Maryland basketball announces home non-conference schedule for 2024-25

Maryland basketball announced its home non-conference schedule for the 2024-25, featuring a marquee mid-November matchup vs. Marquette.

2024-25 Home Non-Conference Schedule

Day Date Opponent Arena Location
Monday Nov. 4 Manhattan XFINITY Center College Park, MD
Friday Nov. 8 Mount St. Mary’s XFINITY Center College Park, MD
Monday Nov. 11 Florida A&M XFINITY Center College Park, MD
Friday Nov. 15 Marquette XFINITY Center College Park, MD
Tuesday Nov. 19 Canisius XFINITY Center College Park, MD
Wednesday Nov. 27 Bucknell XFINITY Center College Park, MD
Sunday Dec. 1 Alcorn State XFINITY Center College Park, MD
Tuesday Dec. 17 St. Francis (Pa.) XFINITY Center College Park, MD
Saturday Dec. 28 Maryland Eastern Shore XFINITY Center College Park, MD

Maryland holds the series lead against every opponent except Manhattan, who are 1-1 all time against the Terps.

Maryland announced its Nov. 27 game vs. Bucknell will be part of the Saatva Empire Classic, while its Nov. 27 game vs. Villanova at the Prudential Center will serve as the headline game for the event.

Maryland’s Dec. 1 game vs. Alcorn State will mark the final non-conference game prior to the start of Big Ten play, featuring a pair of undetermined opponents, before Maryland closes out the non-conference slate vs. St. Francis (PA) and UMES.

Maryland is also expected to face Syracuse on Dec. 21 in Brooklyn, though that game has not yet been announced by the school.

In Big Ten action, Maryland will play home-and-home series with Nebraska, Northwestern, and Ohio State. The Terps will also face Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan State, Rutgers, Wisconsin and Big Ten newcomers UCLA and USC at home only. The road slate for league play will include Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Penn State, Purdue and conference newcomers Oregon and Washington.

More via release:

The Terps’ returning players are highlighted by rising senior Julian Reese, rising sophomore DeShawn Harris-Smith, and fifth-year senior Jordan Geronimo. Maryland has one of the top incoming transfer classes in the Big Ten: Ja’Kobi Gillespie (Belmont), Selton Miguel (South Florida), Rodney Rice (Virginia Tech) and Tafara Gapare (Georgia Tech). Additionally, the Terps signed five-star McDonald’s All-American Derik Queen (Baltimore) and four-star guard Malachi Palmer (Harrisburg, Pa.).

Season tickets for the 2024-25 season are now on sale starting at $199. Maryland Young Alumni (those who graduated within the last five years) receive a 48 percent discount on season tickets, while current Maryland Parents who have a student enrolled for the year are eligible for a 20 percent discount on two season tickets.

Tip-off times and television assignments, as well as dates for Big Ten games, will be announced at a later time. All games will air on the Maryland Sports Radio Network with legendary Voice of the Terps Johnny Holliday calling the action alongside Chris Knoche and Walt Williams.

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