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MM 7.29: Maryland’s basketball programs announce participation in the Baha Mar Hoops Event

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

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The Maryland men’s and women’s basketball teams will both participate in the 2021 Baha Mar Hoops Event, which is set to to take place in November in the Bahamas, the programs jointly announced Wednesday afternoon.

The men will compete in a four-team tournament that includes the likes of Richmond, Louisville and Mississippi State. The Terps will initially take on Richmond in the semifinals on November 25, and if they manage to advance, they will face either Louisville or Mississippi State in the final round on November 27.

The Maryland women’s basketball program will also face a couple of strong Division I teams in its field. The Terps will first play N.C. State on November 25, then they will compete against last year’s national champions with a matchup against Stanford on November 27. Indiana, Miami, South Florida and Washington State are the other teams that will participate.

The games will be played at the Baha Mar Convention Center.

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