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MM 7.15: 4-star guard Mila Reynolds commits to Maryland women’s basketball

This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.


Maryland women’s basketball has officially begun building its 2022 recruiting class, with four-star guard Mila Reynolds announcing her commitment on Wednesday.

Reynolds, a 6’2 guard out of South Bend, Indiana, is currently ranked by ESPN as the No. 6 guard and No. 41 overall recruit in the 2022 class. Averaging 19.8 points and 10.3 rebounds per game as a sophomore at Washington High School, Reynolds also received offers from Pittsburgh, Virginia Tech, West Virginia, Yale and Penn.

“My love for God, family, and ball have led me to the decision to commit to the University of Maryland and pursue opportunities beyond what I can imagine,” Reynolds wrote on Twitter. “Thank you to Coach Brenda Frese and the UM women’s basketball staff! #GoTerps #FearTheTurtle.”

It has been a rather busy summer recruiting period for head coach Brenda Frese and Maryland women’s hoops, with Reynolds being the fourth player to commit to joining the Terps since April.

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