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Maryland wideout Diggs reportedly out for rest of regular season

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Maryland wideout Diggs reportedly out for rest of regular season

Posted on 10 November 2014 by WNST Staff

Already facing the reality of playing Michigan State without the suspended Stefon Diggs, Maryland could be without its star wide receiver for the rest of the season.

According to multiple outlets, Diggs suffered a lacerated kidney in the win over Penn State on Nov. 1 that will likely keep him sidelined for at least the remainder of the regular season. The 6-3 Terps have three regular-season games remaining and already have bowl eligibility for the second straight season.

Diggs was injured in the fourth quarter against Penn State, but the junior returned to the game. The junior wideout had already been suspended one game by the Big Ten for his role in a pre-game scuffle with the Nittany Lions, so head coach Randy Edsall and the Terps were already planning on being without him for Saturday’s game against Michigan State.

In his third year with the Terps, Diggs has made 52 catches for 654 yards and five touchdown catches.

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Terps cruise over Bowie State in final tune-up before season opener

Posted on 08 November 2014 by WNST Staff

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COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Junior Jake Layman scored a game-high 18 points and added seven rebounds as Maryland defeated Bowie State 89-47 in its final exhibition contest Saturday at XFINITY Center.

The Terps shot 58 percent from the field and limited Bowie State to a 22 percent clip. Maryland posted a stout 45-29 advantage on the boards.

Freshman Dion Wiley scored 13 points and senior Dez Wells added 11, including a tomahawk dunk with 10:16 remaining to give Maryland a commanding 69-32 lead. Senior Jon Graham, who earned a starting nod, was two-points shy of a double-double, recording eight points to go along with a team-best 11 rebounds.

The Terps led from start-to-finish with the signature moment of the first half coming on a Wells’ cross-court pass to a streaking Layman for a transition dunk to give Maryland a 30-7 lead with 8:07 to play in the period.

“I enjoyed the game and I thought our kids played well,” head coach Mark Turgeon said. “Jake got us going early by making some shots and rebounding the ball and I thought Jon got us going defensively. He was terrific defensively. We played a lot of minutes, shared those minutes and played a lot of guys. Dez played well in those limited minutes, but we played the game without Dez really being a part of the rotation. It was a good sign. I thought we were much better today than we were last week on both ends of the court.”

Maryland returns to action for its first regular-season contest Friday at 7:30 p.m. when it welcomes Wagner to the XFINITY Center.

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Maryland frosh Trimble named to Bob Cousy Award watch list

Posted on 04 November 2014 by WNST Staff

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Trimble Named to Bob Cousy Watch List

Freshman one of 35 candidates tabbed to list, honoring top point guard in college hoops

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – Maryland freshman guard Melo Trimble has been named to the watch list of candidates for the 2015 Bob Cousy Collegiate Point Guard of the Year Award, the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced Tuesday.

Trimble, a 6-3 guard from Upper Marlboro, Md., was a McDonald’s All-American and the No. 1-ranked player in the state of Maryland before arriving to College Park. Trimble averaged 23.1 points at Bishop O’Connell High School as a senior and was tagged the 2014 Washington Post All-Metro Player of the Year.

The annual honor, named for Hall of Famer and former Boston Celtic Bob Cousy, recognizes the top point guards in men’s college basketball. Over 35 candidates have been nominated for the 2015 Bob Cousy Award.

“The Hall of Fame is honored to work with Mr. Cousy and to recognize some of the nation’s top collegiate point guards,” said John L. Doleva, President and CEO of the Basketball Hall ofFame. “This year’s list showcases student athletes that have all of the intangibles that would make them great candidates for this prestigious award.”

“The Cousy Award has become one of the top awards in college basketball,” said Ken Kaufman, Chair of the Bob Cousy Award and former president of the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC). “We look forward to another season of watching the best point guards in college basketball compete for this elite award.”

This watch list of candidates will be narrowed down to a final 20 in early February, then final five by early March. A premier Selection Committee has been appointed by the Hall of Fame to review the candidates in contention for the nation’s top collegiate point guard award. This committee is made up of top college basketball personnel including members of the media, head coaches, media relations contacts and Hall of Famers. The Cousy Award winner will be presented the award on Championship Monday in Indianapolis at the Hall of Fame’s Class of 2015 Announcement and Press Conference.

