The Terps return veteran talent and have one of the best freshman classes in the country to supplement it.
Maryland women’s basketball was ranked No. 9 in the Associated Press Preseason Top 25 poll released Wednesday. Earlier in the offseason, a media panel and…
The Terps had plenty of shots but few goals; plenty of close games but few wins.
Egyed tied for 27th in the nation with 97 saves.
The Terps' newcomers were on display against a Division II opponent.
Harmon was a star recruit but had to transfer and overcome injury in order to end her college career on a high note.
Guards Kaila Charles and Channise Lewis were awarded preseason honors.
The Terps came alive in the second half but couldn't find an equalizer.
Last season's Terps struggled after a tumultuous summer.
The Terps needed to win their final 2 games to have a chance at making the field.