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All-Time Results: 1970-Present
Courtesy: Maryland Athletics
Release: 04/09/2013

Game-by-game results for every Maryland basketball season since 1910-11. Maryland was known as Maryland Agricultural College until 1915, and as Maryland State College from 1916-1919. Maryland's conference affiliations: Big Ten Conference since 2014-15; Atlantic Coast Conference from1953-54 to 2013-14; and the Southern Conference from 1923-24 to 1952-53. An all-college basketball team was formed in 1904-05, and played just two games. Due to a fire in 1912 which burnt the armory and college gymnasium, the team that was fielded in 1913-14 did not have a regular home, practiced only three times all season and lost 16 games. Another team was not fielded until 1918-19.

In 1918-19, Maryland State participated in the District Intercollegiate Basketball League, in which all games were played at the Washington YMCA. Another season would not be conducted until Maryland opened its new facility at The Gymnasium, inside Annapolis Hall, in 1923-24. It is considered to be the school's first "varsity" team.

Home games were played at The Gymnasium from 1923-24 to 1930-31. Home games were played at Ritchie Coliseum from 1931-32 to 1954-55. Home games from 1955-56 through 2001-02 were played at Cole Field House. Beginning in 2002-03, Maryland moved to Comcast Center.

Maryland played its final ACC regular season game on March 9, 2014, when it defeated No. 5 Virginia, 75-69 (OT), in front of a sold out Comcast Center. The Terrapins became official members of the Big Ten Conference on July 1, 2014.

Maryland and opponent Associated Press rankings are in brackets - AP polls began in 1948-49. From 1960-61 to 1967-68, the Associated Press ranked only the nation's top 10 teams.

• - indicates conference games.


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

All-Time Scores: 1905-1969


1969-70
Record: 13-13 H: 10-4 A: 3-7 N: 0-2
ACC: 5-9, 6th
D1     Buffalo W 97-77
D3     at Geo. Washington W 92-71
D10     at Princeton L 67-75
D13     • Wake Forest L 87-104
D15   [8] • South Carolina L 68-101
D19     Army (1) L 54-69
D20     Fordham (1) W 94-71
D29     Delaware W 94-58
J2   [15] • NC State (2) L 57-91
J3     • at Wake Forest (2) W 96-88
J7     West Virginia W 83-76
J10   [3] • at South Carolina L 44-55
J12     • at Clemson W 75-68
J14     Navy W 73-57
J24     Maine W 97-68
J28     • Duke W 52-50
J31   [9] • North Carolina L 69-77
F4   [5] • at NC State L 54-64
F7     Georgetown W 81-71
F11     • at Virginia L 69-71
F18   [13] • at North Carolina L 83-90
F21     • at Duke L 76-87
F23     • Clemson W 103-85
F25     at West Virginia L 78-83
F28     • Virginia W 79-71
M5   [19] NC State (3) L 57-67
1-Maryland Invitational Tournament at College Park, Md. (Cole Field House); 2-at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 3-ACC Tournament at Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum)

1970-71
Record: 14-12 H: 11-4 A: 3-7 N: 0-1
ACC: 5-9, 6th place (tie)
D1     Delaware W 86-73
D5     Buffalo W 109-70
D8     Lehigh W 85-66
D12     • Wake Forest W 72-71
D16   [2] • at South Carolina L 70-96
D19     at Georgetown L 79-92
D22     Tampa W 80-72
D29     Miami W 111-77
J2     Richmond W 99-67
J6     • NC State L 81-83
J9   [2] • South Carolina (OT) W 31-30
J11     • Clemson W 56-52
J23     George Washington W 69-67
J27     at Loyola (Md.) W 88-69
J30   [20] • at North Carolina L 79-105
F3     • at NC State L 61-71
F6     • at Duke W 88-79
F10     • at Virginia L 63-78
F13     • Duke L 67-70
F17   [8] • North Carolina L 76-100
F20     at Seton Hall W 56-55
F23     • at Clemson (OT) L 45-51
F27     West Virginia L 81-83
M2     • at Wake Forest L 66-72
M6     • Virginia (OT) W 89-84
M11   [6] South Carolina (1) L 63-71
1-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum)

1972-73
Record: 23-7 H: 12-1 A: 8-4 N: 3-2
ACC: 7-5, 3rd place, ACC Tournament Finalist
Postseason: NCAA Elite Eight, AP No. 8, UPI No. 10
N29 [3]   Brown W 127-82
D2 [3]   at Richmond W 82-50
D9 [3]   at Canisius W 107-80
D12 [3]   at Georgetown W 99-73
D22 [2]   George Washington W 88-79
D29 [2]   Georgia Tech (1) W 90-55
D30 [2]   Syracuse (1) W 90-76
J2 [2]   Kent W 76-58
J6 [2]   • at Clemson W 79-75
J9 [2]   • Virginia W 93-74
J14 [2] [3] • NC State L 85-87
J20 [3]   at Navy W 76-67
J22 [3]   • Wake Forest W 105-76
J23 [4]   Long Island W 100-73
J27 [4] [3] • North Carolina W 94-88
J31 [3] [2] • at NC State L 78-89
F3 [3]   • at Duke L 81-85
F8 [9]   at Fordham W 83-72
F11 [9]   Buffalo W 93-64
F14 [10] [6] • at North Carolina L 85-95
F17 [10]   • Clemson W 69-66
F21 [8]   at Duquesne W 81-71
F24 [8]   • Duke W 96-68
F28 [9]   • at Wake Forest L 60-62
M3 [9]   • at Virginia W 92-81
M8 [10]   Clemson (2) W 77-61
M9 [10]   Wake Forest (2) W 73-65
M10 [10] [2] NC State (2) L 74-76
M15 [8] [14] Syracuse (3) W 91-75
M17 [8] [4] Providence (3) L 89-103
1-Maryland Invitational at College Park, Md. (Cole Field House); 2-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 3-NCAA East Regional at Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum)

1973-74
Record: 23-5 H: 12-1 A: 7-3 N: 4-1
ACC: 9-3, 2nd place (tie),  ACC Tournament Finalist
Postseason: AP No. 4, UPI No. 4
D1 [4] [1] at UCLA L 64-65
D5 [4]   Eastern Kentucky W 106-57
D11 [4]   Georgetown W 115-83
D21 [2]   San Francisco (1) W 78-60
D22 [2]   Santa Clara (1) W 53-32
D29 [2]   Holy Cross (2) W 102-75
D30 [2]   Boston College (2) W 58-37
J2 [3]   at Richmond W 96-60
J5 [3]   • Clemson W 89-60
J11 [3]   • at Wake Forest W 72-59
J13 [3] [4] • at NC State L 74-80
J17 [4]   Fordham W 112-73
J19 [4]   at Navy W 72-50
J22 [5]   Canisius W 86-73
J26 [5] [4] • at North Carolina L 73-82
J30 [6] [2] • NC State L 80-86
F2 [6]   • Duke W 104-83
F6 [7]   • at Virginia W 88-81
F9 [7]   George Washington (3) W 92-71
F13 [6] [4] • North Carolina W 91-80
F16 [6]   • at Clemson W 56-54
F20 [5]   Duquesne W 98-72
F23 [5]   • at Duke W 64-61
F27 [5]   • Wake Forest W 77-68
M2 [5]   • Virginia W 110-75
M7 [4]   Duke (4) W 85-66
M8 [4] [6] North Carolina (4) W 105-85
M9 [4] [1] NC State (OT) (4) L 100-103
1-Cable Car Classic at Oakland, Calif. (Oakland Coliseum); 2 -Maryland Invitational at College Park, Md. (Cole Field House); 3-at Landover, Md. (Capital Centre); 4-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum)

1974-75
Record: 24-5 H: 12-2 A: 10-1 N: 2-2
ACC: 10-2, ACC Regular Season Champion
Postseason: NCAA Elite Eight, AP No. 5, UPI No. 5
N18 [4]   Richmond W 106-81
D4 [4]   • at Wake Forest W 99-78
D7 [4]   Long Island W 99-84
D10 [5]   Georgetown (1) W 104-71
D12 [5]   DePauw W 113-49
D21 [5]   George Washington (1) W 81-67
D27 [5]   Georgia Tech (2) W 105-67
D28 [5] [3] UCLA (2) L 75-81
J2 [7]   Appalachian State W 96-50
J4 [7] [19] Notre Dame W 90-82
J8 [5]   • Duke W 83-77
J11 [5] [19] • Wake Forest W 89-73
J16 [5] [4] • NC State W 103-85
J18 [5]   at Navy W 87-73
J22 [3]   • at Clemson L 82-83
J25 [3] [14] • North Carolina L 66-69
F1 [8] [2] • at NC State W 98-97
F4 [4]   • Virginia W 86-79
F6 [4]   at Fordham W 65-46
F8 [4]   • at Duke W 104-80
F15 [3]   • at North Carolina W 96-74
F19 [3]   • at Virginia W 70-51
F23 [3]   at Duquesne W 103-82
F26 [2] [11] • Clemson W 70-64
M1 [2]   E. Tennessee State W 104-87
M6 [2] [8] NC State (3) L 85-87
M18 [4]   Creighton (4) W 83-79
M20 [4] [9] Notre Dame (5) W 83-71
M22 [4] [3] Louisville (5) L 82-96
1-at Landover, Md. (Capital Centre); 2-Maryland Invitational at College Park, Md. (Cole Field House); 3-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 4-NCAA Midwest Region First Round at Lubbock, Texas (Memorial Coliseum); 5-NCAA Midwest Regional at Las Cruces, N.M. (Pan American Center)

