Maryland Terrapins Basketball Ticket Information
Be in attendance throughout the season when your Maryland Terrapins take the court to take on must-see non-conference foes and heated league rivals. Formerly a long-time member of the ACC, the Maryland basketball program transitioned over to the Big Ten beginning with the 2014-15 season, leaving behind an era that included substantial success at the conference level, not to mention the program’s first NCAA Tournament title in 2002. Whether you’re looking to show your support on the road, or interested in adding to the stringent home-court advantage felt inside the Comcast Center in College Park, the Vivid Seats marketplace offers Maryland basketball tickets for games throughout the season.
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Maryland Terrapins Mens Basketball Tickets Information
Maryland Aims for Fourth Consecutive NCAA Tournament berth
The 2017-18 season marks the start of the post-Melo Trimble era for Maryland. The Terrapins must find ways to replace the prodigious production lost with Trimble having moved on.
Expectations don’t change, however, especially given that the program has made the NCAA tournament in each of the past three seasons.
Head coach Mark Turgeon will lean on Anthony Cowan and Kevin Huerter in the backcourt, while 6-foot-7 sophomore Justin Jackson also returns. Jackson, a Toronto native, averaged over 10 points as a freshman a year ago.
Adding to the team’s young nucleus will be Bruno Fernando, a 6-10 freshman who was a four-star recruit and could be an instant difference maker.
The Big Ten will be hyper-competitive during the 2017-18 season, so every conference game for Maryland will be crucial to the team’s hopes of making the NCAA tournament for a fourth straight year.