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Coach Glick's College & Professional Players List 1989-2008

A detailed account of Coach Glick former players and where they continued their college and/or their professional careers. This handout also includes a list of Coach Glick's former assistant coaches and where they are currently coaching basketball.

Coach Glick's Former PlayersCoach Glick's Former Players

Coach Glick's Career Record 1994-2008

A year by year account of Coach Glick career record at St. Vincent Pallotti (6 seasons), Archbishop Spalding (7 seasons), & Gwynn Park (entering 3rd season).

Coach Glick's Career RecordCoach Glick's Career Record

2007-2008 Gwynn Park Results

2007-2008 Gwynn Park Results2007-2008 Gwynn Park Results

2006-2007 Gwynn Park Results

Results from Coach Glick's first season as the head coach of the Yellow Jackets. Gwynn Park finished 13-10 overall and lost in the 3A South regional semifinals.

2006-2007 Gwynn Park Results2006-2007 Gwynn Park Results

2006-2007 Gwynn Park Stats

Detailed statistics for the 2006-2007 Gwynn Park Yellow Jackets Varsity Boy's Basketball Team.

2006-2007 Gwynn Park Final Stats2006-2007 Gwynn Park Final Stats

Coach Glick's history at Archbishop Spalding 1999-2006

A detailed look at Coach Glick's seven year career record and accomplishments while at Archbishop Spalding from 1999-2006.

Coach Glick's Career at SpaldingCoach Glick's Career at Spalding

Results 2001-2002 Season: BCL Season & Tournaments Champions

Archbishop Spalding High School
        Varsity Boys Basketball Results 2001-2002
November/December        
Loss        30        vs St. Johns         37-64
WON        1        vs St. Francis       46-37
WON        5        at Catonsville             49-46 ot
WON        7        vs National Christian55-42
WON        8        vs Aberdeen+             60-47
WON        14        North Carroll             84-48
WON        15        at Dunbar-Baltimore+ 79-62
WON         17        Westlake            83-53
WON        19        at St. Mar Goretti* 65-45               
WON         22        E. Roosevelt               78-50
Loss        26        vs The Bullis School 45-56
WON        28        vs Tabor Academy (MA) 54-48
WON        30        vs Troy (OH)          77-39
January
WON        2        Bel Air                     73-53
Loss        4        McDonogh* +              43-57 ot
WON        6        at Towson Catholic*   76-56
WON        8        St. Francis*              61-56
WON        11        at Loyola*              61-40
WON        13        Mt. Saint Joseph*    67-61
WON        21        at Cardinal Gibbons* 64-50
WON        25        at Calvert Hall* +    49-46
Loss         27        St. Maria Goretti*    45-47
WON        28        Dulaney+              98-49
February/March        
WON        1        at McDonogh* +              55-46
WON        3        Towson Catholic* +    76-71 2ot
WON        5        at St. Francis* +    77-64
WON        8        Loyola*                     67-58
Loss        10        at Mt. Saint Joseph* +62-71
WON        12        Calvert Hall* +              70-50
WON        17        Cardinal Gibbons*    86-79 ot
WON        22         vs Loyola 1st round of Baltimore Catholic Tourny*              67-44
WON        24        vs Mt. Saint Joseph Semifinals of BCL Tourney *              61-54
WON        25        vs St. Maria Goretti Finals of BCL Tournament*                     45-36
Loss        14        vs Gonzaga (DC) Alhambra Invit Tourn @ Frostburg St (MD)              38-60
WON        15        vs Judge Memorial (UT) ACIT Tournament                               52-49
Loss        16        vs Roanoke Catholic (VA) ACIT Tournament                              70-75 ot

Overall Record: 29-7 BCL Conference Record: 16-3

2001-2002 BCL/MIAA Regular Season & Tournament Champions!

*Denotes BCL league game       +denotes games broadcast live on WNAV 1430AM

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Head Varsity Coach:Mike Glick (3rd Season)

Assistant Varsity Coaches:

Ralph Burley (6th Season)
Dave Bristow (2nd Season)
Andy Sachs (1st Season)
Josh Pratt (3rd Season)

1999-2000 Results1999-2000 Results

Preview 2001-2002 Season

2001-2002 ARCHBISHOP SPALDING BOYS
BASKETBALL PREVIEW


After capturing three Baltimore Catholic League & MIAA championships during the past three years, the Cavaliers won't be sneaking up on anyone this season. Last season's edition of the Cavaliers had a surprisingly successful season - finishing as the regular season champions in the MIAA “A” conference & regular season co-champions in the highly competitive Baltimore Catholic League (BCL). The 2000-01 Cavaliers finished 16-15 (11-5 in BCL/MIAA) and ranked #17 in the Baltimore area by The Sun. Returning 4 of its 5 starters and 85% of its offense, this talented and experienced edition of the Spalding squad seems poised in its pursuit for a fourth BCL Championship.   

