The University of Maryland men's basketball team is back in the top 25 in the AP poll, released Nov. 26.
The Terps (6-0) make their first appearance of the season in the AP Top 25, coming in at No. 24. Gonzaga (6-0) holds the top spot in the AP poll and the
Coaches Poll, followed by Kansas (5-0), Duke (5-1) and Virginia (6-0).
Anthony Cowan Jr. posted 26 points, seven rebounds and six assists as Maryland defeated Marshall, 104-67, Nov. 23, with all five Terps starters scoring in double figures.
Bruno Fernando led the way for the Terps in a 92-77 victory against Mount St. Mary's Nov. 18, scoring 21 points and adding seven rebounds and four blocked shots.
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Up next, Maryland faces a tough early-season test at home against No. 4 Virginia Nov. 28 before opening Big Ten play against Penn State at Xfinity Center Dec. 1.