Maryland Men’s Basketball Player and Track Athlete Show off their Cooking Skills

By Rebecca Torchia Editor in Chief Multi-colored Christmas lights run along the top of each beige wall in the living room, stretching into the kitchen to disappear above dark-wooded cabinets. On the stove, two pots of water come to a boil. One will hold potatoes, the other will steam broccoli. A square pan heats up in preparation for chicken. This is the kitchen of Chef … Continue reading Maryland Men’s Basketball Player and Track Athlete Show off their Cooking Skills

Maryland Men’s Basketball Season Wrap-Up and Future Predictions

By Lamar Johnson For Unwind magazine The Terrapins exceeded expectations thanks to two driving forces: Melo Trimble, of course, and the trio of stellar freshman starters. Melo Trimble was Maryland basketball for the past three seasons. After he hit his final shot at Xfinity he proudly declared, “This is my state.” Two postseason losses later, the Terps would end the season 24-9, tied for second … Continue reading Maryland Men’s Basketball Season Wrap-Up and Future Predictions

Maryland Gears up for Another Deep March Madness Run

By Harrison Cann For Unwind magazine Coming off of a trip to the Sweet 16 for the first time since 2003, Melo Trimble and company are looking to advance even further this time around. The Maryland men’s basketball team finished the season ranked No. 25 in the nation with a 24-8 record. The Terps earned a No. 6 seed in the NCAA Tournament. ESPN college basketball analyst Joe Lunardi had … Continue reading Maryland Gears up for Another Deep March Madness Run

Maryland Basketball Season Preview: Terps to Watch

By Joe Ilardi For Unwind magazine With the 2016-17 Maryland Basketball season right around the corner, there are plenty of new and returning players to keep an eye on. Here are all the players to watch this coming season, from both the men and women’s squads. Photo by Sammi Silber Melo Trimble, Point Guard, Junior It may seem that Trimble has already proven himself to … Continue reading Maryland Basketball Season Preview: Terps to Watch

History and Success of Maryland Madness

By Ryan Romano Center Copy Editor At colleges across the country, basketball is returning with a bang. Midnight Madness events, as they’re often known, will attract thousands of fans and feature all sorts of festivities. The players take to the court, eager to shake off the rust, strut their stuff and make a run for the championship. But the tradition wouldn’t exist without the University … Continue reading History and Success of Maryland Madness

Basketball Fans Make Their Inaugural Big Ten Tournament Appearance

By Kyle Morel Instead of packing for an island vacation, some Terrapins fans packed their bags for a trip to the windy city for the Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament. The Terps defeated Indiana 75-69 last night to advance to the semifinals of their inaugural Big Ten Tournament appearance. Sophomore Eric Augustino, junior Bryan Farrell and senior Ben Kramer set out on a road trip … Continue reading Basketball Fans Make Their Inaugural Big Ten Tournament Appearance

Cole Field House History

By Jake Eisenberg Those of who did not grow up in its shadow or graced by its spotlight simply cannot comprehend or understand: Cole Field House was transcendent. It changed basketball, first and foremost. The names of players that honored and changed its tan hardwood include Michael Jordan, Len Bias, Lew Alcindor (Kareem Abdul-Jabbar) and Terrapins basketball great Juan Dixon. Cole had a hand in … Continue reading Cole Field House History

Previewing Maryland’s Men’s Basketball Season

By Jason Dobkin The University of Maryland men’s basketball program welcomed a highly regarded recruiting class this fall as it heads into a very important season. Guards Romelo Trimble, Dion Wiley and Jared Nickens were ranked in the top-100 nationally, according to ESPN and 247 Sports. The Terps also added Richaud Pack, a senior point guard who transferred from North Carolina A&T, and Michal Cekovsky, … Continue reading Previewing Maryland’s Men’s Basketball Season

Maryland Madness Kicks off Terps’ Basketball Season

By Justin Meyer This university kicked off the 2014-15 basketball season in style Friday with traditional Maryland Madness celebration, acquainting with fans to the new scoreboard at the Xfinity Center as well as the six new men’s players and three new women’s players. The festivities included a gymnastics show from Gymkana, the introductions of every player and coach, the annual players’ dance, a slam dunk contest … Continue reading Maryland Madness Kicks off Terps’ Basketball Season