Monday, March 19, 2012

Maryland Navy

  • COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- When Maryland star Alyssa Thomas showed up for breakfast Saturday looking bleary-eyed, coach Brenda Frese suspected trouble. I asked her how she slept, Frese said. She said, `Not good. I knew she was too amped up.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) Navy hit its stride at just the right time, winning its conference tournament to earn an NCAA tournament bid with a first-round game just down the road from its campus.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • After she graduates from Navy in the spring, shell head to Florida for training. But on Saturday afternoon, Edwards wasnt thinking about what comes next. She was thinking about whats come before.
  • (ESPN)
  • In an effort to shake up the offense against second-seeded Maryland in the opening round of the NCAA womens tournament, Navy coach Stefanie Pemper went deep into her playbook.
  • (Daily Press)
  • (Sacramento Bee)
  • COLLEGE PARK -- Alyssa Thomas was the best player on her home floor, a big reason why second-seeded Maryland was able to get past in-state foe Navy.
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  • As Frese feared, Thomas struggled in the first half against 15th-seeded Navy in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament. So Frese instructed Thomas at halftime to settle down, and the small forward did exactly as told in helping Maryland pull away to a 59-44 victory.
  • (Register-Guard)
  • We knew the first four minutes of the second half would be crucial, but so did Maryland when they came out running on our missed shots.
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  • COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Maryland's opening game in the NCAA women's tournament will have a decidedly local feel. As the second seed in the Raleigh region, the Terrapins (28-4) will begin the tournament at home against in-state foe Navy on Saturday.
  • (Washington Post)

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