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MARYLAND FOOTBALL 

1985 




THE COVER: Four senior linemen with offensive haekfieUI 
Photo h\ I urn Crouse 




40 Rick Badanjek. IK 
5-9.217. Senior 




72 Torn Edwards. OT 
6-5. 270. Senior 




63 Len Lynch. OG 
6-2. 269. Senior 




62 Jeff Holinka. OG 
6-3. 264. Senior 




73 JD Maarle\eld. OT 
6-5'/2. 303. Senior 



48 Tommy Neal. RB 
5-10. 200. Junior 




33 AMn Blount. RB 
5-11. 194. Junior 




8 Stan Gelbaugh. QB 
6-3. 207. Senior 



CONTENTS 



All-Americans 44 

All-Conference 46 

Assistant Coaches 5 

Athletic Dept. Directory 28 

Athletic Director— Dick Dull 2 

Awards— National 48 

Maryland 47 

Future Schedules 72 

Depth Chart II 

Hall of Fame 71 

Head Coach Bobby Ross 3 

Incoming Freshmen 26 

Lettermcn All-Time 59 

MAR) I I VD FOOTBALL 19X5: 

Primed h ■' ' Maryland Priming Department 

Color Separai 

Photo's provid lurry (rouse. Brian Lewis. Bill Selliff. Matt Wascavage. 



Notes on Terps 75 

Opponents 1985 37 

Outlook 1985 9 

Player Profiles 12 

Media Info. 73 

Pronunciation Guide 72 

Review 1984 29 

Records 51 

Roster 4(1 

Series Records 42 

Statistics 1984 34 

Year-by-Year Results 53 



MARYLAND AT 
A GLANCE 

Location 

College Park. Md 20742 

Athletic Dept. 

Cole Field House 

Mailing Address 

Box 295 
College Park, MD 20740 

President 

Dr. John S. Toll 

Chancellor 

Dr. John B. Slaughter 

Enrollment 

29.800 Full Time 
Undergraduates 

Athletic Director 
Richard "Dick" Dull 

Faculty Chairman 
Athletics 

Dr. Betty F. Smith 

Conference 

Atlantic Coast 

Stadium 

Byrd (45,000) 

Nickname 

Terrapins (Terps) 

Colors 

Red. White. Black and Gold 

Team Physician 

Dr. Stanford A. Lavine 

Head Trainer 

J. J. Bush 

Sports Information 
Director 

Jack Zane 

Room 1145, Cole Field House 

(301)864-4076 

Sports Marketing Director 

Alex Isherwood 

Office Telephones 

Director of Athletics 

(301)454-4705 

Athletic Ticket Office 

(301)454-2121 
(800) 492-0704— in state 

Sports Information Office 
(301)454-2123 
(301)454-2700 

Football Office 

(301)454-2125 
(301)454-2128 
(301)454-4066 
(301)454-4067 

Head Football Coach 
Bobby Ross 

(301)864-4384 

Byrd Stadium Press Box 

(301)454-2700 
(301)454-2800 



1985 MARYLAND SCHEDULE 



FOOTBALL STAFF 



Date Opponent 

Sept. 

7 PENN STATE 

14 Boston College 



21 WEST VIRGINIA 

28 Michigan 



Oct. 

5 N.C. State 



12 OPEN DATE 

19 Wake Forest 

26 DIKE 

Nov. 

2 NORTH 
CAROLINA 

9 MIAMI 



16 Clemson 

23 OPEN DATE 
29 VIRGINIA 



Stadium 

BYRDSTADILM 

Sullivan Stadium 
Foxboro, MA 

BYRD STADIUM 

Michigan Stadium 
Ann Arbor, M I 

Carter-Finley 
Raleigh. NC 

Groves Stadium 
Winston-Salem. NC 

BYRD STADIUM 

BYRD STADIUM 

MEMORIAL 
STADIUM 
Baltimore, MD 

Clemson Memorial 
Clemson. SC 



BYRD STADIUM 



Time 

12:20 EDT 

1:30 EDT 

8:00 EDT 

1:00 CDT 



7:00 EDT 

1:00 EDT 

1:00 EDT 

12:20 EST 

3:30 EST 

3:30 EST 

2:30 EST 



HI AD COACH 

Bobby Ross 



\SSISTANTS 
Jim Cavanaugh 

Gi rg I ■ M.-kis 

Ralph Fried gen 

Joe Krivak 

Jeff Mann 

Dennis Murphy 

Dick Portee 

(iib Romaine 

Greg Williams 



GRADl'ATE ASSISTANTS 

Craig Bower 
Doug Miller 



STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING 

Frank Costello 
Scott Fan7 



RECRUITING COORDINATOR 

John Misciagna 



Youth Dav 

Oct. 26 vs Duke 



SPECIAL DAYS 

(Byrd Stadium) 

Nov. 

Band Day 

Nov. 23 vs Virginia 



1984 MARYLAND RESULTS 



Homecoming 

2 vs North Carolina 



7 


Syracuse 


23 


14 


Vanderbilt 


23 


20 


West Virginia 


17 


38 


Wake Forest 


17 


24 


Penn State 


25 


44 


N.C. State 


21 


43 


Duke 


7 


34 


North Carolina 


23 


42 


Miami 


40 


41 


Clemson 


23 


45 


Virginia 
SUN BOWL 


34 


28 


Tennessee 


27 



Bvrd Stadium (38.850) 
Bvrd Stadium (34.100) 
Morgantown. WV (58.353) 
Bvrd Stadium (32.700) 
Univ. Park. PA (85.456) 
Bvrd Stadium (43.450) 
Durham. NC (17.500) 
Chapel Hill. NC (48.000) 
Miami. FL (31.548) 
Baltimore. MD (60.575) 
Charlottesville. VA (43,017) 

El Paso. TX (50.126) 





Dick Dull is beginning his fifth year as chief admin- 
istrator of an extremely successful Department of Inter- 
collegiate Athletics. In his four years as the Director of 
Athletics the department has not only been successful in 
intercollegiate competition but has been financially stable. 

During the 1984-85 season the Maryland football team 
won its second consecutive ACC Championship and 
captured the Sun Bowl title in its third consecutive Bowl 
trip. The basketball team, defending ACC Champions, 
made the NCAA Championship field for the third 
consecutive year and reached the final 16 before losing to 
eventual champion Villanova. The Women's basketball 
team has also been to the NCAA Championships in three 
of the last four years and the Women's lacrosse team 
gained the NCAA title game for the second consecutive 
year. 

While looking ahead to continued success on the field 
with a national championship contender in football. Dull 
has resisted attempts by several major universities to lure 
him from College Park. At 40 he is recognized as one of 
the top administrators in intercollegiate athletics. 

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

He 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 fora 
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, and spent his fourth Christmas as the Athletic- 
Director celebrating a Sun Bowl victory. 

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 



Richard Michael "Dick" Dull 
Director of Athletics 



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. 

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. 

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. 

Since joining the Maryland Athletic Department, 
Dull's duties have encompassed everything from coach- 
ing on the field to scheduling, supervision and adminis- 
tration of all non-revenue sports, serving as liaison with 
the Office of Financial Aid, supervision and admin- 
istration of the Business Office of Intercollegiate Athletics 
and he reorganized the former Department of Women's 
Intercollegiate 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 four 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 AU-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 photographs, fishing anji motor 
sports. He was born on July I. 1945. 



Robert J. "Bobby" Ross 

Head Football Coach 

University of Maryland 

In three u-.us at Maryland Bobbj Ross has won 25 ol 
36 games, led the rerrapins to three consecutive Howl 
games and won consecutive Atlantic Coast Conference 
Championships 

He has won 15 oi 16 ACC games and opens the 1985 
season with the third longest w inning streak in the nation 
in Dh ision I A, 

In Ins first yeai at Maryland, Ross was accorded AC( 
and District III "Coach oi the Year" honors and was 
named National "Coach ol the Year" bv the Washington 
Touchdow n Club 

Ross accepted the head coaching duties at Maryland on 
January 14. I9.S2 and less than a year later was celebrating 
hisfortj sixth birthday in Hawaii with the football team 
as the Terps visited the initial Aloha Howl With his 
birthday coming on December 23 he hail visited his 
second bowl with the Icrps before celebrating his second 
birthday at Maryland, this time with a trip to the Florida 
Citrus Bowl He received his third birthday present a day 
early as the Terps won the 19X4 Sun Bowl game 28-27 
over Tennessee on December 22. 

When Director of Athletics Dick Dull selected Ross 
from a long list of candidates that included many 
prominent names in collegiate and professional football, 
even he could not envision the immediate impact Ross 
would have on the program. 

The Kansas City Assistant Coach made the move from 
the NFL, back into collegiate football, an immediate 
success as he assembled one of the finest coaching staffs in 
the collegiate ranks. He selected a staff that is not only 
qualified in the field of football but are excellent teachers 
as well. Eight of the nine assistant coaches have advanced 
degrees. 

His first recruiting class, although limited in numbers, 
produced quality football players despite the late arrival 
of the head coach. That class included Rick Badanjek, 34 
touchdowns and 214 points. All-ACC Defensive Safety 
Al Covington and All-ACC Defensive Guard Bruce 
Mesner. 

His imaginative and exciting offense captivated foot- 
ball fans and players alike. This has resulted in not only 
increased exposure in the media but has greatly aided 
recruiting efforts. He has created a renewed enthusiasm 
for collegiate football in the Washington-Baltimore area 
as the Terps broke everv Mankind attendance record in 
19N3 

The largest crowd to ever see a Mary land football team 
play was at Penn State last fall. 85.486 and the second 
largest in the same stadium in 1982 with 84,597 on hand. 
The fourth largest was at Clemsonin 1983 with 80.615. He 
also drew the largest crowd for a Maryland home game 
with 60.575 in Baltimore's Memorial Stadium to see the 
win over Clemson 41-23 in 1984. 

Ross came to Maryland well prepared for the head 
coachingduties havingattended 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 his outstanding staff. 

He has worked with every phase of the game and with 




universities on every level. He graduated from Virginia 
Military and served as an assistant coach at the I mversitv 
of Maryland. Virginia Military. William & Mary. Rice 
and with Kansas City in the NFL. 

His duties have included working with the defensive 
secondary, offensive backfield. linebackers and specialty 
teams. He served as the director of recruiting at several 
schools and as a defensive coordinator. 

Ross immediately established a rapport with the mem- 
bers of the football team at Maryland, establishing 
himself as a disciplinarian but one who treats everv player 
asan individual. He impressed upon them the importance 
of their classroom work and captivated them with his 
football philosophy. He has demonstrated his ability to 
communicate with and motivate young men both on and 
off the field. 

This was especially evident in his first and third year 
with the Terps. His first game in Byrd Stadium followed a 
pair of tough road losses to Penn State and West Virginia 
but the Terps went on to an 8-3 record and a trip to the 
initial Aloha Bowl. In 1984 the Terps entered the season 
with a young team and again were 0-2 with several injured 
players on the sidelines. The youngsters responded by 
winning nine of the next ten games, losing only a 25-24 
decision to Penn State, and won the Sun Bowl Cham- 
pionship. 

Ross credits his college coach John McKenna with 
being the major influence on his coaching career but savs 
he learned a little from each coach he worked with. The 
major thing he picked up in the NFL was an appreciation 
for the passing game and specialty teams. He does not 
hesitate to put the football in the air and expresses a desire 
for basically a 50 50 ratio between the run and pass. After 
the 0-2 start last fall the team achieved that mark in the 
next ten games. Over the ten games (won 9 lost 1) the 
Terps passed for 2.390 yards and rushed for 2.390 yards. 
In the two losses they rushed for 147 and passed for 413 
yards. 

Ross earned a reputation at The Citadel as a man of 
detail and organization and was always accessible. He has 
impressed everyone in those areas since arriving in 
College Park. He has been accessible to the media, alumni 



and fans alike. He has covered the state from border to 
border as well as the neighboring states on speaking 
engagements and has participated in numerous clinics. It 
was the media who voted him ACC coaching honors in 
1982 and the coaches who voted him All-District honors. 
He has participated in the ABC NCAA football tour 
meeting the writers in Kings Island. Ohio and the NCAA 
Football Seminar in Kansas City attended by many of the 
nation's top writers. 

He has made an impression on the high school 
coaching ranks also as over 1 , 100 coaches have attended 
the clinics held in the spring. He was instrumental in 
having the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Cham- 
pionship games played in Byrd Stadium the past three 
years. 

Ross had impressed Director of Athletics Dick Dull 
with his outlook on Intercollegiate Athletics, his organi- 
zational ability, his views on recruiting, classroom work 
and all phases of his coaching ability. He has since 
convinced everyone associated with collegiate football 
that he is not only a winner but a credit to intercollegiate 
sports. 

As the head coach, his 1974 Citadel team led the 
Southern Conference in total defense and his 1975 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 placekicker. He also coached the school's first 
Associated Press Ail-American. His Citadel teams led the 
Southern Conference in home attendance in his last three 
years there and in 1975 and '76 broke the all-time 
attendance records for the school. 

Since arriving at Maryland his Terrapins have led the 
ACC in scoringand rushing defense ( 1982). total offense, 
passing offense and scoring offense in 1984 and won the 
league championship in 1983 and '84. He has coached the 
Terrapins all-time passer in Boomer Esiason, all-time 
placekicker in Jess Atkinson and the top touchdown 
producer in Rick Badanjek. along with the all-time pass 



receiver in Greg Hill. Badanjek returns for 1985 with 34 
touchdowns and 214 points scored. 

His first Maryland team, 32.1 points a game, was the 
highest scoring team in the ACC since 1972 and onlv two 
league scoring champions ever scored more in the 32 years 
of the ACC. His third team averaged 32.0 points a game. 
In three years the Terps have averaged 30.2 points for 33 
regular season games. 

The 1982 team ranked third in the nation in rushing 
defense (87.2 yards a game) and eighth in the nation in 
scoring (32. 1 ) while the 1984 team ranked sixth in total 
offense (446.4) eighth in scoring (32.0) and fifteenth in 
passing (236.5). 

The Terps averaged 39.325 per game in Byrd Stadium 
in his first year, an increase of 8,225 per game over 198 1 
and 46,403 average in his second year. In two years 
attendance increased by 15,303 a game. The 46,403 
average in Byrd and the 48.388 for 12 games were both 
Maryland 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 1 972 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 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 Virginia Military. 
He married the former Alice Bucker of Richmond and 
they have five children. Chris, a graduate of the Air Force 
Academy, is with the Air Force in California. Mary 
Catherine is a student at Maryland and Teresa is a student 
at Loyola College in Baltimore where she plays on the 
women's basketball team. Kevin attends the Naval 
Academy in Annapolis and is a runner on the Navy track 
team. Robbie is the youngest. 




Bobby Ross Profile 



Assistant Coaches 



EDUCATION Graduated from Benedictine High in Rich- 
mond, Virginia, 1955. 

Received HA dee tec m I nglish .nul Hist or} from Virginia 
Military Institute (Lexington, Virginia) in 1959. 

IM WING I MM RI1 N< I rhree spoil letterman at VMI 
(football, basketball and baseball). 

Quarterback and defensive back at VMI where he 
captained the fool ball team 

MILITARY EXPERIENC1 First Lieutenant, U.S \miv. 
1960-62 (Active Duty). 

COACHING EXPERIENCE: One yeai .1-- head football 
coach .it Benedictine High School (1959) 

One year .is assistant coach and head baseball coach at 
Colonial Heights, Virginia ( 1962). 

I wo veils as head football coach at Colonial Heights, 
Virginia High. (1963-64) 

One veai as 1 reshman football coach at VMI (1965). 

One year as varsity assistant (coaching the defensive 
secondary) at VMI (1966) 

lour years as assistant at William & Mary, coaching the 
offensive backfield (1967-68). defensive back- 
field and head of recruiting (1969) and defensive co- 
ordinator and head of recruiting ( 1970). 

One year at Rice University as linebacker coach and head 
ol recruiting ( 1971 ). 

One year as linebacker coach at Maryland ( 1972). 

Five years as the Head Coach at The Citadel (1973-77). 

hour years as assistant coach with the Kansas City Chiefs 
in the NFL. Special teams and defensive coach ( 1978-79) 
and offensive backfield coach (19 8 0- 
81) 

Three vears as the head coach at University of Maryland 
(1982-' ). 

PERSONAL DATA: Born December 23. 1936 in Rich- 
mond. Virginia. 

Married to the former Alice Bucker of Richmond. 

Five Children- Chris, a graduate of the Air Force Academy 
now serving in California with the Air Force. Mary 
Catherine a student at Maryland. Teresa a student at 
1 oyola College in Baltimore where she plays on the 
women's basketball team. Kevin a student at the Naval 
Academy in Annapolis where he is on the track team. 
Robbie is the youngest. 

HEAD COACHING RECORD: 







WON 


LOS 


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 


I9S2 


Maryland* 


8 


4 


1983 


Maryland** 


8 


4 


1984 


Maryland*** 


9 


3 


EIGHT YEAR TOTALS 


49 


42 


THREE YEARS- MARYLAND 


25 


II 



'Includes 20-21 loss to Washington — Aloha Bowl 

**ACC Champs. Includes 23-30 loss to Tennessee — Florida 

Citrus Bowl 

***ACC Champs. Includes 28-27 win over Tennesse — Sun 

Bowl 

ACC RECORD- Won 15 lost I (lost only to Clemson in 1982 
in leaeue game) 

WINNING STREAK — THIRD LONGEST IN NATION 7 
games (behind BYL and Florida) 



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

_^^^^ Jim Cavanaugh came to Maryland 

m with Coach Ross after having gained 

J;»*»w All-Southern Honors and Honorable 

_ Mention All-America as a wide receiver 

w while playing foi ( loach Ross at William 

jijm jQ He moved to ( ol lege Park from A ( ( 

^^^^ rival Virginia where he coached the 

receivers for Coach Dick Bestwick. He spent two years 
with Sonny Randle at Marshall as the Offensive Co- 
ordinator and quarterback coach and two years with Bo 
Rem at North Carolina State as the receivers coach In 
1974 and '75 he coached the receivers for Bob Thalman at 
VMI and in 76 coached the offensive backs. 

As an undergraduate he caught I 17 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 four- 
teenth 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 
1 -' / vital part of the wide tackle six defense. 

He began his coaching career at Vir- 
ginia 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. and in 1984 an 
All-American linebacker in Eric Wilson, a first team 
selection by the Football News and second team by the 
Associated Press. 





Coach Foussekis has been especially effective recruit- 
ing in his native state of Virginia. His recruits have 
included Walter White. Lloyd Burruss and Wilson 
(Charlottesville) 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 39-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 Co- 

jm m ordinator and Offensive line Coach in 

1982. He received his Bachelor and 
Master's Degrees from Maryland and 
had worked with Coach Ross for six 
years in the past. 

He served four years as a graduate 
assistant at Maryland 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 Co- 
ordinator line coach for one year. When Coach Ross 
moved to the Kansas City Chiefs he remained as Of- 
fensive Coordinator and Administrative Assistant to Art 
Baker for two years. 

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

While at Maryland he was on the AU-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. 

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

Joe Krivak also returned to the 
College Park campus as he spent three 
years on the Terrapin staff before moving 
to Navv. 

^A ^^^^ He has played the otton Bowl 
Jm ^ ■ anc ' coacne d m tne Cotton Bowl. He has 
A | \ ■ also coached in the Liberty Bowl (twice), 
^^^^ ^^ the Gator Bowl. Holiday Bowl, the 
Garden State Bowl, the Aloha Bowl, Florida Citrus and 
the Sun Bowls. 

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 five 
ACC titles, had a 53-18-1 record and visited the Liberty, 
Gator. Cotton, Aloha, Florida Citrus and Sun 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. Pennsvlvania 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, came to Maryland 
while John went to Richmond . . . John was also the 
shortstop on the 1982 championship team that ran its two 
vear record to 44-0. 



Jeffrey Mann (William & Mary '71) 
Special Teams 

Joined the Terps in 1982 after man- 
aging the Metro Nautilus Fitness Center 
in Dundalk, Marvland 



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Received his Master's degree in Sec- 
ondary Education with emphasis in 
Athletic Administration from Tovvson 
State in January 1982. 



Played football and lacrosse at Loyola High and at 
William & Mary where he played on the Southern 
Conference Football Champions in 1970 and in the 
Tangerine Bow I. 

Taught and coached at Stratford Junior High in 
Arlington. Virginia. 1 97 1-73. at Tow son High in 1973-79. 
and Loyola 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. Stacy. 



Dennis M. Murphy (Notre Dame '63) 

Defensive Guards 

Denny Murphj came to Maryland 
frorn I astern Michigan where he served 
as the offensive coordinatoi 




He began his coaching career at Notre 
I )ame w here he had lettered three times 
as a tight end and defensive end He 

played in die North-South Shrine game 
in Miami and signed with the I A. 
Rams upon graduation, but then played at Pensacola 
Naval An Station. He served from '63- '68 .is a Naval 
Might Officer and was awarded five An Medals for 
combat support missions as Airborne Air Intercept 
Controller while on deployment to Southeast Asia. 

He joined \ra Parseghian as a Graduate Assistant 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 mm ing 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. 
I l »4() He and his wife Cindy (Coronado, California) have 
four children. Michelle. Kristen. I isa and Kevin. 



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

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

He began his coaching career at 
Eisenhower High School in Decatur. 
Illinois as assistant football and basket- 
ball 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. 

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

Coach Portee moved to Cornell in 1 977 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. Dannvand Rvan. 




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

( oach Romaine is serving his thir- 
teenth yeai on the Maryland football 
staff as he joined the Terps in 1973. He 
coaches the defensive tackles and also 
serves as defensive coordinatoi 




ML *Al '" |l ' 74 lu ' coached Randy White. 

^ } 1 winnei ol the Outland rrophy. the 
^^^^'^^* I omhanli i rophy. DPI Lineman of the 
Year and ACC Player ol the Year, and followed with Joe 
Campbell another consensus All-Amenean. He has 
coached in 10 bow I games in his 12 years with the lerps. 

He began his coaching career at Waj ne 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 lor three years 
before joining the Maryland stall in 1973. 

He earned 10 letters at Port Jems High with lour 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 graduated I Fast 
Stroudsburg State, have two children. Jonathan and 
Katie. 

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 North 

4^mgf^k Carolina State Wolf pack in 1965-67 and 

^TijS^I played in the Liberty Bowl Hehassince 

^ IBB coached in the Peach. Aloha. Florida 

Citrus and Sun Bow Is. 

He began his coaching career at Youngstown State in 
1969 and joined Tulsa in 1971 coaching the defensive 
backs at 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 Danville High. Pennsylvania where he was 
born on October 20. 1946. 




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



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

As the Terrapin football team opens 
the 1985 season, it will mark the "Silver 
Anniversary" for the Maryland alumnus 
as the University's team physician and 
Orthopedic Surgeon. The former Terp 
quarterback was selected as team phy- 
sician in 1960. In all these 24 years he has 
medically supervised athletes in all of 
the University's sports programs, which 
now numbers 22. 

He is with the football team at all games, home and 
away, and attends all the home basketball games and 
many away games. His office is on call at all times when 
the trainers call for him to see an athlete. In all these years. 
Dr. Lavine has missed only 5 Maryland football games. 
He is considered one of the nation's top Orthopedic 
Surgeons and is most prominent in the field of "Sports 
Medicine." He has an annual clinic which attracts the top 
Orthopedic Surgeons and athletic team doctors in the 
country. His reputation has brought him numerous 
professional athletes of all sports, men and women, for 
surgery and treatment. 

Dr. Lavine has been the team physician for the 
Washington Redskins since 1975. He also was the team 
physician for the Washington Bullets, 1973-79. Thus, his 
trophy mantle glitters with 5 Maryland ACC Cham- 
pionship rings, 2 Redskin Super Bowl rings, and one 
NBA Championship ring while with the Bullets. 

Out of Pittsburgh's (PA) Schenley High School, he had 
scholarship offers from the University of Kentucky and 
West Virginia before choosing Maryland. In his first year 
as the Terp quarterback, he played for the legendary 
Clark Shaughnessy. Playing for the late Jim Tatum his 
junior year, he led the Terps to a 9-1 record including a 
20-7 win over Missouri in the Gator Bowl in which he 
threw for two touchdowns. 

Following graduation from the University's Medical 
School, he interned in Philadelphia and Cleveland, served 
two years in the Air Force then began his medical practice 
at Washington Hospital Center. He now works out of the 
Center and Sibley Hospital. 



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

J. J. Bush joined the Maryland Train- 
ing Staff in 1972and took overthe Head 
Trainer's duties in 1978. He has the 
overall responsibility for 22 varsity 
sports. 

He came to Maryland from the U.S. 
Army where he served with the Airborne 
Rangers. He holds a Private Pilot's 
license and enjoys Hying when he has the opportunity. 




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, 1 x /i years old. 
and he has a stepson. Brandon Cole, 8. 



Robert James Weir 
Assistant Trainer 

Jim Weirjoined the Maryland Train- 
ing 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 Hos- 
pitalman 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 has served as the trainer for 
the Terrapins National Champion Lacrosse teams and 
the wrestling teams. 

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

Jim and his wife Merlene have two sons, James 
Andrew, 22, and Robert Joseph, 19, and daughter, 
Christina Eileen. 15. Jim and Robert both attend the 
University. Robert is in his second year with the UM 
Marching Band. He was a member of the University's 
All-American Marching Band for President Ronald 
Reagan's Inauguration. 




Frank Grimaldi, Jr. 
Assistant Trainer 

Frank Grimaldi joined the Maryland 
training staff in time for the 1983 foot- 
ball season. He and his wife Mary Kay 
are both Northern Illinois graduates. 
Both also earned their Master's 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. 

Frank works full time with football during the season 
and through all of spring practice. During the winter 
season, he serves as the head trainer for the wrestling 
team. 

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




The 1985 OUTLOOK 




T 



"As a team we are. talent wise, a little better." says 
Bobbv Ross. "We accomplished what we wanted to 
accomplish in the spring. We are ahead philosophically in 
our offensive schemes. We put the offense in during the 
spring and will not have to experiment in the fall. "There 
is no great weakness. "added Ross, "but we need another 
tight end and most perplexing is the backup quarterback 
situation. I was hoping one of the four would jump out 
and get my attention in the spring. None did. It is very 
important that we get off to a good start, especially with 
the schedule we have. We have to come out of the chute at 
full speed." says Ross. 



BY POSITION 

OFFENSE - 

QUARTERBACK "I have confidence in Stan 

Gelbaugh." says Ross. "He had an excellent spring. We 
will have to settle on the backup in the fall." Ken Vierra. 
Dan Henning and Drew Komlo. Vierra is the only one 
with game experience having started at Utah and playing 
in three games last fall. 

FULLBACK — "We have one of the finest in the 
nation in Rick Badanjek." says Ross. Badanjek has 
played in all 36 games since he has been at Maryland, 
scored 37 touchdowns and five two point conversions. 
Junior Letterman Stephon Scriber and Freshman Keith 
Bullock are competing for the backup spot with Soph- 
omore Richard Shure and Ferrum Junior College product 
Thorn Brown also available. 



RUNNINGBACK "The runningbacks had a good 
spring," says Ross. Tommj Nealand Alvin Blount shared 
the duties there last tall with Blount carrying I2X times 
and catching 20 passes and Neal 112 carries and 12 
receptions Freshman Carl Morton missed part ol spring 
practice but will be available this tall. 

WIDER! CI I VI rs "We moved Azizuddin Abdur- 

Ra'oof to the wide side to lake advantage ol his speed." 
sa\s Ross With Eric Holder starting at the split end spot 
we have two solid starters. We need consistency from the 
people behind them." Those competing lor playing time 
include I ettcrmen Sean Sullivan, behind Holder, and 
James Milling and Larry Miles behind Abdur-Ra'oof. 
John Bonato caught a half dozen passes last fall before 
suffering an injury and Freshman Vernon Joines is also 
available. 

TIGHT END "Ferrell Edmunds and Chris Knight 
both had a fine spring" says Ross "but we need a third 
tight end in our offensive system." Edmunds took over the 
starting role in the fourth game last fall as he moved ahead 
of a pair of seniors. His physical ability and mental 
outlook could make him the finest to play at Maryland 
and the Terps currently have three tight ends in the Ml 
There are three competing for the third spot in Freshman 
Dolph Tokarczyk. Sophomore Mike Echols and Fresh- 
man Blaine Rose. 

CENTER — "We had good improvement at center in 
the spring." says Ross. "We moved Dave Amend, a 
letterman defensive tackle, there in the spring as he tested 
best for the position. He has made the move work out for 
us." Amend. John Perna and John Rugg are all candi- 
dates to start. Amend and Perna are sophomores and 
Rugg a freshman. "The development at center was very 
pleasing." says Ross. "We were concerned about re- 
placing Ail-American Kevin Glover." 




GUARD — "We have as fine a pair of guards as there 
is in the league" says Ross. "Both Len Lynch and Jeff 
Holinka have the ability to go on and play more football 
after college." Lynch is an elected Co-Captain and 
Holinka was voted the "Tough Terp" award following 
spring practice. "We established some depth in the 
spring," Ross adds. "Carl Bond improved and Perna can 
play guard as well as center. This gives us as much 
flexibility as we have had." George Colton returns as a 
letterman from the 1983 team and Richard Nelson made a 
successful move from defensive guard to offense in the 
spring. Robert Sterling and John Keister are also guard 
candidates. 

TACKLE — "Another position of strength, "says Ross. 
"JD Maarleveld is an All-American candidate and return- 
ing starter along with Tony Edwards. Sophomore Bill 
Hughes gives us three tackles capable of starting." John 
Soma is a letterman while Ben Jefferson and Ed Walsh 
are redshirt freshmen who continue to improve. 



DEFENSE — "The defense has made the biggest im- 
provement," says Ross. We are a little bit quicker and 
close on the ball better than in previous years. We have a 
little more speed on defense and are a better stunting 
team. The development at linebacker in the spring was 
very pleasing. We were really concerned about replacing 
Eric Wilson." 

GUARD — "Could be a position of strength," says 
Ross. Bruce Mesner returns as an All-ACC selection. 
Neal Sampson returns as a starter and Tommy Parker has 
also started in the past. Bob Arnold and Robert Klein are 
lettermen. Joe Giuliano. a sophomore, did not letter but 
played as a freshman. 

TACKLE — Ted Chapman and Duane Dunham return 
as starters from the Sun Bowl team and Scott Tye is a two 
year letterman. "We were hurt as far as depth is concerned 
when we moved Amend to center. "says Ross. "Scott Tye 
and Ted Chapman are two good tackles. Duane Dunham 
and Wayne Brunson must add weight and strength." 
Chapman and Tye were cited by Ross as "very much 
improved in the spring." This enabled Tye to win the 
starting job in the spring ahead of Dunham. Warren 
Powers is a redshirt freshman reserve. 

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS (defensive ends) — Co- 
Captain Scott Schankweiler, O'Brien Alston. Terry Burke 
and Sean Scott were all cited by Ross as making 
improvement in the spring. Kevin Donas and Steve Kelly 
missed the spring practice with injuries. Schankweiler. 
Donas and Kelly (right side) have earned five letters 
between them while on the left Scott, Alston and Burke all 
candidates to start have earned a total of four letters. 

INSIDE LINEBACKERS "A position of concern 
going into the spring but no longer a concern," says Ross. 
"There was general overall improvement." The emer- 
gence of Richard Petitbon and Kevin Walker was pleasing 
to the staff. Petitbon has joined Chuck Faucette as a 
starter. Walker was moved from fullback where he was 
the only freshman to letter last fall and had a fine spring. 
Letterman Jon Sabrowski returns from injury problems 
and two vear letterman Bobby DePaul returns after 



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missing the 1984 season. Matt D'Amico. Nick Marchetti. 
Letterman Pat D'Atri. James Wilson and Jim Morrison 
are reserves. 

HALFBACKS "We have a little more speed but 
have the tendency to give up the big play." says Ross. 
"Keeta Covington had a fine spring and Donald Brown 
improved in the spring." Keeta returns as starter while 
Brown regains the spot he opened the 1984 season in but 
lost to Bob Gunderman. Letterman Lewis Askew and 
Sophomore Troy Reynolds back up Keeta with Fresh- 
man Chad Sydnor and Wendall McKay along with 
Letterman Vernon Carter from the 1983 team reserves 
behind Brown. 

SAFETY — Al Covington returns as an All-ACC 
selection and Football News First team All-American 
pre-season selection. Sophomore Letterman Danny 
Swingle. Senior Letterman Joe Bailey and Freshman 
Leon Bray moved from wide receiver are the reserve 
safeties. 

KICKING GAME — Darryl Wright returns as the 
punter with Stan Gelbaugh the backup. Gelbaugh punted 
in 1984 until he moved into the starting quarterback spot. 
Ramon Paredes is the placekicker. "Wright punted very 
well in the spring. Hope he will be more consistent this 
fall. He was hitting the ball much better this spring" says 
Ross. "Paredes has a good leg. He has a lot of con- 
fidence." Keeta Covington will again return punts but we 
are looking for someone else to return kickoffs and give 
Keeta a little rest." Keeta Covington led the ACC in punt 
returns in 1984. 



COLLEGE FOOTBALL RULES - "We still need to 
get more kickoffs in the game." says Ross. "The new 
blocking rule is a safer rule for the players. I don't see it as 
a problem leading to holding. It will teach players to stay 
off the ground more and should lead to fewer injuries." 



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1985 
TERPS 




AZIZUDDIN ABDUR-RA'OOF (87) "Ziz" 
6-1, 195 (4/8/65) So.*, Millersville, Maryland 

Starting wide receiver at the split end 
spot . . . moved to the wide side in the 
spring to take advantage of his out- 
standing speed . . . caught 25 passes 
last fall in his first competition as a 
receiver as he was a quarterback in 
high school . . . scored two touch- 
downs on receptions in 1984 ... his 
first td reception was against Duke 
for 32 yards and he added a 25 yard scoring reception 
against Virginia ... he was credited with one reception for 
21 yards in his first collegiate game but had a 67 yard td 
called back by a penalty ... he went on to catch at least 
one pass in each of the 1 2 games . . . in his second game as 
a receiver he caught four passes for 123 yards against 
Vanderbilt including a 51 and 55 yarder ... his 25 
receptions ranked him tenth in the ACC while his 438 
yards was sixth . . . not included in the totals are three 
catches for 45 yards against Tennessee in the Sun Bowl 
... he caught four passes against both Vanderbilt and 
West Virginia, three against Wake Forest. North Carolina 
and Tennessee, two against Penn State, Miami. Clemson 
and Virginia and a single catch against Syracuse. North 
Carolina State, and Duke . . . 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 and rushed for 701 as the all-metro first team 
quarterback . . . athlete of the week for his track per- 
formances in high winning 100 and 200 meter dashes at 
the Regional Championships in record times of 10.7 and 
21.9 .. . second in the 400 with a 47.8 . . . captained the 
football and basketball teams and president of student 
government at Northeast . . . honored at National Foot- 
ball Foundation Scholar-Athlete awards banquet . . . 
bornin Annapolis. Maryland . . . MAJOR-Communications 



O'BRIEN DARWIN ALSTON (60) 

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

Letterman outside linebacker (defen- 
sive end) on Sun Bowl team and 
competing for starting position in fall 
with Sean Scott . . . had 1 3 tackles as 
an outside linebacker last fall with 1 2 
more tackles on the special teams . . . 
1 8 of the 25 tackles were first hits . . . 
also credited with a blocked punt . . . 
had an eight yard kickoff return . . . 
was an outside linebacker on Oxon Hill State Champions 
in high . . . won title in Bvrd Stadium . . . also played 
offensive tackle in high . . . center forward on basketball 
team and right fielder in baseball for Oxon Hill . . . 
brother Joseph played baseball for Oxon Hill . . . born in 
Connecticut . . . MAJOR-Business. 




DAVID ROBERT AMEND (77) "Dave" 

6-4, 269 (5/18/65) So.*, Baltimore, Maryland 

Letterman defensive tackle on Sun 
Bowl team but moved to offensive 
center in spring where he is competing 
for the starting job . . had 19 tackles 
last fall . . . all-met defensive lineman 

fat Archbishop Curley High . . . 
J^^fjP*'\ honored b\ National Football Foun- 
dation and Hall of Fame at Balti- 
more's 20th annual Scholar-Athlete 
. also played offensive tackle and 
. . won the MSA "B" heavyweight 
played in 1982 all-star game against the 



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Awards Dinner . 

wrestled in high 

wrestling title 

county with three sacks, a fumble recovery and caused 

three fumbles in the game . . . father attended Maryland 

in 1956 . . . captained the football and wrestling teams in 

high . . . born in Baltimore. 

BARRY EARL ANDERSON 

5-9, 158 (7/20/65) So.*, Rochester, New York 

Non-scholarship wide receiver candi- 
date . . . came to Maryland from 
James E. Sperry High . . . has fine 
speed but has three lettermen ahead 
of him on the depth chart . . .enrolled 
in '83 but has not played . . . caught 
one pass in the spring game . . . 
MAJOR-Engineering. 



