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MARY LA ND 
FOOTBALL 




MARYLAND 





1986 MARYLAND SCHEDULE 




Date 


Opponent 


Site 


Stadium 


Sept. 1 


Pittsburgh 


Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 


Pitt 


Sept. 13 


Vanderbilt 


College Park, Maryland 


Byrd 


Sept. 20 


West Virginia 


Morgantown, West Virginia 


Mountaineer 


Sept. 27 


N.C. State 


College Park, Maryland 


Byrd 


Oct. 1 1 


Boston College* 


College Park, Maryland 


Byrd 


Oct. 18 


Wake Forest 


College Park, Maryland 


Byrd 


Oct. 25 


Duke 


Durham, North Carolina 


Wallace Wade 


Nov. 1 


North Carolina 


Chapel Hill, North Carolina 


Keenan 


Nov. 8 


Penn State 


State College, Pennsylvania 


Beaver 


Nov. 15 


Clemson 


Baltimore, Maryland 


Memorial 


Nov. 28 


Virginia 


Charlottesville, Virginia 


Scott 


* Homecoming 






Game Times to be Announced 





1985 MARYLAND RESULTS 




Date 


Score 


Site 


Attendance 


Sept. 7 


Penn State 20, Maryland 18 


College Park, Maryland 


50,750 


Sept. 14 


Maryland 3 1 , Boston College 1 3 


Foxboro, Massachusetts 


30,210 


Sept. 21 


Maryland 28, West Virginia 


College Park, Maryland 


51,250 


Sept. 28 


Michigan 20, Maryland 


Ann Arbor, Michigan 


105,282 


Oct. 5 


Maryland 31, N.C. State 17 


Raleigh, North Carolina 


29,500 


Oct. 19 


Maryland 26, Wake Forest 3 


Winston-Salem, North Carolina 


23,700 


Oct. 26 


Maryland 40, Duke 10 


College Park, Maryland 


46,175 


Nov. 2 


Maryland 28, North Carolina 10 


College Park, Maryland 


49.800 


Nov. 9 


Miami (Fla.) 29, Maryland 22 


Baltimore, Maryland 


62,350 


Nov. 16 


Maryland 34, Clemson 31 


Clemson, South Carolina 


78,037 


Nov. 29 


Maryland 33. Virginia 21 


College Park, Maryland 


48,950 


CHERRY BOWL 






Dec. 22 


Maryland 35, Syracuse 18 


Pontiac, Michigan 


51,858 



MARYLAND I OOTBALL IVH6 

Edited by Jack lane and John Ha 

Printed by Uniterm > rung Department 

Color Separation by S&S 

Photo* by Michael i olh , ,,/„,„.«. and Brian Levis 





MARYLAND 


AT A GLANCE 


Location 


1 . .on Physician 


College Park, Md 20742 


Di Stanford V 1 a vine 


Athletic Dept. 


Head trainer 


Cole Field Mouse 


J. J. Bush 


Mailing Address 


Sports Information 


Box 295 


Director 


College Park. Ml) 20740 


Jack Zane 


President 

Dl John S loll 


Room 1 145, Cole Field House 
(301)864-4076 


Chancellor 
Di John B. Slaughter 


Sports Marketing 
Susan Woodfteld 


Enrollment 


Office Telephones 


30.556 Full lime 


Director of Athletics 


Undergraduates 


(301)454-4705 


Athletic Director 


Athletic Ticket Office 


Richard "Dick" Dull 


(301)454-2121 


Faculty Chairman 


(800) 492-0704 in state 


Athletics 


Sports Information Office 


Dr. Bettv F. Smith 


(301)454-2123 


Conference 


(301)454-2700 


Atlantic Coast 


Foothall Office 


Stadium 
Byrd (45.000) 


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


Nickname 


(301)454-4067 


Ierrapins (Terps) 


Head Football Coach 


Colors 


Bobby Ross 


Red. White. Black and Gold 


(301)864-4384 


Byrd Stadium Press Box 


(301)454-2700 


(301)454-2800 






The Contents 

Academic Awards 61 

All-ACC Selections 58 

All-Americans 56 

Assistant Coaches 9 

Athletic Department Directory 12 

Athletic Director— Dick Dull 4 

Athletic Staff 76 

Awards 1985 49 

Awards -National 60 

Awards — University 59-60 

Captains 1986 3 

Chancellor —Dr. John Slaughter 75 

Coaches, All-Time Records 54 

Defensive Statistics— 1985 52 

Depth Chart 16 

Facts About Maryland 80 

Freshman Profiles 35 

Future Schedules 73 

Head Coach — Bobby Ross 6 

Lettermen - All-Time 70 

Media Information 1-3 

Medical Staff II 

National Rankings 57 

Offensive Statistics— 1985 50 

Opponents— 1986 38 

Outlook— 1986 41 

Player Profiles 18 

President -Dr. John Toll 75 

Pronunciation Guide — 1986 43 

Records vs. 1986 Opponents 55 

Results— 1985 IFC 

Review— 1985 45 

Roster— 1986 14 

Schedule— 1986 IFC 

School Records 64 

Single Season Leaders 62 

Support Staff 79 

Travel Itinerary— 1986 73 



Senior running hack team captain Alvin Blount has gained 1,653 yards and 
averaged 5. 4 yards per carry in three seasons at Maryland. He returns to the Terps 
in I°86 as the ACC's second-leading active rusher. 



THE COVER 

Returning to the Maryland defense in 1986 are 
three 1985 All-A CC selections (from top): Senior 
inside linebacker Chuck Faucetie: senior defensive 
guard Bruce Mesner. also an All-ACC selection in 
1984; and senior defensive back Keeta Covington. 



INFORMATION FOR MEDIA VISITING 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 on Campus. 
Coach Ross will be available from 1 1 :45 to 1 : 1 5 or upon 
completion of the interviews. TV and Radio interviews 
will be accommodated prior to and following the 
luncheon as requested. 

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

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



AIRPORTS 

BALTIMORE - WASHINGTON INTERNATIONAL 

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

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

$1.00 each additional person 



LIMOUSINE FARES TO AIRPORT 

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



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



LOCAL TRANSPORTATION 

TAXI - Blue Bird - Yellow 864-7700 



MARYLAND'S 


BOWL 


RECORD 




Jan. 




1948 


Gator 


20 


Georgia 


20 


Jan. 




1950 


Gator 


20 


Missouri 


7 


Jan. 




1952 


Sugar 


28 


Tennessee 


13 


Jan. 




1954 


Orange 





Oklahoma 


7 


Jan. 




1956 


Orange 


6 


Oklahoma 


20 


Dec. 


28 


1973 


Peach 


16 


Georgia 


17 


Dec. 


16 


1974 


Liberty 


3 


Tennessee 


7 


Dec. 


29 


1975 


Gator 


13 


Florida 





Jan. 


1 


1977 


Cotton 


21 


Houston 


30 


Dec. 


22 


1977 


Hall of Fame 17 


Minnesota 


7 


Dec. 


23 


1978 


Sun 





Texas 


42 


Dec. 


20 


1980 


Tangerine 20 


Florida 


35 


Dec. 


25 


1982 


Aloha 


20 


Washington 


21 


Dec. 


17 


1983 


Florida 


Citrus 23 


Tennessee 


30 


Dec. 


22 


1984 


Sun 


28 


Tennessee 


27 


Dec. 


21 


1985 


Cherry 


35 


Syracuse 


18 



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ADULT EDUCATION 

University of Maryland 
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MARYLAND INN 
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(301)474-2800 

QUALITY INN 
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(301) 864-5820 

ROYAL PINES 

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9133 Baltimore Blvd. 

(301)345-4900 

COMFORT INN 
9020 Baltimore Blvd. 
(3011441-8110 



HOTELS 

AND 
MOTELS 



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RAMADA INN 

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(301) 779-7700 (Cheverly) 

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HILTON 
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(301)441-3700 (Greenbelt) 

HOLIDAY INN 
7200 Hanover Drive 
(301)982-7000 (Greenbelt) 

INTERNATIONAL HOTEL AT BWI 
P.O. Box 8741 
(301)859-3300 (Baltimore) 



To The News Media 

We hope the 1986 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 I 145. 

We will have several telephones available for your use 
in the Byrd Stadium Press Box. However, if you wish 
exclusive use of a telephone please order it through (301) 
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 <£ane 
Joe Ulair 
Mary Baldwin 




Head Coach Bobby Ross poses with the 1986 team captains (left to right): Top returning rusher Alvin Blount; All-ACC defensive guard Bruce Vesner; and All-ACC 
linebacker Chuck Faucette. 




The year was 1975, and Richard Michael Dull, not one 
to wait on a moment forever, decided enough was 
enough. 

He quit his job, a promising position as Attorney at 
Law with the USC National Senior Citizens Law Center, 
and accepted employment at Maryland. 

As assistant business manager. 

Starting over is often the best thing. "I had to admit to 
myself that I just wasn't that good a lawyer," he says now. 
"I worked very hard at the practice, but 1 realized I just 
wasn't that good." 

Dick Dull has been making good ever since. Just six 
years after the career change, he had ascended to the top 
of the department and was named Maryland athletic 
director, succeeding Jim Kehoe. And as Dull begins his 
sixth academic year at the helm of one of the nation's 
most respected and successful programs, there is no 
denying the progression and commitment to excellence 
that has marked Terrapin athletics since his appointment 
in August, 1981. 

Examples of that progression and commitment are 
abundant: 

** After a season of transition (1981) and a coaching 
change, the football team has won three straight Atlantic 
Coast Conference championships, appeared in four 
straight bowl games and gone 34-14 since 1982. 

**The basketball team has won 88 of 132 games since 
the 1982-83 season, captured an ACC title (1984) and 
played in four straight NCAA tournaments. 

**The athletic department has turned a substantial 
profit in each of the last two fiscal years, as Dull continues 
to mastermind a budget that reached $7 million in 1985. 

**The creation of an Academic Athletic Advisory 
Board, a university body of executives and assistants 
devoted to the success of the sports program both on and 
off the athletic fields. Through the AA AB, the number of 
full-time academic advisors in the athletic department has 
been increased to five, and Maryland finished second 
among ACC schools in honor roll student athletes in 
1984-85. 

**At Dull's urging, Maryland was one of the first 
universities in the country to institute a drug-testing 
program, and the first to initiate a formal drug-testing 
policy. 



Richard Michael "Dick" Dull 
Director of A thletics 

**The wheels on a plan to renovate Byrd Stadium are 
in motion, a blueprint that includes the addition of an 
upper deck, new lavatories, new concession stands and a 
new press box. And with the construction of permanent 
lights this summer, the dream that was once night football 
is now reality. 

**The prosperity of the non-revenue sports program. 
The women's lacrosse team is the 1986 national champion, 
and the women's basketball squad captured the 1986 
ACC Tournament. The tennis and soccer teams have 
made considerable recent progress, and the men's lacrosse 
team qualified for the 1986 NCAA playoffs for the first 
time in three seasons. 

Although success is easily measured in victories and 
tournament crowns, it is the swift and objective handling 
of the key issues that makes Dull, 41, one of the top 
administrators in college athletics. His selection of Bobby 
Ross — now considered one of football's master in- 
novators — after an intense search for a successor to Jerry 
Claiborne in January, 1982, has since received wide 
critical and public acclaim. 

Through Ross' hiring, creative marketing strategies 
and, of course, on-field success, Maryland football has 
experienced an astounding renaissance: Attendance 
during Dull's tenure as AD has jumped from 31,100 per 
game (1981) to 51,546 (1985). That increase of 20,446 
translates to a 65 percent rise in just four years, remark- 
able considering the influx of television markets and local 
competition. 

Dull's vision was also a major factor in the restoration 
of sound relations between the Maryland program and 
Baltimore, the state's largest city. Ties between the two 
had been severed since the mid-60's; Dull's intuition and 
communicative skills were the major factors in bringing 
the 1983 Terp-Clemson game to Memorial Stadium, a 
fledgling tradition that has continued annually. 

Not yet 36 when he was approved by the Board of 
Regents to succeed Kehoe, Dull had already amassed an 
extensive background encompassing all facets of college 
athletics. A native of Biglerville, Pa., he received his 
Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science at Maryland 
in 1967, then obtained his Doctor of Laws from the 
Maryland Law School in 1971. While an undergraduate. 
Dull set a school record for the javelin throw (251 feet), 
won the event's 1967 ACC Championship, and placed 
eighth in both the NCAA and AAU championships. 

After passing the Bar Exam in 1971, Dull spent two 
years practicing law in Baltimore with the Legal Aid 
Bureau, then took the position with USC in 1973. While 
with Southern Cal, Dull served as acting director of the 
university's Washington, D.C. office. 

Kehoe hired Dull as an assistant business manager in 
December, 1975. Over the next 5 Vi years, he progressed to 
business manager and assistant athletic director (non- 
revenue sports) while serving as assistant track coach. 
And shortly after he hired the former lawyer to oversee 
ticket sales and athletic expenditures, Kehoe called Dull 
into his office for a brief meeting. The subject: Ambition. 

"He asked me what I wanted to get out of this 
business," Dull recalls, "and I told him I wouldn't be 
satisfied until I was sitting on his side of the desk, running 
the department." 

Running it he is. 



COACHING STAFF 




Robert J. "Bobby" Ross 

Head Football Coach 

University of Maryland 

In four years at Maryland Bobby Ross has won 34 
football games, led the Terrapins to four consecutive 
Bowl games and won three consecutive Atlantic Coast 
Conference Championships. 

He has won 21 of 22 ACC games and has a 17 game 
league winning streak with the only loss coming to 
Clemson 24-22 in 1982, his first year in the ACC. Overall 
his Terrapins have won 18 of their last 22 games with the 
four losses coming at the hands of Penn State (twice) 
Miami and Michigan. 

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

Ross accepted the head coaching duties at Maryland on 
January 14, 1982 and less than a year later was celebrating 
his forty sixth birthday in Hawaii with the Maryland 
football team while preparing for the initial Aloha Bowl 
game. With his birthday coming on December 23, he had 
visited his second bowl with the Terps before celebrating 
his second birthday at Maryland, this time with a trip to 
the Florida Citrus Bowl. He then received his third 
birthday present a day early as the Terps won the 1984 
Sun Bowl game 28-27 over Tennessee on December 22 
and followed with a 1 985 Cherry Bowl win over Syracuse, 
35-18, in the Pontiac Silverdome on December 21. 

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 and staff. That class included Rick 
Badanjek, 48 consecutive games played, 49 touchdowns 
scored and 306 points scored, twice All-ACC Defensive 
Safety Al Covington and twice All-ACC Defensive 
Guard Bruce Mesner. 

He has developed Ail-Americans in Quarterback 
Boomer Esiason, Offensive Tackle J.D. Maarleveld. 
Offensive Guard Ron Solt, Center Kevin Glover, Line- 
backer Eric Wilson, and Safety Al Covington. 

In his four years at Maryland he has sent Safety Al 
Covington, Center Kevin Glover, Runningback Willie 
Joyner, Guard Dave Pacella and Quarterbacks Frank 
Reich and Stan Gelbaugh to the Hula Bowl. Eight players 
have been selected for the East-West Shrine game in 
Quarterback Boomer Esiason, light End John Tice, 
Defensive Back Donald Brown, Tackle Mark Duda, 
Linebacker Eric Wilson, Fullbacks Dave D'Addio and 
Rick Badanjek and Wide Receiver Greg Hill. J.D. 
Maarleveld played in the Japan Bowl with Boomer 
Esiason, Tackle Pete Koch and Willie Joyner named to 
the Blue-Gray game. The senior Bowl has selected seven 
Ross products including three quarterbacks in Esiason. 
Reich and Gelbaugh. John Tice, Dave D'Addio, Ron Solt 




Bobby Ross came to Maryland in 1 982 a virtual unknown; four years later, he is 
considered one of college football's master innovators and respected leaders. 



and Kevin Glover. Thus Ross has had a total of 25 
representatives in Post season all-star games despite the 
fact that the Blue-Gray game has conflicted with the last 
three Bowl games limiting the Terps to the 1982 game. 

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 every Maryland attendance record in 
1983 and then topped those records in 1985. 

Six of the nine largest crowds in Maryland history have 
attended games coached by Bobby Ross including the 
three largest. The Terps set attendance records for college 
football in the state with an average of 5 1 ,546 for six home 
games. The largest crowd to ever see the Terps play was 
the 105.282 at Michigan in 1985 with the largest home 
crowd the 62, 350 in Baltimore's Memorial Stadium to see 
the 1985 Miami game. 

Ross came to Maryland well prepared for the head 
coaching duties having attended and coached at a military 
school, having served under some of the finest head 
coaches in the collegiate ranks and having served four 
years in the National Football League. His five years at 
The Citadel as the head coach aided him immensely in 
putting together 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 University 
of Maryland, Virginia Military, William and Mary. Rice 
and with Kansas City in the NFL. 

His duties have included working with the defensive 
secondary, offensive backfield, linebackers, and specialty 



teams. Me served as the director ot recruiting at several 
schools and as a defensive coordinator. 

Ross immediately established a rapport with the 
members ol the football team at Maryland, establishing 
himself asa disciplinarian but one who treats every player 
asan individual, lie 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 voting men both on and 
o lithe field. 

1 his was especially evident in his first and third years 
with the Terps. His first game in Byrd Stadium followed a 
pair of tough road losses to Perm 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 Championship. Enroute to 
the Sun Bowl title the Terps trailed Miami 31-0 at 
halftime and then engineered the greatest comeback in 
NCAA Division 1 history with the 42-40 win. In the Sun 
Bowl the Terps trailed Tennessee 2 1-0 at the half but came 
back to win 28-27. 

Ross credits his college coach John McKenna with 
being the major influence on his coaching career but says 
he learned a little from each coach he worked with. The 
major things he picked up in the NFL were an apprecia- 
tion 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 in 1984 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. In 1 2 games in 1985 his Terps rushed 
for 2,283 yards and 22 touchdowns and passed for 2,698 
with 17 touchdowns. 

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 areas 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. 

Ross had impressed Director of Athletics Dick Dull 
with his outlook on Intercollegiate Athletics, his organiza- 
tional 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. 

Since arriving at Maryland his Terrapins have led the 
ACC in scoring and rushing defense (1982), total offense, 
passing offense and scoring offense in 1 984, total offense, 
scoring, total defense and rushing defense in 1985. They 
have also won three consecutive ACC team champion- 
ships. He developed Maryland's all-time passer in Boomer 
Esiason and then had Stan Gelbaugh break most of 
Boomer's season records for passing. He also has coached 
the schools all-time scorer Rick Badanjek and broke all 
home attendance records for the Terrapins in 1983 and 
again in 1985. He also coached Maryland's all-time 
placekicker in Jess Atkinson and all-time receiver in Greg 
Hill. 



His first Maryland team, 32.1 points a game, was the 
highest scoring team in the ACC since 1 972 and only three 
league scoring champions ever scored more in the 33 years 
of the ACC. His third team averaged 32.0 points a game 
to lead the league and the 1985 team also captured the 
scoring title with 26.5 points a game. For the four years 
the Terps have averaged 29.3 points a game over the 44 
regular season games. His four bowl teams have averaged 
26.5 points in their four games 

In his first year at Maryland attendance jumped an 
average of 8,225 a game over the previous year and 
increased another 7,078 in the second year for the games 
at home. In 1985 the record average of 51,546 for six 
home games, an increase of 20,446 over the 1981 attend- 
ance figure. 

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

Ross served one tour of duty in the U.S. Army asa First 
Lieutenant following graduation from Virginia Military 
with a degree in English and History. He married Alice 
Bucker of Richmond and they have five children. Chris, a 
graduate of the Air Force Academy, is now serving in the 
Air Force. 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. 




Ross has led the Terps to A CC dominance in a short time: His teams have won 1 7 
straight conference games, three consecutive league titles and 21 of 22 A CC games 
since 1982. 



Bobby Ross Profile 

EDUCATION: 

Benedictine High in Richmond, Virginia, 1955 

Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Virginia 1959 with BA 

in English and History 

PLAYING EXPERIENCE 

Three sport letterman at VM I (football, basketball and baseball). 
Captain of the football team as a quarterback and defensive 
back. 

MILITARY EXPERIENCE 

First Lieutenant, U.S. Army 1960-62 (Active Duty). 

COACHING EXPERIENCE 

One year as head football coach at Benedictine High School 
(1959) 

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

Two years as head football coach at Colonial Heights, Virginia 
High (1963-64) 

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

Four years as assistant at William and Mary, coaching the 
offensive backfield (1967-68) defensive backfield and head of 
recruiting ( 1969) and defensive coordinator and head of recruit- 
ing (1970). 

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

One year as linebacker coach at Maryland (1972). 
Five years as the head coach at The Citidel (1973-77) 
Four years as assistant coach with the Kansas City Chiefs in the 
NFL. Special teams and defensive coach ( 1978-79) and offensive 
backfield coach (1980-81). 

Four years as the head coach at University of Maryland 
(1982-current). 

DATE OF BIRTH 

December 23, 1936 in Richmond, Virginia 

MARRIED 

To Alice Bucker (of Richmond) 

CHILDREN 

FIVE — Chris (Air Force Academy graduate now in Air Force) 
Mary Catherine (student at Maryland) 
Teresa (student and basketball player at Loyola 
College in Baltimore) 

Kevin (student and runner on track team at the Naval 
Academy. Annapolis) 
Robbie is the youngest 



COACHING RECORD 


1973 - 


The Citadel 


1974 - 


The Citadel 


1975 - 


The Citadel 


1976 - 


The Citadel 


1977 - 


The Citadel 


1982 - 


Maryland 


1983 - 


Maryland 


1984 - 


Maryland 


1985 - 


Maryland 


YEAR 


TOTALS 



W 


L 


3 


8 


4 


7 


6 


5 


6 


5 


5 


6 


8 


4 


8 


4 


9 


3 


9 


3 


58 


45 


34 


14 



NINE 

MARYLAND TOTALS 



1982 - 20-21 loss to Washington in Aloha Bowl 

ACC "Coach of the Year" 

1983 — ACC Champions — Lost to Tennessee 23-30 in 

Florida Citrus Bowl 

1984 — ACC Champions — Winner over Tennessee 28-27 

in Sun Bowl 

1985 — ACC Champions — Winner over Syracuse 35-18 

in Cherry Bowl 





Bobby 


Ross 


at Maryland 




1982 










31 


Penn State 


39 


0-1 


Away 


(84,597— largest crowd to see Terps play) 


18 


West Virginia 


19 


0-2 


Away 




23 


N.C. State 


6 


1-2 


Home 




26 


Syracuse 


3 


2-2 


Away 




38 


Indiana State 





3-2 


Home 




52 


Wake Forest 


31 


4-2 


Home 




49 


Duke 


22 


5-2 


Home 


(Homecoming) 


31 


North Carolina 


24 


6-2 


Away 




18 


Miami 


17 


7-2 


Home 




22 


Clemson 


24 


7-3 


Home 




45 


Virginia 


14 


8-3 


Away 




20 


Washington 
1983 


21 


8-4 


Away 


(Aloha Bowl— Honolulu, Hawaii) 


21 


Vanderbilt 


14 


9-4 


Away 




21 


West Virginia 


31 


9-5 


Home 




13 


Pittsburgh 


7 


10-5 


Home 




23 


Virginia 


3 


11-5 


Home 




34 


Syracuse 


13 


12-5 


Home 




36 


Wake Forest 


33 


13-5 


Away 




38 


Duke 


3 


14-5 


Home 


(Homecoming) 


28 


North Carolina 


26 


15-5 


Home 


(Tarheels ranked 3rd in nation) 


23 


Auburn 


35 


15-6 


Away 




27 


Clemson 


52 


15-7 


Away 


(Not counted as ACC game) 


29 


N.C. State 


6 


16-7 


Away 




23 


Tennessee 
1984 


30 


16-8 


Away 


(Florida Citrus Bowl— Orlando, Fla.) 


7 


Syracuse 


23 


16-9 


Home 




14 


Vanderbilt 


23 


16-10 


Home 




20 


West Virginia 


17 


17-10 


Away 




38 


Wake Forest 


17 


18-10 


Home 




24 


Penn State 


25 


18-11 


Away 


(85,486— largest crowd to see Terps play) 


44 


N.C. State 


21 


19-11 


Home 


(Homecoming) 


43 


Duke 


7 


20-11 


Away 




34 


North Carolina 


23 


21-11 


Away 




42 


Miami 


40 


22-11 


Away 


(Trailed 31-0 at half — greatest comeback 
in NCAA Division I football history) 


41 


Clemson 


23 


23-11 


Home 


(Baltimore — Memorial Stadium) 


45 


Virginia 


34 


24-11 


Away 




28 


Tennessee 
1985 


27 


25-11 


Away 


(Sun Bowl— El Paso, Texas) 


18 


Penn State 


20 


25-12 


Home 




31 


Boston College 


13 


26-12 


Away 




28 


West Virginia 





27-12 


Home 







Michigan 


20 


27-13 


Away 


(105,282— largest crowd to see Terps 
play) 


31 


N.C. State 


17 


28-13 


Away 




26 


Wake Forest 


3 


29-13 


Away 




40 


Duke 


10 


30-13 


Home 




28 


North Carolina 


10 


31-13 


Home 


(Homecoming) 


22 


Miami 


29 


31-14 


Home 


(Baltimore— Memorial Stadium— 62 ,350) 


34 


Clemson 


31 


32-14 


Away 




33 


Virginia 


21 


33-14 


Home 




35 


Syracuse 


18 


34-14 


Away 


(Cherry Bowl — Pontiac Silverdome) 


1395 TOTAL POINTS 
29.06 PER GAME AV 






945 


ERAGE 


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Assistant Coaches 



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

An honorable mention All America 
wide receiver under Ross (then an as- 
sistant) at William & Mary, Jim 
Cavanaugh is one of seven assistants 
who joined Ross when he assumed con- 
trol of the lerp program in 1982. 
Cavanaugh came to College Park from 
Atlantic Coast Conference rival Virginia, 
where he coached wide receivers under 
Dick Bestwick in 1981. 

Cavanaugh's college coaching career commenced in 
1972, when he served as a graduate assistant to Lou Holt/ 
at N. C.State. After obtaining his Master's Degree in 
Education, Cavanaugh moved to VMI, where he coached 
wide receivers in 1974and 1975 and running backs in 1976 
for Bob Thalman.ln 1977, Cavanaugh returned to N.C. 
State, where he coached receivers for two seasons for Bo 
Rein. 

Cavanaugh continued his swift climb in 1979, accepting 
the job as offensive coordinator at Marshall (under 
Sonny Randle). He stayed at the West Virginia-based 
school until taking the Virginia assistant's job. While at 
William & Mary, he caught 1 17 passes for 1,600 yards 
from 1967-69 and was an All Southern Conference 
selection. 

Cavanaugh was born in Queens, N.Y. on Aug. 4, 1948. 
His wife, Marsha, is a graduate of Mississippi University 
for Women and a native of Atlanta. They have two 
children, Ryan and Lauren. 

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

The only Terp assistant with continuous 

service since the Jerry Claiborne era, 

George Foussekis begins his 1 5th season 

with Maryland and his fifth as assistant 

"JP head coach. 

A three-time All America at Virginia 
, Tech. Foussekis was signed by the Denver 
, / Broncos in 1968. He began coaching in 
* * ' 1969 at his alma mater, where he super- 
vised thedefensive line. In 1971, Foussekis replaced Ross 
as defensive coordinator at William & Mary, then joined 
Ross at Maryland a year later. 

With Ross handling the linebackers and Foussekis 
overseeing the defensive line under Claiborne, the pair of 
assistants installed the wide-tackle six defense, a for- 
mation philosophy that has become a trademark of 
Maryland football. In his 14 years at Maryland, Foussekis 
has specialized at recruiting in his native Virginia. Four of 
those recruits went on to play in the NFL: tight end 
Walter White; defensive back Lloyd Burruss; running 
back Steve Atkins and linebacker Eric Wilson, a Foussekis 
pupil. 

Born in Charlottesville on April 28, 1946. Foussekis 
received his Master's Degree in Education from Bowie 
State College. He is single. 




Ralph Friedgen (Maryland '69) 
Offensive coordinator/offensive line 

The only lull-time assistant to obtain 

(\ his undergraduate degree at Maryland, 

'■** fll Ralph Friedgen assumed a dual role for 

the Terp program in 1982, when Ross 
hired him to handle the offense and the 
interior line. 

An All-ACC Academic selection in 
1967 and 1968, Friedgen received his 
Master's Degree at Maryland while serving 
as a grad assistant to Jerry Claiborne in 1972. Ross hired 
him to handle the defensive line at The Citadel one year 
later, a job he held until 1 977, when Ross moved Friedgen 
to the offensive line and made him offensive coordinator. 
Ross left the Citadel to coach at Kansas City in the 
NFL after the 1977 season, but Friedgen remained as 
offensive coordinator and assumed responsibilities as 
administrative assistant to new head coach Art Baker. In 
1980, Friedgen took a similar position at William & 
Mary, and in 1981 took the same job at Murray State 
under Frank Beamer. 

A two-time winner of the George C. Cook award, given 
annually to the Maryland player with the highest scholastic 
average, Friedgen was born April 4, 1947 in Harrison, 
N.Y. — the same school that produced Terp All America 
defensive tackle candidate Bruce Mesner. His wife, 
Gloria, is a graduate of Cortland State. They have two 
daughters: Kelly and Krisi. 



Joseph J. Krivak (Syracuse '57) 
Quarterbacks and Wide Receivers 

An assistant at Maryland under Jerry 
Claiborne from 1974-76, Joe Krivak 
returned to the Terrapins with Ross in 
1982 after five years at the Naval Academy, 
where he coached quarterbacks and 

A Svl \ graduate of Syracuse, where he also 

K Aa received his Master's Degree (1962), 
Krivak earned three letters as a linebacker, 
guard and center for the Orangemen and lettered three 
times in baseball. H is college coaching career began at Syracuse 
in 1969. where he coached tight ends and wide receivers 
until accepting the same position at Maryland under 
Claiborne. 

Krivak moved on to an expanded role at Navy in 1977, 
where he served as an assistant for current Virginia coach 
George Welsh. Ross lured Krivak back to College Park 
five years ago: During his two tenures with the Terps 
(seven total seasons), Maryland has gone 62-2 1-1, won six 
ACC championships and appeared in seven bowl games. 

In his five years at Navy, the Midshipmen were 36-21-1 
and played in three bowls. Thus. Krivak's credentials as a 
successful assistant are outstanding: Ten bow 1 appearances 
in 1 2 years, a 98-42-2 record and a .700 winning percentage. 

Krivak had established a tradition of w inning early in 
his coaching career. As head football coach at Madonna 
High ( Weirton, W. Va.) during the 60's, his teams won 50 
of 76 games, a state championship and two Ohio Valley 



titles in eight years. He also coached the Madonna 
basketball team, leading the squad to a state title and to 
victories in 66 percent of all games over five years. 

Born in Central City, Pa., on March 20, 1935, Krivak 
and wife Jean have three sons: Edward, John, and Jeff. 
Edward and John were starters on Bowie State's 1981 
championship baseball team. Edward played third base 
and laterattended Maryland; John played shortstop on a 
Bowie team that won 44 straight games, and attended 
Richmond. 



Jeffrey Mann (William & Mary 71) 
Special teams 

- A Baltimore native who earned his 

\ Master's Degree from Towson State in 

^ """ w. January, 1982, Jeff Mann is another one 

of Ross' original coaching staff at 

a J Maryland. 

Prior to accepting the job as coach of 
nQW special teams. Mann had managed the 
vjfck Metro Nautilus Fitness center in Dun- 

^^^"^™ dalk, Md. since 1980. 

In addition to his Master's in Secondary Education 
with emphasis in Athletic Administration, Mann also 
coached at Towson State for one year (1979). He has an 
extensive background as a high school coach, with nine 
years of experience in football, wrestling, lacrosse and 
track. 

Mann played football and lacrosse at Loyola High, 
then participated in both sports at William & Mary and 
played in the 1970 Tangerine Bowl. After completing his 
undergraduate work, Mann taught and coached at Stratford 
Junior High (Arlington, Va.), then spent seven years 
teaching and coaching in the Baltimore metropolitan 
area. 

Born May 15, 1949, Mann and his wife, Karen, have 
two daughters: Stacy and Molly. 



Dennis M. Murphy 
Defensive guards 

A former tight end /defensive end at 
Notre Dame and an 18-year veteran of 
the college coaching ranks, Denny 
Murphy is entering his fifth season with 
Ross and Maryland — the longest he's 
remained at one school since he left the 
Fighting Irish staff back in 1974. 

Murphy lettered three times at Notre 
Dame, concluding his career with an 
appearance in the North-South Shrine Game. He was 
signed by the Los Angeles Rams but released before the 
1963 season, then served five years as a Naval Flight 
Officer. While with the Navy, he was awarded five Air 
Medals for combat support missions while on deploy- 
ment in Southeast Asia. 

In 1969, Murphy joined Ara Parseghian as a graduate 
assistant, coaching the freshman team and junior varsity 
at Notre Dame while Pursuing his Master's Degree. He 
moved on to Colgate in 1975 as offensive line coach, then 
became defensive coordinator at Holy Cross in 1976. 





Murphy accepted the position as offensive coordinator 
at Eastern Michigan in 1978, where he remained until 
Ross offered him a spot on his Maryland coaching staff in 
1982. Born in Endicott, N.Y. on Oct. 22, 1940, he and his 
wife Cindy have four children: Michelle, Kristen, Lisa 
and Kevin. 



Richard Portee (Eastern Illinois '65) 
Outside linebackers/defensive ends 

With a versatile background in athletic 
administration and coaching experience 
on both sides of the football, Dick 
Portee begins his fifth season at Maryland. 
As outside linebacker coach, Portee is 
responsible for an important part of the 
wide tackle six defense, particularly against 
teams with option quarterbacks and 
outside running strength. 
Another member of Ross' original Terp coaching staff, 
Portee came to College Park from Cornell, where he 
served in multiple capacities from 1977-81. While at 
Cornell, Portee coached the secondary, organized the 
recruiting program, oversaw eligibility, handled housing 
requirements and all film exchanges and acted as a liaison 
for the football program to Minority Educational Affairs. 
A graduate of Eastern Illinois (Health and Physical 
Science) with a similar Master's Degree from Illinois 
State, Portee began his college coaching career at ISU in 
1972, when he coached the offensive backfield and wide 
receivers. He also served as assistant athletic director 
from 1972-74, with primary focus on eligibility, rule 
interpretation and financial aid. 

Prior to obtaining his Master's, Portee was a physical 
education instructor freshman football coach at ISU and 
a teacher at Eisenhower High (Decatur, 111.). A four year 
letterman in football at Eastern Illinois, Portee was an 
All-Conference defensive back in 1963. Born on April 20, 
1942, he and his wife Dorothy have two sons: Danny and 
Ryan. 



Kurt Van Valkenburgh 
Defensive tackles 

The newest member of the Maryland 
football staff and the first full-time 
assistant hired since Ross named his 
original staff in 1982. Kurt Van Valkenburgh 
joined the terps this spring, when Gib 
Romaine moved from coaching to athletic 
administration. 

A graduate of Springfield (Mass.) 
College with a Master's Degree in 
Education, Van Valkenburgh comes to College Park after 
four years at Vanderbilt, where he served as defensive 
coordinator, linebacker coach and secondary coach. One 
of Van Valkenburgh's prize pupils was defensive back 
Leonard Coleman, who set a school record for career 
interceptions and was a first-round pick in the 1984 NFL 
Draft. 




After obtaining his Master's at SUN Y- Albany in 1974, 
Van Valkenburgh began his coaching career there that 
tall as linebacker coach. He moved on to Union (N.Y.) 
College in 1977, where he spent one season as defensive 
coordinator and secondary coach. 

That same year. Van Valkenburgh accepted the 
secondary coach job at Colgate, where he stayed lor four 
yeai s bet ore taking ,i similai position at \ irginia ( 1981) 
The following season, he took the job at Vanderbilt. 

Born April 1 3, 1 949 in Schenectady, N.Y. , Van Valkenburgh 
and wife Marilyn have three children: Heather, Brock and 
Melissa. 

Greg Williams (N.C. State 68) 
Secondary 

Another member of Ross' original 
staff at Maryland, Greg Williams came 
to Maryland in 19X2 from LSU, where 
he had been secondary coach and defensive 
coordinator. 

Williams was a three year letterman 
^^& ^k defensive back al N.C. State, and began 
■ a A his coaching careei at Youngstown State 

^" M^^^B in |969 in 1971 he moved on to Tulsa, 
where he coached the secondary for four years . In 1974, 
Williams accepted the job as defensive coordinator at 
West Virginia, where he doubled as secondary coach for 
two seasons. 

Williams made one more stop -at Texas Christian, 
where he was offensive coordinator and offensive back- 
field coach in 1976 and 1977 — before returning to his 
alma mater for one season. In 1979, Williams went to 
LSU, where he spent three seasons. 

Born Oct. 10. 1946 in Danville, Pa., Williams and wife 
Mary Anne have two daughters: Shelly and Beth. 




MEDICAL STAFF 

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

Dr. Lavine, for 26 years has been 
the University's Team Physician and 
Orthopedic Surgeon. He has medi- 
cally supervised athletes in all of the 
"•* *"~ University's sports programs, which 

f \ 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 w hich 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 had been the team physician for the 
Washington Redskins since 1975. He also was the team 
physician lor the Washington Bullets, 1973-79. I bus. his 
trophy mantle glitters with 5 Maryland ACC Champion- 
ships rings, 2 Redskin Super Bowl rings, and one NBA 
Championship ring while with the Bullets. 

Out of Pittsburgh's(PA) Schcnley High School, he has 
scholarship oilers 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 Shaughnesy. Playing for the late Jim latum his 
junior year, he led the lerps to a 9-1 record including a 
20-7 win over Missouri in 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 
Training Staff in 1 972 and took over 
the 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 Pri- 
vate Pilot's license and enjoys flying when he has the 
opportunity. 

J. J. has hosted several Cramer Student Trainer 
Workshops at Maryland and is active in the National 
Athletic 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 
National 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 2 '/; years old, and 
he has a stepson, Brandon Cole 9. 



Robert James Weir 
Assistant Trainer 

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

Since joining the Terps, in addition 
to his duties with the football team, he has served as the 
Head Basketball trainer, and worked with most of the 
men's sports. He 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. 




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Jim and his wife Merlene have two sons, James 
Andrew, 23, and Robert Joseph, 20, and daughter 
Christina Eileen, 16. Jim and Robert both attended the 
University. Robert is in his third year with the UM 
Marching Band. He was a member of the University's 
Ail-American Marching Band for President Ronald 
Reagan's Inauguration. 



Athletic Department 



Mailing Address: 



Telephone: 



Box 295 

College Park. Maryland 

20740 - 0295 

AREA CODE (301) 



Frank Grimaldi, Jr. 
Assistant Trainer 




Frank Grimaldi joined the Mary- 
land training staff in time for the 1983 
football 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 Basketball Trainer. 

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







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Junior defensive guard Bob Arnold fettered as both a red-shirt freshman and 
sophomore; as a starter in 1 9H5, he had 69 tackles, S ' > sacks, an interception and a 
fumble recovery. 



ADMINISTRATION 

OFFICE HOME 

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

Associate AD— Randy Hoffman 454-4705 Unlisted 

Associate AD— Robert Stumpff 454-6562 725-1533 

Assistant AD— Jack Zane 864-4076 322-3265 

Assistant AD— Gothard Lane 454-5854 535-0852 

Associate AD —Jeff Hathaway 454-2641 

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 

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— Jack Flynn 454-5158 656-6721 

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 454-3332 725-4832 

Basketball— Charles G. Driesell 454-2126 Unlisted 

Crosscountry— Charles Torpey 454-4816 454-2398 

Football— Bobby Ross 454-2125 927-0790 

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 

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

Wrestling— John McHugh 454-2652 530-1553 

COACHES - WOMEN 

Basketball— Chris Weller 454-5939 Unlisted 

Cross Country— Charles Torpey 454-4816 454-2398 

Field Hockey— Sue Tyler 454-5970 794-9491 

Gymnastics— Bob Nelligan 454-7422 937-9253 

Lacrosse— Sue Tyler 454-5970 794-9491 

Swimming— Charles Hoffman 454-2756 431-1170 

Tennis— Robert Goeltz 454-4136 977-7813 

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

Volleyball— Barbara Drum 454-3090 345-8710 

STAFF 

Trainer— John J. Bush 454-4819 699-0039 

Assistant Trainers— Jim Weir 454-4819 431-6991 

—Sandy Worth 454-7418 345-4821 

—Frank Grimaldi 454-4819 577-1054 

Equipment Managers Ron Fulton 454-2127 

— Lee Kloskey 454-2127 

—Todd Goodman 454-4817 

-Vinny Mayolo 454-4676 

Stadium Grounds Lindy Kehoe 454-2822 

—"Bunk" Carter 454-2825 

SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE 

Director Jack Zane 864-4076 322-3265 

Assistant-Joe F. Blair 454-2123 589-6883 

Assistant— Mary L. Baldwin 454-2123 

Assistant-John Hawkins 454-2123 661-2659 



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1986 
TERPS 

AZIZUDDIN ABDUR-RA'OOF (87) "Ziz" 
6-1, 194 (4/8/65) Jr.*, Millersville, Maryland 

Two-year letterman as a wide receiver 
. . . alternated with James Milling in 
'85 as they served as messengers bring 
in plays . . . still a wide receiver but 
will play the split end spot this fall in 
order to get both he and Milling in 
the game at the same time . . . has 
played in 24 consecutive games for 
the Terps and caught one or more 
passes in each game . . . school record for consecutive 
games (regular season) catching a pass is 23 by John Tice 
. . . Ziz has 22 now ... he has 60 regular season receptions 
for 1,109 yards and six touchdowns and in two'bowl 
games has added eight for 131 yards and a td . . . total of 
68 catches for 1,240 yards and seven td's ... his first td 
reception was against Duke for 32 yards as a freshman 
and he added a 25-yard scoring catch against Virginia . . . 
he was credited with one reception for 2 1 yards in his first 
collegiate game but had a 67-yard td called back by a 
penalty . . . in his second game as a receiver he caught four 
passes for 1 23 yards against Vanderbilt including a 5 1 and 
55 yarder ... as a freshman his 25 receptions ranked him 
tenth in the ACC while his 438 yards was sixth ... his 35 
receptions as a sophomore placed him sixth in the league 
while only two players topped his 671 yards and he had 
the best average yards per catch of those with 30 or more 
receptions ... his top game as a sophomore was 1 1 6 yards 
and a pair of touchdowns, 39 and 42 yds., against Wake 
Forest on four receptions ... he had 90 yards on five 
catches and an 11 -yard td against West Virginia, 96 yards 
on four catches and a 29-yard score against Duke and 
added 86 yards and a td against Syracuse in the Cherry 
Bowl on five catches ... in two bowl games he has eight 
catches for 131 yards and a touchdown, stats that do not 
count in his career or Maryland records ... he has caught 
two or more passes in his last 17 games and in 21 of his 24 
games ... in two games each, he has caught nine passes 
for 135 yards and a td against West Virginia, seven for 1 7 1 
and two td's vs Wake Forest, five for 128 and two td's vs 
Duke, six for 111 yards vs Penn State and six for 107 
yards and a td vs Syracuse . . . also in two games he has six 
for 69 vs North Carolina, five for 70 vs Clemson, four for 
84 and td vs Virginia, four for 53 vs Miami and three for 
28 yards vs North Carolina State ... in single games he 
has four for 123 vs Vanderbilt, four for 58 vs Boston 
College, three for 45 vs Tennessee and two for 58 vs 
Michigan ... he had a super career as a quarterback for 
Northeast High and was named "prep athlete of the year" 
by the Baltimore Evening Sun . . . passed for 1,131 yards 
and rushed for 70 1 as the all-metro first team quarterback 
. . . athlete of the week for his track performances in high 
winning 100 and 200 meter dashes at the regional 
championships in record times of 10.7 and 21.9 and 
placing second in the 400 with a 47.8 . . . won state 
championship at 100 and 200 meters and second in 400 
... his football and basketball teams in high both gained 



the semi-finals of the state championships, football in 
1981 and basketball in 1983 . . . most memorable moments 
include beating South River 21-20 for state playoff berth 
as he was eight for 1 2 for 1 87 yards and a td and ran for 37 
yards ... in college his four catches for 1 1 6 yards and two 
td's against Wake Forest and five catches for 96 yards and 
a td vs Syracuse in Cherry Bowl . . . captained the football 
and basketball teams and president of student body at 
Northeast and member of "Student Athletic Advisory 
Board" at Maryland . . . honored at National Football 
Foundation Scholar Athlete Awards Banquet . . . born in 
Annapolis, Maryland ... in College of Liberal Arts as a 
Speech Communication major . . . 



