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MM 9.28: Former Terps continue WNBA Playoff competition

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

Minnesota Lynx v Seattle Storm -Game One Photo by Ned Dishman/NBAE via Getty Images

The 2020 WNBA Semifinals continued for several former Terps Sunday afternoon.

Maryland alumnus Crystal Langhorne was a healthy scratch for the third consecutive contest, but the 33-year-old is on her way toward winning her second professional WNBA title with the Seattle Storm. The Storm officially advanced to its fourth WNBA Finals after completing a sweep of the Minnesota Lynx, 92-71. Breonna Stewart led the way with a playoff career-high 31 points, which also tied a franchise playoff record, while Sue Bird added 16 points and nine assists

The Connecticut Sun, complete with its trio of Terps, fell to the Las Vegas Aces 84-75 in Game 4 of their series, as Angel McCoughtry’s 29 points were enough to force the series-deciding Game 5. Alyssa Thomas and Brionna Jones scored 15 points and 10 points for the Sun, respectively, while rookie Kaila Charles registered just a single assist in the 4:30 she was on the floor.

Game 5 takes place on Tuesday, with the winner advancing to face Seattle in the WNBA Finals.

In other news

Maryland basketball picked up its first 2022 commitment, landing four-star Bishop O’Connell product Paul Lewis.

Maryland football also added a class of 2022 commitment, with local three-star linebacker Kellan Wyatt announcing his pledge.

Stefon Diggs was in the endzone again this Sunday, catching his second touchdown pass in two games.

Maryland football receiver Jeshaun Jones continues to make highlight plays in camp this year.

The quarterback room is putting in the work on the field ahead of the 2020 season.

Maryland men’s basketball guard Eric Ayala sat down with Andy Katz to discuss the departure of Anthony Cowan Jr. and how the team plans to replace his presence on and off the floor.

Maryland men’s basketball wished freshman guard Aquan Smart a happy birthday.

Former Terp guard Greivis Vasquez shared his all-time Maryland starting five.

Maryland baseball is back a practice and taking swings at The Bob.