1975-76
Record: 22-6 H: 13-2 A: 8-3 N: 1-1
ACC: 7-5, 2nd place (tie)
Postseason: AP No. 11, UPI No. 13
N29 [3]   East Carolina W 127-84
D3 [2]   DePauw W 99-42
D6 [2]   at Richmond W 98-71
D8 [2]   Boston University W 122-82
D10 [2]   Georgia Tech W 93-65
D20 [2]   Fordham W 81-56
D22 [2]   UNC Charlotte W 70-60
D29 [2]   Seton Hall (1) W 104-69
D30 [2]   Princeton (1) W 66-59
J3 [2]   Long Island W 111-88
J7 [2]   at Geo. Washington W 82-72
J10 [2] [7] • at Wake Forest (2) L 93-96
J14 [2] [13] • at NC State W 87-69
J17 [2]   at Navy W 87-69
J21 [2]   • Clemson L 77-82
J25 [2] [5] • at North Carolina (OT) L 93-95
J28 [7] [8] • NC State W 102-84
J31 [7] [10] at Notre Dame W 69-63
F4 [5]   • at Virginia W 69-66
F7 [5]   • Duke W 102-91
F11 [4] [3] • North Carolina L 69-81
F14 [4]   • at Clemson W 98-89
F18 [7]   at Georgetown W 72-63
F21 [7]   • at Duke L 67-69
F25 [10]   • Wake Forest W 105-91
F28 [10]   • Virginia W 81-73
M4 [9]   Duke (OT) (3) W 80-78
M5 [9]   Virginia (3) L 65-73
1-Maryland Invitational at College Park, Md. (Cole Field House); 2-at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 3-ACC Tournament at Landover, Md. (Capital Centre)

1976-77
Record: 19-8 H: 15-4 A: 3-3 N: 1-1
ACC: 7-5, 4th place
N27 [8]   Notre Dame (OT) L 79-80
N30 [16]   Ball State W 86-70
D2 [16]   Long Island W 49-45
D4 [16]   Princeton W 58-45
D8 [17]   East Carolina W 80-69
D12 [17] [19] DePaul W 92-74
D18 [14]   Appalachian State W 76-74
D22 [15]   Bucknell W 106-72
D28 [16]   Xavier (1) W 84-74
D29 [16] [18] Syracuse (1) W 96-85
J4 [15]   Richmond W 90-87
J8 [15] [10] • Wake Forest (OT) L 85-86
J9 [15]   • NC State W 87-80
J15 [14]   Navy (2) W 62-54
J19 [13]   • at Clemson L 71-93
J22 [13] [4] • North Carolina L 68-71
J27     • at NC State W 75-73
J29     George Washington L 76-86
F2     • Virginia W 82-67
F5     • at Duke (OT) W 65-64
F9   [14] • at North Carolina L 70-97
F12   [15] • Clemson W 84-78
F15     Pittsburgh W 88-75
F19     • Duke W 85-72
F22   [11] • at Wake Forest (3) W 81-80
F26     • at Virginia L 68-77
M3     NC State (4) L 72-82
1-Maryland Invitational at College Park, Md. (Cole Field House); 2-at Landover, Md. (Capital Centre); 3-at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 4-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum)

1977-78
Record: 15-13 H: 10-4 A: 1-8 N: 4-1
ACC: 3-9, 6th place
N25 [14]   Bucknell W 95-62
N27 [14]   American (1) W 78-65
N28 [14]   Georgetown (1) W 91-87
D1 [14]   Penn State (2) W 89-80
D7 [12]   East Carolina W 130-106
D10 [12]   at Geo. Washington L 90-101
D17 [18]   Long Island W 94-64
D21 [20]   Army W 99-77
D28 [14]   Western Kentucky (3) W 91-78
D29 [14]   Georgia Tech (3) W 65-63
J4 [15]   • Duke L 78-88
J7 [15]   • at Wake Forest (4) L 75-84
J11   [16] • at NC State L 82-88
J14     Air Force W 74-73
J16     • Clemson W 90-75
J21   [5] • at North Carolina L 71-85
J25     • NC State L 73-80
J29   [5] at Notre Dame L 54-69
F1   [11] • at Virginia L 64-66
F4     UNLV W 81-68
F8   [7] • North Carolina L 64-66
F11     • at Clemson W 80-75
F16     at Pittsburgh (OT) L 86-89
F18   [20] • at Duke L 70-81
F22     • Wake Forest W 91-89
F25     • Virginia L 70-79
M1     NC State (3OT) (5) W 109-108
M2   [15] Duke (5) L 69-81
1-Tip Off Tournament at Landover, Md. (Capital Centre); 2-at Hershey, Pa. (Hershey Park Arena); 3-Maryland Invitational at College Park, Md. (Cole Field House); 4-at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 5-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum)

1978-79
Record: 19-11 H: 12-4 A: 4-4 N: 3-3
ACC: 6-6, 4th place
Postseason: NIT Second Round
N24     Bucknell W 107-97
N28 [19]   Georgetown (1) L 65-68
D2 [19]   at Air Force W 81-68
D4 [19]   at UNLV L 88-94
D7 [19]   Penn State (2) W 69-61
D9 [19]   Biscayne W 86-60
D16     East Carolina W 82-71
D20   [4] • NC State W 124-110
D23     Canisius W 128-103
D29     St. Joseph's (OT) (3) W 62-56
D30   [20] Southern California (3) W 83-79
J3 [20]   George Washington W 84-72
J6 [20]   • Wake Forest L 60-66
J10   [8] • at NC State (2OT) W 82-81
J13   [12] Louisville L 84-99
J17 [19]   • at Clemson W 77-63
J20 [19] [2] • North Carolina L 53-54
J23     Navy W 82-62
J27   [1] Notre Dame W 67-66
J31 [17]   • Virginia L 63-69
F3 [17] [3] • at Duke L 78-87
F7   [6] • at North Carolina L 67-76
F10     • Clemson W 77-69
F17   [5] • Duke W 70-68
F19     • at Wake Forest (4) W 54-53
F21     • at Virginia L 72-75
M1     Clemson (5) W 75-67
M2   [7] North Carolina (5) L 79-102
M7     Rhode Island (3OT) (6) W 67-65
M12     Ohio State (6) L 72-79
1-at Landover, Md. (Capital Centre); 2-at Hershey, Pa. (Hershey Park Arena); 3-Maryland Invitational at College Park, Md. (Cole Field House); 4-at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 5-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 6-National Invitation Tournament at College Park, Md. (Cole Field House)

1979-80
Record: 24-7 H: 16-0 A: 4-4 N: 4-3
ACC: 11-3, ACC Regular Season Champion
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen, AP No. 8, UPI No. 8
N30     UMES W 82-58
D3     Penn State (1) W 56-55
D4   [17] Georgetown (2) L 71-83
D8     Brown W 72-59
D10     Catholic W 113-79
D19     • Georgia Tech W 70-60
D22     Bucknell W 95-73
D28     Miami-OH (3) W 115-76
D29     Temple (3) W 85-63
J3     • at Georgia Tech W 83-74
J5     • at Wake Forest W 84-76
J10     • at NC State L 62-67
J12     Pittsburgh W 95-88
J16   [17] • Clemson W 84-83
J20   [9] • at North Carolina W 92-86
J23 [15]   • NC State W 66-62
J26 [15] [8] at Notre Dame L 63-64
J30 [12] [13] • at Virginia W 63-61
F2 [12] [5] • Duke W 101-82
F7 [7] [11] • North Carolina W 70-69
F9 [7] [16] • at Clemson L 81-90
F11 [7]   Boston University W 99-76
F13 [8]   East Carolina W 85-72
F16 [8] [16] • at Duke L 61-66
F20 [9]   • Wake Forest W 83-77
F23 [9]   • Virginia W 82-71
F28 [7]   Georgia Tech (OT) (4) W 51-49
F29 [7] [17] Clemson (4) W 91-85
M1 [7]   Duke (4) L 72-73
M8 [8]   Tennessee (5) W 86-75
M14 [8] [11] Georgetown (6) L 68-74
1-at Hershey, Pa. (Hershey Park Arena); 2-at Washington D.C. (Municipal Armory); 3-Maryland Invitational at College Park, Md. (Cole Field House); 4-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 5-NCAA East Region Second Round at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 6-NCAA East Regional at Philadelphia, Pa. (The Spectrum)

1980-81
Record: 21-10 H: 12-3 A: 5-5 N: 4-2
ACC: 8-6, 4th place, ACC Tournament Finalist
Postseason: NCAA Second Round, AP No. 18, UPI No. 11
N28 [4]   Navy W 86-64
D2 [4]   American W 95-65
D5 [4]   Wagner (1) W 96-73
D6 [4] [18] at Syracuse (1) W 83-73
D10 [4]   Fairleigh Dickinson W 109-83
D13 [4]   at Louisville L 67-78
D20 [9]   • NC State W 82-75
D23 [9]   • at Georgia Tech W 66-55
D29 [9]   Marshall (2) W 114-89
D30 [9]   St. Joseph's (2) W 74-57
J3 [9]   William & Mary W 69-64
J7 [8] [16] • at North Carolina L 66-75
J10 [8]   • Duke W 94-79
J14 [10]   • Virginia L 64-66
J17 [10] [12] • at Clemson (OT) W 68-62
J20 [10]   UMES W 81-65
J24 [10] [13] Notre Dame L 70-73
J27 [14]   at Pittsburgh (OT) W 69-66
J31 [14]   • Georgia Tech W 72-64
F4 [13] [8] • at Wake Forest L 60-67
F7 [13]   • at Duke L 54-55
F12 [19]   • Clemson W 72-70
F15 [19] [10] • North Carolina L 63-76
F21 [20] [5] • Wake Forest W 94-80
F25 [17]   • at NC State W 76-72
F28 [17] [3] • at Virginia L 63-74
M5 [20]   Duke (3) W 56-53
M6 [20] [4] Virginia (3) W 85-62
M7 [20] [12] North Carolina (3) L 60-61
M12 [18]   Tenn.-Chattanooga (4) W 81-69
M14 [18] [9] Indiana (4) L 64-99
1-Carrier Classic at Syracuse, N.Y. (Carrier Dome); 2-Maryland Invitational at College Park, Md. (Cole Field House); 3-ACC Tournament at Landover, Md. (Capital Centre); 4-NCAA Mideast Region First and Second Round at Dayton, Ohio (Dayton Arena)

1981-82
Record: 16-13 H: 13-3 A: 2-8 N: 1-2
ACC: 5-9, 5th place
Postseason: NIT Second Round
N27     St. Peter's W 49-42
N29     Lafayette W 82-58
D2     Long Island W 87-79
D5     George Mason W 74-62
D7     UMES W 76-64
D9     Towson W 75-59
D12     • at NC State L 53-74
D19     Ohio University W 90-64
D23     • Georgia Tech L 43-45
D29   [16] at UCLA L 57-90
J5   [1] • North Carolina L 50-66
J9     • at Duke W 40-36
J12   [3] • at Virginia (OT) L 40-45
J16     • Clemson W 62-57
J20     Canisius W 91-73
J23     at Notre Dame L 51-55
J27     at William & Mary W 50-43
J30     • at Georgia Tech L 63-64
F3   [13] • Wake Forest W 61-56
F6     • Duke W 77-60
F7     Hofstra W 94-59
F11   [2] • at North Carolina L 56-59
F13     • at Clemson L 66-75
F20     • at Wake Forest (1) L 42-48
F24     • NC State L 38-52
F27   [1] • Virginia (OT) W 47-46
M5     NC State (2) L 28-40
M12     Richmond (3) W 66-50
M15     Georgia (3) L 69-83
1-at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 2-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 3-National Invitation Tournament at New York, N.Y. (Madison Square Garden)

