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Contents 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND FOOTBALL 

ferp Football al a Glance 2-10 

THE COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach Ron Vanderlinden 12- 14 

Assistant Coaches 1 

Support Staff 24-25 

SEASON PREVIEW 

Season Preview ! 

1 >epth ( hart ( preseason ) 33 

Uphabetical Roster 54 35 

Numerical Rostei 36-37 

Pronunciation ( luide 37 

Personnel Breakdown 38 

Quick Facts 39 

State b\ State Roster 40 

THE 1998 TERRAPINS 
veteran biographies 

(listed alphabetically ) 42-64 

Newcomer biographies 
(listed alphabetically) 6 68 

THE OPPONENTS 

1998 Opponent Information 70-80 

1997 IN REVIEW 

Final 1997 Statistics 82-84 

1997 Starters by Position 84 

Team/Opponent Came Statistics 85 

Individual Game-by-Game Statistics 86-87 

1 997 \CC Standings 88 

ACC All-Conference learn 88 

ACC Individual Statistics 88-89 

ACC Team Statistics 90 

Game-by-Game Recaps 91-96 

RECORDS 

Team Records 98-99 

Individual Records 100-101 

Ail-Time leaders 102-109 

1 00-Yard Rushing Games 110 

Yearly Leaders 111-114 



HONORS 

All -Americans I 16-1 17 

All At ( Selections 1 18-119 

ream Awards 120 

t oaches' Awards 121 

Terps in the Hall of Fame 122-123 

All A< 1 Vcademk Selections 121 

HISTORY 

Yearly Records 1 26 

Series Records 1 27 

Series Results 128 I 50 

Ycar-bv Year Results 131-137 

Kips in the Rankings 138 

I eltermen 139 -144 

POSTSEASON 

At i ( hampionship Teams 146-149 

Bowl Recaps 150 1 58 

Bowl Records 159-160 

TERPS IN THE NFL 

All-Time NFL Draft Picks 162-163 

All-lime NFL Roster 161-166 

Nil Players by Position 167 168 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

University of Maryland 170-173 

President 1 »an Mote 174-173 

Athletic Director Deborah A. Yow 176-177 

Athletic Administration 178-179 

Athletic Staff 180 

Medical Staff 1 8 1 

Terrapin Club 1 82 

Major Gift Fundraising 183 

Academic Support 1 84- 1 85 

Distinguished Alumni 186-187 

Byrd Stadium 188-189 

Gossett Football Team House 190-191 

Strength and Conditioning 192-193 

ACC Information 194 

ACC Schedule 1998 195 

Bowl Schedule 196 

1997-98 Athletic Review 197 




Terps on Radio 198 

Media Covering Maryland 199 

Media Information 200 



The 1998 edition of the University of Maryland football media guide contains the basic information on Terrapin football. It was compiled an edited by 
Dave Haglund, with assistance from Chuck Walsh, Tricia Hughes, Kevin Messenger, Dave Gell, Mark Ragonese, Sandy Ratke, 1 (avid O'Brian, Kevin Foley, 
Matthew 1 cw and Nichole Tips. Lisa Helfert of the Media Relations Office was the chief photographer. The family photographs of the football staff were 
by David Christianson of Classic Professional Photography in College Park. Other photo contributions by Michael Schoenberg. Layout and design by 
Dave Pfeiffer of Concrete Creative, typesetting bv Kathy Mvrick, printing by Chroma Graphics. 

The L'niversity of Maryland is an equal opportunity institution with respect to both education and employment. The university does not discriminate 
on the basis of race, color, origin, sex, or handicap in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities as required by 

federal (Title VI, Title IX, Section 504) and state laws and regulations. Inquiries regarding compliance with Title VI of 
the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, Title IX of the 1972 Educational Amendment, Section 504 of the 
Rehabilitation Act of 1973, or related legal requirements should be directed to the Office of Human Relations, 1107 
Hornbake Library, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742; telephone 301-405-2838. Inquiries 
concerning the application of Section 5-4 and Part 34 of the C.F.R. to the University of Maryland, College Park, 
may be directed to Director, Disabled Student Services, 0126 Shoemaker Hall, University of Man-land, College 
Park, MD 20742; telephone (301) 314-7682 (voice) or (301 1 314-7683 (TTY). 

ON THE COVER: Front — Featured are senior linebacker Kendall Ogle, running back LaMont Jordan and head 

coach Ron Vanderlinden. Photos of Kendall Ogle, LaMont Jordan and Byrd Stadium by Lisa Helfert; photo of 

Ron Vanderlinden by Michael Schoenberg. Back — Featured on the back are wide receiver Moises Cruz and 

offensive tackle John Feugill. Photos of Moises Cruz and John Feugill by Lisa Helfert. Campus photo by John Consoli. 




Our Mission Statement 



Our mission is to take the stu- 
dent-athlete where he cannot 
take himself. 

We create an environment 
that teaches young men to: 

1. Relentlessly pursue theACC 
championship, while always 
embracing the highest ideals 
of intercollegiate athletics 
and staying within the acade- 
mic mission of the University 
of Maryland. 

2. Appreciate and embrace 
cultural diversity. 

3. Grow and develop as lead- 
ers, as students, and as indi- 
viduals. 



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Our Mission Statement 



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Our program is built on the 
premise that each person's 
individual integrity will be 
honored. The respect, affec- 
tion and care existing 
between the players and the 
coaching staff will create the 
chemistry that will mold our 
football team into a family. 
We operate with one heart- 
beat... because we are one. 



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The Maryland football pro- 
gram will transform today's 
student-athlete into tomor- 
row's leader, by creating an 
environment where excel- 
lence is pursued academically, 
athletically, and socially. 



This is Maryland 



There is no better place to be than 
the University of Maryland, 
College Park. As Washingtonian 
magazine noted in its December, 
1997 issue, "...kids are turning 
down schools like Princeton and 
Virginia to go to College Park." 
With its top-ranked academic 
programs, nationally recognized 
faculty, diverse population, and 
lush 1,580-acre campus located 
between Washington, D.C. and 
Baltimore, Md., it's no wonder the 
University of Maryland is a 
sought-after destination for some 
of the state's — and the country's 
— best and brightest students. 

Attracting them are more than 
100 majors and some of the high- 
est-ranked programs in the coun- 
try. For instance, in the 1998 U.S. 
News & World Report rankings of 
graduate schools, the Clark 
School of Engineering was ranked 
13th in the nation, the School of 
Public Affairs was ranked 20th, 
and the College of Education 
placed 23rd. The Maryland School 
of Business was ranked 27th, and 
also was named one of the coun- 
try's 25 best business schools for 
entrepreneurs by Success magazine. 




This is Maryland 



I [igh lech, engineering and service industries thrive in proximity to the 
campus, offering a wide spectrum ol internships, work-study opportu- 
nities and career choices for students. And, the campus is surrounded by 
the dynamic cultural opportunities that only a major metropolitan area 
can provide. 



Whether your focus is the sciences or the humanities, a small town 
atmosphere or a metropolitan feel, the University of 
Maryland otters a wide range of educa- 
tional and cultural opportunities. There 
is no better place to be than the 
University oi Maryland, College Park. 




Terrapin Game Day 



The game day experience 
at Byrd Stadium has a 
uniqueness all its own 
which can only be realized 
by becoming part of the 
event. The pageantry which 
encompasses a Saturday 
in the Park and a Terrapin 
football game are unmatched 
in the Atlantic Coast 
Conference. Events on 
game day are fully 
interactive and enjoyed 
before, during and after 
every contest at Byrd. 



"I chose 
Maryland 
because I love 
the atmosphere 
here. Basically, 
I just love the 
state of 
Maryland and 
the school itself. 
When you see a 
big home crowd, 
it gives you noth 
ing but pride 
to know you're 
playing for the 
state of 
Maryland and 
those fans. 
It's an honor." 

Eric liarton 




"We're making 
big strides in 
where we want 
to go and how we 
want to get 
there. Once we 
get it going, 
things will really 
snowball." 

Ken Mastrole 



Terrapin Game Day 



"/ really believe 
in Coach Vandy. 
Everywhere he's 
been, he's won. 
He may have 
started out at 
the bottom, but 
he got to the top 
each time. Fans 
just need to 
believe and be 
ready to hear 
about Maryland 
football. We all 
need to be one 
heartbeat, one 
team." 

LaMont Jordan 



Maryland fans arrive early 
to generate the Terrapin 
spirit which has become a 
longstanding tradition 
throughout the campus 
on a beautiful autumn 
day. The backdrop of the 
campus only enhances the 
spirit surrounding a 
football game at Byrd 
Stadium. The revelry on 
campus and around the 
stadium has become 
legendary. 



"I came to 
Maryland to be 
part of a new 
era. We're mak- 
ing progress and 
have a lot to look 
forward to. My 
message to fans 
is, 'Keep an eye 
out for us. We're 
up and coming. 
We've got some- 
thing to prove.'" 

Tony Jackson 



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"We have great 
fans and they 
have a huge 
impact on our 
team. When you 
feel you have 
their support, 
you don't want to 
let them down." 

John Feugill 



Some Place Special 



City lights, history, sparkling waterfronts, monumental land- 
scapes. Jazz, film festivals, marches and demonstrations. 
Shopping, professional sports, regattas on the Chesapeake Bay. 
Not just one city, but three. Not just any city, but the nation's 
capital, a major port city, and the state capital of Maryland. It's 
all here beyond the campus. 

The nation's capital and its major attractions are within 10 
miles of Byrd Stadium. And the highly efficient Metro rail sys- 
tem, with a new station at the campus doorstep, makes navigat- 
ing the greater Washington, D.C., area easy. Campus shuttles 
serve the College Park Metro station, allowing easy access to 
one of the country's model transportation systems. 

Baltimore is just 35 miles north of the University of Maryland. 
Its rejuvenation as an urban center is unprecedented. The Inner 
Harbor, its national aquarium and tall ships, and the nearby 
Oriole Park at Camden Yards 
create an exciting, vibrant, holi- 
day atmosphere in a city that 
boasts one of the world's great 
sea ports. The heart of Maryland, 
the Chesapeake Bay, is 20 miles 
from campus, and the state capi- 
tal, Annapolis, is 30 miles away. 




Washington Monument 



Some Place Special 



( ampus neighbors include such important national resources 
as the 1 ibrary ol < ongress, the Smithsonian Institutions, the 
National Institute of 1 lealth, the National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration, and the U.S. I >epartment of Agriculture's 
Agricultural Research ('enter. 

Washington and Baltimore can be reached easily from any- 
where in the world. USAir, which is headquartered in the met- 
ropolitan area, uses Baltimore/Washington International 
Airport as its hub. Dulles International Airport is a huh foi 
United Airlines, and the area is serviced b) Reagan National 
Airport. College Park is 10 minutes from the Amtrak Northeast 
( orrnlor I ine and frequent train service along the East Coast. 




O O T 8 A L L 



In the Spotlight 




Playing for the Terps means competing in the 
Washington/Baltimore media market, the nation's 
fourth-largest. 



DID YOU KNOW? 



The Terps are covered extensively by two of the nation's top 10 

newspapers: the Washington Post 
and the Baltimore Sun. 

■ USA Today, the nation's newspa- 
per, is headquartered less than 20 
miles from Byrd Stadium. 

■ The Maryland Terrapin radio net- 
work, which can be accessed up and 
down the East Coast, boasts one of 
the largest coverage areas in colle- 
giate sports. 

■ Every major national television network — ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox 
— has a major news-gathering affiliate in both Washington and 
Baltimore. No university in the East boasts eight major news outlets 
within a 35-mile radius of its campus — except for the University of 
Maryland. 

■ ACC football will receive extensive live television coverage in 1998, 
with ABC ( 14 games), ESPN/ESPN2 ( 10 games) and J-P Sports ( 10 
games) combining for 34 telecasts. Over the next eight years, ABC and 
ESPN/ESPN2 will combine to televise 238 ACC games. 

■ The Atlantic Coast Conference was cleared on 295 radio stations 
during the 1997 season, totaling more than 500 hours of live game 
coverage. 

■ ESPN, which originated its first-ever sports broadcast from the 
University of Maryland in 1979, has been a regular visitor to Byrd 
Stadium over the years. 

■ The Tyser Tower press box at Byrd Stadium seats more than 160 
members of the print media on its third level and features state-of- 
Ihe-art facilities for radio and television on the fourth level. 






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Coaching Staff 



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T B A I L 



Ron Vanderlinden 



Ron Vanderlinden 




It 



Head Coach 

A coach intimately 
familiar with turning 
around college foot- 
ball programs enters 
his second season at 
the University of 
Maryland intent on 
doing just that in 
College Park. 

Ron Vanderlinden, 
42, took over as the 
Terps' head coach in December 1996 follow- 
ing five seasons as the top assistant for the 
Northwestern Wildcats, whose meteoric rise 
to national prominence included the school's 
first Rose Bowl appearance since 1949 and 
first conference championship since '36. 
Previously, Vanderlinden spent nine seasons 
as an assistant at Colorado, where he was part 
of a program that made six bowl appearances 
in a seven-year stretch, including a victory in 
the Orange Bowl to win the 1990 national 
title. 

"I absolutely think Maryland should be one 
of the premier programs in the country," said 
Vanderlinden on the day he was introduced 
as the Terps' head coach. "We have a beautiful 
campus in a great location, first-class facilities 
and an impressive stadium, a supportive 



administration committed to winning, and a 
large fan base with enthusiastic boosters. 
These are the essential ingredients necessary 
for success." 

Since arriving in College Park in the winter 
of '96, Vanderlinden has been tireless in his 
efforts to awaken the Terrapins' grid fortunes, 
focusing on his twin goals of "graduating all 
of our players and winning the [conference] 
championship." 

Those were similar goals during his days at 
Northwestern, where he served as Gary 
Barnett's assistant head coach and defensive 
coordinator from 1992-96. In that span, a 
moribund Northwestern program — one that 
hadn't had a winning season in more than 20 
years — was transformed into a two-time Big 
Ten Conference champion and Rose Bowl 
participant. The Wildcats won five league 
games in the first three seasons, but then 
went 15-1 in conference play on way to cap- 
turing consecutive Big Ten titles in 1995 and 
'96. Northwestern played USC in the 1996 
Rose Bowl and Tennessee in the 1997 Citrus 
Bowl. 

At Northwestern, Vanderlinden was the 
chief architect of a defensive unit that in 1995 
finished first nationally in scoring defense 
( 12.7 ppg) and third nationally in turnover 
margin ( + 1.82 pg). In '96, the Wildcats fin- 
ished 19th nationally in turnover margin. In 
addition to heading up Northwestern's defen- 
sive efforts, Vanderlinden oversaw the inside 




linebackers and punt return unit. The 
Wildcats were among the nation's top 10 
punt return teams three times, finishing first 
in '92, fourth in '93 and ninth in '95. 
During his tenure at Northwestern, 
Vanderlinden recruited and coached several 
of the most outstanding players in school his- 
tory. Under his guidance, Northwestern's Pat 
Fitzgerald was the 1995 and '96 Big Ten 
Defensive Player of the Year and a two-time 
All-American. Fitzgerald also was named the 
Chuck Bednarik and Bronko Nagurski 
national defensive player of the year in '95, as 



THE VANDERLINDEN FILE 


PERSONAL 




Date of Birth 


an. 9, 1956 


Hometown Liv 


onia, Mich. 


Alma Mater 


.Albion '78 


Year at Maryland 


2nd 


AS A PLAYER 




Albion College 




Football (center), Baseball 


1974-77 


AS A COLLEGIATE ASSISTANT 




Bowling Green 




Graduate Assistant 


1978 


Michigan 






1979-80 


Ball State 




Offensive Line 


.... 1981-82 


Colorado 




Defensive Line, 




Recruiting Coordinator 


1983-91 


Northwestern 




Assistant Head Coach 


1992-96 


Defensive Coordinator 




Inside Linebackers 




Punt Returns 




AS A COLLEGIATE HEAD COACH 


Maryland 1997 


..2-9 





"Ron Vanderlinden learned how to 
be a successful coach by not just 
working under the best coaches 
college football has to offer, but by 
learning under the best coaches 
college football has to offer. One 
last point — his players love to 
play for him." 



Gary Danielson 

I SPN 



12 



Ron Vanderlinden 



well .is the national defensive playei ol the 
yen by Chevrolet and Sports Illustrated. 

The success enjoyed on the field by the 
Wild< ats was congruenl w u li Vanderlinden's 
philosophy ol high academic achievement. 
Northwestern earned recognition In the 
( ollege 1 ootball Assoc iation as one ol the 
exemplary academic programs in the nation. 

vanderlinden came to Northwestern after 

io.u lung Colorado's del ensue line for nine 
years I L983-91). He also served as the 
Buffaloes' recruiting coordinator for two 
years I 1985 86). While at ( U, he coached 
three All Americans and five llrst team All 
Big I ight selections. In addition to winning 
the I WO national championship, l oloiado 
captured three Big Fight titles l 1989, 1990, 
1991 ) and played in six bowl games. From 
1985-91, Colorado's defensive unit was con 
sidered among the best in the country, rank- 
ing No. 10 for fewest touchdowns allowed, 
I 1th in fewest points allowed and 18th in 
total defense. 

i >nh three years alter his arrival in 
Boulder, the Buffaloes advanced to their first 
howl game in nine seasons. All told, CU 
would make six howl appearances during 
Vanderlinden's final seven seasons on the 
staff, including the 1990 campaign, when the 
Butts won the national championship. 

It was Vanderlinden's hands-on experience 
in two successful and stunning rebuilding 
efforts which attracted him to Maryland ath- 
letic director Deborah A. Now. 

"Ron won unanimous support of our 
selection committee, and that was great 
because he was always my top choice," said 
Vow. "Everyone has said that he is a dynamic 
coach, that he is knowledgeable, a relentless 
recruiter and a tireless worker. He's done 
twice what we want a coach to do: build up a 
program. And the rebuilding jobs were at 
good academic schools in Colorado and 
Northwestern. Based on those credentials, he 



THE MCCARTNEY LEGACY 



NORTHWESTERN'S METEORIC RISE TO NATIONAL PROMINENCE 



Year 
1992, 
1993 
1994 

1 995 

1 996 



Overall 
i 8 

3-7-1 
10-2 
9-3 



Big Ten Bowl Appearance Final National Ranking 

3-5 

8 

8-0 (1st) 

7-1 (T-lst) 



Rose 

( atrus 



8 AP 



COLORADO'S METEORIC RISE TO NATIONAL PROMINENCE 



Year 


Overall 


Big 


1 983 


4-7 


2-5 


1984 


1 10 


1 6 


1985 


7-5 


4-3 


1 986 


6-6 


6 1 


1987 


7-4 


4-3 


1 988 


8-4 


4-3 


1989 


111 


7-0 


1990 


11-1-1 


7-0 


1 99 1 


8-3-1 


6-0 



Bowl Appearance Final National Ranking 



(T-3rd) freedom 

1 2nd) Bluebonnel 

Freedom 
( 1st i ( (range 

(1st) Orange 

1 (T-lst) Blockbuster 



i \r 

National champion 
20 AP 




When Ron Vanderlinden took over at Maryland, he became the ninth former assistant 
under Bill McCartney at Colorado selected to head up a Division I-A program. Here's a 
list ot former McCartney Colorado aides who later became head coaches: 



Coach School 

Gary Barnett Northwestern 

lim Caldwell Wake Forest 

Ron Dickerson Temple/ Alabama State. 



.At Colorado 
..1984-91 
.1982-84 
.1982-84 



Gerry Dinardo LSU 1982-90 

Steve Logan E. Carolina 1985-86 

Rick Neuheisel Colorado 1994 

Bob Simmons Oklahoma State 1988-94 

LouTepper Illinois 1983-87 

Ron Vanderlinden Maryland 1983-91 



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13 



O O T B A L L 



Ron Vanderlinden 



was an early front runner." 

Vanderlinden began his full-time coaching 
career at Ball State University in 1982, where 
he worked with the offensive line for two 
years. From Ball State he moved to Colorado, 
then to Northwestern. 

As a graduate assistant coach, he began his 
coaching career at Bowling Green State 
University under Denny Stolz in 1978. He 
then moved on to the University of Michigan, 
where he was a graduate assistant in 1979 and 
'80 on Bo Schembechler's staff. During his 
time in Ann Arbor, Michigan participated in 
both the Gator and Rose bowls. 

Said Bill McCartney, former head coach at 
Colorado: "Ron is a student of the game. He 
brings energy and fire to the game. I expect 
Maryland to be a physical and very versatile 
football team. I expect them to run with 
authority and pass with continuity. On 
defense, I expect they will play with an 
aggressive, challenging style." 

Vanderlinden earned his bachelor's degree 
from Albion (Mich.) College in 197S. A four- 
year starter at center, he was a two-time first 
team all-conference selection, earning the 
honor as a junior and senior, when Albion 
posted undefeated seasons. Albion also par- 
ticipated in the first Division III playoff game 
in school history. He also earned three varsi- 
ty letters in baseball. 

A native of Livonia, Mich., Vanderlinden 
and his wife, Lisa, have a daughter, Chelsea, 
and a son, Reid. Vanderlinden is one of seven 
children born to Pete and the late Mary 
Vanderlinden. Pete was one of 14 children 
born to Belgian immigrants of Dutch 
descent. 





"We're looking for young 
men who want to build the 
building — not simply go 
to a program in place, rent 
space and put on someone 
else's jersey. I'm looking for 
young men of character 
who will cherish tradition 
and take Maryland back to 
the top." 




Ron Vanderlinden 

Head Coach 
of Maryland 



"We needed a coach with signifi- 
cant success in the NCAA at the 
Division I level, someone who could 
build a football program into a 
champion and someone who cares 
about the academic success of the 
student-athletes. In Coach 
Vanderlinden, we found all of 
those attributes." 

Deborah A. Yon' 

Director of Athletics 
University ol Maryland 

"I'm on a college campus every 
weekend and coaches all over the 
country have told me that 
Maryland is a sleeping giant. I 
think Vandy is about to awaken the 
monster." 

Tim Brant 

\K( television 
lefferson-Pilot Sports 



"The year before Vanderlinden 
joined Bill McCartney's Colorado 
staff, the Buffaloes were 1-10. Six 
years later they were national 
champions. When Vanderlinden 
left Colorado to accompany Gary 
Barnett to Northwestern, they 
inherited a 3-8 team and the 
specter of 2 1 straight losing sea- 
sons. Four years later as 
Vanderlinden proudly said, 'We 
took the purple to Pasadena.' 

Tony Kornheiser 

Sportswriter 

The Washington Post 




14 



Coaching Staff 



WallyAke 




Defensive Coordinator 
Inside Linebackers 

Wally Ake, who has 

been .1 pari oi 12 bowl 
teams iluiing an 18- 
year major college 
coaching career, is in 
Ins second season as 
the Terps' defensive 
coordinator. Ake, who 
handled defensive 

ends last season, is 

overseeing the inside 
linebackers in [998. 

Ake joined Ron Vanderlinden's stafi in 
L997 after a three-year stint as defensive coor- 
dinator at Rice University, where he helped 
lead the Owls to a 7-4 record and a second 
place Western Athletic Conference Mountain 
Division finish in 1996. In 1994, Rice's defen- 
sive unit finished among the nation's top 25 in 
lour categories as the Owls captured a share ot 
the Southwest Conference title. In addition to 
coordinating Rice's defense from 1494-96, he 
coached the Owls' defensive line (1996) and 
the inside linebackers | 1994-95). 

Ake previously worked in the Atlantic 
(oast Conference when he served as 
Clemson's inside linebackers coach from 
[990 93. Under Ake's defensive leadership, the 
I igers participated in the 1993 Peach Bowl, the 
1991 Citrus Bowl and the 1990 Hall of Fame 
Bowl. Clemson's 1990 squad ranked first in the 
nation in total defense, while the 1991 team 
was ranked No. 1 against the rush. 

Prior to his stint at Clemson, Ake spent six 
years mi the coaching staff at University of 
Arkansas, where he coached the defensive line 
from 19S4-NN and the linebackers in 1989. 
During his time in Fayetteville, the Razorbacks 
captured two consecutive Southwest 
Conference titles (1988-89) and played in 
bowl games all six seasons, including the 
Orange Bowl 1 1986) and the Cotton Bowl 
(1988-891. 

Ake, 48. is a 1972 graduate of the College of 
William & Mary, the same school at which he 
launched his college coaching career in 1979. 
He graduated from Falls Church (Va.) High 
School in 1968. He later spent five seasons on 
the coaching staff at Falls Church, serving as 
defensive coordinator and linebackers coach 
from 1974-77 and as head coach in '78. After 
starting his college coaching career at College 
ol William & Mary in '79, he moved on to 
Arkansas as a graduate assistant in 1980 before 
serving a three-year stint 1 1981-83) as defen- 
sive line coxh at the U.S. Air Force Academy. 

He and his wife. Chris, have one son, 
Aaron. 



THE AKE FILE 



PERSONAL 

Date (if Birth Aug. 11,1950 

Hometown Falls Church, Va. 

Alma Mater William & Mary '72 

Year al Maryland 2nd 

COACHING HISTORY 

M Mil I AM) 

I >efensive I oordinator, 
Inside Linebackers, 

Defensive Ends 1997- 

Rice 

I )efensive < oordinator 

Inside linebackers 

Defensive 1 me 199 1 96 

Clemson 

Inside Linebackers 1990 93 

Arkansas 

Defensive Fine/Finebackers 1984-89 

U.S. Air Force Academy 

Defensive Line 1981-83 

Arkansas 

Graduate Assistant 1980 

College of William 8; Mary 
Linebackers 1979 

BOWL HISTORY 

1993 Peach Bowl 

1991 Citrus Bowl 

1990 Hall of Fame Bowl 

1989 Cotton Bowl 

1988 Cotton Bowl 

1987 Liberty Bowl 

1986 Orange Bowl 

1985 Holiday Bowl 

1984 Liberty Bowl 

1983 Independence Bowl 

1982 Hall of Fame Bowl 

1980 Hall of Fame Bowl 




RON VANDERLINDEN ON WALLY AKE: 
"Wally and I have been close friends 
in football for the past 15 years. His 
knowledge of the game has always 
impressed me. There is not a defen- 
sive coordinator in college football 
with more big-game experience or 
bowl game participation than Wally 
Ake. The most impressive quality 
about Wally is the type of person he 
is. He is a great leader and role 
model to our players, as well as an 
outstanding family man." 




15 



Coaching Staff 



Craig Johnson 




Offensive Coordinator 
Quarterbacks 

Craig Johnson, who 
coached alongside 
Ron Vanderlinden 
during the resurgence 
of Northwestern's 
football program, is in 
his second season as 
the Terps' offensive 
coordinator and quar- 
terbacks coach. 

A former starting 
quarterback at the 
University of Wyoming, lohnson last year 
tutored Brian Cummings, whose completion 
percentage (60.4%) was the seventh-best in 
University of Maryland history. At 
Northwestern, he oversaw the Wildcat quar- 
terbacks for five seasons, including quarter- 
back Steve Schnur, who was the Big Ten's pass 
efficiency champion in 1996, and Len 
Williams, who finished his career as the fifth- 
leading passer in conference history. All told, 
he coached three Wildcat quarterbacks to All- 
Big Ten honors in five seasons. 

lohnson has coached on four teams that 
advanced to bowl games, including 
Northwestern squads that played in the 1996 
Rose and 1997 Citrus bowls. He also coached 
in the 1985 Peach Bowl while at Army and the 
1984 Liberty Bowl while at Arkansas. 

Prior to his stint at Northwestern, Johnson 
served as offensive coordinator and quarter- 
backs coach for three seasons (1989-91) at 
Virginia Military Institute. During that time, 
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PERSONAL 

Date of Birth March 3, 1960 

Hometown Aurora, Colo. 

Alma Mater Wyoming '83 

Year at Maryland 2nd 

COACHING HISTORY 

Maryland 

Offensive Coordinator, 

Quarterbacks 1997- 

NORTHWESTERN 

Quarterbacks 1992-96 

Virginia Military Institute 
Offensive Coordinator, 

Quarterbacks 1989-91 

Rutgers 

Running Backs 1986-88 

Army 

Running Backs 1985 

Arkansas 

Graduate Assistant 1984 

Wyoming 

Graduate Assistant 1983 

BOWL HISTORY 

1997 Citrus Bowl 

1996 Rose Bowl 

1 985 Peach Bowl 

1984 Liberty Bowl 



olten.se in 1990 and first nationally in rushing 
offense in 1991. VMI's quarterback, Tony 
St. iks, ended his career as the second-leading 
rushei among quarterbacks in Division I A A 
history. 

lohnson entered the collegiate coaching 
ranks as a graduate assistant at Ins alma mater, 



RON VANDERLINDEN ON CRAIG JOHNSON: 
"As I received head coaching 
inquiries, the first person I contacted 
was Craig Johnson, whom I had 
worked with five previous years at 
Northwestern University. During 
our five years together it was easy to 
see that Craig was one of the bright 
young offensive minds in football. 
Craig's coaching and development of 
the Northwestern quarterbacks 
played a large role in the two Big 
Ten championships we won together 
at Northwestern. He is an outstand- 
ing teacher and football strategist. 
Craig is thorough in his preparation 
and is a great family man. 
Maryland's offense is in great hands 
under his leadership." 



Wyoming, in 1983. After one season on the 
Cowboys' staff, he joined Arkansas' program 
as a graduate assistant in 1984, when the 
Razorbacks played in the Liberty Howl. In 
1985, he was a part time assistant running 
backs coach at Army, lohnson then moved on 
to Rutgers, where he served as running backs 
coach for three seasons | 1986 88). 

Johnson was a three-year letterwinner as a 
quarterback al Wyoming, throwing for more 
than 1,100 yards and seven touchdowns in a 
starling role his senior season of 1982. 

lohnson, 38, and his wife, 1 'allelic, have 
two daughters, Shelb) and Sydney. 



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Coaching Staff 



Rubin Carter 




Defensive Line 

Former Nl I lineman 
Rubin Carter, who 
played foi the I lenver 
Broncos from 1975- 
86, is in Ins second 
season .is Maryland's 
defensive line coach. 
Carter Joined the 
rerrapins' stafl in 
1997 after spending 
the previous two sea- 
sons in .1 similar 
capacity a1 San lose State under [ohn Ralston. 
A prototype nose tackle during a long and 
successful career in the National Football 
League, Carter was .1 durable pro who 
appeared in 166 games over the course ol Ins 
12-year Nil. career. At the lime of his retire- 
ment, he played in more games (152) at nose 
tackle than any other NFL player in history, 
and his 166 games played tied tor the fifth 
most in team history. He totaled 1,036 tackles, 
including 33 sacks, during his professional 
career. Carter, who was featured on the cover 
of Sports Illustrated in 1977, missed just two 
games from 1975-85, a remarkable achieve- 
ment tor a nose tackle. Highly regarded as a 
Strong emotional leader during his Broncos' 
career, he was Denver's nominee in 1986 lor 
the Ed Block Memorial Award of Courage. 

After retiring from pro football in 1986, 
Carter remained in the Broncos' organization 
as a defensive line coach from 1987-89, where 
he tutored four All-Pro defensive linemen: 
Simon Fletcher, Rulon [ones, Karl 
Mecklenburg and Greg Kragen. He was a part 
ot three Super Bowl teams while with Denver 
— as a coach in Super Bowl XXTV and as a 
plaver in Super Bowls XXI and XII. 

A 1975 graduate of the University ot 
Miami, Carter was the Hurricanes' most valu- 
able player in 1973 and a Kodak, UPI and 
\smk i.ited Press Ail-American in 1974. 1 le was 
named MVP of the 1975 Hula Bowl. He was a 



RON VANDERLINDEN ON RUBIN CARTER: 
"Rubin's reputation as a player and 
coach is only exceeded by the 
tremendous reputation he has 
earned as an extraordinary person. 
His 12 years and three Super Bowls 
with the Denver Broncos speak vol- 
umes about Ins tenacity, work ethic 
and expertise at the defensive line 
position. Rubin is an outstanding 
teacher and motivator, as well as a 
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Broncos. 

( larter was inducted into the Ft. Lauderdale 
Hall of fame in 1981 and the University of 
Mi'ami Sports Hall of Fame in '92. 

Carter, 45, and his wife, Karen, have one 
daughter, Diandra, and three sons, Andre, 
Alvin and Joshua. Andre began his major col- 
lege football career at the University of 
California in the fall of 1997. 



THE CARTER FILE 



PERSONAL 

Dale of Birth Dec. 12, 1952 

Hometown It. Lauderdale, Fla. 

Alma Mater Miami '75 

Year at Maryland 2nd 

COACHING HISTORY 

Maryland 

Defensive line 199 

San Jose State 

Defensive Line 1995-96 

HOWARD 

I Mcnsive ( loordinator, 

I (efensive Line 1989-93 

Denver Brom os 

Defensive Line 1987-89 

BOWL HISTORY 

Super Bowl XII Playei 

Super Bowl XXI Player 

Super Bowl XXIV Coach 









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Coaching Staff 



Mike Gundy 




Wide Receivers 

Mike Gundy, a four- 
year starting quarter- 
back at Oklahoma 
State who still figures 
prominently in the 
Cowboys' record 

book, joined Mary- 
land's staff in 1997 as 
wide receivers coach. 

Prior to his arrival 
in College Park, 
Gundy spent one sea- 
son as an assistant coach at Baylor (1996) and 
six seasons as an assistant coach at Oklahoma 
State (1990-95). At Baylor, Gundy was the 
Bears' passing game coordinator and quarter- 
backs coach; at Oklahoma State, he started out 
as wide receivers coach, took over as quarter- 
backs coach in 1992, and was elevated to 
offensive coordinator in 1994. 

During his four seasons as a starting QB at 
Oklahoma State ( 1986-89), Gundy established 
most major school passing records and fin- 
ished his career as the Big Eight's all-time 
leader in total offense. A three-year team cap- 
tain, Gundy led the Cowboys to a cumulative 
record of 29-14 as a starter. Major school 
records set by Gundy included passing yards in 
a game (429) and season (2,203); career (58.3 
percent) and season (64.8 percent) comple- 
tion percentage; and completions in a game 
(27) and season (170). 

Gundy, who shared the same backfield 
with two of football's greatest tailbacks ( Barry 
Sanders and Thurman Thomas), helped lead 
the Cowboys to back- to-back 10-2 seasons in 
1987 and '88. Oklahoma State defeated West 
Virginia in the '87 Sun Bowl and Wyoming in 
the '88 Holiday Bowl. His 2,163 passing yards 
in '87 ranked him second in the NCAA. That 
same year, Oklahoma State led the nation in 
touchdowns (70) and points scored (522). 
Gundy was selected to play in the 1990 Japan 
Bowl following his senior season. 

The 30-year-old Gundy and his wife, 
Kristen, have one son, ( lavin. Gundy's brother, 
< ale, was a four-year starting quarterback at 
Oklahoma. 



THE GUNDY FILE 



PERSONAL 

Date of Birth Aug. 12, 1967 

Hometown Midwest City, Okla. 

Alma Mater Oklahoma State '90 

Year at Maryland 2nd 

COACHING HISTORY 

Maryland 

Wide Receivers 1997- 

Baylor 

Passing Game Coordinator, 

Quarterbacks 1996 

Oklahoma State 
Offensive Coordinator, 
Quarterbacks/Receivers 1990-95 

BOWL HISTORY 

1988 Holiday Bowl 

1987 Sun Bowl 





RON VANDERLINDEN ON MIKE GUNDY: 

"1 first became acquainted with Mike Gundy during his years as a quarter- 
back at Oklahoma State. He was an outstanding college quarterback, leading 
the Oklahoma State Cowboys to two straight 10-2 seasons. 1 knew Mike 
to be a great competitor and player who found a war to get the job done. 
He canned the same reputation as a coach, having served as an offensive 
coordinator in two different Division I programs prior to his 30th birthday. 
Mike is truly one of the great passing innovators in college football" 



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Coaching Staff 



Bob Heffner 



Tight Ends/Offensive Tackles 






Bob Heffner, whose 
father, Fred, played for 
the Taps' national 
championship team 
in 1953, is in Ins sec 
ond season on 
Maryland's coaching 
staff. The laps' tight 
ends coach in 1997, he 
h.ul his duties 
expanded in the off- 
season to include the 
offensive tackles 

Heffner, who brought 17 years ol coaching 
experience with him to College Park, joined 
the Maryland stall aftei serving .is offensive 
line coach at Northern Illinois in 1996. 

I leffner coached at Lafayette College lor a total 
of five seasons on two separate occasions prior 
to Northern Illinois, lie was Lafayette's offen- 
sive coordinator and offensive line coach from 
1993-95 and offensive line coach in 1988-89. 
During his time at the Easton, Pa., school, 
Lafayette claimed Patriot league champi- 
onships in 1988 and '94. 

Between his coaching stops at Lafayette, 
Heffner spent lour years in the professional 
ranks. He served as the director of player per- 
sonnel and offensive coordinator for the Arena 
I eague champion Tampa Bay Storm in 1993 
,\\\A as offensive line and running hacks coach 
for the British Columbia Lions of the 
Canadian Football League. 

During his time with British Columbia, the 
1 ions Doug Flutie was voted the CFL's Most 
Valuable Player alter setting the league record 
for passing yards in a season, and Jim Mills 
was named the league's Most Valuable 
Offensive lineman in 1990 and '91. 

Heffner began his collegiate coaching 
career with Illinois state as the interior defen- 
sive line coach in 1981 before taking ovei as 
offensive line coach during a seven-year stay 
with the Redbirds. Under his guidance, Illinois 
State had two offensive linemen earn All- 
American recognition and eight claim first 
team all-conference honors. In addition, three 
backs posted 1,000-yard rushing seasons. 

A 1979 graduate of Temple, Heffner earned 
three letters as an offensive guard and played 
on Owl teams that made Mirage Bowl appear- 
ances in '77 and '78. He began his college 
coaching career at his alma mater in '79, help- 
ing the Owls to a Garden State Bowl victory 
over California that same year. 

Heffner, 42, and his wife, Nancy, have three- 
daughters, Katie, Molly and Shelby. 




RON VANDERLINDEN ON BOB HEFFNER: 
"Bob is an outstanding teacher, 
motivator ami technician. One of 
Bob's career highlights I was most 
impressed with was the fact that he 
coordinated an offense in the 
Canadian Football League that led 
the league in total offense. Our 
tight ends and offensive tackles 
will be proficient under Bobs 
direction." 




THE HEFFNER FILE 



PERSONAL 

Date of Birth Aug. 2, 1956 

Hometown Morrisville, Pa. 

Alma Mater Temple 79 

Year at Maryland 2nd 



COACHING HISTORY 

Maryland 
Tight Ends, 

Offensive Tackles 1997- 

Northern Illinois 

Offensive Line 1996 

Lafayette College 
Offensive Coordinator, 

Offensive Line 1993-95 

Tampa Bay Storm 

Director of Player Personnel 

Offensive Coordinator 1993 

British Columbia Lions 
Offensive Coordinator, 
Offensive Line, 

Running Backs 1990-92 

Lafayette College 

Offensive Line 1988-89 

Illinois State 
Offensive Line, 

Interior Defensive Line 1981-87 

Temple 

Graduate Assistant 1979 

BOWL HISTORY 

1979 Garden State Bowl 

1978 Mirage Bowl 

1 977 Mirage Bowl 



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Coaching Staff 



Mike Locksley 




Running Backs/Recruiting Coordinator 

Mike Locksley, who 
took over as the Terps' 
recruiting coordina- 
tor this past spring, is 
in his second season 
in charge of 

Maryland's running 
backs. Last season, he 
tutored freshman 
LaMont Jordan, who 
broke most major 
Maryland freshman 
rushing standards on way to finishing runner- 
up for ACC Rookie of the Year honors. 

Born Christmas Day 1969 in Washington, 
D.C., Locksley is a 1992 graduate of Towson 
University, where he was a three-year starter in 
the Tigers' backfield from 1988-91. Locksley, 
who started one year at cornerback and two at 
safety, was named his team's defensive MVP as 
a senior. He finished 19th on the school's all- 
time tackles list. Locksley also was a member 
of Towson's basketball team during the 1991- 
92 season. 

A graduate of Towson in business adminis- 
tration, Locksley began his coaching career 
overseeing special teams and defensive backs 
at his alma mater in 1992. He moved on to the 
Naval Prep Academy in Newport, R.I., where 
he served as defensive coordinator, defensive 
line coach and head track and field coach. 

In 1995, Locksley was named an assistant 
coach at the University of the Pacific in 



THE LOCKSLEY FILE 



PERSONAL 

Date of Birth Dec. 25, 1969 

Hometown Washington, D.C. 

Alma Mater Towson '92 

Year at Maryland 2nd 

COACHING HISTORY 

Maryland 
Running Backs, 

Recruiting Coordinator 1997- 

Army 

Receivers/Tight Ends 1996 

University of the Pacii k 

I inebackers 1995 

U.S. Navai. Prep Academy 
Defensive Coordinator, 

I lefensivi I ine 1993-94 

Towson University 

Defensive Backs, 

Special Teams 1992 

BOWL HISTORY 

1996 Independi nee Bowl 




Stockton, Calif., where he oversaw the outside 
linebackers and special teams. He then 
returned to the East Coast, accepting a posi- 
tion coaching the wide receivers and tight ends 
at Army. During his one-year stint at Army, 
the Cadets defeated rival Navy and appeared 
in the Independence Bowl. At Army, he helped 
develop tight end Ron Leshinski, who earned 
All-East honors. 

Locksley, 28, and his wife, Kia, have three 
sons, Mike, Meiko and Kai. 



RON VANDERLINDEN ON MIKE LOCKSLEY: 
"Mike Locksley was recommended 
as one of the bright young coaches 
in college football. He is an out- 
standing role model and family 
man, and is on his way to becom- 
ing one of the outstanding football 
coaches in the country." 




20 



Coaching Staff 



Doug Mallory 



Defensive Backs 






Doug Mallory, an 
honorable mention 
All American safet) 
during Ins playing 
days .11 Michigan, 
joined the Maryland 
coaching stafl in 1997 
after spending the 
previous three seasons 
coaching the defen- 
sive backs and special 
teams at Indiana 
University. 

Son of former Indiana head coach Bill 
Mallory, Doug Mallor) is in his 11th season 
coaching .it the collegiate level. He began his 
coaching career in 1988 .is ,i graduate assistant 
at Indiana before taking an assistant coaching 
job for one season (1989) at Army. He then 
moved on to Western Kentucky for a four-year 
st.u. spending his last two seasons as defensive 
coordinator. Under his guidance, the 
Hilltoppers' defense finished 18th nationally 
in final statistical rankings in 1993. 

As a player, Mallory totaled 182 tackles and 
six interceptions at Michigan during his four- 
year career. The Wolverines played in four 
major bowl games -- the Sugar, Holiday, 
Fiesta and Rose — and shared the 1986 Big 
Ten championship during his five-year stay. As 
a senior co-captain, he earned second team 
All-Big Ten honors and honorable mention 
Associated Press All-America recognition after 
finishing second on the team in tackles (71 ). 

A 1988 graduate of Michigan with a degree 
in sports management and communications, 
Mallory. 33, and his wife, I isa, have two 
daughters, Emily and Allison. 

RON VANDERLINDEN ON DOUG MALLORY: 
"Doug is a great teacher and has a 
tremendous feel for tlie secondary. 
His experience as a defensive back 
at the University of Michigan helps 
him relate well to the players he 
coaches. Having competed against 
Doug's secondaries in the Big Ten a 
number of times, I was well aware 
of his coaching ability." 





THE MALLORY FILE 



PERSONAL 

Date of Birth Nov. 2, 1964 

Hometown DeKalb, 111. 

Alma Mater Michigan '88 

Year at Maryland 2nd 

COACHING HISTORY 

Maryland 

Defensive Backs 1997- 

Indiana 
Defensive Backs, 

Special Teams 1994-96 

Western Kentucky 
Defensive Coordinator, 
Defensive Backs, 
Special Teams, 

Inside Linebackers 1990-93 

Aii\n 

Offensive Line 1989 

Indiana 

Graduate Assistant 1988 

BOWL HISTORY 

1988 Liberty Bowl 

1987 Hall of Fame Bowl 

1986 Rose Bowl 

1985 Fiesta Bowl 

1984 Holiday Bowl 

1983 Sugar Bow] 



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FOOTBALL 



Coaching Staff 



Danny Rocco 




Outside Linebackers 

Danny Rocco, who 

.spent the past four 
seasons on the coach- 
ing staff at the 
University of Texas, 
arrived in College 
Park in February 1998 
to oversee the outside 
linebackers. 

Rocco, who served 
on lohn Mackovic's 
staff at Texas, coached 
the outside linebackers his first three seasons 
with the Longhorns and served as defensive 
ends coach and special teams coordinator in 
1997. The Longhorns won the inaugural Big 
12 championship game in 1996 and played in 
three bowls during his stay, including the 
Fiesta, Sugar and Sun. 

Before joining Texas' staff, he was the 
defensive line coach at Boston College ( 1991- 
93), outside linebackers/strong safeties coach 
at Tulsa ( 1988-90), assistant inside linebackers 
coach at Colorado (1987), and defensive line 
coach at Wake Forest ( 1986). He also spent the 
1984 and '85 seasons on Wake's stall .is a grad- 
uate assistant. At Boston College, he served 
under former Golden Eagles coach Tom 
Coughlin, and helped BC to back-to-back 
bowl appearances. 

A native of Pittsburgh, Pa., Rocco played 
two seasons at Perm State before transferring 
to Wake Forest. At Perm State, he earned a pair 
of letters and played in the 1979 Liberty Bowl 
and the 1980 Fiesta Bowl. At Wake Forest, he 
was a two-year starting linebacker and team 
captain in 1983. 

All told, Rocco has participated in nine 
bowl games as a player and coach. 

Rocco is a 1984 graduate of Wake Forest 
with a bachelor's degree in speech communi- 
cation. He earned his master's in education 
and counseling in 1987. 

Part of a football coaching family, Rocco's 
lather, Frank, is an assistant athletic director at 
Penn State and was a successful high school 
coach in Western Pennsylvania prior to join- 
ing |oe Paterno's stall at Penn Stale in 1982. 
His brother, Frank, |r., is a former Penn State 
quarterback who currently coaches at the high 
school level. 

Rocco and his wife, lulie, have a son, David, 
and a daughter, Amy. 




RON VANDERLINDEN ON DANNY ROCCO: 
"Danny and I coached together at 
the University of Colorado in the 
late '80s. We then competed 
against each other when Danny 
was an assistant at Boston College 
under Jacksonville jaguars coach 
Tom Coughlin. Danny is known to 
he a great fundamental football 
coach and a coach whose players 
have the deepest respect and admi- 
ration for him." 



THE ROCCO FILE 



PERSONAL 

Date of Birth July 16, 1960 

Hometown Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Alma Mater Wake Forest '84 

Year at Maryland 1st 

COACHING HISTORY 

Maryland 

Outside Linebackers 1998- 

Texas 

Defensive Ends, 
Outside Linebackers, 

Special Teams 1994-97 

Boston College 

Defensive Line 1991-93 

Tulsa 

Outside Linebackers, 

Strong Safeties 1988-90 

Colorado 

Asst. Inside Linebackers 1987 

Wake Forest 

Defensive Line 1986 

Wake Forest 

Graduate Assistant 1984-85 

BOWL HISTORY 

1997 Fiesta Bowl 

1995 Sugar Bowl 

1994 Sun Bowl 

1994 Carquest Bowl 

1993 Hall of Fame Bowl 

1990 Independence Bowl 

1982 Tokyo Mirage Bowl 

1980 Fiesta Bowl 

1979 Liberty Bowl 




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Coaching Staff 



Elliot Uzelac 




Offensive Centers/Guards 

Elliot Uzelac, a former 
major college head 
coach who is consid- 
ered one ni the top 
offensive line techni- 
cians in the country, 
joined Ron 

Vanderlinden's staff in 
February 1998 to 
oversee offensive cen- 
ters and guards. 

The 57-year-old 
Uzelac brought 31 years of coaching experi- 
ence with him to College Park — 30 at the col- 
legiate level ami one in the NFL. He most 
recently served as offensive coordinator offen 
sue hue coach at the University of Minnesota 
in 1997. 

Prior to Minnesota, he worked the 1995 
and '9(i seasons as associate head coach and 
offensive coordinator at the University ot 
Kentucky, where he oversaw a Wildcats' unit 
that committed just 16 turnovers in '95, lewest 
in school history. In addition, the Wildcats' 30 
touchdowns in 1995 were the most since 1984 
and the 24 rushing TD's were the most since 
1974. The Wildcats' 1995 roster included tail- 
hack Moe Williams, who rushed for 1,600 
yards, established three SEC records and set 1 5 
school marks that season. 

From 1993-94, he served as offensive coor- 
dinator at Colorado, directing a CU unit that 
led the Big Eight in total offense both seasons 
and set or tied 55 school records. Colorado's 
1994 offense was led by Heisman Trophy win- 
ner Rashaan Salaam and Kordell Stewart. 

A 1964 graduate of Western Michigan, 
Uzelac also has coached for the Cleveland 
Browns (1992i, Ohio State (1991), Indiana 
(1990), Navy ;head coach 1987-89, assistant 
coach 1971-72), Michigan (1982-86, 1973-74), 
Western Michigan (head coach 1975-81), and 
Bowling Green (1968-70, 1965). Among the 
coaches he has served under include Bo 
Schembechler, Bill McCartney, Don Nehlen 
and Bill Mallorv. 

During his seven seasons as head coach at 
Western Michigan, he guided his alma mater 
to more Mid- American Conference victories 
than any coach in school history to that point. 
He was named MAC Coach of the Year in 
1976. Uzelac later served a three-year stint as 
head coach at the U.S. Naval Academy. 

Uzelac earned a master's degree in physical 
education from Bowling Green in 1966. He 
and his wite, Wendy, have two children, Lisa 
and Nick, and one granddaughter, Jordan. 



THE UZELAC FILE 



PERSONAL 

Date of Birth July 24, 1941 

Hometown Gary, Ind. 

Alma Mater Western Michigan '64 

Year at Maryland 1st 

COACHING HISTORY 

Maryland 

Offensive Guards/Centers 1998- 

MlNNESOTA 

Offensive Coordinator 1997 

Kentucky 

Associate Head Coach 

Offensive Coordinator 1995-96 

Colorado 

Offensive Coordinator 1993-94 

Cleveland Browns 

Assistant Coach 1992 

Ohio State 

Assistant Head Coach 1991 

Indiana 

< )ffensive Line 1990 

Navy 

Head Coach 1987-89 

Michigan 

Offensive Line 1982-86 

Western Michigan 

Head Coach 1975-81 

Michigan 

Offensive Line 1973-74 

Navy 

Offensive Line 1971-72 

Bowling Green 
Offensive Coordinator, 

Offensive Line 1968-70 

Bowling Green 

Graduate Assistant 1965 

BOWL HISTORY 

1994 Fiesta Bowl 

1993 Aloha Bowl 

1992 Hall of Fame Bowl 

1991 Peach Bowl 

1987 Rose Bowl 

1986 Fiesta Bowl 

1 985 Holiday Bowl 

1984 Sugar Bowl 

1983 Rose Bowl 




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RON VANDERLINDEN ON ELLIOT UZELAC: 

"Elliot has coached in several of the finest programs in the nation. He has 
also had 10 years of head coaching experience in Division I football Four of 
the greatest college football coaches ever and men that I deeply respect — Bo 
Schembechler, Bill McCartney, Bill Mallory and Bill Curry — recommended 
Elliot as the finest offensive line coach that they had ever worked with. I have 
personally known Coach Uzelac for all of my 21 years of coaching. I am 
excited about the experience that he brings to our staff and liis ability to 
develop outstanding offensive lines." 



23 



Coaching Staff 



Owight Gait 



Head Strength and Conditioning Coach 

Dwight Gait, a mem- 
ber of the Terps' 
strength staff since 
1989, is in his fifth 
year as Maryland's 
head strength and 
conditioning coach. 
His responsibilities 
include managing the 
department's three 
training facilities and 
coordinating strength and conditioning pro- 
grams for the Terps' 24 varsity sports, with 
special emphasis on football and men's basket- 
ball. 

Gait, who earned his bachelor's degree in 
business management ( 1981 ) and his master's 

Todd Hobin 





International Sports Science Association. He is 
a member of the National Strength and 
Conditioning Association and the United 
States Powerlifting Federation. 

During his time in College Park, he has 
worked with a number of teams which have 
advanced to national postseason play, includ- 
ing the 1984 ACC and Sun Bowl champi- 
onship football team, and the Terps' 1985, 
1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 and 1998 NCAA men's 
basketball tournament teams. 

The 41 -year-old Gait and his wife, Jan, have 
four children: Angie, Teri, Dwight IV and 
Tom. 



degree in exercise physiology ( 1989) from the 
University of Maryland, is certified by the 



Director of Video Services 

Todd Hobin, a former 
assistant coach at 
Cornell and Ithaca 
College, is in his sev- 
enth season as 
Maryland's director of 
video services. 

Hobin's video exper- 
tise allows him to ser- 
vice the Terps' football 
program from his 
state-of-the-art lab in the football building. 

Hobin and his staff videotape all of the 
Terps' football practices and games and then 
employ a sophisticated editing system to break 
down the footage for use by the coaches. 

Prior to being named the Terps' director of 





video services, Hobin was on the coaching 
staff at Cornell for three years (1989-91). 



During his stint with the Big Red, he helped 
coach the running backs and served as the 
freshman team's offensive coordinator. In 
1990, the Big Red won the Ivy League champi- 
onship. Before joining the Cornell staff, he 
served on the staff at Ithaca College as an assis- 
tant defensive backs coach and defensive coor- 
dinator for the junior varsity. Ithaca captured 
the 1988 Division III national championship. 

A native of Holland Patent, N.Y., Hobin 
graduated cum laude from Cortland State, 
where he was a three-year letterman at run- 
ning back and punter. Hobin transferred to 
Cortland State from Hamilton College, where 
he spent one season as the team's starting free 
safety. 

Todd and his wife, Candice, have a son, 
Bryce. 



Jay Robinson 



Director of Football Operations 




[ay Robinson assumed 
duties as director of 
football operations in 
April 1998 after 
spending I he previous 
24 Mars as either a 
playei or coach at 

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including operations, team travel and schedule 

coordination. 

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basis upon graduation before moving into a 
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offense foul tunes in his six seasons as offensive 
coordinator, including second in 14^3. He 
began Ins coaching career as .m assistant offen 
sive line coach before taking over the secondary 
and special teams, l [e was elevated to offensive 
coordinator in 1492. The Tigers reached the 
1 >i\ ision II semifinals in 1984 and posted top l<> 
finishes in the final Division II rankings in '83, 
'84, '85 and '86 before moving up to Division 1 
\\ Ibwson finished with national Division 1 
VA top ' ■ i ankings in 1993 and '9 I 

Robinson was a foui yeai letterman 1 1474 
76, 1978) as a tighl end at Towson, playing on 
the I igers' only undefeated 1 10-0 in 19 I 
team in school history. He also played a key 
role on the I igers' 1976 squad, which won ki 
games and played in the Stagg Bowl 

He and his wife, Diane, have a son, lack 
Robby, 



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Coaching Staff 




Pete Marzano 



Asst. Recruiting Coordinator 

Pete Marzano.a 1995 graduate of Lock Haven 
University, is in Ins first yeai .is assistant 
recruiting coordinatoi and his fourth with 
the Maryland football program. He joined 
the Taps' staff as an intern in the fall oi 1995 
and was elevated to graduate assist, mi status 
in the spring of 1996. He was a four-year 
letterman in football at Lock Haven, where he 
degree in health and physical education. He is 



earned a bachelor s 

currently working on a master's degree in sport management 




Don Zimmerman 



Graduate Assistant 

Don Zimmerman, a former player and 
assistant coach at Towson University, is in his 

second season as a graduate assistant coach at 
Maryland. A 1995 graduate of Ibwson with a 
degree in sport management, he was a three- 
yeai Startei as a defensive hack tor the Tigers. 
He moved into a hill-time coaching role at his 
alma mater in '96 and '97, where he* served as 

defensive coordinator and secondary coach. He is currently working on a 

master's degree in psychology of sport. 




Pat Fitzgerald 



Graduate Assistant 

Pat Fitzgerald, the first player in college 
football history to win back-to-back National 
Defensive Plaver of the Year honors, is in his 
first season as a graduate assistant coach tor 
the Terps. Fitzgerald was a two-time first 
team All-American and two-time Big Ten 
Defensive Player of the Year (1995-96) at 
Northwestern, where he was coached by Ron 
Vanderlinden. Fitzgerald totaled 299 tackles in his career and helped the 
Wildcats to a pair of Big Ten titles and a berth in the 1996 Rose Bowl. He 
earned a bachelor's degree in organizational studies and is currently 
working on his master's in tamih studies. 



TERRAPIN RECRUITING VOLUNTEERS 



FOOTBALL SUPPORT STAFF 




Karyl Henry 
Admin. Asst. to 
the Head Coach 




Ron Ohringer 

Head Equipment Mgr. 




Corliss White 
Asst. Strength and 
Conditioning Coach 




Bunk Carter 
HeadGroundskeeper 




Mona Felder 
Admin. Asst. to the 
Offensive Coordinator 




Pat Gallagher 

Asst. Equipment Mgr. 




Barry Kagan 
Asst. Strength and 
Conditioning Coach 




Bill Reinohl 

Asst.Groundskeeper 




Chris Nevitte 
Admin. Asst. to the 
Defensive Coordinator 




Damian Stephens 
Asst. Strength and 
Conditioning Coach 




TimStrachan 
Student Asst. 




Joe Pruitt 
State Police 




The Terrapin Recruiting Volunteers are a group of 
undergraduates dedicated to helping the Maryland 
football program win the ACC. The organization works 
year-round assisting the coaching staff in a variety ot 
wa\ r s, including recruiting and special events such as 
Open House, Academic Day and Junior Daw Members of 
the Terrapin Recruiting Volunteers often help at alumni 
events and in the football office. The group meets 
regularly and attends one road game together. Anyone 
interested in joining the Terrapin Recruiting Volunteers 
should contact Pete Marzano at 1 301 1 314-9930. 

Front Row (from left): Cirrus Alpert, Hilary Taylor, Jeanie 
Seamone, Samantha Mclntire, Katie lacono, Tracy Gletow, Lily 
Chang, Jene Fewell. Second Row: Marni Brown, Boma Agboh, 
Devon Velthaus, Britt Falkenhan, Katie McClure, Meredith 
Sheppard, Missy Hodgson, Mike Rosenberg. Not pictured: 
Amy Crane, Emily Downing, Celeste Fernandez, Shaunte 
Gordon, Vanessa Johnson, Jean Kwolek, Kelly Martin, 
Elizabeth Osilesi, Mindy Schechter, Anna Sloan, Nakia White. 



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Season Preview 



2d 



Season Preview 



Terps Enter Year 2 of 
Ron Vanderlinden Era 



Youth was served .1 year ago 
when the University ol 
Maryland opened up the Ron 
vanderlinden era, and it's cer- 
tain to be on the Terrapins' 
plate again in '98. 

Marj land lists 24 freshmen 
or sophomores on its presea- 
son two-deep, loot whom will 
enter fall camp No. I .it their 
respective positions. A year 
ago, m Vanderlinden's inau- 
gural season as head coach, 13 
freshmen — true and redshirt 

- saw .significant playing 
time, including nine who 
started at least one game. 

This season, as 

Vanderlinden and Co. contin- 
ue their efforts to rebuild the 
Maryland program, the sec- 
ond-year coach sa\ s a shortage 
of depth at a number of posi- 
tions will mean early playing 
time for several underclass- 
men. 

"We've had a productive 
oil-season and spring prac- 
tice," says Vanderlinden, who 
knows all about rebuilding 
Division I-A football pro- 
grams, having been intimately 
involved in successful turn- 
arounds at both Colorado and 
Northwestern. "Particular 
improvement has been made 
physically at most positions. 
But a lack of depth will require 
several ot our underclassmen 
— including freshmen — to 
vie for significant playing 
time, including starting posi- 
tions." 

Offensively, the major task 
facing the Terps will be replac- 
ing quarterback Brian 
Cummings, who was at the 
controls for most of the past 
three seasons and figures 
prominently on major 
Maryland passing lists. 
Sophomore running back 
LaMont Jordan is a prominent 
returnee who will be joined bv 
three starters on the offensive 
line and most of the wide 



receiver corps. 

Defensively, Maryland will 
feature one ol the nation's top 
linebacker duos Kendall 

I )gle and Eric Barton, who fin- 
ished 2-3 in the AC( ! in tackles 
a year ago — but must revamp 
both the front four and sec- 
ondary units. 

A difficult schedule awaits 
the Terps, who faced the 
nation's 22nd-most demand- 
ing slate (according to the 
Sagarin Ratings) last season. 
All told, Maryland is sched- 
uled to face five teams coming 
oft bowl appearances, and 
seven which posted winning 
records in '97. The opposi- 
tion's cumulative .362 winning 
percentage in '97 is the sec- 
ond-highest among ACC 
schools. 

A breakdown of the Terps 
by position: 

Quarterback: A pair of juniors 
— Ken Mast role and Trey 
Evans — are expected to 
resume their spring battle this 
fall for the right to replace 
Brian Cummings, who started 
25 games over the past three 
seasons and finished his career 
listed among the top five on 
most major school passing 
categories. 

Mastrole, a 6-3, 225- 
pounder, saw limited duty as a 
sophomore in '97 after start- 
ing three games in 1996. He 
holds a significant edge in 
game experience over the 
other quarterbacks, having 
thrown 108 career passes as a 
Terp. As a sophomore last sea- 
son, Mastrole made seven 
relief appearances and threw 
19 passes while backing up 
Cummings, who is now play- 
ing in the CFL. Two years ago 
Mastrole became the first 
quarterback in school history 
to start as a redshirt freshmen 
when he took the field vs. West 
Virginia. He went on to play a 




Junior Ken Mastrole is the most experienced of the Maryland quarterbacks 
vying to replace 25-game starter Brian Cummings. 



QUARTERBACKS 


No. Name 


Hgt 


Wgt 


CI. 


Hometown 


5 Trev Evans 


6-1 


187 


Ir. 


Austin, Texas 


IS Gil Harris 


6-1 


213 


RFr. 


\ irginia Beach, Va. 


6 Erik Lipton 


6-3 


207 


RFr. 


Crofton, Md. 


14 Ken Mastrole 


6-3 


225 


Ir. 


Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 


9 Calvin McCall 


6-3 


183 


Fr. 


Orlando, Fla. 



total ot eight games in '96, 
completing 36 of 89 passes for 
334 yards and one touchdown 
before breaking his collarbone 
vs. Duke. 

"Ken has the only game 
experience and the most prac- 
tice reps of the quarterbacks 
on our roster, and he will be 
given every opportunitv to 
step up and assert himself in 
this role," says Vanderlinden. 

Evans, also a fourth-veai 
junior, has seen scant dutv as a 



Terp but has positioned him- 
self for a run at the starting job 
bv improving his arm 
strength, accuracy and ability 
to run the offense. 

"Both players made signifi- 
cant progress learning and 
executing the new Maryland 
offense during the spring," 
savs Vanderlinden. "Mastrole 
has a strong arm and better 
than average mobility for a 
player his size. Evans demon- 
strated the abilitv to make 



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Season Preview 



plays under pressure in the 
spring." 

Behind Mastrole and Evans 
are a pair of redshirt freshmen, 
Gil Harris and Erik Lipton, 
and incoming freshman 
Calvin McCall (Orlando, Fla.). 

Running Back: Sophomore 
LaMont Jordan, last year's 
runner-up for ACC Rookie of 
the Year honors, headlines the 
Terps' stable of running backs. 
A 5-11, 214-pounder out of 
Forestville, Md., Jordan is 
coming off a rookie campaign 
in which he established 
Maryland freshman standards 
for rushing yards (689) and 
attempts (159). His 689 yards 
ranked eighth nationally 
among true freshmen running 
backs, and his 920 all-purpose 
yards led all ACC freshmen. 

Jordan, a 1998 preseason 
All-ACC selection who 
accounted for 71 percent of 
the Terps' rushing yards last 
season, became the first rookie 
in Maryland history to register 
two 100-yard rushing games, 
turning the trick in games vs. 
Temple (135) and North 
Carolina State (126). His effort 
in the win over Temple earned 
him ACC Rookie of the Week 
honors. Jordan averaged 4.3 
yards per carry and finished 
third on the team with 22 
receptions in '97. 

"LaMont Jordan has 
demonstrated the ability, 
speed and power to be rated 
among the ACC's best backs," 
says Vanderlinden. 

Behind Jordan at the tail- 
back spot are junior Harold 
Wiestley and sophomore 
Mukala Sikyala, Jr. The 5-7, 
178-pound Westley rushed for 
421 yards and a pair of touch- 
downs as a freshman in '96 
before being shifted to wide 
receiver last year. Now bigger 
and stronger, Westley has 
returned to his more natural 
running back position, where 
the Terps hope lo take advan- 
tage of his breakawa) speed. 
Sikyala, a walk-on, also figures 
to contribute at this spot 




RUNNING BACKS 


No. 


Name 


Hgt 


Wgt 


CI. 


Hometown 


15 


LaMont lordan 


5-11 


214 


So. 


Forestville, Md. 


45 


Matt Kalapinski 


6-1 


225 


So. 


Marshfield, Mass. 


31 


Chad Killian 


6-2 


235 


Fr. 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


33 


Frank Mentzel 


6-1 


218 


So. 


Clark, N.I. 


24 


Chris Pope 


5-7 


170 


Jr. 


Upper Marlboro, Md. 


i 


Marc Riley 


6-3 


205 


Fr. 


Coram, N.Y. 


34 


Kenny Rogers 


5-9 


198 


Jr. 


South Brunswick, N.J. 


49 


Mukala Sikyala, )r. 


5-8 


191 


So. 


Lanham, Md. 


8 


Harold Westley 


5-7 


178 


Jr. 


Deerfield Beach, Fla. 



Tailback LaMont Jordan, runner-up for 1997 ACC Rookie of the Year honors, is back after rewriting most of Maryland's 
freshman rushing marks. 



receptions (29) and receiving 
yards (337) in '97. Cruz, who 
was not charged with a drop 
last season, had at least four 
receptions in five games in '97, 
including a season-high six 
grabs (for 91 yards) vs. Ohio. 

Cruz enters fall camp listed 
No. 1 on the depth chart at the 
slot position, where he is 
backed up by returning two- 
year letterman Bruce James 
and one-year letterman Keon 
Russell. James, a 5-8, 173- 
pound senior, has totaled 47 
catches for 51 1 yards and one 
touchdown in his career, but 
has been hampered by 
injuries. 

At flanker, junior walk-on 
[ermaine Arlington moved to 
the top of the depth chart fol- 
lowing an impressive spring 
showing. A 5-9, 172-pound 
junior who has the speed to gel 
deep, Arlington showed flash 
es ol big play potential during 
spring drills. 

Pushing Arlington at the 
flanker spot will be three 
returning lettermen: sopho- 
more Omar Cheeseboro, 



a solid spring performance. 

A newcomer to watch is 
Marc Riley, a 6-3, 205-pounder 
out of Coram, N.Y., who was 
rated among the Terps' top 
signees this past February. 

At fullback, the Terps 
return a pair ol lettermen ill 
sophomore Matt Kalapinski 
and junior Kenny Rogers. The 
6-1, 225-pound Kalapinski, a 
tough inside runner and tena- 
cious blocker, is back alter 
picking up valuable playing 
experience as a true freshman, 
when he made four starts 
while appearing in all I I 



games. Rogers, a 5-9, 198- 
pounder, is a versatile hack 
who can also be utilized at the 
tailback spot. Also on the 
depth chart at the fullback 
position are Frank Mentzel 
ami incoming freshman Chad 
Killian, .\n all-state choice out 
of Pittsburgh, Penn. 

Wide Receiver: flu Terps 
return seven lettermen who 

totaled 89 catches for 1,195 
yards jim.1 seven touchdowns 
last season. I eading the \\a\ is 
redshirt sophomore Muiscs 
( hi/, who tupped the team in 



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Season Preview 



senior Kendrick Walton and string, is expected to be one ol 

sophomore Doug Patterson. Terps' top playmakers in '98. 

Cheeseboro, who was slowed Last year, the 6 2, 190-pound 

in the spring by a pulled ham- Cheeseboro led the team in 



TIGHT ENDS 


No. Name 


Hgl 


Wgt 


CI. 


Hometown 


92 Mike Hull 


6-5 


240 


So. 


1 [agerstown, Md. 


80 Eric [ames 


6-2 


2-12 


Kir. 


Washington, D.C. 


88 Malt Miupln 


6-5 


234 


RFr. 


New 1 Liven, Mich. 


•Id fohn Waerig 


6-2 


261 


fr. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


8] ToddWike 


6 3 


240 


It. 


Lebanon, Pa. 



WIDE RECEIVERS 


No. 


Name 


Hgt 


Wgt 


CI. 


Hometown 


85 


fermaine Arlington 


5-9 


172 


fr. 


Landover, Md. 


3 


Omar Cheeseboro 


6-2 


190 


So. 


1 ast Orange, N.J. 


86 


Moises tin/ 


5-11 


180 


So. 


Germantown, Md. 


21 


Guilian Gary 


6-0 


185 


Fr. 


Horseheads, N.Y. 


89 


Jason Hatala 


6-0 


171 


So. 


Centreville, Va. 


19 


Bruce James 


5-8 


173 


Sr. 


Gretna, La. 


16 


Curtis [ones 


6-4 


199 


So. 


Lancaster, Pa. 


84 


Doug Patterson 


6-2 


203 


So. 


Shelby Township, Mich. 


4 


Keon Russell 


5-11 


187 


Sr. 


Brooklyn, N.Y. 


23 


Maurice Shaw 


6-0 


180 


Fr. 


Suitland, Md. 


11 


Kendrick Walton 


6-2 


181 


Sr. 


Dallas, Texas 




Wide receiver Moises Cruz led the Terps in receptions (29) and receiving yards 
(337) as a redshirt freshman in 1997. 



link hdown catches I 1 1 u hile 
finishing tied lor fourth on the 
squad in receptions (14) and 
second in average yards per 
catch ( 14.7). Two of his four 
I I ) receptions came vs. North 
( larolina Stale. 

Walton, a three-year letter- 
man, rales as one ol college 
football's truly inspirational 
stories in '98. The 6-2, 181- 
pounder missed the end of the 
'97 season and all of spring 
drills after developing a can- 
cerous tumor in his mouth, 
hut opted to return for his 
final collegiate season even 
though it means playing with- 
out most of his lower teeth, 
which had to he removed dur- 
ing surgery. Patterson is a true 
sophomore who totaled nine 
catches and averaged 13.7 
yards per catch as a freshman 
in '97. 

Sophomore letterman 

Jason Hatala, a 6-0, 174- 
pounder, heads the depth 
chart at split end, where he is 
backed by fellow sophomore 
Curtis Jones. Hatala last season 
averaged 20.4 yards per catch 
on I 1 receptions, totaling a 
Maryland freshman record 
129 receiving yards in a victory 
over Duke. 

Incoming freshmen who 
will get a look from the coach- 
ing staff are Maurice Shaw 
(Suitland, Md.) and Guilian 
Gary (Horseheads, N.Y.) . 

Tight End: I he Terps have 
improved themselves at this 
position with the addition of 
Wisconsin transfer John 
Waerig, and the development 
of sophomore Mike Hull and 
redshirt freshmen Eric James 
and Matt Murphy. True fresh- 
man Todd Wike, one of the 
prominent signees in the 
Terps' 1998 recruiting class, 
joins the fold following a stel- 
lar prep career in Lebanon, Pa. 
Waerig, a 6-2, 261 -pounder, 
played the 1995 and '96 sea- 
sons at Wisconsin before 
transferring to Maryland, 
where he redshirted the '97 
campaign. A tough, physical 



tight end, hi lutstanding 

bloc kei and abovi average 
n < eiver who figures to be an 
impact player for the Terps in 
'98. 

Hull, who has added 
and strength in the off-season, 
was one of the Terps' top fresh 
men a year ago, making 10 
starts and totaling 13 catches 
loi 185 yards and one tou h 
down, fames and Murphy, 
both ol whom continue to 
progress in the Maryland sys- 
tem, return alter redshirting in 
'97. 

Offensive Line: The coaching 
staff is expecting significant 
improvement from the Terps' 
offensive front, which returns 
three starters from a year ago. 
"Our intent," says Van- 
derlinden, "is to put the best 
five linemen on the field, so 
there could possibl) he sever. il 
position changes before we 
settle on a starting unit. We 
are looking tor ability, tough- 
ness, and a relentless attitude." 

Anchoring the offensive 
line is 6-7, 299-pound senior 
John Feugill, an 11 -game 
starter at right tackle in '97 
who has had 2i starting 
assignments during his 
Maryland career. A preseason 
All-ACC choice by Athlon, 
Feugill "was the most consis- 
tent performer on the 1997 
offensive line and is looked to 
be the leader in that group this 
season," says Vanderlinden. 

The Terps also return 
starters in 6-2, 271-pound 
sophomore Ben Thomas and 
6-5, 284-pound junior Brad 
Messina. Thomas, an 1 1-game 
starter at center as a redshirt 
freshman, "has the ability and 
now the experience to assert 
himself as one of the better 
centers in the ACC," savs 
Vanderlinden. Messina, an 11- 
game starter at left guard, has 
shifted to left tackle where the 
coaching staff wants to take 
advantage of his size and ath- 
leticism in their bid to replace 
Darryl Gilliam, who made 32 
starts during his four-vear 



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Season Preview 



RRK 




Center Ben Thomas was one of nine 
freshmen to start for the Terps in 
1997. 

Maryland career. Backing up 
at the tackle spots are three- 
year letterman senior Ryan 
Rezzelle (6-8, 282), redshirt 
freshman Mike Sherman (6- 
4,302) and sophomore Brett 
Trammell (6-5,295). 

At right guard, 6-3, 292- 
pound junior letterman famie 
Wu leads the race to replace 
the departed Pat Ward, a 22- 
game starter during his 
Terrapins' career. Wu is backed 
by 6-5, 284-pound redshirt 
freshman Chris Snader and 6- 
4, 290-pound sophomore 
Timm Howard. At left guard, 
6-3, 278-pound junior Eric 
Timothy and 6-4, 287-pound 
redshirt freshman Mike 
George are waging a close bat- 
tle for the starting job. 

Three freshmen newcomers 
include guard Bob Krantz 
(Clifton, Va.)i center Sam 
Marvis (Greensburg, Pa.) and 
tackle Matt Crawford 

I Mnl,l\ |.|, N.Y. i. 

Defensive Line: Junior nose 
tackle Delbert Cowsette is the 
lone returning starter on a 
defensive front that is under- 
going some major reconstruc 
tion. The Terps must replace 
three senior starters from a 
year ago, including I i i< 
Ogbogu, a sixth round draft 
choice oi the New Yot 
who was the South t( 
defensive MVP in the l 



OFFENSIVE LINEMEN 


No. 


Name 


Hgt 


Wgt 


CI. 


Hometown 


78 


Matt Crawford 


6-6 


295 


Fr. 


Moravia, N.Y. 


66 


John Feugill 


6-7 


299 


Sr. 


Methuen, Mass. 


79 


Mike George 


6-4 


287 


RFr. 


E. Hanover, N.]. 


77 


Timm Howard 


6-4 


290 


So. 


Leonardo, N.J. 


64 


Bob Krantz 


6-5 


270 


Fr. 


Clifton, Va. 


54 


Sam Marvis 


6-3 


255 


Fr. 


Greensburg, Pa. 


75 


Brad Messina 


6-5 


2.X4 


Ir. 


Bogota, NJ. 


60 


Matt Purdy 


6-7 


282 


So. 


Chesapeake Beach, Md. 


73 


Ryan Rezzelle 


6-8 


282 


Sr. 


Erie, Pa. 


61 


Mike Sherman 


6-4 


302 


RFr. 


Gaithersburg, Md. 


51 


Chris Snader 


6-5 


284 


RFr. 


Bishopville, Md. 


55 


Anthony Surman 


6-1 


273 


Sr. 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


63 


Ben Thomas 


6-2 


271 


So. 


Moosic, Pa. 


70 


Eric Timothy 


6-3 


278 


fr. 


Hamden, Conn. 


74 


Brett Trammell 


6-5 


295 


So. 


Constantia, N.Y. 


56 


lamie Wu 


6-3 


292 


Ir. 


St. Charles, 111. 



DEFENSIVE LINEMEN 


No. 


Name 


Hgt 


Wgt 


CI. 


Hometown 


96 


Todd Bradlev 


6-2 


255 


Fr. 


Yorktown, Va. 


93 


Eric Calendine 


6-3 


237 


Ir. 


Pittsford, N.Y. 


91 


Delbert Cowsette 


d-1 


270 


Ir. 


Cleveland, Ohio 


67 


Melvin Fowler, Ir. 


6-3 


267 


RFr. 


Wheatly Heights, N.Y. 


59 


Chris Hayes 


6-2 


231 


Sr. 


Baltimore, Md. 


98 


Charles Hill 


6-2 


245 


Fr. 


Palmer Park, Md. 


35 


lomo Huggins 


6-1 


238 


Ir. 


Uniondale, N.Y. 


57 


Kris Jenkins 


6-5 


282 


So. 


Ypsilanti, Mich. 


65 


Derrick [ones 


6-1 


257 


RFr. 


Port Jefferson, N.Y. 


76 


Jason McCauley 


6-2 


264 


So. 


Key West, Fla. 


71 


Durrand Roundtree 


6-3 


235 


Fr. 


Baltimore. Md. 


97 


Nate Rust, fr. 


6-4 


244 


Ir. 


Harrington, Del. 


95 


William Shime 


6-4 


220 


Fr. 


Ft. Washington, Md. 


55 


Rasheed Simmons 


6-5 


244 


Sr. 


Edison, N.J. 


99 


Albert Surman 


6-1 


246 


RFr. 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


47 


Peter Timmins 


6-3 


24(1 


Ir. 


Staten Island, N.Y. 



Bowl. 

"Having lost starters in Eric 
Ogbogu, Eric Hicks and 
Johnnie Hicks, all of whom 
saw their eligibility expire, 
there will be an opportunity 
for several young players to 
step up and fill the gaps," says 
Vanderlinden. 

< owsclte, o 1 , 27(1, is a key 

returning veteran the coa< Inn;', 

stall will look to for leadership 

and performance. An 1 1 game 

i 9 i owsette led the 

ii tad les l"i losses (1(1) 
.md ranked fifth on the squad 



in total tackles (63) last season, 
lie has appeared in 22 games 
and recorded more than 100 
tac kles during his career. He is 
backed by 6-3, 267-pound red- 
slurt freshman Melvin Fowler, 
Ir. 

At the Other inside position 
is sophomore letterman Kris 
Jenkins, a 6-5, 282-pounder 
who showed \.isl potential 
while logging some significant 
playing time as a true fresh 
man in 1997. Jenkins saw 
ac tion in all I I games last sea 
sun, finishing the campaign 




John Feugill, a 22-game starter the 
past two seasons, will anchor 
Maryland's offensive line. 

with 17 tackles. Behind Jenkins 
on the depth chart are redshirt 
freshman Derrick Jones, a 6-1, 
257-pounder, and 6-2, 264- 
pound sophomore Jason 
McCauley. 

Manning the defensive end 
positions going into fall camp 
are senior letterman Rasheed 
Simmons and junior letter- 
man Peter Timmins. The 6-5, 
244-pound Simmons, a for- 
mer Michigan transfer, was a 
five-game starter in '97 who 
totaled 32 tackles and a pair of 
sacks. The 6-3, 240-pound 
Timmins has been shifted to 
defense after starting much of 
last season at the H-back spot. 

"Rasheed Simmons 

improved steadily throughout 
the '97 season and has a 
chance to emerge as a solid 
defensive end in the ACC," says 
Vanderlinden. "Timmins has 
shown the quickness and abil- 
ity to get off blocks and make 
plays that you look for at that 
position." 

1 ending depth behind 
Simmons are 6-3, 237-pound 
junior Eric Calendine and 6-1, 
246 pound redshirt freshman 
Albert Surman. Backing 
I immins is 6 1 , 258 pound 
junior lomo I Juggins and 6-2, 
23 1 -pound senior walk-on 
i In is I [ayes. The terps will 
also lake a look at a host oi 
newcomers on the defensive 
front, including Nate Rust, Ir., 



30 



M A 



Season Preview 




Rasheed Simmons is expected to be one of the featured performers on 
Maryland's revamped defensive front. 



a junior college transfer from 
Lackawanna )C who is expect- 
ed to be in the mix at a defen- 
sive end position. The other 
newcomers are all freshmen: 
6-3, 235-pound Durrand 
Roundtree (Baltimore, Md.), 
6-2, 245-pound Charles Hill 
(Palmer Park, Md.), 6-2, 255- 
pound Todd Bradley 
(Yorktown, Va.) and 6-4, 220- 
pound William Shime (Ft. 
Washington, Md.). 



career-best 17 vs. Clemson. 
The 6-1, 231 -pound Ogle, who 
takes a streak of 22 consecutive 
starts into '98, is backed by 
redshirt freshman Reggie 
Lewis and true freshman E.J. 
Henderson (Aberdeen, Md.). 

Barton, a preseason second 
team Ail-American by Athlon 
and Bob Griese, enters his final 
collegiate campaign with 258 
career tackles, including an 
ACC-best 85 solo efforts last 



season. A 6-3, 229-pounder 
who has made 23 career starts, 

Barton registered 48 tackles 
during one four-game streti h 
last season despite playing 
with a i., ist on his light hand. 
In 1996, lie became only the 
second sophomore in school 
history to lead the team in 
tackles when he totaled 106 
stops. Behind Barton on the 
depth chart are redshirt fresh 
man Monte Graves and 
sophomore |on Watkins. 

At the bandit linebacker 
spot, the Tcrps were dealt a 
serious blow during spring ball 
when junior F.rwyn Lyght, a 
nine-game starter who fin- 



ished sixth on the team in 
tackles in ' lelined 

with a torn anterior cruciate 
ligament in his right knee. 
Waging .i battle to replace 
Lyght in the starting lineup are 
a pair of freshmen — 6-1,2 
pound Ryan Swift and 6 I, 
220-pound Aaron Thompson 
— who are coming off redshirt 
seasons. 

Secondary: ["he Terps head 

into the '98 season minus the 
services of three starters, 
including free safety Lewis 
Sanders, prompting Vander- 
hnden to label this unit "the 
area of greatest concern on 



LINEBACKERS 


No. 


Name 


Hgt 


Wgt 


CI. 


Hometown 


44 


Eric Barton 


6-3 


229 


Sr. 


Alexandria, Va. 


52 


Monte Graves 


6-0 


230 


RFr. 


Annapolis, Md. 


42 


E.I. Henderson 


6-2 


208 


Fr. 


Aberdeen, Md. 


53 


Reggie Lewis 


6-0 


235 


RFr. 


Chicago, 111. 


41 


Erwyn Lyght 


6-0 


215 


Ir. 


Westfield, N.I. 


32 


Kendall Ogle 


6-1 


231 


Sr. 


Hillside, N.J. 


IX 


Rvan Swift 


6-1 


225 


RFr. 


Hinsdale, 111. 


40 


Aaron Thompson 


6-1 


220 


RFr. 


Baltimore, Md. 


50 


Jon Watkins 


5-11 


229 


So. 


Perth Arnbov, N.J. 



Linebacker: Maryland returns 
one of the nation's top line- 
backer tandems in seniors 
Kendall Ogle and Eric Barton, 
who finished 2-3 in the ACC in 
tackles last season. The pair 
combined for 272 tackles in 
'97 and have totaled 471 stops 
in their careers. 

"Both are among the pre- 
mier linebackers in the 
nation," says Yanderlinden of 
the Butkus Award candidates. 
"They possess the size, speed, 
tenacity and instincts to finish 
their careers as the top line- 
backer duo in the ACC, if not 
the country." 

Ogle, the ACC's leading 
returning tackier, finished with 
138 total stops in 1997, second 
only to Clemson's Anthony 
Simmons. He registered dou- 
ble-digit tackle efforts in nine 
ot 1 1 games in '97, including a 




Linebacker Kendall Ogle, who had 138 tackles a year ago, 
is the ACC's leading returning tackier. 



Linebacker Eric Barton is a preseason second team Ail- 
American by a number of sources. 



31 



ARYLAND FOOTBALL 



Season Preview 



defense and an area where we 
need to come of age quickly." 

Sanders, the Terps' fastest 
player and most consistent 
defensive back last season, will 
sit out the '98 campaign while 
he continues to rehabilitate 
nerve damage in his right 
shoulder suffered in the season 
finale vs. Georgia Tech. A year 
ago, Sanders finished tied for 
third in the ACC in intercep- 
tions (4) and ranked third on 
the team in tackles (74). He 
also played an important role 
on special teams, ranking fifth 
in the ACC in kickoff return 
average (24.2). 

Paul Jackson, a 5-11, 192- 
pound two-year letterman, is 
expected to step in and replace 
Sanders at the free safety spot. 
Paul Jackson, who is backed up 
by 6-1, 202-pound sophomore 
Tony Jackson, saw significant 
playing time as a junior a year 
ago, totaling three intercep- 
tions and 27 tackles in 1 1 
games. Tony Jackson saw lim- 
ited playing time in '97 but has 
shown an ability to be a play- 
maker — he had two intercep- 
tions last year and eight pick- 
offs this past spring. 

Sophomore Shawn Forte, 
who missed the entire 1997 
season with a broken leg, is 
bidding to replace departed 
strong safety Henry Baker, 
who finished fourth on the 
team in tackles (66) and 
shared the team lead in pass 
breakups last season. Forte is 
being pushed by redshirt 
freshman Chris Sanders, a 
converted cornerback. Four 
newcomers — true freshman 
Randall Jones ( Frederick Md. ), 
Tyrone Stewart (Washington, 
D.C.i, Rod Littles (Gainesville, 
Fla.) and Marlon Moore 
ndywine, Md.) — .ire 
expected to provide help at the 
safety positions. 

The cornet positions enter- 
ill drills are manned by a 
pair of two-year lettermen: 
junior I ynde Washington and 
senior Cliff ( rosby, both of 
whom came out of spring ball 
ranked among the most 




Senior Paul Jackson is contending for the Terps' starting free safety position. 



SECONDARY 


No. 


Name 


Hgt 


Wgt 


CI. 


Hometown 


26 


Bryn Boggs 


6-0 


178 


Jr. 


Downingtown, Pa. 


21 


Mike Castleberry 


5-7 


173 


Ir. 


Alexandria, Va. 


20 


Renard Cox 


6-0 


185 


Jr. 


Richmond, Va. 


25 


Cliff Crosbv 


5-10 


172 


Sr. 


Erie, Pa. 


13 


Shawn Forte 


6-0 


200 


So. 


Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 


39 


Quinzv Fraser 


5-11 


182 


Sr. 


Rockville, Md. 


36 


Paul Jackson 


5-11 


192 


Sr. 


Clinton, Md. 


27 


Tony Jackson 


6-1 


202 


So. 


Ellicott City, Md. 


38 


Randall Jones 


6-2 


207 


Fr. 


Frederick Md. 


a 


Rod Littles 


5-11 


185 


Fr. 


Gainesville, Fla. 


83 


Justin Mattera 


6-1 


192 


RFr. 


Lake Grove, N.Y. 


43 


Marlon Moore 


6-1 


210 


Fr. 


Brandvwine, Md. 


11 


Tonv Okanlawon 


5-11 


180 


Fr. 


Forestville, Md. 


2 2 


Chris Sanders 


6-1 


211 


RFr. 


Winter Springs, Fla. 


37 


Lewis Sanders 


6-1 


196 


Ir. 


Staten Island, N.Y. 


29 


Tyrone Stewart 


6-0 


180 


Fr. 


Washington, D.C. 


12 


Lynde Washington 


5-8 


175 


Ir. 


Largo, Md. 



SPECIALISTS 



No. 

34 
10 
58 

17 
7 

87 
10 



Name 

Mike ( hristj 
Kuss Edwards 
John 1 lelmer 
Brian kopka 
Brad Rhodes 
So>tt Rudolph 
Sean Starrier 



Hgt Wgt CI. Hometown 

5-10 175 Sr. Melville, N.Y. 

5-11 215 Sr. Alexandria, Va. 

6-1 190 Ir. Silver Spring, Md. 

5-7 166 So. 1 [ollywood, fla. 

5-7 168 Sr. Biloxi, Miss. 

6-4 232 So. I hurchville, Md. 

5-11 182 So. Mechanicsburg, Pa. 



improved players in their unit. 
Washington, a 5-8, 175- 
pounder who started seven 
games a year ago, registered 37 
tackles and three pass 
breakups in '97. The 5-10, 1 72- 
pound Crosby, a four-game 
starter in '97, totaled 28 tackles 
in slx games. Backing up at the 
corner positions are senior let- 
terman Quinzv Fraser and 
juniors Bryn Boggs and Mike 
Castleberry. The Terps will 
have two newcomers at cor- 
nerback: Renard Cox, a junior 
college transfer out of 
Lackawanna JC in 

Pennsylvania, is expected to 
step in and make immediate 
contributions, and true fresh- 
man Tony Okanlawon of 
Forestville, Md. 

Kicking Game: Sophomore 
kicker Brian Kopka returns 
after sharing the team lead in 
scoring (30 points) last season. 
Kopka, who became only the 
third true freshman to kick for 
the Terps, took over the place- 
kicking chores in the season's 
fourth game and went on to 
convert six of 10 field goal 
attempts and 12 of 13 PAT 
tries in '97. Kopka earned ACC 
Rookie of the Week honors 
following the Duke game, 
when he connected on all 
three of his field goal attempts 
in a 16-10 Maryland win. 
Pushing Kopka tor the starting 
placekicking chores is senior 
Brad Rhodes, a three-year let- 
terman who has made 10 of 1 1 
PAT attempts and 2 of 6 field 
gtial tries during his career. 

Senioi Kuss Edwards is 
back as the team's starting 
punter aftei posting a ^s.n 
\ard average as a junior in 
1997. Edwards will be chal- 
lenged for the starting job by 
third year sophomore Sean 
Starner, who saw limited 
action last season. 

Back to handle the long 
snapping duties are sopho- 
more Scotl Rudolph and 
junior lohn I lelmer. 



32 



MAR 






















Preseason 


Depth Chart 






Offense 






Defense 






11 


8 i 


[ermaine Arrington, 5 9, 172, |r. 


in 


r 


Peter 1 immins, 6 3, 240, Ir. 




• 


3 


Omar Cheeseboro, 6-2, 190, So. OR 




(5 


Jomo Huggins,6-1,238, |r. OR 




. . . 


1 1 


Kendrick Walton, 6 2. 181, Sr. 




39 


Chris 1 laws, (, 2, 231, Sr. 




• 


84 


Doug Patterson, 6 2, 20 !, So, 




71 


Durrand Roundtree, 6 5, 235, Fr. 




IT 


75 


Brad Messina, 6 5, 284, |r. 


Di 


'7 


Kns lenkins, 6 >, 282, So. 




... 


73 


Ryan Rezzelle,6 8, 282, Sr. 




65 
76 


Derrick |ones,6 1 !5 RFr. 

[ason Mc( auley, 6 2, 264, So. 




LG 


70 
74 


1 ik rimothy, 6-3, 278, fr, OR 
Mike George, 6 4,287, RFr. 




98 


( harles Hill i Ft 






(,(1 


Matt Purdy,6 7, 282, So. 


NT 


91 


Delbert Cowsette,6-l, 270, fr. 






64 


BobKrantz, 6 >, 270, Fr. 




67 
96 


Melvin Fouler, Jr., 6 3,267, RFr. 
Todd Bradh • ' >55, Fr. 




C 


63 


Ben Thomas, 6 2, 271, So. 












55 


Anthony Surman, 6- 1, 273, Sr, 


DE 


55 


Rasheed Simmons, 6-5, 244, Sr. OR 






54 


Sam Marvis, 6- \ 255, Fr. 




93 
99 


Eric ( alendine, 6-3 237, Ir. 
Albert Surman, 6 1,246, Rl .. 




RG 


56 


Jamie Wu, 6-3, 292, Jr. 




97 


Nate Rust, Jr., 6-4 \44,]\ 






51 


Chris Snader, 6-5, 284, RFr. 




95 


William Shime, r> 4, 220. hr. 






77 


Tiinm Howard, 6-4, 290, So. 


II. B 


32 


Kendall Ogle, 6 l,231,Sr. 




RT 


66 


John Feugill, 6-7, 299, Sr. 




53 


Reggie Lewis, 6-0, 235, RFr. 






61 


Mike Sherman, 6-4, 302, RFr. 




42 


E.]. Henderson, 6-2, 2ns. Fr. 






74 


Brett Trammell, 6-5, 295, So. 












78 


Matt Crawford, 6-6, 295, Fr. 


II. B 


44 
52 


1 ik Barton, 6 5,229,Sr. 
Monte Graves, 6-0, 230, RFr. 




TE 


46 


John Waerig, 6-2, 261, Fr. 




50 


Jon Watkins, 5-1 1,229, So. 




• 


92 


Mike Hull, 6-5, 240, So. 












80 


Eric James, 6-2, 242, RFr. 


t )i i; 


48 


Ryan Swift, 6-1, 225, RFr. OR 






ss 


Matt Murphv, 6-5, 234, RFr. 




40 


Aaron Thompson, 6-1, 220, RFr. 






81 


Todd Wike, 6-3, 240, Fr. 


• • 


11 


Erwyn Lyght, 6-0, 215, Jr. ( injured i 




QB 


14 


Ken Mastrole, 6-3, 225, Ir. 


CB 


12 


Lynde Washington, 5-8, 175, [r. 




• 


5 


Trey Evans, 6-1, 187, Jr. 


* 


39 


Quinzy Fraser, 5-11, 182, Sr. 






IS 


Gil Harris, 6-1, 213, RFr. OR 




21 


Mike Castleberry, 5-7, 173, Jr. 






6 


Erik Lipton, 6-3, 207, RFr. 




20 


RenardCox, 6-0, 185, Ir. 






9 


Calvin McCall, 6-3, 183, Fr. 


is 


36 


Paul Jackson, 5-11, 192, Sr. 




FB 


45 


Matt Kalapinski, 6-1, 225, So. 


• 


27 


Tony Jackson, 6-1, 202, So. 






34 


Kenny Rogers, 5-9, 198, Jr. OR 




38 


Randall Jones, 6-2, 207. ! i 






33 


Frank Mentzel, 6-1, 218, So. 




29 


Tyrone Stewart, 6-0, 180, Fr. 






31 


Chad Killian, 6-2, 235, Fr. 




37 


I ewis Sanders, 6-1, 196, Jr. (injured) 




TB 


15 


LaMont Jordan, 5- 1 1 , 2 1 4, So. 


SS 


13 


Shawn Forte, 6-0, 200, So. 




• 


8 


Harold Westley, 5-7, 178, Ir. 




22 


Chris Sanders, 6-1, 211, RFr. 






44 


Mukala Sikyala, Jr., 5-8, 191, So. 




33 


Rod Littles. 5-11, 185, Fr. 






24 


Chris Pope, 5-7, 170, Jr. 




43 


Marlon Moore, 6-1, 210, Fr. 






2 


Marc Riley, 6-3, 205, Fr. 


CB 


25 


Cliff Crosby, 5-10, 172, Sr. 




SL 


86 


Moises Cruz, 5-11, 180, So. 




26 


BrynBoggs, 6-0, 178, Jr. 






19 


Bruce James, 5-8, 173, Sr. 




11 


Tony Okanlawon, 5-11, 180, Fr. 




* 


4 
23 

89 

16 

21 


Keon Russell, 5-11, 187, Sr. 
Maurice Shaw, 6-0, 180. Fr. 

Jason Hatala, 6-0, 174, So. 
Curtis Jones, 6-4, 199, So. 
Guilian Gary, 6-0, 185, Fr. 


Speciali 


sts 






SE 


PK 


17 

7 

39 


Brian Kopka, 5-7, 166, So. OR 
Brad Rhodes, 5-7, 168, Sr. 
Mike Christy, 5-10, 175, Sr. 


Note: newcomers listed in 
redshiri freshman. 


italics; 'indicates letters earned: RFr. indicates 


P 


30 
10 


Russ Edwards, 5-1 1, 215, Sr. 
Sean Starner, 5-11, 182, So. 










LS 


87 
58 


Scott Rudolph, 6-4, 232, So. 
John Helmer, 6-1, 190, Jr. 










• 


92 


Mike Hull, 6-5, 240 
















33 



















Season Preview 


1998 Mary Ian 


d Al 


phi 


ab€ 


itic 


al Roster 




No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Hgt 


Wgt 


Cl. 


Exp 


Hometown (High School-Last School) Major 


85 


Jermaine Arrington 


WR 


5-9 


172 


fr. 


SQ 


l.andover, Md. (Bowie) 


Kinesiological Sciences 


44 


f Eric Barton 


LB 


6-3 


229 


Sr. 


3V 


Alexandria, Va. ( Edison ) 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


26 


Bryn Boggs 


CB 


6-0 


178 


fr. 


SQ 


Downingtown, Pa. 
(Downingtown) 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


96 


Todd Bradley 


DT 


6-2 


255 


Fr. 


HS 


Yorktown, Va. (York) 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


93 


Eric Calendine 


DE 


6-3 


237 


Jr. 


SQ 


Pittsford, N.Y. (Mendon) 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


21 


Mike Castleherry 


CB 


5-7 


173 


Jr. 


SQ 


Alexandria, Va. ( Edison ) 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


3 


Omar Cheeseboro 


WR 


6-2 


19(1 


So. 


IV 


East Orange, N.J. 

( Immaculate Conception ) 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


39 


Mike Christy 


K 


5-10 


175 


Sr. 


SQ 


Melville, N.Y. (Walt Whitman) 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


91 


Delbert Cowsette 


DT 


6-1 


270 


Jr. 


2V 


Cleveland, Ohio (Central Catholic) 


Geography 


2(1 


Renard Cox 


CB 


6-0 


185 


Jr. 


TR 


Richmond, Va. 
(Huguenot- Lackawanna JC) 


Economics 


78 


Matt Crawford 


OT 


6-6 


295 


Fr. 


HS 


Moravia, N.Y. (Moravia) 


Letters & Sciences 


25 


Cliff Crosby 


CB 


5-10 


172 


Sr. 


2V 


Erie, Pa. (East) 


Family Studies 


8(i 


Moises Cruz 


WR 


5-1 1 


180 


So. 


IV 


Germantown, Md. (Seneca Valley) 


Criminology and Criminal lustice 


30 


Russ Edwards 


P 


5-11 


213 


Sr. 


2V 


Alexandria, Va. (Edison) 


Computer Science 


5 


Trey Evans 


QB 


6-1 


187 


Jr. 


IV 


Austin, Texas (Round Rock) 


Business Management 


66 


' lohn Eeugill 


OT 


6-7 


299 


Sr. 


3V 


Methuen, Mass. (Methuen) 


Criminology and Criminal lustice 


13 


Shawn Forte 


SS 


6-0 


200 


So. 


SQ 


Poughkeepsie, N.Y. (Poughkeepsie) 


American Studies 


67 


Melvin Fowler, Jr. 


DT 


6-3 


267 


Fr. 


RS 


Wheatly Heights, N.Y. 
(Half Hollow Hills) 


Business Management 


39 


Quinzy Fraser 


CB 


5-11 


182 


Sr. 


IV 


Rockville, Md. (Magruder) 


Speech Communication 


21 


Guilian Gary 


WR 


6-0 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


Horseheads, N.Y. (Horseheads) 


Letters & Sciences 


79 


Mike George 


OG 


6-4 


287 


Fr. 


RS 


E. Hanover, N.J. (Hanover Park) 


Letters & Sciences 


52 


Monte Graves 


LB 


6-0 


230 


Fr. 


RS 


Annapolis, Md. (St. Mary's) 


Letters & Sciences 


18 


Gil Harris 


QB 


6-1 


213 


Fr. 


RS 


Virginia Beach, Va. (Tallwood) 


Letters & Sciences 


89 


Jason Hatala 


WR 


6-0 


174 


So. 


IV 


Centreville, Va. (Centreville) 


Letters & Sciences 


59 


Chris Hayes 


DE 


6-2 


231 


Sr. 


SQ 


Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall) 


Family Studies 


58 


lohn Helmer 


LS 


6-1 


190 


h 


SQ 


Silver Spring, Md. (Springbrook) 


Criminology and Criminal lustice 


42 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 


6-2 


208 


Fr. 


HS 


Aberdeen, Md. (Aberdeen) 


Letters & Sciences 


98 


Charles Hill 


DT 


6-2 


245 


Fr. 


HS 


Palmer Park, Md. 
(Eleanor Roosevelt) 


Engineering 


77 


Tinim Howard 


OT 


6-4 


290 


So. 


SQ 


Leonardo, N.J. (Middletown South) 


Kinesiological Sciences 


35 


Jomo Huggins 


LB 


6-1 


238 


Jr. 


SQ 


Uniondale, N.Y. (Holy Trinity) 


Kinesiological Sciences 


92 


Mike Hull 


TE 


6-5 


240 


So. 


IV 


Hagerstown, Md. (So. Hagerstown) 


Business Management 


36 


Paul Jackson 


FS 


5-11 


192 


Sr. 


2V 


Clinton, Md. (Bishop McNamara) 


Family Studies 


27 


Tony Jackson 


FS 


6-1 


202 


So. 


IV 


Ellicott City, Md. (Wilde Lake) 


Letters & Sciences 


19 


Bruce James 


WR 


5-8 


173 


Sr. 


2V 


Gretna, La. (Archbishop Shaw) 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


80 


Eric James 


TE 


6-2 


242 


Fr. 


RS 


Washington, D.C. (Anacostia) 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 


57 


Kris Jenkins 


DT 


6-5 


282 


So. 


IV 


Ypsilanti, Mich. (Belleville) 


Letters & Sciences 


16 


Curtis Jones 


WR 


6-4 


199 


So. 


SQ 


Lancaster, Pa. (Conestoga Valley) 


Economics 


65 


Derrick Jones 


DT 


6-1 


257 


Fr. 


RS 


Port Jefferson, N.Y. (Comsewoque) 


Kinesiological Sciences 


38 


Randall Jones 


FS 


6-2 


207 


Fr. 


HS 


Frederick, Md. 

(Gov. Johnson-Naval Prep) 


Business 


15 


LaMont Jordan 


TB 


5-11 


214 


So. 


IV 


Forestville, Md. (Suitland) 


Letters & Sciences 


45 


Matt Kalapinski 


FB 


6-1 


225 


So. 


IV 


Marshfield, Mass. (Marshfield) 


Letters & Sciences 


31 


Chad Killian 


FB 


6-2 


235 


Fr. 


HS 


Pittsburgh, Pa. ( Fox Chapel ) 


Letters & Sciences 


17 


Brian Kopka 


K 


5-7 


166 


So. 


IV 


Hollywood, Fla. (Hollywood Hills) 


Letters & Sciences 


hi 


Bob Ki.miI/ 


OG 


6-5 


270 


Fr. 


HS 


Clifton, Va. (Centreville) 


Letters & Sciences 


53 


Reggie Lewis 


LB 


6-0 


235 


Fr. 


RS 


Chicago, 111. (Carver) 


Business Management 


6 


1 iik 1 ipton 


QB 


6-3 


207 


Fr. 


RS 


Crofton, Md. (Arundel 1 


Letters c< Sciences 


33 


Rod 1 ittles 


SS 


5-11 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


Gainesville, Fla. (Gainesville) 


Letters S. Sciences 


41 


Erwyn Lyght 


LB 


6-0 


215 


Jr. 


2 V 


Westficld, N.|. (Westfield) 


Kinesiological Sciences 


54 


Sam Man is 


C 


6 1 


255 


Fr. 


HS 


( iieensburg, Pa. ( 1 lempfield Area) 


1 etters cs Sciences 


14 


Ken Mastrole 


QB 


6-3 


225 


Jr. 


IV 


Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 
i .ihIui.iI ( ribbons i 


Ag d\\^\ Resource 1 conomics 


83 


Instill Matter. 1 


IS 


6 1 


192 


Fr. 


RS 


Lake Grove, N.Y. i Sachem i 


I etters 8i Sciences 


9 


( alvin Mc< all 


QB 


6 3 


183 


Fr. 


lis 


Orlando, Fla. (Dr. Phillips) 


Psychology 


76 


l.i .mi \i, i aulej 


Dl 


h 2 


264 


So. 


SQ 


Ke) West, Fla. (Ke) West) 


i i iminolog) and ( riminal lustice 


33 


Frank Mentzel 


IB 


6 1 


218 


So. 


so 


Clark, N.|. ( Johnson Regional 


( riminolog) and Criminal Justice 


73 


Brad Messina 


01 


i. 1 


284 


Jr. 


IV 


Bogota, N.J. i Bogota) 


I .innk Studies 


43 


Marlon M 


SS 


6 1 


210 


Fr. 


lis 


Brandywine, Md. ( Potomac 


i leneral Business 


88 


Malt Murphy 


1 1 


6 1 


234 


Fr. 


RS 


New 1 1. 1 veil, Mich, i New Haven) 


1 etters & Sciences 




•■■ Kendall 


1 B 


6 1 


! '.1 


Si, 


A 


Hillside, N.J. (Hillside) 


Scu iolog) 


11 


loin i (kanlawon 


CB 


i 1 1 


180 


Fr. 


IIS 


Forestville, Md. (DeMatha) 


1 etters 8( Sc iences 


SI 


[ g Patterson 


WR 


6 2 


:o i 


So. 


IV 


Shelb) [bwnship, Mich. 
i Eisenhowei 


I ettei s 8< s t iences 


24 


i in is Pope 


TB 


5-7 


170 


[r. 


SQ 


Upper Mai Iboro, Md. 1 1 argo) 


I ngineering 


60 


Matt Purdy 


in, 


6-7 


282 


So 


SO 


< ihesapeake Beach, Md. 
(Bishop McNamara E. 111.) 


i riminology and < riminal lustice 







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]QB 


'^Hk^^fl 












Season Preview 




No. 


Name 


I'os. 


Hgl 


Wgt 


CI. 


Exp. 


Hometown (High School-Last Sthool) Major 




73 


Ryan Rezzelle 


1)1 


6 8 


282 


Si. 


iV 


1 rie. Pa i M< Dowell) 


Sociology 




7 *** 


Brad Rhodes 


K 


5-7 


168 


Si 


)V 


Biloxi, Miss. (St. lohn's) 


Kinesiological Sir 




2 


Marc Riley 


IK 


6 1 


205 


Ir. 


IIS 


( loram, N.Y. ( 1 ongwood i 


1 etters 8< S< ii 




34 ' • 


Kenn) Rogers 


1 K 


, 9 


198 


h 


2V 


South Brunswick, N.J. 

I South Krunsu iik 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 




71 


1 (urrand Roundtree 


DE 


6 1 




Ir. 


IIS 


Baltimore, Mil. 1 1 ansdowne) 


Letters 8< Sciences 




87 • 


Scott Rudolph 


is 


6 1 


232 


So. 


IV 


Churchville, Md. (C. Milton Wright) 


Physical Education 




4 


Keon Russell 


WR 


5-1 1 


187 


Sr. 


IV 


Brooklyn, N.Y. ' Midwood- 
American International) 


( Iriminology and ( Criminal [ustice 




97 


Nate Rust, |r. 


Dl 


6 1 


! 1 1 


Fi 


1 R 


1 larrington, 1 >el. 1 1 .ike Forest i 


Economics 




2 > 


Chris Sanders 


ss 


6 1 


21 1 


Fr. 


Us 


Winter Springs, 1 la. (Oviedo) 


1 etters & Sciei 




37 "• 


1 ewis Sanders 


IS 


6 1 


196 


Ii 


2V 


Staten Island, N.Y. 1 St. Peter's Prep) 


Criminology and Criminal |usti< i 




23 


Maurice Shaw 


WR 


6 (i 


180 


1 1 . 


lis 


Suitland, Md. (Suitland) 


Letters \ Sciences 




61 


Mike Sherman 


01 


<> 1 


3112 


1 1. 


Us 


Gaithersburg, Md. (Milford Prep) 


1 etters 8t Sciences 




95 


William Shime 


DE 


6 1 


220 


1 1. 


HS 


Ft. Washington, Md. 
(Bishop McNamara) 


General Business 




44 


Mukala Sikyala, |r. 


IB 


i s 


191 


So. 


1 R 


Lanham, Md. i Einstein-Tuskegee) 


Letters & Sciences 




55 • 


Rasheed Simmons 


DE 


6-5 


244 


Si. 


IV 


Edison, N.J. i Edison) 


Family studies 




51 


Chris Snader 


OG 


6 5 


284 


Ii. 


RS 


Bishopville, Md. (Stephen Decatur) 


letters 8t Sciences 




10 


Sean Starner 


1' 


3 1 1 


182 


So. 


SQ 


Mechani< sburg, Pa. (< edai < ho 


Family Studies 




29 


\\ rone Stewarl 


is 


6 ii 


180 


Fr. 


HS 


Washington, IXC. (Anacostia) 


1 etters cs Silences 




99 


Albert Surman 


DE 


6-1 


246 


Fr. 


RS 


Pittsburgh, Pa. (Baldwin) 


Letters & Sciences 




55 


Anthony Surman 


C 


6 1 


273 


Si 


SQ 


Pittsburgh, Pa. (Baldwin) 


( lovernment and Politics 




IS 


Ryan Swifi 


1 B 


6-1 


225 


Ii. 


RS 


Hinsdale, 111. i llinsdaleCeiili.il 


Business Management 




63 • 


Ben Thomas 


i 


6-2 


271 


So. 


IV 


Moosic, Pa. i Riverside) 


i leograph) 




in 


Aaron Thompson 


1 K 


6-1 


22(1 


Fr. 


RS 


Baltimore, Md. (Mt. St. Joseph) 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 




i 


Peter 1 immins 


DE 


6-3 


240 


Ir. 


2V 


Staten Island, N.Y. (Curtis) 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 




7(1 • 


F.rie Timothy 


OG 


6 i 


278 


Ir. 


IV 


Hamden, Conn. (Hamden | 


Art Studio 




74 


Brett Trammell 


hi 


6-5 


295 


So. 


SQ 


i onstantia, N.Y. (Central Square) 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 




46 


lolin Waerig 


TE 


6-: 


261 


Ir. 


SQ 


Philadelphia, Pa. (Cardinal 

Dougherty-Wisconsin I 


Speech Communication 




11 ••• 


FCendrick Walton 


WR 


6-2 


181 


Sr. 


3V 


Dallas, Texas (Carter) 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 




12 •' 


1 j tide Washington 


CB 


5-8 


175 


h 


2V 


Largo, Md. (DeMatha) 


Art Studio 




50 


[on Watkins 


LB 


5-11 


229 


So, 


SQ 


Perth Amboy, N.J. (Perth Amboy) 


Health Education 




8 


Harold Westley 


TB 


5-7 


178 


ll 


IV 


Deerfield Beach, Fla. 
(Cardinal Gibbons) 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 




■SI 


Todd Wike 


TE 


6-3 


240 


Fr. 


lis 


Lebanon, Pa. (Lebanon) 


Biochemistry 




56 * 


lamie W'u 


OG 


6-3 


292 


Ir. 


IV 


St. Charles, 111. (St. Charles 1 


Art Studio 




Experience Key: ' indicates number oj 


varsity 


etters earned; RS 


indicate* 


redshirt, 


SQ indicates on squad but did not letter; TR indicates transfer; Hs" indicates high school. 




1998 Fall Newcomers 














'ing newcomers arc included 


in the a 


Iphabeti 


cat and numerica 


rosters it 


tltis media guide. 




No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Hgt 


Wgt 


Cl. 


Exp. 


Hometown (High School-Last School 


Major 




96 


Todd Bradle) 


DT 


6-2 


255 


Fr. 


HS 


Yorktown, Va. (York) 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 




20 


Renard Cox 


CB 


6-0 


185 


Ir. 


TR 


Rich mi link \a. Huguenot - 
Lackawanna [C i 


Economics 




78 


Matt Crawford 


OT 


6-6 


295 


Fr. 


lis 


Mm a\ ia, N.Y. ' Mora\ i.i 


Letters & Sciences 




21 


Guilian Gary 


WR 


6-0 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


Horseheads, N.Y. ( Horseheads 


Letters & Sciences 




4: 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 


6-2 


208 


Fr. 


HS 


Aberdeen, Md. (Aberdeen) 


Letters & Sciences 




98 


Charles Hill 


Dl 


6-2 


245 


Fr. 


HS 


Palmer Park, Md. i Eleanor Roosevelt i Engineering 




38 


Randall Jones 


FS 


6-2 


207 


Fr. 


HS 


Frederick, Md. (Gov. Johnson- 
Naval Prep 


Business 




31 


( had Killian 


FB 


6-2 


235 


Fr. 


HS 


Pittsburgh, Pa. i Fox Chapel) 


Letters & Sciences 




53 


Reggie 1 ew is 


LB 


6-0 


233 


Fr. 


RS 


Chicago, 111. (Cai 


Business Management 




33 


Rod Littles 


SS 


5-11 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


Gainesville, Fla. (Gainesville) 


Letters & Sciences 




54 


Sam Marvis 


C 


6-3 


255 


Fr. 


HS 


Greensburg, Pa. ( Hempfield Area 


Letters & Sciences 




9 


Calvin McCall 


QB 


6-3 


183 


Fr. 


HS 


Orlando, Fla. ( Dr. Phillips) 


Psychology 




43 


Marlon Moore 


SS 


6-1 


210 


Fr. 


HS 


Brandywine, Md. (Potomac) 


General Business 




11 


Tony Okanlawon 


CB 


5-11 


180 


Fr. 


HS 


Forestville, Md. 1 leMatha) 


Letters & Sciences 




1 


Marc Riley 


TB 


6-3 


205 


Fr. 


HS 


Coram, N.Y. ( Longwood ) 


Letters & Sciences 




71 


Durrand Roundtree 


DE 


6-3 


235 


Fr. 


HS 


Baltimore, Md. (Lansdowne) 


Letters & Sciences 




97 


Nate Rust, Jr. 


DE 


(,-4 


244 


Ir. 


TR 


Harrington, Del. (Lake Forest) 


Economics 




23 


Maurice Shaw 


WR 


6-0 


180 


Fr. 


HS 


Suitland, Md, (Suitland) 


Letters & Sciences 




95 


William Shime 


DE 


6 I 


220 


Fr. 


HS 


Ft. Washington, Md. 
( Bishop McNamara i 


General Business 




29 


Tyrone Stewart 


FS 


6-0 


180 


Fr. 


HS 


Washington, D.C. < Anacostia 


Letters & Sciences 




81 


Todd Wike 


TE 


6 ^ 


240 


Fr. 


HS 


Lebanon, Pa. ( Lebanon) 


Biochemistry 





35 



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1998Marylan 


d Numerical Roster 






No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Hgt 


Wgt 


CI. 


Exp. 


Hometown (High School-Last School 


Major 




2 


Marc Riley 


TB 


6-5 


205 


Fr. 


HS 


Coram, N.Y. (Longwood) 


Letters & Sciences 




3 


Omar Cheeseboro 


WR 


6-2 


190 


So. 


IV 


East Orange, N.J. 
(Immaculate Conception) 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 




4 


Keon Russell 


WR 


5-11 


187 


Sr. 


IV 


Brooklyn, N.Y. (Midwood- 
American International) 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 




5 


Trey Evans 


QB 


6-1 


187 


Ir. 


IV 


Austin, Texas (Round Rock) 


Business Management 




6 


Erik Lipton 


QB 


6-5 


207 


Fr. 


RS 


Crofton, Md. (Arundel) 


Letters 8; Sciences 




7 


f Brad Rhodes 


K 


5-7 


168 


Sr. 


5V 


Biloxi, Miss. (St. John's) 


Kinesiological Sciences 




8 


Harold Westley 


TB 


5-7 


178 


Ir. 


IV 


Deerfield Beach, Fla. 
(Cardinal Gibbons) 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 




9 


Calvin McCall 


QB 


6-5 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


Orlando, Fla. (Dr. Phillips) 


Psychology 




10 


Sean Stamer 


P 


5-11 


182 


So. 


SQ 


Mechanicsburg, Pa. (Cedar Cliff) 


Family Studies 




11 


Tony Okanlawon 


CB 


5-11 


180 


Fr. 


HS 


Forestville, Md. (DeMatha) 


Letters 8; Sciences 




11 


' Kendrick Walton 


WR 


6-2 


181 


Sr. 


5V 


Dallas, Texas (Carter) 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 




12 


Lynde Washington 


CB 


5-8 


175 


Jr. 


2V 


Largo, Md. (DeMatha) 


Art Studio 




13 


shawn Forte 


SS 


6-0 


200 


So. 


SQ 


Poughkeepsie, N.Y. (Poughkeepsie) 


American Studies 




14 


Ken Mastrole 


QB 


6-5 


225 


Jr. 


IV 


Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 
(Cardinal Gibbons) 


Ag and Resource Economics 




15 


1 aMont lordan 


TB 


5-11 


214 


So. 


IV 


Forestville, Md. (Suitland) 


Letters & Sciences 




16 


Curtis lones 


WR 


6-4 


199 


So. 


SQ 


Lancaster, Pa. (Conestoga Valley) 


Economics 




17 


Brian Kopka 


K 


5-7 


166 


So. 


IV 


Hollywood, Fla. (Hollywood Hills) 


Letters 8; Sciences 




18 


Gil Harris 


QB 


6-1 


215 


Fr. 


RS 


Virginia Beach, Va. (Tallwood) 


Letters & Sciences 




19 


Bruce James 


WR 


5-8 


175 


Sr. 


2V 


Gretna, La. (Archbishop Shaw) 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 




20 


Renard Cox 


CB 


6-0 


185 


Jr. 


TR 


Richmond, Va. 
(Huguenot-Lackawanna IC) 


Economics 




21 


Guilian Gary 


WR 


6-0 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


Horseheads, N.Y. (Horseheads) 


Letters 8; Sciences 




21 


Mike Castleberry 


CB 


5-7 


175 


Jr. 


SQ 


Alexandria, Va. (Edison) 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 




22 


Chris Sanders 


SS 


6-1 


211 


Fr. 


RS 


Winter Springs, Fla. (Oviedo) 


Letters 8; Sciences 




25 


Maurice Shaw 


WR 


6-0 


18(1 


Fr. 


HS 


Suitland, Md. (Suitland) 


Letters & Sciences 




24 


Chris Pope 


TB 


5-7 


170 


Ir. 


SQ 


Upper Marlboro, Md. (Largo) 


Engineering 




25 


Cliff Crosby 


CB 


5-10 


172 


Sr. 


2V 


Erie, Pa. (East) 


Family Studies 




26 


Bryn Boggs 


CB 


6-0 


178 


Ir. 


SQ 


Downingtown, Pa. (Downingtown) 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 




27 


Tony lackson 


FS 


6-1 


202 


So. 


IV 


Ellicott City, Md. (Wilde Lake) 


Letters & Sciences 




29 


Tyrone Stewart 


FS 


6-0 


180 


Fr. 


HS 


Washington, D.C. (Anacostia) 


Letters 8; Sciences 




50 


Russ Edwards 


P 


5-11 


215 


Sr. 


2V 


Alexandria, Va. ( Edison) 


Computer Science 




51 


Chad Killian 


FB 


6-2 


255 


Fr. 


HS 


Pittsburgh, Pa. ( Fox Chapel ) 


Letters 8c Sciences 




52 


••• Kendall Ogle 


LB 


6-1 


251 


Sr. 


3V 


Hillside, N.I. (Hillside) 


Sociology 




33 


Frank Mentzel 


FB 


6-1 


218 


So. 


SQ 


Clark, N.J. i Johnson Regional) 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 




33 


Rod Littles 


SS 


5-11 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


Gainesville, Fla. (Gainesville) 


Letters 8; Sciences 




54 


Kenny Rogers 


FB 


5-9 


198 


Jr. 


