College basketball is back and the Maryland women’s basketball team is set to start its season at 11 a.m. with a game against Longwood. The Terps are returning the majority of their team from last season which was the No. 1 scoring offense in the country.
Junior guards Ashley Owusu and Diamond Miller along with graduate guard Katie Benzan and foward/guard Chloe Bibby were named to watchlists for their respective positions ahead of the season. Owusu and Miller were also named to the Preseason All-Big Ten Team and the Terps were picked by the conference head coaches and media to win the league.
As always, this is your space for thoughts, observations or whatever you would like to share, but be respectful.
Catch up before the game
- No. 4 Maryland women’s basketball vs. Longwood preview
- The 2021-22 No. 4 Maryland women’s basketball season preview
- Ashley Owusu, Diamond Miller bring gold medal pedigree to Maryland women’s basketball in year three
- No. 4 Maryland women’s basketball cruises past Georgian Court in final exhibition match, 125-33
- Maryland women’s basketball explodes past Fairmont State in exhibition matchup, 120-67
- MM 10.28: Maryland women’s basketball forward Chloe Bibby named to Cheryl Miller Award watch list
- Maryland women’s basketball earns a wealth of preseason honors
- MM 10.22: Maryland women’s basketball’s Angel Reese named to Baltimore Sun’s 25 Women to Watch 2021
- Maryland women’s basketball lands at No. 4 in the AP Top 25 Preseason Poll
- MM 9.30: Maryland women’s basketball’s Brenda Frese inducted into The Washington D.C. Metro Basketball Hall of Fame
- Brenda Frese, Maryland agree to six-year extension