It’s been a long 10 days since Maryland (19-13, 8-10) was bounced from the Big Ten Tournament, and now the season's officially over. After missing the NCAA Tournament for the first time in four years, the Terps didn’t receive one of the 12 at-large bids to the NIT Sunday either. 

Maryland lost 10 of its final 16 games, including a 59-54 loss to Wisconsin a little over a week ago in New York, which was its worse loss of the season judging by the NCAA selection committee's quadrant system. The Terps started off 13-3 with a 3-3 record against NCAA Tournament teams and no bad losses before being slowed by season-ending injuries to Justin Jackson and Ivan Bender.

This is Maryland’s first time missing both the NCAA and NIT tournaments since the 2013-14 season. The other postseason tournaments -- the CBI and CIT -- both include only mid-majors this year.