2V 


South Brunswick, NJ. (So. Brunswick) Criminology and Criminal Justice 




55 


Jomo Huggins 


FB 


6-1 


258 


Jr. 


SQ 


Uniondale, N.Y. (Holy Trinity) 


Kinesiological Sciences 




56 


■• Paul Jackson 


FS 


5-11 


192 


Sr. 


2V 


Clinton, Md. (Bishop McNamara) 


Family Studies 




57 


Fewis Sanders 


FS 


6-1 


196 


Jr. 


2V 


Staten Island, N.Y. (St. Peter's Prep I 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 




58 


Randall lones 


FS 


6-2 


207 


Fr. 


HS 


Frederick, Md. 

(Gov. Johnson-Naval Prep) 


Business 




59 


Mike Christy 


K 


5-10 


175 


Sr. 


SQ 


Melville, N.Y. ( Walt Whitman) 


Criminology and Criminal lustice 




59 


Quinzy Fraser 


CB 


5-11 


182 


Sr. 


IV 


Rockville, Md. (Magruder) 


Speech Communication 




40 


Aaron Thompson 


1 B 


6-1 


220 


Fr. 


RS 


Baltimore, Md. (Mt. St. Joseph) 


Criminology and Criminal Justice 




41 


Erwyn Fyght 


FB 


6-0 


215 


Ir. 


2V 


Westfield, N.I. (Westfield) 


Kinesiological Sciences 




42 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 


6-2 


208 


Fr. 


HS 


Aberdeen, Md. (Aberdeen) 


Letters & Sciences 




45 


Marlon Moore 


SS 


6-1 


210 


Fr. 


lis 


Brandywine, Md. (Potomac 1 


( ieneral Business 




44 


' Eric Barton 


IB 


6-3 


:iv 


Sr. 


5V 


Alexandria, Va. (Edison) 


Criminology and < riminal Justice 




45 


M.ui Kalapinski 


FB 


6-1 


225 


So. 


IV 


Marshfield, Mass. (Marshfield) 


I etters 8s Sciences 




46 


lohn Waerig 


TE 


6-2 


261 


Ir. 


SQ 


Philadelphia, Pa. 

(Cardinal Dougherty-Wisconsin ) 


speech Communication 




47 


Petei 1 i 1 1 1 m i ns 


in 


6 1 


240 


Ir. 


2V 


Staten Island, N.Y. (( urtis) 


Criminology and Criminal lustice 






Ryan Swift 


I B 


6-1 




Fr. 


RS 


Hinsdale. III. (Hinsdale ( entral) 


Business Management 




49 


Mukala Sikyala, Jr. 


TB 


5-8 


191 


So. 


TR 


Lanham, Md. (Einstein-Tuskegee) 


1 etters 8t Sciences 




50 


Jon Watkins 


1 B 


5-11 


22^ 


So. 


SQ 


Perth Amboy, N.J. (Perth Ambo) 


Health Education 




51 


Chris Snader 


OG 


6-5 


28 1 


Fr. 


RS 


Bishopville, Md. (Stephen Decatur) 


1 etters & Sciences 




52 


Monte < Iraves 


LB 


6-0 


250 


Fr. 


RS 


Annapolis, Md. i St. Mary's) 


Letters 8: Sciences 






Reggie Lewis 


LB 


6 


235 


Fr. 


RS 


( hicago, III. i ( arver) 


Business Management 






Sam Marvis 


( 


6 i 


255 


Ir. 


IIS 


( Ireensburg, Pa, ; 1 lempfield Vrea 


1 etters & Sciences 




55 


Rasheed Simmons 


HI 




■II 


Sr. 


IV 


Edison, N.J. 1 Edison 


Family Studies 




55 


Anthony Surman 


( 


6 1 


275 


Sr. 


SQ 


Pittsburgh, Pa. i Baldwin 


( lovernmenl and Polities 




56 


lamie W'u 


OG 




292 


Ir. 


IV 


St. ( hades, III. (St.< harles) 


\it Studio 




57 


Kris Jenkins 


DT 




282 


So. 


IV 


Ypsilanti, Mich. (Belleville) 


Letters 8 Sciences 




58 


lohn Helmer 


IS 


6 1 


190 


Ir. 


si 2 


Silver Spring, Md. i Spi tngbrook 1 


Criminology and I i iminal Justice 




59 


is 1 laws 


Dl 




231 


Sr. 


SQ 


Baltimore. Md. (< alverl Hall) 


1 amily Studies 






Matt 1'ui.U 






282 


So. 


SQ 


Chesapeake Beach, Md, 
(Bishop McNamara 1 . 111.) 


minolog) and < riminal lustice 



36 



Season Preview 



No. 


Na iiu- 


Pos. 


Hgl 


Wgt 


CI. 


1 \|> 


61 


Mike Sherman 


Ol 


6 4 


102 


Fr. 


RS 


63 ' 


Hen ["nomas 


C 


6-2 


271 


So. 


IV 


64 


Bob Krantz 


(X, 


6-5 


270 


Fr. 


HS 


65 


1 lerrick [ones 


Dl 


6-1 


257 


Fr. 


RS 


66 ' 


' |ohn Feugill 


ol 


6-7 


299 


Sr. 


3V 


67 


Meh m Fowler, Jr. 


DT 


6 i 


267 


Fr. 


RS 


70 " 


1 ric rimoth) 


OG 


6-3 


27S 


fr. 


IV 


71 


1 Hi i rand Round hoe 


ni 


6-3 




Fr. 


IIS 


73 ' 


' Ryan Rezzelle 


OT 


6-8 


282 


Si 


3V 


74 


Bretl liammcll 


OT 


6 i 


295 


So. 


SQ 


/ 5 


Brad Messina 


OT 


6 5 


284 


Fr. 


IV 


7d 


l.ison Mc< lauley 


DT 


6-2 


264 


So. 


SQ 


77 


Timm 1 toward 


Ol 


6-4 


290 


So. 


SQ 


78 


Matt Crawford 


OT 


6 6 


295 


Fr. 


lis 


79 


Mike ( leorge 


OG 


6-4 


2S7 


Fr. 


RS 


SO 


Fric. lames 


II 


6-2 


242 


Fr. 


RS 


SI 


[odd Wike 


TE 


6-3 


240 


Fr. 


US 


83 


[ustin Mattera 


IS 


6-1 


192 


1 1 


RS 


SI • 


Doug Patterson 


UK 


6-: 


203 


So. 


l\ 


85 


[ermaine Arrington 


WR 


5-9 


172 


It. 


SQ 


86 ' 


Moises ( i u/ 


\VR 


5-11 


ISO 


So. 


IV 


87 * 


Scot! Rudolph 


LS 


6-4 


232 


So. 


IV 


88 


Matt Murphy 


TE 


6-5 


234 


Fr. 


RS 


89 • 


[ason Hatala 


WR 


6-0 


174 


So. 


IV 


91 • 


Delbert Cowsette 


DT 


6-1 


270 


Fr. 


2V 


92 • 


Mike Hull 


TE 


6-5 


240 


So. 


IV 


93 


Eric Calendine 


DE 


6-3 


237 


Fr. 


SQ 


95 


William Shime 


DE 


6-4 


220 


Fr. 


HS 


96 


Todd BradJe) 


DT 


6-2 


255 


Fr. 


HS 


47 


Nate Rust, [r. 


DE 


6-4 


244 


Fr. 


TR 


98 


Charles Hill 


DT 


6-2 


245 


Fr. 


HS 


99 


Albert Surman 


DE 


6-1 


246 


Fr. 


RS 



I Kperience Key: ' indicates number o] varsity letters earned; RS indicates redshirt 



Hometown (High School-Last School) 
Gaithersburg, Md. (Milford Prep) 

[i « i ;ii , Pa. ( Riverside) 
Clifton, Va. (Centreville) 
Port fefferson, N.Y. (Comsewoque) 
Methuen, Mass. (Methuen) 
Wheatly Heights, N.Y. 
(Half Hollow Hills) 
I [amden, < !onn. 1 1 lamden) 
Baltimore, Md. 1 1 ansdov* in 
1 ne, Pa. (McDowell) 
Constantia, N.Y. i< entral Square) 
Bogota, N.I. (Bogota) 
Key West, I la. (Key West) 
1 eonardo, N.J. I Middletown South) 
Moravia, N.Y. (Moravia) 
E. Hanover, N.J. (Hanover Park) 
Washington, D.< . I Anacostia) 
Lebanon, Pa. ( Lebanon) 
Lake Grove, N.Y. (Sachem) 
Shelby Township, Mich. ( Eisenhower) 
Landover, Md. (Bowie) 
Germantown, Md. (Seneca Valley) 
Churchville, Md. (C. Milton Wright) 
New Haven, Mich. (New Haven) 
Centreville, Va. (Centreville) 
Cleveland, Ohio (Central Catholic) 
Hagerstown, Md. (South Hagerstown) 
Pittsford, N.Y. (Mendon) 
Ft. Washington, Md. 
(Bishop McNamara) 
Yorktown, Va. (York) 
Harrington, Del. (Lake Forest) 
Palmer Park, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt) 
Pittsburgh, Pa. (Baldwin) 

SQ indicates on squad but did not letter; TR 



Major 

8< Sciences 

Geogi iphy 

l'ii' rs 8i Sciences 

Kinesiological s t i, 

linology and Criminal Justice 

B us i n i i 

Art Studio 

I el lei s & Sciences 

Sociology 

( i iminolog) and ( i nnni.il Justice 

Family Studies 

Criminology and Criminal Justice 

Kinesiological Sciences 

letters 8i Sciences 

letters 8; Sciences 

( riminology and Criminal Justice 

Biochemistry 

Letters & Sciences 

Letters & Sciences 

Kinesiological Sciences 

( riminology and Criminal Justice 

Physical Education 

Letters & Sciences 

Letters & Sciences 

Geographv 

Business Management 

Criminology and Criminal Justice 

General Business 

Criminology and Criminal Justice- 
Economics 
Engineering 
Letters & Sciences 

indicates transfer; US indicates high school. 



PRONUNCIATION GUIDE 



Delbert Cowsette 
Renard Cox 
Moises Cruz 
John Feugill 
Shawn Forte 
Guilian Gary 
Monte Graves 
Randall Jones 
Brian Kopka 
Ken Mastrole 
(ustin Mattera 
Brad Messina 
Tony Okanlawon 
Ryan Rezzelle 
William Shime 
Mukala Sikyala 
Brett Trammel] 
John Waerig 
Todd Wike 
Jamie W'u 



cow-SET 

ruh-NARD 

moses 

FEW-gull 

FOR-tay 

Julian 

MAHN-tay 

ran-DELL 

COP-kuh 

muh-STROH-lee 

muh-TAIR-uh 

muh-SEE-nuh 

oh-KAHN-luh-wahn 

ruh-ZELL-ee 

SHE-may 

moo-CALL-uh Sic-YALL-uh 

rhymes with camel 

rhymes with carriage 

rhymes with bike 

woo 




37 













FOOTBALL 






1 




Personnel Breakdown 




Starters Returning 


/Lost 




Lettermen Returning/Lost 




















STARTERS RETURNING 1 


LETTERMEN RETURNING 








OFFENSE (7) 


'97 Starts 


Career Starts ( 


3FFENSE 20 










WR Moises Cruz, 5- 1 1 , 1 80, So. 


8 


8 


yVR * Omar Cheeseboro, So. 


TE * 


Mike Hull, So. 




WR Doug Patterson, 6-2, 203, So. 


7 


7 


Moises Cruz, So. 








TB LaMont Jordan, 5- 1 1 , 2 1 4, So. 


3 


3 


Jason Hatala, So. 


QB * 


Trey Evans, Jr. 




TE Mike Hull, 6-5, 240, So. 


10 


10 


Bruce James, Sr. 


* 


Ken Mastrole, |r. 




OT John Feugill, 6-7, 299, Sr. 


11 


23 


Doug Patterson, So. 








OG +Brad Messina, 6-5, 284, Jr. 


11 


11 


Keon Russell, Sr. 


RB * 


LaMont Jordan, So. 




C Ben Thomas, 6-2, 271, So. 


11 


11 


*** Kendrick Walton, Sr. 


* 


Matt Kalapinski, So. 




■vindicates moved to offensive tackle for 1998. 




( 


3L *'* John Feugill, Sr. 




Kenny Rogers, Jr. 
Harold Westley, Jr. 




DEFENSE (4) 






Brad Messina, Ir. 








LB Eric Barton, 6-3, 229, Sr. 


11 


23 


*** Ryan Rezzelle, Sr. 








LB Kendall Ogle, 6-1, 231, Sr. 


11 


22 


Ben Thomas, So. 








DT Delbert Cowsette, 6- 1 , 270, Jr. 


11 


11 


Eric Timothy, (r. 








CB Lynde Washington, 5-8, 175, Jr. 


7 


7 


Jamie Wu, Jr. 








SPECIALISTS (2) 




1 


DEFENSE — 11 








PK Brian Kopka, 5-7, 166, So. 


7 


7 1 


1L " Delbert Cowsette, Jr. 


DB *' 


Cliff Crosby, Sr. 




P Russ Edwards, 5-11, 215, Sr. 


11 


26 


Kris Jenkins, So. 
Rasheed Simmons, Sr. 


if * 


Quinzy Fraser, Sr. 
Paul Jackson, Sr. 












** Peter Timmins, Jr. 

-B *** Eric Barton, Sr. 
*** Kendall Ogle, Sr. 


* 
• • 


Tony Jackson, So. 
Lynde Washington, Ir. 






STARTERS LOST JSj 














OFFENSE (4) 


'97 Starts 


Career Starts 










QB Brian Cummings 


11 


25 


SPECIALISTS — 4 








HB #Peter Timmins 


7 


7 


'K ' Brian Kopka, So. 


P ♦* 


lUiss Edwards, Sr. 




OT Darrvl Gilliam 


11 


32 


• ' * Brad Rhodes, Sr. 


LS • 


Scott Rudolph, So. 




OG Pat Ward 


11 


22 


^indicates letters earned. 








Vindicates moved to defensive end for 1998. 






NJURED 








DEFENSE (7) 






J ** Erwyn Lyght, Jr. 


FS ** 


Lewis Sanders, (r. 




DE Eric Hicks 
1)T [ohnnie Hicks 


5 
11 


20 
30 












LETTERMEN LOST 










DE Eric ( )gbogu 
LB Erwyn Lyght 


9 


18 












9 


11 










FS Lewis Sanders 


10 


10 » 


DFFENSE (6) 








SS Henry Baker 


10 


1(1 < 


3B * ** Brian Cummings 


TE * 


Josh Hough 




CB Troy Davidson 


11 


11 
















IB * * ' Msuddy Rodgers 


OL "•'Darrvl Gilliam 












"Brian Underwood 


• * ' * Pat Ward 




li ..! 


» 


-*^i 




m±-~ ^ • ^ 




-> -~** 


MR None 








1 ^^^OB j%r ' • 


Jt 


DEFENSE (15) 












^ 




DE * Jason Brown 
•••• Eric links 


DB ••• 


Jason Apolenis 
• 1 [enry Baker 








SK\m 




" Johnnie I licks 


• - 


Troy Davidson 






^F" <4 \ ^A w>J 


k * * 


' 


Anthony Jenkins 


. - » 


' 1 l.ll 1 \ 1 ( .ik's 




v "] ^^^"" 


1 JJ 




' ' 1 ric ( >gbogu 


• 


Ei nest < Irier 




1 Jtrmm 1 






Ramon ( )liveras 


• 


lodd Stewart 






\lil m* 


■1 


l 


,B •• RyanGick 
*•• Rhetl Hesprich 










* 




•••• Bretl White 








*-(to_ ^ \_ '^t ^B 


*w 




indicates letters earned. 










/^rm 4 W^ • 


*tK 












Defensive tackle Delbert Cowsette totaled 63 tackles and a pair of sacks last 




season. 













38 



LAND 



Season Preview 




MARYLAND FOOTBALL QUICK FACTS 



General Information 

Location College Park, Md. 

Enrollment 33,006 

Founded 1807 

Colors Red, White, Black, < lold 

Conference Atlantic < !oas1 

Affiliation NCAA I >ivision I 

President Dr. Dan Mute 

Director of Athletics Deborah A. Yow 

Nickname Terrapins/Terps 

Stadium Byrd 

Stadium Capacity 48,055 

Surface Natural grass 

1997 Record 2-9 

1997 ACC Record 1-7 (8th ) 

Offensive Starters Returning (7) 

WR Moises Cruz, WR Doug Patterson, TB LaMont Jordan, TE 
Mike Hull, OT John Feugill, OG Brad Messina, C Ben Thomas 

Defensive Starters Returning (4) 

LB Eric Barton, LB Kendall Ogle, DT Delbert Cowsette, CB 
Lynde Washington 




CliffQ 



Kicking Specialist Starters Returning (2) 

PK Brian Kopka, P Russ Edwards 

Lettermen Returning (35) 

20 offense, 1 1 defense, 4 specialists 

Lettermen Lost (21) 
6 offense, 15 defense 

Coaching Staff 

Ron Vanderlinden Head Coach 

Wally Ake Defensive Coordinator 

Inside Linebackers 
Craig Johnson Offensive Coordinator 

Quarterbacks 

Rubin Carter Defensive Line 

Mike Gundy Wide Receivers 

Bob Heffner Tight Ends 

Offensive Tackles 
Mike Locksley Running Backs 

Recruiting Coordinator 

Doug Mallory Secondary 

Danny Rocco Outside Linebackers 

Elliot Uzelac Offensive Centers/Guards 



39 















> F 


O O T B A 


L L 




i^^^H 




Season Preview 




1998 Roster 


by 


State 














CONNECTICUT 








NEW JERSEY 










70 


Eric Timothy 


OG 


Jr. 


Hamden, Conn. 


3 
79 


Omar Cheeseboro 
Mike George 


WR 
OG 


So. 
RFr. 


East Orange, NJ. 
E. Hanover, NJ. 




DELAWARE 








77 


Timm Howard 


OT 


So. 


Leonardo, NJ. 




97 


Nate Rust, Ir. 


DE 


Jr. 


Harrington, Del. 


41 
33 


Erwyn Lyght 
Frank Mentzel 


LB 
FB 


Ir. 
So. 


Westfield, NJ. 
Clark, NJ. 




FLORIDA 








75 


Brad Messina 


OT 


Ir. 


Bogota, NJ. 




17 


Brian Kopka 


K 


So. 


Hollywood, Fla. 


32 


Kendall Ogle 


LB 


Sr. 


Hillside, NJ. 




33 


Rod Littles 


SS 


Fr. 


Gainesville, Fla. 


34 


Kenny Rogers 


FB 


Ir. 


South Brunswick, N.J. 




14 


Ken Mastrole 


QB 


Ir. 


Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 


55 


Rasheed Simmons 


DE 


Sr. 


Edison, NJ. 




9 


Calvin McCall 


QB 


Fr. 


Orlando, Fla. 


50 


Jon Watkins 


LB 


So. 


Perth Amboy, NJ. 




76 


Jason McCauley 


DT 


So. 


Key West, Fla. 














2? 


Chris Sanders 


SS 


RFr. 


Winter Springs, Fla. 


NEW YORK 










8 


Harold Westley 


TB 


Jr. 


Deerfield Beach, Fla. 


93 
39 


Eric Calendine 
Mike Christy 


DE 
K 


Ir. 
Sr. 


Pittsford, N.Y. 
Melville, N.Y. 




ILLINOIS 








78 


Matt Crawford 


OT 


Fr. 


Moravia, N.Y. 




53 


Reggie Lewis 


LB 


RFr. 


Chicago, 111. 


13 


Shawn Forte 


SS 


So. 


Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 




48 


Ryan Swift 


LB 


RFr. 


Hinsdale, 111. 


67 


Melvin Fowler, fr. 


DT 


RFr. 


Wheatly Heights, N.Y. 




56 


Jamie Wu 


OG 


Ir. 


St. Charles, 111. 


21 
35 


Guilian Gary 
lomo Huggins 


WR 
LB 


Fr. 
Ir. 


Horseheads, N.Y. 
Uniondale, N.Y. 




loui: 








65 


Derrick Jones 


DT 


RFr. 


Port Jefferson, N.Y. 




19 


Bruce James 


\VR 


Sr. 


Gretna, La. 


83 
2 


Justin Mattera 
Marc Riley 


FS 
TB 


RFr. 
Fr. 


Lake Grove, N.Y'. 
Coram, N.Y. 




MARYLAND 








4 


Keon Russell 


WR 


Sr. 


Brooklyn, N.Y. 




85 


Jermaine Arrington 


WR 


Jr. 


Landover, Md. 


37 


Lewis Sanders 


FS 


Ir. 


Staten Island, N.Y. 




86 


Moises Cruz 


WR 


So. 


Germantown, Md. 


47 


Peter Timmins 


DE 


Ir. 


Staten Island, N.Y. 




39 


Quinzy Fraser 


DB 


Sr. 


Rockville, Md. 


74 


Brett Trammell 


OT 


So. 


Constantia, N.Y. 




52 


Monte Graves 


LB 


RFr. 


Annapolis, Md. 














59 


Chris Hayes 


DE 


Sr. 


Baltimore, Md. 


OHIO 










58 


John Helmer 


LS 


Ir. 


Silver Spring, Md. 


91 


Delbert Cowsette 


DT 


Ir. 


Cleveland, Ohio 




42 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 


Fr. 


Aberdeen, Md. 














98 


Charles Hill 


DT 


Fr. 


Palmer Park, Md. 


PENNSYLVANIA 










92 


Mike Hull 


TE 


So. 


Hagerstown, Md. 


26 


Bryn Boggs 


CB 


Ir. 


Downingtown, Pa. 




36 


Paul Jackson 


FS 


Sr. 


Clinton, Md. 


25 


Cliff Crosby 


CB 


Sr. 


Erie, Pa. 




27 


Tony Jackson 


FS 


So. 


EUicott City, Md. 


16 


Curtis Jones 


WR 


So. 


Lancaster, Pa. 




38 


Randall Jones 


FS 


Fr. 


Frederick, Md. 


31 


Chad Killian 


FB 


Fr. 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 




15 


LaMont Jordan 


TB 


So. 


Forestville, Md. 


54 


Sam Marvis 


C 


Fr. 


Greensburg, Pa. 




6 


Hrik Lipton 


QB 


RFr. 


Crofton, Md. 


73 


Ryan Rezzelle 


OT 


Sr. 


Erie, Pa. 




43 


Marlon Moore 


SS 


Fr. 


Brandywine, Md. 


10 


Sean Starner 


P 


So. 


Mechanicsburg, Pa. 




11 


Tony Okanlawon 


CB 


Fr. 


Forestville, Md. 


99 


Albert Surman 


DE 


RFr. 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 




24 


Chris Pope 


TB 


Jr. 


Upper Marlboro, Md. 


55 


Anthony Surman 


C 


Sr. 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 




60 


Matt Purdy 


OG 


So. 


Chesapeake Beach, Md. 


63 


Ben Thomas 


C 


So. 


Moosic, Pa. 




71 


Durrand Roundtree 


DE 


Fr. 


Baltimore, Md. 


46 


lohn Waerig 


TE 


Ir. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 




87 


Scott Rudolph 


LS 


So. 


Churchville, Md. 


81 


Todd Wike 


TE 


Fr. 


1 ebanon, Pa. 




23 


Maurice Shaw 


WR 


Fr. 


Suitland, Md. 














61 


Mike Sherman 


OT 


RFr. 


Gaithersburg, Md, 


TEXAS 










95 


William Shime 


DE 


Fr. 


Ft. Washington, Md. 


5 


Trey Evans 


QB 


Ir. 


Austin, lexas 




49 


Mukala Sikyala, Jr. 


TB 


So. 


Lanham, Md. 


II 


Kendrick Walton 


WR 


Sr. 


Dallas, [Texas 




51 


( hris Snader 


OG 


RFr. 


Bishopville, Md. 














40 


Aaron 1 hompson 


LB 


RFr. 


Baltimore, Md. 


VIRGINIA 










12 


Lynde Washington 


CB 


Jr. 


Largo, Md. 


44 
96 


Eric Barton 
Todd Bradley 


LB 
DT 


Sr. 
Ir. 


Alexandria, Va. 
Yorklown, Va. 




MASSACHUSETTS 








21 


Mike Castleberrj 


CB 


Ir. 


Alexandria, \ a. 




66 


John Feugill 


or 


Sr. 


Methuen, Mass. 


2(1 


Renard ( ox 


CB 


Ir. 


Richmond, Va. 




45 


Matt Kalapinski 


I B 


So. 


Marshfield, Mass. 


JO 

IS 


Russ Edwards 
( ill 1 [arris 


P 
QB 


Si. 

RFr. 


Alexandria, Va. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 




MICHIGAN 








89 


[ason 1 latala 


WR 


So. 


( lentreville, Va. 




57 


Kris Jenkins 


IM 


So. 


Ypsilanti, Mich. 


64 


Bob Krantz 


OG 


Ir. 


Clifton, Va. 




88 


Matt Murphy 


1 


■: , 


New 1 lawn, Mich. 














84 


Doug Patterson 


WR 


So. 


Shelb) Township, Mich. 


WASHINGTON, D.C. 




















80 


1 i k 1. imes 


II 


RFi 


Washington, D.< . 




MISSIS! 








29 


l\ rone Stewart 


is 


Fr. 


Washington, 1 >.( ',. 






Brad Rhodes 


K 


Sr. 


Biloxi, Miss. 













40 



The 1998 Terrapins 



41 



The 1998 Terrapins 



Jermaine Arrington 



Eric Barton 



Wide Receiver 
Landover, Md. 
(Bowie) 
5-9* 172* Jr. 




MARYLAND: Junior walk-on who moved to 
the top of the depth chart at a wide receiver 
position with an impressive spring camp ... 
showed signs of big-play potential during 
spring drills ... has the quickness and speed to 
get deep ... noted for playing hard from snap 
to whistle. (1997) Walked on to the program 
in the spring of 1997 after transferring from 
Memphis State and Prince George's Commu- 
nity College ... sat out the '97 campaign while 
satisfying NCAA transfer regulations. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Bowie 
High School in 1995 ... earned all-county and 
All-Met honors ... was selected his team MVP 
as a junior and senior ... earned track MVP 
honors as a senior, when he finished second in 
the state in the 100 meters ... won four gold 
medals at the P.G. County meet: 100, 200, 400 
relay, and 800 relay ... high school coach was 
Gary Wrenn. 

PERSONAL: Born July 3, 1977 ... son of Lean- 
na and Calvin Arrington ... majoring in kine- 
siological sciences ... signed a track letter of 
intent with Memphis State out of high school 
... attended Memphis State during the 1995-96 
academic year ... spent the fall of 1996 at 
Prince George's Community College. 



JERMAINE ARRINGTON UP CLOSE 



My motto is: Isaiah 40: 26-31 

My craziest ambition is: to act in a movie or 

sitcom with Martin Lawrence 

Best advice I've ever received: Believe none of 

what you hear and half of what you see 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Paris 

If I could invite any three people in history to 

dinner, they would be: Martin Luther King, Jr., 

Thurgood Marshall, Malcolm X 

I look forward to playing for Coach 

Vanderlinden because: I feel he knows his stuff 

and is very fair 

If I could change one thing about myself I 

would: stop procrastinating 




Linebacker 
Alexandria,Va. 
(Edison) 
6-3 * 229 * Sr. 



MARYLAND: Fourth-year senior who is the 
ACC's second-leading returning tackier from 
1997 ... Butkus Award candidate who has reg- 
istered more than 100 tackles each of the pre- 
vious two seasons ... preseason second team 
All-American by Bob Griese and a first team 
All-ACC choice by The Sporting News ... 
coaches believe he can be one of the league's 
dominant linebackers as a senior ... improved 
in every phase of the game during spring drills 
... considered one of the leaders of the Terps' 
defensive unit ... coaches are anticipating a 
great season from Barton, who has totaled 258 
tackles in his Maryland career ... takes a streak 
of 22 consecutive starts into the 1998 cam- 
paign. (1997) Led the ACC with his 85 solo 
tackles and finished third in the league in 
overall stops (134) as a junior ... 48 of his tack- 
les came during a four-game span when he 
wore a cast on his right hand ... registered a 
career-high 17 tackles vs. North Carolina ... 
had eight games with 10 or more total stops ... 
had better tackle statistics in three of his four 
head-to-head meetings with other Butkus 
Award nominees ... teamed with Kendall Ogle 
to give the Terps one of the league's top line- 
backing tandems. (1996) Named honorable 
mention All-ACC as a sophomore ... was the 
team leader in tackles (106) ... tied for 1 1th in 
the ACC in average tackles per game (9.6) ... 
had a season-high 14 stops vs. Duke and 13 
each vs. West Virginia and North Carolina ... 
also reached double figures vs. Virginia (12) 
and Clemson ( 10). (1995) The only true fresh- 
man to play for the Terps ... made his collegiate 
debut Oct. 7 vs. Wake Forest, when he regis- 
tered six tackles ... had a season high nine 
tackles and one forced fumble vs. Clemson ... 
finished the season with 18 total stops. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Edison 
High School in 1995 ... earned All America 
honors from the National Recruiting Adviscn 
and All-Atlantic Coast recognition from 
BlueChip Illustrated ... rated the 10th besl 
player in the state of Virginia by SuperPrepand 
the I Ith-best player in the state by Tom lem- 
ming ... high school coach was Dennis Kan 

dolph. 

I'l KSONAL: Horn Sept. 24, 1977 ... son of 
( hristine .md Thomas Barton ... majoring in 
criminology and criminal justice. 



Career Statistics 








Year 


UT 


AT 


TT 


SK 


1995 


9 


9 


18 





1996 


57 


49 


106 


2.0 


1997 


85 


49 


134 


2.5 


Totals 


151 


107 


258 


4.5 



ERIC BARTON UP CLOSE 



My motto is: nothing to it but to do it 
If I lost all my possessions but one, I'd want to 
keep: my dignity 

The greatest thing about being a student- 
athlete is: competing against the best while 
receiving a guality education 
I look forward to playing for Coach 
Vanderlinden because: he is going to turn the 
program around 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Jamaica 



Bryn Boggs 



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Cornerback 
Downingtown, Pa. 
(Downingtown) 
6-0* 178* Jr. 




MARYLAND: Redshirt junior who enters fall 
camp as a backup at a cornerback position ... 
has solid coverage skills and showed improve- 
ment in every area of his game this spring ... is 
listed No. 2 at right corner behind senior Cliff 
Crosby. (1997) Appeared in five games as a 
sophomore, totaling one tackle. (1996) Sat out 
the season in order to satisfy NCAA rules fol- 
lowing his transfer from Wisconsin. (1995) Saw 
action as a punt returner during his true fresh- 
man season at the University ot Wisconsin. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Downing- 
town High School in 1995 ... was an \ll Hast 
selection by Prep Football Report and Super- 
Prep ... was rated among the top 101) players in 
the East by Prep Football Report ... led his team 
to the state championship game as a senior ... 
rushed tor 2,773 yards and 25 touchdowns 
during his career ... high school coach was 
lohn Ban. 

PERSONAL: Born Oct. 31, 1976 ... son of 
Sharon and Bruce Boggs ... majoring in crimi- 
nology and criminal justk e 



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BRYNBOGGS UP CLOSE 



Best advice I ever received: nobody is going to 

give you anything - you have to earn it! 

My craziest ambition: to go skydiving 

I look forward to playing for Coach 

Vanderlinden because: he's a great motivator and 

he challenges his players 

My hero is: my grandfather 

My goal for 1 998 is: to make big plays and 

become a starter 



Mike Castleberry 



EricCalendine 




Defensive End 
Pittsford, N.Y. 

(Mendon) 
6-3* 237* Jr. 



MARYLAND: Redshirt junior who is pushing 
tor playing time at .i defensive end spot ... a 
walk-on with a tremendous work ethic who 
plays snap-to-whistle football. (1997) Did not 
see an\ action as a sophomore. (1996) 
Appeared in five games and totaled three tack- 
les and one pass deflection. (1995) Redshirt 
season. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Mendon 
High School in 1995 ... two-time all-county 
selection ... four-year letterwinner who earned 
team MVP honors and was the recipient of a 
sportsmanship award in 1995 ... was selected 
the most valuable defensive player in the Eddie 
Meath All-Star game ... high school coach was 
Bob Nagle. 

PERSONAL: Born Oct. 24, 1976 ... son of 
Debbie and Roger Calendine ... majoring in 
criminology and criminal justice ... earned 
Scholar- Athlete honors in 1997. 



ERIC CALENDINE UP CLOSE 



The word that describes me best is: outgoing 

If I could invite any three people in history to 

dinner, they would be: Thomas Jefferson, FDR, 

Geronimo 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: the 

Rocky Mountains 

If I could change one thing about myself I 

would: give more of myself 




Cornerback 
Alexandria, Va 
(Edison 
5-7 * 173 * Jr 



MARYLAND: (unior walk-on cornerback. 
(1997) Did not play on the football team in the 
fall, but went through spring drills. (1996) 
Walked on to the football team in the tall ol 
1996 but did not see any action. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Thomas 
Edison High School in 1994 ... was a three-year 
letter/man in football and two-year letterman 
in track ... earned first team all-district honors 
•is a senior, when he was named his school's 
most athletic student ... rushed for 151 yards 
on just 1 1 carries in his final high school game 
... attended Fork Union Military Academy 
after high school, playing the 1995 season as a 
running back. 

PERSONAL: Born Sept. 24, 1975 ... son of 
Beverly Castleberry. 



MIKE CASTLEBERRY UP CLOSE 



Best advice I ever received: no matter how hard 

it gets, never ever quit 

If I lost all my possessions but one, I'd want to 

keep: my watch 

My hero is: my mom 

If I could change one thing about myself I 

would: change my size 



OmarCheeseboro 



3 



Wide Receiver 
East Orange, N.J. 
(Immaculate Conception 
6-2* 190* So. 




MARYLAND: Talented young receiver who is 
listed behind junior lermaine Arrington at a 
wide receiver spot going into fall drills ... was 
having a good spring practice until injuring 
his hamstring ... expected to be one of the top 
plavmakers in the Terps' wide receiver corps. 



( 1997) Appi ii fresh 

man, finishing tied tor fourth <>n the team in 
receptions ( l I: and second in averagi 
per catch 1 14.7) ... led the team with hi 
touchdown catches ... had PD Pemple 

and Wake forest and two vs. Noi 
State ... had a season high four e. itches | foi 1') 
yards) in season finale vs. Georgia Tech ... had 
sc.r. hi high 77 receiving yards in 10th game of 
the season (vs. North ( arolina State) .. 
pair of starts (vs. Virginia and Georgia I I 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Immaculate 
< onception I ligh School in 1997 ... an all stat 

selection as a senior who helped his team to 

back-to-back conference championships ... 
earned All-America honors from St/J 
and All-fast recognition from Tom Lemming 
... was an honorable mention All American by 
the National Recruiting Advisor... scored more 
than 1,000 points as a member of the basket- 
ball team ... high school coach was lolin 
Finnegan. 

PERSONAL: Born Teh. II, 1977 ... son of Ruby 
and Sam Thomas ... majoring in criminology 
and criminal justice. 



Career Statistics 
Year Rec 

1997 14 



Yds 

200 



Avg 

1 I." 



TD 

4 



OMARCHEESEBORO UP CLOSE 



My motto is: believe in yourself and never worry 
about what others think 
The greatest thing about being a student- 
athlete is: the people you meet 
If I lost all my possessions but one, I'd want to 
keep: my Bible 
My craziest ambition: is to play in the NBA 



Mike Christy 



39 



Placekicker 
Melville, N.Y. 
(Walt Whitman) 
5-10* 175 *Sr. 




MARYLAND: Senior walk-on who is listed 
behind Brad Rhodes and Brian Kopka on the 
placekicking depth chart. (1997) Walked on to 
the football program in the spring of '97 but 
did not see any action during the '97 campaign 
... played on the nationally ranked lacrosse 
team in 1995, '96 and half of '97 before mov- 
ing over to the football program. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Walt Whit- 
man High School in 1994 ... plaved soccer and 



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ALL 



lacrosse in high school ... was all-county in 
lacrosse as a senior and played in the Empire 
stale ( iames ... did not play football in high 
school. 

PERSONAL: Born Nov. 13, 1975 .. son of Mar- 
garet and Dennis Christy ... majoring in crimi- 
nology and criminal justice. 



MIKE CHRISTY UP CLOSE 



My goal for 1998 is: to help the team in any way 
possible 

Best advice I ever received: give 110% and you 
will never fail 

The word that best describes me is: fun 
My hero is: Harry Chapin 

The greatest thing about being a student- 
athlete is: being able to be a role model 



Delbert Cowsette 




Defensive Tackle 
Cleveland, Ohio 
(Central Catholic) 
6-1* 270* Jr. 




MARYLAND: Redshirt junior who is expected 
to be one of the anchors of Maryland's defen- 
sive line ... one of the Terps' most experienced 
defensive linemen, he has appeared in all 22 
games ( 14 starts) over the past two seasons ... 
has totaled 103 career tackles ... goes into fall 
camp as the Terps' starting nose tackle ... has 
great range and the ability make plays outside 
of his area ...a former standout wrestler who 
has a great understanding of leverage ... con- 
tinues to work at refining his technique in 
order to become a complete player. (1997) 
Started all I 1 games at defensive tackle and 
was the Terps' fifth-leading tackier (63 stops I 
as a sophomore ... led the team in tackles for 
losses lit)) in addition to recording a pair of 
sacks ... ol his 63 tackles, 49 were solo efforts ... 
had five or more tackles in nine ol 1 1 games, 
including a season high nine slops vs. Clem 
son and eight VS. Wake forest ... both of his 

sacks came in a seven-tackle outing vs. Vir 

ginia. (1996) Appealed in all I I games, mak 
mg slarls \s. Northern Illinois, West Virginia 

and N( State ... recovered a fumble and ran it 
back 34 yards foi a touchdown vs. Nil' ... had 
a season high nine tackles vs. N( ', Male ... tin 

ished the season with m tackles (including 

two s.ids). (1995) Re. I i, .mi. 

UK, II SCHOOL: Graduated from Central 
i athoIi( High School in 199 i ... named all- 
stale ami All-Midwesl ... totaled 52 tackles. 



eight sacks and five caused fumbles as a senior 

... four-year letterman in wrestling who won a 

state heavyweight title ... high school coach 

was Joe Gresock. 

PERSONAL: Born Sept. 3, 1977 ... son of Sable 

Chandler ... majoring in geography. 

Career Statistics 

Year UT AT TT SK 

1996 17 23 40 2 

1997 49 14 63 2 
Totals 66 37 103 4 



DELBERT COWSETTE UP CLOSE 



Best advice I ever received: you practice how you 

play 

If I lost all my possessions but one, I'd want to 

keep: my music 

The word that best describes me is: confident 

One thing you probably did not know about 

me: I am a high school wrestling state champion 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Jamaica 

My goal for 1998 is: to be more consistent on the 

field 



Cliff Crosby 




Cornerback 
Erie, Pa. 
(East) 
5-10* 172 *Sr. 



MARYLAND: Redshirt senior who emerged 
from spring drills as the team's most improved 
defensive back ... his impressive spring camp 
included a number of interceptions that came 
as a result of very athletic plays on his part ... 
showed a good understanding of the Terps' 
defensive schemes and goes into the tall as the 
starter at right corner ... has good coverage 
skills. (1997) Appeared in six games and made 
four starts as a redshirt junior ... totaled 28 
tackles ami two pass breakups ... his lour starts 
came in the final four games ol the season ... 
averaged better than five tackles per game over 
the course ol his lout slarls ... totaled a careei 
high six total slops in back to-back games vs. 
North Carolina Stale and ( ieorgia lech ... also 
had five tackles vs. Virginia. (1996) Saw 

eased playing time as In- moved from 

defensive back to running back ... played in all 
II games on special teams and as a reserve 
running back ... was the Terps' fourth leading 
rusher ( 177 yards on 26 carries) .. averaged a 
team high 6.7 yards per eat ry ... scored his first 
career touchdown in the fourth quartei ol a 
victor) ovei Wake Forest on a 25 yard run ... 
ran foi .i ;i ason-high 91 yards on I I carries vs. 



the Demon Deacons. (1995) Saw action as a 
reserve in the defensive secondary and on spe- 
cial teams. (1994) Redshirt season. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from East High 
School in 1994 ... was a first team all-state 
selection as a kick returner by the Associated 
Press ... a versatile athlete in high school who 
was scouted at three positions: defensive back, 
running back and return specialist ... rushed 
for 3,080 yards during his three-year varsity 
career ... scored 24 touchdowns and averaged 
9.1 yards per carry as a senior ... won the 
Metro rushing and scoring titles as a senior ... 
a two-time All-Metro selection who scored 
more than 1,000 points during his basketball 
career ... earned All-Metro honors in three 
track events: 100, 200 and long jump ... high 
school coach was John Dahlstrand. 
PERSONAL: Born Sept. 17, 1974 ... son of 
Peggy Sparks ... majoring in family studies ... 
earned Scholar- Athlete honors in 1997. 
Career Statistics 



Year 


UT 


AT 


TT 


INT 


1993 


T 





T 


1) 


1996 














1997 


21 


7 


28 





Totals 


23 


7 


30 






CLIFF CROSBY UP CLOSE 



My motto is: always believe in yourself 
If I was Coach Vanderlinden for a day, I would: 
take the entire day off 

The greatest thing about being a student- 
athlete is: the number of different and diverse 
people you meet 

If I could invite any three people in history to 
dinner, they would be: Hale Berry, Michael 
Jordan, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 
The word that best describes me is: hard- 
working 

Best advice I ever received: you can be good if 
you work at it 



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The 1998 Terrapins 



Moises Cruz 



Russ Edwards 



Trey Evans 



86 



Wide Receiver 
Germantown, Md. 
(Seneca Valley) 
5-11* 180* So. 




MARYLAND: Redshirt sophomore who tops 
the depth chart at .i wide receiver position lol 
lowing spring practice ... a playei blessed with 
quick feet and sure hands ... considered the 
best route-runner on the team ... a reliable 
pass-catcher who did not have a drop during 
his freshman campaign. (1997) Appeared in 
III ot 1 I games and made eight starts as a red 

shirt freshman ... led the team in receptions 
(241 and receiving yards 1 537) as a rookie ... 
his one TD catch came in the opener (vs. 
Ohio), when he registered season highs for 
receptions (6) and receiving yards (91 ) ... had 
five catches (for 53 yards) vs. Clemson and 
four catches each vs. North Carolina, North 
Carolina State and Georgia Tech ... did not 
have a drop all season. (1996) Redshirt season. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Seneca Val- 
ley High School in 1996 ... named All-ACC 
Area by Tom lemming. National Recruiting 
Advisor and BlueChip ... was an all-county 
selection as a wide receiver ... played both sides 
of the ball in high school ... also played basket- 
ball, baseball and ran track ... high school 
coach was Ferry Changuris. 
PERSONAL: Born March 2, 1978 ... son of 
Maryland Ibarra and Angel Cruz ... majoring 
in criminology and criminal justice ... earned 
Scholar-Athlete honors in 1997. 
Career Statistics 

Year Rec Yds Avg TD 

1997 29 337 11.6 1 



MOISES CRUZ UP CLOSE 



My motto is: whatever you do, do it well 

Best advice I ever received: do what you feel in 

your heart 

My craziest ambition is to: appear on a box of 

Wheaties 

I look forward to playing for Coach 

Vanderlinden because: he believes we can win 

If I could change one thing about myself I 

would: make myself taller 



3< 



Punter 

Alexandria, Va. 
(Edison) 
5-11* 215 *Sr. 




MARYLAND: Hirec-vcu letterman senior 
who has handled the punting chores for a 
majority of the last three seasons ... will vie 
with sophomore Sean Starner for the starting 
duties in 1998 ... ranks sixth on school career 
list lor most punts (153) and sixth for most 
yards (5,636). (1997) Appeared in all I I games 
and handled most of the punting duties, fin- 
ishing with a 38.0-yard average on 38 punts ... 
had a long of 3b yards. (1996) Started all 1 1 
games ... 39 of his 73 punts were either 
downed, fair caught or resulted in touchbacks 
... had a career-long 76-yarder vs. Virginia, a 
game in which he averaged 43 yards on nine 
punts ... also ran 14 yards for a first down on a 
lake punt vs. the Cavaliers. (1995) Started the 
fust tour games of the season, with his best 
outing of the season coming vs. West Virginia 
(42.3 average). (1994) Redshirt season. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Thomas 
Edison High School in 1994 ... was a three- 
sport athlete, participating in football, soccer 
and basketball ... handled punting and kicking 
duties for three years ... was a second team all- 
region choice as a punter his senior season ... 
was a first team all-region choice in soccer ... 
high school coach was Dennis Randolph. 
PERSONAL: Born March 6, 1976 ... son of 



Gail and Steve Edwards 
puter science. 
Career Statistics 



maiormg in corn- 



Year 

1995 
1996 
1997 
Totals 



No 

22 
73 
58 
153 



Yds 

769 
2663 
2204 
5636 



Avg 

35.0 
36.5 
38.0 
36.8 



LG 

58 
76 
56 
76 



RUSS EDWARDS UP CLOSE 



I look forward to playing for Coach 

Vanderlinden because: it will make me a better 

and stronger person 

The word that best describes me is: original 

My heroes are: my parents 

My craziest ambition: skydiving 



Quarterback 
Austin, Texas 
(Round Rock) 
6-1* 187* Jr. 




MARYLAND: Redshirt junior who has posi 
tioned himself lor a run at the starting QB job 
... came out of spring camp listed No. 2 on the 
depth chart behind fellow junioi Ken Mastrole 
... has a good teel for the offense and has 
improved his accuracy and arm strength ... a 
player who has made consistent progress while 

in (he program. ( 1997) Saw limited action as a 
sophomore ... completed his only pass attempt 
(for 19 yards in the season finale vs. Georgia 
Tech) ... appeared in all 1 1 games as the holder 
on placement kicks. (1996) Saw action as the 
holder on placement kuks ... lone pass attempt 
was called back. (1995) Redshirt season. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Round 
Rock High School in 1995 ... earned first team 
all-district and All-Metro honors as a senior, 
when he passed for 1,599 yards and 15 touch- 
downs ... helped lead Round Rock to the dis- 
trict championship in 1994, completing 16 of 
22 passes for 208 yards and tour touchdowns 
in the title game ... high school coach was Inez 
Perez. 

PERSONAL: Born March 9, 1977 ... son of 
Clara Franklin ... majoring in business man- 
agement. 



TREY EVANS UP CLOSE 



My motto is: don't quit, don't ever quit 
The greatest thing about being a student- 
athlete is: the way kids view you as a role model 
My craziest ambition is: to explore deep space 
The word that describes me best is: persistent 
One thing you probably did not know about 
me is: I was born and raised in Waco, Texas 



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The 1998 Terrapins 



John Feugill 



Shawn Forte 



Melvin Fowler, Jr. 




Offensive Tackle 
Methuen,Mass. 
(Methuen 
6-7 * 299 * Sr. 



MARYLAND: Redshirt senior who is the vet- 
eran member on Maryland's offensive front ... 
the most experienced of the Terps' linemen, he 
has started all 22 games at right tackle the past 
two seasons ... is coming off a solid spring in 
which he assumed more of a leadership role ... 
a competitive player who has the potential for 
a solid senior season. (1997) Started all II 
games at right tackle as a junior and was 
named the Terps' lineman of the year. (1996) 
Was .\n 11 -game starter at right tackle as a 
sophomore. (1995) Maryland's opening-game 
starter at right tackle vs. Tulane ... also played 
tight end during the course of the season ... 
was used on the Terps' short-yardage and goal 
line offense as a tight end ... helped spark a vic- 
tory over NC State with his blocking. (1994) 
Redshirt season. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Methuen 
(Mass.) High School in 1994 ... earned All-East 
honors from Max Emfinger and Tom Lem- 
ming ... rated among the top 20 offensive line- 
men by SuperPrep ... considered the top offen- 
sive lineman in New England ... played both 
offensive tackle and tight end ... high school 
coach was Larry Kilmas. 
PERSONAL: Born Dec. 20, 1975 ... son of 
[oanne Finnegan ... majoring in criminology 
and criminal justice ... earned Scholar-Athlete 
honors in 1997. 



JOHN FEUGILL UP CLOSE 



My goal for 1998 is: to come off the ball lower and 

improve my technique 

Best advice I ever received: don't forget where 

you came from 

If I lost all my possessions but one, I'd want to 

keep: my subscription to Sports Illustrated 

My craziest ambition is: to play in the Super Bowl 

One thing you probably don't know about me 

is: I have a twin sister named Jackie 



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Strong Safety 
Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 

(Poughkeepsie) 
6-0 * 200 * So. 




MARYLAND: Redshirt sophomore who has 
rebounded from a broken leg to move into the 
No. 1 spot at strong safety ... coaches feel he is 
back where he left off in the spring of '97, 
before a broken leg suffered in spring drills 
kept him out of the entire '97 campaign ... has 
showed progress in his first year in the posi- 
tion after originally coming to Maryland as a 
running back ... was moved to defensive back 
in the spring of 1997. (1997) Missed his red- 
shirt freshman season because of a broken leg 
suffered in spring drills ... was moved from 
running back to defensive back in the spring. 
(1996) Redshirt season. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Pough- 
keepsie High School in 1996 ... an all-state 
quarterback who accumulated 1,500 yards of 
total offense and 22 touchdowns as a senior ... 
was jn All-American selection by BlueChip 
Illustrated and an All-East choice by Super- 
Prep, National Recruiting Alienor and Tom 
Lemming. ... also lettered in basketball and 
track ... high school coaches were Keith 
Thompson and Tony Drakeford. 
PERSONAL: Born Ian. 20, 1977 ... son of ( ,ail 
and Willie Williams ... majoring in American 
studies. 



SHAWN FORTE UP CLOSE 



My goal for 1998 is to: play to the best of my 

ability 

My motto is: play hard, positive things will happen 

If I was Coach Vanderlinden for a day, I would: 

cancel practice 




Defensive Tackle 
Wheatly Heights, N.Y. 
(Half Hollow Hills) 
6-3 * 267 * Fr. 




MARYLAND: Redshirt freshman who enters 
1998 backing up junior Delbert Cowsette at 
nose tackle ... made considerable strides dur- 
ing spring drills and is expected to be a factor 
on the defensive front this season ... a quick, 
explosive player who attacks the line of scrim- 
mage. (1997) Redshirt season. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Half Hol- 
low Hills High School in 1997 ... earned All- 
Long Island and all-county honors from the 
Long Island Sporting News ... named Long 
Island's top lineman in a vote of area coaches 
... was a finalist for the 1996 Bob Zellner 
Award ... a three-sport standout who also 
excelled in basketball and lacrosse ... was an 
active volunteer in SADD and the Special 
Olympics ... a member of the honor roll. 
PERSONAL: Born March 31, 1979 ... son of 
Lucinda and Melvin Fowler, Sr. ... maioring in 
business management. 



MELVIN FOWLER, JR. UP CLOSE 



My motto is: success is a journey, not a destination 
The greatest thing about being a student- 
athlete is: seeing hard work pay off on and off the 
field 

If I could invite any people in history to 
dinner, they would be: my grandparents 
I look forward to playing for Coach 
Vanderlinden because: of his experience, 
knowledge of the game, and ability to win 
The word that best describes me is: relentless 
One thing you probably don't know about me 
is: I weighed four pounds when 1 was born 



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Quinzy Fraser 




Cornerback 
Rockville, Md. 

(Magruder) 
5-11*182*Sr. 



MARYLAND: Senior cornerback who had his 
spring camp short-circuited when he broke a 
hone in his left foot ... underwent surgery in 
May to insert a screw into the toot ... has been 
hampered by injuries during his career, break- 
ing his toot twice and tearing ligaments in his 
thumb ... expected to be ready in August where 
he will report as the team's No. 2 left corner ... 
a tough player who also is expected to be a 
contributor on special teams. (1997) Saw lim- 
ited time at cornerback and on special teams. 
(1996) Hid not see any action. (1995) Redshirt 
season at North Carolina A&T. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Magruder 
High School in 1995 ... participated in the 
Junior Olympics as a swimmer ... was an all- 
county lacrosse player ... high school coach 
was Roy Lester. 

PERSONAL: Born March 3, 1976 .. son of 
Sandra and Wilfred Fraser ... majoring in 
speech communication ... earned Scholar- Ath- 
lete honors in 1997. 



QUINZY FRASER UP CLOSE 



My most memorable athletic moment: 

Swimming in the Junior Olympics in the 10th grade 

My career plans upon graduation: Wotk as a 

spottscaster 

My favorite class at Maryland: History of 

American Religion 



Mike George 



/ 



Offensive Guard 
East Hanover, N.J 
(Hanover Park) 
6-4 * 287 * Fr. 




MARYLAND: Redshirt freshman who is bat- 
tling for playing time at left guard ... has the 
physical tools to help the Terps this season. 



according to his coaches, who leh he made 
sulisianti.il progress during spring practice- 
continues to improve his technique as he gains 
more experience ... pla\s with a tremendous 

amount ol desire a\m\ intensity. (1997) Red- 
shirt season. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Hanover 
Park High School in 1997 ... captured third 
learn all-State honors in addition to being 
named first team all area and first team all 
conference as a senior ... a three-year lelterman 
who was his learn captain in 1996 ... named 

all-conference and all area as a junior ... 

earned tour letters in wrestling and track and 
Held ... ranked No. 1 in the stale in the discus 
as a senior ... high school coach was |ohn I ib- 

erato. 

PERSONAL: Bom May 24, 1979 ...son of June 

and lohn George ... manning in letters and sci- 
ences. 



MIKE GEORGE UP CLOSE 



The greatest thing about being a student- 
athlete is: the chance to continue football and get 
a degree 

I look forward to playing for Coach 
Vanderlinden because: he is a great motivator 
and coach 
My hero is: my dad 



Monte Graves 




Linebacker 
Annapolis, Md. 
(St. Mary's 
6-0 * 230 * Fr. 



MARY'LAND: Redshirt freshman who earned 
a chance to compete for playing time at inside 
linebacker with a solid spring performance ... 
a tough, physical player w 7 ith good instincts ... 
drew notice for his ability to make plays in 
spring camp ... a player with a natural feel for 
the game ... expected to back up Eric Barton at 
an inside linebacker spot. (1997) Redshirt sea- 
son. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from St. Mary's 
High School in 1997 ... was a four-year varsity 
letterman, playing both linebacker and defen- 
sive end ... was named the Anne Arundel 
County Player of the Year and the state Defen- 
sive Player of the Year as a senior ... was his 
team MVP in 1996, when he totaled 1 16 tack- 
les and 11 sacks ... selected to play in the Metro 
All-Star game and the Maryland vs. Virginia 
All-Star game. 



PERSONAI: lion, Sept. '(,, 1979 ... 
Deniece I ishi i majoring in lettei i and si > 
enci i ... first name is pronounced "MAI IN 
tay." 



MONTE GRAVES UP CLOSE 



My motto is: get it done 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: the 

Super Bowl 

I look forward to playing for Coach 

Vanderlinden because: he has a history of turning 

programs around 

The word that best describes me is: determined 



Gil Harris 




Quarterback 
Virginia Beach, Va 
(Tallwood) 
6-1*213*Fr. 



MARYLAND: Redshirt freshman quarterback 
who has outstanding athletic ability ... enters 
fall camp No. 3 on the depth chart, behind 
juniors Ken Mastrole and Trey Evans ... con- 
tinues to make progress in assimilating the 
offense ... has tremendous arm strength and a 
quick release. (1997) Redshirt season. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Tallwood 
High School in 1997 ... ended his career as the 
school's single-season and career passing- 
yardage leader ... threw for 2,785 yards and 22 
touchdowns during his career, including more 
than 700 yards as a senior ... led his high 
school team to three consecutive playoff 
appearances ... also lettered in basketball, base- 
ball and track. 

PERSONAL: Born Sept. 10, 1978 ... son of 
Blanche and Gilbert Harris ... majoring in let- 
ters and sciences. 



GIL HARRIS UP CLOSE 



The greatest thing about being a student- 
athlete is: the free education 
I look forward to playing for Coach 
Vanderlinden because: we share the same goals 
Best advice I ever received: live life to the fullest 



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Jason Hatala 



Chris Hayes 



John Helmer 




Wide Receiver 
Centreville, Va. 

(Centreville) 
6-0* 174* So. 



MARYLAND: True sophomore who heads 
into his second season competing for time .it 
wide receiver ... enters fall camp listed No. 1 at 
split end ... an agile receiver with very good 
speed who also is noted for being a relentless 
blocker. (1997) Appeared in all 11 games as a 
true freshman, catching 1 1 passes for 224 
yards ... his average of 20.4 yards per catch was 
the best for Terps with at least 10 receptions ... 
had a season-high five receptions (for 64 
yards) vs. Wake Forest ... his 129 yards receiv- 
ing (on three receptions) vs. Duke was a Mary- 
land freshman record and the most by a Terp 
receiver in 1997 ... had TD grabs vs. Duke and 
Wake Forest ... his TD reception vs. Duke was 
a 76-yarder from QB Brian Cummings on the 
Terps' opening play from scrimmage. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Centreville 
High School in 1997 ... amassed more than 
3,500 rushing yards (9.25 yards per carry) and 
43 touchdowns for his career ... ran for 1,400 
yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior despite 
nursing an early hamstring injury ... totaled 61 
receptions tor a 19-yard average ... averaged a 
staggering 44 yards on kickoff returns and 26 
yards on punt returns ... totaled more than 
5,700 all-purpose yards during his career ... 
named the county co-Player of the Year as a 
junior ... selected all-region and all-district as 
a junior and all-district as a senior .... was 
rated the No. 3 running back prospect in the 
stale by Tom Lemming and a top five running 
back prospect in the region by PrepStar. 
PERSONAL: Born Sept. 14, 1978 ... son of 
Shcrrv and foseph I latala ... majoring in letters 
ami si iences. 
Career Statistics 

Year Rec Yds Avg TD 

199 II 224 2U.I 2 



JASON HATALA UP CLOSE 



My goal for 1998 is: to go to a bowl game 
The greatest thing about being a student- 
athlete is: the free schooling 
If I could change one thing about myself I 

would: be taller 

Best advice I ever received: you move toward and 

become what you spend your time thinking about 




Defensive End 
Baltimore, Md. 
(Calvert Hall) 
6-2*231 *Sr. 



MARYLAND: Senior walk-on who will have 
the opportunity to compete for playing time at 
both the rush end and drop outside linebacker 
spots ... is the only senior among the Terps' 
group of outside linebackers ... made strides 
during spring camp with his ability to learn 
both the rush and drop linebacker positions. 
( 1997) Saw action in the final game of the sea- 
son (Georgia Tech). (1996) Walked on to the 
team in the fall or 1996 but did not see any 
action. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Calvert 
Hall in 1994 ... lettered two years in football 
and track and field ... was a team MVP and all- 
county selection in football ... recorded 20 
sacks in his career. 

PERSONAL: Born June 25, 1976 ... son of 
Deborah and Bill Hayes ... majoring in family 
studies ... attended Catonsville Community 
College for two years. 



CHRIS HAYES UP CLOSE 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: Egypt 

If I was Coach Vanderlinden for a day, I'd: say, 

"Practice canceled!" 

Best advice I ever received: work hard and 

hustle, and things will work out for the best 

If I could invite any three people in history to 

dinner, they would be: Malcolm X, my 

grandfather, Jim Thorpe 

The word that describes me best is: creative 




Long Snapper 
Silver Spring, Md 
(Springbrook) 
6-1* 190* Jr. 




MARYLAND: Contending with Scott 
Rudolph for the Terps' long-snapping duties ... 
goes into fall camp No. 2 on the depth chart. 
(1997) Backed up Scott Rudolph as the long 
snapper. (1996) Did not see any action. (1995) 
Redshirt season. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Spring- 
brook High School in 1995 ... helped lead his 
team to the semifinals of the state playoffs his 
senior season ... played on the offensive line in 
addition to handling the long snapping 
chores. 

PERSONAL: Born April 8, 1977 ... son of 
Mary and Dale Helmer ... majoring in crimi- 
nology ... earned 1997 Scholar- Athlete honors. 



JOHN HELMER UP CLOSE 



The greatest thing about being a student- 
athlete is: the tight family within the ranks of our 
team 

The word that best describes me is: hard 
working 
My hero is: my father 



Timm Howard 



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Offensive Guard 
Leonardo, N.J. 
(Middletown South) 
6-4* 290* So. 




MARYLAND: Redshirt sophomore who was 
shifted from tackle to guard late in spring 
drills ... enters tail camp No. i on the depth 
charl at right guard, behind famie Wu and 
( hns Snader ... coaches will continue to exam 

ine bis progress at bis new position in the Kill 

before determining il the move is permanent. 
(1997) Saw limited time as a redshirl lush 

man. ( 1996) Redshirt season. 

iii>. 1 1 s< iiooi : ( Iraduated from Middle 



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town South High School in 1996 ... as an 
offensive lineman, was rated No. I in New [er 
sey, No. 2 in the Northeast and No. 23 in the 
country ... earned All-America honors from 
SuperPrep and Bluei hip ... selected first team 
all-state and all county in addition to winning 
the \ ince I ombardi Award as the best lineman 
in his conference ... also competed in tra< k and 
Reld (shot put l ... high school coach was Keith 
Comeforo. 

PERSONAL: Horn Aug. 8, 1 L >7« ... son ol Patri- 
cia and Russell I toward ... majoring in kinesi- 
ological sciences ... earned 1997 Scholar Ath 

lete honors 



TIMM HOWARD UP CLOSE 



My motto is: life is a sport, drink it up 
The greatest thing about being a student- 
athlete is: getting a degree and playing Division I 
football 

Best advice I ever received: tie your shoes 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: outer 
space 

If I was Coach Vanderlinden for a day, I would: 
play golf 

My craziest ambition is: to score a touchdown 
One thing you probably did not know about 
me is: I love to cook! 



Jomo Huggins 




Defensive End 
Uniondale, N.Y. 

(Holy Trinity) 



6-1*238 



MARYLAND: Redshirt junior who will go 
into fall camp battling for playing time at the 
rush linebacker position ... also will contend 
for time on special teams ... enjoyed a solid 
spring camp. (1997) Squad member ... did not 
see any action. (1996) Saw playing time on the 
defensive line in Maryland's victory over Wake 
Forest. (1995) Redshirt season. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Holy Trin- 
ity High School in 1995 ... was an All-America 
selection in addition to being rated the eighth- 
best linebacker in the Eastern region by 
Bluet 'hip Illustrated ... also earned All-East 
honors from Tom Lemming ... was rated the 
third-best player in New York by SuperPrep ... 
selected first team all-state and All-Long 
Island as a iunior and senior ... was a two-time 
All-Catholic League selection by Newsday and 
a first team all-city choice by the Daily News ... 
registered 110 tackles, including 18 for losses. 



as a senior ... high school coach was ton) Mas 

cia. 

PERSONAL: Born Feb. ), 1977 ... son ol 

Veronica .\m.\ Desmond Muggins ... earned 

Eagle Seoul honors ... majoring in kinesiolog 

leal sciences. 



JOMO HUGGINS UP CLOSE 



My motto is: by any means necessary 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Nigeria 
I look forward to playing for Coach 
Vanderlinden because: he's enthusiastic and 
pushes you to your potential 
One thing you probably did not know about 
me is: I'm an Eagle Scout 



Mike Hull 



Tight End 
Hagerstown, Md. 
(South Hagerstown) 
6-5 * 240 * So. 




MARYLAND: Sophomore tight end who is 
expected to be a major contributor again in 
1998 ... has good hands and is a solid receiver 
... working on improving his run blocking ... 
goes into fall camp backing up junior John 
Waerig. (1997) Appeared in all 11 games as a 
true freshman, catching 1 3 passes for 1 1 1 
yards and one touchdown ... recorded career 
highs for receptions (4), receiving yards (40) 
and TD catches ( 1 ) vs. West Virginia ... had at 
least one reception in eight of 1 1 games ... was 
one of two Terps named to the ACC All-Acad- 
emic football team. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from South 
Hagerstown High School in 1997 ... earned 
second team All-America honors from 
BlueChip and was an All-Mid-Atlantic selec- 
tion by SuperPrep ... also was selected to Tom 
Lemming's All-ACC area team .... named the 
Washington County Defensive Player of the 
Year ... was an all-area and all-county choice at 
both offensive guard and defensive lineman ... 
played baseball and basketball ... was a mem- 
ber of the National Honor Society ... high 
school coach was Greg Kellick. 
PERSONAL: Born April 23, 1978 ... son of 
Nancy and Donald Hull ... maioring in busi- 
ness management ... earned 1997 Scholar-Ath- 
lete honors. 
Career Statistics 

Year Rec Yds Avg TD 

1997 13 111 8.5 I 



MIKE HULL UP CLOSE 



The greatest thing about being a student- 
athlete is: getting your education paid for 
Best advice I ever received: hard work and 
perseverance pay off 

My craziest ambition: to be a country music 
singer 

I look forward to playing for Coach 
Vanderlinden because: I believe he will make us 
win 



Paul Jackson 



Free Safety 
Clinton, Md. 
(Bishop McNamara) 
5-11 * 192 * Sr. 




MARYLAND: The Terps' most experienced 

defensive back enters his redshirt sen at 

as the team's starting free safety ... a versatile 
player who can play all four positions in the 
defensive backfield ... has a great understand- 
ing of his assignments and is a sound player 
with good football instincts. (1997) Appeared 
in all 1 1 games and totaled 27 tackles as a 
junior ... ranked second on the team in inter- 
ceptions (3) ... had picks vs. Duke, Wake For- 
est and Clemson ... had a career-high nine 
tackles vs. Wake Forest (six solos). (1996) Saw 
action in all 1 1 games while playing in a tal- 
ented defensive backfield that included first 
round NFL draft choice Chad Scott ... had four 
total tackles (three solos) in a win over West 
Virginia ... also had pass breakups vs. LAB and 
Wake Forest. (1995) Appeared in eight games, 
playing in the secondary and on special teams 
... had a season-high two total tackles vs. West 
Virginia and Louisville. (1994) Redshirt sea- 
son. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Bishop 
McNamara High School in 1994 ... recognized 
as a Top 100 player and .All-Atlantic Coast by 
Tom Lemming and an All-Met choice by the 
Washington Post ... named all-county and run- 
ner-up for Defensive Player of the Year in 
Prince George's Journal ... high school coach 
was Tom Clark. 

PERSONAL: Born April 14, 1976 ... son of Pen 
and Larry Jackson ... maioring in family stud- 
ies. 

Career Statistics 
Year UT AT TT INT 

1995 4 2 6 

1996 9 5 14 

1997 19 8 27 3 
Totals 32 15 47 3 



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PAUL JACKSON UP CLOSE 



I look forward to playing for Coach 

Vanderlinden because: I can be part of the 

foundation that led Maryland back to national 

prominence 

My goal for 1 998 is: to lead the ACC in 

interceptions 

My hero is: Martin Luther King, Jr. 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Thailand 



Bruce James 



Tony Jackson 



Free Safety 
Ellicott City, Md 
(Wilde Lake) 
6-1* 202* So. 




MARYLAND: Sophomore defensive back who 
is backing up Paul lackson at the free safety 
spot ... enjoyed a stellar spring camp, leading 
the team with eight interceptions ... a tough 
player who has become more physical in his 
play ... a playmaker with a tremendous upside. 
(1997) Appeared in 10 games and totaled 10 
tackles as a true freshman ... had a pair oi 
interceptions, recording pickoffs vs. Florida 
State and Wake Forest ... also returned 1 2 
punts for 43 yards (3.6 average). 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Wilde lake 
High School in 1997 ... named the Baltimore 
Sim';; Male Athlete of the Year following his 
senior season ... named first team All-Metro by 
the Baltimore Sun and second team All-Met by 
the Washington Post ... selected as the co-Play- 
er of the Year in the state by the Maryland 
High School Sports Ledger .... ranked as the 
state's No. 1 defensive back by Tom Lemming 
... was named the Defensive Player of the Year 
in the county by the Howard County Sun ... 
was a second team All-Metro pick as a junior 
and a second team all-county choice as a 
sophomore ... was a four-year starter in high 
school ... led his team to the county title two of 
Ins last three seasons, including a 10-1 mark 
and the regional championship as a senior. 
PERSONAL: Born May 19, p)7s> ... son ofVer- 
netta and Richard [ackson ... majoring in let 
ters and sciences, 



TONY JACKSON UP CLOSE 



My goal for 1 998 is: to earn a starting position 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: a bowl 

game 

My motto is: leave it on the field — practice or game 

If I was Coach Vanderlinden for a day, I would: 

continue putting education as priority No. 1 




Wide Receiver 
Gretna, La. 
(Archbishop Shaw) 
5-8*173*Sr. 



MARYLAND: The veteran of Maryland's 
young wide receiver corps enters his final sea- 
son with 47 career receptions ... rated the best 
route-runner among Maryland's wide 
receivers ... has good hands and quickness ... 
could have better career stats but has been 
plagued by injuries during his career ... is 
being counted on to contribute if he can 
remain free of injury. (1997) Appeared in 
seven of 11 games and finished the season 
with 10 receptions for 120 yards ... had five 
receptions (for 52 yards) vs. Duke and four 
catches (for 49 yards) vs. North Carolina ... 
missed four games late in the season with a 
broken wrist. (1996) Finished second on the 
team in receptions (21) as a sophomore ... 
caught at least one pass in all 1 1 games ... made 
starts vs. Wake Forest and Duke ... accumulat- 
ed season high 32 yards receiving vs. Alabama- 
Birmingham, including a 29-yard grab ... had 
four games with at least three receptions. 
(1995) Finished second on the team in yards 
per reception (13.8) and sixth in catches (16) 
... posted season-high four catches vs. West 
Virginia and Duke ... appeared in 10 games ... 
first career touchdown came on a 48-yard TD 
catch vs. Duke, when he registered a season 
high 67 receiving yards in his first career start. 
(1994) Redshirt season. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Archbishop 
Shaw High School in 1994 ... earned honor- 
able mention all-state, first team all-district 
and All-Metro honors his final two seasons ... 
finished his career as the school's all-time 
leader in rushing yards and rushing touch- 
downs ... played in 36 consecutive games dm 
ing his career ... was an All-Metro selection in 
track ... high school coach was 1 lank Lie i mi 
PERSONAL: Born Feb. 23, 1975 ... son of 
liulilh and Bruce lames ... majoring in crimi 
nology and criminal justice ... earned 1997 
Scholar Athlete honors. 
Career Statistics 



Year 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


1 


p^r, 


16 


221 


1 3.8 


1 


L996 


21 


170 


8.1 





[99 


10 


120 


12.0 





lot, lis 


i: 


511 


10.9 


1 



BRUCE JAMES UP CLOSE 



My motto is: never set limits on what you can do 
The greatest thing about being a student- 
athlete is: getting to experience both aspects of 
college life 

One thing you probably don't know about me 
is: I'm great at shooting pool 



Eric James 



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Tight End 
Washington, D.C 
(Anacostia) 
6-2 * 242 * Fr. 




MARYLAND: Redshirt freshman who has 
been shitted from fullback to tight end ... made 
a smooth transition to his new position during 
spring drills, displaying excellent hands and 
good route-running ability ... has also 
improved his blocking ... a solid receiver who 
will see a lot of playing time in 1998. (1997) 
Redshirt season. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Anacostia 
High School in 1997 ... was named to George 
Michael's Golden 1 1 all-star team as a senior 
after catching 71 passes for 1,324 yards and 19 
touchdowns ... was a first team All-Met selec- 
tion ... was rated the top prospect in the area 
by Tom Lemming ... led Anacostia to the cit) 
championship and a 10-3 record in 1996 ... 
high school coach was Willie Stewart. 
PERSONAL: Born April 25, 1976 ... son of 
Brenda and Russell lames ... majoring in crim- 
inology and criminal justice. 



ERIC JAMES UP CLOSE 



My goals for 1998 are: to obtain a 3.0 GPA and 
win a bowl game 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Egypt 
If I was Coach Vanderlinden for a day, I would: 

cancel everything and make the coaches run 



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Kris Jenkins 



Curtis Jones 



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Defensive Tackle 
Ypsilanti, Mich. 
(Belleville) 
6-5 * 282 * So. 




MARYLAND: Sophomore who brings excel 
lent size and strength to the laps' defensive 
front ... enters Kill camp listed No. I on the 

depth chart at an inside position ... a player 
who the coaches believe has unlimited poten 
ti.il and the .ibihtv to become a force in the 
\t i ... extremely agile and very strong in the 
uppei and lower body ... named the outstand- 
ing freshman during spring drills. (1997) 
Appeared in all 1 I games as a true freshman, 
finishing with 17 total t.kkles ... had three 
taskles each \s. North Carolina, West Virginia 
and Georgia Tech. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Belleville 
High School in 1997 ... was rated among the 
top 20 recruits in the state ot Michigan as a 
senioi by the Detroit Free-Press ... led his team 
to a It) I resold and the 1995 Division 111 title 
... earned all-area and all-conference honors ... 
also lettered in basketball and track ... quali- 
fied tor the state meet in the discus ... high 
school coach was Bob LaPointe. 
PERSONAL: Born Aug. 3, 1979 ... son of 
Annie McDaniel and Darome Jenkins ... 
majoring in letters and sciences. 
Career Statistics 

Year UT AT TT SK 

1997 8 9 17 (I 



KRIS JENKINS UP CLOSE 



My goal for 1998 is: to make AII-ACC 
Someday I would like to take a trip to: Japan 
One thing you probably don't know about me 

is: when I was younger the doctor told me I would 
barely be able to walk at this time 




Wide Receiver 
Lancaster, Pa. 
(Conestoga Valley) 
6-4* 199* So. 



MARYLAND: Big, strong wide receiver who is 
making progress in the program and enters 
tall camp No. 2 at split end ... showed 
improvement over the course ol spring drills. 
(1997) Did not see am action. (1996) Redshirt 
season. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Conestoga 
valley High School in 1996 ... selected his 
team's most valuable player and a Bluei hip 
Illustrated all-region choice as a senior ... 
helped his team to a second-place district fin- 
ish ... lettered on basketball team that finished 
second in the district ... high school coach was 
Gerid Novak. 

PERSONAL: Born Ian. 22, 1977 ... son of 
Melba L. Jones and Gilbert L. (ones ... major- 
ins in economics. 



CURTIS JONES UP CLOSE 



My craziest ambition: to solve the problems in 
Africa and America 

The word that best describes me is: competitor 
My goal for 1 998 is: to have a consistent, 
outstanding season 



Derrick Jones 



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Defensive Tackle 
Port Jefferson, N.Y. 
(Comsewoque) 



6-1 * 257 * Fr. 




MARYLAND: Redshirt freshman with good 
athleticism who continues to improve on a 
dail) basis ... brings above-average quickness 
and agility to the defensive line ... goes into fall 
camp No. 2 at a defensive tackle spot ... will 
only get better as he continues to mature and 
learn the skills at his position. (1997) Redshirt 
season. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Comse- 



woque High Scho named the 

Gatorade Player ot the Year in New York as a 
senior Iso was rated Ins stales No. I over- 
all prospeel and the nation's No. 8 del 
line prospect by PrepStar, which named him to 
its I (ream team ... totaled I in tackles and nine 

s.uks as a senior ... Tom Lemming rated 1 

the No. 3 defensive line prospect in the region 
... ended his career with a school record 2K 
sacks ... was the only loin yeai starter in 
school history ... earned All-Suffolk < ount) 
honors three consecutive seasons ... led < i mi 

sewoque to a In I record and a state Division 

111 title in I9>)(, ,. rained first team All long 
Island honors as a junior ami senior ... high 
school coach was Tom Cassese. 
PERSONAL: Born Ian. 5, 1979 ... son of 
Suzanne and William lones ... majoring in 
kinesiological sciences. 



DERRICK JONES UP CLOSE 



The greatest thing about being a student- 
athlete is: not everyone can do it 
If I lost all my possessions but one, I'd want to 
keep: a picture of my whole family 
One thing you probably don't know about me 
is: I'm not as quiet as I seem 



LaMont Jordan 




Tailback 
Forestville, Md. 
(Suitland) 
5-11*214*So 



MARYLAND: An explosive running back who 
is rated among the top backs in the Atlantic 
i oasl Conference ... a powerful inside runner 
who also has the speed to get to the outside ... 
versatile athlete who can run over, around and 
through defenders ... also an excellent receiver 
out of the backfield. (1997) Burst on to the 
scene as a true freshman by finishing runner- 
up for ACC Rookie of the Year honors ... led all 
ACC freshmen in rushing yards (689), 
attempts ( 159) and all-purpose yards (920 ... 
his fsN9 yards ranked eighth nationally among 
all true freshmen ... ran for a freshman school 
record 135 yards vs. Temple and totaled a 
school freshman-record 25 carries vs. Georgia 
Tech ... became the first freshman in Maryland 
to post two 100-yard games in a season 
\s. lemple and North Carolina State; ... 
accounted for 71 percent of Maryland's rush- 
ing yards ... was named ACC Rookie ot the 
Week Sept. 29 for his 135-vard effort in a win 
over Temple ... his 44-yard TD run vs. Florida 



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State was the fourth longest gain from scrim- 
mage by a Maryland freshman ... averaged 4.3 
yards per carry ... finished third on the team in 
receptions (22). 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Suitland 
High School in 1997 ... highly decorated play- 
er who was named first team AJl-Met by the 
Washington Post and Baltimore Sim as a senior 
... also earned first team all-state, first team all- 
county and was selected George Michael's 
Golden 1 1 Player of the Year in Prince 
George's County ... was the recipient of the 
Player of the Year Award by the Washington 
Pigskin Club ... was a second team all-county 
choice as a junior and was named the Wash- 
ington District Officials' most outstanding 
player ... rushed for 1,962 yards and 23 touch- 
downs on 196 attempts as a senior ... also 
returned two punts for touchdowns ... gained 
1,084 yards on 106 attempts as a junior ... 
became the first player in school history to 
rush for more than 1,000 yards in 1995 ... 
PrepStar wrote in its January, 1997 issue: "Jor- 
dan has prototype NFL size and speed for a 
running back" ... earned two letters in football 
and track, one in baseball and one in swim- 
ming ... named his team MVP as a senior ... led 
Suitland to an 8-2 mark in 1996, its best record 
in 20 years ... clocked at 10.6 in the 100 meters 
and 21.6 in the 200 meters ... was the county 
champion in the 100 meter dash as a senior ... 
helped lead Suitland to its first county track 
championship since 1991 as a senior ... high 
school coach was Mike Lynch. 
PERSONAL: Born Nov. 11, 1978 ... mother's 



Matt Kalapinski 



Brian Kopka 



name is Marie ... 


majoring in letters 


and s 


ences. 






Career Statistics 






Year TC 


Yds Avg 


TD 


1997 159 


689 4.3 


3 



LAM0NT JORDAN UP CLOSE 



My goal for 1998 is: to have fun 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: New York 

The word that best describes me is: humble 




Fullback 

Marshfield, Mass 
(Marshfield) 

6-1* 225* So. 



MARYLAND: Sophomore running back who 
tops the depth chart at the fullback position 
after playing at H-back as a freshman ... tough, 
hard-nosed football player who is an excellent 
inside runner ... a tenacious blocker who also 
catches the ball well. (1997) Appeared in all 1 1 
games as a true freshman ... made four starts as 
the H-back ... rushed three times for five yards 
and had two receptions for 24 yards ... also had 
three tackles. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Marshfield 
High School in 1997 ... was named the Divi- 
sion III Player of the Year in 1996 by the 
Boston Globe ... also was an All-Scholastic 
selection by the Globe, Boston Herald and 
Patriot- Ledger ... named first team all-state and 
first team all-league ... was selected conference 
Player of the Year by WATV radio ... set school 
records for rushing yards in a season (1,771), 
rushing attempts in a game (22), single-game 
rushing yards (223), career rushing average 
(12.0), touchdowns in a season (27), touch- 
downs in a career (47), longest kickoff return 
for a touchdown (90), longest punt return for 
a touchdown (85) and most points scored in 
one season (174) ... as a junior, he recorded 66 
tackles from the linebacker position ... led 
Marshfield to two consecutive Super Bowl 
championships ... earned three varsity letters 
in football and three in baseball ... named all- 
league in baseball as a junior ... high school 
coach was Lou Silva. 

PERSONAL: Bom Sept. 8, 1979 ... son of Carol 
and Paul Kalapinski ... majoring in letters and 




Placekicker 
Hollywood, Fla. 
(Hollywood Hills) 
5-7* 166* So. 



MARYLAND: Sophomore kicker who shared 
the team lead in scoring as a freshman ... came 
out of spring drills contending with senior 
Brad Rhodes for the placekicking chores ... hit 
both of his field goal attempts in an overtime 
"kick-off" to lead his team to victory in the 
annual spring game. (1997) Became only the 
third true freshman to kick for the Terps ... saw 
his first action in the season's fourth game, vs. 
Temple, when he took over the kickoff and 
PAT duties ... was the hero in the Terps' win 
over Duke, earning ACC Rookie of the Week 
honors after connecting on all three of his field 
goal attempts (47, 31, 36 yards) in a 16-10 vic- 
tory ... hit both of his attempts — from 39 and 
44 yards — in the season finale vs. Georgia 
Tech ... shared the team lead in scoring, total- 
ing 30 points ... converted 6 of 10 field goal 
attempts and 12 of 13 extra-point tries. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Hollywood 
Hills High School in 1997 ... was a first team 
all-state selection as a senior ... also was a two- 
time all-county and all-conference honoree ... 
career-long 56-yard field goal came during his 
senior season, when he made 8 of 1 1 field goal 
attempts and all 14 PAT tries ... earned Stu- 
dent-Athlete of the Week honors from the 
Sun-Sentinel newspaper and was a member ol 
the National Honor Society ... high school 
coach was lack Pierson. 

PERSONAL: Born Nov. 27, 1978 ... son of 
Renee Wallack and Sam Kopka ... a brother, 
Kevin, was a kicker at Notre Dame ... majoring 
in letters and sciences ... on the Dean's 1 ist m 
fall 1997 and spring 1998. 



MATT KALAPINSKI UP CLOSE 



BRIAN KOPKA UP CLOSE 



My motto is: never give up 

Best advice I ever received: always give it your 

best effort 

I look forward to playing for Coach 

Vanderlinden because: He has a great attitude 

and wants to win 

My craziest ambition is: to go skydiving 

My hero is: my late grandfather 



If I was Coach Vanderlinden for a day, I would: 

take the day off to spend it with my family 
If I could change one thing about myself I 
would: not be so critical of myself and others 
One thing you don't know about me is: I'm a 

perfectionist 



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Reggie Lewis 




Linebacker 
Chicago, III. 
(Carver) 
6-0 * 235 * Fr, 



MARYLAND: Redshirt freshman who goes 
into the 1998 campaign backing up Kendall 
Ogle at .m inside linebacker position ... 
showed improvement during spring camp as 
he became more comfortable and familiar 
with his assignments. (1997) Redshirt season. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Carver 
High School in 1997 ... named first team All- 
Met In the Chicago Sun Times ... led the city 
of Chicago with 20 quarterback sacks as a 
senior ... registered 104 tackles and 10 tumble 
recoveries his senior season ... Carver posted a 
record ol 8-2 in 1996 ... averaged 10 points and 
12 rebounds tor his highly-ranked basketball 
team. 

PERSONAL: Born Aug. 2, 1979 ... son of Rose- 
mar) lewis ... majoring in business manage- 
ment. 



REGGIE LEWIS UP CLOSE 



If I lost all my possessions but one, I'd want to 
keep: the letter my mother wrote in my Bible 
If I was Coach Vanderlinden for a day, I would: 
take the team on a trip to Chicago 
If I could change one thing about myself I 
would: probably talk more 



Erik Lipton 



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Quarterback 
Crofton, Md 
(Arundel) 
6-3 * 207 * F 




MARYLAND: Redshirt freshman who is listed 
third on the depth chart at quarterback ... a 
student of the game who possesses a nice 
touch on the ball ... has a solid understanding 
of the offense and continues to make daily 
progress in the Terps' system. (1997) Redshirt 
season. 



HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Arundel 
High School in 1997 ... finished his career as 
the state rei ord holder for i areer passing yards 

(4,768), ID passes (47), completions (312), 

attempts (522) and games played (29) first 

team All-Met by the Washington Post and the 
Baltimore Sun as a senior, when he threw tor 

2,0 'ii yards and 20 touchdowns ... led Arundel 
to a 22-7 record as a starter, including 10 I his 
senior season ... was named the Baltimore 
Sun's 4A Offensive Player ol the Year in '96 ... 
in addition to all-State honors, was an All- 
America choice by loin Lemming, Athlon, 
I SPN, G&W Report and National Recruiting 
Advisor, among others ... was rated the No. 5 
QB prospect in the A( ( region by PrepStar ... 
set single-season marks for completions ( 146, 
1996), completion percentage (63%, 1994), 
passing yards (2,056, 1996) and "I'D passes (20, 
1996). 

PERSONAL: Born Sept. 10, 1978 ... son ol 
l'am and Chet Lipton ... both parents attended 
Maryland ... majoring in letters and sciences ... 
earned 1997 Scholar-Athlete honors. 



ERIK LIPTON UP CLOSE 



My goal for 1998 is: to go to a bowl game 

The best advice I ever received: follow your 

heart 

The words that best describe me are: laid back 

My heroes are: my parents 



Erwyn Lyght 




Linebacker 
Westfleld, NJ. 

(Westfield) 
6-0* 215* Jr. 




MARYLAND: Redshirt junior who was pro- 
jected to start at a rush linebacker position 
before undergoing surgery April 10 for a torn 
ACL in his knee ... was enjoying a tremendous 
spring camp prior to the injury ... coaching 
staff moved him from drop linebacker to rush 
linebacker in order to take advantage of his 
speed and quickness off the edge ... depending 
on his rehabilitation, his return sometime in 
1998 has not been ruled out. (1997) Nine- 
game starter at linebacker as a sophomore, fin- 
ishing sixth on the squad in total tackles (62) 
... also had four tackles for losses, one fumble 
caused and one fumble recovery ... had sea- 
son-high eight stops each in back-to-back 
games vs. Duke and West Virginia ... also had 
eight tackles vs. North Carolina State ... regis- 



i' red n least five I ighl ol the Terps' 

1 1 games. ( 1996) Spei i; tandout as a 

redshirt freshman ... totaled one tackle on the 
season. ( 1995) Redshil I 

UK, ii s( HOOl d from Wi 

I ligh v hool in 1995 was an All East selec 
lion by the National Recruiting Advisor and 
BlueChip Illustrated ... rated the 19th-best 
prospect in the Ea I b) [bm lemming ... was a 
two time all county selection ... a two wav 
player who recorded 96 tackles and two inter- 
ceptions on defense and rushed for 600 yards 
on 100 carries on offense as a senior ... was an 
all st.ite performer in track and Held ... high 
school coach was |im Benedii I 
PERSONAL: Bom March 30, 1477 ... son ol 
Eleanor and Ernest Lyght ... cousin of Todd 
Lyght, an All-Pro cornerback with the St. 
loins Rams ... majoring in kinesiologk.il sci 
ences. 



Career Statistics 








Year UT 


Al 


TT 


SK 


1996 


1 


1 





1997 41 


21 


62 


1 


Totals 41 


22 


63 


1 



ERWYN LYGHT UP CLOSE 



Best advice I ever received: be on time for things 

If I lost all my possessions but one, I'd want to 

keep: my watch 

I look forward to playing for Coach 

Vanderlinden because: he has a great attitude 

and knows what it takes to win 

The word that best describes me is: ambitious 

One thing you probably didn't know about me 

is: I love to fish 



Ken Mastrole 



Quarterback 
Fort Lauderdale, Fla 
(Cardinal Gibbons) 
6-3* 225* Jr. 




MARY'LAND: Redshirt iunior who is compet- 
ing with fellow junior Trev Evans in the battle 
to replace two-year starter Brian Cummings as 
the Terps' No. 1 signal-caller ... has good feet 
and a very strong arm ... has made tremendous 
progress in Maryland's offensive system ... the 
most experienced of Maryland's quarterbacks, 
he has thrown 108 career passes entering his 
iunior season. (1997) Appeared in seven 
games (no starts) and completed 7 of 19 pass- 
es for 83 yards as a backup to veteran Brian 
Cummings ... threw for 47 vards on three 



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completions late in the season vs. Virginia. 
(1996) Started three of eight games played ... 
completed 36 of 89 passes for 354 yards ... 
became the first quarterback in school history 
to start as a redshirt freshman (vs. West Vir- 
ginia) ... also started vs. NC State, when he 
completed 10 consecutive passes on way to a 
15-of-28 performance vs. the Wolfpack, and 
vs. Virginia ... first career TD pass came vs. 
Duke, a game in which he broke his collarbone 
which required seven screws to repair. (1995) 
Redshirt season. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Cardinal 
Gibbons High School in 1995 ... earned all- 
state, all-county and all-league honors as a 
senior ... rated the lOth-best QB prospect in 
the country by Max Emfinger ... was an All- 
South selection by BlueChip ... threw for 2,056 
yards and 16 touchdowns during his final two 
seasons ... led his high school to the state semi- 
finals as a senior ... high school coach was Don 
Marino. 

PERSONAL: Born Feb. 25, 1977 ... son of Gail 
and Richard Mastrole ... majoring in agricul- 
ture resource business ... earned 1997 Scholar- 
Athlete honors. 



Justin Mattera 



Career Statistics 










Year PA 


PC 


I 


Yds 


TD 


1996 89 


36 


3 


354 


1 


1997 19 


7 


1 


83 






KEN MASTROLE UP CLOSE 



My motto is: dedication minus distractions equals 
success 

The greatest thing about being a student- 
athlete is: the responsibility and experiences 
Best advice I ever received: always have an 
education to fall back on 

If I could invite any three people in history to 
dinner, they would be: Joe Montana, Michael 
Jordan, Nolan Ryan 

I look forward to playing for Coach 
Vanderlinden because: he is a catalyst for success 
If I could change one thing about myself I 
would: change my golf game 




Free Safety 
Lake Grove, N.Y. 
(Sachem) 
6-1 * 192 * Fr. 



MARYLAND: Walk-on who will move to free 
safety from wide receiver this fall. (1997) Red- 
shirt season. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Sachem 
High School in 1997 ... earned two varsity let- 
ters ... helped lead Sachem to a Suffolk Coun- 
ty championship as a junior and to Big Four 
and league championships his senior season ... 
averaged 16.0 yards per reception as a senior 
on way to all-division honors ... his senior sea- 
son marked only his second playing organized 
football ... also played basketball. 
PERSONAL: Born April 6, 1979 ... son of 
[acqueline and Joseph Mattera ... scored 1140 
on his SAT ... majoring in letters and sciences. 



JUSTIN MATTERA UP CLOSE 



My goal for 1998 is: to continue to learn and get 

better 

The word that best describes me is: ambitious 

My hero is: my mom 



Jason McCauley 





Defensive Tackle 
Key West, Fla. 
(Key West) 
6-2 * 264 * So. 




MARYLAND: Redshirt sophomore who is 
listed third on the depth chart at a defensive 

tackle position ... his dedication in the weight 

room has resulted iii improved speed and 
quickness ... a player still recovering from a 
knee injury suffered his senioi season in high 
school ... needs to continue to worl on 
improving his technique. (1997) Did not see 
any action as a redshirt freshman. ( 19961 Red 
shut season. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from ke\ West 
High School in 1990 ... named Florida's 1,\ 



Defensive Player of the Year ... was selected to 
Tom Lemming's All-Florida team ... was 
named his district Player of the Year and to 
BlueChip's All-Southeast Region squad ... reg- 
istered 1 14 tackles and 1 1 sacks as a senior ... 
totaled 2 16 career stops ... Rotary Club MVP ... 
high school coach was Andy Siegal. 
PERSONAL: Born Nov. 24, 1977 ... son of 
Leslie Kreutzberg ... majoring in criminology 
and criminal justice. 



JASON MCCAULEY UP CLOSE 



My motto is: take what comes to you 

If I was Coach Vanderlinden for a day, I would: 

cancel practice and have a barbecue 

My craziest ambition: be a millionaire at 25 

One thing you probably didn't know about me 

is: I'm a decent artist 



Frank Mentzel 




Fullback 
Clark, N.J. 
(Johnson Regiona 
6-1* 218* So. 



MARYLAND: Redshirt sophomore who will 
have an opportunity to compete at the full- 
back spot ... a hard worker who was bothered 
by a hamstring during spring practice. (1997) 
Missed much of spring practice with a muscle 
pull ... did not see any action during the sea- 
son. (1996) Redshirt season. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from (ohnson 
Regional High School in 199ei ... was an all- 
state choice who also captured All-Fast honors 
from Tom I emming, Blue( hip and SuperPrep 
... was the count) sailing leader with 16 
touchdowns and three two point conversions 
... rushed lor 800 yards in addition to totaling 
70 tackles on defense ... helped lead his team to 
a slate championship and an 111) record ... 
high school coach was Bob Taylor. 
PERSONAL: Born March 27, 1978 ... son oi 
Barbara and Thomas Mentzel ... majoring in 
criminology and criminal justice. 



FRANK MENTZEL UP CLOSE 



My goal for 1998 is: to win the ACC 

If I was Coach Vanderdlinden for a day, I 

would: relax and play golf 

If I could invite any three people in history to 

dinner, they would be: Babe Ruth, George 

Washington, Marilyn Monroe 

One thing you probably didn't know about me 

is: I'm very neat 



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Brad Messina 




Offensive Tackle 
Bogota, N.J. 
(Bogota 
6-5* 284* Jr. 



MARYLAND: Redshirt junior who has been 
shitted to left tackle after starting the entire 
l l > e r season at left guard ... made great strides 
in his new role during spring ball despite his 
inexperience playing the position ... will con- 
tinue to get better as his repetitions increase ... 
goes into tall camp No. I on the depth chart at 
left tackle. (1997) An II -game starter at left 
guard. (1996) Did not see any action. (1995) 
Redshirt season. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Bogota 
High School in 1995 ... was ^n All-Last selec- 
tion by BlueChip, National Recruiting Advisor 
and Tom Lemming ... was ^n all-state choice 
following his senior season when he played on 
the offensive and defensive lines ... totaled 75 
tackles as a senior ... threw the shot put and 
discus ... high school coach was Jamie Bittner. 
PERSONAL: bom Feb. 11, 1977 ...son of Bar- 
bara and Ronald Messina ... majoring in fami- 
ly studies. 



BRAD MESSINA UP CLOSE 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: all of 
Europe 

The greatest thing about being a student- 
athlete is: being productive with your life and 
making responsible decisions 
If I could invite any three people in history to 
dinner, they would be: John Wayne, Abraham 
Lincoln, Vince Lombardi 
My motto is: determination brings hope 



Matt Murphy 



Kn 



Tight End 
New Haven, Mich. 
(New Haven) 
6-5 * 234 * Fr. 







MARYLAND: Redshirt freshman tight end 

who is beginning to come into his own ... has 
good hands and the best speed among Marx 1 
land's group of tight ends ... continues to get 
bigger and stronger ... a player with tremen- 
dous potential. (1997) Redshirt season. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from New Haven 
High School in 1997 ... was the first player to 
commit to new Maryland football coach Ron 
Vanderlinden ... named All-Met by the [Detroit 
Free-Press after playing six positions (FB, TE, 
\VR, DE, LB, DT ) ... his uncle, Dwight Lee, was 
an All-American at Michigan State ... recorded 
80 tacldes as a senior ... had a 3.3 GPA. 
PERSONAL: Born Feb. 23, 1980 ... son of 
Dawn and Michael Murphy ... maioring in let- 
ters and sciences. 



MATT MURPHY UP CLOSE 



My motto is: "I can do all things through Christ 
which strengtheneth me." (Phillipians 4:13) 
The greatest thing about being a student- 
athlete is: the pride I have in my team 
I look forward to playing for Coach 
Vanderlinden because: he is a good motivator 
If I could change one thing about myself I 
would: be more patient 



Kendall Ogle 




Linebacker 
Hillside, N J. 
(Hillside) 
6-1 * 231 * Sr. 



MARYLAND: Redshirt senior who is the 
ACC's leading returning tackJer ... a Butkus 
Aw r ard candidate who enters his final season 
with 213 tackles during his Maryland career ... 
a very productive linebacker who has dis- 
played a great work ethic ... noted for his 



attention to detail in his assignments ... has 
outstanding speed ... will team with 

senioi I i i( barton to give th lerp e ol the 

country's top lineba< ns ... takes a 

streak ol 22 con « irts into the 1998 

campaign. ( 1997) finished second in thi 
in tackles ( I 38 i as a junior ... his team I 
138 tackles included 75 solo stops ... registered 
10 or more tackles in nine ol the team's II 
games, including a career-best 17 stops vs. 
Clemson ... nearly doubled his tackle output 
from his sophomore campaign (75), as he 
started all I I game. 1 1996) Starti d I 
at linebacker and also saw time at running 
hack in short yardage situations ... was the 
leaps' third-leading tackier with 75 total slops 
... ranked second on the team in solo tackles 
(48) ... stood out on both offense and defense 
in a victory over Northern Illinois, carrying 
the ball once for a first down and another time 
for a touchdown ... also had a sack, thn 
les and a pass deflection in the win over the 
Huskies ... had a season-high 14 tackles vs. 
West Virginia ... also reached double figures in 
tackles with I I stops vs. Duke. (1995) Redshirt 
season. ( 1994) Saw time as a running back and 
on special teams ... was utilized inside the red 
/one because ol his punishing running si, le. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Hillside 
High School in 1994 ... was the most sought- 
after running back in the state of New [ersey as 
a senior ... a first team all-state choice who was 
rated No. 2 among running backs in the East- 
ern region by BlucOiip Illustrated ... also was 
accorded All-East honors by Tom Lemming ... 
rushed for 1,059 yards and 11 touchdowns as 
a senior and totaled 3,300 yards and 30 touch- 
downs during his varsity career ... as a line- 
backer, totaled 1 19 tackles and three intercep- 
tions his senior season ... high school coach 
was John Kaye. 

PERSONAL: Born Nov. 25, 1975 ... son of 
Pamela Ogle ... majoring in sociology ... 
earned 1997 Scholar-Athlete honors. 
Career Statistics 



Year 


UT 


AT 


TT 


si 


1996 


48 


27 


75 


1 


1997 


75 


63 


138 


1 


Totals 


123 


'in 


213 


2 



KENDALL OGLE UP CLOSE 



My goal for 1998 is: to be the best in the ACC and 

the country 

My motto is: make it happen, baby! 

If I lost all my possessions but one, Id want to 

keep: my watch, because my mother gave it to me 

My hero is: Air Jordan 



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The 1998 Terrapins 



Doug Patterson 



Chris Pope 




Wide Receiver 
Shelby Township, Mich. 
(Eisenhower) 
6-2 * 203 * So. 




MARYLAND: True sophomore who has 
proved to be a reliable receiver and provides 
the Terps with solid depth in the wide receiver 
corps ... has good hands and improved quick- 
ness ... turned in a solid spring camp. (1997) 
Finished with nine receptions as a true fresh- 
man ... started the first seven games of the sea- 
son ... had a season-high two receptions vs. 
Wake Forest ... averaged 13.7 yards per catch. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Eisenhow- 
er High School in 1997 ... named to the all- 
state Dream Team by the Detroit Free-Press ... 
named the MAC-Red Conference MVP by the 
Free-Press ... also earned first team Ail-Metro 
recognition by the Free-Press and the Detroit 
News ... named first team All-McComb Coun- 
ty ... set school records for career receptions 
(105), receptions in a season (56) and recep- 
tions in a game (12) ... totaled nearly 1,500 
career receiving yards and 18 touchdowns ... 
had 602 return yards and five touchdowns on 
29 punt returns ... earned two varsity letters in 
football, two in basketball and three in base- 
ball ... high school coach was Bob Lantzy. 
PERSONAL: Born Nov. 21, 1978 ... son of Julie 
and Glenn Patterson ... majoring in letters and 
sciences. 

Career Statistics 

Year Rec Yds Avg TD 

1997 9 123 13.7 



DOUG PATTERSON UP CLOSE 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: Scotland 

Best advice I ever received: work hard and you 

can do anything 

I look forward to playing for Coach 

Vanderlinden because: he understands what it 

takes to win 

My hero is: Jerry Rice 




Tailback 

Upper Marlboro, Md 

(Largo) 

5-7* 170* Jr. 




MARYLAND: Junior walk-on who will pro- 
vide the Terps depth at tailback ... a smart 
player who figures to help out on the scout 
team and possibly special teams ... moved 
from defensive back to running back at the 
end of spring drills. (1996) Redshirt season ... 
walked on to the team in the fall of 1 996. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Largo High 
School in 1995 ... as a senior, was named sec- 
ond team all-county after recording three 
interceptions and helping his team to the state 
championship game ... was honorable men- 
tion all-county as a junior ... lettered in track 
two years ... high school coach was Rocco 
Romeo. 

PERSONAL: Born Dec. 30, 1977 ... son of 
Linda and Donald Pope ... majoring in engi- 
neering. 



CHRIS POPE UP CLOSE 



My motto is: never lose the faith 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Africa 

I look forward to playing for Coach 

Vanderlinden because: he is doing all the right 

things for the program 

If I could change one thing about myself I 

would: be more persistent in everything I do 



Matt Purdy 




Offensive Guard 
Chesapeake Beach, Md. 
(Bishop McNamara) 
6-7 * 282 * So. 



r*" V;V % 







MARYLAND: Sophomore walk-on who 
transferred from Eastern Illinois ... will back 
up .ii .in offensive guard position ... has per- 
formed well m his role on the scout team. 

(1997) Did not see any action. 

E. ILLINOIS: (1996) Redshirted Ins freshman 



season. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Bishop 
McNamara High School in 1995 ... earned sec- 
ond team all-league and honorable mention 
all-county honors from the Prince George's 
Journal as a senior in 1994 ... was a member of 
the National Honor Society ... high school 
coach was Tom Clark. 

PERSONAL: Majoring in criminology and 
criminal justice. 



MATT PURDY UP CLOSE 



Someday I would like to take a trip to: Australia 
If I lost all my possessions but one, I'd want to 

keep: my family 

My craziest ambition is: to go skydiving 

The words that best describe me are: outgoing 

and personable 



Ryan Rezzelle 




MARYLAND: Redshirt senior who is listed 
No. 2 on the depth chart at left tackle but is 
pushing hard for the top spot ... a 30-pound 
weight loss since the end of last season made a 
positive difference in his performance this past 
spring ... versatile lineman who has played 
both guard and tackle during his career. 
(1997) Saw limited action as a reserve lineman 
... won the George C. Cook Memorial Award 
for having the highest academic average on the 
squad. (1996) Made lour appearances as a 
backup guard. (1995) Backed up at both guard 
positions as a redshirt freshman. (1994) Red- 
shirt season. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from McDowell 
High School in 1994 ... was ,\n All last choice 
by Tom Lemming and SuperPrep and an hon- 
orable mention All-Fast selection In \l.i\ 
Emfinger's Recruiting Mmanac... was a second 
team all state honoree ... graded out at 'in pel 
cent his senior season ... carried a 3.7 GPA in 
high school and scored 1200 ^n the S.-VI ... 
high school coach was Ron Rudler. 
PERSONAL: Born April 21, 1976 ... son ol 
Linda and Peter Rezzelle ... earned a degree in 
criminal justice in Decembei 1997 and is 
working on a second degree in sociology ... on 
the Dean's I ist in spring 1998. 



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RYAN REZZELLE UP CLOSE 



My motto is: if you work hard, there's nothing you 

can't do 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Australia 

Best advice I ever received: never give up 

If I lost all my possessions but one, I'd want to 

keep: my truck 

One thing you probably don't know about me 

is: I graduated with a degree in criminal justice 



Brad Rhodes 



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Placekicker 
Biloxi, Miss. 

(St. John's) 
5-7*168*Sr. 




MARYLAND: Senior three-year letterman 
who is contending with sophomore Brian 
kopk.i for the starting job. (1997) Opened the 
season as the Terps' No. I kicker before giving 
way to Brian Kopka ... made 1 ot 3 field goal 
attempts and all six of his PAT tries ... finished 
the season with nine points. (1996) Was uti- 
lized on kickoffs during his sophomore season 
... was successful on his lone extra point try of 
the season (vs. Alabama-Birmingham). (1995) 
Was I of 3 on field goal tries — a 27-yarder in 
a win over NC State — and 3 of 4 on PAT 
attempts as a redshirt freshman ... used on 
kickoffs vs. Puke, Wake Forest, Clemson, NC 
State and Virginia. (1994) Redshirt season. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from St. John's 
High School in 1994 ... was an honorable men- 
tion All-Ameriean by USA Today ... was a 
finalist for state Player of the Year honors ... 
connected on six field goal tries of more than 
ti i \ aids, including a career long oi 5 1 yards ... 
u.is 21 ot 29 tor his career on field goal 
attempts ... high school coach was Mike Bar- 
low. 

PERSONAL: Born Sept. 6, L975 ... son of 
Karen and [oseph Rhodes ... majoring in kine- 
siological sciences ... earned 1 99" Scholar-Ath- 
lete honors. 
Career Statistics 

Year FG-A PAT-Att Pts 

1993 1-3 3-4 6 

1990 0-0 1-1 1 

1997 1-3 6-6 9 

Totals 2-6 10-11 16 



BRAD RHODES UP CLOSE 



I look forward to playing for Coach 

Vanderlinden because: of his confidence 

My motto is: God won't ever put you in a situation 

you can't handle 

If I could change one thing about myself I 

would: be taller 

One thing you probably don't know about me 

is: I love country music 



Scott Rudolph 



Kenny Rogers 




Fullback 

South Brunswick, N.J. 
(South Brunswick) 
5-9* 198* Jr. 




MARY'LAND: lunior running back who is 
vying for time at the fullback position ... a ver- 
satile athlete who can play both fullback and 
tailback ... played well during spring camp ... 
expected to also be a contributor on special 
teams. (1997) Appeared in all 1 1 games, seeing 
most of his action on special teams ... had a 
tumble recovery. (1996) Earned limited play- 
ing time as a true freshman running back ... 
saw his first major college action in a u in over 
Northern Illinois. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from South 
Brunswick High School in 1996 .. was an all- 
division running back for three wars and the 
Player of the Year by the Tune* ... was selected 
to the all-state Super 100 team ... was a two- 
time all-county and all-area choice ... also was 
an academic all-star ... was the first player at 
South Brunswick since 1977 to rush for more 
than 1,000 yards (he totaled 1,432 i in a season 
... was an All-East selection by Tom Lemming, 
SuperPrep, BlueChip and National Recruiting 
Advisor ... was on the honor roll in 1994 and 
'95 ... high school coach was lohn Cappola. 
PERSONAL: Born March 15, 1977 ... son of 
Sheryi Avery ... majoring in criminology and 
criminal justice. 
Career Statistics 
Year TC Yds Avg TD 

1996 16 41 2.6 

1997 0.0 
Totals 16 41 2.6 



KENNY ROGERS UP CLOSE 



My goal for 1998 is: to be successful on the 

football field and in the classroom 

My craziest ambition: bungee jumping 

The word that best describes me is: energized 



Long Snapper 
Churchville, Md. 

(C.Milton Wright) 
6-4* 232* So. 




MARYLAND: Second-war sophomore who is 

leading the battle to handle the team's long- 
snapping chores loi .i second straight season. 
(1997) Handled all ol the leips' long-snap 
ping duties as a true freshman, appearing in all 
1 1 games. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated lion, < , Milton 
Wright High School in 1997 ... earned second 
team All-Metro honors from the Baltimore 
Sun his junior and senior wars as An offensive 
tackle and long snapper ... also was a first team 
all-count) selection by the Aegis and Sporting 
News his final two wars ... was his team cap- 
tain as a senior ... led his team to the Harford 
County championship and state playoffs his 
sophomore and junior wars ... earned eight 
total letters, three each in football and basket 
ball and two in baseball ... captured all-county 
recognition in basketball and baseball from 
the Sun, Aegis and Sporting Sews ... high 
school coach was Steve Harward. 
PERSONAL: bom Sept. 17, 1978 ... son ot 
Marilyn and Robert Rudolph ... majoring in 
physical education ... earned 1997 Scholar- 
Athlete honors ... on the Dean's List in tall 
1997 and spring 1998. 



SCOn RUDOLPH UP CLOSE 



My goal for 1998 is: to get a 4.0 GPA and start in 

every game 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Paris 

(and climb the Eiffel Tower) 

If I could invite any three people in history to 

dinner, they would be: my grandfathers and Lou 

Gherig 

If I could change one thing about myself I 

would: try to be nicer to people because you never 

know when someone you love won't be there 

anymore 



A R Y L 



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Keon Russell 



Wide Receiver 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 
(Midwood-American 
International) 
5-11* 185 *Sr. 




MARYLAND: Senior wide receiver who is 
expected to challenge for playing time this tall 
... an athletic receiver with quick feet. (1997) 
Appeared in nine games and totaled one 
reception ... was converted to wide receiver in 
spring practice after coming to Maryland as a 
quarterback ... returned a pair of kickotts tor 
40 yards and six punts tor 66 yards ( 1 1.0 aver- 
age). (1996) Earned a spot on the roster as a 
walk-on quarterback after beginning his 
career at American International College in 
Springfield, Mass. ... came off the bench at 
Duke to lead the Terps to a 22-19 come-from- 
behind victory. 

AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL: Completed 
52 of 104 passes for 645 yards and five touch- 
downs in eight games played ... threw a 66- 
vard 'I'D pass vs. Southern Connecticut ... also 
rushed for 218 yards. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Midwood 
High School ... earned all-state and all-city 
honors his senior season ... named team MVP 
his final season ... earned two letters in basket- 
ball ... high school coach was Marshall Tames. 
PERSONAL: Born lulv 22, 1977 ... son of 
Gladys and Donovan Russell ... earned his 
degree in criminology this past May. 



KEON RUSSELL UP CLOSE 



My motto is: no excuses 

If I was Coach Vanderlinden for a day, I would: 
relax with my family 

The greatest thing about being a student- 
athlete is: the discipline and responsibility you 
learn 

My craziest ambition is: to be an actor 
I look forward to playing for Coach 
Vanderlinden because: he is a player's coach 



Chris Sanders 




Strong Safety 
Winter Springs, Fla 
(Oviedo) 
6-1 * 211 * Fr. 



MARYLAND: Redshirt freshman defensive 
back who is listed No. 2 on the depth chart at 
strong safety ... came to Maryland as a corner- 
back before moving to strong safety this past 
spring ... has put on 21 pounds since arriving 
on campus in the fall of 1997 ... a very physical 
player. (1997) Redshirt season. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Oviedo 
(Fla.) High School in 1997 ... earned first team 
all-conference honors after recording five 
interceptions (returning two for touchdowns) 
as a senior ... also caught three touchdown 
passes and served as the backup quarterback ... 
was a second team all-conference choice as a 
junior ... helped lead his school to back-to- 
back Rotary Bowl appearances ... also earned 
three letters in basketball, two in baseball, one 
in track, and one in weight lifting ... in basket- 
ball, was MVP of the Central Florida Classic as 
a junior ... was named to the all-tournament 
team of the Kiwanis International Classic. 
PERSONAL: Born May 28, 1979 ... son of Bet- 
tie and Louis Sanders ... majoring in letters 
and sciences. 



CHRIS SANDERS UP CLOSE 



My goal for 1998 is: to get better grades 
My craziest ambition is: to dance in a music video 
The word that best describes me is: outgoing 
One thing you probably didn't know about me 

is: I like writing poetry 



Lewis Sanders 



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Free Safety 
Staten Island, N.Y. 
(St. Peter's Prep) 
6-1* 196* Jr. 




paign while recuperating from nerve damage 
in his shoulder ... was slated to move to cor- 
nerback this spring but could not participate 
in drills because of the injury, which original- 
ly occurred last season ... has the size, speed 
and physical tools to be a quality defensive 
back in the ACC ... has made 10 career starts, 
all in 1997. (1997) Appeared in 10 games (all 
starts) as the Terps' No. 1 free safety ... totaled 
74 tackles to rank third on the squad ... had 54 
solo stops ... his four interceptions tied for 
third in the ACC ... had three interceptions (all 
in the first half) in a non-conference win over 
Temple ... finished fifth in the ACC in kickoff 
return average (24.2) ... returned a kickoff 90 
yards for a touchdown vs. North Carolina ... 
responsible for seven takeaways (four inter- 
ceptions, two fumble recoveries, one fumble 
caused) ... had 10 or more tackles three times, 
including a career-high 12 vs. Clemson ... also 
had 10 each vs. West Virginia and North Car- 
olina State. (1996) Played in all 1 1 games as a 
true freshman, seeing action in the defensive 
secondary and on special teams ... totaled six 
tackles. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from St. Peter's 
Prep in 1996 ... earned BlueChip Illustrated 
All-America honors and was selected All-East 
by Tom Lemming and the National Recruiting 
Advisor ... was an all-star selection by the New- 
York Daily News and Long Island Newsday ... 
was an all-league choice as a junior and senior 
... rushed for 800 yards and scored 10 touch- 
downs as a senior ... high school coach was Bill 
Sullivan. 

PERSONAL: Born lune 22, 1978 ... son of 
Vanessa and Lewis Sanders ... majoring in 
criminolog) and criminal justice. 
Career Statistics 
Year UT AT TT INT 

1996 4 2 6 

1997 54 20 74 4 
Totals 58 22 80 4 



LEWIS SANDERS UP CLOSE 



My motto is: never quit 

Best advice I ever received: whatever you want 

you can get with hard work 

My craziest ambition is: to play offense 

One thing you probably don't know about me 

is: I love to practice 



MARYLAND: The bips top defensive back 

entering spring drills will sit out the 1998 cam 



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Mike Sherman 



61 



Offensive Tackle 
Gaithersburg, Md. 
(Milford Prep) 
6-4 * 302 * Fr. 




MARYLAND: Redshirt freshman who is 

regarded .is an emerging lineman ... was ham 
pered by an ankle sprain during spring drills 
which cu1 into his practice time ... goes into 
fall camp backing up veteran lohn Feugill at 
right tackle. (1997) Redshirt season. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Milford 
Prep in 1997 ... was a second team All-WCAC 
choice and a SuperPrep all-region selection ... 
was his team's offensive MVP in eight of 11 
games ... averaged eight pancake blocks as a 
senior ... played on a Milford team that went 
1 1-2 ... earned three letters in football, two in 
basketball and one in track and field ... high 
school coach was Jeff Bevino. 
PERSONAL: Son of Linda and Chuck Sher- 
man ... majoring in letters and sciences. 



MIKE SHERMAN UP CLOSE 



My motto is: practice how you play 
The greatest thing about being a student- 
athlete is: the family atmosphere 
Best advice I ever received: live for today, not 
tomorrow 
My craziest ambition is: to become a firefighter 

MukalaSikyalaJr. 




Tailback 
Lanham,Md. 
(Einstein-Tuskegee) 
5-8* 191* So. 




MARYLAND: Sophomore running back who 
has been a pleasant surprise for the Terps ... 
showed potential to contribute with his play 
toward the end of last fall and this past spring 
... had seven carries for 53 yards in the spring 
game ... a strong runner who hasn't yet been at 
100 percent because of a knee injury he 
incurred prior to transferring to Maryland. 



(1997) Transferred to Mainland from 
Tuskegee University in the spring ol 1997 but 

did not walk on lo the program until midway 
through the 1997 season ... did not see am 
action. 

TUSKEGEE: Attended Tuskegee University in 
Tuskegee, Ala., in the kill of 1996 ... played in 
just two games before injuring a knee. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Einstein 
I ligh School in 1996 ... one-year varsity letter 
man who led Montgomery County in rushing 

as a senior with mine than 1,-100 yards ... 
earned honorable mention All-Met honors ... 
anchored Einstein's 4x100 relay team which 
finished fourth in slate his senior year ... also 
wrestled. 

PERSONAL: Bom Sept. 20, 1978 ... son of 
Mukala Sikyala, Sr. ... majoring in letters and 
sciences. 



MUKALA SIKYALA, JR. UP CLOSE 



My motto is: work isn't hard 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: my 

country (Zaire) 

My craziest ambition is: to be the all-time NFL 

rushing leader 



Rasheed Simmons 



Defensive End 
Edison, N.J. 
(Edison) 
6-5*244*Sr. 




MARYLAND: A player with the prototype 
frame for a defensive end who could be a 
leader for the Terps' defensive front in 1998 ... 
has the ability to rush the passer ... sat out the 
1998 spring practice in order to focus on aca- 
demics. (1997) Appeared in all 11 games and 
made five starts as a junior ... totaled 32 tack- 
les (including six for losses) and a pair of sacks 
... also caused a fumble and recovered two oth- 
ers ... had a season-high seven stops vs. Clem- 
son and three tackles behind the line of scrim- 
mage vs. Florida State ... his six TFL's ranked 
tied for fourth on the squad ... made starts vs. 
Florida State, North Carolina, Temple, Duke 
and Clemson ... participated in '97 spring 
drills after transferring from Michigan. (1996) 
Sat out while satisfying NCAA transfer regula- 
tions. 

MICHIGAN: (1995) Totaled 22 tackles, one 
fumble recovery and one sack as a redshirt 
freshman ... made his major college debut vs. 
Virginia ... had five tackles vs. Illinois, includ- 
ing a touchdown-saving stop in the fourth 



quarter ... his career high ol eight tackf 

In his first career start I Memphis). ( 1994) Red- 

slin 1 season. 

HIGH SCHOOl ; i Iraduati d from I dison 

High School in 1994 ... was a consensus All 

American md the New lersey I'layer of the 

War his senior sea tptured first team 

All America honors from Parade, USA Today 
and h mi I emitting ... was considered to be the 
nation's top defensive end prospect out of high 
school ... was named the Gatorade Flayer of 
die Yeai toi Ni -a lersey ... was rated die No. I 
weakside defensive end in the country by 
National Recruiting \dviso\ .md the 1Mb best 
defensive lineman in the nation by BlueChip ... 
high school coach was Mike Wojick. 
PERSONAL: Born Sept. 17, 1973 ... son of Rita 
Simmons ... majoring in family studies. 
Career Maryland Statistics 
Year UT AT TT SK 



1997 



I 1 



RASHEED SIMMONS UP CLOSE 



My goals for 1 998 are: to be AII-ACC, and to play 
better in the fourth guarter 
The greatest thing about being a student- 
athlete is: playing in front of thousands of people 
Best advice I ever received: do it on the front end 
If I lost all my possessions but one, I'd want to 
keep: my car keys 



Chris Snader 



Offensive Guard 
Bishopville, Md. 
(Stephen Decatur) 
6-5 * 284 * Fr. 




MARYLAND: Redshirt freshman who is con- 
tending for a starting spot at right guard ... 
enters fall camp backing up junior Jamie Wu ... 
a big, strong lineman who has improved his 
mobility in the past vear as he has shed some 
excess weight. (1997) Redshirt season. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Stephen 
Decatur High School in 1997 ... was a consen- 
sus first team all-state choice and rated i 
the state's top 30 players as a senior ... two- 
time first team All-Bayside Conference hon- 
oree ... earned three letters each in football and 
track ... was a conference champion in track 
and field (discus). 

PERSONAL: Born Sept. 15, 1979 ... son of 
Lynn and Russell Snader ... majoring in letters 
and sciences. 



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CHRIS SNADER UP CLOSE 



If I was Coach Vanderlinden for a day, I would: 

go golfing 

If I could invite any three people in history to 

dinner, they would be: Jimmie Hendrix, Lou 

Gherig, John F.Kennedy 

My hero is: my father 



Albert Surman 



Sean Starner 



Punter 
Mechanicsburg, Pa. 

(Cedar Cliff) 
5-1 1*182* So. 




