The Maryland Terrapins currently have a uniform contract with Under Armour. We have 19 basketball uniforms in our database for the Maryland Terrapins and are working to add more to Uniform Critics. Feel free to contact us with any uniform designs for this team that we may be missing.


By Under Armour standards, Maryland’s current uniforms are toned down compared to what’s been worn throughout College Park in recent years.

Prior to the 2012-13 season, UA dropped the Terrapins’ massive “MARYLAND” wordmark from jerseys in favor of a smaller, blocked “MARYLAND”. In addition, the subtle state flag pattern can now be seen on the inside of numerals with the black and yellow taxi pattern adorning the arms and bottoms of shorts.

Maryland does have a state pride-based alternate, a uniform first donned by the football team in 2011. The coats of arms for the Calvert and Crossland families appear on each side of jersey panels underneath the armpit and opposite sides on shorts.

The coat of arms is also used on Maryland’s mis-matching sneakers, and the uniforms come in two different road blacks as well. One has yellow lettering with a red neckline and numerals while the other features red lettering with black numerals outlined in yellow.

It’s safe to say Under Armour has worked wonders with Maryland’s basketball apparel compared to the hundreds of awkward combinations we’ve seen on the gridiron over the last few seasons. Under Armour did surpass Nike in one aspect during the 2012-13 season.

It became the first company to incorporate “wool” alternates into Maryland’s list of choices, an all-gray alternate the Terrapins debuted inside Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. Maryland’s ordinary blocked wordmark was replaced with a classic red script and placed on a cloth-like uniform. Patterning around the neck resembled Maryland’s state flag. The wool threads are definitely some of Under Armour’s best in recent memory.