#24 Cavaliers top Terps
Terrell Stoglin scored 25 points and Sean Mosley added 17 points and 10 rebounds for Maryland, but the 24th ranked Cavaliers beat the Terps, 75-72 in overtime.
Virginia's Mike Scott scored 35 points and grabbed 11 rebounds while Sammy Zeglinski scored 20 points for the Cavs. Scott's 35 points is a career high.
The game was tied at 61 in regulation but Scott took over and scored half of Virginia's 14 points in the overtime session.
With the win, Virginia (22-8, 9-7) ended a two game losing streak and get a bye in this week's ACC tournament.
Virginia led 57-49 with 5:51 remaining before the Terrapins (16-14, 6-10) roared back.
After Zeglinski hit a jumper for Virginia with 13 seconds go to, Stoglin answered with a 3-pointer with 7 seconds left to tie it the game at 61. Each team had a chance to win in regulation. Virginia missed a lay up and Terrell Stoglin's three pointer at the buzzer rattled off the rim.
Virginia took it to the tired Terps in the OT and left Comcast Center with the victory.
The Terps next opponent is Wake Forest on Thursday in the opening round of the ACC Tournament at noon in Atlanta.
Game shots taken courtside. For a photo gallery, just click on any photo. Enjoy! I had a blast covering basketball for Inside MD Sports. I hope to get to a couple baseball and lacrosse games before the annual Spring Football game on April 21.
ACC Network's Tim Brant and Cory Alexander before the game
Seniors Jon Dillard, Berend Weijs and Sean Mosley honored
Virginia Head Coach Tony Bennett
Maryland Head Coach Mark Turgeon
Terrell Stoglin looks to get past Virginia's Sammy Zeglinski
Stoglin scores over Zeglinski
James Padgett goes up for a shot
Nick Faust twisted his ankle here. He played 39 minutes, scoring 13 points
Sean Mosley looking to make his move
Coach Turgeon talks with Forward Ashton Pankey
Sean Mosley launches his shot. Mosley had 17 points for the Terps
Terrell Stoglin looking to get past the Cavalier defense
Ashton Pankey attempts a shot. He struggled and didn't score
Sean Mosley during a time out
Ashton Pankey guards Mike Scott
Sean Mosley scores
The Cavaliers Sammy Zeglinski scored 20 vs the Terps
Maryland Coach Mark Turgeon reacts to a call
Maryland's Nick Faust vs Virginia's Jontel Evans
Faust shoots and scores
Sean Mosley gets off a shot
Alen Len yelling "I'm open!" Len finished with 6 points, 6 rebounds and 2 blocks
Nick Faust looks to get past Jontel Evans
Maryland fast break
Terrell Stoglin struggled at times but finished with 25 points
James Padgett dropped by for a brief visit
Nick Faust shoots and scores
Sean Mosley looks to get past the Cavalier defenders
Terrell Stoglin drives to the basket
More Stoglin. I need a better and faster lens to get these shots
Sean Mosley scores
Another visitor. This time Terrell Stoglin drops by
Sammy Zeglinski was nailing the three's (4 for 9)
Maryland's John Auslander telling the ball not to go in
Mike Scott. 35 points. Great Scott!
Alex Len tries to defend here
Len blocks the Cavalier shot
Sean Mosley brings the ball up the court
It's serious when the coat comes off. Coach Turgeon watches his team
Alex Len tries to stop Virginia from scoring
Game time intensity
Terps James Padgett on defense
Mike Scott nails another shot. Scott gets my vote for ACC Player of the Year
Someone untie us please!
Testudo is fired up!
Senior Sean Mosley
Zeglinski for three! Love the reactions left and right.
Zeglinski again for three.
Alex Len tries to stop Sammy Zeglinski
Mike Scott: Scoring machine
Two Terps defending Scott
Scott at the free throw line where he was 13 for 18
Zeglinski launches another three
Last seconds of the game, all tied...
Tied at 61, Darion Atkins misses the lay up for Virginia
In OT, Virginia outscored Maryland 14-11 and wins 75-72
More action by Mike Scott
Jontel Evans guarded by Nick Faust
Coach Turgeon sees another game slide away
Time running out in OT, Sean Mosley comes off to a hug and cheers
Sean Mosley leaves the Comcast Center court for the final time
Maryland Head Coach Mark Turgeon addresses the media
Sean Mosley, Terrell Stoglin and Nick Faust discuss the game
Goodbye and see you next year!