Previous winners of the Bob Cousy Award have included Jameer Nelson (St. Joseph’s), Raymond Felton (North Carolina), Dee Brown (Illinois), Acie Law (Texas A & M), DJ Augustin (Texas), Ty Lawson (North Carolina), Greivis Vasquez (Maryland), Kemba Walker (Connecticut) and last year’s recipient Kendall Marshall (North Carolina), Trey Burke (Michigan) and Shabazz Napier (Connecticut).

For more information on the 2015 Bob Cousy, log onto www.CousyAward.com.

2015 Bob Cousy Award Candidates

Olivier Hanlan – Boston College

Quinn Cook – Duke

Tyus Jones – Duke

D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera – Georgetown

Kevin Pangos – Gonzaga

Siyani Chambers – Harvard

Yogi Ferrell – Indiana

Monte Morris – Iowa State

Kenneth Smith – Louisiana Tech

Cameron Payne Murray State University

Chasson Randle – Stanford

Will Cummings – Temple

Alex Caruso – Texas A&M

T.J. McConnell – Arizona

Ryan Boatright – Connecticut

Kasey Hill – Florida

Andrew Harrison – Kentucky

Tyler Ulis – Kentucky

Terry Rozier – Louisville

Melo Trimble – Maryland

Angel Rodriguez – Miami

Derrick Walton Jr. – Michigan

Jarvis Summers – Mississippi

Marcus Paige – North Carolina

Pierria Henry – North Carolina (Charlotte)

Jordan Woodward – Oklahoma

EC Matthews – Rhode Island

Isaiah Taylor – Texas

Julius Brown – Toledo

Delon Wright – Utah

London Perrantes – Virginia

Keifer Sykes – Wisconsin-Green Bay

Ryan Arcidiacono – Villanova

Briante Weber – Virginia Commonwealth

Juwan Staten – West Virginia

Fred VanVleet – Wichita State

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Terps forward Smotrycz out 4-6 weeks with broken foot

Posted on 20 October 2014 by WNST Staff

COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Senior forward Evan Smotrycz sustained a fracture of the fifth metatarsal in his left foot and will miss 4-6 weeks, head coach Mark Turgeon announced Sunday.

Smotrycz suffered the injury at the conclusion of Friday night’s practice prior to Maryland Madness. He is scheduled to have surgery later this week.

“We are really disappointed for Evan, but knowing his high character and tireless work ethic, we have full confidence he will return and finish strong in his senior season,” Turgeon said. “We have confidence that our front court players will step up in Evan’s absence.”

The Reading, Mass., native appeared in 31 games (28 starts) in his first season in College Park in 2013-14. He averaged 11 points and six rebounds per game. A transfer from the University of Michigan, Smotrycz has appeared in 100 career games, making 69 starts and posting 8.2 points and 4.3 rebounds per game

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Terps announce game times for 2014-15 basketball schedule

Posted on 18 September 2014 by WNST Staff

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COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon has announced date and times for the 2014-15 men’s basketball coach, including at least 15 games on the ESPN family of networks and CBS. In addition, up to 19 games will also be available on the Big Ten Network and BTN Plus.

The Terrapins’ schedule features 10 NCAA Tournament teams from last season, with a possible 11th depending on the outcome of the CBE Hall of Fame Classic. Maryland is also scheduled to host perennial powers Michigan State, Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana and Virginia at the XFINITY Center.

“We are excited to begin our inaugural season in the Big Ten Conference,” Turgeon said. “The Big Ten has been one of the best conferences over the past few years. We have a tremendous Big Ten schedule and a great home schedule for our fans. In addition, we’re looking to hosting one of our longtime rivals Virginia in non-conference play.”

