Next up is defending national champion Kentucky at the new Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., on Nov. 9.
“The ACC features some of the best teams in the country,” Terps coach Mark Turgeon said in a news release. “We are focused on building upon what we started last season and look forward to the challenge of our very competitive ACC schedule.”
Maryland opens conference play at home against Virginia Tech on Jan. 5.
North Carolina visits Comcast Center on March 6, while the Blue Devils will travel here Feb. 16. Nine of Maryland’s 18 conference games are against teams that reached the NCAA tournament last season.
Other nonconference opponents include Northwestern on Nov. 27 as part of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge and George Mason in the BB&T Classic at Washington's Verizon Center, on Dec. 2.