ESPN Analyst Says Maryland ‘Can Win the National Title’ Next Year

As Maryland is forced to watch this year’s Final Four after bowing out of the NCAA Tournament in the Round of 32 with a loss to West Virginia, they have their sights set on participating in next year’s Final Four in Houston. Leading scorer Melo Trimble is returning for his sophomore season, and the team will add transfer post player Robert Carter, Jr. and top-10 recruit Diamond...
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April 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Melo Trimble will return to Maryland for sophomore season

Star freshman Melo Trimble will return to Maryland for his sophomore season, the program announced Wednesday. AP Photo/Tony Dejak Trimble, who averaged 16.2 points and 3.0 assists for the Terrapins and earned first team All-Big Ten honors, was projected to be a second-round pick if he declared for the NBA Draft, although there was a chance he could sneak into the first round...
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April 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Melo Trimble Returning to Maryland Was ‘Best’ Decision

View image | In the era of one-and-done players, Maryland freshman guard Melo Trimble made a decision that will benefit him long-term with his NBA aspirations by returning to school for his sophomore season. Head coach Mark Turgeon made the announcement Wednesday. Trimble had a sensational freshman season, earning him second team All-Big Ten honors. He led the...
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April 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Elite post presence Diamond Stone set for Maryland

After a tumultuous 2014 off-season gave way to a successful 2014-2015 season on the hardwood for the Maryland Terrapins, there is substantial cause for excitement and intrigue as next season approaches. On Friday, Maryland obtained a verbal commitment from 6′-10″ center Diamond Stone of Dominican (WI), a top five prospect nationally. Stone reportedly averaged 24 points, ...
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March 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Maryland gets big-time commitment from center Diamond Stone

For the second straight year, Maryland and coach Mark Turgeon have scored one of the nation’s best incoming freshmen in its recruiting class. AP Photo 6-foot-10 center Diamond Stone tweeted Friday that he has committed to the Terrapins, and he will make an immediate impact in a thin frontcourt next season. Stone is the Class of 2015’s No. 1 center according to ESPN and Rivals...
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March 27, 2015  |  Discuss

5-Star Center Diamond Stone Commits To Maryland

Most college basketball fans are probably watching Gonzaga-UCLA or Louisville-N.C. State right now, but five star center recruit Diamond Stone made some news on Twitter during the Sweet 16 match-ups. Stone, a 6-foot-10 center from Milwaukee, announced his commitment to Mark Turgeon and the Maryland Terrapins. I Am Committing To The University Of Maryland #Terps — All Eyes On Me...
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March 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Melo Trimble Plans To Return To Maryland For 2015-16

Maryland’s Round of 32 ouster from the NCAA Tournament has to be disappointing for Terrapin fans, but they may be getting some good news in the next few days. According to 247Sports’ Jeff Ermann, a source inside the program says that star freshman point guard Melo Trimble plans to return to school next year: Source: Maryland freshman Melo Trimble planning return to #Terps for...
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March 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Maryland vs. West Virginia – Game Time, TV Channel, Announcers, Betting Line, Predictions

Twitter/@terps_bb_fanly Maryland and West Virginia, the four and five seeds in the Midwest Region, both survived very strong upset bids from Valparaiso and Buffalo, and advance to the Round of 32 for the chance to play Kentucky or Cincinnati…well, probably Kentucky. The two schools, who share a bit of a football rivalry, feature star guards who have had numerous big moments this...
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March 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Terps Edge Valpo To Advance

Maryland held off Valparaiso 65-62 on Saturday in Columbus to advance to the third round of the NCAA Men’s College Basketball tournament. The Terrapins have now won eleven consecutive March Madness openers, dating back to 1997. Senior Dez Wells converted an offensive rebound into a three point play with 1:44 remaining to give the Terrapins a 65-61 lead. Valparaiso had a chance...
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March 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Maryland Madness At The Big Dance

As the 4th seeded Maryland Terrapins prepare to begin March Madness against 12th seeded Valparaiso, do all the upsets have you worried a bit? According to statistical analysis from “The Count”, you should at least be on notice. It’s based on statistical regression from NCAA March Madness games over the past eleven years. It isn’t designed to predict upsets, rather identifying...
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March 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Maryland Shocking Reaction to Unexpected Seeding in NCAA Tournament

SELECTED! @TerrapinHoops a 4 seed and they will play the 13-seed Valparaiso in Columbus on Fri. #GoTerps #LetsDance — Maryland Terrapins (@umterps) March 15, 2015 Maryland finished the regular season with 27 wins (most in program history). In their first year in the Big Ten Conference, Maryland finished second with a 14-4 conference record, earning...
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March 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Maryland #4 Seed In Midwest

