The season will begin on November 8 with a home game against Seattle University in the opening rounds of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic. If Maryland advances to the semifinals, they will likely play Pittsburgh on November 18. Other non-conference highlights include a December 1 match against Penn State in the ACC/Big 10 Challenge and a game against Temple on December 5 in the BB&T Classic. They will also play at Villanova on January 15.
Maryland will begin conference play against Boston College on December 12 and will play at Duke on January 9 in their second ACC game. They will be on ESPN or ESPN2 five times and on CBS one time. They will also play five Sunday night games on FSN.
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