
Frank Kolenick, DG '82 
Ralph Lary, DB '80 



Mike Lewis, WR '82 
Mark Manges, QB '77 
David Pacella, OT '82 
Bob Raba, TE '76 
Dean Richards. WR 78 
Ken Roy, DB '76 
Ernie Salley, DG '77 
Jimmy Shaffer, LB '79 
Eric Sievers, TE '80 
John Tice, TE '82 
Joe Wilkins, LB '82 
Wayne Wingfield, DB '82 
Kervin Wyatt, OG '79 
Charlie Wysocki, TB '81 
Harrv Venezia. OT '83 



FORMER STARS: The list of four year lettermen 
prior to the 1972 change includes some of the top names 
in Maryland football. There were 34 with the last End Jim 
Parsons in 1955. All-American and Hall of Famer Bob 
Ward '5 1 . tops the list along with such stars as Tackle Ray 
Krouse '50, Quarterback Vic Turyn '48. End Elmer 
Wingate '50, Running Back Harry Bonk '48 and Center 
Jake Rowden '50. The list also includes Lynn Beightol '55. 
Fred Davis '49. Chester Gierula '50, John Idzik '50, Ed 
Kensler '51, Eugene Kinney '48. Jake Rowden '50. and 
Vernon Siebert '49. 



TOUGH SCHEDULE: Seven of the II Maryland 
opponents in 1984 had winning records in 1983 and the 1 1 
had an overall winning percentage of 56 percent. Miami 
(11-1) and Clemson (9-1-1) each suffered only one loss 
while West Virginia finished 9-3. North Carolina was 8-4 
while Penn State was 8-4-1 for the season. The overall 
record in '83 was 69-55-2. 



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ACT PLAYERS OF THE WEEK IN "83 

Eric Wilson, LB vs. Vanderbilt. Sept. 10 

vs. Syracuse, Oct. 8 

vs. Duke, Oct. 22 
Boomer Esiason, QB vs. Wake Forest, Oct. 15 

vs. North Carolina, Oct. 29 
vs. Auburn, Nov. 5 
Alvin Blount. RB vs. Duke, Oct. 22 
Chuck Faucettc, LB VS. Pittsburgh, Sept. 24 
Tyrone Furman, DG vs. Virginia, Oct. I 
J. D. Gross, OLB vs. N.C. State, Nov. 19 
Bill Rogers, TE vs. N.C. State, Nov. 19 
Ron Solt, OG vs. Vanderbilt, Sept. 10 



NIGHT GAME: The Maryland-West Virginia game on 
September 17, was the first night game played in Byrd 
Stadium which opened in 1950. West Virginia won the 
game 31-21. The last night game in College Park prior to 
1983 was a 33-7 Terrapin win over Georgetown in the old 
1 8.000 seat Bryd Stadium that was located on the east side 
of campus. That game was on Sept. 30, 1949. 

The Maryland-West Virginia game was telecast by TBS 
of Atlanta with lighting provided by Musco Miblie 
Lighting of Oskaloosa, Iowa. 

TOP RANKED OPPONENTS: Maryland is the only 
team in the nation to play the last three National 
Champions in 1984. The Terps meet Clemson (1981) in 
Byrd Stadium and visit Penn State (1982) and Miami 
(1983). Boston College and Notre Dame both meet 
Miami and Penn State but do not have Clemson on their 
schedule. The Terps are the only ACC team to meet Penn 
State or Miami this fall. Maryland lost a 39-31 decision at 
Penn State in 1982 as the Nittany Lions went on to the 
National Championship. The Terps did not meet Miami 
last fall but won an 18-17 decision in Byrd Stadium in 
1982. 



BOWL OPPONENTS ON SCHEDULE: Three of 
Maryland's five non-conference opponents this fall were 
bowl winners in 1983-84 and ACC opponent North 
Carolina was in the Peach Bowl. 

West Virginia was a 20-16 winner over Kentucky in the 
Hall of Fame Bowl while Penn State visited Hawaii and 
defeated Washington 13-10 in the Aloha Bowl. Miami 
topped Nebraska 31-30 in the Orange Bowl to win the 
National Championship. The Terps met five Bowl teams 
in 1983. 



SPORTING NEWS TOP 20: The first of the football 
yearbooks on the newsstands ranks four Terp opponents 
in the top twenty (three in the top ten) Clemson was 
ranked second. Miami tenth, Penn State eleventh and 
North Carolina seventeenth. 



