Maryland targets Texas A&M’s Turgeon

Maryland has targeted Texas A&M Mark Turgeon.

According to multiple sources, Turgeon has been offered the job and is leaning toward accepting it.

Sources close to Turgeon said they expect a decision sometime Monday.

Maryland athletic director Kevin Anderson has tried to lure big names Jamie Dixon of Pitt, Jay Wright of Villanova and Sean Miller of Arizona to College Park in the wake of Gary Williams’ retirement.

Turgeon, 46, doesn’t have East Coast ties, but he has done an impressive job at Texas A&M the last four seasons — and also had success at Wichita State.

Turgeon’s record in College Station is 97-40, and he has gone to the NCAA tournament each of his four seasons.