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MM 6.7: Maryland women’s basketball stars Ashley Owusu and Diamond Miller named to AmeriCup roster

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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 will have two players from the team representing Team USA in the AmeriCup tournament.

Rising junior guards Ashley Owusu and Diamond Miller were among the players selected by South Carolina women’s basketball head coach Dawn Stanley.

Both Miller and Owusu are coming off of stellar seasons for the Terps. They were named co-Big Ten Tournament Most Outstanding Players after capturing the team’s fifth conference title.

Owusu was a unanimous first-team All-Big Ten selection and Third Team All-America selections from the Associated Press and the United States Basketball Writers Association. Miller has competed for Team USA in the past and won two gold medals with the U-19 and U-16 squads at the FIBA World Cup.

Maryland, NC State, and South Carolina are the only schools that have two players from their respective schools on the squad.

The AmeriCup tournament will be played be from June 11-19 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

In other news

Maryland football officially opened the Jones-Hill House and Wes got an inside look at the new building.

Maryland men’s lacrosse Jared Bernhardt became the second Terp to win the Tewaaraton Award.

Maryland men’s basketball has reportedly hired Bruce Shingler as an assistant coach. Shingler will be replacing Bino Ranson who recently took a job at DePaul.

Maryland baseball was able to stave off elimination Sunday afternoon with a 2-1 win over Charlotte, but its season came to an end in the evening with a 9-6 loss to East Carolina.

Hare are some of the best photos from the Jones Hill House unveiling.

Maryland men’s basketball’s new players have arrived in College Park.

Maryland men’s lacrosse attacker Jared Bernhardt’s family and friends were able to celebrate with him after winning the Tewaaraton Award.

Former Maryland goalkeeper Zack Steffen helped lead the United States to the Concacaf Nations League title, putting in 69 minutes of work before suffering an injury.

Former Maryland men’s soccer goalie Dayne St. Clair made his first appearance with the Canadian National team.