Julian Reese, coming into his own, powers Terps past Coppin State

The No. 23 Terrapins improve to 6-0 as the sophomore scores a career-high 24 points in a 95-79 win over Coach Juan Dixon and Coppin State.

By Emily GiambalvoNovember 25, 2022

Maryland women fall behind early and struggle all game in loss to DePaul

The Terps were forced to play from behind for most of the game in a 76-67 loss.

By Alex MartinNovember 25, 2022

Georgetown loses to American for the first time in 40 years

The upset drops the Hoyas to 3-3 and gives Coach Patrick Ewing the dubious distinction of being part of Georgetown's past two losses to the Eagles — the other as a player.

By Kareem CopelandNovember 23, 2022

After brief benching, Diamond Miller responds with career day for Terps

The senior guard scores 32 points as No. 19 Maryland pulls out a road win at No. 17 Baylor.

By Kareem CopelandNovember 20, 2022

Maryland handles Miami to win Hall of Fame Tip-Off Tournament

Donta Scott scores 24 points as the Terrapins rolled past the Hurricanes and stayed unbeaten.

By Mike ScanduraNovember 20, 2022

Maryland basketball stays unbeaten by routing Saint Louis

Donta Scott led a quintet of Terps in double figures in the Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off Tournament.

By Mike ScanduraNovember 19, 2022

Still in mourning, Virginia knocks off No. 5 Baylor

With the deaths of three fellow athletes on their minds, the Cavaliers use a big run in the second half to beat the Bears.

By Gene WangNovember 18, 2022

With a fresh start and new swagger, Maryland’s Julian Reese is blooming

Embracing a bigger role in his second season, Reese has shown flashes of dominance in early nonconference games.

By Michael CharlesNovember 18, 2022

Maryland puts on a show for the kids in win over Davidson

The Terps roll to a 70-52 win on Field Trip day at College Park.

By Michael CharlesNovember 16, 2022

Maryland thrashes Binghamton as identity under Kevin Willard comes into focus

The Terps dominated from the jump on their way to a 76-52 win at Xfinity Center.

By Emily GiambalvoNovember 15, 2022

Georgetown can’t match Northwestern’s shooting in first loss

The Hoyas trade twos for threes as the Wildcats pull away in the second half.

By Kareem CopelandNovember 15, 2022

With Diamond Miller back in the mix, No. 17 Terps hold off scrappy Fordham

Fordham led late in the third quarter, but a Miller three-pointer helped settle things as the Terps bounced back after Friday's loss to No. 1 South Carolina.

By Michael CharlesNovember 13, 2022

Georgetown uses big second half to rout Green Bay and improve to 2-0

The 34-point margin of victory was the Hoyas' largest since a rout of Howard on Dec. 29, 2018.

By Patrick StevensNovember 12, 2022

Maryland women can’t hang with top-ranked South Carolina

The No. 17 Terrapins, playing without standout Diamond Miller, trailed by only six at halftime but had no answer for the reigning national champs in the second half.

By Kareem CopelandNovember 11, 2022

Fighting hard on defense, Terps cruise to a win over Western Carolina

Maryland clamped down on its overmatched opponent to improve to 2-0 under Kevin Willard.

By Michael CharlesNovember 10, 2022

Howard men take aim at ending 30-year NCAA tournament drought

The Bison has real expectations after earning the No.2 seed in the MEAC tournament last season but failing to reach the NCAAs.

By Tramel RaggsNovember 10, 2022

The business of Dawn Staley is booming — to her players’ benefit

The South Carolina coach is making sure her players share in the money when she is approached for advertising deals.

By Kareem CopelandNovember 10, 2022

Basketball recruit seriously hurt in crash signs letter of intent with Iowa

Ava Jones still faces a long recovery after a driver struck her and her family, killing her father, as they walked on a sidewalk.

By Cindy BorenNovember 10, 2022

Hoyas turn the page and start a new year with a wild OT win over Coppin State

A buzzer-beater let Coppin State send it to overtime, but Georgetown snapped its 21-game losing streak with a 99-89 win.

By Michael CharlesNovember 9, 2022

Gunshots shattered her hoop dreams. Now she wants them back.

A McDonald’s All-American and USC recruit, Aaliyah Gayles’s budding basketball career was torn apart by gun violence. Now comes the painful fight to reclaim it.

By David GardnerNovember 8, 2022