FRESHMAN 
SOPHOMORE 

TOTALS 
TWO BOWLS 



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35 



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MARK TERENCE AGENT (66) "Mark" 
6-5, 264 (12/14/67) Fr.*, Baltimore, Maryland 

Offensive left tackle . . . redshirted as 
a freshman in '85 . . . had a fine spring 
working with the first two units and 
has potential to be an excellent col- 
lege lineman ... all met and high 
school All-American at Gilman 
School as a center in football . . . 
forward on basketball team and 
■»« handled the shot-put chores on the 
track team . . . shot-put champion MSA in high . . . most 
memorable moments in high include 13-7 win over 
Baltimore Poly, 21-0 win over McDonough and 80-yard 
drive in closing moments of the 1983 win over Calvert 
Hall that ended with a quarterback sneak . . . born in 
Baltimore . . . Education major. 

O'BRIEN DARWIN ALSTON (60) "OB" 

6-7, 227 (12/21/65) Jr.*, Fort Washington, Maryland 

Two-year letterman outside line- 
backer (DE) in wide tackle six de- 
fense . . . lettered on Sun Bowl team 
and started in Cherry Bowl after 
redshirting in '83 . . . bench presses 
over 300 pounds and has good quick- 
ness . . . had 25 tackles as redshirt 
freshman with 12 coming on special 
teams . . . added 24 as a sophomore 
with six on the special teams ... he had one tackle in the 
backfield for a three-yard loss and a pass interception 
against Wake Forest ... 33 of his 49 tackles have come on 
first hits ... he has blocked punt to his credit as a 
freshman along with an eight-yard kickoff return ... he 
was a defensive end and tackle on the Oxon Hill State 
Champions winning title in Byrd Stadium over Churchill 
. . . center/ forward on basketball team and right fielder in 
baseball in high . . . all-met and all-state football in high 
. . . brother Joseph played baseball at Oxon Hill for three 
years . . . born in Connecticut . . . Law Enforcement 
major. Blocked 

Tackles lsl Mil Int. Punls 

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SOPHOMORE 24 15 I 




TOTALS 

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DAVID ROBERT AMEND (77) "Dave" 
6-4Vi, 273 (5/18/65) Jr.*. Baltimore, Maryland 

Two year letter/man . . . offensive 
right guard . . . will start at offensive 
guard in "86 after opening the '85 
season as the starting center . . . 
lettered at defensive guard in '84 on 
the Sun Bowl team . . . excellent 
athlete with good strength . . . bench 
presses nearly 400 pounds . . . he had 
23 tackles in '84 including lour in the 
Sun Bowl game . . . two of his Sun Bowl tackles came in 
the Tennessee backfield . . . moved to center in '85 to fill a 
void there . . . moved to guard in spring when all 
lettermen guards departed for NFL camps . . . has the 
potential to be one of the best . . . all-met defensive 
lineman at Archbishop Curley High . . . honored by 
National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame at 
Baltimore's 20th annual Scholar-Athlete Awards Dinner 
. . . also played offensive tackle and wrestled in high . . . 
won the MSA heavyweight wrestling title . . . played in 
1982 all-star game against the county with three sacks, a 
fumble recovery and caused three fumbles in the game . . . 
father attended Maryland in 1956 and was a high school 
All-American at Patterson High in Baltimore . . . Dave 
was also second team all-met in track handling the discus 
chores . . . captained the football and wrestling teams . . . 
most memorable moments include 9-7 win over Gilman. 
being named the Scholar Athlete of the Yearat Archbishop 
Curley, and receiving all-met honors in both '81 and '82 
. . . born in Baltimore. 




KOBIKI I'M I \K\()| I) (99) "Bob" 

6-3'/ 2 , 261 (1/4/65) Jr.*, Wyncote, Pennsylvania 

Two year Ictterman defensive guard 
. . . redshirted in '83, lettered on Sun 
Bowl team, and started on Cherry 
Bowl team . . . had 13 tackles with 
two for no gain and five first hits on 
'84 team . . . had 69 tackles with 40 
first hits, five and half sacks, a pass 
interception against North Carolina, 
recovered a fumble and had a tackle 
for no gain in '85 . . . seven of his tackles last fall were in 
the backfield and they accounted for 44 yards in losses by 
opponents ... he added two unassisted tackles against 
Syracuse in the Cherry Bowl . . . strong bench pressing 
over 400 pounds . . . played behind all-ACC guard Bruce 
Mesner as a redshirt freshman then moved to the other 
side where he started . . . all-state defensive tackle at 
Bishop McDevitt in high where he also handled the 
shotput chores on the track team . . . co-captain of the 
football team in high . . . played in the Big 33 East- West 
all-star game and the Montgomery County North-South 
all-star games in 1983 . . . most memorable moment in 
sports was shut-out of Father Judge, the undefeated 
Catholic League Champions, in the first game of the 1982 
playoffs . . . has six brothers and five sisters . . . hobby is 
weightlifting . . . born in Glenside. Pennsylvania . . . 
Business major. 



FRESHMAN 
SOPHOMORE 

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NORMAN MICHAEL ANDERSON (31) "Mike" 
5-9'/ 2 , 186 (5/17/67) Soph., Capitol Heights, Maryland 

Lettered as a running back in his 
freshman year last fall . . . played in 
eight games as a freshman and carried 
15 times for 38 net yards . . . longest 
run was 1 1 yards . . . also had nine 
tackles with eight first hits on the 
special teams . . . outstanding high 
school career at DeMatha Catholic 
... on USA Today "Fabulous 44 
Academic All-America team and honorable mention all- 
USA football team in 1983 and '84 . . . all-Catholic team 
in '83 and '84 . . . all-met first team in '83 and '84 by 
Pigskin Club and Washington Post . . . Outstanding 
Player in Metropolitan Atlantic Conference in 1984 by 
the Football Officials Association . . . Offensive Player of 
the Year by Prince George's Journal and also the Sentinel 
. . . all-met Golden 1 1 by WRC-TV in '83 and '84 and 
all-met by WDVM-TV in '84 . . . US Army Reserve top 
100 in the nation in 1983 . . . four letters in football, three 
in basketball and two in track as a sprinter at DeMatha 
... his father Norman played football at Hampton 
Institute and his mother Elois was a basketball player at 
Virginia State . . . born in Washington. D.C. . . . Business 
major. 



LEWIS IRVIN ASKEW Jr. (13) "Lewis" 

5-10'/ 2 , 192 (5/14/64) Sr.*, Monroeville, Pennsylvania 

Two year letterman defensive back 
. . . enrolled at Maryland in 1982 . . . 
joined the Terps as a walk-on and 
redshirted in '83 . . . lettered in 1984 
and '85 . . . had 14 tackles in '84 with 
1 1 coming on special teams ... 1 1 of 
14 tackles were first hits . . . also 
recovered a fumble ... in '85 he had 
27 tackles with 19 coming on special 
teams and 20 of the 27 tackles were first hits ... he had 
one tackle for no gain and recovered a fumble ... he 
received the top special team performer award in '85 . . . 
he was the starting defensive right halfback at the end of 
spring practice . . . strong bench pressing 340 . . . corner- 
back at Gateway High where he also played basketball . . . 
born in Pittsburgh . . .Engineering major. 




19 




the football 



ALVIN WILBERT BLOUNT (33) "Alvin" 
(CO-CAPTAIN) 

5-9'/:, 197 (2/12/65) Sr., Greenbelt, Maryland 

Three year letterman . . . lettered as a 
running back on the Florida Citrus 
Bowl team in his first semester with 
the Terps ... he has been an extreme- 
ly durable back playing in 36 games 
N, \w in his three years, handling the foot- 

v >i P^ \ ball 395 times and gaining 2,454 

yards ... he has gained an average of 
6.2 yards every time he has touched 
he has rushed for 1,865 yards on 345 
carries for 5.4 average per carry ... he has caught 41 
passes for 429 yards and returned eight kickoffs for 160 
yards . . . scored 84 points on 14 touchdowns, ten rushing 
and four on pass receptions ... his longest run has been 72 
yards against Virginia and his longest pass reception 52 
yards against North Carolina ... he also has a 50 yard 
pass reception against Wake Forest for a touchdown . . . 
his top rushing games have been 214 yards against 
Clemson, in Baltimore, on 29 carries two TD's . . . 186 
yards against Virginia, in Byrd Stadium, on 28 carries 
with one TD ... 1 32 against Syracuse in the Cherry Bowl 
on 24 carries with one TD ... he has also rushed for 109 
on 23 carries at West Virginia and 104 on nine carries at 
Virginia ... he has caught at least one pass in 19 of the 24 
games since he became a regular in the lineup ... his top 
game as a receiver was four receptions and a TD against 
Vanderbilt ... he has caught three passes in a game five 
times (against North Carolina, Clemson, Virginia and 
Miami twice) ... he earned a $1,000 scholarship, from 
Cheverolet.forthe University with his performance in the 
Virginia game as he rushed for the 186 yards in a game 
telecast nationally by CBS ... he bench presses 300 
pounds and has the best vertical jump on the team ... he 
seems to get stronger as the season goes along ... in the 
last three games of the 1984 season he rushed for 398 
yards on 52 carries and in the final three games of 1 985 he 
picked up 403 yards on 69 carries ... he was the ACC 
Rookie of the Week with his 57 yards rushing against 
Duke as a freshman, the ACC Offensive player of the 
Week against Clemson with his 214 yards rushing as a 
sophomore and the Cheverolet Player of the game with 
his 186 yards rushing against Virginia as a junior ... as a 
sophomore he ranked fifth in the ACC in all-purpose 
yards and seventh in rushing ... as a junior he ranked 
fourth in rushingand eighth in all-purpose running ... he 
is one of only two ball carriers returning from the top 
eight in the ACC in 1985 ... he has played in three bowl 
games although he did not carry the ball as a freshman in 
the Florida Citrus Bowl ... in the last two (Sun and 
Cherry) he has rushed for 212 yards on 38 carries and 
scored once ... he was a running back and defensive back 
for Eleanor Roosevelt High where he also served as an 
outfielder on the baseball team and sprinter on the track 



team . . . born in Wash 


ington 


D.C. 




Law Enforcement 


major. 














Carries 


Yards 


Avg. 


TD 


Recp. 


Yards 


TD 


FRESHMAN 


66 


8.3 





2 


20 





SOPHOMORE 128 


759 


5.9 


5 


20 


269 


3 


JUNIOR 171 


828 


4.8 


4 


IS 


1 IS 


1 


TOTALS .107 


1653 


5.4 


4 


40 


427 


4 


BOWL. GAMES 


212 


5.6 


1 


1 


2 







JOHN RUSSELL BONATO (20) "John" 
5-10, 165 (7/22/64) Jr.* Annandale, Virginia 

a Wide receiver who has played the last 

two years but has not lettered . . . 
redshirted in 1983 and then caught a 
pass in five of the first six games of 
the season . . . was injured and missed 
the remainder of the season and the 
Sun Bowl game finishing the season 
with six receptions for 75 yards . . . 
joined the team as a walk-on but 
earned a scholarship during his redshirt year . . . joined 
the Terps from Annandale High and Massanutten Military 
Academy . . . wide receiver for two years at Annandale 
and all-district as a second baseman on the baseball team 
. . . earned three letters in baseball . . . brother Louis 
played football and baseball at Richmond ... on two 
district championship teams in football and on one in 
baseball at Annandale . . . lists most memorable moment 
in sports as catching winning touchdown pass with 10 
seconds left for 23-2 1 win over the Lee Lancers . . . hobby 
is music . . . born in Washington, D.C. . . . Biology major. 



LEON HENSON BRAY (23) "Leon" 

6-0 186 (9/14/66) Soph.*, McKeesport, Pennsylvania 

Redshirted in'84 as a wide receiver 
moved to defense in '85 but did not 
play . . . defensive safety in spring 
behind J. B. Brown . . . 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 . . . hobby is swimming . . . 
born in McKeesport. 



JAMES HAROLD BROWN, JR. (4) "J.B." 

6-1, 183 (1/5/67) Soph. Fort Washington, Maryland 

Lettered as a Freshman on the Cherry 
Bowl team in his first semester at 
Maryland . . . had nine tackles with 
six on the special teams . . . six of the 
nine were first hits . . . had his first 
collegiate interception against North 
Carolina and returned it 33 yards to 
the Tar Heel 44 . . . starting safety in 
spring . . . has good quickness and 
strength, bench pressing 300 pounds . . . wide receiver and 
defensive back at DeMatha High where he earned three 
letters in football and also lettered in track and played 
.IV. basketball . . . on championship 440 relay team in 
high . . . also on two championship football teams . . . 
captained the track team . . . all-met by Washington Post 
and on WRC TV Golden II... born in Washington, 
D.C. 





20 



THOM LEES BROWN (39) "Thorn" 

5-10'/ 2 , 183 (9/14/63) Sr.* Norristown, Pennsylvania 

Joined the Terps as a walk-on full- 
back from Ferrum Junior College . . . 
redshirted in '84 and did not play in 
'85 with back injury . . . captained the 
Albemarle High football team his 
senior year. . . also attended Laramie 
and Methacton High . . . team MVP 
at Albemarle, won 1()0'7 award, all- 
region and Charlottesville Falcon 

Club MVP nominee . . . bench presses 370 pounds . . . 

born in Pottstown. Pennsylvania. 




WAYNE VINCENT BRUNSON (97) "Wayne" 
6-3'/ 2 , 243 (4/22/66) Soph.* Mt. Vernon, New York 

Letterman defensive tackle on Cherry 
Bowl team . . . redshirted as fresh- 
man in '84 . . . had eight tackles last 
fall including one in the opponent's 
backfield and all eight were first hits 
. . .captained the conference champion- 
ship team at Mt. Vernon High as a 
defensive end and offensive tackle . . . 
IB earned three letters in football along 
first team all-state honors . . . also center on 
scored the first touchdown of the 
season his senior year when he picked up a blocked punt 
and ran it from his defensive end position . . . older bro- 
ther Greg is a basketball player . . . born in New Rochelle. 
New York. 




with 
basketball team 



KEITH S. BULLOCK (41) "Keith" 

6-0 222 (7/12/66) Soph.* Berlin, New Jersey 

Lettered as a fullback and on the 
special teams in '85 ... had four 
carries at fullback and two unassisted 
tackles on the special teams . . .joined 
the Terps from Edgewood High along 
with his twin brother Kevin . . . bench 
presses 385 pounds . . . redshirted in 
'84 ... co-captain of high school 
team with his brother . . . halfback 
and nose guard in high . . . ran hurdles on track team 
winning national championship in 1982 in400 hurdles . . . 
shuttle hurdle relay team ranked fourth in nation . . . state 
champion in 100 high hurdles . . . four brothers and three 
sisters and all participate in sports ... his aunt Leola 
Toomer captained the Maryland women's track team in 
'83 . . . born in Camden. New Jersey. Law Enforcement 
major. 




TERRY All KID BURKE (59) "Terry" 

6-0, 216 (10/23/65) Sr. Silver Spring Maryland 

^^^^ 1 hree yeai letterman as outside linc- 

m Hk backer (defensive end) in wide tackle 

six . . . inside linebacker in '83 as a 
freshman with 24 tackles including 
two on the special teams . . . moved 
"X to the outside in '84 and had 15 
^B ISA tackles with five special teams . . . 

nine tackles last fall with three on the 
special teams ... he has I I tackles in 
bowl games including eight in the Florida Citrus, two in 
the Cherry and one in the Sun Bowl . . . MVP at 
Northwood High as a linebacker where he also ran track 
(sprints) and handled the shot put chores . . . also played 
basketball in high . . . brother Brent attended Maryland 
and brother Steven played for the Terps in 1983 as a 
letterman running back . . . captained the Northwood 
football and track teams . . . played in Byrd Stadium in 
state championship game . . . MVP and captain of the 
regional championship game . . . bench presses 385 
pounds . . . born in Los Angeles, California. 





EDWARD ARTHUR CHAPMAN (96) "Ted" 
6-2, 260 (4/5/64) Sr.* Salisbury, Maryland 

£_^^ Two year letterman defensive tackle 

. . .joined the Terps as a walk-on and 
jk earned his scholarship . . . played in 
'82 but did not letter . . . redshirted in 
'83 . . . started in '84 and '85 . . . had 
46 tackles in '84 with seven quarter- 
back sacks and 1 1 tackles in op- 
*^r\/ ponents backfield for 65 yards in 
losses . . . two tackles for no gain . . . 
had 58 tackles last fall with four sacks and eight tackles in 
the backfield for minus 38 yards . . . recovered two 
fumbles last fall and one in '84 . . . seven sacks led the team 
in '84 . . . intercepted a pass and returned it five yards 
against Duke as a sophomore . . . baseball catcher, 
defensive end, fullback and punter while also wrestling as 
a 185 pounder at Parkside High . . . captained the 
football, baseball and wrestling teams . . . MVP in 
football . . . most memorable moment as a player, scoring 
two point conversion to beat Wicomico 14-13 ... as a 
wrestler placed third one year and fourth another in state 
. . . bench presses 385 pounds and has a good quickness 
. . . Business major. 



SOPHOMORE 
JUNIOR 

TOTALS 
BOWL GAMES 



Tackles First Hit Sacks No Gain Int. Fbl. Rec. 

46 33 7 2 I 1 

58 35 4 I : 



104 
5 



68 
1 



21 




BRYANT O'KEITH COVINGTON (1) "Keeta" 
5-8, 185 (3/6/65) Sr., Danville, Virginia 

All-ACC defensive back as a junior 
. . . two year lelterman . . . wide re- 
ceiver as a freshman but did not letter 
. . . had four tackles on the special 
teams as a freshman ... as a sopho- 
more had 49 tackles with 33 first hits 
and two tackles in the opponents 
backfield for minus nine yards . . . 
also had one interception and recov- 
ered a fumble . . . returned punts and kickoffs ... as a 
junior he had 50 tackles with 41 first hits and one in the 
backfield along with a league leading six interceptions . . . 
returned punts and kickoffs . . . led ACC in kickoff return 
average, 23.2, and interceptions with six . . . fifth in punt 
return average in league with 6.4 ... as a sophomore he 
led the league in punt returns, 10.5 and was fifth in kickoff 
returns with 19.2 average . . . won the Maryland "Tough 
Terp" award in spring practice ... his six interceptions 
last fall were returned 94 yards with a 34 yard return 
against Miami, and two for 45 yards against Virginia . . . 
he also had interceptions against Michigan, Duke and 
West Virginia . . . recovered a fumble against Michigan 
... he has advanced the football 1 ,658 yards for the Terps 
in the past two years while handling the ball 107 times . . . 
he has also taken the ball away from opponents 12 times 
... he has made 1 3 tackles in bowl games with the biggest 
coming in the Sun Bowl . . . with the Terps leading 
Tennessee 28-27 and 1:12 left in the game he made a tackle 
on the Maryland 25 causing a fumble that was recovered 
by his brother Al . . . Maryland ran out the clock to 
preserve the win ... he was all state at George Washington 
High as a wide receiver in football and as a 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 . . . captained the football team . . . was 
on the All-ACC team last fall with his brother Al . . . born 
in Danville, Virginia. 



FRESHMAN 

SOPHOMORE 

JUNIOR 



Tackles 

4 
49 
53 



First Hit 

2 
33 
36 



Tkls. 
Loss 

0/0 

2/9 
1/3 



No Cain 







Int. 


1 
6(94) 



1 hi. Rec. 

1 



TOTALS 


106 


71 


3/12 


1 


7(94) 


3 


BOWL GAMES 


13 


12 


0/0 





1(3) 


1 




KO Ret 


Yards 


Avg 


Punt Ret 


Yards 


Avg 


SOPHOMORE 


25 


479 


19.2 


26 


274 


10.5 


JUNIOR 


24 


556 


23.2 


16 


103 


6.4 



TOTALS 
BOWL GAMES 



49 

4 



1035 
95 



21 I 
23.8 



42 
4 



377 
54 



9.0 
13.5 



MATTHEW WILLIAM D'AMICO (49) "Matt" 
6-2, 225 (6/9/65) Soph. Potomac, Maryland 

Letter man inside linebacker. . .joined 
the Terps for spring semester of 1 985 
from Fork Union Military Academy 
. . . good strength bench pressing 370 
pounds . . . had 1 1 tackles with seven 
first hits in his first year with the 
^ ^ Terps ... had a spring practice under 

^w V his belt • • • mne °f the tackles came 

JB^ ' -^^3 on the special teams ... captained the 

football team at be h Fork Union and T.S.Wootton High 




. . . tackle in high and all-county at Wootton and de- 
fensive MVP at Fork Union . . . scored a touchdown 
against Richmond JV while at Fork Union . . . brother 
Dave played football at Ithaca College . . .adds depth to 
the linebacker position that is considered a strongpoint 
. . . also played basketball in high . . . born in Boston, 
Massachusetts. 



RICHARD DAVID DEAN II "Rich" 

5-10'/ 2 , 190 (5/22/66) Fr.*, Upper Marlboro, Maryland 

Joined the Terps as a walk-on defen- 
sive back from Largo high . . . line- 
backer and kicker in 1983 at Largo 
where he also lettered as a 1 55-pound 
wrestler . . . joined the Terps from 
Southwestern Christian but did not 
play any sports there . . . kicked a 
field goal with two minutes left to 
• — • — ^* beat Surrattsville 3-0 in his sopho- 
more year in high . . . born in Abilene, Texas . . . 
Marketing and Finance major. 



DAVID WILSON DIGGS "David" 

6-0, 208 (3/16/65) Soph.*, Millers, Maryland 

^^^^ Walk-on outside linebacker candiate 

X ^k from North Carroll high where he 

m ^^^^ was a quarterback in football, a 155- 

■f -£3» .—-Jr pound wrestler and hurdler on the 

track team. Four letters in track and 
_£i two each in football and wrestling. . . 

*jt& \_ ,, - J*Fv captained all three sports in high 
?V ^rr**S school ... set three school records in 
track and a rushing and passing 
record at North Carroll . . . redshirted in '84 and on 
Cherry Bowl team but did not participate in '85 ... 
member of Delta Upsilon fraternity . . . born in Balti- 
more . . . Business major. 




DOUGLAS VINCENT DRAGAN (24) "Doug" 
6-3, 241 (2/24/65) Jr.*, Beaver, Pennsylvania 

Letterman linebacker . . . redshirted 
in '83 ... lettered in '84 with two 
unassisted tackles, one on the special 
teams ... on the '85 Cherry Bowl 
team but did not participate . . . came 
to Maryland from Beaver Area high 
where he was fullback and linebacker 
^ > 1^-- , in football two years and earned 

V v three letters in baseball as a pitcher 

and first baseman . . . co-captain of the football team and 
captain of the baseball team . . . named the best defensive 
player in high and received the "head-hunter" award . . . 
on WPIAI. championship team two years in high . . . 
second in State in baseball in high losing to Reading . . . 
on Pittsburgh Press "finest 44" in football ... on the Big 
33 West all-star team in 1983 . . . born in Indiana, 
Pennsylvania . . . Business major. 




22 




DUANE RODERICK DUNHAM (98) "Duane" 
6-2'/i, 226 (12/16/64) Jr.*, (Jaithersburg, Maryland 

Two-year letterman defensive tackle 
on the Sun Bowl and Cherry Bowl 
teams . . . redshirted in 1983 . . . had 
15 tackles with nine first hits last fall 
. . . two tackles for 12 yards in losses 
came in opponents backlield and one 
was a quarterback sack . . . had 43 
tackles as a redshirt freshman with 28 
first hits and one sack for a seven- 
yard loss ... in two years has a total of 58 tackles, two 
sacks, and three tackles in backlield for minus 19 yards 
. . . captained the football team for John Harvill at 
(iaithersburg high where he lettered twice in football and 
track and played basketball . . . weight man on track team 
playing for former Terrapin Fred Joyce . . . born in St. 
Louis, Missouri. 



FERRELL EDMUNDS, JR. (92) "Ferrell" 
6-6, 235 (4/16/65) Jr.*, Danville, Virginia 

Two-year letterman tight end . . . 
honorable mention All-American by 
Associated Press in 1985 . . . caught 
21 passes for 314 yards and four 
touchdowns in '85 and carried three 
times for 30 yards on end around . . . 
scoring receptions of two, four, 20 
and 40 yards . . . had a 17-yard run 
from scrimmage against Penn State 
and two TD's in Clemson game on receptions of two and 
20 yards . . . had six receptions for 101 yards against 
Clemson including a 44-yard reception in final seconds on 
the Clemson seven setting up winning field goal with :03 
seconds left . . . Terps won 34-3 1 . . . caught one or more 
passes in last 1 1 games of the season including the Cherry 
Bowl . . . was shut out in the Penn State opener after 
catching one or more in the last nine games as a redshirt 
freshman . . . thus has caught one or more in 20 of last 2 1 
games becoming a starter in the fourth game of the 1984 
season . . . had 1 7 catches for 234 yards and a touchdown 
as a freshman after redshirting in 1983 . . . first collegiate 
TD came on a four-yard catch against Wake Forest in his 
first start ... he had a 40-yard TD catch against 
Tennessee in Sun Bow 1 and then added scoring catches of 
four yards against Miami, two and 20 against Clemson 
and 40 yards against Virginia ... he has scored 36 points 
. . . came to Maryland from championship team at 
George Washington high . . . the same school that sent the 
Covington brothers Al and Keeta to Maryland . . . 
lettered twice in football and also in basketball in high . . . 
has six sisters and two brothers . . . younger brother also 
plays football . . . excellent athlete, bench pressing 330 
with good speed and strong vertical jump . . . born in 
South Boston, Virginia. 




1/ 




JASON EARL EDWARDS (95) "Jason" 

6-1, 228 (9/12/64) .Sr.*, Upper Marlboro, Maryland 

Walk-on defensive tackle . . . red- 
shirted in '84 . . . played but did not 
letter in '85 . . . on 1985 Cherrv Bowl 
team . . . bench presses 400 pounds 
. . .joined the Terps from Frederick 
^v Douglas high where he was a middle 
■P linebacker . . . honor roll student in 
\W\h high ()I1 'Kl championship team . . . 
21 brother James played at John's 
Hopkins . . . born in Washington, D.C. . . . Engineering 
major. 

CHARLES FAUCETTE, JR. (11) "Chuck" 
(CO-CAPTAIN) 

6-2'/ 2 , 238 (10/7/63) Sr., Willingboro, New Jersey 

^^^^^ All-ACC linebacker . . . three-year 

letterman in only three years on the 

team . . . honorable mention All- 

J J^-^f American . . . one of the best line- 

0^" -^ backers in the nation make: th 

"^ big play on defense ... as freshman 
*~^V j^- recovered a fumble against PittS- 

B|K burgh with 1 : 14 left to preserve 13-7 

.JtfHk^HH Maryland win named V < 
of the week for the Pitt game ... as a sophomore he was 
named the ACC defensive back of the week for the Wake 
Forest game and as a junior was honored for his 
performance in the Boston College and North Carolina 
State games ... in the N.C. State game the Wolfpack had 
a first and goal on the Maryland one with a 10-3 lead 
when Mike Miller went over the top . . . however Faucette 
came over the top also and when they met in mid air the 
ball popped loose, with Keeta Covington recovering it on 
the one . . . for his career Faucette has 342 tackles with 1 74 
first hits, five quarteback sacks, four pass interceptions 
and has recovered four fumbles ... he has added eight 
tackles for no gain and 1 1 in the opponents backfield for 
minus 40 yards ... he led the team in tackles as a junior 
with 144 ... he has lettered on three bowl teams, the 
Florida Citrus, Sun and Cherry with the Terps winning 
the last two . . . bench presses 365 . . . co-winner of the 
Tough Terp award in the spring with Keeta Covington . . . 
lettered as a middle linebacker and fullback at Willingboro 
high for three years where he was accorded all-state and 
All-American honors . . . also all-state as an outfielder in 
baseball for three years . . . signed with Toronto after 
graduation from high and spent two years in the Toronto 
farm system before deciding to attend college in lieu of a 
professional baseball career . . . had a scholarship to 
attend UCLA for both football and baseball out of high 
school . . . captained both the football and baseball teams 
in high and now the captain of his football team at 
Maryland . . . younger brother Patrick has been playing 
football, basketball and baseball since he was eight and 
Steven began football and wrestling at eight . . . made his 
home in Cinniminson, New Jersev . . . born in Levitown. 



FRESHMAN 
SOPHOMORE 

TOTALS 
BOWL GAMES 



Recepl. 



38 
5 



Yds. 


TD's 


Carries 


Yds. 


234 


1 








314 


4 


3 


30 


54K 


5 


3 


30 


109 


1 









Pennsy 


lvania . . 


. Business 


major. 












1st 


QB 


No 


Tkls. 




Fmble. 




Tkls. 


Hit 


Sack 


Gain 


Loss 


Int. 


Recv. 


FRESH 


52 


23 














2 


SOPH 


120 


60 


2 


4 


5(12) 


2(20) 


1 


II MOR 


14 


„ 


3 


2 


6(28) 


2(12) 


1 


TOTAL 


316 


169 


5 


6 


11(401 


4(32) 


4 


BOWLS 


26 


5 





2 












23 






STEVEN THOMAS FLEMING "Steve" 
6-4'/ 2 , 233 (9/14/65) Soph.*, Denton, Maryland 

~;w Walk-on transfer from Southern Con- 

A : ^\ necticut State ... offensive tackle. . . 

^k has served as a Lance Corporal in the 

™ "S" Tyf Marine Corps and plans to return to 

, — Marine Corps after graduation from 

Maryland . . . from Fox Lane high in 

Bedford, New York . . . offensive 

tackle for three years in high and 

named to the 1983 Daily News All- 

Star team . . . also a defenseman in Lacrosse in high . . . 

father graduated from Maryland in 1956 and his sister 

Cheryl graduated from Maryland in 1973 . . . has two 

brothers (one younger) and five older sisters . . . brother 

Mike was a Javelin thrower for Cornell . . . born in 

Bronxville, New York. 

ANTHONY CHARLES FRANCISCUS (79) "Tony" 
6-3!/ 2 , 253 (5/12/66) Fr.*, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 

Redshirted as a freshman defensive 
tackle . . . joined the Terps from 
Conestoga Valley high where he was 
a defensive tackle for three years, 
heavyweight wrestler for two years 
\ ¥ and also weight man on the track 

team . . . second team all-state in 
football and lineman of the year at 
Conestoga High . . . sectional cham- 
pion in wrestling . . . co-captain of the football team in 
high . . . born in Lancaster. 

TIMOTHY RICHARD GAARN "Tim" 

6-1, 186 (2/21/65) Jr.*, Englewood, New Jersey 

^^|^^ Walk-on defensive back from St. 

M "*^*\ Cecilias ami Paramus Catholic high 

. . . one year at St. Cecilias and three 
at Paramus as a quarterback and 
defensive back . . . MVP in high and 
all-league, all-county and all-sub- 
urban honors . . . captained the foot- 
ball team in '83 and also played 
baseball and basketball . . . first start 
at Paramus was against his old high school St. Cecilia and 
he scored three times while also throwing a TD pass . . . 
attended Montclair State in 1983-84 . . . has three sisters 
and all three competed as swimmers in college with sister 
Peggy at Maryland 1981-85 . . . born in Englewood, New 
Jersey. 

CHARLES WALTER GASSAWAY, JR. (35) "Charlie" 
6-l'/ 2 , 185 (5/14/66) Fr.*, Gaithersburg, Maryland 

Redshirt freshman defensive back 
. . . had a fine spring practice as right 
halfback . . . from Gaithersburg high 
where he played for John Harvill and 
former Terp Fred Joyce . . . honor- 
able mention Ail-American in high, 
Montgomery County MVP and on 
WRC TV Golden II... Maryland 
state champion in long jump, second 
in triple jump, and hoi able mention Ail-American in 





track . . . linebacker, tailback, defensive back and flanker 
in high . . . captained the football and track teams in high 
. . . born in Gaithersburg. 

JOSEPH GIULIANO (65) "Joe" 

6-4, 282 (1/1/65) Jr., Dobbs Ferry, New York 

^^ Enrolled in spring of '84 and played 

Mt ^k that fall as a defensive lineman . . . 

P^^^M worked as offensive lineman in spring 

B^^s sC^ °f '84 . . . had one tackle as a fresh- 
man and that was a seven-yard 
quarterback sack . . . was on the '84 
^ Sun Bowl team. .. played but did not 
letter on the '85 Cherry Bowl team 
. . . moved to offensive guard in 
spring as backup to Dave Amend and had a fine spring 
practice . . . all-state at Dobbs Ferry high where he was a 
tight end and defensive tackle . . . lettered three years in 
football, two in baseball, three in basketball and one in 
track as a shot putter and javelin thrower . . . captained 
the baseball team as a pitcher and first baseman ... on 
state championship football team . . . MVP in champion- 
ship game as a tight end ... set school javelin record of 
165' 10" . . . scored three TD's in state playoff game . . . 
brother Anthony played soccer for New York Eagles . . . 
bench presses 410 pounds . . . born in Italy. 

STEPHON DOUGLAS HARMON "Steve" 

5-ll'/ 2 , 184 (2/17/63) Soph.*, Landover Hills, Maryland 

Walk-on placekicker from Fairmont 
Heights where he was the MVP in 
1979 and '80 as a midfielder on the 
soccer team . . . earned three letters in 
soccer and three in track as a pole 
vaulter . . . second in state indoors in 
'80 and set a state record outdoors in 
'81 . . . captained the soccer team and 
on state championship track team . . . 
brother Dwayne was a junior college Ail-American in 
soccer at Prince Georges ... his mother Betty and sister 
Brenda graduated from Maryland . . . 

DANIEL CHRISTOPHER HENNING (12) "Dan" 
6-'/ 2 , 185 (6/22/65) Jr.*, Roswell, Georgia 

Letterman quarterback who came to 
the Terps from Annandale high in 
Annandale, Virginia . . . also attended 
Cooper City high in Cooper City, Fla 
. . . holder for placements . . . only 
one official pass attempt and that 
came off a field goal formation . . . 
threw a two-point conversion pass 
off kicking formation to give Terps 
18-17 lead over Penn State in '85 opener . . . has not taken 
a snap from under center in collegiate game . . . had a fine 
spring alternating with Drew Komlo as the starting 
quarterback . . . is a contender for the starting job this fall 
. . . two-year letterman as a quarterback at Annandale 
high where he also lettered twice in baseball and once in 
basketball . . . father was a quarterback with William & 
Mary and the San Diego Chargers and head coach of the 
Atlanta Falcons in NFL . . . redshirted in '83 as a 





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freshman . . . has three sisters and a younger brother . . . 
born in San Diego, California . . .Zoology and Pre-Med 
major. 



MARK CHRISTIAN HOI LAND "Mark" 

6-6V2, 255 (6/16/67) Fr.*, Charlottesville, Virginia 

Walk-on offensive tackle from Albe- 
marle high where he was a defensive 
tackle in football, forward/ center in 
basketball and defenseman in La- 
crosse . . . redshirt in '85 as an of- 
fensive tackle with the Terps . . . 
X^^^^^v second team all-district in football at 

f nfc^V Albermarle high born in San 

1 # V Bernadine. California. 






DEREK MM H\( I JENNINGS "Derek" 

6-2'/ 2 , 225, (8/1/65) Fr.*, Pleaaantville, New Jei 

Walk-on tight end from Pleasantville 
high where he was a defensive end 
and tight end for two years . . . also 
played basketball for two years and 
on the track team for three years . . . 
in addition to the shot and discus 
chores he was a high jumper and long 
jumper . . . counts high jump cham- 
pion . . . captained all three teams . . . 
named the student athlete of the year . . . national Merit 
semi-finalist, national honor society and national achieve- 
ment scholarship finalist . . . redshirted last fall on the 
Cherry Bowl team . . . born in Atlantic City, New Jersey 
. . . Aerospace Engineering major. 




WILLIAM HUGHES (69) "Bill" 

6-5, 276, (6/6/65) Jr.*, Saddle Brook, New Jersey 

Two year letterman on Sun Bowl and 
Cherry Bowl teams . . . redshirted on 
the Florida Citrus Bowl team . . . 
began '85 season as backup guard . . . 
completed season as starting center 
. . . lettered on Sun Bowl team as a 
tackle . . . bench presses 365 . . . from 
Bergen Catholic high where he was 
an all-state offensive tackle . . . 
brother Joe played four years of football at Montclair 
State while brother Larry played two years of baseball at 
Montclair State ... on two state championship teams in 
high beating Seton Hall for one and Immaculata for the 
second . . . born in Ridgewood, New Jersey. 




VERNON WILLIS JOINES (80) "Vernon" 
6-l'/ 2 , 186(6/20/65) Soph.*, Baltimore, Maryland 

Letterman wide receiver on the Cherry 
Bowl team after redshirting in '84 . . . 
caught two passes for 44 yards . . . 
first collegiate catch was a 23 yarder 
in his hometown. Baltimore, against 
Miami ... he had a 2 1 yarder against 
Virginia and then added a seven yard 
reception against Syracuse in the 
Cherry Bowl . . . backup to Azizuddin 
Abdur-Ra'oof in the spring . . . split end and safety at 
Southwestern high where he earned three letters each in 
football, basketball and track . . . sprinter on the track 
team . . . all-met in football . . . MVP in basketball . . . 
won pole vault title in MSA and both high jump and 1 10 
hurdles in state classic . . . had a 99 yard TD reception 
against Carver in high . . . brother Stephone is a tailback 
at Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, N'.C. . . . has 
six brothers . . . captained all three sports in high school 
and honor roll student . . . born in Charlotte. North 
Carolina . . . Computer Science major. 




WILLIAM BENJAMIN JEFFERSON (70) "Ben" 
6-8'/ 2 , 322 (1/15/66) Soph.*, New Rochelle, New York 

Letterman offensive tackle on the 
Cherry Bowl team . . . redshirted as a 
freshman in '84 . . . bench presses 350 
. . . offensive tackle and defensive end 
at New Rochelle high for three years 
where he also was a center on the 
basketball team for three years and 
weight man on the track team one 
year . . . captained the football and 
basketball teams in high . . . high school all-american in 
football and all-league in basketball . . . all-district 
honors in track . . . born in New Rochelle . . . Special 
Education major. 




WALTER M. KANE (81) "Walter" 

6-3'/ 2 , 240 (7/20/66) Jr., Malverne, New York 

^^ijjj^ Joined the Terps for spring practice 

Mjk l\ from Nassau Community College 

^^^ ^ where he led the team m receptions as 

fly v v -.l a tight end enroute to the Coastal 
Conference and National Junior Col- 
^ lege Championship game losing 18- 

17 to Copiah Lincoln of Mississippi 
. . . captained the football and basket- 
ball teams at Valley Stream North, 
lettering twice in football and three times in basketball . . . 
younger brother James earned four letters in football and 
one each in basketball and wrestling . . . born in Queens, 
New York. 



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STEVEN KELLY (53) "Steve" 

6-V/i, 232 (9/4/63) Sr.*, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Two year letterman inside linebacker 
. . . started the Sun Bowl game as a 
sophomore . . . had 28 tackles as a 
junior with 1 8 first hits, one QB sack, 
two tackles in the backfield for minus 
13 yards, and one fumble recovery 
... as a sophomore he had 37 tackles 
for the Sun Bowl team with 21 first 
hits one sack for six yards, and a 
tackle for no gain ... he had two tackles in the Sun Bowl 
game . . . four tackles were on special teams . . . played on 
the Florida Citrus Bowl team but did not letter with 13 
tackles, six first hits . . . bench presses 400 pounds . . . was 
injured and did not participate in spring practice . . . from 
George Washington high and Glen Mills Academy in 
Philadelphia . . . middle linebacker for three years in high 
and MVP . . . middle linebacker and MVP 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 . . . Law 
Enforcement major. 

MICHAEL JOHN KISELAK (72) "Mike" 
6-3, 265 (3/9/67) Fr.*, Pine Bush, New York 

Redshirt defensive guard from Pine 
Bush high where he was an offensive 
and defensive tackle for three years 
. . . also a first baseman and desig- 
nated hitter for two years in baseball 
. . . voted best offensive lineman in 
'82 and '83 and best defensive line- 
man in '84 ... all-state defensive 
tackle in '84 . . . captained the foot- 
ball team and member of National Honor Society ... on 
conference championship team in football and twice in 
baseball . . . born in North Tarrytown, New York . . . 
Accounting major. 

ROBERT ERNEST KLEIN, Jr. (67) "Rob" 
6-3V4, 262 (11/13/65) Jr.*, Frederick, Maryland 

Two year letterman defensive guard 
. . . lettered on Sun Bowl team and 
Cherry Bowl team . . . redshirted as a 
freshman in '83 . . . had one tackle as 
a redshirt freshman and 12 as a 
sophomore . . . also had nine first hits 
and three quarterback sacks for 16 
yards . . . added a pair of tackles in 
the Cherry Bowl game . . . defensive 
. played in Byrd Stadium for Thomas 
Johnson while winning statechampionship . . .three year 
letterman as offensive and defensive tackle . . . three 
letters as the weight man on the track team and state 
runner-up in discus . . . two letters in basketball ... on 
state championship team in basketball also . . . high 
school All-Amen an in football . . . brother Charles was 
state champion as a heavyweight wrestler for Thomas 
Johnson and wrestled at Massachusetts reigning as 





tackle in spring 



freshman intercollegiate heavyweight champion of New 
England as a walk-on . . . all-state in football and weight 
man on track team at Thomas Johnson . . . sister Natalie 
was nationally ranked in the shot put and undefeated in 
dual meets at Colorado State 1972-76 . . . father Robert 
and Uncle Roscoe Whipp both attended Maryland . . . 
active in scouting with Eagle Scout status . . . born in 
Frederick . . . Physical Education major. 



