WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) -- Jake Layman scored 14 points and No. 11 Maryland bounced back from a loss earlier in the week, beating Purdue 69-60 Saturday.
Coming off a 64-57 loss at Illinois on Wednesday, the Terrapins limited Purdue (10-7, 2-2) to 36.8 field goal shooting (21 of 57). Kendall Stephens led Purdue with 14 points.
Maryland won in its first visit to Mackey Arena in the first all-time meeting between the two programs. The Terps benefited from 28 points off the bench.
A jumper by Pack and two free throws by Layman gave the Terrapins a 57-50 lead with 4:48 remaining. Trimble made two free throws with 3:48 remaining after a technical foul on Purdue coach Matt Painter.
A trio of three-pointers -- two from Vince Edwards and one from PJ Thompson -- had kept the Boilermakers close at 51-47 with 7:04 remaining. But foul trouble to centers Isaac Haas and A.J. Hammons prevented Purdue from challenging Maryland at the rim.
Maryland used three-pointers from Trimble and Pack to take a 13-4 lead with 14:26 remaining in the first half. Purdue pulled even at 26 at the break.
Maryland - which has held eight of the last nine opponents to a sub-.400 shooting percentage - returns to College Park for a game against Rutgers on Wednesday at 7 p.m. at XFINITY Center.