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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | December 29, 1998
COLLEGE PARK -- In more ways than one, Maryland's women finally hit a winning note.With the return of Tiffany Brown and Kelley Gibson, the five freshmen who had tried holding the fort for the basketball team in their absence had been supposed to return to secondary roles.But as Marche Strickland and Deedee Warley proved to Coppin State during an 82-63 win in the ninth Terrapin Classic last night, they've learned the ropes too well to slip back into the shadows.The pair combined for 45 points and 17 rebounds to help the Terps end a 10-game losing streak dating back to a win over national semifinalist North Carolina State in last season's ACC tournament.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | January 18, 2002
COLLEGE PARK - Maryland gave up 25 points on turnovers and did not score a point during the final 5:19 as a young Virginia team took a 52-44 Atlantic Coast Conference women's basketball victory last night at Cole Field House. The Cavaliers (10-7, 3-3 ACC) destroyed the Terrapins' zone early in the first half when 5-foot-10 sophomore guard Anna Prillaman nailed five straight three-pointers, all from the corners and all on feeds from senior point guard Telisha Quarles. Prillaman's final three, with 12:51 left, gave the Cavaliers a 41-38 lead.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | February 4, 1999
COLLEGE PARK -- One of the oft-stated laments of the Maryland women's basketball team since the return of Kelley Gibson and Tiffany Brown has been that it wishes it could have its first five games back.That was when the Terps lost to five teams from sub-major conferences -- UNC-Greensboro, Loyola, Howard, Hampton and Western Michigan.With Morgan State visiting last night, Maryland had a chance to get one back, which it did, winning, 86-62, in front of 507 at Cole Field House.Deedee Warley had career highs of 31 points and 10 rebounds, and Brown handed out a career-high 18 assists as the Terrapins (4-16)
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By Tommy Ventre and Tommy Ventre,SUN STAFF | November 19, 2001
COLLEGE PARK - For the second straight game, Maryland freshman guard Anesia Smith came off the bench to lead all scorers, this time contributing 20 points to lead the No. 23 Terrapins women's basketball team to an 82-51 win over Loyola before 1,336 at Cole Field House. One of five Terrapins to reach double figures in scoring against the Greyhounds, Smith made four of seven three-point attempts and had two assists, three steals and three rebounds. Junior forward Jennifer Mitchell led Loyola with 17 points.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | March 16, 2001
COLLEGE PARK - The Maryland women's basketball team is in the NCAA tournament, so one of the Terps' best players, Deedee Warley, is beaming this week. Under normal circumstances, expressiveness is limited to the court when it comes to the 6-foot-2 junior power forward and third-team all-Atlantic Coast Conference selection from Fort Washington. She's not going to wax eloquent when she's in a state of joy, and if hurt moves her to tears, a pillow might be the only witness. "Off the court, Deedee's a fairly quiet person, but on the court, Deedee is loud.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 22, 2000
Junior guard Marche Strickland scored 17 of her game-high 19 points in the second half and Maryland used a 15-2 run midway through the half to take control en route to a 65-50 win over Loyola yesterday at Reitz Arena. After a poor-shooting first half that ended with Maryland up 22-14, the Greyhounds' Shontrese Smith scored on a driving layup to tie the game at 31 with just over 13 minutes remaining. The Terps (2-0) answered the Loyola run with a 12-2 surge of their own to take a 46-33 lead on a Deedee Warley basket with eight minutes left.
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By Rupen Fofaria and Rupen Fofaria,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 17, 2000
COLLEGE PARK -- When it comes to her youthful basketball team, Maryland women's basketball coach Chris Weller is hard to surprise. She was not surprised that her team dominated Georgetown with its interior offense and its rebounding yesterday in the Women's National Invitation Tournament. And she was not surprised at the margin of the Terps' 63-46 win before 1,045 at Cole Field House. It was Maryland's 16th appearance in a postseason tournament and first since 1997. With the victory, the Terps advanced with 15 other teams to the tournament's second round.
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By Christian Ewell | November 17, 2000
Maryland Coach: Chris Weller, 26th season at Maryland (469-257). Affiliation: Atlantic Coast Conference. 1999-2000 record: 16-15 (5-11 in ACC) Radio: None. Arena: Cole Field House (14,500). Consensus ACC favorite: Duke. Consensus Maryland prediction: Sixth. Starters lost: Two. Outlook: The team must overcome the loss of point guard Vicki Brick, who had a strong freshman season but suffered a knee injury before practice began. She may return; if not, her replacement will be Terri Daniels or freshman Kiki Wimbush.
