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Hot-shooting Terps clinch title game spot

Maryland made nearly 60-percent of their shots as they beat Michigan State State 100-83 in the Big Ten semifinals. Brenda Frese earned her 400th Terps win.

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Trimble beats buzzer to top Spartans, 63-60

Maryland clinched the third seed in the Big Ten Tournament as Melo Trimble nails the game-winning 3-pointer against Michigan State with just one second left.

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Terps breeze past Gophers and into semis

The No. 4 Maryland Terrapins women’s basketball team opened up the Big Ten Tournament with a 92-80 victory over Minnesota in the quarterfinals.

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Terps beat Rutgers to end skid

Maryland snapped their three-game losing streak with a great all-around team effort as they beat Rutgers, 79-59, on Tuesday night in New Jersey.

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Terps load up on All-Big Ten honors

From left to right: Brionna Jones, Shatori Walker-Kimbrough, Destiny Slocum and Kaila Charles all received All-Big Ten honors.

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Terps win third-straight Big Ten title

The Maryland WBB team’s dominance at the top of the B1G continues as they clinch a third-straight regular season title with a 93-60 win over Minnesota.

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Terps drop 3rd-straight, fall to Iowa 83-69

Maryland suffered their third-straight defeat and fifth loss in seven games as Iowa simply out-paced them to an 83-69 decision at XFINITY Center.

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Gophers pull away to beat Terps 89-75

Though it was closely contested for most of the game, Minnesota pulled away late to hand Maryland their fourth loss in six games.

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Terps can’t slow down hot-shooting Buckeyes

Ohio State made over 60% of their shots and scored the most point against the Terps since the 2008 NCAAs as they handed Maryland their first Big Ten loss, 98-87.

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Trimble scores 27 but Terps fall at Wisconsin

Melo Trimble made four 3-pointers and scored 27 points, but the No. 23 Terps couldn’t stay at the top of the Big Ten as they fell to No. 11 Wisconsin, 71-60.

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