College basketball season is right around the corner, and on Monday, a Maryland men’s basketball player was noted as a player to watch this year.
Entering his final season in College Park, Anthony Cowan Jr. was named a candidate for the 2019-2020 Bob Cousy Award, which is given to the best point guard in college basketball annually. He is one of 20 players on the watch list.
Cowan is coming a junior campaign in which he averaged 15.6 points, 4.4 assists and 3.7 rebounds per game while shooting 39.3 percent from the floor and 33.7 percent from long distance. While impressive, all of those numbers are actually down from his sophomore season, though not by much.
After the 2018-2019 concluded with a second-round exit in the NCAA Tournament at the hands of LSU, Cowan put his name in the draft pool and was evaluated by NBA scouts. As expected, he withdrew from draft consideration to return to Maryland for his senior season, and he’s expected to be the team’s leader once again.
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Cowan could be joined in the starting lineup by Ricky Lindo Jr., who is looking to make a big sophomore jump this season. Check out our player preview here.
Maryland football was blown out again on Saturday, this time by Purdue. Wes takes a dive into the film to figure out how the Terps were beaten.
Miss the rest of the Big Ten’s week in football? If so, you’re in luck. Lila recapped the biggest games on the slate.
In a top-25 matchup in the DMV, No. 25 Maryland men’s soccer was blanked in a 1-0 loss to No. 12 Georgetown.
Looks like some people think the Terps could win a national championship.
I discovered a criteria that each of the previous 17 college basketball national champions have met.— Eli Boettger (@boettger_eli) October 14, 2019
The only team that meets the criteria heading into the ‘19-20 season?
Here’s the checklist: pic.twitter.com/DlkaV6BCGT
Maryland football has announced another start time. The Terps will face off against Minnesota on Oct. 26, and kickoff is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. ET on ESPN or ESPN2.
Game Time Announcement ⏰— Maryland Football (@TerpsFootball) October 14, 2019
Terps and Gophers will kickoff at 3:30 p.m., on either ESPN or ESPN2 pic.twitter.com/rga6hwWeo6
Take a look inside a Maryland women’s basketball practice.
Working on our transition game this morning! This drill starts with a 5-man weave and goes into 3 on 2 then 2 on 1. https://t.co/PMg6TIDJqv— Maryland Women’s Basketball (@umdwbb) October 14, 2019
Former Terp Kristi Toliver and Washington Mystics teammate Elena Delle Donne — who won the WNBA Finals last week — were on the set of Good Morning America on Monday.
Maryland baseball released its full 2020 schedule, which includes a quartet of series against 2019 NCAA Tournament teams.
Maryland field hockey’s Madison Maguire and Noelle Frost were awarded by the Big Ten for their performances last week.
Check out some of the team’s highlights from last week.
Maryland volleyball will be going on a European tour next summer, and the team is trying to brush up on their foreign languages.
We're brushing up on our foreign languages for our international trip next summer— Maryland Volleyball (@TerpsVolleyball) October 14, 2019
More info at: https://t.co/poBnficoto
Help us get there by donating today! https://t.co/jww8ca9oyX#FearTheTurtle pic.twitter.com/cTJfBNpX3O
Maryland women’s soccer’s Thursday match against Indiana will be televised on the Big Ten Network.
TUNE IN— Maryland W. Soccer (@TerpsWSoccer) October 14, 2019
Can't make it to College Park on Thursday? We've got ya covered.
Thursday's matchup with Indiana will be televised live on @BigTenNetwork! #BeatIndiana x #FearTheTurtle pic.twitter.com/GW7vZZSveZ
Maryland softball swept the weekend, winning all three games of its fall ball slate against George Mason and St. Francis.
Recap of fall ball this past weekend:— Maryland Softball (@TerpsSoftball) October 14, 2019
George Mason ✅| 6-4 victory
Saint Francis ✅ | 6-2, 9-3 victories pic.twitter.com/CGNbnjLklE
And finally, a picture of Cathy Reese presented without comment.
The NBA preseason has hit his stride, and a few Terps were in action on Monday night.
I mean, 'no' is literally part of Bruno's name. pic.twitter.com/PEeEGUGS4K— FOX Sports: Hawks (@HawksOnFSSE) October 15, 2019
Alex Len showing off his range in the preseason. Expecting big things from the former Terps big this season, as he should be getting his first real opportunity to consistently start in the NBA and is coming off his best season as a pro. pic.twitter.com/FCf45FCf5P— Jordan Gold (@Jordan_Gold0) October 15, 2019