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Mark Turgeon

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  • As Maryland emerges from struggles, so does senior guard Richaud Pack

    As Maryland emerges from struggles, so does senior guard Richaud Pack
    Richaud Pack started the last part of his five-year college basketball journey by showing those who didn’t think he could play at a high-major program how far he had come since his high school years in Detroit. Over Maryland’s first 18...
  • Legendary North Carolina coach Dean Smith touched many at Maryland

    Legendary North Carolina coach Dean Smith touched many at Maryland
    Early in Gary Williams' first game at North Carolina as Maryland's coach during the 1989-90 season, legendary Tar Heels coach Dean Smith was quietly sitting on the bench when he was assessed a technical foul by veteran Atlantic Coast Conference referee...
  • Mark Turgeon defends Melo Trimble's ability to get to the line

    Mark Turgeon defends Melo Trimble's ability to get to the line
    Melo Trimble's ability to get to the free-throw line has been a major part of the Maryland men's basketball team's offensive success this season as well as a source of frustration for coaches of opposing teams, particularly in the Big Ten Conference....
  • Terps given 99 percent probability to make NCAA tournament

    Terps given 99 percent probability to make NCAA tournament
    It's become a common line of questioning from Maryland men's basketball fans: Are the Terps in the NCAA tournament, and what would need to happen for them to get squeezed out? With each win, it becomes increasingly clear that Maryland is going to be...
  • Back on track, Terps thriving offensively with several weapons

    Back on track, Terps thriving offensively with several weapons
    One thing became abundantly clear toward the end of the first half and the beginning of the second half of Maryland's 76-73 victory here over Penn State at Bryce Jordan Center on Saturday night. Though defense might still win championships on various...
  • After slow recovery from fractured wrist, Terps' Dez Wells back at top of his game

    After slow recovery from fractured wrist, Terps' Dez Wells back at top of his game
    The process has been slow, often painful and at times perplexing, even to Dez Wells. More than 2 1/2 months after seeing his senior year derailed by a fractured right wrist, and seven weeks after returning to find freshman point guard Melo Trimble...
  • Melo Trimble, Dez Wells lead No. 19 Terps to 76-73 win at Penn State

    Melo Trimble, Dez Wells lead No. 19 Terps to 76-73 win at Penn State
    A month of road nightmares for Maryland seemed close to an end early in the second half Saturday night against Penn State. Down by one point at halftime, the Terps had quieted the small Bryce Jordan Center crowd and lifted the large contingent of...
  • Turgeon's Terps hope to get their 'swagger back on the road'

    Turgeon's Terps hope to get their 'swagger back on the road'
    Some fear going back into the ocean if they've been caught in an undertow. Others don't get back on a ski slope if they've had a bad spill. Then there's the Maryland men's basketball team, which is going back on the road. The 19th-ranked Terps said...
  • After foot, ankle and even back injuries, Terps' Evan Smotrycz hopes worst is behind him

    After foot, ankle and even back injuries, Terps' Evan Smotrycz hopes worst is behind him
    The injuries have spread over 10 months and parts of two Maryland men's basketball seasons. Finally, senior forward Evan Smotrycz seems ready to declare himself healthy — or as healthy as he has been in a while. Coming off a season-high 25...
  • Terps feel win over Indiana could be 'really, really big' going forward

    Terps feel win over Indiana could be 'really, really big' going forward
    The grind of a college basketball season and the grit of the Big Ten Conference had seemingly caught up with 19th-ranked Maryland in recent weeks. Going into Wednesday night's game against Indiana, the Terps had lost badly on three straight road trips,...
  • Terps guard Melo Trimble has played with back and leg pain since December

    Terps guard Melo Trimble has played with back and leg pain since December
    The recent struggles of Maryland freshman point guard Melo Trimble have not been entirely caused by transitioning from high school to college or the rigors of playing in the Big Ten. Terps coach Mark Turgeon disclosed to the media after Wednesday night&...