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2014-15 Maryland Men’s Basketball Schedule

Sat., Nov. 1          2 p.m.                    San Francisco State (Exhib.)                                        BTN Plus

Sat., Nov. 8         Noon                     Bowie State (Exhib.)                                                         BTN Plus

Fri., Nov. 14         7:30 p.m.             Wagner                                                                                ESPN3

Mon., Nov. 17      7:30 p.m.              Central Connecticut State                                             ESPN3

Thu., Nov. 20     7:30 p.m.                Fordham                                                                              BTN Plus

Mon., Nov. 24       7 p.m.                     vs. Arizona State (CBE Hall of Fame Classic)               ESPNU

Tue., Nov. 25        TBD                        vs. Iowa State/Alabama (CBE Hall of Fame Classic)   ESPNU/2

Fri., Nov. 28         7 p.m.                    Monmouth                                                                          BTN

Sun., Nov. 30     6 p.m.                    VMI                                                                                         ESPN3

Wed., Dec. 3       9:15 p.m.              Virginia (ACC/Big Ten Challenge)                               ESPN2

Sat., Dec. 6          2 p.m.                     Winthrop                                                                             ESPN3

Wed., Dec. 10      7 p.m.                    NC Central                                                                           BTN

Sat., Dec. 13       11 a.m.                    USC Upstate                                                                       BTN

Sun., Dec. 21        2 p.m.                   at Oklahoma State                                                                ESPN2

Sat., Dec. 27       5 p.m.                   Oakland                                                                                 BTN

Tue., Dec. 30       5 p.m.                   at Michigan State                                                                  ESPN2

Sat., Jan. 3           Noon                     Minnesota                                                                           BTN

Wed., Jan. 7        9 p.m.                      at Illinois                                                                                BTN

Sat., Jan. 10        2:30 p.m.                 at Purdue                                                                              BTN

Wed., Jan. 14     7 p.m.                    Rutgers                                                                                BTN

Sat.,  Jan. 17       4 p.m.                     Michigan State                                                                   CBS

Thu., Jan. 22        9 p.m.                     at Indiana                                                                              ESPNU

Sun., Jan. 25       7:30 p.m.              Northwestern                                                                     BTN

Thu., Jan. 29        7 p.m.                   at Ohio State                                                                           ESPN

Wed., Feb. 4       8:30 p.m.              Penn State                                                                           BTN

Sun., Feb. 8          3:15 p.m.               at Iowa                                                                                   BTN

Wed., Feb. 11      9 p.m.                    Indiana                                                                                 BTN

Sat., Feb. 14        8:30 p.m.                at Penn State                                                                        BTN

Thu., Feb. 19      7 p.m.                     Nebraska                                                                             BTN

Tue., Feb. 24      7 p.m.                     Wisconsin                                                                           ESPN

Sat., Feb. 28       TBD                       Michigan                                                                                ESPN/2

Tue., Mar. 3        7 p.m.                       at Rutgers                                                                             BTN

Sun., Mar. 8       1 /4:30 /7:30 p.m.   at Nebraska                                                                           CBS or BTN

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Maryland names Hall of Famer Williams to senior role

Posted on 10 September 2014 by WNST Staff

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COLLEGE PARK, Md. – The University of Maryland today named Gary Williams to a senior role overseeing athletics fundraising and spearheading university-wide alumni outreach. As Senior Managing Director for Alumni Relations and Athletic Development, Williams will be responsible for an athletic fundraising operation that raises over $8 million annually for student-athlete scholarships and operates the 8,000-donor Terrapin Club Scholarship Fund. Williams, who was recently enshrined into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, will focus on fundraising efforts to build new and renovate existing athletic facilities.

Williams will also work to integrate campus-wide alumni outreach, serve as spokesman for the Alumni Association’s new 25th Anniversary Celebration, and help manage the University’s new regional development plan in New York City, Baltimore, Los Angeles and South Florida. He will focus on increasing the engagement and philanthropy of the University’s 320,000 alumni.

“Ultimately, I think my job is about building Maryland pride,” said Williams. “Our move to the Big Ten, the research that we do here, the students that study here, there’s a lot to be proud of. I think I can make a positive difference and I’m excited to get to work.”

“This is an exciting moment in the history of the University of Maryland,” said President Wallace D. Loh. “I like to think of Gary Williams as our new head coach of athletic fundraising and alumni outreach. And I’m confident he will have the same level of success off the court as he did on it.”

“There is no better person who represents our university than Gary Williams,” said Director of Athletics Kevin Anderson. “When the opportunity presented itself to add Gary to our leadership team, we were eager to offer him this position to spearhead our fundraising efforts for scholarships and capital improvements. As a student-athlete, coach and ambassador with the Terrapins over the past five decades, Gary represents our ‘Proud Past’ and will be instrumental as we welcome the new ‘Fearless Future’ era at the University of Maryland.”

