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2010-11 ACC BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE 12 NCAA Championships – 5 NCAA Championships in the last 10 years - Winningest Conference in NCAA Tournament History 16 Consensus National Players of the Year – 54 Consensus First-Team All-Americans - 22 National Coaches of the Year 5 NIT Champions

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Atlantic Coast Conference Office P.O. Drawer ACC Greensboro, N.C. 27417-6724 4512 Weybridge Lane (27407)

Coaches Teleconference

The 12 ACC head basketball coaches will be featured on nine Monday teleconferences during the 2010-11 season. Phone....................................................... 336/851-6062 The season’s first teleCommunications Fax................................ 336/854-8797 conference will take place on ACC Communications Staff Monday. January 3, 2011, and Michael Kelly ............................Associate Commissioner continue through Monday, March 7. Each coach Comunications and Football Operations Brian Morrison .........................Associate Commissioner will have 10 minutes to make an opening statement Basketball Communications and answer questions. There will be an instant Mike Finn .................................Associate Commissioner replay of each teleconference on the Conference’s Football Communications internet site TheACC.com each Monday afternoon. Lindsey Rogers .................................. Associate Director Steve Phillips ......................................Assistant Director Barb Dery ..................................Administrative Assistant JoAnne Cannell ......................................................Intern

ACC Office Staff Commissioner John D. Swofford Executive Assistant to the Commissioner Cecelia DiAmico Associate Commissioners Jeff Elliott, Finance and Administration Nora Lynn Finch, Women’s Basketball & SWA Mike Finn, Football Communications Karl Hicks, Men’s Basketball Operations Michael Kelly, Communications and Football Ops Shane Lyons, Governance & Compliance Brian Morrison, Basketball Communications Amy Yakola, Public Relations, Marketing Assistant Commissioners W. Scott McBurney, Advanced Media Kris W. Pierce, Championships Football Officials, Coordinator Doug Rhoads Men’s Basketball Officials, Coordinator John Clougherty Women’s Basketball Officials, Coordinator Charlene Curtis Director of Business Operations Lynne Herndon Director of Compliance & Governance Lindsey Babcock Director of Information Systems Christina L. Tracey Director, Men’s Basketball Operations Kathy C. Hunt Director of Student-Athlete Programs, Compliance Shamaree Brown Director, Women’s Basketball Operations Brad Hecker Associate Director, Advanced Media Steve “Slim” Vollinger Associate Director, Championships Lee Butler Associate Director, Communications Lindsey Rogers Associate Director, Football Operations Allison Doughty Associate Director, Technology and Operations Ben Tario Assistant Director, Championships Donald Moore Assistant Director, Communications Steve Phillips Assistant Director, Women’s Basketball & SWA Georgia Davis Website Coordinator Heather Hirschman Administrative Assistants Susan Anthony, Administration/Business Jennie Barrett, Championships Barbara Dery, Communications/PR & Marketing Tracey Haith, S-A Welfare, Compliance & Governance Karrie Tilley, Men’s Basketball Operations Emily Watkins, Receptionist Interns Sheldon Bell, Championships JoAnne Cannell, Communications Charlotte Zoller, Marketing & PR Neil Sleight, Website

ACC Coaches Teleconference Jeff Bzdelik, Wake Forest ...................10:30 Seth Greenberg, Virginia Tech ...........10:40 Tony Bennett, Virginia .......................10:50 Sidney Lowe, NC State ......................11:00 Roy Williams, North Carolina.............11:10 Frank Haith, Miami ............................11:20 Gary Williams, Maryland....................11:30 Paul Hewitt, Georgia Tech .................11:40 Leonard Hamilton, Florida State ........11:50 Mike Krzyzewski, Duke ......................12:00 Brad Brownell, Clemson ....................12:10 Steve Donahue, Boston College .........12:20 Media Phone Number: 913-312-0942

theACC.com is the official website of the Atlantic Coast Conference. ACC basketball information is updated daily… standings, statistics, notes and more – including a daily ACCtion page which serves as a round up of the previous day’s games. The site is home to replays of the weekly ACC basketball coaches teleconferences, updated on Monday afternoons following each call during the season. Other highlights include ACC Basketball Tournament Central and the site’s columns, special articles and video features. Links to all 12 ACC schools are also available. theACC.com’s ever-growing media services section is a central location for key items of special interest to the media. It is the home to ACC championship logos and coach and player headshots for select sports. The section is the home to credential information for all ACC Championships and a media-simplified list of ACC links. To access the media services section, log on to theACC.com and click on the media services link under ACC Links on the left-hand navigation bar. The casesensitive username is ACC; password media.

Table of Contents ACC Communications Services ................................ 2 John Swofford, ACC Commissioner ......................... 3 ACC “A Tradition of Excellence” ............................4-6 ACC Basketball on Television ................................... 7 The 20010-11 ACC Schedule ................................8-9 ACC/Big Ten Challenge XII ..................................... 10 Duke National Championship Review ..................... 11 2009-10 In Review ............................................12-21 The ACC Tournament ........................................22-24 ACC Homecourts.................................................... 25 ACC Records .......................................................... 26 ACC Coaches Records ......................................27-28 ACC & the NBA Draft ............................................. 29 The NCAA Tournament......................................30-32 Boston College ..................................................33-36 Clemson ............................................................37-40 Duke..................................................................41-44 Florida State ......................................................45-48 Georgia Tech .....................................................49-52 Maryland ...........................................................53-56 Miami ................................................................57-60 North Carolina ...................................................61-64 NC State ............................................................65-68 Virginia..............................................................69-72 Virginia Tech .....................................................73-76 Wake Forest ......................................................77-80 Conference Champions .......................................... 81 Year by Year........................................................... 82 Year by Year – 1954 & 1955 .................................. 83 Year by Year – 1956 & 1957 .................................. 84 Year by Year – 1958 & 1959 .................................. 85 Year by Year – 1960 & 1961 .................................. 86 Year by Year – 1962 & 1963 .................................. 87 Year by Year – 1964 & 1965 .................................. 88 Year by Year – 1966 & 1967 .................................. 89 Year by Year – 1968 & 1969 .................................. 90 Year by Year – 1970 & 1971 .................................. 91 Year by Year – 1972 & 1973 .................................. 92 Year by Year – 1974 & 1975 .................................. 93 Year by Year – 1976 & 1977 .................................. 94 Year by Year – 1978 & 1979 .................................. 95 Year by Year – 1980 & 1981 .................................. 96 Year by Year – 1982 & 1983 .................................. 97 Year by Year – 1984 & 1985 .................................. 98 Year by Year – 1986 & 1987 .................................. 99 Year by Year – 1988 & 1989 ................................ 100 Year by Year – 1990 & 1991 ................................ 101 Year by Year – 1992 & 1993 ................................ 102 Year by Year – 1994 & 1995 ................................ 103 Year by Year – 1996 & 1997 ................................ 104 Year by Year – 1998 & 1999 ................................ 105 Year by Year – 2000 & 2001 ................................ 106 Year by Year – 2002 & 2003 ................................ 107 Year by Year – 2004 & 2005 ................................ 108 Year by Year – 2006 & 2007 ................................ 109 Year by Year – 2008 & 2009 ................................ 110 Year by Year – 2010............................................. 111 Coaching Records ................................................ 112 All-Conference by School ..................................... 113 All-Americans................................................114-116 All-Academic Teams ............................................ 117 Players of the Week ......................................118-119 ACC & the NBA Draft by Year ........................120-121 ACC & the NBA Draft by School ....................122-123 ACC Players in the NBA.................................124-129 Individual & Team Records ...........................130-131 Single Game Bests ........................................132-133 Individual Single Game Bests ........................134-135 Triple Doubles & ACC Player of Year ................... 136 Career Statistical Leaders..............................137-140 Double-Doubles ................................................... 141 Annual Individual Leaders .............................142-144 Annual Team Leaders........................................... 145 Marksmanship Statistics ...................................... 146 Single Season Records ........................................ 147 Freshmen Records ........................................148-150 Player Career Statistics .................................151-176 ACC & the NCAA Tournament .......................177-188 ACC in the NIT...................................................... 189 All-time AP Rankings ....................................190-211 50th Anniversary Basketball Team ....................... 212


ACC Commissioner John Swofford

John Swofford Now in his 14th year as Commissioner, John Swofford has made a dramatic impact on the Atlantic Coast Conference and college athletics. Swofford has built his career on the appropriate balance of academics, athletic achievement and integrity and is regarded as one of the top administrators in the NCAA. Swofford assumed his role as the fourth full-time commissioner of the Atlantic Coast Conference in July of 1997. He follows James H. (Jim) Weaver, the league’s first Commissioner from 1954-1970, Robert (Bob) James, who served from 1971-1987 and Eugene F. (Gene) Corrigan, who held the position from 1987 to 1997. In addition to overseeing one of the nation’s largest athletic conferences, Swofford has been pivotal in positioning the Atlantic Coast Conference for the future. In July of 2010, Swofford’s leadership and negotiating skills helped the conference secure a new 12 year multi-media rights agreement with ESPN. The extensive television package begins with the 2011-12 academic year and will more than double television revenue to the 12 member institutions. In addition to reaching new heights financially, ACC content will now be televised more, both regionally and nationally, than at any point in league history, while also best positioning the conference within the continuous, ever-changing world of technology. Equally as historic, in 2003, on behalf of the nine league institutions and the ACC Council of Presidents, Swofford introduced Miami, Virginia Tech and Boston College as the newest members of the ACC. With the expansion, Swofford helped bring the conference extended and enhanced television contracts in both football and basketball. Highlights included the rights to the inaugural ACC Football Championship Game and significant increases in the number of televised games as well as negotiating an agreement with XM Satellite Radio, to broadcast the league’s football, men’s and women’s basketball games nationally. In the sport of basketball, Swofford was instrumental in creating the ACC/Big Ten Challenge that began in men’s basketball in 1999. Then in 2007, the two conferences hosted the inaugural ACC/Big Ten Women’s Basketball Challenge. Highly respected by his peers, Swofford was a force in the development and growth of the Bowl Championship Series and is the only person to serve two terms as its Coordinator.

Since becoming Commissioner, Swofford has been responsible for securing increased bowl opportunities for the ACC. The past five seasons, at least eight ACC teams have earned bowl bids and, in 2008, the conference set an NCAA record when 10 of its 12 teams (83%) participated in bowl play. This year, the ACC has agreements in place with nine bowls including the Orange Bowl, home to the ACC Champion since 2006. During Swofford’s first 13 years as Commissioner, ACC teams have won 50 national team titles and 1,337 ACC teams have participated in various NCAA championships - an average of over 100 NCAA teams per year. A long-time advocate of the importance of academics and student-athlete welfare, Swofford stimulated the formation of the league’s first-ever ACC Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. This group of current ACC student-athletes gives the conference direct feedback on their experiences participating at the highest level of college athletics. In 2006, the prestigious ACC Men’s Basketball Tournament was awarded out to 2015. Throughout Swofford’s tenure, the iconic event will have traveled to many dynamic cities within the footprint of the league including Atlanta, Ga., Washington D.C. and Tampa, Fla., in addition to the traditional stops in Greensboro and Charlotte. The 2001 ACC Tournament in Atlanta set NCAA attendance records for single session (40,083), per session average (36,505) and total attendance (182,525). Swofford placed an added emphasis on the development of women’s basketball in the ACC with the hiring of an Associate Commissioner for Women’s Basketball to oversee all aspects of the sport on both a conference and national level. The Director of Athletics at the University of North Carolina from 1980 to 1997, Swofford was instrumental in building North Carolina’s athletics department into one of the country’s most respected programs. He became the school’s athletic director on May 1, 1980 and at the age of 31, he was the youngest major college Athletics Director in the nation at the time. During his tenure, Tar Heel athletic teams claimed 123 ACC championships and 24 national collegiate titles, including two in men’s basketball and one in women’s basketball. During the 1993-94 year, the Tar Heels captured the inaugural Sears Directors’ Cup, emblematic of the collegiate all-sports champion and finished in the Top Six of the Sears Cup standings in each year of Swofford’s tenure that the award was given. Under his leadership, North Carolina enjoyed tremendous growth in its athletic facilities, including the construction of the Smith Center, a complex which includes a 21,572-seat basketball arena, the Koury Natatorium and the Frank H. Kenan Football Center. He initiated the idea and provided the impetus for the founding of North Carolina’s trademark licensing program. The University chose to recognize his many accomplishments by establishing the John D. Swofford women’s athletics scholarship and naming an auditorium in the school’s football complex in his honor. John and his wife Nora reside in Greensboro, N.C. and together they have three children, Amie, Chad and Autumn, who is married to Sherman Wooden. Autumn and Sherman welcomed Maya, their first child, to the family in April of 2010

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John D. Swofford, Commissioner Atlantic Coast Conference Education

High School: College: Graduate:

Wilkes Central High School North Wilkesboro, NC University of North Carolina, 1971 Morehead Scholarship Recipient Ohio University, 1973 MEd. in Athletics Administration

Playing Experience 1965-67 1969-71

Wilkes Central High School Two-time All-State quarterback Three-sport MVP North Carolina football team quarterback and defensive back Peach Bowl, 1970 Gator Bowl, 1971 ACC Champions, 1971

Athletic Administration Experience 1973-76 1976-79 1979-80 1980-97 1997-

Ticket Manager/Asst. to the Director of Athletic Facilities and Finance University of Virginia Assistant Athletics Director and Business Manager University of North Carolina Assistant Executive Vice-President of the Educational Foundation University of North Carolina Director of Athletics University of North Carolina Commissioner Atlantic Coast Conference

Membership on Boards and Committees

NCAA Men’s College Basketball Officiating, LLC Board, 2010-present National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association Honorary Board, 2009-present College Football Officiating, LLC Board of Managers, 2008-present North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame Advisory Board, 2008-present Wyndham Championship Board of Directors, 2002-present National Letter of Intent Appeals Committee, 2002-present BCS Coordinator, 2000-01, 2008-09 IA Collegiate Commissioner’s Assoc. (Chair), 2005-07 NCAA Football Board of Directors (President), 2004-05 NCAA Executive Committee, 1995-97 NCAA Division I Championship Committee (Chair), 1995-97 NCAA Special Committee to Study a Division I-A Football Championship, 1994-95 President of NACDA, 1993-94 NCAA Special Events Committee, 1987-91 NCAA Communications Committee (Chair), 1987-89 NCAA Football Television Committee (Chair), 1984

Honors and Awards

North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame, 2009 Homer Rice Award, 2005 (presented by the Division 1A Athletic Directors’ Association) Horizon Award, 2004 (presented by the Atlanta Sports Council recognizing the National Sports Business Executive of the Year) Chick-fil-A Bowl Hall of Fame, 2003 Fifth most influential person in U.S. sports,The Sporting News, 2003 Outstanding American Award for the Triangle Chapter of the College Football Hall of Fame, 2002 North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s Hall of Fame, 2002 Ohio University’s Charles R. Higgins Distinguished Alumnus Award, 1984


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The Atlantic Coast Conference

The Tradition of Excellence

Consistency. It is the mark of true excellence in any endeavor. However, in today’s intercollegiate athletics, competition has become so balanced and so competitive that it is virtually impossible to maintain a high level of consistency. Yet the Atlantic Coast Conference has defied the odds. Now in its 58th year of competition, the ACC 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 120 national championships, including 64 in women’s competition and 56 in men’s. In addition, NCAA individual titles have gone to ACC student-athletes 130 times in men’s competition and 91 times in women’s action. If success is best measured in terms of wins and losses, then the ACC is unrivaled in NCAA annals. With Duke’s victory over Butler in last year’s NCAA title game, ACC teams have won five of the last 10 NCAA National Championships and 12 overall, including eight over the last 20 years. No conference has compiled a better NCAA Tournament record than the ACC since the inaugural tournament in 1939. ACC teams have posted an NCAA Tournament-best mark of 347-175 for a sterling .665 winning percentage against the nation’s toughest competition. The ACC is the only conference to have each of its teams make at least one NCAA Tournament appearance over the past five years. In the 26 years of the current 64/65-team field, the ACC has produced 24 Final Four teams, an average of almost one per year and six more than any other conference. Since the NCAA Tournament was expanded to 64 teams in 1985, ACC teams have compiled a 249-126 (.665) NCAA record, including 66 “Sweet 16” appearances and 24 Final Four berths - all NCAA Tournament bests. Since 1985, 67 of the 133 ACC teams receiving NCAA berths have won at least two NCAA Tournament games. North Carolina’s Tar Heels lead all ACC schools with five NCAA basketball championships to their credit. Duke is next with four national titles, followed by NC State with two and Maryland one. The Tar Heels claimed NCAA titles in 1957, 1982, 1993, 2005 and 2009, while the Blue Devils won their fourth title in 2010, following earlier championships in 2001, 1992 and 1991. The Wolfpack walked away with the coveted crown in 1974 and 1983 while the Terps claimed the 2002 national title. The ACC has 10 or more NCAA Tournament wins 13 times overall, and the league has not posted a losing record in NCAA Tournament play since 1987. The conference’s 23-year non-losing streak in NCAA Tournament play is tops among all conferences. Since 1981, the ACC has produced 38 consensus All-Americans - 15 more than any other conference and has accounted for 25 percent of the

This is a photo of the official announcement of the formation of the Atlantic Coast Conference, taken at Greensboro’s Sedgefield Inn, May 8, 1953. A three-man liaison committee, shown above, informed Southern Conference President Max Farrington of the decision. Left to right were Dr. James T.Penny, faculty chairman of athletics at South Carolina (chairman); Edmund (Eddie) M. Cameron, athletic director at Duke (committee member); President Farrington; and Dr. H.A. Fisher, faculty athletic chairman at NC State (committee member).

nation’s consensus All-Americans (38-of-155). Seven of the last 14 and nine of the last 18 consensus National Players of the Year have been from the ACC. Since 1975, the ACC has had 16 consensus National Players of the Year - 12 more than any other conference. In addition, nine of the ACC’s 16 National Players of the Year were unanimous selections. A year ago the ACC had 52 players on NBA rosters. In addition, over the past five years 45 ACC players have made their NBA debuts, including an all-time high 15 in 2006. In this past June’s 2010 NBA draft, the ACC had five first round selections and nine players drafted overall. The ACC has had five-or-more first round selections in three of the past four years and has had at least one first-round pick in 22 consecutive NBA drafts. Since 1986, the ACC has had 93 first round selections - 13 more than any other conference. Last year, for the second time in four years, 10 ACC teams finished the season with 20 or more wins. The ACC is the only conference in Division I history to have 10 teams win 20 or more games in a single season. For the fifth-straight year, the ACC surpassed the 2.2 million mark in attendance as the 12 schools totaled 2,217,642 over 201 regular season games and six ACC Tournament sessions.

The Championships

The conference conducts championship competition in 25 sports - 12 for men and 13 for women.

The first ACC championship was held in swimming on February 25, 1954. The conference did not conduct championships in cross country, wrestling or tennis during the first year. The 12 sports for men include football, cross country, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor and outdoor track, wrestling, baseball, tennis, golf and lacrosse. Fencing, which was started in 1971, was discontinued in 1981. Championships for women are currently conducted in cross country, volleyball, field hockey, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor and outdoor track, tennis, golf, lacrosse, softball and rowing.

Year in Review

ACC schools captured an all-time high eight national titles during the 2009-10 academic year. Overall, the ACC has totaled 50 national team titles over the last 13 years. The Conference has won two or more NCAA titles in 28 of the past 30 years. 2009-10 ACC National Champions Field Hockey ................................... North Carolina Women’s Soccer ............................ North Carolina Men’s Soccer............................................. Virginia Men’s Basketball............................................ Duke Men’s Ice Hockey .......................... Boston College Men’s Lacrosse ............................................. Duke Women’s Rowing ...................................... Virginia Women’s Lacrosse ................................. Maryland


The Atlantic Coast Conference ACC History

The Atlantic Coast Conference was founded on May 8, 1953, at the Sedgefield Inn near Greensboro, N.C., with seven charter members - Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest - drawing up the conference by-laws. The withdrawal of seven schools from the Southern Conference came early on the morning of May 8, 1953, during the Southern Conference’s annual spring meeting. On June 14, 1953, the seven members met in Raleigh, N.C., where a set of bylaws was adopted and the name became officially the Atlantic Coast Conference. Suggestions from fans for the name of the new conference appeared in the region’s newspapers prior to the meeting in Raleigh. Some of the names suggested were: Dixie, Mid South, Mid Atlantic, East Coast, Seaboard, Colonial, Tobacco, Blue-Gray, Piedmont, Southern Seven and the Shoreline. Duke’s Eddie Cameron recommended that the name of the conference be the Atlantic Coast Conference, and the motion was passed unanimously. The meeting concluded with each member institution assessed $200.00 to pay for conference expenses.

ACC Membership Chronology May 8, 1953 ACC formed with Clemson College, Duke University, University of Maryland, University of North Carolina, North Carolina State College and Wake Forest College as charter members. December 4, 1953 University of Virginia admitted as the league’s eighth member. June 30, 1971 University of South Carolina tenders resignation from league membership. April 3, 1978 Georgia Institute of Technology admitted as the league’s eighth member. July 1, 1991 Florida State University admitted as the league’s ninth member. July 1, 2004 The league expands to 11 members with the addition of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and the University of Miami. October 17, 2005 Boston College admitted as the league’s 12th member starting with the 2005-06 academic year. On December 4, 1953, conference officials met again at Sedgefield and officially admitted the University of Virginia as the league’s eighth member. The first, and only, withdrawal of a school from the ACC came on June 30, 1971, when the University of South Carolina tendered its resignation. The ACC operated with seven members until April 3, 1978, when the Georgia Institute of Technology was admitted. The Atlanta school had withdrawn from the Southeastern Conference in January of 1964.

The 1957 North Carolina Tar Heels celebrate the first of 12 ACC NCAA National Championships defeating Kansas 54-53 in three overtimes. The ACC expanded to nine members on July 1, 1991, with the addition of Florida State University. The conference expanded to 11 members on July 1, 2004, with the addition of the University of Miami and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. On October 17, 2003, Boston College accepted an invitation to become the league’s 12th member starting with the 2005-06 academic year.

The Schools

Boston College was founded in 1863 by the Society of Jesus to serve the sons of Boston’s Irish immigrants and was the first institution of higher education to be founded in the city of Boston. Originally located on Harrison Avenue in the South End of Boston, the College outgrew its urban setting toward the end of its first fifty years. A new location was selected in Chestnut Hill and ground for the new campus was broken on June 19, 1909. During the 1940s, new purchases doubled the size of the main campus. Clemson University is nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains near the Georgia border, and the tiger paws painted on the roads make the return to I-85 easier. The school is built around Fort Hill, the plantation home of John C. Calhoun, Vice President to Andrew Jackson. His son-in-law, Tom Clemson, left the land to be used as an agricultural school, and in 1893 Clemson opened its doors as a land-grant school, thanks to the efforts of Ben Tillman. Duke University was founded in 1924 by tobacco magnate James B. Duke as a memorial to his father, Washington Duke. Originally the school

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was called Trinity College, a Methodist institution, started in 1859. In 1892, Trinity moved to west Durham where the east campus with its Georgian architecture now stands. Nearby are Sarah P. Duke gardens, and further west the Gothic spires of Duke chapel overlook the west campus. Florida State University is one of 11 universities of the State University System of Florida. It was established as the Seminary West of the Suwannee by an act of the Florida Legislature in 1851, and first offered instruction at the post-secondary level in 1857. Its Tallahassee campus has been the site of an institution of higher education longer than any other site in the state. In 1905, the Buckman Act reorganized higher education in the state and designated the Tallahassee school as the Florida Female College. In 1909, it was renamed Florida State College for Women. In 1947, the school returned to a co-educational status, and the name was changed to Florida State University. Next to I-85 in downtown Atlanta stands Georgia Institute of Technology, founded in 1885. Its first students came to pursue a degree in mechanical engineering, the only one offered at the time. Tech’s strength is not only the red clay of Georgia, but a restored gold and white 1930 model A Ford Cabriolet, the official mascot. The old Ford was first used in 1961, but a Ramblin’ Wreck had been around for over three decades. The Ramblin’ Wreck fight song appeared almost as soon as the school opened, and it is not only American boys that grow up singing its rollicking tune, for Richard Nixon and Nikita Krushchev sang it when they met in Moscow in 1959. The University of Maryland opened in 1856 as an agricultural school nine miles north of Washington, D.C., on land belonging to Charles Calvert, a descendant of Lord Baltimore, the state’s founding father. The school colors are the same as the state flag: black and gold for George Calvert (Lord Baltimore) and red and white for his mother, Alice Crossland. Maryland has been called the school that Curley Byrd built, for he was its quarterback, then football coach, athletic director, assistant to the president, vice-president, and finally its president. Byrd also designed the football stadium and the campus layout, and suggested the nickname Terrapin, a local turtle known for its bite, when students wanted to replace the nickname Old Liners with a new one for the school. The University of Miami was chartered in 1925 by a group of citizens who felt an institution of higher learning was needed for the development of their young and growing community. Since the first class of 560 students enrolled in the fall of 1926, the University has expanded to more than 15,000 undergraduate and graduate students from every state and more than 114 nations from around the world. The school’s colors, representive of the Florida orange tree, were selected in 1926. Orange symbolizes the fruit of the tree, green represents the leaves and white, the blossoms. The University of North Carolina, located in Chapel Hill, has been called “the perfect college


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town,” making its tree-lined streets and balmy atmosphere what a college should look and feel like. Its inception in 1795 makes it one of the oldest schools in the nation, and its nickname of Tar Heels stems from the tar pitch and turpentine that were the state’s principal industry. The nickname is as old as the school, for it was born during the Revolutionary War when tar was dumped into the streams to impede the advance of British forces. North Carolina State University is located in the state capital of Raleigh. It opened in 1889 as a land-grant agricultural and mechanical school and was known as A&M or Aggies or Farmers for over a quarter-century. The school’s colors of pink and blue were gone by 1895, brown and white were tried for a year, but the students finally chose red and white to represent the school. An unhappy fan in 1922 said State football players behaved like a pack of wolves, and the term that was coined in derision became a badge of honor. The University of Virginia was founded in 1819 by Thomas Jefferson and is one of three things on his tombstone for which he wanted to be remembered. James Madison and James Monroe were on the board of governors in the early years. The Rotunda, a half-scale version of the Pantheon which faces the Lawn, is the focal point of the grounds as the campus is called. Jefferson wanted his school to educate leaders in practical affairs and public service, not just to train teachers. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University was established in 1872 as an all-male military school dedicated to the original land-grant mission of teaching agriculture and engineering. The University has grown from a small college of 132 students into the largest institution of higher education in the state. Located in Southwest Virginia on a plateau between the Blue Ridge and Alleghany Mountains, the campus consists of 334 buildings and 20 miles of sidewalks over 2,600 acres. The official

School Affiliations

Greensboro’s King Cotton Hotel was the location of the ACC’s first office from 1954 to 1966. school colors - Chicago maroon and burnt orange were selected in 1896 because they made a “unique combination” not worn elsewhere at the time. Wake Forest University was started on Calvin Jones’ plantation amid the stately pine forest of Wake County in 1834. The Baptist seminary is still there, but the school was moved to Winston-Salem in 1956 on a site donated by Charles H. and Mary Reynolds Babcock. President Harry S. Truman attended the ground-breaking ceremonies that brought a picturesque campus of Georgian architecture and painted roofs. Wake’s colors have been black and gold since 1895, thanks to a badge designed by student John Heck who died before he graduated.

BOSTON COLLEGE -- Charter member of the Big East Conference in 1979; joined the ACC in July, 2005. CLEMSON -- Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association in 1894; a charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921; a charter member of the ACC in 1953. DUKE -- Joined the Southern Conference 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, 1976; joined the ACC July, 1991. GEORGIA TECH -- Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association in 1894; charter member of Southern Conference in 1921; charter member of the SEC in 1932; joined the ACC in April, 1978. MARYLAND -- Charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921; charter member of the ACC in 1953. MIAMI -- Charter member of the Big East Football Conference in 1991; joined the ACC in July, 2004. NORTH CAROLINA -- Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association in 1894; charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921; charter member of the ACC in 1953. NC STATE -- Charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921; charter member of the ACC in 1953. VIRGINIA -- Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association in 1894; charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921; resigned from Southern Conference in December 1936; joined the ACC in December, 1953. VIRGINIA TECH -- Charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921; withdrew from the Southern Conference in June, 1965; became a charter member of the Big East Football Conference in Feb. 5, 1991; joined the ACC in July, 2004. WAKE FOREST -- Joined the Southern Conference in February, 1936; charter member of the ACC in 1953.

Atlantic Coast Conference Commissioners

Jim Weaver

(July 1, 1954 - July 11, 1970)

Bob James

(March 1, 1971 - May 12, 1987)

Gene Corrigan

(Sept. 1, 1987 - June 30, 1997)

John Swofford

(July 1, 1997 - present)


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Without question, television has contributed immeasurably to the success of ACC basketball. What began with fear of its impact on attendance and received mixed reviews from coaches and administrators initially became a cultural phenomenon throughout the southeastern U.S. In the ‘50s, ACC fans got to see one of the greatest NCAA title games ever played. In the ‘60s, ACC basketball was regionally televised on a regular basis before the first national telecast of a college basketball game. In the ‘70s, families bonded around the TV on Saturday afternoons and Wednesday evenings, the Friday of ACC Tournament quarterfinals became an annual vacation day for schoolchildren and career professionals, and the rest of the nation began to realize why ACC basketball was so overwhelmingly popular. By the ‘80s, the ACC was the premier conference for college basketball, thanks in part to its exposure on regional and national television. In the ‘90s, Raycom and ABC formed a unique relationship whereby ACC basketball became the largest purchase of network time ever. Since the 2000 season, a total of 1,836 regular season and ACC Tournament games have been televised in addition to NCAA Tournament games.

The 2010-11 ACC television schedule lists an all-time high 304 overall appearances, including a record 184 appearances on national networks and 201 televised games.

December 7, 1957 – The first live ACC-TV network began with North Carolina defeating Clemson 79-55 at Chapel Hill, the first of 11 Saturday afternoon games over 12 stations. Producer C.D. Chesley had purchased the rights from the ACC, with the eight member schools dividing the revenue.

The 2010-11 ACC television schedule lists

1957-58 ACC Television Schedule

 Ninety-one of the league’s 96 conference

C.D. Chesley (R) and his ACC announce crew (L-R) of Bones McKinney, Billy Packer and Jim Thacker at a mid’70s game at the Greensboro Coliseum. Television producer and syndicator Castleman DeTolley “C.D.” Chesley was a pioneer in televising ACC basketball, first across the state with the 1957 Final Four, and later around the region and the country. Chesley never played the game. His only association with an ACC school was the one year he spent playing freshman football at North Carolina, before he transferred to the University of Pennsylvania, where he became the football team’s captain and a showman in the school’s traveling comedy troupe. But no one exposed ACC basketball to more people than Chesley, thanks to his pioneering efforts as an executive producer in mostly regional broadcasts to an insatiable audience - Greensboro (NC) News & Record, March 9, 2003.

Dec. 7-Clemson at North Carolina; Dec. 14-South Carolina at North Carolina; Jan. 4-Virginia at South Carolina; Jan. 11-NC State at Duke; Jan. 18-North Carolina at Clemson; Jan. 25-The Citadel at Clemson; Feb. 1-Maryland at Navy; Feb. 8-Duke at North Carolina; Feb. 15-Maryland at NC State; Feb. 22-Wake Forest at South Carolina; March 1-South Carolina at Maryland. January 14, 1973 – The first Super Bowl Sunday game took ACC basketball on TV to another level. No. 3-ranked NC State defeated No. 2-ranked Maryland 87-85 at College Park on a follow tip at the buzzer by David Thompson. Thompson scored 37 points as an estimated national TV audience of 25 million watched moments before the Super Bowl kickoff. March 4, 1978 — In the first nationally televised ACC Tournament Championship (during ABC’s Wide World of Sports), Duke defeated Wake Forest 85-77 for the Blue Devils’ first title in 12 years. Fearing a Saturday afternoon tip-off for TV would result in sloppy play, the quarterfinals and semifinals had been moved to Wednesday and Thursday, respectively – the only time the Tournament was not played on successive days. Also for the first time, all seven games were televised live.

January 8, 1955 – The first televised ACC basketball game, a 95-78 victory by North Carolina over Wake Forest, appeared on public television, WUNC-TV, to fans within a 50-mile radius of Chapel Hill, according to Ron Morris’ ACC Basketball: An Illustrated History. Reaction was mixed. Although the game was a sell-out, the Duke-NC State game, played at the same time in 1979 – Charlotte entrepreneurs Rick Ray and Dee Birk launched Durham, was 2,000 short of capacity, threatening the future of Raycom to televise a package of ACC games in North Carolina, including NC State in Alaska’s Seawolf Classic (renamed Great TV games for fear of their effect on gate receipts. Alaska Shootout) and seven North Carolina road games. January 16, 1956 – North Carolina’s 64-55 victory over Maryland was the first of three television productions called 1984 – A brief experiment of a “Season Ticket” package for “Broadvision,” a unique simulcast agreement between WUNC- 31 ACC games was abandoned. TV and a number of radio stations. WUNC-TV televised the games without sound so that viewers would be encouraged 1999 – During the 1998-99 season, the ACC became the to listen to the radio. Subsequent Broadvision games were first conference in college basketball history to have all of North Carolina vs. NC State on Jan. 18, and North Carolina its conference games (72 in all) televised live on a regional or national basis. vs. Wake Forest on Feb. 15. March 15, 1957 – The first TV basketball game to be broadcast live across North Carolina was North Carolina’s 87-75 victory over Canisius in the NCAA East Regional semifinals at Philadelphia’s Palestra. Convinced that basketball would make for appealing viewing, an independent TV producer named Castleman DeTolley Chesley would become synonymous with the ACC for two decades. In less than one week, he had secured the necessary equipment, found sponsors and announcers and arranged telephone lines for the game’s production. The game was broadcast through WPPB-TV studios in Wilmington, Del., and aired on Charlotte’s WBTV, Durham’s WTVD and Greensboro’s WFMY. March 22-23, 1957 – Chesley set up a five-station network to televise live the Tar Heels’ remarkable Final Four run in Kansas City. Fans back in North Carolina were able to see two tripleovertime games – the 74-70 win over Michigan State in the semifinals on March 22, and the 54-53 win over Kansas and Wilt Chamberlain in the Championship on March 23.

August 3, 2000 – Fox Sports Net, Raycom and the ACC announced a 10-year agreement for a national “ACC Sunday Night” Game of the Week. July 8, 2010 - ESPN and the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) reached a 12-year agreement for exclusive rights to every conference-controlled football and men’s basketball game, plus women’s basketball and Olympic sports matchups, and conference championships. The agreement, which begins in 2011-12 will continue through 2022-23. It will result in approximately 4,800 ACC events over the 12 years on ESPN’s television outlets, digital and mobile platforms, syndication and more. Additionally, through a new sublicense arrangement with ESPN, Raycom Sports will continue its long-standing position as the syndication home of ACC content for overthe-air and regional cable network distribution in the ACC market and beyond.

an all-time high 304 overall appearances, including a record 184 appearances on national networks and 201 televised games.

games are scheduled to be televised.

Fox Sports Net and affiliates will televise 20 Sunday afternoon and evening games on a national basis, starting with College of Charleston at North Carolina (5:30) and Florida State hosting Florida (7:45) on November 28. This season, 14 of the 20 FSN Sunday games are conference match-ups. ACC Yearly Appearances & Games Appearances Year National Overall Games 1989-90 ................................132..............81 1990-91 ................................121..............74 1991-92 ................................159..............81 1992-93 .................66...........178..............94 1993-94 .................81...........170..............87 1994-95 ...............103...........182..............95 1995-96 ...............111...........201............130 1996-97 ...............107...........204............130 1997-98 ...............116...........206............133 1998-99 ...............118...........222............141 1999-00 ...............101...........213............138 2000-01 ...............101...........219............143 2001-02 ...............116...........224............145 2002-03 ...............135...........231............154 2003-04 ...............133...........231............152 2004-05 ...............132...........261............172 2005-06 ...............149...........261............172 2006-07 ...............157...........278............182 2007-08 ...............168...........287............187 2008-09 ...............173...........300............193 2009-10 ...............179...........296............193 2010-11 ...............184...........304............201


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2010-11 ACC Basketball Schedule

Monday, November 8 Seattle at Maryland .....................................CSN...... 8:00 Coaches vs. Cancer, College Park, Md. Wednesday, November 10 College of Charleston at Maryland ......... ESPNU..... 7:00 Coaches vs. Cancer, College Park, Md. Friday, November 12 St. Francis (NY) at Boston College ........................... 7:00 Lipscomb at North Carolina ..................... FSSO...... 7:00 Tennessee Tech at NC State ..................................... 7:00 William & Mary at Virginia ....................................... 7:00 Stetson at Wake Forest ............................................ 7:00 Charleston Southern at Georgia Tech....................... 7:30 Jacksonville at Miami ............................................... 7:30 Campbell at Virginia Tech ........................................ 7:30 Western Carolina at Clemson ................................... 8:00 North Florida at Florida State ................................... 9:00 Sunday, November 14 Maine at Maryland ........................... CSN/NESN...... 2:00 Florida State at UNCG ...................... FSSO/FSFL...... 3:30 Princeton at Duke, CBE Classic .............. ESPNU...... 5:00 Monday, November 15 USC Upstate at Virginia ............................................ 7:00 Hampton at Wake Forest ........................ ESPNU...... 7:00 Pre-Season NIT, Winston-Salem, N.C. Wofford at Clemson ................................................. 7:00 Georgia Tech at Kennesaw State ...... FSSO/FSFL...... 7:30 Miami at Memphis ....................................ESPNmidnight Tuesday, November 16 Virginia Tech at Kansas State ....................ESPN...... 4:00 Miami of Ohio at Duke, CBE Classic ....... ESPNU...... 7:30 Gardner-Webb at Florida State ...................FSFL...... 7:00 Wake Forest in Pre-Season NIT (W-Salem, N.C.) .. 7/9:30 Wednesday, November 17 Albany at Georgia Tech ............................................ 7:30 Legends Classic, Atlanta, Ga. Thursday, November 18 North Carolina vs. Hofstra .......................ESPN2...... 5:00 Coliseo de Puerto Rico, San Juan, P.R. NC State vs. East Carolina ........................................ 6:00 Charleston Classic, Charleston, S.C. Yale at Boston College ............................................. 7:00 Florida State at Florida International......................... 7:00 Maryland vs. Pittsburgh ..........................ESPN2...... 7:00 Coaches vs. Cancer, MSG, New York, N.Y. Virginia at Stanford ..................................... FSN.... 10:30 Friday, November 19 Clemson vs. Long Beach State ................................. 3:30 Paradise Jam, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas Maryland in Coaches vs. Cancer .............ESPN2... 5/7:00 Coaches vs. Cancer, MSG, New York, N.Y. North Carolina Central at Miami .................FSFL...... 7:00 Niagara at Georgia Tech ........................................... 7:30 Legends Classic, Atlanta, Ga. Colgate at Duke .......................................ESPN3...... 8:30 North Carolina in Puerto Rico Tip-Off .... ESPNU... 6/8:30 Coliseo de Puerto Rico, San Juan, P.R. NC State in Charleston Classic ............... ESPNU... 6/8:30 Carolina First Arena, Charleston, S.C. Saturday, November 20 Wake Forest vs. Elon (Greensboro Coliseum) .......... 8:00 Sunday, November 21 Virginia Tech at UNCG...................... CSN/NESN...... 1:00 Miami at Rutgers ..................................................... 4:00 NC State in Charleston Classic ............... ESPNU.........tba Carolina First Arena, Charleston, S.C. Clemson in Paradise Jam ............................................tba Paradise Jam, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas North Carolina in Puerto Rico Tip-Off .....ESPN2.........tba Coliseo de Puerto Rico, San Juan, P.R. Monday, November 22 Holy Cross at Boston College ................................... 7:00 Duke vs. Marquette .................................ESPN2...... 7:30 CBE Classic, Kansas City, Mo. Virginia vs. Washington ..........................ESPN2midnight Maui Invitational, Lahaina, Hawaii Clemson in Paradise Jam ............................................tba Paradise Jam, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas

Tuesday, November 23 UNC-Asheville at North Carolina .....FSSO/NESN...... 7:00 Mercer at Florida State ...............................FSFL...... 7:00 Delaware State at Maryland...................................... 8:00 Duke in CBE Classic ............................ ESPNU/2 7:45/10 CBE Classic, Kansas City, Mo. Virginia in Maui Invitational............ESPN2ESPN...4:30/9:30 Maui Invitational, Lahaina, Hawaii Wednesday, November 24 McNeese State at Miami .......................................... 7:30 Wake Forest in Pre-Season NIT ..............ESPN2... 7/9:00 Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. Virginia in Maui Invitational................... ESPN/U.........tba Maui Invitational, Lahaina, Hawaii Thursday, November 25 Boston College vs. Texas A&M ...............ESPN2.....Noon Old Spice Classic, Orlando, Fla. Virginia Tech vs. Cal State Northridge .... ESPNU...... 2:00 ESPN 76 Classic, Anaheim, Calif. Friday, November 26 Virginia Tech in ESPN 76 Classic ............ESPN2... 2:30/5 ESPN 76 Classic, Anaheim, Calif Georgia Tech vs. UTEP in Legends ClassicHDNet .... 5:30 Broadwalk Hall, Atlantic City, N.J. South Carolina State at Clemson.............................. 7:00 Elon at Maryland .........................................CSN...... 8:00 Boston College in Old Spice Classic ...... ESPN/U.........tba Old Spice Classic, Orlando, Fla. Wake Forest in Pre-Season NIT .......... ESPN2/U.........tba Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. Saturday, November 27 Duke vs. Oregon (Portland, Oregon) ....................... 4:00 Georgia Tech in Legends Classic ............ HDNet...... 5:30 Broadwalk Hall, Atlantic City, N.J. Fairleigh Dickinson at NC State .................FSSO...... 6:00 Miami at Florida Gulf Coast ...................................... 7:05 Sunday, November 28 College of Charleston at North Carolina ...... FSN...... 5:30 Florida at Florida State ................................ FSN...... 7:45 Virginia Tech in ESPN 76 Classic ............ESPN2.........tba ESPN 76 Classic, Anaheim, Calif. Boston College in Old Spice Classic .... ESPN2/U.........tba Old Spice Classic, Orlando, Fla.

ACC/Big Ten Challenge Monday, November 29 Virginia at Minnesota ..............................ESPN2...... 7:00 Tuesday, November 30 Georgia Tech at Northwestern.................ESPN2...... 7:00 Iowa at Wake Forest ............................... ESPNU...... 7:00 Ohio State at Florida State .........................ESPN...... 7:30 Michigan at Clemson ..............................ESPN2...... 9:00 North Carolina at Illinois ...........................ESPN...... 9:30 Wednesday, December 1 NC State at Wisconsin.............................ESPN2...... 7:15 Indiana at Boston College ...................... ESPNU...... 7:15 Purdue at Virginia Tech .............................ESPN...... 7:30 Maryland at Penn State ...........................ESPN2...... 9:15 Michigan State at Duke .............................ESPN...... 9:30 Tuesday, November 30 Mississippi at Miami ........................FSFL/NESN...... 7:00 Saturday, December 4 Kentucky at North Carolina .........................CBS.... 12:30 Holy Cross at Wake Forest ....................................... 1:00 Duke vs. Butler..........................................ESPN...... 3:15 East Rutherford, N.J. West Virginia at Miami ............................... SUN...... 4:00 NC State at Syracuse...............................ESPN2...... 5:30 Boston College at Massachusetts ...............................tba Sunday, December 5 Clemson at South Carolina........................FSSO...... 1:00 Virginia at Virginia Tech .............................. FSN...... 6:00 Hartford at Florida State ............................. SUN...... 7:00 Temple vs. Maryland ........................ MASN/FSN...... 8:00 BB&T Classic, Washington, D.C. Tuesday, December 7 Georgia at Georgia Tech ..........................ESPN2...... 7:00 Radford at Virginia ................................................... 7:00

Wednesday, December 8 North Carolina at Evansville ................... ESPNU...... 7:00 Providence at Boston College .................................. 7:00 UNCG at Maryland ......................................CSN...... 7:30 Bradley at Duke .......................................ESPN2...... 9:00 Saturday, December 11 Saint Louis at Duke .....................................CBS.... 12:00 USC Upstate at NC State (Reynolds Coliseum) ........ 2:00 Savannah State at Georgia Tech............................... 4:00 Long Beach State at North Carolina ..........FSSO...... 7:00 Sunday, December 12 Penn State at Virginia Tech .........................CSN...... 1:00 UNC Wilmington vs. Wake Forest ............MASN...... 2:00 Greensboro (N.C.) Coliseum Stetson at Miami ...................................................... 4:00 Boston College at Maryland ........................ FSN...... 4:00 Clemson at Florida State ............................. FSN...... 6:15 Wednesday, December 15 UNCG at Wake Forest ............................ ESPNU...... 7:00 Stetson at Florida State ..............................FSFL...... 9:00 Thursday, December 16 Youngstown State at NC State ................................. 7:00 Friday, December 17 Savannah State at Clemson...................................... 7:00 Oregon at Virginia .......................................CSN...... 8:00 Saturday, December 18 UCF vs. Miami ............................SUN/FSFL/CSN...... 2:00 Orange Bowl Classic, Sunrise, Fla. Texas vs. North Carolina .............................CBS...... 4:00 Greensboro (N.C.) Coliseum Wake Forest at Xavier ........................... CBS CS...... 8:00 Florida State at Loyola Marymount ........ ESPNU.... 11:00 Richmond vs. Georgia Tech ........................................tba Battle at Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas Mississippi State vs. Virginia Tech ..............................tba Battle at Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas Sunday, December 19 UNCG at Clemson .....................................FSSO...... 2:00 Bryant at Boston College .......................................... 3:00 Arizona at NC State ..................................... FSN...... 4:45 Monday, December 20 Elon at Duke ....................................FSSO/NESN...... 7:00 Norfolk State at Virginia ........................................... 7:00 Tuesday, December 21 William & Mary at North Carolina ...........ESPN2...... 7:00 Presbyterian at Wake Forest .................................... 7:00 Miami vs. Oral Roberts ...............................................tba Las Vegas Holiday Hoops Classic; Las Vegas, Nev. Wednesday, December 22 Bucknell at Boston College....................................... 7:00 Clemson at College of Charleston ...FSSO/NESN...... 7:00 Delaware State at NC State....................................... 7:00 Seattle at Virginia ..................................................... 7:00 NJIT at Maryland ...................................................... 8:00 Georgia Tech at Siena .................................................tba Miami vs. Rice ............................................................tba Las Vegas Holiday Hoops Classic; Las Vegas, Nev. Thursday, December 23 Florida State vs. Hawai’i ......................... ESPNU..1:00am Diamond Head Classic; Honolulu, Hawaii Virginia Tech at St. Bonaventure .............................. 7:00 Miami vs. Akron ..........................................................tba Las Vegas Holiday Hoops Classic Florida State in Diamond Head Classic ....ESPN2.... 10:00 Honolulu, Hawaii Friday, December 24 Florida State in Diamond Head Classic ... ESPNU12:30am Honolulu, Hawaii Saturday, December 25 Florida State in Diamond Head Classic ....ESPN2.........tba Honolulu, Hawaii Monday, December 27 Fordham at Georgia Tech ......................................... 1:00 Delaware State at Clemson ...................................... 7:00


2010-11 ACC Basketball Schedule Tuesday, December 28 Alabama A&M at NC State ....................................... 7:00 North Carolina vs. Rutgers ......................ESPN2...... 9:00 Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. Wednesday, December 29 Duke at UNCG ........................................ ESPNU...... 7:00 Boston College at Rhode Island ............................... 7:00 East Carolina at Clemson ......................................... 7:00 North Florida at Maryland ........................................ 8:00 Wake Forest at Richmond ...........................................tba Thursday, December 30 USC Upstate at Virginia Tech ................................... 2:00 Pepperdine at Miami ................................................ 6:00 Iowa State at Virginia ..................................CSN..... 8:00 Friday, December 31 Mercer at Georgia Tech ............................................ 1:00 Saturday, January 1 San Diego at NC State ...............................FSSO.....Noon Boston College at South Carolina ........... ESPNU...... 5:30 Sunday, January 2 Gonzaga at Wake Forest .............................. FSN...... 1:00 Mount St. Mary’s at Virginia Tech ............................ 2:00 St. Francis (Pa.) at North Carolina.......FSSO/SUN/NESN .......3:30 The Citadel at Clemson ............................................ 4:00 Charlotte at Georgia Tech ......................................... 5:00 LSU at Virginia ............................................ FSN...... 5:30 Miami at Duke ............................................. FSN...... 7:45 Monday, January 3 Florida State at Auburn ............................................ 8:00 Tuesday, January 4 Colgate at Maryland ......................... CSN/NESN...... 8:00 Howard at Virginia ................................................... 7:00 Wednesday, January 5 Harvard at Boston College........................................ 7:00 UAB at Duke ............................................ESPN2...... 7:00 NC State at Elon ....................................................... 7:00 High Point at Wake Forest ........................................ 7:00 Saturday, January 8 North Carolina at Virginia ..............ACC Network.....Noon Wake Forest at NC State................ACC Network...... 2:30 Florida State at Virginia Tech ..................ESPN2...... 3:00 Georgia Tech at Boston College ................. RSN...... 4:00 Miami at Clemson .................................. ESPNU...... 6:00 Sunday, January 9 Maryland at Duke ........................................ FSN...... 8:00 Tuesday, January 11 Georgia Tech at Clemson ........................... RSN...... 7:00 NC State at Boston College .................... ESPNU...... 9:00 Wednesday, January 12 Maryland at Wake Forest...............ACC Network...... 8:00 Duke at Florida State .................................ESPN...... 9:00 Thursday, January 13 Virginia Tech at North Carolina ...#ESPN/ESPN2...... 9:00 Saturday, January 15 Maryland at Villanova ..................................CBS...... 1:00 Virginia at Duke.........................................ESPN...... 2:00 NC State at Florida State ...............ACC Network...... 4:00 Boston College at Miami ........................ ESPNU...... 6:00 Wake Forest at Virginia Tech .........ACC Network...... 8:00 Sunday, January 16 North Carolina at Georgia Tech ................... FSN...... 7:45 Tuesday, January 18 Clemson at North Carolina ............ACC Network...... 8:00 Wednesday, January 19 Wake Forest at Georgia Tech ................. ESPNU...... 7:00 Duke at NC State .......................................ESPN...... 7:00 Virginia at Boston College ........................................ 7:00 Florida State at Miami ................................ RSN...... 9:00 Thursday, January 20 Virginia Tech at Maryland ...........#ESPN/ESPN2...... 9:00

Saturday, January 22 Georgia Tech at Virginia ................ACC Network.....Noon Clemson at Maryland ....................ACC Network...... 2:30 Boston College at Florida State .............. ESPNU...... 7:00 Longwood at Virginia Tech ...................................... 7:00 Duke at Wake Forest .................................ESPN...... 4:00 Sunday, January 23 Miami at NC State .........................ACC Network.... 12:00 Tuesday, January 25 NC State at Clemson .................................. RSN...... 7:00 Virginia Tech at Georgia Tech .................... RSN...... 9:00 Wednesday, January 26 North Carolina at Miami ..............#ESPN/ESPN2...... 7:30 Thursday, January 27 Maryland at Virginia ....................................CSN...... 7:00 Boston College at Duke .................ACC Network...... 8:00 Saturday, January 29 Florida State at Clemson ...............ACC Network.... 12:00 NC State at North Carolina ........................ESPN...... 2:00 Virginia at Wake Forest .................ACC Network...... 4:00 Sunday, January 30 Duke at St. John’s .......................................CBS...... 1:00 Miami at Virginia Tech ................................ FSN...... 5:30 Maryland at Georgia Tech ........................... FSN...... 7:45 Tuesday, February 1 Wake Forest at Florida State..................................... 7:00 North Carolina at Boston College ..ACC Network...... 9:00 Wednesday, February 2 Virginia Tech at NC State ............#ESPN/ESPN2...... 7:00 Duke at Maryland ......................................ESPN...... 9:00 Clemson at Virginia ................................ ESPNU...... 9:00 Thursday, February 3 Georgia Tech at Miami ................#ESPN/ESPN2...... 7:00 Sunday, February 5 Virginia Tech at Boston College ............................... 1:00 Clemson at Georgia Tech ... ACC Network (split)...... 1:00 Wake Forest at Maryland.... ACC Network (split)...... 1:00 Virginia at Miami ...................................................... 2:00 NC State at Duke .........................#ESPN/ESPN2...... 6:00 Sunday, February 6 Florida State at North Carolina .................... FSN...... 2:00 Tuesday, February 8 Boston College at Clemson .................... ESPNU...... 9:00 Wednesday, February 9 Miami at Wake Forest ................................ RSN...... 7:00 Longwood at Maryland ............................................ 8:00 North Carolina at Duke ........ACC Network/ESPN...... 9:00 Thursday, February 10 Florida State at Georgia Tech ......#ESPN/ESPN2...... 7:00 Saturday, February 12 Maryland at Boston College ... ACC Network (split)....... 1:00 North Carolina at Clemson ..... ACC Network (split)....... 1:00 Virginia at Florida State .............................. RSN...... 3:00 Sunday, February 13 Georgia Tech at Virginia TechACC Network (split) ... 1:00 NC State at Wake Forest..... ACC Network (split)...... 1:00 Duke at Miami ............................................. FSN...... 6:45 Tuesday, February 15 Wake Forest at North Carolina ....ACC Network (split) ....... 8:00 Maryland at Virginia Tech ...........ACC Network (split) ....... 8:00 Miami at UNCG ........................................................ 7:00 Wednesday, February 16 Duke at Virginia...........................#ESPN/ESPN2...... 7:00 UT-Chattanooga at Georgia Tech ............................. 7:30 Thursday, February 17 Clemson at NC State ...................#ESPN/ESPN2...... 7:00

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Saturday, February 19 Virginia Tech at Virginia ........... ACC Network (split) ....... 1:00 Florida State at Wake Forest..... ACC Network (split) ....... 1:00 Boston College at North Carolina ....... #ESPN/ESPN2 ....... 4:00 Sunday, February 20 Clemson at Miami .................................. ESPNU...... 3:30 NC State at Maryland .................................. FSN...... 5:30 Georgia Tech at Duke .................................. FSN...... 7:45 Tuesday, February 22 Virginia Tech at Wake Forest ...................ESPN2...... 7:00 Wednesday, February 23 Miami at Boston College .......................................... 7:00 Temple at Duke .......................................ESPN2...... 7:00 Virginia at Georgia Tech ......................... ESPNU...... 7:00 Florida State at Maryland ....... ACC Network (split)....... 9:00 North Carolina at NC State ..... ACC Network (split)....... 9:00 Saturday, February 26 Boston College at Virginia .......................... RSN.....Noon Miami at Florida State ............ ACC Network (split)....... 2:00 Georgia Tech at NC State ....... ACC Network (split)....... 2:00 Wake Forest at Clemson ............................ RSN...... 4:00 Duke at Virginia Tech (ESPN Game Day) ....ESPN...... 9:00 Sunday, February 27 Maryland at North Carolina ......................... FSN...... 7:45 Tuesday, March 1 NC State at Virginia .................................... RSN...... 7:00 Boston College at Virginia Tech ............. ESPNU...... 9:00 Wednesday, March 2 North Carolina at Florida State ....#ESPN/ESPN2...... 7:00 Maryland at Miami ................................. ESPNU...... 7:00 Clemson at Duke .........................#ESPN/ESPN2...... 9:00 Thursday, March 3 Georgia Tech at Wake Forest ........ACC Network...... 8:00 Saturday, March 5 Virginia Tech at Clemson ............#ESPN/ESPN2.....Noon Virginia at Maryland ......................ACC Network...... 2:00 Duke at North Carolina ................................CBS...... 8:00 Sunday, March 6 Wake Forest at Boston College......ACC Network.....Noon Miami at Georgia Tech ..................ACC Network...... 2:30 Florida State at NC State ............................. FSN...... 6:15

2011 ACC Tournament Greensboro (N.C.) Coliseum First Round - Thursday, March 10 Game 1 (#8 vs. #9) ............................... ACC Network ......Noon Game 2 (#5 vs. #12) ............................. ACC Network ....... 2:00 Game 3 (#7 vs. #10) .......................................ESPN2 ....... 7:00 Game 4 (#6 vs. #11) ............................. ACC Network ....... 9:00 Quarterfinals - Friday, March 11 Game 5 (#1 vs. 8/9 winner) ...... ACC Network/ESPN2 ......Noon Game 6 (#4 vs. 5/12 winner) .... ACC Network/ESPN2 ....... 2:00 Game 7 (#2 vs. 7/10 winner) .... ACC Network/ESPN2 ....... 7:00 Game 8 (#3 vs. 6/11 winner) .... ACC Network/ESPN2 ....... 9:00 Semifinals - Saturday, March 12 Game 9 (game 5 & 6 winners) .... ACC Network/ESPN ....... 1:00 Game 10 (game 7 & 8 winners) .. ACC Network/ESPN ....... 3:00 Finals - Sunday, March 13 Game 11 (championship game) .. ACC Network/ESPN ....... 1:00 CSN ............................................Comcast SportsNet FSFL ....................................... Fox Sports Net Florida FSN ...................................Fox Sports Net & Affiliates FSSO ........................................Fox Sports Net South NESN ........................... New England Sports Network RSN ......................................Regional Cable Partners SUN ...............................................Sunshine Network ESPN and ESPN2 are scheduling some game choices as #ESPN/ESPN2. ESPN will make a decision on these games seven-to-10 days prior.


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ACC/Big Ten Challenge XII Challenge Results

1999 (ACC 5-4)

Wake Forest d. Wisconsin ..................67-48 .........ACC 1-0 Maryland d. Iowa ...............................83-65 .........ACC 2-0 Duke d. Illinois ...................................72-69 .........ACC 3-0 Minnesota d. Virginia .........................74-62 .........ACC 3-1 Michigan d. Georgia Tech ..................80-77 .........ACC 3-2 NC State d. Purdue.............................61-59 .........ACC 4-2 Michigan St. d. N. Carolina ................86-76 .........ACC 4-3 Florida State d. Northwestern.............60-46 .........ACC 5-3 Penn State d. Clemson .......................85-75 .........ACC 5-4

2000 (ACC 5-4)

Wake Forest d. Michigan ....................71-60 .........ACC 1-0 Clemson d. Northwestern ..................57-44 .........ACC 2-0 Duke d. Illinois ...................................78-77 .........ACC 3-0 Iowa d. Georgia Tech .........................85-67 .........ACC 3-1 Virginia d. Purdue ..............................98-79 .........ACC 4-1 Michigan State d. N. Carolina .............77-64 .........ACC 4-2 Minnesota d. Florida State .................76-71 .........ACC 4-3 Wisconsin d. Maryland (ot) ................78-75 .........Tied 4-4 NC State d. Penn State .......................84-76 .........ACC 5-4

2001 (ACC 5-3)

Maryland d. Illinois ............................76-63 .........ACC 1-0 Ohio State d. NC State........................64-50 .........Tied 1-1 Duke d. Iowa ......................................80-62 .........ACC 2-1 Wake Forest d. Minnesota ..................85-79 .........ACC 3-1 Georgia Tech d. Wisconsin ................62-61 .........ACC 4-1 Michigan St. & Virginia cancelled Clemson d. Penn State .......................79-66 .........ACC 5-1 Indiana d. North Carolina ...................79-66 .........ACC 5-2 Northwestern d. Florida State.............57-50 .........ACC 5-3

2002 (ACC 5-4)

Florida State d. Iowa ..........................80-67 .........ACC 1-0 Duke d. Ohio State .............................91-76 .........ACC 2-0 Clemson d. Penn State .......................79-70 .........ACC 3-0 Indiana d. Maryland (ot).....................80-74 .........ACC 3-1 Illinois d. North Carolina ....................92-65 .........ACC 3-2 Minnesota d. Georgia Tech ................64-63 .........Tied 3-3 NC State d. Northwestern...................74-49 .........ACC 4-3 Michigan State d. Virginia ..................82-75 .........Tied 4-4 Wake Forest d. Wisconsin ..................90-80 .........ACC 5-4

2003 (ACC 7-2)

Florida State d. Northwestern.............71-53 .........ACC 1-0 Wake Forest d. Indiana.....................100-67 .........ACC 2-0 Michigan d. NC State .........................68-61 .........ACC 2-1 North Carolina d. Illinois ....................88-81 .........ACC 3-1 Maryland d. Wisconsin ......................73-67 .........ACC 4-1 Georgia Tech d. Ohio State ................73-53 .........ACC 5-1 Purdue d. Clemson ............................76-64 .........ACC 5-2 Duke d. Michigan State ......................72-50 .........ACC 6-2 Virginia d. Minnesota .........................86-78 .........ACC 7-2

Challenge Results by Team

2006 (ACC 8-3)

NC State d. Michigan .........................74-67 .........ACC 1-0 #19 Maryland d. Illinois .....................72-66 .........ACC 2-0 #12 Wisconsin d. Florida State ..........81-66 .........ACC 2-1 #21 Georgia Tech d. Penn State .........77-73 .........ACC 3-1 #10 Duke d. Indiana ...........................54-51 .........ACC 4-1 Northwestern d. Miami ......................61-59 .........ACC 4-2 Boston College d. Michigan State ......65-58 .........ACC 5-2 Purdue d. #25 Virginia .......................61-59 .........ACC 5-3 Virginia Tech d. Iowa .........................69-65 .........ACC 6-3 #6 North Carolina d. #1 Ohio State ....98-89 .........ACC 7-3 Clemson d. Minnesota .......................90-68 .........ACC 8-3

2007 (ACC 8-3)

Wake Forest d. Iowa...........................56-47 .........ACC 1-0 Indiana d. Georgia Tech .....................83-79 ......... tied 1-1 Virginia d. Northwestern ....................94-52 .........ACC 2-1 Florida State d. Minnesota .................75-61 .........ACC 3-1 #7 Duke d. #20 Wisconsin .................82-58 .........ACC 4-1 #18 Clemson d. Purdue .....................61-58 .........ACC 5-1 Boston College d. Michigan ...............77-64 .........ACC 6-1 #10 Michigan State d. NC State .........81-58 .........ACC 6-2 Maryland d. Illinois ............................69-61 .........ACC 7-2 #1 North Carolina d. Ohio State .........66-55 .........ACC 8-2 Penn State d. Virginia Tech ................66-61 .........ACC 8-3

2008 (ACC 6-5)

#22 Wisconsin d. Virginia Tech..........74-72 ... Big Ten 1-0 Boston College d. Iowa ......................57-55 .........Tied 1-1 Ohio State d. #21 Miami ....................73-68 ... Big Ten 2-1 Clemson d. Illinois .............................76-74 .........Tied 2-2 #7 Duke d. #9 Purdue ........................76-60 .........ACC 3-2 Minnesota d. Virginia .........................66-56 .........Tied 3-3 #15 Wake Forest d. Indiana................83-58 .........ACC 4-3 Penn State d. Georgia Tech ................85-83 .........Tied 4-4 Maryland d. Michigan ........................75-70 .........ACC 5-4 #1 No. Carolina d. #13 Michigan St. ..98-63 .........ACC 6-4 Northwestern d. Florida State.............73-59 .........ACC 6-5

2009 (Big Ten 6-5)

Penn State d. Virginia.........................69-66 ... Big Ten 1-0 Northwestern d. NC State...................65-53 ... Big Ten 2-0 #4 Purdue d. Wake Forest ..................69-58 ... Big Ten 3-0 Maryland d. Indiana ...........................80-68 ... Big Ten 3-1 #10 North Carolina d. #9 Michigan St. ..89-82 ... Big Ten 3-2 Virginia Tech d. Iowa .........................70-64 .........Tied 3-3 Illinois d. #18 Clemson ......................76-74 ... Big Ten 4-3 Boston College d. Michigan ...............62-58 .........Tied 4-4 Miami d. Minnesota ...........................63-58 .........ACC 5-4 Wisconsin d. #6 Duke ........................73-69 .........Tied 5-5 #15 Ohio State d. #21 Florida State....77-64 ... Big Ten 6-5

2004 (ACC 7-2)

NC State d. Purdue.............................60-53 .........ACC 1-0 Georgia Tech d. Michigan ..................88-68 .........ACC 2-0 Florida State d. Minnesota .................70-69 .........ACC 3-0 Duke d. Michigan State ......................81-74 .........ACC 4-0 Wisconsin d. Maryland ......................69-64 .........ACC 4-1 Illinois d. Wake Forest ........................91-73 .........ACC 4-2 Clemson d. Ohio State .......................80-73 .........ACC 5-2 North Carolina d. Indiana ...................70-63 .........ACC 6-2 Virginia d. Northwestern ....................48-44 .........ACC 7-2

2005 (ACC 6-5)

Ohio State d. Virginia Tech.................69-56 ... Big Ten 1-0 Wake Forest d. Wisconsin ..................91-88 .........Tied 1-1 Florida State d. Purdue.......................97-57 .........ACC 2-1 Clemson d. Penn State .......................96-88 .........ACC 3-1 Illinois d. North Carolina ....................68-64 .........ACC 3-2 Michigan d. Miami .............................74-53 .........Tied 3-3 Michigan St. d. Georgia Tech .............88-86 ... Big Ten 4-3 Maryland d. Minnesota ......................83-66 .........Tied 4-4 Virginia d. Northwestern ....................72-57 .........ACC 5-4 Duke d. Indiana ..................................75-67 .........ACC 6-4 Iowa d. NC State ................................45-42 .........ACC 6-5

Challenge Attendance Year G Total Average 1999 ........... 9 ...........117,614 .......... 13,068 2000 ........... 9 ...........103,940 .......... 11,549 2001 ........... 8 .............89,914 .......... 11,239 2002 ........... 9 ...........106,978 .......... 11,886 2003 ........... 9 ...........111,605 .......... 12,401 2004 ........... 9 ...........100,896 .......... 11,211 2005 ......... 11 ...........140,960 .......... 12,815 2006 ......... 11 ...........131,265 .......... 11,933 2007 ......... 11 ...........134,814 .......... 12,256 2008 ......... 11 ...........128,188 .......... 11,653 Totals ..... 97 ..... 1,166,174........ 12,022 The single game attendance record for the Challenge is 25,267 set by North Carolina and Michigan State at Ford Field in Detroit, Mich., Dec. 3, 2008.

ACC H Boston College......... 2-0 Clemson .................. 4-2 Duke ........................ 3-0 Florida State............. 4-1 Georgia Tech ........... 3-1 Maryland.................. 5-0 Miami ...................... 2-1 North Carolina ......... 3-3 NC State................... 4-2 Virginia .................... 4-2 Virginia Tech ............ 1-1 Wake Forest ............. 5-0

R 3-0 4-2 3-2 2-5 1-4 3-1 0-2 3-2 1-4 1-4 2-2 3-3

N 0-0 0-0 4-0 0-0 0-1 1-2 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

W-L 5-0 8-4 10-2 6-6 4-6 9-3 2-3 7-5 5-6 5-6 3-3 8-3

Big Ten H Illinois ...................... 2-2 Indiana ..................... 1-4 Iowa ......................... 2-2 Michigan .................. 2-4 Michigan State .......... 4-2 Minnesota ................ 3-2 Northwestern ........... 3-2 Ohio State ................ 4-2 Penn State ............... 2-3 Purdue ..................... 4-2 Wisconsin ................ 4-1

R 3-2 1-3 0-3 0-3 1-4 1-6 2-5 1-2 3-3 0-4 1-5

N 0-3 1-0 0-2 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0

W-L 5-7 3-7 2-7 3-7 5-6 4-8 5-7 5-5 5-6 4-6 6-6

Home teams are 71-39 in ACC-Big Ten Challenge play ... the ACC is 40-13 on its home court while the Big Ten is 31-26 ... there have been nine “neutral site” games, with the ACC holding a 6-3 advantage.

 The ACC has won 10 of the 11 Challenges played to date ... ACC teams have won 67 of the 108 games played in the Challenge ... Boston College (5-0) is the only undefeated team in Challenge play.  A year ago, the Big Ten won its first Challenge by a 6-to-5 margin ... road teams won six of the 11 games and six games were decided by six points or less.  The ACC (.665) and the Big Ten (.619) rank first and third, respectively, among conferences in NCAA Tournament winning percentage.  Since 1988, the ACC (23) and the Big Ten (17) have had 40 of the 92 teams in the Final Four and have won 10 national titles.  Teams that lead at halftime are 79-27 (.745) in Challenge play ... there have been two ties at halftime ... the largest halftime deficit overcome was 20 points (27-to-47) by Illinois in a 76-74 win over Clemson in 2009 ... the ACC has won 18 games after trailing at halftime, the Big Ten nine.  Teams that shoot 50 percent or better in Challenge play are 32-8 (.800) ... the lowest field-goal percentage by a winning team was 29.8 percent by Iowa in a 45-42 win over NC State in 2005.  57 of the 108 Challenge games played to date have had at least one ranked team ... 26 games have had both teams ranked ... in the 2001 game between Michigan State and Virginia that was cancelled because of a slippery floor, both teams were ranked.


Blue Devils 2010 National Champions Duke captures 2010 National Title

By the Numbers

4 - National Championships won by Duke’s Mike Krzyze-

Duke claimed its fourth NCAA Championship, defeating Butler 61-59, before 70,930 in Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium ... the Blue Devils now have NCAA titles in three consecutive decades with championship game wins in 1991, 1992, 2001 and 2010 ... Duke’s Kyle Singler averaged 20.0 points, 8.5 rebounds and 3.5 assists en route to being named the Most Outstanding Player of the Final Four.

wski, tying him with Kentucky’s Adolph Rupp for second most among coaches in Division I.

5 - Over the past 10 years (2001-2010), the ACC has won as many National Championships (5) as all of the other conferences combined.

14.2 - Duke’s 61-59 victory over Butler on CBS earned a 14.2 national rating and 23 share - the NCAA Tournament championship game’s highest TV rating since 2005.

2010 NCAA Tournament Results Duke (#1 South) #1 Duke d. #16 Arkansas-Pine Bluff........... 73-44 #1 Duke d. #8 California............................. 68-53 #1 Duke d. #4 Purdue ................................ 70-57 #1 Duke d. #3 Baylor.................................. 78-71 #1 Duke d. #2 West Virginia....................... 78-57 #1 Duke d. #5 Butler .................................. 61-59 Maryland (#4 Midwest) #4 Maryland d. #13 Houston...................... 89-77 #5 Michigan State d. #4 Maryland ............. 85-83 Georgia Tech (#10 Midwest) #10 Georgia Tech d. #7 Oklahoma State...... 64-59 #2 Ohio State d. #10 Georgia Tech ............ 75-66 Wake Forest (#9 East) #9 Wake Forest d. #8 Texas ................... ot 81-80 #1 Kentucky d. #9 Wake Forest .................. 90-60 Clemson (#7 East) #10 Missouri d. #7 Clemson ...................... 86-78 Florida State (#9 West) #8 Gonzaga d. #9 Florida State .................. 67-60 Final Four Most Outstanding Player 1963 1974 1982 1991 1992 1993 2001 2002 2005 2009 2010

Art Heyman, Duke David Thompson, NC State James Worthy, North Carolina Christian Laettner, Duke Bobby Hurley, Duke Donald Williams, North Carolina Shane Battier, Duke Juan Dixon, Maryland Sean May, North Carolina Wayne Ellington, North Carolina Kyle Singler, Duke

23 - With a 9-5 mark in the 2010 NCAA Tournament, the ACC extends its non-losing streak in NCAA Tournament play to 23 straight years.

77 - NCAA Tournament wins by Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski, the most all-time.

Duke (61) vs. Butler (59)

ACC National Titles

Duke’s victory over Butler in the 2010 NCAA Championship Game marked the second straight national title for the ACC, and fifth in the last 10 years ... overall, four ACC teams - Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, NC State - have won 12 National Championships since the league’s inception in 1953-54. ACC National Champions 2010 ................... Duke Blue Devils 2009 ....... North Carolina Tar Heels 2005 ....... North Carolina Tar Heels 2002 ............... Maryland Terrapins 2001 ................... Duke Blue Devils 1993 ....... North Carolina Tar Heels 1992 ................... Duke Blue Devils 1991 ................... Duke Blue Devils 1983 .................NC State Wolfpack 1982 ....... North Carolina Tar Heels 1974 .................NC State Wolfpack 1957 ....... North Carolina Tar Heels

BUTLER Min FG 3Pt FT R PF A TO B S TP Gordon Hayward (f) ... 40 2-11 0-3 8-8 8 1 1 1 0 1 12 Willie Veasley (f)........ 38 1-9 0-5 0-0 3 2 3 2 0 0 2 Matt Howard (f) ......... 19 3-8 0-0 5-8 4 4 0 1 0 0 11 Shelvin Mack (g) ....... 31 5-14 2-4 0-0 5 1 2 2 0 2 12 Ronald Nored (g) ....... 27 3-8 1-2 0-0 6 3 1 2 0 1 7 Shawn Vanzant .......... 15 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 Zach Hahn ................. 11 1-1 1-1 0-0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 Avery Jukes ............... 18 4-6 2-3 0-2 4 4 0 0 0 0 10 Andrew Smith .............. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals ...................... 200 20-58 6-18 13-18 35 18 7 8 0 4 59 .345 .333 .722 DUKE Min Kyle Singler (f) .......... 40 Lance Thomas (f) ...... 35 Brian Zoubek (c) ........ 31 Nolan Smith (g) ......... 40 Jon Scheyer (g) ......... 37 Mason Plumlee ............ 3 Andre Dawkins ............ 5 Miles Plumlee .............. 9 Totals ...................... 200

FG 3Pt FT R PF A TO 7-13 3-6 2-2 9 1 2 2 3-5 0-0 0-0 4 4 0 3 3-4 0-0 2-4 10 4 1 1 5-15 1-5 2-5 3 0 4 3 5-12 1-5 4-5 6 3 5 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-2 0-0 0-0 3 2 0 1 23-52 5-17 10-16 37 14 12 12 .442 .294 .625

B S TP 2 1 19 0 2 6 2 0 8 0 0 13 2 1 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 7 5 61

Officials: John Cahill, Tom Eades, Ted Valentine Butler ..................32 27 59 Duke ...................33 28 61 Attendance: 70,930

Blue Devil Destiny Duke 73, Arkansas-Pine Bluff 44 Duke 68, California 53 The top-seeded Blue Devils never trail as they open NCAA play with a solid 73-44 win over 16th seed Arkansas-Pine Bluff in South Region action at Jacksonville, Fla. ... junior forward Kyle Singler leads the Blue Devils with 22 points and 10 rebounds ... Jon Scheyer adds 13 points, while Lance Thomas has 12 and Nolan Smith 10 ... Duke improves to 30-5 with the victory, marking the 11th time it has hit the 30-win plateau under head coach Mike Krzyzewski ... Tavaris Washington leads the Golden Lions (18-16) with nine points.

Nolan Smith’s 20 points lead Duke’s scoring and Kyle Singler adds 17, but a stout defensive effort spells the difference as the Blue Devils defeat California in the second round of the NCAA South Regional at Jacksonville, Fla. ... Duke (31-5) limits the Bears (2411) to a .396 shooting night from the floor ... Smith’s defensive play limits Pac-10 Player of the Year Jerome Randle to 12 points on 5-for-12 shooting ... Brian Zoubek has 14 points and 13 rebounds as the Blue Devils reach the “Sweet 16” for 25th time and the 19th time under head coach Mike Krzyzewski.

Duke 70, Purdue 57

With Kyle Singler scoring 24 points and Jon Scheyer adding 18, Duke uses a strong second half to turn back Purdue in the South Regional semifinal game at Houston ... Duke (32-5) advances to the NCAA’s “Elite Eight” for the 18th time in school history ... JaJuan Johnson scored 23 points to lead Purdue (29-6), which trails by just one point at halftime but sees the Blue Devils shoot 58 percent in the second half. Nolan Smith adds 15 points for Duke, and Brian Zoubek pulls down 14 rebounds to key the Blue Devils to a whopping a 48-27 edge on the boards.

Duke 78, Baylor 71

Nolan Smith’s career-high 29 points help the Blue Devils (33-5) find some breathing room in the final minutes of an air-tight game against third-seeded Baylor in the South Regional final at Houston ... the victory sends Duke to Indianapolis for its 15th Final Four ... Smith hits a tiebreaking 3-pointer with 3:33 remaining immediately after missing a free throw ... Lance Thomas grabs the rebound – one of Duke’s 17 offensive boards in the secondhalf – and kicks the ball back out to Smith for the 3-pointer ... Jon Scheyer hits five 3-pointers and adds 20 points for the Blue Devils.

Duke 78, West Virginia 57

The Blue Devils are the only No. 1 Regional seed to reach the Final Four, and they live up to their billing with a convincing 21-point win over No. 2 West Virginia in the NCAA semifinal at Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium ... Jon Scheyer scores a game-high 23 points to lead Duke (34-5) into the national championship game for for the 10th time in school history and eighth time under head coach Mike Krzyzewski ... Kyle Singler scores 21 points for the Blue Devils and Nolan Smith adds 19 points and six assists ... an aggressive Duke defense limits the Mountaineers to 41 percent from the floor.

Duke 61, Butler 59

The Blue Devils sit atop the college basketball world for the fourth time following a heart-stopping 61-59 win over fifth-seeded and hometown favorite Butler in the NCAA title game ... the game’s outcome isn’t decided until Butler’s Gordon Hayward sees his half-court shot at the buzzer – a potential game-winning 3-pointer – carom off the backboard and rim out ... Brian Zoubek grabs a game-high 10 rebounds for Duke (35-5) ... Kyle Singler leads the Blue Devils with 19 points and is named the Final Four’s Most Outstanding Player.


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2009-10 ACC Standings ACC Games Team W L Pct. Hm Duke ..........................13 3 .813 8-0 Maryland....................13 3 .813 8-0 Florida State...............10 6 .625 5-3 Virginia Tech..............10 6 .625 7-1 Wake Forest .................9 7 .600 7-1 Clemson ......................9 7 .600 7-1 Georgia Tech ...............7 9 .438 6-2 Boston College ............6 10 .375 5-3 North Carolina .............5 11 .313 3-5 Virginia ........................5 11 .313 3-5 NC State.......................5 11 .313 3-5 Miami...........................4 12 .250 4-4 Bold denotes 2010 ACC Champion

Rd 5-3 5-3 5-3 3-5 2-6 2-6 1-7 1-7 2-6 2-6 2-6 0-8

W 35 24 22 25 20 21 23 15 20 15 20 20

L 5 9 10 9 11 11 13 16 17 16 16 13

Overall Pct. .875 .727 .688 .735 .645 .656 .639 .484 .541 .484 .556 .606

Duke captures the ACC’s fifth national title in 10 years, Hm 17-0 15-1 14-3 17-2 13-2 14-2 14-2 11-6 14-5 11-6 10-7 12-4

Rd Nu 5-5 13-0 8-3 1-5 5-5 3-2 6-6 2-1 5-7 2-2 5-6 2-3 3-8 6-3 3-7 1-3 4-8 2-4 2-8 2-2 5-8 5-1 2-8 6-1

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onship, defeating Butler 61-59, before 70,930 in Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium. The Blue Devils now have NCAA titles in three consecutive decades with championship game wins in 1991, 1992, 2001 and 2010. Kyle Singler averages 20.0 points and 8.5 rebounds en route to being named the Most Outstanding Player of the Final Four.

 Over the past 10 years (2001-2010), the ACC has won

as many National Championships (5) as all of the other conferences combined. NCAA Titles (2001-2010) ACC ............... 5 Big East ...............2

SEC ....................... 2 Big 12.................... 1

ACC National Title Teams 2010 - Duke Blue Devils 2009 - North Carolina Tar Heels 2005 - North Carolina Tar Heels 2002 - Maryland Terrapins 2001 - Duke Blue Devils

 For the second time in four years, 10 ACC teams

finished the season with 20 or more wins ... the ACC is the only conference in Division I history to have 10 teams win 20 or more games in a single season.

 All four Duke championships have come under head

coach Mike Krzyzewski, who is now tied with Kentucky’s Adolph Rupp for the second most NCAA titles by a Division I head coach. UCLA’s John Wooden leads all coaches with 10 national titles.

 With a 9-5 mark in this year’s NCAA Tournament, the ACC extends its non-losing streak in NCAA Tournament play to 23 straight years. NCAA Tournament Non-Losing Streaks ACC ..............23 Big East .............18 Big 12..................9

Pac-10 .................. 6 Big Ten ................. 4 SEC ....................... 1

En route to winning their first national

championship since 2001, and fourth overall, Duke’s Blue Devils posted wins over Arkansas-Pine Bluff (73-44), California (68-53), Purdue (70-57), Baylor (78-71), West Virginia (78-57) and Butler (61-59). Duke’s six NCAA wins were by an average win margin of 14.5 points per game.

 Since 1981, the ACC has won more NCAA titles (10) than any other conference. The Big East and the SEC are tied for second with five. NCAA Titles (1981-2010) ACC ...............10 Big East ............... 5 Southeastern ....... 5 Big Ten ................ 4 Pac-10 ................. 2

Big 12..................... 1 Big Eight................. 1 Metro ..................... 1 Big West................. 1

and the 12th overall, with a 61-59 win over Butler before 70,930 in Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium ... Duke’s Kyle Singler named MOP of the Final Four ... the ACC places nine teams in post season play, including six in the NCAA Tournament ... Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski is the all-time winningest coach in NCAA Tournament history with 77 wins.

The ACC remains the winningest conference in NCAA

Tournament history ... since the ACC’s inaugural season in 1953-54, league teams are a combined 347-175 (.665).

Three teams - North Carolina, NC State and Virginia

Tech - earn NIT bids ... the Tar Heels advance to to the championship game before losing 79-68 to Dayton.

Duke captures its ninth ACC title in 12 years, and the 18th overall, with a 65-61 victory over Georgia Tech in the 57th annual ACC Tournament in Greensboro ... the Blue Devils’ Kyle Singler averages 21.7 points and 8.3 rebounds and is named ACC Tournament MVP.

Maryland’s Greivis Vasquez is named ACC Player of the Year ... Vasquez becomes the first player in ACC history to finish his career with 2,000 or more points, 750 or more assists and 600 or more rebounds.

Georgia Tech’s Derrick Favors is selected ACC Rookie of the Year ... in becoming the 11th Yellow Jacket - an ACC high - to earn ACC Rookie of the Year honors, Favors averages 17.0 points, 9.8 rebounds and shot .658 (25-of-38) in four ACC Tournament games.

Florida State’s Chris Singleton is named ACC Defensive

Player of the Year ... Singleton leads the ACC in steals (2.2) and is fifth in blocked shots (1.5) and 12th in rebounding (7.0) and keys a defense that leads the nation in field goal percentage defense (.377).

 Over the past 10 years (2001-2010), the Atlantic Maryland’s Gary Williams is tabbed ACC Coach of the Coast Conference leads all conferences with nine Final Four appearances. Four ACC teams have earned at least one Final Four berth in that time: Duke 2001, 2004, 2010; Georgia Tech 2004; Maryland 2001, 2002; North Carolina 2005, 2008, 2009. Final Four Teams (2001-2010) ACC ................9 Big Ten .................7 Big 12...................6 Big East ................6 Pac-10..................4

Conference USA .....3 SEC ........................3 Colonial ..................1 Horizon ..................1

 Over the last five years (2006-2010), the Atlantic

Coast Conference is the only conference to have each of its teams make at least one NCAA Tournament appearance. NCAA Tournament Participation (2006-2010) ACC .......12 of 12 Big Ten .....10 of 11 Pac-10........9 of 10

Big 12..........9 of 12 SEC .............9 of 12 Big East .....10 of 16

Year for the second time in his career ... Williams is the conference’s third all-time winningest coach in both overall wins (442), conference victories (202) and total games coached (680).

Maryland’s Greivis Vasquez finishes eighth among

ACC career assists leaders with 772 and 18th on the league’s all-time career scoring list with 2,171 points ... Duke’s Jon Scheyer is 32nd on the all-time scoring list (2,077) and sixth in career free throw percentage (.861) ... Scheyer also finishes fifth on the ACC career minutes played chart (4,684) while Vasquez is ninth (4,568) ...Clemson’s Trevor Booker finishes 13th among ACC career blocked shot leaders (249) and 22nd in career rebounds (1,060) and has 39 games with 10-or-more rebounds ... Maryland’s Eric Hayes is 19th in career three-point field goal percentage (.405) ... Wake Forest’s Al-Farouq Aminu leads all ACC players in 2009-10 with 19 double-doubles and 21 games with 10-or-more-rebounds ... Virginia Tech’s Malcolm Delaney leads all ACC players with 19 games with 20-or-more points and will enter his senior season 18th among ACC career free throw percentage leaders (.844).


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ACC Player of the Year Greivis Vasquez, Maryland

Duke captures 18th ACC Title with 65-61 victory over Georgia Tech

ACC Rookie of the Year Derrick Favors, Georgia Tech

Maryland’s Greivis Vasquez, whose all-around play keyed the Terrapins to a share of the ACC’s regular-season title was named the ACC Player of the Year in voting by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA) ... the Caracas, Venezuela, native is the only player in ACC history with 2,000 or more points, 750 or more assists and 600 or more rebounds in a career ... the 6-foot-5 guard was named on 39 of 53 ballots cast ... Duke guard Jon Scheyer was second with 12 votes and Virginia Tech guard Malcolm Delaney received the other two ... his efforts this past season included two games with 13 assists and a 41-point outburst in the Terrapins’ critical double-overtime win at Virginia Tech on Feb. 27 ... the sixth ACC Player of the Year in Terrapin history and the first since Juan Dixon in 2002.

ACC Tournament MVP Kyle Singler had 20 points and six rebounds, and Jon Scheyer and Nolan Smith added 16 points each to lead fourth-ranked Duke to its ninth ACC championship in 12 years - and 18th overall - with a 65-61 victory over Georgia Tech ... led by freshman Derrick Favors, the seventh-seeded Yellow Jackets reached the championship game for the first time since 2005, and seventh time overall, following wins over North Carolina, Maryland and NC State ... Favors averaged 17.0 points, 9.8 rebounds and shot .658 (25-of-38) from the floor in Tech’s four games ... in becoming the 14th Blue Devil to win the Everett Case Award, Singler averaged 21.7 points, 8.3 rebounds and made 22of-25 free throw attempts (.880) ... nine of the 11 Tournament games were decided by six points or less, including five by fewer than four points ... Duke was the only one of the Tournament’s top six seeds to make it to the semifinals.

Georgia Tech forward Derrick Favors was named the 2010 ACC Rookie of the Year in voting by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA) ... a 6-10 freshman from Atlanta, Favors was chosen by 45 of 53 electors ... Maryland center Jordan Williams received six votes and Miami guard Durand Scott and Georgia Tech guard Glen Rice Jr. each received one ... Favors becomes the 11th Yellow Jacket - an ACC high - to earn ACC Rookie of the Year honors ... Favors excelled down the stretch for the Yellow Jackets, averaging 16.4 points and 9.6 rebounds a game in the final five regular-season contests ... in four ACC Tournament games, Favors averaged 17.0 points, 9.8 rebounds and shot .658 (25-of-38) from the floor in leading Tech to the finals of the ACC Tournament ... named to the All-ACC Tournament team, Favors had a game-high 21 points and 11 rebounds in a 65-61 title game loss to fourth-ranked Duke ... finished fourth in the ACC in rebounds (8.4), second in blocked shots (2.1), fourth in offensive rebounds (3.0) and 17th in points per game (12.4) ... was one made field goal shy of leading the ACC and the NCAA in field goal percentage (.611).

Vasquez in 2010 ACC Statistics Assists ................................ 6.3 ...........1st Points Per Game ............... 19.6 ..........2nd Free Throw Percentage ..... .857 ..........2nd Steals .................................. 1.7 .......... 4th 3-Point Field Goal Pct........ .359 .......... 6th 3-Point Field Goals PG ........ 2.1 .......... 4th Assists-to-Turnover Ratio ... 1.9 .......... 4th Minutes Played.................. 33.9 .......... 7th

Vasquez on ACC Career Charts Assists ............................... 772 .......... 8th Points Scored.................. 2,171 ........ 18th Minutes Played................ 4,568 .......... 9th

2010 ACC Player of the Year Voting Greivis Vasquez, Sr., Maryland ........................39 Jon Scheyer, Sr., Duke ....................................12 Mlaclom Delaney, Jr., Virginia Tech ..................2

Player of the Year Totals 1954-2010

School No. North Carolina........ 13 Duke ..................... 13 Wake Forest .......... 10 NC State.................. 7 Maryland................. 6 Virginia ................... 4 South Carolina ......... 2 Boston College........ 1 Clemson.................. 1 Georgia Tech........... 1

Last Player Year Ty Lawson ..................2009 J.J. Redick .................2006 Josh Howard ..............2003 Julius Hodge ..............2004 Greivis Vasquez..........2010 Ralph Sampson..........1983 John Roche ................1969 Jared Dudley ..............2007 Horace Grant ..............1987 Dennis Scott ..............1990

57th Annual ACC Tournament

March 11-14, 2010 Greensboro (N.C.) Coliseum. First Round - Thursday, March 11 #9 Virginia d. #8 Boston College ....................68-62 #12 Miami d. #5 Wake Forest ........................83-62 #7 Georgia Tech d. #10 North Carolina ..........62-58 #11 NC State d. #6 Clemson ..........................59-57 Quarterfinals - Friday, March 12 #1 Duke d. #9 Virginia....................................57-46 #12 Miami d. #4 Virginia Tech .......................70-65 #7 Georgia Tech d. #2 Maryland ....................69-64 #11 NC State d. #3 Florida State ....................58-52 Semifinals - Saturday, March 13 #1 Duke d. #12 Miami ....................................77-74 #7 Georgia Tech d. #11 NC State ...................57-54 Finals - Sunday, March 14 #1 Duke d. #7 Georgia Tech ..........................65-61 ACC Tournament MVP: Kyle Singler, Duke All-ACC Tournament: 1st Team: Kyle Singler, Duke; Nolan Smith, Duke; Jon Scheyer, Duke; Derrick Favors, GT; Durand Scott, Miami. 2nd Team: Gani Lawal, GT; Iman Shumpert, GT; Reggie Johnson, Miami; Tracy Smith, NCS; Scott Wood, NCS.

Favors in 2010 ACC Statistics Rebounds Per Game ........... 8.4 .......... 4th Points Per Game ............... 12.4 ........ 17th Blocked Shots ..................... 2.1 ..........2nd Offensive Rebounds ............ 3.0 .......... 4th

2010 ACC Player of the Year Voting Derrick Favors, Georgia Tech...........................45 Jordan Williams, Maryland ................................6 Durand Scott, Miami..........................................1 Glen Rice, Jr., Georgia Tech ..............................1

Rookie of the Year Totals 1954-2010

School No. Georgia Tech ......... 11 North Carolina ......... 8 Duke ........................ 5 Virginia .................... 4 Wake Forest............. 3 Maryland ................. 2 NC State .................. 1 Clemson .................. 1 Florida State ............ 1

Last Player Year Derrick Favors ............2010 Brandan Wright ..........2007 Kyle Singler ................2008 Sylven Landesberg.....2009 Chris Paul ..................2004 Joe Smith...................1994 Hawkeye Whitney.......1977 Greg Buckner .............1995 Bob Sura ....................1992


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14 ACC Coach of the Year Gary Williams, Maryland

Delaney, Scheyer, Vasquez unanimous All-ACC selections

Maryland’s Greivis Vasquez, Duke’s Jon Scheyer and Virginia Tech’s Malcolm Delaney - the top three scorers in the Atlantic Coast Conference - were unanimous selections to the 2010 All-ACC first team ... Vasquez, Scheyer and Delaney were named on all 53 ballots ... Clemson senior Trevor Booker and Duke junior Kyle Singler round out the first team ... ACC Champion Duke also had a second-team selection in junior guard Nolan Smith and was the only school with three players selected to the 15-player squad ... Virginia Tech, Wake Forest and Florida State each had two players selected to the three teams ... Vasquez was a two-time second-team pick before averaging 19.6 points and a league-best 6.3 assists to key the Terrapins to a share of the ACC’s regular-season title with Duke ... Scheyer averaged a team-high 18.2 points per game while Delaney led the league in scoring at 20.2 points per game ... Wake Forest’s Al-Farouq Aminu headed up the second team after tallying a league-high 19 double-doubles, while senior teammate Ishmael Smith (6.0 assists) also earned second-team honors ... also on the second team were Virginia’s Sylven Landesberg (17.3 ppg) and NC State’s Tracy Smith (16.5 ppg).

Gary Williams, whose Maryland Terrapins finished 24-9 overall, 13-3 in the ACC and shared the league’s regular season title with Duke, was named ACC Coach of the Year in voting by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA) ... in his 21st season as head coach at Maryland, Williams received 42 of the 53 votes cast ... Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski was the choice of eight electors while Virginia Tech’s Seth Greenberg (two) and Florida State’s Leonard Hamilton (one) also received votes ... in being named ACC Coach of the Year for a second time, having also earned the award in the Terps’ 2002 National Championship season, Williams is currently the conference’s third all-time winningest coach in both overall wins (442), conference victories (202) 2010 All-ACC Basketball Teams and total games coached (680) ... Williams is currently fifth among active NCAA Division I coaches First Team with 649 victories overall in 32 seasons as a head Greivis Vasquez, Sr., Maryland ..........................*159 coach at the Division I level. Jon Scheyer, Sr., Duke.......................................*159 Malcolm Delaney, Jr., Virginia Tech ...................*159 Trevor Booker, Sr., Clemson ................................137 Williams on ACC Career Charts Kyle Singler, Jr., Duke..........................................134 Career Victories - All Games ........... 442 ....... 3rd Second Team Career Victories - ACC Games ........ 202 ....... 3rd Al-Farouq Aminu, So., Wake Forest .............. 126 Total Games Coached in ACC ......... 680 ....... 3rd Nolan Smith, Jr., Duke .................................. 104 ACC Home Court Victories.............. 113 ....... 3rd Sylven Landesberg, So., Virginia .................... 95 ACC Road Game Victories ................ 72 ....... 3rd Tracy Smith, Jr., NC State ............................... 82 ACC Tournament Victories................ 17 ...... t5th Ishmael Smith, Sr., Wake Forest ..................... 76 Third Team Gani Lawal, Jr., Georgia Tech ......................... 73 Dorenzo Hudson, Jr., Virginia Tech................. 51 2010 ACC Coach of the Year Voting Chris Singleton, So., Florida State................... 50 Joe Trapani, Jr., Boston College ..................... 38 Gary Williams, Maryland ................................42 Solomon Alabi, So., Florida State.................... 30 Mike Krzyzewski, Duke .....................................8 *denotes unanimous Seth Greenberg, Virginia Tech..........................2 Leonard Hamilton, Florida State .......................1 ACC Coach of the Year Totals 1954-2010 School No. North Carolina........ 11 Duke ...................... 10 NC State................... 9 Wake Forest ............. 7 Georgia Tech............ 4 Maryland.................. 4 Virginia .................... 4 Clemson................... 2 South Carolina ......... 2 Virginia Tech ............ 2 Florida State............. 2

Last Player Year Roy Williams ..............2006 Mike Krzyzewski.........2000 Herb Sendek ..............2004 Skip Prosser ..............2003 Paul Hewitt.................2001 Gary Williams.............2010 Dave Leitao ................2007 Cliff Ellis .....................1990 Frank McGuire............1969 Seth Greenberg ..........2008 Leonard Hamilton ......2009

All-Atlantic Coast Conference Totals 1954-2010 School 1st 2nd 3rd Tot North Carolina ...... 69.......... 40........ 17.......126 Duke ..................... 60.......... 46........ 19.......125 Maryland .............. 24.......... 40........ 15.........79 Wake Forest.......... 33.......... 34.......... 9.........76 NC State ............... 37.......... 30.......... 6.........73 Virginia ................. 18.......... 32........ 10.........60 Clemson ............... 10.......... 26.......... 7.........43 Georgia Tech ........ 14.......... 17.......... 9.........40 Florida State ........... 4............ 9.......... 7.........20 Boston College ....... 3............ 3.......... 1...........7 Virginia Tech........... 2............ 1.......... 4...........7 Miami ..................... 2............ 2.......... 2...........6

Favors, Williams head up All-ACC Freshmen team

Georgia Tech’s Derrick Favors and Maryland’s Jordan Williams headed up the 2010 ACC AllFreshmen team in voting by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA) ... Favors led all ACC freshmen in scoring (12.4), blocked shots (2.1) and double-doubles (12) while Williams led in rebounding (8.6), was second in double-doubles (8) and third in scoring (9.6) ... Favors ended the season one made field goal shy of leading the ACC and the NCAA in field-goal percentage (.611) ... in the Terps’ two NCAA Tournament games, Williams averaged 15.5 points and 13.5 rebounds while hitting on 13-of-21 (.619) from the floor ... Williams, a two-time ACC Rookie of the Week selection, had 13 games with 10-or-more rebounds ... Miami’s Durand Scott averaged 10.3 points per game and led all ACC freshmen in assists per game (3.4) ... Scott averaged 14.7 points, 5.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists in Miami’s three ACC Tournament games and is the first Hurricane to be selected to the All-ACC Freshmen team ...Wake Forest’s C.J. Harris, a four-time ACC Rookie of the Week honoree, averaged 9.9 points per game and finished fourth among ACC free throw percentage leaders (.831) ... Florida State’s Michael Snaer scored in double figures 14 times in 2009-10 and finished third on the team in scoring (8.8) ... Snaer averaged 9.1 points in conference play.

