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Mark Turgeon

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  • Busy week for Maryland continues with Terps' first Top 25 test

    Busy week for Maryland continues with Terps' first Top 25 test
    The Maryland men’s basketball team weathered a shower of 3-point shots Monday night in the CBE Hall of Fame Classic to outlast Arizona State and reach the championship game against No. 13 Iowa State on Tuesday night. The Sun Devils provided the...
  • After struggling vs. Fordham, Terps' Dez Wells ready to 'keep pushing'

    After struggling vs. Fordham, Terps' Dez Wells ready to 'keep pushing'
    Dez Wells spent the summer refining his game to include a more accurate jump shot with greater range, as well a more controlled pace to help him commit fewer fouls and turnovers. In Maryland’s first two games, blowout wins over Wagner and...
  • Terps head into CBE Hall of Fame Classic with 66-50 win, but not much improvement

    Terps head into CBE Hall of Fame Classic with 66-50 win, but not much improvement
    The Maryland men's basketball team wanted to go into next week's CBE Hall of Fame Classic in Kansas City, Mo., with the memory of three straight blowout victories to start the season still fresh and its collective confidence still growing. But if the...
  • Damonte Dodd begins to show signs of becoming defensive force for Maryland

    Damonte Dodd begins to show signs of becoming defensive force for Maryland
    Damonte Dodd knows exactly what his role is going to be for the Maryland men’s basketball team this season. “Just blocking shots and rebounding,” the 6-foot-11 sophomore center from Centreville (Queen Anne’s County) said...
  • Terps confident Melo Trimble can deliver as a freshman point guard

    Terps confident Melo Trimble can deliver as a freshman point guard
    Shortly after Melo Trimble made his first turnover in a recent exhibition game against San Francisco State, fifth-year senior Richaud Pack gave some encouragement to the freshman Maryland point guard. "After the play, I told him to get it out of his...
  • Terps have focused on rebounding as they prepare to open season

    Terps have focused on rebounding as they prepare to open season
    Given the redemptive mindset of Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon and many of his players going into tonight's season opener against Wagner at Xfinity Center, it seems fitting that the Terps worked more on their rebounding than any other area...
  • Len Bias' legacy still resonates as he goes into Maryland's athletic Hall of Fame

    Len Bias' legacy still resonates as he goes into Maryland's athletic Hall of Fame
    COLLEGE PARK — Mark Turgeon's two distinct memories of Len Bias have lasted three decades. The first occurred when Turgeon was a sophomore point guard at Kansas, sharing the same court at the Greak Alaskan Shootout with a junior rising star from...
  • Dez Wells pushing to complete his Maryland legacy as 'a winner'

    Dez Wells pushing to complete his Maryland legacy as 'a winner'
    Nearly since the moment he arrived amid controversy and confusion as a transfer from Xavier, Dez Wells has been the leader of the Maryland men's basketball team. Initially, that was based more on his impressive athleticism than true basketball savvy. It...
  • Why your favorite Big Ten team will be relevant this hoops season

    Why your favorite Big Ten team will be relevant this hoops season
    In recent years, Big Ten basketball has surpassed Big Ten football in terms of depth and national relevance. That trend continues this season as the league boasts a national title contender in Wisconsin. It's anybody's guess where everyone else will...
  • With 89-47 rout of Bowie State, Terps show they're ready for regular season

    With 89-47 rout of Bowie State, Terps show they're ready for regular season
    Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon passed up a chance to play a Division I team in a private scrimmage when Division II Bowie State, which the Terps had been scheduled to play in December, instead agreed to play a preseason exhibition....
  • Terps freshman Michal Cekovsky isn't great vs. Bowie State, but he is greatly improved

    Terps freshman Michal Cekovsky isn't great vs. Bowie State, but he is greatly improved
    In the Maryland men's basketball team's first preseason game last week against San Francisco State, freshman center Michal Cekovsky seemed unsure of his new surroundings. He failed to score in 18 minutes off the bench, taking just one shot, and grabbed...