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Maryland Terrapins Basketball Details
The Terrapins have a rich college basketball history, and moved to a new neighborhood (the Big Ten) recently. The opponents might not be the same, but the home team still makes a game at Maryland a must-see event.
Maryland’s basketball program dates back to 1904, and the school became a charter member of the Atlantic Coast Conference in 1953. During their six decades in the ACC, the Terps won five regular-season titles and three conference tournament championships, appeared in 24 NCAA tournaments, and claimed a national title in 2002.
The 2002 team was coached by Maryland alumnus Gary Williams, who piloted the program for 22 seasons. The Terps defeated Indiana in the final by a 64-52 margin, with guard Juan Dixon being named as Most Outstanding Player after averaging nearly 26 points per game in the tournament.
In 2014, Maryland joined the Big Ten Conference. As such, it doesn’t yet have a natural conference rival to replace Duke, Virginia and North Carolina.
Maryland plays home games on campus at Xfinity Center, which opened in 2002 and holds 17,950 fans for basketball. Four thousand of those seats are designated for the student section – known as “The Wall” – in the first 10 rows on all sides of the arena.
The arena is 2.3 miles from the College Park Metro Station, for those coming from closer to Washington, D.C. The university runs a shuttle service that can get you from the station to the arena on game nights.
Ready for some big-time, Big Ten hoops near our nation’s capital? Get your Terps tickets now!
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