3:51 AM EST, Sat February 13, 2016
Washington Post 8 hours ago

Terps, Badgers ‘completely different’ entering Big Ten basketball rematch

No. 2 Maryland has climbed into tie for the Big Ten leads, while Wisconsin is on a six-game winning streak.

Mark Turgeon fires back at criticism of Maryland’s Under Armour basketballs

Maryland Coach Mark Turgeon wishes he could pinpoint the root of his team’s poor three-point shooting as of late, but he’s already eliminated one potential source. “You’re not going to hear any excuses from me about balls,” Turgeon said on Friday, responding to the lingering national chatter regarding Maryland’s Under Armour basketball. Two weeks after […]
Baltimore Sun 12 hours ago

Former Maryland coach Lefty Driesell named finalist for Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame

For the second time since he retired from coaching in 2003, former Maryland men's basketball coach Lefty Driesell is a finalist for the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame. He will find out during the Final Four in April if he gets in.
Washington Post 14 hours ago

College lacrosse preview: Maryland women’s rebuilding is others’ reloading

Terps must replace half their starters, but are ranked No.1 as they open quest for third straight national title.
Washington Post 15 hours ago

ACC sees no issue playing in Maryland’s backyard without Terps

Commissioner John Swofford says next month’s tournament in D.C. remains a ‘very logical geographic fit.’
CSN Washington Feb 12, 2016

No. 5 Maryland never trails in 73-59 win over Purdue

Shatori Walker-Kimbrough scored 23 and Brionna Jones had 12 points and 11 rebounds to help Maryland roll to a 73-59 victory Thursday night.
Washington Post Feb 11, 2016

Why doesn’t the perception of Maryland basketball match its projected seeding?

Lots of factors affect NCAA tournament selection and seeding.

Melo Trimble makes the final cut of 20 Wooden Award nominees

Maryland sophomore point guard Melo Trimble has been named to the late season list of 20 candidates for the Wooden Award, making the cut as one of four sophomores that are up for college basketball‘s top individual prize. The Wooden Award list includes 14 seniors, one junior, four sophomores and one freshman. Voting for the award […]

Michal Cekovsky grabbed a bit of spotlight vs. Bowie State, hopes that’s not all

Maryland sophomore Michal Cekovsky hadn’t spoken to reporters in weeks before Tuesday night, so he beamed as the media horde surrounded him and peppered him with questions about his performance in a 93-62 win over Bowie State. It didn’t matter who the opponent was or how late in the season it came, because Cekovsky finished […]
Washington Post Feb 10, 2016

Maryland women’s basketball learning hard lessons from turnovers

No. 5 Terrapins have averaged far more giveaways in losses, a point of emphasis before playing Purdue.
CSN Washington Feb 10, 2016

DMV College Hoops Week continues with GW vs St. Joes on CSN

College Hoops Week is in full force - so far this week we've hit the Hoyas, Terps and VCU! Tonight live at 7 p.m. Bracket Buster between GW vs St. Joes!

Jaylen Brantley gets confidence boost, extra minutes against Bowie State

The past few months have been the quietest of Jaylen Brantley’s basketball career, but he forgot about his trials and tribulation and put on a show Tuesday night against Bowie State. He knew this was a Division II opponent that had been tucked into the schedule to break up one of Maryland’s Big Ten bye […]

Melo Trimble received surprise birthday text from Giants star Odell Beckham Jr.

Maryland sophomore Melo Trimble awoke from his nap after feeling the team’s charter plane touch down on the runway in Lincoln, Neb., last Tuesday night. It was late on his 21st birthday, but the messages were still rolling in once he turned his phone back on. That’s when he received a surprise text from New York Giants […]
CSN Washington Feb 8, 2016

Mitchell scores 33 as Ohio State tops Maryland 94-86

Kelsey Mitchell scored 33 points as No. 7 Ohio State beat fifth-ranked Maryland 94-86 on Monday night.

Maryland climbs to No. 2 in AP poll

After wins over Nebraska and Purdue last week, Maryland has moved up to No. 2 in the latest Associated Press Top 25 poll released Monday. The Terrapins (21-3, 10-2 Big Ten), who garnered 13 first-place votes, narrowly missed out on being ranked No. 1 for the first time in school history. That distinction belongs to […]