The Terrapins, the leading scoring team in the country, topped 100 points for the fifth time this season.

Maryland has won four straight and is making a push toward the NCAA tournament.

The ninth-ranked Terrapins stretched their winning streak to five and improved to 12-1 in the Big Ten.


Maryland has a chance to buck a trend when it faces Rutgers for the second time this season.

Eric Ayala scored a career-high 24 points and Aaron Wiggins matched his career best with 22 in Maryland’s 79-71 win at Xfinity Center.

The Terps have won four straight games by at least 22 points.

The Terps, in the middle of a crucial stretch of games, get a 64-50 win they desperately needed, even if it wasn't the most aesthetically pleasing.

Stewart previously served as Maryland’s defense coordinator from 2012 to 2014.

The Terrapins are solid on offense and defense for once in a 72-59 victory over the Gophers.

The Terps have shown an alarming tendency this season to go ice cold on offense, forcing them to rely even more heavily on their defense.

Tierra and DeAndre Haynes, a Maryland basketball assistant, want their boys to see an array of career paths. So Tierra wrote a children's book about the first African American to go to space.

The Terrapins were previously scheduled to play the Cornhuskers on Jan. 16, but Nebraska had to postpone the game because of coronavirus cases in its program.

The move follows the NCAA’s decision to hold its tournament entirely in the Indianapolis area. Qualifying teams from the Big Ten will have the option to stay in the area rather than return to their campuses.

Maryland starts fast but then falls apart in a 73-65 loss to Ohio State in College Park.

Eric Ayala has played well since Coach Mark Turgeon called him out after a loss against Wisconsin.

The Terrapins go more than seven minutes without a field goal to close out a dreadful shooting performance in another loss at State College.

A pair of free throws from Eric Ayala with 3.3 seconds left gave Maryland a 61-60 victory.

In most projections, the Terrapins are just inside the NCAA tournament field or are one of the first teams out.

Maryland trails Wisconsin by 18 points at halftime before losing, 61-55, to remain winless at home in Big Ten play.

State's Board of Public Works brings official end to two-and-a-half-year saga.

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