• Analysis

Maryland will likely return almost all the players in its eight-man rotation, and they'll have the benefit of NCAA tournament experience.

On March 25, 1978, before the NCAA sanctioned women's basketball, the two programs played on national TV for the AIAW national championship. It was heralded as the sport's arrival on the national stage.

The sixth-seeded Terrapins rallied from a 15-point first-half deficit to tie No. 3 LSU late but were unable to complete the comeback.

  • Perspective

The Terrapins freshman has a bright future, but he added a painful chapter to his past in a tough loss to the Tigers.

The sixth-seeded Terrapins rallied from a 15-point first-half deficit to tie No. 3 LSU late but were unable to complete the comeback. Maryland last reached the Sweet 16 in 2016, the Terps’ only time reaching the tournament’s second weekend under Coach Mark Turgeon. This is a developing story. It will be updated.

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The kid they call "Stix" is playing his best basketball at just the right time -- and will play a key role in the Terrapins' second-round NCAA clash with LSU on Saturday.

  • Perspective

A suspended coach, Will Wade of LSU, is the central story line to Saturday’s NCAA tournament game, all because college basketball accepts market value for everyone but the players.

The standout junior’s biggest improvement this season has been recognizing how her attitude can affect the rest of the team.

  • Perspective

The Terrapins’ win over Belmont jettisons a gorilla from the coach’s back — and allows for possibility of a Sweet 16 date in the District.

Programs are defined by what they do in March, and so any assessment of Maryland will likely hinge on its performance Thursday vs. Belmont.

The Terps, in the tournament for the fourth time in five seasons, will open play on Thursday in Jacksonville, Fla.

The Terps find out their postseason fate when the field of 64 is revealed Monday night on ESPN.

Left at United Center are a handful of Terps fans trying to justify the cost of a long weekend in Chicago, or checking with airlines to see if there are any earlier trips home.

For the third straight season, the Terrapins are one and done in their conference tournament.

The Terrapins enter the postseason with the fourth-youngest roster in major-college basketball, thanks to a group of five freshmen contributors who show promise and silliness, sometimes at once.

  • Perspective

Stuck between their history and their future, these Terps are finding their way while they search for an identity.

Anthony Cowan Jr. and Jalen Smith joined Fernando as all-conference honorees.

No. 8 Terrapins edge Michigan, 73-72, as Kaila Charles scores a game-high 22 points.

Even Bender's teammates didn't know about the pre-game surprise.

Junior guard Anthony Cowan Jr. scores 21 points and freshman Jalen Smith adds 19 in 69-60 win over Golden Gophers.

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