Posted April 30, 2012 on
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Maryland guard Terrell Stoglin has entered the NBA draft after receiving a one-year suspension from the school.
Stoglin averaged 21.6 points per game as a sophomore last season, tops in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The 6-foot-1 standout started 27 of 29 games and received 42 starts over two seasons for the Terrapins.
The school announced Monday that Stoglin will be suspended due to a violation of the University of Maryland Student-Athlete Code of Conduct. According to the school, Stoglin declared for the NBA draft on Sunday.
Sophomore guard Mychal Parker also received a one-year suspension, although he previously announced his intention to transfer to another school.
Athletic director Kevin Anderson said of the suspensions: ''We're disappointed, but hope they use this as a learning experience.''
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It's a bombshell, and seemingly out of leftfield; but it's true. Terrell Stoglin is leaving the University of Maryland after two seasons. Apparently, he never bought into Turgeon's system and the coach's view for their future together.
The result is that Stoglin has been encouraged to leave the program. It's shocking, but Mark Turgeon has a vision and...
After indicating that he would return for his junior season earlier in the offseason, Stoglin has apparently had a change of heart. Sunday, April 29th was the final day that college players are able to declare for the NBA draft, and Stoglin has done so according to InsideMDSports.com.
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Sophomore guard Terrell Stoglin has declared for the NBA...
Terrell Stoglin will not return for his junior season at Maryland.
So Terrell Stoglin is declaring for the NBA Draft after Maryland suspended him (and Mychal Parker) for next season. Do the Terps still look like a Tournament team next year?
JP Finlay: Once the Stoglin news came out this morning I got about 20 texts in five minutes. Almost every one contained three letters: “WTF?”
I don’t know how things got here. Whispers suggest weed infractions...
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