Maryland's Kevin Huerter Says He Is Staying In NBA DraftMaryland's Kevin Huerter declared for the NBA draft thinking that it was going to be an exploratory mission, one that might prepare him to go pro next season.
Ex-Maryland Basketball Player Killed In Texas Van AccidentFormer Maryland basketball player Cliff Tucker has been killed in a West Texas van accident that left two other passengers dead. Tucker was 29.
No. 3 Purdue Gets Past Maryland For 18th Consecutive WinIsaac Haas had 20 points and nine rebounds, Carsen Edwards scored 17 points and No. 3 Purdue pulled away from Maryland 75-67 on Wednesday night to extend the nation's longest active winning streak to 18.
Maryland Forward Ivan Bender Lost For Season With InjuryMaryland forward Ivan Bender will miss the remainder of the season with a knee injury.
Kevin Broadus Named Maryland Men's Basketball Assistant CoachUniversity of Maryland men's basketball head coach Mark Turgeon announced Friday that Kevin Broadus has been hired as the assistant coach of the team.
Maryland Team Inspired by 7-Year-Old with Muscular DystrophyAshlyn Barrett suffers from muscular dystrophy and other serious ailments and could not make it to Connecticut from Annapolis, Maryland, for Saturday's game with Oregon.
Northwestern Stuns No. 25 Maryland 72-64 in Big Ten TourneyScottie Lindsey and Vic Law each scored 17 points, and Northwestern pulled off a 72-64 upset Friday night to earn a berth in semifinal round of the Big Ten Tournament for the first time in school history.
Maryland Basketball Takes on the Son of Actor Julia Louis-DreyfusAs Maryland prepares to take on Northwestern Friday night, a player on Northwestern's team is gaining notoriety after Thursday's first round Big Ten tournament win against Rutgers.
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.