Maryland basketball players will soon be able to get a first look at their new home, a campus that will serve as a showcase for the program’s newest players.
The Maryland basketball program announced Tuesday that it will play its first two home games on campus, a home game against No. 10 Duke on Nov. 10 and a home contest against No.-1 Florida State on Nov, 21.
The game is scheduled for the Terrapins’ new facility, the University Athletic Center, located at 933 N. Washington St. in Towson, Md.
The game will be televised nationally on CBS Sports Network.
The Terrapin men’s basketball team, the ACC Atlantic 10 Champions, is the latest institution to join Maryland’s basketball recruiting class, which is ranked No. 1 in the country.
It also joins Kentucky, Duke, Ohio State and Virginia as the schools that have announced they will play games at Maryland.
The program is also adding two coaches, including former Maryland assistant coach Joe Piscopo, who will become the program ‘s new head coach.
Piscopos job includes the first time a new assistant has been hired to coach an NBA team.