Noah Batchelor: ‘Really Special’ To Be Kevin Willard’s First Commitment At Maryland

Noah Batchelor says it’s “definitely really special” to be Kevin Willard’s first commitment at Maryland and credits assistant Greg Manning Jr. for establishing a relationship back when Batchelor was a 10th-grader at Glenelg Country School.

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For Danny Manning, ‘Fond Memories’ Of Maryland Tenure

“Would I have liked to have continued on being the head coach of Maryland? Yeah, absolutely,” Danny Manning said of his time with the Terps. “Maybe I would have had an opportunity if we had won more games. … But at the end of the day, it was still an experience. I’m grateful for the experience.”

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Terps Legend Greivis Vasquez Wants To Be More Involved With Maryland Men’s Basketball

Former Maryland basketball great Greivis Vasquez believes the program needs to do more to involve former players. “We have to come back together. We have to bring everyone together again — former players, everyone,” Vasquez said. “They’ve got to get us more involved.”

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Fatts Russell: Maryland’s Difficult 2021-22 Season Was Still Good Experience

Despite the challenges of the Terps’ 2021-22 season, Fatts Russell says he enjoyed his time at Maryland. “It was definitely a ride full of ups and downs,” Russell said. “… but all in all, I’m happy I made the decision to come to this amazing university.”

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Two Decades Removed From Terps’ Title, Ryan Randle A Proud Special Education Teacher

A reserve big man for Maryland’s 2001-02 national championship team and now a special education teacher in Texas, Ryan Randle hadn’t been back to College Park in nearly 20 years until the recent reunion, which brought back a flood of memories.

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Eric Ayala, Fatts Russell Reach End Of The Road As Terps Fall In Big Ten Tournament

Maryland’s season, and Eric Ayala’s and Fatts Russell’s college careers, came to an end March 10, as the Terps’ comeback fell short against Michigan State in the Big Ten tournament. “We just didn’t want it to be our last game with each other,” Russell said.

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Maryland Doomed By Rough Start At Michigan State, But Terps Get Another Shot At Spartans

Maryland fought back in the second half but fell to Michigan State, 77-67, in the regular-season finale. “We’ve been fighting all year,” Danny Manning said. “That’s one thing that we’re proud of as a staff. These guys have continued to show grit and determination regardless of situations.”

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After Another Dispiriting Loss, Maryland Men’s Basketball Looking For Better Effort, Fight

“We’ve just got to give 100 percent the whole game and every possession,” Maryland guard Fatts Russell said after the Terps’ 110-87 loss to Iowa Feb. 10. “We talked about it, but we just can’t keep talking about it. We’ve actually got to do it in a game.”

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Season-Long Issues Reappear For Maryland Men’s Basketball In 82-67 Loss At Ohio State

The Terps entered their Feb. 6 matchup against Ohio State in a familiar situation — looking to snap a losing streak, earn a conference win and play at a high level from tip to horn. Yet, despite solid play from Donta Scott, Maryland was not able to accomplish any of those goals.

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