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Maryland snaps two game skid, beats Michigan 86-82

Feature photo by Greg Fiume, courtesy of Maryland Athletics. Maryland Terrapins head coach Mark Turgeon couldn’t bear to eat, his team had lost back-to-back games for the first time in nearly two years. “It felt like two months,” Turgeon said. All Turgeon could focus on was preparing for Michigan. He didn’t say much to his team following its last loss, but met with each of the players individually. After falling…

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Maryland suspends Diamond Stone for one game following scuffle

Feature photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics. Two days after he was involved in a scuffle late in the first half of a 70-57 loss to Wisconsin, the Maryland Terrapins suspended center Diamond Stone for one game. Head coach Mark Turgeon announced the suspension Monday via an official statement by the team. “Diamond’s conduct during Saturday’s game was a poor representation of the standards that we have established as a program…

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Tensions fly high as Wisconsin ends Maryland’s 27-game home win streak

Feature photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics. The No. 2 ranked Maryland Terrapins basketball team exited the floor moments after falling to unranked Wisconsin. For the first time in the Xfinity Center this season, and the first time in 437 days, instead of wide eyes and smiles, they exited somberly. Most of the players’ heads were bowed, and many of the Terrapin faithful had exited the arena. Riding on a roller…

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After second half adjustments, Terps put away the Boilermakers

Feature photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics. On Saturday in the Xfinity Center, the No. 4 Maryland Terrapins’ game against No. 18 Purdue followed somewhat of a familiar script. After a close first half, the Terps found themselves trailing at the break. With just under six minutes left in the game, they trailed the Boilermakers by four. Later, an 11-2 run prompted Purdue to take a timeout and put Maryland up…

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Terps win another close one against Nebraska

Feature photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics. In the past two seasons, the Maryland Terrapins are 19-2 in games that are decided by six points or less. While the Terps haven’t blown out many of their opponents, they’ve still managed victories, holding on in the last moments of games. On Wednesday night, that’s exactly what they did. In Lincoln, the No. 4 Terrapins (20-3, 9-2 B1G) did what they did best,…

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Terps head to Nebraska hoping for a Big Ten road win

Feature photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics. 22 games into their 2015-16 season, the No. 4 Maryland Terrapins (19-3, 8-2 B1G) have had plenty of success. However, they have struggled on the road. The Terps have posted a 3-3 record, suffering losses at North Carolina, Michigan and Michigan State. On Wednesday, the Terps will face Nebraska and try to earn a conference win against the Cornhuskers (12-10, 4-5 B1G). “In this…

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Terps earn season sweep of Ohio State

Feature photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics. Just over two weeks ago, the Maryland Terrapins welcomed Ohio State into the Xfinity Center. In that contest, the Terps pummeled the Buckeyes 100-65. When the two teams faced off in Columbus on Sunday, it was a much more competitive game. The No. 8 Terrapins (19-3, 8-2 B1G) prevailed behind 20 points from point guard Melo Trimble and a double double from forward Jake…

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Terps to face tough matchup vs. No. 3 Iowa Thursday

Feature photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics. The No. 8 Maryland Terrapins’ two largest victories this season have followed their two largest losses. When they lost by eight points to the now No. 2 North Carolina, they returned to College Park and beat Saint Francis by 41. This month, they came home to smash Ohio State 100-65 after suffering a three-point defeat at Michigan. Coming off of their third loss of…

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Terps fall to Spartans on the road

Feature photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics. Trailing Michigan State by three points late in the final 30 seconds, the No. 7 Maryland Terrapins were in trouble. When guard Alvin Ellis III missed a three, a glimmer of hope struck the Terps. In an instant, the hope lessened as forward Matt Costello grabbed his sixth offensive rebound of the game and extended the Spartans possession, bringing them one step closer to…

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Terps stave off Wildcats in OT

  Feature photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics. Three minutes and 48 seconds into the No. 7 Maryland Terrapins’ game against Northwestern on Tuesday, they trailed the Wildcats 8-3. 17 days after his team beat the Wildcats on the road by 13 points, head coach Mark Turgeon knew his team was in for a test. “We physically beat on them at their place,” Turgeon said. “So they came in and said,…

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Carter drops career high, Terps drop 100 and bulldoze the Buckeyes

Feature photo by Greg Fiume and courtesy of UMTerps It was 6:30 a.m., hours before the No. 3 Maryland Terrapins’ game against Ohio State, when forward Robert Carter Jr. entered the Xfinity Center. The Terps’ gameday walk through practice wouldn’t start until an hour and a half later, but the redshirt junior was ready to go. “I love this game, a lot,” Carter Jr. said. “It’s really my joy to…

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Terps suffer second loss of the season in Ann Arbor

Feature photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics. On the No. 3 Maryland Terrapins’ first possession against Michigan in Ann Arbor, Mich. Tuesday night, forward Robert Carter Jr. missed a three-point jumper. Forward Jake Layman rebounded the miss and put it back up for the score. The 2-0 advantage would be the Terps’ largest lead of the contest. As point guard Rasheed Sulaimon missed a three in the closing seconds, the Terps…

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Trimble sinks late three to lift Terps over Wisconsin

Feature photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics. The game was tied as with 23 seconds left on the clock as point guard Melo Trimble nonchalantly brought the ball up the court. With the clock approaching zero, and Wisconsin guard Zak Showalter in his face, Trimble took his final shot of the game. The ball skipped off the inside edge of and fell through the nylon to seal the Terps’ victory. This…

