The sophomore notched his career high in points against Western Carolina and tied it again in the Terps' last game against Binghamton.
The Terps committed a season-high 21 giveaways, but held a healthy advantage over the Wildcats throughout the second half.
Mike Locksley asked the Terps to reflect on their shutout loss. Their response encouraged him.
The Terps held a sizable lead for the vast majority of the game.
The brothers both shined for the Terps in their home state of Missouri.
The Terps gave up multiple Fordham runs, but the return of Diamond Miller helped salvage a close win.
The Terps defeated Liberty in double overtime before it took down Syracuse to advance to the NCAA tournament semifinal.
The Terps won’t get a bye and are unseeded in the national tournament, but will make their 22nd straight appearance.
The Terps notched back-to-back conference wins to end the year, but still didn't qualify for the Big Ten tournament.
The Terps win pushes them to their second straight Final Four.