Third year Spalding coach Mike Glick, regarded as one of the top young coaches in the Baltimore/Washington DC area, will count on an experienced talent rich team that has the ability to go eleven deep every game. The Cavaliers return eight players and is comprised of 5 seniors, 6 juniors, and 2 sophomores. Manning the point is talented 6’0 senior point guard Landy Thompson. A transfer from the now defunct Newport School, Landy is an extremely intelligent player who possesses excellent athletic ability. His superb ball handling skills help complement his lightning quick moves. Landy’s excellent outside shooting, deft passing and leadership ability will be counted on heavily. With his tremendous upside, Landy is considered by scouting services as the top unsigned point guard in the region. The job of shutting down the opponents best wing/ post player while controlling the boards will fall upon the broad shoulders of 6'5" senior Cory Hudson. Cory has the athletic ability and mental toughness to take over a game both offensively and defensively. As a four-year member of the varsity, Cory is the Cavaliers leading returning offensive rebounder (2.5 orpg) The Cavaliers' other two key returning seniors are Chris Rutland and Matt Hazen. Rutland is a heady 6'3" shooting guard/small forward, who is the team’s most fundamental player. As a three-year member of the varsity, Chris versatility and court savvy will be instrumental in the Cavaliers championship drive. Rutland is the team’s returning assistman (3.0 apg), charges taken (18 charges last season), and led the team in games started (31). Hazen, a rugged 6’0” combo guard, is Spalding’s top defensive guard. Along with the assignment of shutting down the opponent’s best guard, Matt will be looked upon to handle pressure, score, and penetrate defenses. Coming off an excellent summer, Matt, a three year varsity member, is the squads’ the returning leader in steals (1.5 spg). Matt’s heart, tenacity, and intelligence will be crucial to the Cavaliers.

Glick will look heavily to the core of 5 returning juniors that gained valuable experience last year on the varsity. 6’11” center Will Bowers and 6’6” power forward Gus Durr combine to make one of the most talented frontcourts in the class of 2003. Will is a rapidly improving player who the Cavs will look to for rebounding, shot blocking, and scoring, while Gus is a potent offensive weapon with the ability to score quickly and quietly from either the paint or perimeter. Will is the Cavs returning rebounder (6.0 rpg), blocker (2.5 bpg), number of free throws made/attempted and free throw % leader (64/92: 70%). 6’1” shooting guard Tim Brackney, 6’0” combo guard Dave Douglas, and 6’2” shooting guard Matt Latonic will provide the Cavaliers with an awesome trio at depth at guard play off the bench. Timmy, the Cavs returning three point shooter (29 made 3's), is a deadly threat from the outside and will pose major concerns for opponents when they choose to sag or play zone defense. Timmy's intelligent play as well as his crafty ballhandling and passing ability will be counted on heavily. Dave, with his tremendous lateral quickness, is the team’s best on the ball defender. His rapidly improving ballhandling and shooting will make Dave an impact player before season’s ends. Matt, an all-county lacrosse player, is another tremendous outside shooter. By making major strides in his defensive play and physical strength, during the off-season, Matt has developed into an all-around player who will aid the Cavs greatly.

Moving up from last seasons championship JV team is 6’0 junior Aaron Hochel, & the sophomore duet of 6’11 Jason Loughry, & 5’11 Jessie Brooks. Brooks and Loughry are two players that ensure Spalding’s future is extremely bright. This season they will gain valuable experience as the teams back up center and point guard respectively. Rounding out the team is 5'9" senior Derek Platt. Derek is an all county lacrosse player who is spending his first year in the Cavs basketball program.
               