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By Bill Tanton and Bill Tanton,Staff Writer | December 5, 1993
Loyola led favored St. Joseph's of Philadelphia for much of the game last night at Reitz Arena, but the visiting Hawks asserted their superiority in the last seven minutes and won going away, 90-70.The Greyhounds, paced by Tracy Bergan's 13 points, led at halftime 36-35. Loyola's swarming, pressing defense was giving St. Joseph's a fit.But St. Joseph's tied the game at 52 on a field goal by Mark Bass with 14:10 left in the game.Then the Hawks took the lead for good at 54-52 on a layup by Demetrius Poles.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | February 26, 2001
COLLEGE PARK - The Maryland women's basketball team had no gray area yesterday. With a losing record in Atlantic Coast Conference games, the Terrapins could forget about an at-large bid to next month's NCAA tournament unless they beat nationally ranked North Carolina State. Typical of what opposing coach Kay Yow called "a team on a mission," Maryland left little to chance in the second half and hit 61 percent of its shots in a 75-54 victory over the No. 17 Wolfpack, which came into Cole Field House with a seven-game winning streak.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 18, 2001
COLLEGE PARK - The University of Maryland women's basketball team will start the 2001-02 season ranked in the top 20 of two major preseason polls. The Terrapins are ranked No. 19 by Women's Basketball Journal and Basketball Times, as well as No. 20 according to Athlon Sports in its preseason magazine. The Terrapins return every starter, as well as 11 of 12 letter winners from last season's team that went 17-12 and received a bid to the NCAA tournament. Maryland will be led by senior guard Marche Strickland, who averaged 13.9 points last season, and senior forward Deedee Warley (Fort Washington)
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | March 16, 2001
COLLEGE PARK - The Maryland women's basketball team is in the NCAA tournament, so one of the Terps' best players, Deedee Warley, is beaming this week. Under normal circumstances, expressiveness is limited to the court when it comes to the 6-foot-2 junior power forward and third-team all-Atlantic Coast Conference selection from Fort Washington. She's not going to wax eloquent when she's in a state of joy, and if hurt moves her to tears, a pillow might be the only witness. "Off the court, Deedee's a fairly quiet person, but on the court, Deedee is loud.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | February 26, 2001
COLLEGE PARK - The Maryland women's basketball team had no gray area yesterday. With a losing record in Atlantic Coast Conference games, the Terrapins could forget about an at-large bid to next month's NCAA tournament unless they beat nationally ranked North Carolina State. Typical of what opposing coach Kay Yow called "a team on a mission," Maryland left little to chance in the second half and hit 61 percent of its shots in a 75-54 victory over the No. 17 Wolfpack, which came into Cole Field House with a seven-game winning streak.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 22, 2000
Junior guard Marche Strickland scored 17 of her game-high 19 points in the second half and Maryland used a 15-2 run midway through the half to take control en route to a 65-50 win over Loyola yesterday at Reitz Arena. After a poor-shooting first half that ended with Maryland up 22-14, the Greyhounds' Shontrese Smith scored on a driving layup to tie the game at 31 with just over 13 minutes remaining. The Terps (2-0) answered the Loyola run with a 12-2 surge of their own to take a 46-33 lead on a Deedee Warley basket with eight minutes left.
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By Christian Ewell | November 17, 2000
Maryland Coach: Chris Weller, 26th season at Maryland (469-257). Affiliation: Atlantic Coast Conference. 1999-2000 record: 16-15 (5-11 in ACC) Radio: None. Arena: Cole Field House (14,500). Consensus ACC favorite: Duke. Consensus Maryland prediction: Sixth. Starters lost: Two. Outlook: The team must overcome the loss of point guard Vicki Brick, who had a strong freshman season but suffered a knee injury before practice began. She may return; if not, her replacement will be Terri Daniels or freshman Kiki Wimbush.
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By Brandon Zimmerman and Brandon Zimmerman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 22, 2000
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Maryland coach Chris Weller called the Terps' trip to the WNIT quarterfinals a "bonus." The only problem against Florida last night was that her team was unable to keep the Gators out of the bonus as the foul-plagued Terps fell, 77-57, before 1,310 at the O'Connell Center. Maryland, which had won two WNIT games before last night, ended its season at 16-15, while Florida (20-12) advanced to the tournament semifinals. "This [WNIT] was a bonus for us," said Weller, whose team rebounded from a 6-21 season last year.
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By Blair Lovern and Blair Lovern,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 19, 2000
BLACKSBURG, Va. -- The Maryland women's basketball team is getting the hang of the Women's National Invitation Tournament. Maryland knocked off Virginia Tech, 68-60, in overtime last night before 2,524, and advanced to the Elite Eight in its first trip to the WNIT. The Terps will play Florida in Gainesville on Tuesday at 7 p.m. "This was the biggest win we've had all year," said Maryland coach Chris Weller. "A lot of people talk about how earlier in the season we beat Duke at Duke, but this was really an important win."
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | December 3, 1999
COLLEGE PARK -- The expected Nikki Teasley show at Cole Field House last night never really got off the ground.Instead, Teasley and her ninth-ranked North Carolina teammates were upstaged most of the evening by an inspired Maryland team that flirted with a major upset before wilting in the final five minutes to fall to the Tar Heels, 92-79, in the Atlantic Coast Conference opener for both teams.The stage seemed to be set for Maryland with 9 minutes, 48 seconds left in the game when Deedee Warley hit two free throws to tie the game at 61, completing a 19-5 run.Unranked Maryland (4-2)
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By Blair Lovern and Blair Lovern,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 19, 2000
BLACKSBURG, Va. -- The Maryland women's basketball team is getting the hang of the Women's National Invitation Tournament. Maryland knocked off Virginia Tech, 68-60, in overtime last night before 2,524, and advanced to the Elite Eight in its first trip to the WNIT. The Terps will play Florida in Gainesville on Tuesday at 7 p.m. "This was the biggest win we've had all year," said Maryland coach Chris Weller. "A lot of people talk about how earlier in the season we beat Duke at Duke, but this was really an important win."
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By Rupen Fofaria and Rupen Fofaria,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 17, 2000
COLLEGE PARK -- When it comes to her youthful basketball team, Maryland women's basketball coach Chris Weller is hard to surprise. She was not surprised that her team dominated Georgetown with its interior offense and its rebounding yesterday in the Women's National Invitation Tournament. And she was not surprised at the margin of the Terps' 63-46 win before 1,045 at Cole Field House. It was Maryland's 16th appearance in a postseason tournament and first since 1997. With the victory, the Terps advanced with 15 other teams to the tournament's second round.
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