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Maryland “ready” for the next part of their schedule

The Maryland Terrapins are drawing near the end of their non-conference schedule, they annihilated their last two opponents in Southern University and Maryland Eastern Shore. Shatori Walker-Kimbrough has continued to be nothing short of outstanding, the Junior guard was awarded the first Big Ten Player of the Week this season just a few weeks ago. The Terps have a relatively... Read More
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The Lady Terrapins Trounce Loyola

By Courtney Tate Maryland women’s basketball team remains undefeated as they handed down a severe lashing to the Loyola Greyhounds 97-47 on Tuesday night. The Lady Terps were led by Junior guard Shatori Walker-Kimbrough, who has recently been named Big Ten Player of the Week. Walker -Kimbrough led the way with 21 points. She’s currently averaging 18.5 points, five rebounds,... Read More
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Melo, Terps shine in New York with win over Huskies

The Terrapins were dominant in spurts during their 10 point victory over the Uconn Huskies in the Jimmy V Classic. In the bright lights, on the big stage at Madison Square Garden Maryland’s Melo Trimble looked like a pro. The sensational point guard scored a season high 25 points as he led his team past the Huskies who were a... Read More
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Five Takeaways from Maryland’s win over the Blue Devils

Potential unreached. The Terps are already good and they haven’t played to their full potential yet. As Coach Brenda Frese said after the game, the first and fourth quarters she thought they played hard and it showed only allowing nine total points. However in the second and third quarters, they were lax and uninterested allowing almost 80% of Central Connecticut’s offensive... Read More
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Stellar defense help the Lady Terps dominate Central Connecticut Blue Devils 86-43

After dominating #20 Syracuse earlier in the week to the tune of 82-64, the making of a great team is how can they respond in a home game to an unranked opponent. Maryland was charged that exact task as they hosted the Central Connecticut Blue Devils. Junior guard Shatori Walker-Kimbrough left nothing to chance as she dominated the first quarter with... Read More
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Terps shut down Orange, Pfirminator just one of five takeaways

Bully on the Block. Brionna Jones has been special for Maryland this season, it’s still early, but she’s made it clear that she’s a key part of this team. The center has played well on both sides of floor, rebounding well and just being a consistent and reliable threat. Her presence allows Maryland to bully teams inside and dictate the... Read More
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Jones, Walker-Kimbrough power Maryland past Syracuse

At the start of the week, Maryland basketball had made school history with both the mens and womens programs ranked in the top five in the Associated Press Poll (AP 25).  The men would lose to North Carolina on the road in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge, last night in college park it was the lady Terps who put their undefeated... Read More
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Paige returns as Tarheels Host Terps in the Big Ten Challenge

Stakes are high as the Big Ten Challenge continues tonight with No. 9 UNC hosting No. 2 Maryland. An expected “epic” matchup which lost its edge after the injury of Marcus Paige, quickly regains its luster as Marcus returns to the hardwood and evens out the predictions. This is the 141st meeting between the two programs, however, this atmosphere is... Read More
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One top five team is great, two is history in College Park

For the first time in school history, Maryland’s men’s and women’s basketball programs are both ranked in the AP Top 5.   Maryland is currently the only school to have both programs ranked in the AP Top 5.   Women’s team   The women’s team ended last season ranked No. 4 and is undefeated at 6-0. The Terps went down... Read More
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Terps win Cancun Challenge, come home before heading to Chapel Hill

No. 2 Maryland (5-0 overall) defeated Rhode Island (3-2 overall) 86-63 on Wednesday night in the Cancun Challenge and will take on Cleveland State (2-3 overall) on Saturday. Wednesday’s game was the first time since the season opener that Maryland didn’t have to come from behind in the second half to win. Maryland will head to Chapel Hill on Tuesday... Read More
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