MARYLAND: Sophomore punter who is chal- 
lenging incumbent Russ Edwards for the start- 
ing job ... has a strong leg but needs to improve 
his consistency. (1997) Saw limited action as a 
redshirt freshman, appearing in three games 
and averaging 35.4 yards on five punts. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Cedar Cliff 
High School in 1996 ... was an All-America 
selection by BlueChip after averaging 42.3 
yards per punt ... also was an all-state and all- 
conference honoree ... selected to play in the 
East-West All-Star game ... threw a game-win- 
ning touchdown against Harrisburg his senior 
season ... also played basketball and baseball ... 
high school coach was Bob Craig. 
PERSONAL: Born Sept. 15, 1977 ... son of 
Kathy and Alan Starner ... majoring in family 
studies. 



SEAN STARNER UP CLOSE 



The word that best describes me is: easy-going 
My craziest ambition is: to punt in the NFL 
I look forward to playing for Coach 
Vanderlinden because: he knows how to 
motivate you 




Defensive End 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
(Baldwin) 
6-1*246*Fr. 




MARYLAND: Redshirt freshman who is vying 
for time in the defensive front. (1997) Redshirt 
season. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Baldwin 
High School in 1997 ... was a first team All- 
Quad Conference selection and was selected to 
Western Pennsylvania's Fabulous 22 team ... 
also named to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's 
Fabulous 22 and Pittsburgh Tribune-Review's 
Fantastic 40 squads ... was Quad A all-confer- 
ence on offense and defense three years ... a 
four-year varsity starter ... named to Street & 
Smith's Top 50 in 1995. 

PERSONAL: Born April 25, 1978 ... son of 
Denise and Anthony Surman ... younger 
brother of Terps' offensive lineman Anthony 
Surman ... majoring in letters and sciences. 



ALBERT SURMAN UP CLOSE 



My goal for 1998 is: to improve my skills on the 

field 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Alaska 

One thing you probably didn't know about me 

is: I enjoy cooking 



Anthony Surman 



Center 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
(Baldwin) 
6-1 * 273 * Sr. 




MARYLAND: Senior lineman who figures 
into the picture at the center position in 199S 
... made improvement during spring camp but 
needs to become a more consistent blocker ... 
playing time increased during spring ball 
when st. utei Ben Thomas was sidelined with 
an injury ... enters fall drills No. 2 on the depth 
i hart. ( 1997) Saw limited action ... was moved 
from the defensive line to offensive line during 



spring practice. (1996) Did not see any action. 
(1995) Did not see any action. (1994) Redshirt 
season. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Baldwin 
High School in 1994 ... was an all-conference 
choice as an offensive and defensive lineman 
and was selected to play in the "Big 33" all-star 
game as a senior ... also captured first team all- 
county honors ... averaged nine tackles per 
game as a senior ... was a four-year starter ... 
received the "Good Citizenship Award" from 
the Sons of the American Revolution, and was 
the recipient of the Academic Achievement 
Award from the South Hills Area School Dis- 
trict ... high school coach was Don Yannessa. 
PERSONAL: Born April 20, 1976 ... son of 
Denise and Anthony Surman ... older brother 
of Terp defensive lineman Albert Surman ... 
majoring in government and politics. 



ANTHONY SURMAN UP CLOSE 



My motto is: never give up 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Italy 

The word that best describes me is: loyal 



Ryan Swift 




Linebacker 
Hinsdale, III. 
(Hinsdale Central) 
6-1 * 225 * Fr. 



MARYLAND: Redshirt freshman who enters 
fall camp battling with fellow redshirt fresh- 
man Aaron Thompson for the starting bandit 
linebacker spot ... a young prospect with all the 
physical attributes to develop into a solid per 
former ... shows a good understanding of the 
position despite his overall lack of experience 
... a big, strong, last linebacker who enters the 
1998 season with lour seasons of eligibility 
remaining. (1997) Redshirt season. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Hinsdale 
(111.) Central High School in 1997 ... earned 
All-Met Chicago honors as a senior ... totaled 
2,,s2n nishing yards and 2" touchdowns dur- 
ing his career ... entered his senioi season as 
the No. 2 running back prospect in the state by 
l«ini I emming ... rushed tor 903 yards and 12 
touchdowns as a junior ... averaged 27.8 ^.uds 
on kickoff returns ... clocked a It). 7 in the 1(10 
meters ... high school coach \\as ken 
Schreinger. 

I'l KSONAI: Bom March 27, 1979 ... son ol 
Barbara doss ami Ed Swifi ... majoring in 

business management. 



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RYAN SWIFT UP CLOSE 



My motto is: the strength of the pack is in the wolf, 

and the strength of the wolf is in the pack 

If I lost all my possessions but one, I'd want to 

keep: a picture of my family 

If I could invite any three people in history to 

dinner, they would be: Walter Payton, Michael 

Jordan, Sharon Stone 



Ben Thomas 



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Center 
Moosic,Pa. 
(Riverside) 
6-2 * 271 * So. 




MARYLAND: Redshirt sophomore who is 
expected to enter fall camp No. 1 on the depth 
chart at the center position ... missed the end 
ot spring dnils with tachycardia ... solid, young 
player who is viewed by the coaching staff as a 
ke\ component on the Terps' offensive front. 
( 1997) Made an impression as a redshirt fresh- 
man by taking over the starting center position 
tor all 1 1 games ... ended up sharing team 
Freshman o( the Year honors with running 
hack LaMont fordan. (1996) Redshirt season. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Riverside 
High School in 1996 ... earned All-hast recog- 
nition from BlueChip and honorable mention 
All-Last honors from Tom Lemming, the 
National Recruiting Advisor and SuperPrep ... 
was a second team all-state and first team all- 
region choice at offensive guard ... was the first 
Riverside player in 20 years to earn all-state 
recognition ... named first team All-Scholastic 
Conference on both the offensive and defen- 
sive lines ... an all-conference choice in track 
(discus) ... high school coach was Steve Armil- 
lay. 

PERSONAL: Born March 17, 1978 ... son of 
Elizabeth A. and William Thomas ... majoring 



in geographv. 



BEN THOMAS UP CLOSE 



My goal for 1998 is: to be AII-ACC 

Best advice I ever received: get your degree 

I look forward to playing for Coach 

Vanderlinden because: our team has a bright 

future 



Aaron Thompson 



Linebacker 
Baltimore, Md. 
(Mt. St. Joseph) 
6-1 * 220 * Fr. 




MARYLAND: Young, talented prospect at 
outside linebacker ... in competition with fel- 
low redshirl freshman Ryan Switt for the start 
ing bandit I drop linebacker I position ... has 
the tools to develop into an impact player at 
the Division I level ... a physical player with 
good speed. (1997) Redshirt season. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Mt. St. 
Joseph High School in 1997 ... was named the 
Baltimore Sim's All-Metro Offensive Player of 
the Year as a senior, when he rushed for 2,325 
yards and 37 touchdowns ... finished his career 
as one of the all-time leading rushers in the 
state ... also played linebacker in special situa- 
tions, totaling iy tackles, two sacks and one 
interception ... high school coach was Mike 
Working. 

PERSONAL: Born May 4, 1978 ... son of Edith 
Green and Aaron Thompson ... majoring in 
criminology and criminal justice. 



AARON THOMPSON UP CLOSE 



My motto is: no pain, no gain 
The greatest thing about being a student- 
athlete is: children look up to you 
I look forward to playing for Coach 
Vanderlinden because: he has a history of 
winning bowl games 

One thing you probably didn't know about me 
is: I'm afraid of heights 



Peter Timmins 



Defensive End 
Staten Island, N.Y. 
(Curtis) 
6-3* 240* Jr. 




MARYLAND: Redshirt junior who was 
switched from II back to the defensive line 

this past spring and will enter fall camp in a 
starting role at the rush end position ... started 
out his Maryland career on the defensive side 
of the ball before being shitted to offense in 
199 an aggressive, physical player who 

plays the game with a lot of fervor ... coaches 
were impressed with the rapid progress he 
made during the spring and are counting on 
him to make significant contributions in his 
new role. ( 1997) Appeared in all 1 1 games and 
made seven starts at the H-back position ... 
caught four passes fo] 56 yards ... had recep- 
tions vs. North Carolina, Temple, West Vir- 
ginia and Virginia ... also recorded tour tackles 
(three solos). (1996) Played in all 1 1 games at 
linebacker, totaling 25 tackles, including two 
for losses and one sack ... QB sack came vs. 
Virginia ... had a career-high six stops vs. 
North Carolina State ... also had five stops each 
\s. Northern Illinois and North Carolina. 
(1995) Redshirt season. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Curtis 
High School in 1995 ... earned All-America 
honors from SuperPrep and All-East recogni- 
tion by Tom Lemming and the National 
Recruiting Advisor ... also selected first team 
all-state and all-citv | New York Daily News) as 
a senior ... rated one of the top five players in 
the state as a senior by SuperPrep ... totaled 92 
tackles, including seven sacks, as a senior ... 
high school coach was Fred Olivieri. 
PERSONAL: Born Sept. 20. 1977 ... son of ( iail 
and hmmy Timmins ... majoring in criminol- 
ogy ... earned 1997 Scholar-Athlete honors. 
Career Statistics 

AT TT 

11 25 

1 



Year UT 

1996 14 

1997 3 1 4 
Totals 1" 12 29 



PETER TIMMINS UP CLOSE 



SK 

1 


1 



My motto is: winning isn't everything, it's the only 
thing 

The greatest thing about being a student- 
athlete is: having kids look up to me 
My craziest ambition is: to go alligator wrestling 
One thing you probably didn't know about me 
is: I love National Geographic 



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Eric Timothy 



Offensive Guard 
Hamden,Conn. 
(Hamden) 
6-3* 278* Jr. 




MARYLAND: Redshirt junior who is con- 
tending for a starting spot at left guard with 
redshirt freshman Mike George ... also was 
given a look at center during spring practice ... 
one of the Terps' quickest offensive linemen. 
( 1997) Saw action in a reserve role as a sopho- 
more. (1996) Made four appearances. (1995) 
Redshirt season. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Hamden 
High School in 1995 ... was named the sLxth- 
hest prospect in Connecticut and the seventh- 
best prospect in the region by SuperPrep ... 
earned All-East recognition from Tom Lem- 
ming and the National Recruiting Advisor ... 
graded out at better than 90 percent for his 
senior season, when 70 percent of the offensive 
plays were run to his side ... also totaled 65 
tackles, five sacks and seven knockdowns as a 
senior ... high school coach was Tony Martone. 
PERSONAL: Born Nov. 6, 1977 ... son of 
Sandy Marler ... majoring in art studio. 



ERIC TIMOTHY UP CLOSE 



My motto is: live for today, you're not promised 

tomorrow 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: Holland 

If I lost all my possessions but one, I'd want to 

keep: my journal 

I look forward to playing for Coach 

Vanderlinden because: I see promise in his eyes 

about our future 



Brett Trammell 




Offensive Tackle 
Constantia, N.Y. 

(Central Square 
6-5 * 295 * So. 



MARYLAND: Redshirt sophomore who is 
making strides in his third season with the 
Terps ... has lost more than 40 pounds in the 
past two years and is coming off his best-ever 
spring practice ... has shown an improved 
knowledge of the offense ... listed third on the 
depth chart at right tackle entering 1998. 
(1997) Did not see any action as a redshirt 
freshman. (1996) Redshirt season. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Central 
Square High School in 1996 ... earned all-state 
honors on defense and all-league honors on 
offense ... was an All-America choice by Tom 
Lemming and an honorable mention All-East 
selection by SuperPrep ... earned All-New York 
recognition from National Recruiting Advisor 
... was the New York state unlimited power lift- 
ing champion in 1995 ... placed fourth in the 
state track and field meet in the shot put as a 
junior ... high school coach was John Irion. 
PERSONAL: Horn Dec. 2}, 1977 ... son of Judi 
and Sid Trammell ... majoring in criminology 
and criminal justice. 



BRETT TRAMMELL UP CLOSE 



The greatest thing about being a student- 
athlete is: playing the sport I love 
Best advice I ever received: be yourself 
If I lost all my possessions but one, I'd want to 
keep: my guitar 
The word that best describes me is: loyal 



John Waerig 



Tight End 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
(Cardinal Dougherty 
Wisconsin) 
6-2*261* Jr. 




MARYLAND: Talented transfer from Wiscon- 
sin who emerged from spring drills as the 
Terps' starting tight end ... an outstanding 
blocker and above-average receiver ... a tough, 
physical and relentless player ... enjoyed a solid 
spring camp, earning outstanding junior class 
honors ... had a pair of catches in the spring 
game. (1997) Redshirt season ... sat out while 
satisfying NCAA transfer regulations. 
WISCONSIN: (1996) Appeared in 12 games 
and rushed two times for 12 yards (vs. UNLV) 
... also had three unassisted tackles on special 
teams. (1995) One of four true freshmen to see 
action ... was a reserve fullback (48 yards rush- 
ing on nine carries) and special teams player ... 
rushed tor a career-high 33 yards and one TD 
vs. Michigan State. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Cardinal 
Dougherty High School in 1995 ... was a two- 
time all-conference pick (fullback and line- 
backer) and an all-region choice by Tom Lem- 
ming ... totaled 7d5 yards rushing and 21 
touchdowns in his career ... recorded 360 tack- 
les, eight interceptions and seven fumble 
recoveries in three seasons on defense ... had 
175 tackles as a senior and 140 as a junior ... 
high school coach was Paul Hackney. 
PERSONAL: Born April 16, 1976 ... son ot 
Theresa and Matthew Waerig ... majoring in 
speech communication. 



JOHN WAERIG UP CLOSE 



My goal for 1 998 is: to be an AII-ACC tight end 

Someday I would like to take a trip to: New 

Zealand 

I look forward to playing for Coach 

Vanderlinden because: he knows how to get the 

most out of his players 

If I could change one thing about myself I 

would: be two inches taller 



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Kendrick Walton 






Wide Receiver 
Dallas, Texas 
(Carter) 
6-2* 181 * Sr. 




MARYLAND: Senior wide receiver who is one 
of the truly inspirational stories in college 
football ... a medical condition requiring 
surgery forced him to miss spring drills, but he 
remains intent on returning to the Terps this 
fall for his final season ... surgery necessitated 
removal of most of his lower teeth, which he 
has refused to have put hack in so that he will 
he able to compete on the football field in 
1998 ... will definitely be a facto: in Maryland's 
wide receiver corps if he returns ... a great 
route-runner who will provide a young receiv- 
er corps with maturity and experience ... has 
24 career receptions to his credit entering the 
1998 campaign. (1997) Appeared in seven 
games and finished tied for fourth on the team 
in receptions (14) ... had a season-high five 
catches for 54 yards vs. Wake Forest. (1996) 
Converted his first catch of the season into a 
touchdown, a seven-yard pass on a wide 
receiver screen from QB Ken Mastrole vs. 
Duke ... registered a season-high four catches 
and 32 receiving vards vs. Georgia Tech to help 
lead Maryland to a 13-10 win in his first career 
start ... appeared in nine games. (1995) 
Received a medical hardship after playing in 
only one game ... had one reception for 1 1 
yards (vs. Tulane). (1994) Appeared in five 
games as a true freshman ... was one of eight 
true freshmen to see the field for the Terps ... 
had two catches. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Carter 
High School in 1994 ... caught 48 passes for 
729 vards and 10 touchdowns as a senior ... 
was rated the eighth-best receiving prospect in 
his area by Max Emfinger and the 14th-best 
receiver in the Southwest by BlueChip ... high 
school coach was Freddie Jones. 
PERSONAL: Born Sept. 4, 1975 ... son of 
Diedra Franklin and lames Walton ... majoring 
in criminology and criminal justice. 
Career Statistics 

Yds 



Year 

1994 
1995 
1996 

1997 

Total 



Rec 

1 

7 
14 
24 



11 
51 
175 

232 



Avg 

11.0 
7.3 
12.5 
9.7 



TD 




1 


1 



KENDRICK WALTON UP CLOSE 



My motto is: why not! 

Someday I would like to take a trip: around the 

world 

My craziest ambition is: to go to the Marines after 

I graduate 

One thing you probably don't know about me 

is: adversity motivates me 

Lynde Washington 




Cornerback 
Largo, Md. 
(DeMatha) 
5-8 



MARYLAND: [unior cornerback who enters 
1998 fall camp holding down the No. 1 spot at 
left corner ... came out of spring drills as one 
ol the most improved players in the secondary 
unit ... his hard work in winter conditioning 
helped improve his speed and strength ... a 
competitive athlete who plays with a lot of 
pride. (1997) Appeared in all 11 games and 
made seven starts at cornerback ... totaled 37 
tackles to rank 11th on the team ... also had 
three pass breakups ... registered a career-high 
12 total tackles (11 solos) vs. Florida State ... 
also had eight stops vs. Temple and five vs. 
North Carolina. (1996) Appeared in all 11 
games, seeing most of his action on special 
teams ... totaled two tackles. (1995) Redshirt 
season. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from DeMatha 
High School in 1995 ...was an honorable men- 
tion All-American by USA Today ... named 
Prince George's County Player of the Year by 
the Prince George's Journal ... also earned first 
team all-state honors and All-Met recognition 
by the Washington Post ... was recognized on 
All-ACC area teams by BlueChip, National 
Recruiting Advisor and Tom Lemming ... 
rushed for 1,537 yards and 23 touchdowns 
during his senior season ... high school coach 
was Bill McGregor. 

PERSONAL: Born lulv 7, 1977 ... son of Car- 
olyn and Joseph Washington ... maioring in art 
studio ... earned 1997 Scholar- Athlete honors. 
Career Statistics 

AT TT INT 

1 2 

9 37 

10 39 



Year UT 

1996 1 

1997 28 

Totals 29 



LYNDE WASHINGTON UP CLOSE 



My motto is: why lose when you can win? 
Best advice I ever received: don't listen to what 
others say, trust yourself 
The word that best describes me is: original 
One thing you probably don't know about me 
is: that I'm stuck in the 70s 



Jon Watkins 



s 



Linebacker 
Perth Amboy, N.J. 
(Perth Amboy) 
5-1 1*229* So. 




MARYLAND: Redshirt sophomore who re- 
injured the same knee this spring that he hurt 
in the spring of 1997, requiring arthroscopic 
surgery in May ... coaches are hopeful he'll be 
at 100 percent when fall camp opens ... is list- 
ed No. 3 on the depth chart at an inside line- 
backer position. (1997) Suffered a knee injury 
during spring drills which prevented him from 
playing. (1996) Redshirt season. 
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Perth 
Amboy High School in 1996 ... earned All- 
America accolades from BlueChip Illustrated 
and All-East recognition from Tom Lemming 
and the National Recruiting Advisor ... was 
named third team all-state, all-county, all-area 
and all-conference as a senior ... was his 
school's wrestler of the year as a senior ... high 
school coach was Joe Stinson. 
PERSONAL: Born Julv 26, 1977 ... son of Car- 
ole and John A. Watkins, Sr. ... majoring in 
health education. 



JON WATKINS UP CLOSE 



My motto is: always work hard because someone is 
out there working harder 
The greatest thing about being a student- 
athlete is: the respect you get from other people 
My craziest ambition is: to be a coach 
One thing you probably don't know about me 
is: I bench-press 455 pounds 



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Harold Westley 



Jamie Wu 



Tailback 

Deerfield Beach, Fla. 
(Cardinal Gibbons) 
5-7* 178* Jr. 




MARYLAND: Junior running back who enters 
fall camp backing up sophomore LaMont Jor- 
dan at the tailback spot ... coming off an excel- 
lent spring in which he opened eyes with his 
consistent play ... an explosive player with 
quick feet ... is very dangerous in the open field 
and has the speed to go the distance ... pound 
for pound he is one of the strongest players on 
the team ... returned to his more natural run- 
ning back position after playing at wide receiv- 
er last season ... rushed 21 times for a game- 
high 70 yards in the annual spring game. 
(1997) Moved to wide receiver from running 
back, appearing in eight games as a sopho- 
more ... caught two passes for 10 yards and 
had six carries for 16 yards. (1996) Became 
only the third Terp freshman in school history 
to rush for more than 100 yards when he 
totaled 120 yards on 1 1 attempts vs. Wake For- 
est ... earned ACC Rookie of the Week honors 
for his effort vs. the Demon Deacons ... was the 
Terps' leading rusher through seven games ... 
totaled 421 rushing yards, the most by a Terp 
freshman since 1990. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Cardinal 
Gibbons High School in 1996 ... was a team- 
mate of Terp quarterback Ken Mastrole as a 
prep ... was a Top 50 prospect in Florida by the 
National Recruiting Advisor ... earned All- 
South recognition from Tom Lemming and 
BlueChip ... high school coach was Don Mari- 
no. 

PERSONAL: Born Jan. 2, 1977 ... son of Helen 
and Harold Westley ... majoring in criminolo- 
gy and criminal justice. 
Career Statistics 
Year TC Yds Avg TD 

1996 116 421 3.6 2 

1997 6 Id 2.7 
totals 122 437 5.6 2 



HAROLD WESTLEY UP CLOSE 



My motto is: patience; things come to those who 

wait 

My craziest ambition is: to be six-foot-five 

My hero is: my dad 

One thing you probably don't know about me 

is: I like to play a little golf 




Offensive Guard 
St. Charles, 
(St. Charles) 
6-3* 292* Jr. 




MARYLAND: Junior letterman who came out 
of spring camp No. 1 on the depth chart at 
right guard ... one of the strongest players on 
the team, he has dropped a significant amount 
of weight and increased his mobility. (1997) 
Saw limited action as a sophomore after mak- 
ing the transition from defensive to offensive 
line ... worked at both guard positions and 
center during spring. (1996) Registered eight 
tackies in five games as a defensive lineman ... 
recovered a lateral against NC State and had 



one tackle for loss vs. North Carolina. (1995) 
Redshirt season. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from St. Charles 
High School in 1995 ... was an All-America 
selection by Scholastic Coach magazine and 
Street & Smith's ... also was a Midwest All-Star 
by BlueChip and the National Recruiting Advi- 
sor ... was team captain and conference MVP 
as a senior ... was an All-America and all-state 
performer in track and field ... maintained a 
4.0 high school GPA ... high school coach was 
Buck Drach. 

PERSONAL: Born Sept. 18, 1977 ... son of 
Donna and Robert Wu ... majoring in art stu- 
dio. 



JAMIE WU UP CLOSE 



If I was Coach Vanderlinden for a day, I would: 

schedule a game at Hawaii 

If I lost all my possessions but one, I'd want to 

keep: my golf clubs 

If I could invite any three people in history to 

dinner, they would be: My grandfather, JFK, 

Michelangelo 




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Todd Bradley *DL 

6-2 * 255 * Fr. 

Yorktown,Va. 

(York) 



1A 



HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from York High 
School in l l > l >s ... .ill stale selection and a first 
team . \// Daily Press choice as a senior in 1997 
... led his loam in tackles, totaling 98 solos and 
42 assisted slops ... also hail two interceptions 
and four fumble recoveries ... led York I ligh in 
tackles as a junior, when he captured honor- 
able mention all state honors ... three yeai 
starter and two lime team captain ... helped his 
team to a 9 4 record and the state semifinals as 
a junior in 1 996 ... earned all-state honors in 
the shot put ... recruited hv West Virginia and 
Virginia Tech ... high school coach was Boh 
Pearce. 

PERSONAL: Born March 13, 1980 ... son of 
Dora and Cecil Bradley ... plans to major in 
criminology and criminal justice. 



Renard Cox ■• CB 

6-0* 185* Jr. 
Richmond, Va. 
(Huguenot- 
LackawannaJC) 



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JUNIOR COLLEGE: Started every game at 
cornerback during his two seasons at Lack- 
awanna Junior College in Scranton, Pa., while 
playing for former Terrapin Mark Duda (1979- 
82) ... named honorable mention All-North- 
east Football Conference in 1997 ... totaled 29 
solo tackles and 14 assists as a sophomore ... 
helped Lackawanna to a 9-2 record, a North- 
east Football Conference title, and a berth in 
the Dixie Rotary Bowl in St. George, Utah ... as 
a freshman in 1996, he recorded 35 total tack- 
les (28 solos), one interception and one sack ... 
also recruited by Wisconsin, Pitt and Michigan 
State. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Huguenot 
High School (Richmond, Va.) in 1996 ... 
earned all-district and all-city recognition as a 
senior. 

PERSONAL: Born March 3, 1978 ... son of 
Sandra and Fredrick Collier ... plans to major 
in economics. 



Matt Crawford * 0L 

6-6 * 295 * Fr. 
Moravia, N.Y. 
(Moravia) 



HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Moravia 

(N.Y.) High School in 1998 ... first team all- 
state selection in 1 997 by the New York sports- 
writers association ... rated New York's No. 8 
prospect overall by SuperPrep, the No. 8 often 

sive line prospect in the Big Fast Region in the 

preseason by PrepStar and the No. II overall 
prospect in the state by Tom Lemming ... start 
ed every game for four seasons ... played both 
ways (offensive tackle and defensive tackle I in 
addition to handling his team's placekicking 
and punting chores ... selected to the "Golden 
50" squad, an all-star game matching the top 
players from New York and New Jersey ... also 
was named a Section IV Conference all-star ... 
as a defensive player he totaled 20 career sacks 
and eight fumble recoveries ... recruited by 
Michigan State, Rutgers and Ole Miss. ... high 
school coach was Steve Woodard. 
PERSONAL: Born Jan. 8, 1980 ... son of Sheila 
and Dave Crawford ... plans to major in letters 
and sciences. 



Guilian Gary WR 

6-0* 185 * Fr. 

Horseheads, N.Y. 
(Horseheads) 



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HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Horseheads 
High School in 1998 ... named second team all- 
state and the Star-Gazette (Elmira, N.Y.) co- 
Player of the Year as a senior in 1997 ... rated 
New York's No. 5 prospect overall by SuperPrep 
... played wingback and defensive back ... 
caught 24 passes for 482 yards and seven 
touchdowns in addition to rushing for 948 
yards and 14 touchdowns on just 95 carries ... 
helped his high school team to consecutive 
Section 4 Class AA titles as a junior and senior 
... a player with 4.4 speed, Gary scored eight 
touchdowns of 40 yards or more, including 
runs of 62, 61, 59, 51 and 43 yards ... was 
recruited by Syracuse, Wisconsin and Georgia 
Tech ... high school coach was Joe Matejka. 
PERSONAL: Born June 5, 1980 ... son of Bren- 
da and Gregory Gary ... first name is pro- 
nounced "Julian" ... plans to major in letters 
and sciences. 



E.J. Henderson* LB 

6-2 * 208 * Fr. 
Aberdeen, Md. 
(Aberdeen) 



HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Aberdeen 
High School in 1998 ... tour-year starter who 
played on lour league championship teams ... 

stalled at middle linebacker/running hack his 

last three years alter stalling at outside line 

backer as a freshman ... senior honors included 
All-America recognition from PrepStar and 
honorable mention Ail-American (USA 
Today), first team all-county \eg\ Sporting 
Times), and first team All-Metro I Baltimore 
Shim accolades ... was named Harford < OUnt) 
Male Athlete ol the Year by the Aegis newspa- 
per ... played on teams that compiled a four- 
year record of 36-7, winning or sharing county 
championships all four seasons and capturing 
a regional title in '96 ... as a senior, he totaled 
148 tackles, six sacks and three fumble recover- 
ies in addition to rushing lor 1,127 yards and 
15 touchdowns from the running back posi- 
tion ... was nominated to play in the Chesa- 
peake Classic all-star game and was selected to 
the Mason-DLxon Shrine Classic ... an all- 
county (Aegis, Sporting Times) selection in bas- 
ketball ... recruited by West Virginia, North 
Carolina State, Boston College and Rutgers ... 
high school coach was Kevin Reilly. 
PERSONAL: Born Aug. 3, 1980 ... son of 
Quinette and Fric Henderson ... plans to major 
in letters and sciences. 



Charles Hill* PL 

6-2 * 245 * Fr. 
Palmer Park, Md. 
(Eleanor Roosevelt) 



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HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Eleanor 
Roosevelt High School in 1998 ... earned hon- 
orable mention all-county and honorable 
mention all-league honors as a senior in 1997 
... totaled 114 tackles, including 87 solos, and 
also had seven sacks, four fumble recoveries 
and four caused fumbles ... nominated to play 
in the Chesapeake Classic all-star game and the 
Mason-Dixon Classic ... two-way starter 
(DT/OT) as a senior ... his team won county 
and regional championships and lost in the 
state final his junior season ... a player with 
outstanding athleticism ... made dramatic 
strides in just two seasons of playing organized 
football ... was noticed on the basketball court 
by the football coach, who encouraged him to 
play football beginning his junior season ... 
played three years of varsity basketball ... 
recruited by North Carolina State, West Vir- 
ginia and North Carolina ... high school coach 
was Rick Houchens. 

PERSONAL: Born Nov. 1, 1980 ... son of Deb- 
orah Ford and Charles Hill ... plans to major in 
engineering. 



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The 1998 Terrapins/Newcomers 



Randall Jones *FS 

6-2 * 207 * Fr. 
Frederick, Md. 

(Gov. Johnson) 



V#% 



Bob Krantz * OG 



HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Gov. 
Thomas Johnson High School in 1997 ... 
attended the Naval Academy Prep School in 
Rhode Island in the fall of 1997 ... was a two- 
time all-state free safety at Gov. Thomas John- 
son High ... was a preseason All-American 
prior to his senior season by Street & Smith's ... 
led his high school team in interceptions for 
three seasons, totaling 21 in his career ... as a 
quarterback in '96, he rushed for 19 touch- 
downs and passed for 13 others ... was a three- 
time all-area and All-Central Maryland Con- 
ference selection at QB and free safety ... led his 
team with 123 total tackles as a senior ... Gov. 
Johnson reached the state semis his junior and 
senior seasons and the quarterfinals his sopho- 
more year ... at the Naval Academy Prep School 
he broke the school record for rushing touch- 
downs by a QB ... also played basketball in high 
school (where he was a teammate of current 
Terp basketball player Terence Morris), helping 
his team to a state 3A championship ... was a 
state high school champion as a senior in the 
1 10 hurdles and finished third in the state in 
the 300 intermediate hurdles and the long 
jump. 

PERSONAL: Born April 20, 1979 ... son of 
Karen and Randy Jones ... plans to major in 
business ... first name is pronounced "ran- 
DELL." 



Chad Killian *FB 

6-2 * 235 * Fr. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
(Fox Chapel) 



Jl 



HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Fox Chapel 
High School in 1 998 ... earned third team all- 
state honors and USA Today honorable men- 
tion All-America recognition as a senior in 
1997 after rushing for 1,436 yards and scoring 
2S touchdowns ... also was a first team All- 
Quad A East choice and was selected to the 
fabulous 22 team by the Pittsburgh Post- 
Gazette ... helped his team to a 10-2 record and 
a berth in the semifinals of the postseason 
playoffs ... also played linebacker ... earned first 
team all-conference honors as a junior ... led 
Ins team ill rushing as a sophomore ... high 
school coach was Foe Naunchuk. 
PERSONAL: Bom March 3, 19X0 ... son of 
Bonnie and Paul Killian ... his father played 
college football al Pitt ... his brother, P.J., played 
football at Virginia and with the Cleveland 
Browns, and his brother Todd played football 

al Duquesne ... was l>nin in Washington, 1).( . 

... plans to major in letters and sciences. 



6-5 * 270 
Clifton, Va. 
(Centreville) 



Fr. 




HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Centreville 
High School in 1998 ... named first team All- 
Met by the Washington Post, first team all-state 
(coaches), honorable mention All-American 
by USA Today, and a SuperPrep all-region 
choice in 1997 ... also was named to George 
Michael's "Golden 11" all-star team ... as an 
offensive tackle, he was rated the top lineman 
in the state by Tom Lemming and the No. 3 
offensive line prospect in the ACC region by 
the National Recruiting Advisor and PrepStar ... 
Centreville won a district title and finished 
runner-up in the region while posting a 10-2 
record in 1997 ... also recruited by Virginia, 
Virginia Tech, Florida and Penn State, among 
others ... high school coach was Dan Foglio. 
PERSONAL: Born Dec. 26, 1979 ... plans to 
major in business ... son of Emily and Robert 
Krantz, Jr. ... plans to major in letters and sci- 
ences. 



Rod Littles *DB 

5-11* 185 *Fr. 
Gainesville, Fla. 
(Gainesville) 



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HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Gainesville 
High School in 1998 ... captured Gainesville 
Sun Defensive Player of the Year honors as a 
senior ... also named all-state, all-district and 
all-area in addition to pulling down team MVP 
honors ... totaled 82 tackles and four intercep- 
tions while playing outside linebacker and safe- 
ty ... on offense, he totaled 512 yards ... as a 
junior, he earned all-area and second team all- 
state recognition ... participated on the track 
and field team, helping the school's 4x100 
meter relay team to a second place state finish 
in 1997 ... recruited by Alabama ... high school 
coach was Ed lames. 

PERSONAL: Born Dec. 29, 1979 ... son of 
Sylvia and Joe Littles ... plans to major in letters 
and sciences. 



Sam Man/is *0L 

6-3 * 255 * Fr. 
Greensburg, Pa. 

(Hempfield Area) 



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HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Hempfield 
Area High School in 1998 ... three-year varsity 
starter who played both offensive tackle and 
defensive end ... as a senior in 1997, he was a 
first team All-Quad South selection at defen- 
sive end after leading his team in sacks (7) and 
totaling 89 tackles ... he helped Hempfield to 
the first playoff win in school history in 1997 ... 
Hempfield also reached the playoffs in consec- 
utive seasons for the first time in 42 years ... 
was selected to the Foothill Classic all-star 
game and was nominated for the Big 33 all-star 
game ... as a junior, he was a first team all- 
league selection as an offensive tackle ... he 
started at offensive tackle as a sophomore ... led 
his basketball team in scoring and rebounding 
... his father played football at Kentucky and is 
a former high school football coach ... high 
school coach was Casey Cavanaugh. 
PERSONAL: Born Sept. 8, 1979 ... son of Kath- 
leen and Samuel Marvis ... plans to major in 
letters and sciences. 



Calvin McCall * QB 

6-3*183*Fr. 
Orlando, Fla. 
(Dr. Phillips) 



9 



HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Dr. Phillips 
High School in 1998 ... named the Central 
Florida Player of the Year and a third-team all- 
state selection in 1997 ... selected to SuperPrep's 
all-regional team ... was recruited by Florida 
and Syracuse for football, and Kansas, Central 
Florida and South Florida for basketball ... 
completed 72 of 125 passes for 1,312 yards, 21 
touchdowns and just two interceptions as a 
senior ... led team to a 10-1 record and district 
and conference championships ... selected to 
play in the North-South all-star game ... as a 
junior, he played safety and starred tor the top- 
rated defense in central I lorida, earning sec- 
ond team all-state honors ... averaged more 
than 17 ppg during an all state basketball 
career and hit better than .320 during bis base 
ball career ... selected to the Metro Conference 
Hall of Fame ... high school coach was Chip 
( lierke. 

PERSONAL: Bom March 7, L980...sonol Lola 
and Kevin McCall ... plans to major in psychol- 
< >g) . 



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The 1998 Terrapins/Newcomers 



Marlon Moore * SS 

6-1 * 210 * Fr. 

Brandywine, Md. 
(Potomac) 



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HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Potomac 
High School in 1998 ... earned second team 
All-Mel (Washington Post) recognition and 
first team All Prince George's ( ount) honors 
.is ,i senior linebacker ...a multi purpose playei 
in high school \\ hn played a varietj ol posi 
tions, including tight end, fullback, wide 
receiver, running hack, linebacker, salch and 
kick returner ... posted 10 1 total tackles (36 
solos), five sacks, three blocked kicks and one 
interception in '97... also had 20 receptions for 
i 19 yards and two touchdowns ... returned six 
kickoffs for 171 yards (28.5 average), including 
a 70-yard TD ... also returned a blocked punt 
for a score ... was a preseason Street c- Smith's 
All American ... selected to play in the Mason 
Dixon shnne ( lassie ... as a junior, he earned 
second team All-Met honors alter helping lead 
his team to a 1(1 1 record ... during his sopho- 
more season, Potomac finished 11-2 and 
reached the state championship game ... also 
lettered in basketball and track and field ... was 
recruited by Florida, North Carolina, North 
( arolina State, Syracuse and Michigan state ... 
high school coach was Eric Knight. 
PERSONAL: Born lune 11, 1980 ... son of 
Marie and Basil Move ... plans to major in gen- 
eral business. 

Tony Okanlawon * DB 



5-11* 180* Fr. 
Forestville, Md. 

(DeMatha) 




HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from DeMatha 
High School in 1998 ... named first team All- 
Washington Catholic Athletic Conference, All- 
Prince George's County, second team All-Met 
by the Washington Post and honorable men- 
tion All-American by USA Today as a senior in 
1997 ... helped his high school team to an 11-1 
record as a senior ... recorded five intercep 
tions, returning one for a touchdown, and also 
returned a punt for a TD ... caught two TD 
passes at the wide receiver position ... as a 
junior in 1996, he had four interceptions in 
helping the Stags to an 8-2 mark ... was a mem- 
ber ot the track team that set the school record 
in the -1x100 meter relay (42.6) ... high school 
coach was Bill McGregor. 
PERSONAL: Born March 4. 1979 ... son of 
Bodunrin and Toye Okanlawon ... born in 
1 agos, Nigeria ... last name is pronounced "oh- 
KAHN-luh-WAHN" ... plans to major in letters 
and sciences. 



Marc Riley RB 

6-3 * 205 * Fr. 
Coram, N.Y. 
(Longwood) 



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llK.il S( IIOOI : i ,i.i, lu. n,, I hum I ongwood 

High School in 1998 ... rushed for 1,205 yards 

and 12 touchdowns while setting a school 
record with 18 1 carries as a senior in 1997 ... 
caught eight passes lor 123 yards and two 
touchdowns ... rated New York's No. i prospect 
overall by SuperPrep ... earned All long Island, 
all-county and all-division honors as a senior 
alter capturing second team all stale, All lung 
Island, all count) and all division accolades his 
junior season ... was the recipient ol the Han 
son Award as the best player in Suffolk County 
as a junior ... during his career, he set school 
marks for rushing yards (2,8201, carries (371), 
touchdowns (31) and average yards per carry 
(7.6) ... considered one ot the best players ever 
to come out of Longwood High ... was a threat 
to score every time he touched the ball, accord- 
ing to his coach ... also recruited by Penn State, 
Ohio State, Virginia, Georgia Tech, NC State, 
Syracuse, Boston College, Michigan State and 
Wisconsin ... high school coach was Joseph 
Cipp. 

PERSONAL: Born Ian. 23, 1980 ... son of Deb- 
orah Britton-Riley and Michael Riley ... plans 
to major in letters and sciences. 



Durrand Roundtree * DE 

6-3 * 235 * Fr. 

Baltimore, Md. 
(Lansdowne) 



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HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Lansdowne 
High School in 1998 ... selected first team All- 
Baltimore County as a senior in 1997 ... played 
both defensive end and fullback ... led the team 
with eight sacks as a senior in addition to rush- 
ing for 351 yards and five touchdowns on just 
57 carries ... played in the Baltimore County 
Senior All-Star game and was selected to the 
Mason-Dixon Shrine Classic ... as a junior in 
1996, he led the team to its first winning season 
in 10 years, registering four sacks and rushing 
for 375 yards and two touchdowns ... was 
selected first team All-Baltimore County as a 
linebacker ... also lettered in basketball and 
track ... high school coach was Frank Meehan. 
PERSONAL: Born Feb. 16, 1980 ... son of lew- 
ell Anderson and Duncan Roundtree ... plans 
to major in letters and sciences. 



Nate Rust, Jr. *DE 

6-4 * 244 * Jr. 
Harrington, Del. 
(Lake Forest- 
Lackawanna JC) 



LACKAWANNA JC: Started every game on the 
defensive line during his two seasons al I ai I 
awanna junior College in Scranton, Pa 

played under former ferp Mark Duda (1979- 
82 i ... totaled I I sacks in Ins two year l< career 
... named first team All Northeasl Football 
Conference as a sophomore in 1997 alter regis 
tering five sacks, 33 solo tackles, and 28 assists 

... helped Lackawanna to a 9-2 record and a 
Northeast Football Conference championship 
in 1997 ... Lackawanna was ranked as high as 
eighth in the nation and played in the Dixie- 
Rotary Bowl in St. deorge, Utah ... as a fresh- 
man, he had si\ sacks and IS total lackles in 
addition to recovering three tumbles ... also 
played baseball in junior college, earning 
region all-star recognition in 1997 after leading 
Lackawanna in home runs (4) and RBls (31) ... 
recruited by Arkansas. 

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Lake Forest 
High School (Felton, Del.) in 1996 ... earned 
all-state honors in football and baseball and 
was a state heavyweight champion in wrestling 
... earned Gridiron Player ol the Year and Ath- 
lete of the Year honors as a senior ... selected to 
the Blue/Gold game. 

PERSONAL: Born Oct. 4, 1978 ... son of Bren- 
da A. Moffett ... plans to major in economics. 



Maurice Shaw * WR 

6-0 * 180* Fr. 
Suitland, Md. 

(Suitland) 



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HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Suitland 
High School in 1998 ... named first team All- 
Prince George's County as a wide receiver, sec- 
ond team All-Met i Washington Post) as a kick 
returner, and second team all-state in 1997 ... 
was an all-region choice by PrepStar ... caught 
35 passes for 720 yards (20.6 average) and 11 
touchdowns ... had three interceptions as a 
defensive back ... led Suitland to a 12-1 record 
and an appearance in the state title game ... was 
named honorable mention all-county ... was a 
recipient of the George Michael Golden 1 1 
award ... also competed in track and field, run- 
ning on a state championship relay team ... 
from the same high school as current Mary- 
land running back La.Mont Jordan ... recruited 
by Virginia ... high school coach was Nick 
Lynch. 

PERSONAL: Born Aug. 5, 1979 ... son of Beate 
and James Shaw ... plans to major in letters and 
sciences. 



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The 1998 Terrapins/Newcomers 



William ShimeDE 

6-4 * 220 * Fr. 

Ft. Washington, Md. 
(Bishop McNamara) 



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HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Bishop 
McNamara High School in 1998 ... foreign 
exchange student from Cameroon who was 
named second team All-Washington Catholic 
Athletic Conference as a senior in 1997, his first 
year of playing organized football ... totaled 47 
tackles, eight sacks and two fumble recoveries 
... also recruited by Mississippi and Marshall, 
among others ... high school coach was Chip 
Armstrong. 

PERSONAL: Born Jan. 19, 1979 in Cameroon 
... son of Alougou and Formhor Shime ... 
speaks three languages (German, French, Eng- 
lish) ... last name is pronounced "SHE-may" ... 
plans to major in general business. 



Tyrone Stewart * DB 

6-0 * 1 80 * Fr. 

Washington, D.C. 
(Anacostia) 



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HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Anacostia 
High School in 1998 ... three-time first team 
All-DCIAA selection, honorable mention All- 
Met (Washington Post) selection, and a Super- 
Prep all-region choice as a senior in 1997 ... led 
the D.C. area in interceptions (8) as a senior ... 
helped his team to the city championship game 
... was a three-year starter who totaled 18 
interceptions, 157 tackles and seven fumble 
recoveries during his career ... also played bas- 
ketball and baseball and ran track ... played 
high school football under his father, Willie 
Stewart, who is Anacostia's head coach ... was 
recruited by Indiana, Wake Forest and Mar- 
shall. 

PERSONAL: Born March 10, 1980 ... son of 
Anita and Willie Stewart ... plans to major in 
letters and sciences. 



ToddWike*TE 

6-3 * 240 * Fr. 
Lebanon, Pa. 
(Lebanon) 



«1 



HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Lebanon 
(Pa.) High School in 1998 ... earned All-Amer- 
ica honors from USA Today, SuperPrep, Prep- 
Star and the National Recruiting Advisor ... also 
was named to the Harrisburg (Pa.) Patriot- 
News all-star team, second team all-state and 
all-county as a tight end, linebacker and punter 
... as a senior in 1997, he had 14 receptions for 
101 yards and five touchdowns ... from his 
linebacker spot, he had 112 total tackles, 
including 63 solo stops ... also connected on 
three field goals, with a long of 42 yards ... 
received scholarship offers from 18 Division I- 
A schools, including Virginia, NC State, Geor- 
gia Tech, Wake Forest, Clemson, Northwestern, 
Stanford and Michigan State ... selected to play 
in the Mason-Dixon Classic ... was the first 
freshman to earn a varsity letter in the 100-year 
history of Lebanon's football program ... 
totaled 174 points, 12 TD receptions, 31 catch- 
es and 264 tackles in his varsity career ... 
ranked No. 2 academically in his class ... mem- 
ber of the student council ... also played on the 
basketball team, helping Lebanon to three con- 
secutive league titles and four straight section 
championships ... was nominated for the 
McDonald's AU-Star game ... high school coach 
was Tom Jordan. 

PERSONAL: Born Nov. 18, 1979 ... son of 
Kevin Wike ... plans to major in biochemisti \ 




LaMo 



i one of the Terps' top newcomers a year ago. 



68 



The Opponents 












\i 



69 



MARYLAND FOOTBALL 



The Opponents 




James Madison Dukes 



Bridgeforth Stadium 




Alex Wood 



Tony Booth 




September 5 — Byrd Stadium, College Park, Md. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Harrisonburg, Va. 
Founded: 1908 
Enrollment: 14,000 
Conference: Atlantic- 1 
Nickname: Dukes 
Colors: Purple and Gold 
President: Dr. Ronald E. Carrier 
Athletic Director: Donald L. Lemish 
Stadium: Bridgeforth Stadium (12,500) 
Surface: Artificial surface 

MEDIA INFORMATION 

Football SID: Gary Michael 

Office: 540-568-6154 

FAX: 540-568-3703 

Press Box: 540-568-652 1 

Home: 540-337-7310 

Assistant: Curt Dudley 

Home: 540-828-0219 

Overnight Mailing Address: Godwin Hall, 

Room 220, James Madison University, 

Harrisonburg, VA 22807 
Weekly Press Conference: Monday, noon 
Internet Address: www.jmu.edu (click sports) 

FAXBACK INFORMATION 

Phone Number: 201-947-4062 
Release Code: 2341 
Statistics Code: 2343 
Game Book Code: 2346 



TEAM PROFILE 

1997 Record: 5-6 

Conference Record: 3-5 (9th) 

Offense: One Back 

Defense: 4-3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 49/14 

Offensive Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 

Defensive Starters Returning/Lost: 6/5 

HONORS CANDIDATES 

Tony Booth, FS; Earnest Payton, WR; Jason 
Inskeep, OT; Curtis Keaton, TB. 

OFFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING 

Marc Bacote, WR; Andy Bonham, T; 
Delvin Joyce, TB; Greg Maddox, QB; 
Earnest Pavton, WR; Dee Shropshire, G; 
Matt Von Schuch, G; John Wakely, TE. 

DEFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING 

Derrick Ball, E; Tony Booth, FS; Mark Coates, 
CB; Jason Inskeep, T; Anthony Little, SS; 
Aaron Moxley, LB. 

SERIES HISTORY 

First meeting 



SCHEDULE/RESULTS 



1998 SCHEDULE 


9/5 


at Maryland 


9/12 


Hofstra 


9/19 


Villanova 


9/26 


Elon 




10/3 


at Ric 


hmond 


10/10 


at UMass 


10/17 


William & Mary 


10/24 


Maine 


10/31 


at Rhode Island 


11/7 


Northeastern 


11/21 


at Delaware 


1997 RESULTS 




6-24 


L 


at Ball Slate 


32-27 


W 


E. Tennessee State 


13-10 


W 


UMass 


24-22 


w 


al Maine 


19 


L 


at Villanova 


25 $8 


L 


at William i\ Mar) 


27-49 


I. 


Delaware 


21-26 


L 


Richmond 


17 II 


L 


at Northeastern 


39-37 (3ot)W 


Rhode Island 


31-14 


W 


Boston University 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Alex Wood, Iowa '79 

Career Record: 20-14 (3 years) 

James Madison: 20-14 (3 years) 

Best time to Call: Weekdays, 1 1:30 a.m. -noon 

Office Phone: 540-568-6517 

Assistant Coaches: Dan Werner, OC/QB; 
Bob Fello, DC/DB; Bob Crocker, RB; 
Tom Everson, LB/ST; Ron Mattes, OL; Ted 
Monachino, DL; Charles Bankins, WR/TE; 
Bernard Clark, DL; Mark Maciejewski, 
DB Asst.; Brent Secrist, OL Asst. 



RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS 



RUSHING 


ATT 


NET 


Delvin Joyce, TB 


116 


121 


Anthony Moore, TB 


123 


355 


Wayne Bacon, TB 


27 


96 


PASSING 


PA- PC 


INT 


( Ireg Maddox, QB 


268 13d 


8 


John DeFilippo, QB 


ld-28 


5 


RECEIVING 


NO 


YDS 


far nest Pavton, WR 


40 


111 


Lindsay Fleshman, WR 


31 


19 


John Wakely, 1 1 


2d 


229 


1 (elvin Joyce, TB 


22 


197 


DEFENSE 


UT 


AT 


Tony Booth, 1 S 


63 


55 


\ ii. hi Moxley, I B 


28 


31 


lason Inskeep. D'l 


20 


so 



AVG 

3.6 
2.9 
3.6 

YDS 

1 738 
ill 

AVG 

19.4 
12.7 

s.s 

4.0 

S\( k 





3 



TD 

3 
4 


TD 

12 

: 

TD 

5 
i 

1 
1 

INI 

8 
II 




70 



The Opponents 




Virginia Cavaliers 



David A. Harrison III Field at Scott Stadium 




George Welsh 



Anthony Poindexter 




SCHEDULE/RESULTS 



1998 SCHEDULE 



9 3 


at Auburn 


9 12 


Man 


land 


9/19 


Clem 


son 


9 26 


at Duke 


Hi 3 


San 1 


ose state 


10/17 


at < ieorgia Tech 


10/24 


N< State 




at Wake Forest 


11/7 


at Florida State 


11/14 


North Carolina 


11/28 


at Virginia Tech 


1997 RESULTS 




17-28 


L 


Auburn 


26-7 


W 


Richmond 


20-48 


L 


at North Carolina 


21-13 


W 


Wake Forest 


21-7 


W 


at Clemson 


13-10 


w 


Duke 


21-47 


L 


Florida State 


45-0 


W 


at Maryland 


35-31 


w 


i ieorgia Tech 


24-31 


L 


.it N( State 


34-2(1 


W 


Virginia Tech 



September 12 — Scott Stadium, Charlottesville, Va. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

I ocation: ( harlottes\ [lie, Va. 

Founded: 1819 

Enrollment: 18,279 

( lonference: Atlantic ( oast 

Nickname: ( lavaliers 

Colors: * 'range and Blue 

President: [ohn 1. Casteen III 

Athletic Director: Terry Holland 

Stadium: ( arl Smith ( Center, home of David 

A. Harrison III Field at Scott stadium 

(40,000) 
Surface: Prescription Athletic Turf 

MEDIA INFORMATION 

Football SID: Rich Murray 

Office: 804-982-5500 

FAX: 804-982-5525 

Press Box: 804-296-5910 

Home: 804-978-2966 

Assistant: Michael Colley 

Home: 804-975-5477 

Overnight Mailing Address: Massie cv 

Alderman Roads, Onesty Hall, 

Charlottesville, Va. 22903 
Weekly Press Conference: Monday, 1 1:30 a.m. 
Internet Address: uww.virginiasports.com 

FAXBACK INFORMATION 

Phone Number: 336-854-5859 
Release Code: 81050 
Statistics Code: 81052 
Game Book Code: 81053 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: George Welsh, Navy '56 

Career Record: L67-1 18-4 I 23 years 

Virginia: 112-72-3 16 years 

Best time to Call: Contact Sports Information 
Office 

Office Phone: 804-982-5900 

Assistant Coaches: Rick Lantz, DC/LB; Sparkv 
Woods, OC/QB; Art Markos, DB; Bob 
Petchel, DE; Andre Powell, W'R; Bob Price, 
RB; Paul Schudel, OL; David Turner, DT: 
Danny Wilmer, RC/TE. 



RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS 



TEAM PROFILE 

199 Record: 7-4 

( onference Record: - 

i )ffense: Multiple I 

Defense I 

1 1 id i men Returning/I ost: 32/15 

( offensive Starters Returning/Lost: 6/6 

Defensive Starters Returning Lost: 9 i 

HONORS CANDIDA! is 

Aaron Brooks, QB; Antonio Dingle, DT; 
Thomas lones, IB; Patrick Kerney, I 'I ; 
Anthony Poindexter. S; Wali Rainer, LB; 
I Iwayne Stukes, < B; Byron Thweatt, LB; 
Terrence Wilkins, W'R. 

OFFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING 

Aaron Brooks, QB; Thomas lones, I B; Casey 
Crawford, TE; Robert 1 hint, OT; Fady 
Chamoun, OG; Noel LaMontagne, OG. 

DEFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING 

Travis Griffith, DE; Patrick Kerney, DE; 

Antonio Dingle, DT; Johnny Shivers, DT; 
W'ale Elegbe; LB; Wali Rainer, LB; ! 
Thweatt, LB; Anthony Poindexter, S; 
Dwayne Stukes, ( B. 

SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record: Maryland leads 37-23-2 
Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 17-9-2 
Series at Virginia: Maryland leads 19-13-0 
Neutral: Tied 1-1-0 
1 ust Meeting: 1919, Maryland, 13-0 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1991 (17-6) 
Last Terrapin Win at Virginia: 1990 (35-30) 
1 ast Cavalier Win at Maryland: 1997 ■ 
Last Cavalier Win at Virginia: 1996 (21-3) 
Current Series Streak: Virginia has won 6 
Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: 43 

(55-12, 1959) 
Virginia's Largest Margin of Victor)': 45 

(45-0, 199" 



RUSHING 


ATT 


NI 1 


Thomas Jones, TB 


201 


692 


Aaron Brooks, QB 


S3 


255 


Antwoine W'omack, TB 


44 


208 


Anthony Southern, FB/TB 


43 


158 


PASSING 


PA- PC 


INT 


Aaron Brooks, QB 


270-164 


7 


Dan Ellis, QB 


33-17 


1 


RECEIVING 


NO 


YDS 


Terrence Wilkins, W'R 


37 


506 


Anthony Southern, FB/TB 


18 


207 


DEFENSE 


UT 


AT 


Wali Rainer, LB 


66 


52 


Byron Thweatt, LB 


62 


35 


Anthony Poindextei S 


25 





3.4 
3.0 

4.7 

3.7 

YDS 

252 

AVG 

13.7 
11.5 

SACK 

9 
3 




TD 

4 
5 

(I 
1 

TD 

20 

1 

TD 

4 
1 

INT 
1 


4 



71 



T B A 



The Opponents 




Mountaineer Field 




Don Nehlen 



Amos Zereoue 



^ 



SCHEDULE/RESULTS 



1998 SCHEDULE 


9/5 


Ohio State 


9/19 


Mar 


viand 


9/26 


Tulsa 


10/3 


at Navy 


10/10 


at Temple 


10/24 


Miami 


10/31 


atV 


rginia Tech 


11/7 


Svra 


cuse 


11/14 


at Rutgers 


11/21 


Boston College 


11/27 


at Pitt 


1997 RESULTS 




42-31 


W 


Marshall 


24-17 


\\ 


1 . Carolina 


24-31 


1 


at Boston ' ollege 




u 


at Miami 


48 


W 


Rutgers 


31 14 


w 


at Marvl.nn] 


30-17 


w 


Virginia Tech 


10 in 


L 


at Syracuse 


41-21 


W 


lei u pie 


14-21 


L 


.it Notre Dame 


18 II ot) 


L 


Pitt 




L 


1 gia lech 

(< iarquesl Howl i 



West Virginia Mountaineers 

September 19 — Mountaineer Field, Morgantown, W.V. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Morgantown, W.V. 
Founded: 1867 
Enrollment: 22,200 
Conference: Big East 
Nickname: Mountaineers 
Colors: Old Gold and Blue 
President: David C. Hardesty, Ir. 
Athletic Director: Ed Pastilong 
Stadium: Mountaineer Field (63,500) 
Surface: Astro-Turf 

MEDIA INFORMATION 

Football SID: Shelly Poe 

Office: 304-293-2821 

FAX: 304-293-4105 

Press Box: 304-293-3799 

Home: 304-599-7259 

Assistant: John Antonik 

Home: 304-598-2826 

Overnight Mailing Address: 107 Coliseum, 

Morgantown, W.V. 26507 
Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday, 1 p.m. 
Internet Address: www.msnsportsnet.com 

FAXBACK INFORMATION 

Phone Number: Contact Big East 
Release Code: 2310 
Statistics Code: 2311 
Game Book Code: 2315 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Don Nehlen, Bowling Green '58 

Career Record: 183-1 12-8 (27 years) 

West Virginia: 130-77-4 (18 years! 

Best time to Call: Big East conference call 

Office Phone Number: 304-293-4194 

Assistant Coaches: Doc Holliday, AHC/WR; 

Steve Dunlap, DC/LB; Dan Simrell, 

OC/QB; Tony Pierce, RB; Bill Legg, OL; 

Dave McMichael, OL; Bill Kirelawich, DL; 

lerrv Holmes, DB; Donnie Young, RC/LB. 



RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS 



TEAM PROFILE 

1997 Record: 7-5 

Conference Record: 4-3 (4th) 

Offense: Multiple I 

Defense: Multiple 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 39/20 

Offensive Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 

Defensive Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 

HONORS CANDIDATES 

Amos Zereoue, TB; John Thornton, DT; Gary 
Stills, LB; Shawn Foreman, WR. 

OFFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING 

Amos Zereoue, TB; Marc Bulger, QB; Shawn 
Foreman, WR; David Saunders, WR; 
Solomon Page, OT; Bryan Pukenas, OG; 
Randy Dunnigan, OG; Eric deGroh, C. 

DEFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING 

John Thornton, NG; Gary Stills, LB; Damon 
Cogdell, ILB; Nate Terry, CB; Perlo 
Bastien, CB; Barrett Green, LB; Gary 
Thompkins, S. 

SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record: West Virginia leads 17-16-2 
Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 9-8-1 
Series at West Virginia: West Virginia leads 

9-7-1 
First Meeting: 1919, West Virginia, 27-0 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1995 (31-17) 
Last Terrapin Win at West Virginia: 1994 

(24-13) 
Last Mountaineer Win at Maryland: 1993 

(42-37) 
Last Mountaineer Win at West Virginia: l L > l ><i 

(13-0) 
Current Series Streak: West Virginia has won 

2 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: 47 

(54-7, 1951) 
West Virginia's Largest Margin of Victory: 31 

(55-24, 1988) 



RUSHING 


ATT 


NET 


Amos Zereoue, RB 


281 


1589 


PASSING 


PA- PC 


INT 


Marc Bulger, QB 


323-192 


10 


RECEIVING 


NO 


YDS 


Shavi n 1 oreman, WR 


77 


928 


David Saunders, WR ('96) 


76 


1043 


Khori Ivy.WR 


19 


282 


Pat Greene, WR 


32 


I'H 


Dl II \SI 


UT 


AT 


Barrett < Ireen, 1 B 


I ' 


19 


( ,.n\ Stills, IB 


16 


21 



AVG 

3.7 

YDS 

1465 

AVG 

12.1 
13.7 
I 1.8 

l ■ I 

SA< K 

) 

12 



TD 



TD 

14 

TD 

5 

5 
I 
1 

INT 

I 

(i 



72 



The Opponents 




Temple Owls 



Veterans Stadium 




r 


^ 


. , 




** 


r 


» 





Bobby Wallace 



Kevin Harvey 




SCHEDULE/RESULTS 



1998 SCHEDULE 



9 5 


at 


Toledo 


9 i: 


Akron 


9/19 


at Boston College 


9/26 


at 


Maryland 


III i 


William &Mary 


10/10 


W 


sst Virginia 


10/17 


at 


Virginia Tech 


Hi )] 


at 


Rutgers 


11/7 


at Pittsburgh 


1114 


M 


ami 


11/21 


sy 


racuse 


1997 RESULTS 


14-34 


L 


at W. Michigan 


28-21 


W 


Boston College 


10-52 


I 


at Penn State 


13-23 


I. 


\ irginia Tech 


21-24 


L 


Maryland 


17-13 


W 


Pittsburgh 


60 


I. 


at Syracuse 


13-47 


L 


at Miami 


49-7 


W 


Rutgers 


17-49 


L 


at \av\ 


21-41 


L 


at West Virginia 



September 26 — Byrd Stadium, College Park, Mil. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Philadelphia, Pa. 

Founded: 1884 

Enrollment: $0,000 

i onference: Big I ast 

Nickname: ( h\ Is 

( elms ( I hi i \ and White 

President: Peter I. Liacouras 

Athletic Director: Dave ( >'Brien 

Stadium: Veterans Stadium (66,592) 

sin face: Astro Tin I 8 

MEDIA INFORMATION 

Football SID: Kevin Lorincz 

Office: 213-204-7443 

LAX: 215-204-7499 

Press Box: 213 271 1013 

Home: 609-464-9886 

Overnight Mailing Address: 1700 N. Broad 

Street. Vivacqua Hall, 4th Floor, 

Philadelphia, PA 19122 
Weekly Press Conference: TBA 
Internet Address: owlsport@blue.temple.edu 

FAXBACK INFORMATION 

Phone Number: 201-947-3918 
Release Code: 2410 
Statistics Code: 2412 
Came Book Code: 24 1 3 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Bobby Wallace 

Career Record: 82-36-1 (10 years) 

Temple: First season 

Best time to Call: Arrange through SID 

Assistant Coaches: Al Kincaid, AHC/OC; 

Raymond Monica, DC; Tim Stowers, OL; 

Rocky Hager, LB; Blair Thomas, RB; 

Willie Jones, DL; Rob Likens, WR; 

Mike Maclntvre, DB; Chris Roulhac, 

RC/TE. 



RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS 



TEAM PROFILE. 

I'' 1 ' R I 

( onference Re I ; 1(1 ith 

Offense: slot I 

Defense: 1 I 

I ettermen Returning/1 ost: 14 18 

i Iffensive starters Returning/Losl I 

1 >efensive Starters Returning/Lost: 6/5 

HONORS CANDIDATES 

Kevin Harvey, QB; I Imarko [ackson, IB; 
Stacey Mack, IB; Sunt Oster, ( >< ,. 

OFFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING 

Pal Bonner, QB; Konrad Dean, OG; Elmarko 

Jackson, I B; Brent [ohnstone, IB; Tim 
Leach, OT; ( harlie Morns, (.; Scott Oster, 
OG. 

DEFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING 
I amond Adams, ( B; W. I >eion Met allum, 
IB; LeVar rally, I B; Michael fripp, HI 
Jerry Unas, SS; Kenyatta Williamson, I > I. 

SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record: Mai viand leads 1-0-0 
Series at Maryland: None 
Series at Temple: Maryland leads 1-0-0 
Neutral: None 

First Meeting: 1997, Maryland, 24-21 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: None 
Last Terrapin Win at Temple: 1997 I 24-2 I I 
Last Temple Win at Maryland: None 
Last Temple Win at Temple: None 
Current Series Streak: Maryland has won I 
Maryland's largest Margin ol \ utorv: ^ 
(24-21, 1997) 



RUSHING 


ATT 


Stacey Mack, TB 


173 


Elmarko Jackson, TB 


129 


PASSING 


PA- PC 


Kevin Harvey, QB 


38-21 


RECEIVING 


NO 


Stacey Mack, TB 


23 


Elmarko Jackson, TB 


13 


DEFENSE 


UT 


[erry I'rias, S 


h4 


Kenyatta Williamson, DT 


36 



NET 

842 
645 

INT 

3 

YDS 

22^ 
72 

AT 

30 
29 



AVG 

4.9 
5.0 

YDS 

253 

AVG 

10.0 
5.5 

SACK 



2 



TD 

10 

7 

TD 

1 

TD 




INT 


ii 



73 



O O T 



The Opponents 




Florida State Seminoles 



Doak S.Campbell Stadium 







Bobby Bowden 



Peter Warrick 




SCHEDULE/RESULTS 



1998 SCHEDULE 



8/3 1 


Texas 


A&M (KickoffCIassi 


9/12 


at NC State 


9/19 


Duke 




9/26 


use 




10/3 


at Maryland 


10/10 


at Miami (Fla.) 


10/17 


Clemson 


10/2-4 


at Georgia Tech 


10/31 


North Carolina 


11/7 


Virginia 


11/14 


at Wake Forest 


11/21 


Florida 


1997 RESULTS 




14-7 


W 


,11 I'M 


50-17 


W 


Maryland 




W 


at Clemson 


1 ii 


w 


Miami 1 Fla.) 


51-27 


w 


.H Duke 


38-0 


w 


< leorgia Tech 


47-21 


w 


at Virginia 


48-35 


w 


\< Stale 


20-3 


w 


at North Carolina 




w 


Wake 1 


29-32 


I. 


at Florida 


31-14 


w 


( >hio Slate 
Nokia Sugar Bowl) 



October 3 — Byrd Stadium, College Park, Md. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Tallahassee, Fla. 
Founded: 1857 
Enrollment: 30,519 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
Nickname: Seminoles 
Colors: Garnet and Gold 
President: Talbot "Sandy" D'Alemberte 
Athletic Director: Dave Hart, |r. 
Stadium: Doak S. Campbell (80,000) 
Surface: Natural grass 

MEDIA INFORMATION 

Football SID: Rob Wilson 

Office: 850-644-1403 

FAX: 850-644-3820 

Press Box: 850-644-4057 

Home: 850-386-1619 

Assistant: Amy Farnum 

Home: 850-514-1337 

Overnight Mailing Address: Moore Athletic 

Center, Pensacola Street/Stadium Drive, 

Tallahassee, FL 32306 
Weekly Press Conference: TBA 
Internet Address: www.seminoles.com 

FAXBACK INFORMATION 

Phone Number: 336-854-5859 
Release Code: 31050 
Statistics Code: 31052 
Game Book Code: 31053 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Bobby Bowden, Samford '53 
Career Record: 281-83-4 (32 years) 
Florida State: 208-51-4 (22 years) 
Best time to Call: Monday-Thursday 

mornings 
Office Phone: 850-644-0097 
Assistant Coaches: Chuck Amato, AHC/LB; 

Mickey Andrews, DC/DB; Jeff Bowden, 

WR; Jim Gladden, DE; Odell Haggins, DL; 

fimmy Heggins, OL; John Lilly, RC/TE; 

Mark Richt, OC/QB; Billy Sexton, RB. 



RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS 



RUSHING ATT 

Travis Minor, RB 1 12 

Dee Feaster, RB 61 

PASSING PA-PC 

DanKendra, QB 37 20 

Chris Weinke, OH 13-7 

RECEIVING NO 

Peter Warrick, WR 53 

Laveranues ( )oles, WR 21 

DEFENSE UT 
Lamont < !reen, IB 

[err) fohnson, DT 31 

Dexter Jackson, FS 58 



TEAM PROFILE 

1997 Record: 11-1 

Conference Record: 8-0 (1st) 

Offense: Pro Set 

Defense: Multiple 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 56/16 

Offensive Starters Returning/Lost: 7/7 

Defensive Starters Returning/Lost: 5/9 

HONORS CANDIDATES 

Peter Warrick, WR; Travis Minor, RB; 
Tay Cody, CB; Jerry Johnson, DT; 
Jason Whitaker, OG; Dexter Jackson, FS; 
Sebastian Janikowski, K; Lamont Green, 
LB; Laveranues Coles, WR; Donald 
Heaven, OG; Ross Brannon, OT; 
Larry Smith, DT. 

OFFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING 

Ross Brannon, OT; Laveranues Coles, WR; 
Lamarr Glenn, FB; Donald Heaven, OG; 
Travis Minor, RB; Peter Warrick, WR; 
Jason Whitaker, OG. 

DEFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING 

Tay Cody, CB; Dexter lackson, FS; Jerry 
Johnson, DT; Lamont Green, LB; 
Larry Smith, DT. 

SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record: Florida State leads 8-0-0 
Series at Maryland: Florida State leads 3-0-0 
Series at Florida State: Florida State leads 4-0-0 
Neutral: Florida State leads 1-0-0 
First Meeting: 1966, Florida State, 45-21 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: None 
Last Terrapin Win at Florida State: None 
Last Seminole Win at Maryland: 1994 (52-20) 
Last Seminole Win at Florida State: 1997 

(50-7) 
Current Series Streak: Florida State has won 8 
Florida Stale's Largest Margin of Victory; 48 

(69-21, 1992) " 



NET 
623 

258 

INT 


1 

YDS 

SSI 

(84 

AT 
»2 
26 
23 



AVG 
5.6 

4.2 

YDS 

341 
82 

AVG 

16. 
18.3 

SACK 

1 

2.5 





TD 

9 

1 

TD 

1 

2 

II) 
8 

1 

INT 









74 



M A R Y L 



The Opponents 




Clemson Tigers 



Clemson Memorial Stadium 




Tommy West 



Antwan Edwards 






SCHEDULE/RESULTS 



1998 SCHEDULE 
9/5 Furman 

9 12 Virginia Tech 

9/19 at Virginia 



9/26 


Wake Forest 


10/3 


at North Carolina 


10/10 


Maryland 


10/17 


at Florida State 


10/24 


at Duke 


in 31 


NC State 


1 1 12 


Geor 


gia Tech 


11/2] 


South Carolina 


1997 RESULTS 




23-12 


W 


Appalachian State 


19-17 


W 


at NC State 


28-35 


L 


Florida State 


20-23 


L 


at Georgia Tech 


39 - 


W 


UTEP 


_ -21 


L 


Virginia 


20-9 


\\ 


at Maryland 


33-16 


W 


at Wake Forest 


29-20 (ot) 


w 


Puke 


10-17 


L 


North Carolina 


47-21 


W 


at South Carolina 


17-21 


L 


Auburn 
(Peach Bowl) 



October 10 — Memorial Stadium, Clemson, S.C. 



C-ENERAl INFORMATION 

I ocation: i lemson, S.( 

Founded: 1893 

Enrollment: 16,404 

( Conference: Atlantic ( oasl 

Nickname: I igers 

( olors: Burnt ('range and Northwest I'm pie 

President: Dr. Deno ( anus 

\ihlcik I lirector: Bobbj Robinson 

Stadium: ( lemson Memorial Stadium 

(81,473) 
Sin face: Natural grass 

MEDIA INFORMATION 

Football SID: Tim Bonnet 

Office: 864 656 2114 

FAX: 864-656-0299 

Press Box: 864-654-3326 

Home: 864-888-3490 

Assistant: Sam Blackmail 

Home: 864-639-4400 

Overnight Mailing Address: [ervey Athletic 

('enter, 100 Perimeter Rd., (lemson, si 

29634 
Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday 1 1 a.m. 
Internet Address: www.clemsontigers.com 

FAXBACK INFORMATION 

Phone Number: 336-834-5859 
Release Code: 11050 

Statistics Code: 1 1052 
Game Book Code: 1 1053 

COACHING STAFF 

Head ( oach: Tommy West, Tennessee '76 

Career Record: 32-27 l 5 years) 

Clemson: 28-20 (4 years) 

Best time to Call: Tuesday 1 1 a.m. 

Assistant Coaches: Les Herrin, AH( 7D1 ; 

Reggie Herring, DC/1LB; David Bibee, DB; 
Brick Haley, OLB; Steve Ensminger, 
OC/QB; Rick Stockstill, WR; Rich 
Bisaccia, RB/ST; John Latina, G/C; 
Mac McWhorter, T/TE. 



RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS 



(5th) 



TEAM PROFILE 

1997 Record 

( Conference Record: i i 

Offense: Multiple I 

I lefense: Multiple 50 

I ettermen Returning/1 ost: 1 1 13 

Offensive Starters Returning/1 o 

Defensive Starters Returning/Lost: 6/5 

HONORS CANDIDATES 

Rahim Abdullah, Ol B; Antwan 1 dward i B 

Kevin I and, P; Holland Postell.t >l 

\di i,m I »ingle, I it. 

OFFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING 

Uii\ Witherspoon, IB; Brian Wofford, WR; 
I [olland Postell, OT; Corey Husley.i m 

lason ( , amble, ( . 

DEFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING 

I loMarco I OX, I S; Antwan Edwards, ( B; 
Michael Allen, CB; Robert ( larswell, SS; 
Adrian Dingle, DE; Rahim Abdullah, OLB, 

SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record: Clemson leads 24-20-2 

Series at Maryland: (lemson leads 10-9-1 

Series at Clemson: Clemson leads 13-10-0 

Neutral: Tied 1-1-1 

First Meeting: 1952, Maryland, 28-0 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1992 (53-23) 

Last Terrapin Win at Clemson: 1985 (34 ; I ■ 

Last Tiger Win at Maryland: 1 997 I 20-91 

Last Tiger Win at Clemson: 1996 (35-3) 

( in rent Series Streak: Clemson has won 3 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: 41 

(41-0, 1974) 
Clemson's Largest Margin of Victory: 33 
40-7, 1991) 



RUSHING 

Terry Witherspoon, FB 
lavis Austin, TB 


ATT 
58 

59 


NET 

224 

220 


PASSING 

Brandon Streeter, QB 


PA-PC 

21-8 


INT 

2 


RECEIVING 
Brian Wofford, WR 
Mai Lawyer, WR 


NO 

28 

28 


YDS 

388 
384 


DEFENSE 
DoMarco Fox, Fs 

Rahim Abdullah, LB 


UT 

48 

39 


AT 

26 

34 



AVG 
5.3 

4.9 

YDS 

87 

AVG 

13.9 
13.7 

SACK 


3 



TD 

3 

20 

TD 



TD 

4 
3 

INT 

1 

1 



75 



The Opponents 








Groves Stadium 





Jim Caldwell 




SCHEDULE/RESULTS 



1998 SCHEDULE 


9/5 


at Air 


Force 


9/10 


Naw 




9/26 


at Clemson 


10/3 


Appa 


achian State 


10/10 


Duke 




10/17 


at Maryland 


10/24 


North Carolina 


10/31 


Virginia 


11/7 


at NC State 


11/14 


Florida State 


11/21 


at ( ieorgia Tech 


1997 RESULTS 




27-2(1 


W 


Northwestern 


24-25 


1 


at F. Carolina 


26 28 


1 


( Ieorgia Tech 


14- is 


W 


NC St. iic 


1 5-21 


1. 


ii \ irginia 


12 30 


[ 


at North ( larolina 


35-17 


w 


Maryland 


58-24 


w 


at Duke 




1 


( llemson 


28-14 


w 


at Rutgers 


7-58 


1 


at Florida State 



Brian Kuklick 



Wake Forest Demon Deacons 

October 17 — Byrd Stadium, College Park, Md. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Winston-Salem, N.C. 
Founded: 1834 
Enrollment: 3,761 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
Nickname: Demon Deacons 
Colors: Old Gold and Black 
President: Dr. Thomas Hearn, Jr. 
Athletic Director: Ron Wellman 
Stadium: Groves (31,500) 
Surface: Natural grass 

MEDIA INFORMATION 

Football SID: )ohn Justus 

Office: 336-758-5640 

FAX: 336-758-5140 

Press Box: 336-759-9969 

Home: 336-722-1094 

Assistant: Jen Hoover 

Home: 336-724-4948 

Overnight Mailing Address: Room 203 
Athletic Center, Wingate Road, 
Wake Forest, Winston-Salem, NC 27109 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday, 3 p.m. 

Internet Address: www.wakeforestsports.com 

FAXBACK INFORMATION 

Phone Number: 336-854-5859 
Release Code: 91050 
Statistics Code: 91052 
Came Book Code: 91053 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Jim Caldwell, Iowa '77 

Career Record: 14-41 (5 years) 

Wake Forest: 14-41 (5 years) 

Best time to Call: 3-4 p.m. Tuesday, 
1 1 -noon Wednesday 

Office Phone: 336-758-5631 

Assistant Coaches: Jamie Barresi, QB; James 
Bell, DC/DB; George Belu, OL; Pat 
Flaherty, TE/ST; Mel Foels, I LB; Bobby 
Kennedy, WR; Theo Lemon, DL; Ra\ 
Rychleski, OLB; Hank Small, OC/RB. 



RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS 



TEAM PROFILE 

1997 Record: 5-6 

Conference Record: 3-5 (T-6th) 

Offense: Multiple 

Defense: Multiple 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 37/14 

Offensive Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 

Defensive Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 

HONORS CANDIDATES 

Desmond Clark, WR; Jammie Deese, WR; 
Jeff Flowe, OT; Morgan Kane, RB; 
Brian Kuklick, QB; Dustin Lyman, LB; 
Kelvin Moses, LB; Fred Robbins, DT. 

OFFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING 

Desmond Clark, WR; Jammie Deese, WR; 
Jeff Flowe, OT; Morgan Kane, RB; 
Brian KukJick, QB; Sam Settar, OG; 
Brian Wolverton, OT; Joe Zelenka, TE. 

DEFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING 

Dameon Daniel, DB; Kelvin Jones, DE; 
Dustin Lyman, LB; Kelvin Moses, LB; 
Jeffrey Muyres, DB; DaLawn Parrish, DB; 
Fred Robbins, DT; Kelvin Shackleford, DT. 

SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record: Maryland leads 33-12-1 
Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 16-6-0 
Series at Wake Forest: Maryland leads 1 7-6- 1 
First Meeting: 1917, Maryland, 29-13 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1996 (52-0) 
Last Terrapin Win at Wake Forest: 1995 (9-6) 
Last Deacon Win at Maryland: 1992 (30-23) 
Last Deacon Win at Wake Forest: 1997 

(35-17) 
Current Series Streak: Wake Forest has won 1 
Maryland's Largest Margin ot Victory; 52 

(52-0, 1996) 
Wake Forest's Largest Margin of Victory: 39 

(39-0, 1944) 



RUSHING 
Morgan Kane, RB 
Kito Gary, RB 

PASSING 

Brian Kuklick, QB 
Ben Sankey, QB 

RECEIVING 

Desmond Clark, WR 
Jammie I >eese, WR 

Dl I I NSE 
I Justin I ) man, I B 
Keh in Moses, DE 
i ial awn Parrish, DB 



ATT 


NET 


109 


445 


52 


274 


PA-PC 


INT 


512-190 


1 1 


93 54 


5 


NO 


YDS 


72 


950 


»4 


69 


UT 


AT 


57 


54 


49 


56 


37 


I I 



AVG 

4.1 
5.3 

YDS 

.'ISO 

606 

AVG 

13.2 
12.9 

s\( K 

4 

1 



TD 

5 

1 



TD 

15 



ID 

5 

I 

INT 

I 
1 
1 



76 



The Opponents 




Bobby Dodd Stadium 




George O'Leary 



Joe Hamilton 




SCHEDULE/RESULTS 



1998 SCHEDULE 


9 5 


Boston College 


9/12 


New Mexico state 


9 26 


at North Carolina 


ID 3 


Duke 




10/10 


at NC state 


10/17 


Virginia 


in 24 


Florida State 


10/31 


at Ms 


i j land 


11/12 


at Clemson 


11/21 


Wake Forest 


1 1 28 


at Georgia 


1997 RESULTS 




L3-17 


L 


at Notre Dame 


28-26 


W 


at Wake Forest 


23-20 


W 


Clemson 


42-14 


W 


at Boston College 


27-17 


W 


N< state 


0-38 


1 


at Florida State 


13-16 


L 


North Carolina 


31-35 


L 


at Virginia 


41-38 


W 


at Duke 


37-18 


w 


Maryland 


24-27 


L 


< ieorgia 


35-30 


W 


West Virginia 
(Carquest Bowl) 



Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 

October 31 — NFL Stadium at Camden Yank, Baltimore, Md. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

I o< ation: Atlanta, ( la. 
Founded: 1885 

I mollment: 13,1 

( onference: Atlantic ( oast 
Nickname: Yellow rackets 
( olors: Old (.old and White 
President: I >r. ( !. Wayne ( lough 
Athletic I Hrector: Dave Braine 
Stadium: Bobby Dodd Stadium (46,000) 
Surface: Natural grass 

Ml Dl A INFORMATION 

Football SID: Mike linn 

Office: 404-894-5445 

FAX: 404-894-1248 

Press Box: 404-894-12(14 

Home: 770-938-9910 

Assistant: Allison George 

Home: 404-874-6450 

Overnight Mailing Address: 150 Bohbv Dodd 

Way, NW, Atlanta, GA 30332-0455 
Weekly Press Conference: Tuesdays, 

11:30 a.m. 
Internet Address: www.ramblinwreek.eoni 

FAXBACK INFORMATION 

Phone Number: 336-854-5859 
Release Code: 41050 
Statistics Code: 41053 
Game Book Code: 41054 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: George O'Leary 

Career Record: 18-19 (3 rears) 

Georgia Tech: 18-19 (3 years) 

Best time to Call: Wednesday 1 -2:30, 
Thursday 11-2 

Office Phone: 404-894-5420 

Assistant Coaches: Bob Casullo, ST/DE; 

Ralph Friedgen, OC/QB; Stan Hixon, W'R; 
Randy Edsall, DC/DB; Doug Marrone, 
OL; Bill O'Brien, RB: Ted Roof, LB; Lance 
Thompson, DL/RC; Eddie Wilson, TE. 



RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS 



TEAM PROFILE 

I')') Re 1:7-5 

I onfereni i Re I i I Ird 

( Iffense: Multiple 

I (efense: Multiple 

1 ettermen Returning/1 ost: 41/13 

( (ffensive starters Returning/Lost: 

I (efensive Starters Returning 



8/3 



HONORS CANDIDA! IS 

|oe I lamilton, OK; Rodney Williams, P; 

Craig Pagi i i harles Wiley, TB; 

[esse Larplin, DE; Travares I illman, SS. 



OFFENSIVE STAR i IRS RETURNING 
Chris Brown, T; (ason Burks, G; Joe 

Hamilton, QB; Brent Rev, ( ,; Mike I.illie, 
TE; Craig Page.C; Ed Wilder, IB; 
Charles Wiley, TB. 

DEFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING 

[ason Bostie, CB; lerry Caldwell, DB; 
Delaunta Cameron LB; Hany Robinson, 
NG; lesse larplin, DE; Travares Tillman, 

SS; Brian Wilkins, FS. 

SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record: ( ieorgia Tech leads 7 3 
Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 3-2 
Series at Georgia Tech: ( ieorgia Lech leads 5-0 
First Meeting: 1988, Maryland I 5-8 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1996 ( 13-10) 
Last Terrapin Win at Georgia Tech: None 
Last Yellow Jacket Win at Maryland: 1992 

(28-26) 
Last Yellow [acket Win at Georgia Tech: 

1997 (37-18) 
Current Series streak: Georgia Tech has 

won 1 
Maryland's largest Margin of Victory: 15 

142-27, 1994) 
Georgia Tech's Largest Margin ofVictOl 

(38-0, 199 



RUSHING 

Charles Wiley, RB 
loe Hamilton, QB 

PASSING 

loe Hamilton, QB 

RECEIVING 

Mike Sheridan, SE 
Charlie Rogers, TB 

DEFENSE 

Travares Tillman, SS 
Jesse Tarplin, DE 



ATT 

150 
140 

PA-PC 

268-173 

NO 

25 

20 

UT 

58 
41 



NET 

567 

178 

INT 

7 

YDS 

216 

184 

AT 

22 

27 



AVG 

3.8 

3.4 

YDS 

2314 

AVG 

8.6 
9.2 

SACK 



5 



TD 

9 

5 

TD 

12 

TD 



1 

INT 

4 

I 



77 



O O T B A 



The Opponents 




North Carolina Tar Heels 



Kenan Memorial Stadium 




Carl Torbush 



Dre' Bly 




SCHEDULE/RESULTS 



1998 SCHEDULE 


9/5 


Miami (O.) 


9/19 


at Stanford 


9/26 


Georgia Tech 


10/3 


Clem 


son 


10/10 


Pittsb 


urgh 


10/24 


atWa 


ke Forest 


10/31 


at Florida State 


11/7 


M.ik 


land 


1 1/14 


at Vii 


gmia 


] 1/21 


at Dl 


ke 


11/28 


NC State 


1997 RESULTS 




23-6 


W 


Indiana 


28-17 


w 


Stanford 


40-14 


w 


at Maryland 


48-20 


w 


Virginia 


31 10 


w 


atTCU 


30-12 


w 


Wake Forest 


20-7 


w 


at NC State 


16 13 


w 


.ii i ieorgia Je< li 




1 


Florida State 


17-10 


w 


.ii ( lemson 


50-14 


w 


Duke 


1 ! I 


w 


Virginia Tech 
i lator Bowl) 



November 7 — Kenan Memorial Stadium, Chapel Hill, N.C. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Chapel Hill, N.C. 

Founded: 1789 

Enrollment: 24,463 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Tar Heels 

Colors: Blue and White 

President: Michael Hooker 

Athletic Director: Dick Baddour 

Stadium: Kenan Memorial Stadium (60,000) 

Surface: Natural grass 

MEDIA INFORMATION 

Football SID: Steve Kirschner 

Office: 919-962-7258 

FAX: 919-962-0612 

Press Box: 919-962-2123 

Home: 919-484-0664 

Assistant: Kevin Best 

Home: 919-571-8429 

Overnight Mailing Address: Second Floor, 

Smith Center, Skipper Bowles Drive, 

Chapel Hill, NC 27515 
Weekly Press Conference: Monday 1 1 a.m. 
Internet Address: http://tarheels.unc.edu 

FAXBACK INFORMATION 

Phone Number: 336-854-5859 
Release Code: 61050 
Statistics Code: 61052 
Game Book Code: 61053 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Carl Torbush, Carson-Newman 

74 
Career Record: 4-8 (1 year) 
UNC: 1-0 
Best time to Call: Call Sports Information 

Office 
Assistant Coaches: Ken Browning, DT; Ron 

( \ise, DB; Jim Hofher, QB; Terry Lewis, TE; 

Ken Mack, RB; Steve Marshall, OC/OL; 

Darrell Moody, WR/RC; Ken Rucker, 

LB/ST; Donnie Thompson, AHC/DE. 



RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS 



TEAM PROFILE 

1997 Record: 11-1 

Conference Record: 7-1 (2nd) 

Offense: Pro Set 

Defense: Multiple 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 36/26 

Offensive Starters Returning/Lost: 5/6 

Defensive Starters Returning/Lost: 4/7 

HONORS CANDIDATES 

Na Brown, WR; Oscar Davenport, QB; L.C. 
Stevens, WR; Dre' Bly, CB; Russell Davis, 
DT; Ebenezer Ekuban, DE; Keith 
Newman, LB; Mike Pringley, DE; 
Brandon Spoon, LB. 

OFFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING 

Na Brown, WR; Oscar Davenport, QB; 
Deon Dyer, FB; Mike Gimbol, LG; L.C. 

Stevens, WR. 

DEFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING 

Dre' Bly, CB; Russell Davis, DT; Keith 
Newman, LB; Mike Pringley, DE. 

SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record: North Carolina leads 33-26- 1 

Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 14-11-0 

Series at UNC: North Carolina leads 17-11-1 

Neutral: North Carolina leads 5-1-0 

First Meeting: 1920, Maryland, 13-0 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1995 (32-18) 

Last Terrapin Win at North Carolina: 1988 

(41-38) 
Last Tar Heel Win at Maryland: 1997 (40-14) 
Last Tar Heel Win at North Carolina: 199h 

(38-7) 
Current Series Streak: North Carolina has 

won 2 
Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: 38 

(38-0, 1989) 
UNC's large-,! Margin ol Victory: 43 

(43-0, 1929) 



RUSHING 


ATT 


NET 


Deon 1 Her, FB 


2? 


90 


Domonique Williams, TB 


15 


50 


passinc; 


PA- PC 


INT 


Oscar 1 Javenport, QB 


183-115 


3 


RECEIVING 


NO 


YDS 


Na Broun, WR 


55 


610 


1 .( . Stevens, WR 


15 


727 


Jason Peace, WR 


<■! 


418 


DEFENSE 


UT 


AT 


Keith Newman, LB 


12 


37 


Brandon Spoon, IB 


39 


26 


Russell Davis, DT 


26 


S4 



AVG 

3.6 
3.3 

YDS 

1 380 

AVG 

11.1 
16.2 
13.1 

SACK 

2.5 
3.5 
i 



TD 

1 
1 

TD 

7 

in 

i 

i 

2 

INT 




o 



78 



The Opponents 




Duke Blue Devils 



Wallace Wade Stadium 




Fred Goldsmith 



Scottie Montgomery 




SCHEDULE/RESULTS 



1998 SCHEDIT JFJ 



9/5 


W 


sstern Carolina 


9/i: 


at 


Northwestern 


9/19 


at Florida State 


9/2e> 


\ irginia 


10/5 


at 


Georgia Tech 


10/10 


at 


Wake Forest 


10: 17 


at NC State 


10/24 


CI 


cmson 


10/31 


at 


Vanderbilt 


1114 


Maryland 


1121 


North Carolina 


1997 RESULTS 


14-45 


L 


NC State 


20-24 


L 


at Northwestern 


20-17 


to 


Army 


26-17 


to 


Nav) 


10-16 


1. 


at Maryland 


27-51 


1 


Florida State 


10-13 


L 


.it \ irginia 


24-38 


L 


Wake Forest 


20-29 lot! 


L 


at Clemson 


5S-41 


L 


( ieorgia Tech 


14-50 


L 


at North Carolina 



November 14 — Wallace Wade Stadium, Durham, N.C. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 
1 ocation: I >urham, N.C. 
Founded: 1838 
Enrollment: 6,272 
( onferem e: Atlantic ( oasl 
Nic kname: Blue I )evils 
Colors: Royal Blue .\n>.\ White 
President: Dr. Nan O. Keoh.uie 
Athletic I lirector: [oe Alleva 
Stadium: Wallace Wade I 53,941) 
Surface: Natural grass 

MEDIA INFORMATION 

Football siD: Mike Cragg 

Office: 919-684-2633 

I \\ 919-684-2489 

Press Box: 919-684 >63 I 

Home: 919 403-5328 

Assistant: TBA 

Home: TBA 

Overnight Mailing Address: 115 Cameron 

Indoor Stadium, I >ut ham, N.C. 27708 
Weekly Press Conference: ACC 

Teleconference 
Internet Address: www.goduke.com 

FAXBACK INFORMATION 

Phone Number: 336-854-5859 
Release Code: 21050 
Statistics Code: 21052 
Game Book Code: 21053 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Fred Goldsmith, Florida '67 

Career Record: 38-70-1 ( 10 years) 

Duke: 13-32 (4 years) 

Best time to Call: Mornings 

Assistant Coaches: Larry Beckish, OC; Bob 
Trott, DC; Fred Chatham, RB; Scott 
Brown, DL; loe D'Allesandris, OL; Joe 
Deforest, ST/OLB; Joe DeLamielleure, II; 
Ken Matous, WR; Brad Sherrod, II B. 



RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS 



TEAM PROFILE 

1997 Record: 2-9 

1 "Hi o Record: 0-8 (9th) 

Offense: Multiple 

I (efense: < I combo 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 49 10 

Offensive Starters Returning/Losl 6 

1 defensive Starters Returning/lost: 8/3 

HONORS CANDIDATES 

Sims I enhardt, PK; ( hris < ombs, DT. 

OFFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING 
Bobby < ampbell, QB; I etavious Wilks, RB; 
Dawd Rasheed, FB; Scottie Montgomery, 
WR, Austin Smithwick, OT; Lennie 
Friedman, < X .. 

DEFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING 

( Ihris < ombs, I )T; Eric Scanlon, N( !; 
Chris Ruzic, DT; Kendral Knight, < >1 B; 
Ryan Stallmeyer, II ,B; Kevin I ewis, 01 B; 
I ).u mis ( lark, SS; Eric [ones, I S; 
Fa mar < irant, CB. 

SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record: Maryland leads 24- 1 7 
Series .it Maryland: Maryland leads 1 1-4-0 
Scries at Duke: Maryland leads 1 1-9-0 
Neutral: Duke leads 4-2-0 
First Meeting: 1932, Duke, 34-0 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1997 (16-10) 
Last Terrapin Win at Duke: 1996 (22-19) 
Last Blue Devil Win at Maryland: 1991 

(17-13) 
Last Blue Devil Win at Duke: 1944 (49-16) 
Current Series Streak: Maryland has won 3 
Maryland's Largest Margin oi Victor) : I i 

(56-13, 1974) 
Dukes 1 argest Margin of Victory: 50 

(50-0, 1941) 



RUSHING 

Dawd Rasheed, FB 
Letavious Wilks, RB 


ATT 

78 
79 


PASSING 

Bobby Campbell, QB 
Spencer Romine, QB 


PA- PC 

176-85 
65-34 


RECEIVING 

Scottie Montgomery, WR 

Duane Epperson, WR 


NO 

51 
22 


DEFENSE 

Ryan Stallmeyer, ILB 

Kevin Lewis, OLB 


UT 

75 

46 



NET 

521 
505 

INT 

10 
3 

YDS 

633 
211 

AT 

53 
57 



AVG 

4.1 
3.9 

YDS 

925 

432 

AVG 

12.4 
21.1 

SACK 

3 
3 



TD 

2 
1 

TD 

2 
3 

TD 

4 


INT 

I 




79 



MARYLAND FOOTBALL 



The Opponents 




Carter-Finley Stadium 




MikeO'Cain 



Torry Holt 




SCHEDULE/RESULTS 



1998 SCHEDULE 


9/3 


Ohio 




9/12 


Florida State 


9/19 


at Bavlor 


10/1 


Syracuse 


10/10 


Georgia Tech 


10/17 


Duke 




10/24 


at Virginia 


10/31 


at Clemson 


11/7 


Wake Forest 


11/21 


at Maryland 


I 1 28 


North Carolina 


1997 RESULTS 




32-31 


W 


.it S) ra< use 


43-14 


W 


at Duke 


17-19 


1. 


t lemson 


41-14 


w 


N. Illinois 


18-19 


[ 


.it Wake 1 orest 


17-27 


L 


.it ( leorgia Tech 


7 20 


I. 


North ( Carolina 




I 


.it 1 lorida State 


45-28 


W 


Maryland 


JI-24 


w 


Virginia 


'■ I 


w 


I ast i arolina 



North Carolina State Wolfpack 

November 21 — Byrd Stadium, College Park, Md. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Location: Raleigh, N.C. 
Founded: 1887 
Enrollment: 27,169 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
Nickname: Wolfpack 
Colors: Red and White 
Chancellor: Dr. Larry K. Monteith 
Athletic Director: Les Robinson 
Stadium: Carter-Finley Stadium (59,000) 
Surface: Natural grass 

MEDIA INFORMATION 

Football SID: Joan von Thron 

Office: 919-515-2102 

FAX: 919-515-2898 

Press Box: 919-515-3393 

Home: 919-233-9823 

Assistant: Bruce Winkworth 

Home: 919-829-0136 

Overnight Mailing Address: Cates Avenue, 

1 13 Reynolds Coliseum, Raleigh, NC 

27695 ' 
Weekly Press Conference: TBA 
Internet Address: www.gopack.com 

FAXBACK INFORMATION 

Phone Number: 336-854-5859 
Release Code: 71050 
Statistics Code: 71052 
Game Book Code: 71053 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Mike O'Cain, Clemson '77 

Career Record: 28-29 (5 years) 

NC State: 28-29 (5 years) 

Best time to Call: Weekdays, 10-11 :30 a.m. 

Office Phone: 919-515-2432 

Assistant Coaches: Jimmy Riser, OC; 
Kent Briggs, Co-DC/DB; Jeff Snipes, 
Co-DC/DE; Robbie Caldwell, AHC/OL; 
Brette Simmons, RC/TE; Charlie Fisher, 
WR; Joe Pate, LB; Kenny Phillips, DT; 
Dick Portee, RB. 



RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS 



RUSHING 
Rahshon Spikes, RB 
Jamie Barnette, QB 

PASSING 

Jamie Barnette, QB 

RECEIVING 
loin I Jolt, 11 
Chris ( olcman, M 
I ik leak, \\ K 

DEFENSE 
Sheldon Kee.MLB 

lonv Scott, CB 

! ik Riddick.SS 
Rodncx Redd, SS 



TEAM PROFILE 

1997 Record: 6-5 

Conference Record: 3-5 (T-6th) 

Offense: Multiple I 

Defense: 4-3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 33/22 

Offensive Starters Returning/Lost: 6/6 

Defensive Starters Returning/Lost: 5/8 

HONORS CANDIDATES 

Torry Holt, FL; Jamie Barnette, QB; 
Ian Rafferty, T; Chris Coleman, SE; 
Todd Boyle, T; Bobbie Cotten, DE; 
Tony Scott, CB. 

OFFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING 

Jamie Barnette, QB; Todd Boyle, T; 
Chris Coleman, SE; Torry Holt, FL; 
Ian Rafferty, T; Alex Santos, G. 

DEFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING 

Bobbie Cotten, DE; Sheldon Kee, MLB; 
Eric Riddick, SS; Tony Scott, CB; 
Andre Wray, DT. 

SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record: NC State leads 25-24-4 
Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 12-10-2 
Series at NC State: NC State leads 13-12-1 
Neutral: NC State leads 2-0-1 
First Meeting: 1917, NC State 10-6 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1990 (13-12) 
Last Terrapin Win at NC State: 1995 (30-13) 
Last Wolfpack Win at Maryland: 1996 (34-8) 
Last Wolfpack Win at NC State: 1997 (43-28 1 
Current Series Streak: NC State has won 2 
Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory: 53 

53-0, 1951 I 
NC State's Largest Margin of Victory: 35 
(48-13, 1957) 



ATT 


NET 


67 


297 


77 


78 


PA-PC 


INT 


502 171 


14 


NO 


YDS 


M 


415 


14 


262 


1 I 


147 


UT 


AT 


49 


53 


47 


19 


■i 


29 


25 


15 



AVG 

I I 
l.o 

YDS 

2378 

AVG 

17.3 
18 1 

10.5 

SACK 

17 







TD 
3 

TD 

19 

TD 

) 

1 


INT 


1 


o 



80 



1997 in Review 









81 



Final 1997 Statistics 








1 FINAL RECORD: 2-9-0; ACC: 1-7 (8th); Home: 1-5; Road: 1-4 


ATTENDANCE Total 


Average 


TEAM STATISTICS 


MD 


OPP 






;#- , * . ., 


Home 165,345 


27,558 


Total First Downs 


172 


236 






jflji 91 


Away 181,778 


36,536 


First Downs-Rushing 


72 


109 






Total 347,127 


31,557 


First Downs-Passing 


84 


115 




4 4*W*% 


■fli- 


GAME SUMMARY 




First Downs-Penalty 
Rushing Att-Yds 


16 


12 




*»^„ ,£ Jfc^ ... 


l IW ■ 




415-973 


455-1921 




«v**ife 


my r ■* 3 


DATE OPPONENT 

09-06 Ohio 


(ATT.) SCORE W/L 


Pass Comp-Att-Int 


164-280-8 


188-301-11 






Eu!n 


30,100 14- 21 L 


Passing Yards 


1917 


2499 


Hi* ••* <% ■" 


09-13 at No. 5 Florida St. 


72,237 7- 50 L 


Total Offense Plays-Yards 


695-2890 


756-4420 




. */ 


09-20 No. 6 N. Carolina 


30,084 14-40 L 


Punting Number- Yds-Avg 


64-2381-37 


.2 34-1339-39.4 






09-27 at Temple 


12,872 24-21 W 


Fumbles-Lost 


16-9 


20-14 




^B-t^^P „jg 


10-04 Duke 


23,206 16- 10 W 


Penalties-Yards 


69-546 


78-630 






•^Ki&i^ 


10-11 West Virginia 


31,210 14-31 L 


Sacks by- Yds Lost 


17-114 


56-424 




IM» ^" f -WM 


r??F tzz 


10-18 at Wake Forest 


17,893 17-35 L 


Third Down Conversions 


47-154 


79-149 




"*jKI 


' / i*-»ji 


10-25 Clemson 


27,270 9- 20 L 


Third Down Conversion Pet. 


.312 


.533 




^^^^29rm 




11-01 Virginia 


23,479 0- 45 L 


Fourth Down Conversions 


10-21 


7-15 






tSigs^' 


1 1 -08 at NC State 


43,500 28- 45 L 


Fourth Down Conversion Pet. 


.476 


.467 






11-22 at Georgia Tech 


35,276 18- 37 L 


Avg. Time of Possession 


30:03 


29:57 




Vr "v 


Jljia^ 


SCORING BY QUARTERS 


1st 2nd 3rd 4th TOT AVG 








^H iYa? 


CHm! M 1 H 


MARYLAND 


31 74 32 24 161 14.6 










|Z^IfjPis» 


Opponent 

RUSHING G 


80 102 102 71 355 32.3 
ATT GAIN LOSS NET AVG 


PG 


TD LP 




terrapin spirit 








lordan, LaMont 1 I 


159 763 74 689 4.3 


62.6 


3 44 








Underwood, Brian 5 


62 246 27 219 3.5 


43.8 


2 37 




■>mJL 




Rodgers, Buddy 9 


68 210 16 194 2.9 


21.6 


3 18 




k *'.^gL.. hft 


Boone, Damone 2 


9 57 1 56 6.2 


28.0 


21 


feji, | ii^B^M 


Westley, Harold 8 


6 19 3 16 2.7 


2.0 


5 


1' it V" ~ :j '-~ 


MmS 


Kalapinski, Matt 1 1 


3 5 5 1.7 


0.5 


3 


Wf^S ?$s4 


lames, Bruce 


2 8-8 -4.0 


-1.1 





S V 




Russell, Keon 9 


10 9-9 -9.0 


-1.0 





K ^^ 


Mastrole, Ken 7 


5 1 51 -50 -10.0 


-7.1 


1 




J Ife? 


Cummings, Brian 1 1 


100 279 418 -139 -1.4 


-12.6 


1 31 


MARYLAND 1 1 


415 1580 607 973 2.3 


88.5 


9 44 






Opponents 1 1 


455 2167 246 1921 4.3 


177.4 


21 






Fsgjfc* 5 " t? 


PASSING G 


ATT CMP INT PCT YDS YDS/G 


RTNG 


TD LP 




■** -^B 1 


Rodgers, Buddy 9 


1 1 1.000 38 4.2 


419.2 


38 




* ■- ""^3fcW v 


Evans, Trey 1 1 


1 1 1.000 19 1.7 


259.6 


19 


^^^^sa^sBP 




Cummings, Brian 1 1 


255 154 6 .604 1760 160.0 


126.6 


10 76 


& 


\1 ^T " 


Edwards, Russell 1 1 


2 1 .500 17 1.6 


121.4 


17 


■ . ■ 


Mastrole, Ken 7 


19 7 1 .368 83 11.9 


63.0 


25 




^^^^^wsr^ 


lordan, LaMont 1 1 


1 .000 0.0 


0.0 







A 

'4m 


Patterson, Doug 1 1 


1 (1 1 .000 0.0 


-2011.0 





MARYLAND 1 1 


280 164 8 .586 1917 174.3 


122.2 


10 76 








Opponents 1 1 


301 188 11 .625 2499 227.2 


147.9 


21 






«£> ' w 


TOTAL OFFENSE G 


PLAY RUSH PASS YARDS TD 


AVG 






i 




Cummings, Brian 1 1 
lordan, LaMont 1 1 
Underwood, Brian 5 
Boone, Damone 2 


55 -139 1760 1621 11 


147.4 




Moises Cruz 




160 689 689 3 
62 219 219 2 
9 56 56 


62.6 
43. S 
28.0 






■r 


* !>* j 








y^ ' 


Rodgers, Buddy 9 


69 194 38 232 3 


25.8 










Mastrole, Ken 7 


24 -50 83 33 


4.7 






1 "I 




Westley, Harold 8 


6 Id 16 


2.0 






w 3 ' ^ 


Evans, Trey 1 1 


1 19 19 


1.7 








Hm • m 


Edwards, Russell 1 1 


2 17 17 


1.6 








m 


Kalapinski, Matt 1 1 


3 5 5 


II j 






im i 


Patterson, Doug 1 1 


10 


0.0 






^ tf '#AT ac 


Russell, Keon 9 


1 -9 -9 


-1.0 




M-TT 




lames, Bruce 7 


2 -8 -8 


-l.i 




MARYLAND 1 1 


695 973 1917 2890 19 


262.7 




w ™ 


•*| £>% * 


Opponents 1 1 


694 1960 2499 4459 42 


405.4 




* **Nr 


i 




1 19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ 


Total 






i 




FIELD GOALS G 


FA-FM FA-FM FA-FM FA-FM FA-FM 


FA-FM 


PCT 1 P 




/ 




Kopka, Brian 8 


11 0-0 l 2-1 0-0 


10 6 


.60 1 




^ s 




Rhodes, Brad 9 


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


3- 1 


.33 35 


MARYLAND 1 1 


1-1 1-0 9-5 2-1 


13-7 


.54 47 




£' 


/ 


PUNTING G 


NO YDS AVG IP BLK 










Edwards, Russell 11 


2204 18.0 i6 








i5fr 




Starner, Sean J 


5 177 15.4 'l 








W 


-*«.,. - am 


TEAM 1 


1 0.0 1 






MARYLAND 11 

Opponents 1 1 


64 2381 37.2 56 I 








3rian Cumming* 




34 1 1 19 39.4 1 



82 



Final 1997 Statistics 



A I l.-PURPOSI YARDAGE 
G 
lordan, I aMont 
Rodgers, Budd) 
Sanders, 1 ewis 
i ndei wood, Bi ian 5 

Hatala, Jason 11 

Boone, 1 >amone 2 

( iu/, Moises H) 

Walton, Kendrick 
i cheeseboro, * )mar 
fames, Bruce 
Russell, Keon 
Patterson, Doug 
Hull, Mike 
Brown, Tim 
Crosby, ( Clifton 
lackson, Tony 
Timmins, Peter 
Westley, Harold 
Kalapinski, Matt 
Rogers, Kenny 
Mastrole, Ken 
i ummings, Brian 



MARYLAND 
Opponents 

RECEIVING 

i iu/. Moises 
Rodgers, Budd) 
lordan, LaMont 
Cheeseboro, Omar 
Walton, Kendrick 
Hull, Mike 
Hatala, Jason 
lames, Bruce 
Patterson, Doug 
Timmins, Peter 
Boone, Damone 
Kalapinski, Matt 
Westley, Harold 
Underwood, Brian 
t ummings, Brian 
Brown, Tim 
Russell, Keon 



MARYLAND 
Opponents 



SCORING 

Rodgers, Buddy 
Kopka, Brian 
Cheeseboro, Omar 
lordan, LaMont 
Hatala, lason 
Underwood, Brian 
Rhodes, Brad 
Hull, Mike- 
Cruz, Moises 
Sanders, Lewis 
Cummings, Brian 
Evans, Trev 



RUSH 
689 

I "4 
(I 

219 

56 
u 


s 
-9 






16 



-50 

- 1 39 



Rlt 
15? 
194 
(i 

■I 
20 

I 

106 

120 
7 

123 
III 

10 

o 
n 
56 

III 

24 





38 



PR 

o 



II 

II 

II 

(I 



ii 

ii 

ii 

66 

n 

n 

n 

o 

43 





o 




o 



KOR 
76 
19 
460 



233 

o 
o 


41 



40 






32 







7 





973 
I960 



REC 
29 

26 

ss 

14 

14 

13 

II 

10 

9 

4 

3 



YDS 
337 

294 
155 
206 
175 

111 

224 

120 

123 

5o 

20 

24 

10 

38 
10 



1917 
2499 

AVG 

11.6 

11.3 

7.1 

14.7 

12.5 

8.5 

20.4 

12.0 

13.7 

14.0 

6.7 

12.0 

5.0 

3.5 

38.0 

10.0 

7.0 



109 

220 



YDS/G 
SO 6 
32.7 

14.1 
18.7 

25.0 

10.1 

2M.-1 

I - . I 

11.2 

5.1 

10.0 

2.2 

1.3 

1.4 

3.5 

10.0 

0.8 



C/G 

2.6 

2.9 

2.0 

I 3 

2.0 

1.2 

I ii 

1.4 

0.8 

ii I 

1.5 

0.2 

0.3 

0.4 

ii 

I ii 

0.1 



908 
711 

TD 

1 



4 
ii 
1 

s 

II 
11 







II 






LP 
35 

u 

2 2 

46 

25 

15 

76 

20 

46 

17 

11 

15 

9 

9 

38 

10 



164 

188 



1917 
2499 



11.7 
13.3 



174.3 

227.2 



PAT- 



TD XP 2PT DXP SAF 



0- 0- 
12-13 0-0 
0-0 
0-0 



0-0 
0-0 



0-0 
0-0 
6-6 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 



0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 

1- 1 



0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0- 



14.9 

17.1 



FG 

0-0 
6-10 
0-0 

0- 
0-0 
0-0 

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



HI 
21 



PTS 

30 

30 

24 

18 

12 

12 

9 

6 

6 

6 



76 



MARYLAND 20 

Opponents 46 

KICKOFF RETURNS G 

Crosby, Clifton 6 

Sanders. Lewis 1 1 

Hatala. lason 1 1 

Russell. Keon 9 

Rodgers, Budd) 9 

lordan, LaMont 1 1 

Cheeseboro, Omar 1 1 

Rogers, Kenny 1 1 



18-19 I- 1 0-0 
44-45 0-1 0-0 



NO 

1 

19 
11 
2 

1 
5 
3 
1 



YDS 

32 

460 

233 

40 

19 

76 

41 



AVG 

32.0 
24.2 
21.2 
20.0 
19.0 
15.2 
13.7 
7.0 



7-13 161 
11-12 355 

TD 


1 


II 




n 



LP 

32 

90 

27 

33 



20 

23 



MARYLAND 

Opponents 



11 
11 



43 
29 



908 
711 



21.1 
24.5 




Lewis Sanders LaMont Jordan 

PUNT RETURNS G NO YDS AVG TD LP 

Russell, Keon 9 6 66 11.0 24 

lackson, Tony 9 12 43 3.6 15 



MARYLAND 
Opponents 

INTERCEPTIONS 

Sanders, Lewis 
lackson, Paul 
lackson, Tonv 
Ogle, Kendall 
Davidson, Trov 



1 1 
11 



18 
28 



109 
220 



6.1 

7.9 



G 

11 

11 

9 

11 

11 



NO 

4 
3 
2 
1 



YDS 

99 

10 

4 

12 




AVG 

3.3 

2.0 

12.0 

0.0 



TD 









24 

LP 

46 

12 

4 

12 





MARYLAND 
Opponents 



11 

1 I 



125 
145 



MISCELLANEOUS YARDS 
MARYLAND 

Opponents 



G 

11 
11 



ATT 

II 
2 



YDS 




11.4 

18.1 

AVG 

0.0 
9.0 





2 

PG 

0.0 
1.6 



46 



TD 



1 



83 

















o o 


T B A L 


L 




























1997 Final Defensive Stats/Starters 


PLAYER 


G 


UT 


AT 


TOT/ AVG 




TFL-YDS 


SCK-YDS 


PBU FC 


FR 




Ogle, Kendall 


11 


75 


63 


138/12.6 




7- 16 


1.0- 6 




i 










Barton, Eric 


11 


85 


49 


134/12.2 




10-37 


2.5- 21 




4 


1 


1 




Sanders, Lewis 


10 


54 


20 


74/ 7.4 




4- 19 


1.0- 12 




1 


1 


2 




Baker, Henry 


11 


47 


19 


66/ 6.0 




1- 4 


0.0- 




5 





1 




Cowsette, Delbert 


11 


49 


14 


63/ 5.7 




10-37 


2.0- 12 















Lyght, Erwyn 


11 


41 


21 


62/ 5.6 




4- 14 


1.0- 11 




1 


1 


1 




Hicks, Johnnie 


11 


29 


15 


44/ 4.0 




3- 5 


2.0- 3 




1 










Ogbogu, Eric 


10 


30 


13 


43/ 4.3 




6-26 


4.0- 20 




2 


3 


3 




Hicks, Eric 


11 


31 


11 


42/ 3.8 




5- 32 


1.5-26 




1 


1 


1 




Davidson, Troy 


11 


32 


10 


42/ 3.8 




0- 


0.0- 




5 










Washington, Lynde 


11 


28 


9 


37/ 3.4 




0- 


0.0- 




3 










Simmons, Rasheed 


11 


14 


18 


32/ 2.9 




6- 33 


2.0- 18 







1 


2 




Crosby, Cliff 


6 


21 


7 


28/ 4.7 




0- 


0.0- 




2 


1 







Jackson, Paul 


11 


19 


8 


27/ 2.5 




0- 


0.0- 




2 





1 




Jenkins, Anthony 


11 


17 


9 


26/ 2.4 




1- 1 


1.0- 1 







1 


1 




White, Brett 


8 


10 


12 


22/2.8 




0- 


0.0- 















Jenkins, Kris 


11 


8 


9 


17/ 1.6 




1- 1 


0.0- () 















Jackson, Tony 


10 


9 


1 


10/ 1.0 




0- 


0.0- 




l 










Oliveras, Ramon 


7 


4 


3 


7/ 1.0 




0- 


0.0- 















Brown, Jason 


10 


3 


3 


6/0.6 




0- 


0.0- 




1 










Gick, Ryan 


8 


4 


2 


6/0.8 




1- 1 


0.0- 















Giles, Darryl 


11 


4 


1 


5/0.5 




0- 


0.0- 















Stewart, Todd 


9 


4 


1 


5/ 0.6 




0- 


o.o- o 







1 







Timmins, Peter 


11 


3 


1 


4/0.4 




0- 


0.0- 















Kalapinski, Matt 


11 


1 


2 


3/ 0.3 




0- 


0.0- 















Rodgers, Buddy 


9 


2 


1 


3/ 0.3 




0- 


0.0- 















Rhodes, Brad 


9 


2 


1 


3/ 0.3 




0- 


0.0- 















Grier, Ernest 


11 


1 


1 


2/0.2 




0- 


0.0- 















Rudolph, Scott 


11 


1 





1/0.1 




0- 


0.0- 















Cruz, Moises 


1 1 


1 





1/0.1 




0- 


0.0- 







1 







Apolenis, Jason 


9 





1 


1/0.1 




0- 


0.0- 















Boggs, Bryn 


5 


1 





1/0.2 




0- 


0.0- 















lames, Bruce 


7 


1 





1/0.1 




1- 11 


0.0- 















Thomas, Ben 


11 








0/0.0 




0- 


0.0- 










1 




Underwood, Brian 


5 








0/ 0.0 




0- 


0.0- 










1 




Rogers, Kenny 


11 








0/ 0.0 




0- 


0.0- 










1 




Key: UT (unassisted tackles); AT (assisted tackles); TFL-YDS ( 


tackles for losses-yards 1 


)St); SCK-YDS (sacks-yards lost 


; PBU (passes broken up); FC (fumbles 




i 


aused); FR (fumbles recovered). 




























MARYLAND'S GAME-BY-GAME 1 


























997 START 


ERS 






Defense LDE 


LDT 


RDT 


RDE 


LLB 


MLB 


RLB 


LCB 


RCB 




ss 


FS 






Ohio Ogbogu 


J. Hicks 


Cowsette 


E.Htcks 


White 


Barton 


Ogle 


Washington 


1 >a\ uls, in 




Baker 


1 . Sanders 




at FSU Ogbogu 


J. Hicks 


Cowsette 


Simmons 


White 


Barton 


Ogle 


Washington 


1 >a\ idson 




Baker 


L. Sanders 




UNC Ogbogu 


J. Hicks 


Cowsette 


Simmons 


Lyght 


Barton 


Ogle 


Washington 


1 >a\ idson 




Baker 


L. Sanders 




at Temple Ogbogu 


1. Hicks 


Cowsette 


Simmons 


Lyght 


Barton 


Ogle 


Washington 


I >a\ idson 




Baker 


1 . Sanders 




Duke Ogbogu 


I. Hicks 


< owsette 


Simmons 


Lyght 


Barton 


Ogle 


Washington 


1 »a\ idson 




Baker 


L. Sanders 




WVU Ogbogu 


J. Hicks 


( owsette 


E. Hicks 


Lyght 


Barton 


( )gle 


Washington 


I >a\ idson 




Baker 


I . Sanders 




at Wake I. Brown 


1. Hicks 


(owsette 


E. Hicks 


1 yghl 


Barton 


Ogle 


Washington 


I i.n idson 




Baker 


P. lackson 




Clemson E. Hicks 


|. Hicks 


( owsette 


Simmon 


Lyght 


Barton 


Ogle 


Crosby 


1 )a\ idson 




P. lackson 


L. Sanders 




UVA Ogbogu 


I. Hicks 


( owsette 


E. Hicks 


lyght 


Barton 


Ogle- 


1 i,i'. In 


1 >a\ ills, in 




Baker 


L. Sanders 




.it N( SU < igbogu 


I. Hicks 


( owsette 


E. Hicks 


[ yght 


Barton 


Ogle 


l josby 


1 >, 11 Ills, Ml 




Baker 


1 . Sanders 




.it G. Tech ( igbogu 


1. Hicks 


( lowsette 


E. 1 licks 


Lyght 


Barton 


( >gle 


Crosby 


1 >avidson 




Baker 


1 . Sanileis 




Offense WR 


LT 


LG 


C 


RG RT 


TE 


WR 


QB 


RB 




1 1 BACK 


2ndTE 




Patterson 


Gilliam 


Messina 


Thomas 


Ward Feugil 


Brown ( ruz 


Cummings 


Rodgers 




Timmini 






.it 1 SU Patterson 


Gilliam 


Messina 


1 homas 


Waul Feugil 


1 lull ( ruz 


Cummings 


Rodgers 




Kalapins 


ki 




Patterson 


Gilliam 


Messina 


I homas 


Ward Feugil 


Mull 


Cummings 


l 'nderwood 


Kalapins 


o 1 lough 




at temple Patterson 


( 1 1 1 1 i.i in 


Messina 


Thomas 


Ward Feugil 


Hull ( in/ 


Cummings 


I Inderwood 


Kalapins 


ki 




Patterson 


Gilliam 


Messina 


1 homas 


Waul Feugil 


Hu 


II llatal 


i i ummings 


I Illlci Wl 


Oil 


Timmins 






WVU Patterson 


Gilliam 


Messina 


I homas 


Waul Feugil 


Hull < in/ 


Cummings 


Ionian 




1 nniniii- 






at Wake Patterson 


Gilliam 


Messina 


Thomas 


Waul Feugil 


Hull ( in/ 


Cummings 


1. .i.l.iii 




I immins 






(Jettison Walton 


( iilliam 


Messina 


1 homas 


Ward Feugil 


Hull ( in/ 


Cummings 


Rodgers 




Timmini 






UVA eseboro 


Gilliam 


Me . ana 


I homas 


Ward Feugil 


Ihl 


II 


Cummings 


Rodgers 




kalapins 


.i limmins 




atNCSU Walton 


( Iilliam 


Messina 


1 homas 


Ward 1 eugil 


Ill, 


11 i in/ 


( lummings 


Rodgers 




1 immins 






at (i. lech ( 'heeseboro 


i iilliam 


Messina 


I homas 


Ward 1 eugil 


Hu 


1 i in/ 


Cummings 


Jordan 




Rodgers 





84 



MARY 



Final Game Statistics 



Maryland Game-by-Game 



( llll'MM 

Ohio 

.11 FSU 
l \( 

,ii Temple 
Duke 
\\\ l 
at Wake 

( Unison 
UVA 
at NCSU 
at G.Tech 
Total: 



I irst Dow ns 

Tot. Rush Pass 

17 7 9 

9 

13 

16 

I i 

19 

24 

15 



16 

21 

172 



I 

6 

12 

4 

6 

6 

7 

3 

10 



! 

10 
10 
17 
8 

7 
9 
84 



Pen 

I 
3 

(i 
1 
1 
3 
I 

(i 
2 
2 
2 
16 



3rd 
Dwn 

9 l 1 
I / 1 3 
5/16 
2/12 
3/ 1 4 
3/12 
6 16 
• 16 
3/13 
5/13 
5/14 
I 154 



4th 

Dwn 

0/1 

0/1 

I 1 
0/1 
ii ii 
I 


2/2 
i : 
i 3 
3/5 
10/21 



Tot. 

