Guard, 6-5, 205, Senior

Olympian, all-America, Big East player of the year in 1982-83, shared award in '83-84. Team's chief offensive threat, averaging 19.4 ppg. School's all-time leader in points (2,230), steals (189); second in assists (408), free throw percentage (84.6). Scored in double figures in 91 straight games. In nine games vs. Georgetown (four victories), has averaged 18.7 ppg and 3.8 rpg. WALTER BERRY

Forward, 6-8, 215, Sophomore

Team's leading rebounder with 8.6 a game. Second in scoring at 16.5 ppg, second in blocked shots (32). From the Bronx, N.Y. Attended San Jacinto Junior College in Texas, where he led team to national JuCo championship, and was named JuCo player of the year. Strong inside player. Dribbles almost exclusively with his left hand. Defense is suspect, but improving. BILL WENNINGTON

Center, 7-0, 245, Senior

Member of the Canadian Olympic Team. Averaging 12.0 ppg., 6.0 ppg. In eight games vs. Hoyas, 5.4 ppg, 3.6 rpg. Has improved offensive game and is considered a late first-round or early second-round pick in NBA draft. MIKE MOSES

Point guard, 5-11, 160, Senior

Playing second season with Redmen after transferring from Florida. Although Mullin will break press, Moses runs offense. Second to Mullin in assists with 86. Averages 5.7 ppg. Sprained ankle kept him out of team's only loss, to Niagara. WILLIE GLASS

Forward, 6-6, 205, Sophomore

Small forward on offense, but will cover opposition's top offensive forward (Bill Martin). Very aggressive, denies opponent the ball by overplaying. Good jumper. Coming off career-high 22 points vs. Syracuse Saturday. Not much of an outside shooting threat, but averaging 7.6 ppg, mostly on garbage baskets. MARK JACKSON

Point guard, 6-4, 195, Sophomore

Third on team in assists. First man off bench. Likely to replace Moses. Averaging 5.1 ppg. Prone to offensive mistakes. Can hit outside shot, but likes to drive to the basket. RON ROWAN

Forward, 6-5, 200, Junior

First season with Redmen after transferring from Notre Dame. Likely to be used at end of first half to spell Mullin. Strong foul shooter (80.0 percent) and will be used at end of game. Good shooter from 15 to 20 feet. SHELTON JONES

Guard, 6-8, 200, Freshman

New York State player of the year, from Amityville High School on Long Island, where he played guard and averaged 25 ppg, 14 rpg, and nine assists. McDonald's all-America. Playing time limited because of team's tremendous talent. Although he plays forward, coaches expect to use him at guard in future. RON STEWART

Forward/Center, 6-8, 210, Senior

Back-up center for Wennington. Most impressive performance vs. De Paul Feb. 17 when he sparked team with seven rebounds and eight points. When Coach Lou Carnesecca went to replace him with Wennington, Wennington told him not to, and Stewart played until the final minute. Highly touted out of high school, but has never lived up to expectations. OTHERS: Steve Shurina (Guard, 6-4, 185, Freshman), Terry Bross (Forward, 6-8, 215, Freshman), Rob Cornegy (Center, 6-11, 210, Freshman), Bob Antonelli (Guard, 6-3, 170, Senior) LOU CARNESECCA

Coach, 17th season

Record at St. John's: 364-128. Coached the Redmen from 1965-70, coached ABA New York Nets from '70-'73 and has been back at St. John's since. Coached in 16 consecutive postseason tournaments, 11 NCAA, five NIT. Career vs. Georgetown: 12-12. With victory last Wednesday over Boston College, St. John's became third school (after Kentucky and North Carolina) to win 1,300 games.