2010 All-ACC Freshmen Team Derrick Favors, Georgia Tech ..................52 Jordan Williams, Maryland .....................51 Durand Scott, Miami ...............................44 C.J. Harris, Wake Forest..........................41 Michael Snaer, Florida State....................35 All-ACC Freshmen Totals 1993-2010 School No. Duke ................... 15 North Carolina .... 14 Georgia Tech ...... 13 Wake Forest........ 10 NC State ............... 8 Virginia ................. 8 Clemson ................ 6 Florida State .......... 5 Maryland ............... 4 Virginia Tech ......... 2 Boston College ...... 1 Miami .................... 1

Last Player Year Kyle Singler ................. 2008 Ed Davis ...................... 2009 Derrick Favors ............. 2010 C.J. Harris ................... 2010 J.J. Hickson................. 2008 Sylven Landesberg ...... 2009 Cliff Hammonds ............2005 Michael Snaer ...............2010 Jordan Williams ............2010 Jeff Allen .......................2008 Tyrese Rice ...................2006 Durand Scott .................2010


2009-10 In Review Defensive Player of the Year Chris Singleton Virginia’s Jerome Meyinsse heads up All-ACC Defensive team heads up All-ACC Academic team

Florida State sophomore forward Chris Singleton headed up the 2010 All-ACC Defensive team as voted on by ACSMA ... Singleton, the 2010 ACC Defensive Player of the Year, led the ACC in steals (2.2), was fifth in blocked shots (1.5), 12th in rebounding (7.0) and keyed a defense that led the nation in field goal percentage (.377) and was first in the ACC in scoring defense (60.4) ... the second consecutive Seminole to be named as the league’s defensive player of the year, Singleton became only the fifth player to ACC history to finish in the top five in both steals and blocks in the same season ... joining Singleton on the league’s defensive team were teammate Solomon Alabi, Clemson’s Trevor Booker, Duke’s Lance Thomas and Wake Forest’s L.D. Williams ... Alabi, Booker and Williams were repeaters from last year’s defensive team ... Alabi blocked at least one shot in 30 of Florida State’s 32 games and led the ACC and ranked 24th nationally in blocked shots (2.3) ... Booker started every game in his four years at Clemson and finished 13th on the ACC career blocked shot list (249) ... Thomas averaged 4.8 points and 4.9 rebounds and had 21 steals for the national champion Blue Devils ... Williams started 118 games in his four years with the Demon Deacons and finished 13th on the school’s all-time steals list (113).

2010 All-ACC Defensive Team

Virginia’s Jerome Meyinsse, the recipient of the Skip Prosser Award, emblematic of the top scholar-athlete in men’s basketball headed up the 2010 All-ACC Academic Basketball team ... a threetime honoree to the All-ACC Academic Basketball team and ACC Academic Honor Roll, Meyinsse was also a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and the Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society ... one of the most improved players in the ACC in 2009-10, Meyinsse averaged 13.8 points and 5.0 rebounds over his last six games and finished the season leading the Cavaliers in field goal percentage (.580) and blocked shots (23) ... Meyinsse and Duke’s Brian Zoubek were three-time All-ACC Academic team honorees ... Zoubek averaged 5.6 points and a team-best 7.7 rebounds per game in this year and started the last 16 games for the National Champion Blue Devils ... in addition to Meyinsse and Zoubek, Clemson’s Tanner Smith and North Carolina’s Tyler Zeller are also repeaters from last year’s All-ACC Academic team.

2010 All-ACC Academic Basketball Team Antoine Allen, Fr., Miami ....................... Broadcast Journalism Ben Boggs, Fr., Virginia Tech ........Nutrition, Foods & Exercise C.J. Harris, Fr., Wake Forest ..................................Undeclared Luke Loucks, So., Florida State ..................................Business Ryan Kelly, Fr., Duke ..............................................Undeclared Jerome Meyinsse, Sr., Virginia .............................. Economics Glen Rice, Fr., Georgia Tech................................ Management Will Sherrill, Jr., Virginia ............................Economics/History Tanner Smith, So., Clemson ....................................Marketing Andre Young, So., Clemson ..............................Health Science Tyler Zeller, So., North Carolina ........ Business Administration Brian Zoubek, Sr., Duke ............................................... History

Skip Prosser Award Recipients

Chris Singleton, So., Florida State .................. 48 Solomon Alabi, So., Florida State ................... 39 Trevor Booker, Sr., Clemson .......................... 21 Lance Thomas, Sr., Duke ............................... 17 L.D. Williams, Sr., Wake Forest ...................... 16

2008 .............Cliff Hammonds, Clemson 2009 .................. Jack McClinton, Miami 2010 ............ Jerome Meyinsse, Virginia

All-ACC Defensive Team Totals 2000-2010

All-ACC Academic Team Totals 1963-2010

School No. Duke ..................... 13 Maryland................. 7 North Carolina ........ 5 Florida State............ 5 Virginia Tech........... 5 Wake Forest ............ 5 Georgia Tech .......... 3 NC State.................. 3 Clemson ................. 3 Boston College........ 1 Miami ..................... 1

Last Player Year Lance Thomas............2010 James Gist .................2008 Danny Green ..............2009 Singleton/Alabi ...........2010 Dowdell/Gordon .........2007 L.D. Williams..............2010 Chris Bosh .................2003 Cedric Simmons ........2006 Trevor Booker ............2010 Tyrelle Blair ................2009 Anthony King .............2008

School No. Duke ................... 69 North Carolina..... 50 Virginia ............... 46 Clemson.............. 41 Wake Forest ........ 41 Georgia Tech....... 21 NC State .............. 21 Florida State ........ 20 Maryland ............. 20 Miami.................... 7 Virginia Tech ......... 7 South Carolina ...... 6

Last Player Year Kelly/Zoubek ........... 2010 Tyler Zeller .............. 2010 Meyinsse/Sherrill .... 2010 Smith/Young ........... 2010 C.J. Harris ............... 2010 Glenn Rice, Jr.......... 2005 Johnny Thomas ...... 2009 Luke Loucks ............ 2010 Mike Mardesich....... 2001 Antoine Allen ........... 2010 Ben Boggs............... 2010 Tom Owens ............. 1971

15 Maryland’s Vasquez, Duke’s Scheyer earn All-America honors

Maryland senior guard Greivis Vasquez headed up a list of four ACC players who earned All-America honors in 2009-10 ... the 2010 ACC Player of the Year and the first player in league history to have 2,000 points, 700 assists and 600 rebounds in his career, Vasquez earned first team recognition by The Sporting News, Basketball Times and FoxSports.com. Vasquez and Duke senior guard Jon Scheyer both earned consensus second-team All-America honors. Vasquez was named as the recipient of the 2010 Bob Cousy Award given to college’s basketball’s top point guard ... Vasquez is the second-straight ACC player to receive the award, and the third overall. The ACC has had at least one consensus first team All-American in 18 of the past 20 years ... since 1981, the ACC has produced 38 consensus All-Americans and has accounted for 24 percent of the NCAA’s consensus All-Americans (38-of-155) over that span.

ACC All-Americans Greivis Vasquez, Sr., Maryland The Sporting News.... 1st Associated Press....... 2nd Basketball Times ....... 1st NABC ........................ 2nd FoxSports.com.......... 1st CBSSports.com......... 2nd Jon Scheyer, Sr., Duke Associated Press...... 2nd Basketball Times ........3rd NABC ....................... 2nd FoxSports.com ...........3rd USBWA .................... 2nd CBSSports.com..........3rd The Sporting News... 2nd Al-Farouq Aminu, So., Wake Forest FoxSports.com..........3rd CBSSports.com..........3rd Derrick Favors, Fr., Georgia Tech FoxSports.com Freshman All-America ................... 1st

Consensus All-Americans 1981-2010 Atlantic Coast.........................38 Big East ...........................................23 Pac-10 ............................................18 Big Ten............................................15 Big 12 .............................................14 SEC .................................................11 Big Eight ...........................................6 Conference USA ................................5 Atlantic 10 .........................................4 Metro ................................................4 West Coast........................................3 WAC ..................................................3 Big West ...........................................2 Missouri Valley .................................2 Independents ....................................2 Colonial .............................................1 Great Midwest ...................................1 Southern ...........................................1 Southwest (SWC) .............................1 Mountain West..................................1


2009-10 In Review

16 Three ACC teams earn NIT bids North Carolina advances to title game

North Carolina advanced to the finals of the 2010 National Invitation Tournament (NIT) before losing to Dayton 79-68 ... the Tar Heels, one of three ACC teams (North Carolina, NC State, Virginia Tech) to earn NIT berths in 2010, finished the season 20-17, marking the program’s 52nd 20-win season.

2010 National Invitation Tournament

Consensus National Players of the Year 2009-10 ACC regular season ACC leads all conferences with 16 since 1975 in review Since 1975, the ACC has produced 16 consensus National Players of the Year - 12 more than any other conference over that span ... using the same criteria employed in selecting yearly consensus All-Americans, the ACC has also had nine unanimous selections since 1975, 10 overall.

Year 1975 1976 North Carolina (4-1) #4 North Carolina d. #5 William & Mary .... H 80-72 1977 #4 North Carolina d. #1 Mississippi State .. A 76-74 1978 #4 North Carolina d. #2 UAB ...................... A 60-55 #4 North Carolina d. #2 Rhode Island ........ N ot 68-67 1979 #3 Dayton d. #4 North Carolina.................. N 79-68 1980 1981 Virginia Tech (2-1) 1982 #1 Virginia Tech d. #8 Quinnipiac .............. H 81-61 1983 #1 Virginia Tech d. #4 Connecticut ............ H 65-63 1984 #2 Rhode Island d. #1 Virginia Tech .......... H 79-72 1985 NC State (1-1) #6 NC State d. #3 South Florida ................. A #2 UAB d. #6 NC State ............................... A

Consensus National Players of the Year 1975-2010 Player, School Conference David Thompson, NC State* ACC Scott May, Indiana Big Ten Marques Johnson, UCLA* Pac-10 Phil Ford, North Carolina ACC Butch Lee, Marquette Independent Larry Bird, Indiana State* Missouri Valley Mark Aguirre, DePaul Ind. Ralph Sampson, Virginia ACC Ralph Sampson, Virginia* ACC Ralph Sampson, Virginia* ACC Michael Jordan, North Carolina* ACC Patrick Ewing, Georgetown Big East Chris Mullin, St. John’s Big East Walter Berry, St. John’s* Big East David Robinson, Navy* Colonial Hersey Hawkins, Bradley Missouri Valley Danny Ferry, Duke ACC Sean Elliott, Arizona Pac-10 Lionel Simmons, LaSalle* Met Atlantic Larry Johnson, UNLV Big West Shaquille O’Neal, LSU SEC Christian Laettner, Duke ACC Calbert Cheaney, Indiana* Big Ten Glenn Robinson, Purdue* Big Ten Joe Smith, Maryland ACC Marcus Camby, UMass* Atlantic 10 Tim Duncan, Wake Forest* ACC Antawn Jamison, North Carolina* ACC Elton Brand, Duke* ACC Kenyon Martin, Cincinnati* C-USA Shane Battier, Duke ACC Jason Williams, Duke* ACC T.J. Ford, Texas (2 of 4) Big 12 Jameer Nelson, St. Joseph’s* Atlantic 10 Andrew Bogut, Utah Mountain West J.J. Redick, Duke ACC Kevin Durant, Texas* Big 12 Tyler Hansbrough, North Carolina* ACC Blake Griffin, Oklahoma* Big 12 Evan Turner, Ohio State* Big Ten *denotes unanimous

1986 58-57 1987 72-52 1988 1989 North Carolina senior forward Deon Thompson averaged 14.2 points and 9.6 rebounds in the five NIT games 1990 and finished his career having played an NCAA-record 1991 152 career games in his four years. 1992 NC State senior forward Dennis Horner made 17-of- 1993 28 (.607) from the floor and averaged 24.0 points per 1994 game in the Wolfpack’s two games ... in Virginia Tech’s 1995 games, junior guard Dorenzo Hudson averaged 21.7 ppg. 1996 1997 1998 National Invitation Tournament Titles 1999 1971 - North Carolina 2000 1972 - Maryland 2001 1973 - Virginia Tech 2002 1980 - Virginia 2003 1992 - Virginia 2004 1995 - Virginia Tech 2005 2000 - Wake Forest 2006 2007 NIT Records by School 2008 (1941-2010) 2009 2010 School App. W-L Pct. North Carolina ......................6 ........13-5 .722 Consensus National Players of the Year Virginia Tech ......................11 ........23-9 .719 Wake Forest .........................6 ........10-5 .667 ACC................. 16 Independents .......... 2 Maryland ..............................7 ........11-6 .647 Big Ten.................... 4 Big West ................. 1 Virginia...............................12 ......15-10 .600 Big East ................... 3 Colonial ................... 1 Boston College ...................10 ......16-11 .593 Big 12 ..................... 3 Conference USA ...... 1 Florida State .........................7 ........10-7 .588 Atlantic 10 ............... 2 Metro Atlantic ......... 1 NC State .............................12 ......16-13 .552 Missouri Valley ....... 2 Mountain West ........ 1 Georgia Tech ........................7 ..........8-7 .533 Pac-10 .................... 2 SEC ......................... 1 Clemson .............................14 ......15-14 .517 Duke.....................................5 ..........5-6 .455 Teams used for consideration: Miami ...................................9 ..........4-9 .308 Associated Press (1975-2009); NABC (1975South Carolina ...................1 ..........1-1 .500 2009); U.S. Basketball Writers (1975-2009); The Sporting News (1997-2009); UPI (1975-1996)

47 of the 96 ACC regular season games (.490) were decided by eight points or less, including 28 by fewer than four points, or in overtime. Home teams won nine of the last 11 ACC regular-

season games and finished 66-30 (.688) as hosts ... in 2008-09, home teams were 61-35 (.635) in league play.

Five ACC games in 2009-10 went into overtime with

the visiting team winning four times ... Wake Forest was 2-0 in extra-session affairs, while Florida State was 1-0 ... Maryland and Virginia Tech were each 1-1 ... Georgia Tech was 0-1 in ACC overtime games while Virginia was winless in two overtime contests.

ACC Games by the Numbers Home Teams ............................................ 66-30 Lead at Half .............................................. 76-18 Shoot 50% or better................................... 29-7 Shoot 42% or less ................................... 21-71 Out-Rebound Opponent ........................... 59-31 Fewer Turnovers ...................................... 50-35 Teams that led at half were 76-18 (there were two halftime ties) ... Duke had the ACC’s largest second half rally for a win (12 points) versus Miami (Feb. 17) ... Maryland led all ACC schools with four second-half comebacks ... Virginia and Virginia Tech both had three second-half comebacks in league play.

2009-10 Halftime Rallies Final Score Date Duke 81, Miami 74 ..........................F17 Florida State 57, Marquette 56 ....... N29 NC State 77, Marquette 73 ............... D5 Maryland 67, NC State 58 ...............F17 Boston College 79, Miami 75 ..........J19 Maryland 88, Duke 79 .....................F24 Virginia Tech 87, Wake Forest 83....F16 Clemson 70, Butler 69 .................. N29 Virginia 76, Cleveland State 65 ... N25 Maryland 104, Virginia 100 2ot .... F27 NC State 79, Elon 76 ................... D17 Georgia Tech 71, Duke 67 .............. J9

Half 25-37 18-30 25-36 27-37 35-45 39-48 32-40 26-33 27-34 31-37 33-39 29-35

Pts. (12) (12) (11) (10) (10) (9) (8) (7) (7) (6) (6) (6)

2009-10 Media Pre-Season Predictions For the first time in the 41-year history of ACC Operation Basketball, there was a tie for the league’s pre-season No. 1 between Duke and North Carolina. 1. Duke (25)............................................ 545 North Carolina (20) ............................. 545 3. Clemson ............................................. 409 4. Georgia Tech (2) ................................. 387 5. Maryland............................................. 378 6. Wake Forest (1) .................................. 315 7. Florida State........................................ 314 8. Virginia Tech....................................... 273 9. Boston College.................................... 251 10. Miami ................................................. 135 11. Virginia ............................................... 116 12. NC State................................................ 76


2009-10 In Review Virginia Tech’s Dorenzo Hudson tops ACC in single-season improvement

Virginia Tech’s Dorenzo Hudson led the ACC in per game scoring improvement (+10.6) from the 2008-09 season ... Duke’s Nolan Smith was second (+9.0) and Wake Forest’s Ishmael Smith (+7.0) third.

Most Improved Scoring Averages Scoring ‘09 ‘10 Net Dorenzo Hudson, Jr., VT ....... 4.6 ....... 15.2 +10.6 Nolan Smith, Jr., Duke .......... 8.4 ....... 17.4 +9.0 Ishmael Smith, Sr., WF ......... 6.2 ....... 13.2 +7.0 Tracy Smith, Jr., NCS.......... 10.0 ....... 16.5 +6.5 Reggie Jackson, So., BC ....... 7.0 ....... 12.9 +5.9 Tanner Smith, So., Clem. ...... 3.6 ......... 8.7 +5.1 *minimum of 75 percent of team’s games played each year

ACC All-Time Single-Season Scoring Improvement Player, School Will Solomon, Clem. Tate Armstrong, Duke Brandon Costner, NCS John Johnson, Md. Bill Gerry, UVa Kenny Carr, NCS Chris Collins, Duke Donald Hand, UVa Reyshawn Terry, UNC Donald Williams, UNC Kyle Visser, WF Derrick Lewis, Md. Jon Speaks, NCS Jack Marin, Duke Brian Asbury, Miami Bob Kessler, Md. Drew Nicholas, Md. Steve Vacendak, Duke Dorenzo Hudson, VT Juan Dixon, Md. John Gilchrist, Md. Michael Tait, Clem. Rodney Monroe, NCS Anthony Morrow, GT Vann Williford, NCS Donnie Walsh, UNC Bill Bunting, UNC Chicky Brown, NCS Elden Campbell, Clem.

1st Year 6.3 9.7 2.8 2.2 4.5 13.8 3.9 4.7 2.3 2.2 5.0 7.9 6.0 7.9 1.0 9.6 7.1 5.5 4.6 7.4 4.8 2.5 11.1 5.7 11.3 3.2 7.9 6.6 8.8

2nd Year 2000 1976 2007 1989 1970 1976 1996 1999 2006 1993 2007 1987 1962 1965 2007 1955 1003 1965 2009 2000 2004 1987 1989 2006 1969 1962 1969 1988 1988

2nd PPG 20.9 24.2 16.8 15.6 17.7 26.6 16.3 17.1 14.3 14.3 17.0 19.6 17.4 19.1 11.7 20.3 17.8 16.2 15.2 18.0 15.4 12.9 21.4 16.0 21.6 13.4 18.0 16.6 18.8

Wake Forest’s Al-Farouq Aminu leads ACC in double-doubles Wake Forest sophomore

Maryland’s Greivis Vasquez led all ACC players with four ACC Player of the Week selections during the 2009-10 season.

Al-Farouq Aminu became the first Demon Deacon to lead the ACC in doubledoubles (19) since Tim Duncan did so in 1997 ... Aminu also had a leaguehigh 10 double-doubles in conference play.

ACC Player of the Week

Clemson’s Trevor Booker finished his career with 32 double-doubles, good for fifth among Tiger career leaders ... Aminu had 29 double-doubles in his two years at Wake Forest, sixth among school leaders.

ACC Double-Doubles Leaders 2009-10

Player, School Al-Farouq Aminu, WF Gani Lawal, GT Derrick Favors, GT Ed Davis, UNC Trevor Booker, Clem. Jeff Allen, VT Mike Scott, UVa Jordan Williams, Md. Dwayne Collins, Miami Kyle Singler, Duke Tracy Smith, NCS Deon Thompson, UNC Chas McFarland, WF Brian Zoubek, Duke Corey Raji, BC Greivis Vasquez, Md. Soloman Alabi, FSU Chris Singleton, FSU Dennis Horner, NCS Jerai Grant, Clem. Reggie Jackson, BC Miles Plumlee, Duke Joe Trapani, BC L.D. Williams, WF Ishmael Smith, WF *minimum of 75 percent of team’s games played each year Tanner Smith, Clem. Julian Gamble, Miami Terrell Bell, VT Marcus Ginyard, UNC Virginia Tech’s Malcolm Delaney led all ACC players in John Henson, UNC 2009-10 with 19 games of 20-or-more points. Richard Howell, NCS Tyler Zeller, UNC 20-Point Games, 2009-10 Victor Davila, VT Larry Drew, UNC Player, School Games Will Graves, UNC Malcolm Delaney, Jr., Virginia Tech ............. 19 Eric Hayes, Md. Jon Scheyer, Sr., Duke ................................. 16 Sylven Landesberg, UVa Kyle Singler, Jr., Duke .................................. 16 Landon Milbourne, Md. Nolan Smith, Jr., Duke ................................. 16 Sean Mosley, Md. Greivis Vasquez, Sr., Maryland ..................... 16 Jon Scheyer, Duke Tracy Smith, Jr., NC State ............................ 11 Lance Thomas, Duke Al-Farouq Aminu, So., Wake Forest .............. 10

Virginia Tech’s Delaney leads ACC in 20-Point Games

Maryland’s Greivis Vasquez tops ACC with four Player of the Week honors

Forty-one players totaled 169 double-doubles during the 2009-10 season, including 75 in conference play.

Imp. +14.6 +14.5 +14.0 +13.4 +13.2 +12.8 +12.4 +12.4 +12.2 +12.1 +12.0 +11.7 +11.4 +11.2 +10.7 +10.7 +10.7 +10.7 +10.6 +10.6 +10.6 +10.4 +10.3 +10.3 +10.3 +10.2 +10.1 +10.0 +10.0

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Career 29 27 11 13 32 28 18 8 21 19 8 9 8 6 6 12 5 5 3 3 3 3 8 6 5 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

ACC 10 5 7 2 3 4 5 4 3 5 2 0 3 1 1 2 2 2 3 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Tot 19 12 11 10 9 9 8 8 7 7 6 6 5 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

N16 .............................. Al-Farouq Aminu, Wake Forest N23 .................................................Nolan Smith, Duke N30 .................................................Jon Scheyer, Duke D7 ...................................... Corey Raji, Boston College D14 ......................................... Jeff Allen, Virginia Tech D21 .................................................Jon Scheyer, Duke D28 .................................... Greivis Vasquez, Maryland J4 ................................ Dorenzo Hudson, Virginia Tech J11 ....................................... Gani Lawal, Georgia Tech J18 ......................................... Trevor Booker, Clemson Sylven Landesberg. Virginia J25 ...................................Ishmael Smith, Wake Forest F1 ..................................... Sylven Landesberg, Virginia F8 ....................................... Greivis Vasquez, Maryland F15 ..................................................Jon Scheyer, Duke F22 ..................................... Greivis Vasquez, Maryland M1 ..................................... Greivis Vasquez, Maryland M8 ..............................Malcolm Delaney, Virginia Tech M15 ......... Kyle Singler, Duke (ACC Tournament MVP) Georgia Tech’s Derrick Favors, Wake Forest’s C.J. Harris and Miami’s Durand Scott were each named ACC Rookie of the Week four times during the 200910 season.

ACC Rookie of the Week

N16 ..............................................Durand Scott, Miami N23 .................................Derrick Favors, Georgia Tech N30 ........................................ C.J. Harris, Wake Forest D7 .......................................... C.J. Harris, Wake Forest Mfon Udofia, Georgia Tech D14 ....................................... Ari Stewart, Wake Forest D21 ........................................ C.J. Harris, Wake Forest D28 ..............................................Durand Scott, Miami J4 ........................................... C.J. Harris, Wake Forest J11 ...............................................Durand Scott, Miami J18 .............................................Scott Wood, NC State J25 ..................................Derrick Favors, Georgia Tech F1 ....................................... Jordan Williams, Maryland F8 ....................................Derrick Favors, Georgia Tech F15 ................................... Michael Snaer, Florida State F22 ..................................Derrick Favors, Georgia Tech M1 ..................................... Jordan Williams, Maryland M8 ...............................................Durand Scott, Miami All-Time Selections by Schools School Rookie Player Boston College ......................3..................8 Clemson ..............................56................35 Duke ....................................59..............104 Florida State ........................17................19 Georgia Tech .......................79................52 Maryland .............................62................72 Miami ....................................6..................3 North Carolina .....................81..............107 NC State ..............................57................59 Virginia ................................74................66 Virginia Tech..........................3..................7 Wake Forest .........................65................68 South Carolina .....................1..................8


2009-10 In Review

18 Virginia Tech’s Malcolm Delaney Leads ACC in free throw attempts per game Virginia Tech junior guard Malcolm Delaney led the ACC in free throw attempts per game (8.3) ... Delaney averaged 10.6 free throw attempts in 16 ACC regular season games in 2009-10 ... attempted 10-or-more free throws in 13 games and finished third in the ACC in free throw percentage (.842) ... Wake Forest’s Al-Farouq Aminu was second (6.4).

Free Throw Attempts Per Game Player, School G Malcolm Delaney, Jr, VT ...............33 Al-Farouq Aminu, So., WF.............31 Gani Lawal, Jr., GT ........................36 Tracy Smith, Jr., NCS....................35 Jon Scheyer, Sr., Duke..................40 Dwayne Collins, Sr., Miami ...........29 Kyle Singler, Jr., Duke...................40 Trevor Booker, Sr., Clem...............32 Sylvan Landesberg, So., UVa ........27 Greivis Vasquez, Sr., Md. ..............33

FTA 273 199 222 205 221 160 208 171 137 161

PG 8.3 6.4 6.2 5.9 5.5 5.5 5.4 5.3 5.1 4.9

Yearly Free Throw Attempts PG Leaders (2000-2010) Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

Player, School G FTA Malcolm Delaney, Jr, VT .......... 33 273 Tyler Hansbrough, Sr., UNC ..... 34 296 Tyler Hansbrough, Jr., UNC ..... 39 377 Tyler Hansbrough, So., UNC .... 38 315 Tyler Hansbrough, Fr., UNC ..... 31 253 Julius Hodge, Sr., NCS ............. 34 253 Elton Brown, Sr., UVa............... 31 204 Julius Hodge, Sr., NCS ............. 31 219 Lonny Baxter, Sr., Md. ............. 35 236 Carlos Boozer, Jr., Duke ........... 35 236 2001 Alvin Jones, Sr., GT .................. 30 223 2000 Donald Hand, Sr., UVa ............. 31 183

PG 8.3 8.7 9.7 8.3 8.2 7.4 6.6 7.1 6.7 6.7 7.4 5.9

Double-Digit Boarders

Maryland’s Grevis Vasquez Talented Terrapin

Maryland guard Greivis Vasquez finished his career ranked among ACC career leaders in several statistical catagories ... a first-team All-America by the Sporting News, the 2010 ACC Player of the Year and a first-team AllACC selection, Vasquez finished his four years in College Park ranked 18th among all-time league scoring leaders (2,171), 8th in assists (772) and 9th in minutes played (4,568). As a junior in 2008-09, Vasquez became only the sixth player in ACC history to lead his team in scoring, rebounding and assists in the same season ... averaged 17.5 points, 5.4 rebounds and 5.0 assists for the 21-14 Terps.

ACC Trifecta Player, School Year Greivis Vasquez, Jr., Md. .... 2009 Julius Hodge, Sr., NCS........ 2005 Anthony Grundy, Sr., NCS .. 2002 Tim Duncan, Sr., WF ........... 1997 Bob Sura, Jr., FSU .............. 1994 Danny Ferry, So., Duke ....... 1987

Pts. Reb. Ast. 17.5 5.4 5.0 17.0 6.6 4.8 17.8 5.5 3.5 20.8 14.7 3.1 21.2 7.9 4.5 14.0 7.8 4.3

On February 21, 2009, in an 88-85 overtime win over No. 3 North Carolina, Vasquez posted Maryland’s first triple-double in 23 seasons, finishing with 35 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists ... Vasquez’s 35 points are the most ever by an ACC player recording a triple-double

Most Points in an ACC Triple-Double Greivis Vasquez, Md. vs. UNC (2008) ..............35 Kenny Anderson, GT vs. Pittsburgh (1989) .....32 Derrick Lewis, Md. vs. UMBC (1987) ..............32 Derrick Lewis, Md. vs. JMU (1987) .................29

Class of 2013

Wake Forest sophomore Al-Farouq Aminu led the ACC in rebounding (10.7), was eighth in scoring (15.8) and sixth in blocked shots (1.4) ... Aminu also led the ACC with 21 games of 10-or-more rebounds.

Georgia Tech’s freshman class of Derrick Favors, Brian Oliver, Mfon Udofia and Glen Rice, Jr., combined to average an ACC-best 30.5 points and 15.7 rebounds per game during the 2009-10 season.

Double-Digit Rebound Games, 2009-10

Freshmen Scoring & Rebounding, 2009-10

Player, School Games 1. Al-Farouq Aminu, So., Wake Forest.................. 21 2. Gani Lawal, Jr., Georgia Tech ........................ 15 3. Jordan Williams, Fr., Maryland ...................... 13 4. Derrick Favors, Fr., Georgia Tech .................. 12 5. Brian Zoubek, Sr., Duke ................................. 11 6. Ed Davis, So., North Carolina ........................ 10 7. Jeff Allen, Jr., Virginia Tech ............................. 9 Dwayne Collins, Sr., Miami.............................. 9 Trevor Booker, Sr., Clemson ........................... 9 10. Chas McFarland, Sr., Wake Forest ................... 8 Kyle Singler, Jr., Duke ..................................... 8 Mike Scott, Jr., Virginia ................................... 8

Team Points Georgia Tech .......1,097 Miami .....................723 North Carolina ........712 Wake Forest ...........534 NC State .................570 Clemson .................433 Maryland ................401 Florida State ...........347 Duke.......................335 Virginia Tech ..........225 Virginia...................104 Boston College ...........0

PG 30.5 21.9 19.2 17.2 15.8 13.5 12.5 10.8 8.4 6.6 3.4 0.0

Team Rebs Georgia Tech......... 564 Maryland ............... 362 Miami.................... 358 North Carolina....... 381 NC State ................ 365 Clemson................ 253 Wake Forest .......... 154 Duke ..................... 186 Virginia Tech ......... 134 Florida State .......... 119 Virginia ................... 58 Boston College .......... 0

PG 15.7 11.0 10.8 10.3 10.1 7.9 5.0 4.7 3.9 3.7 1.9 0.0

Freshman facts from across the ACC

Georgia Tech’s Derrick Favors scored in double figures 17 times in 2009-10 and led a group of nine ACC freshmen averaging 6.0 points per game or better ... Favors averaged 12.4 points per game and led all ACC freshmen in blocked shots (2.1) and double-doubles (12). Led by Maryland’s Jordan Williams (8.6), six ACC freshmen averaged better than 4.0 rebounds per game ... in the Terps’ two NCAA Tournament games, Williams averaged 15.5 points and 13.5 rebounds. Four different ACC freshmen turned in 22 doubledoubles in 2009-10 ... Georgia Tech’s Derrick Favors led all ACC freshmen with 12 double-doubles.

ACC Statistical Leaders - Freshmen Scoring Derrick Favors, Georgia Tech ..................12.4 Durand Scott, Miami ...............................10.3 C.J. Harris, Wake Forest ...........................9.9 Jordan Williams, Maryland .......................9.6 Michael Snaer, Florida State .....................8.8 Scott Wood, NC State ...............................7.8 Ari Stewart, Wake Forest...........................7.3 Brian Oliver, Georgia Tech ........................7.1 Reggie Johnson, Miami ............................6.4 Mfon Udofia, Georgia Tech .......................5.9 Rebounds Jordan Williams, Maryland .......................8.6 Derrick Favors, Georgia Tech ....................8.4 Reggie Johnson, Miami ............................4.6 Richard Howell, NC State ..........................4.6 John Henson, North Carolina ....................4.3 Durand Scott, Miami .................................4.0 Ari Stewart, Wake Forest...........................3.2 Mason Plumlee, Duke ...............................3.1 Glen Rice, Jr., Georgia Tech......................3.1 Devin Booker, Clemson.............................2.9 Assists Durand Scott, Miami .................................3.4 Dexter Strickland, North Carolina..............2.0 Jontel Evans, Virginia................................1.9 Mfon Udofia, Georgia Tech .......................1.9 Glen Rice, Jr., Georgia Tech......................1.7 Blocked Shots Derrick Favors, Georgia Tech ....................2.1 John Henson, North Carolina ....................1.6 Jordan Williams, Maryland .......................1.0 Mason Plumlee, Duke ...............................0.9 Jordan Vandenberg, NC State ...................0.8 Steals Durand Scott, Miami .................................1.2 Jontel Evans, Virginia................................1.1 Glen Rice, Jr., Georgia Tech......................1.1 Dexter Strickland, North Carolina..............0.9 C.J. Harris, Wake Forest ...........................0.9 Double-Doubles Derrick Favors, Georgia Tech .....................12 Jordan Williams, Maryland ..........................8 John Henson, North Carolina .......................1 Richard Howell, NC State .............................1


2009-10 In Review ACC Basketball and the Ratings Percentage Index

2009-10 season conference kudos

19 The Atlantic Coast Conference and the Associated Press Poll

North Carolina leads all schools nationally with 772 rankconferences, the ACC was the nation’s third-rated conferences in 2009-10, the ACC and the SEC tied for ings in the weekly AP poll; Duke is fourth with 640 rankleague in the final 2009-10 regular season RPI. the most wins with 22 each ... the ACC and the Big 12 ings ... overall, the ACC leads all conferences with 3,020 were the only two conferences with a winning record rankings since the AP’s first poll on January 20, 1949. 2009-10 RPI Regular Season Rankings against teams from the top five conferences. Most AP Polls (1949-2011)

With a 24-21 record against the other five top-rated  In inter-conference play among the RPI’s top five

Big 12 ............ .5860 Big East .............. .5802 ACC .................... .5751

SEC .................... .5601 Big Ten............... .5507 Mountain West... .5421

Vs. the Top Five RPI Conferences in 2010

ACC ....... 22-19 .. .537 SEC ......... 22-23 ... .489 Big East ... 16-21 ... .432

Big Ten .....16-20 ... .444 Big 12 .........15-8 ... .652

The ACC has been the RPI’s highest-rated conferall W-L records based on games through March 14 ence in five of the past seven years and 15 times overall since 1985 ... four of the five top-rated season Over the past six years, the ACC (154-106) has not RPI’s have been accomplished by the ACC. only played more games (260) against the other top six-ranked RPI conferences, but also has the highest No. 1 in Final RPI Regular Season Rankings winning percentage (.592) among the six RPI conferences in inter-league play. ACC ................... 15 Big 8/12 ..................... 3 SEC ............................4 Big Ten .......................3

Big East...................... 1 Pac-10 ....................... 0

Top RPI Conferences (1985-2010) (RPI prior to NCAA Tournament)

Year 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Conference NCAA W-L Atlantic Coast ................(12-5) Atlantic Coast ................(13-6) Big East .........................(14-5) Atlantic Coast ..................(9-5) Atlantic Coast ................(12-6) Atlantic Coast ................(14-5) Atlantic Coast ................(13-5) Big Eight ..........................(5-6) Atlantic Coast ................(14-5) Big Ten ..........................(11-7) Big Eight ..........................(8-5) Atlantic Coast ..................(6-6) Atlantic Coast ..................(8-6) Atlantic Coast ................(10-5) Big Ten ..........................(13-7) Southeastern .................(11-6) Southeastern ...................(5-6) Southeastern ...................(5-6) Southeastern ...................(6-6) Atlantic Coast .................(14-6) Atlantic Coast ................(12-4) Big Ten ............................(3-6) Atlantic Coast ..................(7-7) Atlantic Coast ..................(6-4) Atlantic Coast ..................(9-6) Big 12 ..............................(9-7)

Index .5875 .5940 .5854 .5801 .5891 .5948 .5826 .5745 .5937 .5879 .5982 .6023 .5979 .6047 .5891 .5738 .5849 .5839 .5807 .6083 .5845 .5839 .5854 .5733 .5842 .5860

In 2004, the ACC finished the regular season as the nation’s top-rated league with the highest rating (.6083) ever accorded a conference. Top Regular Season RPI Ratings 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Atlantic Coast ............2004........ .6083 Atlantic Coast ............1998........ .6047 Atlantic Coast ............1996........ .6023 Big Eight ...................1995........ .5982 Atlantic Coast ............1990........ .5948

Vs. the Top Six RPI Conferences, 2005-10 ACC ...... 154-106 . .592 Big 12..... 111-101 . .524 Big East .. 126-129 . .494

Big Ten .. 113-125... .475 Pac-10....... 70-89... .440 SEC ......... 99-138... .418

Nationally (Top 10) North Carolina .............772 Kentucky .....................745 UCLA...........................651 Duke............................640 Kansas ........................591 Louisville.....................499 Indiana ........................498 Syracuse .....................463 Illinois .........................418 Arizona ........................413

ACC North Carolina .........772 Duke ........................640 Maryland .................357 NC State ..................326 Wake Forest .............274 Georgia Tech ...........211 Virginia ....................181 Clemson ..................125 Boston College ........110 Florida State ............100 Virginia Tech..............48 Miami ........................43

North Carolina’s Bill Guthridge holds the ACC record

for the fastest climb to a No. 1 ranking in the AP poll, doing so after the first 10 games in the 1997-98 season ... in all, nine ACC coaches have directed their teams to all W-L records based on regular season an overall national ranking in their inaugural season at The ACC had the nation’s best non-conference record the school. against Division 1 opponents with a 134-31 (.812) mark.

Fastest to AP No. 1

ACC............... 150-39......... .794 Big 12 ................ 148-39 ............ .791 Big East ............. 166-51 ............ .765 SEC .................... 134-53 ............ .717 Missouri Valley .... 90-39 ............ .698 Big Ten .............. 106-46 ............ .697 In the final RPI of April 5, 2010, six ACC teams ranked among the top 25 nationally in terms of overall schedule strength ... Duke was fourth, Georgia Tech eighth, North Carolina 13th, Wake Forest 19th, Maryland 21st, Clemson 23rd.

Coach Date Games Bill Guthridge, North Carolina .... 12-15-97 ........10 Matt Doherty, North Carolina ......... 2-5-01 ........21 Dino Gaudio, Wake Forest ........... 1-19-09 ........46

ACC Coaches Ranked in First Season Bill Guthridge, UNC.................#1.......... Dec. 15, 1997 Matt Doherty, UNC .................#1.............Jan. 5, 2001 Roy Williams, UNC .................#7............ Dec. 8, 2003 Jeff Jones, UVa ....................#11.............Feb. 5, 1991 Steve Robinson, FSU ............#13.............Jan. 4, 1998 Skip Prosser, WF..................#14...........Jan. 14, 2002 Vic Bubas, Duke ...................#16.......... Dec. 22, 1959 Bucky Waters, Duke..............#16...........Jan. 20, 1970 Rick Barnes, Clem. ...............#18...........Jan. 10, 1995

Florida State’s 73-70 defeat of top-ranked North Carolina 73-70 in the semifinals of the 2009 ACC Tournament marked the 61st time that one of the current 12 ACC schools has defeated a No. 1-ranked team ... 11 of the current 12 ACC schools have at least one win over a When No. 1 North Carolina (17-0) hosted No. 3 Duke No. 1 ranked team ... 21 of the 61 victories have come (16-0) on Jan. 18, 1986, it marked the latest matchup against non-league top-ranked opponents. of undefeated ACC teams in league history.

Wins over No. 1-ranked Teams (15 or more wins)

Atlantic Coast (ACC).................. 61 Big East .............................................35 Big 12 ...............................................32 Southeastern (SEC)...........................31 Pac-10 ..............................................29 Big 10 ...............................................27 Conference USA ................................17 By ACC School: North Carolina (13), Maryland (10), Georgia Tech (9), Duke (8), NC State (6), Wake Forest (5), Virginia Tech (3),Clemson (2), Boston College (2), Florida State (2), Virginia (1).

January Games Between Unbeaten ACC Teams January 18, 1986 #3 Duke (16-0) at #1 N. Carolina (17-0) .......... UNC 95-92 January 17, 2009 #2 W. Forest (15-0) at #10 Clemson (16-0) ....... WF 78-68 January 17, 1973 #3 NC State (11-0) at #2 Maryland (10-0) ....... NCS 87-85 January 6, 1982 #2 Virginia (12-0) at #1 N. Carolina (10-0) ...... UNC 65-60 January 3, 1976 #9 NC State (8-0) vs. W. Forest (9-0) ................ WF 93-78 January 2, 1976 #3 N. Carolina (6-0) vs. W. Forest (8-0)............. WF 95-83 January 2, 2001 #8 Virginia (10-0) at #4 W. Forest (11-0)........... WF 96-73


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2009-10 ACC Individual Statistics Per Game Scoring Leaders

Player, Class, Team NCAA G Malcolm Delaney, Jr., VT ....................26.........33 Greivis Vasquez, Sr., Md. ....................35.........33 Jon Scheyer, Sr., Duke.....................................40 Kyle Singler, Jr., Duke ......................................40 Nolan Smith, Jr., Duke .....................................38 Sylven Landesberg, So., UVa ...........................27 Tracy Smith, Jr., NCS.......................................35 Al-Farouq Aminu, So., WF................................31 Trevor Booker, Sr., Clem. .................................32 Dorenzo Hudson, Jr., VT ..................................33 Joe Trapani, Jr., BC..........................................30 Deon Thompson, Sr., NC .................................37 Ishmael Smith, Sr., WF ....................................31 Gani Lawal, Jr., GT ...........................................36 Reggie Jackson, So., BC ..................................31 Landon Milbourne, Sr., Md. .............................33 Derrick Favors, Fr., GT .....................................36 Jeff Allen, Jr., VT..............................................34 Dwayne Collins, Sr., Miami ..............................29 Mike Scott, Jr., UVa .........................................28 Dennis Horner, Sr., NCS ..................................36 Solomon Alabi, So., FSU ..................................32 James Dews, Sr., Miami ..................................33 Demontez Stitt, Jr., Clem. ................................30 Corey Raji, Jr., BC ............................................29

FG 187 220 212 228 239 166 222 167 188 174 154 196 176 172 145 169 179 156 128 143 151 133 147 119 138

3FG 63 69 110 85 60 23 0 18 9 35 51 0 12 0 32 13 0 10 0 3 31 0 52 33 0

FT 230 138 194 166 122 111 134 139 101 117 65 115 44 127 77 67 90 87 91 46 97 108 35 72 56

Pts. 667 647 728 707 660 466 578 491 486 500 424 507 408 471 399 418 448 409 347 335 430 374 381 343 332

Malcom Delaney became the first Hokie to win the ACC scoring title ... Al-Farouq Aminu was the first Demon Deacon to capture the league’s rebounding title since Tim Duncan did so in 1997 ... Maryland’s Greivis Vasquez finished first in assists per game for the second time in three years ... Florida State’s Solomon Alabi led the ACC in blocked shots in each of the past two seasons.

PG 20.2 19.6 18.2 17.7 17.4 17.3 16.5 15.8 15.2 15.2 14.1 13.7 13.2 13.1 12.9 12.7 12.4 12.0 12.0 12.0 11.9 11.7 11.5 11.4 11.4

3-PT Field Goals Per Game

NCAA G Jon Scheyer, Sr., Duke...............43 ...40 Deividas Dulkys, So., FSU ..................32 Kyle Singler, Jr., Duke........................40 Greivis Vasquez, Sr., Md. ...................33 Adrian Thomas, Sr., Miami ................33 Will Graves, Jr., NC ............................36 Sammy Zeglinski, So., UVa ................31 Eric Hayes, Sr., Md. ...........................33 Malcolm Delaney, Jr., VT ...................33 Andre Young, So., Clem. ....................32

3FG 110 71 85 69 67 73 61 64 63 60

PG 2.8 2.2 2.1 2.1 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.9 1.9 1.9

Blocked Shots Per Game

NCAA G Solomon Alabi, So., FSU ............24 ...32 Derrick Favors, Fr., GT ...............46 ...36 Jerai Grant, Jr., Clem. ........................31 John Henson, Fr., NC .........................37 Chris Singleton, So., FSU ...................32 Al-Farouq Aminu, So., WF..................31 Trevor Booker, Sr., Clem....................32 Gani Lawal, Jr., GT .............................36 Jeff Allen, Jr., VT................................34 Landon Milbourne, Sr., Md. ...............33

Blk. 75 74 54 60 48 44 45 49 42 39

PG 2.3 2.1 1.7 1.6 1.5 1.4 1.4 1.4 1.2 1.2

Reb 133 143 90 108 85 105 94 105 89 79

PG 4.3 3.6 3.1 3.0 2.9 2.9 2.9 2.8 2.8 2.5

Field Goal Percentage

NCAA G Tracy Smith, Jr., NCS............ 45 ... 35 Trevor Booker, Sr., Clem....... 50 ... 32 Mike Scott, Jr., UVa ...................... 28 Landon Milbourne, Sr., Md. .......... 33 Deon Thompson, Sr., NC .............. 37 Al-Farouq Aminu, So., WF............. 31 Sylven Landesberg, So., UVa ........ 27 Nolan Smith, Jr., Duke .................. 38 Dorenzo Hudson, Jr., VT ............... 33 Joe Trapani, Jr., BC....................... 30

FGs 222-424 188-361 143-283 169-341 196-404 167-374 166-375 239-542 174-398 154-353

Pct. .524 .521 .505 .496 .485 .447 .443 .441 .437 .436

Rebounds Per Game NCAA G Reb. PG Al-Farouq Aminu, So., WF..........12 ...31 332 10.7 Jordan Williams, Fr., Md. ...................33 284 8.6 Gani Lawal, Jr., GT .............................36 305 8.5 Derrick Favors, Fr., GT .......................36 303 8.4 Trevor Booker, Sr., Clem....................32 268 8.4 Dwayne Collins, Sr., Miami ................29 225 7.8 Brian Zoubek, Sr., Duke .....................40 309 7.7 Jeff Allen, Jr., VT................................34 253 7.4 Tracy Smith, Jr., NCS.........................35 256 7.3 Mike Scott, Jr., UVa ...........................28 201 7.2

Offensive Rebounds Per Game

Free Throw Percentage NCAA G Jon Scheyer, Sr., Duke.......... 19 ... 40 Greivis Vasquez, Sr., Md. ...... 38 ... 33 Malcolm Delaney, Jr., VT .............. 33 C.J. Harris, Fr., WF ........................ 31 Sean Mosley, So., Md. .................. 32 Sylven Landesberg, So., UVa ........ 27 Kyle Singler, Jr., Duke................... 40 Solomon Alabi, So., FSU ............... 32 Reggie Johnson, Fr., Miami .......... 32 Dennis Horner, Sr., NCS ............... 36

FTs 194-221 138-161 230-273 108-130 86-106 111-137 166-208 108-136 84-107 97-124

Pct. .878 .857 .842 .831 .811 .810 .798 .794 .785 .782

Assists Per Game

NCAA G Greivis Vasquez, Sr., Md. .............5 ...33 Ishmael Smith, Sr., WF ................6 ...31 Larry Drew II, So., NC ..................8 ...37 Jon Scheyer, Sr., Duke.......................40 Reggie Jackson, So., BC ....................31 Malcolm Delaney, Jr., VT ...................33 Biko Paris, Jr., BC ..............................31 Iman Shumpert, So., GT ....................30 Eric Hayes, Sr., Md. ...........................33 Derwin Kitchen, Jr., FSU ....................31

Ast. 208 185 221 194 139 147 126 120 131 122

PG 6.3 6.0 6.0 4.9 4.5 4.5 4.1 4.0 4.0 3.9

Assist-to-Turnover Ratio

3-Pt FG Percentage NCAA G FGs Pct. Adrian Thomas, Sr., Miami ........... 33 67-159 .421 Kyle Singler, Jr., Duke................... 40 85-213 .399 Deividas Dulkys, So., FSU ............. 32 71-179 .397 Jon Scheyer, Sr., Duke.......... 48 ... 40 110-287 .383 Will Graves, Jr., NC ....................... 36 73-197 .371 Greivis Vasquez, Sr., Md. .............. 33 69-192 .359

Steals Per Game

Stl. 71 58 59 56 54 52 65 47 44 44

PG 2.2 1.9 1.7 1.7 1.7 1.7 1.6 1.5 1.5 1.4

Minutes Per Game

To be ranked, a player must have played in 75% of their team’s games. Minimums - Field Goal Percentage (5 made PG); Free Throw Percentage (2.5 made PG); 3-Point Field Goal Percentage (2.0 made PG); Assist to Turnover Ratio (3.0 assists PG).

NCAA G Chris Singleton, So., FSU ...........20 ...32 Iman Shumpert, So., GT ............48 ...30 Jeff Allen, Jr., VT................................34 Greivis Vasquez, Sr., Md. ...................33 Andre Young, So., Clem. ....................32 Ishmael Smith, Sr., WF ......................31 Jon Scheyer, Sr., Duke.......................40 Derwin Kitchen, Jr., FSU ....................31 Demontez Stitt, Jr., Clem. ..................30 Al-Farouq Aminu, So., WF..................31

G Al-Farouq Aminu, So., WF................. 31 Brian Zoubek, Sr., Duke .................... 40 Corey Raji, Jr., BC ............................. 29 Derrick Favors, Fr., GT ...................... 36 Dwayne Collins, Sr., Miami ............... 29 Gani Lawal, Jr., GT ............................ 36 Jordan Williams, Fr., Md. .................. 33 Deon Thompson, Sr., NC .................. 37 Trevor Booker, Sr., Clem................... 32 Solomon Alabi, So., FSU ................... 32

NCAA Ast TO Ratio Jon Scheyer, Sr., Duke................4 .. 194 65 2.98:1 Eric Hayes, Sr., Md. ..................21 .. 131 52 2.52:1 Ishmael Smith, Sr., WF .................... 185 95 1.95:1 Greivis Vasquez, Sr., Md. ................. 208 111 1.87:1 Larry Drew II, So., NC ...................... 221 121 1.83:1 Malcolm Grant, So., Miami .............. 117 66 1.77:1 Derwin Kitchen, Jr., FSU .................. 122 69 1.77:1 Reggie Jackson, So., BC .................. 139 80 1.74:1 Biko Paris, Jr., BC ............................ 126 76 1.66:1 Nolan Smith, Jr., Duke ..................... 114 69 1.65:1

G Ishmael Smith, Sr., WF ...................... 31 Jon Scheyer, Sr., Duke....................... 40 Kyle Singler, Jr., Duke........................ 40 Malcolm Delaney, Jr., VT ................... 33 Nolan Smith, Jr., Duke ....................... 38 Dorenzo Hudson, Jr., VT .................... 33 Greivis Vasquez, Sr., Md. ................... 33 Sylven Landesberg, So., UVa ............. 27 Tracy Smith, Jr., NCS......................... 35 Chris Singleton, So., FSU ................... 32

Min. 1140 1470 1436 1183 1349 1155 1120 868 1122 1005

PG 36.8 36.8 35.9 35.9 35.5 35.0 33.9 32.2 32.1 31.4


2009-10 ACC Team Statistics Scoring Offense

NCAA G Maryland .....................12 ... 33 Duke............................23 ... 40 North Carolina .............49 ... 37 Clemson ......................74 ... 32 Wake Forest ................86 ... 31 Georgia Tech ...............87 ... 36 Virginia Tech ...............89 ... 34 Miami ..........................94 ... 33 Boston College ..........164 ... 31 Florida State ..............189 ... 32 NC State ....................227 ... 36 Virginia......................251 ... 31

W-L 24-9 35-5 20-17 21-11 20-11 23-13 25-9 20-13 15-16 22-10 20-16 15-16

Pts. 2629 3079 2758 2350 2257 2621 2473 2390 2145 2183 2398 2029

PG 79.7 77.0 74.5 73.4 72.8 72.8 72.7 72.4 69.2 68.2 66.6 65.5

3-Pt. FG Pct. NCAA G Duke............................ 29 ... 40 Maryland ..................... 30 ... 33 Miami .......................... 71 ... 33 Georgia Tech ............... 80 ... 36 Virginia...................... 132 ... 31 Clemson .................... 163 ... 32 Florida State .............. 194 ... 32 NC State .................... 197 ... 36 North Carolina ........... 211 ... 37 Boston College .......... 220 ... 31 Wake Forest .............. 260 ... 31 Virginia Tech ............. 264 ... 34

Scoring Defense

W-L 22-10 35-5 15-16 20-16 21-11 20-13 25-9 23-13 15-16 24-9 20-11 20-17

Pts. 1932 2439 1971 2322 2065 2136 2215 2365 2048 2254 2155 2661

PG 60.4 61.0 63.6 64.5 64.5 64.7 65.1 65.7 66.1 68.3 69.5 71.9

3-Pt. FGs Per Game NCAA G Duke.................................... 57....... 40 Miami .................................. 58....... 33 Clemson ............................ 104....... 32 Georgia Tech ..................... 191....... 36 Maryland ........................... 193....... 33 Florida State ...................... 205....... 32 Virginia.............................. 217....... 31 NC State ............................ 249....... 36 Boston College .................. 267....... 31 North Carolina ................... 294....... 37 Virginia Tech ..................... 301....... 34 Wake Forest ...................... 315....... 31

NCAA G Florida State ................19 ... 32 Duke............................28 ... 40 Virginia........................54 ... 31 NC State ......................69 ... 36 Clemson ......................72 ... 32 Miami ..........................77 ... 33 Virginia Tech ...............86 ... 34 Georgia Tech .............100 ... 36 Boston College ..........112 ... 31 Maryland ...................178 ... 33 Wake Forest ..............200 ... 31 North Carolina ...........259 ... 37

3FG 301 195 245 213 177 216 186 193 176 159 134 157

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FGA 782 510 670 587 507 631 556 580 534 488 435 511

Pct. .385 .382 .366 .363 .349 .342 .335 .333 .330 .326 .308 .307

Turnover Margin

NCAA G Maryland ..................... 17 ... 33 Duke............................ 20 ... 40 Virginia Tech ............... 27 ... 34 Clemson ...................... 43 ... 32 Virginia...................... 103 ... 31 NC State .................... 173 ... 36 Florida State .............. 206 ... 32 Miami ........................ 209 ... 33 Boston College .......... 234 ... 31 Georgia Tech ............. 246 ... 36 Wake Forest .............. 255 ... 31 North Carolina ........... 257 ... 37

Own Opp. Mar. 11.6 15.1 3.5 11.0 14.2 3.2 12.3 15.4 3.1 15.0 17.2 2.2 10.7 11.9 1.2 13.1 13.2 0.1 16.5 16.0 -0.5 14.1 13.6 -0.5 12.7 11.7 -1.0 16.4 15.2 -1.2 15.2 13.7 -1.5 15.2 13.7 -1.5

Stl. 301 245 216 213 195 186 177 193 159 176 157 134

PG 7.5 7.4 6.8 5.9 5.9 5.8 5.7 5.4 5.1 4.8 4.6 4.3

Assist/TO Ratio

Own Opp. Mar. 16.5 11.6 1.42:1 13.9 11.0 1.26:1 13.0 10.7 1.21:1 15.0 12.7 1.18:1 15.5 15.2 1.02:1 13.4 13.1 1.02:1 14.0 14.1 0.99:1 12.2 12.3 0.99:1 14.2 15.0 0.94:1 14.1 16.4 0.86:1 13.9 16.5 0.84:1 11.9 15.2 0.78:1

NCAA G Maryland ....................... 9 ... 33 Duke............................ 29 ... 40 Virginia........................ 34 ... 31 Boston College ............ 42 ... 31 North Carolina ........... 107 ... 37 NC State .................... 114 ... 36 Miami ........................ 137 ... 33 Virginia Tech ............. 141 ... 34 Clemson .................... 175 ... 32 Georgia Tech ............. 236 ... 36 Florida State .............. 246 ... 32 Wake Forest .............. 280 ... 31

Scoring Margin

NCAA G Duke..............................3 ... 40 Maryland .....................12 ... 33 Clemson ......................34 ... 32 Florida State ................50 ... 32 Miami ..........................52 ... 33 Virginia Tech ...............53 ... 34 Georgia Tech ...............58 ... 36 Wake Forest ..............113 ... 31 Boston College ..........115 ... 31 North Carolina ...........117 ... 37 NC State ....................138 ... 36 Virginia......................141 ... 31

Off. 77.0 79.7 73.4 68.2 72.4 72.7 72.8 72.8 69.2 74.5 66.6 65.5

Def. Mar. FG Pct. Defense NCAA G 61.0 16.0 Florida State .................. 1 ... 32 68.3 11.4 Georgia Tech ................. 9 ... 36 64.5 8.9 Wake Forest ................ 12 ... 31 60.4 7.8 Maryland ..................... 16 ... 33 64.7 7.7 Virginia Tech ............... 32 ... 34 65.1 7.6 Duke............................ 43 ... 40 65.7 7.1 Miami .......................... 53 ... 33 69.5 3.3 North Carolina ............. 71 ... 37 66.1 3.1 Clemson .................... 116 ... 32 71.9 2.6 NC State .................... 123 ... 36 64.5 2.1 Boston College .......... 196 ... 31 63.6 1.9 Virginia...................... 199 ... 31

FG 660 818 738 808 778 883 737 984 746 841 766 732

FGA 1752 2129 1890 2052 1949 2202 1813 2389 1768 1990 1757 1678

Pct. .377 .384 .390 .394 .399 .401 .407 .412 .422 .423 .436 .436

Assists Per Game

NCAA G Maryland ............................. 11....... 33 North Carolina ..................... 23....... 37 Boston College .................... 42....... 31 Clemson .............................. 84....... 32 Georgia Tech ....................... 89....... 36 Miami .................................. 97....... 33 Florida State ...................... 100....... 32 Duke.................................. 112....... 40 NC State ............................ 136....... 36 Virginia.............................. 172....... 31 Virginia Tech ..................... 222....... 34 Wake Forest ...................... 241....... 31

Stl. 545 575 465 453 508 461 446 555 483 403 414 369

PG 16.5 15.5 15.0 14.2 14.1 14.0 13.9 13.9 13.4 13.0 12.2 11.9

Field Goal Pct.

NCAA G Maryland .....................31 ... 33 Miami ..........................53 ... 33 Georgia Tech ...............54 ... 36 Clemson ......................78 ... 32 Florida State ................80 ... 32 Boston College ..........103 ... 31 North Carolina ...........114 ... 37 Duke..........................151 ... 40 NC State ....................176 ... 36 Wake Forest ..............177 ... 31 Virginia Tech .............211 ... 34 Virginia......................213 ... 31

FG 966 843 948 851 783 798 1012 1048 857 811 851 733

FGA 2052 1820 2064 1878 1733 1787 2292 2374 1975 1869 1994 1720

Pct. .471 .463 .459 .453 .452 .447 .442 .441 .434 .434 .427 .426

3-Pt. FG% Defense NCAA G Duke.............................. 2 ... 40 Wake Forest .................. 8 ... 31 Clemson ...................... 10 ... 32 Virginia Tech ............... 16 ... 34 Boston College ............ 21 ... 31 NC State ...................... 37 ... 36 Georgia Tech ............... 52 ... 36 Florida State .............. 102 ... 32 Miami ........................ 111 ... 33 Maryland ................... 163 ... 33 North Carolina ........... 185 ... 37 Virginia...................... 226 ... 31

3FG 158 179 148 182 150 162 240 203 210 221 284 180

FGA 559 613 503 607 497 524 762 619 635 651 828 512

Pct. .283 .292 .294 .300 .302 .309 .315 .328 .331 .339 .343 .352

Blocked Shots Per Game NCAA G Florida State ........................ 10....... 32 North Carolina ..................... 13....... 37 Georgia Tech ....................... 22....... 36 Wake Forest ........................ 25....... 31 Clemson .............................. 43....... 32 Maryland ............................. 48....... 33 Virginia Tech ....................... 50....... 34 Miami .................................. 62....... 33 NC State .............................. 72....... 36 Duke.................................... 95....... 40 Boston College .................. 149....... 31 Virginia.............................. 248....... 31

Blk. 200 208 190 163 151 154 158 146 154 162 108 81

PG 6.3 5.6 5.3 5.3 4.7 4.7 4.7 4.4 4.3 4.1 3.5 2.6

Free Throw Pct. NCAA G Duke.............................. 6 ... 40 Virginia........................ 18 ... 31 Maryland ..................... 49 ... 33 Virginia Tech ............... 82 ... 34 Boston College ............ 87 ... 31 NC State .................... 205 ... 36 Miami ........................ 208 ... 33 Clemson .................... 259 ... 32 Wake Forest .............. 265 ... 31 Georgia Tech ............. 266 ... 36 North Carolina ........... 274 ... 37 Florida State .............. 295 ... 32

FT 682 386 502 614 390 491 459 432 501 512 558 431

FTA 899 516 689 856 545 723 677 654 762 779 854 669

Pct. .759 .748 .729 .717 .716 .679 .678 .661 .657 .657 .653 .644

Rebound Margin

Own Opp. Mar. Steals Per Game NCAA G 39.0 32.8 6.2 Clemson ................................ 8....... 32 41.9 36.6 5.3 Florida State ........................ 29....... 32 37.8 32.6 5.2 Georgia Tech ....................... 41....... 36 42.1 37.4 4.8 Maryland ............................. 67....... 33 39.7 35.0 4.8 Wake Forest ...................... 119....... 31 36.3 31.5 4.7 Virginia Tech ..................... 131....... 34 35.9 32.8 3.2 Miami ................................ 136....... 33 36.8 34.8 2.1 North Carolina ................... 155....... 37 37.6 36.2 1.4 Duke.................................. 161....... 40 38.5 37.9 0.5 NC State ............................ 187....... 36 34.0 33.5 0.5 Virginia.............................. 221....... 31 34.9 35.5 -0.6 Boston College .................. 311....... 31

Stl. 301 267 288 256 221 237 229 249 264 234 190 155

PG 9.4 8.3 8.0 7.8 7.1 7.0 6.9 6.7 6.6 6.5 6.1 5.0

NCAA G Duke............................ 12 ... 40 North Carolina ............. 22 ... 37 Florida State ................ 25 ... 32 Wake Forest ................ 33 ... 31 Georgia Tech ............... 34 ... 36 Boston College ............ 35 ... 31 Miami .......................... 74 ... 33 Clemson .................... 108 ... 32 Virginia Tech ............. 139 ... 34 Maryland ................... 171 ... 33 Virginia...................... 174 ... 31 NC State .................... 208 ... 36


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1954

The inaugural ACC Tournament was held at Reynolds Coliseum in Raleigh, N.C., on March 4-6, 1954 ... Tournament session tickets were sold at two prices, $9 and $6 ... a total of 39,200 fans attended the tournament, but only the Saturday semifinals were a sellout ... Thursday attracted 6,800 for the afternoon session and 8,500 in the evening ... Sunday’s championship game between Wake Forest and NC State drew 900 under capacity ... in all, the league grossed $70,252 in revenue that first year.

The 2011 ACC Tournament is scheduled for March 10-13 at the Greensboro (N.C.) Coliseum. The 2011 Tournament marks the 23rd time that the facility has hosted the Tournament.

Wake Forest vs. South Carolina - 1954 First Round

1974: NC State 103, Maryland 100 (ot)

Considered one of the greatest games in college basketball history … NC State entered the game 25-1 and as the nation’s top-ranked team while Maryland was 23-4 and ranked fourth … against ACC opponents, State had not been beaten in 31 straight games while the Terps were making their third straight ACC title game appearance … 15,541 were in attendance at the newly renovated Greensboro (N.C.) Coliseum even though that figure seems to have grown three-fold as the years pass … for 40 minutes, both teams ran and dared each other to greatness, and when time expired, they were still even … for five more minutes, they went at each other again … it came down to the final six seconds before State’s Monte Towe converted a one-and-one clinching a 103-100 victory for State … the Terps shot 61 percent from then floor while the Wolfpack made 55 percent … four Terrapins played all 45 minutes … State’s Tom Burleson made 18 of 25 shots for a game-high 38 points to go along with his 13 rebounds and earned the Everett Case Award, given to the MVP of the ACC Tournament.

1974 ACC Title Game NC State (103) MP FG FT RB A PF PTS David Thompson 43 10-24 9-11 5 3 2 29 Tim Stoddard 19 2-3 0-2 6 1 1 4 Tom Burleson 39 18-25 2-4 13 2 3 38 Monte Towe 41 7-11 3-4 2 8 2 17 Mo Rivers 42 4-13 0-1 5 1 4 8 Phil Spence 34 3-4 1-4 6 0 2 7 Mark Moeller 7 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Totals 225 44-80 15-26 37 15 14 103 Maryland (100) Tom McMillen Owen Brown Len Elmore John Lucas Mo Howard Tom Roy Billy Hahn Totals

MP FG FT RB A PF PTS 45 11-16 0-0 7 5 1 22 26 7-9 0-0 2 0 5 14 45 7-12 4-5 13 0 3 18 45 9-20 0-1 3 10 4 18 45 10-15 2-2 3 5 1 22 12 3-4 0-0 0 0 1 6 7 0-1 0-0 0 0 1 0 225 47-77 6-8 31 20 19 100

NC State 50 Maryland 55 Attendance: 15,541

47 42

6 3

= 103 = 100

Originally built in 1959 as War Memorial Coliseum, it was renamed the Greensboro Coliseum in the late 1960’s. In addition to the ACC Tournament, the Coliseum has hosted the Southern Conference Basketball Tournament from 1996 to 1999 and various NCAA Basketball Tournaments, including the 1974 NCAA Men’s Final Four where NC State ended the UCLA dynasty at seven consecutive national titles.

Player to Coach

Since the inaugural ACC Tournament in 1954, nine men have played and then later coached in the event ... Sidney Lowe, Bucky Waters and Matt Doherty are the only ACC head coaches to play for an ACC champion ... Waters played for the 1956 ACC Champion Wolfpack while Lowe was on the 1983 NC State championship squad ... Doherty appeared in every game for North Carolina in the Tar Heels’ ACC title years of 1981 and 1982.

As A Player Lefty Driesell, Duke ............................1954 Jackie Murdock, Wake Forest....... 1955-57 Bucky Waters, NC State .....................1958 Les Robinson, NC State ............... 1963-64 Gary Williams, Maryland .............. 1965-67 Bobby Cremins, So. Carolina........ 1968-70 Jeff Jones, Virginia....................... 1979-82 Sidney Lowe, NC State ................. 1980-82 Matt Doherty, North Carolina ....... 1981-84

As A Coach Jackie Murdock, Wake Forest.............1966 Bucky Waters, Duke ..................... 1970-73 Lefty Driesell, Maryland................ 1970-86 Les Robinson, NC State ............... 1991-96 Bobby Cremins, Georgia Tech ...... 1982-00 Gary Williams, Maryland .............. 1990-10 Jeff Jones, Virginia....................... 1991-98 Matt Doherty, North Carolina ....... 2001-02 Sidney Lowe, NC State ................. 2007-09

1978

The 1978 ACC Tournament was unique in several respects. It was the first tournament that every team entered with a winning overall record. It also marked the first time that non-ACC officials were hired. In addition, a national TV audience watched the title game for the first time. Concerned that a Saturday afternoon final after Friday night semifinals would cause fatigue, administrators scheduled the first two rounds for Wednesday and Thursday with no games on Friday. A young Duke team that started two freshmen, two sophomores and a junior captured the title, downing Wake Forest 85-77 in the championship game.

Built in 1959, the Coliseum originally seated 9,200 and was one of the largest arenas in the South. A major renovation in 1993-94 expanded capacity to 23,500 for basketball.

ACC Tournament Career Records Career Points

J.J. Redick, Duke ......................... 2003-06 Len Chappell, Wake Forest ........... 1960-62 Tim Duncan, Wake Forest ............ 1994-97 Len Rosenbluth, North Carolina ... 1955-57 Art Heyman, Duke ........................ 1961-63

225 220 202 196 193

Career Scoring Average Len Rosenbluth, North Carolina ... 1955-57 Grady Wallace, South Carolina ..... 1956-57 Len Chappell, Wake Forest ........... 1960-62 Randolph Childress, W. Forest ...1991,93-95 Charlie Davis, Wake Forest ........... 1969-71

32.7 30.3 27.5 26.0 25.8

Career Rebounds

Tim Duncan, Wake Forest ............ 1994-97 Ronnie Shavlik, NC State.............. 1954-56 Carroll Youngkin, Duke ................ 1959-61 Mike Gminski, Duke ..................... 1977-80 Shelden Williams, Duke ............... 2003-06

Career Assists

139 136 118 118 110

Ed Cota, North Carolina ................ 1997-00 Steve Blake, Maryland .................. 2000-03 Drew Barry, Georgia Tech ............ 1993-96 Jason Williams, Duke ................... 2000-02 Bobby Hurley, Duke ..................... 1990-93 Chris Duhon, Duke ....................... 2001-04

68 64 61 60 58 58

Double-Doubles Carroll Youngkin, Duke ................ 1959-61 Tim Duncan, Wake Forest ............ 1994-97

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The first 13 ACC Tournaments were held in NC State’s Reynolds Colisieum (1954-1966) ... the Wolfpack had a 20-8 ACC Tournament record during that period, winning the league title five times … Maryland became the first non-North Carolina team to win the league title in 1958 when Bud Millikan’s fourth-seeded Terps defeated Virginia, Duke and North Carolina en route to the championship. In 1965, a new tournament site schedule was approved and a three-year rotation was announced: 1966 in Raleigh, 1967 in Greensboro and 1968 in Charlotte. Since being moved from Reynolds Coliseum, the ACC Tournament has been held at the original Charlotte Coliseum, the Capital Centre in Landover, Md., the MCI Center in Washington, D.C., the Omni and the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Ga., the second Charlotte (N.C.) Coliseum, the St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa, Fla., the Charlotte Bobcats Arena and the Greensboro (N.C.) Coliseum.

ACC Tournament by Building & Attendance Greensboro Coliseum ........22 ..... 1,811,833 Reynolds Coliseum............13 ........ 600,000 Charlotte Coliseum (2nd) ....8 ........ 880,055 Capital Centre ......................3 ........ 212,048 The Omni .............................3 ........ 200,676 Charlotte Coliseum (1st)......3 ........ 139,328 Georgia Dome .....................2 ........ 340,637 St. Pete Times Forum ..........1 ........ 133,614 Charlotte Bobcats Arena ......1 ........ 120,210 MCI Center ..........................1 ........ 101,505 Totals .............................57 ..... 4,539,906

58th Annual ACC Tournament March 10-13, Greensboro (N.C.) Coliseum

First Round

Quarterfinals

#8 Seed

Game 1 12:00 noon

Officially Champion

Contrary to popular belief, the ACC basketball champion has not always been “officially” declared in the Tournament. The ACC merely copied the old Southern Conference by-laws, and the term pertaining to basketball just read: “Beginning December 1 and ending with the conference basketball tournament.” With 17 Southern Conference teams, teams it didn’t pay to be too detailed. In the early years of the Tournament, unofficially, and by custom, everyone regarded the Tournament champion as the ACC champion. But it wasn’t until July, 1, 1961, that the words “and the winner shall be the conference champion” were added to the ACC by-laws.

Finals

Game 5 12:00 noon

8/9 winner Game 9 1:00 p.m.

#9 Seed #4 Seed #5 Seed

Game 2 2:00 p.m.*

Game 6 2:00 p.m.*

5/12 winner Game 11 1:00 p.m.

#12 Seed

ACC Champion

#2 Seed #7 Seed

Game 3 7:00 p.m.

Future Dates & Sites

From 2013 to 2015, the ACC has the option to move the tournament to a different site once. If this occurs, the Greensboro Coliseum will be granted the 2016 Tournament.

Semifinals

#1 Seed

Game 7 7:00 p.m.

7/10 winner Game 10 3:00 p.m.

#10 Seed

Year Date Site 2011......... 2011 .........March March 10-13 ............ ............Greensboro Greensboro 2012......... 2012 .........March March 8-11 ..................... Atlanta 2013......... 2013 .........March March 14-17 ............ ............Greensboro Greensboro 2014......... 2014 .........March March 13-16 ............ ............Greensboro Greensboro 2015......... 2015 .........March March 12-15 ............ ............Greensboro Greensboro

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#3 Seed #6 Seed

Game 4 9:00 p.m.*

Game 8 9:00 p.m.*

6/11 winner

#11 Seed *denotes tentative game time

ACC Sets NCAA Attendance Record The 2001 ACC Tournament, held March 8-11 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, was the most attended conference basketball tournament in NCAA history. With pre-tournament ticket sales in excess of 40,000, the ACC established NCAA attendance records for: Total Attendance (182,525) Per Session Attendance (36,505) Single Session Attendance (40,083)


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March 4-5-6, 1954 The inaugural ACC Tournament proves to be a harbinger of things to come as three of the seven games are decided in overtime (and another two by four points or less). Led by Tournament MVP Dickie Hemric, Wake Forest apears in all March 5, 1965 three of the overtime games, losing to to NC State 82-80 In one of the most poignant moments in ACC history, an in the title game. ailing legend Everett Case is hoisted on the shoulders of his former players to cut down the nets following NC State’s March 3, 1955 91-85 upset of top-seeded Duke in title game. Dying of In the first ACC Tournament game to reach the century cancer, Case was forced to retire two games into the 1964mark, NC State’s Ronnie Shavlik totals 27 points and 15 65 season, turning the team over to assistant Press Mararebounds to lead the Wolfpack to a 101-76 quarterfinal vich. The Wolfpack’s Larry Worsley comes off the bench win over Clemson. to score 30 points and becomes the only non-starter ever honored as the Tournament MVP. March 3, 1956 Vic Molodet scores 32 points as NC State lays claim to its March 9-11, 1967 third straight ACC title with a 76-64 win over Wake Forest. The ACC Tournament is played at the Greensboro ColiseThe title is the Wolfpack’s ninth in 10 years (6 Southern, 3 um, marking the first time it is played outside of NC State’s ACC) and improves Everett Case’s conference tournament Reynolds Coliseum. North Carolina defeats Duke 82-73 to record to 29-1. win the first of 13 ACC titles by Tar Heel head coach Dean Smith. March 7, 1957 North Carolina’s Lennie Rosenbuth sets the ACC Tourna- March 8, 1968 ment single-game scoring record with 45 points in a 81-61 In the lowest scoring game in ACC Tournament history, NC quarterfinal win over Clemson. Rosenbluth and South Car- State’s Eddie Biedenbach scores a team-high four points as olina’s Grady Wallace each scores more than 100 points in the Wolfpack upsets Duke 12-10 in the semifinals. the tournament, the most prolific output by a pair of players in the event’s history. March 7, 1969 In the only ACC Tournament game where both teams’ March 9, 1957 starting lineups play the entire contest, third-seeded Duke No. 1 ranked North Carolina runs its record to 27-0 and gets 18 points from Dave Golden en route to a 68-59 win the Tar Heels win the first of 17 ACC titles, beating South over second-seeded South Carolina. Carolina 95-75. Grady Wallace, the country’s No. 1 scorer, nets 28 in the loss. March 8, 1969 North Carolina’s Charles Scott scores 40 points, including March 8, 1958 28 in the second half as the top-seeded Tar Heels rally from Maryland beats defending champion North Carolina 86-74 an 11-point second-half deficit to defeat Duke 85-74. and becomes the first school outside the state of North Carolina to claim an ACC Tournament crown. March 7, 1970 NC State wins its first ACC Tournament under coach Norman March 7, 1959 Sloan, upsetting top-seed South Carolina 42-39 in double NC State wins its fourth ACC title in six years by beating overtime. With USC’s John Roche, the ACC Player of the Year, North Carolina 80-56. With the Wolfpack on NCAA pro- hobbled by an ankle injury, the Wolfpack slows the tempo and bation, the Tar Heels represent the ACC in the following gets the decisive basket off a steal by guard Ed Leftwich. week’s NCAA Tournament. March 13, 1971 March 5, 1960 South Carolina claims its only ACC basketball title, defeating Following a 10-inch snowfall on Wednesday, all four of top-seeded North Carolina 52-51. The Gamecocks, despite Thursday’s quarterfinal games are carried live by Raleigh’s shooting only 28 percent from the floor, win a jump ball and WRAL (Channel 5) ... entering the tournament with a 12- get the victory as center Tom Owens scores the game-win10 mark, 4th-seeded Duke upends No. 1 North Carolina ning layup with 0:01 left to play. South Carolina announces and No. 2 Wake Forest on consecutive nights to secure the its intent to withdraw from the ACC two weeks later. school’s first ACC title. March 9, 1974 March 2-4, 1961 ACC Tournament MVP Tom Burleson has 38 points and As a result of NCAA probation, North Carolina elects not to 13 rebounds as No. 1 NC State beats fourth-ranked Maryparticipate in the 1961 ACC Tournament. With only seven land 103-100 in overtime before 15,541 at the Greensboro teams participating, tournament attendance drops; just 4,544 Coliseum. The Wolfpack receives the ACC bid to the NCAA ticket books are sold versus 7,626 in 1960. Wake Forest gets Tournament. Two weeks later in the same buidling, NC 33 points and 14 rebounds from Len Chappell as the Deacs State wins the school’s first NCAA title, defeating UCLA capture their first ACC title with a 96-81 win over Duke. and Marquette in the Final Four.

March 6, 1976 Tournament MVP Wally Walker has 21 points as Virginia, seeded No. 6 in a seven-team field, becomes the lowest seed to win an ACC title. The Cavaliers defeat three nationally ranked teams in succession, culminating with a 67-62 victory over North Carolina en route to the school’s first league crown.

March 1, 1962 Sixth-seeded Clemson posts a 67-46 quarterfinal victory over NC State, recording its first post-season tournament victory since 1939. Starting a lineup of four sophomores and one senior, Press Maravich’s “Tiger Cubs” advance to the finals before losing to top-seeded Wake Forest 77-66. The Tigers do not reach the championship game again until 2008.

March 6-8, 1975 The most tightly contested tournament in league history has six games decided by a total margin of 20 points (3.3 points per game). North Carolina’s Phil Ford is the first freshman to earn Tournament MVP honors.

March 8, 2007 In the highest scoring game in tournament history, Wake Forest, led by Harvey Hale’s 22 points, places seven players in double figures and beats Georgia Tech 114-112 in double overtime at the St. Pete Times Forum.

March 4-6, 1976 For the first time, the tournament is held outside of North Carolina and Landover’s Capital Centre in Maryland February 28, 1963 (19,600) becomes the largest venue to host the event. Duke’s Art Heyman turns in the only triple-double in Tour- To avoid Capital Beltway traffic problems, the first-round nament history. Heyman has 21 points, 18 rebounds and games are all scheduled for a single session at 1:00, 3:00 10 assists in an 89-70 win over Virginia. and 5:00 p.m.

March 12-15, 2009 The ACC Tournament returns to Atlanta’s Georgia Dome and becomes the second-most attended conference basketball tournament in NCAA history with 158,112 spectators in the four days. Florida State reaches the finals for the first time since entering the league in 1991-92, but falls to Duke 79-69.

ACC TOURNAMENT TIMELINE

March 1-4, 1978 The entire tournament is televised live for the first time with the championship game shown on ABC’s Wide World of Sports on Saturday at 4:30 p.m. Player fatigue is a concern, so quarterfinal games are moved to Wednesday and the semifinals to Thursday to give the players Friday off. At the coaches’ request, outside officials (SEC) are used during tournament games. March 1-3, 1979 The tournament is moved back to its traditional six-game, three-day (Thursday-Saturday) format. Game officials for the 1979 tournament are from the Southwest Conference. March 1-3, 1980 Georgia Tech makes its ACC Tournament debut, taking No. 1 seeded Maryland into overtime before losing 51-49. Game officials are from the Metro Conference. March 10, 1985 Tournament MVP Mark Price scores a team-high 16 points as top-seeded Georgia Tech and coach Bobby Creminds secure their first ACC title, defeating No. 2 North Carolina 57-54 at the Omni in Atlanta. March 9, 1986 Duke defeats Georgia Tech 68-67 for the first of 11 ACC titles by Blue Devil head coach Mike Krzyzewski. March 9-12, 1995 Wake Forest guard Randolph Childress sets the ACC Tournament scoring record with 107 points in three games, including 37 points in the Deacons’ 82-80 overtime win in the title game. March 8-11, 2001 With the tournament in Atlanta’s Georgia Dome for the first time, the ACC sets records as the most attended conference basketball tournament in college basketball history. The ACC establishes NCAA records for total attendance (182,525), per-session average attendance (36,505) and single-session total attendance (40,083). March 16, 2003 Duke wins its fifth straight ACC title, an unmatched run, beating NC State 84-77 in the championship game. J.J. Redick nets a game-high 30 points for the Blue Devils. March 9-12, 2006 With the addition of Boston College as the league’s 12th member, the tournament adopts its current format; seeds 5-12 play on the first day and seeds 1-4 receive a first-round bye. BC reaches the finals on its first try but falls to Duke 78-76.


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School Arena 1st Game Opponent Result Cost Seating Boston College ........... Silvio O. Conte Forum ....................... 11/26/88 .............. Harvard........................ Won 70-54 .............$25,000,000 .............. 8,606 Clemson ..................... Littlejohn Coliseum............................ 11/30/68 .............. Georgia Tech ............... Won 76-72 ...............$3,700,000 ............ 11,020 Duke........................... Cameron Indoor Stadium .................. 1/6/40 .................. Princeton ..................... Won 36-27 ..................$400,000 .............. 9,314 Florida State ............... Donald L. Tucker Center .................... 11/29/81 .............. Florida A&M ................ Won 81-67 ............$33,500,000 ............ 12,500 Georgia Tech .............. Alexander Memorial Coliseum ........... 11/30/56 .............. Duke .............................Lost 61-71 ...............$1,600,000 .............. 9,191 Maryland .................... Comcast Center ................................. 11/24/02 .............. Miami of Ohio .............. Won 64-49 ...........$125,000,000 ............ 17,100 Miami ......................... BankUnited Center............................. 2/4/03 .................. North Carolina ...... Won in OT 64-61 .............$48,000,000 .............. 7,000 North Carolina ............ Dean E. Smith Center ........................ 1/18/86 ................ Duke ............................ Won 95-92 .............$33,800,000 ............ 21,572 NC State ..................... RBC Center ........................................ 11/19/99 .............. Georgia ........................ Won 67-63 ...........$158,000,000 ............ 19,722 Virginia....................... John Paul Jones Arena ...................... 11/12/06 .............. Arizona ........................ Won 93-90 ..........$129,800,000 ............ 15,219 Virginia Tech .............. Cassell Coliseum ............................... 1/3/62 .................. Alabama....................... Won 91-67 ...............$2,700,000 .............. 9,847 Wake Forest ............... Lawrence Joel Coliseum.................... 11/11/89 .............. Davidson ..................... Won 84-65 .............$26,000,000 ............ 14,407 Boston College - Silvio Conte, member of the United States House of Representatives. Clemson - J.C. Littlejohn, longtime business manager. Duke - Eddie Cameron, basketball coach, football coach, athletics director. Florida State - Donald L. Tucker, speaker of the Florida House of Representatives. Georgia Tech - William A. Alexander, football coach, athletics director. Maryland - Comcast Corporation, telecommunications company. North Carolina - Dean E. Smith, former basketball coach. Virginia - John Paul Jones, 1948 Virginia law graduate and university benefactor. NC State - RBC Center, Royal Bank of Canada. Virginia Tech - Stuart K. Cassell, 1st vice president of administration at Virginia Tech. Wake Forest - Lawrence Joel, Medal of Honor winner in Vietnam.

ACC eclipses 2.2 million in attendance for the fifth straight year

For a fifth consecutive year, the ACC surpassed the 2.2 million mark in basketball attendance with the 12 league teams totaling 2,217,642 over 210 regularseason games and six ACC Tournament sessions ... the league’s average was 10,713 per game ... Clemson (+989), Georgia Tech (+502) and Miami (+176) increased their per game averages from 2008-09 ... North Carolina (17,786) was fifth in Division I in attendance while Maryland (16,792) was seventh.

2009-10 ACC Attendance School G North Carolina ......... 19 Maryland ................. 16 NC State .................. 17 Wake Forest ............ 15 Virginia .................... 17 Clemson .................. 16 Duke ........................ 17 Virginia Tech ........... 19 Georgia Tech ........... 16 Florida State ............ 16 Boston College ........ 17 Miami ...................... 16 ACC Tournament ..... 6 2010 Total ........... 207

Total 337,934 268,673 224,131 177,498 172,389 151,442 158,338 176,159 127,669 117,381 90,394 75,411 140,223 2,217,642

Avg. 17,786 16,792 13,184 11,833 10,141 9,465 9,314 9,272 7,979 7,336 5,317 4,713 23,371 10,713

2010 Total ............. 207 2009 Total ............. 206 2008 Total ............. 209 2007 Total ............. 219 2006 Total ............. 197 2005 Total ............. 180 2004 Total ............. 148 2003 Total ............. 149

2,217,642 2,254,786 2,355,822 2,435,441 2,277,076 1,997,443 1,774,475 1,719,813

10,713 10,946 11,272 11,120 11,558 11,097 11,990 11,542

2010 Conference Tournament Attendance ACC ................ 23,371 Big East .......... 19,375 Big 12 ............. 18,900 SEC ................ 17,661

Big Ten........ 16,325 Pac-10 ........ 12,454 Mnt. West ... 12,002 MVC ............ 10,323

ACC homecourt records and win streaks

The home team won 66 of 96 conference games (.688) in 2009-10 - the second-highest winning percentage in eight years, and the third-best mark in 22 seasons ... Duke (17-0) had the best overall home court mark in 2009-10 ... the Blue Devils have won 19 in a row and 48 of the last 50 games in Cameron Indoor Stadium .

ACC Home Court W-L Records Arenas Games Smith Center .................. 349 Cameron Indoor ............. 900 Comcast Center.............. 139 Lawrence Joel ................ 327 Cassell Coliseum ............ 627 Alexander Coliseum ....... 736 RBC Center .................... 192 Littlejohn Coliseum ........ 625 Tucker Center................. 444 John Paul Jones............... 71 Conte Forum .................. 361 BankUnited Center ......... 121

Won 293 752 114 268 483 547 142 456 318 49 248 81

Lost 56 148 25 59 144 189 50 169 126 22 113 40

Pct. .840 .836 .820 .820 .770 .743 .740 .730 .716 .690 .687 .669

Duke holds the ACC homecourt win streak record with a 46-game mark between the 1998 and 2000 seasons ... the Blue Devils also hold the ACC’s longest home court winning streak over non-league foes (95).

All-Game Home Court Win Streak School Years Duke............................... 1998-00 Duke............................... 2001-04 Duke............................... 1991-93 NC State ......................... 1972-75 Virginia........................... 1980-83 Clemson ......................... 1988-91 Maryland ........................ 1979-81 North Carolina ................ 1992-94 North Carolina ................ 1977-80 Wake Forest ................... 1995-97

Total 46 41 36 36 34 30 26 25 25 25

Conference Games Home Court W-L Year 1954 1955 (Lowest%) 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 (Highest%) 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals

W-L 22-14 29-26 35-20 39-15 34-20 35-17 31-19 32-18 31-19 28-24 34-16 33-19 35-18 28-24 31-20 28-20 29-20 41-15 28-10 27-13 26-16 28-14 24-18 21-19 30-12 27-15 42-14 33-23 33-23 36-20 34-22 35-21 33-23 30-26 35-21 39-17 36-20 38-18 45-27 41-31 49-23 47-25 46-26 45-27 42-30 47-25 46-26 44-28 46-26 53-19 47-25 55-33 60-36 63-33 58-38 61-35 66-30 2,167-1,251

Pct. .595 .527 .649 .722 .630 .673 .620 .640 .620 .539 .680 .635 .660 .539 .608 .583 .592 .732 .737 .675 .571 .567 .571 .583 .714 .643 .750 .589 .589 .643 .607 .625 .589 .536 .625 .696 .643 .679 .625 .569 .681 .653 .639 .625 .583 .653 .639 .611 .639 .736 .653 .625 .625 .656 .604 .635 .688 .634


ACC Records

26 ACC individual career win totals

Following are the career listings for ACC players in career wins, both overall and in ACC games only. The totals take into account the actual number of wins the individual played in. The ACC win totals include both ACC regular season and ACC Tournament games.

Career Wins - Overall 1. Shane Battier, Duke, 1998-01 ..................131 2. Chris Duhon, Duke, 2001-04 ...................123 Danny Green, UNC, 2006-09 .................123 4. Christian Laettner, Duke, 1989-92............122 5. Deon Thompson, UNC, 2007-10............121 6. Tyler Hansbrough, UNC, 2006-09..........120 7. Nate James, Duke, 1997-01.....................117 Danny Ferry, Duke, 1986-89 ....................117 9. J.J. Redick, Duke, 2003-06....................116 Shelden Williams, Duke, 2003-06..........116 Chris Carrawell, Duke, 1997-00 .............116 Greg Koubek, Duke, 1988-91 ................116 Thomas Hill, Duke, 1990-93 ..................116 Brian Davis, Duke, 1989-92 ...................116 15. Jon Scheyer, Duke 2007-10 ..................115 Sam Perkins, UNC, 1981-84 ..................115 Bobby Hurley, Duke, 1990-93................115 Daniel Ewing, Duke, 2002-05 ................115 19. Marcus Ginyard, UNC, 2006-10 .............113 20. Antonio Lang, Duke, 1991-94 ................112 Quin Snyder, Duke, 1986-89 .................112 Eric Montross, UNC, 1991-94................112 Dave Popson, UNC, 1984-87 .................112 24. Lance Thomas, Duke, 2007-10 ..............111 Sean Dockery, Duke, 2003-06 ...............111 Kevin Salvadori, UNC, 1991-94 .............111 27. Juan Dixon, Md., 1999-02 .....................110 Billy King, Duke, 1985-88 ......................110 Jimmy Braddick, UNC, 1980-83 ............110

Career Wins - ACC Games Only 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9. 12, 13. 14. 16. 18.

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Shane Battier, Duke, 1998-01 ....................70 Chris Carrawell, Duke, 1997-00 ...............66 Chris Duhon, Duke, 2001-04 ...................62 Nate James, Duke, 1997-01.....................61 J.J. Redick, Duke, 2003-06......................60 Shelden Williams, Duke, 2003-06............60 Daniel Ewing, Duke 2002-05 ...................59 Nick Horvath, Duke, 2000-04 ..................59 Danny Green, UNC, 2006-09 ...................58 Tyler Hansbrough, UNC, 2006-09............58 Casey Sanders, Duke, 2000-03................58 Quentin Thomas, UNC, 2005-08 ..............57 Sam Perkins, UNC, 1981-84 ....................56 Juan Dixon, Md., 1999-02 .......................54 Eric Montross, UNC, 1991-94..................54 Lonny Baxter, Md., 1999-02 ....................53 Kevin Salvadori, UNC, 1991-94 ...............53 Jon Scheyer, Duke 2007-10 ....................52 Lance Thomas, Duke, 2007-10 ................52 Ademola Okulaja, UNC, 1996-99 .............52 Dante Calabria, UNC, 1993-96 .................52 Shammond Williams, UNC, 1995-98 .......52 Christian Laettner, Duke, 1989-92 ...........51 Antonio Lang, Duke, 1991-94 ..................51 Derrick Phelps, UNC, 1991-94 .................51 DeMarcus Nelson, Duke, 2005-08 ...........51

Band of Brothers Duke’s Jeff Mullins holds ACC individual consecutive game scoring streak ACC brother scoring combinations

In the 2009-10 season, an unprecedented three sets

Duke guard Jeff Mullins holds the ACC record for consecutive games scoring 10 or more points with 86 ... the Lexington, Ky., native scored in double figures in every game of his three-year career ... the threetime first-team All-ACC performer ranks 16th on the ACC career per game scoring list with a 22.0 per game average.

of brothers teamed together at three different league schools ... Clemson had Trevor and Devin Booker, Duke had Miles and Mason Plumlee while North Carolina had Travis and David Wear. On January 3, 2010, No. 7 Duke defeated 21st-ranked

Clemson 74-53, in a game that marked the first time in ACC history that one set of brothers faced another ... the Bookers and the Plumlees combined for 22 points, 17 rebounds, four assists, two assists and two blocked shots.

Double-Figure Scoring Streaks 50 or more games

Clemson (53) at Duke (74) January 3, 2010

Player, School Seasons No. 1. Jeff Mullins, Duke............. 1962,63,64 86 2. Tom McMillen, Md. .......... 1972,73,74 74 3. Rodney Monroe, NCS ....... 1989,90,91 69 Kenny Carr, NCS............... 1975,76,77 69 5. Danny Ferry, Duke ............ 1987,88,89 68 6. Rodney Rogers, WF ......... 1991,92,93 66 7. Larry Miller, UNC................... 1967,68 64 8. Bob Leonard, WF.............. 1964,65,66 61 9. Tim Duncan, WF .................... 1996,97 59 10. Len Chappell, WF .................. 1961,62 56 11. Tyler Hansbrough, UNC......... 2008,09 55 Sean Singletary, UVa ...............2007,08 55 Dennis Scott, GT ...................... 1989,90 55 David Thompson, NCS ............. 1973,74 55 15. Juan Dixon, Md. ....................... 2001,02 54 16. Randolph Childress, WF ..........1991,93,94 53 Paul Long, WF ......................... 1966,67 53 18. Will Solomon, Clem. ................. 2000,01 52 Charlie Scott, UNC ................1968,69,70 52 Len Bias, Md. .......................1984,85,86 52 21. Johnny Dawkins, Duke ..........1983,84,85 51 Bryant Stith, UVa ...................... 1991,92 51

Clemson Mn FG 3pt FT RB Trevor Booker --- 36 4-11 0-2 2-3 5 Devin Booker ---- 13 1-3 0-0 0-0 2 Bookers -------- 49 5-14 0-2 2-3 7 Duke Miles Plumlee --- 20 2-2 0-0 3-3 5 Mason Plumlee -- 11 1-4 0-0 1-2 5 Plumlees ------- 31 3-6 0-0 4-5 10

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Since the league’s inaugural campaign in 1953-54, a

total of 34 brother combinations have played in the ACC, scoring a total of 38,004 points ... nine of the 34 brother combinations have played at different ACC schools.

