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Terps shocked by Golden Gophers, 68-63

Despite a tremendous game by Rasheed Sulaimon and a very strong second half, Maryland was unable to overcome a very poor start in Minneapolis.

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Terps pull away from Michigan with big 2nd half

Maryland trailed at halftime but stuck to their gameplan of going into the paint and their domination inside led to a 76-56 victory over the Michigan Wolverines.

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Terps early lead helps them hold off Wildcats

Shatori Walker-Kimbrough continued her impressiverun of scoring with 27 points to lead Maryland past Northwestern, 79-70.

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Wisconsin snaps Terps home winning streak

Maryland couldn’t stop Wisconsin from hitting 3-pointers and saw their 27-game home-winning streak snapped with a 70-57 loss to the Badgers.

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The rise of UMD’s Shatori Walker-Kimbrough

Shatori Walker-Kimbrough has followed a great season last year with an even more impressive one this year that will likely earn her All-American honors.

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Walker-Kimbrough leads Terps to rout of Purdue

Shatori Walker-Kimbrough didn’t repeat her 41 point effort against Purdue but she was still impossible to defend and led Maryland with 23 points and to a win.

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Terps see what they need to against DII Bowie St

Maryland played a rare February non-conference game against a Division II opponent, but did it to keep in a rhythm and they did that against Bowie State.

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Carter’s late three helps UMD rally past Purdue

Robert Carter nailed a wide-open 3-pointer midway through he second half to spark a 10-point turnaround by Maryland as they went on to beat Purdue.

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Walker-Kimbrough lights it up again against MSU

Shatori Walker-Kimbrough followed her 41-point performance against Purdue with a 30-point game to lead No. 5 Maryland to a win over Michigan State.

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Terps can still make run at No. 1 ranking

Maryland has risen back up to No. 4 in the AP poll but have plenty of time and all of the pieces to make a run at the top spot before the season is over.

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