Newcomers to School Park led the way in which for Maryland males’s basketball in a 89-40 exhibition win in opposition to Fayetteville State on Friday night time.
Freshman Julian Reese led Maryland with 16 factors off the bench. The Baltimore native scored 10 of these within the first half on four-of-five capturing and completed six-of-10 from the ground with 5 rebounds.
A robust inside protection led by Maryland’s Qudus Wahab beneath helped maintain Fayetteville State to one-of-seven capturing within the first 5 minutes and was an issue all through. Wahab pulled down six rebounds and completed with 12 factors.
The Broncos bought shut as Turgeon rotated out his beginning 5 for the primary time. Senior guard Jalen Seegers would rating 10 of Fayetteville State’s subsequent 13 factors to tug them inside one, 16-15.
That’s as shut as FSU would get, as Maryland’s starters reentered with slightly below 9 minutes to go within the first half. Graduate switch guard Fatts Russell scored back-to-back buckets — a falling down three-pointer on the elbow because the shot clock expired, then a fast-break layup that drew a foul. The previous Rhode Island Ram would miss the free shot, however the possessions put Maryland up 21-15 and sparked a 27-8 Terrapin run to shut out the primary half.
Fayetteville State had clear mid-range and perimeter seems to be at occasions however struggled to seek out the basket, capturing solely 24% (14-of-59) for the sport. Maryland was good on 55% of its makes an attempt (32-of-58), together with a 39% mark from three, and a powerful Terrapin defensive effort held the Broncos to solely 17 second-half factors.
The sport was Maryland’s lone exhibition of the season. The AP-rated No. 21 Terrapins open the 2021-22 common season Tuesday at house in opposition to Quinnipiac.
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