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Maryland Terrapins

The Maryland Terrapins, commonly referred to as the Terps, consist of 20 men's and women's athletic teams that represent the University of Maryland, College Park in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I competition. Maryland was a founding member of the Southern Conference in 1921, founding member of the Atlantic Coast Conference in 1952, and is now a member of the Big Ten Conference. The nickname was coined in 1932 by Dr. Harry C. "Curley" Byrd, then the school's football coach and later the school's president. Previously, Maryland teams were known as the "Old Liners"—a reference to the state's nickname, "The Old Line State." However, the school newspaper, The Diamondback...

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Past 10 meetings

W 60% L 40%
6 4
  • Terrapins @ Hawkeyes 66-65 W
  • Terrapins @ Wolverines 52-65 L
  • Boilermakers @ Terrapins 56-70 W
  • Terrapins @ Cornhuskers 60-45 W
  • Terrapins @ Badgers 61-69 L
  • Wildcats @ Terrapins 52-70 W
  • Fighting Illini @ Terrapins 78-67 L
  • Terrapins @ Spartans 55-69 L
  • Terrapins @ Buckeyes 75-61 W
  • Badgers @ Terrapins 60-64 W

Next meetings

  • Ohio St.(02-11-17) 77 - 86
  • @Penn St.(02-07-18) 70 - 74
  • Michigan(02-24-18) 85 - 61
  • Minnesota(01-18-18) 66 - 77

Offense 2018-2019

Season Stats Rank
POINTS 1,958 221
FG% 0.460 253
3PFG% 0.365 272
FT% 0.739 295
RO 255 90

Defense 2018-2019

Season Stats Rank
POINTS AGAINST 1,744 278
FG% AG. 0.393 340
3PFG% AG. 0.316 294
FT% AG. 0.713 121
RD 731 11

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maryland-terrapins Stats 2018-2019

Offensive
GP GS P A PH FGA FGM FTA FTM 3PFGA 3PFG RO
27 0 428 124 27 336 133 127 106 164 56 11
27 0 389 52 25 223 146 124 95 8 2 81
26 0 300 27 21 231 113 92 61 51 13 67
27 0 240 65 20 175 78 51 38 102 46 4
27 0 235 23 15 209 80 23 20 129 55 27
Defensive
GP GS RD B S TO FP FT
27 0 206 51 17 73 75 0
26 0 107 27 12 32 51 0
27 0 92 5 26 74 62 0
27 0 80 13 13 17 47 0
27 0 72 8 10 48 40 0

Stadium

Xfinity Center
College Park, Maryland, USA.
Capacity: 17,950