Williams served as a campaign co-chair for UMD’s recently-completed $1 billion Great Expectations capital campaign. He will now play a leadership role within the Division of University Relations. Last year, the University raised over $142 million, best in UMD history.

“Gary Williams is joining our team at a particularly exciting time,” said Peter Weiler, Vice President, University Relations. “His relationships with alums and his deep affinity and love for this University will be invaluable assets as we build philanthropic support for the faculty, students and programs here at the University of Maryland.”

“Our alumni association actually began the very same year that Gary Williams arrived on campus as the new head coach in 1989,” said Nicole Pollard, President of the UMD Alumni Association. “I can think of no better ambassador for our 25th anniversary, and to help us grow the community of Terps around the globe.”

Williams earned his Bachelor’s Degree in business administration from UMD in 1968. He has coached at both the high school and collegiate level, and has coached and led programs in the BIG EAST, ACC and Big Ten.

Williams led his alma mater’s basketball program from a period of troubled times to an era of national prominence during his 22 seasons at the helm from 1989-2011. With 14 NCAA Tournament berths in his final 18 seasons, Williams and his staff garnered seven Sweet Sixteen appearances, a pair of consecutive Final Four showings, and the 2002 National Championship – the first of its kind in Maryland basketball history. In November 2014, Williams earned the ultimate honor in college basketball, when he was inducted into the aforementioned Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and the College Basketball Hall of Fame.

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Terps basketball unveil plans for 2014 Maryland Madness

Posted on 08 September 2014 by WNST Staff

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COLLEGE PARK, Md. – The Maryland athletics department has announced that the 2014 Maryland Madness, will be held on Fri., Oct. 17 at 8:00 p.m. in XFINITY Center.

Maryland Madness will be the first chance for fans to get a glimpse of the 2014-15 Maryland men’s and women’s basketball teams, in addition to the brand new state-of-the-art video board in the XFINITY Center. The Terrapin men and women will also be unveiling new 2014-15 Under Armour uniforms. In addition, the Maryland volleyball team will play on XFINITY Center’s main court for the first time since 2010.

Doors will open at 5 p.m., as fans are encouraged to attend the Maryland volleyball team’s match against nationally ranked Michigan State in XFINITY Center at 6 p.m.

Admission to the evening’s activities is free (no ticket required) and seating is first-come, first-serve.

The idea of Maryland Madness, which is celebrated in some fashion by teams all across the country, actually originated on the campus of the University of Maryland. Then-Maryland men’s basketball coach Lefty Driesell invited fans to an open practice on Oct. 15, 1971, to celebrate the beginning of the season, calling the event “Midnight Madness.”

For 2014-15 men’s basketball ticket information, please click here. For women’s basketball, please click here.

Run of Show:

– Doors Open, 5 p.m.

– Volleyball: Michigan State at Maryland, 6:00 p.m.

– Maryland Madness begins, 8:00 p.m.

– Women’s Basketball team introductions, 8:10 p.m.

– Men’s Basketball team introductions, 8:30 p.m.

– Maryland Madness concludes, 9:00 p.m.

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Maryland receiver Jacobs, safety Hendy suspended for entire season

Posted on 29 August 2014 by WNST Staff

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COLLEGE PARK, Md. – As a result of a violation of the University of Maryland’s Student Code of Conduct, Levern Jacobs and A.J. Hendy will not participate with the Maryland football team during the upcoming season.

“I have spoken with Levern and A.J. and expressed my disappointment with their actions,” said head coach Randy Edsall. “They showed poor judgment and failed to uphold the standards of a student-athlete at the University of Maryland. Both Levern and A.J. were regretful and apologetic about their role in this incident and understand that their actions will not allow them to participate in the upcoming football season.”

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Maryland women announce 2014-2015 conference hoops schedule

Posted on 21 August 2014 by WNST Staff

CHICAGO, Ill.  – The Maryland women’s basketball team released its 2014-15 Big Ten schedule Thursday and will host all five of the league’s 2014 NCAA Tournament teams at XFINITY Center.

Coming off of their fifth Final Four, the Terrapins will host NCAA Tournament participants Purdue, Michigan State, Iowa, Nebraska and Penn State in College Park. They will have home and away matchups with Michigan State, Nebraska, Rutgers and Penn State.