ROBERT ANDREW KOMLO (16) "Drew" 

6-3'/ 2 , 209 (11/13/65) Soph.*, College Park, Maryland 

a Starting quarterback candidate . . . 
has two years experience learning the 
Ross offensive system but has not 
appeared in a collegiate game . . . 
excellent arm . . . joined the Terps 
from nearby DeMatha Catholic and 
i\ V "V .j,, his home is in College Park ... his 

-) L father Bill was a fullback and place- 

lw kicker on the 1955 undefeated Mary- 
land team that went to the Orange Bowl and he also 
played guard in 1956 and kicked ... his brother Jeff, a 
Delaware graduate has quarterbacked several NFL teams 
including Detroit, Tampa Bay and Seattle ... his sister 
Wendy is a Maryland graduate . . . Drew was a high 
school All-American for DeMatha in both football, as a 
quarterback, and as a guard in basketball ... he was on 
the Washington, D.C. City Championship team four 
consecutive years in basketball and captained both the 
football and basketball teams . . . born in Silver Spring, 
Maryland. 



BREN DEMOND LOWERY (32) "Bren" 
5-10'/ 2 , 182 (5/29/67) Fr.*, Alexandria, Virginia 

Redshirt running back from T.C. 
Williams High where he was on a 
state championship team, a regional 
championship team and the district 
champions his other year . . . excel- 
lent quickness and had a fine spring 
J practice adding depth to the running 
back spot that is a Terp strength this 
fall . . . all-state in high winning the 
Pigskin Club award, the Washington Touchdown Club 
Timmie award . . . lettered three times in football twice as 
a basketball guard winning teams MVP award, and twice 
in track as a sprinter gaining all regional honors . . . 
captained all three teams . . . born in Arlington, Virginia. 



PETE DIMETRIOS McDANIEL "Pete" 

6-0, 262 (9/12/65) Jr.*, Rockville, Maryland 







Walk-on offensive guard from Wood- 
ward High . . . lettered two years as a 
guard for Woodward and two years 
in Rugby . . . captained the Rugby 
team . . . bench presses 315 pounds 
. . . born in Washington, D.C. . . . 
Accounting major. 



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JOHN NICHOLAS MARCHETTI (50) "Nick" 
5-ll'/2, 235(10/18/65) Soph.*, Mitchelville, Maryland 

Redshirted in '84 as a linebacker and 
participated but did not letter on 
Cherry Bowl team in '85 . . . enrolled 
in spring of '84 with an extra spring 
practice . . . joined the Terps from 
Fork Union Military Academy and 
Eleanor Roosevelt High ... bench 
presses 400 pounds . . . four years of 
football with three in high and one at 
Fork Union . . . two letters in baseball as a first baseman 
and one as a heavyweight wrestler . . . all-met by Wash- 
ington Post and Player of the Year by Prince Georges 
Journal . . . named to VVRC-TV Golden 11... county 
champions in football with 9-1 record and regional 
champions in baseball . . . captained the football team . . . 
honor student at Fork Union . . . born in Washington, 
D.C. . . . Business major. 




JAMES I HOMAS MILLING (22) James - ' 
5-9'/i, 156 (2/14/65) Jr.*, Temple Mills. Maryland 

lun yeai letterman . .. caught 28 
passes for Cherrj Bowl team 1 ■ > r 441 
yards . . . lettered on Sun Bowl team 
but did not catch a pass while also 
playing on special teams . . . caught 
S\ ^BB^Bil at least one pass in all I 2 games in '85 
while alternating with A/i/uddm 
Abdur-Ra'ooi carrying in plays . . . 
had four receptions each in Wesl 
Virginia, Duke and Virginia games ... 80 yards on the 
four catches against Duke . . . had three catches in 
Michigan and Clemson game ... 12 consecutive games 
catching a pass . . .joined the Terps from Potomac High 
where he was a first team all-met selection and captained 
the football, basketball and track teams . . . quarterback 
and defensive back in football in high . . . scored four 
touchdowns in first game of his senior year . . . younger 
brothers Kenneth and Tony both played football . . . born 
in Winnsboro, South Carolina. 





ponents fumbles . 



BRUCE M. MESNER (83) "Bruce" (CO-CAPTAIN) 
6-5, 279 (3/21/64) Sr.*, Harrison, New York 

Three year letterman defensive guard 
. . . all-ACC in 1984 and 1985 . . . 
honorable mention All-American 
both years by the wire services . . . has 
235 tackles with 1 9 quarterback sacks 
for the Terps . . . has made 26 tackles 
in opponents backfield accounting 
for 143 yards in losses . . . five tackles 
for no gain and recovered five op- 
. had 1 2 sacks last fall and 1 6 tackles in 
the backfield for minus 86 yards . . . of his 235 tackles 128 
were first hits . . . redshirted as a freshman on the '82 
Aloha Bowl team . . . has played in three bowls, the 
Florida Citrus, Sun and Cherry . . . 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 Rye game . . . center on 
basketball team for three years . . . also long and high 
jumper on track team . . . handled the shot put chores . . . 
lacrosse defenseman as he lettered in four sports in high 
. . . ACC defensive player of the game for the Penn State 
opener in 1985 . . . bench presses 375 pounds . . . born in 
New York City . . . Business major. 







1st 


QB 


No 


Tkls. 


Fmble. 




Tkls. 


Hit 


Sack 


Cain 


Loss 


Rec\. 


FRESHMAN 


35 


20 


3 


1 


5( 27) 


1 


SOPHOMORE 


77 


42 


3 


4 


4( 251 


1 


JUNIOR 


113 


62 


12 





IN \M 


j 


TOTALS 


225 


124 


18 


5 


25i 1 <SI 


4 


BOW 1 G WIES 


10 


4 


1 





2( 5) 


1 




JOHN PATRICK MORRISON "Pat" 

5-8'/ 2 , 179 (6/25/64) Sr.*, Arnold, Maryland 

^tf|^^ Walk-on wide receivei candidate w ho 

f^^^« joined the Terps in 1984 from Anne 

L • Arundel Community College red- 

shirted in '84 . . . did not participate 
in '85. . . played four years of football 
at St. Mary's high in Annapolis . . . 
also two letters each in wrestling and 
lacrosse . . . played behind two letter- 
men and John Bonato in the spring 
. . . placekicker and defensive back and running back in 
high . . . school record for longest field goal and had 
89-yard run in final high school game . . . sister Melissa 
attended Maryland . . . captained football team and on 
two state championship lacrosse teams . . . born in Silver 
Spring, Maryland. 

CARL MORTON (25) "Carl" 

6-2'/ 2 , 203 (2/6/66) Soph.*, Salisbury, Maryland 

Participated but did not letter as a 
running back on the Cherry Bowl 
team . . . had only one carry last fall 
. . . worked at fullback and running 
back in spring . . . adds depth to the 
position that has become a strength 
C; . \ for the Terps in '86 ... bench presses 

270 pounds . . . lettered three times 

r v I SAW each in tootball and track and two 

letters in basketball at James M. Bennett high . . . 
captained the football team ... on state championship 
team in football and track in '82 and again in football in 
'83 . . . MVP in football both years beating Oakland Mills 
and Poolsville for titles . . . brother Craig is a defensive 
back with the Terps . . . born in Salisbury. 




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WILLIAM THOMAS NEAL (48) "Tommy" 
5-9'/ 2 , 207 (6/5/65) Sr.*, Gaithersburg, Maryland 

Three-year letterman running back 
. . . lettered on Fla. Citrus Bowl team 
in his first semester at Maryland . . . 
shared the running back duties with 
Alvin Blount as a sophomore but was 
injured much of his junior year . . . 
played in only eight games last fall 
. . . carried only once in the Penn 
State opener but played in first six 
games of the season . . . carried only once in the last five 
games of the regular season and then had four carries in 
the Cherry Bowl including a 39-yard run . . . for his career 
he has played in 29 games, including three bowl games, 
carried 196 times for 1181 yards and a six-yard average 
per carry ... his longest runs have been 57 and 54 yards 
... he has 23 pass receptions for 237 yards and 20 kickoff 
returns for 5 1 2 yards ... his longest kickoff return was 80 
yards against Tennessee in the Florida Citrus Bowl ... he 
has scored 1 1 touchdowns rushing and one on pass 
receptions ... his longest pass play was 62 yards ... as a 
sophomore he rushed for 1 22 yards on nine carries against 
Duke and 1 13 on 13 carries against Clemson ... he had 
107 yards on 12 carries against Tennessee in the Sun Bowl 
game ... his 1 8 1 yards on five returns was the best ever by 
a Maryland player although not a school record as Bowl 
statistics are not official . . . also has a two-point conver- 
sion run to his credit as a sophomore . . . bench presses 
385 pounds . . . has scored 74 points . . . 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. . . captained the football team as a senior . . . 
won the Pigskin Club award and was honored by the 
Washington Touchdown Club with the Timmie award 
. . . Maryland Suburban player of the year . . . football 
coaches association honored him with outstanding player 
award . . . linebacker on WRC TV Golden eleven . . . also 
played basketball in high . . . born in Olney, Maryland. 



















KO 






Carries 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 


Recpt 


Yds 


TD 


Ret 


Yds 


FRESHMAN 


6 


44 


7.3 


1 


3 


39 





15 


331 


SOPHOMORE 


112 


618 


5.5 


6 


12 


92 


1 








JUNIOR 


62 


362 


5.8 


3 


6 


90 











TOTALS 


180 


1024 


5.7 


10 


21 


221 


1 


15 


331 


BOWL GAMES 


16 


157 


9.8 


1 


2 


16 





5 


181 



RICHARD G. NELSON (61) "Rich" 

6-4, 268 (6/6/66) Soph.*, East Rockaway, New York 

•^^^ Offensive guard . . . participated but 

^k ^k did not letter on the Cherry Bowl 

C jfc team as an offensive guard after 

■•^ ^ redshirting as a defensive lineman in 

^ ^ '84 . . . bench presses 385 pounds . . . 

\ — .. ■m captained the East Rockaway foot- 

r^rf^^^^' ■■ ball and track teams . . . two-year 

* ^K* letterman in football as an offensive 

i^ ' '• -^Bi^* 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 water skiing and weightlifting . . . born in Long 

Island, New York. 





ROBERT FRANCIS NUTILE (10) "Rob" 

6-3, 210 (1/6/67) Fr.*, Elmwood Park, New Jersey 

^^^. Quarterback candidate . . . red- 

^k ^k shirted as a freshman . . all-state 

^^^^W quarterback at Don Bosco Prep high 

W ^-^^ . . . quarterbacked Don Bosco Prep 
to consecutive state championships 
in 1983 and '84 . . . captained the '84 
team . . . also quarterback in New 
Jersey all-star game that ended in a 
10-10 tie ... beat Bergan Catholic 
both years in championship game. . . brother Rich played 
football at Lehigh University 1977-81 . . . born in Pater- 
son, New Jersey . . . Business major. 



NEIL KENNEDY OTJONNELL (14) "Neil" 
6-2!/ 2 , 204 (7/3/66) Fr.*, Madison, New Jersey 

Quarterback candidate. . . redshirted 
as a freshman . . . all-area quarter- 
back, all-county in basketball and all 
conference as pitcher in baseball . . . 
four letters each in baseball and 
basketball and three in football at 
Madison high. . . captained the foot- 
ball team . . . youngest of nine chil- 
dren with five brothers and three 
sisters . . . three brothers played collegiate football with 
Mike at Penn State, Steve at Duke and Pete at New 
Hampshire . . . born in Morristown, New Jersey. 



DERLIS RAMON PAREDES (5) "Ramon" 
5-7, 171 (7/13/64) Sr.*, Arlington, Virginia 

a Letterman kicker on the Cherry Bowl 
team . . . handled the placement and 
kickoff chores in the first five games 
before Dan Plocki took over the 
placement kicking job . . . continued 
to handle the kickoffs ... hit on three 
of seven field goal attempts and all 1 3 
pat's . . . kicked a 22-yarder against 
Penn State and missed from 34 and 
51 . . . kicked a 32-yarder against Boston College and a 
39-yarder against North Carolina State . . . missed from 
20 against West Virginia and 31 against Michigan . . . 
kicked off for Terps in '84 but did not letter . . . soccer 
style kicker . . .joined Terps as walk-on from Washington 
& Lee high and earned a scholarship . . . placekicker at 
W&L where he was a sprinter on the track team and also 
on the soccer team . . . three letters in football and four 
each in soccer and track . . . anchored the championship 
440 relay team . . . first all-district in soccer and football 
and all-state and MVP in soccer in '81 . . . MVP of all-star 
soccer team defeating a Canadian team in '81 and MVP 
and captain of all-star team losing to team from England 
in '80 . . . co-captain of soccer team three years in high . . . 
participated with Madrigal Singers in high . . . born in 
Villorica, Paraguay . . . Economics major. 



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HAROLD THOMAS PARKKR (91) "Tommy" 
6-2, 288(9/2/64) Sr.*, Baltimore, Maryland 

Three-year letterman defensive guard 
on three howl teams . . . has started 
several games during eareer . . . has 
89 eareer tackles with 45 first hits and 
eight tackles in the backfield for no 
gain . . . also four sacks and a fumble 
^^^*J recovery . . . eight of the tackles have 

come in the three bowl games ... 32 
tackles as a freshman, 25 as sopho- 
more and 24 as a junior . . . redshirted as a freshman then 
lettered and started several games on the Florida Citrus 
Bowl team . . . lettered on Sun Bowl team although 
hampered by a virus opening the season. . . bench presses 
400 pounds . . . 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. . . Baltimore Public School champion . . . born 
in Baltimore. 




RICHARD MICHAEL PETITBON (54) "Richie" 
6-4, 231 (8/3/64) Jr.*, Vienna, Virginia 

Two-year letterman inside linebacker 
. . . starter . . . lettered on the Sun 
Bowl and Cherry Bowl teams after 
redshirting on the Florida Citrus 
Bowl team ... in two years has 147 
tackles with 90 first hits, one quarter- 
back sack, three fumble recoveries, 
one interception return for four yards 
and five tackles in the backfield for 10 
yards ... he had five tackles with four first hits in the 
Cherry Bowl game . . . ACC defensive player of the week 
for Wake Forest game . . . starter on Cherry Bowl team 
... as a redshirt freshman in '84 he had 31 tackles as a 
linebackerand added 10 more on the special teams . . .27 
of the 4 1 were first hits . . . had one interception and it was 
a big one in the 42-40 Maryland win over the Hurricanes 
. . . the interception came with 2:55 left in the game and 
the Hurricanes on Maryland's 35 with a first down . . . 
bench presses over 350 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 the NFL Washington Redskins . . . born in New 
Orleans . . . Speech major. 





FRESHM \N 
SOPHOMORE 


Tkls. 

41 
101 


Hit 

27 
59 


Sack 

1 


Loss 



5(10) 


Int. 

1 



Reo. 


3 


TOTALS 
BOWL GAMES 


142 

5 


86 

4 


1 



5(10) 




1 



3 





M \RK A. PIZZO (71) "Mark" 

6-3V4, 254(8/2/67) Kr.*, Andalusia, Pen I 

Redshirt defensive guard . . i 
tained the football team as ad 

tackle at Bishop Egan high wher h ■ 
also captained the wrestling team . . . 
all-state in football and on the Big . 3 
team . . . semi-finalist in National 
Prep Wrestling Tournament in 1984 
. . . won the wrestling championship 
of the Philadelphia Catholic league 
three times . . . born in Philadelphia . . . Education major. 

DANIEL ROBERT PLOCKI (3) "Danny" 

5-7'/ 2 , 168 (11/17/66) Soph., Wexford, Pennsylvania 

Walk-on soccer-style placekicker who 
earned a scholarship . . . his 20-yard 
field goal with three seconds left in 
the Clemson game gave the Terps a 
34-3 1 victory and Coach Bobby Ross 
told the media following the game 
that Danny had earned a scholarship 
. . . did not kick in the first five games 
as Junior Ramon Paredes handled 
the placekicking chores . . . took over in the Wake Forest 
game and missed his first collegiate attempt from 48 yards 
. . . then proceeded to hit from 26, 45, 24, and 33 yards 
giving him four of five in his first collegiate game. . .he hit 
on 1 1 of 1 3 field goal attempts for the season missing his 
first and seventh attempt ... he goes into the season with 
a string of six consecutive field goals and 20 of 20 on Pat's 
... he did have a 55-yard miss in the Cherry Bowl game 
but Bowl statistics do not count under NCAA statistical 
rules ... he was two-for-two in each of his last three 
games hitting from 23 and 39 against Miami. 20 and 45 
against Clemson and 23 and 40 against Virginia . . . came 
to Maryland from North Allegheny high where he was 
twice all-conference and on the Post Gazette Faulous 22 
North ... his kick against Clemson with three seconds left 
was not his first in closing moments ... in high school he 
hit a 43-yarder with no time left on the clock to give his 
team a half-time lead ... on state championship team in 
high . . . born in Natrona Heights. Pennsylvania. 

W ARREN POWERS (90) "Warren" 

6-6'/ 2 , 275 (2/4/65) Soph.*, Baltimore, Maryland 

Letterman defensive tackle with 15 
tackles last fall . . . eight tackles came 
on the special teams and 10 of the 15 
were first hits . . . had one quarter- 
back sack for a seven-yard loss . . . 
redshirted in '84 . . . from Edmound- 
son high where he captained the '83 
football team as a defensive end and 
was a center on the basketball team 
... on the 1981 and '82 city championship teams and on 
MSA all-stars as a starting defensive tackle ... he had five 
sacks in the 1982 city championship game . . . all-met 
selection in high in Baltimore . . . youngest of six children 
with four brothers and a sister . . . born in Baltimore. 
Maryland. 




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CURTIS BLAINE ROSE (86) "Blaine" 

6-5Vi, 231 (7/13/66) Fr.*, Hannomdsville, Ohio 

M M Redshirt freshman with two spring 

dm *S practices behind him as he joined the 

Terps in the spring semester of '85 . . . 

' s ^ <*ct from Stanton high where he earned 

four letters in football as a tight end 

and defensive end . . . three letters 

each in basketball and track . . . high 

jumper, pole vaulter and threw the 

discus on the track team . . . state 

pole vault and discus champion ... all tri-county in 

football and basketball . . . E.L. Athlete of the Year . . . 

born in East Liverpool, Ohio. 






JON ERIC SABROWSKI (58) "Jon" 

6-lVi, 226 (10/2/64) Sr.*, Stamford, Connecticut 

Two-year letterman linebacker for 
Terps on Cherry and Sun Bowl teams 
. . . participated in 1982 and red- 
shirted in '83 . . . joined Terps from 
Stamford Catholic where he was a 
tight end and linebacker . . . three 
letters in high with all-city, all-area 
and all-county honors . . . scored on a 
64-yard touchdown to tie McMahon 
1 2- 1 2 in high . . . blocked the extra point that would have 
given McMahon the win . . . brother Paul played two 
years at University of New Haven . . . bench presses 365 
. . . had 1 2 tackles in '84 including one for no gain and four 
unassisted tackles on special teams . . . had 2 1 tackles last 
fall with 13 first hits . . . seven tackles were on special 
teams . . . had one quarterback sack for seven yards . . . 
born in Stamford . . . General Studies. 





MARK ROBERT ROTHROCK (62) "Mark" 
6-2, 266 (9/23/67) Fr.*, Reading, Pennsylvania 

Redshirted in '85 as a freshman center 
. . . counted on for '86 allowing Dave 
Amend and perhaps another center 
to move to guard . . . good size and 
strength bench pressing over 400 
mm pounds . . . hobby is weightlifting . . . 
"> fxQ ,f Jmv offensive and defensive lineman for 
J ) if*. Reading high where he lettered twice 

Hk WSiBHs in football and twice as an outfielder 
in baseball . . . first team all-Berks county and offensive 
lineman of the year in county in '84 . . . captained the 
football team and on Pennsylvania Big 3i team that beat 
the Maryland team 17-14 . . . lineman of the year at 
Reading high school with first team all-star berth on both 
offense and defense . . . also all-Berks Academic team . . . 
born in Addison, Illinois . . . Accounting major. 



RICHARD MARTIN SALGADO (63) "Richard" 
6-4, 279 (9/12/65) Fr.*, New Hyde Park, New York 

Joined the Terps for spring semester 
as freshman . . . from Milford Acad- 
emy . . . offensive tackle in spring . . . 
tackle at both Milford and New Hyde 
Park Memorial high . . . played three 
years in high and one in prep school 
kN^«^^ ... on Nassau County Champions in 

CV '83 ... while at Milford was on 
H^. r mma winning team against freshmen teams 
from Yale, Cornell, Navy, and Wagner colleges . . . hobby 
is weightlifting and basketball . . . two younger brothers 
with Lewis playing football and basketball in high and 
James playing football, basketball and baseball . . . bench 
presses 385 pounds . . . born in Brooklyn, New York. 



JOHN WESSLEY RUGG, JR. (57) "John" 

6-2, 262 (4/2/66) Soph.*, Mill Run, Pennsylvania 

Letterman center on Cherry Bowl 
team after redshirtingin '84. . .candi- 
date for starting position in fall . . . 
bench presses 400 pounds with hobby 
weightlifting and fishing . . . all-state 
as an offensive and defensive tackle 
isOVb"' gK^ at Connellsville Area high . . . cap- 
tained the football team in '83 ... 
""*■ »•— honored with Toyota leadership and 

scholarship award last fall . . . DAR Citzinship Award 
and on PA's Finest 44 . . . President of National Honor 
Society in high . . . 1983 Champions of Quad-A Eastern 
Division and Co-Champions in 1 982 . . . first conference 
championship schools history . . . Big 33 East vs West 
game . . . born i Connellsville, Pennsylvania . . . Civil 
Engineering majo 






NEAL ZACHARY SAMPSON (75) "Neal" 

6-3, 275 (8/22/64) Sr.*, Yorktown Heights, New York 

Letterman defensive guard on the 
Sun Bowl team . . . injured and did 
not letter on Cherry Bowl team . . . 
had 24 tackles in '84 with one for no 
gain as a starter . . . had five tackles 
with one quarterback sack last fall 
. . . added one tackle in Cherry Bowl 
game . . . bench presses 375 pounds 
. . . from Yorktown high where he 
captained the football and lacrosse teams to county 
championships and the lacrosse team to a second in the 
state championships . . . won county championship in 
football with a 7-0 overtime decision . . . also wrestled in 
high . . . hobby is playing the cello and trumpet . . . born 
in New York City . . . Engineering major. 




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SCOTT JAMES SAYLOR (46) "Scott" 

6-0, 227 (7/7/67) lr.*. Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania 

Redshirt linebacker as a freshman 
. . . from Pen Argyl Area high where 
he was a linebacker, fullback, and 
hall back in football and a sprinter on 
the track team . . . lettered four years 
in football in high with all-league line- 
backer honors two years, all-league 
halfback honors once . . . second 
team all-state as a linebacker and 
Pride of PA. Big 22 as a linebacker. . . brother Mike plays 
at Boston College . . . captained the football team in '84 
while winning the American Legion Award ... on 
District XI Championship team . . . captained the Lehigh 
Valley All-Stars and played in the Big 33 Pennsylvania vs 
Maryland team winning 17-14 ... born in Easton, 
Pennsylvania. 

SEAN VAUGHN SCOTT (51) "Sean" 

6-1 VS. 220 (4/10/60) Jr.*, Pacifica, California 

Letterman outside linebacker on Sun 
and Cherry Bowl teams . . . had 16 
tackles for Sun Bowl team with 14 
coming on the special teams. I I were 
first hits . . . had 36 tackles for the 
Cherry Bowl team with 10 coming on 
special teams ... 23 of the 36 were 
first hits with one quarterback sack 
and one tackle for no gain . . . had six 
tackles in the Cherry Bow 1 game against Syracuse and one 
against Tennessee in the Sun Bowl . . . has one opponents 
fumble recovery and one kickoff return . . . redshirted in 
'83 . . . from Riordan high where he was a defensive tackle 
in football and a forward on the basketball team . . . also 
triple and high jumper on the track team . . . captained the 
track team . . . all-league and all-bay area in high along 
with MVP, best lineman and best senior athlete honors 
. . . born in Washington, D.C. . . . Psychology major. 

STEPHON M AUREL SCRIBER (45) "Stephon" 
6-2, 232 (11/13/64) Sr.*, Hollywood, Maryland 

Two-year letterman fullback . . . has 
also played running back position . . . 
played on Aloha Bowl team but did 
not letter . . . redshirted in '83 ... 
carried 1 1 times for 48 yards and 
caught a pair of passes for 25 yards 
on Sun Bowl team . . . carried 42 
times for 171 yards and played in all 
1 1 games for Cherry Bowl team . . . 
caught one pass and then added one 
carry in the Cherry Bowl game . . . had two tackles on 
special teams and added a tackle in the Cherry Bowl . . . 
four years as a tight end and defensive end at Leonard- 
town high w here he also lettered four times in track and 
three times in basketball . . . all-conference in both 
football and basketball and state champion in track with 
discus honors in '81 and '82 and sprinter . . . brother 
spencer played football at Maryland and sister Annette 
also attended Mary land . . . sister Gail attended Towson 
state as a star athlete . . . born in Hollywood. Maryland 
. . . Finance major. 





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RICHARD DEAN SHIRK (36) "Richard" 

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

Letterman running back r I 
Cherry. Bowl team . . . did not ha e a 
carry from scrimmage but had loui 
unassisted tackles on the S] Si ll 
teams . . . fullback on the Sun Bo I 
team after redshirting as a freshman 
x P^to». . . . carried one time for seven yards 

kl^^ \(^kj • • • captained the football team at 
Calvert Hall in Baltimore . . . running 
back and MVP in high . . . midfielder and defenseman in 
lacrosse . . . named the Evening Sun and News American 
player of the year . . . also player of the year by the 
Quarterback Club . . . first team all-met two years . . . 
championship team two years . . . scored five touchdowns 
in one game against Baltimore Poly . . . bench presses 340 
pounds . . . born in Baltimore. 



IRVIN COSTELLO SMITH, JR. (7) Trvin" 
5-lOVSi 181 (3/12/67) Soph., Dickerson, Maryland 

Lettered as a defensive back on Cherry 
Bowl team as a freshman . . . played 
on special teams and special defenses 
. . . had eight tackles and seven came 
on the special teams . . . five of the 
eight tackles were first hits . . . added 
one unassisted tackle in the Cherry 
Bowl . . . excellent quickness and 
bench presses 300 pounds . . . cap- 
tained the football and track teams at Poolesville high 
and MVP honors in both sports . . . tailback and defensive 
back in football, guard forward in basketball and sprinter 
on track team . . . honor roll three consecutive years in 
high . . . also won Math and Science awards . . . played for 
the Maryland Big 33 in the Maryland-Pennsylvania game 
. . . MVP and game captain for the Maryland team . . . 
scored four touchdow ns in his last high school game while 
gaining 237 yards on 20 carries . . . born in Bethesda. 
Maryland . . . Law Enforcement major. 



JOHN EDWARD SORNA (78) "John" 

6-4VS, 280 (11/22/64) Jr.*, McKeesport, Pennsylvania 

Letterman offensive tackle . . . start- 
ing right tackle after spring practice 
. . . bench presses over 400 pounds 
. . . lettered on both Sun and Cherry 
Bowl teams . . . offensive and defen- 
sive tackle for Elizabeth Forward 
high where he earned three letters in 
football, four in wrestling, three in 
track and captained the wrestling and 
track teams. . . twice sectional champion in wrestling and 
sectional champion in both the discus and shot put ... all 
state and Ail-American in football ... all WP1 AL and on 
Big 33 team . . . born in McKeesport . . . Recreation 
major. 





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back in high 



DENN' i JAMES SPINELLI (34) "Dennis" 
6-2, 22 (2/17/67) Fr.*, Lindenhurst, New York 

aRedshirted last fall . . . had an impres- 
sive spring practice as a fullback 
before sidelined by an injury . . . 
bench presses 360 pounds . . . adds 
depth to the fullback spot . . . cap- 
J tained the football team at Linden- 
hurst high where he also was a mid- 
fielder on the lacrosse team . . . offen- 
sive player of the year as a running 
MVP in football in high . . . all- 
conference and all-Long Island in high . . . championship 
football team in both '82 and '83 . . . lost playoff game to 
East Islip 14-6 in 1983 and in 1984 playoff game against 
Walt Whitman lost 14-13 as he scored two touchdowns in 
six minutes in the fourth quarter ... in 1982 scored five 
TD's in one game against Conetquot ... in his last two 
years in high he had 305 carries without a fumble, gained 
1 ,570 yards and scored 2 1 touchdowns ... he also had 28 
receptions for 55 yards and two TD's . . . born in 
Copiague, New York . . . Recreation major. 

PATRICK PRESCOTT STAINES "Pat" 
6-0, 179 (10/2/65) Jr.*, Wheaton, Maryland 

Walk-on wide receiver who has not 
participated in Sun Bowl or Cherry 
Bowl . . . bench presses 315 . . . from 
Wheaton high . . . defensive back and 
wide receiver in '82 and '83 . . . three 
brothers . . . two. Jack and James 
both attended Maryland . . . Jack 
graduated in '82 and James in '85 . . . 
born in Bethesda . . . Business major. 

ROBERT ALAN STERLING (68) "Rob" 
6-2, 270 (8/23/64) Sr.*, Waldorf, Maryland 

Joined Terps as a walk-on defensive 
guard candidate and transfer from 
Widener University . . . candidate for 
starting position this fall . . . bench 
presses 350 . . . guard and tackle for 
two years at Thomas Stone where he 
lettered three years in track and once 
in wrestling . . . handled the shot put 
and discus chores on the track team 
and was a heavyweight wrestler . . . 
won SMAC championship in both '81 and '82 in football 
and state finalist in '81 and semi-finalist in '82 . . . broke 
the high school discus record as a freshman . . . born in St. 
Petersburgh, Florida . . . Marketing major. 

SEAN MERCIER SULLIVAN (89) "Sean" 
6-1, 199 (10/25/63) Sr.*, Media, Pennsylvania 

Two-year letterman wide receiver . . . 
has been hampered by injuries in past 
. . . had nine catches for 143 yards 
and a touchdown for Cherry Bowl 
Champions . . . lettered on the Florida 
Citrus team . . . was injured 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 in '84 . . . had 15 
receptions for 2 1 7 yards and one carry for 1 7 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 Phila- 
delphia 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 . . . Journalism major. 

DANIEL BRIAN SWINGLE (17) "Danny" 
6-0, 192 (8/20/65) Jr.*, Mars, Pennsylvania 

Letterman safety on Sun Bowl Cham- 
pions . . . participated on Cherry 
Bowl team but injured and missed 
most of season . . . had five tackles 
and one fumble recovery, all on spe- 
cial teams, and all in first three games 
. . . redshirted on Florida Citrus 
Bowl team . . . bench presses 325 
pounds . . . quarterback, safety and 
running back at Seneca Valley high where he was a first 
team all-state selection . . . earned three letters in football 
and four in track where he ran the 100, 200 and 400 and 
was named the MVP . . . captained the football team one 
year and the track team three years . . . threw a touch- 
down pass to beat Chertiers Valley 7-6 while in high . . . 
born in Medina, Ohio . . . parents now live in Denton, 
Texas . . . Business major. 

CHAD F. SYDNOR (19) "Chad" 

5-9'/ 2 , 181 (12/17/65) Soph.*, Rosemont, Pennsylvania 

Letterman defensive back on Cherry 
Bowl team . . . had 1 tackles with six 
coming on special teams . . . eight of 
ten were first hits . . . also had a 
fumble recovery and a pass inter- 
ception . . . returned the interception 
V/\ l^K '9 yards against North Carolina . . 

I added two tackles in Cherry Bowl 
game . . . 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 as catching 
72 yard touchdown pass on opening play of a game . . . 
three brothers and a sister . . . brothers Willie and Chris 
both athletes . . . Chris played at Penn State . . . born in 
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. 

DOLPH MICHAEL TOKARCZYK (84) 

"Dolph Michael" 

6-3'/2, 228 (9/12/65) Soph.*, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Played but did not letter as a tight 
end on Cherry Bowl team . . . red- 
shirted on the Sun Bowl team . . . 
played both offense and defense at 
end for Episcopal Academy . . . 
earned three letters each in basketball 
\^_^fcv. and track and lour in toot ball 
. ^ ^L %\ three year stai tor in football where he 
^ led the team in tackles and pass 





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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 . . . Inquirer all-city 
honors . . . mile relay team placed second in Penn Relays 
. . . won the Philadelphia Markward Award in basketball 
. . . captained 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 ... as a 
junior blocked a punt to win league title game and in 
senior year blocked a field goal to preserve a tie in league 
title game . . . born in Philadelphia . . . Economics and 
Math major. 



KEVIN P. WALKER (44) "Kevin" 

6-2'/ 2 , 238 (12/24/65) Jr., West Milford, Pennsylvania 

Two year letterman . . . lettered as a 
fullback as freshman in '84 and as 
linebacker in '85 . . . had 50 tackles 
last fall with 34 first hits ... 1 2 of the 
tackles came on special teams . . . 
also had a fumble recovery on special 
^^7X teams and one tackle in the backfield 
, ,_$" v v ] as a linebacker . . . also used on 

Bt! i JM offense as a fullback in the full house 
backfield in short yardage situations . . . did not have a 
carry last fall . . . utilized as a blocking back . . . bench 
presses 355 pounds . . . only true freshman to play on the 
Sun Bowl team . . . carried only nine times for 58 yards 
and 56 of those came in the Duke game . . . was utilized as 
a blocking back in short yardage situations . . . made the 
switch to linebacker in spring of '85 and immediately 
moved into the number two spot on the depth chart . . . 
joined the Terps as a running back candidate from West 
Milford Township high where he captained the football 
team . . . was schools all-time leading ground gainer and 
MVP . . . class president for four years . . . three letters in 
football as a running back, 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 after four years of football, base- 
ball and basketball in high . . . sister Tonya ran track in 
high school, two years, and brother Shannon plays 
football, basketball and baseball as a 15 year old in high 
school . . . sister Tonya is now enrolled at Maryland . . . 
born in Denville, New Jersey . . . Business major. 



EDWARD MARTIN WALSH Jr. (76) "Ed" 
6-6, 279, (1/26/66) Soph.*, East Islip, New York 

rH^^ Offensive tackle candidate . . . red- 

Bi shirted in '84 . . . on team but did not 

^^ participate in '85 . . . bench presses 
> <^» 320 pounds . . . offensive tackle and 
MVP at East Islip high . . . all-con- 
JLi» ference in both football and basket- 

ball . . . captained the basketball and 
football teams in high . . . Senior 
class treasurer ... on state cham- 
pionship football team in '83 and second in state in '84 . . . 




on conference championship team . . . played in '84 
North-South all-star game and was the lead blocker for 
all three TD's scored in 24-3 win and was voted game 
captain by the all-stars . . . born in Brooklyn, New York 
. . . Business major. 



MARK JOSEPH WALSH (42) "Mark" 
6-1%, 209 (4/20/67) Fr.*, Belleville, New Jersey 

Outside Linebacker candidate . . . 
third on depth chart in spring . . . 
quarterback and defensive back in 
high for three years at Belleville high 
where he was accorded all-state 
honors ... on '83 conference cham- 
pionship team as a defensive back 
winning title from Montclair in 
championship game . . . played in '85 
North-South all-star game with 10-10 tie . . . hobby is 
weightlifting . . . redshirted in '85 as a freshman . . . bench 
presses 420 pounds . . . born in Belleville. 



SCOTT ALLEN WHITTIER (38) "Scott" 
6-'/ 2 , 220 (4/8/67) Fr.*, Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Inside linebacker candidate from 
Kempsville high . . . redshirted in '85 
. . . tight end and linebacker with all- 
state honors in high . . . played foot- 
ball three years in high and also three 
years in wrestling and two time state 
place winner . . . second team all- 
district in '83 as a second baseman in 
baseball . . . captained the football 
and wrestling teams his senior year ... on state runner-up 
for football championship as was his wrestling team . . . 
played in East-West All-Star football game in high . . . 
game he remembers most was catching three passes for 
190 yards and two TD's in Regional championship game 
. . . born in Richmond, Virginia . . . Business major. 



JAMES WINSTON WILSON (55) "James" 
6-1, 254 (5/26/65) Jr.*, McLean, Virginia 

Walk-on defensive tackle candidate 
from Langley high . . . captained the 
football team as a guard and line- 
backer at Langley and heavyweight 
wrestler . . . captained the football 
team his junior and senior years . . . 
player of the week honors . . . lettered 
at Virginia Military as a freshman 
before transferring to Maryland . . . 
played in all 11 games as a linebacker for VMI ... 
redshirted in '84 as transfer . . . played but did not letter 
for Terps in '85 ... bench presses 475 . . . born in 
Belefonte, Pennsylvania . . . Business major. 





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DARRYL EDWARD WRIGHT (9) "Darryl" 
6-Vi, 189, (5/11/65) Jr.*, Lanham, Maryland 

Two year letterman punter . . .joined 
Terps as a walk-on but earned a 
scholarship as a punter . . . punted 22 
times in '84 after taking over for Stan 
Gelbaugh for average of 41.4 yards 
ranking fourth in the ACC . . . 
punted 55 times last fall for 39.2 
average and ranked sixth in the ACC 
. . . net average of 39.8 in '84 as only 
six punts 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 ... in 
'85 had a 36.7 net average as 16 punts were returned for 
1 35 yards ... a 74 yard return and two TD returns pulled 
his average down . . . had 1 6 punts inside the 20 and seven 
touchbacks ... six were out of bounds . . . longest was 68 
yards . . . from DeMatha Catholic where he was a punter 
and placekicker for three years ... a pitcher on the 
baseball team that he captained . . . honor roll student . . . 
on championship football team in '82 at DeMatha . . . 
all-met honors and Catholic All-American . . . honored 
by the Pigskin Club and WRC-TV Golden eleven in high 
. . . also all-met in baseball . . . most memorable kick in 
college was the 50 yard kick from the Maryland 32 that 
Scott Tye of Maryland wound up with and carried into 
the end zone for a touchdown . . . kick and fumble return 
covered 68 yards for the score . . . born in Cheverly, 
Maryland. 



FOOTBALL STAFF 

HEAD COACH 

Bobby Ross 

ASSISTANTS 

Jim Cavanaugh 

George Foussekis 

Ralph Friedgen 

Joe Krivak 

Jeff Mann 

Dennis Murphy 

Dick Portee 

Kurt Van Valkenburg 

Greg Williams 

GRADUATE ASSISTANTS 

Paul Tortorella 
Mike Wilkins 

STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING 

Frank Costello 
Scott Fanz 

RECRUITING COORDINATOR 

John Misciagna 




ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY STATE 

Maryland 40 

Pennsylvania 18 

New York 11 

New Jersey 9 

Virginia 9 

Georgia 

Connecticut 

California 

North Carolina 

Ohio 



All-ACC pick Keeta Covington had six interceptions, 41 first hits, 2 jumble 
recoveries and led the conference in kickoff returns as a junior in 1985, 



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INCOMING SCHOLARSHIP FRESHMEN 

FALL 1986 



NAME 

Jack Bradford 
Bob Burns 
Karl Edwards 
Richard Fleece 
Kevin Fowlkes 
Dean Green 
Chris Gunnels 
Norris Hanes 
Mike Hollis 
Kevin Hudak 
Barry Johnson 
Clarence Jones 
Walter Kane 
Gary Mcintosh 
Rich Mann 
Terry Murphy 
Frank Namath 
Ken Oberle 
Glenn Page 
Kevin Pompey 
Bob Rushnak 
Rich Salgado 
Johnny Vessels 
Arnold Walker 
Scott Zolak 



POS 



HGT 



OLB 


6-0 


OL 


6-3 


LB 


6-3 


DL 


6-3 


DB 


5-10 


WR OLB 


6-3 


OL 


6-4 


WR 


6-1 


DB 


6-1 


OL 


6-4 


WR 


6-4 


TE/OL/DL 


6-6 


TE 


6-3 


QB 


6-3 


DL 


6-3 


OL 


6-4 


OL 


6-3 


OL 


6-5 


LB 


6-2 


DB 


6-0 


OLB 


5-11 


OL 


6-4 


DB 


5-11 


RB 


6-0 


QB 


6-5 



WGT HOMETOWN 

205 Columbia, Maryland 

252 Levittown, Pennsylvania 

225 Havre de Grace, Maryland 

245 Somerdale, New Jersey 

180 Woodbridge, Virginia 

200 Martinsburg, West Virginia 

270 Seaville, New Jersey 

170 Silver Spring, Maryland 

170 Rockville, Maryland 

230 Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 

190 Vienna, Virginia 

240 Central Islip, New York 

235 Malvern, New York 

190 Silver Spring, Maryland 

230 Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 

250 Feasterville, Pennsylvania 

260 Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania 

242 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

225 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

185 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

195 E. Brunswick, New Jersey 

270 New Hyde Park, New York 

178 Washington, DC 

197 Connellsville, Pennsylvania 

210 Monongahela, Pennsylvania 



HIGH SCHOOL 

Wilde Lake 

Pennsbury 

Aberdeen 

I nton 

Garfield 

Martinsburg 

Ocean City 

Good Counsel 

Gonzaga 

Bethlehem Catholic 

Herndon 

Central Islip 

Nassau Junior College 

Gonzaga 

Bethlehem Liberty 

Neshaminy 

Blackhawk 

North Hills 

Baldwin 

Cardinal Dougherty 

East Brunswick 

Milford Prep(CT) 

H. D. Woodson 

Connellsville 

Ringgold 



NEW SCHOLARSHIP TERRAPINS 



JACK BRADFORD 

6-0, 205, Wilde Lake High, Columbia, Maryland 

Three-year letterman at linebacker and fullback for Wilde 
Lake, where he earned honorable mention All-America 
honors from Adidas and Scholastic Magazine . . . led 
Wilde Lake to the Howard County Championship as a 
junior, and to the Maryland Class A title as a senior . . . 
has an uncle who teaches in the Maryland business 
department ... an all-metro selection by both the Balti- 
more Sun and News American . . . will be tried at outside 
linebacker . . . born 5 8 68. 



BOB BURNS 

6-3, 252, Pennsbury High, Levittown, Pennsylvania 

All-State selection at offensive tackle and a three-year 
starter ... led Pennsbury to two straight Suburban I 
championships, and to an undefeated (10-0) 1985 season 
. . . all-area selection by the Philadelphia Enquirer and a 
two-time all-region selection by the Bucks County 
Courier Times . . . also played baseball in high school and 
threw the shot put . . . born 1 25 68. 



KARL EDWARDS 

6-3, 225, Aberdeen High, Havre de Grace, Maryland 

Named Maryland State Player of the Year by Gatorade. 
and was an honorable mention All-America selection by 
Adidas Scholastic Magazine . . . Versatile athlete who 
lettered four years in football and four years in wrestling 
at Aberdeen— was a three-time County, Regional and 
State wrestling champion in the heavyweight division . . . 
played tackle, linebacker and fullback in leading Aberdeen 
to Harford County championship as a senior . . . all- 
metro selection and recruited heavily by major Eastern 
powers . . . will be tried at linebacker . . . born 8 30 68. 

RICHARD FLEECE 

6-3, 245, Triton High, Somerdale, New Jersey 

An all-conference selection at both offensive and defen- 
sive tackle and a three-year letterman at Triton; also 
all-conference in wrestling (heavyweight) and track and 
field (shot put, discus) . . . another Adidas Scholastic 
Magazine All-America honorable mention pick . . . 
participated in the New Jersey North-South all-star game 
this spring . . . will be initiated on the defensive side at 
Maryland . . . born 1 1 29 67. 



35 



KEVIN FOWLKES 

5-10, 180, Garfield High, Woodbridge, Virginia 

Running back and free safety for Garfield, but will be 
tried at cornerback by the Terps . . . first-team all-district 
and all-regional, and a second-team all-state selection . . . 
lettered three times in football and three times in wrest- 
ling, where he was a two-time district and regional 
champion and an all-metro selection . . . another honor- 
able mention All-America selection by Adidas, Scholastic 
Magazine . . . born 1 1/ 18/67. 

