Relive four of the greatest moments in Maryland Terrapins basketball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2002 NCAA Championship vs Indiana - Terps Win it All
2004 ACC Championship vs Duke - 3 Days, 3 Upsets, 1 Ticket Booked
1986 Regular Season vs North Carolina - Len Leads with 35
2002 Regular Season vs Duke - Homecourt History
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2002 NCAA Championship
Terps Win it All
1 Maryland vs 5 Indiana
64 - 52
April 1, 2002
Georgia Dome, Atlanta, GA
As the nation's top team having lost the semifinals of the ACC tournament, some started to doubt the ability of Maryland to make a run at the title. Shutting down any uncertainty; Juan Dixon, Lonny Baxter and Steve Blake led Maryland to their first and only NCAA Championship.
2004 ACC Championship
3 Days, 3 Upsets, 1 Ticket Booked
Maryland vs #4 Duke
95 - 87
March 14, 2004
Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, NC
Having not won the ACC tournament since 1984, Maryland entered the tourney after a very mediocre regular season. However, Maryland would win 3 games in 3 days against the top 3 ACC seeds, all ranked in the top 25, culminating in an overtime win against Duke to win Gary Williams his only ACC title.
1986 Regular Season
Len Leads with 35
Maryland vs #1 North Carolina
77 - 72
February 20, 1986
Dean E. Smith Center, Chapel Hill, NC
Len Bias dominated with a 35 point performance as unranked Maryland upset top ranked #1 North Carolina in Chapel Hill to hand the Tarheels their first loss at the Dean Smith Center. This game put the gold plating on Bias as it became clear to many he was just as good, if not better, than Jordan.
2002 Regular Season
#3 Maryland vs #1 Duke
87 - 73
February 17, 2002
Cole Field House, College Park, MD
Having devastating losses to Duke in the 3 games prior, pressure was on Maryland. Playing their final matchup against bitter rival Duke at Cole Field House, they'd upset the top-ranked team. Cole holds the record as the building with the most upsets of #1-ranked men's basketball teams, with seven.