The Terps always bring their A-game to “The House that Gary Built,” and with Maryland Terrapins men’s basketball tickets you can suit up in your Red, White, Black, and Gold and join the ecstatic cheers Maryland fans use to pump them up, so come support the Terps battle through the ACC live.
With 2013-2014 Maryland basketball tickets hitting the open market, Terps fans will be able to see their team play from the first game of the year through March Madness. Maryland home games have become incredibly popular with all the success the Terps have attained through the years. Vivid Seats has stocked up cheap seats to the most important games on the 2013-2014 Maryland basketball schedule. UMD basketball tickets may be hot ticket items in the Old Line State, but that doesn't mean you can't be part of all the fun.
Our Comcast Center seating chart is indispensable for anyone hot on the trail for Terps basketball tickets. Maryland basketball tickets are your admission to a game with one of college basketball's most successful teams. Tip-off your college hoops season here at Vivid Seats!
Maryland NCAA Tournament Information
The Terps set out from campus each basketball season hoping to earn a spot among the sixty-eight teams that qualify for the NCAA Tournament. Place your trust in Vivid Seats to provide you with the most exclusive Maryland NCAA Tournament tickets and Final Four Tournament tickets.
Terps to Open 2012-13 Season Against Defending National Champs in Brooklyn
The beginning of each new college basketball season is always an exciting time, due in large part to the number of intriguing matchups lined up at a variety of tournaments across the country. This fall will be no different, as Maryland is set to face defending national champion, Kentucky, in the inaugural Barclays Center Classic on Nov. 9. The contest will be the first college basketball game ever to be played at the brand new Brooklyn venue. Check out Vivid Seats for 2012-13 Maryland basketball tickets for this event and all the games on the schedule, including always exciting ACC rivals like Duke, North Carolina, and Florida State.
Maryland basketball continues to show a level of consistency within its program, as last season’s 17-15 overall finish marked the 19th straight season the Terrapins have finished with a winning record. The tradition appears to be in good hands for the immediate future, as the signings of Charles Mitchell, Shaquille Cleare, Jake Layman, and Seth Allen, gave Maryland the 13th-best recruiting class in the nation for the upcoming season.