COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon addressed the media Dec. 10 ahead of the Terps' Dec. 11 game against UMES. He talked about his frontcourt and how it stepped up in the victory against UConn. Specifically, Turgeon discussed the progress Diamond Stone has made, in addition to contributions from Ivan Bender, Michal Cekovsky, Damonte Dodd and Robert Carter. Turgeon also harped on Melo Trimble's play and where UMD stands in general. See what else he had to say in the video above:
Turgeon Pleased With Frontcourt Progress
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