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  • With coach's vote of confidence, Terps guard Dion Wiley keeps on shooting

    If there was a bright spot for the Maryland men's basketball team in Wednesday’s deflating 64-57 defeat at Illinois, it was the re-emergence of freshman guard Dion Wiley as a reliable off-the-bench scorer. Wiley hit his first shot, a 3-pointer...
  • New Terps forward Ivan Bender has 'hard' path to playing time, Mark Turgeon says

    New Terps forward Ivan Bender has 'hard' path to playing time, Mark Turgeon says
    Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon on Friday discussed Ivan (pronounced E-vin) Bender, the 6-foot-9 forward from Bosnia and Herzegovina who is expected to enroll in College Park on Monday. Asked after practice at Purdue on Friday whether...
  • European forward prospect Ivan Bender set to enroll, join Terps

    European forward prospect Ivan Bender set to enroll, join Terps
    The bench for the Maryland men’s basketball team will get a little bigger, and taller, next week. Ivan Bender, 19, a 6-foot-9, 230-pound forward considered among the top young players playing in Croatia, is expected to enroll in the university for...
  • Terps face a Michigan State team that has improved since their first meeting

    Terps face a Michigan State team that has improved since their first meeting
    Maryland point guard Melo Trimble has watched a lot of tape of Michigan State the past couple of days. Trimble even nearly quoted point guard Travis Trice's exact assist-to-turnover ratio since the Terps' 68-66 double overtime victory when the teams met...
  • Terps eye first capacity crowd when Michigan State visits Saturday

    Will Xfinity Center finally mark the spot for nationally-ranked Maryland? After attracting sparse crowds for nonconference games and not selling out for last month’s ACC-Big Ten matchup against longtime rival Virginia, Michigan State’s first...
  • With a little help from Juan Dixon, Maryland's student managers are also racking up wins

    With a little help from Juan Dixon, Maryland's student managers are also racking up wins
    Word spread quickly through the ranks of Big Ten men's basketball student managers within hours after Maryland had played — and won — its first game at Michigan State. Joe Baker, a junior who is the head manager at Purdue, saw a message on a...
  • Terps overcome mostly-stagnant offense in 73-65 win over Rutgers

    Terps overcome mostly-stagnant offense in 73-65 win over Rutgers
    In this case, the numbers did lie — at least a little. Maryland was outscored badly to start both halves and outshot by Rutgers Wednesday night at Xfinity Center. The Terps were missing open looks and forcing a number of shots while not doing a...
  • Richaud Pack wants to contribute to Terps' success, regardless of role

    When he joined the Maryland men's basketball team last summer after transferring from North Carolina A&T, senior guard Richaud Pack wasn't sure what role he would play for the Terps, except one: a good teammate. Pack understood what transpired before he...
  • Terps teammates and Mark Turgeon share Jared Nickens' confidence

    Terps teammates and Mark Turgeon share Jared Nickens' confidence
    Jared Nickens smiles when he recalls some of the summer basketball camps he attended growing up in New Jersey. "I always wanted to do the shooting drills, I never wanted to do the dribbling drills or other drills, I would always want to shoot,"...
  • Jayson Werth to undergo shoulder surgery today

    Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth will undergo surgery on the acromioclavicular joint in his right shoulder on Friday and will require two to three months of rehabilitation, which could put the veteran's availability for opening day in...
  • Damonte Dodd coming off tough two-game stretch on the road

    Damonte Dodd coming off tough two-game stretch on the road
    While Maryland managed a split on the road last week in the Big Ten – winning at Purdue on Saturday after losing at Illinoid on Wednesday – sophomore center Damonte Dodd had his toughest two-game stretch of the season. Dodd finished with six...