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By Sports Digest | December 1, 2009
Greg Monroe scored a season-high 19 points and pulled down 11 rebounds, Chris Wright added a season-high 18 points and No. 16 Georgetown remained undefeated with an 83-62 win over visiting Mount St. Mary's on Monday night. Julian Vaughn had a career-high 14 points and matched his career best with eight rebounds and three blocks for the Hoyas (5-0), , who went on an 11-2 run to open the second half. Jean Cajou scored 16 points and Tayvon Jackson added 11 for the Mountaineers (3-3)
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By Jonas Shaffer, The Baltimore Sun | March 19, 2012
COLLEGE PARK - As far as memories go, there wasn't much worth remembering the last time Maryland was here, fending off the bright lights of ESPN television cameras as it fought desperately to keep its season going past the NCAA tournament's first weekend. The Terps lost to their Big East visitor (Georgetown), lost a starter to a devastating injury (Diandra Tchatchouang), and lost whatever hopes they had of reestablishing themselves among the NCAA's elite. But lurking under the blanketing disappointment was a glimmer of hope from a freshman whose shooting stroke was always an asset, even if her knees were sometimes a trouble.
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By Sports Digest | November 28, 2009
Freshman Tianna Hawkins had 17 points and 11 rebounds, and Maryland beat Howard, 79-51, despite playing the second half without leading scorer and rebounder Lynetta Kizer , who left with a sprained left ankle. Kizer was injured with 1:21 left in the first half. The 6-foot-4 sophomore fell to the floor near the foul line and groaned in agony before being helped from the court. Kizer, who came in averaging 16.4 points and 8.2 rebounds, returned to the bench in the second half with the aid of a crutch and with her foot in a boot.
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By The Washington Post | January 5, 2011
The Maryland women's basketball team no sooner had survived a demanding road game against St. Joseph's on Sunday afternoon when the postgame discourse quickly turned to the Terrapins' next opponent. That would be third-ranked Duke, which has national championship aspirations after having won 14 in a row to open the season and 16 straight at storied Cameron Indoor Arena, where the Blue Devils and Terps will play Thursday. Talk about little time to enjoy an 84-70 victory over the Hawks, during which the Terps showed why they could be primed for an NCAA tournament run of their own, getting a career-high 22 points from freshman Alyssa Thomas and an assertive performance inside from other members of their formidable front line.
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January 21, 2010
Miami 14-4, 2-2 ACC 14 Charmaine Clark..... 6-10 2-2 0-0 14 33 Diane Barnes........ 1-5 0-0 2-2 4 34 Sylvia Bullock...... 2-5 0-0 0-0 4 01 Riquna Williams..... 7-17 4-9 1-1 19 42 Shenise Johnson..... 8-14 0-2 1-3 17 03 Stefanie Yderstrom.. 3-7 3-7 0-0 9 13 Hannah Shaw......... 1-2 0-0 1-1 3 23 Shanel Williams..... 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 32 Morgan Stroman...... 1-6 0-0 8-10 10 Totals.............. 29-68 9-21 13-17 12 21 33 21 80 10 9 2 9 200 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-37 35.1% 2nd Half: 16-31 51.6% Game: 42.6% DEADB 3-Pt.
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By Gene Wang, The Washington Post | November 13, 2010
Coach Brenda Frese's plan this season for the No. 21 Maryland women's basketball team is to substitute liberally, and that means plenty of court time for the newest additions such as guard Laurin Mincy, forward Alyssa Thomas and center Alicia DeVaughn. In an exhibition game against the University of the District of Columbia on Sunday, Frese used five freshmen at the same time. Expect to see more of the same when the games count. "They're playing beyond their years," Frese said of the class, which also includes guard Natasha Cloud and forward Whitney Bays.