ANNUAL TOP 20 OPPONENTS: Four of Maryland's 
1983 opponents finished in the top 20 (AP UP1) in 
Auburn. Clemson. West Virginia and Pittsburgh. A fifth 



Tennessee was seventeenth in the USA IODAY poll. 
Auburn (third in the UP] poll) has been replaced by the 
National Champion Miami while Pittsburgh (19th by 
UPI) has been replaced by Penn State ranked seventeenth 
by UPI. West Virginia and Clemson remain on the 
Schedule. 



EARLV TELEVISION FOR TERPS: According to 
Dick Lamb, Historian of the Football Writers Associa- 
tion, "The first regularly scheduled college football game 
to be televised was the Penn-Maryland game of October 

5, 1940. 

WIDE TACKLE SIX DEFENSI (Twelve Years): 

Maryland has led the ACC in rushing defense nine times 
in the 1 2 years the Terps have utilized the wide tackle six. 
Twice Maryland has held opponents to less than 100 
yards a game rushing (83.9 in 1981 and 87.2 in 1982). 
Maryland also during the 1 2 years has led the league twice 
in pass defense (94.3 in 1976 and 88.5 in 1979) and five 
times in total defense. The w ide tackle six has also led the 
league four times in scoring defense. 

TERP RETURN MEN: Rick Badanjek led the ACC in 
punt returns last fall with an I 1.1 average on 20 returns 
while Tommy Neal ranked fifth in the league with a 22. 1 
average on 1 5 kickoff returns. Badanjek is the only one of 
the top five punt return men from last fall returning for '84 
while all six of the top kickoff return men are back. Neal 
had 1 8 1 yards on five kickoff returns in the Florida Citrus 
Bowl game that do not count in the statistics. The 181 
yards would have been a Maryland record if they counted 
as Tom Brown holds the record with 153 yards on five 
returns against Miami in 1962. 

LAST TWELVE YEARS IN BYRD STADIUM: The 

Terps have a 53-14-1 record in Byrd Stadium over the last 
12 years. Of the 14 losses four each have been to Penn 
State and West Virginia. North Carolina has defeated the 
Terps three times and Clemson twice. The other loss was 
to Alabama. 



FOOTBALL CLINIC: There were 425 coaches at the 
Annual Maryland Football Clinic this past spring. The 
high school coaches represented 1 1 states and the district 
of Columbia surpassing the record 255 that attended the 
1983 clinic. 

ADVANCED DEGREES: Eight of the nine assistant 
coaches on the Maryland staff have earned advanced 
degrees since their playing days in college. They are as 
follows with undergraduate school listed first. 

Jim Cavanaugh (William & Mary-N. C. State) 
George Foussekis (Virginia Tech-Bowie State) 
Ralph Friedgen (Maryland-Maryland) 
Joe Krivak (Syracuse-Syracuse) 
Jeff Mann (William & Mary-Towson State) 
Denny Murphy (Notre Dame-Notre Dame) 
Dick Portee (Eastern Illinois-Illinois State) 
Gib Romaine (East Stroudsburg-Kansas State) 



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,CC GAMES ONLY: Clemson became the first team 
to win 100 Atlantic Coast Conference games in 19X0. 



TERRAPINS IN MARYLAND 
STATE HALL OF FAME 



WON 



LOST 



TIED 













1957 


Dr. II C "Curley" Byrd 


1969 


Charley Elhnger 


Mai\ land 




1 13 


65 


3 


I9SS 


Charlie Keller 


197(1 


Joe Deck man 


Clemson 




1 12 


58 


4 


1954 


Burt Shipley 


1971 


Gene Shue 


North Carolina 




109 


82 


3 


I960 


Louis "Bozie" Berger 




Fred Stieber 


North Carolina 


State 


97 


80 


7 


1461 


Fred Linkous 


197} 


Dearie Beman 


Duke 




96 


76 


7 


I4h2 


Bill "Moon" Evans 




Tommy Mont 


Wake Forest 




56 


133 


5 


1963 

1 4(i(i 


Al Heagj 

Bill Guckeyson 


1977 
14X0 


Jack Scaihath 
Rodney Breedlove 


Virginia 




38 


127 


1 


1 968 


Benny Alperstein 


14X4 


Norwood Sothorn 


Georgia Tech 




3 


2 







Jesse Krajo\ ic 







ACCGAMESONLYLASTTWELVE YEARS: Terps 
hold a 1 I game edge over North Carolina in the last twelve 
years. 