ROBERT PAUL ARNOLD (99) "Bob" 

6-3, 252 (1/4/65) So.*, Wyncote, Pennsylvania 

Letterman defensive guard on Sun 
Bowl team . . . had 13 tackles includ- 
ing two for no gain as a redshirt 
freshman . . . playing behind all-acc 
guard Bruce Mesner . . . 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 . . . bench presses over 400 pounds . . . born 
in Glenside, Pennsylvania ... MAJOR-Speech 
Communiations. 

LEWIS I. ASKEW (13) 

5-11, 180 (5/14/64) Jr.*, Monroeville, Pennsylvania 

Letterman defensive halfback on Sun 
Bowl team . . . had three tackles as a 
defensive back and added 1 1 on the 
special teams ... 1 1 of his 14 tackles 
were first hits . . . recovered one 
opponents fumble . . . backup to 
Keeta Covington in the spring as the 
left halfback . . . came to Maryland 
from Gateway High where he also 
played basketball . . . enrolled in '82 and redshirted in '83 
as a walk-on candidate . . . born in Pittsburgh. Pennsyl- 
vania . . . MAJOR-Engineering. 





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RICHARD AI.KN BADANJEK (40) "Rick" 
5-9, 217 (3/25/62) Sr., West FarminRton, Ohio 

Record selling, three year leltcrman, 
fullback for the past three years. . . 
holds Maryland career record foi 
most points scored, run and pass. 
with 214 and touchdowns with 34 all 
in 33 regular season games . . . has 
also played in three bowl games and 
not missed a game in his three years 
... set Maryland season record with 
his 102 points as a junior while tying the record of 16 
touchdow ns in n season . . . two touchdowns in Sun Bowl 
did not count in the totals ... in 1982 he set a freshman 
scoring record with 56 points and then added 56 more as a 
sophomore. . . all nine td's as a freshman came on rushing 
plays and on only 62 carries from scrimmage . . . led the 
ACC in punt returns as a sophomore with 1 1.1 yards a 
return. . . his first two years he rushed for 909 yards in 22 
games on 193 carries for a 4.7 yard average per carry . . . 
as a junior he added 832 yards on 173 carries with a 4.8 
average per carry . . . as a sophomore he was named to the 
Football News sophomore all-american team ... he was 
voted the Sun Bowl Most Valuable Player honors after 
rushing for 90 yards and a pair of touchdowns including 
the winning touchdown with 2:28 left in the game ... he 
has scored in his last 10 games as the Terps won nine of the 
10 ... he was named the ACC offensive back of the week 
after his three touchdowns against North Carolina State 
and again for the Virginia game as he rushed for 217 yards 
on only 1 7 carries and scored twice on runs of one and 65 
yards . . . Wirt Gammon named him to his all-american 
blocking team, selected for blocking ability only, last fall 
... he led the ACC in scoring in 1984 with his 102 points 
and ranked sixth in the nation ... he also ranked fifth in 
rushing and sixth in all purpose yards in the ACC ... his 
4.8 career average per carry has been achieved despite the 
fact that he handles the ball in most of the short yardage 
situations ... he has scored from the one yard line 15 
times ... he also has four touchdowns from the two and 
has added four from the three yard line ... he can also 
break for the long gainers . . . longest run from scrimmage 
is 72 yards against Virginia while his longest touchdown 
run is 65 yards against Virginia ... his longest pass 
reception has been 34 yards as he has caught 51 for 523 
yards coming out of the backfield ... he has caught a pair 
of two point conversion passes and run for two points 
three times ... his longest punt return has been 46 yards 
... he has played both runningback and fullback in 
Maryland's two back offense ... he came to Maryland 
from Glen Mills Academy (Philadelphia) and Chalker 
High in Ohio . . . has three brothers and four sisters but is 
the only athlete in the family . . . played football, basket- 
ball baseball in high . . . all-Ohio and second team high 
school All-American . . . Born in Trumbull . . . M AJOR- 
Law Enforcement. (SEE INSIDE BACK COVER) 



JOS1 I'll A I AN BAILEV (43) 

5-9, 187 (10/17/64) Sr.», ( onnellsville, Pennsylvania 

^^^^ I etui man reserve safety <>n the Sun 

£ ^k Bowl train working at safety 

J *r* » again this fall behind all-ACC selec- 

_-r^ tion \l < ovington . had loin 

safety in '84 
*^J h^ and added I I tackles on the special 

teams. . had one interception with a 

20 yard return against Duke . . . 
^^^K^^T 1 participated in '82 and '83 but did not 
letter . . . quarterback and defensive back at Connellsv ilk- 
High . . . captained the lootball and basketball teams to 
post season play losing to Gateway High 15-6 and 
l.atrobe 57-52 . . . mvp in lootball. won the hitting title in 
baseball and wasa guard on the basketball team . . . most 
memorable moment was intercepting three passes in 
game against Butler . . . born in Connellsville. 



ALVIN WILBERT BLOUNT (33) 

5-11, 194 (2/12/65) Jr., Greenbelt, Maryland 

Two year letterman runningback . . . 
shared runningback duties with 
Tommy Neal on Sun Bowl team as he 
carried 128 times for 759 yards and a 
5.9 yard per carry average . . . scored 
five touchdowns rushing and added 
three more on pass receptions as he 
caught 20 for 269 yards . . . had a 
career high 214 yards rushingagainst 
Clemson on 29 carries and scored on runs of 8 and 13 
yards in the game . . . scored on a 72 yard run against 
Virginia in the next game as he rushed for 104 yards . . . 
total of 3 1 8 yards in last two games of the season . . . also 
had 109 yards rushing against West Virginia with a five 
yard touchdown run ... his other td rushing was an 18 
yarder against Penn State ... he had a 50 yard pass 
reception against Wake Forest for a touchdown and a 52 
yard non-scoring reception against North Carolina ... he 
caught passes in 10 of the 12 games ... as a freshman he 
also played in all 1 1 games w it h 66 yards rushing on eight 
carries for an 8.3 yard per carry average . . .he caught two 
passes for 20 yards as a freshman and returned eight 
kickoffs for 160 yards ... he was the ACC "Rookie of the 
Week "for his freshman game against Duke and the ACC 
"Offensive Player of the Week" with his 2 14 yards rushing 
against Clemson last fall ... he ranked fifth in the ACC 
last fall in all-purpose yards and seventh in rushing ... he 
rushed for 80 yards against Tennessee in the Sun Bowl 
and caught one pass . . . was a runningback and defensive 
back for Eleanor Roosevelt High . . . outfielder on the 
baseball team . . . most memorable moment in high was 
breaking a draw play for 86 yards and a touchdow n in the 
Homecoming game . . . born in Washington. D.C. 
MAJOR-Communications. 




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JOHN RUSSELL BONATO (20) 

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

Injured and missed most of the season 
as well as the Sun Bowl game after 
catching passes in each of the first 
five games of the season as a wide 
receiver . . . had six catches for 75 
yards . . . redshirted as a walk-on in 
'83 but earned a scholarship . . . 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 winning td pass to beat Lee 
Lancers 23-21 with 10 seconds left in the game . . . hobby 
is music . . . born in Washington. D.C. M AJOR-Biology. 



CARL D.BOND (64) 

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

Offensive guard playing behind Co- 
Captain Len Lynch . . . strongest 
man on the team as he has bench 
pressed a school record 485 pounds 
. . . came to Maryland from Salesi- 
anum High where he captained the 
football team ... on runner-up team 
for state championship in high and 
played in the Blue-Gold all-star game 

all-state in high . . . born in Bremerton, Washington 

MAJOR-General Studies. 



LEON HENSON BRAY (23) 

6-0, 185 (9/14/66) Fr.*, McKeesport, Pennsylvania 

Moved from wide receiver to safety 
after redshirting in '84 . . . 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. 






THOM LEES BROWN (39) 

5-11, 218 (9/14/63) Jr.*, Norristown, Pennsylvania 

Runningback and fullback in the 
spring . . . joined the Terps from 
Ferrum Junior College . . .Captained 
the Albermarle High football team 
his senior year as he was the All- 
Region MVP . . . nose guard and 
runningback in high . . . also played 
at Laramie High and Methacton 
High . . . has good strength bench 

pressing over 370 pounds . . . born in Pottstown. 

Pennsylvania . . . MAJOR-General Studies. 



WAYNE VINCENT BRUNSON (97) 

6-4, 224 (4/22/66) Fr.*, Mt. Vernon, New York 

Backup defensive left tackle in spring 
. . . redshirted last fall . . . captained 
the conference championship team at 
Mt. Vernon High as a defensive end 
and offensive tackle . . . earned three 
I letters in football along with first 
\ team all-state honors . . . also lettered 
in basketball . . . scored the first 
i touchdown of the season in his senior 
year when he picked up a 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 (41) 

6-0, 223 (7/12/66) Fr.*, Berlin, New Jersey 

Fullback candidate behind Rick 
Badanjek and Stephon Scriber in 
spring . . . carried three times for 12 
yards in spring game and caught a 10 
yard pass . . . redshirted in '84 ... 
I - came to Maryland from Edgewood 

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 '82 AAU junior 
Olympic age group ... his shuttle hurdle relay team was 
ranked fourth in the nation . . . four brothers and three 
sisters ... all are athletes . . . born in Camden. 





DONALD BROWN (2) 

5-11, 189 (11/28/63) Sr.*, Annapolis, Maryland 

Letterman and starting defensive 
halfback on the right side . . . had 20 
tackles for the Sun Bowl champions 
and added two more on the special 




teams . . . also had one interception 
and returned five kickoffs . . . joined 
the Terps as a transfer from Okla- 
homa where he played as a freshman 
in '81 ... joined the Terps in '83 . . . 
had a fine spring practice and adds quickness to the 
starting secondary . . . from Annapolis High . . . 
MAJOR -Communications. 



KEVIN BULLOCK (42) 

6-0, 214 (7/12/66) Fr.*, Berlin, New Jersey 

Outside linebacker (defensive end) 
candidate after redshirting as a fresh- 
man . . . fullback and defensive end at 
Edgewood High . . . co-captain of the 
football team along with his twin 
brother Keith who is a fullback with 
the Terps . . . 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. 




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TKRRY ALFRED BURKE (59) 

6-0. 217 (10/23/65) Jr., Silver Spring, Maryland 

I wo yeai letterman outside line- 
backer. . . had 1 tackles with one f oi 
no gain for Sun Howl team along 
with five tackles on the special teams 
. . . he had 22 tackles for the Florida 
Citrus Howl team along with two on 
the special teams as a freshman . . . 
mvp at Northwood High as a line- 
backer where he also ran track 
handling the shot put chores and running the sprints . . . 
also played basketball in high . brother Brent attended 
Man land and brother Steven played for the Terps in 
1983 as a letterman runningback . . . captained the 
football and track teams at Northw ood . . . played in Hyrd 
Stadium in State Championship game . . . mvp and 
captain of Regional Championship game . . . bench 
presses o\ er 355 pounds. Horn in l.os Angeles, California. 



VERNON ENOCH CARTER (32) 

6-0, 185 (5/26/63) Sr.*, Laurel, Maryland 

Letterman safety on the 1983 Florida 
Citrus Bowl team . . . with 13 tackles 
... 12 were on the special teams . . . 
played in seven games in '82 as a 
runningback but did not letter . . . 
had 31 carries for 85 yards . . . also 
played but did not letter as a fresh- 
man in '8 1 ... played in three games 
as outside linebacker as freshman 
and then moved to offense after injuries to Charlie 
Wysocki carrying 14 times for 44 yards with an 1 1 yard td 
run . . . came to Terps from Fort Meade High where he 
earned three letters in track as a sprinter . . . played for 
Jerry Mears in high . . . Uncle Louis Carter was record 
setting tailback for Terps, 1971-75 before moving on to 
Oakland and Tampa in NFL . . . captained the football 
team in high . . . born in Laurel. 



EDWARD ARTHUR CHAPMAN (96) "Ted" 
6-3, 256 (4/5/64) Jr.*. Salisbury, Maryland 

Letterman defensive tackle and starter 
after joining the Terps as a walk-on 
■»■'**' . . . earned his scholarship with his 

r -*■ ^ performance . . . played but did not 

letter in '82 and redshirted in '83 . . . 
had 46 tackles for Sun Bowl cham- 
pions and a team leading seven 
quarterback sacks . . . two tackles for 
no gain and 1 1 in the backfield 
accounting for 65 yards in losses by opponents . . . 
recovered a fumble and intercepted a pass and returned it 
five yards against Duke . . . baseball catcher, defensive 
end. fullback and punter while also wrestling as a 185 
pounder at Parkside High . . . bench presses over 385 
pounds . . . captained the football, baseball and wrestling 
teams . . . mvp in football . . . MAJOR-Business. 






amencan 



(■I ORGI ( . ( OI ION (74) 

6-4. 260 (7/28/63) Sr.*. Lindenhurst, New York 

j ^u Letterman offensive guard behind 

m Jell Holinka on the right side . . . 

^__ ^| lettered on Sun Howl Champions . . . 

participated but did not letter as a 

'^- freshman and redshirted in '82 ... 

.^^ -,-. i. ;i i in in Maryland from Lindenhurst 

_>, L * y High where he was accorded all-state 

H honors in football and all-county 

— M mU honni s mi I I,,- li.nl l . ., 

captained the track team in '80 . . . has three brothers and 
three sisters . . . hobby is skiing and surfing . . . born in 
West Islip, New York. 



AI. CORNELL COVINGTON (18) 
6-0, 197 (6/17/63) Sr., Danville, Virginia 

Letterman safety all three years at 
Maryland . . . All-ACC selection on 
Sun Bowl team and Football News 
Pre-Season Ail-American (first team) 
for 1 985 . . . had 56 tackles as a safety 
last fall including one in the backfield 
for a six yard loss ... he had one 
interception and recovered a fumble 
— ... AP honorable mention all- 
he had 35 tackles as a sophomore on the 
Florida Citrus Bowl team including five on the special 
teams ... as a freshman he had 1 3 tackles with nine on the 
special teams . . . starts in the secondary along with his 
brother Keeta . . . recovered a fumble with 1:12 left in the 
Sun Bowl game that clinched the Maryland win . . . the 
fumble was caused by Keeta's tackle . . . has played in 
three bowl games for the Terps including the Aloha Bowl 
as a freshman where he had one tackle . . . three tackles 
and broke up a pass in Florida Citrus Bowl and had five 
tackles and broke up a pass along with the fumble 
recovery in the Sun Bowl . . . known as "Bam Bam" in 
high at George Washington High where he captained the 
football team as a runningback and defensive back . . . 
was a high hurdler on the track team for four years . . . 
second team all-state in football and state champion in 
the high hurdles with a 13.6 . . . also placed in state 
championship in 200 meters with 21.6 and district 
champion at 100 meters in 10.7 . . . born in Danville . . . 
MAJOR-Law Enforcement. 



BRYANT O'KEITH COVINGTON (1) "Keeta" 
5-9, 189 (3/6/65) Jr., Danville. Virginia 

^^^^ Lettered as a defensive back on the 

f J^ Sun Bowl team . . . wide receiver on 

vP V. the Florida Citrus Bowl team but did 

li9><^ r ^— not letter had 4S tackles last fall 
j^J along with one on the special teams 

'• ^^ . . . two were in the backfield for 

minus nine yards ... led the ACC in 
punt returns with a 10.5 average on 
^™ ^^^^^ 26 returns . . . also returned 25 kick- 
offs for 479 yards with the longest 41 . . . longest punt 
return was 47 yards and set up the first score of the game 
against West Virginia in Morgantown . . . had one pass 




interception and recovered a fumble last fall . . . had three 
tackles in the Sun Bowl with the biggest coming on the 
Maryland 30 with 1:12 left in the game . . . the tackle 
caused a fumble that was recovered by his brother Al and 
the Terps ran out the clock ... he had four tackles as a 
wide receiver on the special teams as a freshman . . . 
all-state at George Washington High as a wide receiver in 
football and sprinter on the track team . . . scored the first 
and last touchdown in the game as GW won the state 
championship in '82 . . . also played baseball . . . born in 
Danville . . . MAJOR-General Studies. 

MATTHEW WILLIAM D'AMICO (49) "Matt" 
6-2, 230 (6/9/65) Fr., Potomac, Maryland 

Joined the Terps during the spring 
semester as a linebacker candidate 
. . . strong bench pressing over 370 
pounds . . . joined the Terps from 
Fork Union Military Academy and 
T.S. Wootton High . . . tackle in high 
. . . captained both the Wootton and 
Fork Union football teams . . . defen- 
sive player of week honors in high . . . 
older brother David attended Maryland in 78 and played 
football for Ithaca College . . . sister Melissa attended 
Maryland . . . born in Boston. Massachusetts. 

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

5-10, 223 (2/23/63) St.*, Cumberland, Maryland 

Letterman linebacker on Sun Bowl 
Champions as he had three tackles on 
the special teams . . . has excellent 
strength, bench pressing over 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 voted the "best defen- 
sive player" at Fort Hill where he was a linebacker, 
fullback and tackle . . . won the William Daily Award, the 
Hipsiley Award in high . . . born in Cumberland . . . 
MAJOR-Advertising and Design. 

ROBERT L. DePAUL (38) "Bobby" 
5-11, 230 (1/24/63) Sr., Bowie, Maryland 

Two year letterman linebacker on the 
Aloha and Florida Citrus Bowl teams 
. . . suffered a leg injury and missed 
the Citrus Bowl game and much of 
the 1984 season although he had five 
tackles . . . starter in '83 ... injury 
was suffered in the '83 Auburn game 
. . . had 28 tackles as a linebacker in 
'82 and 104 in '83 . . . had a quarter- 
back sack and six tackles in the backfield in '83 . . . he had 
one interception with the Aloha Bowl team . . . came to 
Maryland from Archbishop Carroll High where he 
lettered four 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 bv the 






Brookland Club, Pigskin Club and was accorded all-met 
honors as well as Ail-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 Cheverly, 
Maryland. 

KEVIN PAUL DONAS (47) 

6-0, 221 (8/26/63) Sr., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Two year letterman outside line- 
backer (defensive end) on the Florida 
Citrus and Sun Bowl teams . . . 
injured and missed the Sun Bowl 
game . . . had 23 tackles before injury 
last fall and had four tackles in '83 . . . 
played but did not letter on Aloha 
Bowl team as a freshman . . . split end 
as a freshman . . . captained the foot- 
ball 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 
was throwing a touchdown pass as a wide receiver off an 
end around play with 42 seconds left in the game to beat 
Butler . . . born in Pittsburgh . . . MAJOR-Law 
Enforcement. 

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

Letterman linebacker on the Sun 
Bowl team with two tackles, one as a 
linebacker and one with the special 
teams . . . redshirted as a freshman 
. . . fullback and linebacker candidate 
when he joined the Terps from Beaver 
Area High . . . co-captain and top 
defensive player in high where he 
won the "head hunter award" and on 
the Press finest 44 team ... on all-state list, all-WPIAL 
all-stars . . . hobby is weightlifting . . . captain of fellow- 
ship of christian athletes and on academic honor roll in 
high ... on WPIAL championship teams in '81 and '82 
. . . WPIAL sectional champs in baseball in '82 ... 
undefeated in football both years . . . born in Indiana. 
Pennsylvania . . . MAJOR-Business. 

DUANE RODERICK DUNHAM (98) 

6-2, 228 (12/16/64) So.*, Gaithersburg, Maryland 

Letterman defensive tackle as a 
starter for Sun Bowl team with 43 
tackles and a quarterback sack for 
minus seven yards . . . redshirted as a 
freshman . . . captained the football 
team for John Harvill at Gaithers- 
t burg High . . . lettered twice in foot- 
ball and track and played basketball 
in high . . . weight man on the track 
team . . . born in St. Louis, Missouri. 





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MICHAEL ANTONIO ECHOLS (82) "Mike" 
6-3, 213 (1/23/65) So.*, Wilmington, Delaware 

W;ilk-on t i j» h t end candidate red 
shirted as a freshman and did not 
letter last fall came to Maryland 
from the I .it nail School where he 
lettered three times each in football 
and basketball, twice in track as a 
M I lone 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. 



FERRKLL EDMUNDS JR. (93) 

6-6. 234 (4/16/65) So.*, Danville, Virginia 

Letterman tight end and starter on 
Sun Bowl Champions . . . took over 
the starting position against Wake 
Forest in fourth game last fall and 
caught a touchdown pass in his first 
start. . . added a 40 yard td reception 
against Tennessee in the Sun Bowl 
. . . has caught at least one pass in his 
last nine games, every game he has 
started . . . had 17 receptions in the regular season and 
added three in the Sun Bowl . . . came to Maryland from 
the state championship team at George Washington High 
that also produced the Covington brothers Al and Keeta 
. . . lettered twice in football and also in basketball in high 
. . . has six sisters and two brothers . . . younger brother 
Willie also plays football . . . born in South Boston, 
Virginia. 



JASON EARL EDWARDS (95) 

6-1, 225 (9/12/64) Jr.*. Upper Marlboro, Maryland 

Walk-on defensive tackle candidate 
listed third on the spring depth chart 
... a middle linebacker at Frederick 
Douglas High where he was an honor 
roll student . . . league champions in 
high . . . brother James played 
football at Johns Hopkins ... 
born in Washington. DC. MAJOR- 
Engineering. 



ROBERT ANTHONY EDW ARDS (72) "Tony" 
6-5, 270 (5/22/63) Sr.*, Silver Spring, Maryland 

Two year letterman offensive tackle 
Jtk ,flk and starter on Sun Bowl Champions 

j \ ... bench presses 385 pounds . . . 

4W ^ 4f played but did not letter in '81 and 

~^l redshirted in '82 . . . lettered on 

Florida Citrus Bowl team . . . line- 
backer and tight end at Wheaton 
High where he won all-league honors 
two years . . . also lettered in baseball 
and basketball two years each . . . captained the football 
team in '80 and the basketball team two years ... on two 
championship teams in football and one in baseball . . . 





sistei Helen 1972-76 and sister-in-law Cynthia 1972-76 
attended Maryland hobbies include water skiing and 
fishing . . bcun in Washington. DC MAJOR General 

Studies 



CHARLES FAUCETTE JR. (11) "Chuck" 

6-3, 235(10/7/63) Jr., Willingboro. New Jersey 

I wo year letterman linebacker on 
Florida Citrus and Sun Bowl teams 
had 120 tackles last fall with five 
for minus 12 yards and lour for no 
gain . . had two interceptions and 
recovered a lumble . . . joined the 
I ci ps in the spring of '83 alter serving 
two years in professional baseball in 
the Toronto farm system . . . had 52 
tackles as a freshman for the Citrus Bowl team . . . 
recovered a fumble with 1:14 left in Pittsburgh game on 
Terps 1 7 to clinch the 1 3-7 win . . . named ACC rookie of 
the week for play in Pitt game . . . ACC defensive back of 
the week last fall for performance in Wake Forest game 
. . . bench presses 365 pounds . . . played football and 
baseball at Willingboro High and captained both teams 
. . . born in Levitown. Pennsylvania . . . MA.IOR-Finance. 



STANLEY MORRIS GELBALGH (8) "Stan" 
6-3, 207 (12/4/62) Sr.*, Carlisle, Pennsylvania 

At Letterman quarterback with five 

starts last fall . . . made his first start 

W ^ K V against Penn State when Frank Reich 

suffered a shoulder injury . . . threw 

***• 9 for 308 yards on a school record 48 

^ . -yjS t -1 passes and ran the ball twice for a 

y school record 50 plays in the game 

. . . completed 22 of the 48 passes 

»»■*' including a 4^ yard td pass to 1 ric 

Holder ... his two point conversion attempt wasjust over 

the reach of Greg Hill and Maryland had just come within 

the conversion of upsetting the Nittany Lions ... he 

completed 78 of 133 passes for 1,123 yards and five 

touchdowns in six games ... he averaged 187.2 yards a 

game passing and 8.4 yards per attempt ... he scored one 

touchdown rushing ... a fine athlete he had worked as a 

wide receiver in the spring of '84 but returned to 

quarterback for the '84 spring game . . . ranked third in 

the ACC in passing efficiency behind his roommate 

Frank Reich and John Dewberry of Georgia Tech . . .was 

the ACC offensive back of the week after win over North 

Carolina last fall . . . backup quarterback to Boomer 

Esiason on the Aloha Bowl team, playing in four games 

with six completions for 48 yards . . .as a freshman threw 

one passa 13 yard completion to Boomeras he lined upat 

wingback . . . redshirted in '83 . . . came to Maryland from 

Cumberland Valley High where he was a three sport 

athlete in football, basketball and track . . . kicked a 36 

yard field goal with 14 seconds left to beat Carlisle 20-17 

and in the Milton Hershey game threw two touchdown 

passes and intercepted a pass on defense all in the last 5:30 

of the game to win 27-17 . . . born in Carlisle . . . 

MAJOR-Marketing. 



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JOSEPH GUILIANO (65) "Joe" 

6-4, 265 (1/1/65) So., Dobbs Ferry, New York 

Defensive left guard in spring . . . had 
one tackle as a freshman on the Sun 
Bowl team and that was a seven yard 
quarterback sack . . . enrolled in the 
spring of '84 and worked at offensive 
tackle . . . moved to defense last fall 
. . . bench presses over 355 pounds 
. . . all-state at Dobbs Ferry High 
playing tight end and on the defensive 
line . . . four sport letterman with three letters in 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 champion- 
ship 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. 



DANIEL CHRISTOPHER HENNING (12) "Dan" 
6-0, 184 (6/22/65) So.*, Annandale, Virginia 

Quarterback candidate as a backup 
to Stan Gelbaugh . . . redshirted in 
'83 as a freshman . . . has held for 
placements . . . outstanding career at 
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 . . . com- 
pleted three of six passes in spring game including a four 
yard touchdown toss to Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof . . . 
born in San Diego. California . . . M AJOR-Zoology and 
Pre-Med. 



ERIC A. HOLDER (81) 

6-0, 181 (11/19/64) Sr., Palmer Park, Maryland 

Two year letterman wide receiver on 
Florida Citrus and Sun Bowl teams 
. . . caught 18 passes last fall for 270 
yards and a touchdown . . . touch- 
down was a 45 yard reception against 
Penn State . . . caught at least one 
pass in 11 of the 12 games missing 
only in the Duke game . . . had three 
receptions each against Syracuse, 
Vanderbilt, Miami and Tennessee with a pair against 
Penn State and North Carolina State . . . split end in the 
Terp offense . . . caught four passes for 52 yards as a 
sophomore . . . played on the Aloha Bowl team as a 
freshman but did not letter . . . came to Maryland from 
nearby Parkdale High where he earned three letters as a 
split end . . . three letters in baseball and two in basketball 
. . . player of year for Parkdale . . . captained all three 
teams in high . . . scored two touchdowns to come from 
behind and win Homecoming game for Parkdale . . .born 
in Washington, D.C. . . . MAJOR-Law Enforcement. 






JEFFERY HOLINKA (62) "Jeff 

6-3, 264 (9/14/63) Sr., Pottstown, Pennsylvania 

Two year letterman offensive guard 
. . . has also played offensive tackle 
. . . lettered as an offensive tackle on 
the Florida Citrus Bowl team and 
played on the Aloha Bowl team but 
did not letter . . . opened the'84 season 
as the starting right tackle but moved 
over to the guard spot in the third 
game and started there the remainder 
of the season . . . considered a pro prospect . . . bench 
presses over 375 pounds . . . since he has started at the 
guard spot the Terps have won nine of ten games 
including the Sun Bowl championship . . . came to 
Maryland from Glen Mills Academy in Philadelphia and 
Pottsgrove High . . . third team all-state in high and first 
team all-district . . . offensive and defensive 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, 275 (6/6/65) So.*, Saddle Brook, New Jersey 

Letterman offensive tackle on Sun 
Bowl team . . . worked behind Tony 
Edwards in the spring at left tackle 
. . . considered by Coach Ross to rate 
right up with the four seniors on the 
line . . . redshirted on the Florida 
Citrus Bowl team . . . 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 and two ACC championship 
teams at Maryland . . . bench presses over 340 pounds . . . 
born in Ridgewood. 




WILLIAM BENJAMIN JEFFERSON (70) "Ben" 
6-8, 301 (1/15/66) Fr.*, New Rochelle, New York 

^tf^ Offensive tackle candidate playing 

M ^k on the left side ... from New Rochelle 

gBP E/^ High where he captained both the 

<\ "Is football and basketball teams and 

, ^P handled the shot put chores on the 

i^ a^fc^ track team lettered three tunes 

^ml Kr each m football and basketball with 
jj^^^J ' Bg all-american honors ir^football 
-*' ' '^■^H all-league honors in basketball 
all-district honors in track . . . born in New Rochelle . . . 
MAJOR-Special Education. 



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VERNON WILLIS JOINFS (HO) 

6-1, 186 (6/20/65) Fr.*, Baltimore, Maryland 

Wide receiver candidate at the split 
end position . has excellent speed 
. . . red shir ted as freshman last fall 
. . . from Southwestern High where 
he earned three letters each in loot- 
ball, basketball and track . . . split 
end and salctv in lootball and sprinter 
on the track team . . . all-met in 
football . . . mvp in basketball . . . 
won pole vault title in MSA and both high jump and I 10 
hurdles in state classic . . . had a 99 yard td reception 
against Carver in high . . . born in Charlotte, North 
Carolina where his brother Stephone is a tailback at 
Johnson C. Smith College . . . has six brothers . . . 
captained the lootball. basketball and track teams in high 
. . . honor mil student . . . M A.IOR-Computer Science. 



JOHN I.EROY KEISTER (71) 

6-2, 275 (9/16/65) Fr.*, Uniontown, Pennsylvania 

Offensive left guard reserve . . . red- 
shirted last fall as a freshman . . . 
offensive tackle for St. Vincent St. 
Marys in his senior year in high . . . 
attended Lake High his first three 
years ... as a sophomore and junior 
defensive tackle at Lake High he was 
accorded all league honors and in his 
senior year was accorded all-state 
honors as an offensive tackle and named the best 
offensive lineman . . . also wrestled as a heavyweight at 
both high schools . . . captained the wrestling team his 
senior year . . . on championship football team in '81, '82, 
and '83 . . . born in Davton. 



STEVEN KELLY (53) "Steve" 

6-1, 235 (9/4/63) Jr.*, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Outside linebacker (defensive end) 
on the left side . . . started the Sun 
Bowl game on the right side . . . 
lettered on the Sun Bowl team with 
33 tackles, including a quarterback 
sack and a tackle for no gain . . . 
added four tackles on special teams 
... 22 of his 37 tackles were first hits 
. . . played on the Florida Citrus 
Bowl team but did not letter . . . redshirted in '82 . . . 
bench presses 400 pounds . . . from George Washington 
High and Glen Mills Academy in Philadelphia . . . middle 
linebacker for three years and mvp in high . . . middle 
linebacker and mvp also at Glen Mills . . . captained the 
football teams in both high and prep school . . . served as 
captain of the city all-star team . . . 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 Philadelphia. 





ROBERT ERNES1 KLEIN JR. (67) "Rob" 

6-3. 269(11/13/65) So.*. Frederick, Maryland 

^^•^k Lettcrman defensive right guard on 

y.:m Sun Bowl team . . . had one tackle 

^r^^^B last I. ill . . redshirted as a freshman 

(f ■** *»J in '83 . . . played in Byrd Stadium for 
\. ._ Thomas Johnson High while winning 

• j^ v **?" state championship ... three year 

f^^\3ta^^fc^ lettcrman as offensive and defensive 
s-" y\ tackle . . . three letters as the weight 

^^^^^^*^^* man on the track team and two letters 
in basketball . . . on state championship team in basket- 
ball also . . . high school all-american in football . . . 
brother Charles was state champion as a heavyweight 
wrestler for Thomas Johnson, and wrestled at Massachu- 
setts reigning as freshman intercollegiate heavyweight 
champion of New England . . . Charles was all-state in 
football and was weight man on track team . . . sister 
Natalie was nationally ranked in the shot put and 
undefeated in dual meets at Colorado State 1972-76 . . . 
father Robert Klein and uncle Roscoe Whipp attended 
Maryland . . . active in scouting with Eagle Scout status 
. . . born in Frederick . . . MA.IOR-Horticulture. 



CHRIS KNIGHT (85) 

6-4, 243 (2/1/63) Sr.*, Stevensville, Maryland 

Letterman tight end who with three 
senior tight ends on the roster last fall 
decided to redshirt . . . caught five 
passes for 46 yards including a four 
yard touchdown pass from Frank 
Reich and a key two point conversion 
pass from Boomer Esiason for 18-17 
„ 4 lead against North Carolina as a 
^^^^™ junior . . . lettered on Florida Citrus 
Bowl team ... on Aloha Bowl team but did not letter . . . 
from Cambridge High where he lettered twice each in 
football and baseball . . . captained the state champion- 
ship team winning 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 



ROBERT ANDREW KOMLO (16) "Drew" 
6-3, 210 (11/13/65) Fr.*, College Park, Maryland 

Quarterback candidate for backup 
position to Stan Gelbaugh . . . from 
DeMatha Catholic . . . captained the 
football and basketball teams while 
achiev ing all-american honors in both 
sports. . . on citv championship team 
three years beating Dunbar. Spingarn 
and Dunbar in title games . . . 
brother Jeff quarterbacked Delaware 
in college and then mov ed on to the NFL . . . also has two 
sisters . . . father played football at Maryland and sister 
also attended Maryland . . . born in Silver Spring. 






LEONARD ANTHONY LYNCH (63) "Len" 
6-2, 269 (4/6/62) Sr.*, Levittown, Pennsylvania 

Co-Captain and three year letterman 
offensive guard . . . starter on both 
Aloha and Sun Bowl teams . . . 
injured in '83 with medical redshirt 
. . . also lettered as a freshman . . . 
bench presses 400 pounds . . . mvp 
and captain of football team for two 
''] &i years at Bishop Eagan High . . . four 

letters as linebacker and offensive 
guard in high . . . all-area, 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 a sophomore in high . . . born in 
Philadelphia . . . MAJOR-General Studies. 



JOHN DAVID MAARLEVELD (73) "JD" 
6-5, 303 (10/24/61) Sr.*, Rutherford, New Jersey 

jJt^^ Letterman offensive tackle and starter 

^fl ffe on Sun Bowl team . . . took over as 

£ starter in third game of season last 

fl J *& I fall and Terps are 9-1 for the 10 

2* < games he has started . . . transfer 

from Notre Dame with an NCAA 
fc^WuiJB medical hardship .enrolled at Notre 

^ b^jU n-unc in 1980. in June I982under- 

— -^^^^™^™ went surgery to remove a mass from 
his chest that was a slow moving form of cancer . . . kept 
lifting weights while receiving chemotherapy and radia- 
tion treatments . . .did not suffer the expected weight loss 
and in 1983 transferred to Maryland . . . received the 1984 
Brian Piccolo Award from the Greenville, S.C. Touch- 
down Club . . . four year letterman at St. Joseph's of the 
Palisades High as tight end and nose guard . . . three years 
as baseball catcher . . . captained both teams in high . . . 
on state championship baseball team in 79 with a 25-0 
record . . . bench presses 380 pounds . . . MAJOR- 
Sociology. 



JOHN NICHOLAS MARCHETTI (50) "Nick" 
6-0, 235 (10/18/65) Fr.*, Mitchellville, Maryland 

Enrolled in spring of '84 and red- 
shirted as a linebacker . . . bench 
presses 365 . . . attended Fork Union 
Military Academy and Eleanor 
Roosevelt High . . . three years of 
football with all-met honors . . . two 
of baseball with all-county honors 
and one year as a heavyweight 
wrestler in high . . . captained 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" ... born in Washington. D.C. ... MAJOR- 
Agriculture. 





PETE DIMETRIOS McDANIEL 

6-0, 253 (9/12/65) So.*, Rockville, Maryland 

Walk-on offensive guard from Wood- 
ward High . . . lettered two years as a 
guard at Woodward and also cap- 
tained the rugby team there . . . born 
in Washington. D.C. . . . MAJOR- 
Accounting. 



WENDELL HARRIS McKAY (29) 

6-0, 185 (7/19/66) Fr.*, Randallstown, Maryland 

jg^ Walk-on defensive back candidate 

m « from Randallstown High where he 

W^mM wasa spin end and outside linebacker 

» mS ■ ■ ■ outfielder in baseball and on the 

fr^y indooi track team captained the 

■W"" baseball team . . member national 
honor society and senior class vice- 
president . . . redshirted last fall . . . 
I~~\ born in Baltimore . . . MAJOR- 

Biology and Pre-Med. 

