Typically, Senior Days are about players who have spent their entire college career in the same place, growing from freshman to senior, some even from role player to star.
For five of the 11 seniors — seven players and four team managers — the Maryland men’s basketball team will honor before Saturday’s regular-season home finale against Michigan at Xfinity Center, College Park was a second home. Or, in one case, a third home.
For Evan Smotrycz, there’s more than a little irony in the opponent the No. 14 Terps will face. The 6-foot-9, 230-pound forward spent his first two seasons playing for the Wolverines.
“Obviously, I was...