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Full text of "University of Maryland men's football media guides"

Boomer Esiason 
Media Guide 1983 




Dan Henning 
Game Program 1987 





RYLAND 

FOOTBALL 1989 




Neil ODonneU 
Terrapin Game Day 1988 



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Media Guide 1989 



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Press guides, press 
guides, there can be no col- 
lege football team without a 
press guide. About the time 
Byrd Stadium was 
constructed m 1950, Mary- 
land produced its first press 
guide. Soon after a national 
championship arrived (1953), 
and the press guide became 
de rigueuT, like blocking 
dummies, numbered jersies, 
barbells and free press box 
food. 

Roaming across the cover 
of numerous guides and 
game programs, as well as 
Byrd, came the Terrapin 
quarterback. He was special. 
He was drafted often into 
the dream of professional 
football. He threw for miles 
before a football mad fan, 
who for many seasons was 
just south of Johnny Unitas 
and north of Sonny 
Jurgensen. The Maryland 
fan identified with the 
splendid quarterback. Why 
not? 

In their footsteps a year 
ago came the NFL Player of 
the Year, Boomer Esiason, 
Class of '84. In the AFC 
Championship Game, Esia- 
son of the Cincinnati Ben- 
gals was on the opposite 
sideline of Stan Gelbaugh, 
Class of '86, and Frank Re- 
ich, Class of '85, who were 
Buffalo Bill quarterbacks. 

And in their footsteps 
comes Neil O'Donnell, Class 
of '89 and Graduate Student. 
The most accurate passer in 
school history, O'Donnell led 
the Terps to a hrst division 
ACC finish in 1988. In the 
season's 10th game, Mary- 
land played eventual league 
champion Clemson for the 
league lead. This was be- 
yond lowly pre-season pre- 
dictions, and O'Donnell was 
a key to unexpected suc- 
cess. His heart and leader- 
ship were as valuable as his 
right arm, which has put 
him in the position to carry 
beyond most of his Terp pre- 
decessors. O'Donnell's 1989 
begins with a press guide; it 
could end with him rewrit- 



ing a good portion of its 
record section. 

And m his footsteps? 
Scott Zolak, Class of '91, 
has already distiguished 
himself m the ACC wars, 
and yet undiscovered Terps 
are ready to continue. 

Welcome to Byrd 

There is pleasure in 
showing off Maryland. 
There is a lot to do, a lot to 
see within miles of Byrd 
Stadium. The road out of 
College Park quickly hits 
Baltimore's Inner Harbor, 
ArmapoUs's waterlme, and 
Washington's monuments. 
We try to bring something 
of the state to football Satur- 
day's: the state flag leads 
the Terps onto the field, and 
in the press box Joe F. Blair 
can recount past glories of 
Maryland like no one else. 
Joe was the SID for the 1953 
National Champions, and he 
IS the gracious propneter of 
the Byrd Box where Mary- 
land Crab Soup and on occa- 
sion a Crab Cake is served. 
One amenity Joe is not m 
charge of is the very loud 
cannon fired after Terp TDs. 
Ask Joe for a soup, but 
don't ask him about the can- 
non. In a state long on tradi- 
tion, hospitality is revered. 



Maryland Hunt Valley- 
Crab Soup 

2 cups chopped onion; 2 
cups chopped celery; 1 cup 
chopped carrots, 1 cup 
chopped green peppers; 3 
qts. chicken or fish stock; 4 
ozs. ground beef; 4 ozs. but- 
ter; 1 tsp. Old Bay season- 
ing; 1/4 tsp. tyme; 1/4 tsp. 
black pepper; 1/4 tsp. cay- 
enne pepper; 1/2 tsp. salt; 
one 28 oz. can of tomatoes; 
1 1/2 lbs. back fm crab 
meat. Mix all ingredients, 
except crab meat, and sim- 
mer slowly. Skim the surface 
during heating, and cook 
until the vegetables are soft. 
Add crab meat and cook for 
10 minutes, while stirring 
carefully. Feeds 12. 



Welcome to Maryland 



Before Your Visit 

Ciuiluiitial.s bhould be or- 
dered from the Sports Infor- 
mation Office at least two 
weeks before hitting the 
Byrd Box. Requests may be 
mailed on letterhead, or you 
may join the information 
revolution and fax your re- 
quest. Only working press 
will be admitted to the press 
box. (What IS nonworking 
press? Answer: members of 
the media who are not nec- 
essarily on immediate dead- 
hne, and who give the im- 
pression in the press box of 
being on a cruise.) 

Since some home games, 
like the Terp visit to Balti- 
more's Memorial Stadium for 
the Penn State game, prove 
more equal than others, 
early requests for creden- 
tials are essential. We will 
try to accomodate all 
requests, but it may not 
prove possible. 

Player interviews may be 
ordered through Joe Blair, 
Herb Hartnett or Ivan Melt- 
zer. They need 24 hours ad- 
vance notice to arrange an 
mterview, which is best ac- 
complished in-person around 
daily practices. 
Student-athletes will return 
phone calls when requested; 
their phone numbers will 
not be distributed. 

Coach Krivak may be in- 
terviewed by telephone re- 
garding next week's game 
on Sunday afternoons (ap- 
proximately 3:30 to 5 p.m.). 
He IS available for in-person 
interviews during and after 
his Tuesday Noon press 
luncheons that are located 
m the Adult Education 
Building on campus, and be- 
fore and after daily 
practices. On Wednesdays 
he may be heard as part of 
the ACC Football Telecon- 
ference, which begins at 
11:00 a.m. with each league 
coach speaking for }0 min- 
utes. Krivak is heard at ap- 
proximately 11:40 as each 
coach speaks in alphabetical 
order by school. On Thurs- 
days Krivak is available for 



inteviews by telephone; the 
best time to contact him is 
Noon to 1:30 p.m. 

Coach Krivak requests 
that the media do not try to 
interview student-athletes 
between team meetings at 
any time. On Fridays the 
best time to interview Kri- 
vak is after the short prac- 
tice that occurs the day be- 
fore a game. 

Student-athletes are avail- 
able for interviews on Mon- 
day, but not Coach Krivak. 

Recorded interviews with 
Coach Krivak are provided 
for the press by Maryland's 
University radio station, 
WMUC, at 301-454-7420. 

Terrapin Game Day 

Working press and photo 
credentials will be mailed 
when possible. Credentials 
that can't be mailed are 
available at Window Six on 
the south (or press box) side 
of Byrd Stadium. 

Press Parking passes are 
honored in the parking ga- 
rage next to Cole Field 
House, which is across the 
street from the Byrd Press 
Box. At Baltimore Memorial 
Stadium, press parking is 
close to the elevator which 
leads to the press box. 

The Byrd Box is located 
at the top of the south 
stands and print media are 
located on the second level, 
originating television crews 
and photographers on the 
roof. Baltimore Memorial 
Stadium's press box is on 
the facing of the upper deck, 
and Its photo box runs along 
the front of the booth. At 
Byrd, the media must enter 
through exterior stairs to the 
second level. 

Before the game photog- 
raphers will be issued arm 
bands at midfieid behind the 
Maryland bench. The sports 
information photo coordina- 
tor on the sidelines is Rose 
Pietrzak. No photographer 
will be allowed to work un- 
less they have both the pho- 
tographer's pass which 
gamed them admittance, 
and an arm band. Rose will 



have programs, flips, and 
food on the field. 

Those needing to write 
will be given preferential 
treatment when providing 
table space. There are tele- 
phones available to the me- 
dia to transmit stories. Any- 
one wishing their own 
phone may order one from 
the Chesapeake & Potomac 
Telephone Company of 
Maryland, 301-852-4540. 

Terrapin Game Days 

Sepluniber 2 NorUi Cdiuliiia St. 

Caner-Fmley Stadium 3 00 p m 

1988 Maryland 30. N C St, 26 

September 9 West Virginia 

Byrd Stadiuiir 1 p m 

1988 West Virginia 55. Maryland 24 

September 16 Western Michigan 

Byrd Stadium 1 p ni 

1988 Did not play 

September 23 Clemson 

Memorial Stadium Noon 

1988: Clemson 49. Maryland 25 

September 30 Michigan 

Michigan Stadium 1 p m 

1988 Did not play 

October 7 Georgia Tech 

Gram Field 1 p.m 

1988: Maryland 13. Georgia Tech 8 

October 14 Wake Forest 

Groves Stadium Noon 

1988 Wake Forest 27, Maryland 24 

October 21 Duke (Homecoming) 

Byrd Stadium 1 p m 

1988 Maryland 34. Duke 24 

October 28 North Carolina 

Byrd Stadium Noon 

1988 Maryland 41, UNC 38 

Nov. 11 Penn State 

Baltimore Memorial Stadium 1 p m. 

1988 Penn State 17. Maryland 10 

Nov. 18 Virginia 

Byrd Stadium Noon 

1988 Virginia 24, Maryland 23 

Post Game 

Complete statistics will 
be distributed, enough to 
satisfy lovers of drive charts 
and esoteric football minu- 
tia. Quotatons from both 
coaches will be duplicated 
for those unable to hear two 
coaches speak m two differ- 
ent places at the same time. 
There is no common post- 
game press conference fea- 
turing the combatants. 

The Play-by-Play by Jeff 
Rhodes is not common. 
"Leaps the pile." "pseudo- 
reverse," "Herculean," 
"risks life and hmb," "tanks 
up the middle," "wobbles 
forward," "something is not 
cricket," are just a few of 



the phrases Rhodes employs 
to raise the Play-by-Play 
above a dull read. In one 
drive this year, he "verbed" 
his way to star status: 
"veers," "tanks," "motors 
around," "jukes," "slices," 
"scampers," "blasts," 
"grinds," "rumbles," and 
""trucks around" were in- 
cluded in a particularly col- 
orful, descriptive sequence. 

Food service is available 
on the second level of the 
Byrd Box. There is no need 
for the media to practice the 
ancient reportorial art of 
snarffing by going to the 
first floor for better food. 
Matt Sheriff and Jim 
AUenchey of the Maryland 
Dming Service will have 
their crab soup for every 
home game on the second 
level, and crab cakes will be 
stocked for special 
occasions 

Post-game stats are for- 
warded free of charge on a 
Fax machine. See Joe F. 
Blair if you need post-game 
stats moved quickly. 

Post Game Interviews for 
Maryland will be held in the 
Football Team Building in 
the northeast corner of the 
Byrd complex. Blair and 
Ivan Meltzer will bring to 
the football classroom all 
Maryland athletes asked for 
by the press, and Head 
Coach Krivak. 'Visiting 
coaches and players are 
available at the visitor's 
lockerroom which is also in 
the northeast corner of the 
Byrd complex. Visiting SIDs 
coordinate these interviews, 

A wrap-up of the game is 
on the Terphone (301-454- 
TERP). 




MARYLAND 
TERRAPINS 



The University 



Board of Regents 

Margaret Alton 

Baltimore City 

Richard 0. Bemdt. Esq. 

Baltimore City 

Roger R. Blunt 

Montgomery County 

Henry R. Lord 

Baltimore County 

George V. McGowan 

Anne Arundel County 

Peter F. O'Malley, Esq., Chair 

Prince George's County 

Honorable Benjamin L. Brown 

Baltimore City 

Charles W. Cole. Jr. 

Baltimore County 

Ilona Modley Hogan, Esq. 

Frederick County 

Ann R: Hull 

Anne Arundel 

and Prince George's Counties 

Thomas J. Owen 

Montgomery County 

Constance M. Unseld 

Baltimore County 

John W.T. Webb, Esq. 

Wicomico County 

Dr. Albert N. Whiting 

Howard County 

Frank A, Gunther 

Montgomery County 

Central Administration 

Dr. David S. Sparks 

Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. 

Graduate 

Dr. Raymond J. Miller 

Vice Chancellor for Agricultural Affairs 

Mr. Donald L. Myers 

Vice Chancellor for General 

Administration 

Dr. Patricia S. Florestano 

Vice Chancellor for Governmental 

Relations 

Dr. Jean E. Spencer 

Vice Chancellor for Policy and Planning 

Mr. Robert G. Smith 

Vice Chancellor for University Relation.s 

College Park Campus 

Dr. Irwin Goldstein 

Acting Vice-President tor Academic 

Affairs and Provost 

Mr. Charles F. Sturtz 

Vice-President for Administrative Affairs 

Reese Cleghom 

Acting Vice-President for Institutional 

Advancement 

Dr. William L. Thomas, Jr. 

Vice Chancellor tor Student Affairs 

Administrative Deans 

Dr. Jacob K. Goldhaber (Acting) 

Graduate Studies and Research 

Dr. Melvin N. Bernstein 

Summer Programs 

Dr. Kathryn J. Mohman 

Undergraduate Studies 



President 




Dr. William E. Kirwan 

As president of the Univer- 
sity of Maryland College Park 
(UMCP), Dr. Kirwan leads a 
campus of nearly 37,000 stu- 
dents. Seven of its academic 
programs — art, history, 
physics, mathematics, com- 
puter science, electrical engi- 
neering, zoology, and eco- 
nomics — rank among the 
top ten of such programs of 
public universities nation- 
wide. 

In competitive awards of 
federal grants, UMCP ranks 
fourth m the nation among 
public university campuses 
without a medical school. It 
ranks first on the East Coast 
and 10th among public uni- 
versities m the number of 
prestigous fellowships 
awarded to faculty during 
the past five years. 

Dr. Kirwan joined the Uni- 
versity of Maryland College 
Park in 1964 as an assistant 
professor of mathematics. He 
rose through the faculty 
ranks as associate professor 
(1968-72), professor (1972- 
present) and chairman (1977- 
81). 

In 1981, he was appointed 
to the campus's chief aca- 
demic post, vice chancellor 
for academic affairs. He 
served as acting chancellor 
for four months m 1982 and 
returned in November to his 
vice chancellor position. He 
was appointed provost in 
1986. With the birth of the 
new University of Maryland 
System, he became vice 
president for academic af- 



fairs in 1988 and also was 
appointed acting president 
that year. 

A native of Louisville, KY, 
Dr. Kirwan received a bache- 
lor's degree from the Univer- 
sity of Kentucky in 1960. He 
went to school on a football 
scholarship and his father 
was Kentucky head coach. 
He holds a master's degree 
(1962) and a Ph.D. (1964) 
from Rutgers University. All 
of his degrees are in mathe- 
matics. 

Dr. Kirwan, 50, and his 
wife, Patricia, live in Silver 
Spring, MD. Their son has a 
bachelor's and a master's 
degree m architecture from 
the College Park campus; 
their daughter is a junior at 
the campus. 

Director of Athletics 




Lew Perkins 

Perkins is an athletic ad- 
ministrator who has gained 
national notice for his com- 
mitment to the education of 
the student-athlete, and for 
his ability at infusing new 
growth into once successful 
programs. 

Perkins earned his way to 
Maryland and the Atlantic 
Coast Conference by build- 
ing one athletic department 
from Its beginning (South 
Carolina at Aiken, 
1969-1980), infusing a tradi- 
tional program with record- 
setting grovrth (Pennsylva- 
nia, 1980-1983), and 
rebuilding the fortunes of 
Wichita State (1983-1987). 
He was selected by the Ari- 
zona Republic as one of the 



nation's best athletic direc- 
tors while at Wichita State, 
and m a unique pronounce- 
ment, the NCAA cited Wich- 
ita State for running an ex- 
emplary program. 

Among Perkins's initial 
decisions at Maryland was 
to create an Academic Sup- 
port Unit that continues to 
get top priority in any Terra- 
pin athletic plans. Given the 
job of adjusting the 
academic scales m the ath- 
letic department, he created 
awards for classroom ori- 
ented student-athletes, 
opened up the department 
to in-put from the faculty, 
and students, and imple- 
mented campus policies de- 
signed to strengthen aca- 
demics. 

The just completed school 
year saw Perkins inaugurate 
The Maryland Partnership, a 
matching gifts program be- 
tween the state and friends 
of University athletics, 
Maryland is now raising $12 
million in private donations 
to match $7 million in state 
funds. Of these monies, S16 
million IS to go to the refur- 
bishment of the Byrd Sta- 
dium complex. 

On-field success in 1988- 
1989 was higlilighted by the 
women's basketball and 
men's lacrosse teams reach- 
ing their NCAA Final Four 
competitions. Maryland 
hosted the Lacrosse Final 
Four, and it has been 
awarded the NCAA Wres- 
tling and Volleyball champi- 
onships m 1990, and hrst 
and second round NCAA 
men's basketball games in 
1991. 

He is married to the 
former Gwen Flaum. Like 
Lew, she earned both an 
undergraduate degree from 
Iowa and a master's degree 
m education from the Uni- 
versity of South Carolina. 
They have two daughters. 
Amy, 18, a Maryland stu- 
dent, and Holly, 16. 



Terp Table 



Maryland 

The University 4-5 

Byrd Stadium 6 

Traditions 7 

1989 

The Terrapins 

Top Trip ,K., Kiivak 8-9 

Terps Assibtauis 10-13 

Medical Staff 13 

The Terrapin Tri-Captains .... 14 

The Terrapins, Players 1 5-39 

New Terps 40-42 

Terp Depth 57 & 60 

Terp Alpha Roster 58-59 

Pronunciations 57 

Terp Numerical Roster 60 

1988 

Terp Roundup 

Louisville 43 

West Virginia 43 

N.C.St 44 

Syracuse 44 

Georgia Tech 45 

Wake Forest 45 

Duke 46 

North Carolina 46 

Penn St 47 

Clemson 47 

Virginia 48 

Terp Starters 48 

Terp Team Stats 49-50 

Willie Johnson 's 

Original 

Crab Cake Recipe 

Mr. Johnson has been mak- 
mg Crab Cakes at the Univer- 
sity for over 31 years. He's 
proud to share his crab cuisine 
with Terp fans, and for anyone 
who wants a taste of Maryland. 
4 slices of bread 
1/4 lb. butter 
1/4 tsp. hot sauce 
1/4 tsp. dry mustard 
1/2 tsp. Old Bay seasoning 

1 tsp. Worcestershire Sauce 

2 eggs 

1 tsp. chopped parsley 
21bs. back fin crab meat 

Trim crusts from bread, and 
make coarsely chopped bread 
crumbs. Combine bread crumbs 
with melted butter, seasonmgs 
and Ugthtly beated eggs. Care- 
fully mix m the crab meat, but 
try to avoid over mixmg (this 
wiU help keep large chunks of 
crab meat m nuxture). 

Form into crab cakes, and 
saute m butter until golden 
brown. Makes 12 large cakes. 



1989 

Terp Preview 

N.C. St 51 

West Virginia 51 

Western Michigan 52 

Clemson 52 

Michigan 53 

Georgia Tech 53 

Wake Forest 54 

Duke 54 

North Carolina 55 

Penn St 55 

Virginia 56 

Future Schedules 56 

Terrapins Past 

Letterwinners 61-64 

Terp W-L with Opponents .... 65 

947 Terp Tilts 66-69 

Terp W-L by Year 70 

Coaches Records 70 

Terp Team Records 71-72 

Terp Indvidual Records 73-75 

Top Terp Season efforts 76 

Top Terp Career efforts 77 

Last Time for the Terps 78 

All-Terp All-ACC 79 

Terp Team Awards 80-81 

All-Terp All-America 82-83 

Pro Terps 84 

Terp Hall of Fame (M Club). . . 85 

FB Hall of Fame Tatum 86 

FB Hall of Fame Ward 87 



FB Hall of Fame Scuiljaili 88 

Outland Winner 

Modzelewski 89 

Outland Winner White 90 

Terp National Trophies 91 

ACC Champs 1953, 1955 92 

ACC Champs 1974, 1975 93 

ACC Champs 1976, 1983 94 

ACC Champs 1984, 1985 95 

1948 Gator Bowl 96 

1950 Gator Bowl 96 

1952 Sugar Bowl 97 

1954 Orange Bowl 97 

1956 Orange Bowl 98 

1973 Peach Bowl 98 

1974 Liberty Bowl 99 

1975 Gator Bowl 99 

1977 Hall of Fame Bowl 100 

1977 Cotton Bowl 100 

1978 Sun Bowl 101 

1980 Tangerine Bowl 101 

1982 Aloha Bowl 102 

1983 Citrus Bowl 102 

1984 Sun Bowl 103 

1985 Cherry Bowl 103 

Ranked Terps AP, 

USA Today 104 

Ranked Terps UPI 105 

Class Terps, Academics 106 

Terp Support 

Academic Counseling 107 

Strength and Conditioning... 108 

Facilities 109 

Athletic Directory 110 

Maryland Partnership, Byrd .111 




Maryland Partnership... 112-113 
Maryland Broadcast Group . 114 

Tube Terps 115 

Terp Watchers, The Media .116 
Terp Travel Plans 116 

The Maryland Football Press Guide 

was designed by Herb Harlnett and 
Charlie Guillette, and edited by 
Chuck Walsh with help from Ivan 
Meltzer Joe F Blair, Dee Stough, 
Neal Eskin, Frank Bertucci, and 
Heather Lewis were also contribu- 
tors. A thanks to John Heisler for 
his road map of a media guide 
which others use as the standard. 
Photographs are by Larry Grouse, 
Supervisor of Photo Services for the 
University and his assistant Cindy 
Grim: Brian Lewis: Katie Zernhelt. 
Cover photo of Neil O'Donnell stand- 
ing by a Heidelberg Offset Printing 
Press IS by Lewis and taken at 
Presstar, Silver Spring, MD, thanks 
to the gracisousness of Bob 
Ostrosky and Dave Pfeiffer, Media 
guides and programs on the covers 
were produced by sports informa- 
tion direaors Joe F. Blair, Bill Dis- 
mer, Dan Daniels, Jack Zane, This 
book was pnnted by Colonial Litho- 
graph (Charlie Guillette, Catherine 
LaSalandra, Dave Redding, Dawn 
Palladini. George Cassey, Arthur Ly- 
man, Roger Boucher. Todd Gorman, 
and Craig Jordan). It was accom- 
plished with the considerable help 
of the University's Paula Mandel- 
man. 



Maryland Sports 
Information 

Herb Hartnett 

Director 

(Home 301-730-8824) 

Ivan Meltzer, Joe F. Blair, 

Meltzer Home 301-474-0265 

Blair Home 301-589-6883 

Rose Pietrzak, Chuck Walsh 

Assistant Direaors 

Dee Stough 

Secretary 

P Box 295 

Room 1112. Cole Field House 

CoUege Park. MD 20740-0295 

301-454-2123/2700 

301-454-3100 Press Box 

301-927-2052 Fax 




The University at College Parle 



The History 

The university began in 
Baltimore m 1807 as a 
faculty-owned College of 
Medicine, which granted the 
M,D. degree. Five years 
later, more degrees were 
added when the college was 
renamed the University of 
Maryland. The first dental 
school m America, the Balti- 
more College of Dental Sur- 
gery, became a part of the 
university in 1840. Later, the 
university opened schools of 
pharmacy, law and nursing. 

The College Park campus 
opened in 1859 under a 
charter secured in 1856 by a 
group of Maryland planters. 
Then called the Maryland 
Agricultural College, it be- 
came one of the original 
land-grant schools in 1865. 
After a disastrous fire in 
1912, the State acquired con- 
trol of the college and paid 
to rebuild it. 

Until the 1988 reorganiza- 
tion of higher education in 
Maryland, the University of 
Maryland dated back to a 
1920 act of the State legisla- 




ture that joined the state- 
owned institution at College 
Park (UMCP) with the pro- 
fessional schools m Balti- 
more (UMAB). Three other 
campuses were added later: 
Baltimore County (UMBO, 



Eastern Shore (UMES), and 
University College (UMUC), 
the worldwide campus head- 
quartered m College Park. 
July 1, 1988 marked the 
end of one era m public 
higher education in the State 




of Maryland and the dawn 
of another. In April, 1988 
the State Legislature passed 
Senate Bill 459, the 1988 Ac- 
tion Plan for Higher Educa- 
tion. As a result, the five 
campuses comprising the 
former University of Mary- 
land were merged with six 
institutions of the Maryland 
Board of Trustees of State 
Universities and Colleges. 
The new University of Mary- 
land System was officially 
born on July 1, and as part 
of the law that created the 
new system, the State des- 
ignated College Park as the 
flagship campus of the 
state. 



The Faculty 

The reputation of any ma- 
jor university is based on 
the caliber of its faculty. 
College Park faculty are 
leaders in their fields, as 
conhrmed by the impressive 
number of Pulitzer Prizes, 
Guggenheim Fellowships 
and National Medals of Sci- 
ence awarded to them. Fac- 
ulty here have pioneered 
the use of lasers m the oper- 
ating room, written the de- 
finitive biographies of 
William Shakespeare and 
black educator Booker T. 
Washington, and founded a 
campus chorus that is inter- 
nationally acclaimed. Under- 
graduates can work directly 
with these experts - from 
their very first term at Col- 
lege Park to their last. The 
student to teacher ratio is 
approximately 16 to 1 - as 
low as that at many small 
colleges. College Park pro- 
fessors will challenge you to 
think, to question assump- 
tions and assertions, to ex- 
plore and to discover. 



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The Students 

MaiyiaiKl sludents are a 
diverse group of motivated 
men and women. And the 
time they spend outside the 
classroom is critical to their 
success. Campus life at Col- 
lege Park means an award- 
winning student newspaper 
and FM radio station, cham- 
pionship atWetic teams and 
intramural sports programs, 
Phi Beta Kappa and profes- 
sional societies, and a Uni- 
versity Theatre hailed by 
The Washington Post as one 
of the best in the metropoli- 
tan area. 

The Locale 

Nine miles from the na- 
tion's capital, College Park 
sits at the doorstep of some 
of the country's most impor- 
tant landmarks and institu- 
tions - from the United 
States Senate and the 
Smithsonian to the Library 
of Congress and the 
Kennedy Center for the Per- 
forming Arts. College Park 
is only a short drive from 
Baltimore - a great historical 
city and center of 
commerce, famed for its arts 
and architecture, new Na- 
tional Aquarium and colorful 
Inner Harbor. College Park's 
relationship with these two 
exceptional cities is not just 
one of proximity. 
Undergraduates receive 
hands-on experience at 
some of our most prominent 
agencies and governmental 
institutions - including 
NASA, the National 
Archives, and Congress it- 
self. Because of its unique 
location College Park is also 
able to draw upon Nobel 
Prize winners, cabinet mem- 
bers, and internationally re- 
nowned scientists, artists, 
and writers who come to 
the campus to share their 
knowledge. 



Byrd Stadium 



Byrd Stadium 

Dedicated m 1950, Byrd 
Stadium has been home to 
national championship foot- 
ball, field hockey and 
lacrosse teams, and to 56 
ACC Track and Field cham- 
pions. It hosted the Queen of 
England at a football game 
in 1957, and was the stage 
where the fastest hurdler in 
history, Renaldo Nehemiah, 
performed his wonders. 
NCAA Championships in 
men's and women's lacrosse 
have been held there, and m 
May every attendance record 
for the sport was broken 
when over 44,000 watched 
the Final Four of men's la- 
crosse. Many of the great 
moments in Maryland prep 
school history happened 
there, was well as the Spe- 
cial Olympics and The Mary- 
land State Games. Byrd Sta- 
dium IS a Maryland tradition. 

Funds are being raised 
through The Maryland Part- 
nership, a matching gift pro- 
gram between the state and 
friends of Maryland Athlet- 
ics, to refurbish the entire 
Byrd Stadium complex, in- 
cluding the Football Team 
House. 

Named after Dr. H.C. Byrd, 
who was both a football 
coach and college president, 
the stadium was part of the 
enormous post-World War 11 
expansion of the University 
overseen by Byrd and Dr. 
Wilson Elkms. 

The stadium presently 
seats 41,000, but with tem- 
porary seating placed in the 
end zones and around the 
top of the bowl, up to 58.973 
(Penn State, Nov. 1, 1975) 
have witnessed games 
there. Byrd Stadium was 
thought to be m the first 
phase of construction when 
it opened. Seating was to 
have been expanded to 
92,000 seats by doubledeck- 
ing the stadium and enclos- 
ing the open end of the 
horseshoe with seating. To- 
day's plans at refurbishment 
contain no plans for 
expanded seating. 




The opening of Byrd 
cheers and a victory 



Stadium, Sept. 
over Navy. 



30, 1950, was accompanied by 




Terp Traditions 

Testudo, a Diamondback 
Turtle whose name is de- 
rived from the scientific 
classification for turtle (tes- 
tudmes), is the mascot of 
the University of Maryland. 
Testudo's flight to become 
official mascot was (there is 
no other description) slow. 
But once on top, Testudo 
has reigned with a bronze- 
like grip, peering at genera- 
tions of younger Terps 
crossing m front of, or enter- 
ing, the Theodore R. McKel- 
din Library in the heart of 
the College Park campus. 
The 500 pound terrapin's 
days of roving to conquer 
rival campuses at the be- 
hest of the College Park stu- 
dent body are over, his un- 
disturbed regal bearing 
insured by his being bolted 
to a concrete throne. 

The need for a mascot 
was essential m the early 
1920s in a world littered 
with Wildcats. Tigers, Dev- 
ils, Wolves, Bears, and all 
sorts of traditional names 
derived from a half-century 
of college athletics. Mary- 
land was consolidated from 
different state schools in 
1920 to form the base of to- 
day's wide-ranging state 
system and it needed a flag- 
earner to do battle with Wa- 
hoos. Lions, and Generals. 

Dr. H.C. Byrd, the Univer- 
sity President m 1922, rec- 
ommended the Diamond- 
back as mascot m response 
to the student newspaper's 
search for an "official" 
leader. Although his sugges- 
tion was, indeed, "official," 
there were some who re- 
sisted, opting for the older 
and historically entrenched 
term, Old-Lmers. A label de- 
rived from the Revolutionary 
War when Maryland 
soldiers earned the accolade 
for bravery and persever- 
ence in the face of British 
troops, Old-Liners had a 
more vocal lobby than the 
speechless turtle. 



By 1935, however, the 
Yearbook had changed its 
name from Reveille to Terra- 
pin by a vote of the student 
body, and save for some 
splintered resistance, Testu- 
do's family had won. News- 
papers, even then exploring 
every angle, shortened Ter- 
rapin to Terp. but Testudo 
by any name is still a turtle. 

Samuel P. Gorham of Prov- 
idence, R.I., cast Testudo m 
bronze at the request of the 
Class of 1933. He was mod- 
eled after a feisty Diamond- 
back that came from Dr. By- 
rd's hometown of Cnsfield. 
Dr. Byrd's choice of mascot 
was not intended to reflect 
the docility of Maryland 
teams. As a small boy near 
his home he surely found out 
what so many others have 
discovered about Terrapins 
— they bite. 

Colors 

The colors of the Univer- 
sity of Maryland are those of 
the state flag — gold, red, 
black and white. 

Maryland's flag bears the 
arms of the Calvert and 
Crossland families. Calvert 
was the family name of the 
Lords Baltimore who 
founded Maryland, and their 
colors of gold and black ap- 
pear in the first and fourth 
quarters of the flag. Cross- 
land was the family of the 
mother of George Calvert, 
first Lord Baltimore. The red 
and white Crossland colors, 
with a Greek cross terminat- 
ing m the foils, appear in the 
second and third quarters. 
The flag was first flown m 
Its present form October 25, 
1888, at Gettysburg Battle- 
field for ceremonies dedicat- 
ing monuments to Maryland 
regiments of the Army of the 
Potomac. It was offically 
adopted in 1904. Maryland 
law requires that if any orna- 
ment IS affixed to the top of 
a flagstaff carrying the Mary- 
land flag, the ornament must 
be a gold cross bottony. 




Testudo 



Like the long trek of Tes- 
tudo to become mascot, the 
trip for these colors to arrive 
as "official" was marked by 
factionalism. By the post 
World War 11 years, there 
was disgruntlement from the 
press and others that Mary- 
land's fooball uniforms were 
difficult to read, and Old 
Gold and Black were deemed 
the colors, even though red 
had been an official color. By 
the time of Coach Jim Ta- 
tum's matchless era of suc- 
cess, which included a Na- 
tional Championship in 1953, 
the football team was back 
m red. Today's Maryland 
football teams mcorporate aU 
the colors of the state flag, 
although the predominate 
University of Maryland 
"fight" color is red. 




Football in 
College Park 

Football was recognized 
as an official school athletic 
function in 1892 when Mary- 
land m College Park was the 
Maryland Agricultural Col- 
lege. It was played as early 
as 1889 in an era of infor- 
mality, 33 years after the 
Agricultural College's found- 
ing. 

The following excerpt 
from A History of the Uni- 
versity of Maryland concerns 
these times before the Uni- 
versity m Baltimore and Col- 
lege Park were consohdated 
to form the present state 
system. It is written from 
the perspective of the Uni- 
versity m Baltimore. 
"Intercollegiate athletics has 
facilitated the development 
of many academic institu- 
tions, and at Maryland the 
new spirit was expressed in 
a football yeU. In 1895 a 
medical school student 
named Norfleet Gibbs orga- 
nized a medical-dental-law 
school football team that de- 



Terp Traditions 



feated Baltimore City Col- 
lege twice and lost to St. 
John's. The uniforms were a 
motley array of padded 
clothes with the letter M 
painted on the shirts, but 
the players were immedi- 
ately heroes, and for the 
first time the students in the 
various schools felt a sense 
of unity. Students and fac- 
ulty formed an atliletic asso- 
ciation; the professors paid 
for real uniforms; teams of 
baseball, ice hockey, track 
and basketball appeared; 
and friends of the Univeristy 
began reading about the in- 
stitution in newspaper 
sports pages. Since many of 
the University players were 
much older than regular col- 
lege students, there was 
difficulty flnding opponents 
at first; but the University's 
approximately even won- 
lost record soon attracted 
such schools as the Mary- 
land Agricultural College, St. 
John's, Navy, Georgetown 
and, occasionally, such dis- 
tant schools as Rutgers and 
North Carolina. The greatest 
sports rival was Johns Hop- 
kins, and contests with it in 
any sport attracted throngs 
of students, faculty and 
alumni. When a dental de- 
partment professor won a 
prize at a state exhibition 
for a set of plates made of 
maroon and black rubber, 
the University teams 
adopted those colors as 
theirs. Freshmen received a 
pamphlet of University 
cheers to memorize, and fre- 
quently faculty members led 
the cheers: "Rif! Raf! 
Ruf!-Rifl Raf I Ruf!- Uni- 
versity of Maryland! — 
Pretty Hot stuff! I!" 

The cheer is no longer 
used. 

The Agricultural College 
was renamed Maryland 
State College m 1916. and in 
1920 that school merged 
with Baltmiore to form what 
is today's state-wide Univer- 
sity of Maryland. Football 
was played continuously 
through the name changes 
in College Park. 



Top Terp 



■''safc. 




Joe Knvak's philosophy on 
coaching, and indeed on life, 
IS reflected m the way he 
moves from points A to B. 
He does not walk so much 
as strides out. There is no 
affectation. Purpose fulness, 
yes, and directness, but no 
bull and excess glitter are m 
him. He is a unique combina- 
tion of strength and truth, 
his humihty underlining his 
credibility. 

When Joe Krivak accepted 
the head coaching job at 
Maryland on December 10, 
1986, his University was be- 
ing scrutinized unlike any 
other. Maryland needed 
strength, the kind of 
strength born of expertise 
and honesty. Maryland has 
gotten both. 

His expertise produced a 
coaching job in the Atlantic 
Coast Conference that was 
exceeded by no one a year 
ago. Belying its geographical 
place of being on top of the 
ACC logo, the Terps were 
picked in the second divi- 
sion. Further, a schedule 
that USA Today would rank 



the third toughest in colle- 
giate football awaited. 
Through the first eight 
weeks of the season, Mary- 
land was 5-3 and tied for 
first in the ACC. The show 
down for the league title 
was m College Park Nov. 12, 
with once beaten Clemson 
overcoming a halftime Terp 
lead to win. Elitist stuff for 
second division prospects. 

So Maryland, a proud foot- 
ball school with eight bowl 
invitations between 1977 
and 1987, got a first division 
ACC finish in Knvak's sec- 
ond season. He came within 
a two point conversion of 
finishing in second place. 
The Terps executed Knvak's 
sophisticated offense to the 
tune of 3,885 yards. Krivak 
and Maryland were in every 
game, the players and 
coaches committed to maxi- 
mum effort. It showed. 

Knvak's 1988 did not end 
with the collegiate season. 
He saw three of his Mary- 
land quarterbacks — Cincin- 
nati's Boomer Esiason and 
Buffalo's Stan Gelbaugh and 



Frank Reich — on the rosters 
of the AFC Championship 
game teams. Esiason was 
named the NFL's Most Valu- 
able Player. 

Krivaks' first season, 1987, 
started with hope and two 
wins in the first three 
games. Then injuries and a 
schedule that had Miami, 
Penn State, West Virginia 
and Syracuse as the non- 
league line-up took its toll. 
Still, the Terps moved the 
ball for 3725 yards, taking a 
lot of real estate while going 
4-7. 

Krivak' s honesty is born of 
being a successful player at 
Syracuse m its late 1950s 
heydays, of being a high 
school coach for a decade m 
West Virginia, and of being 
assistant to come of coach- 
ing's brightest minds while 
at Syracuse, Navy, and 
Maryland. Knvak's assess- 
ments, whether it be on tal- 
ent or fourth-and-one, are 
respected. 

Knvak's time as assistant 
at Maryland produced two 
of his greatest competitive 
thrills. He was in the press 
box directing the Terp of- 
fense in the 42-40 victory 
over Miami m 1985 that was 
the greatest comeback m 
NCAA history (the Terps 
were down, 31-0, at the 
half). He also directed a 28- 
27 Sun Bowl victory over 
Tennessee that came after 
the Terps fell behind, 21-0. 




During Knvak's 10 year 
tenure at Maryland, the 
Terps are 76-39-2. They won 
six ACC championships and 
traveled to seven bowl 
games. As a Navy assistant, 
Krivak went to three bowls, 
and he played m the 1956 
Cotton Bowl while at Syra- 
cuse. 

Krivak was born in Cen- 
tral City, Pennsylvania, on 
March 20, 1935. His wife, 
Jean, is a Weirton, West Vir- 
ginia native. They have 
three sons, two of whom 
became Terps. Ed, 26, re- 
ceived his degree in engi- 
neering from Maryland m 
1987, while earning two let- 
ters as a pitcher on the 
baseball team. Jeff, 21, is a 
senior at the University, 
while John, 24, earned four 
letters while playing on the 
University of Richmond base 
ball team. 




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Krivak's Coaching Resume 



1958-68 Madonna High School (Weirton, WV) 

1958-60 Assislaiil Coach 
1961-68 Head Coach-50-24-2 in 8 seasons 
1969-73 Syracuse University, Assistant Coach 

1969 5-5 

1970 6-4 

1971 5-5-1 

1972 5-6 

1973 2-9 

1974-76 University of Maryland, Assistant Coach 

1974 8-4 6-0 m ACC-confeience championship 

- lost to Tennessee 7-3 in Liberty 
Bowl 

1975 9-2-1 5-0 in ACC-conference championship 

• beat Florida 13-0 in Gator Bowl 
11-1 5-0 m ACC-conference championship 

- lost to Houston 30-21 in Cotton Bowl 
U.S. Naval Academy, Assistant Coach 

5-6 

beat BYU 23-15 in Holiday Bowl 



1976 

1977-81 

1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 

1981 



9-3 

7-4 

8-4 

7-4-1 



lost to Houston 35-0 m Garden State 

Bowl 

lost to Ohio State 31-28 in Liberty 

Bowl 



1982 


8-4 


1983 


8-4 


1984 


9-3 


1985 


9-3 


1986 


5-5-1 



1982-86 University of Maryland, Assistant Coach 

5-1 in ACC - lost to Washington 21-20 

in Aloha Bowl 

5-0 in ACC-conference championship 

- lost to Tennessee 30-23 in Florida 
Citrus Bowl 
5-0 in ACC-conference championship 

- beat Tennessee 28-27 in Sun Bowl 
6-0 in ACC-conference championship 

- beat Syracuse 35-18 in Cherry Bowl 
2-3-1 in ACC 

1987 - University of Maryland, Head Coach 

1987 4-7 3-3 m ACC 

1988 5-6 

Record as High School Coach (8 years): 50-24-2 

Record as Syracuse Assistant (5 years): 23-29-1 

Record as Navy Assistant (5 years): 36-21-1. three bowl games 

Record as Maryland Assistant (8 years): 67-26-2, seven bow/l 

games 

Record as Maryland Head Coach (2 year): 9-13 



:)V Phil Masturzo 




Terp Assistants 



George Foussekis 




Assistant Head Coach 
Linebackers 

Foussekis, who came to Col- 
lege Park in 1972, has been to 
1 1 bowl games as a Terrapin 
assistant, and he developed 
some of the best linemen in 
school history along the way. 

He began his coaching career 
at Virginia Tech m 1969, and 
worked with the defensive line 
for two years. In 1971, he served 
as defensive coordinator at 
William & Mary, replacing 
Bobby Ross, a man who would 
become his boss at Maryland. 
The next year he became part of 
the Jerry Claiborne era, and 
worked with the successful Terp 
head coach for 10 years. When 
Clairborne moved to Kentucky, 
Foussekis stayed to coach under 
new head man Ross, After five 
years as his assistant. Foussekis 
elected to stay on when Joe Kri- 
vak was made coach in 1987. 

Foussekis numbers standout 
Terps like Walter White, Lloyd 
Burrus, Eric Wilson, and Steve 
Atkins among his recruits. Each 
moved on to the NFL, and Wil- 
son (first team Fooball News, 
1984) and Paul Velland (first 
team, American Football 
Coaches Association, 1973) each 
earned All-America honors. 
Specifics: 44 (4-28-45). 
Education: B.S. Arts & Sciences, 
Virginia Tech, 1968. 
M.S. Education, Bowie State 
(Md.) College, 1979. 
Played football at Virginia Tech, 
earning second team 
All- America honors in 1968 and 
honorable mention m 1966 and 
1967. First team all-Big Five 
1966, 1967, 1968 Competed in 
Liberty Bowl. 1966. and signed 
with Denver Broncos upon grad- 
uation. 

Coaching: Virginia Tech, Defen- 
sive Line Coach, team competed 



in Liberty Bowl, 1969-1971. Col- 
lege of William & Mary, Defen- 
sive Line Coach and Defensive 
Coordinator, 1971. University of 
Maryland. Defenisve Line Coach. 
1971-1981. teams won three 
ACC titles, competed in seven 
bowls. Assistant Head Coach for 
Defense. Linebacker Coach, 
teams won three ACC titles, 
competed m four Bowls, 1981- 
1986. Assistant Head Coach, 
Linebacker Coach, 1986-1989. 
Personal: Attended Lane High 
School in Charlottesville. Va., 
where he captained the football, 
basketball and baseball teams. 
Was first team all-state m foot- 
ball, team won state champion- 
ship his senior year. 

Greg Williams 




Assistant Coach 
Defensive Coordinator 
Defensive Backs 

Williams starts his second 
season as defensive coordinator 
and his seventh as defensive 
backheld coach. The promising 
secondary in 1989 follows in the 
footsteps of other units that 
have produced all-conference 
players like Clarence Baldwin, 
and Al and Keeta Covington. 

Williams has been both an 
offensive and defensive coordi- 
nator during his coaching career, 
and at most stops he has 
enjoyed championship success. 
He has been part of ACC cham- 
pionships at two schools — once 
with his alma mater. North Caro- 
lina State, and three times with 
Maryland. His 1989 spring prac- 
tice went better than his hrst as 
defensive coordinator a year 
ago. He had to install his new 
defense from a golf cart a year 
ago due to an off-season 
racquetball injury 

Specifics: 42 (10-20-46). 
Education: B.S. North Carolina 
Slate, 1969. 



Played football at State, letter- 
ing m 1965, 1966, 1967. Played 
in 1967 Liberty Bowl as defen- 
sive back. 

Coaching: North Carohna State, 
Defensive Back Coach as Gradu- 
ate Assistant, 1969, won ACC 
title. Youngstown State, Quar- 
terback and Wide Receiver 
Coach, 1970-1971. University of 
Tulsa, Defensive Back Coach, 
1971-1974, teams won three 
Missouri Valley titles in four 
years. West Virginia University, 
Defensive Coordinator, Defen- 
sive Back Coach, 1975-1976, 
team went to Peach Bowl in 
1975. Texas Christian Univer- 
sity, 1977-1978, Offensive Coor- 
dinator, Quarterback and Run- 
ning Back Coach. North Carolina 
State, Defensive Back Coach, 
1979, ACC titlists. Louisiana 
State University, Defensive Co- 
ordinator, Defensive Back 
Coach. University of Maryland, 
Defensive Coordinator, 1987- 
1988, coach of defensive backs, 
1982-1989. Teams went to four 
bowls 

Personal: From Danville, Pa., 
where he competed on the prep 
level in football, basketball and 
baseball, earning all-state in 
football for Danville H S He 
and wife Mary Anne have three 
children: Shelly. 20 (a junior 
at Maryland): Beth, 17; and 
Gavm, 5. 

Steve Axman 




Assistant Coach 
Quarterbacks 

Axman switched coasts to 
come to Maryland from UCLA to 
coach the Terp quarterbacks. 
Axman brings to Maryland ex- 
perience in designing innova- 
tive offenses that have helped 
build powerhouse programs at 
each stop along his coaching 
career In his most recent posi- 
tion, Axman was UCLA's offen- 



sive coordinator, leading the 
Bruins to a 20-4 record over the 
past two seasons and appear- 
ances in the 1987 Aloha Bowl 
and the 1988 Cotton Bowl. In 
addition to his coordinator du- 
ties, Axman was quarterbacks 
coach m 1987, tutoring Troy 
Aikman, who would go on to be 
the National Football League's 
No. 1 draft choice in 1989. Last 
year, he directed the Bruins of- 
fensive line. Axman has built 
his career directing 
high-powered offensive attacks, 
including a one-year stmt in the 
offensive-minded United States 
Football League with the Den- 
ver Gold. While with the Gold, 
he authored a magazine article 
titled: "You Can Throw Deep," 
a philosphy he directed to the 
held during coaching assign- 
ments at Stanford, Arizona and 
Illinois. 

Specifics: 42 (6-10-47) 

Education: B.A. History, C.W. 
Post College, 1969. M.S. Educa- 
tion, Long Island University, 
1972. M.Ed. Physical Education, 
East Stroudsburg State College, 
1975. 

Coaching: MacArthur High 
School, Head Coach, 1973-74. 
East Stroudsburg State, Defen- 
sive Line Coach, 1974-75. Al- 
bany State University, Offensive 
Line Coach, 1975-76. United 
States Military Academy, Offen- 
sive Line and Offensive Back- 
held Coach, 1976-78. University 
of Illinois, Quarterbacks Coach 
and Offensive Backheld Coach, 
1979-80. University of Arizona, 
Offensive Coordinator and 
Quarterbacks Coach, 1980-85. 
Denver Gold Football Team, 
USFL, Offensive Line Coach, 
1985. Stanford University, Of- 
fensive Line Coach, 1986. Uni- 
versity of California at Los An- 
geles, Offensive Coordinator, 
Quarterbacks Coach and Offen- 
sive Line Coach, 1987-88, 
Coached future No. 1 draft pick 
Troy Aikman and led UCLA to 
two bowl appearances — the 
1987 Aloha and 1988 Cotton. 
University of Maryland, Quarter- 
backs Coach, 1989. 

Personal: Graduate of Walt 
Whitman High School in Hun- 
tington, New York. He and his 
wife. Mane, have four girls: 
Mary Beth, 13, Jaclyn, 12, Mel- 
issa Sue, 5, Kimberly, 2. 



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Terp Assistants 



Dennis Murphy 




Assistant Coach 
Defensive Line 

Murphy is a motivator whose 
coaching base of operations 
broadened two years ago to ad- 
just to a new defensive scheme 
by the Terps, a multiple look on 
the frontline. Murphy is in 
charge of all the down linemen 
m the formation after having 
specialized m coaching the de- 
fensive guards for four Maryland 
bowl teams. 

An outstanding player at 
Notre Dame whose 
post-graduate exploits came not 
on the professional playing 
fields, but m the air over Viet- 
nam as a Navy officer. In five 
years as a Navy Flight Officer, 
he was decorated five times. On 
the field, Murphy was good 
enough to play in the 
North-South Shrine game and 
earn a contract with the Los An- 
geles Rams. 

Murphy's experience includes 
Division I stints as both offen- 
sive and defensive coordinator, 
and he has helped nine teams 
reach bowls during his career. 
Murphy earned a master's de- 
gree at Notre Dame while per- 
forming his coaching duties. 
Specifics: 48 (10-22-40) 
Education: B A University of 
Notre Dame, 1963. 
M.A. University of Notre Dame. 
1969. 

Played fooball for Notre Dame, 
competing in the North-South 
Shrine Game his senior season. 
Coaching: Umversrty of Notre 
Dame. Freshman Coach, helped 
with varsity that went to Cotton 
Bowl, 1969. Junior Varsity 
Coach, helped with vaisities 
that went to 1970 Cotton Bowl. 
1972 and 1974 Orange Bowls, 
and 1973 Sugar Bowl (National 
Champions). Colgate Umvesity, 
Offensive Lme Coach. 1975. 



Holy Cross College, Defensive 
Coordinator, Linebacker Coach, 
1976-1977. Eastern Michigan 
University, Offensive Coordina- 
tor, Offensive Line Coach, 1978- 
1981. University of Maryland, 
Defensive Line Coach, teams 
went to four bowls, 1982-1988. 

Personal: Graduated from John 
Adams High School in South 
Bend where he was all-state in 
football, and a standout in base- 
ball and wrestling. He and wife 
Cindy have four children: 
Michelle, 16; Kristen; 15, Lisa; 
13, and Kevin. 10 

Paul Tortorella 



School, Pittsburgh, PA., for one 
season, and a student assistant 
coach at his alma mater, Slip- 
pery Rock University, for a sea- 
son. 
Specifics: 26 (6-13-63) 

Education: B.S. Physical Educa- 
tion and Health, Slippery Rock 
University, 1985. 

Coaching: Slippery Rock Univer- 
sity, Student Assistant Coach, 
1984. Mt. Lebanon High School, 
Defensive Coordinator, 1985. 
University of Maryland, Volun- 
teer Assistant, Special Teams 
and Tight Ends, 1986-88. Uni- 
versity of Maryland, Special 
Teams, 1989. 

Personal: Attended Keystone 
Oaks High School in Pittsburgh, 
PA Tortorella is single. 




Assistant Coach 
Special Teams 

After a season as a volunteer 
assistant coach and three years 
on the Maryland staff, Tortorella 
assumes the coaching responsi- 
bilities this season of the Terps' 
special teams. A year ago, Tor- 
torella assisted Jeff Mann with 
the tight ends and special 
teams. Now that Mann has be- 
come the Terps administrative 
assistant, Tortorella will direct 
the special teams effort. He will 
be charged with revamping seg- 
ment of the team that must re- 
place All-Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence kicker Dan Plocki. The 
kickoff and placekickmg jobs, m 
fact, will not be assigned until 
the fall. Tortorella first came to 
College Park in 1986 as a gradu- 
ate assistant coach. He worked 
extensively with all phases of 
the defense — coordinating the 
defensive scout team and assist- 
ing the defensive coordinator. 
He assisted with on-campus re- 
cruitmg and campus visits, and 
this year wUl take the road for 
the first time with the Terps' 
other assistants on the recruit- 
ing trail. Prior to cormng to 
Maryland, he was defensive co- 
ordmator at Mt. Lebanon High 



Assistant Coach 
Receivers 

Portee's view of the Maryland 
program is unique. He enters 
his second season as receivers 
coach, and his charges a year 
ago were exceptional. A defen- 
sive coach for five years before 
that, he coached the outside 
linebackers. When he came to 
Maryland in 1982, he not only 
had on-field coaching and re- 
cruiting duties, but was in 
charge of film exchange and eli- 
gibility as well. 

Portee's first job in coaching 
was at his alma mater, Eisen- 
hower High School, Decatur, IL 
(1965-69). He then went to 
Illinois State University m 1969 
as freshman coach and served 
as defensive coordinator and 
the defensive secondary coach. 
He was named Assistant Ath- 
letic Director m charge of eligi- 
bility and also coached the of- 
fensive backfield and wide 
receivers m those five years at 
Illinois State, 1969-76. While 
there, he was also a member of 
the faculty. 



In 1976, he went to Cornell 
where he was secondary coach 
through the 1977-81 seasons. 

His willingness to get 
involved in a variety of areas 
has followed him to Maryland. 
Specifics: 46 (4-20-42). 
Education: B.S. Health and 
Physical Education, Eastern Illi- 
nois , 1965. M.S. Health and 
Physical Education, Illinois 
State University. 1971. Played 
football and earned four letters 
as undergraduate; was 
all-conference defensive back in 
1963. 

Coaching: Eisenhower H.S., De- 
catur, 111., football, basketball 
and tennis coach, 1965-1969. 
Illinois State University. Second- 
ary Coach for freshman 
program, 1969-1971 Illinois 
State University, Offensive Back 
Coach, 1972-1976. CorneU Uni- 
versity, Secondary Coach, 1977- 
1981. University of Maryland, 
Outside Linebacker Coach, 
1982-1986, teams went to three 
bowl games Receivers Coach, 
1987-1989. 

Personal: A graduate of Eisen- 
hower H.S. in Decatur, 111., he 
was a three year letterman in 
football, basketball, and base- 
ball, earning all-city in football. 
He and wife Dorothy have two 
children, Daniel, 21, and Ryan, 
15. 

Kurt 

Van Valkenburgh 




Assistant Coach 
Defensive Ends 

Kurt Van Valkenburgh joined 
Maryland's staff in 1986 after 
serving as defensive coordma- 
tor at Vanderbilt and secondary 
coach at Virgmia. He directs the 
defensive ends who fiU the role 
of outside linebackers in the 
scheme of the Terp playbook. 

Van Valkenburgh has spent 
the best portion of his 16 years 
as coach directmg linebackers 
and the secondary. He coached 



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Terp Assistants 



Paul Lawlor, who led the nation 
in interceptions, while at Col- 
gate His Vanderbilt secondary 
set a school record for intercep- 
tions, and the Commodores 
went to the Hall of Fame Bowl 
while he was in Nashville, 
Vandy defensive back Leonard 
Coleman was a first round pick 
in 1982 after working under Van 
Valkenburgh, 
Specifics: 39 (4-13-49) 
Education: B,S, Springfield Col- 
lege, 1971 

M.S. Education, State University 
of New York at Albany, 1974, 
Coaching: Mohawk H.S., Defen- 
sive Coordinator, 1972-1973, 
State University of New York at 
Albany, Linebacker Coach, 1974, 
team went undefeated. Union 
College, Defensive Coordinator, 
Secondary Coach, 1975-1976, 
Colgate University, Secondary 
Coach, 1977-1980, team 
recorded most wins for a season 
in school history. University of 
Virginia, 1980. Vanderbilt Uni- 
versity, Defensive Coordinator, 
Secondary Coach, team went to 
Hall of Fame Bowl. University of 
Maryland, Defensive Tackle 
Coach 1986, Defensive End 
Coach, 1987-1989. 
Personal: Went to Bishop Gib- 
bons High School in 
Schenectady, N,Y., where he 
was captain of the football team 
and all-county. He and wife 
Marilyn have three children: 
Heather, 15; Brock, 12; and 
Melissa, 9 

Tony Whittlesey 




Assistant Coach 
Running Backs 

Tony Whittlesey came home 
in 1987 when Head Coach Joe 
Krivak made hiring him his first 
order of personnel business. 
Whittlesey is from Kensington 
Md., and went to St. John's pre- 
patory school in Washington 



where he was an outstanding 
two-sport athlete. He coached 
with Krivak from 1978-1981 
when both were at the Naval 
Academy. 

Whittlesey also had a Mary- 
land connection when he went 
to DePauw in Indiana. He played 
under former Terp Head Coach 
Tommy Mont and stayed on to 
earn a master's degree while 
serving as a graduate assistant. 
Soon after leaving DePauw, 
Whittlesey became a 27-year-old 
head coach when he was ap- 
pointed at Bluffton College in 
Ohio, 

Coming home for Whittlesey 
also meant living near his par- 
ents who still reside in Kensing- 
ton His father, Merrell, was a 
Washington Star sportswriter on 
the college beat, covering Mary- 
land athletics for many years. 
Specifics: 42 (10-2-46), 
Education: B.A History, DeP- 
auw University, 1969. 
M,A. Education, DePauw Univer- 
sity, 1970 

Coaching: DePauw University, 
Head Freshman Team Coach as 
Graduate Assistant, 1969. Ha- 
nover College (Ind.), Defensive 
Coordinator, 1970-1974, Bluffton 
College (Ohio), Head Coach, 
1975-1976. University of Dayton, 
Offensive Coordinator, Offensive 
Line Coach, 1977. Naval Acad- 
emy, Linebacker Coach, 1978- 
1981 University of Virginia, 
Linebacker Coach, 1982-1986, 
team went to Peach Bowl in 
1984. University of Maryland, 
Running Backs, 1987-1989. 
Personal: Attended St, John's in 
Washington and competed m 
two sports, football and basket- 
ball He and wife Penny have 
two children, Matthew, 18, and 
Molly, 15 




John Zernhelt 



Minersville (Pa.) H.S (football, 
wrestling, track and field), and 
at Greenbrier (Va ) Military 
Academy 



John Zernhelt 




Assistant Coach 
Offensive Line 

A decade after graduating 
from Maryland, John Zernhelt 
returned to College Park as Of- 
fensive Line Coach. In between 
came being a part of the Na- 
tional Championship program at 
Ferrum Junior College, and a 
five-year tenure at Ea.st Carolina 
which included a Top 20 rank- 
ing for the Pirates in 1983. 
Three of his linemen went to 
the NFL, two the the USFL. 

Zernhelt directed the offen- 
sive line in each position, an 
area where he distinguished 
himself as a Terrapin 
undergraduate. He earned three 
letters while playing for a staff 
which included Head Coach Joe 
Krivak 

Specifics: 35 (1-4-1954) 

Education: B S. Distributive Ed- 
ucation, University of Maryland, 
1977. Played football and was a 
three-time letterwmner on the 
offensive line- 
Coaching: Ferrum (Va) Junior 
College, Offensive Line Coach, 
1977-1980. Teams won four 
Coastal Conference Champion- 
ships, four district champion- 
ships, and were National Cham- 
pions in 1977. Marshall 
University, Offensive Line 
Coach, 1981. East Carolina Uni- 
versity, Offensive Line Coach, 
1982-1986. Team ranked m Top 
20, 1983 University of Mary- 
land, Offensive Line Coach, 
1987-1989, 

Personal: Married to the former- 
Katie Radford from Ferrum, Va. 
Katie IS an accomplished pho- 
tographer whose work appears 
in this media guide. She was 
the football photographer for 
East Carolina when John was 
an assistant there. Played at 



Admistrative Assistant 
for Football 

Before assuming his adminis- 
trative duties this year, Mann's 
special teams have propelled 
several Terps into the ACC 
limelight. Rick Badanjek led the 
ACC in punt returns m 1983, 
Keeta Covington in 1984, and 
Covington paced kickoff return- 
ers in 1985. 

Jess Atkinson placekicked for 
the Redskins in 1987 after a 
record-setting career at Mary- 
land. During his senior 1988 
season placekicer Dan Plocki 
made the recordbook by never 
having missed a conversion at 
Maryland, making ?11 of his 92 
four-year attempts. 

Mann came to College Park 
SIX years ago from the Metro 
Nautilus Fitness Center in Dun- 
dalk. He has spent almost his 
whole athletic career in the 
Maryland area, and his wife, 
Karen is a graduate of the Uni- 
versity 

Specifics: 40 (5-15-49). 
Education: B.S. Phsycial Educa- 
tion, William & Mary College, 
1971. 

M.S. Secondary School Educa- 
tion, Athletic Administration, 
Towson State, 1981. 
Played football and lacrosse in 
college; played for Southern 
Conference football champions, 
competed in Tangerine Bowl. 
Coaching: Stratford Jr. H.S., Ar- 
lington, Va., Line coach, 1971- 
1973. 

Towson H.S., Baltimore, Md., 
Line coach, 1973-1974. 
Towson H.S,, Baltimore, Md,, 
Head Coach, 1976-1977. 
Loyola H.S., Baltimore, Md., Of- 



12 



Terp Assistants 



fensive Line Coach 1978-1979 
University of Maryland, Tight 
End Coach, Assistant Offensive 
Line Coach, Special Teams Coor- 
dinator, 1982-1988, 

Personal: He and wife Karen 
have two children -Stacy, 7, 
Molly 3 Went to Loyola High 
School in Baltimore and was all- 
league in football and a stand- 
out in lacrosse. 




Dan Baranik 
Graduate Assistant 




Kevin Groody 
Graduate Assistant 



Jim Schwartz 
Graduate Assistant 




MEDICAL STAFF 
Dr. Stan Lavine 



J.J. Bush 





Rich Nelson 
Graduate Assistant 



Team Physician 

Dr. Lavme's role at Maryland 
has been to make the Terrapins 
go, whether as an undergradu- 
ate standout in football, or as 
the team physician for almost 
three decades 

A native of Pittsburgh where 
he attended Schenley High 
School, Dr. Lavine matriculated 
at Maryland to prepare for his 
medical career, and played ini- 
tially for the immortal Clark 
Shaughnesy, one of football's 
great innovators. By the time of 
his 1950 graduation, he had led 
Maryland under Head Coach Jim 
Tatum to a 9-1 record and a 20-7 
win over Missouri in the Gator 
Bowl as the team's quarterback. 
After graduating from the Uni- 
versity's Medical School, he in- 
terned in hospitals in Philadel- 
phia and Cleveland, served two 
years in the Air Force, and then 
began his orthopedic medical 
practice and work with Mary- 
land's athletic teams. 

Dr. Lavine attends all football 
games, home basketball games 
and some road games, and he is 
on call at all times for the ath- 
letes on the University's 23 
sports teams. His professional 
reputation is national m scope, 
and many prominent athletes 
have sought his treatment. He 
was team physician for the 
Washmgton Redskins 
(1975-1985), and was there for 
two Super Bowls. He was the 
team physician for the Washing- 
ton Bullets when they won the 
NBA Championship. He is the 
team physician for the Washing- 
ton Diplomats soccer team He 
presentley works at Sibley Hos- 
pital m Washmgton. D.C. 



Head Trainer 

A well-known advocate in 
Maryland for improved training 
techniques at all levels of com- 
petition, J.J. Bush came to the 
University in 1972 and was ap- 
pointed head trainer in 1978. He 
has the overall responsibility for 
23 sports, and in the autumn 
concentrates on the football pro- 
gram. 

His time in College Park has 
allowed him to spread the word 
around the state on improved 
training methods and organiza- 
tion. He IS active m the National 
Athletic Trainers Accociation, 
with accentuation on improving 
techniques on the high school 
level. He was appointed District 
III representative to the Associ- 
ation's Committee on Licensure 
m 1981, He was also elected 
President that year of the Mary- 
land Athletic Trainers Associa- 
tion, a group he helped found in 
1980. He has also hosted sev- 
eral Cramer Student Trainer 
Workshops at the University. 

He came to Maryland after 
serving in the Airborne Rangers 
of the U.S. Army. 
Specifics: 42 (11-4-46). 
Education: B.S Florida State 
University. 1969. Graduate work 
at Univesity of Maryland. Stu- 
dent Trainer for Seminoles. Won 
Professor of Military Science 
Award for Excellence 
Training: University of Mary- 
land. Assistant Trainer. 1972- 
1977. University of Maryland, 
HeadTramer, 1978-1988. 
Trainer for Cotton Bowl. 1977; 
Hall of Fame Bowl. 1977; Sun 
Bowl, 1978: Tangerme Bowl. 



1980: Aloha Bowl, 1982, Florida 
Citrus Bowl, 1984: Cherry Bowl, 
1985, Trainer for 1973 Eastern 
Regional and 1975 Mid West 
Regional in Baskeball, 
Personal: Attended Ft. Lauder- 
dale H S., in Florida. He and 
wife Gina have two children, 
Brandon, 12. and Jordan 5. 

Jim Weir 




Assistant Trainer 

Jim Weir, a native of Michi- 
gan, stayed in the Maryland 
area after working at the Naval 
Academy as an enlisted man. 
He attended Olivet College be- 
fore entering the service and he 
graduated from the Navy Physi- 
cal Therapy Techincal School. 
Following 10 years in the Navy, 
he came to Maryland in 1970 
and in the autumn has concen- 
trated on football He has also 
been the basketball trainer and 
worked with most of the men's 
sports, including wresthng and 
lacrosse 

Specifics: 50 (8-31-38). 
Education: Olivet (Mich.) Col- 
lege: Hospital Corpsman US. 
Navy. 

Training: Navy Corpsman, 
1960-1970. University of Mary- 
land Assistant Trainer, 1970- 
1988. Trainer for Peach Bowl, 
1973; Liberty Bowl. 1974; Gator 
Bowl 1975; Sun Bowl, 1978; 
Tangerine Bowl, 1980; Aloha 
Bowl. 1982; Citrus Bowl. 1983; 
Sun Bowl. 1984; Cherry Bowl. 
1985. Wrestlmg Tramer, 1970- 
1975. 1978-1980, 1987-1988. 
Trainer for NCAA Men's La- 
crosse Champions. 1973 and 
1975. 

Personal: Attended Chelsea 
H.S. m Chelsea, Mich. He and 
wife Merlene have three chil- 
dren: James. 26; Robert, 23; 
and Chnstma. 19. 



13 



The Terrapins 



The Captains 




Mark Agent 

Center 

St. 6-5 233 

Baltimore, MD 

Major: Education 

High School: Oilman School 

At Maryland: The anchor of the 
line, every offensive snap ac- 
complished by Maryland m 1988 
was started by Agent ... With 
his selection as a captain, he 
goes beyond being a consistent 
starter with strong post-season 
honors credentials to a team 
leader ... He started 26 games 
over three seasons going into 
1989. 

1988: Agent was the only offen- 
sive lineman on the field for ev- 
ery snap ... He and Neil O'Don- 
nell formed the battery of a unit 
that produced 3886 yards of to- 
tal offense, and paced Maryland 
to an unexpected run at the 
ACC title. 

1987: A transition season for 
Agent, he was used at both 
tackle, where he started m 1986, 
and center ... He was starting 
left tackle in four games. 
1986: The only freshman to start 
every game, he was the team's 
left tackle. 

1985: A redshirt year. 

At Oilman School: Agent was 
an All-America prep as a senior 
center, and he lettered in bas- 
ketball and track and field ... He 
was MSA shot put champion, 
and came out of high school as 
a highly recruited football 
player. 

Personal: Born 12/14/67. Mark is 
the son of Phyllis Agent. 




Scott Whittier 

Linebacker 

Sr. 6-1 225 

Virginia Beach, VA 

Major: Speech Communications 

High School: Kempsville 

At Maryland: Moving steadily 
up the ladder of the depth chart, 
Whittier comes to his final year 
having earned first team ... As a 
redshirt freshman he was a spe- 
cial teams hit; his sophomore 
year saw action for the first time 
at mside linebacker, and last 
year he was one of three ath- 
letes to record the majority of 
playing time at the two inside 
slots. 

1988: A starter in nine of 11 
games, Whittier's way was 
opened by injury to veteran Co- 
Captain Matt D'Amico ... Whit- 
tier responded to his chance by 
recording 73 tackles, a pass de- 
felction. a fumble recovery and 
another fumble forced by him ... 
He, D'Amico and Scott Saylor 
became an inside troika that ac- 
counted for 269 tackles ... In his 
first varsity start against Louis- 
ville he had seven tackles (5-2) 
... His career high in tackles 
came at Duke when he had 16 
hits (a career high 12 first hits) 
... He followed that a week later 
with a 10 tackles (6-4) effort at 
North Carolina, and seven days 
later 10 tackles at Penn State 
(7-3) ... He continued a strong 
finish to the year with eight 
tackles (3-5) against Clemson 
and SIX tackles (5-1) at Virginia. 

1987: Received the Outstanding 
Special Teams Performer Award 
because of his 16 special team 
tackles, 14 first hits ... For the 



year he had 26 tackles, his best 
game coming against Clemson 
when he had eight tackles (6-2) 
and an interception. 

1986: Lettered as a special 
teams standout during his first 
season, recording 10 tackles, 
nine of them first hits. 

1985: A redshirt year. 

At Kempsville: All-state and 
all-district in football and all- 
state in wrestling, Whittier cap- 
tained both teams in his senior 
year .. Both teams were runner- 
up for the state championship in 
his senior year ... A linebacker 
and tight end. 

Personal: Father, Allen, played 
at Virginia Tech, then went on 
to play for the New Orleans 
Saints and in Canada ... Born 
4/8/67. Scott IS the son of Peggy 
and Allen Whittier. 



Terpstats 

1986: 10 tackles (9-1) 

1987, 26 tackles (16-10) 

1988: 73 tackles (47-26) 

Totals 109 tackles (72-37) 




Scott Saylor 

Linebacker 

Sr. 6-1 234 

Pen Argyl, PA 

High School: Pen Argyl 

At Maryland: A middle 
linebacker who has indeed been 
m the middle of the defense, 
recording a team high 119 tack- 
les a year ago despite seeing 
limited time in the last four 
games due to injury ... Saylor 
had two fumble forces, one 
tackle for a loss, and two pass 
deflections ... He started the 
year as the leading returning 



tackier from 1987 when he had 
122 hits -,, His prolific tackling 
numbers reflect his value to the 
team. 

1988: Saylor tied his career high 
of 22 tackles against North 
Carolina State; included in the 
total was a career high 13 ini- 
tial hits ... Before being hurt 
later in the year at Duke, he 
had garnered the following 
numbers Louisville, nine tack- 
les (3-6), one pass break up: 
West Virginia, 12 tackles (9-3); 
Syracuse, 12 tackles (5-7), one 
pass break up, caused one fum- 
ble, one tackle for a loss, one 
tackle for no gam; Georgia 
Tech, 13 tackles (6-7); Wake 
Forest, eight tackles (4-4); 
Duke, 12 tackles (3-9), one in- 
terception ... His homecoming 
to Pennsylvania at State College 
in the season's ninth game was 
eliminated due to a knee injury, 
and he did not make another 
tackle until the season's final 
game at Virginia (4-10). 

1987: The redshirt sophomore 
was forced to develop early in 
the season as injuries forced 
him into a key role against 
North Carolina State (22 tack- 
les, 12 initial hits) and Miami 
(14 tackles) in his first start ... 
He was a year long standout on 
special teams, making 11 tack- 
les 

1986: He lettered as a member 
of special teams, getting 16 hits 
on the bomb squad, nine of 
them initial tackles. 

1985: A redshirt year. 

At Pen Argyl: A four-year let- 
terman in football, he earned 
all-state at linebacker ... He was 
team captain as a senior run- 
ning back and linebacker ... 
Also a sprinter on the track 
team . . Captained the Lehigh 
Valley all-stars and played m 
the Big 33 Game against Mary- 
land's best preps. 

Personal: Brother Mike played 
for Boston College ... Born 
7/7/67. Scott IS the son of 
Nancy and Arthur Saylor 



Terpstats 




1986: 


16 tackles (9-7) 


1987: 


122 tackles (72-50) 


1988: 


119 tackles (58-61) 


Totals 


257 tackles (139-118) 



14 



The Teriapins 



Mike Anderson 

Running Back 
Sr. 5-10 191 
Capitol Heights. MD 
Major: Economics 
High School: DeMatha 

At Maryland: Did not play last 
season and saw only Umited ac- 
tion in 1987 while battling leu- 
kemia ,. The disease was first 
diagnosed prior to the 1987 sea- 
son and he underwent 
treatments and hospitalization 
at that time ...He did return to 
play with the team that season 
and has practiced with the team 
when able since, all the while 
being one of the squad's most 
vocal supporters ... Coach Knvak 
allows Anderson to set his own 
practice schedule ... When 
healthy, he is one of the team's 
most versatile backs and one of 
its top kick and punt returners 
... Though under 200 pounds, he 
is extremely strong, benching 
275 and squatting 500 pounds 
during the spring ... He also 
runs a 4.6 40 yard dash ... He 
has rushed for 216 yards during 
his Maryland career on 64 car- 
ries (3.4 yards per carry) and 
has scored three touchdowns ... 
He has almost 500 yards in kick 
returns (474 on 27 returns). 178 
yards of punt returns and 76 re- 
ception yards ... With the loss to 
injury of Andre Vaughn and the 
transfer of Mike Beasley, Ander- 
son could play a big role for the 
Terps this season. 

1988: A redshirt year 

1987: Battled back from cancer 
treatments to rejoin his team in 
the third game of the season 
against West Virginia His 
third period entrance to return a 
punt was greeted by a standing 
ovation by the 40.125 fans in 
attendance ... Those same fans 
again gave a standing "0 " after 
his 11 -yard return was followed 
by rushing gams of four yards 
and two yards on the ensuing 
two plays ... In the lockerroom 
after the game. Knvak and the 
team gave Anderson the game 
ball in an emotional presenta- 
tion ... His first start came 
agamst Wake Forest, against 
whom he scored the game's first 
touchdown on an 18-yard run m 
the second quarter and set up 
another with a 39-yard pimt re- 
turn later m that quarter ... 
Maryland went on to wm that 
game. 14-0 ... He later scored on 



a 13-yard run against Miami, a 
team who he pummeled for 46 
yards rushing and another 48 in 
returns ... That season he also 
started the North Carolina and 
Duke games, scoring his third 
and final TD of the season 
against the Blue Devils. 