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No. 3 Terps blow out Rutgers 88-63, defense shines

Feature photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics. Before the season even started, Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon was preaching becoming a complete team to his players. The biggest step was working on the defensive side of things. On Wednesday, the Terps defense made more strides as they held Rutgers to 38.6 percent field goal shooting for the game, and 24 percent in the first half. The No. 3 Terps easily defeated…

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Terps easily handle Northwestern, improve to 2-0 in Big Ten play

Feature photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics.  The Maryland Terrapins have struggled early in many games this season. That wasn’t the case tonight against Northwestern. First half success translated into a convincing victory as the No. 4 Terps (13-1, 2-0 B1G) downed the Wildcats (13-2, 1-1 B1G) 72-59 on Saturday. By the under-12 media timeout, the Terps had jumped out to a 15-6 lead. At the half, the Terps had doubled…

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Stone posts 39 points, brings Terps back to beat Penn State

Feature photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics. Ten seconds remained on the game clock in No. 4 Maryland Terrapins first Big Ten contest of the season. As Penn State trailed the Terps by six points, Nittany Lions guard Shep Garner attempted a layup in desperation. After forward Jake Layman spiked Garner’s shot down, guard Rasheed Sulaimon dribbled the around the court as the clock trickled down to zero. Layman and Sulaimon…

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Terps eager to begin conference play against Penn State

Feature photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics. Expectations weren’t too high for the Maryland Terrapins at the beginning of last season. The preseason Big Ten media poll picked them to finish 10th in the conference. As the season transpired, the Terps became a powerful team in the Big Ten. After finishing the season with a 28-7 record (15-4 B1G), the Terps made a trip to the round of 32 in the…

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Five Terps score double figures in win over Princeton

Feature photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics. Princeton hadn’t run the three-two zone defensive scheme all season. When they employed it Saturday night in Baltimore, the Terps were caught off guard. “We weren’t prepared for the three-two zone at all,” head coach Mark Turgeon said. “It showed a little bit.” But the Terps made in-game adjustments and defeated the Tigers 82-61 as five players scored in double figures. Forward Jake Layman…

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Sulaimon and Trimble’s chemistry help Terps down UMES

Feature photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics. At halftime of their tilt with the University of Maryland Eastern Shore Saturday afternoon, the Terps were winning 35-29. Two minutes and 13 seconds into the second half, guard Rasheed Sulaimon found point guard Melo Trimble on the perimeter and Trimble nailed a three point shot. Just 17 seconds later, moments after forward Jake Layman stole the ball, Trimble added another triple. The quick…

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Terps survive UConn, Stone shines off the bench

Feature photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics. In the Maryland basketball team’s last game against St. Francis, center Diamond Stone came off the bench for the first time his collegiate career. Forward Damonte Dodd made his first start of the season. On Tuesday against Connecticut, Stone came off the bench once again. He entered the game for forward Robert Carter Jr. after one minute and 37 seconds and continued to succeed….

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Terps set to face UConn under the lights of Madison Square Garden

Feature photo by Greg Fiume and courtesy of UMTerps.com  14-year-old Robert Carter Jr. had his eyes glued to the television. On a school night, he watched as Syracuse and Connecticut battle through six overtimes in the Big East Tournament Quarterfinals at Madison Square Garden. Nearly seven years later, Carter Jr., now a forward on the No. 6 Maryland basketball team, listed some of his favorite basketball moments that have taken…

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Terps show improvement, play consistent defense, down Saint Francis 96-55

Feature photo by Greg Fiume and courtesy of Umterps.com The No. 2 Maryland Terrapins basketball team suffered its first loss of the season at the hands of North Carolina in Chapel Hill on Tuesday night. On Friday night, the Terps (7-1) rebounded, showing maturity and defensive poise, as they defeated Saint Francis (3-4) 96-55 and held the Red Flash to 29 percent shooting from the field. “All we’ve talked about…

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Plagued by turnovers, Maryland suffers first loss in Chapel Hill

Feature photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics. On Tuesday night, Melo Trimble and No. 2 Maryland dueled with Marcus Paige and No. 9 North Carolina in Chapel Hill, but came up short 89-81 in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge matchup. In his season debut, Paige led his team in scoring with 20 points. Trimble shined statistically, scoring 23 points, converting four of five threes and dishing out a career-high 12 assists. But…

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Terps to gauge where they are in Chapel Hill Tuesday Night

Feature photo by Greg Fiume and courtesy of Maryland Athletics When Larry Brown left Kansas for the San Antonio Spurs in 1989, current Maryland Terrapins head coach Mark Turgeon remained on the staff as Roy Williams took the helm. On Tuesday night, Turgeon will seek his first win in eight tries against his former boss. But this time, Turgeon’s Terps are ranked second in the AP poll, seven spots higher…

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Jared Nickens provides spark from three as Terps down Cleveland State

Maryland Terrapins forward Robert Carter Jr. posted up on a defender in the paint before dishing the ball out to guard Jared Nickens on the right corner. Swish. With 1:55 left in the first half, Nickens hit his third three-pointer of the evening. Nickens finished the game with 16 points on six of eight shooting from the field and four of six from behind the three-point line. He tied his…

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