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Terps dominate the glass in win over Nebraska

The No. 8 Maryland women’s basketball team destroyed Nebraska on the boards and roll to a 89-50 victory, bouncing back from their loss last week.

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Terps cruise past Rutgers

From start to finish No. 3 Maryland had no problems against Rutgers, getting out to a 20-point lead in the first half and leading by 40 in the second half.

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Turgeon wins No. 100 against Northwestern

Melo Trimble scored 24 points and the No. 4 Terps made 11 three’s as they ran away from the Wildcatds for a 72-59 victory.

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Tired Terps fall to Buckeyes

Brene Moseley scored 20 points with 10 assists off the bench but the Terps fatigue after playing three games in six days got to them.

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Diamond Stone leads comeback past Penn State

Diamond Stone set a Maryland record with 39 points to go with 12 rebounds as No. 4 Maryland won their conference opener of Penn State, 70-64.

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Halftime adjustments propel Terps past Princeton

Maryland was in an intense battle against Princeton’s 3-2 zone defense but made changes at halftime and pulled away in the second half for the win.

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Moseley shines off bench, Terps crush Jags

The No. 6 Terps completely dominated the Southern Jaguars and earned a 94-81 victory to improve to 10-0 on the season.

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Terps hold onto early lead to beat Huskies

Maryland led by double-digits for most of the game and was able to withstand an 18-5 run by the Huskies late in the second half as the Terps earned a 76-66 win.

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Terps roll past Greyhounds for 97-47 win

Maryland’s bench out-scored the Greyhounds entire team as they won their 28th-straight home game.

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CCSU no match for No. 5 Terps

Maryland had a 22-2 lead after just the first quarter of the game and ran away for an 86-43 victory over Central Connecticut State.

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