1986: Played in 10 games, 
mainly as a return specialist and 
special teams defensive star ... 
He averaged 18.6 yards per kick- 
off return, taking 13 returns 242 
yards ... He also returned punts, 
averaging 15.5 yards on his 
eight returns ... Of those 124 
yards m punt returns. 43 came 
on a single run against Penn 
State, and that return is his ca- 
reer best ... As a running back, 
he rushed eight times for 16 
yards ... On special teams, he 
had eight tackles, with seven 
first hits. 

1985: One of the few Terps to 
play as a true freshman ... He 
played in nine games, including 
the Cherry Bowl, rushing for 38 
yards on 15 carries ... He also 
played special teams, registering 
nine tackles with eight first hits. 

At DeMatha: An all-around star, 
lettering four times in football, 
three times in basketball and 
twice in track as a sprinter ... He 
was a member of USA Today's 
"Fabulous 44" High School All- 
Academic Team ... In 1983 and 
1984, he was an honorable men- 
tion pick on the all-USA football 
lists of the Pigskm Club and the 
Washington Post ... In 1984, he 
was the Offensive Player of the 
■Year by both the Prince George's 
Journal and the Sentinel news- 
paper, while earning 
all-Metropolitan acclaim by 
WDVM-TV and WRC-TV. 

Personal: Born 5/17/67 ... He is 
the son of Elois and Norman 
Anderson ... Elois was a basket- 
ball player at Virginia State and 
Norman played football at 
Hampton Institute ... In 1988, 
Anderson was given the Lom- 
bardi Award Of Courage, a na- 
tional award given annually to a 
football player fightmg cancer. 
Prior to Andersons selection, 
the award had been given twice 
to players m the National Foot- 
ball League. 



Kevin Arline 

Nose Guard 

Fr. 6-0 267 

Somerset, NJ 

Major: Undergraduate Studies 

High School: Franklin 

At Maryland: Settled in at nose 
guard during the spring after 
spending last season at various 
positions on the defensive line 
for the scout team ... Coaches 
will give Arline additional time 
at nose guard, but also may ex- 
periment with him on the offen- 
sive line this season. 

1988: A redshirt year 

At Franklin: Arline was a three- 
year letterman in football and 
wrestling, serving as captain of 
both squads as a senior ... He 
received New Jersey Governor 
Thomas Kean's award for excel- 
lence in athletics as a senior, 
while also earning distinction as 
Franklin's outstanding male ath- 
lete ... Not surprisingly, he 
earned the George E. Dumas 
Memorial Trophy as the team's 
outstanding lineman, playing 
both ways at tackle ... He was 
named to the New York Daily 
News tn-state all-star team, as 
well as being named first team 
all-state offensive tackle by the 
Newark Star-Ledger and the 
Somerset Home News ... Arline 
also was Franklin's outstanding 
wrestler as a senior, concluding 
his final prep season with a 27- 
3 record ... In addition to his 
athletic achievements, Arlme 
was active in Franklin's PUSH 
program, an organization which 
works to fight teen alcohol and 
drug abuse. 

Personal: Born 6/1/70 ... Kevin 
IS the son of Mamie and Richard 
Arline. 



Marcus Badgett 

Wide Receiver 

Fr, 6-0 180 

Elizabeth, NJ 

Major: Undergraduate Studies 

High School: Elizabeth 

At Maryland: One of the fastest 
Terrapins .., Has a constant 
4.5/4.7 time in the 40-yard 
sprint ... Gives the Terps, along 
with returnees and newcomers, 
excellent outside receiver speed 
... Marcus had an impressive 
spring practice and will lend 
the important depth needed ... 
He has worked hard to get big- 
ger and stronger . Came in last 
fall at 165 and was 180 at the 
close of spring practice ... Has 
the label of having a "good 
chance" as the '89 season ap- 
proaches ... Started for the 
White team in the Red/White 
spring game ... Was the game's 
second leading leading receiver 
with four catches for 40 yards 
and a long of 15. 

1988: A redshirt year. 

At Elizabeth: A three sport let- 
terman. three years as basket- 
ball guard: two letters as wide 
receiver: and two as a dash 
man on the track team ... Cap- 
tained the basketball and track 
teams his senior year ... Was 
first team all-Union County re- 
ceiver his senior year. '88 ... He 
was MVP of the state champi- 
onship basketball team as he 
led the team to a season 27-2 
record ... The track team won 
the state title, as well ... His 
track coach was Dave Costello, 
brother of Terps' strength and 
conditioning coach Frank Cos- 
tello. 

Personal: Born 2/9/70. Marcus 
IS the son of Maylene and 
Lendsey Badgett. 




Mike Anderson (31 



15 



The Terrapins 



Tim Baker 

Linebacker 

Fr. 6-2 216 

Maitland, FL 

Major: Pre-Business 

High School: Lake Highland 

At Maryland: An outside line- 
backer who has impressed 
coaches in his limited time on 
the College Park campus ... Bak- 
er's intensity draws plaudits 
from all the coaches and proba- 
bly will earn him a special 
teams assignment this year ... 
While this year's outside line- 
backmg corps is considered one 
of the Terps deepest areas, 
Baker certainly could be an all- 
star candidate there in the years 
to come. 

1988: A redshirt year. 

At Lake Highland: Baker was a 
three-time all-conference player 
and was a first team all-state 
selection in 1987 ... He was Lake 
Highland's Most Valuable Player 
and Linebacker of the Year in 
1987, winning the team's 
Golden Helmet Award ... He 
earned four letters each m foot- 
ball, track and weightlifting, and 
he was a member of the 
school's National Honor Society 
... He also served as Homecom- 
ing King his senior year. 

Personal: Born 6/15/70 in Win- 
ter Park, Florida ... He is the son 
of Mary and Richard Barnett. 



Bret Boehly 

Tight End 
Jr. 6-4 240 
McLean, VA 
Major: Pre-Business 
High School: Langley 

At Maryland: Is expected to 
compete with David Carr for the 
starting tight end position ... He 
finished spring ball in a dead 
heat with Carr for the position 
... He has good size and speed, 
running a 4.8 40 yard dash, and 
is one of the top blockers among 
the Terp tight end candidates, 

1988: Was the expected starter 
at the beginning of the year, but 
severely sprained his right ankle 
before the opener and missed a 
major portion of the season ... 



He did return late in the year 
and played in three games, 
grabbing three catches for 29 
yards ... His long reception of 
the year was a 15 yarder at 
North Carolina. 

1987: Saw limited action as a 
true freshman, playing m eight 
games ... He was a back-up tight 
end to All-ACC tight end Ferrell 
Edmunds and caught one pass 
for three yards ... He also played 
on special teams. 

At Langley: Selected Langley 
Athlete of the Year as a senior, 
after a prep career which saw 
him earn letters in football, bas- 
ketball and baseball ... He was 
captain of all three teams as a 
senior ..In football, he played 
tight end, linebacker, and 
placekicker, earning all-district 
and all-region honors m the pro- 
cess ... He also was all-district m 
basketball and all-region m 
baseball ,. Boehly played on one 
district basketball team and two 
baseball teams which won the 
district crown. 

Personal: Born 11/4/68 ... He is 
the son of Sandra and William 
Boehly. 



Jack Bradford 

Linebacker 

Jr. 6-1 219 

Major: Agriculture Econ. 

High School: Wilde Lake 

At Maryland:Has the potential 
to be among the ACC's best. 

1988: After adjusting to starting 
life through the hrst two games 
of the season, Bradford burst 
upon the defensive scene with 
two big games . . Against North 
Carolina State, he had five ini- 
tial hits, including two tackles 
for losses, a sack, and a recov- 
ered fumble ... In the next game 
at Syracuse, he had a career 
high seven + initial hits (7-1), a 
tackle for a loss, a sack, and a 
hurry ... His high tackle total 
was 13-1- (five initial hits) at Vir- 
ginia; he also had a sack. 

Yearly Totals: 31 first hits, 39 
assists, four sacks, two tackles 
for losses, one fumble recovery 
1987: Bradford began the year 
being switched from linebacker 
to fullback: he ended the season 
at linebacker ... Had six carries 
for 35 yards (5.8 avg.), including 
a 17 yard rush ... Defensively, he 
had six tackles, plus seven more 
earned on special teams. 



At Wilde Lake: An All-Metro 
selection as a 

fullback-linebacker at Wilde 
Lake, Bradford's atheltic abili- 
ties extended to track and field 
where he was a quality prep 
high jumper, long jumper and 
triple jumper, Wilde Lake was 
the state champion in football 
his senior year, when he also 
served as captain. 

Personal: Born: 5-6-68. Jack is 
the son ofRev, and Carolyn 
Bradford. 



Hugh Brown 

Linebacker 

So. 6-0 222 

Stafford, VA 

Major: Economics 

High School: North Stafford 

At Maryland: Inside linebacker 
who saw frequent playing time 
last year as a redshirt freshman 
... He will bolster a position 
weakened by the graduation of 
starting inside linebacker Matt 
D'Amico ... He concluded the 
spring as the No, 2 nghtside 
hnebacker behind tri-captain 
Scott Saylor ... will continue to 
be a regular on the Terps spe- 
cial team coverage. 



1988: Brown played m six 
games, recording 15 tackles 
(five unassisted) ... He had a 
big game at Duke, with four 
game tackles and two others on 
special teams ... He had two 
tackles and two assists m his 
first extensive action of the sea- 
son at West Virginia. 

1987: A redshirt year. 

At North Stafford: Lettered 
three times and was captain ... 
Second sport on prep level was 
power lifting where he was the 
high school state heavyweight 
champion for three straight 
years ... As a football player, 
Brown was all-District two 
years, and all-region as a senior 
... He was selected his team's 
best player as a junior and se- 
nior linebacker ... Holds the 
state record in power lifting for 
the squat in the 220 pound 
class (565 pounds). 

Personal: Born 11/20/68. Hugh 
IS the son of Judith and Paul 
Brown. Sisters Cathy and 
Christy both play prep field 
hockey, with Cathy playing for 
the state championship team in 
1988. 




Jack Bradford (47) 



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Mike Anderson 
1 Tailback 




Kevin Arhne 

71 Defensive Lineman 



Marcus Badgetl 
88 Wide Receiver 



Tim Baker 

36 Linebacker 



Bret Boehly 
83 Tight End 



Jack Bradford 
47 Linebacker 




Hugh Brown 
50 Linebacker 



David Carr 
84 Tight End 



Doug Charland 

57 Offensive Lineman 



Darren Colvin 

26 Running Back 



Joseph Cooper 
80 Tight End 



Dan DeArmas 
10 Punter 




Dave deBruin 

55 Defensive Tackle 



James DeMoss 

26 Defensive Back 



Darren Drozdov 

91 Defensive Guard 



David Dunne 

78 Offensive Lineman 



Karl Edwards 
11 Linebacker 




Eric Elfus 

3 Place Kicker 



Fred Ensign 

31 Place Kicker 



Rick Fleece 

96 Defensive Guard 



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David Carr 

Tight End 

Sr. 6-5 228 

Reisterstown, MD 

Major: Business 

High School: Frankhn Senior 

At Maryland: Locked in a battle 
with Bret Boehly for the starting 
tight end position after the 
spring ... Regardless of who is 
the starter, though, Carr figures 
to see a lot of playing time this 
season ... He has the size and 
strength to be an impressive 
blocker on the offensive line, 
and he runs precise patterns 
and has soft hands like a wide 
receiver ... He has been clocked 
under five seconds in the 40, 

1988: Played in nine games, 
starting five ... He finished the 
season with 15 receptions — the 
sixth most on the team and tops 
among tight ends — for 206 
yards His 13.7 average was 
the fifth best per catch mark on 
the team and his average of 22.9 
yards per game was No. 3 
among the receivers ... Against 
North Carolina, he hooked up 
with Neil O'Donnell on a 
21 -yard, fourth-quarter touch- 
down pass which helped vault 
the Terps to the exciting win ... 
That catch was his second long- 
est of the year, after a 32-yard 
strike from O'Donnell against 
N.C. State ... His best game of 
the season came against Duke, 
when he caught a season-high- 
tying three passes for a season 
best 47 yards. 

1987: Sat out under NCAA 
transfer guidelines after a two- 
season stint at East Carolina 
University. 

At Franklin: A four-sport letter- 
winner, earning distinction in 
football, baseball, basketball and 
soccer. ..He led Franklin to the 
1984 county title, earning all- 
county and aU-Metro recognition 
in the process. ..He played in the 
prestigious Big 33 Game follow- 
ing his senior season. 
Personal: Born 4/30/67... David 
is the son of Anna Marie and 
Paul Carr. 



Doug Charland 

Offensive Lineman 

Fr. 6-3 235 

Steubenville, OH 

Major: Electrical Engineering 

High School: Steubenville 

At Maryland: Missed his entire 
freshman year following surgery 
on right knee ... Was not able to 
practice all season ,,, Also 
missed this spring practice 
while he continued his recupera- 
tive treatments ... Was a fresh- 
man linebacker prospect, but 
will be moved to the offensive 
line m his hopeful return to prac- 
tice this fall. 

1988: A redshirt year 

At Steubenville: A two-sport 
star, lettering twice in football 
and four times in track ... Helped 
lead his team to the state finals, 
finishing as runner-up in 1987 
with a 12-2 record ... Was cap- 
tain of the track team as a junior 
and senior ., Finished in the up- 
per fourth of his class ... Was 
president of the Spanish Club 
and a member of the Key Club. 

Personal: Born 2/22/70. Doug is 
the son of Jeanne and Neil Char- 
land 



Darren Colvin 

Fullback 
Fr. 6-1 248 
Belcamp, MD 
Major: Biology 
High School: Aberdeen 

At Maryland: A big, bruising 
back who impressed the Terp 
coaches m the spring ... He fin- 
ished the spring as the No. 1 
fullback, though last year's 
starter, Dennis Spinelli, was in- 
jured during the spring and saw 
only limited action .. Neverthe- 
less, even if Colvin doesn't start, 
his play in the spring will war- 
rant playing time for him this fall 
... He IS tremendously strong, 
benching 365 pounds in the 
spring and squatting an incredi- 
ble 715 pounds — close to three 
times his weight ... Despite his 
size, he has 4 8 40-yard-dash 
speed ... He has excellent hands 
coming out of the backfield as a 
receiver, proving that in the 
spring game with three catches 
for 22 yards. 

1988: A redshirt year. 



At Aberdeen: Co-captain of the 
1987 squad that he led to the 
Harford County Championship 
with a 9-1 record ... He was an 
all-county selection as a junior 
and senior and an all-Metro pick 
as a senior and played in the 
Big 33 Game He also earned 
all-county honors m basketball 

, Colvin was a high school 
teammate to current Maryland 
teammate Karl Edwards 

Personal: Born 1/20/70 .. Dar- 
ren IS the son of Hazel and 
Willie Colvin, 



loe Cooper 

Tight End 

Fr. 6-5 229 

Lykens, PA 

Major: Arts & Humanities 

High School: Upper Dauphin 

At Maryland: High school quar- 
terback turned tight end, he 
used last year to learn the posi- 
tion ... He has good size and 
speed and strong work habits ... 
Given the depth at tight end, he 
will be able to be brought along 
slowly, but still IS expected to 
contribute this season. 

1988: A redshirt year. 

At Upper Dauphin: A true 
scholar-athlete, he excelled on 
and off the field ... Cooper was 
the 1987 third team all-state 
quarterback while earning first 
team all-conference recognition 
... As a junior, he was the Twin 
■Valley Conference's Offensive 
Player of the Year, leading his 
team to the conference and 
class C-II titles ... He also was 
an all-conference basketball 
player and honorable mention 
all-state hoops player ... He 
earned four letters in football 
and three in basketball ... Off 
the field/court, he was a honor 
roll student and member of the 
National Honor Society. 

Personal: Born 12/29/69 ..Joe 
IS the son of Joyce and Jerald 
Cooper, 



Dan DeArmas 

Punter/Kicker 
So. 5-10 201 
Miami, FL 

Major: Undergraduate Studies 
High School: Christopher 
Columbus 

At Maryland: DeArmas returns 
for his second season as the 
Terrapins' punter ... He is the 
first non-walk-on punter for the 
Terps in recent memory ,,, 
DeArmas has been experiment- 
ing at the placekicking chores 
as well, handling some of the 
placekickmg duties during the 
1989 spring practice. 

1988: In 11 games, he averaged 
36.9 yards/punt ... Had no punts 
blocked in his first year of kick- 
ing for Maryland ... Seven times 
he landed punts inside the op- 
ponents 20-yard line ., His 
longest, a 55-yarder, came in 
the first game of the season 
against Louisville. 

At Christopher Columbus: An 

all-star punter out of high 
school ... He was named second 
team All-State following his se- 
nior season ... Named All-City. 
All-Area, and All-County as a 
junior and senior ... His team 
won the district, regional and 
sectional championships with 
an 8-4 record in 1987 ... His se- 
nior year, he had a 42-yard av- 
erage with a 4.5 second hang 
time ... His longest punt was a 
72 yards and best hang time 
was 5.1 seconds. 

Personal: Born 10/26/69 .. Dan 
is the son of Gary and Daniel 
DeArmas. 



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Dave deBruin 

Defensive Tackle 

So. 6-4 233 

Akron, OH 

Major: Undergraduate Studies 

High School: Copley 

At Maryland: Moved to the de- 
fensive line in the spring and 
showed enormous potential ... 
Because of injuries to the defen- 
sive tackles in the spring, de- 
Bruin had the opportunity to get 
more repetitions than originally 
expected, and his performance 
improved steadily ... with some 
additional weight and strength, 
coaches might like to experi- 
ment with him on the offensive 
line as well. 

1988: Played on the scout team 
at linebacker ... He saw only lim- 
ited duty during the season. 

1987: A redshirt year. 

At Copley: A three-sport letter- 
man in football, baseball and 
track ... He led the football team 
to league titles in 1984 and 1985 
and the baseball team to the 
league championship in 1986 ,., 
He was an all-state selection at 
linebacker and tight end. 

Personal: Born 10/6/68 ... Dave 
is the son of Elizabeth and Wal- 
ter deBruin . Walter played 
football at Ohio State. 



lames DeMoss 

Defensive Back 
Sr. 5-7 173 
Baltimore, MD 
Major: Urban Studies 
High School: Calvert Hall 

At Maryland: Four-year member 
of the football squad ...He has 
throughout his career sacrificed 
personal achievements for the 
good of the team, playing on 
scout teams and seeing limited 
duty on special teams. 

At Calvert Hall:Lettered for 
three years in football and for 
two inbaseball .. Member of 
Honor Society and was^ class 
officer. 

Personal: Bom 8/25/67. James is 
the son of Penelope Lawson. 



Phil DiMaria 

Linebacker 

Fr. 6-2 227 

Glenside, PA 

Major: Criininal Justice 

High School: Bishop McDevitt 

At Maryland: Is a young, ag- 
gressive linebacker who thor- 
oughly impressed coaches last 
year on the scout team and this 
past spring He ran third or 
fourth most of the spring at left 
inside linebacker ... DiMaria will 
be a key special teams player 
this season and will also be 
among the half dozen inside 
linebackers to whom the Terps 
will turn throughout the season 
... He squatted 617 pounds and 
benched 295 during the spring. 

1988: A redshirt year 

At Bishop McDevitt: A 

two-sport star in football and 
track ... DiMaria led Bishop 
McDevitt to consecutive Catholic 
League titles in 1986 (with a 12- 
record) and 1987 (with an 11-0 
slate), while garnering second 
team all-state and first team all- 
county, all-city and all-League 
honors along the way ,,, In track, 
he was a first team all-Catholic 
League performer ... DiMaria and 
Terps defensive back Mike Tho- 
mas were high school 
teammates. 

Personal: Born 6/11/70, ,,, Phil is 
the son of Carolyn and Louis Di- 
Maria. 



Dan D'Orazio 

Placekicker 

Fr. 5-7 158 

Media, PA 

Major: Pre-Business 

High School: Cardinal O'Hara 

At Maryland: A redshirt m 1988, 
DOiazio IS one of a number of 
candidates competing for the 
placekicking duties, left open by 
the graduation of Dan Plocki 

At Cardinal O'Hara: A two-sport 
standout athlete m both football 
and soccer . Was a first team 
All-City and All-Area selection in 
1987 and second team All-City 
as a junior m 1986 . . DOrazio 
was named All-Catholic and All- 
Delco three consecutive years 
(1985, 1986, 1987) ... Was named 
Teams Outstanding and Most 
Valuable Player as a sophomore. 



junior and senior ... Twice 
named Philadelphia Inquirer 
Player of the Week in 1987 . 
He was a three-year letterwin- 
ner in soccer, team captain as a 
senior and Honorable Mention 
All-Catholic in 1987 

Personal: Born 6/7/69. Dan is 
the son of Anita and Theodore 
D'Orazio. 



Darren Drozdov 

Defensive Guard 

So. 6-3 259 

Mays Landing, NJ 

Major; Undergraduate Studies 

High School: Oakrest 

College Prep: Fork Union 

Military Academy 

At Maryland: Though just a 
second year player, he returns 
as a veteran member of the de- 
fensive front ... He was ham- 
pered by an injured back during 
the spring which limited his 
practice time, still he is 
expected to split time with Rick 
Fleece at the nose guard ... 
Drozdov also is a key member of 
the Maryland special teams, the 
unit for which he often served 
as captain last season. 

1988: As a true freshman, he 
split time at the nose guard ... 
He played in all 11 games, mak- 
ing 20 tackles, including 12 un- 
assisted ... He showed his met- 
tle right from the start, 
recording 12 coach's special 
team tackling points in the first 
game of the season against 
Louisville .. Against Duke, he 
had three unassisted tackles on 
special teams — the best single- 
game special teams 
performance of any Terp last 
season ... He had two assisted 
tackles, including one for a loss, 
against Wake Forest, 

At Oakcrest: He led his high 
school team to league titles in 
1986 and 1987, quarterbacking 
the "86 squad to an 8-0 record 
and leading the "87 unit to the 
same undefeated mark from his 
defensive end position ... He 
was all-South Jersey at defen- 
sive end m 1987, after earning 
all-conference honors m 1985 
and 1986 at quarterback ... he 
also was a standout performer 
m basketball and track as a shot 
putter. 



Personal: Born 4/7/69 ... Darren 
is the son of Cynthia and Olaf 
Drozdov ... Olaf was a standout 
defensive lineman for the Terps 
in the early 1960s, lettering 
from 1962-64 ... Olaf was a sec- 
ond team All-ACC selection in 
1964 and the Terps outstanding 
defensive lineman that season. 



Dave Dunne 

Offensive Lineman 
So. 6-4 263 
Burbank, IL 
Major: Art 
High School: Burbank 

At Maryland: Transferred to 
Maryland last year following his 
freshman season at the Univer- 
sity of Kansas .. Came to Col- 
lege Park on the recommenda- 
tion of former Terrapin 
Assistant Coach Bob Valesente 
who joined the Terrapin staff 
after a year as Head Coach at 
Kansas during Dunne's fresh- 
man year ... Impressed the staff 
during practices last fall and 
this spring ... Missed the latter 
part of spring drills because of 
an injury ,. Has strength and 
quickness ... Bench presses 335 
... A strong candidate to 
become one of the top tackle 
reserve players. 

1988: A redshirt year 

At Burbank: Lettered two years 

in football, playing both offense 
and defensive tackle positions 
,. Also earned monograms two 
years as member of the track 
team . . He earned 
all-conference honors his senior 
year as he set a school record in 
the shot put, distance that was 
second best in the conference ... 
Captamed the football and track 
teams his senior year ... He was 
a member of the Varsity Club 
and involved himself m high 
school charity events, the an- 
nual food dnve and benefit bas- 
ketball games. 

Personal: Bom 9/23/69. Dave is 
the son of Geri and Dan Dunne. 



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Karl Edwards 

Linebacker 

Jr. 6-4 225 

Havre de Grace, MD 

Major: Undergraduate Studies 

High School: Aberdeen 

At Maryland: A potentially tre- 
mendous talent who has already 
logged a lot of playing time, 

1988: Edwards took his rangy 
presence into the middle of a lot 
of loose balls, sacks, and general 
mayhem .. Against Louisville 
he had four tackles (0-4) and 
three hurries . West Virginia: 
nine tackles (4-5), a blocked field 
goal and a tackle for no gain ,. 
N.C. State: one fumble recovery, 
SIX tackles (3-3), including one 
for no gain, one for a loss ,.. Syr- 
acuse: five tackles (4-1), one 
sack ... Georgia Tech: six tack- 
les (3-3), recovered fumble ... 
Wake Forest: eight tackles (4-4), 
one tackle for loss . Duke: six 
tackles (2-4), two sacks, recov- 
ered fumble North Carolina: 
13 tackles (six first hits), one 
sack, two tackles for a loss 
Virginia: four tackles (2-2), one 
tackle for a loss. 
Yearly totals: 34 first hits, 40 
assists, 3 sacks, 4 tackles for a 
loss, 3 fumble recoveries, one 
block. 

1987: Started the year's final 
game against Vanderbilt. and 
registered his yearly high in 
tackles (six). On the year he had 
21 tackles with 11 first hits. 



At Aberdeen: Named Maryland 
State Football Player of the Year 
by Gatorade at Aberdeen ... 
Played linebacker, tackle and 
fullback ... Also a two year All- 
America in wrestling who was 
voted the number one high 
school heavyweight wrestler in 
the nation as a senior ... He cap- 
tained both football and wres- 
tling teams at Aberdeen. 

Personal: Born 8/30/68. Karl is 
the son of Rita Thomas and 
Keith Edwards. 



Eric Elfus 

Placekicker 

So. 6-0 195 

East Northport, NY 

Major: Psychology 

High School: Northport 

At Maryland: A sophomore 
walk-on who will compete for 
the vacated placekicking duties. 

At Northport: A three-sport ath- 
lete out of high school ... He 
earned three letters in soccer 
and track and one letter in foot- 
ball ... Was an All-County and 
All-Conference selection in track 
as a junior and senior ... Elfus 
was elected track team captain 
for his senior season 

Personal: Born 4/2/69. Eric is 
the son of Roberta and Irving 
Elfus. 



Fred Ensign 

Placekicker 

So. 6-2 174 

Fairfax, VA 

Major: Pre-Business 

High School: Bishop O'Connell 

At Maryland: The thud member 
of a trio of walk-on candidates 
competing for the position of 
placekicker ... He is considered 
to have the strongest leg of all 
contenders. 

At Bishop O'Connell: A two- 
sport standout athlete in both 
soccer and football . . He earned 
two letters in each sport . . Fol- 
lowing his senior season, he 
was a conference all-star selec- 
tion and All-Metro selection ... 
Chosen "Golden Eleven" by 
sportscaster George Michael in 
1987. 

Personal: Born 3/22/70. Fred is 
the son of Manola and Richard 
Ensign. 




Rick Fleece 

Defensive Guard 
Jr. 6-3 254 
Columbia, MD 
Major: Speech 

Communications 
High School: Triton Regional 
(Somerdale, NJ) 

At Maryland: The steady influ- 
ence anchoring a young line. 
Like It, he has much promise. 
1988: Youth prevailed at nose 
guard as Fleece experienced a 
sophomore's trial from new 
starter to very solid veteran by 
year's end ... He accumulated 
Ave tackles through the first 
two games, and then was a key 
player m the N. C. St. upset 
when he made six tackles (2-4). 
caused a fumble and recovered 
It. Syracuse: seven (1-6) tackles. 
Georgia Tech: four (2-2) tackles, 
one sack Wake Forest: four (3- 
1) tackles, two for losses Duke: 
five initial hits, one sack North 
Carolina: Eight (2-6) tackles 
Penn State: five tackles, all ini- 
tial hits, one tackle for a loss. 
Clemson: eight tackles, five ini- 
tial hits. Virginia: five (4-1) 
tackles 

Yearly Totals: 32 initial hits, 26 
assists, two sacks, three tackles 
for losses 

1987: Played some as a fresh- 
man, registering two tackles. 
At Triton: Rich earned football 
All-America honors from Scho- 
lastic Coach Magazine and Adi- 
das, and was all-South Jersey ... 
Played in the New Jersey 
North-South all-star game ... 
Captained the football, wres- 
tling and track and field teams. 
Personal: Rick is the son of 
Carol and Rick Fleece. Born 11- 
29-67. 



Rick Fleece tU6y 



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Kevin Powlkes 

Suloty 

Jr. 5-11 185 

Dale City, VA 

Major: Criminal Justice 

High School: Garfield 

At Maryland: The key to the 
secoundary, he is a 
hardworking leader, full of en- 
thusiasm and possesses most of 
the unit's experience. 
1988: Emerged as the third lead- 
ing tackier on the team (55 ini- 
tial hits. 28 assists) . As the 
year progressed, he improved to 
rate with the three seniors who 
served with him as starters in 
the secondary Very aggres- 
sive, he had some standout 
games: West Virginia, 11 tack- 
les (8-3), a fumble recovery, and 
three tackles for losses . North 
Carolina State, eight tackles (6- 
2). one pass broken up. one fum- 
ble recovery .. North Carolina, 
10 tackles (8-2). one tackle for a 
loss, one recovered fumble ... 
His other top outings were 
against Georgia Tech (seven 
tackles. 5-2. an interception). 
Wake Forest (10 tackles, 7-3), 
Duke (nine tackles, 6-3), and 
Penn State (six tackles. 2-4. two 
passes broken up.) 
1987: A rare freshman starter. 
Fowlkes was first team for the 
Duke, Penn State, Clemson and 



Vanderbilt games ..He had 24 
tackles (15-9); his best game 
was against Duke when he had 
four first hit tackles and one as- 
sist . He gamed immediate at- 
tention as a member of the spe- 
cial teams, recording nine first 
hits 

At Garfield: An outstanding 
football player and wrestler at 
Garfield, he captained both 
teams and earned Scholastic 
Magazine and Adidas 
All-America in football, and was 
a two-time all-state wrestler. 
Personal: Born 11-18-67. Kevin is 
the son of John Fowlkes. 

Tony Franciscus 

Offensive Lineman 

Sr. 6-3 269 

Lancaster. PA 

Major: Agrictural Economics 

High School: Conestoga Valley 

At Maryland: Has been a 
backup guard and tackle ... 
Opened spring practices at the 
guard slot, then midway in 
spring practice he moved to 
tackle where he finished ... Was 
a starting tackle for the White 
team in the annual Red/White 
game ... Will give the line depth 
and experience at both guard 
and tackle .. His senior year 
lends the opportunity to contrib- 
ute valuable playing time 



1988: A reserve swing guard 
and tackle, playing most time 
on the left side. 

1987: Various bumps and 
bruises held him to limited play- 
ing time 

1986: Did not play 
At Conestoga Valley: A three- 
sport leiiennan. football, track, 
and wrestling ... He captained 
the football team his senior year 
... Was first team all-state defen- 
sive tackle his senior year ... All 
county offensive and defensive 
tackle his senior year ... Voted 
the team's lineman of the year 
his senior year ... Wrestled 
heavyweight and was track 
team shot put leader ... Was 
sectional heavyweight wrestling 
champion 

Personal: Born 5/12/66. Tony is 
the son of Joan and R.O. Fran- 
ciscus. 



Tom George 



Linebacker 

So. 5-11 220 

Long Branch, NJ 

Major: Agricultural Research & 

Business 

High School: Long Branch 

At Maryland: Another steady 
member of Maryland's inside 
linebacking corps ... George 




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walked on two years ago and 
has shown steady improvement 
.., Coaches praise his intensity 
and his hitting ability, despite 
possessing just average size for 
the position ... He may become 
a fixture on the special teams 
unit 

1988: Played a role on the scout 

team 

1987: A redshirt year. 

At Long Branch: Three-sport 
letterwinner in football, wres- 
tling and golf ... He led Long 
Branch to the state champion- 
ship as senior, earning 
all-conference, all-Shore and all- 
state honors in the process ... 
He also served as class presi- 
dent as a senior George also 
was an all-conference heavy- 
weight wrestler as a senior. 

Personal: Born 5/7/68 ... Tom is 
the son of Mary and William 
George ... His brother, Danny, 
was the wrestling captain for 
Ohio State, and his brother, 
Billy, played a year of football at 
Michigan State. 



O'Neil Glenn 

Offensive Lineman 
Sr. 6-2 290 
Hempstead, NY 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: John F. Kennedy 
Junior College: Nassau 

Community College 

At Maryland: Will be a tackle 
candidate when fall practice 

opens. 

1988: Came to Maryland after 
earning All-America honors at 
Nassau Community College ... 
Received his associates degree 
in May of 1988 ... Did not play 
for the Terps last year because 
of an injury 

At John F. Kennedy: All-City 

player two years in a row. 
folowing his junior and senior 
years ... His 1984 football team 
was undefeated. 10-0. and cap- 
tured the New York State title 
... Earned three letters m foot- 
ball ... Captained the football 
team at both Kennedy High 
School and Nassau CC. 

Personal: Bora 1/27/68 O'Neil 
is the son of Yvonne Green. 



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Joel Goode 

Linebacker 

So. 6-2 222 

McKeesport, PA 

Major: Computer Science 

High School: McKeesport Area 

At Maryland: Has played a inte- 
gral role on Maryland's special 
teams and may be close to tak- 
ing the next step into the defen- 
sive hneup ... Joel has good size 
and speed, which will more than 
likely be utilized at one of the 
outside linebacker positions ... 
He ran a 4.8 40-yard dash dur- 
ing the spring. 

1988: Had an outstanding sea- 
son as part of Maryland's spe- 
cial teams ... He played m five 
games, recording eight tackles 
... While attending summer 
school, Goode did not practice 
during the early two-a-days, 
missing valuable practice time 
that slowed his progress, still he 
came on strong on special teams 
late in the year . . He had two 
unassisted tackles and an assist 
on special teams against Penn 
State. 

1987: A redshirt year. 

At McKeesport Area: A two- 
sport star m high school, letter- 
ing at linebacker in football and 
forward in basketball ... He 
served as captain of both teams 
his senior season. 

Personal: Born 10/4/69 ,., Joel is 
the son of Pamela Goode. 



Dean Green 

Wide Receiver 

Sr. 6-3 207 

Martinsburg, WV 

Major: Speech Communication 

High School: Martinsburg 

At Maryland: His 4.4 speed 
makes him the second fastest 
Terp this season, just behind 
the 4.3 time in the 40-yard dash 
of Norris Hanes ... Was moved 
to flanker in the spring of 1988 
to take advantage of his skills 
and much needed speed to com- 
pensate for the departure of four 
wideouts from the 1987 team ... 
He played during his sophomore 
year, '87, as the backup free 
safety to Chad Sydnor .. Started 
three games last season, Geor- 



gia Tech, Wake Forest, and 

Duke ... Split the playing time at 
flanker with Barry Johnson but 
this season will take over the 
starting job as the split end ... 
Has good size and is an excep- 
tional blocker for a wide 
receiver. 

1988: Started three games, Geor- 
gia Tech, Wake Forest and 
Duke ... Played in all 11 games 
... The most spectacular of his 14 
season receptions came against 
N.C. State when he leaped high 
in the corner of the right end- 
zone for a 10-yard touchdown 
catch with 1:12 to play to give 
the Terrapins a 30-26 victory ... 
He also had the longest recep- 
tion of the year and longest 
touchdown of the season, 77 
yards against North Carolina 
with :32 to play in the third 
quarter ... The TD brought the 
Terps to withen three points, 
28-31 m a game won by the Red 
and White on Dan Plocki's 38- 
yard field goal with 03 left in 
the game for the Terps 41-38 
victory ... Had game high two 
catches in four games ... Also 
played on the special teams. 

1987: Lettered as a backup free 
safety and special teams stand- 
out ... At safety he had 15 tackle 
points with 11 first hits ... 
Against Wake Forest he came 
up with his first and only inter- 
ception ... Started the final game 
of the season at Vanderbilt and 
came up with his single game 
high of ten tackle points, nine 
unassisted and one assist ... Had 
three first hits vs Miami and 
two vs Penn State ... Was the 
leading tackier on the special 
team with 20, having 18 first 
hits ... His blinding speed 
allowed him to be first man 
down field many times to make 
the tackle. 

1986: Did not play 

At Martinsburg: A three-sport 
letterman for three years in foot- 
ball, basketball and track ... A 
standout wide receiver and line- 
backer he earned first team all- 
state honors ... An All-America 
selection by Scholastic Coach 
Magazine and ADIDAS ... Played 
in the West Virginia North/South 
all-star classic .. Second team 
all-state pick in basketball and 
tan sprints on the track team. 



Personal: Born 6/22/68, Guard- 
ian: Margaret Green Lambert. 



Terpstats 

Rec.Yds.Avg TD LG 

1988 - Junior 14 214 15 3 2 77 (TD) 

Career Bests 

Most receptions in one game - 2 vs 

Louisville, N C. State, Syracuse, 

Wake Forest, 1988 
Most yards in one game - 77 vs 

North Carolina. 1988 - (TD) 
Longest reception - 77 yards vs 

North Carolina, 1988 - (TD) 



Norris Hanes 

Wide Receiver 

Jr. 6-0 167 

Silver Spring, MD 

Major: Consumer Economics 

High School: Good Counsel 

At Maryland: The fastest player 
on the team ... His 4.3 time in 
the 40-yard dash represents the 
top clocking .. Counted on to 
make his mark this season with 
an intense desire to contribute 
... Played in a reserve role the 
past two seasons. Sprinter on 
Terp track team. 

1988: Played . . Did not letter 

1987: Played ... Did not letter 

1986: A redshirt year. 

At Good Counsel: Lettered 
three years as defensive back 
on the football team and a 
sprinter on the track team ... 
Was all-state and all-conference 
m football ... Ran the second 
best time m the nation in the 
300-meters, 34.9 seconds, his 
senior year ... Also, third in the 
nation in the 55-yard run ... Has 
recorded a 10.4 in the 100 
meters 

Personal: Born 12/15/67. Norris 
is the son of Debra Hanes 
Jenkins. 



Marcus Harris 

Defensive Back 

Jr. 5-11 187 

Havre de Grace, MD 

Major: Sociology 

High School: Havre de Grace 

At Maryland: Has made the 
switch from wide receiver to 
defensive back and has been 
impressive in his new position 
... He finished the spring as the 
team's No. 2 right cornerback 
behind Michael Holhs ... With 
continued improvement in the 
fall, he should vie for serious 
playing time in the defensive 
secondary and on special teams 
He ran a 4.5 40-yard dash. 

1988: A redshirt year. 

1987: Attended Harford Com- 
munity College, earning his as- 
sociates degree in business. 

At Havre de Grace: A three- 
sport star, lettering three times 
each in football and basketball 
and once m track ... He was 
named to the all-metro and all- 
county teams in football in 
1986, the year he led Havre de 
Grace to the state champion- 
ship game ... He also led the 
basketball team to the state 
championship game .. Harris 
competed m high school 
against current Terp teammates 
Karl Edwards and Darren 
Colvin, both of whom played at 
neighboring Aberdeen. 

Personal: Born 8/28/68. Marcus 
IS the son of Frances Christy. 




Dean Green (30) 



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Kevin Fowlkes 
2 Defensive Back 



Tony Fraiici-scus 
79 Offensive Guard 



Tom George 
53 Linebacker 



O'Neill Glenn 

61 Offensive Lineman 



Joel Goode 
45 Linebacker 




Dean Green 

30 Wide Receiver 



Norris Hanes 

8 Wide Receiver 



Marcus Harris 

19 Defensive Back 



Richie Hams 

17 Wide Receiver 



Greg Hines 

58 Linebacker 




Mike Hopson 

20 Defensive Back 



Kevin Hudak 

85 Defensive Guard 



Troy Jackson 

43 Running Back 



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Richie Harris 

Wide Receiver 

So. 5-10 149 

Columbia, MD 

Major: Business 

High School: Mt. St. Joseph 

At Maryland; Richie was one of 
only two "true" freshmen to 
play last season, the other being 
nose guard Darren Drozdov ... A 
mature and eager player whom 
the coaches hope will challenge 
for a possible starting job and 
surely will come along as a top 
reserve receiver ... Came to 
Maryland as well coached at 
wide receiver as any player 
could, since his high school 
coach was Chuck White, former 
star wide receiver for the Terra- 
pins, 1975-77. 

1988: Saw action in latter part of 
season as wide receiver, but did 
not letter .. Did not have any 
pass receptions. 

At Mt. St. Joseph: (Baltimore) A 
three year letter winner in foot- 
ball ... Richie was chosen All- 
Metro, MSA All-Star and a "Big 
33" selection his senior year ,,, 
The Mounts won the MSA. "A" 
Championship with a 4-1 record 
in '87 ... Was a two-year letter 
winner on the basketball team 
and captained the squad his 
junior and senior years ... An 
All-Metro and first team 
All-Catholic League performer 
on the basketball team ... Won 
the Citizenship Award and the 
Brother Eugene Gentleman 
Scholar and Athlete Award 
given annually by the Mt. St. 
Joseph's 'Varsity Club ... Was a 
cultural activities club board 
member for three years ... Was a 
retreat leader. 

Personal: Born: 11/29/70. Richie 
IS the son of Ruth and Richard 
Harris 



Greg Hines 

Linebacker 
So. 6-2 233 
Sicklerville, NJ 
Major: Undergraduate Studies 
High School: Edgewood 
Regional 

At Maryland: Coming off an ex- 
cellent spring which vaulted him 
into position to compete for 
playing time at defensive end ... 
He has good size and runs well, 
adding quality depth to what is 



one of the deepest positions on 
the team ... Hines finished the 
spring as the No. 3 strongside 
end, behind alternating starters 
Karl Edwards and Mark Walsh. 

1988: Saw little action, mainly 
on special teams ... He played all 
linebacker positions as part of 
the scout team, before concen- 
trating on the outside position. 
Injured early m the season 

1987: A redshirt year. 

At Edgewood Regional: He was 

named to the all-conference, all- 
Group 4 and all-area teams as 
both a junior and senior, while 
also excelling m basketball and 
track .. In fact, he earned three 
high school letters each in his 
three disciplines ... He was an 
all-conference and honorable 
mention all-South Jersey pick as 
a shot putter. 

Personal: Born 10/6/69. Greg is 
the son of Deletes Hines. 



Jeff Hoffman 

Defensive Back 
Sr. 5-9 178 
Morris Plains, NJ 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Bayley-Ellard 

At Maryland: Four year member 
of the football team ... He has 
played a vital role on scout 
teams and as a practice player ... 
Like James DeMoss, he has long 
been an unselfish, team-oriented 
player ... Hoffman is expected to 
see most of his playing time on 
special teams. 

At Bayley-Ellard: Lettered for 
three years on the soccer team, 
earning honorable mention all- 
conference in 1985. 

Personal: Born 7/17/67. Jeff is 
the son Sheila and Robert Hoff- 
man ... He IS on track to earn his 
degree this December. 



Mark Hofland 

Offensive Tackle 
Sr. 6-7 286 
Charlottesville, VA 
Major: Economics 
High School: Albemarle 

At Maryland: Has earned three 
varsity letters, playing most of 
the time at right tackle ... His 
experience and contributions as 
an offensive lineman are 
evidenced by his frequent start- 



ing roles ... After another fine 
spring practice, he will return 
for fall practice as the starting 
right tackle. 

1988: Started the first five 
games of the season Louisville, 
West Virginia, NC State, Syra- 
cuse, and Georgia Tech After 
non-starts in the next two 
games he came back into the 
starting unit for the next two 
games, North Carolina and 
Penn State ... He gave way to 
senior Ben Jefferson as both al- 
ternated equally after Ken 
Oberle was forced to miss the 
last three games because of 
mononucleuosis. 

1987: Most of his letter winning 
playing time came at tackle ... 
Saw a great deal of action at 
center. 

1986: Earned a scholarship and 
lettered m a reserve role at 
tackle after joining the team as 
a walk-on the previous year. 

1985: A redshirt year after mak- 
ing the team as a walk-on. 

At Albemarle: A three-sport 
letterman, football, basketball, 
and lacrosse ... He played defen- 
sive tackle and received 
all-distnct honors ... Was a for- 
ward/center in basketball and 
lacrosse. 

Personal: Born 6/16/67 Mark is 
the son of Ina and Leonard Ho- 
fland 



Michael Hollis 

Defensive Back 

Jr. 6-1 170 

Rockville, MD 

Major: Government & Politics 

High School: Gonzaga 

At Maryland: Will be one of the 
two most experienced defensive 
backs returning this season in a 
secondary which was loaded 
with talented seniors a year ago 
... He finished the spring as the 
No. 1 right cornerback and his 
play at that position will be key 
for the Terps now-young sec- 
ondary ... His pass coverage 
skills are ever improving and he 
is one of the hardest hitters on 
the squad ... Hollis also is one of 
the fastest backs in the Mary- 
land secondary 



1988: Played some cornerback. 
but saw considerable time as 
the nickel back m the Terps 
pass coverage ... He played m 
eight games, making 13 tackles, 
10 unassisted ... He opened the 
season with one of his best 
games against Louisville, mak- 
ing four unassisted tackles and 
hurrying the Cardinals' talented 
quarterback ... With his 4.4 
speed m the 40 yard dash, he 
also proved to be one of the 
team's most consistent special 
teams players, frequently regis- 
tering first hits on special team 
coverage. 

1987: He became the first red- 
shirt freshman to start on de- 
fense since 1984 ... He started 
10 games that season, leading 
the defensive secondary in tack- 
les with 42 (25 unassisted) ... 
He also picked off two passes 
and recovered two fumbles ... 
His best games included a 
seven tackle (five unassisted), 
one forced fumble afternoon 
against West Virginia and a six 
unassisted tackle, one intercep- 
tion outing against Miami he 
got his first career interception 
in his collegiate debut against 
Syracuse. 

1986: A redshirt year. 

At Gonzaga: Was the quintes- 
sential student-athlete, earning 
Scholastic Coach/Adidas AU- 
Amenca recognition for his 
combined excellence in the 
classroom and on the field ... He 
was a National Merit Scholar, 
while earning letters as a de- 
fensive back and a wide 
receiver ... He was a first team 
all-Met selection by the Wash- 
ington Post ... Hollis also was a 
three-event star in track and 
field, excelling in the sprints 
and as a long and triple jumper. 

Personal: Born 3/22/68 .. 
Micheal is the son of Shirley 
and Vincent Hollis ... Hollis' 
brothers all played collegiate 
sports — 

Vincent ran track at ViUanova, 
Leslie played football at 
Waynesburg State and also at- 
tended Maryland, and Terrence 
ran track at Atlantic Christian 
College. 



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Mike Hopson 

Defensive Back 

Fr. 5-8 181 

Rosemont, PA 

Major: Undergraduate Studies 

High School: Radnor 

At Maryland: Gave himself the 
opportunity to vie for playing 
time this fall with his improved 
play in the spring ..He has tre- 
mendous upper body strength 
for his size and good quickness 
... should play a key role this 
year on special teams and may 
see some legitimate action in 
the defensive backfield, w^here 
he was listed as the No. 2 left 
cornerback after the spring ... 
Exceptionally strong for his size. 
he benched 350 pounds in the 
spring. 

1988: A redshirt year. 

At Radnor: A four-sport star, 
lettering four times each in foot- 
ball and baseball and also re- 
ceiving letters in track and ice 
hockey ... As captain his junior 
and senior seasons, he led Rad- 
nor to the district football title 
both years ... He was his team's 
Most Valuable Player and its 
Most Dedicated Player as a se- 
nior ... He earned first team all- 
Southeastern Pennsylvania, all- 
Central League, all-Mam Line 
and all-Suburban in 1987 .. Rad- 
nor also produced another Mary- 
land defensive back, Chad Syd- 
nor. who graduated after last 
season. 

Personal: Born 5/21/69 ... Mike 
is the son of Frances and 
George Hopson. 



Kevin Hudak 

Defensive Guard 
Jr. 6-5 233 
Bethlehem, PA 
Major: Pre-Business 
High School: Bethlehem 
Catholic 

At Maryland: Made the move 
from outside Imebacker to nose 
guard this past spring and 
showed promise at his new po- 
sition He was able to work 
with the second team line for 
much of the sprmg because of 
an injury to Darren Drozdov 
which kept him out of action ... 
Currently, he is No. 3 on the 
Maryland depth chart. 



1988: Moved to linebacker from 
tight end in the spring and saw 
mainly special teams duty. 
1987: A back up at tight end, 
playing on special teams. 
1986: A iPdshirt year 
At Bethlehem Catholic: A four- 
year letterman at offensive and 
defensive tackle ... He was a 
first team selection to the all-city 
and all-league teams as a junior 
and senior . Hudak served as 
team captain as a senior, leading 
the team to the city and state 
titles 

Personal: Born 6/13/67 ... Kevin 
IS the son of Ed Hudak, who 
played football at Notre Dame ... 
His brother, Ed, Jr., played foot- 
ball at Miami (Fla.). 

Troy lackson 

Tailback 
So 5-10 201 
Williamsburg, VA 
Major: Pre-Business 
High School: Lafayette 

At Maryland: Came out of 
spring ball having impressed the 
entire Terp coaching staff ... He 
worked hard in the spring and 
made almost daily improvement, 
culminating with his 90-yards- 
on-19-carries rushing 
performance in the spring game 
... with the loss to injury of 
Andre Vaughn and the transfer 
of Mike Beasley, Jackson will be 
an important factor in 
Maryland's backfield success 
this season He runs the 40 in 
4.7. 

1988: Played sparingly on spe- 
cial teams His biggest day 
came at North Carolina, where 
he returned two kickoffs for 25 
yards 

1987: A redshirt year 
At Lafayette: Team captain in 
1986 and starred on both sides 
of the ball ... He earned 
all-region recognition as a run- 
ning back and defensive back ... 
While lettering three times in 
football, he also lettered three 
times in baseball and once m 
basketball ..He was an 
all-district outfielder. 
Personal: Born 5/3/69 ... Troy is 
the son of Cynthia and Sonny 
Jackson. 



Michael larmolowich 

Linebacker 

Fr 6-2 225 

Union, NJ 

Major: Speech Communications 

High School: Union 

At Maryland: A player who 
should vie for playing time at 
back-up inside linebacker and 
on special teams ..He 
possesses good fundamental 
skills, but needs to increase his 
speed and quickness to become 
a first team player ..He missed 
some of spring practice after 
undergoing an appendectomy. 
1988: A redshirt year. 
At Union: A two-sport star, 
earning all-county honors in 
football and baseball ... He led 
Union to the 1986 North Jersey 
Section II. Group IV state cham- 
pionship He was a member of 
the honor roll and a high school 
scholar-athlete selection ... Jar- 
molowich attended Fork Union 
Military Academy for one year, 
lettering in football. 
Personal; Born 12/24/69 ... Mike 
IS the son of Maryann and Alex 
Jarmolowich. 

Ricky Johnson 

Tailback 

Sr. 6-0 193 

Liberal, KS 

Major: Afro/American Studies 

High School: Liberal 

At Maryland: The Terrapin Tail- 
back if satisfactory progress 
was made during his spring ac- 
ademic semester. Quick, intelli- 
gent runner who catches the 
ball out of the backfield, has 
great stamina, and innately 
does the right things with the 
football 



1988: Although expected to a 
contributor to the offense as a 
junior college transfer from In- 
dependence C.C. (KS), Johnson 
in some games was The Con- 
tributor ... A work ethic runner 
,. Team leader in rushing, kick- 
off return average . Against 
Clemson he tied the ACC 
yearly high for TDs scored by 
crossing the Tiger goal from the 
seven (run), 24 (pass), and five 
(run) He had 64 yards on 18 
carries, caught four passes for 
48 yards and returned three 
kickoffs for 42 yards ... He 
helped forge a 34 point Terp 
scoring run at Duke by running 
a career high 17 times for a ca- 
reer high 105 yards, and return- 
ing two kickoffs 43 yards His 
other standout games were 
against North Carolina (11 car- 
ries, 84 yards, one reception, 16 
yards), Virginia (a career high 
17 carries, 72 yards, six catches, 
40 yards, three kickoff returns, 
83 yards), and Georgia Tech (10 
carries, 72 yards). 

At Independence: Ricky was a 
second team Junior College All- 
American in 1987 for Indepen- 
dence C.C. (KS) ... He was the 
nation's fourth leading rusher in 
the J.C. ranks. His Associate's 
degree in 1988 from Indepen- 
dence was in Music. 

Personal: Bom 3-7-68. 



Terpstats 

Rushing: 136 carries 635 yards 4.7 

avg 4 TDs 
Receiving: 22 catches 178 yards 8 1 

avg 2 TDs 
All-Purpose Running: 175 plays, 

1201 yards 109.2 avg. 
Kickoff Returns: 17 returns 388 

yards 22 8 avg. 




Ricky Johnson (29) 



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Barry Johnson 

Wide Receiver 

Jr. 6-3 201 

Vienna, VA 

Major: Agricultural Economics 

High School: Herndon 

At Maryland: After laying claim 
to the starting flanker job last 
year as a sophomore, Barry has 
emerged as one of the future 
key receivers ... Has the physical 
size and blocking abilities along 
with good speed, 4.7 in the 40- 
yard dash, to fit into the mold of 
talented receivers of the past ... 
With good hands and the knack 
of getting open, he became the 
"third down and long receiver" 
in the latter part of last season 
... He was QB Neil O'Donnell's 
favorite target for a reception to 
keep a drive alive ... Started 
eight of the ten games he 
played, with injuries keeping 
him from the other starts ... Was 
the leading receiver in the 
spring Red/White game with 
five for 78 yards, a long of 31. 

1988: Was the third leading re- 
ceiver on the team with 24 re- 
ceptions, 384 yards, one touch- 
down and a long of 26 yards vs 
N.C. State .. His scoring pass 
was a 24 yarder at Duke ... It 
came late m the third quarter to 
give the Terps a 21-16 lead and 
they never trailed after that 
pomt on the way to a 34-24 vic- 
tory ... Caught a two-point con- 
version pass at Clemson ... Had 
a season high five receptions at 
Clemson as well as his season 
high yardage on catches, 70 ... 
Had four games with three re- 
ceptions, Louisville, Duke, 
North Carolina and Virginia 

1987: Played in all 11 games as 
reserve wide receiver ... Also 
returned kickoffs and saw some 
action on the special teams ... 
He caught five passes for 56 
yards and returned seven kick- 
offs for 109 yards (15.5 avg.) 
with a long of 23. 

1986: A redshirt year. 

At Herndon: A three-year letter- 
man in football and basketball 
and a four year letterwinner in 
soccer ... Selected as the area 
"Player of the Year" by the 
Washington Post ... First team 
all-met and first team all-state 
as a receiver .. Named as one of 
the top five collegiate prospects 
In the state by the Roanoke 
Times ... Was honored as the 



Virginia "Player of the Year" in 
soccer his senior season ... Cap- 
tained the football and soccer 
teams his senior year. 

Personal: Born 2/1/68. Barry is 
the son of Virginia and Paul 
Johnson. 



Terpstats 

Rec. Yds. Avg. TD LG GP 

1987 - Frosh 5 55 11 18 11 

1988 - Soph 24 348 14,5 1 26 10 
TOTALS 29 403 19.2 1 26 21 

Most receptions in one game - 5 vs 

Clemson. 1988 
Most yards in one game - 70 vs 

Clemson. 1988 
Longest reception - 26 vs NO. State. 

1988 



Clarence lones 

Offensive Tackle 

Jr. 6-6 277 

Central Islip, NY 

Major: Speech Communications 

High School: Central Islip 

At Maryland: Unquestionably 
one of the superstars of this 
years Terrapin team ... He has 
the size, speed and strength to 
be a dominant offensive lineman 
... Jones was a starter all last 
season and he returns this year 
to anchor a veteran offensive 
hne ... He bench pressed 375 
pounds in the spring weightlift- 
ing competition and squatted 



435 ... Despite his size and 
strength, he runs a 4.7 40-yard- 
dash ... During the spring, the 
coaches experimented with 
Jones on the defensive line, 
where he received praise ... 
However, much to the chagrin 
of Maryland's defensive line 
coaches. Jones is expected to 
be back in his familiar offensive 
tackle position in the fall. 

1988: Started all 11 games at 
left tackle ... He continually 
graded out in the high 80 and 
90 percentile. 

1987: Earned the starting right 
tackle assignment after the sec- 
ond game of the season and re- 
mained the starter for the rest 
of the year. 

1986: A redshirt year. 

At Central Islip: Lettered three 
years as tight end and defen- 
sive end ... He was captain of 
the 1985 team which won the 
Bayshore league title ... He was 
named New York's Gatorade 
Player of the Year and was a 
member of the Sporting News' 
"Best of the Blue Chips" All- 
America Team ... He also was 
an All-America selection by Adi- 
das/Scholastic Coach Magazine. 

Personal: Born 5/6/68. Clarence 
IS the son of Sally and Clarence 
Jones. 




Clarence Jones (74) 



Mike Kiselak 

Offensive Guard 
Sr. 6-3 278 
Pine Bush. NY 
Major; Recreation 
High School: Pine Bush 

At Maryland: Played defense 
his first two years ... In order to 
strengthen the young offensive 
line, the coaches moved him to 
offense during the spring prac- 
tice of '88 ... Was moved to the 
right guard spot where he 
played last season and will be 
there again this season, as the 
starting right guard ... One of 
the strongest lineman on the 
squad, bench pressing 350 
pounds ... He is one of the 
strongest and more aggressive 
players on the team. 
1988: Moved from defense and 
became one of the mainstays of 
the offensive line ... Was a 
backup the first four games ... 
Took over the starting right 
guard position during the fifth 
game of the season against 
Georgia Tech and continued as 
the starter for the remainder of 
the season, six games. 
1987: As a sophomore, he let- 
tered as the backup noseguard 
to co-captain Bob Arnold ... 
Started the N.C. State game 
with Arnold out with an injury 
... Had his first interception as a 
Terrapin against the Wolfpack. 
returning it two yards ... For the 
season he had 15 tackles. 12 
were first hits and two were for 
minus yards ... Top games were 
three first hit tackles in the 
West Virginia, Miami, and 
Duke games ... Against the 
Mountaineers, he had two tack- 
les: one for a loss and one 
caused a fumble. 
1986: Did not letter as a reserve 
nose guard and special team 
performer. 

1985: A redshirt year 
At Pine Bush: Lettered three 
years as an offensive and de- 
fensive tackle ... A two year let- 
terman m baseball at first base 
and designated hitter ... Was 
all-state defensive tackle his 
senior year ... Voted the teams' 
best offensive lineman in '82 
and '83 and best defensive line- 
man in '84 .. Captained the 
football team his senior year .. 
Was a member of the National 
Honor Society. 

Personal: Born 3/9/67. Mike is 
the son of Joan and Thomas 
Kiselak 



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Mike J.irmolowicli 
40 Linebacker 



Barry Juliiiaun 
21 Wide Receiver 



Ricky Johnson 
29 Tailback 



Clarence Jones 

74 Offensive Tackle 



Mike Kiselak 

72 Offensive Guard 




Doug Lawrence 
6 Running Back 



Bren Lowery 

32 Running Back 



James Matthews 
22 Running Back 



Brett McGonnigal 
89 Wide Receiver 



Glen Mclntyre 
54 Center 




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Doug Lawrence 

Tailback 
Fr. 5-9 183 
Harrisburg, PA 
Major: Psychology 
High School: Susquehanna 
Twp. 

At Maryland: Is a candidate to 
give needed depth at tailback ,., 
Originally a wide receiver, he 
was moved to the backfield dur- 
ing spring practice ,^ Has 
4 4/4,5 time m the 40-yard dash. 

1988: A redshirt year. 

At Susquehanna Twp: A three 
sport star in football, basketball 
and track -. Earned three letters 
m football and was team captain 
as a junior and senior ,. Was 
the team's MVP in 1987 and 
team Offensive Player of the 
Year m 1986 , , Was listed in 
Pennsylvania's top 100 players 
for 1987 ... Played in the 
Maryland-Pennsylvania "Big 33 " 
game his senior year ... Earned 
four letters in basketball and 
track ... Was captain of the bas- 
ketball team his junior and se- 
nior year and captain of the 
track team his last three years ... 
Placed fifth in the 100m and 
200m dashes m the '88 state 
track meet ... Doug was Vice- 
President of the Student Council 
as well as his senior class ... 
Was an academic All-America in 
high school and awarded the 
Kenneth F. Bentz Inspirational 
Athletic Award and the Dehart 
Award given annaully by the 
faculty. 

Personal: Born 5/6/70. Doug is 
the son of Jacqueline Lawrence. 



Bren Lowery 

Tailback 
Sr, 5-10 194 
Alexandria, VA 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: T.C. Williams 

At Maryland: A team leader, 
Lowery has done what was 
asked since arriving at College 
Park ... He switched to fullback 
from tailback a year ago where 
he had started as a sophomore 
because of Terp needs ... During 
the year he became the prime 
kickoff and punt returner 
because of his consistency ... 
Now he could be back at tail- 
back, filhng a need, again. 

1988: Team player Lowery did 
what was asked ... The effective- 
ness of his position switching 
was proved by his leading the 
team in all-purpose running (148 
plays, 1315 yards, 119.6 yds. a 
game), punt returns (17 for 121 
yards, 7.1 avg.) and number of 
kickoff returns (34 for 702, 20.7 
avg.) ... He was also third in 
rushing (75 for 256 yards, 3.4 
avg., 1 TD), fifth in receiving (22 
for 236 yards, 10.7 avg. 1 TD) ... 
His best game was at Virginia 
where he turned a short pass 
into a 54 yard TD, returned a 
punt for 28 yards, had a kickoff 
return for 20 yards, and carried 



the ball five times from scrim- 
mage for 24 yards ... Most pro- 
ductive yardage games were 
Louisville (140 all-purpose 
yards), Syracuse (166 
all-purpose yards) ... His best 
kickoff return day was four for 
101 yards at North Carolina . 
Yearly high for catches was at 
Syracuse (five for 46) where he 
also broke the 1,000 yard career 
rushing barrier ... Fourth in the 
ACC in All-Purpose Running. 

1987: Led Maryland in rushing 
(168 attempts for 556 yards, 3.3 
avg.) and ground TDs (hve), and 
placed sixth in the ACC stand- 
ings in rushing ... He also 
caught a team high 44 passes 
for 252 yards and two TDs ... 
His best game was against 
Wake Forest when he had 83 
yards on 16 carries: also had 90 
yards on a career high 27 car- 
ries against Virginia ... Season 
and career high in pass recep- 
tions was eight vs. Duke. 

1986: As a frosh he began the 
Virginia game by going 71 
yards for a TD, and he set his 
career high of 104 yards gained 
on 14 carries Against North 
Carolina he had 84 yards on 18 
carries and against National 
Champion Penn State he carried 
the ball 13 times for 75 yards. 



1985: A redshirt year. 
At T. C. Williams: Named the 
Player of the Year for the Metro 
area by the Washington Pigskm 
Club, and was given the Wash- 
ington Touchdown Club Timmie 
Award ... T.C. Williams won 
state championship in his se- 
nior year ... Bren was a three- 
sport athlete— football, basket- 
ball, track and field — and 
captained all three teams. 

Personal: Bren is the son of Ea- 
slene and Ernest Lowery. Born 
5-29-67. 



Terpstats 

Rushing Alt Yds Avg TD 

1986 59 317 5.4 1 

1987 168 556 33 5 

1988 75 256 3 4 1 
Totals 302 1129 3 7 7 

Receiving Rec Yds Avg TD 

1986 7 32 4 2 

1987 44 252 5 7 2 

1988 22 236 10 7 1 
Totals 75 522 7 3 

Punt and Kickoff Returns 

No Yds No Yds 

1986 3 55 

1987 

1988 17 121 34 702 
Totals 17 121 37 757 

Lowery has 2,529 All PiiipDsi; Run 
ning Yards. 




Bren Lowery (32) 



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James Matthews 

Fullback 
Sr. 5-11 221 
Brooklyn. NY 

Major: Radio. Television & Film 
High School Sanuiel J Tilden 
Junior Colleije Nassau Com- 
mmunity College 

At Maryland: The unknown 
quaniiiv m Maryland's offensive 
backfield He has the size, 
strength and speed to be a dom- 
inant fullback, but has to over- 
come a steady stream of nag- 
ging injuries and increase his 
intensity to become the every- 
day player the coaching staff 
expects him to be . He sat out 
of spring ball to concentrate on 
his academics. 

1988: Was the projected starter 
for the season opener until his 
broke his right hand m practice 
about a week before the first 
game ... He did not return to the 
offensive backfield the rest of 
the season, but saw limited duty 
late in the year as a kick 
returner. 

At Nassau: Was an all-Coastal 
Conference pick m 1986 ... He 
earned two letters playing for 
Coach John Anselmo ... He was 
a junior college teammate of 
current Terp O'Neil Glenn. 

At Samuel Tilden: A two-sport 
star, earning three letters in 
football and one in baseball, that 
coming m 1985 when he won 
the team's batting title. 
Personal: Born 10/6/66 James is 
the son of Ernestine and William 
Matthews. 



Brett McGonnigal 

Wide Receiver 
So. 6-1 179 
Glen Arm. MD 
Major: Pre-Business 
High School: Loch Raven 

At Maryland: Enters his sopho- 
more season as a leading candi- 
date for playing time as a top 
outside receiver reserve .. Has 
fine speed. 4.6 m the 40, and 
good hands . Wants strongly to 
make a contribution 
1988: Lettered his redshirt 
freshman year as he was the 
holder for all extra point kicking 
m all 11 games ... His hold per- 
centage was perfect as kicker 
Dan Plocki was perfect, hitting 
all 27 extra points he attempted 
... Had one punt return for eight 
yards. 



1987: A redshirt season. 

At Loch Raven: A three sport 
lellerman. Iwo in football and 
three m basketball and baseball 
.. Captained all three teams his 
senior year ... Was an honorable ' 
mention All-America wide re- 
ceiver selection his senior as 
well as first team all-Metro ... 
Was all-county guard in basket- 
ball .. Captained the football 
MSA/County All-Star game. 

Personal: Born 4-9-69. Brother, 
Bruce, will be the University of 
Virginia's starting Tight End as 
a junior. Brett is the son of 
Katherine and Richard McGonni- 
gal. 



Glen Mclntyre 

Center 

So. 6-3 260 

Baltimore, MD 

Major: Physical Education 

High School: Cardinal Gibbons 

At Maryland: Came to College 
Park as one of the most highly 
recruited players in the state in 
a long time ... Earning his ap- 
prenticeship as a future center 
for the Terrapins ,, Gives the 
center position excellent depth 
... His size, strength and block- 
ing abilities assure him a bright 
future after backing up all-star 
candidate senior Mark Agent. 

1988: Played sparingly as Agent 
took every center snap from 
scrimmage. 

1987: A redshirt year. 

At Cardinal Gibbons: A three 
year letterman in football and 
lacrosse and a senior 
heavyweight wrestler ... Cap- 
tained the football and lacrosse 
teams his senior year ., Excelled 
in both athletics and academics 
... A first team All-Met offensive 
and defensive tackle his senior 
year . . A Big-33 selection for the 
Maryland - Pennsylvania sum- 
mer aU-star game .. Played in 
the MSA/County all-star game ... 
Was an academic All-America 
selection . . A member of the Na- 
tional Honor Society ... His high- 
est honor came as he received 
the All-Metro (5 County) 
"Scholar Athlete of the Year " 
award ... It is the most coveted 
and prestigious award given to a 
high school scholar-athlete ... 
The award is based on excel- 
lence m academics and athletics. 



Personal: Born 2/25/69. Glen 
IS the son of Laura and Dale 
Mclntyre. 



Kyle McKenna 

Linebacker 
So. 5 11 213 
Whitefish Bay, WI 
Major: Marine Biology 
High School: Whitefish Bay 

At Maryland: An inside line- 
backer who saw considerable 
action on the special teams unit 
as a redshirt freshman last year 
... Finished the spring season as 
third string left inside 
linebacker ... Benched 365 and 
squatted 507 during the spring 
weight lifting competition. 

1988: Saw action m five games 
last year playing on the special 
teams .. Had five unassisted 
and two assisted tackles for a 
total of seven. 

1987: A redshirt year. 

At Whitefish Bay: Was an 

Honor Roll student and 
two-sport athlete in football and 
track, earning two letters in 
each ... Earned the Hustler 
Award as a senior, given annu- 
ally by his high school team ... 
Was team captain his senior 
year in which Whitefish went 
7-2 and won the North Shore 
Conference championship. 

Personal: Born 10/7/69. Kyle is 
the son of Karen and Alex 
McKenna. 



Frank Namath 

Center 

Jr. 6-2 243 

Beaver Falls, PA 

Major: Speech Communications 

High School: Blackhawk 

At Maryland: Lends the offen- 
sive line standout utility depth 
as the coaches are most com- 
fortable with him playing center 
and guard ... He also has seen 
duty as the snapper for place- 
ments ... Will vie for more play- 
ing time this year playing at the 
left guard position and again at 
back-up center ... Started at left 
guard for the White team m the 
sprmg Red/White game. 

1988: Spent the season as the 
backup center ... Moved back to 
guard position this sprmg for 
the '89 season. 



1987: After playing his redshirt 
freshman year as offensive 
guard, he was moved to center 
and was an alternate backup to 
Bill Hughes. 

1986: A redshirt year. 

At Blackhawk: A two-year let- 
terman in football and baseball 
... Played both offense and de- 
fense ... Voted the team's best 
offensive lineman his senior 
year ., As a senior, he was sec- 
ond team all-state offensive 
lineman ... A unanimous 
all-county choice at both offen- 
sive and defensive lineman A 
member of the Fabulous 22 
team of the Pittsburgh Press 
and Fantastic 44 of the Pitts- 
burgh Post Gazette ... As a jun- 
ior he was honorable mention 
all-state offensive lineman and 
all-county first team, offense 
and defense ... A pitcher and 
first baseman on the baseball 
team. 

Personal: Born 8/19/67 Frank is 
the son of Edith and Franklin 
Namath. 



Greg Niemynski 

Offensive Lineman 

Fr. 6-6 250 

West Islip, NY 

Major: Undergraduate Studies 

High School: West Islip 

At Maryland: Will be one of the 
young offensive tackle candi- 
dates 

1988: A redshirt year. 

At West Islip: A two-sport ath- 
lete, earning letters in football 
and track . Was an all-league 
lineman following the 1987 sea- 
son . . His high school team 
won the league championship 
two consecutive years, compil- 
ing an 18-2 record along the 
way ... Captained the track 
team his senior year. 

Personal: Bom 4/13/70. Greg is 
the son of Caroline and Stanley 
Niemynski 



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Pat Norton 

Center 

Fr. 6-4 227 

Sterling, VA 

Major: Undergraduate Studies 

High School: Park View 

At Maryland: Spent last season 
playing tight end... Was moved 
to center this spring ... Will be 
another young center candidate 
for the future, 
1988: A redshirt year. 

At Park View: A two-sport star 
in football and track ... An all- 
distnct selection in football fol- 
lowing the '87 season ,,, He was 
chosen to play m the Virginia 
All-Star game ,., The football 
team was champion of the 
Northwestern District in '86 and 
'87 with 9-3 and 8-3 records re- 
spectively ... As the shot put 
star on the track team, he 
placed second in the Virginia 
state championships .. The 
track team also won the North- 
western District championship 
... He was a member of the Na- 
tional Honor Society. 

Personal: Born 6/1/70. Pat is the 
son of Dolores and Michael 
Norton, 



Ken Oberle 

Offensive Tackle 
Jr. 6-5 260 
Pittsburgh, PA 
Major: Civil Engineering 
High School: North Hills 

At Maryland: Has lettered the 
past two years playing the left 
tackle spot, the same job he will 
have this fall ... Ken has been 
selected to the ACQ 
All-Academic honor roll the past 
two years, 1987-1988 ... Honored 
by Omicron Delta Kappa, na- 
tional honorary and leadership 
fraternity as one of the top 10 
freshman/sophomore/junior 
leaders of the year at the Uni- 
versity of Maryland. 

1988: As a sophomore, Oberle 
won the starting right tackle job 
in the sixth game of the season 
against Wake Forest ... He 
again started the next game vs 
Duke ... He was slated to start 
his third consecutive game at 
North Carolina ... However, the 
day before the game he was di- 
agnosed as having mononucleo- 



sis ...This caused him to miss 
the final four games of the sea- 
son ... Following the lengthy pre- 
scribed recluperative process, 
Ken has fully recovered ... He 
was at the starting left tackle 
position at the beginning of 
spring practice ,. He is slated to 
be #1 on the left side this sea- 
son. 

1987: Lettered as a backup 
tackle. 

1986: A redshirt year. 

At North Hills: A two-year foot- 
ball letterman and track letter- 
man in high school .. Captained 
the football team his senior year 
... Played defensive end/tackle 
and offensive guard ... Named 
the most improved lineman m'84 
and the most valuable offensive 
Uneman m '85 ... Played on the 
WPIAL 4A championship team 
in '85 ... A WPIAL 4A all-star se- 
lection for the East-West all-star 
game his senior year. 

