In Monday’s AP Top 25 Poll — the last of the 2018-19 regular season — Maryland men’s basketball came in as the No. 21 team in the country.

The Terps moved up three spots from No. 24 this week after defeating Minnesota 69-60 on Friday. They now sit at 22-9 overall and 13-7 in the Big Ten.

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As far as tournament resume rankings are concerned, Mark Turgeon’s team is ranked No. 26 in the NET rankings and No. 18 in Kenpom.

Maryland will be ranked heading into the Big Ten tournament for the fourth time in its five years in the conference. The Terps are the No. 5 seed and will face the winner of 12th-seeded Nebraska and 13th-seeded Rutgers on Thursday at 2 p.m. If Maryland wins, it will take on No. 4-seed Wisconsin on Friday in the Big Ten quarterfinal. The Badgers are ranked No. 19 in the newest AP Poll.

Elsewhere in the Big Ten, top-seeded Michigan State is No. 6, third-seeded Michigan is No. 10 and second-seeded Purdue is No. 13.