1982-83
Record: 20-10 H: 14-3 A: 5-4 N: 1-3
ACC: 8-6, 3rd place (tie)
Postseason: NCAA Second Round
N27     Penn State (1) L 79-97
D1     UMES W 91-70
D4     at Canisius W 67-66
D8     St. Joseph's L 56-64
D11     Duquesne W 85-64
D14     Towson W 66-56
D23   [3] UCLA (2OT) W 80-79
J3     American W 73-71
J5     William & Mary W 56-51
J8   [4] • Virginia L 64-83
J12   [11] • at North Carolina L 71-72
J15     • Duke L 67-86
J19     • at Clemson W 80-61
J22     Notre Dame W 68-67
J26     at Holy Cross (2) W 55-53
J29     • NC State W 86-81
J31     Navy W 98-73
F2     Old Dominion W 87-67
F5     • Georgia Tech W 77-68
F9     • at Wake Forest (3) L 66-79
F16   [3] • North Carolina W 106-94
F19     • Clemson W 92-88
F21     • at Duke W 101-90
F23     • at Georgia Tech L 60-70
F26     • Wake Forest W 83-75
M3     • at NC State W 67-58
M7   [2] • at Virginia L 81-83
M11     Georgia Tech (OT) (4) L 58-64
M17   [15] Tenn.-Chattanooga (5) W 52-51
M22   [1] Houston (5) L 50-60
1-at Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Arena); 2-at Worcester, Mass. (Worcester Centrum); 3-at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 4-ACC Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. (Omni); 5-NCAA First and Second Round at Houston, Texas (The Summit)

1983-84
Record: 24-8 H: 13-2 A: 6-4 N: 5-2
ACC: 9-5, 2nd place, ACC Tournament Champion
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen, AP No. 11, UPI No. 10
N26 [8]   Johns Hopkins W 108-65
D1 [6]   Ohio State (1) L 68-72
D3 [6]   Canisius W 77-55
D6 [11]   Penn State (2) W 67-58
D10 [11]   at Duquesne W 78-67
D14 [9]   UMES W 104-69
D24 [8] [6] Boston College W 89-76
D29 [6]   Randolph Macon (3) W 58-52
D30 [6]   La Salle (3) W 96-83
J4 [5] [12] • at NC State W 59-55
J7 [5]   William & Mary W 58-44
J12 [5] [1] • North Carolina L 62-74
J14 [5]   • at Duke W 81-75
J17 [7]   • Clemson W 85-72
J21 [7]   at Old Dominion W 69-58
J28 [5]   at Notre Dame L 47-52
J31 [10]   • at Virginia W 67-66
F4 [10] [18] • at Georgia Tech (2OT) L 70-71
F8 [13] [14] • W. Forest (2OT) (4) L 87-90
F11 [13]   • Duke L 84-89
F13 [13]   Dayton W 61-59
F18     • at Clemson (3OT) W 66-65
F19   [1] • at North Carolina L 63-78
F23     • Georgia Tech W 79-74
F26   [15] • Wake Forest W 90-79
F29 [19]   • NC State W 63-50
M4 [19]   • Virginia W 74-65
M9 [14]   NC State (5) W 69-63
M10 [14] [19] Wake Forest (5) W 66-64
M11 [14] [16] Duke (5) W 74-62
M17 [11]   West Virginia (6) W 102-77
M22 [11] [6] Illinois (7) L 70-72
1-at East Rutherford, N.J. (Brendan Byrne Arena); 2- at Hershey, Pa. (Hershey Park Arena); 3-Maryland Invitational at College Park, Md. (Cole Field House); 4-at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 5-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 6-NCAA Mideast Region Second Round at Birmingham, Ala. (Birmingham Coliseum); 7-NCAA Mideast Regional at Lexington, Ky. (Rupp Arena)

1984-85
Record: 25-12 H: 14-2 A: 7-6 N: 4-4
ACC: 8-6, 4th place (tie)
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen
N23   [19] Kansas (1) L 56-58
N24     at Ala.-Anchorage (1) W 54-52
N25     Tennessee (1) W 72-49
D1     West Virginia W 56-47
D5     Cleveland State W 95-84
D8     at Alabama W 59-54
D11     Ohio State W 76-73
D13     UMES W 87-48
D22     at Loyola (Md.) W 81-74
D25     Iowa (OT) (2) W 78-68
D27     at Hawaii (2) W 79-71
D28   [10] Georgia Tech (2) L 69-70
J2 [19] [17] • NC State W 58-56
J5 [19]   at Dayton L 63-67
J9   [5] • at North Carolina L 74-75
J14   [2] • Duke (OT) W 78-76
J16     • Clemson W 94-84
J19     at UNLV L 76-78
J21     Holy Cross W 99-75
J26     Notre Dame W 77-65
J27   [14] Villanova W 77-74
J30 [17]   • Virginia W 71-58
F2 [17] [8] • Georgia Tech L 60-72
F4 [17]   Old Dominion W 87-75
F6 [20]   • at Wake Forest W 64-62
F9 [20] [5] • at Duke L 62-70
F13 [20] [13] • North Carolina L 54-60
F17 [20]   • at Clemson L 64-71
F19 [20] [8] • at Georgia Tech L 43-48
F21     Towson W 91-38
F24     • Wake Forest W 69-66
F27   [16] • at NC State W 71-70
M3     • at Virginia W 60-55
M8   [7] Duke (3) L 73-86
M15     Miami-OH (OT) (4) W 69-68
M17     Navy (4) W 64-59
M22     Villanova (5) L 43-46
1-Great Alaska Shootout at Anchorage, Alaska (Sullivan Arena); 2-Rainbow Classic at Honolulu, Hawaii (Blaisdell Center); 3-ACC Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. (Omni); 4-NCAA Southeast Region First and Second Round at Dayton, Ohio (Dayton Arena); 5-NCAA Southeast Regional at Birmingham, Ala. (Birmingham Coliseum)

1985-86
Record: 19-14 H: 10-5 A: 6-7 N: 3-2
ACC: 6-8, 6th place
Postseason: NCAA Second Round
N23 [19]   Northeastern W 84-72
N26 [17]   at George Mason W 81-80
N30 [17]   at Ohio State L 66-78
D3     Fairleigh Dickinson W 74-51
D5     William & Mary W 77-48
D7   [14] UNLV L 61-64
D12     at West Virginia W 42-41
D13     Towson W 91-58
D21     Alabama W 60-58
D28     Stanford (1) W 67-65
D29     at Hawaii-Pacific (1) W 92-85
J4     • Duke L 75-81
J7     Randolph Macon W 74-50
J11     • at Georgia Tech L 67-68
J14   [1] • North Carolina L 67-71
J19     • at Virginia L 49-70
J23     • NC State L 55-67
J25   [2] • at Duke L 68-80
J28     • Wake Forest W 77-55
F1     at Villanova L 62-64
F3   [14] at Notre Dame L 62-69
F8     • Clemson W 78-69
F13   [17] • at NC State W 67-66
F15     • at Clemson L 60-70
F17     UMES W 91-44
F20   [1] • at North Carolina (OT) W 77-72
F22   [5] • Georgia Tech L 70-77
F26     • at Wake Forest (2) W 59-48
M1     • Virginia W 87-72
M7   [4] North Carolina (3) W 85-75
M8   [6] Georgia Tech (3) L 62-64
M14     Pepperdine (4) W 69-64
M16   [11] UNLV (4) L 64-70
1-Hawaii-Pacific Tournament at Wailuku, Hawaii (War Memorial Coliseum); 2-at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 3-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 4-NCAA First and Second Round at Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Arena)

1986-87
Record: 9-17 H: 8-8 A: 1-8 N: 0-1
ACC: 0-14, 8th
D27     Winthrop W 76-58
D29     Fairleigh Dickinson W 70-59
D31     Notre Dame L 50-63
J3   [19] • at NC State L 47-69
J5     Towson W 79-71
J8   [3] • at North Carolina L 65-98
J10     • Virginia L 64-71
J14   [14] • Duke L 61-85
J17   [12] • at Clemson L 64-72
J19     Bucknell W 77-68
J21     West Virginia W 65-62
J24     at Old Dominion L 73-87
J28     at James Madison W 90-76
F1     • at Georgia Tech L 72-76
F2     • at Wake Forest L 58-69
F4   [12] • Clemson L 79-80
F7   [16] • at Duke L 67-76
F10     • Georgia Tech L 74-78
F14   [3] • North Carolina L 86-93
F16     Central Florida W 73-55
F18     UMBC W 78-64
F22     • Wake Forest L 68-75
F25     • NC State L 72-85
F27     UMES W 117-51
M1     • at Virginia L 77-82
M6   [2] North Carolina (1) L 63-82
1-ACC Tournament at Landover, Md. (Capital Centre)

1987-88
Record: 18-13 H: 8-4 A: 6-7 N: 4-2
ACC: 6-8, 5th place
Postseason: NCAA Second Round
N27     Loyola (Md.) (1) W 74-60
N28     Mississippi (1) W 77-69
D3     Winthrop W 65-52
D5     at West Virginia L 49-75
D8     at Mount St. Mary's W 82-54
D10     East Carolina W 75-59
D12     at Louisiana State L 54-55
D28     South Carolina W 82-77
D30     Arkansas W 88-61
J2     • Wake Forest W 93-76
J6     at Missouri L 85-93
J9     • Clemson W 68-53
J14   [2] • North Carolina L 65-71
J16   [7] • at Duke W 72-69
J20     • at Virginia L 72-84
J27     • NC State L 81-83
F2     at Notre Dame W 78-75
F6     at Old Dominion W 70-65
F8     • Georgia Tech L 83-96
F10     • at Clemson W 70-66
F13   [8] • Duke L 83-90
F17     • at Georgia Tech L 82-104
F20   [5] • at North Carolina L 73-74
F25     UMES W 101-51
F27     • at Wake Forest (2) W 70-65
M3   [16] • at NC State L 68-74
M5     • Virginia W 69-63
M11   [18] Georgia Tech (3) W 84-67
M12   [9] North Carolina (3) L 64-74
M18     UC Santa Barbara (4) W 92-82
M20   [6] Kentucky (4) L 81-90
1-MCI Harbor Classic at Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Arena); 2-at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 3-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 4-NCAA First and Second Round at Cincinnati, Ohio (Riverfront Coliseum)