BRUCE M. MESNER (83) 

6-6, 263 (3/21/64) Jr.*, Harrison, New York 

All-ACC defensive guard by both AP 
and the ACSWA and a two year 
letterman . . . had 77 tackles last fall 
for the Sun Bowl team with three 
quarterback sacks and four tackles 
for no gain . . . four tackles in back- 
field accounted for 25 yards in losses 
by opponents . . . recovered an 
opponent's fumble . . . honorable 
mention all-american . . . starting defensive left guard . . . 
had 35 tackles with three quarterback sacks and five 
tackles in the backfield for the Florida Citrus Bowl team 
. . . redshirted in '82 as a freshman . . . first team all-state 
tight end at Harrison High . . . also defensive tackle and 
middle guard on undefeated. 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 . . . also handled shot put chores . . . 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) Sr.*, Bethel Park, Pennsylvania 

Letterman wide receiver on Sun Bowl 
team . . . wide receiver on Aloha 
Bowl team and redshirted in '83 . . . 
played baseball for Terps this past 
spring hittinng .286 . . . caught one 
pass for seven yards last fall . . . 
defensive back and wide receiver at 
Bethel Park High for two years . . . 
also lettered twice in baseball . . . all 
WPIAL-AAAA selected by the coaches. Post Gazette 
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22. . . co-mvpat Bethel Park High and all-state selection 
bv 1 1 1*1 . . . captained the tout hall team his senior yea rand 
the baseball team twice , . . horn in Pittsburgh . . . 
MAJOR -Accounting, 

JAMES THOMAS MILLING JR. (22) 

5-10, LSI (2/14/65) So.*, Temple Hills, Maryland 

Wide receiver candidate from 
Potomac High , . . lettered on Sun 
Bowl team although he did not catch 
a pass . . . played on special teams . . . 
redshirted as a freshman in '83 . . . 
quarterback and defensive hack at 
Potomac where he was a first team 
all-met selection . . . captained the 
basketball and track teams . . . 
brother Kenneth also played football at Potomac High 
and brother Tony at the Silver Hills Boys Club . . . scored 
four touchdowns in the first game of his senior year . . . 
born in Winnsboro. South Carolina. 

JAMES CLAYTON MORRISON 

5-10, 221 (6/23/64) So.*, Reading, Pennsylvania 

Inside linebacker candidate after 
working at defensive guard in '84 . . . 
redshirted as a freshman . . . from 
Fork Union Military Academy and 
•^ Reading High . . . bench presses 350 
pounds. 



CARL MORTON (25) 

6-2, 199 (2/6/66) Fr.*, Salisbury, Maryland 

Runningback candidate backing up 
Alvin Blount and Tommy Neal . . . 
redshirted as a freshman on the Sun 
Bowl team . . . from James M. 
Bennett High . . . captained the foot- 
ball team to the state championship 
in '83 over Poolesville . . . also on 
state championship team in '82 beat- 
ing Oakland Mills . . . twice the mvp 
in football earning three letters . . . also three year 
letterman in track and twice in basketball ... on state 
championship track team . . . brother Craig will join the 
Terps this fall . . . born in Salisbury. 

WILLIAM THOMAS NEAL (48) "Tommy" 
5-10, 200 (6/5/65) Jr., Gaithersburg, Maryland 

Two year letterman runningback now 
in his third year on the team . . . 
shared runningback duties with Alvin 
Blount last fall . . . rushed for 618 
yards during regular season on 112 
carries for a 5.5 average per carry and 
six touchdowns . . . also caught 12 
passes for 92 yards and a touchdown 
. . . gained 122 yards on nine carries 
against Duke with a 54 yard touchdow n run . . . also had 
I 13 on 13 carries against Clemson with scoring runs of 






foui and 19 yards . picked up 107 yards on 12 carries 
against ("ennessee in the Sun Bowl with a 57 yard 
touchdown run . . . touchdown reception was a 15 ya lei 
against Duke . . . as a freshman returned 15 kickoffs foi 
53 I \ards . . added an 80 yard kickoll return to open the 
second half of the Florida Citrus Bowl setting up a 
Maryland score and a 12-10 lead . earned the ball only 
six times hut picked up 44 yards for a 7.3 average as a 
freshman . . . had a five yard touchdown run . . . added a 
conversion run . . . caught three passes lor 39 yards as a 
freshman ... his 1X1 yards on kickoffs in Florida Citrus 
Bowl would have been a Maryland record but bowl 
statistics do not count . . . fullback and linebacker for 
former Terp coach Roy Lester at Magruder High where 
he was the leading scorer and mvp in '81 and mvp in '82 
. . . also won Roger Rowse Team Spirit Award . . . 
captained the football team as a senior . . . won Pigskin 
Club Award in high and also honored by Washington 
Touchdown Club with I'immie Award . . . Maryland 
Suburban player of the year . . . Football Coaches 
Association also honored him with outstanding player 
award . . . linebacker on all-met Golden Eleven . . . born 
in Olney. Maryland. 



RICHARD G. NELSON (61) 

6-4, 246 (6/6/66) Fr.*, East Rockaway, New York 

-_ Offensive right guard candidate play- 

V^, r?*^ ing behind seniors Jell Holinka and 

Carl Bond in the spring . . . redshirted 

as a defensive lineman last fall . 

V ^ bench presses 360 pounds . . . cap- 

r _ • tained the East Rockaway football 

SSA N l^^k> ant ^ trac k teams . two yeai letter- 

• - "i H^B man m f°°tball 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 

. . . has twin sisters playing basketball along with another 

sister all younger . . . also a younger brother . . . hobbies 

include waterskiing and weightlifting . . . born in Long 

Island. 



DERLIS RAMON PAREDES (5) "Ramon" 
5-7, 166 (7/13/64) Jr.*, Arlington, Virginia 

Soccer style placekicker who joined 
the Terps as a walk-on and earned a 
scholarship . . . has a strong leg and 
confidence. . . lacks only game exper- 
^ — ay ience . . . has kicked off for Terps in 

past but not lettered . . . placekicker 
for Washington & Lee High where he 
also played soccer and was a sprinter 
on the track team . . . anchored the 
championship 440 relay team at Washington & Lee High 
. . . first team all-district in soccer and football in high . . . 
mvp and all-state in '81 ... mvp of all-star soccer team 
defeating a Canadian team in '8 1 and mvp and captain of 
all-star team losing to team from England in '80 ... 
co-captain of soccer team three years in high . . . partici- 
pated with Madrigal Singers in high . . . born in Villorica. 
Paraeuav . . . MAJOR-Economics. 




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HAROLD THOMAS PARKER JR. (91) "Tommy" 
6-2, 284 (9/2/64) Jr.*, Baltimore, Maryland 

Two year letterman defensive guard 
. . . lettered and started several games 
on Florida Citrus Bowl team and 
lettered on Sun Bowl team although 
hampered by a virus opening the 
season . . . redshirted as a freshman 
on the Aloha Bowl team . . . had 32 
tackles on the Citrus Bowl team with 
a quarterback sack and three tackles 
in the backfield . . . added 25 tackles and a sack along with 
two tackles for no gain on the Sun Bowl team . . . bench 
presses 400 pounds . . . recovered one fumble last fall and 
had two tackles in the backfield for minus 1 1 yards . . . 
offensive and defensive tackle for three years at Forest 
Park High where he also wrestled, was the weight man on 
the track team and a catcher in baseball . . . won the 
Baltimore City Public Wrestling Tournament in '82 with 
all pins and also won the Southwestern Tournament in '82 
. . . undefeated, 13-0, as a senior in wrestling . . . born in 
Baltimore. 



JOHN MICHAEL PERNA (52) 

6-2, 261 (2/23/65) So.*, Maplewood, New Jersey 

One of three candidates to replace 
Ail-American Kevin Glover at center 
. . . redshirted as a freshman and on 
Sun Bowl team but did not letter . . . 
bench presses 380 and can also play 
guard . . . from Columbia High where 
fit/ k ' V /J he was an offensive guard and defen- 
'V-* s ' vc tac k' e • • • accorded all-state 
^^Kifll 1\B honors . . . team mvp . player ol 
the year and on Blue Chip Silver list . . . captained the 
football team to Iron Hills Championship . . . named 
athlete of the week in win over Seton Hall by Newark Star 
Ledger . . . lost to Montclair High 7-3 in playoff game for 
state championship ... in New Jersey all-star game . . . 
won Brian Piccolo award in high . . . hobbies include 
music and weightlifting . . . born in Belleville, New Jersey. 




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RICHARD MICHAEL PETITBON (54) "Richie" 
6-4, 233 (8/3/64) So.*, Vienna, Virginia 

Letterman linebacker on the Sun 
Bowl team as a redshirt freshman . . . 
starting linebacker on the right side 
this fall . . . had 31 tackles as a 
linebacker last fall and added 10 
more on the special teams . . . had 
one interception last fall against 
Miami with 2:55 left and the Hurri- 
canes on the Maryland 35 with a first 
down . . . bench presses 345 pounds . . . from Madison 
High where he was first team all-district as a linebacker, 
sprinter on the track team and on district championship 
football team two years . . . father is defensive coordi- 
nator for Washington Redskins . . . born in New Orleans 
. . . MA.IOR-Business. 






WARREN POWERS (90) 

6-7, 261 (2/4/65) Fr.*, Baltimore, Maryland 

Defensive tackle candidate listed 
behind Scott Tye and Duane Dunham 
. . . redshirted as a freshman from 
Edmoundson High where he cap- 
tained the '83 football team as a 
defensive end . . . onthecitychampion- 
ip team in both '81 and '82 when 
they beat Dunbar for the title . . . had 
V« five sacks in the '82 championship 
game . . . all-met selection . . . played for MSA all-stars 
. . . youngest of five children with four brothers and a 
sister but only athlete in the family . . . born in Baltimore. 

TROY LEE REYNOLDS (35) 

6-0, 183 (3/5/65) So.*, Upper Marlboro, Maryland 

Played on the Sun Bowl team but did 
not letter . . . had a pair of tackles 
with the special teams . . . defensive 
right halfback in spring listed third 
on the depth chart . . . walk-on from 
Surrattsville High where he captained 
the football team . . . earned three 
letters in football, four in track . . . 
mvp of track team . . . second in 
indoor state track meet and scored a pair of touchdowns 
in his first game as a runningback for Surrattsville against 
Forestville. 

CURTIS BLAINE ROSE (86) "Blaine" 
6-5, 218 (7/13/66) Fr., Hammondsville, Ohio 

a Tight end candidate who joined the 

Terps for the spring semester . . . 
from Stanton High where he earned 
four letters in football as a tight end 
and defensive end . . . four letters in 
football, three each in basketball and 
track . . . pole vaulter, high jumper 
and threw the discus on the track 
team . . . athlete of the year in track 
... all conference and all area in football and basketball 
. . . won state title in pole vault and discus . . . born in East 
Liverpool. Ohio . . . 

JOHN WESSLEY RUGG JR. (57) "John" 
6-3, 251 (4/2/66) Fr.*, Mill Run, Pennsylvania 

One of three candidates to start at 
center . . . redshirted last fall as a 
freshman . . . bench presses over 385 
pounds . . . from Connellsville Area 
High where he captained the football 
team as an offensive and defensive 
tackle . . . all-state and on finest 44 
list . . . president of National Honor 
Society and D.A.R. Citizenship 
Award winner ... on championship team of Quad-A 
Eastern Division the first conference championships in 
school history . . . champions in both '82 and '83 . . . 
younger sister is on swimming team in high . . . born in 
Connellsville . . . MA.IOR-Engineering. 





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JOHN ERIC SABROWSK1 (58) Ion" 

6-2, 221 (10/2/64) Jr.*, Stamford. Connecticut 

I etterman inside linebacker on Sim 

Howl team . had eight tackles as a 
linebackei with one for no gain and 
added four unassisted tackles on 
special teams . . . backup to Chuck 
^ Faucettc at end ol spring practice . 
^ vfTk bench presses over 365 ... from 

v -' |V RA Stamford Catholic High where he 

^i^H^^^^B was all-county and all-area as tight 
end and linebacker . . . scored on a 64 yard pass to tie 
McMahon in high and blocked what would have been the 
winning point in the game tor a 12-12 tie . . . born in 
Stamford. 



NEAL ZACHARY SAMPSON (75)"Neal" 

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

„^^^^ I. etterman defensive guard on Sun 

^fc.^^k Bowl team as a startei . had 24 

H j tackles with one for no gain ... bench 

^ *•» presses over 350 pounds . . . from 

Yorktown High where he captained 
the football and lacrosse teams . . . 
also wrestled . . . plays the cello and 
trumpet ... on country champion- 
ship teams in both football and 
lacrosse and second in state in lacrosse . . . won 
championship football game 7-0 in overtime ... on honor 
roll list for 1984 spring semester at Maryland . . . born in 
New York City . . . MAJOR-Business. 




named to the last squad foi the Scrtoma Keystone 

Classic . . captained the ( ledai Hill football team in '80 
. . . born in Sunbury . . MAJOR Business. 

SEAN VAUGH S( OTT (51 >": Sean" 

6-1, 209 (4/10/60) So.*, Pacifica, California 

I etterman outside linebackei (di 
siveend)onSun Howl champions . 
had a pair ol tackles as a linebacker 
and added 14. with I I lust hits, on 
the special teams . . . recovered one 
opponent's tumble and returned one 
kickoff . . . redshirted in '83 . . . from 
Riordan High where he was a defen- 
sive tackle . . . forward in basketball 
. . triple and high jumper on the track team that he 
captained . . . mvp in track . . . best senior athlete and best 
lineman along with outstanding athlete awards in senior 
year . . . born in Washington. D.C. . . . M A.IOR-Business 
and Finance. 

STEPHON M. SCRIBER (45) 

6-3, 225 (11/13/64) Jr.*, Hollywood, Maryland 

Letterman fullback on the Sun Bowl 
champions . . . carried 1 1 times for 48 
yards and caught a pair of passes for 
25 yards . . . had one tackle on special 
teams . . . runningback on Aloha 
Bowl team but did not letter . . . 
bench presses 335 pounds . . . born in 
Leonardtown. 




SCOTT BRIAN SCHANKWEILER (30) "Scott" 
5-11, 220 (10/15/63) Sr.*, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania 

fgf* Co-Captain elected by his teammates 

f\ &\ ' " ' two y ear l etterman outside line- 

jL ^^W backer (defensive end) and returning 

K starter from Sun Bowl champions . . . 

■ — -» /F^ bench presses over 380 . . . had 45 
— .a/ ^T^ r 

■y k-^B-Jii tac ' c ' es ' or ^ lm Bowl team with a 

\C quarterback sack, two tackles for no 
gain and three in the backfield for 
^^" -^E-«^" mmus I I yards . . . returned inter- 
ception 16 yards against Miami on first possession of 
third quarter . . . Terps down 31-0 scored in three plays 
and went on to the 42-40 win . . . had 32 tackles as 
sophomore with 1 2 on the specialty teams . . . was named 
the outstanding special teams performer in '83 . . . 
defensive halfback as a freshman and redshirted in '82 . . . 
earned seven letters 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 110 of 216 passes for 1.573 yards and 20 
touchdowns . . . averaged 8.5 yards on 103 rushing 
attempts and scored nine touchdowns . . . also accounted 
for 58 individual tackles and had 1 1 pass interceptions . . . 
Patriot News Blue Chpper in high . . . AP & UP1 first 
team all-state on defense and honorable mention as a 
quarterback . . . AAA defensive player of the year . . . 




RICHARD DEAN SHURE (36) "Richard" 
5-10, 203 (11/7/64) So.*, Pikesville, Maryland 

Fullback on the Sun Bowl team after 
redshirting as a freshman . . . carried 
one time for seven yards . . . from 
Calvert Hall in Baltimore . . . run- 
ningback and mvp in high . . . mid- 
fielder and defenseman in lacrosse 
. . . bench presses 325 pounds . . . 
captained the football team and 
named the Evening Sun and News 
American player of the year . . . also player of the year bv 
the quarterback club . . . first team all-met two years . . . 
on championship team two years . . . scored five touch- 
downs in a game against Baltimore Poly . . . born in 
Baltimore. 

JOHN EDWARD SORNA (78) 

6-5, 277 (11/22/64) So.*, McKeesport, Pennsylvania 

^^^^ Letterman offensive tackle on Sun 

^^^^^k Bowl team . . . redshirted in '83 . . . 

t I backup to JD Maarleveld in spring 

[ -^^^f . . . bench presses 400 pounds . . . 

offensive and defensive tackle for 
Elizabeth Forward High earning 
three football letters . . . AAA all-star 
. . . also wrestled two years and 
handled the weight chores on the 




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track team two years . . . twice sectional champion in 
wrestling . . . captained the wrestling and track teams . . . 
born in McKeesport . . . MAJOR-Forestry. 



ROBERT ALAN STERLING (68) "Bob" 
6-2, 278 (8/23/64) Jr.*, Waldorf, Maryland 

Offensive guard candidate listed third 
on depth chart in spring . . . from 
Thomas Stone High . . . lettered two 
years as defensive and offensive 
lineman in high . . . three years as the 
weight man on the track team and 
once as the heavyweight on the 
wrestling team . . . in state champion- 
ship game in '81 and semi-finalist in 
'82 . . . attended Widener University in 1982-83 . . . born 
in St. Petersburg, Florida . . . MAJOR-Accounting. 




CHAD F. SYDNOR (19) 

5-10, 170 (12/17/65) Fr.*, Rosemont, Pennsylvania 

Redshirted as a freshman safety last 
fall . . . backup to Donald Brown at 
halfback in the spring . . . 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 lists most memorable 
moment as catching 72 yard touch- 
down pass on opening play of a game . . . three brothers 
and a sister with brothers Willie and Chris both athletes. 
Chris played at Penn State . . . born in Bryn Mawr, 
Pennsylvania. 




SEAN MERCER SULLIVAN (89) 

6-2, 203 (10/25/63) Sr.*, Media, Pennsylvania 

^dtfflM^. Letterman wide receiver on the 

am Florida Citrus Bowl team . . . injured 

mm sSS* p| most of '84 season with five catches 

after returning in the fourth game . . . 
injured again and returned in time to 
catch a pass in the Sun Bowl game 
against Tennessee . . . officially five 
receptions for 59 yards last fall . . . 
had 15 receptions for 217 yards and 
one carry for 17 yards for the Citrus Bowl team . . . 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 all-american in football in high ... on 
championship team in Philadelphia Catholic League in 
football and baseball . . . played in the Delaware County 
all-star game in football and Philadelphia all-star game in 
baseball . . . born in Philadelphia . . . M AJOR-Journalism. 




DOLPH MICHAEL TOKARCZYK (84) 

"Dolph Michael" 

6-2, 220 (9/12/65) Fr.*, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Third tight end on the depth chart in 
the spring after redshirting as a 
freshman . . . 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 foot- 
ball where he led the team in tackles 
and pass receiving yards . . . co- 
captain of the football team with all-interac, all main-line 
and all-city honors two years . . . Daily News all-city and 
all-area and Inquirer all-city honors ... his mile relay 
team placed second in the Penn Relays . . . won the 
Philadelphia Markward Award in Basketball . . . cap- 
tained the basketball team also with all-interac, all main- 
line honors two years each . . . all-comcast honors in both 
football and basketball as a senior . . . MAJOR- 
Mathematics and computer science. 




DANIEL BRIAN SWINGLE (17) 

6-0, 188 (8/20/65) So.*, Mars, Pennsylvania 

a Letterman safety backup up to Al 

Covington . . . redshirted on Florida 
Citrus Bowl team and lettered on Sun 
— Bowl Champions . . . had one tackle 

as a safety and added nine tackles on 
special teams . . . bench presses 325 
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 1 00, 200 and 400 and was named 
the mvp . . . captained 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. 




SCOTT TYE (56) 

6-3, 262 (2/4/63) Sr.*, Laurel, Maryland 

^^^^^ Fwo yeai letterman defensive line 

/-•»»W ^ man . . . starting defensive right 

tackle at end of spring practice . . . 
m ~ **J had 38 tackles on Sun Bowl Cham- 

> '.""V' » pions with three quarterback sacks 

--" \ ^ t\ ' and five tackles in the backfield for 
yy v minus 38 yards . . . lettered on the 

WLJ Aloha Bowl team as an offensive 

MM guard . . . had two tackles on special 
teams . . . medical hardship in '83 with a knee injury . . . 
joined the team as a walk-on and earned a scholarship . . . 
bench presses 405 pounds . . . MA.IOR-l.aw enforcement 
Government and Politics. 



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WALTER ALAN TYE 

6-1, 179 (11/27/63) Jr.*. Laurel, Maryland 

Safety candidate as a walk-on . . . 
joins brother Scott with rerps ... 

fourth \car on the team but has not 
played . . tight end and defensive 
back at Laurel High where he played 
[i for Pat Baker . . brother Scott a 
starting tackle for Terps earned 
scholarship as a walk-on . . born in 
Takoma Park . . . M A.IOR-Business. 






KENNETH FRANK VIERRA (6) "Ken" 
6-0, 177 (5/4/63) Sr.*, Holladay, Utah 

I.etterman quarterback candidate to 
backup Stan (iclbaugh . . . earned his 
letter as the starting quarterback at 
the University of Utah wherein '82 he 
ranked second to Steve Young of 
BYll in passing efficiency in the 
WAC and ninth in the nation . . . 
transferred to Maryland in '83 and in 
'84 played in only three games . . . 
threw three passes and completed two for 22 yards . . .was 
eight for 12 in the spring game quarterbacking the white 
team to a 21-3 win . . . father played at Utah and brother 
Doug played at Santa Clara . . . quarterback at Judge 
Memorial Catholic High w here he won all-state honors in 
both football and basketball with three letters in each 
sport . . . captained both teams and was on state 
championship team in basketball ... he completed 85 of 
1 f>6 passes for 1 .3 1 5 yards with only five interceptions in 
'82 for Utah . . . the best interception percentage in the 
WAC . . . his touchdown percentage of 7.83 led the league 
by a wide margin as he threw 13 ... he also scored one 
touchdown while playing in 10 games . . . born in 
Havward. California . . . M AJOR-Psychology. 




KEVIN P. WALKER (44) 

6-2, 226 (12/24/65) So., West Milford. Pennsylvania 

Inside linebacker in spring alter letter- 
ing as a fullback last fall . . . only 
freshman to plaj on the Sun Bowl 
Champions . had excellent fresh- 
man year . . . earned onh nine times 
for 58 yards and 56 ol those came in 
the Duke game but was utilized as a 
blocking back in short yardage situa- 
tions with a lull house hacklield . . . 
may handle those chores again this fall although also 
playing linebacker . . . made the switch to linebacker a 
good one with an excellent spring and ranked second on 
the depth chart at the end of spring practice . . . joined 
Terps as runnmgback candidate from West Milford 
Township High where he captained the football team . . . 
was 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 . . . sister Tonya runs track in high school . . . 
brother Shannon. 13. plays football, basketball and 
baseball . . . born in Denville. New Jersey. 



EDWARD MARTIN WALSH JR. (76) "Ed" 
6-6, 255 (1/26/66) Fr.*, East Islip, New York 

^^^^ Offensive tackle candidate after red- 

^^^^im shirting as a freshman . . . excellent 

(__ ( V size . . offensive tackle and mvp at 

East Islip High . . . all-conference in 
both football and basketball . . . born 
in Brooklyn. New York . . . M AJOR- 
Law Enforcement. 



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DONALD KEVIN WAKSMUNSKI "Don" 

6-2, 209 (12/30/64) So.*, Severna Park, Maryland 

^^^ Outside linebacker (defensive end) 

■ I J^. from Severna Park High . . . joined 

•/ j, ^\ Terps as a walk-on candidate and 

redshirted in '83 . . . did not play last 

fall . . . defensive end for two years 

and earned all-county honors in high 

. . . mother was a Maryland graduate 

^BH ... younger brother Bruce played 

■ m football and basketball for Severna 

Park High . . . bench presses over 300 pounds . . . born in 

Baltimore . . . MAJOR-Engineering. 




JAMES WINSTON WILSON 

6-1, 231 (5/26/65) So.*, McLean, Virginia 

Linebacker candidate as a walk-on 
. . . strong bench pressing over 425 
pounds . . . from Langley High w here 
he lettered three times as a guard and 
— " linebacker . . . also lettered on 

s v «^'^ wrestling team as a heavyweight in 

^J^_ ^^IJI ^ '82 . . . captained the defense in foot- 

■41 HL^.^ai^S k a " ms J umor ar| d senior years . . . 

Ii^b^b^bWIMbW lettered at VM1 in 1983 playing in all 
1 1 games as a linebacker before transferring to Maryland 
. . . hobby is weightlifting. hunting and fishing . . . born in 
Belefonte. Pennsylvania . . . MAJOR-Business. 




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DARRYL EDWARD WRIGHT (9) 

6-1, 181 (5/11/65) So.*, Lanham, Maryland 

Joined Terps as a walk-on but earned 
a scholarship as the punter . . .punted 
22 times last fall for average of 4 1 .4 
yards ranking fourth in the ACC . . . 
net average of 39.8 as only six of the 
22 were returned and those for only 
34 yards . . . longest punt was 66 
yards and 10 were downed inside the 
20 . . . two were touchbacks and three 
fair catches . . . took over punting chores when Stan 
Gelbaugh moved into the starting lineup at quarterback 
and kept the job after Frank Reich returned . . . competed 
with Gelbaugh on an even basis prior to taking over and 
continued to improve . . . strong leg and working on 
consistency . . . from DeMatha Catholic where he was a 
punter and placekicker for three years and a pitcher on 
the baseball team . . . captained the baseball team at 
DeMatha and an honor roll student ... on championship 
football team in '82 at DeMatha . . . all-met honors and 
Catholic all-american . . . honored by Pigskin Club and 
Golden eleven in high . . . also all-met in baseball . . . born 
in Cheverly, Maryland . . . MAJOR-Computer Science. 




MARYLAND 



INCOMING SCHOLARSHIP FRESHMEN 

FALL 1985 











BIRTH 






NAME 


POS 


HGT 


WGT 


DATE 


HIGH SCHOOL 


HOMETOWN 


Mark Agent 


Line 


6-4 


250 


12/14/67 


Gilman 


Baltimore. Maryland 


Mike Anderson 


RB 


5-10 


185 


5/17/67 


DeMatha 


Capital Heights, Maryland 


James "JB" Brown 


DB/WR 


6-1 


180 


1/5/67 


DeMatha 


Fort Washington. Maryland 


Rich Dayton 


LB/ Line 


6-3 


240 


9/24/67 


Collingswood 


Collingswood, New Jersey 


Tony Franciscus 


Line 


6-4 


250 


5/12/66 


Conestoga Valley 


Lancaster. Pennsylvania 


Charlie Gassaway 


DB/WR 


6-1 


185 


5/14/66 


Gaithersburg 


Gaithersburg, Maryland 


Ricky Green 


DB/RB 


5-11 


180 


8/10/66 


Aberdeen 


Aberdeen, Maryland 


Mike Kiselak 


Line 


6-3 


235 


3/9/67 


Pine Bush 


Pine Bush, New York 


Bren Lowery 


RB 


6-0 


180 


5/29/67 


T. C. Williams 


Alexandria. Virginia 


Shawn McNeil 


WR 


5-11 


180 


11/29/65 


T. C. Williams 


Alexandria, Virginia 


Craig Morton 


DB 


6-0 


170 


4/9/67 


J. M. Bennett 


Salisbury. Maryland 


Robert Nutile 


OB 


6-4 


200 


1/6/67 


Don Bosco Prep 


Elmwood Park. New Jersey 


Neil O'Donnell 


QB 


6-3 


200 


7/3/66 


Madison 


Madison, New Jersey 


Mark Pizzo 


Line 


6-3 


235 


8/2/67 


Bishop Egan 


Andalusia. Pennsylvania 


Mark Rothrock 


Line 


6-3 


256 


9/23/67 


Reading 


Reading. Pennsylvania 


Scott Saylor 


LB 


6-1 


225 


7/7/67 


Pen Argyl 


Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania 


Dennis Spinelli 


FB 


6-3 


225 


2/17/67 


Lindenhurst 


Lindenhurst, New York 


Irvin Smith 


DB/RB 


5-11 


180 


3/12/67 


Poolesville 


Dickerson, Maryland 


Mark Walsh 


DB/QB 


6-2 


200 


4/20/67 


Belleville 


Belleville, New Jersey 


Scott Whittier 


LB/TE 


6-2 


225 


4/8/67 


Kempsville 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


Kurt Wilson 


LB/TE 


6-2 


225 


2/24/67 


Middlesex 


Middlesex, New Jersey 



MARK TERENCE AGENT "Mark" 
6-4, 250 (12/14/67) Baltimore, Maryland 

Center for Gilman School where he played for Sherman 
Bristow and was accorded All-American and All-Metro 
honors . . . also a forward on the basketball team and shot 
putteron the track team at Gilman . . . born in Baltimore. 



NORMAN MICHAEL ANDERSON "Mike" 
5-10, 185 (5/17/67) Capital Heights, Maryland 

Runningback for Bill McGregor at DeMatha Catholic 
. . . co-captain of the football team, and vice president of 
the national honor society . . . named by L)$A Today to 
the "Fabulous 44" academic all-american team . . . named 



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the offensive playei ol the year by the Prince George's 
Journal. Sentinel, and the Washington Post also 
played basketball three years and sprinter on the track 
team . . . born in Washington, I' < 

JAMES HAROLD BROWN IB. 

6-1, 180 (1/5/67) Fort Washington, Maryland 

Defensive back and wide receivei for Bill McGregor at 
DeMatha Catholic where he was co-captain with Mike 
Anderson also captained the track team where he ran 
a 2 IS lor the 200 . DeMatha was undefeated in football 
last fall ... selected Maryland over Stanford, North 
Carolina, Penn State. Boston College and Notre Dame 
. . . born in Washington. DC. 

RICHARD DRl MMOND DAYTON "Rich" 
6-3, 240 (9/24/67) Collingswood, New Jersey 

linebacker and offensive tackle for Collingswood High 
where he played tor Robert Barikian . . . captained the 
football team and handled the shot put chores on the 
track team selected to play in the 1985 New Jersey 
All-Star Classic . . . placed third in the Colonial Confer- 
ence weight lilting competition . . . scored a touchdown 
against Haddon Heights with a recovered fumble . . . 
born in Camden. New Jersev. 

ANTHONY CHARLES FRANC ISCFS "Tony" 
6-4, 250 (5/12/66) Lancaster, Pennsylvania 

Co-Captain of the football team at Conestoga Valley 
where he played for Coach Jim Cantafio as a defensive 
tackle . . . named Lineman of the Year and second team 
all-state honors . . . twice sectional champion in wrestling 
and handled shot put chores on the track team . . . born in 
Lancaster. Pennsylvania, 

CHARLES WALTER GASSAWAY, JR. "Charlie" 
6-1, 185 (5/14/66) Gaithersburg. Maryland 

Captained the football team at Gaithersburg High where 
he played as a linebacker, tailback, defensive back and 
Hanker for Charlie Harvill . . . mvp for Gaithersburg and 
Montgomery County . . . captained the track team for 
Coach Fred Joyce as 1984 Maryland State Champion in 
the long jump and second in triple jump . . . born in 
Gaithersburg. Maryland. 

RICKY GREEN 

5-11, 180 (8/10/66) Aberdeen, Maryland 

Defensive back and runningback for Aberdeen High and 
Coach Marion Tucker . . . accorded honorable mention 
all-american honors by the High School Coaches Asso- 
ciation . . . first team all-met (Baltimore area). 

MICHAEL JOHN KISELAK "Mike" 

6-3. 235 (3/9/67) Pine Bush, New York 

Offensive and defensive tackle for Pine Bush High where 
he captained the football team for Coach Marshal 
Canosa . . . named best offensive lineman 1982 & 1983 
and best defensive lineman in 1984 . . . all-state defensive 
tackle in 1984 . . . first baseman and designated hitter on 
baseball team . . . will major in Accounting . . . born in 
North Tarrvtown. New York. 



BREN 1)1 MOM) I <>WRl \ • h 

6-0, 180(5/29/67) Alexandria. V.r^inia 

Captained the football team as a tailback foi Coach 
(deniiliiiman.il I ( Williams won limmie Award, 
Pigskin Award and all-state in football mvp in 

basketball and all-dist i i( t in track as a sprinter . . . also 

captained the basketball and track teams . . . three time 
district champions, one state championship in football 
. . . born in Arlington. Virginia 

SHAWN McNIII 

5-11, 180(11/29/65) Alexandria, Virginia 

Scored in 34 consecutive games as wide receiver for 
Coach (den 1 urman at I ,C. Williams High . . . all-state in 
both 1983 and 1984 and all-met (Washington. DC area) 
both years . . . named to the top 100 high school football 
players by The Sporting News . ran track as a sprinter 
with a 10.8 for the 100 meters and 20.9 for 200 meters. 

CRAIG MORTON 

6-0, 170 (4/9/67) Salisbury, Maryland 

Defensive back from J.M. Bennett High . . . will join his 
brother Carl at Maryland. 

ROBERT FRANCIS Nl TILE "Rob" 

6-4, 200 (1/6/67) Elm wood Park. New Jersey 

Quarterbck and team captain at Don Bosco Prep where 
he played for Mike Zdanck . . . all-state honors . . . state 
champions in consecutive years, winning both titles over 
Bergen Catholic . . . selected to all-star game to be played 
in June . . . born in Paterson, New Jersey. 

NEIL KENNEDY O'DONNELL "Neil" 
6-3, 200 (7/3/66) Madison, New Jersey 

Captain and quarterback of Madison High football team 
where he played for Coach Jerry DeVisser . . . also 
forward on basketball team and pitcher in baseball . . . 
youngest of nine children . . . three brothers played 
collegiate football. Mike at Penn State. Steve at Duke 
and Peter at New Hampshire . . . born in Morristown. 
New Jersey. 

MARK A. PIZZO "Mark" 

6-3, 235 (8/2/67) Andalusia, Pennsylvania 

Captained the football team as a defensive tackle for 
Coach Bill Travers at Bishop Egan High where he also 
captained the wrestling team . . . all-state in football on 
Big 33 team . . . semi-finalist in National Prep Wrestling 
Tournament in 1984 . . . Philadelphia Catholic League 
wrestling champion three times . . . will major in Educa- 
tion . . . born in Philadelphia. Pennsylvania. 

MARK ROBERT ROTHROCK "Mark" 
6-3, 256 (9/23/67) Reading. Pennsylvania 

Offensive and defensive tackle for Reading High where he 
captained the football team for Coach Jeff Sparagana . . . 
lineman of the year at Reading High . . . all-state and 
offensive lineman of the year for Berks County . . . All- 
Berks Academic Team in 1984 . . . will major in Account- 
ing . . . born in Addison. Illinois. 



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SCOTT JAMES SAYLOR "Scott" 

6-1, 225 (7/7/67) Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania 

Linebacker, fullback and halfback for Pen Argyl where 
he lettered four years and captained the football team 
while playing for Coach Roy Cortez . . . won American 
Legion Award in high . . . district six champions in 
football . . . sprinter on track team . . . brother Mike will 
be a sophomore at Boston College . . . born in Easton, 
Pennsylvania. 

DENNIS J. SPINELLI "Dennis" 

6-2, 225 (2/17/67) Lindenhurst, New York 

Runningback for Lindenhurst High where he captained 
the football team for Coach Rich Biancaniello . . . mvp 
and offensive player of the year in High ... in two years of 
varsity football carried 305 times for 1,570 yards and 21 
touchdowns . . . did not have a fumble in 305 carries . . . 
caught 28 passes for 455 yards and two touchdowns . . . 
offensive player of the year both years . . . had five 
touchdowns in one game . . . born in Copiague. New 
York. 

IRVIN COSTELLO SMITH, JR. Trvin" 
5-11, 180 (3/12/67) Dickerson, Maryland 

Captained the football team as a tailback and defensive 
back at Poolesville High where he played for Ernie 
Ceccato . . . mvp in football and captain and mvp as a 
sprinter on the track team . . . also played basketball . . . 
born in Bethesda, Maryland 

MARK JOSEPH WALSH "Mark" 
6-2, 200 (4/20/67) Belleville, New Jersey 

Defensive back and quarterback for Belleville High where 
he played for Coach John Senesky ... as a junior all- 
county defensive back and as a senior all-state defensive 
back . . . all-conference quarterback both years . . . born 
in Belleville, New Jersey 

SCOTT ALLEN WHITTIER "Scott" 
6-2, 225 (4/8/67) Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Captained the football team as a tight end and linebacker 
for Kempsville High where he played for Ralph Gahagan 
. . . caught three passes for 190yardsand two touchdowns 
in regional championship game . . . runner-up for state 
championship in 1983 . . . also captained the wrestling 
team . . . regional champs and state runner-up in wrestling 
as 176 pounder, 1982 . . . second baseman on baseball 
team . . . all-state in football and twice state place winner 
in wrestling . . . born in Richmond, Virginia. 

KURT STEWART WILSON "Kurt" 

6-2, 225 (2/24/67) Middlesex, New Jersey 

Co-Captain of football team at Middlesex High as 
offensive and defensive tackle, linebacker and tight end 
. . . first team all-state defense by Associated Press and 
selected as an outstanding player in the state of New 
Jersey by the New York Daily News . . . also wrestled and 
lettered three years in baseball . . . born in Plainfield, New 
Jersey. 



