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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 headed to Bridgeport, advance to Sweet 16

Around this time last year, Maryland was stunned by the University of Washington at the Xfinity Center. This year’s Maryland’s team made sure there was no way this feat would happen two years in a row. The Terps took care of the sixth seeded West Virginia Mountaineers, 83-56. From start to finish, Maryland played textbook defense, Brionna Jones had another... Read More
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Heavy weight matchup in College Park as Maryland hosts Uconn

Womens basketball gets a treat tonight as the Maryland Terrapins host the Uconn Huskies. The Terps last faced the Huskies in the Maggie Dixon Classic last year in Madison Square Garden. For those that don’t follow college basketball, whether mens or womens, the Garden is anything but a”neutral” site when facing either Connecticut team. Still, the Terrapins played a great... Read More
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Terps keep rolling as they rout UMBC

Sunday was Maryland’s final game in a nine day stretch, where they just won a nail biter against #7 Louisville in Kentucky. The Terps came into Sunday’s matchup against UMBC expected to dominate and they did just that. Kristen Confroy had a game high 17 points, including five threes in the first half en route to a 92-42 victory. In... Read More
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Terps wrap up preseason with another rout

If you somehow thought the Maryland Lady Terrapins’ 146-17 win over Bluefield State was a fluke, think again. In their second (and final) exhibition game of the season, they easily defeated visiting Mary Baldwin 153-27 on Sunday. A team ranked No. 6 in the preseason Associated Press poll isn’t expected to have trouble with non-Division I schools, so there’s a good... Read More
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5 Takeaways from Maryland’s first round win over Iona

Sloppy Play: It could have a combination of nerves or rust from not playing a game in almost two weeks because the ball movement of the Lady Terps was subpar. Playing a game in which you end up with 19 turnovers, foul trouble from Brene Moseley and Brionna Jones and a uphill battle to beat a 15 seed is not ideal. We will... Read More
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Maryland overcomes sloppy play to defeat the Iona Gaels 74-58

As the two seed and coming off of back-to-back final four appearances, Maryland came into the game with high expectations. On the other side, Iona was making its first appearance in school history. On paper this should have been a tune up game for Maryland as they prepare to embark on another March Madness journey. Instead fans got to see... Read More
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