1988-89
Record: 9-20 H: 5-9 A: 0-10 N: 4-1
ACC: 1-13, 8th place
N25     Texas Christian (1) W 74-67
N26     Georgia State (1) W 69-62
D1     UMES W 97-53
D5     at South Carolina L 51-57
D7     Morgan State W 73-61
D10     at Arkansas L 68-73
D13     Monmouth W 74-70
D27     West Virginia L 61-69
D29     Lamar (2) W 74-65
D30     at Texas-El Paso (2) L 51-69
J2     Louisiana State L 77-79
J4     • at Wake Forest L 60-70
J7     • at Clemson L 58-75
J11   [8] • at North Carolina L 72-88
J14   [1] • Duke L 72-82
J17     • Virginia (OT) L 58-64
J24   [5] Missouri L 73-87
J29   [15] NC State L 67-90
F1     UMBC W 78-66
F4     • at Georgia Tech L 74-87
F7     • Clemson W 98-87
F11   [14] • at Duke L 60-86
F14     • Georgia Tech L 66-67
F19   [8] • North Carolina L 75-86
F25     • Wake Forest L 61-75
M2   [20] • at NC State L 77-94
M5     • at Virginia L 59-86
M10   [17] NC State (3) W 71-49
M11   [9] North Carolina (3) L 58-88
1-Freedom Bowl Classic at Irvine, Calif. (Bren Events Center); 2-Sun Bowl Tournament at El Paso, Texas (Special Events Center); 3-ACC Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. (Omni)

1989-90
Record: 19-14 H: 12-4 A: 3-6 N: 4-4
ACC: 6-8, 5th place (tie)
Postseason: NIT Second Round
N25     Delaware State W 87-53
N27     Augusta College W 105-74
D1     South Carolina (1) L 51-52
D2     Army (1) W 78-60
D4     Connecticut (2) L 65-87
D9     Jacksonville W 68-53
D12     Coppin State L 63-70
D22     George Mason (3) W 104-86
D23     E. Tennessee State (3) W 91-86
D24     Sacramento State (3) W 98-68
D30     Alcorn State W 110-91
J4     • Wake Forest W 88-82
J6     • at Clemson L 77-82
J10     • North Carolina W 98-88
J13   [10] • at Duke L 80-91
J17     • at Virginia W 74-72
J20     Boston University (4) L 61-65
J23     South Florida W 84-66
J27     • at NC State L 61-81
J29     Virginia Tech W 89-80
F3   [17] • Georgia Tech L 84-90
F7     • Clemson L 73-75
F10   [4] • Duke (OT) L 111-114
F13   [13] • at Georgia Tech L 78-80
F17     • at North Carolina W 80-76
F19     at So. California W 64-62
F22     UMBC W 113-61
F24     • at Wake Forest L 74-84
F28     • NC State W 96-95
M3     • Virginia W 89-74
M9   [12] Duke (5) L 84-104
M15     Massachusetts (6) W 91-81
M19     at Penn State (7) L 78-80
1-Central Fidelity Classic at Richmond, Va. (Robbins Center); 2-ACC/Big East Challenge, Hartford at Conn. (Hartford Civic Center); 3-Chaminade Christmas Classic at Honolulu, Hawaii (Blaisdell Center); 4-at Boston, Mass. (Boston Garden); 5-ACC Tournament at Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum); 6-National Invitation Tournament at College Park, Md. (Cole Field House); 7-National Invitation Tournament at State College, Pa. (Recreation Building)

1990-91
Record: 16-12 H: 11-3 A: 3-8 N: 2-1
ACC: 5-9, 7th place
N26     Towson W 93-69
N28     Southern California W 72-59
D1     at West Virginia L 85-90
D3     Boston College (1) L 85-100
D8     at Jacksonville L 70-71
D11     UC Irvine W 93-79
D22     Lafayette W 64-48
D27     Rutgers (2) W 86-81
D29   [12] South Carolina (2) W 78-69
J2     •at Wake Forest L 62-74
J5     • Clemson W 81-65
J7     UMBC W 92-66
J9   [5] • at North Carolina L 73-105
J12   [14] • Duke L 78-94
J16   [14] • Virginia L 62-76
J19     at South Florida W 87-81
J22     Boston University W 85-59
J26     • NC State W 104-100
J29     American W 72-69
F1   [23] • at Georgia Tech L 65-80
F6     • at Clemson L 69-73
F9   [6] • at Duke L 81-101
F13     • Georgia Tech W 96-93
F16   [8] • North Carolina L 75-87
F19     at Virginia Tech W 82-67
F23     • Wake Forest W 86-78
F27     • at NC State L 91-114
M2   [25] • at Virginia (OT) W 78-74
1-ACC/Big East Challenge at Richmond, Va. (Richmond Coliseum); 2-ECAC Holiday Festival at New York, N.Y. (Madison Square Garden)

1991-92
Record: 14-15 H: 10-5 A: 2-7 N: 2-3
ACC: 5-11, 8th place
N23     Mount St. Mary's W 83-53
N26     UMES W 115-60
N30     American W 93-68
D4     Providence (1) W 76-66
D7     West Virginia W 101-91
D10     at Louisville L 79-96
D21     Towson W 83-76
D23     Rider W 83-69
D28     Rutgers (2) L 79-95
D30     Evansville (2) L 64-75
J5   [15] • at Georgia Tech L 67-92
J8   [1] • Duke L 66-83
J11     • at NC State L 88-94
J13   [14] • at North Carolina L 76-96
J18     • Florida State (OT) L 83-91
J22     • Wake Forest L 76-86
J25     • Clemson W 84-71
J29     • at Virginia L 75-82
F5     • at Florida State W 93-85
F9   [24] • Georgia Tech L 65-67
F13     • NC State W 77-74
F20   [1] • at Duke L 89-91
F22     • at Clemson L 70-82
F25     UNC Greensboro W 84-55
M1   [10] • North Carolina W 82-80
M5     • at Wake Forest W 77-66
M7     • Virginia L 74-76
M8     Clemson (3) W 81-75
M9   [1] Duke (3) L 87-94
1-ACC/Big East Challenge at Hartford, Conn. (Hartford Civic Center); 2-Fiesta Bowl Classic at Tucson, Ariz. (McKale Center); 3-ACC Tournament at Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum)

1992-93
Record: 12-16 H: 8-7 A: 2-8 N: 2-1
ACC: 2-14, 8th place
D1     UMBC W 103-80
D5     at West Virginia L 72-86
D7     UMES W 94-63
D10     American W 98-67
D12     at La Salle W 93-76
D23     Towson W 78-68
D26     Morgan State W 103-63
D28     Louisville W 72-67
J2     Howard W 109-69
J5   [10] • Georgia Tech L 75-85
J9   [6] • at North Carolina L 73-101
J13     • at Florida State L 85-105
J16     • Wake Forest L 73-86
J19     Oklahoma (1) W 89-78
J23     • at NC State W 70-65
J26     • at Clemson L 72-82
J30   [7] • Duke L 62-78
F4   [24] • Virginia L 68-70
F6   [22] • at Georgia Tech L 79-93
F9   [6] • North Carolina L 63-77
F13   [10] • Florida State L 84-87
F17   [10] • at Wake Forest L 64-88
F24     • NC State W 88-71
F27     • Clemson L 73-81
M3   [6] • at Duke L 79-95
M6     • at Virginia L 74-88
M11     NC State (2) W 76-55
M12   [1] North Carolina (2) L 66-102
1-at Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Arena); 2-ACC Tournament at Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum)

1993-94
Record: 18-12 H: 10-3 A: 4-6 N: 4-3
ACC: 8-8, 4th place (tie)
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen,  USA Today/CNN No. 11
N26   [15] at Georgetown (OT) (1) W 84-83
N27     Cornell W 92-41
N30     Rider W 93-79
D2     UMBC W 89-80
D4     Morgan State W 85-62
D7     Oklahoma (2) L 85-88
D23     Towson (3) W 109-71
D28     Hofstra (4) W 93-67
D29   [9] Massachusetts (4) L 80-94
J4   [12] • at Georgia Tech W 91-88
J8   [2] • North Carolina L 70-75
J11     • Florida State W 80-74
J15     • at Wake Forest W 61-58
J22 [25]   • NC State W 102-70
J26 [18]   • Clemson W 73-53
J29 [18] [2] • at Duke L 62-75
F2 [21]   • at Virginia L 66-73
F5 [21]   • Georgia Tech L 71-83
F10   [1] • at North Carolina L 89-95
F12     • at Florida State W 69-66
F16     • Wake Forest W 81-58
F19     Loyola (Md.) W 94-71
F23     • at NC State L 71-79
F26     • at Clemson L 67-73
M2   [2] • Duke L 69-73
M5     • Virginia W 70-68
M11     Virginia (5) L 63-69
M17   [24] St. Louis (6) W 74-66
M19   [8] Massachusetts (6) W 95-87
M25   [11] Michigan (7) L 71-78
1-at Landover, Md. (Capital Centre); 2-at Oklahoma City, Okla. (The Myriad); 3-at Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Arena); 4-Hall of Fame Classic at Springfield, Mass. (Springfield Civic Center); 5-ACC Tournament at Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum); 6-NCAA Midwest Region First and Second Rounds at Wichita, Kan. (Kansas Coliseum); 7-NCAA Midwest Regional at Dallas, Texas (Reunion Arena)

