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SWK and Jones taken top 10 in WNBA Draft

Shatori Walker-Kimbrough was taken sixth by the Washington Mystics while Brionna Jones was taken eighth by the Connecticut Sun in this year’s WNBA draft.

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Brantley to transfer upon summer’s graduation

Reserve point guard Jaylen Brantley will seek a larger role at a new school as a graduate transfer next season after receiving his degree from Maryland this summer.

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Slocum among three Terps set to transfer

WBCA National Freshman of the Year Destiny Slocum, sophomore Kiah Gillespie and freshman Jenna Staiti have all been granted permission to transfer from UMD.

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Odom named nation’s top 1st year coach

UMBC men’s basketball head coach Ryan Odom is the 2017 recipient of the Joe B. Hall Award, given to the nationals best first-year Division I head coach.

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Slocum named WBCA Freshman of the Year

Maryland freshman point guard Destiny Slocum became the program’s first national Freshman of the Year after a remarkable inaugural campaign.

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Retrievers CIT run ends in semifinals

UMBC was without star guard Jairus Lyles as they suffered a 79-61 loss to Texas A&M Corpus Christi in the CIT semifinals, but it doesn’t blemish a remarkable year.

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Trimble to declare for NBA Draft and sign agent

The Terps men’s basketball program saw a resurgence with Melo Trimble, but the junior guard will declare for the NBA Draft and sign an agent.

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SWK to participate in college 3-Point contest

Shatori Walker-Kimbrough will represent the Terps at the 2017 State Farm College Slam Dunk & 3-Point Championships on Thursday night.

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Jones and SWK earn All-American honors

Seniors Brionna Jones and Shatori Walker-Kimbrough earned First- and Second-Team All-American honors as they led Maryland to another 30-win season.

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UMBC to host TAMU-CC in CIT semifinals

The Retrievers will stay at home for another round of the College Insider.com Tournament and will host Texas A&M-Corpus Christi in the semifinals on Wednesday.

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