• Maryland advances to NCAA Championship with 12-6 win over Virginia
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  • Penn State sweeps Maryland, eliminating the Terps from the playoffs
  • Maryland drops crucial game for Big Ten playoff chance to Penn State
  • Maryland finishes regular season with crucial tilt vs. Penn State

No. 12 Maryland women’s basketball ends skid, routs Northwestern, 87-59

Late in the third quarter, Maryland held possession of the ball looking to extend its lead. Off of a Northwestern turnover, the Terps pushed the pace before the Wildcats defense could get set.  Great ball movement kept Northwestern on their toes and the ball eventually found Katie Benzan behind the arc. Benzan set her feet, fired, and connected on Maryland’s 12th 3-pointer of the game, a season high. No. 12…

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Donta Scott lifts Maryland men’s basketball over No. 17 Illinois, 81-65

Leading by twelve and looking to close out the Illini as the Terps searched for late points, Donta Scott ripped down a defensive rebound. Scott pushed the ball up the floor, setting up a pair of Hakim Hart free throws to cap off a dominant second half. It was a career night for Scott, who finished with 25 points and six rebounds, as Maryland men’s basketball put Tuesday’s ugly loss…

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No. 12 Maryland women’s basketball upset by Ohio State, 95-89

Jacy Sheldon didn’t just play well against Maryland, she got under the Terps’ skin.  First, she tripped Ashley Owusu on the floor in the first half, getting the foul called on Owusu. Then, in the second half Mimi Collins started a shoving match with Sheldon, leading to a foul being called on the forward.  No. 12 Maryland women’s basketball was down from the beginning, and could never seem to break…

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Preview: No. 12 Maryland women’s basketball looks to rebound against Ohio State following ugly loss

No. 12 Maryland women’s basketball looks to rebound following a brutal 20-point loss at home against then-No. 11 Michigan as the Terps take on Ohio State Thursday evening on the road in Columbus. In the latest Associated Press Top 25 poll, Maryland dropped four spots, from No. 8 to No. 12. The Terps’ lone game this past week was against the Wolverines, who dominated in all aspects of the game…

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Maryland men’s basketball unable to contain Hunter Dickinson, falls to Michigan, 83-64

After beating Qudus Wahab with a nifty spinning hook shot on Michigan’s previous possession, Hunter Dickinson gestured for the ball in the post.  Sensing Maryland’s inevitable double-team coming, Dickinson fired a knuckleball pass out to the wing, where Caleb Houstan canned a wide open 3-pointer to balloon the Wolverines’ lead further. Dickinson was one step ahead of the visiting Terps all evening long Tuesday at the Crisler Center, as a…

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No. 8 Maryland women’s basketball dominated, falls to No. 11 Michigan, 69-49

Midway through the fourth quarter Michigan held possession of the ball up by 21. The Wolverines passed the ball around the perimeter, eventually finding the hands of Maddie Nolan. Nolan fired from beyond the arc and her shot found the bottom of the basket, her seventh three pointer of the contest. No. 11 Michigan got out to an early lead in the first quarter and never looked back, as the…

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Preview: No. 8 Maryland women’s basketball prepares for tough test against No. 11 Michigan

On Sunday night,  No. 8 Maryland women’s basketball will look to add another conference win to its record as the Terps prepare to face off against the dangerous No. 11 Michigan Wolverines. The Terps are coming off of an impressive 87-73 win away from home against Minnesota which was highlighted by all five of their starters scoring in double digits.  The most impressive performance came from Chloe Bibby, who had…

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No. 8 Maryland women’s basketball beats Minnesota, 87-73

Katie Benzan drove and hit the teardrop layup to the chagrin of the team in white. Benzan was one of five Maryland players in double figures for the game, a representation of the offensive clinic that the Terps put on in the contest. Even though the Golden Gophers put up a fight throughout the first three quarters, Minnesota never once held a lead in the ball game. Fueled by a…

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Maryland men’s basketball falters late, falls to Rutgers, 70-59

Holding on to a slim two-point advantage, Geo Baker lined up a 3-point attempt. His shot missed off the back of the rim, but he collected his own rebound and whipped a pass across the floor to fellow Scarlet Knight Paul Mulcahy, who drilled the shot and put Rutgers ahead by five. This sequence would kickstart Rutgers on offense, as it closed the game on a 13-4 run to take…

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Maryland men’s basketball survives in double-overtime duel with Northwestern, 94-87

For a fleeting moment, it seemed as if the Big Ten battle would never end. A last minute six-point Northwestern swing squandered Maryland men’s basketball’s late advantage, and one overtime period wasn’t enough to decide a victor between the two squads. Fatigue began to set in for both the Terps and Wildcats, with either team in dire need of a spark as the marathon matchup inched closer to its conclusion….

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Maryland men’s basketball drops tight bout with No. 23 Wisconsin, 70-69

Leading by one with less than four seconds to play, Brad Davison was fouled.  The Badgers’ guard headed to the line and missed the first of two shots, giving Maryland a late glimmer of hope. He missed the second, and Eric Ayala’s last second shot fell short as the final buzzer sounded, cementing the loss for Maryland. “I love the fight of our team,” interim head coach Danny Manning said….