1994-95
Record: 26-8 H: 16-0 A: 4-4 N: 6-4
ACC: 12-4, ACC Regular Season Co-Champion
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen, AP No. 10, USA Today/CNN No. 11
N21 [7]   Chaminade (1) W 95-67
N22 [7]   Utah (1) W 90-78
N23 [7]   Arizona State (1) L 90-97
N29 [11]   Loyola (Md.) W 92-62
D3 [11]   Bucknell W 102-64
D5 [11]   UMBC W 102-77
D8 [11]   Colgate W 113-53
D10 [11] [5] Massachusetts (2) L 74-85
D12 [12]   Towson W 120-73
D23 [11]   Morgan State W 138-72
D27 [9]   La Salle W 96-80
D30 [9]   American W 98-77
J4 [7] [24] • Georgia Tech W 80-67
J7 [7] [1] • at North Carolina L 90-100
J10 [9]   • at Florida State W 70-57
J14 [9] [14] • Wake Forest W 76-66
J22 [8]   • at NC State W 84-67
J25 [8]   • at Clemson W 56-51
J28 [8]   • Duke W 74-72
F1 [5] [15] • Virginia W 71-62
F4 [5] [21] • at Georgia Tech L 91-100
F7 [8] [1] • North Carolina W 86-73
F11 [8]   • Florida State W 80-65
F15 [7] [14] • at Wake Forest L 54-63
F19 [7]   Cincinnati (3) W 74-72
F22 [7]   • NC State W 84-71
F25 [7]   • Clemson W 84-68
M1 [6]   • at Duke W 94-92
M5 [6] [13] • at Virginia L 67-92
M10 [10]   Florida State (4) W 71-64
M11 [10] [4] North Carolina (OT) (4) L 92-97
M16 [10]   Gonzaga (5) W 87-63
M18 [10]   Texas (5) W 82-68
M23 [10] [8] Connecticut (6) L 89-99
1-Maui Invitational at Lahaina, Hawaii (Lahaina Civic Center); 2-at Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Arena); 3-at San Antonio, Texas (Alamodome); 4-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 5-NCAA West Region First and Second Round at Salt Lake City, Utah (Jon Huntsman Center); 6-NCAA West Regional at Oakland, Calif. (Oakland Coliseum)

1995-96
Record: 17-13 H: 11-3 A: 3-5 N: 3-5
ACC: 8-8, 4th place (tie)
Postseason: NCAA First Round
N24 [14] [1] Kentucky (1) L 84-96
N27 [19]   Towson (2) W 70-67
D2 [19] [5] Massachusetts (3) L 47-50
D3 [19]   George Washington (3) W 98-81
D6 [20]   Howard W 88-71
D9 [20]   UCLA (4) L 63-73
D13     Rider W 83-67
D23     American W 104-79
D28     UMES W 104-66
J3     • at Georgia Tech L 84-98
J6   [16] • North Carolina (OT) L 86-88
J13   [8] • at Wake Forest L 64-77
J17     Delaware State W 118-55
J20     • NC State (OT) W 77-74
J24   [18] • Clemson W 65-60
J28     • at Duke L 73-83
F1     • at Virginia W 80-72
F3   [25] • Georgia Tech W 88-74
F6   [12] • at North Carolina W 84-78
F10     • at Florida State L 78-100
F15   [8] • Wake Forest L 78-85
F18     Missouri W 91-72
F22     • at NC State W 86-84
F24     • at Clemson L 61-68
F28     • Duke L 75-77
M2     • Virginia W 83-71
M4     • Florida State W 88-78
M8     Duke (5) W 82-69
M9   [18] Georgia Tech (5) L 79-84
M15     Santa Clara (6) L 79-91
1-Hall of Fame Tip-Off Classic at Springfield, Mass. (Springfield Civic Center); 2-at Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Arena); 3-Franklin National Bank Classic at Landover, Md. (USAir Arena); 4-John Wooden Classic at Anaheim, Calif. (Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim); 5-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 6-NCAA West Region First Round at Tempe, Ariz. (Special Events Center)

1996-97
Record: 21-11 H: 11-3 A: 5-4 N: 5-4
ACC: 9-7, 4th place (tie)
Postseason: NCAA First Round, AP No. 22
N26     Howard W 93-55
N30     Towson State W 93-76
D2     Chicago State W 94-44
D4     UMBC W 67-31
D8     California (1) W 80-64
D9     George Washington (1) W 74-68
D12     Georgia Tech W 77-63
D21 [25]   American W 81-74
D23 [21]   Lafayette W 108-67
D27 [21]   Pittsburgh (2) W 66-63
D28 [21]   at Hawaii (2) W 76-59
D30 [19]   Georgia (OT) (2) L 65-73
J4 [19]   Virginia W 78-62
J8 [19] [13] at North Carolina W 85-75
J12 [19]   at NC State W 68-59
J15 [11] [3] Clemson L 63-67
J19 [11] [2] at Wake Forest W 54-51
J21 [7]   Pennsylvania (3) W 103-73
J26 [7] [10] Duke W 74-70
J29 [5]   at Florida State L 70-74
F1 [5] [2] Wake Forest L 69-74
F5 [7]   NC State W 66-55
F8 [7] [10] at Clemson L 68-80
F13 [10]   Florida State W 73-57
F15 [10]   Massachusetts (4) L 61-78
F19 [14]   at Georgia Tech W 76-68
F22 [14] [12] North Carolina L 81-93
F27 [16] [7] at Duke L 69-81
M2 [16]   at Virginia L 74-81
M7 [22] [13] Clemson (5) W 76-61
M8 [22]   NC State (5) L 58-65
M13 [22] [16] College of Charleston (6) L 66-75
1-Franklin National Bank Classic at Landover, Md. (USAir Arena); 2-Rainbow Classic at Honolulu, Hawaii (Blaisdell Center); 3-at Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Arena); 4-at Worcester, Mass. (Worcester Centrum); 5-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 6-NCAA Southeast Region First Round at Memphis, Tenn. (The Pyramid)

1997-98
Record: 21-11 H: 12-2 A: 3-5 N: 6-4
ACC: 10-6, 3rd place
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen, AP No. 20, USA Today/NABC No. 22
N14   [7] South Carolina (OT) (1) L 72-76
N18     Fairleigh Dickinson W 81-70
N22     Mount St. Mary's W 102-74
N25 [24]   Florida International W 117-70
D4 [23] [17] • at Clemson (OT) L 65-78
D7 [23] [2] Kansas (2) W 86-83
D8 [19]   George Washington (2) L 66-70
D13 [19]   UMBC W 104-66
D22 [20]   UNC Asheville W 110-52
D27 [20]   UNC Wilmington W 74-36
D30 [20]   at Missouri L 79-83
J3 [20] [3] • Duke L 72-104
J7   [13] • Florida State W 81-74
J10     • at NC State W 68-65
J14   [1] • North Carolina (OT) W 89-83
J17     • at Wake Forest L 60-72
J21     • at Georgia Tech W 70-67
J24   [23] • Clemson W 74-69
J29 [23] [1] • at Duke L 59-86
F1 [23]   • Virginia W 77-70
F7 [25]   • at Florida State W 68-62
F11 [24]   • NC State W 78-63
F14 [24] [1] • at North Carolina L 67-85
F19 [25]   • Wake Forest L 79-83
F21 [25]   • Georgia Tech W 81-69
F24     • at Virginia W 74-66
F28   [24] Temple (3) W 83-66
M6 [20]   Georgia Tech (4) W 83-65
M7 [20] [1] North Carolina (OT) (4) L 73-83
M12 [20]   Utah State (5) W 82-68
M14 [20] [22] Illinois (5) W 67-61
M19 [20] [4] Arizona (6) L 79-87
1-Black Coaches Association Classic at Minneapolis, Minn. (Target Center); 2-Franklin National Bank Classic at Washington, D.C. (MCI Center); 3-at Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Arena); 4-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 5-NCAA West Region First and Second Round at Sacramento, Calif. (Arco Arena); 6-NCAA West Regional at Anaheim, Calif. (Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim)

1998-99
Record: 28-6 H: 13-1 A: 7-3 N: 8-2
ACC: 13-3, 2nd place
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen, AP No. 5, USA Today/NABC No. 8
N14 [6]   Western Carolina W 113-46
N17 [6]   UMBC W 90-62
N20 [6]   Hofstra W 89-59
N23 [5]   Duquesne W 81-47
N26 [5]   at AU Puerto Rico (1) W 82-32
N27 [5] [10] UCLA (1) W 70-54
N28 [5]   Pittsburgh (1) W 87-52
D3 [2]   Wake Forest W 92-69
D6 [2] [5] Stanford (2) W 62-60
D7 [2]   DePaul (2) W 92-75
D12 [2] [5] at Kentucky L 91-103
D19 [5]   Princeton (3) W 81-58
D23 [5]   North Texas W 132-57
D27 [5]   South Carolina State W 104-70
J3 [4] [2] • Duke L 64-82
J7 [5]   • at Virginia W 71-66
J10 [5]   • NC State W 94-48
J13 [5] [9] • at North Carolina W 89-76
J19 [4]   • at Georgia Tech W 77-62
J24 [4]   • at Clemson (OT) W 81-79
J27 [4]   • Florida State W 107-87
J31 [4]   • at Wake Forest L 72-85
F3 [7] [2] • at Duke L 77-95
F6 [7]   • Virginia W 88-72
F10 [7]   • at NC State W 63-50
F13 [7] [12] • North Carolina W 81-64
F21 [5]   • Georgia Tech W 91-60
F24 [5]   • Clemson W 77-60
F27 [5]   • at Florida State W 84-75
M5 [5]   Florida State (4) W 93-69
M6 [5] [15] North Carolina (4) L 79-86
M11 [5]   Valparaiso (5) W 82-60
M13 [5]   Creighton (5) W 75-63
M18 [5] [9] St. John's (6) L 62-76
1-Puerto Rico Shootout at Bayamon, P.R. (Eugenio Guerra Sports Complex); 2-BB&T Classic at Washington, D.C. (MCI Center); 3-at Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Arena); 4-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum); 5- NCAA South Region First and Second Rounds at Orlando, Fla. (Orlando Arena); 6-NCAA South Regional at Knoxville, Tenn. (Thompson-Boling Arena)

