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MM 3.1: Maryland women’s basketball officially projected as No. 2 seed by NCAA

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

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If the Maryland women’s basketball season ended today, head coach Brenda Frese’s squad would be 2-seed in the NCAA Tournament. The rankings released by the NCAA yesterday have Maryland as the No. 6 overall seed.

Before the COVID-19 pandemic canceled last year’s tournament, the Terps were a projected 1-seed.

After losing all five of their starters from last year’s squad, the Terps haven’t missed a beat as they currently are first in the nation in scoring and three-point field goal percentage.

With only two games left in the regular season and the Big Ten tournament right after, there is still a chance the team can become a 1-seed.

In Other News

Maryland men’s basketball is riding a five-game winning streak after beating Michigan State yesterday.

Morgan recapped the victory.

Maryland women’s basketball picked up its eighth straight win yesterday at Northwestern.

Maryland women’s lacrosse won both of their games against Michigan this weekend and improved to 2-1 on the year. Joe recapped Sunday’s win here.

Maryland men’s lacrosse remains undefeated after taking down Penn State, 13-7, on Friday.

Maryland men’s soccer record dropped to 0-2 for the first time since 1992.

Maryland women’s soccer is still searching for their first win after falling to Northwestern yesterday.

The Terps continue to impress on their five-game winning streak, and the nation is taking notice.

Here’s what the men’s basketball Big Ten tournament bracket would look like if the season ended today.

Maryland football reminisced on its win at Penn State this past season.

Maryland baseball is ready and excited to open up its season next week.

Maryland men’s lacrosse attacker Jared Bernhardt joined some elite company Friday night.

Maryland Track & Field shot putter Angel Nkwonta broke the schools’ record at the Big Ten championship.