For Mount St. Mary’s Women’s Basketball, NEC Championship Four Years In The Making

For Mount St. Mary’s women’s basketball coach Maria Marchesano, the expectation for her team this year was simple: win a championship. And they did. “The way they continued to work all year, just shows you what kind of people they are,” Marchesano said.

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Much Like 2006 Title Team, Maryland Women’s Basketball Defined By Unselfishness

Maryland women’s basketball enters its March 28 Sweet 16 matchup against Texas on a 15-game winning streak and with six players averaging double figures in scoring. “The chemistry on this team is off the charts,” senior Chloe Bibby said.

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What The Jordan McNair Safe And Fair Play Act Means For Maryland

“It’s about rights to their name, image and likeness,” Del. Brooke Lierman said of the Jordan McNair Safe and Fair Play Act. “But it’s also about the right to be healthy and to be in an athletic program that values their health and their safety and looks out for them.”

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Jimmy Patsos: ‘Why Don’t We Acknowledge What’s Right’ With Maryland Basketball

As some question whether Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon might be on his way out, former Loyola and Siena head coach Jimmy Patsos urges fans to pump the brakes first. “Before we all worry about what’s wrong, why don’t we acknowledge what’s right?” Patsos said.

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Glenn Clark: After Another Early Exit, Maryland Basketball Remains Where It Was Five Years Ago

Five years after Glenn Clark first wrote about the concept of “Turgatory,” Mark Turgeon’s Terps have lost in the NCAA Tournament again and he says we’re still asking the same questions.

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