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Layman breaks out of slump against Red Flash

Jake Layman was struggling the past three games but Maryland made it a point to get him involved and he made four three’s and scored 16 points against St. Francis.

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Terps overpower Cuse for 82-64 win

Syracuses’ 2-3 zone defense was no match for the Terps dominant inside play, let by an 18-point performance from center Brionna Jones

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Terps unable to overcome slow start against UNC

Early turnovers put the Terps in a hole that they could not dig themselves out of even despite making over half of their shots.

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Terps bigs break down Cleveland State

Cleveland State shot the roof off but Maryland kept hammering away inside to earn the 80-63 victory on Saturday night.

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Terps blow out Pitt to win Paradise Jam

Brionna Jones posted a third-straight double-double as the No. 6 Terps cruised to a 70-49 victory over the Pittsburgh Panthers.

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No. 6 Terps battle past Jackrabbits for win

South Dakota State has already proven to be one of the most dangerous mid-majors in the country and pushed Maryland until the very end.

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No. 6 Terps blow ODU out in Paradise Jam

Simply put, Maryland was the superior team in the opener of the Paradise Jame as they blew Old Dominion out, 95-49 in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands.

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Terps run past Rhode Island for Cancun title

It didn’t take long for Maryland to take a commanding lead over Rhode Island and they cruised to a 83-68 victory to win the Cancun Challenge.

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No. 2 Terps pull away from Redbirds in Cancun

Illinois State played a near perfect game but Rasheed Sulaimon (left) and Melo Trimbl (right) combined for 33 points in Maryland’s 77-66 win in Cancun.

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Terps put up against ropes but remain unbeaten

Rider had a double-digit lead over Maryland in the second half and led the Terps for 35 minutes but eventually UMD pulled away for the 65-58 victory.

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