Personal: Born 12/24/67. Ken is 
the son of Joann and Robert 
Oberle 



Ralph Orta 

Defensive Tackle 

So. 6-3 245 

New Milford, NJ 

Major: Undergraduate Studies 

High School: New Milford 

At Maryland: A redshirt sopho- 
more who saw action on last 
year's special teams ... Finished 
the spring season second on the 
depth chart at right defensive 
tackle ... Will be looked upon to 
contribute to the defensive line 
position this season. 

At New Milford: A three-year 
letterman .He was selected 
third team All-State and Honor- 
able Mention All-America follow- 
ing his senior season ... A first 
team AU-Bergen County and All- 
Suburban selection in 1986 ... 
Orta was chosen to play in the 
annual North-South All-Star 
game ... He was chosen to the 
coaches' AU-Scholastic team. 

Personal: Born 12/16/69. Ralph 
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 
Orta. 



Glenn Page 

Linebacker 
Jr. 6-2 233 
Pittsburgh, PA 
Major: General Business 

Administration 
High School: Baldwin 

At Maryland: Page is consid- 
ered one of the hardest hitting 
tacklers on the squad ... He pos- 
sesses exceptional quickness for 
an inside linebacker ... A red- 
shirt junior. Page will compete 
for the inside linebacker starting 
position as well as add depth 
and experience to the special 
teams. 

1988: A solid backup linebacker 
who saw action in all 11 games, 
starting one ... He finished the 
season with 31 unassisted and 
17 assisted tackles ,., His best 
game was against Penn State, 
when he finished with six tack- 
les and three assists with one 
tackle for a loss and one pass 
break up ,. Tied for the team 
lead m interceptions with two 
on the season (Louisville and 
Ga. Tech). One of the leading 
tacklers on the special teams 
unit. 

1987: Had a standout freshman 
season as backup mside hne- 
backer and special teams per- 
former ... He finished the season 
with 13 tackles as a linebacker 
and 15 special team tackles ... 
His top tackle games were N.C. 
State and Clemson, when he 
had five each 

1986; A redshirt season. 

At Baldwin: A first team All- 
State selection as a senior ... He 
was named to the Fabulous 22 
team and represented Pennsyl- 
vania in Big 33 game .,. Named 
defensive Player of the Year for 
the Pittsburgh South area 
schools ... An Honor Roll stu- 
dent. Page was also a 
three-sport standout athlete, 
earning letters in football (3), 
basketball (2) and track (2) ... 
Captained the football squad his 
senior year. 

Personal: Born 9/20/67, Glenn is 
the son of Margorie and Charles 
Page. 



David Parker 

Offensive Lineman 
Sr. 6-2 290 
Baltimore, MD 
Major: Kinesiology 
High School: Woodlawn 

At Maryland: Earned a place on 
the team as a walk-on candi- 
date two years ago .An ex- 
ceptionally hard worker. Parker 
has been a valuable performer 
for the scout teams at both 
tackle and guard. 

1988 and 1987: As a walk-on, 
he played in a reserve role on 
the scout teams ... He will again 
this fall be a candidate for play- 
ing time at tackle. 

At Woodlawn: Lettered as an 
offensive and defensive tackle 
his junior and senior years ,,. 
The team won the Baltimore 
AA title his junior year ... Was 
selected to the CatonsviUe 
Dream Team his senior year. 

Personal; Born 8/5/67 ... David 
IS ths son of Mae and Jim 
Parker ... Father Jim played of- 
fensive guard for the Baltimore 
Colts 10 years, 1957-1967 and 
was All-Pro eight of those years 
... He was selected to the NFL 
Hall of Fame and was the first 
offensive lineman to be so hon- 
ored ... He dad is also a mem- 
ber of the College Football Hall 
of Fame, an Ohio State 
AU-Amencan, 



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Ralpli Ort.i 

75 Defensive Tackle 




Glenn Page 
56 Linebacker 



David P.itkei 

70 Offensive Lineman 



Vance Phillips 
39 Linebacker 



Levin Purnell 
60 Linebacker 



Ron Reagan 

4 Defensive Back 



Cornel Rigby 

25 Running Back 




Paul Romanchock 
16 Tight End 



Blaine Rose 

68 Offensive Guard 



Scott Rosen 

24 Defensive Back 




Dennis Spinelli 
34 Fullback 



Ron Staffileno 

65 Offensive Lineman 



Derek Steele 

77 Defensive Guard 



Scot: Saylor ,45; 



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Neil O'Donnell 

Quarterback 

Sr. 6-3 219 

Madison, NJ 

Major: Graduate School 

High School: Madison 

Among the greatest 
quarterbacks in Maryland his- 
tory. 

Career Completion Pet. 

(Minimum 300 attempts) 
He IS statistically the most accu- 
rate... 



Neil O'Donnell 
{1987, 1988) 

Larry Dick 
(1975. 1976. 1977) 
Bob Avellini 
(1972. 1973, 1974) 
Stan Gelbaugh 
(1981, 1982, 1984) 
Dan Henning 
(1985. 1986, 1987) 
Boomer Esiason 
(1981, 1982, 1983) 



61.1 



588 



58 6 



55 3 



55 1 



542 



Interception/Attempt Ratio 

... with an aversion to the inter- 
ception. 

1. Boomer Esiason 27/850; 1/32 

2 Dan Henning 23/641:1/28 

3 Stan Gelbaugh 18/454,1/25 

4. Neil O'Donnell 17/378; 1/22 

5. Larry Dick 14/308: 1/22 



Career Completions 


He IS in the top five vifith a year 


tc 


play... 




1. 


Boomer Esiason 


461 


2 


Dan Henning 


353 


3, 


Dick Shiner 
(1961. 1962, 1963) 


287 


3, 


Stan Gelbaugh 


251 


5. 


Neil O'Donnell 


231 




Bob Avellini 


231 



Top Terp Throwers 

... and he could spend his au- 
tumn overtaking one great after 
another. 



1. Boomer Esiason 
461 comp.-850 att., 

2. Dan Henning 

353 comp.-641 att., 

3. Stan Gelbaugh 
251 comp.-454 att.. 

4 Dick Shiner 

287 comp-536 att, 

5. Bob Avellini 

231 comp -394 att . 

6. Neil O'Donnell 
231 comp.-378,att., 



6259 yards 
4560 yards 
3659 yards 
3230 yards 
3222 yards 
2886 yards 



Top Terp Throwers as runners 

In addition, he is the most mo- 
bile of the great Terp quarter- 
backs 

1. Neil O'Donnell 

119 rush. att. for net 125 yds. 

2 Dick Shiner 

181 rush att for net 123 yds 

3 Bob Avelhni 

103 rush att for net 51 yds. 

4 Stan Gelbaugh 

49 rush att. for net -87 yds. 

5 Dan Henning 

114 rush att for net -97 yds 

6 Larry Dick 

108 rush att for net -103 

7 Boomer Esiason 

156 rush att, for net -178 yds. 

At Maryland: A quarterback 
who IS rarely off target, who 
does not get intercepted a lot, 
who presents a land-air problem 
for opposing defenses, O'Donnell 
could become something special 
m Terp quarterback lore his se- 
nior year. 

1988: The man who made Mary- 
land's offense go, O'Donnell was 
a strong, physical presence, 
whether as a top ACC thrower, 
or as mobile, 6-3, 221 pound run- 
ner with 4.7 speed ... Threw for 
TDs of 3 and 66 yards and ran 
for score m 27-16 Louisville vic- 
tory (22 of 33, 239 yds. 2 TDs) ... 
Against West Virignia ran for 
score from seven yard line in 
driving ram Won the North 
Carolina State game in the rain 
with a 10 yard TD pass with less 
than two minutes to play: also 
threw for 72 yard score (13-25, 
217 yds., 2 TDs). ACC Back of 
the Week. In the final drive, he 
accounted for 61 of total 68 
yards, including 25 ground yards 
... Was 16-29 for 136 yards at 
Carrier Dome against Syracuse; 
also had 30 yard run ... In the 
Georgia Tech game, where turn- 
overs decided outcome (13-8 
Terp win), O'Donnell was 13-19, 
130 yards, Ints ... Wake Forest 
proved the heartbreaking loss of 
the year, but O'Donnell was 19- 
33, 199 yards, 1 TD, and had a 
19 yard run .,, He led a come- 
back victory at Duke, completing 
14 of 20 for 191 yards, 2 TDs, 
Ints. Ran for 29 yards on 8 car- 
ries ... Again ACC Back of the 
Week at North Carolina where 
he threw career high 3 TD 
passes (17-28, 259 yards) .. Was 
12-22 in the air for 163 yards at 
Penn St. in a narrow loss, and 
he had team near PSU's end 
zone m final minutes ... Engi- 




Neil O'Donnell (14) 



neered a halftime lead in ACC 
showdown with Clemson, and 
was 15-23 on day for 175 yards 
and 1 TD .. Finished year by 
being carried off held at Vir- 
ginia; before leaving due to in- 
jury he was 15-22 for 187 yards 
and a 54 yard TD pass. 

Passing: 160 for 267, 1973 
yards, 12 TDs 11 Ints. 

Rushing: 94 att. for 353 yards, 
-186 loss, 166 net. 1.8 avg 

Best Games: North Carolina (17- 
28, 259 yards, 3 TDs, 1 Int., 18 
yards gained for 4 carries): Lou- 
isville (22-33, 239 yards, 2 TDs); 
North Carolina State (13-25, 217 
yards, 2 TDs, 1 Int., 13 carries, 
62 gross, 32 net yards) 

1987: Set a single season pass 
completion percentage record as 
a sophomore (71-111, 913 yards. 
.640). Started three games, and 
spelled other starter (Dan Hen- 
ning) ... In his first game 
against Miami in relief, he was 
6 of 9 for 104 yards and had a 



TD pass ... In another relief role 
against Duke, he rallied the 
Terps from a 22-7 deficit m the 
hnal quarter to a 23-22 victory 
He set present career highs for 
completions (23), attempts (33) 
and yards (293) and threw for a 
TD ... He started for the hrst 
time m the season's eighth 
game against North Carolina 
and was 15 of 23 for 241 yards 
and a TD ... The next week he 
was 12-17 against Clemson for 
145 yards and a TD. 

Passing: 71-111, 913 yards, 4 
TDs, 6 Int. 

Best Game: Duke (23-33, 293 

yards, 1 TD) 

Personal: Youngest of nine 
children (five brothers, three 
sisters) ... all brothers played 
college ball— Mike (Penn St.), 
Steve (Duke), Peter (New 
Hampshire), Matt (Boston 
College). Born 7/3/66. Neil is 
the son of Barbara and Jack 
O'Donnell. 



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Vance Phillips 

Linebacker 

Jr. 6-2 224 

Fort Washincjton. MD 

Major: Psychology 

High School: Bishop McNamara 

At Maryland: A four-year mem- 
ber of the Terrapin squad, hav- 
mg redshirted his freshman year 
... He IS expected to play a role 
on the special teams unit this 
season and serve as a backup 
linebacker .. His athletic ability 
and talent enabled coaches to 
move him over to the defense 
during spring practice ... played 
his first two years at tight end. 

At Bishop McNamara: A three- 
sport standout athlete, earning 
letters in football (3), basketball 
(1) and track (1) ... He earned 
Honorable Mention All-County 
honors following his senior year 
... Participated in the WMAC 
All-Star football game 

Personal: Born 7/6/68 Vance is 
the son of Geraldme and Vance 
Phillips. 



Levin Purnell 

Linebacker 
So. 6-4 208 
Salisbury, MD 
Major: Agriculture 
High School: Wicomico 

At Maryland: Purnell is in his 
second year as a Terrapin ... A 
true sophomore who did not 
redshirt last season as a fresh- 
man ... A backup outside line- 
backer ... Will play a role on the 
special teams this season. 

At Wicomico: A first team All- 
Conference defensive end as a 
junior and senior ... He was a 
three-sport standout athlete, 
earning letters in football (3), 
basketball (2), and track (3) ... 
He was team captain for football 
as a senior ... Won the Class B 
State Championship in track in 
1988 and the conference cham- 
pionship in basketball that same 
year. 

Personal: Born 7/27/70. Levin is 
the son of Katnna Ann Surnell. 



Rich Phoenix 

Defensive Lineman 

Fr. 6-4 244 

Williamsport, PA 

Ma|or Undergraduate Studies 

High School: Williamsport 

At Maryland: Phoenix is 
expi-'clfd to see his first action 
in a Terrapin uniform this fall ... 
An exceptionally talented athlete 
who will contribute quality time 
to the 1989 defensive unit ... 
Had a strong showing in spring 
practice. 

1988: A redshirt year 

At Williamsport: A two-sport 
star out of high school ... He 
helped lead his team to three 
consecutive Southern Division 
championships and in 1987 his 
high school team captured the 
Eastern Conference title ... His 
coaches awarded him the An- 
drew Knight Award, "for hustle, 
dedication, and giving 100 per- 
cent to his team and the game 
of football" ... A three-year let- 
terwinner in track. Phoenix was 
the 1988 District IV shot put 
champion and voted Most Valu- 
able Field Athlete by his 
coaches and teammates ... Phoe- 
nix was the captain of the 1987 
football squad and the 1987 and 
1988 track teams. 

Personal: Born 11/23/70. Richard 
is the son of Dean Rowland and 
Nancy Phoenix. 



Dan Prunzik 

Wide Receiver 

Fr. 5-10 175 

Pittsburgh, PA 

Major: Undergraduate Studies 

High School: Mt. Lebanon 

At Maryland: Had an impressive 
eye-catching spring practice ... 
The little guy has speed and 
quickness and a sneaky way to 
get to the football ... Coaches 
laud his pass catching abilities, 
leaping and divmg for the ball ... 
Will be given special attention 
and a chance to contribute ... Is 
a tough hard-nosed player for 
his size ... Caught two passes in 
Red/White game for 21 yards 
and a long of 12. 



1988: A redshirt year. 

At Mt, Lebanon: A three-year, 
three-sport letterman, starring 
in football, basketball and track 
... Captained the basketball and 
track teams his senior year ... 
Selected to the Pittsburgh Press 
"Finest 44" and the Pittsburgh 
Post Gazette's "Fabulous 22" 
squads ... The football team was 
conference runner-up to the 
1987 National Champions, 
neighborhood North Hills High 
School ... A distinguished honor 
came his way as he was named 
Mt. Lebanon's Male Athlete of 
the Year his senior year, '88 ... 
An honor roll student his last 
five semesters at Mt. Lebanon. 

Personal: Born 6/18/70 Brother 
Jeff IS on the basketball team at 
Westminister (PA) College. Dan 
IS the son of Susan and Peter 
Prunzik, 



Ron Reagan 



Defensive Back 

Fr. 5-11 183 

Berwick, PA 

Major: Undergraduate Studies 

High School: Berwick 

At Maryland: Reagan finished 
the spring practice as a backup 
to safety Kevin Fowlkes ,., He is 
expected to see considerable 
action on the special teams and 
will be a solid backup to the de- 
fensive secondary ... Could chal- 
lenge for a starting position. 

1988: A redshirt year. 

At Berwick: A Big 33 selection 
in 1988 He was named All- 
Anthracite. All-Southern Divi- 
sion, and a Press Enterprise All- 
Star in football following his 
senior season ... Captained the 
football and track squads as a 
senior while earning two letters 
in each ... Reagan was a mem- 
ber of the National Honor Soci- 
ety ... Named Homecoming King 
in 1987. 

Personal: Born 12/5/69. Ron 
is the son of Susan and Paul 
Reagan. 



Cornel Rigby 

Fulback 
Fr. 6-0 195 
Casselberry, FL 
Major: Political Science 
High School: Lake Howell 

At Maryland: A player who 
may be a year away from regu- 
lar duty at fullback, but never- 
theless can contribute on spe- 
cial teams and in spot duty in 
the backfield ... He concluded 
the spring as the No 3 fullback, 
but may move down a spot if 
Dennis Spinelli returns as ex- 
pected from his shoulder injury 
He runs a 4.8 40 yard dash. 

1988: A redshirt year. 

At Lake Howell: Both a football 
and track star . . He earned sec- 
ond team all-conference football 
honors as a junior and senior, 
leading Lake Howell to the 1986 
conference crown ... He was the 
district track champion in the 
400 meters, and earned 
all-conference track recognition 
as a senior .. As a junior, Rigby 
was awarded the Commitement 
to Excellence Pin, given annu- 
ally by the high school to the 
student who contributes most 
to athletics and academics at 
Lake Howell .. As a senior, the 
American Legion honored him 
with the Leadership and Patrio- 
tism Award. 

Personal: Bom 3/24/70 m 
Washington D.C ... Cornel is the 
son of Irma Rigby-Stms ... In 
1988. he won the Optimist Club 
Essay Contest. 



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Paul Romanchock 

Tight End 

So. 6-5 233 

Windber, PA 

Major: Kinesiology 

High School: Windber Area 

At Maryland: Began his career 
here as a quarterback, but this 
spring moved to tight end, 
where he proved to be a quick 
study ... He has good size and 
With increased strength and 
technique work should be an 
effective blocker for the Terps ... 
He also runs a 5.0 40 yard dash, 
which gives the Terps another 
receiver at that position with 
good speed. 

1988: Did not play during the 
season ... He was hsted as the 
No. 3 quarterback behind Neil 
O'Donnell and Scott Zolak and 
spent the season directing the 
scout team. 

1987: A redshirt year. 

At Windber Area: A three-year 
letterman in football and basket- 
ball, who served as captain of 
both squads as a senior ... He 
played quarterback, defensive 
back and kicker for Windber, 
earning District 5-AA and Som- 
erset County MVP honors as a 
senior ... He played m the Big 33 
and North-South AU-Star games 
... In basketball, he played cen- 
ter and forward and led his 
team to a 28-2 record over his 
final two seasons ... In addition 
to his athletic pursuits, Roman- 
chock was a member of the Na- 
tional Honor Society and served 
in numerous positions in his 
class' student government. 

Personal: Born 1/22/69 ... Paul is 
the son of Diana and Michael 
Romanchock. 



Blaine Rose 

Offensive Guard 
Sr. 6-6 253 
Hammondsville, OH 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Stanton 

At Maryland: After lettering the 
past three years at tight end, he 
was moved inside to take over 
the starting left guard job this 
spring ... The need for help on 
the offensive line prompted the 
move ... Has super size and 
strength, abilities that made him 
so effective as a tight end. 

1988: During the '88 spring prac- 
tice, he was moved from his 
tight end spot to offensive tackle 
... When fall practice opened, he 
was listed as a tackle on the 
depth chart . The next day he 
returned to the tight end job .. 
Started the final six games of 
the season as he and David Carr 
battled evenly all year ... Caught 
7 passes, 109 yards, 15.6 aver- 
age, 27 yards longest. 

1987: Played m all 11 games 
caught one pass for seven yards 
in the Miami game ... Was used 
a great deal as the Terps went 
to a two tight end offense ... 
Rose went in along with regular 
Ferrell Edmunds to have a pair 
of outstanding tight end block- 
ers for the running backs and 
pass protection, 
1986: Played m 10 games ... 
Caught two passes for 23 yards. 

1985: A redshirt year 

At Stanton: A three sport, four 
year letterman in football, bas- 
ketball and track ... Captained 
the basketball team his junior 
and senior years and the track 
team his senior year ... Was a 
tight end and defensive end in 
high school ... Was a forward 
and center on the basketball 
team ... A high jumper, discus 
thrower and pole vaulter for the 
track team ... State pole vault 
and discus champion ... All tri- 
county first three years in foot- 
ball and basketball ... Very 
highly recruited. 

Personal: Born 6/13/66. Blaine is 
the son of Joan and Curtis Rose. 



Scott Rosen 

Defensive Back 
So. 5-11 184 
Philadelphia, PA 
Major: Physical Education 
High School: George 

Washington 
At Maryland: He finished the 
spring season as starting left 
cornerback ... Rosen is expected 
to start at cornerback for the 
Terps ... He will be one of three 
new members to the defensive 
secondary ... He ran a 4.6 40- 
yard dash m the spring. 

1988: Saw action in five games 
last season ... recorded two un- 
assisted and one assisted tackle 
... He suffered broken ribs 
against Georgia Tech and 
missed three games as a result, 

1987: A redshirt season. 

At George Washington: He was 

an All-Pubhc and All-City selec- 
tion m football as a senior ... 
Rosen earned three letters in 
football and two in baseball ... 
He was elected football team 
captain m 1987 ... Named All- 
Public and All-City in baseball 
as a senior ... He helped lead 
his baseball team to the 1987 
city championship , , . He was an 
Honor Roll student and chosen 
as George Washington's Scholar 
Athlete of the Year for 1987. 

Personal: Born 9/19/69. Scott is 
the son of Levern and Al Rosen. 



Bob Rushnak 

Linebacker 

Jr. 5-11 223 

East Brunswick, NJ 

Major: Criminal Justice 

High School: East Brunswick 

At Maryland: A redshirt junior 
who saw action m two games 
last season ... He finished spring 
practice second on the depth 
chart at outside linebacker ... 
Rushnak is expected to see ac- 
tion on the special teams and as 
a backup linebacker. 

1988: Saw limited action, but 
recovered a fumble m the Wake 
Forest game 

1987: As a backup linebacker he 
was credited with two tackles 
on special teams play. 

1986: A redshirt season. 

At East Brunswick: He won the 
coveted Bill Denny 
Scholar-Athlete Award ... Rush- 
nak was an All-State linebacker 
and tight end as named by the 
Associated Press. Newark Star 
Ledger and New York Daily 
News ... Won the team's MVP 
award as a senior ... He was 
also a standout track performer, 
running the hurdles and han- 
dling the shot put chores ... Won 
the county championship in hur- 
dles during the 1986 indoor 
track season. 

Personal: Born 3/11/68. Bob is 
the son of Millie and Bob Rush- 
nak. 




Blame Rose (86) 



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Rich Salgado 

Offensive Tackle 

Jr 6-4 293 

New Hyde Park, NY 

Major: Recreation 

High School: New Hyde Park 

At Maryland: Plays both tackle 
and guard ... Expected to give 
the line added strength and 
much needed experienced depth 
... Could be a big suprise this 
fall vieing for the tackle job ... 
Bench presses 415 pounds. 

1988: Gave the line great help 
as backup guard and tackle 

1987: Did not play 

1986: A redshirt year 

At New Hyde Park: Lettered 
three years in football and two 
years in basketball and lacrosse 
... Went to Milford Academy for 
his senior year ... A forward on 
the basketball team at New 
Hyde park and a defensemen on 
the lacrosse team ... Football 
team won the Rutgers Cup 
championship in'84 and the 
Nassau County title in '83 ... 
Was a Scholastic Coach 
All-America selection his senior 
season 

Personal: Born 9/12/65, Rich is 
the son of Nilka and Richard 
Salgado. 



lim Sandwisch 

Punter/Quartorbiick 
So. 6-3 187 
Great Mills, MD 
Major: Pro-Business 
High School: Great Mills 

At Maryland: Sandwisch is in 
his third year at Maryland, hav- 
ing redshirted the 1987 season 
... He is the third string quarter- 
back and back-up punter to 
DeArmas. 

At Great Mills: A three-sport 
athlete in high school ... He was 
an All-County punter in 1986 
and a second team AU-SMAC 
punter in 1987 ... Following his 
senior season, he was named 
All-County and second team AU- 
SMAC at quarterback The 
football team was County Cham- 
pions in 1986 and 1987 ... An 
All-County shortstop in 1986 and 
1987 and AU-SMAC shortstop as 
a junior (second team) and se- 
nior (first team) , . He was team 
captain for football (1987) and 
basebaU (1986. 1987) ... Earned 
two letters m footbaU, four m 
basebaU and one in basketball. 

Personal: Born 11/14/68. Jame- 
sis the son of Sharon and Larry 
Sandwisch. 




Dennis Spinelli (34) 



Dennis Spinelli 

fullback 
Sr. 6-2 229 
Lindenhurst, NY 
Major: Communications 
High School: Lindenhurst 

At Maryland: The biggest back 
with experience in the Terp 
fleet, a healthy Spinelli will con- 
vert important short yardage 
situations, and account for ex- 
plosive trips up the middle. He 
has been used extensively for 
two years, and comes into his 
senior year as the classic full- 
back candidate. 

1988: Maryland did not make a 
critical first down in its sixth 
game of the year against Wake 
Forest ... Out of that unfortu 
nate circumstance came life for 
Spinelli, the big back whose role 
It had been in the previous year 
to get the short yards ... 
Through those six games, 
SpineUi had gained but 91 yards 
on 24 carries ..In the next 
game at Duke, Spinelli was des- 
ignated short man and 
responded with 39 yards on 1 1 
carries and he scored his first 
TD ... Then, against North Caro- 
lina he charged into the end 
zone twice, and earned six 
times for 36 yards , . At Penn 
State he had a TD and 25 yards 
on seven muddy carries ... He 
was injured in the Clemson 
game but had 30 yards on five 
carries ... Based on his finish a 
year ago. he should charge into 
1989. 

1987: Had the best game of his 
career thus far against West 
Virginia Carried a career high 
19 times for a career best 57 
yards, and his two TDs led a 
remarkable comeback, and a 
two-point conversion run gave 
the Terps 15 consecutive points 
.. His top reception game was 
with Penn State at Memorial 
Stadium when he had career 
highs m receptions (five) and 
yards (45). Second leading 
rusher on the team. 

1986: Lettered cdthough ham- 
pered by injuries. 
1985: A redshirt year. 

At Linentaurst: Dennis played 
football and lacrosse at Linden- 
hurst, the football team wmning 



The Terrapins 



league championships when he 
was a sophomore and junior ... 
He was team MVP as a sopho- 
more, and offensive player of 
the year as a junior and senior 
... Spinelli had no fumbles in his 
last 305 carries in high school. 

Personal: Born: 2/17/67. Dennis 
IS the son of Maril Muglia. 

Terpstats 
Rushing/Receiving 

Att-Yds-Avg-TDAtt-Yds-Avg-TD 

1986 7-29 -4.1 - 2- 16-8,0 ■ 

1987 73-249-3.4 - 2 28-199-7 1 - 

1988 53-221-4.2 - 4 10- 81-8 1 - 
Totalsl33-499-3.8 - 6 40-296-7.4 - 



Ron Staffileno 

Offensive Guard 

Fr. 6-2 243 

Wellsburg. WV 

Major: Undergraduate Studies 

High School: Brooke 

At Maryland: Another of the 
fine young offensive candidtaes 
for the Terps ... Will be a guard 
candidate when the '89 fall 
practice opens ... Was moved to 
the offense m spring practice 
after spending last season on 
the scout teams playing defen- 
sive tackle. 

1988: A redshirt year. 

At Brooke: A two-year football 
letterman and team captain his 
senior year ... Was chosen first 
team all-state and first team 
All-Mountaineer League follow- 
ing the '87 campaign ... In '86 
he was voted the teams' most 
unproved freshmen ... A mem- 
ber of the National Honor Soci- 
ety and was awarded the 
Brooke High School Acadermc 
Achievement Award ... In '87, 
the football team was 
undefeated (13-0) and captured 
the West Virgmia State Champi- 
onship ... Upper Ohio Valley 
Dapper Dan Honoree . . . Was 
Center Circle President and 
Latm Club representative. 

Personal: Bom 10/5/70. Ron is 
the son of Jams and Louis 
Staffileno 



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Derek Steele 

Defensive Guard 

So. 6-4 246 

Newport News, VA 

Major: Undergraduate Studies 

High School: Warwick 

At Maryland: A redshirt sopho- 
more, Steele finished spring 
practice number one on the 
depth chart at left tackle ... He 
will add exceptional depth to 
Maryland's tackle prospects . 
He will compete for a starting 
position this fall , He benched 
300 pounds m the spring, 

1988: Steele's best game was 
against Virginia. He recorded 
one unassisted tackle and two 
assisted tackles. 

1987: A redshirt season 

At Warwick: A three-year 
standout playing defensive end 
and tackle .,, He was named 
Honorable Mention All-America 
as a senior ... A first team All- 
State, All-Region, and 
All-District selection after his 
senior season ... As a junior, he 
was named first team 
All-Distnct, second team 
All-Region, and Honorable Men- 
tion All-State ...He earned Hon- 
orable Mention AU-District hon- 
ors as a sophomore and junior ... 
He was elected team captain as 
a senior. 

Personal: Born 12/27/68. Derek 
is the son of Faye and Banter 
Steele. 



Brett Stevenson 

Tight End 

Fr. 6-5 219 

Thornton, PA 

Major: Undergraduate Studies 

High School: West Chester East 

At Maryland: Another player 
who lends considerable depth to 
the tight end position ... He may 
be a year away from competing 
for a regular spot, but is 
expected to see some playing 
time this year. 

1988: A redshirt year. 

At West Chester East: A mem- 
ber of the 1987 first team all- 
state lists as picked by the As- 
sociated Press and by the 
Philadelphia Inquirer ... He was 



the team's Outstanding Defensive 
Player in 1986 and the its overall 
MVP in 1987 ,,, Stevenson was 
captain of the East team in the 
1987 East-West Chester County 
game. 

Personal: Born 2/7/70 ,,, Brett is 
the son of Velma and William 
Stevenson. 



Tony Strano 

Offensive Lineman 
So. 6-5 295 
Torrington, CT 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: Torrington 

At Maryland: Expected to be a 
major factor m the development 
of a youthful nucleus of offen- 
sive linemen Will handle the 
tackle assignment, 

1988: Saw limited playing time 
at left tackle 

1987: A redshirt year 

At Torrington: A three-sport, 
three-year letterman in football, 
basketball and track . , Played 
offensive guard, tackle and de- 
fensive tackle ,.. Was an 
all-Naugatuck Valley and 
all-state pick by theHart/ord 
Courant and the New Haven 
Register ... Received the most 
votes by state coaches as the 
area's best lineman .., All-NV 
league ... Lettered in basketball 
at center and put the shot for 
the track team ... An honor roll 
student his senior year and a 
student council representative. 

Personal: Born 8/27/69. Anthony 
IS the son of Susan and Pat 
Strano. 



Doug Stump 

Running Back 

Jr. 6-0 215 

Finksburg, MD 

Major: Aerospace Engineering 

High School: Westminster 

At Maryland: Has been a hard- 
working member of squad for 
three years and this spring, 
when injuries decimated the 
offensive backfield, he made his 
mark ,,, He finished spring ball 
as the No, 2 fullback, although 
injured starter Dennis Spinelli is 
expected to regain one of the 
top two spots this fall ,, Never- 
theless, Stump proved an ag- 
gressive runner who can hang 
onto the ball and good blocker 
, , He will get some playing time 
on special teams and could see 
limited game action this year ... 
He rushed seven times for 25 
yards and a touchdown in the 
spring game. 

At Westminster: Was a three- 
sport star, lettering m football, 
wrestling and lacrosse , In 
1986, he was the Carroll County 
Athlete of the Year, after lead- 
ing the wrestling team to the 
state championship and the la- 
crosse team to the county title 
,,, That same wrestling season. 
Stump won the individual state 
title .,, He also was a honorable 
mention selection for the Na- 
tional Merit Scholar program 
that year He was the West- 
minster Valedictorian (in a class 
of 505), and was a finalist as a 
Maryland Distinguished Scholar, 

Personal: Born 2/15/68 ... Doug 
is the son of Charlene and 
Charles Stump ... He enjoys 
traveling, which is a plus con- 
sidering he has lived in 
England, Switzerland and Ku- 
wait in addition to College Park. 



Ed Suggs 

Running Back 
So. 6-1 193 
Brooklyn, NY 
Major: Pre-Business 
High School: Lafayette 

At Maryland: Another in a line 
of promising, young backs who 
possess excellent speed and 
strength ... He finished the 
spring as the No. 2 tailback be- 
hind Bren Lowery and should 
see considerable action this 
season ,, He has 4,5 speed in 
the 40, and still bench presses 
300 pounds ,,, If Maryland's tail- 
back position IS to be sound, it 
will rely on the relatively un- 
proven strengths of Suggs and 
fellow-sophomore Troy Jackson 
... In the spring game, Suggs 
carried seven times for 23 yards 
... He also is expected to play 
on kickoff and punt return 
teams this season, 

1988: Saw limited duty, rushing 
three tunes for 1 1 yards includ- 
ing a long gain of five yards 
against West Virginia. 

1987: A redshirt year. 

At Lafayette: Earned three let- 
ters each in football and track, 
captaining both squads as a se- 
nior ... He rushed for more than 
2,200 yards as a prep star, in- 
cluding a 1,200 yard season as 
a senior ,.. He make the Brook- 
lyn first team all-star team as a 
senior and was his team's and 
division's MVP ... He also 
earned Blue Chip all-star recog- 
nition by the New York Daily 
News and Newsday and was 
listed on numerous All-America 
squads ... Brooklyn Lafayette is 
the same school which 
produced former Terp running 
back Willie Joyner ... In addition 
to Sugg's athletic prowess, he 
was a member of the Arista Ac- 
ademic Society and treasurer for 
the Arkan Society, 

Personal: Born 10/5/69 ... Ed is 
the son of Barbara and Eddie 
Suggs. 



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Brett Stevenson 
87 Tight End 




Mike Stofflet 

37 Defensive Back 



Anthony Strano 

69 Offensive Lineman 



Doug Stump 
41 Fullback 



Ed Suggs 
7 Tailback 



Mitch Suplee 

76 Offensive Guard 




I 



L C Thomas 

29 Defensive Back 



Mike Thomas 

5 Defensive Back 



Ed Tomlin 

33 Defensive Back 



Andre Vaughn 
44 Running Back 




Larry Webster 

99 Defensive Tackle 



Lubo Zizakovic 

98 Defensive Tackle 



Scott Zolak 

13 Quarterback 



37 



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Mitch Suplee 

Offensive Guard 
So. 6-4 258 
Edgewater, MD 
Major: Criminal Justice 
High School: South River 

At Maryland: One of the finest 
young linemen to wear the Red 
and White in a long time ,, 
Strong, aggressive and has more 
than adequate quickness ,,. 
Bench presses 350 pounds ... 
Will be a #1 backup guard and 
will challenge for a possible 
starters role. 

1988: Had a remarkable year ... 
Won the all-important job for the 
long snapper position for place 
kicks, field goals, punts and ex- 
tra points as a freshman ... Had 
a perfect season on snaps ... 
Saw some play on the line and 
played on the special teams ... 
Had a first hit on a punt return, 
after his snap, against Georgia 
Tech. 

1987: A redshirt year 
At South River: A two year let- 
terman in football and basket- 
ball ... Captained both teams his 
senior year .. Football team won 
county and region champion- 
ships in'84, '85 and '86 ,. Went 
to the state finals in'84, playing 
the title game in Byrd Stadium 
... State quarter-finalists in '85 
and semi-finalists in '86 ... Was 
all-county first team his junior 
year and first team All-Metro his 
senior year and received honor- 
able mention All-America honors 
... Played for the North in the 
North - South All-Star game ... 
Was a Big 33 selection during 
his senior year ... Was the Balti- 
more Sun "Player of the Year" in 
'86 ... A center on the basketball 
team ... Was an honor roll stu- 
dent. 

Personal: Born 2/27/69. Mitch is 
the son of Carol Suplee. 



L.C. Thomas 

Defensive Back 
Jr. 5-9 167 
Landover Hills, MD 
Major: Bio Chemistry 
High School: DeMatha 

At Maryland: Has been a 
reserve defensive back since his 
arrival in College Park ... He has 
played mainly on defensive 
scout teams, but may get his op- 
portunity this season to see time 
in the Terps' secondary ... He 
finished the spring as the No. 3 
left cornerback. 

At DeMatha: Lettered as part of 
the varsity in both football and 
basketball . . He led the football 
team to the 1985 Metro 
co-championship with a 7-0-1 
record ... He was an all-county 
selection as a baseball center- 
fielder ... He was listed among 
the Distinguished American 
High School Students in both 
1985 and 1986, 

Personal: Born 5/8/68 ... His 
given name is Lamont, but he 
goes by L.C ,,. L.C, is the son of 
Beverly and Lamont Thomas , , 
He likes to spend his spare time 
working with disabled youth. 



Mike Thomas 

Defensive Back 

So. 5-10 175 

Philadelphia, PA 

Major: Pre-Business 

High School: Bishop McDevitt 

At Maryland: A strong candi- 
date to take over a starting posi- 
tion m a Maryland secondary 
ravaged by graduation ... He has 
the ability to play free safety 
and cornerback and could be the 
key to Maryland's revamped sec- 
ondary ,,. He has excellent 
speed, having run a 4.4 40-yard- 
dash during the spring. 

1988: Played in the nickel and 
dime extra-back situations and 
was a key member of 
Maryland's special teams ... He 
played m eight games, recording 
14 tackles, 11 unassisted ... He 
had one pass deflection and 
picked off an Anthony Dilweg 
pass against Duke and returned 
it 27 yards. 

1987: A redshirt year. 



At Bishop McDevitt: A 

two-sport star in the Philadel- 
phia Catholic League ,,, Thomas 
was honorable mention 
all-Catholic and all-city as a full- 
back and first team all-Catholic 
and city champion as a 60-yard 
dash man ... He was his football 
team's offensive MVP as a se- 
nior, leading Bishop to the Cath- 
oUc League championship. 

Personal: Born 12/16/69 ... Mike 
IS the son of Tern and William 
Thomas. 



Eddie Tomlin 

Defensive Back 

Sr. 6-1 195 

Newport News, VA 

Major: Undergraduate Studies 

High School: Denbigh 

Junior College: Hutchinson 

At Maryland: May be the key to 

Maryland's revamped secondary 
this season , , He can play 
strong safety and free safety ... 
He has excellent size and 
strength — bench pressing 317 
pounds — and still runs a 4.5 
40-yard-dash ... Tomlin is one of 
the squad's top hitters, who will 
also see considerable time on 
the special teams ... hard 
worker and leader. 

1988: Played in five games, re- 
cording nine tackles, seven un- 
assisted ... He saw the majority 
of his playing time on special 
teams, though he did play in 
some extra-back situations ... 
He had two tackles each on spe- 
cial teams against Louisville 
and Duke. 

At Hutchinson: Team captain of 
his junior college team in 1987, 
earning all-conference honors at 
linebacker ... He also was the 
school's champion powerlifter ... 
He graduated with an Associ- 
ates Degree in Arts, 

At Denbigh: A two-sport star in 
football and track, captaining 
both squads as a senior ,,. As a 
senior, he was a second team 
all-conference linebacker and a 
first team all-conference track 
star ... Tomlin was the defen- 
sive MVP m the 1986 Virginia 
High School All-Star Game. 

Personal: Born 9/10/68 . . Eddie 
is the son of Leslie and Julia 
Copeland ... Tomlin enjoys help- 
ing younger athletes with 
weight training. 



lohnny Vessels 

Defensive Back 

Jr. 5-10 193 

Washington D.C. 

Major: Recreation 

High School: H.D. Woodson 

At Maryland: Has been around 
the program long enough that 
he is considered one of the vet- 
erans in a revamped defensive 
secondary ,. He is a versatile 
back, able to play either safety 
position or on the corner, his 
likely spot this season. 

1988: Saw limited action last 
year, mainly in the Terps' nickel 
and dime extra-man defenses ... 
He finished the season with 
two tackles. 

1987: Sat out the season while 
recovering from a broken ankle. 

1986: A redshirt season. 

At H.D. Woodson: A three-year 
letterman at cornerback and 
wide receiver ... He earned rec- 
ognition as a first team 
all-Metropolitan Area selection 
by the Washington Post ...He 
was voted his team's best de- 
fensive player as both a junior 
and senior, while leading Wood- 
son to the DC, Eastern Division 
championship each year. 

Personal: Born 3/3/68 .. Johnny 
IS the son of Ryland and Anne 
Vessels. 



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Greg Vincent 

Linebacker 

Fr. 6-3 219 

Collegeville. PA 

Major: Uiulortiraduate Studies 

High School: Methacton 

At Maryland: Has the quickness 
and strength to play as a down 
defensive end or stand-up out- 
side linebacker ... He has good 
intensity and should get a 
chance to play this season He 
also will play a role on the spe- 
cial teams. 

1988: A redshirt year. 

At Methacton: A three-sport 
star in football, baseball and 
hockey, eventually turning down 
a professional opportunity with 
the Ontario Hockey League as a 
16 year old ... He was an 
all-league and all-county selec- 
tion in all three sports ... In 
1984. his ice hockey team won 
the Eastern Regional Champion- 
ship and he played m the Ama- 
teur Hockey Association's 
United States Nationals. 

Personal: Born 3/19/70 ... Greg 
is the son of Carol and Bob 
Vincent. 



Mark Walsh 

Linebacker 

Sr. 6-2 210 

Belleville. NJ 

Major: Health & Education 

High School: Belleville 

At Maryland: Hardworking, 
solid linebacker who will help 
key the Terps' defense this sea- 
son ..He has decent size and 
speed and a knack for being 
Mound the ball ..He plays at a 
position that may be Maryland's 
deepest defensive spot . . Walsh 
is one of the defense's most in- 
tense players ... He is exception- 
ally strong, with the team's best 
bench press — 415 pounds — 
emd Its sixth-best squat — 665 
pounds — during spring weight- 
lifting ... Early in 1988 he split 
time with Karl Edwards at their 
strong-side position, and Walsh 
finished this year's spring prac- 
tice as the No. 2 player on the 
depth chart at the position. 



1988: Walsh played in all 1 1 
games, starting two. and 
finished with 36 tackles ... He 
had 25 unassisted stops and also 
registered one quarterback sack 

- dumping Louisville's Jay Gru- 
den in the first game of the year 

— and two tackles for loss ... His 
tackle total ranked 14th on the 
squad. 

1987: Lettered as a back-up line- 
backer and special teams star ... 
He had 13 tackles from his 
'backer position and nine others 
off of special teams — eight 
times inflicting the first hit on 
those special teams tackles. 

1986: Saw some action at line- 
backer and was used 
extensively on special teams ... 
He finished with 15 tackles, nine 
coming on special teams. 

1985: A redshirt year. 

At Belleville: A three-year let- 
tetman at defensive back and 
also played back-up quarterback 
... As a senior, he was all-state, 
all-conference, all-county and 
all-area and played in the North- 
South All-Star Game ... He led 
Belleville to the 1983 conference 
title. 

Personal: Born 4/20/67 ... Mark 
is the son of Roseann and 
William Walsh. 



Larry Webster 

Defensive Tackle 

So. 6-5 271 

Elkton, MD 

Major: Undergraduate Studies 

High School: Elkton 

At Maryland: Could be the best 
tackle in the 1980's at Maryland. 
Size, speed, a knack for being 
around the ball — he is and All- 
ACC candidate and most impor- 
tant defender for 1989. 

1988: As the year wore on, 
Webster wore down opponents. 
Used little through the first six 
games (he had a total of five 
tackles), Webster was used 
more at Duke where he had 
four tackles (3-1). including a 
sack ... At North Carolina, he 
announced his presence as the 
most talented young Terp de- 
fender by making nine tackles 
(six initial hits), including one 
tackle for no gain, one for a loss, 
and one sack ... In the mud at 
Penn State, Webster had 10 
tackles (a career high of seven 
initial hits), two for a loss and 
one pass break-up ... In the 
Clemson game which was a 
battle for first m the ACC. Web- 
ster had seven tackles (4-3) ... 
He finished the year with a ca- 
reer high 1 1 tackles at Virgini- 
a—six initial hits, one tackle for 



The Terrapins 



a loss. In the four games he 
was used fulltime, Webster had 
37 tackles (23 initial hits), and 
five tackles behind the line of 
scrimmage. His limited time did 
not prevent him from tying for 
the team lead in tackles for a 
loss (five). 

Yearly Totals: 31 initial hits, 18 
assists, two sacks, five tackles 
for losses, one pass defleaed. 

At Elkton: Webster had a 
unique double at Elkton: He 
was a defensive tackle -full- 
back. He rushed for more than 
2,000 yards on offense, and was 
selected to the Maryland Big 33 
team ... Webster was all-county 
and MVP in both football and 
basketball. 

Personal: Born: 1-18-69. Larry is 
the son of Theresa and Larry 
Webster. 




Mark Walsh (42) and Karl Edwards (11) 



39 



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Lubo Zizakovic 

Defensive Tackle 
So. 6-7 268 

Weston, Ontario, Canada 
Major: Pre-Business 
High School: Weston Collegiate 
Institute 

At Maryland: Is a leading candi- 
date to be one of Maryland's 
starting tackles on opening day 
if he recovers completely, as ex- 
pected, from a knee injury he 
suffered during spring ball ... He 
has the size, speed and strength 
to be one of the all-time greats 
for Maryland ... He squatted 700 
pounds in the spring, one of 
only four Terps to make that 
weight ... Still, despite his huge 
size, he runs a 5.1 40 yard dash. 

1988: Played in five games and 
really came on late m the year ... 
He was the back-up to 
All-Atlantic Coast Conference 
tackle Warren Powers, which 
hmited his play He finished 
the year with just five tackles, 
but showed enormous potential 
his limited playing time. 

1987: A redshirt year. 

At Weston Collegiate Institute: 

A three-sport star, lettering four 
times each in football and bas- 
ketball and twice in rugby ... He 
was captain of the football and 
basketball teams as a junior and 
senior ... He played three ways 
m football — on offense as a 
tight end, on defense as a tackle 
Eind on special teams as a kicker 
... He was the center on the bas- 
ketball team and the wing for- 
ward on the rugby team, earn- 
ing Athlete of the Year honors 
in both those sports as well as 
his football MVP honors as a 
junior and senior. 

Personal: Born 2/28/68 ... Lubo 
is the son of Rada and Roy Ziza- 
kovic and the brother of Srecko, 
a senior defensive end at Ohio 
State ... He led the team last 
year in fashion statements, often 
allowing teammate Dan DeAr- 
mas to experiment with differ- 
ent hairstyling designs on 
"Ziz's" head ... He is the first 
Canadian to play for Maryland 
since Jan Carinci, who as a 
standout wide receiver for the 
Terps in the early 1980s. 



Scott Zolak 

Quarterback 

Jr. 6-5 224 

Monongahela, PA 

Major: Speech Communications 

High School: Ringgold 

At Maryland: The undisputed 
back-up quarterback for the 
Terps ... He has all the skills — a 
strong, accurate arm, good un- 
derstanding of the offense and 
the respect of his teammates — 
to go along with his great size 
and attitude ... On many other 
major-college teams, he could be 
a starter, but the Terps are 
blessed with two of the best 
quarterbacks m the ACC this 
season ... Zolak had an impres- 
sive spring, capping it off with a 
12 of 18 throwing performance 
for 152 yards in the spring game 
... He benched 290 pounds in the 
spring and squatted 515, yet still 
ran a 4 9 40 yard dash. 

1988: He played in four games 
— against West Virginia, Penn 
State, Clemson and Virginia — 

completing 12 of 22 passes (54.6 
percent) for 128 yards ... Against 
Virginia, he entered the game 
late in the fourth quarter and led 
the Terps to a touchdown ..In 
that drive, he completed a 24- 
yard pass for a first down on 
fourth and 10, and then after a 
three-yard completion he pitched 
to running back Ricky Johnson 
who ran the final three yards to 
the touchdown ... The ensuing 
two-point conversion was quite 
possibly the most controversial 
play of the Terps' year — Zolak's 
pass to Ricky Johnson was ruled 
incomplete by one referee after 
being signaled good by another 
and the Terps lost the game by 
a single point, 24-23. 

1987: Did not play during the 
season, but gained valuable ex- 
perience as part of the scout 
team and in practice situations 
with Neil O'Donnell and then- 
starter Dan Henning. 

1986: A redshirt year. 

At Ringgold: Quarterback and 
basketball team forward for each 
of his four prep years, while 
earning honor roll status three of 
those seasons ... As a senior, he 
was a first team all-state and 
all-conference pick, while being 



selected to the Pittsburgh Post- 
Gazette's Fabulous 22 and the 
Pittsburgh Press' Finest 44 ... 
He was named to Athlon Maga- 
zine's Eastern Elite 1 1 and was 
selected as Ringgold MVP by 
the Tribune Review and Metro 
Index ... His numbers that se- 
nior season were impressive: 



79 completions in 153 attempts 
for 1,251 yards and 10 touch- 
downs, against six intercep- 
tions ... As a kicker, he was 17 
of 17 on PATs and had a 40.4 
punting average. 
Personal: Born 12/13/67 ... Scott 
IS the son of Daryl and Paul Zo- 
lak 




INCOMING FRESHMEN 

Alan Alexander 

Wide Receiver/Defensive Back 

Fr. 5-10 190 

Altoona, PA 

High School: Altoona Area 

At Altoona: An Honorable Men- 
tion AU-Amencan as named by 
Street & Smith and USA TODAY 
... was a Pennsylvania All-State 
Honorable Mention wide 
receiver in 1988 ... He captained 
the football squad as a senior 
and the track team as a junior 
and senior ... Helped lead Al- 
toona to an 8-4 record and Dis- 
trict VI championship in football 
during the 1988 season. 
Personal: Born 2/10/71. Alan is 
the son of Darlene and Charles 
Alexander. 



Shawn Bartley 

Defensive Back 

Fr. 6-2 183 

Moreno Valley, CA 

High School: Moreno Valley 

At Moreno Valley: Bartley 
joins the Maryland football 
program as an All-Citrus Belt 
League selection in 1988 ... as 
a basketball standout, Bartley 
led his team to a 23-5 record 
in 1988 and the Citrus Belt 
League championship ... He 
earned one letter in football 
and two in basketball ... a 
1988-89 America's Who's Who 
Among High School Students 
... Participated in the Gifted 
and Talented Education 
(GATE) program ... An Honor 
Roll student. Bartley received 
the Moreno Valley Special 
Merit Award for Academics in 
his junior year. 

Personal: Born 11/6/70. Shawn 
is the son of Vonzetta and 
Paul Bartley. His brother, Paul, 
was a Riverside County AU- 
Star in football for the 1985 
and 1986 seasons and 
attended Riverside Community 
College. 



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Joseph Bergstrom 

Linebacker 
Fr 6-'l 220 
Malvern, PA 

High School: Archbishop 
Carroll 

At Archbishop Carroll: Berg- 
strom was a two-Uiue 
All-Catholic. All-City and All 
Southeastern Pennsylvania se- 
lection at linebacker following 
the 1987 and 1988 seasons ... He 
was chosen AU-Catholic in bas- 
ketball for the 1988-89 season ... 
As captain of the 1988 football 
squad. Bergstrom was instru- 
mental in leading Carroll to a 
9-4 record and the Catholic 
League-Southern Division Cham- 
pionship .,, Earned two letters in 
football and was a four-year 
standout on the basketball team, 
collecting four letters. 
Personal: Born 4/27/71. Joe is 
the son of Dorothea and Thomas 
Bergstrom 

Brandon Bertha 

Defensive Back 

Fr. 6-0 180 

Virginia Beach. VA 

High School: Bayside High 

At Bayside: A two sport stand- 
out athlete in both football and 
track ... Bertha was a three-time 
letterwinner in football, indoor 
track and outdoor track Was 
named All-Beach linebacker fol- 
lowmg the 1988 season .. As a 
senior, he was the team captain 
for all three sports A long 
jump regional champion in 1989 
... Helped lead the track team to 
the 1987 State championship 
Personal: Born 3/27/71. Son of 
Dorothy and Willie Bertha. 

Doug Catherman 

Defensive Lineman 

Fr. 6-6 240 

Mifflinburg, PA 

High School: Mifflinburg Area 

At Mifflinburg: A two-year All- 
League offensive tackle in 1987 
and 1988 ,. Earned three letters 
in football and track and was 
team captain for football in his 
senior year ... Doug was Presi- 
dent of the National Honor Soci- 
ety and two year President of 
the Spanish Club ... Was on the 
Distmguished Honor Roll at Mif- 
flinburg. 

Personal: Bom 2/17/71. Doug is 
the son of Bonnie and Robert 
Catherman. 



John Flood 

Placckicker 

Fr 5-11 190 

West Seneca, NY 

High School: St. Joseph's 

Collegiate Institute 
At St. Joseph's: An 
All American placekicker at St. 
Joseph's, Flood comes to the 
University with impressive cre- 
dentials ... Was selected 
All-Catholic and All Western 
New York four consecutive years 
... An All-State selection four 
years as well ... Earned four let- 
ters m football and one letter m 
soccer ... Captain of the soccer 
team. 

Personal: Born 12/22/70. John is 
the son of Patricia and John J. 
Flood 

Jaime Flores 

Linebacker 
Fr. 6-3 220 
Baltimore, MD 
High School: Baltimore 

Polytechnic 
At Baltimore Polytechnic: Flo- 
res earned numerous accolades 
at Poly ... He was chosen All- 
State. All-City. and All-Metro 
first team as a junior and a se- 
nior A member of the 1989 
Maryland roster for the annual 
Big 33 game against Pennsylva- 
nia all-stars ... A three-sport star, 
Flores earned two letters m foot- 
ball and basketball and three in 
lacrosse .He was elected team 
captain for the football and la- 
crosse squads. 

Personal: Born 7/19/71. Jaime is 
the son of Martina and German 
Flores 

Andre Hewitt 

Tight End 

Fr. 6-7 235 

Mt. Lebanon, PA 

High School: Mt. Lebanon 

At Mt. Lebanon: A two-sport 
star. Andre was a standout in 
both basketball and football ... 
He earned two letters in basket- 
ball and one in football . , Team 
captain of the basketball squad 
... Was chosen to the Mt. Leba- 
non All-Tournament Team m 
basketball ... Hewitt joins former 
Mt. Lebanon teammate Dan 
Prunzik here at Maryland. 

Personal: Bom 4/26/71. Andre is 
the son of Sylvia Powell and 
Ralph Hewitt. His father was a 
two-sport athlete in football and 
basketball at Bellarmine College 
in LouisviUe. KY. 



Bill Inge 



Defensive Back 
Fr. 5-n 180 
Lindenwold, NJ 
High School: Overbrook Re- 
gional 

At Overbrook: Bill comes to 
Maryland having been a three- 
year letterwinner in football ... 
As a senior, he was All-South 
Jersey and second team 
All-State ... He was selected to 
play in the North-South Game ... 
Was an All-Conference and All- 
Group 4 selection his junior year 
Elected team captain for foot- 
ball ... Inge earned varsity let- 
ters in basketball and track as 
well. 

Personal: Born 1/2/71, BUI is the 
son of Donna and William Inge. 

Steve Ingram 

Defensive Tackle 
Fr. 6-5 230 
Lanham, MD 
High School: DuVal 

At DuVal: A three-time 
All-League selection ... Follow- 
ing his senior season, he was 
named first team All-County 
and second team All-Met ... He 
represented Maryland in the Big 
33 game this past July against a 
group of Pennsylvania All-Stars 
... His team voted him 1988 De- 
fensive Lineman of the Year ... 
Ingram was named Honorable 
Mention All-County after his 
junior year and area coaches 
named him to their Coaches All- 
Star Team ... As 1988 team cap- 
tain, he helped lead DuVal to 
county and state championships 
... He was selected to the Who's 
Who in High School Football ... 
A two-sport standout in high 
school, he earned three letters 
in football and two in basketball 
... Was also team captain in bas- 
ketball his senior year ... He 
was a two-time All-League se- 
lection in basketball and follow- 
ing his senior year was named 
Honorable Mention All-County 
in basketball ... Member of the 
Honor Roll. 

Personal: Born 5/8/71. Steve is 
the son of Cynthia and Kirk In- 
gram. 



Willie Johnson 

Running Back 

Fr. 6-2 220 

Stafford, VA 

High School: North Stafford 

At North Stafford: An All Stale 
running back ... He earned first 
team AU-District and 
All-Northwestern Region honors 
as a senior ... Captained the 
football and basketball teams as 
a junior and senior ... Johnson 
earned two letters in football 
and three in basketball ... Was a 
second team All-District selec- 
tion in basketball for two con- 
secutive seasons 
Personal: Born 7/29/71. Willie is 
the son of Catherine Johnson. 

David Marrone 

Linebacker 

Fr. 6-3 235 

North Babylon. NY 

High School: St. John 

the Baptist 

At St John: Marrone comes to 
Maryland not only as a standout 
linebacker but an excellent stu- 
dent as well ... He was an Hon- 
orable Mention All-America as 
named by USA TODAY and was 
chosen first team All-State as a 
senior ... Earned first team All- 
League, All-Long Island, and 
All-Suburban honors following 
the 1988 season ... Street & 
, Smith named him to their top 
1 high school players list ... He 
. was named to the Super Prep 

AU-Northeast Team ... As a jun- 
i lor, Marrone was voted 
All-League ... He earned three 
letters in football and one in 
baseball ... Elected team cap- 
tain as a senior for football ... 
Helped lead the St. John's base- 
ball team to a CHS. A, A, cham- 
pionship m 1987. compiling a 
22-1 record along the way ... A 
member of the National Honor 
Society and four year member 
of the Honor RoU ... David can 
be found m Who's Who Among 
American High School Students 
... Recipient of the Student Body 
Leadership award. 
Personal: Born 1/26/71. David is 
the son of Mary and Louis Mar- 
rone. 



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David Mike 

Quarterback 
Fr. 6-2 195 
Aliquippa, PA 

High School: Aliquippa Senior 
High 

At Aliquippa: A three-sport let- 
terwinner out of high school, 
earning three varsity letters m 
football, one m track and one in 
baseball ... He was named Hon- 
orable Mention All-Star follow- 
ing his junior and senior sea- 
sons ... Athlete of the Week in 
1988 as named by the 
Pittsburgh Post Gazette ... Mem- 
ber of the 1988 W.P.I.A.L. AAA 
championshp football squad ... 
He was instrumental in leading 
Aliquippa to the state finals and 
finishing with a 14-1 record in 
1988 ... Led high school team to 
the 1987 W.P.I.A.L. AAA cham- 
pionship as well, compiling a 
12-1 record ... Mike was the re- 
cipient of his school's Student- 
Athlete Award ... He is a two- 
year member of the National 
Honor Society and four-year 
member of the Honor Roll ... He, 
too, can be found in the Who's 
Who Among American High 
School Students. 
Personal: Born 10/8/70. David is 
the son of Beverly and Mitchell 
Mike. 

Jim Panagos 

Defensive Lineman 
Fr. 6-2 232 
Islip Terrace, NY 
High School: East Islip 

At East Islip: As a senior, Pana- 
gos earned first team All-State, 
All-Long Island, All-County, and 
All-League honors ... He was an 
All-League and All-County first 
team selection following his jun- 
ior year ... Helped lead East Islip 
to three consecutive league 
championships in 1986, 1987, 
and 1988, compiling a three year 
record of 24-4 along the way ... 
Earned three varsity letters in 
football and was elected team 
captain his senior year ... This 
Honor Roll member was Vice 
President of the Leaders Club ... 
He can be found in the Who's 
Who Among American High 
School Students ... Jim was the 
recipient of the Citizenship 
Award given by East Islip High 
School. 



Personal: Born 3/23/71. Jim is 
the son of Tricia and Jim Pana- 
gos. His brother, Peter, is cur- 
rently a member of the West 
Chester University football 
squad. 

Ed Regan 

Offensive Lineman 

Fr. 6-7 275 

Cherry Hill, NJ 

High School: Cherry Hill East 

At Cherry Hill East: A first team 
All-Conference and All-South 
Jersey selection in 1988 and cho- 
sen Honorable Mention Group 4 
... He was featured on the Scho- 
lastic Sports Spotlight ... Regan 
was instrumental in leading 
Cherry Hill to an undefeated 
record, 11-0, and the 1988 State 
championship ... Regan earned 
two letters m football and three 
m track ... He was a member of 
the 1988 track squad that went 
8-0 ... Will be joining former op- 
ponent and incoming freshman. 
Bill Inge, here at Maryland. 
Personal: Born 6/30/71. Ed is the 
son of Linda and Edward Regan. 
His father was a member of 
Temple University's football 
team for two years. 

Terry Sauerbry 

Offensive Lineman 
Fr. 6-2 240 
Langhorne, PA 
High School: Neshaminy 

At Neshaminy: Sauerbry was a 
second team All-State and first 
team All-Suburban I selection 
following his senior year ... He 
was a three year letterwinner in 
football and as a senior, was 
honored by the Philadelphia Ea- 
gles Alumni as Outstanding 
Player in Bucks County ... The 
Philadelphia Daily News named 
him to their 1988 first team and 
the Philadelphia Inquirer chose 
him as first team All-Area and 
All-Southeastern Pennsyvlvania 
... A Bucks County All-Star, 
Terry was a Big 33 Nominee ... 
He was named first team All- 
League as a junior ... Captained 
the 1988 football squad ... He 
was a member of the 1988 Re- 
gion I and Suburban I champion- 
ship team which finished the 
season with an 11-1 record ... He 
IS a member of the National 
Honor Society. 



Personal: Born 12/27/70. Terry 
IS the son of Beth and Bruce 
Sauerbry. Bruce Sauerbry also 
played football for Neshaminy 
High School from 1964-67 and 
continued playing at the Univer- 
sity of Kentucky, 1968-72. 

Marie Sturdivant 

Linebacker 

Fr. 6-4 220 

Silver Spring, MD 

High School: Springbrook 

At Springbrook: An All-Met 
second team selection as named 
by the Washington Post ... 
Comes from nearby Springbrook 
High School in Silver Spring, the 
1988 Maryland State Champion 
football squad ... USA TODAY 
named him Honorable Mention 
All-America in 1988 and he was 
first team defense, All-County ... 
The Pigskins Club named him 
All-Met, first team defense ... 
Sturdivant was honored by 
sportscaster George Michael as 
one of George Michael's Golden 
11 (Defense) ... Represented 
Maryland in the annual Big 33 
game against a group of Penn- 
sylvania All-Stars ... He earned 
two letters in football and bas- 
ketball and was captain of the 
basketball squad his senior 
year. 

Personal: Born 7/2/71. Mark is 
the son of Brenda and Willard 
Sturdivant. 

Adriene Wiison 

Quarterback 
Fr. 6-3 200 
Cambridge, MD 
High School: Cambridge South 
Dorcester 

At Cambridge South Dorcester: 

A three-sport standout in high 
school ... He was chosen MVP of 
his football team as a junior and 
senior ... Team captain of the 
football squad as a junior and 
senior ... Wilson earned three 
letters in football and two in 
basketball and baseball ... As a 
senior, he was team captain for 
all three sports ... An instrumen- 
tal player in South Dorcester's 
1987 Region championship, 
leading his team to a 10-1 
record ... He was also a member 
of the 1987-88 Regional cham- 
pion basketball team that com- 
piled a 20-2 record. 
Personal: Born 9/6/70. Adriene 
IS the son of Mildred Chester. 



Ciiris Winebrenner 

Offensive Lineman 
Fr. 6-4 270 
Westernport, MD 
High School: Valley 

At Valley: A two-time Highland 
Conference All-Star Team mem- 
ber as a junior and senior ... 
Following his senior season, 
Winebrenner was chosen to the 
Coaches All- Area team ... He 
earned three letters in football 
and was team captain as a se- 
nior. 

Personal: Born 7/26/71. Chris is 
the son of Barbara and Darrell 
Winebrenner. 

Franic Wychecic 

Running Back 

Fr. 6-4 215 

Philadelphia, PA 

High School: Archbishop Ryan 

At Archbishop Ryan: Wycheck 
is a two-time AU-Cathohc and 
All-City first team selection m 
1987 and 1988 ... Honored as 
All-Scholastic First Team as a 
junior and senior ... Helped lead 
Archbishop Ryan to the 1988 
Philadelphia Catholic League 
championship with a 10-2 
record ... He earned three let- 
ters in football and one each in 
basketball and baseball ... Wy- 
check was elected team captain 
for the 1988 football team ... He 
will join former opponent Joe 
Bergstrom as a freshman here 
at Maryland. 

Personal: Born 10/14/71. Frank 
is the son of Rosemary and The- 
odore Wycheck. 



42 



Game #1 — Maryland 27. Louisville 16 
September 3 at Byrd Stadium 



Terp Foes a Year Ago 



Game #2 — West Virginia 55, Maryland 24 
September 17 at Mountaineer Field 




Louisville . 
Maryland. . 



10 6-16 
3 21 3-27 



L - Ron Bell 29 FG; L - Chad Fortune 40 pass from Jay Gruden 
(Bell kick): M - Dan Plocki 35 FG; M - Mike Beasley 3 pass from 
Neil O'Donnell (Plocki kick); M — Vernon Joines 66 pass from O'Don- 
nell (Plocki kick); M - O'Donnell 1 run (Plocki kick); L - Fortune 3 
pass from Gruden (Bell kick failed); M - Plocki 47 FG 



Team Statistics 

First Downs 
Passes (Att-Comp-Int) 
Total Net Yards 
Fumbles/Lost 
Net Yards Rushing 
Penalties-Yards 
Net Yards Passing 
Possession Time 



Maryland 

24 

33-22-1 

412 

0/0 

173 

6-75 

239 

34:58 



Louisville 

20 
45-28-2 

384 

1/0 

65 
11-79 

319 
25:02 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Maryland — Neil O'Donnell — 22 for 33; 239 yards; 1 -interception 

Louisville — Jay Gruden — 28 of 45; 319 yards; 2 interceptions 

LEADING RECEIVERS 

Maryland - Vernon Joines — 4 for 104; David Carr — 3 for 32: 
Louisville — Anthony Cummings — 5 for 73; Chad Fortune — 3 for 
49 • 

LEADING RUSHERS 

Maryland — Mike Beasley — 16 for 61; R. Johnson — 11 for 45 

Louisville -Deon Booker — 9 for 49: Keith Stephens — 5 for 27 

ATTENDANCE - 30.457 




MOUNTAINEER ILLUSTRATED 

West Virginia 

vs. 

Maryland 

September 17, 1988 




Maryland 14 7 3 0-24 

WestVirgima 7 17 10 21-55 

M — Mike Beasley 11 run (Plocki kick); M — Beasley 75 run (Plocki 
kick); WV — Undra Johnson 4 run (Charlie Baumann kick); WV 
— Keith Winn 20 pass from Major Harris (Baumann kick); WV —Bau- 
mann 39 FG: M - Neil O'Donnell 7 run (Plocki kick); WV -Harris 3 
run (Baumann kick): WV -Baumann 41 FG; M - Plocki 45 FG; WV 
—Anthony Brown — 5 run (Baumann kick); WV —Craig Taylor 1 run 
(Baumann kick); WV —Bo Orlando 56 interception return (Baumann 
kick); WV -Reggie Rembert 5 run (Baumann kick). 



Team Statistics 

First Downs 
Passes (Att-Comp-lnt) 
Total Net Yards 
Fumbles/Lost 
Net Yards Rushing 
Penalties-Yards 
Net Yards Passing 
Possession Time 

Individual Statistics 



Mcuryland 

14 

19-8-3 

287 

2/1 

188 

5-40 

99 

28:24 



West Virginia 

28 
14-8-1 

540 

3/2 

347 

2-12 

193 
31:36 



PASSING 

Maryland — Neil O'Donnell — 4 for 13, 71 Yards, 2 Interceptions; 

Scott Zolak — 4 for 6, 28 Yards, 1 Interception 

West Virginia — Major Harris — 6 for 11. 150 Yards, 1 Interception 

LEADING RECEIVERS 

Maryland — Mike Beasley — 1 for 42 Yards; Dermis Spinelli — 2 for 

19 Yards 

West Virginia — Jamie Lemon — 3 for 65 Yards; Reggie Rambert — 

1 for 54 Yards 

LEADING RUSHERS 

Maryland - Mike Beasley - 7 for 89 Yards. 2 TD; 

ATTENDANCE - 60. 188 



43 



Terp Foes a Year Ago 



Game #3— Maryland 30, N. C. State 26 
September 24 at Byrd Stadium 




NC. State 7 13 6-26 

Maryland 14 9 10 7-30 

M — Mike Beasley 3 run (Plocki kick):M — Mike Beasley 14 run 
(Plocki kick); NCST - Naz Worthen 7 pass from Preston Poag 
(Damon Hartman kick); M - Mike Beasley 72 pass grom Neil O'Don- 
nell (O'Donnell pass incomplete); M - Plocki 40 FG; NCST - Hart- 
man 28 FG; NCST - Hartman FG 45; NCST - Naz Worthen 76 pass 
from Shane Montgomery (Hartman kick); NCST - Hartman 22 FG, 
NCST - Hartman 25 FG; M - Dean Green 10 pass from O'Donnell 
(Plocki kick) 

Team Statistics 

First Downs 
Passes (Att-Comp-Int) 
Total Net Yards 
Fumbles/Lost 
Net Yards Rushing 
Penalties-Yards 
Net Yards Passing 
Possession Time 
Individual Statistics 
PASSING 

Maryland — Neil O'Donnell — 
tion 

N.C. State - Shane Montgomery - 24 of 39, 312 Yards, 1 TD, 1 In- 
terception; Preston Poag - 9 of 15. 75 Yards, 1 TD 
LEADING RUSHERS 

Maryland — Mike Beasley — 16 for 47 Yards, 1 TD; Bren Lowery — 
11 for 36 Yards, 1 TD 

N.C. State - Tyrone Jackson - 14 for 33 Yards; Todd Varn - 5 for 
17 Yards 

LEADING RECEIVERS 

Maryland - Mike Beasley - 4 for 84 Yards, 1 TD, David Carr - 2 
for 46 Yards 
ATTENDANCE - 32, 291 



Maryland 


N.C. State 


19 


16 


25-13-1 


54-33-1 


369 


472 


0/0 


5/4 


152 


85 


7-75 


7-60 


217 


387 


29;13 


30;47 


f 25, 217 Yards, 2 TD, 


1 Intercep- 



Game #4 — Syracuse 20, Maryland 9 
October 1 at Carrier Dome 




y 



SU FOOIBALL 



Syracuse vs. Maryland 
al the Carrifr Dnmi' 
October 1, 1988 



Varsity Club Weekend 



Maryland 
Syracuse 



0- 9 
3-20 



S - Robert Drummond - 1 run (K J Greene kick); M - Dan Plocki. 
27 FG; S - Michael Owens - 1 run (K.J Greene kick); M - Plocki 
45 FG; S - Greene 32 FG. M - Plocki 27 FG; S - Greene 45 FG 



Team Statistics 


Maryland 


Syracuse 


First Downs 


16 


21 


Passes (Att-Comp-Int) 


29-16-6 


22-13-0 


Total Net Yards 


264 


341 


Fumbles/Lost 


0/0 


3/0 


Net Yards Rushing 


128 


165 


Penalties-Yards 


6-49 


2-10 


Net Yards Passing 


136 


179 


Possession Time 


27:59 


32:01 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Maryland - Neil O'Donnell - 16 of 29, 136 Yards, 2 Interceptions 

Syracuse - Todd Philcox - 13 of 22, 175 Yards 

LEADING RUSHERS 

Maryland - Ricky Johnson — 14 for 57 Yards; Bren Lowery — 8 for 

30 Yards 

Syracuse - Robert Drummond - 12 tor 65 Yrads, 1 TD; Michael 

Owens - 9 for , 53 Yards, 1 TD 

LEADING RECEIVERS 

Maryland - Bren Lowery - 5 for 46 Yards, Vernon Joines — 3 for 

39 Yards 

Syracuse — Rob Moore - 4 for 91 Yards; Pat Davis — 4 for 44 

Yards 

ATTENDANCE - 45,197 



44 



Terp Foes a Year Ago 



Game #5 — Maryland 13. Georgia Tech 8 
October 8 at Byrd Stadium 



Game #6 — Wake Forest 27, Maryland 24 
October 15 at Byrd Stadium 




GeorgiaTech 8-8 

Maryland 10 3-13 

M — Ricky Johnson — 1 run (Dan Plocki kick). M - Dan Plocki 45 
FG; GT - T.J. Edwards - 17 pass from Todd Rampley (Rampley 
pass to Tom Covington); M - Plocki 22 FG; 



Team Statistics 

First Downs 
Passes (Att-Comp-Int) 
Total Net Yards 
Fumbles/Lost 
Net Yards Rushing 
Penalties-Yards 
Net Yards Passing 
Possession Time 

Individual Statistics 



Maryland 

16 

20-13-0 

289 

1/1 

159 

8-54 

130 

32:04 



Georgia Tech 

16 

25-14-2 

230 

2/1 

92 

4-17 

138 

27:56 



PASSING 

Maryland - NeU ODonnell - 13 for 19, 130 Yards; Ricky Johnson 

- for 1 , Yards 

Georgia Tech - Todd Rampley - 14 for 23, 138 Yards, 1 Intercep- 
tion, 1 TD; Lee Williamson — for 2, 1 Interception 

LEADING RUSHERS 

Maryland - Ricky Johnson - 10 for 72 Yards, 1 TD; Mike Beasley 

- 15 for 34 Yards 

Georgia Tech - Jerry Mays - 14 for 68 Yards; T.J.Edwards - 8 for 
34 Yards 

LEADING RECEIVERS 

Maryland — Mike Beasley — 5 for 36 Yards; Barry Johnson — 2 for 

28 Yards 

Georgia Tech - Emmet Merchent — 4 for 46 Yards; T.J. Edwards — 

1 for 18. 1 TD 

ATTENDANCE - 36. 969 



TERRAPIM 

fiL^AME DAyI^ 







BYRD STADIUM ■ WAKE FOREST ■ OCTOBER 15, 1988 
HOMECOMING 



Wake Forest 3 3 6 15-27 

Maryland 7 10 7 0-24 

WF - Wilson Hoyle FG 33; M - Mike Beasley 37 run (Plocki kick); 
M — Plocki 34 FG; M — Ricky Johnson 7 pass from O'Donnell 
(Plocki kick); WF - Wilson Hoyle 30 FG; WF - Tony Rogers 1 run 
(run failed); M — Irvm Smith 86 intercep tion return (Plocki kick); 
WF - Mark Young 2 run (Hoyle kick); WF — Tony Rogers 1 run 
(Mark Young pass from Mike Elkins) 



Team Statistics 

First Downs 
Passes (Att-Comp-Int) 
Total Net Yards 
Fumbles/Lost 
Net Yards Rushing 
Penalties-Yards 
Net Yards Passing 
Possession Time 

Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Maryland — Neil O'Donnell - 

TD 

Wake Forest — Mike Elkms - 

LEADING RUSHERS 

Maryland — Mike Beasley — 

- 12 for 29 Yards 

Wake Forest — Mark Young 

- 4 for 27 Yards (> lsO30 
LEADING RECEIVERS 
Maryland — Ricky Johnson - 

- 2 for 32 Yards 

Wcike Forest — Steve Brown 
54 Yards 
ATTENDANCE - 41. 278 



Maryland 

21 

33-19-1 

368 

0/0 

169 

5-32 

199 

29;10 



Wake Forest 

22 
43-31-1 
446 
2/1 
101 
9-65 
345 
30:50 



19 of 33. 199 Yards, 1 Interception. 1 

- 31 of 43, 345 Yards, 1 Interception 
13 for 96 Yards, 1 TD; Ricky Johnson 

- 12 for 51 Yards, 1 TD; Ricky Proehl 

5 for 39 Yards. 1 TD; Barry Johnson 

- 6 for 73 Yards; David Jarvis — 7 for 



45 



Terp Foes a Year Ago 



Game #7 — Maryland 34, Duke 24 
October 22 at Wallace Wade Stadium 







Maryland 14 10 10-34 

Duke 7 9 8-24 

D — Clarkston Mines — 17 pass from Anthony Dilweg (Doug Peter- 
son kick); D— Mark Allen safety sack of Neil O'Donnell; D - Keith 
Ewell — 6 pass from Dilweg (Peterson kick); M — Mike Beasley — 
13 run (Plocki kick); M — Vernon Joines — 10 pass from O'Donnell 
(Plocki kick); M — Barry Johnson — 24 pass from O'Donnell (Plocki 
kick); M - Plocki 29 FG; M - Plocki 26 FG; M - Dennis SpineUi - 
1 run (Plocki kick); D — Roger Boone — 10 pass from Dilweg 

Team Statistics 

First Downs 

Passes (Att-Comp-lnt) 

Total Net Yards 

Fumbles/Lost 

Net Yards Rushing 

Penalties-Yards 

Net Yards Passing 

Possession Time 

Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Maryland — Neil O'Donnell 

Duke — Anthony Dilweg 

tions 

LEADING RUSHERS 

Maryland — Ricky Johnson 

for 48 Yards 

Duke — Roger Boone — 14 for 68 Yards; Randy Jones - 3 for 14 

Yards 

LEADING RECEIVERS 

Maryland — Vernon Joines — 5 for 71 Yards. 1 TD; Barry Johnson 

- 3 for 64 Yards, 1 TD 

Duke — Walter Jones — 5 for 53 Yards; Dave Colonna — 6 for 82 

Yards 

ATTENDANCE - 23,800 



Maryland 


Duke 


19 


30 


20-14-0 


57-34-2 


415 


450 


1/1 


2/2 


224 


71 


9-75 


5-42 


191 


379 


30:51 


29:09 



14 of 20, 191 Yards, 2 TD 
34 of 57, 379 Yards, 3 TD, 2 Intercep- 



17 for 105 Yards; Mike Beasley - 9 



Game #8 — Maryland 41, North Carolina 38 
October 29 at Kenan Stadium 




Maryland 7 14 7 13-41 

North Carolina 7 14 10 7-38 

M — Dennis Spmelli — 2 run (Dan Plocki kick); UNC — Kennard 
Martin - 28 run (Clint Gwaltney kick); UNC - Todd Burnett - 5 
run (Gwaltney kick); M - Spinelli - 1 run (Plocki kick); UNC - 
James Thompson — 1 run (Gwaltney kick); M — Mike Beasley — 5 
pass from Neil O'Donnell (Plocki kick); UNC - Gwaltney 41 FG, 
UNC — Kennard Martin — 2 run (Gwaltney kick); M — Dean Green 

- 77 pass from Neil O'Donnell (Plocki kick); UNC — Kennard Martin 

— 13 run (Gwaltney kick); M - David Carr — 21 pass from Neil 
O'Donnell (Plocki kick); M - Plocki 45 FG; M - Plocki 36 FG 

Team Statistics 

First Downs 

Passes (Att-Comp-Int) 

Total Net Yards 

Fumbles/Lost 

Net Yards Rushing 

Penalties-Yards 

Net Yards Passing 

Possession Time 

Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Maryland - Neil O'Donnell - 17 for 28, 3 TD, 1 Interception 

North Carolina - Todd Burnett - 10 for 20. 1 Interception 

LEADING RUSHERS 

Maryland - Ricky Johsnon — 11 for 84 Yards; Mike Beasley — 13 

for 77 Yards 

North Carolina - Kennard Martin - 28 for 177 Yards, 3 TD; 

Michael Benefield - 10 for 55 Yards 

LEADING RECEIVERS 

Maryland - Dean Green - 1 for 77 Yards, 1 TD; Blaine Rose - 2 

for 38 Yards 

North Carolina - Randy Marriott-2 for 38 yards 

ATTENDANCE - 45,000 



Maryland 


North Carolina 


29 


27 


28-17-1 


20-10-1 


501 


407 


5/3 


2/1 


242 


290 


9-75 


6-53 


259 


117 


26:51 


33:09 



46 



Terp Foes a Year Ago 



Game #9 — Penn State 17. Maryland 10 
November 5 at Beaver Stadium 



Game #10 — Clemson 49, Maryland 2S 
November 12 at Byrd Stadium 




Mciryland. . . 
Perm State . 