Athletic Department 



Mailing Address: 



Telephone: 



Box 295 

College Park. Maryland 

20740 - 0295 

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 257-7198 

Associate AD- Robert Stumpff 454-6562 725-1533 

Assistant AD-Jack Zane ... 864-4076 322-3265 

Assistant AD- Gothard Lane 454-5854 535-0852 

Marketing Dir..- Alex Isherwood 454-4687 277-6631 

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

Faculty Chairman- Dr. Betty F Smith 454-5150 935-5597 

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- John E. Wakefield 454-6803 459-6692 

Strength Conditioning- Frank Costello 454-6685 445-1786 

COACHES - MEN 

Baseball— Jack Jackson ... 454-4041 725-4832 

Basketball— Charles G. Driesell 454-2126 Unlisted 

Cross Country— 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— Alden Shattuck 454-6907 740-2392 

Swimming— Charles Hoffman 454-2756 431-1170 

Tennis— Robert Goeltz 454-4136 977-7813 

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28 



1984 IN REVIEW 




BOBBY' ROSS and the Maryland Terrapins won their 
second consecutive Atlantic Coast Conference Champion- 
ship with the most exciting offense ever seen in College 
Park. The Terrapins won their last seven games of the 
season and nine of the last 10 after an 0-2 start. 

Over the seven game winning streak Maryland averaged 
40 points and 499 yards a game total offense. Over the last 
10 games the Terrapins averaged 478 yards a game and 36 
points. 

The 4.910 yards total offense for the regular season 
topped the record established by Boomer Esiason and 
company in 1 983 and the 352 points fell one point shy of 
the school record for a season. 

Maryland was the only team in the nation to play the 
last three national champions and came away with two 
wins and a one point loss in the three games. The Terps 
dropped a 25-24 decision to Penn State (1982), topped 
Miami 42-40 (1983) and then beat Clemson the 1981 
champion 41-23 in Baltimore. None of the three games 
were played in Byrd Stadium. 

The Terps recorded the greatest comeback in NCAA 
Division 1 A football history, coming from a 31-0 halftime 
deficit to score 42 in the second half and top Miami 42-40. 

In addition to the NCAA record the Terps recorded 
four ACC career records by Placekicker Jess Atkinson 
and made 30 changes in the Maryland record books. The 
Terrapin offense accounted for nine career records and 14 
season marks in addition to the single game achieve- 
ments. 

SYRACUSE (Sept 8. Byrd Stadium) A young Maryland 
team committed six turnovers and dropped a number of 
passes as Syracuse won a 23-7 decision before 38.850. 



Frank Reich hit Greg Hill with a 1 4 yard touchdown pass 
on Maryland's lirst possession of the game. On the next 
possession of the game Reich hit Azi/uddin Abdur- 
Ra'oof with a 67 yard pass but the touchdown was 
nullified by a holding penalty. The Terps did not drive 
across midficld again until their final possession of the 
game when they drove to the Syracuse I X 

After a 7-7 halftime tie the Terps fumbled the football 
toSj racuse on the 32and 34 but held the Orangemen toa 
field goal and 10-7 third quarter lead. In the fourth 
quarter Maryland fumbled on the 1 1, resulting in a 34 
yard field goal and on the nine with Syracuse scoring a 
touchdown. Co-Captain Eric Wilson had 20 tackles in the 
game and was named the ACC defensive back of the 
week. 

SYRACUSE 7 3 13-23 

MARYLAND 7 0-7 

VANDERBILT(Sept. 15. Byrd Stadium) Maryland did 
not have a turnover but dropped seven passes, including a 
fourth down pass in the goal line in the fourth quarter 
while trailing 20-14. Vanderbilt won a 23-14 decision by 
kicking three field goals after a 14-14 second quarter tie. 

Jess Atkinson kicked field goals of 34 and 42 yards and 
a 51 yard pass by Frank Reich to Azi/uddin Abdur- 
Ra'oof set up a 1 7 yard touchdown toss to Alvin Blount. 
Rick Badanjek ran for a two point conversion. 

Maryland drove to the 32 and 27 in the third quarterr 
but missed field goals into a strong wind. The Terps 
rushed for only 62 yards while Reich passed for 281. 

VANDERBILT 7 10 3 3 — 23 

MARYLAND 3 11 0—14 

WEST VIRGINIA (Sept. 22. Mountaineer Field) The 
young Terrapins came of age in Mountaineer Country 
upsetting undefeated and nationally ranked West Virginia 
20-17 on a 20 yard Jess Atkinson field goal with 21 
seconds remaining. 

Keeta Covington returned a punt 47 yards to the 1 2 and 
Maryland scored on its first possession for the third 
consecutive game. Alvin Blount ran it in for the touch- 
down from the five. Atkinson added a 34 yard second 
quarter field goal for a 10-0 lead but West Virginia made it 
10-7 at the half. 

After the Mountaineers went ahead 14-10 in the third 
quarter Maryland went up 17-14 in the fourth on a Rick 
Badanjek one yard run. West Virginia then tied it up 
17-17 but the Terps held the ball for 5:25 driving from 
their 13 to the West Virginia three setting up the winning 
field goal. Maryland Center Kevin Glover was named the 
ACC offensive lineman of the week as the Terps rushed 
for 195 yards. 

MARYLAND 7 3 10 - 20 

WEST VIRGINIA 7 7 3—17 



29 



'84 REVIEW 



WAKE FOREST (Sept. 29. Byrd Stadium) Maryland 
met its first league foe of the season and won a 38-17 
decision from Wake Forest but lost starting quarterback 
Frank Reich with a separated shoulder. Reich injured the 
shoulder in the first quarter but did not leave the game 
until he was sacked midway through the third quarter. He 
completed 14 of 19 passes for 193 yards with touchdown 
tosses to Alvin Blount for 50 yards and Ferrell Edmunds 
for four yards. He left with a 24-17 lead. 

His roommate Stan Gelbaugh took over and engi- 
neered two fourth quarter scoring drives while complet- 
ing all six of his passes. 

Rick Badanjek ran for 104 yards and a pair of 
touchdowns. Linebacker Chuck Faucette was named 
ACC defensive back of the week. 

WAKE FOREST 3 14 0—17 

MARYLAND 17 7 14 — 38 

PENN STATE (Oct. 6, Beaver Stadium) Stan Gelbaugh 
made his first start at quarterback before the largest 
crowd. 85.486. to ever see Maryland play and came within 
a missed two point conversion of upsetting the nationally 
ranked Nittany Lions. Penn State held on for the 25-24 
win. 

Gelbaugh passed for 308 yards while setting a school 
record with his 48 attempts and tying the record for total 
plays in a game with 50. 

Maryland led 3-0 on a Jess Atkinson field goal of 31 
yards but Penn State led 14-3 at the half. The Nittany 
Lions led 25-1 1 with 14:31 left inthegame. Maryland then 
drove 78 yards in six plays scoring on a 45 yard pass to 
Eric Holder. The Terps got the ball back with 3:13 left and 
in 1 :39 Gelbaugh directed a 57 yard drive as Alvin Blount 
scored on a 1 8 yard run. The conversion pass was just over 
Greg Hill leaving the Terps trailing by one. 

Maryland got the ball back but time ran out after the 
Terps drove from their own 28 to the Penn State 35. 

MARYLAND 3 8 13 - 24 

PENN STATE 7 7 3 8 — 25 





NORTH CAROLINA STATE (Oct 13. Byrd Stadium) 
Rick Badanjek scored twice from the two and once from 
the three while Jess Atkinson added field goals of 21. 35 
and 43 yards for a 30-7 halftime lead. Maryland went on 
to beat North Carolina State 44-2 1 after leading 44-7 with 
8:42 left. 

Badanjek was the ACC offensive back of the week with 
95 yards rushing and the three touchdown runs. Stan 
Gelbaugh passed for 230 yards in his second start and 
Doug Burmeister rushed for 82 yards and a touchdown of 
17 yards all in the last 12:42 of the game. Maryland had 
590 yards total offense including 334 rushing. 

NORTH CAROLINA STATE 7 14 — 21 

MARYLAND 7 23 7 7 — 44 

DUKE (Oct. 27. Wallace Wade Stadium) Stan Gelbaugh 
remained in the starting lineup and threw three touch- 
down passes as Maryland topped Duke 43-7. Tommy 
Neal rushed for 122 yards and Greg Hill caught six passes 
for 122 yards for the Terps. 

Neal scored on runs of 1 5 yards and 54 yards. Gelbaugh 
threw td passes of 1 5 yards to Neal. 32 yards to Az.i/uddin 
Abdur-Ra'oofand47 yards to Hill. Frank Reich returned 
from his injury and. while rusty, hit Bill Rogers with a 
third quarter scoring toss of 25 yards. 



30 



'84 REVIEW 



Maryland had 549 yards total offense and held Duke to 
K) yards rushing on 26 carries. Hill was the ACC offensive 
playei ol the week. 

MARYLAND 7 22 14 — 43 

1)1 Kl 7 7 

NORTH CAROLINA (Nov. 3, Kenan Stadium) Stan 
Gelbaugh hit on IS of 27 passes for 269 yards and a 
touchdown as Maryland topped North Carolina .14-23. 

.less Atkinson kicked a 37 yard field goal and Rick 
Radanjck scored on a 10 yard pass in the first half hut it 
was a 10-10 tie at the half. Two 39 yard Tar Heel field 
goals left the Terps trailing 16-10 in the third quarter. 
Badanjek then scored the next three touchdowns on runs 
of three, four and five yards and Maryland had a 34-16 
lead with another Atkinson field goal of 43 yards 
included. 

Gelbaugh was the ACC offensive player of the week 
and Maryland had defeated North Carolina for the third 
consecutive year under Bobby Ross. Badanjek had four 
touchdowns in the game. 



MARYLAND 

NORTH CAROLINA 



10 17 7-34 
3 7 6 7 — 23 



MIAMI (Nov. 10. Orange Bowl) Maryland fell behind 
Miami 31-0 in the first half setting up the greatest 
comeback in NCAA Division 1A football history. The 
Terrapins scored 42 second half points to win 42-40 over 
the sixth ranked and defending national champions. 

Nothing went right for Maryland in the first half as 
Miami had a 328-57 edge in yards. An interception, four 
penalties and several dropped passes had stymied the 
Terps. 





Frank Reich started the second half and took the Terps 
52 yards in three plays on their first possession hitting 
Greg Hill for 39 yards for the score. He followed that with 
a sneak from the one culminating a 60 yard drive in nine 
plays. Miami then kicked a 19 yard field goal after Keeta 
Covington made a touchdown saving tackle on the end of 
a 53 yard run to the eight. 

Maryland then drove 80 yards in I I plays with Reich 
hitting Alvin Blount with a one yard toss. It was 34-21 
after three quarters. Tommy Neat's 14 yard run cul- 
minated a 55 yard drive in nine plays and it was 34-28 with 
9:20 left in the game. Maryland got the ball back with 5:47 
left and in two plays Reich hit Eric Holder for 17 yards 
and Greg Hill for 63 yards. Jess Atkinson's extra point 
gave Maryland a 35-34 lead. Maryland recovered a 
fumble on the kickoff and in two plays Rick Badanjek 
scored from the four and it was 42-34. Maryland had 
scored touchdowns on all six possessions of the second 
half. 

Reich then lost a cleat on his shoe and slipped on a third 
down play and the Terps had to punt. The snap was bad 
and Miami wound up with the ball on the Maryland 18 
and scored in three plays. Keeta Covington stopped the 
two point conversion attempt at the three yard line and it 
was 42-40. On the onside kick attempt that followed. Joe 
Kraus grabbed the ball in the air and ran to the one where 
he was tackled. Reich then killed the clock on three plays. 
Reich was named the ACC offensive player of the week. 
ESPN Chevrolet player of the week and Sports Illustrated 
player of the week. Bobby Ross was named the UPI 
National coach of the week. Reich also wound up on 
Good Morning America. In one half he completed 12 of 
15 passes for 260 yards and three touchdowns and 
directed six consecutive scoring drives. Hill caught eight 
passes for 182 yards and two touchdowns. 



MARYLAND 

MIAMI 



21 21 - 42 

7 24 3 6 — 40 



31 



'84 REVIEW 



CLEMSON (Nov. 17, Memorial Stadium. Baltimore) 
Maryland took a football game to Baltimore for the first 
time since 1959 and defeated Clemson 41-23 before a 
sellout crowd of 60,575. 

Clemson scored 1 7 points in the second quarter to take 
a 17-14 lead but a Jess Atkinson field goal with three 
seconds left tied the score at the half. Clemson again took 
the lead 23-17 to open the third quarter but it was all 
Maryland after that. Alvin Blount ran 13 yards for a score 
and Atkinson added a 36 yard field goal. Tommy Neal 
chipped in with a 19 yard run and the Terps had a 34-23 
lead after three quarters. 

Neal added a four yard run in the fourth for the final 
score. Blount rushed for 2 14 yards on 29 carries and was 
the first opponent to top 200 yards against Clemson since 
1976. Neal added 1 13 yards and Rick Badanjek 91 as 
Maryland rushed for 406 yards and Reich passed for 1 7 1 
yards. Greg Hill caught seven passes for the Terps. Blount 
was the ACC offensive back of the week and Eric Wilson 
the defensive back of the week in the ACC. Maryland had 
577 yards total offense in the game. 

CLEMSON 17 6 — 23 

MARYLAND 7 10 17 7 — 41 

VIRGINIA (Nov. 24, Scott Stadium) Rick Badanjek 
rushed for 2 1 7 yards to lead Maryland to a 45-34 win over 
Virginia as the Terrapins won their second consecutive 
Atlantic Coast Conference Championship. Badanjek 
scored on runs of one and 65 yards and added a two point 
conversion run. He also had a 72 yard non-scoring run 
among his 17 carries. 

Alvin Blount added a 72 yard scoring run as he picked 
up 104 yards. Frank Reich passed for 173 yards as 
Maryland ran up 575 yards total offense. Jess Atkinson 
kicked field goals of 28. 33 and 47 yards in the first half. 
Linebacker Eric Wilson contributed a 30 yard inter- 
ception return to go with his 17 tackles. Wilson was the 
ACC defensive back of the week while Badanjek was the 
offensive back of the week. Wilson was playing his last 
regular season game for the Terps in his hometown of 
Charlottesville. 





For the first time ever Maryland and Virginia were 
playing for the ACC Championship, with the title going 
to the winner of the game. Maryland won the league title, 
its seventh, and its second trip to the Sun Bowl. Virginia 
finished second in the league for the first time and earned 
a trip to the Peach Bowl. 

MARYLAND 3 21 14 7-45 

VIRGINIA 7 7 7 13 — 34 

TENNESSEE (Dec. 22, SUN BOWL. El Paso, Texas) 
Maryland had 67 yards total offense in first half and 
trailed 21-0 at half-time. However the Terps rebounded 
with 363 yards and 28 points in the second half for a 28-27 
win and Rick Badanjek was voted the Most Valuable 
Player in the game. Badanjek scored twice on one yard 
plunges while rushing for 90 yards. Tommy Neal chipped 
in with 107 yards rushing and Alvin Blount added 80 
more. The Terps scored 22 points in the third quarter on a 
57 yard touchdown run by Tommy Neal. a 23 yard field 
goal by Jess Atkinson, a one yard run by Badanjek and a 
40 yard pass by Frank Reich to Ferrell Edmunds. 
Maryland then led 22-21 but Tennessee returned the 
kickoff 100 yards to take a 27-22 lead still in the third 
quarter. Badanjek recorded the final score of the game 
with 2:28 remaining and a 28-27 Terrapin lead. Tennessee 
then drove from the 18 to the Maryland 44 with 1:20 
remaining. Tony Robinson ran a quarterback draw on 
first down, picked up 15 yards but Keeta Covington 
knocked the ball loose when he made the tackle and his 
brother Al recovered the fumble for the Terps on the 
Maryland 30. Tommy Neal picked up 14 yards on two 
carries and the Terps had their ninth win of the season and 
the Sun Bowl Championship. 

MARYLAND 22 6 — 28 

TENNESSEE 10 11 6 — 27 



32 



1984 FOOTBALL A WARDS 



Oct. 


13 


Nov. 


3 


Nov. 


10 


No\. 


17 


No\ 


24 



TERRAPIN ACT PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 

(Offensive Back oj the Week) 

Rick Badanjek vs N.C. State 
Stan Gelbaugh vs North Carolina 
I rank Reich \ s Miami 
Alvin Blount \ s ( 'lemson 
Rick Badanjek \ s Virginia 

(Offensive lineman oj the Week) 
Sept. 22 Kevin Glover vs West Virginia 
Oct. 27 Greg Hill vs Duke 



(Defensive Hack oj the Week) 

Eric Wilson vs Sj racuse 
Chuck Faucette vs Wake Foresl 
Eric Wilson vs Clemson 

Eric Wilson vs Virginia 



Sept 


8 


Sept 


29 


Nov. 


17 


Nov 


24 



TERPS IN All MAR (.AMIS 

III I A BOW1 . Honolulu, Hawaii 

Ki \ in ( Hover, < enter 
Frank Reich. Quarterback 



EAS1 WES1 SHRINE, Palto Alto, California 

I in. Wilson, I inebacker 
Greg Hill, Wide Receive! 

SENIOR HOWL. Mobile Alabama 
Kevin Glover, Centei 
Frank Reich. Quarterback 



ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 



(Atlantic Coast Sportswriters) 

Greg Hill. Wide Receiver 

Kevin Glover, Center 

Eric Wilson. I inebacker 

Bruce Mesner. Defensive Tackle 

Al Covington, Defensive Back 



(Associated Press) 

Greg Hill. Receher 

Kevin Glover, Center 

Eric Wilson. I inebacker 

Bruce Mesner. Defensive Tackle 

Al Covington, Defensive Back 



UPI NATIONAL COACH OF THE WEEK 

Bobby Ross. November 10 

ESPN/CHEVROEET PLAYER OF THE DAY 

frank Reicht. November 10 

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED OFFENSIVE PLAYER 

Frank Reich. November 10 

FOOTBALL NEWS ALL-AMERICA 

First Team 

Eric Wilson. I inebacker 

Honorable Mention 

Greg Hill, Wide Receiver 
Ferrell Edmunds. Tight End 
Len Lynch, Offensive Guard 

Kevin Glover, Center 

Rick Badanjek. Running Back 

Bruce Mesner. Defensive Guard 

Chuck Faucette. Linebacker 



SPORTING NEWS ALL-AMERICA 
First Team 

Kevin Glover, Center 



NATIONAL RANKINGS 

USA Todav 9th 

ASSOCIATED PRESS 12th 

UPI - llth 

SPORTING NEWS - 10th 

ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-AMERICA 

Second Team 

Eric Wilson. Linebacker 

Honorable Mention 

Greg Hill. Receiver 

Kevin Glover, Defensive Guard 

Bruce Mesner. Defensive Guard 

Al Covington, Defensive Back 



tt 



M" CLUB FOOTBALL AWARDS 



Eric Wilson — A. V. Williams Award for overall contribution. Leadership. Scholarship, and Athletics 
Kevin Glover - James M. Tatum Award for Outstanding Interior Lineman. 



33 



MARYLAND FOOTBALL STATISTICS — FINAL — 1984. 

Won 8 Lost 3 ACC CHAMPIONS Won 5 Lost 



Rushing 

Badanjek 

Blount 

Neal 

Burmeister 

Walker 

Scriber 

Hill 

Shure 

Gelbaugh 

Abdur-Ra'oof 

Vierra 

Wright 

Reich 

Team 



GP 

II 
II 

II 

11 

II 
9 

II 
1 
6 

II 
3 
9 
9 



Att. 

173 

128 

112 

23 

9 

II 

4 

I 

10 

2 

8 

I 

39 

1 



Gain 

848 
771 
630 
128 

58 

48 

33 

7 

24 

7 

4 



43 



Lost 

16 

12 
12 



2 





12 

14 

183 

16 



Net 

832 

759 

618 

128 

58 

48 

31 

7 

6 

-I 

-8 

-14 

-140 

-16 



Avg. 

4.8 

5.9 
5.5 
5.6 
6.4 
4.4 
7.8 
7.0 



TD 

15 
5 
6 
I 



LG 

72 

72 

54 

17 

20 

12 

18 

7 

7 

7 

2 



High Games 

217(17) Va.. 104(17) WFU, 4 td's vs UNC 
214 (29) CI, 109 (23) WVA, 104 (9) Va. 
122(9) DU, 113 (13) CI 

82(10)NCS 

56(8) DU 



Maryland 

Opponents 



522 2601 293 2308 4.4 29 72 406 (61) vs Clemson 402 (45) vs Virginia 

447 1917 246 1671 3.7 12 48 308 (53) by Virginia 219 (44) by West Va. 



Passing 

Reich 
Gelbaugh 
Vierra 
Waseleski 



GP 

9 
6 

3 



Att. 
169 

133 
3 

1 



Comp 

108 

78 

2 
1 



.Pet 

.639 

.586 

.667 

1.000 



Int. 

5 
4 





Yards 

1446 

1123 

22 

II 



TD 

9 
5 





LP 

68 

47 
15 
II 



Per/Game Per/Att High Game 

160.7 8.6 281 (21/35) vs Vanderbilt 

187.2 8.4 308 (22/48) vs Penn State 



Maryland 

Opponents 



306 189 .618 9 2602 14 68 236.5 8.5 308 (22/48) vs Penn State 

335 179 .534 12 2230 18 60 202.7 6.7 363 (30/50) by Miami 



Total Offense 

Reich 
Gelbaugh 



GP 

9 
6 



Plays 

208 
143 



Rush 

-140 
6 



Pass 

1446 
1123 



Total Yds. 

1306 
1129 



TDR 

10 
6 



(Per/Game) 

145.1 
188.2 



(Per/Plav) 

6.3 

7.9 



High Game 

260(21) vs Miami 
302 (50) vs Penn State 



Maryland 

Opponents 

Receiving 

Hill 

Abdur-Ra'oof 

Blount 

Badanjek 

Holder 

Edmunds 

Neal 

Rogers 

Bonato 

Sullivan 

Fazio 

Scriber 

Miles 

Reich 



II 

No 

51 

25 

20 

20 

18 

17 

12 

8 

6 

5 

3 

2 

1 



828 

782 

Yards 

820 
438 
269 
174 
270 
234 

92 
117 

75 

59 

24 

25 
7 

.2 



2308 
1671 



Avg. 
16.1 

17.5 
13.5 

8.8 
15.0 
13.9 

7.7 
14.6 
12.5 
11.8 

8.0 
12.5 

7.0 



TD 

4 



2602 
2230 

LG 

68 
55 
52 
34 
45 
39 
22 
25 
18 
20 

8 
19 

7 



MD 


189 


2602 13.8 


14 


68 


OPP 


179 


2230 12.5 


18 


60 


Punt Rets. 


No 


Yards 


Avg. 


LG 


K. Covington 


26 


274 


10.5 


47 


MD 


26 


274 


10.5 


47 


OPP 


12 


53 


4.4 


15 


Kickoff Ret. 


No 


Yards 


Avg. 


LG 


K. Covington 


25 


479 


19.2 


41 


D. Brown 


5 


53 


10.6 


21 


Kraus 


1 


47 


47.0 


47 


Swingle 


2 


9 


4.5 


9 


D'Atri 


1 


9 


9.0 


9 


Alston 


1 


8 


8.0 


8 


Scott 


1 


5 


5.0 


5 



4910 
3901 



43 
30 



446.4 
354.6 



TEAM STATISTICS 



5.9 590(87) vs N.C St. 

5.0 527 (85) by Virginia 



OPPONENTS MARYLAND 



MD 

OPP 



36 
40 



610 
699 



16.9 
17.5 



47 
30 



FIRST DOWNS 




220 


256 


Rush/ Pass/ Penalties 




100 112/8 


141/112/3 


PENALTIES/YARDS 




46/337 


77/663 


TURNOVERS 




23 


21 


FUMBLES/LOST 




22/11 


3 1 1 2 


THIRD DOWN CONV. 




76/165 


68/142 


QB SACKS BY 




20 


19 


POSSESSION TIME 




311:58 


348:02 


TOUCHDOWNS 




30 


43 


PAT/KICK 




26 '27 


37 38 


Pass 




1/3 


0/1 


Run 




0/0 


3/4 


FIELD GOALS 




15/17 


17 20 


POINTS SCORED 




253 


352 


AVG PTS PER GAME 




23.0 


32.0 


SCORING 








102 Badanjek 


16 td's 


3 conversion runs 




88 Atkinson 


37. 38 PAT's - 17/20 FG 




48 Blount 


8 td's 






42 Neal 


7 td's 






24 Hill 


4 td's 






12 Abdur-Ra'oof 


2 td's 






6 Edmunds 


1 td 






6 Holder 


1 td 






6 Gelbaugh 


1 td 






6 Burmeister 


1 td 






6 Rogers 


1 td 






6 Reich 


1 td 







34 



Punting No 


Yards 


Rlkd. 


Avg. Yds./Rct. 


Net A\ 


R 


Long 1 ( Inside 20 Touchhack 


Wright 22 


910 


2 


41.4 6 14 


39. S 




66 


3 10 2 


Gelbaugh 14 


509 





16.4 1 7 


35.9 




58 


5 3 


MARYLAND 38 


1425 


2 


37.5 11/53 


\b.\ 




66 


X 12 5 


Opponents 54 


2268 


1 


42.0 26 274 


36.9 




61 


7 9 6 


Scoring by Quarters 






Interceptions No 


\ds. 


1 (, 




Opponents Fumbles Recovered 


Maryland 44 117 [05 


86 352 




Wilson 2 


Ml 


(0 




Wilson, Faucette, Scott 


Opponents 41 107 38 


67 253 




Faucette 


20 


1 1 




K ( 'o\ ington, A ( o\ ington. 


.less Atkinson Field (Joals 
Made 20 21/28/28/31 


32 33 33 




Bailej 1 
Schankweiler 1 
Chapman 1 
Petitbon 1 
Kraus I 


20 

16 

5 

4 


20 

16 

5 

4 




Parkei . Gundet man. Askew. 
( hapman, Mesner, Fazio 


34 34 35 36 37 

47 


42 43 43 






Blocked Punt: Alston 


Missed 28 44 49 






Brown 1 
A. Covington 1 
K. Covington 1 












Maryland 12 


95 


30 










Opponents 9 


1 IK 


61 







Results 



MI) 



7 

14 
20 
38 
24 
44 
43 
34 
42 
41 
45 
28 



Syracuse 
Vanderbilt 

West Virginia 

Wake Forest 

Penn State 

N.C. State 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Miami 

Clemson 

Virginia 

Tennessee 



Opponent 

Syracuse 
Vanderbilt 

West Virginia 

Wake Forest 

Penn State 

North Carolina State 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Miami 

Clemson 

Virginia 

Tennessee 



23 Byrd Stadium (38.850) Erie Wilson had 20 tackles 

23 Byrd Stadium (34.100) Reich passed tor 281 yards 

17 Mountaineer Field (58.353) Atkinson FG with 21 seconds left in game 

17 Byrd Stadium (32.700) Badanjek 104 yards 

25 Beaver Stadium (85.486) Gelbaugh 308 yards -- Terps missed 2 pt conversion 

21 Byrd Stadium (43,450) Maryland 590 yards - Badanjek 3 td's 

7 Wallace Wade Stadium (17.500) Neal 122 yards 

23 Kenan Stadium (48.000) Badanjek 4 td's with 3 rushing and I passing 

40 Orange Bowl (31.548) Terps 42 pts in 2nd half Reich 3 td passes 

23 Memorial Baltimore (60.575) Blount 214 yards Terps 406 rushing 

34 Scott Stadium (43.017) Badanjek 217 rushing Terps 402 yards 

27 (Sun Bowl) (50.126) Badanjek. game MVP. had 2 td's 



MARYLAND'S 

Rushing 

(39) 



OFFENSE IN 1984 
Passing 



85 
62 
195 
217 
129 
334 
273 
126 
79 
406 
402 
229 



(41) 
(49) 
(50) 
(36) 
(59) 
(58) 
(43) 
(41) 
(61) 
(45) 
(54) 



132 


(14 25) 


281 


(15 31) 


174 


(15 21) 


267 


(20. 25) 


308 


(22 48) 


256 


(18 28) 


276 


(15 21) 


269 


(18 27) 


295 


(18 29) 


171 


(15 27) 


173 


(13 20) 


201 


(17 28) 



Total Offense 


Points 


217 


7 


343 


14 


369 


20 


484 


38 


437 


24 


590 


44 


549 


43 


395 


34 


374 


42 


577 


41 


575 


45 


430 


28 



MARYLAND'S DEFENSE IN 1984 



Syracuse 

Vanderbilt 

West Virginia 

Wake Forest 

Penn State 

North Carolina State 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Miami 

Clemson 

Virginia 

Tennessee 



159 


(56) 


76 


( 9 19) 


87 


(31) 


316 


(25 35) 


219 


(44) 


143 


(13 27) 


131 


(29) 


218 


(20 39) 


124 


(50) 


194 


( 9 19) 


128 


(40) 


224 


(14 26) 


10 


(26) 


193 


(16 33) 


195 


(54) 


126 


(14 29) 


115 


(32) 


363 


(30 50) 


195 


(32) 


158 


(14 26) 


308 


(53) 


219 


(15 32) 


157 


(34) 


132 


(15 24) 



235 


23 


403 


23 


362 


17 


349 


17 


318 


25 


352 


21 


203 


7 


321 


23 


478 


40 


353 


23 


527 


34 


289 


27 



35 



DEFENSIVE STATISTICS — FINAL 1984 









First 




Minus 


No 


QB 


Special Teams 




Pos. 


Tackles 


Hit 


Asst. 


Plays 


Gain 


Sack 


Tackles First Hit 


Assist 


Wilson 


ILB 


160 


95 


65 


5/27 


1 


2 








Faucette 


ILB 


120 


60 


60 


5/12 


4 










Mesner 


G 


77 


42 


35 


4/25 


4 


3 








A. Covington 


SAF 


56 


27 


29 


1/6 












K. Covington 


B 


48 


32 


16 


2/9 






1 


1 





Chapman 


T 


46 


33 


13 


1 1 / 65 


2 


7 








Schankweiler 


OLB 


45 


28 


17 


3/11 


2 


1 








Dunham 


T 


43 


28 


15 


1/7 




1 








Tye 


T 


38 


23 


15 


5/38 




3 








Thompson 


G 


34 


16 


18 


4/16 


1 


2 








Kelly 


OLB 


33 


18 


15 


1/6 


1 


1 


4 


3 


1 


Petitbon 


ILB 


31 


20 


11 








10 


7 


3 


Parker 


G 


25 


12 


13 


2 11 


2 


1 








Sampson 


G 


24 


II 


13 




1 










Donas 


OLB 


23 


19 


4 


2/5 












D. Brown 


B 


20 


12 


8 




1 


3 


2 


1 




Gunderman 


B 


20 


13 


7 


1/2 












Amend 


T 


19 


5 


14 














Kraus 


B 


16 


13 


3 














Arnold 


G 


13 


5 


8 




2 










Alston 


OLB 


13 


11 


2 








12 


7 


5 


Burke 


OLB 


10 


4 


6 




I 




5 


4 


1 


Sabrowski 


ILB 


8 


4 


4 




1 




4 


4 





DePaul 


ILB 


5 


5 

















Bailey 


B 


4 


4 











11 


6 


5 


Hoffman 


B 


3 


1 


2 








1 


1 





Askew 


B 


3 


3 











11 


8 


3 


Saltalamacchia 


ILB 


3 


3 











1 





1 


Scott 


OLB 


2 


1 


1 








14 


1 1 


3 


Furman 


G 


2 


1 


1 








2 


2 





Cox 


ILB 







1 








2 


2 





Dragan 


ILB 




1 











1 


1 





Swingle 


B 







1 








9 


5 


4 


Giuliano 


G 




1 





1/7 




1 








Klein 


G 







1 














Burmeister 


RB 
ILB 
TE 
RB 
B 














5 
3 
1 
1 

2 


4 
3 
1 


1 


1 




1 
1 


D'Atri 














Edmunds 














Scriber 














Reynolds 
Schultz 














G 
RB 
PK 














1 

2 
2 


1 

1 
2 




1 




Walker 














Atkinson 





























Eric Wilson set a Maryland record with his 483 career tackles. Wilson led the 1984 defense with 160, after a team leading 
1 80 as a junior. For his four year career the Terp Co-Captain recorded 28 1 first hits. 202 assists, had 20 tackles for 
minus 75 yards and seven quarterback sacks. He also had nine tackles for no gain and intercepted four passes that he 
returned 77 yards. He has also handled deep snaps in the kicking game. 

Ten different Terrapins contributed to the 12 pass interceptions by the Maryland defense in 1984. Eric Wilson and Chuck 
Faucette each had a pair as the linebackers picked off six and Tackle Ted Chapman added one for the linemen. 

TERPS gave up only 38 points in the third quarter in 1984 and only three touchdowns in the third quarter. Virginia. 
Clemson and West Virginia recorded the only third quarter touchdowns. North Carolina was the only team to score 
twice in the third quarter as the Tar Heels kicked a pair of field goals. 



36 



1985 
OPPONENTS 




MARYLAND 




PENN STATE UNIVERSITY 

September? 12:20 P.M. 

College Park. Maryland 

Byrd Stadium (45.000) 

COACH: Joe Paterno 
(Brown '50) 
PHONE: (814) 865-0411 
OVERALL RECORD: 176-43-2 
19 vears 
PENN STATE RECORD: 

176-43-2 19 vears 



LOCATION: University Park. Pennsylvania 
ENROLLMENT: 27.000 
COLORS: Blue & White 
NICKN AMI Nittanj Lions 
ATHLETIC DIRFCTOR: Jim Tarman 
LETTERMEN: Returninn 46 lost 14 
SERIES RECORD: 27-1 
SID: Dave Baker 

OFFICE: (814) 865-1757 

HOME: (8141 237-8619 





984 RESULTS (6-5 


) 




1985 SCHEDULE 


15 


Rutgers 


12 


Sept 


7 at 


Man land 


20 


Iowa 


17 




14 


Temple 


56 


William & Mary 


18 




21 


East Carolina 


3 


Texas 


28 




28 at 


Rutgers 


25 


Maryland 


24 


Oct. 


12 


Alabama 





Alabama 


6 




19 at 


Syracuse 


21 


Syracuse 


3 




26 


West Virginia 


14 


\\ est Virginia 


17 


Nov 


2 


Boston College 


37 


Boston College 


30 




9 at 


Cincinnati 


7 


Notre Dame 


44 




16 


Notre Dame 


11 


Pittsburgh 


31 




23 at 


Pittsburgh 




BOM ON ( OLLEGE 

■ i 14 I JO P.M. 

.setts 

Sullivan Stadium (61,358) 

( OA( H: Jack Bicknell 

(Montclair State 

PHONE: (617)969-0100 Ext. 3010 
OVERA1 I RECORD: 50-49-2 

9 years 
BOSTON COLLEGE MM ORD: 
32-14-1 4 years 

Massachusetts 



60) 



1 OCA I ion ( hestnul Hi 

ENROl I Ml N I s 500 

< (il ORS Maroon and Gold 

NICKNAMI I agles 

ATHLETK DIR1 CIOR William I I lynn 

I I I I I RMFN Returning 39 I OSt IK 

SI K 11 S Rl (ORD: 0-0 

SID: Reid Oslm 

OFI 1(1 (617) 552-3004 

IIOMI (617) 826-6661 



I4H4 RESULTS 


(10-2) 




1985 


SCHEDULE 


44 


Western Carol 


na 


24 


Aug. 


29 




Brigham Young 


38 


Alabama 




11 








(Meadow lands) 


52 


North Carolin; 


i 


20 


Sept 


7 




Temple 


24 


Temple 




10 




14 




Maryland 


20 


West Virginia 




21 




21 


at 


Pittsburgh 


35 


Rutgers 




23 




28 




Miami 


30 


Penn State 




37 


Oct 


5 


at 


Rutgers 


45 


Army 




31 








(Meadowlands) 


24 


Syracuse 




16 




12 


at 


Army 


47 


Miami 




45 




19 




West Virginia 


45 


Holy Cross 




10 




26 


at 


Cincinnati 


45 


Houston 




28 


Nov. 


2 


at 


Penn State 




(Cotton Bowl) 








16 
23 


at 


Syracuse 
Holv Cross 




WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY 

September 21 8:00 P.M. 
College Park, Maryland 
Byrd Stadium (45,000) 
COACH: Don Nehlen 

(Bowling Green '58) 

PHONE: (304) 293-4194 
OVERALL RECORD: 94-54-4 
14 years 
WEST VA RECORD: 41 -19 

5 years 



LOCATION: Morgantown, West Virginia 

ENROl 1 MENT: 22.000 

COLORS: Old Gold and Blue 

NICKNAME: Mountaineers 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Fred Schaus 

LETTERMEN: Returning — 28 Lost - 

SFRIES RECORD: 10-10-2 

SID: Joe Boczek 

OFFICE: (304) 293-2821 

HOME: (304) 598-2765 

1984 RESULTS (8-4) 

Sept 



Oct. 



23 



38 


Ohio Universitj 





30 


Louisville 


6 


14 


Virginia Tech. 


