Western Maryland College men's basketball head coach Nick Zoulias has announced that nine freshmen and one transfer student have enrolledin the college for the 1991-1992 academic year and are expected to join the Green Terror program.

The incoming student-athletes, in alphabetical order, are:

* Andrew Dziengeleski, a 6-foot-5 freshman forward from Yardley, Pa., and a graduate of Pennsbury High School.

* Michael Eves, a 6-foot-1 freshman guard from Bel Air and a graduate of Bel Air High School.

* Lance Farley, a 6-foot-4 sophomore forward from Babylon, N.Y., and a graduate of Babylon High School. Farley is a transfer from Iona (N.Y.) College.

* Neil Haley, a 6-foot-9 freshman center fromPittsburgh, Pa., and a graduate of Serra Catholic High School in McKeesport, Pa.

* Tony Jenkins, a 6-foot-4 freshman forward from Baltimore and a graduate of Baltimore Polytechnic Institute.

* Jeff Masterson, a 5-foot-11 freshman guard from Orleans, Mass., and a graduate of Nauset Regional High School.

* Brian McCabe, a 6-foot-5 freshman forward from Creamery, Pa., and a graduate of Perkiomen Valley High School.

* Mark Steele, a 6-foot-4 1/2 inch freshman forward from Plymouth, Mass., and a graduate of Sacred Heart High School in Kingston, Mass.

* Johnny Williams, a 5-foot-10 freshman guard from Annapolis and a graduate of Broadneck High School.

* Pat Young, a 6-foot freshman guard from Baltimore and a graduate of Mount St. JosephHigh School.

Several of the new Green Terrors were members of outstanding teams in their senior seasons.

Steele was captain of the 1990-1991 Sacred Heart squad and led it to a 20-3 record and the Mayflower League regular-season and playoff championships. He averaged 18points, 9.5 rebounds and 5.5 blocked shots a game.

Haley assistedSerra Catholic to a 20-6 mark and the runner-up spot in the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League Class AA playoffs.

Dziengeleski averaged 9.3 points, six rebounds and three assists per outing, and earned his team's Unsung Hero award, as Pennsbury finished the 1990-1991 season with a 16-9 record.

Eves was Bel Air's captain as the Bobcats posted a 12-11 season for their firstwinning record in 12 years.

Jenkins and Young were recognized as two of the top seniors in the metropolitan Baltimore area, as they both played in thesecond annual National Association for the Advancement of Colored People High School All-Star Classic in April. Young averaged 15 points and six assists in 1990-1991, and Jenkins posted 14 points and six rebounds per game.

Farley will become the second member of the family to wear the Green and Gold. His brother, Steve, compiled 863 pointsand 604 rebounds -- good for eighth place in school history -- for WMC from 1977 to 1981.

Western Maryland finished the 1990-1991 season with a 12-12 record.

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