Maryland men’s basketball officially revealed its non-conference schedule for the upcoming 2021-22 season, the program announced Thursday.
The Terps will play a total of 11 non-conference regular season games, highlighted by matchups against Virginia Tech and Florida. Maryland will face off against the Hokies as apart of the Big Ten/ACC Men’s Basketball Challenge and that game will be played in College Park on December 1. The matchup against the Gators will take place in Brooklyn, New York, on December 12.
Another pair of non-conference contests to note of will be played in the Bahamas in the Baha Mar Hoops Event, which are set to be played in late November. Maryland will see the likes of Richmond and then either Louisville or Mississippi State to round out the event.
Other teams outside of the Big Ten that the Terps will take on this season include Quinnipiac, George Washington, Vermont, George Mason, Hofstra, Loyola (MD) and Brown.
Maryland will open non-conference play against Fayetteville State in an exhibition match on November 5.
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Maryland women's basketball has announced that it has agreed to a home-and-home series with the Baylor Bears, starting at Xfinity Center this season on Nov. 21.— Wesley Brown (@W_Brown21) July 29, 2021
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Former Terp Eryk Williamson is on for the United States as they look to break the quarterfinal stalemate against Qatar.— Wesley Brown (@W_Brown21) July 30, 2021
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