UM weekly glance

February 15, 2002

A look back: The Terps earned season sweeps over North Carolina (92-77 in Chapel Hill on Sunday) and Georgia Tech (85-65 at home on Wednesday).

A look ahead: Top-ranked Duke makes its final visit to Cole Field House on Sunday in a contest with Atlantic Coast Conference title implications. Maryland then travels to Clemson Wednesday.

Of note: With a victory over Duke, Maryland would be in excellent position to win its first outright ACC crown since 1980.

Worth watching: How the Terps react inside when Duke guard Jason Williams drives hard to the basket on Sunday. Williams was mostly untouched during last month's 99-78 Duke victory.

By the numbers: Backup guard Drew Nicholas is shooting 51.9 percent from the field, including 40.7 percent from three-point range. - Gary Lambrecht

Schedule

11/8 Arizona-x L, 71-67

11/9 Temple-x W, 82-74

11/17 American W, 83-53

11/24 Del. State W, 77-53

11/27 Illinois W, 76-63

12/2 Princeton-y W, 61-53

12/3 UConn-y W, 77-65

12/9 Detroit W, 79-54

12/11 Monmouth W, 91-55

12/21 at Oklahoma L, 72-56

12/27 Wm. & Mary W, 103-75

12/30 at N.C. State W, 72-65

1/3 Norfolk St. W, 92-69

1/9 N. Carolina W, 112-79

1/13 at Ga. Tech W, 92-87

1/17 at Duke L, 99-78

1/20 Clemson W, 99-90

1/23 at Wake For. W, 85-63

1/26 Florida St. W, 84-63

1/31 at Virginia W, 91-87

2/3 N.C. State W, 89-73

2/10 at N. Carolina W, 92-77

2/13 Ga. Tech W, 85-65

2/17 Duke 1

2/20 at Clemson 9

2/24 Wake Forest 2

2/27 at Florida St. 9

3/3 Virginia 8

3/7-10 ACC tournament-z TBA

x- Coaches vs. Cancer Classic

y- BB&T Classic

z-at Charlotte, N.C.

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