Maryland's Melo Trimble Named B1G Co-Player of the WeekMaryland junior guard Melo Trimble was named Big Ten Conference Co-Player of the Week.
Maryland Terrapins Rallied From 13-Point Deficit To Defeat TowsonMelo Trimble scored 27 points, freshman Justin Jackson added 21 and the Maryland Terrapins rallied from a 13-point second-half deficit to defeat pesky Towson, 71-66 Sunday at Xfinity Center in College Park, Md.
College Basketball: Local Teams Towson, Maryland Face OffThe No. 24-ranked Terrapins host Towson on Sunday, the next opportunity for Maryland’s new players to build upon a 3-0 start and continue what freshman guard Kevin Huerter said is an enjoyable experience.
Maryland Beats Georgetown By One Point In Final SecondsMaryland star guard Melo Trimble scored four points in the final 11 seconds, fueling a frantic comeback and leading the Terrapins to a 76-75 victory over host Georgetown on Tuesday at Verizon Center in Washington, DC.
Trimble Named To 2017 Bob Cousy Award Watch ListJunior guard Melo Trimble has been named to the Bob Cousy Point Guard of the Year Award watch list, the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced Monday.
Trimble Tabbed To Preseason All-B1G TeamMaryland junior guard Melo Trimble has been named to the 2016-17 Preseason All-Big Ten Team,
Maryland Snags Four-Star Recruit Justin JacksonMaryland has added a key piece to their 2016 class with the addition of a top 50 talent in Justin Jackson.
Melo Trimble Returning To Maryland For Junior YearGuard Melo Trimble announced Wednesday that he will return to Maryland for his junior year.
Steve Davis: Don't Go, MeloThe evidence seems to be mounting that Melo Trimble would be wise to skip the NBA draft and come back to Maryland for his junior year.
Maryland's Stone, Trimble, Carter Rank In Top 50 For Underclassmen NBA DraftCBS Sports ranked the 96 underclassman who have declared for the 2016 NBA Draft and three Maryland Terps; Diamond Stone, Melo Trimble and Robert Carter have all made the list in the Top 50.
Players Nickens, Brantley Bring Contagious Dance To MarylandPlayers like Jared Nickens, Jaylen Brantley (with cameos by Demonte Dodd and Melo Trimble) can be seen dancing their way through the locker rooms, a CVS parking lot, a 7 Eleven and even rush hour traffic on Route 1.
Haynie: Carter And Trimble Hold The Key To Terps' FutureThe two players who hold the key for the 2016-17 Maryland Terps are Melo Trimble and Robert Carter Jr.

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