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By Kathy Orton and Kathy Orton,The Washington Post | February 6, 2010
COLLEGE PARK - -While Maryland coach Brenda Frese was willing to concede that her team showed a great deal of perseverance rallying from a 17-point second-half deficit, she was none too pleased with how the Terrapins found themselves in that predicament in the first place. Maryland's 61-60 loss to No. 21 Georgia Tech on Friday afternoon was the Terrapins' third consecutive home defeat, a skid unheard of at Comcast Center since the 2002-03 season. The three setbacks were by a total of five points.
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By Kathy Orton, The Washington Post | December 29, 2010
As Maryland kept winning games, it was unclear what to make of the No. 18 Terrapins. Were they good, or were they just superior to their level of competition? After all, none of the teams they beat during their 10-game winning streak — except for their victory over Purdue — was from a major conference. If Wednesday's 66-60 win against No. 17 St. John's at Comcast Center is any indication, Maryland is starting to regain the confidence it lost after last season's disappointing outcome.
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By Kathy Orton The Washington Post | February 6, 2010
While Maryland coach Brenda Frese was willing to concede that her team showed a great deal of perseverance rallying from a 17-point second-half deficit, she was none too pleased with how the Terrapins found themselves in that predicament in the first place. Maryland's 61-60 loss to No. 21 Georgia Tech on Friday afternoon was the Terrapins' third consecutive home defeat, a skid unheard of at Comcast Center since the 2002-03 season. The three setbacks were by a total of five points.
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By From Sun staff and news services | November 28, 2009
College football No. 2 Alabama survives scare vs. Auburn, stays undefeated Outplayed most of the game, No. 2 Alabama stayed unbeaten with a 26-21 victory over host Auburn (7-5, 3-5 Southeastern Conference), taking the lead with a nearly perfect drive that was capped by Greg McElroy's 4-yard touchdown pass to Roy Upchurch with 1:24 left. Alabama (12-0, 8-0) completed a second straight perfect regular season in the Iron Bowl but did it the hard way against its bitter rival. The Tide fell behind in the opening minutes but came out ahead to do its part to set up a No. 1 vs. No. 2 showdown with top-ranked Florida in the SEC championship game.
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By Kathy Orton, The Washington Post | December 29, 2010
As Maryland kept winning games, it was unclear what to make of the No. 18 Terrapins. Were they good, or were they just superior to their level of competition? After all, none of the teams they beat during their 10-game winning streak — except for their victory over Purdue — was from a major conference. If Wednesday's 66-60 win against No. 17 St. John's at Comcast Center is any indication, Maryland is starting to regain the confidence it lost after last season's disappointing outcome.
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By The Washington Post | December 28, 2010
By Kathy Orton With a starting five that boasts four players 6 feet 2 or taller, No. 18 Maryland has found success this season by exploiting its formidable frontcourt. La Salle discovered just how forward thinking the Terrapins have become in Tuesday afternoon's opening game of the Terrapin Classic at Comcast Center. Maryland's frontcourt players scored the first 24 points and created all sorts of matchup problems for the Explorers in the Terps' 83-45 win. Maryland (11-1)
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By Gene Wang, The Washington Post | November 13, 2010
Coach Brenda Frese's plan this season for the No. 21 Maryland women's basketball team is to substitute liberally, and that means plenty of court time for the newest additions such as guard Laurin Mincy, forward Alyssa Thomas and center Alicia DeVaughn. In an exhibition game against the University of the District of Columbia on Sunday, Frese used five freshmen at the same time. Expect to see more of the same when the games count. "They're playing beyond their years," Frese said of the class, which also includes guard Natasha Cloud and forward Whitney Bays.
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By Kathy Orton and Kathy Orton,The Washington Post | February 6, 2010
COLLEGE PARK - -While Maryland coach Brenda Frese was willing to concede that her team showed a great deal of perseverance rallying from a 17-point second-half deficit, she was none too pleased with how the Terrapins found themselves in that predicament in the first place. Maryland's 61-60 loss to No. 21 Georgia Tech on Friday afternoon was the Terrapins' third consecutive home defeat, a skid unheard of at Comcast Center since the 2002-03 season. The three setbacks were by a total of five points.
