The Maryland Terrapins got some sun, had some fun and for good measure, captured the title of the Paradise Jam basketball tournament. The Terps edging Providence 56-52 in the championship game on Monday night in the Virgin Islands.
Dez Wells and Evan Smotrycz were the only Terrapins in double figures, finishing with 13 points apiece. Maryland led 33-21 at the half, then held off...
Evan Smotrycz led all scorers and tied a career-high 20 points to help lift Maryland 80-66 over UNI Sunday night to earn a berth in the finals of the Paradise Jam basketball tournament.
Smotrycz grabbed 9 rebounds and scored three 3-pointers in leading Maryland (3-2) in a second-half surge over UNI (2-3). Maryland will face either Providence or LaSalle in Monday's final.
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November 24, 2013
Here’s an article on Maryland’s Evan Smotrycz, who of course transferred from Michigan. He’ll offer them a lot of flexibility when he takes the court., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/how-maryland-may-use-smotrycz
Evan Smotrycz has decided where he's going to play basketball next season.
Smotrycz announced on his Twitter account Monday that he's heading to the University of Maryland.
The 6-foot-9, 235-pound forward said he was leaving Michigan's program last month.
Smotrycz averaged 7.7 points and 4.9 rebounds as a sophomore last season, starting the first 18 games and coming...
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April 16, 2012
Michigan transfer Evan Smotrycz broke down his re-recruitment process with A10Report.com. He's narrowed down his list of schools and has a few visits planned.
Five days after getting knocked out in its NCAA Tournament opener, Michigan's basketball program suffered another setback with the announcement that sophomore Evan Smotrycz is among three players who have decided to transfer.
Coach John Beilein announced Wednesday that Smotrycz, sophomore Colton Christian and freshman Carlton Brundidge are all leaving the program.
In some relatively unexpected news, Evan Smotrycz has decided to join Carlton Brundidge and Colton Christian on their way out of Ann Arbor, departing the Michigan Wolverines basketball program.
In the official press release, John Beilein said, “We never like to see players leave the program, however, Evan, Colton and Carlton have made the decision to transfer and...
Borrowing a post concept from the esteemed Kevin Pelton of Basketball Prospectus. Here’s a closer, in-depth, look at Evan Smotrycz’s performance against Illinois.
Evan Smotrycz’s struggles since the calendar year turned to 2012 are no secret. The 6-foot-9 sophomore is shooting just 43% on twos and 27% on threes in Big Ten games and is averaging just five points and four rebounds...
Evan Smotrycz Dominating the Defensive Glass
Forget about the fact that Evan Smotrycz is making over half his threes, getting to the line more than twice as often as a season ago and improved his two point shooting percentage by 14 percent. It’s Smotrycz’s improvement on the glass that has been truly astounding.
Calling Smotrycz’’s rebounding numbers a year ago “underwhelming”...
Ken Pomeroy released his first series of individual player statistics for the 2011 season on Sunday afternoon which allows us to dive a little deeper into the performance of notable 2011 Wolverines. The first player we’ll examine is Evan Smotrycz. A large jump in production was expected from Smotrycz this season. At the time he was committed he was the most highly regarded commitment...