Maryland men’s basketball sophomore Noah Batchelor has entered the transfer portal, he announced Friday on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter.

Batchelor’s announcement comes one day after the Terps suffered their worst loss in a conference tournament since 1993. Maryland fell to No. 5 seed Wisconsin by 31 points in the second round of the Big Ten tournament Thursday. Batchelor played a career-high 23 minutes and scored two points in the loss.

Batchelor was Kevin Willard’s first recruit after the coach joined the Terps in March 2022.

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Almost all of Batchelor’s field goal attempts were from behind the arc, and the Frederick native shot 29.4 percent from three over his two years in College Park. He went 12-for-37 from deep this season and averaged 1.7 points per game in 26 appearances.

Batchelor is the first Maryland player to depart after the Terps’ season likely ended on Thursday. Maryland now has one scholarship spot open as it’ll look to retool in the portal. The Terps will be without at least two of their top three scorers next season and desperately need three-point shooting, something Batchelor was initially brought in to provide.