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Baltimore Sun Feb 16, 2017

Northwestern makes a believer out of Maryland coach Mark Turgeon

Count Maryland coach Mark Turgeon as a believer. After his team wiped out Northwestern 74-64 on Wednesday night at Welsh-Ryan Arena, thanks mostly to the Wildcats’ cold shooting and Terrapins guard Melo Trimble’s 32 points, Turgeon took inventory of his opponent’s progress. While surveying the...
Melo Trimble and Maryland are locked in after stopping upstart Northwestern

Melo Trimble and Maryland are locked in after stopping upstart Northwestern

EVANSTON, Ill. — The only time Maryland guard Melo Trimble didn’t have an answer on Wednesday night came after he poured in a career-high 32 points in a 74-64 win over Northwestern, when a reporter asked him why he had historically played so well against the Wildcats. Trimble paused and shook his head. He had […]
Baltimore Sun Feb 15, 2017

Melo Trimble breaks out of slump with career-high 32 points in Maryland's win over Northwestern

Maryland junior guard Melo Trimble resembled his old, younger self Wednesday at Welsh-Ryan Arena, both in terms of facial hair didn't have and the shooting touch he always seems to have against Northwestern.
Baltimore Sun Feb 14, 2017

Maryland basketball relying on freshman Anthony Cowan to play confidently

Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon often sits down with his players when they are in the midst of a slump or coming off a particularly bad game. He uses the time to pump up their confidence and get to the heart of the problem.
Terrapins raise banner in honor of Lefty Driesell to the rafters

Terrapins raise banner in honor of Lefty Driesell to the rafters

Shortly after a red banner was raised in his honor at Xfinity Center on Saturday afternoon, former Maryland Coach Lefty Driesell stood at half-court with friends, family and former players before basking in an ovation from a sold-out crowd. He eventually raised his right hand and flashed his signature V-for-victory sign, the same gesture that […]
Baltimore Sun Feb 10, 2017

Terps' 'bunch of little guards' adjusting to increased attention from opponents

During his team's program-best 20-2 start this season, Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon used nearly the same starting lineup every game. In putting together an 8-1 record to begin Big Ten play, Turgeon relied on a similar rotation, particularly in the way he mixed starting guards Melo...
Baltimore Sun Feb 10, 2017

Terps lineman Mike Minter (Severna Park) on leaving football: 'My body’s done'

Among the rash of departures after coach DJ Durkin's first year in charge of the Maryland football team, Mike Minter's was perhaps most surprising.  The junior guard and Severna Park native started 11 games in 2016 and, after a medical-redshirt year in 2013, had another year of eligibility available....
Baltimore Sun Feb 9, 2017

Maryland puts away Illinois in first half, cruises to 12th straight win

Shatori Walker-Kimbrough scored 29 points and No. 3 Maryland cranked up the defense in an 84-59 rout of Illinois on Thursday night that kept the Terrapins unbeaten in the Big Ten. Off to the best start in school history, Maryland (24-1, 12-0) led 40-20 at halftime and coasted to its 12th straight...
Baltimore Sun Feb 8, 2017

Maryland's Isaiah Davis-Allen doesn't view himself as best short-stick defensive midfielder

By virtue of being a first-team All-American, Isaiah Davis-Allen is considered the best short-stick defensive midfielder in Division I. But that’s not how the Maryland senior sees it. “That’s not something I spend too much time thinking about,” he said Monday. “It’s obviously special, but I think...
Maryland basketball ‘never had it’ in listless effort against Penn State, says coach

Maryland basketball ‘never had it’ in listless effort against Penn State, says coach

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — There is a sign that Maryland’s basketball staff packs before every road trip that encapsulates the Terrapins’ core principles each time they step on the court. “We bring it here on the road, we hang it up, that says we’re going to be the tougher team every time we go. We’re going […]
Baltimore Sun Feb 8, 2017

Digest: Baseball America picks Terps to win Big Ten, honors Smith, Shaffer

Baseball America named Maryland as its favorite to win the Big Ten Conference. Junior shortstop Kevin Smith was named the preseason conference Player of the Year, and junior right-handed pitcher Brian Shaffer (North Harford) was preseason Pitcher of the Year. Terps were included in Baseball America's...
Baltimore Sun Feb 7, 2017

Maryland basketball loses second in a row, this time at lowly Penn State

The first half of the Big Ten season could not have gone any better for the Maryland men's basketball team. Except for the final eight minutes of a loss to Nebraska on New Year's Day, everything went right for the Terps. The second half of the Big Ten season could not have started any worse.
Baltimore Sun Feb 7, 2017

Melo Trimble doesn't regret late-game shot selection -- he just 'babied' it

Melo Trimble didn't quite get to relive his last-second magic from last year's win at Wisconsin in the closing seconds of Saturday's 73-72 loss to then-No. 23 Purdue at Xfinity Center.
Baltimore Sun Feb 7, 2017

Early 2017 Big Ten football power rankings has Terps at No. 10 out of 14 teams

It's OK to get excited about Maryland's recent Top 20 football recruiting class, but don't get too excited just yet. The 2017 season could be a long one. If you need proof, check out ESPN's post-signing day, way-too-early Big Ten power rankings. ESPN staff writer Brian Bennett has the Terps ranked...
Baltimore Sun Feb 6, 2017

Maryland hopes most recent loss will be another springboard

On the surface, the two Big Ten losses suffered by the Maryland men's basketball team this season followed a similar storyline. In both games, the Terps blew double-digit leads in the second half at home. In both games, junior point guard Melo Trimble missed a crucial shot in the final few seconds.

Terrapins Player News

  • Melo Trimble

    Melo Trimble

    Maryland basketball vs. Wisconsin preview: Terps look to score biggest win of the year

  • Kevin Huerter

    Kevin Huerter

    Chick Hernandez sits down with Maryland's trio of freshmen starters

  • Anthony Cowan

    Anthony Cowan

    Chick Hernandez sits down with Maryland's trio of freshmen starters

  • Justin Jackson

    Justin Jackson

    Chick Hernandez sits down with Maryland's trio of freshmen starters

  • Michal Cekovsky

    Michal Cekovsky

    Trimble, No. 23 Maryland beat Northwestern 74-64 The Associated Press

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