DEAN GREEN 

6-3, 200, Martinsburg High, Martinsburg, West Virginia 

Standout wide receiver/ linebacker at Martinsburg, where 
he was an all-state selection and a participant in the West 
Virginia North-South all star game . . . another Adidas/ 
Scholastic Magazine honorable mention All-America . . . 
all-area honors in three sports — football, basketball and 
track -and had third-best 400-yard time in state as a 
senior . . . chose Maryland over Kentucky, West Virginia 
and Wake Forest . . . projected as a wide receiver by the 
Terps . . . second team all-state pick in basketball . . . born 
6/22/68. 



CHRIS GUNNELS 

6-4, 270, Ocean City High, Seaville, New Jersey 

Son of Riley Gunnels, a member of the Philadelphia 
Eagles' 1960 NFL Championship team and an eight-year 
veteran with the Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers . . . 
named to Philadelphia Enquirer All-South Jersey team 
and selected to play in the New Jersey North-South all- 
star game . . . honorable mention all-state pick . . . team 
captain at Ocean City, where he played offense and 
defense and led the Cape Atlantic League in scoring as a 
placekicker . . . averaged 40 yards per punt as a senior . . . 
brother John plays quarterback at Towson State ( Mary- 
land) . . . born 7/4/68. 



NORRIS HANES 

6-1, 170, Good Counsel High, Silver Spring, Maryland 

Will be tried at wide receiver, although he could be moved 
to defensive back to take more advantage of his tre- 
mendous speed . . . posted the third-fastest time in the 
330-yard run in the nation (among high schoolers) in 
1985, and was heavily recruited for track and field 
purposes . . . has run a 10.4 in the 100 meters . . . born 
12/15/67. 



KEVIN HUDAK 

6-4, 230, Bethlehem Catholic High, Bethlehem, PA 

A two-time all-conference selection as an offensive tackle 
in the East-Penn League and captain of the Bethlehem 
team as a senior . . . four-year letterman at Bethlehem and 
a forward on the basketball team until 1983, when he gave 
up hoops for football . . . helped Bethlehem to East-Penn 
League title in 1985 . . . born 6/ 13/67. 



BARRY JOHNSON 

6-4, 190, Herndon High, Vienna, Virginia 

Named by the Washington Post as Offensive Player of the 
Year in 1985 and a first-team all-state selection . . . named 
as one of the top five prospects in Virginia by the 
Roanoke Times and another Adidas/ Scholastic Magazine 
honorable mention All-America. . . first-team all-state at 
Herndon, where he caught 35 passes for 940 yards and 
handled the placekicking chores . . . also an all-metro 
selection in soccer . . . will be tried at wide receiver at 
Maryland . . . born 2/1/68. 



CLARENCE JONES 

6-6, 240, Central Islip High, Central Islip, New York 

Highly touted two-way player who will be looked at on 
both offense and defense by the Terps . . . selected by 
Gatorade as New York's Player of the Year, and a 
member of The Sporting News' Best of the Blue Chips 
All-America team . . . played tight end and defensive end 
at Central Islip, but probably will be tried on the offensive 
line at Maryland . . . another member of the Adidas 
Scholastic Magazine honorable mention All-America 
squad . . . lettered three years at Central Islip, leading the 
school to a league championship in 1984. . . born 5, 6/68. 



WALTER KANE 

6-3, 235, Nassau Junior College, Malvern, New York 

Enrolled at Maryland in spring 1986 semester and will be 
eligible this fall as a junior . . . led Nassau in receptions as 
a sophomore and helped lead team to National Junior 
College championship game, where they lost to Copiah 
Lincoln (Miss.), 18-17 ... an All-Coastal Conference 
selection at tight end and a Kiwanis all-star in 1983 while 
attending Valley Stream North High School . . . born 
7/20/66. 



MIKE HOLLIS 

6-1, 170, Gonzaga High, Rockville, Maryland 

Three-year letterman at defensive back and wide receiver 
and another Adidas Scholastic Magazine honorable 
mention All-America . . . Washington Post all-metro 
selection who will be initiated on defensive side of the ball 
at Maryland . . . lettered four years in track at Gonzaga, 
where he competed in the long jump and triple jump . . . 
enjoys model airplanes and will enroll in the college of 
engineering . . . born 3, 22 68. 



RICHARD MANN 

6-3, 230, Bethlehem Liberty High, Bethlehem, PA 

Another Adidas Scholastic Magazine honorable mention 
All-America selection . . . played tight end and defensive 
end at Bethlehem-I.iberty, where he was an all-city 
selection three straight years and an all-state pick as a 
senior . . . will be tried at defensive end at Maryland . . . 
helped Bethlehem-Liberty to District II title in 1984 and 
was a two-time all-conference selection . . . born 
9/11/68. 



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GARY McINTOSH 

6-3, 190, Gonzaga High, Silver Spring, Maryland 

One of two quarterbacks recruited by Maryland and one 
of the nation's best as a high school senior . . . selected by 
The Sporting News to the Best of the Blue Chips All- 
America team, and named as one of the top 10 quarter- 
backs in the nation by super scout Max Emfingei ... an 
All-America selection by Adidas Scholastic Magazine 
. . . recipient of the coveted Timmie Award, awarded to 
the Washington metro area's top prep player, by the 
Washington Touchdown Club ... a two-time all-metro 
pick by the Washington Post and an honorable mention 
All-America in both 1984 and 1985 by the USA Today . . . 
Also named to Parade Magazine's All —America squad 
and was labeled a "super gold chip" by National High 
School Football Magazine . . . born 12 15 66 

TERRY MURPHY 

6-4, 250, Neshaminy High, Feasterville, Pennsylvania 

Two-year starter at Neshaminy, where he helped lead his 
team to two straight conference championship games . . . 
will be initiated on the offensive line at Maryland; was 
named to all-star teams by the Philadelphia Daily News 
and Philadelphia Enquirer . . . named to the Bucks 
County Courier Golden 30 first team, and was an 
honorable mention all-state selection by the Associated 
Press . . . born 4 5 67. 

FRANK NAMATH 

6-3, 260, Blackhawk High, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania 

Nephew of NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Namath 
. . . played on both sides of the ball at Blackhawk, but will 
be tried at offensive tackle at Mary land . . . named to the 
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Fabulous 22 all-star team and 
was a second-team all-state pick . . . also pitched and 
played first base for the baseball team . . . lists his famous 
uncle as the primarv inspiration in his football career . . . 
born 8 19 67. 

KEN OBERLE 

6-5, 242, North Hills High, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

A late bloomer in high school who was named Most 
Improved Defensive Player as a junior and Most Valu- 
able Offensive Lineman as a senior . . . helped North Hills 
to the WP1AL Class AAAA title in 1985 as an offensive 
guard and defensive end . . . will be initiated on the 
offensive line at Marvland ... a Quad- A West all-star . . . 
born 12 24 67. 

GLENN PAGE 

6-2, 225, Baldwin High, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

An honorable mention All-America selection by The 
Sporting News and a member of the Adidas Scholastic 
Magazine honorable mention All-America team . . . 
captained Baldwin as a junior and senior; also threw the 
javelin and played basketball . . . another Quad-A West 
All-Star ... is slated for linebacker dutv at Marvland . . . 
born 9 20 67. 



KEVIN POMPKV 

6-0, 185, Cardinal Dougherty High, Philadelphia, PA 

Played wide receiver, running back and defensive back at 
Cardinal Dougherty; will be worked into the defensive 
secondary at Maryland . . . three-year letterman in both 
football and track, and ran the 100- and 200-yard dashes 
. . . an All-Catholic League selection in both spoits . . . 
helped Cardinal Dougherty to the Catholic League 
championship in 1984 and 1984 . . . born 1 6 68. 



ROBERT RUSHNAK 

5-11, 195, East Brunswick High, East Brunswick, NJ 

A tri-state all-star selection by the New York Daily News, 
and named to all-state teams by the Newark Star-Ledger, 
the Associated Press and News Tribune . . . another 
Adidas Scholastic Magazine honorable mention All- 
America ... set an East Brunswick record for most 
tackles in a season -115 in 1985 and was named Top 
Defensive Player as a senior . . . was also an all-con- 
ference hurdler . . . played linebacker and tight end in 
high school; will be initiated at outside linebacker at 
Maryland . . . born 3/ 1 1/68. 



RICH SALGADO 

6-4, 270, Milford Academy, Hyde Park, New York 

Attended Hyde Park Memorial High before spending one 
year at the Milford Academy -comes to Maryland with 
four years of eligibility . . . at 2 1 , is the oldest of the Terp 
recruits . . . played offensive tackle on a Milford team that 
defeated freshman or plebe squads from Yale, Cornell, 
Wagner and the Naval Academy . . . high school team 
won the Rutgers Cup and was Nassau County champion 
in 1983 . . . born 9/12/65. 



JOHNNY VESSELS 

5-11, 178, H.D. Woodson High, Washington, D.C. 

Played cornerback and wide receiver and lettered four 
years at H.D. Woodson, where he was voted outstanding 
defensive back as a junior and senior . . . helped Woodson 
to two straight East Division titles . . . all-metro pick by 
the Washington Post . . . born 3 3 68. 



ARNOLD WALKER 

6-0, 197, Connellsville High, Connellsville, Pennsylvania 

Named to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Fabulous 22 all- 
star team and to Max Emfinger's National Blue Chip list 
. . . Runs the 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds . . . Rushed for 
1.229 yards in 1985 and scored 19 touchdowns; gained 
2,500 yards and scored 42 touchdowns in his high school 
career . . . another Adidas Scholastic Magazine honor- 
able mention All-America pick . . . the only running back 
recruited by Maryland for the 1986 season, and will 
probablv stav in the offensive backfield . . . born 
11 17 67. 



37 



SCOTT ZOLAK 

6-5, 210, Ringgold High, Monongahela, Pennsylvania 

Another Fabulous 22 selection by the Pittsburgh Post- 
Gazette . . . completed 79 of 153 passes for 1,251 yards 
and 10 touchdowns in 1985, and had only four passes 
intercepted . . . kicked 17 straight extra points without a 
miss and averaged 40.4 yards per punt . . . another 
Adidas Scholastic Magazine honorable mention All- 
America . . . also named in Max Emfinger's list of 
National Blue Chips . . . chose Maryland over Penn State 
and Michigan . . . one of only two quarterbacks recruited 
by the Maryland staff (Gary Mcintosh was the other) . . . 
born 12/13/67. 




1986 
OPPONENTS 



MARYLAND 




VANDERBILT 

September 13 

College Park, Maryland 

Byrd Stadium (45,000) 

COACH: Watson Brown 

(Vanderbilt 73) 

PHONE: (615)322-4727 
OVERALL RECORD: 22-32-1 
VANDERBILT RECORD: 

First Year 



LOCATION: Nashville, Tennessee 

ENROLLMENT: 9,000 

COLORS: Black and Gold 

NICKNAME: Commodores 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Roy Kramer 

LETTERMEN: Returning 47 Lost - 

SERIES RECORD: 3-7 

SID: Lew Harris 

OFFICE: (615) 322-4121 
HOME: (615) 356-6190 



1985 RESULTS (3-7-1) 



1986 SCHEDULE 



7 


Tennessee-Chat. 





Sept. 


6 


at 


Alabama 


16 


Kansas 


42 




13 


at 


Maryland 


17 


Iowa State 


20 




20 




Tulane 


20 


Alabama 


40 


Oct. 


4 




Duke 


24 


Tulane 


17 




11 




Auburn 


7 


Louisiana State 


49 




18 


at 


Georgia 


13 


Georgia 


13 




25 




Mississippi 


7 


Mississippi 


35 


Nov. 


1 




Memphis State 


31 


Kentucky 


24 




8 


at 


Kentucky 


24 


Virginia Tech 


38 




15 


at 


Virginia Tech 





Tennessee 


30 




29 


at 


Tennessee 




PITTSBURGH 

September 1 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Pitt Stadium (56,500) 

COACH: Mike Gottfried 

(Moorehead State '66) 
PHONE: (412) 624-4588 
OVERALL RECORD: 49-39-3 
PITT RECORD: First Season 



LOCATION: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

ENROLLMENT: 12,897 

COLORS: Blue & Gold 

NICKNAME: Panthers 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Ed Bozik 

LETTERMEN: Returning -40 Lost 

SERIES RECORD: 1-1 

SID: Jim O'Brien 

OFFICE: (412) 624-4588 
HOME: (412) 221-3580 



15 



1985 RESULTS (5-5-1) 



1986 SCHEDULE 




WEST VIRGINIA 

September 20 

Morgantown, W. Va. 

Mountaineer Field (52,626) 

COACH: Don Nehlen 

(Bowling Green '58) 

PHONE: (304) 293-4194 
OVERALL RECORD: 101-57-5 
WEST VA RECORD: 48-22-1 



LOCATION: Morgantown, West Virginia 
ENROLLMENT: 23,000 
COLORS: Old Gold and Blue 
NICKNAME: Mountaineers 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Fred Schaus 
LETTERMEN: Returning 39 Lost — 15 
SERIES RECORD: 11-10-2 
SID: Joe Boczek 

OFFICE: (304) 293-2821 

HOME: (304) 598-2765 



31 


Purdue 


30 


Sept. 


1 Maryland 


52 


7 


Ohio State 


10 




13 at N.C. State 


20 


22 


Boston College 


29 




20 at Purdue 





10 


West Virginia 


10 




27 West Virginia 


10 


42 


South Carolina 


7 


Oct. 


4 Temple 


24 


24 


N.C. State 


10 




1 1 at Notre Dame 


13 


38 


Rutgers 


10 




25 Navj 





7 


Navy 


21 


\o\ 


1 at Syracuse 


7 





Syracuse 


12 




8 Miami (Fla.) 


27 


21 


Temple 


17 




15 Rutgers 


23 





Penn State 


31 




22 at Penn State 


13 



1985 RESULTS 






1986 SCHEDULE 


Louisville 


13 


Sept 


6 Northern lllinios 


Duke 


18 




13 at East Carolina 


Maryland 


28 




20 Maryland 


Pittsburgh 


10 




27 at Pitt 


Virginia Tech 


9 


Oct. 


4 at Virginia Tech 


Boston College 


6 




11 Miami (Fla.) 


Penn State 


27 




25 Boston College 


Virginia 


27 


Nov. 


1 Penn State 


Rudgers 







8 at Rutgers 


Temple 


10 




15 at Louisville 


Syracuse 


10 




22 Syracuse 



38 




NORTH CAROLINA MATE 

Septembi - 
College Park, Maryland 
Byrd Stadium (45.000) 

COACH: Dick Sheridan 

(South Carolina °64) 
PHONK: (919) 737-2114 
OVERALL RECORD: 69-2.1-2 
RECORD AT N.C. STATE: 

First year 




WAKE I ORES I [ M\ ERSII\ 

tobei 18 
< ollege Pai k, Maryland 
Byrd Stadium (45,000) 

( OA< II: Al Groh 

(Virginia '67) 

PHONE: (919) 761-5631 

()\ ERALL KK( OKD: 21-34 

WAKE FORKS I RECORD: 21-34 



igh. North Carolina 
23.613 



Jim Valvano 

45 Lost 



LOCATION: Ra 
ENROLLMENT: 

COLORS: Red and White 
NICKNAME: Wolfpack 
\I 111 I IIC DIRECTOR: 
LETTERMEN: Returning 
SERIES RECORD: 21-17-4 
SID: Ed Seaman 

OFFICE: (919) 737-2102 
HOME: (919) 829-9186 



Sept. 



20 



LOCATION: Winston-Salem, North Carolina 
ENROLLMENT: 5,000 
COLORS: Old Gold and Black 
NICKNAME: Demon Deacons 
AIHLET1C DIRECTOR: Dr. Gene Hooks 
LETTERMEN: Returning 33 Lost - 16 
SERIES RECORD: 25-8 
SID: John Justus 

OFFICE: (919) 761-5640 



; 


1985 RESIT. TS 


(3-8) 


14 


East Carolina 


33 


18 


Georgia Tech 


28 


20 


Wake Forest 


17 


20 


Furman 


42 


17 


Maryland 


31 


10 


Pittsburgh 


24 


14 


North Carolina 


21 


10 


Clemson 


39 


21 


South Carolina 


17 


23 


Virginia 


22 


19 


Duke 


31 



Oct. 



Nov. 



986 SCHEDULE 




numc; ( -i 1 1 j 


i l. 


6 East Carolina 


1 


1985 RESULTS (4-7) 


13 Pittsburgh 


30 


William & Mary 


23 


20 Wake Forest 


30 


Boston University 





27 at Maryland 


17 


N.C. State 


20 


1 1 at Georgia Tech 


24 


Appalachian State 


21 


18 at North Carolina 


29 


Tennessee 


31 


25 Clemson 


14 


North Carolina 


34 


1 South Carolina 


3 


Maryland 


26 


8 at Virginia 


18 


Virginia 


20 


15 Duke 


10 


Clemson 


26 


22 Western Carolina 


27 


Duke 


7 




10 


Georgia Tech 


41 



Sept. 



Oct. 



Nov. 



1986 SCHEDULE 



6 


Appalachian State 


13 


Boston Univ. 


20 at 


N.C. State 


27 at 


Army 


4 


Virginia 


11 


North Carolina 


18 at 


Maryland 


1 


Clemson 


8 at 


Duke 


15 at 


South Carolina 


22 


Georgia Tech 



BOSTON COLLEGE 

October 1 1 

College Park, Maryland 

Byrd Stadium (45,000) 

COACH: Jack Bicknell 

t Montclair State '60) 

PHONE: (617)969-0100 Ext. 3010 
OVERALL RECORD: 54-57-2 
BOSTON COLLEGE RECORD: 

36-22-1 
LOCATION: Chestnut Hill Massachusetts 
ENROLLMENT: 8.923 
COLORS: Maroon and Gold 
NICKNAME: Eagles 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: William J. Flvnn 
SERIES RECORD: 1-0 
SID: Reid Oslin 

OFFICE: (617) 552-3004 

HOME: (617) 826-6661 




1 


1985 RESULTS 


(4-8) 


14 


Bngham Young 


28 


28 


Temple 


25 


13 


\lar\land 


31 


29 


Pittsburgh 


22 


10 


Miami (Fla.) 


45 


20 


Rutgers 


10 


14 


Army 


45 


6 


West Virginia 


13 


17 


Cincinnati 


24 


12 


Penn State 


16 


21 


Syracuse 


41 


38 


Holy Cross 


7 



Sept. 



Oct. 



Nov. 



1986 SCHEDULE 



6 


Rutgers 


13 


Cal. -Berkeley 


20 


Penn State 


4 at 


S. Methodist 


11 at 


Maryland 


18 


Louisville 


25 at 


West Virginia 


1 at 


Army 


8 at 


Temple 


15 


Syracuse 


22 at 


Holy Cross 




DUKE UNIVERSITY 

October 25 

Durham, North Carolina 

Wallace-Wade Stadium (33,941) 

COACH: Steve Sloan 

(Alabama '66) 
PHONE: (919) 684-2635 
OVERALL RECORD: 64-79-3 
DUKE RECORD: 9-24 



Tom Butters 
- 33 Lost 



LOCATION: Durham. North Carolina 

ENROLLMENT: 5,975 

COLORS: Roval Blue and White 

NICKNAME: Blue Devils 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: 

LETTERMEN: Returning 

SERIES RECORD: 15-13 

SID: John Roth 

OFFICE: (919) 684-2633 
HOME: (919) 471-9514 



Sept. 



23 





1985 RESULTS (4-7) 


40 


Northwestern 


17 


18 


West Virginia 


20 


34 


Ohio University 


13 


14 


Virginia 


37 


7 


South Carolina 


28 


9 


Clemson 


21 


10 


Maryland 


40 





Georgia Tach 


9 


7 


Wake forest 


27 


31 


N.C. State 


19 


23 


North Carolina 


21 



Oct. 



Nov. 



1986 


SCHEDULE 


6 


at 


Northwestern 


13 


at 


Georgia 


20 




Ohio University 


27 




Virginia 


4 


at 


Vanderbilt 


18 


at 


Clemson 


25 




Maryland 


1 


at 


Georgia Tech 


8 




Wake Forest 


15 


at 


N.C. State 


22 




North Carolina 



39 




UNIVERSITY OF 
NORTH CAROLINA 

November 1 

Chapel Hill, N.C. 

Keenan Stadium (50,000) 

COACH: Dick Crum 

(Mt. Union '57) 
PHONE: (919) 976-2575 
OVERALL RECORD: 94-41-3 
NORTH CAROLINA RECORD: 
60-31-2 



LOCATION: Chapel Hill, North Carolina 
ENROLLMENT: 22,021 
COLORS: Carolina Blue and White 
NICKNAME: Tar Heels 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: John Swofford 
LETTERMEN: Returning — 41 Lost — 20 
SERIES RECORD: 23-25-1 
SID: Rick Brewer 

OFFICE: (919) 962-2123 

HOME: (919) 929-2721 



1985 RESULTS (5-6) 

21 Navy 19 

1 3 LSU 23 

51 VMI 7 

Georgia Tech 31 

34 Wake Forest 14 

21 N.C. State 14 

10 Florida State 20 

10 Maryland 28 

21 Clemson 20 

22 Virginia 24 
21 Duke 23 



1986 SCHEDULE 

Sept. 6 The Citadel 
13 at Kansas 
20 at Florida State 

Oct. 4 Georgia Tech 
1 1 at Wake Forest 
18 N.C. State 
25 at LSU 

Nov. I Maryland 
8 at Clemson 
15 Virginia 
22 at Duke 




CLEMSON UNIVERSITY 

November 15 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Memorial Stadium (60,575) 

COACH: Danny Ford 

(Alabama 70) 
PHONE: (803) 656-2101 
OVERALL RECORD: 58-21-2 
CLEMSON RECORD: 58-21-2 



LOCATION: Clemson, South Carolina 
ENROLLMENT: 12.829 
COLORS: Purple and Orange 
NICKNAME: Tigers 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Bobbv Robinson 
LETTERMEN: Returning — 53 Lost — 20 
SERIES RECORD: 19-14-1 
SID: Bob Bradley 

OFFICE: (803) 656-2114 

HOME: (803) 654-5419 



1985 RESULTS (6-6) 

20 Virginia Tech 17 
13 Georgia 20 

3 Georgia Tech 14 

7 Kentucky 26 

27 Virginia 24 

21 Duke 9 
39 N.C. State 10 
26 Wake Forest 10 
20 North Carolina 21 
31 Maryland 34 
24 South Carolina 17 
13 Minnesota 20 



1986 SCHEDULE 

Sept. 13 Virginia Tech 
20 at Georgia 
27 at Georgia Tech 

Oct. 4 The Citadel 
1 1 at Virginia 
18 Duke 
25 at N.C. State 

Nov. 1 at Wake Forest 

8 North Carolina 
15 at Maryland 
22 South Carolina 




PENN STATE UNIVERSITY 

November 8 

State College, Pennsylvania 

Beaver Stadium (83.770) 

COACH: Joe Paterno 
(Brown '50) 
PHONE: (814) 865-0411 
OVERALL RECORD: 187-44-2 
PENN STATE RECORD: 

187-44-2 



LOCATION: State College, Pennsylvania 
ENROLLMENT: 27,000 
COLORS: Blue& White 
NICKNAME: Nittany Lions 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Jim Tarman 
LETTERMEN: Returning 52 Lost — 15 
SERIES RECORD: 1-28 
SID: Dave Baker 

OFFICE: (814) 865-1757 

HOME: (814) 237-8619 



1 


985 RESULTS (1 


11-1) 




1986 SCHEDULE 


20 


Maryland 


18 


Sept. 


6 


Jemple 


27 


Temple 


25 




20 at 


Boston College 


17 


East Carolina 


10 




27 


East Carolina 


17 


Rutgers 


10 


Oct. 


4 


Rutgers 


19 


Alabama 


17 




1 1 


Cincinnati 


24 


Syracuse 


20 




IX 


Syracuse 


27 


West Virginia 







25 at 


Alabama 


16 


Boston College 


12 


Nov. 


1 at 


West Virginia 


31 


Cincinnati 


10 




8 


Maryland 


36 


Notre Dame 


6 




15 at 


Notre Dame 


31 


Pittsburgh 







22 


Pittsburgh 


10 


Oklahoma 


25 










UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA 

November 29 
Charlottesville, Virginia 
Scott Stadium (42,000) 

COACH: George Welsh 
(Navy '56) 

PHONE: (804) 924-3063 
OVERALL RECORD: 77-67-3 
VIRGINIA RECORD: 22-21-2 



LOCATION: Charlottesville, Virginia 
ENROLLMENT: 16,400 
COLORS: Orange and Blue 
NICKNAME: Cavaliers, Wahoos 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Dick Schult/ 
LETTERMEN: Returning -31 Lost — 26 
SERIES RECORD: 33-15-2 
SID: Rich Murray 

OFFICE: (804) 924-3011 

HOME: (804) 978-2966 



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1985 RESULTS 


(6-5) 




1986 SCHEDULE 


40 


VMI 


15 


Sept. 


6 South Carolina 


24 


Georgia Tech 


13 




1 3 at Navy 


13 


Navy 


17 




20 Georgia Tech 


37 


Duke 


24 




27 at Duke 


24 


Clemson 


27 


Oct. 


4 at Wake Forest 


10 


Virginia Tech 


28 




1 1 Clemson 


20 


Wake Forest 


18 




25 at Virginia Tech 


27 


West Virginia 


7 


Nov. 


1 William & Mary 


22 


N.C. State 


23 


Nov. 


8 N.C. State 


24 


North Carolina 


22 




15 at North Carolina 


21 


Maryland 


33 




29 Maryland 



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THE 1986 OUTLOOK 



LETTERMEN RETURNING— 


45 


(includes three from the 1984 team) 


17 


offensive lettermen 


25 


defensive lettermen 


3 


kicking specialists 


LETTERMEN LOST— 


18 




6 


from the defense 


12 


from the offense 


STARTERS RETURNING — 


II 


plus all kicking specialists 


4 


on offense 


7 


on defense 


1 


placekicker 


1 


punter 


1 


kickoff placekicker 



For the first time since 1978 the Terrapins open the 
season without a quarterback who has earned a letter at 
the position. The 1978 team did have a senior in Tim 
O'Hare who had thrown a total of five passes the previous 
year. O'Hare took the Terps to a 9-2 season and a Sun 
Bowl berth. The 1986 Terrapins have Dan Henning who 
lettered as a redshirt sophomore while holding for 
placements, but has not taken a snap from under center. 
His only official passing attempt came off a field goal 
formation. Drew Komlo has worked with the Maryland 
offense for two years and Neil O'Donnell is entering his 
second year. "We need to settle on a starting quarterback 
quickly in order to prepare for the September One opener 
at Pittsburgh," says Bobby Ross. 

Our losses from the 1985 squad were high in number 
and also high in quality. We must replace 1 1 starters. Ten 
of those 1 1 were in pro football camps this fall. 

"Our obvious strengths are at running back, the 
defensive line, receivers and at linebacker," says Ross. 
"While our apparent weaknesses are lack of depth and 
experience in the offensive line, and inexperience at 
quarterback and in the secondary." 



BY POSITION 



OFFENSE- 



QUARTERBACK— "We have three candidates to 
open the season." says Ross. "They are Junior Dan 
Henning. Sophomore Drew Komlo and Redshirt Fresh- 
man Neil O'Donnell. Henningand Komlo alternated with 
the first unit throughout most of spring practice. Robert 
Nutile is also a redshirt freshman candidate. 



RUNNING BACK "I feel good about oui running 
back situation where we have Alvin Blount, I ommy Neal. 
and Mike Anderson returning and several youngsters 
behind them who can play," says Ross. Blount is a pre- 
season All-ACC choice with impressive statistics and 
Neal had outstanding statistics before suffering an injury 
and missing nearly half of the 1985 season. Anderson 
letterd in his first year on the team. I he youngsters 
include Bren l.owery and Carl Morton. 

FULLBACK Leading scorer Rick Badanjek is gone 
but Stephon Scriber returns as a two year letterman 
senior. Tommy Neal can also run from fullback. Dennis 
Spinelli had a fine spring practice and Keith Bullock 
returns as a letterman. Richard Shure also returns as a 
letterman. 

WIDE RECEIVERS— "We moved "Ziz" Abdur- 
Ra'oof to the split end spot so we can get both he and 
James Milling in the game at the same time," says Ross. 
While alternating at the same position they caught 61 
passes for 1,086 yards last fall. "Ziz" has a letterman 
backing him up in Vernon Joines while Milling has 
letterman Sean Sullivan and Junior John Bonato as his 
backups. 




Junior wide receiver Azizuddin A bdur-Ra'oof enters 1986 with receptions in 22 
straight regular season games. He has caught 60 passes and averaged 1 8.5 yards per 
catch during that 22-game span. 



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TIGHT END — "We expect Ferrell Edmunds to play 
well," says Ross. Edmunds is a two year letterman junior 
who had 21 receptions and four touchdowns last fall. 
Redshirt Freshman Blaine Rose is his backup along with 
Sophomore Dolph Tokarczyk, Freshman Derek Jennings 
and Community College transfer Walter Kane. 

CENTER — "We moved Dave Amend to guard in the 
spring and that leaves us three centers. Any one of the 
three could start this fall. Bill Hughes, John Rugg and 
Mark Rothrock are all three capable of starting," says 
Ross. Hughes and Rugg are lettermen with Hughes 
having also lettered at tackle. 

GUARDS — "Dave Amend is the starter on the right 
side while either Robert Sterling or Bill Hughes could 
start on the left side," says Ross. Amend made the move 
from center in the spring where he lettered last fall and has 
also lettered on defense. Hughes could play either guard 
or center. Joe Giuliano moved over from defense and 
along with Richard Nelson, Rich Salgado and Pete 
McDaniel are competing for the backup spots. 

TACKLES — "John Soma is a two year letterman and 
Ben Jefferson continues to improve," says Ross. Jefferson 
lettered last fall as a redshirt freshman and is backed up 
on the left side by Mark Agent. Soma is backed up by Ed 
Walsh and Mark Hofland. Jefferson is the biggest at 6-8 Vi 
and 322 pounds while Hofland is the smallest at 6-6'/2 and 
255. 



DEFENSE— "We go into the season feeling better 
about this unit than we have in any of the previous four 
years," says Ross. "We have three All-ACC selections 
returning and Bruce Mesner is one of the finest defensive 
lineman in the nation." Chuck Faucette and Keeta 
Covington are the other All-ACC selections. 

GUARD — "Bruce Mesner gives us an excellent pass 
rush and along with Bob Arnold a fine pair of starters," 
says Ross. Tommy Parker and Neal Sampson are both 
lettermen and both have started in the past. The four have 
earned a total of nine letters. Sampson has played both 
sides. Mark Pizzo and Mike Kiselak are both redshirt 
freshmen. 

TACKLES — "We have good experience at tackle" says 
Ross. "We have three lettermen on the right side and a 
pair on the left side". The five lettermen have earned a 
total of eight letters. The expected starters are Ted 
Chapman and Warren Powers. Chapman is backed up on 
the left by Robert Klein, Redshirt Freshman Tony 
Franciscus and James Wilson. On the right Duane 
Dunham has starting experience and Wayne Brunson is 
also a letterman. 



INSIDE LINEBACKERS— "Chuck Faucette, Richie 
Petitbon and Kevin Walker are among the best" says 
Ross. "We consider all three starters". Faucette was an 
All-ACC selection last fall. Other lettermen are Jon 





Two major reasons why Maryland's linebacking corps is among the nation's best are juniors Richie Petitbon (left) and Kevin Walker. Petitbon had 101 tackles and three 
fumble recoveries as a sophomore; Walker had 50 tackles in limited action in l Q H5 after being moved from fullback, where he played as a Freshman. 



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Sabrowski, Matt D'Amico and Doug Dragan. Nick 
Marchetti is a Redshirt Sophomore who will play. 

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS "O'Brien Alston returns 
as a starter on the left end of the line and either Sean Scott 
or Terry Burke are capable of starting on the right end" 
says Ross. Lettennan Steve Kelly returns on the left along 
with redshirt freshman Mark Walsh. Redshirt Freshman 
Scott Whittier adds depth on the right end. 

HALFBACKS "Keeta Covington is the anchor of 
our secondary" says Ross. "We have the best overall 
speed we have had in the secondary. We have some fine 
young talent". Lewis Askew is the other starter with 
lettermen Chad Sydnor and lrvin Smith the backups. 
Charles Gassaway had a fine spring also in the secondary. 

SAFETY "J. B. Brown is the quickest safety we have 
had" says Ross. Brown lettered as a freshman last fall and 
is backed up by lettennan Danny Swingle and Leon Bray. 

KICKING GAME— "We have competition at both 
kicking positions and should be improved off experience 
alone"says Ross. "All of the kickers return as does Keeta 
Covington handling the returns". Dan Plocki was 1 1 for 
13 on field goals last fall and perfect on 20 PAT's. Ramon 
Paredes was three for seven and 13 for 13. Darryl Wright 
has punted for two years. Covington led the ACC in punt 
returns in 1984 and kickoff returns in '85. 





Senior Stephon Scriber, who gained 171 yards on 42 carries in 1°S5. will be 
counted on to help ease the loss of Rick Badanjek at fullback. 



Despite limited playing time last season, junior wide receiver James Milling caught 
28 passes for 441 yards. His role will expand in 1 °86. as coaches have moved "Ziz " 
Ra oof to split end and made Milling the starting flanker. 



PRONUNCIA TION 

Abdur-Ra'oof (As-is-UH-din 
Amend 


GUIDE 

) AB-der-RAH-oof 
A-men 


Bonato 






Bow-NOT-oh 


D'Amico 






D-ah-me-co 


Faucette 






Faw-SET 


Giuliano 

Kiselak 






Jul-e-ANN-oh 
Kiss-ah-lak 


Komlo 






KOM-low 


Nutile 






NEW-TILE 


Paredes 






... Pah-RAID-ees 


Petitbon 






Pet-ah-bone 


Pizzo 






PIE-ZO 


Sabrowski 

Salgado 

Scriber 






Sah-BROW-ski 

Sal-GAH-doe 

Scribe-er 


Spinelli 






Spa-nel-lee 


Swingle 






SWING-gull 


Svdnor 






Sid-nor 


Tokarczvk 






Toe-CAR-shick 





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1985 IN REVIEW 




Junior tight end herrell hdmunds was an honorable mention All-American 
I A ssociated Press) in 1 9#5. catching 21 passes for M 4 yards and Jour touchdowns, 
with all four TO's coming in the final three games. 



The Maryland Terrapins won their third consecutive Atlantic 
Coast Conference championship and posted their second 
straight 9-3 season in 1 985, capping the year with a 35-18 victory 
over Syracuse in the second-annual Cherry Bowl. The Cherry 
Bowl triumph was also the second straight postseason victory 
for the Terps and head coach Bobby Ross, who has gone 8-3 in 
each of his four regular seasons at Maryland. 

J. D. Maarleveld was named a Kodak Ail-American by the 
American Football Coaches Association and six Terrapins were 
named to the All-ACC team. Four of the six all-league 
selections were on the defensive unit with Bruce Mesnerand Al 
Covington making the team for the second consecutive year. 
Keeta Covington joined his brother Al on the all-league team 
along with Linebacker Chuck Faucette. Maarleveld and Guard 
Len Lynch were on the offensive unit. 

Quarterback Stan Gelbaugh grabbed a pair of passing 
records from Boomer Esiason with his 2,475 yards passing for 
the season and 2.385 yards total offense. 

All three Maryland losses were at the hands of top five teams 
as they dropped a two point decision to Penn State at home, a 
29-22 decision to Miami in Baltimore and lost to Michigan 
before 105.282 in Ann Arbor. 

The bid from the Cherry Bowl gave Ross four consecutive 
bowl trips in his four years at Maryland and the Terrapin's 
eleventh bowl trip in the last thirteen years. 



PENN STATE (Byrd Stadium. Sept. 7) Penn State intercepted 
a Stan Gelbaugh pass on the second play of the game and 
returned it 32 yards for a touchdown. The Nittany Lions went 
on to a 1 7-0 lead 2:56 into the second quarter. Ramon Paredes 
then kicked a 22 yard field goal and Rick Badanjek scored on an 
eight yard run and it was 17-10 at the half. Chuck Faucette 
intercepted a Penn State pass 1:28 into the third quarter and five 
plays later Badanjek scored his second touchdown of the game 



on a five yard run. Dan Hcnning hit Chris Knight with a two 
point pass and Maryland had taken a 18-17 lead Penn State 
came back with a 46 yard field goal with 9:46 remaining in the 
third quarter for the final 20-18 score. Maryland threatened 
three times in the fourth quarter but missed a 34 yard field goal 
after driving to the Penn State 12 and a 51 yard attempt (both 
just wide) after driving to the 33. Maryland's last drive carried to 
the Penn State 30 where a pass was then dropped on the nine and 
a completion was fumbled on the 24 with 38 seconds remaining. 
Penn State has scored only a field goal in the last 42 minutes of 
the game. Maryland had controlled the ball for 36 minutes of the 
game and outgained the Nittany Lions 342 to 249 yards but 
Penn State had its 2 1st consecutive win over the Terps and went 
on to become the nation's top ranked team. 

PENN STATE 10 7 3 20 

MARYLAND 10 8 0—18 



BOSTON COLLEGE (Sullivan Stadium, Sept. 14) Ramon 
Paredes kicked a 32 yard field goal and Tommy Neal scored on a 
two yard run to give the Terps a 10-0 lead over Boston College. 
After a 10-7 half-time lead the Terps outscored Boston College 
21-6 in the second half for the 3 1-13 win. Alvin Blount scored on 
a four yard run, Eric Holder on a 10 yard pass from Stan 
Gelbaugh and Rick Badanjek on a one yard run. Scott Tye 
recovered a pair of fumbles for the Terps including one on the 
BC one yard line setting up the final score. The Terps had the 
ball nine minutes longer than BC, recovered three Eagle fumbles 
and had a pair of interceptions by Chuck Faucette and Joe 
Bailey. 

MARYLAND 3 7 7 14—31 

BOSTON COLLEGE 7 6 0—13 




All- American and Out land Trophy candidate Bruce \fesner was an All- AC C 
selection at defensive guard for the second straight season. He had 113 tackles, 12 
quarterback sacks and two fumble recoveries as a junior in 1985. 



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'85 IN REVIEW 



WEST VIRGINIA (Byrd Stadium, Sept. 21) The Terps out- 
gained the Mountaineers 518 yards to 271 enroute to a 28-0 win. 
West Virginia did not get inside the Maryland 30 until the final 
play of the game when a pass carried to the Maryland four. The 
Mountaineers picked up 76 yards on their last five plays in the 
game in their only drive over 39 yards. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof 
caught five passes for 90 yards including an 1 1 yard touchdown. 
Tommy Neal, who played only one play in the Penn State 
opener with an injury, carried 1 5 times for 90 yards and scored 
on runs of three and five yards. Sean Sullivan added a 23 yard 
touchdown reception for the Terps. Maryland had 22 more 
plays than the Mountaineers and controlled the ball for nearly 
36 minutes of the game. Bruce Mesner had three quarterback 
sacks for the Terps in the national telecast by TBS. 

WEST VIRGINIA 0—0 

MARYLAND 14 7 7 0-28 



MICHIGAN (Michigan Stadium, Sept. 28) Michigan handed 
the Terps their first shutout since 1979 with a 20-0 win before 
105,282 in Ann Arbor. The Wolverines kicked a 34 yard field 
goal in the first quarter while Maryland missed a 31 yard 
attempt in the second quarter. Michigan scored a pair of 
touchdowns on a ten yard pass in the first quarter and three yard 
pass in the third quarter. A 25 yard field goal completed the 
scoring. Maryland drove to the 1 3 in the first quarter, missed the 
field goal, to the 29 in the third but failed on fourth down and to 
the six in the third quarter but had a pass intercepted in the end 





Walk-on placekicker Pan Plocki gave the Terps a hig lift in the second half of 
I9SS: He hit II of 13 field goal attempts and all 20 extra points in six games, 
including six straight field goals in the final three games. 



A healthy Tommy \eal is a good Tommy Xeal: The senior running hack has 
gained 1.024 yards and averaged 5. 7 yards per carry in three years at Maryland, 
and gained 362 yards (62 carries) despite playing just five full games in I °85. 



zone. The Terps were on the Michigan 1 1 when the game ended. 
Four interceptions and a fumble hampered the Maryland 
offense. Michigan did not score on the ground as the Terps 
stopped them after a first down on the one and gave up one score 
on a three yard pass after a first down on the two. Michigan went 
on to become the nation's fifth ranked team. 

MARYLAND 0—0 

MICHIGAN 3 7 7 3—20 



NORTH CAROLINA STATE (Carter Finley Stadium. Oct. 5) 
Maryland scored 14 points in 67 seconds and topped North 
Carolina State 3 1-1 7 in their Atlantic Coast Conference opener. 
The Wolfpack jumped into a 10-0 lead in the second quarter but 
Maryland came up with a field goal and a defensive play by 
Chuck Faucette seemed to inspire the offense. Faucette, from 
his linebacker position came over the top himself and hit a 
driving Mike Miller in mid-air on a first and goal at the one. 
Faucette knocked the ball loose and Keeta Covington recovered 
it on the one. Stan Gelbaugh then took the Terps 99 yards in 1 :42 
for a 10-10 tie at the half, hitting Eric Holder with a 17 yard pass 
for the score. Maryland then drove 74 yards to open the second 
half with Rick Badanjek scoring from the one. The Wolfpack 
tied the score 17-17 with 10:46 remaining in the game but 
Maryland scored on a four yard run by Alvin Blount and 22 
seconds later Bruce Mesner knocked the ball loose from the 
State quarterback, Maryland's ninth sack, and Scott Tye 



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'85 IN REVIEW 



recovered on the 23. Stan Gelbaugh scored on a 1 9 yard run and 
the Terps had their opening ACC win. 

MARYLAND 10 7 14—31 

N.C. STATE 7 3 7—17 



WAKE FORKST (Groves Stadium. Oct. 19) Walk-on Fresh- 
man Dan Plocki made his first appearance for the Terps and 
kicked four field goals as Maryland defeated Wake Forest 26-3. 
Stan Gelbaugh passed for 275 yards and hit A/i/uddin Abdur- 
Ra'oof with touchdown passes of 39 and 42 yards. Ahdur- 
Ra'oof had 1 16 yards on four receptions in the game. The Wake 
Forest field goal came after the Terps had blocked a 42 yard 
attempt but were offsides and the resulting 38 yard attempt was 
good. The only other Wake Forest threat came in the fourth 
quarter but a fourth down from the 24 failed. Plocki had field 
goals of 26. 45. 24 and 33 yards after missing his first collegiate 
attempt from 48 yards. 

MARYLAND 6 10 10—26 

WAKE FOREST 3 0—3 



DUKE (Byrd Stadium. Oct. 26) Maryland rolled up 501 yards, 
scored 33 second half points and defeated Duke 40-10. The 
Terrapins had 314 yards passing and three touchdown passes 



from Stan Gelbaugh with A/i/uddin Abdur-Ra'oof catching 
four passes for 96 yards. Rick Badanjek scored a pair of 
touchdowns on two yard runs and Alvin Blount caught a two 
yard pass for a score. Eric Holder had a 12 yard touchdown 
reception. Dan Plocki hit his fifth consecutive field goal with a 
21 yardcr and Kevin Walker's tackle in the end zone gave the 
Terps a safety I he Terps scored 23 points in a 5:02 span in the 
fourth quarter. 

