Brenda Frese and her Maryland Terrapins aren’t just happy to be back in the Final Four for a second straight season. They plan on sticking around through the weekend and play on Tuesday night for the national championship.
With the NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship on the line, our home team take the practice court one last time today before hitting the road.
Five days after Maryland was knocked out of the NCAA Tournament, the Terps add a heavyweight to their roster. One of the nation’s top high school recruits says he’s coming to College Park.
Sweet 16. March Madness is in full swing and the Lady Terps are hoping to make a return trip to the Final Four.
Already trailing in the second half against West Virginia, the Maryland Terrapins lost their best player and could never recover.
It’s a matchup that’s about as intriguing as it gets in the second round of the women’s NCAA tournament: unbeaten Princeton against top-seeded Maryland, champions of the Big Ten.
Following his futile attempt to stop Maryland center Brionna Jones from using her size and weight to dominate both ends of the court, New Mexico State coach Mark Trakh found it easy to explain what went wrong.
Devin Martin led five players in double figures with 17 points on Thursday and Maryland-Eastern Shore wrapped up the regular season with its most wins in 41 years with an 89-76 win over Morgan State.
With talented freshman Melo Trimble having an off night and Rutgers threatening a major upset, Dez Wells almost single-handedly carried No. 10 Maryland to a sixth straight win.
Let’s go Terps! March Madness is here. The lady Terps are undefeated in the Big Ten and the men are having one of their most successful seasons ever.
Powerhouse Wisconsin is up by three games with four left in the regular season. Second-place teams Maryland, Michigan State and Purdue need an unlikely collapse in Madison.
Timajh Parker-Rivera scored 12 points and Towson made six free throws in the final 32 seconds to hold off College of Charleston 53-50 on Sunday.