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MM 3.10: Maryland women’s basketball climbs to No. 4 in latest AP Top 25

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


Maryland women’s basketball is back in the top-five of the AP Top 25.

After winning the Big Ten tournament Sunday, the Terps moved up to No. 4 in the latest poll released Monday.

Brenda Frese’s squad jumped UConn and Louisville for its highest ranking since the preseason poll was released.

With a championship to its name, Maryland has plenty of time to rest, recover and prepare for the NCAA Tournament. The women’s selection show is set for March 16 at 7 p.m. ET, and first round will get underway on March 20.

The Terps are currently projected as a No. 1 seed in the Fort Wayne region, meaning they would host the first two games of the tournament in College Park.

In other news

Head coach Mark Turgeon and his team finally lost the ‘1000-pound gorilla’ off their back after winning a share of the Big Ten title.

No. 12 Maryland men’s basketball had four Terps — Darryl Morsell, Anthony Cowan Jr, Jalen Smith and Aaron Wiggins — take home Big Ten yearly honors.

Despite the big victory, the Terps moved down to No. 12 in the latest AP Top 25 released Monday.

Check out Sarah’s photo gallery from the title-clinching victory.

Maryland wrestling had a rough weekend at the Big Ten Championships. Check out Logan’s recap.

Maryland softball had a big weekend at the Panther Invitational, finishing 4-1. Check out Grace’s weekend recap.

Relive Maryland men’s basketball’s win over then-No. 25 Michigan.

Former Terp Bruno Fernando and Jalen Smith reunited as Maryland men’s basketball won a share of the Big Ten regular season title.

The Terps’ 2016 class had a reunion of its own.

Anthony Cowan Jr. moved to the top of another all-time list in Sunday’s victory.

Maryland women’s basketball’s seniors helped lead the team to win the Big Ten tournament.

Hear what the Terps had to say after the big win.

It’s fair to say Brenda Frese’s squad has dominated the Big Ten.

Check out some highlights from Maryland men’s lacrosse’s win over the weekend.

The Terps had a special visitor there.

She might not be in college anymore, but Megan Taylor is still up for awards.

Maryland baseball’s offense was on fire this weekend.

Maryland softball’s Trinity Schlotterbeck earned some recognition from the Big Ten Monday.