Game times and television designations for all 18 conference games will be announced at a later date.

The Terps will welcome the Ohio State Buckeyes to XFINITY Center in their first-ever conference matchup on Monday, Dec. 29. Maryland beat Ohio State, 67-55 in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge this past December in College Park.

Maryland will then head to 2014 Big Ten champion Nebraska for a game Sunday, Jan. 3 before returning home to host Purdue on Thursday, Jan. 8. Then, the Terps will hit the road for two games. They will play at Minnesota on Sunday, Jan. 11 and at Rutgers on Thursday, Jan. 15.

The Terrapins will head back to College Park to host Illinois Sunday, Jan. 18 and Michigan State on Thursday, Jan. 22. They will close out the month of January with two more road games – at Indiana on Sunday, Jan. 25 and at Michigan on Thursday, Jan. 29.

The Iowa Hawkeyes will come to the XFINITY Center on Sunday, Feb. 1, then Maryland will make the short trip to Penn State for a matchup on Thursday, Feb. 5. The Terps will host Nebraska on Sunday, Feb. 8 and Rutgers on Tuesday, Feb. 10. After a six-day break, the Terrapins will play at Michigan State on Monday, Feb. 16 and at Wisconsin on Thursday, Feb. 19.

Penn State will make its return trip to College Park on Monday, Feb. 23, then Indiana will be the Terrapins’ Senior Night opponent on Thursday, Feb. 26. The Terps will close the regular season at Northwestern on Sunday, March 1.

The 2015 Big Ten Tournament will be March 4-8 at the Sears Centre in Hoffman Estates, Ill.

Maryland is 44-29 (.603) all-time against its 2014-15 Big Ten opponents and is 12-4 (.750) against them in head coach Brenda Frese’s 12 years. She is 24-10 (.706) all-time vs. Big Ten opponents.

In her one season coaching in the Big Ten (2001-02), Frese led Minnesota to a record of 22-8 overall, 11-5 in Big Ten play and an NCAA Tournament berth. She was named Associated Press National Coach of the Year in April 2002.

Maryland will open the 2014-15 season on Friday, Nov. 14 vs. Mount St. Mary’s. Game time will be announced at a later date.

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Maryland announces 2014-2015 basketball schedule

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Maryland announces 2014-2015 basketball schedule

Posted on 21 August 2014 by WNST Staff

Maryland Announces 2014-15 Men’s Basketball Schedule

COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon announced the Maryland men’s basketball team’s 2014-15 schedule today.

The Terrapins’ schedule features 10 NCAA Tournament teams from last season, with a possible 11th depending on the outcome of the CBE Hall of Fame Classic. Maryland is also scheduled to host perennial powers Michigan State, Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana and Virginia at the XFINITY Center.

“We are excited to begin our inaugural season in the Big Ten Conference,” Turgeon said. “The Big Ten has been one of the best conferences over the past few years. We have a tremendous Big Ten schedule and a great home schedule for our fans. In addition, we’re looking to hosting one of our longtime rivals Virginia in non-conference play.”

Maryland opens its inaugural Big Ten Conference season with a trip to Michigan State on Dec. 30, followed by its first-ever home Big Ten match Jan. 3 against Minnesota at the XFINITY Center. It will mark the Terps’ first non-ACC conference game since they were members of the Southern Conference in 1952-53.

After a pair of road games against Illinois and Purdue, the Terps return home for contests against Rutgers (Jan. 14) and Michigan State (Jan. 17). The Spartans have visited College Park just one time in history, when they defeated Maryland, 95-75, in Cole Field House on Dec. 29, 1955. Michigan State memorably knocked the Terps out of the NCAA Tournament on a buzzer-beater in 2010.

The Terps will then visit Indiana in historic Assembly Hall on Jan. 22 for just the second time in history (2009), in addition to a road date with Ohio State on Jan. 29. Following four games to open February, Maryland will host three consecutive NCAA Tournament teams at the XFINITY Center: Nebraska (Feb. 19), Wisconsin (Feb. 24) and Michigan (Feb. 28).

Maryland closes its regular season with a pair of road matches at Rutgers (Mar. 3) and Nebraska (Mar. 8).

