Taulia Tagovailoa has a chance to go out with a bang in his last home game as a Terp. That effort begins at noon on Saturday.
The loss marks the first time since the 1998-99 season that the Terps have two losses through three games.
Maryland is 3-0 all-time in the Gavitt Games, but has not participated since 2017.
The Terps look for revenge after falling to the Hoosiers and Boilermakers earlier this season.
After a slight detour to NC State, Brown-Turner returns to her home state.
Julian Reese has taken freshman DeShawn Harris-Smith under his wing. A bond has already been formed between the two, Reese said.
The Terps suffered 15 turnovers, were out-rebounded by 20, and allowed 28 second-chance points.
The Gamecocks outscored the Terps by 38 points after the first quarter.
The Terps’ season ended in a dismal defeat.
The Terps’ victory was their first this month.
The Terps went 0-2 with losses to Davidson and UAB at the Asheville Championship.
Two veteran Terps wrestlers came in second in their respective weight classes and a true freshman earned a third place finish.
The Terps head to Columbia to face the Gamecocks on Sunday.
The Terps secured bowl eligibility for the third straight season.
The Terps shot 5-of-23 from deep after going 3-of-16 in their season opener.
The Terps struggled all night long as their losing streak extended to three matches.
Despite Old Dominion outshooting Maryland 10-to-7 through the entire course of the game, the Monarchs were unable to convert on any of their shots.
Nebraska features a run-heavy offense with 58 percent of its snaps being run plays.
The Terps started off their season 1-0 last Thursday against American.
The Terps face the Monarchs at 12 p.m. on Friday. The winner will face the victor of Virginia-Saint Joseph’s on Sunday.
The Terps look to bounce back from a 1-3 stretch over the last two weekends with crucial matches against the Badgers and the Buckeyes.
11 different Terps saw the floor.
Two of Maryland men’s basketball’s coaches have known each other for years — and it’s always been basketball that have brought them back together.
The Terps took a 20 point lead in the first quarter.
The Terps begin their 2023-24 season against Mount St. Mary’s at home on Tuesday.