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NCAA Tournament game thread: No. 2-seed Maryland women’s basketball vs. No. 15-seed Holy Cross

The Terps open their campaign for a second national championship.

Photo courtesy of Erin Tudryn/Maryland Athletics

No. 2-seed Maryland women’s basketball (25-6) begins its 2023 NCAA Tournament run at home against No. 15-seed Holy Cross (24-8) out of the Patriot League.

Tipoff is set for approximately 2:30 p.m. on ESPNEWS. The winner of this matchup will take on the winner of No. 7-seed Arizona and No. 10-seed West Virginia on Sunday. According to DraftKings Sportsbook, the Terps are 28-point favorites against the Crusaders.

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