Highlighting Maryland’s non-conference schedule is a home bout with Virginia on Dec. 3 in the 16th annual ACC/Big Ten Challenge as the longtime rivals meet for the first time as conference foes. The Terps closed out their tenure in the ACC last season with a thrilling 75-69 overtime victory over the fifth-ranked Cavaliers at the XFINITY Center.

Maryland has played Virginia more times (171) than any other team throughout its history, and holds a 107-74 advantage dating back to 1912-13.

The Terps’ non-conference schedule also features a first round matchup with NCAA Tournament qualifier Arizona State on Nov. 24 at the CBE Hall of Fame Classic in Kansas City, Mo. Iowa State and Alabama are featured on the other side of the bracket, with the winners and losers facing off Nov. 25.

Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame head coach Gary Williams will also be inducted into the College Basketball Hall of Fame on Nov. 23 in Kansas City.

The Terps will also travel to Stillwater, Okla., for the first time in program history as it faces NCAA Tournament qualifier Oklahoma State. Maryland won the lone meeting between the teams, 50-49, on Dec. 16, 1966, at the Memphis Invitational.

Maryland will face defending MEAC champion and 2014 NCAA Tournament qualifier NC Central for the second consecutive season at the XFINITY Center on Dec. 10. The Terps were victorious, 70-56, in the inaugural meeting between the teams last season.

In addition to the aforementioned games above, the Terps’ non-conference schedule includes nine contests at the XFINITY Center and exhibitions against San Francisco State (Nov. 1) and Bowie State (Nov. 8).

The Terrapins open the season on Fri., Nov. 14 against Wagner, followed by games on Nov. 17 against Central Connecticut State and on Nov. 20 versus Fordham.

After traveling to Kansas City for the CBE Hall of Fame Classic, Maryland returns to the XFINITY Center for a match against Monmouth (Nov. 28).

The Terps will then restore an old rivalry with former Southern Conference foe VMI on Nov. 30. Though Maryland and VMI have met just once since 1953 (Maryland won, 99-68, in 2005), the teams met 51 times dating back to their inaugural matchup in 1911. The Terps lead the all-time series, 42-10.

Sandwiched between Maryland’s matchups with Virginia and NC Central is a Dec. 6 game against Winthrop, which has qualified for the NCAA Tournament five times in the last 10 years. The Terps are 4-0 all-time against the Eagles.

Maryland then closes out its non-conference schedule with first-time meetings against both USC Upstate (Dec. 13) and Oakland (Dec. 27). The Terps will also face Bowie State on a date yet to be determined.

 

2014 Maryland Men’s Basketball  Schedule

Non-Conference Schedule

Sat., Nov. 1         San Francisco State (Exhib.)

Sat., Nov. 8         Bowie State (Exhib.)

Fri., Nov. 14       Wagner

Mon., Nov. 17    Central Connecticut State

Thu., Nov. 20     Fordham

Mon., Nov. 24    vs. Arizona State (CBE Hall of Fame Classic)

Tue., Nov. 25     vs. TBD                (CBE Hall of Fame Classic)

Fri., Nov. 28       Monmouth

Sun., Nov. 30     VMI

Wed., Dec. 3       Virginia (ACC/Big Ten Challenge)

Sat., Dec. 6          Winthrop

Wed., Dec. 10    NC Central

Sat., Dec. 13       USC Upstate

Sun., Dec. 21      at Oklahoma State

Sat., Dec. 27       Oakland

 

Conference Schedule

Tue., Dec. 30      at Michigan State

Sat., Jan. 3           Minnesota

Wed., Jan. 7        at Illinois

Sat., Jan. 10         at Purdue

Wed., Jan. 14     Rutgers

Sat., Jan. 17         Michigan State

Thu., Jan. 22       at Indiana

Sun., Jan. 25       Northwestern

Thu., Jan. 29       at Ohio State

Wed., Feb. 4       Penn State

Sun., Feb. 8         at Iowa

Wed., Feb. 11    Indiana

Sat., Feb. 14        at Penn State

Thu., Feb. 19      Nebraska

Tue., Feb. 24      Wisconsin

Sat., Feb. 28        Michigan

Tue., Mar. 3        at Rutgers

Sun., Mar. 8        at Nebraska

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