Jason King of ESPN.com and Scott Gleeson of USA Today have posted their early rankings and neither has the Maryland Terrapins among their Top 25 teams.
Alex Len finished with 15 points and 13 rebounds and had a key block in the final seconds to help Maryland escape with a 58-57 victory over Alabama on Tuesday night in the NIT quarterfinals.
On Wednesday night, the Maryland Terrapins and North Carolina Tar Heels meet in a very important men’s college basketball game at the Comcast Center in College Park.
Tianna Hawkins scored 18 points, Alyssa Thomas added 16, and No. 9 Maryland defeated Wake Forest 88-61 Sunday to snap its first losing streak of the season.
Dez Wells scored 23 points and Maryland pulled away to beat Wake Forest 67-57 on Saturday and spoil Chris Paul Day.
Winning on the road is always one of the toughest things to do for most teams in sports. Even the good ones struggle to play their best away from their home venue.
For the Maryland Terrapins, it has been an absolute nightmare to succeed away from the Comcast Center.
Robert Carter Jr. had 19 points and 10 rebounds and Georgia Tech beat Maryland 78-68 on Wednesday night, extending the Terrapins’ road struggles.
Chelsea Gray scored a career-high 28 points to lead No. 5 Duke past seventh-ranked Maryland 71-56 on Monday night.
I made it clear during the summer that I thought Head Coach Mark Turgeon and his Maryland Terrapins would make this season’s NCAA Tournament. Keep in mind, I was spouting off about this before Dez Wells was ruled eligible to play in College Park.
With Maryland struggling, Alyssa Thomas stepped up her game.
Maryland finished its tear through the non-conference portion of the schedule and coach Mark Turgeon is confident his team is finally ready for the challenge of ACC play.
Alyssa Thomas had 22 points and 11 rebounds, helping No. 9 Maryland cruise to a 72-40 victory over Hartford on Saturday in the championship game of the Terrapin Classic.