3 7 0-10 
10 7-17 



PSU - Henry Adkins 27 FG; M - Dan Plocki 37 FG: PSU - John 
Green — 79 pass from Lance Lonergan (Henry Adkins kick); M — 
Dennis Spinelli — 3 run (Plocki kick): PSU — Gary Brown — 10 run 
(Henry Adkins kick) 



Team Statistics 

First Downs 
Passes (Att-Comp-Int) 
Total Net Yards 
Fumbles/Lost 
Net Yards Rushing 
Penalties-Yards 
Net Yards Passing 
Possession Time 

Individual Statistics 



Maryland 

15 

24-12-0 

292 

1/0 

129 

2-25 

163 

28:28 



Penn State 

17 
16-9-0 

362 

3/1 

201 

6-45 

161 
31:32 



PASSING 

Maryland - Neil ODonnell - 12 for 22. 163 Yards: Scott Zolak - 

for 2 

Penn State - Lance Lanergan - 9 for 16. 161 Yards. 1 TD 

LEADING RUSHERS 

Maryland — Ricky Johnson — 10 for 42 Yards: Dennis Spmelli — 7 

for 25 Yards. 1 TD 

Penn State - Gary Borwn - 17 for 102 Yards; Sean Redman - 8 

for 57 Yards 

LEADING RECEIVERS # 

Meiryland — Vernon Joines — 1 for 31 Yards: Mike Beasley — 3 for 

24 Yards 

Perm State - John Greene - 3 for 79 Yards. 1 TD; David Daniels - 

2 for 45 Yards 

ATTENDANCE - 78,000 



bkMiliMw 








Clemson 1l- 3 3 28-49 

Maryland 112. 8-25 

M — Ricky Johnson — 7 run (Dan Plocki kick);C — Gary Cooper — 
52 run (Rusty Seyle kick): C - Chris Gardocki 51 FG; M - Ricky 
Johnson — 24 pass from Neil ODonnell (Dan Plocki kick):C — Chris 
Gardocki 22 FG: C — Tracy Johnson — 1 run (Tracy Johnson run); 
M - Dan Plocki 42 FG; C - Terry /Ulen - 5 run (Rusty Seyle kick); 
C - Terry Allen - 4 run (Rusty Seyle kick): C - Gary Cooper - 20 
run (Rusty Seyle kick): M — Ricky Johnson — 5 run (Barry Johnson 
pass from Neil ODonnell); C — Charlie James — 32 run (Rusty 
Seyle kick) 



Team Statistics 

First Downs 
Passes (Att-Comp-Int) 
Total Net Yards 
Fumbles/Lost 
Net Yards Rushing 
Penalties-Yards 
Net Yards Passing 
Possession Time 



Maryland 

21 
33-21-1 
363 
0/0 
115 
3-30 
248 
31:59 



Clemson 

26 
14-9-0 

512 

0/0 

373 

7-40 

139 
28:01 



Individual Statistics 

PASSING 

Maryland - Neil O Donnell - 15 for 23. 1 TD. 1 Interception: Scott 

Zolak - 6 for 10. 73 Yards 

Clemson — Rodney Williams — 9 for 14. 139 Yards 

LEADING RUSHERS 

Maryland - Ricky Johnson - 18 for 64. 2 TD: Dennis Spinelli - 5 

for 30 

Clemson - Terry Allen - 19 for 110 Yards. 2 TD 

LEADING RECEIVERS 

Maryland — Barry Johnson — 5 for 70 Yards; Vernon Joines — 4 for 

59 Yards 

Clemson — Gary Cooper — 1 for 45 Yards 

ATTENDANCE - 45.000 



47 



Terp Foes a Year Ago/Starting Lineups 



Game #11 — Virginia 24, Maryland 23 
November 19 at Scott Stadium 




Maryland 

Virginia 

V - MarkInderlied25FG; 
O'Donnell (Plocki kick):V - 



7 7 9-23 

3 7 6 8-24 

M — Bren Lowery — 54 pass from Neil 
Nikki Fisher — 8 run (Inderlied kick); V 



Maryland 


Virginia 


17 


21 


26-17-2 


24-16-1 


320 


361 


3/1 


0/0 


106 


158 


7-45 


5-45 


214 


203 


27:59 


32:01 



— Johnnie Wilson — 49 pass from Shawn Moore (Doug Glagola pass 
incomplete); M — Neil O'Donnell - 1 run (Plocki kick).M — Dan 
Plocki 25 FG; V - Shawn Moore — 2 run (Shawn Moore pass to 
John Ford); M — Ricky Johnson — 3 run (Scott Zolak pass incom 
plete) 

Team Statistics 

First Downs 
Passes (Att-Comp-lnt) 
Total Net Yards 
Fumbles/Lost 
Net Yards Rushing 
Penalties-Yards 
Net Yards Passing 
Possession Time 
Individual Statistics 
PASSING 

Maryland ~ Neil O'Donnell - 15 for 22, 187 Yards, 1 TD, 2 Inter- 
ceptions; Scott Zolak — 2 for 4, 27 Yards 

Virginia - Shawn Moore - 15 for 24, 203 Yards, 1 TD, 1 Intecep 
tion 

LEADING RUSHERS 

Maryland - Ricky Johnson - 17 for 72, 1 TD; Bren Lowery 
24 

Virginia - Nikki Fisher - 24 for 108, 1 TD; Shawn Moore - 
34 Yards, 1 TD 
LEADING RECEIVERS 

Maryland — Bren Lowery — 2 for 65 Yards, 1 TD; Barry Johnson - 
3 for 48 Yards 
Virginia - Johnnie Wilson - 1 for 49 Yards, 1 TD; Herman Moore 

- 4 for 71 Yards 
ATTENDANCE - 30,600 



5 for 



20 for 



STARTING LINEUPS 



OFFENSE 
Wide Receiver 
Left Tackle 
Left Guard 
Center 
Right Guard 
Right Tackle 
Tight End 
Split End 
Running Back 
Fullback 
Quarterback 
Place Kicker 

DEFENSE 
Left End 
Right End 
Left Tackle 
Right Tackle 
Nose Guard 
Left L'Backer 
Right L'Backer 
Left Corner 
Right Corner 
St Safety 
Fr Safety 
Punts 



OFFENSE 
Wide Receiver 
Laft Tackle 
Left Guard 
Center 
Right Guard 
Right Tackle 
Tight End 
Split End 
Running Back 
Fullback 
Quarterback 
Place Kicker 

DEFENSE 
Left End 
Right End 
Left Tackle 
Right Tackle 
Nose Guard 
Left L'Backer 
Right L'Backer 
Left Corner 
Right Corner 
Strong Safety 
Free Safety 
Punter 



OFFENSE 
Wide Receiver 
Left Tackle 
Left Guard 
Center 
Right Guard 
Right Tackle 
Tight End 
Split End 
Running Back 
Fullback 
Quarterback 
Place Kicker 

DEFENSE 
Left End 
Right End 
Left Tackle 
Right Tackle 
Nose Guard 
Lett L'Backer 
Right L'Backer 
Left Corner 
Right Corner 
Strong Safety 
Free Safety 
Punter 



Louisville 

B Johnson 

Jones 

Nelson 

Agent 

Rugg 

Holland 

Carr 

Joines 

Beasley 

Lowery 

O'Donnell 

Plocki 



Walsh 

Bradford 

Brunson 

Powers 

Fleece 

Whittier 

Saylor 

Smith 

Brown 

Fowlkes 

Sydnor 

DeArmas 



West Virginia N.C State Syracuse 



B Johnson 

Jones 

Nelson 

Agent 

Rugg 

Hofland 

Carr 

Joines 

R. Johnson 

Lowery 

O'Donnell 

Plocki 



Walsh 

Bradford 

Brunson 

Powers 

Fleece 

Whittier 

Saylor 

Smith 

Brown 

Fowlkes 

Sydnor 

DeArmas 



D Green 

Jones 

Jefferson 

Agent 

Kiselak 

Hofland 

Carr 

Joines 

Beasley 

Lowery 

O'Donnell 

Plocki 



Edwards 

Bradford 

Brunson 

Powers 

Fleece 

D'Amico 

Saylor 

Smith 

Brown 

Fowlkes 

Sydnor 

DeArmas 

Penn State 

B. Johnson 

Jones 

Nelson 

Agent 

Kiselak 

Holland 

Rose 

Joines 

Beasley 

Lowery 

O'Donnell 

Plocki 



Edwards 

Bradford 

Brunson 

Powers 

Fleece 

Whittier 

Saylor 

Smith 

Brown 

Fowlkes 

Sydnor 

DeArmas 



D Green 

Jones 

Nelson 

Agent 

Kiselak 

Oberle 

Rose 

Joines 

Beasley 

Lowery 

O'Donnell 

Plocki 



Edwards 

Bradford 

Brunson 

Powers 

Fleece 

Whittier 

Saylor 

Smith 

Brown 

Fowlkes 

Sydnor 

DeArmas 

Clemson 

B Johnson 

Jones 

Nelson 

Agent 

Kiselak 

Jefferson 

Rose 

Joines 

R Johnson 

Spinelli 

O'Donnell 

Plocki 



Edwards 

Bradford 

Webster 

Powers 

Fleece 

Whittier 

Saylor 

Smith 

Brown 

Fowlkes 

Sydnor 

DeArmas 



B Johnson 

Jones 

Nelson 

Agent 

Rugg 

Hofland 

Carr 

Joines 

Beasley 

Lowery 

O'Donnell 

Plocki 



Edwards 

Bradford 

Brunson 

Powers 

Fleece 

D'Amico 

Saylor 

Smith 

Brown 

Fowlkes 

Sydnor 

DeAimas 



Georgia Tech Wake Forest Duke 



D Green 

Jones 

Jefferson 

Agent 

Kiselak 

Oberle 

Carr 

Joines 

Beasley 

Lowery 

O'Donnell 

Plocki 



Edwards 

Bradford 

Brunson 

Powers 

Fleece 

Whittier 

Saylor 

Smith 

Brown 

Fowlkes 

Sydnor 

DeArmas 

Virginia 

B- Johnson 

Jones 

Nelson 

Agent 

Kiselak 

Jefferson 

Rose 

Joines 

R Johnson 

Spinelli 

O'Donnell 

Plocki 



Edwards 

Bradford 

Webster 

Powers 

Fleece 

Whittier 

Saylor 

Smith 

Brown 

Fowlkes 

Sydnor 

DeArmas 



B Johnson 

Jones 

Nelson 

Agent 

Rugg 

Holland 

Carr 

Joines 

Beasley 

Lowery 

O'Donnell 

Plocki 



Walsh 

Bradford 

Brunson 

Powers 

Fleece 

Whittier 

Saylor 

Smith 

Brown 

Fowlkes 

Sydnor 

DeArmas 

North Carolina 

B. Johnson 

Jones 

Nelson 

Agent 

Kiselak 

Hofland 

Rose 

Joines 

R Johnson 

Lowery 

O'Donnell 

Plocki 



Edwards 

Bradford 

Brunson 

Powers 

Fleece 

Whittier 

Saylor 

Smith 

Brown 

Fowlkes 

Sydnor 

DeArmas 



48 



Tarp Stats 1988 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND FINAL FOOTBALL STATISTICS 1988 - Won 5 Lost 6 - ACC Won 4 Lost 3 



RUSHING 

Ricky Johnson 
Mike Beasley 
Bren Lowery 
Dennis Spinelli 
Neil O'Donnell 
Ed Suggs 
Vernon Joines 
Dean Green 
Scott Zolak 

MD TOTALS 

OPPONENTS 



G/GS 

11/5 
11/6 
11/8 
10/3 
11/11 

1/0 
11/11 
11/1 

'I 

11/11 

11/11 



ATT 

136 

115 

75 

53 

94 

3 

1 

1 

3 



481 

471 



GAIN 

667 

575 

277 

222 

352 

11 





1 



2105 

2248 



LOSS 

32 

47 

21 

1 

186 



7 

8 

18 



320 

300 



NET 

635 

528 

256 

221 

166 

11 

-7 

■8 

-17 



1785 

1948 



AVG. 

4.7 
4.6 
3.4 
4.2 
1.8 
3.7 
7.0 
80 
-5.7 



3.7 

4.1 



YDS/GAME 
57.7 
48,0 
233 
22 1 
15.1 
11.0 









162.3 

177.1 



TD 
4 
5 
1 
4 
3 







LG 

40 

74 

16 

13 

30 

5 





1 



17 



PASSING 

Neil O Donnell 
Scott Zolak 
Ricky Jolmsoii 

MD TOTALS 

OPPONENTS 



G/GS 

11/11 

4/0 

11/5 



11/11 

11/11 



ATT 

267 

22 

1 



290 

334 



COMP 
160 
12 




172 

204 



PCT 

.599 
.546 
.000 



INT 

11 

1 





YDS 

1973 

128 





593 

.611 



12 

11 



2101 

2557 



TD 

12 







12 

11 



YPG 

179.4 

32.0 





191.0 

232.5 



YPP 

12.3 

10.7 





12.2 

12.5 



TOTAL OFFENSE 

Neil Donnell 
Scott Zolak 

MD TOTALS 

OPPONENTS 



OP 

11 
4 



PLAYS 

361 
25 



RUSH 
166 
-17 



PASS 

1973 
128 



TOT YDS 

2139 
111 



TDR 

15 




YPG 

194.5 
27.8 



YPP 

5.9 
4.4 



11 

11 



771 

805 



2105 

2248 



2101 

2557 



3886 

4505 



29 

35 



353.3 

409.6 



5.0 

5,6 



RECEIVING 

Vernon Joines 
Mike Beasley 
Barry Johnson 
Ricky Johnson 
Bren Lowery 
David Carr 
Dean Green 
Dennis Spinelli 
Blaine Rose 
Bret Boehly 

MD TOTALS 

OPPONENTS 



G/GS 

1111 

11/6 

10/8 

11/5 

11/8 

9/5 
11/1 
10/3 

9/2 

3 

11/11 

U/11 



KICKOFF RETURNS GP 

Bren Lowery 1 1 

Ricky Johnson 1 1 

Mike Beasley 1 1 

Troy Jackson 1 

Doug Stump 1 



NO 

29 
26 
24 
22 
22 
15 
14 
10 
7 
3 

172 

204 

NO 

34 

17 

2 

2 

1 



YARDS 

433 
261 
348 
178 
236 
206 
214 

81 
109 

29 



2095 

2557 



AVG. 

14 9 
10.0 
14.5 

8.1 
10.7 
137 
15.3 

8.1 
15.6 

9.7 



TD 

9 

3 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 






12.2 

12.5 



12 

11 



YARDS YDS RET 



702 

388 

43 

25 





20.7 
22.8 
21 5 
12.5 




34 
38 
25 
17 




LG 

66 
72 
34 
24 
54 
32 
77 
14 
27 
15 



MD TOTALS 11 56 1158 20.7 

OPPONENTS 11 46 899 19.5 







PUNTING G NO YDS AVG BLKD YDS- RET NET AVG 
DanDeArmas 11 51 1882 36.9 6.1 34.5 


LNGIN OP 20 
55 7 


MD TOTALS 1151 1882 26.9 6.1 34.5 

OPPONENTS 1143 1639 38.1 1 7.4 34.9 


55 7 

9 



INTERCEPTIONS 

J.B. Brown 
Irvin Smith 
Matt D'Amico 
Glenn Page 
Mike Thomas 
Kevin Fowlkes 
Scott Saylor 



NO YDS YDS RETURN TD LONG 



11 
11 

9 
11 

8 



22 
86 
16 
22 
27 
21 
14 



11.0 
43.0 
8.0 
11.0 
27.0 
21.0 
14.0 



22 
86 
13 
22 
27 
21 
14 



MD TOTALS 

OPPONENTS 



11 

11 



11 
12 



208 
162 



18.9 
13.5 



LG TD 



PUNT RETURNS 

Bien Lower; 
Chad Syduoi 
Brett McGonnigal 

MD TOTALS 

OPPONENTS 



NO 

17 
1 
1 



YARDS 

121 
11 



AVG, 

7.1 

11.0 

8.0 



TD 







19 

20 



140 

121 



7.4 

6.1 



SCORING BY QUARTERS 

MARYLAND 59 80 68 53 

OPPONENTS 64 67 56 117 



LG 

31 
11 



-260 (23.6 AVG) 
-304 (27.6 AVG) 



OTHER TEAM STATISTICS 



First Downs 

Rush' Pass/Penalties 

Penalties/Yards 

Turnovers 

Funibles/Funibles Lost 

Third Down Conversions/Made 

OB Sacks By/Minus Yards 

Touchdowns Scored 

Point After Touchdowns 

Kick/Run/Pass 

Field Goals 

Points Scored 

Avg Points Per Game 



SCORING 

7t L,;;. Plocki on 27/27 PAT and 17/22 FG 

48 • Mike Beasley on runs of 11/75/14/37/13 - passes of 3/72/5 

36 - Ricky Johnson on runs of 1/7/5/3 - passes of 24. 7 

24 ■ Dennis Spinelli on runs of 1/2/1/3 

18 - Neil ODonneU on runs of 1/7/1 

12 ■ Dean Green on passes of 10/77 

12 - Bren Lowery on run of 3 - pass of 54 

12 - Vernon Joines on passes of 66/10 

8 - Barry Johnson on passes of 24 and conv pass 

6 - David Cair on pass of 21 

6 - Irvm Smith on 86 interception return 



OPPONENTS 


MARYLAND 


254 


211 


126/107/21 


95/104/212 


64/468 


67/575 


24 


18 


23/12 


13/7 


152/70 


170/75 


28/159 


16/86 


35 


29 


29 


28 


26/1/2 


27/0/1 


17/24 


17/22 


304 


260 


27.6 


236 



49 



Terp Stats 1988 

















PAT 














TEAM SCORING 


G 


TO REC 


TD RUSH 


TD RET KICK 




MISC 


FGS 


SFTY 




TOTAL 


Dan Plocki 


11 












27-27 






17-22 






78 


Mike Beasley 


11 




3 




5 
















48 


Ricky Johnson 


11 




2 




4 
















36 


Dennis Spmelli 


11 








4 
















24 


Neil O'Donnell 


11 








3 
















18 


Dean Green 


11 




2 




















12 


Bren Lowery 


11 




1 




1 
















12 


Vernon Jomes 


11 




2 




















12 


Barry Johnson 


10 




1 












1 








8 


Irvm Smith 


11 












1 












6 


David Carr 


9 




1 




















6 


MD TOTALS 


11 




12 




17 




I 27-27 




1 


17-22 







260 


OPPONENTS 


11 




11 




24 




1 26-27 




3 


18-24 


1 




304 


TEAM DEFENSIVE STATISTICS 


























G 


UT 




AT 


TT 


OBSKZ-YDS TL/-YDS 


FF 


FR 


B 


PD 


INT 


SAF 


Scott Saylor 




58 




61 


119 


0/0 


1/4 


2 








2 


1 





Chad Sydnor 




74 




34 


108 


0/0 


1/0 





1 





4 








Kevin Fowlkes 




55 




28 


83 


0/0 


5/11 


1 


2 





2 


1 





Matt D'Amico 




50 




27 


77 


0/0 


4/5 


2 








1 


2 





Karl Edwards 




34 




40 


74 


3/18 


2/7 





3 


1 


1 








Scott Whittier 




47 




26 


73 


0/0 


2/3 











1 








Jack Bradford 




31 




39 


70 


4/16 


2/11 





1 














Irvm Smith 




48 




13 


61 


0/0 


0/0 





2 





5 


2 





Rick Fleece 




32 




26 


58 


2/8 


3/8 


2 


2 














Larry Webster 




31 




18 


49 


2/13 


5/30 











1 








Glenn Page 




31 




17 


48 


0/0 


3/6 











1 


2 





Warren Powers 




34 




13 


47 


4/30 


4/19 


2 








1 








J,B. Brown 




24 




15 


39 


0/0 


1/5 











8 


2 





Mark Walsh 




25 




11 


36 


1/1 


2/5 











1 








Darren Drozdov 




12 




8 


20 


0/0 


1/2 




















Hugh Brown 


6 


5 




10 


15 


0/0 


0/0 




















Wayne Brunson 


8 


5 




10 


15 


0/0 


1/0 


1 

















Mike Thomas 


8 


11 




3 


14 


0/0 


0/0 











1 








Michael Hollis 


8 


10 




3 


13 


0/0 


0/0 








1 


1 








Ed Tomlin 


5 


7 




2 


9 


0/0 


0/0 




















Joel Goode 


5 


5 




3 


8 


0/0 


0/0 




















Kyle McKenna 


5 


5 




2 


7 


0/0 


0/0 




















Dean Green 


11 


4 




2 


6 


0/0 


0/0 




















Lubo Zizakovic 


5 


3 




2 


5 


0/0 


0/0 




















Scott Rosen 


5 


2 




1 


3 


0/0 


0/0 




















Derek Steele 


1 


1 




2 


3 


0/0 


1/4 




















Dan Plocki 


11 


2 







2 


0/0 


0/0 




















Johnny Vessels 


1 







2 


2 


0/0 


0/0 




















Dennis Spinelli 


10 







1 


1 


0/0 


0/0 




















Mitch Suplee 


2 


1 







1 


0/0 


0/0 




















Vernon Joines 


11 


1 







1 


0/0 


0/0 




















Bob Rushnak 


2 













0/0 


0/0 




















MD TOTALS 


11 


648 




419 


1067 


16/86 


40/124 


11 


12 


2 


30 


11 





OPPONENTS 


11 


448 




369 


817 


28/159 


50/135 





7 


2 


40 


13 


1 


1988 INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 










1988 TEAM RECORDS 










Single Game 














Season 














Kickoff Returns 














Scoring - Most Field Goals Scored 










7 by Bren Lowery 


vs West Virginia, 1988 (143 yards) 




17 in 1988 














Season 














Fewest Fumbles 














Most Field Goals 

17 by Dan Plocki, 


1988 












13 in 11 games, 1988 (lost 7) 










Kickoff Returns 














Passing 














Most Kickoffs Returned 

34 by Bren Lowery. 1988 (702 yards) 








Best Passing Percentage by Opponents 
Most First Downs by Opponents 


611 in 1988 (204/334) 


Most Yards Gained 


on Kickoff Returns 








254 in 1988 














702 by Bren Lowery on 34 returns 


1988 






Dan Plocki Field Goals Made 










Kicking 














22/25/26/27/27/29/34/35/36/37/40/42/45/45/45/45/47 






Best Point After Touchdown Average 






















1.000 by Dan Plocki (27 for 27) Tied himself and five others 



















50 



Terp Foes in 1989 



N. C. State 




NAME OF SCHOOL: North Carolina State 

LOCATION: Raltigh. North Carolina 

ENROLLMENT: 25.537 

CONKKHKNCE; Atlantic Coast 

STADIUM: CailerFinley (47,000) 

TURF: Natural Grass 

COLORS: Red and White 

NICKNAME: Wollpack 

CHANCELLOR: Di Bruce R Poulton 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Jim Valvano 

SERIES RECORD: N C 22-19-4 

1988 RECORD: Overall 8-3-1 ACC 4-2-1 (Third) 

HEAD COACH Dick Sheridan 

COACH'S TELEPHONE: (919) 737-2114 

BEST TIME TO REACH: 11 30 AM -1 PM Weekdays 

OFFENSIVE FORMATION: Option I 

DEFENSIVE FORMATION: Fifty 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 52 

LETTERMEN LOST .' 1 

OFFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING: 6 

DEFENSIVE STARTERS: " 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Mark Bockelman 
TELEPHONES: OFFICE (919) 737-2102 

HOME (919)467-7138 
ASSISTANT SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTORS: Doug Herakovich, 

Carter Cheves 





Dick Sheridan 



Ray Agnew 



1989 SCHEDULE 

Sept. 2 MARYLAND 45 

Sept. 9 GEORGIA TECH 14 

Sept. 16 Wake Forest 26 

Sept. 23 NORTH CAROLINA 14 

Sept. 30 KENT STATE 49 

Oct. 7 MIDDLE TENNESSEE 48 

Oa. 21 Clemson 10 

Oa. 28 South Carolina 7 

Nov 4 VIRGINIA 14 

Nov 11 Duke 43 

Nov 18 VIRGINIA TECH 14 

28 



1988 RESULTS (8-3-1) 

WESTERN CAROLINA 6 

WAKE FOREST 6 

Maryland 30 

Georgia Tech 6 

E. TENNESSEE STATE 

North Carolina 3 

CLENSON 3 

SOUTH CAROLINA 23 

Virginia 19 

DUKE 43 

PITTSBURGH 3 

Iowa • 23 

"Peach Bowl; Atlanta. Ga. 



N. C. ST. leads the series (22-19-4) 



1909 
1917 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1946 
1947 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1954 
1956 
1957 
1958 



Lost 

Lost 

Tie 

Won 

Won 

Tie 

Lost 

Tie 

Won 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Won 



0-31 

6-10 

6-6 

7-6 

26-12 

0-0 

7-28 

0-0 

14-6 

13-16 

53-0 

42-14 

25-14 

13-48 

21-6 



1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 



Won 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Tie 

Lost 



33-28 
10-13 

10-7 

14-6 
14-36 
13-14 

7-29 
21-24 

9-31 
11-31 

7-24 
0-6 

35-7 
24-24 
22-24 



1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 



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



20-10 

37-22 

16-6 

20-24 

31-7 

0-7 

240 

34-9 

23-6 

29-6 

44-21 

31-17 

16-28 

14-22 

30-26 



West Virginia University 

NAMK OF SCHOOL West Virqinia Univtrsity 

LOCATION: Muigaiitown, West Virginia 

ENROLLMENT: 18,700 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

STADIUM: Mountaineer Field (63.500) 

TURF: Omniturf 

COLORS: Old Gold and Blue 

NICKNAME: Mountaineers 

PRESIDENT: Neil Bucklew 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Ed Pastilong 

SERIES RECORD: Maryland 13-11-2 

1988 RECORD: 11-1 

HEAD COACH: Don Nehlen 
COACH'S TELEPHONE: (304) 293-4194 
BEST TIME TO REACH: Early afternoon 
OFFENSIVE FORMATION: Multiple I 
DEFENSIVE FORMATION: Multiple 
LETTERMEN RETURNING: 35 
LETTERMEN LOST 2b 
OFFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING: 2 
DEFENSIVE STARTERS: 7 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Shelly Poe 
TELEPHONES: OFFICE (304) 293-2821 
HOME (304) 296-2085 
ASSISTANT SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Michael Ftagale 



yc 





Don Nehlen 



Major Harris 



1989 SCHEDULE 

SEPT 2 BALL STATE 62 

Sept, 9 at Maryland 45 

Sept 16 SOUTH CAROLINA 55 

Sept 23 at Louisville 31 

Sept 30 PITTSBRUGH 22 

Oct 7 VIRGINIA TECH 30 

0« 21 CINCINNATI 59 

On 28 at Boston College 51 

NOV 4 at Penn State 51 

Nov 11 RUTGERS 35 

Nov 23 at Syracuse 31 

21 



1988 RESULTS (11-1) 

BOWLING GREEN 14 

CAL STATE FULLERTON 10 

MARYLAND 24 

Pittsburgh 10 

Virgima Tech 10 

East Caiolina 10 

BOSTON COLLEGE 19 

PENN STATE 30 

Cincinnati 13 

Rutgers 25 

SYRACUSE 9 

Notre Dame* 34 
• Fiesta Bowl. Tempe, AZ 



Maryland leads the series (13-11-2) 



1919 
1943 
1944 
1945 
1947 
1948 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1959 
1960 
1966 
1969 



Lost 

Lost 

Tie 

Tie 

Won 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Lost 



0-27 
2-6 
6-6 

13-13 
27-0 

14-16 
47-7 
41-0 
54-7 
27-7 
31-8 
28-9 
7-31 



1970 
1973 
1976 
1977 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 



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



10-20 

13-20 

24-3 

16-24 

14-11 

13-17 

18-19 

21-31 

20-17 

28-0 

24-3 

25-20 

55-24 



51 



Terp Foes in 1989 



Western Michigan University 

NAME OF SCHOOL: Western Michigan Univeisity 

LOCATION: Kalamazoo, Michigan 

ENROLLMENT: 25.000 

CONFERENCE: Mid-American 

STADIUM: Waldo (25.000) 

TURF: All-Pro Turf 

COLORS: Brown and Gold 




Western Michigan University 



NICKNAME: Broncos 

PRESIDENT: Dr Diether H Haenicke 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Dr Leland Byrd 

SERIES RECORD: First Meeting 

1988 RECORD: Overall 9-3 Mid-American (finish) 7-1. (1st) 

HEAD COACH: Al Moulde 

COACH'S TELEPHONE: (616) 387-3126 

BEST TIME TO REACH: 11:30 am-Noon. 1 ■ 2 pra 

OFFENSIVE FORMATION: Run and Shoot 

DEFENSIVE FORMATION: 4-3 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 37 

LETTERMEN LOST: 22 

OFFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING: 5 

DEFENSIVE STARTERS: 7 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: John Beatty 
TELEPHONES: OFFICE (616) 387-4104 

HOME (616) 372-1651 
ASSISTANT SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Cindy Paavola 





Al Moulde 



Joel Smeenge 



1989 SCHEDULE 

Sept 2 TEMPLE 

Sept 9 LOUISIANA TECH 

Sept 16 at Maryland 

Sept 23 at Kent 

Sept 30 EASTERN MICHIGAN 

Oct 14 CENTRAL MICHIGAN 

Oct 21 at Ball State 

Oct 28 OHIO UNIVERSITY 

Nov 4 at Toledo 

Nov 11 BOWLING GREEN 

Nov 18 at Miami 



1988 RESULTS (9-3) 

24 at Wisconsin 14 

31 at Toledo 9 

44 ILLINOIS STATE 14 

37 BOWLING GREEN 10 

41 at Miami (OH) 18 
28 KENT STATE 45 
31 at Eastern Michigan 24 

42 CENTRAL MICHIGAN 24 
16 at Ball State 13 

7 at Northern Illinois 15 

16 OHIO UNIVERSITY 23 

30 Fresno State ' 35 
'California Bovyl, Fresno. CA 



FIRST MEETING 



•9^ 



Clemson University 

NAME OF SCHOOL: Cleinson University 

LOCATION: Clemson. South Carolina 

ENROLLMENT: 14.794 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

STADIUM: Memorial (79.854) 

TURF: Natural Grass 

COLORS: Purple and Orange 

NICKNAME: Tigers 

PRESIDENT: Dr Max Lennon 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Bobby Robinson 

SERIES RECORD: Maryland leads, 19-16-2 

1988 RECORD: Overall 10-2 ACC(finish) 6-1 (1st) 

HEAD COACH: Danny Ford 

COACH'S TELEPHONE: (303) 656-2101 

BEST TIME TO REACH: 10 30 am-Noon/1 00-2 30 pm. Men thru Thurs 

OFFENSIVE FORMATION: 1 

DEFENSIVE FORMATION: 5-2 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 41 

LETTERMEN LOST: 37 

OFFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING: 4 

DEFENSIVE STARTERS: 7 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Tim Bourret 
TELEPHONES: OFFICE (803) 656-2101/2114 

HOME (803) 654-6240 
ASSOCIATE SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Tim Match 





Danny Ford 



Terry Allen 



1989 SCHEDULE 



Sept 

Sept 

Sept 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct 

Oct 

Oct 

Oct 

Nov, 

Nov 



2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

7 
14 
21 
28 

4 
18 



FURMAN 
at Florida State 
at Virginia Tech 
MARYLAND 
at Duke 
VIRGINIA 
GEORGIA TECH 
N C STATE 
WAKE FOREST 
at North Carolina 
at South Carolina 



1988 RESULTS (10-2) 

40 at Virginia Tech 7 

23 FURMAN 3 

21 FLORIDA STATE 24 

30 at Georgian Tech 13 

10 at Virginia 7 

49 Duke 17 

3 at N C, State 10 

38 at Wake Forest 21 

37 NORTH CAROLINA 14 

49 at Maryland 25 

29 South Carolina 10 

13 Oklahoma* 6 
•Florida Citrus Bowl. Orlando. FL 



Maryland leads the series (19-16-2) 



1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 



Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Tie 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 



28-0 

20-0 

16-0 

25-12 

6-6 

7-26 

0-8 

28-25 

19-17 

24-21 

14-17 

6-21 

34-0 



1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 



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



6-0 

10-14 

7-28 

0-16 

0-40 

11-24 

14-20 

31-6 

28-13 

41-0 

22-20 

20-0 

21-14 



1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 



Lost 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Tie 

Lost 

Lost 



24-28 

19-0 

34-7 

7-21 

22-24 

27-52 

41-23 

34-31 

17-17 

16-45 

49-25 



52 



Terp Foes in 1989 




University of Michigan 

NAMK OI-' S(;iH)t)L: I miiv.imiv mI Miuiii.|.in 

LOCATION Ana Ailjoi, Miclugaii 

ENROLLMKNT: 35.495 

CONFERKNCE: Biq Ten 

STADIUM Michigan Sl.uliuni (101.701) 

TURF: Tailan Turf 

COLORS: Maize and Blue 

NICKNAME: Wolverines 

PRESIDKNT James J Duderstadt 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Glenn E Schembechlei 

SERIES RECORD: Michigan 1-0 

1988 RECORD: 9 2 1 

HEAD COACH- Bn St h^mbechler 
COACHS TELEPHONE: (313) 763-4422 
BEST TIME TO REACH: Mornings 
OFFENSIVE FORMATION: Multiple I 
DEFENSIVE FORMATION: 3 4 
LETTERMEN RETURNING: 41 
LETTERMEN LOST: :':' 
OFFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING: 8 
DEFENSIVE STARTERS: 9 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Bruce Madej 
TELEPHONES: OFFICE (313) 763-4423/1381 

HOME (313) 971-2549 
ASSISTANT SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Mil<e Murray 





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Tony Boles 






Bo Schembechler 






1989 SCHEDULE 




1988 RESULTS {9-21) 




Sept 


16 


NOTRE DAME 


17 


at Notre Dame 


19 


Sept. 


23 


at UCLA 


30 


MIAMI 


31 


Sept. 


30 


MARYLAND 


19 


WAKE FOREST 


9 


OCT 


7 


WISCONSIN 


62 


at Wisconsin 


14 


On 


14 


at Michigan Sta 


te 17 


MICHIGAN STATE 


3 


OCT 


21 


at Iowa 


17 


lowra 


17 


OCT 


28 


INDIANA 


31 


INDIANA 


6 


Nov 


5 


PURDUE 


52 


at Northw^estern 


7 


Nov. 


11 


at Illinois 


22 


MINNESOTA 


7 


Nov 


18 


at Minnesota 


38 


ILLINOIS 


9 


Nov 


25 


OHIO STATE 


34 


at Ohio State 


31 








22 


Southern Cal • 

•Rose Bowl. Pasadena. 


14 
CA 



Michigan leads the series (1-0) 

1985 Lost 0-20 



Georgia Tech 




NAMK OK .SCHOOL ■ lijorgia Tech 

LOCATION: Atlanta. Georgia 

ENROLLMENT: 11.900 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

STADIUM: Holjljy Dodd Stadium/Grant Field (46.000) 

TURF: All-Pro Turf 

COLORS: Old Gold and White 

NICKNAME: Yellow Jackets. Rambling Wreck 

PRESIDENT: Dr John Patrick Crecme 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Dr Homer C Rice 

SERIES RECORD: Maryland 1-0 

1988 RECORD: Overall 3-8 ACC(finish) 0-7 (8th) 

HEAD COACH finhby Ross 

COACHS TELEPHONE: (404) 894-5420 

BEST TIME TO REACH: 1 1 30 ami 00 pm Monday, Wednesday & Thursday 

OFFENSIVE FORMATION: Pro-Style 

DEFENSIVE FORMATION: Multiple 

LETTERMEN RETURNING:42 

LETTERMEN LOST 2\ 

OFFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING: 6 

DEFENSIVE STARTERS: 6 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Mike Finn 
TELEPHONES: OFFICE (404) 894-5445 
HOME (404) 938-9910 
ASSISTANT SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTORS: Mike Stamus. Frank Zang 

Allison George 





Bobby Ross 



Jerry Mays 



Sept 


9 


Sept 


16 


Sept 


23 


Oct 


7 


Oct 


14 


Oct. 


21 


OCT. 


28 


Nov 


4 


Nov. 


18 


Nov, 


25 


Dec 


2 



1989 SCHEDULE 

at NC State 24 

VIRGINIA 16 

at South Carolina 13 

MARYLAND 6 

at Clemson 8 

NORTH CAROLINA 34 

at Duke 17 

WESTERN CAROLINA 21 

WAKE FOREST 34 

BOSTON COLLEGE 24 

GEORGIA 3 



1988 RESULTS: (3-8) 

UT-Chaitanooga 10 

at Virginia 17 

CLEMSON 30 

NC STATE 14 

at Maryland 13 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

at North Carolina 20 

DUKE 31 

VMI 7 

at Wake Forest 28 

at Georgia 24 



Maryland leads the series (1-0) 

1988 Won 13-8 



53 



Terp Foes in 1989 



Wake Forest University 

NAME OF SCHOOL: Wake Forest University 

LOCATION: Winston-Salem. North Carolina 

ENROLLMENT: 3,400 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

STADIUM: Groves (31,500) 

TURF: Natural Grass 

COLORS: Old Gold and Black 

NICKNAME: Demon Deacons 

PRESIDENT: Dr Thomas K Hearn, Jr 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Dt Gene Hooks 

SERIES RECORD: Maryland leads 26-10-1 

1988 HECORD: Overall 6-4-1 ACC(finish) 4-3 (4th) 

HEAD COACH: Bill Dooley 

COACH'S TELEPHONE: (919) 761-5631 

BEST TIME TO REACH: Mon-Thurs 11 30 am-Noon 

OFFENSIVE FORMATION: I-Formation 

DEFENSIVE FORMATION: 52 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 40 

LETTERMEN LOST: 20 

OFFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING: 7 

DEFENSIVE STARTERS: 5 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: John Justus 
TELEPHONES: OFFICE (919) 761-5640 
HOME (919) 945-9729 
ASSISTANT SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Deana Nail 






Bill Dooley 



Ricky Proehl 



1989 SCHEDULE 

Sept 9 APPALACHIAN STATE 31 

Sept 16 N C STATE 35 

Sept 23 at Army 6 

Sept 30 RICE 9 

Oct. 7 at North Carolina 42 

Oct 14 MARYLAND 27 

Oct 21 at Virginia 14 

Oct. 28 at Clemson 21 

Nov. 4 DUKE 35 

Nov. 11 TULSA 28 

Nov, 18 at Georgia Tech 34 



1988 RESULTS (6-4-1) 

at Villanova 11 

ILLINOIS STATE 

at N C State 14 

at Michigan 19 

NORTH CAROLINA 24 

at Maryland 24 

VIRGINIA 34 

CLEMSON 38 

at Duke 16 

GEORGIA TECH 24 

APPALACHIAN STATE 34 



Maryland leads the series (26-10-1) 



1917 


Won 


29-12 


1964 


Lost 


17-21 


1978 


Won 


39-0 


1932 


Lost 


0-34 


1969 


Won 


20-7 


1943 


Won 


13-7 


1965 


Won 


10-7 


1979 


Lost 


17-25 


1933 


Lost 


7-38 


1970 


Lost 


12-13 


1944 


Lost 


0-39 


1966 


Won 


34-7 


1980 


Won 


11-10 


1941 


Lost 


0-50 


1972 


Lost 


14-20 


1954 


Tied 


13-13 


1967 


Lost 


17-35 


1981 


Won 


45-33 


1942 


Lost 


0-42 


1973 


Won 


30-10 


1955 


Won 


28-7 


1968 


Lost 


14-38 


1982 


Won 


52-31 


1947 


Lost 


7-19 


1974 


Won 


56-13 


1956 


Won 


6-0 


1969 


Won 


19-13 


1983 


Won 


36-33 


1948 


Lost 


12-13 


1976 


Won 


30-3 


1957 


Won 


27-0 


1971 


Lost 


14-18 


1984 


Won 


38-17 


1950 


Won 


26-14 


1977 


Won 


31-13 


1958 


Lost 


0-34 


1972 


Won 


23-0 


1985 


Won 


26-3 


1957 


Lost 


0-14 


1978 


Won 


27-0 


1959 


Lost 


7-10 


1973 


Won 


37-0 


1986 


Lost 


21-27 


1960 


Lost 


7-20 


1979 


Won 


27-0 


1960 


Won 


14-13 


1974 


Won 


47-0 


1987 


Won 


14-0 


1962 


Lost 


7-10 


1980 


Won 


17-4 


1961 


Won 


10-7 


1975 


Won 


27-0 


1988 


Lost 


27-24 


1963 


Lost 


17-24 


1981 


Won 


24-21 


1962 


Won 


13-2 


1976 


Won 


17-15 








1966 


Won 


21-19 


1982 


Won 


49-22 


1963 


Won 


320 


1977 


Won 


35-7 








1968 


Lost 


28-30 


1983 


Won 


38-3 



Duke University 




NAME OF SCHOOL: Duke University 

LOCATION: Durham, North Carolina 

ENROLLMENT: 5,900 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

STADIUM: Wallace Wade Stadium (33.941) 

TURF: Natural Grass 

COLORS: Royal Blue and White 

NICKNAME: Blue Devils 

PRESIDENT: Or H Keith H Brodie 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Tom Butters 

SERIES RECORD: Maryland leads. 18-13 

1988 RECORD: Overall 7-3-1 ACC(fimsh) 3-3-1 (6th) 

HEAD COACH: Steve Spurrier 

COACH'S TELEPHONE: (919) 684-2635 

BEST TIME TO REACH: Tuesday-Thursday 9 30am- 11 30am 

OFFENSIVE FORMATION: Multiple 

DEFENSIVE FORMATION: Multiple 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 46 

LETTERMEN LOST: 14 

OFFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING: 8 

DEFENSIVE STARTERS: S 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: John Roth 
TELEPHONES: OFFICE (919) 684-2633 
HOME (919) 471-9514 
ASSISTANT SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTORS: Mike Cragg, Mike Sobb 



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^ 


> i 


f 


4i 


4 




Steve Spurrier 



Clarkston Hmes 



Sept 

Sept 

Sept 

Sept 

Sept 

Oct 

Oct. 

Oct 

Nov 

Nov. 

Nov 



1989 SCHEDULE 

2 at South Carolina 31 

9 NORTHWESTERN 31 

16 at Tennessee 41 

23 at Virginia 38 

30 CLEMSON 17 

7 ARMY 17 

21 at Maryland 24 

28 GEORGIA TECH 31 

4 at Wake Forest 16 

11 N. C. STATE 43 

18 at North Carolina 35 



1988 RESULTS (7-3-1) 

Northwestern 21 

Tennessee 26 

THE CITADEL 17 

VIRGINIA 34 

Vanderbilt 15 

Clemson 49 

MARYLAND 34 

Georgia Tech 21 

WAKE FOREST 35 

N C. State 43 

NORTH CAROLINA 29 



Maryland leads the series (18-13) 



1984 Won 43-7 

1985 Won 40-10 

1986 Won 27-19 

1987 Won 23-22 

1988 Won 34-24 



54 



Taqi Foes in 1989 



North Carolina 




NAME OF SCHOOL University of North Carolina 

LOCATION Chapel Hill. North Carolina 

ENROLLMENT: 22.757 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

STADIUM: Kenan Memorial Stadmni (52.000) 

TURF: Grass 

COLORS: Carolina Blue & White 

NICKNAME: Tar Heels 

CHANCELLOR: Paul Hardin 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: John Swofford 

SERIES RECORD: Carolina leads. 27-241 

1988 RECORD: Overall 110 ACC(finish) 1-6 (7th) 

HEAD COACH: Mack Brown 

COACH'S TELEPHONE: (919) 966-2575 

BEST TIME TO REACH: 10 00 am-Noon Monday-Friday 

OFFENSIVE FORMATION; Multiple-! 

DEFENSIVE FORMATION: 50 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 35 

LETTERMEN LOST: 27 

OFFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING: 4 

DEFENSIVE STARTERS: S 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Rick Brewer 
TELEPHONES: OFFICE (919) 962-2123 

HOME 1919) 929-2721 
ASSISTANT SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTORS: Dave Lohse. Scott Jared 



Penn State 





Mack Brown 



Pat Crowley 



1989 SCHEDULE 



Sept 

Sept 

Sept 

Sept 

Oct 

Oct 

Oct 

Oa. 

Nov. 

Nov 

Nov 



9 

16 
23 
30 

7 
14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 



VMI 

at Kentucky 

at N.C State 

NAVY 

WAKE FOREST 

at Virginia 

at Georgia Tech 

at Maryland 

CLEMSON 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

DUKE 



1988 RESULTS (1-10) 

10 South Carolina 31 

OLKAHOMA 28 

34 LOUISVILLE 38 

21 Auburn 47 

24 Wake Forest 42 

3 N.C STATE 48 

20 GEORGIA TECH 17 

38 MARYLAND 41 

14 Clemson 37 

24 VIRGINIA 27 

29 Duke 35 



North Carolina leads the series (27-24-1) 



1899 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 
1930 
1935 
1936 
1946 
1947 
1948 
1950 



Lost 
Won 
Lost 
Lost 
Won 
Won 
Lost 
Won 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Tie 



0-6 
13-0 
7-16 
3-27 
14-0 

6-0 
0-16 
14-6 

6-7 

19-26 

0-43 

21-28 

0-33 

0-14 

0-33 

0-19 

20-49 

7-7 



1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1967 
1968 
1971 
1972 



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



14-7 

26-0 

33-0 

25-7 

6-34 

21-7 

0-27 

14-7 

22-19 

8-14 

31-13 

7-14 

10-9 

10-12 

0-14 

33-24 

14-35 

26-31 



1973 
1974 
1975 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 



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



23-3 
24-12 

34-7 

7-16 
21-20 
17-14 

317 
10-17 
31-24 
28-26 
34-23 
28-10 
30-32 
14-27 
41-38 



"^ 



NAME OF SCHOOL: Penn State 

LOCATION: University Park. Pennnsylvania 

ENROLLMENT: 29.000 (Undergraduate. University Park) 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

STADIUM: Beaver Stadium (83.370) 

TURF: Grass 

COLORS: Blue and While 

NICKNAME: Nittany Lions 

PRESIDENT: Dr Bryce Jordan -- -. 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Jim Tarman IVIHImMlltlU 

SERIES RECORD: Penn State leads 31-1 

1988 RECORD: Overall 5-6 

HEAD COACH: .Inp Paterno 

COACH'S TELEPHONE: (814) 865-0411 

BEST TIME TO REACH: Tuesday press conference. 12:30 pm 

OFFENSIVE FORMATION: Multiple 

DEFENSIVE FORMATION: Multiple 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 39 

LETTERMEN LOST: 22 

OFFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING: 6 

DEFENSIVE STARTERS: 8 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: L Budd Thalman 
TELEPHONES: OFFICE (814) 865-1757 

HOME (814)231-8105 
ASSISTANT SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTORS: Jeff Brewer. 

Jim Caltagirone. Mary Jo Haverback. Frank Giardina 





Joe Paterno 



Blair Thomas 



1989 SCHEDULE 

Sept. 9 VIRGINIA 42 

Sept. 16 TEMPLE 23 

Sept 23 BOSTON COLLEGE 16 

Sept 30 at Texas 45 

Oct 7 at Rutgers (Meadowlands) 35 

Oct, 14 at Syracuse 10 

Oa 28 ALABAMA 3 

Nov. 4 WEST VIRGINIA 30 

Nov 11 Maryland at Baltimore 17 

Nov, 18 NOTRE DAME 7 

Nov, 25 at Pittsburgh 3 



1988 RESULTS (5-6) 

Virginia 14 

BOSTON COLLEGE 20 

RUTGERS 21 

Temple 9 

CINCINNATI 9 

SYRACUSE 24 

Alabama 8 

West Virgmja 51 

MARYLAND 10 

PITTSBURGH 14 

Notre Dame 21 



Penn State leads the series (31-1) 



1917 
1937 
1938 
1939 
1943 
1944 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 



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



0-57 

14-21 
0-33 
0-12 
0-45 

19-34 
9-28 

21-17 
7-23 

15-17 
9-17 
7-19 
7-15 
3-38 

13-57 
0-48 
0-34 



1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1982 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 



Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Lost 



27-63 
16-46 
22-42 
17-24 
13-15 
9-27 
3-27 
7-27 
10-24 
31-39 
24-25 
18-20 
15-17 
16-21 
10-17 



55 



Terp Foes in 1989 ~ Future Schedules 



University of Virginia 

NAME OF SCHOOL: Univeibity ul Viiginia 

LOCATION; Charlottesville. Virginia 

ENROLLMENT: 17,034 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

STADIUM: Scott Stadium (42,000) 

TURF: Astroturf 

COLORS: Orange and Blue 

NICKNAME: Cavaliers, Wahoos 

PRESIDENT: Robert M G'Neil 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Jim Copeland 

SERIES RECORD: Maryland leads 35-16-2 

1988 RECORD: Overall 7-4 ACC(finish) 5-2 (2nd) 



HEAD COACH: George Welsh 

COACH'S TELEPHONE: (804) 924-3063 

BEST TIME TO REACH: Through Sports Information Office 

OFFENSIVE FORMATION: Multiple 1 

DEFENSIVE FORMATION: 5-2 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 37 

LETTERMEN LOST: 18 

OFFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING: 9 

DEFENSIVE STARTERS: 9 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Rich Murray 
TELEPHONES: OFFICE (804) 924-3205. 924-3011 
HOME (804) 978-2966 




1919 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 
1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 
1934 
1935 
1936 
1937 
1938 
1939 
1940 
1942 





George Welsh 



Ray Savage 



1989 SCHEDULE 

Aug 31 Notre Dame at Meadowlands 

Sept 9 at Penn State 

Sept 16 at Georgia Tech 

Sept 23 DUKE 

Sept 30 WILLIAM & MARY 

Oct 7 at Clemson 

Oct 14 NORTH CAROLINA 

Oct 21 WAKE FOREST 

Oct 28 LOUISVILLE 

Nov 4 at N C State 

Nov 11 VIRGINIA TECH 

Nov 18 at Maryland 



31 
14 
17 
34 
7 
28 
34 
16 
19 
27 
24 



1988 RESULTS (7-3) 

WILLIAM & MARY 

PENN STATE 

GEORGIA TECH 

at Duke 

CLEMSON 

at Louisville 

at Wake Forest 

at Virginia Tech 

N C STATE 

at North Carolina 

MARYLAND 



Maryland leads the series (35-16-2) 



Won 

Lost 

Tie 

Lost 

Won 

Tie 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Won 

Lost 

Lost 

Lost 

Won 



13-0 

0-6 

6-6 

0-21 

18-2 

13-13 

14-6 

7-6 

6-7 

0-6 

20-0 

14-7 

21-0 

3-3 

19-27 

7-12 

6-19 

27-12 



1943 
1944 
1945 
1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 



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



0-39 

7-18 

19-13 

12-0 

44-6 

55-12 

44-12 

16-28 

40-18 

21-6 

10-0 

27-33 

17-41 

7-12 

23-28 

17-14 

17-14 

27-29 



1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 



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



Future Schedule 



1990 



Sept. 


1 


VIRGINIA TECH 


Sept. 


8 


At West Virginia 


Sept. 


15 


CLEMSON* 


Sept. 


22 


N.C. STATE* 


Sept. 


29 


At Michigan 


Oct. 


6 


GEORGIA TECH* 


Oct. 


13 


WAKE FOREST* 


Oct. 


20 


At Duke* 


Oct. 


27 


At North Carolina 


Nov. 


10 


At Penn State 


Nov. 


17 


At Virginia* 


*ACC Game 




HOME GAMES IN CAPS 




56 



Terp Depth Offense — Pronunciation Guide 




DEPTH CHART - OFFENSE 



Wide Receivers: 


Tight End: 


Wide Receiver: 




17 Hams. Richie So. 


84 Carr. David Sr.* 


21 


Johnson, Barry Jr.* 




23 Prunzik. DanFr.* 


83 Boehly. Bret Jr. 


30 


Green, Dean Jr. 




8 Hanes. Noms Jr.* 


80 Cooper, Joseph Fr.* 


88 


Badgett, Marcus Fr.* 






16 Romanchock, Paul So* 


89 


McGonnigal, Brett So.* 






87 Stevenson, Brett Fr* 








Left Tackle: 


Left Guard: Center: 


Right Guard: 


Right Tackle: 


74 Jones. Clarence Jr. 


68 Rose, Blame Sr* 66 


Agent, Mark Sr* 72 Kiselak, Mike Sr.* 


64 Oberle, Ken Jr.* 


63 Salgado. Rich Jr.* 


76 Suplee, Mitch So* 54 


Mclntyre, Glen So.* 65 Staffileno, Ron Fr.* 


73 Hofland, Mark Sr.* 


78 Dunne. David So* 


52 Namath, Frank Jr.* 53 


Norton. Pat Fr.* 


79 Franciscus, Tony Sr 










69 Strano, Anthony So. 


Quarterback: 


Fullback: 


Tailback: 




14 ODonnell. Neil Sr.* 


34 Spinelli. Dennis Sr. 


' 32 


Lov^ery. Bren Sr.* 




13 Zolak. Scott Jr.* 


26 Colvm, Darren Fr.* 


29 


Johnson, Ricky Sr. 




9 Sandwisch, James So.* 41 Stump, Doug Jr' 


43 


Jackson, Troy So.* 






25 Rigby, Cornel Fr* 


7 


Suggs, Ed So.* 




Kicker: 


Punter: 








31 Ensign. Fred So. 


10 DeArmas, Dan So. 








15 Elfus, Eric So. 


9 Sandwisch, James So. 


t 






12 D'Orazio, Dan Fr.* 











Pronunciation Guide 



Kevm Ariline ar-LENE 

Dan DeArmas de-AR-mahs 

Bret Boehley BOWL-ee 

Darren Drozdov....^ DROHZ-doff 

Kevin Fowlkes .„ FOHLKS 

Mike Jarmolowich Jar-MOHL-o-wich 

Mike Kiselak KISS-ah-lack 

David Marrone MAH-rhone 



Greg Niemynski NYE-min-skee 

Paul Romanchock Row-MAN-chock 

Rich Salgado Sal-GAH-doe 

Dennis Spinelli SPAH-nel-ee 

Ron Staffileno STAHF-a-lee-no 

Anthony Strano STRAIN-o 

David Terranova Ter-a-NO-vah 

Lubo Zizakovic Ziz-a-KOH-vic 



57 



Terp Roster 



NO 


NAME 


POS 


HT. 


WT. 


AGE 


CL 


HIGH SCHOOL/HOMETOWN 


MAJOR 


66 


AGENT, Mark 


C 


6-5 


233 


21 


SR* 


Oilman School/Baltimore, MD 


Elementary Education 


1 


ANDERSON, Mike 


TB 


5-10 


191 


22 


SR 


DeMatha/Capital Heights, MD 


Economics 


71 


ARLINE, Kevin 


DL 


6-0 


267 


19 


FR* 


Franklm/Somerset, NJ 


Undergraduate Studies 


88 


BADGETT, Marcus 


WR 


6-0 


180 


19 


FR* 


Ehzabeth/Ehzabeth, NJ 


Undergraduate Studies 


36 


BAKER,Tim 


LB 


6-2 


216 


19 


FR* 


Lake Highland Prep./Maitland, FL 


Pre-Busmess 


83 


BOEHLY, Bret 


TE 


6-4 


240 


19 


JR 


Langley/McLean, VA 


Pre-Busmess 


47 


BRADFORD, Jack 


OLE 


6-1 


219 


21 


JR* 


Wilde Lake/Columbia, MD 


Agricultural Econ. 


50 


BROWN, Hugh 


ILB 


5-11 


222 


20 


JR* 


North Stafford/Stafford, VA 


Economics 


84 


CARR, David 


TE 


6-5 


228 


22 


SR* 


Franklin Senior/Reisterstown, MD 


Pre-Business 


57 


CHARLAND, Doug 


OL 


6-3 


235 


19 


FR* 


Steubenville/Steubenville, OH 


Elec. Engineering 


26 


COLVIN, Darren 


RB 


6-2 


248 


19 


FR* 


Aberdeen/Belcamp, MD 


Biology 


80 


COOPER, Joseph 


TE 


6-5 


229 


19 


FR* 


Upper Dauphin Area/Lykens, PA 


Arts & Humanities 


10 


DeARMAS, Dan 


P/PK 


5-10 


201 


19 


SO* 


Columbus/Miami, FL 


Speech Communications 


55 


deBRUIN, Dave 


DT 


6-4 


233 


20 


SO 


Copley/Akron, OH 


Undergraduate Studies 


26 


DeMOSS, James 


DB 


5-7 


173 


22 


SR* 


Calvert Hall/Baltimore, MD 


Urban Studies 


49 


DiMARIA, Phil 


LB 


6-2 


227 


19 


FR* 


Bishop McDevitt/Glenside, PA 


Criminal Justice 


12 


D'ORAZIO, Dan 


PK 


5-7 


158 


20 


FR* 


Cardinal O'Hara/Media, PA 


Pre-Busmess 


91 


DROZDOV, Darren 


DG 


6-3 


259 


20 


SO 


Oakrest/Mays Landing, NJ 


Undergraduate Studies 


78 


DUNNE, David 


OL 


6-4 


263 


19 


SO 


Burbank/Burbank, IL 


Art 


11 


EDWARDS, Karl 


OLB 


6-4 


225 


21 


JR* 


Aberdeen/Havre de Grace, MD 


Physical Education 


3 


ELFUS, Eric 


PK 


6-0 


195 


20 


SO 


Northport/E, Northport, NY 


Psychology 


31 


ENSIGN, Fred 


PK 


6-2 


174 


19 


SO 


Bishop O'Connell/Fairfax, VA 


Pre-Busmess 


96 


FLEECE, Rick 


DG 


6-3 


254 


21 


JR 


Sonierdale/Somerdale, NJ 


Speech Communications 


2 


FOWLKES, Kevin 


DB 


5-11 


185 


21 


JR* 


Garfield/Dale City, VA 


Criminal Justice 


79 


FRANCISCUS, Tony 


OG 


6-4 


269 


23 


SR 


Conestoga Valley/Lancaster, PA 


Agricultural Econ. 


53 


GEORGE, Tom 


LB 


5-11 


220 


21 


SO* 


Long Branch/Long Branch, NJ 


Ag. Research/Business 


61 


GLENN, O'Neil 


OT 


6-2 


290 


21 


SR 


John F, Kennedy/Hempstead, NY 


Criminal Justice 


45 


GOODE, Joel 


ILB 


6-2 


222 


19 


SO* 


McKeesport Area/McKeesport, PA 


Computer Science 


30 


GREEN, Dean 


WR 


6-3 


207 


21 


SR 


Martmsburg/Martinsburg, WV 


Speech Communications 


8 


HANES, Norris 


WR 


6-0 


167 


22 


JR* 


Good Counsel/Silver Spring, MD 


Consumer Economics 


19 


HARRIS, Marcus 


DB 


5-11 


187 


21 


JR 


Havre de Grace/Havre de Grace, MD 


Sociology 


17 


HARRIS, Richie 


WR 


5-10 


149 


18 


SO 


Mt. St, Joseph/Columbia, MD 


Business 


58 


HINES, Greg 


OLB 


6-2 


233 


19 


SO* 


Edgewood Regional/SicklerviUe, NJ 


Undergraduate Studies 


15 


HOFFMAN, Jeff 


DB 


5-9 


178 


22 


SR* 


Bayley-Ellard/Morns Plains, NJ 


Criminal Justice 


73 


HOFLAND, Mark 


OT 


6-7 


286 


22 


SR* 


Albemarle/Charlottesville, VA 


Economics 


27 


HOLLIS, Michael 


DB 


6-1 


170 


21 


JR* 


Gonzaga/Rockville, MD 


Gov't Politics 


20 


HOPSON, Mike 


DB 


5-8 


181 


20 


FR* 


Radnor/Rosemont, PA 


Undergraduate Studies 


85 


HUDAK, Kevm 


DG 


6-5 


233 


22 


JR* 


Bethlehem Catholic/Bethlehem, PA 


Pre-Business 


43 


JACKSON, Troy 


RB 


5-10 


201 


20 


SO* 


Lafayette/Williamsburg, VA 


Pre-Business 


40 


JARMOLOWICH, Mike 


ILB 


6-2 


225 


19 


FR* 


Union/Union, NJ 


Speech Communications 


21 


JOHNSON, Barry 


WR 


6-3 


201 


21 


JR* 


Herndon/Vienna, VA 


Agricultural Econ. 


29 


JOHNSON, Ricky 


TB 


6-0 


193 


21 


SR 


Liberal/Liberal, KS 


Afro-Am. Studies 


74 


JONES, Clarence 


OT 


6-6 


277 


21 


JR 


Central Islip/Central Islip, NY 


Speech Communications 


72 


KISELAK, Mike 


OG 


6-3 


278 


22 


SR* 


Pme Bush/Pine Bush, NY 


Recreation 


6 


LAWRENCE, Doug 


RB 


5-9 


183 


19 


FR* 


Susquehanna Twp/Harrisburg, PA 


Psychology 


32 


LOWERY, Bren 


TB 


5-10 


194 


22 


SR* 


T.C. Wilhams/Alexandria, VA 


Criminal Justice 


22 


MATTHEWS, James 


FB 


5-11 


221 


22 


SR 


Tildon/Brooklyn, NY 


Pre-Radio, TV, Film 


89 


McGONNIGAL, Brett 


WR 


6-1 


179 


20 


SO* 


Loch Raven/Glen Arm, MD 


Pre-Business 


54 


McINTYRE, Glen 


C 


6-3 


260 


20 


SO* 


Cardinal Gibbons/Baltimore, MD 


Physical Education 


51 


McKENNA, Kyle 


ILB 


5-11 


213 


19 


SO* 


Whitefish Bay/Whitefish Bay, WI 


Marine Biology 


52 


NAMATH, Frank 


C 


6-2 


243 


22 


JR* 


Blackhavtfk/Beaver Falls, PA 


Speech Communications 


67 


NIEMYNSKI, Greg 


OL 


6-6 


250 


19 


FR* 


West Ishp/West Islip, NY 


Undergraduate Studies 


53 


NORTON, Pat 


C 


6-4 


227 


19 


FR* 


Park View/Sterling, VA 


Undergraduate Studies 


64 


OBERLE, Ken 


OT 


6-5 


260 


21 


JR* 


North Hills/Pittsburgh, PA 


Civil Engineering 


14 


O'DONNELL, Neil 


QB 


6-3 


219 


23 


SR' 


Madison/Madison, NJ 


Graduate School 


75 


ORTA, Ralph 


DT 


6-3 


245 


19 


SO* 


New Milford/Nevtf Milford, NJ 


Undergraduate Studies 


56 


PAGE, Glenn 


ILB 


6-2 


233 


21 


JR* 


Baldwin/Pittsburgh, PA 


Gen. Business Administration 


70 


PARKER, David 


OT 


6-2 


290 


22 


SR* 


Woodlawn/Baltimore, MD 


Kinesiology 


39 


PHILLIPS, Vance 


LB 


6-2 


224 


21 


JR* 


Bishop McNamara/Fort Washington, MD 


Psychology 


93 


PHOENIX, Rich 


DL 


6-4 


244 


18 


FR* 


WiUiamsport/Williamsport. PA 


Undergraduate Studies 





58 



Terp Roster 



23 PRUNZIK, Dan WR 5-10 175 19 FR* 

60 PURNELL, Levin OLB 6-4 208 19 SO 

4 REAGAN, Ron DB 5-11 183 19 FR' 

25 RIGBY, Cornel RB 6-0 195 19 FR' 

16 ROMANCHOCK, Paul TE 6-5 233 20 SO' 



Mt. Lebanon/Pittsburgh, PA 
Wicomico/Salisbury, MD 
Berwick/Berwick, PA 
Lake Howell/Casselberry, FL 
Windber/Windber, PA 



Undergraduate Studies 

Agriculture 

Undergraduate Studies 
Political Science 
Kinesiology 



68 ROSE, Blaine OG 6-6 253 23 

24 ROSEN. Scott DB 5-11 184 19 

59 RUSHNAK, Bob OLB 5-11 223 21 

63 SALGADO, Rich OT 6-4 293 23 

9 SANDWISCH, James QB-P 6-3 187 19 



SR* Stanton/Hammondsville, OH 

SO' Geo.Washington/Philadelphia, PA 

JR* East Brunswick/East Brunswick, NJ 

JR* New Hyde Park/New Hyde Park, NY 

SO* Great Mills/Great Mills. MD 



Criminal Justice 

Physical Education 
Criminal Justice 
Recreation 
Pre-Business 



46 SAYLOR. Scott ILB 6-1 234 22 SR* 

34 SPINELLL Dennis FB 6-2 229 22 SR* 

65 STAFFILENO. Ron OG 6-2 243 18 FR* 

77 STEELE, Derek DG 6-4 246 19 SO* 

87 STEVENSON, Brett TE 6-5 219 19 FR* 



Pen Argyl/Pen Argyl. PA 
Lindenhurst/Lindenhurst. NY 
Brooke/Wellsburg, WV 
Warwick/Newport News, VA 
East/Thornton. PA 



Kinesiology 

Speech Communications 
Undergraduate Studies 
Undergraduate Studies 
Undergraduate Studies 



37 

69 
41 
7 
76 

29 THOMAS. L.C. 

5 THOMAS. Mike 

33 TOMLIN. Eddie 

•44 VAUGHN, Andre 



STOFFLET, Mike DB 6-1 198 20 FR* 

STRANG, Anthony OT 6-5 295 20 SO* 

STUMP, Doug RB 6-0 215 21 JR' 

SUGGS, Ed TB 6-1 193 19 SO* 

SUPLEE. Mitch OG 6-4 258 20 SO* 



West Chester/West Chester, 
Torrington/Torrington, CT 
Westminster/Finksburg, MD 
Lafayette/Brooklyn, NY 
South River/Edgewater. MD 



PA Undergraduate Studies 

Criminal Justice 
Aerospace Engineering 
Pre-Business 
Criminal Justice 



DB 5-9 167 21 JR DeMatha/Landover Hills, MD 

DB 5-10 175 19 SO* Bishop McDevitt/Philadelphia. PA 

DB 6-1 195 19 SR Denbigh/Newport News. VA 

RB 6-2 191 19 FR* Oakland Mills/Columbia, MD 



Bio-Chemistry 
Pre-Business 
Undergraduate Studies 
Undergraduate Studies 



18 VESSELS. Johnny DB 5-10 

92 VINCENT. Greg OLB 6-3 

42 WALSH. Mark OLB 6-2 

99 WEBSTER. Larry DT 6-5 

38 WHITTIER, Scott ILB 6-1 



193 

219 



20 

19 



210 22 
271 20 
225 22 



JR* H.D. Woodson/Washington, D.C. 

