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CSN Update: Lady Terps fall to UConn
losing to the Huskies 76 to fifty. Top seeded Huskies shot 48% from the field. While the terps only Muster 1% for the game ACC player of the year Alyssa Thomas finished with thirteen points nine rebounds and a loss. His Brenda freeze after the gamethe field. While the terps only Muster -- 1% for the game ACC player of the year Alyssa Thomas finished with thirteen points nine rebounds and a loss. His Brenda freeze after the game. As
Boeheim: 'We're all in this for one thing -- the national championship'
resolve because coaches put the fear that players a little bit. And I think that helps him. He's here to what into the ACC by the way the four spot may for he's just three. Against you yeah. Were you can't just let you know Hillary can restAnd I think that helps him. He's here to what into the ACC by the way the four spot may -- for -- he's just three. Against you yeah. Were you can't just let you
Terps, Cavs will benefit from deep NIT run -- if players stay
I see is actually older than NCAA tournament. There are some prestige ..... experience and didn't go to the NCAA is you don't wanna sit at home ..... actually they can't talk quite. NCAA anymore because it's not a ..... that thought about us that every ACC team. That went to the finalsfor that. -- -- absolutely. Put that thought about us that every ACC team. That went to the finals in the united feet made the as you know late -- -- year. So Maryland man
Lady Terps prepare for Quinnipiac
when he tipped off their NCAA tournament the thirteenth ..... biggest stage here in the NCAA tourney you know. What ..... North Carolina in the ACC tournament and that time ..... sickness for a. From the ACC tournament. Then obviously ..... are eight and two and NCAA tournaments here contestcourt in two weeks since they fell to North Carolina in the ACC tournament and that time all. Seemed to a come at the perfect time scale is is it exactly. What the doctor ordered him to tie him for a lot of us. -- -- what we needed and we were coming off because of sickness for a. From the ACC tournament. Then obviously the rest it was much needed to you know to be able to give our team the weekend off
Gary Williams: Final Four predictions
that great shot. You know he's. This is going to be interesting cruisers team you know Miami. When the ACC regular season among the ACC tournament so we're going to this they can make him beat anybody and they've got something to proveis going to be interesting cruisers team you know Miami. When the ACC regular season among the ACC tournament so we're going to this they can make him beat anybody and they've got something to prove. There's -- dangerous team
Gary Williams: NIT will benefit young Maryland, UVa squads
CSN Baltimore dot com. Well the great thing about being in ninety for both Virginia and Maryland is there in a similar situation they have young teams. They had great wins this year in certain situations. But they weren't good enough consistently to get over the top to get that instantly
Miami pulls away from UNC to win ACC tournament
Shane Larkin scored a career-high 28 points, eight in the final 2 minutes, to help No. 9 Miami pull away late and beat North Carolina 87-77 in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament championship Sunday.
Maryland-North Carolina highlights
Csnbaltimore.com. The win with Maryland and a good spot selection Sunday lots puts them. And the big trouble my friend early on first try to establish Alec landed. Inside. Big Ukrainian drive baseline for the first slam and it's a good start. For Atlanta Carolina by going outside PJ Hairston buried
Resilient Terps unable to overcome UNC
Maryland was unable to beat North Carolina in semifinal action in the ACC tournament and now must wait to see whether they are headed to the NCAA Tournament or the NIT.
Gary Williams joins ACC's Basketball Legends
Maryland basketball's winningest head coach, Gary Williams, was honored along with 12 others this afternoon in Greensboro, NC as the newest members of the Atlantic Coast Conference Men's Basketball Legends Class.