7 


17 


Maryland 


20 


28 


Pittsburgh 


10 


20 


S\racuse 


10 


21 


Boston College 


20 


17 


Penn State 


14 


7 


Virginia 


yj 


19 


Rutgers 


23 


17 


Temple 


19 


31 


Texas Christian 
1 Bluebonnet Bowl) 


14 



Nov. 



1985 


SCHEDULE 


7 




Louisville 


14 




Duke 


21 


.1! 


Maryland 


28 




Pittsburgh 


5 




Virginia Tech 


12 


■It 


Syracuse 


19 


at 


Boston College 


26 


at 


Penn State 


2 


al 


Virginia 


9 




Ruteers 


16 




Temple 



37 




UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN 

September 28 1:00 P.M. 

Ann Arbor Michigan 
Michigan Stadium (101,701) 

COACH: Glenn "Bo" Schembechler 
(Miami of Ohio, '51) 

PHONE: (313)663-2411 
OVERALL RECORD: 186-54-6 
22 years 
MICHIGAN RECORD: 




146-37-3 



Don Canham 
- 39 Lost - 



LOCATION: Ann Arbor. Michigan 

ENROLLMENT: 34,432 

COLORS: Maize and Blue 

NICKNAME:Wolverines 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: 

LETTERMEN: Returning 

SERIES RECORD: 0-0 

SID: Bruce Madej 

OFFICE: (313) 763-1381 
HOME: (313) 971-2549 

1984 RESULTS (6-6) 

22 Miama(Fla.) 14 

1 1 Washington 20 

20 Wisconsin 14 

14 Indiana 6 

7 Michigan State 19 

31 Northwestern 

Iowa 26 

26 Illinois 18 

29 Purdue 31 

31 Minnesota 

6 Ohio State 21 

17 Brigham Young 24 
(Holiday Bowl) 



16 years 



WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY 

October 19 1:00 P.M. 

Winston-Salem, NC 
Groves Stadium (31.500) 

COACH: AI Groh 

(Virginia '67) 

PHONE: (919) 761-5631 
OVERALL RECORD: 17-27 

4 years 

WAKE FOREST RECORD: 17-27 
4 years 



23 



1985 SCHEDULE 



LOCATION: Winston-Salem, North Carolina 
ENROLLMENT: 5,000 
COLORS: Old Gold and Black 
NICKNAME: Demon Deacons 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Dr. Gene Hooks 
LETTERMEN: Returning — 20 Lost — 15 
SERIES RECORD: 8-24-1 
SID: John Justus 

OFFICE: (919) 761-5640 

HOME: (919) 723-5650 



Sept. 


14 Notre Dame 


1984 RESULTS (6-5) 




985 SCHEDULE 




21 at South Carolina 


20 


Virginia Tech 


21 


Sept. 


7 William & Mary 




28 Maryland 


17 


Appalachian State 


13 




14 at Boston Univ. 


Oct. 


5 Wisconsin 


24 


N.C. State 


15 




21 N.C. State 




12 at Michigan State 


17 


Maryland 


38 




28 Appalachian St. 




19 at Iowa 


29 


Richmond 


16 


Oct. 


5 at Tennessee 




26 Indiana 


14 


North Carolina 


3 




12 at North Carolina 


Nov. 


2 at Illinois 


9 


Virginia 


28 




19 Maryland 




9 Purdue 


34 


William & Mary 


21 




26 Virginia 




16 at Minnesota 


14 


Clemson 


37 


Nov. 


2 at Clemson 




23 Ohio State 


20 


Duke 


16 




9 Duke 






7 


Georgia Tech 


24 




16 at Georgia Tech 



W ~ «7 



"^MPY 



i^.-,: 



NORTH CAROLINA STATE 

October 5 7:00 P.M. 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

Carter-Finley Stadium (45,600) 

COACH: Tom Reed 

(Miami of Ohio '67) 
PHONE: (919) 737-2114 
OVERALL RECORD: 40-35-2 

7 years 
N.C. STATE RECORD: 6-16 

3 years 




DUKE UNIVERSITY 

October 26 1:00 P.M. 

College Park. Maryland 

Byrd Stadium (45,000) 

COACH: Steve Sloan 

(Alabama '66) 
PHONE: (919) 684-2635 
OVERALL RECORD: 60-72-3 

12 years 
DUKE RECORD: 5-17 

2 years 



LOCATION: Raleigh, North Carolina 

ENROLLMENT: 23,668 

COLORS: Red and White 

NICKNAME: Wolfpack 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Willis R. Casey 

LETTERMEN: Returning — 45 Lost — 13 

SERIES RECORD: 17-20-4 

SID: Ed Seaman 

OFFICE: (919) 737-2102 

HOME: (919) 829-9186 

1984 RESULTS (3-8) 

43 Ohio University 6 

30 Furman 34 
15 Wake Forest 24 

31 East Carolina 22 

27 Georgia Tech 22 
21 Maryland 44 
21 North Carolina 28 
34 Clemson 35 

28 South Carolina 35 
Virginia 45 

13 Duke 16 



LOCATION: Durham. North Carolina 

ENROLLMENT: 5,972 

COLORS: Royal Blue and White 

NICKNAME: Blue Devils 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Tom Butters 

LETTERMEN: Returning — 52 Lost - 

SERIES RECORD: 13-14 

SID: Tom Mickle 

OFFICE: (919) 684-2633 
HOME: (919) 489-5275 





1985 SCHEDULE 




984 RESULTS 


(2-9) 


Sept 


7 East Carolina 


31 


Indiana 


24 




14 Georgia Tech 





South Carolina 


21 




21 at Wake Forest 


9 


Army 


13 




28 Furman 


10 


Virginia 


38 


Oct. 


5 Maryland 





Virginia Tech 


27 




12 at Pittsburgh 


21 


Clemson 


54 




19 North Carolina 


7 


Maryland 


43 




26 at Clemson 


3 


Georgia Tech 


31 


Nov 


2 at South Carolina 


16 


Wake Forest 


20 




9 Virginia 


16 


N.C. State 


13 




16 at Duke 


15 


North Carolina 


17 



1985 SCHEDULE 

Sept. 7 Northwestern 
14 at West Virginia 
21 Ohio University 

Oct. 5 at Virginia 

12 at South Carolina 
19 Clemson 
26 at Maryland 

Nov. 2 Georgia Tech 
9 at Wake Forest 
16 N.C. State 
23 at North Carolina 



38 




UNIVERSITY OF 
NORTH CAROLINA 

November 2 12:20 PM 

College Park. Maryland 

Byrd Stadium (45,000) 

COACH: Dick Crum 

(Ml. Union '57) 
PHONE: (919) 966-2575 
OVERALL RECORD: 89-3S-3 

1 1 years 
NORTH CAROLINA RECORD: 

55-25-2 7 years 



LOCATION: Chapel Hill. North Carolina 

L'NROI I MINT: 21.757 

CO! ORS: Carolina Blue and White 

NICKNAME: Tar Heels 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: John SwoHord 

I I 1 I ERMEN: Returning 39 Lost IK 

SERIES RECORD: 25-22-2 

SID: Rick Brewer 

OFFICE: (919) 962-2123 

HOME: (919) 929-2721 



1984 RESULTS (5-5- 


1) 




1985 


SCHEDULE 


30 


Na\ y 


33 


Sept. 


7 


at 


Navj 


20 


Boston College 


52 




14 




1 SU 


23 


Kansas 


17 




28 




VMI 


12 


Clemson 


20 


Oct. 


5 


at 


(ieorgia Tech 


3 


Wake Forest 


14 




12 




Wake Forest 


28 


N.C. State 


21 




19 


at 


N.C. State 


30 


Memphis State 


27 




26 




Florida State 


23 


Maryland 


34 


Nov. 


2 


at 


Maryland 


24 


Georgia Tech 


17 




9 




Clemson 


24 


Virginia 


24 




16 


at 


Virginia 


17 


Duke 


15 




23 




Duke 




( LEMSON UNIVERSITY 

t 16 P.M. 

i ton, South Carolina 
Clemson Memorial (82.000) 

( OACH: Danny Ford 

I Alabama *70) 
PHONE: (8031 656-2101 
OVERA1 I RK ORD: 52-15-2 

6 years 
(LEMSON RECORD: 52-15-2 

6 years 



LOCATION: Clemson, South Carolina 

ENROLLMENT: 12.122 

CO! ORS: Purple and Orange 

M( KNAM1 rigers 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Bobbj Robinson 

I I I I ERMEN: Returning 43 ' Lost 27 

SI R1ES RECORD: 14-18-1 

SID: Bob "Senior Citizen" Bradlcs 

OFFICE: (803) 656-2114" 

HOME: (803) 654-5419 



1984 RESULTS 


(7-4) 


1985 SCHEDULE 


40 


Appalachian State 


7 


Sept. 


14 at Virginia Tech 


55 


Virginia 









21 Georgia 


23 


Georgia 




26 




28 Georgia Tech 


21 


Georgia Tech 




28 


Oct. 


5 at Kentucky 


20 


North Carolina 




12 




12 Virginia 


54 


Duke 




21 




19 at Duke 


35 


N. C. State 




34 




26 N.C. State 


37 


Wake Forest 




14 


Nov. 


2 Wake Forest 


17 


Virginia Tech 




10 




9 at North Carolina 


23 


Maryland 




41 




16 Maryland 


21 


South Carolina 




22 




23 at South Carolina 




UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI (FLA.) 

November 9 3:30 P.M. 

Baltimore. Maryland 
Memorial Stadium (60,575) 

COACH: Jimmy Johnson 
(Arkansas '65) 

PHONE: (305) 284-3822 
OVERALL RECORD: 38-30-2 
6 years 

MIAMI RECORD: 8-5 1 year 



LOCATION: Coral Gables. Florida 
ENROLLMENT: 13.708 
COLORS: Orange. Green and White 
NICKNAME: Hurricanes 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Sam Jankovich 
LETTERMEN: Returning — 36 Lost — 16 
SERIES RECORD: 5-7 
SID: Karl Schmitt 

OFFICE: (305) 284-3244 

HOME: (305)235-7930 



20 
32 
14 
28 
3 
38 
31 
49 
27 
38 
40 
45 
37 



1984 RESl'LTS 

Auburn 

Florida 

Michigan 

Purdue 

Florida State 

Rice 

Notre Dame 

Cincinnati 

Pittsburgh 

Louisville 

Maryland 

Boston College 

UCLA 

(Fiesta Bowl) 



(8-5) 



18 

20 
22 
17 
38 

3 
13 
25 

7 
23 
42 
47 
39 



Sept. 



Oct. 



Nov. 



985 


SCHEDULE 


7 




Florida 


14 


at 


Rice 


28 


at 


Boston College 


5 


at 


East Carolina 


12 




Cincinnati 


19 


at 


Oklahoma 


26 




Louisville 


2 


at 


Florida State 


9 


at 


Maryland 


23 




Colorado State 


30 




Notre Dame 




UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA 

November 29 2:30 P. M 

College Park. Maryland 

Byrd Stadium (45.000) 

COACH: George Welsh 
(Navy '56) 

PHONE: (803) 924-3063 
OVERALL RECORD: 71-62-3 

12 years 
VIRGINIA RECORD: 16-16-2 
3 years 



LOCATION: Charlottesville. Vireinia 
ENROLLMENT: 17.000 
COLORS: Orange and Blue 
NICKNAME: Cavaliers. Wahoos 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Dick Schult? 
LETTERMEN: Returning — 38 Lost — 19 
SERIES RECORD: 15-32-2 
SID: Rich Murrav 

OFFICE: (804) 924-3205 

HOME: (804) 978-2966 



1! 


>84 RESULTS 


(8-2-2) 




1985 SCHEDULE 





Clemson 


55 


Sept 


14 VMI 


35 


VMI 


7 




21 at Georgia Tech 


21 


Navy 


9 




28 Navy 


26 


Virginia Tech 


23 


Oct. 


5 Duke 


38 


Duke 


10 




12 at Clemson 


20 


Georgia Tech 


20 




19 Virginia Tech 


28 


Wake Forest 


9 




26 at Wake Forest 


27 


West Virginia 


7 


Nov. 


2 West Virginia 


45 


N.C. State 







9 at N.C. State 


24 


North Carolina 




16 North Carolina 


34 


Maryland 


45 




29 at Maryland 


27 


Purdue 
(Peach Bowl) 


24 







39 



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CLEMSON 






(18-14-1) 




1952 


Won 


28-0 


1953 


Won 


20-0 


1954 


Won 


16-0 


1955 


Won 


25-12 


1956 


Tie 


6-6 


1957 


Lost 


7-26 


1958 


Lost 


0-8 


1959 


Won 


28-25 


1960 


Won 


19-17 


1961 


Won 


24-21 


1962 


Lost 


14-17 


1963 


Lost 


6-21 


1964 


Won 


34-0 


1965 


Won 


6-0 


1966 


Lost 


10-14 


1967 


Lost 


7-28 


1968 


Lost 


0-16 


1969 


Lost 


0-40 


1970 


Lost 


11-24 


1971 


Lost 


14-20 


1972 


Won 


31-6 


1973 


Won 


28-13 


1974 


Won 


41-0 


1975 


Won 


22-20 


1976 


Won 


20-0 


1977 


Won 


21-14 


1978 


Lost 


24-28 


1979 


Won 


19-0 


1980 


Won 


34-7 


1981 


Lost 


7-21 


1982 


Lost 


22-24 


1983 


Lost 


27-52 


1984 


Won 


41-23 



BOSTON COLLEGE 

(First Meeting) 

MICHIGAN 

(First Meeting) 

WAKE FOREST 

(24-8-1) 

1917 Won 29-12 

1943 Won 13-7 

1944 Lost 0-39 

1954 Tie 13-13 

1955 Won 28-7 

1956 Won 6-0 

1957 Won 27-0 

1958 Lost 0-34 

1959 Lost 7-10 

1960 Won 14-13 

1961 Won 10-7 

1962 Won 13-2 

1963 Won 32-0 

1964 Lost 17-21 

1965 Won 10-7 

1966 Won 34-7 

1967 Lost 17-35 

1968 Lost 14-38 

1969 Won 19-13 

1971 Lost 14-18 

1972 Won 23-0 

1973 Won 37-0 

1974 Won 47-0 

1975 Won 27-0 

1976 Won 17-15 

1977 Won 35-7 

1978 Won 39-0 

1979 Lost 17-25 

1980 Won 11-10 

1981 Won 45-33 

1982 Won 52-31 

1983 Won 36-33 

1984 Won 38-17 

WEST VIRGINIA 

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1919 
1943 



I ost 
Lost 



0-27 
2-6 



1944 
1945 
1947 
1948 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1959 
1960 
1966 
1969 
1970 
1973 
1976 
1977 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 



1909 
1917 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1946 
1947 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1954 
1956 
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 
1984 



1932 
1933 
1941 
1942 
1947 
1948 
1950 
1957 
I960 
1962 
1963 
1966 
1468 
1969 
1970 



Tie 

Tie 

Won 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Lost 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

N. C. STATE 
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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 

Won 

DUKE 

(14-13) 

Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
I ost 
Lost 
Won 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Won 
Lost 
Won 
Lost 



6-6 

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



0-31 
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6-6 

7-6 
26-12 

0-0 

7-28 

0-0 
14-6 
13-16 
53-0 
42-14 
25-14 
13-48 
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 
20-10 
37-22 
16-6 
20-24 
31-7 

0-7 
24-0 
34-9 
23-6 
29-6 
44-21 



0-34 

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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 



1972 
1973 
1974 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 



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



14-20 

30-10 

56-13 

30-3 

31-13 

27-0 

27-0 

17-4 

24-21 

49-22 

38-3 

43-7 



NORTH CAROLINA 

(22-25-1) 



1899 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 
1930 
1935 
1936 
1946 
1947 
1948 
1950 
1951 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1967 
1968 
1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 



1919 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 
1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 
1934 
1935 
1936 
1937 
1938 
1939 



Lost 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Tie 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Won 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Won 

Lost 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Won 

VIRGINIA 

(32-15-2) 

Won 

Lost 

Tie 

Lost 

Won 

Tie 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 



0-6 

1 3-0 
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 
33-24 
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 
34-23 



13-0 
0-6 
6-6 
0-21 
18-2 
1 3- 1 3 
14-6 
7-6 
6-7 
0-6 
20-0 
14-7 
21-0 
3-3 
19-27 
7-12 



1940 
1942 
1943 
1944 
1945 
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 
1984 



1917 
1937 
1938 
1939 
1943 
1944 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1982 
1984 



1948 
1949 
1953 
1954 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1962 
1970 
1972 
1982 
1984 



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 
Won 

PENN STATE 

(1-27) 

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 
Lost 

MIAMI (FLA.) 

(7-5) 

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



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 
45-34 



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 

1 3-57 

0-48 

0-34 

27-63 

16-46 

22-42 

17-24 

13-15 

9-27 

3-27 

7-27 

10-24 

31-39 

24-25 



27-13 

13-0 

30-0 

7-9 

6-13 

16-6 

26-14 

24-28 

11-18 

8-28 

18-17 

42-40 



42 



MARYLAND COACHES 
DOWN THE YEARS 



Yeai 
189 ■ 
1893 
1894 
1895 

1896 

1897 
1898 

IS')' I 

1900 

I90l_ 
1902 

I9(H 
I '104 
I 90S 

I9ih. 
1907 
1908 
1909 

1410 
191 I 

1912 

1913 

1914 
I 4 IS 



M VMM \M) VGGI1 s 

Head Coach 
•w w Skinnei 
•s II Harding 
• i 1 1 Bannon 
No ream 
•Grenville I ewis 
•John I illi bridge 
•J I Kenlj 
•s \i Cooke 
•I H Peters 
•I B Dunbar 

-l> John Marker 



I M\ I KM I \. ()l M \|<\ I \N|i 



-I i I'd Nielsen 
C d Church & C 
Bill I ang 

Barney Cooper & I 
R Alston 
( Donnelli & II ( 



-II C B\rd 



Vv I I 
I) ) II 
6 



Melick 
I arkin 
' Byrd 



1916 
1917 

1918 
1919 



M VKM \M) M \ It 



H C Byrd 



I) o 
i i) 



8 



1 (I 

3 ii 
3 i) 



6 2 

4 3 I 

4 I I 

5 4 



1920 
1921 

19:: 

1923 
1924 

19:5 

1926 

19:7 

1928 

19:9 

1930 

1931 

193: 

1933 

1934 

1935 

1936 

1917 

1938 

1939 

1940 

I94J_ 

1942 

1943 

I944_ 

1945 

1946 

1947 

1948 

1949 

1950 

1951 

195: 

1953 

1 9S4 

1955 



II ( livid 



Jack I abei 

Frank M Dobson 

Jack Faber, Al Heagv 
*AI Woods 
Clark Shaughness) 

Clarence Spears 
Paul "Boar" Bryant 
Clark Shaughnessj 



■.lim latum 



7 
3 

4 

7 

■ 
5 

4 
6 
4 
7 
8 
5 
3 
7 
7 
6 
8 
2 
2 
2 
3 
7 
4 
I 

6 
3 
7 
6 
9 
7 
10 

7 : o 
in i o 

7 2 I 
10 I 



1957 (- I omn ' I 

1958 

1955 

1961 

196 

1963 

1964 

1965. 

1966 

196 

191 

1969 

1970 

I97J_ 

1972 

1971 

1974 

IS»7S 

1976 

1977 

1978 

1979 

1980 

1981 

1982 
1981 
1984 



— I Mm Nugent 

I i. ii S 
•Bob Ward 
■Ri l ester 



■Jerri Claiborne 



Bohhv Ross 



2 


7 


1 


5 


5 





4 


- 


ll 


5 


5 





6 


4 


'1 


7 


3 





1 


4 





1 


7 


II 


5 


5 





4 


1 


II 


4 


6 








9 





2 


8 


'I 


1 


7 





2 


9 





2 


9 


II 


5 


5 


1 


8 


4 





8 


4 





9 


2 


1 


II 


1 





8 


4 





9 


1 





7 


4 





8 


4 





4 


6 


1 


8 


4 





8 


4 





9 


1 






92 Year Total-. 466 397 39 

* I cams Coached by Captains 



ALL TIME MARYLAND FOOTBALL RECORDS AGAINST ALL OPPONENTS 



\v 

Air Force Acad 2 

Alabama I 

•\le\ High I 

American Univ 

Auburn l'ni\ , I 

Bainhndge Training 

Baltimore Citv Col 

Baltimore Med. Col. 

Baltimore Poly 3 

Bavlor Uni\ I 

Bethel Mil Acad. I 

Boston College ...... 

Boston l'ni\ 2 

Business High I 

Carnegie Tech 

Catholic Univ 8 

Central High 6 

Charlotte Hall Mil I 

Chicago L'niv 

Cincinnati 2 

Clemson Univ. 18 

Clifton Ath. Club 1 

Columbia Ath Club 

Connecticut I 

Curtis Bav Coast Guard 

Delaware 3 

Dinkinson Col I 

Duke 14 

Duquesne Univ. I 

Eastern High 4 

Episcopal High 

Univ of Florida 6 

Florida State 

Fortress Monroe 

Fredericksburg Col 2 

Gallaudet 9 

Georgetown Univ 6 

Georgetown Prep I 



1 T 



2 



1 

2 
I 

2 

I 

I 

I 









1 

1 2 

2 



1 


14 I 



1 (I 



1 
5 I 


13 





3 



I 



II 



w 

George Washington 10 

I niv. of Georgia 3 

Gibraltar Ath Club 

Gonzaga High 1 

Greenville (SC) AAB I 

Guilford Col I 

Gunton Temple Bapt Ch I 

Hampden Svdnev 2 

Haverford Col 

Houston 

Indiana State I 

Indiana Univ 

Johns Hopkins 16 

Univ of Kentucky 3 

Lakehurst Nav. Air Sta I 

Louisana State Univ 3 

Louisville 2 

U. S. Marine Barracks I 

Merchant Marine Acad I 

Miami Fla.) 

Miami (Ohio) 

Michigan 

Michigan State I 

Minnesota I 

Mississippi I 

Mississippi State I 

Missouri 6 

Mt of St Joseph's Col 

Mt. St Mary"s Col 

Mt. Washington Club 



I. 


I 


t 





2 


1 


1 





1 























■y 





2 





1 











2 





II 


5 


2 


2 
































5 





1 










Navy 

New York Univ 

North Carolina 

N. C. State 

Ohio Univ 

Oklahoma Univ 

Old Univ of Md. 
Olympia Ath Club 



5 

2 

22 

20 

I 


3 
I 





4 



1 




: i 

i o 

14 



25 1 

17 4 



4 

2 I 




w 

Orient Ath. Club I 

Pennsylvania I 

Penn State I 

Penn Military 3 

Pittsburgh I 

Princeton 

Randolph-Macon Col. ... 

Rich. Army Air Base I 

Richmond Univ II 

Rock Hill Col. 

Rutgers Univ 4 

St. Johns Col. ... 18 

Univ. of S. C 17 

SMU 2 

Swarthmore Col 

Svracuse 13 

Tech. High 5 

UCLA I 

Univ of Tenn 2 

Univ. of Texas 

Texas A & M 

Third Army Corps I 

Tulane Univ 2 

Vanderbilt 3 

Villanova 8 

Virginia 32 

Virginia Mil. Inst 14 

Virginia Tech 14 

Wake Forest 24 

Walbrook Ath Club . 

Washington & Lee 13 

Washington Col 18 

Western High 

Western Md 18 

West Virginia 9 

William & Marv I 

Yale Univ 2 



1 


I 








4 





27 





1 


(1 


1 


II 


2 





2 


1 








5 


7 


1 





1 





II 





11 











1 





14 


2 


2 





1 





5 





i 





2 











2 





7 





2 





15 


2 


9 


2 


in 





- 


1 


1 





5 


2 


3 


1 


ii 


1 


13 


1 


10 


2 


2 





8 


1 



43 



MARYLAND ALL-AMERICANS 



HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICANS (AP & UPI) 



1931 


less Krajcovic G 


1934 


Norwood Sothoron — FB 




Vic Willis - E 




Bill Guckeyson HB 




Fd 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 


Tommy Mont - QB 




Paul Flick - C 


1947 


Lou Gambino HB 




Gene Kinney C 


1948 


Ray Krouse - T 




Flmer Wingate — E 


1950 


1 il Modzelewski FB 


1951 


l.uk Scarbath QB 




Tom Cosgrove - C 




Dave Cianelli FB 




Joe Petru770 - HB 


1952 


Stan Jones T 


1953 


Chet Hanulak HB 




Ralph Felton FB 




Bill Walker E 




John Irvine C 




Boh Morgan — T 


1954 


Dick Bielski FB 




Ronnie Waller HB 




Jack Bowersox G 




John Irvine — C 




Bill Walker — E 




Boh Pellegrini G 




George Palahunik G 


1955 


Mike Sandusky - T 




Jack Davis - G 




Frank Tamburello QB 




Fd Heuring T 


AMERICAN FOOTBALL COA 




First Team 




1961 Gary Collins — E 




1973 Paul Vellano — DG 




1974 Randv White — DT 




1976 Joe Campbell DT 



1956 



1957 



1958 



1959 



I960 



1961 
1962 



1965 
1969 
1970 
1972 

1973 



1974 



1975 



Mike Sandusky - 
Jack Davis — G 
Gene Alderton i 
Rod Breedlove 
Ed Cooke - E 
Gene Alderton i 
Rod Breedlove - 
Fred Cole - T 
Rod Breedlove 
Jim Joyce — FB 
Garv Collins - F 
Tom Gunderman 
Kurt Schwa r7 - T 
Gary Collins E 
Dale Betty QB 
Boh Hacker - C 
Dick Shiner - 
Walter Rock 
Roger Shoals 
Tom Brown 
Boh Sullivan 
Ralph Sonntag 
Guy Roberts - 
Paul Vellano - 
Boh Smith 
Randy White 
Louis Carter 
Boh Smith 
Louis Carter - 



QB 

G 

T 
II B 

DB 
OT 

DF 

- DG 
DB 

- DT 
HB 

DB 
HB 



Steve Mike-Mayer 
Stan Rogers - OT 
Bob Smith - DB 



KS 



1976 Brad Carr I B 
Ed Fulton OG 
Mark Manges - QB 
Ken Roy - DB 
lorn Schick - OT 
Larrv Seder - DG 

1977 Ted Klaube - DC. 

1978 Sieve Atkins IB 
Charles Johnson I ) 1 
Bruce Palmer - DG 

I loyd Burruss DB 

1979 Charlie Wysocki TB 
Larrv Stewart OT 

1980 Charlie Wysocki IB 
Lloyd Burruss DB 
Marlin Van Horn DG 

1982 Jess Atkinson I'K 
Mark Duda DJ 
Boomer Esiason QB 
Dave Pacella 01 
John I ice TF 

1983 less Atkinson I'k 
Clarence Baldwin DB 
Boomer Fsiason QB 
Pete Koch - DT 

Ron Solt OG 
Eric Wilson I B 

1984 Rick Badanjek RB 
Al Covington DB 



TF 
1 B 



Harry Walters 
Vt alter White 
LeRoy Hughes 
Jim Brechbiel - 
Kevin Benson 
Paul Divito 



1 B 
TE 

DF 
DB 
I B 
DG 



COACHES ASSOCIATION 



Ferrell Fdmund 
Chuck Faucette 
Ke\ in Glover C 
Greg Hill - WR 
Len Lynch — OG 
Bruce Mesner - DG 



FOOTBALL WRITERS ASSOCIATION 

First Team 

1961 Gary Collins - E 
1974 Randv White — DT 
1976 Joe Campbell - DT 
1979 Dale Castro - KS 



ASSOCIATED PRESS 

First Team 

1950 Bob Ward — G 

1951 Bob Ward — G 

1952 Jack Scarbath QB 
Dick Mod7elewski — DT 

1953 Stan Jones — T 
1955 Bob Pellegrini C 

1973 Randv White - DT 

1974 Randy White - DT 

Second Team 
1923 Bill Supplee - E 
1928 Gerald Snvder - FB 
1949 Rav Krouse — T 
1951 Dick Mod7elewski - T 

Ed Modzelewski FB 

1953 Bernie Falonev QB 

1954 Bill Walker E 
1961 Garv Collins F 
1976 Joe Campbell DT 
1984 Eric Wilson LB 

Third Team 

1955 Ed Vereb II B 
1973 Paul Vellano DG 



INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE 
(now merged as UPI) 



1951 
1952 



1953 



1955 



First Team 

Bob Ward - G 
Jack Scarbath QB 
Dick Mod7elewski — J 
Stan Jones — T 
Bernie Faloney - QB 
Bob Pellegrini - C 



DT 



FOOTBALL NEWS 

I B 



First Team 

1984 Eric Wilson 



Second Team 

1953 Chet Hanulak HB 
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 Falonev QB 

1955 Bob Pellegrini' C 

Mike Sanduskv I 

1974 Randv White DT 

Steve Mike-Maver KS 
1976 Joe Campbell — DT 
1979 Dale Castro KS 
1984 Kevin Glover C 



UNITED PRESS 



First Team 

1951 Bob Ward - G 

1952 Jack Scarbath - QB 
Dick Modzelewski 

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

Second Team 

1950 Bob Ward - G 

1951 Fd Modzelewski FB 

1953 Bernie Falonev QB 
1955 Mike Sanduskv - T 

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



Third Team 

1951 Dick Mod/elevvski DT 
1955 Ed Vereb HB 



TIME MAGAZINE 

First Team 

1974 Randv White Dl 

Steve Mike-Mayer KS 



Second Team 

1983 Boomci 1 siason 
Ron Solt OG 



QB 



44 



NATIONAL RANKINGS: I he Maryland Terrapins won the National Championship in 1953 finishing lirst in all of the 

polls, ["he I c i ps have ranked in the top ten in the Associated Press Poll five times In I9S | Maryland ranked third hut then 
defeated National Champion Tennessee 28-1.1 in the Sugar Bowl 





1951 




1953 




1954 




1955 




1976 


1 


Tennessee 


1 


MARYLAND 


1 


Ohio State 


1 


Oklahoma 


1 


Pittsburgh 


2 


Mich. St. 


2 


Notre Dame 


2 


U.C.I A 


2 


Mich. St 


2 


So Cal. 


3 


MARYLAND 


3 


Mich. St 


3 


Oklahoma 


3 


MARYLAND 


3 


Michigan 


4 


Illinois 


4 


Oklahoma 


4 


Notre Dame 


4 


I ( 1 \ 


4 


Houston 


5 


Ga. rech, 


5 


U.C.L.A. 


5 


Navj 


5 


r.c.u. 


5 


Oklahoma 


6 


1'nnceton 


6 


Rice 


6 


Mississippi 


6 


Ohio State 


6 


Ohio State 


7 


Stanford 


7 


Illinois 


7 


Army 


7 


Ga. Tech 


7 


Texas A&M 


N 


Wisconsin 


X 


Ga. Tech 


8 


MARYLAND 


X 


Notre Dame 


8 


MARYLAND 


s> 


Baylor 


9 


Iowa 


9 


Wisconsin 


9 


Mississippi 


9 


Nebraska 


10 


Oklahoma 


10 


West Va. 


1(1 


Arkansas 


10 


Auburn 


10 


Georgia 




RANDY WHITE was awarded the 01 TLAND TROPHY, the LOMBARDI TROPHY, the LIBERTY BOWL MVP, 
ACC PLAYER OF 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. 



45 



TERPS ON ALL-A CC TEAMS 



"A tlantic Coast Sportswriters A ssociation " 



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 



1966 



1969 



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 — Safety 

-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 - Def Tackle 



1975 — DEFENSIVE TEAM 

LeRoy 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 



Bob Sullivan — Back 




COACH OF THE YEAR 


DEFENSIVE TEAM 




Jerry Claiborne 


Dick Absher — End 


1977 


-DEFENSIVE TEAM 


OFFENSIVE TEAM 




Ted Klaube — Guard 


Ralph Sonntag — Tackle 


1978 


-DEFENSIVE TEAM 


JACOBS BLOCKING 
TROPHY 

Ralph Sonntag 




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 
Bobby Ross 

1983 — OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Ron Solt — Guard 

-DEFENSIVE TEAM 
Clarence Baldwin — Back 
Pete Koch — Tackle 
Eric Wilson - Linebacker 

1984- OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Kevin Glover — Center 
Greg Hill — Wide Receiver 

- DEFENSIVF TEAM 
Al Covington — Safety 
Bruce Mesner — Guard 
Eric Wilson — Linebacker 



46 



THE TERP A WARDS 



l he \1\ m I 

Al Wharton 
Wilbur Mam 
led Kershner 
Joe Gardi 



\ubinoe frophj to the unsung hero ol the season 



1956 
1957 
1 <->ss 
1959 
I960 
1961 
1962 
196.1 
I 964 
1965 
1 966 



rackle 

Center 
Back 
fackle 



I eroy Dietrich 
Dick Barlund 
Murnis Bannei 
George Stem 
John Kenny 
Charles Krahling 
Bobbv Collins 



Centei 
End 

Halfback 
Halfback 
End 

Center 
Back 



1967 
1968 

1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 



Pat Bakei Back 

Rick ( arlson I ml 

I'aul I it/pat tick Back 

Robert J. MacBridc fa< kle 



Jeff Shugars 
Ron Kecman 

Ken Scott 
Frank Russell 
Jim Richey 
Bob Raba 

Don Rhodes 



Quarterback 
Center 
Tackle 
Fnd 
laekle 
End 
Center 



I97K 
1979 
1980 
1981 

19X2 



19X1 
19X4 



Mike Simon < enter 

Ri( haul ( ummms ( oiard 

Seott 1 an/ I ackle 

l odd W right l ntei 

Frank Kolencik Defensive guard 

lulin Nash Back 

Doug Miller (enter 
ryrone Furman Ouard 
Bill Rogers Tight Fnd 



I he George C Cook Memorial Scholarship 1 rophy to a membei ol the loot ball team with the highest scholastic average. 



1962 Don White Quarterback 1969 

1963 Dave Nardo I ml 1970 

1964 Dave Nardo Fnd 1971 

1965 Bruce Springer Back 1972 

1966 1 am Bagranofl Tackle 197.1 

1967 Chuck line Tackle 1974 

1968 Ralph Friedgen Guard 1975 

1969 William Grant I nd 1976 



Ralph Friedgen 
Patrick M. Burki 
Steve Fromang 
Ste\e Fromang 
.lames Mart el I 



( niard 
Guard 

Tackle 
Tackle 
End 



Kim Hoover Fnd 
Kim Hoover End 
Jonathan Claiborne - Safety 



1977 
I97X 
1979 
I 9X0 
19X1 
19X2 
19X3 
19X4 



Jonathan Claiborne Safety 
Joe Muffler Defensive End 

Ralph I ary Safety 
Ralph I ary Safety 
Mark Sobel 1 nd 

Gregory E. Harraka ( enter 
Gregory E. Harraka Guard 
Gregory E. Harraka Guard 



\nthon\ C Nardo Memorial Trophy to the best football lineman of the year 



1950 Bob Waul - Guard 1957 

1951 Bob Ward Guard I95X 

1952 William Malet/kv - Guard 1959 

1953 Stan Jones Tackle I960 

1954 Bob Pellegrini Guard 1961 

1955 Mike Sandusky -- Tackle 1962 

1956 Al Wharton Tackle 1963 



Don Healy - Tackle 
Fred Cole Tackle 
Tom Gunderman Guard 
Gary Collins - End 
Bill Kirchio - Tackle 
Dave Crossan - Tackle 
Olaf Dro/dov Tackle 



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



1970 Guv M. Roberts - End 

1971 Dennis O'Hara - End 

1972 Paul Vellano Guard 

1973 Randy White Tackle 

Ray Krouse Memorial Award to most 

1974 Randv White - Def. Tackle 

1975 John Schultz - Wingback 

1976 Tim Wilson - Fullback 

1977 Ted Klaube - Guard 



1974 Randv White - Tackle 

1980 Eric Sievers - Tight End 

19X1 Dave Pacella - Tackle 

19X2 Da\e Pacella - Tackle 



1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
196X 
1969 



1983 
19X4 



Fred Joyce 
Dick Absher 
Dick Absher 
Jim Lavrusky 

Ron Pearson 

Peter Mattia 



Guard 
End 
End 
I inebacker 
End 
Tackle 



valuable senior. 

I97X Neal Olkewic? 

1979 

19X0 

19X1 



Linebacker 
Brian Matera - linebacker 
Lloyd Burruss — D. Halfback 
Greg Vanderhout - D. Guard 

Jim Tatum Memorial Trophy to the outstanding lineman. 

1959 Kurt Schwarz I96X Tom Plevin 

1960 Tom Sankovich 1969 Peter Mattia 
Bill Kirchiro 1970 
Dave Crossan 1971 
Olaf Dro/dov 1972 
Larry Bagranoff 1973 
Larry Bagranoff 1974 
lorn Cichowski 1975 
Tom Myslinski 



982 
983 
9X4 



1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 



Peter Mattia 
Guy Roberts 
Paul Vellano 
Randy White 
Randy White 
Paul Divito 
Marion Koprovvski 

TheTeke Trophy to the student who during his four years at the University has rendered the greatest service to football. (Became 
the Terrapin Club Award in 1975). 



