Spring drills are in full swing for the Maryland Terrapins as they begin to prepare for the 2014 season and a move to a new conference. Head Coach Randy Edsell joined Bob and Glenn on […]
Years from now, Alyssa Thomas will look back with pride at all she accomplished on a personal level during her four years at Maryland.
For the first time in years, the Terps’ women’s basketball team is heading to the Final Four after a heart-stopping win over Louisville.
Former NBA dunk champion Dee Brown finally got a chance to see his daughter, Lexie Brown, play in the Maryland freshman’s game against Louisville on Tuesday night.
The final three seconds felt like forever for the Maryland Terrapins.
Coach Brenda Frese knows exactly how to handle playing Louisville in the Cardinals’ home with a trip to the Final Four on the line.
Maryland coach Brenda Frese wanted her Terrapins to send a reminder that they’re still playing too. They did just that by sending home an eight-time national champion and putting themselves a win away from a Final Four.
Just because Tennessee and Maryland haven’t played each other much doesn’t mean the schools aren’t familiar with each other’s success.
The game was nearly 11 minutes old, and upstart Army held a three-point lead over a Maryland team that spent most of the year in the top 10.
Every coach in the NCAA tournament knows who they want to have the ball with the game on the line. Alyssa Thomas of Maryland could take the shot, but also could make the pass that leads to the winning basket.
The Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament loss in Greensboro ended Maryland’s 61-year affiliation with the league. You could say it was a fitting end.
For months, Mark Turgeon has been under fire for the lack of success for his Maryland Terps. Many, including me, thought this team would improve. That did not happen.