FR* Methacton/CollegeviUe, PA 

SR* Belleville/Belleville. NJ 

SO* Elkton/Elkton, MD 

SR* KempsviUe/Virginia Beach, VA 



Recreation 

Undergraduate Studies 
Pre-Health Education 
Undergraduate Studies 
Speech Communications 



98 ZIZAKOVIC. Lubo DT 6-7 268 21 SO* 

13 ZOLAK. Scott QB 6-5 224 21 JR* 

** WiU not play m the 1989 season because of injury 



Weston/Weston, Ontario, Canada 
Rmggold/Monongahela, PA 



Pre-Busmess 

Speech Communications 



Signees 



NAME 


HT. 


WT. 


POS. 


ALEXANDER, Alan 


5-10 


180 


WR/DB 


HARTLEY. Shawn 


6-3 


185 


DB 


BERGSTROM, Joe 


6-4 


220 


LB 


BERTHA, Brandon 


6-0 


175 


DB 


CATHERMAN, Doug 


6-6 


235 


DL 


FLOOD. John 


5-10 


170 


PK 


FLORES. Jaime 


6-2 


217 


LB 


HEWITT. Andre 


6-6 


230 


TE 


INGE. Bill 


6-0 


180 


DB 


INGRAM. Steve 


6-5 


230 


DT 


JOHNSON. V\ime 


6-2 


220 


RB 


MARRONE. David 


6-3 


235 


LB 


MIKE. David 


6-2 


195 


QB 


PANAGOS. Jim 


6-2 


220 


DL 


REGAN. Ed 


6-6 


270 


OL 


SAUERBRY. Terry 


6-3 


240 


OL 


STURDIVANT. Mark 


6-4 


215 


LB 


WILSON. Adriene 


6-2 


189 


QB 


WINEBRENNER. Chris 


6-3 


265 


OL 


WYCHECK. Frank 


6-3 


205 


RB 



High School/Hometown 

Altoona/Altoona.PA 

Morena Valley/Morena Valley, CA 

Archbishop Carroll/Malvern.PA 

Bayside/Virginia Beach. VA 

Mifflmburg/Mifflinburg. PA 

St. Joe's Collegiate/West Senaca.NY 

Balimore Polytechnic/Baltimore. MD 

Mt.Lebanon/Mt. Lebanon.PA 

Overbrook/Lmdenwood.NJ 

DuVal/Lanham. MD 

North Stafford/Stafford. VA 

St.John The Baptist/N.Babylon,NY 

Aliquippa/Aliquippa.PA 

East Ishp/Ishp Terrace. NY 

Cherry HiU East/Cherry Hill.NJ 

Neshammy/Langhorne.PA 

Sprmgbrook/Silver Spring.MD 

Cambridge S. Dorchester/Cambridge.MD 

Valley. Westemport.MD 

Archbishop Ryan, Philadelphia.PA 



59 



Terp Depth Defense — Numerical Roster 




DEPTH CHART - DEFENSE 



Left Defensive Tackle: 

99 Webster, Larry So.' 
77 Steele, Derek So.* 
93 Phoenix, Rich Fr.* 

Outside Linebacker: 

11 Edwards, Karl Jr.* 
42 Walsh, Mark Sr.* 
58 Hines, Greg So.* 

Left CornerbacK: 

24 Rosen, Scott So.* 
20 Hopson, Mike Fr.* 
29 Thomas, L.C. So.* 



Nose Guard: 

96 Fleece, Rick Jr.* 
91 Drozdov, Darren So. 
85 Hudak, Kevin Jr.* 
71 Arline, Kevm Fr.* 

Inside Linebacker: 

38 Whittier, Scott Sr.* 
56 Page, Glenn Jr.* 
51 McKenna, Kyle So.* 
49 DiMaria, Phil Fr.* 

Strong Safety: 

2 Fowlkes, Kevin Jr.* 
4 Reagan, Ron Fr.* 
37 Stofflet, Mike Sr.* 



Right Defensive Tackle: 

98 Zizakovic, Lubo So.* 
75 Orta, Ralph So.* 
55 deBrum, Dave So. 

Inside Linebacker: 

46 Saylor, Scott Sr.* 

50 Brown, Hugh So.* 

40 Jarmolowich, Mike Fr. 



Free Safety: 

29 Thomas, Mike So.* 
33 Tomlm, Eddie Sr. 
18 Vessels, Johnny Jr. 

* Redshirt Year 



Outside Linebacker: 

47 Bradford, Jack Jr.* 
59 Rushnak, Bob Jr.* 
45 Goode. Joel So.* 

Right Cornerback 

27 Holhs, Michael Jr.* 
19 Harris, Marcus Jr. 
26 DeMoss, James Sr. 



Numerical Roster 



NO NAME POS 

1 Mike Anderson TB 

2 Kevin Fowlkes DB 

3 Eric Elfus PK 

4 Ron Reagan DB 

5 Mike Thomas DB 

6 Doug Lawrence RB 

7 Ed Suggs TB 

8 Norris Hanes WR 

9 James Sandwisch QB/P 

10 Dan DeArmas P/PK 

11 Karl Edwards OLB 

12 Dan D'Orazio PK 

13 Scott Zolak QB 

14 Neil O'Donnell QB 

15 Jeff Hoffman DB 

15 Fred Ensign PK 

16 Paul Romanchock TE 

17 Richie Harris WR 

18 Johnny Vessels DB 

19 Marcus Harris DB 

20 Mike Hopson DB 

21 Barry Johnson WR 



22 James Matthews FB 

23 Dan Prunzik WR 

24 Scott Rosen DB 

25 Cornel Rigby RB 

26 Darren Colvin RB 

27 Michael HoUis DB 

29 Ricky Johnson , TB 

30 Dean Green WR 

31 Fred Ensign PK 

32 Bren Lowery TB 

33 Eddie Tomlm DB 

34 Dennis Spinelli FB 

36 Tim Baker . LB 

37 Mike Stofflet DB 

38 Scott Whittier ILB 

39 Vance Phillips LB 

40 Mike Jarmolowich ILB 

41 Doug Slump RB 

42 Mark Walsh OLB 

43 Troy Jackson RB 

"44 Andre Vaughn RB 

45 Joel Goode ILB 



46 Scott Saylor ILB 

47 Jack Bradford OLB 

49 Phil DiMaria LB 

50 Hugh Brown ILB 

51 Kyle McKenna ILB 

52 Frank Namath C 

53 Tom George LB 

54 Glen Mclntyre C 

55 Dave deBrum DT 

56 Glenn Page ILB 

57 Doug Charland OL 

58 Greg Hines OLB 

59 Bob Rushnak OLB 
61 O'Neil Glenn OL 

63 Rich Salgado OT 

64 Ken Oberle OT 

66 Mark Agent C 

67 Greg Niemynski OL 

68 Blaine Rose TE 

68 Ron Staflileno GO 

69 Anthony Strano OT 

71 Kevin Arline DL 



72 Mike Kiselak OG 

73 Mark Holland OT 

74 Clarence Jones OT 

75 Ralph Orta DT 

76 Mitch Suplee OG 

77 Derek Steele DG 

78 David Dunne OL 

79 Tony Franciscus OG 

80 Joseph Cooper . TE 

83 Bret Boehly TE 

84 David Carr TE 

85 Kevin Hudak DG 

87 Brett Stevenson TE 

88 Marcus Badgett WR 

89 Brett McGonnigal WR 

91 Darren Drozdov DG 

92 Greg Vincent OLB 

93 Rich Phoenix DL 

96 Rick Fleece DG 

98 Lubo Zizakovic DT 

99 Larry Webster DT 



60 



Total Tarps — Tha Lattarwiiinara 



"A" 

Abbou. Robert 1971 
Abdut Ra'oof. Azizuddin 
ige-l'BB. 86. 87 
Abshei, Dick 1964. '65 'ee 
Adams. Chester 1908 
Adams. Donald 1925, '26 '27 
Adams. Ron 1963. 64 
Adams. Steve 1981 
Agent. Mark 1986 '87. -88 
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. '86. '87 
Ambrusko, Ken 1962, '64 '65 
Amend, David 1984, '85, '86, '87 
Anderson, Mike 1985, '86, '87 
Andorka, Bill 1934 
Andrews, Olin 1908. 09 10 
Andrus, Robert 1946 
Atbulina, Matt 1963, '64 '65 
Anzzi, Ernie 1961, '62, '63 
Armsworthy, Frank 1950 
Arnold Bob 1984, '85, '86, 87 
Askew, Lewis 1984, '85. '86 
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 
Auhsi, Joe 1980, '81. '82 
Austin. Gerald 1982 
AveUini. 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 

Bagranotf Larry 1963, 64, '65 

Baierl, Ralph 1953, '54 

Bailey, Caleb (Zeke) 1918. 19 '20 '21 '22 

Bailey. Joe 1984. '85 

Baker Brian 1981. 82. '83 

Baker. Charles 1906 

Baker. Pat 1965. '66. '67 

Baldante. John 1978. '79 

Baldwin. Clarence 1981. '82. '83 

Banner. Murnis 1960. '61. '62 

Bannon. J G 1892. '93. '94 

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 

Barntt, Ed 1952 

Bartlett, W D 1923 

Bates, Duane 1944 

Battaglia, Sam 1967 

Bauer, J W 1908 

Beamer, Francis 1938, '39 

Beardsley. Al 1956. '58 

Beasley. Mike. 1987 '88 

Beatty. Bill 1924. '25 

Becker. Ed 1958 

Bednar. Ray 1970. '71 '72 

Behbahani Kambiz 1971 

Behi. Sam 1945. '47 

Behrmarm Joe 1957. '58 • 

Beightol, Lynn 1951, '53. •54. '55 

BeU. Fred 1896. '97 

BeU. Karl 1965 

BeU. Bobby 1976 

Bennet. Willis 1932. '33 

Bennett.' Gordon 1960 



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 194041 

Besley. Kirk 1922. '24. '25 

Betty. Dale 1958. '59. '60 

Betz. Theodore 1948. '49, '50 

Bielski. Dick 1952. '53. '54 

Bilancioni. Ben 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 

Blandlotd, James 1897. '98 

Bloomingdale. Alan 1973.74 

Blount. Alvin 1983, '84, '85, '86 

Bobenko, Alex 1943 

Boehly: Bret 1987, '88 

Boeri, Walter 1951, '52 

Boinis, John 1962 

Boinis, Pete 1958, '59, '60 

Bolton, Ed 1949, '50 

Bonato, John 1986, '87 

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. Jack 1987. '88 

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 

Bray, Leon 1986 

Brechiel, Jim 1973, -74. '75 

Breedlove. Rod 1957. '58. '59 

Brenner. John 1941. '42 

Bresnahan. Tom 1964 

Breunich. Tom 1952. '53 

Brewer, Edward B (Untz) 1916, '20. '21 

Brewer. Mac 1922 '23 

Brkovich. Joe 1981, '82, '83 

Brogho, Paul 1947, '48 

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

Broughet, Don 1952, '53. '54 

Broumel. Tom 1960 

Brown David 1900. '01. 02. 03 

Brown. Donald 1984. '85 

Brown. Gumest 1979. '80. '81. '82 

Brown, James (J B ) 1985, '86, '87, '88 

Brown, Robert 1937, '38, '39 

Brown, Tom 1960, '61, 62 

Brubaker. Enc 1975 

Brunson, Wayne 1985. '86. '87. 88 

Bryan. Thomas 1901 

Bryant. William 1937 



Brzosiowski. Art 1965. 66. '67 

Budkolf, 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. '86 

Burlin. Ralph 1939. '40. '41 

Burmeister. 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 

Byrd. Harry C, (Curley) 1905, 06. '07 

Byrom. Bruce 1977. '78., '79. '80 

"C" 

Calandra, William 1971 

Caldwell, Rodney 1982 

Callahan, Charles 1933, '34, '35 

Calta, Keith 1976, '77. '78 

Campbell. Joe 1973. '74. '75. 76 

Carinci. Jan 1978. '79. '80 

Carhss. Ernest 1919. '20. '21 

Carlson. Rick 1966, '67. '68 

Carney. Mike 1978. '79. '80 

Carr. Brad 1974 '75. '76. '77 

Carr. David 1988 

Carroll. Charles 1957 

Carroll. Douglas 1899 

Carter. A R 1914 

Carter. Crawford 1918 

Carter. Louis 1972, '73, '74 

Carter, Vernon 1983 

Castro, Dale 1978, '79, '80 

Cashwell, Dorsey 1897, '98 

Chacos, Louis 1942 

Chadick, Mike 1968 

Chalmers, George (Shorty) 1929. '30. '31 

Chamberlain. Glenn 1977. '78 

Chapman. Ted 1984. '85. '86 

Chiaverini, Len 1962, '63 

Chichowski, Tom 1963, '65. '66 

Chisari. Thomas 1943. '44. '45 

Chovanes. Eddie 1941. '42. 46 

Christianson. Dave 1951 

Church. C Grant 1897. '99 

Church. L M 1905 

Ciambor. Steve 1967. '68. '69 

CianciuUi. Steve 1978 

Cianelh. 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. Irvmg 1914, 15, 16 

Colbert, Bob 1967, '68, '69 

Cole, Bob 1958 

Cole, Fred 1956, '57, '58 

Cole, George 1932 

Collins. Bobby 1964, '65, '66 

CoUins Gary 1959 '60, '61 

Colhns, Scott 1977, '78, '79 

Colteryahn, Lloyd 1951. '52 

Colton, George 1984, '85 

Crompton Barnes 1892, '93 

Condie. Demus 1960, '61 

Condon, John 1949 

Conrad, Dave 1974, 75. '76 

Coruad Luther 1940. '41. 42 

Conroy. Bnan 1984 

Contmetti, Reno 1943. '44 



(jK'ik.- i-:.i . 

Cooke, Sam 1897. 98. '99 
Cooper. Barney 1905. 06. '07 
Cooper, Fred 1964. '65. '66 
Cooper. Larry 1943. '44 
Corcoran. Jim 1962. '64. '65 
Cordyack. John 1940. '41 
Corvino. Mike 1979. '80. '81. '82 
Cory. Ernest 1907. 08 
Cosgrove. Tom 1950. '51. '52 
Coster. H Q 1916. 17. 18 
Couch. George 1942 
Covington. Al 1982. '83. '84, '85 
Covington. Bryant 1983. '84. '85, '86 
Cozzi, Richard 1975 
Cowdrey, Chris 1970, '71. '72 
Cox. Doug 1983, '84 
Crapster. Jack 1908 
Crecca. Joseph 1932. '33 
Crosland. Robert 1945. '46 
Crossan. Dave 1960, '61, '62 
Crothers, Qmar (Gus) 1926, '27. '28 
Crytzer. Many 1951. '52. '53 
Cummins. Richard 1978. '79 



DAddio. Dave 1979. 80. '82. '83 

DAmico. Matt 1985. '86, '87. 88 

D'Atri. 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 

DeArmas. Dan 1988 

DeArmey. Frank 1935. '36. '37 

DeArmey. John 1938 

DeCarlo. Dan 1974. '75 

DeCicco. Nick 1955, '56, '57 

Decker, Don 1951, '52 

Deckman, Joe 1930 

Demczuk, Bernard (Sonny) 1968, '69 

Dennis, Russell 1953, '54, '55 

DePaul, Bobby 1982, '83 

Derrick, H B 1914, '1516 

DeStephano, Robert 1950, '51, '52 

Detko, Chester 1960, '61. '62 

Devon. Joe 1898 

Dewitz. Brant 1979. '80 

DiCaprio. Richard 1973. '74 

Dick. Urry 1975. '77 

Dickey. Edmund 1900 

Dietrich. Leroy 1958. '59. '60 

Dietz. Guy 1973. '74 

Dil. Chris 1965 

DiU. John 1967. '68, '69 

DiOno, Joe 1967, '68 

Dittmar, Jack 1941. '42 

Divito. Paul 1973. '74. '75 

Doak. Harry 1906. 07 

Dodson. Charhe 1927. '28. '29 

Domimc. Brian 1971 

Donas. Kevm 1983. 84 

Donofno. Ralph 1966. 67 

Doory. Frank 1943. '44 

Dorter. Don 1977 '78 

Douglas. John 1976. 77 

Drach. Joseph 1945. '46. '47 

Dragan. Doug 1984 

Drass. Pat 1959 60. '61 

Dnmal. Chuck 1967 

Drozdov. Danen 1988 

Drozdov. Olaf 1962. '63. 64 

DuBois. Oscar 1942 

Duda. Mark 1979. '80. '81. '82 

Dudish. Mickey 1976. '77, 78 

Duley. Tom 1931 



61 



Total Terps — The Letterwinners 



Dunbar, Emmons 1900, '01, '02 
Dunham, Duane 1984, '85, '86. '87 
Durbm. Maik 1981 
Dutton, Ken 1967, '68, '69 
DuVall, Mearle 1939, '40. '41 
Dwyer, Frank 1939 
Dyer, John 1968, '69.'70 
Dyson, Gene 1955 

"E" 

Earley, Harold 1949 

Edel, Sam T 1919 

Edmunds, Ferrell 1984, '85, '86, '87 

Edwards, Jason 1986 

Edwards, Karl 1987, '88 

Edwards, Tony 1983, '84, '85 

EUmger, Charhe 1934, '35, '36 

Ellis, Gary 1978, '79 

Emerson, Darryl 1982 

Emnch, William 1971 

Ennis, Lou 1933, '34, '35 

Eppley, Geary (Swede) 1919, '20 

Erhard, Jerry 1970, '72 

Esiason, Norman 1981, '82, '83 

Eubanks, Howard 1979, '80, '81. '82 

Evans, Bill 1974, '75 

Evans, Clay 1907 

Evans, Francis 1945. '46. '47, '48 

Evans, Wilham 1928, '29, '30 

Everson, William 1947, '48 

"F" 

Faber, Parker 1930, '31 

Faloney, Bernie 1951, '52, '53 

Faucette, Chuck 1983, '84, '85, '86 

Fazio, Ron 1982, '83, '84 

Fanz, Scott 1978, '79, '80 

Farrell, Albert 1932 

Fasano, Rick 1978, '79, '80 

Fastuca, Sal 1944 

Feher, Gene 1961, '62, '63 

Fehr. Walter 1945, '46 

Felton, Ralph 1951, '52, '53 

Ferrante, Joe 1961, '62, '63 

Fesmeyer, Charles 1901, 02 

Fiedor, John 1973 

Fincke, Edward 1950 

Finkle, Edward 1988 

Chris Finkle, 1988 

Firor, Guy 1905. '06 

Fischer, Stanley 1952 

Fisher, Ralph 1973, '74, '75, '76 

Fisher, William 1930 

Fishman, Jerry 1963, '64 

Fitzpatrick, Paul 1967. '68, '69 

Fleece, Rick 1988 

Fletcher, Andy 1916, '17 

Fletcher, Dwayne 1958, '59, '60 

Fletcher, Edward 1935, '36 

Flick. Paul 1942 

Flor. Tom 1957. '58. '59 

Flynn. Tim 1953, '54. '55 

Forbes, John 1957, '58 

Ford. James 1977 

Forrester. James 1937. '38 

Foster, Daniel 1975 

Fotta, BiU 1976 

Fowlkes. Kevin 1987. '88 

Fox. Hank 1949. '50. '51 

Franklin, Jamie 1972, '75 

Frattaroli, Joe 1962, '64 

Friedgen, Ralph 1968 

Fries, Greg 1968, '69, '70 

Fntsch, John 1955, '56. '57 

Fritz, Emile 1945, '46 

Fromang, Steve 1970, '71, '72 

Fry, Clarence (Chick) 1949. '50. '51 

Fullerton. Ed 1950, '51. '52 

FuUer. Clilton 1892. '93, '94 

Fulton, Ed 1973, '74. '75. '76 

Funk. Mike 1962 

Furman. Jeff 1984 

Furman. Tyrone 1981. '82. '83 

Furst. Walter 1911 



"G" 

Gaarn. Tim 1986, '87 
Gaetz, Norman 1944 
Gaines, Mike 1970, '71, '72 
Gall, Ed 1977. '78. '79. '80 
Gallagher. Bob 1958 
Gait. Pete 1905 
Gambino. Lou 1946, '47 
Garber, Chip 1975, '76, '77 
Gardi, Joe 1957, '58, '59 
Gareis, Hank 1967, '68, '69 
Garner, Enoch 1902 
Garrott, William 1933, '35 
Gawhck, Fred 1965, '66, '67 
Gayzur, 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. Chester 1947. '48. '49. '50 
Gilbert. Herbert 1918, '19, '20, '21 
Gill, Vernon 1903, '04 
Gillespie, Bill 1967, '69 
Gilmore, Jack 1962, '63 
Gilmore, John 1940, '42 
Gioia, Bob 1980, '81 
Giuhano, Joe 1986, '87 
Glamp. Paul 1976. '78. '79 
Glanip. Pete 1978, '79. '80 
Gleasner. Donald 1945 
Glover. Kevin 1982, '83, '84 
Goldman, Luther 1933 
Goodman, Jim 1946. '47. '48 
Gormley. John 1934. '35. '36 
Grace. Mike 1966. '67. '68 
Graff. Gustavius 1892. '93 
Graham. Duey 1970 
Grant. Bill 1967. '68 
Grason. Andy 1898. '99 
Green. Dean 1988 
Greene. Tony 1968. '69, '70 
Greer, William 1944, '45 
Gregory, Larry 1979 
Gretz, Harry 1933 
Grey, Chris 1978, '79 
Gross. James 1981, '82, '83 
Groves, John (Boots) 
1919, '20, '21, '22, '23 
Guckeyson, Bill 1934, '35, '36 
Gunderman, Bobby 1982, '83, '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 

Haley, Bob 1967. '68 

Hall. Irving (Bottle) 1923. '24 

Hamilton. Fred 1955. '56, '57 

Hamley, James 1969 

Hannigan, John 1961, '62 

Hanulak, Chet 1951, '52, '53 

Harbert, Doug 1975, '76, '77 

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

Hardisty. John 1899. 1900 

Harraka, Greg 1982, '83, '84 

Harrell, Greg 1984 

Harris, Derick 1974 

Harris, George 1893. '94 

Harris. Leon 1976 

Harrison. Roland 1892. '93, '94 

Hart, R G 1915 

Hatfield, Norm 1962, '63 

Hjtlet, Jim 1956, '57, '58 

Hatton, Hannibal 1905. '06 

Haussmann. Kevin 1978 



Havener. Chris 1980 
Hawkins, Ralph 1956, '57 
Hayden, Courtney 1930, '31 
Hayman, Edgar 1904 
Headley, Coleman 1934, '35. '36 
Heagy, Al 1927, '28, '29 
Healy, Don 1955, '56, '57 
Healy, Jack 1955, '56 
Heffner, Fred 1952, '53 
Heme. George 1923, '24 
Heintz. William 1928, '29 
Helbock, Bill 1942 
Hennmg, Dan 1985, '86 '87 
Herzog. Fred 1924. '25 
Hetrick. John 1965 
Heuring, Ed 1954. '55. '56 
Heward. Harry 1894, '96 
Hewitt. Frederick 1937. '38 
Heyer, Frank 1940. '41 
Hickman. William 1943 
Hicks. Chaplain 1907. 08 
Hill. Datryl 1963 
Hill. Greg 1982. '83. '84 
Hillis. Robert 1943 
Hinebaugh. Wade 1896. '97 
Hmdman. FR 1913. '14. '15 
Hmes. Frank 1898. '99 
Hmes. Frank. Jr 1932 
Hinkle, Monte 1971. '72. '73 
Hoch, Mike 1966 
Hoen. Ralph 1907, '08 
Hoen, Stanley 1908 
Hoffecker, Frank 1911, '12, '13 
Hoffman. Charles 1968. '69 
Hoffman. Edward 1943 
Hoffman. Gil 1982. '83, '84 
Hoffman. Herb 1952. '53. '54 
Holland. Mark 1986, '87, '88 
Hoge, Hamilton 1906 
Holder. Eric 1983. '84. '85 
Holinka. Jell 1983. '84. '85 
Holhs. Michael 1987, '88 
Hons. Craig 1970 
Hoopengardner. Joe 1940. '42 
Hoover. Kim 1973. '74. '75 
Horning. Joe 1951. 52. '53. '54 
Hough. John 1922. '23. '24 
Hrezo. Joe 1960. '61. '62 
Hufman, Jack 1942 
Hughes, Bill 1984, '85, '86 '87 
Hughes, Leroy 1972. '73. '74. '75 
Humphries. Howard 1963. '64. '65 
Hunt. Max 1940 
Hunteman, Charles 1912. '13 
Kurd. Art 1951. '52 
Hurson. Edward 1943 



Idzik. John 1947. '48. '49. '50 
Iglehart. John 1905 
Igus. Chris 1983. '84 
Imphong. Mike 1967 
Irvine. John 1952. '53, '54 



Jackson. Fred 1946 
James. Robert 1941. '42. '46 
Jameson. George 1906 
Jankowski. Gary 1960. '61. '62 
Jarmoska. George 1940. '41, '42 
Jefferson, Ben 1985 '87, '88 
Jennings, Ricky 1973, '74, '75 
Jermgan, Cy 1971. '73 
Johnson, Barry 1987, '88 
Johnson, Charles 1976, '77, '78 
Johnson, Dave 1911, 'la. '13 
Johnson. Ed 1966 
Johnson. Sam 1978. '79. '80 
Johnston. Richard 1945, '46 
Johnson, Ricky 1988 
Joines, Vernon 1985, '86 '87, '88 
Jones, Clarence 1987, '88 
Jones, David 1971 



Jones, Lendell 1981, '82, '83 
Jones, Stan 1951, '52. '53 
Joyce. Fred 1962. '63. '64 
Joyce, Jim 1957, '58, '59 
Joyce, Jim 1981. '82, '83 
Joyner, Willie 1981, '82, '83 

'•K" 

Kane, Ed 1966, '67, '68 

Karangalen, Peter 1943 

Karnash, Stanley 1948, '49. '50 

Kaufman, Norman 1959, '60 

Kecman. Dan 1967. '68. '69 

Kecman. Ron 1970, '71. '72 

Keith, Jeff 1949, '51 

Keenan, Charles 1930. '31, 32 

Keenan, John 1926, '27, '28 

Kafauver, Harry 1898, '99 

Kelly, Harold 1970 

Kelly, Steve 1983, 84, '85, '86 

Kemp, William 1909, '10, '11 

Kenley, Frank 1896, '97, '98 

Kenny, John 1964, '65 

Kensler, Ed 1948, '49, '50. '51 

Kern. Fred 1957. '58 

Kershner. Ted 1956. '57. '58 

Kessler. Gordon 1926. '27. '28 

Kichman. Charles 1956 

Kiernan. Paul 1931. '32 

Kilgallen. Jim 1953 

Kinard. Ben 1973. '74 

King, John 1968, '69 

Kinney, Eugene 1945, '46, '47, '48 

Kinney, Vince 1975, '76, '77 

Kirchiro, Bill 1959, '60, '61 

Kiselak, Mike 1987, '88 

Kishpaugh. WM 1913. '14, '16, '16 

Klaube, Ted 1975. '76. '77 

Klein. Robert 1984. '85. '86. '87 

Klingerman. Doug 1964. '65 

Kloppnieyer, Charles 1906 

Knight, Chris 1983, '85 

Knight, John 1988 

Knode, Bobby 1916. '17. '18. 19 

Knode, Ken 1911. '12. '13. '14. IS 

Koch, Peter 1981. '82. '83 

Koehler, Hugh (Pop) 1909, '10. '11, '12 

Koelle. Raymond 1930. '31 

Kolarac. George 1954. '55. '56 

Kolencik. Frank 1979. '80. '81, '82 

Kolodne. Walter 1943 

Komlo. Bill 1956 

Koprowski. Marion 1973, '74. '75 

Koziol. Steve 1976. '77. '78 

Krahling. Chick 1964. '65 

Kraicovic. Jess 1929. 30. '31 

Kramer. Marvin 1949. '50 

Kramer. Paul 1953 

Kraus. Joe 1983. '84 

Kreider. John 1979. '80. '81 

Kronberg. Vic 1982 

Krouse. Bill 1939. '40 

Krouse. Raymon 1947. 48. '49. '50 

Kubany. Glenn 1968. '69 

Kuchta, Joe 1948. '49. '50 

Kurz. Jim 1946 



Ladygo. Peter 1950. '51 
LeHayne. Alfred 1975 
Landolt. Dean 1968 
Leneve, Ron 1957, '58 
Lange, Robert 1973, '74 
Lanigan. Pat 1924. '25 
Larkin. Bob 1980 
Larkin, Edward 1971 
LaRue. James 1947. '48. '49 
Lary. Ralph 1977. '78. '79. '80 
Latham. Ector. 1922. 23 
Lattimer. Charles 1951. '52. '53 
Laughery. Bob 1952 
Lavine, Stanford 1948. '49 



62 



Total Tarps — Tha Lattarwinnars 



Lavrusky. Jim 1965. '66. '67 


Ml lliKili Thuiii,,.. 1947. '48. '49 '.i 


Ni'lhgan, Bert 1896 




Lawrence. George 1938. '39 


McLaughlin. Tom 1935 


Nelson. Richard 1932. '33. '34 


Pugli. Cl.dilie 1927 


Lawrence. James 1968 


McLuckie. Tom 1952. '53. '54 


Nelson. Richard 1986 '87. '83 


Pugh. Ed 1921. '22. '23. '24 


Lawson. J, W. 1892 


McManus. Edward 1970, '71 


Nesbit. Andy 1918. '19. '20. '21. '22 


Purvis. Bart 1971. '72. '73 


Layman. Bob 1956. 'ST. 58 


McNeil. Paul 1940 


Nestor. Paul 1951. '52 




Lazaro. Bill 1958. '59 


McNult, Alonzo 1905 


Neville. Al 1971. '72. '73 


"Q" 


Lazzarino. .loe 1954. '55 


McQuade. Jack 1921. '22. 23 


Nick. Glenn 1977 


Ouander. Timniy 1982 


Leallieiman. John 1926 


McQuade. Thomas 1949 


Nickla. Ed 1958 


Queen. C J 1896 


LeGore. Waller 1904 


McQueen. Lone 1964. '65 


Niederhelman. Joe 1982. '83 




Lewis, Dickie 1956. '57. '58 


McQuown. Wymand 1964, '65, '66 


Nolan. Dick 1952. '53 


"R" 


Lewis, Gomer 1924 


McVicker. John 1955 


Norris. John 1930. '31 


Raba. Robert 1973. '74. '75. '76 


Lewis. Grenville 1894. '96 


Meade. Jim 1936. '37 


Novak. Dick 1959. '60. '61 


Radice. Julie 1928. '29 


Lewis. Mike 1979. '80. '81. '82 


Medile. Sam 1979. '80 


Nusz. Dave 1953. 54, '55 


Rae. Tom 1960. '61. '62 


Lewis, Ron 1962, 63 


Meister. Bill 1968. '69. '71 


"0" 


Raedy. Mike 1918. 19 


Liebold. Leland 1952 


Melcher. Dick 1963. '65 


Rathff, Don 1970,71 72 


Lillibndge. John 1896, '97 


Melcher. Mick 1963. '64, '65 


Oberle. Ken 1987. '88 


Reich, Frank 1983, '84 


Lilly. Hank 1963 


Merrilt. Roland 1968. '69 


Oberlin. Lyman 1914. 16. '16 


Reilly. Charles 1969. '70. '71 


Lindsay. Paul 1951 


Mesner. Bruce 1983. '84. '85. '86 


Ochap. Gene 1974. '75. '76 


Reilly. Jack 1960 


Linkous. Fred 1925, '26. '27 


Mess, R, W. 1913. '14 


O'Connor. Ed 1952 


Reindeau. Brian 1980. 81 


Lishack. Michael 1971 


Michael, R. M 1916 


Odell. Dave 1976 


Reitz. Mike 1972 


Livingston. Phil 1978. '79 


Mier, Jack 1941, '42 


O'Donnell. Dick 1954 


Renaldo. Chris 1982. '83 


Lloyd. Edward 1938. '39 


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


O'Donnell. Neil 1987. '88 


Rhodes. Don 1977 


Lombard. Henry 1928. 29 


Miles. Larry 1984. '85 


Oertly. Fred 1893 


Ribinitzki. Fred 1929 


Loncar, Ed 1977. '78 


Milkovich. Bob 1979. '80. '81 


O'Hara. Dennis 1968. '69. '71 


Rich. M N 1915. 16 


Loomis, Lynn 1912. '13 


Miller. Charlie 1929 


O'Hare. Tim 1978 


Richards. Dean 1975. '76. '77. '78 


Lorton, Kyle 1979. '80 


Miller, Chris 1973. '74 


Oifebeson. Whitney 1915 


Richey. James 1975 


Lovett. Billy 1966. '67, '68 


Miller. Doug 1982 


Olecki. Bruce 1967. '69 


Ridgely, Charles 1897 


Lowery, Bren 1986 '87, '88 


Miller. Gary 1963 


Olkewicz. Neil 1976. '77. '78 


Ridgley, Terry 1982, '84 


Luckey, George 1923, '24 


Miller. Mike 1975. '76 


Osborn. Downey 1923. '24 


Rigby, Elmer 1940, '41, '42 


Lumsden, Milton 1939, '40 


Miller. Tom 1969. '70. '71 


Osier. Jerry 1962 


Riggleman, Mickey 1972, '73 


Lunn, Cameron (Tubby) 1906. 07 


Milling. James 1984. '85. '86 '87 


Owen Niirman 1943 


Riggs, M Talbot 1919 


Lutz, James 1943 


Miloszewski. John 1966 


"P" 


Roberts, Augie 1927, '28. '29 


Lynch. Leonard 1981 '82. 84. '85 


Minion. Ed 1933. '34, '35 


Roberts, George 1928 


"M" 


Mitchell, Hanson 1896 


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


Robens, Guy 1969, '70, '71 


Mitchell, John 1931, '32 


Pagannucci. Romeno 1919. '20. '21 


Robertson, Gilbert 1899 


Maarleveld. John 1984, 85 


Mitchell, Parker 1892, '93 


Page. Calvin 1901 


Rock. Walter 1960, '61, '62 


Mac Bride, Bob 1969, '70 


Mitchell. Walter 1900, 01, 02, '03 


Page. Glenn 1987. '88 


Rock, Wilbur 1943, '44 


MacDonald, Alexander 1916, 17, 18, 


Modzelewski, Dick 1950, '51, '52 


Palahunik, George 1952, '53, '54 


Rodenberger, Jeff 1979, '80. '81 


'19, '20 


Modzelewski, Edward 1949, '50, '51 


Palanda, Michael 1977 


Rog, Ed 1962 


MacDonald, John 1932 


Molster, James 1947 


Palmer, Bruce 1976, '77, '78 


Rogers, BiU 1983, '84 


Mace, Ron 1962 


Molster, Charley 1918 


Pancza. Joe 1967 


Rogers, Jerry 1978, '79 


Mackall, Thomas 1904, 05, 06. 07 


Moiia, Joe 1959, '61, '62 


Papuchis, John 1978 


Rogers, Stan 1972, '73, '74 


Mackert, Roy 1919, '20 


Mondorff, Pershing 1937, '39 


Paredes, Ramon 1985, '86 


Rollins, W. T 1892, '93, '94 


Maddox, Alvm 1976, '77, 78 


Mont, Tom 1941, '42, '46 


Parker, Alvin 1924. '25 


Romano, Frank 1972, '73. '74 


Madigan, George 1928. 29 


Montgomery, Tom 1913 


Parker. Tommy 1983. '84. 85. '86 


Rooney. Thomas 1930 


Mahnic. Robert 1969. '70 


Moore, Eric 1970 


Parsons. Jim 1952. '53. '54. '55 


Rose. Blaine 1986. '87. '88 


Mam. Wilber 1956. '57 


Moore, John 1919, '20, '21, '22 


Parsons. John 1926. '27 


Rosenthal, Malcolm 1944 


Makar. James 1943 


Moran, J. Patrick 1944 


Pastrana. Alan 1965. '66. '68 


Roth, Earl 1947, '48, '49 


Maletzky. Bill 1951. '52 


Morgan. Bob 1951. '52. '53 


Pearson. Ron 1966. '67, '68 


Rothrock, Mark 1986 


Mallonee, Lloyd 1942 


Morhinweg. Fred 1917 


Pease, Al 1929, '30, '31 


Roulette, Robert 1948, '49 


Manges, Mark 1974, '75. '76. '77 


Morns. Scott 1943 


Pellegrini, Bob 1953, '54, '55 


Rowden, Jake 1947, '48, '49, '50 


Marchetti. Nick 1986. '88 


Morris. William (Country) 1912. 13 


Pennington. Victor 1914 


Roy, Ken 1973, '74. '75. '76 


Marchetto. Peter 1977 


Morrison. Clark 1921 


Perlo. Phil 1955. '57 


Rulf. Seymour 1912. 13. '14 


Marciniak. Walt 1964. '65 


Mortensen. Carl 1966 


Peters. Francis 1898. '99. 1900 


Rulfner. Robert 1905. 06. '07 


Marino. Chris 1983 


Morter. LaRoy 1945. '46 


Petitbon. Richie 1984. '85. '86, '87 


Rugg. John 1985. '86 '87. '88 


Markoe. Dave 1964 


Morton, Carl 1986 


Petronaci, John 1971 


Rusevlyn. Bob 1956. '57. '58 


Marshall. Larry 1969. '70, '71 


Morton, John 1939, '40, '41 


Petruzzo. Joseph 1950, '51 


RusseU. Frank 1972, '73, '74 


Marten. James 1970, '71. '72 


Moss, Charles 1976 


Petty, Phil 1964, '65 


Ryan, Charley 1943 


Martin, Andy 1963. 64 


Moss, Joseph 1949, 50, SI 


Pettit, Bill 1964 




Martin, Bill 1957, 58 


Mudd, Khostka 1909, '10, '11 


Phillips, Al 1946. '47. '48 


"S" 


Martin, Charles 1963, '64 


Mueller, John 1940 


Pietrowski, Joseph 1945 


Sabrowski, Jon 1984. '85. '86 


Martine, Roy 1950, '51 


MueUer. Leo 1938. '39. '40 


Piker, Robert 1946 


Sachs. George 1933. '34. '35 


Massey, Paul 1946 


Muffler. Joe 1976. '77, '78 


Pinck, Guy 1904 


Sadler. Alan 1982. '83 


Massey, Tom 1898 


MuUer, Mike 1980, '81, '82 


Piper, Dan 1960, '61, '62 


SaUey. Ernie 1974. '75. '76. '77 


Massie, Leonard 1969, '70, '71 


MuUiken, Clarence 1394 


Pirronello, WiUiam 1943 


Sampson. Neal 1984. '86 


Matera, Brian 1977. '78. '79 


Murphy, Bill 1972, '73 


Pitzer, John 1930 


Sandusky. Mike 1954. '55. '56 


Matthews. J Marsh 1900. 01, '02 


Murphy, Joe 1939 '40 


Plasmg, Dutch 1921 


Sankovich. Tom 1959. '60, "61 


Mattia. Peter 1968 '69. '70 


Murphy, Scott 1975 


Pelvin, Tom 1966. '67. '68 


Santa, Jim 1972, '73, '74 


Mattis. Bob 1982 


Myers, Dutch 1918, 19 


Plocki, Dan 1985, '86 '87, '88 


Santacroce. Leonard 1970 


May. Charlie 1929 '31 


Myrtle. Chip 1964. '65. '66 


Pobiak, Ed 194S, '49, '50 


Santy. Tony 1965, '66. '67 


Mayer. George 1904 


Myslmski. Tom 1965. '66. '67 


Polmg. William 1945. '46 


Sappmgton. Earl 1899 


Mayhew. John 1932 


'W" 


PoUock. George (Rosy) 1921. '22. '23 


Saunders. Oswald 1908. '09 


Mayo, Edmund 1903 


Polyanski. Stan 1955 


Saylor. Scott 1986. '87. '88 


McCarthy. John 1936, '37 


Nairn. Roland 1950 


Poniatowski. Hank 1959. '60. '61 


Scarbath. Dick 1958 


McCarthy, Joseph 1944, '45 
McCarthy, Patrick 1943, '46 • 


Nalewak. Ron 1964. '65 


Poppelman. Ray 1930. '31. '32 


Scarbath. Jack 1950. '51. '52 


Nardo. Anthony 1942 


Posy. Gilbert 1909. 10. 11 


Schaefer. Rich 1963. '64 


McCaw, Stewan 1934 


Nardo. Dave 1962. '63 


Posey. Walter 1913. 14. 15. 16. 17 


Schick. Tom 1973. '74, '76 


McDonald, John 1927, '28, '29 


Nash. John 1973. '74. '75 


Pouleur. A L 1902, 03 


Schmaltz, Richard 1974, '76 


McFadden. BiU 1981. '82 


Nash. John 1980. '81. '82 


Powers, Wanen 1985, '86 '87. '88 


Schmitt. Jeff 1983 


McFadden, Earl 1943 


Navanro. Frank 1950. '51. 52 


Prough. Pearse 1892, '93 


Schankweiler. Scon 1983. '84. '85 


McGonnigal, Brett 1988 


Naylor, Ralph 1900, 01, '02 


Psira, Ken 1960 


Schnebley. Robert 1942 


McHale. Tom 1983 


Neal, Tommy 1983. '84. '85. '86 


Pue, Dick 1892, '93 


Schneider. Leroy 1943 



63 



Total Terps — The Letterwinners 


Schoenherr, Charley 1943 


Sothoron. Norwood 1932, '34 


"17" 


Wharton. Al 1954. 55. '56 


Schrecongost, John 1945 


Speer, Talbot 1915 


Ulam, James 1977, '78 


Wharton, Jim 1939, '41 


Schroy. Ken 1972. -12. 74 


Spinelli, Dennis 1986, '87, '88 


Ulam, Pat 1972, '73, '74 


Wharton, Thomas 1893, '94 


Schultz, Eddie 1983, '84 


Springer, Bruce 1965 


Ulman, Bernie 1939, '40, '41 


Whelchel David 1925 


Schultz. Ferdinand 1945 


Stable, Sydney 1909 


Underwood, Eddie 1900 


White, Chades 1911 


Schultz, John 1973, 74, 75 


Staia, Dom 1952 




White, Charles 1975, '76, '77 


Schwartz, Robert 1975 


Staifort, Carl 1933, '34 '35 


"V" 


White, Donald 1962 


Schwartz, Victor 1957, '58, '59 


Stainaker, Wally 1967, '68, '69 


Vanderhout, Greg 1979, '80, '81 


White. F M. 1908 


Schwarz, Edward 1945, ■46, '47, '48 


Staines, Pat 1987 


Van Heusen, Billy 1965. '66. '67 


White. Floyd. 1970. '71 


Schwarz, Kurt 1957, '58, '59 


Stanford. John 1975, '76, '77 


Van Horn. Marlin 1977. '78. '80 


White. Harry 1912 


Scioscia, Karney 1949, '50, '51 


Stankus. Ray 1951, '52 


Van Reenan. Don 1960 


White. Randy 1972. '73. '74 


Scott, George 1976, '77 


Stefl, Tom 1955, '56, '57 


Van Sickler. Gary 1968. '69 


White, Walter 1973, '74 


Scott, Ken 1971, '72, '73 


Sterner. Ted 1959, '70, '71 


Vellano. Paul 1971. '72. '73 


White. Wellstood 1904 


Scott, Sean 1984, '85, '86 '87 


Stem, George 1964, '65 


Venezia. Harry 1980. '81. '82. '83 


Whittle, Tim 1979, '81, '82 


Scott, Vincent 1958, '59, '50 


Stephens, Todd 1981 


Verardi. Gene 1957. '58. '59 


Whittier Scott 1986, '87, '88 


Scotti, Ben 1956, '57, '58 


Steppy, Bill 1957, '58 


Vereb Ed 1953 '54 '55 


Widmyer, Earl 1932. '33, '34 


Scotti, Tony 1958, '59 


Sterling, Rob 1986 


Vesce. John 1973, "74 


Wikander, Gary 1961 


Scriber, Spencer 1980, '82, '83 


Stern, George 1963 


Vierra Ken 1985 


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


Scriber, Stephon 1984, '85, '86 


Stevens, Jimmy 1917 


Vince, Larry 1966, '68 
Vincent, Reginald 1940, '41. '42 


Williamowsky, William 1943 


Seder, Larry 1975. '76, '77 


Stevens. Myron 1925. '26 


Williams, A V 1915, '16 


Seibert, Vernon 1946, '47, '48, '49 


Stewart. Larry 1977. '78. 79 


Vincent. Rufus 1932 


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


Selep, Tom 1954, '56 


Stickel. Lou 1955, '66, '67 


Visaggio. Dave 1972, '73, '74 


Wilhs, Vic 1934, ■35. '36 


Semler, Eddie 1920, '21, '22 


Stoh, Wilbur 1901, 02, 03, 04 


Vucin, Milan 1964, '65 '66 


Wilson, Len 1912 


Senft, Brad 1978, '79, '80 


Stonebraker, Jack 1934, '35 




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


Senior, Jethro 1980 


Stuart, Adam 1946 


"W" 


Wilson. James 1986. '87 


Settino, Joe 1931 
Seymour, Art 1970, '71, '72 


Stubbs, J S 1916, '17, '18 
Stubljar, Mike 1957, '68, '69 


Wagenheim, Phil 1973, '74 
Walker Arnold 19R7 


Wilson, Mark 1980, '81 
Wilson, Roger 1905. '06. '07 


Shaffer, Dick 1939, '40 
Shaffer, James 1976, '77, '78, '79 
Shaffer. Ron 1957, '58, '59 
Shamberger, D F 1898 
Shank, H A 1915 


StuU, James 1967. '69 
Suchy. Bob 1955, '56 
Sukeena, Dick 1961 
Sullivan, Bob 1963, '64. '65 
Sullivan. Jerry 1917. '18. '19. '20 


Walker, Bill 1953, '54, '55 
Walker, Clarence 1894 
Walker, Frank 1900 
Walker, Kevin 1984, '85, '86. '87 
Waller Ron 195? '53 '54 


Wilson. Tim 1974. '75. '76 
Wmgate, Elmer 1947. '48. '49. ^50 
Wingfield, Wayne 1979. ■SO. ■SI. 82 
Winslaw. J L 1903 
Wolfe. Percy 1943 


Shank, Scott 1969, '70, 71 


Sullivan, Sean 1983, '85, '86 


Walsh Mark 1986 '87 *88 


Wolfe, William 1935, ■36. ^37 


Sharkey, Jack 1975 


Suplee, Mitch 1988 


Waltpr lohn 19?0 


Wonderack. Arthur 1926. ^27. 28 


Sharpless, Rod 1973, '74 
Shaughnessy, Emmett 1946 
Shelton, Carl 1970, '71 


Supplee, Bill 1923 '24, '25 
Surgent. Mike 1935. '36. '37 


Walters. Harry 1973, '74 
Walton. Robert 1935. '37 


Wood, William 1930, 32 
Woods, Al 1930. ■31, 32 
Woodward, A N 1910 


Shemonski, Bob 1949, '50, '51 


Swingle, Dan 1984 


Ward. Bob 1948, '49, '50, '51 


Wooters, William 1892, ^93, ^94 


Sherman, Franklin 1896 


Sydnor, Chad 1985, '86, '87, '88 


Ward, Christ 1976, '77. '78 


Worthington Arthur 1892 


Sherman, Henry 1893 


Symons, Thomas '1898, '99 


Ward, Frank 1908, '09 


Wright, Darryl 1984. 85. ■SB. 87 


Shihda, George 1973, '74, '75 
Shiner, Dick 1961, '62, '63 


iitpfi 


Ward, Kevin 1972, '73 
Warfield, Jack 1939 


Wright. Jack 1941. ^42. 46 
Wright. Todd 1979. 81 


Shipley, Burt 1908, '09, '10, '11, 12, '13 


Tamburello, Frank 1954, '55 


Warfield, Joshua 1900, '01 


Wyatt. Keivm 1976. '77. '78. ^79 


Shipley, James 1897, '98 


Tarbutton, Clyde 1914, '15, '16 


Waseleski, Barry 1984 


Wyres. James 1970, '71 


Shipley, Richard 1952, '53, '54 


Targarona, Jack 1949. '50 


Waters, Jean 1954, '55, '56 


Wysocki, Charhe 1978, '79, SO, '81 


Shoals, Roger 1960, '61, '62 


Tate. Darnell 1970 


Waters, John 1924, '25 




Shockey, Don 1940 


Tauszky. Carroll 1907 


Watkins, Ben 1896 


siwrtt 


Shoffler, Karl 1988 


Taylor. David 1981 


Watkins, James 1970, '71 


Yarnell, Dennis 1971 


Shugars, Jeff 1969, '70, '71 


Taylor, Kevin 1982 


Watson, Ken 1976. '77 


Yeager, Charles (Buddy) 1933, '34, '35 


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Terney, Edward 1925, '26 


Watts. Harry 1901. '02. '03 


Yeates, Mike 1975. '76. 77 


Sievers, Eric 1976, '77. '78, '80 


Terry, Richard 1943 


Webb. Thomas 1932, '33 


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Silvester, Edward 1909 


Teslovich, Michael 1943 


Webster, Fletcher 1903 


Young, Walter 1921, '22, '23 


Silvester, Lindsay 1908. 09 


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Terp Won-Loss Log 
with Opponents 



W L T 

Air Force Acad 2 

Alabama 1 2 

Alex High 1 

American Univ 1 

Auburn Univ 1 2 

Bauibridge Tranimg 1 1 

Baltimore City Col 2 

Baltimore Med Col 1 

Baltimore Poly 3 1 

Baylor Uiiiv 1 1 

Bethel Mil Acad 10 

Boston College 110 

Boston Univ 2 

Business High 1 

Carnegie Tech 1 

Catholic Univ 8 1 2 

Central High 6 2 

Charlotte Hall Mil 1 

Chicago Umv 10 

Cincinnati 2 

Clemson Umv 19 16 2 

Clifton Ath Club 1 

Columbia Ath Club A 1 

Cormeaicut 1 

Curtis Bay Coast Guard .010 

Delawjare 3 5 1 

Dinkmson Col 1 

Duke 18 13 

Duquesne Univ 1 



Eastern High 
Episcopal High 
Florida 
Florida State 
Fortress Monroe 
Fredericksburg Col 
Gallaudet 
Georgetown Univ 
Georgetown Prep 
George Washington 

Georgia 

Georgia Tech 

Gibraltar Ath Club 
Gonzaga High 
Greenville (SO AAB 
Guilford Col 
Gunton Tem Bapt Ch 
Hampden Sydney 
Haverford Col 
Houston 
Indiana State 
Indiana Univ 
Johns Hopkins 

Kentucky 

Lakehurst Nav. Air Sta 
Louisiana State Univ 

Louisville 

US Marme Barracks 
Merchant Manne Acad 



W 
4 

6 


2 
9 
6 
1 

10 
3 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
2 


1 




16 11 

3 2 








W L T 

Miami (Fla.) 7 6 

Miami (Ohio) 1 

Michigan 10 

Michigan State 1 4 

Minnesota 10 

Mississippi 1 1 

Mississippi State 10 

Missouri 6 

Mt of St Joseph s Col 2 

Mt St Marys Col 2 2 1 

Mt Washington Club 1 

Navy 5 14 

New York Univ 2 

North Carolina 24 27 1 

N C State 22 19 4 

Ohio Umv 10 

Oklahoma Univ 4 

Old Umv of Md 3 2 1 

Olympia Ath Club 1 

Orient Ath Club 1 

Pennsylvania 14 

Penn State 1 31 

Perm Military 3 1 

Pittsburgh 2 1 

Princeton 2 

Randolph-Macon Col 2 1 

Rich Aimy Au Base 1 

Richmond Utuv 11 5 2 



W 

Rock Hill Col 3 

Rutgers Univ 4 

St Johns Col 18 

South Carolina 17 

SMU 2 

Swarthmore Col 

Syracuse 14 

Tech High 5 

Teimessee 2 

Texas 

Texas A&M 

Third Army Corps 1 

Tulane Umv . 2 

UCLA 1 

Vanderbilt 4 

ViUanova 8 

Viigmia 35 

Virgima Mil. Inst 14 

Virgima Tech 14 

Wake Forest 26 

Walbrook Ath Club 

Washington & Lee 13 

Washmgton Col 18 

West Virginia 13 

Western High 

Western Md 18 

William & Mary 1 

Yale Univ 2 



L 


T 


1 





3 





11 





11 











1 





16 


2 


2 





5 





3 





2 











2 





1 





8 





2 





16 


2 


9 


2 


10 





10 


1 


1 





5 


2 


3 


1 


11 


2 





1 


13 


1 


2 





8 


1 



65 



947 Terp Tilts 



MARYLAND 
AGGIES 

1892 (0-3-0) 

St Johns 50 

Johns Hopkins 62 

Episcopal Hi 16 

1893 (6-0-0) 

36 Eastern Hi 

10 Central Hi 

18 Bait City Col 

6 St Johns Col 

18 W Md Col 10 

16 Orient Ath, Col 6 

1894 (3-3-0) 

52 W Md Col 

12 Wash Col 

6 St Johns 22 

6 Georgetown 4 

Col Ath, CI 26 

Mt St. Marys 24 

1895-No Team 
No Gaines 

1896 (6-2-2) 

Eastern Hi 6 

Gallaudet 

32 Business Hi 

10 Central Hi 6 

18 Alexandria Hi 

20 Bethel Mil Ac 10 
Episcopal Hi 6 

16 West Md 6 

14 Central Hi 
U, of Md 

1897 (2-4-0) 

24 Central Hi 6 

4 Eastern Hi 

Johns Hopkins 30 

4 St Johns 6 
6 Gallaudet 16 
Bait Med Col 10 

1898 (2-5-0) 

5 Columbian U 17 
West Md 32 

36 Eastern Hi 

Gallaudet 33 

Johns Hopkins 16 

Episcopal Hi 37 

27 Rock HiU Coi 

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 11 

15 Georgetown Prep 

21 Gonzaga 

21 Char Hall Ac 

1901 (1-7-0) 

6 Delaware Col 24 

10 Gallaudet Re 11 

Johns Hopkins 6 

6 Rock Hill Col 11 

Central Hi, , 11 

27 US, Marines 
Walk Ath, CI 36 
West Md 30 

1902 (3-5-2) 

Georgetown 27 

5 Mt, St, Josephs 

11 Columbian U 10 

6 Olympia Ath 

Wash. Col , , 

Mt, St. Marys 5 

6 West, Md 26 



U ofMd 5 

Johns Hopkins 17 

Delaware Col 

1903 (7-4-1) 

Georgetown 28 

5 Clifton Ath 

21 Gunton Tem 
St Johns 18 

28 Wash Col 

27 Tech Hi 
Mt St Marys 2 

6 West Md 
11 U OfMd 

Delaware Col 16 

6 Columbian U 

1904 (2-4-2) 

Georgetown 22 

Ran Macon 

Ftress Monroe 

11 Mt St Marys 6 
West. Md 5 

22 Gallaudet . 5 

U of Md 6 

Delavrare Col 18 

1905 (6-4-0) 

20 Bait Poly In 

16 Gallaudet 
West Md 10 
Navy 17 

17 Wm & Mary 

28 Mt St Josephs.. . 
27 St Johns 5 

Wash Col 17 

23 U OfMd 5 
Delaware Col 12 

1906 (5-3-0) 

5 Tech Hi 

22 Bait City Col 

Navy 12 

Georgetown 28 

Mt Wash. 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 

Navy 12 

5 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 11 
Geo Washington 57 

1909 (2-5-0) 

Richmond Col 12 

Johns Hopkins . 9 

Tech High 11 

5 Rock Hill 

George Washington 26 

NC State 31 

14 Gallaudet 12 

1910 (4-3-1) 

12 Central High 

20 Richmond Col 

1 1 Johns Hopkins 11 

21 Catholic U 

1 1 George Washington 

V.M.I 8 

St Johns 6 

3 West. Md 17 



1911 (4-4-2) 







Yale 


31 


5 Tech High 





27 


St Johns , 





Richmond 





13 


Catholic U 





5 Pred'bg Col 





20 


West Md 





Central High 


14 


14 


Johns Hopkins 





3 Johns Hopkins 


6 


14 


Lake NAS 





6 Catholic U 


5 


27 


Rutgers 


13 


St Johns 


27 





VMI 


29 


5 Wash Col 


17 


bl 


West Md 





6 West Md 





13 


Florida 





6 Gallaudet. 


2 





Duke 


42 






27 


Virginia 


12 


1912 (6-1-1) 




39 


W & L 


28 


31 Tech High 


6 








46 Richmond Col 











58 U OfMd 











13 Johns Hopkins 







UNIVERSITY 




St Johns 
13 Gallaudet 


27 
6 




OF MARYLAND 




17 West Md 


7 








13 Penn Mil Col 


13 




1920 (7-2-0) 








64 


Randolph Macon 





1913 (6-3-0) 







Rutgers 


6 


27 Balto City 


10 





Princeton 


35 


45 Richmond Col 





14 


Catholic U 





26 Johns Hopkins 





27 


Wash Col 





46 West Md 





7 


Va Poly,,, 





Navy 


76 


13 


North Carolina . , 





13 St Johns 





10 


Syracuse 


7 


26 Wash Col 





24 


Johns Hopkins 


7 


Gallaudet 


13 








7 Penn Mil Col 


27 




1921 (3-5-1) 








3 


Rutgers 





1914 (5-3-0) 







Syracuse 


42 


Balto Poly 


6 


3 


St Johns 


7 


6 Catholic U 





10 


Va Poly 


7 


13 West Md 


20 


7 


North Carolina 


16 


14 Johns Hopkins 





U 


Yale 


28 


10 St Johns 





16 


Catholic U 





3 Wash Col 








Carnegie Tech , 


21 


Gallaudet 


23 


6 


N. C State 


6 


26 Penn Mil Col 







1922 (4- 5-1) 




1915 (6-3-0) 




7 


Third Army 





31 Balto Poly 








Richmond 





Haverford . 


7 





Pennsylvania 


12 


Catholic U 


16 





Princeton 


26 


10 Gallaudet 


3 


3 


North Carolina 


27 


14 Penn Mil Col 


13 


U 


Va Poly 


21 


27 St Johns 


14 


3 


Yale 


45 


28 Wash Col 


13 


3 


Johns Hopkins . 





51 West Md 





54 


Catholic U 





Johns Hopkins 


3 


7 


N C State 

1923 (7-2-1) 


.6 






53 


Randolph Macon 





MARYLAND 




3 


Pennsylvania 





STATE 




23 

7 


Richmond 
Va Poly 



16 






14 


North Carolina . 





1916 (6-2-0) 




26 


St Johns 





6 Dickinson 





14 


Yale 


16 


7 Navy 


14 


26 


N C State 


12 


15 VMI 


9 


40 


Catholic U 


6 


6 Haverford 


7 


6 


Johns Hopkins 


6 


31 St Johns 


6 








10 NYU 


7 




1924 (3-3-3) 




13 Catholic U 


9 


23 


Wash Col 


. 


54 Johns Hopkins 


■ 


7 


Wash & Lee 


19 






3R 


Richmond . 


n 


1917 (4-3-1) 







Va Poly 


12 


20 Dela Col 





6 


North Carolina 


. 


Navy 


62 





Catholic U 





14 VMI 


14 





Yale . . 


47 


29 Wake Forest 


13 





NC State 





6 N C State 


10 





Johns Hopkins 





13 St Johns 


3 








Penn State . 


57 




1925 (2-5-1) 




7 Johns Hopkins . 





13 


Wash Col 









16 


Rutgers 





1918 (4-1-1) 







Va Poly 


3 


6 American U 


13 





Virginia 


6 


7 VMI 


.. .. 6 





North Carolina 


16 


19 West. Md 





14 


Yale 


43 


6 NewYorkU 


2 


3 


Washington & Lee 


7 


19 St Johns 


14 


7 


Johns Hopkins 


7 


Johns Hopkins 







1926 (5-4-1) 




1919 (5-4-0) 




63 


Wash Col 


....0 


6 Swarthmoie 


...10 





South Carolina 


. 12 


13 Virginia 


... 





Chicago . 


21 


WestVa 


...27 


8 


Va Poly . . 


24 


Va.Poly 


6 


14 


North Carolina 


...6 



66 



947 Terp Tilts 



38 Gallaudet 

15 Yale 

6 Vitgmia 

W a L 

17 Johns Hopkins 

1927 (4-7-0) 

80 Wash Col 

26 South Caioliiia 

6 North Carohna 

13 Va Poly 

10 VMI 

6 W&L 

6 Yale 

Virginia 

20 Vanderbilt 

13 Johns Hopkins 

6 Florida 



.7 

6 
.3 
14 




,0 
,7 
,7 

6 
13 
30 
21 
39 
14 

7 



1928 (6-31) 

31 Wash Col 

19 North Carolina 26 

7 South Carolina 21 



13 West, Md 

VMI 

6 Va Poly 

6 Yale 

18 Virginia 

6 W&L 

26 Johns Hopkins 



1929 (4-4-2) 

34 Wash Col 7 

North Carolina 43 

6 South Carolina 26 

13 Gallaudet 6 

6 VMI 7 

13 Virginia 13 

13 Yale ,13 

24 Va Poly . . , , 

39 Johns Hopkins 6 

West, Md 12 



1930 (7-5-0) 

Wash. Col 

Yale 

North Carolina , 

St, Johns 

VMI 

Virginia 

W&L 

Va Poly 

Navy 

Johns Hopkins 
Vanderbilt 



..6 

40 

28 

13 

,0 

.6 

...7 

..7 

,6 

,0 

22 



West Md 7 

1931 (8-1-1) 

Wash Col -0 

Virginia 6 

Navy 

Kentucky 6 

VMI 20 

VaPoly 

Vanderbilt 39 

W&L 7 

Johns Hopkins 14 

West Md 6 



1932 (5-6-0) 

Wash Co: 

Virginia 

Va Poly 

Duke 





7 

23 

34 

St Johns 7 

VMI 7 

Vanderbilt 13 

Navy 28 

W&L 

Johns Hopkins 

West Md 39 





1933 (3-7-0) 


20 


St Johns 





Va Poly 





Tulane 


13 


VMI 


7 


West Md 





Virginia 


7 


Duke 


27 


Johns Hopkins 





n 




.. 14 


.<»-... 


.. 20 




.. 19 




.. 13 




...6 




.. 38 




...7 



33 W. & L 

Florida 

1934 (7-3-0) 

13 St Johns 

W&L 

13 Navy 

14 Va Poly 

21 Florida 

20 Virginia 

23 VMI 

14 Indiana 

6 Georgetown 

19 Johns Hopkins 

1935 (7-2-2) 

39 St Johns 

7 Va, Poly 

North Carolina 

6 VMI 

20 Florida 

14 Virginia 

7 Indiana 

W&L 

12 Georgetown 

Syracuse 

22 WestMd, . 



13 

19 




7 

16 

9 



.0 



17 





1936 (6-5-0) 

St Johnb 
Va Poly 
North Carolina 

Virginia 

Richmond 

Syracuse 

Florida 

V.MI 

Georgetown 

W&L 

West Md 



..6 

,.0 

33 



.6 

..7 

13 

.0 

..6 



7 






14 
.0 
.0 
..0 
,7 

13 
..7 
..6 

12 



1937 (8-2-0) 

St Johns 
Pennsylvania 
West, Md. . . 

Virginia 

Syracuse , . 

Florida 

VMI 

Penn State 

Georgetown 

W&L 

1938 (2-7-0) 

Richmond 
Penn State 
Syracuse 
West. Md 

Virginia 

VMI 

Florida 

Georgetown 

W&L 




28 




7 
7 
21 
2 




19 
33 
53 
8 
27 
47 
21 
14 
13 



1939 (2-7-0) 

26 Hamp.-Syd 

12 West. Md 

7 Virginia 

12 Rutgers 

Flonda 

Georgetovm 

Penn State 

VMI 

7 Syracuse 

1940 (2-6-1) 

6 Hamp Syd 

Pennsylvama 

6 Virguua 

Florida 

6 West Md 

Georgetown 

VMI 

14 Rutgers 

7 W & L 

1941 (3-5-1) 
18 Hamp -Syd 

6 West. Md. 

Duke 

13 Flonda 




.0 
12 
25 

14 
20 
12 
13 
10 



7 
51 
19 
19 


41 
20 

7 

7 



.0 
.6 
50 
12 



6 Pennsylvania. 

Georgetown . 

Rutgers 

VMI 

6 W & L 



1942 (7 2-0) 

34 Connecticut 

14 Lake NAS 

27 Rutgers 

VMI 

51 West Md 

13 Florida 

Duke 

27 Virginia 

32 W&L 

1943 (4-5-0) 

7 Curtis B CG 

13 Wake Forest 

19 Rich AAB 

2 West Va 

Penn State 

43 Greenv AAB 

Virginia 

Bambridge 

39 V.M.I 

1944 (1-7-1) 

Hamp Syil 

Wake Forest 

6 West Va 

Mich State 

6 Florida 

7 Virginia . 

Mich. State 

19 Penn State 

8 V.M.I 



55 
26 
20 
27 








13 

29 





42 

12 

28 



13 

7 

6 

6 

45 

18 

39 

46 

14 



12 

39 

6 

8 

14 

18 

33 

34 

6 



1945 (6-2-1) 

60 Guilford Col 6 

21 Richmond 

22 Merch MA 6 

13 Va Poly 21 

13 West Va 13 

14 W. &M . . 33 

38 VMI 

19 Virginia 13 

19 South Carolina 13 

1946 (3-6-0) 

54 Bainbridge 

7 Richmond 37 

North Carolma 33 

6 Va Poly 

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 Carolma 13 

43 Delaware 19 

18 Richmond 6 

7 Duke 19 

21 Va, Poly 19 

27 WestVa 7 

32 Duquesne 

North Carolina 19 

20 VanderbUt 6' 

N C, State 

(Gator Bowl. Jan, 1. 1948) 

20 Georgia 20 

1948 (6-4-0) 

19 Richmond 

21 Delaware 

28 Va. Poly 

12 Duke 13 

47 George Washmgton 

27 Miami 13 

19 South Carohna 7 

20 North Carohna 49 

VanderbUt 34 

14 West Virginia 16 



1949 (9-1-0) 

34 VaPoly 7 

33 Georgetovm 7 

7 Mich State 14 



14 N. C. Bute .6 

44 South Carolina 7 

40 George Washington 14 
14 Boston U 13 
47 WestVa 7 
13 Miami .0 

(Gator Bov;l. Jan 1. 1950) 

20 Missouri 7 

1950 (7-2-1) 

7 Georgia 27 

35 Navy . 21 

34 Mich State .7 

25 Georgetown 14 

13 N. estate 16 

26 Duke 14 

23 George Washington 7 

7 North Carolina 7 

41 West Va .0 
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 LSU .0 

35 Missouri 

40 Navy 21 

53 N C State .0 

54 WestVa 7 

(Sugar Bowl. Jan 1. 1952) 

28 Tennessee 13 



13 



1952 (7-2-0) 

Missouri 10 



13 Auburn 7 

28 Clemson 

37 Georgia 

38 Navy 7 

34 LSU .6 

34 BostonU .7 

14 Mississippi 21 

7 Alabama 27 



1953 (10-1-0) 

National Champions 

Co-Champions, ACC 

(3-0-0) 



20 Missouri 

52 W&L 

20 Clemson 

40 Georgia 



.6 
,0 

13 

26 North Carohna 

30 Miami (Fla) 

24 South Carolina 6 

27 George Washington 6 

38 Mississippi 

21 Alabama 

(Orange BowlJan. 1. 1954) 
Oklahoma 7 

1954 (7-2-1) 
(Second ACC, 4-0-1) 

20 Kentucky ...0 

7 UCLA 12 

13 Wake Forest 13 

33 North Carolina 

7 Miami (Fla) .9 

20 South Carohna . 

42 N C State 14 

16 Clemson : 

48 George Washington 6 

74 Missouri 13 

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

(4-0-0) 

13 Missoun 12 

7 UCLA 

20 Baylor 6 

28 Wake Forest 7 

25 North Carohna . .7 

34 Syracuse 13 

27 South Carohna 

13 LSU 

25 Qemson 12 

19 George Washington 

(Orange Bowl Jan. 1. 1956) 

6 Oklahoma 20 



67 



947 Terp Tilts 



1956 (2-7-1) 






1963 (3-7-0) 






1970 (2-9-0) 




1976 (11-1-0) 




(Fourth ACC, 2-2-1) 






(Fifth ACC, 2-5-0) 






(Tie Sixth ACC, 2-4-0) 




Champions ACC 




12 Syracuse 


26 


14 


N C State 


36 


3 


Viilanova 


21 


(5-0-0) 




6 Wake Forest 





13 


South Carolina 


21 


12 


Duke 


13 


31 Richmond 


7 


Baylor 


14 


12 


Duke 


30 


20 


North Carolina 


53 


24 West Virginia 


3 


6 Miami (Fla ) 


13 


7 


North Carolina 


14 


11 


Miami 


18 


42 Syracuse 


28 


6 North Carolina 


34 


21 


Air Force 


14 


7 


Syracuse 


23 


20 Viilanova 


9 


7 Tennessee 


34 


32 


Wake Forest 





21 


South Carolina 


15 


16 N C State 


6 


Kentucky 


14 


15 


Penn State 


17 





N C State 


6 


17 Wake Fore.st . 


15 


6 Clemson 


6 


7 


Navy 


42 


11 


Clemson 


24 


30 Duke 


3 


South Carolina 


13 


6 


Clemson 


21 





Penn State 


34 


24 Kentucky 


14 


25 NC State 


14 


21 


Virginia 


6 


17 


Virginia 


14 


21 Cincinnati 















10 


West Virginia 


20 


20 Clemson 





1957 (5-5-0) 






1964 (5-5-0) 






1971 (2-9-0) 
(Seventh ACC, 1-4-0) 




28 Virginia 





(Tie Third ACC, 4-3-0) 

13 Texas A&M 


21 


3 


(Til" Third ACC, 4-3-0) 

Oklahoma 


13 






(Cotton Bowl Jan 1, 1977) 
21 Houston 


30 


13 N C State 
Duke 
27 Wake Forest 


48 
14 



24 
13 
17 


South Carolina 
N C State 
Duke 


6 
14 
24 


13 
35 
14 


Viilanova 
N. C State 
North Carolina 


28 

7 

35 


1977 (8-4-0) 
(Tie Third ACC, 4-2-0) 




21 North Carolina 

Tennessee 
10 South Carolina 

7 Clemson 
16 Miami (Fla ) 
12 Virginia 


7 

16 

6 

26 

6 

...0 


10 
17 
9 
27 
34 
10 


North Carohna 
Wake Forest 
Penn State 
Navy 
Clemson. 
Virginia , , , 


9 

21 

17 

22 






14 
13 
6 
23 
38 
27 
14 


Wake Forest 

Syracuse 

South Carolina 

Florida 

V Ml 

Penn State 

Clemson 


18 
21 
35 
27 

63 
20 


21 Clemson 
16 West Virginia 
9 Penn State 
20 N. C, State 
24 Syracuse 
35 Wake Forest 
31 Duke 


14 
24 
27 
24 
10 
7 
13 


1958 (4-6-0) 






1965 (4-6-0) 




27 


Virginia 


29 


7 North Carolina 
19 Viilanova 


16 
13 


(Fifth ACC, 3-3-0) 






(Tie Fifth ACC, 3-3-0) 






1972 (5-5-1) 




27 Richmond 


24 


Wake Foiest 


34 


24 


OhioU 


7 




(Third ACC, 3-2-1) 




28 Virginia 





21 N C State 


6 


7 


Syracuse 


24 


24 


N C State 


24 


(Hall of Fame Bowl Dec 22, 1977) | 


Clemson 


8 


10 


Wake Forest 


7 


26 


North Carolina 


31 


17 Minnesota 


7 


10 Texas A&M 


14 


10 


North Carohna 


12 


28 
12 


VMI 

Syracuse 
Wake Forest 


16 
16 






North Carolina 


27 


7 


N C State 


29 


1978 (9-3-0) 




7 Auburn 


20 


27 


South Carohna 


14 


23 





(Second ACC, 5-1-0) 




10 South Carohna 


6 


7 


Navy 


19 


37 


Viilanova 


7 


31 Tulane 


7 


14 Navy 


40 


6 


Clemson 





14 


Duke 


20 


24 Louisville 


17 


26 Miami (Fla ) 


14 


27 


Virginia 


33 


24 


Virginia 


23 


21 North Carolina 


20 


44 Virginia 


6 


7 


Penn State 


19 


16 


Penn State 


46 


20 Kentucky 


3 


1959 (5-5-0) 






1966 (4-6-0) 




31 
8 


Clemson 
Miami (Fla ) 


6 
28 


31 N C State 
34 Syracuse 


7 
9 


(Third ACC, 4-2-0) 

27 West Va 


7 


7 
34 


(Tie Third ACC, 3-3-0) 

Penn Stale 
Wake Forest 


15 
7 




1973 (8-4-0) 




39 Wake Forest. . , , 
27 Duke 






C Texas 


26 




(Second ACC, 5-1-0) 




3 Penn State 


27 


Syracuse 


29 


7 


Syracuse 
Duke 


34 


13 


West Virginia 


20 


17 Virginia 


7 


7 Wake Forest 


10 


21 


19 


23 


North Carolina 


3 


24 Clemson 


28 


14 North Carolina 


7 


28 


West Va 


9 


31 


Viilanova 


3 


(Sun Bowl Dec 23, 1978) 




6 South Carolina 


22 


14 


South Carolina 


2 


38 


Syracuse 





Texas 


42 


14 Navy 
28 Clemson 
55 Virginia 
33 N. C. State , 


22 
25 
12 
28 


21 
10 
17 
21 


N C State 
Clemson 
Virginia 
Florida State 


24 
14 
41 
45 


22 
37 
30 
22 
33 


N C State 
Wake Forest 
Duke 

Penn State 
Virginia 


24 



10 

42 




1979 (7-4-0) 
(Tie Second ACC, 4-2-0) 

24 Viilanova 
19 Clemson 


20 



1960 (6-4-0) 
(Third ACC, 5-2-0) 

31 West Va 


8 




1967 (0-9-0) 
(Eighth ACC, 0-6-0) 




28 
42 


Clemson 
Tulane 
(Peach Bowl Dec 28, 1973) 


13 
9 


35 Mississippi State 
7 Kentucky 
7 Penn State 


14 
14 
27 


Texas 
7 Duke 


34 
20 



3 


Oklahoma 
Syracuse 


35 
7 


16 


Georgia 


17 


N C State 
17 Wake Forest 


7 
25 


10 N C State 


13 


9 


N C State 


31 




1974 (8-4-0) 




27 Duke 





19 Clemson 

14 Wake Forest 

15 South Carolina 
9 Penn State 

22 North Carolina 
44 Virginia 


17 
13 

28 
19 
12 




3 
7 
17 
7 


North Carolina 
South Carolina 
Penn State 
Clemson 
Wake Forest 
Virginia 


14 
31 
38 
28 
35 
12 


16 
10 
24 
31 


Champions ACC 
(6-0-0) 

Alabama 

Florida 

North Carolina 
Syracuse 


21 

17 

12 




17 North Carolina 
28 Louisville 
17 Virginia 

1980 (8-40) 
(Second ACC, 51-0) 

7 Viilanova 


14 
7 
7 

3 


1961 (7-3-0) 






1968 (2-8-0) 




41 

47 


Clemson 
Wake Forest 






31 Vanderbilt 
14 West Virginia 
3 North Carolina 


6 

11 


(Third ACC, 3-3-0) 






(Seventh ACC, 2-5-0) 




20 


N C State 


10 


17 


14 SMU 


6 


14 


Floiida St 


24 


17 


Penn State 


24 


9 Pittsburgh 


38 


24 Clemson 


,21 


14 


Syracuse 


32 


41 


Viilanova 





10 Penn State 


24 


22 Syracuse 


21 


28 


Duke 


30 


56 


Duke 


13 


11 Wake Forest 


10 


8 North Carolina 


14 


33 


North Carolina 


, 24 


10 


Virginia 


,0 


17 Duke 


14 


21 Air Force 





21 


South Carolina 


. 19 




(Libeny Bowl. Dec, 16, 1974) 




24 N C State 





10 South Carolina 


20 


11 


N C State 


. 31 


3 


Tennessee 


7 


34 Clemson 


7 


21 Penn State 


. 17 

7 


14 



Wake Forest 
Clemson 


38 
16 




1975 (9-2-1) 




31 Virginia 

(Tangerine Bowl Dec 20. 1980) 





10 N C State 


10 Wake Forest 


7 


13 


Penn State 


57 




Champions ACC 




20 Florida 


35 


16 Virginia 


28 


23 


Virginia 


28 


41 


(5-0-0) 

Viilanova 





1981 (4-6-1) 




1962 (6-4-0) 






1969 (3-7-0) 




8 


Tennessee 


26 


(Third ACC, 4-2-0) 




(Third ACC, 5-2-0) 






(Tie Third ACC, 3-30) 




34 


North Carolina 


, ,7 


17 Vandeibilt 


23 


7 SMU 





7 


West Virginia 

N C State 


31 


10 


Kentucky 


. 10 


13 West Virginia 


17 


13 Wake Forest 


2 


7 


24 


24 


Syracuse ■ 


...7 


34 N C State 


9 


14 N C State , 


6 


19 


Wake Forest 


14 


37 


N C State 


22 


17 Syracuse 


17 


31 North Carolina 


13 


9 


Syracuse 


20 


27 


Wake Forest 





10 Florida 


15 


24 Miami 


. 28 


20 


Duke 


7 


13 


Penn State 


15 


45 Wake Forest 


33 


13 South Carolina 


. 11 
. 23 






South Carolina 
Clemson 


17 
40 


21 
22 


Cincinnati 

Clemson 


19 
20 


24 Duke 

10 North Carolina 


21 

17 


7 Penn State 


7 Duke 


. 10 


21 


Miami (Ohio) 


34 


62 


Virginia 


24 


7 Tulane 


14 


14 Clemson 


. 17 





Penn State 


48 




(Gator Bowl Dec 29. 1975) 




7 Clemson 


21 


40 Virginia 


18 


17 


Virginia 


14 


13 


Florida 


,0 


48 Virgmia 


7 



68 



947 Terp TUts 



1982 (8-4-0) 
(Second ACC, 5-1-0) 

PlMlIl Sl.ltr 

West Vircjiiiiii 
N C State 
Syracuse 
Indiana State 
Wake Foiesi 
Duke 

Notih Caiolui.i 
Miami (Fin i 
ClemsoM 
Virginia 

(Aloha Bowl Dec 25. 1982) 
Washinciton . . . 