1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 



Ron Solt Guard 
Kevin Glover Center 



John Tice - Tight end 
Boomer Esiason -- Quarterback 
Eric Wilson - linebacker 



Joe Campbell 
Ted Klaube 
Charles Johnson 
Kervin Wvatt 
Ed Gall 

Greg Vanderhout 
Mark D. Duda 
Ron Solt 
Kevin Glover 



1949 


John Id/ik Back 


1961 


1950 


John Id7ik - Back 


1962 


1951 


Bob Ward Guard 


1963 


1952 


Ed Fullerton - Back 


1964 


1953 


Bernie Faloney -- Back 


1965 


1954 


John Irvine -- Center 


1966 


1955 


Bob Pellegrini - Center 


1967 


1956 


Mike Sandusky - Tackle 


1968 


1957 


Gene Alderton - Center 


1969 


1958 


Bob Rusevlyan - Back 


1970 


1959 


Kurt Schwarz Tackle 


1971 


I960 


Vincent Scott - End 


1972 



Garv Collins - End 1973 

Tom Brown Halfback 1974 

Bob Burton -- Halfback 1975 

Olaf Drozdov - Tackle 1976 

George Stem - Back 1977 

Dick Absher - End 1978 

Lou Stickel - Back 1979 

Billv Lovett -- Fullback 1980 
Kenneth B. Dutton -- Back 19X1 

Peter Mattia - Tackle 1982 

Tommv Miller -- Back 1983 

Don Ratliff -- End 1984 



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 

Eric Wilson -- Linebacker 



47 



OUTSTANDING A WARDS IN THE PAST 



OUTLAND TROPHY (Lineman of Year) 

1952 -- Dick Modzelewski 
1974 -- Randy White 

WALTER CAMP MEMORIAL TROPHY 

1955 — Bob Pellegrini 

LOMBARDI TROPHY (Lineman of Year) 
1974 -- Randy White 

UNITED PRESS -- LINEMAN OF YEAR 
1955 -- Bob Pellegrini 
1974 -- Randy White 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE (Player of Year) 

1953 — Bernie Falonev 
1955 -- Bob Pellegrini' 

1974 -- Randy White 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE (Coach of Year) 
1953 — Jim Tatum 
1955 — Jim Tatum 
1973 - Jerry Claiborne 

1975 — Jerry Claiborne 

1976 — Jerrv Claiborne 
1982 -- Bobby Ross 

JACOBS BLOCKING TROPHY 

1955 -- Bob Pellegrini 
1969 - Ralph Sonntag 
1982 — Dave Pacella 



NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION 
HALL OF FAME 

1980 -- Bob Ward 
1983 -■ Jack Scarbath 

HE1SMAN AWARD (Outstanding College Football Player) 
1952 Jack Scarbath (Runner-up) 

NATIONAL COACH OF YEAR (by THE SPORTING NEW 

1974 - Jerrv Claiborne 



COLLEGE ALL-STARS 



(bv the Washington TD Club) 
1982 -- Bobby Ross 

OUTSTANDING PLAYER 

1956 - Bob Pellegrini 

MVP — BLUE-GRAY GAME 

1971 -- Guy Roberts 

MVP COACHES ALL-AMERICAN GAME 

1974 - - Louis Carter 

MVP — LIBERTY BOWL 

1974 - Randy White 

MVP - GATOR BOWL 

1975 — Steve Atkins 

MVP — SUN BOWL 
1984 -- Rick Badanjek 

BRIAN PICCOLO AWARD 

1973 - Al Neville 

1974 - Dave Visaggio 
1984 — J. D. Maarleveld 



THE COACHES AWARDS 



OFFENSIVE BACK 

1952 Chester Hanulak - HB 

1953 Ralph Felton FB 

1954 Ron Waller - HB 

1955 Ed Vereb — HB 

1956 Fred Hamilton — HB 

1957 Bob Rusevlvan — QB 

1958 Bob Rusevlyan - QB 

1959 Jim Jovce — FB 

1960 Dale Betty - QB 

1961 Dick Shiner QB 

1962 Tom Brown - HB 

1963 Dick Shiner — QB 

1964 Tom Hickey — TB 

1965 Walt Marciniak — FB 

1966 Alan Pastrana — QB 

1967 Billy Lovett — FB 

1968 Billv Lovett — FB 

1969 Tom Miller — FB 

1970 Art Seymore - HB 

1971 Al Neville QB 

1972 Bob Avellini - QB 

1973 Louis Carter — TB 

1974 Louis Carter - TB 

1975 John Schult? - WB 

1976 Mark Manges — QB 

1977 Larry Dick — QB 
George Scott HB 

1978 Steve Atkins - TB 

1979 Charlie Wysocki — TB 

1980 Charlie Wysocki - TB 

1981 "Boomer" Esiason — QB 

1982 "Boomer" Esiason — QB 
Willie Joyner - RB 

1983 Willie Jovner RB 

1984 Rick Badanjek - FB 



OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 

Tom Cosgrove — C 
Marty Crytzer — E 
Jack Bowersox — G 
Russell Dennis — E 
Al Wharton — T 
Tom Gunderman — G 
Fred Cole — T 
Tom Gunderman — G 
Bob Hacker — C 
Roger Shoals — T 
Roger Shoals — T 
Gene Feher — C 
Joe Frataroli — G 
Matt Arbutina — T 
Tim Cichokski — T 
Ron Pearson — G 
Bill Meister — G 



DEFENSIVE BACK 



DEFENSIVE LINEMAN 



Bill Meister - 


G 


Pat Burke - 


G 


Tim Brannon 


- G 


Tim Brannon 


G 


Bart Purvis — 


G 


Stan Rogers - 


- T 


Marion Koprowski 


Ed Fulton - 


G 


Tom Schick - 


- T 


Mike Yeates 


- G 


Eric Sievers - 


- TE 


Kervvin Wyatt 


- G 


Kewin Wyatt 


- G 


Eric Siever — 


TF 


Dave Pacella 


T 


Dave Pacella 


T 


Ron Solt - 


3 


Kevin Glover 


- C 



Ed Fullerton 


HB 


Dick Nolan 


HB 


Joe Horning 


HB 


Lynn Beightol 


QB 


Bob Rusevlyan QB 


Bob Layman 


HB 


Jim Joyce - 


FB 


Dwayne Fletcl 


er - HB 


Jim Davidson 


HB 


Tom Brown - 


HB 


Joe Hrezo - 


LB 


Eernie Ariz7i 


HB 


Bob Sullivan 


HB 


Fred Cooper 


HB 


Lou Stickel - 


HB 


Bob Colbert 


HB 


Kenny Dutton 


HB 


Tony Greene 


- S 


Tonv Greene 


- S 


Larr'v Marshall — HB 


Bob 'Smith - 


s 


Harry Walters 


LB 


Harry Walters 


LB 


Kevin Benson 


LB 


Brad Carr — 


LB 


Brad Carr — 


LB 


Neal Olkewic/ 


I B 



Brian Matera - LB 
Llovd Burruss - HB 
Darnell Dailev I B 
Bill McFadden - HB 

Clarence Baldwin HB 
Al Covington — S 



John Alderman 


E 


Bob Morgan - 


T 


Tom Met uckie 


G 


Mike Sandusky 


T 


Mike Sandusky 


T 


Rod Breedlove 


G 


Ben Scotti — E 




Rod Breedlove 


- G 


Tom Sankovich 


T 


Dave Crossan - 


I 


Walter Rock - 


G 


Joe Ferrante - 


G 


Olaf Dro?dov - 


T 


Larry Bagranofl 


T 


Jim Lavrusky - 


I B 


Mike Grace - 


G 


Henry Gareis - 


E 


Peter Mattia - 


1 


Guy Roberts - 


F 


Chris Cowdrey 


1 


Paul Vellano 


G 


Randy While - 


T 


Randy White - 


T 


Paul Divito - 


C. 


Joe Campbell — 


T 



Ted Klaube - G 

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

Greg Vanderhout — G 
Mark Duda — T 

Pete Koch - T 
Bruce Mesner (i 



48 



NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION 
SCHOLAR ATHLETE 

Jonathan Claiborne 1977 



NCAA SCHOLAR ATHLETE 

lonathan Claiborne 1977 
( oSIDA A< ADEMIC 



TERRAPINS ON ALL-AC ( A< tDEMK TEAMS 



ALL-DIM Kl( I 1983 




Greg Harraka. OG 



1954 


George Palahunik 




Bob Raba 




lohn 1 1 n 




Gene Ochap 


1955 


Stanley Polyanski 




than ' lail 




John Heale) 


1977 


Jonathan Claiborne 


1956 


Miki- Sandusk) 




Ralph 1 




Donald Heal) 




Joe Mufflei 




I om Selep 




Chris Ward 


I960 


1 >wayne 1 letchei 




Kennj Watson 


1 96 1 


Mob Hackei 


I97K 


(ohn Baldante 




Dak Novak 




Glenn C'hamb 


1963 


David Nardo 




Seoit Collins 


1967 


Chuck 1 UK- 




Ralph I ar\ 


[968 


Ralph Friedgen 




Phil 1 i\ ingston 


1970 


Steve 1 romang 




Joe Mufflei 




Len Santacroce 




Dean Richards 




Jerry Frhard 


1979 


Jan Carinci 




Scot! Shank 




Scotl 1 an/ 


1972 


Jerry Frhard 




Ralph I.ary 


1973 


Kim Hoover 




I'hil 1 ivingston 


1974 - 


Bob Avellini 




Kyle I.orton 




Rick Jennings 




Jim Shaffer 




Phil Waganheim 


1980 


Ralph l.ary 




Derick Harris 




Kyle Lorton 




Jim Brechbicl 


19X1 


Brian Riendcau 




Tom Schick 




Mike Muller 


1975 


Kim Hoovei 


1982 


Joe Aulisi 




John Schultz 


1983 


Greg Harraka 




Mike Cielensky 


19X4 


Greg Harraka 



NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION 
BALTIMORE CHAPTER SCHOLAR ATHLETE 




TftiS. . -£**"• A4<| 



Ralph I .in 

MARYLAND'S ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS 

(Selected by College Sports Information Directors) 

1953 Bernie Falonej (First Team) 

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

(Sponsored by U.S. Tobacco) 

1977 - Jonathan Claiborne (Second Team) 

Joe Muffler (Second Team) 

1978 Joe Muffler (First Team) 

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN 
SCHOLARSHIP AWARD 

1978 — Joe Muffler (SI. 500) 



Bob Smith 1975 
Jonathan Claiborne 
Joe Muffler - 1978 
Jimmj Shatter- 1979 



977 





Jonathan ( laiborne 



Kim H<io\er 



NCAA — CHEVROLET SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS 

($1,000 Each From TV Games) 



1974 



1975 
1976 



1980 
1982 

1983 



Louis Carter vs. North Carolina (ABC) 
Randv 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 (TBSi 
Boomer Esiason vs. North Carolina (ABC) 



49 



TERP LEADERS OVER THE 
Single Season Marks 



YEARS 



(Regular Season Games) 



SCORING 

102 Rick Badanjek — 1984 

97 Bob Shemonski — 1950 

96 Lu Gambino — 1947 

96 Ed Vereb — 1955 

88 Jess Atkinson — 1984 

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 Badaniek — 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 Rick Badanjek - 1984 

16 Lu Gambino — 1947 

16 Bob Shemonksi — 1950 

16 Ed Vereb— 1955 

14 Louis Carter — 1973 

1 1 Charlie Wvsocki — 1980 

i 1 Steve Atkins — 1978 

II Ed Modezelewski — 1951 

9 Akin 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 Darrvl 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 Larv - 1979 

7 Bob Smith - 1972 

6 Larry Marshall - 1971 
6 Tom Brown - 1962 

6 Bernie Falonev — 1953 

6 Joe Horning - 1951 

RUSHING PLAYS 

334 Charlie Wysocki - 1980 

283 Steve Atkins - 1978 

247 Charlie Wvsocki - 1979 

224 Louis Carter - 1974 

221 Art Sevmore - 1970 

218 Louis Carter 1973 

217 Billv Lovett - 1968 



198 Willie Jovner — 1983 

188 George Scott — 1977 

182 Bo Hickey — 1964 

177 Willie Jovner — 1982 

173 Rick Badaniek - 1984 

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 

142! Tim OHare — 1978 

1395 Alan Pastrana — 1966 

1386 Jack Scarbath — 1952 

1359 Charlie Wvsocki — 1980 

1306 Frank Reich — 1984 

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 

1446 Frank Reich - 1984 

1388 TimO'Hare— 1978 

1351 Larrv Dick — 1977 

1324 Dick Shiner — 1962 

1275 Al Neville - 1971 

1251 Bob Avellini — 1972 

1190 Larry Dick — 1975 

1165 Dick Shiner — 1963 

1149 Jack Scarbath — 1952 

1145 Mark Manges — 1976 

1129 Stan Gelbaugh - 1984 

1076 Tommy 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 

108 Frank Reich — 1984 

107 Al Neville - 1971 

105 Tim O.Hare — 1978 

102 Al Pastrana — 1966 

98 Bob Avellini - 1972 

90 Larrv Dick - 1975 

83 Larrv Dick - 1977 

82 Dale Betty- I960 

81 Al Pastrana - 1968 

81 Mark Manges — 1976 

MOST YARDS 
PASS RECEPTIONS 

820 Greg Hill - 1984 

593 Lloyd Coltervahn 1952 

575 Dean Richards 1978 



570 Greg Hill — 1983 

557 Tom Brown — 1962 

536 Billy Van Heusen — 1966 

532 Kim Hoover - 1975 

516 Darrvl Hill— 1963 

515 Don Ratliff— 1972 

505 Vince Kinnev — 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 Tommv Mont — 1942 

II Mark Manges — 1976 

10 Al Neville— 1971 

10 Dick Shiner — 1963 

10 Vic Turyn — 1948 

9 "Boomer" Esiason — 1981 

9 Frank Reich - 1984 

8 Jack Scarbath - 1951 

8 Larry Dick - 1975 

MOST PASS RECEPTIONS 

51 Greg Hill — 1984 

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 Llovd Coltervahn — 1952 

31 JohnTice —1981 

31 Frank Russell - 1974 

30 Jan Carinci — 1979 
30 Frank Russell - 1972 

30 Garv Collins - I960 

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 Wysocki — 1980 

1261 Steve Atkins — 1978 

1140 Charlie Wvsocki - 1979 

1063 Willie Jovner - 1982 

991 Louis Carter - 1974 

963 Billv Lovett - 1 968 

945 Art'Sevmore - 1970 

908 Willie Jovner - 1983 
904 Lu Gambino - 1947 
894 Bo Kickey — 1964 

894 George Scott - 1977 
834 Ed Modzelewski 1951 
832 Rick Badaniek 1984 
801 Louis Carter 1973 

759 Alvin Blount 1984 

753 Chet Hanulak 1953 

715 Charlie Wvsocki 1981 



678 Ah in Maddox - 1976 

642 Ed Vereb — 1955 

635 Rick Badaniek — 1983 

629 Tom Miller — 1969 

625 Ed Modzelewski — 1949 

621 Steve Atkins - 1976 

618 Tommv Neal - 1984 

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 

160 Eric Wilson — 1984 

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 

7 Ted Chapman - 1984 

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 

1 I Ted Chapman - 1984 




50 



MARYLAND FOOTBALL RECORDS 



SIN(;i.K GAME - INDIVim \l 



s< ORIN(. 



rginia lech. 1950 (5 Tds I PAT) 
1950 



Most Points Scored 

ii in Bob Shemonski vs \ 

Most touchdowns Scored 

5 bv Bob Shemonski vs Virginia rech 

Musi Points- Mter- touchdown Scored 

s bj Steve Mike-Meyei vs Duke. 1974 

K hv Mike Sochko vs Virginia 1975 

Most Touchdown Passes ( aught: (tied Record) 

2 h\ Don Gleasnei vs Virginia, 1945 

2 In Leroj Mortorvs Michigan Stale, 1946 

2 hv Lou Gambino vs West Virginia. 1947 

2 In I I m c i Wingate vs George Washington, I94X 

2 in Stan Karnash vs George Washington, 1949 

2 hv Pete Augsbergei vs South Carolina, 1949 

2 bv llciiiv 1 ox vs Georgetown, 1949 

2 in I loyd ( olteryahn vs i si . I9S2 

2 bv Bill Walkei vs Uabama, 1953 

2 bv Gar) Collins vs Clemson, 1959 

2 hv Billj Van Heusen vs \ c State. 1966 

2 bv Dan Bungori vs Florida, 1971 

2 bv Vince Kinnej vs Villanova. 1975 

2 bv Chris Havenei vs Clemson, 1980 

2 In Russell Davis vs Penn State, 1982 

2 in Greg Mill vs Wake Forest. 19X2 

2 hv Greg Mill vs Duke 1982 

2 hv Greg Mill vs West Virginia. 1983 

2 hv Greg Mill vs Wake I orest, 1983 

2 hv Greg Mill vs Miami 1 1 la I 1984 

Most Touchdowns Responsibility (Run and Puss) 

5 bv Bob Shemonski vs Virginia rech, 1950 

Most Field (.oals Scored 

5 bv Dale Castro vs Mississippi state. 1979 

TOTAL OFFENSE 

Most Net Yards (iained Rushing and Passing 

*2" hv Boomet Esiasonvs. Auburn. 1983 

Most Total Plavs 

50 hv Charlie Wysocki vs Duke. 1980(50 rushes) 

5(1 hv Stan Gelhaugh vs Penn State. 19X4 (4X pass 2 run) 

Best Offensive Average 

(Minimum Four Plavs. Rushing and Passing) 

24(1 hv Ernie An//i vs Svraeuse. 1961 (4 plavs. 96 yards) 

RUSHING 

Most Yards Gained Rushing I Net) 

240 hv Willie Joynet vs North Carolina. 19X2 

Most Rushes 

50 hv Charlie Wysocki vs Duke. 19X0 

Best Rushing Average 

24.0 bv Ernie -\ii//i vs Svraeuse. 1961 (4 carries) 

I ongest Scoring Run From Scrimmage 

9s yards hv Sieve Atkins vs Clemson. I97X 

Longest Non-Scoring Run From Scrimmage 

76 yards hv Harrj Honk vs North Carolina, 1949 

Most Rushes In a Half 

32 hv Charlie Wysocki vs Duke, 1980 (second half) 

PASSIM, 

Most >ards (iained Passing 

355 bv Boomer I siason vs. Auburn (23 37). 1983 

Most Passes Attempted 

4X hv Stan Gelbaugh vs Penn State, (completed 22) 19X4 

Most Passes Completed 

24 hv "Boomer" Esiason vs West Virginia and Clemson. 

(attempted 40 & 39) 
Best Completion Percentage 
(Minimum. 10 attempts) 
.909 hv Bob Avellini vs Duke. 1974(10 ol 111 
Most Touchdown Passes Thrown 
4 h> Mark Manges vs Villanova. 1975 
Most Passes Caught 
1 I hv John Tice vs Clemson. I9N2 
Most Yards (iained Bv Pass Receptions 
188 bv Russell Davis vs. Penn State. 1982 (7) 



1982 



I ongest Scoring Pass and Run 

ird bj Stan I av im to Ed Bolton ■ I arolit a 1949 (pass 

1 5 yards, inn 77 yard 
Longest Scoring Run After Pass 

' 7 v.inK in I d Bolton "ii pa from Stan I avine vs South Carolina 

1949 (pass IS \aids) 
longest Non-Scoring Pass and Run 
73 yards hv ["ommj Mont to Hubie Werner vs Lakchurst. 1942 (pass 

32 yards, i un 4 1 yards) 
Longest Non-Scoring Run After Pass 

II yards hv Hubie Werner vs Lakehursl 194 ird pass from 

Tommy Mont 
I ongest Scoring Pass 

10 v a ids hv Dick Novak 10 Inn Davidson vs Wesl Virginia ' 
Longest Non-Scoring Pass 

50 v.nds hv Alan Pastrana to Ralph Donofrio vs Wake Forest, 1966 
Most Passes Mad Intercepted 
4 hv Dick Shinei vs Navj 1963 
4 bv Alan Pastrana vs < lemson I96( 
4 bv I arrv Dick vs North Carolina. 1977 
Most Passes Intercepted 
4 hv 1 endell Jones vs Duke. 19X2 
Most Yards (iained On Interception Runhacks 

III vards by Dick Lewis vs North Carolina State. 1956 
longest Scoring Run of Intercepted Pass 

100 vards hv Joe Horning vs Missouri. 1951 (105 actual) 

100 yards hv Dickie Lewis vs N.C State. 1956 (103 actual) 

100 yards hv lorn Blown vs Virgina. 1962 

Longest Non-Scoring Run of Intercepted Pass 

X9 vards hv Kevin Benson vs Virginia. 1973 

Longest Scoring Run of Intercepted Pass Bv Opponent 

93 v.udsbv Waltet Matson ol Pennsylvania. 1941 

OTHERS 

Most Punts 

12 bv Steve Adams vs. Florida. 19X1 (466 yds ) 

Most Total Yards Punting 

510 h> Bill Guckeyson vs Syracuse. 1936 

Best Punting Average 

53 yards bv I ynn Beightol vs Oklahoma. 1956 Orange Bowl (3 punts) 

longest Punt With Roll 

xs vards hv John Fritsch vs Miami. 1956 

Note "I'm/" Brooke Brewer had a 93-yard punt vs VWI, 1916 

hut records are incomplete Kick may have been measured from 

point of kick, not Irom line of scrimmage. 
Longest Punt With Roll Bv Opponent 
84 yards hv Charlie Justice ol North Carolina. I94X 
Most Punts Returned 

X hv I arrv Marshall vs Villanova, 1971 ( 141 yards) 
Most \ ards (iained Returning Punts 

146 bv Boh Shemonski vs North Carolina State. 1950 (5 returns) 
Longest Punt Return For Touchdown 
90 vards bv Dick Nolan vs Clemson. 1953 
I ongest Punt Return For Touchdown Bv Opponent 
100 vards hv I rank Brady ol Navv. 1951 
longest Non-Scoring Punt Return 
67 yards hv John McVickei vs Svraeuse. 1956 
Most Punts Blocked 
I hv several players 
Most Kickoffs Returned 

6 bv Larry Marshall vs Miami (Ohio), 1969 I I 29 yards) 
Most Y ards Returning Kickoffs 
153 bv lorn Brown vs Miami. 1962 (5 returns) 
Longest Kickoff Return For Touchdown 
100 yards hv Dick Novak and Dennis Condie vs Virginia. I960 

actual I. Novak ret to nine yard line, then latcraled to Condie who 

returned 91 yards 
100 yards by Kennv Ambrusko vs. Navv. 1964 I 101 actual) 
longest Kickoff Return For Touchdown Bv Opponent 
93 v.uds bv Jim McPherson ol North Carolina. 1926 
I ongest Non-Scoring Kickoff Return 
97 yards hv Sammv Johnson vs Vandetbilt. 1980 
longest Scoring Run With Recovered Fumble 
23 yards bv Howie Dare vs North Carolina State. 1954 
longest Non-Scoring Run With Recovered Fumble By Opponent 
75 yards bv Dave Russell of Washington and I ee. 1942 
Most Opponents' Fumbles Recovered 
3 hv Tom Gunderman vs. Miami. 1957 



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Longest Field Coal 

54 yards by Steve Mike-Mayer vs Villanova. 1973 



SINGLE GAME RECORDS - TEAM 

SCORING 

Highest Score 

Maryland 80 - Washington College 0. 1427 

Most Total Points Scored Bv Both Teams 

90 in 1971; Maryland 27 Penn Slate 63 

Largest Victory Margin 

so-o 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. I by Larry Dick) 

Most Touchdowns Scored Passing Bv Opponents 

4 bv Wake Forest. 1958 (3 bv Norm Snead, 1 bv Charlie Parker) 

4 by Virginia. 1965 (bv Bob Davis) 

Florida. 1971 (by John Reaves) 

Penn State. 1982 (by Todd Blackledge) 

Miami (Fla.), 1984 (by Bernie Kosar) 
Most Safeties Scored 
2 vs. Delaware. 1974 
2 vs. Georgetown. 1950 
2 vs. Villanova, 1974 



4 bv 

4 bv 
4 by 



TOTAL OFFENSE 



220 passing) 



Most Total Yards Gained 

802 vs. Virginia. 1975 (582 rushing 
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 \s. Virginia Tech, 1950 (577 yards, 55 rushes) 

Fewest Net Yards Gained Rushing Bv Opponents 

Minus 21 bv West Virginia. 1951 

Minus 21 by UCLA, 1955 

Most First Downs Rushing 

28 vs. Virginia. 1975 

Fewest First Downs Rushing Bv Opponent 

by Wake Forest. 1973; by Virginia, 1980 
Fewest First Downs Rushing 

1 vs. Michigan State. 1944 
I 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) 

48 vs. Penn State. 1984 (22 completions for 308 yards) 

Most Passes Completed 

27 vs. Penn State, 1971 (40 attempts for 336 yards) 

Fewest Passes Completed 

vs. Michigan State. 1944 (I attempt) 



\s Vanderbilt. 1948 (12 attempts) 

vs. Missouri. 1951 (3 attempts) 
Fewest Passes Attempted 

1 \s Michigan State. 1944 
I \s 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 bv Pennsvkania. 1941 
Most First Downs Passing 
18 w Penn State. 1971 
Fewest First Downs Passing 
13 times, last \s. Wake Forest, 1969 
Most Passes Attempted Bv Opponents 
67 by Wake Forest, 198 I "(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) 
bv Kentucky, 1956 (3 attempts) 
Fewest Yards Gained Passing By Opponents 
Minus I by Clemson. 1956 



OTHERS 

Most Punts 

14 \s 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 vards \s. Washington and lee. 1951 ( 1 55 yards. 3 punts) 

Most Total First Downs 

35 vs. Virginia. 1975 

35 vs. Clemson. 1984 

Fewest Total First Downs 

1 \ v Michigan State. 1944 

Fewest Total First Downs By Opponent 

I b\ 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, I960 

vs. Virginia, 1960 

vs. Syracuse. 1972 

vs. Duke. 1973 

vs. Penn State. S\racuse. Duke. 1977 

vs. West Virginia* N.C. State. 1980 

Most Fumbles Lost 

6 vs. North Carolina. 1947 

Most Fumbles Bv Opponents 

8 bv South Carolina, 1947 

8 by Mississippi. 1953 

Most Opponents' Fumbles Recovered 

5 vs. Missouri in Gator Bowl. Ian I. 1950 

5 vs. West Virginia. 1950 

5 v. North Carolina. I960 

Most Penalties 

18 vs. Virginia Tech. 1950 

Most Yards Penalized 

147 \s. Duke. 1982 

Fewest Penalties 

vs. Duke, 1941 

Most Penalties By Opponents 

15 b\ Miami. 1957 

Most Yards Opponents Penalized 
136 by Penn State. 1982 
Fewest Penalties B> Opponents 
b\ Western Maryland. 1937 
bv Western Maryland, 1939 
by Florida: 1939' 
h\ Washington and Lee. 1941 
h\ William and Mary. 1945 
bv South Carolina. 1953 



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SKASON RECORDS - INDIVIDl Al 



s< ()KIN(; 

Most Points Scored, Regular Season 

102 h\ Ri( k Badanjek 1984 1 1 1 games) 

Most Poinla Scored, One Season Including Bowl Games 

I 14 b) I .mi Gambino (96 in 1947 season plus J TDs in 1948 < iatot 

Bowl) 
M4 bj Rick Badanjek (102 in 19X4 season plus 2 IDs in 1984 Sun 

Bowl) 
Most Points Scored B\ Freshman 

56 by Rick Badanjek. 1982 (9 touchdowns and conversion pass) 
Must rouchdowns Scored Regular Season 
16 h\ Lou Gambino, 1947 (lOgames) 
id h\ Bob Shemonski, I9S0(I0 games) 
16 b\ I d Vereb. 1955 1 10 games) 

16 bj Kick Badanjek, 1984 1 1 1 games) 

Must 1 ouchdowns Scored One Season, Including Bowl Games 
19 bj Lou Gambino (16 in 1947 season plus I in 1948 Gatoi Bowl) 
is h\ Rick Badanjek (16 in 1984 season plus 2 in 1984 Sun Bowl) 
Most Points-After-Touchdowns Scored 
39 b\ Jess Atkinson, 1982 

Most rOUChdOWn Passes ( aught 

s b\ Dan Bungori. 1971 in II games 
Most touchdowns Responsihilitv (Run and Pass) 
21 by Man Pastrana. 1966 (17 TD passes, 4 TDs) 
Most Field Goals 

17 h\ Dale (astro. 1979 

17 b} less Atkinson 14X4 

Most Consecutive Held Goals 

16 b) Dale Castro. 1979 (NCAA record) 

Most Points Bv kicking 

ss In less Atkinson. 1984 



TOTAL OFFENSE 

Most \ ards Total Offense ( Rushing and Passing) 

! "hi b\ "Boomer" Esiason.1983 

Most Total Plavs 

.169 h\ "Boomer" Esiason, 1982 

RUSHING 

Most Net > ards Rushing. Regtdar Season 

1,359 h\ Charlie Wysocki, 19X0 

Most Rushes 

3.14 h> Charlie Wysocki, 1980 

Best Rushing Average 

9 s yards bj Chel Hanulak. 1953 
A\erage Yards Per Game 

126.7 bj Charlie Wysocki. 1979 

PASSING 

Most ^ ards Gained Passing 

2.322 he "Boomer" Esiason, 1981 

Most Passes Attempted 

.114 b> "Boomer" Esiason, 1982 

Most Passes Completed 

I "6 h\ "Boomer" Esiason, 1982 

Best Completion Percentage 

639 b\ Frank Reich. 1984(108 ol I69i 

621 h\ Dale Bett\ in 10 games. I960 (completed 82 of 132) 

Most Touchdown Passes Thrown 

18 bj "Boomer" Esiason. 1982 

Most Passes Caught 

51 h> Greg Hill, 1984 (820 yards) 

4" b\ Tom Brown in 10 games. 1962 (577 \ards) 

Most Yards Gained on Pass Receptions 

820 b> Greg Hill, 1984(51 receptions. I I games) 

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 h\ Bob 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 bv Dale Castro. 



1979 



Best Punting Average 

43.7 bj Bill Wall games. 1955 (15 punts) Walkeradded 

punts in l') 1 -!' Orangt Bowl fot an 1 1 -gat .1 41 2. 19 

punts 
Most Punts Returned 

40 h\ Boh Smith in 1 1 120 irds) 

Most \, ards t.aiued in Punt Returns 
420 hs Boh Smith in I I games. 1971 140 returns) 
Best Punt Return Average (More than Three) 

24 5 h\ l nm Hi own ot 196 1 
Most Kiekoffs Returned 

25 b\ Keeta Covington I984(479yard 1 1 games) 
24 by Kenny Dutton 1967 (454 yard I 

Most \ ards Gained on Kickoff Returns 

587 b\ I an>. Marshall on 22 returns 19 ' I 

Best Kickoff Return A\erage (More Than Three) 

44 yards bj Howie Dare 1957 (6 returns Lot 264 yards) 

Best Point-After-Touchdown Average 

l 000 bj lohn Hannigan 1961 1 17 for 17) 

looo h\ Bernardo Bramson, 1965 (15 for 15) 

i 000 bj less Atkinson. I9H2 (39 foi 19) 

I ooo h\ less Mkinson 1983 (28 foi 28) 

SEASON RECORDS - TEAM 



SCORING 

Most Points Scored 

353 in 9 regular season games. 1951 

IS! in II regulai season games. I9K2 

Fewest Points Scored (Lull Season) 

39 in 9 games. 1940 

Most Points Scored Bv Opponents 

299 in 10 games 1968 

Fewest Points Scored B> Opponents 

31 in 10 regular season games. 1953 

Most Touchdowns Scored 

52 in 9 regular season games. 1951 

Most field Goals Scored 

17 in 1979 

17 in 1984 

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 I regular season games. 19X2 

TOTAL OFFENSE 

Most Yards Gained Rushing and Passing 

4.910 in 1984 (2.108 rushing. 2.602 passing) 

Most Yards (iained Rushing and Passing Bv Opponents 

4.192 in 10 games. 1968 (2.272 rushing. 1,920 passing) 

Fewest Yards Gained Rushing and Passing By Opponents 

1.691 in 10 games. 1955(761 yards rushing. 930 passing) 

RUSHING 

Most Yards (iained Rushing 

2.921 in 9 regular season games. 1951 

Most Rushing Plays 

hS4 in 1976 (2.874 sards) 

Most Yards (iained Rushing Bv Opponents 

2.371 in 9 games. 1967 

PASSING 

Most Yards (iained Passing 
2.602 in 1984 
Most Passes Attempted 
.332 in 1983 (old mark 329 in 1982) 
329 in II games. 1982 
Most Passes Completed 

189 in 1984. II games (old mark. 1X5 in 1983) 
1X5 in 1983 (old" mark 184 in 19X2) 
184 in II games. 1982 (329 attempts) 
Best Passing Percentage 
.618 in 1984. II games ( 189 of 306) 
593 in II games. 1973 (118 of 199) 
Most Yards Gained Passing Bv Opponents 
2.915 in 1981 

Fewest Yards Gained Passing Bv Opponents 
731 in 10 games. 1957 (Note: early records incomplete) 
Best Passing Percentage Bv Opponents 
598 in 1981 (265 445) 



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Most Pass Interceptions 

34 in 9 games, 195! 

38 in 10 games, including the 28-13 victory over Tennessee in the 

Sugar Bowl, Jan. I. 1952 
Most Pass Interceptions By Opponents 

23 in 10 games. 1948 



OTHERS 

Most Punts 

84 in II games, 1979 

Most Yards All Punts 

2,832 in 10 games. 1969 (73 punts); 3.180 in II games. 1970 

Best Punting Average 

42.6 in 1974(54 punts) 

Most Punts By Opponents 

94 in I! games, 1979 

Most First Downs By Opponents 

226 in 1983 (old mark 222 in 10 games 1968) 

Most Total First Downs 

256 in 1984 (141 rushing -- 1 12 passing — 3 penalty) 

Most Fumbles 

44 in 10 games. 1950 (Lost 22) 

Most Opponents' Fumbles 

40 in 10 games, I960 (Maryland recovered 19) 

40 in II games. 1971 (Maryland recovered 22) 

Fewest Fumbles 

17 in 10 games. I960 (Lost 7) 

Most Penalties 

88 in 11 games. 1982 

Most Yardage Lost By Penalties 

851 in II games, 1982 

Best Season 

1976 - Won 1 1 LostOdunng regular season, lost to Houston 30-21 in 

Cotton Bowl for 1 I -I 
Worst Season 
1967 - WonO 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 

308 - KICKING — bv Jess Atkinson. 1981-84(128 PAT - 60 FG) 

214 - RUN & PASS - by Rick Badanjek. 1982 — (34 TDs — 5 

conversion runs) 
Most Touchdowns Scored, All Games 

34 by Rick Badanjek, 1982 - (32 rushing — 2 pass receiving) 
Most Points-After-Touchdown Scored 
128 by Jess Atkinson. 1981-84(131 attempts) 
Most Touchdown Passes Caught 
18 by Greg Hill. 1982-84 



Most Touchdowns Responsibilitv, Run and Pass 

46 by Boomer Esiason. 1981-83 

Most Field Goals 

60 by Jess Atkinson. 1981-84 (82 attempts) 

Most Consecutive Field Goals 

16 by Dale Castro. 1979 (NCAA record) 

Most Consecutive Points After Touchdown Kicked 
93 by Jess Atkinson. 1981-84 

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 

RLSHING 

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 vards bv 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 

.629 bv Frank Reich, 1983-84(132 of 210) 

.586 by BobAvellini. 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 Bv Pass Receptions 

1,721 bv Greg Hill, 1982-84(97 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 

Most Tackles 

485 by Eric Wilson. 1981-84 

NCAA: Most Points Coming From Behind To Win 

31 — Terps trailed Miami(Fla) 31-0 at half-time — came back to win 

42-40 

Only Division I A team to trail by more than 28 points and win 

game 

Called the GREATEST COMEBACK IN NCAA HISTORY 




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YEAR BY YEAR RECORDS 



ix'i: (iiioi 

ii si lohns SO 

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I piscopal Hi 16 

ikii (6-0-0) 

)6 I astern III II 

III Central Mi 

18 Ball Citj ( ol 

6 si lohns Col n 

18 V. M.I ( ol in 

u> Orienl \th Col 6 

IH>*4 (3-3-0) 

52 W Md Col 

12 Wash Col 

6 si lohns 22 

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21 



1896 (6-2-2) 

I astern Hi 6 

Gallaudel 

Business Hi 

( entral Hi 6 

Alexandria Hi 

Bethel Mil v 10 

Episcopal Hi ft 

West M.I 6 

Central Hi (I 

1 ol Md, 

18"»7 (2-4-0) 

Central Hi 6 

I astern Hi o 

Johns Hopkins 30 

si lohns 6 

Gallaudel 16 

Ball M..I Col 10 

1898 (2-5-0) 
Columbian I 17 



Wesl Md 
Eastern Hi 
Gallaudel 

.lohns Hopkins 
Episcopal Hi. 
Rock Hill Col. 



