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Maryland Lady Terps Womens Basketball Tickets
Conference: Big Ten
Arena: Xfinity Center
Location: College Park, Maryland
Head Coach: Brenda Frese
Maryland Lady Terps Women's Basketball TicketsThe Lady Terps of the University of Maryland represent their school in Division I NCAA basketball play. Maryland is a founding member of the Atlantic Coast Conference but left the school for the Big Ten conference in 2014. The Lady Terps have earned a spot in the Final Four round of the NCAA Tournament five times. The team won their first NCAA Tournament Championship in 2006. At the conference level, the Lady Terps finished as the regular-season champions of the ACC five times. The 10 tournament championships the team won as a member of the ACC is a conference record. It did not take the Lady Terps long to find success in their present conference, as the team was both the regular season and tournament champion in 2015. The team extended their dual conference championship streak to three when they duplicated the feat in both 2016 and 2017. You can buy Maryland Lady Terps Womens Basketball tickets at StubHub.
Where can I see a Maryland Lady Terps basketball game?The Lady Terps of Maryland play their home games at the Xfinity Center in College Park, Maryland. The Arena was opened to both the team and fans in 2002 and provides a place for nearly 18,000 Lady Terps fans to watch their favorite college basketball team. The Xfinity Center has consistently scored high marks for attendance since the Lady Terps began competing in the Big Ten.
When can I see a Maryland Terps basketball game?The Lady Terps of Maryland University began their 2019-2020 season on November 5th in a home game against the Wagner Seahawks. The Lady Terps end their season on March 1st against the Minnesota Gophers. The Big Ten tournament begins four days later on March 4th.
What players will I see at a Maryland Lady Terps basketball game?All five starters for the Maryland Terrapins women's basketball team will return from a year ago. Kaila Charles is the team's best player and is one of the best basketball players in the NCAA. Charles averaged 17 points and 6.7 rebounds per game last season. She also shot nearly 50% from the field. Taylor Mikesell is the best three-point shooter on the team and made 41.1 percent of the shots she took from beyond the arc. Stephanie Jones scored 12.8 points and grabbed six rebounds per game over the 2018-2019 season. Jones also shot 59 percent from the field. Shakira Austin led the Lady Terps in both blocks and rebounds a year ago.
Who is the coach of the Maryland Lady Terps basketball team?The 2002 National Coach of the Year Award given to Brenda Frese meant that expectations would be at an all-time high when she accepted the job as head coach of the Maryland Lady Terps. The 2002-2003 season was the first year at the helm for Frese and resulted in a 10-win season for the Lady Terps. By 2006, the turnaround was complete and the Maryland Lady Terps were NCAA Champions. The team has logged 15 consecutive 20-win seasons and won 30 games seven times with Frese at the helm.
What Lady Terps players have been honored by University of Maryland?Marissa Coleman scored more than 2,000 points and reached benchmarks of 1,000 and 400 for rebounds and assists respectively while playing for the Lady Terps. Coleman also recorded 100 blocks and 200 steals while playing for the University of Maryland. Coleman is the first player in ACC history to reach all five of these marks in a career. Vicky Bullett averaged 16.9 points and 5.8 rebounds per game while a player for the University of Maryland. By the time she was finished in College Park, Bullett was one of the most decorated college basketball players in the school's history. Bullett was a member of three Maryland teams that earned ACC Championships. In 1989, she won both ACC Tournament MVP and ACC Player of the Year honors. The 2,356 points and 1,235 rebounds Alyssa Thomas logged as a basketball player at the University of Maryland are best-ever numbers for both the men's and women's programs. Get the Maryland Lady Terps women's basketball schedule at StubHub and see some excellent women's college basketball.
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