- The Washington Times - Wednesday, November 8, 2006

Last night at Comcast Center:


22-6 Advantage in points off turnovers for Maryland, which capitalized on Vermont’s mistakes throughout the night. The Terps only committed 13 turnovers a night after surrendering the ball 25 times in the season opener against Hampton.


It had been a quiet night for junior James Gist until early in the second half. He secured D.J. Strawberry’s pass and brought it down for a one-handed slam with 15:53 remaining, then waved his arms to celebrate the feat after landing.


Coach Gary Williams pared down his rotation a bit more, using only nine players in the first half and splitting the point guard duties between freshmen Eric Hayes and Greivis Vasquez. Sophomore Dave Neal entered early in the second half, while freshman Landon Milbourne did not appear until the 8:06 mark.

Patrick Stevens

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