Wesl M.I 
Eastern Hi 

.lohns Hopkins 
Delaware Col 
St. .lohns 



1899 II -4-0 1 



52 



33 

16 

37 





21 



40 

34 

62 



1900 (3-4-1) 

Western Hi 

Gib. Ath. CI 17 

Georgetown Prep 5 

Episcopal Hi 34 

Gonzaga Hi II 

Georgetown I'rep 

Gonzaga (l 

Char. Hall A. (I 



1901 (1-7-01 



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10 

6 

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Gallaudel Re 
Johns Hopkins 
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Central Hi 
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WalTc Ath CI 
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1902 (3-5-2) 
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6 
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1101 (7-4-1) 

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5 ( lifton \ih ii 

21 Gunton lent (I 

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28 Wash ( ol (I 

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16 

35 



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22 



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1906 (5-3-01 

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Mt. Wash. Col. 

Si Johns 

Rock Hill Col 
Wash. Col. 

1907 (.3-6-0) 

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Georgetown 

Richmond Col 

Navj 

Ml St Mar.s 

Geo Washington 

Wash Col. 

St Johns 

Gallaudet 

1908 (3-8-0) 

Central Hitzh 

Tech. High 

Richmond Col 
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Balto Polv 

Si Johns 

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Geo Washington 



18 






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Gcorite Washineton 

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10 
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12 
12 

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6 
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6 ( atholit I 6 

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6 West Md u 

6 Gallaudel 2 

1912 (6-1-1) 

II lech High 6 

46 Richmond Co! 

58 I ol Md . 

I ' lohns Hopkins 
ii si lohns . 27 

H Gallaudel 6 

17 West Md. 7 

13 Perm Mil Col 13 

1913 (6-3-0) 

27 Ball.. ( n\ in 
45 Ruhmoi 
26 Johns Hopkins 
4' West Md o 

Nan 76 

13 Si Johns o 
26 Wash Col 

(I Gallaudel II 

7 I'enn Mil 

1914 (5-3-0) 

Balto Polv 6 

6 Catholic I 

H West Md 20 

14 Johns Hopkins 

10 Si Johns 

1 Wash. Col 

Gallaudel 23 

26 Penn Mil . 

1915 (6-3-0) 

II Balto Polj 

(I Haverford 

Catholic U 16 

III Gallaudet 1 

14 Penn Mil 13 

2" St Johns 14 

28 Wash Col M 
51 West Md . 

Johns Hopkins J 

MARYLAND 
STATE 

1916 (6-2-0) 

6 Dickinson 

\a\ s 14 

15 V M I 9 
6 Haverford 7 

31 St Johns 6 

III N V ( .... 7 

13 Catholic U .. 9 
54 Johns Hopkins 

1917 (4-.3-1) 

20 Dela. Col 

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14 \ M I .... 14 

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13 St Johns 



55 



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7 Johns Hopkins 



57 




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20 
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1919 (5-4-0) 

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Virginia 

West Va 27 

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Princeton 

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24 Johns Hopkins 

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7 North Carolina 16 

Yale 28 

16 Catholic LI 

Carnegie Tech 21 

6 N. C. State 6 



1922 (4-5-1) 

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Richmond 

Pennsylvania 

Princeton 

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26 

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Va. Poly 

North Carolina 

St. Johns 

Yale 

N. C. State 

Catholic V 6 

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16 


16 
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1924 (3-3-3) 

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Wash. & Lee 

Richmond 

Va. Poly 
North Carolina 

Catholic U 

Yale 

Washington & Lee ... 
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1926 (5-4-1) 

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Chicago 

Va. Polv 
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6 
13 
6 
13 
13 
24 
39 




60 

13 

21 

21 

20 

14 

41 

13 

(I 

21 

7 





13 

7 

6 

6 

41 

20 

12 

13 

35 

41 



63 
6 

(I 

24 
12 
II 
7 
6 
23 
7 



20 



13 
7 

7 

27 

33 




1927 (4-7-0) 
Wash Col. . 

South Carolina 

North Carolina 

Va. Polv 
VMI 

W & L 

Yale 

Virginia 

Vanderbilt 

Johns Hopkins 

Florida 







7 

7 

6 

13 

30 

21 

39 

14 

7 



1928 (6-3-1) 

Wash Col . 

North Carolina 26 

South Carolina 21 



West Md 

V.M.I. 

Va. Polv 

Yale 

Virginia 

W & l. 

Johns Hopkins 

1929 (4-4-2) 

Wash Col 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Gallaudet 

V.M I 
Virginia . 
Yale 
Va Poly 

Johns Hopkins 

West Md 



6 

9 

2 

6 

7 
43 
26 
6 
7 
13 
13 

6 

i: 



1930 (7-5-0) 

Wash Col 6 

Yale 40 

North Carolina 28 



St. Johns 

V M I 

Virginia 

W ' & I 

V Poly . 
Navj 

Johns Hopkins 

Vanderhilt 

West Md . 



Wash Col 

Virginia 

Navy 

Kentucky 

VMI 

Va Poly . 

Vanderhilt ... 

W. &L . 

Johns Hopkins 

Vvesi Md ....... 



1931 (8-1-1) 



Wash. Col 
Virginia 

Va. Polv 

Duke ... 

St Johns 

V.M.I 

Vanderhilt 

Navv 

W & I 

Johns Hopkins 

West. Md . 



1932 (5-6-0) 



St Johns 
Va. Polv . 
Tulane 

V.M.I 

Wesi Md 

Virginia 

Duke 

.Inhns Hopkins 

W & I . . 

Florida 



1933 (3-7-0) 



13 
II 
6 
7 
7 
6 



22 
7 



II 
6 

6 

20 


39 
7 

14 
6 





7 

23 

34 

7 

7 

13 

28 



(I 

39 




14 
20 
19 
13 

6 
38 

7 
I? 
19 



W & 1 

13 Navv 

14 Va Polv 

21 Honda 

20 Virginia 

23 VMI. ... 

Indiana 

Georgetown .... 
Johns Hopkins 



14 
6 
19 



13 St Johns 



1934 (7-3-0) 



7 
16 
9 



17 





1935 (7-2-2) 
6 

Va. Poly 

North Carolina 33 

VMI 

Florida 6 

Virginia 

Indiana 13 

W & I 

Georgetown 6 

Syracuse 

West Md 

1936 (6-5-0) 

St Johns 

Va. Poly 

North Carolina 14 

Virginia 



39 St John 

7 



6 

20 

14 

7 

(I 
12 





20 
6 

21 
12 
20 
6 
7 
6 
19 




Richmond 

Syracuse 

Florida 

VMI . 
Georgetown 
W & L. . 
West Md 





7 

13 
7 
6 

12 



1937 (8-2-0) 

St. Johns 

Pennsylvania 28 

Vvcsi Md 

Virginia 

Syracuse 

Florida 7 

V.M.I 7 

Penn State 21 

Georgetown 2 

W. & L. 

1938 (2-7-0) 

Richmond 19 

Penn State 33 

Syracuse 53 

West Md 8 

Virginia 27 

V.M 1 4" 

Flonda 21 

Georgetown 14 

W & L 13 



1939 (2-7-0) 



26 
12 


Hamp -Syd 
West Md. 


7 
12 



Virginia . 
Rutgers 
Florida . . . 







Georgetown 
Penn State 
VMI 


7 


S\ racuse 



1940 (2-6-1) 



Hamp -Syd 

Pennsylvania 

Virginia 

Florida 

Wesl Md 
Georgetown . 
V M I 

Rutgers 

W & I 



1941 (3-5-1) 



Hamp -Syd 
Wesl Md .. 
Duke 

Florida 

Pennsylvania 
Georgetown 
Rutgers 
\ M I 
W & 1 






i: 

:• 

14 
20 
12 
13 

10 



7 
51 
19 
|u 


41 
20 

7 

7 





6 

50 

i: 

55 
26 
20 

27 

li 



56 



1942 (7-2-0) 

14 < onnecticul 

14 LakeNAS 

27 Rm^c-ts n 

(i V M l 29 

51 Wesi m.i ii 

H Florida <) 

ii Duke 42 

27 Virginia 12 

i; v. a i 2x 

1943 (4-5-0) 

7 Cutis B.CG 13 
I t Wake I oresl 

19 Rah \\H 6 

2 Wesl \.. ft 

(i Penn State 4i 

43 Greem \\H 18 

li Virginia ' l| 

n Bainbridgi 46 

21 V.M.I 14 

1944 (1-7-1) 

ii Hamp S\.l 12 

n Wake I oresi 19 

6 Wesl \ .i 6 
ii Mich Stati 8 

(i 1 I. Hill. I 14 

Virginia 18 

ii Mich Stati 33 

19 Penn State '4 

8 V.M.I ft 

1045 (6-2-1) 

60 Guilford Col ft 

21 Richmond <> 

22 Mereh M \ ft 
H Va Polj 21 

13 Wesl Va 13 

14 \\ & M 33 
it V.M.I 
19 Virginia 13 
14 South Carolina 13 

1041. |3-60| 

54 Bainbridge 

7 Richmond 3" 

North Carolina 33 

ft Va Polj u 

" w & M. 41 

17 South Carolina 21 

24 W & 1 

14 Mich State 2ft 

7 N C Stale 28 

1947 (7-2-2) 

19 South Carolina 13 

43 Delaware 19 

18 Richmond ft 
7 Duke 19 

21 Va Polj 19 

27 Wcm Va ii 

32 Duquesne 

North Carolina 19 

20 Vanderbill ft 

N C State 

id. nor Bowl. Jan I. 1948) 

20 Georgia 20 

1948 (6-4-0) 

19 Richmond (I 

21 Delaware 

28 Va Polj 

12 Duke 13 

47 George Washington 

27 Miami 13 

19 South Carolina 

20 North Carolina 49 

ii Vanderbilt 34 

14 West Virginia Ift 

1949 (9-1-0) 

34 Va Polj 7 

33 Georgetown 7 

7 Mich. State 14 

14 N. C State ... ft 

44 South Carolina 7 

40 George Washington 14 

14 Boston U .... 13 

47 West Va 7 

13 Miami 

(Gatoi Bowl Jan I. 1950) 

20 Missouri 7 



7 
'5 
14 
25 
13 

!6 
23 

7 
41 
63 



54 

ii 
41 
14 

35 
40 
SI 

54 
28 



20 
52 
20 
40 
2ft 
30 
24 
27 
38 
21 



20 

7 

13 

33 

7 
20 
42 
16 
48 
74 



I9MI (7-2 11 

< leoi i'i.i 

\a.\ 21 
Mich Stati 

Georgetown 14 

\ ( Stall Ift 

Dul. II 

George Washington 
North ( 'arolina 

West \.i (I 

\ P I 

1951 (10-0-0) 
W. & I 14 

( leoi ge w ashington I 

( leoi ri.i 

North i arolina 

I s I (I 

Missouri 

Nav\ II 

N C Slate 

West \a 7 

(Si eat Bowl Ian I 1952) 

rennessee I ' 

1952 (7-2-0) 

Missouri III 
Auburn 

Clemson o 

Georgia 

Navy 7 

I s I 6 
Boston T 

Mississippi 21 

Manama 27 

1953 (10-1-0) 

National C hampions 

( o-C hampions. ACC 

Missouri ft 

W & 1 ll 

Clemson 

Georgia ............. 13 

North ( 'arolina 

Miami I Ha ) 

South Carolina ft 

George Washington ft 

Mississippi II 

Alabama I) 

lOrange Bowl Jan I 1954) 

Oklahoma 7 



1954 (7-2-1) 
Kenluck\ 
U C LA 
Wake Forest . 
North Carolina .. . 
Miami < Fla.) 
South Carolina 
N C State 

Clemson 

George Washington 
Missouri 



(I 
12 
13 



9 

14 


13 



1955 (10-1-0) 
Co-Champions AC < 

Missouri 12 

U.C.L.A 

Ba\loi ft 

Wake Forest 

North Carolina 

Syracuse 13 

South Carolina 

IS U 

Clemson 12 

George Washington 

(Orange Bowl Jan I. I9<ftl 

Oklahoma 20 

1956 (2-7-1) 

Syracuse 26 

Wake Forest 

Bavlor 14 

MiamalFlal 13 

North Carolina 34 

Tennessee 14 

Kentucky 14 

Clemson ft 

South Carolina 13 

V C State 14 



13 

ll 
27 
21 

ii 
10 

7 

Ift 
12 





ll 
Hi 

n 

7 

10 
14 

''• 
44 



27 

ii 

(I 

7 

14 

ft 

14 

2H 

55 

u 



31 

7 
10 
19 
14 
15 
9 



7 
13 

14 
31 
24 
13 
7 
7 
14 
40 



14 

13 

12 

7 

2| 

32 

15 

7 

6 

21 



N ( 

Wal I 

Tcnnessi 

l 

Virginia 

1951 (4-6-01 
Wake Foresi 
N i Slate 

' on 

I \AM 

North ( arolina 

Auburn 

South < arolina 
Navj 

Miami (Fla i 

a 



48 
14 
II 
7 
Ift 
6 

(i 



34 

ft 

■ 
14 
27 
20 

ft 
40 
14 

6 



1959 (5-5-0) 
West Va 

Texas 2ft 

29 

Waki I 10 
North ( arolina 

South Carolina 22 

Navj 22 

Clemson 25 

Virginia 12 

N ( State 28 

1960 (6-4-0) 

w est \ a 8 

(exas 34 

Duke .. 20 

N C State 13 

Clemson I 7 

Wake Forest 13 

South Carolina 

Penn Slate ... 28 

North Carolina 19 

Virginia 12 

1961 (7-3-0) 

SMI ft 

Clemson 21 

Syracuse 21 

North Carolina 14 

Air Force 

South Carolina 20 

Penn State 17 

N C. State 

Wake Forest 7 

Virginia 28 

1962 (6-4-01 

s\ll 

Wake Forest 2 

N. C. State ft 

North Carolina 13 

Miami 28 

South Carolina II 

Penn State 23 

Duke 10 

Clemson I" 

Virginia 18 

1963 (3-7-0) 

N ( State 3ft 

South Carolina 21 

Duke 30 

North Carolina 14 

Air Force 14 

Wake Forest 

Penn State 17 

Navj 42 

Clemson 21 

Virginia 6 



1964 (5-51 

3 Oklahoma 13 

24 South Carolina 6 

13 N C State 14 

17 Duke 24 

10 North Carolina 9 

17 Wake Forest 21 

9 Penn State 17 



2" Na\\ 



22 



1957 (5-5-0) 
13 Texas A & M 21 



34 Clemson 

10 Virginia 



57 



1965 (4-6) 

24 Ohio U 7 

7 Syracuse 24 

10 Wake Forest 7 

10 North Carolina 12 

' N C State 29 

27 South Carolina 14 

7 Navy 19 

6 Clemson 

27 Virginia 33 

7 Penn State 19 

1966 (4-6) 

7 Penn State 15 

34 Wake Forest 7 

7 Syracuse 34 

21 Duke 19 

28 West Va 9 

14 South Carolina 2 

21 N. C.State 24 

10 Clemson 14 

17 Virginia 41 

21 Florida State 45 

1967 (0-9) 

Oklahoma 35 

3 Syracuse 7 

9 N. C.State 31 

North Carolina 14 

South Carolina 31 

3 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 

2! 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 12 

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 

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 7 

17 Virginia 7 

1980 (8-4) 

7 Villanova 3 

31 Vanderbilt 6 

14 West Virginia II 

3 North Carolina 17 

9 Pittsburgh 38 

10 Penn State 24 

11 Wake Forest 10 

17 Duke 14 

24 N. C. State 

34 Clemson 7 

31 Virginia 

(Tangerine Bowl Dec. 20. 1980) 

20 Florida 35 

1981 (4-6-1) 

17 Vanderbilt 23 

13 West Virginia 17 

34 N. C. State 9 

17 Syracuse 17 

10 Florida 15 

45 Wake Forest 33 

24 Duke 21 

10 North Carolina 17 

7 Tulane 14 

7 Clemson 21 

48 Virginia 

1982 (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. 1982) 

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 

1984 (9-3-0) 

7 Syracuse 23 

14 Vanderbilt 23 

20 West Virginia 17 

38 Wake Forest 17 

24 Penn State 25 

44 N.C. State 21 

43 Duke 7 

34 North Carolina 23 

42 Miami 40 

41 Clemson 23 

45 Virginia 34 

(Sun Bowl Dec. 22. 1984) 

28 Tennessee 27 



58 



A V, Wll I IAMS \Vi \KI> 

1955 Ronnie Waller (Football) 

1956 I \nn Beightol (Football) 

1956 Jack Davis (Football) 

1957 Howard H Dare, li il ootball) 

1958 Robert Rusevlyan il ootball) 

1959 Allen .1 Bunge (Basketball) 

ls>6() Dale Bctt\ (Football) 

1961 Donald Brown (Baseball) 

i l )( > .'' Clayton Beard more (I acrosae) 

1963 Samuel G, Bossert (Wrestling) 

|4(,4 Robert J Kopnisky (Wrestling) 

1965 Donald Dunphj (Swimming) 

1966 Frank Costello 1 1 rack I 

1967 Robert (' Karch (Wrestling) 

1968 Roland l : Merritt (Track) 

1969 David C Reissl hack) 

1970 John Baker (Track) 

1971 .lames 1 Norns ( Baseball) 

1972 Vince I. Struble (Track) 

1973 Albert A Neville (Football) 

1974 Krone Neal (Wrestling) 

1975 1 eroy D. Hughes (Football) 

1976 Robert W. Raba (Football) 

1976 Eugene F. Ochap ( Football) 

1977 Bradley S. Carr (Football) 

1978 Dean Richards (1 ootball) 

1979 .lames K Shatter (Football) 

1980 1 ricS. Sievers (Football) 

1981 Brian J Riendeau (Football) 

1982 David Pacella (Football) 
1983— Boomei Esiason (Football) 
1984 Eric Wtlson (Football) 



TERP 
FOOTBALL LETTERMEN 

"A" 

Abbott. Robert 1971 
Abdur-Ra'oof, Azizuddin 1984 
Absher. Dick 1964. '65. '66 
Adams. Chester 1908 
Adams. Donald 1925. '26. '27 
Adams. Ron 1963. '64 
Adams. Steve 1981 
Aitcheson. Leither 1917 
Aitcheson. Whitney 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 
Alston. O'Brien 1984 
Ambrusko, Ken 1962. '64 '65 
Amend. David 1984 
Andorka. Bill 1934 
Andrews. Olin 1908. '09. '10 
Andrus. Robert 1946 
Arbutina. Matt 1963. '64 '65 
Arizzi. Ernie 1961. "62. '63 
Armsworthv. Frank 1950 
Arnold. Bob 1984 
Askew. 1 ewis 1984 



Athey, Ronald 1955. '56 
Atkins, Steve 1975. '76. '77. "78 
Atkinson, less 1981. '82. '83. 'X4 
Augsburger, Pete 1948. '49. 'So 
Aulisi. Ed 1980. "81. "82 
Aulisi. Joe 1980. 'XI. '82 
Austin. Gerald 1982 
Avelinni, Bob 1972. '73. '74 
AM. R. W. (Dutch) 1915. '16. '17 

"B" 

Bach. Bill) 1966 
Badanjek, Rick 1982. '83, '84 
Bafford, Harold 1925. '26. '27 
Bagranoff, I arry 1963. '64. '65 
Baierl, Ralph 1953. '54 
Bailey, Caleb (Zeke) 1918, 

'19. '20. '21. '22 
Bailey, Joe 1984 
Baker, Brian 1981. '82. '83 
Baker. Charles 1906 
Baker. Pat 1965. '66. '67 
Baldante, John 1978. '79 
Baldwin. Clarence 1981. '82. '83 
Banner. Murnis I960. '61. '62 
Bannon. J. G. 1892. '93. ^4 
Barbiasz, Chris 1979. '80 
Batkalow. 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. Rav 1970. 71. 72 
Behbahani. Kambiz 1971 
Behr. Sam 1945. '47 
Behrmann. Joe 1957. '58 
Beightol. Lvnn 1951. '53. '54. '55 
Bell. Fred 1896. '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. Todd 1978. 79. '80 
Berger. Louis (Bosev) 1930. '31 
Bernardo. Ralph 1943 
Bern. Harold 1940/41 
Beslev. Kirk 1922. '24.'25 
Betty, Dale 1958. '59. '60 
Betz. Theodore 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. Rav 1953. '54 
Blackistone. Wade 1894 
Blandford. James 1897. ^8 



Bloomingdale, Alan 1971. 74 

Blount, Ah in 1983. '84 

Bobenko, Alex 1943 

Boeri Waltei 1951, '52 

Bonus. John 1962 

Boms Pete 1958. '59. '60 

Bolton. Ed. 194'). '50 

Bonk. Harry 1945. '46. '47. '48 

Bonnet, \nhur 1924. '25 

Boothe, Dan 1942 

Boring. I cs 1980. 'XI 

Bosley, John 1905 

Bosley, I ester 1918. '19. '20. '21 

Bovic, Charles 1902 

Bouscaren, William 1X97 

Bowersox, Jack 1953. '54 

Bowland, Bill 1904. '05. '06 

Bowland, Jaj 1911, '12. '13, '14 

Bow man. ( !hai les 1967 

Boxold, Charles 1953. '54 

Boyda, John 1937. '38. '39 

Bozeman, Richard 1943 

Bracken. Lou 1967. '6X 

Bradlord. Robert 1949 

Bradlcv. J. A. 1898. '99 

Bradley. Walter 1933 

Bramson. Bernardo 1964. '65. '66 

Brancato. Joe 1973. 74 

Brand. Robert 1937. '38 

Brandt. Marshall 1942 

Brannan. Jim 1970. 71. 72 

Branner. Cecil 1919. '20. '21. '22. '23 

Brant. Mike 1967. '68. '69 

Brant. Tim 1970. 71. 72 

Branthover. 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 

Breuer. Edward B. (I'nt/) 1916. 

'20. '2 1 
Brewer. Mac 1922. '23 
Brkovich. Joe 1981. '82. '83 
Broglio. Paul 1947. '48 
Bromlev. Walter 1922. '23. '24. '25 
Brougher. Don 1952. '53. '54 
Broumel. Tom I960 
Brown. David 1900. '01. '02. '03 
Brown. Donald 1984 
Brown. Gurnest 1979. "80. '81. '82 
Brown. Robert 1937. '38. '39 
Brown. Tom I960. '61. '62 
Brubaker. Eric 1975 
Brvan. 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. 74 
Burgess. Tom 1977. 78. 79 
Burglev. Bill 1956. '57 
Burke. Pat 1968. '69. 70 
Burke. Steven 19X3 
Burke. Terrv 1983. '84 
Burlin. Ralph 1939. '40. '41 
Burmeister. Doug 1984 



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Burns, Jimmy 1910 

Burruss, Llovd 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. (Curlev) 1905, '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, ^8 
Chacos, Louis 1942 
Chadick, Mike 1968 
Chalmers, George (Shorty) 1929, 

'30, '31 
Chamberlain, Glenn 1977, 78 
Chapman, Ted 1984 
Chiaverini, Len 1962, '63 
Chichowski, Tom 1963, '65, '66 
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 
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 
Colton, George 1984 
Crompton, Barnes 1892, '93 
Condie, Dennis 1960, '61 
Condon, John 1949 
Conrad, Dave 1974, 75. 76 
Conrad, Luther 1940. '41, '42 
Conroy, Brian 1984 
Continetti, Reno 1943, '44 
Cooke, Ed 1955, '57 
Cooke, Sam 1897, '98, ^9 



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, '84 
Covington, Bryant 1983, '84 
Cozzi, Richard 1975 
Cowdrey, Chris 1970, 71, 72 
Cox, Doug 1983, '84 
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 

D'Atri, Pat 1984 

Dailey, Darnell 1978, 79, '81 

Daly, Ed 1934, '35, '36 

Dalv, 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 

De Armey, 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 

Dickev, 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, '84 

Donofrio. Ralph 1966, '67 

Doory, Frank 1943, '44 

Dotter, Don 1977. 78 

Douglas, John 1976, 77 

Drach, Joseph 1945. '46, '47 



Dragan, Doug 1984 
Drass, Pat 1959, '60, '61 
Drimal, Chuck 1967 
Drozdov, Olaf 1962, '63, 64 
DuBois, Oscar 1942 
Duda, Mark 1979, '80, '81, '82 
Dudish. Mickey 1976, 77, 78 
Duley, Tom 1931 
Dunbar, Emmons 1900, '01, '02 
Dunham, Duane 1984 
Durbin, Mark 1981 
Dutton, Ken 1967, '68, '69 
DuVall, Mearle 1939, '40, '41 
Dwver, Frank 1939 
Dyer, John 1968, '69, 70 
Dyson, Gene 1955 

"E" 
Earley, Harold 1949 
Edel, SamT. 1919 
Edmunds, Ferrell 1984 
Edwards, Tony 1983, '84 
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, '84 
Fazio, Ron 1982, '83, '84 
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 
Fesmever, Charles 1901, '02 
Fiedor', John 1973 
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, Dwa'vne 1958, '59. '60 
Fletcher, Edward 1935, '36 
Flick, Paul 1942 
Flor, Tom 1957, '58, '59 
Flvnn, Tim 1953, '54, '55 
Forbes, John 1957, '58 
Ford, James 1977 
Forrester, James 1937, '38 
Foster. Daniel 1975 
Fotta. Bill 1976 



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Fox, Hank 1949, "50, "51 
Franklin, Jamie 1972, 75 
Frattaroli, Joe 1962, '64 
Fricdgen. Ralph 1968 
Fries. Greg 1968, '69, 70 
Fritsch, John 1955, "56, '57 
Frit/, Emile 1945. '46 
Fromang, Steve 1970, 71. 72 
Fry, Clarence (Chick) 1949, '50, '51 
Fuller ton. Ed 1950. '51. '52 
Fuller, Clifton 1X92. "93, "94 
Fulton, Ed 1973. 74. 75. 76 
Funk, Mike 1962 
Furman, Jeff 1984 
Furman, Tyrone 1981, "82. "83 
Furst. Walter 19 I I 

"G" 

Gaet/. Norman 1944 
Gaines. Mike 1970. 71. 72 
Gall. Ed 1977. 78. 79, '80 
Gallagher. Bob 1958 
Gait. Pete 1905 
Gambino, I 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 
Gayzur, Rudolph 1949 
Gebhardt. John 1967. '68 
Gelbaugh. Stan 1984 
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. '84 
Goldman. Luther 1933 
Goodman, Jim 1946. '47. '48 
Gormlev. John 1934. '35. '36 
Grace. Mike 1966. '67. '68 
Graff. Gustavius 1892. '93 
Graham. Duev 1970 
Grant. Bill 1967. '68 
Grason. Andv 1898. "99 
Greene. Tonv 1968. '69. 70 
Greer. William 1944. '45 
Gregory. Larrv 1979 
Gretz. Harrv 1933 
Grev. Chris 1978. 79 
Gross. James 1981, '82. '83 
Groves. John (Boots) 1919. 

70. "21. '22. '23 
Guckevson. Bill 1934. '35. '36 
Gunderman. Bobby 1982. '83. '84 
Gunderman. Ed 1965. '66 
Gunderman. Tom 1957. "58. '59 
Gundrv. Jesse 1921 



"II " 
Hacker. Bob 1959. '60, '61 
Hafer. 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, Chel 1951. '52. '53 
Harbert, Doug 1975. 76. 77 
Harding. Samuel (Pop) 1892. '93. "94 
Hardisty, John 1X99. 1900 
Harraka. Cireg 1982. '83. '84 
Harrell, Greg 1984 
Harris. Derick 1974 
Harris, George 1X93, '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 
Havman, Edgar 1904 
Headlev. Coleman 1934. '35. '36 
Heagv, 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, Harrv 1894. '96 
Hewitt. Frederick 1937, '38 
Hever. Frank 1940, '41 
Hickman. William 1943 
Hicks. Chaplain 1907. '08 
Hill, Darrvl 1963 
Hill. Greg" 1982, '83, '84 
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 
Hoen. Ralph 1907, '08 
Hoen, Stanley 1908 
Hoffecker. Frank 1911, '12. "13 
Hoffman. Charles 1968. '69 
Hoffman. Edward 1943 
Hoffman. Gil 1982. '83. '84 
Hoffman. Herb 1952. '53. '54 
Hoge. Hamilton 1906 
HoFder. Eric 1983. '84 
Holinka. Jeff 1983. '84 
Hons. Craig 1970 
Hoopengardner. Joe 1940. '42 
Hoover, Kim 1973. 74. 75 
Horning. Joe 1951.52. '53. "54 
Hough. John 1922. '23. "24 
Hrezo. Joe 1960. '61, '62 



Hulman. lack 1942 

Hughes. Bill 19X4 

Hughes. I eroj 1972. 73. 74, 75 

Humphries. Howard l'"> 5 '64. '65 

Hunt. Max 1940 

Hunteman, Charles 1912, 'l i 

Hurd. Art 1951. '52 

Hurson. Edward 1943 

"I" 

Id/ik. John 1947. '48. '49. '50 
Iglehart. John 1905 
[gUS, (bus 19X3. '84 
Imphong. Mike 1967 
Irvine, John 1952. '53. '54 

"J" 

Jackson. Fred 1946 
James. Robert 1941. '42. "46 
Jameson. George 1906 
Jankowski, Gary I960. '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 
Jovce. Jim 1957. '58. '59 
Joyce. Jim 1981. '82. '83 
Joyner. Willie 19X1. '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. 78 
Kafauver. Harry 1898. ^9 
Kelly, Harold 1970 
Kellv, Steve 19X3, '84 
Kemp. William 1909. '10. 'II 
Kenlev. Frank 1896. "97. "98 
Kennv. John 1964. '65 
Kensl'er. Ed 1948. '49. '50. '51 
Kern. Fred 1957. '58 
Kershner. Ted 1956. '57. '58 
Kessler. Gordon 1926. '27. 78 
Kichman. Charles 1956 
Kiernan. Paul 1931. '32 
Kilgallen. Jim 1953 
Kinard. Ben 1973. 74 
King. John 1968. '69 
Kinney. Eueene 1945. '46. '47. '48 
Kinnev. Vince 1975. 76. 77 
Kirchiro. Bill 1959. '60. '61 
Kishpaugh. W. M. 1913. '14. '15. '16 
Klaube. Ted 1975. 76. 77 
Klein. Robert 1984 
Klingerman. Doug 1964. '65 
Kloppmeyer. Charles 1906 



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Knight, Chris 1983 
Knode, Bobbv 1916, '17, '18, '19 
Knode, Ken 1911, "12, '13, '14. '15 
Koch, Peter 1981. '82, '83 
Koehler. Hugh (Pop) 1909. 

•10. Ml, '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, '84 
Kreider. John 1979, '80, '81 
Kronberg, Vic 1982 
Krouse, Bill 1939. '40 
Krouse, Ravmon 1947. '48. '49. '50 
Kubanv. Glenn 1968. '69 
Kuchta. Joe 1948. '49. '50 
Kurz, Jim 1946 



Ladvgo, Peter 1950, '51 
LeHavne. Alfred 1975 
Landolt. Dean 1968 
Leneve. Ron 1957. '58 
Lange. Robert 1973. '74 
Lanigan, Pat 1924, '25 
Larkin, Bob 1980 
Larkin. Edward 1971 
La Rue. James 1947. '48. '49 
Larv, Ralph 1977. '78. '79, '80 
Latham, Ector. 1922. '23 
Lattimer. Charles 1951. '52. '53 
Laugherv, Bob 1952 
La vine, Stanford 1948, '49 
Lavrusky, Jim 1965. '66. '67 
Lawrence. George 1938. '39 
Lawrence. James 1968 
Lawson. J. W. 1892 
Lavman. 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, Lvnn 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. '84 

"M" 
Maarleveld. John 1984 
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. Rov 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 
Mallone'e. Llovd 1942 
Manges. Mark 1974. '75. '76. '77 
Marchetto. Peter 1977 
Marcimak. Walt 1964. '65 
Marino. Chris 1983 
Markoe, Dave 1964 
Marshall. Larrv 1969. '70. '71 
Martell. James 1970. '71. '72 
Martin. Andv 1963. '64 
Martin. Bill 1957. 58 
Martin. Charles 1963. '64 
Martine. Roy 1950. '51 
Massev, Paul 1946 
Massev, 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 
Mavhew, John 1932 
Mayo, Edmund 1903 
McCarthv, John 1936. '37 
McCarthy, Joseph 1944. '45 
McCarthv. Patrick 1943. '46 
McCaw. Stewart 1934 
McDonald. John 1927. '28. '29 
McFadden, BUI 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. Wvmand 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, '84 



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Michael. R. M. 1916 

Mier. Jack 1941, '42 

Mike-Maver. Steve 1972, '73, '74 

Miles, Larry 1984 

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 

Milling. James 1984 

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, LaRov 1945. '46 

Morton. John'l939. '40. '41 

Moss. Charles 1976 

Moss. Joseph 1949. 50. "51 

Mudd. Khostka 1909. '10. '11 

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 
Nash. John 1980. '81. '82 
Navarro, Frank 1950. '51. '52 
Naylor. Ralph 1900. '01. '02 
Neal, Tommy 1983, '84 
Nelligan, Bert 1896 
Nelson. Richard 1932. '33. '34 
Nesbit. Andv 1918. 

'19. '20. '21. '22 
Nestor, Paul 1951. '52 
Neville. Al 1971. '72. '73 



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Nick, Glenn 1977 
Nickla, Ed 1958 
Niederhelman, Joe 19X2. '83 
Nolan, Dick 1952. '53 
Norris. John 1930. '31 
Novak, Dick 1959, -60. '61 
Nusz, Dave 1953. 54. '55 

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Oberlin, I yman 1914. - I5. '16 
Ochap, Gene 1974, '75. '76 
O'Connor. Ed 1952 
Odell, Dave 1976 
O'Donncll, Dick 1954 
Oertlv. Fred 1893 
O'Hara, Dennis 1968, '69. '71 
O'Hare. Tim 1978 
Oifebeson. Whitney 1915 
Olecki. Bruce 1967', '69 
Olkewicz, Neil 1976, '77, '78 
Osborn, Downev 1923, '24 
Osier. Jerry 1962 
Owen, Norman 1943 



Pacella. David 1979, '80, '81, '82 

Pagannucci, Romeno 1919, '20. '21 

Page. Calvin 1901 

Palahunik. George 1952. '53. '54 

Palmer, Bruce 1976, 77. 78 

Pancza, Joe 1967 

Papuchis, John 1978 

Parker, Alvin 1924, '25 

Parker. Tommy 1983. '84 

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 

Petitbon, Richie 1984 

Petronaci, John 1971 

Petruzzo. Joseph 1950. '51 

Petrv. Phil 1964. '65 

Pettit. Bill 1964 

Phillips, Al 1946, '47, '48 

Pietrowski. Joseph 1945 

Piker. Robert 1945 

Pinck. Guv 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, George (Rosv) 1921. '22, '23 

Polvanski. Stan 1955" 

Poniatowski, Hank 1959. '60, '61 

Poppelman. Rav 1930. '31, '32 

Posv. Gilbert 1909. '10. '11 

Posev. Walter 1913, '14. '15. '16, '17 

Pouleur. A. L. 1902, '03 

Prough. Pearse 1892, "93 

Psira, Ken 1960 



Pue, Dick 1892, '93 
Pugh, Bill 1981 
Pugh, Charlie 1927 
Pugh, Ed 1 92 1. '22, '23. '24 
Purvis, Bart 1971, 72. 73 



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Queen. C. J. 1896 

"R" 

Raba. Robert 1973, 74. 75, 76 
Radice, Julie 1928, '29 
Rae, Tom I960, '61, '62 
Raedv. Mike 1918, '19 
Ratliff, Don 1970. 71, 72 
Reich. Frank 1983, '84 
Reillv. Charles 1969, 70. 71 
Reillv. Jack I960 
Reindeau, Brian 1980. 81 
Reitz. Mike 1972 
Renaldo. Chris 1982. '83 
Rhodes, Don 1977 
Ribinitzki, Fred 1929 
Rich, M. N. 1915, '16 
Richards. Dean 1975. 76, 77. 78 
Richev, James 1975 
Ridge'lv, Charles 1897 
Ridglev, Terry 1982, '84 
Rigby. Elmer 1940. '41. '42 
Riggleman, Mickev 1972. 73 
Riggs, M. Talbot 1919 
Roberts. Augie 1927, '28, '29 
Roberts, George 1928 
Roberts, Guv 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. '84 
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. Sevmour 1912, '13. '14 
Ruffner. Robert 1905. '06. '07 
Rusevlvn. Bob 1956, '57, '58 
Russell, Frank 1972, 73. 74 
Rvan, Charlev 1943 



Sabrowski, Jon 1984 
Sachs. George 1933, '34. '35 
Sadler. Alan 1982. '83 
Salley. Ernie 1974, 75. 76. 77 
Sampson, Neal 1984 
Sanduskv, Mike 1954, '55, '56 
Sankovich, Tom 1959. '60, "61 
Santa. Jim 1972, 73, 74 
Santacroce, Leonard 1970 
Santy. Tony 1965. '66, '67 
Sappington. Earl 1899 



Saunders, Oswald 1908. "09 
Sen bath, Dick I95X 
Scarbath, Jack 1950, '51, '52 
Schaeler. Rich 1963. '64 
Schick Inin 1973, 74. 76 
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Schmitt, Jell 1983 
Schankweiler. Scott 1983. '84 
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Schoenherr, Charley 1943 
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Schultz, Eddie 1983, '84 
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Schultz, John 1973. 74. 75 
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Sevmour. Art 1970, 71, 72 
Shaffer. Dick 1939, '40 
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Shaffer, Ron 1957, '58. '59 
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Shank. H. A. 1915 
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Sharkey, Jack 1975 
Sharpless, Rod 1973. 74 
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Shemonski. Bob 1949. '50. '51 
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Shiplev, Burt 1908. 

