The Maryland women’s basketball team draws a No. 2 seed for the NCAA tournament. However, they have stiff competition awaiting in the later rounds.
Terps 75 – Wildcats 59
Terps 96 – Hawkeyes 68
Jahmir Young scored a team-high 20 points as Maryland shocked Purdue 68-54 in front of a sellout crowd at Xfinity Center.
Terps 74 – Nittany Lions 68
The No. 8 Maryland women’s basketball team defeated Illinois on Senior Day.
Just five weeks before Selection Sunday, the Maryland women’s basketball team made an emphatic statement blowing out Ohio State 90-54 in front of 11,167 spectators at the Xfinity Center.
Terps 90 – Buckeyes 54
Terps 87 – Nitttany Lions 66
Jahmir Young scored 22 points as the Maryland men’s basketball team earned a dominant 73-55 victory over Wisconsin.
Terps 82 – Cornhuskers 63
Terps 72 – Wolverines 64
Maryland stepped up against their Big Ten foes at home, earning a 64-58 victory over the Wolverines.
Terps 80 -73
Terps 94 – Spartans 85
Terps 80 – Retrievers 64
Terps 75 – Peacocks 45
The No. 20 Maryland women’s basketball team could not keep up with Nebraska’s lights-out shooting as the Terrapins fell in their conference opener 90-67 Sunday.
Terps 95 – Eagles 79
With star guard Diamond Miller out with an injury Friday night, No. 17 Maryland struggled from the field and proved no match against the top-ranked South Carolina as the Gamecocks earned the 81-56 away win.
Terrapins 71 – Purple Eagles 49
Donta Scott scored a career-high 25 points to lift Maryland to an 81-65 home victory.
The Terrapins looked strong during the first half, but the Scarlet Knights came back from a double-digit deficit to earn a 70-59 victory.
The Terps fall to the Hokies 58-62 at Xfinity Center
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