Austin's Double-Double Helps No. 9 Maryland Rout LoyolaShakira Austin had 25 points and 13 rebounds, and No. 9 Maryland shook off a midweek loss to rout Loyola (Md.) 105-45 on Sunday.
No. 8 South Carolina Easily Beats No. 4 Maryland 63-54Freshman Aliyah Boston scored 14 points and was an immovable force in the middle of the South Carolina defense, blocking five shots to help the No. 8 Gamecocks beat No. 4 Maryland 63-54 on Sunday in an early matchup between two of the nation's premier women's basketball programs.
Maryland, Towson Women's Teams To Play In March MadnessMaryland and Towson women's basketball teams may be playing in March Madness, after ESPN accidentally leaked the brackets ahead of the official announcement
No. 10 Maryland Women Beat Rutgers 62-48A dominant first quarter helped Maryland put away Rutgers and take command of the Big Ten.
Charles Has Season-High 25 In Win For No. 11 Maryland WomenKaila Charles scored a season-high 25 points with 11 rebounds and No. 11 Maryland rolled past Indiana 76-56 on Sunday.
No. 9 Maryland Bounces Back To Beat Penn State 79-67After watching Maryland stumble from the outset in a loss to Michigan State three days earlier, coach Brenda Frese emphatically stressed to her players the importance of getting off to a sharp start against Penn State.
UMD Women's Basketball Head Coach In Reach For 500th WinFrese needs one more win for a total of 500 wins in her career- most of these victories were picked up during her 17 seasons at Maryland.
Freshmen Lead 10th-Seeded Oregon To 77-63 Upset Of MarylandSabrina Ionescu led five Oregon players in double figures with 21 points and the tenth-seeded Ducks continued their improbable run through the NCAA Tournament with a 77-63 upset win over third-seeded Maryland.
Maryland Cruises Past West Virginia 83-56 Into Sweet 16Maryland was already enjoying a heck of a second quarter when Destiny Slocum scrambled in position to take a buzzer-beating shot.
Maryland Routs Bucknell 103-61 In NCAA Tournament OpenerMaryland beat Bucknell 103-61 Friday to earn its seventh consecutive trip to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
Coleman: In Sports, Sometimes Sex Does MatterDespite a 30-2 record and a No. 4 ranking in the final Associated Press poll of the season, the Maryland women’s basketball team received a No. 3 seed in the upcoming NCAA Tournament.