Maryland vs. Radford: Terrapins Look To Keep Winning Streak Alive

A win against the Highlanders would mark four-in-a-row for the Terrapins.

Maryland will look to stay on the winning track tonight when it hosts Radford for an 8:00 p.m. tipoff on Friday at the Comcast Center in College Park.

The Terrapins have won their past three games, defeating Notre Dame on Dec. 4, Mount St. Mary's on Dec. 7 and Florida International in Dec. 14. This will be their first game in over a week, however, so it'll be interesting how the team responds to getting back into game action.

Maryland will likely look to leading scorer Terrell Stoglin, averaging 26.6 points per game during the winning streak, to continue leading the offense while trying to improve on its 1-10 shooting performance from 3-point territory last time out against the Golden Panthers.

Meanwhile, the Highlanders are struggling. After winning three of their first four games, they've dropped their last nine straight, most recently against Eastern Michigan on Tuesday. Their offense has been held to fewer than 50 points five times already this season, so strong defense from Maryland against leading scorers Jareal Smith (10.5 points per game) and Johnathan Edwards (10.4 points per game) will probably be hard for Radford to overcome.

For more on the Terrapins, be sure to check out Testudo Times, SB Nation's Maryland blog.

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