College basketball’s March Madness includes an all-Maryland match-up in the women’s tournament.
Maryland’s opening game in the NCAA Women’s Tournament will have a decidedly local feel.
What if you need a certain medicine, maybe one that would save your life, and you can’t get it? WJZ investigates prescription drug shortages.
Maryland coach Brenda Frese was delighted that Tianna Hawkins kept an accurate shooting touch while her fellow starters were struggling from the field.
Sylvia Crawley couldn’t remember a more difficult 15 minutes.
Playing without its leading scorer and lacking the intensity required to win an Atlantic Coast Conference game, No. 8 Maryland virtually invited lowly Virginia Tech to pull off an upset.
Georgetown won’t win too many games in which Sugar Rodgers makes only one basket. That much is evident.
Coach Brenda Frese has a new foe off the court– helping to expose companies raking in cash for drugs in short supply while patients are fighting to survive.
There’s an unlikely connection between critical shortages of life-saving drugs and the University of Maryland women’s basketball coach.
Georgetown isn’t interested in Maryland’s NCAA tournament history. Many of the Hoyas grew up in the Washington area, so they are well aware the Terrapins won a national championship in 2006 and fell one win short of the Final Four in 2008 and 2009.
There have been times this season when the Maryland women’s basketball team evoked memories of the squad that matured into NCAA champions. Recently, however, the 16th-ranked Terrapins have looked their age — which is very young.