DUKE 3 7 10 

MARYLAND 7 10 23-40 



NORTH CAROLINA ( Byrd Stadium, Nov. 2) Maryland won a 
28-10 decision from North Carolina before a regional television 
audience and Homecoming crowd. The Terps held the Tar 
Heels to 199 yards total offense and had six quarterback sacks in 
the game. Maryland's Bob Arnold intercepted a pass on the first 
play of the game and the Tar Heels only crossed midficld once in 
the first half but wound up back on the 50 on that series. The far 
Heels kicked a 43 yard field goal in the third quarter and scored 
on a 25 yard drive following an interception. They drove to the 
Maryland 40 in the fourth quarter but a 16 yard sack left them 
back on their own 44. Rick Badanjek scored on three two yard 
runs after scoring four touchdowns against North Carolina last 
year. Tight End Chris Knight scored on a two yard pass from 
Stan Gelbaugh. Three Maryland interceptions included one by 
Freshman J. B. Brown that he returned 33 yards. 

NORTH CAROLINA 10 0—10 

MARYLAND 7 7 14—28 




Seven starters — and three -HI-4CC selections — return from a Maryland defense that was superb in I°85. The Terps led the conference in rushing defense and total defense, 
had 50 quarterback sacks, and didn't allow a rushing touchdown until nine games into the season. 



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'85 IN REVIEW 



MIAMI (Memorial Stadium. Baltimore, Nov. 9) Maryland 
dropped a 29-22 decision to Miami after leading 22-20 in the 
fourth quarter. Miami went on to be the nation's fourth ranked 
team and gained revenge for the 42-40 loss to Maryland in 
Miami last year. The Terps led 13-0 on a four yard pass from 
Stan Gelbaugh to Ferrell Edmunds and a pair of Dan Plocki 
field goals. With the score tied 13-13 Rick Badanjek scored on a 
two yard run and the Terps picked up a safety off an illegally 
kicked ball in the end zone by Miami, for a 22-13 lead. Miami 
then returned a punt 74 yards and followed with a 20 yard field 
goal fora 23-22 lead. Miami with two one yard scoring runs was 
the first team to score a touchdown rushing on Maryland in 
1985. Keeta Covington had a 34 yard interception return in the 
game and Plocki was two for two on field goals. 

MIAMI 13 7 9—29 

MARYLAND 10 3 9 0—22 

CLEMSON( Memorial Stadium, Nov. 16) Maryland clinched a 
tie for the ACC Championship in "Death Valley" with a 34-31 
win over the Clemson Tigers. It was the sixteenth consecutive 
ACC win by Coach Bobby Ross and the Terrapins. Clemson 
blocked a punt in the first quarter and ran it in for a touchdown 
and 10-0 lead. Maryland then drove 80 yards with Alvin Blount 
scoring from two yards. Stan Gelbaugh opened the second 
quarter with a 78 yard drive including a 50 yard touchdown pass 
to Eric Holder and 14-10 led. Clemson responded with an 80 
yard drive (17- 14) and then blocked another punt setting up a 24 
yard drive and 24-14 lead. Dan Plocki kicked a45 yard field goal 
to send the Terps in at the half down 24- 1 7. Neither team could 
score in the third quarter but Gelbaugh hit Ferrell Edmunds 
with a 20 yard scoring pass on the third play of the fourth 
quarter fora 24-24 tie. Clemson drove 80 yards fora 31-24 lead 
with 5:54 remaining in the game. Maryland came back with an 
80 yard drive scoring on a two yard pass to Edmunds and 
kicking the extra point for a 3 1 -3 1 tie with 1:18 remaining. The 
Terrapins held Clemson and got the ball back, with 44 seconds 
remaining, on the Maryland 25. Gelbaugh then hit Holder for 
12, Blount for 12 and Edmunds for 44. Blount ran the ball to the 
three and Plocki kicked the winning 20 yard field goal with three 
seconds left from the right hash mark. Gelbaugh broke Boomer 
Esiason's school records for most yards passing in a game and 
total offense with 361 yards passing and 368 total offense. 
Edmunds had 101 yards on six receptions from his tight end 
position. 

MARYLAND 7 10 17—34 

CLEMSON 10 14 7—31 

VIRGINIA (Byrd Stadium, Nov. 29) Maryland won the ACC 
championship with a 33-21 win over the Virginia Cavaliers 
before a national television audience on CBS. Alvin Blount led 
the Terrapins with 1 86 yards rushing on 28 carries including a 25 
yard touchdown run. Rick Badanjek played in his 47th con- 
secutive game and scored his 48th and 49th touchdowns for the 



TERRAPINS FIRST 
WITH NAMES ON UNIFORMS 



According to NCAA and Maryland research the Terrapins were 
the first collegiate team to take the field with the players' names 
on their uniforms. Maryland Coach Tom Nugent saw that team 
win its first game with the names on the backs of the players, 14-6 
over S.M.U. The Terns, led by Gary Collins and Dick Shiner, 
won their first three 'ames, enroute to a 7-3 season and 
Maryland's only win ever over Penn State 21-17. 




Call linebacker Chuck Faucette the heart of a veteran Terrapin defense: In 1985, he 
had a team-leading 144 tackles, three quarterback sacks, two interceptions and a 
Jumble recovery. 

Terps. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof tied the Maryland record for 
consecutive games catching a pass at 23 with a pair of 
receptions. Stan Gelbaugh had another fine game at quarter- 
back completing 14 passes for 198 yards and a touchdown 
without an interception ora sack. Dan Plocki chipped in with a 
pair of field goals and Ferrell Edmunds had a 40 yard 
touchdown reception. Keeta Covington picked off two Virginia 
passes in the secondary as Maryland won its seventeenth 
consecutive ACC game and third consecutive ACC title. 

VIRGINIA 7 7 7—21 

MARYLAND 7 16 10-33 

SYRACUSE (Pontiac Silverdome, Dec. 21) Terrapins scored 
28 first half points and went on to beat Syracuse 35-18 in the 
Cherry Bowl. Quarterback Stan Gelbaugh, in his last game for 
Maryland, was named the Offensive Player of the Game after 
completing 14 of 20 passes for 223 yards and a pair of 
touchdowns. He also rushed for 19 yards and a score. End Scott 
Schankweiler was named the Defensive Player of the Game for 
the Terps. Syracuse led 3-0 and 10-6 before Maryland scored 29 
consecutive points to take a 35-10 lead. Defensive tackle Scott 
Tye scored his only collegiate touchdown on an eight-yard 
fumble return on the end of a 50-yard punt by Maryland's 
Darryl Wright. Alvin Blount scored on a 20-yard run while 
picking up 132 yards rushing on 24 carries and Tommy Neal 
returned from the injured list to pick up 50 yards on four carries. 
"Ziz" Abdur-Ra'oof ran his string of consecutive games catch- 
ing a pass to 24 as he grabbed five for 86 yards and a touchdown. 
James Milling extended his streak to 1 2 games with two catches 
and Ferrell Edmunds to I 1 games with a pair of receptions. 
Maryland finished season with a 9-3 record, a three-game 
winning streak and second consecutive Bowl win. 

SYRACUSE 3 7 8 0—18 

MARYLAND 6 22 7 0—35 



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1985 FOOTBALL AWARDS 



Sept 
Nov 
Nov 

Sept 



!l 



TERRAPIN ACC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 

(Offensive Back oj the Week) 

St.m Gelbaugh \s West Virginia 
Rick Badanjek \s North Carolina 
Stan Gelbaugh vs Clemson 

(Defensive Lineman of the Week) 
Bruce Mesner \s Penn State 

(Defensive Back oj the Week) 
Chuck Faucette vs Boston College 
Chuck Faucette vs NC State 
Richie Petitbon vs Wake Forest 
Al Co\ ington vs Duke 



Sept. 


14 


Oct. 


5 


Oct. 


19 


Oct. 


26 



TERI'S IN ALL STAR (.AMIS 
HULA BOWL. Honolulu, Hawaii 
Stan Gelbaugh, Quarterback 
Al Covington. SafetJ 

EAST-WESI SHRINE, Palto Alto. California 
Rick Badanjek Fullback 
Donald Brown, Defensive Back 

JAPAN BOWL. Tokyo, Japan 
.1. D. Maarleveld, Offensive Tackle 

SENIOR BOWL, Mobile Alabama 
Stan Gelbaugh, Quarterback 



ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 

(Atlantic Coast Sportswriters) (Associated Press) 

J. D. Maarleveld, Offensive Tackle .). D. Maarleveld, Offensive Tackle 

Len Lynch, Offensive Guard 



Len Lynch, Offensive Guard 

Bruce Mesner, Defensive Guard*** 

Chuck Faucette. Inside Linebacker 

Al Covington. Safety *** 
Keeta Covington, Defensive Back 

***On 1984 Team, also 



Bruce Mesner, Defensive Guard*** 
Chuck Faucette, Inside Linebacker 

Al Covington, Safety*** 



NCAA/CHEVROLET PLAYER OF THE DAY 

($1,000 Scholarship) 

Chuck Faucette vs Miami (Fla.) — November 9 Alvin Blount vs Virginia — November 29 

Stan Gelbaugh vs Clemson - November 16 

ALL-AMERICAN — FIRST TEAM 



J. D. Maarleveld Kodak - Selected by American 

Coaches Association 

J. D. Maarleveld — United Press International 



J. D. Maarleveld - The Sporting News 
Al Covington — Mizlou 



ALL-AMERICAN — HONORABLE MENTION 

(Associated Press and United Press International) 

J. D. Maarleveld — Offensive Tackle Al Covington — Safety 

Len Lynch - Offensive Guard Keeta Covington Corner Back 
Bruce Mesner Defensive Guard Rick Badanjek - Fullback 

Chuck Faucette - Inside Linebacker Ferrell Edmunds — Tight End 



Stan Gelbaugh 



CHERRY BOWL vs SYRACUSE MVPs 

- Offense Scott Schankweiler 



Defense 



1985 FINAL NATIONAL RANKINGS 



13th -- USA TODAY Computer Ranking 
17th -- USA TODAY CNN 



18th -- ASSOCIATED PRESS 

19th - UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL 



"M" CLUB FOOTBALL AWARDS 

Len Lynch — James M. Tatum Award as the outstanding lineman. 

Scott Schankweiler — A. V, Williams Award for outstanding and conspicuous sportsmanship and leadership. 
Dolph Tokarczyk — George C. Cook Memorial Award for outstanding classroom work — 3.629 in Mathematics and 
Computer Science. 



49 



MARYLAND 1985, WON 8— LOST 3, ACC CHAMPIONS 



Rushing 


GP 


Att. 


Gain Lost 


Net 


Avg. TD LG Notes 






Blount 


11 


171 


851 2} 


828 


4.8 4 46 I86vards 


(26 carries) vs Virginia 




Badanjek 


II 


155 


689 1 3 


676 


4.4 12 24 3TDsvs 


UNC 




Neal 


7 


62 


367 5 


362 


5.8 3 23 






Scriber 


II 


42 


175 4 


171 


4.1 16 






Holder 


11 


2 


38 


38 


19.0 33 






Anderson 


8 


15 


53 15 


38 


2.5 1 1 






Edmunds 


1 1 


3 


31 1 


30 


10.0 17 






Abdur-Ra'oof 


1 1 


2 


15 


15 


7.5 8 






Bullock 


5 


4 


4 


4 


1.0 1 






Milling 


11 


2 


1 128 


-II 


1 






Morton 


2 


1 


2 


2 









Vierra 


5 


7 


20 


-20 








Galbaugh 


1 1 


38 


78 168 


-90 


1 1 1 






MD TOTALS 


1 1 


504 


2302 263 


2039 


4.1 20 46 185.4 per 


game average 




OPPONENTS 


1 1 


467 


1854 470 


1384 


3.0 8 34 125.8 per 


game average 




Passing 


GP AH. Com[ 


.Pet Int. 


Yards 


TD LP Per/Game Per/Plav High Game 




Gelbaugh 


II 311 166 


.534 14 


2475 


15 62 225.0 8.0 ' 361 (23 35) vs Clemson 


H e n n i ng 


1 


1 












MD TOTALS 


II 31 


2 166 


.532 14 


2475 


15 62 225.0 7.9 




OPPONENTS 


II 318 1 69 


.525 15 


1972 


10 50 179.3 6 


2 




Total Offense 


GP 


Plavs 


Rush 


Pass Total Yds. TDR -Per/Game 


Per/Plav High G 


ime 


Gelbaugh 


II 


349 


-90 


>475 


2385 16 216.8 


6.8 368 (37) 


vs Clemson 


MD TOTALS 


11 


816 


2039 


'475 


4514 35 410.4 


5.5 523(72 


vs Clemson 


OPPONENTS 


1 1 


785 


1384 


972 


3356 18 305.1 


4.3 442(81) by Miami (Fla.) 


Receiving 


No 


Yards 


\vg. TD 


LG 








Abdur-Ra'oof 


35 


671 


19.2 4 


42 








Milling 


26 


415 


16.0 


41 








Edmunds 


21 


314 


15.(1 4 


44 


TEAM STATISTICS NOT L 


Holder 


14 


366 


19.3 4 


50 








Badanjek 


IS 


166 


9.2 


25 




OPPONENTS MARYLAND 


Blount 


18 


138 


7.7 1 


20 


FIRST DOWNS 


209 


227 


Knight 


1 1 


125 


1 1.4 1 


25 


Rush Pass Penalties 


91 98 20 1 


13 no 4 


Sullivan 


9 


143 


15.9 1 


29 


PENALTIES YARDS 


53 363 


88 824 


Neal 


6 


90 


15.0 


62 


TURNOVERS 


36 


27 


Joines 


-i 


44 


22.0 


23 


Fl'MBLES LOST 


32 21 


26 13 


Scriber 


1 


3 


3.0 


3 


THIRD DOWN CONV. 

Conversion Percentage 
QB SACKS BY YARDS 
POSSESSION TIME 


53 159 

.333 
15 150 
3 1 7:02 


56 156 


MD TOTALS 

OPPONENTS 


166 

169 


2475 
1972 


14.9 15 
11.7 10 


62 
50 


.359 

49 338 
342:58 












TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 


21 


35 


Punt Rets. 


No 


Yards 


Vvg. LG 


TD 


PAT KICK 


18 20 


33 33 


K. Covington 


16 


103 


6.4 1 5 





FIELD GOALS 


1 
10 18 


1 2 
14 20 












OPPONENTS 


17 


179 


10.3 74 


2 


SAFETY 
POINTS SCORED 




174 


2 
291 


Kickoff Ret. 


No 


Yard 


s Avg. 


LG 


AVG PTS PER GAME 


15.8 


26.5 


K. Covington 


24 


556 


23.2 


49 








Bullock 


1 


15 


15.0 


15 








Anderson 


1 





0.0 





SCORING 






Swingle 


2 


9 


4.5 


9 


72 Badanjek on runs of 1 1 
53 Plocki on 20 20 PAT 1 1 

(20 21 23 23 24 26 


1222222258 

1 3 FG of 

33 39 40 45 45) 




MD TOTALS 


26 


571 


22.0 


49 




OPPONENTS 


48 


954 


199 


52 


30 Blount on runs of 2 4 4 
24 Abdur-Ra'oof on passes 


and passes of 2 25 
ol 1 1 29 39 42 




Interceptions 


No 


Yard 


s LG 


TD 


24 Edmunds on passes of 2 
24 Holder on runs of 4 4 at 


4 20 40 














d passes ol 2 50 
7 FG of 22 32 39 




K. C ovington 
Faucette 


6 

2 


94 
12 


34 
12 







22 Paredeson 13 13 PAT 3 
18 Neal on runs oi 2 3 5 




J. B. Brow n 




33 


33 











Sydnor 




19 


19 





8 Knight on passes of 2 and conversion pass 
6 Gelbaugh on I94un 




\ Covington 




14 


14 











I) Brown 
Alston 




6 

2 


6 

2 






6 Sullivan on pass ol 1 3 
4 1 1AM on 2 safeties 






Bailey 













Scoring by Quarters 






Arnold 













OPPONENTS 43 
MARYLAND 55 


51 47 
76 58 


33 — 174 


MD TOTALS 


15 


180 


34 





102 - 291 


OI'PONI N IS 


14 


109 


32 


1 









50 













Yds. 


Net 




lair 


Inside 


Out of 


1 ouch- 


Punting 


No 


Yards 


Blks. 


Avg. 


Ret. 


^vg. 


Long 


Catch 


20 


Hounds 


back 


Wright 


55 


2153 




39.2 


16 135 


36.7 


68 


10 


16 


6 


7 


ream 


2 


7 


2 




1 44 














MD TOTALS 


57 


2160 


2 


38.0 


17/179 


34.8 


68 


10 


16 


6 


7 


OPPONEN IS 


57 


2213 





38.8 


16 103 


37.0 


57 


13 


7 


7 


10 



Rushing 


Passing 


Total Yards 


55 205 


12 


28 137 


342 


53 205 


9 


26 104 


309 


56 255 


15 


23 263 


518 


29 116 


16 


30 2 1 1 


327 


48 196 


14 


24 237 


433 


46 163 


13 


26 275 


438 


44 187 


18 


32 314 


501 


51 151 


16 


25 197 


348 


39 124 


16 


38 178 


302 


37 162 


23 


35 361 


523 


46 275 


14 


25 198 


473 


43 244 


14 


20/223 


467 



Total Yards 


Rushing 


Passing 


249 


32 67 


13 27 1X2 


282 


29 57 


18 41 225 


271 


29 83 


16 28 188 


387 


54 191 


16 20 196 


353 


42 29 


28 43 324 


230 


34 64 


21 38 166 


292 


40 120 


14 29 192 


199 


41 95 


1 1 24 104 


442 


46 144 


22 35 298 


310 


60 265 


3 12 45 


341 


60 269 


7 21 72 


445 


39 241 


18 30 204 



MARYLAND OF1 INS1 OPPONENTS OPPONENTS OF! 

Penn State- 
Boston College 
West Virginia 
Michigan 
North Carolina State 
Wake Forest 
Duke 
North Carolina 
Miami 
Clemson 
Virginia 
Syracuse 

1985 RESULTS 

MD 18 Penn State 20 HOME (50.750) Badanjek scores two touchdowns 

31 Boston College 13 Away (30.210) Tye recovers two BC fumbles 

28 West Virginia HOME (51.250) Mesner has three sacks 

Michigan 20 Away (105.282) Faucette has 21 tackles 

31 North Carolina State 17 Away (29,500) Terps have nine sacks 

26 Wake Forest 3 Away (23.700) Abdur-Ra'oof has two touchdown receptions 

40 Duke 10 HOME (46.175) Badanjek scores two— Gelbaugh throws three TDs 

28 North Carolina 10 HOME (49.800) Badanjek scores three— Terps have six sacks 

22 Miami 29 HOME (62,350) IN BALTIMORE — Faucette 19 tkls Petitbon 15 tkls 

34 Clemson 31 Away (78.037) Gelbaugh 361 yards and 3 TDs passing 
33 Virginia 21 HOME (48.950) Blount 186 yards rushing on 28 carries 

35 Syracuse 18 CHERRY BOWL Blount 132 yards rushing on 24 carries 

51 



MARYLAND DEFENSIVE STATISTICS 



Faucette 
Mesner 
Petitbon 
A. Covington 
Arnold 
Tye 

Chapman 
Schankweiler 
K. Covington 
D. Brown 
Walker 
Kelly 
Scott 
Parker 
Alston 
Dunham 
Sabrowski 
Klein 
Brunson 
Askew 
Powers 
Burke 
Sampson 
Sydnor 
D'Atri 
Bailey 

J. B. Brown 
D'Amico 
Smith 
Anderson 
Swingle 
Pa redes 
Shure 
Morrison 
Reynolds 
Scriber 
J. Wilson 
McKay- 
Bullock 



First Minus No QB Fmbl 

Pos. Tackles Hit Asst Plays Gain Sack Int Recv 

ILB 144 86 58 6/28 2 3 2 1 

G 113 62 51 16,86 12 2 

ILB 101 59 42 5/10 1 3 

SAF 76 48 28 12 

G 69 40 29 7 44 1 SVi 1 I 

T 60 29 31 8 50 4 7'/ 2 4 

T 58 35 23 8 38 I 4 2 

ILB 50 33 17 8.60 6 

B 50 41 9 1/3 1 6 2 

B 39 28 1 1 10 

ILB 38 25 13 11 

OLB 28 18 10 1/13 10 1 

OLB 26 17 9 1/3 110 

G 24 14 10 3 16 12 

OLB 18 11 7 1/3 1 

T 15 9 6 2/12 10 

ILB 14 9 5 17 1 

G 12 9 3 3 16 3 

T 8 8 1/300 00 

B 8 6 2 10 1 

T 7 4 3 1/7 1 

OLB 6 2 4 

G 5 3 2 1 10 1 

B 4 4 11 

ILB 3 1 1 

B 3 I 2 10 

B 3 2 I 1 

ILB 2 2 

B 1 I 

RB 

SAF 

PK 

RB 

ILB 

B 

RB 

ILB 

B 

FB 



Special Teams 

First Fmbl 

Tkls Hit Asst Recv 



1 


1 








12 


9 


3 


1 


10 


6 


4 





6 


4 


2 





7 


4 


3 





19 


14 


5 





8 


6 


2 





3 


3 









8 


5 


3 





6 


4 


2 





9 


5 


4 





7 


4 


3 





9 


8 


1 





5 


3 


2 


1 


4 


2 


2 





4 


4 








4 


1 


3 





2 


2 








2 


1 


1 





2 


1 


1 





2 


2 








2 


2 









QUARTERBACK SACKS -Maryland's wide tackle six defense recorded 50 sacks in 11 games with All- ACC defensive 
guard Bruce Mesner leading the way. Mesner had 1 2 sacks and Tackle Scott Tye had IVi- Outside Linebacker and 
Co-Captain Scott Schankweiler had six sacks. 

The 50 sacks was the second highest recorded by the Terrapins. The 1978 team recorded a school record 53. The 1975 
team also had 50 and the Randy White-led 1974 team had 49. The single game high of nine this fall came at North 
Carolina State. 

Mesner's 1 2 sacks rank second to the 1 3 by Mark Duda in 1982 and by Bruce Palmer in 1978. Randy White had 12for 

the 1974 team and Charles Johnson 12 for the 1978 team. 

THE DEFENSE did not give up a touchdown rushing in the first eight games of the season but then allowed eight in the 
last three games. Miami scored twice on one yard runs and Clemson scored on runs ol two, five and five yards. 
Virginia added three on runs of one, four and four yards. 



52 




M^___ 



MARYLAND COACHES 
DOWN THE YEARS 



MARYLAND AGGIES 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



Year 


Head Coach 


W 


L 


T 


1920] 






7 


2 





19561 


1 


2 


7 


1 


1892 


*W. W. Skinner 





3 





1921 






3 


5 


1 


1957 , 


f Tommy Mont 


5 


5 





1893 


*S. H. Harding 


6 








1922 






4 


5 


1 


1958J 




4 


6 





1894 


*J. G. Bannon 


3 


3 





1923 






7 


2 


1 


19591 




5 


5 





1895 


No Team 








1924 






3 


3 


3 


1960 




6 


4 





1896 


*Grenville Lewis 


6 


2 


2 


1925 






2 


5 


1 


1961 




7 


3 





1897 


•John Lillibridge 


2 


4 





1926 






5 


4 


1 


1962 


f Tom Nugent 


6 


4 





1898 


•J. F. Kenlv 


2 


5 





1927 


> H C. Byrd 




4 


7 





1963 




3 


7 





1899 


•S. M. Cooke 


1 


4 





1928 






6 


3 


1 


1964 




5 


5 





1900 


*F. H. Peters 


3 


4 


1 


1929 






4 


4 


2 


1965 > 




4 


6 





1901 


♦E. B. Dunbar 


1 


7 





1930 






7 


5 





1966 


Lou Saban 


4 


6 





I902"\ 

1903 > 


D. John Markev 


3 

7 


5 
4 


2 



1931 
1932 






8 

5 


1 
6 


I 



1967 \ 

1968/ 


Bob Ward 




2 


9 
8 






1904; 




2 


4 


2 


1933 






3 


7 





19691 


1 


3 


7 





19051 
1906/ 


Fred Nielsen 


6 

5 


4 
3 






1934 J 
1935 






7 
7 


3 

2 



2 


1970 
1971 j 


' Roy Lester 


2 
2 


9 
9 






1907 


C. G. Church & C. Melick 


3 


6 





1936 


Jack Faber 




6 


5 





1972 ^ 




5 


5 


1 


1908 


Bill Lang 


3 


8 





1937 


► 




8 


2 





1973 




8 


4 





1909 


Barney Cooper & E. Larkin 


2 


5 





1938 


Frank M. Dobson 


2 


7 





1974 




8 


4 





1910 


R. Alston 


4 


3 


1 


1939 






2 


7 





1975 




9 


2 


1 


1911 


C. Donnelly & H. C. Byrd 


4 


4 


2 


1940\ 
1941 ( 


Jack Faber. 


Al Heagy 


2 


6 


1 


1976 




11 


1 





I912\ 




6 


1 


1 


Al Woods 




3 


5 


1 


1977 


Jerry Claiborne 


8 


4 





1913 I 


H. C. Byrd 


6 


3 





1942 


Clark Shau 


'hnessv 


7 


2 





1978 




9 


3 





1914 [ 


5 


3 


n 


I943\ 
1944/ 






4 


5 





1979 




7 


4 





1915^ 




6 


3 





Clarence Spears 


I 


7 


1 


1980 




8 


4 















1945 


Paul "Bear' 


Bryant 


6 


2 


1 


1981 ) 




4 


6 


1 












1946 


Clark Shau 


»hnessy 


3 


6 





1982-) 




8 


4 







MARYLAND STATE 








1947 






7 


2 


2 


1983 1 


> Bobby Ross 


8 


4 















1948 






6 


4 





1984 1 




9 


3 





1916 




6 


2 





1949 






9 


1 





1985/ 




9 


3 





1917 
1918 


H. C. Byrd 


4 
4 


3 
1 


i 
i 


1950 
1951 


r Jim Tatum 




7 2 1 
10 


93 Year Totals 


475 


400 


39 


1919 




5 


4 





1952 






7 


2 





•Teams Coached by Captains 


















1953 






10 


1 

























1954 






7 


2 


1 






















1955 J 






10 


1 
















ALL TIME MARYLAND FOOTBALL RECORDS AGAINST ALL OPPONENTS 



W L T 

Air Force Acad 2 

Alabama I 2 

Alex. High 1 

American Univ I 

Auburn Univ 1 2 

Bainbridge Training 1 I 

Baltimore City Col 2 

Baltimore Med. Col 1 

Baltimore Poly 3 1 

Baylor Univ 1 1 

Bethel Mil. Acad 1 

Boston College 1 

Boston Univ 2 

Business High 1 

Carnegie Tech I 

Catholic Univ 8 I 2 

Central High 6 2 

Charlotte Hall Mil 1 

Chicago Univ 1 

Cincinnati 2 

Clemson Univ 19 14 1 

Clifton Ath. Club 1 

Columbia Ath. Club 1 

Connecticut I 

Curtis Bay Coast Guard 10 

Delaware 3 5 I 

Dinkinson Col 1 

Duke 15 13 

Duquesne Univ 1 

Eastern High 4 

Episcopal High 3 

Univ. of Florida . 6 110 
Florida State .020 

Fortress Mom ie 1 

Fredericksburg ol 2 

Gallaudet 9 6 1 

Georgetown Uni\ 6 9 

Georgetown Prep I 1 



W 

George Washington 10 

Univ. of Georgia 3 

Gibraltar Ath. Club 

Gonzaga High 1 

Greenville (SC) AAB 1 

Guilford Col 1 

Gunton Temple Bapt. Ch 1 

Hampden Sydney 2 

Haverford Col 

Houston 

Indiana State I 

Indiana Univ 

Johns Hopkins 16 

Univ. of Kentucky 3 

Lakehurst Nav. Air Sta 1 

Louisana State Univ 3 

Louisville 2 

U. S. Marine Barracks 1 

Merchant Marine Acad 1 

Miami Fla.) 7 

Miami (Ohio) 

Michigan 

Michigan State 1 

Minnesota 1 

Mississippi 1 

Mississippi State 1 

Missouri 6 

Mt. of St. Joseph's Col 2 

Mt. St. Mary's Col 2 

Mt. Washington Club 

Navy 5 

New York Univ 2 

North Carolina 23 

N. C. State 21 

Ohio Univ 1 

Oklahoma Univ 

Old. Univ. of Md 3 

Olympia Ath. Club 1 



1 


T 


3 





2 


1 


1 





1 























2 





2 





1 











2 





II 


5 


2 


2 
































5 





1 





1 





4 











1 























2 


1 


1 





14 











25 


1 


17 


4 








4 





2 


1 









Orient Ath. Club 

Pennsylvania 

Penn State 

Penn Military 

Pittsburgh 

Princeton 

Randolph-Macon Col 

Rich. Army Air Base 1 

Richmond Univ 11 

Rock Hill Col 3 

Rutgers Univ 4 

St. Johns Col 18 

Univ. ofS. C 17 

SMU 2 

Swarthmore Col 

Syracuse 14 

Tech. High 5 

UCLA I 

Univ. of Tenn 2 

Univ. of Texas 

Texas A & M 

Third Army Corps 1 

Tulane Univ 2 

Vanderbilt 3 

Villanova 8 

Virginia 33 

Virginia Mil. Inst 14 

Virginia Tech 14 

Wake Forest 25 

Walbrook Ath. Club 

Washington & Lee 13 

Washington Col 18 

Western High 

Western Md 18 

West Virginia 1 1 

William & Mary 1 

Yale Univ 2 



L T 



4 
28 

1 

1 

2 
2 I 


5 2 



II 

II 



1 



5 



2 
15 2 

9 2 
10 

8 I 

2 
I 
I 
I 
2 



1 

5 

3 



13 

10 

2 

8 1 



54 



MARYLAND vs 1986 OPPONENTS 





PITTSBl Kt.ll 




1982 


Won 


23-6 


1924 


Won 


, 


1957 


I 


7-26 




0-1) 




1983 


Won 


29-6 


1925 


1 ost 


n |6 


1958 




0-8 


1980 


1 osl 


9-38 


19X4 


Won 


44-21 


1926 


Won 


14-6 


1959 


Won 


28-25 


1983 


Won 


13-7 


1985 


Won 


31-17 


19:7 


1 ost 


6-7 


I960 


Won 


19-17 














1928 


1 ost 


19-26 


1961 


Won 


24-21 




VANDERBII T 




BO! 


1929 


1 OSt 


0-43 


1962 


1 ost 


14-17 




(3-7) 






(1-0) 




1930 


1 ost 


21-28 


1 96 J 


1 ost 


6-21 


1927 


Lost 


20-39 


1985 


Won 


31-13 


1935 


1 OSt 


0-33 


1964 


Won 




1930 


1 ost 


7-22 








1916 


1 ost 


0-14 


1965 


Won 




1931 


1 ost 


12-39 




W VKL lOKKSI 


1946 


1 ost 


0-33 


1966 


1 ust 


10-14 


19.12 


1 ost 


0-1 i 




(25-8-1) 




1947 


1 ost 


0-19 


1967 


1 ost 


7-28 


1947 


Won 


20-6 


1917 


Won 


29-12 


1948 


1 ost 


20-49 


1968 


1 ost 


0-16 


I94S 


1 .'St 


0-34 


1941 


Won 


13-7 


1 950 


llf 


7-7 


1969 


I OSl 


0-40 


1980 


Won 


31-6 


[944 


Lost 


0-39 


1951 


Won 


14-7 


1970 


Lost 


11-24 


1981 


1 OSl 


1 7-23 


1954 


la- 


1 3- 1 3 


1953 


Won 


26-0 


1971 


1 ost 


14-20 


1983 


Won 


21-14 


1955 


Won 


28-7 


1954 


Won 


33-0 


1972 


Won 


31-6 


1984 


1 Ost 


14-23 


1956 


Won 


6-0 


1955 


Won 


25-7 


1973 


Won 


28-13 








1957 


Won 


27-0 


1956 


Lost 


6-34 


1974 


Won 


41-0 




WEST VIRGINIA 


1958 


Lost 


0-34 


1957 


Won 


21-7 


1975 


Won 


22-20 




(11-10-2) 




1959 


Lost 


7-10 


1958 


Lost 


0-27 


1976 


Won 


20-0 


1919 


1 OSt 


0-27 


1 960 


W on 


14-13 


1959 


w on 


14-7 


1977 


Won 


21-14 


1943 


Lost 


2-6 


1961 


Won 


10-7 


I960 


Won 


22-19 


1978 


Lost 


24-28 


1944 


Tie 


6-6 


1962 


Won 


13-2 


1961 


Lost 


8-14 


1979 


Won 


19-0 


1945 


Tie 


13-13 


1963 


Won 


32-0 


1962 


Won 


31-13 


1980 


Won 


34-7 


1947 


Won 


27-0 


1964 


Lost 


17-21 


1963 


1 OSl 


7-14 


1981 


Lost 


7-21 


I94S 


Lost 


14-16 


1965 


Won 


10-7 


1964 


Won 


10-9 


1982 


Lost 


22-24 


1949 


Won 


47-7 


1966 


Won 


34-7 


1965 


Lost 


10-12 


1983 


Lost 


27-52 


1950 


Won 


41-0 


1967 


Lost 


17-35 


1967 


Lost 


0-14 


1984 


Won 


41-23 


1951 


Won 


54-7 


1968 


Lost 


14-38 


1968 


Won 


33-24 


1985 


Won 


34-31 


1959 


Won 


27-7 


1969 


Won 


19-13 


1970 


Lost 


20-53 








I960 


Won 


31-8 


1971 


Lost 


14-18 


1971 


Lost 


14-35 




VIRGINIA 




1966 


Won 


28-9 


1972 


Won 


23-0 


1972 


Lost 


26-31 




(33-15-2) 




1969 


Lost 


7-31 


1973 


Won 


37-0 


1973 


Won 


23-3 


1919 


Won 


13-0 


1970 


Lost 


10-20 


1974 


Won 


47-0 


1974 


Won 


24-12 


1925 


Lost 


0-6 


1973 


Lost 


1 3-20 


1975 


Won 


27-0 


1975 


Won 


34-7 


1926 


Tie 


6-6 


1976 


Won 


24-3 


1976 


Won 


17-15 


1977 


Lost 


7-16 


1927 


Lost 


0-21 


1977 


Lost 


16-24 


1977 


Won 


35-7 


1978 


Won 


21-20 


1928 


Won 


18-2 


1980 


Won 


14-11 


1978 


Won 


39-0 


1979 


Won 


17-14 


1929 


lie 


13-13 


1981 


Lost 


13-17 


1979 


Lost 


17-25 


1 980 


Lost 


3-17 


1930 


Won 


14-6 


1982 


Lost 


18-19 


1980 


Won 


11-10 


1981 


Lost 


10-17 


1931 


Won 


7-6 


1983 


Lost 


21-31 


1981 


Won 


45-33 


1982 


Won 


31-24 


1932 


Lost 


6-7 


1984 


Won 


20-17 


1982 


Won 


52-31 


1983 


Won 


28-26 


1933 


Lost 


0-6 


1985 


Won 


28-0 


1983 


Won 


36-33 


1984 


Won 


34-23 


1934 


Won 


20-0 








1984 


Won 


38-17 


1985 


Won 


28-10 


1935 


Won 


14-7 




N. C. STATE 




1985 


Won 


26-3 








1936 


Won 


21-0 




(21-17-4) 












PENN STATE 




1937 


Won 


3-3 


1909 


Lost 


0-3 1 




DIKE 






(1-28) 




1938 


Lost 


19-27 


1917 


Lost 


6-10 




(15-13) 




1917 


Lost 


0-57 


1939 


Lost 


7-12 


1921 


Tie 


6-6 


1932 


Lost 


0-34 


1937 


Lost 


14-21 


1940 


Lost 


6-19 


1922 


Won 


7-6 


1933 


Lost 


7-38 


1938 


Lost 


0-33 


1942 


Won 


27-12 


1923 


Won 


26-12 


1941 


Lost 


0-50 


1939 


Lost 


0-12 


1943 


Lost 


0-39 


1924 


Tie 


0-0 


1942 


Lost 


0-42 


1943 


Lost 


0-45 


1944 


Lost 


7-18 


1946 


Lost 


7-28 


1947 


Lost 


7-19 


1944 


Lost 


19-34 


1945 


Won 


19-13 


1947 


Tie 


0-0 


1948 


Lost 


12-13 


1960 


Lost 


9-28 


1957 


Won 


12-0 


1949 


Won 


14-6 


1950 


Won 


26-14 


1961 


Won 


21-17 


1958 


Won 


44-6 


1950 


Lost 


13-16 


1957 


Lost 


0-14 


1962 


Lost 


7-23 


1959 


Won 


55-12 


1951 


Won 


53-0 


I960 


Lost 


7-20 


1963 


Lost 


15-17 


I960 


Won 


44-12 


1954 


Won 


42-14 


1962 


Lost 


7-10 


1964 


Lost 


9-17 


1961 


Lost 


16-28 


1956 


Won 


25-14 


1963 


Lost 


17-24 


1965 


Lost 


7-19 


1962 


Won 


40-18 


1957 


Lost 


13-48 


1966 


Won 


21-19 


1966 


Lost 


7-15 


1963 


Won 


21-6 


1958 


Won 


21-6 


1968 


Lost 


28-30 


1967 


Lost 


3-38 


1964 


Won 


10-0 


1959 


Won 


33-28 


1969 


Won 


20-7 


1968 


Lost 


13-57 


1965 


Lost 


27-33 


I960 


Lost 


10-13 


1970 


Lost 


12-13 


1969 


Lost 


0-48 


1966 


Lost 


17^1 


1961 


Won 


10-7 


1972 


Lost 


14-20 


1970 


Lost 


0-34 


1967 


Lost 


7-12 


1962 


Won 


14-6 


1973 


Won 


30-10 


1971 


Lost 


27-63 


1968 


Lost 


23-28 


1963 


Lost 


14-36 


1974 


Won 


56-13 


1972 


Lost 


16-46 


1969 


Won 


17-14 


1964 


Lost 


13-14 


1976 


Won 


30-3 


1973 


Lost 


22-42 


1970 


Won 


17-14 


1965 


Lost 


7-29 


1977 


Won 


31-13 


1974 


Lost 


17-24 


1971 


Lost 


27-29 


1966 


Lost 


21-24 


1978 


Won 


27-0 


1975 


Lost 


13-15 


1972 


Won 


24-23 


1967 


Lost 


9-31 


1979 


Won 


27-0 


1977 


Lost 


9-27 


1973 


Won 


33-0 


1968 


Lost 


11-31 


1980 


Won 


17-4 


1978 


Lost 


3-27 


1974 


Won 


10-0 


1969 


Lost 


7-24 


1981 


Won 


24-21 


1979 


Lost 


7-27 


1975 


Won 


62-24 


1970 


Lost 


0-6 


1982 


Won 


49-22 


1980 


Lost 


10-24 


1976 


Won 


28-0 


1971 


Won 


35-7 


1983 


Won 


38-3 


1982 


Lost 


31-39 


1977 


Won 


28-0 


1972 


Tie 


24-24 


1984 


Won 


43-7 


1984 


Lost 


24-25 


1978 


Won 


17-7 


1973 


Lost 


22-24 


1985 


Won 


40-10 


1985 


Lost 


18-20 


1979 


Won 


17-7 


1974 


Won 


20-10 














1980 


Won 


31-0 


1975 


Won 


37-22 


NOI 




CLEMSON 




1981 


Won 


48-7 


1976 


Won 


16-6 




(23-25-1) 






(19-14-1) 




1982 


Won 


45-14 


1977 


Lost 


20-24 


1899 


Lost 


0-6 


1952 


Won 


28-0 


1983 


Won 


23-3 


1978 


Won 


Jl-7 


1920 


Won 


13-0 


1953 


Won 


20-0 


1984 


Won 


45-34 


1979 


Lost 


0-7 


1921 


Lost 


7-16 


1954 


Won 


16-0 


1985 


Won 


33-21 


1980 


Won 


24-0 


1922 


Lost 


3-27 


1955 


Won 


25-12 








1981 


Won 


34-9 


1923 


Won 


14-0 


1956 


Tie 


6-6 









55 



MARYLAND ALL-AMERICANS 



HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICANS (AP & UPI) 



1931 Jess Krajcovic — G 

1934 Norwood Sothoron — FB 
Vic Willis — E 
Bill Guckeyson — HB 
Ed Minion — T 

1935 Bill Guckeyson — HB 
Vic Willis — E 

1936 Bill Guckeyson — HB 

1937 Jim Meade - HB 
1940 Bob Smith — C 

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

1947 LouGambino — HB 
Gene Kinney — C 

1948 Ray Krouse — T 
Elmer Wingate — E 

1950 Ed Modzelewski — FB 

1951 JackScarbath - QB 
Tom Cosgrove — C 
Dave Cianelli — FB 
Joe Petruzzo — HB 

1952 Stan Jones— T 

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

1954 Dick Bielski — FB 
Ronnie Waller — HB 
Jack Bowersox — G 
John Irvine — C 
Bill Walker — E 
Bob Pellegrini — G 
George Palahunik — G 

1955 Mike Sandusky — T 
Jack Davis — G 
Frank Tamburello — QB 
Ed Heuring — T 

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

AMERICAN FOOTBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION 

First Team 

1961 Gary Collins — E 

1973 Paul Vellano — DG 

1974 Randy White — DT 
1976 Joe Campbell — DT 
1985 J. D. Maarleveld — OT 



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

1958 Rod Breedlove — G 
Fred Cole — T 

1959 Rod Breedlove - G 
Jim Joyce — FB 
Gary Collins — E 
Tom Gunderman — G 
Kurt Schwa rz — T 

1960 Gary Collins — E 
Dale Betty — QB 

1961 Bob Hacker — C 

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

1965 Bob Sullivan — DB 

1969 Ralph Sonntag — OT 

1970 Guv Roberts — DE 

1972 Paul Vellano — DG 
Bob Smith — DB 

1973 Randy White - DT 
Louis Carter — HB 
Bob Smith — DB 

1974 Louis Carter — HB 
Steve Mike-Mayer — KS 
Stan Rogers — OT 
Bob Smith — DB 
Harrv Walters — LB 
Walter White — TE 

1975 LeRoy Hughes — DE 
Jim Brechbiel — DB 
Kevin Benson — LB 
Paul Divito — DG 

1976 BradCarr— LB 
Ed Fulton — OG 
Mark Manges — QB 
Ken Roy — DB 
Tom Schick — OT 
Larry Seder — DG 



1977 TedKlaube — DG 

1978 Steve Atkins — TB 
Charles Johnson — DT 
Bruce Palmer - DG 
Lloyd Burruss — DB 

1979 Charlie Wysocki — TB 
Larry Stewart — OT 

1980 Charlie Wysocki — TB 
Lloyd Burruss — DB 
Marlin Van Horn — DG 

1982 Jess Atkinson — PK 
Mark Duda — DT 
Boomer Esiason - QB 
Dave Pacella — OT 
John Tice — TE 

1983 Jess Atkinson — PK 
Clarence Baldwin — DB 
Boomer Esiason — QB 
Pete Koch — DT 

Ron Solt — OG 
Eric Wilson — LB 

1984 Rick Badanjek - RB 
Al Covington — DB 
Ferrell Edmunds — TE 
Chuck Faucette — LB 
Kevin Glover — C 
Greg Hill - WR 

Len Lynch - OG 
Bruce Mesner — DG 

1985 Rick Badanjek - FB 
Al Covington — SAF 
Keeta Covington — CB 
Ferrell Edmunds — TE 
Chuck Faucette — ILB 
Len Lvnch — OG 

J D. Maarleveld — OT 
Bruce Mesner — DG 



FOOTBALL WRITERS ASSOCIATION 

First Team 
1961 Gary Collins — E 
1974 Randy 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 Modzelewski — DT 

1953 Stan Jones — T 
1955 Bob Pellegrini — C 

1973 Randy White — DT 

1974 Randy White — DT 

Second Team 

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

1953 Bernie Faloney — QB 

1954 Bill Walker — E 
1961 Gary Collins — E 
1976 Joe Campbell — DT 
1984 Eric Wilson - LB 

Third Team 

1955 Ed Vereb HB 
1973 Paul Vellano — DG 

FOOTBALL NEWS 

First Team 
1984 Eric Wilson LB 



INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE 
(now merged as UPI) 
First Team 

1951 Bob Ward — G 

1952 Jack Scarbath QB 
Dick Modzelewski — T 

1953 Stan Jones — T 
Bernie Falonev - QB 

1955 Bob Pellegrini' — C 

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 Faloney — QB 

1955 Bob Pellegrini -C 

Mike Sandusky — T 
1974 Randy White DT 

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

1984 Kevin Glover -C 

1985 J. D Maarleveld — OT 

Second Team 
1983 Boomer Esiason QB 
Ron Solt — OG 



1951 
1952 

1953 
1955 
1961 
1974 
1979 
1985 

1950 
1951 
1953 
1955 

1973 
1976 

1951 
1955 



UNITED PRESS 

First Team 

Bob Ward - G 
Jack Scarbath — QB 
Dick Modzelewski — DT 
Stan Jones — T 
Bob Pellegrini — C 
Garv Collins — E 
Randy White - DT 
Dale Castro - KS 
J. D. Maarleveld — OT 

Second Team 

Bob Ward — G 
Ed Modzelewski — FB 
Bernie Faloney — QB 
Mike Sandusky — T 
Bill Walker - E 
Paul Vellano — DG 
Joe Campbell - DT 

Third Team 

Dick Modzelewski 
Ed Vereb - HB 



DT 



TIME MAGAZINE 

First Team 

1974 Randy White — DT 
Steve Mike-Mayer — 



KS 



56 



NATIONAL RANKIN (.S: I he Maryland rcrrapins won the National Championship in 1953 finishing first in all of the 
polls. The Terps have ranked in the top ten in the Associated Press Poll five times In !'>*> I Maryland ranked thud but then 
defeated National Champion lennessee 28-1. 1 in the Sugar Howl. 