39 

19 

6 

3 



31 

22 

24 

17 

24 

14 

21 



1983 (8 40) 

Champions ACC 

(5-00) 

21 Vanderbilt 14 

21 West Virginia 31 

13 Pittsburgh 7 

23 Virginia 3 

34 Syracuse 31 

36 Wake Forest 33 

38 Duke 3 

28 North Carolina . . 26 
23 Auburn 35 
27 Clemson 52 

29 NC State 6 

(Florida Citrus Bowl Dec. 17, 1983) 

23 Tennessee 30 



1984 (9-3-0) 

Champions ACC 

(6-0-0) 

7 Syiacuso , 23 

14 Vanderbilt 23 

20 West Virginia 17 

38 Wake Forest 17 

24 Penn Stale 25 

44 N C State 21 
43 Duke 7 
34 North Carolina 23 
42 Miami (Fla ) 40 
41 Clemson , 23 

45 Virginia 34 

(Sun Bowl Dec 22, 1984) 

28 Tenness.'.- 27 





1985 (9-3-0) 






Champions ACC 






(6-0-0) 




18 


Penn State 


20 


31 


Boston Colleqo 


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 




?1 




(CherryBowl. Dec 21. 1985) 




35 


Syracuse 


18 



1986 (5-5-1) 
(Fifth ACC, 2-3-1) 

10 Pittsbuifih .7 
35 Vanderbilt 21 

24 West Virginia ,3 

16 NO State 28 

25 Boston College 30 
21 Wake Forest 27 

27 Duke 19 

30 North Carolina 32 

15 Penn State 17 

17 Clemson 17 
42 Viigmia 10 

1987 (4-7-0) 
(Fifth ACC, 3-30) 

1 1 Syracuse 25 
21 Virginia 19 
25 West Virginia 20 
14 N C State 42 

16 Miami (Fla.) 46 
14 Wake Forest ,0 

23 Duke 22 

14 North Carolina 27 

16 Penn State 21 

16 Clemson 45 

24 Vanderbilt 34 



1988 (5-6-0) 
(Tie Fourth ACC, 4-3-0) 

27 Louisvi,,. 16 

24 West Virginia 55 

30 North Carolina State 26 

9 Syracuse 20 

13 Georgia Tech 8 

24 Wake Forest 27 
34 Duke 24 
41 North Carolina 38 
10 Penn State 17 

25 Clemson 49 
23 Virginia 24 




Terp Won-Loss Log, Coaches Records 



Terp Won-Loss Log, Coaches Records 



Year 

1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 

1906 
1907 

1908 
1909 

1910 
1911 

1912 
1913 
1914 
1915 
1916 
1917 
1918 



Head Coach 

*W W, Skinner 
*S, H, Harding 
*J- G- Bannon 
No Team 
•GrenviUe Lewis 
'John LiUibridge 
•J F Kenly 
*S. M. Cooke 
F. H. Peters 
•E, B Dunbar 
D John Markey 
D, John Makey 
D John Markey 
D John Markey 



Fred Nielsen 
C G Church & 
C Mehck 
Bill Lang 
Barney Cooper & 
E Larkin 

Alston 

Donnelly & 

C Byrd 

C Byrd 



R 

C 

H 

H 

H C Byrd 

H C Byrd 



H C 
H C 



Byrd 
Byrd 



H C Byrd 
H C Byrd 



w 


L 


T 





3 





6 








3 


3 





6 


2 


2 


2 


4 





2 


5 





1 


4 





3 


4 


1 


1 


7 





3 


5 


2 


7 


4 





2 


4 


2 


6 


4 





(18-17-4) 1 


5 


3 





3 


6 





3 


8 





2 


5 





4 


3 


1 


4 


4 


2 


6 


1 


1 


6 


3 





5 


3 





6 


3 





6 


2 





4 


3 


1 


4 


1 


1 



1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 
1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 
1934 

1935 
1936 
1937 

1938 
1939 

1940 

1941 
1942 

1943 
1944 



H. C, 



Byrd 
Byrd 
Byrd 
Byrd 
Byrd 
Byrd 
Byrd 
Byrd 
Byrd 
Byrd 



H. C. Byrd 



Byrd 
Byrd 
Byrd 
Byrd 
Byrd 



Jack Faber 
Jack Faber 
Jack Faber 

Frank M Dobson 
Frank M- Dobson 

Jack Faber, 
Al Heagy 
Al Woods 
Clark 
Shaughnessy 
Clarence Spears 
Clarence Spears 



5 4 


7 2 


3 5 1 


4 5 1 


7 2 1 


3 3 3 


2 5 1 


5 4 1 


4 7 


6 3 1 


4 4 2 


7 5 


8 1 1 


5 6 


3 7 


7 3 


(117-82-15) 


7 2 2 


6 5 


8 2 


(21-9-0) 


2 7 


2 7 


(4-14-0) 


2 6 1 


3 5 1 


7 2 


4 5 


1 7 1 


(5-12-0) 



1945 
1946 



1947 
1948 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 

1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 

1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 

1966 
1967 



Paul 'Bear" 
Bryant 

Clark 
Shaughnessy 

Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 

Tommy Mont 
Tommy Mont 
Tommy Mont 
Tommy Mont 
Tommy Mont 
Tommy Mont 

Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 

Lou Saban 
Lou Saban 



6 2 1 


3 6 


(10-8-0) 


7 2 2 


6 4 


9 1 


7 2 1 


10 


7 2 


10 1 


7 2 1 


10 1 


(75-15-4) 


2 7 1 


5 5 


4 6 


5 5 


6 4 


7 3 


(28-31-1) 


6 4 


3 7 


5 5 


4 6 


(36-34-0) 


4 6 


9 


(4-15-0) 



1968 
1969 

1970 
1971 

1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 

1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 

1987 
1988 



Bob Ward 
Bob Ward 

Roy Lester 
Roy Lester 



Jerry 
Jerry 
Jerry 
Jerry 
Jerry 
Jerry 
Jerry 
Jerry 
Jerry 
Jerry 



Claiborne 
Claiborne 
Claiborne 
Claiborne 
Claiborne 
Claiborne 
Claiborne 
Claiborne 
Claiborne 
Claiborne 



2 8 

3 7 
(5-15-0) 

2 9 
2 9 
(4-18-0) 
5 5 1 
8 4 
8 4 
2 
1 

8 4 

9 3 

7 4 

8 4 

4 6 
(72-37-3) 



9 
11 



Bobby Ross 
Bobby Ross 
Bobby Ross 
Bobby Ross 
Bobby Ross 

Joe Krivak 
Joe Krivak 



(39-19-1) 

4 7 

5 6 
(9-13-0) 



96 Year Totals 489 41840 

'Teams Coached by Captains 




There was a lot of ACC hoopla in 1988-the Terps went to the 10th weekend of the season as one of the two teams with one loss. 



70 



Team Terp Recordholders 


SINGLE GAME 


Fewest Yards Gained Passing 




vs. Michigan State. 1944 


SCORING 


vs. Vanderbilt. 1948 


Highest Score 


vs. Missouri. 1951 


Maryland 80 - Washington College 0. 1927 


Most Passes Attempted 


Most Total Points Scored By Both Teams 


54 vs. North Carolina St., 1986 (27 completions for 300 yards) 


90 Ml 1971, Maiyland 27 Pemi State 63 


Most Passes Completed 


Largest Victory Margin 


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


80-0 vs Washnigton College. 1927 


27 vs North Carolina St , 1986 (54 attempts for 300 yards) 


Largest Defeat Margin 


Fewest Passes Completed 


0-76 vs. Navy, 1913 


vs. Michigan State. 1944 (1 attempt) 


Most Touchdowns Scored 


vs. Vanderbilt, 1948 (12 attempts) 


12 vs Washington College. 1927 


vs. Missouri, 1951 (3 attempts) 


Most Points-After-Touchdovtfn Scored 


Fewest Passes Attempted 


8 vs. Washington College, 1927 
8 vs. Missouri. 1954 


1 vs. Michigan Stale. 1944 
1 vs. Wake Forest, 1969 


8 vs. Duke. 1974 


Best Completion Percentage (Minimum, 10 attempts) 


8 vs. Virginia. 1975 


.824 vs. Tulane. 1973 (14 completions. 17 attempts) 


Most Field Goals Scored 


Most First Downs Passing 


5 vs. Mississippi State. 1979 


18 vs. Penn State, 1971 


Most Touchdowns Scored Passing 


Fewest First Downs Passing 


5 vs ViUanova. 1975 (4 by Mark Manges. 1 by Larry Dick) 


- 13 times, last vs. Wake Forest, 1969 


Most Touchdowns Scored Passing By Opponents 


Most Passes Attempted By Opponents 


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


67 by Wake Forest, 1981 (completed 47) 


4 by Virginia. 1965 (by Bob Davis) 


Fewest Passes Completed By Opponents 


4 by Florida. 1971 (by John Reaves) 


by Syracuse. 1939 (5 attempts) 


4 by Penn State. 1982 (by Todd Blackledge) 


by Michigan State, 1944 (0 attempts) 


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


by Delaware, 1948 (3 attempts) 


Most Safeties Scored 


by Boston University, 1952 (6 attempts) 


2 vs. Delaware, 1974 


by Kentucky, 1956 (3 attempts) 


2 vs. Georgetown. 1950 


Fewest Yards Gained Passing By Opponents 


2 vs. ViUanova, 1974 


Minus 1 by Clemson, 1956 


TOTAL OFFENSE 


PUNTING 




Most Punts 


Most Total Yards Gained 


14 vs.Virgima. 1937 

14 vs. Western Maryland, 1940 


802 vs Virginia, 1975 (582 rushing. 220 passing) 


Fewest Total Yards Gained 


Fewest Punts 


29 vs Syracuse, 1959 






vs. Virginia, 1975 


Most Total Plays 


Most Total Yards Punting 


93 vs. North Carohna State. 1973 






510 vs. Syracuse. 1936 (10 punts) 


RUSHING 


Best Punting Average 


Most Total Yards Gained Rushing 


51 7 yards vs Washington and Lee, 1951 (155 yards, 3 punts) 


582 vs Virginia, 1975 (67 carries) 


FIRST DOWNS 


Fewest Net Yards Gained Rushing 


Most Total First Downs 


Minus 58 vs Navy. 1965 


35 vs. Virginia. 1975 


Most Rushes 


35 vs. Clemson, 1984 


76 vs Miami. 1958 


Fewest Total First Downs 


Fewest Rushes 


1 vs. Michigan State, 1944 


24 vs North Carolina State. 1965 


Fewest Total First Downs By Opponent 


Best Average Per Rush 


1 by Wake Forest, 1973 (passing) 


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


INTERCEPTIONS 


Fewest Net Yards Gained Rushing By Opponents 


Most Passes Had Intecepted 


Minus 21 by West Virginia. 1951 


6 by Pennsylvania, 1941 


Minus 21 by UCLA. 1955 


Most Passes Intercepted 


Most First Downs Rushing 


7 vs Georgia, 1951 


28 vs.Virgima. 1975 




Fewest First Downs Rushing By Opponent 


PENALTIES 


by Wake Forest. 1973: by Virginia, 1980 


Most Penalties 


Fewest First Downs Rushing 


18 vs. Virginia Tech. 1950 


1 vs. Michigan State. 1944 


Most Yards Penalized 


1 vs. Syracuse. 1959 


147 vs. Duke. 1982 




Fewest Penalties 


PASSING 


vs. Duke. 1941 


Most Yards Gained Passing 


Most Penalties By Opponents 


367 vs North Carolina, 1986 (18/29) 


15 by Miami. 1957 



71 



1 Team Terp Recordholders 


Most Yards Opponents Penalized 


PASSING 


136 by Penn State, 1982 


Most Yards Gained Passing 


Fewest Penalties By Opponents 


2,728 m 1986 


by Western Maryland, 1937 


Most Passes Attempted 


by Western Maryland, 1939 


399 in 1987 (old mark, 355 m 1985, 11 games) 


by Florida, 1939 


Most Passes Completed 


by Washington and Lee, 1941 


228 m 1987 (old mark, 197, in 1984, 11 games) 


by William and Mary, 1945 




by South Carolina, 1953 


Best Passing Percentage 

,618 in 1984,11 games (189 of 306) 


FUMBLES 


.593 in 11 games, 1973 (118 of 199) 


Most Fumbles 


Most Yards Gained Passing By Opponents 


8 vs Georgia, 1952 (lost 2) 


2,915 m 1981 


Most Fumbles Lost 


Fewest Yards Gained Passing By Opponents 


6 vs North Carolina, 1947 


731 in 10 games, 1957 (Note early records incomplete) 


Most Fumbles By Opponents 


Best Passing Percentage By Opponents 


8 by South Carolina, 1947 


611 in 1988(204/334) 


8 by Mississippi, 1953 


PUNTING 


Most Opponents' Fumbles Recovered 


Most Punts 


5 vs. Missouri m Gator Bowl, Jan 1, 1950 


5 vs. West Virginia, 1950 


84 in 11 games, 1979 


5 vs North Carolina, 1960 


Most Yards All Punts 




2,832 in 10 games, 1969 (73 punts), 3,180 in 11 games, 1970 


COMEBACKS 


Best Punting Average 


NCAA: Most Points Coming From Behind To Win 


42.6 in 1974 (54 punts) 


Terps trailed Miami (Fla,), 31-0, at halftime, came back to win, 
42-40- 


Most Punts By Opponents 


94 in 11 games. 1979 


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




game 


FIRST DOWNS 


Called the GREATEST COMEBACK IN NCAA HISTORY 


Most First Downs By Opponents 


SEASON 


254 m 1988, 11 games (old mark, 242 in 1986, 11 games) 


Most Total First Downs 


SCORING 


256 m 1984 (141 rushing - 112 passing - 3 penalty) 


Most Points Scored 


INTERCEPTIONS 


353 in 9 regular season games, 1951 


Most Pass Interceptions 


353 m 11 regular season games, 1982 


34 in 9 games, 1951 


Fewest Points Scored (Full Season) 


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


39 in 9 games, 1940 


Sugar Bowl, Jan 1, 1952 


Most Points Scored By Opponents 


Most Pass Interceptions By Opponents 


304 in 11 games, 1988 


23 m 10 games, 1948 


Fewest Points Scored By Opponents 




31 m 10 regular season games, 1953 


PENALTIES 


Most Touchdowns Scored 


Most Penalties 


52 in 9 regular season games, 1951 


88 in 11 games, 1982 




88 in 11 games, 1985 


Most Field Goals Scored 




17 in 1979 


Most Yardage Lost By Penalties 


17 in 1984 


851 in 11 games, 1982 


17 in 1988 


FUMBLES 


Most Points After Touchdown Scored (Kicking) 


Most Fumbles 


39 m 11 regular season games, 1982 


44 m 10 games, 1950 (Lost 22) 


Most Points After Touchdown Scoring (All Points) 


Most Opponents' Fumbles 


45 (39 Kicking, 6 Passing) in 11 regular season games, 1982 


40 in 10 games, 1960 (Maryland recovered 19) 


TOTAL OFFENSE 


40 in 11 games, 1971 (Maryland recovered 22) 


Most Yards Gained Rushing and Passing 


Fewest Fumbles 

13 m 11 games, 1988 (Lost 7) 


4,910 in 1984 (2,308 rushing, 2,602 passing) 


Most Yards Gained Rushing and Passing By Opponents 


VICTORIES 


4,192 in 10 games, 1968 (2,272 rushing, 1,920 passing) 


Best Season 


Fewest Yards Gained Rushing and Passing By Opponents 


1976 Won 11 Lost 0, during regular season, lost to Houston 30-21 in 


1,691 in 10 games, 1955 (761 yards rushing, 930 passing) 


Cotton Bowl for 11-1 


RUSHING 


Worst Season 




1967 Won Lost 9 


Most Yards Gained Rushing 




2,921 m 9 regular season games, 1951 


ATTENDANCE 


Most Rushing Plays 


Average Attendance Per Home Game 


654 in 1976 (2,874 yards) 


46,403 m 1983 foi 6 games (old mark 45,657 in 1975) 


Most Yards Gained Rushing By Opponents 


Average Attendance All Games 


2,371 in 9 games, 1967 


48,225 in 1983 for 11 games (old mark 44,636, 12 games 1976) 



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Indivldiial Terp Recordholders 



SINGLE GAME 

SCORING 

Mosl Points Scoreii 

31 by Bob Shemonski vs. Virginia Tech, 1950 (5 Tds, 1 PAT) 
Most Touchdowns Scored 

5 by Bol) ShoiiiDiiski vs. Virginia Tech, 1950 
Most Points-After-Touchdown Scored 
8 by Slevo Mike-Meyei vs. Duke. 1974 
8 by Mike Sochko vs. Virginia, 1975 
Most Touchdown Passes Caught 

3 by James Milling vs. North Carolina. 1986 
2 by 18 players 

Most Touchdowns Responsibility (Run and Pass) 
5 by Bob Shemonski vs Viigmia Tech. 1950 
Most Field Goals Scored 
5 by Dale Castio vs, Mississippi State, 1979 

TOTAL OFFENSE 

Most Net Yards Gained Rushing and Passing 

368 by Stan Gelbaugh vs Clenison, 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) 

RUSHING 

Most Yards Gained Rushing (Net) 

240 by Willie Joyner vs Noith 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 Clenison. 1978 

Longest Non-Scoring Run From Scrimmage 

76 yards by Haiiy Bonk vs Noith Caiohna, 1949 

Most Rushes In a Half 

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

PASSING-RECEIVING 

Most Yards Gained Passing 

367 by Dan Henmng vs North Carohna (18/29), 1986 

Most Passes Attempted 

54 by Dan HennuKj vs North Caiolina Stale, (completed 27) 1986 

Most Passes Completed 

27 by Dan Henmng vs. North Carohna State, (attempted 54) 1986 

Best Completion Percentage 

(Minimum. 10 attempts) 

.909 by Bob Avellim vs Duke, 1974 (10 of II) 

Most Touchdown Passes Thrown 

4 by Mark Manges vs. Villanova, 1975 
Most Passes Caught 

11 by John Tice v.s Clenison. 1982 
Most Yards Gained By Pass Receptions 
220 by James Milhiui vs Noitli Carolina, 1986 (5 catches) 
Longest Scoring Pass and Run 

92 yards by Stan Lavine to Ed Bolton vs South Carolina, 1949 
(pass 15 yards, run 77 yards) 



Longest Scoring Run After Pass 

77 yards by Ed Bolton on pass from Stan Lavine vs. South Carohna, 
1949 (pass 15 yards) 

Longest Non-Scoring Pass and Run 

73 yards by Tommy Mont to Hubie Werner vs. Lakehurst, 1942 (pass 
32 yards, run 41 yards) 

73 yards by Neil ODonnell to Ferrell Edmunds vs. North Carolina, 
1987 (pass 10, run 63 yards) 

TOP RUSHING PERFORMANCES 

240 by Wilhf juynei vs iMoilii Caioima I 16) 1982 
237 by George Scott vs Villanova (42) 1977 
222 by Chadie Wysocki vs Louisville (43) 1979 
217 by Rick Badanjek vs Virginia (17) 1984 
217 by Chai he, Wysocki vs Duke (50) 1980 
215 by Steve Atkins vs Syracuse (29) 1976 
214 by Alvin Blount vs Clemson (29) 1984 
213 by Louis Carter vs Virginia (29) 1974 
202 by Charlie Wysocki vs Virginia (33) 1979 
197 by Steve Atkins vs Clemson (28) 1978 
193 by Ray Poppleman vs Western Maryland (24) 1931 
186 by Alvin Blount vs Virginia (26) 1985 
180 by Louis Carter vs N.C. State (35) 1974 
178 by Charlie Wysocki vs Clemson (32) 1979 
Longest Non-Scoring Run After Pass 

63 yards by Ferrell Edmunds vs. North Carolina. 1987, on 10 yard 
pass from Neil O'Donnell 

Longest Scoring Pass 

40 yards by Dick Novak to Jim Davidson vs. West Virginia. 1959 

Longest Non-Scoring Pass 

50 yards by Alan Pastiana to Ralph Donofrio vs. Wake Forest, 1966 

Most Passes Had Intercepted 

4 by Dick Shiner vs. Navy, 1963 

4 by Alan Pastrana vs. Clemson, 1966 

4 by Larry Dick vs. North Carolina. 1977 

Most Passes Intercepted 

4 by Lendell Jones vs Duke. 1982 

Most Yards Gained On Interception Runbacks 

111 yards by Dick Lewis vs North Caiolma State, 1956 

Longest Scoring Run of Intercepted Pass 

100 yards by Joe Horning vs. Missouri, 1951 (105 actual) 

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

100 yards by Tom Brown vs. Virgma, 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 

PUNTING 

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 Fntsch vs. Miami. 1956 
Afote. Vinz" Brooke Brewer had a 93-yaTd punt vs. VMI. 1916 but 
records are incomplete. Kick may have been measured from point 
ol kick, not from line of scrimmage. 

Longest Punt With Roll By Opponent 

84 yards by Charlie Justice of Nonh Carohna. 1948 



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Individual Terp Recordholders 



PUNT RETURNS 

Most Punts Returned 

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

Most Yards Gained Returning Punts 

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

Longest Punt Return For Touchdown 

90 yards by Dick Nolan vs. Clemson. 1953 

Longest Punt Return For Touchdown By Opponent 

100 yards by Frank Brady of Navy, 1951 

Longest Non-Scoring Punt Return 

67 yards by John McVicker vs- Syracuse, 1956 

KICKOFF RETURNS 

Most Kickoffs Returned 

7 by Bren Lowery vs W VA 1988 (143 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 

KICKING 

Longest Field Goal 

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

OTHERS 

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 




Lou Gambino: his 19 TDs scored m 1947 is still number one. 



SEASON 

SCORING 

Most Points Scored, Regular Season 

102 by Rick Badanjek, 1984 (11 games) 

Most Points Scored, One Season Including Bowl Games 

114 by Lou Gambino (96 in 1947 season plus 3 TDs m 1948 Gator 

Bowl) 
114 by Rick Badanjek (102 in 1984 season plus 2 TDs in 1984 Sun 

Bowl) 
Most Points Scored By Freshman 

56 by Rick Badanjek, 1982 (9 touchdowns and conversion pass) 
Most Touchdowns Scored Regular Season 
16 by Lou Gambino, 1947 (10 games) 
16 by Bob Shemonski, 1950 (10 games) 
16 by Ed Vereb, 1955 (10 games) 

16 by Rick Badanjek, 1984 (11 games) 

Most Touchdowns Scored One Season, Including Bowl Games 

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

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

Most Points-After-Touchdowns Scored 

39 by Jess Atkinson, 1982 

Most Touchdown Passes Caught 

8 by Dan Bungori, 1971 mil games 

Most Touchdowns Responsibility (Run and Pass) 

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

Most Field Goals 

17 by Dale Castro, 1979 
17 by Jess Atkinson, 1984 

17 by Dan Plocki, 1988 

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) 

2,681 by Dan Henning, 1986 
Most Total Plays 

418 by Dan Henning, 1986 

RUSHING 

Mcst Net Yards Rushing, Regular Season 

1,359 by Charlie Wysocki, 1980 
Most Rushes 

334 by Chadie 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 

2,725 by Dan Henning, 1986 

Most Passes Attempted 

353 by Dan Henning, 1986 

Most Passes Completed 

196 by Dan Henning, 1986 

Best Completion Percentage 

.6396 by Neil ODonnell, 1987 (71 of 111) 

.6391 by Frank Reich, 1984 (108 of 169) 

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) 



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Individual Terp Recoidiiolders 


Most Yards Gained on Pass Receptions 


TACKLES 


820 by Greg Hill, 1984 (51 receptions. 1 1 games) 


Most Tackles 


675 by "Ziz" Alxiui Raoof. 1985, (35 receptions, 11 games) 


48b by Eric Wilson, 1981-84 


Most Passes Had Intercepted 


467 by Chuck Faucetle, 1983-86 


16 by Dick Sinner in 10 games. 1962 


CAREER 


Best Completion Percentage 




.640 by Neil O'Donnell, 1987, (71 of 111) 


SCORING 


Most Touchdown Passes Thrown, Regular Season 


Most Points Scored Regular Season 


42 by "Booinei" Esiason, 1981-83 


308 KICKING by Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 (128 PAT- 60 FG) 


Most Passes Intercepted 


286 RUN & PASS by Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 (46 TDs 


17 by Tom Biowii. 30 riames, 1960-62 


5 conversions) 


Most Conversion Passes Thrown 


Most Touchdowns Scored, All Games 


7 by "Boomer" Esiason, 1981-83 


46 by Rick Badanjek. 1982-84 (46 rushing - 2 pass receiving) 




Most Points-After-Touchdown Scored 


INTERCEPTIONS 


128 by Jess Atkinson. 1981-84 (131 attempts) 


Most Passes Intercepted 


Most Touchdown Passes Caught 


10 by Bob Sullivan in 10 games, 1965 (led nation) 


18 by Greg Hill. 1982-84 


Most Yards Returning Intercepted Passes 


Most Touchdowns Responsibility, Run and Pass 


147 by Joe Homing, 1951 (6 interceptions in 9 games) 


46 by "Boomer" Esiason. 1981-83 




46 by Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 


RECEIVING 


Most Field Goals 


Most Passes Caught, Regular Season 


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


108 by Azizucldm Abdur-Rnoof, 1984-87 






Most Consecutive Field Goals 


Most Consecutive Games Catching a Pass 


16 by Dale Castro, 1979 (NCAA record) 


25 by Azizduddm Abdur-Raoof. 1984-86 


Most Consecutive Points After Touchdown Kicked 


Most Yards By Pass Receptions 


93 by Jess Atkinson. 1981-84 


1,721 by Greg Hill, 1982-84 (97 receptions) 




1,408 by Russell Davis, (82) 1981-83 


TOTAL OFFENSE 




Most Net Yards Gained Rushing and Passing 


PWVTTJVG 


6.081 by "Boomer" Esiason. 1981-83 


Most Punts 


Most Total Plays, Rushing and Passing 


83 by Dale Castro. 1979 


1,006 by "Boomer" Esiason, 1981-83 


Best Punting Average 

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


RUSHING 


punts in 1956 Orange Bowl for an 11-game average of 41.2, 19 


Most Net Yards Gained Rushing 


punts. 


3,317 by Charlre Wysocki 1978-81 (39 games) 




Most Rushes 


PUNT RETURNS 


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


Most Punts Returned 


Best Rushing Average, Regular Season 


40 by Bob Smith m 11 games. 1973 (420 yards) 


8.1 yards by Chet Hanulak, 28 games. 1951-53 (1,544 yards. 


Most Yards Gained in Punt Returns 


190 carries) 


420 by Bob Smith m 11 games. 1973 (40 returns) 


Best Rushing Average. All Games 


Pest Punt Return Average (More than Three) 


7.9 yards by Chet Hanulak. 30 games including 35 yards on 4 carries 


24.5 by Tom Brown on 8 returns, 1961 


in 1952 Sugar Bowl and 39 yards on 12 carries in 1954 Orange 
Bowl 


KICKOFF RETURNS 


Most Kickoffs Returned 


PASSING 


34 by Bren Lowery, 1988 (702 yards, 11 games) 


Most Yards Gained Passing 


25 by Keeta Covington, 1984 (479 yards, 11 games) 


6.259 by "Boomer" Esiason. 1981-83 


24 by Kenny Dutton, 1967 (454 yards) 


Most Passes Attempted 


Most Yards Gained on Kickoff Returns 


850 by "Boomer" Esiason. 1981-83 


702 by Bren Lowery on 34 returns. 1988 


Most Passes Completed 


Best Kickoff Return Average (More Than Three) 


461 by "Boomer'Esiason. 1981-83 


44 yards by Howie Dare. 1957 (6 returns for 264 yards) 




KICKING 


RECEIVING 




Most Yards Gained Receiving 


Best Point-After-Touchdown Average 


1,895 by Azizuddm Abdur-Ra oof, 1984-87 


1.000 by John Hannigan. 1961 (17 for 17) 




1.000 by Bernardo Bramson. 1965 (15 for 15) 




1.000 by Jess Atkinson. 1982 (39 for 39) 




1.000 by Jess Atkinson, 1983 (28 for 28) 




1.000 by Dan Plocki, 1985 (20 for 20) 




1.000 by Ramon Paredes. 1985 (13 for 13) 




1.000 by Dan Plocki. 1986 (29 for 29) 




1.000 by Dan Plocki, 1987 (16 for 16) 




1.000 by Dan Plocki, 1988 (27-27) 





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Top Terp Season Efforts 



SCORING 

1, 102 Rick Badanjek - 1984 

2, 97 Bob Shemonski - 1950 

3. 96 Lou Gambmo ■ 1947 

4. 96 Ed Vereb - 1955 

5- 88 Jess Atkinson • 1984 

6. 87 Jess Atkinson - 1982 

7. 84 Louis Carter- 1973 

8. 78 Dan Plocki, 1988 

9. 79 Steve Mike-Mayer - 1974 
10. 73 Jess Atkinson - 1983 

73 Ed Loncar - 1978 

TOUCHDOWNS 



16 Rick Badanjek ■ 1984 
16 Lou Gambino ■ 1947 
16 Bob Shemonksi - 1950 
16 Ed Vereb - 1955 
14 Louis Carter - 1973 
12 Rick Badanjek - 1985 
11 Charlie Wysocki ■ 1980 
11 Steve Atkins - 1978 
11 Ed Modezelewski • 1951 
9 Alvin Maddox - 1977 
9 Bernie Faloney - 1954 
9 John Schultz - 1974 
9 Rick Badanjek - 1982, 
1983 



TOUCHDOWN 
RECEPTIONS 

1, 8 Dan Bungori - 1971 



7 Billy Van Heusen - 1966 
7 Darryl Hill - 1963 
7 Greg Hill ■ 1982. 1983 
6 Don Rathff ■ 1972 
6 James Milling ■ 1986 
5 Walter White • 1973 
5 Kim Hoover - 1975 



INTERCEPTIONS 

1. 10 Bob Sullivan - 1965 

2. 8 Tom Brown - 1961 

3. 7 Clarence Baldwin - 1983 
3. 7 Lendell Jones - 1982 

3. 7 Ralph Lary - 1979 

3. 7 Bob Smith ■ 1972 

7. 6 Larry Marshall - 1971 

7. 6 Tom Brown ■ 1962 

7. 6 Bernie Faloney ■ 1953 

7. 6 Joe Horning - 1951 

7. 6 Keeta Covington ■ 1985 

RUSHING PLAYS 

1. 334 Charhe Wysocki - 1980 

2. 283 Steve Atkins - 1978 

3. 247 Charlie Wysocki-1979 

4. 224 Louis Carter - 1974 

5. 221 Art Seymore • 1970 

6. 218 Louis Carter ■ 1973 

7. 217 Billy Lovett - 1968 

8. 198 Wilhe Joyner ■ 1983 

9. 188 George Scott - 1977 
10. 182 Bo Hickey ■ 1964 



TOTAL OFFENSE 

1. 2681 Dan Henning - 1986 

2. 2385 Stan Gelbaugh- 1985 

3. 2290 "Boomer" Esiason - 

1983 

4. 2231 "Boomer" Esiason - 

1982 

5. 2139 Neil O'Donnell. 1988 

6. 1782 Dan Henning - 1987 

7. 1689 Bob Avellini - 1974 

8 1593 Mark Manges - 1976 
9. 1560 "Boomer" Esiason - 

1981 
10 1426 Dick Shiner - 1962 

YARDS PASSING 

1. 2725 Dan Henning - 1986 
2 2475 Stan Gelbaugh- 1985 
3. 2322 "Boomer" Esiason - 

1983 
4- 2302 "Boomer" Esiason - 

1982 

5. 1973 Neil O'Donnell, 1988 

6. 1648 Bob Avellmi - 1974 

7. 1635 "Boomer" Esiason - 

1981 

8 1499 Alan Pastrana - 1966 

9 1446 Frank Reich - 1984 
10 1388 Tim O'Hare - 1978 

MOST PASS 
COMPLETIONS 

1 196 Dan Henning • 1986 
2. 176 "Boomer" Esiason ■ 
1982 

3 166 Stan Gelbaugh - 1985 

4 163 "Boomer" Esiason - 

1983 

5 160 Neil O'Donnell, 1988 

6 122 "Boomer" Esiason - 

1981 

7 121 Dick Shiner - 1962 

8 112 Bob Avellini - 1974 
9, 108 Dick Shiner - 1963 
9, 108 Frank Reich - 1984 

MOST PASS 
RECEPTIONS 

1 51 Greg Hill - 1984 

2. 47 Tom Brown - 1962 

3. 44 Bren Lowery • 1987 

4. 43 Darryl Hill - 1963 

5. 39 Frank Russell ■ 1973 

5, 39 Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof - 
1987 

7. 38 Kim Hoover - 1975 

8. 36 Don Ratliff 1972 

9. 35 Dean Richards ■ 1978 

9. 35 Azizduddin Abdur-Ra'oof 
1985 

9 35 Ferrell Edmunds • 1987 

MOST YARDS 

PASS RECEPTIONS 

1. 820 Greg Hill - 1984 

2. 671 Azizuddin Abdur-ra'oof 

1985 

3. 650 James MiUing - 1986 



4. 617 Azizuddun Abduyra'oof 

1987 
5- 603 Ferrell Edmunds - 1987 

6. 593 Lloyd Colteryahn - 

1952 

7. 575 Dean Richards - 1978 

8. 570 Greg Hill - 1983 

9 557 Tom Brown - 1962 
10, 536 Billy Van Heusen - 
1966 

MOST TOUCHDOWN 
PASSES 

1. 18 "Boomer " Esiason - 

1982 

2. 17 Alan Pastrana ■ 1966 

3. 15 "Boomer" Esiason - 

1983 
3. 15 Stan Gelbaugh- 1985 
3. 15 Dan Henning - 1986 
6. 12 Tommy Mont ■ 1942 
6, 12 Neil O'Donnell, 1988 

8. 11 Mark Manges - 1976 

9, 10 Al Neville - 1971 
9. 10 Dick Shmer - 1963 
9 10 VicTuryn • 1948 

YARDS RUSHING 

1. 1359 Charhe Wysocki - 1980 

2. 1261 Steve Atkins ■ 1978 

3. 1140 Charhe Wysocki - 1979 

4. 1063 Willie Joyner - 1982 

5. 991 Louis Carter • 1974 

6. 963 Billy Lovett - 1968 

7. 945 Art Seymore - 1970 
8 908 Wilhe Joyner - 1983 
9, 904 Lou Gambino - 1947 

10. 894 Bo Hickey - 1964 
10. 894 George Scott - 1977 



TACKLES 

1 188 Neal Olkewicz - 1978 

2. 186 Ted Klaube - 1977 

3, 180 Eric Wilson - 1983 

4 173 Harry Walters - 1974 

5. 172 Kevin Walker - 1987 

6. 160 Eric Wilson - 1984 

7. 159 Brian Matera - 1979 

8. 157 Brad Carr - 1976 

9. 151 Chuck Faucette - 1986 
9. 151 Bruce Palmer - 1978 

11. 147 Randy White • 1974 

SACKS 

1 13 Mark Duda - 1982 

1. 13 Bruce Palmer - 1978 
3. 12 Randy White - 1974 

3. 12 Charles Johnson • 1978 
3. 12 Bruce Mesner • 1985 
6. 11 Mike Corvino ■ 1981 
6. 11 Marhn Van Horn- 1978 
8 10 Gurnest Brown - 1981 
9. 8 Ernie Salley - 1975 

10. 7 5 Scott Tye - 1985 

11. 7 Joe Campbell - 1975 
11. 7 Ted Chapman ■ 1984 

TACKLES IN 
BACKFIELD 

1 24 Randy White - 1974 

2. 18 Charles Johnson - 1978 

3. 17 Bruce Palmer - 1978 

4. 16 Bruce Mesner - 1985 

5. 15 Gurnest Brown - 1981 
6- 14 Marlin Van Horn ■ 1978 

6. 14 Chip Garber - 1976 
6. 14 Mike Corvino - 1981 
6- 14 Mark Duda - 1982 

6 14 O'Btien Alston - 1987 




Rick Badanjek 



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Top Terp Career Efforts 



CAREER RUSHING 
Attempts 

1. 769 by Charlie Wysocki (1978-81) 

2. 625 by Steve Adkiiis (1975-78) 

3. 561 by Louis Carter (1972-74) 

4. 521 by Rick Badanjek (1982-85) 

5. 452 by Billy Lovett (1966-68) 

6. 437 by Willie Joyner (1980-83) 

6. by Art Seymore (1970-72) 

7. 426 by Alvm Blout (1983-86) 

8. 339 by Alum Maddox (1975-78) 
9 304 by Alviu Thomas (1968-70) 

Yards 

1. 3,317 by Charlie Wysocki (1978-81) 

2. 2,971 by Steve Adkms (1975-78) 

3. 2,417 by Rick Badanjek (1982-85) 

4. 2,266 by Louis Carter (1972-74) 

5. 2,158 by Alvm Blout (1983-86) 

6. 2,140 by Willie Joyner (1980-83) 

7. 1,913 by Billy Lovett (1966-68) 

8. 1,845 by Alum Maddox (1975-78) 

9. 1,656 by Art Seymore (1970-72) 
10. 1,544 by Chet Hanulak (1951-53) 

Per-Carry Average 

(must have carriers in at least 3 years) 

1. 8.1 by Chet Hanulak (1951-53) 

2. 6.0 by Ed Fullerton (1950-52) 

3. 5.4 by Alum Maddox (1975-78) 

3. by Dick Bielski (1952-54) 

4. 5.3 by Tommy Neal (1983-86) 

4. by Tom Selep (1954-56) 

5. 5.2 by Ralph Felton (1951-53) 

6. 5.1 by Alvm Blout (1983-86) 

7. 5.0 by Dick Nolan (1951-53) 

8. 4.9 by Wilhe Joyner (1980-83) 
8, by Ted Kershner (1956-58) 

CARRER PASSING 
Attempts 
1. 850 by Boomer Esiason (1981-83) 

2 641 by Dan Henning (1985-87) 

3 536 by Dick Shmer (1961-63) 

4. 454 by Stan Gelbaugh (1981-85) 

5. 402 by Al Neville (1971-73) 

6. 394 by Bob Avellini (1972-74) 

7. 378 by Neil ODonnell (1987-) 

8. 367 by Alan Pastrana (1966, 68) 

9. 366 by Jeff Shugars (1969-71) 
10. 331 by Mike Tice (1978-80) 

Completions 

1. 461 by Boomer Esiason (1981-83) 

2. 353 by Dan Henning (1985-87) 

3. 287 by Dick Shiner (1961-63) 

4. 251 by Stan Gelbaugh (1981-85) 

5. 231 by Bob Avellmi (1972-74) 
5. 231 by Neil ODonneU (1987-) 

7. 217 by Al Neville (1971-73) 

8. 183 by Alan Pastrana (1966, 68) 

9. 180 by Larry Dick (1975, 77) 
10. 166 by Mike Tice (1978-80) 



Percentage 

1. .629 (132-210) by Frank Reich (1983-84) 

2. 611 (231-378) By Neil ODonnell (1987-) 

3. .590 (231-394) by Bob Avellmi (1972-74) 

4. 588 (180-306) by Larry Dick (1975, 77) 

5. .582 (127-218) by Dale Betty (1958-60) 

6. .553 (251-454) by Stan Gelbaugh 
(1981-85) 

7. .551 (353-641) by Dan Henning (1985-87) 

8. .547 (58-106) by Ben Kmard (1973-74) 

9. .542 (461-850) by Boomer Esiason 

(1981-83) 
Yards 

1. 6,259 by Boomer Esiason (1981-83) 

2. 4,560 by Dan Henning (1985-87) 

3. 3,659 by Stan Gelbaugh (1981-85) 

4. 3,410 by Dick Shiner (1961-63) 

5. 3,222 by Bob Avellmi (1972-74) 

6. 2,886 by Neil ODonnell (1987-) 

7. 2,601 by Larry Dick (1975, 77) 

8. 2,552 by Alan Pastrana (1966, 68) 

9. 2,493 by Al Neville (1971-73) 

10. 2,287 by Jack Scarbath (1950-52) 
Touchdown Passes 

1. 42 by Boomer Esiason (1981-83) 

2. 24 by Dan Henning (1985-87) 

3. 23 by Alan Pastrana (1966, 68) 

4. 22 by Jack Scarbath (1950-52) 

5. 21 by Dick Shmer (1961-63) 

6. 20 by Stan Gelbaugh (1981-85) 

7. 19 by Bob Avellmi (1972-74) 

8. 17 by Al Neville (1971-73) 

9. 16 by Dale Betty (1958-60) 
9- 16 by Neil ODonnell (1987-) 

CAREER RECEIVING 
Catches 

1. 108 by Abdur-Ra'oof Zizudin (1984-87) 

2. 101 by Ferrell Edmuiids (1984-87) 

3. 100 by Frank Russell (1972-74) 

4. 97 by Greg Hill (1982-84) 

5. 83 by Vernon Jomes (1985-88) 

5. by John Tice (1979-82) 

6. 82 by Russell Davis (1981-83) 

7. 80 by James Milling (1984-87) 

8. 79 by Gary Collins ( 1 959-6 1 ) 

9. 77 by Dean Richards (1975-79) 
Yards 

1. 1,895 by Azizudin Abdur-Ra'oof 
(1984-87) 

2. 1,721 by Greg HiU (1982-84) 

3. 1,641 by Ferrell Edmunds (1984-87) 

4. 1,445 by James Milling (1984-87) 

5. 1,408 by Russell Davis (1981-83) 

6. 1,344 by Frank Russell (1972-74) 

7. 1,253 by Vernon Jomes (1985-88) 

8. 1,211 by Gary Collins (1959-61) 

9. 1,194 by Dean Richards (1975-78) 
10. 1.044 by Vmce Kmnoy (1975-77) 
Average 

1. 30.6 by Russ Dennis (1953-55) 

2. 24.7 by Roland Merritt (1968-69) 

3. 19.1 by BiUy Van Heusen (1965-67) 

4. 18.6 by Lloyd Colteryahn (1950-52) 

5. 18.1 by James Milling (1984-87) 

6. 17.7 by Greg Hrll (1982-84) 

7. 17.6 by Chet Hanulak 11951-53) 

8. 17.5 by Azizudm Abdur-Raoof (1984-87) 

9. 17.2 by RusseU Davrs (1981-83) 
10. 17.1 by Bobby Collms (1964-66) 



Touchdowns 

1. 18 by Greg Hill (1982-84) 

2. 12 by Gary ColUns (1959-61) 

3. 10 by Abdur-Ra'off Zizudin (1984-87) 

3. by Ferrell Edmunds (1984-87) 

4. 9 by Vernon Joines (1985-88) 

5. 8 by Russell Davis (1981-83) 

6. by Walter White (1973-74) 

6. by Lou Weidensaul (1950-52) 

7. 7 by James Milling (1984-87) 
7 by Sean Sullivan (1983-86) 

7. by Billy Van Heusen (1965-67) 

7. by Darryl Hill (1963-64) 

7 by Howie Dare (1954-55, 57) 

CAREER PUNTING 
Punts 

1. 224 by Dale Castro (1978-80) 

2. 209 by Darrell Wright (1984-87) 

3. 169 by Mike Sochko (1975-77) 

4. 168 by Greg Fries (1968-70) 

5. 142 by Howard Humphries (1963-65) 

6. 132 by Alan Sadler (1982-83) 

7. 113 by Gary Collins (1959-61) 

8. 100 by Billy Van Heusen (1966-67) 

9. 106 by Phil Wagenheim (1973-74) 
10. 86 by Bernie Faloney (1951-53) 

Yards 

1. 8,548 by Dale Castro (1978-80) 

2. 8,389 by Darrell Wright (1984-87) 

3. 6,789 by Mike Sochko (1975-77) 

4. 6,696 by Greg Fries (1968-70) 

5. 5,290 by Howard Humphries (1963-65) 

6. 5,125 by Alan Sadler (1982-83) 

7. 4,205 by Gary CoUins (1959-61) 

8. 4,138 by Phil Wagenheim (1973-74) 

9. 3,957 by Billy Van Heusen (1966-67) 
10. 3,293 by Bernie Faloney (1951-53) 

Average 

1. 41.8 by BiU Walker (1953-55) 

2. 40.7 by Phil Wagenheim (1973-74) 

3. 40.4 by Duey Graham (1970) 

4. 40.2 by Mike Sochko (1975-77) 

5. 40.1 by Darrell Wright (1984-87) 

6. 39.9 by Greg Fries (1968-70) 

7. 39.6 by Billy Van Heusen (1966-67) 

8. 39.0 by Steve Adams (1981) 

9. 38.8 by Alan Sadler (1982-83) 
10. 38.2 by Dale Castro (1978-80) 
10. by John Fritsch( 1956-57) 
10. by Bernie Faloney (1951-53) 

INTERCEPTIONS 

1. 17 by Tom Brown (1960-62) 

2. 15 by Bob Smith (1972-74) 

3. 14 by LendeU Jones (1981-83) 

4. 13 by Ken Schroy (1972-74) 

4. by Bob Sullivan (1963-65) 

5. 10 by Howard Eubanks (1979-82) 
5. by Lloyd Burruss (1976-80) 

5. by Ralph Lary( 1977-80) 

6. 9 by Eric Wason( 1980-84) 

6. by Clarence Baldwm (1981-83) 
6. by JunBrechrel (1973-75) 
6. by WallyStataaker( 1967-69) 



77 



Last Time for the Terps 



The Last Time It Happened In Terrapin History 



KICKOFF RETURNED FOR A 
TOUCHDOWN - Oct , 24, 198h 
Tim Quandei, a defensive line- 
man, returned a Duke kickoff 92 
yards at Byrd Stadium. The Ter- 
rapins went on to wm that 1981 
homecoming game 24-21, 
KICKOFF RETURNED 100 
YARDS FOR A TOUCHDOWN. 
- Nov., 7, 1964 Kenny 
Ambrusko, who received three 
varsity letters at Maryland, re- 
turned a kickoff 100 yards for a 
touchdown against Navy 
BLOCKED PUNT RETURNED 
FOR A TOUCHDOWN - Oct , 
23, 1983 Reserve linebacker 
Doug Cox blocked a punt and 
scored on a 49-yard play. The 
play helped the Terrapins to a 
13-7 victory over Pittsburgh m 
Byrd Stadium. Cox was named 
the Sports Illustrated defensive 
player of the week. 
PUNT RETURNED FOR A 
TOUCHDOWN - Sept., 9, 1978. 
Lloyd Burruss returned a punt 
47 yards for a touchdown in a 
31-7 victory over Tulane in Byrd 
Stadium. 

INTERCEPTION RETURNED 
FOR A TOUCHDOWN - Oct , 
15, 1988. Irvin Smith, a defen- 
sive back, intercepted a Mike 
Elkins' pass and returned it 86 
yards for a touchdown against 
Wake Forest. Despite Smith's 
third quarter heroics, the Terps 
fell, 27-24 in Byrd Stadium. 
RECORDED A SAFETY - Oct , 
10, 1987. At Miami (Fla.) Willis 
Puguese snapped the ball over 
punter Jeff Feagles head and 
out of the endzone. The safety 
resulted m a 14-2 first quarter 
lead for the Hurricanes, who 
went on to win the game 46-16. 
RECOVERED TWO FUMBLES IN 
ONE CAME - Sept., 14, 1985. 
Scott Tye, a defensive lineman, 
recovered two fumbles against 
Boston College m a 31-13 Terra- 
pin win in Byrd Stadium. 
SHUT OUT AN OPPONENT - 
Oct., 17, 1987. At Wake Forest, 
the Terrapins handed the De- 
mon Deacon's their first loss of 
the 1987 season by winning 14- 
0. 

FIVE TOUCHDOWNS IN ONE 
GAME - Nov., 7, 1950. Bob 
Shemonski scored five touch- 
downs in a 63-7 victory over Vir- 
ginia Tech. 



FOUR TOUCHDOWNS IN ONE 
GAME - Nov., 3, 1984. Rick 
Badanjek scored four times in 
the Terps' 34-23 victory over the 
Tar Heels at Kenan Stadium. 
THREE TOUCHDOWNS IN ONE 
GAME - Nov., 12, 1988. With 
the Atlantic Coast Conference 
title on the line tailback Ricky 
Johnson scored three 
touchdowns against Clemson m 
Byrd Stadium. He scored on runs 
of seven and five yards and 
caught a pass from Neil O'Don- 
nell from 24 yards out. Johnson 
was not enough as the Terrapins 
fell, 49-25 

TWO TOUCHDOWNS IN ONE 
GAME - Oct., 29, 1988. Dennis 
Spinelli, the Terp short yardage 
fullback, scored two touchdowns 
m the team's biggest comeback 
of the year. Spinelli rammed his 
way to touchdowns from one 
and two yards out as the Terps 
came from behind to defeat 
North Carolina, 41-38 on a last 
second field goal 
MISSED A POINT AFTER 
TOUCHDOWN - Oct., 28, 1984. 
After hitting on 95 straight point 
after touchdowns and setting an 
ACC record, Jess Atkinson 
sailed a kick to the right of the 
goalpost in a 43-7 Terp romp 
over Duke, (regular season) Dec 
21, 1985. Dan Plocki missed a 
point after attempt against Syra- 
cuse in the Terps 35-18 victory 
over Syracuse in the Cherry 
Bowl. (Bowl Games) 
FIELD GOAL OF 50 OR MORE 
YARDS - Oct., 22, 1983. During 
a 38-3 romp over Duke, 
placekicker Jess Atkinson con- 
nected from 50 yards out to give 
the Terps a 17-3 second quarter 
lead at Byrd Stadium. 
THREE FIELD GOALS IN ONE 
CAME - Oct. 1, 1988. Despite 
three field goals by Dan Plocki, 
the Terrapins fell to Syracuse in 
the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, 
NY, 20-9. 

FOUR FIELD GOALS IN ONE 
GAME - Oct., 19, 1985. The 
Terps got four field goals from 
Dan Plocki and beat Wake Forest 
26-3 in Groves Stadium 
FIVE FIELD GOALS IN ONE 
GAME - Sept., 22, 1979. Dale 
Castro booted five field goals in 
a 35-14 victory over Mississippi 
State in Byrd Satdium. 



The Last Time In Terrapin Opponents' History 



KICKOFF RETURNED FOR A 
TOUCHDOWN - Sept , 17, 
1987, West Virginia's Eugene 
Napoleon of the Mountaineers 
returned the opening kickoff 
from Dan Plocki 94 yards for a 
touchdown. The Terps, how- 
ever, won the contest, 25-20 in 
Byrd Stadium. 

BLOCKED PUNT RETURNED 
FOR A TOUCHDOWN - Oct , 
31, 1987. Norris Davis of North 
Carolina picked-up a blocked 
Darryl Wright punt and returned 
It 26 yards for a Tar Heel touch- 
down m a 27-14 win over the 
Terps. 

PUNT RETURNED FOR A 
TOUCHDOWN - Nov., 9, 1985. 
Brett Perriman, a wide receiver 
for Miami (Fla), started a Hurri- 
cane comeback as he returned a 
Darryl Wright punt 72 yards for 
a touchdown in the third quar- 
ter of a 29-22 Miami victory m 
Baltimore's Memorial Stadium 
INTERCEPTION RETURNED 
FOR A TOUCHDOWN - Sept , 
17, 1988. Bo Orlando of the 
West Virginia Mountaineers in- 
tercepted a Neil O'Donnell pass 
and romped 56 yards for a 
touchdown m a 55-24 WVU vic- 
tory 

RECORDED A SAFETY 
AGAINST MARYLAND- Oct., 
22, 1988. Duke's Mark Allen 
sacked Terp quarterback Neil 
O'Donnell in the endzone giving 
the Blue Devils an early 9-0 
lead. O'Donnell got off the 
ground and rallied the Terps to 
a 34-24 victory m Durham, NC. 
SHUTOUT MARYLAND - Sept., 
28, 1985. The Michigan 



Wolverines shutout the Terps 
20-0 before over 100,000 fans in 
Michigan Stadium. It was the 
first time the Terps had been 
shutout since 1979. 
THREE TOUCHDOWNS IN ONE 
GAME - Oct., 29, 1988. De- 
spite three touchdowns by Ken- 
nard Martin of North Carolina 
on runs of 28, 13, and 2 yards, 
the Terps beat the Tar Heels, 
41-38, at Kenan Stadium. 
TWO TOUCHDOWNS IN ONE 
GAME - Nov., 12, 1988, Clem- 
son's Terry Allen scored on 
runs of four and five yards to 
lead the Tigers to the ACC title 
in Byrd Stadium. 
MISSED POINT AFTER TOUCH- 
DOWN - Sept., 3, 1988, In the 
season opener for both teams, 
Louisville kicker Ron Bell 
missed a point after touchdown 
in the fourth quarter of Mary- 
land's 27-16 victory over the 
visiting Cardinals. 
THREE FIELD GOALS IN ONE 
GAME - Sept., 24, 1988. Da- 
mon Hartman connected on 
field goals of 45,28, and 25 
yards for NC. State in a 30-26 
loss to the Terps m Byrd Sta- 
dium 

TWO FIELD GOALS IN ONE 
CAME - Nov , 12. 1988 Two 
field goals of 51 and 22 yards 
by Chris Gardocki of Clemson 
propeled the Tigers to a 49-25 
victory and the ACC champion- 
ship 

FIELD GOAL OF 50 YARDS OR 
MORE - Nov., 12, 1988. Chris 
Gardocki of Clemson connected- 
from 51 yards during a 49-25 
victory at Byrd Stadium. 




Irvin Smith (7) 



78 



AU-Terp All-ACC 




1953 - FIRST TEAM 

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

- SECOND TEAM 
Bill Walker - End 
Bob Morgan - Tackle 
Ralph Feltoii - Back 

- THIRD TEAM 

John hvine - Center 
Marty Crytzer - End 

- PLAYER OF THE YEAR 
Bernie Faloney - Back 

- COACH OF THE YEAR 
Jim Tatuni 

1954 - FIRST TEAM 

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

- SECOND TEAM 

Bob Pellegrini — Guard 
John Irvine - Center 

- THIRD TEAM 

Jack Bowersox — Guard 

1955 - FIRST TEAM 

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

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

- PLAYER OF THE YEAR 
Bob Pellegrini - Center 

- COACH OF THE YEAR 
Jim Tatum 

- JACOBS BLOCKING 
TROPHY 

Bob Pellegrini - Center 

1956 - FIRST TEAM 

Mike Sandusky — Tackle 
Jack Davis — Guard 

- THIRD TEAM 

Gene Alderton — Center 

1957 - FIRST TEAM 

Ed Cooke - End 

Rod Breedlove — Guard 

- SECOND TEAM 

Gene Alderton — Center 

1958 -SECOND TEAM 

Fred Cole - Tackle 
Rod Breedlove — Guard 

1959 - SECOND TEAM 

Tom Gunderman — 

Guard 
Jim Joyce— Back 

1960 - FIRST TEAM 

Gary CoUms - End 



1961 - FIRST TEAM 

Gary Collins - End 
Bob Hacker - Center 

- SECOND TEAM 
Roger Shoals - Tackle 
Bill Kirchiro - Tackle 

1962 - FIRST TEAM 

Waltei Rock - Guard 
Dick Shiner - Back 
Tom Brown - Back 

1963 - SECOND TEAM 

Dick Shinei - Back 

1964 - FIRST TEAM 

Jerry Fishinan - Guard 

- SECOND TEAM 

Olaf Drozdov - Tackle 
Tom Hickey - Back 

1965 -DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Bob Sullivan - Back 

1966 -DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Drck 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 — Line- 
backer 
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 — Line- 
backer 
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 - Quarter- 
back 

Ed Fulton - Guard 
Tom Schick - Tackle 

- COACH OF THE YEAR 
Jerry Clni))orne 

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 - Tail- 
back 

- SPECIALIST 

Dale Castro - Kicker 

1980 - OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Charlie Wysocki - 
Tailback 

- DEFENSIVE TEAM 
Lloyd Burruss — Back 
Marlm 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 - Line- 
backer 

1984 - OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Kevin Glover - Center 
Greg HiU - Wide 
Receiver 

- DEFENSIVE TEAM 
Al Covington - Safety 
Bruce Meaner — Guard 
Eric Wilson - Line- 
backer 

1985 - OFFENSIVE TEAM 

J D Maarleveld - 

Tackle 
Len Lynch — Guard 

- DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Al Covington - Safety 
Keeta Covington — 

Corner Back 
Chuck Faucette - 

Linebacker 
Bruce Mesner — Guard 

1986 - DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Keeta Covington — 
Corner Back 

Chuck Faucette — Line- 
backer 

Bruce Mesner — Guard 

1987 - OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Ferrell Edmunds — End 

- DEFENSIVE TEAM 
Kevin Walker — 

Linebacker 

1988 - OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Dan Plocki - Kicker 

- DEFENSIVE TEAM 
Warren Powers — Tackle 




AU-ACC Warren Po\NeTS (DL) and Dan Plocki (K). 



79 



Terp Team Awards 



Alvin L. Aubinoe Trophy 

to the unsung hero of the season. 

1956 Al Wharton - Tackle 

1957 Wilbur Main - Center 

1958 Ted Kershner - Back 

1959 Joe Garcli ■ Tackle 

1960 Leroy Dietrich • Center 

1961 Dick Barlund - End 

1962 Murnis Banner - Halfback 

1963 George Stem - Halfback 

1964 John Kenny - End 

1965 Charles Krahling - Center 

1966 Bobby Collins - Back 

1967 Pat Baker - Back 

1968 Rick Carlson - End 

1969 Paul Fitzpatrick - Back 

1970 Robert J MacBride - Tackle 

1971 Jeff Shugars - Quarter back 

1972 Ron Kecman - Center 

1973 Ken Scott - Tackle 

1974 Frank Russell - End 

1975 Jim Richey - Tackle 

1976 Bob Raba - End 

1977 Don Rhodes - Center 

1978 Mike Simon - Center 

1979 Richard Cummins • Guard 

1980 Scott Fanz ■ Tackle 

1981 Todd Wright - Center 

1982 Frank Kolencik - Defensive 

Guard 
John Nash - Back 
Doug Miller - Center 

1983 Tyrone Furman - Guard 

1984 Bill Rogers ■ Tight End 

1985 George Colton - Guard 

1986 Sean Sullivan - End 

1987 Robert Klein - Guard 
Sean Scott - Linebacker 

1988 Matt D'Amico • Linebacker 
Dan Plocki • Kicker 

Anthony C. Nardo 

Memorial Trophy 

to the best football lineman of the 
year. 

1947 Pat McCarthy - Guard 

1948 Gene Kinney - Tackle 

1950 Bob Ward - Guard 

1951 Bob Ward - Guard 

1952 William Maletzky - Guard 

1953 Stan Jones • Tackle 

1954 Bob Pellegrini - Guard 

1955 Mike Sandusky - Tackle 

1956 Al Wharton - Tackle 

1957 Don Healy • Tackle 

1958 Fred Cole • Tackle 

1959 Tom Gunderman - Guard 

1960 Gary Collins - End 

1961 Bill Kirchiro - Tackle 

1962 Dave Crossan ■ Tackle 

1963 Olaf Drozdov • Tackle 

1964 Fred Joyce ■ Guard 

1965 Dick Absher - End 

1966 Dick Absher - End 

1967 Jim Lavrusky - Linebacker 

1968 Ron Pearson - End 

1969 Peter Mattia - Tackle 

Bob Beall, Tommy Marcos 
Trophy 

to the best football lineman of the 
year. 

1970 Guy M. Roberts • End 

1971 Dennis O'Hara • End 

1972 Paul Vellano - Guard 

1973 Randy White ■ Tackle 

1974 Randy White • Tackle 



1980 Eric Sievers - Tight End 

1981 Dave Pacella - Tackle 

1982 Dave Pacella • Tackle 

1983 Ron Solt - Guard 

1984 Kevin Glover - Center 

1985 J, D, Maarleveled - Tackle 

1986 Billy Hughes - Center 

1987 Billy Hughes - Center 

1988 Mark Agent - Center 

Ray Krouse Memorial 
Award 

to most valuable senior. 

1974 Randy White - Def. Tackle 

1975 John Schultz - Wingback 

1976 Tim Wilson - Fullback 

1977 Ted Klaube - Guard 

1978 Neal Olkewicz ■ Linebacker 

1979 Brian Matera - Linebacker 

1980 Lloyd Burruss • D Halfback 

1981 Greg Vanderhout - D Guard 

1982 John Tice ■ Tight End 

1983 Boomer Esiason - Quarterback 

1984 Eric Wilson - Linebacker 

1985 Stan Gelbaugh - Quarterback 

1986 Chuck Faucette - Linebacker 

1987 Kevin Walker - Linebacker 

1988 Dan Plocki - Kicker 

The Teke Trophy 

to the student who during his four 
years at the University has rendered 
the greatest service to football. 

