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Statistics

SEASONS

GP

FG%

FT%

RPG

APG

PPG

1972-73 Maryland-Eastern Shore

29

52.1

57.4

16.2

N/A

12.1

1973-74 Maryland-Eastern Shore

29

49.6

68.7

12.6

N/A

16.0

1974-75 Coppin State

23

52.8

64.1

18.1

N/A

22.4

1975-76 Coppin State

36

60.4

68.8

18.6

4.5

22.1

Totals

116

54.5

65.7

16.4

N/A

18.1

Comments   

0 #2 Les Martin 2019-02-22 14:24
Joe "Mr. High Rise" Pace was the UMES Flying Hawks' Center during the 73-74 Seasons & was a key part of the HAWKS' Being the 1st HBC to enter & play in the NIT at Madison Square Garden. Joe's Exceptional Talent allowed him to dominate the Lane & contain NBA Greats like Marvin Webster of the Knicks.
Joe, Talvin Skinner, Billy Gordon, Tyron Johnson & Rubin Collins were all drafted by the ABA & NBA. Joe's 1978 Washington Bullets NBA Championship Squad, was awesome in the Finals Game winning by 35 Points 117-82, the widest margin of victor ever in a Finals Game 7. Joe played in the NON 3 Point NO DUNKING ERA. If Joe could have dunked, 30 PPG would have been easy. UMES & Joe was the Fastest Race Horse Style Basketball team during 1973-1974 seasons in College Basketball, where Joe led this team to 98.7 PPG, AN NCAA Record in the NO 3s/Dunks Era. Maryland, NC State, NC, UCLA these years all refused to play Joe's team. Driesel & UCLA's Wooden feared UMES' Joe Pace & The Flying Hawks.
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0 #1 alvin johnson 2011-12-13 21:50
Hi Joe, 12/13/11
I am a former Churchill avenue resident Alvin Johnson I just wanted to let you know that I still care about you and would like to hear from you. You can reach me at
484-225-8890. Please call I would like to hear from you.
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