1951 




1953 




1954 




l<>5S 




IM76 


1 


Tennessee 


I 


M VRYLAND 


1 


Ohio State 


1 


Oklahoma 


1 


Pittsburgh 


2 


Mich. St. 


2 


Notre Dame 


2 


U.C.I A 


2 


Mich si 


2 


So ( al 


3 


MARYLAND 


3 


Mich. St. 


3 


Oklahoma 


3 


M DRYLAND 


3 


Michigan 


4 


Illinois 


4 


Oklahoma 


4 


Notre Dame 


4 


U.C.I .A. 


4 


Houston 


5 


(la. Tech. 


5 


U.C.I. A. 


5 


Navy 


5 


T.C.U. 


5 


Oklahoma 


6 


Princeton 


6 


Rice 


6 


Mississippi 


6 


Ohio State 


6 


Ohio State- 


7 


Stanford 


7 


Illinois 


7 


Army 


7 


Ga. Tech 


7 


Texas A&M 


8 


Wisconsin 


8 


Ga. Tech 


8 


MARYLAND 


8 


Notre Dame 


8 


MARYLAND 


9 


Baylor 


9 


Iowa 


9 


Wisconsin 


9 


Mississippi 


9 


Nebraska 


10 


Oklahoma 


10 


West Va. 


10 


Arkansas 


10 


Auburn 


10 


Georgia 




RANDY WHITE was awarded the OUTLAND TROPHY, the LOMBARD! 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. 



57 



TERPS ON ALLACC TEAMS 

"Atlantic Coast Sportswriters Association" 



1953 FIRST TEAM 

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

— SECOND TEAM 

Bill Walker — End 
Bob Morgan — Tackle 
Ralph Felton — Back 

THIRD TEAM 
John Irvine — Center 
Marty Crytzer — End 

-PLAYER OF THE YEAR 
Bernie Faloney 

-COACH OF THE YEAR 
Jim Tatum 

1954 FIRST TEAM 
Bill Walker — End 
Dick Bielski — Back 
Ronnie Waller — Back 

-SECOND TEAM 
Bob Pellegrini — Guard 
John Irvine - Center 

-THIRD TEAM 

Jack Bowersox — Guard 

1955 — FIRST TEAM 

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

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

-PLAYER OF THE YEAR 
Bob Pellegrini — Center 

-COACH OF THE YEAR 

Jim Tatum 

-JACOBS BLOCKING 
TROPHY 

Bob Pellegrini Center 

1956 — FIRST TEAM 

Mike Sandusky — Tackle 
Jack Davis — Guard 

THIRD TEAM 
Gene Alderton - Center 

1957 — FIRST TEAM 

Ed Cooke — End 

Rod Breed love — Guard 

- SECOND TEAM 

Gene Alderton — Center 

1958 -SECOND TEAM 

Fred Cole — Tackle 
Rod Breedlove Guard 

1959 SECOND TEAM 
Tom Gunderman - Guard 
Jim Joyce — Back 

1960 -FIRST TEAM 

Gary Collins — End 



1961 -FIRST TEAM 

Gary Collins — End 
Bob Hacker — Center 

SECOND TEAM 

Roger Shoals — Tackle 
Bill Kirchiro — Tackle 

1962 — FIRST TEAM 

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

1963 — SECOND TEAM 

Dick Shiner — Back 

1964 — FIRST TEAM 

Jerry Fishman - Guard 

-SECOND TEAM 
Olaf Drozdov — Tackle 
Tom Hickey — Back 

1965 -DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Bob Sullivan — Back 

1966 — DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Dick Absher — End 

1969 -OFFENSIVE TEAM 
Ralph Sonntag — Tackle 

JACOBS BLOCKING 
TROPHY 

Ralph Sonntag 

1970 — DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Guy Roberts — End 

1971 —OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Dan Bungori — End 

1972 — DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Paul Vellano — Guard 
Bob Smith — Safety 

1973 DEFENSIVE TEAM 
Randy White — Tackle 
Paul Vellano — Guard 
Bob Smith — 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 

-COACH OF THE YEAR 

Jerry Claiborne 

1977 — DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Ted Klaube — Guard 

1978 - DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Bruce Palmer — Guard 
Charles Johnson — Tackle 
Lloyd Burruss — Back 

1979 — OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Larry Stewart — Tackle 
Charlie Wysocki — Tailback 

SPECIALIST 

Dale Castro — Kicker 

1980 — OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Charlie Wysocki - Tailback 

-DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Lloyd Burruss — Back 
Marlin Van Horn — Guard 

1982 — OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Dave Pacella — Tackle 

-DEFENSIVE TEAM 
Mark Duda Tackle 

-SPECIALIST 

Jess Atkinson — Kicker 

- COACH OF THE YEAR 
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 

-DEFENSIVE TEAM 

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

1985 -OFFENSIVE TEAM 

J. D. Maarleveld Jackie 
Len Lynch Guard 

DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Al Covington - Safety 
Keeta Covington Corner Back 
Chuck Faucette - Linebacker 
Bruce Mesner Guard 



58 



THE TERP A WARDS 



I he \ 1\ in l , Aubinoe ["rophy to the i 

1956 A! Wharton Tackie 

1957 Wilbur Main - Center 

1958 led Kershncr Back 

1959 Joe Gardi Tackle 

1960 Leroy Dietrich Center 

1961 Dick' Barlund End 

1962 Murnis Banner Halfback 

1963 (ieorge Stem Halfback 

1964 John Kenny End 

1965 Charles Krahling -- Center 

1966 Bobby Collins - Back 

["he George C. Cook Memorial Schol 

1962 Don White Quarterback 

1963 Dave Nardo End 

1964 Dave Nardo End 

1965 Bruce Springer Back 

1966 Larry Bagranoff Tackle 

1967 Chuck line Tackle 

1968 Ralph Friedgen Guard 

1969 William Grant End 
1969 Ralph Friedgen - Guard 

Anthoin C. Nardo Memorial trophy 
1950 Bob Ward - Guard 
Bob Ward - Guard 
William Maletzky ■- Guard 
Stan Jones - Tackle 
Bob Pellegrini Guard 
Mike Sandusky - Tackle 
Al Wharton - Tackle 



iisiing hei (i cil the season. 

1967 Pat Baker Back 

1968 Rick Carlson End 

1969 Paul Fit/patrick Back 

1970 Robert J. MacBride Tackle 

1971 Jeff Shugars Quarterback 

1972 Ron Keeman Center 

1973 Ken Scott Tackle 

1974 Frank Russell - End 

1975 Jim Richey Tackle 

1976 Bob Raba" End 

1977 Don Rhodes -- Center 



1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 



19X3 
1984 
1985 



Mike Simon - Center 

Richard Cummins Guard 

Scott Ian/ Tackle 

Todd Wright - Center 

Frank Kolencik Defensive guard 

John Nash Back 

Doug Miller Center 

Tyrone Furman duard 

Bill Rogers - Tight End 

George Colton Guard 



irship 
1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 



rophy to a member of the football team with the highest scholastic average. 



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



979 Ralph I.ary Salety 

1980 Ralph Lary -- Safety 

1981 Mark Sobel End 

1982 Gregory E. Harraka - Center 

1983 Gregory E. Harraka - Guard 

1984 Gregory E. Harraka - Guard 

1985 Dolph Tokarczyk Tight End 



1978 Joe Muffler 



Defensive End 



1951 
1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 



to the best football lineman of the year. 

1957 Don Healy Tackle 

1958 Fred Cole -- Tackle 

1959 Tcm Gunderman Guard 

1960 Gary Collins -- End 

1961 Bill Kirchio - Tackle 

1962 Dave Crossan Tackle 

1963 Olaf Drozdov Tackle 



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

1970 Guv M. Roberts - End 1974 Randy White - Tackle 

1971 Dennis O'Hara -- End 1980 Eric Sievers - Tight End 

1972 Paul Vellano -- Guard 1981 Dave Pacella Tackle 

1973 Randy White • Tackle 1982 Dave Pacella - - Tackle 

Ray Krouse Memorial Award to most valuable senior. 

1974 

1975 

1976 

1977 



1964 Fred Joyce Guard 

1965 Dick Absher -- End 

1966 Dick Absher - End 

1967 Jim Lavrusky -- Linebacker 

1968 Ron Pearson End 

1969 Peter Mattia -■ Tackle 



1983 Ron Solt Guard 

1984 Kevin Glover — Center 

1985 J. D. Maarleveled -■ Tackle 



1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 



Randy White - Def. Tackle 
John Schultz — Wingback 
Tim Wilson — Fullback 
Ted Klaube Guard 

Jim latum Memorial Trophv to the outstanding lineman. 

1959 Kurt Schwarz 1969 Peter Mattia 

1960 Tom Sankovich 1970 

1961 Bill Kirchiro 1971 

1962 Dave Crossan 1972 

1963 Olaf Drozdov 1973 

1964 Larry Bagranoff 1974 

1965 Larry Bagranoff 1975 

1966 Tom Cichowski 

1967 Tom Mvslinski 1976 

1968 Tom Plevin 1977 



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



Peter Mattia 
Guy Roberts 
Paul Vellano 
Randy White 
Randy White 
Paul Divito 
Marion Koprowski 
Joe Campbell 
Ted Klaube 



1982 John Tice - Tight end 

1983 Boomer Esiason Quarterback 

1984 Eric Wilson -- Linebacker 

1985 Stan Gelbaugh -- Quarterback 

1978 Charles Johnson 

1979 Kervin Wyatt 

1980 Ed Gall 

1981 Greg Vanderhout 

1982 Mark D. Duda 

1983 Ron Solt 

1984 Kevin Glover 

1985 Len Lynch 



The Teke Trophy to the student who 
the Terrapin Club Award in 1975). 
1949 John Idzik Back 
John Idzik Back 
Bob Ward -- Guard 
Ed Fullerton -- Back 
Bernie Faloney -- Back 

1954 John Irvine — Center 

1955 Bob Pellegrini -- Center 

1956 Mike Sandusky - Tackle 

1957 Gene Alderton -- Center 
Bob Rusevlyan -- Back 
Kurt Schwarz - - Tackle 
Vincent Scott -- End 
Garv Collins -- End 



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



1950 
1951 
1952 
1953 



1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 



1962 Tom Brown -- Halfback 1975 

1963 Bob Burton Halfback 1976 

1964 Olaf Drozdov Tackle 1977 

1965 George Stem -- Back 1978 

1966 Dick Absher -- End 1979 

1967 Lou Stickel -- Back 1980 

1968 Billv Lovett -- Fullback 1981 

1969 Kenneth B. Dutton -- Back 1982 

1970 Peter Mattia -- Tackle 1983 

1971 Tommy Miller -- Back 1984 

1972 Don Ratliff -- End 1985 

1973 Paul Vellano -- Guard 

1974 Randv 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 

Rick Badanjek -- Fullback 



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OUTSTANDING AWARDS IN THE PAST 



OUTLAND TROPHY (Lineman of Year) 

1952 -- Dick Modzelewski 
1974 -- Randy White 

WALTER CAMP MEMORIAL TROPHY 

(Player of Year) 

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 Faloney 
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 — Jerry 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 



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

NATIONAL COACH OF YEAR (by THE SPORTING NEWS; 
1974 — Jerry Claiborne 

(by the Washington TD Club) 
1982 Bobby Ross 

OUTSTANDING PLAYER — COLLEGE ALL-STARS 
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 

MVP CHERRY BOWL 

1985 -- Stan Gelbaugh — Offense 

Scott Schankweiler — Defense 

BRIAN PICCOLO AWARD 

1973 — Al Neville 

1974 — Dave Visaggio 
1984 — J. D. Maarleveld 



THE COACHES AWARDS 



OFFENSIVE BACK 



OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 



DEFENSIVE BACK 



DEFENSIVE LINEMAN 



1952 


Chester Hanulak - HB 


Tom Cosgrove — C 


1953 


Ralph Felton — FB 


Marty Crytzer — E 


1954 


Ron Waller - HB 


Jack Bowersox — G 


1955 


Ed Vereb — HB 


Russell Dennis — E 


1956 


Fred Hamilton — HB 


Al Wharton — T 


1957 


Bob Rusevlyan — QB 


Tom Gunderman — 


1958 


Bob Rusevlyan QB 


Fred Cole — T 


1959 


Jim Joyce — FB 


Tom Gunderman — 


1960 


Dale Betty - QB 


Bob Hacker — C 


1961 


Dick Shiner - QB 


Roger Shoals — T 


1962 


Tom Brown — HB 


Roger Shoals — T 


1963 


Dick Shiner - QB 


Gene Feher - C 


1964 


Tom Hickey TB 


Joe Frataroli — G 


1965 


Walt Marciniak — FB 


Matt Arbutina — T 


1966 


Alan Pastrana QB 


Tim Cichokski — T 


1967 


Billy Lovett — FB 


Ron Pearson — G 


1968 


Billy Lovett - FB 


Bill Meister - G 


1969 


Tom Miller - FB 


Bill Meister — G 


1970 


Art Seymore HB 


Pat Burke — G 


1971 


Al Neville - QB 


Tim Hi, union — G 


1972 


Bob Avellini QB 


Tim Hi, inn. >n — G 


1973 


Louis Carter — TB 


Bart Purvis - G 


1974 


Louis Carter — TB 


Stan Rogers — T 


1975 


John Schultz - WB 


Marion Koprowski - 


1976 


Mark Manges QB 


Ed Fulton - G 



1977 Larry Dick - QB 
George Scott — HB 

1978 Steve Atkins — TB 

1979 Charlie Wysocki TB 

1980 Charlie Wvsocki — TB 

1981 "Boomer" Riason QB 

1982 "Boomer" Esiason QB 
Willie Joyntrr RB 

1983 Willie Joyner RB 

1984 Rick Badanjek FB 

1985 Rick Badanjek FB 



Tom Schick — T 
Mike Yeates — G 



Eric Sievers 
Kerwin Wyatt 
Kewin Wyatt 
Eric Siever 
Dave Pacella 
Dave Pacella 



TE 

- G 

- G 
TE 

T 

- T 



Ed Fullerton — HB 


John Alderman — E 


Dick Nolan HB 


Bob Morgan — T 


Joe Horning - HB 


Tom McLuckie — G 


Lynn Beightol — QB 


Mike Sandusky — T 


Bob Rusevlyan — QB 


Mike Sandusky — T 


Bob Layman — HB 


Rod Breedlove — G 


Jim Joyce — FB 


Ben Scotti — E 


Dwayne Fletcher HB 


Rod Breedlove — G 


Jim Davidson — HB 


Tom Sankovich — T 


Tom Brown — HB 


Dave Crossan — T 


Joe Hrezo — LB 


Walter Rock — G 


Eernie Arizzi — HB 


Joe Ferrante — G 


Bob Sullivan - HB 


Olaf Drozdov — T 


Fred Cooper HB 


Larry Bagranoff — T 


Lou Stickel HB 


Jim Lavrusky — LB 


Bob Colbert - HB 


Mike Grace — G 


Kenny Dutton - HB 


Henry Gareis — E 


Tony Greene - S 


Peter Mattia — T 


Tony Greene — S 


Guy Roberts — E 


Larry Marshall — HB 


Chris Cowdrev — E 


Bob Smith - S 


Paul Vellano — G 


Harry Walters - LB 


Randy White - T 


Harry Walters LB 


Randv White - T 


Kevin Benson — LB 


Paul Divito — G 


Brad Carr — LB 


Joe Campbell — T 


Brad Carr LB 


led Klaube G 


Neal Olkewicz — LB 


Charles Johnson — T 




Bruce Palmer — G 


Brian Matera LB 


James Shaffer — E 


Llovd Burruss HB 


Ed Gall T 


Darnell Dailcv 1 B 


Greg Vanderhout — G 


Bill McFadden HB 


Mark Duda - T 



Ron Solt G 
Kevin Glover C 
I. D. Maarleveld — T 



Clarence Baldwin HB 
Al Covington — S 
Al Covington S 



Pete Koch T 
Bruce Mesncr — G 
Bruce Mesner — G 



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NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION 
SCHOLAR ATHLETE 

Jonathan Claiborne 1977 



NCAA SCHOLAR ATHLETE 

Jonathan Claiborne 1977 



rERRAPINS ON ALL-AC( ACADEMH li WIS 



CoSIDA ACADEMIC 
ALL-DISTRICT 1983 




1954 
1955 
1956 



I960 
1961 

1963 

1967 
1968 
1970 



1972 
1973 

1974 



1975 



Greg Harraka. OG 




(ieorge I'alahunik 
John Irvine 
Stanley Polyanski 
John Mealey 
Mike Sandusky 
Donald Healy 
Tom Selep 
Dwayne Fletcher 
Bob Hacker 
Dick Novak 
David Nardo 
Chuck Tine 
Ralph Friedgen 
Steve Fromang 
I.en Santacroce 
Jerry Erhard 
Scott Shank 
Jerry Erhard 
Kim Hoover 
Bob Avellini 
Rick Jennings 
Phil Waganheim 
Derick Harris 
Jim Brechbiel 
Tom Schick 
Kim Hoover 
John Schultz 
Mike Cielensky 



1976 Bob Raba 
Gene Ochap 
Jonathan Claiborne 

1977 - Jonathan Claiborne 

Ralph I.ary 
Joe Muffler 
Chris Ward 
Kenny Watson 

1978 John Baldante 
Glenn Chamberlain 
Scott Collins 
Ralph Lary 

Phil Livingston 
Joe Muffler 
Dean Richards 

1979 - Jan Carinci 

Scott Fanz 
Ralph Lary 
Phil Livingston 
Kyle Lorton 
Jim Shaffer 

1980 Ralph Lary 
Kyle Lorton 

1981 Brian Riendeau 
Mike Muller 

1982 - Joe Aulisi 

1983 -- Greg Harraka 

1984 -- Greg Harraka 

1985 -- Dolph Tokarczyk 



NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION 
BALTIMORE CHAPTER SCHOLAR ATHLETE 



Bob Smith -- 1975 
Jonathan Claiborne - 
Joe Muffler -- 1978 
Jimmy Shaffer -- 1979 



977 




Ralph Lary 



Jonathan Claiborne 




Kim Hoover 



MARYLAND'S ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS 

(Selected by College Sports Information Directors) 

1953 -- Bernie Faloney (First Team) 

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

(Sponsored by U.S. Tobacco) 

1977 -- Jonathan Claiborne (Second Team) 

Joe Muffler (Second Team) 

1978 -- Joe Muffler (First Team) 

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN 
SCHOLARSHIP AWARD 

1978 — Joe Muffler (SI. 500) 



NCAA 

($1,000 
1974 - 



1975 
1976 



1980 
1982 

1983 



— CHEVROLET SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS 

Each From TV Games) 
Louis Carter vs. North Carolina (ABC) 
Randy White vs. North Carolina (ABC) 
Bob Avellini vs. Penn State (ABC) 
Kevin Benson vs. Kentucky (ABC) 
Mark Manges vs. Kentucky (ABC) 
Alvin Maddox vs. Clemson (ABC) 
Joe Campbell vs. Clemson (ABC) 
Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke (ABC) 
Willie Joyner vs. North Carolina (CBS) 
John Tice vs. Clemson (CBS) 
Lendell Jones vs. Vanderbilt (ABC) 
Tom Parker vs. West Virginia (TBS) 
Boomer Esiason vs. North Carolina (ABC) 
1985 — Chuck Faucette vs. Miami (Fla.) (CBS) 
Stan Gelbaugh vs. Clemson (CBS) 
Alvin Blount vs. Virginia (CBS) 



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TERP LEADERS OVER THE YEARS 

Single Season Marks 

(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 

72 Rick Badanjek - 1985 

70 Dale Castro — 1979 

69 Steve Mike-Mayer — 1973 

67 Mike Sochko — 1975 

66 Charlie Wysocki - 1980 

66 Steve Atkins — 1978 

66 Ed Modzelewski - 1951 

60 Jess Atkinson — 1981 

56 John Schultz - 1974 

56 Rick Badanjek — 1982, 1983 

55 Darryl Hill - 1963 

55 Kambiz Behbahani — 1971 

54 Steve Atkins — 1977 

54 Bernie Faloney — 1953 

54 Dick Bielski — 1954 

53 Ralph Felton — 1953 

53 Dan Plocki — 1985 

TOUCHDOWNS 

16 Rick Badanjek — 1984 

16 Lu Gambino - 1947 

16 Bob Shemonksi — 1950 

16 Ed Vereb— 1955 

14 Louis Carter — 1973 

12 Rick Badanjek— 1985 

II Charlie Wysocki — 1980 

11 Steve Atkins — 1978 

II Ed Modezelewski — 1951 

9 Alvin Maddox — 1977 

9 Bernie Faloney — 1954 

9 John Schultz — 1974 

9 Rick Badanjek - 1982, 1983 

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 

8 Dan Bungori — 1971 

7 Billy Van Heusen — 1966 

7 Darryl Hill— 1963 

7 Greg Hill - 1982, 1983 

6 Don Ratliff - 1972 

5 Walter White - 1973 

5 Kim Hoover 1975 

INTERCEPTIONS 

10 Bob Sullivan 1965 

8 Tom Brown — 1961 

7 Clarence Baldwin — 1983 
7 Lendell Jones - 1982 

7 Ralph Lary - 1979 

7 Bob Smith - 1972 

6 Larry Marshall - 1971 
6 Tom Brown — 1962 

6 Bernie Faloney — 1953 

6 Joe Horning — 1951 

6 Keeta Covington — 1985 

RUSHING PLAYS 

334 Charlie Wvsocki — 1980 

283 Steve Atkins — 1978 

247 Charlie Wysocki - 1979 

224 Louis Carter 1974 

221 Art Seymore 1970 

218 Louis Carter— 1973 

217 Billy Lovett 1968 

198 Willie Joyner 1983 

188 George Scott - 1977 



182 Bo Hickey — 1964 

177 Willie Joyner - 1982 

173 Rick Badanjek — 1984 

171 Alvin Blount - 1985 

169 Tommy Miller - 1969 

159 Charlie Wysocki — 1981 

156 Len Chiaverini — 1962 

155 Rick Badanjek — 1985 

147 Steve Atkins - 1977 

141 Alvin Maddox — 1976 

TOTAL OFFENSE 

2385 StanGelbaugh — 1985 

2290 "Boomer" Esiason — 1983 

2231 "Boomer" Esiason - 1982 

1689 Bob Avellini — 1974 

1593 Mark Manges — 1976 

1560 "Boomer" Esiason — 1981 

1426 Dick Shiner — 1962 

1421 TimO'Hare — 1978 

1395 Alan Pastrana — 1966 

1386 JackScarbath — 1952 

1359 Charlie Wysocki — 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 

2475 StanGelbaugh - 1985 

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 Larry Dick— 1977 

1324 Dick Shiner — 1962 

1275 Al Neville - 1971 

1251 Bob Avellini - 1972 

1190 Larry Dick — 1975 

1165 Dick Shiner — 1963 

1149 JackScarbath — 1952 

1145 Mark Manges — 1976 

1129 StanGelbaugh — 1984 

1076 Tommy Mont — 1942 

1053 Alan Pastrana - 1968 

MOST PASS COMPLETIONS 

176 "Boomer" Esiason — 1982 

166 StanGelbaugh— 1985 

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 TimO'Hare - 1978 

102 Al Pastrana - 1966 

98 Bob Avellini - 1972 

90 Larry Dick 1975 

83 Larry Dick 1977 

82 Dale Bettv - 1960 

81 Al Pastrana - 1968 

81 Mark Manges - 1976 

MOST YARDS 

P \SS RECEPTIONS 

820 Greg Hill 1984 

671 "Ziz" Abdur-Ra'oof 1985 

593 Lloyd Colteryahn 1952 

575 Dean Richards 1978 

570 Greg Hill 1983 

557 Tom Brown 1962 



536 Billy Van Heusen — 1966 

532 Kim Hoover — 1975 

516 Darryl Hill 1963 

515 Don Ratliff - 1972 

505 Vince Kinney — 1977 

499 Roland Merritt — 1969 

498 Russell Davis — 1981 

490 Dan Bungori - 1971 

472 Frank Russell 1972 

468 Frank Russell — 1973 

465 Russell Davis — 1983 

462 Bobby Collins - 1965 

415 James Milling — 1985 

MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES 

18 "Boomer" Esiason — 1982 

17 Alan Pastrana — 1966 

15 "Boomer" Esiason — 1983 

15 StanGelbaugh — 1985 

12 Tommy Mont — 1942 

11 Mark Manges — 1976 

10 Al Neville — 1971 

10 Dick Shiner — 1963 

10 Vic Turyn — 1948 

9 "Boomer" Esiason - 1981 

9 Frank Reich — 1984 

8 JackScarbath — 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 

35 "Ziz"Abdur-RA'oof-l985 

34 JohnTice - 1982 

32 Vince Kinney - 1977 

32 Dan Bungori — 1971 

32 Dennis O'Hare — 1971 

32 Lloyd Colteryahn — 1952 

31 JohnTice - 1981 

31 Frank Russell — 1974 

30 JanCarinci — 1979 

30 Frank Russell— 1972 

30 Gary Collins — 1960 

30 Gary 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 

26 James Milling — 1985 

YARDS RUSHING 

1359 Charlie Wysocki — 1980 

1261 Steve Atkins — 1978 

1 140 Charlie Wysocki - 1979 

1063 Willie Joyner - 1982 

991 Louis Carter - 1974 

963 Billy Lovett - 1968 

945 Art Seymore — 1970 

908 Willie Jovner - 1983 

904 Lu Gambino - 1947 

894 Bo Hickey 1964 

894 George Scott - 1977 

834 Ed Modzelewski 1951 

832 Rick Badanjek 1984 

828 Alvin Blount 1985 

801 Louis Carter 1973 

759 Alvin Blount 1984 

753 Chet Hanulak 1953 

715 Charlie Wysocki - 1981 

678 Alvin Maddox - 1976 

676 Rick Badanjek 1985 

642 Ed Vereb 1955 



635 Rick Badanjek — 1983 

629 Tom Miller - 1969 

625 Ed Modzelewski - 1949 

621 Steve Atkins — 1976 

618 Tommy Neal - 1984 

610 Tim Wilson - 1976 

602 Len Chiaverini — 1962 

TACKLES 

188 NealOlkewicz — 1978 

186 Ted Klaube - 1977 

180 Eric Wilson — 1983 

173 Harry Walters — 1974 

160 Eric Wilson — 1984 

159 Brian Matera — 1979 

157 Brad Carr — 1976 

151 Bruce Palmer - 1978 

147 Randv White — 1974 

144 Chuck Faucette — 1985 

SACKS 

13 MarkDuda — 1982 

13 Bruce Palmer — 1978 
12 Randy White - 1974 

12 Charles Johnson — 1978 

12 Bruce Mesner — 1985 
11 MikeCorvino — 1981 

11 Marlin Van Horn — 1978 

10 Gurnest Brown — 1981 
8 Ernie Salley — 1975 

7'/ 2 Scott Tye — 1985 

7 Joe Campbell — 1975 

7 Ted Chapman — 1984 

TACKLES IN BACKFIELD 

24 Randy White — 1974 

18 Charles Johnson — 1978 

17 Bruce Palmer — 1978 

16 Bruce Mesner — 1985 

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 Salley — 1975 

12 Joe Campbell — 1975 
12 Paul Divito — 1975 

11 Ted Chapman - 1984 







Rick Badanjek 



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SCORING 

Points Scored 
Bob Shemonslci vs, Virginia Tech, 1950(5 Ids. I PAT) 
Touchdowns Scored 
Bub Shemonski vs. Virginia Tech. 1950 
Points- After-Touchdown Scored 
Steve Mike-Meyer vs. Duke. 1974 
Mike Sochko vs. Virginia. 1975 
Touchdown Passes Caught: (tied Record) 
Don Gleasner vs. Virginia, 1945 
Leroy Mortor vs. Michigan State, 1946 
Lou Gambino vs. West Virginia. 1947 
Elmer Wingate vs. George Washington. 1948 
Stan Karnash vs. George Washington. 1949 
Pete Augsbcrgcr vs. South Carolina, 1949 
Henry Fox vs. Georgetown. 1949 
Llovd Coltervahn vs. LSU, 1952 
Bill Walker VS. Alabama. 1953 
Garv Collins vs. Clemson, 1959 
Billy Van Heusen vs. N.C. State. 1966 
Dan Bungon vs. Florida, 1971 
Vince Kinney vs. Villanova, 1975 
Chris Havener vs. Clemson, 1980 
Russell Davis vs. Penn State, 1982 
Greg Hill vs. Wake Forest, 1982 
Greg Hill vs. Duke. 1982 
Greg Hill vs. West Virginia. 1983 
Greg Hill vs. Wake Forest, 1983 
Greg Hill vs. Miami (Fla.) 1984 
"Ziz" Abdur-Ra'oof vs. Wake Forest, 1985 
Ferrell Edmunds vs. Clemson, 1985 
Touchdowns Responsibility (Run and Pass) 
Bob Shemonski vs. Virginia Tech. 1950 
Field Goals Scored 
Dale Castro vs. Mississippi State, 1979 

TOTAL OFFENSE 

Most Net Yards Gained Rushing and Passing 

368 by StanGelbaugh vs. Clemson, 1985 

Most Total Plays 

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

50 by Stan Gelbaugh vs Penn State, 1984 (48 pass - 2 run) 

Best Offensive Average 

(Minimum Four Plays, Rushing and Passing) 

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

Rl'SHING 

Most Yards Gained Rushing (Net) 

240 by Willie Joyner vs. North Carolina, 1982 

Most Rushes 

50 by Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke. 1980 

Best Rushing Average 

24.0 by Ernie Arizzi vs. Syracuse, 1961 (4 carries) 

Longest Scoring Run From Scrimmage 

98 yards by Steve Atkins vs. Clemson, 1978 

Longest Non-Scoring Run From Scrimmage 

76 yards by Harry Bonk vs. North Carolina, 1949 

Most Rushes In a Half 

32 by Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke, 1980 (second half) 

PASSING 

Most Yards Gained Passing 

361 by Stan Gelbaugh vs. Clemson (23 35). 1985 

Most Passes Attempted 

48 by Stan Gelbaugh vs Penn State, (completed 22) 1984 

Most Passes Completed 

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

('attempted 40 & 39) 
Best Completion Percentage 
(Minimum, 10 attempts) 

.909 by Bob Avellini vs. Duke. 1974 ( 10 of 1 1 ) 
Most Touchdown Passes Thrown 
4 by Mark Manges vs. Villanova. 1975 
Most Passes Caught 
1 1 by John Tice vs. Clemson. 1982 
Most Yards Gained By Pass Receptions 
188 by Russell Davis vs. Penn State. 1982 (7) 



Longest Scoring Pass and Run 

92 yards by Stan I.avine to Ed Bolton vs. South ( arolina, 1949 I pass 

15 yards, run 77 yards) 
Longest Scoring Run After Pass 
77 yards by Ed Bolton on pass from Stan La vine \s South Carolina, 

1949 (pass 15 yards) 
Longest Non-Scoring Pass and Run 
73 yards by Tommy Monl to Hubie Werner vs. I.akchurst. 1942 (pass 

32 yards, run 41 yards) 
Longest Non-Scoring Run After Pass 
41 yards by Hubie Werner vs. Lakehurst, 1942, on 32 yard pass from 

Tommy Mont 
Longest Scoring Pass 

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

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

89 yards by Kevin Benson vs. Virginia. 1973 
Longest Scoring Run of Intercepted Pass By Opponent 

93 yards by Walter Matson of Pennsylvania, 1941 

OTHERS 

Most Punts 

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

53 yards by Lynn Beightol vs. Oklahoma. 1956 Orange Bowl (3 punts) 
Longest Punt With Roll 

88 yards by John Fritsch vs. Miami. 1956 

Note: "Untz" Brooke Brewer had a 93-yard punt vs. VMI. 1916 
but records are incomplete. Kick may have been measured from 
point of kick, not from line of scrimmage. 

Longest Punt With Roll By Opponent 

84 yards by Charlie Justice of North Carolina, 1948 

Most Punts Returned 

8 by Larry Marshall vs. Villanova, 1971 (141 yards) 

Most Yards Gained Returning Punts 

146 by Bob Shemonski vs. North Carolina State. 1950(5 returns) 

Longest Punt Return For Touchdown 

90 yards by Dick Nolan vs. Clemson. 1953 
Longest Punt Return For Touchdown Bv Opponent 
100 yards by Frank Brady of Navy. 1951 
Longest Non-Scoring Punt Return 

67 yards by John McVicker vs. Syracuse. 1956 

Most Punts Blocked 

I by several players 

Most Kickoffs Returned 

6 by Larry Marshall vs. Miami (Ohio). 1969 (129 yards) 

Most Yards Returning Kickoffs 

153 by Tom Brown vs. Miami. 1962 (5 returns) 

Longest Kickoff Return For Touchdown 

100 yards by Dick Novak and Dennis Condie vs. Virginia. 1960(102 

actual). Novak ret. to nine yard line, then lateraled to Condie who 

returned 91 yards. 
100 yards by Kenny Ambrusko vs. Navy. 1964(101 actual) 
Longest Kickoff Return For Touchdown By Opponent 
93 yards by Jim McPherson of North Carolina. 1926 
Longest Non-Scoring Kickoff Return 
97 yards by Sammy Johnson vs. Vanderbilt. 1980 
Longest Scoring Run With Recovered Fumble 
23 yards by Howie Dare vs. North Carolina State. 1954 
Longest Non-Scoring Run With Recovered Fumble By Opponent 
75 yards by Dave Russell of Washington and Lee, 1942 
Most Opponents' Fumbles Recovered 
3 by Tom Gunderman vs. Miami. 1957 
Longest Field Goal 

54 yards by Steve Mike-Mayer vs. Villanova. 1973 



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SINGLE GAME RECORDS 



TEAM 



SCORING 
Highest Score 

Maryland 80 — Washington College 0, 1927 

Most Total Points Scored By Both Teams 

90 in 1971; Maryland 27 Penn State 63 

Largest Victory Margin 

80-0 vs. Washington College, 1927 

Largest Defeat Margin 

0-76 vs. Navy, 1913 

Most Touchdowns Scored 

12 vs. Washington College, 1927 

Most Points-After-Touchdown Scored 

8 vs. Washington College, 1927 

8 vs. Missouri, 1954 

8 vs. Duke. 1974 

8 vs. Virginia, 1975 

Most Field Goals Scored 

5 vs. Mississippi State, 1979 

Most Touchdowns Scored Passing 

5 vs. Villanova, 1975 (4 by Mark Manges, I by Larry Dick) 

Most Touchdowns Scored Passing By Opponents 

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

4 by Virginia, 1965 (by Bob Davis) 

4 by Florida, 1971 (bv John Reaves) 

4 by Penn State, 1982 (by Todd Blackledge) 

4 by Miami (Fla), 1984 (by Bernie Kosar) 

Most Safeties Scored 

2 vs. Delaware, 1974 

2 vs. Georgetown, 1950 

2 vs. Villanova, 1974 

TOTAL OFFENSE 

Most Total Yards Gained 

802 vs. Virginia. 1975 (582 rushing — 220 passing) 
Fewest Total Yards Gained 
29 vs. Syracuse, 1959 
Most Total Plays 

93 vs. North Carolina State. 1973 



RUSHING 

Most Total Yards Gained Rushing 

582 vs. Virginia, 1975 (67 carries) 

Fewest Net Yards Gained Rushing 

Minus 58 vs. Navy, 1965 

Most Rushes 

76 vs. Miami, 1958 

Fewest Rushes 

24 vs. North Carolina State, 1965 

Best Average Per Rush 

10.5 yards vs. Virginia Tech, 1950 (577 yards, 55 rushes) 

Fewest Net Yards Gained Rushing By Opponents 

Minus 21 by West Virginia, 1951 

Minus 21 by UCLA, 1955 

Most First Downs Rushing 

28 vs. Virginia, 1975 

Fewest First Downs Rushing By Opponent 

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

1 vs. Michigan State, 1944 
1 vs. Syracuse, 1959 

PASSING 

Most Yards Gained Passing 

361 vs. Clemson, 1985(23/35) 

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(1 attempt) 

vs. VanderhUt, 1948(12 attempts) 

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

1 vs. Michigan Sl.m.-. 1944 
I vs. Wake Forest, 1969 



Best Completion Percentage (Minimum, 10 attempts) 

.824 vs. Tulane, 1973 ( 14 completions, 17 attempts) 
Most Passes Intercepted 

7 vs. Georgia, 1951 

Most Passes Had Intecepted 

6 by Pennsylvania, 1941 

Most First Downs Passing 

18 vs. Penn State, 1971 

Fewest First Downs Passing 

— 13 times, last vs. Wake Forest, 1969 

Most Passes Attempted By Opponents 

67 by Wake Forest, 1981 (completed 47) 

Fewest Passes Completed By Opponents 

by Syracuse, 1939 (5 attempts) 

by Michigan State, 1944 (0 attempts) 

by Delaware, 1948 (3 attempts) 

by Boston University, 1952 (6 attempts) 

by Kentucky, 1956 (3 attempts) 

Fewest Yards Gained Passing By Opponents 

Minus 1 by Clemson. 1956 

OTHERS 

Most Punts 

14 vs. Virginia, 1937 

14 vs. Western Maryland, 1940 
Fewest Punts 

vs. Virginia, 1975 
Most Total Yards Punting 

510 vs. Syracuse, 1936 ( 10 punts) 

Best Punting Average 

51.7 yards vs. Washington and Lee. 1951 (155 yards, 3 punts) 

Most Total First Downs 

35 vs. Virginia. 1975 

35 vs. Clemson. 1984 

Fewest Total First Downs 

1 vs. Michigan State. 1944 

Fewest Total First Downs By Opponent 
I by Wake Forest, 1973 (passing) 
Most Fumbles 

8 vs. Georgia, 1952 (lost 2) 
Fewest Fumbles 

vs. VMI, 1945 

vs. Kentucky, 1954 

vs. South Carolina, 1958 

vs. South Carolina, 1959 

vs. West Virginia, I960 

vs. Virginia, 1960 

vs. Syracuse, 1972 

vs. Duke, 1973 

vs. Penn State, Syracuse, Duke, 1977 

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

Most Fumbles Lost 

6 vs. North Carolina, 1947 

Most Fumbles By Opponents 

8 by South Carolina, 1947 

8 by Mississippi, 1953 

Most Opponents' Fumbles Recovered 

5 vs. Missouri in Gator Bowl, Jan. I, 1950 

5 vs. West Virginia, 1950 

5 vs. North Carolina, 1960 

Most Penalties 

18 vs. Virginia Tech, 1950 

Most Yards Penalized 

147 vs. Duke, 1982 

Fewest Penalties 

vs. Duke, 1941 

Most Penalties By Opponents 

15 by Miami, 1957 

Most Yards Opponents Penalized 
136 by Penn State, 1982 
Fewest Penalties By Opponents 
by Western Maryland. 1937 
by Western Maryland. 1939 
by Florida, 1939 
by Washington and Lee, 1941 
by William and Mary. 1945 
by South Carolina. 1953 



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SEASON RECORDS - INDIVIDUAL 



SCORING 

Most Points Scored, Regular Season 

102 hy Kick Badanick. 19X4(11 games) 

Most Points Scored. One Season Including Howl Games 

114 bv Lou Gambino (96 in ls>47 season plus 3 1 Ds in I94X Gator 

Bowl) 
114 h\ Kick Badanjek (102 in I9K4 season plus 2 IDs in 19X4 Sun 

Howl) 
Most Points Scored By Freshman 

56 by Rick Radanick, I S>S2 (9 touchdowns and conversion pass) 
Most Touchdowns Scored Regular Season 

16 bv Lou Gambino, 1947(10 games) 

16 by Bob Shemonski, I950(10games) 

16 b\ Id Vereb, 1955 ( 10 games) 

16 bj Rick Badanjek, 1984(11 games) 

Most Touchdowns Scored One Season, Including Bowl (iames 

19 by Lou Gambino ( 16 in 1947 season plus 3 in 1948 Gator Bowl) 

18 by Rick Badanjek ( 16 in 1984 season plus 2 in 1984 Sun Bowl) 

Most Points-After-Touchdowns Scored 

39 by Jess Atkinson. 1982 

Most Touchdown Passes Caught 

S bj Han Bungori, 1971 in II games 

Most Touchdowns Responsibility (Run and Pass) 

21 by Alan Pastrana, 1966(17 TD passes, 4 TDs) 

Most Field Goals 

17 bv Dale Castro. 1979 

17 by Jess Atkinson. 1984 
Most Consecutive Field Goals 

16 by Dale Castro. 1979 (NCAA record) 
Most Points By Kicking 
88 by Jess Atkinson. 1984 

TOTAL OFFENSE 

Most Yards Total Offense (Rushing and Passing) 

2.385 by Stan Gelbaugh. 1985 
Most Total Plays 

369 by "Boomer" Esiason, 1982 

RUSHING 

Most Net Yards Rushing, Regular Season 
1.359 by Charlie Wysocki, 1980 
Most Rushes 

334 by Charlie Wysocki, 1980 
Best Rushing Average 
9.8 yards by Chet Hanulak, 1953 
Average Yards Per Game 
126.7 by Charlie Wysocki, 1979 

PASSING 

Most Yards Gained Passing 

2.475 by Stan Gelbaugh. 1985 

Most Passes Attempted 

314 by "Boomer" Esiason. 1982 

Most Passes Completed 

176 by "Boomer" Esiason. 1982 

Best Completion Percentage 

.639 by Frank Reich, 1984(108 of 169) 

.621 by Dale Betty in 10 games, 1960 (completed 82 of 132) 

Most Touchdown Passes Thrown 

18 by "Boomer" Esiason. 1982 
Most Passes Caught 

51 by Greg Hill. 1984 (820 yards) 

47 by Tom Brown in 10 games, 1962 (577 yards) 

Most Yards Gained on Pass Receptions 

820 by Greg Hill, 1984(51 receptions, 11 games) 

675 by "Ziz" Abdur-Ra'oof. 1985, (35 receptions, 11 games) 

Most Passes Had Intercepted 

16 by Dick Shiner in 10 games, 1962 

Most Passes Intercepted 

10 by 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 by Dale Castro. 1979 

Best Punting Average 

43.7 by Bill Walker in 10 games, 1955 (15 punts). Walker added four 

punts in 1956 Orange Bowl for an 1 l-game average of 41.2, 19 

punts. 



