COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Jahmir Young scored 20 points, Donta Scott added 19 and Maryland snapped No. 21 Indiana's five-game winning streak with a 66-55 victory Tuesday night.

The Terrapins (15-7, 6-5 Big Ten) gave their NCAA Tournament hopes another boost, adding a victory over the Hoosiers (15-7, 6-5) to a resume that already included wins over Miami, Illinois and Ohio State. The Terps are 12-1 at home in Kevin Willard's first season as coach.

Maryland won despite shooting 34% from the field and 5 of 22 from 3-point range. The Terps were able to defend just about everything Indiana tried, double-teaming Trayce Jackson-Davis and limiting the Hoosiers to 11 attempts from beyond the arc.

Jackson-Davis did have 18 points and 20 rebounds. He surpassed 1,000 in the latter category for his career.

Maryland attempted 10 3-pointers in the first 10 minutes, making only one, but the Terps made up for their spotty shooting by taking excellent care of the ball. They didn't have a single turnover in the first half and went into the break with a 37-29 lead.

Indiana scored the first six points after halftime, but Maryland answered with a four-point possession thanks to an intentional foul by Tamar Bates.

Young scored inside to give the Terps a 54-42 advantage, and although the Hoosiers crept back with a 7-0 run, they were never really able to solve Maryland's defense.

Jalen Hood-Schifino, Indiana's No. 2 scorer this season, was held to three points on 1-of-14 shooting.


Indiana: The Hoosiers had a chance to take a lengthy winning streak into their in-state showdown with top-ranked Purdue this weekend, but they fell flat against Maryland.

Maryland: The Terps showed they could topple a good team at home even on a very poor shooting night — because they didn't beat themselves. They finished with only five turnovers.


Indiana: The Hoosiers host No. 1 Purdue on Saturday.

Maryland: The Terps play at Minnesota on Saturday night.


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