Many of the players have NCAA tournament experience. And they think the Terps can win it all.
The No. 6 Terps will face No. 3 Penn State in the first round of the Big Ten tournament on Thursday.
The Terps put on a dominant performance on senior night, dispatching their final regular season opponents in convincing fashion.
It took only 80 seconds for the Terps to open the scoring against the Spartans.
The Terps outshot the Dukes 24-3 as they picked up their first home win since Sept. 21.
"For us, it’s about focusing on Maryland," coach Missy Meharg said.
The Terps kept hard at work preparing for their top-10 matchup with Penn State on Saturday.
"There’s no question — they love the game," coach Missy Meharg said.
The Terps posted their fourth straight shutout and a 24 shot performance.
The Terps are looking to keep up their high-scoring pace on their home turf.