The Washington Times - December 17, 2009, 07:43AM

In a perfect world, everything that appeared in the dead-tree edition would magically shift to the web and be available there as well so the same work didn’t have to be done twice.

Of course, in a perfect world, newspaper executives would have never decided to give away their product for free on the Internet about 12-15 years ago. So not only would shifting info to Al Gore’s Invention not be a factor, the industry might not be mired in its current straits.

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Anyway, enough of that side issue. The point of this post is to provide online what dead-tree edition readers of this story on men’s basketball assistant pay at Maryland have already seen – the full data set of the eight ACC public schools.

There are four charts, each filed as its own separate entity. There is a rundown of the 24 men’s assistants at the ACC’s public schools, plus a school-by-school look with the numbers from each team’s staff clumped together.

The same sorts of charts exist for the women’s basketball assistants, both individually and as a staff.

As a reminder, Boston College, Duke, Miami and Wake Forest are private schools and not subject to open records request. So that’s why you don’t see them on here.

Also, a few definitions.

* “Base” refers to base pay.

* “Extras” refers to quantifiable additional guaranteed compensation. If someone gets a car provided, that doesn’t count. If someone gets a $5,000 car allowance, it’s included. Things like season tickets are not included. If there’s a dollar figure attached to it, it’s in here.

* “Total” refers to Base and Extras combined.

* “Max Bonus” refers to the maximum bonus that can be quantified by the contracts. For several assistants (notably North Carolina’s men’s assistants, N.C. State men’s assistant Monte Towe and N.C. State’s two paid women’s assistants, there is reference to eligibility for additional bonus compensation in their contracts, but the achievements required to secure that compensation are unspecified).

Think that covers everything. Onward to the data …

 

MEN’S ASSISTANTS, INDIVIDUAL

Asst/SchoolBaseExtrasTotalMax Bonus
Ritchie McKay, UVa
$160,000  
$150,000  
$310,000NA
Steve Robinson, UNC      
$277,000NA$277,000$23,083
Monte Towe, NCSU
$176,748$4,999$181,747NA
Larry Harris, NCSU
$169,959NA$169,959NA
Ron Sanchez, UVa
$150,000$10,000$160,000NA
Jason Williford, UVa
$150,000$10,000$160,000NA
Ron Bradley, CU
$158,550NA$158,550$86,637
Stan Jones, FSU
$146,366NA$146,366NA
Jerod Haase, UNC
$143,500NA$143,500$11,958
C.B. McGrath, UNC
$143,500NA$143,500$11,958
Corey Williams, FSU
$140,000NA$140,000NA
Bill Courtney, VT
$135,000NA$135,000$15,000
Andy Enfield, FSU
$132,000NA$132,000NA
Frank Smith, CU
$131,630NA$131,630$79,907
Pete Strickland, NCSU
$131,016NA$131,016NA
Chuck Driesell, Md.
$99,528$29,940$129,468$54,000
Peter Zaharis, GT
$116,900$7,800$124,700$29,225
Josh Postorino, CU
$115,500NA$115,500$75,875
James Johnson, VT
$115,000NA$115,000$15,000
Ryan Odom, VT
$110,805NA$110,805$15,000
Darryl LaBarrie, GT
$95,000$7,800$102,800$23,750
John O’Connor, GT
$95,000$7,800$102,800  
$23,750
Keith Booth, Md.
$71,441$28,440$99,881$45,500
Robert Ehsan, Md.
$60,000$6,440$66,440$45,500

 

MEN’S ASSISTANTS, TEAM

SchoolBaseExtrasTotalMax Bonus
Virginia$460,000$170,000   
$630,000  
NA
North Carolina  
$564,000NA$564,000$46,999
N.C. State
$477,723  
$4,999$482,722NA
Florida State
$418,366NA$418,366NA
Clemson$405,680NA$405,680$242,419
Virginia Tech
$360,805NA$360,805$45,000
Georgia Tech
$306,900$23,400$330,300$76,725
Maryland$230,969$64,820$295,789$145,000

 

 

WOMEN’S ASSISTANTS, INDIVIDUAL

Asst/SchoolBaseExtrasTotalMax Bonus
Tim Taylor, UVa
$175,000NA$175,000NA
Andrew Calder, UNC
$154,000NA$154,000NA
Angel Elderkin, UVa
$150,000NA$150,000NA
Wendy Palmer, UVa
$125,000$16,000$141,000NA
Richard Barron, NCSU
$130,000$4,999$134,999NA
Stephanie McCormick, NCSU
$130,000$4,999$134,999NA
Tina Langley, Md.
$105,745$28,440$134,185$55,000
Tracey Williams-Johnson, UNC       
$132,000NA$132,000NA
Marlin Chinn, Md.
$91,650$28,440  
$120,090  
$43,000
Cori Close, FSU
$120,000NA$120,000NA
Teri Moten, GT
$103,000$7,800$110,800$25,750
Charlotte Smith, UNC
$110,000   
NA$110,000NA
Eugene Hill, GT
$95,000$7,800$102,800$23,750
A.G. Hall, CU
$101,793NA$101,793$49,448
David Adkins, Md.
$83,650$16,440$100,090$43,000
Lance White, FSU
$100,000NA$100,000NA
Todd Steelman, CU
$98,579NA$98,579$48,644
Octavia Blue, GT
$90,100$7,800$97,900$22,525
Angie Johnson, FSU
$95,000NA$95,000NA
Shellie Greenman, VT
$90,176NA$90,176$12,500
Marla Brumfield, CU
$85,000NA$85,000$45,250
Stacy Cantley, VT
$79,013NA$79,013$12,500
Angela Crosby, VT
$76,000NA$76,000$12,500
Jon Harper, NCSU
$0NA$0NA

 

WOMEN’S ASSISTANTS, TEAM

SchoolBaseExtrasTotalMax Bonus
Virginia$450,000$16,000$466,000NA
North Carolina   
$396,000NA$396,000NA
Maryland$281,045$73,320$354,365$141,000
Florida State
$315,000NA$315,000NA
Georgia Tech
$288,100    
$23,400   
$311,500$72,025
Clemson$285,372NA$285,372   
$143,342
N.C. State
$260,000$9,998$269,998NA
Virginia Tech
$245,729NA$245,729$37,500

Patrick Stevens