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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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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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Maryland ready to face Oregon in the Sweet 16

The Maryland Terrapins have made it safely to Bridgeport, they’ll be facing the Oregon Ducks on Saturday morning at Webster Bank arena in the first of two Sweet 16 games on the schedule. The Ducks come off a big upset win over the second seeded Duke Blue Devils. Like Maryland they are run by a freshman floor general, Sabrina Ionescu.... Read More
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5 Takeaways from Maryland’s loss to Uconn

The Maryland Terrapins have not one thing to be ashamed of after last night’s contest against the reigning champion Uconn Huskies. The Terps didn’t play their best game, caused more than a few self inflicted wounds and still had a chance late. The game went down to the wire despite Connecticut trying to put Maryland away twice. The fight from... 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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Maryland upset at home, Washington advances to Sweet 16

College Park, MD – After a successful season consisting of a record of 31-4 and a Big Ten regular season and tournament title, the Maryland Lady Terrapins played their final game of the year in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. After clinching the second seed in the eastern region, the Lady Terps were set to face the seventh... Read More
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Confroy, Maryland focused on playing to their “standard”

Kristen Confroy talked with us about the state of her team leading into their first round matchup with the Iona Gaels. The sophomore has played a pivotal role this season, as one of the true floor spacers on the roster with her ability to hit the three-ball. Iona does a good job of defending the long ball and it’ll be... Read More
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For Maryland, it was truly a tale of two halves

Michigan came into the Xfinity Center and gave Maryland their best punch and for a half,  it was nearly enough. They held Shatori Walker-Kimbrough to just two points and forced 10 turnovers in the first 12 minutes of the game. It just wasn’t enough, Brionna Jones led the charge with  20 points and  eight rebounds as the Terps showed why... Read More
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