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Big Ten announces 2022-23 home and away opponents for Maryland men’s and women’s basketball

The Big Ten Conference announced Thursday the Maryland men’s basketball team’s home and away opponents for the 2022-23 season, the first under new coach Kevin Willard.

The Terps, who finished 15-17 last season, will play Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Ohio State, Penn State, Purdue and Wisconsin on the road and at home.

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Maryland’s matchups against Illinois, Indiana and Northwestern will only be played at the Xfinity Center. Meanwhile, the Terps will only play Iowa, Michigan State and Rutgers on the road.

Indiana, Michigan, Ohio State, Illinois, Iowa, Rutgers and Michigan State qualified for the NCAA Tournament in 2021-22.

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The Terps have previously announced nonconference matchups against Tennessee, Saint Louis and UCLA. Maryland will play the Volunteers in the 2022 Basketball Hall of Fame Invitational on Dec. 11. The Terps’ matchup against the Bruins will take place at the Xfinity Center on Dec. 14, and they play Saint Louis in the Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut, on Nov. 19

Maryland women’s basketball opponents

The Terps women will welcome 2022 NCAA Tournament participants Iowa, Nebraska, Ohio State and Michigan to the Xfinity Center.

Maryland will face Iowa, Michigan State, Nebraska, Ohio State and Rutgers on the road and at home. They will play Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota and Penn State only at home and will meet Indiana, Northwestern, Purdue and Wisconsin only on the road.

Maryland, which finished 23-9 and reached the Sweet 16 for the second straight season, returns All-Big Ten honoree and 2021 Big Ten tournament Most Valuable Player Diamond Miller, as well as Big Ten Sixth Player of the Year Shyanne Sellers.

Two-time National Coach of the Year Brenda Frese will bring in eight new players next season, including AP All-American honorable mention Abby Meyers (Princeton), All-SEC transfer Lavender Briggs (Florida), All-AAC transfer Elisa Pinzan (USF) and All-CAA transfer Allie Kubek (Towson).

Earlier this spring, Frese also signed two top-55 incoming freshmen in Gia Cooke and Brianna McDaniel. Incoming freshman Ava Sciolla and Mila Reynolds signed with Maryland in November, giving the Terps a top 10 recruiting class for the 15th time under Frese.

Game dates, times and television information will be announced at a later date.


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