132. Jack Sullivan, basketball

Statistically, no one tops Sullivan, the state's all-time college scoring leader from Mount St. Mary's in the 1950s. A 6-foot-4 forward, he scored 2,672 points -- 403 more than Maryland's Juan Dixon (second place). Named a first-team Small College All-American, Sullivan still holds the NCAA Division II tournament record for scoring (137 points) in leading the Mount to the 1957 Final Four.
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