After suffering a torn ACL, Blair Watson transformed herself into a happy stopper for a Terps team that is increasingly relies on defense.

Brad Davison's three-pointer in the final seconds handed the Badgers a 56-54 victory and dropped the No. 17 Terps to 3-3 in the Big Ten.

The sophomore guards have seen a dip in their outside shooting, and the Terps' offense has suffered as a result.

The Terps dig themselves a deep hole early and are never able to right the ship as they fall to 0-3 on the road.

Terps enjoy a massive rebounding advantage but shooting woes ultimately doom visitors.

Strong defense and a first-half barrage from the perimeter helped the Terps to a 67-55 victory over the Buckeyes.

After a freshman season of highs and lows, Smith has emerged as a steady contributor as a sophomore.

Ohio State offers a golden opportunity to bounce back from a 23-point loss – but a win depends on Maryland's preparation and defense.

Coach Mark Turgeon called the 75-59 victory over Indiana “the best we played in a while.”

The center from South Suday has recovered from surgery to repair stress fractures in both legs and could provide needed frontcourt depth.

It is Durkin's first full-time coaching position since he was fired as Maryland's head coach 14 months ago in the wake of McNair's workout-related death and reports of an abusive culture within the program.

The 7-foot-2 freshman center played 14 minutes and had six points and five rebounds off the bench, whipping the crowd into a frenzy with each of his three dunks and a major block in the second half.

The twins and Maryland Coach Mark Turgeon thanked each other in a pair of statements. Their loss leaves the Terps thin up front.

The No. 23 Wolverines' visit to the 12th-ranked Terps on Saturday night will test the hosts' rebounding prowess, which is unusually lagging.

Papuchis, a graduate of Quince Orchard High in Montgomery County, also coached inside linebackers during Michael Locksley’s first season as Maryland's head coach.

Maryland gets off to another slow start and a late run falls short in 52-48 loss that exposes some all-too familiar problems.

Rakim Jarrett, a wide receiver from the District ranked the No. 20 football recruit in the country, had committed to play for LSU months before his surprise switch on Wednesday.

As the No. 7 Terps try to rebound from their first loss, Coach Mark Turgeon said of his junior guard's preparation and said, “Hopefully it starts to rub off on more of the young guys for us, because that's a big deal.”

The Terps lost seven straight to end the season, but the coach's reputation as a recruiter was considered a strength when he was hired to rebuild the program.

Maryland enters a winter break searching for a reliable option among its big men behind Jalen Smith.

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