ACC Brother Cominations

Monroe would have scored 10 or more in 94 straight games if not for a (12/21/89) 9-point game versus UNC-Asheville ... Rogers had double digits in 86 of his 89 career games and nine points the other three times ... Duncan would have been 73 straight games except for a 9-point effort versus UMass (12/14/96) ... Thompson’s only single-digit game came against Pittsburgh in the 1974 East Regional finals when he was taken to Rex Hospital with a head injury; had scored eight points in 10 minutes; scored in double figures in 85 of 86 career games.

Double-digit quartets

In 2008-09, North Carolina became the 38th team in ACC history to finish the season with five players averaging 10 or more points per game.

Double-Digit Quintets Duke................. 1958,61,91,92,00,01,04,08 North Carolina ....... 1959,72,87,89,95,05,09 Maryland .................... 1975,78,79,88,94,95 Wake Forest .................... 1956,64,83,91,04 Florida State .............................. 1992,94,05 NC State .................................... 1975,78,07 Clemson ......................................... 2007,08 Virginia........................................... 1987,01 Georgia Tech ....................................... 1986 South Carolina .................................... 1962

PT 10 2 12

8 7 6 5 3 3 2 2 1 1

players must have played in a minimum 75% of team’s games played

Tom, Donnie, Randy, Richie Mahaffey, Clem. .......3,555 Jay & Tom McMillen, Md. .....................................3,107 Jeff (Duke) & Jason (UNC) Capel ..........................3,048 Jon & Drew Barry, GT ...........................................2,333 Matt & Pat Harpring, GT .......................................2,228 Derrick & Cedric Lewis, Md. .................................1,993 Trevor & Devin Booker, Clem. ..................... 1,869 Horace & Harvey Grant, Clem. ..............................1,840 Greg & Andre Buckner, Clem. ...............................1,809 Jeff & Joe Wolf, UNC ............................................1,590 Alade (GT) & Al-Farouq (WF) Aminu.............. 1,587 George & Ed Krajack, Clem. ..................................1,496 Vasco (UNC) & Ilian (NCS) Evtimov......................1,319 Bobby & Ricky Stokes, UVa ..................................1,318 Jay (Duke) & Bruce (UNC) Buckley .......................1,210 Doug & Donnie Moe, UNC ....................................1,018 Jerry (WF) & Roger (Md.) Montgomery...................909 Jack & Walt Hudson, USC........................................837 Larry & Rich Habegger, WF .....................................655 Olin & Jim Broadway, WF ........................................640 Pat & Ryan Sullivan, UNC ........................................502 Dean (NC) & David (Clem.) Shaffer..........................476 Clarke & Edward Bynum, Clem ................................474 Steve & Brian Walker, NCS ......................................414 Ken (UVa) & Walker (NCS) Lambiotte......................406 Miles & Mason Plumlee, Duke .......................373 Mark (Duke) & Matt (GT) Causey .............................240 Gerald & Richard Tuttle, UNC ..................................209 Travis & David Wear, UNC ............................190 George (NCS) & Jim (USC) Finnegan ......................115 Chris & Matt Brust, UNC ..........................................105 Larry & Donnie Seitz, Clem. .......................................96 Jim & Joe Everett, UNC..............................................22 Justin & Ryan Caldbeck, Duke ...................................21


ACC Coaches

27 ACC Coaching Career Wins

ACC Coaching Records All Coach, School Years Steve Donahue, BC 10 Brad Brownell, Clem. 8 Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 37 Leonard Hamilton, FSU 22 Paul Hewitt, GT 13 Gary Williams, Md. 32 Frank Haith, Miami 6 Roy Williams, UNC 22 Sidney Lowe, NCS 4 Tony Bennett, UVa 4 Seth Greenberg, VT 21 Jeff Bzdelik, WF 7

All School W-L Years 146-138 1st Year 167-85 1st Year 868-279 30 353-316 8 243-171 10 649-366 21 108-86 6 614-155 7 71-62 4 84-49 1 345-264 7 115-105 1st Year

School W-L 0-0 0-0 795-220 153-106 177-144 442-238 108-86 196-54 71-62 15-16 132-94 0-0

ACC ACC Road ACC Home ACC Tourn W-L W-L W-L W-L 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 358-151 134-87 175-47 49-17 62-79 18-46 39-25 5-8 76-103 19-61 48-32 9-10 202-167 72-94 113-54 17-19 42-65 11-37 26-22 5-6 86-40 35-21 42-14 9-5 25-48 6-26 14-18 5-4 6-12 2-6 3-5 1-1 51-54 17-31 31-17 3-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Top 5 Career Starts by Percentage

Fastest to Milestone Wins

First Season - ACC Regular Season Games only

Fastest to 100 Wins - All Games

Coach, School Years Matt Doherty, UNC ............2001 Bill Guthridge, UNC ...........1998 Bucky Waters, Duke ..........1970 Les Robinson, NCS ...........1991 Skip Prosser, WF ..............2002

W-L 13-3 13-3 8-6 8-6 9-7

Pct. .813 .813 .571 .571 .563

Second Season - ACC Regular Season Games only Coach, School Years Bill Guthridge, UNC....... 1998-99 Roy Williams, UNC...... 2004-05 Skip Prosser, WF ........ 2002-03 Dean Smith, UNC ........ 1962-63 Vic Bubas, Duke .......... 1960-61

W-L 23-9 22-10 22-10 17-11 17-11

Pct. .719 .688 .688 .607 .607

Third Season - ACC Regular Season Games only Coach, School Years Roy Williams, UNC....... 2004-06 Bill Guthridge, UNC ...... 1998-00 Vic Bubas, Duke ........... 1960-62 Skip Prosser, WF ......... 2002-04 Frank McGuire, UNC .... 1954-56

W-L 34-14 32-16 28-14 31-17 24-15

Pct. .708 .667 .667 .646 .615

Fourth Season - ACC Regular Season Games only Coach, School Years Vic Bubas, Duke .......... 1960-63 Roy Williams, UNC...... 2004-07 Skip Prosser, WF ........ 2002-05 Dean Smith, UNC ........ 1962-65 Bones McKinney, WF .... 1958-61

W-L 42-14 45-19 44-20 33-23 31-25

Pct. .750 .703 .688 .589 .554

Fifth Season - ACC Regular Season Games only Coach, School Years Vic Bubas, Duke ............1960-64 Roy Williams, UNC...... 2004-08 Frank McGuire, UNC .... 1954-58 Bones McKinney, WF ... 1958-62 Skip Prosser, WF ......... 2002-06

W-L 55-15 59-21 48-19 43-27 47-33

Pct. .786 .738 .716 .614 .588

Coach, School G Vic Bubas, Duke .......... 128 Roy Williams, UNC....... 129 Skip Prosser, WF ......... 136 Lefty Driesell, Md. ........ 141 Bill Foster, Clem. .......... 147

W-L 100-28 100-29 100-36 100-41 100-47

Year 1969 2007 2007 1974 1984

Pct. .781 .775 .735 .709 .680

Fastest to 150 Wins - All Games Coach, School G Roy Williams, UNC....... 183 Vic Bubas, Duke .......... 187 Lefty Driesell, Md. ........ 204 Dean Smith, UNC ......... 213 Norm Sloan, NCS ......... 221

W-L 150-33 150-37 150-54 150-63 150-71

Year 2009 1966 1977 1970 1974

Pct. .830 .820 .709 .704 .679

Fastest to 200 Wins - All Games Coach, School G Vic Bubas, Duke .......... 254 Dean Smith, UNC ......... 278 Terry Holland, UVa ....... 283 Lefty Driesell, Md. ........ 285 Norm Sloan, NCS ......... 287

W-L 200-54 200-78 200-83 200-85 200-87

Year 1966 1970 1983 1980 1977

Pct. .787 .719 .707 .702 .697

Fastest to 250 Wins - All Games Coach, School G Dean Smith, UNC ......... 341 Lefty Driesell, Md. ........ 352 Mike Krzyzewski, Duke .. 358 Terry Holland, UVa ....... 370 Norm Sloan, NCS ......... 370

W-L 250-91 250-102 250-108 250-120 250-120

Year 1970 1982 1988 1986 1980

Pct. .779 .710 .698 .676 .676

Fastest to 300 Wins - All Games Coach, School G Dean Smith, UNC ......... 406 Mike Krzyzewski, Duke .. 412 Lefty Driesell, Md. ........ 432 Gary Williams, Md........ 453 Bobby Cremins, GT ...... 456

W-L 300-106 300-112 300-132 300-153 300-156

Year 1976 1991 1984 2004 1996

Pct. .739 .728 .694 .662 .658

Career Victories - All Games

Totals reflect years coached in ACC only

Coach, School 1. Dean Smith, North Carolina 2. Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 3. Gary Williams, Maryland 4. Bobby Cremins, Georgia Tech 5. Charles Driesell, Maryland 6. Terry Holland, Virginia 7. Norman Sloan, NC State 8. Frank McGuire, UNC & USC 9. Dave Odom, Wake Forest 10. Carl Tacy, Wake Forest 11. Vic Bubas, Duke 12. Jim Valvano, NC State 13. Bud Millikan, Maryland 14. Roy Williams, North Carolina 15. Everett Case, NC State Herb Sendek, NC State 17. Cliff Ellis, Clemson 18. Paul Hewitt, Georgia Tech 19. Bill Foster, Clemson 20. Leonard Hamilton, Florida State 21. Jeff Jones, Virginia 22. Oliver Purnell, Clemson 23. Skip Prosser, Wake Forest 24. Horace McKinney, Wake Forest 25. Bill Gibson, Virginia 26. Pete Gillen, Virginia 27. Seth Greenberg, Virginia Tech

Total 879 795 442 354 348 326 266 264 240 222 213 209 199 196 191 191 179 177 156 153 146 138 126 122 120 118 117

Career Victories - ACC Games

Regular season & ACC Tournament Games

Coach, School 1. Dean Smith, North Carolina 2. Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 3. Gary Williams, Maryland 4. Frank McGuire, UNC & USC 5. Bobby Cremins, Georgia Tech 6. Charles Driesell, Maryland 7. Terry Holland, Virginia 8. Vic Bubas, Duke 9. Norman Sloan, NC State 10. Dave Odom, Wake Forest 11. Bud Millikan, Maryland 12. Everett Case, NC State 13. Roy Williams, North Carolina 14. Herb Sendek, NC State 15. Horace McKinney, Wake Forest 16. Jim Valvano, NC State 17. Carl Tacy, Wake Forest 18. Paul Hewitt, Georgia Tech 19. Jeff Jones, Virginia 20. Leonard Hamilton, Florida State Harold Bradley, Duke 22. Cliff Ellis, Clemson 23. Skip Prosser, Wake Forest 24. Bill Gibson, Virginia 25. Oliver Purnell, Clemson 26. Seth Greenberg, Virginia Tech Press Maravich, Clem. & NCS 28. Pete Gillen, Virginia Bill Foster, Clemson 30. Pat Kennedy, Florida State

Total 422 358 202 160 149 139 126 128 117 110 105 104 86 85 81 80 77 76 64 62 62 59 57 55 53 51 51 47 47 46


ACC Coaches

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ACC Coaching Records, 1954-2010

Includes only seasons coaching at ACC schools during years as ACC member & ranked by All Games percentage

Head Coach School Years Roy Williams ............... UNC 7 Mike Krzyzewski.......... Duke *30 Dean Smith ................. UNC 36 Vic Bubas .................... Duke 10 Bill Guthridge .............. UNC 3 Frank McGuire............. UNC/USC 15 Lefty Driesell ............... Md. 17 Everett Case ................ NCS **12 Norm Sloan ................. NCS 14 Harold Bradley ............ Duke 6 Dino Gaudio ................ WF 3 Gary Williams.............. Md. 21 Skip Prosser ............... WF 6 Jim Valvano ................ NCS 10 Dave Odom ................. WF 12 Murray Greason .......... WF 4 Terry Holland ............. UVa 16 Bill Foster .................... Duke 6 Oliver Purnell .............. Clem. 7 Al Skinner ................... BC 5 Bobby Cremins ........... GT 19 Carl Tacy ..................... WF 13 Bill Foster .................... Clem. 9 Seth Greenberg ........... VT 6 Herb Sendek ............... NCS 10 Leonard Hamilton ....... FSU 8 Jeff Jones ................... UVa 8 Bucky Waters .............. Duke 4 Pat Kennedy ................ FSU 6 Cliff Ellis ...................... Clem. 10 Bones McKinney ........ WF 8 Bud Millikan ................ Md. 14 Rick Barnes ................. Clem. 4 Pete Gillen ................... UVa 7 Frank Haith.................. Miami 6 Matt Doherty ............... UNC 3 Paul Hewitt.................. GT 10 Sidney Lowe ............... NCS 4 Dave Leitao ................. UVa 4 Tony Bennett ............... UVa 1 Tates Locke ................. Clem. 5 Press Maravich ........... CU/NCS **8 Larry Shyatt ................ Clem. 5 Les Robinson .............. NCS 6 Jack McCloskey .......... WF 6 Bill Gibson .................. UVa 11 Rob Stevens................ USC 3 Steve Robinson ........... FSU 5 Bus Male ..................... UVa 4 Bob Wade ................... Md. 3 Bobby Roberts ............ Clem. 8 Chuck Noe .................. USC 2 Frank Johnson ............ USC 5 Bob Staak.................... WF 4 Neil McGeachy ............ Duke 1 Frank Fellows .............. Md. 2 Jack Murdock ............. WF 1 Billy McCann ............... UVa 6 Dwayne Morrison........ GT/USC 3 Banks McFadden ......... Clem. 3 Pete Gaudet ................ Duke *1 Walt Hamrick .............. USC 1

196-54 795-220 879-254 213-67 80-28 264-108 348-159 190-89 266-127 105-51 61-31 442-238 126-68 209-114 240-132 72-40 326-181 113-64 138-88 100-65 354-237 222-149 156-106 117-80 191-132 153-106 146-104 63-45 105-75 179-129 122-94 199-154 74-58 118-93 108-86 53-43 177-144 71-62 63-60 15-16 62-70 93-109 70-84 78-98 70-89 120-158 34-45 63-85 46-62 36-50 82-116 19-29 51-78 45-69 10-16 16-34 8-18 40-106 12-41 16-56 4-15 4-20

All Games .784 .783 .776 .761 .741 .710 .686 .681 .677 .673 .663 .650 .649 .647 .645 .643 .643 .638 .611 .606 .599 .598 .595 .594 .591 .591 .584 .583 .583 .581 .565 .564 .561 .559 .557 .552 .551 .534 .512 .484 .470 .460 .455 .443 .440 .432 .430 .426 .426 .419 .414 .396 .395 .395 .385 .320 .308 .274 .226 .222 .211 .167

ACC Regular Season Games 77-35 .688 309-134 .698 364-136 .728 106-32 .768 32-16 .667 142-63 .693 122-100 .549 89-60 .597 103-77 .572 56-24 .700 27-21 .563 185-147 .557 52-44 .542 71-69 .507 101-87 .537 33-21 .611 111-103 .519 31-43 .419 50-62 .446 40-40 .500 134-150 .472 71-97 .423 44-74 .373 48-48 .500 72-88 .450 57-71 .445 59-67 .468 27-25 .519 45-51 .469 56-90 .384 69-43 .616 98-93 .513 28-36 .438 45-67 .401 37-59 .385 23-25 .479 67-93 .419 20-44 .313 27-37 .422 5-11 .313 20-42 .323 44-67 .396 20-60 .250 28-66 .298 32-50 .390 50-98 .338 15-27 .357 25-55 .313 12-35 .255 7-35 .167 41-71 .366 12-16 .429 15-51 .227 7-48 .127 2-10 .176 6-22 .214 4-10 .286 20-64 .238 1-27 .036 1-36 .027 2-13 .133 2-12 .143

ACC ACC NCAA Tournament Titles Titles 9-5 .643 2 2 49-17 .742 12 4 58-23 .716 13 2 22-6 .786 4 0 5-2 .714 1 0 18-13 .581 2 1 17-16 .515 1 0 15-7 .682 4 0 14-11 .560 3 1 6-6 .500 0 0 0-3 .000 0 0 17-19 .472 1 1 5-6 .455 0 0 9-8 .529 2 1 9-10 .474 2 0 6-4 .600 0 0 15-15 .500 1 0 8-4 .667 0 0 3-7 .333 0 0 5-5 .500 0 0 15-16 .484 3 0 6-13 .316 2 0 3-9 .250 0 0 3-6 .333 0 0 13-10 .565 0 0 5-8 .385 0 0 5-8 .385 0 0 1-4 .200 0 0 1-6 .143 0 0 3-10 .231 0 0 12-6 .667 2 0 7-13 .350 1 0 2-4 .333 0 0 2-7 .222 0 0 4-6 .400 0 0 3-3 .500 0 0 9-10 .474 0 0 5-4 .556 0 0 1-4 .200 0 0 1-1 .500 0 0 1-5 .167 0 0 7-7 .500 0 0 1-5 .167 0 0 2-6 .250 0 0 3-6 .333 0 0 5-11 .313 0 0 2-2 .500 0 0 3-5 .375 0 0 1-4 .200 0 0 2-3 .400 0 0 1-8 .111 0 0 0-1 .000 0 0 0-1 .000 0 0 1-4 .000 0 0 0-1 .000 0 0 0-2 .000 0 0 0-1 .000 0 0 1-6 .143 0 0 0-3 .000 0 0 0-3 .000 0 0 1-1 .500 0 0 0-1 .000 0 0

* Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski left the team for medical reasons in the 1994-95 season when the Blue Devils were 9-3 overall and 0-1 in the ACC. Pete Gaudet assumed interim head coaching duties and went 4-15 overall, 2-13 in the ACC. ** NC State’s Everett Case retired after the second game of the 1964-65 season and was replaced by Press Maravich. Case is credited with a 1-1 overall, 0-1 ACC mark for that season while Maravich gets credit for a 20-4 record, 10-3 in the ACC.

Maryland’s Vasquez, Duke’s Scheyer earn All-America honors

Maryland’s Gary Williams and North Carolina’s Roy Williams lead all current ACC coaches with seven career wins against No. 1 ranked teams ... six of the 12 current ACC coaches have at least one win versus a top-ranked team in their career.

Current ACC Coaches Gary Williams, Maryland ......................... 7 North Carolina 2008 North Carolina 1998 Florida 2004 North Carolina 1995 Duke 2003 Iowa 1987* Duke 2002 *denotes at Ohio State Roy Williams, North Carolina.................... 7 Ohio State 2007 UMass 1995* Duke 2006 Indiana 1994* Illinois, 2005 Indiana 1993* Connecticut 2004 *denotes at Kansas Mike Krzyzewski, Duke............................ 5 Arizona 1998 Temple 1988 Michigan 1993 North Carolina 1984 UNLV 1991 Seth Greenberg, Virginia Tech .................. 3 Wake Forest 2009 Kansas* North Carolina, 2007 *denotes at South Florida Leonard Hamilton, Florida State ................ 3 North Carolina 2009 Oklahoma 1989* Duke 2006 *denotes at Oklahoma State Paul Hewitt, Georgia Tech ....................... 1 Connecticut 2004

Wins vs. No. 1 by ACC Coaches (while in the ACC)

Gary Williams, Maryland .......................... 6 Mike Krzyzewski, Duke ............................. 5 Bobby Cremins, Georgia Tech .................. 4 Dean Smith, North Carolina...................... 4 Roy Willams, North Carolina .................... 4 Lefty Driesell, Maryland ........................... 3 Bill Guthridge, North Carolina .................. 3 Vic Bubas, Duke ....................................... 2 Seth Greenberg, Virginia Tech.................. 2 Leonard Hamilton, Florida State ............... 2 Herb Sendek, NC State ............................. 2 Carl Tacy, Wake Forest ............................. 2 Jim Valvano, NC State .............................. 2 Harold Bradley, Duke ............................... 1 Everett Case, NC State.............................. 1 Bill Foster, Clemson ................................. 1 Dino Gaudio, Wake Forest ........................ 1 Paul Hewitt, Georgia Tech ........................ 1 Terry Holland, Virginia ............................. 1 Bud Millikan, Maryland............................. 1 Dave Odom, Wake Forest ......................... 1 Les Robinson, NC State ........................... 1 Steve Robinson, Florida State .................. 1 Larry Shyatt, Clemson .............................. 1 Al Skinner, Boston College ....................... 1 Bob Staak, Wake Forest ........................... 1


ACC & The NBA Draft Nine ACC players selected in NBA draft including five first-round picks

29

ACC NBA Draft Selections by School, 1949-2010

Led by New Jersey’s selection of Overall First Round Georgia Tech freshman Derrick School Selections Selections Last First Round Selection Year Favors with the third overall pick, Boston College ................31......................8.........Sean Williams; Jared Dudley ................. 2007 the ACC had nine players selected Clemson ..........................26......................7.........Trevor Booker ........................................ 2010 in the 2010 NBA Draft ... Favors Duke................................73....................28.........Gerald Henderson .................................. 2009 became the highest Yellow Jacket Florida State ....................38......................9.........Toney Douglas ....................................... 2009 selected since Kenny Anderson Georgia Tech ...................41....................17.........Derrick Favors ....................................... 2010 was drafted with the second overall pick in 1991 ... Maryland .........................56....................17.........Greivis Vasquez ..................................... 2010 Florida State and Georgia Tech each had two players Miami ..............................17......................3.........John Salmons........................................ 2002 selected, leading all league schools ... in all, seven ACC North Carolina .................97....................40.........Ed Davis................................................. 2010 schools had players drafted ... Wake Forest sophomore NC State ..........................62....................15.........J.J. Hickson ........................................... 2008 Al-Farouq Aminu was the third Demon Deacon over the Virginia............................33......................7.........Sean Singletary...................................... 2008 past two years, and 13th overall, to be selected in the first Virginia Tech ...................24......................1.........Dell Curry............................................... 1986 round ... North Carolina’s Ed Davis became the fourth Wake Forest ....................39....................13.........Al-Farouq Aminu.................................... 2010 Tar Heel to be drafted in the first round in the last two *South Carolina ..............15......................3.........John Roche ........................................... 1971 years and the 40th overall - the highest total by an ACC school ... Clemson’s Trevor Booker was the first senior selected in the 2010 NBA draft and the first Clemson player drafted in the opening round since Sharone Wright in 1994 ... Maryland’s Greivis Vasquez was the The ACC and the Big 17th Terrapin to be an NBA first-round pick and the first Since 1986, the ACC has produced 93 first-round selections in the annual NBA draft - 13 more than the Ten, with nine each, since Juan Dixon in 2002. are tied with the most Big East and 25 more than the Pac-10. No. 1 overall picks in ACC Players in 2010 NBA Draft the annual NBA Draft 1st Round Selections (1986-2010) ... the last ACC player 1/3 Derrick Favors Georgia Tech.............New Jersey Big Pac Big Big to be the No. 1 overall 1/8 Al-Farouq Aminu, Wake Forest .........LA Clippers 10 SEC 10 12 selection was Duke’s 1/13 Ed Davis, North Carolina .........................Toronto Year ACC East 6 3 0 4 3 x Elton Brand in 1999 1/23 Trevor Booker, Clemson .....................Minnesota 1986 5 2 4 2 2 x ... six different ACC 1/28 Greivis Vasquez, Maryland................... Memphis 1987 0 4 0 4 1 x schools have had at 2/46 Gani Lawal, Georgia Tech ...................... Phoenix 1988 2/50 Solomon Alabi, Florida State..................... Dallas 1989 3 2 4 0 5 x least one No. 1 over- Duke’s Art Heyman - the ACC’s 2/57 Ryan Reid, Florida State ......................... Indiana 1990 4 3 1 4 5 x all selection ... Duke, first No. 1 overall selection. 2/60 Dwayne Collins, Miami .......................... Phoenix 1991 4 5 2 1 1 x Maryland and North 1992 6 3 4 6 1 x Carolina have each had two No. 1 overall picks 1993 6 3 2 4 4 x while NC State, Virginia and Wake Forest have had 2010 NBA Draft by Conference 1994 4 4 3 1 3 x one each ... Duke’s Art Heyman was the ACC’s first 1995 *8 1 5 3 3 x No. 1 overall pick when he was selected by the New First Round Overall 1996 2 6 1 6 1 x York Knicks in the 1963 draft. Big 12 ............ 7 Big East........ 11 1997 2 2 3 2 4 4 ACC ................ 5 Big 12 .......... 10 ACC No. 1 Overall Selections 1998 4 2 3 2 3 4 SEC ................ 5 ACC ................ 9 1999 6 4 2 2 1 0 Big East .......... 4 SEC ................ 7 2000 1 2 2 5 4 4 1963 Art Heyman, Duke ................................Knicks WAC ............... 2 WAC............... 4 2001 3 4 2 2 3 1 1975 David Thompson, NC State...................Lakers Atlantic 10 ...... 1 C-USA ............ 4 2002 4 3 3 2 2 2 1976 John Lucas, Maryland ........................Rockets Big Ten........... 1 Pac-10 ........... 2 Colonial .......... 1 Atlantic 10...... 1 2003 3 3 1 1 1 3 1982 James Worthy, North Carolina .............Lakers C-USA ............ 1 Big Ten........... 1 2004 1 2 3 0 2 2 1983 Ralph Sampson, Virginia ....................Rockets Horizon .......... 1 Colonial .......... 1 2005 7 2 3 1 2 4 1986 Brad Daugherty, North Carolina ........ Cavaliers Pac-10 ........... 1 Horizon .......... 1 2006 3 7 2 3 2 1 1995 Joe Smith, Maryland. ....................... Warriors Mnt. West ...... 1 2007 6 2 4 3 4 3 1997 Tim Duncan, Wake Forest......................Spurs Sun Belt ......... 1 2008 1 3 7 2 3 4 1999 Elton Brand, Duke................................... Bulls 2009 7 4 6 0 1 2 Over the past six years, the ACC has ac2010 5 4 1 5 1 7 counted for 17 percent (30 of 175) of the No. 1 Overall Selections by Conference Totals 93 80 68 65 62 41 college players selected in the first round. (by Yearly Conference Membership) *denotes NBA record

93 first-round picks since 1986

Duke has had at least one player selected in 11 of the past 13 NBA drafts … Florida State has had at least one player selected in six of the past seven years … North Carolina has had seven “Lottery Picks” over the last five years … 21 of the last 26 North Carolina players selected in the NBA Draft have gone in the first round ... the Tar Heels lead all ACC teams with 40 first round selections.

With five first round picks in the 2010 draft, the ACC extended its streak of having at least one first-round draft pick to 22 consecutive NBA drafts The ACC has had the most or has tied for the most first-round picks in the NBA draft in five of the of the last nine years and in 11 of the last 18.

Top of the Class

Atlantic Coast ...........9 Big Ten .....................9 Big East ....................3 Southern ..................3 Big Eight ..................2 Big West ..................2 Pacific-10 .................2 SEC ..........................2

Big 12 ......................1 Colonial ....................1 Conference USA .......1 Metro .......................1 Mountain States .......1 Mountain West.........1 Southwest ................1 Independents .........10


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2010 Post-Season Results

The ACC and the NCAA Tournament The ACC is the winningest conference in NCAA Tournament history Four different ACC teams have won 12 National Titles The ACC has not had a losing record in NCAA Tournament play since 1987 The ACC has had at least one team in The Final Four in 19 of the last 24 years Since 1981, the ACC has won more NCAA Titles (10) than any other conference The ACC has 10 or more NCAA Tournament wins 13 times - more than any other conference The ACC has produced more No. 1 seeds (29) than any other conference School App. Won North Carolina ................41 102 Duke...............................34 94 Maryland ........................24 38 NC State .........................22 32 Wake Forest ...................22 28 Boston College ...............18 22 Virginia...........................16 22 Georgia Tech ..................16 23 Florida State ...................12 12 Virginia Tech ....................8 6 Clemson .........................11 8 Miami ...............................6 4 South Carolina (1954-71) ...1 0 Current Members ........ 230 391 Year by Year (1954-10).. 183 350

Lost 39 30 23 21 22 19 16 16 12 8 10 6 2 222 179

“Sweet Pct% 16” .723 30 .758 24 .623 12 .604 12 .560 10 .537 8 .579 7 .590 7 .500 3 .429 1 .444 3 .400 0 .000 1 .638 117 .662 98

Five titles in the last 10 years

Final Eight 21 18 4 6 6 3 5 4 2 1 1 0 0 71 65

Final Title Four Game 18 9 15 10 2 1 3 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 44 24 42 22

NCAA Title 5 4 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 12

Last App. 2009 2010 2010 2006 2010 2009 2007 2010 2010 2007 2010 2008 1971

ACC No. 1 as No. 1

Over the past 10 years (2001-2010), the ACC has Since the NCAA started assigning seeds in 1979, the won as many National Championships (5) as all of ACC has produced more No. 1 seeds (29) than any the other conferences combined. other conference, has the best winning percentage as a No. 1 seed (.833), and is the only conference to have NCAA Titles (2001-2010) a winning record (23-22) in games versus No. 1 seeds. ACC ................ 5 Big East ................2

SEC .......................2 Big 12 ...................1

No. 1 Seed by Conference (1979-2010)

Conference No. 1 W-L Pct. 1. Atlantic Coast ..........29.... 105-21..... .833 Since 1981, the ACC has won more NCAA titles (10) 2. Big East ...................19...... 55-17..... .764 than any other conference ... the Big East and SEC are 3. Big Ten....................18...... 63-16..... .797 tied for second with five titles apeice. 4. Southeastern...........15...... 51-13..... .797 5. Pacific-10 ................14...... 35-13..... .729 NCAA Titles (1981-2010) 6. Big 12 .......................9........ 24-7..... .774 7. Big Eight ...................8........ 21-8..... .724 ACC ...............10 Big 12 ...................1 8. Independents ............5.......... 3-5..... .375 Big East ................5 Big Eight ...............1 9. Atlantic 10 .................3........ 10-3..... .769 Southeastern ........5 Metro ....................1 10. Conference USA ........3.......... 9-3..... .750 Big Ten .................4 Big West ...............1 11. Big West ...................2........ 10-1..... .909 Pac-10 ..................2 12. Southwest .................2.......... 7-2..... .778 13. Missouri Valley .........1.......... 4-1..... .800 ACC Tournament Finalists Pacific Coast .............1.......... 4-1..... .800 Since 1980, the only ACC Tournament finalists not to 15. Metro ........................1.......... 3-1..... .750 receive a bid to the NCAA Tournament were NC State in 1997 and 2007 ... the Wolfpack was seeded eighth in ACC Teams Versus No. 1 Seed 1997 and the No. 10 seed in 2007 ... NC State played in the NIT both seasons. No. Carolina ...... 7-3 Wake Forest ....... 1-3 Duke.................. 7-3 Miami ................. 0-0 Final Four Totals Virginia.............. 3-0 Boston College ... 0-1 The ACC leads all conferences with 42 Final Four NC State ............ 2-2 Florida State ....... 0-2 appearances ... the Big Ten, with 41, is second ... Maryland ........... 2-3 Clemson ............. 0-3 North Carolina leads all ACC schools with 18 Final Georgia Tech ..... 1-3 Virginia Tech ...... 0-3 Four appearances; Duke is second with 15.

10 Titles since 1981

Nine ACC teams took part in post season play in 2010, including six NCAA Tournament teams ... Duke claimed its fourth NCAA Championship, defeating Butler 61-59, before 70,930 in Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium ... the Blue Devils now have NCAA titles in three consecutive decades with championship game wins in 1991, 1992, 2001 and 2010 ... Duke’s Kyle Singler averaged 20.0 points, 8.5 rebounds and 3.5 assists en route to being named the Most Outstanding Player of the Final Four. With a 9-5 mark, the ACC extended its non-losing streak in NCAA Tournament play to 23 years in a row. Clemson earned an NCAA Tournament berth for a third straight year, tying a school record ... Florida State, Maryland and Wake Forest each earned an NCAA berth for a second straight year. North Carolina advanced to the finals of the 2010 National Invitation Tournament (NIT) before losing to Dayton 79-68 ... the Tar Heels, one of three ACC teams (North Carolina, NC State, Virginia Tech) to earn NIT berths in 2010, finished the season 2017, marking the program’s 52nd 20-win season. 2010 NCAA Tournament Results Duke (#1 South) #1 Duke d. #16 Arkansas-Pine Bluff........... 73-44 #1 Duke d. #8 California............................. 68-53 #1 Duke d. #4 Purdue ................................ 70-57 #1 Duke d. #3 Baylor.................................. 78-71 #1 Duke d. #2 West Virginia....................... 78-57 #1 Duke d. #5 Butler .................................. 61-59 Maryland (#4 Midwest) #4 Maryland d. #13 Houston...................... 89-77 #5 Michigan State d. #4 Maryland ............. 85-83 Georgia Tech (#10 Midwest) #10 Georgia Tech d. #7 Oklahoma State...... 64-59 #2 Ohio State d. #10 Georgia Tech ............ 75-66 Wake Forest (#9 East) #9 Wake Forest d. #8 Texas ................... ot 81-80 #1 Kentucky d. #9 Wake Forest .................. 90-60 Clemson (#7 East) #10 Missouri d. #7 Clemson ...................... 86-78 Florida State (#9 West) #8 Gonzaga d. #9 Florida State .................. 67-60 2010 NIT Results North Carolina (4-1) #4 North Carolina d. #5 William & Mary ... H ....80-72 #4 North Carolina d. #1 Mississippi State . A ....76-74 #4 North Carolina d. #2 UAB ..................... A ....60-55 #4 North Carolina d. #2 Rhode Island ....... N ot 68-67 #3 Dayton d. #4 North Carolina................. N ....79-68 Virginia Tech (2-1) #1 Virginia Tech d. #8 Quinnipiac ............. H ....81-61 #1 Virginia Tech d. #4 Connecticut ........... H ....65-63 #2 Rhode Island d. #1 Virginia Tech ......... H ....79-72 NC State (1-1) #6 NC State d. #3 South Florida ................ A ....58-57 #2 UAB d. #6 NC State .............................. A ....72-52


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ACC Year by Year in the NCAA Tournament NCAA Tournament W-L Records by Conferences Swt Reg Final Year Teams 16 Fnl Four W-L 2010...........6..........1..........1.........1.......... 9-5 2009...........7..........2..........1.........1.......... 9-6 2008...........4..........1..........1.........1.......... 6-4 2007...........7..........1..........1.........0.......... 7-7 2006...........4..........2..........0.........0.......... 6-4 2005...........5..........3..........1.........1........ 12-4 2004...........6..........3..........2.........2........ 14-6 2003...........4..........2..........0.........0.......... 5-4 2002...........4..........2..........1.........1........ 10-3 2001...........6..........2..........2.........2........ 11-5 2000...........3..........2..........1.........1.......... 7-3 2000-09 ..50 .....20 .....10 ......9 .... 87-46 1999...........3..........2..........1.........1.......... 7-3 1998...........5..........3..........2.........1........ 10-5 1997...........6..........2..........1.........1.......... 8-6 1996...........6..........2..........1.........0.......... 6-6 1995...........4..........4..........2.........1........ 11-4 1994...........5..........2..........1.........1........ 10-5 1993...........6..........4..........2.........1........ 14-5 1992...........5..........4..........1.........1........ 12-4 1991...........6..........2..........2.........2........ 13-5 1990...........5..........4..........2.........2........ 14-5 1990-99 ..51 .....29 .....15 .... 11 ...105-48 1989...........6..........4..........2.........1........ 12-6 1988...........5..........2..........2.........1.......... 9-5 1987...........6..........2..........1.........0.......... 5-6 1986...........6..........4..........2.........1........ 13-6 1985...........5..........4..........3.........0........ 12-5 1984...........5..........4..........2.........1.......... 8-5 1983...........4..........3..........3.........1........ 11-3 1982...........4..........2..........1.........1.......... 7-3 1981...........4..........2..........2.........2.......... 9-4 1980...........5..........3..........2.........0.......... 6-5 1980-89 ..50 .....30 .....20 ......8 .... 92-48 1979...........2..........0..........0.........0.......... 0-2 1978...........2..........1..........1.........1.......... 4-2 1977...........2..........2..........2.........1.......... 6-2 1976...........2..........0..........0.........0.......... 0-2 1975...........2..........2..........1.........0.......... 4-2 1974...........1.......... -..........1.........1.......... 4-0 1973...........1.......... -..........1.........0.......... 1-1 1972...........1.......... -..........1.........1.......... 3-1 1971...........1.......... -..........0.........0.......... 0-2 1970...........1.......... -..........0.........0.......... 1-1 1970-79 ..15 .......- ...... 7 ......4 .... 23-15 1969...........1.......... -..........1.........1.......... 2-2 1968...........1.......... -..........1.........1.......... 3-1 1967...........1.......... -..........1.........1.......... 2-2 1966...........1.......... -..........1.........1.......... 3-1 1965...........1.......... -..........0.........0.......... 1-1 1964...........1.......... -..........1.........1.......... 3-1 1963...........1.......... -..........1.........1.......... 3-1 1962...........1.......... -..........1.........1.......... 4-1 1961...........1.......... -..........1.........0.......... 2-1 1960...........1.......... -..........1.........0.......... 2-1 1960-69 ..10 .......- ...... 9 ......7 .... 25-12 1959...........1.......... -..........0.........0.......... 0-1 1958...........1.......... -..........0.........0.......... 2-1 1957...........1.......... -..........1.........1.......... 5-0 1956...........1.......... -..........0.........0.......... 0-1 1955...........1.......... -..........0.........0.......... 0-1 1954...........1.......... -..........0.........0.......... 2-1 1954-59 ... 6 .......- ...... 1 ......1 ....... 9-5 Note: From 1963-1974 ACC teams were seeded automatically into Sweet 16.

The ACC is the winningest conference in NCAA Tournament history ... the current 12 schools are a combined 388-218 (.640) in NCAA Tournament play ... since the ACC’s inaugural season in 1953-54, ACC teams in 57 NCAA Tournaments are a combined 347-175 (.665) ... over the past 10 years, the ACC has won as many National Championships (5) as all of the other conferences combined ... with its’ 9-5 mark in last year’s tournament, the ACC extended its non-losing streak in NCAA Tournament play to 23 years in a row.

NCAA Tournament Record by Current Conference Membership

NCAA Tournament Record by Actual Conference Membership Each Season

Conference Games Won Lost Pct. Atlantic Coast ...........606 388 218 .640 Big 10 ......................521 321 200 .616 Pac 10 ......................412 245 167 .595 Southeastern............463 266 197 .575 Big East ....................839 472 367 .562 Big 12 ......................516 283 233 .548 Horizon ......................65 32 33 .492 West Coast...............131 61 70 .466 Conference USA .......215 99 116 .460 Atlantic 10 ................299 135 164 .452 Mountain West.........236 104 132 .441 Missouri Valley ........128 54 74 .422 Ivy League................117 40 77 .342 Mid-American ..........101 31 70 .307 Patriot League ............57 17 40 .298 Colonial ......................75 21 54 .280 Metro Atlantic ............54 15 39 .278 Big Sky.......................61 16 45 .262 Western Athletic .........92 24 68 .261 Big West ....................31 8 23 .258 Southland...................29 7 22 .241 Sun Belt .....................83 20 63 .241 Southern ....................54 13 41 .241 Summitt .....................22 5 17 .227 Atlantic Sun................27 6 21 .222 America East ..............17 3 14 .176 Big South ...................24 4 20 .167 Ohio Valley .................50 8 42 .160 Southwestern ............35 5 30 .143 Mid-Eastern ...............32 3 29 .094 Northeast ...................28 2 26 .071 Does not include games vacated by NCAA

Conference Games Won Lost Pct. Atlantic Coast ............ 522 347 175 .665 Big East ..................... 414 258 156 .623 Big Ten...................... 504 312 192 .619 Pac 10 ....................... 379 229 150 .604 Big 12 ....................... 184 110 74 .598 Southeastern............. 420 245 175 .583 Conference USA .......... 95 50 45 .526 Missouri Valley ......... 180 86 94 .478 Atlantic 10 ................. 153 73 80 .477 West Coast................ 133 63 70 .474 Western Athletic ........ 156 65 91 .417 Horizon ....................... 64 26 38 .406 Big West ..................... 77 31 46 .403 Colonial ....................... 49 19 30 .388 Ivy League................. 114 40 74 .351 Sun Belt ...................... 73 24 49 .329 Southern ..................... 98 31 67 .316 Mid-American ............. 95 28 67 .295 Mountain West............ 36 10 26 .278 Summitt ...................... 36 10 26 .278 Southland.................... 43 10 33 .233 Ohio Valley .................. 79 17 62 .215 Big Sky........................ 56 11 45 .196 Metro Atlantic ............. 34 6 28 .176 America East ............... 37 6 31 .162 Southwestern ............. 35 5 30 .143 Big South .................... 21 2 19 .095 Patriot League ............. 21 2 19 .095 Mid-Eastern ................ 32 3 29 .094 Atlantic Sun................. 33 3 30 .091 Northeast .................... 31 2 29 .065 Does not Include games vacated by NCAA

Krzyzewski tops NCAA coaching list

Tar Heels NCAA Tournament wins leader

Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski leads all active head coaches with 77 NCAA Tournament wins in his career ... North Carolina’s Roy Williams is second with 55 wins and Maryland’s Gary Williams is tied for seventh with 28 ... Krzyzewski is also the alltime leader in NCAA Tournament victories. NCAA Tournament Wins

NCAA Tournament Wins

- Active Coaches -

Coach Current School Mike Krzyzewski.............................Duke Roy Williams ...................North Carolina Jim Boeheim ........................... Syracuse Jim Calhoun ........................Connecticut Rick Pitino...............................Louisville Tom Izzo ........................ Michigan State Gary Williams ..........................Maryland Tubby Smith ......................... Minnesota John Calipari ........................... Kentucky Bill Self....................................... Kansas

With six victories in last year’s tournament, North Carolina moved past Kentucky as the all-time winningest team in NCAA Tournament history ... the Tar Heels are 102-39 overall in 41 NCAA Tournaments ... Duke is third with 96 NCAA post-season wins in 41 appearances. - Does not Include games vacated by NCAA -

Wins 77 55 44 43 38 35 29 29 28 25

Coach Appearances North Carolina ....................................41 Kentucky ............................................50 Duke...................................................34 UCLA..................................................41 Kansas ...............................................38 Indiana ...............................................35 Louisville............................................36 Michigan State ...................................24 Syracuse ............................................33 Georgetown .......................................26

Wins 102 101 94 94 85 60 60 52 52 45


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Since 1985, the ACC has: The most NCAA Tournament wins (251) ... The best NCAA Tournament winning percentage (.666) The most Sweet 16 appearances (66) ... The most Regional Final appearances (36) ... The most Final Four appearances (24) NCAA Tournament Win Pct. Since 1985 Conference Teams Atlantic Coast ...............134 Big East ........................145 Big 12 ............................75 Big Ten.........................146 SEC ..............................128 Pac-10 .........................107

Record 251-126 226-135 106-70 208-138 178-119 132-100

Pct. .666 .626 .602 .601 .599 .569

FINAL FOUR NUMBERS Final Four Appearances (1997-2010) Atlantic Coast .................................13 Big Ten...........................................12 Big East ............................................7 Big 12 ..............................................6 Pacific-10 .........................................6 Southeastern....................................5 Conference USA ...............................3 Colonial ............................................1 Horizon ............................................1 Western Athletic ...............................1

“Sweet 16s” Since 1985 Conference App. Atlantic Coast ...............134 Big East ........................145 SEC ..............................128 Big 12 ............................75 Pac-10 .........................107 Big Ten.........................146

Swt 16 66 62 52 28 39 52

Pct. .493 .428 .406 .373 .364 .356

Regional Finals Since 1985 Conference App. Atlantic Coast ...............134 Big 12 ............................75 Big East ........................145 SEC ..............................128 Big Ten.........................146 Pac-10 .........................107

2010

(13) Big ACC 10 Duke Michigan St.

2009

N. Carolina Michigan St.

2008

Conference App. Atlantic Coast ...............134 Big Ten.........................146 SEC ..............................128 Big East ........................145 Pac-10 .........................107 Big 12 ............................75

** The ACC has had at least one team in the Final Four in 19 of the last 23 years.

Ohio State

2005

N. Carolina

2004

Duke Georgia Tech Maryland

(8) Pac 10

UCLA

2006

2002

SEC

N. Carolina

2007

2003

(12)

Illinois Michigan St.

Florida

UCLA

Florida LSU

UCLA

Kentucky

Stanford

1997

N. Carolina

Kentucky

Arizona

1999

Minnesota

1995

N. Carolina

1994

Duke

1993

N. Carolina

Michigan

Kansas

Memphis

Connecticut

Oklahoma St,

Syracuse

Texas Kansas Kansas Oklahoma

Arizona

(0) Big West

(1)

(3)

WAC

Other Butler (Horizon)

G. Mason (Colonial)

Marquette

Connecticut

Arkansas Florida Kentucky

Utah

Syracuse UCLA

UMass (A-10)

Pct. .179 .123 .109 .096 .084 .080

Discontinued Conferences (1) (2) (0) Great Big Midwest Eight SWC

Florida

Kentucky Miss State Arkansas

1996

(3) Conf. USA

Final 4 24 18 14 14 9 6

Georgetown

Indiana

1998

2000

Connecticut Villanova

(6) Big 12

Louisville

Duke Michigan St. Maryland N. Carolina Michigan St. Wisconsin Duke Ohio State Michigan St. N. Carolina

2001

(8) Big East West Virginia

Pct. .269 .240 .234 .203 .192 .168

Final Fours Since 1985

Final Four Appearances by Conference (1992-2010) (16)

Reg Final 36 18 34 26 28 18

Okla St

Arizona Kansas


boston college eagles 2010-11 Eagle Roster Bold denotes returning starter

No. 0 4 5 11 12 14 15 24 25 30 31 52 55

Player

Reggie Jackson Gabriel Moton Biko Paris Corey Raji Joe Trapani Nick Mosakowski Matt Humphrey Chris Kowalski Peter Rehnquist Dallas Elmore Danny Rubin Josh Southern Cortney Dunn

Head Coach: Assistants:

Eagle Edicts

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Hometown

208 170 194 218 232 187 197 240 210 210 170 263 238

Colorado Springs, Colo. St. Petersburg, Fla. New Orleans, Louis. Washington Township, N.J. Madison, Conn. Swampscott, Mass. Chicago, Ill. Dorchester, Mass. Sharon, Mass. Fort Collins, Colo. Chevy Chase, Md. Saginaw, Mich. Dallas, Texas

Steve Donahue (Ursinus ‘84) Joe Jones, Associate Head Coach (SUNY-Oswego ‘87) Nat Graham (Penn ‘97) Akbar Waheed (Niagara ‘99)

First-year head coach Steve Donahue welcomes back four starters and six of the top nine scorers from a team that finished 15-16 overall and eighth in the ACC with a 6-10 league mark ... the only starter missing is guard Rakim Sanders who averaged 11.3 points and 3.7 rebounds per game ... Donahue comes to Boston College from Cornell where he was 146-138 (.514) in 10 seasons, including a 72-21 mark and three consecutive Ivy League titles and three NCAA Tournament berths (2008-10) ... the Eagles return 74 percent of their team’s scoring (3rd in the ACC) and 71 percent of their rebounds (2nd) from a year ago ... among the list of returning staters are senior forwards Joe Trapani and Corey Raji, who combined to average 25.5 points and 11.6 rebounds last season ... Joe Trapani, a third-team All-ACC selection a year ago, led the team in scoring (14.1), rebounds (6.4) and blocked shots (20) and has scored in double figures in 48 of his 64 career contests with the Eagles, including 11 games with 20-or-more points ... Corey Raji shot .543 from the floor, was second on the team in rebounds (5.8) and third in scoring (11.4); has started 61 straight games and has a career field goal percentage of .539 ... guard Reggie Jackson is coming off a solid sophomore season where he averaged 12.9 points, 5.7 rebounds and finished fifth in the ACC in assists (4.5); led the team in scoring six times a year ago and has scored in double figures 34 times in his career ... senior center Josh Southern started 25 games last season and averaged 4.4 points and 3.2 rebounds ... senior point guard Biko Paris started the first 25 games a year ago; averaged 4.8 points and 4.1 assists per game, handed out four or more assists 19 times and was seventh in the ACC in assists and ninth in assists-to-turnover ratio (1.66:1) ... guard Dallas Elmore played in all 31 games as a sophomore last season, averaging 3.9 points and 1.6 rebounds per game; tied a career-high with 10 points in BC’s ACC Tournament loss to Virginia.

2010-11 Eagle Schedule Date N12 N18 N22 N25

Opponent TV Time St. Francis (N.Y.) ........................................7:00 Yale .............................................................7:00 Holy Cross ..................................................7:00 vs. Texas A&M ......................... ESPN2 ..... Noon Old Spice Classic, Orlando, Florida N26 in Old Spice Classic ............... ESPN/Unoon/2:30 Old Spice Classic, Orlando, Florida N28 in Old Spice Classic ............. ESPN2/U ......... tba Old Spice Classic, Orlando, Florida D1 Indiana .....................................ESPNU .......7:15 D4 at Massachusetts .......................................... tba D8 Providence ..................................................7:00 D12 at Maryland .................................. FSN .......4:00 D19 Bryant .........................................................3:00 D22 Bucknell ......................................................7:00 D29 at Rhode Island ...........................................7:00 J1 at South Carolina .....................ESPNU .......5:30 J5 Harvard .......................................................7:00 J8 Georgia Tech................................RSN .......4:00 J11 NC State ...................................ESPNU .......9:00 J15 at Miami ...................................ESPNU .......6:00 J19 Virginia .......................................................7:00 J22 at Florida State .........................ESPNU .......7:00 J27 at Duke........................... ACC Network .......8:00 F1 North Carolina................ ACC Network .......9:00 F5 Virginia Tech ...............................................1:00 F8 at Clemson ...............................ESPNU .......9:00 F12 Maryland ..............ACC Network (split) .......1:00 F19 at North Carolina .......... #ESPN/ESPN2 .......4:00 F23 Miami..........................................................7:00 F26 at Virginia.....................................RSN ..... Noon M1 at Virginia Tech ........................ESPNU .......9:00 M6 Wake Forest ................... ACC Network ..... Noon M10-13 ACC Tournament (Greensboro Coliseum)


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Boston College 2009-10 Final Statistics (15-16, 6-10 8th in ACC) OVERALL Joe Trapani Reggie Jackson Corey Raji Rakim Sanders Tyler Roche Biko Paris Josh Southern Dallas Elmore Evan Ravenel Peter Rehnquist Cortney Dunn Nick Mosakowski Total Opponents

GP 30 31 29 23 29 31 31 31 25 6 26 6 31 31

GS 30 20 29 23 3 25 25 0 0 0 0 0

Min 888 934 774 646 554 790 508 470 263 13 347 13

Avg 29.6 30.1 26.7 28.1 19.1 25.5 16.4 15.2 10.5 2.2 13.3 2.2

FG FGA Pct 3FG 154 353 .436 51 145 337 .430 32 138 254 .543 0 100 248 .403 29 75 155 .484 36 51 125 .408 10 50 112 .446 0 41 94 .436 0 31 63 .492 0 3 8 .375 0 9 28 .321 0 1 10 .100 1 798 1787 .447 159 766 1757 .436 150

ACC GAMES Joe Trapani Reggie Jackson Corey Raji Rakim Sanders Tyler Roche Dallas Elmore Evan Ravenel Biko Paris Josh Southern Nick Mosakowski Cortney Dunn Peter Rehnquist Total Opponents

GP 15 16 16 15 16 16 12 16 16 2 16 2 16 16

GS 15 7 16 15 1 0 0 11 15 0 0 0

Min 435 449 399 425 301 255 152 316 227 3 236 2

Avg 29.0 28.1 24.9 28.3 18.8 15.9 12.7 19.8 14.2 1.5 14.8 1.0

FG 74 70 65 60 40 20 17 18 14 1 7 0 386 405

FGA 168 158 121 158 84 49 35 46 41 2 24 2 888 882

FGA Pct FT 145 .352 65 110 .291 77 3 .000 56 92 .315 31 88 .409 23 37 .270 38 0 .000 36 7 .000 39 0 .000 20 2 .000 0 0 .000 5 4 .250 0 488 .326 390 497 .302 366

Pct 3FG FGA Pct .440 25 77 .325 .443 15 52 .288 .537 0 0 .000 .380 14 55 .255 .476 21 50 .420 .408 0 2 .000 .486 0 0 .000 .391 2 11 .182 .341 0 0 .000 .500 1 1 1.000 .292 0 0 .000 .000 0 1 .000 .435 78 249 .313 .459 69 241 .286

FTA 81 105 88 47 32 53 51 49 28 0 11 0 545 545

Pct .802 .733 .636 .660 .719 .717 .706 .796 .714 .000 .455 .000 .716 .672

FT FTA Pct 26 32 .813 45 55 .818 39 53 .736 18 28 .643 11 15 .733 22 29 .759 7 11 .636 9 17 .529 11 17 .647 0 0 .000 4 10 .400 0 0 .000 192 267 .719 214 308 .695

Off Tot 52 191 59 176 90 168 24 84 19 70 11 62 31 99 13 49 24 61 0 2 9 49 1 2 401 1124 336 977

Avg 6.4 5.7 5.8 3.7 2.4 2.0 3.2 1.6 2.4 0.3 1.9 0.3 36.3 31.5

Off Tot Avg 24 87 5.8 26 78 4.9 41 77 4.8 14 52 3.5 9 43 2.7 6 21 1.3 10 29 2.4 5 21 1.3 11 34 2.1 0 0 0.0 8 31 1.9 0 0 0.0 194 530 33.1 177 511 31.9

PF DQ A TO BK ST Pts 56 0 39 41 20 28 424 62 0 139 80 14 19 399 56 0 30 30 2 22 332 47 1 49 54 8 23 260 33 0 19 15 13 4 209 37 0 126 76 3 32 150 78 1 26 21 11 9 136 43 2 19 33 8 14 121 58 1 10 17 9 2 82 2 0 1 2 1 0 6 49 2 6 14 19 2 23 3 0 1 0 0 0 3 524 7 465 394 108 155 2145 546 7 364 363 144 188 2048

Avg 14.1 12.9 11.4 11.3 7.2 4.8 4.4 3.9 3.3 1.0 0.9 0.5 69.2 66.1

PF DQ A TO 29 0 16 23 31 0 74 40 28 0 15 17 36 1 24 37 18 0 11 9 20 1 12 17 37 1 6 8 18 0 48 41 43 0 10 7 1 0 0 0 35 2 5 9 1 0 1 1 297 5 222 215 275 4 205 185

Avg 13.3 12.5 10.6 10.1 7.0 3.9 3.4 2.9 2.4 1.5 1.1 0.0 65.1 68.3

BK ST Pts 3 16 199 4 9 200 0 14 169 3 18 152 6 2 112 2 11 62 7 2 41 1 15 47 3 6 39 0 0 3 9 2 18 0 0 0 38 95 1042 81 106 1093

2009-10 Game Results BC Opp Results AP USA AP USA W/L N13 Dartmouth ................................................................ W N17 St. Francis (NY) ........................................................ W N20 #St. Joseph’s..............................................................L N21 #South Dakota State ................................................. W N23 #Northern Iowa ..........................................................L N28 at Providence............................................................ W D2 at Michigan............................................................... W D6 Miami ....................................................................... W D9 Harvard.......................................................................L D13 Rhode Island ..............................................................L D20 Bryant ....................................................................... W D23 Massachusetts ......................................................... W D30 South Carolina .......................................................... W J2 Maine .........................................................................L J5 NJIT.......................................................................... W J9 at Clemson .........................................x .... 21 .............L J13 at Duke .............................................. 8 ...... 7 .............L J16 Maryland ....................................................................L J19 at Miami ................................................................... W J23 at Virginia Tech...........................................................L J26 Clemson .............................................x .... 21 ........... W J30 Florida State ...............................................................L F6 Duke ................................................ 10 ...... 9 .............L F9 at Wake Forest............................................................L F14 at Florida State ...........................................................L F20 North Carolina .......................................................... W F24 Virginia Tech ............................................................ W F27 at Georgia Tech ..........................................................L M3 Virginia ..................................................................... W M7 at NC State .................................................................L ACC Tournament M11 #Virginia .....................................................................L

Score 89-58 72-44 80-84 75-58 69-81 82-77 62-58 61-60 67-74 69-80 72-46 79-67 85-76 51-52 89-32 56-72 59-79 57-73 79-75 62-63 75-69 61-57 63-66 85-92 47-62 71-67 80-60 68-73 68-55 54-66

BC FGs 30-50 28-61 26-73 29-54 24-50 33-65 23-49 20-58 21-56 30-67 30-64 30-68 31-65 18-55 34-62 23-62 21-48 21-57 31-63 22-40 24-43 24-56 24-58 31-67 17-51 27-67 29-57 25-55 25-57 22-49

BC FG% .600 .459 .356 .537 .480 .508 .469 .345 .375 .448 .469 .441 .477 .327 .548 .371 .438 .368 .492 .550 .558 .429 .414 .463 .333 .403 .509 .455 .439 .449

BC FTs 23-32 11-15 22-28 6-14 18-21 16-27 13-20 18-25 20-28 6-12 8-11 13-17 17-23 6-8 12-14 8-11 16-26 10-14 10-17 15-16 24-35 3-4 13-15 14-23 7-8 11-13 15-20 7-11 15-18 7-11

BC FT% .719 .733 .786 .429 .857 .593 .650 .720 .714 .500 .727 .765 .739 .750 .857 .727 .615 .714 .588 .938 .686 .750 .867 .609 .875 .846 .750 .636 .833 .636

Opp FGs 22-57 18-58 27-57 24-58 35-54 30-74 21-65 25-53 24-48 31-62 16-48 25-68 31-70 22-52 12-51 25-56 28-60 28-57 26-55 22-57 30-60 23-53 23-48 31-54 24-55 25-64 19-61 27-51 24-52 23-46

Opp FG% .386 .310 .474 .414 .648 .405 .323 .472 .500 .500 .333 .368 .443 .423 .235 .446 .467 .491 .473 .386 .500 .472 .479 .574 .436 .391 .311 .529 .462 .500

Opp FTs .684 .333 .741 .571 .500 .538 .636 .833 .793 .692 .667 .583 .615 .600 .583 .630 .815 .714 .727 .789 .500 .625 .577 .742 .615 .667 .741 .917 .455 .714

Reb Mar +16 +11 +8 +10 +11 +10 +11 +25 -1 +7 +17 -17 +14 +3 +22 -7 -13 +12 -7 +6 Even -17 -4 -1 -4 +4 +21 +2 +4 -2

TO 19/17 16/18 5/11 10/8 13/5 10/6 13/5 11/6 14/16 14/11 12/18 6/16 15/10 14/13 11/19 14/13 13/10 18/9 5/11 20/9 15/13 14/16 9/11 10/12 20/14 7/11 10/18 21/18 9/12 11/10

Half 45-23 36-22 40-39 37-28 41-38 42-31 34-24 31-25 33-29 25-33 38-16 26-25 48-27 32-29 45-14 29-41 35-38 28-38 35-45 29-38 42-25 27-22 25-35 39-50 30-30 37-36 39-24 30-37 37-23 23-24

62-68

25-60

.417

7-8

.875

23-53

.434

.700

+6

7/5

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Boston College Eagles Steve Donahue, Boston College Head Coach

Steve Donahue was named the 16th head basketball coach in Boston College history on April 7, 2010 … Donahue assumed the program’s reins after serving 10 years as the head coach at Cornell, where he led the Big Red to three consecutive Ivy League titles (2008-2010) and a trip to the 2010 NCAA Sweet 16 … in his 10 seasons at Cornell, Donahue compiled a 146-138 overall record, including a 55-15 (.786) record in Ivy League play over the last five years … Donahue coached and/or recruited seven of the school’s top 13 all-time leading scorers, two Ivy League Rookies of the Year and two Academic All-Americans … in 2009-10, Cornell captured the school’s third-straight Ivy League title en route to an conference-record 29 wins, the program’s first NCAA win, and a trip to the Sweet 16 … a year ago, the Big Red won 18 games away from home, the most among any Division I school and were ranked as high as No. 22 nationally in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches’ Poll - the program’s first national ranking in 59 years … in last year’s NCAA Tournament, the 12th-seeded Big Red advanced to the “Sweet 16”, defeating fifth-seeded Temple and fourth-seeded Wisconsin by double figures … prior to his arrival at Cornell, Donahue served as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator under Fran Dunphy at Penn for 10 years ... a 1984 graduate of Ursinus, he captained both the baseball and basketball teams as a senior, earning four letters in both sports.

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Donahue Year by Year Year 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05

Conference PostSchool Overall W-L Finish Season Cornell .........................7-20 .......... 3-11 ........... t7th...................x Cornell .........................5-22 .......... 2-12 ........... t7th...................x Cornell .........................9-18 .......... 4-10 ........... t5th...................x Cornell .......................11-16 ............ 6-8 ........... t5th...................x Cornell .......................13-14 ............ 8-6 ........... 2nd...................x

Year 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Conference PostSchool Overall W-L Finish Season Cornell .......................13-15 ............ 8-6 ............ 3rd...................x Cornell .......................16-12 ............ 9-5 ............ 3rd...................x Cornell .........................22-6 .......... 14-0 .............1st.....NCAA 0-1 Cornell .......................21-10 .......... 11-3 .............1st.....NCAA 0-1 Cornell .........................29-5 .......... 13-1 .............1st.....NCAA 2-1

Overall Conf. Games ACC Tournament NCAA Games NIT Games School Years W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. Cornell .................(10) ........... 2001-10 ........146-138 ........ .514 ........... 78-62 .........557 .............. x ...............x........... 2-3 ......... .400 .................x .............. x Totals ..................(10) ........... 2001-10 ........146-138 ........ .514 ........... 78-62 .........557 .............. x ...............x........... 2-3 ......... .400 .................x .............. x

Boston College Coaching Records Career Records

Years 1905 1906-1907 1917 1919-1921 1922-1925 1946-1953 1954-1962 1963 1964-1969 1970-1971 1972-1977 1978-1982 1983-1986 1987-1997 1998-2010

W 6 9 2 19 21 94 111 9 117 26 83 100 76 168 247

L 8 21 3 11 22 79 103 16 38 24 80 47 45 166 165

Pct. .429 .300 .400 .633 .488 .543 .519 .360 .755 .520 .509 .680 .628 .503 .600

ACC Games Only

Years Al Skinner ..................... (5) 2006-2010

W 40

L 40

Pct. .500

ACC Tournament

W 5

L 5

Pct. .500

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 1.

1.

Higgins ......................... (1) James Crowley ............. (2) Rev. Paul McNally, S.J. (1) Luke Urban ................... (3) William Coady .............. (4) Al McClellan ................. (8) Don Martin ................... (9) Frank Power ................. (1) Bob Cousy .................... (6) Chuck Daly ................... (2) Bob Zuffelato ................ (6) Tom Davis .................... (5) Gary Williams ............... (4) Jim O’Brien ................ (11) Al Skinner ................... (13)

Years Al Skinner ..................... (5) 2006-2010

NCAA Tournament

W 5 5 3 2 6 1 0

L 2 3 2 2 7 2 1

Pct. .714 .625 .600 .500 .462 .333 .000

NIT Tournament

W 3 6 4 1 1 1

L 1 4 3 1 1 1

Pct. .750 .600 .571 .500 .500 .500

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

1. 2. 3. 4.

No. Tom Davis .........................................(2) Jim O’Brien .......................................(3) Gary Williams ....................................(2) Bob Cousy .........................................(2) Al Skinner ..........................................(7) Bob Zuffelato .....................................(1) Don Martin ........................................(1)

No. Bob Zuffelato .....................................(1) Jim O’Brien .......................................(3) Bob Cousy .........................................(3) Tom Davis .........................................(1) Al Skinner ..........................................(1) Gary Williams ....................................(1)


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Boston College (1954-2010) Year 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

Head Coach Overall Conf. Finish Don Martin ................11-11 Don Martin ..................8-18 Don Martin ..................6-18 Don Martin ................13-12 Don Martin ..................16-6 Don Martin ..................17-9 Don Martin ................11-14 Don Martin ..................14-9 Don Martin ..................15-7 Frank Power ................9-16 Bob Cousy ................10-11 Bob Cousy ..................22-7 Bob Cousy ..................21-5 Bob Cousy ..................23-3 Bob Cousy ..................17-8 Bob Cousy ..................24-4 Chuck Daly ................11-13 Chuck Daly ................15-11 Bob Zuffelato ............13-13 Bob Zuffelato ............11-14 Bob Zuffelato ..............21-9 Bob Zuffelato ..............21-9 Bob Zuffelato ..............9-17 Bob Zuffelato ..............8-18 Tom Davis .................15-11 Tom Davis ...................21-9 -

Conf. Trn. -

Non Conf. 11-11 8-18 6-18 13-12 16-6 17-9 11-14 14-9 15-7 9-16 10-11 22-7 21-5 23-3 17-8 24-4 11-13 15-11 13-13 11-14 21-9 21-9 9-17 8-18 15-11 21-9

PostSeason NCAA 0-1 NIT 0-1 NIT 1-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 0-1 NIT 3-1 NIT 3-1 NCAA 1-2 -

Final Final AP Coach 9 10 16 15 -

AllConf. -

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

PPG Offense 72.0 69.2 69.3 74.0 75.1 71.0 75.1 79.7 84.9 60.2 83.8 91.6 91.1 85.3 88.8 84.2 73.6 75.7 72.1 74.3 78.8 81.0 72.9 74.0 82.2 84.2

FG% .465 .459 .465 .473 .486 .488 .453 .448 .465 .450 .485 .476 .473 .423 .483 .502

PPG FT% Defense 70.5 81.6 80.4 73.3 68.6 63.8 75.8 76.1 77.6 60.2 84.9 .674 84.2 .677 80.4 .691 71.3 .721 75.0 .712 72.6 .761 72.8 .721 70.2 .693 73.1 .707 74.7 .678 74.6 .715 74.3 .683 74.2 .701 84.0 .735 80.8 .751 78.9

Opp. FG% .445 .427 .432 .440 .418 .439 .424 .451 .458 .451 .472 .501 .481 .498

Reb. Mar. 9.2 7.7 5.0 7.2 0.6 2.6 2.3 1.2 3.7 5.2 -3.2 -2.0 5.0 5.6

Year 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Head Coach Overall B-East Finish Tom Davis .................19-10 2-4 (5) Tom Davis ...................23-7 10-4 (1) Tom Davis .................22-10 8-6 (4) Gary Williams..............25-7 12-4 (T1) Gary Williams............18-12 8-8 (T4) Gary Williams............20-11 7-9 (6) Gary Williams............13-15 4-12 (7) Jim O’Brien ...............11-18 3-13 (T8) Jim O’Brien ...............18-15 6-10 (7) Jim O’Brien ...............12-17 3-13 (9) Jim O’Brien .................8-20 1-15 (9) Jim O’Brien ...............11-19 1-15 (9) Jim O’Brien ...............17-14 7-11 (8) Jim O’Brien ...............18-13 9-9 (T4) Jim O’Brien ...............23-11 11-7 (3) Jim O’Brien .................9-19 2-16 (10) Jim O’Brien ...............19-11 10-8 (3BE6) Jim O’Brien .................22-9 12-6 (T1BE6) Al Skinner .................15-16 6-12 (6BE6) Al Skinner ...................6-21 3-15 (13) Al Skinner .................11-19 3-13 (13) Al Skinner ...................27-5 13-3 (1East) Al Skinner .................20-12 8-8 (4East) Al Skinner .................19-12 10-6 (T1East) Al Skinner .................24-10 10-6 (T5) Al Skinner ...................25-5 13-3 (T1)

B-East Trn. 0-1 0-1 1-1 2-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 3-0 1-1 0-1 0-1 3-0 1-1 1-1 2-1 0-1

Non Conf. 17-5 13-2 13-3 11-2 10-3 13-1 9-2 7-4 12-4 8-3 7-4 10-3 9-2 8-3 12-3 6-2 8-2 7-3 8-3 3-5 8-5 11-2 11-3 8-5 12-3 12-1

PostSeason NIT 1-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 3-1 NCAA 1-1 NIT 1-1 NCAA 2-1 NIT 3-2 NIT 1-1 NIT 2-1 NCAA 3-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 0-1 NIT 1-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 1-1

Final Final All AP Coach B-East 1 2 1 11 13 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 2 2 1 1 23 20 1 1 0 0 7 7 1 1 2 25 1 14 12 2

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0

PPG Offense 76.1 72.7 77.8 84.3 77.2 76.4 73.3 64.2 73.6 73.1 72.3 75.5 75.5 71.5 78.2 72.0 78.2 74.4 69.9 62.6 68.3 79.6 73.6 79.4 68.0 72.5

FG% .518 .510 .517 .505 .470 .492 .474 .477 .484 .436 .461 .440 .483 .477 .471 .456 .461 .452 .450 .409 .410 .454 .419 .470 .455 .456

PPG FT% Defense .725 68.9 .719 64.3 .671 69.8 .719 73.6 .738 71.7 .705 68.0 .742 73.1 .708 68.0 .717 71.7 .701 76.1 .680 77.6 .678 77.5 .694 70.6 .746 67.0 .682 70.0 .697 76.4 .706 70.5 .703 69.1 .644 70.9 .662 71.6 .711 69.2 .709 66.5 .696 70.5 .691 76.4 .679 63.2 .712 64.3

Opp. FG% .461 .493 .496 .455 .493 .468 .482 .471 .461 .485 .491 .456 .445 .424 .414 .422 .409 .420 .437 .461 .437 .438 .425 .445 .405 .414

Reb. Mar. 4.4 5.6 1.5 2.7 3.7 5.0 -2.0 -0.1 -0.2 -3.3 -1.7 -2.8 -1.8 0.1 -2.4 6.0 5.1 5.2 -1.2 -7.1 -1.4 1.8 -0.6 0.0 3.1 5.0

Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Head Coach Overall Al Skinner ...................28-8 Al Skinner .................21-12 Al Skinner .................14-17 Al Skinner .................22-12 Al Skinner .................15-16

ACC Trn. 2-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-1

Non Conf. 15-2 10-5 9-4 12-4 9-5

PostSeason NCAA 2-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 0-1 -

Final Final AP Coach 12 7 -

All- NBA Am. Draft 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

PPG Offense 74.2 74.3 72.8 74.4 69.2

FG% .485 .478 .455 .443 .447

PPG FT% Defense .675 66.2 .724 69.8 .690 72.4 .738 70.5 .716 66.1

Opp. FG% .427 .444 .443 .426 .436

Reb. Mar. 3.8 1.7 0.8 2.7 4.7

ACC Finish 11-5 3rd 10-6 t3rd 4-12 t11th 9-7 t5th 6-10 8th

AllACC 2 2 1 1 1


CLEMSON TIGERS 2010-11 Tiger Roster Bold denotes returning starter

No. 1 2 3 4 5 10 11 12 21 24 31 32 45

Player Noel Johnson Demontez Stitt Zavier Anderson Jonah Baize Tanner Smith Catalin Baciu Andre Young Cory Stanton Bryan Narcisse Milton Jennings Devin Booker Donte Hill Jerai Grant

Head Coach: Assistants:

Cl. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. So. So. Sr.

Pos. G/F G G F G C G G F F F/C G F/C

Hgt. 6-6 6-2 5-9 6-6 6-5 7-2 5-9 5-10 6-6 6-9 6-8 6-4 6-8

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Wgt. 200 180 170 195 210 255 175 175 220 225 245 205 230

Hometown Fayetteville, Ga. Matthews, N.C. Greenville, S.C. Evansville, Ind. Alpharetta, Ga. Cluj-Napoca, Romania Albany, Ga. Springfield, Tenn. North Augusta, S.C. Summerville, S.C. Whitmire, S.C. Virginia Beach, Va. Bowie, Md.

Brad Brownell (DePauw ‘91) Rick Ray, Associate Head Coach (Grand View ‘94) Mike Winiecki (Richmond ‘89) Earl Grant (Georgia College ‘00)

Tiger Tidbits

Three starters and eight of the team’s top 10 scorers from a team that finished 2111 overall and tied for fifth in the ACC at 9-7, return for first-year head coach Brad Brownell ... Brownell led Wright State to four consecutive 20-win seasons and has averaged nearly 21 wins per year in his eight years as a Division I head coach ... has a career mark of 167-85 and his .663 winning percentage is ranked in the top 30 nationally among active Division I coaches ... with a 9-7 league record a year ago, the Tigers have had three straight winning seasons in ACC play for the first time in school history ... missing is first-team All-ACC forward Trevor Booker who finished his career with 1,725 points, 1,060 rebounds, 249 blocked shots, 32 double-doubles and134 starts ... three-year starter Demontez Stitt heads the list of returning lettermen for the Tigers ... last season, Stitt led the team in assists (3.1) and was second in scoring (11.4); has 81 career starts and is second among active ACC players with 312 career assists ... Tanner Smith started all 32 games a year ago as a sophomore, averaging a career-high 8.7 points and 4.2 rebounds in 24.9 minutes per game ... after only one start in his first two seasons at Clemson, center Jerai Grant had 29 starts a year ago and responded by averaging 7.2 points and 4.7 rebounds; Grant led the team and was third in the ACC with 1.7 blocked shots per game ... guard Andre Young averaged 9.2 points and 2.4 assists with only three starts in 32 games; has a 1.74:1 career assists to turnover ratio and a .392 succes rate from behind the arc ... Noel Johnson averaged 4.8 points and 1.9 rebounds and had two starts in 2010 ... Devin Booker shot .561 from the floor en route to averaging 4.5 points and 2.9 rebounds per game ... playing in all 32 games as a freshman, Milton Jennings averaged 3.3 points and 2.7 rebounds.

2010-11 Tiger Schedule Date N12 N15 N19

Opponent TV Time Western Carolina ........................................8:00 Wofford.......................................................7:00 vs. Long Beach State ..................................3:30 Paradise Jam, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands N20/21 in Paradise Jam ............................................ tba N22 in Paradise Jam ............................................ tba N26 South Carolina State ...................................7:00 N30 Michigan .................................. ESPN2 .......9:00 D5 at South Carolina ....................... FSSO .......1:00 D12 at Florida State ............................. FSN .......6:15 D17 Savannah State ...........................................7:00 D19 UNCG ......................................... FSSO .......2:00 D22 at College of Charleston ... FSSO/NESN .......7:00 D27 Delaware State ............................................7:00 D29 East Carolina ...............................................7:00 J2 Citadel .........................................................4:00 J8 Miami.......................................ESPNU .......6:00 J11 Georgia Tech................................RSN .......7:00 J18 at North Carolina ............ ACC Network .......8:00 J22 at Maryland .................... ACC Network .......2:30 J25 NC State .......................................RSN .......7:00 J29 Florida State ................... ACC Network ..... Noon F2 at Virginia.................................ESPNU .......9:00 F5 at Georgia Tech ....ACC Network (split) .......1:00 F8 Boston College .........................ESPNU .......9:00 F12 North Carolina......ACC Network (split) .......1:00 F17 at NC State ................... #ESPN/ESPN2 .......7:00 F20 at Miami ...................................ESPNU .......3:30 F26 Wake Forest .................................RSN .......4:00 M2 at Duke......................... #ESPN/ESPN2 .......9:00 M5 Virginia Tech ................ #ESPN/ESPN2 ..... Noon M10-13 ACC Tournament (Greensboro Coliseum)


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Clemson 2009-10 Final Statistics (21-11, 9-7 tie 5th in ACC) OVERALL Trevor Booker Demontez Stitt Andre Young Tanner Smith Jerai Grant David Potter Noel Johnson Devin Booker Milton Jennings Jonah Baize Bryan Narcisse Donte Hill Catalin Baciu Karolis Petrukonis Zavier Anderson Total Opponents

GP 32 30 32 32 31 32 32 32 32 2 21 23 12 5 10 32 32

GS 32 29 3 32 29 30 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

Min 984 863 842 798 629 765 474 370 358 3 121 117 41 17 18

Avg 30.8 28.8 26.3 24.9 20.3 23.9 14.8 11.6 11.2 1.5 5.8 5.1 3.4 3.4 1.8

FG 188 119 93 89 86 76 58 60 40 2 17 12 7 2 2 851 746

FGA 361 262 232 222 136 209 156 107 107 2 30 32 15 2 5 1878 1768

Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA .521 9 34 .265 101 171 .454 33 84 .393 72 92 .401 60 160 .375 48 60 .401 25 91 .275 74 100 .632 0 0 .000 51 86 .364 48 127 .378 24 35 .372 29 79 .367 8 11 .561 0 1 .000 24 45 .374 6 35 .171 18 28 1.000 2 2 1.000 0 0 .567 2 8 .250 4 8 .375 2 10 .200 6 14 .467 0 0 .000 1 2 1.000 0 0 .000 1 2 .400 0 0 .000 0 0 .453 216 631 .342 432 654 .422 148 503 .294 425 626

Pct .591 .783 .800 .740 .593 .686 .727 .533 .643 .000 .500 .429 .500 .500 .000 .661 .679

Off 89 22 15 38 75 23 21 36 32 0 10 7 3 0 1 420 381

Tot 268 80 69 133 146 85 60 94 86 0 20 13 17 1 3 1178 1112

ACC GAMES Trevor Booker Demontez Stitt Andre Young Jerai Grant Tanner Smith David Potter Devin Booker Noel Johnson Milton Jennings Donte Hill Bryan Narcisse Zavier Anderson Catalin Baciu Total Opponents

GP 16 14 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 12 9 2 5 16 16

GS 16 13 3 16 16 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Min 515 419 456 367 411 393 182 240 159 36 15 3 4

Avg 32.2 29.9 28.5 22.9 25.7 24.6 11.4 15.0 9.9 3.0 1.7 1.5 .8

FG 94 56 48 51 35 32 22 24 13 3 1 0 0 379 375

FGA 186 125 125 78 108 103 44 72 50 10 1 0 2 904 883

Pct 3FG FGA Pct .505 3 20 .150 .448 14 39 .359 .384 32 90 .356 .654 0 0 .000 .324 13 51 .255 .311 23 67 .343 .500 0 0 .000 .333 9 34 .265 .260 3 18 .167 .300 0 3 .000 1.000 0 0 .000 .000 0 0 .000 .000 0 0 .000 .419 97 322 .301 .425 65 239 .272

Avg 8.4 2.7 2.2 4.2 4.7 2.7 1.9 2.9 2.7 0.0 1.0 0.6 1.4 0.2 0.3 36.8 34.8

FT FTA Pct 60 93 .645 45 54 .833 22 26 .846 31 49 .633 36 52 .692 15 20 .750 17 27 .630 3 5 .600 8 13 .615 1 4 .250 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 238 344 .692 243 341 .713

Off 40 13 8 34 22 8 18 12 12 2 2 0 1 196 194

Tot Avg 124 7.8 38 2.7 34 2.1 84 5.3 68 4.3 40 2.5 43 2.7 33 2.1 41 2.6 3 0.3 2 0.2 0 0.0 2 0.4 563 35.2 577 36.1

PF DQ A TO BK 63 1 81 62 45 58 1 94 80 8 45 1 77 59 0 69 1 69 66 13 85 3 19 38 54 82 3 44 49 6 46 1 25 37 6 41 0 10 30 4 43 0 15 27 8 0 0 0 0 0 19 1 5 13 5 5 0 8 7 1 5 0 2 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 4 2 0 564 12 453 480 151 587 7 384 551 100 PF DQ A TO 33 0 42 26 27 0 36 36 21 0 35 33 50 3 10 28 41 1 32 36 42 1 21 21 25 0 4 14 27 0 11 18 27 0 8 12 0 0 1 3 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 296 5 200 235 310 5 188 250

ST Pts 43 486 44 343 54 294 37 277 25 223 41 224 13 153 12 144 16 104 0 6 3 40 8 32 3 15 0 5 2 4 301 2350 263 2065

Avg 15.2 11.4 9.2 8.7 7.2 7.0 4.8 4.5 3.3 3.0 1.9 1.4 1.3 1.0 0.4 73.4 64.5

BK ST Pts 27 20 251 2 20 171 0 21 150 31 11 133 4 18 119 5 17 102 0 8 61 3 6 60 4 8 37 0 0 7 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 77 129 1093 58 129 1058

Avg 15.7 12.2 9.4 8.3 7.4 6.4 3.8 3.8 2.3 0.6 0.2 0.0 0.0 68.3 66.1

2009-10 Game Results CU Opp Results AP USA AP USA W/L N13 Presbyterian ............. 24 .....24.................................. W N17 at Liberty .................. 22 .....23.................................. W N20 at UNC Greensboro... 22 .....23.................................. W N23 Winthrop .................. 19 .....19.................................. W N26 #Texas A&M ............. 19 .....19....................................L N27 #Long Beach State ... 19 .....19.................................. W N29 #Butler...................... 19 .....19......... 12 .... 10 ........... W D2 Illinois....................... 18 .....19....................................L D6 South Carolina .......... 18 .....19.................................. W D13 Furman ....................... x .....24.................................. W D16 at East Carolina........... x .....24.................................. W D19 College of Charleston . x .....24.................................. W D22 Western Carolina ...... 24 .....23.................................. W D29 South Carolina State ... 21 .....18.................................. W J3 at Duke ..................... 21 .....18........... 7 ...... 7 .............L J9 Boston College ........... x .....21.................................. W J13 North Carolina .......... 24 .....19......... 12 .... 13 ........... W J16 at NC State ............... 24 .....19.................................. W J19 at Georgia Tech ........ 17 .....16......... 19 .... 18 .............L J23 Duke ......................... 17 .....16........... 7 ...... 6 .............L J26 at Boston College ....... x .....21....................................L J31 Maryland .................... x .....21.................................. W F6 at Virginia Tech...........................................................L F10 Florida State ............................................................. W F13 Miami ....................................................................... W F20 Virginia ..................................................................... W F24 at Maryland ................................................................L F28 at Florida State ......................................................... W M2 Georgia Tech ............................................................ W M7 at Wake Forest............................................................L ACC Tournament M11 #NC State ...................................................................L NCAA Tournament (7 seed) M19 #Missouri (#10)..........................................................L

Score 84-41 79-39 89-67 102-66 60-69 87-79 70-69 74-76 72-61 82-53 80-63 94-55 79-57 70-67 53-74 72-56 83-64 73-70 64-66 47-60 69-75 62-53 59-70 77-67 74-66 72-49 79-88 53-50 91-80 65-70

CU FGs 30-70 32-66 36-66 35-66 20-59 38-66 25-54 24-61 26-57 35-65 30-66 39-65 29-48 25-51 16-49 25-56 29-61 26-53 24-65 18-48 30-60 22-69 19-62 20-45 20-44 27-52 30-69 17-51 32-58 24-62

CU FG% .429 .485 .545 .530 .339 .576 .463 .393 .456 .538 .455 .600 .604 .490 .327 .446 .475 .491 .369 .375 .500 .319 .306 .444 .455 .519 .435 .333 .552 .387

CU FTs 10-13 5-11 9-13 24-37 17-28 6-8 11-17 18-25 11-14 12-25 10-14 11-17 16-32 14-24 18-24 17-27 18-20 17-23 10-20 9-13 6-12 13-22 14-21 29-38 25-31 12-13 8-10 15-19 15-32 12-19

CU FT% .769 .455 .692 .649 .607 .750 .647 .720 .786 .480 .714 .647 .500 .583 .750 .630 .900 .739 .500 .692 .500 .591 .667 .763 .806 .923 .800 .789 .469 .632

Opp FGs 16-45 14-46 23-58 23-51 22-49 27-60 28-52 28-54 25-70 18-62 23-56 22-65 23-63 26-52 24-48 23-62 27-61 21-54 26-66 24-52 24-43 18-52 15-49 22-58 26-50 21-60 32-59 16-42 31-68 25-59

Opp FG% .356 .304 .397 .451 .449 .450 .538 .519 .357 .290 .411 .338 .365 .500 .500 .371 .443 .389 .394 .462 .558 .346 .306 .379 .520 .350 .542 .381 .456 .424

Opp FTs .571 .563 .773 .600 .571 .588 .600 .636 .500 .692 .609 1.000 .571 .889 .800 .727 .700 .800 .500 .727 .686 .882 .826 .739 .412 .714 .667 .583 .647 .818

57-59

20-51

.392

10-18

.556

23-44

.523

.667

78-86

28-63

.444

10-14

.714

30-58

.517

.724

Reb Mar +14 +19 -2 +16 -8 +2 -4 +1 +11 +3 +3 +19 +7 -3 -4 +7 -8 -11 -9 -2 Even +5 +12 +4 +3 +3 +7 +2 -12 -11

TO 11/27 17/28 19/23 17/26 18/19 15/15 10/13 13/15 19/10 14/27 11/14 15/18 15/15 16/23 17/15 13/14 14/26 11/11 15/16 16/13 13/15 21/26 17/10 17/15 11/14 12/12 15/10 18/20 11/15 14/18

Half 41-22 42-19 42-24 50-32 20-33 38-34 26-33 47-27 32-29 43-26 46-29 43-25 43-32 41-30 12-30 41-29 50-32 45-28 29-35 23-23 25-42 29-22 27-29 37-24 33-28 41-22 48-39 19-21 44-41 29-31

-9 15/19

21-25

+11

20/9

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Clemson Tigers Brad Brownell, Clemson Head Coach

Brad Brownell was named the 22nd head men’s basketball coach at Clemson University on April 13, 2010 … Brownell led Wright State to four consecutive 20-win seasons and has averaged nearly 21 wins per year in his eight years as a Division I head coach … with a career record of 167-85, and a winning percentage of .663, Brownell is ranked in the top 30 nationally among active Division I coaches … the Evansville, Ind., native was the head coach at UNC Wilmington from 2003 to 2006, posting a 83-40 overall record, including a 52-20 mark against conference teams … in his four years at Wright State, Brownell was 84-45, with a 55-24 record in league play … in his eight years as a head coach, Brownell is 101-41 (.711) in conference play and 53 of his 167 overall career wins have been on the opponent’s home court, an average of 6.6 road wins per year … in each of his two previous head coaching positions, Brownell has taken the program to a school-record number of wins as a Division I program – 25 wins at UNC Wilmington in 2005-06 and 23 victories at Wright State in 2006-07 … in his eight years as a head coach, the 1991 DePauw graduate has six 20-win seasons, three NCAA Tournament bids and a 15-5 record in conference postseason tournaments, including three postseason tournament titles … Brownell was named the Colonial Athletic Association Coach of the Year in 2002-03 and 2005-06, and the Horizon League Coach-of-the-Year in 2007-08 … the 41-year old earned three letters as a player at DePauw University where he ranks seventh in school history with 332 career assists … Brownell earned his bachelor’s degree from DePauw in 1991 and completed his master’s degree at the University of Indianapolis in 1994.

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Brownell Year by Year Year 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06

Conference PostSchool Overall W-L Finish Season UNC Wilmington ........ 24-7 ......... 15-3 ........... 1st .... NCAA 0-1 UNC Wilmington ...... 15-16 ........... 9-9 ........... 7th .................. x UNC Wilmington ...... 19-10 ......... 13-5 .......... 2nd .................. x UNC Wilmington ........ 25-8 ......... 15-3 ........... 1st .... NCAA 0-1

Year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Conference PostSchool Overall W-L Finish Wright State ............. 23-10 ......... 13-3 ........... 1st .... NCAA 0-1 Wright State ............. 21-10 ......... 12-6 .......... 2nd .................. x Wright State ............. 20-13 ......... 12-6 .......... 2nd .................. x Wright State ............. 20-12 ......... 12-6 .......... 2nd .................. x

Overall Conf. Games ACC Tourney NCAA Games NIT Games School Years W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. UNC Wilmington... (4).......... 2003-06 .......... 83-41.........669 ......... 52-20....... .722 ..............x.............. x ......... 0-2........ .000 ................x ..............x Wright State ........ (4).......... 2007-10 .......... 84-45.........651 ......... 49-21....... .700 ..............x.............. x ......... 0-1........ .000 ................x ..............x Totals .............(8) ........2003-10.......167-86 ..... .661...... 101-41 ..... .711.......... x ..........x .......0-3 ..... .000.........................

Clemson Coaching Records Career Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21.

Frank Dobson .................. (2) J.O. Erwin ....................... (2) A.H. Ward ....................... (1) Country Morris ............... (2) Jiggs Donahue ................ (2) Larry Conover ................. (1) E.R. Stewart .................... (2) Bud Saunders ................. (2) A.A. Gillian ...................... (1) Josh Cody ....................... (5) Joe Davis ........................ (9) Rock Norton ................... (6) Banks McFadden .......... (10) Press Maravich ............... (6) Bobby Roberts ................ (8) Tates Locke .................... (5) Bill Foster ....................... (9) Cliff Ellis ....................... (10) Rick Barnes ..................... (4) Larry Shyatt ..................... (5) Oliver Purnell ................... (7)

ACC Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Oliver Purnell ....................(7) Rick Barnes ......................(4) Cliff Ellis .........................(10) Bill Foster ........................(9) Bobby Roberts .................(8)

Years 1912-1913 1914-1915 1916 1917-1920 1918-1919 1921 1922-1923 1924-1925 1926 1927-1931 1932-1940 1941-1946 1947-1956 1957-1962 1963-1970 1971-1975 1976-1984 1985-1994 1995-1998 1999-2003 2004-2010

W 13 3 2 16 6 10 19 6 4 48 101 32 85 55 82 62 156 177 74 70 138

L 5 8 6 8 3 4 19 28 17 55 86 70 131 96 116 70 106 128 48 84 88

Pct. .722 .273 .250 .667 .667 .714 .500 .176 .190 .466 .540 .314 .391 .364 .414 .470 .595 .580 .607 .455 .611

Years 2004-2010 1995-1998 1985-1994 1976-1984 1963-1970

W 50 28 56 44 41

L 62 36 90 74 71

Pct. .446 .438 .384 .373 .367

6. 7. 8. 9.

Tates Locke .....................(5) Press Maravich ................(6) Larry Shyatt ......................(5) Banks McFadden .............(3)

1971-1975 1957-1962 1999-2003 1954-1956

20 25 20 1

42 59 60 36

.323 .298 .250 .027

Years 1995-1998 2004-2009 1976-1984 1957-1962 1985-1994 1999-2003 1971-1975 1963-1970 1954-1956

W 2 3 3 2 3 1 1 1 0

L 4 7 9 6 10 5 5 8 3

Pct. .333 .300 .250 .250 .231 .167 .167 .111 .000

NCAA Tournament

No. Bill Foster ............................................. (1) Cliff Ellis ............................................... (3) Rick Barnes ........................................... (3) Oliver Purnell ......................................... (3)

W 3 3 2 0

L 1 3 3 3

Pct. .750 .500 .400 .000

NIT Tournament

W 4 5 4 1 0 0

L 1 3 5 3 1 1

Pct. .800 .625 .444 .250 .000 .000

ACC Tournament 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 8. 9. 1. 2. 3. 4.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Rick Barnes ......................(4) Oliver Purnell ....................(6) Bill Foster ........................(9) Press Maravich ................(6) Cliff Ellis .........................(10) Larry Shyatt ......................(5) Tates Locke .....................(5) Bobby Roberts..................(8) Banks McFadden .............(3)

No. Larry Shyatt ........................................... (1) Oliver Purnell ......................................... (2) Cliff Ellis ............................................... (5) Bill Foster ............................................. (3) Rick Barnes ........................................... (1) Tates Locke .......................................... (1)


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Clemson (1954-2010) Year 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Head Coach Overall Banks McFadden .........5-18 Banks McFadden .........2-21 Banks McFadden .........9-17 Press Maravich ...........7-17 Press Maravich ...........8-16 Press Maravich ...........8-16 Press Maravich .........10-16 Press Maravich .........10-16 Press Maravich .........12-15 Bobby Roberts ..........12-13 Bobby Roberts ..........13-12 Bobby Roberts ............8-15 Bobby Roberts ..........15-10 Bobby Roberts ............17-8 Bobby Roberts ............4-20 Bobby Roberts ............6-19 Bobby Roberts ............7-19 Tates Locke .................9-17 Tates Locke ...............10-16 Tates Locke ...............12-14 Tates Locke ...............14-12 Tates Locke ...............17-11 Bill Foster ..................18-10 Bill Foster ....................22-6 Bill Foster ..................15-12 Bill Foster ..................19-10 Bill Foster ....................23-9 Bill Foster ..................20-11 Bill Foster ..................14-14 Bill Foster ..................11-20 Bill Foster ..................14-14 Cliff Ellis ....................16-13 Cliff Ellis ....................19-15 Cliff Ellis ......................25-6 Cliff Ellis ....................14-15 Cliff Ellis ....................19-11 Cliff Ellis ......................26-9 Cliff Ellis ....................11-17 Cliff Ellis ....................14-14 Cliff Ellis ....................17-13 Cliff Ellis ....................18-16 Rick Barnes ...............15-13 Rick Barnes ...............18-11 Rick Barnes ...............23-10 Rick Barnes ...............18-14 Larry Shyatt ..............20-15 Larry Shyatt ..............10-20 Larry Shyatt ..............12-19 Larry Shyatt ..............13-17 Larry Shyatt ..............15-13 Oliver Purnell ............10-18 Oliver Purnell ............16-16 Oliver Purnell ............19-13 Oliver Purnell ............25-11 Oliver Purnell ............24-10 Oliver Purnell ..............23-9 Oliver Purnell ............21-11

ACC Finish 0-9 (8) 0-14 (8) 1-13 (8) 3-11 (T7) 4-10 (6) 5-9 (T6) 4-10 (7) 5-9 (6) 4-10 (6) 5-9 (T4) 8-6 (3) 4-10 (6) 8-6 (T3) 9-5 (4) 3-11 (T7) 2-12 (T7) 2-12 (8) 3-11 (8) 2-10 (7) 4-8 (T4) 3-9 (T5) 8-4 (T2) 5-7 (T4) 8-4 (T2) 3-9 (T6) 5-7 (5) 8-6 (4) 6-8 (T5) 4-10 (T6) 2-12 (8) 3-11 (8) 5-9 (T6) 3-11 (7) 10-4 (2) 4-10 (7) 7-7 (6) 10-4 (1) 2-12 (8) 4-12 (9) 5-11 (7) 6-10 (T7) 5-11 (T6) 7-9 (6) 9-7 (T4) 7-9 (T4) 5-11 (T7) 4-12 (9) 2-14 (9) 4-12 (T7) 5-11 (8) 3-13 (9) 5-11 (9) 7-9 (T7) 7-9 (T8) 10-6 (3) 9-7 (T5) 9-7 (T5)

ACC Trn. 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 2-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 2-1 0-1 0-1

Non Conf. 5-8 2-6 8-3 4-5 4-5 3-6 6-5 5-6 6-4 7-3 4-5 4-4 7-3 8-2 1-8 4-6 5-6 6-5 8-5 8-5 11-2 8-6 12-2 13-1 12-2 14-2 14-2 14-2 10-3 9-7 11-2 11-3 16-3 15-1 10-4 12-3 15-4 9-4 10-1 11-1 11-5 10-1 10-1 12-1 10-4 15-3 6-7 9-4 9-4 10-1 7-4 10-4 12-3 18-1 12-3 14-1 12-3

PostSeason NIT 0-1 NIT 1-1 NCAA 3-1 NIT 0-1 NIT 0-1 NIT 0-1 NIT 2-1 NCAA 0-1 NIT 0-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 2-1 NIT 1-1 NIT 1-1 NIT 0-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 0-1 NIT 4-1 NIT 0-1 NIT 1-1 NIT 3-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 0-1

Final Final AP Coach 19 17 13 14 8 22 24 -

AllACC 0 1 2 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 2 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 1 0 2 2 0 0 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 1

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

PPG Offense 62.3 73.7 86.0 72.5 68.7 56.9 64.2 67.0 72.1 67.4 70.2 74.2 76.9 74.0 71.5 79.2 80.3 58.9 63.4 69.8 68.3 80.3 83.4 86.6 82.6 72.0 80.0 75.5 69.6 75.6 71.5 75.0 74.9 86.1 74.3 79.8 79.3 73.7 76.6 79.2 75.2 64.1 68.0 68.2 72.2 71.7 64.4 74.1 72.4 68.4 65.7 71.7 74.3 73.2 79.2 78.3 73.4

FG% .351 .383 .402 .398 .390 .367 .374 .385 .410 .408 .416 .451 .455 .462 .396 .429 .443 .446 .429 .447 .438 .487 .551 .518 .521 .490 .510 .510 .514 .475 .509 .476 .475 .529 .504 .498 .493 .462 .470 .472 .459 .458 .446 .443 .472 .459 .404 .424 .442 .442 .432 .443 .436 .469 .456 .463 .453

PPG FT% Defense .617 78.3 .685 93.3 .684 90.8 .732 82.4 .713 71.8 .681 64.2 .707 70.7 .716 70.5 .667 74.6 .685 66.9 .689 69.0 .669 75.7 .698 73.4 .705 70.3 .678 82.2 .664 85.4 .672 90.3 .635 65.9 .708 66.1 .715 69.4 .725 69.3 .671 72.1 .673 75.1 .668 68.9 .697 73.7 .684 65.6 .669 70.2 .691 66.8 .734 65.2 .690 78.0 .688 68.1 .659 71.0 .704 67.5 .716 71.5 .640 72.0 .646 75.6 .609 69.3 .626 76.7 .597 75.5 .666 76.7 .648 72.9 .696 62.5 .659 63.0 .680 61.5 .614 65.3 .620 64.7 .671 70.0 .702 79.7 .628 73.8 .657 68.1 .631 70.9 .601 69.3 .617 67.9 .578 65.7 .623 69.8 .688 68.0 .661 64.5

Opp. FG% .345 .419 .398 .371 .419 .471 .427 .404 .428 .441 .435 .421 .466 .497 .509 .454 .457 .453 .456 .449 .444 .423 .463 .478 .475 .460 .492 .493 .451 .467 .449 .437 .447 .459 .410 .433 .437 .450 .419 .437 .425 .427 .431 .411 .409 .439 .436 .433 .427 .437 .449 .449 .437 .431 .422

Reb. Mar. -7.7 -4.0 -10.5 -4.4 -0.6 1.8 1.0 -1.3 9.2 1.8 3.8 -2.7 -7.8 -9.2 -5.1 1.7 1.3 4.1 4.9 5.8 3.6 1.9 3.0 3.3 4.3 2.4 -0.7 2.3 4.9 4.9 4.3 1.7 3.6 4.4 1.3 0.0 0.2 4.1 0.6 3.5 4.5 1.5 8.2 4.4 -0.7 5.3 2.2 3.9 2.0 1.1 1.9 2.3 1.9 2.1


duke blue devils 2010-11 Blue Devil Roster Bold denotes returning starter

No. 1 2 3 5 12 15 20 21 30 34 52 53

Player

Kyrie Irving Nolan Smith Tyler Thornton Mason Plumlee Kyle Singler Josh Hairston Andre Dawkins Miles Plumlee Seth Curry Ryan Kelly Todd Zafirovski Casey Peters

Head Coach: Assistants:

Devil Data

Cl.

Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. So. Jr. So. So. So. Sr.

Pos. G G G F F F G F G F F G

Hgt.

6-2 6-2 6-1 6-10 6-8 6-7 6-4 6-10 6-2 6-11 6-9 6-4

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Wgt. 180 185 185 240 230 210 205 245 180 235 235 200

Hometown

West Orange, N.J. Upper Marlboro, Md. Washington, D.C. Warsaw, Ind. Medford, Ore. Fredericksburg, Va. Chesapeake, Va Warsaw, Ind. Charlotte, N.C. Raleigh, N.C. Lake Forest, Ill. Red Bank, N.J.

Mike Krzyzewski (Army ‘69) Steve Wojciechowski, Associate Head Coach (Duke ‘98) Chris Collins, Associate Head Coach (Duke ‘96) Nate James, Assistant Coach (Duke ‘01)

Coming off a season that saw the Blue Devils capture their first national title since 2001 and fourth overall, head coach Mike Krzyzewski welcomes back six of his top nine players from a team that finished 35-5 overall, 13-3 in league play and won the program’s 18th ACC championship with a 65-61 win over Georgia Tech in the 57th annual ACC Tournament ... Krzyzewski enters his 31st season at Duke with 868 career wins, 795 of which have come with the Blue Devils ... Krzyzewski’s 868 career wins rank fourth on the NCAA all-time win list behind Bob Knight (902), Dean Smith (879) and Adolph Rupp (876) ... gone from the National Championship team are three starters - guard Jon Scheyer, center Brian Zoubek and forward Lance Thomas ... Scheyer was third in the ACC in scoring (18.2) and fourth in assists (4.9) and earned first-team All-ACC honors ... Zoubek started the final 16 games of the year and was seventh among ACC rebound leaders (7.7) ... Thomas started 101 games in his career and averaged 4.8 points and 4.9 rebounds his senior season ... heading the list of returnees are seniors Kyle Singler and Nolan Smith, who combined to average 35.1 points, 9.8 rebounds and 5.4 assists last season ... Singler started all 40 games a year ago and is the league’s leading returning scorer (17.7); was 11th in the ACC in rebounding (7.0), second in 3-point field goal percentage (.399) and seventh in free throw percentage ... Smith improved his scoring average from 8.4 ppg as a sophomore in 2009 to 17.4 ppg a year ago and finished fifth in the ACC in scoring and eighth in field goal percentage (.441) ... junior forward Miles Plumlee started the first 24 games of the season and averaged 5.2 points and 4.9 rebounds while shooting .561 from the floor ... sophomore guard Andre Dawkins played in all but two of Duke’s 40 games, averaging 4.4 points per game and shooting .379 from 3-point range ... Mason Plumlee averaged 3.9 points and 3.3 rebounds in 16 ACC games as a freshman ... forward Ryan Kelly played in 35 games as a freshman, averaging 1.2 points and 1.1 rebounds ... the Blue Devils also have the services of Liberty transfer Seth Curry, who led NCAA freshmen in scoring in 2008-09.

2010-11 Blue Devil Schedule Date Opponent TV Time N14 Princeton ................................. ESPNU .......5:00 CBE Classic, Durham, N.C. N16 Miami of Ohio (CBE Classic) .... ESPNU .......7:30 CBE Classic, Durham, N.C. N19 Colgate .....................................ESPN3 .......8:30 N22 vs. Marquette ............................ESPN2 .......7:30 CBE Classic, Kansas City, Mo. N23 in CBE Classic ......................... ESPN/U ..7:45/10 CBE Classic, Kansas City, Mo. N27 vs. Oregon (Portland, Oreg.)......... FSN .......4:00 D1 Michigan State ............................ESPN .......9:30 D4 vs. Butler (E. Rutherford, N.J.) ...ESPN .......3:15 D8 Bradley......................................ESPN2 .......9:00 D11 Saint Louis.................................... CBS ......Noon D20 Elon ..................................FSSO/NESN .......7:00 D29 at UNCG ................................... ESPNU .......7:00 J2 Miami ........................................... FSN .......7:45 J5 UAB ..........................................ESPN2 .......7:00 J9 Maryland....................................... FSN .......8:00 J12 at Florida State ............................ESPN .......9:00 J15 Virginia .......................................ESPN .......2:00 J19 at NC State ..................................ESPN .......7:00 J22 at Wake Forest ............................ESPN .......4:00 J27 Boston College................ACC Network .......8:00 J30 at St. John’s.................................. CBS .......1:00 F2 at Maryland .................................ESPN .......9:00 F5 NC State........................#ESPN/ESPN2 .......6:00 F9 North Carolina......................... R/ESPN .......9:00 F13 at Miami........................................ FSN .......6:45 F16 at Virginia .....................#ESPN/ESPN2 .......7:00 F20 Georgia Tech................................. FSN .......7:45 F23 Temple ......................................ESPN2 .......7:00 F26 at Virginia Tech (ESPN Game Day)ESPN .....9:00 M2 Clemson .......................#ESPN/ESPN2 .......9:00 M5 at North Carolina........................... CBS .......8:00 M10-13 ACC Tournament (Greensboro Coliseum)


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Duke 2009-10 Final Statistics (35-5, 13-3 tie 1st in ACC) OVERALL Jon Scheyer Kyle Singler Nolan Smith Brian Zoubek Miles Plumlee Lance Thomas Andre Dawkins Mason Plumlee Olek Czyz Ryan Kelly Jordan Davidson Steve Johnson Casey Peters Total Opponents

GP 40 40 38 40 40 40 38 34 6 35 21 14 7 40 40

GS 40 40 38 16 24 39 0 1 2 0 0 0 0

Min 1470 1436 1349 746 654 1013 477 480 61 227 55 24 8

Avg 36.8 35.9 35.5 18.7 16.4 25.3 12.6 14.1 1.2 6.5 2.6 1.7 1.1

FG 212 228 239 90 83 68 54 49 7 16 1 1 0 1048 883

FGA 531 550 542 141 148 155 136 106 12 45 5 3 0 2374 2202

ACC GAMES Jon Scheyer Kyle Singler Nolan Smith Brian Zoubek Miles Plumlee Lance Thomas Mason Plumlee Andre Dawkins Steve Johnson Ryan Kelly Jordan Davidson Casey Peters Total Opponents

GP 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 14 4 15 6 2 16 16

GS 16 16 16 6 10 16 0 0 0 0 0 0

Min 602 606 590 293 246 400 245 140 5 56 16 1

Avg 37.6 37.9 36.9 18.3 15.4 25.0 15.3 10.0 1.3 3.7 2.7 .5

FG 88 95 95 30 27 22 25 10 1 2 0 0 395 353

FGA 232 231 221 49 49 54 56 35 1 7 3 0 938 857

Pct .399 .415 .441 .638 .561 .439 .397 .462 .583 .356 .200 .333 .000 .441 .401

3FG 110 85 60 0 1 0 36 2 1 5 1 0 0 301 158

FGA 287 213 153 0 1 0 95 8 4 19 2 0 0 782 559

Pct .383 .399 .392 .000 1.000 .000 .379 .250 .250 .263 .500 .000 .000 .385 .283

FT 194 166 122 43 39 55 25 25 0 4 6 3 0 682 515

FTA 221 208 159 78 59 74 34 46 0 6 10 4 0 899 749

Pct .878 .798 .767 .551 .661 .743 .735 .543 .000 .667 .600 .750 .000 .759 .688

Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct .379 45 123 .366 78 91 .857 .411 39 94 .415 64 84 .762 .430 20 62 .323 64 80 .800 .612 0 0 .000 14 26 .538 .551 1 1 1.000 14 21 .667 .407 0 0 .000 20 26 .769 .446 1 4 .250 11 24 .458 .286 6 23 .261 6 9 .667 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 .286 1 4 .250 1 2 .500 .000 0 1 .000 1 2 .500 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 .421 113 312 .362 273 365 .748 .412 50 201 .249 235 332 .708

Off Tot Avg 31 144 3.6 90 280 7.0 35 106 2.8 143 309 7.7 65 197 4.9 94 194 4.9 6 43 1.1 39 105 3.1 4 12 2.0 6 38 1.1 3 5 0.2 1 3 0.2 0 1 0.1 582 1560 39.0 468 1310 32.8

PF DQ A TO BK ST Pts 54 0 194 65 10 65 728 86 1 96 79 32 41 707 66 0 114 69 9 45 660 138 8 39 48 31 27 223 103 3 12 43 26 20 206 121 4 36 61 8 24 191 36 1 13 15 2 11 169 73 1 30 32 30 18 125 4 0 5 3 0 2 15 34 0 13 8 14 8 41 6 0 3 3 0 1 9 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 721 18 555 439 162 264 3079 781 17 432 566 155 210 2439

Avg 18.2 17.7 17.4 5.6 5.2 4.8 4.4 3.7 2.5 1.2 0.4 0.4 0.0 77.0 61.0

Off 12 41 15 55 26 37 22 0 0 2 0 0 237 193

PF DQ A TO 23 0 73 34 35 0 27 30 35 0 47 26 60 3 15 17 45 1 2 17 49 3 15 21 39 1 14 19 10 0 3 5 0 0 0 0 13 0 2 4 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 312 8 198 179 319 5 161 232

Avg 18.7 18.3 17.1 4.6 4.3 4.0 3.9 2.3 0.5 0.4 0.2 0.0 73.5 61.9

Tot Avg 52 3.3 106 6.6 44 2.8 118 7.4 69 4.3 81 5.1 53 3.3 11 0.8 1 0.3 10 0.7 1 0.2 0 0.0 600 37.5 537 33.6

BK ST Pts 2 30 299 14 19 293 3 18 274 14 12 74 5 9 69 3 10 64 11 6 62 0 5 32 0 1 2 0 0 6 0 1 1 0 0 0 52 111 1176 66 87 991

2009-10 Game Results DU Opp Results AP USA AP USA W/L N13 UNC Greensboro ........ 9 .......8.................................. W N16 Coastal Carolina.......... 9 .......8.................................. W N17 Charlotte ..................... 9 .......8.................................. W N21 Radford ...................... 9 .......8.................................. W N25 #Arizona State ............ 7 .......7.................................. W N27 #Connecticut .............. 7 .......7......... 13 .... 13 ........... W D2 at Wisconsin............... 6 .......5....................................L D5 St. John’s ................... 6 .......5.................................. W D15 Gardner-Webb ............ 7 .......7.................................. W D19 #Gonzaga ................... 7 .......7......... 15 .... 15 ........... W D29 Long Beach State ...... 7 .......7.................................. W D31 Pennsylvania .............. 7 .......7.................................. W J3 Clemson ..................... 7 .......7......... 21 .... 18 ........... W J6 #Iowa State ................ 5 .......5.................................. W J9 at Georgia Tech .......... 5 .......5......... 20 .... 17 .............L J13 Boston College ........... 8 .......7.................................. W J17 Wake Forest................ 8 .......7.................................. W J20 at NC State ................. 7 .......6....................................L J23 at Clemson ................. 7 .......6......... 17 .... 16 ........... W J27 Florida State ............... 8 .......7.................................. W J30 at Georgetown ............ 8 .......7........... 7 .... 11 .............L F4 Georgia Tech ............ 10 .......9......... 21 .... 19 ........... W F6 at Boston College ..... 10 .......9.................................. W F10 at North Carolina ........ 8 .......7.................................. W F13 Maryland .................... 8 .......7.................................. W F17 at Miami ..................... 6 .......6.................................. W F21 Virginia Tech .............. 6 .......6.................................. W F25 Tulsa........................... 5 .......5.................................. W F28 at Virginia ................... 5 .......5.................................. W M3 at Maryland ................ 4 .......4......... 22 .... 23 .............L M6 North Carolina ............ 4 .......4.................................. W ACC Tournament M12 #Virginia ..................... 4 .......4.................................. W M13 #Miami ....................... 4 .......4.................................. W M14 #Georgia Tech ............ 4 .......4.................................. W NCAA Tournament (#1 Seed - South) M19 #Ark.-Pine Bluff (#16) .. 3 .......3.................................. W M21 #California (#9) .......... 3 .......3.................................. W M26 #Purdue (#4) .............. 3 .......3......... 10 .... 11 ........... W M28 #Baylor (#3) ............... 3 .......3......... 19 .... 21 ........... W Final Four A3 #West Virginia ............ 3 .......3........... 6 ...... 5 ........... W A5 #Butler........................ 3 .......3......... 11 ...... 9 ........... W

Score 96-62 74-49 101-59 104-67 64-53 68-59 69-73 80-71 113-68 71-46 84-63 114-55 74-53 86-65 67-71 79-59 90-70 74-88 60-47 70-56 77-89 86-67 66-63 64-54 77-56 81-74 67-55 70-52 67-49 72-79 82-50

DU FGs 37-62 24-54 37-70 35-72 23-55 21-72 24-53 28-65 43-66 27-60 32-68 36-60 24-48 29-65 26-60 28-60 30-70 22-57 24-52 26-58 23-62 25-56 23-48 22-69 27-65 25-60 18-62 22-63 24-50 26-66 26-57

DU FG% .597 .444 .529 .486 .418 .292 .453 .431 .652 .450 .471 .600 .500 .446 .433 .467 .429 .396 .462 .431 .371 .446 .479 .319 .415 .417 .290 .349 .480 .394 .456

DU FTs 15-20 20-24 15-24 16-17 14-18 20-25 15-16 19-24 16-26 16-20 5-13 32-40 20-25 19-21 9-14 22-27 26-32 25-33 8-11 12-17 22-26 24-36 15-26 11-18 18-22 18-22 21-26 22-28 12-17 10-16 22-23

DU FT% .750 .833 .625 .941 .778 .800 .938 .792 .615 .800 .385 .800 .800 .905 .643 .815 .813 .758 .727 .706 .846 .667 .577 .611 .818 .818 .808 .786 .706 .625 .957

Opp FGs 24-60 16-56 20-59 25-67 18-47 22-61 26-59 29-57 28-68 15-54 22-61 21-62 16-49 26-57 22-53 21-48 26-66 32-55 18-48 23-54 33-46 24-49 24-58 20-58 23-61 25-45 19-58 19-58 16-51 28-56 16-46

Opp FG% .400 .286 .339 .373 .383 .361 .441 .509 .412 .278 .361 .339 .327 .456 .415 .438 .394 .582 .375 .426 .717 .490 .414 .345 .377 .556 .328 .328 .314 .500 .333

Opp FTs .556 .579 .667 .667 .682 .536 .722 .538 .750 .476 .846 .800 .750 .579 .786 .615 .600 .731 .692 .429 .739 .571 .867 .563 .727 .741 .936 .722 .833 .895 .654

Reb Mar +18 +6 +12 +7 +2 +4 -2 +10 -1 +10 +8 +18 +4 +4 -6 +13 +7 +12 +2 -10 +10 +8 +4 +9 +7 -2 +9 +10 -2 -1 +9

TO 13/14 12/14 9/17 8/16 14/14 10/17 11/5 8/13 12/23 13/18 11/13 12/21 15/17 11/18 12/15 10/13 14/17 14/9 13/16 12/22 15/16 12/15 11/9 8/12 7/14 15/22 11/11 5/11 8/14 8/11 9/15

Half 48-27 33-19 57-27 59-34 34-30 37-28 32-38 40-24 49-31 31-17 45-25 58-29 30-12 41-33 35-29 38-35 46-38 38-41 23-23 39-29 33-46 45-33 35-25 28-27 40-24 25-37 35-30 34-30 35-21 40-38 53-26

57-46 77-74 65-61

21-55 26-54 18-51

.382 ..481 .353

11-17 18-24 24-28

.647 .750 .857

17-53 25-55 18-51

.321 .455 .353

.818 .762 .857

+2 11/14 +14 11/8 -4 10/17

27-27 32-35 29-22

73-44 68-53 70-57 78-71

24-47 27-57 22-55 22-61

.511 .474 .400 .361

19-28 11-17 20-24 23-29

.679 .647 .833 .793

17-53 19-48 20-54 27-59

.321 .396 .370 .458

.857 .750 .619 .632

+17 14/16 +1 5/11 +21 14/7 +6 11/11

39-20 37-24 24-23 32-35

78-57 61-59

29-55 23-52

.527 .442

7-9 10-16

.778 .625

19-46 20-58

.413 .345

.737 .722

+2 +2

6/10 12/8

39-31 33-32


Duke Blue Devils

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Mike Krzyzewski, Duke Head Coach

Entering the 2010-11 season, Mike Krzyzewski owns an 868-279 (.757) career record in 35 years of coaching, including a 795-220 (.783) mark in 30 seasons at Duke ... named ACC Coach of the Year five times and National Coach of the Year 12 times in eight different years, Krzyzewski has directed the Blue Devils to nine ACC titles in the past 12 years and 12 times overall - the second-best total in league history ... following last year’s 61-59 win over Butler in the NCAA Championship game, Krzyzewski’s Blue Devils have now won four NCAA titles (1991, 1992, 2001 and 2010) ... he owns an NCAA-record 11 30-win seasons and 25 seasons with 20 or more wins, including 11 straight 20-win seasons from 1984 to 1994, averaging 28.3 wins in the process ... Duke’s total of 37 wins in 1999 matched its own 1986 standard for most victories in a season in NCAA history ... Krzyzewski is only the second coach in NCAA history to take his team to five straight Final Fours (1988-92) and also made it to the Final Four in 1986, 1994, 1999, 2001, 2004 and 2010 ... he has guided the Blue Devils to postseason play in 27 of his 30 seasons, including an active streak of 15 consecutive NCAA appearances ... Krzyzewski is the nation’s all-time leader with 77 NCAA Tournament wins and has a 77-22 (.778) mark in NCAA Tournament games ... Duke’s 1999 team set an ACC single-season record with 16 regular-season league wins ... during his tenure in Durham, 40 Blue Devils have been selected in the annual NBA Draft, including 21 in the first round ... in 1992, he became the first college coach to be named Sportsman of the Year by the The Sporting News.

Krzyzewski Year by Year Year 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93

Conference PostSchool Overall W-L Finish Season Year Army ........................11-14 .................x ................ x ................... x 1993-94 Army ..........................20-8 .................x ................ x ................... x 1994-95 Army ..........................19-9 .................x ................ x ......... NIT 0-1 1995-96 Army ........................14-11 .................x ................ x ................... x 1996-97 Army ..........................9-17 .................x ................ x ................... x 1997-98 Duke .........................17-13 ............. 6-8 ............. 6th ......... NIT 2-1 1998-99 Duke .........................10-17 ........... 4-10 ............t6th ................... x 1999-00 Duke .........................11-17 ........... 3-11 ............. 7th ................... x 2000-01 Duke .........................24-10 ............. 7-7 .............3rd ......NCAA 0-1 2001-02 Duke ...........................23-8 ............. 8-6 ............. 4th ......NCAA 1-1 2002-03 Duke .................(ACC) 37-3 ........... 12-2 ............. 1st ......NCAA 5-1 2003-04 Duke ...........................24-9 ............. 9-5 .............3rd ......NCAA 2-1 2004-05 Duke .................(ACC) 28-7 ............. 9-5 .............3rd ......NCAA 4-1 2005-06 Duke ...........................28-8 ............. 9-5 ........... t2nd ......NCAA 4-1 2006-07 Duke ...........................29-9 ............. 9-5 ............ 2nd ......NCAA 5-1 2007-08 Duke ....................32-7 ........ 11-3 .......... 1st.... NCAA 6-0 2008-09 Duke ............(ACC) 34-2 ........ 14-2 .......... 1st.... NCAA 6-0 2009-10 Duke ...........................24-8 ........... 10-6 ............t3rd ......NCAA 1-1

Conference PostSchool Overall W-L Finish Season Duke ...........................28-6 ........... 12-4 ............. 1st ......NCAA 5-1 Duke .............................9-3 ............. 0-1 ............. 9th ................... x Duke .........................18-13 ............. 8-8 ............t4th ......NCAA 0-1 Duke ...........................24-9 ........... 12-4 ............. 1st ......NCAA 1-1 Duke ...........................32-4 ........... 15-1 ............. 1st ......NCAA 3-1 Duke .................(ACC) 37-2 ........... 16-0 ............. 1st ......NCAA 5-1 Duke .................(ACC) 29-5 ........... 15-1 ............. 1st ......NCAA 2-1 Duke ............(ACC) 35-4 ........ 13-3 ......... t1st.... NCAA 6-0 Duke .................(ACC) 31-4 ........... 13-3 ............ 2nd ......NCAA 2-1 Duke .................(ACC) 26-7 ........... 11-5 ........... t2nd ......NCAA 2-1 Duke ...........................31-6 ........... 13-3 ............. 1st ......NCAA 4-1 Duke .................(ACC) 27-6 ........... 11-5 .............3rd ......NCAA 2-1 Duke .................(ACC) 32-4 ........... 14-2 ............. 1st ......NCAA 2-1 Duke .........................22-11 ............. 8-8 ............t6th ......NCAA 0-1 Duke ...........................28-6 ........... 13-3 ............ 2nd ......NCAA 1-1 Duke .................(ACC) 30-7 ........... 11-5 ........... t2nd ......NCAA 2-1 Duke ............(ACC) 35-5 ........ 13-3 ......... t1st.... NCAA 6-0

Overall Conf. Games ACC Tournament NCAA Games NIT Games School Years W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. Army ...................(5).......... 1976-80 .......... 73-59.........553 .................x.............x ..............x.............. x .............x..............x ............ 0-1 ..........000 Duke..................(30).......... 1981-10 ...... 795-220.........783 ..... 309-134....... .698 ...... 49-17..........742 ..... 77-22........ .778 ............ 2-1 ..........667 Totals ........... (35) ........1976-10..... 868-279 ..... .757.... 309-134 ..... .698.....49-17 ..... .742 ....77-22 ..... .778......... 2-2 .......500

Career Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. * 19.

W 30 11 22 9 30 6 10 9 6 34 25 226 131 167 213 63 10 113 4 795

L 17 8 18 11 9 5 4 6 12 13 35 99 78 78 67 45 16 64 15 220

Pct. .638 .579 .550 .450 .769 .545 .714 .600 .333 .723 .417 .695 .627 .681 .761 .583 .385 .638 .211 .783

Years Vic Bubas .........................(10) 1960-1969 Harold Bradley ...................(9) 1951-1959

W 106 56

L 32 24

Pct. .768 .700

W.W. Card.......................... (7) J.E. Brinn ........................... (1) Noble Clay .......................... (2) Bob Doak ........................... (1) Chick Doak ......................... (2) H.P. Cole ............................ (1) W.J. Rothensies ................. (1) E.J. Egan ............................ (1) James Baldwin ................... (1) J.S. Burbage ...................... (2) G.C. Buckheit ..................... (4) Eddie Cameron ................. (14) Gerry Gerard ...................... (8) Harold Bradley ................... (9) Vic Bubas ......................... (10) Bucky Waters ..................... (4) Neil McGeachy ................... (1) Bill Foster .......................... (6) Pete Gaudet...............(interim) Mike Krzyzewski ............... (30)

ACC Games Only 1. 2.

Duke Coaching Records Years 1906-1912 1913 1914-1915 1916 1917-1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923-1924 1925-1928 1929-1942 1943-1950 1951-1959 1960-1969 1970-1973 1974 1975-1980 1995 1981-2010

3. 4. 5. 6. *

Mike Krzyzewski ................(30) Bucky Waters .....................(4) Bill Foster ...........................(6) Neil McGeachy ...................(1) Pete Gaudet............... (interim)

1981-2010 1970-1973 1975-1980 1974 1995

309 27 31 2 2

134 25 43 10 13

.698 .519 .419 .167 .133

Years 1960-1969 1981-2010 1975-1980 1951-1959 1995 1970-1973 1974

W 22 49 8 6 1 1 0

L 6 17 4 6 1 4 1

Pct. .786 .742 .667 .500 .500 .200 .000

NCAA Tournament

W 77 11 6 0

L 22 4 3 1

Pct. .778 .733 .667 .000

NIT Tournament

W 2 2 1

L 1 3 2

Pct. .667 .400 .333

ACC Tournament 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3.

Vic Bubas .........................(10) Mike Krzyzewski ................(30) Bill Foster ...........................(6) Harold Bradley ...................(9) Pete Gaudet............... (interim) Bucky Waters .....................(4) Neil McGeachy ...................(1)

No. Mike Krzyzewski ..................................(26) Vic Bubas .............................................(4) Bill Foster .............................................(3) Harold Bradley .....................................(1) No. Mike Krzyzewski ...................................(1) Bucky Waters .......................................(2) Vic Bubas .............................................(2)


Duke Blue Devils

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Duke (1954-2010) Year 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Head Coach Overall Harold Bradley ............22-6 Harold Bradley ............20-8 Harold Bradley ............19-7 Harold Bradley ..........13-11 Harold Bradley ............18-7 Harold Bradley ..........13-12 Vic Bubas ..................17-11 Vic Bubas ....................22-6 Vic Bubas ....................20-5 Vic Bubas ....................27-3 Vic Bubas ....................26-5 Vic Bubas ....................20-5 Vic Bubas ....................26-4 Vic Bubas ....................18-9 Vic Bubas ....................22-6 Vic Bubas ..................15-13 Bucky Waters ..............17-9 Bucky Waters ............20-10 Bucky Waters ............14-12 Bucky Waters ...........12- 14 Neil McGeachy ..........10-16 Bill Foster ..................13-13 Bill Foster ..................13-14 Bill Foster ..................14-13 Bill Foster ....................27-7 Bill Foster ....................22-8 Bill Foster ....................24-9 Mike Krzyzewski........17-13 Mike Krzyzewski........10-17 Mike Krzyzewski........11-17 Mike Krzyzewski........24-10 Mike Krzyzewski..........23-8 Mike Krzyzewski..........37-3 Mike Krzyzewski..........24-9 Mike Krzyzewski..........28-7 Mike Krzyzewski..........28-8 Mike Krzyzewski..........29-9 Mike Krzyzewski ...... 32-7 Mike Krzyzewski ...... 34-2 Mike Krzyzewski..........24-8 Mike Krzyzewski..........28-6 Krzyzewski/Gaudet ....13-18 Mike Krzyzewski........18-13 Mike Krzyzewski..........24-9 Mike Krzyzewski..........32-4 Mike Krzyzewski..........37-2 Mike Krzyzewski..........29-5 Mike Krzyzewski ...... 35-4 Mike Krzyzewski..........31-4 Mike Krzyzewski..........26-7 Mike Krzyzewski..........31-6 Mike Krzyzewski..........27-6 Mike Krzyzewski..........32-4 Mike Krzyzewski........22-11 Mike Krzyzewski..........28-6 Mike Krzyzewski..........30-7 Mike Krzyzewski ...... 35-5

ACC Finish 9-1 (1) 11-3 (2) 10-4 (T3) 8-6 (3) 11-3 (1) 7-7 (T3) 7-7 (4) 10-4 (3) 11-3 (2) 14-0 (1) 13-1 (1) 11-3 (1) 12-2 (1) 9-3 (2) 11-3 (2) 8-6 (T3) 8-6 (4) 9-5 (3) 6-6 (T4) 4-8 (T4) 2-10 (7) 2-10 (T6) 3-9 (7) 2-10 (T6) 8-4 (2) 9-3 (1) 7-7 (5) 6-8 (T5) 4-10 (T6) 3-11 (7) 7-7 (T3) 8-6 (T4) 12-2 (1) 9-5 (3) 9-5 (3) 9-5 (T2) 9-5 (2) 11-3 (1) 14-2 (1) 10-6 (T3) 12-4 (1) 2-14 (9) 8-8 (T4) 12-4 (1) 15-1 (1) 16-0 (1) 15-1 (1) 13-3 (T1) 13-3 (2) 11-5 (T2) 13-3 (1) 11-5 (3) 14-2 (1) 8-8 (T6) 13-3 (2) 11-5 (T2) 13-3 (T1)

ACC Trn. 1-1 2-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 3-0 2-1 1-1 3-0 3-0 2-1 3-0 2-1 1-1 2-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 3-0 2-1 3-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 2-1 1-1 3-0 0-1 3-0 2-1 1-1 1-1 3-0 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 2-1 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 2-1 3-0 3-0 0-1 1-1 3-0 3-0

Non Conf. 13-5 9-5 9-3 5-5 7-4 6-5 10-4 12-2 9-2 13-3 13-4 9-2 14-2 9-6 11-3 7-7 9-3 11-5 9-7 8-6 8-6 11-3 10-5 12-3 19-3 13-5 17-2 11-5 6-7 8-6 17-3 15-2 25-1 15-4 19-2 19-3 20-4 21-4 20-0 14-2 16-2 11-4 10-5 12-5 17-3 21-2 14-4 22-1 18-1 15-2 18-3 16-1 18-2 14-3 14-2 16-2 19-2

Post- Final Final Season AP Coach 15 20 NCAA 0-1 17 18 10 13 NCAA 2-1 18 15 10 9 10 13 NCAA 3-1 2 2 NCAA 3-1 3 4 10 9 NCAA 3-1 2 2 NIT 0-1 19 NIT 1-1 10 11 NIT 0-1 NIT 2-2 NCAA 4-1 7 9 NCAA 0-1 11 7 NCAA 2-1 14 16 NIT 2-1 NCAA 0-1 14 14 NCAA 1-1 10 12 NCAA 5-1 1 1 NCAA 2-1 17 NCAA 4-1 5 5 NCAA 4-1 9 7 NCAA 5-1 15 14 NCAA Champ 6 6 NCAA Champ 1 1 NCAA 1-1 10 10 NCAA 5-1 6 6 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 1-1 8 8 NCAA 3-1 3 3 NCAA 5-1 1 1 NCAA 2-1 1 1 NCAA Champ 1 1 NCAA 2-1 1 1 NCAA 2-1 7 7 NCAA 4-1 6 6 NCAA 2-1 3 2 NCAA 2-1 1 1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 1-1 9 9 NCAA 2-1 6 11 NCAA Champ 3 1

AllACC 3 2 2 1 3 2 1 2 2 2 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 0 1 1 1 3 3 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 3 3 4 3 3 1 3 2 3 5 3 3 3 3 4 3 2 1 3 2 3

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 2 1 1 2 0 1 2 2 1 2 1 2 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 3 2 1 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 4 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 0 3 2 2 2 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 4 2 1 2 1 3 3 1 1 3 2 2 1 2 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0

PPG Offense 83.2 85.2 80.6 78.4 69.2 65.4 64.4 81.5 82.0 83.3 84.1 92.4 82.8 82.8 78.9 82.0 75.6 79.6 68.4 78.1 75.3 82.9 88.3 76.4 85.6 71.9 73.3 69.9 64.0 80.2 77.2 78.9 79.9 77.2 83.8 86.5 89.1 87.7 88.0 86.4 77.6 77.7 75.4 79.7 85.6 91.8 88.0 90.7 88.9 81.1 79.8 78.2 81.1 70.4 83.2 77.5 77.0

FG% .398 .390 .387 .392 .406 .373 .421 .483 .466 .511 .475 .490 .494 .456 .458 .474 .496 .491 .477 .465 .461 .517 .522 .501 .527 .513 .506 .497 .479 .474 .492 .527 .513 .483 .490 .537 .489 .511 .536 .507 .486 .475 .445 .462 .475 .514 .481 .481 .495 .453 .471 .445 .487 .469 .463 .444 .441

PPG FT% Defense .671 69.5 .664 72.7 .699 69.8 .679 77.0 .678 65.2 .654 68.7 .623 63.2 .642 71.2 .633 67.9 .673 68.9 .728 69.3 .668 77.8 .723 71.6 .724 76.2 .753 67.5 .682 79.4 .683 72.1 .766 73.7 .729 68.1 .785 76.6 .719 77.6 .725 81.5 .692 85.0 .760 72.9 .791 74.4 .698 65.5 .746 68.3 .677 66.9 .679 70.0 .739 83.7 .724 72.3 .693 67.9 .716 67.2 .710 67.3 .719 68.8 .675 69.8 .762 76.6 .726 73.4 .748 72.6 .721 71.2 .711 67.3 .670 73.7 .703 69.8 .700 66.2 .740 64.1 .705 67.2 .742 71.3 .696 70.5 .690 69.2 .712 69.6 .736 65.0 .713 65.2 .761 68.1 .689 62.0 .697 69.4 .728 65.9 .759 61.0

Opp. FG% -.360 .350 .378 .392 .430 .383 .439 .427 .402 .434 .444 .424 .453 .406 .436 .425 .418 .434 .451 .460 .460 .489 .449 .468 .474 .459 .496 .513 .516 .499 .469 .477 .453 .452 .423 .451 .445 .467 .442 .415 .439 .437 .422 .411 .391 .417 .416 .421 .433 .407 .390 .429 .422 .435 .444 .401

Reb. Mar. 4.8 -1.0 -1.2 -3.6 3.2 4.1 7.2 10.9 11.3 4.7 4.7 12.7 9.5 10.5 2.3 5.4 6.2 2.3 3.7 -1.7 0.5 3.3 3.2 4.9 4.3 0.4 -1.2 -2.9 1.2 1.1 0.7 5.9 2.0 4.2 5.4 1.5 2.3 2.7 -0.1 0.9 2.0 -0.7 -2.8 3.0 8.8 0.9 1.1 1.0 1.3 2.3 1.6 -2.7 -2.7 4.9 0.1 2.7 6.2


Florida State Seminoles 2010-11 Seminole Roster Bold denotes returning starter

No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 10 15 21 22 24 30 31 33 50

Player Pierre Jordan Xavier Gibson A.J. Yawn Luke Loucks Deividas Dulkys Bernard James Okaro White Terrance Shannon Michael Snaer Derwin Kitchen Andrew Rutledge Ian Miller Chris Singleton Joey Moreau Jon Kreft

Head Coach: Assistants:

Nole Notes

Cl. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr.

Pos. G F/C G G G F F F G G F G F G C

Hgt. 6-0 6-11 6-0 6-5 6-5 6-10 6-7 6-8 6-5 6-4 6-6 6-3 6-9 6-2 7-0

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Wgt. 165 240 170 196 196 240 180 223 200 198 200 180 227 165 250

Leonard Hamilton (Tennessee Martin ‘71) Stan Jones, Associate Head Coach (Memphis ‘84) Andy Enfield (Johns Hopkins ‘91) Corey Williams (Oklahoma State ‘92)

Leonard Hamilton begins his ninth season in Tallahassee welcoming back three starters and six of the top eight scorers from a Seminole team that finished 22-10, reached the NCAA tournament for a second-straight year and tied for third in the ACC with a 10-6 league mark ... Florida State led the nation in field goal percentage defense (.377) and was 10th in scoring defense (60.4) ... gone from the Seminole roster are two NBA draft picks in center Solomon Alabi and forward Ryan Reid ... Alabi averaged a team-high 11.7 points per game last year and led the ACC in blocked shots in each of the past two years ... Reid, a two-year starter, averaged a career-high 6.8 points and 4.0 rebounds last year ... headlining the list of the three returning starters is junior forward Chris Singleton, the league’s reigning Defensive Player of the Year and a third-team All-ACC selection as a sophomore; led the ACC in steals (2.2), was fifth in blocked shots (1.5), 12th in rebounding (7.0) while averaging 10.2 points per game ... two-year starter Derwin Kitchen averaged 8.1 points per game a year ago and led the team in assists (3.9) and was third in rebounding (4.9); shot .707 from the free throw line and was eighth in the ACC in steals (1.5) ... Michael Snaer was named to the All-ACC Freshmen team a year ago after scoring in double figures 14 times and finishing fifth among league freshmen in points per game (8.8); started the final 10 games of his freshman season and over that span averaged 9.4 points, 2.5 rebounds, 2.4 assists and shot .491 (28-for-57) from the floor ... Deividas Dulkys started the first 22 games of the season, finished fourth on the team in scoring (8.7) and third in the ACC in three-point field goal percentage (.397) ... over the last three games of the year Luke Loucks averaged 7.7 points and 3.0 rebounds per game; averaged 4.4 points per game and finished second on the team in assists per game (2.2) ... Xavier Gibson played in all 32 games, with three starts as a sophomore; averaged 5.5 points and 2.8 rebounds per game and shot .555 from the floor.

Hometown Dunwoody, Ga. Dothan, Ala. Oceanside, Calif. Clearwater, Fla. Silute, Lithuania Savannah, Ga. Clearwater, Fla. Forsyth, Ga. Moreno Valley, Calif. Jacksonville, Fla. Tallahassee, Fla. Charlotte, N.C. Dunwoody, Ga. Bradenton, Fla. Parkland, Fla.

2010-11 Seminole Schedule Date N12 N14 N16 N18 N23 N28 N30 D5 D12 D15 D18 D23

Opponent TV Time North Florida ................................................9:00 at UNCG ............................. FSSO/FSFL .......3:30 Gardner-Webb .............................FSFL .......7:00 at Florida International .................................7:00 Mercer .........................................FSFL .......7:00 Florida........................................... FSN .......7:45 Ohio State ...................................ESPN .......7:30 Hartford ..............................SunSports .......7:00 Clemson........................................ FSN .......6:15 Stetson ........................................FSFL .......9:00 at Loyola Marymount ............... ESPNU .....11:00 vs. Hawai’i ............................... ESPNU ..1:00am Diamond Head Classic, Honolulu, Hawaii D23/24 in Diamond Head Classic ...... ESPN2/U .........tba D25 in Diamond Head Classic ..........ESPN2 .........tba J3 at Auburn .....................................................8:00 J8 at Virginia Tech .........................ESPN2 .......3:00 J12 Duke ...........................................ESPN .......9:00 J15 NC State..........................ACC Network .......4:00 J19 at Miami........................................RSN .......9:00 J22 Boston College......................... ESPNU .......7:00 J29 at Clemson......................ACC Network ..... Noon F1 Wake Forest .................................................7:00 F6 at North Carolina........................... FSN .......2:00 F10 at Georgia Tech.............#ESPN/ESPN2 .......7:00 F12 Virginia .........................................RSN .......3:00 F19 at Wake Forest ......ACC Network (split) .......1:00 F23 at Maryland ...........ACC Network (split) .......9:00 F26 Miami....................ACC Network (split) .......2:00 M2 North Carolina...............#ESPN/ESPN2 .......7:00 M6 at NC State .................................... FSN .......6:15 M10-13 ACC Tournament (Greensboro Coliseum)


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Florida State 2009-10 Final Statistics (22-10, 10-6 tie 3rd in ACC) OVERALL GP Solomon Alabi 32 Chris Singleton 32 Michael Snaer 32 Deividas Dulkys 32 Derwin Kitchen 31 Ryan Reid 31 Xavier Gibson 32 Luke Loucks 32 Jordan DeMercy 21 Terrance Shannon 18 Joey Moreau 9 Pierre Jordan 17 Yawn, AJ 4 Rutledge, Andrew 4 Total 32 Opponents 32

GS 32 32 10 22 31 29 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Min 820 1005 755 705 886 704 411 632 298 93 13 93 5 5

Avg 25.6 31.4 23.6 22.0 28.6 22.7 12.8 19.8 14.2 5.2 1.4 5.5 1.3 1.3

FG FGA Pct 3FG 133 249 .534 0 117 284 .412 35 101 230 .439 23 94 227 .414 71 87 204 .426 20 82 167 .491 0 71 128 .555 6 47 123 .382 24 26 62 .419 3 13 24 .542 0 2 6 .333 2 10 25 .400 2 0 2 .000 0 0 2 .000 0 783 1733 .452 186 660 1752 .377 203

ACC GAMES GP Solomon Alabi 16 Chris Singleton 16 Michael Snaer 16 Derwin Kitchen 16 Ryan Reid 16 Deividas Dulkys 16 Luke Loucks 16 Xavier Gibson 16 Jordan DeMercy 7 Joey Moreau 2 Terrance Shannon 10 Pierre Jordan 7 Rutledge, Andrew 2 Yawn, AJ 2 Total 16 Opponents 16

GS 16 16 8 16 16 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Min 425 541 399 476 428 372 310 177 50 2 30 11 2 2

Avg 26.6 33.8 24.9 29.8 26.8 23.3 19.4 11.1 7.1 1.0 3.0 1.6 1.0 1.0

FG 61 61 54 43 51 37 27 28 5 1 3 1 0 0 372 344

FGA 121 160 125 98 98 103 68 53 14 1 10 6 1 1 859 850

FGA Pct FT 0 .000 108 118 .297 57 66 .348 57 179 .397 20 67 .299 58 0 .000 46 15 .400 28 79 .304 23 14 .214 23 0 .000 5 6 .333 6 10 .200 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 556 .335 431 619 .328 409

Pct 3FG FGA Pct .504 0 0 .000 .381 15 64 .234 .432 12 35 .343 .439 13 35 .371 .520 0 0 .000 .359 29 83 .349 .397 13 43 .302 .528 4 7 .571 .357 0 3 .000 1.000 1 1 1.000 .300 0 0 .000 .167 0 3 .000 .000 0 0 .000 .000 0 0 .000 .433 87 274 .318 .405 105 287 .366

FTA Pct 136 .794 115 .496 87 .655 29 .690 82 .707 77 .597 52 .538 39 .590 28 .821 12 .417 6 1.000 0 .000 6 .000 0 .000 669 .644 609 .672

FT FTA Pct 54 71 .761 34 63 .540 26 34 .765 32 46 .696 24 46 .522 13 18 .722 17 24 .708 3 7 .429 3 4 .750 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 2 .000 207 317 .653 219 308 .711

Off Tot 79 198 66 223 23 85 26 75 34 152 58 123 39 91 8 79 15 45 6 19 1 1 2 14 0 1 0 1 406 1211 385 1044 Off 35 40 11 20 30 13 2 17 1 0 1 0 0 0 200 180

Avg 6.2 7.0 2.7 2.3 4.9 4.0 2.8 2.5 2.1 1.1 0.1 0.8 0.3 0.3 37.8 32.6

Tot Avg 91 5.7 112 7.0 44 2.8 87 5.4 63 3.9 34 2.1 32 2.0 37 2.3 4 0.6 0 0.0 7 0.7 2 0.3 1 0.5 0 0.0 565 35.3 521 32.6

PF DQ A TO BK ST Pts 75 2 16 61 75 20 374 95 2 70 96 48 71 326 59 2 42 80 6 17 282 79 1 34 33 9 32 279 42 0 122 69 7 47 252 46 1 35 51 16 18 210 60 0 11 41 26 12 176 62 0 90 51 2 26 141 19 0 14 26 6 18 78 21 0 2 9 5 4 31 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 17 0 10 9 0 2 22 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 575 8 446 528 200 267 2183 595 15 312 513 78 254 1932

Avg 11.7 10.2 8.8 8.7 8.1 6.8 5.5 4.4 3.7 1.7 1.3 1.3 0.0 0.0 68.2 6.4

PF DQ A TO 43 2 7 30 49 1 29 44 35 2 24 43 27 0 60 33 26 1 19 27 40 1 15 21 30 0 37 24 28 0 5 17 5 0 1 5 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 6 4 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 295 7 199 253 296 9 169 244

Avg 11.0 1.7 9.1 8.2 7.9 7.3 5.3 3.9 1.9 1.5 0.7 0.3 0.0 0.0 64.9 63.2

BK ST Pts 31 7 176 26 37 171 2 4 146 6 25 131 9 11 126 4 17 116 1 11 84 9 3 63 1 2 13 0 0 3 0 4 7 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 89 121 1038 51 117 1012

2009-10 Game Results FSU Opp Results AP USA AP USA W/L Score N18 Stetson ..................................................................... W 80-38 N21 at Mercer .................................................................. W 89-50 N24 at Florida ....................................................................L 52-68 N26 #Iona ........................................................................ W 54-49 N27 #Alabama ................................................................. W 60-51 N29 #Marquette ............................................................... W 57-56 D2 at Ohio State ............. 21 .......x......... 15 .... 15 .............L 64-77 D6 Florida International.. 21 .......x.................................. W 82-62 D15 Georgia State ............................................................ W 62-55 D17 Auburn ..................................................................... W 76-72 D20 at Georgia Tech ............................... 22 .... 15 ........... W ot 66-59 D22 UT-Martin ................................................................. W 95-68+D31 Alabama A&M .......... 22 .....25.................................. W 81-34 Texas A&M-C Christi ... 18 .....19.................................. W 94-54 J4 J10 at Maryland .............. 18 .....19....................................L 68-77 J12 NC State ................... 25 .....25....................................L 81-88 J16 Virginia Tech ............ 25 .....25.................................. W 63-58 J24 Georgia Tech ................................... 19 .... 18 ........... W 68-66 J27 at Duke .............................................. 8 ...... 7 .............L 56-70 J30 at Boston College ..................................................... W 61-57 F4 Maryland ....................................................................L 67-71 F6 Miami ....................................................................... W 71-65 F10 at Clemson .................................................................L 67-77 F14 Boston College ......................................................... W 62-47 F17 at Virginia ................................................................. W 69-50 F24 at North Carolina ...................................................... W 77-67 F28 Clemson .....................................................................L 50-53 M3 Wake Forest.............................................................. W 51-47 M6 at Miami ................................................................... W 61-60 ACC Tournament M12 #NC State ...................................................................L 52-58 NCAA Tournament (#9 Seed - West) 60-67 M19 #Gonzaga (#8) .................................. 22 .... 18 .............L

FSU FGs 31-66 32-54 19-57 15-41 20-43 25-57 25-61 27-56 21-43 23-47 24-60 37-68 30-59 34-59 27-60 26-57 18-44 24-57 23-54 25-53 26-69 24-50 22-58 24-55 28-56 27-57 16-42 15-41 23-46

FSU FG% .543 .593 .333 .366 .465 .439 .410 .482 .488 .489 .400 .544 .508 .576 .450 .456 .409 .421 .426 .472 .377 .480 .379 .436 .500 .474 .381 .366 .500

FSU FSU FTs FT% 12-14 .857 17-32 .531 11-14 .786 19-27 .704 11-21 .524 3-8 .375 12-19 .632 20-26 .769 17-29 .586 24-34 .706 12-23 .522 12-19 .632 14-23 .609 14-20 .700 8-12 .667 25-34 .735 23-31 .742 16-27 .593 6-14 .429 10-16 .625 11-11 1.000 17-27 .630 17-23 .739 8-13 .615 6-12 .500 12-18 .667 14-24 .583 17-24 .708 5-8 .625

20-52

.385

9-17

21-59

.356

12-20

Opp FGs 14-51 14-71 25-54 17-52 20-50 21-54 25-58 22-62 18-56 26-72 23-70 25-68 14-54 16-55 29-62 24-53 19-55 23-54 26-58 24-56 26-61 22-50 20-45 17-51 18-48 21-50 17-51 17-40 19-46

Opp FG% .275 .197 .463 .327 .400 .389 .431 .355 .321 .361 .329 .368 .259 .291 .468 .453 .345 .426 .431 .429 .425 .440 .444 .333 .375 .420 .333 .425 .413

Opp FTs .333 .652 .591 .765 .625 .526 .577 .722 .684 .538 .714 .462 .357 .731 .529 .829 .524 .500 .706 .750 .800 .682 .763 .875 .692 .679 .789 .667 .864

Reb Mar +26 -4 +1 +11 +6 +3 +10 +1 +8 +11 +4 +7 +20 -4 -6 -9 +6 +2 +10 +17 +6 +2 -4 +4 +3 +5 -2 +2 +4

TO 11/17 14/20 23/18 27/19 13/12 19/16 20/12 16/20 19/11 19/10 15/17 16/21 20/22 11/25 12/12 14/18 23/18 18/20 22/12 16/14 14/11 11/14 15/17 14/20 10/12 15/14 20/18 15/20 17/9

Half 46-10 40-18 19-39 25-24 30-25 18-30 20-31 34-17 30-24 33-25 27-22 51-28 39-24 46-27 27-41 31-38 32-25 34-34 29-39 22-27 29-25 32-31 24-37 30-30 33-24 48-33 21-19 31-25 30-22

.529

19-43

.442

.650

+17 20/16

28-25

.600

21-42

.500

.733

-6

8/15

19-35


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Leonard Hamilton, Florida State Head Coach

Entering his ninth season at the helm of the Florida State program, Leonard Hamilton has 37 seasons of coaching experience, including 22 seasons as a head coach ... he was named the seventh head coach in FSU history on March 18, 2002 ... Hamilton was named the ACC Coach of the Year in 2008-09 after guiding the Seminoles to a 25-10 overall record - their best mark in 16 seasons - and the school’s first NCAA Tournament berth since 1998 ... picked in the preseason to finish 10th in the conference, Florida State finished fourth with a 10-6 league record, its third-best mark in school history ... in addition in 2008-09 Hamilton became the first ACC coach since Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski in 1997 - and the fifth overall - to be named the Basketball Times National Coach of the Year ... Hamilton is the first coach to have earned coach of the year honors in both the Big East (1995 and 1997) and ACC (2009) ... is 153-106 in his first eight seasons in Tallahassee, including a 108-58 (.651) mark the past four seasons ... he earned national recognition at the University of Miami after guiding the Hurricanes to three straight NCAA Tournaments over his final three seasons and earning UPI National Coach of the Year honors in the process ... in his final season at Miami, the Gastonia, N.C., native directed the Hurricanes to their second-straight 20-win season, a share of the Big East regular-season championship and the school’s first trip to the “Sweet 16” of the NCAA Tournament ... Hamilton was twice named the Big East Coach of the Year.

Hamilton Year by Year Year 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97

Conference PostSchool Overall W-L Finish Season Oklahoma State ........ 8-20 .........4-10 ........... 7th ................. x Oklahoma State ...... 14-16 .........4-10 .......... t6th ................. x Oklahoma State ...... 17-13 ...........7-7 .......... t4th ....... NIT 1-1 Oklahoma State ...... 17-14 ...........6-8 ........... 5th ....... NIT 1-1 Miami ....................... 9-19 .............. x .............. x ................. x Miami ....................... 8-24 .........1-17 ......... 10th ................. x Miami ..................... 10-17 .........7-11 ........... 9th ................. x Miami ....................... 7-20 .........0-18 ......... 10th ................. x Miami ..................... 15-13 ...........9-9 ........... 5th ....... NIT 0-1 Miami ..................... 15-13 .........8-10 ........... 4th ................. x Miami ..................... 16-13 ...........9-9 .......... t4th ....... NIT 0-1

Year 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Conference PostSchool Overall W-L Finish Season Miami ..................... 18-10 .........11-7 .......... 2nd ....NCAA 0-1 Miami ....................... 23-7 .........15-3 .......... 2nd ....NCAA 1-1 Miami ..................... 23-11 .........13-3 .......... t1st ....NCAA 2-1 Florida State ........... 14-15 .........4-12 ........... 9th ................. x Florida State ........... 19-14 .........6-10 .......... t7th ....... NIT 1-1 Florida State ........... 12-19 .........4-12 ........ t10th ................. x Florida State ........... 20-10 ...........9-7 ........... 5th ....... NIT 1-1 Florida State ........... 22-13 ...........7-9 .......... t8th ....... NIT 2-1 Florida State ........... 19-15 ...........7-9 .......... t7th ....... NIT 0-1 Florida State ........... 25-10 .........10-6 ........... 4th ....NCAA 0-1 Florida State ........... 22-10 .........10-6 ..........t3rd ....NCAA 0-1

Overall Conf. Games ACC Tourney NCAA Games NIT Games School Years W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. Oklahoma State ....(4).......... 1987-90 .......... 56-63.........471 ......... 21-35....... .375 ..............x.............. x .............x..............x ............ 2-2 ..........500 Miami ................(10).......... 1991-00 ...... 144-147.........495 ......... 75-87....... .463 ..............x.............. x ......... 3-3........ .500 ............ 0-2 ..........000 Florida State ........(8).......... 2003-10 ...... 153-106.........591 ......... 57-71....... .445 .......... 5-8..........385 ......... 0-2........ .000 ............ 4-4 ..........500 Totals ........... (22) 1987-00, 2003-09..... 353-316 ..... .528.... 153-193 ..... .442........5-8 ..... .385 .......3-5 ..... .375......... 6-8 .......429

Florida State Coaching Records Career Records

Years 1948 1949-1966 1967-1978 1979-1986 1987-1997 1998-2002 2003-2010

W 5 233 229 129 202 64 153

L 13 208 96 105 131 86 106

Pct. .277 .528 .705 .551 .607 .426 .591

ACC Games Only

Years Pat Kennedy ..................(6) 1992-1997 Leonard Hamilton ..........(8) 2003-2010 Steve Robinson .............(5) 1998-2002

W 45 57 25

L 51 71 55

Pct. .469 .445 .313

ACC Tournament

W 5 3 1

L 8 5 6

Pct. .385 .375 .143

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

1. 2. 3.

1. 2. 3.

Don Loucks ...................(1) Bud Kennedy ...............(18) Hugh Durham ..............(12) Joe Williams ..................(8) Pat Kennedy ................(11) Steve Robinson .............(5) Leonard Hamilton ..........(8)

Years Leonard Hamilton ..........(8) 2003-2010 Steve Robinson .............(5) 1998-2002 Pat Kennedy ..................(6) 1992-1997

NCAA Tournament 1. 2. 3. 5.

No. Hugh Durham ....................................(3) Pat Kennedy ......................................(5) Steve Robinson .................................(1) Joe Williams ......................................(1) Leonard Hamilton ..............................(2)

NIT Tournament 1. 2.

No. Pat Kennedy ......................................(2) Leonard Hamilton ..............................(4) Joe Williams ......................................(1)

W 4 6 1 1 0

L 3 5 1 1 2

Pct. .571 .545 .500 .500 .000

W 5 4 1

L 2 4 1

Pct. .714 .500 .500


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Florida State Seminoles Florida State (1954-2010)

Year 1954

Head Coach Overall Conf. Finish Bud Kennedy...............13-7 -

Conf. Trn. -

Non Conf. 13-7

PostSeason -

Final Final AP Coach -

AllConf. -

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 0

PPG Offense 75.3

FG% -

PPG FT% Defense 72.4

Opp. FG% -

Reb. Mar. -

Year 1955 1956 1957

Fla. Intercollegiate Head Coach Overall Conf. Finish Trn. Bud Kennedy...............22-4 10-0 (1) 1-0 Bud Kennedy...............16-9 9-1 (1) 0-1 Bud Kennedy...............9-17 5-5 -

Non Conf. 12-4 7-8 4-12

PostSeason -

Final Final AllAP Coach Fl. Int. 3 -

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 0 0 0 0 0

PPG Offense 54.6 80.9 75.1

FG% .367 .405 .380

PPG FT% Defense .720 40.8 .723 76.5 .679 79.3

Opp. FG% .367 .417 .396

Reb. Mar. 9.4 -2.3 -13.6

Year 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976

Head Coach Overall Conf. Finish Bud Kennedy...............9-16 Bud Kennedy...............8-15 Bud Kennedy.............10-15 Bud Kennedy.............14-10 Bud Kennedy...............15-8 Bud Kennedy.............15-10 Bud Kennedy.............14-14 Bud Kennedy.............16-10 Bud Kennedy.............15-11 Hugh Durham ...........11-15 Hugh Durham .............19-8 Hugh Durham .............18-8 Hugh Durham .............23-3 Hugh Durham .............17-9 Hugh Durham .............27-6 Hugh Durham .............18-8 Hugh Durham .............18-8 Hugh Durham .............18-8 Hugh Durham .............21-6 -

Conf. Trn. -

Non Conf. 9-16 8-15 10-15 14-10 15-8 15-10 14-14 16-10 15-11 11-15 19-8 18-8 23-3 17-9 27-6 18-8 18-8 18-8 21-6

PostSeason NCAA 0-1 NCAA 4-1 -

Final Final AP Coach 11 14 10 10 16

AllConf. -

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 1 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0

PPG Offense 67.6 77.0 77.1 74.4 77.4 69.8 73.4 69.9 75.9 71.1 90.3 86.9 91.7 91.5 86.9 81.6 88.0 83.0 83.9

FG% .335 .379 .388 .458 .512 .467 .457 .444 .454 .452 .490 .471 .481 .476 .468 .498 .427 .502 .491

PPG FT% Defense .717 54.1 .675 81.5 .654 78.0 .697 69.5 .691 68.1 .638 67.2 .727 73.4 .716 67.8 .701 71.1 .672 74.5 .730 78.4 .651 79.1 .718 75.2 .675 80.2 .606 71.4 .608 71.5 .707 78.8 .645 71.6 .690 68.9

Opp. FG% .395 .414 .427 .419 .422 .418 .439 .434 .443 .444 .415 .453 .404 .433 .420 .429 .444 .442 .450

Reb. Mar. -4.2 -5.1 -0.9 1.3 -1.4 2.8 -3.9 2.1 4.8 -10.1 9.4 11.4 14.6 6.9 7.0 8.7 5.0 3.1 7.0

Year 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991

Head Coach Overall Metro Finish Hugh Durham ...........16-11 5-7 (5) Hugh Durham .............23-6 11-1 (1) Joe Williams .............19-10 7-3 (3) Joe Williams ...............22-9 7-5 (4) Joe Williams .............17-11 7-5 (2) Joe Williams .............11-17 4-8 (6) Joe Williams .............14-14 5-7 (5) Joe Williams .............20-11 9-5 (3) Joe Williams .............14-16 4-10 (7) Joe Williams .............12-17 4-10 (7) Pat Kennedy ..............19-11 3-9 (6) Pat Kennedy ..............19-11 8-6 (2) Pat Kennedy ................22-8 10-4 (2) Pat Kennedy ..............16-15 6-9 (5) Pat Kennedy ..............21-11 12-5 (2)

Metro Trn. 0-1 1-1 2-1 2-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 2-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 3-0

Non Conf. 11-4 12-5 12-7 15-4 10-6 7-9 9-7 11-6 10-6 8-7 16-2 11-5 12-4 10-6 9-6

PostSeason NCAA 0-1 NCAA 1-1 NIT 1-1 NIT 1-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 1-1

Final Final AllAP Coach Metro 1 15 12 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 16 16 1 0 0

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

PPG Offense 83.3 83.3 76.7 79.3 73.8 73.8 75.8 74.1 76.7 79.4 83.7 84.3 91.3 76.6 79.3

FG% .500 .503 .510 .532 .489 .488 .481 .529 .498 .509 .486 .508 .505 .468 .462

PPG FT% Defense .659 77.1 .650 72.0 .686 73.6 .685 74.8 .685 71.1 .671 75.7 .719 77.3 .676 68.7 .669 71.8 .698 81.3 .702 78.4 .682 76.2 .727 80.7 .707 75.5 .670 75.9

Opp. FG% .482 .459 .501 .498 .459 .512 .507 .472 .464 .500 .444 .465 .481 .478 .443

Reb. Mar. 1.1 4.0 4.5 0.1 2.6 1.1 0.1 -0.9 0.9 -3.7 0.3 6.3 0.7 2.4 3.1

Year 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Head Coach Overall Pat Kennedy ..............22-10 Pat Kennedy ..............25-10 Pat Kennedy ..............13-14 Pat Kennedy ..............12-15 Pat Kennedy ..............13-14 Pat Kennedy ..............20-12 Steve Robinson .........18-14 Steve Robinson .........13-17 Steve Robinson .........12-17 Steve Robinson ...........9-21 Steve Robinson .........12-17 Leonard Hamilton .....14-15 Leonard Hamilton .....19-14 Leonard Hamilton .....12-19 Leonard Hamilton .....20-10 Leonard Hamilton .....22-13 Leonard Hamilton .....19-15 Leonard Hamilton .....25-10 Leonard Hamilton .....22-10

ACC Trn. 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 2-1 0-1

Non Conf. 11-5 13-6 7-4 7-3 8-2 10-0 12-3 7-5 5-6 5-8 7-4 9-2 13-3 8-6 11-2 15-4 11-5 13-3 12-3

PostSeason NCAA 2-1 NCAA 3-1 NIT4-1 NCAA 1-1 NIT 1-1 NIT 1-1 NIT 2-1 NIT 1-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 0-1

Final Final AP Coach 20 16 11 11 16 22 -

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 2

PPG Offense 82.7 86.3 77.0 75.1 75.3 73.4 71.5 70.6 64.6 69.5 71.8 68.1 71.5 68.6 76.7 74.5 72.1 68.3 68.2

FG% .484 .495 .444 .444 .441 .449 .457 .445 .412 .427 .430 .432 .438 .452 .479 .481 .443 .435 .452

PPG FT% Defense .664 77.4 .673 79.7 .656 74.8 .671 74.6 .652 73.1 .642 66.8 .665 69.3 .660 73.3 .684 70.2 .671 76.3 .656 74.0 .672 66.6 .686 65.1 .665 70.0 .704 69.2 .758 69.0 .773 69.0 .725 64.9 .644 60.4

Opp. FG% .446 .450 .435 .438 .442 .400 .401 .461 .427 .453 .441 .391 .401 .430 .431 .451 .433 .387 .377

Reb. Mar. -1.6 1.0 2.3 2.7 3.5 0.5 5.0 3.5 1.1 1.2 3.8 -2.3 1.2 -1.3 1.8 -0.2 -0.5 0.9 5.2

ACC Finish 11-5 (2) 12-4 (2) 6-10 (T7) 5-11 (T6) 5-11 (8) 6-10 (T7) 6-10 (T6) 5-11 (T7) 6-10 (T6) 4-12 (8) 4-12 (T7) 4-12 (9) 6-10 (T7) 4-12 (T10) 9-7 (5) 7-9 (t8) 7-9 (t7) 10-6 (4) 10-6 (T3)

AllACC 2 3 1 2 1 1 0 1 2 0 2 1 1 0 2 1 1 1 2


GEORGIA TECH YELLOW JACKETS 2010-11 Yellow Jacket Roster Bold denotes returning starter

No. 0 1 3 4 5 10 11 12 13 14 23 24 33 41 42

Player

Mfon Udofia Iman Shumpert Maurice “Moe” Miller Nick Foreman Daniel Miller Lance Storrs Brian Oliver Kyle Speller McPherson Moore Jason Morris Brandon Reed# Kammeon Holsey Derek Craig Glen Rice, Jr. Nate Hicks

Head Coach: Assistants:

Buzz Bits

Cl.

So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. So. So. Fr.

Pos.

G G G G C G F G G G G F G G C

Hgt.

6-2 6-5 6-2 6-3 6-11 6-5 6-6 6-2 6-3 6-5 6-3 6-8 6-4 6-5 6-10

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Wgt.

Hometown

193 212 188 210 258 225 226 185 200 210 180 226 205 206 218

Paul Hewitt (St. John Fisher ‘85) Darryl LaBarrie (Georgia Tech ‘01) Robert McCullum (Birmingham Southern ‘76) Peter Zaharis (New York University ‘87)

Paul Hewitt begins his 11th season as the Yellow Jackets’ head coach welcoming back two starters and seven of the top 10 scorers from last year’s team that finished 23-13 overall, 7-9 in league play, advanced to the title game of the ACC Tournament and earned the school’s first NCAA bid since 2007, and 16th overall ... gone are three players - Gani Lawal, Derrick Favors, Zachery Peacock - who combined to average 34.1 points, 20.9 rebounds and 3.7 blocked shots per game in 2010 ... Lawal led the team in scoring (13.1) and rebounds (8.5) and earned third-team All-ACC recognition ... Favors, the No. 3 selection in the recent NBA draft, averaged 12.4 points and 8.4 rebounds per game and earned ACC Rookie of the Year honors ... Peacock averaged 8.6 points (9.1 ppg in ACC play) and 4.1 rebounds and finished his career with 1,009 career points ... 14 of Tech’s games against ACC teams last year were decided by seven points or fewer, and six of those were decided by exactly two points ... Iman Shumpert, the Jackets’ lone returning upperclassman starter, averaged an even 10 points per game last year and finished second in the ACC in steals (1.9) and eighth in assists (4.0); has averaged 10.3 points, 4.5 assists, 3.8 rebounds and 2.0 steals per game in his first two seasons at Tech ... Glen Rice, Jr., averaged 5.4 points and 3.1 rebounds as a freshman in 2010; started the last 11 games and shot .467 from behind the arc ... Brian Oliver is Tech’s second-leading returning scorer (7.1) from a year ago; had nine games with 10-or-more points ... Mfon Udofia started Tech’s first 25 games and had scored in double figures nine times; was 12-for-34 (.353 pct.) from three-point range in ACC game ... Moe Miller started twice a year ago en route to averaging 3.9 points and 2.3 assists; has 37 career starts and is five points shy of 500 for his career.

Stone Mountain, Ga. Oak Park, Ill. Memphis, Tenn. Bellaire, Texas Loganville, Ga. Decatur, Ga. Glassboro, N.J. Braselton, Ga. St. Louis, Mo. Augusta, Ga. Powder Springs, Ga. Sparta, Ga. Spring, Texas Marietta, Ga. Panama City Beach, Fla.

2010-11 Yellow Jacket Schedule Date N12 N15 N17

Opponent TV Time Charleston Southern ...................................7:30 at Kennesaw State............. FSSO/FSFL .......7:30 Albany .........................................................7:30 Legends Classic, Atlanta, Ga. N19 Niagara .......................................................7:30 Legends Classic, Atlanta, Ga. N26 vs. UTEP ...................................HDNet .......5:30 Legends Classic, Atlantic City, N.J. N27 in Legends Classic ....................HDNet ....5:30/8 Legends Classic, Atlantic City, N.J. N30 at Northwestern ....................... ESPN2 .......7:00 D7 Georgia .................................... ESPN2 .......7:00 D11 Savannah State ...........................................4:00 D18 vs. Richmond (Battle At Atlantis) .................. tba (Paradise Island, Bahamas) D22 at Siena .......................................................7:00 D27 Fordham .....................................................1:00 D31 Mercer ........................................................1:00 J2 Charlotte .....................................................5:00 J8 at Boston College .........................RSN .......4:00 J11 at Clemson ...................................RSN .......7:00 J16 North Carolina.............................. FSN .......7:45 J19 Wake Forest .............................ESPNU .......7:00 J22 at Virginia....................... ACC Network ..... Noon J25 Virginia Tech ................................RSN .......9:00 J30 Maryland ...................................... FSN .......7:45 F3 at Miami ....................... #ESPN/ESPN2 .......7:00 F5 Clemson...............ACC Network (split) .......1:00 F10 Florida State ................. #ESPN/ESPN2 .......7:00 F13 at Virginia Tech ....ACC Network (split) .......1:00 F16 UT-Chattanooga ..........................................7:30 F20 at Duke......................................... FSN .......7:45 F23 Virginia ....................................ESPNU .......7:00 F26 at NC State ...........ACC Network (split) .......2:00 M3 at Wake Forest ............... ACC Network .......8:00 M6 Miami............................. ACC Network .......2:30 M10-13 ACC Tournament (Greensboro Coliseum)


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Georgia Tech 2009-10 Final Statistics (23-13, 7-9 7th in ACC) OVERALL Gani Lawal Derrick Favors Iman Shumpert Zachery Peacock Brian Oliver D’Andre Bell Mfon Udofia Glen Rice, Jr. Maurice Miller Lance Storrs Nick Foreman Brad Sheehan Sam Shew Total Opponents

GP 36 36 30 35 36 36 35 35 32 15 23 20 9 36 36

GS 36 35 29 1 5 36 25 11 2 0 0 0 0

Min 930 989 904 787 595 789 690 643 491 112 122 152 21

Avg 25.8 27.5 30.1 22.5 16.5 21.9 19.7 18.4 15.3 7.5 5.3 7.6 2.3

FG 172 179 104 114 86 78 71 69 35 14 14 11 1 948 818

FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT 325 .529 0 1 .000 127 293 .611 0 1 .000 90 270 .385 37 111 .333 54 239 .477 19 51 .373 53 218 .394 63 166 .380 19 185 .422 15 36 .417 50 193 .368 25 84 .298 38 157 .439 28 60 .467 24 97 .361 13 44 .295 43 33 .424 11 24 .458 3 22 .636 2 4 .500 4 29 .379 0 4 .000 3 3 .333 0 1 .000 4 2064 .459 213 587 .363 512 2129 .384 240 762 .315 489

ACC GAMES Derrick Favors Gani Lawal Iman Shumpert Zachery Peacock Brian Oliver D’Andre Bell Glen Rice, Jr. Mfon Udofia Maurice Miller Lance Storrs Nick Foreman Brad Sheehan Sam Shew Total Opponents

GP 16 16 15 16 16 16 16 16 12 4 10 6 1 16 16

GS 15 16 15 1 1 16 5 11 0 0 0 0 0

Min 449 423 456 385 315 372 323 291 141 4 39 26 1

Avg 28.1 26.4 3.4 24.1 19.7 23.3 2.2 18.2 11.8 1.0 3.9 4.3 1.0

FG 80 73 59 53 45 35 38 20 10 1 1 0 0 415 398

FGA 128 154 152 127 113 87 95 74 21 2 3 0 0 956 963

Pct 3FG FGA Pct .625 0 0 .000 .474 0 1 .000 .388 24 61 .393 .417 11 31 .355 .398 32 84 .381 .402 7 20 .350 .400 14 32 .438 .270 12 34 .353 .476 5 11 .455 .500 0 1 .000 .333 1 2 .500 .000 0 0 .000 .000 0 0 .000 .434 106 277 .383 .413 111 311 .357

FTA 222 143 75 67 27 66 61 43 53 3 4 8 7 779 734

Pct .572 .629 .720 .791 .704 .758 .623 .558 .811 1.000 1.000 .375 .571 .657 .666

Off 105 108 27 53 24 28 19 44 19 4 6 5 2 477 482

Tot 305 303 108 143 68 91 86 107 59 11 13 32 4 1430 1259

Avg 8.5 8.4 3.6 4.1 1.9 2.5 2.5 3.1 1.8 0.7 0.6 1.6 0.4 39.7 35.0

FT FTA Pct 29 51 .569 42 92 .457 24 31 .774 28 38 .737 10 13 .769 23 33 .697 10 17 .588 10 17 .588 16 19 .842 1 1 1.000 2 2 1.000 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 196 317 .618 239 370 .646

Off 47 46 18 18 18 15 29 12 8 1 0 0 0 230 236

Tot Avg 139 8.7 132 8.3 54 3.6 60 3.8 44 2.8 44 2.8 59 3.7 26 1.6 19 1.6 2 0.5 1 0.1 2 0.3 0 0.0 625 39.1 610 38.1

PF DQ A TO BK 76 0 15 78 49 94 1 37 90 74 69 3 120 92 5 67 0 34 53 10 66 2 31 43 10 87 0 56 58 12 62 1 66 59 2 69 2 58 43 17 43 0 73 54 1 12 0 7 9 0 13 1 8 3 1 8 0 3 3 9 4 0 0 4 0 670 10 508 591 190 687 14 472 547 113 PF DQ A TO 38 0 16 35 33 0 5 30 33 1 61 47 40 0 22 23 32 0 12 22 42 0 24 27 40 2 28 21 35 1 22 25 12 0 21 16 0 0 0 0 7 1 1 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 316 5 212 250 300 5 225 231

ST Pts 16 471 32 448 58 299 36 300 10 254 33 221 28 205 37 190 25 126 3 42 5 34 5 25 0 6 288 2621 284 2365

Avg 13.1 12.4 10.0 8.6 7.1 6.1 5.9 5.4 3.9 2.8 1.5 1.3 0.7 72.8 65.7

BK ST Pts 32 13 189 27 9 188 4 29 166 4 14 145 6 9 132 6 13 100 11 20 100 2 9 62 1 4 41 0 0 3 1 1 5 2 2 1 0 0 0 96 123 1132 63 123 1146

Avg 11.8 11.8 11.1 9.1 8.3 6.3 6.3 3.9 3.4 0.8 0.5 0.2 0.0 70.8 71.6

2009-10 Game Results GT Opp Results AP USA AP USA W/L Score N14 Florida A&M ............. 22 .....20.................................. W 100-59 N19 #Dayton .................... 21 .....18......... 18 .... 21 .............L 59-63 N20 #George Mason ........ 21 .....18.................................. W 70-62 N22 #Boston University ... 21 .....18.................................. W 85-67 N27 Mercer ........................ x .....25.................................. W 85-74 D2 Siena .......................... x .....23.................................. W 74-61 D5 Southern California..... x .....23.................................. W 79-53 D14 at UT-Chattanooga.... 22 .....15.................................. W 95-64 D16 Arkansas-Pine Bluff .. 22 .....15.................................. W 65-53 D20 Florida State ............. 22 .....15....................................L ot 59-66 D22 Kennesaw State .......... x .....22.................................. W 80-55 D29 Winston-Salem State ..... x .....20.................................. W 78-43 J2 at Charlotte ................. x .....20.................................. W 76-67 J5 at Georgia ................. 20 .....17....................................L 66-73 J9 Duke ......................... 20 .....17........... 5 ...... 5 ........... W 71-67 J13 at Virginia ................. 20 .....18....................................L 75-82 J16 at North Carolina ...... 20 .....18......... 12 .... 13 ........... W 73-71 J19 Clemson ................... 19 .....18......... 17 .... 16 ........... W 66-64 J24 at Florida State ......... 19 .....18....................................L 66-68 J28 Wake Forest.............. 22 .....22.................................. W 79-58 J30 Kentucky State.......... 22 .....22.................................. W 98-50 F4 at Duke ..................... 21 .....19......... 10 ...... 9 .............L 67-86 F6 NC State ................... 21 .....19.................................. W 73-71 F10 at Miami ................... 20 .....20....................................L 62-64 F13 at Wake Forest.......... 20 .....20....................................L 64-75 F16 North Carolina .......................................................... W 68-51 F20 at Maryland ................................................................L 74-76 F27 Boston College ......................................................... W 73-68 M2 at Clemson .................................................................L 80-91 M6 Virginia Tech ..............................................................L 82-88 ACC Tournament M11 #North Carolina ........................................................ W 62-58 M12 #Maryland ....................................... 20 .... 19 ........... W 69-64 M13 #NC State ................................................................. W 57-54 M13 #Duke ................................................ 4 ...... 4 .............L 61-65 NCAA Tournament (#10 Seed - Midwest) M19 #Oklahoma State (#7)................................................. W 64-59 M21 #Ohio State (#2) ................................ 5 ...... 6 .............L 66-75

GT FGs 39-81 23-45 23-49 33-61 31-60 27-57 30-60 31-51 23-60 23-70 30-57 30-65 22-58 23-60 22-53 33-64 28-65 26-66 23-54 29-54 37-52 24-49 26-50 24-62 19-55 25-56 28-68 27-51 31-68 27-71

GT FG% .481 .511 .469 .541 .517 .474 .500 .608 .383 .329 .526 .462 .379 .383 .415 .516 .431 .394 .426 .537 .712 .490 .520 .387 .345 .446 .412 .529 .456 .380

GT FTs 14-20 11-20 21-37 15-24 17-22 13-18 11-16 26-37 13-21 5-7 11-18 12-20 29-32 17-22 22-28 3-11 11-15 11-22 11-22 15-20 15-20 24-36 15-29 23-62 16-20 12-24 11-20 11-12 11-17 18-26

GT FT% .700 .550 .568 .625 .773 .722 .688 .703 .619 .714 .611 .600 .906 .773 .786 .273 .733 .500 .500 .750 .750 .667 .517 .625 .800 .500 .550 .917 .647 .692

Opp FGs 21-58 22-51 24-67 19-57 25-64 22-69 21-55 21-64 20-68 24-60 20-59 16-51 19-51 21-48 26-60 27-61 22-58 24-65 24-57 21-64 17-60 25-56 24-68 23-62 29-66 19-59 28-65 25-55 32-58 25-49

Opp FG% .362 .431 .358 .333 .391 .319 .382 .328 .294 .400 .339 .314 .373 .438 .433 .443 .379 .369 .421 .328 .283 .446 .353 .371 .439 .322 .431 .455 .552 .510

Opp FTs .545 .667 .636 .786 .842 .684 .714 .588 .643 .714 .545 .400 .704 .828 .643 .885 .833 .500 .593 .520 .462 .667 .773 .625 .706 .417 .706 .636 .469 .806

24-56 24-43 18-41 22-50

.429 .558 .439 .440

9-16 13-27 19-32 12-16

.563 .481 .594 .750

23-69 25-67 19-62 18-51

.333 .373 .306 .353

.714 .769 .526 .857

19-44 24-58

.432 .414

24-25 14-19

.960 .737

22-44 25-51

.500 .490

.692 .739

Reb Mar +23 +8 +10 +16 -4 +6 -5 +9 +8 -4 +10 +22 +10 +4 +6 -3 -5 +9 -2 +9 +11 -8 -7 +3 -3 +5 -7 -2 +12 -2

TO 18/25 26/22 17/14 12/9 16/20 20/11 7/19 19/20 14/11 15/17 8/12 24/31 16/16 20/18 15/12 11/7 13/17 16/15 20/18 17/11 21/18 15/12 22/22 13/12 17/12 20/19 13/9 18/21 15/11 10/16

Half 50-21 22-31 27-19 42-40 44-39 32-28 40-26 52-33 35-27 22-27 27-16 33-18 37-29 36-31 29-35 39-38 42-28 35-29 34-34 35-29 54-29 33-45 30-32 27-41 37-37 41-21 32-34 37-30 41-44 39-45

-9 14/10 +8 25/12 +6 16/6 +4 17/10

24-34 41-25 29-19 22-29

+15 13/11 31-36 +4 21/18 26-28


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Paul Hewitt, Georgia Tech Head Coach

Paul Hewitt was named the 12th head coach in Georgia Tech basketball history on April 6, 2000 ... in his 10 years on The Flats, Hewitt has recorded a mark of 177-144 (.551) and has guided the Yellow Jackets to postseason play six times, including five NCAA Tournament berths ... in 2004-05, he led the Jackets to their second consecutive 20-win season, a first for Georgia Tech since the 1989 and 1990 seasons ... four of his last seven Tech teams have won 20 or more games ... despite being picked seventh in the media preseason poll in 2003-04, the Yellow Jackets tied a school record with 28 wins and advanced to the NCAA’s championship game before losing to Connecticut 82-73 ... in 2000-01, Hewitt guided the Jackets to a 17-13 mark and the school’s first NCAA Tournament appearance in five years en route to becoming only the second first-year coach to earn ACC Coach of the Year honors ... his overall record as a head coach is 243-171 (.587), with a total of eight postseason appearances in 11 years ... prior to his arrival at Tech, Hewitt guided Siena College to two postseason appearances and an average of 22 wins in three seasons as a head coach ... at Siena, Hewitt directed the Saints to a 66-27 (.710) record ... following a three-year stretch in which Siena posted a 22-59 mark, Hewitt took a young Saints team to a 17-12 overall record and its first MAAC Tournament Championship game appearance ... in his second year, Siena finished with a 25-6 record, the school’s first MAAC Tournament Championship and an NCAA Tournament appearance.

Hewitt Year by Year Year 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04

Conference PostSchool Overall W-L Finish Season Siena ...................... 17-12......... 10-8..........t3rd ................. x Siena ........................ 25-6......... 13-5.......... t1st ... NCAA 0-1 Siena ........................ 24-9......... 15-3........... 1st .......NIT 1-1 Georgia Tech .......... 17-13........... 8-8.......... t5th ... NCAA 0-1 Georgia Tech .......... 15-16........... 7-9.......... t5th ................. x Georgia Tech .......... 16-15........... 7-9........... 5th .......NIT 2-1 Georgia Tech .......... 28-10........... 9-7..........t3rd ... NCAA 5-1

Year 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Conference PostSchool Overall W-L Finish Season Georgia Tech .......... 20-12........... 8-8.......... t4th ... NCAA 1-1 Georgia Tech .......... 11-17......... 4-12........ t10th ................. x Georgia Tech .......... 20-12........... 8-8.......... t6th ... NCAA 0-1 Georgia Tech .......... 15-17........... 7-9.......... t7th ................. x Georgia Tech .......... 12-19......... 2-14......... 12th ................. x Georgia Tech .......... 23-13........... 7-9........... 7th ... NCAA 1-1

Overall Conf. Games ACC Tournament NCAA Games NIT Games School Years W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. Siena.................... (3) .......... 1998-00 ...........66-27 .........710 ..........38-16 .........704 ............. x .............. x ..........0-1 ........ .000.............1-1 ..........500 Georgia Tech...... (10) .......... 2000-10 .......177-144 .........551 ..........67-93 .........419 ........9-10 ......... .474 ..........7-5 ........ .583.............2-1 ..........667 Totals ............ (13) ........ 1998-10 ..... 243-171 ..... .587 .... 105-109 ..... .491 ......9-10 ...... .474 ....... 7-6 .......539 ......... 3-2 ...... .600

Georgia Tech Coaching Records Career Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Years 1905-1906 1909/13-14 1920/22-24 1921 1925-1926 1927-1943 1944-1946 1947-1951 1952-1973 1974-1981 1982-2000 2001-2010

W 2 9 36 4 10 173 35 57 292 91 354 177

L 1 14 38 10 23 134 21 72 271 122 237 144

Pct. .667 .391 .486 .286 .303 .564 .625 .442 .519 .427 .599 .587

Years Bobby Cremins .......... (19) 1982-2000 Paul Hewitt ................. (10) 2001-2010 Dwane Morrison .......... (2) 1980-1981

W 134 67 1

L 150 93 27

Pct. .472 .419 .036

Unknown ...................... (2) John Heisman .............. (3) William Alexander ........ (4) Joe Bean ...................... (1) Harold Hansen.............. (2) Roy Mundorff ............. (17) Dwight Keith ................. (4) Roy McArthur ............... (4) John Hyder ................ (22) Dwane Morrison ........... (8) Bobby Cremins ........... (19) Paul Hewitt ................. (10)

ACC Games Only 1. 2. 3.

ACC Tournament

W 15 9 0

L 16 10 2

Pct. .484 .474 .000

NCAA Tournament

W 7 15 1

L 5 11 1

Pct. .583 .577 .500

NIT Tournament

W 4 2 2

L 2 1 4

Pct. .667 .667 .333

1. 2. 3.

1. 2. 3.

1. 2.

Years Bobby Cremins .......... (19) 1982-2000 Paul Hewitt ................. (10) 2001-2010 Dwane Morrison .......... (2) 1980-1981

Years Paul Hewitt ........................................(5) Bobby Cremins ...............................(10) John Hyder .......................................(1) No. John Hyder .......................................(2) Paul Hewitt ........................................(1) Bobby Cremins .................................(4)


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Georgia Tech (1954-2010) Year 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964

Head Coach Overall John Hyder .................2-22 John Hyder ...............12-13 John Hyder ...............12-11 John Hyder .................18-8 John Hyder ...............15-11 John Hyder .................17-9 John Hyder .................22-6 John Hyder ...............13-13 John Hyder ...............10-16 John Hyder .................21-5 John Hyder .................17-9

SEC Finish 0-14 (12) 7-7 (6) 6-8 (6) 9-5 (3) 7-7 (6) 9-5 (4) 11-3 (2) 6-8 (6) 4-10 (10) 10-4 (2) 9-5 (2)

SEC Trn. -

Non Conf. 2-8 5-6 6-3 9-3 8-4 9-4 11-3 7-5 6-6 11-1 8-4

PostSeason NCAA 1-1 -

Final Final AP Coach 13 8 -

AllSEC 0 1 1 1 3 2 2 1 0 2 2

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

PPG Offense 60.8 71.0 72.1 77.4 69.9 72.2 69.3 64.3 62.5 70.8 74.8

FG% .345 .348 .362 .359 .376 .408 .376 .372 .407 .422

PPG FT% Defense 76.2 .667 77.3 .670 75.4 .696 73.3 .696 66.3 .717 68.5 .710 59.8 .732 63.9 .660 65.0 .734 65.5 .720 72.7

Opp. FG% .367 .365 .367 .381 .357 .356 .425 .412 .416 .405

Reb. Mar. 4.3 -3.0 2.7 2.1 0.3 -3.5 -1.1 -1.9 0.7 -3.6

Year 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975

Head Coach Overall Conf. Finish John Hyder ...............14-11 John Hyder ...............13-13 John Hyder .................17-9 John Hyder ...............12-13 John Hyder ...............12-13 John Hyder ...............17-10 John Hyder .................23-9 John Hyder .................6-20 John Hyder .................7-18 Dwane Morrison .........5-21 Dwane Morrison .......11-15 -

Conf. Trn. -

Non Conf. 14-11 13-13 17-9 12-13 12-13 17-10 23-9 6-20 7-18 5-21 11-15

PostSeason NIT 1-1 NIT 3-1 -

Final Final AP Coach -

AllConf -

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PPG Offense 74.0 80.3 82.1 73.8 74.8 81.6 78.6 72.1 76.3 74.4 74.4

FG% .419 .444 .494 .454 .464 .511 .457 .435 .448 .400 .443

PPG FT% Defense .731 73.9 .727 76.9 .732 75.2 .761 72.0 .718 72.8 .744 74.6 .705 72.0 .677 84.4 .731 83.3 .713 85.3 .669 82.5

Opp. FG% .454 .474 .465 .450 .441 .459 .433 .466 .476 .491 .467

Reb. Marg. -1.8 -4.5 -3.8 -4.9 1.7 2.2 -5.6 -9.9 -6.3 -5.7 3.5

Year 1976 1977 1978

Head Coach Overall Metro Finish Dwane Morrison .......13-14 0-1 (T5) Dwane Morrison .......18-10 3-3 (T3) Dwane Morrison .......15-12 6-6 (T4)

Metro Trn. 1-1 2-1 1-1

Non Conf. 13-13 15-7 9-6

PostSeason -

Final Final AllAP Coach Metro 0 2 2

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 0 0 0 0 0

PPG Offense 68.9 70.2 71.6

FG% .481 .481 .486

PPG FT% Defense .681 68.0 .768 66.9 .754 65.9

Opp. FG% .485 .481 .495

Reb. Mar. -1.7 3.9 0.8

Year 1979

Head Coach Overall Conf. Finish Dwane Morrison .........17-9 -

Conf. Trn. -

Non Conf. 17-9

PostSeason -

Final Final AP Coach -

AllConf -

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 2

PPG Offense 76.3

FG% .497

PPG FT% Defense .747 64.1

Opp. FG% .458

Reb. Mar. 1.6

Year 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Head Coach Overall Dwane Morrison .........8-18 Dwane Morrison .........4-23 Bobby Cremins .........10-16 Bobby Cremins .........13-15 Bobby Cremins .........18-11 Bobby Cremins ...........27-8 Bobby Cremins ...........27-7 Bobby Cremins .........16-13 Bobby Cremins .........22-10 Bobby Cremins .........20-12 Bobby Cremins ...........28-7 Bobby Cremins .........17-13 Bobby Cremins .........23-12 Bobby Cremins .........19-11 Bobby Cremins .........16-13 Bobby Cremins .........18-12 Bobby Cremins .........24-12 Bobby Cremins ...........9-18 Bobby Cremins .........19-14 Bobby Cremins .........15-16 Bobby Cremins .........13-17 Paul Hewitt................17-13 Paul Hewitt................15-16 Paul Hewitt................16-15 Paul Hewitt................28-10 Paul Hewitt................20-12 Paul Hewitt................11-17 Paul Hewitt................20-12 Paul Hewitt................15-17 Paul Hewitt................12-19 Paul Hewitt................23-13

ACC Trn. 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 3-0 2-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 3-0 0-1 1-1 3-0 0-1 0-1 2-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 2-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 3-1

Non Conf. 7-4 4-8 7-4 8-4 12-2 15-3 14-3 9-5 14-3 12-5 17-1 11-4 14-3 8-3 9-4 10-3 9-7 6-4 13-3 9-5 8-5 8-4 8-6 9-5 18-2 10-3 7-4 12-4 7-7 9-4 13-3

PostSeason NIT 0-1 NCAA 3-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 4-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 0-1 NIT 0-1 NCAA 2-1 NIT 2-1 NIT 0-1 NCAA 0-1 NIT 2-1 NCAA 5-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 1-1

Final Final AP Coach 6 6 6 6 9 7 18 20 13 15 14 15 25 25 -

AllACC 0 0 1 1 1 2 3 2 3 3 3 2 2 1 2 2 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 0 1 0 1 1

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 2 2 0 1 0 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2

PPG Offense 57.0 55.7 59.4 71.8 69.8 69.9 75.1 70.7 81.7 80.2 88.5 82.5 80.4 77.7 75.9 80.0 80.2 61.5 76.3 67.3 70.6 75.6 76.5 74.1 76.6 74.1 71.9 78.6 77.6 71.2 72.8

FG% .490 .437 .529 .452 .509 .516 .546 .489 .503 .496 .496 .473 .484 .494 .450 .470 .477 .396 .440 .411 .408 .426 .431 .450 .465 .452 .460 .490 .471 .436 .459

PPG FT% Defense .729 59.9 .611 71.5 .649 60.7 .698 73.2 .706 64.5 .708 60.9 .728 63.5 .760 68.5 .721 74.0 .758 74.2 .708 80.8 .668 77.0 .670 74.5 .684 75.2 .698 74.1 .720 73.4 .703 76.0 .654 64.3 .683 72.2 .621 72.2 .683 71.4 .690 72.9 .692 76.6 .681 69.8 .692 67.2 .691 66.7 .667 72.1 .681 69.4 .701 76.0 .630 71.5 .657 65.7

Opp. FG% .494 .499 .481 .464 .447 .443 .449 .466 .461 .456 .457 .421 .419 .428 .429 .451 .451 .440 .410 .429 .425 .407 .449 .425 .388 .391 .441 .438 .452 .416 .384

Reb. Mar. 1.7 -0.1 1.8 -0.9 0.9 3.4 2.5 2.4 -0.9 3.3 0.2 2.4 2.7 2.7 -1.7 -1.2 -0.2 2.4 1.2 -2.5 2.2 -2.5 1.7 3.4 0.1 2.4 4.4 5.7 -0.8 2.2 4.8

ACC Finish 1-13 (8) 0-14 (8) 3-11 (8) 4-10 (6) 6-8 (T5) 9-5 (Tl) 11-3 (2) 7-7 (5) 8-6 (4) 8-6 (5) 8-6 (T3) 6-8 (T5) 8-8 (T4) 8-8 (6) 7-9 (5) 8-8 (5) 13-3 (1) 3-13 (9) 6-10 (T6) 6-10 (T5) 5-11 (8) 8-8 (T5) 7-9 (T5) 7-9 (5) 9-7 (T3) 8-8 (T4) 4-12 (T10) 8-8 (t6) 7-9 (t7) 2-14 (12) 7-9 (7)


maryland terrapins 2010-11 Terrapin Roster Bold denotes returning starter No. 1 10 11 12 13 14 15 20 21 24 33 35 42

Player Adrian Bowie Berend Weijs Mychal Parker Terrell Stoglin Haukur Palsson Sean Mosley Ersin Levent Jordan Williams Pe’Shon Howard Cliff Tucker Dino Gregory James Padgett Ashton Pankey

Head Coach: Assistants:

Terp Text

Cl. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. Sr. So. Fr.

Pos. G C F G F G F C G G/F F F F

Hgt. 6-2 6-10 6-5 6-1 6-6 6-4 6-7 6-10 6-3 6-6 6-7 6-8 6-9

Wgt. 195 200 195 185 190 210 190 260 195 200 230 215 220

Gary Williams (Maryland ‘68) Keith Booth (Maryland ‘03) Robert Ehsan (UC Davis ‘05) Bino Ranson (Southern New Hamsphire ‘99)

Coming off their 17th consecutive postseason appearance, Gary Williams’ Terrapins return two starters from a team that finished 24-9 overall and tied for first in the ACC with a 13-3 league mark ... Williams, with a 442-238 mark in his 21 years in College Park, is third all-time in victories among ACC coaches ... the Terps have won at least 19 games in 14 straight seasons ... with four starters averaging in double figures, Maryland led the ACC in scoring (79.7) for the first time since the 1995-96 season ... Williams will look to replace three senior starters - Greivis Vasquez, Landon Milbourne, Eric Hayes who combined for 4,476 points, 1,465 rebounds, 1,359 assists and 315 starts in their four-year careers ... Vasquez averaged 19.6 points, 6.3 assists and 4.6 rebounds en route to being the Terps’ first ACC Player of the Year since Juan Dixon in 2002 ... the Terrapins return two key starters in junior guard Sean Mosley and sophomore forward Jordan Williams ... the team’s leading returning scorer (10.1) from a year ago, Mosley scored in double figures 17 times, including three games with 20 or more points; had 18 games with five or more rebounds and was second on the team in rebounding (5.1) ... Williams had a stellar freshman season a year ago, averaging 9.6 points, 8.6 rebounds and shooting .512 from the floor; an All-ACC Freshman, Williams had 13 games with 10 or more rebounds and over the last 10 games of the season averaged 12.6 points and 10.4 rebounds ... guard Adrian Bowie averaged 4.8 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.5 assists in only 15.7 minutes per game in 2010; had a 1.88:1 assists-to-turnover ratio and over his last nine games was 23-for-40 (.575) from the floor, including a 11-for-15 (.733) mark from 3-point range ... guard Cliff Tucker averaged 5.7 points per game, shot .490 from the floor and scored in double-figures five times ... forward Dino Gregory averaged 4.2 points, 3.4 rebounds and had 26 blocked shots; shot .800 from the free throw line after shooting only .536 in 2009 ... forward James Padgett saw action in 28 games as a freshman in 2010, averaging 3.0 points and 2.8 rebounds.

