25.03.2011 [USA Today] - JuanDixon: He'll be a hero forever for leading the team to the 2002 national title. That season he was an All-American who averaged 20.4 points, 4.6 rebounds, 2.9 assists and 2.6 steals. In the title game he score 18 points on 6-for-9 shooting.
14.03.2011 [Bleacher Report] - When the Memphis Grizzlies selected Greivis Vasquez at the end of the first round last summer, it was the first time since JuanDixon in 2002 that a Terp was picked in the first round of the NBA draft. Not since the mid '60s has the program had an
(born October 9, 1978) is an American professional basketball player. Dixon led the University of Maryland Terrapins to their first NCAA championship in 2002 and earned Most Outstanding Player honors at the 2002 Final Four.
31.03.2011 [MLive.com] - 2002 — With JuanDixon and Lonny Baxter leading the way, Maryland wins its first national championship with a 64-52 victory over Indiana. 2003 — Ed Belfour becomes the seventh NHL goalie to win 400 regular-season games as Toronto beats New Jersey 3-2
30.03.2011 [USA Today] - The MOP was a senior — Maryland's JuanDixon in 2002. The MOP was a freshman — Syracuse's Carmelo Anthony in 2003. The only other freshman was Louisville's Pervis Ellison 25 years ago. A team not named Butler made consecutive Final Four trips from
29.03.2011 [Press Box] - Five years later, JuanDixon started a run of three championships for Baltimore-area players when the former Calvert Hall standout led Maryland past Kansas and Indiana during the 2002 Final Four in Atlanta. Dixon was named tournament MVP
27.03.2011 [American Chronicle] - "I think there is no reason that, with hard work, we can't get back here," Maryland junior guard JuanDixon said. n The Frederick Falcons announced that they were leaving the Interstate Football League to join the Seaboard Football League.
09.03.2011 [Stafford County Sun] - With guard JuanDixon and center Lonnie Baxter, Maryland beat Indiana in the championship match-up to capture its first ever title. 3. Georgetown soars over Houston to win title (1984): With Patrick Ewing at center, the Hoyas had one of college