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Tracking the Terps

Tracking the Terps News and notes on Maryland football, basketball and other sports
Maryland men's season finale against Michigan State moved to March 4

Maryland will finish its regular season at home on March 4 against Michigan State in a 2 p.m.

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Maryland women fall short in comeback against Ohio State, lose 98-87

The Maryland women’s basketball team has been unbeatable in the Big Ten since joining the conference three years ago, save for one notable exception: Ohio State.

With an opportunity to secure a third straight Big Ten regular season championship, the second-ranked Terps again failed to solve their nemesis Monday night in a 98-87 loss to the No. 12 Buckeyes at Value City Arena.

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Terps center Michal Cekovsky will miss rest of season after fracturing ankle

Late-season injuries often impact the outcome of seasons for college basketball teams, and No. 24 Maryland will now be dealing with one of its own.

A day after junior center Michal Cekovsky appeared to roll his left ankle late in a 71-60 loss at Wisconsin, the team announced that the 7-1 Slovakian had fractured it and will miss the remainder of the season.

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Melo Trimble named Big Ten Player of the Week

Maryland junior guard Melo Trimble, who rediscovered his outside shooting touch in his team’s last two games on the road, was named Big Ten Player of the Week on Monday.

Trimble followed up a career-high 32-point performance in Wednesday’s 74-64 win at Northwestern with 27 points in Sunday’s 71-60 loss at Wisconsin.

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Melo Trimble gets little help as Maryland loses at Wisconsin, 71-60

This was what many expected from the Maryland men’s basketball team this season, before three freshmen starters showed that the Terps were more than just junior guard Melo Trimble.

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Big Ten player of the year award could be on the line when Maryland meets Ohio State

The question is actually no question at all in her coach's estimation. The answer, according to her longtime partner in crime: "Easy money."

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