Former Maryland men’s basketball guard Kevin McLinton has died at 52, the team announced on Thursday.

McLinton played four seasons for the Terps and was a co-captain as a senior in 1992-93, where he averaged 15.8 points and 6.3 assists per game. He ranks fourth in program history in career assists per game and No. 10 in steals per game.

“The Maryland men’s basketball family mourns the passing of former guard Kevin McLinton, who played 91 games as a Terp and was a co-captain his senior season,” the team posted on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter. “We send our thoughts and prayers to his family and friends.”

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McLinton played for Maryland during coach Gary Williams’ first four years at the helm.

The NCAA had sanctions placed on the program due to violations from Williams’ predecessor, Bob Wade. McLinton was a key factor in Williams’ rebuild of the program.

The Terps made the NIT in McLinton’s freshman year but didn’t make the postseason in the following three seasons.

McLinton coached AAU basketball team DC Premier and was the son of former Washington Redskins linebacker Harold McLinton.