Head Coach Bio

Coach Mike Glick enters his third season as the Head Boys Basketball Coach at Archbishop Spalding High School. In his first season, Glick directed Baltimore’s # 1 ranked Cavaliers to the schools first national ranking (14th in the USA Today) as well as the regular season and tournament championship of the nationally prestigious Baltimore Catholic League. Glick’s 1999-2000 squad also captured the MIAA “A” Conference crown. Last season, in his second campaign, Glick guided an inexperienced squad to a MIAA “A” Conference Regular Season Championship and a BCL Regular Season Co-Championship. Coach Glick’s teams have finished in the in the Baltimore/ Washington DC top twenty for 6 of the past 7 years and Glick's teams were ranked in the top 10 in Baltimore/ Washington DC for 6 consecutive seasons. Twenty-eight of Glick’s players have gone on to play NCAA college basketball. During the 2001-2002 season alone Coach Glick will have 10 alums playing Division I and four alums playing Division II or III college basketball. Prior to arriving at Spalding, Glick directed the program at St. Vincent Pallotti High School for six years. In six short seasons, Coach Glick took Pallotti's program from obscurity to national prominence. During his tenure, his teams were ranked as high as 15th in the USA Today and 2nd in both the Washington DC Metropolitan area and the State of Maryland. Previously, Glick was named WCAC Coach of the Year (1995) when his squad captured the Division II Catholic League Championship. Glick's 1997 squad was WCAC regular season co-champions and his 1998 team finished as WCAC runner-ups. During eight seasons as a high school head coach, Glick has amassed a career record of 163 wins & 85 losses (.657%) while competing in both the rugged Washington Catholic Athletic Conference & Baltimore Catholic league and while also playing a national schedule. Before arriving at Pallotti, Glick coached five years on the college circuit. While coaching at Columbia Union College (1990-1993) and Montgomery College-Germantown (1988-1990), Glick assisted in capturing conference and regional titles culminating in a berth in their respective national tournaments. A 1988 graduate of St. Mary's College of Maryland, Glick lettered in both basketball and baseball. Coach Glick, a Social Studies teacher at Spalding and his wife of ten years Sally, have three boys. 5-year old Robert, 2 year-old William and 6 month-old Michael. The Glicks reside in Germantown.

Assistant Coaches Bio

Coach Josh Pratt, enters his third season at Spalding as Head JV coach and varsity assistant. Last season Coach Pratt directed his all freshman squad to a Baltimore Catholic League & MIAA “A” conference regular season championship. Previous, Coach Pratt was Coach Glick's top assistant at St. Vincent Pallotti for six seasons. Coach Pratt directed Pallotti's 1998-99 JV team to a 28-6 record while capturing three tournament championships. An excellent teacher of the game, developer of fundamentals and a motivator, Coach Pratt is regarded as one of the top young JV head coach/varsity assistants in the Mid-Atlantic region. He played for Coach Glick at Montgomery-Germantown Junior College (1989-91) and went on to star at Newberry College in South Carolina. A 2000 graduate of Bowie State University, Coach Pratt currently teaches 2nd grade at St. Mary's of the Mills. Coach Pratt currently resides with his fiancée Kim in Fredrick.

Coach Ralph Burley, a 6-year member of the Spalding basketball staff, has over 20 years of experience coaching at various levels in and around Anne Arundel County. Before his arrival at Spalding Coach Burley coached for two seasons at Severn High School. Well known and respected in the area, Coach Burley is responsible for the recruitment and fundamental development of a number of the current Cavaliers players. Coach Burley serves as an excellent role model for youths and he has directed some of the top recreation, summer league, and AAU teams in the Baltimore/Washington DC area. Coach Burley and his wife Deserie have two children, Cornelius and Robynne. The Burleys reside in Glen Burnie.   

Coach Taliaferro Warren, enters his third season at Spalding, fourth with Coach Glick, as the head strength/conditioning coach as well as the assistant JV assistant coach. A certified trainer, fitness counselor, and sports nutritionist, Coach Warren brings a unique and innovative approach to the training of Spalding's basketball players. Spalding's physical dominance over its opponents is a direct result of Coach T's sophisticated training methods. A former all-state wrestler at Douglas High School, Coach T currently trains both professional and non athletes for a living. A 2001 graduate of the University of Maryland Baltimore County, Coach T resides in Upper Marlboro with his wife Nancy.

Coach Dave Bristow, a veteran of Anne Arundel county basketball, enters his second season on the Spalding sidelines. A full time faculty member in the business department, Coach Bristow played at Severna Park High School (1981-83), and later was Head JV coach and varsity assistant at Severna Park (1989-1991). Coach Bristow will serve as an assistant coach on the varsity. A 1988 graduate of the University of Maryland, Coach Bristow currently resides in Crownsville.

