The title in Kansas City was part of a 7-0 start that eventually grew to 14-1, including a double-overtime win at Michigan State in Maryland’s first Big Ten game. The win in East Lansing also marked the return of Wells, who eventually shed the soft cast he wore to protect the wrist and along with Trimble led the Terps to a surprising 14-4 record and second place behind Wisconsin. Both Wells and Trimble were named first-team all-Big Ten and Maryland finished 28-7, reaching the NCAA tournament for the first time under Turgeon. As a No. 4 seed, the Terps lost to No. 5 seed West Virginia in Columbus, Ohio, in the Round of 32.