Yds. 

'I 
105 
187 

19 
309 
(19 
367 
274 
127 
349 
320 
2890 



Plays 

63 

,ii 

6 

65 

60 

60 

80 

n 

49 

61 

70 
095 



Rushing 
Alt Yds 



(9 
37 

43 
54 
$6 

■ 

(0 

38 

24 
18 
ll 
415 



94 

IS 
4S 
188 

67 

122 

53 

70 

34 

150 

99 

973 



Passing 

Yds Att/Cmp/Int 

24/10/1 
I S/8/0 
14/15/0 
U/6/1 

24/17/0 

23/15/2 

50/29/0 

32/20/1 

-. 8 1 1 

29/ IS/ 1 

280 164/8 



180 
57 

1 (9 

71 

242 

197 

314 

204 

93 

[99 

221 
191 



TDs 
Run 

1 
I 
I 

2 

1 


1 

ii 
1 
I 

9 



l\ INS 

1 


II 

I 

I 

1 

II 
II 

) 

1 

Ml 



Ret 

i) 

1 

ii 


i 

ii 


II 
II 
II 
1 



FGs 

M/A 

1/2 

0/1 
1/1 
1/2 

i) 1 

1/2 
7/13 



Punting 

No./Avg. 

5/37.4 

7/33.1 
1/42.4 
3/42.0 



1 ime nl 
Poss. 

3 1 :05 

51:36 

30:27 
32:51 
28:22 

28:46 

32:15 



Opponent Game-by-Game 



Offense 

Ohio 

at I SL- 
IM 

at Temple 
Duke 
\\\ I 
.it Wake 
Clemson 
UVA 
.it N( si 
at G. Tech 
Total 



First Downs 
Tot. Rush Pass 

15 



17 
30 
21 
20 
13 
24 
25 
15 
26 
22 
25 
236 



9 

i 

10 

8 

s 

9 

13 

13 

9 

12 

109 



1 

21 
16 
8 

5 

14 

15 

12 
11 
10 
115 



Pen 



12 



3rd 4th Tot. Rushing Passing TDs FGs Punting 

Dwn Dwn Yds. Plays Att Yds Yds Att/Cmp/Int Run Pass Ret M/A No./Avg. 

9 13 1/1 260 59 50 250 10 3/1/0 3 0/0 3/47.0 

5 12 0/1 559 82 30 98 461 52/37/1 15 3/4 

5/14 1/1 410 68 29 63 347 39/24/0 1 3 1/1 

7/13 0/2 338 68 44 135 203 24/11/4 3 0/0 3/41.0 

7/14 0/0 248 58 35 146 102 23/11/1 1 1/1 7/35.7 

10/15 0/0 399 68 40 206 193 28/18/0 12 11/1 3/30.3 

7/14 1/1 481 78 37 151 330 41/20/2 13 10/0 

4/13 0/0 258 00 4o 215 43 14/7/2 2 2/2 6/35.0 

11/17 3/4 47.3 82 58 226 247 24/16/0 3 3 1/1 1/51.0 

8/15 1/4 487 71 41 194 293 30/19/1 3 2 1 1/1 1/26.0 

6/9 0/1 501 02 39 231 270 23/18/0 2 3 1/1 0/0 

79/149 7/15 4420 750 455 1921 2499 301/188/11 21 21 3 11/12 34/39.4 



Time of 

Poss. 
28:55 
29:21 

28:24 

25:09 
31:38 
29:01 
35:10 
38:15 
31:14 
27:45 
331:25 



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CHAMPIONS 



CONFERENCE:' 

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85 



V* ■ • 




Individual Game-by-Game 






Rushing 

Carries-Net Yds, TD 


#15 Jordan 


#40 Underwood 


#34 Rodgers 


#24 Boone 


#8 Westley 


Ohio 


2-2 


8-24 


20-61, 1 


4-26 


0-0 


at FSU 


5-52, 1 


12-6 


6-5 


5-30 


0-0 


UNC 


15-35 


16-63 


DNP, INI 


DNP, INI 


0-0 


.it lemple 


21-135 


18-114,2 


DNP, INJ 


DNP, INI 


0-0 


Duke 


18-70 


8-12 


0-0 


DNP, IN) 


0-0 


wvu 


18-33 


DNP, INI 


11-41, 1 


DNP, INI 


DNP, CD 


at Wake 


12-62 


DNP, IN) 


5-6 


DNP, INJ 


DNP, CD 


Clemson 


12-37, 1 


DNP, INI 


15-57 


DNP, INI 


0-0 


UVA 


9-40 


DNP, INI 


7-10 


DNP, INI 


2-6 


at NCSU 


22-126 


DNP, INI 


3-9,1 


DNP, INI 


3-13 


at G. Tech 


25-97, 1 


DNP, INI 


1-5 


DNP, INI 


1-1-3) 


Carries-Net Yds, TD 


#45 Kalapinski 


#19 James 


#4 Russell 


#14 Mastrole 


#9 Cummings 


Ohio 


0-0 


DNP, CD 


0-0 


DNP, CD 


5-1-19) 


at FSU 


1-1 


0-0 


0-0 


2-(-12) 


6-1-34) 


UNC 


1-1 


1-1-2) 


1-1-9) 


DNP, CD 


9-1-40), 1 


at Temple 


0-0 


1-1-6) 


0-0 


DNP, CD 


14- (-55) 


Duke 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


10-1-15) 


WVU 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


6-48 


at Wake 


1-3 


DNP, INI 


DNP, CD 


0-0 


12-1-18) 


Clemson 


0-0 


DNP, INI 


0-0 


DNP, CD 


11-1-24) 


UVA 


0-0 


DNP, INI 


0-0 


l-(-16) 


5-(-6) 


at NCSU 


0-0 


DNP, INI 


0-0 


0-0 


10-2 


at G. Tech 

Receiving 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


2-(-22) 


12-22 


Rec-Yds, TD 


#86 Cruz 


#34 Rodgers 


#15 Jordan 


#3 Cheeseboro 


#11 Walton 


Ohio 


6-91,1 


2-26 


1-5 


3-22 


DNP, INI 


at FSU 


0-0 


[-6 


0-0 


0-0 


DNP, INI 


UNC 


4-37 


DNP, IN] 


2-9 


0-0 


DNP, INI 


at Temple 


1-11 


DNP, INJ 


0-0 


1-3,1 


0-0 


Duke 


DNP, CD 


0-0 


4-9 


2-18 


1-17 


WVU 


2-37 


3-62 


2-24 


1-5 


112 


at Wake 


3-38 


8-64 


5-31 


1-32, 1 


5-54 


Clemson 


5-53 


5-26 


4-33 


0-0 


3-29 


UVA 


0-0 


1-14 


0-0 


0-0 


3-49 


at NCSU 


4-29 


1-23,1 


1-6 


2-77,2 


1-14 


at G. Tech 


4-41 


5-73, 1 


3-38 


4-49 


DNP, INI 


Rec-Yds, TD 


#92 Hull 


#49 Hatala 


#19 James 


#84 Patterson 




Ohio 


0-0 


0-0 


DNP, (D 


1-6 




at FSU 


2-17 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 




UNC 


1-7 


1-22 


4-49 


1-0 




at Temple 


1-7 


(1-0 


1-19 


1-14 




1 Hike 


1-5 


3-129, 1 


5-52 


1-12 




WVU 


1-40, 1 


1-3 


(1-0 


0-0 




.it Wake 


0-0 


5-64, 1 


DNP, INJ 


2-31 




( lemson 


2-17 


0-0 


DNP, INJ 


1-46 




l \ \ 


0-0 


0-0 


DNP, INJ 


1-6 




at N( SI 


1-6 


1-6 


DNP, INI 


DNP, CD 




at (.. Tech 

Passing 


1-12 


0-0 


0-0 


1-8 




< omp-Att-Yds-lnt.TD 


-9 Cummings 


*14 Mast role 


#5 Evans 


#15 Jordan 


*84 Patterson 


Ohio 


16 24-180-1, 1 


DNP, CD 


0-0-0-0 


ii n 0-0 


(1 (Ml (1 


at FSU 


7-11-48 it, t) 


1 1 9-0 


( 


ii ii (1-0 


(1 II II II 


i Mi 


13-20-120-0,0 


1 2 2 (l 


0-0-0-0 


0-1-0-0 


(1 1) II 


at lemple 


6-11-71 1,1 


DM', ( H 


ii ii ii 


11 11 11 (1 


( 


Duke 


17-23 2 12 o, 1 


ii | ii ii 


II II II (1 


1) II II 1) 





W\ 1 


15-24-197 1. 1 


DNP, CD 


0-0 II ii 


ii ii 0-0 


0-1 n I 


at Wake 


9 ,, i 


2-3 ! i 


(1 1 


n ii ii n 


0-0 ii i 


( llemson 


20 S2 -'Hi 1,0 


DNP.CD 


(1 II II II 


n n (i 





UVA 


1-14-46 ii, t) 


(-11-4 


1 


1 (1 


II 1 


at N( si 


1 I 22-161-1,3 


0-1-0-1 


0-0 ii ii 


0-0 c ii 


DM', < D 


rech 


17-28-202-1, 1 


I 


l-l 19 'i 


ii ii 0-0 


i i 



86 



Individual Game-by-Game 



Field Goals 



Punting 



Made, Missed 


#7 Rhodes 


Ohio 


3* 


.11 FSU 


no attempts 


UNC 


no attempts 


,n temple 


35, 3? 


Duke 


no attempts 


WVU 


no attempts 


.11 Wake 


no attempts 


Clemson 


no attempts 


r\ \ 


no attempts 


at NCSU 


no attempts 


at G. Tech 


no attempts 


Defensive Linem 


Solo- Assist Total 


#91 Cowsette 


Ohio 


5-1-6 


.u FSU 


2-1-3 


I N< 


4-2-6 


.ii temple 


4-1-5 


Duke 


1 2 6 


WVU 


3-3-6 


ai Wake 


7-1-8 


Clemson 


8-1-9 


I \ A 


6-1-7 


.ii NCSU 


4-1-3 


.it G.Tech 


2-0-2 


Solo-Assist Total 


#55 Simmons 


Ohio 


1-1-2 


.ii FSI 


3-1-4 


I'M 


2-1-3 


at temple 


1-1-2 


Duke 


2-2-4 


WVU 


2-1-3 


ai Wake 


0-2-2 


( llemson 


1 6-7 


UVA 


1-1-2 


.it NCSU 


0-2-2 


.u G.Tech 


\-tt-\ 



#17 Kopka 

I >\l'.( 1) 
DNP.CD 
DNP,< D 
no attempts 
56, 17, >] 
-w 

19, 33 

■*± 

no attempts 

39. 44 



No.-Avg., Long 


#30 1 d wards 


i Ihio 


1 14.5, 47 


.ii FSU 


7 41.4,56 


i N( 


8 S6.8, 1 1 


.it Temple 


6 V..**, 32 


Duke 


1 1 1 1 


\\\ I 


I i9.o 16 


at Wake 


i-3 |, 45 


( llemson 


7 J6. 1 , 54 


UVA 


5 $3.4, 12 


.u NCSU 


5 42.4, 55 


.u (,. tech 


3-42.0,44 



all) Starner 
blo( ked 

3-37.3,51 
DNP,( I) 
DNP.CD 
DNP.CD 
DNP, < D 
DM', ( I) 
DM', CD 
[i 
DM', ( I) 
DNP, CD 



#53 J. Hicks 
7-2-9 

3-1-4 
2-0-2 
0-0-0 
1-1-2 
0-4 I 
3-3-6 
4-2-6 
4-1-5 
3-0-3 
2-1-5 

#98 A. Jenkins 

0-0-0 
1-1-2 

1-2-3 
1-1-2 
1-1-2 
0-1-1 
4-2-6 
2-0-2 
3-0-3 
1-0-1 
3-1-4 



#42 Ogbogu 
9-2-1 I 
[-3-4 

I I 

6-2-8 

3-1-4 

1-2-3 

DNP, IN] 

0-1-1 

3-0-3 

2-1-3 

1-1-2 

#57 K. Jenkins 

0-1-1 

(1-1-1 

2-1-3 

0-0-0 

0-0-0 

1-2-3 

2-0-2 

0-2-2 

0-1-1 

1-0-1 

2-1-3 



#90 E. Hicks 

8 o 8 

1 1 
2-1-3 
i) 1 1 
2-2-4 
3-1-4 
3-1-4 
2-1-3 
4-2-6 
4-0-4 

2 2-4 



Linebackers 



Solo-Assist-Total 


#32 Ogle 


Ohio 


7-7-14 


at FSU 


9-4-13 


I N< 


4-5-4 


at Temple 


4-6-10 


Duke 


9-6-15 


WVU 


7-6 1 i 


ai Wake 


5-3-8 


Clemson 


10-7-17 


I \ \ 


5-8 1 ! 


at NCSU 


5-7-12 


atG. lech 


10-4-14 



Secondary 



#44 Barton 

7-7-14 

8-4-12 

11-6-17 

8-2-10 

7-4-11 

6-2-8 

10-4-14 

8-7-15 

6-5- 1 1 

8-5-13 

6-3-9 



#41 Lyght 



1 -0- 1 

2-2-4 

6-1 

5-3 

6-2 

5-1 

2-3 

3-1-4 

5-3-8 

3-3-6 



#50 B.White 
1-8-9 
2-1-3 
0-0-0 

0-0-0 

o-o-o 

1-0-1 
0-0-0 

0-0-0 
3-1-4 
1-1-2 
2-1-3 



Solo-Assist-Tackle 


#37 Sanders 


Ohio 


8-1-9 


.it FSU 


4-1-5 


UNC 


3-4-7 


at Temple 


7-2-4 


Duke 


2-0-2 


WVU 


6-4-10 


.it Wake 


0-0-0 


Clemson 


9-3-12 


UVA 


3 2 5 


at NCSU 


9-1-10 


at G. Tech 


3-2-5 



#2 Baker 

1-1-2 

3-4-7 

4-1-5 

5-1-6 

5-1-6 

7-5-10 

5-3-8 

4-0-4 

8-2-10 

4-2-6 



#12 Washington 

2-0-2 

11-1-12 

4-1-5 

6-2-8 

0-0-0 

1-1-2 

1-0-1 

0-0-0 

2-2-4 

0-1-1 

1-1-2 



#25 Crosbv 
DNP. INI ' 
DNP. INI 
DNP. INI 
DNP, INI 
DNP, INI 
2-1-3 
4-0-4 
1-3-4 
4-1-5 
4-2-6 
6-0-6 



#36 P. Jackson 

0-1-1 
3-0-3 
3-0-3 
1-0-1 
2-0-2 
0-1-1 
6-3-9 
2-2-4 
1-0-1 
1-0-1 
0-1-1 



87 



ACC Review 



BALL 



FINAL 1997 ACC STANDINGS 

Team W L 

Florida State Seminoles 8 

North Carolina Tar Heels 7 1 

Virginia Cavaliers 5 3 

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 5 3 

Clemson Tigers 4 4 

N.C. State Wolfpack 3 5 

Wake Forest Deamon Deacons 3 5 

Maryland Terrapins 1 7 

Duke Blue Devils 8 
Vs. Non-Conference: 22-9-0 (.710) 



ACC Games 












Overall 












For Opp 


Hm 


Rd 


Nu 


w 


L 


For 


Opp 


Hm 


Rd 


Nu 


Streak 


347 128 


4-0 


4-0 


0-0 


11 


1 


468 


181 


5-0 


5-1 


1-0 


Won 1 


204 110 


3-1 


4-0 


0-0 


11 


1 


348 


146 


5-1 


5-0 


1-0 


Won 3 


200 187 


3-1 


2-2 


0-0 


7 


4 


277 


242 


5-2 


2-2 


0-0 


Won 1 


200 208 


3-1 


2-2 


0-0 


7 


5 


314 


296 


3-2 


3-3 


1-0 


Won 1 


166 158 


1-3 


3-1 


0-0 


7 


5 


291 


219 


3-3 


4-1 


0-1 


Lost 1 


215 199 


2-2 


1-3 


0-0 


6 


5 


325 


268 


4-2 


2-3 


0-0 


Won 3 


166 229 


2-2 


1-3 


0-0 


5 


6 


245 


287 


3-2 


2-4 


0-0 


Lost 1 


109 282 


1-3 


0-4 


0-0 


2 


9 


161 


355 


1-5 


1-4 


0-0 


Lost 6 


157 283 


0-4 


0-4 


0-0 


2 


9 


223 


341 


2-4 


0-5 


0-0 


Lost 7 


Vs. Non-ACCAPRc 


nked Teams: 5 


■5-0 (.500) 




Vs. Division 1-A: 20-9-0 (.690) 







ACC BOWL GAME RESULTS 



FINAL ACC INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 



Carquest Bowl Sugar Bowl 

Georgia Tech 35, West Virginia 30 Florida State 31, Ohio State 14 

Gator Bowl Peach Bowl 

North Carolina 42, Virginia Tech 3 Auburn 21, Clemson 17 



ACC SPECIAL HONORS 



Player of the Year: Andre Wadsworth, FSLI 
Defensive Player of the Year: Wadsworth, FSLI 
Offensive Player of the Year: Thad Busby, FSU 
Rookie of the Year: Travis Minor, FSU 
Coach of the Year: Bobbv Bowden, FSLI 



Rushing Yards Per Game 



ACC ALL-LEAGUE TEAMS 



First Team Offense 

WR 

WR 
OT 
OT 
OG 
OG 
C 
TE 
QB 
RB 
RB 
PK 



Torry Holt, NCS 
E.G. Green, FSU 
fim Bundren, Clem. 
Tra Thomas, FSU 
Glenn Rountree, Clem. 
Lonnie Gilbert, NCS 
(eft Saturday, UNC 
Melvin Pearsall, FSU 
Thad Busby, FSU 
Trcmayne Stephens, NCS 
Ka\ mond Priester, ( lcm. 
Sims l.enhardt, Duke 



Second Team Offense 

WR Peter Warrick, FSU 

WR Tony Home, (Mem. 

01 Ken ( elaj, GT 

OT Doug Karczewski, UVa 

( >( , (ason Whitaker, FSU 

OG ( had Melita, Duke 

< Ke\ mi I ong, I si I 

[I Alge Crumpler, UN( 

QB Brian Kuklick, Wl 

RB Jonathan Linton, UNC 

RB Travis Minor, FSU 

PK Sebastian lanikowski, I si 



First Team Defense 

DL Andre Wadsworth, FSU 

DL Greg Ellis, UNC 

DL Vonnie Holliday, UNC 

DL Antonio Dingle, UVa 

LB Anthony Simmons, Clem. 

LB Sam Cowart, FSU 

LB Kivuusama Mays, UNC 

DB Dre' Bly, UNC 

DB Anthony Poindexter, UVa 

DB Samari Rolle, FSU 

DB Robert Williams, UNC 

P Rodney Williams, GT 

SP Tony Home, Clem. 

Second Team Defense 

DL 
DL 
DL 
Dl 
Dl 
LB 
LB 
LB 
DB 
DB 
DB 
DB 
DB 
P 
SP 



Raymond White, ( lcm. 
Ralph I lughes, ( , I 
Chris Combs, I Juke 
I orenzo Bromwell, Clem. 
( Ireg Spues, 1 si ' 
Brian Simmons, I \( 
Daryl Bush, FSU 
Keith Brooking, I i I 
Omar Brown, l'\( 

Shevin Smith, I si 
Antwan Edwards, c Hem. 
I )exter [ackson, I si 
I ) Angclo Solomon, Wl 
Tripp Moore, Wl 
Sc ottie Montgi imery, Duke 



Player, School 




GP 


ATT 


YDS 


AVG 


TD 


PC, 


Tremayne Stephens, NCS 






204 


1,142 


5.6 


10 


103.8 


[onathon Linton, UNC 






248 


1,004 


4.0 


10 


91.3 


Raymond Priester, Clem. 






204 


894 


4.4 


6 


89.4 


Thomas Jones, UVa 






201 


692 


3.4 


4 


62.9 


LaMont Jordan, Md. 






159 


689 


4.3 


3 


62.6 


Travis Minor, FSLI 






112 


h25 


5.6 


9 


56.6 


Charles Wiley, GT 






150 


507 


3.8 


9 


51.6 


Herman Lewis, WF 






114 


491 


4.3 


4 


44.6 


Joe Hamilton, GT 






140 


478 


3.4 


5 


43.5 


Morgan Kane, WF 






109 


445 


4.1 


3 


40.5 


Carlos King, NCS 






70 


380 


5.4 


1 


34.6 


( li.nlie Rogers, GT 






58 


297 


5.1 





33.0 


Laymarr Marshall, Duke 






70 


359 


5.1 


3 


32.6 


Nealon Greene, Clem. 






101 


342 


3.4 


1 


31.1 


Dawud Rasheed, Duke 






78 


321 


4.1 


2 


29.2 


Receptions Per Game 
















Player, School 




GP 


RFC 


YDS 


AVG 


ID 


PG 


Desmond Clark, WF 






■Jl 


950 


13.2 


5 


6.6 


Tony Home, Clem. 






68 


897 


13 


2 


8 


6.2 


Torry Holt, NCS 






62 


1,099 


17 


7 


16 


5.6 


Na Brown, UNC 






55 


610 


1 1 


1 


4 


5.0 


E.G. Green, FSU 






54 


1 ,059 


19 


6 


II 


4.9 


lammie Deese, WF 






54 


697 


12 


9 


4 


4.9 


Germane Crowell, UVa 






53 


969 


18 


1 


9 


48 


Peter Warrick, FSU 






53 


8S4 


16 


7 


8 


4.8 


Harvey Middleton, GT 






52 


839 


16 


1 


7 


4.7 


Scottie Montgomery, Duke 






51 


633 


12 


i 


4 


4.6 


Receiving Yardage Per Game 












Player, School 




GP 


RFC 


YDS 


AVG 


ID 


PC, 


Torry 1 lolt, NCS 






02 


1 ,099 


17.7 


16 


99.9 


E.G. Green, FSU 






54 


1,059 


19.6 


II 


96, * 


Germane Crowell, UVa 






53 


969 


18.3 


'1 


88.1 


Desmond Clark, WF 






72 


950 


13.2 


5 


86.4 


Tony 1 lorne, < Hem. 






68 


897 


13.2 


8 


M • 


Peter Warrick, FSU 






53 


884 


16 


8 


80.4 


1 larve) Middleton, i i 1 






52 


839 


16 1 


7 


76.3 


1 .( Stevens, UN< 






1- 


"27 


16.2 


3 


66. 1 


Corey Thomas, 1 Hike 






45 


707 


i 


7 


64.3 


lammie 1 teese, Wl 






>4 


69 


12.9 


I 


63.4 


Passing Efficiency 
















Player, School 


GP 


\l 1 


( MP 


PCI 


MIS 11) 


INI 


PIS 


Aaron Brooks, UVa 


1 1 


270 


164 


.607 


'282 20 


7 


151.00 


Thad Busby, FSU 


11 




!35 


603 


1317 25 


10 




|oe 1 1. million, ( , 1 


ll 


268 


173 


646 


2314 12 




i 16.63 


Nealon < Ireene, < lcm. 


1 1 


!6 ■ 


169 


.6 )8 


: 1 2n 1 6 


8 


145.05 


( bus Keldorf.l N< 


'» 


181 


104 




lis 12 


9 




lamie Barnette, Nl S 


1 1 


10 


171 


;6i 


2378 19 


II 


l (4.26 


Brian Kuklick, W] 


9 


312 


190 





'isii 15 


II 




Brian < urnmings, Md 


11 




1 54 


.604 


'Ml III 


6 


',,,,ii 


Bobby! ampbell, Duke 


9 


l 6 


85 


is: 


92 


) 


in 


8 l s l 



88 



ACC Review 



Total Offense 



Punt Returns 



Player, School 


,l> RUN 


I'ASS 


PI.Y TOT. PP 


IDK 


l'(, 


Thad Busby, FSU 


II 16 


S317 


)90 


1301 7.4 


27 


130.1 


loe 1 lamilton, i > 1 


II 178 


2314 


■los 2792 6.8 


17 


253.1 


Brian Kuklick.Wl 


9 IS 


2180 


163 


132 1.9 


16 


236.9 


Aaron Brooks, UVa 


11 255 


2282 


355 


13 


25 


230,0 


Nealon Greene, Clem, 


11 )42 


2120 


366 


468 6 7 


i 


224,1 


[amie Barnette, Nl S 


11 78 




179 


!456 6.5 


ij 


[23.3 


i hris Keldorf, I'M 


9 ins 


I 148 


207 


140 6.5 


13 


148.9 


Brian ( lummings, Md. 


ll 139 


1 760 


[55 


621 4.6 




1 1 


Bobby Campbell, Duke 


9 82 


92 , 


224 


nil M 


6 


1 1 1.9 


[rema) ne Stephens, N« s 


II 1142 





204 


142 5.6 


Hi 


103.8 


All-Purpose Yardage 














I'lavcr, School ( 


II' RUN 


RFC 


PR KR 


lOl PEN PP 


PG 


I'ony Home, Clem. 


11 7 


897 


298 4 U I 


1693 12 


14,0 


153.9 


[onathon 1 inton, UNI 


II lllill 


286 





1290 27 


7 4.7 


117.3 


Tremayne Stephens, N( S 


II 1142 


147 





1289 22 


5,8 


117.2 


Petei Warrick, 1 St) 


11 -16 


884 


188 


1279 86 14.9 


116.3 


fbrr) Holt, N< S 


11 6 


1099 


162 


1267 77 16.5 


115.2 


Scottie Montgomery, Duke 


1 1 


633 


396 


1236 8ii 15.5 


112,4 


Raymond Priester, Clem. 


10 894 


113 





1007 218 4.6 


100.7 


1 ,G. Green, FSU 


11 9 


1039 





1068 55 19.4 


97.1 


Terrence Wilkins, UVa 


11 -2 


506 


94 441 


1039 7 


5 13.7 


94.5 


Harvey Middleton, GT 


1 1 7 


839 


183 


1031 7 


i 13.6 


93.7 


Scoring 














Player, School G 


> IPS TD1 


PAT 


FG PTS 


PG 


Torry Holt, N( S 1 


1 16 





6 


1 


98 


8.91 


Sebastian lanikowski, FSU l 


1 








37-39 16 


21 85 


7.73 


Sims 1 enhardt, Duke 1 


1 


ii 





22-22 16 


20 70 


6.36 


IoshMci.ee, I N( 1 


1 II 


ii 


I) 


34-36 12 


16 70 


6.36 


Chris Hensler, NCS 1 


1 








39-39 10 


17 69 


6.27 


Matthew Burdick,WF 1 


1 








24-24 15 


23 69 


6.27 


Dave 1 rakes, 1 , 1 1 


) 





n 


25-25 12 


16 61 


6.10 


[onathon Linton, UNC 1 


1 11 


10 


1 





60 


6.00 


Travis Minor, FSU 1 


1 II 


9 


2 





66 


6.00 


E.G. Green, FSU 1 


1 II 





11 





66 


6.00 


Field Goals 














Player, School 


GP 


IGA 


FGM 


LG 


PCT 


PG 


Sims Lenhardt, Duke 


II 


211 


16 


50 


.800 


1.45 


Sebastian lanikowski, FSU 


11 


21 


16 


56 


.760 


1.45 


Matthew Burdick, WF 


II 


23 


15 


46 


.650 


1.36 


David Richardson. Clem. 


10 


1 1 


12 


42 


.920 


1.20 


Dave 1 rakes, G 1 


11) 


16 


12 


45 


.73(1 


1,2(1 


losh McGee,UNC 


11 


16 


12 


37 


.750 


1 .09 


Chris Hensler, NCS 


1 1 


17 


10 


44 


.590 


0.91 


lohn Allen Roberts, UVa 


11 


14 


8 


48 


.570 


0.73 


Punting 














Player, School 


GP PUNTS 


\ \Rlis 


Bl.K 


LG 


AVG 


Rodney Williams, GT 




47 


2145 





65 


45.04 


Kevin 1 aird, Clem. 




58 


2472 


j 


69 


42,02 


Tripp Moore, WF 




50 


2088 


2 


55 


41.76 


Brian Morton, Duke 




59 


2445 


1 


58 


41.44 


Frank Rotella, UVa 




60 


2398 


1 


56 


39.96 


Brian Schmitz, UNC 




37 


2278 


4 


57 


39.96 


lason Biggs, NCS 




54 


2113 





55 


394 3 


Keith Cottrell, 1 SI 




58 


2227 


1 


54 


38.39 


Russell Edwards, Md. 




58 


2204 


1 


56 


38.00 


Kickoff Returns 














Player, School 


G 


NO 


YDS 


LG 


TD 


AVG 


Tony Home, Clem. 


1 1 


18 


491 


77 





27.3 


\h les Savage, WF 


11 


20 


524 


98 


1 


26.2 


UvisWhitted, N( S 


11 


20 


489 


69 





24.5 


1 ew is Sanders, Md. 


11 


19 


460 


90 


1 


24,2 


Dez White. GT 


10 


14 


330 


95 


1 


23.6 


Antwan Edwards, Clem. 


10 


12 


280 


43 





23.3 


Scottie Montgomery, Duke 


11 


2h 


596 


53 





22.9 


Rashon Spikes. NCS 


11 


17 


S66 


38 





21.5 


Charlie Rogers, GT 


9 


15 


317 


44 





21.1 


Terrence Wilkins. UVa 


11 


21 


441 


16 





21.(1 


Duane Epperson, Duke 


10 


14 


253 


26 





18,1 



Player, School 


G 


NO 


YDS 


II, 


1 l> 


AVG 


i, , l easter, FSU 


10 


14 


221 


41 





14.7 


Peter Warrick, FSU 


1 1 


!9 




-/i 


1 


1 3.4 


Tony 1 [orne, ' Kin. 


1 1 


"i 




1 


1 


10.3 


I l.n vc\ Middleton. ( IT 


1 1 




;- , 


21 





8,1 


Die Bly, UNI 


II 


l'< 


127 


in 





i. 


Terrence Wilkins, UVa 


1 1 


17 


94 


1 1 


'1 




Reggie Austin, WF 


1 1 


18 




21 





5.2 


Tony l.icksi.n, Md, 


9 


12 


l 1 


1 i 





1,6 


Interceptions 














Player, School 


G 


INT 


YDS 


K, 


ID 


I'l, 


Samari Rolle, FSU 


1 1 


7 


32 


;g 


(1 


0.64 


DreBlv, I \( 


II 


'. 


55 


28 




(i 15 


Anthony I'oindexler, UVa 


10 


4 




2.' 





n in 


Antwan Edwards, < Hem. 


10 


1 


83 


17 


1 


0.40 


Hassan Shamsid-1 leen, N< S 


10 


1 


6 


I. 


II 


ii in 



Tackle Leaders 



Player, School 


GP UA 


\S1 


1 1 1 


SA< K 


I'll 


PG 


Anthony Simmons, Clem. 


II 83 


61 


21-88 


i, i:-: 


144 


1 i.l 


Kendall Ogle, Md. 


11 75 


i,', 


7-16 


1-6 


1 s* 


12.5 


Eric Barton, Md. 


1 1 83 


49 


10-37 


3-21 


1 34 


12.2 


Chike Egbuniwe, Duke 


1 1 82 


-.11 


10-46 


10 


132 


12 il 


Keith Brooking, GT 


11 79 


52 


8-19 


2-23 


131 


1 1.9 


Ryan Stallmeyer, Duke 


11 73 


53 


8-25 


3-12 


126 


1 1 5 


Kivuusama Mavs, UNC 


II 75 


50 


17-57 


3-24 


123 


11.2 


Brian Simmons, UNC 


1 1 on 


59 


13-27 


3 14 


119 


10.8 


Wali Rainer, UVa 


II 66 


52 


15-66 


9-53 


1 IS 


10.7 


Sam Covvart, FSU 


II 62 


54 


8-22 


4-13 


1 16 


10.5 


Ron Rogers, GT 


1 1 67 


48 


2-5 


0-0 


1 15 


10.5 


Morocco Brown, N< S 


11 56 


58 


7-10 


2-11 


114 


10.4 


Darvl Bush, FSU 


10 53 


44 


12-50 


7-41 


97 


9.7 


Mond Wilson, Clem. 


9 42 


43 


N-24 


2-5 


85 


9.4 


Greg Williams, UNC 


9 38 


15 


1-2 


ii n 


Si 


9.2 


Omar Brown, UNC 


11 43 


52 


2-3 


0-0 


97 


8,8 


Bvron Thweatt, UVa 


11 62 




3 13 


3-10 


97 


8.8 


Dustin Lyman, WF 


11 57 


34 


9-65 


7-58 


91 


8.3 


Greg Ellis, UNC 


11 47 


in 


18-74 


9-65 


87 


7.9 


Anthony Poindexter, UVa 


10 25 


53 


0-0 


0-0 


78 


7.8 



QB Sacks 



Andre Wadsworth, FSU 1 6 

Greg Spires. FSU 10 

Greg Ellis, UNC 9 

Wah Rainer, UVa 9 

Patrick Kerney, UVa 8 

Tackles for Loss 

Anthony Simmons, Clem. 2 1 

Andre Wadsworth, FSU 19 

Greg Ellis, UNC 1 8 

Kivuusama Mays, UNC 17 

Chris Coombs. Duke 17 

Passes Broken Up 

1,N 

14 
13 
13 

11 



Tony Scott, NCS 
Antwan Edwards, Clem. 
Samari Rolle, FSU 
Robert Williams, UNC 
Three tied with 




Eric Barton 



89 





































































ACC Review 




FINAL ACC TEAM STATISTICS 




Total Offense 










Passing Efficiency Defense 






3rd Down Conversion Defense 








School 


PLAY 


YDS 


PP 


TD 


PG 


School ATT-CMP 


PCT 


YDS INT TD 


PTS 


School 


G 


CON 


ATT 




PCT 


Florida State 


784 


4973 


6.3 


49 


452.1 


N.Carolina 322 


-148 


.460 


1445 15 


7 


81.5 


Florida State 


11 


35 


168 




.208 


NC State 


769 


4414 


5.7 


40 


401.3 


Florida State 338 


-164 


.485 


2084 22 


12 


99.0 


North Carolina 


11 


37 


164 




.226 


North Carolina 


786 


4168 


5.3 


34 


378.9 


Clemson 359 


-188 


.524 


2467 9 


9 


113.4 


NC State 


11 


54 


155 




.348 


Georgia Tech 


728 


4037 


5.6 


31 


367.0 


Virginia 326 


-192 


.589 


232 


12 


15 


126.5 


Clemson 


11 


59 


165 




.358 


Clemson 


766 


3985 


5.2 


28 


362.3 


NC State 351 


-194 


.553 


2738 8 


14 


134.1 


Virginia 


11 


58 


152 




.381 


Wake Forest 


804 


3949 


4.9 


27 


359.0 


Wake Forest 403 


-243 


.603 


29C 


7 9 


-)-) 


134.4 


Wake Forest 


11 


69 


174 




.397 


Virginia 


718 


3850 


5.4 


33 


350.0 


Georgia Tech402 


-257 


.639 


3254 16 


23 


142.9 


Duke 


11 


66 


160 




.413 


Duke 


733 


3379 


4.6 


2} 


307.2 


Duke 275 


-164 


.596 


2414 10 


15 


144.1 


Georgia Tech 


11 


68 


153 




.444 


Maryland 


695 


2890 


4.2 


19 


262.7 


Maryland 301 


-188 


.625 


2499 1 1 


21 


147.9 


Maryland 


11 


80 


150 




.533 


Rushing Offense 










Scoring Defense 












Quarterback Sacks 










School 


ATT 


YDS 


PC 


1 D 


PG 


School 


rD 


KX 


OX 


FG S 


PTS 


PG 


School 


SACKS 


YAR 




PG 


NC State 


452 


1967 


4.4 


20 


178.8 


North Carolina 


15 


14 





13 


143 


13.0 


Florida State 


59 




348 




5.4 


Clemson 


480 


1772 


3.7 


12 


161.1 


Florida State 


22 


18 


1 


5 


167 


15.2 


North Carolina 


40 




293 




3.6 


Georgia Tech 


449 


1667 


3.7 


18 


151.6 


Clemson 


23 


19 


1 


13 


198 


18.0 


Virginia 


30 




205 




2.7 


Duke 


401 


1387 


3.5 


10 


126.1 


Virginia 


30 


30 





10 1 


242 


22.0 


Clemson 


30 




200 




2.7 


Virginia 


411 


1297 


3.2 


12 


117.9 


Georgia Tech 


34 


28 


2 


10 


266 


24.2 


Wake Forest 


28 




201 




2.5 


North Carolina 


420 


1288 


3.1 


15 


117.1 


NC Sute 


33 


27 


2 


13 


268 


24.4 


NC State 


27 




162 




2.5 


Florida State 


344 


1233 


3.6 


19 


112.1 


Wake Forest 


36 


29 


1 


13 1 


288 


26.2 


Georgia Tech 


22 




146 




2.0 


Wake Forest 


399 


1163 


2.9 


11 


105.7 


Duke 


42 


36 


1 


17 


341 


31.0 


Duke 


21 




120 




1.9 


Maryland 


415 


973 


2.3 


9 


88.5 


Maryland 


46 


44 





11 1 


355 


32.3 


Maryland 


17 




114 




1.5 


Passing Offense 










Kickoff Returns 












Time of Possession 










School ATT-CMP PCT 


YDS 


TD INT 


PG 


School 


RET 


YDS 


LG TD 


AVG 


School 


FOR 


OPP 


MARC 


Florida St. 440 


-262 .595 


3740 


30 


1 1 


340.0 


Wake Forest 




31 


732 


98 


1 


23.6 


Clemson 


32:54 


27:08 




+ 5:46 


N. Carolina 366 


-221 .604 


2880 


19 


12 


261.8 


Clemson 




38 


887 


77 





23.3 


North Carolina 


32:02 


27: 


58 




+ 4:04 


Wake Forest 405 


-244 .602 


2786 


16 


16 


253.3 


NC State 




42 


923 


69 





22.0 


NC State 


31:07 


28: 


53 




+ 2:24 


Virginia 307 


-183 .596 


2553 


21 


8 


232.1 


Maryland 




43 


908 


90 


1 


21.1 


Florida State 


30:15 


29:45 




+0:30 


NC^State 317 


-180 .568 


2447 


20 


14 


222.5 


Georgia Tech 




38 


774 


95 


1 


20.4 


Wake Forest 


30: 1 5 


29:45 




+0:30 


Georgia Tech279 


-177 .634 


2370 


13 


9 


215.5 


Duke" 




48 


969 


53 





20.2 


Maryland 


30:03 


29:57 




+ 0:06 


Clemson 286 


-177 .619 


2213 


16 


10 


201.2 


Virginia 




41 


809 


46 





19.7 


Duke 


29:38 


30: 


22 




-0:44 


Duke 332 


-164 .494 


1992 


13 


19 


181.1 


Florida State 




27 


526 


38 





19.5 


Georgia Tech 


29:36 


30: 


24 




-0:48 


Maryland 280 


-164 .586 


1917 


10 


8 


174.3 


North Carolina 




31 


577 


41 





18.6 


Virginia 


29:30 


30:30 




- 1 :00 


Scoring Offense 










Punt Returns 














Turnover Margin 










School 


rD KX 


OX FG ! 


l'|s 


PG 


School 


RET 


YDS 


LG TD 


AVG 




Gained 


Lost 






Florida St. 


55 47 


2 


8 1 


437 


39.7 


Florida State 




45 


632 


90 


1 


14.0 


School 


FM IN TO FM 


IN TO 


MAR 


NC State 


42 39 


2 





i2i 


29.5 


NC State 




20 


225 


56 





11.3 


Florida State 


10 22 


32 6 


14 


20 


+ 1.36 


N. Carolina 


38 34 





4 1 


30e 


27.8 


Clemson 




30 


304 


45 


1 


10.1 


Maryland 


14 11 


25 9 


8 


17 


H0.73 


Georgia Tech 


iJ> 31 


1 


6 


27S 


25.4 


Georgia Tech 




25 


253 


30 


1 


1(1.1 


Virginia 


14 12 


26 12 


8 


20 


+ 0.55 


Virginia 


36 33 


1 


8 1 


277 


25.2 


North Carolina 




38 


338 


40 


s 


8.9 


Georgia Tech 


3 16 


21 8 


9 


17 


1-0.36 


Clemson 


32 22 


1 


4 1 


275 


25.0 


Duke 




22 


191 


57 


1 


8.7 


North Carolina 


12 15 


27 16 


12 


28 


-0.09 


Wake Forest 


29 24 


I 


5 


245 


22.3 


Virginia 




22 


187 


33 


1 


8.5 


Clemson 


9 9 


18 10 


10 


20 


-0.18 


Duke 


25 2} 


I 


6 


2 2 


20.3 


Maryland 




18 


109 


24 





6.1 


NC State 


10 8 


is 8 


14 


-> j 


-0.36 


Maryland 


20 IS 


1 


7 


161 


14.6 


Wake Forest 




27 


154 


21 





5.7 


Duke 
Wake Forest 


11 10 
7 9 


21 9 
16 15 


19 
16 


28 

31 


11.61 
-1.36 


Total Defense 










Net Punting 

School 


























School 


PLY 


YDS 


IT 


ID 


PG 


PUNTS 


RETURN 




NET 


Kickoff Return Coverage 








North Carolina 


693 


2302 


3.3 


12 


209.3 


Georgia Tech 


47-45.6 




19-220 




41.0 


School 


Rl 1 


YDS 


IX, ID 


AVG 


Florida State 


717 


2655 


3.7 


22 


241.4 


Wake Forest 


52 


-40.2 




23-156 




37.2 


Wake Forest 


48 


886 


69 





IS j 


Clemson 


721 


343X 


4.8 


19 


312.6 


Virginia 


61 


-39.6 




22-175 




36.7 


Georgia lech 


29 


766 


40 





18 7 


Virginia 


721 


3574 


5.0 


28 


3249 


Duke 


63-40.1 




31-256 




36. 1 


North Carolina 


41 


807 


90 


1 


19.7 


Wake lores! 


767 


3964 


5.2 


33 


360.4 


NC State 


54 


-39.1 




22-190 




35.6 


( lemson 


32 


632 


J 8 





19.8 


NC State 


760 


4179 


5.5 


il 


379.8 


Maryland 


64-37.2 




28-220 




33.8 


Virginia 


16 


931 


II 





20.2 


Maryland 


756 


4420 


5.2 


42 


401.8 


Clemson 


60-41.2 




32-455 




33.6 


Florida Stale 


38 


-94 


67 





20.4 


1 Hike 


772 


I 102 


5.8 


38 


409.3 


North < Carolina 


62 


-37.4 




24-245 




(3.5 


Duke 


10 


858 


'IS 


1 


21.5 


Georgia Tech 


781 


4719 


6.0 


S3 


429.0 


1 lorida State 


i,i 


-37.1 




26-250 




33.0 


\i State 
M.n viand 


i 

29 


1033 

711 


52 

•IS 




1 


22.M 
24.5 


Rushing Defense 










3rd Down Conversion Offense 


















School 


Al 1 


YDS 


PC 


ID 


PG 


School 


(. 


( ON 


All 




PCI 


Penalty Yardage 










Florida State 


379 


571 


1.5 


10 


51.9 


Georgia lech 


1 1 




71 


153 




.464 


School 


PI \ 


VAKI 




PG 


North Carolina 


371 


857 


2.3 


5 


77.9 


North Carolina 


11 




75 


172 




.136 


t lemson 


6l 




168 




42.6 


( lemson 


., 


971 




10 


88.3 


N< State 


11 




64 


155 




.413 


Duke 


19 




18 




H ■ 


Wake Fore i 


164 


1057 


9 


1 1 


96.1 


( lemson 


11 




65 


162 




.401 


North Carolina 


67 




542 




19 


Virginia 


19 


1254 


3.2 


13 


114.0 


Virginia 


11 




16 


l 




.381 


Maryland 


69 




I. 




19.6 


N( State 





1441 


3.5 


12 


1 10.9 


w.il.i Foresl 


1 1 




60 


165 




.364 


Wake 1 oust 


1 




,6 




5 1 .6 


< "ii lech 


379 


160 


3.9 


10 


1 


1 lorida Male 


1 1 




55 


152 




.362 


\i Stati 






609 




i I 


Man land 


1 


1921 


4.2 


21 


1 . 1 


Duke 


1 1 




60 


166 




.36 1 


1 leorgia lech 







652 




■ 


1 hike 


492 




4.2 


23 


189.8 


Mankind 


11 




IS 


|5.| 




1 


\ irginia 
Florida State 


76 
113 




896 




19 



90 



Game Recaps 




Game 1 

Ohio 21 

Maryland 14 

Sept. 6, 1997 
Byrd Stadium 
Attendance: 30,100 



CO! I EG] PARK, NM. M.iryLind began the season by scoring 
touchdowns on its first two possessions ol the season, but that was 
all the scoring the lerpsdidin a 2] 14 season-opening loss to Ohio. 
Senior tailback Budd) Rodgers capped of] a 77-yard, 16 plaj open 
ing drive with a one yard run up the middle to put the Terps ahead 
0. On its second possession, Maryland quarterback Brian 
Cummings hit receiver Moises Cruz with a 35-yard touchdown pass 
on the first play of the second quarter. ( ximmings completed 16 of 
2 I passes lor ISO yards, ami his 66.7 completion percentage marked 
the seventh time in his career that he completed 60 percent or more 
ol his passes in a single game. Ohio accounted for the only scoring 
in the second half. Bobcat quarterback Kareem Wilson scored on a 
one-yard run with 12:05 remaining in the third quarter to tie the 
game at 1 I. then halfback [ohn Cosgrove scored the winning touch- 
down on a five-vard run with 12:04 remaining in the contest. 



Ohio 





7 


7 


7 


21 




Maryland 


7 


7 








14 



Scoring Summary 

First Quarter 

Ml) — Rodgers 1 run (Rhodes kick), 2:29 

Second Quarter 

MD — Cruz 35 pass from ( ummings (Rhodes kick), 14:53 

OU Wilson I run Huston kick),2:48 

Third Quarter 

Ol) — Wilson 1 run (Huston kick), 12:05 

Fourth Quarter 

OL' — Cosgrove 5 run (Huston kick), 12:04 



TEAM STATISTICS 




b»s Game 2 



Maryland 
Florida State 



7 
50 



Sept. 13, 1997 

Doak Campbell Stadium 

Attendance: 72,237 



I All \H\SS||, I la. — LaMont [ordan began his personal 199: 
highlight show with an impressive outing before an AB< television 
audience. Jordan scored his fust career touchdown on a 44-yard run 
— the fourth longest by a freshman in school history — with six 
minutes remaining in the second quarter. It would also hold up as 
the longest run from scrimmage by a Terp in 1997. Several other 
Terps set personal marks as well. Freshman Ton) [ackson posted his 
first career interception and junior defensive end Rasheed Simmons 
recorded his first career sack as a Terp. He also had three tackles 
behind the line ol scrimmage for a total of minus-21 yards. Eric 
Barton recorded two ot the Terps' four sacks. 



Maryland 





7 








7 




Florida State 


17 


13 


14 


6 


50 



Scoring Summary 

First Quarter 

FSU — Gramatica 20 FG, 10:53 

FSU — Feaster 1 run (Gramatica kid 

FSU — Green 7 pass from Busby (Gramatica kick , 0:04 

Second Quarter 

I si — (anikowski 44 FG, 9:46 

Ml > Jordan 44 run (Rhodes kick I, 5:54 

FSU — Green 15 pass from Busbv (Gramatica kick), 3:17 

I si — Janikowski 49 FG, 0:42 

Third Quarter 

FSU — Warrick 17 pass from Kendra (Gramatica kick 

l si — Warrick 74 pass from Kendra (Gramatica kick', 1:12 

Fourth Quarter 

FSU — W. Mc< raj 9 pass from I .. Weinke (kick tailed i. 3:01 



TEAM STATISTICS 





OU 


Ml) 


first Downs 


17 


17 


Rushes- Yards 


56-256 


39-94 


Passing Yards 


10 


lcSO 


Total Net Yards 


26b 


274 


1'assmg i Att-Comp-Int i 


3-1-0 


24-16-1 


Punting Average 


47.0 


29.7 


Fumbles- lost 


2-2 


0-0 


Penalties- Yards 


5-30 


3-25 



Individual Statistics 

Rushing: OL' — Wilson 20-81, 2 TD; Hookfin 13-61; Xann 9-52; Cosgrove 8- 
45, I TD; Buckman6-17.MD — B. Rodgers 20-61, 1 TD; Boo 
Underwood 8 -24; [ordan 2-2: Cummings 5- 

Passing: OL' — Wilson 3-1-0, 10. ML) — Cummings 24-16-1, 180, 1 TD. 

Keen ing: OL' — Hookfin 1-10. MD — Cruz 6-91, 1 TD; Cheeseboro 3-22; B. 
Rodgers 2-2o; Boone 1-11; T. Brown I -10; Westlev 1-s 1 ; Patterson 1-6; Jordan 1- 





MD 


FSU 


first Downs 


9 


30 


Rushes-Yards 


37-48 


30-98 


Passing Yards 


57 


461 


Total Net Yards 


105 


559 


Passing i Att-Comp-Int) 


13-8-0 


52-37-1 


Punts-Average 


10-40.2 


1-38.0 


Fumbles-Lost 


0-0 


0-0 


Penalties-Yards 


7-41 


10-109 



Individual Statistics 

Rushing: MD — lordan 5-52, 1 TD; Boone 5-30; Underwood 12-6; B. Rodgers 
6-5; Kalapinski L-l;Mastrole2- -12); Cummings 6-(-34). FSU — Ford 5-44; 

Cooch 5-17; Minor 4-9; Kendra 4-8; Abdullah 2-6; Minnis 1-6: Coles 1-3; 
Weinke 1-3; Feaster 3-1,1 TD; Busby 4-1. 

Passing: MD — Cummings 11-7-0,48; Mastrole 1-1-0,9; Edwards 1-0-0,0. FSU 
— Busbv 34-26-0, 308, 2 TD; Kendra I TD; Weinke 10-5-1, 48, 1 TD. 

Receiving: MD — Hull 2-17: Boone 2-9; Kalapinski 1-15; Underwood 1-9; B. 
Rodgers 1-6; Westlev 1-1. FSL' — Pearsall 7-65; E.G. Green 6-118, 2 TD; Feaster 
5-25; Coles 4-91; Warrick 3-51, 2 TD; Minnis 2-24; Stringer 2-20; McCray 2-19, 
1 TD; Dugans2-18; Minor 2- 1 7; [ackson l-8;Gooch 1-5. 



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Game 3 



North Carolina 40 

Maryland 14 

Sept. 20, 1997 
Byrd Stadium 
Attendance: 30,084 



COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Maryland came out strong behind quar- 
terback Brian Cummings and a solid defense. The Terps shut out the 
No. 6 team in the country for the first 22 minutes and took an early 
lead on a three-yard run from Cummings with 1 1:50 remaining in 
the halt. But the Tar Heels responded with 33 unanswered points on 
way to a 40-14 victory. On the defensive side for Maryland, Eric 
Barton recorded a career-high 17 tackles, 1 1 of which were unassist- 
ed, and sophomore Lewis Sanders added seven tackles. Maryland's 
day was highlighted by a 90-yard kickoff return for a TD by Sanders. 
It marked the third time since 1981 that a Terp went the distance on 
a kickoff. On the ground, senior running back Brian Lhiderwood 
rushed for 63 yards in 16 attempts to become the 19th Terp to sur- 
pass the 1,000 career yard mark. 



North Carolina 





14 


10 


16 


40 




Maryland 





7 





7 


14 



Scoring Summary 

First Quarter 

none 

Second Quarter 

MI > Cummings 3 run (Rhodes kick), 1 1:50 

UNC Brown 14 pass from Davenport (McGee kick), 7:19 

UNC Linton 1 run (McGee kick), 1:09 

Third Quarter 

UNI — McGee 25 FG, 12:31 

UNC Peace 19 pass from Davenport (McGee kick), trAl 

Fourth Quarter 

UNC Safety, Cummings sacked in end zone, l():3o 

UN< Stevens 14 pass from Keldorf( McGee kick), 6:51 

Ml> Sanders 90 kickoff return (Rhodes kick), 6:36 

I'M McQueen 17 fumble return (McGee kick), 3:41 



TEAM STATISTICS 



Individual Statistics 
Rushing:! Nl Getei 1 1 36; Linton 8-23, 1 rD; Williams 5 l ; Davenport 5- 
l 13). MD Underwood 16-63; Jordan 15-35; Kalapinski 1 L; James l-(-2); 
( ummings 9 I 40), l ID; Russell l-(-9). 

I ■-' I lavenporl 13 21 0, 281, 2 1 1 >; Keldorl - ! i6, ! 1 1 >, < art) 
10 Ml> Cummings !0 I I 0, 120; I dwards I l 0, 17; loul.m l 0,0; 
Mastroli 1-1-0,2 

g:UN( Stevens 9 1 14, I TD; Peao i 105 I 1 1 >; Brown 5 51, I TD; 

Linton irnes 1 il; Sp !;Getci I h. Ml) lami l 19;< ruz I 

ill. i l 22; Timmins 1-17; Hull I 7; Patterson I 0; Underwood 




Game 4 



Maryland 24 

Temple 21 

Sept. 27, 1997 
Franklin Field 
Attendance: 12,872 



PHILADELPHIA — With under two minutes left and Temple dri- 
ving, defensive back Troy Davidson recorded one of Maryland's four 
interceptions and preserved a 24-21 Terrapin win. A crowd of 
12,872 at Franklin Field saw Maryland capture its first win of the 
season and the first in the Ron Vanderlinden era. Maryland opened 
the scoring with 2:40 left in the first quarter when senior tailback 
Brian Underwood ran 37 yards and scored one of his career-high 
two touchdowns. Underwood totaled a career-high 1 14 yards on 18 
carries, marking the first time he broke the 100-yard barrier. True 
freshman LaMont Jordan established a school record for a fresh- 
man, as he gained 135 yards on 21 carries, surpassing the previous 
mark of 126 yards by Steve Atkins, set in 1975. His 21 carries also set 
a freshman record, bettering the previous mark of 19, also set by 
Atkins. On the defensive side, Maryland forced seven turnovers, 
including four interceptions, three by sophomore defensive back 
Lewis Sanders. 



Maryland 


7 


10 


7 





24 




Temple 





7 


7 


7 


21 



Scoring Summary 

First Quarter 

MD Underwood 37 run i Rhodes kick), 2:40 

Second Quarter 

MD — Rhodes 33 FG. 14:36 

MD — Cheeseboro 3 pass from Cummings (Kopka kick), 7:58 

TU Bonner 1 run (Nicholl kick), 1:57 

Third Quarter 

TU Mack 15 run (Nicholl kick), 5:35 

MD Underwood 3 run ( Kopka kick), 3:22 

Fourth Quarter 

TU Mack 3 run (Nicholl kick), 11:15 



TEAM STATISTICS 





UNC 


MD 




First Downs 


21 


13 




Rushes- Yards 


24 -M 


43-48 


First Downs 


Passing Yards 


347 


139 


Rushes-Yards 


rota] Net Yards 


410 


187 


Passing Yards 


Passing (Att-Comp-Int) 


39-24-0 


24- 1 5-0 


Total Net Yards 


Punts Average 


6-43.5 


8-36.8 


Passing (All ( inn 


Fumbles 1 est 


2-2 


3-3 


Punts-Average 


Penalties- Yards 


4 20 


8 48 


[•Limbics 1 osl 
Penalties- Yards 



MD 


TU 


16 


20 


54-188 


11 135 


71 


203 


259 


538 


11-6-1 


24-11-4 


6-39.3 


3 41.0 


i 1 


1 ! 


9 89 


10-76 



lilt) 



Individual Statistics 

Rushing: TU Macl I3-90.2TD; Jackson 10-58; Johnstone 1 l;Harveyl-0; 
Bonner 8 I I rD; Boies 1 I II). MD lordan 21 135; Underwood 18 
114,2 ID; lames I i 6); ( ummings 14-1 ■ 



Passing: 1 1 Bonner 22 
1,71, i TD, 



i i !03; Harve) 2 l 0, MD ( ummings 11-6- 



Receiving: IV Walkei i-112 Kerse) ! !8;Mack i 10;Gilliardl !3;Butler 
l-ll; Overrocker 1-9. MD lames 1 19; Timmins 1-17; Patterson 1 14; Cruz 
1-11; Mull l 7;( heeseboro I !, I TD. 



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Game Recaps 




Game 5 

Duke 10 

Maryland 16 

Oct. 4, 1997 
Byrd Stadium 

Attendance: 23,206 



COLLEG1 PARK, Md. It was a day for two Terrapin freshmen to 
remember as Maryland won its fust home game of the season, 16- 
10. Freshman Brian Kopka hit three field goals and fason 1 latala had 
three receptions tor a Maryland freshman record 12s* yards and one 

touchdown. The two freshmen accounted for all of Maryland's 
points. Kopka was the lust true freshman to kick a held goal since 
1985. His 47-yard field goal just missed the Ireshman record hy one 
yard. 1 lis performance earned him ACC Freshman of the Week hon- 
ors. Among Hatala's receptions was a 76-yard touchdown pass from 
Brian Cummings on the game's Inst play from scrimmage, which 
marked the longest pass completion of < iimmings' career. Defensive 
end Eric Ogbogu had lour tackles, one fumble recovery, one caused 
fumble, and one pass broken up. In addition, he tipped a pass that 
was intercepted by junior defensive hack Paul fackson and led to 
Kopka's lust field goal as a Terp. Ogbogu had a hand in all three of 
Maryland's forced turnovers. 



Duke 



Maryland 



10 



16 



Scoring Summary 

First Quarter 

Mil — Hatala 76 pass from Cummings 1 Kopka kick), 14:4(1 

Second Quarter 

MD — Kopka 36 FG, 1:40 

DU Lenhardt 44 FG, 0:03 

Third Quarter 

DU — Rasheed I run 1 Lenhardt kick), 10:39 

Mil — kopka 4- FG, 1:19 

Fourth Quarter 

MH — kopka 31 FG, 10:02 



TEAM STATISTICS 




Game 6 

West Virginia 31 

Maryland 14 

Oct. 10, 1997 
Byrd Stadium 
Attendance: 31, 210 



COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Maryland tailback Buddy Rodgers 
emerged from m\ injury plagued drought to gain 1(13 all-purpose 
yards in a losing effort against West Virginia. Before a season high 
crowd ol 31,210 at Byrd Stadium, the Mountaineers jumped out to 
m early 14 lead, but the Terps rallied back to within 10 points in 
the third quarter. The defense was once again a strong point for 
Maryland as junior linebacker Kendall Ogle recorded a team high 
13 tackles and Erwyn Lyght had eight. The Terps were led by Brian 
(iimmings, who became only the 10th Maryland quarterback to 
exceed the 3,000-yard passing mark, and freshman Mike Hull, who 
had career highs in receptions (4) and receiving yards (40) in addi 
tion to recording his first career touchdown. Special teams also 
came up big for the Terps, who forced a fumble that was recovered 
by Kenny Rogers. 



West Virginia 


7 


7 


10 


7 


31 






Maryland 





7 





7 


14 





Scoring Summary 

First Quarter 

WVU Zereoue 16 run (Taylor kick I, 1:00 

Second Quarter 

WVU — Greene 49 interception return (Taylor kuki, 14:07 

MD Rodgers 2 run (Kopka kick). 1:34 

Third Quarter 

WVU Foreman 8 pass from Bulger ( Taylor kick), 8: I 

WVU — Taylor 19 FG, 0:02 

Fourth Quarter 

MD — Hull 8 pass from Cummings (Kopka kick), 1 1:20 

WVU Porter 6 pass from Bulger (Taylor kick), 7:37 



TEAM STATISTICS 











WVU 

24 


MD 

19 




DU 


MD 


First Downs 


First Downs 


10 


16 


Rushes-Yards 


40-206 


35-122 


Rushes-Yards 


33-146 


36-67 


Passing Yards 


193 


197 


Passing Yards 


102 


242 


Total Net Yards 


399 


319 


Total Net Yards 


248 


309 


Passing (Att-Comp-Int) 


28-18-0 


25-15-2 


Passing (Att-Comp-Int) 


23-11-1 


24-17-0 


Punts- Average 


3-30.3 


3-39.9 


Punts-Average 


7-33.7 


7-33.3 


Fumbles- Lost 


2-1 


1-1 


Fumbles- Lost 


3-2 


2-0 


Penalties-Yards 


10-76 


2-29 


Penalties-Yards 


3-23 


9-53 









Individual Statistics 

Rushing: DU — Epperson 1 1-66; Campbell 11-37; Wilks 4-20; Rasheed 5-12, 1 

IP. Marshall 2-7;Romine l-3;DeOrio 1-1. MD — Jordan 18-70; Underwood 
8-12; Cummings 10-(-15). 



Individual Statistics 

Rushing: WVU — Zereoue 30-145, 1 TD; Keaton 3-29; Green 1-29; Plant 
Bulger 2-(-4). MD — B. Rodgere 11-41, 1 TD; Jordan 18-33; Cummings 6-48. 



Passing: WVU — Bulger 28-18-0, 193, 
TD; Patterson 1-0-1,0. 



ID — Cummings 24- 1 5- 1 , 1 97, 1 



Passing: DU — Campbell 20-10-1,93; Romine 3-1-0,9. MD 
17-0,242, 1 TD; Mastrole 1-0-0,0. 



Cummings 23- 



Receiving: DU — Montgomery 3-29; Epperson 3-6; Thomas 2-34; Wilks 2-1 1; 
Flowers 1-22. MD — James 5-52; Jordan 4-9; Hatala 3-129, 1 TD; Cheeseboro 
Ms, Walton 1-17; Patterson 1-12; Hull 1-5. 



Receiving: WVU — Wable 4-52, Foreman 4-43, 1 TD; Ivy 4-40; Green 3-44; 
Plains 1 -8; Porter 1-6, 1 TD; White 1 -0. MD — Rodgers 3-62; Hull 4- to, 1 TD; 
Cruz 2-37; Jordan 2-24;Timmins 1-14; Walton 1-12; Cheeseboro 1-5; HataJa 1- 
3. 



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Game Recaps 




Game 7 

Maryland 17 

Wake Forest 35 



Oct. 18, 1997 
Groves Stadium 
Attendance: 17,893 



WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Despite scoring 14 consecutive points 
in the second quarter to pull within four at the half, Maryland was 
unable to sustain its momentum after intermission and lost 35-17 to 
Wake Forest. A crowd of 17,983 at Groves Stadium saw the 
Terrapins trailing the Demon Deacons 21-3 with 12:51 left in the 
first half. However, Maryland would score 14 consecutive points oft 
senior quarterback Brian Cummings' two touchdown passes: a 32- 
yarder to redshirt freshman wide receiver Omar Cheeseboro and a 
12-yarder to )ason Hatala. Cummings had a career performance as 
he set personal bests for attempts (47) and completions (27). He 
also totaled 289 yards passing, the second highest total of his career. 
On defense, junior linebacker Eric Barton made his presence felt 
despite having his right hand covered by a cast. Barton recorded 14 
tackles, 10 of them solo stops. 



Maryland 


3 


14 








17 




Wake Forest 


14 


7 





14 


35 



Scoring Summary 

First Quarter 

WF — Lewis 22 run (Burdick kick), 9:11 

MD — Kopka35FG,2:19 

WF Savage 98 kickoff return ( Burdick kick), 2:02 

Second Quarter 

UT Merritt 20 pass from Kuklick (Burdick kick), 12:51 

MD Cheeseboro 32 pass from Cummings (Kopka kick), 3:1 1 

MD — Hatala 12 pass from Cummings (Kopka kick), 0:27 

Third Quarter 

none 

Fourth Quarter 

WF Clark 31 pass from Kuklick (Burdick kick), 14:55 

WF I >avis 6 pass from Kuklick (Burdick kick), 10:56 



TEAM STATISTICS 



I mm 1 (owns 
Rushes- Yards 
Passing Yards 
Total Net Yards 
Passing (Att-Comp-Int) 
Punts-Average 
Fumbles 1 osl 
Penalties Yards 



MD 

24 

30-53 

314 

367 

50-29-0 

5-37.4 

1-1 

5-43 



WF 

25 

37-151 

330 

481 

41-26-2 

3-41.7 

1-0 
11-87 



Individual Statistics 

Hushing: Ml) — lord, m 12 62; B. Rodgers 5-6; Kalapinskj I 3; Cummings 12 i 
18 W] Lewis 17 87, 1 'ID; Kan,' 12 I i; Gar) i 18; Kuklick 3 I 9). 

Passing: MD — Cummings i 17-0, !89,2 I'D; Mastrole 3-2-0, 25. WF 
Kuklick 41-26-2, 530, I I'D. 

in B. Rodgers 8-64; Hatala 5-64, 1 1 1 >, Wall... i 1 lordan ■ 

Pi il 1 heeseboro 1-32, I TD.WI < lark 6-111, 1 

TD; Deese 6-62; Kane 5 6 Davis i 12 1 in Merritl 1 10 1 ["D;Zelenka 1- 
1 < > lit 1 i;Perry 1 1 




Game 8 

Clemson 20 

Maryland 9 

Oct. 25, 1997 
Byrd Stadium 
Attendance: 27,270 



COLLEGE PARK, Md. — The ACC's top three linebackers dictated 
the flow the game. Maryland's Kendall Ogle and Eric Barton and 
Clemson's Anthony Simmons surrounded the ball all day. Ogle con- 
tributed a career-high 17 tackles and Barton added 15 despite play- 
ing with a cast on his right hand. Simmons would not be outdone, 
as he compiled 20 tackles on his way to winning the conference's 
tackle title. Maryland's touchdown was set up by Ogle's first career 
interception late in the second quarter. Freshman tailback LaMont 
lordan converted the turnover into a four- yard TD run with 1:52 
remaining in the half to put the Terps up, 9-7. Clemson's Raymond 
Priester proved to be the difference, as he rushed for 204 yards and 
put the game out of reach with an eight-yard TD rush with 7:30 
remaining. 



Clemson 


7 





6 


7 


20 




Maryland 





9 








9 



Scoring Summary 
First Quarter 

CU — Priester 11 run (Richardson kick), 11:34 

Second Quarter 

MD — Kopka 19 FG, 9:59 

MD — lordan 4 run (kick blocked), 1:52 

Third Quarter 

CU Richardson 27 FG, 4:07 

CU Richardson 42 FG, 1:47 

Fourth Quarter 

CU — Priester 8 run (Richardson kick), 7:30 



TEAM STATISTICS 



First Downs 
Rushes-Yards 
Passing Yards 
Total Net Yards 
Passing (Att-Comp-Int) 
Punts-Average 
Fumbles-I osl 
Penalties-Yards 



CU 

15 

46-215 

43 

258 

14-7-2 

6-35.0 

0-0 

4-17 



MD 

15 
38-70 

204 
274 
32-20-1 
7 56 I 
2-1 
7-56 



Individual Statistics 

Rushing: CU Pi iestei 36 204, 2 II >; Austin 2-11; Witherspoon 2-2; ( Ireene 

6 1 2).MD B. Rodgers 15 57; lordan 12-37, 1 I"D;< ummings II 1 

Passing ( 1 Greene 14-7-2,43, MD Cummings 52 20 1 204 

Receiving:CU Lawyer 2-15; Home ' 13; Austin 2-9; Wofford 1 6 MD 
Cruz5 >3; B. Rodgers 5-26; Jordan A 53; Walton 3-29; Hull 2 l7;Patterson 1 
16. 



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Game Recaps 




Game 9 

Virginia 45 

Maryland 

Nov. I, 1997 
Byrd Stadium 
Attendance: 23,479 



COl 1 I ■'< ,1 PARK, Md. Freshman I aMonl lordan took one step 
closer to the Maryland rookie rushing record before a crowd ol 
23,479 .u B) rd Stadium. Ionian's 40 yards in a 13-0 loss to Virginia 
moved him to within 26 of the record. The Cavaliers totaled 473 
yards, showing balance on the ground (226 yards) and through the 
air (247). On special teams, Marx land freshman lason Hatala 
recorded 104 kickofl return yards, .)nd the punting unit executed a 
successful lake punt to gain a first down. On defense, junior line- 
backers I ric Barton and Kendall Ogle had 1 1 and 13 tackles, respec 
lively, as each surpassed the 100-tackle plateau for the season. Other 
outstanding performances on the defensive side included sopho- 
more Lewis Sanders, who had his first career sack and fumble recov- 
ery, and Henry Baker, who tied a career-high with 10 tackles. 



Virginia 


7 


17 


14 


7 


45 




Maryland 


















Scoring Summary 

First Quarter 

UVA i rowell 12 pass from Brooks (Allen-Roberts kick), 6:02 

Second Quarter 

UVA Brooks 7 run [Allen-Roberts kick), 5:28 

l \ \ Brooks 59 run (Allen-Roberts kick), 3:37 

UVA — Allen-Roberts 43 FG,0:04 

Third Quarter 

UVA Wilkins 33 pass from Brooks (Allen-Roberts kick), 10:21 

I \ \ Coffey 6 pass from Brooks (Allen-Roberts kick), 8:03 

Fourth Quarter 

UVA Mack 3 run (Magers kick), 2:31 



TEAM STATISTICS 



Game 10 

Maryland 28 

N.C. State 45 



Nov. 8, 1997 
Carter-Finley Stadium 

Attendance: 13,500 



RALEIGH, N.C. — The Terps scored 21 of their 28 points alter 
intermission, but it wasn't enough to overcome a 31-7 halltime 
deficit in an eventual 45-28 loss to North ( arolina State. Maryland 
trailed 31 iiist prior to halltime, when senior quarterback Brian 
Cummings brought the Terps to life with a 46-yard touchdown pass 
to redshirl freshman Omar Cheeseboro on the final play of the half. 
It was the fust of two TD receptions by Cheeseboro, who also was 
on the receiving end of a 31-yard scoring pass from Cummings in 
the fourth quarter. True freshman LaMont lordan rushed for 126 
yards to become Maryland's all-lime leading freshman rusher. 
( ummings was 11 ol 22 lor 161 yards and three touchdowns. 




Maryland 





7 


14 


7 


28 




N.C. State 


14 


17 


14 





45 



Scoring Summary 
First Quarter 

NCS — King 27 pass from Barnette I Hensler kick), 8:23 

NCS Holt 30 pass from Barnette I Hensler kief 

Second Quarter 

NCS Barnette I I run I Hensler kick), 1 1:42 

NCS Hensler 22 FG, 1:35 

NCS Brown 30 interception return (Hensler kick i, 1 :20 

MI' — Cheeseboro 46 pass from Cummings (Kopka kick i, 0:00 

Third Quarter 

NCS — Stephens 76 run (Hensler kick), 13:52 

MD Rodgers 4 run (Kopka kick I, I 2:24 

NCS Spikes 4 run (Hensler kick), 8:32 

MD — Rodgers 23 pass from Cummings, i Kopka kick), 5:53 

Fourth Quarter 

MD — Cheeseboro 51 pass from ('ummings ( Kopka kick), 13:00 





I \ \ 
26 


MD 
7 








Fust 1 towns 




MD 


\( S 


Rushes- Yards 


58-22h 


24-34 


First Downs 


16 


22 


Passing Yards 


247 


93 


Rushes- Yards 


38-150 


41-194 


Total Net Yards 


473 


127 


Passing Ya ids 


199 


293 


Passing 1 Att-Comp-Int l 


24-16-0 


25-8-0 


Total Net Yards 


349 


487 


Punts-Average 


1-51.0 


7-33.1 


Passing (Att-Comp-Int) 


23-12-2 


30-19-1 


Fumbles- Lost 


1-1 


1-1 


Punts-Average 


5-42.4 


1-26.0 


Penalties- Yards 


6-55 


8-76 


Fumbles- Lost 


1-0 


2-0 








Penalties-Yards 


6-45 


8-71 



Individual Statistics 

Rushing: UVA — Brooks 6-77, 2 TD; [ones 26-71; Southern 14-61; Mack 5-19, 
I ID; 0. Kirby 2-11; Crowell 1 - 1 ; Ellis 4-1 - 14 1. MP — Jordan 9-40; Rodgers 7- 
l(i;\Vc'stlc'\ 2-6; Cummings 5 6); Mastrole 1- -In 

Passing: LA A — Brooks [6-1 L-0, 145, 3 TD; Ellis 7-4-0, 87; Rotella 1-1-0, 13. 
MD — Cummings 14-5-0, 46; Mastrole 11-3-0,47. 

Receiving: l \ \ * rowell 4-50. 1 TD; Southern 3-31;Owen 2-62; Wilkins 2- 

52, 1 TD;Coffe) 2-16, 1 1 1 >: (ones 1-15; Williams 1-15; Kirhv 1-6. MD — 
Walton 3-49; Rodgers 1-14; Kalapinski 1-9; Timmins 1-8; Russell 1-7; Patterson 

1-6. 



Individual Statistics 

Rushing: Ml) — lordan 22-126; Westley 3-13; B. Rodgers 3-9, 1 TD; Cummings 
10-2. XCS — Stephens 15-142, 1 TD; spikes 17-38, 1 TD; Barnette 6-9, 1 TD;" 
King 3-5. 

Passing: MD — Cummings 22 1 1-2. 1 6 1 , 3 TD; Rodgers 1-1-0, 38. NCS — 
Barnette 30-19-1, 293, 2 TD. 

Receiving: MD — Cheeseboro 2-77. 2 TD; Cummings 1-38; Cruz 4-29; B. 
Rodgers 1-23, 1 TD; Walton 1-14; Jordan 1-6; Hull 1-6; Hatala 1-6. NCS — 
Holt 6-105, 1 TD; Coleman 4-86; Leak 3-31; Thomas 2 22; Stephens 2-19; King 
1-27, 1 TD; Spikes 1-3. 



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Game Recaps 




Game 11 

Maryland 18 

Georgia Tech 37 

Nov. 22, 1997 
Bobby Dodd Stadium 
Attendance: 35,267 



ATLANTA, Ga. — LaMont Jordan, who opened his rookie season in 
impressive style, closed it the same way in a 37-18 loss to Georgia 
Tech. Jordan, who led all ACC freshmen in rushing yardage, broke 
his own school record for rushing attempts by a freshman when he 
carried the ball 25 times vs. the Yellow Jackets. Jordan, who opened 
the game's scoring with a four-yard touchdown run in the first 
quarter, just missed attaining his third 100-yard rushing game of the 
season. Jordan's touchdown was set up by an Eric Hicks fumble 
recovery — the first of three fumble recoveries on the afternoon by 
the Terps, who, despite winning statistical battles for time of posses- 
sion (32:15 to 27:45) and takeaways (4-2), could not overcome a 
501 -yard offensive output by Georgia Tech. The Jackets were led by 
QB Joe Hamilton, who threw for 265 yards and three touchdowns. 



Maryland 


7 


3 


8 





18 




Georgia Tech 


14 


10 


13 





37 



Scoring Summary 
First Quarter 

MD Jordan 4 run (Kopka kick), 7:56 

GT Wiley 6 run ( Frakes kick), 5:40 

GT Steagall 44 pass from Hamilton I Frakes kick), 0:32 

Second Quarter 

GT Wilder 1 run (Frakes kick), 13:13 

MD Kopka 39 FG, 7:14 

GT Frakes 27 FG, 1:01 

Third Quarter 

GT Middleton 4 pass from Hamilton (Frakes kick), 1 1:07 

Ml) B. Rodgers 26 pass from Cummings (T. Evans rush), 7:22 

1 1 1 Middleton 21 pass from Hamilton (pass failed I, 3:37 

Fourth Quarter 



TEAM STATISTICS 





MD 


GT 


First 1 >i iv\ tis 


21 


23 


Rushes- Yards 


41-99 


39 231 


Passing Yards 


221 


270 


Total Net Yards 


320 


501 


Passing 1 \u I omp-Int ) 


29- IN I 


23-18 


Punts-Average 


3-42.0 


0-0.0 


Fumbles 1 osl 


2-1 


3-3 


Penalties Yards 


5-39 


7-64 



Individual Statistics 

Rushing:MD lordan 15-97 i II' I ummings 12 12 Rodgers 1 i Westlej 

Mastrole 2-(-22). O Hamilton 10-83; ( Rogers 8-66; Wile) 11-55,1 
TD; P.Ro i Wildei Mil D;Shaw I 

Passing:MD Cummings 28 17-1,202, 1 TD; Evans 1 l 0.19.G1 

m2 in Sh iw ! 1-0,5. 

ing \ll> B Rodgi rs5 I,1TD;( heesel I 19 i ru! 1-41; lordan 

3-38; Hull I 12; Patterson I-8.G1 Middleton 8 109, !TD;l Rodgers I 12 
: l 1 1 Myers i 10; s1ktkI.ui l 9; Wile) I 8; 1 illie I I 



FINAL SEASON NOTES 



The Terrapins completed Year No. 1 of the Ron Vanderlinden era 
with an overall mark of 2-9 and an Atlantic Coast Conference 
record of 1-7. 

Maryland's victories in 1997 came on consecutive weekends — a 24- 
21 win in Philadelphia over Temple and a 16-10 victory in College 
Park vs. ACC foe Duke. 

Linebackers Kendall Ogle and Eric Barton finished 2-3 in the ACC 
tackle race. Ogle had 138 tackles to finish second in the ACC, Barton 
had 134 to finish third. LaMont Jordan of Forestville, Md., estab- 
lished Maryland single-game and single-season freshman rushing- 
yardage records. Newcomers played a major role for the Terps in '97, 
with 13 true or redshirt freshmen seeing action during the season. 
Head coach Ron Vanderlinden earned his first career major college 
coaching victory with a 24-21 win over Temple on Sept. 27. 

Quarterback Brian Cummings Earns Team MVP Honors 

Senior quarterback Brian Cummings was elected MVP by his team- 
mates after posting personal bests tor completions (154), attempts 
(255), yards ( 1,760) and touchdown passes (10) in 1997. He also fin- 
ished his career in the school's top five for the aforementioned cat- 
egories. The three-year starter's 60.4% completion rate was the 
seventh-highest single-season total in Maryland history. Cummings 
finished his four-year career by completing 344 of 594 passes 
(57.9%) for 4,080 yards and 22 touchdowns. 

1997 Maryland Award Winners 

MVP (Ray Krouse Award) — Brian Cummings, Sr., QB 

Offensive MVP — Brian Cummings, Sr., QB 

Defensive MVP — Eric Barton, Jr., LB 

Freshman of the Year — LaMont Jordan, Fr., RB; Ben Thomas, Fr., 

OL 
Top Special Teams Performer — Lewis Sanders, So., FS 
A.V. Williams Award (for sportsmanship) — Pat Ward, Sr., OL 
Terrapin Club Award — Buddy Rodgers, Sr., RB 
Jim Tatum Award (lineman of the year) — John Feugill, Jr., OT 
George C. Cook Memorial Award (highest academic average) - 

Ryan Rezzelle, Jr. OL 
Alvin L. Aubinoe Award (unsung hero) — Eric Hicks, Sr., DE 
Champion of the Year — Darryl Giles, Sr., DB 

LaMont Jordan Shatters Terps' Rookie Rushing Standards 

True freshman LaMont lordan impressed the entire ACC with his 
powerful rushing game in 1997. Jordan led all ACC freshmen in 
rushing yards (689), attempts (159) and all-purpose yards (920). 
His 689 yards also ranked fourth in the conference. His season totals 
for yards and attempts were Maryland freshman single-season 
records, and he also established Maryland freshman single-game 
marks for yards (135, vs. Temple) and attempts (23, vs. Georgia 
Tech). He also became the first freshman in school history to have 
two 100-yard rushing efforts in a single season, lordan accounted 
for 71% of the Terps' rushing yards in 1997. He was named ACC 
Rookie of the Week Sept. 29 following his 135-yard effort vs. 
Temple. 

Ogle/Barton: Maryland's Bookend I inebackers 
Finish 2-3 in ACC Tackles 

Juniors Kendall Ogle and Eric Barton combined to form the most 
prolific linebacking duo in the U ( . Ogle and bat ion, Maryland's 
starling outside backers, finished 2-3 in the ACC tackle race, com 
billing for 272 slops in 1997. Ogle's 1 38 stops were a team-high and 
second onh tot lemson's \nthon\ Simmons ( 144 !. Barton finished 
wilh 131 total tackles, including a team high 85 solos. With 
( lemson's Simmons declaring for the M I draft, Ogle and Barton 
are the \( X \ leading returning ladders. Both Ogle mu\ Barton were 
Butkus Award nominees in '97. 



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AND FOOTBALL 



Team Records 



VICTORIES 



Most Wins 

1976 11-1 1953 10-1 

1951 10-0 1955 10-1 



ATTENDANCE 



Average Home Attendance 

1983 4d,403 in six games 

Average Overall Attendance 

1983 48,255 in 11 games 



SCORING 



Largest Margin of Victory 

Game Washington College, 1927 80 (80-0) 

Largest Margin of Defeat 

Game Navy, 1913 76 (0-76) 

Most Points Scored 

Season 1951 (9 games) 353 

1882 (11 games) 353 

Game Washington College, 1927 80 

( Maryland 80, Washington College 1 1 1 

Most Points Scored by Opponents 

Season 1979 (11 games) 479 

Game Navy, 1913 76 

( Navy 76, Maryland ) 

Fewest Points Scored by Opponents 

Season 1953 (10 games) 21 

Most Touchdowns Scored 

Season 1951 (9 games) 52 

Game Washington College, 1927 12 

Most Touchdowns Passing 

Season 1993 (11 games) 27 

Game Clemson, 1992 5 

Villanova, 1975 5 

North Carolina, 1993 5 

West Virginia, 1993 5 

Wake Forest, 1993 5 

Most Touchdowns Passing by Opponents 

Season 1992 (11 games) 23 

1993 ( 1 1 games) 2} 

< lame Florida State, 1993 5 

Most Field Goals Made 

Season 1979 ( 1 1 games) 17 

1984 ( 1 1 games) 17 

1988 (11 games) 17 

( lame Mississippi State, 1979 5 

Most Point after Touchdowns Made 

Season 1982 (11 games) 45 (39 kicking, 6 passing) 

Game Washington College, 1927 8 

Missouri, 1954 8 

Duke, 1974 8 

Virginia, 1975 8 

Most Safeties Scored 

(..mie Delaware, 1947 2 

Georgetown, 1950 2 

\ illanova, 1974 

Most [otal Offense Yards 

Season 1992 I I I games! 5,1 J] 

Game Virginia, 1975 802 

Fewest Total Yards Gained 

" 9game 2,228 

Syracuse, 1959 29 



TOTAL OFFENSE 



RUSHING 



Most Total Plays 

Season 1992 945 

Game NC State, 1992 105 

Most Total Offense Yards, Opponents 

Season 1993 ( 1 1 games) 6,083 

Fewest Total Offense Yards, Opponents 

Season 1953 ( 10 games) 1,691 

Most Yards Gained Rushing 

Season 1951 (9 games) 2,921 

Game Virginia, 1975 582 

Most Rushes 

Season 1976 ( 1 1 games) 654 

Game Miami, 1958 76 

Fewest Net Rushing Yards, Opponents 

Season 1951 680 

Game West Virginia, 1951 -21 

UCLA, 1955 -2 1 

Most Rushing Yards, Opponents 

Season 1993 ( 1 1 games) 3,490 

Fewest Net Rushing Yards 

Game Navy, 1965 -58 

Highest Average Per Rush 

Game Virginia Tech, 1950 10.5 

Most First Downs Rushing 

Season 1976 ( 1 1 games) 155 

Game Virginia, 1975 28 

Fewest First Downs Rushing 

Game Michigan State, 1944 1 

Syracuse, 1959 1 

Fewest First Downs Rushing, Opponents 

Season 1951 44 

Game Wake Forest, 1973 

Virginia, 1980 ....(1 

Most Yards Gained Passing 

Season 1992 ( 1 1 games) 5,628 

Game West Virginia, 1993 471 

Most Passes Attempted 

Season 1992 ( 1 1 games) 514 

Game Florida Stale, L995 62 

Most Passes Completed 

Season 1992(11 games) 104 

Game Florida State 1995 46 

Highest Completion Pet. (Min. 10 att.) 

Season 1443 ( I I games) 639 

( lame NC State, 1995 833 

Most Yards Gained Passing, Opponents 

Season 1992 ( 1 1 games) 2,968 

Fewest Yards Gained Passing, Opponents 

Season 1957 ( 10 games) 731 

Game Clemson, 1956 - 1 

Highest Completion Pet., Opponents 

Season 1988 I I I games) 61 1 

Most Passes Attempted, Opponents 

season 1981 I I I games) 445 

Game Wake Forest, 1981 67 

Fewest Passes Completed, Opponents 

season 1956 (10 games i ss 

I lame Syracuse, 1939 (ol i 

Michigan State, 1944 ol 

Delaware, 1948 I 

Boston University, 1952 (ol 6 

Kentucky, 1956..., (ol 5) 



PASSING 



98 






MARY 



Team Records 



FIRST DOWNS 



Most First Downs Passing 

Season 1 992 I I I games I 1 65 

( lame Penn State, 1992 19 

West Virginia, 1993 19 

Duke, 1993 19 

Wake I orest, l l ) l ).« 19 

lowest First Downs Passing 

Season 1951 (10 games) 29 

19 16 I in games) 29 

Game <> 13 tunes (last time Wake Forest, 1969) 



PUNTING 



Most Punts 

Season 1991 ' 11 games) 90 

Game Virginia, 1937 14 

W.Maryland, 1940 14 

Fewest Punts 

season 1953 (10 games) 37 

Game Virginia, 1975 

Most Punting Yards 

season 1991 (11 games) 3,615 

Game Syracuse, 193d 510 

Highest Punting Avg. 

Season 1993 (11 games! 42.8 

Game NC State,' 1 993 52.7 

Most Punts, Opponents 

Season 1979 (1 ] games i 94 

Most Total First Downs 

season 1992 I I 1 games) 288 

i lame Virginia, 1 973 35 

Clemson, 1984 35 

Fewest Total First Downs 

Season 1966 I 10 games) 114 

Game Michigan State, 1944 1 

Most Total First Downs, Opponents 

Season 1993 ( 1 1 games) 281 

Fewest Total First Downs, Opponents 

season 1952 (9 -anus 88 

Game Wake Forest, 1973 1 

Most Passes Intercepted 

Season 1951 i 10 games, including Sugar Bowl) 38 

1951 (9 regular season games) 34 

I iame Georgia, 1951 7 

Most Passes Had Intercepted 

season 1948 10 games) 23 

1992 1 1 games) 23 

( iame Pennsylvania, 1941 6 

Most Penalties 

season 1982 I 1 1 games) 88 

1 985 I I I games I 88 

Game Virginia Tech, 1950 18 

Most Yards Penalized 

Season 1982 (11 games) 851 

Game Duke, 1982 147 

Fewest Penalties 

Season 1967 (9 games 38 

Game Duke, 1941 



PENALTIES 



Most Penalties, Opponents 

Season 1992 1 1 games) 99 

Came Miami, Fla., 1937 15 

Most Penalty Yards, Opponents 

Season 1992 ' 1 1 games) 929 

Game Penn State, 1982 136 

I ewest Penalties, Opponents 

Season [951 (10 games 1 31 

Game six times (last time South < arolina, 1 

Fewest Penalty Yards, Opponents 

Season 1951 I 10 games) 263 

< lame 0, numerous times 



FUMBLES 



Most Fumbles 

Season 19 )0 I 10 -ames 1 44 (lost 22) 

Game Georgia Tech, 1952 8 dost 2) 

Most Fumbles, Opponents 

Season i960 iio games) 40 ' recovered 19 i 

1971 f 1 1 games) 40 (recovered 11< 

Fewest Fumbles 

Season 199] I 1 1 games) I 1 Most 5) 

Game 0, numerous times 

Most Fumbles Lost 

Season 1953 ( 10 games) 24 

Game North Carolina, 1947 6 

Most Opponent Fumbles Recovered 

Season 1970 ( 1 1 games) 23 

Game Missouri, 1950 (Gator Bowl) 5 

West Virginia, 1950 5 

North Carolina, I960 5 



COMEBACKS 



NCAA: Most Points Coming from Behind to Win 

Maryland trailed Miami (Fla.) 31-0 at halftime Nov. 10, 1984 and came 
back to win 42-40. Maryland trailed bv more than 28 points and won 
the game — called the greatest comeback in NCAA history. 



SINGLE-PLAY BESTS 



Longest TD Run from Scrimmage 

98 yards, Steve Atkins vs. Clemson, 1978 

Longest Non-Scoring Run from Scrimmage 
76 yards, Harry Bonk vs. North Carolina, 1948 

Longest TD Pass 

92 yards, Stan Lavine to Ed Bolton vs. South Carolina, 1949 

Longest Non-Scoring Pass 

76 yards, Scott Milanovich to lermaine Lewis vs. West Virginia, 1993 

Longest Punt 

88 yards, John Fritsch vs. Miami ( Fla. I, 1956 

Longest Field Goal 

54 yards, Steve Mike-Mayer vs. Villanova, 1975 

Longest Kickoff Return for TD 

100 yards, Dick Novak/Dennis Condie vs. Virginia, 1960 

100 yards, Kenny Ambrusko vs. Navy, 1964 

Longest Non-Scoring Kickoff Return 

97 yards, Sammy Johnson vs. Vanderbilt, 1980 

Longest Interception Return for TD 

100 vards, loe Hornina vs. Missouri, 1951 
100 vards, Dick Lewis vs. NC State, 1956 
100 yards, Tom Brown vs. Virginia, 1962 

Longest Non-Scoring Interception Return 

89 yards, Kevin Benson vs. Virginia, 19 _ 5 



99 



MARY 



NO FOOTBALL 



Individual Records 



RUSHING 



Yards Gained 

Career Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 3,317 

Season Charlie Wysocki, 1980 1,359 

Game Willie Joyner vs. UNC, 1982 240 

Rushing Attempts 

Career Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 769 

Season Charlie Wysocki, 1980 334 

Game Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke, 1980 49 

Rushing Average 

Career Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 5.13 

Season Chet Hanulak, 1953 9.0 

Game Willie Joyner vs. UNC, 1982 15.0 

Rushing Touchdowns 

Career Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 44 

Season Bob Shemonski, 1950 15 

Rick Badanjek, 1984 15 

Game Bob Shemonski vs. Virginia Tech, 1950 5 



PASSING 



Yards Gained 

Career Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 7,301 

Season Scott Milanovich, 1993 3,486 

Game Scott Milanovich vs. Virginia Tech, 1993 498 

Touchdown Passes 

Career Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 49 

Season Scott Milanovich, 1993 26 

Game John Kaleo vs. Clemson, 1992 5 

Scott Milanovich vs. UNC, 1993 5 

Scott Milanovich vs. West Virginia, 1993 5 

Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, 1993 5 

Scott Milanovich vs. NC State, 1994 5 

Completions 

Career Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 650 

Season John Kaleo, 1982 286 

Game Scott Milanovich vs. Florida State, 1995 46 

Attempts 

Career Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 982 

Season John Kaleo, 1992 482 

Game Scott Milanovich vs. Florida State, 1995 62 

Completion Pet. 

Career Bob Avellini, 1972-74 662 

Season Scott Milanovich, 1994 688 

Game Bob Avellini vs. Duke, 1974 909 



RECEIVING 



Receptions 

Career lermaine I ewis, 1992-95 193 

Season ( ieroy Simon, 1 994 77 

Game Geroy Simon vs. Florida State, 1995 16 

Yards Gained 

ei lermaine lewis, 1992 95 2.932 

Season Marcus Badgett, l l <92 1,240 

Game Marcus Badgett vs. Pittsburgh, 1992 251 




Rick Badanjek rushed for a Maryland record 44 touchdowns from 1 982-85. 

Yards Per Catch 

Career Billy Van Heusen, 1965-67 19.1 

Season Marcus Badgett, 1991 21.0 

Game James Milling vs. UNC, 1986 44.0 

Touchdown Receptions 

Career lermaine Lewis, 1992-95 21 

Season Marcus Badgett, 1992 9 

lermaine Lewis, 1994 9 

Game James Milling vs. UNC, 1986 3 

lermaine Lewis vs. West Virginia, 1993 3 



PUNT RETURNS 



Average 

Season Tom Brown, 1961 24.5 

Returns 

Season Bob Smith, 1973 40 

Game Larry Marshall vs. Villanova, 1971 8 

Yards Returned 

Season Bob Smith, 1973 420 

Game Bob Shemonski vs. NC State, 1950 146 



KICK0FF RETURNS 



Average 

Season 1 [owie I )are, 1957 44.0 

Yards Returned 

Season Bren 1 owery, 1988 702 

Game Allen Williams vs. IVnn State, 1993 [82 



100 



Individual Records 




Neal Olkewicz set a school mark with 188 tackles during the 1978 season. 



INTERCEPTIONS 



Interceptions 

i areei loni Brown, I960 6 ! 17 

Season Bob Sullivan, 1965 10 

I lame I endell [ones vs. Duke, 1982 -1 

Interception Yards 

Season |oe Horning, 1951 147 

Game Dick Lewisvs. N( State, 19 >6. ....Ill 

( areei Erk Wilson, 1981 84... ...481 

Season Neal ( llkewicz, 1978 188 

( areer MikeCorvino, 1979-82 24 

Season Bruce Palmer, 1978 13 

Mark Duda, 1982 13 



TACKLES 



Average 

Career Bill Walker, 1953-55 41.8 

Season Scott Milanovich, 1443 43.8 

Came Scott Milanovich \s. \( state, 1993 32.7 

Yards 

I areei Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 10,627 

Season Dan DeArmas, 1991 3,613 

Game Hill Guckeyson \s. Syracuse, 1936 310 



KICKING 



Field Goals Made 

Career less Atkinson, 1981-84 .' 6(1 

Season Dale Castro, 1979 17 

less Atkinson, 1984 17 

Dan Plocki, 1988 17 

Came Dale Castro vs. Mississippi State, 1979 5 

Field Goals Attempted 

Career less Atkinson, 1981-84 82 

Season Ed Loncar, 1978 26 

Game Dale Castro vs. Mississippi state, 1979 5 

Dan Plocki vs. West Virginia, 1983 3 

Best PAT Pet. 

( areer Dan Plocki, 1985-88 1.000 92-92 

Dan DeArmas, 1989-92 1.000 (62-62) 

season |ohn Hannigan, 1961 l.ooo i 17-17) 

Bernardo Bramson, 1 965 1 .000 (15-15) 

less Atkinson, 1982 1.000 (39-39) 

less Atkinson. 1983 1.000 (28-28 

Dan Plocki, 1985 1.000 (20-20) 

Ramon Paredes, 1985 1.000 (13-13) 

Dan Plocki, 1986 1.000 29-29 

Dan Plocki, 1987 1.000 (16-16 

Dan Plocki, 1988 1.000 (27-27 

Dan DeArmas, 1989 1.000 24-24 

Dan DeArmas, 1990 1.000 (23-23) 

Dan DeArmas, 1991 1.000 (15-15) 




Jess Atkinson (1981-84) connected on a Maryland best 60 field goal attempts 
during his four-year career. 



101 



All-Time Leaders 



RUSHING 



Career Rushing Yards 

1. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 3,317 

2. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 2,971 

3. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 2,417 

4. Louis Carter, 1971-74 2,266 

5. Alvin Blount, 1983-86 2,158 

6. Willie loyner, 1980-83 2,140 

7. Billy Lovett, 1966-68 [,'913 

8. Mark Mason, 1990-93 1 'so7 

9. ArtSeymore, 1970-72 1,656 

10. Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 1,601 

Season Rushing Yards 

1. Charlie Wysocki, 1980 1,359 

2. Steve Atkins, 1978 1,261 

3. Charlie Wysocki, 1979 1,140 

4. Willie Joyner, 1982 1,039 

5. Louis Carter, 1974 991 

6. ArtSeymore, 1970 981 

7. Billy Lovett, 1968 963 

8. Willie loyner, 1983 908 

9. Tom Hickey, 1964 894 

George Scott, 1977 894 

Single-Game Rushing Yards 

1. Willie loyner (UNC, 1982) 240 

2. George Scott (Villanova, 1977) 237 

3. Charlie Wysocki (Louisville, 1979) 222 

4. Rick Badanjek (Virginia, 1984) 217 

5. Charlie Wysocki (Duke, 1980) 216 

6. Steve Atkins (Syracuse, 1976) 215 

7. Alvin Blount (Clemson, 1984) 214 

8. Louis Carter (Virginia, 1974) 213 

9. Charlie Wysocki (Virginia, 1979) 202 

10. Steve Atkins (Clemson, 1979) 197 

Career Rushing Touchdowns 

1. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 44 

2. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 31 

3. Louis Carter, 1971-74 28 

4. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 26 

5. Tommy Neal, 1983-86 18 

6. Chet Hanulak, 1951-53 .16 

7. Alvin Maddox, 1975-78 14 

8. Alvin Blount, 1983-86 12 

9. Ed Fullerton, 1950-52 11 

William Wilson, 1974-76 1 1 

Season Rushing Touchdowns 
1. Bob Shemonski, 1950 15 

Rick Badanjek, 1984 1 5 

3. Ed Vereb, 1953 "' u 

Louis Carter, 1973 1 4 

5. Rick Badanjek, 1985 12 

6. 1 11 1 lambino, 1947 1 1 

Charlie Wysocki, 1980 H 

8. Steve Atkins, 1978 '.10 

9. Steve Atkins, 1977 ] 9 

Rid Badanjek, 1982 .9 




Charlie Wysocki set a host of Maryland rushing 
marks, including career yards (3,317) and 100-yard 
games (17) during his four-year career. 







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• Charlie Wysocki Virginia, 1981)1 I on Mar V ,and career (2,971) and season (1,261) 

3. John Forbes (Miami, Fla 1958) .3 rushing charts. 



lim Joyce (Virginia, 1959) 3 

Dennis Condie (Virginia, 1960) 3 

Dennis O'Hara (Wake, 1969) 3 

Louis Carter (Clemson, 1973) 3 

Steve Atkins (Syracuse, 1977) 3 

Steve Atkins (Duke, 1977) 3 

George Scott (Villanova, 1977) 3 

Steve Atkins (Duke, 1978) 3 

John Nash (Wake, 1982) 3 

Rick Badanjek (NC State, 1984) 3 

Rick Badanjek (UNC, 1984) 3 

Career Rushing Attempts 

1. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 769 

2. Louis Carter, 1971-74 628 

3. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 625 

4. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 521 

5. Billy Lovett, 1966-68 452 

6. ArtSeymore, 1970-72 437 

Willie Joyner, 1980-83 437 

8. Alvin Blount, 1983-86 426 

9. Bren Lowery, 1986-89 402 

10. Mark Mason, 1990-93 379 

Season Rushing Attempts 

1. Charlie Wysocki, 1980 334 

2. Steve Atkins, 1978 283 

3. Charlie Wysocki, 1979 247 

4. Louis Carter, 1974 224 

5. ArtSeymore, 1970 221 

6. Louis Carter, 1973 218 

7. Billy Lovett, 1968 217 

8. Willie loyner, 1983 .198 

9. George Scott, 1977 188 

10. Tom Hickey. 1964 182 

Single-Game Rushing Attempts 

1. Charlie Wysocki (Duke, 1980) 49 

2. George Scott (Villanova, 1977) 42 

3. Billy Lovett (S. Carolina, 1968) 39 

Charlie Wysocki (Syracuse, 1981) 39 

5. Charlie Wysocki (Richmond, 1977) 35 

Charlie Wysocki (WVU, 1980) $5 

7. Len Chiaverini (S. Carolina, 1962) 33 

Charlie Wysocki (Virginia, 1981) 33 

9. Charlie Wysocki (Clemson, 1979) ^2 

lohn Wish (Wake, 1981 ) 32 

Career Avg. Yards Per Carry 

1. Ed Modzelewski, 1949 5] 5.13 

2. Alvin Blount, 1983-86 5.07 

3. Willie Joyner, 1980-83 4.90 

4. Mark Mason, 1990 93 4.77 

5. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 4.75 

6. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 i. ( ,i 

7. Charlie Wysocki, 1978 81 4.3] 

8. I mils i arter, 1971 74 4.26 

9. Bill) Lovett, 1966 68 4.23 

Season Avg. Yards Per ( .11 1 \ 
(Min. 100) 

1. ( hel Hanulak, 1953 9.0 

2. Lu < lambino, 1947 7,2 

J. Willie loyner, 1982 1 9 

\l\in Blount, 1984 5.9 



102 



All-Time Leaders 



5. Steve Atkins, 1976 i.8 

6. Ed Vereb, 1955 5.7 

7. Ralph Felton, 1953 5.6 

8. Ed Modzelewski, 1949 5.5 

Bob Shemonski, 1950 5.5 

rommy Neal, 1984 5.5 

Single-Game Avg. Yards 1'cr Carry 
(Min. 10) 

1. Willie [oyner(UNC, 1982) 15.0 

2. Ralph Felton (NC State, 1951) 14.3 

3. Rick Badanjek (Virginia, 1984) 12.7 

4. led Kershner (NC State, 1956) 9.9 

3. Bob Shemonski (Georgetown, 1950) 9.6 

6. I'd Modzelewski (WVU, 1951) 9.4 

7. Ed Modzelewski it, WW, 1951) 9.2 

8. Ed Vereb (S. Carolina, 1933) 8.5 

Ed Modzelewski (Missouri, 1931) 8.5 

10. Steve Atkins (Richmond, 1976) 8.4 

Career 100-Yard Rushing Games 

1 . Charlie Wysocki, 1 978-8 1 1 7 

2. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 15 

3. Louis Carter, 1971-74 7 

4. Art Seymore, 1970-72 6 

Willie Joyner, 1980-83 6 

Mark Mason, 1990-93 6 

7. Billy Lovett, 1966-68 5 

Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 5 

fohn Nash, 1973-75 5 

Buddy Rodgers, 1994-97 5 

Season 100- Yard Rushing Games 

1. Steve Atkins, 1978 8 

Charlie Wysocki, 1980 8 

3. Charlie Wysocki, 1979 5 

4. Billy Lovett, 1968 4 

5. Three players 3 

Consecutive 100-Yard Rushing Games 

1. Steve Atkins, 1978 7 

2. Charlie Wysocki, 1980 4 

3. Steve Atkins, 1976 3 

George Scott, 1977 3 

Charlie Wysocki, 1979 3 

Consecutive 200- Yard Rushing Games 
1. Charlie Wysocki, 1979 2 

Career 200-Y'ard Rushing Games 
1. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 3 

Season 200-\'ard Rushing Games 

1. Charlie Wysocki, 1979 2 

2. Alvin Blount, 1984 1 

Willie Joyner, 1982 1 

Charlie Wysocki, 1980 1 

George Scott, 1977 1 

Steve Atkins, 1976 1 

Louis Carter, 1974 1 

Rick Badaniek, 1984 1 



PASSING 



Career Passing Yards 

1. Scott Milanovich, 1992 95 7 

2. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 6 

3. Neil O'Donnell, 1987 8') 4 

4. Dan Henning, 1985 87 I 

3. Brian Cummings, 1994-97 4 

6. fohn Kaleo, 1991-92 3 

7. Stan Gelbaugh, 1981 83 ! 

8. Dick Shiner, 1961 63 3 

9. BobAvellini, 1972-74 3 

10. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 3 



Season Passing Yards 

1. Scott Milanovich, 1993 3,486 

fohn Kaleo, 1992 3,392 

Dan Henning, 1986 2,725 

Su.lt Zolak, 1990 2,389 

Stan Gelbaugh, 1984 2,475 

Scott Milanovich, 1994 2,394 

Boomer Esiason, 1983 2,322 

Boomer Esiason, 1982 2,302 

Neil O'Donnell, 1989 2,103 

10. Neil O'Donnell, 1988 1,973 




T^¥- 



Single-Game Passing Yards 

1. Scott Milanovich (Va. Tech, 1993) 498 

2. Scott Milanovich (WVU, 1993) 451 

3. John Kaleo (Clemson, 1992) 418 

4. Scott Milanovich (Wake, 1993) 416 

5. John Kaleo (Pittsburgh, 1992) 415 

6. Scott Milanovich (Duke, 1993) 414 

7. Scott Milanovich (UNC, 1993) 405 

John Kaleo (Wake, 1992) 405 

9. Scott Milanovich (Fla. State, 1995) 380 

10. John Kaleo (Duke, 1992) 378 

Career Touchdown Passes 

1. Scott Milanovich. 1992-95 49 

2. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 42 

3. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 26 

4. Dan Henning, 1985-87 24 

5. Alan Pastrana, 1966-68 23 

6. Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 22 

Brian Cummings, 1994-97 22 

8. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 21 

9. Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 20 

10. John Kaleo, 11991-92 18 

Season Touchdown Passes 

1. Scott Milanovich, 1993 26 

2. Scott Milanovich, 1994 20 

3. Boomer Esiason, 1982 18 

4. Alan Pastrana, 1966 17 

John Kaleo, 1992 17 

6. Boomer Esiason, 1983 15 

Stan Gelbaugh, 1985 15 

Dan Henning, 1986 15 

9. Neil O'Donnell, 1988 12 

11 



10. Mark Manges, 19/6. 



Single-Game Touchdown Passes 

1. John Kaleo (Clemson, 1992) 5 

Scott Milanovich (UNC, 1993) 5 

Scott Milanovich (WVU, 1993) 5 

Scott Milanovich i Wake, 1993) 5 







Boomer Esiason ranks No. 2 on Maryland's career 
passing-yardage list (6,259). 




John Kaleo shares the Maryland record for TD pass- 
es in a single game (5, vs. Clemson, 1992). 




Brian Cummings ranks seventh on the school's sea- 
son and career pass completion percentage lists. 



103 



Ail-Time Leaders 



Scott Milanovich (NC State, 1994) 5 

6. Mark Manges (Villanova, 1975) 4 

Scott Milanovich (Va. Tech, 1993) 4 

Scott Milanovich (Ga. Tech, 1994) 4 

9. kick Scarbath (LSU, 1952) 3 

Alan Pastrana (Wake, 1966) 3 

Alan Pastrana (Fla. State, 1966) 3 

Boomer Esiason (Wake, 1983) 3 

Frank Reich (Miami, 1984) 3 

Stan Gelbaugh (Duke, 1985) 3 

Stan Gelbaugh (Clemson, 1985) 3 

Dan Henning (Wake, 1986) 3 

Dan Henning (UNC, 1986) 3 

Neil O'Donnell (UNC, 1988) 3 

John Kaleo (Pittsburgh, 1992) 3 

Scott Milanovich (Tulane, 1994) 3 

Career Completion Pet. 

1. BobAvellini, 1972-74 6623 

2. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 6619 

3. Frank Reich, 1983-84 629 

4. Larry Dick, 1975-77 5882 

5. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 5881 

6. Dale Betty, 1958-60 582 

7. Brian Cummings, 1994-97 579 

8. BenKinard, 1973-74 571 

9. John Kaleo, 1991-92 568 

10. Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 553 

Season Completion Pet. 
(Min. 100) 

1. Scott Milanovich, 1994 688 

2. Scott Milanovich, 1995 665 

3. Scott Milanovich, 1993 646 

4. Neil O'Donnell, 1987 640 

5. Frank Reich, 1984 639 

6. Dale Betty, 1960 62] 

7. Brian Cummings, 1997 604 

8. Neil O'Donnell, 1988 599 

9. Dick Shiner, 1962 596 

10. fohn Kaleo, 1992 593 

Single-Game Completion Pet. 
(Min. 10) 

1. Bob Avellini (Duke, 1474) 909 

(10 of 11 I 

2. Scott Milanovich (NC State, 1994) 865 

(32 of 37) 

3. Scott Milanovich (Wake, 1994) 833 

i K) of 12) 

Scott Milanovich (NC State, 1995) 833 

(20 of 24) 

Brian Cummings (Tulane, 1995) 833 

( 10 of 12) 

6. Scott Milanovich (Duke, 1993) 806 

(24 of 36) 

7. Scotl Milanovich (NC State, 1993) 786 

(22 of 28) 

8. s t( . ii Zolak (Wake, 1990) 777 

I l-l of IS I 

Dick Shinei (UNC, 1962) 777 

(Hoi IS) 

lo.So.it Milanovich (Fla. State, 1995) 742 

16 oi 62 

Career Pass Completions 

1. Scotl Milanovich, 1442-95 650 

2. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 161 







Neil O'Donnell, who compiled some impressive numbers from 1987-89, is prominently listed in Maryland's 
passing records. 



3. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 387 

4. Dan Henning, 1985-87 353 

5. Brian Cummings, 1994-97 344 

6. [ohn Kaleo, 1991-92 305 

7. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 287 

8. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 270 

9. BobAvellini, 1972-74 261 

10. Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 244 

Season Pass Completions 

1. fohn Kaleo, 1982 286 

2. Scott Milanovich, 1993 279 

3. Scott Milanovich, 1994 229 

4. Scott Zolak, 1990 225 

5. Dan Henning, 1986 146 

6. Boomer Esiason, 1982 176 

7. Stan Gelbaugh, 1985 166 

8. Boomer Esiason, 1983 163 

9. Neil O'Donnell, 1988 160 

io. I >,m I [enning, 1987 157 

Single-Game Pass Completions 

1. Scott Milanovich (Fla. State, 1995) 46 

2. Scott Milanovich (Wake, 1943) <7 

3. Scotl Milanovich (WVU, 1443) -53 

Scott Milanovich (Syracuse, 144 1) 55 

5. So. ll Milanovich (UNC, 1993) 34 

6. lohn Kaleo (Virginia, 1992) 32 

Scotl Milanovich (N< State 1994 52 

So. ti Milanovich (Virginia, 1944) 52 

So.tl Milanovich (Wake. 144",) }2 

10. lohn Kaleo (UNC, 1992) }] 

Career Pass Attempts 

I So.ti Milanovich, 1992 95 982 

' I'. hi I Mason. 1981 83 850 

3. Neil O'Donnell, 1987 89 658 

I. Dan Henning, 1985-87 Ml 



5. Brian Cummings, 1994-97 594 

6. lohn Kaleo, 1991-92 537 

7. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 536 

8. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 509 

9. Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 454 

10. Al Neville, 1971-73 402 

Season Pass Attempts 



9. 



lohn Kaleo, 1992 482 

Scott Milanovich, 1993 431 

Scott Zolak, 1990 418 

Dan Henning, 1986 353 

Scott Milanovich, 1994 333 

Boomer Fsiason, 1982 MS 

Stan Gelbaugh, 1985 311 

Boomer Esiason, 1983 244 

Jim Sandwisch, 1441 291 



10. Dan Henning, 1987 287 

Single-Game Pass Attempts 

1. Scotl Milanovich (Fla. State, 1995) 62 

2. lohn Kaleo (UNC, 1442) 58 

3. Scott Milanovich (Va.Tech, 1443) 57 

4. lohn Kaleo (NC State, 1442) 56 

5. Scotl Milanovich (Wake. 1443) 55 

6. Dan Henning (N< State, 1986) 54 

Scott Milanovich (WVU, 1443) 54 

8. Scott Milanovich (Ga. [ech, 1495) 51 

so. it Milanovich (Virginia, 1994) 51 

io. So. it Milanovich (UN< , 1993) 50 

Career 300 -Yard Passing dames 

1. Scotl Milanovich, 1992 95 10 

2. Dan Henning, 1985 87 5 

3. lohn Kaleo. 1991 92 4 

i Stan Gelbaugh, 1981 85 3 

I so. it Zolak, 1988 90 2 

BobAvellini, 1972-74 2 



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All-Time Leaders 



Season 300- Yard Passing Games 

1. Soul Milanovich, [993 5 

2, I ).m Henning, 1986 4 

fohn Kaleo, 1992 4 

•1. Scott Milanovich, 1994 3 

5. Stan Gelbaugh, 1985 2 

Scotl Milanovich, 1995 2 

Career 400-Yard Passing Games 

1. Scott Milanovich, 1992 95 5 

:. [ohn Kaleo, 1992 3 

Season 400- Yard Passing Games 
I Scott Milanovich, 1993 5 

2. John Kaleo, L992 5 

Consecutive 300-Yard Passing Games 

I. Scott Milanovich, 1993 3 

J. Dan Henning, 1986 2 

[ohn Kalo-, 1992 2 

Scott Milanovich, 1994 2 

Consecutive 400- Yard Passing Games 

1. Scott Milanovich, 1993 i 



RECEIVING 



Career Receptions 

I. lermaine Lewis, 1992-95 193 

:. ( leroy Simon, 1 993-96 1 85 

v Frank Wycheck, 1990-92 134 

4. Russ Weaver, 1992-94 120 

5. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984-87 108 

6. Barry Johnson, 1987-90 106 

7. Ferrell Edmunds, 1984-87 101 

8. Frank Russell, 1972-74 100 

Marcus Badgett, 1990-92 100 

10. Greg Hill, 1982-84 97 

Season Receptions 

1. Geroy Simon, 1994 77 

2. Marcus Badgett, 1992 73 

3. Russ Weaver, 1993 69 

4. lermaine lewis, 1993 hd 

5. Frank Wycheck, 1990 58 

6. Richie Hams, 1992 56 

7. Geroy Simon, 1995 54 

8. Han Prunzik, 1992 ^2 

lermaine Lewis, 1993 52 

10. Greg Hill, 1984 51 

Single-Game Receptions 

1, Geroy Simon (Fla. State, 19931 16 

2. Frank Wycheck (Va. lech, 1990) 14 

Russ Weaver I Wake, 19931 14 

4. fermaine Lewis (Ga. Tech, 1995) 13 

5. Frank Wycheck (NC State, 1990) 12 

6. [ohn Hce (Clemson, 1982) 11 

Marcus Badgett (Pittsburgh, 1992) 11 

Marcus Badgett (Wake, 1992) 11 

GeroySimon WVU, 1994) 11 

Allen Williams (Syracuse, 1994 i 11 

lermaine Lewis NC State, 1995) 11 

Career Receiving Yards 

1. lermaine Lewis, 1992-95 2,952 

2. GeroySimon, 1993-96 2,059 



i, Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984 87 1,895 

1. Marcus Badgett, 1990 92 1,748 

5. ( Ireg 1 [ill, 1 982-84 1 ,72 1 

Barry [ohnson, 1987 90 1,721 

7. Ferrell Edmunds, 1984 87 1,641 

8. lames Milling, 198 1 87 1,446 

9. Russell Davis, 1981-83 1,408 

in. I rank Russell, 1972-74 1,344 

Season Receiving Y'ards 

1. Marcus Badgett, 1992 1,240 

2. lermaine lewis, 1993 957 

3. lermaine I ewis, 1995 957 

4. Geroy Simon, 1994 891 

5. ( Ireg 1 [ill, 1984 820 

6. Barry [ohnson, 1988 689 

7. \h\n Prunzik, 1992 680 

8. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1985 671 

9. lames Milling, 1986 650 

10. Barry [ohnson, 1990 629 

Single-Game Receiving Y'ards 

1. Marcus Badgett (Pittsburgh, 1992) 251 

2. lermaine Lewis (UNC, 1993) 250 

3. lames Milling (UNC, 1986) 220 

4. Marcus Badgett (Duke, 1992) 218 

5. lermaine lewis (Duke, 1995) 205 

6. lermaine lewis (Ga. Tech, 1995) 189 

7. Russell Davis (Penn State, 1982) 188 

8. Marcus Badgett (Wake, 1992) 187 

9. Marcus Badgett (Clemson, 19921 184 

10. Greg Hill (Miami, 1984) 182 

Career Yards Per Reception 

1. Billy Van Heusen, 1965-67 19.1 

2. Lloyd Colteryahn, 1950-52 18.9 

3. lames Milling, 1984-87 18.1 

4. Greg Hill, 1982-84 17.7 

5. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984-87 17.3 

Marcus Badgett, 1990-92 17.5 

7. Russell Davis, 1981-83 17.2 

8. Bobby Collins, 1964-66 17.1 

9. Ferrell Edmunds, 1984-87 16.2 

Barn [ohnson, 1987-90 16.2 

Season Yards Per Reception 

1. Marcus Badgett, 1991 21.0 

2. lames Milling, 1986 19.7 

3. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1985 19.2 

4. Mancel Johnson, 1993 18.8 

5. Lloyd Colteryahn, 1952 18.5 

Barry Johnson, 1990 18.5 

7. lermaine Lewis, 1993 18.4 

8. lames Milling, 1987 18.1 

9. Ferrell Edmunds, 1987 17.2 

10. Marcus Badgett, 1992 16.5 

Single-Game Y'ards Per Reception 

1. fames Milling (UNC, 1986) 44.0 

2. lason Hatala^l Duke, 1997) 43.0 

3. Jermaine Lewis (Ga. Tech, 1 993 1 31.3 

4. Lloyd Colteryahn (Auburn, 1951 ) 28.0 

5. Jermaine Lewis (UNC, 1993) 27.7 

6. Russell Davis (Penn State, 1982) 26.9 

7. Ben Scotti (Auburn, 1958) 26.0 

8. Pete Augsberger I Navy, 1950) 25.4 

9. Marcus Badgett (Duke, 1992) 24.2 

lermaine Lewis (WVU, 1993 i 24.2 




Jermaine Lewis registered a school-record 193 pass 
receptions from 1992-95. 

Career Receiving Touchdowns 

1. lermaine Lewis, 1 992-93 2 I 

2. Greg Hill, 1982-84 18 

3. Gary Collins, 1959-61 12 

4. Barry Johnson, 1987-90 1 1 

Marcus Badgett, 1990-92 1 I 

6. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984-87 10 

Ferrell Edmunds, 1984-87 10 

Mancel Johnson, 1993-96 10 

Gero) Simon, 1993-96 10 

10. Vernon foines, 1985-88 9 

Season Receiving Touchdowns 

1. Marcus Badgett, 1992 9 

lermaine Lewis, 1994 9 

3. Dan Bungori, 1971 8 

4. GregHilh 1982 7 

Greg Hill, 1983 7 

6. Don Ratlitt, 1972 6 

lames Milling, 1986 6 

Barry Johnson, 1989 6 

9. Walter White, 1973 5 

Kim Hoover, 1975 5 

Russell Davis, 1982 5 

Sean Sullivan, 1983 5 

Vernon Joines, 1987 5 

Single-Game Receiving Touchdowns 

1. lames Milling UNC. 1986) 3 

Jermaine Lewis i WVU, 1993) 3 

3. Lloyd Colteryahn (LSU, 1952) 2 

Darrvl Hill (Air Force, 1963) 2 

Darryl Hill (Wake, 1963) 2 

Billy Van Heusen i Fla. State, 1966 2 

Vince Kinney i Villanova, 1975' 2 

Russell Davis Penn State, 1982) 2 

Greg Hill (Wake, 1982) 2 

Greg Hill ! Duke, 1982 i 2 



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Greg Hill (WVU, 1983) 2 

Greg Hill (Miami, 1984) 2 

Bren Lowery (WVU, 1987) 2 

Vernon Joines (UNC, 1987) 2 

Barry Johnson (Michigan, 1992) 2 

Marcus Badgett (Pittsburgh, 1992) 2 

Marcus Badgett (Duke, 1992) 2 

Marcus Badgett (Clemson, 1992) 2 

Jason Kremus (Wake, 1993) 2 

Walt Williams (Va. Tech, 1993) 2 

Jermaine Lewis (UNC, 1993) 2 

Jermaine Lewis (NC State, 1994) 2 

Jermaine Lewis (Ga. Tech, 1994) 2 

Jermaine Lewis (Wake, 1994) 2 

Mancel Johnson (UNC, 1995) 2 

Omar Cheeseboro (NC State, 1997) 2 

Career 100- Yard Receiving Games 

1. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 15 

2. Marcus Badgett, 1990-92 5 

3. Greg Hill, 1982-84 4 

Season 100- Yard Receiving Games 

1. Marcus Badgett, 1992 5 

2. Jermaine Lewis, 1993 4 

Jermaine Lewis, 1994 4 

Jermaine Lewis, 1995 4 

Career 200- Yard Receiving Games 

1. Marcus Badgett, 1990-92 2 

Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 2 

3. lames Milling, 1984-87 1 



Consecutive 200-Yard Receiving Games 

1. Marcus Badgett, 1992 



Consecutive 100-Yard Receiving Games 

1. Jermaine Lewis, 1994 4 

2. Marcus Badgett, 1992 2 

Jermaine Lewis, 1993 2 

Jermaine Lewis, 1995 (2 times) 2 



TOTAL OFFENSE 



Career Total Offense 

1. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 7,111 

2. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 6,081 

3. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 5,060 

4. Dan Henning, 1985-87 4,463 

5. Brian Cummings, 1994-97 3,964 

6. John Kaleo, 1991-92 3,686 

7. Stan Gelbaugh, 1981-85 3,569 

8. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 3,533 

9. < harlie Wysocki, 1978-81 5,317 

10. Bob Avellini, 1972-74 3,285 

Season Total Offense 

1. John Kaleo, 1992 3,472 

2. Scott Milanovich, 1993 1,4 I 

3. Dan Henning, 1986 2,681 

I. Scotl Zolak, 1990 2,392 

5. stan Gelbaugh, 1985 2,385 

6. Boomer Esiason, 1983 2,290 

7. Boomer Esiason, 1982 2,231 

8. Neil O'Donnell, 1988 1,1 (9 

9. Neil O'Donnell, 1989 2,059 

10. Dan Henning, 1987 1,782 




Geroy Simon owns single-season (77, 1994) and 
single-game (16, vs. Florida State, 1995) Maryland 
marks for receptions. 