1999-00
Record: 25-10 H: 15-1 A: 4-5 N: 6-4
ACC: 11-5, 2nd place, ACC Tournament Finalist
Postseason: NCAA Second Round, AP No. 17, USA Today/ESPN No. 25
N17     San Francisco (1) W 71-61
N19     Tulane (1) W 78-70
N22 [24]   Fairleigh Dickinson W 104-45
N24 [24] [11] Kentucky (2) L 58-61
N26 [24]   Notre Dame (2) W 72-67
N30 [24]   Iowa (3) W 83-65
D4 [24] [16] Illinois (4) W 69-67
D5 [24]   George Washington (4) L 69-74
D7 [21]   Winthrop (OT) W 76-65
D11 [21] [23] Kentucky W 72-66
D27 [14]   George Mason W 69-66
D30 [14]   UMBC W 82-52
J2 [14]   Coastal Carolina W 100-48
J6 [12]   • at NC State L 66-68
J9 [12] [8] • Duke L 70-80
J15 [18]   • at Georgia Tech L 68-69
J19 [24]   • Wake Forest W 71-53
J22 [24]   Clemson W 74-62
J27 [22]   • at North Carolina L 63-75
J29 [22]   • at Florida State W 82-63
F2 [25]   • Virginia W 91-79
F6 [25]   • NC State W 78-73
F9 [23] [3] • at Duke W 98-87
F13 [23] [19] at Temple L 65-73
F16 [22]   • Georgia Tech W 92-70
F19 [22]   • at Wake Forest W 73-67
F22 [19]   • at Clemson W 76-63
F26 [19]   • North Carolina W 81-73
M1 [17]   • Florida State W 85-70
M4 [17]   • at Virginia (OT) L 87-89
M10 [20]   Florida State (5) W 82-61
M11 [20]   NC State (5) W 64-61
M12 [20] [3] Duke (5) L 68-81
M16 [17]   Iona (6) W 74-59
M18 [17]   UCLA (6) L 70-105
1-Preseason NIT at College Park, Md. (Cole Field House); 2-Preseason NIT at New York, N.Y. (Madison Square Garden); 3-ACC/Big Ten Challenge at Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Arena); 4-BB&T Classic at Washington, D.C. (MCI Center); 5-ACC Tournament at Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum); 6-NCAA Midwest Region First and Second Round at Minneapolis, Minn. (HHH Metrodome)

2000-01
Record: 25-11 H: 11-3 A: 6-3 N: 8-5
ACC: 10-6, 3rd place
Postseason: NCAA National Semifinalist,  AP No. 11, USA Today/ESPN No. 4
N20 [6]   Louisville (1) W 95-73
N21 [6] [8] Illinois (1) L 80-90
N22 [6]   Dayton (1) L 71-77
N29 [13] [23] at Wisconsin (2) (OT) L 75-78
D2 [13]   Michigan (3) W 82-51
D3 [13]   George Washington (3) W 71-63
D6 [19]   Stony Brook W 107-59
D9 [19]   at Pennsylvania W 87-81
D13 [20]   UMBC W 93-67
D23 [20]   Norfolk State W 123-79
D27 [18]   Chicago State W 117-55
D30 [18]   UMES W 105-53
J2 [17]   • at Clemson W 104-92
J6 [17]   • Georgia Tech W 93-80
J10 [14] [9] • North Carolina L 83-86
J14 [14]   • at Florida State W 76-55
J17 [12] [10] • Wake Forest W 81-71
J21 [12]   • at NC State W 75-61
J27 [8] [2] • Duke (OT) L 96-98
J31 [9] [11] • at Virginia L 78-99
F4 [9]   • Clemson W 69-54
F6 [13]   • at Georgia Tech L 62-72
F10 [13] [1] • at North Carolina L 82-96
F14 [17]   • Florida State L 71-74
F17 [17] [23] • at Wake Forest W 73-57
F20 [20]   • NC State W 95-66
F24 [20] [16] Oklahoma W 68-60
F27 [16] [2] • at Duke W 91-80
M3 [16] [7] • Virginia W 102-67
M9 [11] [22] Wake Forest (4) W 71-53
M10 [11] [3] Duke (4) L 82-84
M15 [11]   George Mason (5) W 83-80
M17 [11]   Georgia State (5) W 79-60
M22 [11] [21] Georgetown (6) W 76-66
M24 [11] [2] Stanford (6) W 87-73
M31 [11] [1] Duke (7) L 84-95
1-Maui Invitational at Lahaina, Hawaii (Lahaina Civic Center); 2-ACC/Big Ten Challenge at Milwaukee, Wisc. (Bradley Center); 3-BB&T Classic at Washington, D.C. (MCI Center); 4-ACC Tournament at Atlanta, Ga. (Georgia Dome); 5-NCAA West Region First and Second Round at Boise, Idaho (BSU Pavilion); 6-NCAA West Regional at Anaheim, Calif. (Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim); 7-NCAA Final Four at Minneapolis, Minn. (HHH Metrodome)

2001-02
Record: 32-4 H: 15-0 A: 7-2 N: 10-2
ACC: 15-1, ACC Regular Season Champion
Postseason: NCAA National Champion, AP No. 4, USA Today/ESPN No. 1
N8 [2]   Arizona (1) L 67-71
N9 [2] [16] Temple (1) W 82-74
N17 [2]   American W 83-53
N24 [6]   Delaware State W 77-53
N27 [5] [2] Illinois (2) W 76-63
D2 [5]   Princeton (3) W 61-53
D3 [3]   Connecticut (3) W 77-65
D9 [3]   Detroit W 79-54
D11 [3]   Monmouth W 91-55
D21 [2] [22] at Oklahoma L 56-72
D27 [8]   William & Mary W 103-75
D30 [8]   • at NC State W 72-65
J3 [8]   Norfolk State W 92-69
J9 [4]   • North Carolina W 112-79
J13 [4]   • at Georgia Tech W 92-87
J17 [3] [1] • at Duke L 78-99
J20 [3]   • Clemson W 99-90
J23 [3] [21] • at Wake Forest W 85-63
J26 [3]   • Florida State W 84-63
J31 [3] [8] • at Virginia W 91-87
F3 [3]   • NC State W 89-73
F10 [3]   • at North Carolina W 92-77
F13 [3]   • Georgia Tech W 85-65
F17 [3] [1] • Duke W 87-73
F20 [2]   • at Clemson W 84-68
F24 [2] [20] • Wake Forest W 90-89
F27 [2]   • at Florida State W 96-63
M3 [2]   • Virginia W 112-92
M8 [2]   Florida State (4) W 85-59
M9 [2]   NC State (4) L 82-86
M15 [4]   Siena (5) W 85-70
M17 [4]   Wisconsin (5) W 87-57
M22 [4] [16] Kentucky (6) W 78-68
M24 [4] [10] Connecticut (6) W 90-82
M30 [4] [2] Kansas (7) W 97-88
A1 [4]   Indiana (7) W 64-52
1-Coaches vs. Cancer IKON Classic at New York, N.Y. (Madison Square Garden); 2-ACC/Big Ten Challenge at College Park, Md. (Cole Field House); 3-BB&T Classic at Washington, D.C. (MCI Center); 4-ACC Tournament at Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum); 5-NCAA East Region First and Second Round at Washington, D.C. (MCI Center); 6-NCAA East Regional at Syracuse, N.Y. (Carrier Dome); 7-NCAA Final Four at Atlanta, Ga. (Georgia Dome)

2002-03
Record: 21-10 H: 14-2 A: 4-4 N: 3-4
ACC: 11-5, T-2nd place
Postseason: NCAA Sweet Sixteen, AP No. 17,  USA Today/ESPN No. 10
N12 [12]   Miami (Ohio) W 64-49
N27 [11]   The Citadel W 97-49
N30 [11]   Duquesne W 89-39
D3 [9] [10] Indiana (1) (OT) L 74-80
D7 [9]   vs. Notre Dame (2) L 67-79
D8 [9]   vs. George Washington (2) W 93-82
D14 [18] [14] Florida L 64-69
D23 [23]   UMBC W 101-60
D29 [23]   • Georgia Tech W 84-77
J4 [22]   Wagner W 79-57
J8 [21]   Hampton W 108-58
J11 [21]   • Florida State W 89-62
J15 [17] [19] • at Wake Forest L 72-81
J18 [17] [1] • Duke W 87-72
J22 [12]   • at North Carolina W 81-66
J25 [12]   • at Clemson W 52-47
J30 [10]   • NC State W 75-60
F2 [10]   Loyola (Md.) W 85-58
F6 [8]   • Virginia L 78-86
F9 [8]   • at Georgia Tech L 84-90
F12 [16]   • at Florida State W 74-72
F17 [13] [10] • Wake Forest W 90-67
F19 [13] [8] • at Duke L 70-75
F22 [13]   • North Carolina W 96-56
F25 [14]   • Clemson W 91-52
M2 [14]   • at NC State W 68-65
M9 [13]   • at Virginia L 78-80
M14 [14]   vs. North Carolina (3) L 72-84
M21 [17]   vs. UNC Wilmington (4) W 75-73
M23 [17] [12] vs. Xavier (4) W 77-64
M28 [17]   vs. Michigan State (5) L 58-60
1-ACC/Big Ten Challenge at Indianapolis, Ind. (Conseco Fieldhouse), 2-BB&T Classic at Washington, D.C. (MCI Center), 3-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum), 4-NCAA South Region First and Second Round at Nashville, Tenn. (Gaylord Entertainment Center), 5-NCAA South Regional at San Antonio, Texas (Alamodome)

2003-04
Record: 20-12 H: 12-4 A: 4-5 N: 4-3
ACC: 7-9, 6th place, ACC Tournament Champion
Postseason: NCAA Second Round, AP No. 19, USA Today/ESPN No. 24
N22 [25]   American W 79-48
N25 [24]   George Mason W 79-64
N29 [24]   Hofstra W 87-72
D2 [25] [15] Wisconsin (1) (OT) W 73-67
D6 [25] [17] Gonzaga (2) L 68-82
D7 [25]   West Virginia (2) (OT) L 77-78
D10   [1] at Florida (OT) W 69-68
D14     Pepperdine W 96-72
D23 [24]   UNC Greensboro W 85-58
D28 [24]   • at Florida State L 75-79
J3     Mount St. Mary's W 89-56
J6     MD-Eastern Shore W 87-38
J14   [9] • North Carolina W 90-84
J17   [12] • at Georgia Tech L 71-81
J21   [1] • Duke L 60-68
J25     • at Clemson W 65-52
J29   [19] • at Wake Forest L 85-93
F1     • NC State L 69-81
F4     • at Virginia W 71-67
F8     • Florida State W 73-62
F15   [14] • at North Carolina L 86-97
F19   [18] • Georgia Tech L 64-75
F22   [3] • at Duke L 63-86
F24     • Clemson W 70-49
F28   [11] • Wake Forest L 83-91
M3   [16] • at NC State W 70-69
M7     • Virginia W 70-61
M12   [15] Wake Forest (3) W 87-86
M13   [17] NC State (3) W 85-82
M14   [5] Duke (3) W 95-87
M18 [19]   UTEP (4) W 86-83
M20 [19]   Syracuse (4) L 70-72
1-ACC/Big Ten Challenge at College Park, Md. (Comcast Center), 2-BB&T Classic at Washington, D.C. (MCI Center), 3-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum), 4-NCAA First and Second Rounds at Denver, Colo. (Pepsi Center)