Coach Andrew Sachs, in his first season at Spalding, Coach Sachs comes home to Anne Arundel County after coaching 13 years in the college ranks. Sachs played at Chesapeake HS (1983-85) and was the top assistant at Salisbury State University from 1988-1992, where he helped the Sea Gulls to 2 NCAA Div. III tournament berths and an elite eight appearance in 1992, posting the best record in school history 28-2 and a #2 national ranking. Sachs then moved on to be the top assistant at Virginia Wesleyan College from 1992-1996, where he helped lead the Marlins to their only NCAA Div. III Tournament appearance in the last 30 years. Sachs came to Spalding from Div. II power Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where he was the top assistant for the Indians from 1996-2001. There he helped lead IUP to the Elite Eight in 2000 and 98 wins in 5 years, the best in a 5- year span in school history. Sachs has coached and developed 15 first-team all-conference players, 6 that were All-Americans and 4 that have played professional basketball overseas. Sachs is currently a full-time substitute teacher at Spalding and graduated from Salisbury State University with a B.A. in Social Science in 1990 and a M. Ed. In counseling in 1992. Coach Sachs currently resides in Pasadena and is engaged to be married to his fiance’ Paula in May 2002.

Preview 2000-2001Preview 2000-2001

Results 2000-2001 Season: MIAA Regular Season Champions

       Archbishop Spalding High School
   Varsity Boys Basketball Results 2000-2001
        
Loss        vs Spingarn (DC)   68-81
WON        vs St. John’s(DC) 60-46
WON        Catonsville            60-48
WON        Laurel                  60-29
Loss        at Severna Park    39-40
Loss        at Friendly           43-49
Loss        vs Mt Zion (NC)    37-70
WON         Severn              50-39
Loss        at Dulaney           51-65
Loss        vs Lake Forest(DE) 45-52
WON        vs Hodgson (DE)    56-48
Loss        at E. Roosevelt           49-65
WON        Towson Catholic*   49-43
WON        at St. Francis*           43-36
Loss        St. Maria Goretti* 43-44
WON        Loyola*                  65-45
Loss        Mt. Saint Joseph* 57-60
WON        Cardinal Gibbons* 60-50
Loss        at McDonogh*           57-66
WON        Calvert Hall*           40-34
Loss        at Goretti*           47-64
WON        at Calvert Hall*   33-30
Loss        McDonogh*           33-37
WON        at Towson Cath*    47-40
Loss        St. Francis*           48-55
WON        at Loyola*           71-37
WON        at Mt. Saint Joes* 49-41
WON        at Card Gibbons*   60-58

WON        vs McDonogh*       42-40
MIAA “A” Conference semifinals        

Loss        vs Towson Catholic* 40-57
MIAA “A” Conference championship        

Loss        vs Cardinal Gibbons* 50-53 2ot
Baltimore Catholic League Tournament

*denotes BCL / MIAA "A" conf. league game

Overall Record 16-15;
BCL Record 10-5; MIAA Record 11-5
MIAA “A” Conference Regular Season Champions

Head Varsity Coach:Mike Glick 2nd season
                   8th Overall 163-85 .657%

1999-2000 Results1999-2000 Results

Preview 2000-2001 Season

ARCHBISHOP SPALDING BASKETBALL PREVIEW        
               2000-2001
Following the most successful campaign in Archbishop Spalding's basketball history, the Cavaliers won't be sneaking up on anyone this season. Last season's edition of the Cavaliers had a remarkable season - finishing as both regular season and tournament champions in the highly competitive BCL (Baltimore Catholic League). The 1999-00 Cavaliers (preseason # 14 in USA Today), finished 25-11 (15-3 in BCL), finished ranked #1 in the Baltimore area by the SUN, and finished 6th in the State of Maryland by the Associated Press. By losing 4 of its 5 starters and 85% of its offense, this talented but youthful edition of the Spalding squad will need to mature throughout the season in its pursuit for a third straight BCL Championship.   

