The full 2015 Cancun Challenge schedule was released on Wednesday afternoon, with Maryland slated to play four non-league games as part of the event.
The two-day tournament was launched in 2008 and played at the Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya. Maryland will return to College Park to close out the challenge on Nov. 28, hosting Cleveland State.
Maryland, which is considered by many a betting-favorite to win the national championship next season, announced last week that it would meet North Carolina in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. It also has non-conference games scheduled against Georgetown (Gavitt Games) and Connecticut (Jimmy V Classic).