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Baltimore Sun Jul 20, 2017

Maryland's Ty Johnson named to Doak Walker Award watch list for nation's top running back

After a breakthrough sophomore year in which he led the Maryland football team in several rushing categories and was one of the most productive running backs in the Big Ten, Ty Johnson was named Thursday to the Doak Walker Award watch list. The award, named for the legendary Southern Methodist...
Baltimore Sun Jul 18, 2017

NBA summer leagues end with uncertain futures for several former Terps

There was an 11-day reunion of four former Maryland teammates at the Las Vegas Summer League, as well as a brief one involving two ex-Terps in Orlando. They shared meals, memories and in one case, a little advice. Jake Layman showed the kind of aggressiveness he was often lacking in College Park...
Baltimore Sun Jul 17, 2017

Maryland's D.J. Moore named to Paul Hornung Award watch list for college football's most versatile player

Maryland wide receiver D.J. Moore was named Monday to the preseason watch list for the Paul Hornung Award, given to the player deemed the most versatile in the country. Moore, a 5-foot-11, 215-pound rising junior from Philadelphia, has made 23 straight starts for the Terps and has at least one...
Baltimore Sun Jul 11, 2017

Maryland center Brendan Moore on Rimington Trophy watch list for second straight year

Maryland junior center Brendan Moore was named to the Rimington Trophy fall watch list for the second consecutive year Tuesday. The award is presented annually to the most outstanding center in Division I. Moore, 6 feet 3, 300 pounds, started all 13 games for the Terps as a sophomore in 2016, helping...
Former James Madison coach Matt Brady joins Terps as men’s basketball director of player personnel

Former James Madison coach Matt Brady joins Terps as men’s basketball director of player personnel

The Maryland men’s basketball program has hired former James Madison coach Matt Brady as director of player personnel, the school announced  Monday. By adding Brady, 51, Maryland Coach Mark Turgeon has completed his staff for the upcoming season with a veteran who has nearly 30 years of experience coaching at the Division I level. Brady […]
Baltimore Sun Jul 10, 2017

Maryland's Jermaine Carter Jr. on Bednarik Award watch list

Maryland senior linebacker Jermaine Carter Jr. has been named to the preseason Chuck Bednarik Award Watch List, the Maxwell Football Club announced Monday. The Bednarik Award has been presented to the College Defensive Player of the Year since 1995. An honorable mention All-Big Ten selection in...
Baltimore Sun Jul 8, 2017

Hoping to meet for gold, Maryland teammates to fight for bronze at U-19 World Cup

Maryland teammates Kevin Huerter and Joshua Tomaic were hoping to play against each other in Sunday’s under-19 World Cup gold-medal game in Cairo. Their respective teams will play each other, but only a bronze medal will be up for grabs after the United States was upset by Canada and Spain lost...
Baltimore Sun Jul 7, 2017

Georgia kicker Joseph Petrino commits to Maryland

The Maryland football team’s newest recruit didn’t play the sport until two years ago. Richmond Hill (Ga.) kicker Joseph Petrino, who on Friday committed to the Terps over offers from Army West Point and Samford, was focused on soccer, a spring sport, when a football coach at his high school asked...
Baltimore Sun Jul 7, 2017

U.S. beats Germany, advances to U-19 World Cup semifinals; Terps' Huerter limited

Despite minimal contributions from its Maryland contingent, the United States men’s basketball team advanced to the FIBA Under-19 World Cup semifinals with an 81-59 win Friday over Germany. Starting guard Immanuel Quickley (Mount Saint Joseph) had five points on 2-for-7 shooting along with three...
Baltimore Sun Jul 7, 2017

Melo Trimble sits on bench again in Sixers' third Summer League game

The Philadelphia 76ers closed out the Utah Summer League with a 1-2 record after beating the San Antonio Spurs 94-86 Thursday night. San Antonio Spurs 94-86 Thursday night in Salt Lake City. The bad news: For the second time in three games, former Maryland point guard Melo Trimble didn’t see the...
Baltimore Sun Jul 6, 2017

Melo Trimble's uneven NBA Summer League debut with the 76ers might not bode well for the former Terp

After Melo Trimble didn’t get off the bench in his team’s summer league opener Monday night, his debut in an NBA uniform with the Philadelphia 76ers in Salt Lake City on Wednesday might have been another indication why the former Maryland star guard was not drafted last month. What Trimble showed...
Baltimore Sun Jul 5, 2017

Quickley, Huerter, U.S. into quarterfinals of U-19 World Cup after rout of Mali

Immanuel Quickley (John Carroll), Kevin Huerter (Maryland) and the United States men’s basketball team is a win away from the medal round at the FIBA Under-19 World Cup in Cairo. The unbeaten Americans routed winless Mali, 117-69, in round-of-16 play Wednesday to advance to the quarterfinals. Quickley,...
Baltimore Sun Jul 5, 2017

Three-star D.C. cornerback Noah Boykin commits to Terps

Three-star Woodson (D.C.) safety Noah Boykin committed to Maryland on Wednesday, giving the Terps their highest-rated skill position player in the Class of 2018. Boykin, who also claimed offers from Michigan, Georgia, Oklahoma and other top schools, said on Twitter that his pledge was "one of the...
Baltimore Sun Jul 3, 2017

Melo Trimble does not play in 76ers' NBA Summer League opener

Melo Trimble never heard his name called during the NBA draft. Nothing changed during the Philadelphia 76ers’ NBA Summer League opener. The former Maryland men’s basketball star, who turned pro after his junior season in College Park, did not play Wednesday night against the Boston Celtics. He...

Terrapins Player News

  • Melo Trimble

    Melo Trimble

    Melo Trimble sits on bench again in Sixers' third Summer League game

  • Kevin Huerter

    Kevin Huerter

    Hoping to meet for gold, Maryland teammates to fight for bronze at U-19 World Cup

  • Brendan Moore

    Brendan Moore

    Maryland center Brendan Moore on Rimington Trophy watch list for second straight year

  • Jermaine Carter Jr.

    Jermaine Carter Jr.

    Jermaine Carter Jr. is Maryland’s only sure starter at linebacker

  • Melvin Keihn

    Melvin Keihn

    Melvin Keihn brings athletic upside to Maryland football’s pass rush

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