INTERCEPTIONS 



Career Interceptions 

1. Tom Brown, 1960-62 17 

2. Bob Smith, 1972-74 15 

3. Lendell Jones, 1981-83 14 

4. Bob Sullivan, 1963-65 13 

Ken Schroy, 1972-74 13 

6. Andreal Johnson, 1993-96 11 

7. Lloyd Burruss, 1976-79 10 

Ralph Lary, 1977-80 10 

Howard Eubanks, 1979-82 10 

lO.WallyStainaker, 1967-69 9 

Jim Brechbiel, 1973-75 9 

Eric Wilson, 1981-84 9 

Clarence Baldwin, 1981-83 9 

Keeta Covington, 1983-86 9 

Season Interceptions 

1. Bob Sullivan, 1965 10 

(led nation) 

2. Tom Brown, 1961 8 

3. Bob Smith, 1972 7 

Ralph Lary, 1979 7 

Lendell Jones, 1982 7 

Clarence Baldwin, 1983 7 

7. loe Horning, 1951 6 

Bernie Faloney, 1953 6 

Tom Brown, 1962 6 

Larry Marshall, 1971 6 

Keeta Covington, 1985 6 

Andreal Johnson, 1995 6 




Marcus Badgett rang up a school-record 1,240 receiving yards in 1992. 



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Ail-Time Leaders 



TACKLES 



Career Tackles 

I. I ik WUson, 1981 SI 48] 

J. Chuck Faucette, 1983 86 466 

3. Ratclif) rhomas, L993 96 424 

4. Mike [armolowich, 19N 1 > 92 II I 

5. Brad Carr, 1974-77 $86 

6. Scott Saylor, 1987 89 582 

7. Bruce Palmer, L976-78 551 

8. MikeCorvino, L979 82 347 

l ). Ted Klaube, 1475-77 544 

ID. Kevin Walker, 1985-87 330 

Season Tackles 

1. Neal Olkewicz, 1978 188 

2. red Klaube, 1977 186 

5. I ric Wilson, t^>S3 178 

4. Harry Walters, l l >74 173 

5. Kevin Walker, 1987 172 

6. I ric Wilson, 1984 160 

7. Brian Matera, 1979 159 

8. Brad Carr, 1976 157 

9. Mike [armolowich, 1991 153 

10. Bruce Palmer, 1978 151 

Chuck Faucette, 1986.... 151 

Career Sacks 

1. Mike Corvino, 1979-82 24 

2. Charles [ohnson, 1976-78 19 

Bruce Palmer, 1976-78 19 

Mark Duda, 1979-82 19 

5. Eric Ogbogu, 1994-97 18.5 

6. Gurnest Brown, 1979-82 18 

Bruce Mesner, 1983-86 18 

8. Joe Campbell, 1973-76 17 

9. Ernie Salley, 1974-77 15 

lack Bradford. 1987-90 15 

Season Sacks 

1. Bruce Palmer, 1978 13 

Mark Duda, 1982 13 

3. Randy White, 1974 12 

Charles fohnson, 1978 12 

Bruce Mesner, 1945 12 

6. MarlinVan Horn, 1979 11 

MikeCorvino, 1981 11 

8. lack Bradford, 1980 10 

Gurnest Brown, 1981 10 

10. Ernie Salley, 1973 8 



PUNTING 



Career Punting Avg. 

1. Bill Walker, 1933-55 41.8 

2. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 41.4 

3. Phil Wagenheim, 1973-74 40.7 

4. DueyGraham, 1970 40 I 

5. MikeSochko, 1975-77 40.2 

6. Darryl Wright, 1984-87 40.1 

7. Greg Fries, 1968-70 39.9 

8. Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 5 l ).~ 

9. Billy Van Heusen, 1965-67 39.6 

10. Alan Sadler, 1982-83 38.8 



Season Punting Avg. 

1. Scott Milanovich, 1943 I - 

2. Phil Wagenheim, 1974 I 

I Scotl Milanovich, 1994 41.8 

I. \hm DeArmas, 1989 41.5 

5. Dale* astro, 1980 10.9 

6. Mike Sochko, 1977 10.8 

7. Darryl Wright, 1987 40.6 

8. Due) Graham, 1970 40.4 

MikeSochko, 1975 40.4 

ID. Dan DeArmas, 1991 40.2 

Single-Game Punting Avg. 

1. Scott Milanovich (N< State, 1993) 52.7 

2. So.lt Milanovich (Wake, 1993) 52.3 

3. Scott Milanovich (< lemson, 1994) 49.0 

4. Bernie Faloney (Mississippi, 1952) 47.6 

5. Dan DeArmas (Wake, 1990) 47.3 

Scott Milanovich (Virginia, 1993) 47.3 

7. Phil Wagenheim (Virginia, 1974) 46.6 

8. Greg Pries (S. Carolina, 196SI 45.5 

9. Phil Wagenheim (Wake, 1968) 45.0 

lO.Russ Edwards (Ohio, 1997) 1 1.5 

Career Punts 

1. Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 268 

2. Dale Castro, 1978-80 224 

3. Darryl Wright, 1 984-87 209 

4. MikeSochko, 1975-77 169 

5. Greg Fries, 1968-70 168 

6. Russ Edwards, 1995- 153 

7. Howard Humphries, 1963-65 142 

8. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 133 

9. Alan Sadler, 1982-83 132 

10. Gary Collins, 1959-61 113 

Single-Game Punts 

1. Steve Adams (Florida, 1981) 12 

2. Greg Fries (Clemson, 1968) 11 

Greg Fries (Syracuse, 1969) 1 ] 

MikeSochko (Cincinnati, 1975) 11 

Dale Castro (Kentucky, 1979) 11 

Dale Castro (Penn State, 1979) 11 

7. MikeSochko (Penn State, 1977) 10 

Dale Castro (Penn State, 1978) 10 

Dan DeArmas (Ga. Tech, 1990) 10 

Dan DeArmas (Ga. Tech, IW1 I 10 

Dan DeArmas (UNC, 1991) 10 

Dan DeArmas (Penn State, 1991 i 10 

Career Punting Yards 

1. Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 10,627 

2. Dale Castro, 1979-80 8,584 

3. Darrell Wright, 1984-87 8,389 

4. Mike Sochko, 1975-77 6,789 

5. Greg Fries, 1968-70 6,696 

6. Russ Edwards, 1995- 5,636 

7. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 5,509 

8. Howard Humphries, 1963-65 5,290 

9. Alan Sadler, 1982-S3 5,125 

10. Gary Collins, 1959-60 4,205 




Ratcliff Thomas is one of four Terps to register 
more than 400 career tackles. 




Eric Wilson, who lettered from 1 981-84, celebrates 
after making one of his school-record 481 career 
tackles. 



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MARYLAND FOOTBALL 



Ail-Time Leaders 



FIELD GOALS 



Career Field Goals Made 

1. Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 60 

2. Dan Plocki, 1985-88 47 

3. Steve Mike-Mayer, 1972-74 37 

4. Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 12 

5. Joe O'Donnell, 1994-96 28 

6. Dale Castro, 1979-80 27 

7. John Hannigan, 1961-62 22 

Ed Loncar, 1976-78 22 

9. Bernard Bramson, 1964-66 18 

lO.Mike Sochko, 1973-76 17 

Season Field Goals Made 

1. Dale Castro, 1979 17 

Jess Atkinson, 1984 17 

Dan Plocki, 1988 17 

4. Ed Loncar, 1978 16 

less Atkinson, 1982 16 

6. Steve Mike-Mayer, 1974 13 

less Atkinson, 1983 15 

8. Dan DeArmas, 1990 14 

9. Steve Mike-Mayer, 1973 12 

Mike Sochko, 1975 12 

Jess Atkinson, 1981 12 

Joe O'Donnell, 1996 12 

Single-Game Field Goals Made 

1. Dale Castro (Miss. State, 1979) 5 

2. Dale Castro (Clemson, 1979) 4 

Dan Plocki (WVU, 1985) 4 

4. Vincent Scott (WVU, 1959) 3 

Steve Mike-Mayer (Villanova, 1972) 3 

Steve Mike-Mayer (Alabama, 1974) 3 

Ed Loncar (UNC, 1978) 3 

Jess Atkinson (Virginia, 1983) 3 

Dan Plocki (NC State, 1986) 3 




Scott Milanovich owns the two best single-game 
punting averages in school history — 52.7 yards 
vs. NC State and 52.5 yards vs. Wake Forest, both in 
1993. 



Dan Plocki (Syracuse, 1988) 3 

Dan DeArmas (W. Michigan, 1989) 3 

Dan DeArmas (Duke, 1990) 3 

Brian Kopka (Duke, 1997) 3 

Career Field Goal Attempts 

1. Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 82 

2. Steve Mike-Mayer, 1972-74 71 

3. Dan Plocki, 1985-88 63 

4. Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 43 

5. Ed Loncar, 1976-78 41 

6. Bernardo Bramson, 1964-66 39 

Dale Castro, 1979-80 39 

8. John Hannigan, 1960-62 36 

Joe O'Donnell, 1994-96 36 

10. Mike Sochko, 1975-76 28 

Season Field Goal Attempts 

1. Ed Loncar, 1978 26 

2. Steve Mike-Mayer, 1974 25 

3. Steve Mike-Mayer, 1973 24 

4. Jess Atkinson, 1982 22 

Dan Plocki, 1988 22 

6. Mike Sochko, 1975 21 

Dale Castro, 1979 21 

Jess Atkinson, 1981 21 

9. Jess Atkinson, 1984 20 

10. Jess Atkinson, 1983 19 

Single-Game Field Goal Attempts 

1. Dale Castro (Miss. State, 1979) 5 

Dan Plocki (WVU, 1985) 5 

3. Bernardo Bramson (Clemson, 1965) 4 

Ed Loncar (Syracuse, 1975) 4 

Ed Loncar (Louisville, 1978) 4 

Dale Castro (Clemson, 1979) 4 

Jess Atkinson (Vanderbilt, 1984) 4 

Dan Plocki (NC State, 1986) 4 

Dan DeArmas (Wake, 1989) 4 

Career Field Goal Pet. 

1. Joe O'Donnell, 1994-96 777 

(28 at" 36) 

2. Dan Plocki, 1985-88 746 

(47 of 63) 

3. Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 744 

(12 of 43) 

1. less Atkinson, 1981-84 731 

60 of 82) 

5. Kambiz Behbahni, 1970-71 631 

(12 of 19) 



SCORING 



Career Points Scored 

1. less Atkinson, 1981-84 >08 

2. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 286 

5. Dan Plocki, 1985 88 233 

I. Steve Mike Mayer, 1972 74 203 

5. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 192 

6. Louis Carter, 1972-74 162 

7. Charlie Wysocki, 1978 81 138 

Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 158 

9. fermaine I ewis, 1992-95 152 

10. Joe O'Donnell, 1993-96 151 




Steve Mike-Mayer earned first team All-America 
honors from The Sporting News in 1974 when he 
connected on 1 5 field goal attempts. 



Season Points Scored 

1. Puck Badanjek, 1984 102 

2. Bob Shemonski, 1950 97 

3. LuGambino, 1947 96 

Ed Vereb, 1955 96 

5. Jess Atkinson, 1984 88 

6. less Atkinson, 1982 87 

7. Louis Carter, 1973 84 

8. Steve Mike-Mayer, 1974 79 

9. Dan Plocki, 1988 78 

10. Ed Loncar, 1978 73 

Jess Atkinson, 1983 73 



Career Touchdowns 
1. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85. 

Season Touchdowns 

1. Lu Gambino, 1947 

Bob Shemonski, 1950 

Ed Vereb, 1955 

Rick Badanjek, 1984 



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Career PAT's Made 

1. Jess Atkinson. 198! -84. 

Season PAT's Made 

I. less Atkinson. 1982 



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All-Time Leaders 




Maryland Team Bests 



Jamie Andrews was one of three Terps to rush for 
more than 100 yards as Maryland totaled a school 
best 582 yards on the ground vs. Virginia in 1975. 




PASSING 



The Terps struck paydirt via the pass 23 times in 
1 994, the second most in school history. 



RUSHING 



Season Rushing Yards 

I. 1951 2,921 

I 19 '6 2,874 

3. 1953 2,540 

4. 1974 2,507 

5. 1954 2,488 

Single-Game Rushing Yards 

1. vs. Virginia, 1973 582 

2. vs. Va. Tech, L950 577 

5. vs. WVU, 1951 523 

I. vs. Missouri. 1954 492 

5. vs. Washington & Lee, 1951 406 

vs. ( lemson, 1984 106 

". vs. Virginia, 1984 402 

S. vs. Virginia, 1973 592 

9. vs. Syracuse, 1976 370 

vs.N( State, 1931 370 

Season Rushing Touchdowns 

1 . 1 974 30 

2. 1984 29 

v 1977 25 

1982 25 

5. 1973 24 

Season Passing Yards 

1. 1993 

2. 1992 5,628 

3. 1994 5,037 

4. 1990 2.774 

5. 19S7 2,748 

6. 1986 2,728 

7. 1984 2,602 

8. 1983 2,563 

9. 1989 2,510 

10.1985 2,475 

Single-Game Passing Yards 

1. vs. Va. Tech. 1993 498 

2. vs. WVU, 1993 471 

3. vs. Wake, 1993 425 

4. vs.Clemson, 1992 418 

5. vs. Pittsburgh, 1992 415 

6. vs. Duke, 1993 414 

7. vs. INC, 1993 405 

vs. Wake, 1992 405 

9. vs. Fla. State, 1995 380 

10. vs. Duke. 1992 3 8 

Season Pass Attempts 

1. 1992 514 

2. 1993 473 

3. 1990 441 

4. 1994 428 

5. 1987 399 

6. 1991 363 

7. 1995 362 

8. 1986 355 

9. 1989 351 

10.1983 332 

Single-Game Pass Attempts 

1. vs. Fla. State, 1995 62 

2. vs. UNC, 1992 58 



3. \s. NC State, 1992 57 

vs. Va. Tech, 1993 57 

vs. Wake, 1993 57 

6. vs. WVU, 1993 56 

7. vs. N( State, 1986 54 

8. vs. Ga. Tech, 1995 51 

vs. Virginia, 1994 51 

Id. vs. UNC, 1993 50 

VS. Wake, 1997 30 

Season Pass Completions 

1. 1992 304 

2. 1993 

5. 1994 291 

1. 1941) 238 

5. 1987 228 

6. 1995 226 

7. 1986 197 

8. 1984 189 

1989 189 

10. 1983 185 

Single-Game Pass Completions 

1. vs. Ma. State, 1993 Id 

2. vs. Wake, 1993 58 

3. vs. WVU, 1993 36 

4. vs. Syracuse, 199 1 35 

5. vs. UNC, 1993 34 

6. vs. Virginia, 1992 32 

vs. NC State, 1994 32 

vs. Virginia, 1994 32 

vs. Ga. Tech, 1995 ^2 

Hi. vs. UNC, 1992 31 

Season Completion Pet. 

1. 1994 68(1 

2. 1993 638 

3. 1995 624 

4. 1984 618 

5. 1973 593 

1988 593 

7. 1492 591 

8. 1997 386 

9. 1976 573 

10.1987 571 

Single-Game Completion Pet. 

1. vs. N'C State, 1994 865 

2 vs. NC State, 1995 833 

3. vs. Duke, 1993 806 

4. vs. Duke, 1974 800 

5. vs. Wake, 1990 

6. vs. NC State, 1993 744 

7. vs. Fla. State, 1995 742 

s. vs. Duke. 194" 708 

9. vs. Wake, 1994 64/ 

10. vs. UNC, 1962 640 

Season Touchdown Passes 

1. 1993 26 

2. 1994 23 

3. 1982 18 

1992 18 

5. 1966 17 

6. 19S3 16 

7. 1985 15 

1986 15 

9. 1971 14 

1984 14 



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T B A L L 



100- Yard Rushing Games 



Yds. Name (Opponent, Date) 

240 Willie Joyner ( UNC, 1 0/30/82 ) 

237 George Scott (Villanova, 1 1/5/77) 

222 Charlie Wysocki (Louisville, 11/17/79) 

217 Rick Badanjek (Virginia, 11/23/84) 

216 Charlie Wysocki (Duke, 10/25/80) 

215 Steve Atkins (Syracuse, 9/25/76) 

214 Alvin Blount (Clemson, 11/17/84) 

213 Louis Carter (Virginia, 1 1/23/74) 

202 Charlie Wysocki (Virginia, 1 1/24/79) 

197 Steve Atkins (Clemson, 9/15/79) 

186 Ralph Felton (NC State, 1 1/17/51 ) 

186 Alvin Blount (Virginia, 11/29/85) 

180 Louis Carter (NC State, 10/26/74) 

1 78 Charlie Wysocki ( Clemson, 9/ 1 5/79 ) 

177 Charlie Wysocki (Villanova, 9/6/80) 

176 Buddy Rodgers (Duke, 10/26/96) 

173 George Scott ( Virginia, 10/19/77) 

172 Billy Lovett (UNC, 10/12/68) 

172 Charlie Wysocki (Syracuse, 10/3/81 ) 

171 George Scott (Richmond, 11/12/77) 

170 Al Thomas (Duke, 10/18/69) 

170 Willie Joyner (Virginia, 11/20/82) 

169 Steve Atkins (Richmond, 9/1 1/76) 

167 Steve Atkins (UNC, 9/23/78) 

1 67 Mark Mason ( WVU, 9/ 19/92) 

164 Mark Mason (NC State, 9/12/92) 

163 Allen Williams (WVU, 9/17/94) 

162 Steve Atkins ( UNC, 9/16/78) 

162 Frank Wycheck (Clemson, 1 1/14/92) 

1 6 1 Charlie Wysocki ( Villanova, 9/8/79 ) 

1 58 Louis Carter ( UNC, 9/28/74 ) 

156 Art Seymore (NC State, 10/24/70) 

153 Billy Lovett (S. Carolina, 10/19/68) 

153 Steve Atkins (Kentucky, 9/30/78) 

153 Charlie Wysocki (Virginia, 1 1/21/81 ) 

152 lohn Nash (Wake, 10/16/82) 

1 52 Troy lackson ( Wake, 1 0/ 1 3/90 ) 

1 50 Ricky Jennings ( Villanova, 11/9/74) 

149 Charlie Wysocki (WVU, 9/20/80) 

148 Charlie Wysocki (Virginia, 1 1/22/80) 

144 Charlie Wysocki ( Vanderbilt, 9/ 1 3/80 ) 

143 Charlie Wysocki (Duke, 10/24/81) 

142 Steve Atkins (Wake, 10/15/77) 

141 Billy Lovett (WVU, 10/15/66) 

1 40 Billy Lovett ( Duke, 1 0/ 1 5/68 ) 

140 Wayne Wingfield (Wake, 10/20/79) 

140 Rick Badanjek (NC State, 1 1/19/83) 

139 Dennis O'Hara (Wake, 10/4/69) 

139 Charlie Wysocki (Miss. St., 9/22/79) 

138 Ed Modzelewski (GW, 10/6/51 ) 

1 38 Alvin Maddox (NC State, 1 0/9/76 ) 

16 Ricky Jennings (Virginia, 11/22/75) 

1 !6 Wayne Wingfield (Duke, 10/27/79) 

1 36 John Nash (Wake, 10/1 7/8 1 ) 

135 Monte Hinkle (Honda, 10/23/71) 

135 Charlie Wysocki (PSU, 10/11/80) 

135 I aMont lordan (Temple, 9/27/97) 

133 Steve Atkins (WVU, 9/18/76) 

132 [ack Scarbath (Georgetown, 11/14/50) 

132 Chel Hanulak (Alabama, 1 1/21/53) 

132 Ed Vereb (Syracuse, 1 1/22/55) 

132 Alvin Maddox (( lemson, 11/13/761 

132 Steve Atkins (N( State, 10/7/78) 

132 Charlie Wysocki (N< State, 11/1/80) 

131 Id Modzelewski (WVU, 11/24/51) 

129 red Kershnei (N( Stale, 11/22/56) 

129 lom Hickey (Virginia, 1 1/21/64 

129 Alvin Maddox (Kent., ll/l I 6 

128 Tom Hicke) (NC Mate, 10 

127 I il Modzelewski (Navy, 10 10 

127 Art Seymore (WVU, II !8 




Willie Joyner established Maryland's single-game rushing standard when he ran for 240 yards in a 1982 
victory over lOth-ranked North Carolina. 



127 Louis Carter (Clemson, 11/17/73) 111 

126 Tom Hickey (Wake, 1 1/24/64) 110 

126 Steve Atkins (Virginia, 11/22/75) 110 

126 LaMont lordan (NC State, 11/8/97) 1 10 

125 Dwayne Fletcher (UNC, 10/17/59) 109 

125 Alvin Blount (WVU, 9/20/86) 109 

124 Ed Modzelewski (Duke, 10/28/50) 109 

124 Tom Hickey (PSU, 10/31/64) 108 

124 George Scott (Virginia, 11/20/76) 107 

122 Ralph Donofrio (Clemson, 1 1/1 1/67) 107 

122 Tommy Neal (Duke, 10/27/84) 107 

120 Willie joyner (NC State, 11/19/83) 106 

120 Harold Westley (Wake, 10/19/96) 106 

1 19 Len Chiaverini (S. Carolina, 10/27/62 ) 106 

1 1 8 Tom Selep ( Baylor, 1 0/6/56 ) 105 

118 Monte Hinkle (Wake, 10/2/71) 105 

1 1 8 Carl Shelton ( Virginia, 1 I /20/7 1 ) 105 

118 Steve Atkins (Louisville, 9/26/78) 105 

118 Mark Mason (Pitt, 10/5/91 ) 105 

118 Allen Williams (FSU, 11/6/93) 104 

117 Art Seymore (Villanova, 9/12/70) 104 

117 Louis Carter (VMI, 9/23/72) 104 

117 Jamie Franklin (Cine, 11/8/75) 104 

116 Ron Waller (Missouri, 11/25/54) 101 

116 Steve Atkins (Duke, 10/22/77) 104 

116 Willie Joyner (Virginia, 10/1/83) 103 

116 MarkMason (Virginia, 11/17/90) 103 

115 Chet Hanulak (Georgia, I l/l 1/52) 103 

115 Al Neville (Wake, 10/7/72) 103 

114 Jim Joyce (Texas.9/26 <9 103 

111 Art Seymore (NC State, 9/18/71) 102 
) 1 ) Brian Underwood I temple, 9/27/97) 102 
113 ( het Hanulak (Missouri, 9/19/53) 102 
113 Alvin Maddox (NC State, 10/1/77) 102 
1 13 Willie Joyner (Syracuse, 10/8/83) 102 
I I i Jbmm) Neal (( lemson, 1 1/17/84) 102 

112 Budd) Rodgers (WVI . 9 16 9 • 101 
111 Ralph Felton (Auburn, 9/2 12 101 
III Ed Vereb (S. Carolina, 11/29 i i 101 

I 11 Bill Lovetl (Virginia, II 13/6 100 

1 1 1 An Seymore (S, I arolina, 10 17/70) loo 



Willie Joyner (NC State, 9/25/82) 
Louis Carter (NC State, 10/13/73) 
Steve Atkins (Tulane, 9/9/78) 
John Nash (UNC, 10/31/81) 
Bob Shemonski (VPI, 12/2/50) 
Jerry Fishman (Wake, 10/26/63) 
Art Seymore (Villanova, 11/12/70) 
Dennis Condie (SMU, 9/23/61 ) 
Ed Fullerton (Navy, 10/18/52) 
Chet Hanulak (Georgia, 10/10/53) 
Buddy Rodgers (Tulane, 9/2/95) 
Tom Miller (VMI, 10/30/71) 
Charlie Wysocki (Clemson, 1 1/15/80) 
Buddv Rodgers (Wake, 10/19/96) 
Ricky Jennings (Villanova, 1 1/9/741 
Ricky Jennings (Duke, 1 J/16 I 
Jamie Franklin (Virginia, 1 1/22/75) 
Tim Wilson (Villanova, 10/2/76) 
Rick Johnson (Duke, 10/22/881 
sieve Atkins (Wake, 10/21 78) 
Tim Whittie (Duke, 10/27/79) 
lohn Nash (NC State, 9/26 81 
Rick Badanjek (Wake, 9/29 84) 
Alvin Blounl (Virginia, II M si 
Bren Lowery (Virginia, I I 28 86) 
Bob Shemonski (VPI, 12/2/50) 
lohn Nash (Virginia, 11/21 81 
Mark Mason (Va. lech, 9 
Allen Williams (Ga. Tech, 10 22 94) 
Budd) Rodgers (Duk< 9 
Ed Modzelewski (Missouri, 11/3/51) 
Dick Bielski (UN( , 10 16 i4 
Sieve Atkins (Syracuse, 10/1 1 8) 

rim O'Hare (Virginia, 11/11 8) 
MarkMason (PS1 9 16 9 
Frank Wycheck (UNI , 10 II 9 

lorn Millei (Duke, 10 18 69 

lom Millei (VMI 10 10 

Duns ( .11 te 1 i\ illanova, 11/2 1 

Allen Williams i lul.uie. 10 29 94) 

i harlie Wysocki (Vanderbilt, 9 



110 



Yearly Leaders 



RUSHING LEADERS 



SCORING LEADERS 



Year 


Playei ( arries-Yards 


Year 


Player 


ID 


\PI 


2XPT 


I'M 


1 u Gambino 


15 904 


1447 


I u ( lambino 


16 








[948 


Hurberl Werner 


101 i ■! 


1448 


1 larry Bonk 


5 


II 


n 


1949 


1 ink Modzelews 


ki 120 S89 


1444 


Stan l.avine 


7 


'I 


(I 


[950 


Bob Shemonski 


101 >60 


1950 


Boli Shemonski 


16 


1 





1951 


Ralph Felton 


8 < 185 


1951 


Kuk Seal hath 


7 








i"-: 


I.kIv Scarbath 


103 237 


1"-' 


( hel llaiuilak 


6 


II 


II 


1953 


Ralph Felton 


100-558 


1953 


Bernie Falonej 


9 


II 


II 


1954 


Ron Waller 


66 19 ' 


1954 


Dick Bielski 


6 


1 i 





1455 


EdVereb 


113-642 


1955 


1 .1 Vereb 


16 








1956 


Tom Selep 


62 U5 


1956 


[ohn 1 1 its< h 


3 


1 





1957 


Ted Kershner 


11 22" 


1957 


1 lowie Dare 


4 








1 958 


[im foyce 


■i (06 


1958 


[ohn 1 orbes 


6 


II 





[959 


Inn loyce 


137 567 


1454 


lim [oyce 


8 


II 





[960 


Pal Drass 


76 297 


1960 


( lary ( iollins 


4 


II 


1 


1961 


1 i trie \rv/:/\ 


79 375 


1461 


[ohn 1 lannigan 





17 





1962 


I en i hiavei ini 


1 56-602 


141,2 


Tom Brown 


6 


ii 


n 


[963 


[erry Fishman 


1 16-480 


1963 


Darryl Hill 


8 


7 





1964 


Bo Hickey 


is: 894 


1464 


Bernardo Bramson 





17 





L965 


Ernie Torain 


93 370 


1965 


Bei nardo Bramson 





15 


II 


1966 


Billy 1 men 


'is )M 


1466 


Billy Van Heusen 


7 





II 


1467 


Billy 1 ovett 


! i" 1"" 


1467 


Rick * arlson 


2 


4 





1968 


Bill) 1 ovett 


21" 963 


1 468 


Billy Lovett 


s 


II 


1 


1469 


Idin Miller 


169-629 


1 469 


Paul Fitzpatrick 


3 


2 





1471) 


\i t Se) mine 


221-481 


1970 


Robert Tucker 


3 








1971 


Monte Hinkle 


117-472 




Art Seymore 


3 








1972 


1 ouis i artei 


114 474 


197] 


Kambiz Behbahni 





24 


II 


[973 


I ouis i arter 


218-801 


1972 


Steve Mike-Mayer 





25 


II 


[974 


I ouis ( arter 


224-991 


14-5 


Louis Carter 


14 








1975 


sieve Atkins 


87 I'M 


1974 


Steve Mike Mayei 





34 


II 


1976 


Alvin Maddox 


141-678 


1975 


Mike Sochko 





31 


II 


1977 


( ieorge Scott 


1SS-S44 


1976 


Tim Wilson 


7 





II 


ITS 


Steve Atkins 


283-1,261 


1977 


Steve Atkins 


9 








1979 


Charlie Wysocki 


247-1M40 


I97S 


Ed Loncar 





25 





1980 


Charlie Wysocki 


334-1,359 


1979 


Dale Castro 





19 





1981 


Charlie Wysocki 


154-715 


1980 


Charlie Wysocki 


1 1 








1982 


Willie loyner 


1"" 1,034 


1981 


Jess Atkinson 





24 





1983 


Willie [oyner 


198-908 


1982 


less Atkinson 





39 





1984 


l\Kk Badanjek 


173-832 


1983 


Jess Atkinson 





28 


II 


1985 


Alvin Blount 


171-828 


MSI 


Rick Badanjek 


16 





3 


1986 


Alvin Blount 


119-517 


1985 


Rick Badanjek 


12 








1987 


Bren Lower) 


168-556 


1986 


Dan Plocki 





29 





1988 


Ricky Johnson 


136-635 


1987 


Bren Lower)' 


7 








1989 


Bren Lowery 


100-482 


1988 


Dan Plocki 





27 





1990 


Troy lackson 


176-662 


1989 


Dan DeArmas 





24 





1991 


Mark Mason 


82-452 


1990 


Dan DeArmas 





23 





1492 


Mark Mason 


46-523 


1991 


Dan DeArmas 





15 











1992 


David DeArmas 





28 





1993 


Mark Mason 


158-616 












1994 


Allen Williams 


129-649 


1993 


Jermaine Lewis 


7 








1995 


Buddy Rodgers 


158-718 


1994 


]oe O'Donnell 





33 





1996 


Brian Underwood 97-449 


1995 


Buddy Rodgers 


7 





2 










loe O'Donnell 





16 





1997 


1 a Mont lordan 


1 54-689 


















1996 


loe O'Donnell 





15 


II 








1997 


Buddy Rodgers 


5 
















Brian Kopka 





12 






l(, 

M 
II 


II 
II 
II 



I 

(I 
II 
II 
II 
(I 



5 

II 

II 

9 

7 



4 



n 



() 

in 

10 



15 

12 





16 

17 



12 

16 

15 





11 



17 

11 

14 

7 

10 



9 



10 

11 



6 



IMS. 

46 
II 
12 

9 

12 

16 

I 
M 
96 
IV 

M 
11 

-'(, 
56 
38 
55 
1 I 
36 
42 
28 
50 
2n 
18 
18 
54 
33 
SI 
"4 
67 
42 
54 
73 
70 
66 

60 
87 
75 
102 
72 
62 
42 
78 
57 
65 
36 
58 
42 
60 
46 
46 
48 
30 
30 




Billy Lovett 




Mike Sochko 




Dan Plocki 




Dan DeArmas 




^> 



Joe O'Donnell 



111 



Yearly Leaders 



PASSING (TOTAL YARDS) 



Year 


Player 


1947 


Vic Turyn 


1948 


Vic Turyn 


1949 


Stan Lavine 


1950 


Jack Scarbath 


1951 


Jack Scarbath 


1952 


Jack Scarbath 


1953 


Bernie Faloney 


1954 


Charlie Boxhold 


1955 


Frank Tamburello 


1956 


John Fritsch 


1957 


Bob Rusevlyan 


1958 


Bob Rusevlyan 


1959 


Dale Betty 


1960 


Dale Betty 


1961 


Richie Novak 


1462 


Dick Shiner 


1963 


Dick Shiner 


1964 


Phil Petrv 


1965 


Phil Petry 


1966 


Alan Pastrana 


1967 


Chuck Drimal 


1968 


Alan Pastrana 


1969 


Jeff Shugars 


1970 


Jeff Shugars 


1971 


Al Neville 


1972 


Bob Avellini 


1973 


Al Neville 


1974 


Bob Avellini 


1975 


Larry Dick 


1976 


Mark Manges 


1977 


Larry Dick 


1978 


Tim O'Hare 


1979 


Mike Tice 


1980 


Mike Tice 


1981 


Boomer Esiason 


1982 


Boomer Esiason 


1983 


Boomer Esiason 


1984 


Frank Reich 


1985 


Man Gelbaugh 


1986 


1 \\n Henning 


1987 


Dan Henning 


1 988 


Neil O'Donnell 


1989 


Neil O'Donnell 


1990 


Scott Zolak 


1991 


J i m Sandwisi h 


1992 


John Kaleo 


1493 


S( on Milanovich 


L994 


Scotl Milanovich 


1995 


Brian Cummings 


1 996 


Brian Cummings 


1997 


Brian < ummings 





2<C 


RECEIVING (RECEPTI 


0NS) 










A 


C 


Yds. 


TD 


Ifear 


Player Rec.-Yds TD 


59 


32 


504 


6 


947 


Elmer Wingate 


12-145 


3 


111 


45 


595 


10 


948 


Elmer Wingate 


9-32 


3 


65 


35 


554 


6 


^Jl 


949 


Stan Karnash 


16-245 


2 


80 


32 


463 


4 


950 


Pete Augsberger 


25-422 


2 


67 


34 


675 


8 


a /ji 


951 


Lou Weidensaul 


18-249 


4 


113 


59 


1,149 


10 


1 hf 


952 


Lloyd Colteryahn 


32-593 


4 


68 
59 


31 

23 


599 

525 


5 
6 


f\r m 


953 


Chet Hanulak 


10-152 





Dick Shiner 


954 


Bill Walker 


13-209 


1 


58 


28 


497 


4 




955 


lack Healy 
Howie Dare 


10-182 
10-74 


2 






3 


52 


23 


219 





4^^^^^BR^. 


956 


Bill Turner 


7-74 





58 


26 


297 


3 


■| 


1957 


Ed Cooke 


14-137 





109 


59 


657 


2 


'«« ▼•? .\ 


1958 


Ben Scotti 


18-282 


1 


76 


39 


552 


9 






















Ron Shaffer 


18-141 


1 


132 


82 


796 


6 




1959 


Gary Collins 


14-350 


4 


99 


55 


487 


5 




960 


Gary Collins 


30-404 


4 


203 


121 


1,324 


4 


^t^0jM 


901 


Gary Collins 


30-428 


4 


222 


108 


1,165 


10 


^R% A 


962 


Tom Brown 


47-557 


4 


162 


73 
65 


809 
763 


5 
3 


XJI m " 


1963 
1964 


DarrylHill 

Dick Absher 


43-516 
22-268 


7 


135 


Dick Absher 


1 


195 


102 


1,499 


17 




1965 


Dick Absher 


33-382 


1 


123 


54 


669 


1 




1966 
1967 


Billy Van Heusen 
Rick Carlson 


25-536 
24-309 


7 


172 


81 


1,053 


6 


^^SjS&fc 


l 


114 


47 


716 


3 


HfJ Bp'' ,. tM \Uffl 


1968 


Bernard Demczuk 


23-215 





175 


75 


836 


3 


(f ; »«f 


1969 


Roland Merritt 


19-499 


1 


204 


107 


1,275 


10 


1 v F 


1970 


Don Ratliff 


26-242 





170 


98 


1,251 


7 


4h 


1971 


Dan Bungori 


32-490 


8 


92 


51 


554 


4 


J I ■■ 




Dennis O'Hara 


32-423 


i 




12 


1,648 


7 




-"'" ^ ^s 


1972 


Don Ratliff 


36-515 


(-, 


189 




YLW»tTK 




158 


90 
81 
83 


1,190 
1,145 


8 

1 | 


hp 


1973 
1974 


Frank Russell 
Frank Russell 


39-468 
31-404 


3 


139 
135 




^^^^^^H 





1,351 


3 


Bob Avellini 


1975 


Kim Hoover 


38-532 


5 












976 


Charlie White- 


23-402 


4 


192 


105 


1,388 


4 














75 


897 


5 




977 


Eugene Kinney 


32-505 





154 


- 












-^ 


1978 


Dean Richards 


35-575 


1 


140 


71 


928 


5 


a^%, 


1979 


Ian Carinci 


30-275 


1 


242 


122 


1,635 


9 


w- -Nl 


1980 


Chris Havenei 


29-43h 


3 


314 


176 


2,302 


18 


f ^ • 


1981 


lohn 1 ice 


31-353 


4 


294 


163 


2,322 


15 


J ^ r 


982 


[ohn Tice 


34-396 


1 


169 


108 


1,446 


9 


i 


983 


Russell 1 '.u is 


29-465 


1 


311 


166 


2,475 


15 


V 


9S4 


( Ireg Hill 


51-820 


4 


353 


196 


2,725 


15 




1985 


Azizuddin 






287 


157 
160 


1,835 
1 ,973 


9 
12 


1 


986 


Abdur-Ra'ooi 

lames Milling 


15-671 

' ii 


1 


26; 


Mike Tice 


6 


2S0 


156 


2,103 


10 




9*7 


Bren 1 owei j 


14-252 


2 


118 


225 
142 


1, i89 
1,499 


10 
6 




9S.S 
989 


Vernon Ionics 
Bai i ) lohnson 


»9 i 13 
13 689 


2 


291 




6 


182 


286 


3,392 


17 


ST. y ^ f 't 


990 


Frank Wycheck 


... 109 


1 


131 


279 


3,499 


26 


T-^, *?\ 


1991 


I rank Wycheck 


15 138 


1 


533 


229 


2,394 


20 


992 


Marcus Badgett 


75-1,240 


9 


166 


98 


1,193 


8 




993 


lermaine 1 ewis 


52-957 


7 


173 




1,127 


7 


^x^y 


994 


( lerO) Simon 




i 


255 


154 


1,760 


10 


m vw 


99 

990 


[ermaine 1 ewis 
i !eroj Simon 


1 


i 
) 












IkA 




Moises i in/ 




1 






Scott Zolak 



112 



Yearly Leaders 



KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE 



i niiiiiiiiiini 2 returns 



Year 


Player 


No.-Yds 


Avg. 


I'M 


1 ii i lambino 


1 1 


2 1.4 


I'MS 


|oh ii Baroni 


- 1 1 


"i 1 


1414 


Hob Shemonski 


. i (6 


27.1 


1950 


Bob Shemonski 


in ' i9 


' i.9 


1951 


1 d l ullerton 


3-51 


17.0 


1952 


Dick Nolan 


6 1811 


ion 


1453 


Bernie Falonej 


2 1 16 


i8.0 


1954 


1 low ie 1 )are 


2-77 


58.5 


1455 


Frank Tamburello 


2-78 


14.11 


1 456 


Ted Kershner 


9-161 


17.4 


1457 


1 low ic 1 )are 


6 164 


1 1.0 


1958 


Bob Gallaghei 


5-113 


22.6 


1454 


I'dward 1 lekhcr 


8-155 


19.3 


1960 


1 (ennis i londie 


10-352 


35.2 


1961 


NA 






1962 


lom Brown 


II 28 1 


25.8 


1963 


Darryl lliil 


13-317 


24.4 


1964 


Ken Ambrusko 


4-280 


51.1 


14(^3 


Gary Collins 


10-270 


27.0 


1 466 


Billy Van 1 leusen 


8-173 


21.6 


1467 


Paul Fitzpatrick 


3-59 


19.7 


1468 


lohn King 


17-382 


22.5 




Ken 1 )utton 


8-180 


22.3 


1464 


lohn King 


10-267 


26.7 


1470 


1 any Marshall 


21-469 


22.3 


1471 


1 arry Marshall 


22-587 


26.7 


1972 


famie Franklin 


1 1 -234 


21.7 


1473 


Louis Carter 


14-312 


22.3 


1974 


Louis Carter 


11-286 


26.0 


1975 


Ricky [ennings 


8-247 


37.1 


1976 


Kenny Roy 


\2-252 


21.0 


1977 


Don Dotter 


7-187 


26.7 


1978 


Steve Atkins 


8 228 


28.3 


1474 


Charlie Wysocki 


7-96 


13.7 


1980 


Sam lohnson 


5-189 


37.8 


1481 


Timmy Quander 


5-184 


56.8 


1482 


Timmy Quander 


23-530 


23.0 


1983 


Tommy Neal 


15-331 


22.1 


1984 


Keeta Covington 


23-479 


19.2 


1485 


Keeta ( o\ ington 


24-556 


23.2 


1 986 


Keeta Covington 


23-485 


21.1 


1987 


Mike Beasley 


14-296 


21.1 


1988 


Ricky lohnson 


17-388 


22.8 


1989 


Bren Lowery 


14-334 


23.4 


1990 


Mark Mason 


11-254 


23.1 


1441 


Doug Lawrence 


12-245 


20.4 


1992 


lermaine Lewis 


10-268 


26.8 


1993 


Allen Williams 


30-62 1 


20.7 


1444 


lermaine Stewart 


22-410 


1 8.6 


1445 


Chad Scott 


26-549 


21.1 


1446 


Harold Westle) 


4-96 


24.0 


1447 


Lewis Sanders 


19-460 


24.2 




PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 



I minimum 2 returns) 



Lloyd Burruss led the Terps in punt 
returns (25) in 1978. 




Timmy Quander paced Maryland in 
kickoff return average in 1981 and '82. 



Year 


Player 


1947 


1 lubert Wei net 


1948 


lohn Id/ik 


1949 


Inn I ,i Rue 


1 450 


loe Petruzzo 


1951 


Bernie Falone) 


19 i ! 


Bernie 1 alone) 




Dick Nolan 


1454 


Ron Waller 


1955 


1 tick Burgee 


1436 


led Kershner 


1437 


I low ie Dare 


1958 


Boh Ruse\ 1 \ .mi 


1454 


Gene Verardi 


1 460 


lini Davidson 


1 96 1 


Tom Blow n 


1462 


Ken Anihi usko 


1463 


( ..ii \ Millei 


1964 


Richard Nye 


1965 


Ken Ambrusko 


1966 


Bohlw ( ollins 


1967 


Boh Haley 


1968 


Tony Greene 


1 464 


1 arry Marshall 


1470 


Larry Marshall 


1971 


Larry Marshall 


1972 


Pat Ulam 


1473 


Ken Schroy 


1474 


Ken Schroy 


1473 


|im Brechhiel 


1976 


Dean Richards 


1977 


Dean Richards 


1978 


Llovd Burruss 


1979 


Sam lohnson 


1980 


Steve Trimble 


1981 


Mike Lewis 


1482 


Mike Lewis 


1983 


Rick Badanjek 


1984 


Keeta Covington 


1483 


Keeta Covington 


1486 


Mike Anderson 


1987 


Mike Anderson 


1988 


Bren Lowery 


1989 


Bren Lowery 


1990 


Mike Hopson 


1991 


Mike Hopson 


1442 


Richie Harris 


1993 


Orlando Strozier 


1444 


lermaine Lewis 


1445 


lermaine Lewis 


1 446 


Andreal lohnson 


1447 


Keon Russell 



No.-Yds 


Avg. 


6 118 


19 . 


10-137 


13.7 


8-138 


17.1 


13-276 


21.2 


2-18 


9.0 


8-109 


13.6 


6 1 .ii 




I 199 


I . 1 


3 37 


12.3 


4 41 


1.6 


Hi 49 


1 9 


3-25 


8.3 


5-61 


12.2 


16-169 


10.6 


8 I'M 


22.1 


4-167 


13.5 


2-25 


12.5 


3-45 


15.0 


2-27 


18.6 


18-160 


8.8 


8-125 


15.6 


3-21 


7.0 


4-89 


12.2 


28-192 


6.8 


35-375 


10.7 


1 11 


14.7 


10-108 


10.8 


11-206 


18.7 


19-206 


10.8 


11-94 


8.6 


32-192 


6.0 


25-169 


6.8 


12-135 


11.3 


22-164 


7.5 


24-151 


6.3 


7-48 


6.9 


20-223 


1 1.2 


26-274 


10.5 


16-103 


6.4 


8-124 


15.5 


8-54 


6.8 


17-121 


7.1 


21-213 


10.1 


34-240 


7.1 


17-116 


6.8 


30-154 


5.1 


13-132 


10.2 


9-72 


8.2 


12-152 


12.7 


2-51 


15.5 


6-66 


11.0 



113 



Yearly Leaders 



INTERCEPTIONS 


Year 


Player 


1947 


John Idzik 


1948 


John Idzik 


1949 


lim La Rue 


1930 


Bob Shemonski 


1951 


Joe Horning 


1952 


Bernie Faloney 




Dick Nolan 


1953 


Bernie Faloney 


1954 


Frank Tamburello 


1955 


Ed Vereb 




Dave Nusz 


1956 


Bob Rusevlyan 


1957 


Howie Dare 


1958 


Rod Breedlove 


1959 


Jim Joyce 




Victor Schwartz 




George Scott 




Jim Davidson 


1960 


Tom Brown 


1961 


Tom Brown 


1902 


Tom Brown 


1963 


Ernie Arizzi 


1964 


Bob Sullivan 


1965 


Bob Sullivan 


1966 


John Hetrick 


1967 


Wally Stainaker 


1968 


Wallv Stainaker 


1 469 


Tony Greene 


1970 


Ted Steiner 




Leonard Massie 




Tony Greene 


1971 


Larry Marshall 


1972 


Bob Smith 


1973 


lim Brechbiel 


1974 


lim Brechbiel 


1975 


Kenny Roy 


1976 


John Stanford 




Kenny Roy 


1977 


Llovd Burruss 


1978 


Lloyd Burruss 


1 474 


Ralph Lary 


1980 


Llovd Burruss 




I [oward Eubanks 


1981 


Lendell Jones 




Howard Eubanks 


1982 


Lendell [ones 


14, S3 


Clarence Baldwin 


[984 


Eric Wilson 




Chuck 1 aucette 


1985 


Keeta < ovington 


1 986 


Chuck Fau( ette 




( had Sydnor 


[987 


|.B. Brown 



No.-Yds 

5-26 
4-16 

5-103 
4-40 

6-147 
3-90 
3-13 
6-67 

4-140 
4-38 
4-31 
3-15 
4-20 
5-68 
2-27 
2-27 
2-16 
2-21 
3-58 
8-95 

6-122 

4-98 

3-0 

10-61 
4-28 

4-167 
5-71 
5-10 
2-51 
2-16 
2-22 

6-131 
7-24 
5-51 
4-55 
4-17 
4-55 
4-11 
3-94 
3-45 

7-102 

3-34 

3-8 

4-15 

4-5 

7-48 

7-5 

2-30 

2-11 

6-94 

3-25 

! is 

I "I 




Bob Sullivan led the nation in inter- 
ceptions in 1965 when he picked off a 
school record 10 passes. 




1988 


lrvin Smith 




J.B. Brown 




Glenn Page 




Matt D'Amico 


1989 


Eddie Tomlin 




Michael Hollis 


1990 


Michael Hollis 


1991 


Andre Vaughn 


1992 


Mike Jarmolowich 




Scott Rosen 




Gene Green 


1993 


Orlando Strozier 


1994 


Wade Inge 


1995 


Andreal Johnson 


1996 


Chad Scott 


1997 


Lewis Sanders 



TACKLES 



Year 


Player 


1969 


lohn Dyer 


1970 


Peter Mattia 


1971 


NA 


1972 


NA 


1973 


NA 


1974 


Harry Walters 


1975 


Kevin Benson 


1976 


Brad Carr 


1977 


Ted Klaube 


1978 


Neal Olkewicz 


1979 


Brian Matera 


1980 


foe Wilkins 


1 98 1 


Mike Muller 


1982 


Joe Wilkins 


1983 


Eric Wilson 


1984 


Eric Wilson 


1985 


Chuck Faucette 


1986 


Ghuck Faucette 


1987 


Kevin Walker 


1988 


Scott Savior 


1 989 


Glenn Page 


1990 


Glenn Page- 


1 99 1 


Mike farmolowich 


1992 


Mike Jarmolowich 


1443 


Ratcliff Thomas 


1 494 


Ratcliff Thomas 


L995 


Ratcliff Thomas 


1 996 


Eric Barton 


1 997 


Kendall Ogle 



2-86 

2-22 

2-22 

2-18 

3-120 

3-16 

3-0 

2-30 

2-24 

2-2 

2-1 

4-63 

3-27 

6-46 

5-14 

4-99 



No. 

99 
113 



173 
149 

157 
186 
188 
159 
131 
107 
1 19 
178 
160 
144 
151 
172 
119 
111 
102 
153 
1 10 

106 

137 
103 
106 
138 



Chad Scott led the Terps and ranked 
No. 2 in the ACC with five intercep- 
tions in 1996. 



114 



Maryland Honors 






115 



O O T B A L L 



Honors 



Ail-Americans 




Bob Ward 




Dick Modzelewski 




Jack Scarbath 




Stan Jones 




CONSENSUS SELECTIONS 


1951 Bob Ward G 


1961 


Gary Collins 


E 


1952 Dick Modzelewski T 


1974 


Randy White 


DT 


Jack Scarbath QB 


1976 


Joe Campbell 


DT 


1953 Stan Jones T 


1979 


Dale Castro 


PK 


1955 Bob Pellegrini C 


1985 


J.D. Maarleveld 


OT 



FIRST & SECOND TEAM SELECTIONS 



Associated Press 

First Team 

G 

G 

QB 

T 

T 

C 

DT 

DT 



E 

FB 

T 

T 

FB 

QB 

E 

E 

DT 

LB 



1950 


Bob Ward 


1951 


Bob Ward 


1952 


Jack Scarbath 




Dick Modzelewski 


1953 


Stan Jones 


1953 


Bob Pellegrini 


1973 


Randy White 


1974 


Randy White 


Secon 


d Team 


1923 


Bill Supplee 


1928 


Gerald Snyder 


1949 


Ray Krouse 


1951 


Dick Modzelewski 




Ed Modzelewski 


1953 


Bernie Falone) 


1954 


Bill Walker 


1961 


Gary Collins 


1976 


Joe Campbell 


1984 


Eric Wilson 



The Sporting News 



First Team 

1951 Bob Ward 

1952 Jack Scarbath 
Dick Modzelewski 

1953 Stan Jones 
bernie Ealoney 

1955 Bob Pellegrini 
Mike Sandusky 

1974 Randy White 

sieve Mike-Mayer 

1976 Joe ( anipbell 

1979 Dale ( astro 

1984 Kevin Glover 

1985 J.D. Maarleveld 

Second Team 
1983 Boomer Bsiason 
Ron Soli 

American Football 
Coaches Association 



Bob Pellegrini 



First Team 
1961 Gary Collins 
1973 PaulVellano 
19 i Rand) White 

19 6 [i >( i ampbi II 

14). Maarleveld 



G 

QB 

T 

T 

QB 

C 

T 

DT 

PK 

DT 

PK 

C 

OT 



QB 
OG 



I 

IK, 

DT 

Dl 
oi 



UPI 



First Team 

1951 Bob Ward 

1952 Jack Scarbath 
Dick Modzelewski 

1953 Stan Jones 
1955 Bob Pellegrini 
19bl Gary Collins 
1974 Randy White 
1979 Dale Castro 
1985 J.D. Maarleveld 

Second Team 



1950 
1951 
1953 
1955 

1973 
1976 



Bob Ward 
Ed Modzelewski 
Bernie Faloney 
Mike Sandusky 
Bill Walker 
Paul Vellano 
Joe Campbell 



Football Writers Association 

First Team 



1961 

1974 
1976 
1979 



Gary Collins 
Randy White 

Joe Campbell 

Dale (astro 



Football News 



First Team 

1984 Eric Wilson LB 

Second Team 

1995 Stephen Ingram OT 

International News Service 

First Team 

1951 
1952 



1953 



1955 



Bob Ward 
lack Scarbath 
Dick Modzelewski 
Stan [ones 
Bernie Faloney 
bob Pellegrini 



Second Team 

( net Hanulak 
1955 EdVereb 



t, 
QB 

T 

I 
QB 

C 

lib 
Mb 




Gary Collins 




Randy White 





f 6£& 

1 - HMMj 


fcj 




wff ^H 






1 " 

3 «3. 


K 




rs. -CvMH 




■ 





G 

FB 

QB 

T 

E 

OG 

DT 



E Joe Campbell 
DT 

DT 
PK 




Dale Castro 




116 



Honors 



Honorable Mention AP & UPI All-Americans 





less Krajcovic 


(, 






( h.it lie- Wysocki 




193 1 






A 








1 B 




K.i\ Poppelman 


QB 


A 




S\ 








1 980 


1 loyd Burruss 


DB 


1934 


III Minion 


T 






Q 


*fiLWh 






M.iilin Van Horn 


DG 




Norwood Sothoron 


FB 


A 


^£k 


; 


*MBa 






Charli A ocki 


TB 




\ i( Willis 


1 




- V^^l 


' " t 


SD^ 






1982 


[ess Vtkinson 


PK 


1 935 


hill Guckeyson 


hi: 


4 


Ml "^^ ^T 


^^^ 


T*r 


>zir 1 






Mark Duda 


(V| 




Vic Willis 


E 






^ "" 


iwa 


W 3 I 5^'' 3? 






Boomer Esiason 


QB 


1 936 


Bill ( iuckeyson 


in; 












Dave Pacella 


i >l 


1937 


lim Meade 


HB 




■**v kl ^C 




~ , i: *M(«** r Mt _ 


1 




lohn Tice 


11 


1940 


Ralph Albarano 


T 


.«■ 


-£■ """v' 


M 








1983 


less Atkinson 


pi 




Bob Smith 


C 




>• A. \-A J? 








Clarence Baldwin 


DB 


1942 


Paul Flick 


c: 






UC> 


K 


H r J I 






Boomer Esiason 


QB 




lonnm Mont 


QB 




w ▼ 


Aft 


$1,* /&*& 


^1 




Pete Koch 


IM 


1947 


1 u ( lambino 
( lene Kinney 


MB 
C 




wl ' 




> 


1 


F^M 


mi 




Ron Soil 
Eric Wilson 


()(, 
! B 


1948 


Ray Krouse 


T 




tfe? . jJl V,!, 


, 


■ r 


if \ 1 i 


^U 


1984 


Rick Badanjek 


RB 




Elmer Wingate 


1 


'\m 


IB^^^t 


ff „ 


~~<-S 


- v M 






\l < ovington 


DB 


1950 

1951 


Ed Modzelewski 
Dave Cianelli 


1 B 
I B 














Ferrell Edmunds 
( Ihk 1, 1 aucette 


TE 

1 B 




Tom ( losgrove 


C 




jPP^ 


^p 


*Mflg »M|Sgfi| 






Kevin < Hover 


( 




[oe Petruzzo 


HB 


9 


■ 


; - .■?_! 


' 


■ - ^p^h 






dreg Hill 


WR 




[ack Scarbath 


QB 










.^S^H 


L 




Len Lynch 


i iG 


1952 


Stan [ones 


T 




**, 




f/gjjMf,, 


&*i^MSm£ 






Bruce Mesner 


DG 


1953 


Ralph Felton 


FB 


^^^^^ 


- — . 


" 








1985 


Rick Badanjek 


1 B 




Chet 1 [anulak 


HB 


Louis Carter, who led the Terps in rush 


ng from 1 972 through 74, was a two- 




Al Covington 


DB 




lohn h \ ine 


C 


time honorable mention All-American 










Keeta Covington 


DB 




Bob Morgan 


T 
















1 errell Edmunds 


TE 




Bill Walker 


E 


1959 


Rod Breedlove 


G 




Steve Mike-Mayer 


PK 




(Truck Faucette 


IB 


195-4 


Dick Bielski 


IB 




Gary Collins 


E 




Stan Rogers 


OT 




Len Lynch 


OG 




lack Bowersox 


G 




Tom Gunderman 


G 




Bob Smith 


DB 




|.D. Maarleveld 


OT 




lohn Irvine 


C 




lim foyce 


FB 




Harry Walters 


1 B 




Bruce Mesner 


DG 




George Palahunik 


G 




Kurt Schwarz 


T 




Walter White 


II 


1986 


Chuck Faucette 


LB 




Bob Pellegrini 


G 


I960 


Dale Betty 


QB 


1975 


Kevin Benson 


1 li 




Bruce Mesner 


DG 




Ronnie Waller 


HB 




Gary Collins 


E 




lim Brechbiel 


DB 




Keeta Covington 


DB 




Bill Walker 


1 


1961 


Bob Hacker 


C 




Paul Divito 


DG 




Ferrell Edmunds 


TE 


1955 


lack Davis 


G 


1962 


Tom Brown 


HB 




LeRoy Hughes 


DE 


1987 


1 ei rell Edmunds 


TE 




Ed 1 leuring 


T 




Walter Rock 


G 


1976 


Brad Carr 


LB 




Kevin Walker- 


LB 




Mike Sandusky 


T 




Dick Shiner 


QB 




Ed Fulton 


OG 


1988 


Matt D'Amico 


I B 




Frank Tamburello 


QB 




Roger Shoals 


T 




Mark Manges 


QB 




Ben Jefferson 


OT 


1956 


l iene Aldcrton 


C 


1965 


Bob Sullivan 


DB 




Ken Ren 


DB 




Dan Plocki 


PK 




laek I )avis 


G 


1969 


Ralph Sonntag 


OT 




Tom Schick 


OT 




Warren Powers 


DT 




Mike Sanduskv 


T 


1970 


Guy Roberts 


DE 




Larry Seder 


DG 




Scott Savior 


LB 


1957 


Gene Alderton 


C 


1972 


Bob Smith 


DB 


1977 


Ted Klaube 


DG 


1989 


Larry Webster 


DT 




Rod Breedlove 


G 




Paul Vellano 


DC 


1978 


Steve Atkins 


TB 


1990 


Barry lohnson 


M 




Ed Cooke 


E 


1973 


Louis Carter 


HB 




Lloyd Burruss 


DB 


1992 


Marcus Badgett 


SI 


1958 


Rod Breedlove 


G 




Bob Smith 


DB 




Charles lohnson 


DT 


1993 


Scott Milanovich 


p 




Fred Cole 


T 




Randy White 


DT 




Bruce Palmer 


DG 


1 994 


Stephen Ingram 


OT 




Ben Seotti 


E 


L974 


Louis Carter 


HB 


1979 


Larrv Stewart 


OT 


1993 


lermaine 1 ewis 


WR 



Outstanding Award Winners 



Walter Camp Memorial Trophy Heisman Trophy 



< Pldvcr of the Voir) 
1955 Bob Pellegrini 

Outland Trophy 
/ ineman oj the Year) 
1952 Dick Mod/eleu 
1974 Randy White 

Lombardi Trophy 
/ ineman oj the Yeai 
1974 Randy White 



(Outstanding Player) 

C 1952 lack Scarbath 
(runner-up) 

UPI Lineman of the Year 
iki T 1955 Bob Pellegrini 
DT 1974 Randy White 



QB 



DT 



National Coach of the Year 
I The Sporting News 
DT 1974 ferry Claiborne 



| Washington Touchdown Chi 


b) 


(Liberty Bowl) 




1982 Bobby Ross 




1974 Randy White 


DT 


Postseason MVP Honorees 




(Gator Bowl) 








1975 Steve Atkins 


RB 


(Blue-Gray Game) 








1971 Guv Roberts 


E 


(Sun Bowl) 




1986 Chuck Faucette 


LB 


1984 Rick Badanjek 


RB 


(Coaches All- America Game) 




(Cherry Bowl) 




1974 Louis Carter 


RB 


1984 Stan Gelbaugh 


QB 






Scott Schankweiler 


LB 



117 



Honors 



AII-ACC Selections 



ACWSAALL-ACC 



(Selected by the Atlantic Coast 
Sportswriters Association ) 



FIRST TEAM 



1953 Jack Bowersox, G 
Bernie Faloney, B 
Chester Hanulak, B 
Stan Jones, T 

1954 Dick Bielski, B 
Bill Walker, E 
Ronnie Waller, B 

1955 lack Davis, G 
Bob Pellegrini, C 
Mike Sandusky, T 
Ed Vereb, B 

1956 Jack Davis, G 
Mike Sandusky, T 

1957 Rod Breedlove, G 
Ed Cooke, E 

1960 Gary Collins, E 

1961 Gary Collins, E 
Bob Hacker, C 

1962 Tom Brown, B 
Walter Rock, G 
Dick Shiner, QB 

1963 Dick Shiner, QB 

1964 Jerry Fishman, G 

1965 Bob Sullivan, B 

1966 DickAbsher, E 

1969 Ralph Sonntag, T 

1970 Guy Roberts, E 

1971 Dan Bungori, E 

1972 Bob Smith, S 
Paul Vellano, DG 

1973 Louis Carter, RB 
Bob Smith, S 
Paul Vellano, DG 
Randy White, DT 

1974 Louis Carter, KB 
Steve Mike-Mayer, PK 
Stan Rogers, OT 

Bob Smith, S 
Harry Walters, LB 
Randy While, I )T 

1975 Kevin Benson, LB 
Jim Brechbiel, 15 
Joe Campbell, I >l 
Roy Hughes, l>l 



SPECIAL HONORS 


Player of the Year 


Jacob 


s Blocking Trophy 


1953 Bernie Faloney, B 


1955 


Bob Pellegrini, C 


1955 Bob Pellegrini, C 


1969 


Ralph Sonntag, G 


1974 Randy White, DT 


1982 


Dave Pacella, G 


Coach of the Year 


Brian Piccolo Award 


1953 limTatum 


1972 


Al Neville, QB 


1955 Jim Tatum 


1974 


David Visaggio, DG 


1973 Jerry Claiborne 


1984 


J.D. Maarleveld, OT 


1975 Jerry Claiborne 


1989 


Michael Anderson, RB 


1976 Jerry Claiborne 






1982 Bobby Ross 







1976 




1977 
1978 



1979 
1980 

1982 

1983 

1984 



1985 



1986 



1987 

1 988 

1 989 
1990 
1992 
[99 | 

1994 

1995 



loe Campbell, DT 
Brian Carr, LB 
Ed Fulton, OG 
Mark Manges, QB 
Ken Roy, DB 
Tom Schick, OT 
Ted Klaube, DG 
Lloyd Burruss, DB 
Charles Johnson, DT 
Bruce Palmer, DG 
Larry Stewart, OT 
Charlie Wysocki, TB 
Lloyd Burruss, DB 
Marlin Van Horn, DG 
Charlie Wysocki, TB 
Jess Atkinson, PK 
Mark Duda, DT 
Dave Pacella, OT 
Clarence Baldwin, DB 
Pete Koch, DT 
Ron Solt, OG 
Eric Wilson, LB 
Al Covington, S 
Kevin Glover, C 
Greg Hill, WR 
Bruce Mesner, DG 
Eric Wilson, LB 
Al Covington, S 
Keeta Covington, CB 
Chuck Faucette, LB 
Bruce Mesner, DG 
Keeta Covington, CB 
Chuck Faucette, I B 
Bruce Mesner, Dei 
Ferrell Edmunds, 1 
Kevin Walker, I B 
Pan Plocki.PK 
Warren Powers, DT 
Larry Webster, DT 
Barry Johnson, SE 
Marcus Badgett, SI 
Scott Milanovich, P 
Stephen Ingram, OT 
Jermaine I cu is, \\'R 



' . ... - .^■Tilr'i'-iiaiMMiiril 

Bernie Faloney was the ACC's inaugural Player of the Year in 1953. 



118 



Honors 



AII-ACC Selections 



SECOND TEAM 



1953 Ralph Felton, B 
Boh Morgan, T 
Bill Walker, I 

1954 fohn Irvine, C 
Bolt Pellegrini, G 

1955 Russell 1 >ennis, E 
Frank Tamburello, 15 
Bill Walker, 1 



1937 Gene Alderton, C 
1961 Roger Shoals, T 
Bill Kirchiro.T 

1963 Dick Shiner, QB 

1964 Olaf Drozdov, T 
Tom 1 [ickey, B 




End Bill Walker was a second team AII-ACC choice in 1953 before going on to 
second team All-America honors in 54 and '55. 



AP All ACC 


UPI AII-ACC 




Se/ei 


iJ b) Issoi iated Pn 


(Select 


edby UPI) 






FIRST TEAM ■ 


FIRST TEAM 






95 | 


Bernie Faloney, B 


1935 


Boh Pellegrini, C 






Ralph Felton, B 




Mil e Sandusky, 1 




(hot Hanulak, B 




I.I Vereb, B 




sum [ones, 1 




Bill Walker, 1 


1934 


Dick Bielski, B 


19 \6 


I.k 1 1 >avis, ( i 


1933 


Kick 1 'avis, < , 




Mike Sandusky, 1 




Boh Pellegrini, ( '. 


1957 


1 >l Cooke, 1 




Mike Sandusky, T 


1 958 


Ben Scotti, E 




Frank Tamburello, B 


I'H, ii 


< i.irv ( lollins, 1 




Ed Vereb, B 


1961 


Clary Collins, I 


1956 


Gene Alderton, C 


L962 


Walter Rock, G 




lack Davis, ( i 




Dick Shiner, QB 




Mike Sandusky, T 


1970 


Guy Roberts, DE 


1937 


Rod Breedlove, G 


1971 


Dan Bungori, 1 




Ed Cooke, E 


1972 


Bob Smith, DB 


1938 


Rod Breedlove, G 




Paul Vellano, DL 


1939 


Tom Gunderman, G 


1973 


Louis Carter, RB 




)im Joyce, B 




Bob Smith, DB 


I960 


( larv Collins, H 




Paul Vellano, DL 


1961 


( iary Collins, E 
Boh Hacker, C 




Randy White, Dl 


1 962 


Tom Brown, HB 
Walter Rock, G 


All-Southern Conference 










1 970 


Dick Shiner, QB 
Guy Roberts, DE 


FIRST TEAM 




1935 


Bill Guckeyson, B 




1971 


Dan Bungori, E 


1936 


Bill Guckeyson, B 


1972 


Bob Smith, DB 


1937 


Jim Meade, B 




Paul Vellano, DL 


1947 


Lu Gambino, B 


1973 


Louis Carter, RB 










1949 


Ray Krouse, T 




Bob Smith, DB 










I9-.0 


Elmer Wingate, E 




Paul Vellano, DL 


1951 


Ed Modzelewski, B 




Randy White, DT 










1952 


Stan Jones, T 



119 



Team Awards 



Honors 



Alvin L. Aubinoe Trophy 



Bob Beall, Tommy Marcos Trophy 



(to the 

1956 

1957 
1958 
1959 
1 960 
1961 
1962 
1963 

141,4 

1965 

1400 

1967 
1968 

1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 

19X0 
1981 
19S2 



1983 
19X4 
1985 
1986 
1987 



1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1997 



unsung hero of the season) 

Al Wharton - Tackle 

Wilbur Main - Center 

Ted Kershner - Back 

foe I i.irdi - Tackle 

Leroy Dietrich - Center 

Dick Barlund - End 

Murnis Banner - Halfback 

George Stem - Halfback 

lohn Kenny - End 

Charles Krahling - Center 

Bobb) Collins - Back 

Pat Baker - Back 

Kkl i arlson - End 

Paul Fitzpatrick - Back 

Robert |. MacBride - Tackle 

left Shugars - Quarterback 

Ron Kecman - Center 

ken Scott - Tackle 

Frank Russell - End 

lim Richey - Tackle 

Bob Raba - End 

Don Rhodes - Center 

Mike Simon - Center 

Richard Cummins - Guard 

Scott Fan/: - Tackle 

[odd Wright - ( lenter 

Frank Kolencik - Defensive ( iuard 

lohn Nash - Back 

Doug Miller - Center 

Tyrone Furman - (iuard 

Bill Rogers - Tight End 

George Colton - Guard 

Scan Sullivan - End 

Robert Klein - Guard 

scan Scott - Linebacker 

Matt D'Amico - Linebacker 

Dan Plocki - Kicker 

1 Jean ( ueen - Wide Receiver 

I long Stump - Running Back 

Greg Hines - Linebacker 

Dan Prunzik - Wide Receiver 

Russ Weaver - Wide Receiver 

David Hack - Guard 

Eric Hicks - I tefensive End 



joe f.blair Award 



(to the "unsung hero" of the season) 
1995 Kevin Plank - Back 

Anthony (. Nardo Memorial Trophy 

(to the best football lineman 
of the year) 

I'M; PatMcCart) Guard 
1948 I lene Kinnej - Tackle 

1950 Bob Ward Guard 

1951 Bob Ward - Guard 
William Maletzk) Guard 

1953 sian lones - Tackle 

1954 Bob Pellegrini Guard 

1955 MikeSandusk) lackl 
\l Wharton feci I. 

l ion Heal) rackle 
FredCole rackle 
9 »9 l"iii i lunderman - Guard 
ollins End 

1961 Bill Kirchiro [ackli 

1962 Dave I mssan rackle 
01afDrozdo\ Fad 

1964 Fred loyce ( luard 

Did Vbshei I nd 
1966 I I i,4 

[mi I avruslc) I im 

Ron Pearson End 
1969 Peter Mattia , 



(to the best football lineman of the year) 


1970 


Guy M. Roberts - End 


1971 


Dennis O'Hara - End 


1972 


Paul Vellano - Guard 


1973 


Randv White - Tackle 


1974 


Randy White • Tackle 


1980 


Eric Stevens - Tight End 


1981 


Dave Pacella - Tackle 


1982 


Dave Pacella - Tackle 


1983 


Ron Solt - Guard 


1984 


Kevin Glover - Center 


1985 


1 D. Maarleveld -Tackle 


1 986 


Billy Hughes - Center 


1987 


Billy Hughes - Center 


1 9XX 


Mark Agent - Center 


1 9X9 


Mike Kiselak - Guard 


194(1 


i larence lones - Tackle 


1 44 | 


Mitch Suplee - Center 


1942 


Steve Ingram - Tackle 


1993 


Steve Ingram - Tackle 


1 444 


Steve Ingram - Tackle 


1493 


lohnnie Hicks - Tackle 


Ray Krouse Memorial Award 



(to the most valuable senior) 

1472 Ron Kecman - Center 

1974 Randy White - Defensive Tackle 

1975 John Schultz - Wingback 

1976 Tim Wilson - Fullback 

1977 Ted Klaube - Guard 

1978 Neal Olkewicz - Linebacker 



1968 Billy Lovett - Fullback 

1969 Kenneth B. Dutton - Back 

1970 Peter Mattia - Tackle 

1971 Tommy Miller - Back 

1972 DonRatliff-End 

1973 Paul Vellano - Guard 

1974 Randy White -Tackle 

1975 LeRoy Hughes - End 

1976 Rob Raba'- End 

1977 Brad Carr - Linebacker 

1978 Dean Richards - End 

1979 lames Shaffer - End 

1980 Lloyd Burruss - Halfback 

1981 Charlie Wysocki - Tailback 

1982 Mike Corvino - Defensive Guard 

1983 Boomer Esiason - Quarterback 

1 984 Eric Wilson - Linebacker 

1985 Rick Badanjek - Fullback 

1986 Chuck Faucette - Linebacker 

1987 Ferrell Edmunds - Tight End 

1988 Dan Plocki- Kicker 

1989 Mark Agent - Center 

1990 Barry lohnson - Wide Receiver 

1991 Larry Webster - Defensive Tackle 

1992 Mike larmolowich - Linebacker 

1993 Mark Mason - Running Back 

1994 Steve Ingram - Offensive Tackle 

1995 lermaine Lewis - Wide Receiver 
1997 Buddv Rodgers - Running Back 

Terps Honored by the M Club 
A.V.Williams Award 



James "Jim" Tatum Memorial Award 



1474 


Brian Mafera - Linebacker 


(outstanding and conspicuous 


14X0 


Llovd Burruss - Defensive 


sportsmanship) 




Halfback 


1955 


Ronnie Waller 


1981 


Greg Vanderhout - Defensive 


1950 


Lynn Beightol 




Guard 




lack Davis 


1982 


lohn Tice - Tight End 


1957 


Howard B. Dare, Jr. 


19X3 


Boomer Esiason - Quarterback 


1958 


Bob Ruse\ \ Ian 


19X4 


Eric Wilson - Linebacker 


1959 


Allen I. Bunge 


1985 


Stan Gelbaugh - Quarterback 


1960 


Dale Bcin 


1986 


Chuck Faucette - Linebacker 


1401 


Donald Brown 


1987 


Kevin Walker - Linebacker 


1402 


Clayton A. Beardmore 


1988 


Dan Plocki - Kicker 


1405 


Samuel G. Bossert 


1 989 


Neil O'Donnell - Quarterback 


1404 


Robert 1. Kopnisky 




Scott Saylor - Linebacker 


1405 


Donald Dunphy 


1441) 


Scott Zolak - Quarterback 


1400 


Frank Costello 


1 44 | 


Larry Webster - Defensive Fackle 


1407 


Robert C. Karch 


1442 


Marcus Badgett - Wide Receiver 


1 968 


Roland E. Merritt 


1993 


1909 


David C. Reiss 


1 444 


Steve Ingram - Tackle 


1970 


lohn Baker 


1445 


lermaine Lewis - Wide Receiver 


1971 


lames F. Norris 


144 7 


Brian Cummings - Quarterback 


1972 


Vince L. Struble 






1973 


Albert A. Neville 


The Teke Trophy 


1974 
1975 


Tyrone Neal 
LeRoy D. Hughes 
Bob W. Raba 


(to the student who during his four years 


1970 


at the 


university has rendered the 




Eugene 1 t )chap 


greatest service to football) 


1977 


Bradle) S.( arl 


(Became the Terrapin Club Award in 1975) 


1978 


Dean Richards 


1444 


lohn Idzik - Back 


1 979 


lames K Shaffer 


1950 


lohn Idzik Back 


1980 


lik 5 Sievers 


1451 


Bob Ward Guard 


19X1 


Brian 1 Riendeau 


1952 


Id Fullerton Back 


1 4X2 


David W. Pacella 


1953 


Bei nie I done) Back 




Boomer l siason 


1954 


John Irvine ( . ntei 


14X4 


Ilk W Wilson 


195 - 


Bob Pellegrini < enter 


1985 


Scott B, Schankweiler 


1956 


Mike Sandusky Cackle 


14X0 


1 ewis 1 Askew. Ir. 


19 


Gene Alderton 1 entei 


198 


Robi ii Klein 




BobRusevlyan Bad 


1 4XX 


i had Sydnor 


[959 


Kurt S( lm.it/ Fackle 


1 4X4 


'.nil l owei 1 


1400 


Vincent Scotl End 


1990 


ban \ lohnson 


14,,| 


i lai | ( ollins End 


1991 


l ubo /i/.ikiu i( 


1962 


Inm Brown 1 lalfback 




Ed Regan 


1963 


Bu i Halfback 


1994 


' i lolobetz 


I4i,| 


01afDrozdo\ Fackle 


1995 


Mike Settles 


1965 


George Stem Back 


[99 


Pal Ward 


1 966 


1 lick Absher End 






196 


lou Stukel Back 







(lineman of the year) 


1959 


Kurt A. Schwartz 


1900 


Thomas E. Sankovich 


1901 


Bill Kirchiro 


1902 


1 »a\ id H. Crossan 


1963 


i Hal A. Drozdov 


1904 


Larry Bagranoff 


1965 


Larry Bagranoff 


1906 


Thomas I. Cichowski 


1967 


Tom Mvslinski 


1968 


Thomas A. Plevin 


1404 


Peter A. Mattia 


1970 


Peter A. Mattia 


1971 


i ,ii\ Roberts 


1972 


Paul E. Vellano 


1973 


Randy L. White 


1974 


Randv L. White 


1975 


Marion Koprowski 




Paul I. Divito 


1970 


Joseph P. Campbell 


1977 


Theodore I. Klaube 


1978 


Charles A. lohnson 


1979 


Kervin D.Wyatt 


1980 


Edward |. Gall. Ir. 


1981 


Gregory A. Vanderhout 


1982 


Mark D. Duda 


1983 


Ronald M. Solt 


1984 


Kc\ in P. i Hover 


1985 


Leonard A. Lynch 


1980 


Bruce M. Mesner 


1987 


Robert Arnold 


1988 


Warren Powers 


1989 


Mike Kiselak 


1990 


lack Bradford 




Rick Fleece 


1991 


Larry Webster 


1992 


Steve Ingram 


1993 


Steve Ingram 


1994 


Steve Ingram 


1995 


lohnnie Hicks 


1997 


lohn Feugill 


George C.Cook Memorial Award 



(highest academic average) 

14o2 Don Wlule - Quarterback 

1903 David D. Nardo - End 

1904 David D.Nardo - End 
1965 Bruce Springer - Back 
1900 I arrv Bagranoff Tackle 
1907 Charles line Fackle 
1968 Ralph H. Friedgen Guard 
1909 Ralph II. Friedgen Guard 

William L. Grant - End 

1970 Partick Burke Guard 

1971 Stephen D. Fromang Fackle 
1472 Stephen D. Fromang Fackle 

1973 lames I, Marlell End 

1974 \llvii \ Neville End 

1975 KimR.Hoovei End 

1970 lon.iili.in l < laiborne Safer) 

1977 lonathan I ( laiborne Safer) 

1978 Joseph M. Mufflei Defensivi I nd 

1979 Ralph 1 I an 111 Safet) 
I'lxn Ralph 1 I. in 111 Safet) 
l'i.M MarkSobel End 

14X2 Gregor) I Harraka Center 

1983 Gregor) i Harral a < i ntei 

14x4 Gregory I I larraka ( 

1985 Dolph \l luk.iu/\k fight I ml 

1986 Richard D Shure Fullback 
I4,x7 Richard D Mime Fullback 

1988 [ohnRugg I 

1989 Marl Vgi nl i 

1990 KenOberli Guard 

1991 Mitch Suplee ( cum 
1492 Dave Marrone 1 inebacker 

Wood Linebackei 

1994 Holobi ' right End 

199 Kenlvlle Kidtei 

Ryan Rezzelle rackle 



120 



Coaches' Awards 



Honors 



Offensive Back 



Offensive Lineman 



Defensive Back 



Defensive Lineman 



[952 Chester Hanulak-HB 

1953 Ralph Felton I B 

1954 RonWaller-HB 
i".. EdVereb-HB 

i" i6 I red Hamilton HB 

[95 Bob Rusevlyan QB 

1958 Bob Rusevlyan-QB 

[959 limJoyce-FB 

I960 Dale Bert) QB 

196) Dick Shiner-QB 

1%: [bmBrown-HB 

[963 Dick Shiner 111! 

1964 romHickey-HB 

1965 Walt Marciniak-HB 
[966 \l.ui Pastrana-QB 
[967 Bill) Lovett I B 

1968 Billy Lovett-FB 

1969 romMiller-FB 
19 \n Seymore-HB 

1971 AINeville-QB 

1972 Bob Avellini-QB 
[973 Louis Carter-TB 
1974 Louis ( arter-TB 
19 i John Schultz-WB 
1976 MarkManges-QB 

[977 Larry Dick-QB 
George Scott-HB 

1978 Steve Atkins-TB 

1979 Charlie Wysocki-TB 
[980 Charlie Wysocki-TB 

1981 Boomer Esiason-QB 

1982 Boomer Esiason-QB 
Willie loyner-RB 

1983 Willie foyner-RB 
[984 Rick Badanjak-FB 

1985 Rick Badanjek-FB 

1986 Tommy Neal-RB 

1987 Bren Lowery-RB 

1988 Ricky Johnson-TB 

1989 Ricky Johnson-TB 

1990 Scott Zolak-QB 

1991 TroyJackson-RB 

1992 John Kaleo-QB 

1993 Jermaine Lewis-WR 

1994 Allen Williams-RB 

1995 Buddy Rodgers-RB 

Dr.JohnE. Faber Award 



[992 

1993 
1994 



lohn Kaleo-QB 
Scott Milanovich-QB 
lamie Brasg-C/DT 



Outstanding Specialist 



1 988 
1989 

I 991 1 
1991 
1992 
199;, 



Rick) lohnson-TB 
Rickv lohnson-TB 
Scott Zolak-QB 
Troy lackson-RB 
lohn Kaleo-QB 
lermaine Lewis- Vt K 



Tom ( osgrove i 
Mart) ( rytzer I 
l.u I Bowersox < ! 
Russell 1 lennis I 
\l Wharton I 
[bin i lunderman G 
I red ( ole I 
loin t lunderman-G 
Hob Hackei C 
Rogei shoals I 
Roger Shoals I 
( lene 1 eher-C 
foe Frattaroli ( i 
Matt Arbutina I 
Tom ( lichowski- 1 
Ron Pearson-G 
Bill Meistei G 
Bill Meister-G 
Pat Burke-G 
Tim Brannon-G 
I im Brannon < i 
Barl Purvis-* ■ 
Stan Rogers-G 
Marion Koprowski-T 
Ed Fulton-G 
Tom Schick-T 
Mike Yeates-G 

Eric Sievers-TE 
Kerwin Wyatt-G 
Kerwin Wyatt-G 
Eric Siever-TE 
DavePacella I 
Dave Pacella-T 

Ron Solt-G 
Kevin Glover-C 
J.D. Maarleveld-T 
Billy Hu«hes-C 
Billy Hughes-C 

Mark Agent-C 
Mike Kiselak-G 
Clarence lones-T 
Mitch Suplee-C 
Steve Ingram-OT 
Steve Ingram-OT 
Steve Ingram-OT 
Darryl Gilliam-OT 

1997 Award Winners 



Id Fullerton-HB 
Diek Nolan I IB 
[oe I lorning-1 IB 
Lynn Beightol QB 
Bob Rusevlyan-QB 
Bob l a) Mi.iii-I IB 
[im [oyce I B 
Dwayne I letcher HB 
Inn I lavidson I IB 
lorn Blown I IB 
loeHrezo I B 
Ernie Arizzi HB 
Bob Sullivan-HB 
I red ( ooper-1 IB 
Lou Stickel I IB 
Bob< olbert-HB 
Kenny Dutton I IB 
Tony Greene s 
Tonv Greene S 
I an v Marshall-HB 
Bob Smith-S 
Harr) Walters-HB 
Mam Walters-HB 
Kevin Benson-LB 
Brad Carr-LB 

Brad Carr-LB 

Neal OIkewicz-LB 



Brian Matera-LB 
Lloyd Burruss-HB 
Darnell Dailey-LB 



Clarence Baldwin-HB 
Al Covington-S 
Al Covington-S 
Keeta Covington-CB 
('had Sydnor-CB 
(had Sydnor-CB 
Eddie Tomlin-S 
Glenn Page- LB 
Mike larmolowich-LB 
Scott Rosen-DB 
Orlando Strozier-DB 
Andrea] lohnson-CB 
Chad Scott-CB 



[ohn Alderman-E 
Bob Morgan 1 
Tom Mel nckie ( ■ 
Mike Sandusl \ I 
Mike Sandusl \ I 
Rod Breedlove < . 
Ben Scotti-E 
Rod Breedlo ' 
loin Sankovich-T 
Dave Crossan I 
Walter Rock-G 
[oe Ferrante-G 
01afDrozdo\ I 
I arry Bagranoff-1 
[im Lavrusl ) LB 
Mike Grace-! i 
1 [enry ( !areis-l 
Petei Matlia I 
Guy Roberts I 
(Tins Cowdrey-E 
PaulVellano 1 1 
Randy White-! 
Randy White I 
Paul Divito G 
loe ( amphell I 

led Klaube-G 

Charles [ohnson-T 

Bruce Palmer-G 
James Shaffer- E 
Ed Gall -T 
Greg Vanderhout-G 



PeteKoch-G 
Bruce Mesnei 1 1 
Bruce Mesner-G 
Ted Chapman-T 

Warren Powers-DT 
Larry Webster-DT 
Rick Fleece-G 
Larry Webster-DT 
Darren Drozdov-DT 
Jaime Flores-DE 
Jamie Bragg IM 
Johnnie Hicks-DI 



Top Special Teams Performer 



Ray Krouse Award — Brian Cummings, Sr., QB 

Offensive MVP — Brian Cummings, Sr., QB 

Defensive MVP — Eric Barton, Jr., LB 

Freshman of the Year — LaMont Jordan, TB; Ben Thomas, OL 

Top Special Teams Performer — Lewis Sanders, So., FS 

A.V. Williams Award — Pat Ward, Sr., OL 

Terrapin Club Award — Buddy Rodgers, Sr., RB 

Jim Tatum Award — John Feugill, In, OT 

George C. Cook Memorial Award — Ryan Rezzelle, Ir., OL 

Alvin L. Aubinoe — Eric Hicks, Sr., DE 

Champion of the Year — Darryl Giles, Sr., DB 



1988 


Mark Agent ( 


1989 


Mike Kiselak-G 


1990 


Clarence lones-T 


1991 


Mitch Suplee I 


1992 


Stephen Ingram-T 


1993 


Stephen Ingram-T 


1995 


Chad Scotl 




Lewis Sanders-FS 


Hammer Award 



1988 Chad Sydnor-CB 

1989 Eddie fomlin-S 

1990 Glen Page- LB ' 

1991 Mike larmolowich-LB 

1992 Scott Kosen-S 

1993 Orlando Strozier-CB 
1995 Chad Scott-CB 



121 



Terps in the Hall of Fame 



Honors 



BOB WARD 



• National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall of Fame 

Bob Ward weighed all of 165 
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-America middle guard on 
defense as a junior in 1950 and a 
first-team offensive guard as a 
senior in 1951. 

The forte of the Maryland 
teams of the early 1950s was 
consistency — a winning 
consistency. During Ward's four 
years, the team was a combined 
32-7-1, winning two bowl games 
(1949 Gator over Missouri, 1951 
Sugar over Tennessee to complete 
a perfect 10-0 season). 

The awards and honors Ward 
earned as a Maryland player belie 
physical stature, but speak 
volumes about the man. He was 
the MVP of the 1949 Gator Bowl, 
Maryland's first bowl victory. He 
was the only player ever to earn 
All-America honors as both an 
offensive and defensive position 
player. He earned Southern 
Conference Player of the Year 
honors as a senior and was 
chosen Lineman of the Year by 
the Washington Touchdown Club 
and the Philadelphia 
Sportswriters Association in 
1951. 

Bob Ward was inducted into 
the National Football Foundation 
College Hall of Fame in 1980. 



Kutinnal 3Fnotb'aII 
aFaiuidtitioii ;mi> 




Three future National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame inductees — 
Dick Modzelewski (left), Coach Jim Tatum (center) and Jack Scarbath — talk 
strategy prior to Maryland's 1952 game vs. LSU. 



JACK SCARBATH 



■ National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall of Fame 

Jack Scarbath is an integral 
part of Maryland football history. 
In his first start, the All-America 
quarterback scored the first 
touchdown in the new Byrd 
Stadium, a 21 -yard run in the 
first game of the 1950 season. 

Scarbath was the quarterback 
for head coach Jim Tatum's new 
Split T offense for three seasons 
(1950-1952). Scarbath led the 
Terps to a 24-4-1 record, 
including a perfect 10-0 record 
and Sugar Bowl victory in 1951. 
In that time, he rewrote the 
Terrapin record books. Scarbath 
completed 125 of 260 passes for 
2,287 yards, an average of 18.3 
yards for every completion. 

After his senior season, 
Scarbath finished runner-up to 
Oklahoma's Billy Vessels in the 
voting for the Heisman Trophy, 
was ,i first-team All-America 
quarterback and a first round 
draft choice of the Washington 
Redskins. 

I [e was inducted into the 
National football Foundation 
College Hall of Fame in 1983. 



JIM TATUM 



* National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall of Fame 

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, 
Gator Bowl victory over North 
Carolina State) and nine years at 
Maryland ( 1947-55, 73- 15-4, 2-2- 
1 in bowl games) — Jim Tatum 
had become a coaching legend. 

Tatum's teams from 1950-1955 
were 51-8-2, with a perfect 10-0 
record and Sugar Bowl victory in 
1951. The squad marked 10-0 
regular season records in 1953 
and 1955 before both teams were 
upset by Oklahoma in the 
Orange Bowl, with the 1953 team 
the declared national champion. 

Tatum left to return to his 
alma mater, North Carolina, in 
1956. 

He was inducted into the 
National Football Foundation 
College Hall of Fame in 1984. 



Bob Ward was the first Terp inducted 
into the National Football 
Foundation College Hall of Fame. 



STAN JONES 



•Pro Football Hall of Fame 

Stan Jones was the starting 
right tackle on the Terp defense 
that allowed only 31 points 
during 10 regular season games 
in 1953. With Jones leading the 
way, Maryland recorded six 
shutouts and allowed only one 
team, Georgia, to score more 
than six points. He earned All- 
America honors that season and 
was chosen "Outstanding College 
Lineman of 1953" by the College 
Football Coaching Board. 

After his All-America career as 
a Terp, he served 13 years in the 
National Football League. He 
played for the Chicago Bears for 
12 seasons and finished his career 
as a Washington Redskin. 

"I was very prepared for the 
NFL when I left Maryland," Jones 
said. "From my coaches who 
taught me football to my 
professors who taught me 
anatomy, physiology and weight 
training, I received a great 
education. I couldn't have picked 
a better place to go — they 
picked me and there was not a 
better place to be." 

Stan Jones was inducted into 
the Pro Football Hall of Fame on 
Julv27, 1991. 



DICK MODZELEWSKI 



■ National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall of Fame 

■ Outland Trophy Winner 

Through three All-America 
years at Maryland and 14 All-Pro 
years in the National Football 
1 eigne, Dick Modzelewski was 
always "Little Mo." At 6-0,235 
pounds during his playing days 
.il Maryland, he was one of the 
bigger collegiate linemen during 
the early 1950s. He was the 
second Mo al Maryland, so he 
had In be "1 iftle" to Ins older 
brother Ed,"Big Mo." 

Dick Modzelewski played three 
years as defensive tackle for the 
hips on the great teams which 
were 24-4-1. He would become 
Maryland's lirsi winner ol a 
major national honor when he 
received the Outland tropin as 
the nation's top lineman in 1952. 



122 



MAR* 



Honors 



Terps in the Hall of Fame 




A 1993 inductee into the National 
Football Foundation College Hall of 
Fame, Dick Modzelewski was the 
1952 winner of the Outland Trophy. 

Through his career at 
Maryland, the Terps fashioned a 
22-game unbeaten streak. The 
"Little Mo" led defense allowed 
only 147 points with only four 
teams seoring better than a 
touchdown while six were shut 
out. 

At the end of his senior season, 
Modzelewski was named to every 
All-America team and was 
awarded the Outland Trophy. He 
was a second-round draft choice 
of the Washington Redskins, 
while teammate Jack Scarbath 
was the Redskins' first pick. He 
spent 14 seasons in the National 
Football League, splitting time 
with the Redskins, the Pittsburgh 
Steelers, the New York Giants and 
Cleveland Browns. Modzelewski 
was ,m All-Pro and on NFL 
Championship teams with both 
the Giants I 1956 \ and the Browns 

1964). After retirement, he 
became a defensive line coach for 
Cincinnati, helping the Bengals to 
the 1982 Super Bowl. 

Dick Modzelewski was 
inducted into the National 
Football Foundation College Hall 
of Fame in 1993. 



RANDY WHITE 



■ National Football Foundation 
College Hall of Fame 

•Pro Football Hall of Fame 

• Lombardi and Outland Trophies 
Winner 

Randy White changed the look 
ol football's defensive lines. At 
Maryland, and later in dn All-Pro 
National Football League career 
with the Pallas Cowboys, he was 
regarded as the quickest defensive 
lineman to play the game. He 
could be in an opponent's 
backfield before a quarterback 
could make a hand-oft. 

In 1974, Randy White cleaned 
up the college football awards 
plate. He was honored with the 
Outland and Lombardi trophies 
as the top collegiate lineman, was 
ACC Player of the Year, was an 




Defensive lineman Randy White was 
inducted into the National Football 
Foundation College Hall of Fame and 
the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 
1994. 



unanimous fust team All 
America choice, named the 

Delaware (his home state Athlete 
of the Year and named the 
Amateur Athlete o\ the Year by 
the Philadelphia Sportswrilers 
Ass, n iation. 

A first round draft choice ol 
the I (alias < lowboys (the second 

player selected overall I, White 
was an All-Pro performer 
throughout his career and shared 
Super Bowl MVP honors with 
Dallas teammate Harvey Martin 
when the Cowboys defeated 
Denver in Super Bowl XII. 

No one else will wear "94" at 
Maryland — Randy White's 
number has been retired. 

He was inducted into the 
National Football Foundation 
College Hall of Fame and the Pro 
Football Hall of Fame in 1994. 



BOB PELLEGRINI 



• National Football Foundation 
College Hall of Fame 

Bob Pellegrini was recruited to 
Maryland as a quarterback, but 
made his name as one of college 
football's best linemen. In his 
first season, Pellegrini was a 6-2, 
215-pound sophomore guard tor 
the 1953 national champion 
Terrapins. He would play guard 
again in 1954 in an era when 
players went both ways, before 
being switched to center for his 
senior year to fill a Terrapin void. 

As a senior, Pellegrini led 
Maryland to its second 10-0 
regular season and ACC 
championship in three years as 
the Terps defeated defending 
national champion UCLA. He 
was selected ACC Player of the 
Year, named consensus All- 
America and pictured as Herman 
Hickman's cover boy for 
Lineman of the Year in 1955. 

Pellegrini led the Terps to a 27- 
4-1 record over his career, with 
rankings in the Top 10 each 
season. He was the first pick in 
the National Football League 
draft by the Philadelphia Eagles. 
Pellegrini became one of the 
building blocks of an Eagle 
turnaround that took the team to 
the top of the football world. A 
losing team when he joined, the 
Eagles defeated Vince Lombardi's 




Bob Pellegrini, inducted into the 
National Football Foundation College 
Hall of Fame in 1996, played on 
Maryland teams that compiled an 
aggregate record of 27-4-1. 

Green Bay Packers for the World 
Championship four years later 
with Bob Pellegrini at linebacker. 

Bob Pellegrini was inducted 
into the National Football 
Foundation College Hall of Fame 
in December 1996. 



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Honors 



AII-ACC Academic Selections 




Ralph Lary was the first ACC football 
player to be named to the AII-ACC 
Academic team four times (1977, 78, 
79/80). 



1954 
1955 
1956 



1960 
1961 

1963 
1967 
1 968 

1970 



1972 
1973 
1974 



197: 



John Irvine, C 
George Palahunik, G 
John Healey, HB 
Stanley Polyanski, G 
Donald Healey, T 
Mike Sandusky, T 
Tom Selep, FB 
Dwayne Fletcher, HB 
Bob Hacker, C 
Dick Novak, QB 
David Nardo, G 
Ghuck Tine, G 
Ralph Friedgen, G 
Pat Burke, G 
Jerry Erhard, WB 
Steve Fromang, C 
Len Santacroce, C 
Scott Shank, FB 
Ferry Erhard, E 
Kim Hoover, S 
Bob Avellini, QB 
lini Brcchbiel, DB 
I )erick Harris, T 
Rick Jennings, TB 
Tom Schick, G 
Phil Wagenheim, P 
Mike Cielensky, DB 








Al Wallace, who completed his career in 1996, was named to the AII-ACC 
Academic team in 1994/95 and '96. 



Kim Hoover, S 
John Schultz, WB 

1976 Jonathan Claiborne, S 
Gene Ochap, C 

Bob Raba, TE 

1977 Jonathan Claiborne, S 
Ralph Lary, S 

Chris Ward, DB 
Kenny Watson, T 

1978 John Baldante, DB 
Glenn Chamberlain, G 
Scott Collins, T 
Ralph Lary, S 

Phil Livingston, T 



Joe Muffler, DE 
Dean Richards, WB 

1979 JanCarinci,WB 
Ralph Lary, S 
Phil Livingston, T 
Kyle Lorton, C 
Jim Shaffer, DE 

1980 Ralph Lary, S 
Kyle Lorton, C 

1981 Mike Mueller, LB 
Brian Riendau, G 

1982 JoeAulisi, DE 

1983 Greg Harraka, T 

1984 Greg Harraka, T 



ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA SELECTIONS 



First Team 

1953 Bernie Faloney Back 

1954 George I'alahunik Guard 
1956 Mike Sandusky Tackle 
1975 Kim Hoover 



1978 Joe Muffler 



East Carnegie, Pa. 

McKees Rock, Pa. 

Manville, N.J. 

Offensive End Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Defensive End 




1985 
1986 



1987 



NCAA POSTGRADUATE SCHOLAR 



1978 Jonathan Claiborne Defensive Back Hyattsville, Md. 



Jonathan Claiborne, a two-time AII- 
ACC Academic choice, was the recipi- 
ent of an NCAA Postgraduate 
Scholarship Award in 1978. 



Frank Reich, QB 
Richard Shure, FB 
Dolph Tokarczyk, TE 
Mark Agent, T 
Richard Shure, FB 
John Soma, T 
Azizuddin Abdur- 

Ra'oof, WR 
Bob Arnold, G 
Ken Oberle, T 
Richard Shure, FB 
John Soma, I 
Ken Oberle, T 
Dean Green, WR 
Rick Fleece, NG 
Barry Johnson, WR 
Glenn Page, LB 
Chad Wiestling, HB 
1 uho Zizakovic, T 
Marcus Badgett.WR 
Scotl Rosen, S 
Russ Weaver, WR 
Ross Weaver, WR 
Mike Settles, LB 
Al Wallace, DE 
Al Wallace, DE 
Al Wallace, Dl 
Mike Hull, II 
I ni ( )gbogu, I 'l 



1988 
1989 
1990 



1991 
1992 

1993 

1994 



1995 
1 996 
1997 



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Conf. 


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Conf. 




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Year 


Head Coach 




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L T 


W 


L 


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Year J 


4ead Coach W 


L 


T W L 


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Finish 






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3 








1945 ' 


Bear" Bryant 6 


2 


1 3 


■) 





5th -T 






1893 


S.H. Harding 




6 











1946 C. Shaughnessy 3 


6 


2 


5 





12th 






1894 


I.G. Bannon 




4 


3 








1947 J 


im Tatum 7 


2 


2 3 


2 


1 


6th-T 






1895 


NO TEAM 














1948 J 


im Tatum 6 


4 


4 


2 





6th 






1896 


Grenville Lewis 




6 


2 2 








1949 J 


im Tatum 9 


1 


4 








2nd 






1897 


Grenville Lewis 




2 


4 








1950 J 


im Tatum 7 


2 


1 4 


1 


1 


5th 






1898 


J.F. Kenly 




2 


3 1 








1951 J 


im Tatum 10 





5 








1st 






1899 


S.M. Cooke 




1 


4 








1952 J 


im Tatum 7 


2 















1900 


EH. Peters 




3 


4 1 








1953 J 


im Tatum 10 


1 


3 








Ist-T 






1901 


E.B. Dunbar 




1 


7 








1954 J 


im Tatum 7 


2 


1 4 





1 


2nd 






1902 


D. John Marker 




3 


5 2 








J955 J 


im Tatum 10 


1 


4 








lst-T 






1903 


D. John Markey 




7 


4 








1956 Tommy Mont 


7 


1 2 


2 


1 


4th 






1904 


D. John Markey 




2 


4 2 








1957 Tommy Mont 5 


5 


4 


i 





3rd-T 






1905 


Fred Nielson 




6 


4 








1958 Tommy Mont 4 


6 


3 


3 





5th 






1906 


Fred Nielson 




5 


3 








1959 Tom Nugent 5 


5 


4 


■) 





3rd 






1907 


C.G. Church 




3 


6 








1960 Tom Nugent 6 


4 


5 


2 





3rd 






1908 


Bill Lang 




4 


7 








1961 Tom Nugent 


3 


3 


3 





3rd 






1909 


Barney Cooper 














1962 Tom Nugent 6 


4 


5 


2 





3rd 








E. Larkin 




2 


4 








1963 Tom Nugent 3 


7 


2 


5 





5th 






1910 


R. Alston 




5 


3 1 








1964 Tom Nugent 5 


5 


4 


3 





3rd-T 






1911 


C. Donnelly 














1965 Tom Nugent 4 


6 


3 


3 





5th-T 








H.C. Byrd ' 




4 


5 1 








1966 LouSabim 4 


6 


3 


3 





3rd-T 






1912 


H.C. Byrd 




7 


1 1 








1967 Bob Ward 


9 


C 


6 





8th 






1913 


H.C. Byrd 




6 


3 








1968 Bob Ward 2 


8 


2 


4 





7th 






1914 


H.C. Byrd 




5 


3 








1969 Roy Lester 3 


7 


3 


3 





3rd-T 






1915 


H.C. Byrd 




6 


3 








1970 Roy Lester 2 


9 


2 


4 





6th-T 






1916 


H.C. Byrd 




6 


2 








1971 Roy Lester 


9 


1 


4 





7th 






1917 


H.C. Byrd 




4 


3 1 








1972 1 


erry Claiborne 5 


5 


1 3 


2 


1 


3rd 






1918 


H.C. Byrd 




4 


1 1 








1973 J 


erry Claiborne 8 


4 


5 


1 





2nd 






1919 


H.C. Byrd 




5 


4 








1974 J 


erry Claiborne 8 


4 


(• 








1st 






1920 


H.C. Byrd 




7 


2 








1975 J 


erry Claiborne 9 


i 


1 ? 








1st 






1421 


H.C. Byrd 




3 


5 1 








1976 J 


erry Claiborne 1 1 


1 


: 








1st 






1922 


H.C. Byrd 




4 


5 1 








1977 J 


erry Claiborne 8 


4 


4 


p 





3rd-T 






1923 


H.C. Byrd 




7 


2 1 








1978 J 


erry Claiborne 9 


3 


5 


1 





2nd 






1924 


H.C. Byrd 




3 


3 3 








1979 J 


erry Claiborne 7 


4 


4 


■) 





2nd-T 






1925 


H.C. Byrd 




2 


5 1 








1980 1 


erry Claiborne 8 


4 


5 


1 





2nd 






1926 


H.C. Byrd 




5 


4 1 








1981 ! 


erry Claiborne 4 


6 


1 -1 


2 





3rd 






1927 


H.C. Byrd 




4 


7 








1982 BobbvRoss 8 


4 


(1 5 


1 





2nd 






1928 


H.C. Byrd 




6 


3 1 








1983 Bobby Ross 8 


4 


(I 3 


1 





1st 






[929 


H.C. Byrd 




4 


4 2 








1984 Bobby Ross 9 


3 


(- 








1st 






1930 


H.C. Byrd 




7 


4 (1 








1985 BobliyRoss 9 


3 


(I ( 








1st 






1 93 1 


H.C. Byrd 




8 


1 1 








1986 Bobby Ross 5 


5 


i : 


3 


1 


5th 






1932 


H.C. Byrd 




5 


(■> 








1987 Joe Krivak 4 


7 


3 


3 





5th 






1933 


H.C. Byrd 




3 


7 (1 


1 


4 


(1 8th 


1988 J 


oe Krivak 5 


6 


4 


3 





4th-T 






1934 


H.C. Byrd 




7 


3 


3 


1 


3rd-T 


1989 J 


oe Krivak 3 


7 


1 2 


5 





6th 






1935 


lack Faber 




7 


2 2 


3 


1 


1 3rd 


1990 ] 


oe Krivak 6 


5 


1 -1 


3 





4th 






1^36 


Frank Dobson 




6 


5 


3 


2 


5th-T 


1991 J 


oe Krivak 2 


9 


o : 


5 





6th 






1937 


Frank Dobson 




8 


2 I) 


i 





1st 


1992 Mark Duff ner 


,s 


o : 


6 





8th 






1938 


Frank Dobson 




2 


7 (1 


1 


2 


12th 


1993 Mark Duffner 2 


4 


2 


6 





7th-T 






1939 


Frank Dobson 




2 


7 





1 


14th 


1994 Mark Duffner 4 


7 


(i : 


6 





7th 






1440 


Jack Faber 




2 


6 1 





1 


1 12th 


1995 Mark Duffner 6 


5 


-1 


4 





■ih 1 






1941 


Jack Faber 




3 


5 1 


1 


T 


12th 


1996 Mark Duffner 5 


6 


3 


5 





6th 1 






1942 


C. Shaughnessy 




7 


2 


1 


T 


(1 13th 


1997 Ron Vanderlinden 


9 


1 


7 





8th 






1943 


Clarence Spears 




4 


5 


1 





2nd 




















1444 


Clarence Spears 




1 


7 1 


1 


1 


6th 


Total 1 


05 Years 52/ 


463 


42 














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History 



Series Records 



OPPONENT 


VV 


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Eastern 1 ligh 


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Miami, ( Ihio 





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South Carolina 


17 


1 1 





Alabama 


1 


1 


Episcopal 1 ligh 





4 


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Michigan 





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Southern Methodist 


2 





(i 


Alabama Birmingham 1 





Florida 


6 


1 1 





Michigan Slate 


1 


1 





Swai llunorc 





1 


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Alexandria 1 ligli 


1 


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Florida Mate 





8 


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Minnesota 


1 


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1 8 


2 


American Universit) 


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Mississippi 


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> 


2 





.Auburn 


1 


2 o 


Fredricksburg ( lollege 


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Mississippi State 


1 


ii 


II 


Temple 


1 


(1 





Bainbridge Naval 




1 


Gallaudet 


9 


d 


1 


Missouri 


6 


(i 


1) 


Tennessee 


2 


i 


(1 


Baltimore City ( College 3 
Baltimore Med, ( loll. 


(I 
1 


I IcolgCtoU 11 

Georgetown Prep 


1 


II) 
1 


(1 
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Ml. St. Joseph's 
Mi. si. Mary's 


7 

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Texas 
Texas A&M 


n 
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2 


(I 
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Baltimore Poly Inst. 

Ba) lor 

Bethel Military 


3 

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1 (1 



( ieorge Washington 

( ieorgia 

( Ieorgia Tee li 


1 1 
J 

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3 
2 

7 




1 




Mi. Washington 

Navy 

New York University 




3 

1 


1 

14 









3rd Army < orp 

Tulane 

UCLA 


1 
1 




2 

1 







Boston ( lollege 


i 


1 


Gibraltar Ath. Club 





1 





North ( larolina 


26 


33 




1 ni\ i .1 Mai \ land 


i 


2 


1 


Huston I 'niversitj 


i 





Gonzaga High 


l 


1 





North ( larolina State 


24 


23 


4 


Vanderbill 


I 


7 





Business 1 ligh 




II II 


Greenville Air Base 


1 





II 


Northern Illinois 


1 





(1 


Villanova 


8 


2 





Carnegie rech 
Catholic Universit) 



8 


1 1) 
1 2 


( iuilford College 1 
Gunton Temple Baptist 1 



(1 






Ohio University 
Oklahoma 


1 




1 
I 




(1 


Virginia 
Virginia Military 


7 
14 


9 


2 

s 


Central High 
Charlotte Mltry Hall 


6 
1 


s 



Hampden-Sydney 
1 [averford 


2 



1 






Olympia Athletic Clu 
Orient Athletic Club 


i 1 


(1 







Virginia lech 
Wake 1 orest 


13 
33 


1 1 
12 




1 


( Ihicago University 





1 


1 louston 





1 





Pennsylvania 


1 


4 


II 


Walbrook Ath. (Jul. 





1 





Cincinnati 


2 





Indiana State 


1 








Pennsylvania Military 


2 


! 


1 


V\ .i .Imigton 





1 


II 


Clemson 


20 


24 2 


Indiana University 





1 





Perm State 


1 




1 


Washington & lee 


13 


7 


2 


Clifton Athletic Club 


1 





lohns Hopkins 


1(1 


1 1 


5 


Pittsburgh 


3 


2 


(1 


Washington College- 


19 


3 


1 


Colonial Athletic Clu 


i 


1 I) 


Kentucky 


3 


2 


2 


Princeton 





i 


n 


West Virginia 


|(. 


17 


2 


Connecticut 


1 





Lakehurst Naval Base 


1 








Randolph-Macon 


2 


ii 


i 


Western High 








1 


Crescent Athletic Clu 


i 1 





1 ouisiana State 


3 








Richmond Army 








Western Maryland 


17 


14 


1 


Curtis Bar C. G. 





1 


Louisiana Tech 


n 





1 


Air Base 


1 








Western Michigan 


1 








Delaware 


3 


5 1 


Louisville 


3 


1 





Richmond 


12 


5 


l 


William cS\- Man 


1 


s 





1 )ickinson 
Duke 


1 
24 




17 


Marine Barracks 
Merchant Marine 


1 
1 










Rock Hill College 
Rutgers 


3 

4 


1 
3 


l 




Yale 


2 


8 


1 


Duquesne 


1 





Miami, 1 la. 


7 


7 


II 


St. John's 


18 


1 1 





Totals 


527 


ii..; 


42 



HEAD COACHING RECORDS 



CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS 



Coach 

W.W. skinner 
S.H. Harding 
I.C. Bannon 
Grenville 1 ewis 
I.F. KenK 
S.M. Cooke 
F.H. Peters 
E.B. Dunbar 
IX lohn Markey 
I red Nielson 
C.G. Church 
Bill Lang 
Barney Cooper, 
E. Larkin 
R. Alston 
C. Connelly 
H.C. Byrd ' 
[ack Faber 
Frank Dobson 
Clark Shaughnessy 
Clarence Spears 
Paul "Bear" Bryant 
lim Tatum 
Tommy Mont 
Tom Nugent 
Lou Saban 
Bob Ward 
Roy Lester 
lerry Claiborne 
Bobby Ross 
Joe Krivak 
Mark Dufrher 
Ron Yanderlinden 



Years 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1896-97 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902-04 

1905-06 

1907 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1911-34 

1935, 1940-41 

1936-39 

1942, 1946 

1943-44 

1945 

1947-55 

1956-58 

1959-65 

1966 

1967-68 

1969-71 

1972-81 

1982-86 

1987-91 

1992-96 

1997- 



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4 
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3 

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5 

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122 

12 

18 

10 

5 

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73 

11 

36 

4 

2 

7 

77 

39 

20 

20 



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6 

5 

4 

4 

7 

13 

7 

6 

7 



86 
13 

21 
8 

12 

J 

15 

IS 

34 

6 

17 

25 

37 

19 

34 

35 



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.563 
.312 
.200 
.434 
.125 
.483 
.611 
.333 
.364 

.333 
.611 
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.580 
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.556 
.306 
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Year 


Conference 


Coach 


1937 


Southern 


Frank 1 )obson 


1951 


Southern 


Jim Tatum 


1953 


Atlantic Coast 


lim latum 


1955 


Atlantic Coast 


lim Tatum 


1974 


Atlantic Coast 


Jerrv Claiborne 


1975 


Atlantic Coast 


lerrv Claiborne 


1976 


Atlantic Coast 


Jerrv Claiborne 


1983 


Atlantic Coast 


Bobbv Ross 


1984 


Atlantic Coast 


Bobbv Ross 


1985 


Atlantic Coast 


Bobbv Ross 



BEST WIN-LOSS PQ. RECORDS 



Year 

1951 
1 893 
1976 
1953 
1955 
1949 
1 93 1 
1937 



Coach 

Jim Tatum 
S.H. Harding 
lerrv Claiborne 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
H.C. Byrd 
Frank Dobson 



MOST WINS IN A SEASON 



Year 


Coach 


1976 


Jerrv Claiborne 


1951 


Jim Tatum 


1 953 


Jim Tatum 


1935 


Jim Tatum 


1949 


Jim Tatum 


1975 


Jerrv Claiborne 


1978 


lerrv Claiborne 


1984 


Bobbv Ross 


1985 


Bobbv Ross 



W 


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6 








11 


1 





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II 



w 


L 


1 


11 


1 


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10 





II 


111 


1 





10 


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9 


1 





9 


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1 


9 


3 





9 


3 





9 


3 






Pet. 

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1.000 
.917 

.909 

.909 
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.850 
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Pet. 

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.909 
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.792 
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.750 
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His 


F O O T B 


ALL 






1 


tory 










Series Re 

Air Force (2-0) 


suits 

1896, home, Maryland, 10-6 


Curtis Bay Coast Guard (0-1) 


Neutral: 3-3 


1949, home, Maryland, 33-7 


1915. away, Haverford, 0-/ 




Home: I -0, Away; 1-0 


1896, home, Maryland, 14-0 


Home: 0-1 


1927. away, Florida, 6-7 


1950, Griffith Stadium, 


1916, home, Haverford, 6-7 




1961, away, Maryland, 21-0 


1897, home, Maryland, 24-6 


1943, home, Curtis Bay, 7-13 


1933, Tampa, Florida, 0-19 


Maryland, 25-14 


Houston (0-1) 




1963, home, Maryland, 21-14 


1901, home, Central, 0-11 


Delaware (3-5-1) 


1934, Baltimore Stadium, 


Georgetown Prep ( 1 - 1 ) 


Neutral: 0- 1 




Alabama (1-2) 


1908, home, Maryland, 5-0 


Home: 2-0-1, Away: 1-5 


Maryland, 21-0 


Home: 1-1 


1976, Cotton Bowl, Houston, 




Home: 1-1, Away: 0- 1 


1910, home, Maryland, 12-0 


1899, away, Delaware, 0-32 


1935, away, Maryland, 20-6 


1900, home, Georgetown, 0-5 


21-30 




1952, away, Alabama, 7-27 


1911, home, Central, 0-14 


1901, away, Delaware. 6-24 


1936, away, Florida, 6-7- 


1900, home, Maryland, 15-0 


Indiana State (1-0) 




1953, home, Maryland, 21-0 


Charlotte Hall Military (1-0) 


1902, home, tie, 0-0 


1937, home, Maryland, 13-7 


George Washington 


Home: 1-0 




1974, home, Alabama, 16-21 


Home: 1-0 


1903, away, Delaware, 0-16 


1938, away, Florida. 7-21 


(Columbia) (11-3) 


1982, home, Maryland, 38-0 




Alabama-Birmingham ( 1-0) 


1900, home, Maryland, 21-6 


1904, away, Delaware, 0-18 


1939, home, Florida, 0-14 


Home: 6-2, Awav: 1-0, Neutral: 


Indiana (0-2) 




Home: 1-0 


Chicago (0-1) 


1905, away. Delaware, 0-12 


1940, away, Florida, 0-19 


4-1 


Away: 0- 1 , Neutral: 0-1 




1996. home. Maryland, 39-13 


Away: 0- 1 


1917. home, Maryland. 20-0 


1941. home. Maryland, 13-12 


1898, home, Columbia, 5-17 


1934, away, Indiana, 14-17 




Alexandria High 1 1-0) 


1926, away, Chicago, 0-21 


1947. home, Maryland. 43- 19 


1942, Griffith Stadium, 


1902, home, Maryland, 11-10 


1935, Baltimore stadium, 




Home: 1-0 


Cincinnati (2-0) 


1948, away, Maryland, 21-0 


Maryland, 1 3-0 


1903, away, Maryland, 6-0 


Indiana, 7-13 




1896, home, Maryland, 18-0 


Home: 1-0, Away: 1-0 


Dickinson (1-0) 


1944, away. Florida, 6-14 


1907, Griffith Stadium, 


Johns Hopkins (16-11-5) 




American (0-1) 


1975, away, Maryland, 21-19 


Home: 1-0 


1971, away, Florida, 23-27 


Maryland, 11-0 


Home; 1-2. Away: 8-5-2, 




Home: 1-0 


1976, home. Maryland, 21-0 


1916, home, Maryland. 6-0 


1974, Tampa, Florida, 10-17 


1908, home, George 


Neutral: 7-4-3 




191S, home, American, 6-13 


Clemson (20-24-2) 


Duke (24-17-0) 


1975, Gator Bowl, Maryland. 


Washington, 0-57 


1892, Clifton Park, Johns 




Auburn (!-2) 


Home: 9-10-1, Away: 10-13, 


Home: 11-4, Away: 11-9, 


13-0 


1909, Griffith Stadium, George 


Hopkins, 0-62 




Away: 1-2 


Neutral: l-l-l 


Neutral: 2-4 


1980, Tangerine Bowl, Florida, 


Washington, 0-26 


1897, home, lohns Hopkins, 




1932, away, Maryland, 13-7 


1952, home, Maryland, 28-0 


1932, away, Duke, 0-34 


20-35 


1910, Griffith Stadium, 


0-30 




1958, away, Auburn, 7-20 


1953, away, Maryland, 20-0 


1933, home, Duke, 7-38 


1981, away, Florida, 10-15 


Maryland, 6-0 


1898, mm, lohns Hopkins, 0-16 




1983, away. Auburn, 23-35 


1954, home, Maryland, 16-0 


1 94 1 , Baltimore Stadium, 


Florida State (0-8) 


1948, Griffith Stadium, 


1899, away, lohns Hopkins, 0-411 




Bainbridge Naval (1-1) 


1955, away, Maryland, 25-12 


Duke, 0-50 


Home: 0-3, Awav: 0-4, Neutral: 


Maryland. 47-0 


1901, American Legion Park, 




Home: 1-1 


1956, home, tie, 6-6 


1942, away, Duke, 0-42 


0-1 


1949, home. Maryland, 40- 1 4 


lohns Hopkins, 0-6 




1943, home, Bainbridge, 0-46 


1957, away, Clemson, 7-26 


1947, away, Duke, 7-19 


1966, away, Florida State, 21-45 


1950, home, Maryland, 23-7 


1902, American Legion Park, 




1946, home, Maryland, 54-0 


1958, home, Clemson, 0-8 


1948, Griffith Stadium, Duke, 


1968, home, Florida State, 14-24 


1951, home, Maryland, 33-6 


lohns Hopkins, 0-17 




Baltimore City College (3-0) 


1959, away, Maryland, 28-25 


12-13 


1992, away, Florida State, 21-69 


1953, Griffith Stadium. 


1908, away, lohns Hopkins, 




Home: 3-0 


1960, home, Maryland, 19-17 


1950, away, Maryland, 26-14 


1993, home, Florida State, 20-49 


Maryland, 27-6 


0-10 




1893, home, Maryland, 14-0 


1961, away, Maryland, 24-2 1 


1957, away, Duke, 0-14 


1994, home, Florida State, 20-52 


1954, home, Man-land, 48-6 


1909, away, lohns Hopkins, 0-9 




1906, home, Maryland, 22-0 


1962, home, Clemson, 14-17 


I960, home, Duke, 7-20 


1995, away, Florida State, 17-59 


1955, home, Maryland, 19-0 


1910, away, lie, 11-11 




1913. home, Maryland, 27-0 


1963, away, Clemson. 6-2! 


