The No. 11-seed Terps will face Akron in the title game.
The Terps won just two of their 10 matchups, as the lineup was missing two of its top talents.
The Terps head to Baltimore to take on last year’s NCAA Tournament cinderella.
The No. 7 Terps host the Dukes on Saturday.
It’s the Final Four, and the Terps and Hoosiers are set to meet for a third time.
This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.
The Terps drop to 1-1 in their early pair of Big Ten games.
Follow along as the Terps play on the road.
Highlights from the introductory press conference.
The Terps surprised many by being here, but they’re confident they belong.
The Terps leave the state of Maryland for the first time this season.
The Terps got the head coach everyone seemed to expect. So where do we go from here?
After not getting the job in 2015, Locksley was the best candidate for the post this time.
The former Maryland offensive coordinator’s recruiting chops and strong local ties outweighed a disastrous first head-coaching job. The Terps have their coach.
The former Terps interim coach will leave Alabama’s offensive coordinator position to return to College Park.
The Terps went 1-1 against Virginia and Penn State, but moved up a spot in the rankings.
The No. 7 Terps cruise to their eighth win of the season.
The junior point guard had six turnovers and missed his first four threes, but hit a pair of daggers late.
The best shots from the Terps’ early conference victory.
The Terps’ bench was just about nonexistent for the second straight game.
The Terps overcame the turnover bug and a halftime deficit to start 1-0 in conference play.
Follow along as the Terps and Nittany Lions square off in their conference openers.
The No. 7 Terps host the Retrievers for an in-state battle.
The Terps have also "quietly ended their involvement" with the search firm they contracted.
The Terps look to begin a new winning streak as they open conference play against the Nittany Lions.
The No. 11-seed Terrapins took down No. 3-seed Kentucky in Lexington.
The No. 24 Terps open conference play at home against the Nittany Lions.
As the Terps begin to interview candidates, it seems like some familiar names are rising above the rest.