The Terps lost to the Nittany Lions for the first time since 2003 and gave up the second-most points in program history.
The Terps' quartet of freshmen — Gia Cooke, Bri McDaniel, Mila Reynolds and Ava Sciolla — have barely played this season.
The Terps have defied expectations after reshaping their roster over the offseason.
With last season’s injuries and her teammates’ transfers in rearview, Miller steps into this season as the Terps’ standard-bearer.
In interviews with The Diamondback, Frese and Benzan discussed their reactions to transfers, issues with the team and a lack of buy-in.
The deal gives Frese a raise on top of the six-year deal she signed under a year ago.
The AP Third-Team All-American was one of four players to leave the Terps via the transfer portal on Tuesday.
After battling injury and ailment, Owusu will leave the Terps following another loss in the Sweet 16.
Miller and Owusu combined for 44 points in the Terps' win over Florida Gulf Coast in the second round of the NCAA tournament.
The Terps used another convincing third quarter to advance in the NCAA tournament.