The Terrapins earn a No. 5 seed and will open against Princeton on Friday. It will be their first tournament appearance since 2007 that doesn't begin in College Park.

The former Maryland and Houston Rockets star shared some of his life's considerable ups and downs, focusing on his remarkable four-year journey from street-corner drug dealer to hotshot NBA rookie.

  • Perspective

The school¡¯s most accomplished football coach in a generation, who¡¯s made few trips back since he was fired in 2010, will speak on campus Friday night at the invitation of DJ Durkin.

The Terrapins fall, 79-69, and fail to win the Big Ten tournament for the first time since joining the league.

Tyrrell Pigrome and Kasim Hill will miss spring practice while rehabbing torn ACLs, but they¡¯re motivating each other to come back to fulfill their promise.

The Terrapins have never lost in their new conference¡¯s tournament and will face Ohio State on Sunday for a fourth straight title.

Sophomore scores a game-high 24 in 67-54 win for Terrapins, who will face Nebraska in semifinals.

Faint NCAA tournament hopes were doomed by late mistakes in a loss to Wisconsin in the Big Ten tournament. Said Coach Mark Turgeon: ¡°It¡¯s kind of the way the year has gone.¡±

The Terps¡¯ Senior Day, which began in the shadow of a widening college basketball scandal, ends with a humiliating loss before an angry home crowd.

The school is investigating alleged illegal payments to former player Diamond Stone.

The former Terrapins player received more than $14,000 from a sports agency, according to a Yahoo report.

The 6-10 freshman from Angola has played his best in a recent stretch, reviving speculation he might enter the draft.

The Terrapins overcome an 11-point deficit in the second half to earn a 71-64 victory, their first in a road game since Dec. 3.

Melo Trimble and Jake Layman are recognized during the Terrapins¡¯ 61-51 win.

Maryland blows double-digit lead in second half and suffers second Big Ten defeat, 75-65.

Bruno Fernando finishes with 21 points, nine rebounds and five assists, but the Terrapins come up just short again in a 70-66 defeat.

Kevin Huerter acknowledged one win won¡¯t revive the Terps¡¯ thin NCAA tournament hopes, but ¡°it finally feels like we put together a complete game.¡±

The former Lake Braddock star will remain with the Terps in an off-the-field role.

Kenric Montgomery Jr., a four-star prospect from Tampa, fills a need at cornerback and fits Coach DJ Durkin's recruiting blueprint.

The teams entered having lost a combined seven consecutive games, but Maryland manages to snap a three-game skid.

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