Maryland was not among the 68 teams picked for the NCAA tournament, but the Terrapins were selected on Sunday to play in the National Invitation Tournament.One of four No. 2 seeds, Maryland (22-12) is set to host Niagara (19-13) in the Comcast Center on Tuesday at 7 p.m.&quot;We're excited about this,&quot; said head coach Mark Turgeon. &quot;We have a young team and we're playing a lot of young players. This is a great opportunity for us to keep playing.&quot;The four No. 1 seeds are Kentucky, Southern Miss, Alabama and Virginia.