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Mark Turgeon

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  • With heavy heart, Richaud Pack seeks early-season form for Terps

    With heavy heart, Richaud Pack seeks early-season form for Terps
    In an age when athletes dye their hair to change their luck or enhance their image, Maryland guard Richaud Pack went blonde this week to support his team. Not the Terps, who left for Columbus, Ohio, Wednesday in advance of the program's first NCAA...
  • Michigan State feels it owes Maryland some payback in Big Ten semifinals

    There was the double-overtime loss to Maryland at the Breslin Center in late December, the Terps' first Big Ten game. Then there was the double-digit loss to the Terps at Xfinity Center less than three weeks later. When third-seeded Michigan State takes...
  • Disappointed or not, Terps aren't taking NCAA tournament appearance for granted

    Disappointed or not, Terps aren't taking NCAA tournament appearance for granted
    From the time they emerged from a team meeting in the basement of coach Mark Turgeon’s home Sunday night, the Maryland players and Turgeon himself have tried to move forward from the shocking image they saw displayed on the living room’s big...
  • As March Madness looms, Maryland basketball's success reminds supporters of glory years

    As March Madness looms, Maryland basketball's success reminds supporters of glory years
    It's not hard to pinpoint the moment when Maryland men's basketball fans felt their team's present connect to its glorious past. The date was Feb. 24. The opponent was mighty Wisconsin. The final score was 59-53, Terps. A sellout crowd surged onto the...
  • Disappointment, excitement as Terps learn NCAA tournament seeding

    Disappointment, excitement as Terps learn NCAA tournament seeding
    When construction began on the Montgomery County house Mark Turgeon and his wife, Ann, built for their three children last summer, the Maryland basketball team was in the midst of a major renovation after a disappointing 17-15 season. It seemed only...
  • Terps transfer Robert Carter Jr. pays his way to Chicago for Big Ten tournament

    Terps transfer Robert Carter Jr. pays his way to Chicago for Big Ten tournament
    The tallest Maryland men's basketball fan at United Center sat nearly anonymously in the crowd for Saturday’s Big Ten Conference tournament semifinal against Michigan State, dressed in a red-and-black beanie and a red warmup jacket, rooting for a...
  • Maryland survives Valparaiso, 65-62, advances in NCAA tournament

    Maryland survives Valparaiso, 65-62, advances in NCAA tournament
    The first 39 minutes and 47 seconds of Maryland's NCAA tournament opener against 13th-seeded Valparaiso on Friday night featured the usual characters for the fourth-seeded Terps. It was also decided in a typical way — in the final seconds. But...
  • To beat West Virginia, Terps will have to beat its press

    To beat West Virginia, Terps will have to beat its press
    COLUMBUS, Ohio – There are often several ways to dissect what one college basketball team has to do to beat another, particularly if they are close in terms of talent and pedigree. In assessing what fourth-seeded Maryland needs to do to beat...
  • Terps went almost as far as they could go

    Terps went almost as far as they could go
    Only one team that enters an NCAA tournament -- regardless of the sport -- doesn't end up feeling like Maryland and its fans do today. There's always a measure of both pride and regret as everyone begins to refocus on the future. In the case of the 28-7...
  • Terps knocked out of NCAA tournament by West Virginia, 69-59

    Terps knocked out of NCAA tournament by West Virginia, 69-59
    A Maryland men’s basketball season that began with hope and promise ended Sunday night with hurt and pain. A game that began with freshman Melo Trimble’s taking on West Virginia nearly singlehandedly ended with the sensational point guard&...
  • Frese and Turgeon: Role models for Maryland

    Frese and Turgeon: Role models for Maryland
    Your recent article about the relationship of Maryland's basketball coaches Brenda Frese and Mark Turgeon triggered a variety of thoughts ("Brenda Frese and Mark Turgeon are mutual admirers as their Maryland teams prepare for March Madness," March 19)....