Dez Wells scored 22 points, Melo Trimble added 17 and No. 8 Maryland won its first Big Ten Tournament game, beating Indiana 75-69 in the quarterfinals Friday night.
March Madness countdown. The tournament begins next week. For the first time in five years, the University of Maryland’s men’s basketball teams is a possible contender.
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.
Terrapins Times writer Keith Cavanaugh joined us to take an in depth look at the Big Ten Tournament and Maryland’s chances in it.
Maryland is poised to make a run at least to the Sweet 16, no matter their success in the Big Ten Tournament.
The legendary Terps play by play announcer joined us to break down Maryland’s chances at a Big Ten tournament title.
Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon has been named the Big Ten Conference Coach of the Year.
After 12 years, the Terps have matched their 2003 ranking and are back to No. 8 in the nation. Dez Wells’ two double-doubles in road victories earns him Big Ten Co-Player of the Week honors.
The women we crowned the Big 10 Tournament Champions as the men completed their inaugural season in the Big 10 with a 14-4 conference record, good enough for second place.
Melo Trimble scored 21 points and Dez Wells made a big shot with 8.8 seconds left, helping No. 10 Maryland hold off Nebraska 64-61 on Sunday night.
The 10th-ranked Terrapins hope to get Trimble untracked in Sunday night’s regular-season finale on the road against a Cornhuskers team that has dropped seven straight.