By: Jack Rothenberg
For Maryland Basketball, the 2010s consisted of five seasons going to the big dance, one appearance in the NIT tournament, and a handful of exceptional Division I players. It was highlighted by Greivis Vasquez’s 2010 ACC player of the year nomination, Gary Williams’ retirement the year after, and the school’s move to the Big Ten in 2014. With Mark Turgeon taking over in 2011, his teams had the biggest impact on the decade. The team … Read More »
by Zachary Wilson
As the season screeches to a halt, two of Maryland’s top players are ready to enter the NBA draft. Since there isn’t much else to do, let’s take a look at how they stack up as well as their measurables.
Measurables (Drawn from 2019-2020 season from College Basketball Reference):
6ft tall, 180 pounds16.3 Pts, 3.6 Reb, 4.7 Ast per game39% overall FG percentage, 81% free throw shooterOver 1000 minutes played across 31 games (about 35 … Read More »
Smith Named CBS Sports All-American
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (March 16, 2020) – Maryland sophomore forward Jalen Smith has been named a Third Team All-American by CBS Sports, announced Monday. Last week Smith was named a Third Team All-American by Sports Illustrated and Sporting News.
Smith is also a top-5 finalist for the Karl Malone Power Forward of the Year Award and a top-10 semifinalist for the Citizen Naismith Player of the Year Award, while having already earned First Team … Read More »
Undefeated Home Streak comes to an end in Front of a Sellout Crowd
With their first primetime ESPN match up of the season, the Terps didn’t respond to the “bright lights and big city” feel of the game. This match held large implications for the Big Ten regular season title, as an MSU win would put them just one game behind Maryland with two games left to play.
Sadly, this game saw the return of the patented … Read More »
Seth Greenberg before the Michigan State game