Keith Cavanaugh talks about all the buzz around the University of Maryland College Park campus today as the Men’s and Women’s basketball teams have primed fans for March Madness.
Brenda Frese joins Vinny and Rob to discuss being named Coach of the Year and her team’s march into the madness.
Even though No. 10 Maryland has rolled through the early part of its schedule, coach Brenda Frese still has concerns over the way the Terrapins have gotten off to slow starts.
No. 9 Maryland was a sloppy team in the first half. Thirteen turnovers. Just 2 of 6 from the free-throw line. A meager 1 for 9 from the 3-point range.
Maryland has moved to the Big Ten Conference and the expectations remain high on the heels of a Final Four appearance.
Brenda Frese joined Ken and Steve to talk about the NCAA Tournament and her Lady Terps headed to the final four.
Coach Brenda Frese knows exactly how to handle playing Louisville in the Cardinals’ home with a trip to the Final Four on the line.
Brenda Frese had a choice: Fly to Argentina to watch several of the nation’s best high school basketball players, or take a 30-minute drive to check out a relatively unknown teenager named Alyssa Thomas.
As the ACC tournament approaches, Maryland coach Brenda Frese likes how her team is playing defensively.
Alyssa Thomas did her part, as expected, in helping No. 6 Maryland roll to its 13th consecutive victory.
The telling numbers, located in the bottom right hand corner of the score sheet, did not go unnoticed by Maryland coach Brenda Frese.
On a day when Maryland’s Alyssa Thomas hit a rebounding milestone, it helped that the College of Charleston kept missing shots.
Afreyea Tolbert scored 20 points but got little help from her teammates before halftime as the Cougars fell 103-51 to the No. 8 Terrapins in the Terrapin Classic championship Sunday.