1962, away, Duke, 7-10 


1996, Miami, Florida State, 


Georgia (3-2-1) 


191 l.home. lohns Hopkins, 3-6 




Baltimore Medical College 


1964. home, Maryland, 34-0 


1963, Richmond, Duke, 12-30 


10-48 


Home: 1-0, Away; 2-1, Neutral: 


1912, away, Maryland, 13-0 




(0-1) 


1965, away, Maryland, 6-0 


191,4. away, Duke, 17-24 


1997, away. Florida State, 7-50 


0-1-1 


1913, away, Maryland, 26-0 




Away: 0- 1 


1966, home, Clemson, 10-14 


1966, home, Maryland, 21 -19 


Fort Monroe 10-0-1) 


1947, Gator Bowl, tie, 20-20 


1914, away, Maryland. 14-0 




897, Electric Park, Baltimore 


1967, away, Clemson, 7-28 


1968, Norfolk, Duke, 28-30 


Home: 0-0- 1 


1950, away, Georgia, 7-27 


1915, away, lohns Hopkins, 0-3 




Medical, 0-10 


1968, home, Clemson, 0-16 


1969, home, Maryland, 20-7 


1904, home, tie, 0-0 


1951. awav, Maryland, 43-7 


1916. away, Maryland. 54-0 




Baltimore Poly Institute (3-1) 


1969, away, Clemson, 0-40 


1970, away. Duke, 12-13 


Fredricksburg(2-0) 


1952, away, Maryland, 37-0 


1917. awav, Maryland, 7-0 




Home: 3-1 


1970, home, Clemson, 1 1 -24 


1972, away, Duke, 14-20 


Home: 1-0, Away: 1-0 


1953, home, Maryland, 40-13 


1918, away, tie, 0-0 




1905, home, Maryland, 20-0 


1971. away, Clemson. 14-20 


1973, Norfolk, Maryland, 30-10 


1908, away, Maryland, 10-0 


1973, Peach Bowl, Georgia, 


1919, away. Maryland, 1.3-0 




1908, home, Maryland, 12-0 


1972, home, Maryland. 31-6 


1974, Norfolk, Maryland, 56-13 


1911, home, Maryland, 5-0 


16-17 


1920, home. Maryland. 24" 




1914, home. Bait. Poly, 0-6 


1973, away, Maryland, 28-13 


1976, away, Maryland, 30-3 


Gallaudet (9-6-1) 


Georgia Tech (3-7) 


1922. away. Maryland, 3-0 




1915, home, Maryland,31-0 


1974, home, Maryland, 41-0 


1977,home, Maryland, 31-13 


Home: 7-4-1, Awav 2-2 


Home 3-2, Away: ll 5 


1923, Baltimore Stadium, tie, 




Baylor (1-1) 


1975, away, Maryland, 22-20 


1978, away, Maryland, 27-0 


isoo, home, tie, 0-0 


1988. home, Mankind, 13-8 


6-6 




Home: 0-1, Away: 1-0 


1976, home, Maryland. 20-0 


1979. away, Maryland, 27-0 


1897, home, Gallaudet, 6- 16 


1989, awav, Georgia lech, 24-28 


1924, Baltimore Stadium, tie, 




1955, away, Maryland, 2D-6 


1977,away, Maryland, 21-14 


1980, away, Maryland. 17-14 


1898, home, Gallaudet. 0-33 


1990, home, Georgia lech, 3-31 


0-0 




1956, home, Baylor, 0-14 


1978, home, Clemson, 24-28 


1981, home, Maryland, 24-21 


1901, home, Gallaudet, 10-11 


1991, away, Georgia lech, 10-34 


1923, Baltimore Stadium, lie 7-7 




Bethel Military (1-0) 


1 979, away, Maryland, 19-0 


1982, home, Maryland, 49-22 


1904, awav, Maryland, 22-5 


1992, home, Georgia Tech, 


1926, Baltimore Stadium, 




Hume: 1-0 


1980, home, Maryland, 34-7 


1983, home, Maryland, 38-3 


1905, home, Maryland, 16-0 


26-28 


Maryland, 17-14 




1896, home, Maryland, 20-10 


1981, away, Clemson, 7-21 


1984. away, Maryland, 43-7 


1907, away, Gallaudet, 0-5 


1993, away, Georgia [ech,0-38 


1927, Baltimore stadium, 




Boston College (1-1) 


1982, home, Clemson, 22-24 


1985, home, Maryland, 40-10 


1908, home. Mankind, 5 


1994, home, Maryland, 42-27 


lohns Hopkins. 13-14 




Hume: 0-1, Away: 1-0 


1983, away, Clemson, 27-52 


1986, away, Maryland, 27-19 


1909, away, Maryland, 14-12 


1995, away, i ieorgia lech, 3-33 


1928, Baltimore stadium. 




1985, away, Maryland, 31-13 


1984, Memorial Stadium, 


1987, home, Maryland, 23-22 


1911, home, Maryland, 6-2 


1996, home, Maryland, 1 1-10 


Maryland 




186, home, Boston 1 


Maryland, 4 1-23 


1988, away, Maryland, 34 24 


1912, home, Maryland. 13-7 


1997, away, 1 Ieorgia Tech, 


1929, Baltimore Stadium, 




15 10 


1985, awav, Maryland, 14- 11 


1989, home, Duke. 25-46 


1913, home, Gallaudet, 0-13 


18-37 


Maryland, )9 s 




Boston University (2-0) 


1986, Memorial Stadium, tie, 


1990, ,,way, Maryland, 23-20 


1914, away, Gallaudet, 0-23 


Gibraltar Athletic Club(O-l) 


1930, Baltimore Stadium, 




Away: 2-0 


17-17 


1991. home, Duke, 13-17 


1915, home, Maryland, 10-2 


Home: 0- 1 


Maryland, 21-0 




1949. awav. Maryland, 14-13 


1987, away, Clemson, 16-45 


1992, away, Mai yland, 27-25 


1926, home, Maryland, S8 7 


1900, home, Gibralter, 0-17 


1931, Baltimore Stadium, 




1952, away, Maryland, 34-7 


1988, home, i lem! , ! i 1" 


1993, home, Maryland, 26 18 


■ me Maryland, 13-6 


Gonzaga High (1-1) 


Maryland, 35-1 1 




Business High (1-0) 


1989, away, 1 lem: i ; 


I994,away, Duke, 16 19 


Georgetown (6-10) 


Home: 1-1 


1932, Baltimore Stadium, 




Home 1 


1990 Memorial Stadium, 


1993. home, Maryland, 41-28 


Home 1 6, iwa) 0-1, Neutral: 


1900, home, Gonzaga, 5- II 


Marylai d 




1 i Maryland ; i 


I lemson, 17-18 


1996, away, Maryland, 22-19 


3-3 


1900, home, Mankind, 21-0 


1933, away, Maryland 




Carnegie ieeh mi i 


1991, away, ' lemson, 7 40 


199 home, Maryland, 16 m 


1894, home, Maryland 6 1 


Greenville Air Base (1-0) 


19 1 1, Baltimore Stadium, 




Awa] 


1991 home, Maryland 


Duquesne ( 1-01 


1902. home, i ieorgetov, n,0 ' 


\w.o: 1-0 


Mankind, 19-0 




192 1 awai i amegie fei h, 11 


199 i 11 ,i. < Ii mi ' 


Away: 1-0 


1903, home, 1 ieorgetov, n,0 28 


1943, away, Maryland, 13 18 


Kentucky (3-2-2) 




Catholic 18 1 ! 


1994, away, i lemsi in 0-13 


194; away, Maryland, 12 


1904, away, I ieorgetown, o-22 


Guilford (1-0) 


11, mi, ' 1 1 V,-..e, , 1 ! 




Horn, i 'i 1 \ , .i i-l-l 


1995, home, Clemson, 0-17 


Eastern High ill) 


1906 Griffith Stadium, 


Home: 1-0 


1931, In til ,, ,, 




1910 ii. 1.20-0 


1996 .i '-,i . Clen 


Home: 4-1 


i ,, , .■ tow 


1945, home, Maryland, 60-6 


1954, av 1 " 




191 l.homc, ii, '■ ' 


1997, home. Clemson. 9 -20 


1893, home, Maryland, 16 


1907, home, i ieorgetown, 0-10 


Clinton temple Baptist (1-0) 


1950. Ii,, in, Kentucky, 0-14 




1914 homi M.n | land 6-0 


Clifton Athletic dub 


1896, home, Eastern, 6 


1934, home. Maryland, 6 


Home 1 


1975, away, tic, 10 10 




191^ a 'Ii n-16 


Home 1 n 


1897, home, Maryland, 4-0 


1935 * iriffith Stadium. 


[903 homi Maryl tnd. 21-0 


1976. home, Mai viand, 24- 14 




1916, home. Maryland 1 ' 


1903, home, Marylam 


1898. home, Maryland, 4-0 


Mankind, 12-6 


Hampden Swine, 


19 ! ii, M 11 




1919, home, Maryland i 


Colonial Athletic Club (0 1 


1899, home, Mankind. 22-0 


1936, home, Georgetown, 6 


Home 


1979, away, Kentucky 




1920, away, Maryland. 14-0 


Home ii 


1 i'im opal High (0-4) 


193 Griffith Stadium 


19 19 hoi ii Maryland 


Lakehursl \a\al(l-0l 




1 u land 16 i 


I.iiu.ii 16 


Home: ii 1 \.o ii 


Maryland, 13-2 


1940. home, Hampden 


1 lomc: 1 -0 




1922, away. Maryland, 54-0 


' onnecticul [1-0) 


1892 1 e I piscopal,0-16 


1938, linn :oi gi ton ii M 


6 






1 , 1 ,, ! 


Home: 1 


1896, home, 1 pisi opal, 0-6 


1939 Griffith Stadium 


1941, homi . Maryland, 18 


1 oinsian.i Stale * 






1942, home. M 11 lai d i 


1898, away. Episcopal, 0-37 


i ieorgi 1"'.-- n, 20 


me 1 [ampden 


Home; ! 0, Kvny. 1 




Central High 6 


i rescenl Athletii ( lub 1 1 n 


1900, home, Episcopal, 6 ' i 


1940, homi i -- orgetown, 0-41 


0-12 


■■>.. ' 






Horn, 


Florida (6 11) 




Haverford u 2) 






home, Maryland 


,1, 12-0 


Home: 2-1 ■ ■ i 





! Hi 







128 



I ouisiana lech (0 i) I 

Nculr.il u ii I 

1990, Independence Bowl, tie, 

14-34 
Louisville l I) 
Homi ! ':•■ i- I 

. Maryland ! I 
land 18 
l988,home, Maryland 
[995, away, i ouisvilli II 
Marine Barracks I 0) 
Homo: 1-0 

1901, hom< Mar] 
Merchant Marine I 
Home: 1-0 

Miami. Fla. (7-71 

Home ■■. 6, Neutral: 

0-1 
I948,away, Mar) 
1949, away, Maryland, I 1-0 

195 1, away, Miami 
19 i6 away, Miam 

ty, Mar) land, 16 6 

1962, away, Miami 
1970, away, Miami, IMS 

ni 8 28 
l982,home, Maryland, 18 l ' 
I984,awa) Mar) 
1985, Memorial Stadium, 
22 29 

ni, 16 46 
Miami, OH (0-11 

1969, home, Mia 
Michigan I 

1985, away, Michig 
1989, away, Michij 

Michigan Mate 1 1-4 

I . \isai I I 

>tate,0-8 
1944, away, Michigan State, 

1946, away, Michigan Stale, 

14-26 
1944, away, Michigan State, 

Maryland, S4 7 
Minnesota i 
Neutral 

M.mi at 
Mississippi (1-1) 
Home ) ii. Km) <• 

1952, away, Mississippi, 14 21 

lome, Maryland, 
Mississippi State 1-0) 

Home: 1-0 

ome, Maryland 
Missouri 6-0 

Home I Neutral: 

1-0 

itor Bowl, Maryland, 
20-7 
1951, home, Maryland. 35-0 

me. Maryland 
I955,awa) Mi . 
Mi m. loseph's 2 ii 

1902, home. Mar 

1905. home. Maryland 
ML SL Mary's 14 

vay.MtSLMar) 

1902, away. Ml - 



Ml St Mary's.O .' 

1904, iv.. n. M iryland, 11-6 

i. Ml Si Mai 
Mt. Washington (0 I) 

V.i I) ii 

1906, away, Ml Washington, 

Navy (5-14 

Home I ' \i-.a-. ii 9, Neutral 

1905, away, Navy, 17 
1906 awa) Navy.O 12 

■in ,away,Navy,0 12 
I908,hoi 

1913 awa) Slav) 6 
wit,, home. Navy, : 1 1 
I917,a« : 
I930,awa) ■ 
1931, Griffith Stadium 

Marylam 

Itimore Stadium, 

Navj 
193 i away, Navy, 13 16 

I land, 15 21 
1951, Baltimore Stadium, 

Maryland, 10-21 

Maryland 18 

1958, Baltimore Stadium, 
Navy, 10-14 

1959, Baltimore Stadium, 
Navy, i i 12 

1963, away, Nat ) '-42 

1964, home Marj 
I965,away, Navy, 7 19 

\,n )ork I inieisitv 2 

Home. 1-0, Away: 1-0 

land, 10-7 
1918, home, Maryland, 6-2 
North Carolina (26-33-1) 
Home: 14-11-0, Away: 11 17 I 
Neutral l '■ 

ly, Maryland, 13-0 
1921, Baltimore Stadium, 

I'M . 1 16 
I922,away,l NI 
1923, home, Maryland, 14-0 
1924, away, Maryland,6 
imore Stadium, 
\. .0 16 
1926, home, Maryland, 14-6 
I927,awt 

1928, home, UNi 

1929, home, UNI 0-43 

1935, Baltimore Stadium, 
UNCO 13 

1936, away, t \ 

1947, Griffith Stadium I NI 

0-19 

it idium I NI 
20 49 
away, tie, " 

1951, home, Maryland. 14-7 

away, Maryland, 26-0 

1954, home, Maryland, 33-0 

iryland, 25-7 
,6-34 

1957, home. Maryland, 21-7 

1959, home, Mankind 

...ii, Maryland.::- 1" 

1961, home, I NI 

1962, home, Maryland, 

1963, home, UNI 

Maryland, 10-9 

!, inland. 33-24 
1970, home, UNI 

14-35 



Maryland ! I 

Mid 1 

r Maryland, 14-7 

1977, ho, ,- ' 

19 8 away, Maryland II 10 
19 9 Ilium . M iryland i i i 
1980, away, 1 NC3-I 

Maryland, II .' i 
1983, home, Maryland, 28 26 
I984,away, Maryl I, 14 .: I 

1985, home, Maryland, 7s 10 

1986, awa) UNi :0-3 

i '..i 14-2 
1988, away, Maryland, II 18 
1989, home, Maryland, 18-0 
l990,away,UN( , 10 14 
1991, away,! NI ,0-24 

1993, awa 

1995, home, Maryland, 12 18 
1996 awa] ' i 

199 home, UNI .411 14 
North Carolina St. 24-25 I 

I. ii . 12 10-2, \nai I i 12 
I 0-2-1 

D.i '. 
State, 6- 10 
1921, Baltimore Stadium, tic, 



6 

19:4. 
1946, 

1951, 

[9 ,0 

1961, 
1963, 

1964 
1965 

1968, 

1909. 
1971. 

1981. 

1989. 
1990. 
1991. 

1993. 



away, Mar) land, 7-6 
away, Maryland, 26 12 

home, tie 

away, N( Stall . ; 28 
home, tie, ii li 

J land, 14-0 
home Ni State, I I 16 
home, Maryland, 53-0 
,i\i,i\. Mar) land, 47 1 1 
awa) Mar) land, 7^ 14 
home. N( State 

land. 21-6 

Imiiu Maryland, 33-28 
,iii,ii NI State, 10-13 
home. Maryland 
away, M, inland. 14-6 

' Mate, 14-36 
.iii.u. M state, 13-14 
home, M State, 7-29 

.iii.li. \( state, 21-24 

■ State, 9-31 

.may, Ni State. 11-31 

Norfolk, NI 

Mai i land, 35-7 
away, tie 
.iii.u. NI S 
home. Maryland, 20- 10 

Mar) land, 17-22 
.iii.u, Maryland, 16-6 
away.Nt 

home, Maryland, 31-7 
away, N( 5tal 
home. Maryland 24-0 
away, Ma 
home. Maryland 
anal, Maryland 
home, Maryland 
away. Maryland, 31-17 
home. NI Statt 
away, NC stale. 14-47 
home. Maryland 
away.Nt. State, 6-10 
home, Man-land. 13-12 

home. V 

away. NC Stale. 21-44 

home. Nl 

away, Maryland 



l996,homi 

Northern Illinois 1 1 0) 

Home I 

1996, 1 

Ohio University I li 
Home: I - 1 

1965, 1 

1997, home, i lino, 14-21 

Oklahoma II I 

Home n I, \iv.u o I, Neutral: 

1953, Orange Bowl, Oklahoma, 

■ 

Bowl i U i.i 1 1 1 -in.. 

6 20 
1964, home, Oklal o 

i lklahoma,0 I i 
Olympia Athletic ( lub(l m 
Neutral I ii 
1902, Washington, D.I . 

Maryland, 6 
Orient Athletic Club (2-0) 
Homi 7 o 

1893, home. Maryland, 16-6 

1894, home, Maryland, (0 
Pennsylvania ( 1-4) 

Away: 1-3, Neutral: 0-1 
w::. aw.iv, Penns) It 

Maryland, 1-0 
tnklin held 
l'i i ni'.', v. .iin.i. 7 1 28 
1940, d\-.j\\ Pennsylvania, 0-51 

Pennsylvania Militan 
(2-1-1) 

Home: I I, An ,n I n 1 

tie 13-1 1 
l913,home,PMl 

Maryland, 26-0 
. Maryland, 14 1 1 
Penn State 1 1-35-1 1 
Home: 1-11. An, i 
Neutral: 0-7-1 

I9]7,away, Penn State.O 57 
1'enn State, 14-21 
Slate, 0-33 
1939, away, Penn State.O 12 
1943. home, Penn 
1944, away, Penn state, 19-54 

1960, away, Penn State, 9-28 

1961, home, Maryland, 21-17 

1962, away, Penn si 

1963, home. Penn State, 15-17 

1964, away, Penn Stal 
l965,home, Penn Slate, 7-19 

1966, away, Penn Si 

1967, home. Penn 

1969, away, Penn Si 

1970, home, Pei 

1971, away, Penn Si 

away, Penn State, 16-46 

1973, home, Penn State 

1974, away, Penn St 

1975, home, Penn Si 

1978, away, 1'enn Si 

19"9. home. Pent 

1980, home, Penn Stale, 10-24 

M-39 
1984. .iv, 

.me, Penn Sta- 
in, Penn 
State 

tentorial Stadium, tie, 
13-13 

1990, a,, 

1991. Memorial Stadium. Penn 



Pittsburgh (3-2) 

I980,awa 
l983,homi 

ml 10 . 

Princeton 

Randolph Macon 12-0-1 1 

II ' " 

i . Maryland, 54 

Richmond Army Air Base 
l 

1943, home, Maryland, 19-6 

Richmond (12-5-1) 

2, \w,iv 5-3-1 
. Richmond, 5 1 1 

1908 awa) 

1909, away, Richmond, 0-12 

Mill, .iii.u, Maryland, 22-0 

1911. home, Maryland, 12-0 

1917, home, Maryland, 46 

... Maryland, 45-0 

. . Maryland, 7i 

1924, home, Maryland, 38-0 

1 936, away, Maryland, 12-0 

1938, home, Richmond, 6-19 

Maryland,21-0 

1947 home, Maryland, IS 6 

I948,away, Maryla 

■ , Maryland. 31-7 

Rock Hill (3-1-1) 

Home 7 I, Y.v.H 1-0-1 

I898,away,tie 12 1. 

te, Maryland, 27-0 

1901. home. Rock 
1906, away, Maryland, 16 
1909. home, Maryl 
Rutgers 14-3) 

Home I 0, \uji 1 ; , Neutral: 
7-n 

and. 3-0 

1975. Philadelphia ' 

194D, Baltimore St 

Mary-land. 14-7 

1941, awai. Rutgei 

SL John's (18-11) 

Home 

il: 1-0 

1892, awa) 

land. 6-0 

1905. home, Mary-land. 27 5 

-.. St. John's, 0-6 
1911. home. St. |ol 

1913. ays-ay, Maryland, 13-0 

1914. away. Maryland. 2 

1915. home, Maryland . 



1930. horn 

1935. horn 

i i arol (17 11 

nd. 26-II 

1929, home. Sou! 

and. 19-1.3 
South ( .iiohn.i. 

1949, horn 

Mankind, 10 6 

1958. home 

1959, awa) 

1963, ^.<. 
13-21 

e. Mankind, 74 6 

1966, home, Maryland, 14 7 

south (-irolina.0-.3l 
nid.21-19 
rolina.0-17 

1 970. home. Maryland. 21-15 

1971, away, Soud 
Southern Methodist 2-0 
Home: I 

and. 14-6 
and, 7-0 
Swarthmore (0-1 
Home: 0-1 
1919, home. Swarthmore. 6-10 

Syracuse (14-18 2) 

Home: - 

land. 10-7 
1 92 Law ■ 

1935. Baltimore Stadium, tie. 
0-0 

1936. home. Manland. 20-0 

■idium. 
Man land. 13-0 

1939, hon 

1956, hom 
1959, awa) 
1961, home, Maryland 

1967, home, Syracuse, 3-7 
1969. hi 

1971.1, : 3-21 



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History 




Series Results 




1974, away, Maryland, 31-0 


1927, away, Vanderbilt, 20-39 


I4S8, away, Virginia. 23-24 


1958, away, Wake Forest, 0-34 


1908, home, Washington, 0-11 


|4i 12, awav. Western Marvland, 




1 i home, Maryland, 24-7 


1931, away, Vanderbilt, 12-34 


1989, home, Virginia, 21-48 


1959, home, Wake Forest,7-10 


1910, home, Maryland, 5-0 


6-26 




1976, away, Maryland, 42-28 


1932, Griffith Stadium, 


1990, away, Maryland, 35-30 


1960, away, Maryland, 14-13 


1911. awav, Washington, 5-17 


1903, Washington D.( 




1477, home, Maryland, 24-10 


Vanderbilt, 0-13 


1991, home, Maryland, 17-6 


1961, home, Maryland, 10-7 


1412, awav, Marvland, l-ll 


Maryland, 6-0 




1978, away, Maryland, 24-9 


1447, away, Maryland, 20-6 


1992, away, Virginia, 13-28 


1462. away, Mankind, 13-2 


1913, home, Marvland, 2-0 


1904, awav Western Maryland, 




1981, home, tie, 17-17 


1948, away, Vanderbilt, 0-34 


1443, home, Virginia, -'4 i , 


1963, away, Mankind. 32-0 


1914, awav Maryland, 3-0 


0-5 




1982, away, Maryland, 26-3 


1980, home, Maryland, 31-6 


1444, away, Virginia, 21-46 


1464, home, Wake Forest, 17-21 


141 5, home, Maryland, 28- 13 


1 905, home. Western 




1983, home, Maryland, 34-13 


1981, away, Vanderbilt, 17-23 


1443, home, Virginia, 18-21 


1965, away, Maryland, 10-7 


1920, home, Marvland, 27-0 


Maryland, 0-10 




1484, home, Syracuse, 7-23 


1983, away, Maryland, 21-14 


1996, away, Virginia, 3-21 


1466. home. Marvland, 34-7 


1424, home, Maryland, 23-0 


1910, awav, Western Maryland, 




1985, Cherry Bowl, Maryland, 


1484, home, Vanderbilt, 14-23 


1997, home, Virginia, o-45 


1967, away, Wake Forest, 17-35 


1423, home, . Mankind, 13-11 


3-17 




35-18 


I486, home, Maryland. 35-21 


Virginia Military (14-9-21 


1968, away, Wake Forest, 14-38 


1926, home, Maryland, 63-0 


1911, home. Western 




1987, away, Syracuse, 1 1-25 


1487, awav. Vanderbilt, 24-34 


Home: 4-4-0, Away: 7-5-2, 


1969, away, Maryland, 19-14 


1427. home. Marvland. 80-0 


Marvland. 0-6 




1988, away, Syracuse, 9-20 


Villanova (8-2) 


Neutral: 3-D 


1471. home. Wake Forest, 14-18 


1928, home, Maryland, 31-0 


1912, away, Maryland, 17-7 




1991, home, Syracuse, 17-31 


Home: 8-2 


1910, away, VMI, 0-8 


1972, home, Maryland, 23-0 


1424, home. Maryland, 34-7 


1913, home, Maryland, 46-0 




|44-i, away, Syracuse, 16-21 


1970, home, Villanova, 3-21 


1916, home, Maryland, 15-4 


19 ; away, Marvland. 37-0 


1930, home. Marvland, 60-6 


14 1 I. away, Western Marvland, 




Tech High (5-21 


1471, home, 3 ill va, 13-28 


1417, away. tie. 14-14 


1974. home, Marvland, 47-0 


1931, home. Marvland. 13-0 


13-20 




Hume: 4-2, Neutral: 1-0 


1472, home, Maryland, 37-7 


1918, away, Maryland, 7-6 


1975, away, Mankind, 27-0 


1932. home. Maryland. 63-0 


1915, home, Marvland, 31-0 




1 903, Washington, D.( 


1973, home. Maryland, 31-3 


1927, away, Maryland, 10-6 


1976, home. Maryland. 17-15 


West Virginia (16-17-2) 


1918, Homewood Field, 




Maryland, 27-0 


1474, home, Maryland, 41-0 


1928, away, tie, 0-0 


1977, away, Maryland, 35-7 


Home: 9-8-1, Away: 7-9-1 


Maryland, 19-14 




1906, home, Maryland, 5-0 


1473, home, Maryland, 4 1-0 


1424, awav. VMI, (.-7 


1978, home, Maryland, 39-0 


1414, awav, Wesi Virginia, 0-27 


1919, home, Marvland, 20-0 




1907, home, Maryland, 13-0 


1476, home, Maryland, 20-4 


1430, away, Marvland, 20-0 


1979, away, Wake Forest, 17-25 


1443, away, West Virginia, 2-6 


1928. home, Marvland, 13-6 




1908, home, lech, i 6 


hi-", home. Mankind, 14-13 


I931,away, Maryland, 41-20 


1980, home, Maryland, 11-10 


1444, home, tie.6-6 


1424, Baltimore Stadium, 




1909, home, leeh.li-ll 


1979, home, Maryland, 24-20 


1432, away, Marvland, 12-7 


1981. awav, Marvland. 45-33 


1445. awav, lie. 13-13 


Western Marvland. 0-12 




1911, home, Maryland, 6-0 


I486, home, Maryland, 7-3 


1933, away, VMI, 13-19 


1982, home, Maryland, 52-31 


l947,home, Mankind. 27-0 


1930, Baltimore Stadium, 




1912, home, Maryland, 31-6 


Virginia (37-23-2) 


1434. Baltimore stadium, 


1983, away, Maryland, 16- 13 


1948, away, West Virginia, 14-16 


Western Maryland, (1-7 




Temple (1-0) 


Home: 17-4-2, Awa] 1'' 1 i, 


Maryland, 23-0 


1484, home, Maryland, 38-17 


1444. home, Maryland, 47-7 


1931, Baltimore Stadium, 




Home: 0-0, Away: 1-0 


Neutral: l-l 


1435. away. Maryland, 6-0 


1483, away. Mankind. 26-3 


1950, away, Maryland, 41-0 


Marvland. 41-6 




1997, away, Maryland, 24-21 


1919, away, Maryland, 13-0 


1936, home, VMI, 7-13 


1986, home, Wake Forest, 21-27 


1951, home, Maryland, 54-7 


1432, Baltimore Stadium, 




Tennessee (2-5) 


1423. away, Virginia, 0-6 


1437, awav Maryland, 9-7 


1987, away, Maryland, 14-0 


1959, home. Maryland. 27-7 


Western Marvland. 7-34 




Hume 0- 1 , Away: 0-2, Neutral: 


1926, home, tie, 6-6 


1938, home, VMI, 14-47 


1988, home, Wake Forest, 24-27 


I960, away, Maryland, 31-8 


1933, home. Western 




2-2 


1427. away, Virginia, (1-21 


1939, away, VMI, 14-47 


1989, away, Maryland, 27-7 


1966, home, Maryland, 28-9 


Maryland, 7-13 




1951, Sugat Bowl, Maryland, 


1928, home, Maryland, 18-2 


1940, home, VMI, 0-20 


1440, home, Maryland, 41-13 


1964, awav, Wesi Viigmj, 7-31 


1433, Baltimore Stadium, 




2S-I3 


1424, home, tie, 13-13 


1941, home, VMI, 0-27 


1441. away, Maryland, 23-22 


1970, home, West Virginia, 


Maryland, 22-7 




1956, away, Tennessee, 7-34 


1430. awav, Maryland. 14-6 


I942,away,\ Ml 29 


1992, home, Wake Forest, 23-30 


10-20 


1436. Baltimore stadium. 




1437, home. Tennessee, 0-16 


1431, home, Maryland, 7-6 


1443. Roanoke. Maryland, 34-21 


1443. awav. Marvland, 33-32 


1473. home. Wesi Virginia, 


Western Marvland, 1 2 




1974, Libert) Bowl, lennessee, 


1432, away, Virginia, 6-7 


1444. Roanoke, Mankind, 8-6 


1444, home. Mankind, 31-7 


13-20 


1937 home, Mai viand, 6-ll 




3-7 


1433, away, Virginia, 0-6 


14.13, home Maryland, 18-0 


1443, awav, Maryland, 9-6 


1476, away, Maryland, 24-3 


1938, Baltimore stadium 




1473, away, Tennessee, 8-26 


1934, home, Maryland, 20-0 


147 I , home, Marvland, 38-0 


1996, home, Maryland, 52-0 


1477, home, Wesi Virginia, 


Mai viand, 14-8 




1483, < Jims Bowl, lennessee. 


193 i away, Mai ) land, 14-7 


1472, home, Marvland, 28-16 


1997, away, Wake Forest, 17-35 


16-24 


1939, Baltimore Stadium, 




23-30 


1936, away, Maryland, 21-0 


Virginia Tech (15-11) 


Walbrook Athletic Club (0-1 ) 


1980, away, Maryland, 14-11 


Mankind, 12-11 




|48-i, sun Bowl, Maryland, 


1437. away, Maryland, 3-0 


Home. 3-3, Awav 7-5, Neutral: 


Way: 0-1 


1481 , home, Wesi Virginia, 


1440, Baltimore Stadium, 




28-27 


1938, home, Virginia, 14-27 


5-3 


1901, away, Walbrook, 0-36 


13-17 


M.ii viand. 6-0 




Texas (0-3) 


1939, away, Virginia, 7-13 


1919, home, Va. Tech, 0-6 


Washington 10-1) 


1482, awav, Wesi Virginia, 


1941, home. lie. 6-6 




Home: 0-1, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 


1940, home, Virginia, 6-19 


142(1, away, Marvland, 7-0 


Neutral: 0-1 


18-14 


1942, home, Maryland, 51-0 




4-1 


19 13, away, Maryland, 27-12 


"21, Washington, In . 


1982, \loha Bowl, Washington, 


1983, home, West Virginia, 


Western Michigan ( 1-0) 




1959, away, Texas, 26 


194 1, away, Virginia, 0-39 


Maryland, 10-7 


20-21 


21-31 


Home: 1-0 




I4i.ll, home, Iotas, (1-34 


1944, Griffith Stadium, 


l922,away,Va lech.O 21 


Washington & Lee (13-5-2) 


1984, away, .Mankind, 20-17 


1484, home, Marvland.: 1 




1978, Sun Bowl, les.is,li-42 


Virginia, 7- is 


1923 Griffith Stadium, Va, 


1 lome 6-3-2, Away: 3-2, 


1483, home. Mankind, 2S-0 


William 8i Mary (1-2) 




Texas A8<M (0-2) 


1945, Griffith Stadium, 


lech, 9-16 


Neutral: 4-0 


I486, awav, Maryland, 21-3 


Home 0-1, \vv.iv 1 1 




Home 0-1, \way:0-l 


Marvland, 14-13 


1924, home, Va, levh.o-12 


142 1, home. We, 1 , 7-19 


198 home, Maryland, 25-20 


1905 awa) Maryland 17 




1957,away, IexasA8tM, 1 1-21 


1957, home, Maryland, 12-0 


l925,away,Va lech.O- 1 


1925, home, W 8i 1,3-7 


1988. away, West Virginia, 


1945 lunik W & M, 14-33 




|43,s.horne. lev.is VVM. Ill 1 1 


|43,s, away, Mar} land, 44-n 


1926, Norfolk, Va lech,8-24 


i" i, awa) w 7. I o I 


24-33 


1946 awaj V, 8tM n 




si tl Aiiiiv * nips 1 II 


l959,home, Maryland, - i; 


1927, away, Man kind, 13-7 


1927, home, W8i 1,6-13 


1989, home. West Virginia, 


Yale (2-8-11 




Neutral: 1-0 


I960, away, Maryland, 44-12 


I42,s,.iw,iv, V.i lech, 6 9 


1928, away, Mankind, i, 


10-14 


\vv.iv 2 S 1 




19 ! :, Homewood 1 ...M, Bait.. 


'ii,] , away, Virginia, 16-28 


1424, awav. Mankind. 24-0 


run, home. Maryland, 41 1 


ooo, home, Maryland, 14-10 


1919, away, Yale, SI 




Maryland, 7-0 


1962, home, Maryland, 40-18 


14 1(1, away, Maryland, 13-7 


1931, home Maryland, 13-7 


1991 away, Wesi 3 irginia, 7- ; " 


1921, away, Yale, 28 




lulane (4-2i 


1963. home, Maryland, 21-6 


1931, away, Maryland, 20-0 


1932, away, Maryland, 6-0 


1992, away, Wesi \ irginia, 






1-0, \vv.iv 1 2 


1964 awa) Maryland, 10 


|4<2, home.Va Tech.O 23 


1411, home. Mankind, S3-13 


13-34 


192 sawn. Vile. It 16 




1933, away, lulane.O 20 


196 i home, 3 irginia 


1933, Norfolk, Va [ech.6-7 


|41). avv.lv, W 8 1 i 


1993, home, West Virginia, 


192 k.iu.iv Vlle.ll 1 




i- M ii .1 ' " 


1966, away, Virginia, 17-41 


1934, Norfolk, Mankind, 14-4 


193 home, lie, (1-0 




192 i, iway.Yale 14-43 




!■ Maryland,31-7 


196 home, v , irginia 1 


14 15, Baltimore Stadium, 


1936, Baltimore Stadium, 


1994, away, Mankind, 7-1-1 ) 


19 a,, away, Maryland i i 




1981, awa) lulane ' 1 1 


1968, away, Virginia 


M.ii , kind, 


M.ii viand, 19-6 


1995, home, Maryland, 11 1 


192 ..iw.iv Yal 




1994,homi Maryland, 38-10 


1969 home Maryland, 17-14 


1936, Roanoke, Maryland, 6-0 


1937, Baltimore Stadium, 


1996, away, West Virginia, i 1 


away, Maryland 




1995, away, Maryland, 29 10 


1970, away, Maryland, 17 14 


1945 away.Va lech, 1 1 31 


Mankind, 8 II 


1997, home, Wesi \ irginia, 


1929, away, tie, 13-13 




1 i ( 3(1-1) 


147 1, home. Virginia, ' 29 


1946 koine. Mankind, 6 11 


19 18 Ikikn Stadium, 


14-31 


1930 awa) Yali i ; 10 




Home 1 O.Awaj II 1 


ri : away, Mai v land 


194 , .tii.n. Mankind, 71 14 


Maryland, 14 1 1 


Western High 1 






I954,away, UCLA, 12 


1973, home, Maryland, 13 


1948, Griffith Stadium, 


"in, home, tie, 


Horn, o o 






1955, home, Maryland 


tryland, 10-0 


Marylam 


1941, home, Mankind. 6 ] 


1900, home, tie 






Universit) ol Maryland 


1975, home, M 


14 19, away, Mankind 1 


1942. home. Mankind, )2 28 


Western Maryland 1 17-14-1) 








1976, away, Maryland 


.Iiome. M.mk 


14 lo, Baltimore Stadium, 


Home 1 s | Aw.iv v , 






Ii, ii n 




iome Maryland, 20-13 


Mankind ' 1 


Nl im.il ' 1 






. it) ol 


1978, away, Maryland, 


199 1 away.Va Ink, 


19 il.away, Maryland, <i 1 1 


1893. away, Maryland, 18-10 






Ml.l.ll . 


19 9 ii Maryland 


Wake lores! Ill 12 1) 


|9 i • koine, 31. ml. ui,l I 


I84.|. home, Marvland 12 






Maryland, 11-0 


1980, away, Maryland 11 


1 lome: 16 6, Way: 1 7-6-1 


Washington < ollege (19-3-1) 


96 I-, t) Maryland 






1401, li.lllllll-,- 


1981. home Maryland If 


home, Mankind, 74 1 ) 


Home 15-1, 3vv.iv 1 


iw.iv. Western Mankind. 








ray, Maryland, 15-14 


1943, home. Mankind, 1 I 7 


I894,away, Maryland i 










■ mi, Maryland 


1944, away, Wake Fori 


1902 away, tic 


torni Wi ii in 






l912,home, Maryland 


way, Maryland 


I954,away,tii 


1903, home, Mankind, 28 (1 


M.ii i kn 






Vanderbill i 


1 imc, Maryland 


14, ., home, Maryland 


|4o.,au.n. Washing 


1901, homi 3, 






1 lomc 




1956, away, Maryland, fi 


I906,homi Maryland 


id. 16 








1987, 1 


14. , home, m 


■ md 







130 



1892(13-0) 

015 .ii Si lohn's I 0-50 

026 i Kv.ni Athletic ( lub W 12 

N3 lohns Hopkins I ii 62 

i lifton Park. Baltimore) 

N19 Episcopal High I. 0-16 

1893(6 0) 

i 'l ' Eastern High W 16 

021 CentralHigh V\ 10 

026 Baltimore! it) l ollege .....W 14-0 

\l St. John's V\ 6-0 

Ml atWestern Maryland V\ 18 10 

\r Orient Athletic Club w 16 6 

1894(4-3 0) 

O10 Orient Athletic Cluh W 10-0 

012 Western Maryland W i2 

020 .ii Washington* ollege W I Mi 

027 .it m lohn's i i' 26 

M Georgetown \\ 6 l 

N21 al i olonial 

Athletic Club I 0-26 

N29 .n Ml Sl Mar) s I 24 

1895 -NO TEAM 

1896(6-2-2) 

O10 Eastern High I- 0-6 

017 Gallaudel T 0-0 

021 Business High W J4-0 
i entralHigh V\ 10-6 

\t Uexandria High W 18-0 

N10 Bethel Militarj W 20-10 

Episcopal High I 0-6 

N14 at Western Maryland W 16-6 

l entralHigh.... W 14-0 

N21 University of Maryland T 0-0 

1897(2-4-0) 

016 (entralHigh W 24-6 

O20 Eastern High W 4-0 

O30 [ohns Hopkins I 0-30 

N13 at St. John's L 4-6 

\l Gallaudet L 6-16 

N20 Baltimore Medical I 0-10 

(Electric Park) 

1898(2-5-1) 

014 Columbia 1. 5-17 

015 at Western Maryland L 0-32 

Eastern High W 4-0 

022 Gallaudet... L 0-33 

026 .it Rock Hill T 12-12 

029 .it lohns Hopkins 1. 0-16 

\2 at Episcopal High L 0-37 

N5 atRockHill W 27-0 

1899(1-4) 

014 Western Maryland L 0-21 

astern High W 22-0 

028 al lohns Hopkins 1 40 

N8 at Delaware L 0-32 

Ml at St. John's L 0-62 

1900(3-4-1) 

012 Western High T 0-0 

O20 Gibraltar Athletic Club L 0-17 

leorgetown Prep I- 0-5 

piscopalHigh L 6-34 




1893: In just its second year of organized football, the Maryland Aggies finished the season with a record of 6-0-0. 



M2 Georgetown Prep W 15-0 

NI3 GonzagaHigh L 5-11 

N24 GonzagaHigh W 2] 

N29 at( harlotteHall 

Athletic Club W 21-6 

1901 (1-7-0) 



N14 Western Man land W 6-0 

(Washington, D.C.i 
N2l University of Maryland W 11-0 

N27 Delaware I 0-16 

(Wilmington 

1904(2-4-2) 



1907(3-6-0) 



S2X Te 



Hit 



05 at Delaware L 

016 Callaudet L 

1114 lohns Hopkins L 

(American Legion Park) 

O30 Central High.'. L 

N9 Rock Hill... L 

N13 US Marines W 

N16 atWalbrook 

Athletic Club L 

N23 Western Mai viand L 

1902(3-5-2) 



6-24 
10-11 

(1-6 

0-11 

5-16 
27-0 

0-36 

0-36 



0-22 
0-0 
0-0 

II -6 

0-5 
0-6 



II-1N 



( 115 Georgetown 1 

018 ML St. Joseph's W 

022 Columbia W 

025 Olympia Athletic Club W 

Washington D.C. 

M at Washington (ollege I 

N8 at Mt. St. Mary's 1 

N15 at Western Maryland I 

N19 University ol Maryland L 

N22 Johns Hopkins L 

(American Legion Park) 
N29 Delaware T 

1903(7-4-0) 



0-27 
5-0 

11-10 
6-0 

0-0 

0-5 
6-26 

n 5 
0-17 

0-0 



S24 at Georgetown L 

01 Randolph Macon T 

08 at Fort Monroe T 

013 at Ml. si Mary's W 

022 at Western Maryland L 

N5 University of Mai viand L 

(Baltimore 

N19 at Gallaudet W 

N26 Delaware L 

Wilmington i 

1905(6-4-0) 

07 Baltimore Poly Institute ....W 20-0 

014 Gallaudet W 16-0 

021 Western Maryland L 0-10 

025 al Navy L 0-17 

028 Mt.St. loseph's V\ 28-0 

M at William & Mary W 17-0 

Nil St lohn's W 27 -5 

Ms at Washington College L 0-17 

N25 University of Maryland W 23-5 

N30 at Delaware 1 0-12 

1906(5-3-0) 



ir. 
09 



Georgetown 

.ii Richmond 

at Navy 

012 at Mt.st. Mar) s 

026 < leorge Washington 

(Griffith Stadium, 

Washington, D.C.) 
N9 at Washington College.. 

N16 St. lohn's 

N23 at i lallaudet 



,.W 

.1 

.1 
,.L 
..I 

w 



0-10 
5-11 
0-12 
6-12 
1 1-0 



..W 10-5 
..I. 0-16 
,.L 0-5 



1908(4-7-0) 



S26 Tech High 

S30 CentralHigh 

i )3 al Richmond 

O10 at lohns Hopkins 

(>14 Nav) 

017 Gallaudet 

024 at George Washington.. 

03] at Iredricksburg 

N7 Baltimore Poly 

M4 st lohns 

N21 Washington College 



..L 

.1 
..L 
..L 
..W 
..L 
..w 
w 

..L 
..L 



5-6 

5-0 

0-10 
0-57 
5-0 
0-57 
10-0 
12-0 
0-31 
0-11 



1909(2-4-0) 



S28 
02 
07 
Oil 

017 



Georgetown L 0-28 

Clifton Athletic W 5-0 

Gunton Temple W 21-0 



Washington College W 28 

al St. lohn's L 0-18 

(>2S lech High W 2" 

Washington I U 

031 at Columbia W 6-0 

N7 at Ml St. Mans L 0-2 



S29 Tech High W 

06 Baltimore City W 

O10 at Navy L 

013 Georgetown L 

nth Stadium, 
Washington. . 

O20 at Mt. Washington L 

N10 at St. John's W 

N17 at Rock Hill W 

N24 Washington (ollege W 



5-0 

11-12 



2n-4 
16-0 



S25 lech High 

i )2 at Richmond 

09 at lohns Hopkins 

016 Rock Hill 

George Washington.. 
Griffith stadium, 
Washington. D.C. I 
at Gallaudet 



..L 0-11 

..L 0-12 

..I. 0-9 

..W 5-0 

..L 0-26 



N6 



1910(5-3-1) 



..W 14-12 



entral High 

Ol at Richmond 

at lohns Hopkins 

015 Catholic 

019 George Washington. 



..W 12-0 

..W 22-0 

..T 11-11 

..W 6-0 



131 



Griffith Stadium, 

Washington, D.C.) 

N5 Washington College W 5-0 

N12 at Virginia Military L 0-8 

N19 at St. John's L 0-6 

N24 at Western Maryland L 3-17 

1911 (4-5-1) 

Central High L 0-14 

lech High W 6-0 

S30 Richmond W 12-0 

014 Fredricksburg W 5-0 

021 lohns Hopkins L 3-6 

028 Catholic T 6-6 

N4 St. lohn's L 0-27 

Nil at Washington College L 5-17 

N18 Western Maryland L 0-6 

N25 Gallaudet W 6-2 

1912(7-1-1) 

S28 Tech High W 31-6 

05 Richmond W 46-0 

013 at lohns Hopkins W 13-0 

019 University of Maryland W 58-0 

02h at St. lohn's L 0-27 

N9 Gallaudet W 13-7 

N16 al Washington College W 1-0 

N23 at Western Maryland W 1 7-7 

N30 at Pennsylvania Military. ...T 13-13 

1913(6-3-0) 

S27 Baltimore City W 27-0 

04 Richmond VV 45-0 

Oil at lohns Hopkins W 26-0 

018 Western Maryland W 46-0 

025 at Navy L 0-76 

N8 at St. lohn's W 13-0 

N14 Washington College W 2-0 

N22 Gallaudet L 0-13 

N27 Pennsylvania Military L 7-27 

(Thanksgiving) 

1914(5-30) 

526 Baltimore Poly L 0-6 

03 Catholic W 6-0 

Old at Western Maryland 1, 13-2(1 

(124 ,u lohns Hopkins W 14-0 

027 at St. John's W 27-14 

N6 at Washington College W 3-0 

N14 at Gallaudet 1. 0-23 

N26 at Pennsylvania Military.... W 26-0 
l hanksgiving) 

1915(6-3-0) 

S25 Baltimore Poly W 31-0 

02 atHaverford 1. 0-7 

09 at Catholic L 0-16 

( H6 Gallaudet W 10-2 

(>2i Pennsylvania Militar) W 14-13 

O30 St. lohn's V\ 27 11 

Nl, Washington College W 28 I ) 

\l I Western Maryland u 51-0 

i ii lohns Hopkins I (i 1 

[ li.ml igiving) 

1916(6-2-0) 

Oh Dickinson \\ 6 

Oil at Navy I I I 

irginia Military \\ I 9 

025 Haverford I 



V 

N23 ai New York University W 




1926: In a series that began in 1894 and ended in 1932, Maryland posted an 
all-time record of 19-3-1 vs. Washington College, winning this game 63-0. 



N30 at lohns Hopkins 
(Thanksgiving) 

1917(4-3-1) 



W 54-0 



06 Delaware 

013 at Navy 

O20 al Virginia Military. ... 

027 Wake Forest 

N3 North Carolina State . 
(Washington, D.C.) 

N10 St. lohn's 

N17 at Penn State 

N30 at Johns Hopkins 



.W 
,.L 
..T 
W 
,.L 

,.W 
.1 

..w 



20-0 
0-62 
14-14 
29-13 
6-10 

14-3 

0-57 

7-0 



1918(4-1-1) 



026 American 

N2 at Virginia Military.... 
N9 Western Maryland 

(Baltimore) 
N16 New York University.. 
N23 St. lohn's 

(Baltimore) 
N28 at Johns Hopkins 

(Thanksgiving i 

1919(5-4-0) 



..1. 6-13 

,.W 7-6 

,.W 19-0 

,.W 6-2 

,.W 19-0 

,.T 0-0 



i )4 Swarthmore 

t>l 1 at Virginia 

018 ai West \ irginia 
( 125 Virginia Ii 

M at Yale 

N8 at St. lohn's 

N15 l atholic 

item Mini. m,l 
N27 al lohns Hopkins,. 
(Thanksgiving 

1920(7-2-0) 



.1 

..w 
I 

..1. 

..1 

. w 
w 
w 



6-10 
13 n 


0-6 
0-31 

27 (I 
I I ii 

'ii ii 

I! II 



Randolph Macon 

1 il Rul ;i : 

09 at Princeton 

' 116 vVa inn ".hi I -'II, j>| 



< i. 1 1 at Vi 



lech 



w 
..1. 

i 
..VV 

. u 



54 

0-6 

0-35 

i 



030 at North Carolina W 13-0 

N6 at Catholic W 14-0 

N13 at Syracuse W 10-7 

N25 lohns Hopkins W 24-7 

(Thanksgiving) 

1921(3-5-1) 

01 at Rutgers W 3-0 

08 at Syracuse L 0-42 

015 St. lohn's 1. 3-7 

022 Virginia Tech W 10-7 

(Washington, D.C.) 

029 North Carolina 1 7-16 

(Baltimore stadium I 

N5 at Yale 1 0-28 

N12 at Catholic W 16-0 

N19 al Carnegie Tech 1 0-21 

N24 North Carolina State T 6-6 

(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 

1922(4-5-1) 

S30 3rd Army W 7-0 

(Homewood Field. Baltimore! 

07 at Richmond T no 

014 ai Pennsylvania I 0-12 

(121 al Princeton 1 16 

028 al North Carolina 1 3-27 

Nl ,ii Virginia lech I, 0-21 

Nil at Yale 1 I 15 

N1S al lohns Hopkins W 3 

N '• .ii t atholic W >4 

N30 al North Carolina Stale W 6 

( Thanksgn in;: 

1923(7 2 1) 

S29 Randolph Macon. . . U 

('" ,u Pennsylvania VV 

01 I Richmond \\ 13-0 

1 120 Virginia lech I 9 16 

i Iriffith Stadium 

Washington 

' orth i arolina . . ,W 14-0 

N3 si. lohn's Vt 



N10 at Yale L 14-16 

N17 at North Carolina State W 26-12 

N24 Catholic W 40-6 

N29 lohns Hopkins T 6-6 

(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 

1924(3-3-3) 

S27 Washington College W 23-0 

04 Washington & Lee L 7-19 

Oil Richmond W 38-0 

018 Virginia Tech L 0-12 

025 al North Carolina W 6-0 

Nl at Catholic T 0-0 

NS at Yale L 0-47 

N15 North Carolina State T 0-0 

N27 [ohns Hopkins T 0-0 

(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 

1925(2-5-1) 

S26 Washington College W 13-0 

O10 Rutgers W 16-0 

(Philadelphia) 

017 at Virginia Tech L 0-3 

024 al Virginia L 0-6 

031 North Carolina L 0-16 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

N7 at Yale L 14-43 

NI4 Washington & Lee L 3-7 

N26 lohns Hopkins T 7-7 

(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 

1926(5-4-1) 

S25 Washington College W 63-0 

02 at South Carolina L 0-12 

09 at Chicago 1. 0-21 

016 Virginia Tech L S-24 

( Norfolk, Va.) 

023 North Carolina W 14-6 

O30 Gallaudet W 38-7 

Nh at Yale W 15-0 

NI3 Virginia T 6-6 

N20 al Washington & lee I 0-3 

N25 lohns Hopkins W 17-14 

(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 

1927(4-7-0) 

S24 Washington College W son 

01 South ( arolina W 26-0 

08 ai North Carolina I 6 7 

015 at Virginia Tech W 15 7 

022 al Virginia Military W In 6 

029 Washington 8i Ice I 6-13 

N5 at Yale.. 1. 6-30 

N12 at Virginia 1. 21 

NI9 atVanderbilt I 20 )9 

N2I lohns Hopkins I 13 II 

(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium 

D3 al Honda 1 

1928(6-3-1) 

S29 Washington I ollege W 11 

in-. North Carolina I 9 

OI3 ai South I arolina I 7-21 

ii.'" Western Maryland W 13 6 

027 ai Virginia Military T 0-0 

N I .ii Virginia lech .1 6-9 

Nln ,u Vile \\ 6 D 

Nl Virginia V\ 18-2 

N2I at Washington & lee \\ 6 

N29 lohns Hopkins W 26-6 

I hanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 



132 



Terp Year-By-Year Results 



192914-4-2) 

S ! Washington ( ollege \\ ; i 

I 15 North < arolina I i s 

012 South ( arolina 1- 6-26 

019 Gallaudel W i ( 6 

1 1 !6 .ii Virginia Mil it.it \ I 6 

N2 Virginia I 13-13 

N9 at Yale I 13-13 

N16 at Virginia Tech V\ 'in 

N28 lohns Hopkins V\ 19 B 

(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 

D7 Western Maryland I 12 

[Baltimore Stadium) 

1930(7-4-0) 

S27 Washington College W 60-6 

04 .ii Yale., 1. 13-40 

oil .ii North Carolina I 21 28 

ois St. Urn's V\ 21 13 

025 at Virginia Militar) to 20 

Nl atVirginia \\ 14-6 

N8 Washington & I ee w 1 1 

N 1 5 at \ irginia lech \\ 13-7 

N22 .ii Navy I 0-6 

N27 lohnsHopkins W 21-0 

(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 

I in Western Maryland I 0-7 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

1931(8-1-1) 

S26 Washington ( ollege W 13-0 

03 Virginia to " 6 

O10 Navj W 6-0 

(Griffith Stadium, 

Washington, 1 1 1 

017 Kentuck) T 6-6 

024 atVirginia Militar) W 11-20 

031 at Virginia Tech to 20-0 

\" atVanderbill I 12-39 

N21 Washington & Lee W 13-7 

N26 lohns Hopkins W 35-14 

(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 

D5 Western Maryland W 41-6 

Baltimore Stadium) 

1932(5-60) 

S25 Washington College W 63-0 

Ol atVirginia L 6-7 

08 Virginia Tech I 0-23 

015 .it Duke L 0-3-1 

022 St. John's W 24" 

029 atVirginia Military W 12-7 

N5 Vanderbilt i 0-13 

Griffith Stadium. 
Washington, 1 1 1 

N12 Navy..... 1 7 28 

Baltimore Stadium 

N19 at Washington 8t I ee W 6-0 

N24 lohns Hopkins W 23 

Ihanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 

D3 Western Maryland I 7-39 

Baltimore Stadium) 

1933 (3-7-0/1 -4-0 SC, 8th)) 

S30 St. John's W 20-0 

07 Virginia Tech L 0-14 

Norfolk, Va.) 

014 atTulane I 0-20 

021 at Virginia Military 1. 13-19 

028 Western Maryland 1 7-13 

N4 at Virginia L 0-6 

XII Duke' I 7-38 

X18 at lohns Hopkins W 27-" 




1952: Dick Modzelewski (left) and Jack Scarbath earned consensus All-America 
honors. In addition, Modzelewski was the Outland Trophy winner and Scarbath 
finished second in the Heisman Trophy vote. 



N23 Washington & I ee W 33-13 

(Thanksgiving) 

D2 Florida.. L 0-19 

Tampa) 

1934 (7-3-0/3-1-0 SC,T-3rd) 

S29 St. John's W 13-0 

06 at Washington & Lee L 0-7 

013 at Navy...' L 13-16 

020 Virginia Tech W 14-9 

Norfolk, Va. ) 

02" Honda W 21-0 

(Baltimore Stadium I 

N3 Virginia W 20-0 

Xin Virginia Military W 23-0 

i Baltimore Stadium) 

N17 at Indiana L 14-17 

X24 Georgetown W 6-0 

N29 lohnsHopkins to 19-0 

i Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium I 

1935 (7-2-2/3-1-1 SC, 3rd) 

S28 St. lohn's W 39-6 

05 \ irginia Tech W " 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

012 North Carolina L 0-33 

Baltimore Stadium) 

019 at Virginia Military W 6-0 

026 at Honda W 20-6 

X2 atVirginia W 14 " 

N9 Indiana L 7-13 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

N16 Washington & Lee I 

M23 Georgetown W 12-6 

Bth Stadium, 

Washington, D.C. I 

\> Syracuse T 0-0 

(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 



D4 Western Maryland W 22-7 

Baltimore Stadium) 

1936 (6-5-0/3-2-0 SC, T-5th) 

S26 St. lohn's W 20-0 

in Virginia Tech W 6-0 

Roanoke, Va. 

Old at North Carolina L 0-14 

017 at Virginia W 21 

024 Syracuse W 20-0 

031 at Honda L 6-7 

N7 at Richmond W 12-0 

N14 Virginia Military L 7-13 

N21 Georgetown 1. 6-7 

N26 Washington 8i Lee W 19 6 

(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium i 

D5 Western Maryland L 0-12 

'Baltimore Stadium) 

1937 (8-2-0/2-0-0 SC, 1st) 

s2^ St. lohns W 25-0 

02 Pennsylvania I 21-28 

Franklin Field) 

09 Western Maryland W 6-0 

016 atVirginia W 3-0 

023 Syracuse =T W 13-0 

Baltimore Stadium) 

O30 Florida W 13-7 

N6 atVirginia Military W L| 7 

XI 3 at Perm State L 14-21 

N20 Georgetown W 12-2 

(Griffith Stadium 
X25 Washington 8t Lee W 8-0 

Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium ) 

1938 (2-7-0/1-20 SC, 12th) 

S24 Richmond L 6-19 



1 IVnn State I 0-33 

ii , 
Ol i Wi ui,l W 14-8 

ija 

..III 17 
NI2 ..( I 

X24 Washington Si Lee W 19 I S 

(Thanksgiving, Baltimore Stadium) 

1939 (2-7-0/0-1 OSC, 14th) 

Siii Hampden Sydney W 25-0 

land .. .. to 
(Baltimore Stadiui 

014 .it Virginia 1. 7-12 

021 at Rutgers I 12 25 

028 Florida I 0-14 

XI .n IVnn State 1 o 12 

XII Georgetown I 0-20 

(Griffith Stadium, 

Washington l" 

N18 ,ii i.iii I 14-47 

N30 Syrai usi I 7-10 

(Thanksgiving) 

1940 (2 61/011 SC, 12th) 

S28 Hampden Jydne .1 6 

05 at Pennsylvania i 

012 Virginia I 6-19 

019 .it Honda I 0-19 

i 12 i Western Maryland W 6 

Baltimore Stadium) 

N9 i leorgetown = L * I 0-41 

N16 Virginia Militar) I. 0-20 

N2I Rutgers W II 7 

Thanksgiving. Baltimore Stadium 
N30 Washington & Tee 1 

1941 (3-5-1/1-2-0 SC, 12th) 

S27 Hampden -Sydney W 18-0 

04 Western Maryland T 6-6 

mi Duke#4 1 

(Baltimore Stadium 

(US Honda W [3-12 

025 at Pennsylvania #12 1. 6-55 

Nl at Rutgers 1 20 

X'S Georgetown I. 0-26 

' Iriffith Stadium, 
ngton I Li . 

XI? Virginia Military I 0-27 

N20 Washington 8c Lee W 6-0 

1942 (7-2-0/1-2-0 SC, 13th) 

onnecticut to 

03 Lakehurst Naval W 14-0 

OKI Rutgers W 27-13 

D17 atVirginia Military I 0-29 

024 Western Maryland W 51-0 

031 Florida W 13-0 

(Griffith Stadium, 

Washington. IX . 

X" at Duke' 1 0-42 

X)4 atVirginia W 27-12 

X'21 Washington & Lee V, 

1943 (4-5-0/2-0-0 SC, 2nd) 

S25 Curtis Bay Coast Guard ....1 

W 13-7 

09 Richmond Army 

Air Base ...W 19-6 

016 at West Virginia L 2-6 

023 Penn State L 0-45 

O30 at Greenville Air Base W 



133 



Terp Year-By-Year Results 



N6 .1! Virginia L 0-39 

N13 Bainbridge Naval L 0-46 

N25 Virginia Military W 34-2 i 

(Roanoke, Va.) 

1944 (1-7-1/1-1-0 SC, 6th) 

S29 Hampden-Sydney L 0-12 

07 at Wake Forest L 0-39 

014 West Virginia T 6-6 

021 Michigan State L 0-8 

N4 Virginia L 7-18 

(Griffith Stadium, 

Washington, D.C.) 

Nil at Michigan State L 0-33 

N18 at Fenn State L 19-34 

N25 at Florida L 6-14 

N3II Virginia Military W 8-6 

(Thanksgiving, Roanoke, Va.) 

4 5 (6-2-1/3-2-0 SC,T-5th) 

S28 Guilford College W 60-6 

06 at Richmond W 21-0 

012 U. S. Merchant Marine W 22-6 

02(1 at Virginia Tech I. 13-21 

027 at West Virginia T 13-13 

N3 William & Mary L 14-33 

N10 Virginia Military W 38-0 

N24 Virginia #13 W 19-13 

(Griffith Stadium, 

Washington, D.C.) 
Dl at South Carolina W 19-13 

1946 (3-6-0/2-50 SC, 12th) 

S28 HainhridgeNav.il W 54-0 

04 Richmond 1, 7-37 

012 at North Carolina L 0-33 

018 Virginia Tech W 6-0 

N2 at William & Mary L 7-41 

N9 South Carolina L 17-21 

N16 Washington & Lee W 24-7 

(Baltimore Stadium) 

N23 at Michigan Stale L 14-26 

N30 al North Carolina State L 7-28 

1947(7 2-2/3-2-1 SC,T-6th) 

S27 at South Carolina W 19-13 

03 Delaware W 43-19 

OKI Richmond W 18-6 

018 atDuke#17 L 7-19 

025 .ii Virginia Tech W 21-19 

Nl West Virginia W 27-0 

N8 at Duquesne W 12 

NI5 North Carolina #19 1 0-19 

(Griffith Stadium, 

Washington, D.( .) 

N22 .ii Vanderbilt W 20 6 

N29 North ( arolina State I 0-0 

Ii GATOR BOW1 

m I 20 20 

1948 (6-4 -0/4 2-0 SC, 6th) 

Richmond W 19-0 

02 at Delaware W 21-0 

rginia lech W 28-0 

1 , nihil] Stadium, 
Washington, I ' I 

i H6 Duke 18 1. 12-13 

i Iriffith Stadium, 
Washington, I M 

GeorgeWashin [ton W i 

fith Stadium, 
ington, I ».< 
i 
N6 at south ( arolina V\ 



1953 

National Champs 




1953: Ranked No. 9 in the preseason, the Terps posted a record of 10-1 and 
claimed the national championship. 



N13 North Carolina #6 L 20-49 

(Griffith Stadium, 

Washington, D.C) 

N20 at Vanderbilt L 0-34 

N27 at West Virginia L 14-16 

1949 (9-1 -0/4-0-0 SC, 2nd) 

S24 at Virginia Tech W 34-7 

S30 Georgetown W 33-7 

08 at Michigan State #13 L 7-14 

(>22 at North Carolina State W 14-6 

029 South Carolina W 44-7 

N5 George Washington W 40-14 

N 12 at Boston Univ. #15 W 14-13 

N24 =15 West Virginia W 47-7 

D2 #14 at Miami W 13-0 

12 GATOR BOW I 

Missouri W 20-7 

FINAL REGULAR SEASON POLL #N 

1950(7-2-1/4-1-1 SC, 5th) 

PRESEASONM5 

S23 at Georgia I 7-27 

S30 Navy W 55 21 

07 at Michigan State #2 W 34-7 

OI4 #8 Georgetown V\ 15-14 

(Griffith Stadium, 

Washington, D.C.) 

021 m North Carolina Sl I 13 16 

028 ,u Duke \\ !6 I I 

N4 #16 George Washington ....W 23 7 

Nil #18,0 North! arolina I 7-7 

NI8 at West Virginia W 41-0 

l>2 Virginia Tech \\ 6 

1951 (10 0-0/5 0-0 SC, 1st) 

PRESEASON *16 

S29 ai Washington 8t lee W 54-14 

()6 ••"> Geoi ishington \\ 

013 (flOat Georgia \\ 13 

O20 =7 North Carolina... W I I 
027 =5.ii Louisiana State W 

N3 #4 Missouri U 



N10 #3 Navy W 40-21 

(Baltimore Stadium) 
N17 #5 North Carolina State ....W 53-0 

N24 #4 West Virginia W 54-7 

12 SUGAR BOWL 

#3Tennessee #1 W 28-13 

FINAL REGULAR SEASON POLL #3 

1952(7-2-0) 

PRESEAM )\ =2 

S20 at Missouri W 13-10 

S27 at Auburn W 13-7 

04 =3 Clemson W 28-0 

Oil =4 at Georgia #19 W S7-0 

018 =2 Navy#20 W 38-7 

025 #2 Louisiana State W 34-6 

Nl #2 at Boston University W 34-7 

N15 Hat Mississippi #11 L 14-21 

N22 =8 at Alabama =14 1 7-27 

FINAL REGULAR SEASON POLL #13 

1953 (10-1-0/3-0-0 ACC, Co Champions) 



PRESE [SON #9 






SI9 


at Missouri 


W 


20 6 


S26 


Washington & 1 ee 


W 


52-0 


03 


=3 al Clemson 


\\ 


20-0 


OKI 


=4 ( leorgia 


\\ in 13 


017 


#3 al North ('arolina ... 


w 


■i, 


023 


- 1 .ii Miami 


w 


*o u 


031 


#2 South ( arolina 


w 


'1 i- 


N7 


n .ii ' hoi:',,' Wash 
' Iriffith Stadium, 
Washington, D.l 


w 


' o 


NI4 


= 2 Mississippi =1 1 


u 


18 o 


N21 


=2 Alabama =11 


w 


21 


11 


ORANG1 Bowl 








= l Oklahoma #4 


1 


0-7 



09 #13 at Wake Forest T 13-13 

016 North Carolina W 33-0 

022 at Miami #16 L 7-9 

O30 at South Carolina W 20-0 

N6 at North Carolina State W 42-14 

N13 #17 Clemson W 16-0 

N20 #13 George Washington ....W 48-6 

N25 #10 Missouri W 74-13 

FINAL REGULAR SEASON POLL #8 

1955 (10-1-0/4-0-0 ACC, Co-Champions) 

PRESEASON #5 

S17 at Missouri W 13-12 

S24 #5 UCLA #1 W 7-0 

01 #1 at Baylor #20 W 20-6 

08 #1 Wake Forest W 28-7 

015 #2 at North Carolina W 25-7 

022 #2 at Syracuse W 34-13 

029 #1 South Carolina W 27-0 

N5 #1 Louisiana State W 13-0 

N12 #2atClemson W 25-12 

NI9 #2 George Washington W 19-0 

12 ORANGE BOWL 

#3 Oklahoma #1 L 6-20 

FINAL REGULAR SEASON POLL #5 



\t//o\ u i HAMPIONS 



1954 (7-2-1/4-0-1 ACC, 2nd) 



PRESEASONS 

sis atKentuclcj u 

01 #6 at UCLA #4 I i 



1956(2-7-1/2-2-1 ACC, 4th) 

PRESEASON #6 

S22 Syracuse L 12-26 

S29 at Wake Forest W 6-0 

06 Baylor #16 L 0-14 

012 at Miami #11 L 6-13 

O20 at North Carolina L 6-34 

027 at Tennessee #4 L 7-34 

N3 Kentucky L 0-14 

NKI Clemson #11 T 6-6 

N17 at South Carolina L 0-13 

N22 at North Carolina St W 25-14 

1957(5-5-0/4-2-0 ACC,T-3rd) 

S21 at Texas AisM =2 L 13-21 

S2,s North Carolina State L 13-48 

05 at Duke #4 L 0-14 

012 Wake Forest W 27 

019 North Carolina #14 W 21 7 

026 Tennessee L 0-16 

N2 at South Carolina W 10-6 

N9 at Clemson I 7 26 

N15 ai Miami W 16-6 

N23 Virginia W 12 

1958 (4-6-0/3-3-0 ACC, 5th) 

S20 at Wake Forest L 0-34 

S ' al North ( arolina State W 21 6 

04 ( lemson#10 1 0-8 

Oil Icvis \,V\l I 10-14 

OI8 at North Carolina I 0-2 

025 ,ii \iihuin=3 1 7-20 

Nl South ( arolina \\ 10-6 

N8 Navy 1 10-14 

i Baltimore Stadium) 

NI4 al Miami V\ »6 1 1 

N22 at\ irginia W 1 1 6 

1959 (5 5 0/4 2 ACC, 3rd) 

SI9 West Virginia \\ 2^ 

S26 at Texas #15 1 16 

03 atSyracuse#20 1 0-29 

O10 Wak< Forest 1 

01 Northl arolina V\ 14-7 

031 al South I arolina. ... I 6-22 

N7 Nav) I 14 22 

timore Stadium 



134 




NI4 at ( lemson »ll W 

N21 Virginia W 15-12 

D5 North! arolina Statt w I I !8 

1960 (6-4-0/5-2-0 AC(, 3rd) 

SI ' .ii Wesl Virginia ... W 31-8 

S24 rexas H5 1 (4 

Dl Duke 1 7-20 

08 at North Carolina State 1 10-13 

01 > Clemson#8 W 19 1 

022 .ii Wake Foresl U 14 l * 

029 South i arolina W 1 5 

'. i il Penn State I l > 28 

N12 .u North! arolina W 22-19 

N19 atVirginia W 44-12 

\i >// 1961 196 i '\M TOP 10 II IMS 
WER1 RANKED 



1961 (7-3-0/3-3-0 AC(, 3rd) 

S23 at Southern Methodist W 14-6 

S30 .H Clemson W 24-21 

07 Syracuse #7 W 22 21 

014 #10 North Carolina I 8 14 

021 at Air Force W 21-0 

028 .ii South l arolina I 10 20 

\4 Penn State W 21 17 

Nil North Carolina Stale V\ MI- 
NIS Wake Forest U 10-7 

N ' i .u Virginia 1 16 18 

1962 (6-4-0/5-2-0 ACC, 3rd) 

S22 southern Methodist W 7-0 

S29 at Wake Forest W 13-2 

I 16 .ii North < arolina si W 14-6 

01 ! North) arolina W 31-13 

019 at Miami 1 24-28 

02 South Carolina W 13-11 

N3 at Penn State L 7-23 

N10 ,u Duke I. 7-10 

ni ( lemson 1 14-17 

N24 Virginia W 40-18 

1963 (3-70/2-5-0 ACC, 5th) 

S21 North Carolina State 1 14-36 

S28 at South (arolina 1 13-21 

05 Duke 1 12-30 

(Richmond, Va 

i II ' North Carolina 1 7-14 

019 \u Force W 21-14 

026 .it Wake Foresl W 32-0 

N2 IVnn State 1 15-17 

N9 at Navy #4 L 7-42 

N16 at Clemson I 6-21 

N23 Virginia W 21-6 

1964 (5-5-0/4-3-0 ACC, T 3rd) 

S19 Oklahoma =2 L 3-13 

S26 South Carolina W 24-6 

03 at North i arolina state L 13-14 

O10 -a Duke 1 17-24 

017 North Carolina W 10-9 

Norfolk, Va 

o:4 Wake Forest 1 17-21 

031 at I'enn State 1. 9-17 

N7 Navj W 27-22 

Nl t i lemson W 34-0 

N21 atVirginia V\ 10 

1965 (4-6-0/3-3-0 ACC, T-Sth) 

s : ; Ohio Universit) W 24-7 

02 Syracuse L "-24 

09 at Wake Forest W 10-7 



1974: Randy White (94), the ACC's Player of the Year and a unanimous first team All-America choice, captured the Outland 
and Lombardi trophies. 



016 at North ( arolina I 10-12 

023 North I arolina State I 7 2" 

O30 at South Carolina W 27 14 

N6 at Navy I 7-19 

Nl i all lemson W 6-0 

N20 Virginia L 27-33 

l>4 I'enn State 1 7-19 

1966 (4-6-0/3-3-0 ACC, T 3rd) 

S17 at Penn State I 7-15 

S24 Wake Forest \\ 

1 'I Syracuse L 

OX Duke W 

015 West Virginia W 

(>2 l > South Carolina W 

N5 at North ( arolina state I 

N 1 2 Clemson L 

N19 at Virginia L 

N26 at Florida State L 



04 at Wake I 01 est 

01 1 Syracuse 

018 Duke 

025 at South Carolina.. 

Nl at Clemson 

N8 Miami (Ohio) 

N15 at Penn State #5.... 

N22 Virginia 



..W 17 



19 II 

. ifj 

20 7 
0-17 
0-40 

21 34 
11 48 
17-14 



1973 (8-4-0/5-1-0 ACC, 2nd) 



1970 (2-9-0/2-4-0 ACC, T 6th) 



s4-7 

7-28 

21-19 

28-9 

14-2 

21-24 

1(1-14 

17-41 

21-45 



1967 (0-9-0/0-6-0 ACC, 8th) 



S30 at Oklahoma L 0-35 

( )7 Syracuse I. 3-7 

014 North Carolina State #9 ...1 9-31 

021 at North Carolina I 0-14 

02S at South Carolina L 0-31 

N4 Penn State 1. 3-38 

Nil at Clemson L 7-2S 

NI7 at Wake Forest L 17-35 

N25 Virginia L 7-12 

1968 (2-8-0/2-4-0 ACC, 7th) 



Villanova 

at Duke 

North Carolina 

at Miami 

at Syracuse 

south ( arolina 

North Carolina State 

(Norfolk, Va.) 

(lemson 

Penn State 

N2I at Virginia 

N28 West Virginia 



S12 

S19 

S26 

02 

OK) 

017 

024 

031 

N7 



3-21 
12-13 
20-53 
11-18 

7-23 

21-15 

0-6 



..L 11-24 

..L 0-34 

..W 17-14 

..L 10-20 



1971 (2-9-0/1 -4-0 ACC, 7th) 



S21 
S28 
05 

OI2 



Florida State 

.it s\ racuse 

Duke 

(Norfolk, Va 
North Carolina 



W 

019 South Carolina W 

026 at North Carolina State I 

N2 at Wake Forest L 

N9 Clemson L 

NKs Penn State =3 L 

N23 at Virginia L 

1969 (3-7-0/3-3-0 ACC, T-3rd) 

S20 at West Virginia L 

52" North Carolina State 1 



14-24 
14-32 
28-30 

33-24 
21-19 
11-31 
14-3S 
0-16 
13-57 
23-28 



Villanova 

North Carolina State. 

at North Carolina 

Wake Forest 

Syracuse 

at South Carolina 

at Florida 

O30 Virginia Military 

N6 at Penn State #6 

Nl 3 at Clemson 

N20 Virginia 



Sll 

sis 

S2~s 

02 

09 

016 

02 3 



13-28 

35-7 
14-35 
14- IS 
13-21 

6-35 
23-27 

38-0 
27 1 
14-21) 
2^ 29 



1972 (5-5-1/3-2 1 ACC, 3rd) 



7-51 
"-24 



S9 at North ( arolina state 

sh- North Carolina 1 26-31 

S2? Virginia Miht.m V. 

S30 at Syracuse 1 12-16 

07 Wake Forest V 

014 Villanova V 

021 at Duke 

D2S atVirginia V 

N4 at Penn State =10 L 16-46 

Nil Clemson V. 

II Miami 1 * -28 



SI 3 West Virginia I 

S22 at North (arolina W 

52') Villanova W 

( )o Syracuse W 

013 at North Carolina Stati i 

O20 .11 Wake Foresl W 

027 Duke W 

Norfolk, Va. 

N3 Penn State #6 1 

N10 Virginia W 

N 17 at Clemson W 

N24 Tulane=17 W 

■ BOW1 

#18 Georgia I. 

FINAl POLL #20 

1974 (8-4-0/6-0 ACC, Champions) 

PRESEASON #14 

Sll =11 Alabama =s I 

S21 =14 at Florida I 

rampa 

S2S North ( arohna W 

05 at Syracuse W 

OI2 ( lemson W 

019 #18 Wake Forest W 

026 #15 North! arolina Stale 

#17 W 

N2 =13 at Penn State =10 1. 

N9 #14 Villanova W 

N16 =13 Duke W 

Norfoll '■ 

N'2.~ =1 1 atVirginia W 

D16 1IRERTYBOWI 

= 10 Tennessee =2ii 

//\ u polish 



1975 (9-2-1. 5-0-0 ACC. Champions) 

"Villanova V, 

S13 =14 at Tennessee =20 1. 8-26 

S20 at North Carolina W 34-7 

S27 =2- .11 Kentucky T 10-10 

racuse V. 

Oil North Carolina State V. 

9 at Wake Forest W 27 

Nl =14 Penn State =9 L 13-15 

N8 =16 at Cincinnati W 21-19 



13-20 

31-3 

S8 n 

22-24 
57 11 
hi |0 

22-42 

28-13 
12-9 

Us 17 



10-17 

24-12 
31-0 

41-0 
17 1 

1" 24 

11 1 

5h- 1 3 

10-0 



135 



N15 atClemson W 22-20 

N22 =20 Virginia W 62-24 

D29 GATOR BOWL 

#17 Florida #13 W 13-0 

FINAL POLL #13 

1976 (11-1-0/5-0-0 ACC, Champions) 

PRESEASON =12 

Sll #12 Richmond W 31-7 

S18 #10 at West Virginia W 24-3 

S25 #8 at Syracuse W 42-28 

02 #7Villanova W 20-9 

i )9 #7 .it North Carolina State 

V\ 16 6 

016 =5 Wake Forest W 17-15 

023 *6 at Duke W 30-3 

O30 #5Kentucky W 24-14 

N6 #6 Cincinnati W 21-0 

N13 =bClemson W 20-0 

N20 #6 at Virginia W 28-0 

II COTTON BOWL 

#4 Houston #6 L 21-30 

FINAL POLL #8 

1977 (8-4-0/4-2-0 ACC, T-3rd) 

PRESEASON #10 

sin MOatClemson W 21-14 

S17 #11 West Virginia L lh-24 

s24 at Penn State #5 L 9-27 

01 at North Carolina State L 20-24 

08 Syracuse W 24-10 

015 at Wake Forest W 35-7 

022 Duke W 31-13 

029 North Carolina L 7-16 

N5 Villanova W 19-13 

X12 at Richmond W 27-24 

NI9 Virginia W 28-0 

D22 HALL OF FAME BOWL 

Minnesota W 17-7 

1978 (9-3-0/5-10 ACC, 2nd) 

S9 Tulane W 31-7 

S16 =20 at louisville W 24-17 

523 MS at North Carolina W 21-20 

S30 =15 Kentucky W 20-3 

07 #12 North ( arolina State #20 

W 31-7 

014 #10 at Syracuse W 24-9 

021 #6 Wake Forest W 39-o 

028 =5 at Duke W 27-0 

N4 =5 at Penn State =2 L 3-27 

Nil #13 at Virginia W 17-7 

MX =11 Clemson#12 1 24-2* 

i X B( )WL 

#13Texas#14 L 0-42 

FINAL roll -Mi) 

1979 (7-4-0/4-2-0 ACC, T 2nd) 

Uanova W 24-20 

W 19-0 

s22 Mississippi State W 

tl Kentucky I 7 14 

06 Penn State I 7-27 

()13 at North Carolina State =17 

I 0-7 

1 

1 ,i, W 27-0 

N3 North) arolina =18 W I I i 

iile W 28-7 

W 17-7 



'!■ < *mi HE 














m mimm 




m ;.'•:■ 







1 975: Head coach Jerry Claiborne and the Terps celebrated a 1 3-0 victory over 
Florida in the Gator Bowl. 




1982: Quarterback Boomer Esiason threw a then school record 18 touchdown 
passes. 



1980 (8 4-0/5-1-0 ACC, 2nd) 



S6 Villanova \Y 

SI I Vanderbilt w H 6 

■ West-Virginia W 14-11 

S27 #19 at North i arolina #14 

I 

04 at Pittsburgh #6 1 

Oil Penn State #14 1 10-24 

018 Wake Forest W II III 



025 at Duke W I" 14 

Nl North Carolina state V\ 

N15 ( lemson W i 

N22 at Virginia w II 

D20 IANGERINE BOW1 

Honda I 211 35 



1981 (4-6-1/4-2-0 ACC, 3rd) 

SI 2 at Vanderbilt L 17-23 

S19 WestVirginia L 13-17 

S26 at North Carolina St W 34-9 

03 Syracuse T 17-17 

O10 at Florida L 10-15 

017 at Wake Forest W 45-33 

024 Duke W 24-21 

031 North Carolina #9 L 10-17 

N7 at Tulane L 7-14 

N14 atClemson =2 L 7-21 

N21 Virginia W 48-7 

1982 (8-4-0/5-1-0 ACC, 2nd) 

Sll at Penn State #7 L 31-39 

S18 at West Virginia #17 L 18-19 

S25 North Carolina State W 23-6 

02 at Syracuse W 26 i 

09 Indiana State W 38-0 

016 Wake Forest W 

023 Duke W 4 l i-22 

O30 at North Carolina #10 VV 31-24 

N7 =19 Miami W 18-17 

N13 =18Clemson#ll L 22 24 

N20 =19. it Vienna W 45-14 

1)25 ALOHA BOWL 

#16 Washington #9 L 20-21 

FINAL POL1 #20 



1983 (8-4-0/5-1-0 ACC, Champions) 

PRESEASON #17 

SKI #17 at Vanderbilt W 21-14 

SI" =17 West Virginia =20 1 21-31 

S24 Pittsburgh #17 W 13-7 

01 =19 Virginia V\ 23 i 

08 #16Syracuse W 34-13 

015 #16atWake Forest W 

022 =15 Duke W 38-3 

029 #13 North Carolina #3 W 28-26 

N5 #7 at Auburn #3 L 23-35 

N12 =11 atClemson =17 L 27-52 

N19 #20 at North Carolina St. ..W 29-6 

D17 CITRUS BOWl 

= 16 Tennessee L 23 30 

1984 (9-30/60 ACC, Champions) 

ss Syracuse 1 7-23 

SI5 Vanderbilt 1 14-23 

S22 at West Virginia #17 W 20-17 

S2M Wake lores! W 38-17 

06 at Penn State =11 1 24 25 

013 North Carolina State W II 21 

027 at Duke W 

N3 aiNoithi arolina W 14-23 

N10 at Miami =6 V\ 

N17 ( lemson #20 W 41 2 :> 

Memorial Stadium 

N24 =18 at Virginia W 

D22 SUN BOWl 

= 12 Tennessee \\ 

//\ U PO// =12 

1985 (9 3 0/6-0 ACC, Champions) 

S7 #7 IVnn state =19 1 

Sl-l #17 al Boston! ollege W 31-13 

S21 #17Wesl 

S28 #17 at Michigan #12 I 0-20 

ina State W ; i l ' 

019 at Wake Forest w 

w 

N2 North ( arolina W 



136 



Terp Year-By-Year Results 



N9 Miami #8 L 22 2s 1 

Memorial Stadium) 

NK. atClemson W » I! 

N29 Virginia V> 13-21 

D21 CHERRY BOW I 

Syracuse V\ I i 18 

M\ U /'(»// #JS 

1986(5-5-1/2-3-1 ACC, 5th) 

si at Pittsburgh W 10-7 

S13 Vanderbilt. W 15 21 

5 !0 al Wesl \ irginia W 2 1 s 

52 »13 North Carolina State 
1 16 28 

Oil Boston! ollege 1 25 10 

018 Wake Forest L 21-27 

025 .H Duke V\ ' 19 

Nl at North Carolina I 30-32 

N8 .it Penn State #2 1 15-17 

Ml ■ I lemson #15 1' 17-17 

(Memorial Stadium) 

\ 18 al Virginia W 42-10 

1987 (4-7-0/3-3-0 ACC, 5th) 

S5 at Syracuse 1 11-25 

S12 Virginia W 21-19 

S19 West Virginia W 25-20 

S26 .ii North ( arolina State I 14-4: 

O10 atMiami#3 L 16-46 

017 at Wake Forest W 14-0 

024 Duke W 23-22 

031 North Carolina L 14-27 

N7 PennState#16 L 16-21 

(Memorial Stadium) 

NI4 atClemson#9 1. 16-45 

N21 .it Vanderbilt L 24-34 

1988 (5-6-0/4-3-0 ACC, T-4th) 

53 Louisville W 27-16 

S17 at West Virginia #12 L 24-55 

S24 North Carolina State W 30-26 

01 at Syracuse I 9-20 

08 Georgia Tech W 13-8 

015 WakeForest L 24-27 

022 .11 [Hike W S4 24 

029 jt North Carolina W 41-38 

N5 at Penn State L 10-17 

N12 Clemson#16 L 25-49 

N19 at Virginia L 23-24 

1989 (3-7-1/2-5-0 ACC, 6th) 

S: at North Carolina State L 6-10 

S9 West Virginia #17 L 10-14 

S16 Western Michigan W 23-0 

S23 atClemson#7 L 7-31 

S30 at Michigan #6 L 21-41 

07 at Georgia Tech L 24-28 

014 atWakeForest W 27 7 

021 Duke L 25-46 

028 North Carolina W 38-0 

Nil Penn State =13 T 13-13 

Memorial Stadium) 

MS Virginia #16 L 21-48 

1990(6-5-1 4-3-0 ACC, 4th) 

SI Virginia Tech W 20-13 

ss West Virginia #25 W 14-10 

S15 Clemson#16 L 17-18 

Memorial Stadium 1 

S22 North Carolina State W 13-12 

S2s> atMichigan#6 1 17-45 

06 Georgia Tech #23 L 3-31 

013 WakeForest W 41-13 




1993: Scott Milanovich's season marks for passing yards (3,486), percentage 
(.688) and TD passes (26) still stand as single-season Terp bests. 



O20 at Duke W 23-20 

027 at North Carolina L 10-34 

N10 at Perm State #21 L 10-24 

N17 at Virginia #8 W 35-30 

D15 INDEPENDENCE BOWL 

1 ouisiana Teeh T 34-34 

1991 (2-9-0/2-5-0 ACC, 6th) 

S" Virginia W 17-6 

S14 Syracuse*:: L 17-31 

S:i at West Virginia L 7-37 

05 at Pittsburgh #17 L 20-24 

012 at Georgia Tech 1 10-34 

019 atWakeForest W 23-22 

026 Duke L 13-17 

N: .11 North Carolina L 0-24 

N9 Penn State "9 L 7-47 

Memorial Stadium) 



N16 at Clemson #15 

N23 at North Carolina Stale #2 



I --40 



..1 17-20 



199 2 (3-8-0/2-6-0 ACC, 8th) 

S3 at Virginia #25 L 15-28 

S12 North Carolina State #19 

L 10-14 

S19 at West Virginia L 33-34 

S26 at Penn State =9 L 13-49 

03 Pittsburgh W 47-34 

OIO Georgia Tech =17 L 26-28 

017 WakeForest L 23-30 

0:4 at Duke W 27-25 

031 North Carolina #22 L 24-31 

N7 at Florida State #6 1 21-69 

N14 Clemson W 53 23 



1993(2 9-0/2-6-0 ACC, T 7th) 

S4 Virginia ... I 19-43 

Sll .11 North ' arolina#14 1 

Ms West Virginia 1 17-42 

I 

02 PennState#8 1. 7-70 

09 .11 I, oil;.. Li I, Ml . . I" 18 

I 1 I Mike W 16 18 

031 i Clemson I 19 

N6 Florida State #1 1 10 19 

NI3 at North ' arolina State .. .! 21 14 

N20 at Will Forest W 

1994 (4-7-0/2-6-0 ACC, 7th) 

S3 al Duke L 16-49 

sio Florida State #4 1 20-52 

SI7 at West Virginia W 2 1 13 

S23 WakeForest W 31-7 

01 an lemson I 0-13 

015 .11 Northl arolina#15 1. 17-41 

022 1 leorgia lech W 42-27 

029 Uil.me W 38-10 

N5 North Carolina State I 15 ! 

NI2 at Virginias: I L 21 46 

N19 .11 Syracuse L 16-21 

1995 (6-5-0/4-4-0 ACC, T-5th) 

S: atTulane W 29-10 

S9 North Carolina W 32-18 

Sib West Virginia W 31-17 

S23 #24 Duke w ll 2:-; 

S28 #17 at Georgia Tech L 3-31 

07 at Wake Forest W 9-6 

021 Clemson L 0-17 

028 ,11 Louisville I il 

N4 at North Carolina State W 30-13 

Nil Virginia =14 L 18-21 

N18 at Florida State #6 L 17-59 

1996 (5-6-0/3-5-0 ACC, T 6th) 

A31 Northern Illinois W tO 6 

s" Manama-Birmingham W •'' I ' 

S14 at Virginia =22 I 1-21 

S28 at West Virginia =23 1. 0-13 

05 North Carolina State L 8-34 

012 at North Carolina #13 L 7 58 

019 WakeForest W 52-0 

026 at Duke W 

N2 at Clemson L 3-35 

N14 Georgia Tech W 13-10 

N23 Florida State #3 L 10-48 

Miami 

1997 (2-9-0/1-7-0 ACC, 8th) 

Sh Ohio L 14-21 

S13 at Florida State =5 L 7-50 

S20 North Carolina =o L 14-40 

S27 at Temple W 24-2 1 

04 Duke W 16-10 

Oil West Virginia L 14-31 

018 atWakeForest I. 17-35 

025 i lemson L 9-20 

Nl Virginia L 0-45 

N8 at North Carolina State 1 

N22 at Georgia Tech L 18-37 



137 



Terps in Final Rankings 



Associated Press 



1949 



1. Notre Dame 

2. Oklahoma 

3. California 

4. Army 

5. Rice' 

6. Ohio State 

7. Michigan 

8. Minnesota 

9. Louisiana State 

10. Pacific 

1 1 . Kentucky 

12. Cornell 

1 3. Villanova 

14. MARYLAND 

15. Santa Clara 

16. North Carolina 

17. Tennessee 

18. Princeton 

19. Michigan State 

20. Missouri 
Baylor 



1951 



1 . Tennessee 

2. Michigan State 

3. MARYLAND 

4. Illinois 

5. Georgia Tech 

6. Princeton 

7. Stanford 

8. Wisconsin 

9. Baylor 

10. Oklahoma 

11. Texas Christian 

12. California 

13. Virginia 

14. San Francisco 

15. Kentucky 

16. Boston 
University 

17. UCLA 

18. Washington State 

19. Holy Cross 

20. Clemson 



1952 



1. Michigan state 

2. Georgia Tech 

3. Notre Dame 
1 Oklahoma 

5. USC 

6. UCLA 

7. Mississippi 

8. Tennessee 

9. Alabama 
It). Texas 

I I. Wisconsin 

12. Tulsa 

13. MARYLAND 
II. Syracuse 

1 v I lorida 

16. Duke 

17. Ohio Stale 

is. Purdue 

19. Princeton 

20. Kentucky 



1953 



1. MARYLAND 

2. Notre Dame 

3. Michigan 

4. Oklahoma 

5. UCLA 

6. Rice 

7. Illinois 

8. Georgia Tech 

9. Iowa 

10. West Virginia 

1 1 . Texas 

12. Texas Tech 

13. Alabama 

14. Army 

15. Wisconsin 

16. Kentucky 

17. Auburn 

18. Duke 

19. Stanford 

20. Michigan 



1954 



1 . Ohio State 

2. UCLA 

3. Oklahoma 

4. Notre Dame 

5. Navy 

6. Mississippi 

7. Army 

8. MARYLAND 

9. Wisconsin 

10. Arkansas 

11. Miami (Fla.) 

12. West Virginia 

13. Auburn 

14. Duke 

15. Michigan 

16. Virginia Tech 

17. USC 

18. Baylor 

19. Rice 

20. Penn State 



1955 



1 . Oklahoma 

2. Michigan State 

3. MARYLAND 

4. UCLA 

5. Ohio State 

6. Texas Christian 

7. ( leorgia Tech 

8. Auburn 

9. Notre Dame 

10. Mississippi 
I I. Pittsburgh 

12. Michigan 

13. US( 

I I. Mi. urn (Fla.) 
I >. Miami (Ohio) 

16. Stanford 

17. Texas A&M 

18. Navy 

■ si Virginia 
20. Army 



1973 



1. Notre 1 
! i Ihio Stati 

i i] I. ili. ima 



4. Alabama 

5. Penn State 

6. Michigan 

7. Nebraska 

8. USC 

9. Arizona State 
Houston 

1 1 . Texas Tech 

12. UCLA 

13. Louisiana State 

14. Texas 

15. Miami (Ohio) 

16. N. C.State 

17. Missouri 

18. Kansas 

19. Tennessee 

20. MARYLAND 
Tulane 

1974 

1 . Oklahoma 

2. USC 

3. Michigan 

4. Ohio State 

5. Alabama 

6. Notre Dame 

7. Penn State 

8. Auburn 

9. Nebraska 

10. Miami (Ohio) 

11. N.C. State 

12. Michigan State 

13. MARYLAND 

14. Baylor 

15. Florida 

16. Texas A&M 

17. Mississippi State 
Texas 

19. Houston 

20. Tennessee 

1975 

1. Oklahoma 

2. Arizona State 

3. Alabama 

4. Ohio State 

5. UCLA 

6. Texas 

7. Arkansas 

8. Michigan 

9. Nebraska 

10. Penn State 

11. Texas A&M 

12. Miami (Ohio) 

13. MARYLAND 
i i ( alifornia 
15. Pittsburgh 
Id. t Colorado 

17. USC 

18. Arizona 

19. ( leorgia 

20. West Virginia 

1976 

1. Pittsburgh 

2. US< 

>. Michigan 
I. Houston 

i Iklahoma 
6 OhioState 

7. Texas A&M 

8. MARYLAND 

9. Nebraska 

10. < leorgia 



11. Alabama 

12. Notre Dame 

13. Texas Tech 

14. Oklahoma State 

15. UCLA 

16. Colorado 

17. Rutgers 

18. Kentucky 
19 Iowa State 

20. Mississippi State 

1978 

1. Alabama 

2. USC 

3. Oklahoma 

4. Penn State 
3. Michigan 

6. Clemson 

7. Notre Dame 

8. Nebraska 

9. Texas 

10. Houston 

1 1. Arkansas 

12. Michigan State 

13. Purdue 

14. UCLA 

15. Missouri 

16. Georgia 

17. Stanford 

18. N.C. State 

19. Texas A&M 

20. MARYLAND 

1982 

1. Penn State 

2. Southern 
Methodist 

3. Nebraska 

4. Georgia 

5. UCLA 

6. Arizona State 

7. Washington 

8. Clemson 

9. Arkansas 

10. Pittsburgh 

1 1 . Louisiana State 

12. OhioState 

13. Florida State 

14. Auburn 

15. USC 

16. Oklahoma 

17. Texas 

18. North Carolina 

19. West Virginia 

20. MARYLAND 

1984 

1 . Brigham Young 

2. Washington 

3. Florida 

4. Nebraska 

3. boston ( lollege 
6. Oklahoma 

( Iklahoma state 
s. Southern 

Methodist 
>). UCLA 
10. I si 

] I . South < arolina 
12. MARYLAND 
I I i Ihio State 
I 1 \iilniin 

15. Louisiana State 

16. Iowa 



17. Florida State 

18. Miami (Fla.) 

19. Kentucky 

20. Virginia 

1985 



Oklahoma 

Michigan 
Penn State 
Tennessee 
Florida 
Texas A&M 
UCLA 



8. Air Force 

9. Miami (Fla.) 

10. Iowa 

1 1. Nebraska 

12. Arkansas 

13. Alabama 

14. Ohio State 

1 5. Florida State 

16. Brigham Young 

17. Baylor 

18. MARYLAND 

19. Georgia Tech 

20. Louisiana State 



USA Today/ CNN 



1982 



1984 



1. Penn State 

2. Southern 
Methodist 

3. Nebraska 

4. Georgia 

5. UCLA 

6. Arizona State 

7. Pittsburgh 

8. Arkansas 

9. Clemson 

10. Washington 

11. Louisiana State 

12. Florida State 

13. Ohio State 

14. USC 

15. Oklahoma 

16. Auburn 

17. West Virginia 

18. MARYLAND 

19. North Carolina 

20. Texas 

21. Michigan 

22. Alabama 

23. Tulsa 

24. Iowa 

25. Florida 



1983 



1. Miami (Tla.) 

2. Auburn 

3. Nebraska 

4. Georgia 

5. "Texas 

6. Brigham Young 

7. Michigan 

8. Ohio Stale 

9. Florida 
to. ( lemson 
I 1. Illinois 

1 2. Southern 
Methodist 
13. Alabama 
It. Air Force 
I 5. West Virginia 

10. Iowa 

17. Tennessee 
is. UCLA 
19 Pittsburgh 
10 Penn State 

21. Oklahoma 

22. Boston ( ollege 

23. Oklahoma Stale 

24. MARY! AND 

25. I ast ( arolina 



1. Brigham Young 

2. Washington 

3. Florida 

4. Nebraska 

5. Oklahoma 

6. Boston College 

7. Oklahoma State 

8. Southern 
Methodist 

9. MARYLAND 

10. South Carolina 

1 1 . USC 

12. UCLA 

13. Louisiana State 

14. Ohio State 

15. Auburn 

16. Miami (Tla.) 

17. Florida State 

18. Virginia 

19. Kentucky 

20. Iowa 

21. West Virginia 

22. Armv 
23 Georgia 

24. Air Force 

25. Notre Dame 



1985 



1. Oklahoma 

2. Penn State 

3. Michigan 

I. [ennessee 
5. Florida 

(i. Miami I Tla. 

\n I nice 
s. Texas A&M 
9 UCLA 
10. Iowa 
I I . Nebraska 

12. Alabama 

13. Ohio Stale 

II. Florida State 

1 5 Arkansas 

16 Bi luh. mi Young 

17. MARYLAND 

18. i leorgia Teh 

19. Baylor 

.')). \iiluun 

21.1 ouisiana State 
22. Arm) 

23 I resno Slate 

i i .i orgia 

25. Oklahoma Slate 



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Abbott, Robert 1971 
Abdur-Ra'oof, Azizuddin, 

1984 8 i 86 8 
Abrams, Richard 1994 
Absher.Dick 1964 
Adams, < hestei 1908 
Adams, Donald 1925, '26, "27 
Adams, Ron 1963, '64 
Adams, Steve 1981 
Agent, Mark 1986, 87, '88, '89 
Aitcheson, 1 eithei 191 
Aitcheson.Whitne) 1913 14 
Albarano, Ralph 193 
Albrecht, Georgi 1952 13 14 
Albrittain, Lemuel 1902, 03 
Alderton, Gene 1955, i6 
Alderton, lohn 1950, il ' 
Alexander, Richard 1941 
Alkire.Iohn 1973, I 
Alston, O'Brien 1984, '85, '86, '87 
Ambrusko, Ken 1962, '64, '65 
Amend, David 1984, '85, '86, '87 
Anderson, Mike 1986, 87, 88, 89 
todorka, Hill 1934 
Andrews, Olin 1908/09, 10 
Andrus, Robert 1946 
Annan.Nick 1992 
Vpolenis, [ason 199 i, 96, 97 
Arbutina, Matt 1963, '64, '65 
\n. i.Ernie 1961, '62, '63 
Arline, Kevin 1990, '91, '92 
Armsworthy, I rank 1950 
Arnold, Boh 1984, '85, '86, '87 
Askew, Lewis 1984, '85, 86 
Vthey, Ronald 1955, '56 
Atkins, Stew 6 77,78 

Atkinson, Jess 1981, '82, '83, '84 
Augsberger, Pete 1948, '49, '50 
AulisLEd 1980, '81, '82 
Aulisi,Joe 1980, '81, '82 
Austin, Gerald 1982 
Avellim, Bob 1972, '73, '74 
Axt, R.W. (Dutch) 1915, '16, 17 



B 




Bach, Bill) 1966 

Badanjek,Rick 1982, '83, '84, 85 
Badgett, Marcus 1990, '91, 92 
Bafford, Harold 1925, 26/27 
Bagranoff, Larrj 1963, '64/65 
Baierl, Ralph, 1953/54 
Bailey, < aleb Zeke), 1918/19/20, 

'21/22 
Bailey, Joe 1984, '85 
Baker, Brian 1981/82/83 
Baker.Henry 1994/95/96, 97 
Baker, Pal [965/66/67 
Baldante, John 197S. "9 
Baldwin, Clarence 1981, '82, 83 
Banner, Mumis 1960/61/62 
Bannon. l.G. 1892, '93/94 
Barbias i 

Barkalow, Gerald 1945 
Barlund,Dick 1959, i 
Barnes, George 1941/42/45 

Hank 1969/70, 71 
Baroni, lohn 1947 18 



I 

Rod Breedlove — '57/58/59 

Barritt.Ed 195: 
Bartlett,W.D. 1923 
Barton.Erk 1995 96 9 
Bates, Duane 1944 
Battaglia, Sam 1967 
Bauer, f.W. 1908 
Beamer, Francis 1938/39 
Beardsley.Al 1956/58 
Beasley.Mike 1987, 88 
Beatty, Bill 1924/25 
Becker, Ed 1968 
Bednar, Rav 1970/71/72 
Behbahni, Kambiz 1971 
Behr.Sam 1945/47 
Behrmann, Joe 1957, ,'58 
Beightol, Lynn 1951/53, '54/55 
Bell, Karl 1965 
Bell, Robin 1976 
Benner, Willis 1932/33 
Bennett, Gordon I960 
Benson, Kevin 1972, 73, 74, '75 
Benson, Shawn 1982/83 
Benson, [odd 1978, 79„ '80 
Berger, Louis (Bosey) 1930, '31 
Bernardo, Ralph 1943 
Berry, Harold 1940/41 
Bertha, Brandon 1991/92 
BesleyKirk 1922/24/25 
Betty, Dale 1958/59/60 
Betz, Theodore 1948, 49, 50 
Bielski, Dick 195;, '53/54 
RilaiKioni, lint h'o • 
Binder, Paul 1910 
Birkland, lohn 1934/35, 36 
Bishop, Randolph 1944, 46 
Bissell, lohn 1945 
Bittner, Dick 1955 
Blackburn, Rav 1953/54 
Blackstone.Wadi 
Blandford, James 1897/98 
Bloomingdale, Alan 1 9 
Blount, Alvin 1983/84/85/86 
Bobenko, Alex 1945 
Boehley, Brel [987, ss 89/90 
Boeri, Walter 1951/52 
Bonus, lohn 1962 
Boinis, Pete 1958, '59, '60 
Bonato, lohn 1986, s~ 



Bond,! ,11 1 1985 
Bonl . M. im 194 i/46,'4 18 
Bonnet, Arthur 1924/25 
Boolhe, Dane 1942 
Boring, Les 1980/81 
Bosley.John 1905 
Bosley, Lestei 1918/19 10 II 
Bovic,( harles 1902 
Bouscaren, William 1897 
Bowersox, lack 1953/54 
Bowland.Bill 1904, 05, 06 
Bowman, Charles 1967 

B I I 1 harles 1953 -1 

Bovd.i, lohn 1937, 
Bozeman, Richard 1943 
Bracken, Lou 1967/68 
Bradford, Jack 1987, 88/89/90 
Bradford, Robert 1949 
Bradley, J.A. 1898/99 
Bradley, Madison 1992, '93 
Bradley, Walter 1933 
Bragg, lamie I""-'. 93, 94 
Bramson, Bernardo 1964, '6 i 66 
Brancato, |oe 1973, 74 
Brand, Robert 1937/38 
Brandt, Marshall 1942 
Branner, Cecil 1919/20, '21/22, H 
Brant, Mike 1967/68, '69 
Brant, Inn 1970, '71, '72 
Branthover, Lee 1970, 71 
Brasher, lames 1947, '48, 1" 
Bray, Leon 1986 
Brechbiel, Jim 1973, 74, 75 
Breedlove, Rod 1957/58/59 
Brenner, lohn 1941, '42 
Bresnahan, Tom 1 9(34 
Breunich, Tom 1952, '53 
Brewer, Edward (Untz) 1916 

'20/21 
Brewer.Mac 1921/22 
Brkovich, Joe 1981/82/83 

Paul 1947, 48 
Bromley, Walter 1922/23/24/25 
Brougher, Don 1952, 53 I 
Broumel, Tom I960 
Brown, David 1900/01/02/03 
Brown, Donald 1984/85 
Brown, Gurnest 1979/80, 81, 82 
Brown, Hugh 1991 
Brown, James (J.B.) 1985, 86, 

87, '88 
Brown, [ason 1997 
Brown. Robert 1937, '38, '39 

rim 1992, '93, '94, 9 
Brown, Tom 1960/61/62 
Brubaker, Eric 1975 
Brunson, Wayne 19s 
Bryan, Thomas 19111 
Bryant, William 1937 
Brzostowski, Art 1965, '66, '67 
Budkoff, Nick 1936, '37 
Bullock, Keith 1985 
Bungori, Dan 1971. Ti 
Burdelski. Steve 1983 
Burgee, Dick 1953/54, '55 
Burger, loe 1921, '22, '23, '24 
Burgess, Tom 1977, 78/79 

Bill 1956, 57 



Burlin, Ralph 1939, 40/41 
Burmeister, Do 

Burns, liinnn 1910 

Burruss,! loyd 19 

Burton 

Bun, Inu pit. 2, '63 

Buscher, B 

Buscher, F.A 193 I 

Butsko, Ham 

Byrd, Bill 1942 

Byrd, Harr) 1 (( urley) 1905, 

06 
Byrom, Bi 8/79/80 



t alandra, William 1971 
Caldwell, Rodney 1982 
Callahan, 1 harl 
1 alta, Keith 1976/7: 
t ampbell.Joe 19 

( aim, 1 |an 1978, '79, '80 
( arliss, Ernest 1919/20/21 
( arlson Rid 1966/67/68 
Mike 1978, 79, 80 
( arr.Brad 1974,75 
Cart, David 1981 
( arroll,( harles 1957 
Carroll, Douglas 1800 
Carter, A, R, 1914 

Carter, Crawford 1918 

Carter, Duns 1972/73/74 

Carter, Vernon 1983 

Castro, Dale 1971 

Cashwell, Dorse) 18' 

< lhacos, I ouis 1942 

Chadick. Mike 1968 

Chalmers, George Shorty) 1929, 

SO/31 
Chamberlain, Glenn 19 
Chapman/led 1984 
Charland, Doug 1992 
Chavez, Mario 1994/95/96 
1 heeseboro, Omar 1997 
Chiaverini. 1 en 1962, '63 
Chisari, Thomas 1943. 44 1 
Chovanes, Eddie 1941/42, 46 
Christianson, Dave 1931 
Church, C. Grant 1897/98 
Church, LM. 1903 
Ciambor. Steve 196", '68, '69 
Cianciulli, Steve 1978 
Cianelli, Dave 1949, ' 
t ichowski, Tom 196.3, '64, '65 
isky.Mike 1973 74 75 
Claiborne, lonathat 
lorrison 1920 
Will 1996 
Cloud, Everett 1958/59/60 
Cockev, lohn 1902, 03, '04, '05 
-.Bert 1916 

1914, "15. '16 



139 



Lettermen 



Cole, Fred 1956, '57, '58 
Cole, George 1932 
Collins, Bobby 1964, '65, "66 
Collins, Gary 1959, '60, '61 
Collins, Scott 1977,78,79 
Colteryahn, Lloyd 1951/52 
Colton, George 1984, '85 
Colvin, Darren 1990, '91, '92 
Condie, Dennis 1960, '61 
Condon, lohn 1949 
Conrad, Dave 1974, 75, 76 
Conrad, Luther 1940, '41,42 
Conroy, Brian 1984 
Continetti, Reno 1943,44 
Cooke, Ed 1955, '57 
Cooke, Sam 1897, '98, '99 
Cooper, Barney 1905, '06, '07 
Cooper, Fred 1964, '65, '66 
Cooper, loe 1991, '92 
Cooper, Larry 1943, '44 
Corcoran, lim 1962, '63, '64 
Cordyack, John 1940, '41 
Corvino, Mike 1979, '80, '81, '82 
Cory, Ernest 1907/08 
Cosgrove, Tom 1950, '51, '52 
Coster, H.G. 1916, '17, '18 
Couch, George 1942 
Covington, Al 1982, '83, '84, '85 
Covington, Brvant 1983, '84, '85, '86 
Cowsette, Del 1996. '97 
Cozzi, Richard 1975 
Cowdrey, Chris 1970,71,72 
Cox, Doug 1983, '84 
Crapster, lack 1908 
Crecca, Joseph 1932, '33 
Crompton, Barnes 1892, '93 
Crosby, Cliff 1996, '97 
Crosland, Robert 1945, '46 
(.rossan, Dave I960, '61. '62 
Crothers, Omar (Gus) 1426, '27, '28 
Cruz, Moises 1997 
Crytzer, Marty 1951, '52, '53 
Cummings, Brian 1994, '95, '96, '97 
Cummins, Richard 1978, 79 



D'Addio, Dave 1979, '80, '82, '83 
D'Amico, Matt 1985, '86, '87, '88 
D'Atri.Pat 1984, 85 
Dailey, Darnell 1978,79, '81 
Dal) Ed 1934, '35, 36 
Daly, Leslie 1943, '44, '45 
1 Mi I n. Samuel 1899 
Date, Howie 1954, '55, '57 
Davidson, lim 1959, '60, '61 
Davidson, Troy wn, '97 
Davis, Fred 1946, 47, is n 
Davis, I vnn 1949, '50, '51 
Davis, Russell 1981, '82, '83 

Dean.Roberl 1941 I 

mas,Dan 1988, '89, '90, '91 
.David 1992 

I 

DcArm 

n Davi 1991 

l . 6/5 
lames 1989 



Decker, Don 1951/52 

Deckman, Joe 1930 

Demczuk, Bernard (Sonny) 1968, '69 

Dennis, Russell 1953, '54, '55 

Dent, Gilbert 1900 

Dent, Gil 1926 

DePaul, Bobby 1982/83 

Derrick, H.B. 1914/15/16 

DeStephano, Robert 1950, '51, '52 

Detko.Cheser 1960/61/62 

Devon, Joe 1896 

Dewitz, Brant 1979/80 

DiCaprio, Richard 1973/74 

Dick, Larry 1975,77 

Dickey, Edmund 1900 

Dietrich, Leroy 1958/59/60 

Dietz, Guy 1973/74 

Dill, Chris 1965 

Dill, lohn 1967/68/69 

DiMaria, Phil 1989 

DiOrio. Joe 1967/68 

Dittmar. Jack 1941/42 

Divito, Paul 1973,74,75 

Doak, Harry 1906, '07 

Dodson, Charlie 1927, '28, '29 

Dominic, Brian 1971 

Donas, Kevin 1983, '84 

Donofrio, Ralph 1966, '67 

Doory, Frank 1443/44 

Dotter, Don 1977, 78 

Dougals, John 1976, 77 

Drach, Joseph 1945, '46, '47 

Dragan, Doug 1984 

Drass.Pat 1959/60/61 

Drimal, Chuck 1967 

Drozdov, Darren 1988, '89, '91, '92 

Drozdov.Olaf 1962/63/64 

Dubis, lade 1991/92/93/94 

DuBois, Oscar 1942 

Duda.Mark 1979/80/81/82 

Dudish, Mickey 1976, '77, '78 

Dulcv.Tom 1931 

Dunbar, Emmons 1900/01/02 

Dunham, Duane 14X4, '85, '86, '87 

Dunne, Dave 1991/92 

Durbin, Mark 1981 

Dutton.Ken 1967/68/64 

Duvall, Mearle 1939/40/41 

Dwyer, Frank 1939 

Dyer, John 1968, '69, 70 

Dyson, Gene 1955 

E 

Earley, Harold 1944 
Edel.SamT. 1919 
Edmunds, Ferrell 1984, '85, 86, '87 
Edwards, lason 1986 
Edwards, k.nl 1987/88, '89, 90 
Edwards, Russ 1996/97 
Edwards, lorn 1983, 84 
EUinger, Charlie 1934 15 16 
Ellis, Gar) 1978/79 

I in, : .mi I i. ii I 

Emrich, William 1971 
i nnis Lou 1933 H 
red 1992 

| [919 io 

Erhard, Jerry 19 




Boomer Esiason — '81/82/83 

Esiason, Norman (Boomer) 1981, 

'82, '83 
Eubanks, Howard 1979, '80, '81, '82 
Evans, Bill 1974, 75 
Evans, Clay 1907 
Evans, Francis 1945, '46, '47, '48 
Evans, Trey 1997 
Evans, William 1928/29/30 
Everhart, Cleveland 1993 
Everson. William 1947/48 

F 

Faber, Parker 1930/31 
Faloney, Bernie 1951, '52, '53 
Faucette, Chuck 19S3, '84, '85, '86 
Fazio, Ron 1982, '83, '84 
Fanz, Scott 1978,79/80 
Farrell, Albert 1432 
Fasano, Rick 1978,79/80 
Fastuca, Sal 1944 
Feher.Gene 1961/62/63 
Fehr, Walter 1945/46 
Fclton, Ralph 1951/52/53 
Ferrante, |oe 1961/62/63 
Fesmeyer, Charles 1901, '02 
Feugill, lohn 1995/96/47 
Fiedor, John 1973 
Fincke, Edward 1950 
Finkle. Edward 1988 
Firor.Guy 1405/06 
Fisher, Stanley 1962 
Fisher, Ralph 1973/74/75/76 
Fisher, William 1930 
Fishman, lerry 1463, '64 
Fitzgerald,! raig 1994, 95 
Fitzpatrick, Paul 1967, 68/69 
Fleece, Rick 1988/89, 90 
Fletcher.And) 1916/17 
Flick, Paul 1942 
Flor.Tom 195 
Flores, laime 1992/93 

Fl] 953 'i 15 

Foley, Kevin 19 
Forbes, lohn 195 
Ford, lames 1977 
Forrester, lami ; 193 



Fosque, Tim 1994 

Foster, Daniel 1975 

Fotta, Bill 1976 

Fowlkes, Kevin 1987, '88 

Fox, Hank 1949/50/51 

Franciscus, Tony 1989 

Franklin, lamie 1972, 73 

Frattaroli, Joe 1962, '64 

Fraser, Quinzy 1997 

Friedgen, Ralph 1968 

Fries, Greg 1968/69/70 

Fritsch, John 1955/56/57 

Fritz, Emile 1945/46 

Fromang, Steve 1970, 71, 72 

Fry, Clarence (Chuck) 1949, '50, '51 

Fullerton, Ed 1950/51/52 

Fuller, Clifton 1892/93/94 

Fulton, Ed 1973, 74, '75, 76 

Funk, Mike 1962 

Furman, left" 1984 

Furman, Tyrone 1981/82/83 

Furst, Walter 1911 



Gaarn.Tim 1986/87 
Gaetz, Norman 1944 
Gaines, Mike 1970,71/72 
Gall, Ed 1977/78/79 
Gallagher, Bob 1958 
Gait. Pete 1905 
Gambino, Lu 1946, '47 
Garber.Chip 1975/76, 77 
Gardi, |oe 1957/58/59 
Gareis, Hank 1967/68/69 
Garent, Enoch 1902 
Garrott, William 1933/36 
Gawlick, Fred 1965, '66, '67 
Gayzur, Rudolph 1949 
Gebhardt, John 196", 68 
Gelbaugh, Stan 1984/85 
Getz, Harry 1935 
Gibbons, Charles 1896/97 
Gibson, Ray 1962 
Gick, Ryan 1995/97 
Gienger, Craigh 1970 
Gienger, George 1934, In 
Gierula, Chester 1947, 18 19 10 
Gilbert, Herbert 1918/19/20/21 
Giles. Darryl 1994/95, 96, 97 
Gill, Vernon 1903, 04 
Gillespie. Bill 1967/69 
Gillespie, Mike 1993/94 
Gilliam, Darryl 1993 9 i 9i 
Gilmore.Jack 1962, '63 
Gilmore.John 1440/42 
Gioia,Bob 1980/81 
Giuliano.Joe i4.su, '87 
Giamp Paul 19 6 
Giamp.Pete 19 8 9 10 
Gleasner.Don 1945 
Glenn, O'Neil 1990 

I loldman, 1 uthei 1933 

!. loel • i 9 

Goodman, lim 19 16 I It 

i I.imoni 1993 94 9 96 

Gormley, lohn 1934, 
Grao Miki 1966 I 6 



140 



Graff, Gustavius 1892/93 
Graham, Due) 1970 
Grant, Bill 196 
Grason.And) 1898, 99 
Gray, I ugene 1992, 93, 94 95 
Green, Dean 1988, '89 
Greene, ton) 1968, 69, 
Greenstein.1 rik 1993 94 95 96 
Greei William 1944, 15 
Gregory, I arr) 19 9 
Gretz,Harr) 1933 
Grey,( hris 19 8 9 
i ,ii. i, I rnesl 1997 
Gross, lames 1981, '82, '83 
Grovesjohn Boots 1919, '20, 

'21, '22 13 
Guckeyson, Bill 1 934, '35, *36 
Guerra, togel 1992, 9 i, 94 
Gunderman, Bobby 1982, '83, 84 
i lunderman, 1 .1 1965, 66 
Gunderman, Tom 1957, '58, '59 
i .mi, in, |esse 1921 

H 

Hack, David 1991, '93, '94 
Hacker, Bob 1959, 60, '61 
Hafcr, Robert 1943 
1 lagen, lames 1977 
Hagerman, Tom 194: 
Haley, Boh 1967, '68 
Hall, Irving (Bottle) 1923/24 
Hamilton, Fred 1955/56/57 
Hamley, lames 1969 
Hanes.Norris 1990 
Hannigan, (ohn 1961, '62 
Hanulak, Chel 1951/52/53 
Harbert.Doug 1975/76/77 
Harding, Samuel (Pop) 1892, 93, 

'9-1 

Hardisty, lohn 1899, 1900 
Harraka, Greg 1982/83, '84 
Harrell,Greg 1984 
Harris, Derick, 1974 
Harris, George 1893/94 
H.irns, I eon 1976 
Hams, Richie 1989/90/91/92 
Harrison, Roland 1892/93, '94 
Hart, R.G. 1915 
Hatala, Jason l LW ~ 
Hatfield, Norm 1962/63 
Hatter, Jim 1956, 57, 58 
Hatton, Hannibal 1905, 'Oh 
Haussmann, Kevin 1978 
Havener, Chris 1980 
Hawkins, Ralph 1956, 57 
Hayden, Courtne) 1930, '31 
Hayman, Edgar 190-1 
Headley, Coleman 1934/35/36 
Heagy, \l 1927, '28/29 
Healy.Don 1955/56/57 
Heffner, Fred 1952/53 
Heine. George 1923, ':4 
Heintz, William 1928, 29 
Helbock. Bill 194: 
Henne, Aaron 1993, '94, 95, '96 
Henning, Dan 1985, 86 87 
Henrv, Erik ;■ 
Hentz, Andre 1995, '96 




Chet Hanulak — '51/52/53 

Herzog,Fred 1 9:4, '25 
Hesprich, Rhett 1995/96, 97 
Hetrick, lohn 1966 
Heuring,Ed 1954, '55, '56 
Heward, Harry 1894/96 
Hewitt, Frederick 1937/38 
Heyer, hank 1940/41 
Hickey, Ibm 1964 
Hickman, William 1943 
Hicks, Chaplain 1907, 08 
Hicks,Erk 1994/95/96/97 
Hicks, Johnnie 1993, 95/96/97 
Hill, Darryl 1963 
Hill, Greg 1982/83/84 
Hillis, Robert 1943 
Hinebaugh,Wade 1896/97 
Hindman.F.R. 1913/14/15 
Hines, Frank 1898/99 
Hines, Frank, Ir. 193: 
Hines, Greg 1989,90/91 
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 193:, '53, '54 
Hoffman, Jeff 1989 
Holland, Mark 1986/87/88/89 
Hoge, Hamilton 1906 
Holder, Eric 1983/84, 85 
Holinka, left" 1983, '84, '85 
Hollis, Michael 1987, '88, '89, 90 
Holobetz, Corey 1992 
Hons, Craig 1970 
Hoopengardner, Joe 1940/42 
Hoover, Kim 1973, " I, 75 
Hopson, Mike 1990/91 
Hough, lohn 1922/23/24 
Hough, Josh 1996/97 
Howard, leremiah 1994, '95 
Hrezo, Joe 1960/61/62 
Hufman.Jack 1943 
Hughes, Bill 1984, "85, 86, 87 
Hughes, Leroy 1972/73, 74, ~ ; 
Hull, Mike 1997 



lumphries, I toward 1963, '6-1, '65 
hint, Max 1940 
lunteman.t harles 1912/13 
In., I, \n 1951, 
lurson, I dward 1943 



dzik, lohn 1947, '48, 19 iO 
glehart.John 1905 
gus, Chris 1983, 84 
mphong, Mil e 196 
nge. Bill 1990, '91, '9: 
nge,Wade 1992, 93 94 95 
ngram, Stephen 1990 92 
rvine, lohn 1952 13 i 



ackson, Fred 1946 
ackson.Paul 1995, '96, 97 
ackson, Tony 1947 
ames, Bruce 1995 96 
ames, Robert 1941/42, !6 
ameson, George 1906 
ankowski, Gary I960, '61, '62 
armolowich, Michael 1989, 90, 
'9i, '9: 

armoska, George 1940, 1 1 , '42 

ellerson, Ben 1985, '87/88 

enkins, Kris 1997 

ennings, Ricky 1973, 74, 75 

enkins, Anthony 1945, 47 

ernigan, Cy 1971, 73 

ohnson, Andreal 1943, '94, '95, '96 

ohnson, Barry 1987, '88, '89, '90 

ohnson, Charles 1976, 77, 78 

ohnson, Dave 1911, '12, '13 

ohnson, Ed 1965 

ohnson, Jonathan, 1994, '95 

ohnson. Louis 1440, '91 

ohnson, Mancel 1493, '94, 9 

ohnson, Sam 1978/79, 80 

ohnson, Ricky 1988, '89 

ohnston, Richard 1945. 4d 

oines, Vernon, 1985, '86, '87, '88 

ones, Clarence 1987/88, 89, '90 

ones, David 1970 

ones, Lendell 1981/82, '83 

ones, Stan 1931. '52, '53 

ordan, LaMonl 1997 

ovce. Fred 1962, '63, '64 

oyce, Jim 1981/82, '83 

oyner, Willie 1981, '82, '83 



Kalapinski, Matt 1997 

Kaleo, lohn 1992 
Kane, Ed 1966. '67, '68 
Karangalen, Peter 1943 
Karnas, Stanley 1948/49/50 
Kaufman, Norman 1959, '60 
Kecman, Ron 1970 7 
Keith. left 1949, '51 
Keenan, Charles 1950, '31,3: 
Keenan, John 1926 27 28 
Kafauver, Harry 1898/94 
Kelly, Harold 1970 
Kemp. William 1909, '10, '11 



Kershm 

6, 27/28 
Kichman, I harli 
Kiemaii, Paul 19 
Kilgallen, Jim 
Kinard, 
King, |ohn I9l 
Kinney, Eugen I 
Kinney, \ i 
Kirchiro, Bill 1959 
Kiselak,Mike 1987 
Kishpaugh.W.M. 1913, 14 
Klaube, red I I 
Klein, Robert 1984, 8 
i lingerman, Hong 196 1 6 
Kloppmeyer, < harles 1906 
knight ( hris 1983/85 
Knode, Bobby 1916/17/18/19 
Knode,Ken 1911, 12/13/14/15 
Koch, Peter 148 1 82 
Koehler.Hugh Pi 

'11/12 
Koelle, Raymond 1930/31 
Kolarac, George 1954/55, '56 
Kolencik, Frank 1979/80/81/82 
Kolodne, Waller 1943 
Komlo. Hi 
Kopka, Brian 1997 
Koprowski, Marion 1975 
Koziol, Steve 1976, 
Krahling, Chick 1964/65 
Kraicovic, less 1929, 10 11 
Kramer. Man in 1449/50 
Kramer, Paul 1953 
Kraus, loe 1983/84 
Kreider, lohn 1979/80, 81 
Kremus, lason 1991 
Kronberg, Vic 1 982 

Hill 1439, '40 
Krouse, Raymon 1947, 48, '49, '50 
Kubany, Glenn 1968, 69 
Kuchta. |oe 1948/49/50 
Kurz, Mm 1946 

L 

Lacy.Michael 199: 

Udygo.Petei 1950, 51 

LeHayne, Alfred 1975 

Landolt, Dean 1968 

Laneve, Hon 19 

Lange, Robert 19 

Lanigan, Pat 1924, '25 

Larkin, Bob 1980 

LaRue, James 1947/48/49 

Lary.RalpI 

Latham, Ector 1922/23 

Lattimer, Charles 195 

Laughery, Bob 

Lavine, Stanford 194- 

Lavrusky, Jim 19 

Lawrence, Doug 1990/91/92 

Lawrence, George 1938, '39 

Lawrynas, Ben 1992 

Lawson, J.W. 1892 



141 



Lettermen 



Layman, Bob 1956, '57, '58 
Lazaro,Bill 1958, '59 
Lazzarino, loe 1954, '55 
Letherman, lohn 1926 
LeGore, Walter 1904 
Lewis, Dickie 1956, '56, '58 
Lewis, Grenville 1894, '96 
Lewis, lermaine 1992, 95, '94, '95 
Lewis, Mike 1979, '80, '81,82 
Lewis, Ron 1962. '63 
Liebold, Leland 1952 
Lillibridge, John 1896/97 
Lilly, Hank 1963 
Lindsay, Paul 1951 
Linkous, Fred 1925, '26, '27 
Lishack, Michael 1971 
Livingston, Phil 1978, '79 
Lloyd, Edward 1938/39 
Lombard, Henry 1928, '29 
Loncar, Ed 1977/78 
Loomis, Lynn 1912/13 
Lorton, Kyle 1979/80 
Lovett, Billy 1966/67, '68 
Lowery, Bren 1986/87/88/89 
Luckey, George 1923, '24 
Lumsden, Milton 1939, '40 
Lunn, Cameron (Tubby) 1906, '07 
Lutz, lames 1943 
Lyght, Erwyn 1996/97 
Lynch. Leonard 1981, '82, '83, '84 
Lytic, Ken 1993/95 

M 

Maarleveld, ).D. 1984, '85 
MacBnde, Bob 1969,70 
MacDonald, Alexander 1916/17/18, 

'19/20 
MacDonald, lohn 1932 
Mace, Ron 1962 
Mack, Sharrod 1992/93 
Mackall, Thomas 1904/05/06/07 
Mackert, Roy 1919/20 
Maddox.Alvin 1976/77/78 
Madigan, George 1928/29 
Mahnic, Robert 1969,70 
Main, Wilbur 1956/57 
Makar, lames 1943 
Maletzky, Bill 1931/52 
Mallonee.l loyd 1942 
Manges. Mark 1974,75/76/77 
Marchetti, Nick 1986, '88 
Marchetto, Peter 1977 
Marciniak, Walt 1964 
Marino, Chris 1983 
Markoe, Dave 1964 
Marrone, Dave 1990, '91, '92 
Marshall, Larry 1969/70/71 
Matell, James 1970, 71, '72 
Martin, Andre 1993 
Martin, Andy 1963/64 
Martin, i harl 196 64 
Martine, Roj 1950, A 

Mark 1990/91/92/93 

Massey, lorn 1898 

'■ • n/71 

Malera, Brian I 



Matthews, I. Marsh 1900, '01, '02 
Matthews, lames 1 9X9 
Mattia, Peter 1968, '69. 70 
Mattis, Bob 1982 
May, Charlie 1929/31 
Mayer, George 1 904 
Mayhew, John 1932 
Mayo, Edmund 1903 
McCarthy, lohn 1936, '37 
McCarthy, loseph 1944, '45 
McCarthy, Patrick 1943, '46 
McCaw, Stewart 1934 
McDonald, John 1927/28/29 
McFadden, Bill 1981/82 
McFadden, Earl 1943 
McGonnigal, Brett 1988 
McHale.Tom 1983 
McHugh, Thomas 1947, '48, '49, '50 
McLaughlin, Tom 1935 
McLuckie.Tom 1952/53/54 
McManus, Edward 1970/71 
McNeil, Paul 1940 
McNutt, Alonzo 1905 
McQuade, lack 1921/22/23 
McQuade, Thomas 1949 
McQueen, Lorie 1964, '65 
McQuown, Wymand 1964, '65, '66 
McVicker, John 1955 
Meade, Jim 1936/37 
Medile, Sam 1979/80 
Meister, Bill 1968/69/71 
Melcher, Dick 1963/65 
Melcher, Mick 1963/64/65 
Merritt, Roland 1968/69 
Mesner, Bruce 1983, '84, '85, '86 
Mess, R.W. 1913/14 
Messina, Brad 1997 
Michael, R.M. 1916 
Mier, lack 1941/42 
Mike, David 1993 
Mike-Mayer, Steve 1972, 73, 74 
Milanovich, Scott 1993, '94, '95 
Miles, Larry 1984/85 
Milkovich, Bob 1979/80/81 
Miller, Charlie 1929 
Miller, Chris 1973,74 
Miller, Doug 1982 
Miller, Gary 1963 
Miller, Mike 1975/76 
Miller, Tom 1969/70,71 
Milligan, John 1993 
Milling, lames 1984/85/86/87 
Miloszewski, lohn 1966 
Minion, Ld 1933/34, '35 
Mitchell, Hanson 1896 
Mitchell, lohn 1931/32 
Mitchell, Parkei 1892/93 
Mitchell, Walter 1900/01, '02, 03 
Modzelewski, Dick 1950 i 12 
Modzelewski, Edward 1949 10 '<) 
Molster, lames 194' 
Molster,< barley 1918 
M.mi.i [oe 1959 61, 62 
Mondorfl Pershing 193 19 

Mom l 1941 12 16 

Montgomery, Tom 1913 

'•.i I rii 1970 

lohn 1919, 20 11 




Norris, John 1930, '31 
Norton, Patrick 1992 
Novak, Dick 1959, '60/61 
Nusz, Dave 1953/54/55 



Steve Mike-Mayer — 72, 73, 74 

Moore, Robert 1995 

Moran, I. Patrick 1944 

Morgan, Bob 1951/52/53 

Morhinweg, Fred 1917 

Morris, Scott 1943 

Morris, William (Country) 1912, '13 

Morrison, Clark 1921 

Mortensen, Carl 1966 

Morter, LaRoy 1945/46 

Morton, Carl 1986 

Morton, John 1939/40/41 

Moss, Charles 1976 

Moss, Joseph 1949/50/51 

Motley, Mark 1994/95 

Mudd, Khostka 1909/10, '11 

Mueller, lohn 1940 

Mueller, Leo 1938/39/40 

Muffler, loe 1976/77/78 

Muller.Mike 1980/81/82 

Mulliken, Clarence 1894 

Murphy, Bill 1972,73 

Murphy, |oe 1939/4(1 

Murphy, Scott 1975 

Myers, Dutch 1918/19 

Myrtle, Chip 1964/65/66 

Myslinski, Tom 1965/66, '67 

N 

Nairn, Roland 1950 
Nalewak, Ron 1964/65 
Namath, Frank 1 990 
Nardo, Anthony 1942 
Nardo, Dave 1962/63 
Nash, lohn 1971, 71, i 
Nash, lohn 1980/81/82 

Navarro, 1 i.inl I il, 12 

Naylor, Ralph 1900/01 02 
Neal/lomim 1983, 84 85, 86 
-Jli in.Beil 1896 

Ni Ison, Richard 1932/33/34 
Nelson, Richard 1986/87/88 
Nesbit.Andy 1918, '19, '20/21, '22 
Mestoi Paul 1951/52 
Neville, VI 1971 ' 
Nick,Glenn 9 
Nickla, Ed 195 
Niederhelman, loe I"- 
Nolan, Dick 19 



Oberle, Ken 1987, '88, '89, '90 
Oberlin, Lyman 1914/15/16 
Ochap.Gene 1974,75/76 
O'Connor, Ed 1952 
Odell, Dave 1976 
O'Donnell, Dick 1954 
O'Donnell, loe 1994/95/96 
O'Donnell, Neil 1987/88/89 
Oertly, Fred 1893 
Ogbogu, Eric 1994/95/96/97 
Ogle, Kendall 1994/96/97 
O'Hara, Dennis 1968. '69, 71 
O'Hare.Tim 1978 
Oiefbeson, Whitney 1915 
Olavarria, Luis 1992/93 
Olecki, Bruce 1967, '69 
Oliveras, Ramon 1 997 
Olkewicz, Neal 1976,77/78 
Orta, Ralph 1989/90/91 
Osborn, Downey 1923, '24 
Osier, Jerry 1962 
Owen, Norman 1943 



PaceDa, David 1979/80, '81/82 

Pagannucci, Romeno 1919, '20. '21 

Page, Calvin 1901 

Page, Glenn 1987/88/89/90 

Palahunik, George 1952. '53, '54 

Palanda, Michael 1977 

Palmer, Bruce 1976/77, 78 

Panagos, Inn 1991, '92 

Pane/a. loe 1967 

Papuchis, John 1978 

Paredes, Ramon 1985/86 

Parker, Alvin 1924/25 

Parker, David 1989 

Parker, Tommy 1983/84, 85, 86 

Parson, lohn 1926/27 

Parsons, |im 1952, '53, 54, '55 

Pastrana, Alan 1965/66, 68 

Patterson, Dong 1997 

Pearson, Ron 1966 6 68 
Pease, A I 1929, '30, II 

Peck, Lyle 1978, 9 
Pellegrini, Bob 1953/54, ■ 
Pennington, Victoi 1914 
Perlo, Phil 1955 

Peters, Francis 1898, 900 

Petibon, Richie 1984, 85 86 
Petronaci, lohn I9"l 
I'd in//.), loseph 1950 
Pi n, Phil 1964 6 
Pdtit.Bill 1964 
Philips, \l 1946, 17, is 
Phillips, Vane. 
Phoenix, Richard 1992 
Pietrowski, loseph 1945 

Robert 1945 
Pinck,Gu) 1904 
Pipei Dan I960, el/62 

l llo, William 1943 



142 



Lettermen 



Pitzer, fohn 1930 

Plank, Kevin 1992, '93, '94, '95 

Plasnig, Dutch 1921 

Plevin Ibm I . 68 

Plocki.Dan 1985, 86, 8 ','88 

Pobiak,Ed 1948, l 

Poling, William 194 i, 16 
Pollock, George (Rosy) 1921, 12, !3 
Polyanski, Stan 1955 
Pompey, Kevin 1990 
Poniatowski, Hank 1959, '60, '61 
Poppelman, Raj 1930, '31, '32 

Posy, Gilberl l 10, '11 

Pose) Waltei 191 l.'l 1,'15,'16,'17 

Pouleur, \ 1 i ,'n( 

Powers, Warren 1985, '86, '87, '88 

.. IV.nso 1892 93 
Prunzik, Dan 1989, 90, 91, 92 
Psira,Ken I960 
Pue, Dick 1892 
Pugh, Bill 1981 

harlie 1427 
Pugh, Ed 1921, '22, '23, '24 
Purvis Ban 19 1, !, ; 



Oil. in. Icr. hmnn 1982 
Q ;'i| 1896 

u 

Raba, Robert 1973, '74, '75, 76 
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Rae.Tom I960, 61, '62 
Raedy,Mike 1918, '19 
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mei 1940, H,'42 
Riggleman, Micke] 1972 
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Vugie 1927, '28, '29 
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Rodenberger, loll 1979, '80, '81 
Rodgere, Buddy 1994/95, 
Rodeers, Michael 1992 




Chad Scott — '95/96 

Rog Ed 1962 
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» Scott 1986, 87, 88/89 
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Skinnei 

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40 

Stump, lames 1995/96 
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143 



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U 

Ulam, lames I9i 
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Underwood, Brian 1994, '95, 9l 9 
Underwood, Eddie 1900 




John Tice — 79, '80/81/82 



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W 

Wagenheim, Phil 1973, 74 
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Waters, lohn 1924/23 



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v\ I' \l 1930 11/32 



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Wysocki, Charlie 1978, 79, '80, '81 

X 

Xanthos.Vinny 1996 



Yarnell, Dennis 1971 

Yeager, Charles (Buddy) 1933, 

'34, '35 
Yeates, Mike 1975, 76, 77 
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Young, Walter 1921/22/23 
Younge, |oe 1972/74,75 



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Zolak, Scott 1989, 9ii 
Zulick, Charlie 1936 
Zulick. Earl 1925/26/27 




Larry Webster — '88/89/90/91 



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Postseason 



145 



Postseason 



1953 ACC CHAMPIONS 



National champion Maryland and 18th-ranked 
Duke tied for the ACC's inaugural grid title. The 
Terps finished the regular season with a perfect 
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 scor- 
ing defense, 3. 1 points per game. Terp tackle Stan 
Jones earned consensus All-America honors while 
teammate Bernie Faloney was named first-team 
Academic All-America. 