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Most Punts Returned 

40 by Bob Smith in II games. 1973 (420 yard .1 

Most Yards Gained in Punt Returns 

420 by Bob Smith in I I games. 1973 (40 returns) 

Best Punt Return Average (More than three) 

24.5 by I nm Brown on X returns. 1961 

Most Kickoffs Returned 

25 by Keeta Covington, 1984 (479 yards, II games) 

24 h\ Kenny Dutton, 1967 (454 yards) 

24 by Keeta Covington. 1985 (556 yards) 

Most Yards Gained on Kickoff Returns 

587 by I arry Marshall on 22 returns. 1971 

Best Kickoff Return Average (More than three) 

44 yards by Howie Dare, 1957(6 returns for 264 yards) 
Best Point- After- touchdown Average 

John Hannigan. 1961 (17 for 17) 
Bernardo Bramson, 1965(15 for 15) 
less Atkinson. 1982 (39 for 39) 
Jess Atkinson. 19X3 (28 lor 28) 
Dan Plocki, 1985 (20 lor 20) 
by Ramon Paredes. 1985 I 13 lor 13) 

SEASON RECORDS — TEAM 

SCORING 

Most Points Scored 

353 in 9 regular season games, 1951 

353 in II regular season games. 1982 

Fewest Points Scored (Full Season) 

39 in 9 games, 1940 

Most Points Scored By Opponents 

299 in 10 games. 1968 

Fewest Points Scored By Opponents 

31 in 10 regular season games, 1953 

Most Touchdowns Scored 

52 in 9 regular season games. 1951 

Most Field 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 1 1 regular season games, 1982 

TOTAL OFFENSE 

Most Yards Gained Rushing and Passing 

4,910 in 1984(2.308 rushing, 2,602 passingl 
Most Yards Gained Rushing and Passing By 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 Gained Rushing 

2.921 in 9 regular season games. 1951 

Most Rushing Plays 

654 in 1976 (2,874 yards) 

Most Yards Gained Rushing By Opponents 

2,371 in 9 games, 1967 

PASSING 

Most Yards Gained Passing 

2,602 in 1984 

Most Passes Attempted 

332 in 1983 (old mark 329 in 1982) — 1 1 games 

Most Passes Completed 

189 in 1984, 1 1 games (old mark. 185 in 1983) 1 1 games 

Best Passing Percentage 

.618 in 1984. 11 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 By Opponents 

731 in 10 games. 1957 (Note: early records incomplete) 

Best Passing Percentage Bv Opponents 

.598 in 1981 (265 445) 

Most Pass Interceptions 

34 in 9 games. 1951 

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

Sugar Bowl, Jan. I. 1952 
Most Pass Interceptions Bv Opponents 
23 in 10 games, 1948 



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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 11 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 ■- 112 passing — 3 penalty) 

Most Fumbles 

44 in 10 games, 1950 (Lost 22) 

Most Opponents' Fumbles 

40 in lOgames, 1960 (Maryland recovered 19) 

40 in II games. 1971 (Maryland recovered 22) 

Fewest Fumbles 

17 in 10 games, 1960 (Lost 7) 
Most Penalties 

88 in II games. 1982 

88 in II games, 1985 

Most Yardage Lost By Penalties 

851 in II games, 1982 

Best Season 

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

Cotton Bowl for 11-1 
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 — by Jess Atkinson. 1981-84 
286 - RUN & PASS — by Rick Badanjek, 1982. 

conversions) 
Most Touchdowns Scored, All Games 
46 by Rick Badanjek. 1982. 1984 (46 rushing 
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 Responsibility, Run and Pass 

46 bv Boomer Esiason. 1981-83 

46 by Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 

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 

RUSHING 

Most Net Yards Gained Rushing 

3.317 by Charlie Wysocki 1978-81 (39 games) 

Most Rushes 

796 by Charlie Wysocki. 1978-81 (39 games) 

Best Rushing Average, Regular Season 

8.1 yards bv Chct Hanulak. 28 games. 195 1-53 

(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 b\ "Bi :r" I siason, 1981 x' 

Most Passes Attempted 

850 by "Bo. »i i iason, 1981-83 

Most Passes Co 

461 by "Boomei I i n, 1981-83 



(128 PAT 60 FG) 
1985— (46TDs — 5 



2 pass receiving) 



Best Completion Percentage 

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

.586 by Bob Avellini, 1972-74(231 of 394) 

Most Touchdown Passes Thrown, Regular Season 

42 by "Boomer" Esiason, 1981-83 

Most Passes Caught, Regular Season 

100 by Frank Russell, 1972-74 

Most Consecutive Games Catching a Pass 

23 by JohnTice. 1978-82 

Most Yards By Pass Receptions 

1,721 by 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.) 3 1-0 at half-time — came back to win 

42-40 

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

ga me 

Called the GREATEST COMEBACK IN NCAA HISTORY 




Senior Ramon Parede& handled kickofl 'chores/or Maryland throughout the 1985 

Season and Has successful on alt /.? tif his extra point attempts. 



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YEAR BY YEAR RECORDS 



MARYLAND 
AGGIES 

1802 (0-3-0) 

i) si lohns 50 

it Johns Hopkins o2 

o i piscopal Hi ift 

1893 (6-0-0) 

id l astern Hi o 

Hi Central Hi 

18 Ball < itj Col ii 

ft St. Johns Col. .. ii 

IK W Md. Col I" 

Id Orient \th Col 6 

1894 (3-3-0) 

5: \v Md Col o 

12 Wash. Col 

ft Si Johns 22 

6 Georgetown 4 

Col. Alh. CI 26 

Mt. St. Marys 24 

1895 - No Te.m 
No Games 

1896 (6-2-2) 

Eastern Hi 6 

II Gallaudet 

32 Business Hi 

10 Central Hi 6 

18 Alexandria Hi 

20 Bethel Mil. Ac 10 

II Episcopal Hi 6 

16 West. Md 6 

14 Central Hi 

II U of Md 

1897 (2-4-0) 

24 Central Hi 6 

4 Eastern Hi 

Johns Hopkins 30 

4 St. Johns 6 

6 Gallaudet Ift 

Bait. Med. Col 10 

1898 (2-5-0) 

5 Columbian U 17 

West. Md 32 

36 Eastern Hi 

Gallaudet 33 

Johns Hopkins Ift 

Episcopal Hi 37 

27 Rock Hill Col 

1899 (1-4-0) 

West. Md 21 

26 Eastern Hi 

Johns Hopkins 40 

Delaware Col 34 

St Johns 62 

1900 (3-4-1) 

Western Hi 

Gib. Ath. CI 17 

Georgetown Prep 5 

6 Episcopal Hi 34 

5 Gonzaga Hi 11 

15 Georgetown Prep 

21 Gonzaga 

21 Char. Hall. Ac 

1901 (1-7-0) 

6 Delaware Col 24 

10 Gallaudet Re 1 1 

Johns Hopkins 6 

6 Rock Hill Col II 

Central Hi II 

27 U.S. Marines 

Wal'k Ath CI 36 

West. Md. 30 

1902 (3-5-2) 

Georgetown 2" 

5 Mt. St. Josephs 

11 Columbian!.! 10 

6 Olympia Alh 

Wash. Col 



Mt si Marys 5 

ft West, Md .. 26 

U. ofMd 

(I lohns Hopkins 17 

ii Delaware ( ..i 

1903 (7-4-1) 

n Georgetown 28 

5 ( lifton Aih (I 

21 Gunton I cm o 

St. Johns IK 

28 Wash. Col. .. 

27 Tech. Hi 

II Mt. St. Marys 2 

6 West Md. . (I 
II U.ofMd. .. 

I) Delaware Col 16 

6 Columbian U 

1904 (2-4-2) 

Georgetown 22 

Ran Macon 

Itress Monroe 

11 Mt. St. Marys 6 

West. Md 5 

22 Gallaudet 5 

II. of Md 6 

Delaware Col 18 

1905 (6-4-0) 

20 Bait. Poly In 

16 Gallaudet 

West. Md 10 

Na\y 17 

17 Wm.&Mary 

2K Mt St. Josephs 

27 St Johns : 5 

Wash. Col 17 

23 H. of Md 5 

Delaware Col 12 

1906 (5-3-0) 

5 Tech. Hi 

22 Bait. City Col 

Navy 12 

Georgetown 28 

Mt. Wash. Col 29 

20 St. Johns 4 

16 Rock Hill Col 

35 Wash. Col 

1907 (3-6-0) 

13 Tech High 

Georgetown 10 

5 Richmond Col 1 1 

Navy 12 

6 Mt. St. Marys 12 

10 Geo. Washington 

10 Wash. Col 5 

St. Johns 16 

Gallaudet 5 

1908 (3-8-0) 

5 Central High 

5 Tech. High 6 

Richmond Col 22 

Johns Hopkins 10 

Navy 57 

5 Gallaudet 

Fred"bgCol 10 

12 Balto. Poly 6 

St Johns 31 

Wash. Col II 

Geo. Washington 57 

1909 (2-5-0) 

Richmond Col 12 

Johns Hopkins 9 

Tech. High II 

5 Rock Hill 

George Washington 26 

N.C. State 31 

14 Gallaudet 12 

1910 (4-3-1) 

12 Central High 

20 Richmond Col 

1 1 Johns Hopkins 1 1 

21 Catholic U 

1 1 George Washington 



V.M.I K 

(I Si Johns .... 6 

3 West. Md. .. ..17 

1911 (4-4-2) 

ft lech High 

Richmond 

5 l-rcd'hg ( .,1 I) 
Central High It 
3 Johns Hopkins 6 

6 Catholic U 6 

II SI lohns .. 27 

5 Wash Col .. 17 
ft West Md I) 

6 Gallaudet 2 

1912 (6-1-1) 

II Tech High 6 

46 Richmond Col (I 

58 U. of Md 

13 Johns Hopkins 

St Johns 27 

13 Gallaudet 6 

17 West. Md. .. 7 

13 I'enn. Mil. Col. ... 13 

1913 (6-3-0) 

27 Balto. City 10 

45 Richmond Col I) 

26 Johns Hopkins 

46 West. Md 

Navy 76 

13 St. Johns 

26 Wash. Col (I 

Gallaudet . 13 

7 Penn. Mil .. 27 

1914 (5-3-0) 

Balto. Poly 6 

6 Catholic U 

13 West. Md , .. 20 

14 Johns Hopkins 

10 St. Johns 

3 Wash. Col 

Gallaudet 23 

26 Penn Mil 

1915 (6-3-0) 

31 Balto. Poly 

Haverford 7 

Catholic U 16 

10 Gallaudet 3 

14 Penn Mil . 13 

27 St. Johns 14 

28 Wash. Col 13 

51 West. Md 

Johns Hopkins 3 



MARYLAND 
STATE 

1916 (6-2-0) 

6 Dickinson 

7 Navy 14 

15 V.M.I 9 

6 Haverford 7 

31 St Johns 6 

10 N.Y.U 7 

13 Catholic U 9 

54 Johns Hopkins 

1917 (4-3-1) 

20 Dela. Col 

Navy 62 

14 V.M.I 14 

29 Wake Forest 13 

6 V C. State 10 

13 St Johns 3 

Penn. State 57 

7 Johns Hopkins 

1918 (4-1-1) 

6 American U 13 

7 V.M.I 6 

19 West. Md 

6 New York U 2 

19 St. Johns 14 

Johns Hopkins 



1919 (5-4-0) 

ft Swarthmoi 10 

l ' Virginia o 

W, 

ii v.. Poly 6 

ii Yale w 

27 Si l .0 

n ( ,,.(,,.1,. i . o 

20 West Md 

14 Johns Hopkins . 



I MVERSITY 
OF MARYLAND 

1920 (7-2-0) 

54 Randolph Macon 

Rutgers . 6 

Princeton .. 35 

14 Catholic U. .. 

27 Wash. Col. 

7 Va. Pol\ . 

13 North Carolina ... 
10 Syracuse 

24 Johns Hopkins 

1921 (3-5-1) 

3 Rutgers 

Syracuse 42 

3 St. Johns 

10 Va. Poly 7 

7 North Carolina 16 

Yale ... 28 

16 Catholic U. .. 
Carnegie Tech 21 

6 N. C. State 6 

1922 (4-5-1) 

7 Third Army 

Richmond 

Pennsylvania 12 

Princeton 26 

3 North Carolina 27 

Va. Pol\ 21 

3 Yale .... ... 45 

3 Johns Hopkins 

54 Catholic U. .. 

7 N. C. State 6 

1923 (7-2-1) 

53 Randolph Macon 

3 Pennsylvania 

23 Richmond . 

7 Va. Poly .. 16 

14 North Carolina 

26 St. Johns 

14 Yale 16 

2ft N. C. State 12 

40 Catholic U 6 

6 Johns Hopkins 6 

1924 (3-3-3) 

23 Wash. Col 

7 Wash. & Lee 1 4 

38 Richmond 

Va. Poly .. 12 

ft North Carolina 

Catholic U 16 

14 Yale 43 

3 Washington & Lee 

7 Johns Hopkins 

1926 (5-4-1) 

6.3 Wash. Col 

South Carolina 12 

Chicago 21 

8 Va. Poly 24 

14 North Carolina 6 

38 Gallaudet 7 

15 Yale 

6 Virginia 6 

W. & L 

17 Johns Hopkins 14 

1927 (4-7-0) 

80 Wash. Col. 

26 South Carolina 

6 North Carolina 7 

13 Va. Poly 7 



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10 V.M.] 6 

6 W.&L 13 

6 Yale 30 

Virginia 21 

20 Vanderbilt 39 

13 Johns Hopkins 14 

6 Florida 7 

1928 (6-3-1) 

31 Wash. Col 

19 North Carolina 26 

7 South Carolina 21 

13 West. Md 6 

V.M.I 

6 Va. Polv 9 

6 Yale 

18 Virginia 2 

6 W. & L 

26 Johns Hopkins 6 

1929 (4-4-2) 

34 Wash. Col 7 

North Carolina 43 

6 South Carolina 26 

13 Gallaudel 6 

6 V.M.I 7 

13 Virginia 13 

13 Yale 13 

24 Va. Poly 

39 Johns Hopkins 6 

West. Md 12 

1930 (7-5-0) 

60 Wash. Col 6 

13 Yale 40 

21 North Carolina 28 

21 St. Johns 13 

20 V.M.I 

14 Virginia 6 

41 W.&L 7 

13 V. Poly 7 

Navy 6 

21 Johns Hopkins 

7 Vanderbilt 22 

West. Md. 7 

1931 (8-1-1) 

13 Wash. Col 

7 Virginia 6 

6 Navy 

6 Kentucky 6 

41 V.M.I. 20 

20 Va. Poly 

12 Vanderbilt 39 

13 W. & L 7 

35 Johns Hopkins 14 

41 West. Md 6 

1932 (5-6-0) 

63 Wash. Col 

6 Virginia 7 

Va. Poly 23 

Duke 34 

24 St. Johns 7 

12 V.M.I 7 

Vanderbilt 13 

7 Navy 28 

6 W. & L 

23 Johns Hopkins 

7 West. Md 39 

1933 (3-7-0) 

20 St. Johns 

Va. Poly 14 

Tulane 20 

13 V.M.I 19 

7 West. Md. 13 

Virginia 6 

7 Duke 38 

27 Johns Hopkins 7 

33 W & L 1? 

Florida 19 

1934 (7-3-0) 

I 1 SI Johns 

W. & 1 7 

It Navj 16 

14 Va Poly 9 

21 Florida 

20 Virginia 

23 V M I 

14 Indiana 17 

6 Georgetown 



19 Johns Hopkins 

1935 (7-2-2) 

39 St. Johns 6 

7 Va. Poly 

North Carolina 33 

6 V.M.I 

20 Florida 6 

14 Virginia 7 

7 Indiana 13 

W.&L 

12 Georgetown 6 

Syracuse 

22 West Md 7 

1936 (6-5-0) 

20 St. Johns 

6 Va. Poly 

North Carolina 14 

21 Virginia 

12 Richmond 

20 Syracuse 

6 Florida 7 

7 V.M.I 13 

6 Georgetown 7 

19 W.& L 6 

West. Md 12 

1937 (8-2-0) 

28 St. Johns 

21 Pennsylvania 28 

6 West. Md 

3 Virginia 

13 Syracuse 

13 Florida 7 

9 V.M.I 7 

14 Penn State 21 

12 Georgetown 2 

8 W.& L 

1938 (2-7-0) 

6 Richmond 19 

Penn State 33 

Syracuse 53 

14 West. Md 8 

19 Virginia 27 

14 V.M.I 47 

7 Florida 21 

7 Georgetown 14 

19 W.&L. 13 

1939 (2-7-0) 

26 Hamp.-Svd 

12 West. Md 

7 Virginia 12 

12 Rutgers 25 

Florida 14 

Georgetown 20 

Penn State 12 

V.M.I 13 

7 Syracuse 10 

1940 (2-6-1) 

6 Hamp.-Syd 7 

Pennsylvania 51 

6 Virginia 19 

Florida 19 

6 West. Md. 

Georgetown 41 

V.M.I 20 

14 Rutgers 7 

7 W.&L. 7 

1941 (3-5-1) 

18 Hamp.-Syd 

6 West. Md 6 

Duke 50 

13 Florida 12 

6 Pennsylvania 55 

Georgetown 26 

Rutgers 20 

V M I 2" 

6 W & 1 

1942 (7-2-0) 

34 Connecticut 

14 1 ake \AS 

27 Rutgers 13 

V.M.I 29 

51 Wet Md. 

13 Florida 

Duke 42 

27 Virginia 12 



32 W. & L 28 

1943 (4-5-0) 

7 Curtis B. CG 13 

13 Wake Forest 7 

19 Rich. AAB 6 

2 West. Va 6 

Penn Stale 45 

43 Greenv. AAB 18 

Virginia 39 

Bambndge 46 

21 V.M.I 14 

1944 (1-7-1) 

Hamp.-Svd. 12 

Wake Forest 39 

6 West. Va 6 

Mich. State 8 

6 Florida 14 

7 Virginia 18 

Mich. State 33 

19 Penn State 34 

8 V.M.I. 6 

1945 (6-2-1) 

60 Guilford Col 6 

21 Richmond 

22 Merch. M.A 6 

13 Va. Poly 21 

13 West Va 13 

14 W&M 33 

38 V.M.I. 

19 Virginia 13 

19 South Carolina 13 

1946 (3-6-0) 

54 Bainbridge 

7 Richmond 37 

North Carolina 33 

6 Va. Polv 

7 W&M 41 

17 South Carolina 21 

24 W.&L 7 

14 Mich. State 26 

7 N. C. State 28 

1947 (7-2-2) 

19 South Carolina 13 

43 Delaware 19 

18 Richmond 6 

7 Duke 19 

21 Va. Polv 19 

27 West Va 

32 Duquesne 

North Carolina 19 

20 Vanderbilt 6 

N. C. State 

(Gator Bowl, Jan. I, 1948) 

20 Georgia 20 

1948 (6-4-0) 

19 Richmond 

21 Delaware 

28 Va. Poly 

12 Duke 13 

47 George Washington 

27 Miami 13 

19 South Carolina 7 

20 North Carolina 49 

Vanderbilt 34 

14 West Virginia 16 

1949 (9-1-0) 

34 Va Poly 7 

33 Georgetown 7 

7 Mich. State 14 

14 N. C. State 6 

44 South Carolina 

40 George Washington 14 

14 Boston U. 13 

47 Wesl Va 7 

13 Miami 

(Gator Bowl. Ian I. 1950) 

20 Missouri 

1950 (7-2-1) 

7 Georgia 27 

'5 Navj 21 

34 Mich State 7 

25 Georgetown 14 

13 N. C. State 16 

26 Duke 14 

23 George Washington 



7 North Carolina 7 

41 WestVa 

63 V.P.I 7 

1951 (10-0-0) 

54 W.& L 14 

33 George Washington 6 

43 Georgia 7 

14 North Carolina 7 

27 L.S.U 

35 Missouri 

40 Navy 21 

53 N. C.State 

54 WestVa 7 

(Sugar Bowl. Jan. I. 1952) 

28 Tennessee 13 

1952 (7-2-0) 

13 Missouri 10 

13 Auburn 7 

28 Clemson 

37 Georgia 

38 Navy 7 

34 L.S.LI 6 

34 Boston U 7 

14 Mississippi 21 

7 Alabama 27 

1953 (10-1-0) 
National Champions 
Co-Champions, ACC 

20 Missouri 6 

52 W.& L 

20 Clemson 

40 Georgia 13 

26 North Carolina 

30 Miami(Fla.) 

24 South Carolina 6 

27 George Washington 6 

38 Mississippi 

21 Alabama 

(Orange Bowl Jan. 1. 1954) 

Oklahoma 7 

1954 (7-2-1) 

20 Kentucky 

7 U.C.L.A 12 

13 Wake Forest 13 

33 North Carolina 

7 Miami (Fla.) 9 

20 South Carolina 

42 N. C.State 14 

16 Clemson 

48 George Washington 6 

74 Missouri 13 

1955 (10-1-0) 
Co-Champions ACC 

13 Missouri 12 

7 U.C.L.A. 

20 Bavlor 6 

28 Wake Forest 7 

25 North Carolina 7 

34 Syracuse 13 

27 South Carolina 

13 L.S.U. 

25 Clemson 12 

19 George Washington 

(Orange Bowl Jan 1. 1956) 

6 Oklahoma 20 

1956 (2-7-1) 

12 Syracuse 26 

6 Wake Forest 

Bavlor 14 

6 Miama (Fla.) 13 

6 North ( arolina 34 

7 Tennessee 34 

Kentucky 14 

6 Clemson 6 

South Carolina 13 

25 N C Slate 14 

1957 (5-5-0) 

13 Texas A & M 21 

13 N.C. State 4S 

Duke 14 

27 Wake Forest 

21 North Carolina 7 

o rennessee 16 

10 South Carolina 6 

7 Clemson 26 

16 Mi.inutll.il 6 

12 Virginia 



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1958 (4-6-0) 

Wake Forest 34 

21 N. C. State 6 

Clcmson 8 

10 Texas A&M 14 

North Carolina 27 

7 Auburn 20 

10 South Carolina 6 

14 Navy 40 

26 Miami (I la 1 14 

44 Virginia 6 

1959 (5-5-0) 

27 West Va 7 

Texas 26 

II Syracuse 29 

7 Wake Forest 10 

14 North Carolina 7 

6 South Carolina 22 

14 Navy 22 

28 Clcmson 25 

55 Virginia 12 

33 S C Stale 28 

1960 (6-4-0) 

31 West Va 8 

Texas 34 

7 Duke 20 

10 N. C.State 13 

19 Clcmson 17 

14 Wake Forest 13 

15 South Carolina 

9 Penn State 28 

22 North Carolina 19 

44 Virginia 12 

1961 (7-3-0) 

14 SMI 6 

24 Clemson 21 

22 Syracuse 21 

8 North Carolina 14 

21 Air Force 

10 South Carolina 20 

21 Penn State 17 

10 N C. State 7 

10 Wake Forest 7 

16 Virginia 28 

1962 (6-4-0) 

7 SMU 

13 Wake Forest 2 

14 N C. State 6 

31 North Carolina 13 

24 Miami 28 

13 South Carolina II 

7 Penn State 23 

7 Duke 10 

14 Clemson 17 

40 Virginia 18 

1963 (3-7-0) 

14 NC. State 36 

13 South Carolina 21 

12 Duke 30 

7 North Carolina 14 

21 Air Force 14 

32 Wake Forest 

15 Penn State 17 

" Navj 42 

6 Clemson 21 

21 Virginia 6 

1964 (5-5) 

3 Oklahoma 13 

24 South Carolina 6 

I' N C State 14 

17 Duke 24 

10 North Carolina 9 

17 Wake Forest 21 

9 Penn State 17 

2" \a\y 22 

34 Clemson 

10 Virginia 

1965 (4-6) 

24 Ohio U 7 

Syracuse 24 

10 Wake Forest - 

in North Carolina 12 

7 N. C. State 29 

27 South Carolina 14 

! Njiy 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 Clcmson 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 Clcmson 28 

17 Wake Forest 35 

7 Virginia 12 

1968 (2-8) 

14 Florida St 24 

14 Syracuse 32 

28 Duke 30 

33 North Carolina 24 

21 South Carolina 19 

11 N. C. State 31 

14 Wake Forest 38 

Clemson 16 

13 Penn State 57 

23 Virginia 28 

1969 (3-7) 

7 West Virginia 31 

7 N. C. State 24 

19 Wake Forest 14 

9 Syracuse 20 

20 Duke 7 

South Carolina 17 

Clemson 40 

21 Miami (Ohio) 34 

Penn State 48 

17 Virginia 14 

1970 (2-9) 

3 Villanova 21 

12 Duke 13 

20 North Carolina 53 

11 Miami 18 

7 Syracuse 23 

21 South Carolina 15 

N. C. State 6 

11 Clemson 24 

Penn Slate 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 

2 7 \ irginia 29 

1972 (5-5-1) 

24 N.C. State 24 

26 North Carolina 31 

28 \ Ml 16 

12 Syracuse 16 

23 Wake Forest 

37 V illanova 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 



ik Syracuse o 

22 N. ( Stale 24 

37 Wake lorcsl 

30 Duke 10 

22 Penn State 42 

13 V iigi 

28 Clcmson 13 

42 Tulanc 9 

(Peach Bowl Dec 28. 1973) 

lf> Georgia 17 

1974 (8-4) 

16 Alabama 21 

10 I lorida 17 

24 North Carolina 12 

11 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 

10 Kentucky 10 

24 Syracuse 7 

37 N. C. State 22 

27 Wake Forest 

13 Penn State 15 

21 Cincinnati 19 

22 Clemson 20 

62 Virginia 24 

(Gator Bowl Dec. 29. 1975) 

13 Florida 

1976 (11-1) 

31 Richmond 7 

24 West Virginia 3 

42 Syracuse 28 

20 Villanova 9 

16 N. C State 6 

17 Wake Forest 15 

30 Duke 3 

24 Kentucky 14 

21 Cincinnati 

20 Clemson 

28 Virginia 

(Cotton Bowl Jan. I. 1977) 

21 Houston 30 

1977 (8-4) 

21 Clemson 14 

16 West Virginia 24 

9 Penn State 27 

20 N. C. State 24 

24 Syracuse 10 

35 Wake Forest 7 

31 Duke 13 

' North Carolina 16 

19 \ illanova 13 

27 Richmond 24 

25 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 Slate 2" 

N. C State 7 



17 Wake lorcsl 25 

27 Duke () 

I? North Carolina 14 

2h Louisville 7 

17 Virginia 7 

1980 (8-4) 

7 Villanova 3 

31 Vandcrbilt 6 

14 West Virginia I 1 

3 North Carolina 17 

9 Pittsburgh . IX 

10 Penn State 24 

11 Wake Forest . 10 

17 Duke . 14 

24 V C. Slate 

14 < lernson 7 

31 Virginia 

(Tangerine Bowl Dec 20. !980| 

20 Florida 35 

1981 (4-6-1) 

17 Vandcrbilt 23 

13 West Virginia 17 

34 N.C Slate 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 7 

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 

'I North Carolina 24 

18 Miami 17 

22 Clemson 24 

45 Virginia 14 

(Aloha Bowl Dec. 25. 1982) 

20 Washington 21 

198.3 (8-4-0) 

21 Vanderbilt 14 

21 West Virginia 31 

13 Pittsburgh 7 

23 Virginia 3 

34 Syracuse 13 

36 Wake Forest 33 

is 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 Slate 25 

44 \ C Slate 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 

1985 (9-3-0) 

18 Penn State 20 

31 Boston College 13 

28 West Virginia 

Michigan 20 

31 N C. State 17 

26 Wake Forest 3 

40 Duke 10 

28 North Carolina 10 

22 Miami (Fla.) 29 

34 Clemson 31 

33 Virginia 21 

(Cherry Bowl. Dec. 21. 1985) 

35 Syracuse 18 



69 



A. V. WILLIAMS AWARD 

1955 — Ronnie Waller (Football) 

1956 — Lynn Beighlol (Football) 

1956 — Jack Davis (Football) 

1957 — Howard B. Dare, Jr. (Football) 

1958 — Robert Rusevlyan (Football) 

1959 — Allen J. Bunge (Basketball) 

1960 — Dale Betty (Football) 

1961 — Donald Brown (Baseball) 

1962 — Clayton Beardmore (Lacrosse) 

1963 — Samuel G. Bossert (Wrestling) 

1964 — Robert J. Kopnisky (Wrestling) 

1965 — Donald Dunphy (Swimming) 

1966 — Frank Costello (Track) 

1967 — Robert C. Karch (Wrestling) 

1968 — Roland E. Merritt (Track) 

1969 — David C Reiss (Track) 

1970 — John Baker (Track) 

1971 — James F. Norris (Baseball) 

1972 — Vince I. Struble (Track) 

1973 — Albert A. Neville (Football) 

1974 — Tyrone Neal (Wrestling) 

1975 — Leroy D. Hughes (Football) 

1976 — Robert W. Raba (Football) 

1976 — Eugene F. Ochap (Football) 

1977 — Bradley S. Carr (Football) 

1978 - Dean Richards (Football) 

1979 - James K. Shaffer (Football) 

1980 — Eric S. Sievers (Football) 

1981 — Brian J. Riendeau (Football) 

1982 — David Pacella (Football) 

1983 — Boomer Esiason (Football) 

1984 — Eric Wilson (Football) 

1985 — Scott Schankweiler (Football) 

TERP 

FOOTBALL 

LETTERMEN 



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Abdur-Ra'oof, Azizuddin 1984. '85 
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, '85 
Ambrusko, Ken 1962, '64 '65 
Amend, David 1984, '85 
Anderson. Mike 1985 
Andorka. Bill 1934 
Andrews, Olin 1908. '09, '10 
Andrus, Robert 1946 
Arbutina. Matt 1963. '64 '65 
Arizzi, Ernie 1961, '62, '63 
Armsworthy. Frank 1950 
Arnold. Bob 1984. '85 
Askew. Lewis 1984. '85 
Athey, Ronald 1955. '56 
Atkins. Steve 1975. '76, '77, '78 
Atkinson, Jess 1981. '82. '83, '84 
Augsburger. Pete 1948. '49. '50 
Auhsi, Ed 1980. '81. '82 
Aulisi. Joe 1980. '81, '82 
Austin. Gerald 1982 
Avelinni. Bob 1972. 73, 74 
Axt, R. W. (Dutch) 1915. '16, '17 

"B" 

Bach, Billy 1966 

Badanjek. Rick 1982, '83. '84, '85 
Bafford, Harold 1925, '26. '27 
Bagranoff. Larry 1963, '64. '65 
Baierl, Ralph 1953. '54 
Hailey. Caleb (Zeke) 1918, 

'19. '20, '21. '22 
Bailey. Joe 1984. ^5 
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 
Barkalow. 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 
Baltaglia, Sam 1967 
Bauer, J. W. 1908 
Beamer, Frances 1938, '39 
Beardsley. Al 1956. '58 
Beatty, Bill 1924, '25 
Becker, Ed 1958 
Bednar. Ray 1970.71,72 
Behbahani, Kambtz 1971 
Behr, Sam 1945, '47 
Behrmann, Joe 1957, '58 
Beightol, Lynn 1951, '53, '54, '55 
Bell. Fred 1896, ^7 
Bell. Karl 1965 
Bell. Bobby 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 (Bosey) 1930, '31 
Bernardo, Ralph 1943 
Berry, 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, Ray 1953, '54 
Blackistone, Wade 1894 
Blandford, James 1897, ^98 
Bloomingdale. Alan 1973. 74 
Blount, Alvin 1983, '84, '85 
Bobenko, Alex 1943 
Boeri, Walter 1951, '52 
Boims, John 1962 
Bonis, Pete 1958, '59, '60 
Bolton, Ed. 1949, '50 
Bond, Carl 1985 
Bonk, Harry 1945, '46, '47, '48 
Bonnet, Arthur 1924, '25 
Boothe, Dan 1942 
Boring, Les 1980, '81 
Bosley, John 1905 
Bosley, Lester 1918, '19, '20, '21 
Bovic, Charles 1902 
Bouscaren, William 1897 
Bowersox. Jack 1953, '54 
Bowland, Bill 1904, '05, '06 
Bowland, Jay 1911. '12. '13. '14 
Bowman, Charles 1967 
Boxold. Charles 1953, '54 
Boyda, John 1937, '38, '39 
Bozeman. Richard 1943 
Bracken, Lou 1967, '68 
Bradford, Robert 1949 
Bradley, J. A. 1898, '99 
Bradley, Walter 1933 
Bramson, Bernardo 1964, '65, '66 
Brancato, Joe 1973, 74 
Brand, Robert 1937, '38 
Brandt, Marshall 1942 
Brannan, Tim 1970. 71, 72 
Branner. Cecil 1919, '20. '21. '22. '23 
Brant. Mike 1967, '68, '69 
Brant, Tim 1970, 71. 72 
Branthover, Lee 1970. 71 
Brasher. James 1947. '48, '49 
Brechiel, Jim 1973, 74, 75 
Breedlove, Rod 1957. '58. '59 
Brenner, John 1941. '42 
Bu-snahan, lorn 1964 
Breunich, lom 1952. '53 
Brewer. Edward B. (Untz) 1916, 
'20. '21 



Brewer. Mac 1922, '23 

Brkovich, Joe 1981, '82, '83 

Broglio, Paul 1947, '48 

Bromley. Walter 1922. '23, '24, '25 

Brougher. Don 1952, '53, '54 

Broumel, Tom I960 

Brown, David 1900, '01, '02, '03 

Brown, Donald 1984, '85 

Brown, Gurnest 1979. '80. '81, '82 

Brown. James (J. B.) 1985 

Brown, Robert 1937, '38. '39 

Brown, Tom I960, '61, '62 

Brubaker, Eric 1975 

Brunson, Wayne 1985 

Bryan, Thomas 1901 

Bryant, William 1937 

Brzostowski, Art 1965, '66, '67 

Budkoff, Nick 1936, '37 

Bullock, Keith 1985 

Bungori. Dan 1971, 72,73 

Burdelski, Steve 1983 

Burgee, Dick 1953, '54, '55 

Burger, Joe 1921, '22, '23, '24 

Burgess, Tom 1977, 78, 79 

Burgley, Bill 1956, '57 

Burke, Pat 1968, '69, 70 

Burke, Steven 1983 

Burke, Terry 1983, '84. '85 

Burlin, Ralph 1939, '40, '41 

Burmeisler, Doug 1984 

Burns, Jimmy 1910 

Burruss. Lloyd 1976, 77, 78, '80 

Burton, Bob 1961, '62, '63 

Bury, Lou 1962, '63 

Buscher, Bernie 1933, '34. '35 

Buscher, F. A. 1932, '33 

Butsko, Harry 1961, '62 

Byrd, Bill 1942 

Byed, Harry C. (Curley) 1905, '06. -07 

Byrom. Bruce 1977, 78, 79, '80 



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 191X 
Carter, Louis 1972, 73. 74 
Carter, Vernon 1983 
Castro. Dale 1978, 79. '80 
Cashwell. Dorsey 1897. ^98 
Chacos, Louis 1942 
Chadick. Mike 1968 
Chalmers, George (Shorty) 1929. 

'30, '31 
Chamberlain, Glenn 1977, 78 
Chapman, Ted 1984, '85 
Chiaverini, Len 1962. '63 
Chichowski, Tom 1963. '65. '66 
Chisari, Thomas 1943. '44. '45 
Chovanes. Eddie 1941. '42, 46 
Chnstianson, 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 
( ..k-. George 1932 
Collins, Bobby 1964, '65. '66 
( ollins, Gary 1959. '60, '61 
Collins. Scott 1977, 78, 79 
Coltcryahn, Lloyd 1951. '52 
Collon, George 1984. '85 
CromptOfl, Barnes 1892. "93 
Condie. Dennis I960. '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, ^8, ^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, '85 
Covington, Bryant 1983, '84, "85 
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 I960, '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'Amico, Matt 1985 

D'Atn, Pat 1984, '85 

Dailey, Darnell 1978. 79. '81 

Daly, Ed 1934, '35, '36 

Daly, Leslie 1943, 44. 45 

Darby. Samuel 1899 

Dare. Howie 1954, '55, '57 

Davidson. Jim 1959. '60. '61 

Davis, Fred 1946, '47, '48. 49 

Davis. Jack 1954. '55, '56 

Davis, Lynn 1949, '50, '51 

Davis, Russell 1981. '82. '83 

Dean, Robert 1948, 49, '50 

DeArmey, Frank 1935. '36. '37 

DeArmev. 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, Bobbv 1982. '83 

Derrick, H. B.I9I4, '15. '16 

DeStephano. Robert 1950, '51, '52 

Detko. Chester I960, '61. '62 

Devon, Joe 1898 

Dewitz, Brant 1979. '80 

DiCaprio, Richard 1973. 74 

Dick, Larry 1975.77 

Dickey, Edmund 1900 

Dietrich, Leroy 1958, '59, '60 

Dietz. Guy 1973, 74 

Dil, Chris 1965 

Dill. John 1967, '68, '69 

DiOrio, Joe 1967, '68 

Dhtmar, Jack 1941, '42 

Divito. Paul 1973. 74, 75 

Doak. Harr> 1906, W 

Hudson, 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 

Dnmal, Chuck 1967 

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Hilda. Mark 1979. '80. '81, '82 

Dudish, Mickey 1976, 77, 78 

Dulev. Tom 1931 

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Dunham. Duane 1984. '85 

Durbin. Mark 1981 

Dutton. Ken 1967. '68. '69 

DuVall. Mearle 1939. '40. '41 

Dwycr. Frank 1939 

Dyer. John 1968. '69, 70 



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Dyson, Gene 1955 

"E" 

i arley, Harold li4» 

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Edmundi, Ferrell 19S4, IS 

I dwards, lonv 1983, "84, "85 

ITIingcr. C'huriic IW. '35, '36 

Ellis, Gary 1978. 79 

Emerson, Darryl 1982 

I mrich, William 1971 

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Erhard. Jerry 1970. 72 

I siason, Norman 1981, 1(2. U3 

Eubanks, Howard 1979. '80, *l, '82 

Evans, Hill 1974. - 75 

Evans, Clay 1907 

I vans, Francis 1945, '46. '47. '48 

Evans, William 1928. '29. 30 

I vcrson. William 1947, '48 



I aber, Parker 1930, 31 

Faloney, Bernie 1951, '52, '53 

Faucette, Chuck 1983, '84. 85 

I azio, Ron 1982, "83, '84 

I an/. Scott 1978. '79. '80 

I arrell, Mben 1932 

Fasano, Rick 1978. 79. '80 

Fastuca, Sal 1944 

Feher. Gene 1961. '62. '6.1 

Fehr. Waller 1945. '46 

Fellon. Ralph 1951, '52, '53 

Ferrante. Joe 1961. '62. '63 

Fesmeycr. Charles 1901. '02 

Fiedor. John 1973 

Fincke, Edward 1950 

Firor. Guy 1905. '06 

Fischer, Stanley 1952 

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Fisher. William 1930 

Fishman, Jerry 1963, '64 

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Fotta. Bill 1976 

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Frattaroli. Joe 1962. '64 

Friedgen. Ralph 1968 

Fries. Greg 1968. '69. 70 

Fritsch. John 1955. '56. '57 

Fritz. Emile 1945. '46 

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Fr\. Clarence (Chick) 1949. '50, '51 

Fullerton. Ed 1950. "51, '52 

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Fulton. Ed 1973.74,75.76 

Funk. Mike 1962 

Furman. Jeff 1984 

Furman. Tyrone 1981. '82. '83 

Furst. Walter 191 I 

"G" 

Gaetz, Norman 1944 
Gaines. Mike 1970. 71. 72 
Gall. Ed 1977. 78. 79. "80 
Gallagher. Bob 1958 
Gait. Pete 1905 
Gambino. Lu 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 
C.awur. Rudolph 1949 
Gebhardt. John 1967. '68 
Gelbaugh. Stan 1984. "85 
Getz. Harry 1935 
Gibbons. Charles 1896. ^97 * 
Gibson. Ray 1962 
Gienger. Craig 1970 
Gienger. George 1939. '40 



Gierula, < hesiei 1947, '48, "49, '50 
(iilbeit. Herbert 1918, "19, '20. "21 
Gill, Vernon 1903, '04 
Gillespie, Bill 1967, '69 
Gilmore, Jack 1962. '63 
(,ilinoii\ lohn 1940, '42 
Gioia, Hob 1980, '81 

Glamp, Paul 1976. 78, 79 
Glamp, Pete 1978. 79, '80 
Gleasner, Donald 1945 
Glover, Kevin 1982, H3, '84 
Goldman, l uthei 1933 
Goodman, Jim 1946, '47, '48 
Gormley, lohn 1934, 35, 36 
Grace, Mike 1966. '67. '68 
Grafl Gustavius 1892. "93 
Graham, Duey 1970 
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Grason, \m\\ 1898, "99 
Greene, lonv 1968, '69. 70 
Gieer. William 1944, '45 

Gregory, 1 arry 1979 
Gretz, Harry 1933 
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Gross, lames 1981. '82. '83 
Groves. John (Boots) 1919. 