'09. '10. 'II. '12. '13 
Shiplev. James 1897. "98 
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Shoals. Roger 1960. '61. '62 
Shockev. Don 1940 
Shugars. Jeff 1969, 70, 71 
Sievers, Eric 1976. 77. 78. "80 
Silvester. Edward 1909 
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Simler, George 1946. '47 
Simmons. Jonathan 1981, "82. "83 
Simoldoni. Joe 1965. '66 
Simon. Mike 1976. 77. 78 
Simpson. John 1932, '33, '34 
Simpson. Mike 1962 
Skarda. Jim 1955. '56 
Skinner. W. W. 1892 



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Skotnicki, Frank 1937, '38, '39 
Sianinka, 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 
Snyder, Gerald 1926. '27. '28 
Snvder, 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, 71 
Soma. John 1984 
Sothoron, Norwood 1932. '34 
Speer, Talbot 1915 
Springer. Bruce 1965 
Stable. Svdnev 1909 
Staia, Dom 1952 
Staifort, Carl 1933, '34, '35 
Stainaker, Wallv 1967, '68, '69 
Stanford. John 1975, 76. 77 
Stankus, Rav 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 
Swingle, Dan 1984 
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, '84 



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, BUI 1955, '56, '57 
Turner, J. M. 1901 
Turyn, Vic 1945. '46. '47. '48 
Tuschak, Richard 1943 
Tweedy, James 1970, 71, 72 
Tye, Scott 1982, '84 

"U" 
Luam, James 1977, 78 
Ulam. Pat 1972, 73, 74 
Ulman, Bernie 1939, '40, '41 
Underwood, Eddie 1900 



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 
Walker, Kevin 1984 
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 
Waseleski, Barry 1984 
Waters, Jean 1954, '55, '56 
Waters, John 1924, '25 
Watkins, Ben 1896 
Watkins, James 1970. 71 
Watson, Ken 1976, 77 
Watts, Harry 1901, '02, X)3 



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, ^3 

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 

Whittle. Tim 1979. '81, '82 

Widmyer, Earl 1932, '33, '34 

Wikander. Gary 1961 

Wilkins, Joe 1979, '80, '81, '82 

Williamowsky, William 1943 

Williams, Avy 1915. '16 

Williams. E. P. 1910. '11, '12, '13 

Willis, Vic 1934. '35. '36 

Wilson, Len 1912 

Wilson, Eric 1981, '82, '83, '84 

Wilson, Mark 1980, '81 

Wilson, Roger 1905, '06, '07 

Wilson, Tim 1974, 75, 76 

Wingate, Elmer 1947, '48, '49, '50 

Wingfield, Wavne 1979, '80, '81, '82 

Winslaw, J. L. 1903 

Wolfe. Percy 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, Darryl 1984 

Wright. Jack 1941, '42, '46 

Wright, Todd 1979, '81 

Wyatt, Kervin 1976, 77, 78, 79 

Wyres, 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. '23 
Younge, Joe 1972, 74, 75 



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, 77 



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University of Maryland 




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The University of Maryland, located in College Park, Maryland, was founded in 1807 as the College of Medicine of 
Maryland. The name was changed in 1812 to the University of Maryland and in 1920 it was merged with the Maryland 
State College. The current enrollment of students on the College Park campus totals 38,307. The University is located just 
north of our nation's capital, Washington, D.C. Visitors to the University of Maryland will be sure to And (clockwise 
from upper left) the Maryland Chapel, Main Administrative Building, Hornbake Library and the Glenn I.. Martin 
Institute of Technology (the engineering building). 



Dr. John S. Toll 

President 

As president of a majoi research University with five 
campuses and 87,800 students worldwide, John S. Toll 
devotes considerable energy to strengthening excellence 
in teaching, research, and public service. He is committed 
to the University's effort to develop programs of high 
quality, to retain and attract outstanding faculty and 
students, and to extend the University's expertise through- 
out society. As a highly respected leader in higher 
education, he has created new partnerships with industry, 
government, schools, and other institutions in this region. 

In the past two years, milestones in the University's 
progress have included two Pulitzer Prizes lor faculty 
members and important developments in medical research 
and treatment, in biotechnology, and in many other 
areas, among them: 

• The National Science Foundation awarded the 
College Park campus a $ 1 6-million grant to establish 
a Systems Research Center, one of six national 
centers of excellence in engineering. 

• The University of Maryland Foundation's high-tech 
research park has been selected as the site for the 
nation! Supercomputing Research Center. 

• Three private gifts of $l.5-million each gave great 
impetus to the University's thrust to increase the 
level of private support. More than 25,000 alumni, 
parents, and friends also made gifts to the University 
during 1983-84. for a record level of private phil- 
anthropic support of SI 0.4 million. "Our future will 




be built on the twin pillars ol private and public 
support." says Dr. I oil. 
• The arts flourish at Maryland, including the highly 
acclaimed Handel Festh al; the travelling exhibit on 
"350 Years of Maryland Art and Architecture"; the 
gala 15th anniversary of the Maryland International 
Piano Festival and Competition: and numerous 
other cultural events. 
John Toll graduated from Yale with highest honors 
and earned his advanced degrees in physics at Princeton. 
During his distinguished career as a theoretical physicist 
and educator, for 1 2 years he chaired the physics depart- 
ment at the College Park campus and led it to national 
prominence. He then served as president of the State 
University of New York at Stony Brook from 1965 to 
1978. when he returned to Maryland to become the 
University's 22nd president. An avid jogger and tennis 
player. Dr. Toll and his wife Deborah have two daughters. 



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John Brooks Slaughter, the third Chancellor of 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 bv 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. 1 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 with pride." 



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Dr. Betty F. Smith 

Chairperson, Athletic Council 

Faculty Representative For Athletic Department 

Dr. Smith was appointed to the all 
important position as Chairperson of 
the Athletic Council bv Chancellor 
John B. Slaughter. June 1. 1985. She 
succeeds Dr. Charles A. Taff who 
chaired this important University and 
Atlantic Coast Conference athletic 
supervision responsibility since 1978. 
With her appointment. Dr. Smith 
has the distinction and privilege as 

the first female educator to be named to the position in the 

Conference. 

Dr. Smith came to the University in August. 1970, as 
Professor and Chairman of the Department of Textiles 
and Consumer Economics. She continues to serve in this 
capacity. Prior to joining the faculty at Maryland, she was 
a member of the faculty at Cornell University. 

A native of Arkansas, she received her B.S. degree at 
the University of Arkansas. 1951; an M.S. degree from 
the University of Tennessee. 1957; a Ph.D. degree in 
Textiles from the University of Minnesota; and another 
Ph.D. degree in Biochemistrv. also from Minnesota in 
1965. 

In 1971, Dr. Smith was elected a Fellow of the Textile 
Institute. She teaches and conducts research in textile 
chemistry. She belongs to numerous professional societies, 
including the American Chemical Society. Sigma Xi, the 
Fiber Society, and the American Economics Association. 

Dr. Smith has approximately 70 publications and 
papers from her research in textiles. She is co-author of a 
book. Introduction to Textiles, (Smith and I. Block) 
which was published by Prentice-Hall in Spring. 1982. In 
1984, Dr. Smith was named a distinguished Alumna of 
Southern University. 

Since coming to the University. Dr. Smith has served 
on numerous Department. College, and University 
committees. 

While having some time to relax from her heavy 
academic assignments. Dr. Smith is an avid golfer. 

Francis A. Gray, Jr. (Maryland '43) 
Associate Athletic Director 

Frank Gray joined the athletic de- 
partment as Administrative Director 
in 1972. He is primarily responsible 
for the fiscal program of the depart- 
ment with an operating budget of 
approximately $6,000,000. 

^L •*% I ^S A native of Maryland and 1943 

^L ^^^^ graduate of the University with a 

degree in Agriculture Economics 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 Execu- 
tive 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 As- 
sociate Athletic Director in 1982 after 
serving as Assistant Athletic Director 
and Director of Sports Marketing. 
He received his initial bachelors 
degree from the University in 1974, a 
second bachelor's in Business Man- 
agement in 1980 and is currently 
completing his Master's program in 
Administration. He has also served 
Assistant Golf Coach. Head Golf Coach and 
Director of Golf Facilities. 

As Associate Athletic Director he is primarily respon- 
sible for the academic support unit, marketing, student 
housing, financial aid. television and the University of 
Maryland radio network. 

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 ath- 
letic department in July 1980 as As- 
sociate Athletic Director for Business 
Affairs. He now supervises the game 
day operations of Byrd Stadium and 
Cole Field House. He is responsible 
for the daily operation of all athletic 
facilities, including security and 
scheduling. He also coordinates the 
departments' insurance programs and 
the personnel and payroll functions. 

Bob initially came to the University from Lewistown, 
Pa., where he was on the wrestling and track teams. As an 
undergraduate at Maryland, he was the manager of the 
wrestling team. Bob received his degree in Transportation 
Administration in June. 1968. Upon graduation, he was 
named Administrative Assistant to the Director of Ath- 
letics. Jim Kehoe. From September 1969 through July 
1980, he was the Associate Director of the Maryland 
Student Union. He is a 1 978 graduate of the University of 
Kentucky's College of Business Management Institute. 

Since 1970 he has been a member of the Board of 
Governors of the "M" Club and is presently a faculty 
adviser to the Sigma Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa. Bob 
is also a member of the College of Athletic Business 
Managers Associates. 

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 
years. From 1977 until his appoint- 
ment as Assistant AD he held the position of Adminis- 





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trative Assistant to the Director ol A thelites and Direetoi 
ot Recruiting, 

As Assistant AD he has the administrative responsi- 
bility lor all non-revenue spotts, men and women. 

Frank Costello (Maryland '68) 
Strength and Conditioning Coach 

Frank Costello assumed the posi- 
tion 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 All-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 
puhlished articles on training techniques in several na- 
tional publications, is in demand as a clinical speaker and 
noted tor his theories on improving speed, conditioning 
and flexibility. He served as a conditioning consultant for 
the Green Bay Packers from 1 977-80 and has served as the 
U.S. High .lump coach for the Olympic Development 
program. 

Frank came to Maryland as the New Jersey State High 
.lump Champion and record holder in 1963 and was 
undefeated in ACC. IC4A and NCAA competition in 
1965 winning both NCAA titles. While competing for the 
Terrapins he also w on seven titles in the Penn Relays, the 
Millrose games, the Eastern European Championships, 
the Southern Hemisphere Games and the French Na- 
tional Championship. He was ranked third in the world in 
1966. 

Costello works closely with the coaches, trainers and 
team physician in developing conditioning programs 
suited for each individual. 

He is assisted by Scott Fanz, a former standout 
defensive tackle for the Terrapins. 1978-80. He was 
named Costello's assistant immediately following grad- 
uation. 

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 for 
the Athletic Department. He also co- 
ordinates 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. 





William "Spider" Fry (Maryland '51) 
Assistant Athletic Director 

"Spidei " Frj moved into an ad- 
ministrati ion in the athletic 

department m \')1K alter havin] 
,-^jfm j£i^ voted 1 5 years to the athletes as Head 

'\f Trainer, He now serves as Director of 

the ( mil I acilities. 

As a Maryland undergraduate he 
earned his letter in varsity soccer ami 
a B.S. Degree in Ph; . ai I ducation. 

He was an assistant trainer at Maryland before taking 
over the Head Trainer duties at Dartmouth 

He returned to Maryland, aftei live \ears at Dart- 
mouth, in March 1967. 

Jeff Hathaway (Maryland '81) 
Business Manager of Athletics 

a Jeff Hathaway returned to the 

University in November of 1982 to 
become head Trainer for the Terra- 
pins basketball team. He also served 
as an assistant to Frank Gray, the 
Associate Athletic Director for Ad- 
ministrative Affairs. In May of '84 he 
took over the duties of Business 
Manager of Athletics and will super- 
vise 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 w ith 
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 trainer. 

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 
medical technician. 

Thomas M. Fields (Maryland '42) 
Executive Director Educational Foundation 

Tom Fields has served as Execu- 
tive Director of the Maryland Edu- 
cational Foundation since 1970when 
he retired as a Colonel in the U.S. 
Marine Corp. 



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For the past fiscal year the funds 
generated by the Educational Foun- 
dation totaled S2. 250.000. The mem- 
bership of the Terrapin Club has 
expanded to 3.203 with 82 life members (SI 0.000 con- 
tribution). 96 Super Terrapins (S2.500 annual contribu- 
tion), 570 Diamondbackers (SI. 500 annual contribution) 
and 603 Gold members (S750 annual contribution). 

Over one half of all contributors did not attend the 
University of Maryland but all are strong supporters of 



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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- 
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. 



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 F. Blair for three years. He served 

as a full time assistant with Blair for two years after 

graduation. 

While at Maryland he was the first Executive Sports 
Editor of the Diamondback, SMC of Pi Kappa Alpha 
and a member of Sigma Delta Chi Journalism fraternity. 

He served seven years as a member of the NCAA Public 
Relations Committeeand oneasa member of the NCAA 
Public Relations/ Promotions Committee. He has been a 
member of CoSIDA for 25 years and was elevated to the 
presidency of CoSIDA for 1985-86 at the annual meeting, 
July 1 in Boston. 

He is a member of Football, Basketball, and Baseball 
Writers of America, the Maryland Chapter of Sigma 
Delta Chi, the Atlantic Coast Sportswriters and the 
Washington D.C. Touchdown Club as well as a Dia- 
mondback member of the Terrapin Club. 

A graduate of Southern High at Lothion, he is a native 
of Maryland and served four and a half years in the Navy 
before enrolling at Maryland. He is married to the former 
Judy Allen of Fayetteville. West Virginia and a graduate 
of The George Washington University. 



Joe F. Blair (Missouri SO) 

Assistant Sports Information Director 

Joe returned to Maryland in 

C August of 1983 where he began his 

% public relations career in August of 

1950. He served as the Sports In- 
formation Director at Maryland for 
1 3 years before joining the Washington 
Redskins as Public Relations Director 
^f*^ 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 
35 years in the Washington area. 



Joe spent a total of 18 years with the Washington 
Redskins, retiring after earning his Super Bowl ring in 
1982 when the Redskins defeated the Miami Dolphins. 

During his years he says he has enjoyed working with 
some of the finest coaches in the profession, especially 
Jim Tatum, Vince Lombardi, Joe Gibbs and Jack Pardee, 
and one of the best General Managers in the NFL, Bobby 
Beathard. After only one season back at Maryland he 
includes Bobby Ross among the group. 

He has worked with a National Championship team at 
Maryland ( 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. 

In returning to Maryland he joins Jack Zane, whom he 
lured into the field as a Maryland student. He reigned as 
"Best Man" at Zane's wedding in 1966. 

Joe is a product of the Missouri School of Journalism, 
a veteran of World War II as he served in the Air Force, 
and a native of Freeport, Pennsylvania. 



Mary Baldwin 

Assistant Sports Information Director 

Mary came to the athletic depart- 
ment last August as secretary for 
Sports Information Director Jack 
Zane and the sports information 
office. She now has been selected to 
join Zane's staff as Assistant Sports 
Information Director to handle 
Women's basketball and all non- 
revenue sports. 

A native of Rockville, Md., she graduated from Robert 
E. Peary High School, 1973. She received an A. A., 
Recreation from Montgomery College. 1975. and a B.A. 
in Sports Administration from Miami's Biscavne College. 
1982. 

While at Biscavne, Mary was secretary to the Athletic 
Director and Sports Information Director, getting her 
training for the sports information field. During her 
senior year, she served an internship with the Baltimore 
Orioles as Administrative Secretary to the Director of 
Player Development for the '82 spring training camp in 
Miami. 

During the 2-vear existence of the Washington Federals 
of the USFL, September 1982-June 1984. she was Admin- 
istrative Assistant to the Assistant General Manager 
Player Personnel Director of the Federals. 

Mary, along with handling all media responsibilities 
for the women's basketball program, will help coordinate 
the operation of the football press box for all home 
games. 





MARYLAND 



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NATIONAL FOOTBALL 

FOUNDATION COLLEGE 

HALL OF FAME 

Three former Icrrapms have been inducted into the 
Nat i una I loot hall Foundation ( 'ollege Hall oi lame ami 
enshrined at the Hall ol Fame in Kings Island, Ohio 

rhe first University oi Maryland player to be selected 
was Robert "Bob" Waul the leirapins All-Amenean 
lineman atul four year letterman (1948-51). Ward was 
inducted in 1980. 

Quarterback .lack Sear bath was inducted in I )ecember 
of 1983. Searbath in addition to All-Amenean honors 
was runnerup for the Heisman Award in 1952 alter 
leading Maryland to a 28-13 win over National Champion 
lennesse in the Jan. I. 1952 Sugar Bowl. 

The late .lames \1 latum was selected for the Hall ol 
1 ame in 1984. latum 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 ( I94S and 1950) the Sugar Bowl 1952 and the 
Orange Bowl twice (1954 and 1956). 




Robert "Bob" Ward 1980 














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Jim Tatum (right) accepts 1953 National Championship Troph\. 



Searbath 1983 



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THE TERPS ON RADIO 



FUTURE TERP SCHEDULES 



WMAL (630) in Washington and WBAL (1090) in 
Baltimore will both originate Maryland Football broad- 
casts again in 1985. 

WMAL will once again feed the Maryland football 
network while WBAL will serve Baltimore and give the 
Terps a strong signal in the Northeast. 

For the seventh consecutive year Johnny Holliday will 
be the voice of the Terrapins on the network. 

Jim West, the station's Sports Director, will handle the 
play-by-play for WBAL with Vince Bagli. WBAL-TV 
sports anchor, working with him in the radio booth again 
this year. 



1986 




Johnny Holliday 




Vince Bagli Jim Wesl 

PRONUNCIA TION GUIDE 

Abdur-Ra'oof (As-is-uh-din) AB-der-RAH-oof 

Badanjek Bah-DAN-ick 

Bonato Bow-KNOT-oh 

D'Atri D-AT-tree 

Donas DON-us 

Faucette Faw-SET 

Holinka Hoe-LINK-ah 

Maarleveld MAR-la-veld 

Paredes Pah-RAID-ees 

Petitbon PET-ah-bone 

Sabrowski Sah-BROW-ski 

Swingle SWING-gull 

Tokarczyk Toe-CAR-sick 

Vierra Vee-ERRA 



Sept. 



Oct. 



Nov. 



Sept. 



Oct. 



Nov. 



Sept. 



Oct. 



Nov. 



Sept. 



Oct. 



Nov. 



6 


at 


Pittsburgh 


13 




VANDERBILT 


20 


at 


West Virginia 


27 




N.C. STATE 


4 




OPEN DATE 


11 




BOSTON COLLEGE 


18 




WAKE FOREST 


25 


at 


Duke 


1 


at 


North Carolina 


8 


at 


Penn State 


15 




CLEMSON 


22 


at 


Virginia 

1987 


5 


at 


Syracuse 


12 




VIRGINIA 


19 




WEST VIRGINIA 


26 


at 


N.C. STATE 


3 




OPEN DATE 


10 


at 


Miami 


17 


at 


Wake Forest 


24 




DUKE 


31 




NORTH CAROLINA 


7 




PENN STATE 


14 


at 


Clemson 


21 


at 


Vanderbilt 



1988 



10 




PITTSBURGH 


17 


at 


West Virginia 


24 




N.C. STATE 


1 


at 


Svracuse 


8 




GEORGIA TECH 


15 




WAKE FOREST 


22 


at 


Duke 


29 


at 


North Carolina 


5 


at 


Penn State 


12 




CLEMSON 


19 


at 


Virginia 

1989 


2 


at 


N.C. State 


9 




WEST VIRGINIA 


16 


at 


Pittsburgh 


23 


at 


Clemson 


30 


at 


Michigan 


7 


at 


Georgia Tech 


14 


at 


Wake Forest 


21 




DUKE 


28 




NORTH CAROLINA 


4 




OPEN DATE 


1 1 




PENN STATE 


18 




VIRGINIA 



72 



INFORMATION FOR MEDIA 
VISITING COLLEGE PARK 

HOTELS AND MOTELS 

(College Park) 

CENTER OF 
ADULT EDUCATION 
University <>l Maryland 

(301) 779-5100 

HOI ID AY INN 
10000 Baltimore Blvd. 
(301) 345-6700 

HOI IDAY 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 

SI. 00 each additional person 
BALTIMORE - WASHINGTON INTERNATIONA! 

S25.00 — SI. 00 each additional person 
DULLES AIRPORT S38.00 

SI. 00 each additional person 



MARYLAND'S BOWL RECORD 



Jan. 




1948 


Gatoi 


20 


gia 


20 


Jan 




1950 


< latoi 


20 


Missouri 


7 


Jan 




1952 


Sugar 


28 


1 ennessee 


13 


Jan. 




1954 


Orange 





Oklahoma 


7 


Jan 




1956 


Orange 


6 


Oklahoma 


20 


Dee 


28 


1973 


Peach 


16 


Geoi 


17 


Dec. 


16 


1974 


1 iherty 


^ 


1 ennessee 


7 


Dee. 


29 


1975 


Ciator 


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 


I lorida 


35 


Dee. 


25 


19X2 


Aloha 


20 


Washington 


21 


Dec. 


17 


1983 


Florida Citrus 


23 


I ennessee 


30 


Dec. 


22 


1984 


Sun 


28 


Tennessee 


27 



LIMOUSINE FARES TO AIRPORT 

B.W.I. AIR PORT LIMOUSINE -SI 2.00 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 a\ ail- 
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 inten leu s 
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. Mondav and Wednesdav from Noon to 2:30 
P.M. 



73 





I Hill II Hill I III I 

Promotions 



Anne Byrdy 
Facilities 



^ r 



Neal Kskin 
Ticket Office Asst. 



3k 



Dr. Jack Faber 
ACT Coordinator 




A I Heagy 
"M" Club 



Alex Isherwood 
Marketing Dir. 




Patti Jenkins 
Academics 



Vinny Mayola 
Equipment 




Debbie Russell 
Asst. To AD 



Genny Steiger 
Accounting 





Eloise Tilley 
Ticket Manager 



Susan Woodfield 
Promotions 




Bunk Carter 
(•rounds 




Betty Francis 
AD's Office 




Caren Jackson 
Accounting 




Ruth Richards 
AD's Office 



fc*k 

John Stevenson 
Terrapin Club 




Dana Delaney 
Terrapin Club 






Joe Crimaldi 
Facilities 



t V 



Jack Jackson 
Facilities 






Al Ristan 
Asst. to AD 




Joyce Taylor 
AD's Office 



o, 




Jim Wright 
Academic Coord. 



Lindy Kehoe 
Grounds 





Jim Dietsch 
Academic ( oord. 



Martha Dunne 
Publications 



SUPPORT STAFF 




Ron Fulton Todd Goodman Lee Klosky 

EQUIPMENT STAFF 





Dotti McGugan 
Secretary — Football 



Linda Kubany 
Secretary to Coach Ross 



75 



Facts About Maryland 

The University of Maryland is a five-campus system 
founded in 1807 in Baltimore as a college of medicine. The 
College Park campus was established in 1 856. In addition 
to College Park (UMCP) and Baltimore City (UMAB), 
the University has campuses on the Eastern Shore at 
Princess Anne (UMES), in Baltimore County at Catons- 
ville (UMBC), and the worldwide University College 
(UMUC) headquartered at College Park. 



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. 



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. Ail-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. 



EARLY 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. 



MARYLAND FOOTBALL ATTENDANCE: Home 
attendance in 1983 was up 7,078 over 1982 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. 

MULTIPLE LETTER WINNERS: Earning four var- 
sity letters in football today is a major accomplishment. 
Only two Terrapins joined the list in 1983 and Jess 
Atkinson and Eric Wilson, joined the elite group in 1984. 
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) 
AndvNesbit (1918-22) 
Walter Posey (1913-17) 



FOUR YEAR LETTERMEN: Since the new fresh- 
man eligibility rule went into effect in 1 972 the Terps have 
had 34 men earn four varsity letters. Ten were on the 1982 
squad. They are as follows: 



Steve Atkins, TB 78 
Jess Atkinson. K, '84 
Kevin Benson. LB '75 
Gurnest Brown. DT '82 
Llovd 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 
Lerov Hughes, LB '75 
Frank Kolenick, DG "82 



Ralph Larv. 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 Sallev, DG 77 
Jimmy Shaffer. LB 79 
Eric Sievers, TE '80 
John Tice, TE '82 
Joe Wilkins, LB '82 
Eric Wilson. LB, '84 
Wavne Wingfield, DB '82 
Kervin Wvatt. OG 79 
Charlie Wvsocki, TB '81 
Harrv Ven'ezia. OT '83 



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) 

ACC GAMES ONLY: Clemson became the first team 
to win 100 Atlantic Coast Conference games in 1980. 





WON 


LOST 


TIED 


Maryland 


118 


65 


3 


Clemson 


112 


58 


4 


North Carolina 


112 


84 


4 


North Carolina State 


98 


85 


7 


Duke 


97 


81 


7 


Wake Forest 


59 


136 


5 


Virginia 


40 


130 


3 


Georgia Tech 


5 


4 


1 



ACC GAMES ONLY LAST THIRTEEN YEARS: 

Terps hold a 1 3 game edge over North Carolina in the last 
thirteen years in league games. 





WON 


LOST 


TIED 


Maryland 


61 


12 


1 


North Carolina 


48 


26 


3 


Clemson 


40 


22 


2 


North Carolina State 


41 


33 


2 


Duke 


26 


44 


4 


Wake Forest 


19 


59 


1 


Virginia 


18 


56 


2 


Georgia Tech 


5 


4 


1 



76 




Jim Joyce 

Mike I luis 
I )ave Pacella 



I ) I Denver Broncos 
WR Cincinnati Bengals 

( i New York lets 



TERPS IN THE NFL 

There were 30 former Terrapins on NFL Rosters as the 
teams reported to training camps in mid-July. The 30 
represented one of the highest of any school in the 
country. 

Of the 30 total, there were 1 6 active veterans: 7 who had 
been with an NFL team and are returning as free agents; 3 
rookies selected in the 1985 draft: and 4 rookies from last 
year's team who have signed as free agents. 



THE VETERANS 



AND YEARS PLAYED 

New York Jets 10 

Kansas City Chiefs 4 

Detroit Lions 1 

St. Louis Cardinals 2 

Cincinnati Bengals 1 

Houston Oilers I 

Cincinnati Bengals 1 

San Francisco 49ers 3 

Washington Redskins 6 

New York Jets 8 

San Diego Chargers 4 

Indianapolis Colts 1 

New Orleans Saints 2 

Seattle Seahawks 4 

Dallas Cowboys 10 

New Orleans Saints 8 



NFL EXPERIENCE/FREE AGENTS 

Darnell Dailey LB Washington Redskins 

Russell Davis TE Buffalo Bills 

Darryl Emerson WR Buffalo Bills 

James "J. D." Gross LB Indianapolis Colts 



Bob Avellini 


QB 


1 loyd Burrus 


DB 


Dave D'Addio 


RB 


Mark Duda 


DT 


Boomer Esiason 


OB 


Willie Joyner 


RB 


Pete Koch 


DT 


Renaldo Nehemiah 


WR 


Neal Olkewicz 


IB 


Kenny Schroy 


DB 


Eric Sievers 


TE 


Ron Solt 


G 


John Tice 


TE 


Mike Tice 


TE 


Randj White 


DT 


Tim Wilson 


RB 



TERPS PICKED IN Nil 85 DRAFT 

Kevin Glovei C Detroit I ions, 2nd Round. 34th Pick 
Frank Reich QB Buffalo Hills. 3rd Round. 57th Pick 
Erie Wilson LB Green Bay Packers. 7th Round. 171st 

1984 TERPS SIGNED AS FREE AGENT ROOKIES 

New England Patriots 
Dallas Cowboys 
Houston Oilers 
New York Giants 

TERPS NOW COACHING IN NFL 

Ralph Hawkins OB DB 1953-55 Seattle Seahawks 
Stan Jones DT 1950-53 Denser Broncos 

Jim La Rue RB DB 1947-49 Chicago Bears 

Joe Madden RB DB 1954-56 Atlanta Falcons 
Dick Modzelewski DT 1950-52 Green Bay Packers 

Dick Nolan RB DB 1951-53 Dallas Cowboys 



.less Atkinson 


K 


Ron Fazio 


1 1 


Greg Harraka 


(. 


Greg Hill 


WR 




77 




ACC 31 YEAR RECORD — ALL GAMES: Clemson 
with 1 2 wins in 1 98 1 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 1 98 1 . 





WON 


LOST 


TIED 


Clemson 


193 


132 


10 


Maryland 


187 


146 


5 


North Carolina 


183 


150 


6 


North Carolina State 


160 


166 


11 


Duke 


158 


163 


14 


Wake Forest 


104 


223 


8 


Virginia 


103 


217 


5 


Georgia Tech* 


9 


12 


1 



* Two Years in League 

TOP MARYLAND FOOTBALL CROWDS: The 

largest crowds to see a Maryland football team play 
include two National Champions. Maryland lost at Penn 
State 39-31. 1982. and defeated Tennessee 28-13 in the 
1952 Sugar Bowl. 

85.486 — Penn State on Oct. 6, 1984 

84.597 — Penn State on Sept. 11. 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. 1, 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 

60,575 — Clemson on Nov. 17, 1984 (Baltimore) 

60,125 - Penn State on Nov. 2, 1974 

58,973 — Penn State on Nov. 1. 1974 in Byrd Stad. 

58.353 — West Virginia on Sept. 22, 1984 

58.171 — Penn State on Nov. 4, 1972 



MARYLAND'S WINNING STREAK: Seven wins 
ranks third among Division 1 A schools. BYU tops the list 
with 24 while Florida has won nine in a row. 

THE ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE: Had two 

or more Bowl teams for the thirteenth consecutive yearas 
the 1984 Maryland Terrapins represented the league in 
the Sun Bowl and Virginia in the Peach Bowl. Both won 
their bowl games in '84 with Maryland topping Tennessee 
and Virginia beating Purdue. 

NIGHT GAME: The Maryland - West Virginia game 
on September 21 will be telecast by TBS of Atlanta with 
lighting provided by Musco Mobile Lighting of Oska- 
loosa, Iowa. It will be only the second night game in the 
history of Byrd Stadium although late afternoon televised 
games have been completed under the lights. The other 
night game was the Maryland - West Virginia game on 
September 17. 1983. West Virginia won 31-21. Byrd 
stadium opened in 1950 and the last night game prior to 
that was a 33-7 Terrapin win over Georgetown in the old 
1 8,000 seat Byrd Stadium that was located on the east side 
of campus. That game was Sept. 30. 1949. 




78 




TOP TKRP Rl'SHING GAMES 

240 Willie Joyner vs North Carolina (16) 1982 

237 - George Scott vs Villanova (42) 1977 

222 - Charlie Wysocki vs Louisville (43) 1979 

217 Rick Badanjek vs Virginia ( 1 7) 1 984 

2 1 7 — Charlie Wysocki vs Duke (50) 1980 

215— Steve Atkins vs Syracuse (29) 1976 

214 Alvin Blount vs Clemson (29) 1984 

213 - Louis Carter vs Virginia (29) 1974 

202 — Charlie Wysocki vs Virginia (33) 1979 

197 — Steve Atkins vs Clemson (28) 1978 

193 - Ray Poppleman vs Western Maryland (24) 1931 

180 — Louis Carter vs N.C. State (35) 1974 

178 — Charlie Wysocki vs Clemson (32) 1979 



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. 11. 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 



rOP RANKED: Sport Magazine featured Maryland 
on the covet Ol its September issue while selecting the 
lei [is number one in the nation. It was the lust pre- 
season number one selection foi a Maryland football 
team, ABC picked the leips second m their prc-scason 
ranking while othei publications and organizations 
agreed Maryland was a contender with top five or ten 
rankings 

INAUGURAL B()\M. (.XMLS: 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 ot lame 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 19X3. 

HOMFXOMING GAMES: Maryland will host North 
Carolina in the Homecoming game on November 2. The 
I ci ps have not lost a Homecoming game since Miami 
(Ohio) upset Roy Lester's squad 34-21 in 1969. The 15 
consecutive Homecoming wins include four over Duke, 
three 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. 




79 



To The News Media 

We hope the 1985 edition of Maryland Football will be 
helpful as you cover the Terrapins this fall. With this book 
goes an invitation to visit us as often as possible. Our 
offices are located in Cole Field House. Room 1 145. 

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 (30 1 ) 
454-1 106 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 

Jack STune 
Joe llhur 
Wlam lualdwin 



TERRAPIN HEADQUARTERS 

(on the road) 

Transportation by Piedmont (B-737) 

Charter From BWI Airport 

BOSTON COLLEGE 

Depart Friday 12:45 AM to Providence. RI 

Sheraton- Mansfield 
Mansfield. MA 

(617) 339-9571 

MICHIGAN 

Depart Friday 12:20 AM to Detroit, MI 

Ramada Inn 
Metro Airport 
(313) 729-6300 

NORTH CAROLINA STATE 

Depart Friday 10:20 AM to Raleigh, NC 

North Raleigh Hilton 
(919) 872-2323 



WAKE FOREST 

Depart Friday 1:25 PM to Greensboro. NC 

Dutch Inn Motor Hotel 
Collinsville. VA 
(703) 647-3721 

CLEMSON 

Depart Friday 8:00 AM to Greenville. SC 

Holiday Inn 

Clemson, SC 

(803) 654-4450 



80 



RICK BADANJEK (Bah-DAN-kk) 



CAREER STATISTICS 

GAMI S P] AVI I) IN 

RUSHING PI AYS 

RUSHING YARDS 

AVERAGE PER CARRY 

rOUCHDOWNS RUSHING 

PASS RECEPTIONS 

YARDS BY RECEPTIONS 

TOUCHDOWNS BY RECEPTIONS 

PUNTS RETURNED 

YARDS BY PUNT RETURNS 

AVERAGE PER PUNT RETURN 

KICKOFF RETURNS 

YARDS BY KICKOFF RETURNS 

POINTS SCORED 

SCORING BREAKDOWN 



Ail-American Candidate 
Senior Fullback, 5-9, 217 

REGULAR SEASON 



BOWL GAMES 



33 






3 


.166 






37 


1.741 






130 


4.8 






3.5 


32 






3 


51 






6 


523 






38 


2 









27 






4 


271 






45 


10.0 

1 






1 1.3 



29 









214 






18 


34 touchdi 


jwns 




3 touchdowns 


5 conversions (3 


run 2 


pass) 





TOP GAMES: 217 yards rushing vs Virginia on 17 carries in ACC Championship game at Virginia with two 
touchdowns and conversion run 

140 yards rushing vs North Carolina State in Raleigh in 1983 on 26 carries 

4 TOUCHDOWNS vs North Carolina in 1984 on runs of three, four and five yards and a 10 yard 
pass reception 



RUNS of 65 and 72 yards against Virginia in final game of 1984 season as Terps won second 
consecutive ACC title 



MARYLAND CAREER RECORDS: MOST POINTS SCORED (run and pass) 214 (34 id's and five 

conversions) 

MOSTTOUCHDOWNS SCORED 34(32 rushingand 2 pass receptions) 

MARYLAND SEASON RECORDS: MOST POINTS SCORED 102 in 1984 ( 16 td's 3 conversion runs) 

MOST TOUCHDOWNS 16 in 1984 (shared with Lou Gambino 1947) 

BobShemonski 1950 
Ed Vereb 1955 



MARYLAND FRESHMAN RECORD: MOST POINTS SCORED 56 in 1982 (nine td's and conversion catch) 

LED ACC in punt returns as sophomore with 11.1 per return (did not return punts in '84) 

CAREER AVERAGE of 4.8 per carry despite carrying the ball in from the one yard line 1 5 times, the two yard line four 
times and the three yard line four times 

VOTED MOST VALUABLE PLAYER IN 1984 SUN BOWL 

HAS PLAYED IN EVERY GAME. 36. since he joined the Terps 

HAS PLAYED both fullback and runningback