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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 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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Terps use depth to conquer Badgers

Maryland came into Wednesday night undefeated in the Big Ten and with Wisconsin coming to town, they made sure to leave the night undefeated. The game started off different as Destiny Slocum was unable to play because of an illness. Her presence was definitely missed as the team finished the night with a combined 13 assists (they haven’t been this... Read More
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Terps use big first half run to separate from Iowa

  The Maryland Terrapins got off to another slow start, their mantra of Defend-Rebound-Run was not being reached for most of the first half. With about four minutes left in the half, the Terps “turned up” as the kids say. Maryland would go on a hellacious 26-6 run, highlighted by this sequence (below) of exemplary ball movement.  Beautiful ball movement... Read More
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Jones hits career high in rout of Saint Peter’s

The Maryland Terrapins are anchored by their two big time Seniors, Brionna Jones and Shatori -Walker-Kimbrough.  Against the smaller Saint Peter’s Peacocks, the Terps waisted no time getting the ball inside to Jones. She’s typically been double teamed by smaller teams this season, for whatever reason that wasn’t the case and the Wooden Award Preseason Top 30 watch list member proved... Read More
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Watson shines as Maryland routs Bluefield State

The Terps opened their season last night at the Xfinity Center with an exhibition contest against Bluefield State. Maryland immediately discouraged any possible thoughts of it being a competitive game from the start. They jumped all over Bluefield State from the opening tip, by the end of the first quarter the Terps held a 40-9 lead. The home team just... Read More
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5 Takeaways: Maryland 73, Purdue 59

Spacing. Maryland’s struggled with their spacing for the past couple of games, Purdue’s ball pressure really affected the Terps ability to run their offense. There were too many instances in which offensive players were far too close to each other, passes felt like handoffs at times and that’s not the type of offense they run. The biggest issue is the... Read More
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Walker-Kimbrough leads Maryland past Purdue in a sloppy game

The Boilermakers were hoping to catch the Terrapins on a down swing after their loss to Ohio State, to take a few pages out of the Buckeyes book and bottle up the high scoring Maryland offense. Purdue was able to muddy things up with their defensive pressure, getting 13 steals on the evening. Their main focus was not allowing Shatori... Read More
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Jones reaches milestone, bench has big night as Terps rout Hoosiers

The Maryland Terrapins had two players reach 1,000 career points in this season, it was center Brionna Jones that reached and passed the milestone with a 10 point, 12 rebound performance. The Terps weren’t the best of hosts Saturday afternoon, especially in the second half. In fact, Maryland took an 11 point halftime lead and cracked things wide open with... Read More

Terps win big on the road after extended layoff

Shatori Walker-Kimbrough and Brionna Jones were far from rusty as they led Maryland past the Nittany Lions last night on the road. The Terps had an extended break between games due to the blizzard last week. There home game with Michigan State that was scheduled for last Saturday was postponed twice. Still, Maryland showed no effects of the break as... Read More
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