No. 6 Maryland women’s basketball’s forward/guard Angel Reese is leading the entire country in offensive rebounds per game as of Dec. 29. The talented sophomore is averaging a stellar 5.2 offensive rebounds per contest through 13 games so far this season for head coach Brenda Frese’s program.
Reese is in the midst of a strong season for a Maryland team that has jumped out to a 10-3 start with all three of those losses coming against top-10 opponents. The Baltimore, Maryland native leads the team in points (18.1) and rebounds per game (10.5) in just her second season at Maryland.
She’s averaging a double-double, along with accumulating the most steals on the roster with 24 and tying the team-high for blocks with eight. Reese averages around 25 minutes per game.
Maryland had its game on Dec. 30 against Illinois that was postponed and now it’ll look forward to facing No. 8 Indiana on Jan. 2. The Terps haven’t played since Dec. 21.
In other news
Listen to the latest edition of the Testudo Times Podcast for updates on Maryland football and men’s basketball.
Dylan Spilko shared his three takeaways from Maryland football’s Pinstripe Bowl win over Virginia Tech.
Maryland men’s basketball picked up its third consecutive win with a victory over Brown.
Quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa continued to engrain his name into the program record books during the Pinstripe Bowl.
The T in Taulia is for Touchdowns.@tauliaa12 tied the Maryland single season passing touchdowns record with 26 this year! pic.twitter.com/1ivdpOP0qi— Maryland Football (@TerpsFootball) December 30, 2021
Maryland field hockey shared some more information about sophomore forward Margot Lawn.
Get to know Margot Lawn ⬇️ #FTT x #BestOfTheBest pic.twitter.com/QPsuOFod4x— Maryland Field Hockey (@TerpsFH) December 30, 2021
Maryland women’s lacrosse shared the No. 2 goal of the 2021 season.
— Maryland Women's Lacrosse (@MarylandWLax) December 30, 2021
2️⃣: There were A LOT of Hannah Leubecker goals this year but this spin move topped them all pic.twitter.com/OXz6nIRb5F
Maryland wrestling is excited to carry its momentum into 2022.
Finished 2021 on a roll.— Maryland Wrestling (@TerpsWrestling) December 30, 2021
Ready to keep it going in the New Year.#TurtlePower pic.twitter.com/ES4UoIxQWb