2004-05
Record: 19-13 H: 15-3 A: 2-7 N: 2-3
ACC: 7-9, T6th place
Postseason: NIT Semifinal
N19 [15]   Jackson State W 93-57
N23 [13]   Mercer W 93-67
N26 [13] [25] vs. Memphis (1) W 84-61
N30 [12] [25] at Wisconsin (2) L 64-69
D4 [12]   vs. George Mason (3) W 78-54
D5 [12]   vs. Geo. Washington (3) L 92-101
D12 [23]   UNC Asheville W 96-72
D19 [23]   • Florida State (OT) W 90-88
D23 [24]   American W 82-61
D28 [24]   Liberty W 112-68
J4 [22]   Mount St. Mary's W 85-53
J8 [22] [3] • at North Carolina L 75-109
J11 [RV] [4] • at Wake Forest L 66-81
J15 [RV]   Temple W 80-69
J19 [RV]   • Virginia W 82-68
J23 [RV] [RV] • NC State L 69-85
J26 [RV] [2] • at Duke W 75-66
J30 [RV] [22] • Georgia Tech W 79-71
F1 [22]   • at Clemson L 73-88
F5 [22]   • at Miami (OT) L 73-75
F8 [RV]   • Virginia Tech W 86-71
F12 [RV] [7] • Duke (OT) W 99-92
F16 [22]   • at NC State L 63-82
F19 [22]   • at Virginia (2OT) W 92-89
F22 [RV]   • Clemson L 93-97
F27 [RV] [2] • North Carolina L 83-85
M5 [RV]   • at Virginia Tech L 76-86
M10     vs. Clemson (4) L 72-84
M16     Oral Roberts (5) W 85-72
M23     Davidson (5) W 78-63
M26     Texas Christian (5) W 85-73
M29     vs. South Carolina (6) L 67-75
1-Hall of Fame Tipoff Classic at Springfield, Mass.; 2-ACC/Big Ten Challenge at Madison Wisconsin (Kohl Center); 3-BB&T Classic at Washington, D.C. (MCI Center); 4-ACC Tournament at Washington D.C. (MCI Center); 5-NIT Tournament at College Park, Md. (Comcast Center); 6-NIT Semifinals at New York, N.Y. (Madison Square Garden)

2005-06
Record: 19-13 H: 14-3 A: 2-7 N: 3-3
ACC: 8-8, 6th place
Postseason: NIT First Round
N18 [21]   Fairleigh Dickinson W 111-85
N21 [20] [8] vs. Gonzaga (1) L 76-88
N22 [20]   vs. Chaminade (1) W 98-69
N23 [20] [RV] vs. Arkansas (1) W 75-62
N27 [20]   Nicholls State W 88-56
N30 [20]   Minnesota (2) W 83-66
D5 [17] [19] vs. Geo. Washington (3) L 70-78
D7 [17]   Western Carolina W 87-57
D11 [17] [6] • Boston College W 73-71
D23 [16]   American W 81-55
D28 [14]   Delaware State W 68-54
D31 [14]   VMI W 99-68
J4 [12]   Texas A&M-CC W 99-73
J7 [12]   • at Miami L 70-84
J11 [21] [1] • at Duke L 52-76
J15 [21] [RV] • Wake Forest W 90-86
J21 [22]   • Virginia Tech W 81-72
J25 [18]   • at Georgia Tech W 86-74
J28 [18]   at Temple L 85-91
F2 [23] [RV] • North Carolina L 62-77
F5 [23] [17] • at NC State L 58-62
F7 [RV]   • Virginia W 76-65
F11 [RV] [2] • Duke L 88-96
F14     • at Clemson L 77-89
F18     • Georgia Tech (OT) W 87-84
F22     • at Florida State L 60-71
F26   [21] • at North Carolina L 57-81
M1     • Miami W 65-61
M3     • at Virginia W 71-70
M9     vs. Georgia Tech (4) W 82-64
M10   [11]  vs. Boston College (4) L 66-80
M18     Manhattan (5) L 84-87
1-EA Sports/Maui Invitational at Lahaina, Hawaii; 2-ACC/Big Ten Challenge; 3-BB&T Classic at Washington, DC); 4-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C.; 5-Postseason NIT

2006-07
Record: 25-9 H: 17-2 A: 6-4 N: 2-3
ACC: 10-6, T3rd place
Postseason: NCAA Second Round, AP No. 18, USA Today/ESPN No. 23
N7 [RV]   Hampton (1) W 102-75
N8 [RV]   Vermont (1) W 81-63
N12 [RV]   Florida A&M W 93-54
N16 [RV]   at. St. John's (2) W 92-60
N17 [RV] [RV] vs. Michigan State (2) W 62-60
N20 [24]   Winthrop W 71-60
N24 [24]   High Point W 81-63
N28 [19] [RV] at Illinois (3) W 72-66
D3 [19]   vs. Notre Dame (4) L 74-81
D6 [22]   Fordham W 79-59
D10 [22] [RV] • at Boston College L 62-73
D13 [RV]   Missouri-Kansas City W 101-50
D23 [RV]   American W 66-54
D28 [RV]   Mount Saint Mary's W 91-50
D31 [RV]   Siena W 94-75
J4 [RV]   Iona W 88-57
J10 [25]   • Miami L 58-63
J13 [25] [14] • Clemson W 92-87
J16 [22]   • at Virginia L 91-103
J21 [22] [23] • at Virginia Tech (OT) L 64-67
J24 [RV] [RV] • Georgia Tech W 80-65
J30 [RV]   • at Florida State L 79-96
F3 [RV]   • at Wake Forest W 79-72
F6 [RV] [RV] • Virginia L 65-69
F11 [RV] [16] • Duke W 72-60
F14     • at NC State W 85-70
F18   [RV] • at Clemson W 82-66
F21 [RV]   • Florida State W 73-55
F25 [RV] [5] • North Carolina W 89-87
F28 [24] [14] • at Duke W 85-77
M3 [24]   • NC State W 79-59
M8 [17]   vs. Miami (5) L 62-67
M15 [18]   vs. Davidson (6) W 82-70
M17 [18] [19] vs. Butler (6) L 59-62
1-2K Sports College Hoops Classic, College Park, Md. (Comcast Center); 2-2K Sports College Hoops Classic, New York, N.Y. (Madison Square Garden); 3-ACC/Big Ten Challenge at Champaign, Illinois (Assembly Hall); 4-BB&T Classic at Washington, D.C.; 5-ACC Tournament at Tampa, Fla. (St. Pete Times Forum); 5-NCAA First and Second Round at Buffalo, N.Y. (HSBC Center)

2007-08
Record: 19-15 H: 13-6 A: 6-5 N: 0-4
ACC: 8-8, T5th place
Postseason: NIT Second Round
N11 [RV]   North Florida (1) W 79-50
N12 [RV]   Hampton (1) W 70-64
N15 [RV]   Northeastern (OT) W 74-72
N19 [RV] [1] vs. UCLA (2) L 59-71
N20 [RV] [RV] vs. Missouri (2) L 70-84
N23 [RV]   Lehigh W 72-51
N28   [RV] Illinois (3) W 69-61
D2     vs. VCU (4) L 76-85
D6     Morgan State W 89-65
D9     • Boston College L 78-81
D12     Ohio L 55-61
D22     American L 59-67
D28     Delaware W 76-46
J2     Savannah State W 75-48
J5     at Charlotte W 76-72
J8     Holy Cross W 73-48
J12     • at Virginia Tech L 66-67
J15     • Wake Forest W 71-64
J19   [1] • at North Carolina W 82-80
J27 [RV] [3] • Duke L 84-93
J30     • Virginia W 85-75
F2     • at Georgia Tech W 88-86
F6     • at Boston College W 70-65
F9     • NC State W 84-70
F13 [RV] [2] • at Duke L 65-77
F16 [RV]   • Florida State W 82-72
F20     • Virginia Tech W 65-69
F23     • at Miami L 63-78
F28     • at Wake Forest W 74-70
M2   [RV] • Clemson L 70-73
M9     • at Virginia L 76-91
M13     vs. Boston College (5) L 68-71
M18     at Minnesota (6) W 68-58
M20     at Syracuse (6) L 72-88
1-CBE Classic, College Park, Md. (Comcast Center); 2-CBE Classic, Kansas City, Mo. (Sprint Center); 3-ACC/Big Ten Challenge; 4-BB&T Classic at Washington, D.C.; 5-ACC Tournament at Charlotte, N.C. (Bobcats Arena); 6-Postseason NIT

2008-09
Record: 21-14 H: 14-4 A: 2-6 N: 5-4
ACC: 7-9, T7th place
Postseason: NCAA Second Round
N14     Bucknell W 81-52
N18     Youngstown State W 73-49
N21     Vermont (OT) W 89-74
N27   [5] vs. Michigan State (1) W 80-62
N28   [9] vs. Gonzaga (1) L 59-81
N30   [21] vs. Georgetown (1) L 48-75
D3     Michigan (2) W 75-70
D7     vs. George Wash. (3) W 76-53
D12 [RV]   Delaware State W 86-58
D22 [RV]   American W 67-51
D27 [RV]   Bryant W 72-51
D30 [RV]   Elon W 76-50
J3 [RV]   Charlotte W 85-75
J7 [RV]   Morgan State L 65-66
J10 [RV]   • Georgia Tech W 68-61
J14     • at Miami L 60-62
J17     • at Florida State (OT) L 73-76
J20     • Virginia W 84-78
J24   [2] • at Duke L 44-85
J27     • Boston College L 67-76
J31     • Miami W 73-68
F3   [3] • at North Carolina L 91-108
F8     • at Georgia Tech W 57-56
F14     • Virginia Tech W 83-73
F17   [13] • at Clemson L 64-93
F21   [3] • North Carolina (OT) W 88-85
F25   [7] • Duke L 67-78
M1     • at NC State W 71-60
M3   [10] • Wake Forest L 63-65
M7     • at Virginia L 63-68
M12     vs. NC State (4) W 74-69
M13   [8] vs. Wake Forest (4) W 75-64
M14   [9] vs. Duke (4) L 61-67
M19     vs. California (5) W 84-71
M21   [3] vs. Memphis (5) L 70-89
1-Old Spice Classic, Orlando, Fla. (Disney Wide World of Sports); 2-Big Ten/ACC Challenge; 3-BB&T Classic, Washington, D.C. (Verizon Center); 4-ACC Tournament, Atlanta, Ga. (Georgia Dome); 5-NCAA West Regional, Kansas City, Mo. (Sprint Center)
 