Second year Spalding coach Mike Glick, regarded as one of the top young coaches in the Baltimore/Washington DC area, will count on a young talent rich team that has the ability to go ten deep every game. The Cavaliers returns five players and is comprised of 2 seniors, 4 juniors, and 6 sophomores. Manning the point is 2nd year varsity veteran 5"9" senior Ayinde Simon. As the teams leading returning assister (1.5apg), Ayinde is an extremely intelligent player with superb ball handling skills to compliment his lightning quick moves. Ayinde’s deft passing and leadership ability will be counted on heavily. Senior 6'3" swingman Chris Ravello, a three year varsity member, possesses remarkable athleticism that makes him unstoppable from both inside and outside. Chris, Spalding's leading returning stealer (1.5spg) and shooter (47%), will also be a rebounding and defensive force throughout the season. With his tremendous upside, Chris could well develop into one of the top two guards in the region and he recently signed a Division I basketball scholarship to attend Canisius College in Buffalo. The job of shutting down the opponents best post player while controlling the boards will fall upon the broad shoulders of 6'5" junior Cory Hudson. Cory, the team’s only returning starter, has the athletic ability and mental toughness to take over a game both offensively and defensively. Cory, a three year member of the varsity, is the Cavaliers leading returning scorer (5.5ppg), rebounder (4.5 rpg), shot blocker (1.0 bpg), and charge taker (9 charges last season). The Cavaliers' other two key returnees are juniors Chris Rutland and Matt Hazen. Rutland is a heady 6'3" point/shooting guard, whose fluid outside shot and athletic ability gives him the ability to score in bunches. Hazen a rugged 6’0” combo guards is Spalding’s top defensive guard. Along with the assignment of shutting down the opponent’s best guard, Matt will be looked upon to handle pressure and penetrate defenses. The versatility of both Rutland and Hazen will be heavily counted upon.

As newcomers to the varsity, Glick will look to one junior, and six sophomores. 6'3” junior forward Antwan Thompson will provide quality depth on the wing. A well rounded hard-nosed competitor whose is relatively unknown; Antwan could develop into one of the top newcomers to the BCL. A group of six talented sophomores, who moved up from the JV, add quality depth to the squad. 6’9” center Will Bowers and 6’6” power forward Gus Durr combine to make one of the most talented frontcourts in the class of 2003. Will is a rapidly improving player who the Cavs will look to for rebounding, shot blocking, and scoring, while Gus is a potent offensive weapon with the ability to score quickly and quietly from either inside or outside. 6’1” shooting guard Tim Brackney, 6’0” combo guard Dave Douglas, and 6’1” shooting guard Matt Latonic will ensure that Spalding will carry on the tradition of great guard play. Rounding out the team is the uncompromising 6'2" forward Sean Mulhall.
                
Head Coach Bio:
Coach Mike Glick enters his second season as the Head Boys Basketball Coach at Archbishop Spalding High School. In his first season Glick directed the # 1 ranked Cavaliers to the schools first national ranking (14th in the USA Today) as well as the regular season and tournament championship of the nationally prestigious Baltimore Catholic League. Glick’s 1999-2000 squad also captured the MIAA “A” Conference crown. Previously to arriving at Spalding Glick directed the program at St. Vincent Pallotti High School for six years. In six short seasons, Coach Glick took Pallotti's program from obscurity to national prominence. During his tenure, his teams were ranked as high as 15th in the USA Today and 2nd in both the Washington DC Metropolitan area and the State of Maryland. Glick's Pallotti teams were ranked in the top 10 in Washington DC for 4 consecutive seasons. Previously, Glick was named WCAC Coach of the Year (1995) when his squad captured the Division II Catholic League Championship. Glick's 1997 squad was WCAC regular season co-champions and his 1998 team finished as WCAC runner-ups. During seven seasons as a high school head coach, Glick has amassed a career record of 147 wins & 70 losses (.677%) while competing in both the rugged Washington Catholic Athletic Conference and Baltimore Catholic league and while also playing a national schedule. 27 of Glick’s players have gone on to play NCAA college basketball and that all 27 student athletes were full academic qualifiers. This season alone Coach Glick will have eight alumist playing Division I and five aluminist playing Division II or III college basketball. Before arriving at Pallotti, Glick coached five years on the college circuit. While coaching at Columbia Union College (1990-1993) and Montgomery College-Germantown (1988-1990), Glick assisted in capturing conference and regional titles culminating in a berth in their respective national tournaments. A 1988 graduate of St. Mary's College of Maryland, Glick lettered in both basketball and baseball. Coach Glick, a Social Studies teacher at Spalding and his wife of nine years Sally, have two boys - 4 year old Robert and 18 month old William. The Glicks reside in Germantown.
Assistant Coaches Bio:
Coach Josh Pratt enters his second season at Spalding as Head JV coach and varsity assistant. The previous past six years Coach Pratt was Coach Glick's top assistant at St. Vincent Pallotti. During his last campaign, Coach Pratt directed Pallotti's JV team to a 28-6 record and captured three tournament championships while starting 5 freshmen. An excellent teacher of the game, developer of fundamentals and motivator, Coach Pratt is regarded as one of the top young JV head coach/varsity assistants in the Mid-Atlantic region. He played for Coach Glick at Montgomery-Germantown Junior College (1989-91) and went on to star at Newberry College in South Carolina. A 1999 graduate of Bowie State University, Coach Pratt currently teaches 2nd grade at St. Mary's of the Mills. Coach Pratt currently resides with his brother Jim and mother Joyce in Silver Spring.

