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Mark Turgeon

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  • Maryland freshman Michal Cekovsky is quickly adapting to life and basketball in the U.S.

    Maryland freshman Michal Cekovsky is quickly adapting to life and basketball in the U.S.
    The education of Maryland freshman Michal Cekovsky is a daily grind that includes five hours of learning English in the classroom and two more hours with a tutor in study hall at night. “It’s a lot,” Cekovsky said with a laugh at...
  • Maryland commit Jaylen Brantley proved himself playing with Boston-area stars

    Maryland commit Jaylen Brantley proved himself playing with Boston-area stars
    Ever since Melo Trimble announced last year that he was coming to Maryland, Mark Turgeon and his staff had trouble recruiting another point guard to follow the McDonald’s All-American to College Park. A number of prospects turned them down because...
  • Terps' Evan Smotrycz out 4-6 weeks after breaking bone in left foot

    Terps' Evan Smotrycz out 4-6 weeks after breaking bone in left foot
    Maryland senior Evan Smotrycz is expected to miss four to six weeks after breaking a bone in his left foot in practice Friday, the Terps said Sunday. The fracture of the fifth metatarsal bone is considered less serious of a break in the same foot...
  • Picked near bottom of Big Ten, Terps men's basketball team 'a good mesh' of players

    Picked near bottom of Big Ten, Terps men's basketball team 'a good mesh' of players
    The dynamics of a college basketball team can resemble that of a college fraternity, the closeness of its members fractured by class, ego and perhaps a little insecurity. A year after the Maryland men's basketball team appeared to be more...
  • Junior college point guard Jaylen Brantley commits to Maryland

    Junior college point guard Jaylen Brantley commits to Maryland
    Jaylen Brantley’s journey to Maryland included stops at two high schools, a prep school, another Division I program and now, Odessa College, a junior college in Texas. The chip that the 5-foot-11 point guard will bring with him to College Park has...
  • With forward Evan Smotrycz injured, Terps have questions, options in frontcourt

    Football coach Randy Edsall doesn’t have a monopoly at Maryland on game plans and seasons impacted by injuries. Men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon quickly is catching up to his counterpart in College Park. With senior forward Evan Smotrycz...
  • With new conference and expectations, Terps start over at Maryland Madness

    With new conference and expectations, Terps start over at Maryland Madness
    Two years after Maryland men's basketball fans were filled with hope for a team led by a projected lottery pick in the NBA draft and a recruiting class considered one of the most promising in the country, a different sense filled Xfinity Center on...
  • Insurance for Big Ten athletes next on Jim Delany's wish list

    Jim Delany emphasized a single word. "This is college basketball," the Big Ten commissioner said Thursday during the conference's basketball media day, "and 'college' implies going to school and making progress. We want a squarer deal (for student-...
  • Style of play won't be an issue for Terps as they enter Big Ten, Turgeon says

    Moving from the Atlantic Coast Conference to the Big Ten means new foes and unfamiliar arenas, but Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon said Thursday that he doesn't anticipate the Terps neeing to adapt to an overall different style of play....
  • Keith Gatlin talks about Harry Giles' visit to Maryland

    Keith Gatlin talks about Harry Giles' visit to Maryland
    Keith Gatlin did not come up to Maryland for Midnight Madness when he was being recruited by Lefty Driesell. Nor does Gatlin remember much from that event during his career in College Park, which ended in 1988. “I came up on my official...
  • Big Ten basketball embracing Maryland, Rutgers

    Next time you're at a bar with a college-hoops-loving crowd, toss up this trivia question: Which Big Ten team has won the most games in the Big Ten-ACC Challenge? Hint: It's not Wisconsin, Michigan State or Illinois. The answer: Maryland, which went...