Purdue’s men’s basketball team had to make some changes to its travel plans on Monday night following an apparent mechanical issue with the charter flight to Baltimore. The Boilermakers made it safely to Maryland.

Monday night, Purdue announced through social media that its charter flight to Maryland was “diverted to Indianapolis, due to mechanical issues.” No specifics were provided, but the team did changes plans and departed for Baltimore around 9:30 p.m.

Purdue plays Maryland Tuesday night, with tip-off set for 6:30 p.m. ET.

Just before midnight ET, Purdue announced that the team had reached its destination safely. Another social media post read, “Landed in Baltimore. Thanks for all the well wishes.”

Purdue and Maryland will be meeting for the second time this season, with the Boilermakers defeating the Terrapins 73-70 on Christmas Day. The Boilers enter the contest with a 12-6 mark on the year and are sitting at 7-4 in B1G play, having won 5 of its last 6 games.

The Terps are 9-8 overall and 3-7 against conference foes. They have lost two of their last three games against B1G teams.