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By Childs Walker and Childs Walker,SUN REPORTER | February 17, 2007
For Shay Doron, the fantasy became a hardened quest when she reached the cusp of high school. She was already a run-and-gun scorer for five youth and school teams, and it wasn't hard to imagine that with normal progress, she'd become one of the best female basketball players in Israel. She might even earn a scholarship to play college ball in the United States. Duke women@Maryland Tomorrow, 6 p.m., Comcast SportsNet
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | January 25, 2011
Leukemia survivors are invited to attend this week's women's basketball game between No. 14 Maryland and Wake Forest for free. To receive free admission to the Atlantic Coast Conference game, which will tip off at 8:30 p.m. Friday at Comcast Center, survivors should e-mail isurvived@umd.edu with their name and contact information. Tickets will be at will call. Guests of survivors may purchase tickets at the discounted price of $4 each. To purchase, please visit umterps.com/awareness and enter the promotion code "awareness.
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By Laura Vecsey and Laura Vecsey,SUN COLUMNIST | December 11, 2002
MIDDLE VILLAGE, N.Y. - A newspaper clipping hangs on the bulletin board in the gym at Christ the King High School. The picture shows seven seniors on this season's girls basketball team, the one ranked second in America. Before they've played a single game of their final high school season, all seven girls have signed with Division I colleges. George Washington, James Madison, Fairfield, just to name a few. In the photo, on the far right, with a lanky arm draped over a teammate and wearing a giant grin, is Shay Doron.
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By Camille Powell and Camille Powell,The Washington Post | February 6, 2009
College Park -There were plenty of smiles on Maryland's bench last night after the 13th-ranked Terrapins' 87-66 win over North Carolina State. The Terps (18-4, 6-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) shot 56.7 percent from the field, including 55.6 percent from three-point range, their highest percentages in conference play. They held the Wolfpack to 37.7 percent shooting. And one of their popular former teammates - center Laura Harper, now with the Sacramento Monarchs - had her jersey retired after the game.
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By Christian Ewell | October 2, 2003
Laura Harper, a highly regarded power forward from Wyncote, Pa., has given an oral commitment to Maryland's women's basketball program, choosing the Terps over national power Connecticut. Harper's father, Haviland, yesterday confirmed the decision made by his 6-foot-3 daughter, who averaged 21 points at Cheltenham High School in suburban Philadelphia last year and chose Maryland last week. Hers is the second commitment - after that of 6-3 center Jade Perry of Greenville, Ky. - garnered by Maryland coach Brenda Frese and her staff.
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | January 25, 2011
Leukemia survivors are invited to attend this week's women's basketball game between No. 14 Maryland and Wake Forest for free. To receive free admission to the Atlantic Coast Conference game, which will tip off at 8:30 p.m. Friday at Comcast Center, survivors should e-mail isurvived@umd.edu with their name and contact information. Tickets will be at will call. Guests of survivors may purchase tickets at the discounted price of $4 each. To purchase, please visit umterps.com/awareness and enter the promotion code "awareness.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 30, 2003
Sophomore Chrissy Fisher had 18 points and 13 rebounds, her first career double double, to lead the Maryland women to the Terrapin Classic title with a 97-65 victory over UMES yesterday at Comcast Center. UMES (2-2) trailed 19-17 midway through the first half, but the Terrapins (4-0) outscored the Hawks 34-11 in the final 11:08 of the half to take control. Maryland, which shot 54 percent for the game, hit the 90-point mark in back-to-back games for the first time since 1992. Freshmen Kalika France (17 points)
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By Camille Powell and Camille Powell,The Washington Post | February 6, 2009
College Park -There were plenty of smiles on Maryland's bench last night after the 13th-ranked Terrapins' 87-66 win over North Carolina State. The Terps (18-4, 6-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) shot 56.7 percent from the field, including 55.6 percent from three-point range, their highest percentages in conference play. They held the Wolfpack to 37.7 percent shooting. And one of their popular former teammates - center Laura Harper, now with the Sacramento Monarchs - had her jersey retired after the game.
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By EDWARD LEE and EDWARD LEE,SUN REPORTER | February 27, 2006
COLLEGE PARK -- With 11 20-win seasons since 1971 and an Atlantic Coast Conference-best eight tournament championships, the Maryland women's basketball program is no stranger to success. But this season's Terps have set a new standard in the program with a 26-victory regular season that was capped by yesterday's 89-53 demolition of Northern Colorado before 5,914 at Comcast Center. No. 4 Maryland's 26-3 regular-season record is its best since the 1988-89 team went 23-2. "Just extremely proud of the team and what they've been able to accomplish," coach Brenda Frese said.
