Chart: The Big Ten's newcomers

  • Updated: June 30, 2014 - 10:14 PM

A look at Rutgers and Maryland, which officially became Big Ten members on Tuesday.

RUTGERS

Location: Piscataway, N.J.

Nearest major city: Essentially a southwest suburb of New York City, it’s 30 miles from Manhattan.

Established: 1766

Athletics department: 22 teams

Undergraduate enrollment: 43,967

Nickname: Scarlet Knights

Famous alumni: James Gandolfini (actor), David Stern (former NBA commissioner)

Notable athletic achievements: Coach C. Vivian Stringer led the women’s basketball team to the 2007 NCAA championship game (losing to Tennessee), and the Scarlet Knights won last year’s WNIT.

Football stadium: High Point Solutions Stadium (opened 1994, seats 52,454)

Basketball arena: Louis Brown Athletic Center (opened 1977, seats 8,000)

MARYLAND

Location: College Park, Md.

Nearest major city: Eight miles northeast of Washington, D.C.

Established: 1856

Athletics department: 20 teams

Undergraduate enrollment: 27,000

Nickname: Terrapins (or Terps)

Famous alumni: Sergey Brin (Google co-founder), Larry David (“Seinfeld” co-creator)

Notable athletic achievements:  Men’s basketball team won 2002 NCAA title. Former Gophers coach Brenda Frese led the women’s basketball team to the 2006 national title and this year’s Final Four. Their women’s lacrosse team won the NCAA title, and their men’s team made this year’s final four.

Football stadium: Byrd Stadium (opened 1950, seats 51,800)

Basketball arena: Comcast Center (opened 2002, seats 17,950)

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Detroit 12
FIU 2 FINAL
Miami 7
Toronto 114 FINAL
Philadelphia 103
Golden State 108 FINAL
Brooklyn 110
Phoenix 98 FINAL
Miami 115
LA Clippers 110 FINAL
Minnesota 105
New Orleans 93 FINAL
Dallas 102
Nashville 1 FINAL
NY Rangers 4
Carolina 2 FINAL
Chicago 5
Montreal 0 FINAL
San Jose 4
Virginia 59 FINAL
Syracuse 47
Baylor 59 FINAL
Texas 61
SE Louisiana 79 FINAL
Northwestern St 92
Central Arkansas 49 FINAL
Sam Houston St 76
Norfolk State 59 FINAL
Howard 61
Bethune-Cookman 50 FINAL
NC A&T 67
Hampton 75 FINAL
Delaware State 85
Lamar 69 FINAL
McNeese State 70
Nicholls 89 FINAL
New Orleans 79
Incarnate Word 62 FINAL
Stephen F Austin 83
NC Central 62 FINAL
Savannah State 49
Texas Southern 77 FINAL
Alabama A&M 75
Prairie View 67 FINAL
Alabama State 65
Oklahoma 70 FINAL
Iowa State 77
Grambling St 62 FINAL
Miss Valley St 66
Boston College 66 FINAL
Virginia Tech 59
Jackson State 62 FINAL
Ark-Pine Bluff 64
Bethune-Cookman 55 FINAL
NC A&T 58
Hampton 78 FINAL
Delaware State 63
Norfolk State 63 FINAL
Howard 60
NC Central 54 FINAL
Savannah State 65
Texas Southern 83 FINAL
Alabama A&M 46
Prairie View 42 FINAL
Alabama State 60
Jackson State 78 FINAL
Ark-Pine Bluff 74
Grambling 56 FINAL
Miss Valley St 61
Tulsa 71 FINAL
Cincinnati 58
(1) Connecticut 88 FINAL
South Florida 65
UCF 57 FINAL
East Carolina 67
Central Conn St 53 FINAL
Bryant 55
Wagner 66 FINAL
Robert Morris 60
Sacred Heart 75 FINAL
Fairleigh Dickinson 84
St Francis-NY 73 FINAL
Long Island 49
Mount St Marys 87 FINAL
St Francis-PA 90
Temple 56 FINAL
Houston 45
Texas Tech 65 FINAL
(6) Baylor 75
Iowa State 64 FINAL
Kansas 68
SMU 60 FINAL
Memphis 53
Oklahoma 66 FINAL
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