The National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) announced the NABC Division I All-District teams and UPS All-District Coaches for the 2014-15 on Friday.
Is the best yet to come from Turgeon and the Terps? Bob Haynie talks about the fluctuation of talent through the Maryland basketball program.
War of words. As the Terps fall to West Virginia in the NCAA Tournament, the adult daughters of West Virginia’s coach make some controversial comments online.
Almost anything can happen when fifth-seeded West Virginia takes on fourth-seeded Maryland on Sunday night for a spot in the Sweet 16.
Maryland is in the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2010, and the first time under coach Mark Turgeon, who took Wichita to the round of 16 in 2006 and went to the second round four straight seasons with Texas A&M.
The Terps first NCAA tournament game under Mark Turgeon has them in Columbus Friday afternoon facing Horizon League champion Valparaiso (4:40 tip, 105.7 The Fan).
Layman, who averages 12.8 point per game, scored only 16 points combined in Maryland two Big Ten Tourney games against Indiana and Michigan State.
Travis Trice scored 20 points, Branden Dawson added 17 points and eight rebounds and Michigan State rallied to beat No. 8 Maryland 62-58 on Saturday in the Big Ten semifinals.
Maryland received its official introduction to the Big Ten in late December with a thrilling victory at perennial conference heavyweight Michigan State.
Maryland shocked The Big Ten world in their first season in the league, picked to finish tenth in the 14-team conference Maryland is the second seed in the tournament having beat top seed Wisconsin in late February.
Maryland’s stellar first season in the Big Ten afforded it a short rest before it opens play in the conference tournament.
Maryland is poised to make a run at least to the Sweet 16, no matter their success in the Big Ten Tournament.