COLLEGE PARK, Md. (WJZ) — Head coach Mark Turgeon and Director of Athletics Damon Evans formally presented the Maryland Terrapins men’s basketball team with its 2020 Big Ten Championship rings in a ceremony at the XFINITY Center Friday evening.

Maryland defeated Michigan 83-70 in their final game of the season on March 8 to clinch a share of the title. The game would end up being the team’s last of the season due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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The four colors of the Maryland flag are represented on the ring.

A replica image of the Big Ten Conference Championship trophy adorned with a net is featured, marking the first in Maryland men’s basketball history.

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Maryland put together one of the team’s best seasons in recent memory this past year, finishing 24-7 with a 14-6 mark in the Big Ten to capture the program’s first-ever Big Ten Championship.

CBS Baltimore Staff