WON 

Maryland 56 

North Carolina 45 

Clemson 40 

North Carolina State 40 

Duke 25 

Wake Forest 16 

Virginia 15 

Georgia Tech 3 



ACC 30 YEAR RECORD ALL GAMES: Clemson 
with 12 wins in 1981 took over the ACC leadership in wins 
since the formation of the league. Maryland had the edge 
until the Tigers picked up eight wins on the Terps in 1981. 



LOST 


TIED 


12 


1 


24 


2 


22 


2 


28 


2 


39 


4 


56 


1 


55 





2 








WON 


LOST 


TIED 


Clemson 


186 


128 


10 


Maryland 


178 


143 


5 


North Carolina 


178 


145 


5 


North Carolina State 


157 


158 


1 1 


Duke 


156 


154 


14 


Wake Forest 


98 


218 


8 


Virginia 


95 


215 


3 


Georgia Tech 


3 


8 






TERPS DRAFTED BY NFL TEAMS IN FIRST 

ROUND: When Pete Koch and Ron Solt were selected 

in the first round of the NFL draft it was the second time 

Maryland had two players in the first round. Maryland 

first round selections: 

1451 Ed Modzelewski 1961 

(Pittsburgh) 



1952 
1955 
1954 
1955 



Jack Scarhalh 
(Washington) 
Bcrnie Faloney 
(San Francisco) 
Dick Bielski 
(Philadelphia) 
Bob Pellegrini 
(Philadelphia) 
Ed Vereb 
(Washington) 



1974 
I97d 
1983 



Garj Collins 

Cleveland) 

Rand} \\ hue 

(Dallas) 

Joe Campbell 

(New Orleans) 

Pete Koch 

(Cincinnati) 

Ron Solt 

(Indianapolis) 



TERPS IN NFL as of AUGUST 1- There were 24 former 

Terrapins on NFL Rosters at the end ol July. Ihey are 
listed along with years experience. 



Bob Avellini (Mil Bears 
Lloyd Burriiss (4) duels 
Clarence Baldwin (R) Redski 
.1 D. Cross (R) Redskins 
Dave D'Addio (R) Lions 
Russell Daws (R) Bills 
Mark Duda |2| Cardinals 
Darryl Emerson (R) Bills 
Boomer Esiason (R) Bengals 
Charles Johnson (4) Packets 
Jimmy Joyce ( R) I )enver 
Willie Joyner (R) Oilers 



Pete Koch (Rl Bengals 
Renaldo Nehemiah (5) 49ers 
Neal Olkewicz (6) Redskins 
Ken Schro} (X| Jets 
Erie Sievers (4) Chargers 
Ron Soli (R| Colts 
John I ice |2| Saints 
Mike I ice (4| Seahawks 
Steve I nmble (4) Broncos 
Harry Venezia (R) Redskins 
Randy White ( 10) Cowboys 
Jim Wilson (S) Saints 



TERRAPINS IN ALL-STAR GAMES IN '83-X4 

Dec. 25 BLUE-GRAY (Montgamery Alabama) 
Boomer Esiason (inj-dnp) 

Pete Koch. 1)1 
Willie Joyner, RH 

Jan. 7 EAST-WEST SHRINE (Palo-Alto, Calif.) 
Boomer Esiason (inj-dnp) 
David D'Addio, 1 B 

HULA BOWI (Honolulu, Hawaii) 
Willie Joyner, RB 

.Ian. 14 SENIOR BOWL (Mobile. Alabama) 
Boomei 1 siason (inj-dnp) 
David D'Addio, 1 B 
Ron Solt. OG 



LEADING TACKLERS: Linebackers Joe Wilkms. 
Neal Olkewicz and Brad Carr have led the Wide lackle 
Six defense in total tackles over the years. Wilkins 
recorded 392 tackles with Olkewicz 390 and Can 386. 
Wilkins and Carr were both four-year lettermen. 
I he I enapm leaders: 



392 


Joe Wilkins. LB 




347 


Id Gall. 1 


390 


Neal Olkewicz. I 


B 


344 


1 ed K. la u be. ( i 


386 


Brad Can. 1 B 




337 


Joe Campbell. 1 


354 


Mike Con mo. ( 


I 


325 


1 ne Wilson. 1 B 


351 


Bruce Palmer. G 




319 


Brian Matera, 1 B 



ACC BOWI II WIS: When Maryland and North 
Carolina both went bowling in 1983, it marked the 1 2th 
consecutive year the ACC has had two or more bowl 
teams. I he Florida Citrus Bowl appearance was Mary- 
land's ninth bowl tup in the last I I years. 



