With a spot in the Elite Eight on the line, No. 2 seed Maryland women’s basketball aims to push past No. 6 seed Texas in the Sweet 16 on Sunday night.
Maryland’s 100-64 victory over No. 7 seed Alabama Wednesday marked the seventh time that the Terps have scored 100 points this season. Freshman forward Angel Reese led the Terrapins with 19 points with sophomore guard Faith Masonius following closely behind with 16 points. Sophomore guard Ashley Owusu led the team with eight assists.
Maryland and Texas have not faced one another since the second round of the 2014 NCAA Tournament. The Terps won that matchup, 69-64
The action is set to tip at 9 p.m. and will be televised on ESPN.
Maryland: 26-2 (17-1 Big Ten)
Texas: 20-9 (11-7 Big 12)
All-time Series: Maryland leads 4-1
Odds: Maryland -12.5, Over/under 148.5
How to Watch and Listen
Sunday, March 28, 2021, 9 p.m. ET, Alamodome - South Court, San Antonio, Texas
Stream: Watch ESPN
Catch up before the game
- Maryland women’s basketball NCAA Tournament preview: Sweet 16 vs Texas
- Three takeaways from No. 2 seed Maryland women’s basketball’s second round NCAA Tournament win
- Maryland women’s basketball takes down Alabama, 100-64, advances to Sweet Sixteen
- Maryland women’s basketball responds to weight room controversy, “disappointed” with original conditions