Coach Ralph Burley, a 5 year member of the Spalding basketball staff, has over 20 years of experience coaching at various levels in and around Anne Arundel County. Before his arrival at Spalding Coach Burley coached for two seasons at Severn High School.   Well known and respected in the area, Coach Burley is responsible for the recruitment and fundamental development of a number of the current Cavaliers players. Coach Burley serves as an excellent role model for youths and he has directed some of the top recreation, summer league, and AAU teams in the Baltimore/Washington DC area. Coach Burley and his wife Deserie have two children, Cornelius and Robynne. The Burleys reside in Glen Burnie.   

Coach Taliaferro Warren enters his second season at Spalding, fourth with Coach Glick, as the head strength/conditioning coach as well as the assistant varsity and JV assistant coach. A certified trainer, fitness counselor, and sports nutritionist, Coach Warren brings a unique and innovative approach to the training of Spalding's basketball players. Spalding's physical dominance over its opponents is a direct result of Coach T's sophisticated training methods. A former all state wrestler at Douglas High School, Coach T currently trains both professional and non athletes for a living. A 2000 graduate of the University of Maryland Baltimore County, Coach T resides in Silver Spring with Nancy, his newlywed of five months.

Coach Dave Bristow, a veteran of Anne Arundel county basketball, enters his first season on the Spalding sidelines. A full time faculty member in the business department, Coach Bristow played at Severna Park High School (1981-83), and later was Head JV coach and varsity assistant at Severna Park (1989-1991). Coach Bristow will be Coach Pratt’s top assistant on JV and will also assist with the varsity. A 1988 graduate of the University of Maryland, Coach Bristow currently resides in Crownsville.

Preview 2000-2001Preview 2000-2001

Results 1999-2000 Season: BCL Season & Tournament Champions

       Archbishop Spalding High School
   Varsity Boys Basketball Results 1999-2000

WON        at Severn             76-35
WON        at Catonsville         69-45
WON        at Latrobe (PA)       65-48
LOST        vs Hatboro Horsham(PA) 49-53
WON        Bowling Brook               75-66
LOST        vs Roman Catholic      53-60
LOST        vs Westbury Christ(TX) 59-61
WON        vs St. Andrews (RI)    72-60
WON        McDonogh               46-44
WON        vs Wilson (SC)         59-56
LOST        vs Oak Hill (VA)       38-54        
LOST        vs Berkmar (GA)       67-78
LOST        at St. Maria Goretti* 45-55
WON        Cardinal Gibbons*      80-68
WON        Mt. St. Joseph*       58-49
WON        vs Kickapoo (MO)       71-62
LOST        vs Raytown South (MO) 46-58
LOST        vs Christ King (NY)    62-67
WON        at St. Frances*       55-47
WON        Loyola*                72-54
WON        at Cardinal Gibbons*   69-46
WON        at Towson Catholic*    61-53
LOST        Towson Catholic*       53-58
LOST        at Calvert Hall*       52-71
WON        at Mt. St. Joseph*    60-38
WON        Calvert Hall*          73-56
WON        St. Maria Goretti*    52-39
WON        at Loyola*               47-34
WON        St. Frances*          49-47
WON        vs Towson Catholic*    61-53
       BCL Regular Season Tiebreaker

WON        vs Loyola*             54-26
       1st round BCL Playoffs        

WON        vs Mt. St. Joseph*    56-54
       BCL semifinals              
        
WON        vs Towson Catholic*    48-41
       BCL Championship         

WON        vs St. John's (DC)    58-47
WON        vs Roman Catholic      67-55
LOST        vs DeMatha             55-67
*denotes MIAA/Baltimore Catholic League game
        
Baltimore Catholic League Regular Season
and Tournament Champions

MIAA "A" Conference Champions
1999-00 Record: 25 wins 11 losses /
                15 wins 3 losses in the BCL

Final Baltimore Sun Ranking: # 1
USA Today National Ranking: # 14

1999-2000 Results1999-2000 Results

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