Hometown Greenbelt, Md. Amsterdam, Netherlands Washington, N.C. Tucson, Ariz. Reykjavik, Iceland Baltimore, Md. Rockville, Md. Torrington, Conn. Los Angeles, Calif El Paso, Texas Baltimore, Md. Brooklyn, N.Y. Bronx, N.Y.

2010-11 Terrapin Schedule Date Opponent TV Time N8 Seattle ............................................CSN........ 8:00 Coaches vs. Cancer, College Park, Md. N10 College of Charleston ................ ESPNU........ 7:00 Coaches vs. Cancer, College Park, Md. N14 Maine .................................. CSN/NESN........ 2:00 N18 vs. Pittsburgh .............................ESPN2........ 7:00 Coaches vs. Cancer, New York, N.Y. N19 in Coaches vs. Cancer ................ESPN2..... 5/7:00 Coaches vs. Cancer, New York, N.Y. N23 Delaware State............................................... 8:00 N26 Elon ................................................CSN........ 8:00 D1 at Penn State ..............................ESPN2........ 9:15 D5 vs. Temple ...........................MASN/FSN........ 8:00 BB&T Classic, Washington, D.C. D8 UNCG .............................................CSN........ 7:30 D12 Boston College ............................... FSN........ 4:00 D22 NJIT............................................................... 8:00 D29 North Florida ................................................. 8:00 J4 Colgate ................................ CSN/NESN........ 8:00 J9 at Duke ........................................... FSN........ 8:00 J12 at Wake Forest ..................ACC Network........ 8:00 J15 at Villanova .....................................CBS........ 1:00 J20 Virginia Tech ..................#ESPN/ESPN2........ 9:00 J22 Clemson ...........................ACC Network........ 2:30 J27 at Virginia .......................................CSN........ 7:00 J30 at Georgia Tech .............................. FSN........ 7:45 F2 Duke .............................................ESPN........ 9:00 F5 Wake Forest........... ACC Network (split)........ 1:00 F9 Longwood .................................................... 8:00 F12 at Boston College .. ACC Network (split)........ 1:00 F15 at Virginia Tech...... ACC Network (split)........ 8:00 F20 NC State ......................................... FSN........ 5:30 F23 Florida State .......... ACC Network (split)........ 9:00 F27 at North Carolina ............................ FSN........ 7:45 M2 at Miami .................................... ESPNU........ 7:00 M5 Virginia .............................ACC Network........ 2:00 M10-13 ACC Tournament (Greensboro Coliseum)


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Maryland 2009-10 Final Statistics (24-9, 13-3 tie 1st in ACC) OVERALL GP GS Min Avg Greivis Vasquez 33 32 1120 33.9 Landon Milbourne 33 33 978 29.6 Eric Hayes 33 33 1014 30.7 Sean Mosley 32 32 885 27.7 Jordan Williams 33 31 817 24.8 Cliff Tucker 32 1 475 14.8 Adrian Bowie 33 1 517 15.7 Dino Gregory 25 2 500 20.0 James Padgett 28 0 267 9.5 Steve Goins 2 0 4 2.0 Jin Soo Choi 9 0 44 4.9 David Pearman 11 0 28 2.5 Ersin Levent 11 0 26 2.4 Total 33 Opponents 33

220 169 130 112 126 72 60 35 35 1 2 3 1 966 808

ACC GAMES GP GS Greivis Vasquez 16 16 Eric Hayes 16 16 Landon Milbourne 16 16 Jordan Williams 16 16 Sean Mosley 16 16 Cliff Tucker 16 0 Adrian Bowie 16 0 Dino Gregory 16 0 James Padgett 14 0 Ersin Levent 4 0 David Pearman 5 0 Total 16 Opponents 16

121 62 66 67 41 35 30 24 6 1 0 453 415

Min 573 500 475 438 439 222 224 308 81 6 9

Avg

35.8 31.3 29.7 27.4 27.4 13.9 14.0 19.3 5.8 1.5 1.8

FG FGA 513 341 259 220 246 147 142 85 68 2 9 12 8 2052 2052

.429 69 192 .496 13 38 .502 64 141 .509 14 36 .512 0 0 .490 17 49 .423 18 44 .412 0 0 .515 0 0 .500 0 0 .222 0 2 .250 0 7 .125 0 1 .471 195 510 .394 221 651

Pct 3FG FGA

FG FGA 274 116 149 130 98 75 63 55 16 2 2 980 1029

.442 43 108 .534 28 59 .443 6 18 .515 0 0 .418 6 14 .467 11 27 .476 10 16 .436 0 0 .375 0 0 .500 0 0 .000 0 1 .462 104 243 .403 93 289

Pct 3FG FGA

Pct FT 138 67 48 86 64 22 19 36 15 0 3 1 3 502 417

.359 .342 .454 .389 .000 .347 .409 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .382 .339

FTA Pct 161 .857 92 .728 55 .873 106 .811 121 .529 30 .733 32 .594 45 .800 36 .417 0 .000 4 .750 1 1.000 6 .500 689 .729 602 .693

Pct FT FTA Pct 68 80 .850 20 24 .833 24 36 .667 27 54 .500 44 53 .830 14 18 .778 11 17 .647 23 28 .821 6 11 .545 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 237 321 .738 204 280 .729

.398 .475 .333 .000 .429 .407 .625 .000 .000 .000 .000 .428 .322

Off Tot Avg 38 153 4.6 62 162 4.9 13 83 2.5 61 163 5.1 94 284 8.6 16 54 1.7 15 70 2.1 31 85 3.4 30 78 2.8 1 1 0.5 2 10 1.1 1 3 0.3 2 3 0.3 421 1270 38.5 490 1252 37.9

PF DQ A TO BK ST Pts 69 1 208 111 12 56 647 85 1 25 48 39 37 418 57 0 131 52 9 31 372 76 1 84 55 12 45 324 90 1 7 31 32 24 316 34 0 24 27 9 16 183 49 0 49 26 5 25 157 61 1 10 16 26 11 106 21 0 5 9 9 6 85 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 7 0 2 2 1 2 7 3 0 0 1 0 1 7 1 0 0 2 0 1 5 554 5 545 383 154 256 2629 613 10 384 499 116 185 2254

19.6 12.7 11.3 10.1 9.6 5.7 4.8 4.2 3.0 1.0 0.8 0.6 0.5 79.7 68.3

Off 17 8 30 41 36 7 8 23 8 1 0 208 253

PF DQ A TO BK ST Pts 33 0 107 57 4 23 353 26 0 67 28 2 13 172 40 1 16 21 24 17 162 44 0 5 18 15 14 161 39 0 37 26 5 20 132 15 0 8 12 1 5 95 24 0 17 13 2 6 81 40 1 6 12 12 6 71 6 0 0 1 1 1 18 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 269 2 263 190 66 105 1247 289 4 183 216 64 90 1127

22.1 10.8 10.1 10.1 8.3 5.9 5.1 4.4 1.3 0.5 0.0 77.9 70.4

Tot Avg 70 4.4 47 2.9 72 4.5 133 8.3 88 5.5 19 1.2 33 2.1 53 3.3 21 1.5 1 0.3 0 0.0 603 37.7 614 38.4

Avg

Avg

2009-10 Game Results MD Opp Results AP USA AP USA W/L Score N13 Charleston Southern................................................. W 89-51 N17 Fairfield..................................................................... W 71-42 N20 New Hampshire ........ 25 .......x.................................. W 82-55 N23 #Chaminade ............. 21 .....25.................................. W 79-51 N24 #Cincinnati ............... 21 .....25....................................L 57-69 N25 #Wisconsin............... 21 .....25....................................L 69-78 D1 at Indiana.................................................................. W 80-68 D6 #Villanova .......................................... 3 ...... 3 .............L 86-95 D12 Eastern Kentucky ...................................................... W 83-72 D22 Winston-Salem State ................................................ W 98-55 D27 Florida Atlantic.......................................................... W 72-59 D30 William & Mary...........................................................L 77-83 J3 at UNC Greensboro................................................... W 97-63 J10 Florida State .................................... 18 .... 19 ........... W 77-68 J12 at Wake Forest............................................................L ot 83-85 J16 at Boston College ..................................................... W 73-57 J19 Longwood ................................................................ W 106-55 J23 NC State ................................................................... W 88-64 J26 Miami ....................................................................... W 81-59 J31 at Clemson .........................................x .... 21 .............L 53-62 F4 at Florida State ......................................................... W 71-67 F7 North Carolina .......................................................... W 92-71 F13 at Duke .............................................. 8 ...... 7 .............L 56-77 F15 Virginia ..................................................................... W 85-66 F17 at NC State ............................................................... W 67-58 F20 Georgia Tech ............................................................ W 76-74 F24 Clemson ................................................................... W 88-79 F27 at Virginia Tech......................................................... W 2ot 104-100 M3 Duke ......................... 22 .....23........... 4 ...... 4 ........... W 79-72 M6 at Virginia ................. 22 .....23.................................. W 74-68 ACC Tournament M12 #Georgia Tech ............................................................L 64-69 NCAA Tournament (#4 Seed - Midwest) M19 #Houston (#13) ......... 20 .....20.................................. W 89-77 M21 #Michigan State (#5) . 20 .....20......... 13 .... 12 .............L 83-85

MD FGs 38-75 28-65 30-53 31-66 19-53 27-56 26-55 28-53 29-62 33-58 32-69 30-68 36-66 29-62 28-70 28-57 40-72 29-54 28-55 18-52 26-61 35-68 23-61 36-64 25-58 28-65 32-59 37-83 28-56 23-55

MD FG% .507 .431 .566 .470 .358 .482 .473 .528 .468 .569 .464 .441 .545 .468 .400 .491 .556 .537 .509 .346 .426 .515 .377 .563 .431 .431 .542 .446 .500 .418

MD FTs 7-9 11-16 17-23 11-16 17-31 10-17 23-31 21-27 18-22 20-28 5-11 13-19 22-28 9-17 19-25 10-14 23-32 24-33 18-25 15-17 16-20 10-12 8-11 9-15 12-19 12-17 16-24 22-27 17-19 20-26

MD FT% .778 .688 .739 .688 .548 .588 .742 .778 .818 .714 .455 .684 .786 .529 .760 .714 .719 .727 .720 .882 .800 .833 .727 .600 .632 .706 .667 .815 .895 .769

Opp FGs 18-60 14-49 18-51 20-60 27-61 26-53 23-70 30-75 27-58 22-62 23-73 25-53 19-69 27-60 32-70 21-57 20-68 24-66 18-47 22-69 26-69 26-69 27-65 22-58 23-66 28-68 30-69 37-81 26-66 26-49

Opp FG% .300 .286 .353 .333 .443 .491 .329 .400 .466 .355 .315 .472 .275 .450 .457 .368 .294 .364 .383 .319 .377 .377 .415 .379 .348 .412 .435 .457 .394 .531

Opp FTs .471 .750 .692 .417 .647 .800 .682 .731 .778 .412 .556 .806 .815 .667 .800 .643 .647 .625 .760 .591 1.000 .667 .818 .909 .800 .550 .800 .710 .625 .875

25-67

.373

10-13

.769

24-43

.558

.481

32-68 29-66

.471 .439

21-25 16-20

.840 .800

25-60 32-58

.417 .552

.625 .786

Reb Mar Even +5 +1 +12 -14 -5 -2 -13 +10 +3 -4 +2 +21 +6 +2 -12 +17 +2 +6 -5 -6 -1 -7 +14 -2 -7 -7 -9 +1 +14

TO 12/24 14/25 10/21 11/15 9/15 9/15 18/16 19/14 9/11 9/19 11/17 8/10 16/14 12/12 15/16 9/18 10/17 9/11 11/17 26/21 11/14 13/13 14/7 13/12 7/12 9/13 10/15 11/15 11/8 9/11

Half 37-25 30-22 40-22 36-26 18-31 27-37 35-33 38-49 40-32 41-29 39-27 30-39 52-34 41-27 39-42 38-28 57-20 41-33 48-31 22-29 25-29 44-34 24-40 52-34 27-37 34-32 39-48 31-37 40-38 38-27

-8 12/25

25-41

+21 -18

10/6 6/19

39-37 39-48


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Gary Williams, Maryland Head Coach

Entering his 22nd season as head coach of his alma mater, Gary Williams stands third in Atlantic Coast Conference history, and first in Maryland annals, with 442 overall wins and 202 victories in league play ... a year ago, Williams was voted the ACC Coach of the Year after leading the Terrapins to a tie for the ACC regular-season title and a berth in the NCAA Tournament ... he has directed the Terps to 14 NCAA Tournament appearances in the last 17 seasons and with 649 career victories in 32 seasons overall, Williams is fifth among active head coaches in victories in Division I play ... he ranks seventh among active coaches with 18 20-win seasons ... in 2004, Williams led Maryland to its first ACC Tournament title since 1984, and third overall ... he was named the ACC Coach of the Year in 2002 after directing Maryland to a school-record 32-4 record and capturing the school’s first ever NCAA championship with a 64-52 win over Indiana ... Williams became the first coach to lead his alma mater to an NCAA title since Norman Sloan did so at NC State in 1974 ... Williams has coached four schools - American, Boston College, Ohio State, Maryland - into post-season play ... in his 21 years at College Park, Williams is 25-13 (.658) in 14 NCAA Tournament appearances and his overall 29 career NCAA Tournament wins rank seventh among active Division I head coaches ... Williams is the only coach in America to have directed programs in the ACC, Big Ten and Big East ... a three-year starter at point guard for the Terrapins (1965-67) and team captain his senior year.

Williams Year by Year Year 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94

Conference PostSchool Overall W-L Finish Season American ................. 14-13............7-4 ........... 4th ..................x American ................. 13-14............5-6 ........... 5th ..................x American ................... 24-6..........11-0 ........... 1st ....... NIT 0-1 American ................... 21-9............8-3 ...........3rd ....... NIT 0-1 Boston College .......... 25-7..........12-4 .......... t1st ....NCAA 1-1 Boston College ........ 18-12............8-8 ........... 4th ....... NIT 1-1 Boston College ........ 20-11............7-9 ........... 8th ....NCAA 2-1 Boston College ........ 13-15..........4-12 ........... 7th ..................x Ohio State................ 20-13............9-9 ........... 6th ....NCAA 1-1 Ohio State................ 20-13............9-9 ........... 6th ....... NIT 4-1 Ohio State................ 19-15..........6-12 ........... 8th ....... NIT 2-1 Maryland ................. 19-14............6-8 ........... 5th ....... NIT 1-1 Maryland ................. 16-12............5-9 ........... 7th ..................x Maryland ................. 14-14..........5-11 ........... 8th ..................x Maryland ................. 12-16..........2-14 .......... t8th ..................x Maryland ................. 18-12............8-8 .......... t4th ....NCAA 2-1

Year 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Conference PostSchool Overall W-L Finish Season Maryland ................... 26-8..........12-4 .......... t1st .... NCAA 2-1 Maryland ................. 17-13............8-8 .......... t4th .... NCAA 0-1 Maryland ................. 21-11............9-7 .......... t4th .... NCAA 0-1 Maryland ................. 21-11..........10-6 ...........3rd .... NCAA 2-1 Maryland ................... 28-6..........13-3 .......... 2nd .... NCAA 2-1 Maryland ................. 25-10..........11-5 .......... 2nd .... NCAA 1-1 Maryland ................. 25-11..........10-6 ...........3rd .... NCAA 4-1 Maryland.............. 32-4 ...... 15-1 ........ 1st ...NCAA 6-0 Maryland ................. 21-10..........11-5 ......... t2nd .... NCAA 2-1 Maryland ...... (ACC) 20-12............7-9 ........... 6th .... NCAA 1-1 Maryland ................. 19-13............7-9 .......... t6th ........NIT 3-1 Maryland ................. 19-13............8-8 ........... 6th ........NIT 0-1 Maryland ................... 25-9..........10-6 ..........t3rd .... NCAA 1-1 Maryland ................. 19-15............8-8 .......... t5th ........NIT 1-1 Maryland ................. 21-14............7-9 .......... t7th .... NCAA 1-1 Maryland ................... 24-9..........13-3 .......... t1st .... NCAA 1-1

Overall Conf. Games ACC Tournament NCAA Tournament NIT Games School Years W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. American ............. (4) .......... 1979-82 ...........72-42 .........631 ..........31-13 .........705 ............. x .............. x ............. x ..............x.............0-2 ..........000 Boston College..... (4) .......... 1983-86 ...........76-45 .........628 ..........31-33 .........484 ............. x .............. x ..........3-2 ........ .600.............1-1 ..........500 Ohio State ............ (3) .......... 1987-89 ...........59-41 .........590 ..........24-30 .........444 ............. x .............. x ..........1-1 ........ .500.............6-2 ..........750 Maryland............ (21) .......... 1990-10 .......442-238 .........650 ......185-147 .........557 ......17-19 ......... .472 ......25-13 ........ .658.............5-4 ..........556 Totals ........... (32) .........1979-10 ..... 649-366 ..... .639 .....271-218 ..... .554 .... 17-19 ...... .472 .... 29-16 .......644 ........ 12-9 ........571

Maryland Coaching Records Career Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Burton Shipley............ (24) Flucie Stewart ............... (3) Bud Millikan .............. (17) Frank Fellows .............. (2) Charles Driesell ......... (17) Bob Wade .................... (3) Gary Williams ............. (21)

ACC Games Only 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Gary Williams ............ (21) Charles Driesell ......... (17) Bud Millikan .............. (14) Frank Fellows .............. (2) Bob Wade .................... (3)

Years 1924-1947 1948-1950 1951-1967 1968-1969 1970-1986 1987-1989 1990-2010

W 243 27 243 16 348 36 442

L 199 48 182 34 159 50 238

Pct. .549 .360 .572 .320 .686 .419 .650

Years 1990-2010 1970-1986 1954-1967 1968-1969 1987-1989

W 185 122 98 6 7

L 147 100 93 22 35

Pct. .557 .549 .513 .214 .167

ACC Tournament

Years 1970-1986 1990-2010 1987-1989 1953-1967 1968-1969

W 17 17 2 7 0

L 16 19 3 13 2

Pct. .515 .472 .400 .350 .000

NCAA Tournament

No. Bud Millikan ......................................(1) Gary Williams ..................................(14) Charles Driesell ................................(8) Bob Wade .........................................(1)

W 2 25 10 1

L 1 13 8 1

Pct. .667 .658 .556 .500

NIT

No. Charles Driesell ................................(3) Gary Williams ...................................(4)

W 6 5

L 2 4

Pct. .750 .556

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4.

1. 2.

Charles Driesell ......... (17) Gary Williams ............. (20) Bob Wade .................... (3) Bud Millikan .............. (14) Frank Fellows .............. (2)


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Maryland (1954-2010) Year 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Head Coach Overall Bud Millikan ............... 23-7 Bud Millikan ............... 17-7 Bud Millikan ............. 14-10 Bud Millikan ............. 16-10 Bud Millikan ............... 22-7 Bud Millikan ............. 10-13 Bud Millikan ............... 15-8 Bud Millikan ............. 14-12 Bud Millikan ............... 8-17 Bud Millikan ............... 8-13 Bud Millikan ............... 9-17 Bud Millikan ............... 18-8 Bud Millikan ............. 14-11 Bud Millikan ............. 11-14 Frank Fellows ............. 8-16 Frank Fellows ............. 8-18 Charles Driesell ........ 13-13 Charles Driesell ........ 14-12 Charles Driesell .......... 27-5 Charles Driesell .......... 23-7 Charles Driesell .......... 23-5 Charles Driesell .......... 24-5 Charles Driesell .......... 22-6 Charles Driesell .......... 19-8 Charles Driesell ........ 15-13 Charles Driesell ........ 19-11 Charles Driesell .......... 24-7 Charles Driesell ........ 21-10 Charles Driesell ........ 16-13 Charles Driesell ........ 20-10 Charles Driesell .......... 24-8 Charles Driesell ........ 25-12 Charles Driesell ........ 19-14 Bob Wade .................. 9-17 Bob Wade ................ 18-13 Bob Wade .................. 9-20 Gary Williams........... 19-14 Gary Williams........... 16-12 Gary Williams........... 14-15 Gary Williams........... 12-16 Gary Williams........... 18-12 Gary Williams............. 26-8 Gary Williams........... 17-13 Gary Williams........... 21-11 Gary Williams........... 21-11 Gary Williams............. 28-6 Gary Williams........... 25-10 Gary Williams........... 25-11 Gary Williams............. 32-4 Gary Williams........... 21-10 Gary Williams........... 20-12 Gary Williams........... 19-13 Gary Williams........... 19-13 Gary Williams............. 25-9 Gary Williams........... 19-15 Gary Williams........... 21-14 Gary Williams............. 24-9

ACC Finish 7-2 (2) 10-4 (3) 7-7 (5) 9-5 (2) 9-5 (4) 7-7 (T3) 9-5 (3) 6-8 (5) 3-11 (7) 4-10 (T6) 5-9 (6) 10-4 (T2) 7-7 (5) 5-9 (5) 4-10 (6) 2-12 (T7) 5-9 (6) 5-9 (T6) 8-4 (T2) 7-5 (3) 9-3 (2) 10-2 (1) 7-5 (T2) 7-5 (4) 3-9 (6) 6-6 (4) 11-3 (1) 8-6 (4) 5-9 (5) 8-6 (T3) 9-5 (2) 8-6 (T4) 6-8 (6) 0-14 (8) 6-8 (5) 1-13 (8) 6-8 (T5) 5-9 (7) 5-11 (8) 2-14 (T8) 8-8 (T4) 12-4 (T1) 8-8 (T4) 9-7 (T4) 10-6 (3) 13-3 (2) 11-5 (2) 10-6 (3) 15-1 (1) 11-5 (T2) 7-9 (6) 7-9 (T6) 8-8 (6) 10-6 (T3) 8-8 (6) 7-9 (T7) 13-3 (T1)

ACC Trn. 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 3-0 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 2-1 2-1 2-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 2-1 2-1 0-1 0-1 3-0 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 DNP 1-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 2-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 3-0 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 2-1 0-1

Non Post- Final Final Conf. Season AP Coach 15-4 20 7-2 7-2 5-4 10-2 NCAA 2-1 6 6 3-5 6-2 8-4 5-5 4-2 4-7 7-3 7-3 6-4 4-5 6-5 8-3 9-2 17-0 NIT Champ 14 11 14-1 NCAA 1-1 8 10 12-1 4 4 14-2 NCAA 2-1 5 5 14-0 11 13 12-2 11-3 12-4 NIT 1-1 11-3 NCAA 1-1 8 8 11-3 NCAA 1-1 18 20 11-3 NIT 1-1 12-3 NCAA 1-1 12-3 NCAA 1-1 11 10 17-4 NCAA 2-1 12-5 NCAA 1-1 9-2 11-4 NCAA 1-1 7-6 13-5 NIT 1-1 11-3 8-3 9-1 10-4 NCAA 2-1 13-3 NCAA 2-1 10 10 8-4 NCAA 0-1 11-2 NCAA 0-1 22 19 10-4 NCAA 2-1 20 22 14-2 NCAA 2-1 5 5 12-4 NCAA 1-1 17 16 14-3 NCAA 4-1 11 11 16-2 NCAA Champ 4 4 10-4 NCAA 2-1 17 17 10-3 NCAA 1-1 19 21 12-3 NIT 3-1 10-4 NIT 0-1 15-4 NCAA 1-1 18 23 11-6 NIT 1-1 12-4 NCAA 1-1 11-5 NCAA 1-1 20 18

AllACC 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 4 1 1 0 1 3 2 0 2 1 2 1 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 1 2 2 1 2 3 3 3 4 3 1 1 1 1 2 1 1

All- NBA Am. Draft 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 3 3 2 1 2 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 4 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 1 1 2 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1

PPG Offense 65.3 65.5 66.7 64.6 69.1 59.3 65.0 67.2 69.9 64.2 70.2 73.4 71.6 64.9 68.8 78.8 76.1 75.0 76.4 87.1 85.7 89.9 88.2 78.3 82.1 77.9 80.0 75.9 61.3 74.1 74.7 70.3 70.4 71.7 75.8 69.2 83.2 80.2 81.0 79.8 80.0 86.7 81.3 75.2 78.8 84.5 76.7 85.2 85.0 79.7 77.4 81.9 78.3 79.0 73.0 71.8 79.7

FG% .429 .398 .398 .422 .416 .398 .418 .424 .432 .398 .437 .455 .459 .439 .389 .425 .457 .448 .495 .520 .510 .547 .537 .516 .509 .503 .551 .532 .479 .490 .539 .503 .510 .501 .504 .460 .483 .454 .451 .443 .457 .498 .449 .465 .461 .495 .465 .484 .482 .464 .441 .439 .448 .478 .462 .424 .471

PPG FT% Defense .648 55.7 .657 61.8 .672 64.8 .716 61.5 .688 57.6 .655 57.6 .747 56.3 .745 61.2 .736 67.6 .679 71.6 .694 75.5 .720 68.8 .680 68.4 .730 65.1 .667 73.9 .738 84.1 .712 74.7 .671 73.4 .746 65.8 .718 74.2 .746 69.0 .757 74.6 .758 74.3 .733 74.1 .722 79.5 .717 74.7 .724 71.8 .720 69.8 .751 58.8 .685 71.4 .725 67.2 .743 65.0 .729 65.6 .714 73.3 .672 71.8 .672 74.2 .709 77.7 .683 79.4 .700 78.9 .672 79.5 .682 73.2 .706 73.9 .683 76.3 .681 68.8 .678 72.1 .701 66.4 .685 68.2 .696 72.4 .726 70.9 .713 66.7 .631 72.1 .726 76.0 .731 73.5 .695 67.5 .703 69.8 .758 69.1 .729 68.3

Opp. FG% .340 .340 .346 .391 .352 .369 .397 .384 .419 .460 .455 .415 .405 .467 .437 .465 .449 .457 .436 .449 .400 .441 .444 .436 .453 .474 .474 .473 .468 .453 .462 .459 .480 .479 .482 .463 .429 .447 .470 .449 .432 .440 .451 .405 .408 .388 .402 .404 .399 .378 .405 .407 .417 .389 .395 .422 .394

Reb. Mar. 11.8 14.3 7.6 -1.5 5.9 3.7 1.4 1.0 -1.3 0.4 -3.3 5.4 3.1 -1.8 -5.4 -1.9 2.5 3.8 10.9 10.6 9.2 9.0 3.6 2.6 4.7 4.0 2.8 4.5 2.5 2.5 2.6 -1.0 0.4 -3.9 -1.7 -0.7 3.2 -0.6 -1.3 -2.5 1.5 6.5 1.5 4.2 2.0 3.9 1.7 4.5 3.7 3.0 2.8 3.3 3.6 2.0 1.9 -1.7 0.5


miami hurricanes 2010-11 Hurricane Roster Bold denotes returning starter No. 1 3 4 10 11 12 15 21 22 25 30 31 32 42 45

Player Durand Scott Malcolm Grant Trey McKinney Jones Raphael Akpejiori Ryan Quigtar Justin Heller Rion Brown Kenny Kadji Donnavan Kirk Garrius Adams Adrian Thomas DeQuan Jones Erik Swoope Reggie Johnson Julian Gamble

Head Coach: Assistants:

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Cl. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. So. Gr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr.

Pos. G G G F G G G F/C F G F G/F F C F/C

Hgt. 6-3 6-1 6-5 6-8 5-11 6-2 6-5 6-11 6-9 6-6 6-7 6-7 6-6 6-10 6-9

Wgt. 200 180 214 229 172 180 188 255 227 196 226 219 230 303 258

Frank Haith (Elon ‘88) Jorge Fernandez, Associate Head Coach (Stetson ‘85) Jake Morton (Miami ‘93) Michael Schwartz (Texas ‘99)

The Hurricanes return three starters from last season’s team that posted 20 wins for the second time in three seasons and advanced to the ACC Tournament semifinals for the first time since Miami joined the conference prior to the start of the 2004-05 season … Frank Haith enters his seventh year as the Hurricanes’ head coach with a 108-86 career record that includes four postseason appearances … Haith already has more postseason wins that any other coach in Miami men’s basketball history … Miami enters the upcoming season seeking to replace graduated starting forward Dwayne Collins, the second player in Miami history to record 1,000 points, 850 rebounds and 100 assists in a career … sophomore guard Durand Scott heads up a list of three returning starters and three key returning reserves … Scott averaged 10.3 points, 4.0 rebounds and 3.4 assists per game while earning All-ACC Freshman and All-ACC Tournament honors; averaged a team-leading 14.7 points on 48.6 percent shooting with 5.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists in three ACC Tournament games and was also voted the Hurricanes’ Outstanding Defender by his teammates … center Julian Gamble is expected to play an even bigger role after starting the last 11 games of last season and averaging 6.0 points and 5.5 rebounds per game during that stretch … junior guard DeQuan Jones averaged 5.7 points and 2.1 rebounds and shot .533 from the floor last season; averaged 11.7 points and 3.3 rebounds in three ACC Tournament games … junior guard Malcolm Grant started eight games last season, but still led the team with 3.5 assists per game; averaged 9.6 points per game and shot .412 from behind the arc … senior Adrian Thomas played in all 33 games a year ago, averaging 7.3 ppg and leading the ACC in three-point field goal percentage (.421) ... sophomore center Reggie Johnson played his best basketball during the ACC Tournament (13.7 ppg, 8.0 rpg) and wound up averaging 4.6 points and 6.4 rebounds per game … sophomore guard Garrius Adams (seven starts in 2009-10) further adds to what could be a deep Hurricanes backcourt this season; averaged 3.8 ppg last season and proved a factor on defense with 23 steals.

Hometown New York, N.Y. Brooklyn, N.Y. Milwaukee, Wis. Lagos, Nigeria Skyway, Wash. Boca Raton, Fla. Hinesville, Ga. Douala, Cameroon Pontiac, Mich. Apex, N.C. Pembroke Pines, Fla.. Stone Mountain, Ga. North Hollywood, Calif. Winston-Salem, N.C. Durham, N.C.

2010-11 Hurricane Schedule Date N12 N15 N19 N21 N24 N27 N30 D4 D12 D18

Opponent TV Time Jacksonville ...............................................7:30 at Memphis ...............................ESPN midnight North Carolina Central ................ FSFL .......7:00 at Rutgers ..................................................4:00 McNeese State ...........................................7:30 at Florida Gulf Coast ...................................7:05 Mississippi .......................FSFL/NESN .......7:00 West Virginia...............................SUN .......4:00 Stetson.......................................................4:00 vs. UCF.......................SUN/FSFL/CSN .......2:00 Orange Bowl Classic, Sunrise, Fla D21 vs. Oral Roberts ...........................................tba Las Vegas Holiday Hoops Classic D22 vs. Rice ........................................................tba Las Vegas Holiday Hoops Classic D23 vs. Akron ......................................................tba Las Vegas Holiday Hoops Classic D30 Pepperdine .................................................6:00 J2 at Duke ........................................ FSN .......7:45 J8 at Clemson ............................. ESPNU .......6:00 J15 Boston College ....................... ESPNU .......6:00 J19 Florida State ................................RSN .......9:00 J23 at NC State .................... ACC Network ..... Noon J26 North Carolina .............#ESPN/ESPN2 .......7:30 J30 at Virginia Tech ........................... FSN .......5:30 F3 Georgia Tech ...............#ESPN/ESPN2 .......7:00 F5 Virginia.......................................................2:00 F9 at Wake Forest ............................RSN .......7:00 F13 Duke............................................ FSN .......6:45 F15 at UNCG .....................................................7:00 F20 Clemson ................................. ESPNU .......3:30 F23 at Boston College .......................................7:00 F26 at Florida State ....ACC Network (split) .......2:00 M2 Maryland ................................ ESPNU .......7:00 M6 at Georgia Tech ............. ACC Network .......2:30 M10-13 ACC Tournament (Greensboro Coliseum)


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Miami 2009-10 Final Statistics (20-13, 4-12 12th in ACC) OVERALL Dwayne Collins James Dews Durand Scott Malcolm Grant Adrian Thomas Reggie Johnson DeQuan Jones Garrius Adams Julian Gamble Cyrus McGowan Antoine Allen Donnavan Kirk Ryan Quigtar Total Opponents

GP 29 33 33 33 33 32 28 32 33 32 17 4 5 33 33

GS 28 33 28 8 4 6 20 7 11 20 0 0 0

Min 716 964 917 813 726 434 466 540 440 412 137 26 9

24.7 29.2 27.8 24.6 22.0 13.6 16.6 16.9 13.3 12.9 8.1 6.5 1.8

Avg

128 212 .604 147 328 .448 126 277 .455 99 252 .393 79 184 .429 60 115 .522 65 122 .533 38 118 .322 45 94 .479 37 70 .529 13 36 .361 4 7 .571 2 5 .400 843 1820 .463 737 1813 .407

FG FGA

ACC GAMES Dwayne Collins Durand Scott James Dews Malcolm Grant Adrian Thomas Reggie Johnson Julian Gamble Garrius Adams DeQuan Jones Cyrus McGowan Antoine Allen Total Opponents

GP 15 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 13 15 4 16 16

GS 14 14 16 3 3 3 8 7 5 7 0

Min 399 464 508 412 378 222 238 284 142 140 13

26.6 29.0 31.8 25.8 23.6 13.9 14.9 17.8 1.9 9.3 3.3

Avg

FG 61 64 61 45 35 22 27 20 18 8 1 362 380

FGA 103 136 167 127 89 45 57 62 37 19 3 845 863

Pct 3FG 0 52 16 61 67 0 6 26 1 6 10 0 0 245 210

FGA Pct FT 0 .000 91 143 .364 35 58 .276 71 148 .412 59 159 .421 15 0 .000 84 26 .231 24 89 .292 19 3 .333 24 19 .316 21 24 .417 13 0 .000 2 1 .000 1 670 .366 459 635 .331 452

Pct 3FG FGA

FTA 160 47 106 78 20 107 36 29 34 37 19 2 2 677 645

Pct

.569 .745 .670 .756 .750 .785 .667 .655 .706 .568 .684 1.000 .500 .678 .701

Pct FT FTA Pct 46 76 .605 45 68 .662 28 33 .848 23 33 .697 10 12 .833 44 54 .815 11 18 .611 9 11 .818 9 11 .818 5 8 .625 0 0 .000 230 324 .710 263 365 .721

.592 0 0 .000 .471 6 26 .231 .365 15 66 .227 .354 29 74 .392 .393 29 77 .377 .489 0 0 .000 .474 1 3 .333 .323 13 48 .271 .486 1 8 .125 .421 1 5 .200 .333 1 1 1.000 .428 96 308 .312 .440 108 280 .386

Off Tot 85 225 18 97 29 131 5 62 20 90 59 148 16 60 19 66 39 96 32 84 0 13 4 9 2 2 385 1186 371 1082 Off 37 15 8 1 9 23 19 7 4 8 0 163 189

Avg 7.8 2.9 4.0 1.9 2.7 4.6 2.1 2.1 2.9 2.6 0.8 2.3 0.4 35.9 32.8

PF DQ A TO BK ST Pts 68 1 34 71 32 17 347 63 3 52 42 6 33 381 69 2 113 73 6 41 339 43 0 117 66 2 20 318 75 3 46 28 7 23 240 70 1 13 24 21 16 204 31 0 15 40 16 15 160 20 0 19 25 6 23 121 59 2 24 37 25 17 115 59 0 14 31 24 11 101 11 0 12 14 1 10 49 2 0 0 3 0 2 10 3 0 2 1 0 1 5 573 12 461 464 146 229 2390 584 14 417 448 105 239 2136

12.0 11.5 10.3 9.6 7.3 6.4 5.7 3.8 3.5 3.2 2.9 2.5 1.0 72.4 64.7

Tot Avg

PF DQ A TO BK ST Pts 40 0 13 41 20 10 168 39 1 38 35 3 20 179 45 3 27 18 4 15 165 22 0 56 29 1 9 142 45 3 18 21 1 14 109 41 1 4 11 8 6 88 33 2 10 15 12 11 66 11 0 9 11 2 10 62 13 0 4 18 3 3 46 21 0 5 9 8 2 22 2 0 0 1 0 1 3 312 10 184 213 62 101 1050 276 5 236 194 54 110 1131

11.2 11.2 10.3 8.9 6.8 5.5 4.1 3.9 3.5 1.5 0.8 65.6 70.7

100 6.7 57 3.6 49 3.1 30 1.9 42 2.6 67 4.2 47 2.9 27 1.7 17 1.3 22 1.5 0 0.0 507 31.7 559 34.9

Avg

Avg

2009-10 Game Results UM Opp Results AP USA AP USA W/L N14 North Carolina Central .............................................. W N16 Nova SE .................................................................... W N19 #Tulane..................................................................... W N20 #UNC Wilmington..................................................... W N22 #South Carolina ........................................................ W N25 Florida Gulf Coast ..................................................... W N28 SC Upstate................................................................ W D2 Minnesota................................................................. W D6 at Boston College .......................................................L D12 South Carolina State ................................................. W D16 at Stetson ................................................................. W D19 #Florida Atlantic........................................................ W D21 North Carolina A&T .................................................. W D30 Bethune-Cookman .................................................... W J3 at Pepperdine ........................................................... W J9 Wake Forest.............................................................. W J13 at Virginia Tech......... 23 .......x....................................L J16 at Virginia ................. 23 .......x....................................L J19 Boston College ...........................................................L J26 at Maryland ................................................................L J31 Virginia Tech ............................................................ W F2 at Wake Forest............................................................L F6 at Florida State ...........................................................L F10 Georgia Tech ............................................................ W F13 at Clemson .................................................................L F17 Duke .................................................. 6 ...... 6 .............L F23 Virginia ..................................................................... W F27 NC State .....................................................................L M2 at North Carolina ........................................................L M6 Florida State ...............................................................L ACC Tournament M11 #Wake Forest............................................................ W M12 #Virginia Tech .......................................................... W M13 #Duke ................................................ 4 ...... 4 .............L

Score 83-53 108-58 74-54 67-60 85-70 77-58 70-41 63-58 60-61 91-54 69-49 87-69 80-59 73-55 86-63 67-66 66-81 57-75 75-79 59-81 82-75 53-62 65-71 64-62 66-74 74-81 74-62 66-71 62-69 60-61

UM FGs 30-52 35-66 27-54 26-52 30-56 26-65 29-59 25-66 25-53 33-59 26-46 30-69 30-68 24-49 30-57 25-54 21-61 17-54 26-55 18-47 24-38 16-54 22-50 23-62 26-50 25-45 28-59 24-51 23-66 19-46

UM FG% .577 .530 .500 .500 .536 .400 .492 .446 .472 .559 .565 .435 .441 .590 .526 .463 .344 .315 .473 .383 .632 .296 .440 .371 .520 .556 .475 .471 .348 .413

UM FTs 14-20 24-28 14-22 12-24 17-29 12-26 5-8 6-11 5-6 10-14 11-20 19-29 9-15 16-27 13-20 11-17 18-31 19-26 16-22 19-25 25-32 15-20 15-22 10-16 7-17 20-27 11-13 12-16 8-12 19-22

UM FT% .700 .857 .636 .500 .586 .462 .625 .545 .833 .714 .550 .655 .600 .593 .650 .647 .581 .731 .727 .760 .781 .750 .682 .625 .412 .741 .846 .750 .667 .864

Opp FGs 23-53 20-61 20-50 21-55 26-76 23-56 16-46 22-51 20-58 18-54 17-51 23-59 20-55 18-52 20-57 21-58 25-53 29-56 31-63 28-55 25-53 18-44 24-50 24-62 20-44 25-60 20-57 24-47 23-57 23-46

Opp FG% .434 .328 .400 .382 .342 .411 .348 .431 .345 .333 .333 .390 .364 .346 .351 .362 .472 .518 .492 .509 .472 .409 .480 .387 .455 .417 .351 .511 .404 .500

Opp FTs .667 .800 .714 .706 .467 .647 .875 .467 .720 .750 .769 .652 .571 .682 .800 .800 .727 .688 .588 .720 .833 .778 .630 .500 .806 .818 .800 .613 .739 .625

Reb Mar +11 +28 +11 +3 +26 -1 +8 +1 -25 +5 +14 +24 +21 -1 +9 +1 -6 Even +7 -6 -1 +2 -2 -3 -3 +2 +8 +2 -24 -4

TO 23/26 16/21 15/11 21/18 24/10 16/23 13/21 14/12 6/11 13/20 11/8 16/13 12/17 11/14 12/11 15/10 13/15 12/9 11/5 17/11 20/15 18/16 14/11 12/13 14/11 22/15 8/8 14/10 8/17 9/17

Half 39-25 61-18 31-26 27-26 34-31 39-23 38-20 25-30 25-31 40-25 36-25 55-31 44-22 35-25 45-36 36-31 23-50 21-33 45-35 31-48 47-30 27-36 31-32 41-27 28-33 37-25 33-32 30-30 26-36 22-30

83-62 70-65 74-77

30-58 25-54 25-55

.517 .463 .455

15-18 16-21 16-21

.833 .762 .762

20-57 24-63 26-54

.351 .381 .481

.643 .611 .750

+5 +17 -14

8/10 18/8 8/11

41-27 35-37 35-32


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Frank Haith, Miami Head Coach

The 11th head basketball coach in University of Miami history, Frank Haith enters his seventh season at the helm of the Hurricane basketball program ... in his first six seasons, Haith has led the Hurricanes to four post-season appearances and already has more post-season wins than any coach in Miami history ... under Haith, the Hurricanes have advanced past the first round of postseason play in each of their last three trips to the postseason ... in 2008-09, Haith’s Hurricanes ranked among the nation’s Top 25 in both pre-season polls for just the second time in program history ... in 2007-08, Miami won 23 games en route to the program’s first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2002 where they defeated St. Mary’s 78-64 in the opening round for the program’s first NCAA Tournament victory in eight years ... in his first six seasons at Miami, Haith has four post-season appearances, 13 wins over ranked opponents and five ACC Tournament wins ... in 16 seasons as an assistant at the Division I collegiate level, Haith worked with programs that won one NIT Championship, advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16 three times, reached one Elite Eight in another and one Final Four in another ... prior to his arrival in Coral Gables, he spent three seasons at the University of Texas and was promoted to Associate Head Coach in April 2003 ... in his three seasons in Austin, Haith helped guide Texas to a 73-27 record, trips to the Sweet 16 in 2002 and 2004 and the Final Four in 2003 ... Haith also has experience coaching in the ACC, spending five seasons at Wake Forest (1997-2001).

Haith Year by Year Year 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07

Conference PostSchool Overall W-L Finish Season Miami ...................... 16-13............7-9 .......... t6th ....... NIT 0-1 Miami ...................... 18-16............7-9 .......... t7th ....... NIT 2-1 Miami ...................... 12-20..........4-12 ......... 12th ..................x

Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Conference PostSchool Overall W-L Finish Season Miami ..................... 23-11........... 8-8.......... t5th .... NCAA 1-1 Miami ..................... 19-13........... 7-9.......... t7th .......NIT 1-1 Miami ..................... 20-13......... 4-12......... 12th ................. x

Overall Conf. Games ACC Tournament NCAA Games NIT Games School Years W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. Miami................... (6) .......... 2005-10 .........108-86 .........557 ..........37-59 .........385 ..........5-6 ......... .454 ..........1-1 ........ .500 ......... 3-3 ..........500 Totals ..............(6) ........ 2005-10 .......108-86 ..... .557 ....... 37-59 ..... .385 ....... 5-6 ...... .454 ....... 1-1 .......500 ......... 3-3 ...... .500

Miami Coaching Records Career Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Art Webb ...................... (3) Tom McCann ................ (2) Hart Morris ................. (10) W.H. Steers .................. (1) Dave Wike .................... (2) Bruce Hale .................. (13) Ron Godfrey ................. (4) Bill Foster ..................... (5) Leonard Hamilton ....... (10) Perry Clark ................... (4) Frank Haith ................... (6)

ACC Games Only 1.

Years W 1927-28, 1931 18 1929, 1932 30 1939-42, 47-52 119 1946 8 1953-1954 14 1955-1967 220 1968-1971 47 1986-1990 78 1991-2000 144 2001-2004 65 2005-2010 108

Years Frank Haith ................... (6) 2005-2010

W 37

L 12 7 82 5 22 112 57 71 147 54 86

Pct. .600 .811 .592 .615 .389 .663 .452 .523 .495 .546 .557

L 59

Pct. .385

ACC Tournament

W 5

L 6

Pct. .454

NCAA Tournament

No. Leonard Hamilton ..............................(3) Frank Haith ........................................(1) Bruce Hale .........................................(1) Perry Clark ........................................(1)

W 3 1 0 0

L 3 1 1 1

Pct. .500 .500 .000 .000

NIT

No. Frank Haith ........................................(3) Bruce Hale .........................................(3) Leonard Hamilton ..............................(2) Perry Clark ........................................(1)

W 3 1 0 0

L 3 3 2 1

Pct. .500 .250 .000 .000

1.

1. 2. 3.

1. 2. 3.

Years Frank Haith ................... (6) 2005-2010


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Miami (1954-2010) Non Conf. 5-10 10-11 14-12 13-13 14-8 18-7 23-4 20-7 14-12 23-5 20-7 22-4 15-11 15-11 17-11 14-10 9-17 7-19 14-14 15-16 17-14 19-12 13-15 9-19

PostSeason NCAA 0-1 NIT 0-1 NIT 1-1 NIT 0-1 -

Final Final AP Coach 10 19 -

AllConf. -

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

PPG Offense 67.7 83.5 78.0 79.1 87.6 89.9 82.6 79.7 89.6 95.4 98.4 87.3 87.3 81.8 84.6 82.0 88.2 82.4 71.6 75.2 79.1 90.6 71.9 72.4

FG% .386 .365 .399 .421 .449 .462 .421 .457 .452 .461 .437 .437 .444 .467 .444 .442 .435 .476 .452 .491 .492 .428 .440

PPG FT% Defense 77.4 .706 81.3 .708 83.3 .697 74.6 .696 80.8 .739 81.2 .671 75.4 .683 78.7 .738 78.6 .760 87.1 .796 84.2 .709 84.9 .709 84.9 .722 80.4 .729 86.4 .710 85.0 .692 96.9 .616 91.3 .657 76.1 .681 75.3 .716 77.4 .707 89.6 .649 76.1 .702 74.2

Opp. FG% .384 .396 .381 .384 .407 .405 .426 .435 .459 .436 .434 .434 .452 .438 .457 .484 .480 .472 .439 .438 .488 .474 .474

Reb. Mar. 6.0 -5.5 2.6 9.0 2.9 6.4 9.1 14.5 8.0 11.2 2.4 2.4 9.6 -0.2 10.5 -2.3 -2.5 -0.1 3.6 -1.3 -4.5 -6.5 0.5

Year 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

B-East Non Head Coach Overall B-East Finish Trn. Conf. Leonard Hamilton ...... 8-24 1-17 (10) 1-1 7-7 Leonard Hamilton .... 10-17 7-11 (9) 0-1 3-6 Leonard Hamilton ...... 7-20 0-18 (10) 0-1 7-2 Leonard Hamilton .... 15-13 9-9 (5) 0-1 6-4 Leonard Hamilton .... 15-13 8-10 (4-BE7) 1-1 7-3 Leonard Hamilton .... 16-13 9-9 (T4-BE7) 1-1 7-4 Leonard Hamilton .... 18-10 11-7 (2-BE7) 0-1 7-3 Leonard Hamilton ...... 23-7 15-3 (2) 1-1 8-4 Leonard Hamilton .... 23-11 13-3 (T1) 1-1 10-8 Perry Clark ............... 16-13 8-8 (T3-East) 0-1 8-5 Perry Clark ................. 24-8 10-6 (2-East) 1-1 14-2 Perry Clark ............... 11-17 4-12 (T6-East) 0-1 7-5 Perry Clark ............... 14-16 4-12 (13) 10-4

PostSeason NIT 0-1 NIT 0-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 2-1 NIT 0-1 NCAA 0-1 -

Final Final AllAP Coach B-East 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 10 12 2 23 25 2 1 21 21 3 1 1

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0

PPG Offense 60.7 71.4 62.6 64.5 67.3 65.1 70.1 72.6 69.0 70.3 74.8 69.9 71.6

FG% .397 .433 .419 .401 .423 .416 .440 .473 .431 .413 .430 .425 .449

PPG FT% Defense .640 67.5 .599 74.2 .585 70.7 .651 67.4 .629 66.9 .647 62.8 .661 65.6 .699 65.0 .748 62.6 .717 67.7 .771 67.4 .717 68.7 .705 68.9

Opp. FG% .436 .443 .397 .402 .413 .380 .379 .384 .394 .430 .400 .436 .452

Reb. Mar. -1.4 -2.7 1.4 0.5 3.1 -0.7 1.4 4.8 2.3 -2.0 -1.8 1.7 1.6

Year 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Head Coach Overall Frank Haith................16-13 Frank Haith................18-16 Frank Haith................12-20 Frank Haith................23-11 Frank Haith................19-13 Frank Haith................20-13

PostSeason NIT 0-1 NIT 1-1 NCAA 1-1 NIT 1-1 -

Final Final AP Coach -

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

PPG Offense 71.4 67.9 71.2 74.8 72.7 72.4

FG% .430 .435 .435 .437 .427 .463

PPG FT% Defense .673 69.7 .697 65.1 .702 72.9 .747 67.9 .683 66.3 .678 64.7

Opp. FG% .426 .415 .463 .407 .368 .407

Reb. Mar. 4.3 2.3 1.9 2.1 5.2 3.2

Year Head Coach Overall Conf. Finish 1954 Dave Wike ...................5-10 1955 Bruce Hale ................10-11 1956 Bruce Hale ................14-12 1957 Bruce Hale ................13-13 1958 Bruce Hale ..................14-8 1959 Bruce Hale ..................18-7 1960 Bruce Hale ..................23-4 1961 Bruce Hale ..................20-7 1962 Bruce Hale ................14-12 1963 Bruce Hale ..................23-5 1964 Bruce Hale ..................20-7 1965 Bruce Hale ..................22-4 1966 Bruce Hale ................15-11 1967 Bruce Hale ................15-11 1968 Ron Godfrey..............17-11 1969 Ron Godfrey..............14-10 1970 Ron Godfrey................9-17 1971 Ron Godfrey................7-19 1972-85 DID NOT COMPETE 1986 Bill Foster ..................14-14 1987 Bill Foster ..................15-16 1988 Bill Foster ..................17-14 1989 Bill Foster ..................19-12 1990 Bill Foster ..................13-15 1991 Leonard Hamilton .......9-19 -

ACC Finish 7-9 (T6) 7-9 (T7) 4-12 (12) 8-8 (T5) 7-9 (T8) 4-12 (12)

Conf. Trn. -

ACC Trn. 0-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 2-1

Non Conf. 9-3 10-6 8-8 14-2 12-3 14-0

AllACC 2 1 1 1 1 0


NORTH CAROLINA TAR HEELS 2010-11 Tar Heel Roster Bold denotes returning starter

No. 1 2 5 11 24 25 31 35 40 44

Player

Dexter Strickland Leslie McDonald Kendall Marshall Larry Drew II Justin Watts Justin Knox John Henson Reggie Bullock Harrison Barnes Tyler Zeller

Head Coach: Assistants:

Heel Hype

Cl.

So. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Gr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr.

Pos.

G G G G G F F G F F

Hgt.

6-3 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-4 6-9 6-10 6-5 1/2 6-8 7-0

Wgt.

180 215 186 180 210 240 210 190 210 250

Hometown

Rahway, N.J. Memphis, Tenn. Dumfries, Va. Encino, Calif. Durham, N.C. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tampa, Fla. Kinston, N.C. Ames, Iowa Washington, Ind.

Roy Williams (North Carolina ‘72) Steve Robinson (Radford ‘81) Jerod Haase (Kansas ‘97) C.B. McGrath (Kansas ‘98)

Coach Roy Williams’ eighth team as North Carolina’s head coach will feature one returning starter and five key reserves from the 2009-10 team that finished 20-17 overall, tied for ninth in the ACC at 5-11 and posted a runner-up finish in the NIT … UNC has posted at least 20 wins six straight seasons and 52 times in the program’s 100-year history … Williams owns a 614-155 (.798) record in 22 seasons as a head coach, including a 196-54 (.784) mark and two NCAA titles in his first seven years at UNC … each of Williams’ 22 teams as a college head coach (15 at Kansas, seven at UNC) won at least 19 games … Williams’ 196 overall wins as an ACC head coach rank 14th on the conference’s list, and his 86 ACC wins rank 13th … the 2010-11 Tar Heels will be missing NBA lottery selection Ed Davis (13.4 ppg, 9.6 rpg) and graduated senior starters Marcus Ginyard and Deon Thompson (the NCAA’s all-time leader in career games played with 152) ... the team’s lone returning starter from a year ago is junior forward Tyler Zeller ... Zeller returned from a midseason foot injury that sidelined him for 10 games to average 9.3 ppg and 4.7 rpg …point guard Larry Drew returns for his junior season; averaged 8.5 points per game in 2009-10 while ranking third among ACC players in assists with 6.0 per game … two key players return to help anchor the frontcourt … John Henson stepped into the starting lineup following an injury to Ed Davis last February and wound up averaging 5.7 points and 4.4 rebounds (9.4 ppg and 7.1 rpg over the last 16 games of the season) … guard Dexter Strickland will return after appearing in 36 games last season as a freshman (four starts) and scoring in double figures on five occasions … sophomore guard Leslie McDonald saw action in 34 games a year ago and averaged 3.4 points per game ... Justin Knox, a 6-foot-9 240-pound forward transfer from Alabama, averaged 6.3 points and 3.7 rebounds in 19.8 minutes of play for the Crimson Tide last season.

2010-11 Tar Heel Schedule Date Opponent TV Time N12 Lipscomb .................................. FSSO .......7:00 N18 vs. Hofstra ..............................ESPN2 .......5:00 Puerto Rico Tip-Off, San Juan, P.R. N19 in Puerto Rico Tip-Off ............ ESPNU ....6/8:30 Puerto Rico Tip-Off, San Juan, P.R. N21 in Puerto Rico Tip-Off .............ESPN2 .........tba Puerto Rico Tip-Off, San Juan, P.R. N23 UNC Asheville .................FSSO/NESN .......7:00 N28 College of Charleston .................. FSN .......5:30 N30 at Illinois ...................................ESPN .......9:30 D4 Kentucky ..................................... CBS .....12:30 D8 at Evansville ........................... ESPNU .......7:00 D11 Long Beach State ...................... FSSO .......7:00 D18 vs. Texas ..................................... CBS .......4:00 Greensboro (N.C.) Coliseum D21 William & Mary .......................ESPN2 .......7:00 D28 vs. Rutgers..............................ESPN2 .......9:00 Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. J2 St. Francis, Pa. ........FSSO/SUN/NESN .......3:30 J8 at Virginia ...................... ACC Network ..... Noon J13 Virginia Tech ...............#ESPN/ESPN2 .......9:00 J16 at Georgia Tech ........................... FSN .......7:45 J18 Clemson ........................ ACC Network .......8:00 J26 at Miami ......................#ESPN/ESPN2 .......7:30 J29 NC State ....................................ESPN .......2:00 F1 at Boston College .......... ACC Network .......9:00 F6 Florida State ................................ FSN .......2:00 F9 at Duke .................................. R/ESPN .......9:00 F12 at Clemson ..........ACC Network (split) .......1:00 F15 Wake Forest ........ACC Network (split) .......8:00 F19 Boston College ............#ESPN/ESPN2 .......4:00 F23 at NC State ..........ACC Network (split) .......9:00 F27 Maryland ..................................... FSN .......7:45 M2 at Florida State ............#ESPN/ESPN2 .......7:00 M5 Duke............................................ CBS .......8:00 M10-13 ACC Tournament (Greensboro Coliseum)


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North Carolina 2009-10 Final Statistics (20-17, 5-11 tie 9th in ACC) OVERALL Deon Thompson Ed Davis Will Graves Tyler Zeller Larry Drew II Marcus Ginyard John Henson Dexter Strickland Travis Wear Leslie McDonald David Wear Justin Watts Thomas Thornton Terrence Petree Marc Campbell James Gallagher Total Opponents

GP 37 23 36 27 37 33 37 36 32 34 27 23 12 12 12 12 37 37

GS Min Avg 37 994 26.9 23 641 27.9 33 873 24.3 0 470 17.4 36 1064 28.8 31 1007 30.5 12 581 15.7 4 627 17.4 1 328 10.3 0 351 10.3 2 280 10.4 2 143 6.2 1 27 2.3 0 19 1.6 1 33 2.8 1 21 1.8

ACC GAMES Deon Thompson Will Graves Ed Davis Larry Drew II John Henson Tyler Zeller Marcus Ginyard Dexter Strickland Travis Wear Leslie McDonald David Wear Terrence Petree Marc Campbell Justin Watts Thomas Thornton James Gallagher Total Opponents

GP GS 16 16 16 15 8 8 16 15 16 6 6 0 16 14 16 2 11 1 15 0 12 0 4 0 4 1 6 0 4 1 4 1 16 16

Min 430 453 231 484 271 105 461 289 148 168 117 4 7 20 6 6

Avg 26.9 28.3 28.9 3.3 16.9 17.5 28.8 18.1 13.5 11.2 9.8 1.0 1.8 3.3 1.5 1.5

FG FGA 404 192 314 192 266 224 181 154 104 136 71 37 6 4 6 1 2292 2389

.485 0 2 .578 0 0 .366 73 197 .521 0 2 .402 38 108 .406 25 81 .486 4 18 .435 8 32 .413 2 6 .309 11 53 .437 8 16 .405 4 9 .333 2 5 .750 0 0 .167 1 5 .000 0 0 .442 176 534 .412 284 828

.000 .000 .371 .000 .352 .309 .222 .250 .333 .208 .500 .444 .400 .000 .200 .000 .330 .343

FTA 166 132 62 72 104 70 73 78 31 29 16 14 2 2 2 1 854 585

.693 .659 .806 .722 .606 .671 .438 .692 .742 .655 .563 .429 .000 .000 .500 .000 .653 .699

105 247 66 220 55 167 52 126 13 98 55 160 59 162 6 55 36 69 17 50 17 45 8 19 1 3 1 6 0 1 1 3 555 1551 483 1354

PF DQ A TO BK ST Pts 80 3 31 63 33 38 507 42 0 22 46 64 10 309 62 0 31 33 7 23 353 49 0 7 34 23 13 252 71 0 221 121 1 30 315 56 1 92 65 4 44 254 39 0 34 44 60 24 212 61 0 71 62 3 33 196 35 0 7 24 2 8 111 31 0 22 18 5 9 114 20 0 11 20 2 7 79 12 0 18 15 4 5 40 3 0 1 3 0 1 6 1 0 1 2 0 0 6 1 0 4 5 0 3 4 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 564 4 575 561 208 249 2758 713 21 536 507 167 318 2661

13.7 13.4 9.8 9.3 8.5 7.7 5.7 5.4 3.5 3.4 2.9 1.7 0.5 0.5 0.3 0.0 74.5 71.9

FG FGA 69 153 55 153 29 62 47 126 43 86 15 39 32 99 31 67 18 46 20 66 15 33 2 3 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 376 938 417 1001

Pct 3FG FGA .451 0 1 .359 37 98 .468 0 0 .373 18 52 .500 0 5 .385 0 0 .323 7 37 .463 4 15 .391 0 2 .303 8 29 .455 4 8 .667 0 0 .000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .401 78 250 .417 118 326

Pct FT FTA .000 49 67 .378 30 35 .000 23 38 .346 28 53 .000 20 45 .000 9 15 .189 27 39 .267 25 35 .000 11 16 .276 12 16 .500 3 6 .000 0 0 .000 1 2 .000 1 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .312 239 369 .362 207 283

Pct .731 .857 .605 .528 .444 .600 .692 .714 .688 .750 .500 .000 .500 .500 .000 .000 .648 .731

Off Tot Avg 33 80 5.0 29 89 5.6 19 67 8.4 6 41 2.6 32 80 5.0 14 26 4.3 26 84 5.3 4 26 1.6 19 34 3.1 8 26 1.7 10 23 1.9 1 3 0.8 0 0 0.0 1 1 0.2 0 0 0.0 0 1 0.3 236 635 39.7 212 598 37.4

PF DQ A TO 40 3 8 27 31 0 16 17 20 0 3 17 33 0 90 51 18 0 9 24 10 0 2 14 29 0 29 26 30 0 25 29 15 0 3 14 13 0 8 5 12 0 2 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 3 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 256 3 196 240 313 8 240 190

Avg 11.7 11.1 10.1 8.8 6.6 6.5 6.1 5.7 4.3 4.0 3.1 1.0 0.3 0.2 0.0 0.0 66.8 72.4

196 111 115 100 107 91 88 67 43 42 31 15 2 3 1 0 1012 984

Pct 3FG FGA

Pct FT 115 87 50 52 63 47 32 54 23 19 9 6 0 0 1 0 558 409

Pct

Off Tot Avg 6.7 9.6 4.6 4.7 2.6 4.8 4.4 1.5 2.2 1.5 1.7 0.8 0.3 0.5 0.1 0.3 41.9 36.6

BK 18 6 21 1 28 5 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 82 75

ST Pts 15 187 12 177 3 81 12 140 9 106 4 39 13 98 18 91 5 47 3 60 1 37 0 4 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 96 1069 134 1159

Avg

2009-10 Game Results UNC Opp Results AP USA AP USA W/L Score N9 Florida International.... 6 .......4.................................. W 88-72 N11 NC Central .................. 6 .......4.................................. W 89-42 N15 Valparaiso................... 6 .......4.................................. W 88-77 N19 #Ohio State................. 6 .......4......... 15 .... 15 ........... W 77-73 N20 #Syracuse................... 6 .......4............x .... 24 .............L 71-87 N23 Gardner-Webb .......... 11 .....12.................................. W 93-72 N29 Nevada ..................... 11 .....12.................................. W 80-73 D1 Michigan State.......... 10 .....11........... 9 ...... 9 ........... W 89-82 D5 at Kentucky............... 10 .....11........... 5 ...... 4 .............L 66-68 D12 Presbyterian ............. 11 .....10.................................. W 103-64 D19 at Texas .................... 10 .....10........... 2 ...... 2 .............L 90-103 D22 Marshall ................... 10 .....10.................................. W 98-61 D28 Rutgers....................... 9 .......9.................................. W 81-67 D30 Albany ........................ 9 .......9.................................. W 87-70 at College of Charleston . 9 .......9....................................L ot 79-82 J4 J10 Virginia Tech .............. 9 .......9.................................. W 78-64 J13 at Clemson ............... 12 .....13......... 24 .... 19 .............L 64-83 J16 Georgia Tech ............ 12 .....13......... 20 .... 18 .............L 71-73 J20 Wake Forest.............. 12 .....13....................................L 69-82 J26 at NC State ............................................................... W 77-63 J31 Virginia .......................................................................L 60-75 F4 at Virginia Tech...........................................................L 70-74 F7 at Maryland ................................................................L 71-92 F10 Duke .................................................. 8 ...... 7 .............L 54-64 F13 NC State ................................................................... W 74-61 F16 at Georgia Tech ..........................................................L 51-68 F20 at Boston College .......................................................L 67-71 F24 Florida State ...............................................................L 67-77 F27 at Wake Forest.......................................................... W 77-68 M2 Miami ....................................................................... W 69-62 M6 at Duke .............................................. 4 ...... 4 .............L 50-82 ACC Tournament M11 #Georgia Tech ............................................................L 58-62 National Invitation Tournament (#4 Seed) 80-72 M16 William & Mary (#5) ................................................. W M20 at Mississippi State (#1)........................................... W 76-74 M23 at UAB (#2)............................................................... W 60-55 M30 #Rhode Island .......................................................... W ot 68-67 A1 #Dayton ......................................................................L 68-79

UNC FGs 34-61 35-69 32-57 26-53 24-63 37-66 32-68 33-57 26-67 40-74 36-75 34-71 27-59 33-66 27-71 28-52 27-61 22-58 26-71 29-57 20-56 23-53 26-69 20-58 25-60 19-59 25-64 21-50 26-65 23-57 16-48

UNC FG% .557 .593 .561 .491 .381 .561 .471 .579 .388 .541 .480 .479 .458 .500 .380 .538 .443 .379 .366 .509 .357 .434 .377 .345 .417 .322 .391 .420 .400 .404 .333

UNC FTs 16-19 14-19 18-29 18-25 19-26 18-33 12-24 18-30 7-13 16-22 11-19 23-29 24-35 17-27 24-34 17-22 7-10 20-24 11-15 13-22 11-22 20-30 14-21 9-16 19-29 10-24 16-24 19-28 19-33 17-23 17-26

UNC FT% .842 .737 .621 .720 .731 .545 .500 .600 .538 .727 .579 .793 .686 .630 .706 .773 .700 .833 .733 .591 .500 .667 .667 .563 .655 .417 .667 .679 .576 .739 .654

Opp FGs 25-68 14-55 29-67 26-61 37-68 26-69 31-75 34-79 25-54 25-61 36-87 28-78 30-70 26-64 33-76 24-67 29-61 28-65 30-60 23-59 27-52 26-67 35-68 22-69 23-56 25-56 27-67 27-57 22-74 23-66 26-57

Opp FG% .368 .255 .433 .426 .544 .377 .413 .430 .444 .410 .414 .359 .429 .406 .434 .358 .475 .431 .500 .390 .519 .388 .515 .319 .411 .446 .403 .474 .297 .348 .456

Opp FTs .824 .556 .700 .682 .400 .714 1.000 .750 .636 .714 .706 .250 .444 .692 .500 .667 .900 .733 .722 .591 .778 .818 .833 .611 .588 .500 .846 .667 .625 .667 .957

23-69

.333

10-14

.714

24-56

.429

.563

28-57 32-66 22-53 29-83 26-61

.491 .485 .415 .349 .426

18-26 7-10 13-20 8-16 8-15

.692 .700 .650 .500 .533

26-62 24-58 15-52 25-68 29-60

.419 .414 .288 .368 .483

1.000 .714 .731 .667 .625

Reb Mar +15 +22 +19 -4 +5 +18 +3 Even -2 +22 -19 +19 +11 +3 +20 +3 +8 +5 -4 +9 +5 +4 +1 -9 +12 -5 -4 -5 +2 +24 -9

TO 26/20 19/21 14/9 19/16 19/16 16/22 8/7 17/11 16/21 9/17 16/13 17/18 16/13 18/24 13/10 18/12 26/14 17/13 9/12 10/10 17/16 19/10 14/13 12/8 10/12 19/20 11/7 14/15 12/11 17/8 15/9

Half 46-30 51-20 38-31 38-24 39-37 53-38 46-39 50-34 28-43 56-21 41-54 44-35 39-33 46-29 36-37 34-38 32-50 28-42 33-36 37-33 30-35 35-33 34-44 27-28 33-31 21-41 36-37 33-48 32-28 36-26 26-53

+9 10/14

34-24

+2 +9 +2 +15 -7

11/17 11/8 15/12 17/18 15/11

43-33 36-33 25-25 30-30 32-45


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Roy Williams, North Carolina Head Coach

Named the 18th head basketball coach at the University of North Carolina on April 14, 2003, Roy Williams begins his eighth season at North Carolina and 23rd overall as a head coach ... with a 614-155 (.798) career mark in 22 seasons, Williams has the secondhighest winning percentage (.798) of any active coach in Division I and has averaged 27.9 wins per year in his 22 seasons as a head coach ... Williams, one of only two coaches in NCAA history to win 30 or more games at least nine times, led Kansas and North Carolina to 20 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances (1990-to-2009) and is the only coach to win an NCAA Tournament game in 20 consecutive seasons ... inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on September 7, 2007 ... in 2008-09, the Tar Heels captured their second NCAA title in five years and fifth overall, defeating Michigan State 89-72 before 72,922 at Detroit’s Ford Field ... North Carolina finished 34-4, including a 13-3 ACC mark in regular-season play ... in 2004-05, he led the Tar Heels to their first NCAA title since 1992-93, defeating Illinois 75-70 ... Williams earned National Coach of the Year honors by United State Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) and AP and ACC Coach of the Year by ACSMA in 2005-06 ... in 15 seasons at the University of Kansas, Williams compiled a 418-101 (.805) record and directed the Jayhawks to 14 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances - the fourth-longest streak by a coach in NCAA Tournament history ... at Kansas, Williams earned National Coach of the Year honors in 1990, 1991, 1992 and 1997 and was named the Big Eight/Big 12 Coach of the Year in nearly half (7 of 15) of his seasons in the conference ... was an assistant coach under Dean Smith at North Carolina for 10 seasons (1979-88).

Williams Year by Year Year 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99

Conference PostSchool Overall W-L Finish Season Kansas .......................19-12 ............ 6-8 ............ 6th...................x Kansas .........................30-5 .......... 11-3 .......... t2nd..... NCAA 1-1 Kansas .........................27-8 .......... 10-4 ............t1st..... NCAA 5-1 Kansas .........................27-5 .......... 11-3 .............1st..... NCAA 1-1 Kansas .........................29-7 .......... 11-3 .............1st..... NCAA 4-1 Kansas .........................27-8 ............ 9-5 ............ 3rd..... NCAA 2-1 Kansas .........................25-6 .......... 11-3 .............1st..... NCAA 2-1 Kansas .........................29-5 .......... 12-2 .............1st..... NCAA 3-1 Kansas .........................34-2 .......... 15-1 .............1st..... NCAA 2-1 Kansas .........................35-4 .......... 15-1 .............1st..... NCAA 1-1 Kansas .......................23-10 .......... 11-5 .......... t2nd..... NCAA 1-1

Year 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Conference PostSchool Overall W-L Finish Season Kansas .......................24-10 .......... 11-5 ............ 5th..... NCAA 1-1 Kansas .........................26-7 .......... 12-4 .......... t2nd..... NCAA 2-1 Kansas .........................33-4 .......... 16-0 .............1st..... NCAA 4-1 Kansas .........................30-8 .......... 14-2 .............1st..... NCAA 5-1 North Carolina ............19-11 ............ 8-8 ............ 5th..... NCAA 1-1 North Carolina .........33-4 ........14-2 ......... 1st ... NCAA 6-0 North Carolina ..............23-8 .......... 12-4 ............2nd..... NCAA 1-1 North Carolina ... (ACC) 31-7 .......... 11-5 ............t1st..... NCAA 3-1 North Carolina ... (ACC) 36-3 .......... 14-2 .............1st..... NCAA 4-1 North Carolina .........34-4 ........13-3 ......... 1st ... NCAA 6-0 North Carolina ............20-17 .......... 5-11 ........... t9th.........NIT 4-1

Overall Conf. Games ACC Tournament NCAA Games NIT Games School Years W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. Kansas ............... (15) .......... 1989-03 .......418-101 .........805 ........175-49 .........781 ............. x .............. x ......34-14 ........ .708................ x .............. x North Carolina...... (7) .......... 2004-10 .........196-54 .........784 ..........77-35 .........688 ..........9-5 ......... .643 ........21-4 ........ .840.............4-1 ..........800 Totals ............ (22) ........ 1989-10 ..... 614-155 ..... .798 ......252-84 ..... .750 ....... 9-5 ...... .643 .... 55-18 .......753 ......... 4-1 ...... .800

North Carolina Coaching Records Career Records 1. 2. 3. 4.

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

Years 1911-1914 1915-1916 1917-1919 1920-1921 1922-1923 1924 1925 1926 1927-1931 1932-1935 1936-1939 1940-1944 1945-1946 1947-1952 1953-1961 1962-1997 1998-2000 2001-2003 2004-2010

W 25 18 23 19 30 26 20 20 80 69 65 85 52 100 164 879 80 53 196

L 24 16 14 17 7 0 5 5 37 16 25 41 11 65 58 254 28 43 54

Pct. .531 .529 .622 .528 .811 1.000 .800 .800 .684 .812 .722 .622 .828 .604 .739 .776 .741 .552 .784

No. Roy Williams........................................ (1) Dean Smith ......................................... (4) Matt Doherty ........................................ (1)

W 4 7 2

L 1 3 1

Pct. .800 .700 .667

Nat Cartmell ...................(4) Charles Doak ..................(2) Howell Peacock ..............(3) Fred Boye .......................(2) No Coach .......................(2) Norman Shepard ............(1) Monk McDonald ............(1) Harlan Sanborn ..............(1) James Ashmore .............(5) George Sheppard ...........(4) Walter Skidmore ............(4) Bill Lange .......................(5) Ben Carnevale ................(2) Tom Scott ......................(6) Frank McGuire ...............(9) Dean Smith ...................(36) Bill Guthridge ..................(3) Matt Doherty ...................(3) Roy Williams...................(7)

NIT Tournament 1. 2. 3.

ACC Games Only

Years 1954-1961 1962-1997 2004-2010 1998-2000 2001-2003

W 84 364 77 32 23

L 25 136 35 16 25

Pct. .771 .728 .688 .667 .479

ACC Tournament

Years 1962-1997 1998-2000 2004-2010 1954-1961 2001-2003

W 58 5 9 9 3

L 23 2 5 6 3

Pct. .716 .714 .643 .600 .500

No. Roy Williams........................................ (6) Frank McGuire .................................... (2) Bill Guthridge ....................................... (3) Dean Smith ....................................... (27) Ben Carnevale ..................................... (1) Matt Doherty ........................................ (1) Bill Lange ............................................ (1)

W 21 5 8 65 2 1 0

L 4 1 3 27 1 1 2

Pct. .840 .833 .727 .707 .667 .500 .000

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Frank McGuire ...............(8) Dean Smith ..................(36) Roy Williams...................(7) Bill Guthridge ..................(3) Matt Doherty ...................(3) Dean Smith ..................(36) Bill Guthridge ..................(3) Roy Williams...................(7) Frank McGuire ...............(7) Matt Doherty ...................(3)

NCAA Tournament 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.


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North Carolina (1954-2010) Year 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Head Coach Overall Frank McGuire ......... 11-10 Frank McGuire ......... 10-11 Frank McGuire ........... 18-5 Frank McGuire ........... 32-0 Frank McGuire ........... 19-7 Frank McGuire ........... 20-5 Frank McGuire ........... 18-6 Frank McGuire ........... 19-4 Dean Smith .................. 8-9 Dean Smith ................ 15-6 Dean Smith .............. 12-12 Dean Smith ................ 15-9 Dean Smith .............. 16-11 Dean Smith ................ 26-6 Dean Smith ................ 28-4 Dean Smith ................ 27-5 Dean Smith ................ 18-9 Dean Smith ................ 26-6 Dean Smith ................ 26-5 Dean Smith ................ 25-8 Dean Smith ................ 22-6 Dean Smith ................ 23-8 Dean Smith ................ 25-4 Dean Smith ................ 28-5 Dean Smith ................ 23-8 Dean Smith ................ 23-6 Dean Smith ................ 21-8 Dean Smith ................ 29-8 Dean Smith ................ 32-2 Dean Smith ................ 28-8 Dean Smith ................ 28-3 Dean Smith ................ 27-9 Dean Smith ................ 28-6 Dean Smith ................ 32-4 Dean Smith ................ 27-7 Dean Smith ................ 29-8 Dean Smith .............. 21-13 Dean Smith ................ 29-6 Dean Smith .............. 23-10 Dean Smith ................ 34-4 Dean Smith ................ 28-7 Dean Smith ................ 28-6 Dean Smith .............. 21-11 Dean Smith ................ 28-7 Bill Guthridge ............. 34-4 Bill Guthridge ........... 24-10 Bill Guthridge ........... 22-14 Matt Doherty .............. 26-7 Matt Doherty .............. 8-20 Matt Doherty ............ 19-16 Roy Williams ............ 19-11 Roy Williams .............. 33-4 Roy Williams .............. 23-8 Roy Williams .............. 31-7 Roy Williams .............. 36-3 Roy Williams .............. 34-4 Roy Williams ............ 20-17

ACC Finish 5-6 (5) 8-6 (T4) 11-3 (T1) 14-0 (1) 10-4 (T2) 12-2 (T1) 12-2 (T1) 12-2 (1) 7-7 (T4) 10-4 (3) 6-8 (5) 10-4 (2) 8-6 (T3) 12-2 (1) 12-2 (1) 12-2 (1) 9-5 (T2) 11-3 (1) 9-3 (1) 8-4 (2) 9-3 (T2) 8-4 (T2) 11-1 (1) 9-3 (1) 9-3 (1) 9-3 (T1) 9-5 (T2) 10-4 (2) 12-2 (T1) 12-2 (T1) 14-0 (1) 9-5 (T1) 10-4 (3) 14-0 (1) 11-3 (1) 9-5 (T2) 8-6 (T3) 10-4 (2) 9-7 (3) 14-2 (1) 11-5 (2) 12-4 (T1) 10-6 (3) 11-5 (T2) 13-3 (2) 10-6 (3) 9-7 (T3) 13-3 (T1) 4-12 (T7) 6-10 (T6) 8-8 (5) 14-2 (1) 12-4 (2) 11-5 (T1) 14-2 (1) 13-3 (1) 5-11 (T9)

ACC Trn. 0-1 0-1 1-1 3-0 2-1 2-1 1-1 5-2 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 3-0 3-0 3-0 0-1 2-1 2-0 0-1 1-1 3-0 1-1 2-0 0-1 2-0 1-1 3-0 3-0 1-1 1-1 2-1 0-1 2-1 2-1 3-0 0-1 3-0 2-1 2-1 3-0 2-1 0-1 3-0 3-0 2-1 0-1 2-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 3-0 3-0 1-1 0-1

Non Conf. 5-3 2-3 5-0 13-0 5-2 6-2 4-2 1-1 5-1 5-3 5-4 7-4 11-4 13-2 12-3 9-3 11-1 13-2 16-2 11-1 12-2 12-1 16-1 12-4 11-2 10-1 14-3 17-0 15-5 13-2 16-3 18-1 16-3 14-3 17-3 13-6 16-2 12-2 21-1 17-2 14-1 11-4 10-1 18-1 12-3 13-6 11-3 4-7 12-5 11-2 18-1 10-3 20-2 19-1 20-0 15-5

PostSeason NCAA Champ NCAA 0-1 NCAA 2-2 NCAA 3-1 NCAA 2-2 NIT 0-1 NIT Champ NCAA 3-1 NIT 3-1 NIT 0- 1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 4-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 4-1 NCAA Champ NCAA 2-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 3-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 3-1 NCAA 3-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 4-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA Champ NCAA 1-1 NCAA 4-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 4-1 NCAA 4-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 4-1 NCAA 1-1 NIT 2-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA Champ NCAA 1-1 NCAA 3-1 NCAA 4-1 NCAA Champ NIT 4-1

Final Final AP Coach 13 11 1 1 13 12 9 6 14 5 6 4 3 4 4 4 2 13 13 2 2 11 12 12 8 9 10 8 6 5 3 16 10 9 3 15 15 6 6 1 1 8 8 1 1 7 7 8 8 2 3 7 8 5 4 4 4 18 15 4 2 1 2 4 5 25 24 4 5 1 1 13 13 6 5 18 20 2 3 10 12 4 5 1 3 2 1 -

AllACC 1 1 1 3 2 3 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 3 3 1 2 4 2 2 1 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 3 3 4 4 2 3 3 1 1 3 4 3 2 2 3 0

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 1 3 3 0 2 2 2 3 0 3 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 3 1 1 0 1 2 4 0 2 1 3 2 2 2 1 2 4 2 3 1 1 2 5 2 3 2 4 2 1 2 4 0 1 1 3 1 4 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 0 1 1 1 3 3 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 4 1 1 1 2 1 0 2 4 0 1

PPG Offense 68.5 75.8 80.0 65.5 71.8 71.9 73.1 76.7 72.4 76.6 77.6 79.8 80.9 82.2 83.8 88.9 88.9 84.6 89.1 84.7 87.0 78.0 85.1 83.6 81.1 76.5 73.2 71.9 66.7 80.7 80.1 73.5 86.6 91.3 82.1 90.0 82.6 87.6 83.5 86.1 85.6 84.4 77.6 77.4 81.9 71.4 75.4 79.1 72.2 72.1 82.1 88.0 79.4 85.7 88.6 89.8 74.5

FG% .377 .396 .411 .431 .396 .429 .413 .444 .469 .459 .450 .473 .517 .472 .455 .491 .481 .522 .528 .527 .520 .536 .526 .537 .532 .533 .523 .522 .537 .515 .543 .540 .559 .537 .535 .527 .498 .502 .500 .506 .499 .508 .492 .479 .518 .471 .491 .479 .439 .436 .458 .499 .477 .499 .488 .480 .442

PPG FT% Defense .629 63.6 .684 76.1 .688 71.0 .701 65.5 .694 64.9 .691 65.2 .758 62.3 .671 65.7 .667 72.6 .676 70.8 .657 77.5 .661 77.6 .783 75.3 .669 71.2 .681 72.4 .717 75.7 .719 78.8 .743 70.1 .743 71.4 .706 72.8 .705 75.3 .701 78.0 .751 74.3 .746 72.6 .657 70.7 .721 65.4 .670 68.0 .731 63.4 .692 55.4 .741 68.6 .783 64.8 .761 66.0 .738 69.0 .722 74.9 .727 73.2 .725 79.7 .686 77.9 .701 71.6 .716 75.6 .706 68.3 .665 72.4 .678 74.0 .670 71.0 .680 66.7 .711 65.6 .718 64.9 .700 70.2 .670 70.9 .690 78.9 .663 71.2 .688 74.8 .725 70.3 .708 68.6 .712 68.6 .757 72.5 .752 72.0 .653 71.9

Opp. FG% .320 .365 .348 .352 .387 .390 .375 .398 .453 .438 .436 .447 .479 .471 .444 .451 .441 .428 .421 .447 .459 .471 .470 .477 .495 .470 .496 .458 .466 .444 .450 .450 .436 .472 .455 .453 .459 .418 .434 .431 .395 .413 .412 .403 .384 .393 .408 .391 .452 .437 .444 .401 .411 .416 .426 .410 .412

Reb. Mar. 3.0 -9.5 5.0 10.8 3.7 0.8 3.4 9.8 -0.8 1.9 4.8 1.5 -1.7 3.5 4.4 5.4 1.3 5.0 7.3 5.1 3.4 0.0 2.6 1.4 5.6 3.1 2.9 5.4 3.7 3.2 4.3 3.7 4.8 5.6 3.9 2.1 2.6 6.6 4.4 8.9 8.4 1.7 6.2 9.4 7.5 8.9 4.1 4.1 -2.7 -4.3 4.3 7.5 8.1 8.5 11.0 6.3 5.3


NC STATE WOLFPACK 2010-11 Wolfpack Roster Bold denotes returning starter

No. 0 1 2 4 5 10 12 14 15 21 23 25

Player

DeShawn Painter Richard Howell Lorenzo Brown Enrico Kufuor C.J. Leslie Javier Gonzalez Ryan Harrow Jordan Vandenberg Scott Wood C.J. Williams Tracy Smith Kendall Smith

Head Coach: Assistants:

Cl.

So. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. So. Jr. Sr. Jr.

Pos.

C F G G F G G C F G F F

Hgt.

6-9 6-8 6-5 6-1 6-8 6-0 6-1 7-1 6-6 6-5 6-8 6-8

Wgt.

227 261 186 192 206 176 156 248 177 218 255 237

Hometown

Norfolk, Va. Marietta, Ga. Roswell, Ga. Berlin, Germany Holly Springs, N.C. Carolina, Puerto Rico Marietta, Ga. Melbourne, Australia Marion, Ind. Fayetteville, N.C. Detroit, Mich. Winston-Salem, N.C.

Sidney Lowe (St. Pauls’ 06) Monte Towe, Associate Head Coach (NC State ‘75) Larry Harris (Pittsburgh ‘78) Pete Strickland (Pittsburgh ‘79)

Pack Plaudits

NC State head coach Sidney Lowe welcomes back three starters and three of the top four scorers from the 2009-10 team that posted a 20-16 overall record … the Wolfpack secured its second 20-win season in four years under Lowe with a first-round win over South Florida in the NIT … NC State has participated in postseason play in 11 of the last 14 seasons … Lowe, who starred at point guard on NC State’s 1983 NCAA Championship team, has compiled a 71-62 overall record in his four seasons as the Wolfpack’s head coach, including a pair of 20-win seasons … Lowe needs eight more wins to claim sole possession of sixth place on the school’s all-time wins list … NC State’s 2010-11 team will look to replace two key starters from last season, including forward Dennis Horner, who ranked second on the team in both scoring (11.9 ppg) and rebounding (4.9 rpg) … guard Farnold Degand averaged 5.5 points and 2.5 assists in his final season with the Wolfpack ... second-team All-ACC selection Tracy Smith is back to lead the Pack after leading the ACC in field goal percentage (.524) and scoring at a 16.5 points per game clip while pulling down 7.3 rebounds per game; scored in double figures in 32 of the 35 games in which he played last season … senior Javier Gonzalez, who has played in 88 career games and made 64 starts, brings a veteran presence to the backcourt after averaging 9.5 points and 3.7 assists per game last season … sophomore forward Scott Wood proved a deadly 3-point shooter (connecting on a team-high 63 shots from beyond the arc) while averaging 7.8 ppg in his first collegiate season, including 11 games scoring in double figures … junior forward C.J. Williams averaged nearly 20 minutes of playing time per game as a sophomore last season while scoring at a 4.3 ppg clip … 6-foot-8, 266-pound Richard Howell (4.6 ppg, 4.9 rpg) made solid contributions as a freshman … the Wolfpack hopes 7-foot-1 sophomore Jordan Vandenberg, who blocked 18 shots last season, and 6-foot-9 sophomore DeShawn Painter will continue to improve and add depth to the frontcourt.

2010-11 Wolfpack Schedule Date Opponent TV Time N12 Tennessee Tech .........................................7:00 N18 vs. East Carolina ........................................6:00 Charleston Classic, Charleston, S.C. N19 in Charleston Classic .............. ESPNU ....6/8:30 N21 in Charleston Classic .............. ESPNU .........tba N27 Fairleigh Dickinson .................... FSSO .......6:00 D1 at Wisconsin ...........................ESPN2 .......7:15 D4 at Syracuse .............................ESPN2 .......5:30 D11 USC Upstate ...............................................2:00 Reynolds Coliseum, Raleigh, N.C. D16 Youngstown State ......................................7:00 D19 Arizona ........................................ FSN .......4:45 D22 Delaware State ...........................................7:00 D28 Alabama A&M ............................................7:00 J1 San Diego ................................. FSSO ..... Noon J5 at Elon ........................................................7:00 J8 Wake Forest .................. ACC Network .......2:30 J11 at Boston College ................... ESPNU .......9:00 J15 at Florida State .............. ACC Network .......4:00 J19 Duke..........................................ESPN .......7:00 J23 Miami ............................ ACC Network ..... Noon J25 at Clemson ..................................RSN .......7:00 J29 at North Carolina .......................ESPN .......2:00 F2 Virginia Tech ...............#ESPN/ESPN2 .......7:00 F5 at Duke ........................#ESPN/ESPN2 .......6:00 F13 at Wake Forest ....ACC Network (split) .......1:00 F17 Clemson ......................#ESPN/ESPN2 .......7:00 F20 at Maryland ................................. FSN .......5:30 F23 North Carolina .....ACC Network (split) .......9:00 F26 Georgia Tech .......ACC Network (split) .......2:00 M1 at Virginia ....................................RSN .......7:00 M6 Florida State ................................ FSN .......6:15 M10-13 ACC Tournament (Greensboro Coliseum)


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NC State 2009-10 Final Statistics (20-16, 5-11 tie 9th in ACC) OVERALL GP Tracy Smith 35 Dennis Horner 36 Javier Gonzalez 35 Scott Wood 36 Farnold Degand 29 Richard Howell 30 Julius Mays 36 C.J. Williams 35 Josh Davis 31 DeShawn Painter 26 Jordan Vandenberg 23 Johnny Thomas 11 Kendall Smith 4 Enrico Kufuor 5 Kaycee Obi-Gwacham 1 Total 36 Opponents 36

GS Min Avg 35 1122 32.1 35 1005 27.9 33 900 25.7 36 1029 28.6 18 675 23.3 1 408 13.6 3 667 18.5 16 685 19.6 2 321 10.4 0 170 6.5 1 173 7.5 0 57 5.2 0 6 1.5 0 6 1.2 0 1 1.0

ACC GAMES Tracy Smith Javier Gonzalez Dennis Horner Scott Wood Farnold Degand Richard Howell Julius Mays C.J. Williams Josh Davis DeShawn Painter Jordan Vandenberg Johnny Thomas Total Opponents

GS 16 15 15 16 12 1 1 2 2 0 0 0

GP 16 16 16 16 15 15 16 15 16 12 9 4 16 16

Min 521 411 421 463 354 213 263 256 159 62 54 23

Avg

32.6 25.7 26.3 28.9 23.6 14.2 16.4 17.1 9.9 5.2 6.0 5.8

FG FGA 424 318 280 243 132 124 147 154 69 44 28 10 1 1 0 1975 1990

222 151 110 96 52 57 45 62 32 16 9 4 0 1 0 857 841

FG 93 53 53 45 27 32 17 22 11 5 3 1 362 399

FGA 188 137 127 116 79 76 63 56 30 17 12 3 904 885

Pct 3FG FGA

.524 0 0 .475 31 94 .393 47 127 .395 63 169 .394 18 58 .460 2 11 .306 21 71 .403 11 48 .464 0 1 .364 0 1 .321 0 0 .400 0 0 .000 0 0 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .434 193 580 .423 162 524

Pct FT 134 97 65 24 37 31 55 15 16 9 5 1 2 0 0 491 478

.000 .330 .370 .373 .310 .182 .296 .229 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .333 .309

FTA Pct 205 .654 124 .782 94 .691 34 .706 65 .569 54 .574 64 .859 21 .714 34 .471 14 .643 9 .556 1 1.000 4 .500 0 .000 0 .000 723 .679 728 .657

Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct 0 0 .000 67 97 .691 22 59 .373 33 43 .767 11 41 .268 41 49 .837 27 74 .365 17 24 .708 8 33 .242 28 43 .651 0 5 .000 16 28 .571 6 31 .194 24 26 .923 5 12 .417 6 10 .600 0 1 .000 9 17 .529 0 0 .000 3 4 .750 0 0 .000 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 79 256 .309 244 343 .711 70 212 .330 252 368 .685

.495 .387 .417 .388 .342 .421 .270 .393 .367 .294 .250 .333 .400 .451

Off Tot 84 256 62 178 23 114 23 104 13 71 42 137 10 44 24 92 32 52 16 30 11 42 2 12 1 1 0 0 0 0 411 1257 444 1278 Off 38 13 26 7 11 26 2 11 15 7 3 1 203 200

Avg 7.3 4.9 3.3 2.9 2.4 4.6 1.2 2.6 1.7 1.2 1.8 1.1 0.3 0.0 0.0 34.9 35.5

PF DQ A TO BK ST Pts 96 2 40 65 35 40 578 85 3 50 57 35 36 430 71 1 129 109 3 42 332 83 1 51 41 17 24 279 59 2 72 43 10 25 159 53 1 19 34 6 13 147 66 0 57 40 3 25 166 54 0 45 43 15 15 150 25 0 14 18 5 5 80 28 0 0 8 7 2 41 25 0 4 6 18 5 23 6 0 2 4 0 1 9 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 653 10 483 472 154 234 2398 654 13 410 474 134 260 2322

16.5 11.9 9.5 7.8 5.5 4.9 4.6 4.3 2.6 1.6 1.0 0.8 0.5 0.4 0.0 66.6 64.5

Tot Avg

PF DQ A TO BK ST Pts 48 1 19 31 14 16 253 36 1 46 48 0 16 161 44 3 22 21 11 16 158 41 1 15 14 9 9 134 39 2 35 25 4 11 90 35 1 11 20 3 7 80 26 0 16 13 2 11 64 23 0 18 16 8 4 55 11 0 4 11 4 1 31 13 0 0 2 1 0 13 9 0 0 2 7 0 6 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 326 9 186 207 63 91 1047 302 8 194 205 78 103 1120

15.8 10.1 9.9 8.4 6.0 5.3 4.0 3.7 1.9 1.1 0.7 0.5 65.4 70.0

114 7.1 40 2.5 71 4.4 38 2.4 40 2.7 71 4.7 20 1.3 41 2.7 20 1.3 15 1.3 12 1.3 8 2.0 554 34.6 589 36.8

Avg

Avg

2009-10 Game Results NCS Opp Results AP USA AP USA W/L Score N12 Georgia State ............................................................ W 69-53 N20 #Akron...................................................................... W 66-45 N21 #Austin Peay ............................................................ W 66-59 N22 #Auburn ................................................................... W 60-58 N29 New Orleans ............................................................. W 69-52 D1 Northwestern..............................................................L 53-65 D5 at Marquette ............................................................. W 77-73 D12 Georgia Southern ..................................................... W 75-57 D17 Elon .......................................................................... W 79-76 D20 at Wake Forest............................................................L 59-67 D23 at Arizona ...................................................................L 74-76 D29 Winthrop .................................................................. W 68-52 D31 at UNC Greensboro................................................... W 89-67 J3 Florida ........................................................................L ot 61-62 J6 Holy Cross ................................................................ W 87-70 J9 Virginia .......................................................................L 62-70 J12 at Florida State ................................ 25 .... 25 ........... W 88-81 J16 Clemson .......................................... 24 .... 19 .............L 70-73 J20 Duke .................................................. 7 ...... 6 ........... W 88-74 J23 at Maryland ................................................................L 64-88 J26 North Carolina ............................................................L 63-77 J30 North Carolina Central .............................................. W 77-42 F3 at Virginia ...................................................................L 47-59 F6 at Georgia Tech ..........................................................L 71-73 F10 Virginia Tech ..............................................................L 52-72 F13 at North Carolina ........................................................L 61-74 F17 Maryland ....................................................................L 58-67 F20 Wake Forest.............................................................. W 68-54 F27 at Miami ................................................................... W 71-66 M3 at Virginia Tech...........................................................L 59-71 M7 Boston College ......................................................... W 66-54 ACC Tournament M11 #Clemson ................................................................. W 59-57 M12 #Florida State ........................................................... W 58-52 M13 #Georgia Tech ............................................................L 54-57 National Invitation Tournament (#6 Seed) M16 at South Florida (#3) ................................................ W 58-57

M20 at Alabama-Birmingham (#2) ................................ L

52-72

NCS FGs 20-49 22-34 26-58 21-63 21-44 19-56 30-56 33-51 31-64 21-62 30-66 26-53 31-56 22-55 33-64 21-52 24-53 21-54 32-55 24-66 23-59 27-45 18-48 24-68 20-70 23-56 23-66 21-52 24-47 20-50 23-46

NCS FG% .408 .647 .448 .333 .477 .339 .536 .647 .484 .339 .455 .491 .554 .400 .516 .404 .453 .389 .582 .364 .390 .600 .375 .353 .286 .411 .348 .404 .511 .400 .500

NCS FTs 26-35 17-26 8-12 13-18 19-25 13-19 10-20 4-9 14-23 11-19 6-10 6-15 17-22 10-19 11-12 16-26 29-35 24-30 19-26 10-16 13-22 21-31 9-16 17-22 12-20 10-17 8-10 20-24 19-31 15-19 15-21

NCS FT% .743 .654 .667 .722 .760 .684 .500 .444 .609 .579 .600 .400 .773 .526 .917 .615 .829 .800 .731 .625 .591 .677 .563 .773 .600 .588 .800 .833 .613 .769 .714

Opp FGs 22-59 17-55 24-49 22-53 22-63 24-49 25-66 22-55 30-64 26-61 26-57 20-63 27-62 26-69 21-57 23-54 26-57 26-53 22-57 29-54 29-57 13-49 22-54 26-50 27-51 25-60 25-58 23-66 24-51 24-53 22-49

Opp FG% .373 .309 .490 .415 .349 .490 .379 .400 .469 .426 .456 .317 .435 .377 .368 .426 .456 .491 .386 .537 .509 .265 .407 .520 .529 .417 .431 .348 .471 .453 .449

Opp FTs .500 .389 .500 .333 .750 .688 .778 .688 .643 .522 .704 .529 .773 .700 .750 .950 .735 .739 .758 .727 .591 .800 .692 .517 .750 .655 .632 .533 .750 .714 .636

23-44 19-43 19-62

.523 .442 .305

10-15 13-20 10-19

.667 .650 .526

20-51 20-52 18-41

.392 .385 .439

.418

8-10

23-55

19-53

.358 11-20

.800

.550

17-40

26-51

.425

.510

Reb Mar +2 +13 -4 +7 Even -7 -8 +5 +4 -8 +11 +2 -11 Even -3 -6 +9 +11 -12 -2 -9 +12 -10 +7 +8 -12 +2 -19 -2 +6 +2

TO 9/12 25/14 11/16 11/15 13/13 13/16 12/15 15/8 9/8 16/16 20/11 14/7 11/21 14/9 8/18 9/10 18/14 11/11 9/14 11/9 19/10 12/15 7/8 22/22 15/16 12/10 12/7 15/23 10/14 20/10 10/11

Half 32-29 43-21 37-21 26-25 34-24 24-34 25-36 31-20 33-39 25-36 23-31 41-29 32-28 29-27 33-31 30-26 38-31 28-45 41-38 33-41 33-37 27-20 28-25 32-30 23-34 31-33 37-27 28-18 30-30 22-31 24-23

.556 .529 .594

+9 19/15 -17 16/20 -6 6/16

25-21 25-28 19-29

.677

+10 14/10

22-26

.667

-5 13/11 17-37


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Sidney Lowe, NC State Head Coach

Named the 18th head coach in NC State history in the spring of 2006 ... in his first four years at the helm of the Wolfpack program, Lowe has fashioned a 71-62 mark (.534), with a pair of 20-win seasons ... a year ago, NC State lost seven games by eight points or fewer en route to a 20-16 mark and an NIT bid for the second time in four years ... in his first season in Raleigh, Lowe’s Wolfpack won six of its last nine games, advanced to the quarterfinals of the NIT and finished 20-16 overall ... became only the fourth head coach in conference history to take his team to the ACC Tournament championship game in his first season as a league coach ... played all 40 minutes of the Wolfpack’s win over Houston in the 1983 NCAA championship game, scoring eight points and dishing out eight assists … a first-team All-ACC selection in 1983, Lowe is the league’s all-time leader in assists-to-turnover ratio (2.94-to-1) and is ninth in league annals in career assists (762) and assists per game (6.35) … the Wolfpack assist leader in all four of his seasons, Lowe led the ACC in assists and steals in 1981 and 1983 ... was drafted by the Chicago Bulls as the first pick of the second round of the 1983 NBA draft and was immediately traded to the Indiana Pacers … began his NBA coaching career in 1992, when he joined the Minnesota Timberwolves staff as an assistant coach … midway through the 1992-93 season, Lowe was named the head coach of the Timberwolves, compiling a 33-92 record in a season and a half … was named head coach of the Vancouver Grizzlies on June 1, 2000 … in his first season with the Grizzlies, he turned a struggling squad into a record-setting one, guiding the team to a franchise-best (at the time) record of 23-59.

