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Mark Turgeon

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  • Terps show their pride in Annapolis

    Terps show their pride in Annapolis
    A celebratory mood prevailed on Friday evening at the Annapolis Downtown Marriott as the Maryland Pride Tour came to town. Approximately 250 fans and supporters showed up to mingle with head coaches from 10 varsity sports at the University of Maryland....
  • College Roundup: Maryland coaches in Annapolis on Friday for Pride Tour

    College Roundup: Maryland coaches in Annapolis on Friday for Pride Tour
    MARYLAND PRIDE TOUR: The 2015 Maryland Pride Tour continues with its second stop at the Annapolis Marriott on Friday from 6-8 p.m. The event will feature a short program with insight into Maryland Athletics followed by an opportunity for attendees to...
  • Terps coach Mark Turgeon confident Dez Wells will be second-round pick in NBA draft

    Terps coach Mark Turgeon confident Dez Wells will be second-round pick in NBA draft
    Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon said it's still too early to figure out where Dez Wells might go if selected in the NBA draft June 25, but he seems confident that his former star guard will be be picked in the second round. "On the...
  • VCU transfer Terry Larrier chooses Connecticut over Maryland, other schools

    VCU transfer Terry Larrier chooses Connecticut over Maryland, other schools
    After signing five-star prospect Diamond Stone in April and getting a commitment from Duke transfer Rasheed Sulaimon earlier this month, Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon’s hot streak was finally stopped Thursday. Terry Larrier, a 6-...
  • Renovated Babe Ruth Birthplace to reopen Friday

    Renovated Babe Ruth Birthplace to reopen Friday
    After an extensive renovation of its Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum on 216 Emory St., the Babe Ruth Birthplace Foundation announced plans on Wednesday to reopen the baseball shrine Friday at 10 a.m. The renovation, which brings the attraction into compliance...
  • College Roundup: Navy baseball players earn ABCA and ECAC honors

    NAVY BASEBALL: Luke Gillingham and Sean Trent earned a pair of regional accolades from the ABCA and ECAC organizations. The junior left-handed pitcher and junior outfielder were selected to the East-ABCA/Rawlings First Team and ECAC Division I Second...
  • Local college basketball coaches unsure whether rules changes will make an impact

    Local college basketball coaches unsure whether rules changes will make an impact
    Ed DeChellis has been around college basketball long enough to recall when the 45-second shot clock was put in 30 years ago, largely to prevent teams such as North Carolina to run its vaunted Four Corners or Princeton to put opponents to sleep with its...
  • Terps to play Princeton at Royal Farms Arena in first game in Baltimore since 1999

    Terps to play Princeton at Royal Farms Arena in first game in Baltimore since 1999
    The man who pitted Ralph Sampson and Patrick Ewing against each other for the first time as college stars and helped briefly revive the Maryland-Georgetown rivalry is bringing the Terps back to Baltimore. Longtime promoter Russ Potts, who graduated from...
  • Draft analyst: Jake Layman didn't have to rush decision, could've been a first-rounder

    Draft analyst: Jake Layman didn't have to rush decision, could've been a first-rounder
    Among the myriad NBA mock drafts crowding the blogosphere, NBA scouts and general managers give the most credence -– perhaps the only one most of them say has any credibility -– to DraftExpress.com. The 12-year-old website, owned and...
  • In 'monstrous' decision, Maryland forward Jake Layman returning for his senior year

    In 'monstrous' decision, Maryland forward Jake Layman returning for his senior year
    A remarkable turnaround year for the Maryland men’s basketball team continued with another positive move Thursday, when junior forward Jake Layman announced he would return for his final season in College Park. Layman’s decision comes two...
  • Jake Layman has met with Terps coach Mark Turgeon to discuss future

    Jake Layman has met with Terps coach Mark Turgeon to discuss future
    Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon met Wednesday in College Park with Jake Layman and the player's parents to discuss whether the junior forward would return for his senior year or enter the NBA draft. An announcement on Layman's...