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Maryland basketball's Melo Trimble named No.1 impact sophomore by Sports Illustrated

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Sports Illustrated showed Melo Trimble some love by giving him the top spot in their 2015-16 season impact sophomore list. That's more good press for Mark Turgeon and Maryland basketball.

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Maryland Basketball

Melo Trimble, Jakob Poeltl among top projected sophomores - College Basketball - SI.com
Maryland basketball is getting more notoriety as Melo Trimble is named the No.1 impact sophomore for 2015-16 season. Utah's Jakob Poeltl and Duke's Grayson Allen were also among top projected sophomores in college basketball.

Five of Maryland's potential basketball recruits in ESPN's top 100 - Baltimore Sun
Five players who have shown interest in the Maryland men's basketball team are ranked in the Class of 2016's top 100 in the new ESPN ratings.

Can the Terps Land 4-star F Mario Kegler?
The Terps have become a factor on the recruiting circuit. Maryland is now in contention for another Top 50 player: 4-star small forward Mario Kegler.

Maryland Football

No. 2 ILB Rahshaun Smith sets Dec. 4 official visit to Maryland - Testudo Times
Rahshaun Smith has his official visit to Maryland set for early December. If they are able to land the inside linebacker from Florida, he could bring a buzz and boost to the Terps and their defense in 2016.

Perry Hills holds a slight lead in Maryland quarterback competition - Testudo Times
In an interview with ESPN 980, Edsall gave his first official statement that Hills is the guy to beat in the three-man race.

Big Ten football 2015 preview: Predictions, all-conference teams, standings - Testudo Times
What to expect in Maryland's second Big Ten season: preseason All-Big Ten teams and conference standings predictions.

Misc. Maryland News

Maryland men's soccer preview: Will this season be a return to glory? - Testudo Times
A flurry of new faces populate the Terps' roster, while a few familiar ones will play key roles as the team looks to rebound from a dissapointing early exit last season.

#3 Terps Set for Season Opener Friday - Maryland Terrapins Athletics - University of Maryland Terps Official Athletic Site
The third-ranked Maryland field hockey team opens its 2015 season with two games in the Conference Cup this weekend. The Terrapins will play at Temple in Philadelphia Friday at 3 p.m., then will return home to host Saint Joseph's Sunday at 2 p.m. Towson and Temple will play in the first game of the day Sunday in College Park.

13 A Lucky Number for the Terps in '15 - Maryland Terrapins Athletics - University of Maryland Terps Official Athletic Site
It might be 2015 but 13 is the key number for the Maryland men's soccer program as it begins its quest for a third consecutive conference sweep of both the regular season and tournament titles.

Maryland season ticket holders donate to Terrapin Club Scholarship Fund - Baltimore Sun
With the price of scholarships rising, this initiative appears to be Maryland trying to keep pace. The university estimated that the cost of the Terrapin Club Scholarship Fund will rise to $13 million, which includes the new cost of attendance, and the hope is that donations from football season tickets will help offset the increase and "create equity among all season ticket holders in donor sections," according to deputy athletic director of development Joe Foley.