After more than a decade as the head men’s basketball coach at Maryland, Mark Turgeon is out.

The school announced on Friday that it and Turgeon had mutually agreed to part ways. Danny Manning was named the Terrapins’ interim head coach, and they’ll conduct a national search following the end of the 2021-22 season.

“I have always preached that Maryland Basketball is bigger than any one individual. My departure will enable a new voice to guide the team moving forward,” Turgeon said in a statement. “Maryland Basketball has been my passion and focus for the last 10 seasons, and I am extremely proud of what we have accomplished.”

According to Stadium’s Jeff Goodman, Turgeon was not fired and it was “far more his decision to part ways now.”

Turgeon departs with a 226-116 record as the Maryland head coach. He came to the Terps after previous head-coaching stints at Jacksonville State (1998-2000), Wichita State (2000-07) and Texas A&M (2007-11).

Under Turgeon, Maryland won the Big Ten regular-season championship in 2020 and reached the NCAA Tournament 5 times. However, the Terps couldn’t get past the Sweet 16, which they reached in 2016.

Manning had only been an assistant under Turgeon since April. He previously was the head coach at Tulane (2012-14) and Wake Forest (2014-20), and he’ll serve his 1st game as Maryland’s interim head coach on Sunday against Northwestern.

The Terrapins are 5-3 this season and will be coming off back-to-back losses to Louisville and Virginia Tech.