Maryland Basketball Triumphant in Return to Baltimore

The last time the Maryland Terrapins played a game at what was then known as First Mariner Arena in downtown Baltimore, they defeated the Iowa Hawkeyes 84-65 in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. That was on Nov. 30, 1999. Maryland was also looking for déjà vu against Princeton, beating the Tigers 81-58 at First Mariner on…

Terps’ Wells Out With Broken Bone in Wrist

The Maryland Terrapins may have won the CBE Hall of Fame Classic in Kansas City, but they’ve lost one of their leaders for possibly the rest of their non-conference schedule. Senior guard Dez Wells suffered a broken bone in his right wrist during Maryland’s 72-63 win over number 13 Iowa State in the CBE Classic…

Turnovers and inconsistent offense continue to hurt Terrapins

After getting blown out by #20 Ohio State and a Wisconsin team that’s now ranked in the top 15, the Maryland Terrapins were looking to bounce back with a statement win in Big Ten play. They got it in Happy Valley, but appear to be reverting back to their old ways. After Melvin Gordon ran…

Maryland Hires Gary Williams For Senior Role in Athletics Department

Gary Williams brought the University of Maryland into the national spotlight with a successful 22-year run as the Terrapins’ men’s basketball coach, including a national championship in 2002. After retiring, Williams took a job as a college basketball analyst on Comcast Sportsnet Mid-Atlantic, where he’d offer his insight on games as well as the annual…

Alyssa Thomas Begins WNBA Career

After a record-setting career at the University of Maryland, the next chapter in the basketball life of former Lady Terrapins star forward Alyssa Thomas has begun. After setting the all-time scoring mark for both men’s and women’s basketball in College Park, Thomas was selected by the New York Liberty with the fourth overall pick in…