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MM 11.9: Chloe Bibby eligible for upcoming Maryland women’s basketball season

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

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Maryland women’s basketball transfer Chloe Bibby has been granted immediate eligibility for the 2020-21 season, the team announced Sunday.

Ahead of the Terps doing a live practice for fans in the morning, head coach Brenda Frese took a moment to let everyone in on the news, resulting in a mobbing of Bibby by her teammates.

The forward started in every game for the Bulldogs last season, averaging 11.9 points and 4.1 boards before suffering an ACL tear. She also brings postseason experience as a member of Mississippi State’s 2018 team that played in the National Championship.

Maryland’s women’s basketball will celebrate its 50th season in 2020-21, which opens with three games at the Gulf Coast Showcase Thanksgiving weekend in Estero, Florida.

In Other News

Maryland football shocked the college football world with a 35-19 takedown against Penn State on Saturday.

Henry wrote a recap of Maryland football’s dominant win over Penn State.

Maryland football tweeted a compilation of every touchdown they scored Saturday.

Here’s how the team celebrated the win.

Head coach Mike Locksley tweeted out a GIF he typically uses to celebrate a commitment, although who it is remains a mystery.

Maryland football received votes in both the USA Today Coaches Poll and AP Poll.

Maryland men’s basketball gave an update on alum Melo Trimble’s career overseas.

Maryland women’s basketball is getting ready for a historic season.

Maryland baseball shared some shots from practice.

A trio of former Terps scored during Major League Soccer’s Decision Day, during which teams compete for a spot in the playoff tournament.