Lowe Year by Year Conference PostYear School Overall W-L Finish Season 2006-07 NC State ................. 20-16......... 5-11........ t10th .......NIT 2-1 2007-08 NC State ................. 15-16......... 4-12........ t11th ................. x

Conference PostYear School Overall W-L Finish Season 2008-09 NC State ................. 16-14......... 6-10......... 10th ................. x 2009-10 NC State ................. 20-16......... 5-11.......... t9th .......NIT 1-1

Overall Conf. Games ACC Tournament NCAA Games NIT Games School Years W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. NC State ..............(4).......... 2007-10 .......... 71-62.........534 ......... 20-44....... .313 .......... 5-4..........556 .............x..............x ............ 3-2 ..........600 Totals .............(4) ........2007-10........ 71-62 ..... .534....... 20-44 ..... .313........5-4 ..... .556 ......... x ......... x......... 3-2 .......600

NC State Coaching Records Career Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Piggy Hargrove .............(2) E.D. Sandborn ..............(2) John Hagarty ................(1) H.S. Tucker ...................(1) Harry Hartsell ...............(4)

6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

Tal Safford ...................(1) Richard Crozier ............(3) Gus Tebell ....................(6) R.R. Sermon ..............(10) Bob Warren ..................(2) Leroy Jay ......................(4) Everett Case ...............(18) Press Maravich ............(2) Norman Sloan ............(14) Jim Valvano ...............(10) Les Robinson ................(6) Herb Sendek................(10) Sidney Lowe..................(4)

ACC Games Only 1. 3. 3. 4. 5.

Press Maravich ............(2) Everett Case ...............(11) Norman Sloan ............(14) Jim Valvano ...............(10) Herb Sendek................(10)

Years 1911-1912 1913,1916 1914 1915 1917-1918 1922-1923 1919 1920-21,24 1925-1930 1931-1940 1941-1942 1943-1946 1947-1964 1965-1966 1967-1980 1981-1990 1991-1996 1997-2006 2007-2010

W 1 6 5 5 33

L 7 12 8 5 31

Pct. .125 .333 .462 .500 .516

11 24 78 111 21 28 377 38 266 209 78 191 71

3 35 35 74 16 45 134 13 127 114 98 132 62

.786 .408 .660 .577 .568 .384 .738 .745 .677 .647 .443 .591 .534

Years 1965-1966 1954-1964 1967-1980 1981-1990 1997-2006

W 19 89 103 71 72

L 9 59 77 69 88

Pct. .679 .601 .573 .507 .450

6. 7.

Sidney Lowe..................(4) 2007-2010 Les Robinson ...............(6) 1991-1996

20 28

44 66

.313 .298

Years 1965-1966 1954-1964 1997-2006 1967-1980 2007-2010 1981-1990 1991-1996

W 5 15 13 14 5 9 2

L 1 7 10 11 4 8 6

Pct. .833 .682 .565 .560 .556 .529 .250

NCAA Tournament

No. Norman Sloan ...................................(3) Jim Valvano ......................................(7) Everett Case ......................................(5) Herb Sendek.......................................(5) Press Maravich .................................(1) Les Robinson .....................................(1)

W 5 14 6 5 1 1

L 2 6 6 5 1 1

Pct. .714 .700 .500 .500 .500 .500

NIT Tournament

W 5 3 6 2 0

L 2 2 5 3 1

Pct. .714 .600 .545 .400 .000

ACC Tournament 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

1. 2. 3.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Press Maravich ............(2) Everett Case ...............(11) Herb Sendek................(10) Norman Sloan ............(14) Sidney Lowe..................(4) Jim Valvano ...............(10) Les Robinson ...............(6)

No. Norman Sloan ...................................(2) Sidney Lowe.......................................(2) Herb Sendek.......................................(4) Everett Case ......................................(3) Jim Valvano ......................................(1)


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NC State (1954-2010) Year 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Head Coach Overall Everett Case ............... 28-7 Everett Case ............... 28-4 Everett Case ............... 24-4 Everett Case ............. 15-11 Everett Case ............... 18-6 Everett Case ............... 22-4 Everett Case ............. 11-15 Everett Case ............... 16-9 Everett Case ............... 11-6 Everett Case ............. 10-11 Everett Case ............... 8-11 Press Maravich .......... 21-5 Press Maravich .......... 18-9 Norman Sloan ............ 7-19 Norman Sloan .......... 16-10 Norman Sloan .......... 15-10 Norman Sloan ............ 23-7 Norman Sloan .......... 13-14 Norman Sloan .......... 16-10 Norman Sloan ............ 27-0 Norman Sloan ............ 30-1 Norman Sloan ............ 22-6 Norman Sloan ............ 21-9 Norman Sloan .......... 17-11 Norman Sloan .......... 21-10 Norman Sloan .......... 18-12 Norman Sloan ............ 20-8 Jim Valvano ............. 14-13 Jim Valvano ............. 22-10 Jim Valvano ............. 26-10 Jim Valvano ............. 19-14 Jim Valvano ............. 23-10 Jim Valvano ............. 21-13 Jim Valvano ............. 20-15 Jim Valvano ............... 24-8 Jim Valvano ............... 22-9 Jim Valvano ............. 18-12 Les Robinson ........... 20-11 Les Robinson ........... 12-18 Les Robinson ............. 8-19 Les Robinson ........... 11-19 Les Robinson ........... 12-15 Les Robinson ........... 15-16 Herb Sendek ............ 17-15 Herb Sendek ............ 17-15 Herb Sendek ............ 19-14 Herb Sendek ............ 20-14 Herb Sendek ............ 13-16 Herb Sendek ............ 23-11 Herb Sendek ............ 18-13 Herb Sendek ............ 21-10 Herb Sendek ............ 21-14 Herb Sendek ............ 22-10 Sidney Lowe ............ 20-16 Sidney Lowe ............ 15-16 Sidney Lowe ............ 16-14 Sidney Lowe ............ 20-16

ACC Finish 5-3 (4) 12-2 (1) 11-3 (T1) 7-7 (T4) 10-4 (T2) 12-2 (T1) 5-9 (6) 8-6 (4) 10-4 (3) 5-9 (T4) 4-10 (T7) 10-4 (T2) 9-5 (2) 2-12 (8) 9-5 (T3) 8-6 (T3) 9-5 (T2) 5-9 (T6) 6-6 (T4) 12-0 (1) 12-0 (1) 8-4 (T2) 7-5 (T2) 6-6 (5) 7-5 (3) 3-9 (6) 9-5 (T2) 4-10 (7) 7-7 (4) 8-6 (T3) 4-10 (7) 9-5 (T1) 7-7 (4) 6-8 (6) 10-4 (2) 10-4 (1) 6-8 (T4) 8-6 (T3) 6-10 (7) 2-14 (T8) 5-11 (9) 4-12 (8) 3-13 (9) 4-12 (8) 5-11 (8) 6-10 (T5) 6-10 (T6) 5-11 (7) 9-7 (T3) 9-7 (4) 11-5 (2) 7-9 (T6) 10-6 (4) 5-11 (T10) 4-12 (T11) 6-10 (10) 5-11 (T9)

ACC Trn. 3-0 3-0 3-0 0-1 1-1 3-0 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 3-0 2-1 0-1 2-1 0-1 3-0 1-1 0-1 2-0 2-0 2-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 3-0 0-1 1-1 0-1 3-0 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 3-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 2-1 2-1 1-1 2-1 0-1 3-1 0-1 0-1 2-1

Non PostConf. Season 18-3 NCAA 2-1 12-2 8-1 NCAA 0-1 7-2 6-0 7-2 5-5 6-2 1-1 4-1 4-0 8-1 NCAA 1-1 7-3 5-7 5-4 6-3 11-2 NCAA 0-1 5-4 9-2 11-0 14-1 NCAA Champ 11-0 13-2 NIT 3-1 10-2 13-3 NIT 3-1 13-1 10-1 NCAA 0-1 9-1 14-2 NCAA 0-1 14-4 NCAA Champ 15-3 NIT 0-1 13-4 NCAA 3-1 14-5 NCAA 3-1 11-7 NCAA 0-1 13-3 NCAA 0-1 12-4 NCAA 2-1 12-3 11-4 NCAA 1-1 6-7 6-4 6-8 8-2 11-2 9-1 NIT 1-1 11-3 NIT 1-1 12-3 NIT 1-1 13-2 NIT 3-2 8-4 12-3 NCAA 1-1 7-5 NCAA 0-1 9-4 NCAA 1-1 12-4 NCAA 2-1 12-3 NCAA 1-1 15-5 NIT 2-1 11-3 10-3 13-4 NIT 1-1

Final Final AP Coach 14 4 6 2 2 20 16 6 5 12 10 12 2 2 1 1 7 9 16 14 16 18 14 13 19 18 24 25 15 17 -

AllACC 2 2 2 1 2 3 1 1 2 1 0 1 2 0 1 1 3 1 1 2 3 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 0 2 3 1 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 1

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 1 1 1 2 2 0 3 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 3 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 3 1 2 0 3 0 1 0 3 1 0 0 3 0 3 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 2 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

PPG Offense 80.2 88.7 82.8 75.7 66.9 68.3 60.3 77.2 71.4 69.5 59.3 76.7 81.2 64.4 70.8 71.5 83.7 76.5 78.5 92.9 91.4 92.7 87.4 78.9 82.4 78.5 69.5 66.2 57.5 74.2 70.6 73.3 70.6 77.5 83.0 84.5 82.3 98.3 77.2 68.0 69.1 76.0 81.2 59.8 64.4 71.6 69.0 73.8 75.4 72.5 72.9 73.1 74.5 71.7 67.3 73.0 66.6

FG% .348 .385 .406 .438 .431 .396 .397 .429 .443 .475 .465 .477 .476 .413 .460 .474 .477 .449 .482 .519 .499 .508 .496 .490 .483 .494 .499 .497 .521 .472 .462 .497 .495 .479 .514 .501 .472 .486 .462 .432 .411 .421 .435 .429 .436 .454 .428 .439 .452 .456 .450 .455 .465 .491 .455 .475 .434

PPG FT% Defense .696 68.1 .715 76.5 .735 70.5 .673 74.3 .658 61.5 .668 61.3 .667 60.1 .689 72.3 .626 66.9 .700 68.5 .688 63.9 .673 68.6 .712 73.8 .668 69.2 .661 65.7 .716 69.3 .687 71.7 .703 77.5 .676 72.3 .715 71.1 .708 74.7 .708 77.9 .720 81.4 .634 70.8 .674 75.2 .701 70.0 .679 61.4 .707 63.1 .713 49.1 .689 67.6 .708 67.1 .674 73.3 .690 63.2 .703 74.8 .709 71.8 .700 74.0 .713 75.1 .762 83.5 .628 81.2 .629 76.7 .652 74.6 .731 71.8 .735 74.8 .649 54.7 .716 62.1 .678 65.7 .657 63.6 .673 72.3 .755 67.8 .770 68.3 .799 65.1 .705 66.1 .751 67.4 .728 71.5 .719 69.7 .717 69.6 .679 64.5

Opp. FG% .353 .359 .330 .380 .360 .370 .350 .400 .412 .410 .433 .445 .450 .422 .390 .426 .409 .443 .421 .437 .435 .468 .476 .474 .469 .457 .459 .473 .419 .450 .469 .497 .448 .481 .474 .459 .483 .488 .490 .495 .463 .458 .439 .418 .446 .444 .417 .440 .442 .440 .422 .432 .413 .441 .424 .432 .423

Reb. Mar. 14.0 19.3 18.1 13.2 9.4 8.5 5.6 7.8 4.6 3.4 -2.5 0.5 -7.5 0.2 -5.6 2.4 4.1 -1.4 4.0 7.5 6.5 4.5 5.0 4.7 5.8 4.3 0.9 3.0 3.3 0.7 5.5 0.0 2.0 1.9 1.5 0.5 -0.7 1.1 0.0 0.4 0.0 0.6 2.4 -1.8 -2.6 5.9 1.4 2.7 -0.2 -0.3 0.6 -2.3 -3.0 -1.4 -2.4 3.4 -0.6


virginiA cavaliers 2010-11 Cavalier Roster Bold denotes returning starter No. 1 2 4 5 12 13 15 22 23 24 25 32 34

Player Jontel Evans Mustapha Farrakhan Will Regan Assane Sene Joe Harris Sammy Zeglinski Billy Baron Will Sherrill Mike Scott KT Harrell Akil Mitchell Thomas Rogers James Johnson

Head Coach: Assistants:

Cl. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Pos. G G F C G G G F F G F G F

Hgt. 5-11 6-4 6-8 7-0 6-6 6-1 6-2 6-9 6-8 6-4 6-8 6-6 6-9

Wgt. 190 181 222 239 202 185 192 226 242 204 221 200 234

Hometown Hampton, Va. Harvey, Ill. Williamsville, N.Y. Saint-Louis, Senegal Chelan, Wash. Philadelphia, Pa. East Greenwich, R.I. New York, N.Y. Chesapeake, Va. Montgomery, Ala. Charlotte, N.C. Farmville, Va. Wildomar, Calif.

Tony Bennett (UW-Green Bay ‘92) Ritchie McKay, Associate Head Coach (Seattle Pacific ‘87) Ron Sanchez (SUNY Oneonta ‘97) Jason Williford (Virginia ‘95)

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Tony Bennett’s Virginia Cavaliers return three starters and three key reserves from a team that finished 15-16 overall and tied for ninth in the ACC with a 5-11 league mark ... the 15 wins were a 50 percent improvement from the 10 wins in 2009 ... Virginia started 3-0 in league play for the first time since 1995 and was 3-3 against top 25 ranked opponents ... the Cavaliers were 11-1 when scoring 70 or more points in a game ... Virginia led the ACC and was 13th nationally in fewest turnovers per game (10.7) ... guard Sylven Landesberg finished sixth in the ACC in scoring (17.3) and earned second-team All-ACC honors ... headlining the list of returning starters is senior forward Mike Scott who led the Cavaliers in rebounds (7.2), was second in scoring (12.0) and finished third in the ACC in field goal percentage (.505); had 22 games with 10 or more points and led the team with eight double-doubles ... Sammy Zeglinski finished his sophomore season third on the team in scoring (8.9), second in assists per game (2.6) and fourth in rebounds (3.8); has started 44 games over the past two years and had 16 games with 10-or-more points a year ago ... guard Jontel Evans started 11 of Virginia’s last 17 games and averaged 2.4 points and 1.9 assists per game for the season; had a 2.22:1 assists to turnover ratio and was second on the team with 34 steals ... Mustapha Farrakhan started 10 games and averaged career highs in scoring (6.5), rebounds (1.7), assists (2.0) and minutes played (21.0); had 10 games with 10 or more points and averaged 8.8 points and 4.3 assists over the last four games of the 2010 season ... junior center Assane Sene played in 25 games a year ago, including five starts; was second on the team with 19 blocked shots and averaged 3.6 rebounds and 1.6 points per game ... senior forward Will Sherrill, a member of the 2010 ACC All-Academic team, started seven times and averaged 3.0 points and 3.0 rebounds; played in 30 of Virginia’s 31 games and scored a career-high 18 points in a 76-65 victory over Cleveland State (N25) .

2010-11 Cavalier Schedule Date N12 N15 N18 N22

Opponent TV Time William & Mary ..........................................7:00 USC Upstate ...............................................7:00 at Stanford .................................. FSN .....10:30 vs. Washington .......................ESPN2 . Midnight Maui Invitational, Maui, Hawaii N23 in Maui Invitational.................ESPN/2 .. 4:30/9:30 N24 in Maui Invitational............. ESPN/2/U .........tba N29 at Minnesota ...........................ESPN2 .......7:00 D5 at Virginia Tech ........................... FSN .......6:00 D7 Radford ......................................................7:00 D17 Oregon ........................................CSN .......8:00 D20 Norfolk State ..............................................7:00 D22 Seattle ........................................................7:00 D30 Iowa State ...................................CSN .......8:00 J2 LSU ............................................. FSN .......5:30 J4 Howard ......................................................7:00 J8 North Carolina ............... ACC Network ..... Noon J15 at Duke ......................................ESPN .......2:00 J19 at Boston College .......................................7:00 J22 Georgia Tech ................. ACC Network ..... Noon J27 Maryland .....................................CSN .......7:00 J29 at Wake Forest .............. ACC Network .......4:00 F2 Clemson ................................. ESPNU .......9:00 F5 at Miami .....................................................2:00 F12 at Florida State ............................RSN .......3:00 F16 Duke............................#ESPN/ESPN2 .......7:00 F19 Virginia Tech .......ACC Network (split) .......1:00 F23 at Georgia Tech ...................... ESPNU .......7:00 F26 Boston College ............................RSN ..... Noon M1 NC State ......................................RSN .......7:00 M5 at Maryland ................... ACC Network .......2:00 M10-13 ACC Tournament (Greensboro Coliseum)


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Virginia 2009-10 Final Statistics (15-16, 5-11 tie 9th in ACC) OVERALL Sylven Landesberg Mike Scott Sammy Zeglinski Jeff Jones Jerome Meyinsse Mustapha Farrakhan Calvin Baker Will Sherrill Tristan Spurlock Jontel Evans Assane Sene Solomon Tat Doug Browman Thomas Kody Tom Jonke Total Opponents

GP 27 28 31 31 31 30 25 30 13 31 25 14 4 4 6 31 31

GS 27 25 29 7 23 10 10 7 0 11 5 1 0 0 0

Min 868 768 899 567 690 631 406 462 60 512 316 43 7 8 12

32.1 27.4 29.0 18.3 22.3 21.0 16.2 15.4 4.6 16.5 12.6 3.1 1.8 2.0 2.0

Avg

166 143 94 71 69 62 29 35 12 31 14 7 0 0 0 733 732

FG FGA 375 283 252 166 119 173 92 93 28 84 42 10 0 2 1 1720 1678

ACC GAMES Sylven Landesberg Mike Scott Jerome Meyinsse Sammy Zeglinski Jeff Jones Mustapha Farrakhan Tristan Spurlock Will Sherrill Jontel Evans Calvin Baker Solomon Tat Assane Sene Tom Jonke Doug Browman Thomas Kody Total Opponents

GP 14 16 16 16 16 15 6 16 16 13 7 14 2 1 1 16 16

GS 14 15 14 14 2 1 0 1 10 6 1 2 0 0 0

Min 461 417 390 461 274 295 24 232 287 201 27 176 3 1 1

Avg 32.9 26.1 24.4 28.8 17.1 19.7 4.0 14.5 17.9 15.5 3.9 12.6 1.5 1.0 1.0

FG 90 73 45 38 34 32 5 16 14 11 3 4 0 0 0 365 396

FGA 204 161 72 128 77 85 12 50 53 41 5 15 0 0 0 903 884

Pct 3FG FGA

.443 23 60 .505 3 7 .373 61 162 .428 40 92 .580 0 0 .358 23 74 .315 8 34 .376 15 53 .429 2 12 .369 2 12 .333 0 0 .700 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 .426 177 507 .436 180 512

Pct FT 111 46 27 45 65 47 10 4 5 9 11 6 0 0 0 386 327

.383 .429 .377 .435 .000 .311 .235 .283 .167 .167 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .349 .352

Pct 3FG FGA Pct .441 17 44 .386 .453 3 6 .500 .625 0 0 .000 .297 24 83 .289 .442 19 43 .442 .376 9 34 .265 .417 0 5 .000 .320 5 28 .179 .264 0 7 .000 .268 3 15 .200 .600 0 0 .000 .267 0 0 .000 .000 0 0 .000 .000 0 0 .000 .000 0 0 .000 .404 80 265 .302 .448 82 238 .345

FTA 137 64 34 57 87 60 16 8 7 16 18 12 0 0 0 516 512

Pct

.810 .719 .794 .789 .747 .783 .625 .500 .714 .563 .611 .500 .000 .000 .000 .748 .639

FT FTA Pct 52 62 .839 25 30 .833 39 54 .722 15 18 .833 23 27 .852 19 28 .679 4 4 1.000 0 2 .000 6 12 .500 2 5 .400 5 9 .556 4 5 .800 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 194 256 .758 206 307 .671

Off Tot 37 132 64 201 12 119 6 39 45 127 12 52 8 30 38 90 3 10 6 46 27 90 4 9 0 1 1 1 0 2 318 1053 298 1038

Avg 4.9 7.2 3.8 1.3 4.1 1.7 1.2 3.0 0.8 1.5 3.6 0.6 0.3 0.3 0.3 34.0 33.5

Off Tot Avg 17 62 4.4 33 95 5.9 26 73 4.6 6 67 4.2 4 19 1.2 7 25 1.7 1 3 0.5 21 44 2.8 5 23 1.4 3 13 1.0 2 2 0.3 13 46 3.3 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 164 522 32.6 173 577 36.1

PF DQ A TO BK ST Pts 57 2 77 61 8 21 466 54 1 35 46 8 17 335 63 0 80 57 8 38 276 18 0 13 12 2 15 227 81 1 11 17 23 10 203 31 0 59 44 7 15 194 24 0 47 20 0 10 76 61 1 15 19 4 16 89 4 0 1 6 1 6 31 55 1 60 27 1 34 73 50 1 4 13 19 4 39 9 0 0 5 0 2 20 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 510 7 403 333 81 190 2029 497 9 354 369 107 157 1971

17.3 12.0 8.9 7.3 6.5 6.5 3.0 3.0 2.4 2.4 1.6 1.4 0.0 0.0 0.0 65.5 63.6

PF DQ A TO 34 1 43 37 26 0 18 27 47 1 6 9 30 0 41 23 13 0 9 5 14 0 26 21 1 0 0 3 36 1 5 12 34 1 31 13 10 0 18 12 8 0 0 3 32 0 2 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 285 4 199 177 253 6 207 186

ST Pts 12 249 11 174 3 129 14 115 6 110 8 92 4 14 9 37 19 34 2 27 2 11 2 12 1 0 0 0 0 0 93 1004 86 1080

Avg 17.8 10.9 8.1 7.2 6.9 6.1 2.3 2.3 2.1 2.1 1.6 0.9 0.0 0.0 0.0 62.8 67.5

TO 16/11 9/14 10/14 10/14 13/10 10/10 8/10 9/12 7/14 11/13 12/13 11/14 10/9 7/11 9/12 11/16 12/24 16/14 16/17 7/8 9/13 9/10 12/13 12/10 12/12 8/8 14/8 12/9 11/9

Half 49-27 27-31 36-22 41-35 31-30 27-34 27-21 34-32 32-19 48-28 30-35 40-23 26-30 38-39 33-21 34-27 15-34 27-28 35-30 25-28 34-29 25-21 34-52 24-33 22-41 32-33 21-35 23-37 27-38

-6 5/7 -2 14/11

34-27 27-27

BK 3 4 12 3 0 4 1 2 1 0 0 5 0 0 0 35 66

Avg

2009-10 Game Results UVa Opp Results AP USA AP USA W/L Score N13 Longwood ................................................................ W 85-72 N16 at South Florida ..........................................................L 49-66 N19 Rider......................................................................... W 79-46 N21 Oral Roberts ............................................................. W 76-55 N24 #Stanford ...................................................................L 52-57 N25 #Cleveland State ....................................................... W 76-65 N30 Penn State ..................................................................L 66-69 D7 at Auburn....................................................................L 67-68 D21 NJIT.......................................................................... W 68-37 D23 Hampton................................................................... W 80-54 D30 UAB ................................................. 24 ...... x ........... W 72-63 J5 Texas-Pan American................................................. W 83-72 J9 at NC State ............................................................... W 70-62 J13 Georgia Tech ................................... 20 .... 18 ........... W 82-75 J16 Miami .............................................. 25 ...... x ........... W 75-57 J18 UNC Wilmington....................................................... W 69-67 J23 at Wake Forest............................................................L 57-69 J28 Virginia Tech ..............................................................L ot 71-76 J31 at North Carolina ...................................................... W 75-60 F3 NC State ................................................................... W 59-47 F6 Wake Forest................................................................L ot 61-64 F13 at Virginia Tech...........................................................L 55-61 F15 at Maryland ................................................................L 66-85 F17 Florida State ...............................................................L 50-69 F20 at Clemson .................................................................L 49-72 F23 at Miami .....................................................................L 62-74 F28 Duke .................................................. 5 ...... 5 .............L 49-67 M3 at Boston College .......................................................L 55-68 M6 Maryland ......................................... 22 .... 23 .............L 68-74 ACC Tournament M11 #Boston College ....................................................... W 68-62 M12 #Duke ................................................ 4 ...... 4 .............L 46-57

UVa FGs 30-50 17-52 29-56 25-55 17-45 28-53 25-61 25-58 24-62 30-60 25-52 30-53 23-54 27-61 29-56 23-54 22-65 25-57 27-52 22-54 22-65 21-64 22-58 18-48 21-60 20-57 16-51 24-52 26-49

UVa FG% .600 .327 .518 .455 .378 .528 .410 .431 .387 .500 .481 .566 .426 .443 .518 .426 .338 .439 .519 .407 .338 .328 .379 .375 .350 .351 .314 .462 .531

UVa FTs 19-24 13-17 14-19 20-27 14-24 10-14 8-13 8-10 13-17 9-10 16-21 5-9 19-20 23-26 11-16 20-24 8-16 15-22 14-18 9-13 12-16 10-15 20-22 9-13 5-7 12-15 15-18 5-11 7-8

UVa FT% .792 .765 .737 .741 .583 .714 .615 .800 .765 .900 .762 .556 .950 .885 .688 .833 .500 .682 .778 .692 .750 .667 .909 .692 .714 .800 .833 .455 .875

Opp FGs 29-61 24-45 17-51 18-56 21-54 26-47 23-52 25-53 13-48 20-54 28-59 20-48 21-52 33-64 17-54 26-51 23-44 28-62 20-56 18-48 25-57 20-54 36-64 28-56 27-52 28-59 24-50 25-57 23-55

Opp FG% .475 .533 .333 .321 .389 .553 .442 .472 .271 .370 .475 .417 .404 .516 .315 .510 .523 .452 .357 .375 .439 .370 .563 .500 .519 .475 .480 .439 .418

Opp FTs .600 .722 .417 .600 .467 .500 .680 .471 .500 .667 .333 .692 .615 .273 .731 .800 .690 .800 .500 .563 .478 .800 .600 .500 .923 .846 .706 .833 .769

23-53 17-53

.434 .321

14-20 9-11

.700 .818

25-60 21-55

.417 .382

.875 .647

Reb Mar +15 -11 +15 +9 -1 +14 -3 -4 +15 +15 -1 +8 +6 +3 Even +7 -13 -5 -5 +10 -12 +5 -14 -3 -3 -8 +2 -4 -14


Virginia Cavaliers Tony Bennett, Virginia Head Coach

On April 1, 2009, Tony Bennett was introduced as the 11th head coach of Virginia’s basketball program … Bennett’s first Virginia team finished the 2009-10 season 15-16 overall, an improvement of five wins over the 10-18 mark in 2008-09 ... included among the 15 wins were three victories over nationally-ranked opponents ... the Cavaliers finished the 2009-10 season ranked 12th nationally in free throw percentage (74.8) and 13th in fewest turnovers per game (10.7) ... in three previous seasons at Washington State, Bennett led the Cougars to a 69-33 record, including a 32-22 mark in the Pac-10 … Washington State’s 69 wins were the most in a three-year span in school history … the 2007 consensus National Coach of the Year, Bennett led the Cougars to NCAA Tournament berths in 2007 and 2008, marking the only time that Washington State made consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances … in 2007 Bennett took a team projected to finish last in the Pac-10 and guided it to a school-record-tying 26 wins, a second-place finish in the Pac-10 with a 13-5 mark and the school’s first NCAA Tournament appearance in 13 years … was named the Pac-10 Coach of the Year and the National Coach of the Year by nine organizations, including the Associated Press, The Sporting News and the United States Basketball Writers Association … in 2008, Washington State was ranked as high as fourth in the AP poll for three weeks during the regular season and finished 26-9 overall, 11-7 in the Pac-10 ... Bennett played for his father, Dick Bennett, at Wisconsin-Green Bay from 1989-92 and finished his career as the Mid-Continent Conference’s all-time leader in points (2,285) and assists (601) ... a two-time MCC Player of the Year, Bennett was the 35th overall selection in the 1992 NBA Draft by the Charlotte Hornets and played with the team for three seasons.

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Bennett Year by Year Conference PostYear School Overall W-L Finish Season 2006-07 Washington State ..... 26-8 .........13-5 .......... 2nd ....NCAA 1-1 2007-08 Washington State ..... 26-9 .........11-7 ..........t3rd ....NCAA 2-1

Conference PostYear School Overall W-L Finish Season 2008-09 Washington State ... 17-16 .........8-10 ........... 7th ....... NIT 0-1 2009-10 Virginia ................... 15-16 .........5-11 .......... t9th ................. x

Overall Conf. Games ACC Tournament NCAA Tournament NIT Games School Years W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. Washington State .(3).......... 2007-09 .......... 69-33.........676 ......... 32-22....... .593 ..............x.............. x ......... 3-2........ .600 ............ 0-1 ..........000 Virginia................(1)................2010 .......... 15-16.........484 ........... 5-11....... .313 .......... 1-1..........500 .............x..............x ................x ..............x Totals .............(4) ........2007-10........ 84-49 ..... .632....... 37-33 ..... .529........1-1 ..... .500 .......3-2 ..... .600......... 0-1 .......000

Virginia Coaching Records Career Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Years 1906-1929 1930 1931-1951 1952-1957 1958-1963 1964-1974 1975-1990 1991-1998 1999-2005 2006-2009 2010

W 254 3 241 67 40 120 326 146 118 63 15

L 95 12 190 88 106 158 173 104 93 60 16

Pct. .728 .200 .559 .432 .274 .432 .653 .584 .559 .512 .484

Years 1975-1990 1991-1998 2006-2009 1999-2005 1964-1974 2010 1954-1957 1958-1963

W 111 59 27 45 50 5 12 20

L 103 67 37 67 98 11 35 64

Pct. .519 .468 .422 .402 .338 .313 .255 .238

No. Dave Leitao .......................................(1)

W 2

L 1

Pct. .667

Henry Lannigan ......... (24) Roy Randall ................. (1) Gus Tebell ................. (21) Evan J. Male ................ (6) Billy McCann ............... (6) Bill Gibson ................. (11) Terry Holland ............. (16) Jeff Jones .................... (8) Pete Gillen .................... (7) Dave Leitao .................. (4) Tony Bennett ................ (1)

ACC Games Only 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Terry Holland ............. (16) Jeff Jones .................... (8) Dave Leitao .................. (4) Pete Gillen .................... (7) Bill Gibson ................. (11) Tony Bennett ................ (1) Evan Male .................... (4) Billy McCann ............... (6)

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ACC Tournament

Years 1975-1990 2010 1991-1998 1964-1974 1999-2005 2006-2009 1954-1957 1958-1963

W 15 1 5 5 2 1 1 1

L 15 1 8 11 7 4 4 6

Pct. .500 .500 .385 .313 .222 .200 .200 .143

NCAA Tournament

Years Terry Holland ....................................(9) Jeff Jones .........................................(5) Dave Leitao .......................................(1) Pete Gillen .........................................(1)

W 15 6 1 0

L 9 5 1 1

Pct. .625 .545 .500 .000

NIT

Years Jeff Jones ..........................................(1) Terry Holland.....................................(4) Pete Gillen .........................................(4) Dave Leitao .......................................(1) Bill Gibson .........................................(1) Gus Tebell .........................................(1)

W 5 8 2 0 0 0

L 0 3 4 1 1 1

Pct. 1.000 .727 .333 .000 .000 .000

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2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Terry Holland ............. (16) Tony Bennett ................ (1) Jeff Jones .................... (8) Bill Gibson ................. (11) Pete Gillen .................... (7) Dave Leitao .................. (4) Evan Male .................... (4) Billy McCann ............... (6)


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Virginia (1954-2010) Year 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Head Coach Overall ACC Finish Evan J. Male..............16-11 1-4 (7) Evan J. Male..............14-15 5-9 (6) Evan J. Male..............10-17 3-11 (T6) Evan J. Male................6-19 3-11 (T7) Billy McCann .............10-13 6-8 (5) Billy McCann .............11-14 6-8 (5) Billy McCann ...............6-18 1-13 (8) Billy McCann ...............3-23 2-12 (T7) Billy McCann ...............5-18 2-12 (8) Billy McCann ...............5-20 3- 11 (8) Bill Gibson ..................8-16 4-10 (T7) Bill Gibson ..................7-18 3-11 (7) Bill Gibson ..................7-15 4-10 (T6) Bill Gibson ..................9-17 4-10 (7) Bill Gibson ..................9-16 5-9 (5) Bill Gibson .................10-l5 5-9 (6) Bill Gibson .................10-l5 3-11 (7) Bill Gibson ................15-11 6-8 (5) Bill Gibson ..................21-7 8-4 (T2) Bill Gibson ................13-12 4-8 (T4) Bill Gibson ................11-16 4-8 (4) Terry Holland ............12-13 4-8 (5) Terry Holland ............18-12 4-8 (6) Terry Holland ............12-17 2-10 (T6) Terry Holland ..............20-8 6-6 (T4) Terry Holland ............19-10 7-5 (3) Terry Holland ............24-10 7-7 (T5) Terry Holland ..............29-4 13-1 (1) Terry Holland ..............30-4 12-2 (T1) Terry Holland ..............29-5 12-2 (T1) Terry Holland ............21-12 6-8 (T5) Terry Holland ............17-16 3-11 (8) Terry Holland ............19-11 7-7 (T4) Terry Holland ............21-10 8-6 (4) Terry Holland ............13-18 5-9 (6) Terry Holland ............22-11 9-5 (T2) Terry Holland ............20-12 6-8 (T5) Jeff Jones .................21-12 6-8 (T5) Jeff Jones .................20-13 8-8 (T4) Jeff Jones .................21-10 9-7 (5) Jeff Jones .................18-13 8-8 (T4) Jeff Jones ...................25-9 12-4 (T1) Jeff Jones .................12-15 6-10 (7) Jeff Jones .................18-13 7-9 (6) Jeff Jones .................11-19 3-13 (9) Pete Gillen .................14-16 4-12 (9) Pete Gillen.................19-12 9-7 (T3) Pete Gillen...................20-9 9-7 (4) Pete Gillen.................17-12 7-9 (T5) Pete Gillen.................16-16 6-10 (T6) Pete Gillen.................18-13 6-10 (T7) Pete Gillen .................14-15 4-12 (T10) Dave Leitao ...............15-15 7-9 (T7) Dave Leitao ...............21-11 11-5 (T1) Dave Leitao ...............17-16 5-11 (10) Dave Leitao ...............10-18 4-12 (11) Tony Bennett.............15-16 5-11 (T9)

ACC Trn. 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 3-0 2-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 2-1 2-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 2-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 2-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1

Non PostConf. Season 15-6 8-5 7-5 3-7 4-4 4-5 5-4 1-10 3-5 2-8 4-5 4-6 3-4 5-6 4-6 5-5 6-3 8-2 12-2 NIT 0-1 8-3 6-7 8-4 11-4 NCAA 0-1 8-6 14-1 NIT 0-1 12-4 NIT 1-1 17-2 NIT Champ 15-2 NCAA 4-1 16-1 NCAA 1-1 15-2 NCAA 2-1 15-3 NCAA 4-1 14-4 NIT 2-1 11-3 NCAA 0-1 12-3 NCAA 0-1 8-8 12-5 NCAA 3-1 12-3 NCAA 1-1 14-3 NCAA 0-1 12-4 NIT Champ 11-2 NCAA 2-1 8-4 NCAA 1-1 12-4 NCAA 3-1 6-4 11-3 NCAA 0-1 8-5 10-3 10-4 NIT 0-1 11-1 NCAA 0-1 10-2 NIT 0-1 10-5 NIT 1-1 11-2 NIT 1-1 9-2 7-5 NIT 0-1 10-6 NCAA 1-1 12-4 CBI 2-1 6-5 9-4 -

Final Final AP Coach 20 18 15 5 3 3 3 4 4 22 13 15 16 15 24 -

AllACC 1 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 2 1 2 2 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 3 2 1 0 0 2 2 1 0 1

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 0 2 3 1 1 1 2 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

PPG Offense 79.6 89.8 73.8 68.6 70.5 70.6 67.3 70.2 70.2 66.4 64.8 71.6 73.5 78.0 79.8 79.3 69.8 76.4 81.8 74.8 77.3 68.4 76.5 65.6 71.9 76.3 71.1 73.3 70.2 83.6 66.6 61.2 70.4 74.2 66.8 81.9 72.5 74.3 70.0 74.2 64.1 77.4 69.4 67.7 65.7 72.8 81.5 85.0 79.6 73.9 74.4 72.8 67.9 77.0 76.8 70.0 65.5

FG% .393 .442 .407 .372 .394 .386 .392 .362 .362 .409 .451 .420 .435 .420 .462 .483 .435 .461 .452 .477 .459 .456 .501 .452 .473 .499 .500 .511 .527 .523 .503 .499 .501 .496 .439 .460 .434 .455 .433 .441 .387 .444 .416 .427 .439 .423 .451 .455 .463 .451 .446 .429 .415 .437 .435 .417 .426

PPG FT% Defense .696 74.6 .728 84.4 .722 78.9 .681 74.4 .732 72.2 .710 71.3 .702 75.6 .654 85.5 .642 83.1 .666 74.5 .662 69.7 .674 80.3 .688 77.7 .709 82.3 .636 86.6 .654 83.6 .713 73.0 .760 74.9 .702 70.7 .706 71.2 .701 80.0 .725 70.0 .729 70.7 .697 67.3 .748 66.9 .762 69.7 .739 63.7 .723 60.6 .680 57.2 .711 68.9 .670 61.5 .715 59.6 .692 64.9 .738 68.4 .651 67.5 .722 78.0 .714 69.9 .721 68.5 .721 65.2 .653 69.3 .661 65.7 .719 66.8 .695 68.8 .674 65.0 .653 70.0 .734 73.7 .678 75.4 .736 74.8 .719 74.3 .658 74.6 .682 74.9 .689 76.0 .748 67.7 .742 70.8 .705 74.8 .740 72.5 .748 63.6

Opp. FG% .438 .445 .445 .454 .491 .442 .453 .490 .474 .454 .473 .455 .447 .454 .455 .480 .472 .457 .496 .461 .475 .429 .433 .437 .417 .470 .448 .459 .455 .448 .481 .455 .442 .424 .405 .394 .390 .394 .409 .428 .446 .464 .465 .442 .435 .427 .448 .435 .408 .449 .438 .436

Reb. Mar. -3.3 -8.6 -9.3 -6.7 -3.3 -2.3 -6.8 1.7 -1.6 -0.1 9.4 2.6 -0.6 -0.8 -1.1 -2.9 0.0 3.3 4.3 2.0 -0.5 3.8 3.3 6.1 8.3 2.0 3.2 3.5 4.9 1.3 4.9 1.3 2.4 2.8 4.0 0.2 5.0 1.4 1.5 4.0 -6.9 -2.3 5.6 3.9 2.6 -5.3 -2.0 4.6 4.5 5.1 1.4 0.5


VIRGINIA TECH HOKIES 2010-11 Hokie Roster Bold denotes returning starter No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 11 14 21 23 24 25 31 32 33

Player

Jeff Allen Terrell Bell Erik Sorenson Allan Chaney Cadarian Raines Dorenzo Hudson Erick Green Victor Davila Tyrone Garland Malcolm Delaney Ben Boggs Manny Atkins Jarell Eddie Paul Debnam JT Thompson

Head Coach: Assistants:

Cl.

Sr. Sr. Fr. So. So. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. So. Fr. Gr. Sr.

Pos.

F G/F G F F G G F G G G G/F G/F G F

Hgt.

6-7 6-6 6-3 6-9 6-9 6-5 6-4 6-8 6-1 6-3 6-4 6-7 6-7 6-3 6-6

Wgt.

Hometown

230 205 175 235 238 220 185 245 170 190 200 200 209 195 210

Washington, D.C. Stone Mountain, Ga. Dallas, Texas Baltimore, Md. Petersburg, Va. Charlotte, N.C. Winchester, Va. Canovanas, P.R. Philadelphia, Pa. Baltimore, Md. Roanoke, Va. Stone Mountain, Ga. Charlotte, N.C. Farmville, Va. Monroe, N.C.

Seth Greenberg (Fairleigh Dickinson ‘78) Adrian Autry (Syracuse ‘94) James Johnson (Ferrum ‘93) John Richardson (Elizabeth City State ‘95)

Hokie Hyperbole

Seth Greenberg begins his eighth season as the Hokie head coach, welcoming back all five starters and the top 10 scorers from a team that finished 25-9 overall and took part in post season play for the fourth-straight year and fifth time in the past six years ... the 25 wins tied the school record for victories in a single season ... the Hokies have had seven players earn All-ACC honors over the past four years ... returning Virginia Tech players have a combined 343 career starts, 102 more than any other ACC team ... the Hokies return a league-high 99 percent of their scoring from a year ago and 89 percent of their rebounds ... three-year starter Malcolm Delaney, a first-team All-ACC selection as a junior in 2010, led the ACC in scoring (20.2), was sixth in assists (4.5), third in free throw percentage (.842), fourth in minutes played (35.8) and ninth in three-point field goals per game (1.9); has 32 career games with 20 or more points, has reached double-figures in 67 of his last 72 games and is 14th on the school’s all-time scoring list with 1,618 points ... three-year starter Jeff Allen, the league’s active career leader in rebounds (781), steals (191) and blocked shots (189), returns after averaging 12.0 points, 7.4 rebounds, 1.7 steals and 1.2 blocked shots last season; has finished in the top 10 in the ACC in rebounds and steals in each of the past three seasons and twice in blocked shots ... two-year starter Dorenzo Hudson was 10th in the ACC in scoring a year ago (15.2) and had the league’s largest per game scoring improvement (+10.6) from the previous season; led the team in scoring eight times a year ago and had eight games with 20-or-more points ... despite starting only three games, forward J.T Thompson was fourth on team in scoring (7.3) and third in rebounds; had nine games with 10-or-more points and over the last 16 games of the season averaged 9.1 points and 5.6 rebounds ... center Victor Davila started all but one game as a sophomore a year ago; averaged 5.3 points and 4.2 rebounds and was third on the team with 26 blocked shots ... in 33 starts, forward Terrell Bell averaged 6.1 points and was second on the team with a 6.1 per game rebound average.

2010-11 Hokie Schedule Date N12 N16 N21 N25

Opponent TV Time Campbell ....................................................7:30 at Kansas State .........................ESPN .......4:00 at UNCG ............................CSN/NESN .......1:00 vs. Cal State Northridge ......... ESPNU .......2:00 ESPN 76 Classic, Anaheim, Calif. N26 in ESPN 76 Classic ............. ESPN/2/U ....2/5:30 N28 in ESPN 76 Classic .............. ESPN2/U .........tba D1 Purdue ......................................ESPN .......7:30 D5 Virginia........................................ FSN .......6:00 D12 Penn State...................................CSN .......1:00 D18 vs. Mississippi State ....................................tba Battle at Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas D23 at St. Bonaventure......................................7:00 D30 USC Upstate ...............................................2:00 J2 Mount St. Mary’s .......................................2:00 J8 Florida State ............................ESPN2 .......3:00 J13 at North Carolina .........#ESPN/ESPN2 .......9:00 J15 Wake Forest .................. ACC Network .......8:00 J20 at Maryland .................#ESPN/ESPN2 .......9:00 J22 Longwood .................................................7:00 J25 at Georgia Tech ...........................RSN .......9:00 J30 Miami .......................................... FSN .......5:30 F2 at NC State ..................#ESPN/ESPN2 .......7:00 F5 at Boston College .......................................1:00 F13 Georgia Tech .......ACC Network (split) .......1:00 F15 Maryland .............ACC Network (split) .......8:00 F19 at Virginia ............ACC Network (split) .......1:00 F22 at Wake Forest ........................ESPN2 .......7:00 F26 Duke (ESPN Game Day) ............ESPN .......9:00 M1 Boston College ....................... ESPNU .......9:00 M5 at Clemson ..................#ESPN/ESPN2 ..... Noon M10-13 ACC Tournament (Greensboro Coliseum)


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Virginia Tech 2009-10 Final Statistics (25-9, 10-6 tie 3rd in ACC) OVERALL Malcolm Delaney Dorenzo Hudson Jeff Allen JT Thompson Terrell Bell Victor Davila Erick Green Ben Boggs Manny Atkins Cadarian Raines Paul Debnam Lewis Witcher Gene Swindle Total Opponents

GP 33 33 34 34 34 34 34 25 23 21 10 30 1 34 34

GS Min Avg 33 1183 35.8 33 1155 35.0 31 895 26.3 3 682 20.1 33 962 28.3 33 790 23.2 1 423 12.4 0 216 8.6 1 198 8.6 0 165 7.9 1 19 1.9 1 237 7.9 0 0 .0

ACC GAMES Malcolm Delaney Dorenzo Hudson Jeff Allen JT Thompson Terrell Bell Victor Davila Erick Green Manny Atkins Lewis Witcher Cadarian Raines Ben Boggs Paul Debnam Total Opponents

GP 16 15 16 16 16 16 16 10 13 13 11 3 16 16

GS 16 15 16 0 15 15 0 1 1 0 0 1

Min 618 555 415 345 503 359 187 64 85 103 38 3

Avg 38.6 37.0 25.9 21.6 31.4 22.4 11.7 6.4 6.5 7.9 3.5 1.0

FG FGA 483 398 332 203 171 151 99 44 43 34 9 26 1 1994 1949

187 174 156 97 75 72 29 15 19 12 5 10 0 851 778 FG 96 90 68 50 37 26 5 3 3 2 1 0 381 383

FGA 249 202 151 100 80 65 41 9 10 14 10 0 931 932

Pct 3FG FGA

.387 63 206 .437 35 120 .470 10 39 .478 3 6 .439 22 61 .477 0 0 .293 11 40 .341 5 20 .442 6 17 .353 0 0 .556 2 2 .385 0 0 .000 0 0 .427 157 511 .399 182 607

Pct FT 230 117 87 50 36 35 19 21 6 7 2 4 0 614 477

.306 .292 .256 .500 .361 .000 .275 .250 .353 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .307 .300

Pct 3FG FGA Pct .386 27 97 .278 .446 17 59 .288 .450 7 21 .333 .500 1 3 .333 .463 13 31 .419 .400 0 0 .000 .122 3 19 .158 .333 2 6 .333 .300 0 0 .000 .143 0 0 .000 .100 0 4 .000 .000 0 0 .000 .409 70 240 .292 .411 89 299 .298

FT 144 54 50 34 15 6 10 2 2 3 2 1 323 278

FTA 273 155 131 74 57 65 28 26 13 14 6 14 0 856 685

.842 .755 .664 .676 .632 .538 .679 .808 .462 .500 .333 .286 .000 .717 .696

Pct

Off Tot Avg 30 122 3.7 33 114 3.5 73 253 7.4 54 158 4.6 56 208 6.1 77 144 4.2 7 31 0.9 10 34 1.4 9 31 1.3 20 37 1.8 3 6 0.6 14 29 1.0 1 1 1.0 443 1278 37.6 430 1231 36.2

PF DQ A TO BK ST Pts 96 1 147 99 3 41 667 60 0 63 57 8 25 500 121 4 40 76 42 59 409 91 3 19 35 10 27 247 84 4 68 51 38 27 208 69 2 13 30 26 8 179 38 1 31 25 7 17 88 21 0 14 15 1 10 56 17 0 14 12 3 14 50 19 0 3 6 16 4 31 0 0 0 2 1 3 14 19 0 2 6 3 2 24 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 637 15 414 419 158 237 2473 714 29 423 525 151 172 2215

20.2 15.2 12.0 7.3 6.1 5.3 2.6 2.2 2.2 1.5 1.4 0.8 0.0 72.7 65.1

FTA 170 67 75 48 22 14 12 4 4 6 4 2 428 385

Pct .847 .806 .667 .708 .682 .429 .833 .500 .500 .500 .500 .500 .755 .722

Off 14 13 25 31 25 35 4 1 6 10 3 0 196 219

PF DQ A TO 54 1 78 56 31 0 23 31 59 1 15 40 50 3 7 14 50 2 25 24 41 2 4 12 14 0 12 9 7 0 6 4 7 0 1 2 11 0 1 4 8 0 1 5 0 0 0 0 333 9 173 204 357 14 215 251

Avg 22.7 16.7 12.1 8.4 6.4 3.6 1.4 1.0 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.3 72.2 70.8

Tot Avg 60 3.8 50 3.3 102 6.4 82 5.1 112 7.0 60 3.8 19 1.2 10 1.0 9 0.7 17 1.3 6 0.5 0 0.0 578 36.1 626 39.1

BK ST Pts 1 22 363 1 9 251 22 26 193 2 15 135 20 16 102 8 3 58 1 6 23 1 3 10 1 2 8 6 3 7 0 5 4 0 1 1 63 111 1155 80 90 1133

Avg

2009-10 Game Results VT Opp Results AP USA AP USA W/L N15 Brown ....................................................................... W N17 UNC Greensboro ...................................................... W N23 at Campbell .............................................................. W N27 at Temple....................................................................L N28 #Delaware................................................................. W D1 at Iowa...................................................................... W D6 Georgia ..................................................................... W D9 VMI........................................................................... W D12 at Penn State ............................................................ W D19 Charleston Southern................................................. W D22 UMBC ....................................................................... W D30 Longwood ................................................................ W J2 vs. Seton Hall ........................................................... W J10 at North Carolina ............................... 9 ...... 9 .............L J13 Miami .............................................. 25 ...... x ........... W J16 at Florida State ................................ 25 .... 25 .............L J18 North Carolina Central .............................................. W J23 Boston College ......................................................... W J28 at Virginia ................................................................. W J31 at Miami .....................................................................L F4 North Carolina .......................................................... W F6 Clemson ................................................................... W F10 at NC State ............................................................... W F13 Virginia ..................................................................... W F16 Wake Forest.............................................................. W F21 at Duke .............................................. 6 ...... 6 .............L F24 at Boston College .......................................................L F27 Maryland ....................................................................L M3 NC State ................................................................... W M6 at Georgia Tech ........................................................ W ACC Tournament M12 #Miami .......................................................................L National Invitation Tournament (#1 Seed) M19 #Quinnipiac (#8) ....................................................... W M22 #Connecticut (#4)..................................................... W M24 #Rhode Island (#2).....................................................L

Score 69-55 59-46 71-60 50-61 ot 74-66 70-64 74-62 98-73 66-64 73-50 71-34 85-50 ot 104-93 64-78 81-66 58-63 72-30 63-62 ot 76-71 75-82 74-70 70-59 72-52 61-55 87-83 55-67 60-80 2ot 100-104 71-59 88-82

VT FGs 26-56 24-64 24-54 17-57 23-65 27-58 25-53 38-84 24-55 27-49 26-57 30-51 31-66 24-67 25-53 19-55 25-56 22-57 28-62 25-53 26-67 15-49 20-70 20-54 26-61 19-58 19-61 37-81 24-53 25-49

VT FG% .464 .375 .444 .298 .354 .486 .472 .452 .436 .551 .456 .588 .470 .358 .472 .345 .446 .386 .452 .472 .388 .306 .286 .370 .426 .328 .311 .457 .453 .510

VT FTs 10-18 10-18 16-24 13-17 22-31 12-17 18-19 21-28 13-19 11-16 6-13 23-41 36-43 12-18 24-33 11-21 15-24 15-19 16-20 20-24 18-22 38-46 12-20 16-20 32-47 15-16 20-27 22-31 20-28 29-36

VT FT% .556 .556 .667 .765 .710 .706 .947 .750 .684 .688 .542 .561 .837 .667 .727 .524 .625 .789 .800 .833 .818 .826 .600 .800 .681 .938 .741 .710 .714 .806

Opp FGs 21-47 18-51 22-44 24-56 22-57 22-49 21-50 26-70 22-65 17-50 11-49 18-70 36-73 28-52 21-61 18-44 13-49 22-40 25-57 24-38 23-53 19-62 27-51 21-64 31-68 18-62 29-57 37-83 20-50 27-71

Opp FG% .447 .353 .500 .429 .386 .449 .420 .371 .338 .340 .224 .257 .493 .538 .344 .409 .265 .550 .439 .632 .434 .306 .529 .328 .456 .290 .509 .446 .400 .380

Opp FTs .533 .636 .579 .529 .667 .800 .727 .765 .591 .632 .667 .692 .750 .773 .581 .742 .500 .938 .682 .781 .667 .667 .750 .667 .667 .808 .750 .815 .789 .692

Reb Mar +2 -1 +8 -1 +1 +7 +8 +23 -3 +1 +16 +11 +4 -3 +6 -6 +19 -6 +5 +1 -4 -12 -8 -5 +9 -9 -21 +9 -6 +2

TO 8/17 12/23 11/15 13/13 9/12 5/11 14/11 15/18 11/6 19/23 14/22 18/17 14/14 12/18 15/13 18/23 11/21 9/20 14/16 15/20 10/19 10/17 16/15 10/9 13/11 11/11 10/18 15/11 10/20 16/10

Half 34-23 26-26 33-31 17-27 30-29 34-28 36-27 44-37 36-36 33-21 38-13 43-21 37-33 38-34 50-23 25-32 30-8 38-29 28-27 30-47 33-35 29-27 34-23 21-25 32-40 30-35 24-39 37-31 31-22 45-39

65-70

24-63

.381

11-18

.611

25-54

.463

.762

-17

8/18

37-35

81-61 65-63 72-79

29-64 24-57 26-54

.453 .421 .481

16-26 15-23 16-22

.615 .652 .727

24-63 25-60 28-60

.381 .417 .467

.750 .563 .680

+12 7/10 -1 10/13 +6 16/10

39-27 30-35 42-40


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Seth Greenberg, Virginia Tech Head Coach

Virginia Tech’s Seth Greenberg begins his eighth season as the head basketball coach in Blacksburg ... named the ACC Coach of the Year twice (2005, 2008), Greenberg is 132-94 (.584) in his seven seasons with the Hokies ... over the past four seasons, Tech is 36-28 (.563) in ACC regular season play and has averaged 21.8 wins per season ... earned ACC Coach of the Year honors in 2005 after leading the Hokies to a 16-14 overall record and an 8-8 league mark in their inaugural ACC campaign and the school’s first post-season appearance since 1996 ... came to Virginia Tech from the University of South Florida, where he served as head coach for seven seasons (1997-2003) ... posted a record of 108-100 at South Florida with two NIT appearances ... prior to South Florida, was the head coach at Long Beach State University, where his overall record was 105-70 with two NCAA appearances and one trip to the NIT ... in his 18 years as a head coach, he has compiled an overall record of 320-255 with nine post-season berths ... began his coaching career as an assistant at Columbia in 1978 before moving to two years later to Pittsburgh, where he made two trips to the NCAA Tournament in three years ... spent the 1983-84 season at Virginia, helping the Cavaliers reach the Final Four before moving on to Miami as an assistant under future Virginia Tech head coach Bill Foster ... a 1978 graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson, Greenberg was a four-year letter-winner.

Greenberg Year by Year Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00

Conference PostSchool Overall W-L Finish Season Long Beach St. .........11-17 ......... 7-11 .......... t6th ..................x Long Beach St. .........18-12 ......... 11-7 ........... 4th ........NIT 0-1 Long Beach St. .........22-10 ......... 11-7 ........... 4th .... NCAA 0-1 Long Beach St. .........17-10 ......... 11-7 ......... t2nd ..................x Long Beach St. .........20-10 ......... 13-5 ......... t2nd .... NCAA 0-1 Long Beach St. .........17-11 ......... 12-6 ........... 1st ..................x South Florida ..............8-19 ......... 2-12 ........... 4th ..................x South Florida ............17-13 ........... 7-9 ........... 4th ..................x South Florida ............14-14 ......... 6-10 ......... t2nd ..................x South Florida ............17-14 ........... 8-8 .......... t1st ........NIT 0-1

Year 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Conference PostSchool Overall W-L Finish Season South Florida ............18-13 ........... 9-7 ...........3rd ..................x South Florida ............19-13 ........... 8-8 ...........3rd ........NIT 0-1 South Florida ............15-14 ........... 7-9 ........... 4th ..................x Virginia Tech ............15-14 ........... 7-9 ........... 8th ..................x Virginia Tech ............16-14 ........... 8-8 .......... t4th ........NIT 1-1 Virginia Tech ............14-16 ......... 4-12 ........ t10th ..................x Virginia Tech ............22-12 ......... 10-6 ......... t2nd .... NCAA 1-1 Virginia Tech ............21-14 ........... 9-7 ........... 4th ........NIT 2-1 Virginia Tech ............19-15 ........... 7-9 .......... t7th ........NIT 1-1 Virginia Tech ..............25-9 ......... 10-6 ..........t3rd ........NIT 2-1

Overall Conf. Games ACC Tournament NCAA Tournament NIT Games School Years W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. Long Beach .........(6).......... 1991-96 ........ 105-70.........600 ......... 65-43....... .602 ..............x.............. x ......... 0-2........ .000 ............ 0-1 ..........000 South Florida.......(7).......... 1997-03 ...... 108-100.........519 ......... 47-63....... .427 ..............x.............. x .............x..............x ............ 0-2 ..........000 Virginia Tech .......(7).......... 2004-10 ........ 132-94.........584 ......... 48-48....... .500 .......... 3-6..........333 ......... 1-1........ .500 ............ 6-4 ..........600 Totals ........... (20) ........1991-10..... 345-264 ..... .567.... 160-154 ..... .510........3-6 ..... .333 .......1-3 ..... .250......... 6-7 .......462

Virginia Tech Coaching Records Career Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

R.M. Brown ................... (1) Branch Bocock .............. (5) L.N. Keesling ................. (1) Houston Hughes ........... (1) H.P. Sanborn................. (1) Charles Bernier ............. (3) W.L. Younger ................ (8) B.C. Cubbage ................ (1) M.Buford Blair ............... (2) H.B. Redd ...................... (1) Bud Moore .................... (1) I.E. Randall .................... (1) R.S. Warren .................. (1) C.D. Rhodes ................. (1) G.S. Proctor .................. (4) H.M. McEver ................. (7) G.F. Laird ...................... (8) Charles W. Noe ............. (7) William Matthews ......... (2) Howard Shannon .......... (7) Don DeVoe .................... (5) Charles Moir ............... (11) Frankie Allen ................. (4) Bill Foster ...................... (6)

Years 1909 1910-11,14-16 1912 1913 1917 1918-1920 1921-23,33-37 1924 1925-1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932,45-47 1938-1944 1948-1955 1956-1962 1963-1964 1965-1971 1972-1976 1977-1987 1988-1991 1992-1997

W 4 57 6 5 17 47 66 5 9 6 5 4 5 5 38 49 77 109 28 104 88 213 56 101

L 2 13 3 9 2 13 85 13 19 8 11 13 14 10 38 71 120 51 19 68 45 119 61 78

Pct. .667 .814 .667 .357 .895 .783 .437 .278 .321 .429 .313 .235 .263 .333 .500 .408 .391 .681 .596 .605 .662 .642 .479 .564

25. 26. 27.

23 46 132

32 69 94

.418 .400 .584

ACC Games Only

W 48

L 48

Pct. .500

ACC Tournament

W 3

L 6

Pct. .333

NCAA Tournament

W 2 1 1 2 0

L 1 1 1 4 1

Pct. .667 .500 .500 .333 .000

W 5 4 8 6 0 0

L 0 0 4 4 1 1

Pct. 1.000 1.000 .667 .600 .000 .000

1.

1.

1. 2. 4. 5.

Bobby Hussey ............... (2) 1998-1999 Ricky Stokes ................. (4) 2000-2003 Seth Greenberg ............. (7) 2004-2010 Years Seth Greenberg ............. (6) 2005-2010

Years Seth Greenberg ............. (6) 2005-2010 No. Howard Shannon ............................... (1) Seth Greenberg .................................. (1) Bill Foster ........................................... (1) Charles Moir ...................................... (4) Don DeVoe ......................................... (1)

NIT Tournament 1. 3. 4. 5.

No. Bill Foster ........................................... (1) Don DeVoe ......................................... (1) Charles Moir ...................................... (4) Seth Greenberg .................................. (4) Howard Shannon ............................... (1) Gus Tebell .......................................... (1)


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Virginia Tech (1954-201009) Year 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965

So. Conf. Head Coach Overall Conf. Finish Trn. G.F. Laird ....................3-24 3-13 (9) G.F. Laird ....................7-20 4-14 (9) Charles W. Noe .........14-11 10-7 (3) 0-1 Charles W. Noe ...........14-8 12-5 (3) 1-1 Charles W. Noe ...........11-8 10-5 (2) 0-1 Charles W. Noe ...........16-5 10-2 (2) 0-1 Charles W. Noe ...........20-6 12-1 (1) 2-1 Charles W. Noe ...........15-7 12-3 (2) 0-1 Charles W. Noe ...........19-6 9-3 (2) 2-1 William Matthews .....12-12 6-6 (T5) 1-1 William Matthews .......16-7 7-3 (3) 0-1 Howard Shannon ......13-10 8-3 (2) 1-1

Non Conf. 0-11 3-6 4-4 2-3 1-3 6-3 8-5 3-4 10-3 6-6 9-4 5-7

PostSeason -

Final Final AP Coach -

AllSo. 0 0 1 0 1 2 3 2 2 2 2 2

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

PPG Offense 71.6 76.2 70.4 74.7 83.7 81.8 85.2 81.9 73.3 78.8 81.7

FG% .397 .406 .433 .420 .438 .451 .446 .439 .447

PPG FT% Defense 82.0 80.1 69.2 .716 64.6 .692 66.9 .695 67.6 .734 71.0 .698 75.0 .728 73.2 .699 72.6 .718 74.3 .661 77.2

Opp. FG% .394 .371 .382 .390 .411 .389 .417 .413 .415

Reb. Mar. 2.0 5.6 13.9 12.4 11.4 2.0 -1.1 6.4 2.3

Year 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978

Head Coach Overall Conf. Finish Howard Shannon ........19-5 Howard Shannon ........20-7 Howard Shannon ......14-11 Howard Shannon ......14-12 Howard Shannon ......10-12 Howard Shannon ......14-11 Don DeVoe ................16-10 Don DeVoe ..................22-5 Don DeVoe ................13-13 Don DeVoe ................16-10 Don DeVoe ..................21-7 Charles Moir .............19-10 Charles Moir ...............19-8 -

Conf. Trn. -

Non Conf. 19-5 20-7 14-11 14-12 10-12 14-11 16-10 22-5 13-13 16-10 21-7 19-10 19-8

PostSeason NIT 0-1 NCAA 2-1 NIT 4-0 NCAA 0-1 NIT 1-1 -

Final Final AP Coach -

AllConf. -

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1

PPG Offense 85.5 78.9 78.2 75.2 72.7 81.9 77.1 85.5 76.0 80.4 87.2 80.8 85.7

FG% .468 .465 .470 .436 .421 .448 .431 .457 .411 .477 .502 .474 .479

PPG FT% Defense .709 77.9 .624 70.5 .694 77.6 .710 74.3 .710 73.0 .724 76.4 .677 73.0 .681 80.0 .684 74.0 .732 77.7 .698 72.8 .720 74.0 .684 76.3

Opp. FG% .417 .409 .450 .402 .424 .422 .428 .453 .460 .450 .438 .459 .464

Reb. Mar. 2.3 5.4 -3.5 -2.3 -0.9 8.2 7.4 2.3 -0.2 4.7 10.4 4.8 -0.4

Year 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995

Head Coach Overall Metro Finish Charles Moir ...............22-9 4-6 (T4) Charles Moir ...............21-8 8-4 (2) Charles Moir .............15-13 6-6 (T3) Charles Moir .............20-11 7-5 (4) Charles Moir .............23-11 7-5 (T2) Charles Moir .............22-13 8-6 (4) Charles Moir ...............20-9 10-4 (2) Charles Moir ...............22-9 7-5 (3) Charles Moir .............10-18 5-7 (T5) Frankie Allen .............19-10 6-6 (T3) Frankie Allen .............11-17 2-10 (T6) Frankie Allen .............13-18 5-9 (7) Frankie Allen .............13-16 6-8 (6) Bill Foster ..................10-18 3-9 (7) Bill Foster ..................10-18 1-11 (7) Bill Foster ..................18-10 6-6 (4) Bill Foster ..................25-10 6-6 (T4)

Metro Trn. 3-0 0-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 2-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-1

Non Conf. 18-3 13-4 9-7 13-6 16-6 14-7 10-5 15-4 5-11 13-4 9-7 8-9 7-8 7-8 9-7 12-4 19-4

PostSeason NCAA 1-1 NCAA 1-1 NIT 2-1 NIT 1-1 NIT 4-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 0-1 NIT 5-0

Final Final AllAP Coach Metro -

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PPG Offense 82.2 75.0 72.6 78.6 76.6 74.1 80.9 78.7 72.6 91.2 87.2 76.9 73.6 65.1 67.1 72.4 75.4

FG% .511 .497 .477 .517 .503 .508 .500 .499 .435 .444 .424 .404 .419 .440 .406 .437 .475

PPG FT% Defense .727 73.3 .722 67.8 .750 69.9 .698 71.8 .708 67.6 .682 65.5 .683 69.3 .731 73.1 .664 76.1 .686 85.4 .718 89.5 .643 80.3 .677 79.3 .650 67.8 .688 70.3 .685 66.1 .693 67.2

Opp. FG% .452 .442 .488 .506 .455 .440 .428 .447 .450 .439 .479 .487 .453 .419 .420 .401 .405

Reb. Mar. 0.7 -0.5 -1.4 -1.3 -1.4 -3.9 0.5 -2.2 -2.8 -5.0 -2.4 -4.2 -2.7 -0.8 -6.0 -0.4 2.3

Year 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

Head Coach Overall Bill Foster ....................23-6 Bill Foster ..................15-16 Bobby Hussey ...........10-17 Bobby Hussey ...........13-15 Ricky Stokes .............16-15

A-10 Finish 13-3 (T1-W) 7-9 (3-W) 5-11 (T4-W) 7-9 (4-W) 8-8 (4-W)

A-10 Trn. 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 1-1

Non Conf. 10-3 8-7 5-6 6-6 8-7

PostSeason NCAA 1-1 -

Final Final AP Coach 22 21 -

AllA-10 2 1 0 2 1

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

PPG Offense 70.2 62.4 66.2 65.3 64.4

FG% .457 .436 .370 .428 .437

PPG FT% Defense .698 62.9 .665 60.2 .675 67.6 .663 66.1 .658 63.9

Opp. FG% .419 .418 .413 .415 .395

Reb. Mar. 2.6 -0.1 1.7 0.4 0.3

Year 2001 2002 2003 2004

Head Coach Overall B-East Finish Ricky Stokes ...............8-19 2-14 (7) Ricky Stokes .............10-18 4-12 (7) Ricky Stokes .............12-17 4-12 (T6) Seth Greenberg .........15-14 7-9 (T8)

B-East Trn. 1-1

Non Conf. 6-5 6-6 8-5 8-5

PostSeason -

Final Final AllAP Coach B-East 0 0 0 1

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PPG Offense 65.6 69.4 70.2 66.6

FG% .413 .426 .424 .411

PPG FT% Defense .654 74.7 .685 70.8 .665 74.7 .599 67.7

Opp. FG% .446 .414 .446 .458

Reb. Mar. -0.9 6.8 -0.9 -1.0

Year 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Head Coach Overall Seth Greenberg .........16-14 Seth Greenberg .........14-16 Seth Greenberg .........22-12 Seth Greenberg .........21-14 Seth Greenberg .........19-15 Seth Greenberg ...........25-9

ACC Trn. 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-1

Non Conf. 8-5 10-3 12-6 11-6 11-5 15-2

PostSeason NIT 1-1 NCAA 1-1 NIT 2-1 NIT 1-1 NIT 2-1

Final Final AP Coach 25 -

All- NBA Am. Draft 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

PPG Offense 68.5 68.7 71.5 70.2 72.6 72.7

FG% .427 .454 .468 .439 .437 .427

PPG FT% Defense .642 68.7 .645 65.2 .660 64.1 .681 64.7 .724 70.7 .717 65.1

Opp. FG% .444 .432 .417 .407 .421 .399

Reb. Mar. -3.4 -3.0 -0.6 4.1 3.1 1.4

ACC Finish 8-8 (T4) 4-12 (T10) 10-6 (T3) 9-7 (4) 7-9 (T7) 10-6 (T3)

AllACC 0 0 2 1 2 2


wake forest demon deacons 2010-11 Demon Deacon Roster Bold denotes returning starter

No. 0 1 2 11 20 23 25 30 33 40 41 43 45 52

Player

J.T. Terrell Tony Chennault Gary ClarK C.J. Harris Ari Stewart Melvin Tabb Nikita Mescheriakov Travis McKie Carson Desrosiers Ty Walker Brooks Godwin Aaron Ingle Ryan Keenan Denmore McDermott

Head Coach: Assistants:

Cl.

Fr. Fr. Sr. So. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr.

Pos.

G G G G F F F F C C F G F F

Hgt.

6-3 6-2 6-4 6-3 6-7 6-8 6-8 6-7 7-0 7-0 6-5 6-0 6-4 6-5

Wgt.

175 195 200 185 205 250 215 205 235 230 210 175 195 235

Hometown

Burlington, N.C. Philadelphia, Pa. Sarasota, Fla. Winston-Salem, N.C. Marietta, Ga. Raleigh, N.C. Minsk, Belarus Richmond, Va. Windham, N.H. Wilmington, N.C. Winston-Salem, N.C. Weaverville, N.C. Bellaire, Texas Baltimore, Md.

Jeff Bzdelik (Illinois-Chicago ‘76) Jeff Battle, Associate Head Coach (Marshall ‘85) Rusty LaRue (Wake Forest ‘96) Mark Pope (Kentucky ‘96)

2010-11 Demon Deacon Schedule

Deacon Data

All-ACC Freshmen team selection C.J. Harris is the lone returning starter for first-year head coach Jeff Bzdelik, who takes command of a program that finished 20-11 overall a year ago and tied with Clemson for fifth place with a 9-7 league mark ... the Deacons made their second-straight NCAA Tournament appearance a year ago and the 22nd overall ... Wake Forest has had three first-round draft picks over the last two years ... the Deacons return a league-low 34 percent of their team’s scoring from a year ago and only 21 percent of their rebounding ... returning players total only 31 career starts ... gone are five players - seniors Ishmael Smith, L.D. Williams, Chas McFarland, David Weaver and junior Al-Farouq Aminu - who totaled 4,070 points, 2,363 rebounds, 948 assists and 361 starts in their careers ... Aminu averaged a team-high 15.8 points per game and led the ACC in rebounding (10.7) ... Smith averaged 13.2 points per game and finished second on the school’s career assist chart (612) and eighth in steals (153) ... Williams had 118 career starts and became the 47th Deacon to reach the 1,000-point plateau (1,005) ... a four-time ACC Rookie of the Week honoree, C.J. Harris had 17 games with 10 or more points, was third on the team in scoring (9.9) and finished fourth in the ACC in free throw percentage (.831); started 21 games and led the team in scoring five times, including a career-high 20 points in a 82-69 win at North Carolina (Jan. 20) ... 6-7 forward Ari Stewart came off the bench in all 31 games as a freshman a year ago, averaging 7.3 points and 3.2 rebounds per game; scored in double figures 10 times and shot .371 from three-point range ... guard Gary Clark averaged 3.2 points and 9.3 minutes in 24 games as a junior a year ago ... 7-0 junior center Ty Walker averaged 2.1 points and 1.6 rebounds in seven games a year ago; is averaging one blocked shot every 1:55 in his career (13 in 25 minutes).

Date Opponent TV Time N12 Stetson.......................................................7:00 N15 Hampton ................................ ESPNU .......7:00 Pre-Season NIT, Winston-Salem, N.C. N16 Wake Forest in Pre-season NIT ...............7/9:30 Pre-Season NIT, Winston-Salem, N.C. N20 vs. Elon ......................................................8:00 Greensboro (N.C.) Coliseum N24 in Pre-Season NIT ..................ESPN2 ....7/9:00 Pre-Season NIT, New York, N.Y. N26 in Pre-Season NIT ..................ESPN/2 ....2:30/5 N30 Iowa ....................................... ESPNU .......7:00 D4 Holy Cross .................................................1:00 D12 vs. UNCW.................................MASN .......1:00 Greensboro (N.C.) Coliseum D15 UNCG ..................................... ESPNU .......7:00 D18 at Xavier .................................CBS CS .......8:00 D21 Presbyterian ...............................................7:00 D29 at Richmond ..............................................7:00 J2 Gonzaga ...................................... FSN .......1:00 J5 High Point ..................................................7:00 J8 at NC State .................... ACC Network .......2:30 J12 Maryland ....................... ACC Network .......8:00 J15 at Virginia Tech ............. ACC Network .......8:00 J19 at Georgia Tech ...................... ESPNU .......7:00 J22 Duke..........................................ESPN .......4:00 J29 Virginia.......................... ACC Network .......4:00 F1 at Florida State ...........................................7:00 F5 at Maryland .........ACC Network (split) .......1:00 F9 Miami ..........................................RSN .......7:00 F13 NC State ..............ACC Network (split) .......1:00 F15 at North Carolina .ACC Network (split) .......8:00 F19 Florida State ........ACC Network (split) .......1:00 F22 Virginia Tech ...........................ESPN2 .......7:00 F26 at Clemson ..................................RSN .......4:00 M3 Georgia Tech ................. ACC Network .......8:00 M6 at Boston College .......... ACC Network ..... Noon M10-13 ACC Tournament (Greensboro Coliseum)


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Wake Forest 2009-10 Final Statistics (20-11, 9-7 tie 5th in ACC) OVERALL GP Al-Farouq Aminu 31 Ishmael Smith 31 C.J. Harris 31 L.D. Williams 31 Ari Stewart 31 Chas McFarland 31 Tony Woods 31 Gary Clark 24 David Weaver 31 Konner Tucker 6 Ty Walker 7 Aaron Ingle 2 Ryan Keenan 2 Kyle Fowler 2 Brooks Godwin 7 Denmore McDermott 1 Phaethon Bolton 2 Total 31 Opponents 31

GS Min Avg 30 970 31.3 31 1140 36.8 21 864 27.9 31 942 30.4 0 530 17.1 25 762 24.6 9 413 13.3 0 224 9.3 8 402 13.0 0 31 5.2 0 48 6.9 0 4 2.0 0 2 1.0 0 2 1.0 0 13 1.9 0 1 1.0 0 2 1.0

ACC GAMES Al-Farouq Aminu Ishmael Smith L.D. Williams C.J. Harris Chas McFarland Ari Stewart Tony Woods Gary Clark David Weaver Brooks Godwin Total Opponents

GS 16 16 16 14 13 0 2 0 3 0

GP 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 1 16 16

Min 529 612 481 451 411 273 200 134 158 1

Avg 33.1 38.2 3.1 28.2 25.7 17.1 12.5 8.4 9.9 1.0

FG FGA 374 419 213 215 228 166 97 66 61 10 16 0 0 1 2 1 0 1869 1890

167 176 82 100 85 74 59 28 31 4 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 811 738 FG 80 92 49 35 47 38 31 15 13 0 400 381

FGA 184 231 108 108 95 115 46 41 23 0 951 968

Pct 3FG FGA

.447 18 66 .420 12 54 .385 35 108 .465 6 37 .373 43 116 .446 0 5 .608 0 0 .424 13 31 .508 3 10 .400 4 8 .313 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .434 134 435 .390 179 613

Pct FT 139 44 108 65 14 75 25 8 17 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 501 500

.273 .222 .324 .162 .371 .000 .000 .419 .300 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .308 .292

Pct 3FG FGA Pct .435 8 31 .258 .398 4 25 .160 .454 4 17 .235 .324 19 62 .306 .495 0 3 .000 .330 21 59 .356 .674 0 0 .000 .366 10 23 .435 .565 1 3 .333 .000 0 0 .000 .421 67 223 .300 .394 95 296 .321

FTA 199 89 130 97 23 125 52 12 25 3 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 762 728

Pct

.698 .494 .831 .670 .609 .600 .481 .667 .680 .333 .714 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .657 .687

FT FTA Pct 68 91 .747 27 49 .551 36 55 .655 46 54 .852 41 71 .577 5 10 .500 11 20 .550 7 10 .700 4 6 .667 0 0 .000 245 366 .669 258 370 .697

133 332 1.7 29 151 4.9 6 55 1.8 61 175 5.6 33 99 3.2 71 216 7.0 56 100 3.2 6 15 0.6 22 64 2.1 1 4 0.7 5 11 1.6 1 1 0.5 0 2 1.0 0 0 0.0 1 2 0.3 0 1 1.0 0 0 0.0 463 1306 42.1 429 1158 37.4

Off Tot Avg

PF DQ A TO BK ST Pts 91 4 41 99 44 44 491 55 1 185 95 19 52 408 77 3 38 49 2 28 307 90 5 55 57 7 43 271 56 1 8 39 2 10 227 104 6 25 59 36 14 223 62 3 2 34 24 4 143 18 1 5 7 1 15 77 60 0 7 19 18 8 82 7 0 1 2 0 0 13 2 0 1 1 9 2 15 2 0 1 1 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 1 0 624 24 369 471 163 221 2257 648 20 354 426 121 222 2155

15.8 13.2 9.9 8.7 7.3 7.2 4.6 3.2 2.6 2.2 2.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 72.8 69.5

Off 67 14 33 3 34 19 29 4 8 0 237 238

PF DQ A TO 49 3 17 56 28 1 101 49 47 3 28 29 38 0 17 25 57 3 9 31 25 1 5 19 39 3 0 18 11 1 1 4 28 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 322 15 180 242 329 9 189 221

Avg 14.8 13.4 8.6 8.4 8.4 6.4 4.6 2.9 1.9 0.0 69.5 69.7

Tot Avg 165 1.3 81 5.1 88 5.5 26 1.6 111 6.9 54 3.4 46 2.9 10 0.6 18 1.1 0 0.0 645 40.3 608 38.0

BK ST Pts 26 26 236 11 29 215 2 20 138 2 14 135 20 8 135 1 6 102 9 0 73 0 8 47 9 1 31 0 0 0 80 112 1112 67 113 1115

Avg

2009-10 Game Results WF Opp Results AP USA AP USA W/L N13 Oral Roberts ............................................................. W N15 #East Carolina .......................................................... W N18 High Point ................................................................ W N24 Winston-Salem State ................................................ W N28 William & Mary...........................................................L D1 at Purdue ........................................... 4 ...... 6 .............L D5 at Gonzaga....................................... 17 .... 16 ........... W D13 Elon .......................................................................... W D16 at UNC Wilmington ................................................... W D20 NC State ................................................................... W D28 at UNC Greensboro................................................... W D31 Richmond ................................................................. W J3 Xavier ....................................................................... W J9 at Miami .....................................................................L J12 Maryland .................................................................. W J17 at Duke .............................................. 8 ...... 7 .............L J20 at North Carolina ............................. 24 .... 23 ........... W J23 Virginia ..................................................................... W J28 at Georgia Tech ............................... 22 .... 22 .............L F2 Miami ....................................................................... W F6 at Virginia ................................................................. W F9 Boston College ......................................................... W F13 Georgia Tech ............................................................ W F16 at Virginia Tech...........................................................L F20 at NC State .................................................................L F27 North Carolina ............................................................L M3 at Florida State ...........................................................L M7 Clemson ................................................................... W ACC Tournament M11 #Miami .......................................................................L NCAA Tournament (#9 Seed - East) M18 #Texas (#8) ............................................................... W M20 #Kentucky (#1) .................................. 2 ...... 2 .............L

Score 76-56 89-58 83-60 76-52 68-78 58-69 77-75 90-50 80-69 67-59 75-60 ot 74-68 2ot 96-92 66-67 ot 85-83 70-90 82-69 69-57 58-79 62-53 ot 64-61 92-85 75-64 83-87 54-68 68-77 47-51 70-65

WF FGs 29-60 34-63 27-52 30-57 26-74 22-52 24-63 38-72 30-56 26-61 25-56 21-56 34-66 21-58 32-70 26-66 30-60 23-44 21-64 18-44 25-57 31-54 29-66 31-68 23-66 22-74 17-40 25-59

WF FG% .483 .540 .519 .526 .351 .423 .381 .528 .536 .426 .446 .375 .515 .362 .457 .394 .500 .523 .328 .409 .439 .574 .439 .456 .348 .297 .425 .424

WF FTs 13-22 17-27 28-36 10-16 6-12 10-19 21-28 12-14 18-31 12-23 19-30 29-40 24-43 20-25 16-20 15-25 13-18 20-29 13-25 21-27 11-23 23-31 12-17 18-27 8-15 15-24 10-15 18-22

WF FT% .591 .630 .778 .625 .500 .526 .750 .857 .581 .522 .633 .725 .558 .800 .800 .600 .722 .690 .520 .778 .478 .742 .706 .667 .533 .625 .667 .818

Opp FGs 24-62 14-57 20-57 19-59 22-50 22-64 23-51 18-58 24-60 21-62 21-69 24-59 32-86 25-54 28-70 30-70 26-71 22-65 29-54 16-54 22-65 31-67 19-55 26-61 21-52 26-65 15-41 24-62

Opp FG% .387 .246 .351 .322 .440 .344 .451 .310 .400 .339 .304 .407 .372 .463 .400 .429 .366 .338 .537 .296 .338 .463 .345 .426 .404 .400 .366 .387

Opp FTs .364 .675 .786 .769 .771 .774 .618 .688 .536 .579 .765 .667 .767 .647 .760 .813 .733 .500 .750 .750 .750 .609 .800 .681 .833 .576 .708 .632

Reb Mar +26 -2 +14 +7 +4 -2 +6 +26 +6 +8 -2 +16 Even -1 -2 -7 +4 +13 -9 -2 -12 +1 +3 +9 +19 -2 -2 +11

TO 18/13 15/22 18/22 16/17 10/11 25/9 10/10 14/16 16/18 16/16 12/13 15/14 19/16 10/15 16/15 17/14 12/9 24/12 11/17 16/18 9/13 12/10 12/17 11/13 23/15 11/12 20/15 18/14

Half 39-23 46-28 42-39 41-25 22-31 31-29 34-33 41-28 37-30 35-26 31-24 29-29 41-43 31-36 42-39 38-46 36-33 34-15 29-35 36-27 34-29 50-39 37-37 40-32 18-28 28-32 25-31 31-29

62-83

20-57

.351

18-28

.643

30-58

.517

.833

-5

10/8

27-41

ot 81-80 60-90

30-70 21-64

.429 .328

15-24 16-26

.625 .615

26-69 38-63

.377 .603

.606 .412

+25 20/5 -8 11/11

37-38 28-44


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Jeff Bzdelik, Wake Forest Head Coach

Named the 21st head coach in Wake Forest history on April 14, 2010, Jeff Bzdelik brings 32 years of coaching experience to Winston-Salem … Bzdelik has been involved in coaching college and professional basketball since 1978, including seven seasons as a college head coach and three seasons as the head coach of the NBA’s Denver Nuggets … the Illinois native comes to Wake Forest after spending three seasons as the head coach at the University of Colorado where he inherited a 7-20 (3-13 Big 12) team and improved to a game under .500 at 15-16 (6-10) by his third season with the Buffaloes … prior to his arrival in Colorado, Bzdelik served two seasons (2005-07) as the head coach at the Air Force Academy where he guided the Falcons to a 50-16 record (.758) … the 50 wins marked the most successful two-year period in Academy history and Bzdelik is the only coach in Academy history to have won 24 or more games in consecutive seasons … in his two seasons at Air Force, Bzdelik guided the Falcons to a 31-1 home record, including a 15-0 mark in 2005-06 and 16-1 in 2006-07 … during his 15-year career in the NBA, Bzdelik made nine NBA Playoff appearances … in 2003-04, he engineered one of the biggest turnarounds in NBA history during his second season with Denver coaching the Nuggets to the playoffs for the first time since 1994-95 while posting a 43-39 record .. the 26-game improvement over the previous year was the sixth-best turnaround in NBA history …Bzdelik is a 1976 graduate of the University of Illinois-Chicago, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education … earning four varsity letters in basketball at UIC, he was named team MVP as a senior in 1975-76.

Bzdelik Year by Year Year 1986-87 1987-88 2005-06 2006-07

Conference PostSchool Overall W-L Finish Season UMBC ...................... 12-16............... x .............. x ..................x UMBC ...................... 13-15............... x .............. x ..................x Air Force .................... 24-7..........12-4 .......... 2nd ....NCAA 0-1 Air Force .................... 26-9..........10-6 ...........3rd ....... NIT 3-1

Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Conference PostSchool Overall W-L Finish Season Colorado .................. 12-20..........3-13 ......... 12th ..................x Colorado .................... 9-22..........1-15 ......... 12th ..................x Colorado .................. 15-16..........6-10 ........... 8th ..................x

Overall Conf. Games ACC Tournament NCAA Tournament NIT Games School Years W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. W-L Pct. UMBC..................(2).......... 1987-88 .......... 25-31.........446 .................x.............x ..............x.............. x .............x..............x ................x ..............x Air Force .............(2).......... 2006-07 .......... 50-16.........758 ......... 22-10....... .688 ..............x.............. x ......... 0-1........ .000 ............ 3-1 ..........750 Colorado .............(3).......... 2008-10 .......... 36-58.........383 ......... 10-28....... .263 ..............x.............. x .............x..............x ................x ..............x Totals ..................(7) ‘87-’88; 2007-10 ...... 115-105.........523 ......... 32-38....... .457 ..............x.............. x ......... 0-1........ .000 ............ 3-1 ..........750

Wake Forest Coaching Records Career Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

J.R. Crozier ................... (12) E.T. MacDonnell ............. (1) Irving Carlisle ................. (1) Bill Holding ..................... (2) J.L. White ....................... (1) Phil Utley ......................... (1) Hank Garrity ................... (2) R.S. Hayes ...................... (2) James Baldwin ............... (2) Pat Miller ........................ (2) Fred Emmerson .............. (2) Murray Greason ............ (23) Horace McKinney ........... (8) Jack Murdock ................. (1) Jack McCloskey .............. (6) Carl Tacy ....................... (13) Bob Staak ....................... (4) Dave Odom ................... (12) Skip Prosser .................... (6) Dino Gaudio ..................... (3)

ACC Games Only 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Horace McKinney ........... (8) Murray Greason .............. (4) Dino Gaudio ..................... (3) Skip Prosser .................... (6) Dave Odom ................... (12) Carl Tacy ....................... (13)

Years 1906-1917 1918 1919 1920,1922 1921 1923 1924-1925 1926,1931 1927-1928 1929-1930 1932-1933 1934-1957 1958-1965 1966 1967-1972 1973-1985 1986-1989 1990-2001 2002-2007 2008-2010

W 95 4 6 20 7 12 33 21 28 7 9 288 122 8 70 222 45 240 126 61

L 46 12 9 10 10 5 14 16 17 19 16 243 94 18 89 149 69 132 68 31

Pct. .674 .250 .400 .667 .412 .706 .702 .568 .622 .269 .360 .542 .565 .308 .440 .599 .395 .645 .649 .663

Years 1958-1965 1934-1957 2008-2010 2002-2007 1990-2001 1973-1985

W 69 33 27 52 101 71

L 43 21 21 44 87 97

Pct. .616 .611 .563 .542 .537 .423

7. 8. 9.

Jack McCloskey .............. (6) 1967-1972 Jack Murdock ................. (1) 1966 Bob Staak ....................... (4) 1986-1989

32 4 8

50 10 48

.390 .286 .143

Years 1958-1965 1954-1957 1990-2001 2002-2007 1967-1972 1973-1985 1986-1989 2008-2010 1966

W 12 6 9 5 3 6 1 0 0

L 6 4 10 6 6 13 4 3 1

Pct. .667 .600 .474 .455 .333 .316 .200 .000 .000

No. Horace McKinney .................................(2) Dave Odom ...........................................(9) Skip Prosser ..........................................(4) Carl Tacy ...............................................(4) Murray Greason ....................................(2) Dino Gaudio ...........................................(2)

W 6 10 5 5 1 1

L 2 8 4 4 2 2

Pct. .750 .556 .556 .556 .333 .333

W 7 3 0

L 2 2 1

Pct. .778 .600 .000

ACC Tournament 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Horace McKinney ........... (8) Murray Greason .............. (4) Dave Odom ................... (12) Skip Prosser .................... (7) Jack McCloskey .............. (6) Carl Tacy ....................... (13) Bob Staak ....................... (4) Dino Gaudio ..................... (3) Jack Murdock ................. (1)

NCAA Tournament 1. 2. 5.

NIT Tournament 1. 2. 3.