•20. '21, '22. -23 
Guckeyson, Bill 1934, '35. '36 
Gundcrman. Bobby 1982. '83, '84 
Gunderman, Ed 1965, '66 
Gunderman. Tom 1957. '58. '59 
Gundry. Jesse 1921 

"H" 

Hacker. Bob 1959. '60. '61 

Hafer. Robert 1943 

Hagen, James 1977 

Hagerman. Tom 1942 

Halev. Bob 1967. '68 

Hall. Irving (Bottle) 1923. '24 

Hamilton. Fred 1955. '56. '57 

Hamley. James 1969 

Hannigan, John 1961, '62 

Hanulak. Chet 1951. '52. '53 

Harbert. Doug 1975. 76. 77 

Harding. Samuel (Pop) 1892. "93, "94 

Hardisty. John 1899. 1900 

Harraka, Greg 1982. '83, "84 

Harrell, Greg 1984 

Harris. Denck 1974 

Harris. George 1893. ^4 

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 

Has man, Edgar 1904 

Headlev, Coleman 1934, "35, "36 

Heagv. Al 1927. "28. 79 

Healy. Don 1955. "56. "57 

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Helfner, Fred 1952. "53 

Heine. George 1923. "24 

Heintz. William 1928. 7.9 

Helbock. Bill 1942 

Henning. Dan 1985 

Herzog. Fred 1924. 75 

Hetnck. John 1966 

Heunng. Ed 1954, "55. "56 

Heward. Harry 1894, "96 

Hewitt, Frederick 1937. "38 

Hever. Frank 1940. '41 

Hickman. William 1943 

Hicks, Chaplain 1907. "08 

Hill. Darrvl 1963 

Hill, Greg 1982, "83. "84 

Hilhs. Robert 1943 

Hinebaugh. Wade 1896, ^7 

Hmdman. F. R. 1913. '14. "15 

Hines. Frank 1898. "99 

Hmes, Frank. Jr. 1932 

Hinkle. Monte 1971.72. 73 

Hoch. Mike 1966 

Hoen. Ralph 1907. "08 

Hoen. Stanlev 1908 

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Hoffman. Charles 1968. "69 

Hoffman. Edward 1943 



Hoffman, Gil 1982. h<. vi 
Hoffman, Herb 1952. '53. '54 
Huge, Hamilton 1906 

Holdei I ric 1983, '84. "85 

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Horning, Joe 1951.52. '53, '54 
Hough, John 1922. '23. "24 
Hrezo, Foe I960. '61. '62 
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Hughes. Bill 1984. "85 
Hughes. I.croy 1972. 73. 74, 75 
Humphries, Howard 1963, '64, '65 
Hunt, Max 1940 
Hunteman, Charles 1912. "13 
Hurd. Art 1951, "52 
Hurson. Edward 1943 

"I" 

Id/ik. John 1947. "48. '49. '50 
Iglehart, John 1905 
Igus. Chris 1983, 'H4 
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 
Jefferson. Ben 1985 
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Johnson. Ed 1965 
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Johnston. Richard 1945. "46 
Joines. Vernon 1985 
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Joyce, Fred 1962. "63. "64 
Joyce. Jim 1957. '58. "59 
Joyce. Jim 1981. "82. "83 
Joyner, Willie 1981. "82, "83 

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Kane, Ed 1966, '67. '68 
Karangalen. Peter 1943 
Karnash. Stanley 1948, '49, "50 
Kaufman. Norman 1959. '60 
Kecman. Dan 1967. '68. "69 
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Keith. Jeff 1949. "51 
Keenan. Charles 1930. "31. 32 
Keenan. John 1926. 77, '28 
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Kellv. Harold 1970 
Kellv. Steve 1983. "84, "85 
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Kern, Fred 1957. "58 
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Kichman. Charles 1956 
Kiernan. Paul 1931. "32 
Kilgallen. Jim 1953 
Kinard. Ben 1973. 74 
King. John 1968. "69 
Kinney. Eugene 1945. "46, "47. "48 
Kinnev. Vince 1975,76.77 
Kirchiro. Bill 1959, "60. "61 
Kishpaugh. W. M. 1913. "14. "15. "16 
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Klein. Robert 1984. "85 
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Knight. Chris 1983. "85 
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Koch. Peter 1981. "82. "83 
Koehler. Hugh (Pop) 1909. 

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Koelle. Ravmond 1930. "31 
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Kolencik. Frank 1979. "80. "81. "82 
Kolodne. Walter 1943 



Koinlo. Hill 1956 

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Krahling I fiii 1 1964 6! 

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Kramer. Paul 1953 
Kraus. loe 1983. "84 
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Kronbcrg. Vic 1982 
Kn.iise. Bill 1939, '40 
Krousc, Raymon 1947, '48, '49. '50 
Kubanv. Glenn 1968 69 
Kuchla. Joe 1948, '49. '50 
Kur/. Jim 1946 



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I ellaync. Alfred 1975 

Landolt, Dean 1968 

Lcnevc. Ron 1957. '58 

I.angc. Robert 1973. 74 

I.amgan. Pat 1924. 75 

I arkin. Bob 1980 

I arkin. Edward 1971 

LaRue. James 1947, '48, "49 

I ars. Ralph 1977, 78. 79. '80 

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1 altimer. Charles 1951. '52. '53 

Laughcry. Bob 1952 

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Lawrence, George 1938, '39 

Lawrence. James 1968 

Lawson. J. W. 1892 

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Lazzanno. Joe 1954, '55 

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LeGore. Walter 1904 

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Lewis. Ron 1962. '63 

Liebold. Leland 1952 

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Lilly, Hank 1963 

Lindsay, Paul 1951 

Lmkous. Fred 1925, 76. 77 

Lishack. Michael 1971 

Livingston. Phil 1978. 79 

Lloyd, Edward 1938.79 

Lombard. Henry 1928. 79 

Loncar. Ed 1977.78 

Loomis. Lynn 1912. '13 

Lorton. Kvle 1979. "80 

Lovett. Billy 1966. "67. "68 

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Lumsden. Milton 1939. "40 

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Lutz. James 1943 

Lynch, Leonard 1981 "82. "84. "85 

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Maarleveld. John 1984. "85 
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"17. "18. "19. 70 
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Mace. Ron 1962 

Mackall. Thomas 1904. "05. "06. "07 
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Maddox. Alvin 1976. 77, 78 
Madigan. George 1928. 79 
Mahnic, Robert 1969, 70 
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Makar. James 1943 
Maletzky. Bill 1951. "52 
Mallonee. Lloyd 1942 
Manges. Mark 1974. 75. 76. 77 
Marchetto. Peter 1977 
Marciniak. Walt 1964. '65 
Manno. Chris 1983 
Markoe. Dave 1964 
Marshall. Larrv 1969.70. "I 
Martell. James 1970.71.72 
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Masses. Paul 1946 
Masses. Tom 1898 



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Mattia, Peter 1968, '69. 70 
Mattis, Bob 1982 
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Mayer, George 1904 
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McCarthy, Joseph 1944. '45 
McCarthy. Patrick 1943. '46 
McCaw, Stewart 1934 
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McHale, Tom 1983 
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McNeil, Paul 1940 
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Medile, Sam 1979, '80 
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Melcher, Mick 1963. '64. '65 
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Mesner. Bruce 1983, '84, '85 
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Michael. R. M. 1916 
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Miles. Larry 1984, '85 
Milkovich, Bob 1979, '80. '81 
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Miller, Doug 1982 
Miller, Gary 1963 
Miller. Mike 1975,76 
Miller, Tom 1969, 70,71 
Milling, James 1984, '85 
Miloszewski, John 1966 
Minion. Ed 1933, '34, '35 
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Mitchell. John 1931, '32 
Mitchell, Parker 1 892, "93 
Mitchell. Walter 1900, "01, '02. '03 
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Morrison. Clark 1921 
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Mudd. Khostka 1909, '10. 'II 
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Murphy, Scott 1975 
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Myrtle. Chip 1964. '65, '66 
Myslinski. Tom 1965. '66, '67 

"N" 
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Nalewak, Ron 1964, '65 
Nardo, Anthony 1942 
Nardo, Dave 1962, '63 



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Nash, John 1980, '81, '82 
Navarro, Frank 1950, '51, '52 
Naylor, Ralph 1900, '01. '02 
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Nelhgan, Bert 1896 
Nelson, Richard 1932, '33, '34 
Nesbit, Andy 1918, 

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Nestor, Paul 1951, '52 
Neville. Al 1971, 72, 73 
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Niederhelman. Joe 1982, '83 
Nolan, Dick 1952, '53 
Norris, John 1930, '31 
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Nusz, Dave 1953, 54. '55 

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O'Hare, Tim 1978 
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Osier, Jerry 1962 
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Pagannucci, Romeno 1919, 70. 71 

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Pancza, Joe 1967 

Papuchis. John 1978 

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Parker, Tommy 1983, '84, '85 

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Palanda, Michael 1977 

Pellegrini, Bob 1953. '54, '55 

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Peters. Francis 1898. ^9, 1900 

Petitbon, Richie 1984, '85 

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Pietrowski, Joseph 1945 

Piker, Robert 1945 

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Pitzer, John 1930 

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Pelvin. Tom 1966, '67, '68 

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Pugh. Bill 1981 

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Pugh. Ed 1921.72.73,74 

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Quander, Timmy 1982 
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Sabrowski, Jon 1984, '85 
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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 find (clockwise 
from upper left) the Maryland Chapel, Main Administrative Building, Hornbake Library and the Glenn L. Martin 
Institute of Technology (the engineering building). 



Dr. John S. Toll 

President 

As president ol .1 major research Universitj with five 
campuses and 88,400 students worldwide, John S. I oil is 

dedicated to Strengthening excellence in teaching, re- 
search, and public service. Under his leadership, the 
University has developed programs ol high quality, has 
attracted outstanding faculty and students, and has built 
partnerships with industry, government, schools, and 
other institutions. 

In the past few 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: 

• I he National Science Foundation awarded the 
College Park campus a $16 million grant to establish 
a Systems Research Center, one of six national 
centers ol excellence in engineering. 

• The University's Center of Marine Biotechnology, 
located in Baltimore, has received a $6,695 million, 
five-year federal grant. 

• The U.S. Department of Education awarded the 
College of Education a $6.5 million, five-year grant 
to establish a Center for Research on Postsecondary 
Education Management and Governance. 

• Philanthropic support for academic programs at the 
University has reached a new high of over $12 
million annually. 

• The arts flourish at Maryland, including the highly 
acclaimed Handel Festival; the traveling perform- 




ances of "Shakespeare on Wheels," and the world 
renowned University of Maryland Piano festival 
and William Kapell Competition 

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 12 years he chaired the physics depart- 
ment at the College I'ark 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. 

(If you would like to learn more about the University of 
Maryland under the leadership of Dr. Toll, write for his 
1985-86 annual report to: The University of Maryland 
Central Administration, Office of University Publica- 
tions, 3300 Metzerott Road, Adelphi, MD 20783.) 




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 Universitv 
(1981). 



Dr. John Brooks Slaughter 

Chancellor 



Since his undergraduate days Dr. Slaughter has been 
active in humanitarian affairs. As chapter president of 
Zeta Sigma Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fra- 
ternity, Inc., (San Diego) from 1957 to 1959 he par- 
ticipated in cultural, social, and educational activities 
directed toward the enhancement of the black community 
in San Diego. As president of the Board of Directors of 
the San Diego Urban League he was concerned with 
providing equal opportunities in education, employment, 
housing, and social services. 

Prior to assuming his responsibilities at the University 
of Maryland he served as Academic Vice President and 
Provost at Washington State University and as Director 
of the National Science Foundation. In his inauguration 
address to the College Park campus on May 3, 1983, he 
set the course for his administration: "I want to see this 
campus continue its vigorous pursuit of academic excel- 
lence while reaching out to a more diversified student 
body. I want the University of Maryland at College Park 
to set a national standard for excellence and equality. As 
we pursue these goals, we must also enhance our con- 
tributions to the State. Finally. 1 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 as Chair- 
person of the Athletic Council by 
Chancellor John Slaughter on June 
1, 1985, succeeding Dr. Charles A. 
Taff. who had held the position since 
1978. Slaughter's appointment made 
Dr. Smith the first female to hold 
such a position in the Atlantic Coast 
Conference. 

Dr. Smith came to Maryland in August, 1970, as 
Professor and Chairman of the Department of Textiles 
and Consumer Economics, a position she holds today. 
Prior to joining the Maryland staff, she served as a 
member of the faculty of Cornell University. 

A native of Arkansas, Dr. Smith obtained her B.S. 
degree at the University of Arkansas in 1951. Six years 
later she received an M.S. degree from Tennessee, and 
was awarded her Ph.D. in Textiles from Minnesota. Dr. 
Smith earned a second Ph.D. in Biochemistry at Minne- 
sota in 1965. 

In 1971, Dr. Smith was elected a fellow of the Textile 
Institute. She belongs to many professional societies, 
including the American Chemical Society, Sigma Xi, the 
Fiber Society, and the American Economics Association. 
With approximately 70 publications and papers from 
research in Textiles to her credit. Dr. Smith is also the 
co-author of the book Introduction to Textiles (Smith 
and I. Block), published by Prentice-Hall in 1982. In 
1984, Dr. Smith was named a distinguished Alumna of 
Southern University. Since coming to Maryland, she has 
served on many departments and College and University 
committees. 

When having time to relax from her heavy load of 
academic responsibilities. Dr. Smith is an avid golfer. 

Randy Hoffman (Maryland "74) 
Associate Athletic Director 

Hoffman assumed his current duties 
as Dick Dull's top assistant in 1983, 
after serving as associate athletic di- 
rector and director of sports market- 
ing from March, 1982 to June, 1983. 
His duties as associate athletic di- 
rector include the academic support 
unit, marketing, student housing, 
financial aid, television, and the 
Maryland radio network. 

He received his initial Bachelor's Degree from Mary- 
land in 1974, then obtained a second Bachelor's in 
Business Management in 1980. Hoffman is currently 
pursuing his Master's Degree in Administration; he has 
also served as both assistant and head golf coach and 
director of golf facilities. 

Hoffman came to Maryland after graduating from 
Lewisburg (Pa.) High in 1969, where he received eight 
athletic letters and was captain of the football, basketball 
and golf teams. He lettered two years on the Maryland 
golf team, and presently serves as a Terrapin Club 
Member and on the Board of Governors for the M Club 
Foundation. 





Robert T. Stumpff (Maryland '68) 
Associate Athletic Director 

Bob Stumpff returned to the Ter- 
rapin athletic department in July, 
1 980, as associate athletic director for 
business affairs. He now supervises 
the game-day activities of Byrd Sta- 
dium and Cole Field House and is 
responsible for the daily operation of 
all athletic facilities, including secu- 
rity and scheduling. He also coordi- 
nates department insurance programs, 
personnel and payroll functions. 

Stumpff came to Maryland from Lewistown, Pa., 
where he was on the wrestling and track teams. As an 
undergraduate at Maryland, he was manager of the 
wrestling team before receiving his degree in Transpor- 
tation Administration in June, 1968. Upon graduation, 
he was named administrative assistant to the director of 
athletics, Jim Kehoe. From September, 1969 to July, 
1980, Stumpff served as associate director of the Mary- 
land Student Union. He is a 1978 graduate of the 
University of Kentucky's College of Business Manage- 
ment Institute. 

Since 1970, Stumpff has been a member of the Board of 
Governors of the M Club and is presently an advisor to 
the Sigma Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa. Stumpff is 
also a member of the College of Athletic Business 
Managers Associates. 

Gothard Lane (Randolph-Macon '71) 
Assistant Athletic Director 

^f^~ Gothard Lane assumed the duties 

f~ v of assistant athletic director for non- 

m revenue sports in March, 1982. He 

|^ 4^ I also works with the football and 

basketball programs in handling their 

scheduling. 

He began his career at Maryland in 
1973, when he was hired by football 
coach Jerry Claiborne as a defensive 
backfield coach, a job he held for four years. From 1977 
to 1982, Lane held the position of administrative assistant 
to the director of athletics, and director of recruiting. 

As assistant AD, Lane holds administrative responsi- 
bility for all men's and women's non-revenue sports. 

Jeff Hathaway (Maryland '81) 
Associate Athletic Director 






Jeff Hathaway assumed the duties 
of associate athletic director this 
spring, replacing Frank Gray, who 
retired after serving in many capac- 
ities at Maryland since 1943. As 
associate athletic director, Hath- 
away's duties will include monitoring 
a budget that reached $7 million in 
1986. 

Hathaway had previously served as business manager 
before his appointment as associate athletic director. 
After graduating from Maryland, he went directly to the 
Chicago White Sox, where he served as director of 
community relations. While with the White Sox, Hath- 
away arranged all public appearances and speaking 
engagements for players in 1981 and 1982. He came to 
Maryland as an undergraduate from DeMatha High, 
where he served as basketball manager and assistant 



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trainer for coach Morgan Wootcn. Hathaway also acted 
as student trainer for two years with the Maryland 
basketball team, and for two years with the football team. 

Already a lifetime member of the M Club, Terrapin 
Club and Maryland Alumni Association, Hathaway did 
his public relations internship with the Washington 
Redskins during their 1980 training camp, under the 
tutelage of current sports information director Joe Blair. 
He received his B.S. in Athletic Administration through 
the Individual Studies program. Hathaway is a certified 
emergency medical technician. 

Frank Costello (Maryland '68) 
Strength and Conditioning Coach 

^r^^ Frank Costello assumed the posi- 

^W f**A tion as assistant to the athletic direc- 

^^fc toi id 1981, .iinl is in charge of the 

* . strength and conditioning program 

W for the entire athletic department. 

, • No stranger to Maryland, Costello 

was an All-America high jumper for 

the Terps from 1965-1968 and served 

A ' as assistant track coach for six years 

after graduation. He was named head track coach in 1974, 

a position he held for seven years. He developed several 

world-class track stars, including world record holder 

Renaldo Nehemiah, the hurdler now with the NFL's San 

Francisco 49ers. 

Costello came to Maryland as the New Jersey high 
jump champion and record holder in 1963, and was 
undefeated in ACC, 1C4A and NCAA competition in 
1965. winning both NCAA titles. While competing with 
Maryland, he also won seven titles in the Penn Relays, the 
Milrose Games, the Eastern European Championships, 
the Southern Hemisphere Games and the French Na- 
tional Championship. He was ranked third in the world in 
1966. 

In addition to coaching track and field, Costello has 
published several articles on training techniques. He 
served as a conditioning consultant for the NFL's Green 
Bay Packers from 1977-80, and has served as high jump 
coach for the Olympic Development Program. 

He is assisted bv Scott Fanz. a former defensive tackle 
for the Terps from 1977-80. 



John Misciagna (Dickinson 76) 
Administrative Assistant to Athletic Director 
Recruiting Coordinator 

John Misciagna moved to the 
administrative area of Maryland ath- 
letics in 1982, after working with the 
football staff, where he served as 
wide receivers coach for Jerry Claiborne. 

Misciagna coordinates and super- 
vises the recruiting programs and 
activities for the athletic department. 
He also coordinates activities with 
the Terrapin Club, the M Club and 

alumni organizations, and operates a speakers bureau for 

the athletic department. 

An All-Conference offensive guard at Dickinson 
College, Misciagna was captain of the football and track 
teams as a senior. He received his B.A. in English and 
Comparative Literature at Dickinson and his Master's in 
English and Comparative Literature at Columbia. 



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







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"Spider" I rj moved into an ad- 
ministrative position m the athletic 
department in 1978 after having de- 
voted 1 5 years to the athletes as Head 

Trainer. He now serves as I )ircctor ol 
the Golf Facilities. 

As a Maryland undergraduate he 
earned his letter in varsity soccer and 
a B.S. Degree in Physical Education. 
He was an assistant trainer at Maryland before taking 
over the Head Trainer duties at Dartmouth. 

He returned to Maryland after five years at Dartmouth 
in March 1967. 



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

Col. Tom Fields has served as 

executive director of the Maryland 

Educational Foundation since 1970, 

•i when he retired as a Colonel in the 

United States Marine Corps. 

During the last year, the funds 
generated by the Educational Foun- 
dation totaled more than $2.5 million. 
The membership of the Terrapin Club 
has expanded to 3,689 with 99 lifetime members ($10,000 
contribution), 147 Super Terrapins ($2,500 annual con- 
tribution) 592 Diamondbackers ($1,500 annual contri- 
bution) and 686 Gold Members ($750 annual contri- 
bution). 

More than 50 percent of all contributors did not attend 
Maryland, but all are strong supporters of the university, 
the NCAA, and the principles of competition. 

The funds provided by the foundation have enabled the 
Terps to develop one of the best women's athletic 
programs in the nation. All funds go to scholarships; the 
scholarship programs for the female athletes is equal to 
the program for men's non-revenue sports. 

Fields was a track star for the Terps as an under- 
graduate and helped lead Maryland to one of its finest 
days ever at the Penn Relays, as the Terps won three 
Championship of America relays. During World War II, 
Fields served in combat on Guadalcanal; Vella Lavella, 
Bouganville. and Iowa Jima. He also served in Korea and 
Vietnam. At the time of his retirement from the Corps, 
Fields was Deputy Director of Information, Headquar- 
ters, Marine Corps. 



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John W. Zane (Maryland '60) 
Assistant Athletic Director 
Sports Information Director 

Entering his 1 8th year as sports 
information director at Maryland 
and his 27th year in sports infor- 
mation. Jack Zane was accorded the 
highest honor in his field this summer. 
If when he was selected to the CoSIDA 
_^Jhr** /J? Hall of Fame b\ past members of the 
J* f Hall. 

■ Zane returned to Maryland in 

August. 1969, after serving as SID at The George 
Washington University for six years. He received his 




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degree in Journalism from Maryland in February, 1960, 
after serving as student assistant to Joe Blair for three 
years. He served as Blair's full-time assistant for two years 
after graduation. While at Maryland, Zane was the first 
executive sports editor of the Diamondback, SMC of Pi 
Kappa Alpha and a member of the Sigma Delta Chi 
journalism fraternity. 

He served seven years as a member of the NCAA Public 
Relations Committee and one year as a member of the 
NCAA public relations promotions committee. Zane has 
been a member of CoSI DA for 27 years, and was elevated 
to the Presidency of CoSIDA at the 1985 meeting in 
Boston. Zane is also a member of the Football, Basketball 
and Baseball Writers of America, the Maryland Chapter 
of Sigma Delta Chi, the Atlantic Coast Conference 
Sportswriters and the Washington, D.C. Touchdown 
Club, as well as a Diamondback Member of the Terrapin 
Club. 

A graduate of Southern ( Harwood) High in Lothion, 
Zane is a native of Maryland and served 4'/$ years in the 
Navy before enrolling at Maryland. He is married to the 
former Judy Allen of Fayetteville, W. Va. and a graduate 
of The George Washington University. 

Joseph F. Blair (Maryland 'SO) 
Assistant Sports Information Director 

Joe Blair returned to Maryland in 
August, 1983, where he began his 
public relations career 33 years 
before. He served as sports infor- 
mation director at Maryland for 13 
years before joining the Washington 
Redskins as public relations director 
and head of media relations. 

He has worked with the NFL 
Players Association, assisted at Maryland and served as a 
consultant for the U.S. Football League Washington 
Federals during his 35 years in the area. 

Joe spent a total of 1 8 years with the Redskins, retiring 
after earning his Super Bowl ring in 1982, when the 
Redskins defeated the Miami Dolphins. He has worked 
with a National Championship team at Maryland (1953) 
and served as an assistant to the NFL at 12 Super Bowls. 
The "Blair Lounge" at the nearby Ledo restaurant was 
named after him in 1956. 

In returning to Maryland three years ago, Blair 
rejoined Jack Zane, whom he lured to the field as a 
Maryland student. He served as Best Man at Zane's 1966 
wedding. A product of the Missouri School of Journal- 
ism, Blair is a veteran of World War II (Air Force) and a 
native of Freeport, Pa. 

Mary L. Baldwin (Biscayne College '82) 
Assistant Sports Information Director 

Mary came to the athletic depart- 
ment in August, 1984, as secretary to 
sports information director Jack 
Zane, then was named as a sports 
information assistant in the summer 
of 1985. Her duties entail handling 
publicity for all non-revenue sports, 
including women's basketball. 

A native of Rockville, Md., Baldwin 
graduated from Robert E. Peary High in 1973. She 
received an A. A. in Recreation from Montgomery 
College and a B.A. in Sports Information from Miami's 
Biscayne College in 1982. 





While at Biscayne, Baldwin served as secretary to the 
athletic director and sports information director. During 
her senior year, she served an internship with the Balti- 
more Orioles, as administrative secretary to the director 
of player development for the 1982 spring training camp 
in Miami. 

During the two-year existence of the U.S. Football 
League's Washington Federals, Baldwin served as admin- 
istrative assistant to the assistant general manager and 
player personnel director. 

Baldwin also contributes to the operation of the 
football press box in addition to her duties as sports 
information director for non-revenue sports. 



John M. Hawkins (Towson State '86) 
Sports Information/Publications 

The newest member of the athletic 
department, John Hawkins joined 
Maryland in June, 1986, after 3'/$ 
years at the Baltimore News Amer- 
ican. In addition to this duties as 
assistant sports information director, 
Hawkins will also serve as editor and 
contributing writer to the Maryland 
Athletic Preview, a quarterly journal 
published by the Maryland athletic 
program. 

Born in Norfolk, Va. but a resident of Baltimore for 23 
years, Hawkins joined the News American in January, 
1983 in a part-time capacity. He acquired full-time status 
in January, 1984, and temporarily abandoned pursuit of a 
Bachelor's Degree in Communications at Towson State. 
He assumed coverage of the MISL Blast and worked 
general assignment duty for the paper until September, 

1985, when he was selected by the News American to 
cover Maryland athletics. 

Hawkins' duties encompassed coverage of the Terps, 
Orioles and Naval Academy sports until the paper ceased 
publication in May, 1986. Athletic director Dick Dull 
immediately hired Hawkins as an assistant to Zane and 
regular contributor to the Athletic Preview. Earlier in 

1986, Hawkins completed the requirements for his 
Bachelor's Degree at Towson State. 





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Laura Bartlett 

Promotions 



Neal Eskin 
Ticket Office Asst. 




Anne Byrdy 
Facilities 




Dr. Jack Faber 
ACC Coordinator 




Bunk Carter 
(•rounds 







Betty Francis 
AD's Office 



Dana Delaney 
Terrapin Club 



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Joe Crimaldi 
Facilities 



Jim Dietsch 
Academic ( oord. 



Dee Slough 

Sports Information 

Office 



SUPPORT STAFF 




Patti Jenkins 
Academics 




Vinny Mayola 
Equipment 




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Debbie Russell 
Asst. To AD 



Genny Steiger 
Accounting 



Ruth Richards 
AD's Office 






John Stevenson 
Terrapin Club 




Ron Fulton Todd Goodman Fee Klosky 

EQUIPMENT STAFF 





Joyce Taylor 
AD's Office 




Eloise Tilley 
Ticket Manager 



Susan Woodfield 
Promotions 



Jim Wright 
Academic Coord. 



Lindy Kehoe 
Grounds 





Dotti McGugan 
Secretary — Football 



Linda Kubany 
Secretarv to Coach Ross 



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NATIONAL FOOTBALL 

FOUNDATION COLLEGE 

HALL OF FAME 

Three former Terrapins have been inducted into the 
National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame and 
enshrined at the Hall of Fame in Kings Island, Ohio. 

The first University of Maryland player to be selected 
was Robert "Bob" Ward, the Terrapins All- American 
lineman and four year letterman (1948-51). Ward was 
inducted in 1980. 

Quarterback Jack Scarbath was inducted in December 
of 1983. Scarbath in addition to All-American honors 
was runnerup for the Heisman Award in 1952 after 
leading Maryland to a 28-13 win over National Champion 
Tennesse in the Jan. 1, 1952 Sugar Bowl. 

The late James M. Tatum was selected for the Hall of 
Fame in 1984. Tatum led the Terps to the National 
Championship in 1953 and in nine years as the Maryland 
coach recorded a 73-15-4 record. While also serving as 
Director of Athletics he took the Terrapins to the Gator 
Bowl twice (1948 and 1950) the Sugar Bowl 1952 and the 
Orange Bowl twice (1954 and 1956). 





Robert "Bob" Ward 1980 






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Jim Tatum (right) accepts 195.1 National Championship Tropin. 



Scarbath 19XA 



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Facts About Maryland 

The University of Maryland is a five-campus system 
founded in 1X07 in Baltimore as a college of medicine. The 
College I'ark campus was established in I 856. In addition 
to College Park (UMCP) and Baltimore City (UMAB), 
the University has campuses on the Eastern Shore at 
Princess Anne(lJMES), in Baltimore County at Catons- 
villc (UMBC), and the worldwide University College 
(UMUC) headquartered at College I'ark. 

ACC GAMES ONEY: Clemson became the first team 
to win 100 Atlantic Coast Conference games but Mary- 
land now holds the lead with 124 league wins to 116 for 
the Tigers and I 1 5 for North Carolina. Duke won the first 
ACC football game played with a 20-7 win over South 
Carolina on September 19, 1953. 

WON LOST TIED 

Maryland 124 65 3 

Clemson 116 61 4 

North Carolina 115 88 4 

N.C. State 100 90 7 

Duke 99 86 7 

Wake Forest 60 142 5 

Virginia 44 133 3 

Georgia Tech 10 5 I 
(Former Member) 

South Carolina 56 54 4 




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) 

Kurt Van Valkenburgh (Springfield-SUN Y at Albany) 



AZIZUDDIN ABDUR-RA'OOF has caught a pass in 
every game he has played for Maryland. That includes 
two bowl games. Since bowl games do not count in the 
statistics his streak officially stands at 22 games. His 
games with catches/yards and touchdowns are listed. 



1984 

Syracuse 1/21 
Vanderbilt 4/123 
West Virginia 4/45 
Wake Forest 3/55 
Penn State 2/36 
N.C. State 1 10 
Duke 1/32/1 
North Carolina 3/40 
Miami 2/22 
Clemson 2/ 16 
Virginia 2/38/ 1 
Tennessee 3/45 



1985 

Penn State 4, 75 
Boston College 4/58 
West Virginia 5/90 I 
Michigan 2/58 
N.C. State 2/ 18 
Wake Forest 4/ 116/2 
Duke 4 96 I 
North Carolina 3/29 
Miami 2/3 I 
Clemson 3/54 
Virginia 2/46 
Syracuse 5 86 1 



Two-year letterman Darryl Wright averaged .W.2 yards per punt in 1985 and 
dropped 16 punts inside the 20 yard line. 



BRl CE MESNER and NEAL SAMPSON were named 
to the Jewish Ail-American Football team for 1985. It 
was the third consecutive selection to the team for 
Mesner, a two time All-ACC selection, and the first for 
Sampson to the ninth annual team selected by Shel 
Wallman. 



EARLY TELEVISION FOR THE 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. According to the BOSTON GLOBE— The first 
known commercially televised college football game was 
played between Penn and Maryland on Oct. 5, 1940 at 
Franklin Field, Philadelphia before a crowd of 40,000. 
Penn walloped Maryland 51-0 with triple threat back 
Fran Reagan and sophomore Jack Welsh each scoring 
twice. It was televised to some 200 homes by WPTZ in 
Philadelphia. A few college games had been televised in 
the late 1930's but only on an experimental basis. 



FUTURE SCHEDULES: Pittsburgh and Boston Col- 
lege do not return to the 1 987 schedule with the Terrapins 
visiting Syracuse and Miami. The Maryland schedule 
becomes relatively stable in 1988 when Georgia Tech 
visits College Park. Over the next ten years the Terrapins 
after adding Georgia Tech to the schedule will have four 
non-conference games. Penn State and West Virginia are 
on the schedule all ten years. Pittsburgh appears in eight 
of the 10 and Syracuse six times. The other opponents are 
Michigan twice, Boston College twice, Miami, Vanderbilt 
and Virginia Tech. 

HOMECOMING GAME WINNING STREAK: Mary- 
land has won 16 consecutive Homecoming games. The 
last loss came in 1969 with Miami (Ohio) winning 34-21. 
The opponents and scores. 



JACOBS BLOCKING TROPHY: Maryland has won 
the ACC's Jacobs 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. 

JAMES MILLING has caught a pass in 12 consecutive 
games and FERRELL EDMUNDS in 11 consecutive 
games. 



1985—28-10 North Carolina 
1984—44-21 N.C. State 
1983—38-3 Duke 
1982—49-22 Duke 
1981—24-21 Duke 
1980—24-0 N.C. State 
1979—17-14 North Carolina 
1978—31-7 N.C. State 
1977—31-13 Duke 



1976—17-15 Wake Forest 
1975—24-7 Syracuse 
1974—41-0 Clemson 
1973—33-0 Virginia 
1972—37-7 Villanova 
1971—38-0 V.M.I. 
1970—21-15 South Carolina 
1969—21-34 Miami (Ohio) 





MILLING 


EDMUNDS 


Penn State 


1/16 


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Boston College 


1/6 


1/6 


West Virginia 


4/62 


2/44 


Michigan 


3/43 


2/19 


N.C. State 


2/37 


2/20 


Wake Forest 


1/6 


1/20 


Duke 


4/80 


3/43 


North Carolina 


2/30 


1/6 


Miami 


1/21 


1/4/1 


Clemson 


3/59 


6/101/2 


Virginia 


4/55 


2/51/1 


Syracuse 


2/26 


2/56 



MARYLAND COACHES IN ACC GAMES: Bobby 
Ross in four years in the ACC has a 21-1 record with a 17 



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The key components to Maryland's 1 953 Sational Championship: (Standing, left to right) A ssistant coach Whiter Doiell. assistant Jack llennemier, business manager Bill 
Cobey holding picture of assistant Bob Hard, assistant Tommy Mont, assistant Vernon Seibert and trainer Duke Hyre: (kneeling, l.-R) assistant Eddie Teague assistant 
T.mmett Cheek.Head ( oach and A P Jim Tatum, assistant Warren (,'iese and sports information director Joe F. Blair. 

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game winning streak and three consecutive ACC Football 
Championships. In 10 years in the ACC Jerry Claiborne 
had a 46-11-1 record, won three ACC Championships 
and established a league record 21 game winning streak 
while winning the three titles. Maryland's Hall of Fame 
Coach Jim latum had a three year ACC record of 1 1-0-1 
while at Maryland but shared two titles with Duke and 
finished second once. His overall league was 21-9-2 for his 
six years including three at North Carolina. Tom Nugent 
had a seven year record of 26-20 for the Terps but never 
finished better than third in the league. 

MARYLAND'S FAST 14 YEARS IN ACC: Mary- 
land has won the last three Atlantic Coast Conference 
football champions and six of the last 14. Over the 14 year 
span the Terrapins have also finished second five times 
and third three times. THE 14 YEAR ACC RECORDS 
(League games only) 

WON LOST TIED 

Maryland 67 12 I 

North Carolina 51 30 3 

Clemson 44 25 2 

N.C. State 43 38 2 

Duke 28 49 4 

Virginia 22 59 2 

Wake Forest 20 65 1 

Georgia Tech 10 5 1 

MULTIPLE LETTER WINNERS: Earning four var- 
sity letters in football today is a major accomplishment. 
Only two Terrapins joined the list in 1983, two in 1984 and 
three in 1985. The record six letters earned by Burt 
Shipley will never be matched. The top letter winners are: 

SIX LETTERS 

H. Burton Shipley (1908-13) 



\fZ VETERANS AND YEARS PI A YEI) 



FIVE LETTERS 

Caleb Bailey (1918-22) 
Cecil Branner (1919-23) 
John Groves (1919-23) 



Ken Knode (1911-15) 
Andy Nesbit ( 19 18-22) 
Walter Posey (1913-17) 



FOIRYEARLETTERMEN: Since the new freshman 
eligibility rule went into effect in 1 972 the Terps have had 
37 men earn four varsity letters. Ten were on the 1982 
squad. They are as follows: 



Steve Atkins, TB 78 
Jess Atkinson, K '84 
Rick Badanjek. RB '85 
Kevin Benson, LB 75 
Gurnest Brown, DT '82 
Lloyd Burruss. DB '80 
Bruce Byrom, C '80 
Joe Campbell, DT 76 
Brad Carr. LB 77 
Mike Corvino. DG "82 
Al Covington. DB ^5 



Dave D'Addio. FB "83 
Mark Duda. DT '82 
Howard Eubanks, LB '82 
Ralph Fisher, DT 76 
Ed Fulton, OG 76 
Ed Gall, DT '80 
Leroy Hughes, LB 75 
Frank Kolenick, DG '82 
Ralph Lary. DB '80 
Len Lynch, OG ^5 
Mike Lewis. WR '82 



Lloyd Burrus DB 

Dave D'Addio RB 

Mark Duda DT 

Boomer Esiason QB 

Kevin Glover C 

Pete Koch DT 

NealOlkewicz IB 

Frank Reich QB 

Eric Sievers TE 

Ron Solt OG 

John Tice TE 

Mike Tice TE 

Randy White DT 



Kansas City Chiefs 1 1 
Detroit Lions 
St. Louis Cardinals 

Cincinnati Bengals 2 

Detroit Lions 1 

Kansas City Chiefs 2 
Washington Redskins 

Buffalo Bills I 

San Diego Chargers 5 

Indianapolis Colts 2 

New Orleans Saints 3 

Seattle Seahawks 5 

Dallas Cowboys I 1 



NFL EXPERIENCE/FREE AGENTS 

Jesse Atkinson K Washington Redskins 

Greg Harraka OG Miami Dolphins 

Dave Pacella OG Pittsburgh Steelers 

TERPS PICKED IN NFL '86 DRAFT 

JD Maarleveld OT Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 5th 

Round. 1 12th Pick 
Don Brown DB San Diego Chargers, 5th Round. 129th 

Pick 
Stan Gelbaugh QB Dallas Cowboys, 6th Round. 

150th 
Rick Badanjek FB Washington Redskins. 7th Round, 

186th Pick 
George Colton OG New England Patriots. 9th Round. 

248th Pick 
Len Lynch OG New York Giants, 11th Round 

1985 TERPS SIGNED AS NFL FREE AGENT ROOKIES 



Al Covington DB 
Jeff Holinka OG 
Chris Knight TE 
Schankweiler LB 
Scott Tye DT 

TERPS NOW COACHING IN NFL 



New York Giants 
New York Giants 
Cincinnati Bengals 
St. Louis Cardinals 
Denver Broncos 



QB DB 1953-55 Seattle Seahawks 
DT 1950-53 Denver Broncos 

RB DB 1947-49 Chicago Bears 
RB DB 1954-56 Atlanta Falcons 
Dick ModzelewskiDT 1950-52 Green Bay Packers 

Dick Nolan RB DB 1951-53 Dallas Cowboys 



Ralph Hawkins 
Stan Jones 
Jim LaRue 
Joe Madden 



Mark Manges, QB '82 
David Pacella, OT '82 
Bob Raba. TE 76 
Dean Richards, WR 78 
Ken Roy, DB 76 
Ernie Salley, DG 77 
Jimmy Shaffer. LB 79 
Eric Sievers. TE '80 



John Tice, TE '82 
Joe Wilkins, LB '82 
Eric Wilson, LB '84 
Wayne Wingfield, DB ^2 
Kei-vin, Wyatt, OG 79 
Charlie Wysocki, TB '81 
Harrv Venezia, OT '83 



NIGHT GAMES: The Vanderbilt game in Byrd 
Stadium on September 13 will be the first game played 
under Maryland's new lights. The North Carolina State 
and Wake Forest games are also scheduled for night. 
However they will not be the first night games played in 
the stadium as the West Virginia games of 1983 and 1985 
were played under lighting provided by Musco Mobile 
Lighting of Oskaloosa, Iowa. Both games were televised 
by TBS of Atlanta. West Virginia won the 1983 game 
31-21 while Maryland won 28-0 last fall. 



OPPONENTS RUSHING FOR 100 YARDS: Only 
six opponents have rushed for over 100 yards against 
Maryland in the last two years. Kenny Flowers of 
Clemson picked up 136 yards on 20 carries in 1984 and 
120 on 22 carries in 1985. Ethan Horton of North 
Carolina rushed for 126 on 35 carries in 1984 and in the 
final game of the 1985 season Virginia's Howard Petty 
(124 on 24) and Kevin Morgan (129 on 24) both topped 
the 100 yard mark. In a bowl game Don McPherson of 
Syracuse (111 on 2 1 ) topped 1 00 yards. Maryland won all 
seven games. 

TOP BYRD STADIUM CROWDS: Penn State has 
been the Terrapins opponent for four of the top 14 crowds 
in Byrd Stadium. 

58,973 -- Penn State on Nov. 1, 1975 
54,715 -- West Virginia on 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 
51,250 - West Virginia on Sept. 21, 1985 
51,200 -- North Carolina on Oct. 29, 1983 
50,750 -- Penn State on Sept. 7, 1985 
49,800 -- North Carolina on Nov. 2, 1985 



TOP MARYLAND FOOTBALL CROWDS: The 

largest crowds to see a Maryland football team play 
include five National Champions. The largest crowd to 
see the Terrapins win was the 82,271 that saw a win over 
the Tennessee National Champions in the 1952 Sugar 
Bowl. 

105,282 -- Michigan on Sept. 28, 1985 
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) 
80,615 -- Clemson on Nov. 12, 1983 
78,091 - Penn State on Nov. 4, 1978 
78,037 — Clemson on Nov. 16, 1985 
76,561 - Oklahoma on Jan. 1, 1956 (Orange Bowl) 
75,600 -- Auburn on Nov. 5, 1983 
74,161 Tennessee on Sept. 13, 1975 



100 YARD GAMES BY CURRENT TERRAPINS: 

Alvin Blount has topped 100 yards rushing five times 
while Tommy Neal has rushed for more than 100 yards 
three times. "Ziz" Abdur-Ra'oof has twice topped 100 
yards on pass receptions with 123 on four catches against 
Vanderbilt and 1 16 on four against Wake Forest. Tight 
End Ferrell Edmunds had 101 yards on six catches 
against Clemson last fall. 

214 by Alvin Blount (29) vs Clemson '84 

186 by Alvin Blount (28) vs Virginia '85 

132 by Alvin Blount (24) vs Syracuse '85 

123 by "Ziz" Abdur-Ra'oof (4) vs Vanderbilt '84 

122 by Tommy Neal (9) vs Duke '84 

1 16 by "Ziz" Abdur-Ra'oof (4) vs Wake Forest '85 

1 13 by Tommy Neal (13) vs Clemson '84 

109 by Alvin Blount (23) vs West Virginia '84 

107 by Tommy Neal (12) vs Tennessee '84 

104 by Alvin Blount (9) vs Virginia '84 

101 by Ferrell Edmunds (6) vs Clemson '85 



TOP RUSHING PERFORMANCES: Alvin Blount 
has two of the top 12 games carrying the football in 
Maryland history. 

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 (17) 1984 

217— 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 

186— Alvin Blount vs Virginia (26) 1985 

180— Louis Carter vs N.C. State (35) 1974 

178— Charlie Wysocki vs Clemson (32) 1979 



1985 MARYLAND HOME ATTENDANCE: Bobby 
Ross and the Maryland Terrapins established attendance 
records for college football in the state as they averaged 
51,546 for six home games including one in Baltimore's 
Memorial Stadium. The old record of 46,403 for six 
games was established in the second year for Bobby Ross 
and his staff at Maryland in 1983 with all six games in 
Byrd Stadium. 



1984 and 1985 FINAL FOOTBALL POLLS: The final 
1984 polls had USA TODAY, CNN rank Maryland 
ninth, THE SPORTING NEWS 10th. UPI I 1th and AP 
1 2th. The final 1 985 polls had the SAGARIN Computer 
Rankings list the Terrapins 13th, USA TODAY/CNN 
17th, AP 18th and UPI 19th. 



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