('Became the Terrapin Club Award m 
1975) 

1949 John Idzik -Back 

1950 John Idzik - Back 

1951 Bob Ward - Guard 

1952 Ed FuUerton ■ Back 

1953 Bernie Faloney ■ Back 

1954 John Irvme - Center 

1955 Bob Pellegrini - Center 

1956 Mike Sandusky ■ Tackle 

1957 Gene Alderton ■ Center 

1958 Bob Rusevlyan - Back 

1959 Kurt Schwarz - Tackle 

1960 Vincent Scott - End 

1961 Gary Collins End 

1962 Tom Brovun • Halfback 

1963 Bob Burton ■ Halfback 

1964 Olaf Drozdov - Tackle 

1965 George Stem - Back 

1966 Dick Absher - End 

1967 Lou Stickel - Back 

1968 Billy Lovett ■ Fullback 

1969 Kenneth B Dutton - Back 

1970 Peter Mattia - Tackle 

1971 Tommy Miller - Back 

1972 Don Ratliff - End 

1973 Paul Vellano - Guard 

1974 Randy White - Tackle 

1975 LeRoy Hughes ■ End 

1976 Bob Raba - End 

1977 Brad Carr - Linebacker 

1978 Dean Richards ■ End 

1979 James Shaffer - End 

1980 Lloyd Burruss - Halfback 

1981 Charlie Wysocki - Tailback 

1982 Mike Corvino - Defensive 

Guard 

1983 "Boomer" Esiason ■ 

Quarterback 

1984 Eric Wilson ■ Linebacker 

1985 Rick Badaniek ■ Fullback 

1986 Chuck Faucette - 

Linebacker 

1987 Ferrell Edmunds • Tight End 

1988 Dan Plocki - Kicker 



Terps honored by the 
MClub 

A.V. WILLIAMS AWARD 

(Outstanding and conspicuous 
sportsmanship) 

1955 Ronnie Waller, Football 

1956 Lynn Beightol. Football 
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. Football 

1962 Clayton A, 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 Vmce L Struble, Track 

1973 Albert A Neville, Football 

1974 Tyrone Neal. Wrestling 

1975 LeRoy D Hughes. Football 

1976 Robert W. Raba. Football 
Eugene F Ochap, Football 

1977 Bradley S. Carr. Football 

1978 Dean Richards, Football 

1979 James K Shafer, Football 

1980 Eric S, Sievers. Football 

1981 Brian J Riendeau. Football 

1982 David W Pacella. Football 

1983 Boomer Esiason, Football 

1984 Eric W Wilson. Football 

1985 Scott B Schankweiler, Football 

1986 Lewis L Askew, Jr , Football 

1987 Robert Klem, Football 

1988 Chad Sydnor, Football 

JAMES M. "JIM" TATUM 
MEMORIAL AWARD 

(Lineman of the year) 

1959 Kurt A Schwarz 

1960 Thomas E Sankovich 

1961 Bill Kirchiro 

1962 David H Crossan 

1963 Olaf A Drozdov 

1964 Larry Bagranoff 

1965 Larry Bagranoff 

1966 Thomas J Cichowski 



1967 Tom Myslinski 

1968 Thomas A Plevm 

1969 Peter A. Mattia 

1970 Peter A Mattia 

1971 Guy Roberts 

1972 PaulE Vellano 

1973 Randy L White 

1974 Randy L White 

1975 Marion Koprowski 
Paul J Divito 

1976 Joseph P Campbell 

1977 Theodore J Klaube 

1978 Charles A Johnson 

1979 Kervin D Wyatt 

1980 Edward J Gall. Jr. 

1981 Gregory A Vanderhout 

1982 Mark D, Duda 

1983 Ronald M Solt 

1984 Kevin P Glover 

1985 Leonard A Lynch 

1986 Bruce M, Mesner 

1987 Robert Arnold 

1988 Warren Powers 

GEORGE C. COOK 
MEMORIAL AWARD 

(Highest academic average) 

1962 Don White.Quarterback 

1963 David D Nardo, End 

1964 David D Nardo, End 

1965 Bruce Springer, Back 

1966 Larry Bagranoff, Tackle 

1967 Charles Tme. Tackle 

1968 Ralph H, Friedgen. Guard 

1969 Ralph H Friedgen. Guard 
William L Grant, End 

1970 Patrick Burke. Guard 

1971 Stephen D. Fromang, Tackle 

1972 Stephen D Fromang, Tackle 

1973 James J Martell. End 

1974 Albert A Neville, End 

1975 Kim R Hoover. End 

1976 Jonathan E Claiborne. Safety 

1977 Jonathan E Claiborne. Safety 

1978 Joseph M Muffler, Defensive 

End 

1979 Ralph L. Lary 111, Safety 

1980 Ralph L. Lary III, Safety 

1981 Mark Sobel, End 

1982 Gregory E Harraka, Center 

1983 Gregory E Harraka. Guard 

1984 Gregory E Harraka, Guard 

1985 Dolph M Tokarczyk. Tight 

End 

1986 Richard D Shure. Fullback 

1987 Richard D Shure, Fullback 

1988 John Rugg, Guard 




80 



Tarp Coaches Awards 



Terp Coaches Awards 










OFFENSIVE BACK 


OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 


DEFENSIVE BACK 


DEFENSIVE LINEMAN 


19&2 ClieblL'i Hunulak - HB 


Tom Cu:jyiuvc C 




Ed Fullcilon HB 


John AkleiiKdii - t 


1953 Ralph Felton ■ FB 


Marty Crytzer ■ E 




Dick Nolan - HB 


Bob Morgan - T 


1954 Ron Waller HE 


Jack Bowersox - 




Joe Horning • HB 


Tom McLuckie - G 


1955 Ed Vereb HB 


Russell Dennis -E 




Lynn Beightol - QB 


Mike Sandusky ■ T 


1956 Fred Hamilton ■ HB 


Al Wharton - T 




Bob Rusevlyan ■ QB 


Mike Sandusky ■ T 


1957 Bob Rusevlyan - QB 


Tom Gunderman -G 




Bob Layman - HB 


Rod Breedlove - G 


1958 Bob Rusevlyan - QB 


Fred Cole ■ T 




Jim Joyce ■ FB 


Ben Scotti - E 


1959 Jim Joyce ■ FB 


Tom Gunderman - G 




Dwayne Fletcher • HB 


Rod Breedlove - G 


1960 Dale Betty - QB 


Bob Hacker ■ C 




Jim Davidson • HB 


Tom Sankovich ■ T 


1961 Dick Shiner -QB 


Roger Shoals - T 




Tom Brown • HB 


Dave Crossan - T 


1962 Tom Brown ■ HB 


Roger Shoals • T 




Joe Hrezo - LB 


Walter Rock - G 


1963 Dick Shiner - QB 


Gene Feher • C 




Eernie Arizzi ■ HB 


Joe Ferranle ■ G 


1964 Tom Hickey ■ TB 


Joe Frataroli - G 




Bob Sullivan • HB 


Olaf Drozdov ■ T 


1965 Walt Marcimak - FB 


Matt Arbutina - T 




Fred Cooper - HB 


Larry Bagranoff - T 


1966 Alan Pastrana - QB 


Tim Cichokski - T 




Lou Slickel ■ HB 


Jim Lavrusky - LB 


1967 Billy Lovett ■ FB 


Ron Pearson - G 




Bob Colbert ■ HB 


Mike Grace - G 


1968 Billy Lovett • FB 


Bill Meister -G 




Kenny Dutton - HB 


Henry Gareis - E 


1969 Tom Miller - FB 


Bill Meister • G 




Tony Greene - S 


Peter Mattia ■ T 


1970 Art Seymore - HB 


Pat Burke - G 




Tony Greene • S 


Guy Roberts - E 


1971 Al Neville - QB 


Tim Brannon - G 




Larry Marshall - HB 


Chris Cowdrey ■ E 


1972 Bob Avellini - QB 


Tim Brannon - G 




Bob Smith - S 


Paul Vellano - G 


1973 Louis Carter - TB 


Bart Purvis - G 




Harry Walters ■ LB 


Randy White • T 


1974 Louis Carter • TB 


Stan Rogers - T 




Harry Walters - LB 


Randy White - T 


1975 John Schultz ■ WB 


Marion Koprowski - T 




Kevin Benson - LB 


Paul Divito - G 


1976 Mark Manges • QB 


Ed Fulton ■ G 
Tom Schick - T 




Brad Cair - LB 


Joe Campbell - T 


1977 Larry Dick ■ QB 


Mike Yeates - G 




Brad Carr - LB 


Ted Klaube - G 


George Scott ■ HB 










1978 Steve Atkins - TB 


Eric Sievers - TE 
Kerwin Wyatt ■ G 




Neal Olkewicz - LB 


Charles Johnson • T 


1979 Charlie Wysocki - TB 


Kewin Wyatt - G 






Bruce Palmer ■ G 


1980 Charlie Wysocki - TB 


Eric Siever ■ TE 




Brian Matera • LB 


James Shaffer - E 


1981 ■■Boomer" Esiason - QB 


Dave Pacella - T 




Lloyd Burruss - HB 


Ed Gall • T 


1982 ■■Boomer" Esiason - QB 


Dave Pacella ■ T 




Darnell Dailey - LB 


Greg Vanderhout - G 


Willie Joyner - RB 






Bill McFadden - HB 


Mark Duda - T 


1983 Willie Joyner - RB 


Ron Solt ■ G 








1984 Rick Badanjek - FB 


Kevin Glover - C 




Clarence Baldwin ■ HB 


Pete Koch - T 


1985 Rick Badanjek - FB 


J. D. Maarleveld - T 




Al Covington - S 


Bruce Mesner - G 


1986 Tommy Neal - RB 


Billy Hughes - C 




Al Covington - S 


Bruce Mesner - G 


1987 Bren Lowrery ■ RB 


Billy Hughes ■ C 




Keeta Covington - CB 
Chad Sydnor ■ CB 


Ted Chapman - T 


1988 Ricky Johnson - TB 


Mark Agent - C 




Chad Sydnor ■ CB 


Warren Powers - DT 




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All-Terp All-America 



ASSOCIATED PRESS 

First Team 

1950 Bob Ward - G 
Bob Ward - G 
Jack Scarbath - QB 
Dick Modzelewski - DT 
Stan Jones ■ T 
Bob Pellegrini - C 
Randy White ■ DT 
Randy White - DT 

Second Team 

1923 Bill Supplee • E 

Gerald Snyder - FB 
Ray Krouse - T 
Dick Modzelewski ■ T 
Ed Modzelewski - FB 
Bernie Faloney - QB 
Bill Walker - E 
Gary Collins - E 
Joe Campbell ■ DT 
Eric Wilson - LB 

Third Team 

1955 Ed Vereb - HB 

1973 Paul Vellano - DG 



1951 
1952 

1953 
1955 
1973 
1974 



1928 
1949 
1951 

1953 
1954 
1961 
1976 
1984 



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 Faloney • 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 



K 



Jack Scarbath - QB 
Dick Modzelewski - 1 
Stan Jones -T 
Bernie Faloney - QB 
Bob Pellegrini - C 
Mike Sandusky-T 
Randy White ■ DT 
Steve Mike-Mayer 
Joe Campbell • DT 
Dale Castro - K 
Kevin Glover - C 
J. D. Maarleveld - OT 

Second Team 

1983 "Boomer" Esiason - QB 
Ron Solt -QG 

UNFTED PRESS 

First Team 

1951 Bob Ward - G 

1952 Jack Scarbath - QB 
Dick Modzelewski - DT 

1953 Stan Jones - T 



1953 

1955 

1974 

1976 
1979 
1984 
1985 



1955 Bob Pellegrini - C 

1961 Gary Collins - E 

1974 Randy White - DT 

1979 Dale Castro - K 

1985 J. D. Maarleveld - OT 

Second Team 

1950 Bob Ward - G 

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

Bill Walker • E 

1973 Paul Vellano - DG 
1976 Joe Campbell ■ DT 

Third Team 

1951 Dick Modzelewski • DT 
1955 Ed Vereb - HB 

TIME MAGAZINE 

First Team 

1974 Randy White - DT 
Steve Mike-Mayer - K 




Bob Ward Wdi ib ijuili.ips Uui cji: alest Terp, pound-for-pound. His , Gary Collins 
co-captain is Dave Cianelli, in 1951. I 



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All-Terp All-America 



Honorable Mention 
All-Americans 

(AP & UPI) 

1931 Jess Krajcovic - G 

1934 Norwood Sothoron - FB 
Vic Willis • E 

Bill Guckeyson - HB 
Ed Million • T 

1935 Bill Guckeyson - HB 
Vic Willis - E 

1936 Bill Guckeyson ■ HB 

1937 Jim Meade -HB 
1940 Bob Smith • C 

Ralph Albarano • T 
1942 Tommy Mont - QB 
Paul Flick - C 

1947 Lou Gambino - HB 
Gene Kinney ■ C 

1948 Ray Krouse - T 
Elmer Wingate - E 

1950 Ed Modzelewski - FB 

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

1952 Stan Jones - T 

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

1954 Dick Bielski • FB 
Ronnie Waller - HB 
Jack Bov^rersox - G 
John Irvine - C 
Bill Walker - E 
Bob PpIIpoiiiu n 



George Palahunik - G 

1955 Mike Sandusky - T 
Jack Davis • G 

Frank Tamburello - QB 
Ed Heuring - T 

1956 Mike Sandusky ■ T 
Jack Davis ■ G 
Gene Alderton - C 

1957 Rod Breedlove ■ G 
Ed Cooke - E 
Gene Alderton - C 

1958 Rod Breedlove ■ G 
Fred Cole ■ T 

1959 Rod Breedlove - G 
Jim Joyce - FB 
Gary Collins - E 
Tom Gunderman - G 
Kurt Schwarz - T 

1960 Gary Collins - E 
Dale Betty • QB 

1961 Bob Hacker • C 

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

1965 Bob Sullivan - DB 

1969 Ralph Sonntag - OT 

1970 Guy Roberts ■ DE 

1972 Paul Vellano • DG 
Bob Smith - DB 

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

1974 Louis Carter - HB 
Steve Mike-Mayer - K 
Stan Rogers - OT 
Bob Smith - DB 
Harry Walters - LB 



Walter White - TE 

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

1976 Brad Carr - LB 
Ed Fulton ■ OG 
Mark Manges - QB 
Ken Roy - DB 
Tom Schick-OT 
Larry Seder - DG 
Ted Klaube - DG 
Steve Atkms - TB 
Charles Johnson - DT 
Bruce Palmer - DG 
Lloyd Burruss • DB 
Charlie Wysocki ■ TB 
Larry Stewart - OT 
Charlie Wysocki - TB 
Lloyd Burruss - DB 
Marlin Van Horn - DG 
Jess Atkinson • K 
Mark Duda- QT 
"Boomer" Esiason 
Dave Pacella - OT 
John Tice - TE 
Jess Atkinson - K 
Clarence Baldwin 
"Boomer" Esiason 
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 



1977 
1978 



1979 



1980 



1982 



1983 



QB 



DB 
QB 



Len Lynch - OG 
Bruce Mesner - DG 

1985 Rick Badanjek - FB 
Al Covington - DB 
Keeta Covington - DB 
Ferrell Edmunds • TE 
Chuck Faucetle - LB 
Len Lynch - OG 

J. D. Maarleveld - OT 
Bruce Mesner - DG 

1986 Chuck Faucette - LB 
Bruce Mesner - DG 
Keeta Covington - DB 
Ferrell Edmunds - TE 

1987 Ferrell Edmunds - TE 
Kevin Walker - LB 

1988 Matt D'Amico - LB 
Ben Jefferson - OT 
Dan Plocki - K 
Warren Powers - DT 
Scott Saylor - LB 

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 - QT 

Football Writers 
Association 

First Team 

1961 Gary CoUms - E 
1974 Randy White - DT 
1976 Joe Campbell - DT 
1979 Dale Castro - K 




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baUback 



83 



All-Time NFL Roster 




Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof 


WR 


Kansas City (1988- 


Steve Mike-Mayer K 


San Francisco (1975-76), Detroit 


Dick Absher 


LB-K 


Washington (1967), Atlanta (1967- 
68), NewQrleans (1969-71), 






(1977). New Orleans (1978), 
Baltimore (1979-80) 






Philadelphia (1972) 


James Milling 


WR 


Atlanta (1988- 


John Alderton 


DE 


Pittsburgh (1953) 


Charlie Mills 


FB 


Buffalo(1920) 


Steve Adkins 


RB 


Green Bay (1979-81) 


Stan Mills 


HB-E 


Akron (1924) 


O'Brien Alston 


LB 


Indianapolis Colts (1988- 


Dick Modzelewski DT 


Washington (1953-54), Pittsburgh 


Jess Atkinson 


K 


NY Giants (1985), St Louis 
(1985), Washington (1986-87) 






(1955), NY Giants (1956-63), 
Cleveland (1964-66) 


Bob Avellini 


QB 


Chicago Bears (1975-84), NY Jets 


Ed Modzelewski FB 


Pittsburgh (1952), Cleveland 






(1984) 






(1955-56) 


Rick Badanjek 


FB 


Washington (1986) 


Tommy Mont 


OB 


Washington (1947-49) 


Dick Bielski 


FB-TE-K 


Philadelphia (1955-59), Dallas (1960- 
61), Baltimore (1962-63) 


Bob Morgan 


T 


Chicago Cardinals (1954), 
Washington (1954) 


Alvin Blount 


RB 


Dallas (1987) 


Joe Moss 


T 


Washington (1952) 


Rod Breedlove 


LB 


Washington (1960-64), Pittsburgh 


Chip Myrtle 


LB 


Denver (1967-72), San Diego (1974) 






(1965-67) 


Ed Nickla 


G 


Chicago (1959) 


Brooke Brewer 


HB 


Cleveland (1921), Akron (1922) 


Dick Nolan 


DB 


NY Giants (1954-57; 1959- 


Donald Brown 


DB 


Miami (1986), San Diego(1986) 






61). Chicago Cardinals (1958). Dallas 


Tom Brown 


S 


Green Bay (1964-68), Washington 






(1962) 






(1969) 


Jack Norris 


E 


Staten Island (1932) 


Lloyd Burruss 


s 


Kansas City (1981- 


Neal Olkewicz 


LB 


Washington (1979- 


Harry Butsko 


LB 


Washmgton (1963) 


Dave Pacella 


G-C 


Philadelphia(1984) 


Joe Campbell 


DE 


New Qrleans (1977-78), Oakland 


Al Pastrana 


QB 


Denver (1969-70) 






(1979-81) 


Bob Pellegrini 


LB 


Philadelphia (1956; 1958-61). 


Louis Carter 


RB 


Oakland (1975), Tampa Bay 






Washington (1962-65) 






(1976-78) 


Phil Perlo 


LB 


Houston (1960) 


Ted Chapman 


DL 


LA, Raiders (1987) 


Rob Raba 


TE 


NY Jets (1977-79), Baltimore 


Tom Chichowski 


T 


Denver (1967-68) 






(1980),Washington(1981) 


Fred Cole 


G 


LA Chargers (1960) 


Don Ratliff 


DE 


Philadelphia (1975) 


Gary Collins 


FL-P 


Cleveland (1962-71) 


Frank Reich 


QB 


Buffalo (1985- 


Lloyd Colteryahn 


E 


Baltimore (1954-56) 


Guy Roberts 


LB 


Houston (1972-75), Atlanta (1976), 


George Colton 


G 


New England (1987) 






Miami (1977) 


Ed Cooke 


DE 


Chicago Bears (1958), Philadelphia 


Walter Rock 


T 


San Francisco (1963-67), Washington 
(1968-73) 






(1958), Baltimore (1959), NY Titans 










(1960-62), NY Jets (1963), Denver 


Stan Rogers 


T 


Denver (1975) 






(1964-65), Miami (1966-67) 


Mike Sandusky 


T-G 


Pittsburgh (1957-65) 


Jim Corcoran 


QB 


Boston (1968) 


Jack Scarbath 


QB 


Washington (1953-54). Pittsburgh 


Dave Crossan 


C 


Washington (1965-69) 






(1956) 


Dave D'Addio 


RB 


Detroit (1984) 


Ken Schroy 


S 


NY Jets (1977-84) 


Jack Davis 


G 


Boston (1960) 


John Schultz 


WR 


Denver (1976-78) 


Mark Duda 


DT 


St, Louis (1983-85) 


Ben Scotti 


DB 


Washington (1959-61), Philadelphia 


Ferrell Edmunds 


TE 


Miami (1988- 






(1962-63), San Francisco (1964) 


Boomer Esiason 
Chuck Faucette 


OB 

LB 


Cmcinnati (1984- 
San Diego (1987- 


Dick Shiner 


QB 


Washington (1964-66), Cleveland 
(1967), Pittsburgh (1968-69). NY 
Giants (1970), Atlanta (1971, 1973), 


Ralph Felton 


LB 


Washmgton (1954-60), Buffalo 






New England (1973-74) 






(1961-62) 


Roger Shoals 


T 


Cleveland (1963-64), Detroit (1965- 


Andy Fletcher 


FB 


Buffalo (1920) 






70), Denver (1971) 


Ed Fullerton 


DB 


Pittsburgh (1953) 


Eric Sievers 


TE 


San Diego (1981-88), New England 


Ed Fulton 


G 


LA Rams (1978), Buffalo (1979) 






(1989- 


Lou Gambino 


HB 


Baltimore (1948-49) 


Jerry Snyder 


HB 


NY Giants (1929), Staten Island 


Stan Gelbaugh 


QB 


Buffalo (1986- 






(1930) 


Kevin Glover 


C 


Detroit (1985- 


Ron Solt 


G 


Indianapolis (1984-88), Philadelphia 


Tony Greene 


CB 


Buffalo (1971-79) 






(1988) 


Chet Hanulak 


HB 


Cleveland (1954, 1957) 


John Tice 


TE 


New Orleans (1983- 


Don Healy 


T 


Chicago (1958-59), Dallas (1960- 


Mike Tice 


TE 


Seattle (1981-88), Washington (1989- 






61), Buffalo (1962) 


Steve Trimble 


DB 


Denver (1981-83) 


Bo Hickey 


RB 


Denver (1967) 


Billy Van Heusen SEP 


Denver (1968-76) 


Rick Jennings 


WR 


Oakland (1976-77). Tampa Bay 


Ed Vereb 


HB 


Washington (1960) 






(1977), San Francisco (1977) 


Kevin Walker 


LB 


Cincinnati (1988- 


Charles Johnson 


NT 


Green Bay (1979-80, 1983) 


Ron Waller 


HB-KR LA Rams (1955-58), LA Chargers | 


Stan Jones 


G-T-DT 


Chicago Bears (1954-65), 






(1960) 






Washington (1966) 


Randy White 


DT-LB Dallas (1975-88) | 


Vince Kinney 


WR 


Denver (1978-79) 


Walter White 


TE 


Kansas City (1975-79) 


Bill Kirchiro 


G 


Baltimore (1962) 


Eric Wilson 


LB 


Buffalo (1985- 


Pete Koch 


DE 


Cincinnati (1984), Kansas City (1985- 


Tim Wilson 


RB-TE Houston (1977-82). New Orleans | 






88), LA, Raiders (1989-) 






(1983-84) 


Ray Krouse 


DT 


NY Giants (1951-55), Detroit (1956- 


Elmer Wingate 


DE 


Baltimore (1953) 






57), Baltimore (1958-59), 


John Wright 


FB 


Baltimore (1947) 






Washington (1960) 


Kervin Wyatt 


LB 


NY Giants (1980) 


Pete Ladygo 
John Lookabaugh 


G 

E 


Pittsburgh (1952. 1954) 
Washington (1946-47) 










1989 NFL DRAFT 1 1 


J.D. Maarleveld 


T 


Tampa Bay (1986-87) 




J.B. Brown - M 


ami (Free Agent) 


Mark Manges 


QB 


St. Louis (1978) 




Matt D'Amico • 


Cincinnati (Free Agent) 


Larry Marshall 


KR-DB 


Kansas City (1972-73), 
Minnesota (1974), Philadelphia 
(1974-77), LA Rams (1978) 




Ben Jefferson • 
Vernon Joines 


Indianapolis (Free Agent) 
Cleveland (5th Round) 


Jim Meade 


FB 


Washington (1939-40) 




Dan Plocki • Cleveland (11th Round) | | 


Bruce Mesner 


DT 


Buffalo (1987- 




Warren Powers 


- Denver (2nd Round) 










Irvin Smith - NY Jets (Free Agent) | | 










Chad Sydnor - 


Ilhicago (Free Agent) 











84 



Maryland Athletic HaU of Fame 




Uiitz Bn'wt't 

The Athletic Hall of Fame 
was founded in 1982 by the M 
Club Foundation as a joint 
project of the Department of In- 
tercollegiate Athletics and the M 
Club. The first committee was 
organized by then Athletic Di- 
rector Dick Dull and consisted of 
outstanding Terrapin athletes 
and coaches Jack Faber (Class 
of 1926). Tom Fields (Class of 
1942). Al Heagy (Class of 1930), 
Jim Kehoe (Class of 1940) and 
Jack Scarbath (Class of 1952) 
Arthur L. Kramer (Class of 
1942). a letterwmner in tennis, 
was particularly important in 
the founding of the Hall of 
Fame. 

Among the qualifications for 
nominees are being out of 
school at least 10 years, having 
earned a minimum of one var- 
sity letter, and if not an under- 
graduate athlete, being a De- 
partment of Intercollegiate 
Athletics staff member for at 
least 15 years. Nominees will be 
udged on personal conduct in 
life and their contributions to 
the high ideals of intercollegiate 
athletics 

Those selected to the Hall of 
Fame are inducted at the M 
Club's Sports Awards Banquet, 
held annually on campus in De- 
cember. Presently on the Selec- 
tion Committee are Bill Camp- 
bell, Frank Cronin, Al Heagy. 
Jack Faber, Jim Kehoe, Sully 
Krouse and Doyle Royal, all of 
whom were long-term coaches 
at the University. In addition, 
former Terrapin athletes Bosey 
Berger (three varsity sports). 
Jack Scarbath (two varsity 
sports). Jack Flynn (M Club Di- 
rector and two varsity sports), 
and Arthur Kramer (ong varsity 
sport and alumni representative) 
serve. Completing the Commit- 
tee are Athletic Director Lew 
Perkins and Sports Information 
Dnector Herb Hartnett. 



Hill Giickcyson 

The Hall of Fame 

1982 inductees 

Louis W. Berger 32. football, 
basketball, baseball 

"Joseph C. Burger '25, football 
basketball, lacrosse 

•Harry C. Byrd '08, football, 
track and field, baseball, 
coach 

Arthur E Cook, rifle (Olympic 
Champion) 

•Geary F Eppley '21, football, 
track and field, coach 

•John W. Guckeyson '36, foot- 
ball, basketball, track and 
field, baseball 

Charles E. Keller '37, basket- 
ball, baseball 

'Frederick C Linkous '28, 
football, basketball, 
lacrosse 

•Charles L. Mackert '21, foot- 
ball, coach 

•James G. Meade '39, football, 
lacrosse 

•Julius J. Radice '30. football, 
basketball, baseball 

•H. Burton Shipley '14. football, 
basketball, baseball, coach 

•William C. Supplee '26, foot- 
ball, basketball, track and 
field 

1983 inductees 

•George V Chalmers '32, football 
basketball, baseball 

•William W. Evans '30, foot- 
ball, basketball, lacrosse 

John E. Faber, Jr. '26, basket- 
ball, lacrosse, coach 

Norwood S. Sothoron '35, foot- 
ball, basketball, baseball, la- 
crosse 

1984 inductees 

•Caleb "Zeke" Bailey '22, foot- 
ball, baseball 

•Brooke "Untz " Brewer '22. 
football, track and field 

John F. Christhilf '36, 
lacrosse 



Ri>y Popiiclman 



William W. Cobey '30, Direc- 
tor of Athletics 

•Joseph H. Deckman '31, 
lacrosse, football 

•Charles F. Ellinger '37. foot- 
ball, lacrosse 

Albert B. Heagy '30, football, 
basketball, lacrosse, coach 

Frederick M. Hewitt '39, foot- 
ball, lacrosse 

John F. Kelly '37, lacrosse 

'Ivan M Marty '24, lacrosse 

•William G. "Country" Morris 
'13, football, baseball 

John C. Norns '32, football, 
basketball, lacrosse 

•Edwin E. Powell '13, 
lacrosse 

•Gordon S, Pugh '32. 
lacrosse 

John C. Scarbath '52. football, 
lacrosse 

•Gerald "Snitz" Snyder '29. 
football, lacrosse 

•James M. Tatum. football 
coach 

Reginald Van Trump Truitt 
'14. lacrosse, coach 

Robert Ward '52. football, 
coach 

Albert W. Woods 33. football, 
coach 

1985 inductees 

Frank H. Cronin '39, track and 

field, boxing, coach 
John F. "Tony" Hough '25, 

football, lacrosse 
•Thomas J. McQuade '24, 

football, lacrosse 
Pershmg L Mondorff '41, 

football, basketball, baseball, 

soccer 
•Kenneth T Knode '16, football 

baseball 
•Harry Edwin Semler '22. 

football, basebaill 

1986 inductees 

Benny Alperstein '39. boxing 



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Francis A. "Bucky" Buscher 
'34. football, basketball, 
baseball 

James R. Kappler '57, 
lacrosse 

James H. Kehoe, Jr. '40, track 
and field, cross country, 
coach, athletic director 

•Jesse J Krajovic '31, football, 
track and field 

John W. Zane '60, sports infor- 
mation director, 
assistant athletic director 

1987 inductees 

Thomas M Fields '42, track 
and field, cross country 

William E Krouse '41, football, 
wrestling, coach 

Thomas A. Mont '47. football, 
basketball, lacrosse, coach 

•George W. Knepley '39. bas- 
ketball, baseball 

•Howard V Keene '21, base- 
baU 

Charles E. Wicker '56, 
lacrosse, soccer 

1988 inductees 

Clayton A. Beardmore '62, la- 
crosse, coach 

Bernard J Faloney '53, football, 
baseball 

John D. Gilmore, Jr. '43, foot- 
ball, basketball, track and 
field, boxing 

Herman A. Millikan, basketball 
coach 

Raymond J Poppelman '33, 
football, lacrosse 

Doyle P. Royal '43, tennis, 
soccer, coach 

•Victor G. Willis '37, football, 
basketball, baseball 

1 •Deceased 



85 



College Football Hall of Fame 



IIM TATUM 

By Frank Bertucci 

The eight-column banner 
headline across the top of the 
front page of The Washington 
Post of Jan. 9, 1956 read: 

"Tatum Goes to North Car- 
olina" 

With two subheads: "42 
Year-Old Coach Posted Record 
of 73-15-4, Had Five Bowl 
Teams" "Jim Leaves Maryland; 
Signs Pact for 10 Years" 

At the top of that front page 
was this tag for another story: 
"Ike Hints at Tentative 
Decision" 

Maybe Jim Tatum outhead- 
hned The President of the 
United States because he had 
made his decision, while Mr. 
Eisenhower wasn't making his 
decision to run for reelection 
public yet. Or maybe Jim Tatum, 
and his Maryland football teams 
of the early 1950s were really 
The Big Story around the Na- 
tion's Capital 

In a brief time as a college 
football head coach, one season 
at North Carolina (1942. 5-2-2), 
one at Oklahoma (1946, 8-3, Ga- 
tor Bowl victory over North 
Carolina State), nine years at 
Maryland (194755, 73-15-4, 2-2-1 
m bowl games), Jim Tatum had 
become a coaching legend. In- 
deed, if he had lived longer than 
46 years, and coached past 
those last three years at North 
Carolina (14-15-1). he may have 
been remembered as vividly as 
the man who replaced him at 
OKlahoma (Bud Wilkinson) or 
the man who coached Maryland 
two years before he arrived 
(Paul "Bear" Bryant). 

Talk with some of his former 
Maryland players, more than 30 
years after any of them played 
tor him. and you'll realize the 
effect he had on them, and on 
college football. "He and Vince 
Lombardi could have been 
brothers," said Jack Scarbath, 
College Hall of Fame quarter- 
back (1950-52). "His was proba- 
bly the forerunner of the organ- 
ized practice that is still used 
today. An individual player was 
never still. He'd blow his whis- 
tle and you'd move to another 
drill. The players were always 
on the move." 

"Coach Tatum was a master 
coach," said Bob Ward, a Hall- 
of-Fame lineman (1948-51) 
whom Tatum called "the great- 
est little player I've ever seen." 



"He (Tatum) knew how to re- 
cruit, and how to handle us 
roughnecks." Ward said. "He 
was extremely organized, a born 
coach." 

"It's a shame he never got 
into coaching professional foot- 
ball," said Dick (Little Mo) Mod- 
zelewski, Outland Award winner 
as a senior in 1952, himself an 
assistant coach with five NFL 
teams, "He had no favorites. He 
knew how to motivate us, and 
was always very organized." 

"He assembled unbelievable 
teams at Maryland," said Bob 
Pelligrini (1953-55). co-captam of 
Tatum's last Maryland team. 
"Those teams looked like Miami 
or Oklahoma do today. He put 
Maryland on the map. He was 
quotable, magnetic, with a cer- 
tain flair." 

Dick Bielski co-captained Ta- 
tum's National Championship 
team of 1953, and had the most 
unique relationship with the 
coach of any of the former Terra- 
pin players. He lived with him 
during his freshman year at 
Maryland. 

"I wasn't much of a football 
player in high school (Patterson 
Park in Baltimore) until my se- 
nior year," he remembered. 
"Southern Cal was m town for a 
game with Navy, and the South- 
ern Cal coaches invited me to 
eat with the team before the 
game It was really a big deal. I 
fell in love with those maroon 
jackets those Southern Cal guys 
had, and I decided that was it, I 
was going to college in Califor- 
nia. 

"Coach Tatum found out 
about this and gave my mother 
a song-and-dance about being 
3000 miles from home. And after 
talking with him. she told me 
"You're going to Maryland.' 

"Well, use was going to give 
me a full scholarship, room-and- 
board off campus, and send my 
scholarship money home. Coach 
Tatum told my mom I could live 
at his house, and he'd send the 
scholarship money to her. 

"So I lived with Coach and his 
family during my freshman year. 
We would have breakfast 
together, then he would drive to 
school and I would walk. If he 
did drive me in, he would let me 
out of his car a few blocks be- 
fore we got there. I understood 



that. The other players knew 
about my situation, but Coach 
wouldn't show any favoritism, 
or let anyone think there was." 

Tatum's teams from 1950- 
1955 were 51-8-2. with a perfect 
10-0 record and Sugar Bowl vic- 
tory in 1951, and 10-0 regular- 
season records in 1953 and 1955 
before both teams were upset 
by Oklahoma in the Orange 
Bowl. And those three teams 
seemingly never had close 
games. The 1951 team 
outscored its opponents by 381- 
75; m 1953 it was Maryland 
298-Opponents 38; 1955, Terra- 
pins 217-Others 77 That aver- 
ages to Maryland 28-Opponents 
5.8. "I don't ever remember be- 
ing down by more than seven 
points in any game," said Scar- 
bath. "We never had a lot of 
changing or adjusting to do be- 
cause we were always ahead." 

"I don't think Coach Tatum 
was a good sideline coach," 
said Ward, "but we were 
always so well prepared, we 
just didn't allow a lot of points 
to the other team." 

"I remember during one 
game, we were down at the 
half." Bielski said. "We knew 
we were going to get a chewing 
out. You could hear his 
footsteps in the hallway, and 
you knew he was coming." 

"Well, five minutes go by, 
then 10, and there's no coaches 
at all in the dressing room. 
Twelve, 13, 14 minutes and the 
officials come in and tell us to 
get on the field. 

"Coach Tatum walked right 
out the door and never said a 
word to us. That was his half- 
time speech ... nothing at all. Of 
course, we went out and won 
the game. 

"Whenever he said 
something it carried a lot of 
weight. He didn't do it with fire- 
and-brimstone, he was no Knute 
Rockne. He was a winner." 

All of the former Terps re- 
member Tatum as a man they 
could talk to when they needed 
it. 

"You knew you could go to 
him for advice, " said Modze- 
lewski. "He looked after us for 
our education. He made sure we 
got an education along with the 
playing time." 



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"One of my best friends at 
Maryland was Ed Vereb 
(starting quarterback on the 
1955 team)," said Pelligrini. "He 
wanted to go to dental school 
and I remember Coach Tatum 
telling him that no matter what 
happened on the field, if he 
wanted to go to med school 
he'd (Tatum) help him." Mary- 
land's teams have yet to regain 
the national heights of Jim Ta- 
tum's teams of the early 1950s. 
His teams' records tell all about 
him as a coach, his former play- 
ers tell all about him as a per- 
son. 

"He would always take the 
blame when things went 
wrong, but he was good at giv- 
ing out praise, " said Scarbath, 
"especially in front of the 
press." 

Jim Tatum died in July, 1959 
after contacting a "mystery 
virus" while in Canada. (The 
virus was later determined to 
be Rocky Mountain Fever.) In 
1984, his name was added to 
the National Football Founda- 
tion College Hall of Fame lists, 
along with two of his former 
Maryland players, Bob Ward 
and Jack Scarbath. 

He left Maryland to become 
head coach at his alma mater. 
North Carolina, saying. "I leave 
Maryland with mixed emotions. 
Like the King of England when 
he abdicated the throne for the 
woman he loved." 

And he replaced the Presi- 
dent of the United States on the 
front page of The Washington 
Post. 



86 



College Football Hall of Fame 



BOB WARD 

By Frank Bertucci 

"Bob Ward is tlie ciiealest 
liltle player, ounce foi ounce, 
I've ever seen." Jim Taium. 
Head Coach. University of Mary- 
land 

Not "pound-for-pound". but 
"ounce-for-ounce. " 

Bob Ward weighed all of 185 
pounds throughout his four-year 
playing career at Maryland, and 
even in the early 1950s that was 
no size for a lineman. Especially 
a lineman who was a first-team 
All-American middle guard on 
defense as a junior in 1950. and 
a first-team All American offen- 
sive guard as a senior in 1951. 

"I was taught to play both 
ways," said Ward, who was 
voted Most Valuable Player by 
his teammates in each of his 
four years at Maryland "I 
started every game but one in 
four years, and that was 
because of a minor injury I 
could have started that game. 
too. I always thought I was a 
very consistent player. My forte 
was consistency." 

The forte of the Maryland 
teams of the early 1950s was 
consistency, a winning consis- 
tency. Bob Ward's four teams 
were a combined 32-7-1. win- 
ning two bowl games (1949 Ga- 
tor over Missouri. 1951 Sugar 
over Tennessee to complete a 
perfect 10-0 season). And Bob 
Ward was the heart and soul of 
those teams. 

The college teams of the late 
1940s were a mixture of Army 
veterans and teenagers just out 
of high school. The flourishing 
service football teams were a 
fertile source for college recruit- 
ers. 

Bob Ward was an Army para- 
trooper after the war. and was 
stationed at Fort Benning. GA 
when he became a hot recruit 

"My hne coach at Fort Ben- 
ning was an ex-Alabama player. 
emd he steered me to Alabama." 
Ward remembered "I signed a 
letter of intent to go there, but I 
wasn't that keen on the idea. "I 
was discharged in January of 
1948, and went home (to Ehza- 
beth, NJ), when Coach latum 
called I changed my mind then, 
and decided to attend Maryland. 
I know I went to the right 
school for me." 

Veterans were permitted to 



play as freshmen at that time, so 
Ward moved right in to the de- 
fensive line 

"I think 1 had a God-given tal- 
ent to be a middle guard," he 
said. "Most of the good linemen 
at that time were quicker It was 
the era of transition from the 
single wing to the T formation, 
and you couldn't be a single 
wing guard and not be able to 
move." 

Jim Tatum's Maryland teams 
were at the forefront of that 
transition Maryland's split T of- 
fense was to become one of the 
most potent ot the early 1950s, 
opening up the field, gaining 
yardage and scoring 
touchdowns in record numbers. 
And Bob Ward led the defense. 
In his sophomore and junior sea- 
sons (1949-50), Maryland 
allowed two or more TDs in just 
eight of 20 games, and six of 
those eight games were Terra- 
pin victories. Bob Ward did not 
play in a losing game in his last 
15 games for Maryland 

"I think those Maryland teams 
from 1951-1955 were the 
school's best." said Ward, who 
was an assistant coach with the 
Terps for six years after his 
graduation. "Coach Tatum had 
some terrific teams. The '51 
team was a good team (10-0, 
Sugar Bowl champion), and the 
'53 team may have been better 
(10-1, National Champion de- 
spite an Orange Bowl upset loss 
to Oklahoma). We had a lot of 
good players. I'd have to say 
that that was the best era for 
Maryland football " 

Ask Bob Ward, or most of his 
teammates, for one game that 
stands out in their memory, and 
they bring up the Sugar Bowl of 
January 1. 1952. when the 9-0. 
3rd ranked Terrapins faced the 
top-ranked 10-0 Tennessee Vol- 
unteers. 

"Tennessee was No. 1, I think 
Michigan State was No. 2, and 
we were ranked third," Ward 
remembered. "We wanted to 
play Tennessee, and we didn't 
just beat them in that game, we 
killed them. 

"Our defense was awesome, 
our offense was moving the ball. 
Ed Modzelewski was ripping 
them up the middle. Ed Fuller- 
ton threw one TD pass, scored 
another and played both ways. 
Either one of them could have 
been MVP (Modzelewski was). 

"We just dommated the 
game. I think we set a record for 




penalties called in one game, 
we had one more TD called 
back. 

"And remember this was be- 
fore the Orioles and Colts. The 
entire state went crazy over 
us." 

One fact Bob Ward fails to 
mention about that game can be 
quoted from The Washington 
Post story of Morrie Siegel, 
which appeared on January 2, 
1952: "In a head to head battle 
between All American guards, 
Bobby Ward outplayed Ted Daf- 
fer from here to Knoxville and 
that's the chief reason Maryland 
smashed Tennessee and today 
IS being toasted down here as 
the Nation's real No. 1 team. 
Ward's terrific blocking, cen- 
tered all game on Daffer, practi- 
caly demolished the Vol lineman 
and opened the way for Mighty 
Mo Modzelewski and his pulver- 
izing smashes through the Vol 
line " 

The awards and honors 
earned by Bob Ward as a Mary- 
land player belie physical stat- 
ure, but speaik volumes about 
the man: 

-MVP of the 1949 Gator 

Bowl, Maryland's first bowl 

victory. 
-Only player ever to earn 

first team All-American 



honors as both an offensive 
and defensive position 
player. 
-Southern Conference 
Player-of-the-year as a se- 
nior. 
-Lineman-of-the-Year as cho- 
sen by the Washington 
Touchdown Club and the 
Philadelphia Sportswriters 
Association in 1951. 
Bob Ward's size finaly caught 
up with him after his senior 
season Even in the 1950s, a 
185-pound hneman did not fit 
the professional football mold. 
So he remained at Maryland as 
an assistant coach, eventually 
returning to his alma mater as 
head football coach for three 
seasons in the late 1960s. 

Dick Modzelewski. Little Mo, 
a teammate of Bob Ward's for 
two years at Maryland, an all- 
pro in the National Football 
League, and a long-time defen- 
sive Ime coach in the NFL re- 
membered his teammate this 
way: 

"Bobby Ward played with no 
face mask. He had no skm on 
his nose. He was tough. He was 
the kmd of player you would 
love to have as a coach. He al- 
ways worked hard " 

And he helped Maryland 
reach speaal heights on the 
football field. 



87 



College Football Hall of Fame 



lACK SCARBARTH 

By Frank Bertucci 

The story could have been 
taken from a Hollywood script of 
the 1930s. 

School president wants his 
school on the football map he 
visits his sister for a holiday, 
and takes in a high school foot- 
ball game. He likes what he 
sees of the star of the winning 
team, and invites him to his 
school ... the football player goes 
on to become an All-American 
quarterback and leads his team 
to the top of the national rank- 
ings. 

Hollywood B-movie, no doubt. 
But fill in a few names of real 
people and places. Dr. Harry C. 
Byrd ... Jack Scarbath ... Univer- 
sity of Maryland. And your 
movie becomes fact, no longer 
fiction. 

"It IS a true story," remem- 
bers Jack Scarbath, the quarter- 
back in question. "I was playing 
for Baltimore Poly against City 
College on Thanksgiving (1948). 
Dr. Byrd was visiting his sister 
and came to our game. He 
didn't come down on the field 
after the game and invite me to 
Maryland or anything like that, 
but I heard from the football 
staff not long after." 

Jack Scarbath probably repaid 
Dr. Byrd two years after that 
when he scored the first touch- 
down in the new Byrd Stadium, 
a 25-yard run, as the Terrapins 
won their first game of the 1950 
season, 35-21, over Navy. It was 
Jack Scarbath's first collegiate 
start. 

Maryland dominated the col- 
lege football scene in the early 
1950s. Head Coach Jim Tatum 
installed a new offense called 
the split T", and Jack Scarbath 
ran it to perfection. "It was a 
very new offense," Scarbath re- 
calls. "Most teams were still us- 
ing the single wing, and it was 
extremely difficult to defense 
our attack. As a split T quar- 
terback, I'd move behind the 
line and decide which way to go 
when I saw how the defense 
reacted. It wasn't a good offense 
if your team was far behind, but 
that didn't happen to us very 
often." 

In three years as Maryland's 
starting quarterback, Jack Scar- 
bath led the Terps to a 24-4-1 
record, with a memorable 28-13 
Sugar Bowl victory over Tennes- 
see capping a perfect 10-0 1951. 



The team had a 22-game 
unbeaten streak between the 
sixth game in 1950 and the 
eighth game of 1952, with 19 
consecutive victories over three 
seasons. During the streak, the 
Terps' split T offense scored 738 
points, an average of 33.5 per 
game, while the defense was 
allowing just 147 points (6.7 per 
game) Opponents scored more 
than seven points in ]ust four 
games during the streak. No, the 
Terps did not have many come- 
from-behind victories m those 
days 

And the split T quarterback 
was personally rewriting the 
Maryland recordbook. In three 
seasons, he completed 125 of 
260 passes for 2287 yards, an 
average of 18,3 yards for every 
reception, 22 of which were 
touchdowns. His 2938 yards of 
total offense was a new school 
record, as was the 35 TDs he 
was responsible for. His senior 
numbers of 1149 passing yards 
and 1386 total offense yards 
stood as school records for 10 
years, until Dick Shiner 
surpassed them m 1962. 

"Some of those records that 
those teams set, for one game or 
one season, lasted 20 years," he 
said. "You can see that we had 
some good teams." 

Like many of his former team- 
mates, Scarbath keeps the Sugar 
Bowl of New Year's Day, 1952 as 
a special memory. But there's 
one other which especially 
stands out for him, 

"Maryland football was just 
evolving from playing George 
Washington, Georgetown and 
Delaware, and was now sched- 
uling Navy and Georgia, Michi- 
gan State, Alabama and LSU," 
he said. "But the Michigan State 
game of my sophomore year was 
the one that put us on the map, 
so to speak." 

Michigan State, the No. 1 col- 
lege football team in the nation 
in 1949, had handed Maryland 
Its only loss that season, 14-7. 
The 1950 rematch was played at 
East Lansing, and Maryland and 
Its sophomore quarterback were 
off to a 1-1 start (loss to Georgia, 
wm over Navy m Byrd Stadium's 
first game). 

Our coaching staff did a tre- 
mendous job in preparing us for 
that game," he recalls. "In fact, 
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the easier games I ever had to 
call because of our preparation. 
We knew what to look for in 
their defense, and we took ad- 
vantage of everything we saw." 

The final score was Maryland 
34-Michigan State 7 

No bowl game followed that 
7-2-1 season, but the Sugar 
Bowl was waiting after a 9-0 
1951, when the Terps outscored 
opponents by 291 points 

"The previous spring. Gen- 
eral Neyland (Tennessee's leg- 
endary coach), had attended our 
practices to learn how to de- 
fense the split T," Scarbath re- 
members, "and ironically we 
wind up playing them in the 
Sugar Bowl. 

"We didn't know if they'd 
change from their normal de- 
fense to something special just 
for that game, but they didn't 
until the second half. By that 
time It was too late. They 
thought they could manhandle 
us but they couldn't. I think that 
our defense held their offense to 
minus yards running that day. 

"Personally the games with 
Navy were always special for 
me. I'm from Baltimore, and the 
Midshipmen were in our back- 
yard. I remember selling pro- 
grams at an Army-Navy game in 
Baltimore when I was in high 
school. It was a natural rivalry. 
We played them once m Byrd 
Stadium and twice in Baltimore 
(winning all three by 35-21, 40- 
22, 38-71," 



After his senior season, Jack 
Scarbath finished runner-up to 
Oklahoma's Billy 'Vessels m vot- 
ing for the Heisman Trophy, 
was a first team All-American 
quarterback, and a first-round 
draft choice of the Washington 
Redskins. He and Jim Tatum 
and Bob Ward and the Mod- 
zeleweski brothers-and Dr. 
Harry C. Byrd-had helped write 
a special chapter of the Mary- 
land football story. "I'm still 
very close to a lot of those 
guys," he said. "I roomed with 
Mo (Dick Modzelewski) and 
Bernie Faloney (who followed 
him at quaterback). And Bobby 
Ward was just a tremendous 
leader. He was as quick as a cat 
on the field. And I don't think 
ayone else has ever been an 
AllAmerican as both an offen- 
sive and a defensive player 

"And Coach Tatum ran the 
show, no ifs, ands or buts." 

In 1983, Jack Scarbath be- 
came the second Maryland foot- 
ball player inducted into the 
National Football Foundation 
College Hall of Fame, joining 
Bob Ward. His number "62" 
was retired, along with the 
"28" of Ward, and the "94 " of 
Randy White, 

It may have been a hard-to- 
believe Hollywood script, but 
Jack Scarbath's Maryland story 
was true. 



Outland Award 



DICK MODZELEWSKI 

By Fidiik Ueitiicci 

The name has almost always 
been a part of him, 

"Little Mo" 

Through three All-Amencan 
years at Maryland, and 14 all- 
pro years m the National Foot- 
ball League, Dick Modzelewski 
was always Little Mo, 

At 6-0. 235 pounds during his 
playing days at Maryland he 
was one of the bigger collegiate 
linemen of the early 1950s But 
he was the second Mo at Mary- 
land, so he had to be "Little" to 
his older brother Ed, "Big Mo," 

"I wasn't sure about coming 
to Maryland after high school," 
Modzelewski said, "I was all set 
to go to the University of Cincin- 
nati where Sid Gillman and Paul 
Dietzel were coaching. My 
brother Ed was at Maryland al- 
ready (a year ahead of Dick), 
and I wanted to do things on my 
own. to show what I could do, 

"But then my family got into 
it, and I realized it wouldn't be 
so bad, Jim Tatum and his as- 
sistants were super recruiters. 
They recruited a lot of us from 
western Pennsylvania, " 

So Dick was off for College 
Park, and since there was al- 
ready one Mo there, an older 
Mo, the pair became Big Mo and 
Little Mo, Ed, Big Mo. was a 
powerful fullback, who would 
eventually be the Most Valuable 
Player of the 1951 Sugar Bowl 
victory over Tennessee, and he 
became Mighty Mo. after the 
battleship of the same title, (A 
third Modzelewski followed his 
older brothers to College Park; 
he would become "No Mo,") 

Dick Modzelewski played 
three years as a defensive tackle 
lor the Terrapins, on the great 
le.iius which were 24-4-1 He 
would become Maryland's first 
winner of a major national honor 
when he earned the Outland 
Trophy as the nation's top line- 
man for 1952, But he admits 
that his first on-field experience 
at Maryland did not lead him to 
thmk he would be an 
All-Amencan. let alone a starter, 

"The freshmen scrimmaged 
against the varsity at the end of 
practice before the start of the 
season (1949). and I lined up 
against Bob Waird, " he remem- 
bered. 

Ward weighed all of 185 
pounds, but was regarded as 



one of the best collegiate line- 
men of his time. He is still the 
only player to be a first team AU- 
Ainerican as a defensive player 
one year, and an offensive 
player the next, 

"Well, I'm bigger than he is," 
Modzelewski went on, "So I 
thought I'd be able to handle 
this guy. He kicked the hell out 
of me, pushed me all over the 
place. That settled me down m a 
hurry," 

Like most of the players of the 
early 1950s, Modzelewski con- 
siders the 1951 Sugar Bowl tri- 
umph over Tennessee as Mary- 
land's finest hour, especialy in 
his case since his brother Ed 
was the game's MVP, But there 
were other games which had 
special personal meaning for 
him, 

"The Michigan State game of 
my sophomore year (1950) was a 
big game for me and my 
brother," he said, "It was at 
Michigan State, and a whole 
tramload of our relatives were 
coming up (to East Lansing) for 
the game. The game was writ- 
ten up like Michigan State 
would tear us apart. We were 
lefened to as a farm team. 

"Michigan State had one 
player from a rival high school of 
mine in western Pennsylvania, 
My team (West Natrona) had 
nevei beaten his team in four 
yenis in high school, and I really 
wanted to beat this guy now. 
Well, Jim Tatum fired all of us 
up pretty good. We had a big 
win," 

The big win was by 34-7 over 
the reigning national champion. 
That game certainly put Mary- 
land on college football's map, A 
16-13 loss to North Carolina 
State two games later would be 
the last for Dick Modzelewski 
and his teammates for over two 
years, an unbeaten streak of 22 
games, including 19 consecutive 
victories. 

"Jim Tatum treated every- 
body like family." Modzelewski 
said. "He had no favorites. He 
was in complete control of the 
team. 

" There were 15 or 16 of us 
from western Pennsylvania on 
that Sugar Bowl team, I think 
Jim Tatum and his staff were 
the first of the great recruiters. 
Jack Hennemeier (assistant 




Jack Scarbath. Jim Tatum. Dick Modzelewski 



coach) would be around so of- 
ten everybody knew who he 
was when he was recruiting, " 

The other game Modzelewski 
likes to remember was during 
his senior year (1952). against 
Navy, 

"They had this AU-American 
lineman named (Larry) Eisen- 
hower," he said. "I played 
against him head-to head, and 
didn't do too well in the first 
half. The coaches put the spark 
into me at half time, and I had a 
field day in the second half (of a 
38-7 Terrapin win) " 

At the end if his senior sea- 
son. Dick Modzelewski was 
named to every AU-American 
team, and was awarded the 
Outland Trophy, He was a 
second-round draft choice of the 
Washington Redskins; his team- 
mate quarterback Jack Scarbath 
had been the Redskms' first 
choice. Since then, he has spent 
his life in the National Football 
League, splitting 14 playing sea- 
sons with the Redskms. Pitts- 
burgh Steelers. becommg an 
all-pro with the New York Gi- 
ants and Cleveland Browns, 
playing on NFL champions with 
the Giants (1956) and Browns 
(1964). After his retirement as a 
player. Modzelewski became a 
defensive Ime coach, helping 



the 1982 Cincinnati Bengals 
into the Super Bowl, And he 
still holds his former Maryland 
coach Jim Tatum m high es- 
teem. 

"It's a shame he never got 
into coaching professional foot- 
ball," Mo said "He was very 
organized, he knew how to mo- 
tivate his players. He knew the 
offense and the defense. Those 
coaches got us thinking about 
the game plan and fired us up 
We went after teams from the 
beginning of the game " 

"I still think those teams 
were Maryland's best. In that 
Sugar Bowl game, we held 
Hank Lauricella to minus one 
yard rushing. The Maryland 
teams could do that to 
anybody," 

Through the 22-g£ime 
unbeaten streak, the Little Mo 
Modzelewski-led defense al- 
lowed oruy 147 pomts, with 
only four teams scoring better 
thsm one touchdown, and six 
bemg shut out. In his three sea- 
sons, the Terrapms were 
beaten only four times. 

But because of his big 
brother. Dick Modzelewski will 
always be remembered as 
"Little Mo"; It's only a 
nickname, but it was never on 
target. 



89 



Outland Award, Lombardi Award 



RANDY WHITE 

By Frank Bertucci 

When Randy White arrived at 
Maryland as a freshman in the 
fall of 1971, he was not heralded 
as the beginning of a new age 
for Maryland football. 

But by the time his playing 
career as a Terrapin had ended 
he was regarded as one of the 
best college linemen of all time. 

Maryland's football fortunes 
had waned since the mid-1950s 
and Jim Tatum's all-conquering 
teams. There had been just 
three winning seasons in 15 
years. Randy White was just a 
good-looking lineman in the 
1971 freshman team, while the 
varsity was going 2-9 for the 
second year in a row. 

Then Jerry Claiborne became 
Maryland's head coach before 
Randy White's sophomore year. 
Good fortune was about to re- 
turn to Terrapin football, and 
the leader would be, of all posi- 
tions, a defensive tackle. 

"My first look at Randy White 
was of a player with good speed 
and movement, but of someone 
who wanted to be a better 
player," Claiborne said. 

"When I arrived at Maryland, 
I talked to all of the players indi- 
vidually," he said. "I asked 
Randy if he wanted to be an All- 
American, and he said yes. I 
told him he could be one of the 
five best linemen in the U.S. if 
he wanted to, but he had to re- 
alize how much work that 
would take. 

"The ability was naturally 
there, but he was a worker. He 
never missed any time in the 
weightroom, and he made him- 
self bigger and faster. By the 
time he was a senior, he was as 
fast as some offensive backs I 
had coached." 

In the early 1970s, Randy 
White changed the look of foot- 
ball's defensive lines. At Mary- 
land, and later in an all-pro Na- 
tional Football League career 
with the Dallas Cowboys, he 
was regarded as the quickest 
defensive lineman to play the 
game. He could be m an oppo- 
nent's backfield before a quar- 
terback could make a handoff. 
Fifteen years after he played his 
last game at Maryland he still 
held the season record for tack- 
les in the opponents' backfield 
(24). 

In White's sophomore season, 
Maryland was 5-5-1, its first 500 



season in eight years. In his jun- 
ior year of 1973, the Terrapins 
were 8-4, 5-1 in the Atlantic 
Coast Conference, and played in 
the Peach Bowl against Georgia, 
Maryland's first bowl appear- 
ance since the 1955 team had 
played in the Orange Bowl. 

And Randy White was begin- 
ning to be noticed. He was cho- 
sen first-team all-ACC, and his 
name appeared in several AU- 
American listings. 

White had a lot to live up to 
going into the 1974 season. He 
was an unanimous AllAmerican 
selection, on the cover of pre- 
season magazines, even on the 
cover of Maryland's football 
guide. 

He told a Washington Post 
writer early in that season: "I 
haven't got time for anything 
else but football. I love it more 
than anything else m life. I like 
everything about it, the hitting, 
the competition. You know, it's 
fun. It's what I want to do." 

But Maryland's season began 
with losses to Alabama and Flor- 
ida. The season turned the next 
week, a 24-12 ACC victory over 
North Carolina. It was four more 
weeks before another team 
would score at all against Randy 
White and the Terrapin defense. 
The only other regularseason 
loss would be to Penn State; 
Maryland had an 8-3 regular 
season, and its first outright 
ACC title ever. In 11 games, the 
defense had five shutouts, and 
allowed just 35 points in its 
eight wins. 

And then Randy White 
cleaned up the awards plate. 
Outland and Lombardi Tropies 
as the top collegiate lineman 
ACC Player-of-theYear ... unani- 
mous first team All-Amencan ... 
Delaware's (his home state) 
Athlete-of-the-Year ... Philadel- 
phia Sportswriters Amateur Ath- 
lete-of-the-Year. You name the 
award and Randy White's name 
was engraved on it. "He was the 
best player that 1 ever coached," 
said Claiborne 14 years after he 
last coached Randy White. "In 
his prime he was as good as 
anybody who ever played defen- 
sive hne, college or pro." 

"I'll never forget one play 
against Clemson. They have a 
fourth-and-goal at our one yard 
line. They run a dive play be- 
hind their offensive guard. Our 



MARYLAND FOOTBALL 1974 




LOUIS CARTCR 

All . ACC 



defensive line, including Randy, 
IS slanting in the other direc- 
tion. It's a touchdown. But 
Randy was so fast, he cut back 
and still stopped the play. Clem- 
son had run a perfect play and 
Randy had stopped it. Their 
coach. Red Parker, told me af- 
terward that he didn't see how 
it was humaniy possible for 
anybody to make that play." 

The 1974 Terps went to the 
Liberty Bowl, where a late Ten- 
nessee touchdown gave the 
Vols a 7-3 win in Memphis. But 
Randy White was named Player- 
of-the-Game. 

A first-round draft choice of 
the Dallas Cowboys, the second 
player selected in the entire 
draft. White was an all-pro per- 
former throughout his career, 
and shared Super Bowl MVP 
honors with Dallas teammate 
Harvey Martin when the Cow- 
boys defeated Denver in Super 
Bowl XII. 



White and Dick Modzelewski, 
both recipients of the Outland 
Trophy, are the only Maryland 
players to be voted individual 
post-season player-of-the-year 
awards. Like White, 
Modzelewski was an all-star VP 
professional football, and be- 
came a defensive line coach af- 
ter his retirement. He never 
coached Randy White, but he 
coached against him many 
times. 

"He has such quickness and 
explosion off the ball," said Lit- 
tle Mo. "He goes 100% all the 
time. He's been all-pro so many 
times, that tells you what kind 
of a player he is." 

No one else will wear "94" at 
Maryland; Randy White's num- 
ber has been retired He played 
a major role in the return of 
Maryland to the top of ACC 
football in the 1970s, and 
earned himself a permanent 
place with college football's all- 
time great players. 



90 



Terp Trophy Winners 



Walter Camp Award 

The W.iltci t:,iiii|i l-\i;iiball Foundation (New Haven, Conn.) an- 
nually presents a playei of the year award to the top individual in 
collegiate football. 

Bob Pellegrini "56 was honored following his senior season. 

Lombard! Award 

Till' Hoi.iiy Liliih ol Houston each year presents the Lombardi 
Award to the lineman of the year in college football. 

The award is presented to the offensive or defensive lineman or 
linebacker who best combines athletic performance with the disci- 
pline of Vince Lombardi, the former Green Bay Packer coach. 

DT Randy White. '75, was honored following his senior season, 

Outland Trophy 

The Outland Tiophy is presented annually to the outstanding in- 
terior lineman (guard, tackle or center) m collegiate football by the 
Football Writers Association of America. 

The award is given in memory of John Outland, a Pennsylvania 
graduate and Football Hall of Fame selection, who remained active 
in athletics in his native Kansas, while being known as the first doc- 
tor in state history to fly his patients. 

Since the inception of the award in 1946 two Maryland players 
were selected 

DT Dick Modzelewski, 1952 

DT Randy White, 1974 

Jacobs Blocking Trophy 

The Jacobs Blocking Trophy is awarded annually by William and 
Hugh Jacobs of Clinton, S.C, to the player voted the outstanding 
blocker in the Atlantic Coast Conference in a poll of the head foot- 
ball coaches. The trophy is given in memory of William P. Jacobs, 
who served as president of Presbyterian College from 1935 to 1945, 
by his sons. 

Three Maryland players were awarded the honor: 

Bob Pellegrini, C - 1955 

Ralph Sonntag, OT - 1969 

Dave Pacella, OT - 1982 




Bob Pellegrini 




Dave Pacella (60) is one of three Terps in the history of the ACC to win the Jacobs Blocking Trophy. 



91 



Top Terps in the ACG, 1953, 1955 Champions 




CONFERENCE GAMES 




Team W 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Duke 4 








lUb 


Maryland 3 








■/u 


South Carolina 2 


3 


u 


b« 


North Carolina 2 


3 





67 


Wake Forest 2 


3 





b2 


Clemson 1 


2 





2b 


North Carolina State 


3 





14 


Virginia - 













ALL GAMES 




Opp. 


W 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


27 


7 


2 


1 


217 


81 


6 


10 


*1 





298 


38 


70 


7 


3 





198 


97 


99 


4 


6 





173 


187 


75 


3 


6 


1 


123 


157 


34 


3 


5 


1 


139 


172 


80 


1 


9 





80 


263 


— 


1 


8 





75 


242 



1955 




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CONFERENCE GAMES 



Team W 

Maryland 4 

Duke 4 

Clemson 3 

North Carolina 3 

Wake Forest 3 

South Carolina 1 
North Carolina State 

Virginia 



L 



1 
3 
3 
5 
2 
4 



T 






1 



1 





Pts. 

105 
94 
79 
90 

105 
75 
38 
42 







ALL GAMES 




Opp. 


W 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


26 


10 


■1 





217 


77 


14 


7 


2 


1 


196 


95 


59 


7 


3 





206 


144 


102 


3 


7 





117 


218 


100 


5 


4 


1 


131 


157 


176 


3 


6 





120 


209 


71 


4 


5 


1 


206 


193 


80 


1 


9 





96 


201 



'Lost Orange Bowl game 



National champion Maryland and 
18th-ranked Duke tied for the ACC's 
inaugural grid title. The Terps hn- 
ished the regular season with a per- 
fect 10-0 record, including a 3-0 mark 
in league play, Maryland, which lost 
to Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl, 7-0, 
scored 298 points, the most by a 
team until 1967, while allowing an 
ACC record-low 31 points The Terps 
led the nation in rushing defense, 
83 9 yards allowed per outing, and 
scoring defense, 3,1 points per game. 
Terp tackle Stan Jones earned con- 
sensus All-America honors while 
teammate Bernie Faloney was named 
first team Academic All-America. 

MARYLAND (3-0, 101-0} 

20 Missouri 6 

52 Wash, & Lee 

20 Clemson 

40 Georgia 13 

26 N, Carolina 

30 Miami (Fla.) 

24 S. Carolina 6 

27 George Washington 6 

38 Mississippi 

21 Alabama 

*0 Oklahoma 7 

•(Orange Bowl) 



For the second time in the ACC's first 
three years, Duke and Maryland tied 
for the league title with identical 4-0 
records The Terps finished third in 
both polls while the Blue Devils 
earned a 16th listing in the UPI poll. 
The ACC posted a 22-18-1 mark 
against non-conference opponents. 
Maryland led the nation in defense 
against the rush, allowing 83.9 yards 
per game, Maryland had a 15-game 
win streak snapped with a 20-6 loss 
to Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl. 
Terp center Bob Pellegrini was a con- 
sensus All-America. 



MARYLAND (4-0. 10-1-0) 

13 Missouri 12 

7 UCLA 

20 Baylor 6 

28 Wake Forest 7 

25 N. Carolina 7 

34 Syracuse 13 

27 S. Carohna 

13 L.S.U 

25 Clemson 12 

19 George Washington 

'6 Oklahoma 20 

'Orange Bowl 



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Top Terps in the ACC, 1974, 1975 



1974 



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Maryland won its firsl conference 
championship in 18 years, sweeping 
past all six of its league opponents. It 
marked the 10th time in conference 
history that a team has gone 
unbeaten in league play. An ACC 
record three teams earned bowl bids 
Maryland lost to Tennessee, 7-3, in 
the Liberty Bowl The Terps 
extended their win streak against 
ACC foes to 10-in-a-row. Clemson's 
Bennie Cunningham, North Caroh- 
na's Ken Huff and Maryland's Randy 
White were consensus 
All-Americans White, a senior defen- 
sive tackle, won both the Outland 
and Lombardi Trophies. 



CONFERENCE GAMES 








ALL GAMES 






MARYLAND 160. 8-4) 




Team 


IV 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


W 


L 


T Pts. 


Opp. 








Maryland 


6 








198 


35 


8 


•4 


316 


104 


16 


Alabama 


..21 


Clemson 


4 


2 





130 


135 


7 


4 


246 


250 


10 


Florida 


..17 


North Carohna 


4 


2 





146 


115 


7 


•5 


364 


279 


24 


North Carolina 


..12 


North Carolina State 


4 


2 





145 


120 


9 


2 


tl 317 


241 


31 


Syracuse 


...0 


Duke 


2 


4 





110 


136 


6 


5 


201 


208 


41 


Clemson 


...0 


Virginia 


1 


5 





61 


111 


4 


7 


207 


239 


47 


Wake Forest 


...0 


Wake Forest 





6 





31 


169 


1 


10 


74 


348 


20 

17 


N.C. State 

Penn State 


..10 
..24 




•Lost Liberty Bowl; 


"Lost Sun Bowl 








41 


Villanova 


.. 






tTied Bluebonnet Bowl 










56 


Duke 


..13 






















10 


Virginia 


...0 






















3 


Tennessee* 


...7 



1975 






CONFERENCE GAMES 








ALL GAMES 




Team W 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


W 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Maryland 5 








182 


73 


•9 


2 


1 


312 


150 


Duke 3 





2 


131 


84 


4 


5 


2 


197 


212 


North Carolina State 2 


2 


1 


131 


115 


7 


••4 


1 


260 


210 


Wake Forest 3 


3 





145 


137 


3 


8 





221 


264 


Clemson 2 


3 





102 


141 


2 


9 





177 


381 


North Carolina 1 


4 


1 


119 


159 


3 


7 


1 


207 


272 


Virginia 


5 





98 


226 


1 


10 





175 


428 



Maryland captured its second consec- 
utive ACC gridiron title by posting a 
perfect 5-0 league mark and extend- 
ing Its win streak over conference 
opponents to 15-in-a-row, tying a 
league mark. For the third straight 
year, the Terps took part in 
post-season competition, defeatmg 
Florida, 13-0 in the Gator Bowl. Mary- 
land, which led the league in total 
offense with a 375 2 yards per game 
average, set an ACC single game to- 
tal offense mark with 802 yards in a 
62-24 victory over Virginia, November 
22. Terps' John Schultz was the na- 
tion's top kickoff returner with a 31.0 
average. 



•Won Gator Bowl: **Lost Peach Bowl 



MARYLAND fS-0, 9-2 1) 

41 Villanova 

8 Tennessee 26 

34 North Carolina 7 

10 Kentucky 10 

24 Syracuse 7 

37 NC. State 22 

27 Wake Forest 

13 Penn State 15 

21 Cmcmnati 19 

22 Clemson 20 

62 Vnginia 24 

13 Flonda* 



93 



Top Terps in the ACC, 1976, 1983 



1976 




Maryland's powerful Terrapins swept 
through the regular season 
undefeated and became only the sec- 
ond team m ACC history to win three 
consecutive league titles outright. 
Coach Jerry Claiborne's club ran its 
conference victory string to a record 
20 straight. The Terps appeared in a 
bowl for the fourth straight year, los- 
ing to Southwest Conference cham- 
pion Houston, 30-21, in the Cotton 
Bowl. Maryland tackle Joe Campbell 
and Wake Forest defensive back Bill 
Armstrong were consensus 
All-Americans. Maryland's No. 8 
ranking in the final AP poll was the 
first top 10 finish by an ACC team 
since 1960. 



CONFERENCE GAMES 








ALL GAMES 






MARYLAND (5-0, U-1) 




Team 


W 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


IV 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp. 








Maryland 


5 








Ill 


24 


11 


*1 





294 


115 


31 


Richmond 


... 7 


North Carolina 


4 


1 





144 


102 


9 * 


*3 





243 


220 


24 


West Virginia 


...3 


Wake Forest 


3 


3 





124 


118 


5 


6 





177 


206 


42 


Syracuse 


.28 


Duke 


2 


3 


1 


125 


145 


5 


5 


1 


234 


245 


20 


ViUanova 


...9 


North Carolina State 


2 


3 





97 


98 


3 


7 


1 


205 


258 


16 


N.C. State 


... 6 


tVirginia 


1 


4 





40 


111 


2 


9 





106 


266 


17 


Wake Forest 


..15 


Clemson 





4 


: 


76 


123 


3 


6 


2 


172 


237 


30 
24 


Duke 

Kentucky 


...3 
..14 




•Lost Cotton Bowl: " 


Lost Peach Bowl 










21 


Cincinnati 


... 


tLoss to Virginia 


Tech counted as conference game 






20 


Clemson 


...0 
























28 


Virginia 


...0 
























21 


Houston* 


.30 



1983 




Maryland claimed its first ACC title 
since 1976, finishing undefeated in 
five league contests while North 
Carolina was second with a 4-2 mark. 
Both had identical 8-4 overall records. 
In bowl action, the Terps dropped a 
30-23 decision to Tennessee in the 
Florida Citrus Bowl while the Tar 
Heels, in their fifth straight bowl 
game, lost to Florida State, 28-3, in 
the Peach Bowl. 



CONFERENCE GAMES 



Team W L 

Maryland 5 

North Carolina 4 2 

Georgia Tech 3 2 

Duke 3 3 

Virginia 3 3 

North Carolina State 1 5 

Wake Forest 1 5 

tClemson — — 



T Pts. Opp. W 



154 
184 
147 
150 
145 
108 
150 



71 
117 
140 
183 
150 
159 
218 



ALL GAMES 
L T Pts. 



'4 
"4 



'Lost Florida Citrus Bowl; "Lost Peach Bowl 
tNot eligible for championship by conference action 



316 
337 
222 
246 
252 
236 
257 
338 



Opp. 

253 
216 
313 
350 
280 
246 
281 
200 



MARYLAND (5-0, 8-4-0) 

21 Vanderbilt 14 

21 West Virginia 31 

13 Pittsburgh 7 

23 Virginia 3 

34 Syracuse 13 

36 Wake Forest 33 

38 Duke 3 

28 North Carolina 26 

23 Auburn 26 

27 Clemson 52 

29 N.C. State 6 

23 Tennessee* 30 



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Top Terps in the ACC, 1984, 1985 



1984 




CONFERENCE GAMES 



Team 

MarylaiKl 
Virginia 
N, Carolina 
W.Forest 
GaTech. 
Duke 
N.C. State 
tClemson 



W 

5 
3 
3 
3 
2 
1 
1 



T 


2 
1 

1 





Pts. 

204 

189 

119 

91 

114 

67 

97 



Opp. 

102 
108 
125 
124 
81 
162 
179 



W 

•9 
*"8 
5 
6 
6 
2 
3 
7 



ALL GAMES 
T Pts. 



380 
337 
234 
205 
296 
128 
263 
346 



Opp. 

280 
216 
274 
232 
201 
301 
311 
215 



•Won Sun Bowl; "Won Peach Bowl 
tNot eligible for championship by conference action 



Maryland pocketed the championship 
for the second year in a row and 
earned their fifth outright crown over 
the past 1 1 seasons. The title was 
not decided until the season's final 
weekend when the Terps knocked off 
Virginia, 45-33. for the league crown. 
Maryland, taking part in its third 
straight bowl game, defeated Ten- 
nessee in the Sun Bowl, 28-27, while 
Virginia, making its first-ever bowl 
game appearance, defeated Purdue 
in the Peach Bowl, 27-24. Maryland, 
trailing Miami 31-0 at the half, rallied 
for 42 second half points to beat the 
Hurricanes, 42-40, setting a record 
for the greatest comeback in NCAA 
Division lA football history 

MARYLAND (S-O-O, 9-3-0) 

7 Syracuse 23 

14 Vanderbilt 23 

20 West Virginia 17 

38 Wake Forest 17 

24 Penn State 25 

44 NC State 21 

43 Duke 7 

34 North Carolina 23 

42 Miami (Florida) 40 

41 Clemson 23 

45 Virginia 34 

28 Texas* 27 



1985 




Maryland made it three champion- 
ships m a row and six in 12 years, by 
finishing unbeaten m ACC play. For 
the fourth straight year and the llth 
time in 13 seasons, the Terps took 
part in post-season play, knocking off 
Syracuse in the Cherry Bowl, 35-18. 
Maryland extended its ACC game 
win streak to 17, with a 33-21 title 
clinching victory over Virginia on the 
seasons final weekend. A pair of of- 
fensive tackles, J.D. Maarleveld of 
Maryland and Jim Dombrowski of Vir- 
gmia were tabbed as consensus All- 
Americans. 



CONFERENCE GAMES 



ALL GAMES 



Team 

Maryland 

Georgia Tech 

Clemson 

Virginia 

North Carolina 

Duke 

North Carolina State 

Wake Forest 



W L T Pts. Opp. 



192 

1 136 



167 

172 
129 

94 
121 

99 



92 
55 
122 
150 
154 
174 
189 
174 



W 

•0 

#9 
6 
6 
5 
4 
3 
4 



3 
2 
t6 
5 
6 
7 



'Won Cherry Bowl; #Won All-American Bowl 
tLost Independence Bowl 



T Pts. Opp. 



326 
252 
244 
262 
224 
193 
186 
212 



192 
132 
222 
217 
223 
252 
305 
249 



MARYLAND (6-0, 9-3-0) 

18 Penn State 20 

31 Boston Collge 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 Virgima 21 

35 Syracuse* 18 



95 



Terp Bowls — The Gator in 1948, 1950 



GATOR BOWL- JACKSONVILLE, FL - 1/1/48 






^ouflGame 



HEW YEAR'S DAY 
JflnUflRY 1st 1948 

GEORGIA 
MARYLAND 




Maryland 
Georgia. . . 



7 13 
7 13 



20 
20 



M — Gambino 35 run (McHugh kick): G - Rausch 1 run (Gen kick); 
M —Gambino 1 run (kick failed); M — Gambino 24 pass from Baroni 
(McHugh kick); G — Gen 4 run (kick failed); G — Donaldson 9 pass 



from Rauch (Gen kick) 








TEAM STATISTICS 
Maryland 




Missouri 




TEAM STATISITCS 




First Downs 


11 




13 




Maryland 


Georgia 


Rushing Yards 


266 




100 


First Downs 


15 


19 


Passing Yards 


16 




167 


Yards Rushing 


247 


219 


Passing 


2-17-1 




11-29-3 


Yards Passing 


127 


187 


Punts-Average 


7-390 




3-38.0 


Total Yards 


374 


406 


Fumbles-Lost 


1-1 




5-5 


Passing 


7-14-1 


12-20-1 


Penalty Yards 


63 




10 


Punts-Average 


5-44.2 


4-40.0 










Fumbles-Lost 


0-0 


2-1 


Three times in 


the first half Missouri turned the ball over 


and all 


Penalties-Yards 


5-66 


4-80 


three times Maryland took it in for touchdowns as 


the Terrapins 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 
RUSHING: 

Maryland — Gambino 23 for 165 yds.; Idiak 2 for 32 yds,, Bronk 5 
for 23 yds.; Laruel 4 for 24 yds. 

Georgia — Donaldson 10 for 69 yds,; Gen 7 for 56 yds,. Henderson 8 
for 48 yds.; Reid 7 for 46 yds. 

The first capacity crowd in Gator Bowl history — attendance was 
16,666 that day — witnessed one of the greatest games in the sto- 
ried history of the bowl. A young Maryland team, underdog to an 
experienced Georgia squad, got up by 13 points in the fourth quar- 
ter and eventually settled for the 20-all tie. Lou Gambino was a one- 
man wrecking crew for the Terrapins, scoring the only touchdown of 
the first half on a 35-yard run. In the second half, after a Georgia 
score, Gambino scored on a 1-yard run and on a 24-yard pass from 
John Baroni. A series of special teams miscues — namely a short 
kickoff and mishandled punt — set up Georgia's comeback. Despite 
the tie, there was no question as to the game's most valuable 
player. Gambino won the Burkhalter Award, signifying the game's 
outstanding performer. 



