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M.M. 5.27.15: Terps lose key component

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Star PG Lexie Brown to transfer from Maryland in order to be closer to home.

Lexie Brown
Lexie Brown
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Women's Basketball:

Terps Star Lexie Brown to Transfer
Brown, a 5-foot-9 sophomore, was a first-team all-Big Ten selection and third-team all-American last season, when she averaged 13.3 points and led the Terps in steals and assists. With leading scorer Laurin Mincy graduating from Maryland's Final Four team, Brown was expected to be the face of Brenda Frese's 2015-2016 squad.

Terps All-American, daughter of former NBA guard to transfer | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore
A native of Georgia, Brown said in a release that a desire to finish out her college career closer to home was a motivating factor in her decision to transfer.

Lexie Brown to transfer out of Maryland women’s basketball program - The Washington Post
Brown is extremely close with her family, and the logistical challenges for her mother and siblings to attend games grew all the more complicated last season when Maryland joined the Big Ten.

Junior guard Lexie Brown transferring from Maryland " Big Ten Network
"I want to thank Coach Frese, the staff and my teammates for two great seasons at the University of Maryland," Brown said. "After talking with my family, I thought it was in my best interest to continue my education and pursue playing basketball at a university closer to my home.

Dez Wells Updates:

Dez Wells Continues NBA Workout Tour with the Lakers
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Dez Wells has worked out for at least 2 NBA teams | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore
Former Maryland guard Dez Wells worked out for the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday in El Segundo, Calif., one of six players who took part in the event.

Football:

Maryland Football: Five Terps Poised to Break Out
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Tuesday marked 100 days until the college football season officially kicks off.

Baseball:

Big Ten baseball coaches react to NCAA tournament berths " Big Ten Network
A Big Ten-record five teams made the 2015 NCAA Baseball Tournament, it was announced Monday afternoon.

Tuesday Recap: Terps meet the media and Coach Turgeon, practice for the final time in College Park | Maryland Baseball Network
The Terps took part in their final full practice in College Park Tuesday, practicing for two hours at Shipley Field. The team will have a brief workout before flying to Los Angeles on Wednesday, where they will complete their preparation for this weekend’s regional.