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MM 3.2: Maryland women’s basketball’s Diamond Miller named to Big Ten Player of the Week honor roll

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

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Maryland women’s basketball sophomore guard Diamond Miller was one of the players named to the Big Ten conferences’ weekly honor roll Monday. This is the second time the Somerset, New Jersey native has received the award this year.

This past week, Miller averaged 20 points, 6.0 rebounds, 2.7 assists, and shot 54.5% from the floor in the team’s three wins. Her play was crucial to the Terps’ most recent win over Northwestern, as she finished with 17 points and 10 rebounds to aid a weaker performance by the team.

She has taken a big jump from her freshman to sophomore season, nearly doubling every statistical category.

The Terps’ next showing will be a makeup game in Ann Arbor, Michigan against Michigan on Thursday at Noon. The game will air on Big Ten Network.

In Other News

Maryland football picked up a commitment from three-star quarterback AJ Swann.

Maryland men’s basketball received votes in the latest AP poll.

Lila gave her three takeaways from the team’s win against Michigan State.

ESPN’s College GameDay came to College Park one year ago. Let’s look back at what happened during the show.

Dylan gave his three takeaways from the women’s basketball win against Northwestern.

Maryland field hockey went 1-1 down in Virginia Beach this past weekend.

Maryland softball opened its season at a tournament in Florida and finished 3-3.

Former Maryland football running back Jake Funk got some high praise from NFL draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr.

Former Maryland men’s basketball point guard Anthony Cowan Jr. is performing well in the NBA G-League.

Maryland women’s basketball stayed at No. 8 in the most recent AP Top 25 poll despite an impressive week of wins.

Former Maryland men’s soccer player Eryk Williamson will look to make the U.S national team in time for Olympic qualifiers.

Maryland men’s lacrosse defenders have been strong in the first two games of the season.

Maryland women’s lacrosse praised its goal-scorers this past weekend.