The Maryland men's and women's basketball teams released their 2020-21 non-conference schedules today. The Terrapin men will host six matchups, including a multi-team event, while the women will host three matchups at Xfinity Center.
The season will begin with no fans in attendance at Xfinity Center, out of an abundance of caution for the health and safety of student-athletes and fans. Maryland Athletics hopes to be able to welcome some fans as the season progresses and health conditions permit.
The Maryland Basketball Virtual Sellout is an initiative that gives fans the opportunity to purchase a seat, row, section or courtside seat while providing exclusive commemorative items and access. The goal is to sell all 17,950 seats at Xfinity Center.
Virtual ticket options range from $10 to $1,000, plus one to have "Xfinity Center to Yourself" for $17,950 and watch an away basketball game this season with up to 10 friends and/or family members. Each virtual ticket offers a variety of commemorative items, with every option offering the opportunity to win an exclusive experience at a home game during the 2021-22 season.
Maryland Athletics is also offering Terrapin cutouts for the 2020-21 men's and women's basketball seasons. For as low as $55, fans can send in an image of themselves, a friend, relative or even a pet showing their Maryland pride, and be part of gameday at Xfinity Center.
The men's program's schedule is highlighted by its ACC/Big Ten Challenge matchup at Clemson on Dec. 9. The Terps will also host Old Dominion (Nov. 25), Navy (Nov. 27), Mount St. Mary's (Nov. 29), Monmouth (Dec. 1), George Mason (Dec. 4) and La Salle (Dec. 22). Click here for the Terrapins schedule to date. Navy and Mount St. Mary's will also meet in College Park on Nov. 26 as part of a multi-team event.
The women's basketball team will host Towson on Dec. 3 at Xfinity Center. Maryland will welcome 2006 national champion-turned-coach Laura Harper and Coppin State to College Park for a matchup on Dec. 5. The Terps will host Mount St. Mary's on Dec. 8. Click here for the Terrapins' schedule to date.
Game times and television information will be available at a later date, along with the full Big Ten conference slate of games.
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