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Preview: No. 10 Maryland women’s basketball hits the road to take on Minnesota

No. 10 Maryland women’s basketball travels to Minneapolis Sunday afternoon, as the Terps prepare to take on Minnesota with both squads getting into the thick of conference play. In its most recent outing Thursday evening, Maryland dominated Penn State in all aspects of the game en route to a convincing 28-point win, 106-78. Maryland’s shooting was on fire from all over the court, headlined by Diamond Miller in her first…

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No. 10 Maryland women’s basketball flaunts offensive prowess in 106-78 win over Penn State

It was only fitting that in her first start of the season, Diamond Miller scored the 100th point of the game for the Terps as she cashed in on an easy layup with under three minutes left in the game.  No. 10 Maryland women’s basketball returned home Thursday night as they took on Penn State. The Terps looked to rebound following a tough overtime loss at No. 6 Indiana on…

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Maryland men’s basketball unable to contain Kofi Cockburn, falls to Illinois, 76-64

Kofi Cockburn had Maryland’s defense right where he wanted it. After Coleman Hawkins’ three-point try clanged short off the front rim, the 7’0 center snatched the ball out of the sky with both hands. Sensing the smaller Qudus Wahab on his side, Kockburn shuffled once before rising for a powerful one-handed dunk, finishing with a roar before smiling on his trot back to the opposite side of the court. It…

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No. 10 Maryland women’s basketball looks to rebound at home against Penn State

No. 10 Maryland women’s basketball is looking to bounce back from a tough 70-63 overtime loss against no. 6 Indiana in Bloomington last Sunday, as they head home to the Xfinity Center to continue their conference schedule against Penn State on Thursday. The loss to Indiana marked the first time Maryland have lost to a Big Ten opponent this season. It also continues a scary trend of losses against top…

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Maryland men’s basketball drops close bout with Iowa, 80-75

With his team up by four with less than 40 seconds to play, Tony Perkins attempted a turn around jumper as the shot clock winded down. He airballed his attempt, but Keegan Murray grabbed the offensive rebound and put it back in to effectively thwart Maryland’s attempt at a comeback. Maryland men’s basketball wasn’t up to the task against Murray and the Iowa Hawkeyes on the road, falling to Iowa…

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Preview: No. 6 Maryland women’s basketball faces another tough test against No. 8 Indiana

A new year brings new challenges for No. 8 Maryland women’s basketball, as the Terps will hit the road to square up against No. 8 Indiana, their toughest conference matchup yet.  The Terps have been undefeated in their brief conference slate this season, defeating Rutgers and Purdue in early December. Maryland’s game scheduled against Illinois on Thursday was canceled due to positive COVID-19 results within the Illini squad. While this…

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Taulia Tagovailoa guides Maryland football past Virginia Tech, 54-10, first bowl victory since 2010

Leading by 17 points just over halfway into the third quarter and facing a fourth-and-four, Taulia Tagovailoa dropped back to pass. He completed a dart to Darryl Jones, who turned upfield and didn’t stop until he reached the end zone. The touchdown throw was the 26th and final strike of the season for Tagovailoa, who tied Maryland’s all time record for touchdown passes in a season set by Scott Milanovich…

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Local fans eager to support Maryland football at legendary Yankee Stadium

By Josh Caplan Some of the most recognizable names in sports have played in the new Yankee Stadium in the Bronx. Derek Jeter, Alex Rodriguez, even European soccer stars David Villa and Frank Lampard. On December 29, Taulia Tagovailoa and the Terps will be able to say they have as well. Maryland football will take on the Virginia Tech Hokies in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl in its first bowl…

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For Maryland football fans, bowl eligibility is program’s first big step toward consistency

By Josh Caplan When Taulia Tagovailoa took one last knee in Piscataway, New Jersey on November 27, he finished a task that Maryland football hadn’t been able to complete since 2016: bowl eligibility. The Terps finished with a record of 6-6, despite starting the season 4-0. Head coach Mike Locksley’s squad is a part of the Big Ten East, one of the most difficult football divisions in the country, which…

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Recap: No. 6 Maryland women’s basketball rolls past Coppin State, 98-52

Playing for the first time in a month, Diamond Miller returned to the court for just the third time on the young season. Miller played a season-high 21 minutes and provided an impactful return for No. 6 Maryland women’s basketball, notching 10 points, six rebounds, four assists and two blocks.  Miller was a key component in the Terps’ 98-52 steamrolling of Coppin State Tuesday morning, their first game since a…

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Weeks later, Maryland fans continue to debate Mark Turgeon’s abrupt departure

By Josh Caplan Following a defeat to Virginia Tech at home on December 1, Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon was booed off the court by multiple sections of the College Park crowd. The loss had Turgeon’s squad standing at five wins and three losses, and something had to give. Two days later, something did.  Maryland Athletics announced that it would mutually be parting ways with Turgeon. The move, particularly…

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Maryland women’s basketball couldn’t muscle past No. 1 South Carolina

After a blown layup by Angel Reese led to a South Carolina free throw opportunity deep in the second half of action, Maryland women’s basketball was running out of time. After nailing her first attempt at the line, Gamecocks forward Laeticia Amihere’s second shot clanged off of the rim to give the Terps a glimmer of hope. However, Amihere’s miss was gobbled up by Aliyah Boston, who drew a foul…

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Maryland men’s basketball defeats No. 20 Florida in Brooklyn, 70-68

Smothered just outside the paint with less than 20 seconds to play, Donta Scott turned and threw up an awkward layup. The shot fell, and gave Maryland the lead for good. The Terps relied on huge second half performances from Fatts Russell and Eric Ayala, who tied for the team lead with 19 points, to come out on top in the 2021 Basketball Hall of Fame Invitational. Maryland men’s basketball…

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No. 8 Maryland women’s basketball set to square off with No. 1 South Carolina

No. 8 Maryland women’s basketball hits the road this weekend as the Terps travel to take on No. 1 South Carolina in the Jimmy V Classic. The matchup with South Carolina will be Maryland’s fourth top-ten showcase already this season, as head coach Brenda Frese purposefully scheduled ranked opponents in the non-conference schedule to get her squad prepared for the NCAA Tournament in March.  “I felt like with everyone coming…

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