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Freshman Report: UMass Lowell

The much heralded Freshman class has now played in their first collegiate contest that counts, every member of the class got a chance to get on the floor in the 100-44 win.  The Maryland fans Kaila Charles. The versatile wing recorded a double-double in her  debut, scoring 11 points and pulling down 10 rebounds. Most importantly, seven of those came... Read More
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Reigning Big Ten Champs open season with a blowout win

The 2016 Big Ten Champions received their rings before their season opener Sunday afternoon, the banner for said accomplishment was also revealed. Senior Shatori Walker-Kimbrough saw only the “Second Round” part of the banner. The upperclassman has spoke about her feelings from the way last season ended several times to start this year. It’s clear that she’s focused on making... Read More
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Freshman Report: Mary Baldwin

The Maryland Terrapins would wrap up their two-game exhibition schedule with another lopsided rout. This time, it was Mary Baldwin that wilted under the relentless pressure of the Terps. Maryland would win 153 to 27, their season officially begins next Sunday when they host UMASS Lowell at the Xfinity Center. The freshman class had a very good showing in the... 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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Freshman Report: Bluefield State

The Terps won their first exhibition game last night by a very wide margin. With their highly touted freshman class, this year we’ll keep tabs on them separate from the regular game writeups. That said, it’s only fitting that this column makes it’s debut the same time as this class does. Kaila Charles. The 6’1 guard showed her versatility on... 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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Media Day with the Lady Terrapins

The Maryland Lady Terrapins basketball team held their annual media day on Tuesday afternoon. Here’s what you need to know: FRESHMAN, FRESHMAN, and MORE FRESHMAN Head coach Brenda Frese enters her 15th season as the leader of the Lady Terps.  It’s debatable as to whether she’s had a more highly touted freshman class than this year. The class is ranked... Read More
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Hoya Saxa! Georgetown Lands 4-Star Recruit Tremont Waters

The Hoyas basketball program received some good news today as point guard Tremont Waters made his commitment official. Considering Waters fielded offers from the likes of Kentucky, Duke, Indiana, and Kansas, John Thompson III should be ecstatic that he was able pull in the talented guard from Connecticut. Up until the last moments before his commitment, many were led to believe... Read More
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Can Villanova repeat as champions?

Staying true to his program philosophy helped Jay Wright secure a title. Now, his Villanova Wildcats are in a position to win another one. Last we saw of March Madness, Kris Jenkins was busy etching his name into the college basketball pantheon of greatness. We all remember the moment. There is no doubt that Kris Jenkins’ buzzer-beater will go... Read More
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Despite tournament disappointment, Kansas remains elite

Even after helping Kansas secure its first 30-win season since 2013, the returning Jayhawk players still have a bitter taste in their mouths from this past March. At a recent summer camp, Frank Mason, now entering his final season in Lawrence, admitted as much . “Just to see the team we got defeated by win the national championship — that wasn’t a good... Read More
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