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CONFERENCE GAMES 





ALL GAMES 






w 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp 


7 


2 


1 


217 


81 


10 


1* 





298 


38 


7 


3 





198 


97 


4 


6 





173 


187 


3 


6 


1 


123 


157 


3 


5 


1 


139 


172 


1 


9 





80 


263 


1 


8 





75 


242 



MARYLAND (3-0, 10-1-0) 



Team 


W 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp 


Duke 


4 








105 


27 


Maryland 


3 








70 


6 


South Carolina 


s 


3 





58 


70 


North Carolina 


2 


3 





67 


99 


Wake Forest 


2 


3 





52 


75 


Clemson 


1 


7 





25 


34 


NC State- 





3 





14 


80 


Virginia 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 



*Lost Orange Bowl 



20 


Missouri 


6 


52 


Wash. & Lee 





20 


Clemson 





40 


Georgia 


13 


26 


N. Carolina 





30 


Miami (Fla.) 





24 


S. Carolina 


6 


27 


G. Washington 


6 


38 


Mississippi 





21 


Alabama 








Oklahoma' 


7 



1955 ACC CHAMPIONS 



For the second time in the ACC's first three years, 
Maryland and Duke tied for the league title with 
identical 4-0 records. The Terps finished third in 
both polls while the Blue Devils earned a 16th list- 
ing in the UP1 poll. The ACC posted a 22-18-1 
mark against non-conference opponents. Mary- 
land led the nation in defense against the rush, 
allowing 83.9 yards per game. Maryland had a 1 5- 
game win streak snapped with a 20-6 loss to Okla- 
homa in the Orange Bowl. Terp center Bob Pelle- 
grini was a consensus All-America. 




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CONFERENCE GAMES 





ALL GAMES 






W 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp 


10 


1- 





217 


77 


7 


2 


1 


196 


95 


7 


3 





206 


144 


3 


7 





117 


218 


5 


4 


1 


131 


157 


3 


6 





120 


209 


4 


5 


1 


206 


193 


1 


9 





96 


201 



MARYLAND (4-0, 10-1-0) 



Team 


W 


I. 


T 


Pts. 


Opp 


Mar) land 


4 








105 


26 


Duke 


1 








94 


1 1 


t lemson 


3 


1 





79 


59 


North Carolina 


3 


3 





90 


102 


Wake Foresl 


3 


3 


i 


105 


100 


Smith t Carolina 


1 


5 





73 


1 ., 


N( State 





2 


1 


J 8 


71 


Virginia 





4 





12 


80 



'I ust t (range Howl 



13 


Missouri 


12 


7 


It 1 \ 





20 


Baylor 


6 


28 


Wake 1 ores) 


7 


25 


N ( arolina 


7 


34 


s\ racuse 


13 


27 


S t arolina 





1 ! 


LSI) 





■ 


( 'lemson 


12 


19 


i , Washington 





6 


Oklahoma" 


20 



146 



Postseason 



1974 ACC CHAMPIONS 



Maryland won 1 1 -. firsl conference championship 
in is years, sweeping pasl .ill six ol its leagui 
opponents, li marked the I Oth time in conferenci 
historj Hi. it .1 team had gone unbeaten in leagui 
play, \n \i ( record three teams earned bowl 
bids. Maryland lost to Tennessee, ' !, in the I ib- 
ertj Bowl. The rerps extended their win streak 
against At ( iocs to in Maryland's Rand) Whiti 
Clemson's Bennie ( unningham and North < ai 
olina's Ken Huff were consensus All-Americans. 
White, .i senior defensive tackle, won both the 
Outland and I ombardi trophies. 












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CONFERENCE GAMES 





ALL GAMES 






w 


[ 


1 


I'ts. 


Opp. 


8 


r 





116 


104 


7 


4 


(1 


246 


250 


7 


V 


(1 


364 


J 79 


9 


J 


I-- 


317 


2 11 


6 


5 





201 


208 


I 


7 


(1 


207 


239 


1 


10 


(1 


74 


348 



MARYLAND (6-0, 8-4) 



Team 


W 


1. 


1 


Pts. 


Opp 


Maryland 


(i 





(l 


198 


35 


i lemson 


4 


) 





I SO 


135 


North Carolina 


4 


2 


i) 


146 


115 


NC State 


4 


5 


ii 


143 


121) 


Duke 


2 


4 





1 HI 


136 


Virginia 


1 


5 





61 


1 11 


Wake 1 oresl 





6 





31 


169 



'I ost I iberty Howl; ''1 osl Sun Bowl; = lied Bluebonnet Bowl 



16 


Alabama 


21 


10 


Florida 


17 


24 


N. ( Carolina 


12 


31 


S) racuse 





41 


( lemson 


ii 


17 


Wake Forest 


it 


20 


N( State 


in 


17 


Penn Suite 


24 


II 


Villanova 


(I 


56 


Duke 


! i 


10 


Virginia 





3 


Tennessee' 


7 



1975 ACC CHAMPIONS 



Maryland captured its second consecutive ACC 
gridiron title b) posting a perfect 5-0 league mark 
and extending its win streak ovet conference 
opponents to 15, tying a league mark. For the 
third straight year, the Terps took part in post- 
season competition, defeating I lot ida, 13-0, in the 
Gator Howl Maryland, which led the league in 
total offense with 375.2 yards per game, set an 
\CC single game total offense mark with 802 
yards in a 62-24 victor) over Virginia, November 

Maryland's lohn Schultz was the nations top 

on returner with a 31.0 average. 




CONFERENCE GAMES 



ALL GAMES 



MARYLAND (5-0, 9-2-1) 



Team 


W 


L 


i 


Pts. 


Opp 


Maryland 


5 








182 


73 


Duke 


3 





2 


131 


84 


NC state- 


2 


2 


1 


131 


115 


Wake Forest 


3 


3 





143 


137 


Clemson 


2 


3 





102 


141 


North Carolina 


1 


4 


1 


1 19 


159 


Virginia 





5 





98 


226 



'Won Gator Bowl; "Lost Peach Bowl 



\\ 
9" 

4 
7 
3 

2 
3 



Pts. Opp. 



4" 

8 

9 

7 
10 



312 
197 
260 

221 
177 
207 
173 



150 

212 
210 
264 
381 
272 
42S 



11 


Villanova 





8 


Tennessee 


26 


34 


N. ( arolina 


7 


11) 


Kentucky 


10 


24 


Syracuse 


7 


37 


NC State 


22 


27 


Wake Forest 





13 


Penn State 


13 


21 


Cincinnati 


19 


22 


Clemson 


20 


o2 


Virginia 


24 


13 


Florida* 






147 



Postseason 



1 976 ACC CHAMPIONS 



Maryland's powerful Terrapins swept through the 
regular season undefeated and became only the 
second team in ACC history to win three consec- 
utive league titles outright. Coach Jerry Clai- 
borne's club ran its conference victory string to a 
record 20 straight- The Terps appeared in a bowl 
for the fourth straight year, losing to Southwest 
Conference champion Houston, 30-21, in the 
Cotton Bowl. Maryland tackle loe Campbell and 
Wake Forest defensive back Bill Armstrong were 
consensus All-Americans. Maryland's No. 8 rank- 
ing in the final AP poll was the first Top 10 finish 
bv an ACC team since 1960. 




CONFERENCE GAMES 





ALL GAMES 






w 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


11 


r 





294 


115 


9 


3*" 





243 


220 


5 


6 





177 


206 


5 


5 


1 


234 


245 


3 


7 


1 


205 


258 


2 


9 





106 


266 


3 


6 


2 


172 


237 



MARYLAND (5-0, 11-1-0) 



Team 


w 


L 


I 


Pts. 


Opp 


Maryland 


5 








1 11 


24 


North Carolina 


4 


1 





144 


102 


Wake Forest 


3 


3 





124 


118 


Duke 


■> 


3 


1 


125 


145 


NC State 


2 


3 





97 


98 


+ Virginia 


1 


4 





40 


111 


Clemson 





4 


1 


76 


123 



'Lost Cotton Bowl; ''Lost Peach Bowl; 

+Loss to Virginia Tech counted as conference game 



31 


Richmond 


7 


24 


West Virginia 


3 


42 


Syracuse 


28 


20 


Villanova 


9 


K-. 


NC State 


6 


17 


Wake Forest 


15 


30 


Duke 


3 


24 


Kentucky 


14 


21 


Cincinnati 





20 


Clemson 





28 


Virginia 





21 


Houston* 


30 



1983 ACC CHAMPIONS 



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 consecutive bowl game, lost to Florida 
State, 28-3, in the Peach Bowl. 




CONFERENCE GAMES 





ALL GAMES 






w 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp 


8 


4- 





316 


253 


8 


f 





337 


216 


3 


8 





222 


(] ) 


3 


8 





246 


(50 


6 


5 





252 


280 


S 


8 





23h 


2 Id 


4 


7 





257 


28 1 


9 


1 


1 


338 


200 



MARYLAND (5-0, 8-4-0) 



Team 


W 


I 


I 


Pts. 


Opp 


Maryland 


5 








154 


71 


North Carolina 


4 


1 





184 


117 


i "i.i Tech 


3 


2 





147 


1 in 


Duke 


i 


3 





150 


183 


Virginia 


5 


3 


o 


143 


150 


N< Stale 


1 


5 





108 


159 


Wake Forest 


1 


5 





150 


218 


' ( lemson 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. 



'Lost Florida Citrus Bowl; "Lost Peach Bowl; 

* Not eligible lor championship by conference action 



21 


Vanderbilt 


11 


21 


West Virginia 


31 


13 


Pittsburgh 


7 


!}■ 


Virginia 


3 


U 


s\ ra< use 


13 


$6 


Wake Forest 


33 


!8 


Duke 


3 


28 


North ( arolina 


26 


2i 


Auburn 


16 


27 


( llemson 


52 


29 


V State 


o 


23 


Tennessee" 


Ml 



148 



Postseason 



1984 ACC CHAMPIONS 



Mai ) land po< keted the championship for the sec- 
ond year in .1 row and earned its filth outright 
crown over the past II seasons. Hie title was not 
decided until the season's final weekend when the 
["erps knocked of) Virginia, 15 14, foi the league 
crown Maryland, taking pari in us third straight 
bowl game, defeated Tennessee in the Sun Bowl, 
!8 ! "Ink Virginia, making its first evei bowl 
game appearance, defeated Purdue in the Peach 
Bowl, 27-24. Maryland, trailing Miami, ; i 0, al 
the half, rallied foi 42 second hall points to beat 
ik Hurricanes, 12 10, setting .1 record foi the 
greatest comeback in NCAA Division I A football 
history. 



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CONFERENCE GAMES 





ALL GAMES 






w 


1 


1 


Pts. 


Opp 


9" 


3 





380 


280 


8" 


4 


11 


337 


211! 


5 


"> 


1 


234 


274 


6 


5 





205 


232 


6 


4 


1 


296 


201 


2 


9 





128 


$01 


3 


8 





263 


311 


7 


4 





346 


215 



MARYLAND (5-0, 9-3-0) 



Team 


W 


1 


T 


Pts. 


Opp 


Maryland 


5 








204 


102 


Virginia 


3 


1 


"> 


189 


108 


North Carolina 


3 


1 


1 


1 l l » 


125 


Wake Forest 


5 


3 





91 


124 


( ieorgia Tech 


2 


i 


1 


1 14 


81 


Duke 


1 


5 





67 


K-2 


\i State 


1 


5 





97 


179 


1 ( llemson 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 



'Won Sun Bowl; ■'Won Peach Bowl; 

* Not eligible for championship by conference action 





Syracuse 


2< 


1 1 


Vanderbilt 


23 


20 


West Virginia 


17 


18 


Wake 1 ores! 


17 


24 


Penn State 


25 


11 


NC State 


21 


13 


Duke 


7 


34 


North ( Carolina 


1} 


42 


Miami | 1 la. 1 


40 


41 


1 It nison 


2< 


15 


\ irginia 


34 


28 


Tennessee' 


27 



1985 ACC CHAMPIONS 



Maryland made n three championships in a row 
and six in 12 years by finishing unbeaten in ACC 
play. Fur the fourth straight year and 1 1th time in 
13 seasons, the Terps took part in post-season 
play, knocking of) Syracuse in the (lion bowl. 
35-18. Maryland extended its ACC winning 
streak to 17 games with a 33-21 title-clinching 
victory over Virginia on the final weekend of the 
season. A pan ol offensive tackles, 1.1"). Maarleveld 
ol Maryland and lim Dombrowski of Virginia, 
were tabbed as consensus Ail-Americans. 




CONFERENCE GAMES 





ALL GAMES 






w 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp 


9* 


3 





326 


192 


9= 


2 


1 


252 


132 


6+ 


6 





244 


222 


6 


3 





262 


217 


5 


6 





224 


223 


4 


7 





193 


252 


3 


8 





186 


305 


4 


7 





212 


249 



MARYLAND (6-0, 9-3-0) 



Team 


w 


L 


T 


Pts. 


Opp 


Maryland 


6 








192 


92 


Georgia Tech 


5 


1 





136 


55 


Clemson 


4 


3 





167 


122 


Virginia 


4 


3 





172 


150 


North Carolina 


3 


4 





129 


154 


Duke 


~t 


5 





44 


174 


N< State 


s 


5 





121 


184 


Wake Forest 


1 


6 





99 


174 



Won Cherry Bowl; #Won All-American Bowl; +Lost Independence Bowl 



18 


Penn State 


20 


31 


Boston College 


13 


28 


West Virginia 








Michigan 


20 


31 


N( state 


17 


26 


Wake Forest 


3 


40 


Duke 


10 


28 


North Carolina 


10 


22 


Miami (Fla.) 


29 


34 


Clemson 


31 


33 


Virginia 


21 


35 


Syracuse" 


18 



149 



Postseason 



<0%L GEORGIA 


Gator Bowl 




Jacksonville, FL 
January 1, 1948 

Maryland 
Georgia 


20 
20 


ftMy^ra^i 






Gator Bowl 



Jacksonville, FL 
January 2, 1950 

Maryland 
Missouri 



20 

7 



In front of the first capacity crowd in Gator Bowl history, 16,666, Mary- 
land's I, li Gambino was a one-man wrecking crew, rushing for 165 yards 
and scoi mg three touchdowns. Gambino's three scores propelled Mary- 
land to a 20-7 lead, but Georgia reeled off 13 points in the fourth quar- 
ter to tie the game. The Bulldogs threatened to win the game in the clos- 
ing seconds, but time ran out with Georgia on Maryland's four-yard 
line. Despite the tie, there was no question as to the game's most valu- 
able player. Gambino won the Burkhalter Award, signifying the game's 
outstanding performer. Gambino was inducted into the Gator Bowl 
Hall of fame m 1992. 



Maryland 



Georgia 



13 











20 



20 



2nd Q 



UM — Gambino 35-yard run (McHugh kick) 

UG — Rauch 1-yard run (Geri kick) -3rd Q 

UM — Gambino 1-yard run (kick failed) -3rd Q 

UM — Gambino 24-yard pass from Baroni -3rd Q 

UG— Geri 4-yard run (kick failed) -4th Q 

UG — Donaldson 9-yard pass from Rauch (Geri kick) -4th Q 



GAME STATISTICS 



First Downs 

Rushing Yards 

Passing Yards 

Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int. 

Fumbles/Lost 

Punts 

Yards Penalized 

Attendance 16,666 



Maryland 

16 

247 

127 

7-14-1 

0-0 

5(44) 

5-66 



Georgia 

19 

216 

190 

12-20-1 

2-1 

4(40) 

4-80 



Three times in the first half Missouri turned the ball over, and all three 
times Maryland scored a touchdown as the Terrapins defeated the 
Tigers, 20-7, to earn their first-ever post-season victory. The Terrapin 
running attack, led by Bob Shemonski and Ed Modzelewski, amassed 
266 rushing yards, the second-most by a Maryland bowl team. Marx- 
land defensive back John Idzik set up Maryland's first score with a 26- 
yard interception return to the Tiger 1 1-yard line. Shemonski scored on 
a sweep on the next play for the go-ahead touchdown. Shemonski 
scored again on a six-yard run late in the second quarter to put the Terps 
up 20-0. 



Maryland 


7 


13 








20 




Missouri 











7 


7 



UM — Shemonski 1 1-yard run (Dean kick) -1st Q 
UM — Modzelewski 3-yard run (kick failed) -2nd Q 
UM — Shemonski 6-yard run (Dean kick) -2nd Q 
MO — Klien 4-vard run (Glorioso kick) -4th Q 



GAME STATISTIC 



First Downs 

Rushing Yards 

Passing Yards 

Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int. 

Fumbles/Lost 

Punts 

Yards Penalized 



Maryland 

11 

266 

16 

2-17-1 

1-1 

7(39.0) 

63 



Missouri 

13 

100 

167 

11-29-3 

5-5 

3 (38.0) 

10 



STATISTICAL LEADERS 



Rushing 


Atl. 


Yds. 


TD 




Gambino (I'M 


22 


165 


3 




Donaldson (UG) 


Hi 


69 







Passing 


Att. 


Comp. 


Yds. 


TD 


Baroni (UM) 


11 




127 


1 


Rausch i i ■ 


20 


12 


190 


1 



150 



Postseason 







SUGAR BOWL 

JM«UiJL v $ TENNESSIE 



Sugar Bowl 



New Orleans, LA 
January 2, 1952 

Maryland 
Tennessee 



28 
15 




Orange Bowl 



Miami, I I 
January /, 1954 

Oklahoma 
Maryland 



7 
I) 



In what may have been perhaps the biggest win in Maryland football 
history, the ferps upset No. I ranked and regular season national cham- 
pion Fennessae, 28-13, in the 1952 sugar Bowl, ["he ferps were led by 
running back Ed "Might) Mo" Modzelewski 1 153 yards cm 28 carries) 
and the brilliant play oi running hack/defensive back hd Inlkrton who 
scored two touchdowns and threw for another. The Terps put the game 
.mi ol reach in the third quarter with a 46-yard interception for a touch- 
down In Fullerton, giving the Terps a 28 6 lead. Mankind finished the 
season with -\n overall record of 10-0-0 and a No. 3 national ranking. 



Maryland 


7 


14 


7 





28 




Tennessee 





6 





7 


13 



UM Fullerton 2-yard run (Decker kick) IstQ 

I'M — Shemonski 7-yard pass from Fullerton (Decker kick i -2nd Q 

UM — Scarbath 1-yard run (Decker kick I -2nd Q 

UT — Rechichar 4-yard pass from Payne (kick failed) -2nd Q 

I'M — Fullerton 46-yard interception return I Decker kick) -3rd Q 

UT— Payne 2-yard run (Rechichar kick) -4th Q 



Tennessee 

12 

.HI 

"5 

9-19-4 

16 

2-2 

13.0) 
2-20 



GAME STATISTICS 






Maryland 


Fust Downs 




18 


Rushing Yards 




289 


Passing Yards 




63 


Passes ( omp.-Att.- 


Int.) 


7-13- ] 


Return Yardage 




29 


Fumbles 1 ost 




7-1 


Punts 




8 38.0) 


Yards Penalized 




12-120 



STATISTICAL LEADERS 



Rushing 


Att. 


Yds. 


TD 




Modzelewski (UM) 


28 


153 







Payne 1 


11 


54 


1 




Passing 


Att. 


Comp. 


Yds. 


TD 


Scarbath (UM) 


9 


6 


57 





Payne (UT) 


14 


7 


75 


1 



I his was i lu- lii si game of the contract that pitted the Big Eight Confer 
ence champion against the Atlantic (.oast Conference champion. The 
lei rapins took an undefeated season and the nation's No. I ranking into 

the game against An Oklahoma squad that used a powerful running 
attack to grind out a second quarter touchdown to propel the Sooners 
to a 7-0 win. lu ice the Terps had lust down opportunities with the ball 
inside the 10 yard line and tailed to come away with any points. 



Maryland 


0- 







Oklahoma 7 


0- 


7 


OU — Griggs 25-yard run ( Leake kick 1 


2 nd Q 




GAME STATISTIC 



First Downs 

Rushing Yards 

Passing Yards 

Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int. 

Return Yardage 

Fumbles/Lost 

Punts 

Yards Penalized 

Attendance - 68,718 



STATISTICAL LEADERS 



Rushing 

Felton l I'M i 
GrigglOl i 

Passing 
Boxold(UM) 
Calame Ol 

Receiving 

Nolan i DM i 
Burris(OU) 



Maryland 

13 

176 

36 

5-12-0 

23 

1-1 

5(29.0) 

-13 



Oklahoma 

10 

208 

22 

4-6-1 

7 

2-2 

7(31.3) 

-43 



Att. 


Yds. 


TD 




10 


51 







13 


89 


1 




Att. 


Comp. 


Yds. 


TD 


9 


3 


42 





4 


4 


22 





Rec. 


Yds. 


TD 




2 


31 







3 


i: 








151 



Postseason 




Orange Bowl 



Miami, FL 
January 2, 1956 

Oklahoma 
Maryland 



20 
6 




Peach Bowl 



Atlanta, GA 
December 28, 1973 

Georgia 
Maryland 



17 
16 



The third-ranked Terps came into the Orange Bowl riding a 15-game 
winning streak, only to have it snapped by an Oklahoma team that 
extended its winning streak to 30 games with its 20-6 win. The Terps, 
who led 6-0 at halftime, were stunned when the Sooners went into their 
famous "fast break offense" and reeled off two third quarter touch- 
downs to earn the national championship. 



Maryland 





6 








6 




Oklahoma 








14 


6 - 


20 



UM— Vereb 15-yard run (kick tailed) - 2nd 

OU— McDonald 4-yard run (Prices kick) - 3rd 

OU — O'Neil 1-yard run (Prices kick) - 3rd Q 

OU — Dodd 82-yard interception return (kick failed) - 4th Q 



GAME STATISTICS 



Maryland 

First [towns 9 

Rushing Yards 187 

Passing Yards 46 

Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int.) 3-10-3 

Fumbles/Lost 3-2 

Punts 7(40.0) 

Yards Penalized 4-61 
Attendance - 75,561 



STATISTICAL LEADERS 



Rushing Att. 

Vereb (UM) 
Harris (OU) 

Passing Att 

Beightol (UM) 
Harris '^n' , 



Receiving 
Cooke (UM) 
Burris i >i 



Rec 



Oklahoma 

16 

202 

53 

4-10-1 

1-1 

8(34.0) 

4-35 



t. 


Yds. 


TD 




8 


108 


1 




9 


63 







t. 


Comp. 


Yds. 


TD 


7 


2 


46 





5 


5 


34 





c. 


Yds. 


TD 




1 


21 







2 


28 








Maryland came away from its first bowl game in 18 years a bitterly dis- 
appointed team. The Terrapins dominated Georgia in all phases, but the 
game was tied 10-10 at the half thanks to a couple of big plays by the 
Bulldogs. In the third quarter, a costly Terp fumble led to Georgia's go- 
ahead touchdown. Seven times the Terrapins were inside the Georgia 
20-yard line, coming away with only nine points. The Terps' lone touch- 
down came via Walter White's 68-yard touchdown reception. 



Maryland 





10 





6 


16 




Georgia 





10 


7 





17 



UG — Poulous 62-yard pass from lohnson (Leavitt kick) 5:27-2nd 

UM — White 68-yard pass from Carter (Mike-Mayer kick) 5:04-2nd Q 

UM — Mike-Mayer 36-yard field goal 1:31 -2nd Q 

UG — Leavitt 26-yard field goal :06-2nd Q 

UG — lohnson 1-yard run (Leavitt kick) 4:24-3rd Q 

UM— Mike-Mayer 25-yard field goal 13:53-4th Q 

UM— Mike-Mayer 28-yard field goal 7:35-4th O 



GAME STATISTICS 



First Downs 

Rushing Yards 

Passing Yards 

Passes (( omp.-Att.-lnt.) 

Return Yardage 

Fumbles/Lost 

Punts 

Yards Penalized 

Attendance - 38.107 



STATISTICAL LEADERS 



Rushing 


Att. 


Cartel (UM) 


29 


King(UG) 


lo 


Passing 


Att. 


Kinard(UM) 


S 


lohnson (UG) 


16 


Receiving 


Rec 


While (UM) 


2 


Poulous (UG) 


2 



Maryland 

15 

219 

242 

8-18-1 

78 

4-3 

6(31 .8 1 

5-63 



Georgia 

11 

170 
114 
5-16-1 

135 
2-2 

8(41.31 
1-5 



Yds. 


TD 




126 







57 







mp. 


Yds. 


TD 


1 


1 13 





5 
Yds. 


1 1 1 
ID 


1 


106 


1 




i. 


1 





152 



Postseason 



«|W0Vnt ANNUAL 

Liberty Bowl 


Liberty Bowl 




Hflf vv *7hH III ^B 
Vmaryundm HI 


Memphis, TN 
December 16, 1974 

Tennessee 7 
Maryland 3 


*&, im 






Gator Bowl 



Jacksonville, II 
December 29, 1975 

Maryland 
Florida 



I i 




The Maryland defense, led In All At c defensive tackle Randy While, 
shut out Tennessee for nearly four quarters but lost the game when the 
Volunteers' quarterback Randy Wallace found Larry Sievers tor an 1 1 
yard touchdown pass with 2:08 to play. The Terps were punting from 
their own 13 when a bad snap from center was recovered by the Volun- 
teers on the Maryland seven-yard line. Maryland had a chance to win 
the game but an apparent 20-yard touchdown pass was ruled out of 
bounds. 



Maryland 





3 












3 




Tennessee 











7 






7 


UM— Mike-Mayer 28 
I'T — Servers 1 1 -yard 


-yard field goal - 2nd Q 

jass from Wallace (Towsend kick) 


4th q 




GAME STATISTICS 



Maryland 

First Downs lb 

Rushing Yards 108 

Passing Yards 1 5cS 

Passes (Comp.-Att.-lnt.) 15-24-2 

Return Yardage 76 

Fumbles/Lost 3-3 

Punts 6(41.0) 

Yards Penalized 4-63 
Attendance - 51,284 



Tennessee 
15 

173 

65 

7-16-0 

65 

4-2 

7(39.0) 

8-69 



The ACC champion Terrapins headed into the 1975 Gator bowl as a 
seven-point underdog to the Florida ( iators. 1 lowever, this did not deter 
the Terps, who were coming off their best season (8-2-1) in 20 years. 
Maryland shut out the (iators, 13-0, in front of a large pro-Florida 
crowd in a steady downpour. The Maryland defense held the SE< "s total 
offense leader scoreless and intercepted two Florida passes which led to 
the fust 10 Maryland points. This was the first Terp win oyer an SE( 
team since 1955 and their first bowl win since the 1932 Sugar bowl. 



Maryland 


7 


3 





3 


13 




Florida 


















UM — Hoover 19-yard pass from Dick (Sochko kick) 6:15 1st Q 
UM— Sochko 20-yard field goal 6:49-2nd Q 
UM— Sochko 27-yard field goal 1 1:41 -4th Q 



GAME STATISTICS 



First Downs 

Rushing Yards 

Passing Yards 

Passes (Comp.-Att.-lnt. 

Return Y'ardage 

Fumbles/Lost 

Punts 

Yards Penalized 



Maryland 

15 

209 

82 

7-16-0 

26 

0-0 

7(39.5) 

5-47 



Florida 

14 

182 

28 

3-19-3 

25 

1-1 

6-48 



STATISTICAL LEADERS 



STATISTICAL LEADERS 



Rushing 


Att. 


Yds. 


TD 




Rushing 


Att. 


Yds. 


TD 




Carter i I'M 


22 


65 







Atkins (I'M 


20 


127 







Gayle (UT) 


17 


106 


1 




DuBose (UF) 


18 


95 







Passing 


Att. 


Comp. 


Yds. 


TD 


Passing 


Att. 


Comp. 


Yds. 


TD 


Avellini (I'M 


2 j 


15 


158 





Dick (UM) 


13 


5 


67 





Holloway(UT) 


15 


6 


54 





Fisher (UF) 


12 


2 


33 





Receiving 


Rec. 


Yds. 


TD 




Receiving 


Rec. 


Yds. 


TD 




White (UM) 


5 


68 







Hoover 'I'M 


1 


24 


1 




Seivers (UT) 


4 


38 


1 




Lecount (UF) 


1 


25 


o 





153 



Postseason 



HOISTOX 




Cotton Bowl 



Dallas, TX 
January 1, 1977 

Houston 
Maryland 



30 
21 





Hall of Fame Bowl 


HALL OF FAME BOWL 


"^~~T * .jf 


Birmingham, AL 




December 22, 1977 


I&.V, ; 


Maryland 1 7 


■. I y :: 


Minnesota 7 


MARYLAND 




MINNESOTA 

PRICE SZOO 





Mar) land entered the 1977 Cotton Bowl with a perfect 11-0 record, but 
the hopes for a perfect season were dashed quickly when Houston 
scored 21 first quarter points en route to a 30-21 win. The Cougars 
rushed for a total of 320 yards in the game and 144 in the 21 -point first 
quarter. The Terps cut the lead to 27-21 in the fourth quarter, but a 3:42 
drive by the Cougars late in the quarter resulted in a field goal, slam- 
ming the door on any Terp comeback hopes. 



Maryland 





7 


7 


7 


21 




Houston 


21 


6 





3 


30 



UH— Thomas 1 1-yard run (Coplin kick) 6:27-lst Q 

UH— Blackwell 33-yard run (Coplin kick) 3:13- 1st Q 

UH— Blackwell 1 -yd run (Coplin kick) :51-lst Q 

UM — Manges 6-yard run (Loncar kick) 9:36-2nd Q 

UH — Bass 33-yard pass from Davis (kick failed) :55-2nd Q 

UM — Sievers 11 -yard pass from Manges (Sochko kick) 1:41 -3rd Q 

UM— Wilson 1-yd run (Sochko kick) 8:46-4th Q 

UH— Coplin 28-yard field goal :18-4th Q 



Houston 

20 

320 

108 

5-8-0 

5 

4-3 

4 (36.0) 

5-22 



GAME STATISTICS 


First Downs 


Marylar 

17 


Rushing Yards 


120 


Passing Yards 


179 


Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int. ) 


17-32-0 


Return Yardage 


13 


Fumbles/Lost 


1-1 


Punts 


6(44.0) 


Yards Penalized 


8-80 


Attendance- 58,500 





STATISTICAL LEADERS 



Rushing 


Att. 


Yds. 


TD 




Scott (MD) 


11 


47 







Blackwell (I'll) 


22 


149 


2 




Passing 


Att. 


Comp. 


Yds. 


TD 


Manges (MD) 


32 


17 


179 


1 


Davis (I II 


8 


■ 


108 


1 


Receiving 


Rec. 


Yds. 


TD 




Kinney (MD) 


6 


72 







Foster (UH) 


1 


62 








After allowing an early Minnesota touchdown run, the Terps scored the 
next 17 points and shut out the Golden Gophers over the next three 
quarters to leave Birmingham with a 17-7 win. Offensively, the Terps 
looked to George Scott who rushed for 75 yards and two second quar- 
ter touchdowns to put Maryland in the lead for good. The Maryland 
defense held the Gophers to only 69 yards of total offense in the second 
half. 



Maryland 


3 


14 








17 




Minnesota 


7 











7 



MN— Barber 1-yard run (Rogind kick) 9:02- 1st Q 
UM— Sochko 32-yard field goal 5:2 1 - 1 st Q 
UM— Scott 2-yard run (Sochko kick) 7:04-2nd Q 
UM — Scott 1-yard run (Sochko kick) 4:53-2nd Q 



GAME STATISTICS 


First Downs 


Maryland 

15 


Rushing Yards 
Passing Yards 


120 
211 


Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int.) 
Return Yardage 
Fumbles/ Lost 


12-23-1 

3 

3-2 


Punts 

Yards Penalized 


5(36.8) 

12-80 


Attendance - 47,000 





STATISTICAL LEADERS 



Minnesota 

17 

113 

155 

13-26-0 

6 

5-2 

9(27.7) 

6-54 



Rushing 


Att. 


Yds. 


TD 




Scott (UM) 


24 


75 


2 




Kit/mann (MN) 


24 


76 


II 




Passing 


Att. 


Comp. 


Yds. 


TD 


Dick (UM) 


20 


12 


211 





Awi v (MN) 


23 


12 


130 





Receiving 


Rec. 


Yds. 


TD 




White (I'M) 


8 


126 







Anhorn (MN) 


5 


49 








154 



Postseason 




Sun Bowl 



El Paso, Texas 

December 23, 1978 

Texas 

Maryland 



42 




IMIitfilM?! Tangerine Bowl 




Orlando, FL 

December 20, 1980 

Florida 

Maryland 



35 

20 



The Maryland terrapins, appearing in their sixth consecutive howl and 
looking for then second straight bowl win, ran into a very determined 
les.iv I onghom team. The Longhorns' running game amassed 220 
yards and five touchdowns, while the Texas defense held Maryland to 
248 yards of total offense. It was the first time in 95 games the Terps had 
been held scoreless, ending the third longest streak in the nation. 



Maryland 





















Texas 


21 


7 


14 





42 





IT— L. Jones 7-yard run (Erxleben kick) 10:27-lst Q 

UT — J. lones 1 -yard run ( Erxleben kick) 7:15-lst Q 

IT— L. lones 29-yard pass from McBath (Erxleben kick) 4:37- 1st Q 

UT— McBaeth 2-yard run (Erxleben kick) 12:55-2nd Q 

UT— I. [ones 14-yard run (Erxleben kick) 2:42-3rd Q 

UT— H. lones 32-yard run (Erxleben kick) l:08-3rdQ 



GAME STATISTICS 



First Downs 

Rushing Yards 

Passing Yards 

Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int. 

Return Yardage 

Fumbles Lost 

Punts 

Yards Penalized 

Attendance - 33,122 



STATISTICAL LEADERS 



Rushing 
Atkins (I'M 
H. Jones (UT) 

Passing 
O'Hare (I \1 
McBath (UT) 

Receiving 
Richards (UM 
L Jones (UT) 



Maryland 

20 

34 

214 

17-43-4 



2-1 

8(37) 

5-35 



Texas 
18 

220 

45 

2-7-0 

20 

3-1 

7(41) 

7-42 



tt. 


Yds. 


TD 




10 


15 







14 


104 


1 




tt. 


Comp. 


Yds. 


TD 


-i- 


12 


146 





5 


2 


45 


1 


ec. 


Yds. 


TD 




4 


52 







2 


45 


1 





Maryland's Charlie Wysocki rushed for I 59 yards and a touchdown, hut 
it was not enough to overcome the passing attack of the Gab 
Peace, who threw lor 271 yards and two touchdowns. Peace's favorite 
receiver, Cris Collinsworth, caught eight passes lor 166 yards, including 
a 21-yard touchdown catch that led to Florida's 21-20 lead. Maryland's 
Dale ("astro tied a Tangerine bowl record anil established a new Ter- 
rapin bowl record when he booted his fourth field goal in the third 
quarter. 



Maryland 


3 


6 


11 


— 


20 




Florida 





14 


14 


7 — 


35 



UM— Castro 34-yard field goal 4:50- 1st Q 

UF — Collinsworth 24-yard pass from Peace (Clark kick) 14:04-2nd Q 

UM — Castro 27-yard field goal 4:37-2nd Q 

UM— Castro 26-yard field goal 4:28-2nd Q 

UF— lones 2-yard run (Clark kick) l:46-2nd Q 

UM — Wysocki 2-yard run (Tice run) l4:48-3rd Q 

UM— Castro 42-yard field goal 10:00-3rd Q 

UF— Peace 1-yard run (Clark kick) 4:43-3rd Q 

UF— Collinsworth 21-yard pass horn Peace (Clark kick) 3:29-3rd Q 

UF— Brown 2-yard run (Clark kick) 9:31-4th Q 



GAME STATISTICS 



Maryland 

First Downs 19 

Rushing Yards 181 

Passing Yards 155 

Passes ( omp.-Att.-Int.) 12-26-3 

Return Yardage 14 

Fumbles/Lost 4-2 

Punts 4(39.0) 

Yards Penalized 6-44 
Attendance - 52,541 



STATISTICAL LEADERS 



Florida 
16 

108 

271 

20-54-1 

54 

1-0 

6 34.0 

[1-108 



Rushing 


Att. 


Yds. 


TD 




W ] socki i I'M 


39 


159 


1 




Brown l I 


16 


71 


1 




Passing 


Att. 


Comp. 


Yds. 


TD 


rice I'M 


23 


11 


124 





McBath (UT) 


24 


20 


271 


2 


Receiving 


Rec. 


Yds. 


TD 




Havener 'I'M 


4 


83 







Collinsworth i UF 


8 


166 


1 





155 



Postseason 




Aloha Bowl 



Honolulu, HI 
December 25, 1982 

Washington 
Maryland 



21 
20 







Citrus Bowl 



Orlando, FL 
December 17, 1983 

Tennessee 
Maryland 



30 

23 



The Maryland Terrapins and Washington Huskies made sure the fans 
who went to the inaugural Aloha Bowl got their money's worth. The 
Huskies' touchdown with :06 left secured Washington's come-from- 
behind, 21-20 victory. The Terps had a chance to go up by nine points 
with 3:39 left to play, but Jess Atkinson's 32-yard field goal attempt fell 
short. This after the Terps had fallen behind 14-6 in the first half and 
Boomer Esiason completed 10 passes for 120 yards and a touchdown in 
the third quarter to give Maryland a 20-14 lead. 



Maryland 





6 


6 


8 


20 




Washington 


7 


7 





7 


21 



UW— Allen 27-yard pass from Cowan (Nelson kick) 10:14 - 1st Q 
UM — D'Addio 19-yard pass from Esiason (kick failed) 14:52 - 2nd Q 
UW — Allen 71-yard pass from Cowan (Nelson kick) 5:21 - 2nd Q 
UM — Tice 36-yard pass from Esiason (conversion failed) 12:18 - 3rd Q 
UM — Nash 2-yard run (Tice pass from Esiason) - 10:44 - 4th Q 
UW — Allen 1 1 -yard pass from Cowan (Nelson kick) - :06 - 4th Q 



Washington 

20 
63 
369 
35-55-0 

43 
4-4 
5(45) 
7-50 



GAME STATISTICS 


First Downs 


Maryla 

17 


Rushing Yards 


68 


Passing Yards 


251 


Passes (Comp.-Att.-lnt.) 


19-32-1 


Return Yardage 


45 


humbles/Lost 


2-1 


Punts 


7(38) 


Yards Penalized 


8-55 


Attendance - 30,055 





STATISTICAL LEADERS 



Rushing 


Att. 


Yds. 


TD 




Nash (UM) 


1 1 


41 


1 




Robinson (UW) 


16 


50 







Passing 


Att. 


Comp. 


Yds. 


TD 


Esiason (UM) 


19 


32 


251 


1 


Cowan (UW) 


33 


55 


)69 


3 


Receiving 


Rec. 


Yds. 


TD 




rice i M 


6 


85 


1 




Skansi (UW) 


10 


81 








The Tennessee Volunteers scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter 
to overcome a 20-16 deficit and defeat the Terps, 30-23, in the 1983 Cit- 
rus Bowl. Maryland took a four-point lead into the fourth quarter, 
thanks to outstanding play from reserve quarterback Frank Reich. Reich 
entered the game in the second quarter when starter Boomer Esiason 
suffered a shoulder injury. Reich's one mistake of the day, an intercep- 
tion early in the fourth quarter, set the Volunteers up on Maryland's 14- 
yard line and led to a Tennessee touchdown run that was the difference 
in the game. 



Maryland 



Tennessee 



11 



3—23 



14 — 30 



UM— Atkinson 18-yard field goal 4:01-lst Q 

UT— Taylor 12 pass from Cockrell 1:04- 1st Q 

UM— Atkinson 48-yard field goal 13:43-2nd Q 

UM— Atkinson 31 -yard field goal 12:01 -2nd Q 

UT — Reveiz 25-yard field goal 4:34-2nd Q 

UM— Atkinson 22-yard field goal 10:47-3rd Q 

UT— Henderson 19-yard run (Cockrell pass failed) 5:29-3rd Q 

UM — Badanjek 3-yard run (Badanjek run) 4:14-3rd Q 

UT— Jones 1-yard run (Reveiz kick) 14:01 -4th Q 

UT— Jones 2-yard run (Reveiz kick) ll:58-4th Q 

UM — Atkinson 26-yard field goal 4:34-4th Q 



GAME STATISTICS 



First Downs 

Rushing Yards 

Passing Yards 

Passes (Comp.-Att.-lnt. 

Return Yardage 

Fumbles/I ost 

Punts 

Yards Penalized 

Attendance- 50,183 



STATISTICAL LEADERS 



Rushing 
loyner (UM) 

lonesll I 

Passing 

Reich (UM) 
i ockrell (UT) 

Receiving 
Davis (1 M) 
Duncan (UT) 



Maryland 

17 
95 
253 
18-28-1 

10 
3-1 
0(0.0) 



Tennessee 

25 
201 
185 
16-23-1 

26 
1-1 

I 147.01 



Att. 


Yds. 


TD 




17 


58 







29 


134 


l 




Alt. 


( lomp. 


Yds. 


11) 


j:> 


14 


192 


1 




16 


185 


I 


Rec. 


Yds. 


TD 




4 


66 







6 


i9 








156 



M A R Y L A 



Postseason 




Sun Bowl 



El Paso, TX 
December 22, 1984 

Maryland 
Tennessee 



28 

27 




Cherry Bowl 



Pontine, Ml 
December 21, 1985 

Maryland 
Syracuse 



35 

is 



I he Maryland Terrapins were truly the comeback team of 1984. Mar) 
land trailed Tennessee 2 I at halftime and erupted for a Terrapin howl 
record 22 points in the third quarter. Frank Reich's third quarter touch- 
down pass to Ferrell Edmunds put the Terps up 22-21, but the ensuing 
kickoff was returned for a touchdown by the Volunteers to give them a 
27-22 lead. Then with 8:03 left to play, the rerps' offense pounded out a 
> ■ drive that was capped oft by a one yard scoring run by Rick Ban- 
danjek tor the game-winning touchdown. 



Maryland 








22 


6 


28 




Tennessee 


10 


11 


6 





27 



UT — (ones 2 -yard run i Revei/ kick) 6:34- 1st Q 
L'T— Revei/ 24 -yard field goal 2:29- 1st Q 
IT— Revei/ 52-vard field goal 5:13-2nd Q 
UT — McGee 6-yard pass from Robinson 

(McGee pass from Robinson ) :37-2nd Q 
I'M— Neal 57-yard run (Pass failed) 10:35-3rd Q 
UM— Atkinson 23-yard field goal 6:32-3rd Q 
I'M — Badanjek 1-yard run (Atkinson kieki 3:47-3rd Q 
UM — Edmunds 40-yard pass from Reich 3:47-3rd Q 
UT— Penuska 100-yard kickoff return (pass tailed) :10-3rd Q 
UM— Badanjek 1-yard run (pass failed) 2:28-4th Q 



GAME STATISTICS 



Maryland 

First Downs 22 

Rushing Yards 229 

Passing Yards 201 
Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int.) 17-28-1 

Return Yardage 80 

Fumbles. Lost 2-2 

Punts 4 (39.0) 

Y'ards Penalized 8-63 
Attendance - 50,126 



STATISTICAL LEADERS 



Rushing Att. 

Neal(UM) 12 

Fones(UT) 14 

Passing Att. 

Reich [UM) 28 

Robinson 1 1 24 

Receiving Rec. 

Hill(UM) 4 

McGee (UT) 6 



Tennessee 
13 

148 
132 

15-24-0 
194 

2-2 

5 142.4 
6-49 



Yds. 


TD 




107 


1 




80 







imp. 


Yds. 


TD 


17 


201 


1 


15 


132 


1 


Yds. 


TD 




69 







66 


1 





Quarterback Man Gelbaugh completed 14 passes for 223 yards, threw 
two touchdowns and rushed for another as Maryland defeated Syracuse 
35-18. The Terrapins, who trailed J-0 early in the first quarter, took 
their first lead thanks to Gelbaugh's lour yard touchdown run. Trailing 
10-6 in the second quarter, Gelbaugh hit tight end Chris Knight tor a 
three-yard score to put the Terps in the lead for good. The touchdown 
pass also was the st.irt of a 22-point second quarter that tied a Maryland 
howl record for points scored in a quarter. 



Syracuse 



Maryland 



8 



22 



— 



18 



35 



SU— McAulay 26-yard field goal 10:27- 1st Q 

UM— Gelbaugh 4-yard run ( kick failed) 6:36- 1st Q 

SU — Drummond 10-yard run (McAulay kick) 12:53-2nd Q 

UM — Knight 3-yard pass from Gelbaugh (Bandajek run) 8:50-2nd Q 

UM— lye 8-yard fumble return (Plocki kick) 3:41-2nd Q 

UM— Blount 20-yard run (Plocki kick) l:43-2nd Q 

UM — Abdur-Ra'oof 6-yard pass from Gelbaugh 

(Plocki kick) ll:27-3rdQ 
SU — McPherson 17-yard run (Schwedes from McPherson) 2:51 -3rd Q 



GAME STATISTICS 



Maryland 

First Downs 22 

Rushing Yards 244 

Passing Yards 223 

Passes (Comp.-Att.-Int.) 14-20-1 

Return Yardage 99 

Fumbles/Lost 0-0 

Punts 3 (38.7) 

Yards Penalized 5-54 
Attendance- 51,858 



STATISTICAL LEADERS 



Syracuse 

28 

241 

204 

18-30-3 

135 

3-2 

1 (52.0) 

3-26 



Rushing 


Att. 


Yds. 


TD 




Blount (UM 


24 


135 


1 




McPherson SI 


21 


111 


1 




Passing 


Att. 


Comp. 


Y'ds. 


TD 


Gelbaugh (UM) 


14 


20 


223 


2 


McPherson SI 


18 


30 


204 





Receiving 


Rec. 


Yds. 


TD 




Abdur-Ra'oof (UM) 


5 


86 


1 




Slano 


4 


69 








157 



Postseason 



INDEPENDENCE BOWL 



t*H*t****************t**tt ****** 

********************************* 

**********************»*******'** 



-LOUISIANA TECH- 



-VS.- 



- MARYLAND - 



Independence Bowl 



STATISTICAL LEADERS 



Shreveport, LA 
December 15, 1990 

Maryland 
Louisiana Tech 



34 
34 



Louisiana State's Chris Boniol hit a 29-yard field goal with no time 
remaining in the 1990 Independence Bowl, allowing the Bulldogs to 
escape Shreveport with a 34-34 tie. The Terrapins fell behind 31-20 early 
in the fourth quarter but rallied to take the lead when Scott Zolak threw 
a 15-yard touchdown pass to Brad Johnson with :52 remaining. How- 
ever on the ensuing kickoff, Tech's Lorenzo Baker returned the kick 41 
yards to start the Bulldog drive on the Maryland 39-yard line. Five plays 
and 28 yards later, Boniol kicked his second field goal of the game to 
even the score. 



Maryland 


14 





6 


14 - 


34 




Louisiana Tech 





14 


14 


6 


34 



UM— Jackson 1-yard run (DeArmas kick) 1 1:59- 1st Q 

UM — Jackson 2-yard run (DeArmas kick) 5:06- 1st Q 

LT — Richardson 5-yard run (Boniol kick) 8:30-2nd Q 

LT — Davis 3-yard run (Boniol kick) :17-2nd Q 

LT — Richardson I-yard run (Boniol kick) 10:35-3rd Q 

UM— Jackson 1 1 -yard run (kick failed) 7:44-3rd Q 

LT — Slaughter 7-yard pass from Johnson (Boniol kick) 5:52-3rd Q 

LT— Boniol 36-yard field goal 13:52-4th Q 

UM— Mason 28-yard pass from Zolak (DeArmas kick) ll:20-4th Q 

UM — Johnson 15-yard pass from Zolak (DeArmas kick) :52-4th Q 

IT— Boniol 28-vard field goal :00-4th Q 



Rushing 

Richardson (LT) 
Jackson (UM) 

Passing 

Zolak (UM) 
Johnson (LT) 

Receiving 

Johnson (UM) 
Slaughter (LT) 



Att. 

27 
17 

Att. 

16 

7 

Rec. 

5 
5 



Yds. 

81 

50 

Comp. 

7 
8 

Yds. 

107 
66 



TD 

2 
3 

Yds. 

159 
70 

TD 

1 
1 



Maryland's Bowl Record (6-9-2) 



TD 

2 

1 



Date 


Bowl 


Opponent 


Score 


Jan. 1, 1948 


Gator 


Georgia 


20-20, T 


Jan. 2, 1950 


Gator 


Missouri 


20-7, W 


Ian. 2, 1952 


Sugar 


Tennessee 


28-13, W 


Jan. 1, 1954 


Orange 


Oklahoma 


0-7, L 


[an. 2, 1956 


Orange 


Oklahoma 


6-20, L 


Dec. 28, 1973 


Peach 


Georgia 


16-17, L 


Dec. 16, 1974 


Liberty 


Tennessee 


3-7, L 


Dec. 29, 1975 


Gator 


Florida 


13-0, W 


Ian. 1, 1977 


Cotton 


Houston 


21-30, L 


Dec. 22, 1977 


Hall of Fame 


Minnesota 


17-7, W 


Dec. 23, 1978 


Sun 


lexas 


0-42, L 


Dec. 20, 1980 


Tangerine 


Florida 


20-35, L 


Dec. 25, 1982 


Aloha 


Washington 


20-21, L 


Dec. 17, 1983 


Citrus 


Tennessee 


23-30, L 


Dec. 22, 1984 


Sun 


Tennessee 


28-27, W 


Dec. 21, 1985 


Cherry 


Syracuse 


35-18, W 


Dec. 15, 1990 


Independence 


Louisiana Tech 


34-34, T 



GAME STATISTICS 




Louisiana Tech 


Maryland 


First Downs 


16 


25 


Rushing Yards 


191 


150 


Passing Yards 


115 


254 


1'asscs (Comp.-Att.-Int.) 


11-18-1 


18-28-3 


Return Yardage 


22 


3 


Humbles/ Lost 


1-1 


3-1 


Punts 


4(37.2) 


1 (34.0) 


Yards Penalized 


9 88 


,, 13 


Attendance 48,325 







158 



Maryland Bowl Records 



Individual 



Rushing Yards 

irK 1 2 ; cai m's 1 




lg l.iius 

es), loh n nu' [ones, rennessee, 1983 Citrus Bowl 



Rushing Attempts 

19, < harlie Wyso< ki u I lorida, 1980 Tangerine Him I 

Opponent's Rushing Attempts 

29, lohnnie [ones, Tennessee, 1983 ( Jtrus Bowl 

Rushing Touchdowns 

i. Inn [ackson vs. 1 ouisiana Tech, 1990 Independence H<>ul 

Opponent's Rushing 1 1 is 

:. Alois Blackwell, Houston, 1977 < otton Bowl 

2. Lam lones, fexas, 1978 sun Howl 

2, [am lones, fexas, 1978 .Sun Hon I 

2, lohnnie lones, Tennessee, 198 ; I itrus Howl 

1 ongest touchdown Run 

57 yards, Ibmmy Neal vs. Tennessee, 1984 Sun Bowl 

Opponent's I ongest 1 1 ' Run 

33, \lois Blackwell, Houston. 1977 ( otton Bowl 

Passing Yards 

251 i.iuis i 19 oi 32, J TD, I Int.), Boomei I siason vs. Washington, 

1982 Aloha Bow] 
223 yards (14 of 20, 2 I I), 1 Int.), Stan Gelbaugh vs. Syracuse, 1985 Cherry Bowl 
215 yards (17 ol 28, I TD, 3 Int.), Scotl Zolak vs 1 ouisiana Tech, 

1990 Independence Bowl 
211 yards 1 12 of 20, TD, I Int.), I am Dick \s Minnesota, 

1977 Hall ot Fame Bowl 
201 yards (17 of 28, 1 TD, 1 Int.), Frank Reich vs. Tennessee, 1984 Sun Bowl 
192 yards ( M of 22, I'D, 1 Int.), Frank Reich is. Tennessee, 1983 Citrus Bowl 
Opponent's Passing Yards 
551) yards i '5 ot 53, 5 I'D, n Int.), Tim Cowan, Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 

Pass Completions 

19, Boomer 1 siason vs. Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 

Opponent's Pass i iompletions 

55, Tim Cowan, Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 

Pass Attempts 

52, Boomer Esiason \s. Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 
Opponent's Pass Attempts 

53, Tun Cowan, Washington, 1982 Uoha Bowl 

Passing Touchdowns 

2, Boomer Esiason >s Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 

2. Man Gelbaugh vs. Syracuse, 1985 Cherry Bowl 

2, Scott Zolak vs. 1 ouisiana Tech, 1990 Independence Bowl 

Opponent's Passing II >s 

3, Tim Cowan, Washington, NN2 Aloha Bowl 

1 ongest Pass Touchdown 

68, 1 oius Carter to Walter White i, ( leorgia, 1973 Peach Bowl 

Opponent's longest Pass TD 

71 yards, Tim Cowan to Anthony Allen, Washington. I9N2 Aloha Bowl 

Total Offense 

252 yards i I run. 251 pass), Boomer Esiason vs. Washington, 1985 Aloha Bowl 
Opponent's Total Offense 

363 yards i 13 run. 350 pass), 1 mi ( owan, Washington, 1985 Aloha Bowl 

Receiving Yards 

loo yards (2 catches, 1 TD), Walter White vs. ( leorgia, 1973 Peach Bowl 

126 yards (8 catches, i) TD), Walter White vs. Minnesota, 

1977 Hall of Tame Bowl 
107 yards 5 catches, MP, Barry lohnson vs. Louisiana Tech, 199(1 

Independence Bowl 
83 i aids i 4 catches, n rD), Chris Havener \s. 1- lorida, 1980 Tangerine Bowl 
85 yards 6 catches, 1 TD), Mike Tice vs. Washington. 1982 Aloha Bowl 
86 yards 5catches, I TD), \zizuddin Abdur Ra'oof vs. Syracuse, 

1985 Cherry Bowl 
Opponent's Receiving Yards 
166 yards, Cris Collinsworth, Honda. 1980 Tangerine Bowl 



Receptions 

8 (125 yards), Waltet White vs M esota, 1977 Hall ol I ami 

i lp| ent's Re< eptions 

s ' |66 yards), l i is < bllinsworth, I lorida, 19 

8 I 152 yards), Anthony Allen. Washington. 1982 Aloha Bowl 

Touchdown Receptions 

I, Lu Gambino from John Boroni, 1948 Gator Bowl 

1, Boh Shemonski from I d Fullerton, 1952 i Bowl 

I, Waller White from loins Carter. 1973 Peach Bowl 

l. kun I loovei from Larry Dick, 19 i Gatoi Bowl 

I, I in Sievers from Mark Manges, 1977 I otton Bowl 

1 , I lave I I'Addio from Boomei Esiason, 1982 Aloha Bowl 

1 , lohn I in I lom Boomei Esiason, 1982 Aloha Bowl 

I, Ferrell Edmunds from Frank Reich, 1984 Sun Bowl 

I , t Jins knight from Stan t lelbaugh, 198 S ( lien y Bowl 

I , Azzizudin Abdur-Ra'ool from Stan Gelbaugh, 1985 < hem Bowl 

I, Mark Mason from Suill Zolak. 1990 Independence Bowl 

I, Barry lohnson from s t oti Zolak, 1990 Independence Boul 

i Ipponent's TD Receptions 

1, Anthony Allen, Washington, 19.S2 Aloha Bowl 

All-Purpose Yardage 

189 yards ( 165 rush, 24 receiving), Lu Gambino vs. i leorgia, 1948 ( latoi Bowl 
184 yards (93 rush, 47 receiving, 44 returns, Mark Mason \s. Louisiana Tech. 
1990 Independence Bowl 
Opponent's All Purpose Yardagi 

216 l 166 receh ing, 50 returns), Chris Collinsworth, Florida, 
1980 fangerine Boul 

Touchdowns Responsible For 

5, Tu Gambino (55 run. 1 run. 2-1 pass reception I vs. Missouri, 1948 < late n 
5, Ed Fullerton (2 run, 7 pass, 46 Int. return i vs. Tennessee, 1952 Sugar Bowl 
5, Troy lackson 12 run, 2 run, 1 1 run) vs. Louisiana Tech, 

1990 Independence Bowl 
( ipponent's T l )s Responsible lor 
5, Tim Cowan (5 TD passes) and Anthony Allen 15 TD catches), 

Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 

Field Goals 

5 ( 18,48, 51, 22 2d yards), less Atkinson vs. Tennessee, 1985 Citrus Bowl 

1 (35, 27, 27, 43 vards), Dale Castro vs. Florida, 1980 Tangerine Bowl 
5 (5(i, 25, 28 vards), Steve Mike-Mayer \s, Georgia, 1975 Peach Bowl 
Opponent's Field Goals 

2 i 24, 52 yards), Fuad Reveiz, Tennessee, 1984 Sun Bowl 

2 (56, 29 vards), Chris Boniol, Louisiana lech, 1990 Independence Bowl 

Longest Field Goal 

48 yards, less Atkinson \s. rennessee, 1985 Citrus Bowl 

Opponent's longest held Goal 

52 yards, Fuad Reveiz, Tennessee, 1984 Sun Bowl 

Punting Average 

17.0 (4 for 188 yards, long of 56), Darrvl Wright vs. Tennessee, 1984 Sun Bowl 
52.4 I 5 lor 2o2 yards, long ol ~~ . Mike s,,Jiko \s. Houston, 1977 ( otton Bowl 
53.0 '5 lot 15^ yards), I ynn Beightol vs. ( (klahoma, 1956 Orange Bowl 

Longest Punt 

77 yards, Mike Sochko \s. Houston, 19"" ( otton Bowl 

Opponent's Longest Punt 

67 yards, Hon ( , olden, ( leorgia, 1975 Peach Bowl 

Longest Kickoff Return 

.so \ards, [bmmy Neal vs. Tennessee, 1983 Citrus Bowl 

( ipponent's Longest Kickoll Return 

100 vard return for TD, Pete Panuska, rennessee, 1984 Sun Bowl 

Fumble Return for a TD 

8 yard return, Scott Tye vs. S) racuse, 1985 Cherry Bowl 

Interception Return for a TD 

4d yard return, Ed Fullerton vs. Tennessee, 1952 Sugar Bowl 

Opponent Interception Return for all' 

82 \ards, Carl Dodd, Oklahoma, 1956 Orange Bowl 



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Maryland 


Bowl Records 


Team 


Pass Completions 


19, 1982 Aloha Bowl vs. Washington 




Opponent's Pass Completions 




35, Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 


First Downs 




25, 1990 Independence Bowl ( 12 rush, 9 pass, 4 penalty) vs. Louisiana Tecr 


1 Pass Attempts 


Opponent's First Downs 


43, 1978 Sun Bowl vs. Texas ( 17 completions) 


28, Syracuse, 1985 Cherry Bowl, ( 1 1 rush, 16 pass, 1 penalty) 


Opponent's Pass Attempts 


First Downs Rushing 


56, Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl (35 completions) 


14, 1952 Sugar Bowl vs. Tennessee 


Passing Touchdowns 


Opponent's First Downs Rushing 


2, 1982 Aloha Bowl vs. Washington; 1985 Cherry Bowl vs. Syracuse; 


14, Houston, 1977 Cotton Bowl; Texas, 1978 Sun Bowl; Tennessee, 


1990 Independence Bowl vs. Louisiana Tech 


1983 Citrus Bowl 


Opponent's Passing TDs 




3, Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 


First Downs Passing 




12, 1983 Citrus Bowl vs. Tennessee 


Fewest Passing Yards 


Opponent's First Downs Passing 


16, 1950 Gator Bowl vs. Missouri 


15, Washington, 1982 Aloha Bowl 


Opponent's Fewest Passing Yards 




22, Oklahoma, 1954 Orange Bowl 


First Downs by Penalty 




4, 1990 Independence Bowl vs. Louisiana Tech 


Total Yards 


Opponent's First Downs Penalty 


467, 1985 Cherry Bowl vs. Syracuse (244 rush, 223 pass) 


2, 1951 Sugar Bowl; 1977 Cotton Bowl, 1977 Hall of Fame Bowl; 


Opponent's Total Yards 

445, Syracuse, 1985 Cherry Bowl 


1978 Sun Bowl; 1990 Independence Bowl 


Fewest First Downs 


Fewest Total Yards 


9, 1956 Orange Bowl vs. Oklahoma 


212, 1954 Orange Bowl vs. Oklahoma 


Opponent's Fewest First Downs 


Opponent's Fewest Total Yards 


10, Oklahoma, 1954 Orange Bowl 


156, Tennessee, 1952 Sugar Bowl 


Rushing Yards 


Pass Interceptions By 


289 yards, 1952 Sugar Bowl vs. Tennessee 


4, 1952 Sugar Bowl vs. Tennessee 


266 yards, 1950 Gator Bowl vs. Missouri 


Opponent's Pass Interceptions 


247 yards, 1948 Gator Bowl vs. Georgia 


4, Texas, 1978 Sun Bowl 


Opponent's Rushing Yards 




320 yards, Houston, 1977 Cotton Bowl 


Fumbles Lost 




3, 1973 Peach Bowl vs. Georgia; 3, 1974 Liberty Bowl vs. Tennessee 


Rushing Attempts 


Opponent's Fumbles Lost 


54, 1980 Tangerine Bowl ( 177 yards) vs. Florida 


3, Houston, 1977 Cotton Bowl 


54, 1984 Sun Bowl (229 yards) vs. Tennessee 




Opponent's Rushing Attempts 


Penalty Yards 

120 on 12 penalties, 1952 Sugar Bowl vs. Tennessee 


64, Oklahoma, 1956 Orange Bowl (202 yards) 


64, Houston, 1977 Cotton Bowl (320 yards) 


Opponent's Penalty Yards 


Rushing Touchdowns 


108 on 1 1 penalties, Florida, 1980 Tangerine Bowl 


3, 1950 Gator Bowl vs. Missouri 




i, 1984 Sun Bowl vs. Tennessee 




3, 1990 Independence Bowl vs. Louisiana Tech 




Opponent's Rushing TDs 




5, Texas, 1978 Sun Bowl 




Fewest Rushing Yards 




68, 1982 Aloha Bowl vs. Washington 




i Ipponent's Fewest Rushing Yards 




81, 1952 Sugai Bowl vs. Tennessi e 




Passing Yards 




ards 1990 Independence Bowl vs. Louisiana Tech 




253 yards, 19£ 1 I itrus Bowl vs. Tennessee 




; Aloha Howl vs. Washington 




( Ipponent's Passing Yards 




9 Washington, 19X2 Aloha Bowl 





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Maryland's All Time NFL Draft Picks 



1937 

n Bill Guckeyson, B Philadelphia 

1944 

12 Tommy Mont, B New York Giants 



1945 

16 Bill Byrd, C New York Giants 

24 Lu Gambino, B Chicago Bears 

1946 

28 Don Gleasner, E Boston 



1947 

11 Emile Fritz, G Chicago Bears 

1948 

28 Harry Bonk, B Boston 



1950 

20 Fred Davis, E Detroit 

25 Jim Brasher, C Cleveland 

26 Earl Roth, B Washington 

1951 

2 Ray Krouse, T New York Giants 

4 Elmer Wingate, E New York Yanks 

9 lake Rowden, C Washington 

10 Chester Gierula, G Cleveland 

1952 

1 Ed Modzelewski, B Pittsburgh 

6 Dave Cianelli, C Texas 

6 Ed Kensler, G Washington 

13 Tom Cosgrove, C Cleveland 

14 Joe Moss, T Los Angeles Rams 

16 Pete Ladygo, G Pittsburgh 

23 Paul Nestor, T Chicago Bears 

24 Bob Ward, G Texas 

26 Chuck Fry, T Chicago Cardinals 

27 Bill Maletzky, G Cleveland 

28 Karney Scioscia, B Chicago Bears 

30 Bob Shemonski, B Chicago Bears 

1953 

1 lack Scarbath, B Washington 

2 Dick Modzelewski, T Washington 

4 Lloyd Colteryahn, E Pittsburgh 

4 Ed Fullerton, B San Francisco 

5 Stan [ones, T Chicago Bears 

7 John Alderton, E Pittsburgh 

8 Bob Morgan, I 1 os Angeles Rams 

8 I iu Weidensaul, 1 Washington 

22 Ed O'Connor, T Pittsburgh 

23 Art Hurd, ( ! Washington 

1954 

1 Bernie Faloney, B San Francisco 

2 ( he! (The let) Hanulak, B < leveland 

t 1 >ick Nolan, 15 New York Giants 

1 ( harlie Boxold, B San Francisco 

■1 Ralph Felton, B Washington 

1 2 lom Breunich, I < Cleveland 

tries I .utmier, C Pittsburgh 

26 Ralph Baierl.T Green Bay 




Chad Scott was the Terps' most recent first-round 
NFL draft pick, going to the Pittsburgh Steelers in 
1997. 

1955 

1 Dick Bielski, B Philadelphia 

2 Ron Waller, B Los Angeles Rams 

6 lack Bowersox, G Chicago Cardinals 

8 Sam Irvine, C Chicago Cardinals 

8 Bill Walker, E Detroit 

13 Tom McLuckie, G Chicago Cardinals 

15 Don Brougher, C Philadelphia 

17 Lynn Beightol, B Green Bay 

22 George Albrecht, B Detroit 

26 George Palahunik, G Philadelphia 

1956 

1 Bob Pellegrini, C Philadelphia 

I Ed Vereb, B Washington 

8 Russ Dennis, E Green Bay 

10 Bob Laughery, B Green Ba\ 

1 1 Tom Selep, B Detroit 

1957 

4 Mike Sandusky, T San Francisco 

II [oe Lazzarino, T Los Angeles Rams 

I 5 ( lene Alderton, C Detroit 

16 Id Fleming, E Chicago Bears 

I 7 I rank Tamburello, B i lleveland 

1 8 Al Wharton, ( 1 c Chicago Bears 

23 lack I Rub, B New York Giants 

24 Howie Hare, B Green Ba) 

1958 

3 Ed Cooke, 1 Chicago lie. us 

3 Don llcalv, I Chicago Bears 

28 Wilbur Main, B I hicago Bears 

1959 

6 Fred ( ole.G ' hicago Bears 

14 Kurl Schwarz, ( 1 Washington 



1960 

3 Rod Breedlove, G San Francisco 

1961 

16 Roger Shoals, T Cleveland 

17 Everett Cloud, B Dallas 

1962 

1 Gary Collins, E Cleveland 

7 Bill Kirchiro, G St. Louis 

14 Jim Davidson, B Detroit 

15 Dick Barlund, E St. Louis 

1963 

2 Tom Brown, B Green Bay 

2 Walter Rock, G San Francisco 

3 Dave Crossan, G-C Philadelphia 

15 Harry Butsko, LB Washington 

1964 

7 Dick Shiner, QB Washington 

14 Ernie Arizzi, B Philadelphia 

1965 

9 Ken Ambrusko, B Chicago Bears 

14 Jerry Fishman, LB Baltimore 

1966 

2 Tom Cichowski, T Green Bay 

1967 

5 Dick Absher, TE Philadelphia 

14 Bo Hickev, FB St. Louis 

1968 

13 Tom Myslinski, G New York Jets 

1969 

10 Ron Pearson, TE-LB Chicago Bears 

11 Alan Pastrana, QB Denver 

12 Harry Blackney, RB New York ( Hants 

1970 

7 Roland Merritt, WR Washington 

9 Ralph Sonntag, T Washington 

1972 

8 Guy Roberts, LB Houston 

15 Larry Marshall, DB Kansas ( it) 

1974 

7 Bart Purvis, T Green Bay 

14 Paul Yellano, D'l Chicago Bears 

1975 
1 Randy White, DT Dallas 

3 I ouis Carter, RB Oakland 

I Steve Mike-Mayer, PK San I rancisco 

3 Walter White, II Pittsburgh 

i Stan Rogers, T I (enver 

6 Bob Avellini, QB ( hicago Bears 

in Phil Wagenheim, P Baltimore 

III Ken Schroy, DB Philadelphia 

12 Nam W.ihe.s. 1 B Denver 

lii Robert Smith, DB Baltimore 

I" Frank Russell, WR Baltimore 



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Maryland's All-Time 

1976 

1 1 Rick fennings, RB Oakland 

1977 

I |oe ( lampbell, I >E New i )rleans 

i I nn Wilson, RB 1 [ouston 

3 Ed Fulton, G Los Angeles Rams 

(i Tom Schick, ( I New Orleans 

12 Dave Conrad, T Nev\ York [ets 

1978 

1 Mark Manges, QB I os Angeles Rams 

lo Vince Kinney, WR Denver 

1979 

2 Stew Atkins, RB ( Ireen Bay 

^ Charles Fohnson, DT Green Bay 

1980 

10 Larry Stewart, T Baltimore 

1981 

3 I loyd Burruss, 1 )B Kansas City 

4 Erie Sievers, 11- San Diego 

6 Sam lohnson, DB Detroit 

11 Ed ( iall, DT New York [ets 

1982 

l > Darnell Dailey, I B St. Louis 

1983 

3 lohn Tice, TE New Orleans 

4 Mark Duda, DT St. Louis 

Gurnesl Brown, DT Buffalo 

1984 
1 Pete Koch, DE Cincinnati 

1 Ron Solt, G Indianapolis 

.2 Boomer Esiason, QB Cincinnati 

4 Daw D'Addio, RB Detroit 

7 Willie [oyner, RB Houston 

12 Russell Davis, WR Buffalo 

1985 

2 Kevin Glover, C Detroit 

3 Frank Reich, QB Buffalo 

Eric Wilson, IB Green Bay 

1986 

5 J.D. Maarleveld, T Tampa Bay 

5 Donald Brown, DB San Diego 

6 Stan ( Jelbaugh, QB Dallas 

7 Rick Badanjek, RB Washington 

L > i leorge Colton, G New England 

1 1 Len Lynch, G New York Giants 

1987 

8 Bruce Mesner, DE Buffalo 

9 Ah in Blount, RB Dallas 

10 Chuck Eaucette, LB New \ork Giants 

1 1 Tommy Neal, RB Denver 

1988 

3 Kevin Walker, LB Cincinnati 

3 Eerrell Edmunds, IE Miami 



NFL Draft Picks 



First Rounders 



9 Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, WR.Kansas < it) 

10 ( I'Brien Alston, I B Indianapolis 

1 1 lames Milling, WR Atlanta 

1989 

2 Warren Powers, I )| 1 lenvei 

5 Vernon loines, WR ( Cleveland 

1 1 Dan Plocki, K i leveland 

12 f.B. Broun, DB Miami 

1990 

3 Neil ( ) I lonnell, QB Pittsburgh 

12 Blaine Rose, G New England 

1991 

I Scott Zolak, QB New England 

4 Clarence [ones, I New York ( liants 

9 ( 1'Neil ( ilenn, < New England 

1992 

3 Larry Webster, DT Miami 

7 Derek Steele, DE Indianapolis 

1993 

6 frank Wycheck, TE Washington 

1995 

7 Steve Ingram, (.! Tampa Ba) 

1996 

5 lermaine Lewis, WR Baltimore 

1997 

1 Chad Scott, DB Pittsburgh 

1998 

6 Eric Ogbogu, DE New York lets 

Source: SI- 1 






Randy White 



Pete Koch 



1952 Ed Modzelew .1 i B Pittsburgh 

I" - I lack Scarbath, B Washington 

1954 Bernie I aloney, B San I rancisco 

1955 I lick Bielski, B Philadelphia 

19 >6 Boh Pellegrini, C Philadelphia 

I d Vereb B Washington 

1962 GaryCollins, 1 Cleveland 

1975 Randy White, Dl (2) Dallas 

1977 [oe < ampbell, Dl (7) New Oilcans 

1984 Pete Koch, Dl 1 16) Cincinnati 

Ron Solt, G ( 19) Indianapolis 

1997 (had Scott, DB (24) Pittsburgh 

'97 NFL Terps 

LB. Brown, DB Pittsburgh 

Boomer Esiason, QB Cincinnati 

Kevin Glover, C 1 (etroil 

Steve Ingram, OG Tampa Bay 

Clarence [ones, OT New Orleans 

lermaine Lewis, WR Baltimore 

Scott Milanovich, QB Tampa Bay 

Neil O'Donnell, QB New York lets 

Frank Reich, QB Detroit 

Chad Scott, DB Pittsburgh 

Geroy Simon, WR Tampa Bay 

Al Wallace, I IE Philadelphia 

Larry Webster, DT Baltimore 

Frank Wycheck, HB Tennessee 

Scott Zolak, QB New England 

Note: the above players were on SI I rosters at 
the end of 1997. 

Super Bowl QB's 

Y'ear Player Super Bowl 

1996 Scott Zolak XXXI 

New England) 

1995 Neil O'Donnell XXX 

Pittsburgh) 

1990-93 Frank Reich XX\ -XXVIII 

(Buffalo) 

1988 Boomer Esiason XXIII 

(Cincinnati) 



Kevin Glover 



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Terps in the NFL 



Maryland's All-Time NFL Roster 



Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oot, 

WR 
Dick Absher, LB-K 

lohn AJderton, DE 
O'Brien Alston, LB 
Steve Atkins, RB 
Jess Atkinson, PK 

Bob Avellini, QB 
Rick Badaniek, FB 
Dick Bielski, FB-TE-PK 

Alvin Blount, RB 
Rod Breedlove, LB 

Brooke Brewer, HB 
Donald Brown, DB 

LB. Brown, DB 
Loin Brown, S 
Lloyd Burruss, S 
Harry Butsko, LB 
Joe Campbell, DE 

Louis Carter, RB 
Ted Chapman, DE 
Tom Cichowski, T 
Fred Cole, G 
Gary Collins, FL-P 
Lloyd Colteryahn, E 
George Colton, G 



Kansas City (1988-89) 

Washington ( 1967), Atlanta ( 1967-68), New 

Orleans ( 1969-71 ), Philadelphia (1972) 

Pittsburgh (1953) 

Indianapolis (1988-92) 

Green Bay ( 1979-81), Philadelphia (1981 ) 

N.Y. Giants ( 1985), St. Louis ( 1985), 

Washington ( 1986-87), Indianapolis ( 1988) 

Chicago Bears ( 1975-83), N.Y. Jets (1984) 

Washington ( 1986), Atlanta ( 1987-88) 

Philadelphia (1955-59), Dallas (1960-61 ), 

Baltimore Colts (1962-63) 

Dallas (1987) 

Washington ( 1960-64), Pittsburgh ( 1965- 

67) 

Cleveland (192 D.Akron (1922) 

Miami ( 1986), San Diego ( 1986), N.Y. 

Giants (1987) 

Miami ( 1989-96), Pittsburgh ( 1997-) 

Green Bay ( 1964-68), Washington ( 1969) 

Kansas City (1981-91, 1993), Denver ( 1992) 

Washington (1963) 

New Orleans (1977-78), Oakland (1979-81 ), 

Tampa Bay (1981) 

Oakland ( 1975), Tampa Bay ( 1976-78) 

L.A. Raiders (1987) 

Denver (1967-68) 

L.A. Chargers (1960) 

Cleveland (1962-71) 

Baltimore Colts (1954-56) 

New England (1987) 





Bob Avellini 



Renaldo Nehemiah 

Ed Cooke, DE 



Jim Corcoran, QB 
Dave Crossan, C 
Dave D'Addio, RB 
Matt D'Amico, LB 
lack Davis, G 
I larren Drozdov, DT 
Mark Duda, DT 
Ferrell Edmunds, TE 
Boomer Esiason, QB 

i huck Faucette, LB 
Ron Fazio, TE 
Ralph Felton, I B 
Andy Fletcher, FB 
Ed Fullerton, DB 
l.il Fulton, Ci 
I u i iambino, I IB 
Stan Gelbaugh, QB 
O'Neil Glenn, Ol 
Kevin ( Hover, I 
lom ( Ireene, < B 
Chet Hanulak, HB 

Don llcalv, 'I 

Bo Hickey, KB 
Steve Ingram I 'I 
Ben Jefferson, < f] 



Chicago Bears ( 1958), Philadelphia ( 1958), 

Baltimore Colts ( 1959), N.Y. Titans (1960- 

62), N.Y. lets (1963), Denver ( 1964-65), 

Miami (1966-67) 

Boston 1191,8) 

Washington (1965-69) 

Detroit (1984) 

Cincinnati (1989) 

Boston (1960) 

Denver (1993) 

St. Louis (1983-87) 

Miami (1988 92), Seattle 1 1993-94) 

Cincinnati ( 1984-92, 1997), N.Y. lets I 1993 

95), Arizona (1996 9 

San Diego i 1987 88) 

Philadelphia I 19871 

Washington I 1954-60), Buffalo (1961 6 

Buffalo ( 1920) 

Pittsburgh (195 I 

LA. Rams (1978), Buffalo I 1979) 

Baltimore Colts I Mis 19) 

Buffalo i 1986-89), Seattle (1992 9 

New England i i 

Detroit ( 1985 I 

Buffalo (1971-79) 

Cleveland (1954 19 i 

< In, ago I 1958 59), Dallas I 1960 61 I, 

Buffalo I 196 

Denver I 1967) 

lampa Bay (1995 

Indianapolis I 1989 90 



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Maryland's Ail-Time NFL Roster 




Frank Reich 

Rick Jennings, W'R 

Barry lohnson, W'R 
Charles Johnson, N I 
Vernon [oines, W'R 
Clarence [ones, OT 



Stan Jones, G-T-DT 

Willie Joyner, RB 
Vince Kinney, W'R 
Bill Kirchiro, G 
Pete Koch, DE 

Ray Krouse, DT 



Pete Ladygo, G 
Jermaine Lewis, W'R 
John Lookabaugh, E 
ID. Maarleveld.T 
Mark Manges, QB 
Larry Marshall, KR-DB 

Jim Meade, FB 
Roland Merritt, W'R 
Bruce Mesner, DT 



Soiit Milanovich, QB 
sieve Mike Mayer, I'K 



James Milling, WR 
( harlie Mills, I B 
Stan Milk, III; I 
Dick Modzelewski, DT 

Ed Modzelewski, I B 
Tommy Mont, QB 

Bob Morgan, I 

foe Moss, I 

< hip Myrtle, I B 

Renaldo Nehemiah, W'R 

Ed Nickla.G 

Dick Nolan, DB 

lack Norris, I 
Neil O'Donnell, QB 
Neal I llkewicz, I B 
Dave Pacella, G-< 
Al Pastrana, QB 
Bob Pellegrini, I B 

Phil Perlo, LB 



Tampa I'm 

San Francisco I 1975 76 Detroit (1977), 

New Orleans i 1978), Baltimore Colts i 1979 

80) 

Atlanta ( [9 i". Giants ' 1991) 

Buffalo ; 19 

Akron (192 1 

Washington 1953 J), Pittsburgh (1955), 

N V <n. Mir, I 19 - i i eland I 1964 66) 

Pittsburgh (1952 'I, /eland (195 

Washington (194 19 

Chicago Cardinals 1 1954), Washington 

Washington (1952) 

Denver (1967 72), San Diego i 1974) 

San Francisco 1 1982 

( hicago I 1959) 

N.t I Hants 1 1954-57, 1959-61), Chicago 

Cardinals (1958), Dallas (1962) 

Statenlsland 19 

Pittsburgh i 1990 95), N.Y. lets i [996- ) 

Washington 1 1979 

Philadelphia (1984) 

Denver (1969 70 

Philadelphia I 1956, 1958 61 I, Washington 

( 1962 6 

Houston (I960) 



Oakland I 1976-77i, Tampa Bay I 1977), San 

Francisco (1977) 

Denver I 1991-92) 

Green Bay (1979-80, 1983) 

( leveland I 1989-90), Denver I 1991) 

N.Y. Giants I 1991 94), St. Louis Rams 

(1995), New Orleans I 1996-) 

Chicago Bears i 1954-65), Washington 

(1966) 

Houston 1984) 

Denver I 1978 79 

Baltimore Colts (1962 

Cincinnati ( 1984), Kansas City ' 1985-88), 

L.A. Raiders i 1989-90) 

N.Y. Giants i 1951 -55), Detroit ( 1956-57), 

Baltimore Colts i 1958-59), Washington 

I960 
Pittsburgh i 195:, 1954) 
Baltimore Ravens ' 1996-) 
Washington I 1946-47) 
Tampa Bay (1986-87 
st. Louis 1978) 

Kansas i it) 1972-73 .Minnesota (1974 
Philadelphia i 1974-77), L.A. Rams | 1978 
Washington ( 1939-40) 
Washington (1970 
Buffalo 1987), Kansas City (1988) Boomer Esiason 




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Maryland's Ail-Time NFL Roster 




Clarence Jones 



Dan Plocki, K 

Warren Powers, DE 
Rob Raba, TE 

Don Ratliff, DE 

Frank Reich, QB 

Guy Roberts, LB 

Walter Rock, T 

Jeff Rodenberger, RB 
Stan Rogers, T 
Mike Sandusky, T-G 
lack Scarbath, QB 
Scott Schankweiler, LB 
Ken Schroy, S 
John Schultz, WR 
Chad Scott, DB 
Sean Scott, LB 
Ben Scotti, DB 

Dick Shiner, QB 



Roger Shoals, I 

1 ' Simon, WR 

I ric Sievers, 1 1 

Irv Smith, DB 

inyder, I IB 
Ron Soil < I 



Cleveland (1989) 

Denver (1989-92) 

N.Y. lets ( 1977-79), Baltimore Colts ( 1980), 

Washington (1981) 

Philadelphia (1975) 

Buffalo ( 1985-94), Carolina ( 1995), N.Y. lets 

(1996), Detroit (1997-) 

Houston ( 1972-75), Atlanta ( 1976), Miami 

(1977) 

San Francisco (1963-67), Washington 

(f 968-73) 

New Orleans (1987) 

Denver (1975) 

Pittsburgh (1957-65) 

Washington ( 1953-54), Pittsburgh (1956) 

Buffalo (1987) 

N.Y. lets (1977-84) 

Denver (1976-78) 

Pittsburgh (1997-) 

Dallas (1988) 

Washington ( 1959-6] ), Philadelphia ( 1962- 

63), San Francisco (1964) 

Washington (1964-66), Cleveland (1967), 

Pittsburgh ( 1968-69), N.Y. Giants ( 1970), 

Atlanta I 1971-73), New England ( 1973-74) 

Cleveland ( 1963-64), Detroit I 1965-70), 

Denver (1971) 

Tampa IS.n I 199 

s.in Diego ( 1981 88), LA. Rams i 1988), 

New England 1 1989-90) 

Washington (199 

N.Y. Giants 1 1929), Staten Island I 1930) 

Indianapolis I 1984 88, L992), Philadelphia 

i 1988-91 



Chad Sydnor, DB 
John Tice, TE 

Mike Tice, TE 

Steve Trimble, DB 
Billy Van Heusen, SE-P 
EdVereb, HB 
Kevin Walker, LB 
Al Wallace, DE 
Ron Waller, HB-KR 
Larry Webster, DT 

Randy White, DT 
Walter White, TE 
Eric Wilson, LB 
Tim Wilson, RB-TE 
Elmer Wingate, DE 
John Wright, FB 
Kervin Wyatt, LB 
Frank Wycheck, HB 

Scott Zolak, QB 



Chicago (1989) 

New Orleans ( 1983-91 ), Minnesota ( 1992- 

94) 

Seattle (1981-88, 1990-92), Washington 

(1989), Minnesota ( 1993, 1995) 

Denver (1981-83) 

Denver (1968-76) 

Washington (1960) 

Cincinnati (1988-92) 

Philadelphia (1997-) 

L.A. Rams ( 1955-58), L.A. Chargers (1960) 

Miami ( 1992-94), Cleveland ( 1995), 

Baltimore Ravens ( 1996-) 

Dallas (1975-88) 

Kansas City (1975-79) 

Buffalo (1985-86), Washington (1987) 

Houston ( 1977-82), New Orleans ( 1983-84) 

Baltimore Colts (1953) 

Baltimore Colts (1947) 

N.Y. Giants (1980) 

Washington (1993-94), Houston/Tennessee 

(1995-) 

New England (1991-) 



Note: Through 1997 season. Additions or corrections to the above list 
should be submitted to the University of Maryland Media Relations 
Office. 




Stan Gelbaugh 



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Terps in the NFL 



Maryland's NFL Players by Position 



QUARTERBACKS 



RECEIVERS/TIGHT ENDS 



Bob Avellini 
lim Corcoran 
Boomer Esiason 
Stan Gelbaugh 

Mark Manges 

so>ti Milanovich 

loninn Muni 

Neil O'Donnell 
Al Pastrana 
Frank Reich 
[ack Scarbath 
1 >ick Shiner 
s.oi i Zolak 



1975-84 
1 968 

I 'is I 97 

1986 95 

1978 

1996- 

1947 l l » 

1990 

1969-70 
1985- 

1953-56 

1964 74 

1 99 1 




Scott Zolak 



Azizuddin Abdur Ra'ooi L988 89 

DickBielski 1955-63 

GaryCollins 1962 i 

Lloyd Colteryahn 1954 i6 

Ferrell Edmunds 1988 94 

Ron Fazio 1987 

Rick fennings 1976-77 

Barry Johnson 1991-9: 

Vernon [oines 1989-91 

\ nkc Kinney 197s 79 

[ermaine I ewis 1996- 

Roland Merritl 1970 

lames Milling 1988-91 

Renaldo Nehemiah 1982-84 

RobRaba 1977-81 

[ohnSchultz 1976-78 

EricSievers 1981-90 

Geroy Simon 1997- 

JohnTice 1983-94 

MikeTice 1981-95 

Billy Van Heusen 1968-76 

Walter White 1975-79 




Jermaine Lewis 



RUNNING BACKS 



OFFENSIVE LINEMEN 



Steve Atkins 
Rick Badanjek 
Dick Bielski 

Ah in Blount 
Brooke Brewer 
Louis Carter 
Have D'Addio 
Andy Fletcher 
I u i lambino 
Chet Hanulak 
Bo ffickey 
Willie loyner 
lim Meade 
Charlie Mills 
Stan Mills 
1 d Modzeleuski 
left Rodenberger 
ferry Snyder 
1 d Vereb 
Ron Waller 
Tim Wilson 
John Wright 
Frank Wycheck 



1979-81 
1986-88 
1955-63 

1987 
1921-22 
1975-78 

1984 

1920 
1948-49 
1954-57 

1967 

1984 
1939-40 

1920 

1924 
1952, '55-59 

1987 
1929-30 

1960 

1955-58, '60 

1977-84 

1947 
1993- 




Frank Wycheck 



Tom Cichowski 
Fred Cole 
George Colton 
Dave Crossan 
lack Davis 
Ed Fulton 
O'Neil Glenn 
Kevin Glover 
Don Healy 
Steve Ingram 
Ben Jefferson 
Clarence (ones 
Stan [ones 
Bill Kirchiro 
Pete Ladygo 
J.D. Maarleveld 
Bob Morgan 
foe Moss 
Ed Nickla 
Dave Pacella 
Walter Rock 
Stan Rogers 
Mike Sandusky 
Ron Solt 



1967-68 
1960 
1987 

1965-69 
1960 

1978-79 

1991 

1985- 

1958-62 
1995- 

1989-90 
1991- 

1954 66 

1962 

1952, '54 

1986-87 
1954 
1932 
1959 
1984 

1963-73 
1975 




Ron Solt 



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Maryland's NFL Players by Position 



DEFENSIVE LINEMEN 


lohn Alderton 


1953 


Joe Campbell 


1977-81 


Ted Chapman 


1987 


Ed Cooke 


1958-67 


Darren Drozdov 


1993 


Mark Duda 


1983-87 


Charles Johnson 1979-80, '83 


Stan Jones 


1954-66 


Pete Koch 


1984-90 


Ray Krouse 


1951-60 


John Lookabaugh 


1946-47 


Bruce Mesner 


1987-88 


Dick Modzelewski 


1953-66 


Bob Morgan 


1954 


Jack Norris 


1932 


Warren Powers 


1989-92 


Don Ratliff 


1975 


Walter Rock 


1963-73 


Roger Shoals 


1963-71 


Al Wallace 


1997- 


Larry Webster 


1992- 


Randy White 


1975-88 


Elmer Wingate 


1953 


KICKERS/PUNTERS 


Dick Absher 


1967-72 


Jess Atkinson 


1985-88 


Dick Bielski 


1955-63 


Gary Collins 


1962-71 


Larry Marshall 


1972-78 


Steve Mike- Mayer 


1975-80 


Dan Plocki 


1989 


Billy Van Heusen 


1968-76 


Ron Waller 1955-58, '60 





LINEBACKERS 



Dick Absher 
O'Brien Alston 
Rod Breedlove 
Harry Butsko 
Matt D'Amico 
Chuck Faucette 
Ralph Felton 
Chip Myrtle 
Neal Olkewicz 
Bob Pellegrini 
Phil Perlo 
Guy Roberts 
Scott Schankweiler 
Sean Scott 
Kevin Walker 
Eric Wilson 
Kervin Wvatt 



1967-72 

1988-92 

1960-67 

1963 

1989 

1987-88 

1954-62 

1967-72/74 

1979-89 

1956, '58-65 

1960 

1972-77 

1987 

1988 

1988-92 

1985-87 

1980 



Randy White 



DEFENSIVE BACKS 



Donald Brown 
J.B. Brown 
Tom Brown 
Lloyd Burruss 
Ed Eullerton 
Tony Greene 
Larry Marshall 
Dick Nolan 
Ken Schroy 
Chad Scott 
Ben Scotti 
Irv Smith 
Chad Sydnor 
Steve Trimble 



1986-87 
1989- 
1964-69 
1981-93 
1953 
1971-79 
1972-78 
1954-62 
1977-84 
1997- 
1959-64 
1993 
1989 
1981-83 




Jess Atkinson 



J.B.Brown 



Chuck Faucette 



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General Information 



169 



University of Maryland 



The Campus 



The University of Maryland, 
College Park, is the most com- 
prehensive institution of higher 
education, research and service 
in the state. The university offers 
100 undergraduate majors, 88 
master's programs and 69 doc- 
toral programs in 13 colleges 
and schools. 

The university is one of only 
30 public research universities 
that are members of the presti- 
gious 58-member Association of 
American Universities. It is clas- 
sified as a Research- 1 university 
by the Carnegie Foundation by 
virtue of the range of its bac- 
calaureate programs, the 
amount of federal support 
received and the number ot doc- 
toral degrees awarded each year, 
sharing that honor with the top 
research universities in the 
country. 

Among the public universi- 
ties in the Association of Ameri- 
can Universities, Maryland 
ranks among the top in per- 
centage ot African-American 
undergraduate students. In 
addition, the university has the 
largest number ot African- 
Americans and other minority 
members among its peers. 



History 



The University of Maryland 
was founded in 1807 in Balti- 
more as a faculty-owned College 
of Medicine. The medical school 
was considered one of the top 
schools in the country, attracting 
notable professors and lecturers 
from throughout the world. In its 
beginning, tuition cost $140, 
grades were sent home weekly to 
parents, and students could 
obtain room and board lor $300 
annually. 

Five years liter, the growing 
institution was renamed the 
University of Maryland. 1 )espite 
the name, the university was not 
considered a state institution as 
it was still owned and operated 
by the faculty. Baltimore College 
i il I lental Surgery, the fust den 




Harford Hall 

tal school in America, became 
part of the university in 1840, 
awarding the first Doctor of 
Dental Surgery (D.D.S) degree 
in 1841. 

In 1859, the Maryland Agri- 
cultural College, which would 
evolve into the University of 
Maryland, College Park, was 
opened under a charter secured 
by a group of Maryland planters 
in 1856. In addition to spending 
one hour each day hoeing or 
plowing on the college farm, 
students took a broad range of 
courses in ancient and modern 
languages, natural sciences, 
English and mathematics. After 
a disastrous fire on campus in 
1912, the state acquired the col- 
lege and rebuilt it. 

In 1920, the state legislature 
combined the College Park 
institution with the professional 
schools in Baltimore to form jn 
expanded University of Mary 
land. The entity eventually grew 
to include campuses in Balti 
more County, on the Eastern 
Shore and the worldwide Uni- 
versity College, a continuing 
education institution. 

I he following decades saw 
the increasing growth ol student 
population, excellence in pro 



grams and curricula and the 
burgeoning of the University of 
Maryland, College Park, into a 
nationally recognized research 
institution. 

July 1, 1988, marked the dawn 
of a new era in higher education 
for the state of Maryland, as the 
five components of the universi- 
ty were merged with six other 
state universities and colleges to 
form the University System of 
Maryland, and College Park 
secured its flagship status with a 
mandate to become one of the 
pre-eminent research universi- 
ties in the nation. 

Research 

The unique role of American 
research universities in advanc- 
ing science and technology has 
kept the United States in the 
forefront of innovation and 
product development. Research 
dollars from federal and slate 
agencies, corporations and 
foundations fuel much of the 
basic and applied research activ- 
ity "I the I fniversity ol Mary 
land's faculty .\n(.i graduate stu 
dents. 

The university has unique 



facilities, research centers and 
institutes that attract new 
research projects and funding, 
as well as provide expanded 
knowledge in business, science 
and technology. The A. lames 
Clark School of Engineering 
houses the Glenn L. Martin 
Wind Tunnel — the most 
advanced aerodynamic testing 
facility of its kind on any univer- 
sity campus — and the Neutral 
Buoyancy Facility, which simu- 
lates weightlessness for space 
research, the only such facility 
on a university campus. Other 
specialized facilities include: 
Computer Vision Laboratory; 
Bioprocess- Scale up 1 aboratorv; 
Laboratory lor Ion Beam 
Research and Application; 
Superconductivity Research 
('enter, Laboratory tor Plasma 
and Fusion Studies; Psycho 
longuistics Laboratory; Com- 
pute] Assisted ( artographic 
1 aboratories; Developmental 
Psychology Laboratory ,w^\ the 
("enter on Aging. 

Service 

Programs ol publii service 
are central to the overall mission 



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University of Maryland 



of the university. I he philoso 
ph\ is reflected in the wide array 
of programs and initiatives thai 
benefit the state's business, agri- 

i li h u i c- .mil education lommu 
nines. 

With more than 90 high tech 
nology firms in the three coun 
tv area of Montgomery, Prince 
George's and 1 rederick counties, 
the university has found abun- 
danl opportunity to extend its 
business and technology out- 
reach programs to the region. 
Many oi these programs are pari 
of the Engineering Research 
li'iikT, which operates the Tech- 
nology Advancement Program 
and the Maryland Industrial 
Partnerships, programs 

designed to provide Maryland 
entrepreneurs .\nd small busi- 
nesses with research facilities, 
technical assistance, administra- 
tive support and access to tech- 
nology that will advance their 
economic base. 

The Institute for Systems 
Research has formed partner- 
ships with major corporations, 
including Lockheed Martin, 
Westinghouse, BF Goodrich, 
Hughes Aircraft and Dupont to 
apply advanced systems research 
to solving industry problems in 
the fields of communications, 
manufacturing, controls and 
robotics. 

The University of Maryland 
features a diversity of cultural 
and recreational activities. Four 
art galleries, more than 200 
annual musical performances 
and countless dance and theater 
productions, expose audiences 
to the broadest range of pro- 
grams in the arts. And intercol- 
legiate, club and intramural 
sports provide students of all 
levels an opportunity to partici- 
pate as spectators or athletes. 

The Libraries 

The seven libraries at the uni- 
versity constitute the largest 
university research library insti- 
tution in the Washington met- 
ropolitan area, providing vital 
resources to researchers, visiting 



scholars, ^n^l businesses 
throughout the region. I he 
libraries' holdings include more 
than 2.5 million volumes, 
2 1,000 subscriptions to pei iodi 
i. ils and neai ly 5 million items 
available in microfilm format. 
University libraries also offei 
several nationally and interna- 
tionally recognized special col 
lections sir h as the Internation 
al Piano Archives at Maryland, 
the National Trust for Historic 
Preservation and the National 
Public broadcasting Archives. 



The Alumni 

Graduates oi the university 

go on to distinguished careers in 
many fields. Chosen from thou- 
sands of qualified alumni, an 
inaugural group was inducted 
into the University of Maryland 
Alumni Association Hall of 
Fame in 1995. They included 21 
outstanding individuals who 
have brought, and continue to 
bring, great honor to their alma 
mater. Their achievements are as 
varied as their lives, but they all 
have one thing in common: a 
degree from the University ol 
Maryland, College Park. 

University Traditions 

Testudo is a Diamondback 
turtle. Like some other famous 
personages born into the 
Depression of the 1930s, the 
derivation of his name is cloudy. 
But it is likely that his moniker is 
derived from the scientific classi- 
fication for turtle (testudines). 
Or the top turtle could be named 
after testudo gigantia, a species 
native to the African nation of 
Seychelles and one of its remote 
islands, Aldabra. Or the name 
could have come from a dictio- 
nary definition that says the 
word, testudo, was derived from 
the Latin and meant a shelter 
held over the head of Roman 
soldiers — like a tortoise shell. 
These explanations are a long 
wav from the Chesapeake Bay 
where the Diamondback lives 




Anne Arundel Hall 

When Testudo had his com- 
ing out on May 23, 1933, he was 
thrown into a world filled with 
intimidating mascots — Wild- 
cats, Tigers, Devils, Wolves, 
Bears — thought up over a half- 
century of intercollegiate com- 
petition. The University of 
Maryland, College Park, was 
consolidated from different state 
schools in 1920 to form the base 
of today's wide-ranging state 
svstem, and the remodeled 
Maryland needed a flag carrier 
to do battle with Wahoos, Lions 
and Generals. 

Dr. H.C. Byrd, a football 
coach who later became univer- 
sity president, recommended 
the Diamondback as mascot in 
1932 in response to the student 



newspaper's search tor an "offi- 
cial" leader. Byrd's childhood in 
( nstield, Md., apparently 
included skirmishes with this 
brand of snapping turtle, 
indigenous to the Chesapeake 
Bav. The school paper was in 
fact already called the Diamond- 
back, and when the Class of 
1933 stepped forward with the 
idea of giving the university a 
permanent bronzed version as 
its graduation gift, Testudo was 
in to stay. 

Maryland had been referring 
to itself as Old Liners, yet anoth- 
er name whose derivation no 
one seems sure of. Historians 
are in a skirmish over whether 
the nickname is a reference to a 
Revolutionary War Troop of 



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Maryland soldiers who distin- 
guished themselves on the field 
of battle, or they feel it could 
refer to a squabble with Pennsyl- 
vanians over just where the bor- 
der between the two states 
should be. 

The Class of '33 raised money 
for casting a Diamondback by 
holding its senior prom on cam- 
pus to save money on expenses. 
And the yearbook and Student 
Government Association 

chipped in. Edwin C. Mayo, 
Class of '04 and a former quar- 
terback, donated at cost the 300- 
pound bronzed beauty as Presi- 
dent of Gorham Manufacturing 
in Providence, R.I. Robert ). Hill 
cast the inspired sculpture 
accomplished by company artist 
Aristide Cianfrani. Further 
turtleization came when the stu- 
dent yearbook, The Reveille, 
became The Terrapin in 1935. 
Newspapers, even then explor- 
ing every angle, shortened Ter- 
rapin to Terp for headline writ- 



ing ease when it wasn't trying to 
cram Old Liner into a single col- 
umn head. The name was in 
place; now came the stuff of leg- 
end. 

The Stuff of Legend 

The nicely thought out plans 
that made Testudo an instant hit 
did have a flaw. Putting Mr. T in 
front of the campus gym, 
Ritchie Coliseum, exposed Tes- 
tudo to every road agent wear- 
ing enemy colors. Ritchie was 
right on U.S. Route 1, then the 
principal North-South highway 
along the Eastern Seaboard. 
When a less dignified opponent 
needed something extra against 
the turtle and his troops, they 
practiced emotional blackmail, 
and kidnapped him. 

That was not the worst of it. 
They painted his golden skin 
enemy colors, and defaced his 
pedestal which was only to have 



the block M on it. Instead, 
opponents painted illegitimate 
JH's or GW's or V's or NC 's on 
his nest. A riot took place when 
Johns Hopkins students kid- 
napped the handsome reptile in 
1947; 200 police were called to 
the Baltimore campus to control 
the justified anger of College 
Park students. Two years later, 
the nifty shelled crusader was 
found on the lawn of a Universi- 
ty of Virginia fraternity house, 
whose occupants smugly called 
President Byrd with the message 
to get Testudo off their lawn. Of 
course Byrd obliged, and soon 
after Testudo was hidden in the 
campus carpentry shop where 
he was less inspirational, but a 
whole lot safer. 

The second stadium bearing 
Byrd's name was built in 1950, 
and in 1951 Testudo, sans coats 
of rivals' paint, took his perch in 
front of the Byrd Stadium foot- 
ball team house. He had beaten 
back all who would wrong him. 



and to make sure he would not 
travel again, he was fed 700 
pounds of cement and had his 
body attached to a new pedestal 
by long steel rods. 

With his permanent nesting 
came success for Maryland. Act- 
ing as guardian to waves of Terp 
competitors, the national foot- 
ball championship came, as did 
several ACC titles in the 1950s. 
His popularity among the stu- 
dents might have been the 
undoing of success, however. 
When McKeldin Library was 
constructed in the middle of 
campus, the student body 
demanded Testudo's full-time 
presence in the center of day-to- 
day activities. Testudo had gone 
far beyond being just a symbol 
for athletics. He was a campus 
symbol. Students carefully car- 
ried him up the hill to the main 
College Green and the library, 
and he was bolted to a new bed 
of stone in the early 1960s. 

Coincidence or not, football 




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dkl have a downturn in the 
1960s with Testudo absent. In 
the 1970s, when a costumed Tes 
tudo started to roam the side 
line, success was returning. The 
furry Testudo reigned over unri 
\alcd ACC football prowess, .mil 
sent Terps out to the lour cor- 
ners oi the football world for 
howK and interse< tional clashes. 
In 1992, a bronze duplicate to 
Testudo was created and 
installed just outside 
the new Fool 
ball Com- 
plex 



and Liken back to Meisner's fa< 
tory where the first duplicate 
was created using the I osi Wax 
method. 

While lestudo w.is being 

copied by Meisner ( )o. in front 

of McKeldin, the research 

library was undergoing exten 

sive refurbishment. As pari ol 

the new interior and exterior 

McKeldin received, the original 

Testudo w.is given a new 

pedestal and his 

bronze coal 

was 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND HIGHLIGHTS 




lock- 
er room 
door. As the 
football team takes 
the field the team congregates 
around the bronze Terrapin, and 
then all touch his nose for good 
luck. In 1995, Testudo was again 
duplicated as a bronze Terrapin 
statue was placed in Cole Field 
House as part of the lobby refur- 
bishment. 

Joel Meisner Co. of Farming- 
dale, N.Y., created the dupli- 
cates. Two men spent two days 
in June of 1992 pouring a rub- 
berized material over Testudo as 
it sat in front of McKeldin 
Library, followed by a wax mold 
on top. After a day to let the 
molds set, the wax was broken 
and easily removed. The rubber 
mold, which actually recreated 
Testudo, was painstakingly 
peeled away from the bronze 



cleaned. 

The Class of 

'33, which created 

Testudo in the first place, used 

its 60th reunion to dedicate the 

rejuvenated campus symbol. 

Sixty-five years ago, the Dia- 
mondback Turtle Gorham used 
as a model for the shelled won- 
der had a ribbon attached to it at 
the dedication. The ribbon was 
tied to the canvas covering the 
statue. The Diamondback 
moved forward, and revealed 
the splendor of his larger, 
bronzed brother. But no one 
rushed the smaller Diamond- 
hack in his duties. All in atten- 
dance were true believers who 
knew what many unfaithful 
have discovered about Terrap- 
ins. Thev bite. 




Maryland h.is top 20 ranked programs in engineering, computer 
science, physics, journalism, business, art history, economii s, 
criminology, mathematics, oceanography, astronomy, education, 
agricultural economics and ot 

The University Honors Program was selected as one the nation S 
nine best in AR< < )'s < luide to Ivy League Programs at State School 
Prices. 

Maryland has the state's largest concentration of academically 
talented students. More than one-third of new students are in 
invitation-only Honors, College Park Scholars or Gemstone 
programs. 

