After their overtime loss to Penn State, the Terps' path to the No. 1 seed in the Big Ten tournament is more challenging than before.
The Terps have to beat both Penn State and Indiana to take sole possession of first in the conference.
The Terps' final two games of the season are against Michigan State and Michigan — two potential tournament contenders.
Despite being eliminated from Big Ten tournament contention, coach Ray Leone is proud of the Terps' defensive performance against Indiana.
The Terps had their most efficient performance of the season against the Tigers.
The Terps used an offensive onslaught to dominate Northwestern under the Friday night lights at Ludwig Field.
The Terps are 5-1 at Ludwig Field on Friday nights since 2019. That loss came aginst Northwestern.
Steffen became just the second-ever Terp to play in the Champions League.
The German started 18 games, and was an all-Big Ten second team selection in 2019.