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Maryland uses big third quarter to beat Niagara on Field Trip Day

“Trap game.” According to Urban Dictionary, the definition is as such. ” A trap game is a game played against an opponent generally deemed to be easy to defeat. As a result a person or team may not prepare as thoroughly as they would for a formidable opponent. Often this attitude and lack of preparation lead to a loss.” The Maryland Terrapins Womens Basketball team found... Read More
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The Terps Fall Short To The Reigning Champs

The reigning national champions came into College Park ready to show the country that last year was a sign of things to come, while Maryland was ready to prove that they can hang with anyone. With both teams entering the game 1-0, Monday night would a be an early test to gauge how good they are respectively. The Gamecocks started... Read More
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Breaking down Maryland’s loss to South Carolina

Jerrell Leeper and Wilson Tarpeh Jr. share their thoughts on the big matchup between the South Carolina Gamecocks and Maryland Terrapins on Monday night. Maryland went down by 26 before making a furious rally to give South Carolina a scare late. It was a good test for both teams and an experience that both teams can grow from. Read More
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After slow start, Maryland runs past Albany

Albany head coach Joanna Bernabei-Mcnamee worked on Frese’s staff in 2006-2007, the NCAA Championship team. So it was a homecoming of sorts for her yesterday as her team came to College Park to take on the Terrapins. Maryland received their Big Ten Conference Championship rings from last season prior to the game, then their new chapter began, officially closing the... Read More
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Maryland shines in exhibition win over Glenville State

One of the unspoken traditions in College Basketball, whether on the Womens or Mens side is that of exhibition games. Rarely are they between two team sof similar ilk or talent base. That is usually reserved for a few non-conference matchups and conference play. With that now said, the Maryland Terrapins Womens Basketball team for the 2017-2018 season looks completely... Read More
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Maryland ready to take on the world

The Maryland Womens Basketball team was chosen to represent the United States of America in this year’s 2017 World University Games. They are just the second Womens program that have been selected to do so. Coach Frese and a few of the players addressed the media Wednesday about the opportunity before them. With the way the season ended last year,... Read More
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Mitchell Twins commit to Maryland

Good things come in pairs, or so the saying goes. Well, on Friday, a pair of twins–Makhi and Makhel Mitchell–announced their intention to be a part of the Maryland basketball program. The twins’ commitment comes rather early, as both are just rising juniors in the 2019 recruiting class. Usually, we see elite prospects wait until late in their academic junior... Read More
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Georgetown lands Pickett, chooses Hoyas over Terps

The Georgetown Hoyas have yet to officially hit the court, but first year head coach Patrick Ewing has secured his first major victory on the recruiting battleground. On Friday, Jamarko Pickett, a Virginia native, committed to play for the Hoya program. He joins fellow 2017 recruits Antwan Walker, Jahvon Blair, and Chris Yannick Sodom as part of the incomimg Hoya freshman. What’s more,... Read More
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Maryland’s dynamic duo goes sixth and eighth

The Maryland Terrapins are coming off a disappointing season, particularly for their outstanding inside-outside duo of Brionna Jones and Shatori Walker-Kimbrough. The two made an impact on the school’s record books during their four year tenure, unfortunately for them their Senior year ended early at the hands of Oregon. Jones and Walker-Kimbrough earned a record of 125-17 (.880) during their... Read More
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Galleries: Oregon tops Maryland in the Sweet 16

The Terps fell to a strong Oregon team in Sweet 16 action, the Ducks advance to play the Uconn Huskies on Monday night. Maryland never got comfortable and much of that had to do with the Ducks, the loss meant the end of Brionna Jones and Shatori Walker-Kimbrough’s collegiate careers. Our Travis Ellison was on the baseline in Bridgeport, Connecticut.... Read More
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