Yes. Maryland won the championship in 2002.
Stanford and Maryland
university of Connecticut and University of Maryland
Villanova is the only school to have won the NCAA Division I Football Championship (2009) and the NCAA Division I Basketball Championship (1985).Florida in 2006 is it. Michigan State University 1950 and 60's in football. '79 and '00 for basketball.MichiganMichigan StateOhio Statelet's not forget UCLA, Florida and Maryland.Don't forget the Razorbacks of Arkansas - football 1964 (unfairly split with Alabama), basketball 1994UCLA's football championship was shared with Ohio State in 1954, so that response a little iffy. One school you've left out; in fact, the only private university to win both football & men's basketball championships-> Syracuse (football- 1959;men's basketball- 2003)California also has won both and, if you accept shared football championships, Stanford too (another private university).
The University of Maryland Terrapins are Maryland's only NCAA basketball team. The Terrapins are a men's college level basketball team, and are currently ranked among the top 25 teams nationwide.
North Carolina, Duke, NC State and Maryland.
North Carolina, Duke, NC State and Maryland
The University of Maryland men have won 1 NCAA basketball championship - in 2002.
The Baltimore Panthers AAU Boys basketball team has 6 Maryland State championships including 2009.
I know they have football, basketball, baseball, hockey, and lacrosse
2 seed Maryland in round of 32
University of Maryland (32-4) Coached by Gary Williams
He is the Director of Basketball Operations at Maryland. Before taking this he was the assistant coach at he University of Delaware from 2008 until 2010. He was originally from Maryland and is now working where he is from.
The all time leading scorer in University of Maryland history is Juan Dixon with 2,269 points from 1998-2002.
At the end of the 2009-2010 season, Maryland's all-time won-loss record is 1,295 - 895.
The University of Maryland (red, white, black and gold).
Maryland has claimed 1 national title in 1953 with the AP & Coaches polls