GATOR BOWL - lACKSONVlLLE, FL - 1/2/50 







MISSOIHI ■Bl!, 





Maryland 7 13 --20 

Missoun 7-- 7 

MD- Shemonski 11 run (Dean kick); MD - Modzelewski 2 run (kick 
failed); MD —Shemonski 6 run (Dean kick); M - Klien 4 run (Glonoso 
kick) 



handed the Tigers their second consecutive Gator Bowl loss. Defen- 
sive back John Idzik set up Maryland's first score with a 26-yard in- 
terception return to the Mizzou 11 Bob Shemonski scored on a 
sweep on the next play, and the rout was on. Ed Modzelewski 
scored on a three-yard run to give the Terps a 13-0 lead and She- 
monski capped Maryland's scoring later in the second quarter with 
a SIX yard touchdown run 



Maryland's 


Bowl Record 








Jhii 1, ly48 


GdlUl 


20 


Georgia 


20 


Jan 1. 1950 


Gatoi 


20 


Missouri 


7 


Jan, 1, 1952 


Sugar 


28 


Tennessee 


13 


Jan, 1, 1954 


Orange 





Oklahoma 


7 


Jan, 1, 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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Tarp Bowls — The Sugar In 1982, Tlia Orange in 1954 



SUGAR BOWL - NEW ORLEANS, LA - 1/2/52 



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MARYLAND v^ TENNESSEE 



ulANc >UCA8 BOWL STADIUM 



Maryland 
Tennessee 



; l-i 7 0--28 
6 7 -- 13 



M — FuUerton 2 run (Decker kick); M — Shemonski 7 pass from 
FuUerton (Decker kick); M — Scarbath 1 run (Decker kick): T — Re- 
chichar 4 pass from Payne (kick failed): M — FuUerton 46 intercep- 
tion return (Decker kick): T - Payne 2 run (Rechichar kick) 



First Downs 
Rushes - Yards 
Passing Yards 
Return Yards 
Passing 
Punts - Avg. 
Fumbles - Lost 
Penalties - Yards 



TEAM STATISTICS 

Maryland 

18 

64-289 

63 

29 

7-13-1 

8-38 

7-1 

12-120 



Tennessee 

12 
35-81 

75 

16 

9-19-4 

7-43 

2-2 
2-20 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland — Scarbath, 6 for 9, 57 yds. 
Tennessee - Payne, 7 of 14. 
RUSHING: 

Maryland - Ed Modzelewski, 28 for 153 yds.: FuUerton, 9 for 22 yds. 
Tennessee • Payne. 11 for 54: Kozar, 9 for 29. 

In a game historians even today caU the biggest win in Maryland 
footbaU history, Jim Tatum's Terrapins upset the nation's No. 1 
ranked Tennessee Volunteers of Gen. Bob Neyland. Buoyed by the 
running of AU-American fuUback Ed "Mighty Mo" Modzelewski (153 
yards on 28 carries) and AU-American quarterback Jack Scarbath, 
the No. 3 ranked Terps gfored three TDs before the Vols got one in 
the first half for a 21-6 lead. They put the game out of reach in the 
thud quarter with a 46-yard interception return TD by Ed FuUerton 
for a 28-6 margin lead. The Terrapin defense was briUiant all after- 
noon. 



ORANGE BOWL- MIAMI, FL - I/I/54 




Maryland 
Oklahoma 

O — Grigg 25 run (Leake kick) 



First Downs 
Rushing Yards 
Passing Yards 
Return Yards 
Passing 
Punts - Avg, 
Fumbles ■ Lost 
Penalties - Yards 



TEAM STATISTICS 

Maryland 

13 

176 

36 

25 

5-12-0 

5-29.0 

1-1 

15 



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7 --7 



Oklahoma 

10 

208 

22 

7 

4-8-1 

7-31.3 

2-2 

-45 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Boxold, 5 of 12 for 36 yds. 
Oklahoma - Leake. 4 of 6 for 22 yds . 1 Int. 
RECEIVING: 
Maryland - not available 
Oklahoma - not avaUable 
RUSHING: 

Maryland - not available 
Oklahoma - not available 
Attendance - 68.718 

The Terrapins took another undefeated (10-0) record and the 
nations No. 1 ranking in their second Orange Bowl visit m three 
years, and again played Oklahoma. The Sooners, completely unawed 
by the Terps National Championship team, staged a second quarter 
land rush to score the only score on a 25-yard sprmt by team cap- 
tain and halfback Larry Gngg. The Terrapms suffered a major set- 
back when AU-Amencan Bemie Faloney could not start because of 
severe ankle mjury. He entered the game in the 3rd quarter for five 
plays, but was unable to contmue. 



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Terp Bowls — The Orange in 1956, The Peach in 1973 



ORANGE BOWL - MIAMI, FL - 1/2/50 




Maryland 6 -- 6 

Oklahoma 14 6 -- 20 

M — Vereb 15 run (kick failed); O — McDonald 4 run (Prices kick); 
— O'Neal 1 run (Prices kick); O — Dodd 82 interception return (kick 
failed). 





TEAM STATISTICS 






Maryland 


Oklahoma 


First Downs 


9 


16 


Rushes - Yards 


47-187 


64-202 


Passing Yards 


46 


53 


Passing 


3-10-3 


4-10-1 


Punts - Avg. 


7-40 


8-34 


Fumbles - Lost 


3-2 


1-1 


Penalties - Yards 


4-61 


4-35 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Beightol, 2 of 7, 46 yds ., 2 Int.; Tamburello, 1 of 2, 11 

yds., 1 Int. 

Oklahoma - Harris, 3 of 5, 34 yds.; McDonald, 1 of 4, 19 yds. 

RECEIVING: 

Maryland — Cooke, 1 for 21; Flynn, 1 for 14; Healy, 1 for 11. 

Oklahoma - Burns, 2 for 28; Prices, 1 for 19. 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Vereb, 8 for 108, 1 TD; Perlo, 6 for 22. 

Oklahoma - Harris, 9 for 63; Burns, 9 for 34. 

The victory extended Oklahoma's winning streak to 30 games and 
snapped Maryland's 15-game winning string. The Terps were No. 3 
ranked and the Sooners, No. 1. This was a reversal of the '54 Orange 
Bowl two years earlier as the Terps were the No. 1 team in the na- 
tion, and the Sooners, No. 3 The Terps held a 6-0 halftime lead and 
then were bewildered by three Sooner second half touchdowns for 
their second Orange Bowl win over the Terps. 



PEACH BOWL - ATLANTA, GA - 12/20/73 



ATLANTA STADIUM Friday, Dec«mb«r 28, 1973 • KIckoff 8 p.m. 

THE OFFICIAL PEACH fiOWL CLASSIC MAGAZINEyONE DOLLAR 




Maryland 10 6 -• le 

Georgia 10 7 -- 17 

G — - Poulous 62 pass from Johnson (Leavitt kick); M — White 68 
pass from Carter (Mike-Mayer kick); M - Mike-Mayer 36 FG; G - 
Leavitt 26 FG; G - Johnson 1 run (Leavitt kick); M - Mike-Mayer 25 
FG; M - Mike-Mayer 28 FG. 





TEAM STATISTICS 






Maryland 


Georgia 


First Downs 


15 


11 


Rushes - Yards 


52-219 


56-170 


Passing Yards 


242 


114 


Return Yards 


14 


3 


Passing 


8-18-1 


5-16-1 


Punts - Avg. 


6-32 


8-41 


Fumbles - Lost 


4-3 


2-2 


Penalties - Yards 


5-63 


1-5 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Kinard, 4 of 8, 113 yds., 1 hit ; Carter, 2 of 3, 83 yds., 1 

TD. 

Georgia - Johnson, 5 of 16, 114 yds., 1 TD, 1 Int. 

RECEIVING: 

Maryland - Jennings, 3 for 75; White, 2 for 106, 1 TD. 

Georgia - Poulous, 2 for 62, 1 TD; King, 2 for 22. 

RUSHING; 

Maryland — Carter, 29 for 126; Jennings, 5 for 41 

Georgia - - King, 16 for 57; Johnson, 18 for 48, 1 TD, Burns, 

9 for 43 

Attendance - 38,107 

Maryland came away from its first bowl game in 18 years a bitterly 
disappointed team The Terrapins had dominated Georgia in all 
phases of the game Both teams scored 10 hrst half points. The 
Bulldogs went up, scoring in the third after recovering a Terp fum- 
ble. Seven times, the Terrapins were inside the Georgia 20-yard line 
that ended m three Mike-Mayer field goals. On four of the seven oc- 
casions, they were within the 13 and came away with zero points. 



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Maryland 3 -• 3 

Tennessee 7 — 7 

M — Mike-Mayer 28 FG; T — Seivers 11 pass from Wallace 
(Townsend kick) 



First Downs 
Rushes ■ Yards 
Passing Yards 
Return Yards 
Passing 
Punts - Avg. 
Fumbles - Lost 
Penalties - Yards 



TEAM STATISTICS 

Maryland 

16 

42-108 

158 

76 

15-24-2 

6-41.0 

3-3 

4-63 



Tennessee 

15 
54-173 

65 

65 
7-16-0 
7-390 

4-2 
8-69 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING; 

Maryland - Avellini, 15 of 22 for 158 yds , 2 Int. 
Tennessee — HoUoway. 6 of 15 for 54 yds.; Wallace. 1 of 1 for 11 
yds , 1 TD 
RECEIVING; 

Maryland -- White, 5 for 68 yds; Carter. 6 for 49 yds. 
Tennessee — Seivers, 4 for 38 yds.. 1 TD; Morgan. 2 for 14 yds. 
RUSHING: 

Maryland — Carter, 22 for 65 yds.; Bloomingdale. 8 for 36 yds. 
Tennessee — Gayle, 17 for 106 yds.; Holloway, 12 for 41 yds. 
Attendance - 51.284 

Tennessee scored their only but winnmg touchdown with 2:08 left 
in the game. The winnmg score came on a 11 -yard pass from second 
strmg quanerback Randy Wallace to end Larry Seivers. It was Wal- 
lace's only pass of the game. The Terps were punting from their 13 
when a bad snap from center was recovered by the Vols on the 
Terps 7, After a loss of 4 yards, Wallace threw for the score. The 
Terps put on a desperation dnve and an apparent 20-yard TD 
wmnmg reception was ruled out of bounds. 



GATOR BOWL - lACKSONVILLE, FL - 12/29/7S 




Maryland. 
Florida 



M — Hoover 19 pass from Dick (Sochko kick); M 
M - Sochko 27 FG 



TEAM STATISTICS 
Maryland 

15 
52-209 

82 

26 
7-16-0 
7-39.8 

0-0 
5-47 



First Downs 
Rushes - Yards 
Passing Yards 
Return Yards 
Passing 
Punts - Avg. 
Fumbles - Lost 
Penalties - Yards 



7 3 3-13 
0-0 

Sochko 20 FG; 



Florida 

14 
54-182 

28 

25 
3-19-3 
7-38.5 

1-1 
6-48 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Dick, 5 of 13 for 67 yds.; Manges. 2 of 3 for 15 yds. 
Florida - Fisher. 2 of 12 for 33 yds., 1 Int; Gaffney, 1 for 7. 
minus 5 yds. 
RECEIVING: 

Maryland- Hoover. 2 for 24. 1 TD; Wilson. 2 for 21; Jennmgs. 
2 for 15 

Florida — Lecount, 1 for 25; Enclade. 1 for 8 
RUSHING: 

Maryland — Atkins. 20 for 127; Jennmgs. 9 for 53 
Florida - DuBose. 18 for 95; Green. 13 for 31; Fisher. 6 for 21 

The ACC champion Terrapins upset the seven-point favorite Florida 
Gators in a game played in a steady downpour The Terps had 
posted their best season record m 20 years (8-2-1) They intercepted 
three Florida passes, tummg two of them mto scores, a 19-yard 
touchdown pass to Kim Hoover from Larry Dick and 20-yard field 
goal by Mike Sochko for a 10-0 half tune lead. Sochko added a 27- 
yaider m the fourth quarter. It was the first Terp wm over a SEC 
team since 1955. The Gators went mto the game (9-2) as the SEC's 
total offense leader. 



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Terp Bowls - The Hall of Fame in 1977, The Cotton In 1977 



HALL OF FAME BOWL- BIRMINGHAM, AL -12/22/77 COTTON BOWL - DALLAS, TX - 1/1/77 



HOUSTON 
MARYLAND 




Maryland. . . 
Minnesota . 



3 14 -- 17 
7 0-7 



Mmn - Barber 1 run (Rogmd kick); Md - Sochko 32 FG; Md 
Scott 2 run (Sochko kick); Md — Scott 1 run (Sochko kick). 



First Downs 
Rushes • Yards 
Passing Yards 
Return Yards 
Passing 
Punts - Avg. 
Fumbles - Lost 
Penalties - Yards 



TEAM STATISTICS 
Maryland 

15 

41-120 

211 

3 

12-23-1 

5-36.8 

3-2 

12-80 



Minnesota 

17 
55-113 

155 

6 

13-26-0 

9-27.7 

3-2 

6-54 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Dick, 12 of 20, 211 yds. 

Minnesota - Avery, 12 of 23, 130 yds. 

RECEIVING: 

Maryland - White, 8 for 126; Scott, 2 for 16 

Minnesota — Anhorn, 5 for 49; Barber 4 for 58 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Scott, 24 for 75 2 TD's; Maddox, 2 for 17 

Minnesota — Kitzmann, 24 for 76; Thompson, 4 for 11 

Attendance - 47,000 

Maryland silenced the critics in defeating Big Ten Minnesota in the 
first Hall of Fame Bowl Classic and the first meeting between the 
two schools. The Gophers scored thieir only touchdown midway in 
the first quarter. The Terps got a 32-yard FG from Mike Sochko and 
a pair of second quarter scoring runs from George Scott for the 17-7 
halftime lead. The second half was scoreless as the Terp defense 
swarmed the offense of Minnesota. 




Maryland 
Houston . . 



7 7 7 
22 6 3 



21 
30 



H - Thomas 11 run (Coplm kick); H - Blackwell 33 run (Cophn 
kick); H — Blackwell 1 run (Coplm kick); M — Manges 6 run (Loncar 
kick); H — Bass 33 pass from Davis (kick failed); M — Sievers 11 
pass from Manges (Sochko kick); M — Wilson 1 run (Sochko kick); H 
• Coplin 28 FG. 



First Downs 
Rushes ■ Yards 
Passing Yards 
Return Yards 
Passing 
Punts - Avg. 
Fumbles - Lost 
Penalties ■ Yards 



TEAM STATISTICS 
Maryland 

17 
40-120 

179 

13 
17-32-0 
6-44.0 

1-1 
8-80 



Houston 

20 
64-320 

108 

5 

5-8-0 

4-36.0 

4-3 

5-22 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Manges, 17 of 32, 179, 1 TD 

Houston -- Davis, 5 of 8, 108, 1 TD 

RECEIVING: 

Maryland - Kinney, 6 for 72, Wilson, 5 for 26, Richards, 3 for 39 

Houston - Foster, 3 for 62; Bass, 1 for 33, 1 TD; Lavergne, 1 for 13 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Scott, 11 for 47; Manges, 14 for 32, 1 TD; Wilson, 9 for 28 

Houston - Blackwell, 22 for 149, 2 TD's; Thomas, 14 for 104, 1 TD; 

Davis, 21 for 51 

Attendence — 58,500 

Houston quickly dashed the undefeated hopes of the Terrapins for a 
perfect season as the Cougars upset the favored Terps in their first 
Cotton Bowl appearance and first ever meeting between the two 
schools. Houston struck for 21 first quarter points and added 
another in the second quarter to take a 27-20 lead at halftime. They 
overwhelmed the Terp defense with 320 rushing yards on 64 car- 
ries. They passed but eight times. 



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Terp Bowls — The Sun in 1978, The Tangerine hi 1980 



SUN BOWL - EL PASO. TX - 12/23/78 




1978 
Sun Bowl 



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Maryland o n -- 

Texas 21 7 14 -■ 42 

T — L. Jones 7 run (Erxleben kick); T — J, Jones 1 run (Erxleben 
kick); T - L. Jones 29 pass from McBath (Erxleben kick): T - Mc- 
Bath 2 run (Erxleben kick), T - J. Jones 14 run (Erxleben kick); T - 
H. Jones 32 run (Erxleben kick). 



First Downs 
Rushes - Yards 
Passing Yards 
Return Yards 
Passing 
Punts - Avg. 
Fumbles - Lost 
Penalties ■ Yards 



TEAM STATISTICS 

Maryland 

20 

40-34 

214 



17-43-4 

8-37.0 

2-1 

5-35 



Texas 

18 

58-220 

45 

20 

2-7-0 

7-41.0 

3-1 

7-42 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - O'Hare, 12 of 27 for 146 yds.. 3 Int.: M.Tice, 5 of 16 for 
68 yds.. 1 Int. 

Texas -- McBath. 2 of 5 for 45 yds. 
RECEIVING: 

Maryland - Richards. 4 for 52; Cannci, 4 for 52 
Texas — L Jones. 2 for 45 
RUSHING: 

Maryland — Atkins. 10 for 15 

Texas -- H Jones. 14 for 104. 1 TD; J Jones. 19 for 100, 2 TD's. 
Attendance — 33,122 

The Jones boys. "Lam". "Jam" and "Ham" scored five of Texas 
six touchdowns, three in the first quaner. The loss, before a 
national television audtence and a record Sun Bowl crowd of 33.122. 
was the worst in Coach Jerry Claiborne's seven years at Maryland. 
The Terps had scored m 95 consecutive games. 82 of the games 
since Claiborne's Mrival in 1972. It was the third longest streak m 
the nation. 



TANGERINE BOWL - ORLANDO. FL - 12/20/80 




Maryland 

Florida 

M - Castro 35 FG 
kick); M - Castro 27 FG 



3 6 11 -- 

14 14 7 — 

F - CoUinsworth 24 pass from Peace (Clark 
M - Castro 27 FG: F - Jones 2 run 



(Clark kick); M - Wysocki 1 run (Tice run); M — Castro 43 FG; F - 
Peace 1 run (Clark kick); F - CoUinsworth 21 pass from Peace (Claik 
kick); F - Brown 2 run (Clark kick) 



First Downs 
Rushes - Yards 
Passing Yards 
Return Yards 
Passing 
Punts - Avg 
Fumbles - Lost 
Penalties - Yards 



TEAM STATISTICS 

Maryland 

19 

54-181 

155 

14 

12-26-3 

4-39 

4-2 

6-44 



Florida 

16 

35-108 

271 

54 

20-34-1 

6-34 

1-0 

11-108 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - M. Tice. 11 for 23, 129 yds.. 3 Int.; MUkovich. 1 for 3. 26 

yds. 

Florida - Peace. 20 for 24. 271 yds.. 1 Int. 

RECEIVING: 

Maryland — Havener, 4 for 83; Sievers. 3 for 24. 

Florida - CoUinsworth. 8 for 166. 2 TD's; Young. 8 for 66. 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Wysocki, 39 for 159, 1 TD; Fasano, 3 for 13. 

Florida - Brown. 16 for 71: Peace, 6 for 12. 

Attendance — 52.541 

This was Maryland's first appearance m the Tangerine Bowl, played 
before a record crowd. 52.541 fans. The Terps were behind 14-9 at 
halftime. with their pomts coming on three Dale Castro field goals. 
After Maryland took a 20-14 lead with five mmutes gone m the third 
quarter, the Gators scored the next 21 pomts. Castro s fourth field 
goal in the tlurd quarter tied the bowl record. 



101 



Terp Bowls — The Aloha in 1982, The Citrus in 1983 



ALOHA BOWL - HONOLULU, HAWAH - 12/25/82 CITRUS BOWL, FL - 12/17/83 




Maryland 6 6 8 -- 20 

Washington 7 7 7 -- 21 

W — Allen 27 pass from Cowan (Nelson kick), M — D'Addio 6 pass 
from Esiason (kick failed): W — Allen 71 pass from Cowan (Nelson 
kick); M — Tice 36 pass from Esiason (run failed), M - Nash 2 run 
(Tice pass from Esiason); W — Allen 11 pass from Cowan (Nelson 
kick). 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Esiason, 19 of 32, 1 TD 

Washington - Cowan, 33 of 55, 3 TD's 

RECEIVING: 

Maryland - Tice, 6 for 85 yds,; D'Addio, 4 for 30 yds.; Nash, 3 for 

52 yds. 

Washington - Skansi, 10 for 81 yds.; Allen, 8 for 152 yds , 3 TD's; 

Lutu, 7 for 57 yds. 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Nash, 11 for 41 yds.; Joyner, 10 for 28 yds. 

Washington — Robinson, 16 for 50 yds.; Cowan, 4 for 13 yds. 

Attendance - 30,055 

This was the first Aloha Bowl game. Maryland took a 20-14 lead 
with 10:44 remaining in the game. With a chance to go up by 9 
points with 3:39 left in the game, Jess Atkinson failed on a 32-yard 
field goal attempt. The Huskies then drove 80 yards and scored on a 
11 -yard pass TD with six seconds left to play for the win. 



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ax:ember 17, 19S3, 8:00 p.m. 



Orlando. Florida 



Maryland 3 6 11 3 -- 

Tennessee 7 3 6 14 -- 

M - Atkinson 18 FG, T - Taylor 12 pass from Cockrell (Reveiz 
kick); M - Atkinson 48 FG, M - Atkinson 31 FG; T - Reveiz 25 
FG; M - Atkinson 22 FG; T - Henderson 19 run (pass failed); 
M — Badanjek 3 run (Badanjek run); T — J. Jones 1 run (Reveiz 
kick); T - J. Jones 2 run (Reveiz kick); M - Atkinson 26 FG. 





TEAM STATISTICS 






TEAM STATISTICS 






Maryland 


Washington 




Maryland 


Tennessee 


First Downs 


17 


20 


First Downs 


17 


25 


Rushes - Yards 


36-68 


27-63 


Rushes - Yards 


34-95 


49-201 


Passing Yards 


251 


369 


Passing Yards 


253 


185 


Return Yards 


45 


43 


Return Yards 


10 


26 


Passmg 


19-32-1 


35-55-0 


Passing 


18-28-1 


16-23-1 


Punts - Avg. 


7-38.4 


5-46.4 


Punts - Avg. 


0-0 


1-47 


Fumbles - Lost 


2-1 


4-4 


Fumbles - Lost 


3-1 


1-1 


Penalties - Yards 


8-55 


7-50 


Penalties - Yards 


6-32 


1-5 


Time of Possession 


3104 


28:56 


Time of Possession 


29:48 


30:12 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland ~ Esiason, 4 of 6 for 61 (Injured 2nd Q); Reich, 14 of 22, 

192 yds , 1 Int. 

Tennessee - Cockrell, 16 of 23, 185 yds., 1 TD, 1 Int. 

RECEIVING: 

Maryland — Davis, 4 for 66; Joyner, 4 for 65, Badanjek, 4 for 36. 

Tennessee - Duncan, 6 for 59; Taylor, 4 for 68, 1 TD. 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Joyner, 17 (or 58; Badanjek, 14 for 44, 1 TD. 

Tennessee - J. Jones, 29 for 154, 1 TD. 

Attendance - 50,183 

For the second consecutive year, the Terps were invited to a bowl 
game with an 8-3 record. Quarterback Boomer Esiason was sacked 
on the second play of the second quarter and suffered a shoulder 
injury forcing Frank Reich to take over The Terps took a 20-16 lead 
into the fourth quarter, but the Vols scored twice, the second after 
an interception return to the 14, to get the advantage. Jess Atkinson 
kicked 5 field goals for the Terps. 



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SUN BOWL - EL PASO, TX - 12/22/84 




DLENNESSEE ^ MARYLAND 



First Downs 
Rushes ■ Yards 
Passing Yards 
Return Yards 
Passing 
Punts - Avg. 
Fumbles - Lost 
Penalties - Yards 
Time of Possession 



Marylan.i " 22 6 -■ 28 

Tennessee 10 11 6 -- 27 

T - Jones 2 run (Reveiz kick); T - Reveiz 24 FG; T - Reveiz 52 
FG; T - McGee 6 pass from Robinson (McGee pass from Robinson); 
M - Neal 57 run (pass failed); M - Atkinson 23 FG; M - Badanjek 
1 run (run failed); M — Edmunds 40 pass from Reicfi (Atkinson 
kick); T — Panuska 100 kickoff return (pass failed); M - Badanjek 1 
run (pass failed). ^^AM STATISTICS 

Maryland Tennessee 

22 13 

54-229 34-148 

201 132 

44 24 

17-28-1 15-24-0 

4-47 5-42 

2-2 2-2 

8-63 6-49 

35:57 24:03 

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Reich. 17 of 28. 201 yds.. 1 TD, 1 Int. 
Tennessee - Robinson. 15 of 24. 132 yds., 1 TD, 
RECEIVING: 

Maryland - Hill. 4 for 69. Edmunds. 3 for 53. 1 TD; Abdur- Raoof. 3 
for 45; 

Tennessee - McGee. 6 for 66. 1 TD; Harvard. 3 for 22. 
RUSHING: 

Maryland - Neal. 12 for 107. 1 TD; Badanjek. 21 for 90. 2 
TDs; Blount. 14 for 80, 

Tennessee - Jones, 16 for 69. 1 TD; Robinson. 8 for 43. 
Attendance - 50,126 

The fantastic comeback year. Trailing the Volunteers 21-0 at half- 
time, the Terrapins showed commg back from halftime deficits was 
nothing new. They erupted for 22 third quarter points and a fourth 
quarter score with 5 35 left to play for the win. It was on November 
10. they had fallen behind Miami. 31-0. at halftime but rallied for a 
42-40 victory in the greatest comeback m major college history. Rick 
Badanjek had a pair of scores while QB Frank Reich was 17 of 28. 
201 yards and one touchdown for the AGO and Sun Bowl champions. 



CHERRY BOWL - PONTIAC, MI - 12/21/85 




Maryland 6 22 7 -- 35 

Syracuse 3 7 8 -- 18 

S - McAulay, 26 FG; M - Getoaugh, 4 run (kick faded); S - Drum- 
mond 10 run (McAulay kick); M — Knight 4 pass from Gelbaugh 
(Badanjek run); M - Tye. 8 fumble return (Plocki kick); M - Blount 
20 run (Plocki kick); M — Abdur-Raoof 6 pass from Gelbaugh (Plocki 
kick); S — McPherson 17 run (Schwedes pass from McPherson). 





TEAM STATISTICS 






Maryland 


Syracuse 


First Downs 


22 


28 


Rushes ■ Yards 


43-244 


39-241 


Passing Yards 


223 


204 


Return Yards 


99 


135 


Passing 


14-20-1 


18-30-3 


Punts - Avg. 


3-39 


1-52 


Fumbles - Lost 


0-0 


3-2 


Penalty Yards 


5-54 


3-26 


Time of Possession 


30 54 


29:06 



INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 
PASSING: 

Maryland - Gelbaugh. 14 of 20. 223 yds.. 2 TD's. 1 Int. 

Syracuse - McPherson. 18 of 30. 204 yds., 3 Int. 

RECEIVING: 

Maryland - Abdur-Raoof, 5 for 86. 1 TD; Edmunds. 2 for 56; 

Holder. 2 for 32; Milling, 2 for 26. 

Syracuse — Siano, 5 for 60; Schwedes, 4 for 69; Grimes, 4 for 42. 

RUSHING: 

Maryland - Blount. 24 for 135. 1 TD; Badanjek. 11 for 41. 

Syracuse - McPherson. 21 for 111. 1 TD; Drummond. 10 for 93, 1 

TD. 

Attendance - 51,858 

This was the second Cherry Bowl game m the Pontiac Silverdome. 
The Terps scored 22 pomts in the second quarter to take a 28-10 
halftime lead. Each team then scored once in the third quarter. 
Quarterback Stan Gelbaugh. m his final game for Maryland, was 
named Offensive Player of the Game after completmg 14 of 20 
passes for 223 yards and a pair of touchdowns. It was to be Bobby 
Ross' final game as Maryland's head coach. 



103 



Ranked Terps 









Associated Press 










1949 




1951 


1952 




1953 




1954 




1955 


L Notre Dame 


1. 


Tennessee 


1 Michigan State 


1. 


MARYLAND 


1 


Ohio State 


1, 


Oklahoma 


2. Oklahoma 


2 


Michigan State 


2. Georgia Tech 


2. 


Notre Dame 


2 


UCLA 


2, 


Michigan State 


3. California 


3. 


MARYLAND 


3- Notre Dame 


3. 


Michigan State 


3 


Oklahoma 


3. 


MARYLAND 


4, Army 


4. 


Illinois 


4, Oklahoma 


4. 


Oklahoma 


4, 


Notre Dame 


4, 


UCLA 


5- Rice 


5. 


Georgia Tech 


5, use 


5. 


UCLA 


5 


Navy 


5, 


Ohio State 


6- Ohio State 


6. 


Princeton 


6 UCLA 


6 


Rice 


6 


Mississippi 


6 


TCU 


7 Michigan 


7. 


Stanford 


7 Mississippi 


7. 


Illinois 


7 


Array 


7 


Georgia Tech 


8, Minnesota 


8- 


Wisconsin 


8, Tennessee 


8. 


Georgia Tech 


8. 


MARYLAND 


8, 


Auburn 


9 LSU 


9. 


Baylor 


9 Alabama 


9. 


Iowa 


9 


Wisconsin 


9, 


Notre Dame 


10. Pacific 


10. 


Oklahoma 


10. Texas 


10. 


West Virginia 


10 


Arkansas 


10. 


Mississippi 


11. Kentucky 


11. 


TCU 


11 Wisconsin 


11. 


Texas 


11 


Miami (Fla) 


11. 


Pittsburgh 


12. Cornell 


12. 


California 


12, Tulsa 


12. 


Texas Tech 


12 


West Virginia 


12. 


Michigan 


13 Villanova 


13. 


Virginia 


13. MARYLAND 


13. 


Alabama 


13 


Auburn 


13. 


use 


14. MARYLAND 


14. 


San Francisco 


14. Syracuse 


14. 


Army 


14 


Duke 


14. 


Miami (Fla) 


15 Santa Clara 


15. 


Kentucky 


15. Florida 


15. 


Wisconsin 


15 


Michigan 


15. 


Miami (Ohio) 


16. North Carolina 


16. 


Boston Univ, 


16 Duke 


16. 


Kentucky 


16 


Virginia Tech 


16. 


Stanford 


17. Tennessee 


17. 


UCLA 


17, Ohio State 


17, 


Auburn 


17 


use 


17. 


Texas A&M 


18. Princeton 


18. 


Washington State 


18, Purdue 


18, 


Duke 


18 


Baylor 


18. 


Navy 


19. Michigan State 


19- 


Holy Cross 


19, Princeton 


19, 


Stanford 


19 


Rice 


19. 


West Virginia 


20. Missouri 


20. 


Clemson 


20, Kentucky 


20 


Michigan 


20 


Penn State 


20, 


Army 


Baylor 




















1973 




1974 


1975 




1976 




1978 




1982 


1. Notre Dame 


1. 


Oklahoma 


1, Oklahoma 


1 


Pittsburgh 


1 


Alabama 


1 


Penn State 


2. Ohio State 


2. 


use 


2 Arizona State 


2, 


use 


2 


use 


2, 


SMU 


3 Oklahoma 


3, 


Michigan 


3 Alabama 


3- 


Michigan 


3 


Oklahoma 


3, 


Nebraska 


4 Alabama 


4. 


Ohio State 


4, Ohio State 


4, 


Houston 


4 


Penn State 


4 


Georgia 


5. Penn State 


5. 


Alabama 


5, UCLA 


5, 


Oklahoma 


5 


Michigan 


5 


UCLA 


6. Michigan 


6. 


Notre Dame 


6, Texas 


6, 


Ohio State 


6 


Clemson 


6 


Arizona State 


7. Nebraska 


7. 


Penn State 


7 Arkansas 


7 


Texas A&M 


7 


Notre Dame 


7 


Washington 


8. use 


8 


Auburn 


8 Michigan 


8. 


MARYLAND 


8 


Nebraska 


8 


Clemson 


9. Arizona State 


9. 


Nebraska 


9, Nebraska 


9. 


Nebraska 


9 


Texas 


9 


Arkansas 


Houston 


10. 


Miami (Ohio) 


10, Penn State 


10, 


Georgia 


10 


Houston 


10, 


Pittsburgh 


11. Texas Tech 


11. 


N, C- State 


11, Texas A&M 


11 


Alabama 


11 


Arkansas 


11. 


LSU 


12. UCLA 


12, 


Michigan State 


12, Miami (Ohio) 


12, 


Notre Dame 


12 


Michigan State 


12. 


Ohio State 


13. LSU 


13. 


MARYLAND 


13. MARYLAND 


13, 


Texas Tech 


13 


Purdue 


13. 


Florida State 


14. Texas 


14. 


Baylor 


14. California 


14, 


Oklahoma State 


14. 


UCLA 


14. 


Auburn 


15. Miami (Ohio) 


15, 


Florida 


15. Pittsburgh 


15, 


UCLA 


15 


Missouri 


15. 


use 


16. N. C. State 


16. 


Texas A&M 


16- Colorado 


16, 


Colorado 


16 


Georgia 


16. 


Oklahoma 


17. Missouri 


17. 


Mississippi State 


17. use 


17, 


Rutgers 


17 


Stanford 


17. 


Texas 


IB. Kansas 




Texas 


18. Arizona 


18, 


Kentucky 


18. 


N, C, State 


18, 


North Carolina 


19. Tennessee 


19. 


Houston 


19. Georgia 


19, 


Iowa State 


19. 


Texas A&M 


19, 


West Viiginia 


20. MARYLAND 


20. 


Tennessee 


20. West Virginia 


20, 


Mississippi State 


20. 


MARYLAND 


20. 


MARYLAND 


Tulane 


























USA Today 1 CNN 










1984 




1985 


1982 




1983 




1984 




1985 


1. Brigham Young 


1 


Oklahoma 


1. Penn State 


1, 


Miami (Fla.) 


1, 


Brigham Young 


1 


Oklahoma 


2. Washington 


2, 


Michigan 


2- SMU 


2, 


Auburn 


2 


Washington 


2 


Penn State 


3. Florida 


3- 


Penn State 


3. Nebraska 


3- 


Nebraska 


3. 


Florida 


3 


Michigan 


4. Nebraska 


4. 


Tennessee 


4. Georgia 


4, 


Georgia 


4, 


Nebraska 


4 


Tennessee 


5 Boston College 


5- 


Florida 


5. UCLA 


5, 


Texas 


5, 


Oklahoma 


5 


Florida 


6. Oklahoma 


6, 


Texas A&M 


6. Arizona State 


6, 


Brigham Young 


6 


Boston College 


6 


Miami 


7, Oklahoma State 


7, 


UCLA 


7. Pittsburgh 


7, 


Michigan 


7, 


Oklahoma State 


7 


Air Force 


8 SMU 


8- 


Air Force 


8. Arkansas 


8, 


Ohio State 


8 


SMU 


8 


Texas A&M 


9. UCLA 


9. 


Miami (Fla.) 


9. Clemson 


9, 


Florida 


9. 


MARYLAND 


9 


UCLA 


10, use 


10. 


Iowa 


10. Washington 


10, 


Clemson 


10 


South Carolina 


10 


Iowa 


11 South Carolina 


11. 


Nebraska 


11. LSU 


11 


Illinois 


11, 


use 


11 


Nebraska 


12. MARYLAND 


12. 


Arkansas 


12. Florida State 


12, 


SMU 


12, 


UCLA 


12 


Alabama 


13. Ohio State 


13. 


Alabama 


13. Ohio State 


13, 


Alabama 


13, 


LSU 


13 


Ohio State 


14. Auburn 


14. 


Ohio State 


14. use 


14, 


Air Force 


14, 


Ohio State 


14 


Florida State 


15- LSU 


15. 


Florida State 


15. Oklahoma 


15, 


West Virginia 


15, 


Auburn 


15 


Arkansas 


16 Iowa 


16. 


Brigham Young 


16. Auburn 


16, 


Iowa 


16, 


Miami 


16 


Brigham Young 


17. Florida State 


17 


Baylor 


17 West Virginia 


17, 


Tennessee 


17 


Florida State 


17 


MARYLAND 


18. Miami (Fla.) 


18. 


MARYLAND 


18. MARYLAND 


18, 


UCLA 


18, 


Virginia 


18 


Georgia Tech 


19. Kentucky 


19. 


Georgia Tech 


19. North Carolina 


19, 


Pittsburgh 


19. 


Kentucky 


19 


Baylor 


20. Virginia 


20. 


LSU 


20. Texas 


20, 


Penn State 


20. 


Iowa 


20 


Auburn 








21. Michigan 


21. 


Oklahoma 


21 


West Virginia 


21 


LSU 








22. Alabama 


22. 


Boston College 


22, 


Army 


22 


Army 








23. Tulsa 


23. 


Oklahoma State 


23, 


Georgia 


23 


Fresno State 








24. Iowa 


24. 


MARYLAND 


24, 


Air Force 


24 


Georgia 








25. Florida 


25. 


East Carolina 


25. 


Notre Dame 


25 


Oklahoma State 



104 



Ranked Terps 











United Press International 






1951 


1952 


1953 1954 




1955 


1974 


1 Tennessee 


1 


Michigan State 


1. MARYLAND 1 UCLA 




1 Oklahoma 


1 USC 


2. Michigan State 


2 


Georgia Tech 


2. Notre Dame 2 Ohio Slate 




2 Michiqaii Stnle 


2 Alabama 


3. Illinois 


3 


Notre Dame 


3. Michigan State 3 Oklahoma 




3. MARYLAND 


3. Ohio State 


4. MARYLAND 


4 


Oklahoma 


4. UCLA 4. Notre Dame 




4. UCLA 


4. Notre Dame 


5. GeoKjia Tecli 




use 


5. Oklahoma 5. Navy 




5. Ohio State 


5. Michigan 


6. Princeton 


6 


UCLA 


6. Rice 6 Mississippi 




6. TCU 


6 Auburn 


7. Stanford 


7 


Mississippi 


7. Illinois 7 Army 




7. Georgia Tech 


7 Penn State 


8. Wisconsin 


8 


Tennessee 


8. Texas 8. Arkansas 




8. Auburn 


8. Nebraska 


9. Baylor 


9 


Alabama 


9. Georgia Tech 9 Miami (Fla.) 




9 Mississippi 


9 North Carolina State 


10. TCU 


10 


Wisconisn 


10. lov^ra 10 Wisconsin 




10 Notre Dame 


10 Miami (Ohio) 


1 1 Oklahoma 


11 


Texas 


11. Alabama 11 USC 




11 Pittsburgh 


11 Houston 


12, California 


12 


Purdue 


12 Texas Tech MARYLANE 




12. USC 


12. Flroida 


13. Notre Dame 


13. 


MARYLAND 


13. West Virginia Georgia Tech 


13. Michigan 


13. MARYLAND 


14 San Francisco 


U 


Princeton 


14. Wisconsin 14 Duke 




14. Texas A&M 


14, Baylor 


Purdue 


15 


Ohio State 


15. Kenutcky 15, Michigan 




15. Army 


15. Texas A&M 


Washington State 




Pittsburgh 


16. Army 16. Penn State 




16 Duke 


Tennessee 


17. Holy Cross 


17. 


Navy 


17. Stanford 17. SMU 




17. West Virginia 


17. Mississippi State 


UCLA 


18. 


Duke 


18. Duke 18, Denver 




18. Miami (Fla.) 


18 Michigan State 


Kentucky 


19. 


Houston 


19, Michigan 19 Rice 




19. Iowa 


19. Tulsa 


20. Kansas 




Kentucky 


20, Ohio State 20, Minnesota 




20, Navy 
Stanford 

Miami (Ohio) 


USC 


1975 




1976 


1982 


1984 


1985 


1 Oklahoma 




1. Pittsburgh 


1 , Penn State 


1, 


Brigham Young 


1. Oklahoma 


2 Arizona State 




2 use 


2, SMU 


2. 


Washington 


2. Michigan 


3. Alabama 




3. Michigan 


3. Nebraska 


3. 


Nebraska 


3. Penn State 


4. Ohio State 




4. Houston 


4. Georgia 


4, 


Boston College 


4. Tennessee 


5. UCLA 




5. Ohio State 


5. UCLA 


5, 


Oklahoma State 


5 Air Force 


6. Arkansas 




6. Oklahoma 


6. Arizona State 


6, 


Oklahoma 


6, UCLA 


7. Texas 




7. Nebraska 


7. Washington 


7, 


Florida 


7 Texas A&M 


8. Michigan 




8. Texas A&M 8. Arkansas 


8, 


SMU 


8. Miami (Fla.) 


9 Nebraska 




9. Alabama 


9, Pittsburgh 


9. 


USC 


9. Iowa 


10. Penn State 




10. Georgia 


10, Florida State 


10, 


UCLA 


10. Nebraska 


11. MARYLAND 




11. MARYLAND 11 LSU 


11. 


MARYLAND 


1 1 . Ohio State 


12 Texas A&M 




12 Notre Dame 12. Ohio State 


12 


Ohio State 


12 Arkansas 


13. Arizona 




13. Texas Tech 13. North Carolina 


13. 


South Carohna 


13. Florida State 


Pittsburgh 




14 Oklahoma State 14. Auburn 


14. 


Auburn 


14. Alabama 


15 California 




15. UCLA 


15, Michigan 


15- 


Iowa 


15. Baylor 


16. Miami (Ohio) 




16 Colorado 


16, Oklahoma 


16. 


LSU 


16. Fresno State 


17. Notre Dame 




17. Rutgers 


17, Alabama 


17. 


Virginia 


17. Brigham Young 


West Virginia 




18 Iowa State 


18 Texas 


18. 


West Virginia 


18. Georgia Tech 


19 Georgia 




19. Baylor 


19, West Virginia 


19. 


Kentucky 


19. MARYLAND 


Kentucky 




Xorth Carolina State 20. MARYLAND 




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20. LSU 


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105 



Class Terps — Academic AII-AmericanSt ACG All-Academic 



Academic All -Americans 

COSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America) each 
year honors an Academic All-America football team made up of top 
scholar-athletes from universities around the country The Maryland 
recipients: 

1953 Bernie Faloney. QB (First Team) 

1954 George Palahumk. (First Team) 
1956 Mike Sandusky, T (First Team) 
1970 Steve Fromang, C (Second Team) 
1975 Kim Hoover. WR (Second Team) 

1977 Jonathon Claiborne. DB (Second Team) 
Joe Muffler. DE (Second Team) 

1978 Joe Muffler. DE (First Team) 

Academic All-America nominees must maintain a specific GPA 
(3.00 on 4.00 scale) or better and be a starter or top reserve. That 
minimum grade average was raised to 3.20 beginning with the 
1982 season. 





Joe Muffler 



Mike Sandusky 



NFFHF SCHOLARS 

The National Football Foun- 
dation and Hall of Fame each 
year honors scholar-athletes 
from universities around the 
nation by presenting them 
with $3,000 scholarships for 
post-graduate study. 

Jonathon Claiborne '78 was 
honored following his senior 
season. 

Scholar-athlete honorees 
must be seniors and graduate 
school candidates chosen for 
their football ability and perfor- 
mance, academic application 
and performance and 
outstanding leadership and 
citizenship. 



NCAA SCHOLARSHIPS 

The National Collegiate Athletic Association each year honors 
student-athletes from universities around the nation by Presenting 
them with $2,000 post-graduate scholarships: 

Jonathan Claiborne '78 was honored following his senior season. 




Jonathan Claiborne 



Class Terps 



For the fifteenth consecutive season a member of the University 
of Maryland football team was selected to the 1988 Atlantic Coast 
Conference All-Academic squad announced by Commissioner Gene 
Corngan, 

To be eligible, a player must have achieved at least a 3.0 grade 
point average for the previous school year, September to June. 

Ken Oberle. from Maryland was selected to the team for 1988. A 
civil engineering major from Pittsburgh. Pa , Oberle was selected to 
the team for the second consecutive season 

Pos. Player, School GPA 

C Stuan Albright. Duke 3 03 

TE Jeff Allen. Virginia 3 05 

OT Charles Cobb. N C. State , , 3 20 

OT Rod Fergu.son, Wake Forest 3 00 

WR Tim Finkletson. Virginia 3 26 

OT Ty Granger. Clemson 3 37 

WR Kurt Green. North Carolina 3 57 

QB Jonathan Hall. North Carolina 3 13 

OG Lance Hammond. N C State 3 25 

QB Ken Hull, Duke 3 03 

TE John Keller, North Carolina 3 28 

OT Kenneth Oberle, Maryland 3.00 

OT Ken Patterson. Duke 3 16 

DB Brian Vooletich. North Carolina 3 33 

LB Jeff Brown, Duke 3 20 

DB Bryan Causey, North Carolina 3 08 

DB Kevin Cook, Virginia 3 02 

MG Mike Diminick, Duke 3 50 

MG Mark Drag. Clemson 3 50 

LB Stacy Fields. Clemson 3 00 

DB Chris Hartsell. N C State 3 37 

DL Douglas Kley. Duke 3 36 

LB Lindsey Marshall, Duke 3 23 

DB Dean Mason. N.C State 3 76 

DL Alex Simakas. North Carolina 3 14 

MG Donny Sims, N C State 3 76 

DL Joe Wagner, Wake Forest 3 37 

LB Mitch Wike, North Carolina 3 50 

PK Mark Inderlied. Virginia 3 10 

PK Jeff Miller, Wake Foresi 3 00 

Terrapins on AU-ACC Academic Teams 



1954 
1955 
1956 



1960 
1961 

1963 
1967 
1968 
1970 



1972 
1973 
1974 



1975 



1976 



1977 - 



George Palahumk 
John Irvine 
Stanley Polyanski 
Donald Healy 
Mike Sandusky 
Donald Healy 
Tom Selep 
Dwayne Fletcher 
Bob Hacker 
Dick Novak 
David Nardo 
Chuck Tine 
Ralph Fnedgen 
Steve Fromang 
Pat Burke 
Len Santacroce 
Jerry Erhard 
Scott Shank 
Jerry Erhard 
Kim Hoover 
Bob Avellmi 
Rick Jennings 
Phil Waganheim 
Derick Harris 
Jim Brechbiel 
Tom Schick 
Kim Hoover 
John Schultz 
Mike Cielensky 
Bob Raba 
Gene Ochap 
Jonathan Claiborne 
Jonathan Claiborne 
Ralph Lary 
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 Lotion 

1981 - Brian Riendeau 

Mike Muller 

1982 - Joe Aulisi 

1983 - Greg Harraka 

1984 - Greg Harraka 

Frank Reich 
Richard Shure 

1985 - Dolph Tokarczyk 

1986 - Mark Agent 

Richard Shure 
John Soma 

1987 - Azizuddin Abduiaool 

Bob Arnold 
Ken Oberle 
Richard Shure 
John Soma 

1988 - Ken Oberle 



106 



Terp Support — Academics 



The creation of the Academic 
Support Unit at Maryland puts 
the University commitment to 
the student -athlete front and 
center. It is important to the 
University that each student- 
athlete grow academically and 
graduate, and to that end Aca- 
demic Support has as large a 
presence as any sport of pro- 
gram in the athletic department. 

Dr. Gerald Gurney, Assocate 
Athletic Directoi foi Academic 
Support and Compliance, over- 
sees a iprogram of intensive as- 
sessment, skell developm.ent, 
and counseling that is offered to 
each student-athlete. Academic 
Support offers a comprehensive 
program for personal and aca- 
demic development that 
includes the foUov^ing: 
•Personal academic career as- 
sessment. 
•Tutoring 
•Supervised study. 
•Learning skill programs. 
•Academic monitoring. 
'Computer training and usage. 
•Career mentorship. 
•Summer internships. 
•Career awareness programs 
and job hunting. 

Dr. Gurney joined Maryland 
in 1987 after tenures at South- 
ern Methodist and Iowa State, 
institutions which were lauded 
for their nationally recognized 
academic support programs. Dr. 
Gurney earned his PhD in 
higher education administration 
from Iowa State in 1980. He 
holds a master's degree in coun- 
seling and student personnel 
work, and a bachelor of science 
in English education, both from 
Ohio State University. 



Working with him is a distin- 
guished staff that includes: 
Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston 

coordinates the developmental 
services arm of the Unit, orga- 
nizing the student-athlete orien- 
tation, drug education and ca- 
reer programs. A licensed 
clinical pyscholigist. Dr. Adams 
Gaston also coordinates the var- 
ious counseling progams 
offered. She received her Ph.D. 
in counseling psychology from 
Iowa State m 1983. 

John Bowman is coordinator 
of academic counseling, and he 
directs the monitoring of 
student-athlete progress. In fol- 
lowing each student-athlete's 
progress towards a degree, he 
makes use of his 18 years of 
campus knowledge acquired as 
an academic advisor at College 
Park. Bowman received an MA. 
degree in 1976 from Case West- 
ern Reserve University in educa- 
tion 

Bea Fray's responsibilities 
include student services and 
certification, housing, financial 
aid, and academic counseling. 
She coordinates the increasing 
flow of certification paperwork, 
and is m charge of special rec- 
ognition awards such as the At- 
lantic Coast Conference Honor 
Roll, and Maryland's student 
honor roll. She has been at Col- 
lege Park since 1986, and 
earned a Master of Science in 
Education from Kansas State in 
1975. 

An Academic support staff 
member coordinates, trains and 
assigns the growing roster of 
over 100 tutors. They also over- 
see study sessions for the 
student-athlete and the athletic 
department book room. As part 
of the duties m tutoring, the de- 
partment coordinates a com- 
puter program that makes avail- 
able to the student-athlete 
immediate access to work time 
on personal computers. 

These four specialists head 
an Academic Support Unit that 
includes over 75 personnel. 
Maryland's commitment in aca- 
demic support is second to 
none. 




Dr. Gerald Gurney: academic counseling at Maryland is 
personal. 




Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston: academic counseling offers more than 
just a nuts and bolts tfirust. 




Jolin Bowman: specialists fill administrative roles 
designed to make sure academic and athletic goals are 
reaUzed. 



107 



Terp Strength and Conditioning 



Preparing an athlete to 
play a particular sport is the 
mission of the Strength and 
Conditioning program at 
Maryland. Proper training 
leads to more confidence on 
the athlete's part, and trans- 
lates into a competitive, 
ready Terrapin. 

Strength and Conditioning 
IS directed by Frank Costello, 
an extraordinary competitor 
and coach. As a Terrapin un- 
dergraduate, he was the 
third ranked high jumper in 
the world, NCAA Champion 
and four-time All-America. 
As a coach he led Maryland 
to both the IC4A Indoor and 
Outdoor team titles and was 
NCAA District Coach of the 
Year. Maryland's Strength 
and Conditioning Coordina- 
tor since 1981, Costello 
coaches the whole athlete. 
He is one of the leading au- 
thorities on the dangers of 
drug abuse in his profession, 
and IS a frequent guest on 
network television explain- 
ing the dangers of taking 
shortcuts to enhance the 
body. 

Costello and assistants 
Dave Pacella and Steve Wet- 
zel begin the road to physi- 
cally preparing an athlete to 
play their sport by conferring 
with the sport's coach, and 
then testing and evaluating 
the individual. Weight train- 
ing, speed training, flexibil- 
ity training — all could be 
part of a balanced prescrip- 
tion to excel, depending on 
the sport. 

Pacella is one of the great 
offensive lineman in Mary- 
land history and a profes- 
sional football veteran. He is 
one of three Terps in ACC 
history to win the Jacobs 
Blocking Trophy, awarded 
by the league to its 
outstanding lineman at sea- 
son's end. Wetzel set the 
Drug Free Collegiate bench 
press record of 385 pounds 
(165 pound class) while at 
Slippery Rock, and he 
teaches strength and condi- 
tioning classes at Montgom- 
ery Junior College. 



Maryland's commitment 
to strength and conditioning 
grows with the explosion of 
interest among athletes and 
coaches. Men's and wom- 
en's sports, team and indi- 
vidual competition — every 
sport IS involved. Two 
weight rooms now exist, 
with the facility expansion 
and refurbishment under 
The Maryland Partnership 
promising even better facili- 
ties m the future. 





108 



Terp Facilities 








Whether empty of full. Byrcl is a classic stadium with thv block M covering the end zone seats, a new animated scoreboard, and a Satur- 
day afternoon ACC Crowd. 





The Byrd Stadium complex has an artiiical surface field, and two Bermuda grass fields that would do well as fairways on a golf course. 




The Football Team House includes lockers, lounges, strength 
and conditioning facihties. 




109 



Athletic Department 



Director's Office 301-454-4705, 7230 
Lew Perkins, Athletic Director 
Col. Thomas Fields 
Joyce Taylor, Secretary 
Ruth Richards, Secretary 

Academic Advisors 454-2485 
Dr. Gerald Gurney, Associate AD 
Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston 
Bea Pray 
John Bowman 

Lori Panko, Secretary 

Business Office 454-2641 
Dwight Williams, Assistant AD 
Deborah Russell 
Genny Steiger 
Caren Jackson 
Mary Grimley 

Capital Campaign 454-3208 
Marc Jaffe 

Equipment Managers 454-2127 
Ron Ohringer, Head Mgr. 
Eric Youngstrom 

Golf Course 454-2131 
Bill "Spider" Fry, Director 
Ron Scales 
Glenn McCloskey 
Ed Schmitt 

Grounds Staff 454-2825 
Bunk Carter, Director 
Bill Reinohl 

M Club 454-5158 
Jack Flynn, Director 
Theresa Ryan, Secretary 

Operations & Facilities 454-6562 
Curt Callahan, Director 
Gary Parker 
Anne Byrdy, Secretary 

Sports Information 454-2123 
Herb Hartnett, Director 
Ivan Meltzer, Assistant 
Joe Blair, Assistant 
Chuck Walsh, Assistant 
Dee Stough, Secretary 
Rose Pietrzak, Assistant 

Sports Marketing 454-4687 
Jeff Hathaway, Assistant AD 
Neal Eskm 
Patty Benfield, Secretary 

Terrapin Club 454-4562 
Gordon Burris, Director 
Gib Romaine 
John Stevenson 
Dana Delaney, Secretary 

Ticket Office 454-2121 

Jack Zane, Ticket Manager 
Eloise Jones 
Eileen Morrissey 



Training Staff 454-4819 
J.J. Bush, Head Trainer 
Sandy Worth 
Jim Weir 
Bill Saylor 

Strength & Conditioning 454-6685 
Frank Costello, Director 
Dave Pacella 
Steve Wetzel 
Mike Vasihni 

Tennis Bubble 454-5742 
Gothard Lane, 
Assistant Athletic Director 

Baseball 454-4041 
Jack Jackson, Head Coach 
Jim Flack 
Bob Long 
Charlie Bree 

Men's Basketball 454-2126 
Gary Williams, Head Coach 
Roger McCready 
Bill Hahn 

Football 454-2125 
Joe Krivak, Head Coach 
George Foussekis 
Jeff Mann 
Steve Axman 
Denny Murphy 
Dick Portee 
Paul Tortorella 
Kurt Van Valkenburgh 
Tony Whittlesey 
Greg Williams 
John Zernhelt 

Varsity Sports 454-5854, 5970 
Gothard Lane, Assistant AD 
Sue Tyler, Assistant AD 
Nancy Shade, Secretary 

Golf 454-2131 
Don Slebodmk, Head Coach 

Men's Lacrosse 454-4328 
Richard Edell, Head Coach 
Dave Slafkosky 
Kevin O'Leary 
Cerne Long 

Soccer 454-6907 
Alden Shattuck, Head Coach 
Dean Foti 

Women's Soccer 454-3124 
Marcia McDermott, Head Coach 

Swimming & Diving 454-2756 
Steve Mahaney, Head Coach 
Jim Wenhold 
Cad Avel 
Mike Tober, Diving Coach 

Track and Field, Cross Country 

454-4816 
Bill Goodman, Head Coach 
Dan Rincon 
Tamela Penny 



Tennis 454-4136 

Bobby Goeltz, Head Coach 

Leigh Thompson 
Wrestling 454-2652 

John McHugh, Head Coach 

Curt Callahan 
Women's Basketball 454-5939 

Chris Weller, Head Coach 

Boe Pearman 

Steve Garber 
Field Hockey 454-5970 

Missy Meharg, Head Coach 

Christy Morgan 

Mandee Moore 
Gymnastics 454-7422 

Bob Nelligan, Head Coach 

Penney Hauschild 
Women's Lacrosse 454-5970 

Sue Tyler, Head Coach 

Missy Meharg 

Christy Morgan 

Mandee Moore 
Volleyball 454-7419 

Janice Kruger, Head Coach 

Susie Homan 




Football secretaries Dotti Warren atui Linda 
Kubany. 



110 



The Maryland Partnership 




The state of Maryland and 
friends of Maryland athletics 
have joined to create an ex- 
citing future for College Park 
sports facilities. Fifty-four 
million dollars is to be in- 
vested in the coming years 
in creation of a state-of-the- 
art environment for the 
Maryland competitor. The 
First Phase to be done is 
mostly the rebuilding of the 
Byrd Staduim complex. 



Twleve million doliaib is 
being raised from private 
contributions to match over 
$7 million in state monies 
that will allow for an over- 
haul of Byrd's Stadium's con- 
crete structure, new seating, 
new spectator support facili- 
ties (ticket booths, conces- 
sions, rest rooms), and a new 
press box. Buildings now en- 
closing the open end of the 
stadium horseshoe will be 
removed and replaced by a 



new football support facility 
that will house locker rooms, 
coach's offices, strength and 
conditioning, and sports 
medicine. Funds from phase 
one will also be used to de- 
sign an indoor practice facil- 
ity that will be attached to 
the new football support fa- 
cility. 

The refurbishment of Cole 
Field House, one of Ameri- 
ca's great indoor stadiums, 
mcludes a new playing sur- 



face, i. ,;;.:, li^:, iound system, 
and spectator support facili- 
ties. Extensive locker facili- 
ties, especially to accomo- 
date the explosion of 
women's sports smce Cole 
was built in 1955, are 
planned. A new academic 
support area, a wrestling 
room addition, and a thor- 
ough reconditionmg of Co- 
les's second, practice gym- 
nasium are part of Phase 
One. 



Ill 



The Maryland Partnership 





The Maryland Partnership 
will grow beyond Byrd Sta- 
dium and Cole Field House. 
Pictured above are new 
playing fields that will be 
liome to field hockey, soc- 
cer, track and field, baseball, 
acrosse, and tennis teams. 
Basketball, volleyball and 
wrestling will benefit from 
the refurbishment of Cole; 
not included in this artist's 
view of the future is a new 
natatonum for Terp swim 
teams which will be built a 
block to the left of Byrd Sta- 
dium. Maryland's 18 hole 
golf course and a praaice 
range are across University 
Boulevard from the pictured 
baseball field. 



113 



Terp Radio 



Maryland Broadcast Group 

The Maryland Broadcast Group will once again bring Ter- 
rapin fans the most comprehensive coverage of Maryland 
football with a 23 station network. 

The flagship of the network is watt WMAL in Washington, 
D.C. WMAL will feed stations throughout Maryland and 
Pennsylvania all the Terps' action this fall. Saturdays begin 
with an insightful pre-game show that includes in-depth 
analysis of both teams and interviews with coaches and 
players. The halftime show reviews first half action and fea- 
tures conversations with special guests. After the final gun, 
the post-game show wraps-up the day, including comments 
from Coach Krivak and a look at next week's opponent. 

For the 11th consecutive season, the popular Johnny Holli- 
day will serve as the "voice of the Terrapins". HoUiday, 
WMAL radio personality, brings Usteners closer to the game 
with his crisp play-by-play work. His knowledge and exper- 
tise on Maryland football enhances his game-day broadcasts. 

HoUiday is a multi-talented figure who is recognized na- 
tionally. Every morning, his sports updates can be heard on 
WMAL's highly rated Harden and Weaver show. In addition, 
his reports travel across the country via the ABC Information 
Network. 

HoUiday's credentials also include hosting the WMAL sta- 
dium show before each Redskms game and anchoring the 
1988 Winter Olympics m Calgary and the Summer Games in 
Seoul for ABC Radio. He also can be frequently seen on the 
Home Team Sports cable television network, hosting the 
Maryland Coach's Corner, the Redskins Report, and covering 
various live sporting events. 

Despite his busy schedule, the versatile HoUiday still finds 
time to participate m a variety of community activities for 
which he was honored by Washington Magazine as "Wash- 
ingtonian of the Year." His celebrity basketball and softball 
teams have raised more than a million dollars over the years 
for local chanties. HoUiday is also a fine actor who periodi- 
caUy performs at the Harlequin Dinner Theatre m RockviUe, 
Maryland. 

HoUiday and his wife, Mary Clare, are the parents of three 
daughters: KeUie, 29, Tracie, 26, and Moira, 10. 





MARYLAND 
DROADCAST GROUP 



Aberdeen WAMD-AM (970) 

Annapolis WBEY-FM (103.1) 

Baltimore WBAL-AM (1090) 

Bel Air WHRF-AM (1520) 

Cambridge WCEM-AM (1240) 

Carlisle, PA WIOO-AM (1000) 

Chestertown WCTR-AM (1530) 

Cumbedand WTBO-AM (1450) 

Denton WKDI-AM (840) 

Ehzabethtown, PA WPDC-AM (1600) 

Elkton WSER-AM (1550) 

Frederick WFMD-AM (930) 

Hagerstown WARK-AM (1490) 

HotSprmgs, VA WWES-AM (920) 

LaPlata WCMD-AM (1360) 

Lexington Park WPTX-AM (920) 

Ocean City WETT-AM (1590) 

Pocomoke City WDMV-AM (540) 

Thurmont WTHU-AM (1450 

Sahsbury WSBY-AM (960) 

Washington, DC WMAL-AM (630) 

Westminster WTTR-AM (1470) 

Woodstock, VA WAZR-FM (95.9) 




Johnny HoUiday: host of The 
Joe Krivak Show. 



WMAL 

radio II 

WBflL 



114 



Terp TV 




NCAA CHEVROLET SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS 
($1,000 Each From TV Gaines) 

1974 - Louis Carter vs. North Carolina (ABC) 

Randy White vs. North Carolina (ABC) 
Bob Avellini vs. Penn State (ABC) 

1975 - Kevin Benson vs. Kentucky (ABC) 

1976 - Mark Manges vs. Kentucky (ABC) 

Alvin Maddox vs. Clemson (ABC) 
Joe Campbell vs. Clemson (ABC) 
CharUe 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) 
Chuck Faucette vs. Miami (Fla.) (CBS) 
Stan Gelbaugh vs. Clemson (CBS) 
Alvin Blount vs. Virginia (CBS) 
Chuck Faucette vs., Clemson (CBS) 
Dan Henmng vs. Virginia (CBS) 



1980 
1982 

1983 



1985 



1986 



10/28 
11/18 



1989 University of Maryland Football 

Tentative Tube Schedule 

Games to begin at 12:00N EST 
(except where noted) 

TEAMS 

Maryland at N.C. State (ESPN) 3:00 p.m. 
Maryland at Georgia Tech (Jefferson Pilot) 
Maryland at Wake Forest (Jefferson Pilot) 
Duke at Maryland (Jefferson Pilot) 
N.C. State at Clemson (Jefferson Pilot) 
North Carolina at Maryland (Jefferson Pilot) 
Virginia at Maryland (Jefferson Pilot) 



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THE TOTAL SPORTS NETWORK 




First commerciaUy televised football game Pennsylvania vs. Maryland, 1940. 

115 



Terp Watchers — The Media 



Publication 

The Washington Post 

1150 15th St., N.W. 

Washington, D.C. 20071 

(202) 334-7350 

Sports Editor: 

George Solomon 

Beat Writer: Dave Sell 

The Washington Times 

3600 New York Ave., N-E. 

Washington, DC. 20002 

(202) 636-3251 

Sports Editor: Mark Green 

Beat Writer: John Hawkins 

Baltimore Morning Sun 

Calvert & Centre Sts. 

Baltimore, MD 21203 

(301) 332-6200 

Sports Editor: Marty Kaiser 

Beat Writer: Mike Preston 

Baltimore Evening Sun 

Calvert & Centre Sts. 

Baltimore, MD 21203 

(301) 332-6418 

Sports Editor: Jack Gibbons 

Beat Writer- Doug Brown 

Prince George's Journal 

9426 Annapolis Rd. 

Lanham, MD 20706 

(301) 731-8330 

Sports Editor: George Van 

Daniker 

Beat Writer- Chris Rowland 

The Diamondback 

3136 South Campus Dming Hall 

University of Maryland 

College Park, MD 20742 

(301) 454-4325 

Sports Editor: Mike Buckley 

Montgomery Journal 

2 Research Court 

Rockville, MD 20850 

(301) 670-1427 

Sports Editor: Jeff Thoreson 

Beat Writer: John Scheinman 

Frederick News-Post 

200 E. Patrick St. 

Frederick, MD 21701 

(301) 662-1177 

Sports Editor: Stan Goldberg 

Beat Writer: Stan Goldberg 



Hagerstown Morning Herald 

100 Summit Ave. 

Hagerstown, MD 21740 

(301) 733-5131 

Sports Editor: Doug Dull 

Beat Writer: Doug Dull 

Hagerstown Daily Mail 

100 Summit Ave. 

Hagerstown, MD 21740 

(301) 733-5131 

Sports Editor: Larry Yanos 

Beat Writer: Larry Yanos 

Annapolis Evening Capital 

2000 Capitol Drive 

Annapolis, MD 21404 

(301) 263-8576 

Sports Editor- Joe Gross 

Beat Writer. Brett Friedlander 

Cumberland Times 

7-9 Mechanic St. 

Cumberland, MD 21502 

(301) 722-4600 

Sports Editor: Steve Luse 

Salisbury Times 

P.O. Box 1937 

Salisbury, MD 21801 

(301) 749-7171 

Sports Editor Rick CuUen 

Easton Star-Democrat 

1 Airport Drive 

Easton, MD 21601 

(301) 822-1500 

Sports Editor: Richard Midcap 

Carroll County Times 

201 Railroad, Ave. 

P.O. Box 346 

Westminster, MD 21157 

(301) 848-4400 

Sports Editor: Brian Tomlin 

USA Today 

Sports Department 

P.O. Box 500 

Washington, D.C. 20044 

(202) 276-3714 



Radio 

WRC (NBC) (301) 587-4900 

8121 Georgia Avenue 

Silver Spring, MD 20910 

Sports Director 

WTOP (CBS) (202) 364-5864 

4646 40th St. 

Washington, D.C. 20015 

Harvey Smilovitz 

WMAL (ABC) (202) 686-3010 

4400 Jenifer St, 

Washington, D.C, 20015 

Johnny HoUiday, Ken Beatrice 

WCAO (ABC) (301) 486-4100 

189 Reisterstown Rd, 

Baltimore, MD 21208 

Bob Bartel 

WBAL (CBS) (301) 467-3000 

3800 Hooper Ave, 

Baltimore, MD 21211 

Jeff Rimer, Stan White 

WFBR (ABC) (301) 685-1300 

13 E, 20th St, 

Baltimore, MD 21218 

Doug Vair 

WFMD (Independent) 

(301) 948-8521 

P.O. Box 151 

Frederick, MD 21701 

Pierce Michaels 

WMUC (Campus Radio) 

(301) 454-6500 

Box 99 - Univ. of Maryland 

College Park, MD 20742 

Tom Wenz 

WYST (Independent) 

(301) 523-6900 

1111 Park Avenue 

Baltimore, MD 21201 

Bob Green 

Television 

WRC-TV (202) 885-4870 
(Channel 4 - NBC) 
4001 Nebraska Ave,, N,W. 
Washington, DC, 20016 
George Michael 
Todd Whitthorne 



WUSA-TV (202) 364-3814 

(Channel 9 - CBS) 
4001 Brandywine St., N.W. 
Washington, DC, 20008 
Glenn Brenner. Ken Mease 

WJLA-TV (202) 364-7726 

(Channel 7 - ABC) 
4461 Connecticut Ave. 
Washington, D.C, 20008 
Frank Herzog, Kevin Kiely, 

WTTG-TV (202) 895-3026 

(Channel 5 - Fox) 
5151 Wisconsin Ave,, N.W, 
Washington, DC, 20016 
Steve Buckhantz, 
Nathan Roberts 

WMAR-TV (301) 377-7558 

(Channel 2 - NBC) 
6400 York Rd. 
Baltimore, MD 21212 
Scott Garceau, Keith Mills 

WBAL-TV (301) 338-6510 
(Channel 11 CBS) 
3800 Hooper Ave. 
Baltimore, MD 21212 
Vince Bagli, Jerry Sandusky, 
Vernon Glenn 

WJZ-TV (301) 466-1152 

(Channel 13 - ABC) 
Television Hill 
Baltimore, MD 21211 
John Buren, Paul Sherry 

Wire Services 

Associated Press 

Tim Liotta 
222 St. Paul Place 
Baltimore, MD 21202 
(301) 539-3524 

United Press International 

Will Dunham 
1400 Eye St., N.W, 
Washington, DC. 20015 
(202) 898-8069 



Travel Plans 



N.C. STATE - Leave College 
Park at 11 A.M. on Friday, Sept. 
1 on a Gulf Air charter flight. 
The team will stay at the Ra- 
mada Inn Crabtree, 3920 Arrow 
Dr., Raleigh, NC 27612, (919) 
782-7525. The squad will return 
immediately after the game on 
a Gulf Air charter flight. 
CLEMSON - Leave College Park 
at 11 A.M. on Friday Sept. 22 on 
a Gulf Air charter flight. 



The team will stay at the Holi- 
day Inn of Clemson, 894 Tiger 
Blvd., Clemson, SC 29633, (803) 
654-4450. The squad will return 
immediately after the game on a 
Gulf Air charter flight. 
MICHIGAN - Leave College Park 
at 11 A. M. on Friday, Sept. 29 
on a Gulf Air charter flight. The 
team will stay at the Ann Arbor 
Marriott, 3600 Plymouth Ave., 
Ann Arbor, MI 48105. 



(313) 769-9800, The squad will 
return immediately after the 
game on a Gulf Air charter 
fight 

GEORGIA TECH - Leave Col- 
lege Park at 11 A, M. on Friday, 
Oct. 6 on a Gulf Air charter 
flight. The team will stay at the 
Atlanta Marriott Marquis, 265 
Peachtree Center Ave., Atlanta, 
GA 30303, (404) 568-6062. The 
squad will return immediately 



after the game on a Gulf Air 
charter flight. 

WAKE FOREST - Leave College 
Park at 1 1 A. M. on Friday, Oct. 
13 on a Gulf Air charter flight. 
The team will stay at the Hyatt 
Winston-Salem, 300 West Fifth 
St., Winston-Salem, NC 27102, 
(919) 725-1234. The squad will 
return immediately after the 
game on a Gulf Air charter 
flight. 



116 



Welcome to Maryland 



di BWI 
Airport 

USE EXIT 22-A 



Tiirections 

to Byrd Stadium 

From Baltimore 

Interstate-95 South to Capital Belt- 
way (Intersate-496); follow signs to 
College Prk. US 1 South 
(Interchange 25) After three traffic 
lights go West on Maryland 193. At 
second light, go left again onto Sta- 
dium Drive Byrd. Maryland's most 
historic stadium, is just ahead. 
From BWI 

(Baltimore/Washington 
International Airport) 
Baltimore-Washington Parkway 
(Maryland 295) south to Greenbelt 
Road (Maryland 193 West). Proceed 
through town of Greenbelt and take 
left on Stadium Dnve (two lights af- 
ter crossmg under U.S. 1). It's time to 
Terp Tailgate. 
Fiom the East 
(Annapolis) 

U.S. 50 to Capital Beltway (Interstate 
495); north on Interstate 495 to Col- 
lege Park: exit Beltway at 
Interchange 25 (U.S. 1 South): pro- 
ceed through three lights and take 
Maryland 193 West Exit. Two lights 
later is Stadium Drive and the Lair of 
the Fightmg Terp. 
From the West 
(Montgomery County) 
Capital Beltway (Interstate 495) to 
U.S. 1 South (Intercahnge 25); pro- 
ceed through two traffic lights and 
take Maryland 193 West Exit. A left 
two lights later at Stadium Dnve and 
it's Top Tailgating outside Byrd Sta- 
dium 

From National Airport 
Exit Airport and take Wilson Bridge 
to Capital Beltway (Interstate 495). 
Go North to Exit 25 (U.S. 1 South). Go 
through three hghts and take Mary- 
land 193 West. Two lights later and 
it's a touch down at Byrd Stadium. 

IVhere to Stay 

Holiday Inn 

10000 Baltimore Blvd. 

College Park 

(301)345-6700 

Holiday Inn 

7200 Hanover Dnve 

Greenbelt 

(301)982-7000 

Best Western 
Maryland Inn 
2601 Baltimore Blvd. 
College Park 
(301)474-2800 

Umversity of Maryland 
Center Of Adult Education 
Located on Campus 
(301)779-5100 



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FOOTBALL 

1986 




Terrapin Game Days 

September 2 • North Carolina St. 

Carter-Finley Stadium 3:30 p.m. 

September 9 • West Virginia 
Byrd Stadium 1 p.m. 

September 16 - Western Michigan 

Byrd Stadium 1 p.m. 



September 23 - Clemson 
Memorial Stadium 



Noon 



September 30 - Michigan 

Michigan Stadium 



1 p.m. 



October 7 - Georgia Tech 

Grant Field 



1 p.m. 



October 14 - Wake Forest 

Groves Stadium 



Noon 



October 21 • Duke (Homecoming) 

Byrd Stadium Noon 

October 28 - North Carolina 

Byrd Stadium Noon 

November 11 - Penn State 

Baltimore Memorial Stadium 1 p.m. 



November 18 - Virginia 
Byrd Stadium 



Noon 





Jack Scarbath 
Game Program 1953 



Dick Shiner 
Media Guide 1963 



HOVSTOIV 




Mark Manges 
Cotton Bowl 1977 




Coach Joe Krivak 




Bob AveUini 

1973-75 - posed action photo 1974 



MARYLAN\D 




Bernie Faloney 
Game Program 1953 




Stan Gelbaugh 
Media Guide 1985