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Maryland's Brionna Jones Earns Multiple National Player Of The Week Honors

After averaging 33.5 points and 12.0 rebounds for the week of Jan. 9-15, Maryland senior center Brionna Jones was awarded multiple Player of the Week honors.

Terps Freshmen Trio Lays Groundwork For Solid Future Footing

Glenn Clark thinks there is something potentially special about this year's Maryland men's basketball team, and he says this could be the group that finally delivers Maryland to that true level of national competition.

Injuries Behind Them, Dion Wiley And Ivan Bender Contributing For Terps

Having both been set back by injuries, Maryland guard Dion Wiley and forward Ivan Bender formed a bond while recovering and are now both making their mark with the Terps.

Freshman Destiny Slocum Providing Leadership For Maryland Women

"She has all of the intangibles," Brenda Frese said of freshman guard Destiny Slocum. "... Her motor and her passion just jump out at you. Destiny is always going to play one way, and that's all out."

Terry Hasseltine Optimistic Army-Navy Will Return To Maryland

After hosting the Army-Navy football game in two of the past three years, Maryland Sports' Terry Hasseltine is optimistic the rivalry will return to the Baltimore-Washington, D.C. area.

With New Book, Don Markus Sheds Light On Little-Known Maryland Basketball History

Baltimore Sun sportswriter Don Markus compiled an in-depth history of the Maryland men's basketball program in his book, "100 Things Maryland Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die."

Maryland Tops Illinois Behind Anthony Cowan, Jaylen Brantley

Led by a game-high 19 points from freshman Anthony Cowan and 12 points off the bench from Jaylen Brantley, the Terps defeated Illinois, 62-56, to improve to 16-2 on the season and first in the Big Ten at 4-1.

Damonte Dodd Key For Terps On Both Ends Of The Floor

Maryland's Damonte Dodd recorded six blocks against Indiana Jan. 10, as the senior center continues to show his defensive versatility for the Terps.

Undefeated Navy Wrestlers Preparing For Season's Biggest Match

After starting the season 6-0 in dual-meet matches, the Midshipmen wrestling team looks to earn a top 25 national ranking with a win against rival Lehigh Jan. 13.

Trio Of Terps Freshmen Continue To 'Answer The Bell'

"When have they not answered the bell?" Maryland coach Mark Turgeon asked rhetorically, after freshmen Anthony Cowan, Kevin Huerter and Justin Jackson impressed once again during the Terps' win against Indiana.

Maryland Tops Michigan In First Big Ten Road Test

Jared Nickens was 4-for-4 from 3-point range to help the Terps beat the Wolverines, 77-70, and improve to 14-2 overall and 2-1 in Big Ten play.

Kevin Huerter Follows Mark Turgeon's Advice

Kevin Huerter's performance was one of the Terps' few bright spots in Maryland's loss to Nebraska, and continued aggressive play from Huerter could help open up Maryland's offense.

Nebraska's Zone Defense Stifles Maryland In Crunch Time

The Maryland men's basketball team lost a double-digit lead in the second half and fell at home to Nebraska, 67-65. Freshman guard Kevin Huerter led the Terps with 26 points, including seven 3-pointers.

Terps To Face Toughest Test Of Season Against Top-Ranked UConn

The Maryland women's basketball team will face its toughest test of the season when the Terps host top-ranked Connecticut in front of a capacity crowd at Xfinity Center Dec. 29.

Small Ball Effective For Terps In Win Against Illinois

Injuries to Michal Cekovsky and Damonte Dodd forced the Terps to play small ball for their Big Ten opener, and Maryland made it work, knocking off Illinois, 84-59.

Maryland Loses, 36-30, To Boston College, Ends Season 6-7

In the Quick Lane Bowl at Ford Field in Detroit, the Terps were unable to complete a second-half comeback and finished sub-.500 in DJ Durkin's first season.

Navy Falls To Louisiana Tech In Armed Forces Bowl

Zach Abey threw for 159 yards, ran for 114 yards and accounted for three touchdowns, but Navy fell to Louisiana Tech, 48-45, to end its season on a three-game losing streak.

Terps Set To Face Boston College With Healthy Perry Hills

Despite battling injuries all season, the Terps expect a healthy Perry Hills to lead the Maryland offense against Boston College during the Quick Lane Bowl at Detroit's Ford Field Dec. 26.

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