Maryland Toys with Catholic, Wins Comfortably

Maryland(10-3) defeated Catholic University on Tuesday night by a final score of 76-59. The game was surprisingly close for most of the first half, but the Terps took a 21-20 lead most of the way through the opening frame and never looked back. They used a 33-11 run to really take CU out of the game and coasted the rest of the way.

-Justin Jackson(illness) and Bruno Fernando(ankle) were both held out as precautions, as Turgeon knew he would not need them

-Anthony Cowan(18) and Kevin Huerter(14) led the team in scoring as per usual. Kevin continued his stellar 3-point shooting season, raising his season mark to 46.9%

-Ivan Bender(??) made a 3

-Jared nickens got 26 minutes, his highest in a while and poured in 14 points on 4-6 from 3

– Joshua Tomaic got his first actual in-game minutes this year and played well, hitting 3 shots including a 3

-Daryl Morsell got his second career start and put up a productive 8 and 5 in 30 minutes

-Reese Mona got a few minutes in the first half for some reason and scored in his second consecutive game

Maryland will go on a break now for finals. They return on December 21st to host Fairleigh Dickinson at 7pm on ESPNU.

Jeremy Train

Jeremy Train is a Senior Psych major with a business minor at the University of Maryland at College Park. He has been writing for Maryland Sports Blog since January 2017 and has since been made editor as well. Jeremy used to work as an usher for the Orioles along the first base line in the lower seating bowl.

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