The resurgence of the Maryland men’s basketball team and the emergence of freshman point guard Melo Trimble continued to gain recognition Monday.
Maryland men's basketball forward Evan Smotrycz wasn’t sure whether he would be ready to play against USC Upstate.
Little went right for 19th-ranked Maryland during the first half and early in the second half Saturday against USC Upstate, particularly for junior forward Jake Layman and freshman point guard Melo Trimble.
You've heard of “Breakfast at Wimbledon.” Saturday’s game between No. 19 Maryland and USC Upstate could be called “Brunch at the X."
Returning from a timeout midway through the first half of Wednesday's game against the Maryland men's basketball team, North Carolina Central coach LeVelle Moton had his Eagles switch from man-to-man defense to a 2-3 zone.
After reinjuring the left foot he broke in October and sitting out the past three games, Maryland senior forward Evan Smotrycz could get some minutes Saturday against USC-Upstate if there is no residual pain following his first practice in nearly two weeks.