No. Dave Odom ............................................(3) Carl Tacy ...............................................(2) Skip Prosser ..........................................(1)


Wake Forest Demon Deacons

80

Wake Forest (1954-2010) Year 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Head Coach Overall Murray Greason ........17-12 Murray Greason ........17-10 Murray Greason ..........19-9 Murray Greason ..........19-9 Horace McKinney ........6-17 Horace McKinney ......10-14 Horace McKinney ........21-7 Horace McKinney.........19-11 Horace McKinney ........22-9 Horace McKinney ......16-10 Horace McKinney ......16-11 Horace McKinney ......12-15 Jack Murdock .............8-18 Jack McCloskey ..........9-18 Jack McCloskey ..........5-21 Jack McCloskey ..........18-9 Jack McCloskey ........14-13 Jack McCloskey ........16-10 Jack McCloskey ..........8-18 Carl Tacy ...................12-15 Carl Tacy ...................13-13 Carl Tacy ...................13-13 Carl Tacy ...................17-10 Carl Tacy .....................22-8 Carl Tacy ...................19-10 Carl Tacy ...................12-15 Carl Tacy ...................13-14 Carl Tacy .....................22-7 Carl Tacy .....................21-9 Carl Tacy ...................20-12 Carl Tacy .....................23-9 Carl Tacy ...................15-14 Bob Staak....................8-21 Bob Staak..................14-15 Bob Staak..................10-18 Bob Staak..................13-15 Dave Odom ...............12-16 Dave Odom ...............19-11 Dave Odom ...............17-12 Dave Odom .................21-9 Dave Odom ...............21-12 Dave Odom .................26-6 Dave Odom .................26-6 Dave Odom .................24-7 Dave Odom ...............16-14 Dave Odom ...............17-14 Dave Odom ...............22-14 Dave Odom ...............19-11 Skip Prosser .............21-13 Skip Prosser ...............25-6 Skip Prosser .............21-10 Skip Prosser ...............27-6 Skip Prosser .............17-17 Skip Prosser .............15-16 Dino Gaudio ..............17-13 Dino Gaudio ................24-7 Dino Gaudio ..............20-11

ACC Finish 8-4 (3) 8-6 (T4) 10-4 (T3) 7-7 (T4) 3-11 (T7) 5-9 (T6) 12-2 (T1) 11-3 (2) 12-2 (1) 11-3 (2) 9-5 (2) 6-8 (5) 4-10 (T6) 5-9 (T5) 3-11 (T7) 8-6 (T3) 6-8 (5) 7-7 (4) 3-9 (6) 3-9 (7) 3-9 (T5) 2-10 (T6) 5-7 (T4) 8-4 (T2) 6-6 (T4) 3-9 (T6) 4-10 (7) 9-5 (3) 9-5 (3) 7-7 (5) 7-7 (T3) 5-9 (T6) 0-14 (8) 2-12 (7) 3-11 (8) 3-11 (7) 3-11 (8) 8-6 (T3) 7-9 (6) 10-6 (T3) 9-7 (3) 12-4 (T1) 12-4 (2) 11-5 (T2) 7-9 (T4) 7-9 (4) 7-9 (5) 8-8 (T5) 9-7 (T3) 13-3 (1) 9-7 (T3) 13-3 (2) 3-13 (12) 5-11 (T10) 7-9 (T7) 11-5 (T2) 9-7 (T5)

ACC Trn. 2-1 1-1 2-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 2-1 2-0 3-0 2-1 2-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 2-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 3-0 3-0 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 2-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1

Non PostConf. Season 6-6 8-3 6-2 10-0 3-3 5-4 6-4 6-7 NCAA 4-1 7-6 NCAA 2-1 3-5 5-5 5-5 4-6 3-7 2-8 8-2 7-3 8-1 5-6 8-3 10-1 9-2 10-2 12-3 NCAA 2-1 11-1 9-3 9-1 10-1 NCAA 0-1 11-3 NCAA 1-1 13-4 NIT 3-1 15-1 NCAA 2-1 10-4 NIT 0-1 8-6 11-2 7-6 10-3 9-4 11-4 NCAA 1-1 10-2 NCAA 0-1 11-2 NCAA 2-1 12-5 NCAA 1-1 11-2 NCAA 2-1 11-2 NCAA 3-1 10-0 NCAA 1-1 9-4 NIT 1-1 10-4 NIT 1-1 13-4 NIT Champ 11-2 NCAA 0-1 11-5 NCAA 1-1 11-2 NCAA 1-1 12-2 NCAA 2-1 14-2 NCAA 1-1 12-3 NIT 0-1 10-5 10-3 13-1 NCAA 0-1 11-3 NCAA 1-1

Final Final AP Coach 16 18 19 15 10 13 7 9 11 14 18 19 19 16 15 3 3 9 9 9 9 23 22 8 9 17 16 5 6 12 20 -

AllACC 2 2 2 3 1 0 3 2 2 1 3 2 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 2 2 2 1 2 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 2 1 1 2 1

All- NBA Am. Draft 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 3 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1

PPG Offense 76.2 85.7 80.7 68.4 63.1 65.4 72.8 82.9 81.4 71.3 74.1 81.9 83.8 72.2 70.7 86.1 81.4 79.4 69.2 72.3 76.2 80.6 87.8 81.9 83.2 72.4 70.4 77.3 67.8 79.3 74.6 73.1 59.8 68.9 72.4 76.1 68.8 80.5 74.6 77.7 71.3 71.4 68.9 69.0 65.8 66.6 69.8 76.5 82.0 77.8 83.5 84.9 73.0 73.8 72.2 81.0 72.8

FG% .408 .460 .443 .436 .402 .408 .446 .467 .472 .460 .466 .457 .455 .468 .411 .450 .454 .489 .439 .446 .459 .476 .479 .505 .507 .489 .524 .518 .514 .492 .501 .485 .455 .463 .478 0.48 .462 .489 .494 .491 .446 .468 .465 .465 .405 .431 .434 .462 .478 .453 .476 .491 .453 .455 .433 .490 .434

PPG FT% Defense .730 69.9 .756 79.2 .730 75.2 .738 62.6 .675 67.8 .712 66.2 .725 63.1 .683 76.5 .709 74.3 .685 68.8 .692 72.0 .698 84.7 .711 93.0 .750 77.3 .721 78.5 .771 79.2 .768 81.4 .752 74.1 .669 71.0 .711 77.4 .720 74.1 .684 79.1 .720 82.6 .754 76.2 .666 76.4 .651 73.4 .715 67.6 .694 65.1 .680 58.2 .670 74.0 .737 66.8 .711 68.7 .684 67.3 .707 68.1 .714 76.6 .731 76.9 .646 69.0 .688 74.9 .633 68.4 .722 70.2 .739 65.5 .764 62.8 .704 61.3 .690 58.3 .699 66.5 .721 65.0 .674 64.5 .727 66.5 .738 77.0 .752 67.8 .712 83.5 .684 74.0 .671 71.7 .633 76.4 .665 69.4 .711 70.7 .657 69.5

Opp. FG% .369 .388 .398 .406 .378 .419 .432 .423 .433 .492 .495 .450 .472 .453 .454 .440 .465 .465 .464 .459 .479 .496 .455 .472 .483 .454 .448 .464 .476 .482 .500 .480 .491 .504 .451 .462 .457 .440 .405 .388 .393 .364 .429 .417 .405 .409 .442 .397 .449 .436 .415 .468 .429 .398 .390

Reb. Mar. -3.1 2.3 -4.8 -0.8 5.9 9.0 7.0 2.7 2.4 1.2 -8.4 -9.1 -3.5 3.1 -2.4 -1.4 -3.4 -2.6 -1.1 -4.5 -2.2 -2.8 0.8 1.9 3.7 -0.6 1.6 -4.2 -1.9 -3.5 -7.6 -4.6 0.1 2.0 5.1 2.4 7.7 4.8 1.3 2.9 4.9 6.2 0.4 -0.4 4.6 1.0 2.9 9.7 3.1 7.0 6.4 0.2 -0.6 5.9 4.8


Atlantic Coast Conference Champions Year 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Championship Game Results #4 NC State 82, #3 Wake Forest 80 (OT) #1 NC State 87, #2 Duke 77 #1 NC State 76, #3 Wake Forest 64 #1 North Carolina 95, #6 South Carolina 75 #4 Maryland 86, #3 North Carolina 74 #1 NC State 80, #2 North Carolina 56 #4 Duke 63. #2 Wake Forest 59 #1 Wake Forest 96, #2 Duke 81 #1 Wake Forest 77, #6 Clemson 66 #1 Duke 68, #2 Wake Forest 57 #1 Duke 80, #2 Wake Forest 59 #2 NC State 91, #1 Duke 85 #1 Duke 71, #2 NC State 66 #1 North Carolina 82, #2 Duke 73 #1 North Carolina 87, #3 NC State 50 #1 North Carolina 85, #3 Duke 74 #3 NC State 42, #1 South Carolina 39 (20T) #2 South Carolina 52, #1 North Carolina 51 #1 North Carolina 73, #2 Maryland 64 #1 NC State 76, #3 Maryland 74 #1 NC State 103, #2 Maryland 100 (OT) #2 North Carolina 70, #4 NC State 66 #6 Virginia 67, #1 North Carolina 62 #1 North Carolina 75, #7 Virginia 69 #2 Duke 85, #5 Wake Forest 77 #1 North Carolina 71, #2 Duke 63 #6 Duke 73, #1 Maryland 72 #2 North Carolina 61, #4 Maryland 60 #1 North Carolina 47, #2 Virginia 45 #4 NC State 81, #2 Virginia 78 #2 Maryland 74, #3 Duke 62 #1 Georgia Tech 57, #2 North Carolina 54 #1 Duke 68, #2 Georgia Tech 67 #6 NC State 68, #1 North Carolina 67 #3 Duke 65, #1 North Carolina 61 #3 North Carolina 77, #2 Duke 74 #3 Georgia Tech 70, #5 Virginia 61 #2 North Carolina 96, #1 Duke 74 #1 Duke 94, #3 North Carolina 74 #6 Georgia Tech 77, #1 North Carolina 75 #2 North Carolina 73, #4 Virginia 66 #1 Wake Forest 82, #2 North Carolina 80 (OT) #2 Wake Forest 75, #1 Georgia Tech 74 #3 North Carolina 64, #8 NC State 54 #2 North Carolina 83, #1 Duke 68 #1 Duke 96, #3 North Carolina 73 #1 Duke 81, #2 Maryland 68 #2 Duke 79, #1 North Carolina 53 #2 Duke 91, #4 NC State 61 #3 Duke 84, #4 NC State 77 #6 Maryland 95, #1 Duke 87 (OT) #3 Duke 69, #5 Georgia Tech 64 #1 Duke 78, #3 Boston College 76 #1 North Carolina 89, #10 NC State 80 #1 North Carolina 86, #3 Clemson 81 #3 Duke 79, #4 Florida State 69 #1 Duke 65, #7 Georgia Tech 61

Head Coach Tounamament MVP Site Att. Everett Case Dickie Hemric, WF Raleigh, N.C. 39,200 Everett Case Ronnie Shavlik, NCS Raleigh, N.C. 43,200 Everett Case Vic Molodet, NCS Raleigh, N.C. 44,800 Frank McGuire Len Rosenbluth, UNC Raleigh, N.C. 45,900 Bud Millikan Nick Davis, Md. Raleigh, N.C. 47,800 Everett Case Lou Pucillo, NCS Raleigh, N.C. 49,200 Vic Bubas Doug Kistler, Duke Raleigh, N.C. 46,800 Bones McKinney Len Chappell, WF Raleigh, N.C. 38,100 Bones McKinney Len Chappell, WF Raleigh, N.C. 48,300 Vic Bubas Art Heyman, Duke Raleigh, N.C. 48,700 Vic Bubas Jeff Mullins, Duke Raleigh, N.C. 48,800 Press Maravich Larry Worsley, NCS Raleigh, N.C. 49,600 Vic Bubas Steve Vacendak, Duke Raleigh, N.C. 49,600 Dean Smith Larry Miller, UNC Greensboro, N.C. 35,064 Dean Smith Larry Miller, UNC Charlotte, N.C. 46,000 Dean Smith Charlie Scott, UNC Charlotte, N.C. 46,664 Norman Sloan Van Williford, NCS Charlotte, N.C. 46,664 Frank McGuire Dedmon, UNC/Roche, USC Greensboro, N.C. 60,680 Dean Smith Robert McAdoo, UNC Greensboro, N.C. 61,448 Norman Sloan Tommy Burleson, NCS Greensboro, N.C. 60,736 Norman Sloan Tommy Burleson, NCS Greensboro, N.C. 61,804 Dean Smith Phil Ford, UNC Greensboro, N.C. 62,532 Terry Holland Wally Walker, Uva Landover, Md. 58,800 Dean Smith John Kuester, UNC Greensboro, N.C. 62,940 Bill Foster Jim Spanarkel, Duke Greensboro, N.C. 63,344 Dean Smith Dudley Bradley, UNC Greensboro, N.C. 63,012 Bill Foster Albert King, Md. Greensboro, N.C. 57,597 Dean Smith Sam Perkins, UNC Landover, Md. 76,140 Dean Smith James Worthy, UNC Greensboro, N.C. 63,977 Jim Valvano Sidney Lowe, NCS Atlanta, Ga. 66,892 Lefty Driesell Len Bias, Md. Greensboro, N.C. 66,648 Bobby Cremins Mark Price, GT Atlanta, Ga. 66,892 Mike Krzyzewski Johnny Dawkins, Duke Greensboro, N.C. 64,968 Jim Valvano Vinnie Del Negro, NCS Landover, Md. 77,108 Mike Krzyzewski Danny Ferry, Duke Greensboro, N.C. 66,000 Dean Smith J.R. Reid, UNC Atlanta, Ga. 66,892 Bobby Cremins Brian Oliver, GT Charlotte, N.C. 94,120 Dean Smith Rick Fox, UNC Charlotte, N.C. 94,128 Mike Krzyzewski Christian Laettner, Duke Charlotte, N.C. 110,141 Bobby Cremins James Forrest, GT Charlotte, N.C. 112,106 Dean Smith Jerry Stackhouse, UNC Charlotte, N.C. 111,135 Dave Odom Randolph Childress, WF Greensboro, N.C. 114,044 Dave Odom Tim Duncan, WF Greensboro, N.C. 111,185 Dean Smith Shammond Williams, UNC Greensboro, N.C. 111,191 Bill Guthridge Antawn Jamison, UNC Greensboro, N.C. 118,665 Mike Krzyzewski Elton Brand, Duke Charlotte, N.C. 119,475 Mike Krzyzewski Jason Williams, Duke Charlotte, N.C. 119,475 Mike Krzyzewski Shane Battier, Duke Atlanta, Ga. 182,525 Mike Krzyzewski Carlos Boozer, Duke Charlotte, N.C. 119,475 Mike Krzyzewski Daniel Ewing, Duke Greensboro, N.C. 111,115 Gary Williams John Gilchrist, Md. Greensboro, N.C. 112,191 Mike Krzyzewski J.J. Redick Washington, D.C. 101,505 Mike Krzyzewski J.J. Redick Greensboro, N.C. 142,470 Roy Williams Brandan Wright, UNC Tampa, Fla. 133,614 Roy Williams Tyler Hansbrough, UNC Charlotte, N.C. 120,210 Mike Krzyzewski Jon Scheyer, Duke Atlanta, Ga. 158,112 Mike Krzyzewski Kyle Singler, Duke Greensboro, N.C. 140,223

81 ACC Titles

By Team: Duke North Carolina NC State Wake Forest Georgia Tech Maryland Virginia South Carolina Boston College Clemson Florida State Miami Virginia Tech

18 17 10 4 3 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

By Coach: Dean Smith Mike Krzyzewski Vic Bubas Everett Case Bobby Cremins Norman Sloan Bill Foster Frank McGuire Bones McKinney Dave Odom Jim Valvano Roy Williams Lefty Driesell Bill Guthridge Terry Holland Press Maravich Bud Millikan Gary Williams

13 12 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

By Seed: No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. 7 No. 8 No. 9 No. 10 No. 11 No. 12

28 12 7 5 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0


ACC Year by Year

82 Year 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959

ACC Champion NC State NC State NC State No. Carolina Maryland NC State

Regular Season Champion Duke NC State NCS &UNC North Carolina Duke NCS &UNC

ACC Player of Year Dickie Hemric, WF Dickie Hemric, WF Ronnie Shavlik, NCS Len Rosenbluth, UNC Pete Brennan, UNC Lou Pucillo, NCS

ACC Coach of Year Everett Case, NCS Everett Case, NCS Murray Greason, WF Frank McGuire, UNC Everett Case, NCS Harold Bradley, Duke

ACC Rookie of Year -------

1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

Duke Wake Forest Wake Forest Duke Duke NC State Duke No. Carolina No. Carolina No. Carolina

UNC & WF North Carolina Wake Forest Duke Duke Duke Duke North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina

Lee Shaffer, UNC Len Chappell, WF Len Chappell, WF Art Heyman, Duke Jeff Mullins, Duke Billy Cunningham, UNC Steve Vacendak, Duke Larry Miller, UNC Larry Miller, UNC John Roche, USC

Bones McKinney, WF Bones McKinney, WF Bob Stevens, USC Vic Bubas, Duke Vic Bubas, Duke Press Maravich, NCS Vic Bubas, Duke Dean Smith, UNC Dean Smith, UNC Frank McGuire, USC

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

NC State So. Carolina No. Carolina NC State NC State No. Carolina Virginia No. Carolina Duke No. Carolina

South Carolina North Carolina North Carolina NC State NC State Maryland North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina Duke &UNC

John Roche, USC Charlie Davis, WF Barry Parkhill, UVa David Thompson, NCS David Thompson, NCS David Thompson, NCS Mitch Kupchak, UNC Rod Griffin, WF Phil Ford, UNC Mike Gminski, Duke

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

Duke No. Carolina No. Carolina NC State Maryland Georgia Tech Duke NC State Duke No. Carolina

Maryland Virginia UNC &UVa UNC &UVa North Carolina GT,UNC,NCS Duke North Carolina North Carolina NC State

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Georgia Tech No. Carolina Duke Georgia Tech No. Carolina Wake Forest Wake Forest No. Carolina No. Carolina Duke

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

(1) (1) (1) (1) (1) (1) (6)

NCAA 2-1 0-1 0-1 5-0 2-1 0-1 9-5

Non-ACC 83-41 .669 54-28 .659 54-16 .771 57-22 .722 39-25 .609 35-35 .500 322-167 .658

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(1) (1) (1) (1) (1) (1) (1) (1) (1) (1) (10)

2-1 2-1 4-1 3-1 3-1 1-1 3-1 2-2 3-1 2-2 25-12

43-32 47-35 38-27 40-27 39-35 44-28 52-27 52-37 44-36 55-33 454-317

.573 .573 .585 .597 .527 .611 .658 .584 .550 .625 .589

Norm Sloan, NCS Dean Smith, UNC Bill Gibson, UVa Norm Sloan, NCS Norm Sloan, NCS Lefty Driesell, Md. Dean Smith, UNC Dean Smith, UNC Bill Foster, Duke Dean Smith, UNC

------Jim Spanarkel, Duke Gminski, Du/Whitney, ST Gene Banks, Duke Buck Williams, Md.

(1) (1) (1) (1) (1) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (15)

1-1 0-2 3-1 1-1 4-0 4-2 0-2 6-2 4-2 0-2 23-15

64-24 68-18 70-21 72-19 71-17 72-17 82-13 82-16 88-16 80-20 749-181

.727 .791 .769 .791 .807 .809 .863 .837 .846 .800 .805

Albert King, Md. Ralph Sampson, UVa Ralph Sampson, UVa Ralph Sampson, UVa Michael Jordan, UNC Len Bias, Md. Len Bias, Md. Horace Grant, Clem. Danny Ferry, Duke Danny Ferry, Duke

Lefty Driesell, Md. Terry Holland, UVa Terry Holland, UVa Bobby Cremins, GT Mike Krzyzewski, Duke Bobby Cremins, GT Mike Krzyzewski, Duke Cliff Ellis, Clem. Dean Smith, UNC Jim Valvano, NCS

Ralph Sampson, UVa Sam Perkins, UNC Michael Jordan, UNC Mark Price, GT Bruce Dalrymple, GT Duane Ferrell, GT Tom Hammonds, GT J.R. Reid, UNC Dennis Scott, GT Bryant Stith, UVa

(5) (4) (4) (4) (5) (5) (6) (6) (5) (6) (50)

6-5 9-4 7-3 11-3 8-5 2-5 13-6 5-6 9-5 12-6 92-48

90-17 90-21 92-22 94-32 108-18 109-26 115-27 98-26 93-33 99-31 988-253

.841 .811 .807 .746 .857 .807 .810 .790 .738 .762 .796

Clemson Duke Duke No. Carolina Duke NC,WF,Va,Md Georgia Tech Duke Duke Duke

Dennis Scott, GT Rodney Monroe, NCS Christian Laettner, Duke Rodney Rogers, WF Grant Hill, Duke Joe Smith, Md. Tim Duncan, WF Tim Duncan, WF Antawn Jamison, UNC Elton Brand, Duke

Cliff Ellis, Clem. Dave Odom, WF Pat Kennedy, FSU Dean Smith, UNC Dave Odom, WF Dave Odom, WF Bobby Cremins, GT Mike Krzyzewski, Duke Bill Guthridge, UNC Mike Krzyzewski, Duke

Kenny Anderson, GT Rodney Rogers, WF Bob Sura, FSU Martice Moore, GT Joe Smith, Md. Greg Buckner, Clem. Stephon Marbury, GT Ed Cota, UNC Robert O’Kelley, WF Chris Williams, UVa

(5) 14-5 (6) 13-5 (5) 12-4 (6) 14-5 (5) 10-5 (4) 11-4 (6) 6-6 (6) 8-6 (5) 10-5 (3) 7-3 (51) 105-48

110-29 103-27 99-26 101-20 91-32 94-21 79-27 104-22 106-29 107-30 994-263

.791 .792 .792 .835 .740 .817 .745 .825 .785 .781 .791

Duke Duke Duke Duke Maryland Duke Duke North Carolina North Carolina Duke

Duke Duke/UNC Maryland Wake Forest Duke North Carolina Duke UNC/Virginia North Carolina North Carolina

Chris Carrawell, Duke Battier, Du and Forte, UNC Juan Dixon, Md. Josh Howard, WF Julius Hodge, NCS J.J. Redick, Duke J.J. Redick, Duke Jared Dudley, BC Tyler Hansbrough, UNC Ty Lawson, UNC

Mike Krzyzewski, Duke Paul Hewitt, GT Gary Williams, Md. Skip Prosser, WF Herb Sendek, NCS Seth Greenberg, VT Roy Williams, UNC Dave Leitao, UVa Seth Greenberg, VT Leonard Hamilton, FSU

Joseph Forte, UNC Chris Duhon, Duke Ed Nelson, GT Chris Bosh, GT Chris Paul, WF Marvin Williams, UNC Tyler Hansbrough, UNC Brandan Wright, UNC Kyle Singler, Duke Sylven Landesberg, UVa

(3) (6) (4) (4) (6) (5) (4) (7) (4) (7) (50)

91-42 95-30 92-34 90-31 106-22 121-34 129-40 149-42 141-46 148-35 1,162-356

.684 .760 .730 .743 .828 .781 .763 .780 .754 .809 .765

Duke

Georgia Tech

Greivis Vasquez, Md.

Gary Williams, Md.

Derrick Favors, GT All-Time ACC Totals:

7-3 11-5 10-3 5-4 14-6 12-4 6-4 7-7 6-4 9-6 87-46

(6) 9-5 153-39 .797 (211) 350-179 5135-1704 .751


ACC Yearly Summaries

83

NC State - ACC Champion Dickie Hemric, WF - ACC Player of the Year Everett Case, NCS - ACC Coach of the Year

NC State - ACC Champion Dickie Hemric, WF - ACC Player of the Year Everett Case, NCS - ACC Coach of the Year

NC State laid claim to the first of three straight ACC titles for the Wolfpack, defeating Wake Forest 82-80 in overtime in the league’s inaugural ACC Tournament ... 39,200 attended the tournament at NC State’s Reynolds Coliseum ... a book of tickets for the entire Tournament cost $10 … the Wolfpack represented the ACC in the NCAA tournament, winning two of three games … the ACC adopted a rule from the Southern Conference that no team could participate in the NIT, a ban that stood until 1967 … the ACC’s first regular season produced an unbalanced schedule with conference games ranging from 12 (Wake Forest) to five (Virginia) … the Deacons’ Dickie Hemric led the league in rebounding (15.1) and was second in scoring (24.3) en route to earning ACC Player of the Year honors ... Virginia’s Buzz Wilkinson led the ACC and was third nationally in scoring (30.1) - the third highest per game average in conference annals ... Maryland’s Gene Shue, a former walk-on, set 11 individual school records and finished as the school’s all-time leading scorer with 1,386 points - a record he held until 1974 … the free throw lane was only six feet wide and a one-and-one free throw rule was in place, although the bonus was used only if the first shot was missed; the rule was in effect the entire game except the final three minutes, when every foul resulted in two free throws … games were played in four 10-minute quarters ... Rio Grande College’s Bevo Francis, the nation’s college division leading scorer (47.1), scored 34 points in a 92-77 loss to NC State and 32 points in a 67-65 win over Wake Forest.

NC State captured its second straight ACC title with an 87-77 win over Duke … the league featured a balanced schedule for the first time with each team playing a 14-game league slate … with the Wolfpack serving a one-year NCAA post-season penalty for recruiting violations, the Blue Devils represented the ACC in the NCAA Tournament losing a 1-point decision to Villanova … with the ACC policy prohibiting teams from playing in the NIT, NC State participated in the annual national AAU Tournament in Denver, defeating Wuthnow Furniture 71-68 of Hope, Kan., before losing to the San Francisco Olympic Club 70-60 … Wake Forest’s Dickie Hemric was named ACC Player of the Year for a second consecutive season and concluded his career as the NCAA’s all-time leading scorer with 2,587 points … NC State’s Ronnie Shavlik set the ACC single season record with 581 rebounds … Virginia’s Buzz Wilkinson had 26 games with 20 or more points and broke his own ACC single-season scoring record, averaging 32.1 points per game … the Cavaliers’ Bill Miller recorded the ACC’s first-ever “triple-double” with 11 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists against NC State (F1) … UNC senior Paul Linkins was named a Rhodes Scholar … for a second-straight season, South Carolina’s Lee Collins (16.1) and Joe Smith (10.7) both averaged over 10 rebounds a game - marking the only time in league history that two teammates averaged 10 or more rebounds in back-to-back seasons … North Carolina’s Len Rosenbluth (25.9 ppg) had two games with 25 rebounds and was the first sophomore named 1st-team All-ACC.

1953-54 Final Standings

1954-55 Final Standings

Team AP UPI W Duke .................. 16 .....20 ......9 Maryland ............ 20 ....... x ......7 Wake Forest ............................8 NC State ............... x .....14 ......5 North Carolina.........................5 South Carolina ........................2 Virginia ...................................1 Clemson..................................0

ACC L For 1 81.8 2 69.0 4 81.5 3 82.0 6 68.1 8 60.0 4 66.6 9 55.8

Opp 71.0 56.0 71.1 72.5 65.5 75.8 74.6 84.2

W 22 23 17 26 11 10 16 5

Overall L For 6 83.3 7 65.1 12 76.2 7 81.4 10 68.5 16 65.1 11 79.6 18 62.3

Opp 66.5 55.8 69.9 68.4 63.6 69.8 74.6 78.3

ACC Team AP UPI W L For NC State ............... 4 .......6 ....12 2 91.6 Duke .....................................11 3 86.6 Maryland ...............................10 4 65.9 Wake Forest ............................8 6 84.0 North Carolina.........................8 6 80.3 Virginia ...................................5 9 89.6 South Carolina ........................2 12 69.3 Clemson..................................0 14 72.9

Opp 77.6 70.7 62.9 80.1 79.1 89.6 83.4 96.8

W 28 20 17 17 10 14 10 2

Overall L For 4 88.7 8 85.2 7 65.5 10 85.7 11 75.8 15 89.8 17 75.7 21 73.7

Opp 76.5 72.8 61.9 79.2 76.1 84.4 79.9 93.3

Vs, Non-Conference: 83-41 (.669) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 1-6 NCAA: (1 team: 2-1) NIT: (no teams) Teams Ranked During Season: Duke, Maryland, NC State

Vs, Non-Conference: 54-28 (.659) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 5-5 NCAA: (1 team: 0-1) NIT: (no teams) Teams Ranked During Season: Duke, Maryland, NC State, Wake Forest

1954 ACC Tournament, Raleigh, N.C. (March 4-5-6)

1955 ACC Tournament, Raleigh, N.C. (March 3-4-5)

Quarterfinals - #3 Wake Forest d. #6 South Carolina 58-57 (ot); #2 Maryland d. #7 Clemson 75-59; #1 Duke d. #8 Virginia 96-68; #4 NC State d. #5 North Carolina 52-51. Semifinals - NC State d. Duke 79-75; Wake Forest d. Maryland 64-56 (ot). Finals - NC State d. Wake Forest 82-80 (ot).

Quarterfinals - #6 Virginia d. #3 Maryland 68-67 (ot); #2 Duke d. #7 South Carolina 8367; #1 NC State d. #8 Clemson 101-76; #4 Wake Forest d. #5 North Carolina 95-82. Semifinals - NC State d. Wake Forest 85-70; Duke d. Virginia 90-77 (ot). Finals - NC State d. Duke 87-77.

All-Tournament - First Team - Dickie Hemric, WF; Gene Shue, Md.; Mel Thompson, NCS; Ronnie Shavlik, NCS; Skippy Winstead, UNC. Second Team - Buzz Wilkinson, UVa; Bernie Janicki, Duke; Rudy D’Emilio, Duke; Herb Appelbaum, NCS; Lefty Davis, WF. Tournament MVP - Dickie Hemric, Wake Forest (23.4 points, 14.7 rebounds)

All-Tournament - First Team - First Team ; Buzz Wilkinson, UVa; Ronnie Shavlik, NCS; Ronnie Mayer, Duke; Dickie Hemric, WF; Lowell Davis, WF. Second Team - Bill Miller, UVa; Bill Yarborough, Clem.; Vic Molodet, NCS; Joe Belmont, Duke; Phil DiNardo, NCS. Tournament MVP -Ronnie Shavlik, NC State (23.3 points, 18.0 rebounds)

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

First Team • unanimous Dickie Hemric, Jr., WF ................... • 200 Gene Shue, Sr., Md. ......................... 190 Mel Thompson, Sr., NCS ................. 181 Rudy D’Emilio, Sr., Duke.................. 174 Buzz Wilkinson, Jr., UVa .................. 148

Second Team Vic Molodet, So., NCS.......................91 “Lefty” Davis, So., WF .......................91 Joe Belmont, So., Duke .....................81 Jerry Vayda, So., UNC .......................80 Ronnie Mayer, So., Duke ..................65

First Team • unanimous Dickie Hemric, Sr., WF ................... • 250 Ronnie Shavlik, Jr., NCS ................ • 250 Buzz Wilkinson, Sr., UVa.................. 248 Len Rosenbluth, So., UNC ............... 223 Ronnie Mayer, Jr., Duke................... 219

Second Team Bob Kessler, Jr., Md....................... 161 Bill Yarborough, Jr., Clm................ 150 Joe Belmont, Jr., Duke ................... 123 Vic Molodet, Jr., NCS ..................... 123 “Lefty” Davis, Jr., WF ....................... 75

Player of the Year: Dickie Hemric, Jr., Wake Forest (18); Thompson (10); Shue (8); Ronnie Shavlik, NCS (4); Herb Applebaum, NCS (3). Coach of the Year: Everett Case, NC State (13); Hal Bradley, Duke (11); Frank McGuire, UNC (8); Bud Millikan, Md. (7); Murray Greason, WF (4).

Player of the Year: Dickie Hemric, Sr., WF (22); Ronnie Shavlik, Jr., NCS (12); Buzz Wilkinson, Sr., UVa (11). Coach of the Year: Everett Case, NCS (26); Bus Male, UVa (12), Frank McGuire, UNC (5), Hal Bradley, Duke (1); Murray Greason, WF (1).

Scoring & Rebounding Leaders

Scoring & Rebounding Leaders

Scoring (NCAA rank) Buzz Wilkinson, Jr., UVa ....... (3) 30.1 Dickie Hemric, Jr., WF .................. 24.3 Gene Shue, Sr., Md. ...................... 21.8 Mel Thompson, Sr., NCS .............. 18.6 Lefty Davis, So., WF ...................... 17.4

Rebounding Dickie Hemric, Jr., WF .................. 15.1 Ronnie Shavlik, So., NCS .............. 13.4 Joe Smith, Jr., USC....................... 11.5 Charley Gage, Sr., Clem. ............... 11.3 Paul Likins, Jr., UNC ..................... 10.9

NCAA STATS: Maryland’s Gene Shue finishes seventh nationally in field goal percentage (.505) while Hemric is eighth (.504) ... only 10 players nationally, who made 100 field goals or more - shot 50 percent or better for the season ... Duke finishes fourth nationally in scoring (83.3); Maryland is fourth in field goal percentage (.428) ... the Deacons lead the nation in free throw percentage (.727) while USC is third in fewest fouls (16.9).

Scoring (NCAA rank) Buzz Wilkinson, Sr., UVa........ (2) 32.1 Bill Yarborough, Jr., Clem, ..... (4) 28.3 Dickie Hemric, Jr., WF ........... (6) 27.6 Len Rosenbluth, So., UNC ... (12) 25.5 Ronnie Shavlik, Jr., NCS ............... 22.1

Rebounding Dickie Hemric, Jr., WF .................. 19.0 Ronnie Shavlik, Jr., NCS ............... 18.1 Lee Collins, Jr., USC ..................... 16.1 Ronnie Mayer, Jr., Duke................ 12.4 Len Rosenbluth, So., UNC ............ 11.7

NCAA STATS: From 1955 to 1962, the NCAA individual rebound leaders were determined by dividing the player’s total rebounds by the combined total of rebounds by both his team and the opponents ... the leader for the 1954-55 season was Marshall’s Charlie Slack who garnered 26.4 percent of available rebounds (538 of 2040).


ACC Yearly Summaries

84

NC State - ACC Champion Ronnie Shavlik, NCS - ACC Player of the Year Murray Greason, WF - ACC Coach of the Year

North Carolina - ACC & National Champion Len Rosenbluth, UNC - ACC Player of the Year Frank McGuire, UNC - ACC Coach of the Year

NC State wins its third-straight ACC title following a 76-64 win over Wake Forest … the Wolfpack’s Ronnie Shavlik averaged 18.2 points and an ACC-record 19.5 rebounds per game en route to becoming the first ACC player to earn consensus All-American honors … Shavlik had 12 “double-doubles” and is the only player in league history to have 500 or more rebounds twice in his career … for the first time, the ACC had four teams - NC State (2), North Carolina (15), Wake Forest (18) and Duke (19) - ranked in the final AP poll … Maryland (Student Activities Center; later Cole Field House) and Wake Forest (Memorial Coliseum) open new basketball arenas … the Terps were 169-90 in 25 years at Ritchie Coliseum (1931-55; 4,200 capacity) while the Deacons had played 21 seasons (1936-1956; 2,200 capacity) at Gore Gymnasium on the old Wake Forest campus … the Deacons played two games - NC State (D6) and BYU (D22) - at Memorial Coliseum ... after losing its first 26 ACC games, Clemson claims its first conference victory beating Virginia 75-73 (D16) at Fike Field House … 16 players played at least one game during the season for the 10-17 Cavaliers … led by Lefty Davis (19.2 ppg), Wake Forest becomes the first ACC team to finish a season with five double-figure scorers … the Deacons Jackie Murdock becomes the first of only two players all-time to lead the ACC in both field goal (.500) and free throw percentage (.857) in the same season … the NCAA increased the free throw lane from six feet to 12 feet.

North Carolina became the first ACC team to capture a national championship defeating a Wilt Chamberlain-led Kansas quintet 54-53 in three overtimes … one night earlier, UNC needed three overtimes to beat Michigan State 74-70 in the national semifinals … ACC Player of the Year Len Rosenbluth (28.0 ppg) led the Tar Heels to the league’s first undefeated season (32-0) … South Carolina’s Grady Wallace became the first and only ACC player to lead the nation in scoring (31.2) … Wallace averaged 37.7 ppg over his last six games to edge Chamberlain and Seattle’s Elgin Baylor for the scoring title … Wallace becomes the first player to lead the ACC in scoring and rebounding (14.4) in the same season and the first Gamecock to be named first-team All-ACC … South Carolina shot over 40 percent (.404) from the floor for the first time in school history … UNC’s Frank McGuire is named National Coach of the Year ... the ACC’s first coaching change occurs when Press Maravich replaces Banks McFadden at Clemson … in 1957 there were 440 NCAA member institutions broken down into two divisions - University Division (160), College Division (280) ... the NCAA title game in Kansas City was covered by writers from 64 newspapers and carried on live radio by 73 stations in 11 states … television producer and syndicator C.D. Chesley, who earlier in the fall had paid the Conference $75,000 to broadcast three ACC football games on a regional basis, paid the NCAA a rights fee prior to the Final Four to carry both UNC games back to North Carolina over a five-station network.

1955-56 Final Standings

1956-57 Final Standings

ACC Team AP UPI W L For NC State ............... 2 .......2 ....11 3 83.4 North Carolina.... 13 .....11 ....11 3 77.5 Wake Forest ....... 16 ....... x ....10 4 83.0 Duke .................. 17 .....18 ....10 4 78.6 Maryland .................................7 7 66.6 Virginia ...................................3 11 68.4 South Carolina ........................3 11 71.4 Clemson..................................1 13 79.6

Opp 73.1 70.4 76.1 68.2 64.9 81.8 80.9 93.1

W 24 18 19 19 14 10 9 9

Overall L For 4 82.8 5 80.0 9 80.7 7 80.6 10 66.7 17 73.8 14 78.2 17 86.0

Opp 70.5 71.0 75.2 69.8 64.8 78.9 79.3 90.8

ACC Team AP UPI W L For North Carolina...... 1 .......1 ....14 0 80.1 Maryland .................................9 5 64.8 Duke .......................................8 6 77.9 Wake Forest ....... 18 ....... x ......7 7 68.1 NC State ..................................7 7 74.0 South Carolina ........................5 9 76.6 Clemson..................................3 11 73.0 Virginia ...................................3 11 70.6

Opp 67.1 61.4 74.9 65.8 75.1 77.9 83.6 79.2

W 32 16 13 19 15 17 7 6

Overall L For 0 79.3 10 64.6 11 78.4 9 68.4 11 75.8 12 82.2 17 72.5 19 68.6

Opp 65.6 61.2 77.0 62.6 74.3 78.3 82.4 74.4

Vs, Non-Conference: 54-16 (.771) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 1-3 NCAA: (1 team: 0-1) NIT: (no team) Teams Ranked During Season: Duke, North Carolina, NC State, Wake Forest

Vs, Non-Conference: 57-22 (.722) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 4-3 NCAA: (1 team: 5-0 - North Carolina Champion) NIT: (no team) Teams Ranked During Season: Duke, North Carolina, NC State, Wake Forest

1956 ACC Tournament, Raleigh, N.C. (March 1-2-3)

1957 ACC Tournament, Raleigh, N.C. (March 7-8-9)

Quarterfinals - #3 Wake Forest d. #6 South Carolina 79-64; #2 North Carolina d. #7 Virginia 81-77; #1 NC State d. #8 Clemson 88-84; #4 Duke d. #5 Maryland 94-69. Semifinals - NC State d. Duke 91-79; Wake Forest d. North Carolina 77-56. Finals - NC State d. Wake Forest 76-64.

Quarterfinals - #6 South Carolina d. #3 Duke 84-81; #2 Maryland d. #7 Virginia 71-68; #1 North Carolina d. #8 Clemson 81-61; #4 Wake Forest d. #5 NC State 66-57. Semifinals - North Carolina d. Wake Forest 61-59; South Carolina d. Maryland 74-64. Finals - North Carolina d. South Carolina 95-75.

All-Tournament - First Team - Vic Molodet, NCS; Lennie Rosenbluth, UNC; Jack Murdock, WF; Jack Williams, WF; John Maglio, NCS. Second Team - Ronnie Shavlik, NCS; Ronnie Mayer, Duke; Bob Kessler, Md.; Bill Miller, UVa; Bob McCarty, UVa. Tournament MVP - Vic Modolet, NC State (26.3 points, 14.7 rebounds)

All-Tournament - First Team - Lennie Rosenbluth, UNC; Grady Wallace, USC; Jack Williams, WF; Pete Brennan, UNC; Jack Murdock, WF. Second Team Tommy Kearns, UNC; John Nacincik, Md.; Ray Pericola, USC; Joe Quigg, UNC; Bob Cunningham, UNC. Tournament MVP -Len Rosenbluth, N. Carolina (35.3 points; 11.0 rebounds)

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

First Team • unanimous Ronnie Shavlik, Sr., NCS................ • 235 Len Rosenbluth, Jr., UNC............... • 235 Vic Molodet, Sr., NCS ...................... 220 “Lefty” Davis, Sr., WF ...................... 219 Joe Belmont, Sr., Duke .................... 197

Second Team Ronnie Mayer, Sr., Duke ................ 168 Grady Wallace, Jr., SC ................... 109 Bob Kessler, Sr., Md. ....................... 94 Bill Yarborough, Sr., Clm. ................ 94 Jack Murdock, Jr., WF ..................... 83

First Team • unanimous Len Rosenbluth, Sr., UNC .............. • 275 Grady Wallace, Sr., SC ................... • 275 Jack Murdock, Sr., WF ..................... 269 Tommy Kearns, Jr., UNC ................. 222 Jack Williams, Sr., WF ..................... 166

Second Team Bob O’Brien, Sr., Md. ......................160 Pete Brennan, Jr., UNC ...................152 Jim Newcome, Jr., Duke .................142 John Richter, So., NCS ...................123 Ernie Wiggins, Sr., WF ......................93

Player of the Year: Ronnie Shavlik, Sr., NCS (31); Vic Molodet, Sr., NCS (10); Lennie Rosenbluth, Jr., UNC (7). Coach of the Year: Murray Greason, WF (33); Everett Case, NCS (11); Banks McFadden, Clem (1); Frank McGuire, UNC (1); Bus Male, UVa (1).

Player of the Year: Lennie Rosenbluth, Sr., N. Carolina (43); Grady Wallace, Sr., USC (4). Coach of the Year: Frank McGuire, UNC (47) unanimous

Statistical Leaders

Statistical Leaders

Scoring (NCAA rank) Len Rosenbluth, Jr., UNC....... (6) 26.7 Grady Wallace, Jr., USC ........ (17) 23.9 Bob McCarty, Sr., UVa .......... (24) 23.1 Ronnie Mayer, Sr., Duke ............... 22.1 Vince Yockel, So., Clem ................ 20.9

Rebounding Ronnie Shavlik, Sr., NCS........ (7) 19.5 Lee Collins, Sr., USC ..................... 17.6 Bob Kessler, Sr., Md. .................... 14.0 Len Rosenbluth, Jr., UNC.............. 11.4 Phil DiNardo, Sr., NCS .................. 11.2

NCAA STATS: NC State’s Ronnie Shavlik averages an ACC-record 19.5 rebounds per game and finishes seventh nationally in rebound percentage (.196) ... Wake’s Jackie Murdock is second in free throw percentage (.857) while NC State’s Vic Molodet is fourth (.852) ... Clemson leads the ACC and ranks eighth nationally in scoring offense (86.0).

Scoring (NCAA rank) Grady Wallace, Sr., USC......... (1) 31.2 Len Rosenbluth, Sr., UNC ...... (7) 28.0 Herb Busch, So., UVa.................... 19.8 Vince Yockel, Jr., Clem ................. 19.8 Jack Williams, Sr., WF .................. 16.2

Rebounding Grady Wallace, Sr.,USC................. 14.4 John Richter, So., NCS ................. 12.7 Fred Lentz, So., USC ..................... 12.4 Jim Newcome, Jr., Duke ............... 11.4 Pete Brennan, Jr., UNC ................. 10.4

NCAA STATS: Wake Forest’s Ernie Wiggins (.877) and Jackie Murdock (.875) finish 1-2 among NCAA free throw percentage leaders; NC State’s Bob Seitz is third (.872) ... NC State finishes seventh nationally in field goal percentage (.438) while Wake Forest is eighth (.436) ... the Deacs also finish fourth in free throw percentage (.738).


ACC Yearly Summaries

85

Maryland - ACC Champion Pete Brennan, UNC - ACC Player of the Year Everett Case - ACC Coach of the Year

NC State - ACC Champion Lou Pucillo, NCS - ACC Player of the Year Harold Bradley, Duke - ACC Coach of the Year

Fourth-seeded Maryland became the first school from outside the state of North Carolina to capture an ACC title, defeating North Carolina 86-74 in the finals … Duke beat West Virginia 72-68 (J27) to become the first ACC school to register a win over a No. 1-ranked opponent … North Carolina’s ACC-record 37-game win streak was snapped by West Virginia 75-64 (D21) … Bones McKinney replaced Murray Greason at Wake Forest and Billy McCann succeeded Bus Male at Virginia … McCann guided the Cavaliers to a schoolrecord six ACC wins … Clemson picks up its first-ever win against a ranked foe defeating NC State 63-59 (D10) and later snapped a 29-game ACC road game losing streak with a 81-72 triumph at Wake Forest (J14) … UNC’s Frank McGuire hired Kansas graduate Dean Smith as an assistant coach … NC State’s Everett Case is named ACC Coach of the Year for the third time … in a poll of ACC Coaches by the Charlotte News, seven of the eight ACC Coaches opposed having the ACC Tournament determine the NCAA Tournament participant ... UNC’s Pete Brennan was the only ACC player to average over 20 points per game (21.3) and was named ACC Player of the Year … the inaugural live ACC network telecast began with UNC defeating Clemson 79-55 at Chapel Hill (D7) in the first of 11 Saturday afternoon games over 12 stations ... despite North Carolina’s national title the year before, the NCAA still required the ACC champion play a preliminary round game in the NCAA Tournament … the ACC was not accorded a first round bye until 1963.

NC State won its fourth ACC title in six years, defeating North Carolina 80-56 … with the Wolfpack on NCAA probation, the Tar Heels represented the ACC in the NCAA Tournament … South Carolina hired Walt Hambrick to replace Frank Johnson, the longest tenured coach in Gamecock history … Hambrick was the second of six head coaches for the Gamecocks over an eight-year period … Clemson featured the first brother tandem in ACC history - George and Ed Krajack … the Tigers won a school-record five ACC games, including their first-ever win against Duke since the formation of the ACC … Maryland led the ACC in scoring defense (56.3) for a sixth-straight year … for the first time in school history North Carolina had five double-figure scorers … Virginia’s leading scorer, sophomore Jay McKenzie (15.3), was dismissed from the team after 10 games … Wake Forest guard Bill Cullen (3.0 ppg) was a ranking amateur tennis player in New England … NC State’s John Richter led the ACC in scoring (17.0) and rebounding (14.2) while teammate Lou Pucillo (14.7 ppg) was the ACC Player of the Year, MVP of the ACC Tournament and a second-team All-American by AP … UNC’s Frank McGuire became the first coach in ACC history to win 50 ACC regular season games with a 83-61 win over Virginia (D8); one week later Duke’s Harold Bradley, the ACC Coach of the Year, notched win No. 50 with a 68-61 victory over South Carolina; NC State’s Everett Case became the third coach to reach the 50-win mark with a 67-60 victory at Duke (J10).

1957-58 Final Standings

1958-59 Final Standings

ACC Team AP UPI W L For Duke .................. 10 .....13 ....11 3 69.2 North Carolina.... 13 .....12 ....10 4 73.3 NC State ............. 20 .....16 ....10 4 68.6 Maryland .............. 6 .......6 ......9 5 70.6 Virginia ...................................6 8 69.6 Clemson..................................4 10 67.2 South Carolina ........................3 11 64.1 Wake Forest ............................3 11 65.1

Opp 61.9 66.1 63.2 61.6 74.0 72.8 76.9 71.3

W 18 19 18 22 10 8 5 6

Overall L For 7 69.2 7 71.8 6 67.0 7 69.1 13 70.5 16 68.8 19 66.3 17 63.1

Opp 64.2 64.9 61.5 57.6 72.2 71.8 77.8 67.7

ACC Team AP UPI W L For NC State ............... 6 .......5 ....12 2 66.4 North Carolina...... 9 .......6 ....12 2 69.1 Duke .......................................7 7 65.3 Maryland .................................7 7 60.0 Virginia ...................................6 8 69.2 Wake Forest ............................5 9 63.1 Clemson..................................5 9 56.7 South Carolina ........................2 12 59.5

Opp 60.2 60.9 68.2 55.1 70.9 62.6 62.1 69.2

W 22 20 13 10 11 10 8 4

Overall L For 4 68.3 5 71.9 12 65.3 13 59.3 14 70.6 14 65.4 16 56.9 20 61.5

Opp 61.3 65.2 69.1 56.3 71.3 66.2 64.2 69.6

Vs, Non-Conference: 39-25 (.609) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 2-6 NCAA: (1 team: 2-1) NIT: (no team) Teams Ranked During Season: Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, NC State

Vs, Non-Conference: 35-35 (.500) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 5-12 NCAA: (1 team: 0-1) NIT: (no team) Teams Ranked During Season: North Carolina, NC State

1958 ACC Tournament, Raleigh, N.C. (March 6-7-8)

1959 ACC Tournament, Raleigh, N.C. (March 5-6-7)

Quarterfinals - #3 North Carolina d. #6 Clemson 62-51; #2 NC State d. #7 South Carolina 66-61; #1 Duke d. #8 Wake Forest 51-44; #4 Maryland d. #5 Virginia 70-66. Semifinals - Maryland d. Duke 71-65 (ot); North Carolina d. NC State 64-58. Finals - Maryland d. North Carolina 86-74.

Quarterfinals - #3 Duke d. #6 Wake Forest 78-71; #2 North Carolina d. #7 Clemson 93-69; #1 NC State d. #8 So. Carolina 75-72 (ot) #5 Virginia d. #4 Maryland 66-65. Semifinals - NC State d. Virginia 66-63; North Carolina d. Duke 74-71. Finals - NC State d. North Carolina 80-56.

All-Tournament - First Team - Pete Brennan, UNC; Nick Davis, Md.; Lou Pucillo, NCS; Charles McNeil, Md.; Tommy Kearns, UNC. Second Team - Bucky Allen, Duke; Bob Vernon, Duke; Ray Stanley, UNC; Al Bunge, Md.; Bobby Joe Harris, Duke. Tournament MVP - Nick Davis, Maryland (19.7 points, 2.3 assists)

All-Tournament - First Team - Lou Pucillo, NCS; John Richter, NCS; Lee Shaffer, UNC; Paul Adkins, UVa; George Stepanovich, NCS. Second Team - Bob MacGillivray, NCS; Doug Moe, UNC; York Larese, UNC; Howard Hurt, Duke; Carroll Youngkin, Duke. Tournament MVP -Lou Pucillo, NC State (13.7 points, 3.0 rebounds)

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

First Team • unanimous Pete Brennan, Sr., UNC .................. • 370 Lou Pucillo, Jr., NCS ........................ 313 Tommy Kearns, Sr., UNC ................. 292 Jim Newcome, Sr., Duke .................. 288 Herb Busch, Jr., UVa ........................ 246

Second Team David Budd, So., WF ...................... 173 John Richter, Jr., NCS ................... 136 Paul Schmidt, Sr., Duke ................. 121 John Nacincik, Sr., Md. .................. 114 Nick Davis, Sr., Md. ....................... 112 Bucky Allen, Sr., Duke.................... 112

Player of the Year: Pete Brennan, Sr., UNC (56); Lou Pucillo, Jr., NCS (2). Coach of the Year: Everett Case, NCS (24); Hal Bradley, Duke (23); Bud Millikan, Md. (10); Frank McGuire, UNC (1).

Statistical Leaders Scoring (NCAA rank) Pete Brennan, Sr., UNC ........ (24) 21.3 Herb Busch, Jr., UVa ..................... 15.9 Dave Budd, So., WF ...................... 15.8 Lou Pucillo, Jr., NCS ..................... 15.7 Ray Pericola, Jr., USC ................... 15.1

Rebounding Pete Brennan, Sr., UNC ................. 11.7 John Richter, Jr., NCS .................. 10.8 Herb Busch, Jr., UVa ..................... 10.1 Jim Newcome, Sr., Duke ................. 9.5 Al Bunge, So., Md. .......................... 9.1

First Team • unanimous Lou Pucillo, Sr., NCS ....................... 328 York Larese, So., UNC ..................... 328 John Richter, Sr., NCS ..................... 318 Doug Moe, So., UNC ........................ 288 Carroll Youngkin, So., Duke ............. 251

Second Team Lee Shaffer, Jr., UNC ..................... 185 George Stepanovich, Sr., NCS ....... 182 Howard Hurt, So., Duke ................. 165 Paul Adkins, Jr., UVa ..................... 132 Charles McNeil, Jr., Md. ................. 104

Player of the Year: Lou Pucillo, Sr., NCS (43); John Richter, Sr., NCS (25); York Larese, So., UNC (2); Lee Shaffer, UNC (1); Ray Pericola, Sr., USC (1); George Stepanovich, Sr., NCS (1); Bob MacGillivray, Sr., NCS (1). Coach of the Year: Hal Bradley, Duke (32); Everett Case, NCS (27); Frank McGuire, UNC (12); Billy McCann, UVa (3).

Statistical Leaders Scoring (NCAA rank) John Richter, Sr., NCS .................. 17.0 Paul Adkins, Jr., UVa .................... 16.0 Carroll Youngkin, So., Duke .......... 16.0 Howard Hurt, So., Duke ................ 15.7 York Larese, So., UNC .................. 15.1

Rebounding John Richter, Sr., NCS .................. 14.2 George Stepanovich, Sr., NCS ...... 12.7 Carroll Youngkin, So., Duke .......... 11.1 Al Bunge, Jr., Md. ......................... 10.5 Herb Busch, Sr., UVa ...................... 9.1

NCAA STATS: Duke senior Paul Schmidt ranks 10th in field goal percentage (.523) ... sixth-ranked Maryland is the only ACC team to allow fewer than 60 points per game NCAA STATS: Not one ACC player, or team, finishes 1959 ranked among NCAA leaders and finishes ninth in scoring defense (57.6) ... with two regulars shooting over 80 in any statistical category ... Virginia Tech’s Chris Smith is third in rebound percentage percent, Virginia ranks eighth in free throw percentage (.732) (.202) while Georgia Tech’s Roger Kaiser is fourth in free throw percentage (.835).


ACC Yearly Summaries

86

Duke - ACC Champion Lee Shaffer, UNC - ACC Player of the Year Bones McKinney, WF - ACC Coach of the Year

Wake Forest - ACC Champion Len Chappell, WF - ACC Player of the Year Bones McKinney, WF - ACC Coach of the Year

Duke, under rookie head coach Vic Bubas, captured its first ACC title, and its first conference basketball crown since 1946, with a 63-59 win over Wake Forest … Bubas was the first of only two head coaches to win the ACC Tournament in their rookie season … the Blue Devils became the first team in league history to win the ACC Tournament after finishing with a nonwinning mark (7-7) in regular season conference games … sophomore Choppy Patterson became the first Clemson player to be named first-team All-ACC … UNC’s York Larese set an ACC single-game record making all 21 of his free throw attempts in a 75-53 win over Duke in the Dixie Classic … Bob Stevens became the third head coach at South Carolina in as many years … with an 11-15 record, NC State’s Everett Case suffers his first losing season in 41 seasons of coaching at the high school or college level … in South Carolina’s 94-80 loss at Tennessee (D17), the two teams combined to make 72-of-111 free throws, including 42-of-57 by the Gamecocks … two years removed from a last place finish, Wake Forest tied North Carolina for first place during the regular season and Bones McKinney was tabbed as ACC Coach of the Year … the Deacs were led by sophomores Len Chappell (17.4) and Billy Packer (13.0) … Packer, the son of Lehigh head coach Tony Packer, became the first sophomore to be named the MVP of the Dixie Classic … on Feb. 10, Maryland held Virginia without a basket for the first 17:15 of the first half en route to a 44-43 victory … the NCAA Tournament expanded to 26 teams with 14 conferences receiving automatic berths.

For a fifth straight year, a different school wore the ACC basketball crown as Wake Forest beat defending champion Duke 96-81 … with fifth-ranked and regular season champion North Carolina on NCAA probation and not competing in the tournament, the Deacons drew a first-round bye in the seven team affair … coming out for the second half of the championship game, Wake’s Alley Hart (13.7 ppg) crashed into a water cooler, smashed it to the floor and cut open a finger and played only two minutes in the second half … the 1961 ACC Tournament netted the Conference a $67,800 profit ... junior Len Chappell became the first Deacon to lead the ACC in scoring (26.6) … Duke’s Carroll Youngkin (.577) became the first of only two players in league history to lead the ACC in field goal percentage three years in a row … UNC’s York Larese became the second player to earn first-team All-ACC honors three years in a row … Norman Snead, who earned All-ACC honors as a quarterback in football in the fall for Wake Forest, averaged 7.8 ppg and shot 62 percent from the floor in four games for the Deacs …Larese (23.1) and Doug Moe (20.4) became the first teammates to both average over 20 points per game for a single season … for the second year in a row Wake Forest’s Bones McKinney was voted ACC Coach of the Year … Clemson swept arch-rival South Carolina for the first time since the 1939-40 season … the Tigers’ Tom Mahaffey had 16 “double-doubles”, averaged 13.1 ppg and was the first of four Mahaffey brothers that would play for Clemson for 11 consecutive seasons (1960-1970) and total 3,556 points and 2,728 rebounds.

1959-60 Final Standings

1960-61 Final Standings

ACC Team AP UPI W L For North Carolina...... x .....14 ....12 2 77.1 Wake Forest ....... 19 ....... x ....12 2 75.0 Maryland .................................9 5 63.1 Duke .................. 18 .....15 ......7 7 62.1 South Carolina ........................6 8 69.1 NC State ..................................5 9 60.3 Clemson..................................4 10 62.9 Virginia ...................................1 13 60.4

Opp 62.8 63.0 58.7 65.0 77.3 59.6 69.5 74.1

W 18 21 15 17 10 11 10 6

Overall L For 6 73.1 7 72.7 8 65.0 11 64.3 16 73.6 15 60.4 16 64.2 18 67.3

Opp 62.3 63.1 61.2 63.2 79.5 60.2 70.7 75.6

ACC Team AP UPI W L For North Carolina...... 5 .......6 ....12 2 77.6 Wake Forest ....... 15 .....10 ....11 3 84.6 Duke .................. 10 .......9 ....10 4 82.4 NC State ..................................8 6 74.6 Maryland .................................6 8 66.0 Clemson..................................5 9 68.2 South Carolina ........................2 12 77.1 Virginia ...................................2 12 70.5

Opp 64.6 75.0 75.1 71.1 67.4 72.3 91.0 84.6

W 19 19 22 16 14 10 9 3

Overall L For 4 76.7 11 82.9 6 81.5 9 77.3 12 67.2 16 67.0 17 77.5 23 70.2

Opp 65.7 76.5 71.2 72.3 67.6 70.5 86.8 85.5

Vs, Non-Conference: 43-32 (.573) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 5-11 NCAA: (1 team: 2-1) NIT: (no team) Teams Ranked During Season: Duke, North Carolina, Wake Forest

Vs, Non-Conference: 47-35 (.573) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 3-6 NCAA: (1 team: 2-1) NIT: (no team) Teams Ranked During Season: Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, NC State, Wake Forest

1960 ACC Tournament, Raleigh, N.C. (March 3-4-5)

1961 ACC Tournament, Raleigh, N.C. (March 2-3-4)

Quarterfinals - #6 NC State d. #3 Maryland 74-58; #2 Wake Forest d. #7 Clemson 74-59; #1 North Carolina d. Virginia 84-63; #4 Duke d. #5 South Carolina 82-69. Semifinals - Duke d. North Carolina 71-69; Wake Forest 71 d. NC State 66. Finals - Duke d. Wake Forest 63-59.

Quarterfinals - #1 Wake Forest, bye; #4 Maryland d. #5 Clemson 91-75; #6 South Carolina d. #3 NC State 80-78; #2 Duke d. #7 Virginia 89-54. Semifinals - Wake Forest d. Maryland 98-76; Duke d. South Carolina 92-75. Finals - Wake Forest d. Duke 96-81.

All-Tournament - First Team - Len Chappell, WF; Doug Kistler, Duke; Howard Hurt, Duke; Lee Shaffer, UNC; York Larese, UNC. Second Team - Carroll Youngkin, Duke; David Budd, WF; John Frye, Duke; Bob DiStefano, NCS; Paul Adkins, UVa. Tournament MVP - Doug Kistler, Duke (17.3 points, 9.0 rebounds)

All-Tournament - First Team - Len Chappell, WF; Art Heyman, Duke; Billy Packer, WF; John Frye, Duke; Art Whisnant, USC. Second Team - Bill Stasiulatis, Md.; Scotti Ward, USC; Dave Wiedeman, WF; Carroll Youngkin, Duke; Choppy Patterson, Clem. Tournament MVP - Len Chappell, Wake Forest (33.5 points, 15.0 rebounds)

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

First Team • unanimous Len Chappell, So., WF ...................... 136 Al Bunge, Sr., Md. ............................ 133 Lee Shaffer, Sr., UNC ....................... 133 York Larese, Jr., UNC....................... 117 Choppy Patterson, So., Clm. .............. 76

Second Team Art Whisnant, So., SC ...................... 64 Dave Budd, Sr., WF .......................... 50 Paul Adkins, Sr., UVa ....................... 48 Billy Packer, So., WF ........................ 46 Bob DiStefano, Jr., NCS ................... 41 Howard Hurt, Jr., Duke .................... 41

Player of the Year: Lee Shaffer, Sr., UNC (50); Len Chappell, So., WF (16). Coach of the Year: Bones McKinney, WF (34); Vic Bubas, Duke (26).

Statistical Leaders Scoring (NCAA rank) Lee Shaffer, Sr., UNC .................... 18.2 Len Chappell, So., WF ................... 17.4 Paul Adkins, Sr., UVa .................... 17.1 Art Whisnant, So., USC ................. 17.0 Doug Moe, Jr., UNC ...................... 16.8

Rebounding Robert Mortell, Sr., UVa ......... (3) 14.6 Al Bunge, Sr., Md. ......................... 12.6 Len Chappell, So., WF ................... 12.5 Mike Callahan, Sr., USC ................ 11.8 Doug Moe, Jr., UNC ...................... 11.3

NCAA STATS: Virginia’s Bob Mortell averages 14.6 rebounds per game and finishes third nationally in rebound percentage (.194) ... Duke’s Carroll Youngkin (.533) is 12h among field goal percentage leaders ... UNC’s York Larese ranks second in free throw percentage (.868) while Virginia’s Paul Adkins (.826) is 10th ... North Carolina is third in free throw percentage (.758) and Maryland is sixth (.747).

First Team • unanimous Len Chappell, Jr., WF ..................... • 142 York Larese, Sr., UNC .................... • 142 Doug Moe, Sr., UNC....................... • 142 Art Heyman, So., Duke ................... • 142 Billy Packer, Jr., WF ........................... 97

Second Team Art Whisnant, Jr., SC ........................50 Tony Laquintano, Jr., UVa .................46 Ken Rohloff, So., NCS .......................45 Choppy Patterson, Jr., Clm. ..............43 Howard Hurt, Sr., Duke .....................42 Bob McDonald, Sr., Md.....................42

Player of the Year: Len Chappell, Jr., WF (50); Art Heyman, So., Duke (15); York Larese, Sr., UNC (14). Coach of the Year: Bones McKinney, WF (37); Vic Bubas, Duke (24).

Statistical Leaders Scoring (NCAA rank) Len Chappell, Jr., WF ............. (6) 26.6 Art Heyman, So., Duke ........... (9) 25.2 York Larese, Sr., UNC .......... (20) 23.1 Doug Moe, Sr., UNC...................... 20.4 Tony Laquintano, Jr., UVa ............. 18.8

Rebounding Len Chappell, Jr., WF .................... 14.0 Doug Moe, Sr., UNC...................... 14.0 Tom Mahaffey, Jr., Clem ............... 11.3 Earle Maxwell, Sr., Clem ............... 10.9 Art Heyman, So., Duke .................. 10.9

NCAA STATS: Duke’s Carroll Youngkin is third among field goal percentage leaders (.577) while Wake’s Bill Hull (.553) is 10th ... Clemson’s Choppy Patterson is eighth in free throw accuracy (.844) ... Wake Forest ranks eighth in scoring (82.9) and eighth in field goal percentage (.467) ... Duke is sixth in field goal percentage (.473).


ACC Yearly Summaries

87

Wake Forest - ACC Champion Len Chappell, WF - ACC Player of the Year Bob Stevens, USC - ACC Coach of the Year

Duke - ACC Champion Art Heyman, Duke - ACC Player of the Year Vic Bubas, Duke - ACC Coach of the Year

Wake Forest made it two ACC titles in a row knocking off Clemson 77-66 … when the sixth-seeded Tigers, who started an all-sophomore lineup during the Tournament, upset third-seeded NC State 67-46 in the quarterfinals, it marked the school’s first post-season tournament victory since 1939 … Wake Forest became the second ACC team to reach the Final Four before losing to Ohio State 84-68 in the national semifinals … the Deacs’ NCAA consolation victory over UCLA earned the ACC a bye (by percentage points) into the regional semifinals starting with the 1963 tournament ... NCAA sanctions limited North Carolina and NC State to 16 regular season games, but both teams, if they qualified could play in both the ACC and NCAA Tournaments … UNC’s Frank McGuire resigned in August to coach the Philadelphia Warriors of the NBA and was succeeded by assistant Dean who debuted with an 80-46 win over Virginia (D2) … Duke became the first college team to have the players’ names on the back of their jerseys when they wore them during a 75-73 win over Wake Forest in the Greensboro Coliseum … ACC basketball game officials received a raise to $85 per game … Wake’s Len Chappell (30.1 ppg) scored 20 or more points in 27 straight games and became the fourth and last ACC player to average 30 points or more per game … Chappell scored in double figures 62 straight games and set the league mark for most points scored in an ACC game with 50 against Virginia (F12) … Duke’s Art Heyman (25.3) and Jeff Mullins (21.2) became the first Blue Devil duo to average over 20 points a game in the same season … Bob Stevens became the first South Carolina coach to be named ACC Coach of the Year.

Duke won its second ACC championship with a 68-57 victory over two-time defending champion Wake Forest … the second-ranked Blue Devils advanced to the Final Four before dropping a 94-75 decision to Loyola (Ill.) … Duke’s Art Heyman became the first Blue Devil to be named ACC Player of the Year and the first ACC Player to be the consensus National Player of the Year … Heyman also became one of only four players to be named MVP of the Final Four despite not playing in the title game … the Blue Devils became the first ACC team to lead the nation in field goal percentage (.511) … the Palmetto state saw two coaching changes - Bobby Roberts took over for Press Maravich at Clemson and Chuck Noe succeeded Bob Stevens in Columbia … North Carolina listed 17 players on their pre-season roster, including Richard Vinroot, who later became the Mayor of Charlotte … Virginia opened the season with three road games in five days - Indiana (D1), Cincinnati (D3) and Ohio State (D5); combined, the Bearcats (1961, 1962) and the Buckeyes (1960) had won the previous three NCAA titles … Duke’s Academic All-American Jay Buckley shot an ACC record .602 from the floor … Clemson snapped Wake Forest’s 16-game ACC winning streak with a 71-70 victory (F2) … 12 of Maryland’s 21 games were decided by fewer than six points, including four losses by two points or less … Clemson’s Jim Brennan made an ACC record 41 straight free throws … North Carolina beat Kentucky 68-66 (D17) in Lexington, Ky., handing Wildcat head coach Adolph Rupp only his 15th home-court loss in 21 seasons.

1961-62 Final Standings

1962-63 Final Standings

ACC Team AP UPI W L For Wake Forest ....... 13 .......7 ....12 2 83.6 Duke .................. 10 .....13 ....11 3 82.6 NC State ................................10 4 72.4 South Carolina ........................7 7 79.7 North Carolina.........................7 7 71.9 Clemson..................................4 10 70.6 Maryland .................................3 11 70.4 Virginia ...................................2 12 69.8

Opp 73.1 71.4 66.1 78.4 73.0 76.7 74.3 88.0

W 22 20 11 15 8 12 8 5

Overall L For 9 81.4 5 82.0 6 71.2 12 78.6 9 72.4 15 72.1 17 69.9 18 70.2

Opp 74.3 67.9 66.9 76.7 72.6 74.6 72.2 83.1

ACC Team AP UPI W L For Duke .................... 2 .......2 ....14 0 83.5 Wake Forest ..........................11 3 73.3 North Carolina.......................10 4 76.1 Clemson..................................5 9 62.5 NC State ..................................5 9 65.9 South Carolina ........................4 10 61.9 Maryland .................................4 10 63.9 Virginia ...................................3 11 68.5

Opp 66.2 67.4 70.6 67.1 67.6 69.8 72.2 74.6

W 27 16 15 12 10 9 8 5

Overall L For 3 83.2 10 71.3 6 76.6 13 67.4 11 69.7 15 65.5 13 64.2 20 63.6

Opp 69.0 68.8 70.8 66.9 68.5 70.9 71.6 74.5

Vs, Non-Conference: 38-27 (.585) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 3-7 NCAA: (1 team: 4-1) NIT: (no team) Teams Ranked During Season: Duke, Wake Forest

Vs, Non-Conference: 40-27 (.597) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 5-3 NCAA: (1 team: 3-1) NIT: (no team) Teams Ranked During Season: Duke, North Carolina

1962 ACC Tournament, Raleigh, N.C. (March 1-2-3)

1963 ACC Tournament, Raleigh, N.C. (Feb 28; March 1-2)

Quarterfinals - #6 Clemson d. #3 NC State 67-46; #2 Duke d. #7 Maryland 71-58; #1 Wake Forest d. #8 Virginia 81-58; #5 South Carolina d. #4 North Carolina 57-55. Semifinals - Wake Forest d. South Carolina 88-75; Clemson d. Duke 77-72. Finals - Wake Forest d. Clemson 77-66.

Quarterfinals - #3 North Carolina d. #6 South Carolina 93-76; #2 Wake Forest d. #7 Maryland 80-41; #1 Duke d. #8 Virginia 89-70; #5 NC State d. #4 Clemson 79-78. Semifinals - Duke d. NC State 82-65; Wake Forest d. North Carolina 56-55. Finals - Duke d. Wake Forest 68-57.

All-Tournament - First Team - Len Chappell, WF; Jim Brennan, Clem.; Art Heyman, Duke; Jeff Mullins, Duke; Billy Packer, WF. Second Team - Dave Wiedeman, WF; Jerry Greenspan, Md.; Bob Robinson, USC; Ronnie Collins, USC; Art Whisnant, USC. Tournament MVP - Len Chappell, Wake Forest (29.0 points, 9.3 rebounds)

All-Tournament - First Team - Art Heyman, Duke; Jeff Mullins, Duke; Dave Wiedeman, WF; Billy Cunningham, UNC; Ken Rohloff, NCS. Second Team - Jay Buckley, Duke; Larry Brown, UNC; Bob Woolalard, WF; Frank Christie, WF; Buzzy Harrison, Duke. Tournament MVP - Art Heyman, Duke (21.3 points, 12.7 rebounds, 5.3 assists)

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

First Team • unanimous Len Chappell, Sr., WF..................... • 146 Art Heyman, Jr., Duke .................... • 146 Jeff Mullins, So., Duke ..................... 133 Art Whisnant, Sr., SC ....................... 131 Jon Speaks, Jr., NCS ......................... 97

Second Team Larry Brown, Jr., UNC ...................... 94 Dave Wiedeman, Jr., WF .................. 47 John Punger, Jr., NCS ..................... 46 Tony Laquintano, Sr., UVa ............... 40 Jim Hudock, Sr., UNC ...................... 36

First Team • unanimous Art Heyman, Sr., Duke ................... • 158 Billy Cunningham, So., UNC........... • 158 Jeff Mullins, Jr., Duke ...................... 156 Dave Wiedeman, Sr., WF ................. 124 Larry Brown, Sr., UNC ..................... 112

Second Team Scott Ward, Sr., SC .........................107 Gene Engel, Sr., UVa .........................75 Jim Brennan, Jr., Clm. ......................51 Jerry Greenspan, Sr., Md. .................50 Ken Rohloff, Sr., NCS........................24

Player of the Year: Len Chappell, Sr., WF (81); Art Heyman, Jr., Duke (3). Coach of the Year: Bob Stevens, USC (36); Bones McKinney, WF (23); Vic Bubas, Duke (15).

Player of the Year: Art Heyman, Sr., Duke (88); Billy Cunningham, So., UNC (5). Coach of the Year: Vic Bubas, Duke (51); Dean Smith, UNC (22); Chuck Noe, USC (15).

Statistical Leaders

Statistical Leaders

Scoring (NCAA rank) Len Chappell, Sr., WF............. (5) Art Heyman, Jr., Duke .......... (14) Jeff Mullins, So., Duke ......... (53) Art Whisnant, Sr., USC......... (55) Tony Laquintano, Sr., UVa ... (64)

30.1 25.3 21.2 21.0 20.4

Rebounding Len Chappell, Sr., WF........... (11) 15.2 Art Heyman, Jr., Duke ................... 11.2 Jeff Mullins, So., Duke .................. 10.4 Jim Hudock, Sr., UNC ................... 10.1 John Punger, Jr., NCS .................... 9.5

NCAA STATS: Duke ranks 16th in scoring offense (81.9), Wake Forest (81.4) is 18th ... Florida State, a Southern independent, is the only team in the country to shot over 50 percent and leads the nation in field goal percentage (.512); Wake Forest is sixth (.472) and North Carolina (.469) eighth ... the Tar Heels are 10th in the country in most fouls committed (22.0) ... Duke is 10th in rebound percentage (.567)

Scoring (NCAA rank) Art Heyman, Sr., Duke ........... (9) 24.9 Billy Cunningham, So., UNC... (23) 22.7 Jeff Mullins, Jr., Duke .......... (43) 20.3 Gene Engel, Sr., UVa ..................... 18.4 Scotti Ward, Sr., USC.................... 17.6

Rebounding Billy Cunningham, So., UNC... (10) 16.1 Art Heyman, Sr., Duke .................. 10.8 Donnie Mahaffey, Jr., Clem ........... 10.7 Jay Buckley, Jr., Duke ..................... 9.9 Jerry Greenspan, Sr., Md. ............... 8.8

NCAA STATS: Duke’s Jay Buckley ranks third in field goal percentage (.599) and teammate Jeff Mullins (.549) is ninth ... South Carolina’s Scotti Ward is eighth in free throw percentage (.868) ... ACC Champion Duke becomes the first ACC team to lead the NCAA in field goal percentage (.511); NC State is ninth (.476) ... the Blue Devils also rank fifth in scoring (83.2) and 11th in rebound percentage (.566).


ACC Yearly Summaries

88

Duke - ACC Champion Jeff Mullins, Duke - ACC Player of the Year Vic Bubas, Duke - ACC Coach of the Year

NC State - ACC Champion Billy Cunningham, UNC - ACC Player of the Year Press Maravich, NCS - ACC Coach of the Year

Duke won its second-straight ACC title, defeating Wake Forest 82-59 … the game marked the second straight year, and fourth time in five years, that the two teams played in the championship game … for the second year in a row Duke advanced to the Final Four, losing to UCLA 98-83 in the title game … Clemson ended a 25-game losing streak to North Carolina by sweeping the season series with the Tar Heels for the first time ever; both games were double-overtime affairs … the Tigers posted their first winning record in ACC play (8-6) … UNC’s Billy Cunningham had 22 “double-doubles” … Duke’s Jeff Mullins set an ACC record by scoring in double figures in each of his 86 career games … Bill “Hoot” Gibson replaced Billy McCann at Virginia … citing poor health, South Carolina’s Chuck Noe resigned after posting a 6-6 record through the first 12 games; assistant coach Dwane Morrison replaced Noe … using only six players, Wake Forest snapped Duke’s 28-game win streak against ACC foes with a 72-71 win in Winston-Salem (F18) … Maryland started five sophomores … Duke’s Jay Buckley, who had worked the prior summer with NASA under a special grant, was named an Academic All-American … Virginia’s leading scorer Chip Conner (18.8) was rushed to the hospital and underwent emergency surgery only hours before his final career home game versus North Carolina, which had been designated “Chip Conner Night” ... at the Conference meeting in May, the ACC approved a minimum score of 800 on the College Board Exams as a requirement for athletic grants-in-aid.

NC State captured its first ACC championship since 1959, and fifth overall, defeating topseeded Duke 91-85 ... for the first time in league history all three rounds of the ACC Tournament were sold out … NC State’s Larry Worsley, who came off the bench to average 19.0 points and 5.0 rebounds in the three games, including a game-high 30 points in the title game, was presented the Everett Case Award as the Tournament MVP … after just two games into the season, citing extreme fatigue and severe headaches, NC State’s Everett Case, resigned on Dec. 7 … Case was 377-134 in 18 seasons with the Wolfpack, winning 10 league titles, six in the Southern Conference and four in the ACC … in 45 years as a head coach in the military, high school and at NC State, Case compiled a career record of 1,159-214 for a winning percentage of .844 … former Clemson head coach Press Maravich took over and directed the Wolfpack to the title … after a three-year absence, former UNC coach Frank McGuire assumed the reigns at South Carolina - the Gamecocks’ sixth head coach in eight seasons … for the second straight year, UNC’s Billy Cunningham was named ACC Player of the Year after leading the ACC in scoring (25.4) and rebounding (14.3) for a second-straight year; finished his career with 60 “double-doubles” in 69 career games … eight of Clemson’s 15 losses were by a combined 28 points, including five ACC defeats by two or fewer points … Duke became the first ACC team to average 90 or more points for the season (92.4) … North Carolina beat Duke 65-62 (J9) snapping the Blue Devils’ 29-game ACC home court winning streak.

1963-64 Final Standings

1964-65 Final Standings

ACC Team AP UPI W L For Duke .................... 3 .......4 ....13 1 84.2 Wake Forest ............................9 5 74.0 Clemson..................................8 6 68.0 South Carolina ........................7 7 70.4 North Carolina.........................6 8 75.5 Maryland .................................5 9 71.4 NC State ..................................4 10 55.2 Virginia ...................................4 10 65.6

Opp 66.9 72.0 64.9 70.9 79.4 75.2 63.3 71.7

W 26 16 13 10 12 9 8 8

Overall L For 5 84.1 11 74.1 12 70.2 14 69.9 12 77.5 17 70.2 11 59.3 16 65.5

Opp 69.1 72.0 69.0 73.2 77.5 75.5 63.9 69.7

ACC Team AP UPI W L For Duke .................. 10 .......9 ....11 3 91.1 NC State ............... x .....12 ....10 4 72.9 Maryland ...............................10 4 73.8 North Carolina.......................10 4 80.1 Wake Forest ............................6 8 80.2 Clemson..................................4 10 76.1 Virginia ...................................3 11 71.9 South Carolina ........................2 12 64.9

Opp 74.1 69.1 69.4 77.4 83.5 77.6 82.8 77.3

W 20 21 18 15 12 8 7 6

Overall L For 5 92.4 5 76.7 8 73.4 9 79.8 15 81.9 15 74.2 18 71.1 17 66.5

Opp 77.8 68.7 68.8 77.6 84.7 75.7 80.3 74.0

Vs, Non-Conference: 39-35 (.527) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 4-8 NCAA: (1 team: 3-1) NIT: (no team) Teams Ranked During Season: Duke, North Carolina

Vs, Non-Conference: 44-28 (.611) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 2-6 NCAA: (1 team: 1-1) NIT: (no team) Teams Ranked During Season: Duke, North Carolina, NC State

1964 ACC Tournament, Raleigh, N.C. (March 5-6-7)

1965 ACC Tournament, Raleigh, N.C. (March 4-5-6)

Quarterfinals - #3 Clemson d. #6 Maryland 81-67; #2 Wake Forest d. #7 Virginia 7960; #1 Duke d. #8 N.C. State 75-44; #5 North Carolina d. #4 South Carolina 80-63. Semifinals - Duke d. North Carolina 65-49; Wake Forest d. Clemson 86-64. Finals - Duke d. Wake Forest 80-59.

Quarterfinals - #3 Maryland d. #6 Clemson 61-50; #2 NC State d. #7 Virginia 106-69; #1 Duke d. #8 South Carolina 62-60; #5 Wake Forest d. #4 North Carolina 92-76. Semifinals - Duke d. Wake Forest 101-81; NC State 76 d. Maryland 76-67. Finals - NC State d. Duke 91-85.

All-Tournament - First Team - Jeff Mullins, Duke; Jay Buckley, Duke; Billy Cunningham, UNC; Frank Christie, WF; Bob Leonard, WF. Second Team - Hack Tison, Duke; Butch Hassell, WF; Ronny Watts, WF; Denny Ferguson, Duke; Nick Milasnovich, Clem. Tournament MVP - Jeff Mullins, Duke (19.3 points, 6.7 rebounds)

All-Tournament - First Team - Bob Leonard, WF; Larry Worsley, NCS; Bob Verga, Duke; Steve Vacendak, Duke; Larry Larkins, NCS. Second Team - Tommy Mattocks, NCS; Gary Ward, Md.; Ronny Watts, WF; Jay McMillen, Md.; Jack Marin, Duke. Everett Case Award - Larry Worsley, NC State (19.0 points, 5.0 rebounds)

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

First Team • unanimous Jeff Mullins, Sr., Duke .................... • 166 Billy Cunningham, Jr., UNC............ • 166 Ronnie Collins, Sr., SC ..................... 160 Chip Conner, Sr., UVa ...................... 129 Frank Christie, Sr., WF ..................... 123

Second Team Jim Brennan, Sr., Clm. ................... 108 Hack Tison, Jr., Duke ....................... 78 Jay Buckley, Sr., Duke ..................... 62 Butch Hassell, Sr., WF ..................... 38 Buzzy Harrison, Sr., Duke ................ 33

Player of the Year: Jeff Mullins, Sr., Duke (78); Billy Cunningham, Jr., North Carolina (22). Coach of the Year: Vic Bubas, Duke (73); Bones McKinney, WF (16).

Statistical Leaders Scoring (NCAA rank) Billy Cunningham, Jr., UNC.. (20) 26.0 Jeff Mullins, Sr., Duke .......... (29) 24.2 Ronnie Collins, Sr., USC ...... (33) 23.7 Larry Lakins, Jr., NCS .......... (55) 20.8 Chip Conner, Sr., UVa ................... 18.8

Rebounding Billy Cunningham, Jr., UNC........... 15.8 Ronny Watts, Jr., WF .................... 12.0 Bill Yarbrough, Sr., USC.................. 9.9 Frank Christie, Sr., WF .................... 9.4 Jay Buckley, Sr., Duke .................... 9.0

NCAA STATS: Duke’s Jay Buckley (.590) is sixth among field goal percentage leaders ... NC State’s Larry Lakins leads the ACC in field goal percentage (.599) but is three field goals shy of finishing fifth nationally ... the Blue Devils rank ninth in field goal percentge (.475) ... Miami’s Rick Barry (32.2) is fifth in scoring ... Barry’s Hurricanes, a Southern Independent, are second in scoring (95.4).

First Team • unanimous Billy Cunningham, Sr., UNC ............. 170 Larry Lakins, Sr., NCS ...................... 165 Jack Marin, Jr., Duke ....................... 152 Bob Leonard, Jr., WF ....................... 151 Bob Verga, So., Duke ....................... 127

Second Team Jay McMillen, So., Md. ...................108 Bob Lewis, So., UNC .........................90 Randy Mahaffey, So., Clm.................81 Steve Vacendak, Jr., Duke .................74 Ronny Watts, Sr., WF........................38

Player of the Year: Billy Cunningham, Sr., UNC (52); Larry Lakins, Sr., NCS (16); Bob Leonard, Jr., WF (11); Jack Marin, Jr., Duke, Bob Verga, So, Duke, Steve Vacendak, Jr., Duke, Larry Worsley, Jr., NCS, and Gary Ward, Jr., Md. also received votes. Coach of the Year: Press Maravich, NCS (82); Vic Bubas, Duke (9).

Statistical Leaders Scoring (NCAA rank) Billy Cunningham, Sr., UNC ... (11) Bob Leonard, Jr., WF ........... (19) Bob Verga, So., Duke ........... (38) Bob Lewis, So., UNC ............ (47) Jay McMillen, So., Md. ........ (69)

25.4 23.9 21.4 21.0 19.7

Rebounding Billy Cunningham, Sr., UNC ............ 14.3 Jim Fox, Sr., USC ........................... 13.6 Ronny Watts, Sr., WF ..................... 13.0 Gary Ward, Jr., Md. ........................ 10.4 Jack Marin, Jr., Duke ...................... 10.3

NCAA STATS: Duke, with four players averaging 11 or more points per game, becomes the first ACC team to average 90 points or better and finishes third in scoring (92.4) ... the Blue Devils are fourth in field goal percentage (.490) ... Miami’s Rick Barry, wins the scoring title averaging 37.4 points per game for the 22-4 Hurricanes.


ACC Yearly Summaries

89

Duke - ACC Champion Steve Vacendak, Duke - ACC Player of the Year Vic Bubas, Duke - ACC Coach of the Year

North Carolina - ACC Champion Larry Miller, UNC - ACC Player of the Year Dean Smith, UNC - ACC Coach of the Year

For the third time in four years, and fourth time overall, Duke captured the ACC title, defeating NC State 71-66 in the 13th and final ACC Tournament held at the Wolfpack’s Reynolds Coliseum … the Blue Devils became the first team to win four straight ACC regular season titles … Duke advanced to the Final Four before losing to Kentucky 83-79 in the national semifinals … Maryland’s Billy Jones became the ACC’s first black basketball player when he played in the Terps’ 65-61 loss at Penn State (D1) … for the only time in league history, the league’s Player of the Year, Duke’s Steve Vacendak, failed to earn first-team All-ACC honors … Vacendak was named second-team All-ACC and would later earn MVP honors for the 1966 ACC Tournament … both North Carolina and Virginia opened new facilities on Dec. 4 … the Tar Heels played their first game in Carmichael Auditorium, defeating William & Mary 82-68 while the Cavaliers opened University Hall with a 99-73 setback to Kentucky … Duke became the only team in the history of the NCAA to defeat the nation’s top-ranked team on consecutive days when the Blue Devils topped No. 1 UCLA 82-66 in Durham (D10) and 94-75 in Charlotte (D11) … in a 130-77 win over Furman (F21) NC State’s Eddie Biedenbach tallied a season-high 30 points in only 22 minutes … John Naponick, a 6-10, 290-pound tackle on the Virginia football team, averaged 7.2 points and 6.8 rebounds in 21 games … Jackie Murdock succeeded Bones McKinney as the Wake Forest coach.

Top-seeded North Carolina claimed its first conference crown in 10 years defeating Duke 82-73 in the ACC title game played in the 8,766-seat Greensboro Coliseum … the Tar Heels advanced to the Final Four before losing to Dayton 76-62 in the national semifinals … in December, the ACC voted unanimously to allow the ACC Tournament runnerup to participate in the NIT … Duke became the first ACC team to ever play in the NIT, losing a first round game to Southern Illinois 72-63 … Clemson finished fourth in the ACC with a 9-5 league record with a roster comprised of six seniors and eight sophomores … Maryland senior guard Gary Williams scored 17 points and was a perfect 8-for-8 from the floor in a 65-63 loss to South Carolina (D10) … Eddie Biedenbach, NC State’s leading scorer in 1965-66 (16.2), missed the entire season with a back injury ... UNC’s Dean Smith was named ACC Coach of the Year for the first time … Clemson defeated Furman three times over a three-week span (D30-to-J19) … Jack McClosky became Wake Forest’s third head coach in as many years … Norm Sloan replaced Press Maravich at NC State … following the end of the season, Maryland’s Bud Millikan retired as the Terps’ head coach; Millikan posted a 243-182 record in 17 seasons, including a 98-93 mark in ACC play … following a double technical foul on NC State’s Norm Sloan, the Wolfpack’s game at Maryland (J7) was stopped with 1:15 left to play by referee George Conley (a former Kentucky state senator) with the Terps holding a 60-55 lead; the game was declared a forfeit with the score and statistics counting.

1965-66 Final Standings

1966-67 Final Standings

ACC Team AP UPI W L For Duke .................... 2 .......2 ....12 2 79.6 NC State ..................................9 5 78.6 Clemson..................................8 6 73.6 North Carolina.........................8 6 80.6 Maryland .................................7 7 67.9 South Carolina ........................4 10 62.8 Virginia ...................................4 10 71.3 Wake Forest ............................4 10 84.3

Opp 70.9 72.9 73.6 76.1 65.8 69.2 77.4 92.4

W 26 18 15 16 14 11 7 8

Overall L For 4 82.8 9 81.3 10 76.9 11 80.9 11 71.6 13 64.3 15 73.5 18 83.8

Opp 71.6 73.7 73.4 74.3 68.4 66.8 77.7 93.0

ACC Team AP UPI W L For North Carolina...... 4 .......3 ....12 2 78.9 Duke .................... x .....19 ......9 3 84.8 South Carolina ........................8 4 69.0 Clemson..................................9 5 73.0 Maryland .................................5 9 66.9 Wake Forest ............................5 9 73.5 Virginia ...................................4 10 75.0 NC State ..................................2 12 60.9

Opp 72.0 70.9 65.5 71.4 68.2 77.4 83.2 70.9

W 26 18 16 17 11 9 9 7

Overall L For 6 82.2 9 82.8 7 73.1 8 74.0 14 65.0 18 72.2 17 78.0 17 64.3

Opp 71.2 76.1 64.6 70.3 65.1 77.3 82.3 69.2

Vs, Non-Conference: 52-37 (.584) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 8-8 NCAA: (1 team: 3-1) NIT: (no team) Teams Ranked During Season: Duke, NC State, N. Carolina, S. Carolina, Wake Forest

Vs, Non-Conference: 52-37 (.584) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 3-6 NCAA: (1 team: 2-2) NIT: (1 team 0-1) Teams Ranked During Season: Duke, North Carolina

1966 ACC Tournament, Raleigh, N.C. (March 3-4-5)

1967 ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. (March 9-10-11)

Quarterfinals - #6 South Carolina d. #3 Clemson 60-52; #2 NC State d. #7 Virginia 8677; #1 Duke d. #8 Wake Forest 103-73; #4 North Carolina d. #5 Maryland 77-70. Semifinals - Duke d. North Carolina 21-20; NC State d. South Carolina 75-62. Finals - Duke d. NC State 71-66.

Quarterfinals - #3 South Carolina d. #6 Maryland 57-54; #2 Duke #7 Virginia 99-78; #1 North Carolina d. #8 NC State 56-53; #5 Wake Forest d. #4 Clemson 63-61 (2ot). Semifinals - North Carolina d. Wake Forest 89-79; Duke d. South Carolina 69-66. Finals - North Carolina d. Duke 82-73.

All-Tournament - First Team - Eddie Biedenbach, NCS; Steve Vacendak, Duke; Tommy Mattocks, NCS; Bob Verga, Duke; Mike Lewis, Duke. Second Team - Skip Harlicka, USC; Larry Miller, UNC; Jack Marin, Duke; Bob Riedy, Duke; Bob Lewis, Everett Case Award - Steve Vacendak, Duke (10.0 points, 2.0 rebounds)

All-Tournament - First Team - Larry Miller, UNC; Bob Verga, Duke; Al Salvadori, USC; Bob Lewis, UNC; Paul Long, WF. Second Team - Mike Lewis, Duke; Rusty Clark, UNC; Jack Thompson, USC; Jerry Montgomery, WF; Randy Mahaffey, Clem.; Dick Grubar, UNC. Tournament MVP - Larry Miller, North Carolina (25.7 points, 8.3 rebounds)

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

First Team • unanimous Bob Lewis, Jr., UNC ......................... 191 Jack Marin, Sr., Duke ....................... 187 Bob Verga, Jr., Duke ........................ 161 Eddie Biedenbach, Jr., NCS.............. 128 Bob Leonard, Sr., WF ....................... 128

Second Team Larry Miller, So., UNC .................... 116 Pete Coker, Sr., NCS ...................... 111 Paul Long, Jr., WF ......................... 102 Steve Vacendak, Sr., Duke ............... 98 Gary Ward, Sr., Md. ......................... 82

Player of the Year: Steve Vacendak, Sr., Duke (51); Jack Marin, Sr., Duke (29); Bob Lewis, Jr, UNC (19); Bob Verga, Jr., Duke, Eddie Biedenbach, Jr., NCS, Gary Ward, Sr., Md., Larry Miller, So., UNC, Bob Leonard, Sr., WF and Paul Long, Jr., WF also received votes. Coach of the Year: Vic Bubas, Duke (76); Press Maravich, NCS (18); Bobby Roberts, Clem (13).

Statistical Leaders

Scoring (NCAA rank) Bob Lewis, Jr., UNC ............. (10) 27.4 Paul Long, Jr., WF ............... (28) 24.0 Bob Leonard, Sr., WF ........... (33) 23.2 Larry Miller, So., UNC .......... (64) 20.9 Jim Connelly, Jr., UVa................... 20.5

Rebounding Mike Lewis, So., Duke ................... 11.0 Frank Standard, So., USC.............. 10.6 Larry Miller, So., UNC ................... 10.3 Randy Mahaffey, Jr., Clem ............ 10.2 Pete Coker, Sr., NCS ....................... 9.9

First Team • unanimous Bob Verga, Sr., Duke...................... • 146 Larry Miller, Jr., UNC ....................... 140 Bob Lewis, Sr., UNC......................... 131 Paul Long, Sr., WF ........................... 131 Randy Mahaffey, Sr., Clm. ............... 112

Second Team Jim Connelly, Sr., UVa ......................87 Mike Lewis, Jr., Duke ........................73 Jim Sutherland, Sr., Clm. ..................71 Jack Thompson, Jr., USC..................49 Gary Gregor, Jr., USC .......................41

Player of the Year: Larry Miller, Jr., UNC (52); Bob Verga, Sr., Duke (48). Coach of the Year: Dean Smith, UNC (60); Bobby Roberts, Clem (34).

Statistical Leaders Scoring (NCAA rank) Bob Verga, Sr., Duke.............. (9) 26.1 Paul Long, Sr., WF ............... (29) 22.3 Larry Miller, Jr., UNC ........... (36) 21.9 Jim Connelly, Sr., UVa ......... (69) 20.0 Jimmy Sutherland, Sr., Clem ........ 18.8

Rebounding Gary Gregor, Jr., USC ................... 13.3 Mike Lewis, Jr., Duke .................... 12.3 Frank Standard, Jr., USC ............... 11.3 Rusty Clark, So., UNC ................... 10.3 Larry Miller, Jr., UNC ...................... 9.3

NCAA STATS: North Carolina sophomore Rusty Clark ranks 11th in field goal percentage (.552) ... Clemson’s Jimmy Sutherland (.897) finishes fourth in free throw percentage ... Wake Forest is 10th in free throw percentage (.750) ... South Carolina NCAA STATS: Wake Forest’s Paul Long finishes fourth in free throw percentage (.869) finishes second in the ACC in rebound margin (+8.5), but is the top ACC team in ... for the first time North Carolina leads the nation in field goal percentage (.517); rebound percentage, ranking sixth at .567 ... Maryland ranks sixth in fewest fouls committed (15.1) and 19th in scoring defense (65.1). Duke is 10th (.486) ... the Blue Devils are second in rebound percentage (.574).


ACC Yearly Summaries

90

North Carolina - ACC Champion Larry Miller, UNC - ACC Player of the Year Dean Smith, UNC - ACC Coach of the Year

North Carolina - ACC Champion John Roche, USC - ACC Player of the Year Frank McGuire, USC - ACC Coach of the Year

North Carolina repeated as the ACC champion with a 87-50 win over NC State … the Wolfpack had advanced to the championship game with a 12-10 victory over Duke in the semifinals; the 22-point total set an ACC single-game record ... UNC advanced to the Final Four for the second straight year before dropping a 78-55 decision to UCLA in the championship game … UNC’s Larry Miller became only the second player in league history to be named the ACC Player of the Year and the ACC Tournament MVP for two consecutive seasons … in an NCAA rule change, the dunk was made illegal during the game and pre-game warmups … Frank Fellows succeeded Bud Millikan at Maryland … after 39 seasons, Clemson played its last game at venerable Fike Field House with a 80-51 loss to Georgia Tech (F28); three days later South Carolina brought down the curtain after 42 years at Carolina Fieldhouse (M2) losing 55-54 to NC State … Duke’s Mike Lewis started the season with 20 straight “double-doubles” and finished the season with a league-high 24 twin-figured games … Dean Smith was named ACC Coach of the Year for the second straight season … South Carolina led the ACC in field goal percentage (.488) for the first time … Clemson opened the season on Dec. 4 against The Citadel and then did not play for 26 days (D29) … four UNC players - Larry Miller, Charlie Scott, Rusty Clark, Bill Bunting - posted “double-doubles” in a 96-74 win over Clemson in a game played at the Charlotte Coliseum (F16) … Clemson’s Butch Zatezalo (23.0) became the first sophomore to lead the ACC in scoring.

North Carolina’s Tar Heels tied a conference record winning their third straight ACC Tournament with a 85-74 triumph over Duke in the finals … UNC also made its third-straight Final Four appearance, losing to Purdue 92-65 … John Roche became the first sophomore and the first South Carolina player to be named ACC Player of Year … Duke’s Vic Bubas retired after the 1969 season ... under Bubas, Duke won four ACC titles, advanced to the Final Four three times and compiled a 213-67 (.761) record in 10 seasons, including a 106-32 (.768) mark in ACC play … Wake Forest beat Maryland 93-71 (J3) in a game that matched brothers playing against one another for the first time in league annals; Wake’s Jerry Montgomery had six points while brother Roger tallied four points … in their regular season finale, Wake Forest beat Clemson in double overtime 112-104; seven players were disqualified and both teams were an identical 36-of-45 from the foul line … Florida State beat South Carolina 87-76 (J28) in a game that was declared a forfeit when Gamecock head coach Frank McGuire refused to leave the floor after receiving two technical fouls with 1:57 left to play … in seven post-season games, starting with the ACC Tournament, UNC’s Charlie Scott averaged 25.5 points and 6.0 rebounds per game … in the ACC title game against Duke, Scott scored an ACC title game record 40 points; one week later Scott tallied 23 of his game-high 32 points in the second half as the Tar Heels advanced to the Final Four with an 87-85 win over No. 5 Davidson in the East Regional final.