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\( ( STATISTICAL LEADERS: ["he rerps have won a 
numbei oi individual titles since the Formation ol the \( < 
including three each bj Quarterbacks Dul Shinei and Hob 
Avellini and .1 paii <>i rushing titles bj < harlie Wysocki. I he 
kips have also won 10 kick scoring titles. 





s( ORING 






1953 
1954 
1955 

1973 


Bernie Falonj 
Dick Bielski 
1 .1 Vereb 
l ouis < arter 


IDs 

9 
9 
16 

14 




POINTS 

54 
54 
96 

X4 




KICK SCORING 






1953 


Ralph Felton 


XP 

17 


FG 


POINTS 

17 


1959 


Vincent Scott 


13 


3 


22 


1461 


John Hannigan 


17 


5 


32 


1964 


Bernardo Bramson 


17 


9 


44 


1965 


Barnardo Bramson 


15 


7 


36 


1973 


Steve Mike-Mayer 


33 


12 


69 


1974 


Steve Mike-Mayer 


34 


15 


79 


1975 


Mike Sochko 


31 


12 


67 


1979 


Dale Castro 


l l > 


17 


70 


1981 


Jess Atkinson 


24 


12 


60 



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I he Athletic Department wishes to express their sincere and grateful 
thanks to the following lor their untiring work and efforts in publishing the 
Football Book 

Charles Fisher, Director. Ralph Burgio. lon\ 1 ranquelh. Ron Leonard: 
Rusty Jones, Richard Douglass. Joyce Hammond. Da\e J iplad\. Elizabeth 
Statham. Lyn Fox. Photocomposition; Peter Brown. Proofreader; Chuck 
Kuhn. Rick Giove, Lee Tyson, Camera Room; Brian Knowlcs. Pressman: 
Ron Gusack, Nancy Richards. Mo Landon. Bindery. 



1955 Ronnie Wallet (I ootball) 

1956 I ynn Beightol (Football) 

1956 lack Davis (Football) 

1957 Howard B. Dare, Jr. (Football) 

1958 Robert Rusevlyan (Football) 

1959 Mien I Bunge I Basketball) 

1960 Dale Belts (Football) 

1961 Donald Brown (Baseball I 

1962 Clayton Beardmore (Lacrosse) 

1963 Samuel (i. Bosserl (Wrestling) 

1964 Robert J. Kopniskj (Wrestling) 

1965 Donald Dtinphx (Swimming) 

1966 I i.mk Costello ( I rack) 

1967 Robert C. Karen (Wrestling) 

1968 Roland I Menitt (Track) 

1969 David C. Reiss ( hack) 

1970 John Baker ( I rack) 

1971 lames I . Norris (Baseball) 

1972 Vince I. Struble ( I lack) 

1973 Albert A. Neville (Football) 

1974 I yrone Neal (Wrestling) 

1975 I ero\ I). Hughes (Football) 

1976 Robert W. Raha (Football) 

1976 Eugene F. Ochap (Football) 

1977 Bradlej S. Carr (Football) 

1978 Dean Richards (Football) 

1979 James K. Shallei (Football) 

1980 I ite S. Sievers (Football) 

1981 Brian J. Riendeau (Football) 

1982 David Faeella (Football) 
I9S.3 Boomer Esiason (Football) 




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TOP MARYLAND FOOTBALL CROWDS: The 

largest crowds to see a Maryland football team play were 
both against National Champions. Maryland lost at Penn 
State 39-31, 1982. and defeated Tennessee 28-13 in the 
1952 Sugar Bowl. 

