Mark Turgeon

Turgeon, Terps Collect Conference Honors After Record SeasonTerps coach Mark Turgeon is the Big Ten Conference Coach of the Year; Dez Wells, Melo Trimble and Jake Layman earn All-Conference honors.
Snider: For Turgeon, it’s Playoffs or Pink SlipRick Snider: Either Maryland reaches the NCAA Tournament next spring or coach Mark Turgeon has to go.
Mark Turgeon Says Terps Now in League that Wants ThemRandy Edsall and Mark Turgeon, school president Wallace Loh, AD Kevin Anderson and Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany were all on hand for the Maryland/Big Ten Network block party at Nats Park.
Maryland Guard Seth Allen TransfersGuard Seth Allen is leaving the Maryland basketball program.
Maryland Falls Short Against No. 8 DukeMaryland had two chances in the final seconds to walk out of Cameron Indoor Stadium with a win one last time.
End of an Era: Terps-Duke to Play Final Game as ACC FoesWhen the Terps visit No. 8 Duke in Cameron Indoor Stadium on Saturday for the final time after 60 years as ACC foes, it will truly be the end of an exciting era in Maryland basketball history.
Terps-Heels: The End Of A RivalryThey played their first game as conference rivals in December 1954. Nearly 60 years later, Maryland and North Carolina will meet for the final time in a regular season Atlantic Coast Conference game tonight in Chapel Hill.
Seth Allen's Value Proven By His AbsenceMaryland point guard Seth Allen's true value is being revealed by his absence. He broke his left foot in practice on Oct. 29 and figures to miss at least another month.
Maryland Won't Settle for Less Than NCAA Tourney The rebirth of the Maryland basketball program under coach Mark Turgeon has thus far produced two baby steps.
NCAA Appearance Would Help Terps Leave Lasting Impression on ACCWith the Maryland men's basketball team having not made the NCAA Tournament since 2010, none of the current Terps have ever been to the big dance. With 2013-14 being Maryland's last season in the ACC, this is the optimal chance for them to leave their lasting mark.
Terps Can't Contain Heels; Fall On Senior Night, 79-68
Seth Allen Saves Maryland, Terps Upset No. 2 Duke 83-81Maryland entered the game against No. 2 Duke on Saturday night in a must-win situation after last Sunday's loss to Virginia at home.
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