- The Washington Times - Monday, January 16, 2006

Last night at Comcast Center

BY THE NUMBERS

22 Assists for Maryland on 31 field goals. Led by point guard D.J. Strawberry (career-high 18 points), the Terps were in far greater control on offense against Wake Forest than they had been since conference play resumed in losses to Miami and Duke .

265 Career 3-pointers for Wake Forest’s Justin Gray, passing Duke’s Bobby Hurley for 10th in ACC history. The senior made seven 3-pointers en route to a 38-point effort against the Terps.

PLAY OF THE GAME

Although Mike Jones enjoyed a fine first half of shooting, his most impressive play might have been a pass. The junior drove into a scrum near the foul line but fired a no-look pass to point guard D.J. Strawberry, who easily converted the layup to put Maryland ahead 23-22.

— Patrick Stevens

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