84.597 — Penn State on Sept. 1 I. 1982 

82,271 — Tennessee, on Jan. 2, 1952 (Sugar Bowl) 

81,000 — Clemson on Nov. 12. 1983 

78,091 — Penn State on Nov. 4, 1978 

76.561 — Oklahoma on Jan. I. 1956 (Orange Bowl) 

75.600 — Auburn on Nov. 5. 1983 

74,161 — Tennessee on Sept. 13, 1975 

73,376 — U.C.L.A. on Oct. 1, 1954 

68.640 — Oklahoma on Jan 1. 1954 (Orange Bowl) 

64,012 — Florida on Nov. 29. 1975 (Gator Bowl) 

64.000 — Clemson on Nov. 14. 1981 

62,079 — Penn State on Sept. 24, 1977 

60,125 — Penn State on Nov. 2, 1974 

58.973 — Penn State on Nov. I. 1974 in Byrd Stad. 

58,171 — Penn State on Nov. 4, 1972 



TOP BYRD STADIUM CROWDS: Penn State has 
been the Terrapins' opponent for three of the top ten 
crowds in Byrd Stadium. 

58.973 — Penn State on Nov. 1. 1975 
54,715 - West Virginia, Sept. 17. 1983 
54.412 - Alabama on Sept. 14. 1974 
52.348 - Penn State on Oct. 6. 1979 
51,750 — Clemson on Nov. 13, 1982 
51,376 — Clemson on Nov. 18, 1978 
51.200 — North Carolina. Oct. 29. 1983 
49,647 — N.C. State on Oct. 26, 1974 
48,500 - Pittsburgh, Sept. 24. 1983 
48,123 — Penn State on Oct. II. 1980 
46.321 — Wake Forest on Oct. 16. 1976 
46.000 U.C.L.A. on Sept. 23, 1955 
45,319 N.C. State on Oct. 7. 1978 
45.315 Cincinnati on Nov. 6. 1976 



INAUGURAL BOWL GAMES: When the Terps met 
Tennessee in the Florida Citrus Bowl it was the third 
Inaugural Bowl game for Maryland. The Terps met 
Minnesota in the initial Hall of Fame Bowl game in 1977 
winning 17-7. The Terps dropped a 20-21 decision to 
Washington in the inaugural Aloha Bowl game on a 
touchdown pass with six seconds left in the game. 
Maryland had played in the Tangerine Bowl in the past 
before it became the Florida Citrus Bowl in 1983. 



HOMECOMING GAMES: Maryland will host North 
Carolina State in the Homecoming game on October 13. 
The Terps have not lost a Homecoming game since 
Miami (Ohio) upset Roy Lester's squad 34-21 in 1969. 
Maryland has won three consecutive Homecoming games 
over the Duke Blue Devils in Byrd Stadium, 38-3, 49-22 
and 24-21. Maryland shutout N.C. State 24-0 in the 1980 
Homecoming game and 31-7 in 1978. The 14 consecutive 
Homecoming wins include four over Duke, two over N.C. 
State, a 17-14 decision over North Carolina in 1979 and 
single appearances by South Carolina, Clemson, Syracuse, 
Virginia, Wake Forest, Villanova and V.M.I. 




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1986 



PENN STATE SERIES RESUMES: Maryland will 
visit Penn State on October 6 for the 28th meeting 
between the two schools. They did not meet in 1983 and 
Penn State won its 26th decision over the Terps 39-31 in 
the 1982 opener for Coach Bobby Ross in Beaver 
Stadium. The two teams are scheduled to meet for the 
next ten years. 



Sept. 



Oct. 



Nov. 



Sept. 



Oct. 



Nov. 



6 


at 


Pittsburgh 


13 




VANDERBI1 1 


20 


at 


West Virginia 


27 




N.C. SI ATE 


4 




OPEN DATE 


1 1 




BOSTON CO! 1 EGE 


18 




WAKE FORI SI 


25 


at 


Duke 


1 


at 


North Carolina 


8 


at 


Penn State 


15 




CI LMSON 


22 


at 


Virginia 

1987 


5 


at 


Syracuse 


12 




VIRGINIA 


19 




WEST VIRGINIA 


26 


at 


N.C. STATE 


3 




OPEN DATE 


9 


at 


Miami 


17 


at 


Wake Forest 


24 




DUKE 


31 




NORTH CAROLINA 


7 




PENN STATE 


14 


at 


Clemson 


21 


at 


Vanderbilt 



WEST VIRGINIA SERIES: The 1984 game will be the 
22nd between the West Virginia Mountaineers and the 
Maryland Terrapins and the fourth consecutive year the 
two have met. The consecutive streak is scheduled to run 
at least 15 years. West Virginia leads the series 10-9-2. 

