Masonius dished a career-high eight assists against Minnesota, most of which came while playing in the post.
Miller and Owusu each scored at least 20 points as the Terps swept the Golden Gophers.
“They all want to score — they're really good scorers — but they get how to be successful,” Frese said.
The Terps forced 32 turnovers Wednesday afternoon, sparking their dominance.
With Sunday's victory, Frese surpassed her predecessor, Chris Weller, for the most wins in school history.
The head coach recorded her 499th victory at the head of the program.
“She wants to take the shot when the pressure is on."
Diamond Miller and Ashley Owusu each scored 20 points to lead the Terps.
The Terps fell in conference play on Monday night for the first time in over a year.
The defeat snapped the Terps' 10-game winning streak.