Juan Dixon

Juan Dixon celebrates after draining a three-pointer against Kansas in the 2002 NCAA semifinals at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. Dixon was the leading scorer on Maryland's 2002 NCAA championship team. Dixon, who was named the Most Outstanding Player of the Final Four, became Maryland's all-time scoring leader with his 29-point performance against Wisconsin to help the Terps advance to the Sweet Sixteen. The Terps won 110 games during Dixon's tenure, the most by any Maryland player.

( Sun photo by Karl Merton Ferron / March 30, 2002 )

Juan Dixon celebrates after draining a three-pointer against Kansas in the 2002 NCAA semifinals at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. Dixon was the leading scorer on Maryland's 2002 NCAA championship team. Dixon, who was named the Most Outstanding Player of the Final Four, became Maryland's all-time scoring leader with his 29-point performance against Wisconsin to help the Terps advance to the Sweet Sixteen. The Terps won 110 games during Dixon's tenure, the most by any Maryland player.

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