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Maryland men’s and women’s basketball will play in multi-team event in Bahamas; Terps football sets home-and-home with UCF

The Maryland men’s and women’s basketball teams will compete in the 2021 Baha Mar Hoops Event, a multi-team event in the Bahamas, the school announced Wednesday.

The event, scheduled for late November, will be a part of both teams’ nonconference schedules.

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On the men’s side, the Terps will play Richmond on Nov. 25, while Louisville and Mississippi State will compete on the other side of the bracket. The championship and consolation games are scheduled for Nov. 27.

On the women’s side, Maryland’s slate is headlined by a matchup against defending national champion Stanford on Nov. 27. The Terps will also face North Carolina State, which advanced to the Sweet Sixteen, on Nov. 25. The field includes Indiana, Miami, South Florida and Washington State.

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

The Maryland men’s basketball team will play Florida at Barclays Center on Dec. 12 and host Virginia Tech on Dec. 1 as part of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. And a source previously confirmed that the Terps, who advanced to the Round of 32 in the NCAA tournament last season, will open the season against Quinnipiac on Nov. 9 at Xfinity Center.

The Maryland women’s basketball team, reigning Big Ten champions, return all five starters from last season’s team that advanced to Sweet Sixteen and led the nation in scoring.

Maryland football announces home-and-home series with UCF

Maryland football announced a two-game series with UCF, beginning with a matchup in College Park on August 30, 2025.

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The Terps will then travel to Orlando to face the Knights on Sept. 9, 2028.

Maryland is 1-1 all-time against UCF; the Terps defeated the Knights on the road in double overtime in 2016 and lost in College Park in 2017.

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