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2018 Schedule
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Maryland to represent U.S. in University Games

Maryland was selected by the United States International University Sports Federation to represent the U.S. in Taiwan at the World University Games.

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Freshman Slocum to transfer from Maryland

Destiny Slocum, who averaged 11.5 points en route to being named Big Ten Freshman of the Year, will transfer from Maryland, along with sophomore Kiah Gillespie and freshman Jenna Staiti.

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207dSean Hurd

Upset-minded Oregon sets sights on No. 1 UConn

One person who isn't surprised by Oregon's first trip to the Elite Eight? Geno Auriemma, whose Huskies will face the upset-minded Ducks on Monday for a spot in the Final Four.

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Oregon shocks Maryland, marches on to Elite Eight (1:01)
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Freshmen lead Oregon to upset of Maryland

Sabrina Ionescu led five Oregon players in double figures with 21 points and the 10th-seeded Ducks continued their improbable run through the NCAA Tournament with a 77-63 upset win over third-see

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207dSean Hurd

Oregon stuns 3-seed Maryland to reach first Elite Eight

The Ducks did it again. Behind five players in double figures, No. 10 seed Oregon advanced to its first Elite Eight after upsetting Maryland. The third-seeded Terps failed to hit a 3-pointer.

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The youngest Terp (4:53)
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Slocum a dynamic player for Maryland (0:50)
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Maryland's long heave makes the crowd go wild (0:34)
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No. 3 Maryland steamrolls No. 14 Bucknell (0:43)
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Terps rout Bucknell behind Walker-Kimbrough

Shatori Walker-Kimbrough scored 28 points, Brionna Jones had 25 points and 10 rebounds, and Maryland beat Bucknell 103-61 Friday to earn its seventh consecutive trip to the second round of the NC

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Maryland capitalizes on Bucknell's turnover (0:20)
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217dCharlie Creme

Women's NCAA tournament: Breaking down Bridgeport Regional

Maryland and Syracuse hope to get back to the Final Four, but in Bridgeport, everything runs through UConn. Can a region full of premier point guards prevent the Huskies from advancing?

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218dMechelle Voepel

Walker-Kimbrough has Terps ready for tourney

Brenda Frese and the Terps knew Shatori Walker-Kimbrough had raw talent and a ton of potential. The guard has realized it and hopes to help lead them back to the Final Four in her senior season.

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220dMechelle Voepel

Can any roadblocks derail UConn express?

Most teams wonder what they can do to win it all. For the Huskies, it's what do they have to do to lose. So, what obstacles await? Can Syracuse, Duke or Maryland cut the season short of Dallas?

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223dMechelle Voepel

Trio of Huskies headline espnW All-America first team

Washington's Kelsey Plum and South Carolina's A'ja Wilson joined UConn's Napheesa Collier, Katie Lou Samuelson and Gabby Williams on the first team. A Maryland duo helped make up the second team.