Maryland Basketball

Maryland men’s basketball receives commitment from transfer guard Cashius McNeilly

Maryland men’s basketball received a commitment for the 2022-23 season from transfer guard Cashius McNeilly. McNeilly is 6-foot-4 and was the No. 131 ranked player in the Class of 2019, according to 24/7 Sports Composite. He went to Texas A&M, where he redshirted as a freshman and then opted out of last season because of COVID-19. From there, he transferred to TCU, but left that program and decided to attend junior college.
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Maryland's Frese coaching against Michigan after father passed away

Maryland women's basketball head coach Brenda Frese is doing the unthinkable today. She's coaching her team against ranked Michigan hours after her father passed away. The team announced Bill Frese's passing prior to tip-off, he was 89. Frese announced last March that her father was battling prostate cancer.
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Maryland men’s basketball vs. Michigan preview

After falling to Rutgers at home, Maryland men’s basketball is back on the road as it gets set to take on the Michigan Wolverines in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The Terps are 1-5 in conference play and 9-8 overall following the loss to the Scarlet Knights. Maryland entered halftime in that matchup with an 11-point lead but Rutgers outscored the Terps 43-21 in the second half to find the win.
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Maryland basketball lands transfer commitment

Cashius McNeilly is a Terp. McNeilly, the former Texas A&M guard who visited over the weekend, committed to Maryland on Sunday night. He's eligible to play beginning next season and has three years of eligibility remaining. McNeilly, a 6-foot-4 guard from Canada, was scheduled in December but had to reschedule....

Game thread: No. 8 Maryland women’s basketball vs. No. 11 Michigan

No. 8 Maryland women’s basketball is back at the Xfinity Center and set to take on No. 10 Michigan in its sixth conference game of the season. The Terps will look to extend its winning streak to three after picking up back-to-back wins over Penn State and Minnesota following its sole Big Ten loss to then-No. 8 Indiana.

Michigan Basketball: 3 things to watch vs Maryland

Michigan basketball takes on Maryland on Tuesday, January 18th at 7:00 PM EST. U-M is coming off a tough loss to Illinois and is currently on a three-game losing skid. This would be the first time ever at any point in Juwan Howard’s tenure is below .500 on the season.
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No. 11 Michigan Shuts Down No. 8 Maryland in 69-49 Rout

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Maddie Nolan connected from 3-point range to give No. 11 Michigan an early lead. Leigha Brown did the same moments later. The Wolverines (15-2, 6-1 Big Ten) would go on to make their first seven shots, and by the time the first quarter ended, they led by 10 — and Naz Hillmon, their best player, had barely touched the ball.

Rutgers 70, Maryland 59: Wheels Fall Off | Second-Half Collapse | Harper Hurts

For the first time in Big Ten play, it appeared, Maryland basketball would win consecutive games. The Terps jumped on Rutgers early and never trailed in the first half, building an 11-point halftime lead. And then the wheels fell off the bus in the second half, the Scarlet Knights dominated for 20 minutes and the Terps fell, 70-59, erasing any momentum they'd built with that double-overtime win at Northwestern days earlier.

Three takeaways from Maryland men’s basketball’s loss to Rutgers

Maryland men’s basketball entered this one after winning in double-overtime against Northwestern on the road and came back to College Park searching for that second conference win. Although Rutgers had not been successful on road this season, that changed on Saturday when the Terps could not capitalize on a...