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Freshmen and bench lead charge past Mount

Maryland women’s basketball rolls past the Mount, 106-42, with their freshman class out-scoring their opponent on their own.

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Terps roll past St. Mary’s (MD), 93-45

Typically, a powerhouse like Maryland shouldn’t be playing D3 opponents like St. Mary’s, it was exactly what the Terps needed after Georgetown.

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Deep Terps rout over-matched UMES

The sixth-ranked Maryland women’s basketball team had 46 point come from their bench and another 36 come from their two big stars in a 106-61 rout.

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Terps make improbable comeback against Hoyas

Helped by a Georgetown collapse, Maryland erased a six-point deficit in the final 30 seconds and sealed their 76-75 win with a buzzer-beating block.

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Terps cruise past UMass Lowell in opener

The Maryland women’s basketball team had no problem achieving success against an over-match UMass Lowell team, cruise to a 100-44 victory.

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Terps battle to beat American in opener

Melo Trimble led a late Terps flurry to life them to a 62-56 victory over American in their season opener and finished the game with 22 points.

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Nine Terps hit double-digits in second exhibition

Maryland once again dominated an over-matched opponent in a preseason exhibition beating Division III Mary Baldwin 153-27 on Sunday afternoon.

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Terps spread ball around well in exhibition

Maryland over-powered Division II Catawba in their preseason exhibition, but saw tremendous ball movement and several players step up into bigger roles.

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Freshmen shine in Terps WBB first exhibition

The Terps blew out their Division II opponent 146-17, but the important part was seeing how well the freshmen were implemented into the team’s lineup.

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Melo Trimble taking over as Terps leader

Melo Trimble was able to sit behind some great upperclassmen the past two years but now the Terps are unquestionably his team and he’s ready to take over.

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