The sophomore forward had 21 double-doubles this season.

If Hamilton is eligible to play next season, he would boost the Terps’ thin frontcourt.

Lindo only played seven minutes per game this season, but he probably would have been an important contributor as a junior.


The twin forwards from the District left Maryland’s program in December.

Taylor helped lead Maryland women's lacrosse to two national titles. As a senior, she won the Tewaaraton Award, given to the best college player in the country.

The sophomore from Baltimore is the first Terrapin to land on the Associate Press first, second or third team since 2010.

Austin is the second Terp to transfer this week, following fellow sophomore Olivia Owens.

Robinson served as cornerbacks coach and defensive passing game coordinator last season.

Maryland's coach said it's difficult not knowing how far his team could've gone in the NCAA tournament, but he also considers winning a share of the conference regular season crown “really a perfect ending.”

When the NCAA canceled, what Maryland coach and players needed most was each other.

Coach Mark Turgeon said he was "hopeful" the Terps could finish their season, but he acknowledged the uncertain situation brought about by the coronavirus was "bigger than basketball."

At least 10 teams from the conference are expected to make the NCAA tournament, but only one can win the title in Indianapolis.

Smith was selected to the first team by the league's coaches and media, and Cowan was a first-team selection by the coaches and a second-team selection by the media. Aaron Wiggins was named the sixth man of the year.

The Terrapins' regular season conference co-championship is their first since the 2009-10 season.

The Maryland senior guard has expectations for his team and himself this month — and it starts with Sunday's home finale against Michigan.

The top-seeded Terps have been tournament runners-up each of the past two years. This year, sitting atop an improved Big Ten conference, they're preparing for a fight.

Conversations about the former point guard, who is in his first season at Maryland after losing his job at Michigan, generally begin the same way: “That’s my guy,” his players say.

The Terrapins struggled defensively and shot 6 for 32 from three-point range, wasting another chance to earn at least a share of the Big Ten regular season championship.

The freshman guard played 10 minutes in the second half of Saturday's loss to Michigan State.

The Terps' big day didn't end as they had hoped.

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