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MM 3.9: Big Ten tournament bracket revealed for Maryland men’s basketball

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

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After the final games of the regular season were wrapped up Sunday — including No. 9 Maryland men’s basketball’s 83-70 victory over No. 25 Michigan to clinch a share of its first Big Ten title — the Big Ten tournament bracket was announced later that night.

The Terps received a No. 3 seed — behind only No. 1-seed Wisconsin and No. 2-seed Michigan State.

The tournament will begin Wednesday at 6 p.m. with the opening-round games as No. 12-Minnesota against No. 13-seed Northwestern and No. 11-seed Indiana against No. 14-seed Nebraska.

Following a first two-round bye, Maryland will take on the winner of No. 6-seed Penn State and the Hoosiers/ Cornhuskers Friday at 9 p.m. in the quarterfinals.

In other news

No. 9 Maryland men’s basketball won its final game of the regular season against No. 25 Michigan, 83-70, for a share of the Big Ten regular season title.

Here’s what I took away from the Terps’ 16th home victory of the season.

No. 1-seed Maryland women’s basketball captured the Big Ten tournament championship with an 82-65 win over No. 6-seed Ohio State.

Anthony Cowan Jr. had his senior day Sunday, so we counted down the top-seven moments of his career and looked at his career through the eyes of other Maryland greats.

Kevin Huerter returned to the DMV Saturday for a matchup against the Washington Wizard and put together a career game in the absence of Trae Young.

No. 7 Maryland men’s lacrosse holds on late for a 14-13 victory against Albany.

Maddie McSally recorded a career-high 16 shots en route to No. 15 Maryland women’s lacrosse’s 16-11 victory against Hofstra.

After victories on Friday and Saturday against Bryant, Maryland baseball completed the sweep the Bulldogs Sunday with 10-4 win.

Morgan has the recap of No. 9 Maryland men’s basketball’s Sunday win.

Anthony Cowan Jr. reveled in winning the Big Ten regular season title.

Check out some more of the celebration festivities.

Scott Van Pelt took to Twitter to congratulate the team.

Atlanta Hawks players and former Terps Kevin Huerter and Bruno Fernando made the trip back to College Park to soak in the game.

Check out the scenes from Maryland women's basketball's Big Ten tournament championship.

A few Terps seemed fired up abut the Big Ten tournament championship.

The Terps are returning to College Park with some new hardware.

Logan Wisnauskas joined the 100-club this weekend.

Maryland men’s lacrosse raised $48,000 for cancer research.

Maddie McSally had herself a day, saving 16 shots — the most from a Terp goalie since 2017.

Kali Hartshorn recorded her 200th career point this weekend.

Bat flips are becoming a regular for Maxwell Costes.