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Maryland Minute 3.31.2015 - Maryland women's basketball is headed to its second straight Final Four

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The Terps made history Monday night, extending their winning streak to 28 games and going to their second consecutive Final Four for the first time in school history.

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Maryland Women's Basketball

Maryland women's basketball beats Tennessee, 58-48, advances to Final Four - Testudo Times
For the second straight year, the Maryland women's basketball team ended Tennessee's season. And, for the first time in women's program history, the Terrapins will make back-to-back trips to the Final Four.

Maryland Terrapins beat Tennessee Lady Volunteers 58-48 to return to Final Four - ESPN
The Terps earned a back-to-back trip to the Final Four after a 58-48 win over Tennessee on Monday. All four No. 1 seeds are headed to Tampa.

Maryland women in Final Four - The Washington Post
The Terrapins pulled away late to beat Tennessee, 58-48, and advance to their second straight Final Four to play Connecticut.

Four No. 1 seeds in the women's Final Four
Three of last year's Final Four teams return. It's only the third time in history that all of the No. 1 seeds made the Final Four. UConn will be going for the three-peat and Geno Auriemma will be looking to tie John Wooden's record of 10 national titles.

Maryland tops Tennessee, moves on to second consecutive Final Four " Big Ten Network
The Terrapins, winners of 28 straight games, took down Tennessee, 58-48, on Monday night and will play No. 1 overall seed UConn in the national semifinals on Sunday.

Maryland knocks off Tennessee 58-48 in regional final
Maryland faces No. 1 overall seed UConn in the Final Four on Sunday for the chance to return to the national title game for the first time since 2006.

Maryland women's basketball tops Tennessee, advances to Final Four - The Diamondback : Sports
The Terps have won a program-record 28 straight games and find themselves in back-to-back Final Fours for the first time in school history.

Maryland Men's Basketball

5-star Terps commit talks championship aspirations on CSN | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore
Diamond Stone says a pick-and-roll with him and Melo would be unstoppable.

Diamond Stone: "We're Going to be Hard to Stop"
Stone said there is no chance of him backing out of his commitment to Maryland, even if Wisconsin wins the national title.

Maryland Men's and Women's Lacrosse

Maryland men's and women's lacrosse continue accumulating B1G Awards - Testudo Times
In the men's bracket, the Terrapins picked up one solo and one shared award. On the women's side, the Terps made a deeper run adding two solo and one shared award.

Maryland's Casey Ikeda, Kyle Bernlohr earn Big Ten lacrosse honors - The Diamondback : Sports
Terrapins men’s lacrosse defender Casey Ikeda has been named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week and goalkeeper Kyle Bernlohr has earned conference co-Specialist of the Week after the duo led the No. 3 Terps to victories over Robert Morris on Tuesday and Michigan on Sunday, both 13-4 wins.