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Stone posts near triple-double in win over Neb.

Diamond Stone had 16 points, 10 rebounds and eight blocks as Maryland was able to edge Nebraska 70-65 on the road in Lincoln for their 20th win.

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Third time starting will be a charm for Stone

Diamond Stone has two so-so stints in the starting lineup before but his defensive awareness and offensive efficiency give him staying power this time.

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No. 8 Terps edge Buckeyes in road battle

Though it was the same outcome as last time, Maryland took a much different road to get there as they were put through a battle with the Buckeyes in Columbus.

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Terps overwhelm Indiana with stellar bench play

Maryland’s bench produced 47 points as the No. 5 Terps beat the Indiana Hoosiers for their seventh-straight victory, 86-63.

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Terps top No. 3 Iowa, 74-68

While no team has separated themselves as the best in the country, Maryland made another strong case with a win over No. 3 Iowa.

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Terps earn 900th program win

Maryland’s women’s basketball team earned it’s 900th win as they overcame a slows tart to bear Wisconsin, 90-65.

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Terps edge Northwestern in OT, 62-56

Maryland was put through a battle against Northwestern but were able to pull away in overtime for the 62-56 win.

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Confroy ties UMD record in team’s 80-62 win

Sophomore guard Kristen Confroy tied a Maryland women’s basketball record with eight 3-pointers as the No. 8 Terps beat Northwestern, 80-62.

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Terps blowout Buckeyes, 100-65

Maryland bounced back from their loss to Michigan on Tuesday in a big way as they made over 62-percent of their shots in a route of Ohio State.

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Trimble’s clutch three downs Badgers

Melo Trimble hit a game-winning 3-pointer with 1.2 seconds left as No. 3 Maryland beat Wisconsin, 63-60, in a tight battle in Madison, Wisconsin.

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