WASHINGTON – The Big Ten tournament will continue Saturday before wrapping up Sunday, and Maryland will be watching from home, having dropped its first game after a double bye, 72-64 to the Northwestern Wildcats. Maryland was up by as much…
Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon talks to the media prior to the Terps’ first game in the 2017 Big Ten Tournament. (Abby Mergenmeier/Capital News Service)
COLLEGE PARK– The University of Maryland spring sports teams, along with men’s basketball’s Mark Turgeon and Melo Trimble, sat down with the media to discuss their teams’ current status and preparation for competition down the road.
This year Big Ten Media Day was hosted right down the road in Washington. Maryland’s head coach Mark Turgeon and two players addressed the media about the upcoming season. Coach Turgeon says this isn’t a veteran team but they should still be able to compete in the Big Ten.
A strong defensive effort wasn’t enough for Maryland, who fell short against Michigan State in semifinal.
Jake Layman and the Terps fire on all cylinders in win against Nebraska in Big Ten tournament quarterfinals.
The Maryland Terrapins start Big Ten play today ranked No. 3 – not where they were expected to be at this point in the season.