The university collaborates with more than 280 businesses through 
its Maryland Industrial Partnerships program. The university's 
incubator has spawned 20 new companies; three have been 
recognized as among the fastest growing in the state. 
Maryland is the only university in the southeast quadrant of the 
United States to have both engineering and business programs 
ranked in the top 25 by U.S. News and World Report. The College of 
Education also ranks in the top 25. 

Maryland was chosen by Money magazine as one of the 100 "Best 
Buys" nationally. 

Maryland is in the top three of non-historically black institutions in 
number of African- Americans receiving bachelor's degrees. 
Maryland created a Returning Student-Athlete academic program 
that to date has graduated 12 of the 27 former athletes enrolled in 
the program. 

In a 1995 study, the Department of Criminology and Criminal 
lustice was rated the highest quality research program in the nation 
by the Journal of Criminal Justice Education. 
The College of Journalism was selected as one of two sites in the 
U.S. for the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program, and named 
one of the nation's top communications programs hv the ( iannett 
Center for Media Studies. 

Fifty percent of this past year's freshman class had a high school 
grade point average of 3.5 or above. 

Last year, faculty researchers at the University of Maryland were 
awarded more than $155 million in competitively funded research 
and development awards. 

No other university in the Mid-Atlantic Region has more top 20 
graduate programs in computer, mathematical, physical sciences, 
and engineering disciplines than the University of Maryland, 
according to a recent analysis by the National Research Council. 
With more than 900 high technology firms in the three-county area 
of Montgomery, Prince George's and Frederick, the university has 
found abundant opportunity to extend its business and technology- 
outreach programs to the region. 

The reputation of the School of Music promises to grow when the 
$100 million Maryland Center for the Performing Arts opens in 
2000. 



University President 



Dr. CD. Mote, Jr. 



Dan Mote was appointed 27th president 
of the University of Maryland June 2, 1998. 
He comes to Maryland from the University 
of California, Berkeley, where he was Vice 
Chancellor of University Relations, Presi- 
dent of the UC Berkeley Foundation, and 
held an endowed chair in Mechanical Sys- 
tems. 

"The Regents could not be more pleased 
with this appointment," said Lance Billings- 
ley, chairman of the University System of 
Maryland Board of Regents. "Dr. Mote 
brings to the University of Maryland the 
national stature, record of accomplishment, 
and leadership abilities to build on [former 
university president] Brit Kirwan's legacy 
and to propel this institution into the top 
tier of American research universities. A 
man of impeccable credentials, he is widely 
recognized for his ability to form strategic 
alliances between the academy and the com- 
munity. I can think of no one better to take 
over the helm of our flagship university." 

Mote, 61, was named to the vice chancel- 
lor's position and foundation presidency at 
UC Berkeley in 1991. In those capacities, he 
has been responsible for working with the 
university's external constituencies through 
a variety of programs, including fund rais- 
ing, government relations, publications and 
public information. In 1992 he launched a 
comprehensive, campus-wide campaign to 
raise $1.1 billion in private support by the 
year 2000. 

From 1987 to 1991, Mote served as chair 
of Berkeley's Department of Mechanical 
Engineering, leading the department to its 
No. 1 ranking in the National Research 
Council review ot graduate program effec- 
tiveness. He came to Berkeley in 1967 after 
three years on the faculty of Carnegie Insti- 
tute of Technology. He has held research 
positions at the University of Birmingham 
(England), the Norwegian Institute for 
\\ i » id Science and Technology, the Technical 
University of Darmstadt, and the Tokyo 
Institute of Technology. 

His technical expertise is in the areas oi 
dynamic systems, instrumentation, vibra- 
tion, and biomechanics. He is international- 
ly recognized for his research on gyroscopic 
systems and also the biomechanics of skiing 
injury. His research work has yielded 300 
publications as well as patents in the U.S., 
I inland and Sweden. 

I le is a registered professional engineer in 

fornia ami has served professional soci 

in a number ol i apai ities. 1 le was \ ice 




CD. Mote, Jr. 

President of the American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers (Environment and 
Transportation Group) from 1986-90 and 
Vice Chairman of the ASME Council on 
Engineering in 1989-90. He was the found- 
ing chair of the ASME Noise Control and 
Acoustics Division and served from its 
inception in L979 until 1983. 

Among his numerous honors. Mote has 
received research fellowships from the 
National Science Foundation and from the 
Royal Norwegian ( ouncil for Scientific and 
Industrial Research. In 1971 the Universit) 
ol California, Berkeley gave him its Distin 



guished Teacher Award. In l L )!s'8 he was 
elected to the National Academy of Engi- 
neering in the U.S. and was awarded the 
Humboldt Prize by the federal Republic ol 
Germany. In 1997 Mote was chosen Hon 
orary Member o\ the American Society ol 
Mechanical Engineers, the highest award 
bestowed by tins society, for exemplary 
accomplishments in the course ol his career. 
Mole holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in 
mechanical engineering and a Ph.D. in engi- 
neering mechanics, all from the Universit) 
oi i alifornia, Berkeley. 



174 



University Administration 



Dr. Charles F.Wellford 



Faculty Athletic Representative 

Dr. Charles I. Wellford, pro 
fessor ol criminology and crim- 
inal justice, and director oi the 
I fniversit) ol Mar) land i Center 
for Applied I 'ol ic \ Studies, is in 
his third year .is the I fniversit) 
ol Maryland's faculty athletic 
representative. I >r. Wellford also 
serves .is the director oi the 
Maryland lustice Analysis Cen- 
ter. 

I le was elected \ ice president 
ol theAdantic( oast Conference 
for the 1998 l »'» academic year, 
and currently chairs the Univer 
sit) oi Man land's Athletic 
i ouncil. He previously served 
on the Athletic Council from 
1986-89 and L992-95. 

At the Universit) of Mary- 
land, Dr. Wellford has been 
involved in a variety of efforts. 
I le was chair of the Department 
ol < riminology and Criminal 
lustice from 1981-95 .\n^\ was 
the director of the Office of Aca- 
demic Computing Services from 
1992-98. He has served on and 
currently chairs the Senate PCC 
committee, chaired the Campus 
Security Committee from 1985- 




Dr. Charles Wellford 

95, and served on the Campus 
Human Subjects Committee. 

He serves on numerous stale 
and federal advisory hoards and 
commissions, and is a past 
! L995-96) president of the 
American Society of Criminolo- 
g) (ASC). 

Dr. Wellford received his 
bachelor's and master's degrees 
from the University of Mary- 
land and his Ph.D. from the 
University of Pennsylvania. 



University System of Maryland 

Officers 

Dr. Donald N.Langenberg 
Chancellor 



Dr. George L.Marx 

Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs 

Joseph F.Vivona 

Vice Chancellor for Administration and 

Finance 

John K.Martin 

Vice Chancellor for Advancement 



Board of Regents 



Lance W. Billingsley 

Chairman of the Executive Board 

Prince George's County 

Benjamin L.Brown 
Vice Chairman 
Baltimore City 

Margaret Alton 
Secretary 
Baltimore City 

Nathan A. Chapman, Jr. 
Treasurer 
Howard County 

Charles W.Cole, Jr. 
Assistant Secretary 
Baltimore County 

Harry R.Hughes 
Assistant Treasurer 
Caroline County 

Mary Arabian 
Baltimore City 




Dr. Donald N.Langenberg 



Richard O.Berndt 
Baltimore City 

Earle Palmer Brown 
Montgomery County 

Edwin S.Crawford 
Baltimore County 

Thomas B.Finan, Jr. 
Allegany County 

Michael C.Gelman 
Montgomery County 

Susan Wada, 1999 student regent 
Anne Arundel County 

Louise Michaux Gonzales 
Baltimore City 

Wendell M.Holloway 
Montgomery County 

Henry A.Virts, ex officio 
St. Mary's County 



University of Maryland Administration 



Dr. CD. "Dan" Mote, Jr. 
President 

Dr. Marie Davidson 

Executive Assistant to the President 

J.Terrence Roach 

Executive Assistant to the President 

Dr. Gregory L.Geoffroy 

Vice President for Academic Affairs, 

Provost 



Dr. Charles F.Sturtz 

Vice President for Administrative 

Affairs 

Reid Crawford 

Vice President for University 

Advancement 

Dr. William LThomasJr. 

Vice President for Student Affairs 



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Athletic Administration 



Deborah A. Yow, Director of Athletics 



The University of Maryland athletic 
department has made remarkable 
progress under the leadership of Deborah 
A. Yow over the past four years. Budgets 
are now balanced and the inherited oper- 
ating debt of almost $7 million has been 
paid in full. There is a spirit of excitement 
and pride at Maryland and the depart- 
ment has a clear vision for its future. 

In her inspiring first meeting with the 
staff, shortly after she was named A.D. in 
the summer of 1994, she challenged the 
Terrapin athletic department to "raise our 
sights and sharpen our tools. ..to work 
hard and work smart. ..to recognize that 
our only limitations are those which we 
place upon ourselves." 

Deborah Yow has rallied the depart- 
ment toward the achievement of five 
strategic goals: 

1 ) Generate significantly higher revenues 
through increased corporate sponsor- 
ships, aggressive marketing and more 
effective fund-raising; 

2) Boost the graduation rate of Terrapin 
athletes to a level equal to the general stu- 
dent body; 

3) Raise the level of competitive achieve- 
ment nationally and in the Atlantic Coast 
Conference, while carefully complying 
with ACC and NCAA rules; 

4) Develop a streamlined, highly efficient 
athletics organization; 

5) Provide outstanding customer service. 
In achieving most of these goals over 

her first four years as athletic director, Yow 
and her dedicated coaches, administrators 
and staff have re-engineered the depart- 
ment from a debt-ridden, under-achiev- 
ing organization to a responsive and 
financially sound model — with a clear 
vision and a determined drive toward 
national prominence. Maryland now 
ranks in the top 10 percent of all NCAA 
Division 1 programs competitively across 
all sports, is competing effectively in the 
ACC, and set an enviable record of 154 
All-ACC academic honor roll student- 
athletes. ( orporate sponsorship revenues 
are up 265 percent and annual fund rais- 
ing for scholarships has increased 60 per- 
cent. Maryland is a remarkably improved 
athletic program. 

In 1997, Debbie Vow formed the 
employee "Committee on Quality in the 
Workplace" to recommend initiatives to 
improve working conditions and to design 
programs to recognize the value of athlet- 




Deborah A.Yow 



YOW ELECTED 2ND V-P OF NACDA 



Deborah A. Yow was elected 
second vice-president of the 
National Association of Collegiate 
Directors of Athletics this past 
June and is scheduled to assume 
the organization's presidency in 
July 2000. Her term as second 
vice-president began July 1. Now 
in its 33rd year, NACDA serves as 
the professional and educational 
association for more than 5,100 
college athletic directors, associ- 
ates, assistants and conference 
commissioners at more than 
1,600 institutions throughout the 
United States, Canada and Mexi 
co. Yow is the second woman to 
serve as an officer of NACDA 
(Barbara Hedges, athletic director 
at the University oi Washington, 
held office from 1994-97). 



ic department employees. This has proved 
to be a wonderful tool in recognizing the 
worth of our outstanding employees 
across the department. There is a com- 
pelling sense that the Terrapin athletic 
department is a family, with a common 
goal and a shared purpose. 

Maryland's athletic director recently 
observed, "We have the finest coaches, 
support staff, and administrative team in 
America. It is because of their courage, 
hard work, and cooperation that we now 
have a strong, viable athletic program. I 
am immensely proud of each of them. 1 
am equally proud of our Terrapin fans 
who buy tickets and our Terrapin Club 
members who faithfully support the 
Maryland athletic program with their 
donations for scholarships, and the Mary- 
land Educational Foundation and M Club 
members who serve and give liberally. We 
have a great Terrapin family. That's the 
foundation for all our successes. ..and the 
basis for our bright future." 

Regarding the many achievements of 
the Terrapin athletic program, Debbie Vow- 
says, "We are pleased, but we are not satis- 
fied. ..our vision is to be one of the top 10 
programs in the nation consistently.. .we 
see no reason to settle for less." Yow, who is 
a member of the NCAA Management 
Council and other prestigious national 
groups, is known for her goal-oriented and 
proactive management style. She consis- 
tently inspires and expects maximum 
effort from herself and those around her. 
Her words set the tone for everyone in ath- 
letics: "Winning isn't everything, but the 
will to win is." She points out that this 
applies in the classroom, on the field ot 
competition, and in life. 

Reflecting on the status of the Terrapin 
football program, Maryland's A.D. realis- 
tically points out, "The new coaching statt 
inherited a team which had to pla) .in 
unprecedented 13 freshmen in 1997, with 
more than 50 percent of our points scored 
in the 1997 season coming from these 
young freshmen. We have launched a 
determined rebuilding program, with this 
year's team also starling mam young pla) 
ers new to the lineup. We will continue 
our steady mu\ determined progress ovei 
the coming three years, as we become 
more competitive in the .Atlantic Coast 
Conference. I he football stall has a ver) 
big job ahead ol it, but they are up to the 
task of rebuilding this program. It is now 



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"We have launched a 
determined rebuilding 
program, with this war's 
team also starting many 
young players new to the 
lineup ... the football staff 
has a wry big job ahead oj 
it, but they air up to the 
task of rebuilding this pro- 
gram. It is now more than 
ever that they need all our 
strong support." 

— Deborah A. You 



more than ever th.it they need 
.ill our strong support, while 
they are rebuilding." 

\ former basketball coach, 
You was the first male or 
female .it the Division I level to 
lead three schools (Kentucky, 
Oral Roberts, Florida) to their 
first-ever appearances in the 
national Top 25. Her previous 
significant administrative 
experience came at the Univer- 
sity of Florida and the Univer- 
sity of North Carolina-Greens- 
boro and as a pioneer female 
athletic director at Saint Louis 
University 1 1990-94). 

The Maryland athletic 
department staff is working as 
a focused, talented and deter- 
mined team under the dynam- 
ic leadership of Dr. Deborah A. 
"low and is realizing steady and 
remarkable progress across all 
areas, with the best yet to 
come. 

With a clear vision and with 
high aspirations for Maryland 
athletics, the Terps prepare to 
enter the new century on a 
dramatic upward thrust. The 
athletics staff embraces this 
prospect, with gratitude for its 
successes and with renewed 
determination to further 
enhance the program's nation- 
al stature. It has the skill and 
determined leadership to 
reach its lofty goals, as a part of 
this great university. And it 
will. 




1997-98 Sears 

Directors' Cup Standings 



Maryland's athletic program has made remarkable progress under her leader- 
ship, but Deborah A.Yow continues to raise the bar, saying, "We are pleased, 
but we are not satisfied. ..our vision is to be one of the top 10 programs in the 
nation consistently.. .we see no reason to settle for less." 



Terrapins No. 19 in Athletic Excellence 



1. 


Stanford 


1010 


2. 


Florida 


660 




North Carolina 


660 


4. 


UCLA 


630 


5. 


Michigan 


620 


6. 


Arizona 


510 


7. 


Georgia 


500 


8. 


Washington 


460 


9. 


Nebraska 


450 


10. 


LSU 


440 




use 


440 


12. 


Arizona State 


430 


13. 


Virginia 


420 


14. 


Arkansas 


400 


15. 


Penn State 


380 




Texas 


380 


17. 


Minnesota 


370 


18. 


Brigham Young 


360 


19. 


Maryland 


330 




Tennessee 


330 




California 


330 




Colorado 


330 


23. 


Ohio State 


320 


24. 


Oklahoma State 


310 


25. 


Auburn 


300 




Clemson 


300 




Princeton 


300 



University of Maryland this 
past (une achieved one of the 
major department goals of the 
Deborah A. Yow era by earning 
inclusion in the top 20 of the 
Sears Directors' Cup, the 
national all-sports ranking 
measuring overall athletic 
competitiveness. 

In final standings released 
by the National Association of 
Collegiate Directors of Athlet- 
ics, the Terrapins' athletic pro- 
gram was ranked tied for 19th 
out of 306 Division I schools. 
It is the highest finish for the 
Terps since the rankings 
began, and Maryland's 38- 



% 






■% 



Terps in the 
Sears Directors' Cup 
Under Deborah A.Yow 



1994-93 
1995-96 
1996-97 

1997-98 



37th 
36th 
32nd 
19th 



position jump from the No. 57 
spot in the final 1994-95 rank- 
ings is the greatest in that time 
period by a school not previ- 
ously ranked in the top 25. 
Maryland finished third 
among ACC schools in the 
1997-98 rankings. 

Since the end of Yow's first 
year as athletic director, when 
the Terps finished 57th in the 
rankings, Maryland has made 
remarkable progress in the 
Sears Directors' Cup. The 
Terps jumped 21 spots (to 
36th) in Yow's second year, 
then climbed four more spots 
i to No. 32 ) after her third year. 



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Danita D. Nias 




SENIOR ASSOC. A.D. 

Danita D. Nias, 
whose involvement 
in University of 
Maryland athletics 
goes back to her 
days as a cheer- 
leader in the late 
1970s and early 
1980s, is in her 
fourth year as an 
athletic admin- 
istrator and her 
third as the department's senior associate 
director of athletics. Nias assists the athletic 
director in the overall administration of the 
department, including performance manage- 
ment, staff development, and outcome assess- 
ment. She oversees the supervision of 13 varsi- 
ty sports, supervises the personnel, marketing 
and media relations units, and directs a depart- 
ment-wide Continuous Quality Improvement 
program. She also assists in the solicitation ol 
gifts for the capital campaign, coordinating her 
efforts through the athletic advancement 
office. 

She earned her bachelor's degree from the 
University of Maryland's College of Business 
and Management with a concentration in per- 
sonnel and labor relations. 

Prior to her appointment at Maryland in 
June of 1995, she spent 11 years at Learning 
International, formerly based in Stamford, 
Conn., where she was a senior executive 
responsible for designing, implementing and 
selling to America's leading corporations train- 
ing systems to improve organizational perfor- 
mance. 

she and her husband Michael reside in 
Silver Spring. 



Joe Hull 



ASSOC. A.D./EXTERNAL RELATIONS 

|oe Hull joined the University ot Maryland 
athletic stall as 
associate athletic 
director tor exter 
nal relations in 
I te< embei 1997 
following 12 in 
in various athletic 
fund-raising, tick- 
eting and in. ii I el 
ing capacities ai 
North Carolina 

Stale I nivcisilv 

\t Maryland, Hull oversees all fund raising 

is lor the Terrapins' athletic program, 

including the Terrapin ( lub, \I ' Hub and 

fund raising office. I'i ior to his 

arrival in ( ollege Park, he was associate direc 

tor ol the NC state Student Aid Association 




(Wolfpack Club), which raises nearly $6 mil- 
lion annually for athletic scholarships from its 
more than 1 1,000 members/contributors. The 
Wolfpack Club also was responsible for raising 
more than $50 million for the construction ot 
a 20,000-seat sports arena. In addition to his 
annual fund and capital campaign experience, 
Hull has extensive experience in endowment 
gilts, planned gifts, donor seating, advertising 
sales, publications and special events. 

Hull earned his bachelor's degree in busi- 
ness management from North Carolina State 
University in 1978, a law degree from 
Campbell University in 1981 and a master's in 
sports administration from Ohio University in 
1985. 

His wife, JoAnn, formerly served as an 
assistant attorney general for the state of North 
Carolina. They have two children, losie ( 7 ) and 
losiah (4). 



Rob Mullens 



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AGING ASSOC. A.D./ADMI N ISTRATION 

Rob Mullens, who 
joined the Terps' 
staff as assistant 
athletic director 
for business in the 
summer of 1996, 
was elevated to act- 
ing associate ath- 
letic director tor 
administration this 
past May. In his 
expanded role, he 






supcn ises nine intercollegiate sports (baseball, 
wrestling, golf, men's and women's cross coun- 
try, and men's and women's indoor and out- 
door track) in addition to overseeing business, 
ticket, and facility operations, the strength and 
conditioning program, and the training room. 

Mullens graduated cum laude in 1991 from 
West Virginia with a degree in business admin- 
istration. He earned a master's degree in sport 
management at WVU in 1993. Prior to his 
appointment at Maryland, he was senior busi- 
ness manager and the chief budget officer for 
the University of Miami (Fla.) athletic depart- 
ment ( 1994-461. 

lbs background in athletics includes serv 

ing as an intern for the senior associate direc 

tor ot athletics at Kentucky (1993) and as a 
graduate assistant to the assistant athletic 

director lor business at West Virginia (1992 
93). Prior to pursuing a careei in athletics, 
Mullens worked for the accounting firm Ernsl 
and Young. 

IK is married to the former lane Pearson, 
who is the Terrapins' assistant athletic directoi 
lor compliance. 



Patricia Nicol 




ASST. A.D./SENI0R WOMEN'S ADMIN. 

Patricia Nicol, the 
d e p a r t m e n t ' s 
senior women's 
administrator, is in 
her third year as an 
assistant athletic 
director at the 
University of 

Maryland. She 
came to College 
Park following a 
six-year stint as 
associate athletic director and senior women's 
administrator at Providence College. 

At Maryland, Nicol oversees the adminis- 
tration of 13 varsity sports, including national- 
ly ranked programs tor women's lacrosse, 
women's soccer, volleyball, field hockey, men's 
lacrosse and men's soccer. In addition, she 
supervises the nationally recognized women's 
basketball, gymnastics and Softball teams, as 
well as the men's and women's tennis teams 
and men's and women's swimming programs. 
Her duties at Maryland have included serving 
as tournament director for all NCAA 
Championship events hosted by the Terps in 
1997-98 and serving as the department's acting 
compliance officer for one year. 

Nicol earned bachelor's ( 1980) and master's 
(1983) degrees from the University of Rhode 
Island, where she was an NCAA qualifier in the 
sport of track and field. She was inducted into 
the school's athletic Hall of Fame in 1990. She- 
served as head cross country and track coach at 
West Virginia University from 1983-84. 

A native of Providence, R.I., she has two 
children, Christine (14) and Michael (12). 



Curt Callahan 



ASST.A.D./0PERATI0NS& FACILITIES 

taut Callahan, a 
veteran member ol 
the Terrapins' ath- 
letic stall, is in his 
Kith season over 
seeing Maryland's 

athletic operations 
and facilities and 
his 20th as an assis 
tant wrestling 

coach. I le was 

named the depart- 
ment's facilities coordinator in 1989 and was 
elevated to assistant athletic directoi in 1447. 
As the ke) contact person on operations 

and facilities, Callahan manages the depart 

ment's vast athletic complex, including Byrd 
Stadium ami ( ole I ield I louse. In recenl years, 

he played an instrumental role in three ill. hoi 
building projects: the upper deck addition to 
Byrd Stadium, the construction ol the i .ossctt 




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Football ream House, and the completion ol 
the [ames II. Kehoe Track and Field Facility 
and Ludwig Soccer Field. 1 1 1 ^ game manage- 
ment responsibilities have included overseeing 
iIr- last six N( AA lac rosse tournaments held in 
i ollege Park. 

Mis tenure .it the university dates to his 
undergraduate days as .1 wrestler in the late 
1960s, when he played an integral role in the 
ferps winning four consecutive Ai ( wrestling 
championships. Callahan himsell was .1 two 
time conference champion, winning individual 
lilies m 19d9 and '70. He was 22-1 as a junior, 
Ins only loss coming to NCAA and eventual 
Olympic champion Dan Gable ol Iowa, 
Callahan was a two time qualifier to the U.S. 
Olympic Mais, reaching the finals in 1972 and 
'76. In both years, he finished fourth national- 
ly in Greco Roman at I 19.5 pounds. 

I lis vn ife's name is Sandy. 



Demetrius Marlowe 

ASST. A.D./ACADEMIC SUPPORT & 
CAREER DEVELOPMENT 



Dave Haglund 



Jane Mullens 




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Demetrius Mar 

lowe is in his sec- 
ond year as assis- 
tant athletic direc- 
tor for academic 
support and career 
d e ve 1 o p 111 cut. 
Marlowe oversees 
and directs the 
academic support 
unit for all stu- 
dent-athletes, and 
is developing eareer development initiatives for 
all ol Maryland's student-athletes as part ol a 
comprehensive lite-skills program. 

Marlowe came to Maryland from Syracuse 
University, where he served as the academic 
coordinator for football for three years. At 
Syracuse, he was responsible for all academic 
support services for the football program. His 
duties included the development, implementa- 
tion and evaluation of pre-season orientations, 
study tables and tutorial services, the develop- 
ment and monitoring of continuing eligibility, 
and academic progress toward degree process- 
es. In addition, his contribution to Syracuse 
University led to one of the country's fust 
N( Will \MPS I ife Skills programs for stu- 
dent-athletes. He also worked as an academic 
counselor at the University of Notre Dame. 

Marlowe has worked in an environment 
which sustained a student-athlete graduation 
rate of 85 percent, and he has been described as 
one of the "most innov ative leaders in forward- 
ing the mission of the National Association of 
Academic Advisors tor Athletes. 

I le and his wife, Alison, have three children: 
lanav Miller 1 11 I, Shay (13) and Samuel (2). 



ASST. A.D./MEDIA RELATIONS 



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Mm 



Dave Haglund 
joined the l 'nivei 
siiv ol Maryland 
athletic stall in 
lanuarv ol 1998 
following a 16 1 eat 
career in the sports 
information office 
at Fresno State 
University. At 
Maryland he serves 
as the administra- 
tive head ol the Terrapins' media relations unit, 
overseeing the development mm\ implementa- 
tion ol initiatives to provide publicity for the 

university's 2-1 varsit) sports and more than 

600 student-athletes. 

A 1981 graduate of ( Iregon State University, 

Haglund began his sports information career 
as .\n assistant SID at Fresno State in 1981 and 
was elevated to sports information director in 
1996. I hinng the course of his career at Fresno 
State, he served as the primary contact person 
tor the Bulldogs' nationally ranked Division I 
football, basketball, baseball and soccei pro- 
grams. Fresno State led the nation in atten- 
dance in baseball, soccer and Softball and was 
among the West Coast leaders in attendance in 
men's basketball during his time at the central 
1 alifornia school. He also served as informa- 
tion director of the California Bowl ( 1982-83) 
for two years. 

Haglund and his wife, Cindy, are the par- 
ents of two children: Samantha (5) and 
Matthew (2). 




ASST. A.D./C0MPLIANCE & CERTIFICATION 

lane Mullens was 
named assistant 
athletic director 
for compliance 
and certification 
this past May after 
spending thi 
vious two years as 
the department s 
compliant e coi 11 

dinator. She serves 

as the depart- 
ment's senior level manager in \'( AA compli 
ance and certification matters related to 
recruiting, eligibility, financial aid and rules 
education. 

Mullens earned a bachelor's degree from 
Western Washington University in 1492 and a 
master's in sport management from University 
ol Miami ( lla.) in 1994. She was an assistant in 
theLomplianceoltke.il Miami in 1995 before 
being promoted to compliance coordinator in 
lanuarv 1996. As uimpliaiiec coordinator tor 

1I1. Hurricanes, she was responsible lor creat- 
ing and implementing a rules-education pin 
gram and creating and monitoring documen 
tation related to recruiting, eligibility, financial 
aid and rules education. She was named to a 

similar position at the Universit) ol Maryland 
in July 1996. She began her career in athletic 
compliance as an intern at Miami in 1994. 

She is married to Rob Mullens, Maryland's 
acting associate athletic director. 








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Athletic Department Staff 

Note: all telephone numbers 301 area. 

Athletic Director's Office 

Deborah A. Yow, Director of Athletics 314-7075 

Joyce Taylor, Executive Admin. Asst 314-7075 

Danita D. Nias, Sr. Associate A.D 314-8678 

Renee Mahaffey, Admin. Asst 314-8678 

Rob Mullens, Acting Associate A.D./Administration 314-7046 

Sue Doran, Asst. to Sr. Associate A.D 314-7162 

Lisa Lepore, Personnel Coordinator 314-1967 

Mark Rountree, Asst. to the A.D 314-8325 

A.D. Fax 314-7149 

Advancement 

Joe Hull, Associate A.D./External Relations 314-7035 

Barbara Scafone, Admin. Asst 314-7073 

Greg Manning, Director, Major Gifts 314-7014 

Cheryl Harrison, Director, Advancement Projects 405-0729 

Andrew Plenn, Director, Advancement Projects 314-7019 

David Diehl, Executive Director, M Club 314-5372 

Dotti Warren, Admin. Asst 314-7020 

Craig Brooks, Director, Terrapin Club 405-0735 

Julie Patterson, Asst. Director, Terrapin Club 314-7077 

Rod Barleen, Terrapin Club Asst 314-7032 

Dana Delaney, Admin. Asst 314-7020 

Advancement Fax 314-9318 

Assistant A.D./Senior Women's Admin. 

Patricia Nicol 314-6969 

Shirley Robinson, Admin. Asst 314-6999 

Academic Support and Career Development 

Demetrius Marlowe, Asst. A.D./Academic Support 314-7040 

Katherine Fontaine, Academic Support Coord 314-9662 

John Bowman, Asst. Director 314-7039 

Donald Pearman, Asst. Director 314-7042 

Heather Lowe, Asst. Director 314-7037 

Academic Support Fax 314-9997 

Business Office 

Rob Mullens, Acting Associate A.D 314-7046 

Lisa Peterson, Asst. Business Mgr 314-7048 

Lori Panko, Admin. Asst 314-9214 

Phyllis Wallace, Office Supervisor 314-7050 

Karen White, Payroll Coordinator 314-9532 

Compliance 

Jane Mullens, Asst. A.D./Compliance & Certification 314-7258 

Amy Skarbek, Asst. Compliance Coordinator 314-7081 

Compliance Fax 314-7149 



Equipment 

Ron Ohringer, Head Manager 314-7331 

Pat Gallagher, Asst. Manager 314-7110 

John Bowie, Asst. Manager 314-7130 

Grounds 

Bunk Carter, Head Groundskeeper 314-7383 

Bill Reinohl, Asst. Groundskeeper 314-7383 

Marketing 

Rich McGill, Asst. Marketing Director 314-1203 

Wendy McReynolds, Asst. Marketing Director 314-7071 

Marketing Fax 314-4920 

Media Relations 

Dave Haglund, Asst. A.D./Media Relations 314-7064 

Chuck Walsh, Asst. Director 314-7065 

Tricia Hughes, Asst. Director 314-7063 

Jason Yellin, Asst. Director/Publications Coord 314-7062 

Kevin Messenger, Asst. Director 314-7066 

Sandy Ratke, Admin. Asst 314-7064 

Media Relations Fax 314-9094 

Operations and Facilities 

Curt Callahan, Asst. A.D. Operations/Facilities 314-7126 

Gary Parker, Asst. Director 314-7127 

Greg Smith, Asst. Director 314-7128 

" Patty Benfield, Admin. Asst 314-7126 

Sports Medicine 

Sandy Worth, Head Trainer 314-9905 

Brant Berkstresser, Asst. Trainer 314-9906 

Bill Saylor, Asst. Trainer 314-7113 

Phyllis Sanders, Asst. Trainer 314-7137 

J.J. Bush, Asst. Trainer 314-7132 

Michael Meyers, Asst. Trainer 314-9901 

Strength and Conditioning 

Dwight Gait, Strength and Conditioning 314-9927 

Damian Stephens, Asst 314-9927 

'Barry Kagan, Asst 314-9927 

Corliss White, Asst 314-9927 

Ticket Office 

Jack Zane, Director, Ticket Operations 314-7083 

Wendy Brown, Ticket Manager 405-9273 

Debbie Russell, Asst. Ticket Manager 314-7085 

Eloise Jones, Asst. Ticket Manager 314-7084 

Andrew Hartley, Asst. Ticket Manager 314-7093 



Varsity Sports Offices 



Baseball Gymnastics 

Tom Bradley, Head Coach 314-7122 Bob Nelligan, Mead Coach 314-7007 

Men's Basketball Men's Lacrosse 

Gary Williams, Head Coach 314-7029 Dick 1 dell, Head Coach 314-7117 

Women's Basketball Women's Lacrosse 

( In is Weller, I lead ( cadi ! 1 4-8276 ( :indy Timchal, I lead ( oa< h 5 1 1-4273 

Field Hockey Men's Soccer 

Missy Meharg, Head Coach 314-7006 Sasho < irovski, Head < oach S14 tin I 

Football Women's Soccer 

Ron Vanderlinden, Head ( oach 314-7096 Alan Kirkup, Head Coach 314-7034 

Golf Softball 

Tom Hanna, Head ( oach 403 8157 Gina LaMandre, Head! oach 105 0521 



Men's & Women's Swimming 

lim Wenhold, Head (oach 11 I 031 

Men's and Women's Tennis 

lim 1 aitta, 1 lead ( loach 3 14-7131 

Men's and Women's Track 

Bill Goodman, Head Coach 514 I i 

Volleyball 

fanice Kruger, Head I oach 514 9839 

Wrestling 

John McHugh, Head Coach 114 7134 



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Medical Staff 



I Ih- University oi Maryland Department ol 
Intercollegiate Athletics and the University ol Maryland 
Medical i Center's sports medicine program have joined forces 
to provide the best possible medical attention and care to all 
lei rapin student-athletes. 

Orthopedic surgeon I eigh Ann Curl, M.D., serves as the 
head team physician and Tom Terrell, M.D., provides prima 
i\ care services. Both Drs. Curl and Terrell are pari ol the 
growing University Sports Medicine program oi the 
University of Maryland Medical Center, which also provides 
medical care for the Baltimore Ravens of the Nl I . UMBC, 
Coppin Slate University .mil II high schools. 

Says Deborah A. Vow, Maryland's director oi athletics: 
"When we recruit student-athletes to play for Maryland, we 
owe them the best education, the best coaching and the best 
comprehensive health care. Pis. Curl and Terrell are excellent 
physicians who understand college athletics. It is especially 
gratifying for us to partner with our medical center in the 
same fashion as other U ( institutions do with their medical 
schools, like North ( Carolina, Virginia, Duke and Wake Forest." 

LEIGH ANN CURL, M.D. 
HEAD TEAM PHYSICIAN 

I eigh Ann Curl, a former All-American basketball player 
at the University of Connecticut and a 1998 inductee into the 
GTE Academic All-America Hall of Fame, is beginning her 
second year as Maryland's head team physician. 

Dr. Curl, who is a member of the University of Maryland 
School of Medicine faculty as an assistant professor of ortho- 
pedic surgery, has performed volunteer work as team physi- 
cian for USA basketball, USA Rugby, Johns Hopkins 
University, St. John's University, the New York Mets and the 
New York City public schools recreation program. 

She received her medical degree in 1989 from Johns 
Hopkins, where she served her internship and residence She 
was a fellow in sports medicine and shoulder surgery at The 
Hospital for Special Surgery at Cornell University Medical 
Center in New York City. 

Dr. Curl graduated summa cum laude from the 
University of Connecticut in 1985 and was her class valedic- 
torian. She was a four-year starter on the women's basketball 
team, serving two years as team captain, and became the 
third women's basketball player in school history to score 
1,000 points. She currently ranks 10th in career points and 
fifth in rebounds at UConn. A two-time GTE Academic All- 
America, Curl also was a two-time Big East Conference 
Scholar- Athlete of the Year. 

TOM TERRELL, M.D. 
PRIMARY CARE DOCTOR 

Tom Terrell, an Academic All-American basketball player 
at Jacksonville University in 1986, is beginning his second 
season as the primary care sports medicine doctor tor 
Maryland's athletic program. 

A member of the University of Maryland School of 
Medicine faculty as a clinical assistant professor of family 
medicine, Terrell was in private practice in Atlanta prior to 
joining the Terps' medical staff. He received his M.D. from 
Emory University Medical School in Atlanta and a Master of 
Philosophy in biological anthropology from the University nl 
Cambridge in England. He was a fellow at Michigan State 
I niversity in primary care sports medicine and a medical 
officer for the 199e> Olympics. 

A former collegiate athlete, Terrell was an Academic All- 
American at Jacksonville University in 1986 when the 
Dolphins advanced to the NCAA Tournament. He also was 
selected the Sun Belt Conference Male Scholar- Athlete of the 
Year and was awarded an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship. 




Sandy Worth 



Michael Meyers 



Brant Berkstresser 



Training Staff 



Dr. Tom Terrell 






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SANDY WORTH 
HEAD TRAINER 

Sandy Worth, who has been affiliated with Maryland's 
aihletk program sine 19 ; coordinates and directs the 
medical care lor the Terps' football program in addition lo 
hei responsibilities as the univei 1 athletii trainer. 

A native of Timonium, Md., Worth supervises and 
schedules a professional staff ol five lull time assistants and 
approximately 25 student trainers who combine to provide 
medical assistance lo the university's more than 600 stu 
dent-athletes. Worth, a 1973 graduate ol Maryland, joined 
the Terps' stall that same year as an associate trainer, she 
was promoted to head trainer in 1442. 

During her career at Maryland, Worth has worked 
directly with five teams that have captured national cham- 
pionships — four in women's lacrosse and one in field 
hockey. In addition, she was the trainer lor the women's bas- 
ketball program when it won eight ACC titles and advanced 
to three NCAA Final lours. 

A member of the National Uhletii Trainers Association, 
Worth was the head trainer for the 1989 and '93 U.S. 
women's lacrosse teams which won World Cup champi- 
onships. 

MICHAEL MEYERS 
ASST. TRAINER 

Michael Meyers is in Ins second year on the athletic 
training staff at the University of Maryland. He works 
directly with the football and women's basketball programs. 

Meyers came to College Park from Morgan State 
University, where he was a member of the training staff tor 
two years. A native of Woodbridge, Va., Meyers began his 
career in athletic training at Norfolk State University. He 
earned his bachelor's degree in physical education from Old 
Dominion and his master's degree in health care adminis- 
tration from the University of Maryland, University College. 

BRANT BERKSTRESSER 
ASST. TRAINER 

Brant Berkstresser was named an assistant athletic train- 
er for football at the University of Maryland in October of 
1997. Prior to his arrival in College Park, Berkstresser spent 
four years as an assistant trainer at Kansas State where he 
was the head trainer for men's basketball and an assistant 
trainer in football. He was a graduate assistant at Kansas 
State from 1991-93. In the summer of 1990, he interned 
with the New York Jets. 

He earned a bachelor's of science degree in education 
with an emphasis in athletic training from West Virginia in 
1991 and a master's in kinesiology from Kansas State in 
1993. His wife's name is Gretchen. 

STUDENT HEALTH CENTER 

Dr. Sacred Bodison and Dr. Stephen Fahey are the two 
full-time campus health center physicians who specialize in 
sports medicine. Dr. Bodison is the assistant director of 
medical services at the health center and has been involved 
with the care of student-athletes since 1982. Dr. Fahey is an 
emergency physician who is in his ninth year working with 
the Terrapins. Dr. Bodison and Dr. Fahey are available to 
treat student-athletes daily on an as-needed basis in the 
health center. In addition, Dr. Margaret Bridwell serves as 
director of the Student Health Center and is a member of 
the University of Maryland Athletic Council. 



Or. Stephen Fahey 



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Terrapin Club 



Providing Scholarships for Today's Student-Athletes 



What is the Terrapin Club? 

As the scholarship fund-raising arm 
of the athletic department, the Terrapin 
Club is composed of approximately 
4,500 members who contribute 
money annually to help pay the 
scholarship costs of our stu- 
dent-athletes. For many stu- 
dent-athletes, scholarships are 
the only means available to 
continue their education; for 
others, scholarships provide the 
opportunity to compete at the 
highest level of athletic compe- 
tition in America's premier 
conference, the Atlantic Coast 
Conference. 

With nearly 600 student-ath- 
letes, 400 of whom benefit from scholarship sup 
port, the scholarship bill for the coming year is 
approximately $4.5 million. For the fiscal year 
that ended lune 30, 1998, the Terrapin Club 
contributed approximately $2.8 million toward scholarships. 

How Much Should I Contribute? 

As a Terrapin Club member, you can contribute the minimum 
of $125 or any higher amount. Your benefits of membership, 
however, do vary depending on your level and amount of contri- 
bution. The Terrapin Club is composed of seven levels of mem- 
bership, ranging from the Top Terp level, where members con- 
tribute at least $10,000 per year, to the Silver level, where mem- 
bers contribute $125 per year. 

What Benefits Do I Receive for Being a Member? 

Members of the Terrapin Club directly assist the university in 
providing athletic scholarships. In addition, benefits of member- 
ship include priority seating for football and basketball, preferred 
parking, a monthly newsletter, and invitations to receptions and 
Terrapin Club events. Furthermore, you must be a member of the 
Terrapin Club to purchase men's basketball season tickets. 

What Methods of Contributing are Available? 

Direct gifts are the most common way of contributing. They 
are made in the form of cash, stock, checks or credit card ( Visa or 
Mastercard). As a donor, you have the option oi contributing 
once annually or periodically throughout the year. Also, yon can 
now make your contribution via electronic bankdraft, where your 
account will be debited a set amount on the 10th of each month. 

The University oi Maryland Foundation (the depository for 
scholarship money) qualifies lor most charitable matching gift 
programs. Please contact your employer to see if you are eligible 
1 1 i matching gilt program. 

Is My Donation Tax Deductible? 

Since your gilt to the Terrapin Club provides you the right to 
purchase preferred sealing for football and/or basketball, .mi pet 
cent ol the total amount oi your gilt is tax deductible as a chari 




table contribution for income tax pur- 
poses, according to Internal Revenue 
Service code, Section 170(m). 

How is My Seat Location 
Determined? 

Ticket assignments for 
football and basketball and all 
special events (the ACC 
Tournament, bowl games, 
etc.) are based on a point sys- 
tem designed to reward loyal- 
ty and total dollar contribu- 
tions. Terpoints also are 
awarded for consecutive years 
of participation and referrals 
of new members. 

Still Have Questions? 

TM Call the Terrapin Club at (301 ) 314-7020 
'800) 653-7667. 



TERRAPIN CLUB MANAGING BOARD 



Bob Baker 
Lance Billingsley 
Jeff Catling 
Barry Gossett 
Larry Grabenstein 
John Haas 
Carole Harris 
Sara Klompus 
John Lamon 
John Llewellyn 
Hugh Mallon 
loAnn Marcario 
Bob Mitchell 
Keith Neff 
Renaldo Nehemiah 
Debbie Potter 
Dave Raderman 
Erv Raffel 
Kathleen Rosenberger 



Todd Schoenberger 
Cal Steuart 
Kent Swanson 
Cindv Timchal 





Lance Billingsley 
Terrapin Club President 




Craig Brooks 
Director 



Julie Patterson 
Asst. Director 



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Major Gift Fundraising 



Maryland Educational Foundation Major Gifts 



'Endowments for the Future' 

l Ik- primary mission oi the Maryland Educational Foundation 
(Ml 1 i is in provide scholarship endowment funds in support oi the 
University ol Maryland athletic department's annual athletic scholarship 
expenses. By supporting talented, deserving student-athletes, you are 
ensuring that our legacy oi excellence will continue and grow. 

For more than 50 years, the Mil has provided financial support foi 
Maryland athletic s and is an important pan ol the department's gift giv 
ing program, The vision ol the Ml I is to raise enough dollars through 
pi ivate gills in build .m endowment capable ol funding each oi the uni 
versity's intercollegiate teams at the maximum number oi scholarships 
allowed In the N< \ \. 

What is an endowment? An endowment is a gifi in which the princi 
pal is held in perpetuity, with only the income used (in part or whole) foi 
scholarships. The Mil in\ ites you to discuss gifts such as cash, securities, 
real estate, insurance, personal property, lile income, gifts of pooled 
income Hinds, charitable remainder trusts, charitable gift annuities, wills 
and bequests. An endowment gift is truly a dynamic investment in the 
future of Maryland athletics. Contact Greg Manning, executive directoi 
of the MEF, at (301) 314-7020 if you would like more information. 

Maryland Educational Foundation, Inc. 

Chairman Fred Frederick 

Vice-Chairman Barry Gossett 

Secretary/Treasurer Jack Scarbath 
Executive Director Greg Manning 



Board of Governors 

Waldo Burnside 
Jonathan Claiborne 
Reid Crawford 
Dr.John Dennis 
Larry Doll 
Thomas Fields 



Charles Grant 
Carole Harris 
Dr. Palmer Hopkins 
Jack Heise 
Arthur Kramer 
Tommy Marcos 
Matty Mathias 
John McCracken 



Jack Miller 
Wilson Phipps 
Haskell Smith 
Mark Turner 
Robert Weiss 
Wally Whitmore 
Deborah A. Yow 



'Building on a Winning Tradition' 



The continued excellence ol th< 
University ol Maryland athletics pro 
gram will be greatly enhanced by the 
support H receives through pnv ate gilts 
beyond the annual Terrapin ( Hub con 
tributions. ( ash gifts for the improve 
ment ol capital projects truly distin- 
guishes any great institution's athletic 
program, thus guraranteeing a futur 
as rich as its past. A gill oi cash is the 
most critical type oi donation to the 
Major Gifts Development Unit. Our 
goal this yeai is to raise $1.5 million in 
cash to enhance our facilities. Quality 
athletic facilities attract top-notch stu- 
dent-athletes to our university, and 
they attract alumni and friends back to 
campus to enjoy Man land Terrapins 
intercollegiate athletic competition. 

The primary locus of the Major 
Gifts program is to refurbish existing 
facilities and build new ones. We cur 
rentlv have several excellent naming 
opportunities available. It you have an 
interest in a naming opportunity, or in 
making a major gift in support of 
Maryland athletics, please call Greg 
Manning, Cheryl Harrison or Andrew 
Plenn at (301) 314-7020. They will be 
delighted to show you how both the 
donor and Terrapin athletics can bene- 
fit from a major gift to the University oi 
Maryland. 




Andrew Plenn 



THE M CLUB — 'ATHLETES HELPING ATHLETES' 



V 



CLUB 



The M Club was founded in 
1923 by a group of former 
University of Maryland athletes 
led by Dr. H.C. "Curley" Byrd to 
encourage excellence in athletics. 
It is one of the oldest letterwinner 
clubs in the country, with a mem- 
bership of more than 4,000 for- 
mer Maryland varsity athletes. 

The M Club goals are to help 
achieve the very best overall acad- 



emic and athletic program for the 
24 varsity teams; to aid the ath- 
letes in making positive contribu- 
tions to the community; to obtain 
and maintain funds for awards 
and scholarships; and to cultivate 
social contact and good sports- 
manship among the wearers of 
the"M." 

Your membership participa- 
tion, through the payment of 
annual dues, helps build the 
scholarship endowment fund, 
support student-athletes' awards 
and recognition efforts, and will 
enable you to receive the monthly 
athletic department publication 
(Terp Talk) for information about 
current teams and news about 
your former teammates. 

In addition, you will receive 
information about and discounts 
for various M Club activities. 
Many benefits are intangible, 
though, including the satisfaction 




David Diehl 

ot having lettered at a great uni- 
versity and being a part ol a 
unique and exclusive organiza- 
tion. 

University oi Maryland letter- 
winners interested in joining the 
M Club should call David Diehl at 
( 301 ) 3 1 4-5372 or Dotti Warren at 
(301) 314-7020. 

Remember the M Club — 
Athletes Helping Athletes. 



MClub 

Executive Committee 

Bryan Borda, President 
Laura LeMire, President-Elect 
Steve Hayleck, Vice-President 
Marshall Fesche, Treasurer 
Phil Calder, Assistant Treasurer 
John Lamon, 

Executive Committee 
Russell Davis, 

Executive Committee 
Jonathan Claiborne, 

Executive Committee 
Bob Stumpff, 

Executive Committee 
Ralph Lary, Executive Committee 
Jack Heise, Legal Advisor 
David Diehl, Executive Director 



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T 8 A 



Academic Support 



The University of Maryland considers 
intercollegiate athletics an integral part of the 
collegiate experience. Its existence provides an 
opportunity for students, faculty, alumni and 
students to share in the life of intercollegiate 
athletics. 

The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics 
strives to achieve the same standards of excel- 
lence in its athletics program as exist within the 
university's teaching, research and public ser- 
vice programs. The department embraces the 
concept that the student-athlete is first and 
foremost a student, possessing academic abili- 
ties, personal interests and ambitions compa- 
rable to those of the other members of the stu- 
dent body. 

The mission of the Academic Support and 
Career Development Unit, headed by assistant 
athletic director Demetrius Marlowe, is to pro- 
vide quality developmental programs and 
need-based services that will enhance the aca- 
demic progress, facilitate the career develop- 
ment, and encourage the psychosocial growth 
of every student-athlete. 

The recently remodeled Gossett Academic 
Support and Career Development Center for 
Terrapin Student-Athletes, named for long- 
time Terp supporters Barry and Mary Gossett, 
is housed in Cole Field House. It features a 24- 
station computer lab, study table room, tutori- 
al room, and individual offices for five full- 
time counselors, an academic support coordi- 
nator, and two graduate assistants. In addition, 
an additional academic counselor and an aux- 
iliary computer lab are housed in the Gossett 
Football Team House at Byrd Stadium. 

Programs and services offered by the 
Academic Support and Career Development 
Unit include: 

• Prospective student-athlete orientation 

• Academic counseling 

• Academic planning 

• Academic monitoring 

• Academic record keeping 

• Academic, personal, and career 
development enhancement programs 

• Structured study table 

• Tutorial support 

• Computer skills development 

• Peer mentor program 

• ( Career development program 



MAPS Directory 



This directory, produced annually by the 
Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, is 
intended lo assist graduating terrapin student 
athletes as they begin their piotession.il careers. 
Distributed to more than 1,000 corporations 

and businesses around the re;.' prospective 

ers are introduced t" oui graduating 
student athletes with i photograph and 
resume information relative to academic, 
career and personal achievements. 




The University of Maryland athletic department embraces the concept that the student-athlete is first and 
foremost a student. 



Terp Choices 



Terp Choices is a program designed to 
guide student-athletes by orienting, support- 
ing and increasing awareness of the relevant 
issues pertaining to student-athletes in today's 
world. The focus of the program is making 
personal choices and how they may affect an 
entire team, not just a single individual. 
Education and interactive workshops are pre- 
sented to the athletic team and are led by stu- 
dent educators. 

The Mentorship Program 

The Terrapin Career Mentorship program 
involves an alumni-based group of individuals 
who are interested in working with graduating 
student-athletes. The mentors aid students 
through the process of making the transition 
from college to the work world. Attempts are 
made to match the individual student-athlete 
with a mentor from the same field ol interest. 
Mentors are asked to assist the student-athlete 
in preparing the necessary tools to make him 
or her a more competitive job seeker. 

Internship Program 

The Internship Program is ottered every 
spring to student-athletes who have earned 40 
and so credits. I he goal is to secure local sum 
mer internships for all interested student ath 
letes in an appropriate field ol sttuh. 

The Partnership Program 

llu [errapin Partnership Program is made 
up ol a group ol faculty and si, ill members at 
the University ol Maryland who are interested 

in Working with student athletes who have Ills! 

begun the process ol earning a college degree. 
Volunteers are matched with freshmen "i 



sophomore student-athletes so that they can 
develop a primary contact person with whom 
they can share their questions or concerns 
about campus life, home life, and academics. 

Career Information Fairs 

Career Awareness in Academic Support is 
expanding to include a variety of programs 
which will be offered for student-athletes 
throughout the semester. Career awareness will 
be ,\n ongoing process and will include assis- 
tance with resume writing and interview skills. 
The end of the semester will bring a career 
awareness fair which will host a number of 
professionals with whom student-athletes can 
learn about career interests and planning. 
Unlike typical "job fairs," the purpose of this 
program is to allow student-athletes to explore 
multiple career opportunities by speaking 
direct]) to individuals in then chosen area ol 
interest. 



Team Maryland 



ream Maryland is a Jass taught in son 
junction with the campus' ( enter foi Political 

I eldership in which student -athletes are 
exposed to leadership and public speaking 
skills and techniques. The program consists ol 

a group of volunteer student athletes who 

learn about the challenges for children in the 
community b\ speaking to different eletnen 
tary schools about drug abuse and the impor 
tance ol education. 

In conjunction with the campus' ( entei foi 
Political Leadership, participants are taught 
leadership skills and public speaking tech 
niques to use in then school based presents 
tion. In addition to school visits, [earn 
Maryland has hosted visits from local schools 
to oui campus. 



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Academic Support 



Terp Tutors 



Teaching 1 xcellence and Recognizing the 
Potential foi Success targets local elemental - ) 
.iiul middle school students and helps those 
who may be struggling in the disciplines ol 
reading and math. Student athlete volunteers 
\isii local schools and provide free tutoring 
services, ["he program is designed to reach oul 
to the community and help young people 
improve their school skills, self-esteem and 
awareness of the world around them. 



Undergraduate Programs of Study 



Support Staff 



Wo rki ng 
closely with 
members ot 
the Maryland 
football team 
in their acad- 
emic pursuits 
is Heather 
I owe ol the 
A c a d e ill i c 
Support and 
( areer Devel- 
opment Of- 
fice, headed 
by assistant 
athletic director Demetrius Marlowe. I owe, an 
assistant director ot academic support and 
career development, is in her fourth year at 
Maryland. She received a bachelor's degree 
from Syracuse in 1992 and a master's degree in 
college student personnel services from 
Louisville in 1994. 





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DID YOU KNOW? 



• \ total ot 226 Terrapin student-athletes, compris- 
ing 51 percent of the student-athlete population 
ai the Universit) of Maryland, achieved Scholar- 
Athlete status in spring or fall, 1997. To qualify, 
student-athletes must have earned a 3.0 grade 
point average tor one ol the two semesters. 
Nearly inn achieved a 3.0 or better lor both 
semesters. 

• In 1996-97, 143 Maryland student-athletes were 
named to the ACC Honor Roll for achieving a 3.0 
i . I 'A or better for the spring and fall semesters. 

• sixteen of Maryland's 24 varsit) sports achieved 
team grade point averages of 2.5 or better during 
the tall 1997 semester. 

College Football Association Award 
tor Outstanding Graduation Rates 
i or higher)— L988-96 



Public Institution 


Awards 


Virginia 


9 


North < arolina 




Syracuse 


6 


Mississippi State 


5 


Maryland 


4 


Kentucky 


4 



A. JAMES CLARK SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 
Aerospace I ngineering 
Biological Resources I ngineering 
i hemical I ngineering 

( i\ il I ngineering 

I lectt ie.il Engineering 

Engineet ing 

I in iioiiiiieni.il Science and Poliq 

I ire Protection Engineering 

Materials and Nuclear Engineering 

Meeh.ink.il Engineering 

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 
AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

Agricultural Sciences 
Agriculture/Veterinary (combined) 

y.'.i ii ultural and Resource Economics 

Agronomy 

Animal and Avian Sciences 
Biological Resources Engineering 
I [orticulture 
I andscape Architecture 
Natural Resources Management Program 
Nutrition and Food Science 

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE 

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND HUMANITIES 

American Studies 

Art 

Art History and Archeology 

Asian and East European Languages and Cultures 

Chinese 

t lassies 

Dance 

English language and Literature 

I rench Language and Literature 

Germanic Studies 

1 [istoi ) 

Italian Language and Literature 

Japanese 

Jewish Studies 

Linguistics 

Musk 

Philosophy 

Romance Languages 

Russian Area Studies 

Russian Language and Literature 

Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Literature 

Speech Communication 

Theatre 

Women's Studies 

COLLEGE OF BEHAVIORAL 

AND SOCIAL SCIENCES 

Afro-American Studies 

Anthropology 

Criminology and Criminal lustice 

Economics 

Environmental Science and Policy 

Geography 

Government and Politics 

Hearing and Speech Sciences 

Psychology 

Sociology 

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT 

Accounting 

Business/Law 

Finance 

General Business and Management 

Logistics and Transportation 

Management and Organization 

Management Science and Statistics Marketing 

Personnel and Labor Relations 

Production Management 

Transportation, Business and Public Policy 

COLLEGE OF COMPUTER, 
MATHEMATICAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES 

Astronomy 
Computer Science 
Environmental Science and Policy 




( leology 

Mathem.it ics 
Physical S< iences 
Physics 

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 
Earl) Childhood Education 
Elementary Education 

Human Development 
Secondary Education 

Art 

English 

Foreign Language 

Mathematics 

Music 

Science 

Social Studies 

Speech and English 

Theatre and English 
Special Education 

COLLEGE OF HEALTH 

AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE 

Family Studies 
Health Education 
Kinesiology 

COLLEGE OF JOURNALISM 

COLLEGE OF LIFE SCIENCES 

Biochemistry 

Biological Sciences 

Chemistrv 

Entomology 

Environmental Science and Policy 

Microbiology 

Plant Biology 

Zoology 

UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES 

College Park Scholars 
Division of Letters and Sciences 
Individual Studies Program 
Law and Health Professions 

Pre-Dental Hygiene 

Pre-Dentistry 

Pre-Law 

Pre-Medical Technology 

Pre-Medicine 

Pre- Nursing 

Pre-Optometry 

Pre-Osteopathic Medicine 

Pre-Pharmacy 

Pre-Physical Therapy 

Pre-Podiatric Medicine 
University Honors Program 

CAMPUS-WIDE CERTIFICATES 

\merican Studies 
East Asian Studies 
Latin-American Studies 
Science, Technology, and Society 
Women's Studies 



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Distinguished Alumni 




Bonnie Bernstein 



Ronald G. Ames, '69, 

Aerospace Eng. 
Executive vice-president, 
Mutual of Omaha 

William Andrews, '53, 

Real Estate 

Former president, Singer 

Sewing Machine Co. 

William Apollony, '69, 

Sociology 

Senior vice-president, First 

National Bank of Maryland 

Frank Armsworthy, '51, RE. 

Former vice-chairman, 
Saks Fifth Avenue 

Robert Basham '70, 

Bus. Admin. 
Co-founder/COO, 
Outback Steakhouse 

Deane Beman, '61, Bus. Admin. 
Former PGA Tour 
commissioner 

Bonnie Bernstein, '92, 
Journalism 
Reporter, CBS Sports 

Carl Bernstein, '65, 

Arts & Sciences 

Author, Watergate reporter 

Tim Brant, '73, Journalism 
Sportscaster, \B< and 
Jefferson Pilot 

Kenneth Brody, '64, 
i 1 1 trical Eng. 
i ormei chairman, Export- 
Import Bank 



John Brophy, '71, History 
President/CEO, Lockheed 
Martin IMS 

Alan Carey '78, Government 
COO, Frito-Lay, Inc. 

Connie Chung, '69, Journalism 
Correspondent, ABC News 

A. James Clark '50, Civil Eng. 
President, Clark Enterprises 

Robert Cook, '56, Accounting 
Former president, 
Dole Foods 

Edward Crooke, '68, 

Economics 
President/COO, BGE 

Larry David, '69, Bus. Admin. 
Executive producer, Seinfeld 

Frank Davis, '41, 

Arts & Sciences 
Senior executive vice- 
president, Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer 

Mathias DeVito, '54, 
Bus. Admin. 

Chairman emeritus, The 
Rouse Co. 

Michael Dingman, '55, 
Arts & Sciences 
Board of directors, 
Ford Motor Co. 

Christine Edwards, '74, 
Secondary Ed. 
Executive vice-president, 
Morgan Stanley, Dean Witter, 
Discover & Co. 



Len Elmore, '78, English 
Sportscaster, ESPN and 
lefferson-Pilot; 
former NBA player 

Fred Ehrlich, '84, Accounting 
Senior vice-president, 
Sony Music Entertainment 

Boomer Esiason, '84, 

Undergraduate Studies 
Sportscaster, ABC 
Monday Night Football; 
former NFL player 

Jon Franklin, '70, Journalism 
Two-time Pulitzer Prize 
winner 

Robert Fuhrman, '52, 
Mechanical Eng. 
Chairman, Bank of the West 

Fred Funk, '80, Criminology 
Pro golfer 

Edwin Gee, '48, Civil Eng. 
Former chairman, 
International Paper Co. 

Joseph Gildenhorn, '51, 

Bus. Admin 

Former U.S. Ambassador to 

Switzerland 

Roger Hale, '65, History 
CEO, LG&E Energy Corp. 

Jerome Hardy, '39, Bus. Admin 
Former publisher, 
Life magazine 

Herbert Hauptmann, '55, 
Mathematics 
Nobel Prize winner, physics 





Carl Bernstein 



Len Elmore 



JimHenson 



Jane Henson, '55, 

Art Education 
Creator, The Muppets 

Jim Henson, '60, 

Home Economics 
Creater, The Muppets 

Donald Himelfarb, '67, 

History 

President, Thrifty Rent-A- 

Car System 

Steny Hoyer, '63, 

Political Science 
Congressman, 
Maryland's 5th district 

Harry Hughes, '49, 
Bus. Admin. 
Former governor ot 
Maryland 

Stan Jones, '56, Education 
NFL Hall of lame inductee, 
'91 

Harold Kahn, '70, MBA 

( h.iirm.in CEO, MaCy's last 

Gayle King, '76, Psychology 
Host, The Gayle King Show 

Jeffrey Kluger, 76, Gov./Politics 
Author, \pollo /.* 

Irene Knox, '34, Education 
U.S. i )lympian 

Allen Krowe, '54, 

Accounting 1 conomics 
Former vice-chairman, 
rexaco 

John Lauer, '63,( hemical I ng. 
Formei president, 
B.I . ( loodrich 



186 



Distinguished Alumni 



George Laurer, '51, 
Electrical Eng. 
Inventor, I faiversal Price 

Code 

Samuel I eFrak, "40, 
Bus. Admin. 
( chairman, The I efrak 
Organization 

William Longbrake, '76, 

I inance 

CIO, Washington Mutual 

Barbara Lucas, '67, 
< lov./Politics 

Vice president, public affairs, 
Black & Decker 

|ohn Lucas, '76, Bus. Admin. 
Former NBA player and 

head coach 

Marvin Mandel, '39, Arts/ Law 
Former governor of 
Maryland 

Odonna Mathews, '72, 
Nutrition 
Vice-president, Giant Food 

William Mayer, '66, 
Bus. Admin. 
Former CEO, First Boston 

Mark McEwen, '76, 

Radio/TWFilm 

Co- anchor, 

( IBS This Morning 

Tom McMillen, '74, Chemistry 
Former co-chairman, 
President's Council on 
Physical Fitness 





Judith Resnick 



Mark Meagher, '54, 

Bus. Admin. 

CFO.BKB Pharmaceuticals 

Mike Miller, '64, Economics 
President, Maryland Senate 

Paul Mullan, '68, Marketing 
Chairman, Wham-O 

Renaldo Nehemiah, '81, 

Radio/TV/Film 

U.S. Track & Field Hall of 

Fame inductee, 1997 

lay Nussbaum, '66, Journalism 

Senior vice-president, Oracle 

Preston Padden, '70, 
Economics 

President, ABC Television 
Network 

Robert Pincus, '68, Bus. 
Admin. 

President/CEO, Franklin 
National Bank 

lesus Rangel, '78, Journalism 
Vice president, corporate 
relations, Anheuser-Busch 

Robert Ratliff, '58, 

Industrial Education 
CEO, Massey- Ferguson 
tractors 

Peter Redding, '60, FJistoi j 
President/CEO, 
Standard Register Co. 

Judith Resnick, '77, 
Electrical Eng. 

Second woman in space; died 
in '86 Challenger explosion 



GeneShue 



Robert Roath, '68, 

Accounting/ Economics 
Former senior vice-president, 
RJR Nabisco 

Jimmy Roberts, '79, 

Radio/TWFilm 
Reporter, ESPN 

Pernell Roberts, '52, 
Arts & Sciences 
Actor 

Harvey Sanders, '72, 
lournalism 

Chairman/CEO, 
Nautica Enterprises 

Charles Schultze, '60, 

Economies 

Former chairman of the 
President's Council of 
Economic Advisors 

Ben Scotti, '59, Arts & Sciences 
Syndicator, Baywatch series 

Tony Scotti, '61, Arts & 
Sciences 
Syndicator, Baywatch series 

Arnold Seigel, '44, 

Mechanical Eng. 
Conceived and built first 
arena large-screen TV system 

Gene Shue, '54, Bus. Admin. 
Former NBA player, coach, 
general manager 

David Simon, '83, 

Undergraduate Studies 
Created TV series Homicide 



Harry Smith, '49, 

Ele< 1 1 ical Lug. 

Inventor, pulse dopplei i adai 

Robert II. Smith, '50, 

inting 
I >eveloper of ( Crystal City 

complex 

Ed Snider, '55, Accounting 
Former owner, 
Philadelphia Flyers 

Michael Stein, '71, Accounting 
I irei utive \ ii e president/ 
CFO, Marriotl International 

Bert Sugar, '57, Bus. Admin. 
Publisher, Boxing Illustrated 

Jean Krips Tobin, '79, M BA 
Executive vice-president, 
Key Corp. 

Oliver Travers, '49, Accounting 
Former CEO of Sunbeam 
and Oster 

Leo Van Munching, '50, 
Marketing/Bus. Admin. 
Headed one of America's top 

import companies 

Pam Ward, '84, Radio/TWFilm 
Co-anchor, ESPN and ESPN2 

Chris Weller, '66, PE. 
Head coach, University of 

Maryland women's basketball 

Randy White, '74, RE. 

NFL Hall of Fame inductee, 
'94 

Dianne Wiest, '69, 

Arts & Sciences 
Two-time Acadenn Award 
winner 

Charles "Buck" Williams, '82, 

NBA player 

Gary Williams, '68, Marketing 
Head coach, University of 
Maryland men's basketball 



Mark McEwen 



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Byrd Stadium 




HomeoftheTerps 



Byrd Stadium has been home 
to national championship football 
and men's and women's lacrosse 
teams, and to more than 50 ACC 
track and field champions. It host- 
ed the Queen of England at a foot- 
ball game, and was the stage where 
the greatest high hurdler in histo- 
ry, Renaldo Nehemiah, performed 
his amazing feats. It also has been 
a regular site for the NCAA men's 
lacrosse Final Four, where several 
attendance records have been 
shattered. 

Byrd Stadium — it's the first- 
class home of the Maryland 
Terrapins. 

Situated at the foot of the cam- 
pus' North Hill, the stadium is 
named for Dr. H.C. Byrd, a multi- 
sport athlete as an undergraduate 
who later became head football 
coach and eventually served as 
university president. His vision 
gave University of Maryland pre- 
eminence among Eastern campus 
sports facilities for decades and 
the impetus for the Terrapins to 
win more ACC championships 
than any league school. 

Since opening on Sept. 30, 
1950, when Maryland defeated 
Navy 35-2 1 in the dedication game 
before a school-record crowd of 
43,386 fans, Byrd has undergone a 
number of major facelifts, three of 
which occurred in the 1990s and 
have resulted in its present form. 
The first came shortly after the 



The construction of Tyser Tower 
(above) was one of the major refur- 
bishments this decade to 48,055-seat 
Byrd Stadium (right). 

1990 home season, when the Tyser 
Tower press box — a fantastic 
five-tier, 90-foot high, 160-foot 
long structure — was built on the 
stadium's south rim. Tyser Tower 
accommodates 300 exterior luxu- 
ry suites, a hospitality suite with 
theater-style seating, a spacious 
working press area, television and 
radio booths, and a photo deck. 

Construction has been com- 
pleted on a beautiful new football 
complex - - since named the 
Gossett Football Team House — 




p*X 



I* siKiSsaggmasiimpggQiggg 

BYRD STADIUM 






51 




Tyser Tower, shown here from the front, features a spacious press box and a 
hospitality suite with theater-style seating. 



just beyond the east end zone. 
This $7 million building houses 
football coaching offices and 
meeting areas, academic comput- 
er lab, locker rooms, weight facili- 
ty, and a medical support area. A 
bronze Terrapin sits in front of the 
team house, its installation com 
ing in 1992 as part of the celebra- 
tion ^t the 100th year of football 
at the university, following the 

1994 campaign, Byrd's seating 

capacity tn< reased by more than 

1,000 to its current level of 

i 055 when a massive upper deck 
was added on the stadium's north 

side. The cosl lor the latest reno 
vation exceeded s 15 million. 



The refurbishing of Byrd 
iik hided new restrooms, bleach 
ers and the stadium's first formal 
entranceway off of Field House 
I )rive. I he ( .ossett football Team 
House, Tvser Tower, concession 
si. iiuls, rest rooms and stadium 
portals, designed by H.O.K. 
Architects ot Kansas i it\, are 
enclosed in sand-molded brick 
that matches the Williamsburg 
Style buck used on most oi 
Maryland's 335 buildings. The 
brick gives the contemporar) 
architecture a timeless veneer and 
unit) with the university 's tradi 
tional ( leorgian look. 



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Byrd Stadium 




Byrd's capacity increased by 12,0i 
the stadium's north side. 



addition of an upper deck on 



Byrd Stadium Highlights 



1950 



L953 

1955 



1974 



TOP BYRD STADIUM CROWDS 



58,973 Penn State (Nov. 1,1975) 

54,715 West Virginia (Sept. 17, 1983) 

54,412 Alabama (Sept. 14, 1974) 

52,348 Penn State (Oct. 6, 1979) 

51,750 Clemson (Nov. 13, 1982) 

51,376 Clemson (Nov. 18, 1978) 

51,200 North Carolina (Oct. 29, 1983) 



1975 
1983 
1985 

1990 

1994 
1995 



Byrd Stadium is constructed at a cost of SI million. The original 
capacity was 34,680, but could be boosted to more than 50,000 
with temporary bleachers around the rim of the stadium. 
Byrd is home to the national champion Terrapin football team. 
In a game billed as the "Best of the East" vs. the 'Best of the 
West," Maryland defeated No. 1 -ranked I '( I A 7-0. Historians 
called that game one of the greatest of the decade. 
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip visited while former Terp 
head coach lim Tatum returned to the scene of his greatest 
coaching triumphs. The Terps went on to upset North Carolina 
in what then head coach Tommy Mont later called his finest 
moment as coach. 

The legendary Bear Bryant returned to College Park with his 
third-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide on Sept. 14. Temporary 
bleachers were installed for only the second time in stadium 
history to accommodate 54,412 tans, then the largest crowd 
ever at Byrd. Later in the season, on Oct. 1 1 , the second-largest 
crowd (49,674) in Byrd history watched the 15th-ranked Terps 
defeat I7th-ranked NC State 20-10. 

The Byrd Stadium attendance record of 58,973 was set when 
14th-ranked Maryland hosted ninth-ranked Penn State. 
Byrd Stadium played host to its second-largest crowd, 54,715, 
as the 17th-ranked Terps met West Virginia. 
The Terps, ranked No. 1 in the preseason by Sport magazine, 
set the all-time school home attendance record, averaging 
5 1 ,546 for six home games. 

Construction began following the last home tootball game of 
the season on what was the first major athletic construction on 
campus in 35 years. The Byrd Stadium refurbishment was the 
fust of its kind to be done without the supervision of Curley 
Byrd. 

Following the end of the football season, renovations contin- 
ued with the addition of an upper deck. 
Seating capacity is 48,055 — an increase of 1 2,000 — following 
the completion of the upper deck on the stadium's north side. 
As needed, bleachers can increase the seating capacity to 62,000. 



189 



Gossett Football Team House 



Whether they are taking advantage of 
the academic computer lab, spacious 
weight room, or state-of-the-art sports 
medicine area, football players at the 
University of Maryland are provided the 
finest in facilities at the Gossett Football 
Team House. 

Located at the east end of Byrd 
Stadium, the 46,000-square foot building 
is an all-purpose complex that combines 
football function with imaginative 
design. Truly the "home" of the football 
Terps, the $7 million Gossett Football 
Team House features a first-class locker 
room, coaching offices, multiple meeting 
rooms, a strength and conditioning cen- 
ter, computer lab, medical facilities, 
audio-visual center, and equipment areas. 




It was designed by the same firm (H.O.K. 
of Kansas City) that has performed the 
architectural work on some of America's 
premier collegiate and professional sports 
facilities. 

Upon entering the main doors, stu- 
dent-athletes and visitors alike are greeted 
by an impressive reception area highlight- 
ing some of the great players and great 
moments in Maryland's storied football 
history. Nearby are coaching offices that 
overlook Byrd Stadium through oversized 
windows, as well as multiple meeting 
areas and conference rooms. A Terrapin 
Terrace, which surrounds the second- 
floor offices, is available for outdoor func- 
tions. 

On the lower level, student-athletes 
make their strength and conditioning 
home in the 7,000-square-foot strength 
center under skylights that reveal more 
than 12 tons of workout machinery. The 
spacious dressing area features a double 
ocker and footlocker for every player. 
The layout of the ground floor allows easy 
access to the many amenities the building 
has to offer. The locker rooms, which 
house a sauna and shower facilities, are 
less than 100 feet away from the second- 
floor conference areas. The nine confer- 
ence areas are interconnecting and feature 
the latest in audio-visual equipment, 
some of which is available in only a hand- 
ful of NCAA football programs. 



190 



Gossett Football Team House 



As ,m integral pai I of the Byrd Stadium 
complex, the Gossett Football Team 
I [ouse is situated in the middle of campus 
and is within walking distance <>l dorms 
and dining areas. Hoth the practice fields 
and Byrd Stadium field are immediately 
outside the locker room door, or nearby. 
The steps leading down to the complex's 
front door face Cole Field House and the 
home of Maryland's outstanding acade 
mic support unit. 

1 ach phase of the building — from the 
3,300 square foot medical and hydrother- 
apy rooms, to strength center, to office 
suites — was designed to teach and sup- 
port football excellence. 

The building is named for Barry and 
Mary Gossett, long time Terrapin sup- 
porters who have given generously to the 
athletic and academic programs at the 
University of Maryland. 





191 



O O T B A L L 



Strength and Conditioning 



In the highly competitive col- 
legiate football world of the '90s, 
the oft-field preparation of the 
student-athlete is a critical com- 
ponent to the on-field success of 
any Division I program. Dwight 
Gait, Maryland's director of 
strength and conditioning, 
believes strongly that a solid off- 
field training program can dra- 
matically improve levels of perfor- 
mance, as well as significantly 
reduce the chance of injury. The 
benefit of performing structured 
strength and power training 
throughout the entire year has 
allowed the Terps to reach new 
levels in physical development. 

At the University of Maryland, 
the maximal development of ath- 
leticism is the primary goal of the 
strength and conditioning pro- 
gram. To accomplish this requires 
more than just strength and 
power training in the weight 
room. Speed improvement, agili- 
ty, flexibility, conditioning, plyo- 
metrics, and nutrition also play 
critical roles. The Terps' strength 
staff places substantial emphasis 





Members of the Maryland football program follow a structured year-round weight training program. 

The Terrapins' state-of-the-art weight 
training facility, conveniently located in 
the Gossett Football Team House, features 
more than 1 2 tons of weights. 




The weight training facility in the Gossett Football Team House is more than 
7,000 square feet in size. 



Maryland's strength and conditioning staff makes every effort to accommo- 
date the individual training needs of each member of the Terps football team. 



192 



Strength and Conditioning 




Members of the Maryland football team (below) enjoy first-class athletic facilities, including the Terps' well-equipped weight room in the Gossett Football Team 
House. 




on all these areas, with special 
attention on the improvement of 
speed potential. Gait and his staff 
employ a wide range of state-of- 
the-art training methods to assist 
in enhancing all aspects of speed 
development. 

The Terrapins are fortunate to 
train in one of the premier weight 
training facilities in the United 
states. Conveniently located in the 
( tossett Football Team House, this 
facility has excellent aesthetic 
appeal, with two magnificent sky- 
lights and large windows over- 
looking the playing field at Byrd 
Stadium. The Terps' spacious 
weight room includes 7,200 
square feet of functional floor 
space, with two elevated offices 
that are easily accessible to the 
training floor. 

Maryland football players 
train with some of the best equip- 
ment available, including 20,000 
pounds of customized York free 
weights, seven pieces of Reiser 



progressive air resistance 

machines, and a lull line of Ham- 
mer strength equipment. The 
weight complex also features 
immense, self-contained power 
rack stations, Olympic lifting plat- 
forms with Eleiko bumper plates, 
and 10 upper bod\ pressing sta- 
tions. 

A meaningful goal of ever) 
Terrapin football player is 
achievement of the prestigious 
"Iron Terp" award, which is recog- 
nized twice year to those team 
members who achieve extremely 
challenging strength goals, based 
on body weight. It is a great honor 
and matter of pride to earn an 
"Iron Terp" award, and the Terps 
must "train to win" to accomplish 
this! 



193 



Atlantic Coast Conference 



Consistency. It's the mark of true excellence in 
any endeavor. 

However, in today's intercollegiate athletics, 
competition has become so balanced and so com- 
petitive that it is virtually impossible to maintain 
a high level of consistency. 

Yet the Atlantic Coast Conference has defied 
the odds. Now in its 46th year of competition, the 
A( ( has long enjoyed the reputation as one of the 
strongest and most competitive intercollegiate 
conferences in the nation. And that is not mere 
conjecture, the numbers support it. 

Since the league's inception in 1953, ACC 
schools have captured 62 NCAA and AIAW 
championships, including 27 in men's competi- 
tion and 35 in women's. In addition, 100 men and 
24 women have earned the coveted title of NCAA 
champion. 

The University of Maryland and the ACC had 
m immediate impact on the national college 
football scene in the fall of 1953 when the Terps 
captured the first of what would eventually be 
four national football titles for the conference. 

The ACC is one oi only two conferences to 
capture three or more national football titles since 
1980. Clemson laid claim to the league's second 
national title in 1981, Georgia Tech followed suit 
in 1990, while Florida State pocketed national 
title No. 4 in 1994. 

I he nine schools that take to the field this fall 
under the A< A banner have produced 334 first or 
second team gridiron All-Americans and 50 first 
team Academic All-Americans. ACC teams have 
had 1,387 players selected in the annual profes- 
sional football draft, including 97 first round 
selections. A year ago, 154 players from the nine 
current ACC schools played in the NFL during 
the regular season or playoffs. 

If success is best measured in terms of wins 
and losses, then the ACC over the years has 
proved itself to be among the elite in Division I-A 
football. The ACC is the nation's second win- 
ningest bowl conference as the nine current 
league teams are a combined 79-67-5 1.5401 in 
postseason play, including a 22-16-1 mark since 
1987. Over the past eight years, the ACC is the 
onl) conference m the country to have each of its 
schools play in a bowl game. 

1 leorgia Tech and Florida State rank among 
the nation's winningest bowl teams. Among trains 
with 20 or more bowl appearances, the Yellow 
Jackets are No. I with a 18-8 (.692) postseason 
record while the Seminoles are third al 16-8-2 
1.034). 

In the decade « . t the 1990s, ACC teams have 

posted the nation's second best nun conference 

record. Including both postseason and tegular 
season games, the A< i is 176 ''2 4 (.654) vs. non- 
league Iocs since 1990. 

Ovei the past two years, the ACC lias had 
Mini, lust round picks (151 in the annual M I 
draft than any other conference. I he si i is sec 
ond to the ACC with 14 first round picks, lol 
i) the Big 12 (8) and the big I asl 
In 199 ■ i had 16 players earn first, sec 

third team All America honors. The 
ied with the Big 12 for the most consensus 
Ml Americans with six each. Ovei the past two 
years, the ACC has produced 10 consensus All 
Americans from lour different schools. 




Commissioner John Swofford 



The Schools 



Clemson — Charter member of the 5IAA in 1894, 

charter member of the SC in 1921, charter member of 

the ACC in 1953. 

Duke — Joined the SC in December, 1928; charter 

member of the ACC in 1953. 

Florida State — Charter member of the Dixie 

Conference in 1948, joined the Metro Conference in 

July, 1 976; joined the ACC Sept. 1 5, 1 990. 

Georgia Tech — Charter member of the SIAA in 

1894, charter member of SC in 1921, charter member 

of the SEC in 1932, joined the ACC in July, 1979. 

Maryland — Charter member of the SC in 1921, 

charter member of the ACC in 1953. 

North Carolina — Charter member of the SIAA in 

1894, charter member of the SC in 1921, charter 

member of the ACC in 1953. 

NC State — Charter member of the SC in 1921, 

charter member of the ACC in 1953. 

Virginia — Charter member of the SIAA in 1894, 

charter member of the SC in 1921, resigned from SC 

in December 1936, joined the ACC in December, 1953. 

Wake Forest - Joined the SC in February 1936, 

charter member of the ACC in 1953. 



1997-98 IN REVIEW 



The 1997-98 academic year concluded with 
the league pocketing three more national team 
titles and six individual NCAA crowns. In all, the 
ACC has won 29 national team titles the last seven 
years. 

The ACC's 1997-98 national champions were 
Maryland in women's lacrosse and North Caroli- 
na in women's soccer and field hockey. In addi- 
tion, the ACC had two other teams participate in 
national title games — Florida State in football 
and Maryland in men's lacrosse. Overall, ACC 
teams posted a 77-5S ( .570) mark in NCAA Tour- 
nament play. 

The ACC placed at least one team in the top 10 
nationally in 19 of the 24 sports sponsored by the 
league. Other records of note during the 1997-98 
season include 85 teams competing at NCAA 
Championships, tour bowl teams and 19 top 10 
showings. 

Eight ACC teams, in six different sports, rep- 
resenting five of the nine member institutions, 
earned a No. 1 ranking during the course of the 
past academic year. 

The ACC Academic Honor Roll record was 
broken for the 11th straight year in 1996-97 as 
1,410 student-athletes were recognized for their 
work in the classroom. 



THE CHAMPIONSHIPS 



The conference conducted championship 
competition in 24 sports during the 1997-98 aca- 
demic year — 12 for men and 12 for women. 

The 12 sports for men include football, cross 
country, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor and 
outdoor track, wrestling, baseball, tennis, golf and 
lacrosse. Women's sports were initiated in 1977. 
i onference championships for women are cur- 
rently conducted in cross country, volleyball, field 
hockey, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor and 
outdoor track, tennis, golf, lacrosse and Softball. 



A HISTORY 



The Atlantic (oast Conference was founded 
on May 8, 1953 at the Sedgeticld Inn nc.ii Greens 
boro, N.C., with sewn thai lei members — Mary 
land, Clemson, Duke, North Carolina, North I ,u 
olina State, South Carolina and Wake Foresl 
drawing up the conference bylaws. 

The withdrawal of sewn schools from the 
Southern Conference same early on the morning 
oi Ma) s, 1953, during the Southern Conference's 
annual spring meeting. On lune 14, 1953, the 
sewn members met in Raleigh, N.C., where a set 
ol bylaws was adopted and the name became offi- 

ciall) the Atlantic Coast Conference. 

On Dec. 4. 1953, conference officials again 
met at Sedgefield and officially admitted the Cm 
wrsitv of Virginia rhe first, and only, w itlidi.iw.il 
of a school from the ACC came on Jun< >0 19 
when the Universit) oi South I arolina tendered 

its resignation. 

I he confer i tted v> nh seven members 
until Vpril I /hen Georgia Tech was admil 

ted. The Atlanta school withdrew from the South 
eastei n ( onference in lanuai j ol 196 l 

I he A' i expanded to nine members on lul\ 

I, 1991, with the addition ol Florida State. 



194 



Atlantic Coast Conference 



1998 ACC Composite Schedule 



SATURDAY, AUG. 29 
Florida State vs. Texas A&M 
(Pigskin i lassie) 

THURSDAY, SEPT. 3 
Virginia at Auburn 

SATURDAY, SEPT. 5 
fames Madison at Maryland 
Furman at c llemson 
Western ( Carolina ,u Duke 
Boston College .11 Georgia lech 
Miami (O.) .it North Carolina 
olno .it NC State 
Wake lores! at Air Force 

SATURDAY, SEPT. 12 
Maryland at Virginia 

Virginia Tech at Clemson 

Duke at Northwestern 

Honda State at NC State 

New Mexico State at Georgia Tech 

Navy at Wake Forest 

SATURDAY, SEPT. 19 
Maryland at West Virginia 
Clemson at Virginia 
Duke at Florida State 
North Carolina at Stanford 
N( State at Baylor 

SATURDAY, SEPT. 26 

Temple at Maryland 
Wake Forest at Clemson 
Virginia at Puke 
USC at Florida State- 
Georgia Tech at North Carolina 

THURSDAY, OCT. 1 
Syracuse at NC State 

SATURDAY, OCT. 3 

Florida State at Maryland 
Clemson at North Carolina 
Duke at Georgia Tech 
San lose State at Virginia 
Appalachian State at Wake Forest 



ACC 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 




if # vi 

mh MM 




SATURDAY, OCT. 10 

Maryland at Clemson 
Duke at Wake Forest 
Florida State at Miami 
Georgia Tech at NC State- 
Pittsburgh at North Carolina 



SATURDAY, OCT. 17 

Wake I oivst at Maryland 
< lemsi hi at I lorida state 
Duke at NC State- 
Virginia at < leorgia Tech 

SATURDAY, OCT. 24 

( )lemson at I >uke 

Florida state .it Georgia Tech 

North Carolina at Wake Forest 

NC State at Virginia 

SATURDAY, OCT. 31 

NC State at Clemson 

Duke at Vanderbilt 

North Carolina at Florida State 

Georgia Tech at Maryland ( Baltimore) 

Virginia at Wake Forest 

SATURDAY, NOV. 7 

Maryland at North Carolina 
Virginia at Florida State 
Wake Forest at NC State 

THURSDAY, NOV. 12 

( leorgia 'Tech at ( llemson 

SATURDAY, NOV. 14 

Maryland at Duke 

Florida State at Wake Forest 

North Carolina at Virginia 

SATURDAY, NOV. 21 

NC State at Maryland 
South Carolina at Clemson 
North Carolina at Duke 
Florida at Florida State 
Wake Forest at Georgia Tech 

SATURDAY, NOV. 28 

Georgia Tech at Georgia 
Virginia at Virginia Tech 
N< State vs. North Carolina 
(Charlotte) 



195 



Bowl Championship Series 



Starting with the 1999 college football 
bowl season, the Bowl Championship 
Series (BCS) will determine the national 
championship. 

The BCS will consist of the Rose Bowl, 
Sugar Bowl, Orange Bowl, and the Fiesta 
Bowl. The conferences with automatic 
berths include the Atlantic Coast, Big East, 
Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-10 and Southeastern. 

The Bowl Championship Series differs 
from the original Bowl Alliance in that, for 
the first time, it will guarantee a matchup 
between college football's top two teams 
in a true national championship game. 

Any Division I-A independent team or 
champion of the Western Athletic Confer- 
ence or Conference USA which is ranked 
sixth or higher in the BCS standings will 
also be eligible for the Bowl Champi- 
onship Series. 

Otherwise, any Division I-A team can 
qualify for the BCS if they meet one of the 
following requirements: 

• Has won at least eight college football 
games during the most recently con- 
cluded regular season excluding victo- 
ries in exempted games. 

• Is ranked among the top 12 teams in the 
BCS final regular season standings. 

• Is ranked in the final BCS regular season 
standings no lower than the lowest 




Bowl Championship Series 

2000 Bowl Season 

Jan. 1 (5 p.m.) Rose Bowl 

Jan. 1 (8:30 p.m.) Orange Bowl 

Jan. 2 (8 p.m.) Fiesta Bowl 

Jan. 3 (8 p.m.) Sugar Bowl 

National Championship 

2001 Bowl Season 

Jan. 1 (5 p.m.) Rose Bowl 

Jan. 1 (8:30 p.m.) Fiesta Bowl 

Jan. 2 (8 p.m.) Sugar Bowl 

Jan. 3 (8 p.m.) Orange Bowl 

National Championship 

2002 Bowl Season 

Jan. 1 (5 p.m.) Fiesta Bowl 

Jan. 1 (8:30 p.m.) Sugar Bowl 

Jan. 2 (8 p.m.) Orange Bowl 

Jan. 3 (8 p.m.) Rose Bowl 

National Championship 



ranked team selected by a bowl from the 
conference champions. 

During the 1999 bowl season, the Fies- 
ta Bowl will host the national champi- 
onship contest. The game will be played 
on Jan. 4 at 8 p.m. ET in Tempe, Ariz. The 
Fiesta Bowl shall select the top two teams 
ranked in the BCS final regular season 
standings. 

The BCS will also mark the return of 
regional consideration regarding team 
selection. Specifically, as a member of the 
BCS, the Rose Bowl will host the Big Ten 
and Pac-10 champions in those years in 
which either the Rose Bowl does not have 
the national championship game or the 
Big Ten and Pac-10 champion is not 
ranked No. 1 or No. 2. Other "regional 
consideration" tie-ins include the SEC 
champion in the Sugar Bowl, the ACC or 
Big East champion in the Orange Bowl, 
and the Big 12 champion in the Fiesta 
Bowl. 

Other BCS bowl games during the 
1999 bowl season include the Orange 
Bowl on Jan. 2 at 8 p.m. ET, the Sugar 
Bowl on Jan. 1 at 8:30 p.m. ET and the 
Rose Bowl on Jan. 1 at 5 p.m. ET. 

ABC-TV has the broadcast rights to 
each of the four bowl games during the 
four-year contract. 



1998 COLLEGE FOOTBALL BOWL LINEUP 



Bowl 




Date 


TV 


Local Time 


Las Vegas 




Dec. 19 


ESPN 


3 p.m. PT 


Ford Motor City 




Dec. 23 


ESPN2 


8 p.m. ET 


Jeep Aloha 




Dec. 25 


ABC 


10:30 a.m. HT 


Mele Kalikimaka 




Dec. 25 


ESPN 


3:30 p.m. HT 


Insight.com 




Dec. 26 


ESPN 


5 p.m. MT 


Sunshine Classic 




Dec. 29 


TBS 


7:30 p.m. ET 


Music City 




Dec. 29 


ESPN 


4 p.m. CT 


Builders Square Alamo 


Dec. 29 


ESPN 


7:30 p.m. CT 


Culligan Holiday 




Dec. 30 


ESPN 


5 p.m. PT 


Humanitarian 




Dec. 30 


ESPN2 


2 p.m. MT 


Sanford Independence 


1 )ec. 3 1 


ESPN 


7:30 p.m. CT 


AXA/Equitable Lih 


erty 


Dec. 3 1 


ESPN 


12:30 p.m. CT 


Chick fil-A Peach 




Dec. 31 


ESPN 


5 p.m. ET 


Norwest Sun 




Dee. 31 


CBS 


12p.m.MT 


Southwestern Bell Cotton 


Jan. 1 


FOX 


12:30 p.m. CT 


CompUSA Florida 


Citrus 


Jan. 1 


ABC 


1 p.m. ET 


[byota Gator 




Ian. 1 


NBC 


12:311 p.m. 1 1 


Outback 




Jan. 1 


ESPN 


1 1 a.m. ET 


Rose 




Jan. 1 


ABC 


2 p.m. PT 


Nokia Sugar 




Jan. 1 


ABC 


7:3(1 p.m. CT 


FedEx Orange 




Ian. 2 


AB( 


S p.m. ET 


Tostitos Fiesta 




fan. I 


ABC 


d p.m. Ml 



Participants 

WAC #2 or #3 vs. At-Large 

MAC Champion vs. At-Large 

Pac-10 #4 vs. At-Large 

WAC #2 or #3 vs. Pac-10 #5 

Big East #3 vs. Big 12 #5 

ACC #4 vs. Big Ten #6 

SEC vs. At-Large 

Big 1 2 *4 vs. Big Ten #4 

WAC =1 or Pac-10 *2 vs. Big 12 #3 

Big West « 1 vs. At-Large 

SEC vs. At-Large 

Conference I'SA #1 vs. SEC 

ACC «3 vs. SEC #4 

Pac-10 #3 vs. Big Ten #5 

WAC #1 or Pac-10 «2 vs. Big 12 #2 

SEC ~2 vs. Big Ten #2 

ACC #2 vs. Big East =1 

Mi #3 vs. Big Ten #3 

Bowl ( Ihampionship Set ies 

Howl i hampionship Sei [es 

Bow 1 1 hampionship Series 

Bowl t hampionship Series 

National ( hampionship i lame 



196 



Terrapin Athletic Review 



Maryland Enjoys Broad-Based Success in 1997-98 



University ol Maryland had plenty oJ rea 
sun to celebrate when ii came to intercollegiate 
ithletics in 1997 98, as the Terrapins posted 
heir highest finish evei (No. 19) in the nation- 
il Sears I Erectors' < up all sports ranking. 

A brief glimpse al the Terps' year in review: 

Baseball 

Sen toi Brian Agamennone became Maryland's all 

time leader in strikeouts I ' I 

Agamennone drafted in the 20th round by the 

Montreal l xpos 

rerps went 18 12 during second half of season 

26 \ i< I'M ies most since 1 99 ' 

Mens Basketball 
Reached "Sweel Sixteen" ol Nv AA rournameni foi 
third time in five years 

( >nrj school to defeat two No. I seeds during the 
regular season 

Posted a record of 21 11 while plaj ing the nation's 
toughest schedule 

funior 1 aron Profii named honorable mention All 
Anii'i ica 

Defeated No. I ranked North Carolina in national!} 
tele\ tsed game 
Earned 30 points toward the Sears I Erectors' ( up 

Women's Basketball 
Rea< hed the V X tournament semifinals by 
defeating ninth-ranked N( ! state in the quarterfinals 

Defeated three ranked teams during the season (NC 

state. North Carolina, Duke) 

ream's 199 ' 98 schedule was rate J No. 3 nationally 

h\ RPI 

Soma < h.ise signed with \\ NBA at conclusion ol 

season 

Men's Cross Country 
! inished L4th at the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional 
senior Ed I Eogan named A< * Pet former ol the Week 

Women's Cross Country 

[■unshed 17th at the N< AA Mid-Adantic Regional 
Freshman I isa 1 >e< irechie finished seventh at the 
1 1 A( ( hampionships 

Field Hockey 
advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals and finished 
with an 18-4 record 

Posted an 1 1 th consecutive winning .season 
1 ive players earned All-America honors, including 
fust team selections Christine DeBow and Lynsey 
Mc\ icker 

Carta Tagliente named ACC Rookie of the Year 
Earned 20 points toward the Sears Directors' Cup 

Football 
Linebackers Kendall Ogle and Erie Barton finished 2- 
3 in ACC tackle race 

Defensive end Eric Ogbogu, the South team defensive 
MVP at the Hula Bowl, selected in the sixth round of 
the NFL draft 

Running back LaMont [ordan rewrote most maim 
Maryland freshman rushing records 

Golf 
Posted first-place I Pepsi Intercollegiate Classic I, 
second-place iWofford Invitational and third-place 
(Cleveland Golf Augusta College Invitational) 
finishes 

Gymnastics 

" Posted 22- IS overall record .\nd advanced to NCAA 
Southeast Regional 

• senior Megvn Byrnes tied Maryland's all-time high 
on the beam (9.85) and bars u 875 

• Senior Stacy Breidenbach was named EAGL Scholar- 
Athlete of the Year 

• Earned 20 points toward the Sears Directors' ( up 





Sascha Newmarch helped lead the Terps' women's 
lacrosse team to an unprecedented fourth consec- 
utive NCAA crown in 1998. 



Men's Lacrosse 

• Reached the N< A \ championship game for thud 
time m last tour seasons 

■ Won a school-record 14 games on the way to 
capturing an ACC title 

• Won the ACC Tournament championship 

■ 1 lick Edell named ACC Coach of the Year 

• Goalie Kevin Healy named ACC Player of the Year 

• Seven players earned All-America recognition 

• Earned 80 points toward the Sears Directors' ' up 

Women's Lacrosse 

• ( aptured an unprecedented fourth consecutive 
Nt AA championship 

• Posted an overall record oi 18-3 

■ Senior Cathy Nelson named MVP of the NCAA 
Tournamenl 

• Nelson .\\n\ Sascha Newmarch named first team All- 
Americans 

• Newmarch named national Player of the Year by 
College Lacrosse US \ 

• Cindy Timchal recorded her 200th career coaching 
victor) 

• Famed 100 points toward the Sears Directors' ( up 

Softball 

• Registered 28 victories, second most in school history 

• Freshman Holly Meehan named to the ACC all- 
tournament team 

• Gina LaMandre recorded her 100th career coaching 
victory 

Men's Soccer 

• Set a school record with 16 victories 

• First Division I school to reach NCAA second round 
for fourth consecutive year 

• Senior defender Leo Cullen named Soccer America 
( ollegiate Player oi the Year and AC( Player oi the 
Year 

• ( ullen selected No. 1 in the college entry draft by the 
Miami Fusion 

• 1998 recruiting class ranked No. 1 in the nation 

• Earned 20 points toward the Sears Directors" Cup 



Women's soccer 
Advanced to the N( AA fournamenl 
Posted an overall record of 12-9 I 
Finished thud in the '■' < 
Earned 10 points toward Seat ■ I 'in i ti u s Cup 

Men's Swimming ik Diving 
Placed 36th at the N< AA ( hampionships 
I u simian divet Kevin Burke won At 'X one- meter 
and three metei titles 

Burke earned honorable mention All America honors 
in three metei diving al thi i V/ i hampionships 

i itl ' iiavson qualified foi N< AA 
( championships for the thud straight ■ at 
Earned 10 points toward the Sears 1 tors I up 

Women's Swimming & Diving 
Posted its highest finish ever Mom tin at the ACC 
( 'hampionships 

[unioi Km i Piotro won the 200 yard freest) le al the 
\< 1 ( hampionships 

Piotro and Katy Novotny qualified foi the N< AA 
< hampionships 

Men's Tennis 
Wenl 6 ! in non-conference action 
Posted 6 1 2 overall record 

Women's Tennis 

Advanced to the N< A A Toui namenl foi the second 

time m school histoi ■ 

12 wins in 1998 were the most since 1989 squa 

16 

Junior Meg ( iriffin and sophomore Lorraine Bittles 

selected to N< AA ' hampionships in doubles 

Earned in points inward the Sears Directors 1 up 

Men's Indoor Track 

Had All-Fast selections in Asa 1 leath (55 meter 

hurdles) and famieWu (shot put) 

Senioi ' Ireg I lunger named At < Athlete of the '■■'■■ 1 I 

Women's Indoor Track 

1 lad All-last selections in i leather Atkinson 1 20 lb. 
weight 1. Raina I >omneys [ triple lump), Stacey Minoti 
(55 meters .and Tesheya Moist (55 mei 
Atkinson and (amie I torshimer ' pole vault) named 
A1I-A( I 

Men's Outdoor Track 
Finished lust at the Maryland fn\ national 
Ranked 48th nationally by the USTCA 
K 1A qualifiers included Ed I logan 1 10,000), junior 
Asa Heath (110 hurdles) and the 4x100 and 4x400 
meter relay teams 

Women's Outdoor Track 

• Finished first at the Maryland Invitational 

• Ranked 27th nationally by the CM < \ 

• All-East selections in Candyce DeLoatch (400 
meters 1, fesheya Hoist : 100 meters), Nikki Webster 

triple 1 Limp I and Raina Domneys (triple jump) 

Volleyball 

• Advanced to second round of NCAA Tournament for 
second straight season 

• Posted a 27-2 overall record, including a regular 
season mark of 25-0 

• One of only eight Division I teams to ever finish 
regular season undefeated 

• Senior Eden Kroeger named ACC Player oi the Year 

• Janice Kruger named ACC Coach of the Year 

• Earned 20 points toward the Sears Directors* Cup 

Wrestling 

• Finished 46th at the NCAA Championships 

• Seniors left Whalen and Shane Mack qualified for 
the NCAA Championships 

• Terps won Millersville Invitational championship 

• Earned 10 points toward the Sears Directors' ( up 



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O O T B A L L 



Terps on Radio 



Johnny Holliday (left) and Ken Broo 

Maryland Radio Network 



All of Maryland's games are heard live on the Maryland Terrapins' 
radio network, which boasts one of the broadest coverage areas in colle- 
giate sports. The production and sales of the broadcasts are being over- 
seen for the fourth year by one of the largest and most aggressive sports 
marketing groups in the country, Learfield Sports of Jefferson City, Mo. 
In addition to the University of Maryland, Learfield Sports holds the 
radio broadcast rights to Universi- 
ty of Missouri, University of Iowa, 
University of Alabama, Michigan 
State University, Indiana Universi- 
ty, Purdue University, University of 
Wisconsin, University of Arizona, 
University of Oklahoma and Okla- 
homa State University. 

Maryland's broadcasts can be 
accessed on the World Wide Web 
at sJamecruiser.com. 



JOHNNY HOLLIDAY 



Play-by-Play 

Johnny Holliday, now in his 
20th year as "Voice of the Terps," is 
considered one of the finest play- 
by-play announcers in the country. 
In addition to calling the action tor the 
Maryland football and basketball teams, 
Holliday also hosts the Ron Vanderlin- 
den and Gary Williams television shows. 
As the Terps' director of broadcasting, he 
also handles a myriad of speaking duties 
within the athletic department, ranging 
from banquets to alumni functions to 
golf outings. 

His long list of credits includes ABC's 
coverage of the 1996 Summer Olympics 
and the Winter and Summer Olympics 
in 1984, 1988 and 1994. In addition, he 
has covered championship boxing, the 
Masters, the USFL Game of the Week, 
and the Liberty and Aloha bowls. 

Holliday's announcing career allows 
him to lay claim as Washington's most 
versatile broadcaster, and among the 

best nationally. Whether it be in radio, where he was named America's 
No. 1 disk jockey during his rock'n roll deeiav days, to his public address 
duties with the Cleveland Browns, Oakland Raiders, and Golden State 
Warriors, to his work in Washington television for the Senators and Bul- 
lets, 1 [olliday makes a complicated business look easy. 

He bungs that ease to the Mankind coach's television shows on 
Home learn Sports, the region's premier sports channel. I lealso has been 
the host oi Redskin general manager ("harlev ( asserly's show and ACC 
Sports Sunday. I le also does special events for I ITS that include baseball, 
tennis, basketball and track and field, lie is among the pioneer broad- 
casters for the sport ol women's basketball, earning a I Hstinguished Set 
vice Award from ACC women's basketball officials for his work on that 
league's women's basketball telecasts the past sewn years. 

A native ol Miami, I la.. Holliday began his broadcasting career in 
Perry, Cia., and througl th ars has worked in lour of the nation 
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Washington, D.C. 


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WAMD-AM 


Aberdeen 


970 


WTBO-AM 


Cumberland 


1450 


WSER-AM 


Elkton 


1550 


WFMD-AM 


Frederick 


930 


WARK-AM 


Hagerstown 


1490 


WMSG-AM 


Oakland/Mountain Lake Park 


1050 


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Pocomoke City 


106.5 


WTGM-AM 


Salisbury 


960 


WTTR-AM 


Westminster 


1470 



ton. At one time, he was recognized as America's No. 1 disc jockey. He is 
a member of the Rock 'N Roll Hall of Fame. 

In addition to his broadcasting accomplishments, he also has been 
extremely successful raising money for charity. Washingtonian magazine 
honored him as a Washingtonian of the Year for his many civic activities. 
His basketball and softball teams, the Radio Wonders, have raised more 

than $1 million for charity. He is 
involved in Special Olympics, 
Catholic Charities, Operation 
Smile, and the Boy Scouts of 
America. He has served as televi- 
sion host for the Easter Seals, Mus- 
cular Dystrophy, March of Dimes 
and Leukemia telethons. 

This past spring he was hon- 
ored by the Greater Washington, 
D.C. Chapter of Operation Smile 
with its 1998 Smile Award for his 
outstanding service to the commu- 
nity. In 1995, he was the recipient 
of the University ot Maryland "M 
Club" Distinguished Citizen 
Award. He is an honorary member 
of the university's chapter of Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa. 

Holliday and his wife, Mary 
Claire, are the proud parents of three 
daughters: Kellie, a physician who 
resides in Bel Air, Md., with her husband 
Steve, who also is a physician; Traeie, a 
neo-natal nurse at Shady Grove Hospital 
who resides in Potomac, Md., with her 
husband Chris, dn attorney; and Mona, 
who attends St. loseph's University in 
Philadelphia. 



KEN BROO 



Color Analyst 

Ken Broo, sports director and prima- 
ry sports anchor at WIS \ rV (( hannel 
9) in Washington, D.C., is m his second 
season as the color analyst tor Terps 
football. Broo has been at WUSA since 
1996. He previously was sports director at WKRC-TV in ( incinnati from 
I 'I'M i 96. I lis broad football background dates to his davs as ,i radio ana 
lyst for the Tampa Bav Buccaneers from 1981-87. He also was the radio 
pi, iv by-play voice for the Cincinnati Bengals from 1990 96. From 1977 
si , he was the play-by-play voice lor the Tulsa men's basketball team. I le- 
also has covered college basketball for NBC, willed various events for 
ESPN, .will seiveil as pl.n In play announcer for the luki Oilers minor 

league hockey franchise. 



TIM STRACHAN 



Sideline Reporter 
Set v mg as sideline reportei foi all Maryland's radio broadcasts is I mi 

Strachan, who is in his third season as a student assistant toot ball coach 

loi the lerps, Strachan was an All Met quarterback at DeMatha High 
School before suffering a broken neck in a swimming accident. 



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Media Covering Maryland 



k, \ SI indicates sports editor, 
w > indicates sports dim ton 
8 indicates beat writer, i indicates 

columnist; SW) indicates staf) writer, 
S \ ' indicates ■■/■■ i 

reporter, i sft indicates talk sho\ 



MARYLAND RADIO NETWORK 



Pla) l>\ Pla) Announcer 

Fohnn) I lollida) 

Sports Anchor 

\|a Radio 

i I DesalesSt.NW 

Washington, D( 10036 

'"' '" I 

(202) 222 7682 (FAX) 

Color Analyst 

Ken Broo 
spot ts I )irectoi 
WUSA l\ 

lliii) Wisconsin Ave. NW 
Washington, D( 10008 
(202) 895 5600 
!02 163 6472 (FAX) 



PRINT OUTLETS 



Washington Post 

11501 5th M NW 
Washington, D< 20071 

;02 134 7350 

102 134 7685 

Solomon SI 
C [emal Horton [B] 
Michael Wilbon I 
Ken 1 (enlinger [C] 
Tony Kornheiser (C) 

Baltimore Sun 

1 alverl 8t I )entre Streets 
Baltimore, MD 21203 

tin S32 6200 

Ilin 783 2518 (1 \V 
Molly Dunham [SE] 
Sam Davis SI 
fohn Eisenbei 
Ken Rosenthal [C] 

The Washington Times 

i i New Ybrl We. NT 

Washington, DC :0002 

1269 
202 529 7869 ! \\ 
i t.m\ I iopkins si 
Jod) Foldesy |B] 
Tom Knott ( 
Dan Dal) I 
Dick Heller [C] 
Thorn Loverro I 

Prince George's Journal 
9426 Annapolis Road 
Lanham.MD 20706 

'■in 106 -414 

■"I 731-8363 (FAX 

Ben Lumpkin [SE] 

David Hammel [B] 

Chris Murra 

lames Harris III [B| 

Montgomery lournal 

2 Research Court 
Rockville.MD 

670-1427 
301 670-1421 1 \\ 
Dan Shepherd SI 
lake Schaller SW 
Kelly Thackston [SW] 

Annapolis Capital 
2000 Capitol Drive 
Annapolis, MD 21 ■ 
110 280-5923 

\X 
- SI 



BUIWagnei |B| 
i i. lie, Vndet son < 

|ohn Ml N. iin.ua I 

Cumberland I imes 

19 Mechanic St. 

i umberland, MD 21 i02 

101 ! ! I 

an ! ' 18 I V\ 
Mike Burke SI B 

l aston star Democrat 
I Airport Drive 
I aston, MD 21601 

IIH 1010 

HO 820 6519 I \\ 
Bill Hani. SI 

Frederick News Post 

I PatrickSt. 

Frederick, MD 21701 
| (01 i 662 I 

SI 62 8299 I \\ 

Stan Goldberg SI B 
[ohn Cannon SV\ 
Sheldon Shealer SW] 
Bill Cauley I SW 

Gazette Newspapers 
1200 Qunice I Irchard Blvd. 
Gaithersburg, MD 20878 

101 948 3120 

101 6 7183 
Brian Heard [SE/B] 

Hagerstown Morning Herald 
100 Summit! We. 
Hagerstown, MD 21740 

101) 733-5131 

101 II 0245 I AX) 
Ron Somers [SE] 

Hagerstown Daily Mail 

Inn Summit We. 
Hagerstown, MD 21740 

101 I 733-5131 
(301) 714-0245 (FAX) 

1 at i\ Vanos |SE/B] 

Salisbury Times 
I'D Box 1937 
Salisbury, MD 21601 
110) 749 "171 
(410) 749-7290 (FAX) 
lohn Evans [SE] 
Bill See [B] 
Patrick Killey [B] 

Terrapin Times 
P.O. Box 34405 
Bethesda, MD 20827 

S01 ' 656-8257 

501 1656-8258 (FAX) 
Keith Cavanaugh SE 



WIRE SERVICE/NATIONAL 



Associated Press 
222 st. Paul Place 
Baltimore, MD 21202 

4 1 1) i 539-3524 

410 727 1550 I \\ 
DaveGinsburg [SE] 

USA Today 
100 Wilson Blvd. 

Arlington, va :::: u 

703 J7i 735 

PAX 

a rev 



(301 i 314 8358 (FAX) 
Rupen Foraria [SE] 

WMU( Radio 

| ampus Dining Hall 
P.O. I'."- 99 

i ollegi Park, MD 2(1742 
I (01) 314 7866 
(301) SI I 7879(1 AX) 
Nick Ammazzallorso si ) 
George Wallace SD 



RADIO OUTLETS 



WBAl 

1800 1 loopi ; 
Baltimore, MD21211 

Hi) 138 6 192 
i inn S38 66; i (1 \\ 
Gerr) Sandusky [TSH] 
GregShet [TSH 

W 1 1 M 

ll S00 Rockville Pike 
Rockville, MD 108 i 
( S01 i 231-7798 

(301 i.s.si 802 1(FA> 
And) Pollin SI i 

WCBM 

68 Radio Plaza 

i Iwings Mills, MD 21117 
Ilin S56 1003 
110) 381 "I i0 I V- 

Art Sinclair [SD] 

WFMD 
P.O. Box 151 
Frederick,MD 21701 
(301)948-8521 

101 663-5494 (FAX) 
Ron Kitzmiller [SD] 

WINX 

12216 Parklawn Drive 
Suite 203 

Rockville, MD2IIS52 
(301) 424-9242 
(301) 424-82od (FAX I 
Jerry Coleman [SD] 

WMAL 

4400 Jenifer St. 
Washington, DC 20015 

202 686 M00 

202 337 0009 FAX) 
rim Brant SD 

WOLB 

100 St. Paul St. 
Baltimore, MD 21210 
(410)332-8200 

539 4550(1 \X 
Butch .McAdams [SD] 

WTOP 

3400 Idaho Ave. NW 
Washington, DC 20016 

895-5060 
202 895-5149 1 \X 
Dave lohnson [SA] 
Steve Dolge SA 



STUDENT MEDIA 



The Diamondback 
3136 S. Campus Dining Hall 
University of Marvland 
College Park. MD 20742 
301 314-8200 



TV OUTLETS 



WBAL (NBC i 

3800 Hooper Ave. 
Baltimore. MD 21212 
410i 338-1750 

6 FAX 
Gerry Sandusky S A 
.Mark Viviano [SA] 
Tim Morris [SA] 

WBFF (FOX/45) 

2000 W. 41st St 
Baltimore, MD 21211 



Steve ; 

WJZ « BS) 
Television Hill 

Baltimore, MD 21211 

lohn Buren I si . 
Chris I I 

WMAIt (Ali( ) 
6400 York Rd. 
Baltimore, MD 21212 

in- . 
Scotl Garceau 

Keith Mills S 
JohnCuri R 

Wl SA (CBS) 

4100 Wisconsin Ave. NW 

Washington, Di 

Ken Broo ID 
I rani Herzog [SA 
Ken Mease SA 
Charles Mann SA 

W|l A \l',( 

I00; rilden st, NW 

Washington, D( 0001 

1202) II 

Rene Knott SD 

Mike I aims [ S A ] 
Julio SA] 

WRC(NBC) 
1001 Nebrasl - ■ NW 
Washington, D( 20016 
202 885-4451 

185-4002 (FAX) 
Michael [SD| 
Walk." Bruckner [SA] 
Darrian Chapman [SA[ 

WTTG (FOX/5) 
5151 Wisconsin Ave. 
Washington, IK 20016 
(202) 895-3026 
(202 895-3133 I \X 
Brett Haber [SA] 
Chick Hernandez i S V 

WHAG 

13 I , Washington St. 
Hagerstown. XII) 21740 
"4400 
15-4093(1 KX 
Garnet Steven 

WA1DI 

202 Downtown Plaza 

Salisbury, MD 21801 

742-4747 

VX) 
Brent Harris [SD] 

Newschannel 8 
7600-D Boston Blvd. 
Springfield, VA 221 
703)912-5395 

. 
RossMcCallum SD 
Glenn Harris 
loyce Jackson 
Kaye LS> 

Cable News 21 

Montgomery County i 
7548 Standish Place 
Rockville, X1D 20855 
(301)294-2121 
(3011 294-7476 FAX 
Brian Sinkoff si . 
Doug Weinstei 



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Media Information 




Mailing Address: 

Media Relations Office 
University of Maryland 
1112 Cole Field House 
College Park, MD 20742 



Telephone Numbers 

(301) 314-7064 — Media Relations Office 
(301 ) 314-9094 — Media Relations FAX 
(301 ) 405-7S10 — Byrd Stadium Press Box 
(301 ) 314-7096 — Football Office 

MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF 

Asst. A.D Dave Haglund 

Office 301-314-7064 

Home 301-879-2518 

Asst. Director Kevin Messenger 

Office 301-314-7066 

Home 301-982-4675 

Asst. Director Chuck Walsh 

Office 301-314-7065 

Home 301-890-9671 

Asst. Director Tricia Hughes 

Office 301-314-7063 

Home 301-847-1494 

Asst. Director lason Yellin 

Office 301-314-7062 

Home 301-464-9355 

Staff Asst David O'Brian 

Office 301-314-7064 

Home 301-209-9295 

Admin. Asst Sandy Ratke 

Office 301-314-7064 

Students: Kevin Foley, Matthew Levy, Nichole 

Tips, Michele Da\ is. 

FAXBACK SERVICE: University of Maryland 
football information, including releases, 
statistic, rosters and the most recent game 
statistical summary, can be accessed 24 hours a 
day through the A( ( faxback service. 

\( i faxback: 336-854-5859 

Maryland Release 51050 

Notes Only 51051 

Stats ( )nly 51052 

Recent Boxscore 51053 

Schedule Roster 5105 I 

WEB SITE: ( .o to www.umterps.com on the 
world-wide web for information on Universit) 
ol Maryland athletics. 

TERRAPIN FANPHONE: Information on 

Maryland athletics, including actualities with 
lach Ron Vanderlinden, can be obtained 
by calling the Terrapin Fanphoneat (301) II 1 

il RP 

CREDI NTIALS: Requests foi media and 
photo credentials should be I tiled on 

letterhead to the University ol 
ii. I Media Relations ( iffice 1 1 \> 

il least one v to the event. 

Accommodations are on a priority basis: daily 
newspapers, originating radio and teli 
stations, national weekly Ol monthlv 



DIRECTIONS TO BYRD STADIUM 

From Baltimore (and north): 1-95 south to 
exit 25B, College Park/U.S. Route 1 South. 
After approximately one mile, take a right- 
hand exit off of U.S. 1 onto Route 193 West. 
Go two traffic lights to Stadium Drive. 
Make a left onto Stadium Drive. 

From BWI Airport: 1-195 West to 1-95 
South. Travel to exit 25B and follow the 
above directions to Byrd Stadium. 

From National Airport: 1-395 North until 
it terminates at New York Ave. Make a right 
onto New York Ave. And exit at Maryland 
Route 295 (Baltimore/Washington 
Parkway). Exit at Maryland Route 193 West 
(Greenbelt Road) and follow straight for 
three miles to Stadium Drive. 

From Washington/Richmond (and south): 

1-95 North to exit 25B, College Park/U.S. 
Route 1 South. Take the above directions to 
Byrd Stadium. 

From Dulles International Aiport (and 
west): Dulles Toll Road to 1-495 West. Take 
495 West (Washington Beltway) for 
approximately 25 minutes to exit 25B. Take 
the above directions to Byrd Stadium. 



HOTELS NEAR BYRD STADIUM 




Inn & Conference Center 


301-985-7310 


Greenbelt Marriott 


301-441-3700 


Best Western Maryland Inn 


301-474-2800 


Greenbelt Holiday Inn 


301-982-7000 


College Park Holiday Inn 


301-345-6700 


College Park Comfort Suites 


301-441-8110 



publications, electronic media outlets, local 
and regional television crews. Requests are 
accepted from sports editors and sports 
directors only. When time permits, working 
credentials will be mailed. When llns is not 
possible, they will be left at the Press Will Call 
entrance at the West ( ,ate of Byrd stadium. 

PHOTO REGULATIONS: Photo passes u ill be 
issued only to accredited photographers on 

assignment, Photographers should obtain ^n 
armband from the media relations .issistani on 

the field below Section 28 lo gam admittance 

to the field. Undei N( \ \ and \« I rules, 

photographers are not allowed between the 
yard lines and must remain outside ol the 
restraining lines surrounding the plaj ing field 

PARKING: ( lame da) press parking is located 
in Parking Garage I, to the left ol the I 

to ( ole I ii I.I I louse I he parking 
besl accessed from the Stadium 1 >rive 



entrance to campus. Access is via pass only and 
is available on an extremely limited basis. 

SERVICES: Complete team and individual 
statistics by quarter; play-by-play; and 
postgame notes and quotes will be provided to 
the working media. Scores of other college 
games are provided before, during and after 
the game. Fax machine service is available in 
the press box. 

POSTGAME INTERVIEWS: Head coach Ron 
Vanderlinden and selected players will be 
brought to the team meeting room on the 
second floor of the Gossett Football Team 
House for postgame interviews. The team 
room is accessed through the front door of the 
complex, located one level above the playing 
field. Please enter the glass doors and follow 
the hallway to the team room on the right. 
Interviews with the visiting team will take place 
in the weight room of the Varsity Team House, 
which is located outside of the stadium on the 
opposite side of the field from the Tyser Tower 
Press Box. 

RON VANDERLINDEN INTERVIEWS: 

Coach Ron Vanderlinden will be available to 
the media at his weekly Monday noon media 
luncheons. Members of the media are invited 
to conduct interviews with Coach 
Vanderlinden at the weekly media luncheons, 
which are held on the second floor of the Tyser 
Tower Press Box. Coach Vanderlinden will also 
be available on the weekly ACC Teleconference, 
held each Wednesday. Contact Brian Morrison 
at the ACC Office (336-851-6062) or the 
University of Maryland Media Relations Office 
for the telephone number. Coach Vanderlinden 
also is available for interviews following 
practices. 

PLAYER INTERVIEWS: All player interviews 

must be arranged through Dave Haglund or 
Kevin Messenger. Players have been instructed 
not to participate in interviews unless they 
have been arranged through the Media 
Relations Office. Interviews will be conducted 
Monday through Thursday. No interviews will 
be allowed on Sunday or Friday. Player phone 
numbers will not be released, and members ol 
the media are asked not to attempt to contact 
student athletes on the telephone. Players are 
not available tor live call-in radio shows. 

PRACTICE COVERAGE: Practices are open to 
the media with lew exceptions (Sunday 
practices are closed). Media wishing to attend 
practice should contact the Media Relations 
Office in advance. Once the teams goes into 
p.uls m tin' fall, photographers will be allowed 
to shoot warm taps, stretching drills and the 
first two periods of practice, ream meetings 
before, during and aftei practice are private. 
Practices generally begin at !:45 p.m. and 
conclude at 6 p.m. Hie team does not practice 
on MoikI.iv dm ing the season. 



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1998Schedi 



SEPTEMBER 

September 5 JAMES MADISON (Letterwinners Day) 

Septembers at Virginia 
Septembers at West Virginia 
September 26 TEMPLE 



OCTOBER 

October 3 
October 10 
October 17 
October 31 



FLORIDA STATE (Family Weekend) 

at Clemson 

WAKE FOREST (Homecoming) 
GEORGIA TECH (in Baltimore) 




NOVEMBER 

November 7 at North Carolina 

November 14 at Duke 

November 21 NC STATE 



All home games in CAPS