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Terps repeat as Big Ten tournament champs

After claiming their second-straight regular season title, Maryland repeated as Big Ten tournament champions in just their second year in the Big Ten.

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Questions raised about Terps in loss to Hoosiers

Maryland has no flow to their offense and were regularly out of position on defense in an 80-62 loss to Indiana in their regular season finale.

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Terps cruise past Northwestern into B1G finals

Maryland made over half of their shots and had a commanding lead the entire second half as they easily moved past Northwester, 83-62.

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Terps roll past Iowa into Big Ten semifinals

Top-seeded Maryland used a huge second quarter to set up a 20-point victory over Iowa as they advanced to the quarterfinals of the Big Ten tournament.

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Terps rout Illinois in home finale

Maryland hit on all cylinders against Illinois, making over half their shots, hitting a season-best 14 three’s and winning on the glass as they cruised to an 81-55 victory.

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Three Terps garner Big Ten honors

Shatori Walker-Kimbrough and Brionna Jones (left and center) earned First Team All-Big Ten honors. Brene Moseley (right) was named the Sixth Player of the Year.

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Terps repeat at B1G regular season champ

Led by Tierney Pfirman, Maryland’s seniors combined for 56 points as the Terps repeated as Big Ten regular season champs with a 110-77 win over Minnesota.

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Terps come on late to blow past Badgers

Maryland started off slow, but were able to click in the second quarter and earned an 83-77 victory over the Wisconsin Badgers on Thursday night.

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Terps breeze past Rutgers for 73-58 win

Maryland improved to 14-2 with a blowout win in their final road game of the regular season. They will host their final two games of the regular season.

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Terps survive push by Michigan

Maryland lost a 16-point lead but committed to getting the ball inside and produced 40 points in the paint and another 17 from the foul line in their 86-82 win.

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