Under head coach Brenda Frese, No. 8 Maryland women’s basketball is in the midst of another successful season. It is anchored by the strong duo of Diamond Miller and Shyanne Sellers. Both players were recently named to watch lists for the best player at their position in the country.
Senior Diamond Miller was put on the watch list for the Ann Meyers Drysdale Award for the nation’s best shooting guard. Miller ranks third in the Big Ten in scoring, averaging 18.6 points and 6.2 rebounds per game. Her signature moment of the season was a clutch buzzer-beater on the road to defeat Notre Dame.
Sellers, a sophomore, earned a place on the Cheryl Miller Award watch list, given to the nation’s best small forward. Sellers has been a consistent all-around contributor for the Terps this year, putting up 14.8 points, 5.2 rebounds, 2.9 assists and 1.7 steals per game on the season.
In other news
Sam Oshtry published his takeaways from Maryland men’s basketball’s victory over No. 21 Indiana.
Andrew Chodes previewed No. 8 Maryland women’s basketball’s massive matchup at No. 6 Iowa tonight.
Maryland football added four-star linebacker Michael Harris on national signing day.
Terps women’s lacrosse was named the preseason favorite in the Big Ten.
Maryland athletics celebrated the beginning of Black History Month.
Maryland athletics also celebrated National Girls and Women in Sports Day.
Former Maryland women’s basketball guards Kristi Toliver and Shatori Walker-Kimbrough signed with the Washington Mystics.
Maryland wrestling updated its team rankings heading into the weekend.
Reigning national champion Maryland men’s lacrosse opens its season on Saturday. Catch up with Colin McNamara’s season preview.
February means it's officially lacrosse season. See you Saturday! #BeTheBest— Maryland Lacrosse (@TerpsMLax) February 1, 2023
Maryland men’s basketball guard Jahmir Young is getting national attention for his dominant play.