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By EDWARD LEE and EDWARD LEE,SUN REPORTER | December 13, 2005
The final numbers were impressive: 17 points on 7-for-9 shooting - including 1-for-1 from three-point range - 10 rebounds, four assists and three blocks in 32 minutes. But of all the statistics Marissa Coleman could have focused on after the Maryland women's basketball team pummeled Appalachian State by 59 points 12 days ago, Coleman's eyes rested on one: seven turnovers. It was an alarming total, but not inconceivable considering that Coleman, a 6-foot-1 freshman, logged more minutes than any other player in that game and has been asked to play every position but center for the No. 8 Terrapins (8-1)
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By Childs Walker and Childs Walker,SUN REPORTER | February 17, 2007
For Shay Doron, the fantasy became a hardened quest when she reached the cusp of high school. She was already a run-and-gun scorer for five youth and school teams, and it wasn't hard to imagine that with normal progress, she'd become one of the best female basketball players in Israel. She might even earn a scholarship to play college ball in the United States. Duke women@Maryland Tomorrow, 6 p.m., Comcast SportsNet
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By SOUTH FLORIDA SUN-SENTINEL | March 15, 2006
ALBUQUERQUE REGIONAL PREVIEW No. 1 Ohio State Record -- 28-2, 15-1 in Big Ten Coach -- Jim Foster Top players -- C Jessica Daven port (18.6 ppg, 8.7 rpg), F Brandie Hoskins (12.3 ppg), G Marscilla Parker (10.9 ppg), G Ashley Allen (3.8 apg). Comment -- The Big Ten champi ons have the nation's second-longest win streak at 19. Davenport, the two-time conference Player of the Year, is a force inside but the Buckeyes need guards Parker and Allen to play well to get to the Final Four in Boston.
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By EDWARD LEE and EDWARD LEE,SUN REPORTER | February 27, 2006
COLLEGE PARK -- With 11 20-win seasons since 1971 and an Atlantic Coast Conference-best eight tournament championships, the Maryland women's basketball program is no stranger to success. But this season's Terps have set a new standard in the program with a 26-victory regular season that was capped by yesterday's 89-53 demolition of Northern Colorado before 5,914 at Comcast Center. No. 4 Maryland's 26-3 regular-season record is its best since the 1988-89 team went 23-2. "Just extremely proud of the team and what they've been able to accomplish," coach Brenda Frese said.
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By EDWARD LEE and EDWARD LEE,SUN REPORTER | December 13, 2005
The final numbers were impressive: 17 points on 7-for-9 shooting - including 1-for-1 from three-point range - 10 rebounds, four assists and three blocks in 32 minutes. But of all the statistics Marissa Coleman could have focused on after the Maryland women's basketball team pummeled Appalachian State by 59 points 12 days ago, Coleman's eyes rested on one: seven turnovers. It was an alarming total, but not inconceivable considering that Coleman, a 6-foot-1 freshman, logged more minutes than any other player in that game and has been asked to play every position but center for the No. 8 Terrapins (8-1)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 30, 2003
Sophomore Chrissy Fisher had 18 points and 13 rebounds, her first career double double, to lead the Maryland women to the Terrapin Classic title with a 97-65 victory over UMES yesterday at Comcast Center. UMES (2-2) trailed 19-17 midway through the first half, but the Terrapins (4-0) outscored the Hawks 34-11 in the final 11:08 of the half to take control. Maryland, which shot 54 percent for the game, hit the 90-point mark in back-to-back games for the first time since 1992. Freshmen Kalika France (17 points)
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By Christian Ewell | October 2, 2003
Laura Harper, a highly regarded power forward from Wyncote, Pa., has given an oral commitment to Maryland's women's basketball program, choosing the Terps over national power Connecticut. Harper's father, Haviland, yesterday confirmed the decision made by his 6-foot-3 daughter, who averaged 21 points at Cheltenham High School in suburban Philadelphia last year and chose Maryland last week. Hers is the second commitment - after that of 6-3 center Jade Perry of Greenville, Ky. - garnered by Maryland coach Brenda Frese and her staff.
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By SOUTH FLORIDA SUN-SENTINEL | March 15, 2006
ALBUQUERQUE REGIONAL PREVIEW No. 1 Ohio State Record -- 28-2, 15-1 in Big Ten Coach -- Jim Foster Top players -- C Jessica Daven port (18.6 ppg, 8.7 rpg), F Brandie Hoskins (12.3 ppg), G Marscilla Parker (10.9 ppg), G Ashley Allen (3.8 apg). Comment -- The Big Ten champi ons have the nation's second-longest win streak at 19. Davenport, the two-time conference Player of the Year, is a force inside but the Buckeyes need guards Parker and Allen to play well to get to the Final Four in Boston.
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By EDWARD LEE and EDWARD LEE,SUN REPORTER | February 28, 2006
College Park -- The women's NCAA tournament is less than three weeks away, and Maryland has its sights set on the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament this weekend in North Carolina. But there's little doubt in Shay Doron's mind that the No. 4 Terps deserve one of four No. 1 seeds in the NCAA tournament. Maryland women vs. Miami or Georgia Tech ACC tournament, Friday, 9:30 p.m., Comcast SportsNet
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By Laura Vecsey and Laura Vecsey,SUN COLUMNIST | December 11, 2002
MIDDLE VILLAGE, N.Y. - A newspaper clipping hangs on the bulletin board in the gym at Christ the King High School. The picture shows seven seniors on this season's girls basketball team, the one ranked second in America. Before they've played a single game of their final high school season, all seven girls have signed with Division I colleges. George Washington, James Madison, Fairfield, just to name a few. In the photo, on the far right, with a lanky arm draped over a teammate and wearing a giant grin, is Shay Doron.
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