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MM 5.7: Maryland women’s basketball’s Tai Kozlova to attend Russian U20 Team trials

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

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Maryland women’s basketball freshman guard Tai Kozlova will attend the Russian Basketball Federation’s U20 Team trails next week.

Kozlova was a late addition to the Terps’ incoming 2020 class ahead of last season and proved to be a strong find for head coach Brenda Frese and her staff.

As a freshman, Kozlova saw action in 20 games, scoring 2.3 points per game while shooting 43.2% from the floor, 45% from three-point range and going a perfect 4-for-4 from the free-throw line.

Maryland women’s basketball has flexed its muscle of young international talent in the past few weeks, with sophomore guards Ashley Owusu and Diamond Miller making the USA Basketball AmeriCup roster and freshman forward Angel Reese accepting an invitation to the U19 World Cup trials.

In other news

No. 1 seed Maryland men’s lacrosse defeated No. 5 seed Michigan to advance to the Big Ten championship.

Daniel previewed Maryland baseball’s weekend series against Illinois.

Matt, Lauren and Dylan talked about what’s ahead for Maryland men’s and women’s lacrosse along with Maryland baseball’s late-season success on the latest edition of the Testudo Times Podcast.

Maryland men’s lacrosse will face Johns Hopkins for the third time this season in the conference title game.

Maryland women’s lacrosse answered fan questions on the latest edition of The Vlog.

Maryland field hockey announced five former players who are off to Europe to play in the Hockey Pro League.

Maryland men’s basketball was back on the court on Thursday.

Maryland baseball traveled to Illinois in style.

Maryland softball had a schedule change update.