Frese was also the Big Ten coach of the year in 2001-02, her last season in the conference as coach of Minnesota. Lexie Brown and Shatori Walker-Kimbrough are among the Terrapin players to earn postseason awards.
Georgetown can remain in the hunt for the No. 2 seed in the Big East tournament with a win against the No. 21 Bulldogs.
Moseley, No. 5 Maryland women pull away from No. 25 Northwestern 69-48, to finish conference regular season 18-0.
The Hoyas suffer numerous lapses vs. the motivated Red Storm and fall to third place in the Big East.
The coach left GW to better address his son’s autism. Now he has the Wildcats, who play Maryland on Sunday, in the top 25.
The No. 5 Terrapins were picked to finish first in their opening season in the league, but now are one win from going undefeated.
The Hoyas have risen to second place in the Big East, but much is at stake for both sides when they visit the Red Storm.
No. 5 Maryland handles Indiana, 83-72, as the Terps’ lone senior revels in being honored by scoring 28 points.
Laurin Mincy, who will play her final regular season home game Thursday, has mentored three rapidly improving sophomores.
The Cavaliers’ back court, already without Justin Anderson, is confident in its ability to replace point guard London Perrantes should he miss time because of a concussion and broken nose.