Maryland Extends Contract Of Head Men's Basketball Coach Mark TurgeonThe University of Maryland announced Wednesday an agreement with men's basketball head coach Mark Turgeon that extends his contract through the 2025-26 season.
Maryland Men's Basketball Signs 9-Year-Old Ben Snyder Via Team ImpactHead coach Mark Turgeon and the Maryland men’s basketball team signed 9-year-old Ben Snyder to the program via Team IMPACT, an organization that pairs children facing serious and chronic illnesses with college programs.
Lacking Star Power, Maryland Counting On depth And BackcourtThe last time Maryland performed on the basketball court, the players and coach Mark Turgeon were cutting down the nets and passing around the trophy awarded to the Big Ten regular season champions.
Maryland Men's Basketball Celebrates 2020 Big Ten Title With Ring CeremonyHead 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.
Terps' Reese Mona Surprised On Team Zoom Call With Scholarship For 2020-21 SeasonTerps senior guard Reese Mona was surprised Wednesday on the team's Zoom call by head coach Mark Turgeon with a scholarship for the 2020-21 season.
Surging No. 7 Maryland Seeks Strong Finish For Big Ten CrownWhile charting the course for No. 7 Maryland's attempt to secure its first Big Ten regular-season title, coach Mark Turgeon eschewed the cautious one-game-at-a-time approach.
Cowan Scores 30, No. 5 Maryland Rallies To Beat Temple 76-69Six games into the season, Mark Turgeon isn’t so sure No. 5 Maryland deserves its lofty ranking.
No. 7 Maryland Brings Deep Roster, High Hopes Into SeasonNo one's openly talking about adding a national championship to the one coach Gary Williams claimed in 2002, but the possibility is there.
Fernando's Putback Lifts No. 24 Maryland Over No. 21 IowaMaryland head coach Mark Turgeon knew the ball would be in Iowa guard Jordan Bohannon's hands.
Maryland Releases 2017-18 Non-Conference ScheduleMaryland – which punched its ticket to a third straight NCAA Tournament a year ago – will open up the season on the road, traveling to Stony Brook to take on the Seawolves at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum Friday, Nov. 10 before hosting four straight at XFINITY Center, beginning with the home opener versus UMES on Sunday, Nov. 12.
Trimble's Heroics Give Terps Momentum Heading To PostseasonThe Junior guard finished with 16 points but his final three will be the ones many Maryland fans will talk about for years to come.
Terps Find Shooting Touch in Win Over RutgersMaryland improved to 23-7 overall and 13-5 in Big Ten play. A Terps win in their final home game of the regular season will wrap up the coveted double-bye in next week's Big Ten Tournament.
Terps Sliding Toward Tournament Bubble Following Loss To IowaOn a day when the 2001 Final Four and 2002 National Championship teams were honored during halftime, the Terps faltered yet again in the second half as they fell to Iowa 83-59.
Terps Have More Questions Than Answers Heading Down The StretchThe Maryland Freshmen trio of Anthony Cowan, Kevin Huerter, and Justin Jackson shot a combined 10-33 from the field while the teams best player, Melo Trimble, shot 4-12 after shooting 21-35 in the last two outings.
Terps Right the Ship With Big Win Over Ohio StateOn a day when the basketball program honored former coach Lefty Driesell, the Terps turned in a very inspired effort on the home floor with a 86-77 win over Ohio State.