1967-68 Final Standings

1968-69 Final Standings

ACC Team AP UPI W L For North Carolina...... 4 .......4 ....12 2 86.9 Duke .................. 10 .....11 ....11 3 81.6 NC State ..................................9 5 72.8 South Carolina ........................9 5 77.0 Virginia ...................................5 9 77.2 Maryland .................................4 10 68.3 Clemson..................................3 11 75.6 Wake Forest ............................3 11 69.7

Opp 72.9 67.6 68.0 71.3 88.6 75.4 86.1 79.1

W 28 22 16 15 9 8 4 5

Overall L For 4 83.8 6 79.0 10 70.8 7 79.0 16 79.8 16 68.8 20 71.5 21 70.7

Opp 72.4 67.5 65.8 69.8 86.6 73.9 82.2 78.5

ACC Team AP UPI W L For North Carolina...... 4 .......2 ....12 2 88.6 South Carolina ... 13 .....20 ....11 3 72.4 Wake Forest ............................8 6 84.4 NC State ..................................8 6 72.4 Duke .......................................8 6 84.6 Virginia ...................................5 9 77.6 Maryland .................................2 12 78.9 Clemson..................................2 12 78.9

Opp 74.5 65.8 82.1 72.0 81.1 84.6 86.7 90.9

W 27 21 18 15 15 10 8 6

Overall L For 5 88.9 7 70.8 9 86.1 10 71.5 13 82.0 15 79.3 18 78.8 19 78.8

Opp 75.7 64.5 79.2 69.3 79.4 83.6 84.2 85.8

Vs, Non-Conference: 44-36 (.550) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 8-5 NCAA: (1 team: 3-1) NIT: (1 team: 1-1) Teams Ranked During Season: Duke, North Carolina

Vs, Non-Conference: 55-33 (.625) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 5-8 NCAA: (1 team: 2-2) NIT: (1 team: 1-1) Teams Ranked During Season: Duke, North Carolina, South Carolina

1968 ACC Tournament, Charlotte, N.C. (March 7-8-9)

1969 ACC Tournament, Charlotte, N.C. (March 6-7-8)

Quarterfinals - #3 NC State d. #6 Maryland 63-54; #2 Duke d. #7 Clemson 43-40; #1 North Carolina d. #8 Wake Forest 83-70; #4 South Carolina d. #5 Virginia 101-78. Semifinals - North Carolina d. South Carolina 82-79 (ot); NC State d. Duke 12-10. Finals - North Carolina d. NC State 87-50.

Quarterfinals - #3 Duke d. #6 Virginia 99-86; #2 South Carolina d. #7 Maryland 92-71; #1 North Carolina d. #8 Clemson 94-70; #5 Wake Forest d. #4 NC State 81-73. Semifinals - North Carolina d. Wake Forest 80-72; Duke d. South Carolina 68-59. Finals - North Carolina d. Duke 85-74.

All-Tournament - First Team - Larry Miller, UNC; Gary Gregor, USC; Dick Grubar, UNC; Jack Thompson, USC; Skip Harlicka, USC. Second Team - Charles Scott, UNC; Rusty Clark, UNC; Eddie Biedenbach, NCS; Vann Williford, NCS; Mike Lewis, Duke. Everett Case Award - Larry Miller, North Carolina (25.3 points,; 8.3 rebounds)

All-Tournament - First Team - Charles Scott, UNC; Charlie Davis, WF; Dick DeVenzio, Duke; Steve Vanderberg, Duke; John Roche, USC. Second Team - Jerry Montgomery, WF; Bill Bunting, UNC; Dave Golden, Duke; Dick Grubar, UNC; Vann Williford, NCS. Everett Case Award - Charlie Scott, North Carolina (24.7 points; 5.7 rebounds)

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

First Team • unanimous Larry Miller, Sr., UNC ..................... • 190 Mike Lewis, Sr., Duke .................... • 190 Charlie Scott, So., UNC .................... 166 Skip Harlicka, Sr., USC.................... 159 Eddie Biedenbach, Sr., NCS ............. 150

Second Team Butch Zatezalo, So., Clm. ............... 102 Rusty Clark, Jr., UNC ....................... 94 Gary Gregor, Sr., USC ..................... 92 Frank Standard, Sr., USC ................ 49 Mike Katos, Sr., UVa ........................ 37

First Team • unanimous John Roche, So., USC................... • 176 Charlie Scott, Jr., UNC ..................... 171 Bill Bunting, Sr., UNC ....................... 143 Vann Williford, Jr., NCS ................... 141 Charlie Davis, So., WF ...................... 128

Second Team Butch Zatezalo, Jr., Clm. .................117 Tom Owens, So., USC....................105 Will Hetzel, Jr., Md. ...........................90 Dick Grubar, Sr., UNC .......................79 Randy Denton, So., Duke ..................67

Player of the Year: Larry Miller, Sr., UNC (76); Mike Lewis, Sr., Duke (34). Coach of the Year: Dean Smith, UNC (47); Vic Bubas, Duke (22); Frank McGuire, USC (22); Norm Sloan, NCS (21).

Player of the Year: John Roche, So., USC (56); Charlie Scott, Jr., UNC (39); Butch Zatezalo, Jr., Clem, Bill Bunting, Sr., UNC & Vann Williford, NCS also received votes. Coach of the Year: Frank McGuire, USC (78); Dean Smith, UNC (22).

Statistical Leaders

Statistical Leaders

Scoring (NCAA rank) Butch Zatezalo, So, Clem ..... (32) 23.0 Larry Miller, Sr., UNC ........... (40) 22.4 Skip Harlicka, Sr., USC......... (46) 21.8 Mike Lewis, Sr., Duke .......... (48) 21.7 Mike Katos, Sr., UVa ..................... 18.5

Rebounding Mike Lewis, Sr., Duke ................... 14.4 Gary Gregor, Sr., USC ................... 12.2 Norm Carmichael, Jr., UVa............ 12.0 Richie Mahaffey, Jr., Clem ............ 11.5 Mike Wilkes, So., UVa ................... 11.0

NCAA STATS: Wake Forest’s Jerry Montgomery is seventh in free throw percentage (.854) ... Duke was 11th in free throw percentage (.749) ... Dave Cowens of independent Florida State is eighth in rebounding (16.9) ... the 19-8 Seminoles are fifth in scoring offense (90.3) ... LSU sophomore Pete Maravich set a new major college scoring record, averaging 43.8 points per game.

Scoring (NCAA rank) Butch Zatezalo, Jr., Clem ..... (14) John Roche, So., USC.......... (34) Will Hetzel, Jr., Md. .............. (41) Charlie Davis, So., WF .......... (45) Charlie Scott, Jr., UNC ......... (53)

25.8 23.6 23.3 22.8 22.3

Rebounding Tom Owens, So., USC .................... 13.0 Randy Denton, So., Duke ................ 12.8 Will Hetzel, Jr., Md. ........................ 12.2 Gilbert McGregor, So., WF .............. 12.0 John Gidding, Sr., UVa ................... 11.2

NCAA STATS: North Carolina’s John Bunting (.598) is second nationally to UCLA’s Lew Alcindor (.635) in field goal percentage ... Wake Forest’s Charlie Davis finished fifth in free throw percentage (.882) ... North Carolina is seventh in scoring (89.0), scoring margin (+13.2) and field goal percentage (.491) ... South Carolina is tops in fewest fouls committed (12.4).


ACC Yearly Summaries

91

NC State - ACC Champion John Roche, USC - ACC Player of the Year Norm Sloan, NCS - ACC Coach of the Year

South Carolina - ACC Champion Charlie Davis, WF - ACC Player of the Year Dean Smith, UNC - ACC Coach of the Year

NC State overcame an 11-point first-half deficit and upset top-seeded and third-ranked South Carolina 42-39 in double overtime to claim its sixth ACC hoops crown … the Gamecocks were a perfect 14-0 in ACC games during the regular season and finished a full five games ahead of both North Carolina and NC State in the league standings … seventh-seeded Virginia won its first ACC Tournament game since 1959 upsetting three-time defending champion North Carolina 95-93 in the first round … NC State’s Norm Sloan was named ACC Coach of the Year for the first time … former Wolfpack player Bucky Waters (195658) succeeded Vic Bubas as Duke’s new head mentor while Charles “Lefty” Driesell, who played for two seasons at Duke (1953-54) replaced Frank Fellows at Maryland … South Carolina’s John Roche became the first player to be named ACC Player of the Year as a sophomore and junior … UNC’s Charlie Scott had a 52-game streak of scoring in double figures ended in a 65-52 loss at South Carolina (J5); five days later USC’s Roche had a similar 38-game streak snapped in a 55-44 win over Maryland … Scott, the ACC’s leading scorer (27.1) was named first-team All-ACC for the third straight year … Virginia overcame a 22-point second-half deficit to defeat William & Mary 87-81 in overtime (J29) … South Carolina’s Tom Owens led the ACC in rebounds (14.9) and “double-doubles” (19) … ten ACC players registered 10-or-more “doubles-doubles” in 1969-70 … Wake Forest scored 66 first half points en route to a 108-93 win over BYU (D30).

South Carolina’s last year as a member of the ACC produced its first and only championship defeating regular season champion North Carolina 52-51 in the finals, marking the first time the ACC Tournament title game had been decided by a single point … on March 29, South Carolina announced it was withdrawing from the ACC … the Tar Heels rebounded to capture the NIT championship with junior Bill Chamberlain grabbing MVP honors … both Wake Forest’s Charlie Davis, the 1971 ACC Player of the Year, and South Carolina’s John Roche were three-time All-ACC first team selections … Davis averaged 24.5 points in 42 career ACC games and led the ACC in free-throw shooting percentage three years in a row …, South Carolina’s Owens (12.8) became the second player to lead the ACC in rebounding three years in a row … Roche scored an ACC-record 56 points in a win over Furman (F4) … Virginia finished 15-11, its first winning season since 1953-54 … Maryland’s Barry Yates became the first ACC player to declare hardship and entered the NBA Draft early … Yates hit 10 straight field goals in a game against Miami … in Virginia’s 50-49 win over No. 2 South Carolina (J11), game officials ejected both a sports writer and a photographer from the game … 1970-71 was the first season without ACC Commissioner Jim Weaver, who had passed away the previous summer … Maryland made 15-of-18 from the floor and set an ACC single-game field goal percentage record (.833) in a 31-30 overtime win over South Carolina (J9) … Tates Locke became the 16th head coach in Clemson history.

1969-70 Final Standings

1970-71 Final Standings

ACC Team AP UPI W L For South Carolina ..... 6 .......6 ....14 0 76.7 North Carolina.........................9 5 83.1 NC State ............. 10 .....12 ......9 5 81.1 Duke .......................................8 6 72.5 Wake Forest ............................6 8 79.9 Maryland .................................5 9 72.3 Virginia ...................................3 11 66.6 Clemson..................................2 12 80.8

Opp 57.9 78.9 73.9 71.3 81.6 78.7 73.9 96.9

W 25 18 23 17 14 13 10 7

Overall L For 3 74.0 9 88.9 7 83.7 9 75.6 13 81.4 13 76.1 15 69.8 19 80.3

Opp 57.4 78.8 71.7 72.1 80.6 74.8 73.0 90.3

ACC Team AP UPI W L For North Carolina.... 13 .....13 ....11 3 84.6 South Carolina ..... 6 .......6 ....10 4 73.8 Duke .......................................9 5 80.0 Wake Forest ............................7 7 77.3 Virginia ...................................6 8 71.3 Maryland .................................5 9 67.4 NC State ..................................5 9 73.3 Clemson..................................3 11 54.6

Opp 74.4 63.7 75.9 76.2 74.7 74.4 77.1 65.8

W 26 23 20 16 15 14 13 9

Overall L For 6 84.6 6 77.9 10 79.6 10 79.4 11 76.4 12 75.0 14 76.5 17 58.9

Opp 71.8 68.4 73.7 74.1 74.9 73.4 77.5 65.9

Vs, Non-Conference: 64-24 (.727) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 5-6 NCAA: (1 team: 1-1) NIT: (2 teams: 0-2) Teams Ranked During Season: Duke, North Carolina, NC State; South Carolina

Vs, Non-Conference: 68-18 (.791) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 5-3 NCAA: (1 team: 0-2) NIT: (2 teams: 6-2 - North Carolina champion) Teams Ranked During Season: Duke, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia

1970 ACC Tournament, Charlotte, N.C. (March 5-6-7)

1971 ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. (March 11-12-13)

Quarterfinals - #1 South Carolina d. #8 Clemson 34-33; #7 Virginia d. #2 North Carolina 95-93; #3 NC State d. #6 Maryland 67-57; #5 Wake Forest d. #4 Duke 81-73. Semifinals - South Carolina d. Wake Forest 79-63. NC State d. Virginia 67-66. Finals - NC State d. South Carolina 42-39 (2 ot).

Quarterfinals - #1 North Carolina d. #8 Clemson 76-41; #2 South Carolina d. #7 Maryland 71-63; #6 NC State d. #3 Duke 68-61; #5 Virginia d. #4 Wake Forest 85-84. Semifinals - North Carolina d. Virginia 78-68; South Carolina d. NC State 69-56. Finals - South Carolina d. North Carolina 52-51.

All-Tournament - First Team - Vann Williford, NCS; Charlie Davis, WF; Tom Owens, USC; Chip Case, UVa; Tom Riker, USC. Second Team - Charles Scott, UNC; John Roche, USC; Bill Gerry, UVa; Ed Leftwich, NCS; Joe Dunning, NCS. Everett Case Award - Vann Williford, NC State (24.3 points; 9.3 rebounds)

All-Tournament - First Team - Barry Parkhill, UVa; Tom Owens, USC; John Roche, USC; Lee Dedmon, UNC; Paul Coder, NCS. Second Team - Al Heartley, NCS; George Karl, UNC; Bill Chamberlain, UNC; Tom Riker, USC; Charlie Davis, WF. Everett Case Award - John Roche, South Carolina & Lee Dedmon, North Carolina

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

First Team • unanimous John Roche, Jr., USC .................... • 212 Charlie Scott, Sr., UNC ................... • 212 Vann Williford, Sr., NCS ................... 208 Charlie Davis, Jr., WF ....................... 204 Tom Owens, Jr., USC ...................... 163

Second Team Randy Denton, Jr., Duke ................ 142 Will Hetzel, Sr., Md. ......................... 81 Butch Zatezalo, Sr., Clm. .................. 80 Paul Coder, So., NCS ....................... 50 Ed Leftwich, So., NCS ...................... 44

Player of the Year: John Roche, Jr., USC (51); Charlie Scott, Sr., UNC (47); Vann Williford, Sr., NCS (16); Charlie Davis, Jr., WF (4). Coach of the Year: Norm Sloan, NCS (57); Frank McGuire, USC (40); Bill Gibson, UVa (8); Lefty Driesell, Md. (1); Dean Smith, North Carolina (1); Bucky Waters, Duke (1).

Statistical Leaders

Scoring (NCAA rank) Charlie Scott, Sr., UNC ......... (16) 27.1 Charlie Davis, Jr., WF ........... (25) 25.5 Vann Williford, Sr., NCS ....... (39) 23.7 John Roche, Jr., USC ........... (51) 22.3 Butch Zatezalo, Sr., Clem .............. 21.7

Rebounding Tom Owens, Jr., USC .................... 14.0 Randy Denton, Jr., Duke ............... 12.8 Bill Gerry, Jr., UVa ........................ 11.1 Gilbert McGregor, Jr., WF ............. 10.6 Vann Williford, Sr., NCS ................ 10.0

NCAA STATS: NC State’s Paul Coder is 16th in field goal percentage (.573) ... Wake Forest’s Charlie Davis is fifth in free throw percentage (.875) ... Duke is eighth in field goal percentage (.496) ... the Deacons are fourth in free throw percentage (.768) ... for the second-straight year South Carolina is first in fewest fouls committed (13.8).

First Team • unanimous Charlie Davis, Sr., WF .................... • 242 John Roche, Sr., USC ...................... 240 Dennis Wuycik, Jr., UNC .................. 238 Randy Denton, Sr., Duke .................. 233 Tom Owens, Sr., USC ...................... 176

Second Team Barry Parkhill, So., UVa...................125 George Karl, So., UNC.....................120 Bill Gerry, Sr., UVa ............................99 Ed Leftwich, Jr., NCS ........................74 Jim O’Brien, So., Md. ........................64

Player of the Year: Charlie Davis, Sr., WF (86); John Roche, Sr., USC (30); Dennis Wuycik, Jr., UNC (4). Coach of the Year: Dean Smith, UNC (89); Bill Gibson, UVa (21).

Statistical Leaders Scoring (NCAA rank) Charlie Davis, Sr., WF .......... (13) 26.5 John Roche, Sr., USC .......... (57) 21.6 Randy Denton, Sr., Duke ............... 20.4 Dennis Wuycik, Jr., UNC ............... 18.4 Ed Leftwich, Jr., NCS .................... 16.4

Rebounding Tom Owens, Sr., USC ................... 12.9 Randy Denton, Sr., Duke ............... 12.8 Scott McCandlish, Jr., UVa ............. 9.9 Gilbert McGregor, Sr., WF ............... 9.3 Bill Gerry, Sr., UVa .......................... 9.3

NCAA STATS: North Carolina’s Dennis Wuycik (.607) is second in field goal percentage, teammate Bill Chamberlain (.572) is 13th, NC State’s Paul Coder (.565) 15th and Duke’s Randy Denton (.564) 16th ... Wake Forest’s Charlie Davis (.862) and Wuycik (.858) rank 5-6 among free throw percentage leaders ... North Carolina is second in field goal percentage (.522).


ACC Yearly Summaries

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North Carolina - ACC Champion Barry Parkhill, UVa - ACC Player of the Year Bill Gibson, UVa - ACC Coach of the Year

NC State - ACC Champion David Thompson, NCS - ACC Player of the Year Norm Sloan, NCS - ACC Coach of the Year

With a 73-64 championship game victory over second-seeded Maryland, North Carolina laid claim to its fourth ACC title in six years and fifth overall … Robert McAdoo earned Tournament MVP honors after averaging 19.5 points and 10.1 rebounds … the Tar Heels’ ended their season with a loss to Florida State in the national semifinals … Maryland, led by the sophomore inside tandem of Len Elmore and Tom McMillen, captured the ACC’s second straight NIT title, with a 100-69 win over Niagara in the championship game … another success story was Virginia, which posted eight wins in ACC play for the first time and had its first ACC Player of the Year in junior guard Barry Parkhill, the ACC’s leading scorer at 21.6 ppg … Bill Gibson also became the first Virginia coach to be named Coach of the Year … Duke officially renamed its home arena in honor of athletic director Eddie Cameron … the first game in “Cameron Indoor Stadium” saw Robbie West sink a 20-foot jumper with three seconds left to lift the Blue Devils to a 76-74 win over North Carolina … though freshmen were ineligible for varsity competition, junior varsity games at NC State’s Reynolds Coliseum involving highly-recruited rookie David Thompson were often filled to capacity … Maryland’s game with Clemson (F19) was played for the first 10 minutes with only one official … Maryland sophomore Tom McMillen had 14 “double-doubles” and accounted for 31 percent of the Terps scoring in their 12 regular season ACC games (20.1 ppg of 64.9 ppg) … UNC’s Dean Smith became the third ACC head coach to win 100 or more regular-season conference games with a 92-77 win over Wake Forest (J19).

David Thompson emerged on the scene at NC State, and the Wolfpack reaped immediate awards with an unbeaten season and its seventh ACC title with a 76-74 win over Maryland to cap a 27-0 season … with NC State on NCAA probation, Maryland represented the ACC and beat Syracuse before losing to Providence 103-89 in the East Regional finals … NC State, Maryland and UNC remained ranked in the Top 10 throughout the regular season, and Super Bowl Sunday featured a pioneering national television matchup between the Wolfpack and Terps at College Park, Md. … NC State defeated Maryland 87-85 when Thompson tipped in a miss by teammate Tommy Burleson at the buzzer to cap a 37-point performance … Thompson was named ACC Player of the Year and Norm Sloan was selected ACC Coach of the Year … the NCAA reinstated freshman eligibility, and the ACC boasted such young stars as Maryland’s John Lucas, Wake Forest’s Lee Foye, Virginia’s Wally Walker and North Carolina’s Mitch Kupchak … an NCAA rule change allowed teams to retain possession of the ball following the first six non-shooting fouls by their opponents in each half instead of shooting a lone free throw … Clemson’s Van Gregg scored 33 points in his first college game vs. Georgia Tech (N28) … Virginia’s Barry Parkhill had his 41-game double-figure scoring streak snapped in a 93-74 loss at Maryland (J10) … the Wolfpack scored 100 points or more in 10 games and led the nation in scoring (92.9) … in a change from previous ACSWA voting procedures, the 1972-73 All-Conference team was voted on by positions - two guards and three frontcourt players.

1971-72 Final Standings

1972-73 Final Standings

ACC Team AP UPI W L For North Carolina...... 2 .......2 ......9 3 84.5 Maryland ............ 15 .....11 ......8 4 64.9 Virginia .............. 20 ....... x ......8 4 72.0 Duke .......................................6 6 67.6 NC State ..................................6 6 74.9 Wake Forest ............................3 9 65.0 Clemson..................................2 10 58.0

Opp 71.9 64.3 69.3 73.3 73.2 70.2 64.8

W 26 27 21 14 16 8 10

Overall L For 5 89.1 5 76.4 7 81.8 12 68.5 10 78.5 18 69.2 16 63.4

Opp 71.4 65.8 70.7 68.2 72.3 71.0 66.1

Team AP UPI W NC State ............... 2 .......2 ....12 North Carolina.... 11 .....12 ......8 Maryland .............. 8 .....10 ......7 Duke .......................................4 Virginia ...................................4 Clemson..................................4 Wake Forest ............................3

ACC L For 0 80.8 4 82.2 5 84.8 8 73.7 8 72.4 8 67.8 9 67.8

Opp 70.3 74.0 78.8 78.9 74.2 69.9 83.2

W 27 25 23 12 13 12 12

Overall L For 0 92.9 8 84.7 7 87.1 14 78.1 12 74.8 14 69.8 15 72.3

Opp 71.1 72.8 74.2 76.9 71.2 69.4 77.4

Vs, Non-Conference: 70-21 (.769) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 4-5 NCAA: (1 team: 3-1) NIT: (2 teams: 4-1 - Maryland Champion) Teams Ranked During Season: Maryland, North Carolina, NC State, Virginia

Vs, Non-Conference: 72-19 (.791) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 3-1 NCAA: (1 team: 1-1) NIT: (1 team: 3-1) Teams Ranked During Season: Maryland, North Carolina, NC State

1972 ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. (March 7-8-9)

1973 ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. (March 8-9-10)

Quarterfinals -#1 North Carolina, bye; #2 Maryland 54 d. #7 Clemson 54-52; #3 Quarterfinals - #1 NC State, bye; #7 Wake Forest d. #2 North Carolina 54-52 (ot); #3 Maryland d. #6 Clemson 77-61; #5 Virginia d. #4 Duke 59-55. Virginia d. #6 Wake Forest 74-65; #4 Duke d. #5 NC State 73-60. Semifinals - NC State d. Virginia 63-51; Maryland d. Wake Forest 73-65. Semifinals - North Carolina d. Duke 63-48; Maryland d. Virginia 62-57. Finals - NC State d. Maryland 76-74. Finals - North Carolina d. Maryland 73-64. All-Tournament - First Team - Barry Parkhill, UVa; Dennis Wuycik, UNC; Robert McAdoo, UNC; George Karl, UNC; Tom McMillen, Md. Second Team - Jim O’Brien, Md.; Scott McCandlish, UVa; Gary Melchionni, Duke; Len Elmore, Md.; Steve Previs, UNC. Everett Case Award - Bob McAdoo, North Carolina (15.0 points; 7.5 rebounds)

All-Tournament - First Team - Tommy Burleson, NCS; David Thompson, NCS; Tom McMillen, Md.; John Lucas, Md.; Eddie Payne, WF. Second Team - Bobby Jones, UNC; Jim O’Brien, Md.; Gus Gerard, UVa; Barry Parkhill, UVa; Tony Byers, WF. Everett Case Award - Tom Burleson, NC State (14.0 points, 12.5 rebounds)

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

First Team • unanimous Barry Parkhill, Jr., UVa ................... • 214 Robert McAdoo, Jr., UNC................. 209 Tom McMillen, So., Md.................... 198 Dennis Wuycik, Sr., UNC ................. 189 Tom Burleson, So., NCS .................. 178

Second Team Bill Chamberlain, Sr., UNC ............. 112 Gary Melchionni, Jr., Duke ............... 89 Alan Shaw, Jr., Duke ........................ 88 George Karl, Jr., UNC ....................... 82 Len Elmore, So., Md. ....................... 69

Player of the Year: Barry Parkhill, Jr., UVa (80); Dennis Wuycik, Sr., UNC (12); Bob McAdoo, Jr., UNC (10); Tom McMillen, So., Md., Tom Burleson, So., NCS and Bill Chamberlain, Sr., UNC also received votes. Coach of the Year: Bill Gibson, UVa (70); Dean Smith, UNC (21); Bucky Waters, Duke (15).

Statistical Leaders

Scoring (NCAA rank) Barry Parkhill, Jr., UVa .................. 21.6 Tom Burleson, So., NCS ............... 21.3 Tom McMillen, So., Md................. 20.8 Bob McAdoo, Jr., UNC .................. 19.5 Dennis Wuycik, Sr., UNC .............. 18.0

Rebounding Tom Burleson, So., NCS ............... 14.0 Alan Shaw, Jr., Duke ..................... 11.8 Len Elmore, So., Md. .................... 11.0 Bob McAdoo, Jr., UNC .................. 10.1 Dave Angel, Jr., Clem. ..................... 9.7

NCAA STATS: For the second straight year North Carolina’s Dennis Wuycik (.610) ranks in the Top 10 (8th) among field goal percentage leaders ... UNC’s Bobby Jones (.668) was eight field goals shy of leading the nation in field goal percentage ... North Carolina leads the country in field goal percentage (.528).

First Team • unanimous David Thompson, So., NCS............ • 248 Tommy Burleson, Jr., NCS............... 238 George Karl, Sr., UNC ...................... 232 Tom McMillen, Jr., Md. .................... 212 Gary Melchionni, Sr., Duke .............. 176

Second Team Bobby Jones, Jr., UNC ....................163 Barry Parkhill, Sr., UVa ...................159 Len Elmore, Jr., Md. .........................84 Chris Redding, Jr., Duke ...................67 Tony Byers, Jr., WF ...........................56

Player of the Year: David Thompson, So., NCS (116); George Karl, Sr., UNC (4); Barry Parkhill, Sr., UVa (1); Tom Burleson, Jr., NCS (1); Tom McMillen, Jr., Md. (1). Coach of the Year: Norm Sloan, NCS (95); Dean Smith, UNC (22).

Statistical Leaders Scoring (NCAA rank) David Thompson, So., NCS.... (16) 24.7 Tony Byers, Jr., WF ....................... 21.7 Tom McMillen, Jr., Md. ................. 21.2 Tom Burleson, Jr., NCS ................ 17.9 George Karl, Sr., UNC ................... 17.0

Rebounding Tom Burleson, Jr., NCS ................ 12.0 Len Elmore, Jr., Md. ..................... 11.2 Bobby Jones, Jr., UNC .................. 10.5 Tom McMillen, Jr., Md. ................... 9.8 Bob Fleischer, So., Duke ................. 8.5

NCAA STATS: NC State sets an ACC record in points per game (92.9) and ranks fourth in scoring offense ... North Carolina’s Bobby Jones (.601) ranks ninth, and Maryland’s Tom McMillen (.585) 14th, among field goal percentage leaders ... North Carolina (.527), Maryland (.520) and NC State rank 1-2-3 in field goal percentage ... Duke is tops in free throw percentage (.785).


ACC Yearly Summaries NC State - ACC Champion & National Champion David Thompson, NCS - ACC Player of the Year Norm Sloan, NCS - ACC Coach of the Year

93

North Carolina - ACC Champion David Thompson, NCS - ACC Player of the Year Lefty Driesell, Maryland - ACC Coach of the Year

NC State followed its second-straight league title by capturing its first, and the league’s second national title … first NC State defeated Maryland 103-100 in overtime for the ACC Tournament championship in a game that many rank as the greatest in college basketball history … two weeks later Norm Sloan’s Wolfpack ended the UCLA dynasty streak of seven straight NCAA titles with an 80-77 double-overtime win at the Greensboro Coliseum … two nights later, NC State knocked off Marquette 76-64 for the national title … the Wolfpack, behind ACC and National Player of the Year David Thompson and 7-4 center Tommy Burleson, finished the regular season 12-0 for the second straight year … Maryland (23-5) finished the year ranked No. 4 nationally despite not taking part in NCAA play … Burleson led the ACC with 26 “double-doubles”, Maryland’s Len Elmore (22) was second … six ACC players earned 1st, 2nd or 3rd team All-America honors … UNC defeated Duke 96-92 in overtime (M2) after a stunning rally that wiped out an eight-point Blue Devil lead in the final 17 seconds of regulation, capped by Walter Davis’ game-tying 35-foot bank shot … the Wolfpack’s NCAA win over UCLA avenged its only loss of the season … Wake Forest opened the season with a 75-70 win over Rice (N30) in a game that featured an experimental 30-second clock … 16 Tar Heels scored in UNC’s 112-72 win over Biscayne (D28) … the league’s All-ACC team was for a second-straight year, voted on by positions - two guards and three front court players … Virginia beat Wake Forest 86-83 in overtime (F9); the Cavaliers trailed 52-37 at halftime.

With freshman point guard Phil Ford leading the way North Carolina captured its first ACC Tournament championship since 1972 knocking off defending NCAA champion, and twotime defending ACC champion, NC State 70-66 in the title game … Ford was voted MVP of a tightly-contested tournament that saw six games decided by a total of 20 points … with the NCAA expanding its tournament field from 32 to 48 teams, regular-season champion Maryland, earned the ACC’s first-ever second NCAA bid … the ACC Tournament marked the end of the stellar career of NC State three-time All-American and two-time National Player of the Year David Thompson, who finished as the ACC’s second-leading all-time scorer with 2,309 points … Thompson was the first three-time ACC Player of the Year … Lefty Driesell became Maryland’s first ACC Coach of the Year … the Terps regular season saw them sweep all four away games on “Tobacco Road” (at Duke, NC State, UNC and Wake Forest) for the first time and end NC State’s 27-game ACC winning streak (103-85 on J16) … Clemson rallied for wins over Wake Forest, Maryland and Virginia in three straight January games after trailing by nine, two and 12 points at halftime in each of those respective contests … Clemson’s Skip Wise became the first freshman to be voted first-team All-ACC … Bill Foster became Duke’s third head coach in as many years and Terry Holland succeeded Bill Gibson at Virginia … Maryland became the first ACC team to have six players average in double figures ... for a third straight year, the league’s All-ACC team was voted on by positions - two guards and three front court players

1973-74 Final Standings

1974-75 Final Standings

ACC Team AP UPI W L For NC State ............... 1 .......1 ....12 0 90.9 Maryland .............. 4 .......4 ......9 3 81.5 North Carolina.... 12 .......8 ......9 3 83.3 Virginia . .................................4 8 78.8 Clemson..................................3 9 66.6 Wake Forest ............................3 9 75.8 Duke ......................................2 10 75.9

Opp 78.0 72.4 77.0 86.7 74.5 79.8 84.3

W 30 23 22 11 14 13 10

Overall L For 1 91.4 5 85.7 6 87.0 16 77.3 12 68.3 13 76.2 16 75.3

Opp 74.7 69.0 75.3 80.0 69.3 74.1 77.6

ACC Team AP UPI W L For Maryland .............. 5 .......5 ....10 2 87.2 North Carolina...... 9 .....10 ......8 4 77.5 Clemson............... x .....19 ......8 4 80.3 NC State ............... 7 .......9 ......8 4 87.3 Virginia ...................................4 8 67.0 Duke .......................................2 10 76.0 Wake Forest ............................2 10 79.1

Opp 75.8 76.7 72.0 81.4 75.4 86.7 86.3

W 24 23 17 22 12 13 13

Overall L For 5 89.9 8 84.6 11 80.3 6 92.7 13 68.4 13 82.9 13 80.6

Opp 74.6 78.0 72.1 77.9 70.0 81.5 79.1

Vs, Non-Conference: 71-17 (.807) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 7-6 NCAA: (1 team: 4-0 - NC State Champion) NIT: (1 team: 0-1) Teams Ranked During Season: Maryland, North Carolina, NC State

Vs, Non-Conference: 72-17 (.809) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 7-9 NCAA: (2 teams: 4-2) NIT: (1 teams: 0-1) Teams Ranked During Season: Clemson, Maryland, N. Carolina, NC State, W. Forest

1974 ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. (March 7-8-9)

1975 ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. (March 6-7-8)

Quarterfinals - #1 NC State, bye; #2 Maryland d. #7 Duke 85-66; #3 North Carolina d. #6 Wake Forest 76-62; #4 Virginia d. #5 Clemson 68-63. Semifinals - NC State d. Virginia 87-66; Maryland d. North Carolina 105-85. Finals - NC State d. Maryland 103-100 (ot).

Quarterfinals - #1 Maryland, bye; #2 North Carolina d. #7 Wake Forest 101-100 (ot); #3 Clemson d. #6 Duke 78-76; #4 NC State d. #5 Virginia 91-85. Semifinals - NC State d. Maryland 87-85; North Carolina d. Clemson 76-71 (ot). Finals - North Carolina d. NC State 70-66.

All-Tournament - First Team -David Thompson, NCS; Tommy Burleson, NCS; Tom McMillen, Md.; John Lucas, Md.; Maurice Howard, Md. Second Team - Len Elmore, Md.; Owen Brown, Md.; Gus Gerard, UVa; Monte Towe, NCS; Billy Langloh, UVa. Everett Case Award - Tom Burleson, NC State (26.5 points, 12.0 rebounds)

All-Tournament - First Team - David Thompson, NCS; Mitch Kupchak, UNC; Kenny Carr, NCS; Phil Ford, UNC; Skip Wise, Clem. Second Team - John Lucas, Md.; Wally Walker, UVa; Walter Davis, UNC; Skip Brown, WF; Monte Towe, NCS. Everett Case Award - Phil Ford, North Carolina (26.0 points, 3.3 assists)

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

First Team • unanimous David Thompson, Jr., NCS ............. • 274 Monte Towe, Jr., NCS ...................... 251 John Lucas, So., Md. ....................... 242 Bobby Jones, Sr., UNC..................... 209 Len Elmore, Sr., Md. ........................ 195

Second Team Tommy Burleson, Sr., NCS ............ 163 Tom McMillen, Sr., Md. ................. 160 Darrell Elston, Sr., UNC.................. 151 Gus Gerard, Jr., UVa ...................... 128 Tony Byers, Sr., WF ......................... 71

Player of the Year: David Thompson, Jr., NCS (139); Bobby Jones, Sr., UNC (2); Monte Towe, Jr., NCS (1). Coach of the Year: Norm Sloan, NCS (121); Carl Tacy, WF (7), Lefty Driesell, Md., Dean Smith, UNC and Tates Locke, Clem also received votes.

Statistical Leaders Scoring (NCAA rank) David Thompson, Jr., NCS ..... (5) 26.0 Gus Gerard, Jr., UVa. ........... (44) 20.8 John Lucas, So., Md. .................... 20.1 Tom McMillen, Sr., Md. ................ 19.4 Tom Burleson, Sr., NCS ................ 18.1

Rebounding Len Elmore, Jr., Md. .............. (9) 14.7 Bob Fleischer, Jr., Duke ................ 12.4 Tom Burleson, Sr., NCS ................ 12.2 Wayne Rollins, Fr., Clem. .............. 12.2 Gus Gerard, Jr., UVa. .................... 10.2

First Team • unanimous David Thompson, Sr., NCS ............ • 296 Skip Brown, So., WF ........................ 259 Mitch Kupchak, Jr., UNC .................. 252 John Lucas, Jr., Md. ........................ 215 Skip Wise, Fr., Clm........................... 191

Second Team Wayne Rollins, So., Clm..................189 Bob Fleisher, Sr., Duke....................150 Brad Davis, Fr., Md. ........................159 Maurice Howard, Jr., Md. .................95 Owen Brown, Sr., Md. .......................61

Player of the Year: *David Thompson, Sr., NCS (voting totals not available). Coach of the Year: Lefty Driesell, Md. (66); Tates Locke, Clem (59). *Unanimous Selection

Statistical Leaders

Scoring (NCAA rank) David Thompson, Sr., NCS ...... (3) 29.9 Skip Brown, So., WF ............ (22) 22.7 John Lucas, Jr., Md. ..................... 19.5 Mitch Kupchak, Jr., UNC ............... 18.5 Skip Wise, Fr., Clem. ..................... 18.5

Rebounding Wayne Rollins, So., Clem. ............. 11.7 Tom Roy, Sr., Md.......................... 11.1 Mitch Kupchak, Jr., UNC ............... 10.8 Bob Fleischer, Sr., Duke ................ 10.5 Phil Spence, Jr., NCS .................... 10.0

NCAA STATS: Sophomore Skip Brown averages 22.7 points per game in 25 games for Wake Forest but is omitted from the final NCAA statistical release; Brown’s 22.7 NCAA STATS: NC State is fourth in scoring offense (91.4) ... North Carolina ranks third scoring average ranks 22nd nationally ... Duke’s Bob Fleischer (.620) ranks second in field goal percentage (.520); Maryland is seventh (.510) ... UNC’s Bobby Jones is and UNC’s Mitch Kupchak (.588) 12th in field goal percentage ... NC State is third in 17th in field goal percentage (.580) ... Duke’s Kevin Billerman is 15th in free throw scolring offense (92.7), Maryland (.907) seventh ... Maryland leads the nation in field goal percentage (.548), North Carolina (.529) is fourth and Duke (.517) fifth. percentage (.832) ... Terps were fifth in scoring margin (16.7).


ACC Yearly Summaries

94

Virginia - ACC Champion Mitch Kupchak, UNC - ACC Player of the Year Jim Spanarkel, Duke - ACC Rookie of the Year Dean Smith, UNC - ACC Coach of the Year

North Carolina - ACC Champion Rod Griffin, WF - ACC Player of the Year Mike Gminski, Duke/Hawkeye Whitney, NCS - ACC Rookie Dean Smith, UNC - ACC Coach of the Year

In the first ACC Tournament held outside of the state of North Carolina, sixth-seeded Virginia won its first-ever ACC title, defeating top-seeded and fourth-ranked North Carolina 67-62 at the Capital Centre in Landover, Md. … MVP Wally Walker scored 21 points in the win and the Cavaliers earned their first NCAA Tournament berth … Virginia head coach Terry Holland’s wife gave birth to a baby girl (Ann-Michael) on the day of the ACC championship game … the Cavaliers suffered a 69-60 loss to DePaul in its first NCAA Tournament game, while UNC fell to Alabama 79-64 … the Tar Heels finished the season 25-3, including a 113-106 four-overtime win over Tulane (F14) at the Louisiana Superdome that lasted more than three hours … NC State’s Kenny Carr scored 40 or more points three times and led the ACC in scoring (26.6) … Maryland’s John Lucas graduated as the school’s all-time leading scorer (2,015 points) and became the 12th player to be named first-team All-ACC three times … Wake Forest opened the season 10-0, its best start since 1926-27 … Duke’s Jim Spanarkel was named as the league’s first ACC Rookie of the Year … Bill Foster succeeded Tates Locke at Clemson … for the second-straight year Maryland led the NCAA in field goal percentage (.537) … Virginia shot over 50 percent (.501) from the floor for the first time in school history … nine of Wake Forest’s 12 ACC games were decided by five points or less ... North Carolina’s Dean Smith was named ACC Coach of the Year for the fourth time.

North Carolina captured its second ACC title in three years, and seventh overall, with a 75-69 win over defending champion Virginia … the Tar Heels reached the national title game in Atlanta before dropping a 67-59 decision to Marquette, which was playing its final game under head coach Al McGuire … Wake Forest snapped a five-year streak of losing ACC records, finishing 8-4 in conference play and earning its first NCAA berth since 1962 … six of Duke’s first seven games were decided by three points or less or in overtime … on Dec. 28, Clemson was ranked 10th in the AP Poll, marking its highest ranking ever … junior Kenny Carr (21.0) led the ACC in scoring for the second-straight year and became the first NC State player to leave school early to enter the NBA Draft … basketball fans witnessed the return of the dunk shot to the college game, which was reinstated by the NCAA rules committee after a nine-year hiatus … Duke ended a 27game ACC road losing streak with an 82-74 overtime win at Virginia (J17) … Clemson set an ACC standard by opening the season with five 100-point games and won 20 games for the first time ever … Virginia junior guard William Napper (6.1 ppg) ran the 100-yard dash in 9.6 seconds in a state high school meet in 1974 … Wake Forest twice rallied from 11-point deficits to win ACC games … Duke’s Mike Gminski was a perfect 10-for-10 from the floor in a 85-66 win over Johns Hopkins (N30) … Clemson’s Wayne “Tree” Rollins finished as the ACC’s all-time leader with 450 career blocks … Wake Forest Rod Griffin averaged 20.5 points and 8.6 rebounds and was named ACC Player of the Year.

1975-76 Final Standings

1976-77 Final Standings

Team AP UPI W North Carolina...... 8 .......6 ....11 Maryland ............ 11 .....13 ......7 NC State ..................................7 Clemson..................................5 Wake Forest ............................5 Virginia .............. 18 .....15 ......4 Duke .......................................3

ACC L For 1 85.1 5 86.9 5 85.4 7 82.1 7 84.7 8 75.8 9 87.8

Opp 75.6 82.2 88.5 86.1 88.0 75.9 91.5

W 25 22 21 18 17 18 13

Overall L For 4 85.1 6 88.2 9 87.4 10 83.4 10 87.8 12 76.5 14 88.3

Opp 74.3 74.3 81.4 75.1 82.6 70.4 85.0

ACC Team AP UPI W L For North Carolina...... 5 .......3 ......9 3 79.7 Clemson..................................8 4 73.5 Wake Forest ......... 9 ....... x ......8 4 79.0 Maryland .................................7 5 76.8 NC State ..................................6 6 76.5 Duke .......................................2 10 71.9 Virginia ...................................2 10 65.1

Opp 71.2 71.3 76.4 78.2 74.8 77.2 73.5

W 28 22 22 19 17 14 12

Overall L For 5 83.6 6 86.6 8 81.9 8 78.3 11 78.9 13 76.4 17 65.6

Opp 72.6 68.9 76.2 74.1 70.8 72.9 67.3

Vs, Non-Conference: 82-13 (.863) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 1-4 NCAA: (2 teams: 0-2) NIT: (1 team: 2-1) Teams Ranked During Season: Maryland, N. Carolina, NC State, Virginia, W. Forest

Vs, Non-Conference: 82-16 (.837) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 8-4 NCAA: (2 teams: 6-2) NIT: (1 team: 3-1) Teams Ranked During Season: Clemson, Maryland, N. Carolina, NC State, W. Forest

1976 ACC Tournament, Landover, Md. (March 4-5-6)

1977 ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. (March 3-4-5)

Quarterfinals -#1 North Carolina, bye; #2 Maryland d. #7 Duke 80-78 (ot); #6 Virginia d. #3 NC State 75-63; #4 Clemson d. #5 Wake Forest 76-63. Semifinals - North Carolina d. Clemson 82-74; Virginia d. Maryland 73-65. Finals - Virginia d. North Carolina 67-62.

Quarterfinals - #1 North Carolina, bye; #7 Virginia d. #2 Wake Forest 59-57; #3 Clemson d. #6 Duke 82-74; #5 NC State d. #4 Maryland 82-72. Semifinals - North Carolina d. NC State 70-56; Virginia d. Clemson 72-60. Finals - North Carolina d. Virginia 75-69.

All-Tournament - First Team - Wally Walker, UVa; Billy Langloh, UVa; Marc Iavaroni, UVa; Mitch Kupchak, UNC; Tate Armstrong, Duke; Phil Ford, UNC. Second Team - Maurice Howard, Md.; Steve Sheppard, Md.; Bobby Stokes, UVa; Stan Rome, Clem.; Walter Davis, UNC. Everett Case Award - Wally Walker, Virginia (24.3 points, 7.0 rebounds)

All-Tournament - First Team - Phil Ford, UNC; Mike O’Koren, UNC; Bobby Stokes, UVa; Marc Iavaroni, UVa; John Kuester, UNC; Kenny Carr, NCS. Second Team - Steve Castellan, UVa; Billy Langloh, UVa; Walter Davis, UNC; Jim Spanarkel, Duke; Mike Gminski, Duke. Everett Case Award - John Kuester, North Carolina (13.5 points, 4.0 assists)

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

First Team • unanimous Mitch Kupchak, Sr., UNC ................. 310 Kenny Carr, So., NCS ....................... 310 Phil Ford, So., UNC .......................... 306 John Lucas, Sr., Md. ........................ 282 Tate Armstrong, Jr., Duke ................ 237

Second Team Wally Walker, Sr., UVa ................... 208 Skip Brown, Jr., WF ....................... 176 Walter Davis, Jr., UNC ................... 125 Wayne Rollins, Jr., Clm. ................... 79 Rod Griffin, So., WF ......................... 79

Player of the Year: Mitch Kupchak, Sr., UNC (74); Kenny Carr, So., NCS (50); Phil Ford, So., UNC (21); Wally Walker, Sr., UVa, John Lucas, Sr., Md., and Tate Armstrong, Jr., Duke also received votes. Coach of the Year: Dean Smith, UNC (102); Norm Sloan, NCS (19); Bill Foster, Clem (17). Rookie of the Year (5+): Jim Spanarkel, Duke (135); Larry Gibson, Md., (12).

Statistical Leaders Scoring (NCAA rank) Kenny Carr, So., NCS ............. (5) 26.6 Tate Armstrong, Jr., Duke .... (16) 24.2 Wally Walker, Sr., UVa. ........ (32) 22.1 Skip Brown, Jr., WF ...................... 20.9 John Lucas, Sr., Md ...................... 19.9

Rebounding Mitch Kupchak, Sr., UNC .............. 11.3 Wayne Rollins, Jr., Clem. .............. 11.0 Kenny Carr, Sr., NCS..................... 10.3 Larry Gibson, Fr., Md. ..................... 9.8 George Moses, Sr., Duke ................ 9.7

First Team • unanimous Rod Griffin, Jr., WF .......................... 265 Phil Ford, Jr., UNC ........................... 264 Skip Brown, Sr., WF ......................... 218 Kenny Carr, Sr., NCS........................ 217 Walter Davis, Sr., UNC ..................... 203

Second Team Wayne Rollins, Sr., Clem. ...............200 Jim Spanarkel, So., Duke ................186 Brad Davis, Jr., Md. ..........................94 Tommy LeGarde, Sr., UNC ................60 Stan Rome, Jr., Clem. .......................55

Player of the Year: Rod Griffin, Jr., WF (89); Phil Ford, Jr., UNC (31); Skip Brown, Sr., WF, Wayne Rollins, Sr., Clem, Kenny Carr, Jr., NCS, and Walter Davis, Sr., UNC also received votes. Coach of the Year: Dean Smith, UNC (47); Carl Tacy, WF (33); Bill Foster, Clem (16); Terry Holland, UVa, Bill Foster, Duke, and Norm Sloan, NCS also received votes. Rookie of the Year (5+): Mike Gminski, Duke (58); Hawkeye Whitney, NCS (58); Mike O’Koren, UNC (8).

Statistical Leaders

Scoring (NCAA rank) Kenny Carr, Jr., NCS.............. (42) 21.0 Rod Griffin, Jr., WF ....................... 20.5 Jim Spanakel, So., Duke ............... 19.2 Phil Ford, Jr., UNC ........................ 18.7 Skip Brown, Sr., WF ...................... 18.6

Rebounding Wayne Rollins, Sr., Clem. .... (12) 12.8 Mike Gminski, Fr., Duke ................ 10.7 Kenny Carr, Jr., NCS ....................... 9.9 Rod Griffin, Jr., WF ......................... 8.6 Larry Gibson, So., Md. .................... 8.4

NCAA STATS: Wake Forest’s Skip Brown is sixth in free throw percentage (.874) ... NCAA STATS: Clemson is second in scoring margin (17.7)and seventh in field goal Maryland is the fourth ACC team in five years to lead the nation in field goal percentage percentage defense (.423) ... Wake’s Rod Griffin is eighth in field goal percentage (.537); UNC (.526) is fourth, Duke (.522) fifth and Clemson (.511) 10th. (.621) ... North Carolina finishes fifth in field goal percentage (.537)


ACC Yearly Summaries Duke - ACC Champion Phil Ford, UNC - ACC Player of the Year Gene Banks, Duke - ACC Rookie of the Year Bill Foster, Duke - ACC Coach of the Year

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North Carolina - ACC Champion Mike Gminski, Duke - ACC Player of the Year Buck Williams, Md. - ACC Rookie of the Year Dean Smith, UNC - ACC Coach of the Year

A young Duke team that started two freshmen, two sophomores and a junior, captured its first ACC title since 1966, downing Wake Forest 85-77 in the championship game … Duke’s lineup sported the 1976 ACC Rookie of the Year in Jim Spanarkel, the 1977 Rookie of the Year in 6-11 center Mike Gminski and a freshman class that included Gene Banks of Philadelphia and North Carolina product Kenny Dennard … Duke advanced to its first Final Four since making three appearances in the 1960s and defeated Notre Dame 90-86 in the semifinals … Kentucky outlasted the Blue Devils 94-88 in the title game behind Jack “Goose” Givens’ 41 points … all seven ACC teams finished with winning records ... the season was the last for Tar Heel senior point guard Phil Ford, who capped his career as the school’s all-time leader in points (2,290) and assists (559) … Duke was joined in the NCAA Tournament field by UNC, which suffered a 68-64 loss to San Francisco in the second round of the West Regional … NC State reached the finals of the NIT at Madison Square Garden before losing to Texas … Wake Forest’s Rod Griffin became the first player in 13 years to lead the ACC in both scoring (21.5) and rebounding (10.0) … a national TV audience watched the ACC Tournament championship for the first time ... ABC aired the game nationally on Saturday afternoon and as a result for the first and only time, the Tournament was played under a Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday format, with teams taking Friday off prior to Saturday afternoon’s championship game ... the ACC experimented with a three-man officiating crew for all league games.

Dudley Bradley led top-seeded North Carolina to its record-tying eighth ACC title, scoring 16 points and coming up with seven steals in a 71-63 win over second-seeded Duke … the win over Duke avenged a 47-40 loss to the Blue Devils one week earlier, a game which saw the Tar Heels hold the ball throughout the first half and trail 7-0 at the break … UNC and Duke both received NCAA Tournament bids and received byes in the opening round of the East Regional, but the Tar Heels fell to Penn 72-71 and Duke lost to St. John’s 80-78 on the same afternoon at Reynolds Coliseum … ACC fans dubbed the day “Black Sunday” … Duke and UNC finished tied atop the ACC regular-season standings with 9-3 ACC marks, and Duke junior center Mike Gminski was voted ACC Player of the Year … Gminski and teammate Jim Spanarkel were Academic All-Americans ... UNC’s Mike O’Koren became the first ACC player to lead his team in rebounds (7.2) and assists (3.5) ... the highest scoring league game in ACC history took place in mid-December, when Ernest Graham’s school-record 44 points led Maryland to a 124-110 win over NC State ... Maryland’s Buck Williams was ACC Rookie of the Year and the first freshman to lead the ACC in rebounding (10.8) ... the jump ball was eliminated in conference games; the visiting team got the ball to start the game and such calls were alternated for the remainder of the game ... Virginia out-scored William & Mary 28-to-1 over a two-and-ahalf minute stretch in the second half en route to a 95-56 win ... Duke’s Kenny Dennard had an ACC-record 11 steals in a 87-78 win over Maryland (F3).

1977-78 Final Standings

1978-79 Final Standings

Team AP UPI W North Carolina.... 16 .....10 ......9 Duke .................... 7 .......9 ......8 NC State ..................................7 Virginia ...................................6 Wake Forest ............................6 Maryland .................................3 Clemson..................................3

ACC L For 3 76.3 4 80.8 5 74.8 6 68.2 6 77.8 9 75.7 9 74.6

Opp 70.2 75.3 72.5 72.6 76.6 79.7 81.2

W 23 27 21 20 19 15 15

Overall L For 8 81.1 7 85.6 10 82.4 8 71.9 10 83.2 13 82.1 12 82.6

Opp 70.7 74.4 75.2 66.9 76.4 79.5 73.7

Team AP UPI W Duke .................. 10 .......7 ......9 North Carolina...... 9 .......3 ......9 Virginia ...................................7 Maryland .................................6 Clemson..................................5 NC State ..................................3 Wake Forest ............................3

ACC L For 3 69.8 3 68.3 5 70.2 6 73.1 7 67.6 9 73.6 9 66.1

Opp 63.4 62.8 71.4 72.6 71.3 74.3 72.9

W 22 23 19 19 19 18 12

Overall L For 8 71.9 6 76.5 10 76.3 11 77.9 10 72.0 12 78.5 15 72.4

Opp 65.5 65.4 69.7 74.7 65.6 70.0 73.4

Vs, Non-Conference: 88-16 (.846) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 4-5 NCAA: (2 teams: 4-2) NIT: (2 teams: 3-2) Teams Ranked During Season: Duke, N. Carolina, NC State, Virginia, W. Forest

Vs, Non-Conference: 80-20 (.800) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 6-5 NCAA: (2 teams: 0-2) NIT: (3 teams: 3-3) Teams Ranked During Season: Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, NC State

1978 ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. (March 1-2, 4)

1979 ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. (March 1-2-3)

Quarterfinals - #1 North Carolina, bye; #2 Duke d. #7 Clemson 83-72; #6 Maryland d. #3 NC State 109-108 (3ot); #5 Wake Forest d. #4 72-61. Semifinals - Duke d. Maryland 81-69; Wake Forest d. North Carolina 82-77. Finals - Duke d. Wake Forest 85-77.

Quarterfinals - #1 North Carolina, bye; #2 Duke d. #7 Wake Forest 58-56; #6 NC State d. #3 Virginia 82-78; #4 Maryland d. #5 Clemson 75-67. Semifinals - North Carolina d. Maryland 102-79; Duke d. NC State 62-59. Finals - North Carolina d. Duke 71-63.

All-Tournament - First Team - Mike Gminski, Duke; Leroy McDonald, WF; Rod Griffin, WF; Jim Spanarkel, Duke; Gene Banks, Duke. Second Team - Phil Ford, UNC; Frank Johnson, WF; Kenny Dennard, Duke; Lawrence Boston, Md.; Larry Gibson, Md. Everett Case Award - Jim Spanarkel, Duke (17.7 points, 4.3 rebounds)

All-Tournament - First Team - Jim Spanarkel, Duke; Mike O’Koren, UNC; Dudley Bradley, UNC; Mike Gminski, Duke; Dave Colescott, UNC. Second Team - Charles Whitney, NCS; Al Wood, UNC; Larry Gibson, Md.; Jeff Lamp, UVa; Clyde Austin, NCS. Everett Case Award - Dudley Bradley, North Carolina (12.5 points, 4.0 rebounds)

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

First Team • unanimous Phil Ford, Sr., UNC ......................... • 258 Rod Griffin, Sr., WF........................ • 258 Mike Gminski, So., Duke .................. 256 Jim Spanarkel, Jr., Duke .................. 253 Mike O’Koren, So., UNC ................... 246

Second Team Gene Banks, Fr., Duke .................... 120 Jeff Lamp, Fr., UVa .......................... 99 Frank Johnson, So., WF ................... 97 Charles Whitney, So., NCS ............... 71 Clyde Austin, So., NCS ..................... 60

Player of the Year: Phil Ford, Sr., UNC (86); Rod Griffin, Sr., WF (33). Coach of the Year: Bill Foster, Duke (82); Dean Smith, UNC (20); Norm Sloan, NC State (18). Rookie of the Year: Gene Banks, Duke (115); Jeff Lamp, UVa (10).

Statistical Leaders Scoring (NCAA rank) Rod Griffin, Sr., WF.............. (42) 21.5 Phil Ford, Sr., UNC ........................ 20.8 Jim Spanarkel, Jr., Duke ............... 20.8 Mike Gminski, So., Duke ............... 20.0 Mike O’Koren, So., UNC ................ 17.3

Rebounding Rod Griffin, Sr., WF....................... 10.0 Mike Gminski, So., Duke ............... 10.0 Larry Gibson, Jr., Md. ..................... 9.0 Gene Banks, Fr., Duke ..................... 8.6 Steve Castellan, Jr., UVa. ................ 7.9

First Team • unanimous Mike Gminski, Jr., Duke ................. • 222 Jeff Lamp, So., UVa ......................... 214 Jim Spanarkel, Sr., Duke .................. 194 Charles Whitney, Jr., NCS ................ 177 Al Wood, So., UNC ........................... 170

Second Team Wayne Rollins, So., Clm..................189 Bob Fleisher, Sr., Duke....................150 Brad Davis, Fr., Md. ........................159 Maurice Howard, Jr., Md. .................95 Owen Brown, Sr., Md. .......................61

Player of the Year: Mike Gminski, Jr., Duke (70); Jeff Lamp, So., UVa (16); Jim Spanarkel, Sr., Duke, Dudley Bradley, Sr., UNC, Mike O’Koren, Jr., UNC, Al Wood, So, UNC, Hawkeye Whitney, Jr., NCS and Bobby Conrad, Jr. Clem also received votes. Coach of the Year: *Dean Smith, UNC (85) - unanimous Rookie of the Year: Buck Williams, Md. (81); Alvis Rogers, WF (12); Jeff Jones, UVa (6); Guy Morgan, WF (6).

Statistical Leaders

Rebounding Scoring (NCAA rank) Buck Williams, Fr., Md. ........ (29) 10.8 Jeff Lamp, So., UVa. .............. (30) 22.9 Mike Gminski, Jr., Duke .................. 9.2 Mike Gminski, Jr., Duke ................ 18.8 Larry Gibson, Sr., Md...................... 8.6 Hawkeye Whitney, Jr., NCS ........... 18.7 Gene Banks, So., Duke .................... 8.5 NCAA STATS: In 1977-78, 53 of 106 teams (50%) in Division I shot 50 percent or Al Wood, So., UNC ........................ 17.8 Larry Nance, So., Clem. .................. 7.2 better from the field ... from the first season of major college statistics (1948) to Ernest Graham, So., Md. ............... 16.6 1960, only one team - George Washington in 1956 - was able to shoot 50 percent from the floor for an entire season ... in 1948 the overall field goal percentage of NCAA STATS: Virginia finishes seventh in free throw percentage (.762) ... North major college basketball teams was only .293. Carolina is sixth in field goal percentage (.533)


ACC Yearly Summaries

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Duke - ACC Champion Albert King, Maryland - ACC Player of the Year Ralph Sampson, UVa - ACC Rookie of the Year Lefty Driesell, Maryland - ACC Coach of the Year

North Carolina - ACC Champion Ralph Sampson, UVa - ACC Player of the Year Sam Perkins, UNC - ACC Rookie of the Year Terry Holland, UVa - ACC Coach of the Year

Duke captured its second ACC title in three years, and sixth overall, defeating topseeded Maryland 73-72 in the championship game on a snowy Saturday night in Greensboro … Duke missed just four shots in the second half, and three of those were tipped back in - including a tip-in by Mike Gminski that provided the winning points with eight seconds to go … Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, Clemson and NC State represented the ACC in the NCAA Tournament … Virginia, led by highlytouted freshman center Ralph Sampson, won the NIT … Sampson became the first player in ACC history to have two “triple-doubles” in the same season and set an ACC single-season record with 157 blocked shots ... Sampson led the ACC with 21 “double-doubles” and Duke’s Mike Gminski was second with 20 ... UNC played from late January on without freshman star James Worthy, who was lost for the season with a broken leg … 1980 marked the final ACC seasons for NC State coach Norm Sloan, who accepted the head coaching job at Florida, and Duke coach Bill Foster, who left for South Carolina … North Carolina’s Mike O’Koren, Duke’s Gminski and NC State’s Hawkeye Whitney were selected in the first round of the NBA Draft … Georgia Tech, in its first year as an ACC member, finished 8-18 overall and 1-13 in conference play; Tech’s first conference win was a 62-61 win over Virginia (F9) ... the NCAA Tournament field was expanded to 48 teams ... Maryland’s Albert King became the first Terrapin to lead the ACC in scoring (21.7).

North Carolina claimed its ninth ACC Tournament championship and rode the momentum all the way to the national title game … the Tar Heels edged Maryland 61-60 in the ACC tourney final at Landover, Md., as freshman Sam Perkins earned MVP honors … the win came one night after UNC edged Wake Forest 58-57 in the semifinals … the NCAA Tournament saw the Tar Heels advance to the national semifinals, where they faced fellow ACC team Virginia, marking the first time the Final Four had included two ACC teams … Virginia had swept UNC in both regular-season meetings for the first time ever, but the third meeting saw Al Wood pour in a career-high 39 points to lead the Tar Heels to a 78-65 win … UNC fell to Indiana in the national title game two nights later … that contest was played a few hours after President Reagan had been wounded in an assassination attempt and there had been talk of postponement … Wake Forest and Maryland also made the NCAA field … the season marked the arrival of two first-year coaches - 33-year-old Mike Krzyzewski at Duke and 34-year-old Jim Valvano at NC State … three officials were used in all league games for the first time ... Wake Forest started the season 14-0, its best start since a 15-0 mark to start 1926-27 ... Clemson defeated West Virginia Tech 124-70 (D16); the Tigers opened the game with a 35-4 run ... Brook Steppe, Georgia Tech’s leading scorer (18.9) the year before, missed the entire season ... Max Perry handed out 15 of his 77 career assists in NC State’s 77-52 win over East Carolina (J24).

1979-80 Final Standings

1980-81 Final Standings

ACC Team AP UPI W L For Maryland .............. 8 .......8 ....11 3 77.3 North Carolina.... 15 .....15 ......9 5 72.0 NC State ..................................9 5 62.7 Clemson..................................8 6 80.4 Duke .................. 14 .....16 ......7 7 71.0 Virginia ...................................7 7 68.1 Wake Forest ............................4 10 64.1 Georgia Tech...........................1 13 53.2

Opp 73.1 68.6 58.1 74.6 73.0 69.4 69.6 62.5

W 24 21 20 23 24 24 13 8

Overall L For 7 80.0 8 73.2 8 69.5 9 80.0 9 73.3 10 71.1 14 70.4 18 57.0

Opp 71.8 68.0 61.4 70.2 68.3 63.7 67.6 59.9

ACC Team AP UPI W L For Virginia ................ 5 .......3 ....13 1 72.9 North Carolina...... 6 .......6 ....10 4 72.6 Wake Forest ....... 11 .....14 ......9 5 72.4 Maryland ............ 18 .....20 ......8 6 71.0 Clemson..................................6 8 65.4 Duke .......................................6 8 65.4 NC State ..................................4 10 64.0 Georgia Tech...........................0 14 56.1

Opp 60.2 63.6 68.4 69.3 67.1 65.7 65.4 80.0

W 29 29 22 21 20 17 14 4

Overall L For 4 73.3 8 71.9 7 77.3 10 75.9 11 75.5 13 69.9 13 66.2 23 55.7

Opp 60.6 63.4 65.1 69.8 66.8 66.9 63.1 71.5

Vs, Non-Conference: 90-17 (.841) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 4-5 NCAA: (5 teams: 6-5) NIT: (1 team: 5-0 - Virginia Champion) Teams Ranked During Season: Clemson, Duke, Maryland, N. Carolina, NC State, Virginia

Vs, Non-Conference: 90-21 (.811) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 8-7 NCAA: (4 teams: 9-4) NIT: (2 teams: 3-2) Teams Ranked During Season: Clemson, Maryland, N. Carolina, Virginia, W. Forest

1980 ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. (Feb 28-29, March 1)

1981 ACC Tournament, Landover, Md.. (March 5-6-7)

Quarterfinals -#2 North Carolina d. #7 Wake Forest 75-62; #1 Maryland d. #8 Georgia Tech 51-49 (ot); #6 Duke d. #3 NC State 68-62; #4 Clemson d. #5 Virginia 57-49. Semifinals - Maryland d. Clemson 91-85; Duke d. North Carolina 75-61. Finals - Duke d. Maryland 73-72.

Quarterfinals - #3 Wake Forest d. #6 Clemson 80-71; #1 Virginia d. #8 Georgia Tech 76-47; #2 North Carolina d. #7 NC State 69-54; #4 Maryland d. #5 Duke 56-53. Semifinals - Maryland d. Virginia 85-62; North Carolina d. Wake Forest 58-57. Finals - North Carolina d. Maryland 61-60.

All-Tournament - First Team - Albert King, Md.; Gene Banks, Duke; Mike Gminski, Duke; Al Wood, UNC; Greg Manning, Md. Second Team - Vince Taylor, Duke; Billy Williams, Clem.; Brook Steppe, GT; Buck Williams, Md.; Ernest Graham, Md. Everett Case Award - Albert King, Maryland (27.0 points; 6.3 rebounds)

All-Tournament - First Team -Sam Perkins, UNC; Frank Johnson, WF; Albert King, Md.; James Worthy, UNC; Buck Williams, Md. Second Team - Ernest Graham, Md.; Jeff Lamp, UVa; Al Wood, UNC; Larry Nance, Clem.; Jimmy Black, UNC. Everett Case Award - Sam Perkins, North Carolina (17.7 points; 8.3 rebounds)

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

First Team • unanimous Charles Whitney, Sr., NCS ............... 270 Albert King, Jr., Md. ......................... 265 Mike Gminski, Sr., Duke................... 253 Mike O’Koren, Sr., UNC.................... 186 Billy Williams, Sr., Clm..................... 186

Second Team Jeff Lamp, Jr., UVa ........................ 167 Gene Banks, Jr., Duke .................... 142 Buck Williams, So., Md. ................. 130 Greg Manning, Jr., Md. .................. 127 Al Wood, Jr., UNC .......................... 121

Player of the Year: Albert King, Jr., Md. (71); Hawkeye Whitney, Sr., NCS (26); Mike Gminski, Sr, Duke, Greg Manning, Jr., Md., Mike O’Koren, Sr., UNC, Jeff Lamp, Jr., UVa, and Buck Williams, So, Md. also received votes. Coach of the Year: Lefty Driesell, Md. (89); Norm Sloan, NCS (9). Rookie of the Year: Ralph Sampson, UVa (88); Sydney Lowe, NCS (16).

Statistical Leaders Scoring (NCAA rank) Albert King, Jr., Md. ............. (29) 21.7 Mike Gminski, Sr., Duke....... (33) 21.3 Al Wood, Jr., UNC ......................... 19.0 Brook Steppe, Jr., GT .................... 18.9 Hawkeye Whitney, Sr., NCS .......... 18.6

Rebounding Ralph Sampson, Fr., Va. ...... (15) 11.2 Mike Gminski, Sr., Duke....... (20) 10.9 Buck Williams, So., Md. ................ 10.1 Larry Nance, Jr., Clem. ................... 8.1 Gene Banks, Jr., Duke ..................... 8.5

First Team • unanimous Ralph Sampson, So., UVa ................ 239 Al Wood, Sr., UNC ........................... 236 Jeff Lamp, Sr., UVa .......................... 223 Frank Johnson, Sr., WF .................... 218 Gene Banks, Sr., Duke ..................... 184

Second Team Buck Williams, Jr., Md. ...................161 Albert King, Sr., Md. .......................147 James Worthy, So., UNC ................105 Larry Nance, Sr., Clm. .......................56 Sidney Lowe, So., NCS .....................53

Player of the Year: Ralph Sampson, So., UVa (79); Jeff Lamp, Sr., UVa, Gene Banks, Sr., Duke, Al Wood, Sr., UNC, Frank Johnson, Sr. WF and Buck Williams, Jr., Md. also received votes. Coach of the Year: Terry Holland, UVa (32); Carl Tacy, WF (28); Dean Smith, UNC (26). Rookie of the Year: Sam Perkins, UNC (85); Othell Wilson, UVa, Vincent Hamilton, Clem and Clark Bynum, Clem also received votes.

Statistical Leaders Scoring (NCAA rank) Gene Banks, Sr., Duke .................. 18.5 Jeff Lamp, Sr., Va. ........................ 18.2 Al Wood, Sr., UNC ........................ 18.1 Albert King, Sr., Md. ..................... 17.7 Ralph Sampson, So., Va. .............. 17.7

Rebounding Buck Williams, Jr., Md. .......... (8) 11.7 Ralph Sampson So. Va. ....... (10) 11.5 James Worthy, So., UNC ................ 8.4 Sam Perkins, Fr., UNC .................... 7.8 Larry Nance, Sr., Clem. ................... 7.6

NCAA STATS: Maryland’s Greg Manning (.643) was sixth in field goal percentage and fourth in free throw accuracy (.908) ... teammate Buck Williams (.606) was 22nd in field goal percentage NCAA STATS: Maryland’s Buck Williams finishes fourth in field goal percentage (.647) ... Virginia’s Jeff Lamp (.865) is 16th in free throw percentage. ... former Terp Brian Magid (GW) led the nation in free throw percentage (.929).


ACC Yearly Summaries North Carolina - ACC Champion & National Champion Ralph Sampson, UVa - ACC Player of the Year Michael Jordan, UNC - ACC Rookie of the Year Terry Holland, UVa - ACC Coach of the Year

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NC State - ACC Champion & National Champion Ralph Sampson, UVa - ACC Player of the Year Mark Price, GT - ACC Rookie of the Year Bobby Cremins, GT - ACC Coach of the Year

On the 25th anniversary of its first NCAA title, North Carolina came away with the big prize again … freshman Michael Jordan’s 16-foot jump shot with 17 seconds remaining and junior James Worthy’s steal with six seconds to play proved the difference as the Tar Heels edged Georgetown 63-62 in the NCAA title game at the Superdome in New Orleans … the heroics delivered the first NCAA championship to head coach Dean Smith … with 28 points in the title game, Worthy was named the MVP … Worthy later decided to enter the 1982 NBA Draft and was the No. 1 pick of the Los Angeles Lakers … UNC also captured the ACC Tournament championship with a 47-45 win over Virginia in the title game … the season marked the coaching debut of Bobby Cremins at Georgia Tech ... in Cremins’ first game, the Jackets shot a school-record .729 from the floor en route to beating Presbyterian 82-66 ... Tech later snapped a 16-game ACC losing streak by beating Maryland 45-43 at Cole Field House (D23) … Virginia junior Ralph Sampson led the ACC with 18 “double-doubles” and was the consensus National Player of the Year for the second year in a row … the NCAA Tournament field included UNC, Virginia, Wake Forest and NC State ... Virginia’s Terry Holland was named ACC Coach of the Year for the second year in a row ... the Cavaliers led the ACC in scoring (70.7) for the first time in 27 years ... North Carolina’s Michael Jordan averaged 13.5 points per game and was named ACC Rookie of the Year ... Maryland’s Adrian Branch became the first freshman to lead the team in scoring (15.2).

The “Cardiac Pack” of NC State earned its place among sports’ greatest stories with its near-miracle run to the NCAA championship … after winning an ACC Tournament that included upsets of top-five opponents North Carolina and Virginia, State embarked on a run through the West Regional that included comeback wins over Pepperdine, UNLV and Virginia again (in the regional final) … following a win over Georgia in the NCAA semifinals at Albuquerque, N.M., State upset a heavily favored Houston team that featured Akeem Olajuwon and Clyde Drexler … the winning points came in unlikely fashion, as forward Lorenzo Charles grabbed a desperation 30-foot air ball by Dereck Whittenburg and slammed it home to produce a 54-52 win … Virginia’s senior AllAmerica center Ralph Sampson was named consensus National Player of the Year for a third straight time … North Carolina finished atop the ACC regular-season standings and won 28 games after starting out 0-2 for the first time since 1928-29 ... the ACC adopted two experimental rules for the 1982-83 season: a 3-point basket from a 19-foot distance and a 30-second shot clock ... the average number of points scored in ACC games improved from 59.3 per team in 1982 to 78.2 per team in 1983 ... NC State’s Sidney Lowe became the ACC’s all-time leader in assists with 762 ... for the first time, Virginia led the ACC in field goal percentage (.523) ... eight of Clemson’s 12 ACC losses were by six points or less ... North Carolina snapped Virginia’s 34-game home winning streak with a 101-95 victory (J15).

1981-82 Final Standings

1982-83 Final Standings

ACC Team AP UPI W L For North Carolina...... 1 .......1 ....12 2 65.4 Virginia ................ 3 .......3 ....12 2 65.1 Wake Forest ....... 18 .....19 ......9 5 62.5 NC State ..................................7 7 52.7 Maryland .................................5 9 52.7 CIemson .................................4 10 61.6 Duke .......................................4 10 60.4 Georgia Tech...........................3 11 53.6

Opp 56.4 57.1 58.1 50.9 55.9 66.1 68.3 61.2

W 32 30 21 22 16 14 10 10

Overall L For 2 66.7 4 70.7 9 67.8 10 57.5 13 61.3 14 69.6 17 64.0 16 59.4

Opp 55.4 57.2 58.2 49.1 58.8 65.2 70.0 60.7

ACC Team AP UPI W L For North Carolina...... 8 .......8 ....12 2 86.8 Virginia ................ 4 .......4 ....12 2 89.4 Maryland .................................8 6 78.6 NC State ............. 16 .....14 ......8 6 82.8 Wake Forest ............................7 7 82.0 Georgia Tech...........................4 10 65.7 Duke .......................................3 11 86.9 Clemson..................................2 12 78.9

Opp 79.4 77.1 77.7 78.9 85.5 73.7 94.3 85.1

W 28 29 20 26 20 13 11 11

Overall L For 8 80.7 5 83.6 10 74.1 10 74.2 12 79.3 15 71.8 17 80.2 20 75.6

Opp 68.6 68.9 71.4 67.6 74.0 73.2 83.7 78.0

Vs, Non-Conference: 92-22 (.807) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 5-4 NCAA: (4 teams: 7-3 - North Carolina Champion) NIT: (2 teams: 1-2) Teams Ranked During Season: North Carolina, NC State, Virginia, Wake Forest

Vs, Non-Conference: 94-32 (.746) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 12-11 NCAA: (4 teams: 11-3 - NC State Champion) NIT: (3 teams: 3-3) Teams Ranked During Season: North Carolina, NC State, Virginia, Wake Forest

1982 ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. (March 5-6-7)

1983 ACC Tournament, Atlanta, Ga. (March 11-12-13)

Quarterfinals - #1 North Carolina d. #8 Georgia Tech 55-39; #4 N.C. State d. #5 Maryland 40-28; #2 Virginia d. #7 Clemson 56-54; #3 Wake Forest d. #6 Duke 88-53. Semifinals - North Carolina d. N.C. State 58-46; Virginia d. Wake Forest 51-49 (ot). Finals - North Carolina d. Virginia 47-45.

Quarterfinals - #1 North Carolina d. #8 Clemson 105-79; #4 N.C. State d. #5 Wake Forest 71-70; #2 Virginia d. #7 Duke 109-66; #6 Georgia Tech d. #3 Maryland 64-58 (ot). Semifinals - N.C. State d. North Carolina 91-84 (ot); Virginia d. Georgia Tech 96-67. Finals - N.C. State d. Virginia 81-78.

All-Tournament - First Team -James Worthy, UNC; Ralph Sampson, UVa; Michael Jordan, UNC; Sam Perkins, UNC; Mike Helms, WF. Second Team - Vince Hamilton, Clem.; Ricky Stokes, UVa; Jim Johnstone, WF; Dereck Whittenburg, NCS; Matt Doherty, UNC. Everett Case Award - James Worthy, North Carolina (13.3 points; 8.7 rebounds)

All-Tournament - First Team - Thurl Bailey, NCS; Ralph Sampson, UVa; Sidney Lowe, NCS; Othell Wilson, UVa; Dereck Whittenburg, NCS. Second Team - Mark Price, GT; Michael Jordan, UNC; Matt Doherty, UNC; Lorenzo Charles, NCS; Sam Perkins, UNC. Everett Case Award - Sidney Lowe, NC State (18.3 points; 4.3 assists)

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

First Team • unanimous Ralph Sampson, Jr., UVa ............... • 232 James Worthy, Jr., UNC................... 231 Sam Perkins, So., UNC .................... 216 Vince Taylor, Sr., Duke..................... 207 Othell Wilson, So., UVa .................... 169

Second Team Brook Steppe, Sr., GT .................... 142 Thurl Bailey, Jr., NCS ....................... 91 Vince Hamilton, So., Clm. ................ 80 Dereck Whittenburg, Jr., NCS .......... 78 Jim Johnstone, Sr., WF .................... 62

Player of the Year: Ralph Sampson, Jr., UVa (69); James Worthy, Jr. UNC (33). Coach of the Year: Terry Holland, UVa (49); Dean Smith, UNC (24); Jim Valvano, NCS (14); Lefty Driesell, Md. (11). Rookie of the Year: Michael Jordan, UNC (78); Adrian Branch, Md. (24)

Statistical Leaders Scoring (NCAA rank) Vince Taylor, Sr., Duke......... (33) 20.3 Brook Steppe, Sr., GT ................... 17.8 Ralph Sampson, Jr., Va. ............... 15.8 James Worthy, Jr., UNC................ 15.6 Adrian Branch, Fr, Md. .................. 15.2

Rebounding Ralph Sampson, Jr., Va. ...... (15) 11.4 Sam Perkins, So., UNC ................... 7.8 Herman Veal, So., Md. .................... 7.3 Charles Pittman, Sr., Md. ................ 7.3 Thurl Bailey, Jr., NCS ...................... 6.7

First Team • unanimous Ralph Sampson, Sr., UVa............... • 284 Michael Jordan, So., UNC .............. • 284 Sam Perkins, Jr., UNC ..................... 282 Thurl Bailey, Sr., NCS....................... 191 Sidney Lowe, Sr., NCS ..................... 166

Second Team Othell Wilson, Jr., UVa ....................162 Ben Coleman, Jr., Md......................158 Adrian Branch, So., Md. ..................157 Mark Price, Fr., GT ..........................149 Johnny Dawkins, Fr., Duke..............117

Player of the Year: Ralph Sampson, Sr., UVa (75); Michael Jordan, So., UNC (61); Sam Perkins, Jr., UNC (2). Coach of the Year: Bobby Cremins, GT (61); Dean Smith, UNC (25); Lefty Driesell, Md. (24); Jim Valvano, NCS (21); Terry Holland, UVa (6); Bill Foster, Clem (1). Rookie of the Year: Mark Price, GT (83); Johnny Dawkins, Duke (53); Ernie Myers, NCS (1).

Statistical Leaders

Scoring (NCAA rank) Mark Price, Fr., GT ................ (40) 20.3 Michael Jordan, So., UNC .... (62) 20.0 Ralph Sampson, Sr., ............ (64) 19.1 Adrian Branch, So., Md. ................ 18.7 Johnny Dawkins, Fr., Duke............ 18.1

Rebounding Ralph Sampson, Sr., Va. ............... 11.7 Sam Perkins, Jr., UNC .................... 9.4 Anthony Teachey, Jr., WF ............... 8.5 Ben Coleman, Jr., Md...................... 8.1 Thurl Bailey, Sr., NCS...................... 7.7

NCAA STATS: Duke’s Chip Engelland is 10th in free throw percentage (.875) ... NC State finishes second in scoring defense (49.1); North Carolina (55.4) is 11th ... NCAA STATS: Georgia Tech’s Mark Price is the first freshman to lead the ACC in Virginia is ranked fourth in scoring margin (13.5) and North Carolina (11.3) is 13th scoring but is omitted from the final NCAA statistical release ... Price’s 20.3 per game ... Maryland is sixth in free throw percentage (.751). average ranks him third among freshmen and 40th overall nationally.


ACC Yearly Summaries

98

Maryland - ACC Champion Michael Jordan, UNC - ACC Player of the Year Bruce Dalrymple, GT - ACC Rookie of the Year Mike Krzyzewski, Duke - ACC Coach of the Year

Georgia Tech - ACC Champion Len Bias, Maryland - ACC Player of the Year Duane Ferrell, GT - ACC Rookie of the Year Bobby Cremins GT - ACC Coach of the Year

Led by tournament MVP Len Bias’ 26-point explosion, Maryland raced by Duke 74-62 to capture its first ACC title in 26 years and second overall ... Duke reached the finals with a 77-75 upset of top-ranked North Carolina, which had posted a 14-0 ACC mark during the regular season behind National Player of the Year Michael Jordan and fellow All-American Sam Perkins … the NCAA field was expanded from 53 teams to 64 ... Maryland, Duke, North Carolina, Virginia and Wake Forest earned NCAA Tournament bids … Virginia, which posted a 17-11 regular-season record a year following All-America center Ralph Sampson’s graduation, was seeded seventh in the East Regional … the Cavaliers responded by reaching their second Final Four in four seasons before losing to Houston 49-47 in overtime in the national semifinal at Seattle … Wake Forest’s Anthony Teachey and North Carolina’s Sam Perkins led the ACC with 17 “double-doubles” each ... UNC’s Dean Smith picked up his 500th career victory with a 88-75 win over Stanford (D3) while Charles “Lefty” Driesell won his 100th game at Maryland with a 108-65 win against Johns Hopkins (N26) ... Georgia Tech’s Mark Price had a 24-game streak of scoring 10 or more points ended in a 67-56 win over Pepperdine (D16) ... NC State’s Spud Webb had seven games with 10 or more assists ... Wake Forest played an ACC record seven overtime games, including three in a row (F2-F8); the Deacons went 6-1 in the extra sessions games.

The ACC Tournament returned to Atlanta for the second time in three seasons, and Georgia Tech didn’t disappoint the home crowd … led by tournament MVP Mark Price, the Yellow Jackets captured their first ACC championship, turning back North Carolina 57-54 in the title game … the Tournament capped a highly competitive season that concluded with a three-way tie for first place among Georgia Tech, UNC and NC State with 9-5 ACC records, and Duke and Maryland just one game back at 8-6 … each of those teams competed in the NCAA Tournament with Tech, UNC and NC State each reaching the finals of their respective regions … Duke lost in the second round to future ACC member Boston College 74-73; the Eagles were coached by former Maryland guard and future Terrapin head coach Gary Williams ... the ACC’s other three teams qualified for the NIT, as every team in the conference posted a winning record … the season marked the Clemson debut of Cliff Ellis, who became the first Tiger head coach to win his ACC opener when his team beat Georgia Tech 90-81 (J8) … Georgia Tech’s Duane Ferrell became the third straight Yellow Jacket to be voted ACC Rookie of the Year … Maryland’s Len Bias won the first of two straight ACC Player of the Year awards after leading the league in scoring (18.9) … UNC’s Brad Daugherty recorded 17 “double doubles” … Maryland’s Keith Gatlin had eight games with 10 or more assists … Gatlin went 14-of-15 from the floor en route to 28 points in a 71-64 loss to Clemson (F17).

1983-84 Final Standings

1984-85 Final Standings

ACC Team AP UPI W L For North Carolina...... 1 .......1 ....14 0 81.9 Maryland ............ 11 .....10 ......9 5 73.6 Duke .................. 14 .....14 ......7 7 73.4 Wake Forest ....... 19 ....... x ......7 7 75.3 Georgia Tech...........................6 8 65.1 Virginia ...................................6 8 70.7 N.C. State ................................4 10 64.4 Clemson..................................3 11 67.9

Opp 67.0 71.6 76.1 75.6 69.1 69.7 69.7 73.3

W 28 24 24 23 18 21 19 14

Overall L For 3 80.1 8 74.7 10 77.2 9 74.6 11 69.8 12 66.6 14 70.6 14 71.5

Opp 64.8 67.2 72.3 66.8 64.5 61.5 67.1 68.1

ACC Team AP UPI W L For Georgia Tech........ 6 .......6 ......9 5 65.1 North Carolina...... 7 .......7 ......9 5 71.8 N.C. State ........... 16 .....18 ......9 5 67.8 Duke .................. 10 .....12 ......8 6 77.0 Maryland .................................8 6 65.9 Clemson..................................5 9 69.7 Wake Forest ............................5 9 70.8 Virginia ...................................3 11 59.4

Opp 63.6 67.9 66.2 74.1 65.9 74.7 70.6 64.5

W 27 27 23 23 25 16 15 17

Overall L For 8 69.9 9 73.5 10 73.3 8 78.9 12 70.3 13 75.0 14 73.1 16 61.2

Opp 60.9 66.0 65.0 67.9 65.0 71.0 68.7 59.6

Vs, Non-Conference: 108-18 (.857) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 6-5 NCAA: (5 teams: 8-5) NIT: (2 teams: 0-2) Teams Ranked: Duke, Ga. Tech, Maryland, No. Carolina, NC State, Virginia, W. Forest

Vs, Non-Conference: 109-26 (.807) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 3-5 NCAA: (5 teams: 2-5) NIT: (3 teams: 2-3) Teams Ranked During Season: Duke, Georgia Tech, Maryland, North Carolina, NC State

1984 ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. (March 9-10-11)

1985 ACC Tournament, Atlanta, Ga. (March 8-9-10)

Quarterfinals - #1 North Carolina d. #8 Clemson 78-66; #4 Duke d. #5 Georgia Tech 6763 (ot); #2 Maryland d. #7 N.C. State 69-63; #3 Wake Forest d. #6 Virginia 63-51. Semifinals - Duke d. North Carolina 77-75; Maryland d. Wake Forest 66-64. Finals - Maryland d. Duke 74-62.

Quarterfinals - #1 Georgia Tech d. #8 Virginia 55-48; #4 Duke d. #5 Maryland 86-73; #2 North Carolina d. #7 Wake Forest 72-61 (ot); #3 N.C. State d. #6 Clemson 70-63. Semifinals - Georgia Tech d. Duke 75-64; North Carolina d. N.C. State 57-51. Finals - Georgia Tech d. North Carolina 57-54.

All-Tournament - First Team - Len Bias, Md.; Mark Alarie, Duke; Johnny Dawkins, Duke; Matt Doherty, UNC; Ben Coleman, Md. Second Team - Adrian Branch, Md.; Michael Jordan, UNC; Murray Jarman, Clem.; Anthony Teachey, WF; Mark Price, GT. Everett Case Award - Len Bias, Maryland (18.7 points, 6.0 rebounds)

All-Tournament - First Team -Mark Price, GT; Brad Daugherty, UNC; Bruce Dalrymple, GT; Kenny Smith, UNC; Johnny Dawkins, Duke. Second Team - John Salley, GT; Anthony “Spud” Webb, NCS; Jay Bilas, Duke; Delaney Rudd, WF; Yvon Joseph, GT. Everett Case Award - Mark Price, Georgia Tech (16.7 points, 5.3 assists)

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

All-Atlantic Coast Conference

First Team • unanimous Michael Jordan, Jr., UNC ............... • 256 Sam Perkins, Sr., UNC ................... • 256 Lorenzo Charles, Jr., NCS ................ 239 Mark Alarie, So., Duke ..................... 185 Mark Price, So., GT .......................... 177

Second Team Ben Coleman, Sr., Md. ................... 167 Johnny Dawkins, So., Duke ........... 157 Anthony Teachey, Sr., WF .............. 139 Othell Wilson, Sr., UVa................... 130 Kenny Green, So., WF ...................... 85

Player of the Year: Michael Jordan, Jr., UNC (113); Sam Perkins, Sr., UNC (15); Lorenzo Charlies, Jr., NCS (2). Coach of the Year: Mike Krzyzewski, Duke (73); Dean Smith, UNC (34); Bobby Cremins, GT (17); Lefty Driesell, Md. (6). Rookie of the Year: Bruce Dalrymple, GT (74); Kenny Smith, UNC (29); Tommy Amaker, Duke (20); Olden Polynice, UVa (5).

Statistical Leaders Scoring (NCAA rank) Michael Jordan, Jr., UNC ..... (55) 19.6 Johnny Dawkins, So., Duke ... (62) 19.4 Lorenzo Charles, Jr., NCS ............. 18.0 Kenny Green, So., WF ................... 17.8 Sam Perkins, Sr., UNC .................. 17.6

Rebounding Anthony Teachey, Sr., WF .... (26) 10.0 Sam Perkins, Sr., UNC .................... 9.6 Cozell McQueen, Jr., NCS ............... 9.0 Ben Coleman, Sr., Md. .................... 8.4 Lorenzo Charles, Jr., NCS ............... 8.3

First Team • unanimous Len Bias, Jr., Md. ........................... • 246 Lorenzo Charles, Sr., NCS.............. • 246 Mark Price, Jr., GT ........................... 223 Johnny Dawkins, Jr., Duke............... 199 Brad Daugherty, Jr., UNC ................. 194

Second Team Kenny Green, Jr., WF ......................155 Mark Alarie, Jr., Duke......................138 John Salley, Jr., GT .........................127 Adrian Branch, Sr., Md......................85 Kenny Smith, So., UNC .....................67

Player of the Year: Len Bias, Jr., Md. (54); Lorenzo Charles, Sr., NCS (28); Brad Daughtery, Jr. UNC (4); Johnny Dawkins, Jr. Duke (2); Kenny Green, Jr., WF (2); John Salley, Jr. GT (1); Adrian Branch, Sr., Md. (1). Coach of the Year: Bobby Cremins, GT (43); Dean Smith, UNC (35); Jim Valvano, NCS (21); Mike Krzyzewski, Duke (20); Cliff Ellis, Clem (20); Carl Tacy, WF (3); Lefty Driesell, Md. (2). Rookie of the Year: Duane Ferrell, GT (78); Mel Kennedy, UVa (20); Derrick Lewis, Md. (13); Charlie Thomas, WF (6); Grayson Marshall, Clem (4); Kevin Strickland, Duke (1).

Statistical Leaders Scoring (NCAA rank) Len Bias, Jr., Md. .......................... 18.9 Johnny Dawkins, Jr., Duke............ 18.8 Adrian Branch, Sr., Md.................. 18.1 Lorenzo Charles, Sr., NCS............. 18.1 Brad Daughtery, Jr., UNC .............. 17.3

Rebounding Brad Daughtery, Jr., UNC ................ 9.7 Kenny Green, Jr., WF ...................... 8.3 Olden Polynice, So., Va. .................. 7.6 John Salley, Jr., GT ......................... 7.1 Vincent Hamilton, Sr., Clem. ........... 6.9

NCAA STATS: North Carolina is second in scoring margin (15.3), second in field goal percentage (.543) and second in free throw percentage (.783) ...Maryland’s Ben NCAA STATS: Georgia Tech’s John Salley is sixth in field goal percentage (.627) ... Wake Forest sophomore Tyrone (Muggsy) Bogues is 12th in assists (7.1). Coleman is 20th in field goal accuracy (.608).


ACC Yearly Summaries Duke - ACC Champion Len Bias, Maryland - ACC Player of the Year Tom Hammonds, GT - ACC Rookie of the Year Mike Krzyzewski, Duke - ACC Coach of the Year

99

NC State - ACC Champion Horace Grant, Clemson - ACC Player of the Year J.R. Reid, UNC - ACC Rookie of the Year Cliff Ellis, Clemson - ACC Coach of the Year

Duke captured the school’s first ACC Tournament championship since 1980, edging Georgia Tech 68-67 in the title game … the Blue Devils advanced to the NCAA title game, where a four-point loss to Louisville in Dallas ended a 37-3 season … Duke finished atop a conference that included fellow top-10 teams Georgia Tech and North Carolina … Duke started the season 17-0 before dropping a 95-92 decision at North Carolina in the first game played in the Student Activities Center (now the Dean E. Smith Center), a 21,000-plus facility that replaced Carmichael Auditorium … UNC bid farewell to Carmichael with a 90-79 win over NC State (J4) … NC State coach Jim Valvano called for the ball at the end of the game and jokingly tossed in a layup to represent the “last basket” scored in the arena (the Wolfpack’s Nate McMillan scored the “real” last basket, and the final Tar Heel field goal was by Buzz Peterson) … the NBA Draft saw ACC players go 1, 2 and 3 overall, with UNC’s Brad Daugherty going first to Cleveland, Maryland’s Len Bias second to Boston and NC State’s Chris Washburn third to Golden State; Duke’s Johnny Dawkins and Mark Alarie and Georgia Tech’s John Salley were other first-round selections ... Clemson’s Grayson Marshall set an ACC record with 20 assists in a 83-57 win over Maryland-Eastern Shore (N25) ... Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski was named ACC Coach of the Year for the second time ... Tom Hammonds was selected as the ACC Rookie of the Year, marking the fourth-straight year a Yellow Jacket had won the award.

Four years after their improbable NCAA championship, coach Jim Valvano and the NC State Wolfpack rediscovered the magic … after struggling to a sixth-place regular-season finish, the Wolfpack won the ACC Tournament with a 68-67 win over a top-ranked North Carolina team that had posted a 14-0 ACC record during the regular season … tournament MVP Vinny Del Negro’s free throws provided the Wolfpack with its winning margin … the title was the Wolfpack’s 10th, tying UNC for tops in the league … Maryland’s Bob Wade became the league’s first African-American head coach … Clemson stormed to a 17-0 overall and 4-0 ACC start for the first time in program history, and the Tigers’ Cliff Ellis was voted coach of the year … six ACC teams played in the NCAA Tournament but each fell short in its bid for the Final Four … the Tar Heels tied the school record for wins (32) held by the 1957 and 1982 NCAA title teams ... for the first time as a member of the ACC, Virginia had five players average in double figures ... Wake Forest’s 5’3” guard Tyrone “Muggsy” Bogues was a first-team All-ACC selection ... Maryland’s Derrick Lewis turned in the league’s eighth “double-double” with 29 points, 23 rebounds and 12 blocked shots in a 90-76 win over James Madison (J28) ... Lewis became the only player in ACC history to be named first-team All-ACC while playing for a team that finished winless in league play ... Clemson posted a 73-point win, 112-39, over Armstrong State (D17) ... Wake Forest snapped a 22-game ACC losing streak with a 69-58 win over Maryland (F2).

1985-86 Final Standings

1986-87 Final Standings

ACC Team AP UPI W L For Duke .................... 1 .......1 ....12 2 79.4 Georgia Tech........ 6 .......6 ....11 3 71.1 North Carolina...... 8 .......8 ....10 4 80.9 N.C. State ................................7 7 64.5 Virginia ...................................7 7 68.7 Maryland .................................6 8 68.3 Clemson..................................3 11 68.9 Wake Forest ............................0 14 55.2

Opp 70.6 65.9 75.0 65.4 66.7 69.0 73.6 70.6

W 37 27 28 21 19 19 19 8

Overall L For 3 79.9 7 75.1 6 86.6 13 70.6 11 70.4 14 70.4 15 74.9 21 59.8

Opp 67.2 63.6 69.0 63.2 64.9 65.6 67.5 67.3

ACC Team AP UPI W L For North Carolina...... 2 .......3 ....14 0 91.1 Clemson............. 13 .....15 ....10 4 82.9 Duke .................. 17 ....... x ......9 5 73.8 Virginia ...................................8 6 71.0 Georgia Tech...........................7 7 71.1 N.C. State ................................6 8 72.2 Wake Forest ............................2 12 66.4 Maryland .................................0 14 68.1

Opp 75.5 81.1 69.7 70.5 72.2 73.4 74.9 79.2

W 32 25 24 21 16 20 14 9

Overall L For 4 91.3 6 86.1 9 77.2 10 74.2 13 70.7 15 77.5 15 68.9 17 71.7

Opp 74.9 71.5 67.3 68.4 68.5 74.8 68.1 73.3

Vs, Non-Conference: 115-27 (.810) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 13-9 NCAA: (6 teams: 13-6) NIT: (1 team: 2-1) Teams Ranked: Duke, Georgia Tech, Maryland No. Carolina, NC State, Virginia

Vs, Non-Conference: 98-26 (.790) Vs. Non-ACC Ranked Teams: 5-12 NCAA: (6 teams: 5-6) NIT: (1 teams: 2-1) Teams Ranked During Season: Clemson, Duke, Ga. Tech, No. Carolina, NC State

1986 ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C. (March 7-8-9)

1987 ACC Tournament, Landover, Md. (March 6-7-8)

Quarterfinals - #1 Duke d. #8 Wake Forest 68-60; #5 Virginia d. #4 N.C. State 64-62; #2 Georgia Tech d. #7 Clemson 79-61; #6 Maryland d. #3 North Carolina 85-75. Semifinals - Duke d. Virginia 75-70; Georgia Tech d. Maryland 64-62. Finals - Duke d. Georgia Tech 68-67.