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MM 9.9: Maryland men’s basketball’s Big Ten schedule released

This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

Maryland v Indiana Photo by Michael Hickey/Getty Images

The Big Ten announced the 2022-23 men’s basketball conference schedule Thursday, including 20 conference matchups for first-year head coach Kevin Willard and Maryland.

The Terps begin conference play on Dec. 2 at home against Illinois and Dec. 6 at Wisconsin, part of a challenging five-game stretch that also includes games against Louisville, Tennessee and UCLA.

After three weeks of continued nonconference play, Maryland’s Big Ten schedule kicks fully into gear with a trip to Michigan on New Year’s Day. The Wolverines will come to College Park on Jan. 19.

The Terps have four weekend home games against Big Ten teams: Ohio State on Jan. 8, Nebraska on Jan. 28, Penn State on Feb. 11 and Northwestern on Feb. 26 — the final home game of the season.

Other home games include matchups with Wisconsin, Indiana, Purdue and Minnesota.

Maryland only plays Rutgers, Iowa and Michigan State on the road this year, in addition to return games against all other Big Ten teams except for Indiana, Illinois and Northwestern. The Terps’ final two games of the 2022-23 season will come away from XFINITY Center, traveling to Ohio State on Mar. 1 and Penn State on Mar. 5.

The 2023 Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament will be held Mar. 8-12 at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois.

In other news

Maryland women’s soccer fell to No. 24 Wake Forest, 1-0.

On the day of her passing, Maryland athletics reminisced on Queen Elizabeth II’s visit to a Terps football game in 1957.

Alyssa Thomas continued her outstanding play in the WNBA playoffs, becoming the Connecticut Sun’s all-time leading postseason rebounder en route to a series victory in the semifinals. Thomas plays alongside fellow Terp Brionna Jones.

Maryland football wished its alumni good luck for the 2022 NFL season, including Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs, who finished Thursday’s season opener with eight receptions for 122 yards and a touchdown.

Maryland tennis’ Selma Cadar was ranked No. 102 in ITA Tennis’ national preseason rankings.

The court at XFINITY Center got a facelift for the upcoming season.

Maryland women’s golf released its starting lineup for the Yale Invitational this weekend.

Fanatics released a new line of officially-licensed jerseys for college teams, including Maryland football and its players.