2009-10
Record: 24-9 H: 15-1 A: 7-3 N: 2-5
ACC: 13-3, T1st place
Postseason: NCAA Second Round
N13 [RV]   Charleston Southern W 89-51
N17 [25]   Fairfield W 71-42
N20 [25]   New Hampshire W 82-55
N23 [25]   vs. Chaminade (1) W 79-51
N24 [21]   vs. Cincinnati (1) L 57-69
N25 [21]   vs. Wsiconsin (1) L 69-78
D1 [RV]   at Indiana (2) W 80-68
D6 [RV] [3] vs. Villanova (3) L 86-95
D12     Eastern Kentucky W 87-72
D22     Winston-Salem State W 98-55
D27     Florida Atlantic W 72-59
D30   [RV] William & Mary L 77-83
J3     at UNC Greensboro W 97-63
J10   [18] • Florida State W 77-68
J12   [RV] •at Wake Forest (OT) L 83-85
J16     • at Boston College W 73-57
J19     Longwood W 106-55
J23     • NC State W 88-64
J26 [RV]   • Miami W 81-59
J31 [RV] [RV] • at Clemson L 53-62
F4 [RV] [RV] • at Florida State W 71-67
F7 [RV]   • North Carolina W 92-71
F10 [RV]   • Virginia ppd. snow
F13 [RV] [8] • at Duke L 56-77
F15 [RV]   • Virginia W 85-66
F17 [RV]   • at NC State W 67-58
F20 [RV] [RV] • Georgia Tech W 76-74
F24 [RV]   • Clemson W 88-79
F27 [RV] [RV] • at Virginia Tech (2ot) W 104-100
M3 [22} [4] • Duke W 79-72
M6 [22]   at Virginia W 74-68
M12 [19]   vs. Georgia Tech (4) L 64-69
M19 [20]   vs. Houston (5) W 89-77
M21 [20] [13] vs. Michigan State (5) L 83-85
1-EA Sports Maui Invitational (Lahaina, Hawaii); 2-Big Ten/ACC Challenge (Bloomington, Ind.); 3-BB&T Classic, Washington, D.C. (Verizon Center); 4-ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C.(Greensboro Coliseum); 5-NCAA Midwest Regional, Spokane, Wash.. (Spokane Arena)
 

2010-11
Record:19-14 H: 14-4 A: 4-6 N: 1-4
ACC: 7-9, T7th place
N8     Seattle Univ. (1) W 105-76
N10     Coll. of Charleston (1) W 75-74
N14     Maine W 89-59
N18 [RV] [5] vs. Pittsburgh (2) L 70-79
N19 [RV] [13] vs. Illinois (2) L 76-80
N23     Delaware State W 72-54
N26     Elon W 76-57
D1     at Penn State (3) W 62-39
D5     vs. Temple (4) L 61-64
D8     UNC Greensboro W 99-56
D12     • Boston College L 75-79
D22     NJIT W 89-50
D29     North Flordia W 85-62
J4     Colgate W 95-40
J9   [1] • at Duke L 64-71
J12     • at Wake Forest W 74-55
J15   [7] at Villanova L 66-74
J20     • Virginia Tech L 57-74
J22     • Clemson W 79-77
J27     • at Virginia W 66-42
J30     • at Georgia Tech W 74-63
F2   [5] • Duke L 62-80
F5     • Wake Forest W 91-70
F9     Longwood W 106-52
F12     • at Boston College L 72-76
F15     • at Virginia Tech L 83-91
F20     •NC State W 87-80
F23   [RV] • Florida State W 78-62
F27   [19] • at North Carolina L 76-87
M2     • at Miami L 66-80
M5     • Virginia L 60-74
M10     vs. NC State(5) W 75-67
M11   [5] vs. Duke (5) L 71-87
1-2K Sports Classic benefiting Coaches vs. Cancer Regional Rounds at College Park, Md. (Comcast Center); 2-2K Sports Classic benefiting Coaches vs. Cancer Championship Rounds at New York, N.Y. (Madison Square Garden); 3-ACC/Big Ten Challenge at State College, Pa. (Bryce Center); 4-BB&T Classic at Washington D.C. (Verizon Center); 5-ACC Tournament at Greensboro, N.C. (Greensboro Coliseum).
 

2011-12
Record:17-15 H: 13-4 A: 1-8 N: 3-3
ACC: 6-10, 8th place
N13     UNCW W 71-62
N17   [16] vs. Alabama (1) L 42-62
N18     vs. Colorado (1) W 78-71
N20     vs. Iona (1) L 63-89
N25     Florida Gulf Coast W 73-67
N29   [RV] Illinois (2) L 62-71
D4     vs. Notre Dame (3) W 78-71
D7     Mount St. Mary's W 77-74
D14     FIU W 65-61
D23     Radford W 65-60
D28     Albany W 83-72
D31     Samford W 75-63
J3     Cornell W 70-62
J8     • at NC State L 74-79
J11     • Wake Forest W 70-64
J15     • Georgia Tech W 61-50
J17   [RV] at Florida State L 70-84
J21     at Temple L 60-73
J25   [8] • Duke L 61-74
J28     • Virginia Tech W 73-69
F1     • at Miami (2OT) L 86-90
F4   [5] • North Carolina L 74-83
F7     • at Clemson W 64-62
F11   [10] •at Duke L 55-73
F16     • Boston College W 81-65
F18   [22] • at Virginia L 44-71
F21     •Miami W 75-70
F25     • at Georgia Tech L 61-63
F29   [6] • at North Carolina L 76-87
M4   [24] • Virginia (OT) L 72-75
M8     • vs. Wake Forest (4) W 82-60
M9   [4] vs. North Carolina (4) L 69-85
1-5-hour Energy Puerto Rico Tip-off (Coliseo de San Juan, San Juan,PR); 2-Big Ten/ACC Challange (Comcast Center, College Park, Md.); 3-BB&T Classic (Verizon Center, Washington, D.C.); 4-ACC Tournament (Philips Arena, Atlanta)
 

2012-13
Record: 25-13 H: 18-3 A: 4-7 N: 3-3
ACC: 8-10, 7th place
Postseason: NIT Semifinals (3-1)
N9    [1] vs. Kentucky (1) L 69-72
N12     Morehead State (2) W 67-45
N16     LIU-Brooklyn (2) W 91-74
N20     Lafayette (2) W 83-74
N24     Georgia Southern W 70-53
N27     at Northwestern (3) W 77-57
D2     vs. George Mason (4) W 69-62
D5     UMES W 100-68
D8     South Carolina State W 61-46
D12     Monmouth W 71-38
D21     Stony Brook W 76-69
D29     Delaware State W 79-50
J1     IUPUI W 81-63
J5     • Virginia Tech L 94-71
J9     • Florida State L 62-65
J13     • at Miami L 47-54
J16   [14] • NC State W 51-50
J19     • at North Carolina L 52-62
J22     • Boston College W 64-59
J26    [1] • at Duke L 64-84
J30     • at Florida State L 71-73
F2     • Wake Forest W 86-60
F7     • at Virginia Tech W 60-55
F10     • Virginia L 69-80
F16   [2] • Duke W 83-81
F19     • at Boston College L 58-69
F23     • Clemson W 72-59
F27     • at Georgia Tech L 68-78
M2     • at Wake Forest W 67-57
M6     • North Carolina L 68-79
M10     • at Virginia (OT) L 58-61
M14     vs. Wake Forest (5) W 75-62
M15   [2] vs. Duke (5) W 83-74
M16     vs. North Carolina (5) L 76-79
M19     Niagara (6) W 86-70
M21     Denver (6) W 62-52
M26     at Alabama (6) W 58-57
A2     vs. Iowa (7) L 60-71
1-Barclays Center Classic (Brooklyn, N.Y.); 2-Barclays Center Classic (Comcast Center, College Park, Md.); 3-Big Ten/ACC Challenge (Evanston, Ill.); 4-BB&T Classic (Verizon Center - Washington, D.C.); 5-ACC Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.); 6-National Invitation Tournament (Campus Sites); 7-National Invitation Tournament (Madison Square Garden-New York, N.Y.)
 

2013-14
Record: 17-15 H: 12-4 A: 2-8 N: 3-3
ACC: 9-9, t-7th place
N8    [18] vs. Connecticut(1) L

77-78

N13     Abilene Christian W 67-44
N17     Oregon State L 83-90
N22     vs. Marist (2) W 68-43
N24     vs. Northern Iowa (2) W 80-66
N25     vs. Providence (2) W 56-52
N29     Morgan State W 89-62
D4    [5] at Ohio State (3) L 60-76
D8     vs. George Washington (4) L 75-77
D12     • at Boston College W 88-80
D14     Florida Atlantic W 66-62
D21     Boston University L 77-83
D29     Tulsa W 85-74
D31     N.C. Central W 70-56
J4     • Georgia Tech W 77-61
J6     • at Pittsburgh L 59-79
J12     • at Florida State L 61-85
J15     • Notre Dame W 75-66
J20     • at NC State L 56-65
J25   [20] • Pittsburgh L 79-83
J29     • Miami W 74-71
F1     • at Virginia Tech W 80-60
F4     • at North Carolina L 63-75
F8     • Florida State W 83-71
F10   [17] • at Virginia L 53-61
F15    [8] • at Duke L 67-69
F18     • Wake Forest W 71-60
F24    [4] • Syracuse L 55-57
M2     • at Clemson (2OT) L 73-77
M4     • Virginia Tech W 64-47
M9     • Virginia (OT) W 75-69
M13     vs. Florida State (5) L 65-67
1-Barclays Center (Brooklyn, N.Y.); 2-Paradise Jam (St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands); 3-Big Ten/ACC Challenge (Columbus, Ohio); 4-BB&T Classic (Verizon Center - Washington, D.C.); 5-ACC Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.)


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