Blue streak stops UM

Harding, Devils women end Terps' 24-game winning stretch

No. 3 Duke 81 No. 1 Maryland 62

College Basketball

January 14, 2007|By Will Kimmey | Will Kimmey,Special to The Sun

Durham, N.C. -- One of the most anticipated games of the women's college basketball season didn't turn out to be much of a game at all.

No. 3 Duke held No. 1 Maryland, the second-highest-scoring team in the nation, to a season low in scoring to turn a rematch of the 2006 NCAA championship game and a meeting of two undefeated teams into an 81-62 blowout yesterday in front of a sold-out crowd of 9,314 at Cameron Indoor Stadium.

"I thought this game we were outworked, out-hustled, out-coached ... you name it," Terps coach Brenda Frese said. "Duke was a dominant team and made a huge statement in this game."

Virginia women@Maryland Friday, 7 p.m.

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