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By Kathy Orton The Washington Post | February 6, 2010
While Maryland coach Brenda Frese was willing to concede that her team showed a great deal of perseverance rallying from a 17-point second-half deficit, she was none too pleased with how the Terrapins found themselves in that predicament in the first place. Maryland's 61-60 loss to No. 21 Georgia Tech on Friday afternoon was the Terrapins' third consecutive home defeat, a skid unheard of at Comcast Center since the 2002-03 season. The three setbacks were by a total of five points.
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January 21, 2010
Miami 14-4, 2-2 ACC 14 Charmaine Clark..... 6-10 2-2 0-0 14 33 Diane Barnes........ 1-5 0-0 2-2 4 34 Sylvia Bullock...... 2-5 0-0 0-0 4 01 Riquna Williams..... 7-17 4-9 1-1 19 42 Shenise Johnson..... 8-14 0-2 1-3 17 03 Stefanie Yderstrom.. 3-7 3-7 0-0 9 13 Hannah Shaw......... 1-2 0-0 1-1 3 23 Shanel Williams..... 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 32 Morgan Stroman...... 1-6 0-0 8-10 10 Totals.............. 29-68 9-21 13-17 12 21 33 21 80 10 9 2 9 200 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-37 35.1% 2nd Half: 16-31 51.6% Game: 42.6% DEADB 3-Pt.
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By Jonas Shaffer, The Baltimore Sun | March 19, 2012
COLLEGE PARK - As far as memories go, there wasn't much worth remembering the last time Maryland was here, fending off the bright lights of ESPN television cameras as it fought desperately to keep its season going past the NCAA tournament's first weekend. The Terps lost to their Big East visitor (Georgetown), lost a starter to a devastating injury (Diandra Tchatchouang), and lost whatever hopes they had of reestablishing themselves among the NCAA's elite. But lurking under the blanketing disappointment was a glimmer of hope from a freshman whose shooting stroke was always an asset, even if her knees were sometimes a trouble.
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By The Washington Post | January 5, 2011
The Maryland women's basketball team no sooner had survived a demanding road game against St. Joseph's on Sunday afternoon when the postgame discourse quickly turned to the Terrapins' next opponent. That would be third-ranked Duke, which has national championship aspirations after having won 14 in a row to open the season and 16 straight at storied Cameron Indoor Arena, where the Blue Devils and Terps will play Thursday. Talk about little time to enjoy an 84-70 victory over the Hawks, during which the Terps showed why they could be primed for an NCAA tournament run of their own, getting a career-high 22 points from freshman Alyssa Thomas and an assertive performance inside from other members of their formidable front line.
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By Sports Digest | December 1, 2009
Greg Monroe scored a season-high 19 points and pulled down 11 rebounds, Chris Wright added a season-high 18 points and No. 16 Georgetown remained undefeated with an 83-62 win over visiting Mount St. Mary's on Monday night. Julian Vaughn had a career-high 14 points and matched his career best with eight rebounds and three blocks for the Hoyas (5-0), , who went on an 11-2 run to open the second half. Jean Cajou scored 16 points and Tayvon Jackson added 11 for the Mountaineers (3-3)
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By Sports Digest | November 28, 2009
Freshman Tianna Hawkins had 17 points and 11 rebounds, and Maryland beat Howard, 79-51, despite playing the second half without leading scorer and rebounder Lynetta Kizer , who left with a sprained left ankle. Kizer was injured with 1:21 left in the first half. The 6-foot-4 sophomore fell to the floor near the foul line and groaned in agony before being helped from the court. Kizer, who came in averaging 16.4 points and 8.2 rebounds, returned to the bench in the second half with the aid of a crutch and with her foot in a boot.
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