The Terrapins will open tournament play on Friday in Columbus, Ohio against Valparaiso in the Midwest Region. The selection committee didn’t do Maryland (27-6) any favors by placing them in the same region as overall top seed Kentucky. Kansas is seeded 2nd and white hot Notre Dame 3rd in what is the toughest region in the tournament. The return to the Big Dance ends a five year...
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March 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Vine: Maryland’s Dez Wells Threw Down A Vicious One-Hand Dunk In Transition

Maryland and Michigan State are playing now to determine who will face Wisconsin in tomorrow’s Big Ten Championship game. Terps star Dez Wells has shown himself to be an impressive finisher at the rim this season, and the dunk he just threw down moments ago is another example of that finishing ability. The Terps are taking it to MSU so far. They lead 12-4 in the early going.
Via College Spun
March 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Former Maryland Terp Terrell Stoglin Involved in On-Court Brawl in Lebanese Basketball League

View image | A month ago former Maryland Terrapins’ guard Terrell Stoglin made headlines scoring 74 points in a double-overtime loss in the Lebanese Basketball League. Now the former ACC scoring champion is making headlines for a totally different situation. Stoglin was involved in a fight with Ali Mahmoud, sparking an all-out brawl between the two opposing...
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March 01, 2015  |  Discuss

GIF: Michigan Freshman Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman Dunks All Over Maryland’s Jake Layman

Despite being pretty heavy underdogs on the road at No. 14 Maryland, the 14-13 Michigan Wolverines are hanging in today’s game. Michigan cut the Terrapins’ lead to just four early in the second half with this monster dunk from freshman guard Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman, who victimized Maryland forward Jake Layman on the play. Layman stepped up to defend against Abdur-Rahkman...
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February 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Can Terps Grab A Two Seed In Big Dance?

The top seeds are fairly set, led by the monster in the room from Lexington, Kentucky. But how available are the two seeds? Bracketville has Terps #3 in the South and the 9th seed overall. Their current two seeds, in order are: Villanova, Wisconsin, Arizona & Kansas. Despite the Terps sitting right on the hip of the top eight, there is work to be done. @AubieTom For Maryland...
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February 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Maryland Alum Scott Van Pelt Promptly Gets Parking Ticket After Returning To Campus

If you bring a car to college for any extended period of time, it’s nearly impossible to escape without racking up at least a few parking tickets. ESPN SportsCenter anchor and radio host Scott Van Pelt, who attended Maryland back in the day, apparently understands. Tuesday, Van Pelt returned to campus to take in the big game between the Terrapins and the Wisconsin Badgers, and...
Via College Spun
February 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Maryland clinches Big Ten Women’s basketball title

Many outsiders and football-only types saw Maryland and Rutgers’ additions to the Big Ten as all about television revenue. While it was a major part of the equation, the newcomers have made themselves at home in many sports already this year. The Maryland Terrapins Women’s basketball team happened to be one of the biggest feathers in the cap of Big Ten expansion. After being...
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February 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Maryland Spring Preview 2015: Terrapins Need Reload to Stay Competitive

(Over the next few weeks we’ll be digging in to each Big Ten team as spring football gets closer to a reality) Thanks to some struggles from Michigan and Penn State, Maryland came into the Big Ten and found some immediate success, finishing 4-4 in conference play, good enough for third place in the rugged East division. However, with some critical leaders and playmakers departing...
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February 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Terps’ Melo Trimble Hit in Face with Camera in Nasty Spill

The Maryland Terrapins are off to a dismal start, falling behind 22-3 in the early going at Iowa. The Terrapins have been hit with repeated jabs and haymakers in this Big Ten heavyweight battle. Maryland’s sensational freshman Melo Trimble may have received the most painful blow during the sluggish start, and it had nothing to do with a Hawkeye. Trimble drove to the lane and got...
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February 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Watch: Dez Wells hits put back to lead Maryland over Northwestern

With time running out, Dez Wells grabbed a rebound and put it in with time running out to give the #13 Maryland Terrapins a come from behind win over Northwestern…. He is Dez Wells, and he remains a leader on this team “@lmaciolek: @tgrabs127 @terpstationmd” — TerrapinStationMD (@terpstationmd) January 26, 2015
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January 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Watch: Dez Wells hits put back to lead Maryland over Northwestern

With time running out, Dez Wells grabbed a rebound and put it in with time running out to give the #13 Maryland Terrapins a come from behind win over Northwestern…. He is Dez Wells, and he remains a leader on this team “@lmaciolek: @tgrabs127 @terpstationmd” — TerrapinStationMD (@terpstationmd) January 26, 2015
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January 26, 2015  |  Discuss
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