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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | July 16, 2004
University of Maryland men's basketball coach Gary Williams put the finishing touches on his new-look coaching staff yesterday by adding one of the best players in Terrapins history. Keith Booth, a former star at Dunbar who went on to become one of Williams' signature recruits in College Park, was announced yesterday as the Terps' new assistant coach, replacing former teammate Matt Kovarik. After three years on Williams' bench, Kovarik is likely to return to law school. Mike Lonergan, who guided Division III Catholic University to a 251-88 record over 12 seasons and a national championship in 2001, also joined the staff in April, replacing Jimmy Patsos, whose 13-year tenure as an assistant ended when he became head coach at Loyola.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Writer | March 6, 1994
COLLEGE PARK -- For the first time in more than a decade, the Maryland basketball team didn't have a player to honor during its Senior Day festivities at Cole Field House.Instead, two of the Atlantic Coast Conference's burgeoning stars turned yesterday's game against Virginia into Freshman Day. Score this one for the young Terrapins, a little more than a month after being outplayed by their counterparts in Charlottesville.In what turned out to be the most decisive 10 minutes in Maryland's 70-68 victory, Joe Smith and Keith Booth led the Terps on a 22-9 run to start the second half.
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By KEN MURRAY and KEN MURRAY,SUN STAFF | October 13, 1995
Three days before Maryland opens basketball practice, coach Gary Williams was in Baltimore doing what comes naturally: selling basketball in general and Maryland in particular.Now, though, the hard sell has become the soft sell."When I got to Maryland, I was told we couldn't recruit here because of things that happened in the past," Williams said yesterday, addressing the CEO Club of Baltimore at the USF&G building. "But I was too stubborn or dumb to listen."The basketball oasis once closed to Maryland has been reopened.
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March 13, 1997
What: First round, NCAA Southeast RegionalWhere: The Pyramid, Memphis, Tenn.When: Tonight, 7: 50TV/Radio: Chs, 13, 9/WBAL (1090 AM), WTOP (1500 AM)How they got here: Maryland received an at-large bid; College of Charleston was the Trans America Athletic Conference champion.Conference record: Maryland 9-7; College of Charleston 18-0Ranking: Maryland 22nd; College of Charleston 16thNCAA tournament record: Maryland 17-13; College of Charleston 0-1Coaches: Gary Williams (eighth year at Maryland, 143-100; 19th year overall, 350-228)
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By Ken Murray | November 12, 1995
COLLEGE PARK -- Exree Hipp hit eight three-point shots and scored 36 points as his Red team outscored the White in both halves of Maryland's intrasquad scrimmage yesterday before 500 fans at Cole Field House.Hipp, who missed 10 days of practice with a sprained ankle, out-dueled LaRon Profit, who led the White team with 23 points and hit three threes.Hipp scored on a variety of shots, but perhaps his best was a delicious spin move in the lane in the second half after taking an outlet pass from Keith Booth (19 points)
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January 12, 1997
Maryland (13-1, 3-0) at N.C. State (8-3, 0-2)Site: Reynolds Coliseum, Raleigh, N.C.Time: 1 p.m.TV/Radio: Chs. 54, 9/WBAL (1090 AM)Outlook: The Terrapins have won two straight and three of the past four on the Wolfpack's home court, including an 86-84 victory last season. In that game, Rodney Elliott had 13 points in 15 minutes and drew a key charge in the final minute. Junior guard Sarunas Jasikevicius has scored 46 points in three ACC games and could figure prominently if the Wolfpack tries to shut down Keith Booth (20.4 ppg, 7.4 rpg)
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February 19, 1997
Maryland (19-6, 8-4) at Georgia Tech (9-13, 3-9)Site: Alexander Memorial Coliseum, AtlantaTime: 7TV: ESPN/WBAL (1090 AM), WTOP (1500 AM)Outlook: For different reasons, this is an important game for both teams. The 14th-ranked Terrapins are trying to keep alive their somewhat slim chances of winning the ACC regular-season championship, and the Yellow Jackets are trying to avoid going from first to worst in the standings (they are eighth among the nine teams). Sophomore G Gary Saunders, who was academically ineligible when the teams met in December, is coming off a 21-point performance against North Carolina and his 12.4 points per game is second to junior F Matt Harpring (19.0 ppg)
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | March 13, 1993
Ever since the days he would sit wide-eyed, watching the late Len Bias play, Keith Booth has been enamored of the Maryland Terrapins. So those close to the Dunbar star weren't surprised when he announced his college choice."
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February 28, 1999
BaseballAngels: Agreed to terms with P Scott Schoeneweis.Devil Rays: Agreed to terms with P Tony Saunders (Glen Burnie), P Ramon Tatis, P Jim Mecir and P Bryan Rekar on one-year contracts.Tigers: Agreed to terms with P Sean Runyan on one-year contract.Twins: Signed OF Chris Latham and P Dan Perkins to one-year contracts.BasketballNBA: Fined Bulls coach Tim Floyd $5,000 for verbally abusing officials in game against 76ers on Thursday.Bulls: Placed G Keith Booth (Maryland) on injured list with left quadriceps strain and G Cory Carr on injured list with lower back strain.
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April 16, 1998
BasketballBulls: Placed F Keith Booth (Maryland) on injured list with lower back strain.Nets: Re-signed C Jack Haley.Women's NBA: Signed F Tracy Reid, C Leslie Johnson and G Rita Williams.CollegesEast Carolina: Anne Donovan, women's basketball coach, resigned to become coach of ABL's Philadelphia Rage.New Mexico: Placed basketball C Kenny Thomas on disciplinary probation until he completes DWI program.Oregon State: Announced G John-Blair Bickerstaff, son of Wizards coach Bernie Bickerstaff, F Nick Greene and G Ronnie Walton are transferring to other schools.
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