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Back from injury, Wiley’s ready to break out

A year removed from his season-ending nee injury, Dion Wiley is fully healthy and the best he’s ever been, ready to take on a major role with the Terps this year.

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Turgeon expecting to play more small ball this year

Without a proven inside scorer, Mark Turgeon expects to play more small ball than he has since taking over the Terps.

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Turgeon signed to four-year contract extension

Coming off back-to-back 27-win seasons Mark Turgeon has been given a four-year contract extension to remain at Maryland through the 2022-23 season.

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Re-tooled Terps still on of Big Ten’s best

The Terps may have to replace four starters from last year’s Sweet 16 squad, but any team with Melo Trimble still can be the very best teams in the nation.

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Terps seeking more than just B1G titles

Led by two of the best players in the country, with the nation’s best recruiting class coming in, No. 9 Maryland WBB has high expectations for this coming season.

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Portland trades up to take Jake Layman

Jake Layman’s athleticism, length and shooting ability makes him worth a flyer for the Portland Trail Blazers as they traded into the draft to get him.

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Diamond Stone drafted by Clippers

Diamond Stone fell out of the first round, but was taken 40th overall by the New Orleans Pelicans and traded to the Los Angeles Clippers.

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Trimble’s return keeps Terps a threat in the B1G

While it is unfortunate for Melo Trimble that he has to put his NBA dreams on hold for at least another year, his return is tremendous news for Maryland.

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Moseley drafted 21st in WNBA Draft

After serving as their spark off the bench, Brene Moseley was drafted 21st overall in the WNBA Draft by the Indiana Fever.

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Stone and Trimble declare for draft

Diamond Stone and Melo Trimble will both put their names in for the NBA Draft. Trimble has not hired an agent, leading a return to Maryland possible.

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