NOTE: Terps meet Georgia Tech for the first time on 
October 8, 1988, in Byrd Stadium. With seven 
ACC games, the four non-conference games in 
'88 are Pitt.. Penn State, West Virginia and 
Syracuse. 



FUTURE TERP SCHEDULES 



Sept. 



Oct. 



Nov. 



1985 



7 




PENN STATE 


14 


at 


Boston College 


21 




WEST VIRGINIA 


28 


at 


Michigan 


5 


at 


N.C. State 


12 




OPEN DATE 


19 


at 


Wake Forest 


26 




DUKE 


2 




NORTH CAROLINA 


9 




MIAMI 


16 


at 


Clemson 


23 




VIRGINIA 




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PRONUNCIA TION GUIDE 

Abdur-Ra'oof (As-uh-din) AB-der-RAH-oof 

Badanjek Bah-Don-ick 

Burmeister BURR-mice-ter 

D'Atri D-AT-tree 

Donas Don-us 

Dunham Dunn-um 

Faucette FAW-set 

Fazio Faz-e-oh 

Harraka Ha-ROCK-ka 

Harrell Harr-rell 

Holinka Hoe-link-ah 

Igus Eye-Gus 

Maarleveld MAR-la-veld 

Parades Pah-raid-ees 

Petit bon Pet-ah-bone 

Reich Rike 

Sabrowski Sah-brow-ski 

Saltalamacchia Salta-lah-mat-chia 

Schankweiler Shank-while-er 

Scriber Scribe-err 

Shaljian Shawl-jun 

Swingle Swing-gull 

Vierra Vee-erra 

Waseleski Was-less-key 




TERRAPIN HEADQUARTERS 

(on the road) 

WEST VIRGINIA 




Holiday Inn 

1400 Saratoga Ave. 

Morgantown, W.Va. 26505 

(304) 599-1680 

PENN STATE 

Holiday Inn 

Rt. 322 at Burnham Exit 
Burnham. PA 17009 
(717) 248-4961 

DUKE 

North Raleigh Hilton 
3415 Old Wake Forest Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919) 872-2323 

NORTH CAROLINA 

North Raleigh Hilton 
3415 Old Wake Forest Rd. 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919) 872-2323 

MIAMI 

Eden Roc 

4525 Collins Ave. 

Miami Beach, Fla. 33140 

(305) 531-0000 

VIRGINIA 

Qualitv Inn 
1-64 and 250 East 
Charlottesville, VA 22901 
(804) 977-3300 



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JESS A TKINSON 

5-9, 160, Senior Placekicker 

Records 

ACC - BEST PAT PERCENTAGE: 1,000 39 39 in I9S2 and 28 28 in 19X3 (season) 

MOST CONSECUTIVE PATs KICKED: 79 in 1981-83 (career) 

NOTE: 91 pat's scored is five shy of Obed Arri's 96 for Clemson. (Atkinson 91 93 and 
Am 96 100) 

Maryland Season 

MOST POINTS BY KICKING: 87 in 1982 

MOST POINTS AFTER TD: 39 in 1982 

BEST PAT PERCENTAGE: 1,000 in 1982 and 1983 (39 39 and 28 28) 

MOST CONSECUTIVE PAT: 39 in 1982 



Maryland — Career 



MOST CONSECUTIVE PATs KICKED: 79 in 1981-83 

MOST POINTS SCORED: 220 in 1981-83 (91 93 PAT— 43 62 FG) 

MOST POINTS SCORED BY KICKING: 220 in 1981-83 (91 93 PAT 

43.62 FG) 

MOST FIELD GOALS: 43 (62 attempts) 

NOTE: 91 pat's scored is one shy of 92 by Steve Mike-Mayer 1972-74 on 
92 101 



Field Goal Breakdown by Distance 

MADE: 19-20-21-21-22-23-24-24-25-25-26-27-28-29-29-30-31-33-35-36-36-37-38-38-38-39-39-40- 

42-42-42-43-43-44-44-45-45-47-48-48-49-50-50 

MISSED: 20-20-23-36-36-36-37-41-41-43-43-43-43-44-47-47-50-53-55 



PERCENTAGES: under 20 yards (1 1) 1.000 

from 20-29 yards (14 17) .824 

from 30-39 yards (13 16) .750 

from 40-49 yards (14 23) .609 

from 45-50 yards (8 11) .727 

from 50-55 yards (2 5) .400 

TOTALS FG (43 62) .727 

PAT (91/93) .979