Maryland and Virginia will renew their basketball rivalry — now as nonconference foes.
In case you haven’t heard, the NCAA has approved another bowl game for 2015. How can that be?
On Tuesday night, the University of Maryland announced that guard Roddy Peters, swingman Nick Faust and center Shaquille Cleare were granted their release to transfer from the school.
It was a big night for the Lady Terps. They’re in the national spotlight as they participated in the Final Four. Fans hoped this would be one more step on the way to a championship.
Kayla McBride scored 28 points and Jewell Loyd added 16 to lead unbeaten Notre Dame to an 87-61 win over Maryland in the Final Four on Sunday night.
Brenda Frese and her Maryland Terrapins feel like uninvited guests at the Final Four.
Years from now, Alyssa Thomas will look back with pride at all she accomplished on a personal level during her four years at Maryland.
The final three seconds felt like forever for the Maryland Terrapins.
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.
For 20 agonizing minutes, Alyssa Thomas had to rely on her teammates to keep Maryland from falling hopelessly behind Texas.
In the second half, Thomas returned the favor.
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.
Sixty-one years of heated rivalries, heartbreaking defeats and unforgettable victories will come to an end Sunday for Maryland when the Terrapins play their final home game as a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference.